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Sacramento, California: The World's Garden Valley, Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento: Anderson Printing Co., 1926?, 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento City and County Directories (1882-1901), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento City and County Directory (1888-1889), San Francisco, Calif.: McKenney Directory Co. “Publisher varies: F. M. Husted, 1889/90” (from California State Library search)

Sacramento City and County Directory (1903), Sacramento, Calif.: H. S. Crocker, Co. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento City and County, California, 1905, Sacramento: Sacramento Chamber of Commerce, 1905, A. J. Johnston Co., 31 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento City and County, California: The Capital and the Garden of an Empire, by W. B. Thorpe, Sacramento: Board of Supervisors of Sacramento County, 1906, 46 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento Valley, California - Special Topographic Map, U.S. Geological Survey, 1910. (Scale, 1:250,000.)

The Saga of Old Tuolumne, by Edna B. Buckbee, New York: R. R. Wilson, 1935, 526 pp.

“San Bernardino 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.

Sacramento, California, Folio - U. S. Geological Survey Folio #5, by Waldemar Lindgren, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C., U.S. Geological Survey, 1894, 3 pp., 4 maps. (See also Folio reprints 3, 5, and 11.) (from California State Library search)

Sacramento County and Its Resources: A Souvenir of The Bee, Sacramento, Calif.: James McClatchy & Co., 1894, 196 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento County, California: Its Resources and Advantages, by Winfield J. Davis, Sacramento: Board of Supervisors of Sacramento County, 1905, 28 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento Directory (1900), Sacramento, Calif.: Sacramento Home Directory Co. (from California State Library search)

Sacramento Directory Company's Sacramento City and County Directory (1911), Sacramento, Calif. (“Notes: ‘The Sacramento Directory Co....has succeeded to the business of the late F.M. Husted and the Crocker directory interests....’”) (from California State Library search)

Sacramento Directory Company's Sacramento City Directory (c1911-c1949), Sacramento, Calif.: Sacramento Directory Co. (“Notes: ‘Continued in 1952 by Sacramento Directory Co.'s Sacramento (Sacramento County, Calif.) city directory.’”) (from California State Library search)

Sacramento Historic City Cemetery, Established 1849, by Joy Gee, Sacramento: California Cultural Assembly, 1999. (Map)

Sacramento History Online (electronic resource): Historic Sacramento photograph and document archive; joint project of California State Library's California History Room, the California State Railroad Museum Library, the Sacramento Archives and Museum Collection Center, and the Sacramento Library's Sacramento Room. (Online Access : <http://www.sacramentohistory.org/>) “Summary: Sacramento History Online is a digital library of rare and primary source materials from the holdings of four Sacramento institutions in the area of transportation and agriculture. Different types of transportation in the Sacramento area include: railroads, cars, airplanes, boats, bicylcels, horse-drawn vehicles. Agriculture in the Sacramento Valley is represented by cropys, agricultural equipment, land, buildings, livestock, and people. The sites also contains eight lesson plans for transportation and eight lesson plans for agriculture corelated with the California History-Social Science Standards for Grade 4, as well as essays about the history of transportation in the Sacramento area and agriculture in the Sacramento Valley, a timeline of Sacramento's history from 1808-1929, and two games, one for transporation and one for agriculture.” (from California State Library search)

The Sacramento Valley, Its Resources and Industries,” by Gen. N. P. Chipman, State Board of Trade, in The Overland Monthly, Samuel Carson, 1901, pp. 887-972. (The Yolo County section on 918-921. Also a photograph from Yolo County is located on pp. 960.)

Sacramento, Yolo, El Dorado, Placer, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Butte, Glenn, Amador and Colusa Counties: Telephone Directory, California: Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co., (1909-1915) (from California State Library search)

Saga of Inyo County, Southern Inyo American Association of Retired Persons, Chapter 183, 1977, 241 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Saga of Old Tuolumne, by Edna Bryan Buckbee, New York: Press of the Pioneers, 1935, 526 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Saga of Old Tuolumne Index, by Edna Bryan Buckbee, Sonora, CA: Tuolumne Genealogical Society. (from California State Library search)

Saint Joseph's Cathedral, Marysville, Yuba County (California), prepared for Joseph A. Baird, Jr., Art 188, University of California, Davis Campus, Dvis, Calif.: 1969. (from California State Library search)

Salton Sink, California - Special Topographic Map, U. S. Geological Survey, 1908. (Scale, 1:5000,000.)

San Bernardino, California, and its Environments, San Bernardino, Calif.: Board of Trade (San Bernardino, Calif.), 190?, 31 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County, California, Redlands, Calif.: Board of Supervisors, 1903, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County, California: A Picture Story: The County of Diversified Products and Unlimited Resources, issued by the Associated Chambers of Commerce, San Bernardino County, San Bernardino?, Calif.: The Chambers, 1925?, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County, California, in the Golden West, by F. Weber Benton, Los Angeles F. Weber Benton, publisher, 1930. (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County, California - Map of San Bernardino County, Cal.(1908), drawn and published by Punnett Brothers, San Francisco: Punnett Brothers, 1908. (Map) (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County Directories (1887-1949), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County, Land of Contrasts, by Walter C. Schuiling, pictorial research by Elizabeth Jochinsen. introduction by Gerald A. Smith, Woodland Hills, Calif.: Windsor Publications, 1984, 207 pp. (“Notes: ‘Produced in association with the San Bernardino County Museum Association.’”) (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino County: The Gateway of Southern California, San Bernardino, Calif.: Authority Board of Supervisors, 19--? (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino Resources, California, San Bernardino, Cal.: W. Wilson, 1885. (from California State Library search)

San Bernardino Valley, California - Mapping the history of San Bernardino Valley, by Arda M. Haenszel and Gerald A. Smith. Illustrated by Linda K. Barrett, San Bernardino, Calif.: San Bernardino County Museum Association, 1961. (1 vols. - Maps) (“Notes: Cover-title. Quarterly of San Bernardino Museum Association, vol. 9, no. 1, Fall 1961.”)

San Diego, California, A County Rich in Resources with Superior Attractions for the People Who Want the Best, by John S. Mills, San Diego, Calif.: Board of Supervisors, Chamber of Commerce of San Diego, California, 1911?, 64 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Diego City and County Directory (1886-1887), Los Angeles, Cal.: A. A. Bynon & Co. (from California State Library search)

San Diego City and County - Map of San Diego City and County (1914), San Diego, Cal.: Rodney Stokes, Co., 1914. (2 maps on 1 sheet) (from California State Library search)

San Diego City, California - Map of San Diego City, Cal.: Showing portion of city south of river and west of 32nd St., San Diego, Cal.: S. E. Hoffman & Co., 1895. (Map) (from California State Library search)

San Diego: Climate, Productions, Resources, Topography...., 4 th edition, San Diego, Union Steam Book and Job Printing Office, 1886, 78 pp. (from California State Library search)

“San Diego County,” by F. J. H. Merrill, California Mining Bureau Report 14, 1916, pp. 713-716.

San Diego County Directories (1886-1950), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

San Diego County Land Register and Business Directory, October, 1885, published quarterly by Judson & Hamilton, San Diego: Union Steam Printing House, 1885, 23 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Diego County Mineral Production for 1880-1923,” in California Journal of Mines and Geology, Vol. 21, No. 3, California Bureau of Mines and Geology.

San Diego County Place-Names: Yesterday's People, Today's Geography, by Lou Stein, San Diego, Calif.: Tofua Press, 1975, 163 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Diego Directory Company’s San Diego (California) City Directory, San Diego: San Diego Directory Co. (“Former Title: Official San Diego City and County Directory 1926, San Diego City and County Directory 1927, San Diego City Directory 1928, San DiegoDirectory Co’s San Diego City and County Directory 1929. Notes: 1926 compiled and published by Frye & Smith.”) (from California State Library search)

San Diego "Our Italy": Illustrative and Descriptive of the Natural Resources, Developments and Prospects of San Diego County: Containing Information for the Capitalist, Home Seeker, Tourist and Invalid, compiled under direction of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce by the Literature Committee, John N. Young..., et al., San Diego, Cal.: San Diego Chamber of Commerce, 1895 (San Diego: Gould, Hutton & Co., Printers), 62 pp.

San Diego, Southern California, the Italy of America: Its Advantages..., edited by Dwight Braman, San Diego: San Diego Land & Town Co., 1892, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Diego, Southern California, the Italy of America: Its Advantages, Climatic, Agricultural and Commercial: Orange and Lemon Growing, Their Profit and Prospects: the Commercial Future of San Diego, Boston, Mass.: Press of C.H. Heintzemann, 1892, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Diego, Yesterdays 1880's, San Diego, Calif.: San Diego Public Library, 1962, 12 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Francisco, 1846-1856: From Hamlet to City, by Roger Lotchin, Oxford: 1974, second edition, University of Illinois, 1997.

San Francisco: A History of the Pacific Coast Metropolis, by John Philip Youn, S. J. Clarke Co., Vols. I and II, 1912, 969 pp.

San Francisco Almanac: Everything You Want to Know About Everyone’s Favorite City, by Gladys Hansen, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1995.

The San Francisco and Alameda Railroad, by John F. Due, San Marino, Calif.: Pacific Railway Journal, 1956, 8 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Francisco Architecture: The Illustrated Guide to Over 1,000 of the Best Buildings, Parks, and Public Artworks in the Bay Area, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1992.

San Francisco: The Bay and Its Cities, edited by Gladys Hansen, originally compiled by the Federal Writers Project Staff of the Works Progress Administration for Northern California, 1940. Hastings House, 1973.

San Francisco: Building the Dream City, by James Beach Alexander and James Lee Heig, San Francisco: Scottwall Associates, Publishers, 2002.

San Francisco, California, Folio - U. S. Geological Survey Folio #193: Tamalpais, San Francisco, Concord, San Mateo, and Haywards Quadrangles, California, by Andrew C. Lawson; Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: U. S. Geological Survey, 1914, 24 (1) pp., 1 sheet of illustrations, 15 maps. (Field edition, 1915, 180 pp., pls., maps.) (from California State Library search)

The San Francisco Earthquake, New York: Stein and Day, 1971.

The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire: A Brief History of the Disaster, New York : Roebling Construction Company, 1906.

San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of April 18, 1906, and Their Effects on Structures and Structural Materials, Bulletin 324, reports by G. K. Gilbert, R. L. Humphrey, J. S. Sewell, and Frank Soulé, with preface by J. A. Holmes, U. S. Geological Survey, 1907, 170 pp.

San Francisco Field Division; Contra Costa, Solano Counties, by D. McK Laizure, California Division of Mines Report 23, 1927.

San Francisco: The Ultimate Guide, by Randolph Delehanty, Chronicle Books, 1989.

San Francisco’s Enchanted Palace, by Ruth Waldo Newhall, Berkeley: Howell-North Books, 1967.

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park:  A Thousand and Seventeen Acres of Stories, by Chris Pollock and Erica Katz, Photographs by Erica Katz and Ken Garcia, Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 2001, 128 pp., ISBN 1558685456, 9781558685451.

San Francisco’s Lost Landmarks, by James R. Smith, Word Dancer Press, June 30, 2005, 236 pp., ISBN: 1884995446.

San Francisco's Marina District, by William Lipsky, Charleston, SC: Arcadia, 2004, 128, ISBN 0738528749. (from California State Library search)

San Francisco's Midwinter Exposition, William Lipsky, Chicago, Ill.: Arcadia Pub., 2002, 128 pp., ISBN 0738520888.  (Image of America Series) (from California State Library search)

San Joaquin County, California: Bits Favorable Location, Rich Soil, Healthy Climate, Varied Productions and General Prosperity, City of Stockton, its Industries, Trade, Commercial Importance And Business Advantages, by Orr & Ruggles, Stockton, J.E. Ruggles, 1887, 130 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Joaquin County Directories: (1881-1950), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

San Joaquin County Italian Guide and Directory - Guida Italian Contea di San Joaquin (1925-1926), Stockton, Calif.: Italian Guide and Directory Co. (from California State Library search)

San Joaquin County: Location, Resources, Commerce, Climate, prepared and distributed by the San Joaquin County Commissioners of the California Midwinter International Exposition, 1894, Stockton, Cal.: Daily Independent Print., 1894, 16 pp. (from California State Library search)

A San Joaquin Valley Review. An Industrial Survey of the Great San Joaquin Valley, Under the Auspices and Co-operation of The Farm Bureaus..., Stockton, Calif.: San Joaquini County Farm Bureau, 1920, 151 pp. (from California State Library search)

The San José City Directory and Business Guide of Santa Clara County for the Year Commencing January 1, 1870...., San Francisco: Bacon & Company, Printers, 1870, 242 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Jose City Directory Including Santa Clara County..., San Jose, Cal.: F. M. Husted, 1887,-c1906. (from California State Library search)

San Jose City Directory Including Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa Cruz Counties (18814-1885), Oakland, Cal.: L. M. McKenney & Co., 1884. (from California State Library search)

San Jose, Then and Now (videorecording), San Jose, Calif.: Santa Clara County Office of Education, San Jose Historical Museum, 1991. (1 videocassette) (“Notes: Tells San Jose California’s history through a 20thcentury postcard collection and original still photograph. Postcard collection, Bill Sullivan; original photography, Linda Goytia. Credits: Producers: Charlotte Powers, Virginia Beck, D. Cordelia Dawley....”)

San Jose's Historic Downtown, by Lauren Miranda Gilbert and Bob Johnson, San Jose Public Library, Acadia Pub., 2004, 128 pp., ISBN 0738529222   (Images of America Series)

San Luis, California, Folio - U.S. Geological Survey San Luis Folio #101, by H. W. Fairbanks, Washington, D.C.: Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, 1904, 1 pp., 2 sheets of illustrations, 4 maps.

San Luis Obispo:  A History in Architecture, by Janet Penn Franks, Charleston, SC, Arcadia, 2004, 128 pp., ISBN 0738529273. (Imags of America Series) (from California State Library search)

San Luis Obispo City and County Directories (1912-1950), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm. (from California State Library search)

San Luis Obispo County and Its Resources: Official Program of the Grand Encampment of California, Paso Robles, Cal., Oct. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 1903, Palo Robles, Calif.?: I.O.O.F. (Independent Order of Odd Fellows), 1903 (Record Press), 30 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Luis Obispo County, California, by A.J. Wells, San Francisco, Calif.: Sunset Magazine Homeseekers’ Bureau, 1910, 31 pp. (from California State Library search)

The San Luis Obispo County Courthouse; An Historical Sketch of its Buildings and Their Setting, by Harold Miossi, San Luis Obispo, Calif.: published by the County of San Luis Obispo, 1971, 16 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Luis Obispo County: Its Climate, Scenery, Soil, Resources and Opportunities, by Leigh H. Irvine, San Luis Obispo, Calif.: San Luis Obispo County Chamber of Commerce, Tribune Print., 1915, 46 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Mateo!: A Sketchbook Tour of the San Francisco Peninsula's Past, by Ken Paul and Alexandra Gautraud, Palo Alto, Calif.: CastleRock Press, 1989, 154 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Mateo County Centennial, 1856-1956. Official Souvenir Book, Redwood City, Calif.: 1956, 31 pp. (from California State Library search)

San Mateo County: Its History and Heritage, prepared by the San Mateo County Historic Resources Advisory Board in cooperation with the Division of Planning and Development, Department of Environmental Management, San Mateo County, California, San Mateo, Calif.: The San Mateo County Advisory Board, 88 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Santa Ana Valley of Southern California: Its Resources, Climate, Growth and Future, Santa Ana Valley Immigration Association of Santa Ana, Los Angeles County, California, Santa Ana, Calif.: Santa Ana Valley Immigration Association, Los Angeles, Cal.: Burton-Taney Steam Printing House, 1885, 34 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Barbara County Directories: 1905-1949, Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1994. (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County, by J. J. Crawford, California Mineral Bureau Report 12, 1894, pp. 345, 367-370, 394, 407.

Santa Clara County, by J. J. Crawford, California Mining Bureau Report 13, 1896, pp. 43, 49, 505, 507, 517-519, 552-556, 569, 585, 600-601, 618, 626, 630, 637.

"Santa Clara County," by H. A. Franke, California Mining Bureau Report 26, 1930, pp. 2-39.

Santa Clara County,” by Fenelon F. Davis, in “The Counties of California,” California Division of Mines Bulletin 142, 1949, pp. 115-117.

"Santa Clara County," by E. Huguenin and W. O. Castello, California Mining Bureau Report 17, 1920, pp. 180-227.

"Santa Clara County," by William Irelan, Jr., California Mining Bureau Report 8, 1888, pp. 543-550.

"Santa Clara County," by William Irelan, Jr., Californian Mining Bureau Report 11, 1892, pp. 374-375.

"Santa Clara County," by W. L. Watts, California Mining Bureau Report 10, 1890, pp. 604-619.

"Santa Clara County," by A. H. Weber, California Mining Bureau Report 9, 1889, pp. 48-56.

Santa Clara County and Its Resources; Historical, Descriptive, Statistical: A Souvenir of the San Jose Mercury 1895, San Jose Mercury, San Jose, Calif.: San Jose Mercury Publishing and Printing Co., 1895. (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County and Its Resources: Historical, Descriptive, Statistical, A Souvenir of the San Jose Mercury, 1896, Reprint 1896 ed., San Jose, Calif.: San Jose Historical Museum Association, 1986, 322 pp. (“Notes:...Originally published: San Jose, Calif.: San Jose Mercury, 1896.”) (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County, California, San Jose, Calif.: Board of Trade of San Jose, 1887. (“Current frequency: Quarterly Volume designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1887)-“) (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County, California 1890 Great Register, Santa Clara, CA: Santa Clara County, CA: Santa Clara County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1999, 151 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County, California: A Valley Which Has Won the Title of the "Garden of the World": Its Resources and Its Progress, issued by the San Jose Board of Trade, San Jose, Cal.: Smith & Wilcox, 1890, 87 pp. (“Cover title: Garden of the World, Santa Clara County, California....”) (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County Courthouse, Santa Clara, Calif.?, 1973?, 7 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County, California: Souvenir, San Francisco, Calif.: Santa Clara County C. E. Union, 1897, 48 pp. (“Other title: At head of title: 16 th International Convention, San Francisco, July 7-12, 1897”) (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County Directories (1878-1944), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County Heritage Resource Inventory, Inventory committee members: Ann Hines, Chr., Pauline Pace, and Gailey Wooley, San Jose, Calif.: Santa Clara County Historical Heritage Commission, 1979, 70 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Clara County Pioneer Papers, 1973; A Collection Of Three Award Winning Scholarship Papers and Other Articles, California Pioneers of Santa Clara County, San Jose, Calif.?: 1973, 102 pp. (from California State Library search)

“...Santa Clara Valley; Its Resources, Climate, Productions, River and Railroad Systems, Towns and Cities, Public Institutions, and General Advantages as a Place of Residence, with Pen-Sketches of Prominent Citizens,” by James J. Owen, San Jose, California, Mercury Steam Print, 1873, 52 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz and the Cowell Ranch, 1890-1964, George H. Cardiff; an interview conducted by Elizabeth Spedding Calcian, University of California, Santa Cruz, Regional Oral History Project, 1965, 395 leaves. (“Summary: Describes life in Santa Cruz, Cowell family and Cowell Ranch, various people in Santa Cruz and town of Santa Cruz. Notes: Microfilm. Glen Rock, N.J.: Microfilming Corporation of America, 1974. 2 reels; 35 mm. Published under title: Economic, social, and cultural: central California coastal area. Notes: Born in Ontario in 1872, Mr. Cardiff came across country by train at age 15 with his family. Settled first in San Benito, moving to Santa Cruz in 1890 to attend Chestnutwood's Business College. Worked at a variety of jobs: owned a livery stable, managed a ranch in Glenn Co. (between 1896 and 1908), back in Santa Cruz opened a lumber and building materials store. In 1925, business bought out by Cowell Company, who retained Mr. Cardiff as manager. In addition, employed as bookkeeper for their Santa Cruz ranch. Also involved in beginnings of Henry Cowell Redwood State Park.”) (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County, California. Illustrations descriptive of its scenery, fine residences, public buildings, manufactories, hotels, farm scenes, business houses, schools, churches, mines, mills, etc., San Francisco: W. W. Elliott & Co., 1879. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County, California: Illustrations Descriptive of Its Scenery, Fine Residences, Public Buildings, Manufactories, Hotels, Farm Scenes, Business Houses, Schools, Churches, Mines, Mills, etc....with historical sketch of the county, guide to illustrations by Jill Miller Perry; alphabetical list of "officers of Santa Cruz County from 1850 to 1879" arranged by Stanley D. Stevens, indexed edition by Leonard A. Greenberg and Stanley D. Stevens, Santa Cruz, Calif.: Museum of Art and History at the McPherson Center, 1997. (“Notes: Includes a reproduction of the text published in 1879 by Wallace W. Elliott & Co., of San Francisco.”) (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County, California (partial) (photographs) including Baldwin Creek, Bonny Doon, Majors Creek, Grey Whale Ranch, Soquel Creek, and Olive Springs Quarry, Calif.: Brian Campbell, 1988, “Description 68 aerial photographs....”) (from MELVYL search)

Santa Cruz, California, Folio - U. S. Geological Survey Folio #163, by J. C. Branner, J. F. Newsom, and Ralph Arnold, Washington, D.C.: U. S. Geological Survey, 1909, 12 pp., 2 sheets of illustrations, 3 maps. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz, California: Images of America (series), by Sheila O'Hare and Irene Berry, Chicago: Arcadia Pub., 2002, 128 pp., ISBN 0738520810.   (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County, A Faithful Reproduction in Print and Photography of Its Climate, Capabilities and Beauties, San Francisco: H. S. Crocker Company, 1896, 200 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County Directories (1873-1950), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County: Parade of the Past, by Margaret Koch, Fresno, Calif.: Valley Publishers, 1973, 254 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary, by Donald Thomas Clark, Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz Historical Trust, 1986, 552 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County: Resources, Advantages, Objects of Interest, by I. H. Raymond, Santa Cruz, Cal.: Santa Cruz Development Association, 1887, 80 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz County: Restless Paradise: An Illustrated History, by Jennie Dennis Verardo and Denzil Verardo, Northridge, Calif.: Windsor Publications, 1987, 144 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Cruz Historic Building Survey, prepared for the City of Santa Cruz by Charles Hall Page & Associates, Inc., San Francisco: 1976, 199 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Monica Bay: The First 100 Years: A Pictorial History of Santa Monica, Venice, Ocean Park, Pacific Palisades, Topanga, & Malibu, by Fred E. Basten, Los Angeles, Calif.: Douglas-West Publishers, 1974, 227 pp. (from California State Library search)

Santa Rosa City Directories (1909-1949), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1993. (from California State Library search)

Santa Rosa Marble and Granite Works, Fisher & Kinslow, Propietors (electronic resource); W.J. Eardley, real estate and insurance agent, Santa Rosa, Cal.; The Daily Republican; Louis W. Juilliard, Santa Rosa, Cal.; F. Berka, dealer in lumber and other building material, corner Eighth and Wilson streets, Santa Rosa, Cal “SourceReynolds & Proctor. Illustrated Atlas of Sonoma County, California; Santa Rosa: Reynolds & Proctor, [1898], c1897, p. 11. Publisher [1898, c1897]”)   (from California State Library search)

Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California - Map of the City of Santa Rosa and Vicinity, Sonoma Co., Cal.: Compiled from maps of record, private maps and actual surveys, by Newton V.V. Smyth, city engineer, drawn by R.L. Drury, San Francisco: H.S. Crocker Co., 1896. (Map) (from California State Library search)

Santa Rosa's Architectural Heritage, by Geraldine Peterson and Dan Peterson, photography by Don Silverek, Santa Rosa, Calif.: Sonoma County Historical Society, 1982, 86 pp. (from California State Library search)

Scenes of Stanislaus: Postcard Memories, by Jeannette Maino and Dena Boer, Fresno, Calif.: Pioneer Pub. Co., 1979, 140 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sebastopol, Western Sonoma County Historical Society, Chicago, IL: Arcadia Pub., 2003 (reprinted 2004), 128 pp., ISBN 0738528528. (from California State Library search)

"Section Across Commercial Quarry, Crestmore, California," by A. O. Woodford, R. A. Crippen, and K. B. Garner (abstract), Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 51, 1965 (1940). Abstract of present paper.

Sedimentary Rocks, by F. J. Pettijohn, Harper and Brothers, 1949.

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, California - Special Topographic Maps, U.S. Geological Survey, 1901-1937 (1946). (Scale,1:125,000.) Contour or shaded relief edition.

Seven-County Directory of Stanislaus, Merced, Fresno, Kern, Tulare, San Bernardino, and Inyo counties (1884-1885), L. M. McKenney & Co., Oakland, Cal., San Francisco. (from California State Library search)

The Seven Sisters, by Mary Grace Paquette, Northern Mariposa county History Center, Fresno, Calif.: Pioneer Publishing Co., 1985, 54 pp. (from California State Library search)

Shapes of Clay Magazine, Published quarterly by Gladding, McBean & Co., General Office:  660 Market Street, San Francisco, Edward F. O’Day, Editor.  (Below are some of the issues of “Shapes of Clay” magazine that are available online.)

According to the description on Google Books, the Gladding, McBean & Company “Job Order Documents” are available at the California State Library:

“Starting ca. 1897, the plant began keeping job order information in file folders which have now been transferred into archival boxes arranged by job order number. Usually there is an initial job order form with the following information: Building name, location, address, owner, architect, contractor, order specifications and shipping/financing information. Subsequent correspondence between the Lincoln Office and local branch offices tracks the completion of the order. Most of this correspondence is internal within the company but there is some correspondence directly with client companies for some job orders. In addition, some order folders include photographs of the product. Although reference is often made to architectural drawings, none are included in the folders nor are any included with other materials at the California State Library.”

Shapes of Clay, “Grey Against the Blue of the Sky,” Gladding, McBean & Co., Vol. 1, No. 1, April 1925.  (Photographs:  the Standard Oil Building, San Francisco; & “Large Pottery Vase with Relief Decoration, Persia, 13th to 14th Century”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “It is a Noble Thing to Do this with Moulded Clay,” (California), Vol. 1, No. 2, June 1925, Gladding, McBean & Co.,  (Photographs:  the Bank of Italy Building, Los Angeles; & “Terra-Cotta Fountain in Lily Pond in a Los Angeles Home”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Santa Barbara, June 29, 1925” (California), Vol. 1, No. 3, August 1925, Gladding, McBean & Co..  (Photographs:  the clock in the tower of the Fithian Building, Santa Barbara; the Santa Barbara Postoffice; the Pacific Southwest Bank; Diehl Grocery Co. building; the Santa Barbara City Hall; the Granada Theatre building; St. Anthony’s College “new building”; the Roosevelt School; the Porter Garden Telescope (statuary bronze) in Santa Barbara)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Behind High Convent Walls,” (Convent of Mount Carmel, Santa Clara, California), Vol. 1, No. 4, October 1925, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Carmelite Convent, Santa Clara; Spanish Renaissance and California Mission styles – exterior and interior of chapel; the chapel belfry; garden nook and colonnades that surround the cloister garden)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Out of Falling Waters” (in California), Vol. 1, No. 5, November 1925, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Pacific Gas and Electric Building, San Francisco)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “O Monarch of Our Skies!,” Vol. 1, No. 6, December 1925, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs of the Telephone Building, San Francisco, California)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Ocean Romance in Terra-Cotta” (in California), Vol. 2, No. 4, April 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Matson Building, San Francisco; & the entranceway to the Children’s Hospital, San Francisco)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Floors of Clay” (in California), Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Lounge of the Hotel Del Monte; sales room, Don Lee, San Francisco; Los Altos Apartments, Los Angeles; the Temple Emanuel cloister floor, San Francisco; stairway, Lee Eleanor Graham; San Francisco; vestibule and room, H. H. Braley Residence, Los Angeles; entrance-way, S. G. Hindes Residence, San Francisco; patio, Leo Youngworth residence, Baldwin Hills; dining room, Women’s City Club of San Francisco; sun porch, Hotel Del Monte, California; display room floor, P. E. O’Hair & Co., San Francisco; dining-room, Charles H. Shattuck Residence, Pasadena; hallway, Leo Youngworth Residence, Baldwin Hills; garden paths, H. W. Robinson Residence; Beverly Hills; entrance-way, Los Altos Apartments; Los Angeles; & decorative Persian wall fountain panel in a Palm Springs, California, residence)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Architecture in Fresno” (California), Vol. 2, No. 6, July 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Pacific Southwest Building, Fresno; the San Joaquin Power Building, Fresno; the Brix Building, Fresno; the United Bank and Trust Company building, Fresno; the Radin & Kamp Building, Fresno; the Liberty Theater, Fresno; the Barker-Mitchell Company building, Fresno; the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Building, Fresno; “The walls of the vestibule of the beautiful Eisner residence in Los Angeles”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “On the Monterey Peninsula” (California), Vol. 2, No. 7, August 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Hotel Del Monte, California; Monterey Peninsula Country Club clubhouse roof tile; the George Cook Residence roof tile, Pebble Beach, California; the Monterey Peninsula Country Club mission roof tiles; guest cottages at the Charles W. Clark Residence, Pebble Beach, California; & Decorative tile wall fountain at the Hotel Del Monte)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Architectural Progress in Small Buildings” (in California), Vol. 2, No. 8, September 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Bullock & Jones Building, San Francisco; the Fred T. Wood Building, Oakland; the Melrose Avenue Stores, Los Angeles; the Samuel Kraemer Building, Anaheim; the Morton Jewelry Company building, Oakland; the Anna J. King Store, Compton; the Bank of Hermosa, Hermosa Beach; the Stradhoff Stores, Anaheim; the City Hall in Anaheim; the Babb Building, Long Beach; the S. W. Straus & Co. building, San Francisco; dining room in the home of Mr. Leo Youngworth at Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “From Our Auburn Kilns” (in Auburn, Washington), Vol. 2, No. 10, November 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Dexter Horton Building, Seattle, Washington; the Frederick & Nelson Department Store, Seattle; the Seattle Title & Trust Building, Seattle; Mr. Baker Park Presbyterian Church; the University of Washington Mines Building; Roosevelt High School, Seattle; Spring Apartments; Seattle; the West Seattle State Bank, West Seattle; the Herald Building, Bellingham, Washington; the Stimson Building, Seattle; & “Detail, Crystal Pool Natatrium, Seattle”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “A Study in Terra-Cotta Contrasts.” (in California), Vol. 2, No. 11, December 1926, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Fine Arts Building, Los Angeles; the Edwards & Wildey Building, Los Angeles, & portion of the main foyer of the Belasco Theater, Los Angeles)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay,  “Why Terra-Cotta?,” by Alec Curlett, of Curlett & Beelman, Architects, Vol. 3, No. 1, January 1927, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs of the Pacific Finance Building, Los Angeles)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Decorative Tile:  A Renaissance” (in California), Vol. 3, No. 2, February 1927, Gladding, McBean & Co. (Photographs:  the arched window and entrance to dining room in the Hotel Del Monte, California; the Belasco Theater stairway, Los Angeles; the Santa Fe Ticket Agency interior, Los Angeles; the Pig’n Whistle, Los Angeles – exterior window & interior; the Calpet Filling Station, San Francisco; the Calpet Filling Station, Los Angeles; a Lunette at the St. Mary’s Chapel, Boyle Heights, Los Angeles)    (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “The College of the Pacific.”  (Stockton, California), Vol. 3, No. 3, March 1927, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  “mural painting in ceramics,” an over-mantel for the children’s reading-room of the Public Library in Wilmington, California)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Knots of Paradise” (Hawaii), Gladding, McBean & Co., Shapes of Clay, Vol. 3, No. 5, June 1927.  (Photographs:  the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu; the Y.W.C.A., Honolulu; the Federal Building & Post Office, Honolulu; McKinley High School, Honolulu; the Academy of Arts, Honolulu; the S. M. Damon Building, Honolulu; the Teo. H. Davies & Co. Building, Honolulu; & the home of Mrs. C. W. Cooke, Honolulu) 

Shapes of Clay, “San Francisco Public Schools” (California), Gladding, McBean & Co., Shapes of Clay, Vol. 3, No. 6, July 1927.  (Photographs:  Mission High School, San Francisco; High School of Commerce, San Francisco; Horace Mann School, San Francisco; Alvarado School, San Francisco; Raphael Weill School, San Francisco; & the Dudley Stone School, San Francisco) 

Shapes of Clay, “Two California Landmarks,” Gladding, McBean & Co., Shapes of Clay, Vol. 3, No. 7, August 1927.  (Photographs:  the Hunter-Dublin Building, San Francisco & the Subway Terminal Building, Los Angeles) 

Shapes of Clay, “The Russ Building, San Francisco,” Vol. 3, No. 10, November 1927, Gladding, McBean & Co., 10 pp.  (Photographs:  the Russ Building, San Francisco & “Fretted sunlight paints garden pictures on this Oil Jar glazed in Chinese Blue….”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Spreckels Building, San Diego,” Vol. 3, No. 2, December 1927. (the John D. Spreckels building in San Diego, California), Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs of the Spreckels building & “Thirteenth-Century Persian vase of blue green glaze.”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “The Terra-Cotta of Bologna  (Italy), Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1928, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Palazzo Fava, Bologna; Casa Caracci, Bologna; Palazzo Malaguti, Bologna; Church of Corpus Domini, Bologna; Church of San Giacomo, Bologna; Palazzo Pepoli, Bologna; Palazzo Pallavincini, Bologna; the Civic Museum, Bologna)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “On Nob Hill”  (San Francisco, California), Vol. 4, No. 2, February 1928, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Mark Hopkins Hotel, detail of terra-cotta ornament alongside main entrance of Mark Hopkins Hotel; the Mark Hopkins Hotel; the Huntington Apartments; the Brocklebank Apartment; the Cathedral Apartments entrance; & “Jar glazed delicately in light green”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Los Angeles City Hall” (California), Vol. 4, No. 3, June 1928, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Los Angeles City Hall; & “Decorative tile ceiling of main entrance lobby, Title Insurance Building, Los Angeles....”)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, Vol. 5, No. 1, August 1928, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Temple Beth Israel, Portland, Oregon; St. Dominic’s Church, San Francisco, California; the Ramboz Residence, Pasadena, California; the Mitsubishi Bank, Tokyo, Japan; the Pasadena City Hall, Pasadena, California; the Title Insurance Building, Los Angeles, California; the Dyas Carleton Cafe, Los Angeles, California; the Scripps College, Claremont, California; J. F. Burkhard Residence, San Marino, California; P. D. Middlekauff Residence, Palo Alto, California; the Percy L. Pettigrew Residence, Palo Alto, California; & Garden Pottery, Glendale, California)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, Gladding, McBean & Co., Shapes of Clay, Vol. 5, No. 2, November 1928.  (Photographs:  the Albert Isham Swimming Pool, Sandyland Beach, California; the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Mesa, Arizona; the Bank of Italy, San Jose, California; the Diocesan Junior Seminary, Los Angeles, California; the Alta Plaza Apartments, San Francisco, California; the Merchants National Trust and Savings Bank, Los Angeles, California; the William Cavalier & Co. Building, Oakland, California; the California Bank, Los Angeles, California; & the Southwestern University, Los Angeles, California. 

Shapes of Clay, Vol. 5, No. 3, February 1929, Gladding McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  the Biltmore Hotel Annex, Los Angeles; Hotel Sir Francis Drake, San Francisco, detail of main structure and tower; Students’ Union, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; the Chester Williams Building, Los Angeles;  Santa Barbara Telephone Company Building; the San Diego Trust & Savings Bank Building, San Diego; the Roosevelt Building, main facades; the Yusen Office Building, Tokyo, Japan; the William Andrew Clark, Jr., Library, Los Angeles; the Republican Press Building, Ukiah, California; the Milton Getz Residence, Beverly Hills, California; residence in Leimert Park, Los Angeles; & the J. E. Henry Residence, Stockton, California)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, “Domestic Architecture in the Valley of the Loire,” (France), Vol. 5, No. 4, May 1929, Gladding, by William M. Clarke, A.I.A.,  McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  St. Aubin, France, roof to lean-to; Peyre-Orume, France, hip and ridge tile plastered with cement; St. Aubin, France, tiles used at entrance gateway; Near Bourbon-Lancey, France, varied roof pitches on building; Garnat, France, “Characteristic treatment of roof to dormer-like entrance”; St. Aubin, France, “Flat shingle tile roof with cemented hips”; Digion, France.  “Roof of main building has...form pitch at two levels.”; Between Charolles and Digion, France. “Quaint mass in soft reds and grays....”; St. Aubin, France.  “Hipped roof with rounded hip tiles....”; St. Aubin, France.  “Flat shingle tile and slightly irregular butt line....”; Near Dignon, France.  “Weather-stained walls....”;  Lesme, France; et al; & Summer Home, Paul H. Helms, Beverly Hills, California)  (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shapes of Clay, Vol. 5, No. 5, August 1929, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs:  Library, University of California, Los Angeles, California; the Court House – Hall of Records – Jail Building, Santa Barbara, California; the First Baptist Church, Sacramento, California; the Union Steamship Company Building, Sydney, Australia; the O’Connor, Moffatt & Co. Building, San Francisco, California; the Janss Investment Company Branch Office, Los Angeles, California; the John S. Brown Residence, Walnut Grove, California) 

Shapes of Clay, Vol. 6, September 1930, Gladding, McBean & Co.  (Photographs of the University of California at Los Angeles) (This issue of the magazine is available on the Internet Archive.)

Shasta County, California, compiled and written by M.E. Dittmar, San Francisco? issued by Sunset Magazine Homeseekers Bureau for the Board of Supervisors, Shasta County, Calif., 1913, 62 pp. (from California State Library search)

Shasta County, California - Map of Shasta County, California (1902), issued by the State Mining Bureau, Lewis E. Aubury, State Mineralogist, M.E. Ditmar, field assistant, Shasta County, San Francisco: California State Mining Bureau, 1902. (Map) (“Other Title: Register of Mines and Minerals, Shasta County, California.”) (from California State Library search)

Shasta County, California: A History, by Rosena A. Giles, with map and illustrations, foreword by Jos. A. Sullivan, Centennial edition, Oakland, Calif.: Biobooks, 1949, 301 pp. (from California State Library search)

Shasta County Illustrated and Described: Showing Its Advantages for Homes, Oakland, Cal.: W. W. Elliott, 1885. (from California State Library search)

Shasta County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests (Map), California State Mining Bureau (available in 1920).

Shasta County Voters, 1866-1884, compiled by Madge Richardson Walsh, 1993, 136 leaves. (“Summary: Transcription of earliest handwritten ledger in Sahsta County. Notes: Original ledger located in Shasta County, County Clerk’s office.") (from California State Library search)

Short Contributions to California Geology, Special Report 100, California Dept. of Conservation, California Geological Survey, 1969.

Shorter Contributions to General Geology, U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 165, Washington, D.C.: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1931, 180 pp. (“One of the sections relating to California is C. Geology of the eastern part of the Santa Monica Mountains, Los Angeles County, Calif.”) (from MELVYL search)

The Shoshoni Indians of Inyo County, California, the Kerr Manuscript, edited, annotated and with introductory preface by Charles N. Irwin, Eastern California Museum, Socorro, N.M.: Ballena Press, 1980, 92 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Sidewalk Companion to Santa Cruz Architecture, by John Chase, Santa Cruz, Calif.: distributed by the Santa Cruz Historical Society, 1975, 253 pp. (from California State Library search)

"Sierra Blanca Limestone in Santa Barbara County (California)," by G. W. Walker, California Division of Mines Spec. Report 1-A, 1950. (from MELVYL search)

Sierra County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests (Map), California State Mining Bureau (available in 1920).

The Sierra Miwok: A Monograph on the Indians of the Region of the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California in the Vicinity of Columbia, by Frank B. Fitch, Berkeley : For State of California, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Parks, 1936, 89 leaves. (from California State Library search)

"The Sierra Nevada," by A. C. Lawson, California Univ. Chronicle, vol. 23, 1921, pp. 130-149.

Silently, They Speak: The Volcano Protestant Cemetery and Early History of the Town and its People, by Carolyn Fregulia, 2010. “Volcano was born out of man’s lust for riches. Humanity swarmed into the western foothills of the Sierra, devouring its resources, scarring its surface, and permanently changing its features. What emerged was a new society, a ‘melting pot’ of ethnic diversity, where men from every corner of the world came together to form a unique community. Volcano epitomizes just such a community…” Some proceeds from sale will be donated to the Amador County Cemetery Board for restoration work within the historic Volcano Protestant Cemetery. You can obtain a copy of this book from the author: Carolyn Fregulia, P.O. Box 703, Jackson, CA 95642, 209 223-4201.

"Simplified Techniques of Determining Calcium and Magnesium Content of Carbonate Rocks," by G. V. Chilingar and R. D. Terry, Petrol. Eng., v. 26, no. 12, 1954, B110-B112.

Siskiyou County, California, by Harold French, Calif.?: Board of Supervisors and the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Commission of Siskiyou County, 1915?, 35 pp. (“Notes: Souvenir edition, Panaman-Pacific International Exposition and Panama-California Exposition.”) (from California State Library search)

Siskiyou County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests (Map), California State Mining Bureau (available in 1920).

Siskiyou County's Economy: Historical and Projected, by W. L. Quincy, Sacramento: California Dept. of Water Resources, 1975, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sites To See: Historical Landmarks in Tulare County, by Annie Mitchell, Fresno, Calif.: Panorama West Books, 1983, 162 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sixth Report of the State Mineralogist for the Year Ending June 1, 1886, California Mining Bureau Report 6, 2 parts: part I, 145 pp.; part II, 222 pp.

“Slate,” in California Division of Mines Bulletin 156, by Mort D. Turner, 1950b, p. 259.

"Slate Deposits of California and Utah," by E. C. Eckel, in Bulletin 225, United States Geological Survey, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1904, pp. 417-422.

"Slate Quarrying in California," by William Irelan, Jr., State Mineralogist,  in the Ninth Annual Report of the State Mineralogist For the Year Ending Dec. 1, 1889, California State Mining Bureau, Sacramento, 1889, pp. 282-283.

A Slice of Orange: The History of Costa Mesa, by Edrick J. Miller, sketches by Patricia M. Miller, Costa Mesa Historical Society, Irvine, Calif.: Printed by Hendricks Print. Co., 1970, 220 pp. (from California State Library search)

Smartsville, California, Folio - U.S. Geological Survey Folio #18, by Waldemar Lindgren and H.W. Turner, Washington, D.C.: Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, 1895, 6 pp, 4 maps. (from California State Library search)

"The Soda Rhyolite North of Berkeley," by Charles Palache, University of California, Dept. of Geol. Sci. Bulletin, vol. 1, 1893, pp. 51-72.

Solano County, by W. L. Watts, California Min. Bur. Rept. 10, 1890, p. 670.

Solano County, California 1993 Pioneer File Index, compiled by Cordell Cowart, Fairfield, Calif.: Solano County Genealogical Society, 1993, 26 pp. (from California State Library search)

Solano County, California: its location, topography, geology, climate, soil, productions; its great agricultural, horticultural and viticultural wealth, its manufacturing and commercial interests, schools, colleges and churches. The inducements it offers to those seeking homes in California, Issued by the authority of the Solano County Board of Trade, Oakland: Solano County Board of Trade, (Enquirer Print.), 1887, 84 pp. (“Notes: Cover title: Resources of Solano County.”) (from California State Library search)

Solano County, History and Government, by Wilmere Jordan Neitzel and Fred G. McCombs, San Francisco: Printed by J. H. Barry Co., 1966?, 58 pp. (from California State Library search)

Solano: The Crossroad County, An Illustrated History, by Frank L. Keegan, picture research by Robert Allen, Chatsworth, Calif.: Windsor Publications, 1989, 128 pp. (“Notes: ‘Produced in cooperation with the Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce.’”) (from California State Library search)

“A Solid Solution Between Calcite and Dolomite,” by K. E. Chave, Jour. Geol., v. 60, 1952, p. 190.

Some California Stone Quarries, brochure, by Peggy B. Perazzo, used David Wilkinson’s “Stones of Woodland” tour during the annual Stroll Through History in September in Woodland, Yolo County, California.

"Some Contact Metamorphic Minerals in Crystalline Limestone at Crestmore" (California), (Abstract), by A. S. Eakle, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 25, 125, 1914.

“Some Crystalline Rocks of Southern California,” by O. H. Hershey, Am. Geologist, vol. 29, 1902a, pp. 273-290.

“Some Crystalline Rocks of the San Gabriel Mountains, California,” by R. Arnold and A. M. Strong, Geol. Soc. America Bull., vol. 16, 1905, pp. 183-204.

Some Stone Carvers & Monument Companies that Produced the Yolo County Cemetery Stones in the late 1800s-early 1900s, brochure, by Peggy B. Perazzo, used David Wilkinson’s “Stones of Woodland” tour during the annual Stroll Through History in September in Woodland, Yolo County, California.

“Some Tertiary Formations of Southern California,” by O. H. Hershey, Am. Geologist, vol. 29, 1902b, pp. 349-372.

Something About California: Being A Description of Its Climate, Health, Wealth and Resources, Compressed Into Small Compass, by George W. Gift, San Rafael: The San Rafael Herald, 1875, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sonora, California, Folio - U.S. Geological Survey Folio #41, by H.W. Turner and F.L. Ransome, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1897, 7 pp., 4 maps. (from California State Library search)

"Sonoma County," California State Mining Bureau Report 8, California State Mining Bureau, 1888, pp. 634.

"Sonoma County," by W. A. Goodyear, California Mining Bureau Report 10, 1890, pp. 676.

"Sonoma County," by D. McK Laizure, California Division of Mines Report 22, 1926, pp. 334.

Sonoma County: Her Matchless Resources and Superior Advantages. A land of peace and plenty, pleasant in climate and rich in soil. Offering many inducements of the seeker of health, wealth and happiness, 189-?, 27 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sonoma County History: A Bibliography and Union List, Santa Rosa: Sonoma County Library, 1983, 163 pp. (“Notes: ‘...only those items housed in the local history collections of the Sonoma County Library, the Reuben Salazar Library at Sonoma State University or owned by historical societies have been included.’”) (from California State Library search)

Sonoma County Land Register and Santa Rosa Business Directory(1881), Santa Rosa, Cal.: Guy E. Grosse. (“Former Title: Sonoma County Land Register and Business Directory, Vol. 1, No. 1.”) (from California State Library search)

Sonoma County: The River of Time: An Illustrated History, by Simone Wilson, pictorial research by Nancy J. Hutchins, Sun Valley, Calif.: American Historical Press, 1999, 144 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sonora Remembered, by Pat Perry, Sonora, CA: Tuolumne County Historical Society. (from California State Library search)

South from San Francisco, San Mateo County, California, Its History and Heritage, by Frank M. Stanger, San Mateo: San Mateo County Historical Association, 1963, 214 pp. (from California State Library search)

Southern California Illustrated, San Bernardino County Edition: Giving a general description of the principal cities and towns, its geographical features, from mountain summit to sea shore, the climate, soil and productions, its abundant water supply, artesian wells and its greater advantages for irrigation, compiled by S.L. Welch, California Excursion Association, Los Angeles, Cal.: Warner Brothers, 1887, 87 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Southern California Localities,” 10, Redondo Beach and Palos Verdes, by Jack Schwartz, Rocks and Minerals, vol. 18, 1943, p. 243.

Southern California’s Best Ghost Towns:  A Practical Guide, by Philip Varney, Photographs by Philip Varney, James M. Davis, Illustrated by James M. Davis, Edition reissue, illustrated Publisher University of Oklahoma Press, pp. 152, ISBN:  1994, ISBN 0806126086, 9780806126081.

Southern Santa Barbara County and Its Resources, by the Summerland Advance-Courier, Souvenir edition, Summerland: Advance-Courier, 1900, 40 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir, Fresno County, Cal. 1897: 16th International C.E. Convention, Fresno Chamber of Commerce, Fresno, Calif.: Interior Publ. Co., 1897, 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir - Knights and Citizens of Butte County, California to the Visiting Knights, San Francisco, August 1902, Knights Templar (Masonic order), San Francisco: Overland Monthly Press, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir of Humboldt County: Being a Frank, Fair, And Accurate Exposition, Pictorially and Otherwise, of the Resources, Industries and Possibilities of This Magnificent Section of California, Issued by the Humboldt times, under the auspices and direction of the supervisors of Humboldt County and the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce, Eureka, Calif.: Printed by the Times Publishing Co., 1902, 192 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir of Los Gatos, Santa Clara County, California, San Francisco: W. M. Patterson, 189-, 26 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir of Monterey County: The Premier County of California, issued by the Monterey Countery Chamber of Commerce, Salinas, Calif.: Monterey County Chamber of Commerce, 1902?, 37 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir of San Bernardino, California, Columbus, Ohio: Ward Brothers, 1887, 8 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir of - San Luis Obispo - California, San Luis Obispo, Calif.: San Luis Obispo Chamber of Commerce Promotion Committee, 1907, 48 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir of Santa Clara County, presented by the San Jose Board of Trade, Oakland, Pacific Press, 1888, 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Souvenir of Stockton; Daily Independent's Camera Glimpses of San Joaquin County Scenes. Homes and industries of the thriving people of California's richest valley....,” compiled by James Milliken and W.H. Bryan, Stockton, Cal.: J.L. Phelps & Co., 1900, 4 pp. (from California State Library search)

Souvenir Program, Mariposa Centennials, 1854-1954, Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Mariposa County Courthouse...and of the Mariposa Gazette...., Mariposa, California: 1954, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Special Mining Edition of the Amador Record, Sutter Creek, Cal.: Record Publishing Company, 1913. (from California State Library search)

Special Reports on Building Stones of the United States for 1880, Tenth Census. vol. 10, by George W. Hawes, George P. Merrill, and others, 1884.

Special Report U. S. Census Office, Mines and Quarries, United States Bureau of the Census, 1902. (California building stones, pp. 180 et seq.)

Specifications for Construction of Hall of Records, Alameda County, California, 12th, 13th, Oak and Madison Streets, Oakland, California, Miller & Warnecke...et al., 1951, “213 leaves in various foliations.” (from California State Library search)

Splendid Survivors: San Francisco’s Downtown Architectural Heritage, by Michael R. Corbett, San Francisco: California Living Books, 1979.

"Springs of California," by G. A. Waring, U. S. Geological Survey, Water Supply Paper 338, 1915, pp. 208-214.

St. Joseph's Cathedral, Marysville, Yuba County (California), prepared for Joseph A. Baird, Jr., Art 188, University of California, Davis Campus, 1969. (from California State Library search)

Stanford University Buildings and Grounds, 1893.

Stanford University Buildings (Stanford, California), by Shepley, Bulfinch, Richardson, and Abbott,  Stanford University, Stanford, California, 1891

Stanford University:  An Architectural Tour, by Richard Joncas, David J. Neuman, and Paul V. Turner, Princeton Architectural Press, New York, 2006, 191 pp.

The Stanfords and the Serra Statue at the Presidio Monterey” (PDF), by Dorothy Regnery, in Sandstone and Tile, Stanford Historical Society, Vol. 13, No. 2, Winter 1989, pp. 2-5.

Stage Lines and Express Companies in California, by Waddell Smith, San Rafael, Ca: Pony Express History and Art Gallery, 1965. (from MELVYL search)

Stanislaus Centennial Souvenir Edition, 1849-1949, Modesto, Calif.: 1949, 1 vol. (“Entry Title: Modesto Journal.” “Notes: Published with the Journal May 19, 1949.) (from California State Library search)

Stanislaus County 1854-1954; A Century of Growth, by Herndon C. Ray, 1955, 55 pp. (from California State Library search)

Stanislaus County: An Illustrated History, by Kathleen M. Gooch, Partners in Progress, by Stephen Ferris, Northridge, Calif.: Windsor, 1988, 176 pp. (“Proudced in cooperation with the Stanislaus County Historical Society.”) (from California State Library search)

Stanislaus Land and Abstract Company, Modesto, California, Stanislaus Land & Abstract Co., 1885-1917, 1 vol. (“183 leaves in various foliations) maps. (“Notes: Abstract of title to part of lot 8 of Sec. 34, tp. 3S, range 15 E; part of E 1/2 of S. E. 1/4 of Sec. 34, tp. 3S, range 12 E; lots 2 and 3 of Sec. 35, tp. 3S, range 12 E; and SW 1/4 of Sec. 35, tp. 3S, range 12 E, Mount Diablo base and meridian in Stanislaus County, California. Stanislaus Land and Abstract Co. was owned and run by George Perley; founded in May 1879 and incorporated in 1902 by Perley; George Perley came to California in 1854 with his family, eventually settling in Modesto where was prominent businessman working at various times in grain trade, mercantile business, abstract of title company and real estate. Material is organized into 6 separate sets with cover documents, cover documents dated between 1885 and 1917, various dates on individual documents within sets vary between 1857 and 1917. Summary : Volume consists of collection of documents labeled on the outside spine "George H. Sawyer, 58"; documents include patents, deeds, mortgages, declaration of homesteads, mechanics liens, court records, etc. relating to land in Stanislaus County.”) (from California State Library search)

Stanislaus Stepping Stones, Modesto, Calif.: McHenry Museum and Historical Society, 1999, 56 pp. (Tables of contents and indexes, vols. 1-22, compiled by Bob Santos.) (from California State Library search)

The State Register and Yearbook of Facts:  For the Year 1859, (published annually, second year of publication), San Francisco:  Henry G. Langley and Samuel A. Morison, 1859, 432 pp.  (Including some advertisements at the end of the book. The California county sections range from pp. 311-412.  (Which covers up through August 1858.) The Mineral Resources section ranges from pp. 248-275. The Addenda section ranges from 413-416.  (The Addenda adds information after the August 1858 printing date.) (This book is available on Google Books – Full View.)

State Reports of the State Mineralogist, California State Mining Bureau, San Francisco, CA. 1) Sixth Report, Part I, building stones, p. 16; 2) Seventh Report, building stones, p. 205; 3) Eighth Report, building stones, p. 885; 4) Ninth Report, building stones, pp. 53, 209, 244; 5) Tenth Report, building stones, p. 955; 6) Eleventh Report, building stones, p. 602; 7) Twelth Report, building stones, pp. 379-411; 8) Thirteenth Report, building stones, pp. 612 et seq., San Francisco, CA.

Station Arrival Data for A Quarry Blast on Santa Catalina Island, California, Open-File Report 83-462, by Douglas D. Given and Charles L. Koesterer, United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Reston, Va.?: U.S. Geological Survey, 1983, 1 vol. (from MELVYL search)

Statistical County Directory of San Joaquin County...Also Embracing A Directory of the City of Stockton, Stockton: D. H. Berndine, 1878, 257 pp. (from California State Library search)

Statistics of Mines and Mining in the States and Territories West of the Rocky Mountains, Being the Fifth Annual Report of Rossiter W. Raymond, United States Commissioner of Mining Statistics, Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1874, 585 pp.

Stepping Stones of Progress in Southern California, by Union Rock Company, publisher: Los Angeles: E.H. Rollins & Sons, 1927 (Includes information on the Union Rock Company Quarries and quarrying). (from MELVYL search)

“Steps in Keeping An Aggregate Plant Up To Date,” Rock Products, October 1950, pp. 101-103, 145.

Stockton and San Joaquin County Illustrated: Their Enterprises, Attractions and Buildings in Part and Inducements to the Investment of Capital and the Establishment of Industries, Stockton Commercial Association, Stockton, Calif.: 1895, 43-142 pp. (from California State Library search)

"Stone," by D. G. Runner, N. C. Jensen, and M. G. Downey, in Minerals Yearbook 1948, 1950 pp. 1070-1105. (California mineral industry.)

"Stone," in Mineral Facts and Problems, U. S. Bureau of Mines Bulletin 556, by Oliver Bowles, 1955, 14 p.

Stone, New York, November, 1898. (Contains information on onyx marbles in California.)

Stone Architecture in Santa Barbara, Images of America, Santa Barbara Conservancy, Arcadia Publishing, 2009, 127 pp., ISBN 978-0-7385-6968-0.

Stone in Pacific Coast Buildings,” in Stone, Vol. XLVI, No. 9, September 1925, pp. 541-542.

The Stone Industries, by Oliver Bowles, 1934, 950 pp.

The Stone Industries, by Oliver Bowles, New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1939, 519 pp.

"Stone Industry," Mineral Resources of the United States, Part II, United States Geological Survey, 1914. (Section on stone resources in California by G. F. Loughlin, 1914, pp. 1354-1366.)

Stones for Building and Decoration, by George Perkins Merrill, 3 rd ed., rev. and enl., New York: J. Wiley & Sons; 1897, 3 rd ed. 1908.

Stories of Stanislaus: A Collection of Stories on the History and Achievements of Stanislaus County, by Sol. P. Elias, Modesto, Calif.: 1924, 343 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of Early Mono County: Its Settlers, Gold Rushes, Indians, Ghost Towns, San Francisco: Fearon, 1961, 166 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of Golden Gate Park, by Guy and Helen Giffen, San Francisco: 1949, 71 pp.

The Story of Inyo, by W. A. Chalfant, Chicago: W. A. Chalfant, 1922, 358 pp. (This book is available on the Internet Archive.)

The Story of Kern County, William W. Robinson, Bakersfield, Calif.: Title Insurance and Trust Co., 1961, 64 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of Kings County, California, by James L. Brown, Berkeley, Calif.: Printed by Lederer, Street & Zeus Company, Inc., in cooperation with the Art Print Shop, Hanford, Calif., 1942, 126 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of Riverside County, by W.W. Robinson, Los Angeles, Calif.: Title Insurance and Trust Company, 1957, 52 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of San Bernardino County, Pioneer Title Insurance Company, San Bernardino, Calif.: 1958, 79 pp. (from California State Library search)

Story of San Jose, 1777-1869, California's First Pueblo, by Oscar Osburn Winther, California Historical Society Quart., vol. 14, 1935.

The Story of San Luis Obispo County, by William W. Robinson, San Luis Obispo, Calif.: W. W. Robinson, 1957, 55 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of Stanislaus, by John T. Bramhall, Modesto, Calif.: Modesto Herald, 1914, 63 pp.(from California State Library search)

The Story of Tulare County and Visalia, by William W. Robinson, Los Angeles: title Insurance and Trust Co., 1952, 35 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Story of Ventura County, by William W. Robinson, Los Angeles: Title Insurance and Trust Coo., 1955, 48 pp. (from California State Library search)

Strategic Minerals of the Sacramento District, California, California Division Mines Report 39, by Charles V. Averill, 1943, 39 pp.

“Structure of the San Gabriel Mountains North of Los Angeles, California,” by M. L. Hill,California University, Department of Geological Science, Bulletin, vol. 19, no. 6, 1930, pp. 137-170.

Structure Sections of the Santa Maria District, Santa Barbara County, California, by W. P. Woodring, M. N. Bramlette, K. E. Lohman, and R. P. Bryson, U.S. Geological Survey, 1950. (Scale, 1:24,000) (General mineral resource map)

The Structural and Industrial Materials of California, Bulletin No. 38, by Wm. Forstner, T. C. Hopkins, C. Naramore, L. H. Eddy, under the supervision of Lewis E. Aubury, State Mineralogist, California, State Mining Bureau, San Francisco, California, 1906. (This book is available on the Internet Archive.)

Structural Evolution of Southern California, by R. D. Reed, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Tulsa, OK: 1936, 157 pp.

Structure and Stratigraphy of the Monterey Formation and Adjacent Rocks, Central California: A Field Seminar, Steven Bachman and James Crouch, San Diego, Calif.: Nekton, 1984, 2 vol. (from MELVYL search)

Studies in Petrology and Mineralogy of Sedimentary Rocks, by Joseph John Edmund Glover, 1853, 2 vol. in 1. (“Note: Thesis - University of California, Berkeley...Contents Stratigraphy and structure of the Chico-Martinez-Bitterwate Creek Area, Kern County, California. - Investigation of authigenic albite with the universal stage.”) (from MELVYL search)

Studies of Organic Limestones and Limestone-Building Organisms, compiled by J. H. Johnson, Colorado School of Mines Quarterly, vol. 47, no. 2, 1952, 94 pp.

A Study of Anglo-American Settlers in Los Angeles County Previous to the Admission of California to the Union, by Lillian C. Lederer, San Francisco: R. and E. Research Associates, 1974, 78 pp. (“Notes: Originally presented as the author’s thesis (M.A.), University of Southern California, 1927.”) (from California State Library search)

The Suburbs of San Francisco. Marin County, by William Chapin. Peninsula, by Alvin D. Hyman. East Bay by Jonathan Carroll, photos by Michael Bry, San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1969, 181 pp. (from California State Library search)

Summary of the Mineral Industry in California During the Year of 1915,” California Mineral Production for 1915, compiled by Walter W. Bradley, Sacramento, Calif., State Mining Bureau, August 1916. (from California State Library search)

Supplement to Report of June 18, 1939 on Tonnage and Composition of Limestone Available in Proposed Quarries A and B, Permanente Corporation, and Superficial Residuary Clay on the Property of the Permanente Corporation Santa Clara County, California, by C. F. Tolman; J V Neuman; Permanente Corporation, 1939.

A Surname Guide to Heads of Families and Adult Children Residing in Nevada County, California in the Year 1880 and Births, Deaths and Marriages as Shown in the Incomplete Issues 1874-1884 of the San Juan Times Weekly Newspaper, North San Juan, California, compiled, by Joan M. Morris, Soquel, Calif.: Joan M. Morris, 1980, 82 leaves. (“Cover title: 1880 Surname Guide to Nevada County, California.”) (from California State Library search)

Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt 1848-70” (Big Oak Flat to Altaville) reprinted from Heizer and Fenenga, in Jenkins, 1948): Geology, vol. 35, no. 4, pp. 84-91, California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.

“Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt 1848-70 (Butte City to Auburn), reprinted from R. F. Heizer and Franklin Fenenga, in Jenkins, 1948,California Geology, vol. 36, no. 5, pp. 110-116, California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.

“Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt 1848-70” (Mariposa to Couterville) reprinted from Heizer and Fenega, in Jenkins, 1948. California Geology, 1982, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 33-43, California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.

Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt 1848-70” (Mokelumne Hill to Sutter Creek) reprinted from Heizer and Fenenga, in Jenkins, 1948, California Geology, vol. 35, no. 11, 1982, California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.

“Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt 1848-70” (Murphys, Copperopolis, San Andreas, and others) reprinted from Heizer and Fenenga, in Jenkins, 1948, California Geology, vol. 35, no. 6, 1982, pp. 126-132, California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.

“Survey of Building Structures of the Sierran Gold Belt 1848-70” (Nevada City to Downieville), reprinted from R. F. Heizer and Franklin Fenenga, in Jenkins, 1948, California Geology, v. 36, no. 6, pp. 129-131, California Department of Conservation, California Geological Survey.

The Survivors: Existing Homes and Buildings of the Historical Past in Yuba and Sutter Counties, by Janet R. Sullivan and Mary-Jane Zall, Marysville, Calif.: 1974, 96 pp. (from California State Library search)

Sweet Lands of Liberty: A Historiogenealogy of Selected Branches of the Field, Douglas and Stockton Families of England, Canada, and America, by William Stephenson Field, 2004, Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press; Coronado, CA (1101 First St., #208, Coronado, CA 92118) 679 pp.

A Symposium on the Geology of Industrial Limestone and Dolomite, Ohio Journal of Science, 1966, 191 pp.

Synopsis of General Report of State Mining Bureau,” Bulletin 20, by W. L. Watts, California State Mining Bureau, 1900.

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