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Oakland and Alameda County: Industrial Growth, 1915-1919, Oakland ?, Calif.: 1919?, 57 pp. (from California State Library search)

Oakland and Surroundings: Iillustrated and Described, Showing Its Advantages for Residence or Business, Oakland, Calif.: W. W. Elliott, 1885, 157 pp. (from California State Library search)

Oakland, “Athens of the Pacific...Also facts and figures of Alameda County...,” by George W. Calderwood, Oakland, Cal.: G. T. Loofbourow & Co., 1897. (from California State Library search)

Oakland's Chinatown, published by William Wong, Chicago, IL: Arcadia Pub., 204, 128 pp. (Images of America series)

"Occurrence and Use of Nonmetallic Commodities in Southern California," by L. A. Wright, C. W. Chesterman, and L. A. Norman, Jr., California Division of Mines Bulletin 170, Chapter VIII, 1954, p. 68.

Occurrences and Uses of Dolomite in the United States, by S. F. Colby, U.S. Bur. Mines Inf. Circ. 7192, 1941, 21 p.

“Of Rocks and Rails: The Story of Raymond” (Madera County, California), by Sharon Giacomazzi in Sierra Heritage, May/June 1995, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 51-58. (This article contains information on the Raymond/Knowles granite quarries.)

Official Historical Atlas Map of Fresno County, compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys by Thos. H. Thompson, Tulare, Calif.: T. H. Thompson, 1891, 122 pp. (from California State Library search)

Official Historical Atlas Map of Tulare County, compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys by Thomas H. Thompson, Tulare, Calif.: 1892. (from California State Library search)

Official Historical Atlas Map of Tulare County, compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys by Thos. H. Thompson, Visalia, Calif.: 1973, 149 pp. (from California State Library search)

Official Map of Calaveras County, California: Compiled from United States official surveys; mines and mining claims as shown by records of county; Mother Lode as shown by state mineralogist; wagon roads and trails as shown by United States survey; reservoirs, water ditches from private surveys; supervisor, school and road district boundaries, by J. J. Agostini and Britton & Rey, San Andreas, Cal.: published by J. J. Agostini, 1904. (from California State Library search)

Official Map of Colusa County, California, compiled from official records by Raymond Houx, licensed surveyor and draughtsman, and J.W. Kaerth, county surveyor, California?: Colusa County Historical Records Commission?, 2000?. (“Notes: Facsimile reproduction. Originally published: Colusa, Cal.: R. Houx, 1902 (Britton & Rey).”) (“Cadastral map showing landowners. Shows railroads, wagon roads, canals, levees, etc.; color coded to indicate boundaries of irrigation districts, voting precincts, and school districts. Table explains which voting precincts comprise supervisorial districts and judicial townships. Mileage table displays distances among local towns.”) (from California State Library search)

Official Map of Yuba County, California, with Judicial Districts, Yuba County, Marysville, Calif., 1966. (“Notes: Originally published in 1941.”) (from California State Library search)

Old Buildings: Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties, by Baxter Sperry, Galt, Calif.: Laurel Hill Press, 1970, 4 pp. (from California State Library search)

Old California Mines (1899), by Charles Yale, Fort Davis, Tex.: Frontier Book Co., 1967, 73 pp.

Old Lime Kilns Near Olema,” by Adan E. Treganza, in Geologic Guidebook of The San Francisco Bay Counties, Prepared under the direction of Olaf P. Jenkins, California Division of Mines Bulletin 154, San Francisco:  December 1951, pp. 65-72.

“The Old Lime Kilns of Marin County,” by B. Brown, California Historical Society Quarterly, vol. 19, 1940.

Old Mines of Southern California, 1966 reprint of The Report of the State Mineralogist 1893, Frontier Book Co., Toyahvale, Texas, 2 nd printing 1966, 96 pp. (Desert, Mountain, Coastal Areas; Including the Calico, Salton Sea, Colorado River Districts and Southern Counties. Gem Marble Quarries, Lime and Granite Quarries)

Old Napa Valley: The History to 1900, by Lin Weber, St. Helena, CA: Wine Ventures Pub., 1998, 277 pp. (from California State Library search)

Old Times in Contra Costa: A Journey To the Past, by Robert Daras Tatam with Emily Tatam, Earl Berkeley, and Paul Anderson, Pittsburg, Calif.: Highland Publishers, 4 th ed., October 1996.

Old Times in Stanislaus County: A Journey to the Past, by Robert Daras Tatam with Loicy Myers, Pittsburg, Calif.: Highland Publishers, 1994, 178 pp. (from California State Library search)

"On a California Roofing Slate of Igneous Origin," by Edwin C. Eckel, Jour. Geol., Vol. 12, No. 1, 1904, pp. 15-24.

"On a Rock from the Vicinity of Berkeley Containing a New Soda Amphilbole," by Charles Palache, University of California Dept. Geol. Sci. Bull., vol. 1, 1894, pp. 181-192.

“On Some Glaucophane and Associated Schists in the Coast Ranges of California,” by E. H. Nutter and W. B. Barker, Jour. Geology, vol. 10, 1992, pp. 738-744.

On the Building Stones of California, by A. Wendell Jackson, Berkeley: University of California, Dept. of Mineralogy, Petrography, and Economic Geology, Berkeley, published for the Regents of the University, 1888.

On the Edge of the World: Four Architects in San Francisco at the Turn of the Century, by Richard Longstreth, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.

"On The Evidence of Horizontal Crushing in the Formations of the Coast Ranges of California," by Joseph LeConte, Am. Jour. Sci.,, 3rd ser. vol. 11.

"On Wollastonite and Parawollastonite," by M. A. Peacock, Am. Jour. Sci., 30, 1935, pp. 495-529.

Once Upon A Desert: A Bicentennial Project, Patricia Jernigan Keeling, editor, Barstow, Calif.: Mojave River Valley Museum Association, 1976, 260 pp. (from California State Library search)

One Hundred Years of History, Recreation, Lore in Alpine County, California, 1864-1964, prepared by the Alpine Centennial Book Committee, Markleeville, Calif.: 1964?, 66 pp. (from California State Library search)

One Hundred Years of Humboldt County Culture and Artistry, 1850 to 1950, text, Virginia M. Fields, layout and design, Peter E. Palmquist, Eureka, Calif.: Humboldt Cultural Center, 1986, 112 pp. (“Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held June 7-Sept. 27 at the Humboldt Cultural Center, Eureka, Calif.”)

“Operations of the Granite Rock Company Quarry and Plant at Logan, San Benito County,” California Division of Mines and Geology Bulletin 133, by Royal E. Fowle, California Division of Mines and Geology, 1946, pp. 77-78.

Orange City and Southern Orange County Directories (1907-1947), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1994. (from California State Library search)

Orange County: A Bibliography of Historical, Geographic, Political, Economic, Agricultural, Archaeological, Ethnic, Environmental, Biographic, and Other County Sources, byStephen Gould, Centennial edition, Anaheim, Calif.: printed by Shumway Family History Services, 1898, 118 leaves. (“Notes: ‘This historical keepsake and limited first edition commemorating the centennial anniversary of Orange County is one of forty copies....’”) (from California State Library search)

Orange County, A Centennial Celebration: Sections of Orange, by Doris Walker, edited by Myrtle D. Malone, company editorials, Myrtle D. Malone and Marsha C. Tucker, Houston, Tex.: Pioneer Publications, 1989, 350 pp. (from California State Library search)

Orange County: A History and Celebration, by Steve Emmons, Los Angeles, CA: Times Mirror, Inc., 1988, published by Harry N. Abrams, Inc., New York, ISBN: 0-8109-1426-3. (from California State Library search)

Orange County - and the - Santa Ana Valley, Southern California, Santa Ana, Calif.: Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce, 1900, 44 pp. (from California State Library search)

Orange County Bibliography, Orange County Historical Project, San Francisco, Coordinator of Statistical Projects, Works Progress Administration, 1937?.

Orange County, California - Map of Orange County, California, 1912, Santa Ana, Calif.: L. H. Padgham, 1912. (Map) (from California State Library search)

Orange County, California: The Majestic Empire, prepared by the County of Orange Board of Supervisors, Santa Ana, Calif.: Orange County Board of Supervisors, 1964. (from California State Library search)

Orange County Coast Cities Directories (1918-1949), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1994. (from California State Library search)

Orange County Coast Cities Directories (1899-1950), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1994. (from California State Library search)

Orange County: Indians to industry, by C.E. and Marilyn Parker, Santa ana, Calif.: Orange County Title Co., 1963, 95 pp. (from California State Library search)

Orange County: Its Economic Growth, 1940-1980, by William S. Lund, prepared for Orange County Board of Supervisors, Santa Ana, California, 1959. (from California State Library search)

Orange County, Its Towns and Cities: An Annotated Bibliography, by Stephen Gould, Yorba Linda, Calif.: Shumway Family History Services, 1989, 177 leaves. (from California State Library search)

Orange County Local History, 1869-1971: A Preliminary Bibliography, Santa Ana, Saddleback Books, 1972, 14 pp. (from California State Library search)

Orange County Scene: A Look at Orange County's Colorful Past, by Michael Kilroy, Berkeley, CA: MacPherson Publishing Co., 1997.

Orange County Through Four Centuries, by Leo J. Friis, Santa Ana, Calif.: Pioneer Press, 1965, 225 pp.

"Ornamental Marble near Barstow, California," Bulletin 540-K, by R. W. Pack, U. S. Geological Survey, 1914, pp. 363-368.

Our Country; A Story of Stanislaus, by Joseph Burton Vasche, Modesto, Calif.: Stanislaus County Schools, 1950, 88 pp.

Outline History of Santa Clara County, California, by Alma M. Patterson and Bessie McCabe, San Jose: Melvin Roberts & Horwarth, 1924, 11 pp. (from California State Library search)

"Over North" in Sierra County, by James J. Sinnott, Fresno, Calif.: Mid-Cal Publishers, 1977, 295 pp. (from California State Library search)

Owens Lake and Vicinity, California - Special Topographic Map, U.S. Geological Survey, 1911. (Scale, 1:125,000.)

 

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