Mono County (Calif.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bodie Wood and Lumber Company Records

 Collection
Identifier: NC716
Overview The Bodie Wood and Lumber Company was organized by H. M. Yerington, J. W. Haynie and others to acquire timber lands and water rights in Mono County, California, just south of Mono Lake. The collection include correspondence, financial accounts, and land related material.

Bullion and Exchange Bank Records

 Collection
Identifier: 82-33
Abstract This Carson City bank was established in 1875 as the Carson City Savings Bank. Included are two volumes of manuscript drafts written by the B & E Bank on the Anglo-California Bank of San Francisco, one volume of daily statements, one ledger, and 7 folders of invoices and correspondence. Material between 1877-1931.

Indenture

 Collection
Identifier: 94-39
Abstract Indenture in which John S. Butler of San Francisco, California, sells his interest in the General Banks Lode, located in the Slate Mountain Mining District, then in Mono County, Nevada Territory, to Charles W. Pool on April 2, 1864. Mono County was later found to be in California.

The Story of District IX

 Collection
Identifier: 83-22
Overview History of early roads and highways in District IX of the California Division of Highways, which covers Inyo, Mono, and eastern Kern Counties. Includes text and correspondence from 1951-1952. Collection created by Alan S. Hart.

Wedertz Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: NC1145
Overview Ludowig (Louis) Edmund Wedertz (1824-1881) operated a stage station at Sulpher Springs on the Carson-Aurora road from about 1862-1866 when he moved his family to Aurora for two years. By 1874 they were living in Sulpher Springs again where Clarence R. and Frank Lewis were born. In 1881, Wedertz opened a store in Bridgeport, California, which his widow Niklamine ran after his death in December 1881. The family continued to live in Bridgeport and Smith Valley. The collection primarily contains...