Steele Ranch records, 1855-1973.


Steele Ranch records, 1855-1973.

Compilation of ranch records from the Steele Ranches of San Mateo County, California. Includes financial papers, legal papers, photographs, maps, and miscellaneous background notes written by Mrs. Catherine Steele.

48.5 linear feet.

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