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Item"Action...will be suspended pending receipt in this office of receipt No. 2905386."(1930-02-11) Carmack, MargueriteStamped "received U. S. Land Office Sacramento, Calif. Date Feb 13, 1930." ItemAdvertisements and poem sent to Willaim D. Driscoll.(UNPUBLISHED, 1940-03-11) Brininstool, E. A.Includes an ad for the book Trail Dust of a Maverick, about the lore of the West, with a form on the back for ordering it. Also includes a poem "Adios West!" about the end of the Old West, excerpted from the book. There is also a postcard with two additional books for sale. ItemAgreement whereas Whitmore agrees to lease to Perry his ten acre orchard.(UNPUBLISHED, 1919-04-12) Whitmore, Rolland; Perry, Norwood"It is agreed and understood by both parties that the party of the second part is to furnish all spray material and boxes, and do all spraying during the period of this lease. Also party of the second part agrees to ditch, irrigate, cut out, blight, thin and pick fruit except small fruit such as cherries, etc., which both will pick, and deliver same to warehouse of the party of the second part, in bulk." ItemAmerican Railway Express Co. package notification postcard.(UNPUBLISHED, 1928-05-26) Truley"We have received to your address, and HOLD AT YOUR RISK." ItemAmong the early Pioneers of Visalia.(UNPUBLISHED, 1955) Ropp, Mrs. P. F."In 1850 John Meadows and Margaret Meadows his wife, with their first Baby, Mary ann, crossed the plains and mountains, through thousands of svage Indians, and many dangers from wild animals, bad water and dangerous roads, hardships and what not, they nearly died from thirst one time, but managed to find water before it was too late, but they were strong and brave and full of courage...." ItemAnnual report on the state of the Sequoia National Forest.(UNPUBLISHED, 1944-02-10) Norris, Norman L."...I believe it is evident that a public property like this Forest need not return immediately in dollars and cents the money invested in it in order to make such expenditures fully justifiable. The expenditures represent a long time investment in resources and in less tangible public benefits." ItemAttempt to "work toward the redemption of the property."(UNPUBLISHED, 1935-02-09) Smith, Floyd R.; Waltz, O. M."...Your Committee believes that Mr. Priestley's last letter offers a possible basis upon which the actual equities in this property can be redeemed." Item"Bob Alexander, Assistant State Printer, will have completed fifty years of service on that one job."(UNPUBLISHED, 1937-10-23) Moore, George H."Old friends and new will gather to do homage to this Grand Old Man. He will be presented with a gold watch. Believe it or not, but Mr. Alexander has no watch. Every time he consults the new time piece he will think of you, for if you accept this invitation, you will have shared its cost, and your name will be graven on a golden scroll that we shall present to him." ItemChronological list of song from pre-1870's through 1912, from Paramount Pictures.(UNPUBLISHED, 1938-03-31) Moros, Boris"Herewith I am enclosing chronological list of the outstanding popular songs for many years before 1870 up to 1912. I am sorry I could not reply to you any sooner, but it took me some time to get this list completed and in authentic dates. Any music stores will be able to furnish you with the copies." ItemCollection of correspondence and newspaper clippings sent to the U.S. Department of Justice.(UNPUBLISHED, 1965) Relander, ClickRecipient is Leland Yost with the U.S. Department of Justice. Includes the foreword to Drummers and Dreamers and 34 pages of clippings. ItemCorrespondence from the Division of Forestry concerning publication.(UNPUBLISHED, 1958-10-28) Branch, W. C.; Clar, C. R.; Raymond, F. H.Includes table of contents of a proposed book, California Government and Forestry. ItemCounty Hunting & Fishing License, Yakima County, Wash.(UNPUBLISHED, 1928-10-16) Clarke, John M."This certifies that Nicklos Clark address Wapato is licensed to hunt and fish in this county, in a manner and according to the restrictions prescribed by law."