California Lettersheets from the Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material, 1850-1869

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The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
1997

California Lettersheets from the Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material, 1850-1869

BANC PIC 1963.002:1-194

The Bancroft Library



University of California

Berkeley, California 1997
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Collection Summary

Collection Title: California Lettersheets from the Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material,
Date: 1850-1869
Collection Number: BANC PIC 1963.002:1-194
Collector: Honeyman, Robert B.
Extent: 194 lettersheets; various sizes 192 digital objects
Repository: The Bancroft Library. University of California, Berkeley.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Restricted originals. Use viewing prints only, available at Reference Desk. Use of originals only by permission of the Curator of Pictorial Collections, The Bancroft Library.

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Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish photographs must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Pictorial Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Copyright restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], California Lettersheets from the Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material, 1850-1869, BANC PIC 1963.002:1-194, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Digital Representations Available

Digital representations of selected original pictorial materials are available in the list of materials below. Digital image files were prepared from selected Library originals by the Library Photographic Service. Library originals were copied onto 35mm color transparency film; the film was scanned and transferred to Kodak Photo CD (by Custom Process); and the Photo CD files were color-corrected and saved in JFIF (JPEG) format for use as viewing files.

Related Collections

Title: California Lettersheets,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 19xx.097--A
Title: California Pictorial Lettersheets from the Collection of Henry H. Clifford,
Identifier/Call Number: BANC PIC 1995.016--B

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. collection was purchased in 1964.

Background

The Robert B. Honeyman Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material comprises more than 2000 items assembled by this private collector through the early 1960s. Honeyman and his agents (notably Warren Howell of John Howell Books in San Francisco) assembled the collection which was housed for years in a private museum at Honeyman's Rancho Los Cerritos near Mission San Juan Capistrano. The collection was purchased by The Bancroft Library in 1964. Honeyman's collection primarily emphasizes the pictorial interpretation of the West, but also includes a variety of printed materials, ephemera, and manuscript material. Pictorial material includes fine oil paintings, watercolors, drawings, lithographs, engravings, etchings, maps, charts, lettersheets, and other formats. All illustrate early California and the Old West, the majority dating before 1900.
The collection includes the earliest surviving drawings of any scene in California done during the visits of Alejandro Malaspina's expedition in 1791 and 1792. Other early voyages and explorations of California include Captain Vancouver's expedition in 1792 or 1794, Nikolai Rezanov's expedition in 1806, and Otto von Kotezebue's expedition in 1816.
Many well-known painters of the West are represented in the collection, as noted by Susana Bryant Dakin in a brochure produced by The Friends of The Bancroft Library in 1963 to aid in fundraising for the purchase of the collection:
Well-known painters of the West... are represented by oils and watercolors and drawings in the collection. Charles Christian Nahl may be considered the most important resident artist of the early American period in California history. Besides a sketch-book, dated 1853 and 1854, Mr. Honeyman managed to acquire five Nahl oils, including the beautiful and exciting Incident on the Chagres River. A watercolor by Charles Russell, The War Party, is small but prime quality. Alexander Edouart's Blessing of the Enrequita Mine, New Almaden, in the Year 1859 is a superb documentary of an important mining activity. There is a magnificent oil painting of Mokelumne Hill by A. D. O. Browere; and impressive scenes by the French artist E. E. Narjot de Francheville, an early arrival on the West Coast, attracted by news of gold.
On and on--the viewer becomes entranced by the brushwork and romantic concepts, no less than literal renderings of the primitive scene, by such as Albert Bierstadt, Augusto Ferran, Alfred Jacob Miller, Jules Tavernier, William B. McMurtrie, Charles Wimar, Joseph Lee, Thomas Hill, William Keith--along with others who attracted public attention for the first time in a Honeyman exhibition...
Much of the artwork is described in Joseph Armstrong Baird's Catalogue of Original Paintings, Drawings, and Watercolors in the Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection (1968). Books in the collection have been cataloged by the library in the call number range F591.H72.A--Z. Manuscript materials have been cataloged and classified separately with the provenance noted and traced (under the catalog entry, Honeyman, Robert B.; Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection).
(Sources: Dakin, Susana Bryant. The Honeyman Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material : a Project of The Friends of the Bancroft Library . Berkeley, Calif. : The Bancroft Library, 1963.
Mills, Paul. "Collection of Robert B. Honeyman, Jr." In California Pictorial 1800-1900; an Exhibition of Two Parts: the Collection of Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. and Paintings by William Keith . Santa Barbara, Calif. : Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1962.)

Scope and Content

This portion of the Robert B. Honeyman collection consists of 194 pictorial lettersheets produced between the years 1850 and 1869, the bulk dating from the 1850s. A variety of places, events, and topics are depicted. City and landscapes, Gold Rush scenes, and events of the day (fires, hangings, executions, etc.) are most commonly pictured. Scenes and events in San Francisco predominate. Other places featured include Sacramento, Marysville, Sutter's Mill, Yreka, and other California towns. The medium of the bulk of the illustrations are wood engravings or lithographs, featuring the work of the likes of Britton & Rey, the Nahl Brothers, George Baker, Kuchel & Dresel, and others.

Arrangement Note

 

The entries in the container listing are similar in format to those in Joseph Armstrong Baird Jr.'s California's Pictorial Letter Sheets, 1849-1869 (San Francisco, David Magee, 1967). Baird is an excellent source for additional information about many (but not all) individual lettersheets in the collection. The format is:

 

Item number--Shelving location Title

Place of publication* : Publisher/Artist and/or Seller, Date of issue or copyright

Physical description (Process; size in cm.**)

Other information (Contents, variations of issue, etc.)

 

*"[N.p.]" meaning "no place of publication" is often used in the container listing.

 

**Measurements followed by annotation "[overall]" refer to dimensions of entire lettersheet; otherwise, measurements refer to illustrations only.

 

Example:

 

1963.002:1--B Assassination of James King of Wm. By James P. Casey. San Francisco, May 14th, 1856.

San Francisco : Britton & Rey, 1856.

4 lithographs; 12 x 17 cm. each

Four illustrations. Down left to right: Assassination, Funeral of Js. King, Surrender of the Jail, Execution. An account of the shooting and execution is printed center.

Container Listing

 

:1--B Assassination of James King of Wm. By James P. Casey. San Francisco, May 14th, 1856.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey, 1856.

4 lithographs, 12 x 17 cm. each

Down left to right: Assassination, Funeral of Js. King, Surrender of the Jail, Execution. An account of the shooting and execution is printed center.

 

:2--B Execution of James P. Casey and Charles Cora, By The Vigilance Committee, of San Francisco, on Thursday, May 22d, 1856, from the Windows of their Rooms, in Sacramento Street, between Front and Davis Streets.

Huestis. For sale by M. Ullmann, Corner of Sansome and Washington Streets, San Francisco.

4 Wood engravings

Down left to right: Execution of James P. Casey and Charles Cora, By The Vigilance Committee, of San Francisco, on Thursday, May 22d, 1856, from the Windows of their Rooms, in Sacramento Street, between Front and Davis Streets, 10 x 18 cm.; James P. Casey, Charles Cora, Yankee Sullivan, EDW M'Gowan 7 x 19 cm.; Assassination of James King of William 7 x 14 cm.; Surrender of Jas. P. Casey

10 x 19 cm.

 

:3--A Bar Room in the Mines / Long Tom.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 5 x 8 cm.

Top: Bar Room in the Mines

Bottom: Long Tom

2 copies, one on blue wove, one on grey wove

 

:4--A California Mining Illustrated.

Sacramento: Barber & Baker Publishers, 1855

3 Wood engravings

At Left: Dry Diggings, 24 x 6 cm; at Right: Wet Diggings, 24 x 6 cm.; at Lower Center: Quartz Mill, 6 x 9 cm.

 

:5--A California Scenes, Drawn From Life and Engraved Expressly for the "Pacific." California Vaqueros, Returned From The Chase.

H. Eastman Del. [in block, 1.1.]

Anthony & Baker SC [in block, 1.1.]

J. W. Douglass, 1854

Wood engraving; 16 x 17 cm.

 

:6--A The California Water Carrier.

Boyd, S.F. [in block, 1.1.]

San Francisco: T. C. Boyd

Wood engraving; 10 x 13 cm.

 

:7--A Capt. Sutter's account of the first discovery of the Gold; Portait [sic] of Mr. Marshal [sic], Taken From Nature at the Time When He Made the Discovery of Gold In California; View of Sutter's Mill or Place Where the First Gold Has Been Discovered.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey, 1854

Lithograph

 

:8--B The Celebration in San Francisco in Commemoration of the Successful Laying of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable/ Monday, September 27th, 1858.

San Francisco: Sterett & Butler

Wood engraving; 40 x 27 cm. [overall]

Includes 39 illustrations [30 are small seals of the States], and: Cars carrying 120 little girls, uniformly dressed in white, and representing all the States, and principal European Nations, 5 x 17 cm; Rube Aldrich, just arrived, 120 days from St. Jol, Missouri, 6 x 8 cm; Adams with his family of Native Californians 6 x 9 cm; [Firemen] 13 x 20 cm.

 

:9--B Celebration of the 4th of July, in San Francisco, Cal. the 5th of July, 1852.

Lith. of Cooke & Le Count.

Lithograph; 43 x 29 cm.

 

:10--A Celebration of Washington's Birth Day. San Francisco, Feb 23rd 1852.

Lith. & Pub. by Pollard & Britton

Cooke & Le Count

Lithograph; 17 x 25 cm.

 

:11--A Celestial Empire in California; Miners / Gamblers.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm.

 

:12--A Chinese Life!!! Dupont Steel San Francisco, Cal.

Beutler delt.

San Francisco: Fishbourne & Co. Lithographers

Pen lithograph: 16 x 22 cm.

 

:13--A City Hall, San Francisco Cal.

San Francisco: Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 15 x 21 cm.

 

:14--A City of San Francisco

J. Clark [on plate, 1.1.]

Steel engraving; 7 x 17 cm.

 

:15--A [Collier Plate inscribed]: The Merchants of San Francisco to Col. James Collier Late Collector of the Port as a token of their Esteem & Regard Jan. 15th, 1851. [Below]: Manufactured by Jacks & Brothers of San Francisco from California Gold. Weight 28 oz. Cost $1500.

San Francisco: B. F. Butler

2 lithographs: Cup; 22 x 10 cm., Plate; 20 x 26 cm.

 

:16--A Coloma, (Sutter's Mill - printed below area of Sutter's Mill).

Hunter & Co's. Express

Wood engraving; 16 x 31 cm.

 

:17--A Columbia, from the N.E. with Springfield in the distance.

A.A. Hannewell, 1853.

Lithograph; 16 x 22 cm.

 

:18--A Commandments to California Wives.

C.C. Kuchel Del [in upper block, 1.1.]

W.C. Butler, S. F. [in upper and lower blocks, l.4.]

San Francisco: James M. Hutchings, 1855

Wood engraving; 27 x 21 cm.

 

:19--A A Correct View of the Mammoth Tree Grove.

San Francisco: D.A. Plecker, 1855

Pen lithograph; 24 x 19 cm.

 

:20--A A Correct View of Weaverville, Trinity County California.

A. Coquardon del.

[N.p.]: Cram Rogers &

Lithograph Britton & Rey S. Francisco

Lithograph; 20 x 25 cm.

 

:21--A Cosmopolitan [Hotel and Baths] J.C. Smith, Prop. [headed]: Yo Semite [Yosemite] Valley, 187_

Pen lithograph; 9 x 9 cm.

 

:22--A Count Gaston de Raousset Boulbon.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 13 x 14 cm.

 

:23--A Crossing the Plains.

Sacramento: Barker & Baker

Wood engraving; 27 x 21 cm. [overall]

Includes 13 i llustrations: across top: Emigrant Train Passing Wind River Mountains; center, down: Indians Chasing Buffaloes, Scott's Bluffs, First Night on the Plains, Scene on the Desert; across bottom: Driving Stock Across the Plains; down left side: Sioux Indians, Courth House Rock, Chimney Rock, Laramie Peak; down right side: California Indians, Mouth of Ash Hollow, Devil's Gate, Castle Rock.

2 copies

 

:24--A Dame Partington in California.

San Francisco: W. W. Kurtz & Co.

Wood engraving; 12 x 19 cm.

 

:25--A Diagram of the Burnt District [Sacramento, 1852].

Sacramento: Union Office

Wood engraving; 9 x 14 cm.

 

:26--A Digging Gold.

Wood engraving printed in sanguine ink; 12 x 11 cm.

 

:27--A Dividing the Pile / Hard Road to Travel.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 13 x 19 cm.: Dividing the Pile, Hard Road to Travel

2 copies, one on blue wove, one on white wove

 

:28--A East side of Montgomery Street from Jackson Street south.

[San Francisco]: B. F. Butler

Pen lithograph; 7 x 21 cm.

 

:29--A East side of Portsmouth Square [describes all buildings and occupants.]

San Francisco: B. F. Butler

Pen lithograph; 6 x 21 cm.

 

:30--A Escorting Judge Terry, of the Supreme Court, and other prisoners, to the Vigilance Rooms.

San Francisco: Noisey Carrier's Book and Stationary Co.

Wood engraving; 9 x 20 cm.

 

:31--A Execution of Hetherington and Brace / The Murderers of Baldwin, Randall, West and Marion.

July 29th, 1856.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

and Noisey Carier's [sic] Book & Stationary Co.

Lithograph; 20 x 27 cm.

 

:32--A Execution of James P. Casey & Charles Cora, The Vigilance Committee of San Francisco, on Thursday, July 22nd, 1856, from the windows of their rooms, in Sacramento Street, Between Front And Davis.

Huestis (in block l.l.)

For sale at M. Ullmann's

Town Talk Print

Wood engraving; 10 x 18 cm.

 

:33--A Execution of Jose Forner, Dec. 10, 1852 on Russian Hill San Francisco, For The Murder Of Jose Rodrigues [sic]

[San Francisco: Noisey Carrier (stamped)]

Lithograph; 18 x 25 cm.

2 copies, one on grey wove, one on blue wove

 

:34--A Explosion Of The American Eagle on the San Joaquin River 25 Miles below Stockton Oct 1, 1853 / Explosion of the Steamer Stockton on Suisun Bay Oct. 18, 1853.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm.: Explosion of the American Eagle, Explosion of the Steamer Stockton

2 copies, one on blue wove, one on grey wove

 

:35--A Fair Ground of the California State Agricultural Society (Louisiana Race Course) Near Sacramento, Sept. 26th and 27th, 1855.

[N.p.]: Barber & Baker

Wood engraving; 10 x 21 cm.

 

:36--A A Fight With A Grizly [sic]: Surprise & first shot; Getting to Close Quarters; The Death Struggle; The Rescue.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 11 x 13 cm.

2 copies, one on white wove, one on blue wove

 

:37--A Fire in San Francisco In the Night from the 3rd-4th May 1851. Loss $20,000,000.

Lith. Justh & Co. Broadway

Lithograph; 17 x 28 cm.

2 copies: one on grey wove, one on tan wove

 

:38--B The First Trial and Execution in San Francisco on the Night of 10th of June at 2 O'Clock.

San Francisco: Del. after the nature by W.C.K., Pub. & Lith. Justh Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 21 x 27 cm. with letter beneath.

 

:39--A Flume / Elevating Water Wheel.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm. each

2 copies: one on white wove, one on grey wove

 

:40--B Fort Vigilant : Rooms of the Committee Sacramento St. bet. Davis and Front / Mass Meeting : Endorsing the Acts of the Vigilance Committee June 14th.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm. each

Daguerreotype by Vance .

 

:41--PIC [Lacking] Fort Vigilant : Rooms of the Committee Sacramento St. bet. Davis and Front / Mass Meeting : Endorsing the Acts of the Vigilance Committee June 14th.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Noisey Cariers [sic] Book & Stationary Co.

Lithographs

 

:42--A Gambling in the Mines: Monte / Faro.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs: 13 x 19 cm.

2 copies, blue wove

 

:43--PIC Gambling in the Mines: Monte / Faro.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 13 x 19 cm.

Variant of 42: white wove with no. "4." on top right corner.

 

:44--A The Grand Plaza, San Francisco.

San Francisco: Atwill & Co., [1850?]

Moody

B. F. Butler's Lith.

[Says litho, and could be a very fine pen litho.]: 14 x 24 cm.

 

:45--A Grass Valley, Nevada County California.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

R.E. Ogibly [Ogilby] del. Lith. Britton & Rey, San Francisco

Lithograph; 13 x 18 cm.

 

:46--A Great Earthquake in San Francisco, October 8th, 1865: Scene on Bush Street; Wreck of Building S.E. Corner of Third and Mission; Scene on O'Farrell Street.

[San Francisco]: D. E. Appleton & Co.

3 Wood engravings: Scene on Bush Street, 6 x 4 cm.; Wreck of Building S. E. Corner of Third and Mission, 10 x 11 cm.; Scene on O'Farrell Street, 6 x 4 cm.

 

:47--A The Great Earthquake in San Francisco, October 8th, 1865. - No.2

San Francisco: D. E. Appleton & Co.

3 Wood engravings: Bathing-House Scene, 6 x 4 cm.; The above cut represents the building north-west corner of Sacramento and Battery Streets..., 9 x 11 cm.; En Dishabille, 6 x 4 cm.

 

:48--A Great Fire in San Francisco. May 4th, 1850. 400 buildings burned! Loss $5,000,000!

[N.p.]: W. B. Cooke & Co.

Lithograph; 15 x 24 cm.

 

:49--A The Grizzly and his Captors.

San Francisco: Anthony & Baker

Wood engraving; 12 x 19 cm.

 

:50--A Haraszthy, Uznay & Co's. Gold & Silver Refinery, Cor. Brannan & Harris Sts. San Francisco.

San Francisco: Lith. by Kuchel & Dresel, Print by Britton & Rey.

Lithograph; 12 x 19 cm.

 

:51--A Honest Voters Trying to Elect Their Officers in front of the house / Ballot Box Stuffers, Electing Their Men behind the house.

[San Francisco]: Noisey Carriers

2 Lithographs; 13 x 20 cm.

2 copies

 

:52--A How the California Mines are Worked.

San Francisco: Anthony & Baker SC.

Wood engraving; 10 x 19 cm.

3 copies: two on white wove, one on blue wove

 

:53--A Hutching's [sic] California Scenes. The California Indians.

C. Nahl del. [in two blocks, l.r.]

[San Francisco]: Anthony & Baker SC. [in same two blocks, l.l., l.r., l.c.], [1854 ?]

Sun Print

Wood engraving; 27 x 22 cm. [overall]

Includes 8 illustrations: at top: An Indian Fandango; down left: Gathering Acorns, Gathering Seeds, Mode of Traveling; at bottom: Burning their dead; down right: Catching Grasshoppers, Grinding Acorns & c., Cooking Food

3 copies

 

:54--A Hutchings' California Scenes. - Methods of Mining.

C. Nahl del [in four blocks, l.l.]

T. C. Boyd, Sc. [in four blocks, l.r.]

San Francisco: J. M. Hutchings, 1855

Wood engraving; 26 x 21 cm. [overall]

 

:55--A Hutchings' Panoramic Scenes. - Crossing the Plains.

George H. Baker

Placerville: J. M. Hutchings

Wood engraving; 27 x 21 cm. [overall]

Includes 13 illustrations: at top: Emigrant Train Passing Wind River Mountains; down left: Sioux Indians, Court-House Rock, Chimney Rock, Laramie Peak; at bottom: Driving Stock Across the Plains; down right: Stuck Fast, Mouth of Ash Hollow, Devil's Gate, Castle Rock; down center: Indians Chasing Buffaloes, Scott's Bluffs, First Night On The Plains, Scene On The Desert

Blue copy

 

:56--A Hutchings' Panoramic Scenes. - Crossing the Plains.

George H. Baker

Placerville: J. M. Hutchings

Wood engraving; 27 x 21 cm. [overall]

Includes 13 illustrations: at top: Emigrant Train Passing Wind River Mountains; down left: Sioux Indians, Court-House Rock, Chimney Rock, Laramie Peak; at bottom: Driving Stock Across the Plains; down right: Stuck Fast, Mouth of Ash Hollow, Devil's Gate, Castle Rock; down center: Indians Chasing Buffaloes, Scott's Bluffs, First Night On The Plains, Scene On The Desert

White copy

 

:57--B Hutching's [sic] Panoramic Scenes. - Northern California.

San Francisco: Jas. M. Hutchings, 1855.

6 Wood engravings; 7 x 10 cm.: down left: Shasta, Yreka, Scott's Bar; down right: Jacksonville O. T., Mount Shasta, Weaverville

 

:58--A Hutching's [sic] Panoramic Scenes. - Northern California.

C.C. Kuchel-Dresel Del [in upper two blocks, l.l.]

W. C. Butler, S.F. [in all blocks, l.r.; in left middle block, l.l.]

Shasta & Yreka : A. Roman, Bookseller

6 Wood engravings; 7 x 10 cm.: down left: Shasta, Yreka, Scott's Bar; down right: Jacksonville O. T., Mount Shasta, Weaverville

 

:59--A Hutchings' Table of Distances, For the State of California/ Compiled from Various Sources.

Printed.

San Francisco: James M. Hutchings, 1855?

 

:60--A Indian Rancherie on Dry Creek.

[Sacramento]: Union Office

Wood engraving; 10 x 20 cm.

 

:61--B Inundation of the State Capitol, City of Sacramento, 1862.

San Francisco: A. Rosenfield

2 Lithographs ; 16 x 21 cm. each: J. Street, from the Levee; K. Street from the Levee.

 

:62--A J. Street, Sacramento, on New Year's Day, 1853.

[Sacramento]: Union Office

Wood engraving; 12 x 21 cm.

 

:63--A Jackson [Amador Co., including]: Jackson; City / The Gate.

[N.p.]: Wesley Jackson

Printed by Britton & Rey, from nature in stone by Kuchel & Dresel

3 Lithographs; Jackson, 12 x 26 cm.; Butte City, 8 x 13 cm., The Gate, 8 x 13 cm.

 

:64--A James King of William - The Patriot Martyr of California / Portrait of Mr. King After Death Showing the Entrance and Exit of the Fatal Ball.

[N.p.]: James M. Hutchings, 1856

2 Wood engravings; James King of William - Patriot Martyr of California, 12 x 10 cm.; Portrait of Mr. King After Death, Showing the Entrance And Exit Of The Fatal Ball, 10 x 14 cm.

 

:65--A James Stuart Hung By The Vigilance Committee On Market Street Wharf On The 11th Of July 1851...

San Francisco: Justh Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 17 x 27 cm.

Green wove

 

:66--A James Stuart Hung By The Vigilance Committee On Market Street Wharf On The 11th Of July 1851...

San Francisco: Justh Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 17 x 27 cm.

Blue or grey wove

 

:67--A 1963.002:67--A Jenny Lind Theatre, San Francisco.

San Francisco: Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 15 x 20 cm.

 

:68--A The Jolly Old Miner.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 19 x 25 cm.

 

:68a--A La Porte, Sierra County, Cal., (Main Street)

La Porte: Dr. E. L. Willard

Wood engraving; 10 x 19 cm.

 

:69--B Life Among the Miners.

San Francisco: Hutchings & Rosenfield

Printed by S.H. Wade, [San Francisco]

13 wood engravings; 42 x 27 cm. [overall]

 

:70--A Life in the Mines: Slap Jacks; Rush for New Diggings; Treed; Nooning

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 10 x 13

3 copies

 

:71--A Lincoln School House. - Corner Fifth and Market Streets, San Francisco.

[N.p.]: California Youth's Companion

Wood engraving; 10 x 14 cm.

 

:72--A Long Bar, Yuba River.

[Sacramento]: Union Office

Wood engraving; 10 x 22 cm.

 

:73--A [Long Wharf]

San Francisco: Charles P. Kimball, Noisy Carrier's Publishing Hall

Wood engraving; 15 x 23 cm.

 

:74--A Mammoth Grove Hotel J.L. Sperry, Proprietor Big Trees, Calaveras Co., Cal., 18_ _.

New York: Moss Eng. Co.

Wood engraving; 10 x 17 cm.

 

:75--A Mammoth Grove Hotel Lessee: J.M. Hutchings (of Yosemite) Successor to Mr. James L. Sperry Big Trees, Calaveras Co., Cal.,...

New York: Moss Eng. Co.

Wood engraving; 10 x 17 cm.

 

:76--A Map of the Burnt District [(In ms.): of S. F.; Great Fire of June 22, 1851]

Lithograph of map; 16 x 14 cm.

 

:77--A Map of the Mining Region of California. 1855.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 29 x 23 cm.

 

:78--A Map of San Francisco, California [1853 ( in ms.)]

San Francisco: Quirot & Co.

Lithograph map; 17 x 25 cm.

 

:79--A Mariposa City.

[San Francisco: Britton & Rey]

Lithograph; 19 x 26 cm.

2 copies

 

:80--A The May Festival of the Turn Verein Association, San Francisco

San Francisco: W. W. Kurtz & Co.

Wood engraving; 16 x 18 cm.

 

:81--A Miner A.B.C.

San Francisco: Kuchel & Dresel, 1856?

Printed by Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 26 x 22 cm.

Includes 24 illustrations; 5 x 8 cm. + German text with each illustration

 

:82--A The Miners.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 17 x 22 cm.

2 copies on blue or grey wove

 

:83--A The Miners.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 21 x 25 cm.

 

:84--A Miners at Work With Long Toms.

San Francisco: Cooke and Lecount Booksellers & Stationers

Copied from a Daguerreotyp [sic] sketch, by Justh & Quirot Lithographers

Lithograph; 26 x 19 cm.

 

:85--A Miners at Work With Long Toms.

[No publisher given]

Lithograph; 26 x 19 cm.

 

:86--A Miners Coat of Arms.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithogaph; 25 x 19 cm.

Blue wove paper

 

:87--B Miners Coat of Arms.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 25 x 19 cm. + letter

White wove paper

 

:88--B Miner's Decree: or, a New Verse-ion of the Ten Commandments. by Cadez Orion.

San Francisco: Noisey Carrier Book and Stationary Co.

Wood engraving; 8 x 17 cm. on sheet 25 x 40 cm.

H E [in block, l.l.] Anthony [under block, l.r.]

 

:89--B Miner's Decree; or, a New Verse-ion of the Ten Comandments. by Cadez Orion.

[San Francisco]: Noisey Carrier's Publishing Hall

Wood engraving; 8 x 18 cm. on sheet 36 x 25 cm.

H E [in block, l.l.] Anthony [under block, l.r.]

 

:90--A [Miner's Life.]

Lith. of Quirot & Co, San Francisco / Lith of Britton & Rey, San Francisco

B [Monogram on stone, l. L. (of three) or l.r. (Of vignette at l.l.)]

4 Pen lithographs; 10 x 13 cm.

2 copies: Quirot imprint on blue or grey wove, Britton imprint on gray wove

 

:91--A Miner's Life... Illustrated / The Honest Miner's Songs.

Sacramento: Barber & Baker

Wood engraving; 21 x 28 cm. [overall]

Includes 13 illustrations: at top: Miner's Home; down left: Miner Sick, Miner's Dream, Miner's Slumbers, Friends in Country, Friends in City; down left: Letters from Home, Washing Day, Miner's Claim, Miner's Cabin, Miner's Evening; down center: Miner Cooking, Saturday Night

2 copies; copy 2 has variant typeface and lacks publisher's information.

 

:92--B Miner's Life... Illustrated / The Honest Miner's Songs.

Sacramento: Barber & Baker

Wood engraving; 21 x 28 cm. [overall] + letter

Includes 13 illustrations: at top: Miner's Home; down left: Miner Sick, Miner's Dream, Miner's Slumbers, Friends in Country, Friends in City; down left: Letters from Home, Washing Day, Miner's Claim, Miner's Cabin, Miner's Evening; down center: Miner Cooking, Saturday Night

 

:93--A The Miner's Ten Commandments.

[N.p.]: James M. Hutchings, 1853

H. Eastman Del. [in block at upper L, l.l.]

Anthony & Baker [in several blocks but not all - variously l.l. or l.r]

Wood engraving; 27 x 23 cm.

3 copies: 2 with imprint: Sun Print. San Francisco/ Entered ...in the year 1853, by James M. Hutchings..., one on white wove, one on blue wove; 1 without imprint on blue wove

 

:94--A The Miner's Ten Commandments.

[N.p.]: James M. Huthchings, 1853

H. Eastman Del [in block at upper L, l.l.] and Anthony & Baker [in several blocks]

Wood engraving; 27 x 23 cm. [overall]

Includes 11 illustrations

Variant on white wove

 

:95--A The Miner's Ten Commandments.

[N.p.]: James M. Huthchings, 1853

H. Eastman Del [in block at upper L, l.l.] and Anthony & Baker [in several blocks]

Wood engraving; 27 x 23 cm. [overall]

Includes 11 illustrations

Variant on blue wove

 

:96--A The Miner's Ten Commandments.

[N.p.]: James M. Huthchings, 1853

H. Eastman Del [in block at upper L, l.l.] and Anthony & Baker [in several blocks]

Wood engraving; 27 x 23 cm. [overall]

Includes 11 illustrations

Variant on blue or grey wove

 

:97--A Miner's Ten Commandments. A New Verse-ion, Including a Preamble. By-Laws and Decree. By Cadez Orion.

[N.p.]: Britton & Rey

3 Lithographs; two 6 x 3; one 7 x 11 cm.

 

:98--A Miners Weighing Their Gold. / The Dream of a Prospecting Miner.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Pen lithographs ; 13 x 19 cm.

 

:99--A The Mining Business in Four Pictures: In To It; Making Something; Making Nothing; Going Out Of It.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 10 x 12 cm.

2 copies: one on white wove, one on blue wove

 

:100--A Mission Dolores.

San Francisco: Quirot & Co

Lithograph; 17 x 26 cm.

2 copies: one on blue wove, one on grey wove

 

:101--B Mr. Gringo's Experiences as a Ranchero.

San Francisco : Wide West Office

6 wood engravings ; 10 x 12 cm. each.

C. Nahl, Anthony & Baker or A.B. SC. (each block)

2 copies; one mounted in 7 pieces on heavy paper.

 

:102--A Montgomery St. E. Side from Clay to Commercial St.

San Francisco: B. F. Butler

Pen lithograph; 11 x 21 cm.

 

:103--A Native Californians Breaking Wild Horses.

San Francisco: West Side Office

Anthony & Baker [in block, l.c.]

Wood engraving; 9 x 18 cm.

 

:104--A Ophir, Placer Co. / View of Auburn, Placer Co.

[N.p.]: Gregory's Express

C. Langdon Del.

2 Lithographs; 9 x 17 cm.

 

:105--A Panorama of San Francisco.

Sold by Charles Magnus, New York.

Steel engraving; 11 x 21 cm.

 

:106--A Panorama of San Francisco.

Sold by Charles Magnus, New York.

Steel engraving; 11 x 21cm.

2 copies, one hand-colored

 

:107--A Past & Present of California.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 21 x 27 cm. [overall]

Includes 14 illustrations

2 copies: one on white wove, one on blue wove

 

:108--A Pavilion. For The First Industrial Exhibition Of The Mechanics' Institute Of The City Of San FranciscoCal. Commencing on September 7th., 1857.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Clark & Kenitzer Arch. Lith. by Kuchel & Dresel

Lithograph; 15 x 25 cm.

 

:109--A The Pictorial News Letter Of California For The Steamer John L. Stephens, April 5, 1858 No.2.

San Francisco: Hutchings & Rosenfield

Charles F. Robbins, Printer

Wood engraving; 14 x 12 cm.

[Portrait of] Peter Lassen the Old Pioneer and Mountaineer, in Honor of Whom Lassen's Butte and Big Meadows, were named--From a Photograph by R. H. Vance.

 

:110--A The Pictorial News Letter of California. For the Steamer Sonora, May 5, 1858. [No.4.]

San Francisco: Hutchings & Rosenfield

Charles F. Robbins, Printer

3 wood engravings [on folded sheet]

Illustrations include: The Frazer River Gold Mines! Reception of the News, (12 x 12 cm.); Scene on Folsom Street Wharf (10 x 11 cm.); Scene at the New Diggings (5 x 9 cm.)

 

:111--A The Port of San Francisco [Alta California] from the North. Lith. by G. Hunckel, Bremen.

C.A.P. del. [C.A. Pollard.]

Pen lithograph; 9 x 18 cm.

 

:112--A Prospecting on Feather River, Cal.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 24 x 19 cm.

 

:113--A A Prospecting Party; Starting; Not Even the Color; The end of the Mule; Returning.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 9 x 13 cm.

 

:114--A A Prospecting Party

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 9 x 13 cm.: Starting, Not Even The Color, The End Of The Mule, Returning

 

:115--A The Revolution of the People, the County Jail in San Francisco Beseiged [sic] by the Three Thousand Citizen Soldiers, Armed and Equipped Surrender of James P. Casey & Charles Cora, to the Vigilance Committee, on Sunday May 18th, 1856.

For sale at M. Ullmann's

Heustis [in block, l.r.]

Wood engraving; 10 x 19 cm. Blue wove

 

:116--A The Revolution of the People, the County Jail in San Francisco Beseiged [sic] by the Three Thousand Citizen Soldiers, Armed and Equipped Surrender of James P. Casey & Charles Cora, to the Vigilance Committee, on Sunday May 18th, 1856

For sale at M. Ullmann's

Huestis [in block, l.r.]

Wood engraving; 10 x 19 cm.

White wove

 

:117--A A Road Scene in California (same cut used earlier for Way-Side Scenes in California.)

San Francisco: Wide West Office

C. Nahl Del. [in block, l.l.c.]

Anthony & Baker SC. [in block, l.l.c.]

Wood engraving; 9 x 18 cm.

 

:118--A A Road Scene in California (same cut used earlier for Way-Side Scenes in California.)

San Francisco: Wide West Office

C. Nahl Del. [in block, l.l.c.]

Anthony & Baker SC. [in block, l.l.c.]

Wood engraving; 9 x 18 cm.

 

:119--A Rosenbaum's Store & Rail-Road House, Clay St. S.F. as they appeared after the Earthquake, Oct. 21st 1868.

[G.H. Baker?]

Lithograph; 13 x 20 cm.

 

:120--A Russ House, Hardenbergi & Dyer

Eastman & Keith [in block, l.r.]

Wood engraving; 8 x 12 cm.

 

:121--B Sacramento City [on line above S.C.] First frame house erected Jan. 1st 1849 by S. Brannan. Present population estimated at 20,000, June 1st, 1852.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 20 x 38 cm.

 

:122--A St. Mary's Church. San Francisco Cal.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 23 x 19 cm.

 

:123--A Salt Lake City, 1850.

San Francisco: Chas. P. Kimball, Noisey Carrier's Publishing Hall

Wood engraving; 11 x 19 cm.

 

:124 San Francisco.

San Francisco: Marvin & Hitchcock/Pioneer Book Store

Lith. of Geo. F. Nesbit N.Y.

Pen lithograph; 11 x 19 cm.

 

:125--A San Francisco

San Francisco: Cooke & Le Count, 1852

Noisey Carrier's Publishing Hall [stamp]

Lithograph of Pollard & Britton

Lithograph; 17 x 26 cm. [overall]

Includes 10 illustrations [left to right, top to bottom]: Catholic C. [Church], Presidio, Mission, Grace C. [Cathedral], Montgomery Str. [Street], Britton, Long Wharf, Yerba Buena, Jenny Lind Theater, Mountain Lake

 

:126--A San Francisco [central vignette of 13.]

San Francisco: Frederick Hess

Steel engraving; 15 x 23 cm. [overall]

Includes 13 illustrations: across top: Merchant's Exchange, Montgomery Street, Kearny Street, Masonic Temple; down left Lincoln School, Fireman's Fund INS Building, Nucleus Hotel; across bottom: California Street, Bush Street, Cal. S. S. N. Cos Wharf; down right: Bank of California, S.F. Savings Union Building; at center: San Francisco

 

:127--A [Letterhead with] San Francisco, Feb. 14th, 1851, under illustration.

Engraved & Printed by A.& J. McLeod

Entered...1850 by P. O'Grady in Vermont.

Drawn by W. H. O'Grady from the West

Steel engraving; 14 x 23 cm.

 

:128--B San Francisco, 1854.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Pen lithograph; 13 x 43 cm.

 

:129--A San Francisco English and Classical High School, Powell Street, Bet. Washington & Jackson.

Anthony & Baker [in block, l.r.]

Wood engraving; 10 x 16 cm.

 

:130--A San Francisco - From the Hills West.

[San Francisco]: Noisey Carrier's Publishing Hall

Wood engraving; 10 x 17 cm.

 

:131--A San Francisco - From Pleasant Valley, 1851.

[N.p.]: C. P. Kimball

Dinwiddiw Engraver

Wood engraving; 11 x 19 cm.

 

:132--A San Francisco, From Rincon Point.

[N.p.]: J. P. Bogardus

J. H. Pierce, del. [on stone, l.r.]

C.J. Pollard, Lith. [on stone, l.l.]

Pen lithograph; 11 x 25 cm.

 

:133--A San Francisco, From Rincon Point.

J. P. Bogardus

J. H. Pierce, del. [on stone l.r.]

C. J. Pollard, Lith. [on stone, l.l.]

Pen lithograph; 11 x 25 cm.

Gold ink

 

:134--B San Francisco in 1851.

Two-tone pen lithograph (black view with Green-gray tone stone); 17 x 40 cm.

From Nature and on Stone by J.H. Pierce. [on stone, l.l.]

Printed by Chas. E. Peregoy [on stone, l.r]

 

:135--B San Francisco Past and Present

Sacramento : Barber & Baker, [1855?]

2 Wood engravings : San Francisco as it was, 1849 (with map of Vicinity of San Francisco), 13 x 27 cm. and San Francisco as it is, 1854, 17 x 27 cm.

Taken from Rincon Point, by G.H. Baker, June 1, 1849 and Dec. 1854.

 

:136--B San Francisco Upper California in November 1851.

San Francisco: Quirot & Co.

Engraved by C. Quirot

Lithograph; 13 x 40 cm.

2 copies: one on blue wove, one on grey wove

 

:137--A Scene at the San Francisco Post Office, Showing - How We Get Our Letters

San Francisco: Leland & McCombe

Engraved by Anthony & Baker

AB [in block, l.l.]

Wood engraving; 11 x 18 cm.

 

:138--A Scenes in a Miner's Life: Night in the Log Cabin; Camping Out; Going to Work; Hole Gives Out; New Diggings Struck; Next Day.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

6 Lithographs; 9 x 10 cm.: down left: Night in the Log Cabin, Going to Work, New Diggings Struck; Down Right: Camping Out, Hole Gives Out, Next Day

 

:139--A Shipment of the Prisoners. Charles P. Duane, Marliu Gallagher, Billy Mulligan, Wm. Carr, Edward Bulger and Wooley Kearney, sent from the country by the "Vigilance Committee of San Francisco," at two o'clock A.M. June 5th, 1856.

San Francisco: Noisey Carrier's

T. C. Boyd [in block, l.r.]

Wood engraving; 10 x 16 cm.

 

:140--A Sixth Great Conflagration in San Francisco. June 22nd 1851. J. De Veré [May 3rd fire view used & slightly filled in at sides; entirely new title - see notes in view of conflagration...June 22, 1851.]

Lithograph; 14 x 22 cm.

 

:141--B Sonora from the North / Springfield, Tuolumne County. Sonora: G. S. Wells, 1853

Lithograph by Britton & Rey, San Francisco

2 Lithographs; 19 x 25 cm. each

 

:142--B Sonora January, 1852.

San Francisco: G. H. Goddard, 1852

Lithograph; 24 x 38 cm.

 

:143--A Stabbing of Hopkins by Judge Terry, on Jackson Street.

For sale by M. Ullmann, San Francisco

Wood engraving; 12 x 18 cm.

 

:144--A Stabbing of Officer Hopkins by Judge Terry. General Affray on Jackson Street, on Saturday, June 21st, 1856, etc.

For Sale at the "Daily Town Talk Office."

Huestis [in block of "Surrender", l.l.]

4 Wood engravings: Stabbing of Officer Hopkins by Judge Terry, 8 x 13 cm.; Mounted Battalion in Motion, 11 x 13 cm.; Fort Vigilance, 11 x 19 cm.; Surrender Of The Law And Order Forces, 11 x 18 cm.

 

:145--A "Sugar on Your Lime." A Pathetic Ballad. With Allusions to Suit Modern Palates.

San Francisco: Warren C. Butler

For sale at the News Depots

Bc [in block, l.r.;]

2 Wood engravings; 11 x 5 cm., and 12 x 5 cm.

 

:146--A Sunday Morning / Log Cabin.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm.

Grey wove

 

:147--A Sunday Morning / Log Cabin.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm.

White wove

 

:148--A Sundry Amusements in the Mines: A Sundays Amusements; A Daily Pleasure; Occupation for Rainy Days; A Pleasant Surprise.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey [white wove copy]

San Francisco: Quirot and Co. [grey wove copy]

4 Pen lithographs; 9 x 12

2 copies: one on white wove, one on grey wove

 

:149--A Surrender of the Prisoners James P. Casey & Charles Cora to the Vigilance Committee Sunday, May 18th 1856. 2500 citizens under arms, & a reserve of 2500, ready, at a moments notice.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 15 x 24 cm.

 

:150--A The Times!!!

[San Francisco: Justh Quirot & Co.]

Pen lithograph; 20 x 25 cm.

 

:151--A Tremendous Excitement! Samuel Whittaker and Robert McKenzie rescued from the authorities, and hung by the Vigilance Committee, on Sunday August 24th at 3 o'clock P.M. in the presence of Fifteen Thousand People.

San Francisco: Justh, Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 15 x 26 cm.

 

:152--A Two Roads in California: Jones & Brown landing; Jones don't like hard work; Brown sticks to it; [Jones] trys (sic) a fast way to make money; [Brown] getting a head; [Jones] Women and Wine; [Brown] Industry's Reward; [Jones] Ruin and the Gutter.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

8 Lithographs; 6 x 9 cm.

 

:153--A Utah Valley, 1850.

San Francisco: Chas. P. Kimball, Noisey Carrer's Publishing Hall

E. C. Roberts [in block, l.r.]

Wood engraving; 14 x 18 cm.

 

:154--A View & Plan of the Burnt District, San Francisco, the day after the fire, 22nd June 1851. As seen from the corner of Washington & Montgomery Streets.

San Francisco: Cook [sic] & Le Count, 1851

Gs [on stone, l.r.]

Lithograph; 13 x 19 cm., Map; 8 x 13 cm.

 

:155--A View from the North side of the Plaza, Marysville.

[N.p.]: R. A. Eddy

Wood engraving; 18 x 26 cm.

 

:156--A View of Agua Fria Town.

San Francisco: Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 18 x 24 cm.

2 copies

 

:157--A View of Agua Fria Valley.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

C. Riehn del.

Lithograph; 20 x 26 cm.

 

:158--A View of Coloma, where the first gold was discovered.

[N.p.]: Forrest & Borden

Wood engraving; 9 x 18 cm.

 

:159--A View of the Conflagration from Telegraph Hill. San Francisco, night of May 3rd, 1851, / [below] Map of the Burnt District of San Francisco. Showing the extent of the Fire./ Buildings saved marked thus.

Noisey Carrier [stamped]

Lithograph; 14 x 21 cm.

 

:160--A View of the Conflagration from Telegraph Hill San Francisco June 22nd 1851.

J. De Veré del.

Lithograph; 14 x 22 cm.

 

:161--A A View of the...

San Francisco: Cook & Le Count

Pen lithograph; 26 x 20 cm. [overall]

Includes 9 illustrations: down left: The Eliza Ship for California; Arrival at S.F. A Monte Bank; Travelling about the Mines; down center: Camping Out; A View of The [Elephant]; Miners preparing their Fodder; [down right] Washing Gold in a Cradle; One of the few that return; The End of the Many

 

:162--A A View of the...

San Francisco: Cook & Le Count

Pen lithograph in gold ink; 26 x 20 cm. [overall]

Includes 9 illustrations: down left: The Eliza Ship for California; Arrival at S.F. A Monte Bank; Travelling about the Mines; down center: Camping Out; A View of The [Elephant]; Miners preparing their Fodder; [down right] Washing Gold in a Cradle; One of the few that return; The End of the Many

 

:163--A View of the Fire in[/of] Sacramento City on[/in] the night of 2nd and 3rd of November 1852, taken from the Levee. Loss: Ten Millions of Dollars!!! [variant titles by different publishers]

San Francisco: Britton & Rey [copy 1]

San Francisco: Quirot & Co. [copy 2]

Lithograph; 18 x 26 cm.

2 copies: Copy 2 is hand-colored

 

:164--A View of Goodyears Bar & Goodyears Creek Sierra Co. Cala. With Monte-Cristo in the distance.

Sierra County: Wm. B. Monmonier [artist]

Lithograph of Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 18 x 27 cm.

 

:165--A View of Hoboken.

[Sacramento]: Union Office

Wood engraving; 14 x 22 cm.

 

:166--A View of J Street, Sacramento, during the Flood of March, 1852.

Engraved expressly for the Sacramento Union.

Wood engraving; 9 x 21 cm.

 

:167--A View of James Town South Mines.

San Francisco: Justh & Quirot

Published and Sold by Cooke & Le Count

Lithograph; 18 x 25 cm.

 

:168--A View of the last great Conflagration in San Francisco on the 22nd of June 1851. Ten Squares burned, Loss $3,000,000. View from the head of California Street during the progress of the fire.

San Francisco: Justh Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 19 x 27 cm.

 

:169--A View of Montecristo Scoopers Ranch in the Fore Ground.

[N.p.]: Wm. B. Monmonier [artist]

Lithograph of Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 18 x 25 cm.

 

:170--A View of the Pavilion Erected for the California State Agricultural Society's Fair of 1858, at Marysville.

Nahl Del. [in block, l.r.]

S. F. Baker Eng. [in block, l.l.]

Wood engraving; 13 x 17 cm.

 

:171--A View of the Plaza of San Francisco, On the 4th of July, 1851.

[San Francisco]: Justh Quirot & Co.

Lithograph; 19 x 28 cm.

 

:172--A View of San Francisco, February 1850.

Drawn on stone for J. P. Bogardus [on stone, l.r.]

C.J. Pollard's Lith. San Francisco [on stone, l.l.]

Pen lithograph; 12 x 20 cm.

 

:173--A View of San Francisco, from Telegraph Hill.

[N.p.]: Cooke & Le Count

Moody del. From a sketch by Swan [on stone, l.l.]

Lith. Of Pierce & Pollard San Francisco [on stone, l.r.]

Pen lithograph; 9 x 20 cm.

White wove

 

:174--A View of San Francisco, from Telegraph Hill.

[N.p.]: Cooke & Le Count

Moody del. From a sketch by Swan [on stone, l.l.]

Lith. Of Peirce & Pollard San Francisco [on stone, l.r.]

Pen lithograph; 9 x 20 cm.

Blue wove

 

:175--A View of the Steam-Boat Landing Sacramento City, from K Street / L Street, M Street.

[N.p.]: Cormer & Forrest

J.H. Pierce del. [on stone, l.l.]

2 Pen lithographs; 10 x 27 cm.

 

:176--A View of Sutter's Fort Near Sacramento City.

[N.p.]: Lovegrove & Murray

Pen lithograph; 14 x 21 cm.

 

:177--A View of Weaverville, Trinity Co., after the Fire.

Shasta: Rhodes & Lusk

Wood engraving; 12 x 22 cm.

 

:178--A Volcano Amador County, Cal. Dec. 1854.

[N.p.]: J. D. Page

Lithograph by Britton & Rey

 

:179--A Wayside Scenes in California.

San Francisco: J. M. Hutchings

C. Nahl Del. [in main upper block, l.c.]

Anthony & Baker Sc. [in all blocks, ll. or. l.c.]

4 Wood engravings; two 9 x 18 cm., two 8 x 5 cm.

 

:180--A What We Want in California: From New York Direct / Family and Fireside.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

2 Lithographs; 12 x 19 cm.

 

:181--A The Winter of 1852 & 3.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 10 x 13 cm.

 

:182--A The Winter of 1852 & 3.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

4 Lithographs; 10 x 13 cm.

Stamped: From Miner's Bookstore Sonora

 

:183--A Wreck & Burning of the Steamer Independence on the Island Margarita; February 16th, 1853. 150 lives lost.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 19 x 25 cm.

 

:184--A The Wreck of the Yankee Blade, as she apeared [sic] on the evening of October 1st, 1854. From a drawing made upon the spot by one of the passengers, A.T. Harrison.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Lithograph; 14 x 24 cm.

 

:185--A Yreka, Siskayou [sic] Cty. A view from the Humbug Trail with Shasta Bute [sic] in the distance.

San Francisco: Britton & Rey, [1853?]

Lithograph; 19 x 25 cm.

 

:186--B Columbia. January, 1852.

San Francisco: G. H. Goddard, 1852

Lithograph; 24 x 38 cm.

 

:187--A Executions of Casey & Cora, by the San Francisco Vigilance Committee May 22nd, 1856.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Taken from corner Davis & Commercial.

Lithograph, hand-colored (20th Century); 17 x 24 cm.

2 copies: one colored

 

:188--B Illustrated Postscript to the S.F. News Letter. The Late Collision between the Trains of the Western Pacific and S.F. & Alameda R.R. near Simpson's Station, Sunday Nov. 14th, 1869.

G. T. Brown Lithograph

Lithograph; 19 x 43 cm.

 

:189--B Bummer and Lazarus, the Damon and Pythias of San Francisco. Their lives and their deaths. Their separation and their final reunion in the dog star-- the place where good dogs go. An elegiac, satirical poem by Trem.

Calif. : Edward Jump, 1865.

E. Jump [on stone, l.r.]

Lithograph; 16 x 19 cm.

 

:190--A Timbuctoo, Yuba County, California, 1862.

Timbuctoo: Wessells

Drawn by C. Barrington

Nagel, Fishbourne & Kuchel's Lithographers, San Francisco

Two-tone lithograph; 18 x 30 cm.

 

:191--C View of San Francisco in 1860.

[San Francisco?]: Henry Payot

A. Rouargue Del. [in block, l.l., cut off]

Lithograph; 14 x 48 cm.

 

:192--A Bavaria Brewery [by Jacob Gundlach, Vallejo St. between Dupont & Stockton Streets, San Francisco, Cal.

[San Francisco]: Britton & Rey

Drawn by Kuchel & Dresel

Lithograph; 7 x 14 cm.

 

:193--A Jackson, Calaveras Cty, Cal. May, 1854.

[N.p.]: C. L. Parish

Drawn & Published by C. L. Parish

Lithograph; 18 x 24 cm.

 

:194 [Lacking] Residence of Lola Montez, Grass Valley / North Beach, San Francisco.

San Francisco: Wide West Office

Anthony & Baker SC. [in upper block, l.r. in lower block, l.l.]

Wood engravings