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R. L. Polk & Companys Visalia City and Tulare County Directory, R.L. Polk & Co., Sacramento, Calif.: R. L. Polk & Co. (“Notes: Description based on: Vol. 1 (1913).”)

The Railroad Story of San Diego County, by Irene Ladd Phillips, Fiesta del Pacifico edition, National City, Calif.: South Bay Press, 1956, 76 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Railroads and Steamers of Lake Tahoe, by Owen F. McKeon, San Mateo: Western Railroader, 1946, 22 pp.

Railroads in Napa County: Why They Came and Why They Failed, by John Wichels, Napa, Calif.: Napa County Historical Society, 1979, 17 leaves. (from California State Library search)

Rails Across the Ranchos, by Loren Nicholson, Centennial edition, San Luis Obispo, Calif.: California Heritage Pub. Assoc., 1993, 197 pp. (from California State Library search)

Ranch of D. & T. Williams of Williams Bros., San Jose, California, Goodrich’s Free Stone Quarry, on Almaden Road, 8 miles South of San Jose, California, (Map) by Thompson & West, David Rumsey Historical Map Collection, Cartography Associates, 1876. (Historical atlas map of Santa Clara County, California. p. 59.)

Raymond Granite (Company) Historical File [microform], publishedbetween 1954 and 1987?”, “Description [ca. 100 items] Note Also includes various copies of: Granite Forum, Cold Spring Granite, Granite Columns and Building Stone News. Note Collection contains land title documents including a 1954 deed, agricultural census forms, company and granite industry newsletters, maps, mining permit applications, a 1970's Raymond Granite Company employee list, Fish & Game regulations for stocking fish and hunting on private lands, and assorted newspaper clippings, most from the 1960's through the mid-1980's. Contents Reel 1. Academy Quarry maps & legal papers through class paper.--Reel 2. History of Raymond Granite through Shaw Quarry purchase.--Reel 3. Cold Spring newspaper through Fish & Games law.” (from California State Library search)

Raymond Granite Company, Raymond, Fresno County, California, R.J. Waters & Company, photographic views, 2 albums, views of quarry, stone cutting and transportation, and of buildings built with Raymond granite, ca 1924. (Information from California Digital Library, MELVYL Catalog.)

Raymond Granite Company - Quarry of the Raymond Granite Company, Raymond, Fresno County, California (2 Photographs),  photographed by I.W. Taber, ca. 1895. (“Note:...Use of originals only by permission of the Curator of Pictorial Collections, The Bancroft Library.”) (Information from California Digital Library, MELVYL Catalog.)

“Recent Improvements Make Permanente Cement Plants World's Largest,” Pit and Quarry, vol. 36, no. 1, 1943, pp. 70.

Record of the San Joaquin Valley, California, Chicago: The Chapman Publishing Company, 1905. (from California State Library search)

Records of Marin County, California, compiled by Florece Carney Joy Lehmann and Barbara Wyatt, Marin County Genealogical Society, San Francisco, Calif.: Daughters of the American Revolution, Sequoia Chapter, 1989, 77 leaves. (from California State Library search)

Recycling History: New Lives for Old Buildings, San Rafael, Calif.: Marin Heritage: Marine County Board of Realtors, 1976, 39 pp. (from California State Library search)

Redding, California Folio - U. S. Geological Survey Folio #138, by J.S. Diller, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C., U. S. Geological Survey, 1906, 14, (1) pp., 3 maps.) (from California State Library search)

Redefining the Inland Valley: Illustrated History, Driving Tours and Resources(Los Angeles County and Riverside County, California), by Bob Smith, Claremont, CA: Landmark Graphics, 1999, 182 pp. (from California State Library search)

Reference Book of Stilwell-Carre Mercantile Agency, Inc. San Francisco, Oakland and Vicinity, 1901-1902, San Francisco: Stilwell-Carre Mercantile Agency, 1900, 1 vol. (from California State Library search)

Redwood Sanctuary, Honey Williams, Mid-Coast Investments   (Description of the Alder Trust Property, Bixby Canyon, Big Sur, California)

Regional Reconnaissance and Critique, Region 6: San Joaquin Valley and Central Sierra, California State Office of Planning, Hanford, Calif.: 1963, 150 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines and Minerals, California State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: California State Mining Bureau, 18--? - 19--?. (“Summary: Chiefly, statistical tables. Contents: V. 1. Calaveras County; Nevada County; Plumas County; Siskiyou County; Trinity County--v. 2. Map and register of the oil wells of Los Angeles City, California; Sierra County; Tuolumne County; Amador County; Butte County; Mariposa County; Kern County--v. 3. Lake County; Placer County; El Dorado County; Inyo County; Shasta County; San Bernardino County; San Diego County.”) (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Amador County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1903. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Butte County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1904, 12 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Calaveras County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1900, 49 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: El Dorado County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1902, 29 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Register of Mines and Minerals in El Dorado County, California,” by J. T. Armstrong, California Mining Register of Mines, December, 1904.

Register of Mines And Minerals: Inyo County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1902?. (“Data collected March, 1902.”) (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Kern County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1904. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Mariposa County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1903, 14 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Nevada County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 190?. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Placer County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1902, 20 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Plumas County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, Sacramento: A. J. Johnston, Superintendent State Printing, 1900. (Data collected 1898.) (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: San Bernardino County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1902. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: San Diego County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1902, 15 pp. (“Data collected October 1902.”) (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Santa Barbara County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1906. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Shasta County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1902, 25 pp. (“Data collected March, 1902.” (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Sierra County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1903. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Sierra Nevada Counties, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1900-1906, by Craig Crouch. (“Publisher: Publisher: Rocklin, CA: Craig Crouch, c2003. Description: 1 CD-ROM “Contents: Amador County, 1903--Butte County, 1904--Calaveras County, 1900--El Dorado County, 1902--Mariposa County, 1903--Nevada County, 190 --Placer County, 1902--Plumas County, 1900--Sierra County, 1903--Tuolumne County, 1903--Yuba County, 1905.”) (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: County of Siskiyou, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1898, 49 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: County of Trinity, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1900, 46 pp. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Tuolumne County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1903. (from California State Library search)

Register of Mines And Minerals: Yuba County, California, issued by the State Mining Bureau, San Francisco: The State Mining Bureau, 1905. (from California State Library search)

Reminiscences of Santa Clara Valley and San Jose: With the souvenir of the Carnival of Roses held in Honor of the Visit of President McKinley, Santa Clara County, California, May 13-14-15--1901, by Amaury Mars, San Francisco: Artistic Publishing Company, 1901 (Mysell-Rollins Co.), 1901, 276 pp.

Report VIII of the State Mineralogist, State of California, 1888. (Information on Mono County: pp. 353, 354, 356, 361, 382-401.)

Report XII of the State Mineralogist, State of California, 1894. (Information on Mono County: pp. 177, 184, 419.)

Report XIII of the State Mineralogist, State of California, 1895-96. (Information on Mono County: pp. 227, 232, 640.)

Report XV of the State Mineralogist, Mines and Mineral Resources of Portions of California, Chapters of State Mineralogist’s Report Biennial Period 1995-1996, Part I. Alpine County, Inyo County, Mono County, California State Mining Bureau, 1919. Part II. The Counties of Butte, Lassen, Modoc, Sutter and Tehama, California.

Report of Building Stones (of California),” by A. W. Jackson, Seventh Annual Report of the State Mineralogist, 1888, pp. 205-214.  (This book is available on Google Books – Full View Books.)

"Report on Portland Cement Industry," Geological Survey of New Jersey, Annual Report of the State Geologist for the year 1900, pp. 9-101.

Report...on Sacramento County's Participation in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Held in San Francisco, and the Panama-California Exposition Held in San Diego, with report of Sacramento Valley Exposition Commissioners appended and filed with the Board of Supervisors of Sacramento County, Sacramento Calif.: Exposition Commission, 1916, 56 pp.

"Report on the Building Stones of the United States and Statistics of the Quarry Industry for 1880," Census Office, pp. 96-97, 352-353, 1884.

Report on the Geology of the Coast Range, by J. B. Trask, California Legislature, 5th sess., S. Jour., Dec. 9, 1854.

Report on the History of the Grover Hot Springs State Park Area and Surrounding Region of Alpine County, by W. Turrentine Jackson, Sacramento?: 1964, 96 pp.

Report on the Sonoma Trap Rock Quarry and the Proposed Railway and Barge Line for Delivery of Crushed Rock and Belgian Blocks to San Francisco, (Archive/ Manuscript), James D. Schuyler, 1907. (Information from California Digital Library, MELVYL Catalog.)

Report Upon the Geology of California, by P. O. Tyson, 31st Cong., 1st sess., S. Ex. Doc. 47, 1851.

Reproduction of Fariss and Smith's History of Plumas, Lassen & Sierra Counties, California, 1882: and biographical sketches of their prominent men and pioneers, with introduction by W. H. Hutchinson, Berkely, Calif.: Howell-North Books, 1971, 507 pp. (“Uniform Title: Illustrated history of Plumas, Lassen & Sierra Counties.”)

Reproduction of Thompson and West's History of Sacramento County, California: with illustrations, introduction by Allan R. Ottley, Berkeley, Calif.: Howell-North, 1960, 294 pp. (from California State Library search)

Reproduction of Thompson and West's History of Sutter County, California, by Wm. H. Chamberlain and Harry L. Wells, with introduction by Earl Ramey, Berkeley, Calif.: Howell-North Books, 1974, 127 pp. (“Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Oakland, Calif.: Thompson & West, 1879”) (from California State Library search)

Reproduction of Wallace W. Elliott's History of San Bernardino and San Diego Counties, California: with illustrations: 1883: Including material on present-day Riverside County, introduction by Harry W. Lawton, sponsored by the Riverside Museaum Associates, Riverside, Calif.: Riverside Museum Press, 1965, 20 pp. (“Notes: Reprint. Originally published: San Francisco: Wallace W. Elliott and Company, 1883.”) (from California State Library search)

Reproduction of Wells' and Chambers' History of Butte County, California, 1882, and biographical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers, with introd. by W. H. Hutchinson, Berkeley, Calif.: Howell-North Books, 1973, 305 pp. (“Notes: Reprint. Originally published: San Francisco: H.L. Wells, 1882.”) (from California State Library search)

A Research Guide to the History of San Luis Obispo County, California, by Joseph B. Romney, Rexburg, Idaho: Millhollow Publishers, 1983, 106 pp. (from California State Library search)

"Research in Mining and the Mineral Industries in California," California Journal of Mines and Geology, Vol. 54, No. 4, State of California, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mines, San Francisco, California, October, 1958, pp. 585-594.

Resorts of California, San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1957, 1 case (12 folders). (from California State Library search)

The Resources and Attractions of San Luis Obispo County, California; Facts Regarding Climate, Soil, Minerals, Agricultural, Grazing, Fruit and Vine Land Forests, Scenery, Game and Fish, and Reliable Information on Other Topics Applicable to the Wants of The Homeseeker, Capitalist and Tourist, by C. H. Phillips & others, San Luis Obispo County, California, Board of Trade, San Luis Obispo, Tribune Printing Co., 1887, 38 pp. (from California State Library search)

Resources at the Library of the Solano County Genealogical Society, Inc., compiled by Cordell Cowart, Fairfield, Calif.: The Solano County Genealogical Society, Inc., 1994, 219 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of Alameda County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Resources of Amador County, ” W. H. Storms, California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Resources of Butte County; An Address Delivered Before the Butte County Teachers' Institute, November 13, 1882, Oroville, Calif.: Weekly Mercury, 1882. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of Calaveras County, ” H. W. H. Penniman, California Mines and Minerals, publishedby the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Resources of El Dorado County, endorsed by the board of supervisors, Placerville, California, Fellows & Selkirk, 1887, 208 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of El Dorado County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Resources of Fresno County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Resources of Mariposa County,” W. H. Storms, California Mines and Minerals, publishedby the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Resources of Monterey County, California: Including the Great Salinas Valley, compiled by A.W. Butler, Salinas, Calif.: Mayor and Common Council of Salinas City, 1875, 16 pp. (“Notes: Business directory and advertisements....”) (from California State Library search)

Resources of Napa County, California, Illustrated and Described, Napa, California, published by authority of the Board of Supervisors, 1887, 40 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of Nevada County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Resources of Northern California,” M. E. Dittmar, California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Resources of Placer County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Resources of Placer County, California, issued upon the authority of the Placer County Improvement and Development Association and compiled by the following committee...Robt. Hector, chairman...et al.; J.H. Wills, secretary Placer County Improvement and Development Association, Auburn, Calif.: Press of the Placer Herald, 1902. (from California State Library search)

Resources of Placer County: Its Climate and Advantages as a Place of Residence and Health, George W. Herr and Sacramento History Online: 2002-2003, Auburn, Calif.: G. W. Herr, 1883, 16 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of Plumas County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Resources of Sacramento County, California, compiled from reports of the State Board of Agriculture, and other reliable sources, by the Board of Supervisors and the Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento, Calif.: 1899, 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

Resources of Sacramento County, California, compiled by the Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento, Calif.: Press of the H. S. Crocker Co., 1903?, 15 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Resources of San Joaquin County, California: A Review of Its Agricultural, Manufacturing and Commercial Interests, Wilson R. Ellis, Stockton, Cal., editor, Stockton, Cal.: W. R. Elliss, 1886 (San Francisco: Bacon & Company), 64 pp. (from California State Library search)

Resources of San Luis Obispo County, California. Its Geography, Climate, Location, Soil, Productions and Institutions. Its Attractions as a Place of Resort, and Its Advantages as a Place of Resort, and Its Advantages as a Place of Residence, compiled by De Guy Cooper, San Francisco: Bacon & Co., 1875, 63 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of Sierra County,” California Mines and Minerals, publishedby the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

“Resources of Southern California,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Resources of the Southern San Joaquin Valley, California. Fresno, Tulare, and Kern Counties: Topography, Soil, Climate, Productions, Railroads and General Advantages; 1,000,000 Acres of Government Land Subject to Homestead and Pre-emption..., San Francisco: Immigration Association of California, 1885, 78 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Resources of Tuolumne County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

The Resources of Vallejo: Containing a Statement of the Great Natural Advantages of the Place, Showing That it is the Most Convenient Seaport, the Safest Harbor, the Natural Railway Centre, and the Best Manufacturing Site, with a Prospect of Becoming the Commercial and Financial Metropolis of California, by John S. Hittell and the California Surveyor General’s Office, Statistical Report of the Surveyor, Valley: 1869, 71 pp. (“Notes:...’A series of articles reprinted from the Solano County Adviser, 1868-1869....”) (from California State Library search)

Resources of Yolo County, California, by Ed. E. Leake, Woodland Chamber of Commerce.

Resources of Yolo County, California, Woodland, Calif.: Democrat Press, (1910?) 52 pp. (Available at the California State Library and the University of California - Berkeley, Bancroft Library. Citation from the California Digital Library.)

“Resources of Yuba County,” California Mines and Minerals, published by the California Miners' Association under the direction of Edward H. Benjamin, secretary of the California meeting of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, San Francisco, Press of L. Roesch, 1899, 450 pp.

Results of the San Francisco Disaster,” pp. 429-430, 432; “Damage to Marble and Granite Trade” pp. 430, 432; “The First Monument for the New San Francisco” (the California Volunteers’ Monument by Douglas Tilden, Sc.), pp. 428; and “Damage in Cemeteries” (in San Francisco), pp. 432, all articles from The Monumental News, Vol. XVII, No. 6, June 1906.

A Review of Mining in California During 1919, with notes on the outlook for 1920 labor conditions, needs of the industry, California State Mining Bureau Preliminary Report 6, 1920.

A Review of Mining in California During 1921, with notes on the outlook for 1922 labor conditions, California State Mining Bureau Preliminary Report 8, 1922, 69 pp.

Rider's California, by F. Rider and F. T. Cooper, New York: The MacMillan Co., 1925.

Riverside and Vicinity, Columbus, Ohio: Ward Bros., 1887, 5 pp. (“Notes: Cover title: Souvenir of Riverside and Vicinity, Cal., Home of the Orange.”) (from California State Library search)

Riverside City & County Directories, Riverside, Calif.: Custom Microfilm Systerms, 198-. (“Notes:...Includes directors for 1889 through 1966.”) (from California State Library search)

Riverside County, California, Corona, Calif.: Hildreth Brothers (“between 1906 and 1910?”) (from California State Library search)

Riverside County, California, Riverside, Calif.: 1914?, Riverside, Calif.: Cloister Print Shop, M.J. Westerfield. (from California State Library search)

Riverside County, California - Map of Riverside County, California, Showing Locations of Mines and Mineral Resources, by R.B. Saul, Clifton H. Gray, and J. R. Evans, Sacramento ?: California Division of Mines and Geology, 1968. (Map) (from California State Library search)

Riverside County in Southern California, Riverside, Riverside County Board of Trade, 1961? (from California State Library search)

Riverside County Local History Catalog, Riverside City and County Public Library, Riverside, Calif.: the Riverside City and County Public Library, 1987. (from California State Library search)

Riverside County Local History Collections, Riverside, Calif.?: Riverside City and County Public Library 1984-1985 Cooperative Local History Project (1985?), 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

Riverside County Local History Master Subject Heading List, compiled by Riverside City and County Public Library Cooperative Local History Project, Riverside, CA: the City and County Public Library, 1985, 64 leaves. (from California State Library search)

“Riverside County Mineral Resources,” U. S. Geological Survey, 1882, p. 434.

“Riverside County Mineral Resources,” U. S. Geological Survey, 1883, p. 434.

“Riverside County Mineral Resources,” U. S. Geological Survey, 1891, p. 161.

“Riverside County Mineral Resources,” U. S. Geological Survey, 1892, p. 12.

Riverside County: Past, Present, Future, Land Investment Research Company, Encino, Calif.: 1966. (from California State Library search)

Riverside, California, the Home of the Orange. A general historical, statistical and descriptive review of Riverside, California and Riverside County..., Los Angeles: Ledger Publ. Co. n.d., 74 pp. (from California State Library search)

Roadside Geology of Northern and Central California, by David Alt and Donald W. Hyndman, Mountain Press Publishing Company, Incorporated, November 1999. Paperback, 369 pp., ISBN: 0878424091.

Roadside Geology of Northern California, by David D. Alt and Donald W. Hyndman, Missoula, Montana: Mountain Press Publishing Co., 1975.

The Rock Products Industry of Los Angeles County, H. E. Lowe (address), Am. Inst. Min. Met. Eng., Los Angeles, October 20, 1949.

Rock Solid: The Granite Rock Story: The First 100 Years, by Granite Rock Company, Granite Rock Co., California, 2000. (The Arthur R. Wilson Quarry (originally named the Logan Quarry) was the historic beginning of Granite Rock Company.  The original quarry was located between the Santa Cruz and Gavilan mountain ranges in San Benito County.)

Rocklin, Images of America, by Carmel Barry-Schweyer and Alycia S. Alvarez, Arcadia Publishing, 2009.

Rocklin, Past, Present, Future: An Illustrated History of Rocklin, Placer County, California, from 1864 to 1981, by Leonard M. Davis, Roseville, Calif.: Rocklin Friends of the Library, 1981, 162 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Rocks and Building Stones (in California),” in California State Mining Bureau, Fifth Annual Report of the State Mineralogist for the Year Ending May 15, 1885, pp. 107-120.  (This book is available on Google Books – Full View Books.)

Rocks and Geology in the San Francisco Bay Region (PDF), by Phillip Stoffer, U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin 2195, 2002. 

Rocks and Minerals of the San Francisco Bay Region, by Oliver E. Bowen, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1962, ISBN 0520001583.

Rocks of the Sierra Nevada,” Fourteenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, by H. W. Turner, Part 2, 1894, pp. 435-495.

Romanesque architecture carries on at Stanford,” by Kelly Martin, in Stone World, April 26, 2011.  (This article describes the construction of the new Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) at Stanford University, in Palo Alto, which was built with the use of natural stone:  Glacier Buff limestone (from Kasota, Minnesota)  was used for the front entrance of the building, and Peruvian Buff travertine was used for the paving.)

"Roofing Slates in Eldorado County, California," by W. Lindgren, and H. W. Turner, Geologic Atlas U. S., Folio 3, United States Geological Survey, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1894.

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