Lot 39 of 627:
Abstracts of tiel for S.F. Bay Area  

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Manuscript abstract of title workbook for San Francisco Bay Area locales


San Francisco




152-page ledger, of which 86 pages are used. 39x25 cm (15½x10"), half leather & cloth.

Evidently a working reference for Stocker & Holland Abstract Company (a copy of their letterhead laid in), with ink manuscript listings of the progression of ownership for numerous properties in the San Francisco Bay Area, beginning in the late 1840's through around 1907. There are occasional plat maps, some in color, plus one fold-out printed map of property in the upper Haight, and another printed map that has been hand-colored. There are a number of abstracts for property in San Mateo County, plus a number in San Francisco proper, a few in Alameda County, one in Napa County, etc. A significant and rare item.

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Covers worn, spine strip perished; internally very good.

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