Published monthly for the Benicia Arsenal Employees Association. This December 1951 issue includes the following topics: Our Own Navy, One Million Dollars a Month, Three Hundred Pints for the Blood Bank, First Masonic Temple, and the Pine Lake Dam. A holiday message is included by Col. R. [...]
Thompson and West - Pg. 25 - U. S. Arsenal, Benicia, CA
December 1988 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine. This issue contains the following articles: St. Gertrude's Academy in Rio Vista 1876-1930, St. Joseph's Academy, Reflections from the Past by Sumi Okahara, From There to Here - The Evolution of Stonedene, Blue Mountain Joint School - The Story of a Rural One Room School by M. [...]
December 1987 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine. This issue contains the following articles: The California Pacific Railroad by Thomas Lucy, From Ranch to Winslow Terrace - Recollections of an early Vallejo by Gertrude Winslow Hudson, Oar Power and Sail - A Brief History of the Vallejo Yacht Club by C. Thomas Hosley, USS Constitution Visits Vallejo - Mare Island by Sue Lemmon, The Trials of Captain Waterman by Matthew Fountain, and a welcome message by Sue Lemmon, SCHS President..
December 1986 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine. This issue contains the following articles: Shiloh Church by Carley Robinson, Good Templars' Home for Orphans by Ernest Wichels, Vallejo - The County Seat and The City and County of Vallejo by Thomas Lucy, Town of Cement 1902-1927 by Ruth Kilkenny, Mare Island Wheels by Sue Lemmon, Frank R. Devlin - A Leading Citizen of Vallejo by Marion Devlin, and a welcome message by Mary Higham, SCHS President..
December 1985 edition of the Solano Historian Magazine - Volume 1. This issue contains the following articles: General John Frisbie Solano Entrepreneur by Thomas Lucy, The Village That Vanished - A Suisun Valley Tragedy and Chinatown by Evelyn Lockie, Cordelia When I Was Young by Pearl Fowler, John Frey and the Vallejo Water System, The Last Day of the Sehome by Eileen Hogan De La Mater, Hasting's Folly by Marion Devlin, and a welcome message by Mary Higham, SCHS President..
Benicia Arsenal, Benicia, California. Founded in 1847
Official Statement of the City of Vacaville 1959 Water Revenue Bonds Series A. Several topics are outlined in this report including: Sale and Delivery of the Bonds, Description of the Water System, Monticello Dam and Future Water Supply, California Medical Facility, and various highlights of local industries. Statement prepared by Stone and Youngberg Financing Consultants..
Benicia Arsenal - Clock Tower with 3 stories. Taken in 1950s
Benicia Arsenal - Clock Tower with 2 stories. Taken in 1965