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Comprised primarily of letters generated by the Irvine family between 1905 and 1933. Subjects of the letters include family genealogy, family property, and general family news. Also included are papers generated between 1884 and 1949 regarding Edith Irvine's birth and death, teaching career and community involvement, and physical and mental condition before death. This group also contains a 1907 map of San Francisco showing the effects of the 1906 earthquake and fire.
Contains cameras and darkroom requipment belonging to Edith Irvine and manufactured circa 1890 to 1908.
Materials include personal histories of the Irvine family, including letters about daily life, newspaper clippings about the Irvine Ranch and family obituaries, and passages written about the success of the Irvine business. Materials were mainly written in Mokelumne Hill, Calaveras County, California. Dated approximately 1807-1980.
Collection includes letters, newspaper clippings, photographs and obituaries about the Irvine family and their daily routines. The materials take place in several locations in California: Watsonville, Mokelumne Hill, and the Irvine Ranch in Monterey County. Dated approximately 1807-1961.