Advertisements; Congress Springs and Santa Clara Stage Line; Drawings; Ephemera; Hotels; Pacific Congress Springs Hotel; Railroads--California--Santa Clara; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Saratoga (Calif.); Schedules (Time plans); ...
Advertisement for the Pacific Congress Springs Hotel and the Congress Springs and Santa Clara. Stage Line.
Buildings; Houses--California--San Jose; Mount Hamilton Range (Calif.); Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; St. James Park;
Black-and-white photograph taken from the dome of the Santa Clara County Courthouse looking east toward the snow covered Mt. Hamilton Mountain Range of San Jose during the winter of 1880. On verso of photo: "St. James Park in foreground."
California State Normal School; Drawings; Education; Music; Musical notation; Musical score; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose State University; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; School songbooks; Student life;
Songbook for "Parting!," words by Lizzie McKenzie and music by J.H. Elwood, California State Normal School, Class of 1880. Respectfully dedicated to Miss Cornelia Walker. Comprised of four pages.
Children; Fire hose; Fire prevention; Fire protection services; Hope Hose Company; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Santa Clara Tannery (Calif.); Tanner Hose Company;
In 1878 Tanner Hose Company was formed by the employees of the Santa Clara Tannery. Jacob Eberhard, owner of the Tannery purchased a hose cart and 500 feet of hose for it. Although originally meant to provide protection for the Tannery by 1888,...
Reid, Bernard J. (Bernard Joseph), 1823-1904; United States, Civil War, 1861-1865; Danks, John; Letters;
A letter from John Danks to Bernard J. Reid. Danks is applying for a pension from the government due to injury during the Civil War. Danks needs to find a person who witnessed his wounding during battle, and hopes Reid can help in that matter.
Santa Clara University (Calif.); Young, Edmund J.A.
One of the first American Jesuits to come to Santa Clara, Edmund J. Young arrived in 1861 and remained the rest of his life. He taught rhetoric and directed the school's literary activity for 30 years. He was a favorite teacher.