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From: "Carolyn Feroben" <>
Subject: Re: Folsom Prison Records??
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 07:00:08 -0700
Yes Folsom available- the State Archives is a great resource--check it out-
they are fast, courteous, and costs are reasonable!!
A R C H I V E S & G O L D E N S T A T E
M U S E U M
The California State Archives collections document the
broad scope of California government and its impact on
people of the state. Over 65,000 cubic feet of records
all types are represented including millions of
and bound volumes, 20,000 maps and architectural
drawings, 250,000 photographs, 7,500 video and audio
tapes, as well as hundreds of artifacts.
Spanish and Mexican Land Grants
Family History Resources
Robert F. Kennedy Assassination Investigation
Supreme and Appellate Courts
Elections and Political Campaigns
State Agencies and Constitutional Officers
California Constitutions - The original 1849 and 1879
State Constitutions are housed in the Archives along
constitution convention working papers.
Spanish and Mexican Land Grants - Official state
of land grants from the Spanish and Mexican periods
include transcripts of official correspondence and
Family History Resources - Records of the California
National Guard (1849-1942), professional and
licensing boards (1885-1968), Folsom and San Quentin
Prisons (1850-1945), and 27 counties (including
deeds, naturalization, etc.) are all useful for the
historian. Also housed at the Archives is the
library of the Root Cellar-Sacramento Genealogical
which is open to the public and staffed by volunteers
several days each week.
Date: Tuesday, June 20, 2000 3:10 AM
Subject: Folsom Prison Records??
>What about Folsom prison records? Are they available at Sacramento, same
>as those of S.Q.?
>Jackie (from state of Washington)
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