Account of Sarah Hubon's memories of early San Diego, with a carte-de-visite portrait
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- circa 1860-1923
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[Title, Date]. Hubon Family Papers. MSS 663. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.
Handwritten account transcribed by Fannie Hubon Stedman of Sarah Hubon's (Frederick Hubon's wife) memories of coming to San Diego in 1868. She describes their travels to and within California, the early settlement, the manners of the people, and mentions Alonzo Horton. The account was written after Sarah Hubon's death on October 21, 1923. Includes a circa 1860s carte-de-visite photographic portrait of Sarah Hubon, before her marriage, taken in Salem, Massachusetts.
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