Jack Family Papers

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[Reciept for Chorro Ranch]
[Reciept for Chorro Ranch]
Chorro Ranch Receipt, written to R. E. Jack and Hollister
Correspondence regarding sell of Cholame bucks
Correspondence regarding sell of Cholame bucks
Letter written by R. E. Jack to K. W. Jones
Receipt from M. Pepperman for Estate of Hollister
Receipt from M. Pepperman for Estate of Hollister
Reciept from M. Pepperman a "Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Toys, Fancy Articles, Cigars, Tobacco, Etc. Receipt says "Bill filled and allowed Recieved Payment. M. Pepperman"
National Gold Bank and Trust Co. Post Card
National Gold Bank and Trust Co. Post Card
Sent from San Francisco to R.E. Jack in San Luis Obispo. Signed by the Cashier, D.W.C Thompson. Postcard is notification of R.E. Jack's account credit.
Receipt from Frank G. Edwards for Mrs. R.E. Jack
Receipt from Frank G. Edwards for Mrs. R.E. Jack
Reciept from "Importer of Carpets, Paper Hangings and Window Shades," located in San Francisco. Items bought from Frank G. Edwards by Mrs. R.E. Jacks. Total purchase was for 32.50. On back written in red is "Voucher No. 48."
National Gold Bank and Trust Co. Post Card
National Gold Bank and Trust Co. Post Card
Sent from San Francisco to R.E. Jack in San Luis Obispo. Signed by the Cashier, D.W.C Thompson. Postcard is notification of R.E. Jack's account credit.
Certificate of land purchase
Certificate of land purchase
Certificate of land purchase to Erick Lybecker.
[Receipt] Chinese Labor Exchange
[Receipt] Chinese Labor Exchange
Receipt for payment by R. E. Jack for 'furnishing one Chinese servant'.
 Correspondence from H.H. Haight [10th Governor of Ca.] to R.E. Jack
Correspondence from H.H. Haight [10th Governor of Ca.] to R.E. Jack
Letter accompanying a check for $6000 from Haight to R. E. Jack?
 Check to Wy Lee from R. E. Jack for services on Chorro Ranch
Check to Wy Lee from R. E. Jack for services on Chorro Ranch
Correspondence from Jesse Riley accounting for the payment of "Chinaman Wy Lee's time to date, 6 months and 9 days at $30 per mont,) $189.00 Less $145.00 = $44.00 due him" and cashed check for services on Chorro Ranch, signed by Wy Lee.
[San Luis Obispo Tribune Receipt]
[San Luis Obispo Tribune Receipt]
Invoice of San Luis Obispo Tribune to Robert E. Jack, including fees for printing and newspaper subscription. Proprietors: H. S. Rembaugh and ill..
[Advertisement to Rent Dairy Land]
[Advertisement to Rent Dairy Land]
Goldtree Brothers advertisement "Dairy Land to Rent!! The undivided one fourth of the Rancho de CHORRO and LUISITO and CORRAL de PIEDRA, consisting of about 8,800 acres, with interest in Dwelling House, Out-Buildings, Corrals, etc., etc., with right to graze over the entire tracts. Wood and Water in great abundance, free."
Amending the Political Code in Sec. 3947
Amending the Political Code in Sec. 3947
Amendment to change the San Luis Obispo county border
 Document/Receipt of mining interest purchase, R.E. Jack [Deposits, Copper, and                Chrome]
Document/Receipt of mining interest purchase, R.E. Jack [Deposits, Copper, and Chrome]
Document transferring ownership of mining claims which were called La Libertad, La Union, Morro View, El Molino, Guadalupe, Arroyo del Radilla, El Calorado, La Radilla, Las Amigas, La Solidad, Santa Teresa and El (Fl-?), also the Lone Pine and Estrella chrome mining claims. Also transferall of copper mines Ocean View and Rufuio(?)
R.E. Jack Railroad Bond
R.E. Jack Railroad Bond
R.E. Jack $20,000 bond to Southern Pacific Railroad
Southern Pacific Railroad Right-of-way
Southern Pacific Railroad Right-of-way
Early sketch of the Southern Pacific Railroad right-of-way
[Chorro Street Widening Assessment Receipt]
[Chorro Street Widening Assessment Receipt]
Chorro Street Widening City of San Luis Obispo, California. Assessment Receipt
[San Luis Obispo Water Company Report]
[San Luis Obispo Water Company Report]
Cover page of report on the San Luis Obispo Water Company, reads: "----:Report:---- On the Present Condition and Value of the Works of the San Luis Obispo Water Company, Also, Available Sources of Supply for the City, other than those already appropriated, and estimated cost of construction of new works, By W. F. Boardman, Hydraulic Engineer. October, A.D., 1892."
Railroad invitation
Railroad invitation
Invitation to celebrate the completion of the Southern Pacific Railroad on May 5, 1894., 014-box10-folder2-1894-railroadinvitation
Railroad letter
Railroad letter
Letter from Geo. R. Adams in the Street Railway Office, El Paso de Robles, CA, dated February 8, 1894., 014-box10-folder2-1894-railroadletter
Belmont School Tuition/Fees
Belmont School Tuition/Fees
Belmont School tuition and fees sent to R.E. Jack
Correspondence from Henry Loderhose to R.E. Jack
Correspondence from Henry Loderhose to R.E. Jack
Correspondence about Jack's 5 lots of land in El Moro each of which had a $5.00 mortgage.
[Receipt for dues, King David's Lodge]
[Receipt for dues, King David's Lodge]
Receipt indicating payment of $6.00 for dues from R.E. Jack to King David's Masonic Lodge, No. 209
 Agreement of Sale of Cholame, R.E. Jack to Thomas McMahon
Agreement of Sale of Cholame, R.E. Jack to Thomas McMahon
Agreement of sale of Cholame, approximately 50,000 acres at $20.00 per acre to Thomas McMahon from R.E. Jack
 Correspondence to R.E. Jack from his daughter Gertrude
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from his daughter Gertrude
Letter from Gertrude Jack to her father R.E. Jack describing some of her experiences teaching abroad in Mexico, including meeting U.S. Minister General Matt Whitaker Ransom who she described as "a very lonely old chap - and a great ladies' man"
Poll tax receipt
Poll tax receipt
Receipt indicating payment of $2.00 for R.E. Jack's State Poll Tax
 Information about Oceano and Southern Pacific Railroad
Information about Oceano and Southern Pacific Railroad
Includes several months worth of correspondences and cost estimates
Map of Southern Pacifc Railroad gap
Map of Southern Pacifc Railroad gap
Map showing the gap from San Luis Obispo to Elwood
[Horse purchase receipt]
[Horse purchase receipt]
Receipt written on County Bank stationary indicating that R.E. Jack bought a horse named Bessie, and a smaller horse named Skip for $100 total
Receipt for dues, Knights of Pythias
Receipt for dues, Knights of Pythias
Receipt indicating payment of $16.00 for dues from R.E. Jack to Knights of Pythias, Park Lodge No. 40
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.E. Holbrook
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.E. Holbrook
Short letter from Holbrook keeping Jack updated - Pacific Exploration Company
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.E. Holbrook
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.E. Holbrook
Mentions sale of 3,400 acres of land in Alaska with water rights - Pacific Exploration Company
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.H. Adams
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.H. Adams
Letter from Adams to Jack requesting Jack to attend a stockholders meeting for the Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate Company - Pacific Exploration Company
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.H. Adams
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.H. Adams
Letter from Adams requesting Jack to send in $310 to the Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate Company in exchange for 10,000 shares of company stock - Pacific Exploration Company
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from F.H. Wheelan
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from F.H. Wheelan
Correspondence from F.H. Wheelan of Southern Pacific Mining Co. indicating receipt of $210 from Jack for the Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate Company
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from F.H. Wheelan
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from F.H. Wheelan
Correspondence indicating an enclosed receopt of payment to the Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate Co. and a promise of 1,000 shares of stock - Southern Pacific Milling Co.
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from F.H. Wheelan
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from F.H. Wheelan
Correspondence with instructions to Jack about receiving his stock in the Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate Company - Southern Pacific Milling Co.
 [Correspondence to R.E. Jack from U.S. Senator George Perkins]
[Correspondence to R.E. Jack from U.S. Senator George Perkins]
Perkins discusses the appointment of Postmaster
[Correspondence from U.S. Senator George Perkins]
[Correspondence from U.S. Senator George Perkins]
Perkins discusses the appointment of Postmaster
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from U.S. Grant Club
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from U.S. Grant Club
Letter rallies Jack to support Mr. Ulysses S. Grant to represent in the United States Senate
Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from W.H. Reynolds
Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from W.H. Reynolds
Reynolds solicits for Jack's support for the nomination of Clerk of the Supreme Court
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.H. Adams
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from W.H. Adams
Letter from W.H. Adams requiring Jack to pay $50 on the 10,000 shares of stock he owned, or one half cent per share - Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate Company
Receipt from The Union League Club to R.E. Jack
Receipt from The Union League Club to R.E. Jack
Receipt indicating R.E. Jack paid $6.00 in dues to The Union League Club
 Correspondence to R.E. Jack from James Gillion - Paso Robles Springs                Hotel
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from James Gillion - Paso Robles Springs Hotel
James Gillion writes to R.E. Jack apologizing for the behavior of his associate Otto E. Never, owner of the Paso Robles hotel. He mentions 'The "gunshot" episode and all the troubles arriving from it.'
 Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from S.C. Smith regarding the naming of Cal                Poly
Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from S.C. Smith regarding the naming of Cal Poly
'Dear Sir, I adopted your suggestion and changed the name of the school to the California Polytechnic School.'
 Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from S.C. Smith regarding the naming of Cal                Poly
Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from S.C. Smith regarding the naming of Cal Poly
Letter briefly mentions a 'school bill' (to make Cal Poly a school), political problems, and remarks on the weather in Jack's town.
Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from A.S. Whitsel
Correspondenceto R.E. Jack from A.S. Whitsel
Whitsel complains about the state legislators and discusses political issues
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from Anna E. Holland
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from Anna E. Holland
Holland remarks on news that the County Bank of San Luis Obispo closed and asks Jack for further information to releive anxiety.
 Correspondence to R.E. Jack from nephew Sherman H. Stow
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from nephew Sherman H. Stow
Stow informs that Jack has iron and copper, and magnetite on his property.
Telegram from R. E. Jack, Jr. to Mrs. R. E. Jack
Telegram from R. E. Jack, Jr. to Mrs. R. E. Jack
Telegram reads: 'Going to Sonoma Sunday, Send Twenty five dollars. Have written.'
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from John C. Howard
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from John C. Howard
Howard informs Jack that 'the obligation which rested upon you in the matter of accomodating the Oregon Improvement Company with a Bond for $250,000 is by decision of the State Supreme Court forever at an end.'
San Luis Obispo Railway time table
San Luis Obispo Railway time table
Hand written San Luis Obispo Railway time table
Telegram to H.F. Osgood from R.E. Jack
Telegram to H.F. Osgood from R.E. Jack
Message reads: 'Have Spencer Make application for Reopening tomorrow'. The reopening refers to the reopening of the San Luis Obispo County Bank, which was able to open back up under the condition that Jack would have no more to do with the management of the bank, as agreed upon by depositors.
Memo regarding sell out of West Coast Land Company
Memo regarding sell out of West Coast Land Company
Memo to N. Goldtree of Goldtree Bros., John L. Howard, R.E. Jack, and C.H. Phillips from Goodall Perkins
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from J.R. Scupham
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from J.R. Scupham
Crescent oil company, Shales west of Paso
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from C.H. Hill
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from C.H. Hill
Mention of Jack's 50,000 acres of oil land
 Correspondence/Memo to R.E. Jack from T.K. Stateler
Correspondence/Memo to R.E. Jack from T.K. Stateler
Alaska Grubstake Proposition Gold bearing sands in Alaska, Seward Peninsula
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from Cousin
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from Cousin
Signed D.W. Robinson? - most of the content relates to his business
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from [?] Hollister
Correspondence to R.E. Jack from [?] Hollister
Hollister requests Jack to perform political 'missionary work' on his behalf
 Agreement, R.E./Nellie Jack leaving hill on Chorro  Ranch to H.B. Gleason
Agreement, R.E./Nellie Jack leaving hill on Chorro Ranch to H.B. Gleason
Agreement for Gleason to mine on the hill and in exchange give Jack one tenth of any gold or other minerals extracted

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