By Dirty Matt Leonardo Traded for a small donation with Mr. Leonardo in Petaluma CA in 2018, a copy of an original 4 x 6 inches in ball point pen
By Dirty Matt Leonardo Traded for a small donation with Mr. Leonardo in Petaluma CA in 2018, original 4 x 10 inches in ball point pen.
Traded for a small donation with Mr. Leonardo in Petaluma CA in 2018, original 4 x 6 inches in ball point pen.
Sonoma Democrat, 12 November 1857 AFLOAT AND ASHORE. — It was feared in San Francisco last week (in which fears we truly shared) that Frank Sonle, Esp., had been lost in the brig J. B. Brown, which was wrecked at the mouth of the Albion river a short time ago. Happily, however, he turned up … [Read more…]
Sonoma Democrat, 22 October 1857 A Porcine Paragraph. — We observed several large lots of swine being driven through our streets toward Petaluma on Sunday last, from the upper part of the valley. They were in fine condition, and will furnish the bachelor portion of the population of San Francisco, with many a luscious spare-rib. … [Read more…]
MARCH. 1st — Particulars of the loss of United States steamer Oneida, by being run into by the British steamer Bombay, near Yokohama, received by the arrival of the bark Benefactress. 2d — Earthquake at Calistoga and Healdsburg. 3d — James Smilie fired four shots at a Mexican woman he had been living with, named … [Read more…]
Healdsburg Tribune, Enterprise and Scimitar, 6 April 1910 Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. John Favour, autoed to Petaluma Friday, where the day was spent visiting Mr. Ackerman’s uncle, Eddie Ackerman, who is now near his ninetieth year. While in the City of Cackles the gentlemen also transacted urgent business. Healdsburg … [Read more…]
Daily Alta California, Volume 1, Number 103, 29 April 1850 REPORT FROM THE SELECT COMMITTEE On the Derivation and Definition of the Names of the several Counties of the State of California, &c. MARIN — This is the name of the great chief of the tribe Licatiut, and the other tributaries that inhabited this county … [Read more…]
[Cal. Star’s Sonoma Correspondence.] SONOMA, January 1, 1848. DEAR EDITOR,— I greet you with a happy New Year, and wish you health and prosperity so long as you live, and a host of young editors to prop your tottering old age to the tomb, with talent sufficient to wear the shoes of their dad, and … [Read more…]