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Signature of Juan de Jesus Osio, 1836
Jesus Osio, Juan de
Date Created and/or Issued
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University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Los Angeles City Archives, 1836-1872
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Los Angeles City Records Center and Archives, C. Erwin Piper Technical Center
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Signature of Juan de Jesus Osio from Petition of Matilda Cota for grant of agricultural land, 1836 (laarc-m36).
signatures (names)
laarc-m105 [Legacy record ID]
Jesus Osio, Juan de
Los Angeles City Records Center and Archives [Contributing entity]
isla id: L-36; laarc-m36 [Identifier]
Los Angeles City Archives
Untitled Records Series. Volume 1, 1833-1846

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