[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
2
James Klein, Where to Find Gold in Southern California (n.p., 1975), p. 65;
Eugene Anderson, "Cactus Patch Trea- sure," True Treasure (October 1971):21-30;
Gerard T. Hurley, "Buried Treasure Tales in America," Western Folklore, X (1951):214; PM New York, July 25, 1940, p. 21;
Leo Carrillo, The California I Love (New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1961), pp. 16-19, 145-149;
Los Angeles Times, November 9, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1;
Los Ange- les Times, November 1, 1974, Sec. II, p. 1.
3
Richard O'Conner, The Cactus Throne: The Tragedy of Maximilian and Carlotta (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1971), pp. 20-23;
Lesley Byrd Simpson, Many Mexicos, (4th ed., rev.; Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1971), pp. 270-275.
4
Simpson, Many Mexicos, pp. 275-282;
A. W. Palmer, A Dictionary of Modern History, 1789-1945 (London: Pen- guin Books, 1974), s.v. "Maximilian."
5
Simpson, Many Mexicos, pp. 281-283;
O'Conner, The Cactus Throne, pp. 21-24, 62-64
6
O'Conner, The Cactus Throne, pp. 56-60, 93-103, 107.
7
Joan Haslip, The Crown of Mexico: Maximilian and His Empress Carlota (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972), p. 345.
8
O'Conner, The Cactus Throne, pp. 54.74. 91.104;
Simpson. Many Mexicos, p. 283.
9
Anderson, "The Cactus Patch Treasure," pp. 29-30.
10
Horace Bell, On the Old West Coast, ed. Lanier Bartlett (New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1930), pp. 60-71.
11
Franklin Walker, A Literary History of Southern California (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1950), pp. 52-53.
12
Walker, Literary History, pp. 54, 58;
Benjamin S. Harrison, Fortune Favors the Brave: The Life and Times of Horace Bell, Pioneer Califomian (Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, 1953), pp. 170, 173-174, 202, 233-235, 259- 263 (General Otis quoted on p.235,
Harrison cites LAT, August 8, 1886).
13
The Porcupine, November 11, 1882, p. 1;
December 30, 1882, p. 1; June 16, 1883, p. 1.
14
LAT, June 26, 1883, p. 4; July 1, 1883, p. 7;
Harrison, Fortune Favors the Brave, pp. 204-205.
16
Robert Ryal Miller. "Californians Against the Emperor," California Historical Society Quarterly, XXXVII (Sep- tember 1958): 193-1 98, 212;
San Francisco Chronicle, July 1, 1918, Sec. I, p. 3.
17
Bell, On the Old West Coast, p. 67.
18
Ibid., p. 69.
19
Writers' Program, WPA, Southern California, Los Angeles: A Guide to the City and its Environs, (Rev. ed., New York: Hastings House, Publishers, 1951), pp. 11, 233;
Edwin O. Palmer, History of Hollywood, (2nd ed., Hol- lywood, CA: Edwin O. Palmer, Publisher, 1938), p. 59;
Lawrence C. Jorgensen, ed., The San Fernando Valley Past and Present (Los Angeles: Pacific Rim Research, 1982), pp. 34, 78;
Bruce T. Torrence, Hollywood: The First 1 00 Years (New York: New York Zoetrope, 1 982), p. 1 1
20
Writers' Program, Los Angeles: A Guide, p. 233;
Palmer, History of Hollywood, pp. 25, 27, 59;
Terrence, Holly- wood, pp. 11-12;
Harrison, Fortune Favors the Brave, p. 42.
21
Palmer, History of Hollywood, p. 31.
22
Bell, On the Old West Coast, p. 63.
23
Ibid., p. 70.
24
Spencer Crump, Henry Huntington and the Pacific Electric: A Pictorial Album (Los Angeles: Trans-Anglo Books, 1970), p. Ill;
Jorgensen, San Fernando Valley, pp. 149-150.
25
Writers Program, Los Angeles: A Guide, p. 242;
Newsweek, December 4, 1939, p. 19.
26
Hollywood Citizen News, November 8, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2; LAT, November 7, Sec. I, p. 7;
LAT, November 9, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1.
27
Carl E. Jacobson, Manager, Hollywood Bowl Association to Wayne Allen, County Administrator, November 3, 1939,
File No. 830.35, "Hollywood Bowl: Exploitation ck Exposition, Misc. ck Funds," Doc. No. 9.
28
LE. Lampton, County Clerk, to J.H. O'Connor, County Counsel, November 9, 1939, Board of Supervisors, File No. 830.35, Doc. No. 9.1;
Los Angeles Examiner, November 23, 1939, Sec. I, p. 38.
29
LAT, November 27, 1939, Sec. I, p. 8;
Los Angeles Examiner, November 23, 1939, Sec. I, p. 38; Newsweek, December 4, 1939, p. 19.
30
Newsweek, December 4, 1939, p. 19.
31
LAT, November 28, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1; November 29, 1939, Sec. II, p. 8.
32
HCN, November 28, 1939, Sec. I, p. 8;
LAT, November 29, 1939, Sec. II, p. 8.
33
HCN, November 27, 1939, Sec. I, p. 1;
Burbank Daily Review, November 28, 1939, Sec. I, p. 1; LAT, Novem- ber 28, 1939, Sec. I, p. 8.
34
Burbank Daily Review, November 28, 1939, Sec. I, p. 1;
Burbank Daily Review, November 29, 1939, Sec. I, p. 7;
HCN, November 29, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2;
LAT, November 29, 1939, Sec. II, p. 8.
35
Burbank Daily Review, November 29, 1939, Sec. I, p. 7;
Los Angeles Examiner, November 30, 1939, Sec. I, p. 11:
LAT. December 3. 1939. Sec. II. p. 1.
36
HCN, December 18, 1939, Sec. I, p. 3.
37
LAT, December 2, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1.
38
HCN, November 29, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2.
39
HCN, November 29, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2;
LAT, December 3, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1; December 5, 1939, Sec. II, p. 12.
40
LAT, December 5, 1939, Sec. II, p. 12.
41
LAT, December 3, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1.
42
HCN, December 5, 1939, Sec. I, p. 3.
43
Ibid.
44
HCN, December 1, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2.
45
LAT, December 2, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1.
46
HCN, December 1, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2.
47
LAT, December 10, 1939, Sec. II, p. 22.
48
HCN, December 7, 1939, Sec. I, p. 2;
Henry Jones letter to Board of Supervisors, December 7, 1939,
File No. 830.35, Doc. No. 9.3.
49
Chief Clerk, Board of Supervisors to Henry Jones, December 14, 1939, Board of Supervisors, File No. 830.35, Doc. No. 9.3
50
HCN, December 18, 1939, Sec. I, p. 3; December 21, 1939, Sec. I, p. 9,
Los Angeles Examiner, December 21, 1939, Sec. II, p. 1; January 28, 1940, Sec. I, p. 7; January 30, 1940, Sec. I, p. 11.
51
HCN, December 21, 1939, Sec. I, p. 9.
52
Ibid.
53
HCN, December 21, 1939, Sec. I, p. 9;
Steve Bardwell, Architect, to author, April 17, 1997.
54
Burbank Daily Review, November 29, 1939, Sec. I, p. 7.
55
Sidney R. Deacon to Honorable Board of Los Angeles County {sic), January 5, 1 940, Board of Super- visors, File No. 830.35, Doc. No. 9.5.
56
LAT, January 27, 1940, Sec. I, p. 1;
Los Angeles Examiner, January 28, 1940, Sec. I, p. 7.
57
LAT, January 27, 1940, Sec. I, p. 1.
58
Los Angeles Examiner, January 30, 1940, Sec. I, p. 11.
59
Frank L Fish, Buried Treasures and Lost Mines (Amador City, CA: Amador Trading Post, 1961), p. 46;
Klein, Where to Find Gold, p. 68.
60
LAT, November 1, 1974, Sec. II, p. 1;
Hollywood Bowl Treasure-Trove License, Board of Supervisors, Real Estate Management, License & Permits, License No. 23841, October 15, 1974.
61
W.W. Robinson was quoted in Chester G. Cohen, El Escorpión: From Indian Village to Los Angeles Park (Wood- land Hills, CA: Periday Co., 1989), p. 28.
Originally from W.W. Robinson, "Myth-Making in the Los Ange- les Area," Southern California Quarterly, XLV (March 1963):86.
62
Robert Glass Cleland, From Wilderness to Empire: A History of California 15421 900 (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1949), p. 374;
Writers' Program, Los Angeles: A Guide, pp. 120-121;
Jay Martin, "The Light and the Dark in Local Letters," Los Angeles, 1 7811981: A Special Bicentennial Issue of California History, LX (Spring 1981):38.
63
Bell as "Blusterissimo" was found in Cohen, El Escorpión, p. 28.
Originally from John Steven McGroarty, Los Angeles: From the Mountains to the Sea (2 vols., Chicago: American Historical Society), 1:345.
64
Plácido Vega, Da Cuenta al Gobierno de la Republica Mejicana sobre la Comisión que le fue conferida al Exterior (Tepic, Mexico, 1867), n. p.
65
Miller, "Californians Against the Emperor," p. 205.
66
Ibid., pp. 193, 207.
68
Miller, "Californians Against the Emperor," p. 193.
69
Ibid.
70
Palmer, History of Hollywood, p. 51.
71
Pima County Great Register of 1880, RG6 (Secretary of the Territory), SG 110
Arizona State Archives, Department of Library, Archives & Public Records, Phoenix, Arizona; Tombstone Epitaph, August 26, 1880, p. 4.
72
Arizona Daily Star, August 27, 1880, p. 3.
73
Ibid.
74
Ibid.
75
Tombstone Epitaph, August 26, 1880, p. 4.
76
Ibid., October 15, 1880, p. 1.
77
LAT, September 25, 1894, p 6.
78
Ibid.
79
Ibid.
80
Los Angeles City and County Directory, 1884-85 (Los Angeles: Atwood & Ernst, Publishers, 1885), pp. 129-130, 441,468;
Maxwell's Directory of Los Angeles City and County for 1887-8 (Los Angeles: Geo. W. Maxwell & Co., Publishers, n.d.), p. 160.
81
Horace Bell, "Treasure in Cahuenga Pass," passim, in Sword and Saddle.
82
Palmer, History of Hollywood, p. 76.
83
Bell, On the Old West Coast, p. 63.
84
Harrison, Fortune Favors the Brave, pp. 1 70, 1 73, 285.
85
Simpson, Many Mexicos, pp. 284-285.
86
O'Conner, The Cactus Throne, pp. 230, 343, 347;
Haslip, The Crown of Mexico, p. 502.
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