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W. F. Edwards’ Tourists’ Guide and Directory of the Truckee Basin, Chas. D. Irons, editor and compiler, Truckee, Cal.: W. F. Edwards, 1883 (“Republican” job print), 137 pp. (from California State Library search)

Washington, Yolo County, California - Map of Washington, Yolo County, Cal., (1878?). (“Summary: Map of Washington Township, Yolo County showing streets and lots, levees, bridges and route of California Pacific Railroad to Vallejo and S.F. An 1878 brea k in levee is noted. Shows meeting of Sacramento and American Rivers.”) (from California State Library search)

The Way It Was: The Colorful History of Tulare County, by Annie R. Mitchell, Fresno, Calif.: Valley Publishers, 1976, 165 pp. (from California State Library search)

The Web of History in the Monterey Bay Region: A Photographic Tour of Selected Places of Historic Interest Along the Central California Coast.

Weber’s Map of Glenn County, California: showing towns, steam and lectric railroads, wagon and automobile roads, township and section lines, rivers, creeks, reclamation and irrigation districts, etc., San Francisco: C. F. Weber & Co., 1914. (Map) (from California State Library search)

The West Coast” (PDF), from Rock Products: Stone Edition, December 5, 1906, Vol. VI, No. 1, pp. 19.  (Status of the stone building industry along the west coast of California circa November 1906.)

The West Coast” (PDF), in Rock Products: Stone Edition, August 5, 1909, Vol. IX, No. 1, pp. 48.  (Status of the stone monument and building industry along the west coast of California, et al., circa July 1909.)

The West Coast” (PDF), in Rock Products:  Stone Edition, December 5, 1909, Vol. IX, No. 5, pp. 53.  (Status of the stone monument and building industry along the west coast of California, et al., circa November 1909.) 

The West Coast” (PDF) in American Stone Trade, March 5, 1910, Vol. IX, No. 8, pp. 47.  (Status of the stone monument and building industry along the west coast of California, et al., circa February 1910.)

The West Coast” (PDF), in American Stone Trade, April 5, 1910, Vol. IX, No. 9, pp. 40.  (Status of the stone monument and building industry along the west coast of California, et al., circa March 1910.)

West Coast Marble News” (PDF) in American Stone Trade, April 5, 1910, Vol. IX, No. 9, pp. 23. (Status of the marble monument and building industry circa February 1910.)

Western Shore Gazetteer - Yolo County (California), and Commercial Directory, For The State of California, Containing The Names of All The Adult Male Citizens of The State, Their Occupations And Professions; The Amount of Capital Invested; Value of Property, As Near As Can Be Ascertained From The Most Reliable Sources; The County, Town And Election Precinct In Which Each Resides, And His Post-Office Address, compiled by C. P. Sprague and H. W. Atwell, 1870, 602 pp. (A transcription of the text in this book is available on the Yolo County CAGenWeb Project web site: Western Shore Gazetteer...Yolo County.)

Where Rolls the Kern: A History of Kern County, California, by Herbert G. Comfort, Moorpark, Calif.: Enterprise Press, 1934, 241 pp. (from California State Library search)

Where Trails Cross: Cultural Resources Inventory and Evaluation for the Imperial Project, Imperial County, California, submitted to Environmental Management Associates, Inc., submitted by KEA Environmental, Inc., by Andrew R. Pigniolo, Jason Underwood, and James H. Cleland, contributors: Rebecca Apple, San Diego, Calif.: KEA Environmental, Inc., 1997, 1 vol. (from California State Library search)

Who's Who in Kern County, Bakersfield, Calif.: Wilson and Peterson, 1940. (from California State Library search)

Winchester Aggregate Site, Romoland and Winchester (Riverside County, California), 7.5’) quadrangles, Open File Report 92-02, California Division of Mines and Geology.

Winters Architectural Heritage: A Guide To The Historic Architecture of Winters, California, prepared by Historic Environment Consultants, 1983, copyright 1985.

The Woodland (Hershey) Opera House, by Douglas McDermott and Robert Sarlos. Published by the Yolo County Historical Society, 1969. Only one thousand were printed. Booklet, paper covers, staple-binding, 16 pages. (Only 1,000 copies printed.)

Work of Two San Francisco Sculptors,” in The Monumental News, August 1905, pp. 547.  (Photo captions:  “A California Puma.  Arthur Putnam, Sc.”  “Man and Lions Struggling, Arthur Putnam, Sc.”  “Drinking Fountain, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, M. Earl Cummins, Sc.”)  The drinking fountain in Golden Gate park includes a figure of a boy in bronze described as:  “The statue is four feet high, and the total height including pedestal is twelve feet.  The pedestal is seven feet in diameter, and is of Madera County (Cal.) granite.  The square column is 3 ½ x 2 ½ feet, 7 feet high, and of fine Colusa County (Cal.) sandstone.  The stone work was done by the Raymond Granite Co. of San Francisco.”

The WPA Guide to the Monterey Peninsula, WPA Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in Northern California, 1941.

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