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Title
Report of the Select Committee organized to negotiate the sale of Market Square to the County of Santa Clara as a site for the erection of county buildings
Creator
San Jose (Calif.) Common Council
Date Created and/or Issued
1850/10/21
Contributing Institution
History San Jose Research Library
Collection
History San Jose Online Catalog
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Description
Report of the Select Committee organized to negotiate the sale of Market Square to the County of Santa Clara as a site for the erection of county buildings. J. W. Redmond acting on behalf of the County. If City gives to him fee simple deed to Market Square and the State House and lot, the County will keep bounded streets at eighty-five feet, continue San Antonio Street through the Square, pay to build a jail and to repair the State House. The County will allow the City to use the jail until it builds its own. County will pay debt and interest due upon the State House. J. W. Redmond. Also includes indenture between city of San Jose and County of Santa Clara for transfer of land for court house and other county buildings, rejected by Judge Redman
Identifier
BAF924D9-F34F-497B-B832-629683742080
1976-176-344
Subject
San Jose (Calif.)--City planning
San Jose (Calif.)--Streets
San Jose (Calif.)--Jail
Market Square--San Jose
Santa Clara County (Calif.)--Court House
Santa Clara County (Calif.)--Buildings, structures, etc.--Exhibitions
California--Politics and government--1846-1850
California--Politics and government--1850-1950
Redman, J. W

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