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    • Letter from the California Gold Rush, from George Bishop to his children, 1852

    • Gold miners--California--Correspondence; Overland journeys to the Pacific; California--Gold discoveries; Gold mines and mining--California--History--19th century; Placerville (Calif.)--History--19th century;
    • This is a handwritten letter with a typewritten copy. The letter is two pages long, and was written by George Bishop to his son and daughter on October 9, 1852. The place it is sent from is Hangtown, which was an earlier name for Placerville,...
    • Martinsen, Zelpha, and Fidelia

    • Children; Martinsen, Zelpha; Martinsen, Fidelia;
    • This is a black and white photo portrait of an infant and a young girl, posed on a wicker chair with furs underneath them. The infant is identified on the back of the photo as Aunt Zelpha, and the young girl is identified as Aunt Fid. The name...
    • Doman, Charles, Senior

    • Doman, Charles, 1860-1928; Popcorn;
    • This is a black and white photograph of Charles Doman Senior with his popcorn machine in front of a saloon and the Rigby Showhouse in Rigby, Idaho.
    • Howe, Harry Esmond

    • Howe, Harry Esmond, 1876-1957;
    • A black and white photograph of Harry Esmond Howe, a son of Ann Turner and Richard Howe, taken by the C.R. Savage Studio in Salt Lake City, Utah.
    • Howe, Sarah Elizabeth

    • Moffatt, Sarah Ann Howe, 1870-1963;
    • This is a black and white portrait of Sarah Elizabeth Howe, a daughter of Ann Turner and Richard Howe. It was taken by Fox and Symons Studio.
    • Martinsen, Cora, Eda, Estella, and William

    • Children; Martinsen, Cora Vine; Martinsen, Eda; Martinsen, Estella; Martinsen, William;
    • This is a black and white photograph of four Martinsen children. Cora is the baby, then Eda, then Estella, and Will is sitting in front. The photograph was taken at the Fox and Symons Studio in Salt Lake City, Utah.
    • Howe family, children of Ann Turner and Richard Howe

    • Children; McMillan, Lovina Ann Howe, 1875-1956; Moffatt, Sarah Ann Howe, 1870-1963; Howe, Harry Esmond, 1876-1957; Howe, John Henry, 1862-1938; Trott, Laura Adelie Howe, 1872-1961; Howe, Frank Coton; Howe, William Turner; Howe, Ann Ada; Howe,...
    • This is a black and white photo of the ten children of Richard and Ann Turner Howe.
    • Martinsen, William, Rad, and Lee

    • Children; Martinsen, William; Martinsen, Rad; Martinsen, Lee;
    • A black and white photograph of three of the Martinsen children, identified as William, Rad, and Lee. Two of the children are posed on a wicker chair with a fur, and the oldest is standing.
    • Howe family portrait

    • Howe, Ann Turner, 1834-1922; Howe, Richard, 1839-1927; McMillan, Lovina Ann Howe, 1875-1956; Moffatt, Sarah Ann Howe, 1870-1963; Howe, Harry Esmond, 1876-1957; Howe, John Henry, 1862-1938; Trott, Laura Adelie Howe, 1872-1961; Howe, Frank Coton;...
    • This is a black and white group photo portrait of the Richard Howe family. Identified from the back of the photograph are, standing left to right: Laura Ann Howe Trott; Richard Alonzo Howe; Edward Erastus Howe; John Henry Howe; Sarah Elizabeth...
    • Howe, Minnie Lovina

    • McMillan, Lovina Ann Howe, 1875-1956;
    • This is a black and white portrait of Minnie Lovina Howe, alternately identified as Lovina Ann Howe, taken by Fox and Symons Studio in Salt Lake City. She was a daughter of Ann and Richard Turner Howe, and later married David McMillan.

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