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Hellman, Isaias W. (Isaias William) 1842-1920

Overview
Works: 32 works in 42 publications in 2 languages and 606 library holdings
Genres: Sources  Archives  History  Records and correspondence  Maps  Cadastral maps 
Classifications: HG2613.L64, 332.120979494
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Isaias W. Hellman and the Farmers and Merchants Bank by Robert Glass Cleland( Book )

2 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Philip Ackley Stanton papers by Philip Ackley Stanton( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The one folder of newspaper clippings concerns Stanton's political career, specifically the 1910 Republican gubernatorial primary and 1916 Republican senatorial primary. An ornate leather-bound scrapbook, decorated with metal plates, contains eleven telegrams and letters from such notables as Harrison Gray Otis, and Hiram Johnson, congratulating Stanton on his role as California Assembly Speaker in defeating anti-Japanese legislation in 1909. Overall, the papers illuminate the tight social networks that linked leading businessmen, land development, and the powerful conservative wing of the California Republican Party. Major subjects include land development in Orange and L.A. Counties and state and national politics in Southern California, including the California Assembly, Republican National Committee, the 1920 Presidential election, the status of Japanese in California, and relief of European civilians affected by World War I
Isaias W. Hellman papers by Isaias W Hellman( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Business papers, chiefly correspondence, pertaining to Hellman's activities in banking, electric and cable railway transportation, and real estate investment, particularly in southern Calif. and San Francisco. Correspondence is with and about the banks and financial institutions with which Hellman was affiliated, and reflects his interests in southern Calif. electric railroad lines, Market Street Railway in San Francisco, Union Oil and Associated Oil Companies, the Redondo Improvement Company, the Los Alamitos Land Company, the San Gabriel and other wineries, and other agricultural concerns. Correspondents include Harry Chandler, John G. Downey, Henry J. Fleishman, Jackson A. Graves, Herman W. Hellman, Henry E. Huntington, William Mulholland, Harrison G. Otis, George Patton, George C. Perkins, Claus Spreckles, Benjamin I. Wheeler, Stephen M. White, and others. Includes some personal correspondence with family members. Other papers include financial records for Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, Union Trust Company, Columbus Savings and Loan Society, Farmers and Merchants National Bank of Los Angeles, United States National Bank of Los Angeles, and other banks
James De Barth Shorb papers by James De Barth Shorb( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection, which contains 10,844 items, consists of correspondence, letter books, manuscripts, speeches, diaries, account books, published articles, legal papers, financial statements and business records. The 10,528 pieces of correspondence are chiefly addressed to James De Barth Shorb, James M. Tiernan and Maria de Jesus Wilson Shorb. The 17 letter books are related to the business and financial affairs of Shorb and Benjamin Davis Wilson. The 75 manuscripts consist of items chiefly written by Shorb and Wilson family members. The 224 items in the Business Papers include material related to Shorb's many companies including the San Gabriel Wine Company. The following subjects are covered in the Shorb collection: the Shorb, Wilson, and Patton families, David Jacks, Mariano Vallejo, Santa Catalina Island, the Mount Wilson Observatory, California government and politics, African Americans and the Chinese in California, agriculture, the citrus fruit industry, Indians of California, irrigation, lend tenure, mining, railroads, ranching, water rights, and the wine industry. The collection also documents the history and development of the following California cities: Alhambra, Elsinore, Los Angeles, Pasadena, Ramona, San Gabriel, San Marino, and Wilmington
Matthew Keller papers and addenda by Matthew Keller( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of letters, manuscripts (including 4 diaries and 3 notebooks), documents and photographs related to the life and business interests of Matthew Keller. Subject matter in the collection includes Los Angeles from 1851-1880, particularly reflected in deeds and land papers for the Los Angeles area (a few relate to petroleum development) and the wine industry. There are also photographs of the Los Angeles area at the turn of the century and biographical information on Matthew Keller and Henry Workman Keller. In addition to the Keller family, other persons represented in the collection include Isaias William Hellman (14 pieces), Pío Pico (1 piece) and James De Barth Shorb (1 piece)
Contrat de mariage : Paris : by Charles Lefebvre Desnouettes( )

3 editions published in 1805 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

With this: two letters by bookdealer Patrick Francis Madigan to I.W. Hellman, Jr. in 1916, concerning the document
John Dustin Bicknell papers by John Dustin Bicknell( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection includes letters from individuals who wished to buy or sell property or had a claim against someone concerning their land. As an attorney for the Southern Pacific Railroad Company, Bicknell received correspondence from Collis Potter Huntington and Henry Edwards Huntington asking for his advice on right-of-ways and other matters related to railroads and interurban lines
Booker T. Washington letters by Booker T Washington( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letters to A.E. Shumate, I.W. Hellman, and others. Also included are Washington's handwritten notes for an address at the University of California, Berkeley, January 13, 1903
Abstract and Title Insurance Co. ledger of deeds and legal documents all related to property in San Gabriel, California by Calif.) Abstract and Title Insurance Co. (Los Angeles( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This volume contains deeds, tax assessment and some legal documents all related to land in San Gabriel, California (Los Angeles County) starting in 1876 and continuing to 1890. Also included is the Articles of Incorporation of the San Gabriel Valley Land and Water Company. Participants include: Isaias W. Hellman, Catherine Howard, John P. Sanborn and Wells, Van Dyke & Lee. Land in Pasadena (the San Pasqual Rancho) and Santa Anita Rancho are also discussed
City of Whittier( )

1 edition published in 1908 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

J. A. Graves papers by J. A Graves( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of letters (including 23 letter books), 3 photographs, and 2 scrapbooks related to the life and business activities of Jackson A. Graves. Subject matter includes banking and finance, and many of the business correspondence in the collection is with Isaias W. Hellman (1842-1920), president of the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Los Angeles from 1875-1920 and president of Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank in San Francisco from 1890-1920. The collection also contains land papers of the Los Angeles area (including materials related to Rancho San Pasqual) and papers of California law firms
Jacobs Brothers papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The small collection of ephemera contains 32 items and is organized alphabetically by type. The series includes circulars, invitations, labels, and some miscellaneous handwritten notes. Also included are photocopies of two letters about Indian affairs in Arizona in the nineteenth century. Prominent individuals included in the collection include David Neahr, forwarding agent, Leopold Wolf, San Francisco and New York purchasing agent, the Goldwater family, and Albert Springer, a banking partner, and Isaias W. Hellman of the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Los Angeles
Papers and addenda of Matthew Keller by Matthew Keller( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The collection consists of letters, manuscripts (including 4 diaries and 3 notebooks), documents and photographs related to the life and business interests of Matthew Keller. Subject matter in the collection includes Los Angeles from 1851-1880, particularly reflected in deeds and land papers for the Los Angeles area (a few relate to petroleum development) and the wine industry. There are also photographs of the Los Angeles area at the turn of the century and biographical information on Matthew Keller and Henry Workman Keller. In addition to the Keller family, other persons represented in the collection include Isaias William Hellman (14 pieces), Pío Pico (1 piece) and James De Barth Shorb (1 piece)
 
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Alternative Names
Hellman, Isasias W. 1842-1920

Hellmann, Isaias Wolf 1842-1920

Isaias W. Hellman Amerikaans bank (1842-1920)

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伊薩亞斯·W·赫爾曼

Languages
English (38)

French (3)

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Isaias W. Hellman and the Farmers and Merchants Bank