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Post No. Alt. No. Post Name City County Repository Location Collection Name Description of Item(s) Medium/Condition Informant Date Dept. Source
000   (Department) N/A N/A       NOTE:  All record books and books of accounts of the Department of California & Nevada were lost in the earthquake-related fire in San Francisco on 18 April 1906.  The Department headquarters at the time was located in Room 332 of City Hall in San Francisco, which was completely destroyed.   Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Apr-2015 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A California History Room, CA State Library 900 N Street, Sacramento, CA; phone 916-654-0176; email cslcal@library.ca.gov Call No. E462.1.C183  Account book for the departmental headquarters posting membership dues and payments for supplies from each Post in the Department during the period 1928-1936. Also includes minutes from Council of Administration meetings during 1930-1931 (some typewritten). Ledger of the Adjutant and/or QM for the Dept. of CA & NV, GAR, 1928 to 1936.  Lists year, Commander & Adjutant (intermittent), number of members by year or half year. Book/Ledger, 152 p., 32cm. Kirby Morgan, SUVCW Sep-2010 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A California History Room, CA State Library 900 N Street, Sacramento, CA; phone 916-654-0176; email cslcal@library.ca.gov Call No. E462.1.C182  Account book for the departmental headquarters posting income from the individual Posts and disbursements for the period 1926-1932.  The front cover at the bottom edge has GAR Department of California and Nevada in faint pencil printing.  The "Ledger" primary purpose appears to be to keep Per Capita Tax records with some other information.  Posts indexed:  72, 1928 to first half of 1936.  Post Name, Number, City and some notes (i.e., "disbanded). Book/Ledger, 1 vol., 25 x 32 cm. Kirby Morgan, SUVCW Sep-2010 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A California History Room, CA State Library 900 N Street, Sacramento, CA; phone 916-654-0176; email cslcal@library.ca.gov   Proceedings of the Annual Encampments of the Department of California and Nevada, GAR.  Years available 1868 through 1944/1945, with the following years missing: 1889, 1890, 1891, 1893, 1901, 1943. Published volumes Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Oct-2012 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A San Diego Historical Society Research Archives San Diego History Center Library: (Casa de Balboa, lower level) 1649 El Prado, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 92101; phone 619-232-6205; email collections@sandiegohistory.org; website http://www.sandiegohistory.org/ Manuscript Collection MS-157 (Box 1, Folder 10, Series I), Grand Army of the Republic Collection. Registry of the 32nd Encampment, Dept. of California (1899), convened at San Diego.  Part of a larger collection of materials associated with Heintzelman Post, No. 33. Book Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A University of California, Riverside Special Collections & Archives, Tomás Rivera Library, 4th floor, 3401 Watkins Drive, Riverside, CA 92521; phone 951-827-3233; email specialcollections@ucr.edu; website http://library.ucr.edu/view/libraries/rivera. Ropes and Skinner Family Papers (collection 142). Series 2. Skinner family papers. 1854-circa 1970, undated. Subseries 2.2., Box 35: Folder 22, Correspondence from fellow GAR members to Jairus L. Skinner 1889-1900; Box 36: Folder 15, Manuscript of an address written and delivered by Skinner on the GAR 1891; Folder 16, Poem regarding Stanton Post written by Skinner, undated.  Box 42: Folder 4, Inspection Reports of Skinner, GAR. 1895-1898; Folder 5, Resolutions and subscription in honor of Mollie F. Hill, Sumner Post #3, GAR, 1882; Folder 7, Appointment certificate of Skinner as Assistant Inspector of the GAR 1896; Folder 12, Correspondence from GAR associates to Skinner 1889-1899; Folder 17, Document nominating Skinner to the post of Senior Vice Commander of the Dept. of CA GAR, undated; Folder 19, Campaign fliers, connected to Skinner's campaign to become Senior Vice Commander of the GAR, Department of CA 1886; Folder 22, Certificate recognizing Skinner as Special Aide-de-Camp in the GAR, Dept. of CA & NV, 1897. Box 43: Folder 1, Documents regarding Skinner's involvement with the GAR posts and claims against the government 1896, undated. (continued below) Part of a large collection of family papers, 23.0 linear feet (44 document boxes, 2 flat storage boxes) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2013 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A University of California, Riverside Special Collections & Archives, Tomás Rivera Library, 4th floor, 3401 Watkins Drive, Riverside, CA 92521; phone 951-827-3233; email specialcollections@ucr.edu; website http://library.ucr.edu/view/libraries/rivera. Ropes and Skinner Family Papers (collection 142). Series 4, GAR and related organizations 1862-1921, undated Box 33: Folder 17, Correspondence and other material relating to the GAR and the W.R.C. 1907-1921, undated; Folder 31, Roster of the GAR, undated.  Box 37: Folder 3, Fliers, rosters, and other material primarily relating to the GAR and the W.R.C. 1886-1901, undated; Folder 4, Rosters and membership applications relating to the W.R.C. and the Sons of Veterans 1897-1901, undated; Folder 18, Book titled "Ritual of the Grand Army of the Republic" 1891; Folder 19, Book titled "Services for the Use of the Grand Army of the Republic" 1881; Folder 24, Pamphlets of the   GAR, the CA & NV Department of the GAR, and the W.R.C., 1893-1897; Folder 25, Fliers, programs, and other material relating to the GAR and the Sons of Veterans 1862-1901, undated; Folder 27, Manual titled "Constitutions, Rules and Regulations" for the Sons of Veterans 1899.  (continued below) Part of a large collection of family papers, 23.0 linear feet (44 document boxes, 2 flat storage boxes) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2013 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A University of California, Riverside Special Collections & Archives, Tomás Rivera Library, 4th floor, 3401 Watkins Drive, Riverside, CA 92521; phone 951-827-3233; email specialcollections@ucr.edu; website http://library.ucr.edu/view/libraries/rivera. Ropes and Skinner Family Papers (collection 142). Series 4, GAR and related organizations 1862-1921, undated (continued from above) Box 38: Folder 1, Manual titled "Manual For the Guidance of the Grand Army of the Republic" (photocopy) 1884; Folders 2-4, Proceedings of the National Encampments for the GAR 1876-1889; Folder 7, Pamphlet titled "Digest of Decisions of the Judge Advocate Department of California G.A.R." circa 1884; Folder 8, Programs for Memorial Day Services held by the GAR 1886-1892; Folder 9, Manual titled "Rules and Regulations" for the W.R.C. 1896; Folder 10, Roster for the Department of CA, GAR 1883, 1892; Folder 11, Book titled "Roster, By-Laws and Historical Sketch of Stanton Post No.55 Department of California and Nevada, Grand Army of the Republic" (photocopy) 1893, 1912; Folder 12, Book titled "Decisions and Opinions of the Commanders-in-Chief and Judge Advocates-General of the Grand Army of the Republic." 1884; Folder 13, Brochures and rosters regarding the GAR, the W.R.C., and the Sons of Veterans 1884-1909, undated. (continued below) Part of a large collection of family papers, 23.0 linear feet (44 document boxes, 2 flat storage boxes) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2013 CA/NV N/A
000   (Department) N/A N/A University of California, Riverside Special Collections & Archives, Tomás Rivera Library, 4th floor, 3401 Watkins Drive, Riverside, CA 92521; phone 951-827-3233; email specialcollections@ucr.edu; website http://library.ucr.edu/view/libraries/rivera. Ropes and Skinner Family Papers (collection 142). Series 4, GAR and related organizations 1862-1921, undated (continued from above) Folder 14, Admission tickets, etc., re., the GAR, W.R.C., and S. of V., incl. badge, 1885-1900, undated.  Box 39: Folders 1-4, Proceedings of the Annual Encampments for the Dept. of CA, GAR, 1882-1895. Box 40: Folder 36, Pamphlets re., the GAR 1899.  Box 41: Folder 7, Fliers regarding the general orders of the W.R.C. 1897. Box 42: Folder 3, Document titled "Address of the Department Commander" from the Dept. CA & NV, GAR, 1897; Folder 6, Document titled "Official Roll of Thirtieth Annual Encampment, Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada" 1897; Folder 8, Rosters for the Dept. of MA, GAR, 1873-1876; Folder 16, Documents detailing general orders from the GAR, Dept. of MA 1876; Box 42: Folder 18, Documents detailing general orders from the GAR, Dept. of CA 1886; Box 42: Folder 24, Flier titled "Form of Inspection for the Grand Army of the Republic" undated; Folder 28, Flier, program, and other material pertaining to the T22nd Annual Nat'l Encampment of the GAR 1888. Box 45: Badges for events organized by the GAR 1879-1899; Badge samples for the GAR including the original price list for memorial badges, undated. Part of a large collection of family papers, 23.0 linear feet (44 document boxes, 2 flat storage boxes) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2013 CA/NV N/A
001   Lincoln San Francisco San Francisco Grand Army of the Republic Museum 629 S 7th St, Springfield, IL 62703; phone 217-522-4373.  Bulit and operated by the National Woman's Relief Corps.   Original (replacement) Post charter, issued 28 March 1907, to replace the original that was destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire.  Post Descriptive Book, probably a late one, containing member deaths and discharged circa 1923-1929. Original manuscript, mounted and on display.  Original bound volume, on display under glass, fragile. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Aug-2016 CA/NV CA1
001   Sedgwick  San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
001   Post No. 1 / Starr King San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
002   Post No. 2 / Lincoln San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
002   George H. Thomas  San Francisco San Francisco The Bancroft Library University of California, Berkeley, CA  94720-6000; ph 510-642-3781; email bancref@library.berkeley.edu; website http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/ Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada records, circa 1884-1940. (Call no.: BANC MSS CA 175) Volumes 13-18: descriptive book, minutes of meetings, 1906-1925, ledgers, and receipt book, G.H. Thomas Post No. 2, San Francisco. Part of a collection of 25 original volumes (2.05 linear feet). Records stored offsite, requires advance request for viewing. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
002   George H. Thomas  San Francisco San Francisco U.S. Army War College U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center; 950 Soldiers Drive, Carlisle, PA 17013-5021; phone 717-245-3949; email carl_usamhi@conus.army.mil; website www.carlisle.army.mil/ahec/ Call No. E462.1.C19 T7 Roster, by-laws and roll of deceased members of Geo. H. Thomas Post no. 2, 15 February 1892. Bound volume, 47 pages. Glenn Knight, Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Feb-2012 CA/NV CA1
003   Post No. 3 / Sumner Sacramento Sacramento Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Nat'l GAR Records Officer Originally offered for sale at private auction.  Seller based in Pennsylvania, purchased by Dean Enderlin, 15 January 2017. Private collection Minute Book, 1869-1881; Minute Book, 1881-1886.  Offered for sale at auction (eBay no. 112262974756), January 2017.  Seller shadrowschoice.  Auction photos on file. Original bound volumes, 8-1/4" x 13" Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jan-2017 CA/NV CA1
004   Post No. 4 Visalia Tulare               CA/NV  
004   Sedgwick San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV DE1
004 012 Farragut  Vallejo Solano Vallejo Veterans Memorial Building 420 Admiral Callaghan Lane, Vallejo, CA  94591 Wall display Post Colors with remnant of pole, engraved escutcheon, time capsule. Framed under glass Patsy J. Everette, ASUVCW Oct-2009 CA/NV CA1
004   Sedgwick San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV  
005   Post No. 5 Los Angeles Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
005   ADM Dahlgren  San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
006   Frank Bartlet (-Logan) Los Angeles Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
006 009 Rawlins   Stockton San Joaquin               CA/NV CA1
006   Post No. 6 / Baker Santa Cruz Santa Cruz               CA/NV CA1
007   Post No. 7 Marysville Yuba               CA/NV CA1
007   Phil Sheridan San Jose Santa Clara Private collection     Descriptive Book and large collection of Post membership applications, dating from the founding of the Post in 1878.  Found in a "built-in storage unit in a ritualistic room along a wall on the second floor of a building that formerly housed the Druids (or some similar fraternal organization) at which Post No. 7 had met."  A worker found the items during the building's demolotion. Original bound volume and collection of original manuscripts. Tad Campbell & Dan Bunnell, SUVCW Camp 4 Feb-2003 CA/NV CA1
007   Phil Sheridan (/ Dix) San Jose Santa Clara Phil Sheridan Camp 4, Dept. of California & Pacific, SUVCW PO Box 24969, San Jose, CA 95154-4969; email camp4@suvpac.org; website http://www.suvpac.org/camp4.html. Camp Archives Photocopy of Death & Burial Book for Oak Hill Cemetery (San Jose), original deed to two GAR plots at Oak Hill Cemetery (San Jose). Photocopy of Death & Burial Book made from original in vaults of Oak Hill Cemetery, San Jose. John Stolp, SUVCW Camp 4 Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
007 018 Thomas Placerville El Dorado               CA/NV DE1
007   Phil Sheridan (/ Dix) San Jose Santa Clara History San Jose phone 408-521-5026; website http://www.historysanjose.org (no details) Photograph identifying members of Post 7.   John Stolp, SUVCW Camp 4 Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
008   Lyon Oakland Alameda County of Alameda Clerk-Recorder's Office; 1106 Madison Street,Oakland, CA 94607; phone 888-280-7708;  Deeds (exact book and page not known) Deed, as recorded in the San Francisco Call newspaper, 6 November 1903:  "Evergreen Cemetery Association to James Curry, post commander, Lyon Post, No. 8, G.A.R. (as trustee), all lots as laid out Map 3, Evergreen Cemetery, Lyon Post plat, G.A.R., in Trenor and Armstrong Tract, for interment of deceased Union Veterans of the Civil War, etc., Brooklyn Township; $1. Recorded on or about 5 November 1903. Cemetery Plot Deed Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Nov-2011 CA/NV CA1
008   Post No. 8 San Jose Santa Clara               CA/NV CA1
009 006 Post No. 9 / Rawlins Stockton San Joaquin               CA/NV DE1
009 026 Mansfield Suisun Solano               CA/NV DE1
009   Grant Modesto Stanislaus McHenry Museum & Historical Society 1402 I Street, Modesto, CA 95354; phone 209-577-5235; email museum@mchenrymuseum.org; website www.mchenrymuseum.org/
  Certificate naming and honoring several veterans received into the Grant Post no. 9 of the G.A.R. in Modesto.  Microfilmed by LDS Chuch and publicly availabel through the Famiy History Library (see separate listing). Manuscript, original Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Oct-2011 CA/NV CA1
009   Grant Modesto Stanislaus Family History Library 35 North Temple West, Salt Lake City, UT  84150; phone 866-406-1830; website www.familysearch.org/ US / Canadian Collections: US/CAN Film #1434409 Item 9 Microfilm of records located in the McHenry Museum, Modesto, CA. Contains a certificate naming and honoring several veterans received into the Grant Post no. 9 of the G.A.R. in Modesto. Microfilm, 1 reel (35mm) Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Oct-2011 CA/NV CA1
009   Grant Modesto Stanislaus County of Stanislaus County Courthouse (no further details)   Original flag from Grant Post #9, presented to the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors by the SV and WRC for display and care.  On display with original plaque. Original flag with plaque Kirby Morgan, SUVCW Nov-2009 CA/NV CA1
010   Post No. 10 / McPherson   Oakland Alameda               CA/NV CA1
011   Post No. 11 Presidio San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
011   Joe Hooker  Alameda Alameda Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
012 004 Post No. 12 / Farragut Vallejo Solano               CA/NV  
012   Anderson San Jose Santa Clara               CA/NV CA1
013   Post No. 13 Auburn Placer               CA/NV CA1
014   Post No. 14 Jackson Amador               CA/NV CA1
015   Post No. 15 Petaluma Sonoma               CA/NV CA1
015   Sherman Oroville Butte               CA/NV  
016   Post No. 16 / Rough and Ready Grass Valley Nevada               CA/NV CA1
016   Rod Matheson  Healdsburg Sonoma               CA/NV CA1
017   Sedgwick Santa Ana Orange Bowers Museum 2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706; phone 714-567-3600; website www.bowers.org; also SUVCW Camp 17   Charter & 45-star flag (Bowers Museum collection), Descriptive Roll & Index, Minutes Books, Printed Yearly Rosters, Death & Burial Books, Bible. Original Documents, collection Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
017   Sedgwick Santa Ana Orange The Bancroft Library University of California, Berkeley, CA  94720-6000; ph 510-642-3781; email bancref@library.berkeley.edu; website http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/ Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada records, circa 1884-1940. (Call no.: BANC MSS CA 175) Volumes 19-20: minutes of meetings, 1919-1927, and receipt book. Part of a collection of 25 original volumes (2.05 linear feet). Records stored offsite, requires advance request for viewing. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
018 007 Post No. 18 / Thomas Placerville El Dorado               CA/NV CA1
018   Canby Biggs Butte               CA/NV CA1
019   Halleck Chico Butte Colman Museum 13548 Centerville Road, Chico, CA 95928; phone 530-893-9667; email colmanmuseum@aol.com; website www.colmanmuseum.com/   Descriptive Book Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
020   Post No. 20 Ione City Calaveras               CA/NV CA1
020   Ellsworth Santa Rosa Sonoma The Bancroft Library University of California, Berkeley, CA  94720-6000; ph 510-642-3781; email bancref@library.berkeley.edu; website http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/ Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada records, circa 1884-1940. (Call no.: BANC MSS CA 175) Volumes 5-12: minutes of meetings, 1905-1937, receipt books and descriptive book, Ellsworth Post No. 20, Santa Rosa. Part of a collection of 25 original volumes (2.05 linear feet). Records stored offsite, requires advance request for viewing. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
020   Ellsworth Santa Rosa Sonoma County of Sonoma, Office of the Recorder 585 Fiscal Drive (Sonoma County Administration Center), Suite 103F, Santa Rosa, CA  95403; website www.sonoma-county.org/recorder/aboutus.asp Sonoma County Deeds Deeds to Lots in Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery. Deeds Book 312, pp. 297-298 (30 July 1913): Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Assoc. (Grantor) to Joseph S. Wilson of Ellsworth Post, No. 20, GAR, et al., Lots 177 and 181 in the Western Half Circle.  Deeds Book 312, pp. 456-457 (3 Oct. 1913): Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Assoc. (Grantor) to Joseph S. Wilson of Ellsworth Post, No. 20, GAR, et al., Lots 178, 179, and 180 in the Western Half Circle.  Official Records Book 79, pp. 205-206 (28 Apr. 1924): Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Assoc. (Grantor) to Ellsworth Post, No. 20, GAR, Lots 182, 183, 184, 189, and parts of Lots 188 and 185, Western Half Circle. Bound Volumes, original county records. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Mar-2009 CA/NV CA1
021   Post No. 21 Mokelumne Hill Calaveras               CA/NV CA1
021   Anderson Ferndale Humboldt               CA/NV CA1
022   Curtis San Quentin Marin               CA/NV CA1
023   Rawlins Stockton San Joaquin               CA/NV CA1
024   Post No. 24 Wilmington Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
026 009 Post No. 26 / Mansfield Suisun Solano               CA/NV CA1
026   R. L. McCook  Watsonville Santa Cruz               CA/NV CA1
028   Post No. 28 / Commander Williams  Somersville / Nortonville Contra Costa               CA/NV CA1, DE1
030   GEN Wright Soquel Santa Cruz               CA/NV DE1
032   W. H. L. Wallace (after 1895: Wallace-Reynolds) Santa Cruz Santa Cruz   Whereabouts currently unknown.  See description for additional information.   The roster (Descriptive Book), Minute Books and flag of Wallace-Reynolds Post #32 were destroyed in a fire that swept through downtown Santa Cruz in April 1894.  The roster reportedly contained the names of 190 members of the Post.  Records from 1895 to 1935 were stored in the basement of the Veterans Memorial Building in Santa Cruz.  Following a flood in 1955, efforts were made by the American Legion to salvage the surviving records.  Those that were recovered were dried and reportedly sent to the California Veterans Museum in Sacramento for safekeeping.  The whereabouts of these records is currently unknown.   Robert L. Nelson, SUVCW 2004 CA/NV CA1
032   W. H. L. Wallace (after 1895: Wallace-Reynolds) Santa Cruz Santa Cruz Unknown Offered for sale at private auction.  Seller based in Whittier, California. Private collection Post flag, 58 in. by 34 in., wool.  Manufactured by Sterling.  Marked "GAR Wallace-Reynolds Post 32" and "SUV" on the hoist.  Offered for sale at auction (eBay no. 261504134681), June 2014.  Seller yardsalethriftshop.  Buyer ______.  Auction photos on file. Original wool flag, minor moth damage. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2014 CA/NV CA1
033   Heintzelman San Diego San Diego San Diego Historical Society Research Archives San Diego History Center Library: (Casa de Balboa, lower level) 1649 El Prado, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 92101; phone 619-232-6205; email collections@sandiegohistory.org; website www.sandiegohistory.org/ Manuscript Collection MS-157 (Boxes 1 to 3, Series I), Grand Army of the Republic Collection. The collection is arranged in two series, following general chronological order: Series I: Heintzelman Post, #33; and Series II: Datus E. Coon Post #172. Series II: Bylaws and recruits, 1881; Rosters 1902, 1905-1909, 1913-1939; roster including names addresses, 1917; Mem. Day speech by J. S. Callen; record of GAR burials, 1878-1918; financial records, 1889-1933; miscellanea, 1880's to 1920's; Registry of 32nd Department Encampment, includes List of [Post] Charter Members, and [Post] Roster of Members, 1880s-1930s; descriptive book of members, 1881-1908; descriptive book of members, 1908; minutes 1884-1891, 1904-1909, 1917, 1918-1919, 1919-1921, 1922-1931, 1932-1933.  (An online finding aid is available) Three of four boxes in MS-157 (2 linear feet for the four).  The binding on some bound volumes is disintegrating. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
034   James A. Garfield  San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
037   Reynolds Wilmington Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
038   Kilpatrick St. Helena Napa               CA/NV CA1
041   Governor Morton  Calistoga Napa Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
042   John A. Dix  San Jose Santa Clara Research Library at History Park 1650 Senter Road, San Jose, CA   Charter   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
044   Cushing San Buenaventura Ventura               CA/NV JH1
046   COL Cass  San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
047   Lou Morris  Livermore Alameda       An effort to locate the lost Post Charter was launched in June 1936 by the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic.  The effort was led by Miss Frances Gayetti of Berkeley (Source: Oakland Tribune, 30 June 1936).  The Post banner was given to the American Legion by the last surviving member, Horace Overacker, in November 1929 (Source: Oakland Tribune, 11 Nov. 1929).   Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2017 CA/NV CA1
048   GEN G. G. Meade  San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
049   COL Whipple  Eureka Humboldt               CA/NV CA1
050   Appomattox Oakland Alameda               CA/NV CA1, DE1
051   McPherson Hanford Kings Unknown Whereabouts unknown. Offered for sale at auction.  Seller based in Richmond, VA. Private collection Three Quarterly Post Adjutant Reports, dated 1 July 1894, 1 Jan. 1895, and 30 September 1895.  It was sold to a private party at an online auction (original eBay item #301065603532, seller ivymontcpa, buyer _______), auction listing from February 2014.  Auction photos on file. Original manuscripts Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Feb-2014 CA/NV CA1
051   McPherson Hanford Kings Hanford Carnegie Museum 109 East 8th Street  Hanford, CA 93230; phone 559-584-1367; email hanfordcarnegie@att.net; website http://hanfordcarnegiemuseum.org/   Kings County Souvenir Program of the 35th GAR Dept. of Calif. and Nev. Encampment at Hanford, August 8-10, 1902; McPherson Post 51 envelope addresses to QtrM Bond; Blank G.A.R. application for McPherson Post with the following names already filled out: Charles Adolph (Post Commander); C.H. Watson, M.J. Grimshart, J.F. Alvord (Committee); McPherson Post 51 brochure (organized May 16, 1883, meets at Odd Fellows Hall, 112 E. 8th St.); McPherson Post 51 letterhead, letter dated Feb. 27, 1912, describing the service of George W. Clute, Sgt., Co. A, 1st NY Dragoons (2 yrs, 4 1/2 mos), discharged January 18, 1865; joined Post by muster July 6, 1884 (aged 72); McPherson Post 51 card (post card sized), advertizing the Post (meets 2nd and 4th Saturday at 2PM; C. M. Smith, adj; Geo. W. Clute, post commander).  The collection also includes assorted ribbons and pins. Original manuscripts and paper ephemera Ronald Cannon, SUVCW Oct-2014 CA/NV CA1
051   McPherson Hanford Kings   Personal collection of National GAR Records Officer, Dean Enderlin. Private collection Combined Roster, Gen. McPherson Post, No. 51, GAR, and McPherson Corps, No. 97, WRC, booklet dated 1903. Orginal booklet, paper bound Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Oct-2014 CA/NV CA1
052   Starr King Santa Barbara Santa Barbara University of California, Santa Barbara, Davidson Library, Dept. of Special Collections Santa Barbara, CA  93106-9010; www.oac.cdlib.org/data/13030/9x/kt709nb29x/files/kt709nb29x.pdf Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), Starr Post No. 52 Collection Acquisition Info:  Presented by Laura Belle Stoddard Tent 22, DUVCW, in 1982.  Box 1:1 Secretary's books - 10 volumes, mainly minutes, together with reports, resolutions, general orders, muster rolls, photographs, and clippings, 1883-1937.  Box 1:2: Account book - 1 volume, 1907-1926.  Box 2: Scrapbook entitled "Souvenir 1907 Encampment - Santa Barbara 40th Dept. Encampment of California and Nevada GAR, Santa Barbara, California, April 1907," c. 1861-1940 (contains photos and biographical forms of Civil War Union veterans, along with clippings and engravings, also some material from years before and after the encampment, including hand-colored engravings of Civil War scenes, with two by Courier & Ives). Book/Ledger Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Nov-2010 CA/NV CA1
053   Thomas Dollard  Mendocino Mendocino               CA/NV CA1
054   Warren Sacramento Sacramento               CA/NV CA1
055   Stanton Los Angeles Los Angeles Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter, Descriptive Roll & Index, Minutes Books, Printed Yearly Rosters, Cash Books, Bible, Library Collection, Photos, Many Documents Original Documents, collection Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
056   GEN James B. Steedman  Salinas Monterey               CA/NV CA1
057   William H. Long San Bernardino San Bernardino               CA/NV  
057   W. R. Cornman  San Bernardino San Bernardino               CA/NV CA1
058   Jesse L. Reno  Hollister San Benito               CA/NV CA1
059   Gettysburg Tulare Tulare Veterans of Foreign Wars (reportedly) Possibly in the care of Tulare Post, No. 2002.   Records were turned over to VFW by a non-GAR Civil War veteran.  Current location not known.   Kirby Morgan, SUVCW Apr-2000 CA/NV CA1
060   Shiloh Compton Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
061   Vicksburg Pomona Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
063   Antietam Petaluma Sonoma Petaluma Historical Museum 20 Fourth Street, Petaluma, CA 94952, phone 707-778-4398, fax 707-762-3923, email N/A   Minutes of the Antietam Post GAR, 1892-1903   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Oct-2010 CA/NV CA1
064   Rousseau Kelseyville Lake               CA/NV CA1
065   W. H. Seward  Woodland Yolo               CA/NV CA1
066   Robert Anderson  Lompoc Santa Barbara               CA/NV CA1
068   MAJ E. W. Eddy  Santa Paula Ventura               CA/NV CA1
070   Fred Steele San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo       Original charter destroyed by fire in the late 1870's.  Rechartered 1 July 1886.       CA/NV CA1
071   COL E. D. Baker  Newcastle Yuba County of Placer, CA. Auburn Veterans Memorial Hall, 100 East Street, Auburn, CA (mailing address 11476 C Street, Auburn, CA 95603); phone 530-886-4900; website www.placer.ca.gov/departments/facility/halls/aub_mem_hall   Charter   David Davis, SUVCW Apr-2010 CA/NV CA1
072   GEN George S. Evans  Redwood City San Mateo               CA/NV CA1
073   Eddy Lee  Swasey / Glenburn Shasta               CA/NV CA1
074   Kit Carson Napa Napa               CA/NV CA1
075   GEN J. K. Mansfield  Red Bluff Tehama               CA/NV CA1
076   CPT William Wallace  Lake City Modoc               CA/NV CA1
077   GEN Canby Martinez Contra Costa               CA/NV CA1
078   Thomas Amner  Boulder Creek Santa Cruz               CA/NV CA1
079   E. F. Winslow  Redding Shasta               CA/NV CA1
080   Corinth Marysville Yuba Museum of the Forgotten Warriors and Library Center 5865 A Road, Marysville, CA  96901.  Contact Dann Spear, phone 530-742-3090, email cws21779@aol.com   Charter Original Document? (Needs Confirmation) Owen Stiles, SUVCW Mar-2011 CA/NV JH1
081   J. W. Morey Guerneville Sonoma               CA/NV CA1
082   E. O. C. Ord  Los Gatos Santa Clara John A. Logan Camp #20, Dept. of Calif. & Pacific, SUVCW Based in Los Gatos, California.  The most current address is: 5780 Hoffman Lane, Fair Oaks, CA  95628; email camp20@suvpac.org Private collecion The original records of E. O. C. Ord Post, No. 82, are reportedly in the care of this Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Camp.  No further details are available at this time. Original documents Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2011 CA/NV CA1
084   GEN G. B. McClellan  Etna Mills Siskiyou               CA/NV CA1
085   GEN Berry  Truckee Placer Old Jail Museum 10142 Jibboom Street, Truckee, CA. Administered by the Truckee Donner Historical Society, P.O. Box 893, Truckee, CA. 96160;  phone 530-582-0893 Wall display 38-star Post flag with lettering: "Gen'l Berry Post, No. 85, G.A.R. Truckee Cal." Displayed upright (field to right), framed and under glass. David Davis, SUVCW Aug-2011 CA/NV CA1
086   Dunham Kingsburg Fresno               CA/NV CA1
088   Lookout Mountain Berkeley Alameda Berkeley Historical Society Veterans Memorial Building, 1931 Center Street (P.O. Box 1190), Berkeley, CA  94701; phone 510-848-0181; website www.berkeleyhistoricalsociety.org/ Lookout Mountain Post 88 Records Sealed hand-made chest of records stored in the Berkeley Veterans Memorial Building, and opened in 2008.  Note inside reads, "This chest was prepared and disposal of contents placed by Erie A. May, the last Commander of the post, May, 1939."  Contents of chest reported as follows:  Framed charter dated 1885; assorted banners and flags; a photo of Lookout Mountain; a group photo signed by Julia Dent Grant Tent #32 (DUVCW); several veterans' discharge papers; membership records; dues account books; rules and bylaws; copies of official rituals; day books; and printed reports of many encampments. Collection of mixed materials Jeffrey Vaillant, SUVCW Mar-2012 CA/NV CA1
089   Foote Santa Maria Santa Barbara Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
090   GEN McDowell San Rafael Marin               CA/NV CA1
091   Modoc Adin Modoc               CA/NV CA1
092   Atlanta Fresno Fresno Fresno Historical Society 7160 West Kearney Boulevard, Fresno, CA 93706, phone 559-441-0862, fax 559-441-1372, email FrHistSoc@aol.com, http://www.valleyhistory.org Boxed collection (10 boxes) with call numbers. Five ledgers, one minute book, printed National and Department orders, around 100 original Post membership applications, etc.  Note: Many early records and artifacts were destroyed in a fire at the post on 12 July 1889 (Source: David Davenport). Only the ledgers and minutes book survived, because they were in the possession of post officers. Among the lost items were the Descriptive Book, containing personal details on each member, and the Applications file for the first 100 or so comrades (Source: David Davenport). Original documents, collection Kirby Morgan, SUVCW Sep-2010 CA/NV CA1
093   John F. Godfrey  Pasadena Los Angeles Cooper Regional History Museum 217 East A Street, Upland, CA  91786; phone 909-982-8010; website www.coopermuseum.org/   Minute Book, 1918 to 10 May 1924.  Associated with a collection of volumes and manuscripts associated with the GAR, LGAR and SUVCW.  An inventory has been made by Richard Burns, Stoneman Camp 18, Dept. of California & Pacific, SUVCW. Original bound document Richard T. Burns, Camp 18, Dept. of Calif/Pacific Mar-2013 CA/NV CA1
093   John F. Godfrey  Pasadena Los Angeles Pasadena Museum of History 470 W. Walnut Street, Pasadena, CA 91103; phone 626-577-1660; research@pasadenahistory.org; website http://pasadenahistory.org/ Ephemera Collection Original charter. Original manuscript, torn edges. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2015 CA/NV CA1
096   W. T. Sherman  Oroville Butte Pioneer Memorial Museum 2332 Montgomery St, Oroville, CA   Charter Original manuscript, framed and under glass. Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
097   Fredericksburg Point Arena Mendocino               CA/NV CA1
098   J. F. Reynolds  Santa Cruz Santa Cruz   [See Post 32 entry for more information in the whereabouts of records]   Broke away from W. H. L. Wallace Post #32 in 1886, but reunited with the same in 1895 to become Wallace-Reynolds Post #32.   Robert L. Nelson, SUVCW 2004 CA/NV CA1
099   Union Lemoore Kings               CA/NV CA1
100   Champion HIll Plymouth Amador               CA/NV CA1
101   Belmont Auburn Placer               CA/NV CA1
103   T. B. Stevens  Elsinore Riverside               CA/NV CA1
104   Hancock Merced Merced               CA/NV CA1
105   Winchester Anderson Shasta               CA/NV CA1
106   Gelcich East Los Angeles Los Angeles Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
106   Kenesaw Los Angeles Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
107   Governor Dick Yates  Traver Tulare               CA/NV CA1
108   Placerville Placerville El Dorado               CA/NV CA1
109   Island No. 10 Selma Fresno               CA/NV CA1
110   GEN John F. Miller  Colusa Colusa               CA/NV CA1
111   GEN George Wright  Visalia Tulare Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
112   Monitor (New Monitor) Willows Butte               CA/NV CA1
113   John W. Geary  Dixon Solano               CA/NV CA1
114   COL A. W. Preston  Winters Yolo               CA/NV CA1
115   Chattanooga   Nevada City Nevada Searls Historical Library (Nevada County Historical Society) 214 Church Street, Nevada City, CA  95959, phone 530-265-5910; website http://nevadacountyhistory.org/SearlsHistoricalLibrary.aspx     Transcription Kirby Morgan, SUVCW   CA/NV CA1
116   Williamsburg Williams Colusa               CA/NV CA1
117   South Mountain Loyalton Sierra               CA/NV CA1
118   Riverside Riverside Riverside Riverside Municipal Museum (formerly Riverside Municipal Museum) 3580 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, CA 92501; phone 951-826-5273; website http://www.riversideca.gov/museum/   Roster, Minutes Book, Dues Ledger, Newspaper Articles, Few Photos   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
119   Kearsarge Ukiah Mendocino Veterans Memorial Building 293 Seminary Avenue, Ukiah, CA 95482 (owned by Mendocino County and administered by the County Veterans Services Office). Wall display Charter Original Document, framed under glass Ronald Cannon, SUVCW   CA/NV CA1
120   Fair Oaks Sacramento Sacramento               CA/NV CA1
121   J. A. Addison  San Jacinto Riverside               CA/NV CA1
122   Ren Dixon  Quincy Plumas               CA/NV CA1
123   Kenesaw Orland Glenn               CA/NV CA1
124   Ontario Ontario San Bernardino Grand Army of the Republic Museum 629 S 7th St, Springfield, IL 62703; phone 217-522-4373.  Bulit and operated by the National Woman's Relief Corps.   Post Descriptive Book. Original bound volume, on display under glass. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Aug-2016 CA/NV CA1
125   Gaylord Upper Lake Lake               CA/NV CA1
126   COL Harper Arroyo Grande San Luis Obispo Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
127   Hurlbut Bakersfield Kern Kern County Museum 3801 Chester Avenue, Bakersfield, CA 93301; phone 661-868-8400; email kcmuseum@kcmuseum.org; website http://www.kcmuseum.org/ Museum archives "Ledger of minutes" reported archived at museum.  No further details.   Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Apr-2012 CA/NV CA1
127   Hurlbut Bakersfield Kern Grand Army of the Republic Museum 629 S 7th St, Springfield, IL 62703; phone 217-522-4373.  Bulit and operated by the National Woman's Relief Corps.   Photograph of Post members posing outdoors, undated. Original photograph. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Aug-2016 CA/NV CA1
128   Missionary Ridge Ione Calaveras               CA/NV CA1
129   G. D. Forsythe  Rohnerville Humboldt               CA/NV CA1
130   Colton Colton San Bernardino               CA/NV CA1
131   Malvern Hill Anaheim / Fullerton Orange Fullerton Public Library, Launer Local History Room 353 W. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton, CA 92835; phone 714-738-6342; email reference@fullertonlibrary.org; website http://fullertonlibrary.org/   Charter, Roster, Typewritten Brief History, Minutes Book, Dues Ledger, Newspaper Articles, Banner, Few Photos Original Documents Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
131   Malvern Hill Anaheim / Fullerton Orange Office of the Clerk-Recorder, County of Orange, CA. Orange County Archives. Old Orange County Courthouse - Room 101, 211 W. Santa Ana Blvd. (corner of Broadway and Civic Center Drive)
Santa Ana, CA 92701; phone (714) 834-2536; website http://ocarchives.com/
Deeds Erwin Barr of the Malvern Hill GAR Post #131 donated the GAR Plot per the deed recorded on March 29, 1895 in Book 95 Page 302 of Deeds in the Office of the Orange County Recorder. Original volumes. David Davis, SUVCW Apr-2010 CA/NV CA1
132   Cold Harbor Arcata Humboldt               CA/NV CA1
133   Liberty San Francisco San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
134   Carleton Willow Ranch Modoc               CA/NV CA1
135   GEN John A. Logan  Bishop   Inyo               CA/NV CA1
136   John Buford  San Miguel San Luis Obispo               CA/NV CA1
137   Fort Fisher Santa Monica Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
138   GEN Gordon Granger  Orange Orange Bowers Museum 2002 North Main Street, Santa Ana, CA 92706; phone 714-567-3600; website http://www.bowers.org/   Charter Original Document, framed Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
139 006 John A. Logan  Los Angeles Los Angeles       Combined with Post 6 on 1/2/1897   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
140   Dan Bidwell  Norwalk Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
141   Columbia Columbia Tuolumne               CA/NV CA1
142   California  Independence Inyo               CA/NV CA1
143   Escondido Escondido San Diego Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Descriptive Book, transcribed from the original 9 Oct. 1913 by M. Luther Culp.   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Mar-2017 CA/NV CA1
144   Burnside San Pedro Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
145   Mount Shasta (146?) Sisson / Mt. Shasta Siskiyou               CA/NV CA1
146   National National City San Diego               CA/NV CA1
147   Franklin Galt Sacramento               CA/NV CA1
148   Fort Sumter Cloverdale Sonoma               CA/NV CA1
149   Chickamauga Burson / Valley Springs / San Andreas Calaveras               CA/NV CA1
150   Leppien Fortuna (Rhonerville) Humboldt               CA/NV CA1
151   GEN Hartranft  Benicia Contra Costa               CA/NV CA1
152   John C. Fremont  Downieville Sierra               CA/NV CA1
153   John A. Martin (Soldiers' Home)  Santa Monica (Soldiers' Home)  Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
154   GEN George Crook  Los Angeles Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
155   Hartford Lodi San Joaquin Privately held, until an approriate repository can be located for its curation. Lockeford, CA. Private collection. Scrapbook and records relating to GAR service, preserved in a collection of local DUVCW Tent records.  The collection also includes photographs of Post members.   Alaina Young, Lockeford Historical Society Jun-2017 CA/NV CA1
155   Hartford Lodi San Joaquin American Legion Post No. 22 Display case, lobby, American Legion Hall, 320 N. Washington St., Lodi, CA  95240; phone 209-368-1420; website www.americanlegionpost22.com/ Lobby display. Post flag, donated to the Post in 1890.  It was donated to City Hall in 1936, and later passed to the American Legion.  A news article explaining the history of the Post and its flag was published in the Lodi News-Sentinel, 20 July 2013. Original Post flag, on display under glass. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Jun-2017 CA/NV CA1
156   Missionary Ridge Fort Bragg Mendocino               CA/NV CA1
157   Hancock Bodie Mono               CA/NV CA1
158   Summerland Summerland Santa Barbara               CA/NV CA1
159   George Sykes  Presidio San Francisco               CA/NV CA1
160   Hamlin Crescent City Del Norte               CA/NV CA1
161   George A. Tilton  Delano Kern               CA/NV CA1
162   Bear Valley Redlands San Bernardino A. K. Smiley Public Library 125 W Vine Street, Redlands, CA 92373; phone 909-798-7565; website www.akspl.org/   Per Glen Roosevelt: See separate list.   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
163   Benton Susanville Lassen               CA/NV CA1
164   Ericsson Sebastopol Sonoma               CA/NV CA1
165   GEN Canby  Alturas Modoc               CA/NV CA1
166   Benjamin Harrison Madera Madera               CA/NV CA1
167   Porterville Porterville Tulare               CA/NV CA1
168   Carleton Riverside, S. (Corona) Riverside Corona Public Library W. D. Addison Heritage Room; 650 S. Main Street, Corona, CA 92882; phone 951-279-3593; email aska.lib@ci.corona.ca.us; website www.coronapubliclibrary.org/   A collection of Post artifacts.  The following are described as being in a collection (probably this one):  Ribbon badge, photos, compiled newspaper articles.   Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
169   ADM D. D. Porter  Oakland Alameda               CA/NV CA1
170   N. P. Banks  Glendale Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
170   Tujunga Tujunga Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
171   Unity Veterans Home (Yountville) Napa Veterans Home of California Yountville, CA.  The status of the records is not known.   The Post charter, recods, and flag were surrendered to the Veterans Home of California in a ceremony held on 28 October 1934. Uncertain Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Feb-2017 CA/NV CA1
172   Datus E. Coon San Diego San Diego San Diego Historical Society Research Archives San Diego History Center Library: (Casa de Balboa, lower level) 1649 El Prado, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 92101; phone 619-232-6205; email collections@sandiegohistory.org; website http://www.sandiegohistory.org/ Manuscript Collection MS-157 (Box 4, Series II), Grand Army of the Republic Collection. The collection is arranged in two series, following general chronological order: Series I: Heintzelman Post, #33; and Series II: Datus E. Coon Post #172.  Series II: Records of Members, 1890's to 1930's; Loose sheet, reprint of original G.A.R. Incorporation, presented by Women’s Relief Corps of Datus E. Coon Post with post Bible, February 3, 1952. One of four boxes in MS-157 (2 linear feet for the four).  The binding on some bound volumes is disintegrating. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
173   GEN A. H. Terry  Rocklin Placer               CA/NV CA1
174   Burnside Azusa Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
175   Mariposa Mariposa Mariposa               CA/NV CA1
176   GEN Sol Meredith  Suisun Solano Grand Army of the Republic Museum & Library 4278 Griscom Street, Philadelphia, PA  19124-3954; phone 215-289-6484; email garmuslib@verizon.net; website http://garmuslib.org/   "Partial or fragmentary records"   Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Dec-2011 CA/NV CA1
177   Uncle Sam Soldiers Home (Sawtelle) Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
178   GEN Charles F. Smith  Lancaster Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
179   Lucius Fairchild  Pacific Grove Monterey Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
180   GEN John A. Logan  Bishop Inyo               CA/NV CA1
181   Long Beach Long Beach Los Angeles Long Beach Public Library 101 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90822; phone 562-570-7500; website www.lbpl.org/   Photographs.  No other records, according to the archivist,   Tom Chumley, SUVCW Feb-2016 CA/NV CA1
182   W. S. Rosecrans  Whittier Los Angeles   Whittier Museum, Whittier, CA   Descriptive Roster Book, Death & Burial listing       CA/NV CA1
183   Olympia Cottonwood Shasta               CA/NV CA1
184   Maywood Corning Tehama               CA/NV CA1
185   Harbor City San Pedro Los Angeles Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter, reports, correspondence (Charter is misidentified as Post #182) Original Documents Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
186   Winchester Anderson Shasta               CA/NV CA1
187   McKinley Palo Alto Santa Clara Phil Sheridan Camp 4, Dept. of California & Pacific, SUVCW PO Box 24969, San Jose, CA 95154-4969; email camp4@suvpac.org; website www.suvpac.org/camp4.html. Camp Archives Portraits of thirteen Post members in GAR regalia.  Silver-gelatin prints, circa 1913, donated to Camp in November 2010 by local DAR/DUVCW chapter member via Dr. Mary E. Walker Aux. 52, ASUVCW. Photographs, original prints. Mounted (glued) on framed board, no glass. Silver "mirroring" apparent on all images. One portrait missing. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Nov-2010 CA/NV CA1
188   Burnside West Los Angeles, Sawtelle Los Angeles Grand Army of the Republic Museum 629 S 7th St, Springfield, IL 62703; phone 217-522-4373.  Bulit and operated by the National Woman's Relief Corps.   Original Post charter. Original manuscripted, mounted and on display. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Aug-2016 CA/NV CA1
189   GEN H. W. Slocum  Mountain View Santa Clara Mountain View Historical Association Mountain View Public Library, History Center, 2nd Floor, 585 Franklin Street, Mountain View, CA 94041; phone 650-903-6887; website www.mountainview.gov/city_hall/library/ PHA O02 1-5 Collection of five photographs of the GAR and Allied Orders.  Image 1: Ladies of the GAR, c.1900.  Image 2: Erecting a flag at Cunningham Ranch, 1901. Photo 3: Image 3: GAR members.  Image 4: Men and women of the GAR.  Image 5: GAR Post 189 between 1906 and 1910. 5 photographs : b&w ; 12 x 10 cm.-12 x 17 cm.  Scanned, available for viewing online. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Apr-2013 CA/NV CA1
190   GEN William R. Shafter  Dinuba Tulare               CA/NV CA1
191   Stephen Jackson  Santa Monica Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
192   Napa Napa Napa The Bancroft Library University of California, Berkeley, CA  94720-6000; ph 510-642-3781; email bancref@library.berkeley.edu; website http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/ Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada records, circa 1884-1940. (Call no.: BANC MSS CA 175) Vol. 1-4: minutes of meetings, 1924-1931, and service books, Napa Post No. 192. Part of a collection of 25 original volumes (2.05 linear feet). Records stored offsite, requires advance request for viewing. Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Sep-2011 CA/NV CA1
193   Selma Selma Fresno               CA/NV CA1
194   Huntington Beach Huntington Beach Orange Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
195   Imperial Valley Imperial County Imperial               CA/NV CA1
196   COL A. G. Bennett  San Jose Santa Clara Santa Clara County Historical & Genealogical Society c/o Central Park Library, 2635 Homestead Road, Santa Clara CA, 95051; email research@scchgs.org   Post membership book, 1910 - 1922, and minute books, 12 January 1923 to 29 May 1926. Microfilmed by LDS Church and available for research through the Family History Library (see separate entry). Books/Legders, original Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Oct-2011 CA/NV CA1
196   COL A. G. Bennett  San Jose Santa Clara Family History Library 35 North Temple West, Salt Lake City, UT  84150; phone 866-406-1830; website www.familysearch.org/ US / Canadian Collections: US/CAN Film #1421946 Item 4 and Film #1421946 Item 5 Microreproduction of original records in possession of the Santa Clara County Historical & Genealogical Society, Santa Clara, CA. Several pages have been cut out prior to the minutes starting in 1923.  Includes membership book, 1910 - 1922 (Film #1421946 Item 4), and minute books, 12 January 1923 to 29 May 29 1926 (Film #1421946 Item 5). Microfilm, 1 reel (35mm), sequence items 4 and 5 Dean Enderlin, SUVCW Oct-2011 CA/NV CA1
197   Turlock Turlock Stanislaus Bob Hope Patriotic Hall 1816 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA   Charter Original Document Glen Roosevelt, SUVCW Jan-2010 CA/NV CA1
198   Richard J. Mohr  Inglewood Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
199   Watts Watts Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
200   Robley D. Evans  Los Angeles Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
201   Richmond Richmond Contra Costa               CA/NV CA1
202   Monrovia Monrovia Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
203   Redondo Beach Redondo Beach Los Angeles               CA/NV CA1
Sources (for Post name, number, and location data only):
CA1 = Bob Lowe, Commander, SUVCW Dept. of California & Pacific, 2000
JH1 = Jeff Henningfield, SUVCW Gov Isaac Stevens Camp-at-Large #1; GAR Post Project Chair, 2000
David Davis, 2010, Historian, Dept. of California & Pacific, SUVCW (revised Post list)
DE1 = Dean Enderlin, SUVCW National GAR Records Officer, 2014, 2017
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