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The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California, by Sherburne F. Cook, Salinas, CA, Coyote Press, Berkeley, CA, California Indian Library Collections (distributor); Reprint, originally published in Anthropoligical Records, v. 16, no. 4, Berkeley Univeristy of California Press, 1957. (from California State Library search)

African-Americans on The Central Coast: A Photo Essay Depicting Aspects of The Life Of The African-American Community in The Counties of San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura (California), exhibit compiled and booklet edited by the members of the Black Gold System Advisory Board operating as the Photo Essay Project Task Force, Dorothy Brilliant, photo essay project chair, Ventura, CA, Black Gold Cooperative Library Sistem, 1993. (from California State Library search)

Aggregate Availability in California and accompanying report, MS 52, scale 1:1,100,000, California Geological Survey, 2002.

Aggregate Resources in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Area, by David J. Beeby, Russell V. Miller, Robert L. Hill, and Robert E. Grunwald, MM 010, 1999.

Aggregates in the Greater Los Angeles Area (Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties), California, Special Report 139, 1979 (California Geological Survey)

Agriculture, Horticulture and Viticulture, Woodland, Calif., Democrat Press, Woodland chamber of Commerce, 1910 ?, 52 pp. (from California State Library search)

“An Alteration of Coast Range Serpentine (California),” by A. Knopf, University of California Department of Geol. Sci. Bull., vol. 40, 1906, pp. 425-430.

The Alabaster Cave and Alabaster Lime Quarry (California), by John H. Plimpton, typewritten, 1961. (from California State Library search)

Alameda and Contra Costa Counties Directory, For 1871-73 (California), containing the names, business and location of merchants farmers, manufacturers, professional men, miners, book-keepers, salesmen, clerks, and all adult male citizens of these counties. Also, railroads, stage lines, corporations, companies, mills, schools, churches, etc., County Directory Publishing Company, Sacramento, H. S. Crocker & Co., 1871, 413 pp. (from California State Library search)

Alameda County Directories (1869 through 1948) (California), Sunnyvale, CA, Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

Alameda County, Past & Present (California), by Leslie J. Freeman, San Leandro, Calif., Press of the San Leandro Reporter, 1946, 159 pp. (from California State Library search)

Alameda County, the Eden of the Pacific: The Flower Garden of California, a history of Alameda County from its formation to the present. Its resources and many thriving industries. Souvenir showing its superior advantages as a residence section and a manufacturing center. Citizens who have aided the march of progress, Oakland Tribune, New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1898, 248 pp. (from California State Library search)

Album of Pictures Showing Construction of Dam on Lake Spaulding, Nevada County (California), by Pacific Gas and Electric Company, 1912-1919, 1907-1919 (3 albums).

Album of Views of the Missions of California (pdf), Souvenir Publishing Company, San Francisco/Los Angeles, 1890s.

Front cover of Album of Views of the Missions of California, 1890s Mission Santa Clara (prior to 1900) Mission Santa Barbara

Front cover of Album of Views of the Missions of California, 1890s

Mission Santa Clara
(prior to 1900)

Mission Santa Barbara
(prior to 1900)

Alhambra Valley: Rural America Disappears (California), by Monty Lindstrom and Robert Griffin, Martinez, Calif, Contra Costa County Historical Society, 1970, 35 pp.

Alpine County Report, in California Journal of Mines and Geology, Vol. 28, October 1931, California Dept. of Conservation, Division of Mines and Geology, 1931. (from California State Library search)

Always in Style: A Tour of Stanford Architecture, by Stanford Historical Society, Stanford, California, 1987.

Amador Central Railroad (Images of Rail), Deborah Coleen Cook, Arcadia Publishing, October 10, 2011, 128 pages, ISBN-10: 073857550X, ISBN-13: 978-0738575506.

“Amador County,” by J. A. Brown, California Mining Bureau Report 10, 1890, pp. 98-123.

“Amador County,” Auburn Field Division, by C. A. Logan, California Mining Bureau Report 17, 1921, pp. 412-413.

“Amador County,” Auburn Field Division, by C. A. Logan, California Mining Bureau Report 18, 1923a, pp. 7.

“Amador County,” Auburn Field Division, by C. A. Logan, California Mining Bureau Report 19, 1923b, pp. 94-96, 143.

“Amador County,” Auburn Field Division, by C. A. Logan, California Mining Bureau Report 20, 1924, pp. 73-75.

“Amador County,” Auburn Field Division, by C. A. Logan, California Mining Bureau Report 23, 1927, pp. 131-202.

Amador County, California Mineral Bureau Report 14 (California), by W. Burling Tucker, 1914, pp. 3-54.

“Amador County” Counties of California, Mineral Production and Significant Mining Activities in 1949, C. V. Averill and L. A. Norman, Jr., Eds, California Journal of Mines and Geology, Vol. 27, pp. 310-312.

Amador County,” in Counties of California, Mineral Resources and Mineral Production During 1947, California Division of Mines Bulletin 142, Olaf P. Jenkins, ed., 1949. (Amador County, pp. 33-35.)

“Amador County” in Eighth Report of the State Mineralogist for Two Years Ending October 1, 1888, California Mining Bureau Report 8, 948 pp. (Amador County, pp. 41-115.)

“Amador County,” by Wm. Irelan, Jr., in Eleventh Report of the State Mineralogist for Two Years Ending September 15, 1892, California Mining Bureau Report 11, 1892, 612 pp. (Amador County, pp. 139-149.)

“Amador County,” by E. B. Preston, California State Mining Bureau Report 11, 1893, pp. 139-149.

“Amador County” in Register of Mines and Minerals, Amador County, California, by J. B. Tregloan, California Mining Bureau Register of Mines No. 12, 1903, pp. 13-14.

“Amador County,” by Wm. Irelan, Jr., in Tenth Report of the State Mineralogist for the Year Ending December 1, 1890, California Mining Bureau Report 8, 983 pp. (Amador County, pp. 98-123.)

American Cements, by U. Cummings, Boston, 1898.

An Alphabetical Bibliography of Books and Research Papers on The History of Tulare County, California, compiled by Rodney Prestige Homer, Porterville, California, 1971. (from California State Library search)

Amador County Atlas and Classified Index, 1975-1976 (California), cover and maps by Lary Schuman, Pioneer, CA, California Traveler, Inc., c 1975. (from California State Library search)

Amador County History (California), Mrs. J. L. Sargent, Editor, Publisher: Jackson, Calif., Amador County Federation of Women's Clubs, 1927, 127 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Amador County History, Index to (California), compiled and published by Catherine Cissna, and Judy Norris, Jackson, Calif., Hanging Tree Publications, 1980, 46 pp. (from California State Library search)

Amador County: Photograph Album (California), by McCurry Foto Company, 1900?–1915?, 1 album (50 black and white photoprints). (from California State Library search)

Amador County's 150th: Special Souvenir Edition (California), Jackson, Calif., Fun Times Pub. Co., 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

American Land and Trust Co. - Records, ca. 1887-1911 (California), by Charles W. Wright, American Land and Trust Co. (4 manuscript boxes) (Some of the records relate to purchases of building materials. See the search entry for complete details. (from California State Library search)

An Enduring Heritage:  Historic Buildings of the San Francisco Peninsula, by Dorothy F. Regnery, photos by Jack E. Boucher, sponsored by the Junior League of Palo Alto, Inc., in cooperation with the Historic American Buildings Survey of the National Park Service, Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1976, 124 pp. (from California State Library search)

Angel Island:  Images of America, by Branwell Fanning, William Wong, Arcadia Publishing, 2007, 128 pp., ISBN-10: 0738547190, ISBN-13: 978-0738547190.

Angel Island, Jewel of San Francisco Bay (California), by Francis J. Clauss, Briarcliff Press, 1982. (from California State Library search)

Angel Island State Park (California), California Department of Parks and Recreation. (from California State Library search)

Angel Island State Park West Garrison Preservation and Stabilization: 1973-74, California Deparment of Parks and Recreation. (from California State Library search)

Annals of San Francisco with Biographical Memoirs of Some Prominent Citizens, published by D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1855, 824 pp.

Annals of Stanislaus County (California), by I. N. "Jack" Brotherton, Santa Cruz, Western Tanager Press, c1982. (from California State Library search)

The Annals of Trinity County (California), by Isaac Cox, Eugene Oregon, printed for Harold C. Holmes by John Henry Nash of the University of Oregon, 1940, 265 pp. (from California State Library search)

Annals of Tuolumne County (California), by Thomas R. Stoddart, Sonora, Calif., Mother Lode Press, c1963, 288 pp. (from California State Library search)

An Annotated Bibliography of The History of Del Norte and Humboldt Counties (California), compiled by J. Carlyle Parker, based on a preliminary study by R. Dean Galloway, Arcata, Calif., Humboldt State College Library, 1960, 87 pp. (from California State Library search)

An Annotated Bibliography of Orange County Sources (California), by Stephen Gould, Tustin, Calif., Western Association for the Advancement of Local History, 1988, 93 leaves. (An historical keepsake commemorating the 100 th year centennial addniversary of Orange County. Only 25 copies printed.) (from California State Library search)

Anson Stiles Blake Business Records, 1897-1938, by Anson Stiles Blake, San Pablo Quarry Company, Blake and Bilger Company, Blake Brothers Company, San Francisco Quarries Company. (Available at the California Historical Society in San Francisco, California.)

Anson Stiles Blake Business Records - Photographs from Anson Stiles Blake Business Records, by Anson Stiles Blake, Visual Material. (Available at the California Historical Society in San Francisco, California.)

Annual Report of the Arkansas Geological Survey, 1890, Vol. IV, pp. 175. (Contains information on marble in California.)

“The Appalachian Type of Folding in the White Mountain Range of Inyo County, California,” by C. D. Walcott, Am. Jour. Sci., 3 rd Series, vol. 49, 1895, pp. 169-174.

Appendix to Journal of the Senate of the Eleventh Session of the Legislature of the State of California, Sacramento:  C. T. Botts, State Printer, 1860.  (This book is available on Google Book Search.)

Archeological Evaluation of the Greystone Quarry in the Santa Teresa Hills: Report, 1978, by Archeological Resource M.

Architect's Handbook: Standard Specifications for Interior Marble and Exterior Veneer, Marble Institute of America, Inc., 1948, 20 pp. (from California State Library search)

Architectural Guidebook to The National Parks:  California, Oregon, Washington, Harvey H. Kaiser, Salt Lake City, Gibbs Smith, 2002, 280 pp. ISBN 1586850660.  (from California State Library search)

Architectural Series: Russian Hill (San Francisco, California), by Christopher Verplanck, San Francisco: California Apartment Association, 2003.

Architecture (Orange County, California), Orange County, San Francisco, California Historical Project, Works Progress Administration, 1937. (from California State Library search)

Architecture Napa: A Guide To The Land, The Buildings, and Styles of Napa County (California), by Kathleen FitzGerald, Napa, Calif., Napa Landmarks, c1979, 41 pp. (from California State Library search)

Architecture: A Window on The Past, edited by Richard Voelkel, Centennial edition, Santa Ana, CA, Orange County Historical Society, 1989, c 1988, 159 pp. (from California State Library search)

Art in California: A Survey of American Art with Special Reference to Californian Painting Sculpture and Architecture Past and Present Particularly as those Arts were Represented at the Panama Pacific International Exposition, by Bruce Porter, et al., San Francisco: R.L. Bernier, 1916.

Atlas of Fresno County, California, by William Harvey, Fresno, Calif., 1907, 75 pp. (from California State Library search)

Auburn and Placer County: Crossroads of a Golden Era (California), by A. Thomas Homer and Betty Roby, produced in cooperation with the Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce, Northridge, Calif., Windsor Publications, 1988, 136 pp. (from California State Library search)

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