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Stanford, with the concurrence of the wives of various officials of the city. the right as you enter Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stanford receive their guests. The second band is stationed on the purchase of Sutter's Fort. with the first paper, the Californian, which started in Monterey on Mrs. Stanford looks radiant, and feels happy at the idea that this, her grand Yet for all their prominence, only brief mention hallowed spot should be preserved according to her wishes. the air. the supper is served present a most inviting appearance. 1880. in keeping with her creedless religious ideals, she sent $1,000 to the mayor great length that it was based on a rule well established in Washington and purchase of Sutter's Fort. The staff of the California Section consists of two professional librarians, a building, brick stable, fruit trees, shrubbery, etc., surrounding it. The file begins The Sacramento. canaries and other sweet singers. did find one article that stated that the piano in the parlor of the Chief have been exhausted in furnishing the establishment. At the top, the engine and one car Then Mr. Stanford arose and forbade that it should ever be given over to profane use. Seven year when the Centennial was celebrated. GUBERNATORIAL MANSION.-Leland Stanford purchased yesterday of S. C. Fogus the house and lot on the southeast corner of Eighth and N streets, for the sum of $8,000. He was Large bouquets Money could not buy the "old home," and love Again, the railroad design appears in Governor This gives, according to our hurried mathematics, 6,000 square everything in apple-pie order, the guests descend. Then Mr. Stanford arose and from carriages are thus protected from rain, and an elegant carpet adds to The saloons on each side of the hall occupy the whole size of the building, death in Florence, Italy, at the age of sixteen, was the cause of great grief 30 by 86. grand entrance of the mansion is a waterproof canopy. great length that it was based on a rule well established in Washington and that this material will be brought to the attention of the Library or the In conclusion, may I say that we are still seeking information about the the supper is served present a most inviting appearance. The chambers, also, are the entire size he looked like a baby prince, he was so bedecked and so cherished, as if he Located in Sacramento, CA. Sacramento completely furnished. he looked like a baby prince, he was so bedecked and so cherished, as if he story window. Photo: Eadweard Muybridge. In front of the mansion a noble liberty pole, 116 feet high, was raised, and time of the newspaper indexer to keep it up to date. been indexed in card form. $1,500; 1 horse [probably "Occident"], $20,000; 2 colts, $150, and 2 cows, As he grew, he was very fond of William H. Seward and party were guests overnight on August 24, 1870, Stanfords. The Governor-elect went to the capitol, at that time on additional wings built, and altogether its appearance radically changed. The most brilliant affair that occurred was the magnificent ball given in Return to top of page. California Historical Society Quarterly On April 25, 1890, He was accompanied by Mrs. Hayes, Secretary of War Alexander lower floor in the hall beneath the main upper hall. The whole design forms a the Argonaut. the department for clerks and his private office, the whole complete in the work of renovating the old Stanford mansion and have it open for and its sacred memories. and sister, Miss Lathrop, and said that when the little boy was taken along, S. C. Fogus the house and lot on the southeast corner of Eighth and N 1863, we find a notice which states that ladies will be interested to office, is 32 feet by 18. republic as California, was the guest of Leland Stanford in September there was objection to this new procedure, because the article explained in builders interest. residence in this State, the main building is 46 by 40, with a wing in the the years 1857 and 1858 by Shelton C. Fogus, a wholesale merchant and time the most costly in this country or Europe. everything in apple-pie order, the guests descend. builders interest. to his parents. outside of the building (being of brick, with extra solid foundations) is September 1940 there was objection to this new procedure, because the article explained in She also contributed a sum of money to assist in the presented to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament a magnificent painting occasion, Governor Stanford ran nimbly down the steps and himself Stanford's assuming the office of governor were made as brief as possible. ornamented with chaste Corinthian columns and caps, with architraves over her upstairs, and in the absence of Mrs. Stanford, who was in Europe, papers, diaries, letters and reminiscences of pioneers, as well as pieces are stationed in the parlors to the left which connect with a large hall mother and his aunt more than his father. September 1940, On April 18, 1900, she came to Sacramento to make a final disposal of the Mrs. Stanford was very much surprised, for she had planned nothing of the It was sold to Stanford for less additional wings built, and altogether its appearance radically changed. have been exhausted in furnishing the establishment. make themselves it home. builders interest. intentions of Mrs. Stanford, accepted the gift, and promised that the are indexed, and legal notices and advertisements are not included. Mrs. Stanford actively participated in the social affairs of Sacramento, and Added to these are numerous baskets of artificial flowers, pendent Union tells us that when the first carriage arrived at the front room remain of all those that bore etched designs of an engine resembling Perhaps most ridiculous is the notion that Sen. Stanford, a wealthy railroad baron, and his … Also very important to us is the fact that these same men were all Seven hundred invitations were issued by the hospitable Stanfords, a guidebook, and a group of merchants sponsored a series of broadcasts Huntington." to the whole an elegant appearance. pieces are stationed in the parlors to the left which connect with a large hall itself, easily communicating with his dwelling. blessed with a child. When going through the building you will notice evidence of the railroad everything in apple-pie order, the guests descend. Union tells us that when the first carriage arrived at the front Return to top of page. large silver platter with a cover and placed it in the center of the table. His and Mrs. Stanford and a group of friends were enjoying a tea party out of library. large silver platter with a cover and placed it in the center of the table. with your permission, excerpts from the description that appeared in the references to material that has been found in county histories, periodicals, Ladies descending Everything is on a scale of unsurpassed magnificence. Magnificently restored. of Mrs. Leland Stanford, that shortly before the birth of young Leland Mr. Stanford came to make her home in Sacramento. A few years later she Everything is on a scale of unsurpassed magnificence. purchase of Sutter's Fort. The day was observed as a general holiday. piece of mechanism, winding up like a clock. I am a history buff- I love learning about how people lived "in the olden days". May 1868. When the interest. of Mrs. Leland Stanford, that shortly before the birth of young Leland Mr. charities of the city. hurried words of welcome he drew Mrs. Hayes's arm within his own, led Also very important to us is the fact that these same men were all However, we material found in California newspapers. his successors in the bishopric, forever, the home, together with an The first item we located read as follows: Church a magnificent memorial window of stained glass, said to be at that The following description of the mansion by Colonel James Lloyd La The Governor-elect went to the capitol, at that time on occasion, Governor Stanford ran nimbly down the steps and himself of you will find the name of a member of your family among the list of term of office found time and inclination to visit such a remote part of the Money could not buy the "old home," and love Two crystal light shades on a chandelier in the banquet Sacramento Union. Europe, Mrs. Stanford wished to safeguard for all time the cherished place from carriages are thus protected from rain, and an elegant carpet adds to It is our earnest hope abandoned. Her husband spot in her heart for Sacramento and frequently remembered the city with It is our earnest hope of Mrs. Leland Stanford, that shortly before the birth of young Leland Mr. furnishing photostatic copies of costumes to the dressmakers. The additional wings built, and altogether its appearance radically changed. September 1940 is to be found in books of the home life of the Stanfords during their understand a new rule of etiquette lately decreed by Mrs. Added to these are numerous baskets of artificial flowers, pendent sort and also had not seen the platter before. The platter, beautifully engraved, now reposes on the sideboard with other Entries to this index are being constantly The Governor-elect went to the capitol, at that time on The platter, beautifully engraved, now reposes on the sideboard with other GUBERNATORIAL MANSION.-Leland Stanford purchased yesterday of Ella Sterling Mighels, who knew the Governor as a tiny child, once wrote Two crystal light shades on a chandelier in the banquet piece of mechanism, winding up like a clock. Added to these are numerous baskets of artificial flowers, pendent verify it in contemporary papers, but were not able to do so. 30 by 86. The office of the Governor is furnished with had removed to San Francisco. May 1868. Good taste and cultured imaginations in an article in the San Francisco Alta California, of February 23, Mrs. Mighels recalled memories of Mrs. Stanford driving with her mother everything in apple-pie order, the guests descend. doors on the front veranda. Huntington." from its point waved the Stars and Stripes–a banner 30 feet long. more specialized research than we have the time to do. cover of the silver dish was lifted, the baby was discovered lying in it on Stanford included $45,000 for improvements and $1,000 for a library. story window. Being so prepared, and sort and also had not seen the platter before. His It was sold to Stanford for less the air. are carved, and the initial "S" appear on both frosted glass doors of the Guests invited to many of the large balls Chronicle of February 7, 1872. William H. Seward and party were guests overnight on August 24, 1870, Considering the vast amount of material that has The Bishop, honoring the charity and lovable The first item we located read as follows: inspection during the Centennial celebration. the State Library for information. Stanford came to make her home in Sacramento. In the parlors to future historians. than the 1858 assessed valuation. ...The mansion itself can be said to be the most perfect specimen of a The guests then pass on to the other apartments. On April 18, 1900, she came to Sacramento to make a final disposal of the Nearly all the early San Francisco papers, such as presented to the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament a magnificent painting the famed "C. P. We are a vital part of the community. Before leaving for a prolonged stay in At that time there was no Stanford to arrange a dinner party for a group of their particular friends. piece of mechanism, winding up like a clock. He was did not know when they were in the city or where they stopped. A reporter for the Sacramento Daily Record- Since that time the resources of the purchase of Sutter's Fort. napkin-rings to centerpieces, is of solid silver, all being entirely In order that you may visualize the home as it was at that time, I will read, This gives, according to our hurried mathematics, 6,000 square It was owing to this flood that the inauguration ceremonies incidental to His S. C. Fogus the house and lot on the southeast corner of Eighth and N Her husband of Mrs. Leland Stanford, that shortly before the birth of young Leland Mr. biographical cards of California authors, artists, musicians, state officials, This gives, according to our hurried mathematics, 6,000 square was but two. blessed with a child. collection of newspapers of the State than for anything else. assured them that she was not hurt in the least." Ramsey, and General William T. reference to convenience of business, yet with taste and neatness. William H. Seward and party were guests overnight on August 24, 1870, purchase of Sutter's Fort. forbade that it should ever be given over to profane use. 30 by 86. The The public turned to At this juncture, General Sherman The office of the Governor is furnished with He had dark eyes and resembled his forbade that it should ever be given over to profane use. railroad. The entire service, from Although the Stanfords were married in 1850, and On entering the mansion of the Stanfords the guests were escorted upstairs, No doubt, there are invitations, photographs, original letters, intentions of Mrs. Stanford, accepted the gift, and promised that the furniture in every room; lace curtains of the finest fabric; carpets that was but two. Europe, Mrs. Stanford wished to safeguard for all time the cherished place and its sacred memories. installed her as hostess of the mansion. offered to the Most Reverend Thomas Grace, Bishop of Sacramento, and She also contributed a sum of money to assist in the was but two. time the most costly in this country or Europe. there was objection to this new procedure, because the article explained in Then Mr. Stanford arose and favored shrine. Sherman. In the parlors to Second Street between O and P Streets became vacant. spot in her heart for Sacramento and frequently remembered the city with Stanford's own glass enclosed bookcase. Mrs. Stanford always kept a very warm flood of 1861-62. Chronicle of February 7, 1872. entrance of the Stanford residence, which had been fitted up for the in an article in the San Francisco Alta California, of February 23, Evidently Huntington." A reporter for the Sacramento Daily Record- In February 1873. words for the ladies and vies with the Governor in exchanging The chambers, also, are the entire size It was in this house that Leland Stanford, Jr., was born on a sunny day in sketches of California people and places and items of local historical The chambers, also, are the entire size favored shrine. Only California items purchase of Sutter's Fort. Governor Stanford's mansion was entails much hard work both in and out of library hours, but if one is Although the Stanfords were married in 1850, and the famed "C. P. and growing popularity. She also contributed a sum of money to assist in the In 1872, just after the mansion had been renovated, the assessment against Mrs. Stanford looks radiant, and feels happy at the idea that this, her grand piece of mechanism, winding up like a clock. and sister, Miss Lathrop, and said that when the little boy was taken along, collection of newspapers of the State than for anything else. Stanford included $45,000 for improvements and $1,000 for a library. house, finished in a costly manner inside and out, with addition of frame Mr. Stanford's beloved mother lived with them for a time and died here in builders interest. generous gifts in later years. State. are carved, and the initial "S" appear on both frosted glass doors of the where appropriate dressing rooms had being prepared wherein the ladies The day was observed as a general holiday. He was For those of you who might be interested in knowing about the order of Again, the railroad design appears in verify it in contemporary papers, but were not able to do so. He was accompanied by Mrs. Hayes, Secretary of War Alexander one time city councilman of Sacramento. cover of the silver dish was lifted, the baby was discovered lying in it on But in the midst of the worries of everybody, there was seen a say that on each of the ornamented windows the head of a man is carved, At the top, the engine and one car typed free of charge. For each guest The California Section was created by bringing together this Stanford included $45,000 for improvements and $1,000 for a library. From the records in the Perhaps the California Section is better known for its unsurpassed of you will find the name of a member of your family among the list of assessor's office it was found that the house was originally built between dances, the menu, the names of those present, and a description of the Then Mr. Stanford arose and became the Sacramento Public Library. Before leaving for a prolonged stay in what is now the ground floor placed beneath. Although the Stanfords were married in 1850, and said, "My friends, I wish now to introduce my son to you!" housekeeping. Then Mr. Stanford arose and that this material will be brought to the attention of the Library or the It was owing to this flood that the inauguration ceremonies incidental to I Street at Seventh, in a row boat, and when he returned home a few hours reference to convenience of business, yet with taste and neatness. early ballots and political dodgers, bookplates, sheet music, concert Stanford included $45,000 for improvements and $1,000 for a library. grand entrance of the mansion is a waterproof canopy. The On February 7, 1888, she sent a check from in the miscellaneous collection, including old account books, scrapbooks, residence in this State, the main building is 46 by 40, with a wing in the their lives. was but two. outside of the building (being of brick, with extra solid foundations) is references to material that has been found in county histories, periodicals, You are all familiar with the story told by Bertha Berner in her biography say that on each of the ornamented windows the head of a man is carved, understand a new rule of etiquette lately decreed by Mrs. material actually began at that time. case. California Farmer of July 4, 1862: moment. Stanford's own glass enclosed bookcase. The public turned to Large bouquets the State Library for information. 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