NOTES

NOTES
1
Taylorville mill is in Florence Donnelly, "Pioneer Paper Mill of the West," The Papermaker, 18 (1949), 15-19.
"A Future From Straw/' The Papermaker, 19 (1950), 1-7;
"Trail of Ventures," The Papermaker, 25 (1956), 16-27
The Agnew mill is treated in Paper Trade Journal, Feb- ruary 7, 1907,
Saratoga mill in Paper Trade Journal, April 1, 1873.
Donnelly's account is in The Papermaker, 19 (1950), 1-9.
Paper Trade Journal, Novem- ber 5, 1925;
Wood Pulp News, July 2, 1921;
Superior Facts, 2 (October 1928), 2-4, 10-11.
2
John S. Hittell, Commerce and Industries of the Pacific Coast (San Francisco: A. L. Bancroft, 1882), chapter 33,
3
Stockton Daily Evening Herald, July 17, 1874.
Santa Cruz investment is covered in Paper Trade Journal, April 15, 1873.
4
Prelimin- ary meetings, July 3, 10, 1877.
Deeds recorded, San Joaquin County, Book A, Vol. 35, p. 305;
Book G., Vol. 4, misc. papers, pp. 267-69;
Amador County, Book A, Vol. 35, pp. 304-05;
Book P., Deeds, p. 505.
"The Pride of the San Joaquin," The Papermaker, 20 (1951), 33-41.
5
Meetings, California Paper Company, February 1, 1878
6
Letter, R. B. Lane to Henry Pierce, October 2, 1878, in minutes of October 5, 1878.
7
Minutes, California Paper Company, November 21, 1877;
San Francisco Chronicle, January 23, 24, 1879.
8
Minutes, California Paper Company, November 21, 1877; January 27, April 23, May 8, 1879.
9
Annual Report, California Paper Company, May 12, 1879.
History of the United States Paper Industry, 1690-1970, (New York: Lockwoods, 1970),
"Wood Pulp and Newspapers 1867-1900," Business History Review, XXXVIII (Autumn 1964), 328-345.
10
Annual Report, California Paper Company, May 12, 1879
11
Stockton Commercial Record, February 8, 1879,
San Francisco Chronicle, July 21, 23, 24, August 1, 1878,
R. B. Lane to Company, February 24, 1880,
Ping Chin, Chinese Labor in California: An Economic Study (Madison: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1963).
12
Letter Henry Pierce to board, December 25, 1879, board minutes, January 5, 1880; January 17, February 1, 10, March 15, 1881; January 6, March 16, May 31, 1882.
13
Meetings, California Paper Company, August 5, 13 (special), November 5, 1880; May 24, July 20, August 3, October 11, 1881; May 5, 1882; May 29, July 14, October 21, December 18, 1884; February 19, October 15, 1885; De- cember 28, 1886; February 2, 1887.
14
Annual Meeting, California Paper Company, June 1, 1882; meetings, De- cember 1881, January 1882; July 17, 1882; September 8, 1887.
15
Meeting, California Paper Company, October 4, 11, November 15, 1887; December 13, 1887; January 10, June 12, 1888; February 14, July 11, 1893.
16
Meetings, April 11, June 26, 1879; September 6, October 5, 1880;
letter, Androscoggin Pulp Company to California Paper Company, August 7, 1880, return, September 15, 1880;
Meetings November 5, 1880; Apirl 15, 1881.
17
Meetings, California Paper Company, July 20, 1881 (all on wood pulp ) ; October 17, 1881;
The Paper World, May 1883.
Albert Dibblee, which covers from September 13, 1888-January 27, 1906.
letter, R. B. Lane (who apparently came back after Barnes left) to board, August 18, 1884, board meetings, May 9, 16, June 4, 18, 1885.
18
Meetings, California Paper Company, April 26, May 24, 26, September 8, November 29, 1887; February 28, May 8, June 12, July 24, 1888;
letter, Cali- fornia Paper Company to Henry Lund, commission merchants, March 29, 1887.
19
Brayne and Elbow (proprietors of the Oregon mill) July 11, 1887.
21
Meetings, California Paper Company, June 7, 1880; July 7, 1880,
L. B. Huff, July 7, 1880;
Huffs appearance, April 15, 1881;
White and Allen, Stockton, June 15, 1881;
Harralson (their poor but honest man), June 15, 1881; meetings, October 17, 1881;
22
Meeting, California Paper Company, September 15, 1882.
23
Meetings, California Paper Company, December 15, 1886; July 26, 1887; May 8, July 24, 1888.
24
Meetings, October 12, 1879; March 15, 1881,
California Paper Company meetings of March 15, 1880
25
Meetings, October 17, 1881,
26
Meetings, California Paper Company, November 20, 1882
Letter, California Steam Navigation Company to California Paper Company, March 14, 1881.
27
Meetings, July 20, 1881; October 21, November 19, 1884.
28
Meetings, April 18, May 19, 1884; May 24, 1887; April 3, June 12, 1888
29
Meetings, California Paper Company, March 18, June 18, 1885; December 15, 1886.
John Lewthwaite, "Sixty Years Ago", Makin Paper, Vol. 1, (March 1919).
30
Stockton City, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Cafoveras, Tuolumne and Contra Costa Counties, Directory Giving Name, Occupation, and Residence, of all Adult Persons in the Cities and Towns, Together with the Names of Farmers, Stock Raisers, Millmen, Fruit Growers, Wool Growers, and Wine Manufacturers, with Their post Office Addresses, and the Number of Acres Owned by Each, 1884-1885 (San Francisco: L. M. McKenney and Co., October 1884).
31
Meetings, California Paper Company, December 21, 1878; August 11, 12, 1879; September 5, 1879 (with contracts); June 17, 1880 (special meeting), and contract, October 1, 1880.
32
Meetings, May 16, 1881
letter, McCormick and Delaney to Cali- fornia Paper Company, March 16, 1882.
33
Meetings, California Paper Company, January 18, 1883;
McCormick and Delaney to Egbert Judson, May 11, 1883;
Oakland Times, and October 18, 1883
34
Meetings, June 18, 1884,
Sacramento Publishing Company, of April 3, 1884; July 18, October 21, 1884; March 18, December 18, 1885; February 18, 1886
S. P. Taylor Company, San Francisco, March 16, 1882.
35
Paper Trade Journal, May 9, November 14, 1885.
W. Claude Adams, History of Papermaking in the Pacific Northwest (Reprinted from Oregon His- torical Quarterly; Portland: Binfords and Mott, 1951).
36
Telegrams, Correspondence in regard to lease at Oregon City, March 1888, October 30, 1889,
Minutes of meeting of Willamette Pulp and Paper Company, March 18, 1889;
Agreement with National Sulphite and Boiler Company, Feb- ruary 16, 1889, and with Schenck, March 5, 1889;
Willamette Pulp and Paper Company, March 7, 1889;
Meeting, board of directors, April 30, October 29, 1890; November 25, 1891;
Oregon City Enterprise, January 1, 1892;
San Francisco Exa- miner, August 15, 1892.
37
Willamette Pulp and Paper, Dividend Record (for each $100 invested, the firm returned $291.65);
Meetings of board, and contracts, January 31, August 22, December 27, 1906; May 29, 1907; January 5, 1910,
38
The Morning Oregonian (Portland), January 1, 1896;
Thomas Warner, "Recollections of an Old Papermaker," Makin Paper, 1 (July-November 1918);
"Paper Making in the Pacific Northwest and the History of the Camas Mill," Superior Facts, 5 (March 1932);
Ralph M. Snell and B. T. McBain, "Early Pulp and Paper Mills of the Pacific Coast," Paper Trade Journal, October 11, 1934;
Paper Trade Journal, April 25, 1912, October 2, 1913;
San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle, June 13, 1951;
Oregon City Enterprise-Courier, September 13, 1951,
The Years of Paper: In Memory of Louis Bloch (San Francisco: Crown- Zellerbach, 1951),
History of Papermaking in the United States, 1690- 1970 (New York, 1971)
Camas is "Ancient History in Camas," Makin Paper, 1 (April 1919).
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