Subject Source: Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The Boulder Water Company was incorporated October 25, 1919 as a mutual water company and was officially dissolved in June 1979. Located in Claremont, California, the Company operated one well and two reservoirs for the benefit of its stockholder members. The collection, which came from the corporate secretary, consists of correspondence, legal documents and financial records of the Company and is most complete in the company’s last 15 years, 1964-1979. Minutes from the meetings are complete.
Dates: 1918-1979; Majority of material found within 1964 - 1979
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Business ledgers: minute books, stock record book, accounts book, assessment books, from this early water company in the Pomona Valley.
Abstract Arthur Macdonald Dole graduated from Pomona College in 1896. Throughout his life he was invested in the college as well as numerous other community organizations. This collection includes his family, civic, and business papers. There is correspondence relating to the history of Pomona College, a Civil War era diary by William B. Dole, and artwork by Arthur's wife, Fanny. There are also records and correspondence relating to the financial interests of the Dole family, including a furniture...
Abstract Historical account books of mining companies and businesses (1861-circa 1900), photograph album (circa 1890s-1940s), diary, correspondence, Meadows miscellany (1960s-1980s), Honnold Library Society (1973-1979).
Scope and Contents Pomona Valley water company, business records. Bylaws, canceled stock certificates, and account books.
Abstract: The first section of papers contains marriage investigation records kept by the San Gabriel Mission from 1788 to 1861. An alphabetical index indicates the folder number of each item. The second section of papers contains letters and documents from early California missionaries from 1773-1856. There is a total of 330 documents.