Alice Wolfskill (Barrows) Weyse was the granddaughter of William Wolfskill, a Southern California pioneer, and the daughter
of Juanita Wolfskill Barrows and Henry D. Barrows. Henry Dwight Barrows arrived in Los Angeles, California in 1854. He was
a teacher, County School Superintendent, U.S. Marshal (1861) and businessman. The collection consists primarily of letters
from relatives and friends to Alice W.B. Weyse.
Weyse was the granddaughter of William Wolfskill, Southern California pioneer; she was the daughter of Juanita Wolfskill Barrows
and Henry D. Barrows; married to Henry Guenther Weyse.
2 boxes (1.0 linear ft.)
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