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Harold 813 Cornell, Joseph D 504 Cox, Frederick 976 Coyle, Thomas J 842 Crocker, Charles H 877 Croke, Frank C 683 Crowell, Montfort K 811 Cuff, Clarence C 820 Cutter, George H 996 Dalton, Alfred, Jr. P Da Roza, Edward L Davis, Charles K Day, Stephen S Dehn, Henry Derby, Charles M Derby, Frank M Diepenbrock, Melchior H Dike, Uburto L 1000 Doan, Warren E 998 Donahue, John... 800 Meredith, Craddoc 973 Meyer, Frank 906 Meyer, William A 777 Mikle, Pleas G 578 Mikulich, Andrew 907 Mill, Russell W 749 Miller, Frank C 972 Miller, John H , Jr 449 Miller, O.934 Donnelly, James H 1017 Donnelly, Peter F 895 Dozier, Melville, Jr 657 Driver, Elisha S. H Morrill, William D 921 Morris, Edward 481 Morrison, Alexander W 785 Muddox, Harry C 478 Muddox, Ralph H 1048 Murphy, Patiick H 1027 587 627 Nagle, John L Nathan, Charles P Nauman, Harrj A Nelson, Jacob Nethercott, George Noble, George W Noyes, Charles T O'Kelly, T.CHAPTER XIX City Free Library 133 Association Organized in 1857 — Building Erected in 1872— Turned Over to City — Leading Papers on Pile — Books Increasing in Number — Library Sup- ported by Public Tax — Residents of Entire County Given Library Privileges — Librarian Has Management of Institution. Mc Kune a Factor in Constructing Law and Ethics of California — A Pioneer of Sacramento — Land Commissioner, State Assemblyman, District Judge and Code Commis- sioner — Newton Booth, Governor of State — Entertained Many Famous Guests — William A. CHAPTER XL The Crocker Art Gallery .- 404 Gathered in Europe at Great Expense — Deeded to City in 1885 — Building Adequate to House Magnificent Collection — California Artists Represented — Portraits of Prominent Californians — California Museum Association — First Exhibition a Social and Financial Success — Appreciation of Mrs.CHAPTER XX Government Offices 135 Sacramento Postoffice — Facilities Always Less Than Needs — City Deliv- ery Service — Rural Service — United States Land Otflce — Internal Revenue Office— United States Weather Bureau Station. Benton His Suc- cessor in October — First Public School Opened February 20, 1854 — Attend- ance Increased Rapidlj — City Schools First Controlled by Assessor — Accommodations Insufflcient — Colored Schools Apportioned F'unds in 1856 — Enrollment of One Thousand in All Schools in 18611 — Twelve Hundred Pupils in 1864 — Fourteen Schools and Fifteen Hundred Pupils in 1866 — School Li- brary Started in 1867 — Twenty-two Hundred Pupils and Seventeen Schools by End of 1869— Thirty-four Hundred Pupils Enrolled in 1880- Later Boards — The High School — The Colored Pupils — Other Items — Sacramento Business College. Anderson — Success Reached by Sterling Qualities of Mind and Heart — Resident of Sacramento from 1S49 — City Attorney, As- semblyman and Police Judge. Crocker's Gift — Festival in Her Honor — Ladies Museum Association.CHAPTER XVI Sacramento County Senators - - - 117 Changes in Districts — John Bidwell Elected Senator in 1849— Republican Nominee for Governor in 187.5 — Prohibition Nominee for Governor in 1890 and for President in 1892 — Elisha O. Robinson a Prominent Pioneer Legislator — Bequeathed Large Sum to the Poor of San Francisco — Ferguson Senator in 1856-58 — Other Pioneer Legis- CONTENTS lators — Curtis Senator Three Terms and Assemblyman One Term — Creed Haymond Senator 18T5-7S— Pioneer Orchardist, Joseph Routier, a Senator in 1883-85— The Popular Judge, Elijah C. Neely Johnson Governor of California in 1855 — Other Influential Men in Assem- bly — Contested Election of Charles Buncombe — Charles Crocker an Assem- blyman in 1861 — Stephens a Member in 1869 — Clunie, Member in 1875, After- ward Congressman — Judge Anderson Assemblyman in 1893 — Recent Repre- sentation in Assembly. Kewen Financial Agent for the Noted William Walker — J. Greene Curtis a Pioneer of 1850 from Tennessee — True to Union in Civil War, Senator Several Terms — Counsel in Many Important Cases — James W. CHAPTER XXXVIII Banks and Bankers 38S Banks of Sacramento Second to None in Stability — National Bank of D. Mills & Co.— Early History of the Bank— Capital Savings Bank— Odd Fellows Savings Bank — California National Bank — People's Savings Bank — Farmers and Mechanics Savings Bank — Sacramento Savings Bank One of Oldest in City — Capital Banking and Trust Co. — Fort Sutter National Bank — Banks and Bankers 1851-1871 — Sacra- mento Clearing House.Hart, Elected Senator in 1893— Gillis Doty Elected in 1897— The Pioneer Physician, J. CHAPTER XVIII California State Library First Steps Toward Library — Gradual Development — Seven Departments — • Books for the Sightless Sent Throughout the State — County Libraries of Great Helpfulness. Coffroth, Senator from Old Tuolumne — CONTENTS ix Fond of Humor— Helpful to Young Lawyers— John H. CHAPTER XXXIX Public Utilities 398 First Franchise for Gas Works — City First Lighted With Gas December 17, 1855 — Various Changes in Companies — Advance in Methods of Manufactur- ing Gas — The Telephone — First Appearance of Sunset Telephone Company — First Express System of Telephone — Early Rate per Month — Capital Tele- phone and Telegraph Company — Water Works — First Bonds Issued in 1853 — Original Plant Soon Too Small for Needs of City — New Works Started in 1872 and Completed in 1873.
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