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“Talc, Soapstone, and Pyrophyllite,” by Lauren A. Wright, California Division of Mines Bulletin 156, 1950, p. 277.

A Tale of Two Cities And A Train: A History of the Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad, 1874-1942, by Juanita Kennedy Browne, Nevada City: Nevada County Historical Society, 1987, 216 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tales of the Trinity, by Horace Bell, edited by Dewey and Nola Mosier, Weaverville, Calif.: Trinity County Historical Society, 1983, 55 pp. (from California State Library search)

Taylorsville, California - Special Topographic Map, U.S. Geological Survey, 1891. (Scale, 1:31,680.)

The Technology of Marble Quarrying, U. S. Bureau of Mines Bulletin 106, by Oliver Bowles, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916.

Tehama County, California: Geography, Topography, Soil, Climate, Productions, etc., San Francisco: McAfee Brothers, 1884, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tehama County, California: Illustrations descriptive of its scenery, fine residences, public buildings, manufactories, hotels, farm scenes, business houses, schools, churches and mines, mills, etc. From original drawings by artists of the highest ability. With historical sketch of the county, San Francisco, Calif.: Elliott & Moore, 1880, 166 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tehama County, California: Illustrations, descriptive of its scenery, fine residences, public buildings, manufactories, hotels, farm scenes, business houses, schools, churches, mines mills, etc., from original drawings by artists of the highest ability, with historical sketch of the county, Fresno, Calif.: California History Books, 1975, 166 pp. (“Notes: Reprint. Originally published: San Francisco, Calif.: Elliott & Moore, 1880.”) (from California State Library search)

Tehama County, California: Its Soil, Climate and General Resources, written and compiled by P. H. Coffman, Red Bluff, Calif.: Published by order of Tehama County Board of Trade, 1888. (“Notes: Map is bound into front: Comparative climatic map of Claifornia / Southern Pacific Company. San Francisco: H.S. crocker & Co., [1888] No. 3, March 1888 (1 sheet; 79 x 24 cm. folded to 24 x 10 cm.). Shows S.P.’s ‘Sunset Route’.”) (from California State Library search)

Tehama County, California: Geography, Topography, Soil, Climate, Productions, etc., San Francisco: McAfee Brothers, 1884, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tehama County: History and Geography, Red Bluff, Calif.?: 1923. (from California State Library search)

Tehama County in Northern California, 1903, written and compiled by W.C. Spann, San Francisco: Printed by the Whitaker & Ray Co., 1903, 32 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Technology of Cement and Concrete, by R. F. Blanks and H. L. Kennedy, New York, John Wiley and Sons, 1955, 414 pp.

Ten Years in Paradise, leaves from a society reporter's note-book, by Mary Bowden Carroll, San Jose, Calif.: Press of Popp & Hogan, 1903, 212 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tenth Census Report, United States, Vol. X. (California building stones, p. 279, and onyx marbles in California)

Tenth Report of the State Mineralogist for the Year Ending December 1, 1890, California Mining Bureau Report 8, 983 pp. (Amador County, pp. 98-123; California marble and onyx marbles, pp. 584.)

Then Came the French: The History of the French in Tuolumne County, California, Mary Grace Paquette, Sonora, Calif.: Tuolumne County Historical Society, 1996, 162 pp. (from California State Library search)

Thirteenth Report of State Mineralogist, California, For Two Years Ending September 15, 1896 (Third Bienniel): California Mining Bureau Report 13, 726 pp. (Contains information on marbles and onyx marbles in California pp. 627-633, 641; slate, pp. 639)

Time’s Wondrous Changes: San Francisco Architecture 1776-1915, by Joseph Armstrong Baird, Jr., San Francisco: California Historical Society, 1962.

To Remember Willis Polk, Architect: With a Reproduction of His Water Temple at Sunol, Alameda County, California, San Francisco: Printed for the Spring Valley Water Co. by John Henry Nash, 1926, 3 pp. (“Notes: Text written by D. H. Burnham, Bruce Porter and Edward F. O’Day. ‘Of this memorial to Willis Polk, the cover bearing a facsimile in miniature of the marble table at the Water Tample, Sunol, California, thirty-five copies have been printed for Spring Valley Water Company, by John Henry Nash of San Francisco, 1926’ - Colophn.’”) (from California State Library search)

Tombstones, and the Men who created them,” by Mary-ellen Jones, article from Diablo Descendants Newsletter, Contra Costa County Genealogical Society, Vol. 11, No. 11, November 1996, pp. 89, 91. (Use browser back button to return to this document.)

“A Tour Through The Western Marble Regions, Part III” (in Nevada & California), by George C. Underhill, in Stone: An Illustrated Magazine, December 1895. (Quarries mentioned include:  (1) the Inyo Marble Co. quarries, Placer Co., CA;  (2) the Rocklin Granite Quarries, Placer Co., CA;  (3) the Victorville Marble/Serpentine quarries, San Bernardino Co., CA;  (4) the Sweetwater Dam Quarry, San Diego Co., CA;  (5) the Colton Marble quarries, San Bernardino Co., CA;  (6) the Tres Pinos Limestone quarries, San Benito Co., CA;  (7) the Columbia Marble Company quarries, Columbia, Tuolumne Co., CA; &  (8) the Amador Marble Co. of Oakland and Marble quarries in Amador Co., CA.)

Town of Hillsborough Historic Building Survey, San Mateo, Calif.?: San Mateo County Historical Association, 1990, 1 vol. (from California State Library search)

The Tracy Saga, by Fannie C. Tracy, Glendon J. Rodgers, Bakersfield, Calif.: Cardon House, 1962, 410 pp. (from California State Library search)

Trade Catalogs of Mining (1886-1927), Romaine Trade Catalog Collection, 43 items (1 box) (“Note: Trade catalogs of crushing machinery, grinding machinery, granite and marble industry, shaft sinking equipment, transit, and tramways, and other ephemera relating to mining.") (from California State Library search)

Transportation in San Diego County: An Annotated Bibliography, by John West, San Diego, Calif.: San Diego State University Library, 1975, 59 pp. (from California State Library search)

“Travertine Hot Springs (Mono County),” California Geology, vol. 44, August 1991.

Treasures of the South Fork: Trails and History Along the South Fork of the Merced River at Yosemite's Front Door, by Ralph Rene Mendershausen, Fresno, CA: Book Publishers, Inc., 1983, 92 pp. (from California State Library search)

Trinity County, California, Its Geography, by Trinity County Board of Education, and a Summary of Its History, from May, 1845 to September, 1926, by James W. Bartlett, Sacramento, Cal.: News Publishing Co., 1926. (from California State Library search)

Trinity County Historic Sites, Alice Goen Jones, editor, Richard Krieg, et al., Weaverville, Calif.: Trinity County Historical Society, 1981, 422 pp. (from California State Library search)

Trinity County, Showing Boundaries of National Forests (Map), California State Mining Bureau (out-of-print in 1920).

Trinity County, The Second Largest Producer of Gold in California, Its Minerals and 1000 of Its Mines, compiled from Official records, 1892, 24 pp. (from California State Library search)

A Trip to Marin Heights and the Famous Lithia Springs, San Francisco: Northwestern Realty Company, 1910?, 16 pp. (“Notes: Marin Heights is part of the curren Marin City.”) (from California State Library search)

Truckee, California, Folio - U. S. Geological Survey Folio #39, by Waldemar Lindgren, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Washington, D.C.: U. S. Geological Survey, 1897, 8 pp., 4 maps. (from California State Library search)

Tulare County, California: Magnificent Climate, Rich Soil, Cheap Lands, Plenty of Timber, The Most Desirable Climate Known for Fruit Growers: Abundance of Water for Irrigation: A True Description of Tulare County in a Condensed Form, Tulare, Calif.: Tulare Board of Trade, 1888?, 3 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tulare County, California - Map of the western portion of Tulare County: showing the irrigation districts, railroads, towns, rivers, creeks, ditches, wells, lake, and the Artesian Fruit Belt, tract of Messrs. Paige & Morton, San Francisco: Pacific Coast Land Bureau, 1886 ?, San Francisco: Bancroft-Lith. (Map) (from California State Library search)

Tuolumne County (Map), California State Mining Bureau (available in 1920).

Tuolumne County, California Division Mines Report 24, by Clarence A. Logan, 1928, pp. 3-53.

Tuolumne County, California. Mines and Mining Tuolumne County's Mineral Wealth...Official Organ...Golden Jubilee Executive Committee of Tuolumne County...., Sonora, Calif.: 1898, 17 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tuolumne County Great Register of Voters, 1890, California: Tuolumne County Genealogical Society, 1993, 44 pp. (from California State Library search)

Tuolumne County - Official map of Tuolumne County, California...,” (Scale: 1 inch to 1 mile), Sonora, Cal.: Sonora Abstract and Trust Co., 1907. (Map) (from California State Library search)

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

Tulare County Directories (1888-1950), Sunnyvale, CA: Bay Microfilm, 1991. (from California State Library search)

Tulare County: Its Resources and Advantages, Its Capabilities and Its Attractions to the Home Seekers, Tulare, CA: Braly & Bluthe. (from California State Library search)

Twelfth Report of the State Mineralogist, California For the Years Ending September 15, 1894, (Second Biennial), pp. 403. (Contains information on onyx marbles in California, pp. 401; slate, pp. 400.)

Twentieth Annual Report of U. S. Geological Survey, Pt. VI cont. (Contains information on onyx marbles in California pp. 287.)

A Twentieth Century Palace of Commerce.  The Emporium of San Francisco” (pdf) in the Overland Monthly, Vol. XXVI. (Second Series), No. 155, November 1895, pp. 461-480.  (The November 1895 edition of this magazine is available on Google Books.)

(Twenty-Ninth) 29th Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals: Proceedings, 1995, 355 pp. Geological Survey ("This volume includes 28 papers plus poster abstracts and list of participants.")

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