Notes

Notes
1
Neville Scrapbook (Calif. Hist. Soc. Library), 4:45.
2
Record of the Life of David Dudley Field, His Ancestors and Descendants, comp. and ed. by Emilia R. Field (Denver: privately printed, 1931) [hereafter cited as Record...], p. 133.
3
Ibid., pp. 57-58.
4
Oscar T. Shuck, ed., History of Bench and Bar of California (Los Angeles, 1901), pp. 421-31.
H. H. Bancroft, History of California (San Francisco, 1886-90), VII, 226-27
134 U. S. Reports, app., p. 729
William Carey Jones, Illustrated History of the Univ. of Calif. (San Francisco, 1895), p. 245-46.
5
Stephen J. Field, Personal Reminiscences of Early Days in California (pri- vately printed in 1878, and republished in 1893 by the Hon. George Gorham), p. 103.
6
Earl Pomeroy, "California, 1846-1860: Politics of a Representative Frontier State," Calif. Hist. Soc. Quarterly, XXXII (Dec. 1953), 300.
7
Congressional Globe, Feb. 21, 1863, n. s., No. 71 (37th Cong., 3d sess.), bill S. No. 548, pp. 1121, 1300-01, 1454, 1499 (signed by the president).
8
Statutes at Large .. .of the U. S. of Am., XII (Boston, 1863), pp. 794-95.
U. S. Code (1952), III, p. 4097 (sec. 41), p. 4098 (sec. 42 and 44), esp. p. 4104 (sec. 84)
U. S. Govt. Organization Manual (1956-57), pp. 48-49.
9
Bancroft, note 4 above.
10
Some Account of the Work of Stephen J. Field..., comp. by Chauncey F. Black and Samuel B. Smith, with introd. sketch by John N. Pomeroy of Hastings Law Dept., Univ. of Calif. (New York, 1881), pp. 39-40.
11
Loc. cit.
12
Black and Smith (note 10 above)
Shuck (note 4 above)
Henry M. Field, Record of the Family of the Late Rev. David Field, D.D. ([New York]: privately printed, 1880)
Frederick C. Pierce, Field Gene- alogy (Chicago, 1901)
Carl Brent Swisher, Stephen J. Field, Craftsman of the Law (Washington, D. C., 1930)
Dict. Am. Biog. (1943), VI, article on Stephen J. Field by Edward S. Corwin.
13
Swisher, op. cit., p. 437.
14
Stephen J. Field, note 5 above, p. 103.
15
Bancroft, op. cit., VII, 405 (note).
16
Diet. Am. Biog. (1943), III
Mantle Fielding, Dict. Am. Painters, Sculptors and Engravers (Phila., [1926]).
Dict. Am. Biog. (1943), VI.
Daniel T. Mallett, Index of Artists... (N. Y., 1935), p. 426.
Lawrence (reproduced in Record..., facing p. 16)
17
Record..., pp. 113-14.
18
Jones, note 4 above, pp. 114-15.
Bacon Art and Library Building on the campus, as shown in Jones' history, pp. 207, 309.
19
Record..., p. 115.
Mrs. Ashburner's name in San Fran- cisco Blue Book and Club Directory
20
Record..., pp. 115-16.
21
Ibid., pp. 59, 65-69.
22
Dict. Am. Biog. (1943), III.
23
Record..., pp. 117-18.
24
Jones, op. cit., pp. 115, 120-21, 335.
25
Record..., pp. 118-19, 119-20.
26
Ibid., pp. 114, 126-28.
27
San Francisco Directory, 1877.
28
Record..., p. 128.
29
Ibid., pp. 135-36.
30
134 U. S. Reports, app., note 4 above, p. 746.
31
Reports of Cases Determined in the District Courts of Appeal of the State of California from March 10, 1922, to May 24, 1922 (San Francisco, 1923), p. 452.
32
"Whitney v. California," Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States at October Term, 1926 (Washington, D. C., 1928), vol. 274, 357-80, esp. p. 379.
33
Oakland Tribune, Feb. 4, 1955, p. 1, col. 2; p. 2, col. 1.
34
District of Columbia; Concise Biographies of Its Prominent and Repre- sentative Contemporary Citizens ... (Washington, D. C., 1908), p. 285.
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