Wells, Van Dyke,and Lee Papers. 1884-1887


Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee Papers., 1884-1887

Wells, Van Dyke,and Lee Papers. 1884-1887

Collected incoming correspondence to the Los Angeles law firm of Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee, which existed from 1885-1887.

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Baldwin, Elias Jackson, 1828-1909

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California businessman, investor and racehorse owner/breeder. From the description of Dictation from Elias Jackson Baldwin, 1891. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 26623949 ...

Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee.

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Biography The Los Angeles-based law firm of Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee existed as such from 1885 to 1889, and consisted of Guilford Wiley Wells, Walter Van Dyke, and Bradner Wells Lee. It was preceded by Brunson, Wells, and Lee (1883-1885) and succeeded by Wells, Guthrie, and Lee (1889-1890). Guilford Wiley Wells was born in Conseus Center, New York, on February 14, 1840. He attended Genesee Wesleyan Seminary and College in Lima, Ne...

Coney, A. K. (Alejandro K.), b. 1847

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Porter, James D. (James Davis), 1828-1912

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James D. Porter (1828-1912) received bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Nashville and earned a law degree from Cumberland University in 1884. He was a trustee of the Peabody Education Fund in 1883, President of the Tennessee Historical Society, and an author. From the description of James D. Porter Papers, 1902. (Vanderbilt University Library). WorldCat record id: 262478713 ...

Southern Pacific railroad company

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The Southern Pacific Railroad was founded in 1865 and was purchased in 1869 by Collis Huntington, Leland Stanford, Charles Crocker and Mark Hopkins, better known as the Big Four. It was the first railroad to connect Los Angeles to the rest of California and its lines extended as far as New Orleans. In 1901, the Union Pacific Railroad bought 38% of Southern Pacific stock and took control of the company, but the Union Pacific was ultimately forced to divest these shares in 1912 by the U.S. Supreme...

Wells, G. Wiley (Guilford Wiley), 1840-1909

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Lee, Bradner, 1850-1925.

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Hitchcock, Henry, 1829-1902

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Van Dyke, Walter, 1823-1905

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Soon after Judge Walter Van Dyke's admittance to the Bar in Cleveland he joined a company to head out west in search of gold. They left Cleveland in May of 1849 by steamer for Chicago where they organized an outfit for the journey across the plains. They reached California around the end of 1849. From the description of Autobiography and Reminiscence of Judge Walter Van Dyke, Los Angeles, 1901. (The Society of California Pioneers). WorldCat record id: 55979351 From the descr...