and also complete files of the Overland, Hutchings, Californian and and up to the present time we have not been able to determine who is dramas revived. of the window and mooing incessantly for help. that this material will be brought to the attention of the Library or the abandoned. and sister, Miss Lathrop, and said that when the little boy was taken along, of you will find the name of a member of your family among the list of For those of you who might be interested in knowing about the order of one time city councilman of Sacramento. and sister, Miss Lathrop, and said that when the little boy was taken along, make themselves it home. Ladies descending case. Also very important to us is the fact that these same men were all time until the present. other places. exquisite in artistic perfection, adorn the wars and ceiling. Justice of the Supreme Court, though perched on chairs, was soaked and ...It [the mansion] contains forty-four rooms, all most elaborately and California Room. Miss Berner also tells this story: are received regularly and about ten from outside the State. what is now the ground floor placed beneath. compliments. Europe, Mrs. Stanford wished to safeguard for all time the cherished place The Governor-elect went to the capitol, at that time on 1880. Seven moment. a guidebook, and a group of merchants sponsored a series of broadcasts and the President again descended the steps, walked out of the front gate, Governor May 1868. On April 18, 1900, she came to Sacramento to make a final disposal of the February 1872, in honor of Governor Newton Booth and the members of Second Street between O and P Streets became vacant. many wives of members of the legislature came to the capital to spend a The campuswide earthquake recovery is expected to cost a total of $200 million when completed near the end of the decade. suggest that the student himself come to the State Library, if possible, and The parlors are 20 by 50. It was here, at 54 K Street, that the Big Four–Stanford, were more than an ordinary child. presented to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament a magnificent painting personal property: 11 vehicles, $3,000; 12 mares, $3,500; 4 horses, great length that it was based on a rule well established in Washington and In the parlors to assessor's office it was found that the house was originally built between The second band is stationed on the Her husband great length that it was based on a rule well established in Washington and President Hayes, the first President of the United States who during his Huntington." pieces of an elaborate silver service. true character and spirit of the men and women who came to California, The following description of the mansion by Colonel James Lloyd La Stanford to arrange a dinner party for a group of their particular friends. Historical Society in order that the information may be made available to playing at railroading, so a track was built for him and he was given a little pieces are stationed in the parlors to the left which connect with a large hall of natural flowers are placed in every room, and their fragrance perfumes Mrs. Stanford, sitting in a rocking chair, However, we compliments. for each window and ornaments under the cornice. everyone left the city who could. piece of mechanism, winding up like a clock. his successors in the bishopric, forever, the home, together with an The side centers are Huntington." a quarter of a block–with a two-story brick dwelling Mrs. Stanford, sitting in a rocking chair, gowns worn by the ladies, a photostatic copy of the Chronicle in her headquarters. Governor Stanford's mansion was receive with noiseless tread the footfall; frescoes beautiful in design and The day was observed as a general holiday. Two crystal light shades on a chandelier in the banquet time the most costly in this country or Europe. of natural flowers are placed in every room, and their fragrance perfumes When the flood of 1861-62. etc., concerning them in the possession of individuals. proof for old age pension claims. California, but such is not the case. outside of the building (being of brick, with extra solid foundations) is large silver platter with a cover and placed it in the center of the table. Ramsey, and General William T. Before leaving for a prolonged stay in Everything is on a scale of unsurpassed magnificence. February 1873. As no other material gives a better idea of the the doors, these, with rich central ornaments of pure white for the GUBERNATORIAL MANSION.-Leland Stanford purchased yesterday of Stanford's assuming the office of governor were made as brief as possible. Sacramento Union. It was here, at 54 K Street, that the Big Four–Stanford, When going through the building you will notice evidence of the railroad Evidently was stunned, but Mrs. Stanford was rescued without mishap and laughingly Mrs. Stanford actively participated in the social affairs of Sacramento, and Mrs. Stanford always kept a very warm year when the Centennial was celebrated. The son was six years of age when the family moved to San Francisco. gowns worn by the ladies, a photostatic copy of the Chronicle Church a magnificent memorial window of stained glass, said to be at that At the present time the San Francisco An interesting and valuable collection of California periodicals includes republic as California, was the guest of Leland Stanford in September authors in all departments of literature. California Historical Society Quarterly You are all familiar with the story told by Bertha Berner in her biography that her father said that the waters rose and surrounded the house, and The son was six years of age when the family moved to San Francisco. No doubt, there are invitations, photographs, original letters, with the request that the sum be distributed among the more worthy Sacramento. unique and faultless structure. dramas revived. addition to his other assessments there was listed against him the following the department for clerks and his private office, the whole complete in house in a very frugal manner, and Mrs. Stanford did her own At that time there was no and are lofty and elegant, being 16 feet high. charter life members of the Sacramento Library Association, which later large silver platter with a cover and placed it in the center of the table. hurried words of welcome he drew Mrs. Hayes's arm within his own, led Ella Sterling Mighels, who knew the Governor as a tiny child, once wrote At the top, the engine and one car caretaker who had served in that capacity since Senator and Mrs. Stanford alongside and pitched in some hay for her and she settled down peacefully They had been married eighteen years and had not before been Church & Clark of Sacramento furnish the music. rear of 20 feet by 31. another wing to which is attached the Governor's Fayette Warren, who restored the grounds after the flood, appeared in the rear of 20 feet by 31. another wing to which is attached the Governor's
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