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Map of the San Pasqual Plantation : also showing portion of Los Angeles County, California
Baker, Geo. H. (George Holbrook), 1827-1906
Baker, Geo. H. (George Holbrook), 1827-1906
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Huntington Library
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Note included in folder with map states, "This map of the San Pasqual Plantation was enclosed in a letter which J. W. North wrote to his wife from Los Angeles, July 22, 1870. It was photostated by the County Surveyor's office of Los Angeles County in July of 1943. That office had a similar map of the 'H. G. Monk Tract' which was platted in 1883. Mary H. Shepard." The back of the note reveals her address as 469 Miles St., Pasadena 5. An MS note indicates a positive photo is in with the North letter in the MS. Dept., and a negative copy in the Photo Dept. Description for sales. MS note: 255611 MS additional property lines. Stamp for R. M. Widnet, Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, Los Angeles, Cal.. Relief: hachures. Projection: Plane. Printing Process: Lithography.
1 map ; 34 x 45 cm., sheet 41 x 58 cm.
Los Angeles County (Calif.)--Maps
Rancho San Pascual (Calif.)--Maps
San Pascual Plantation--Maps
Time Period
North America
United States
Los Angeles (County)
San Gabriel Valley
W 118°/N 34° approx.
Huntington Rare Book Maps
Maps, Huntington Digital Library

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