James Filmore Crank papers, 1880-1902. (Archival material, 1880) [WorldCat.org]
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James Filmore Crank papers, 1880-1902.

Author: James Filmore CrankJohn Dustin BicknellAlbert Filmore CrankCharlotte Perkins GilmanJoseph H HoadleyAll authors
Publisher: 1880-1902.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Summary:
The collection consists of letters, manuscripts, documents, and 32 maps related to the business interests of James Filmore Crank and the development of Los Angeles County. Of particular note is the collection's focus on city and interurban railways, including the Los Angeles Cable Railway Co., Pacific Railway Co., Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad Co., and Los Angeles Development Co. There are also
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Genre/Form: Letters (correspondence)
Manuscripts
Maps
Archives
History
Sources
Named Person: James Filmore Crank
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James Filmore Crank; John Dustin Bicknell; Albert Filmore Crank; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Joseph H Hoadley; Collis Potter Huntington; Helen Hunt Jackson; Edwin Burritt Smith
OCLC Number: 122383131
Description: 450 pieces 11 boxes 3 volumes

Abstract:

The collection consists of letters, manuscripts, documents, and 32 maps related to the business interests of James Filmore Crank and the development of Los Angeles County. Of particular note is the collection's focus on city and interurban railways, including the Los Angeles Cable Railway Co., Pacific Railway Co., Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad Co., and Los Angeles Development Co. There are also materials related to the wine industry (Sierra Madre Vintage Co. and Lamanda Park, California), the Fair Oaks Ranch in Pasadena, the Azusa Land and Water Co., and education in California private schools during the late nineteenth century.

Correspondents in the collection include: John Dustin Bicknell, Albert Filmore Crank, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Joseph H. Hoadley, Collis Potter Huntington, Helen Hunt Jackson, and Edwin Burritt Smith.

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