Resources

Adams, Ansel with Alinder, Mary Street.  Ansel Adams:  An Autobiography.  Boston:  Little, Brown and Company, 1985.

Aikman, Tom Girvan.  Boss Gardener:  The Life and Times of John McLaren.  San Francisco, California:  Don’t Call It Frisco Press, 1988.

“Burlingame Train Station, Centennial Celebration 1894-1994,” La Peninsula 29, no. 1 (1994).

Caring for Generations:  A Centennial History of Mills-Peninsula Health Services. Burlingame and San Mateo, California:  Mills-Peninsula Health Services, 2007.

Chapman, Martin.  Cartier and America.  San Francisco:  Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and DelMonico Books, 2009.

Davis, Philip.  Lost London: 1870-1945.  Hertfordshire, United Kingdom:  Transatlantic Press, 2009.

Evans, Beverley L. Ed. Burlingame, Lively Memories— A Pictorial Review.  Burlingame, California:  Burlingame Historical Society, 1977.

Fremont, Jessie Benton.  A Year of American Travel:  Narrative of Personal Experience. San Francisco:  Book Club of California, 1960.

Garrison, Joanne.  Burlingame Centennial 1908-2008.  Burlingame, California:  Burlingame Historical Society, 2007.

“Historic Building Survey,” Town of Hillsborough, 1990.

Jones, Virgie V.  Historical Persons & Places . . . in San Ramon Valley:  A personalized, pictorial, social history of Alamo, Danville, Diablo and San Ramon.  Alamo, California:  Morris-Burt Press, 1977.

Kinder, Gary.  Ship of Gold in the Deep Blue Sea. New York:  Vintage Books, a division of Random House, Inc., 1998.

Koch, Margaret.  The Pasatiempo Story.  Los Gatos, California:  Privately published, 1990.

Lister, Constance (historian/compiler) and Geoffrey A. Currall (editor). A History of Burlingame. Published serially in the San Mateo Times beginning August 25, 1934. Burlingame, California: Burlingame Historical Society, 1978.

Mainor, Jr., Ross F.  An Exultation in Stained Glass:  The Windows of The Episcopal Church of Saint Matthew.  San Mateo, California:  Privately published, 2000.

Moffat, Frances.  Dancing on the Brink of the World:  The Rise and Fall of San Francisco Society.  New York, New York:  G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1977.

Poett, A. Dibblee.  Rancho San Julian:  The Story of a California Ranch and Its People.  Santa Barbara, California:  Fithian Press and the Santa Barbara Historical Society, 1991.

Postel, Mitchell P.  History of the Burlingame Country Club.  San Mateo County, California:  Burlingame Country Club and the San Mateo Historical Association, 1982.

————.  San Mateo:  A Centennial History.  San Francisco:  Scottwall Associates, 1994.

Richards, Rand.  Mud, Blood and Gold:  San Francisco in 1849.  San Francisco:  Heritage House Publishers, 2009.

Schweikart, Larry and Doti, Lynne Pierson.  “From Hard Money to Branch Banking:  California Banking in the Gold-Rush Economy” California History:  The Magazine of the California Historical Society (Winter 1998/99).

Semes, The Reverend Robert Louis.  Of These Stones:  An Historical Sketch of the Church of Saint Matthew, San Mateo, California 1865-1990.  San Mateo, California:  privately published, 1990.

Smith, Gene.  The Shattered Dream:  Herbert Hoover and the Great Depression.  New York:  William Morrow & Company, Inc., 1970.

Stanger, Frank M., ed. “From Suburb to City . . . 50 years . . . in Burlingame,” La Peninsula 9, no. 5 (1958).

Svanevik, Michael and Burgett, Shirley.  Burlingame:  City of Trees.  San Francisco:  The Hillsborough-Burlingame Boutique & Villager and Custom & Limited Editions, 1997.

————.  No Sidewalks Here:  A Pictorial History of Hillsborough.  San Francisco:  Custom & Limited Editions, 1999.

Whitwell, Gertrude, “William Davis Merry Howard,” California Historical Society Quarterly 27 (1948).

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