2 edition of Leland Stanford"s Great Vina Ranch, 1881-1919 found in the catalog.
Leland Stanford"s Great Vina Ranch, 1881-1919
Ernest P. Peninou
|Statement||compiled by Ernest P. Peninou ; foreword by Maynard A. Amerine.|
|LC Classifications||TP557 .P39 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||92239044|
Amasa Leland Stanford (March 9, – J ) was an American tycoon, robber baron, industrialist, politician, Governor of California, and founder of Stanford University. He was one of the Big Four of the Central Pacific Railroad. Information from Wikipedia about Leland Stanford. Stanford was born in in what was then Watervliet, New York (in what is now the town of Colonie).Parents: Josiah Stanford. Leland Stanford Winery was a winery located in the Santa Clara Valley AVA, in Fremont, California, United winery was founded by Leland Stanford in The vineyard was planted by Stanford's brother, Josiah winery was owned by Weibel Champagne Vineyards until The area has since been developed into housing, and now consists of a single unused brick on: Stanford Ave., Fremont, California.
A portrait of Senator Leland Stanford, Jane Lathrop Stanford, Leland Stanford Jr. taken in (Image credit: Stanford University Archives) When railroad magnate and former California Gov. Leland Stanford and his wife, Jane Lathrop Stanford, lost their only child, Leland, Jr., to typhoid in , they decided to build a university as the most fitting memorial, and deeded to it a large. Even better than Leland Stanford. In the late s the railroad baron and one-time California governor created the Great Vina Ranch here, planting 4, acres. It .
One of the things I love most about making documentaries is the people you meet along the way. I just heard from Diane Brouillard Kennedy, whose great grandfather, Charles Brouillard, was a French winemaker imported by Leland Stanford in to make wine at the Great Vina Ranch (the current site of the Abbey of New Clairvaux). An Assessment of Leland Stanford—Man of Many Careers Stanford was a Great Man Epilogue and Legacy The Burial of Leland, Jr. in the Family Mausoleum Leland Stanford's Last Will and Testament Asa Phillips (Phil) and Annie Stanford Stanford's Farms and Ranches Jane Stanford and her disaffected Legatees Stanford Vineyards Warm Springs.
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Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Leland Stanford's Great Vina Ranch, a research paper: the history of Senator Leland Stanford's Vina Vineyard and the world's largest winery, formerly the site of Peter Lassen's Bosquejo and Henry Gerke's ranch in.
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Leland Stanford's Great Vina Ranch, a research paper: the history of senator Leland Stanford's Vina Vineyard and the world's largest winery, formerly the site of Peter Lassen's Bosquejo and Henry Gerke's ranch.
San Francisco, Yolo Hills Viticultural Society. Leland Stanford's Great Vina Ranch. A Research Paper: The History of Senator Leland Stanford's Vina Vineyard and the World's Largest Winery Formerly the Site of Peter Lassen's Bosquejo and Henry Gerke's Ranch.
Peninou, Ernest P. He maintained enormous vineyards and owned a large horse-raising ranch near Palo Alto. Inthe death of their fifteen-year-old son prompted the Stanfords to found and endow Stanford.
In her book, Mrs. Leland Stanford: An Intimate Account, Jane’s longtime secretary, Bertha Berner, retold the story: “Mr. Stanford asked Mrs. Stanford Author: Stanford Magazine.
Leland Stanford was never a man to think small, even in retirement planning. So when the millionaire railroad baron and former California governor began to map out life after business and politics in the early s, he bought a modest tract of land in the Sacramento Valley and proclaimed an immodest goal: to produce a wine to rival the great vintages of Europe.
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Biography of Leland Stanford, U.S. senator from California and, as the president of the Central Pacific Railroad, one of the builders of the first U.S. transcontinental railroad.
He is one of the 19th-century entrepreneurial tycoons called robber barons. He and his wife founded Stanford University. He owned two wineries, the Leland Stanford Winery in Alameda County founded inand run and later inherited by his brother Josiah, and acres ( km 2) Great Vina Ranch in Tehama County, containing what was then the largest vineyard in the world at 3, acres (14 km 2) and given to Stanford : Amasa Leland Stanford, March 9,Watervliet.
LELAND STANFORD aequirement easy. Civilization is simply the perception of new wants in the mind of man. Primarily the earth is the inexhaustible source from which all the wants of man may be satisfied.
Education expands the mind and augments the perceptions. Unless, therefore, it confers. Febru San Jose Mercury News, Vina, Feb 9 - Manager Graham of the Stanford Ranch has stated that it is the intention of the trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University to greatly increase the acreage now planted to vines and that a large force of men will soon be engaged in setting out choice vines of resistant stock.
The. STANFORD VINA RANCH Among the model agriculture properties of Tehama County is numbered the Stanford Vina Ranch, Vina, California, owned and operated by the Stanford Ranch Company, Incorporated.
The history of the ranch is an interesting one and dates from It was in the summer of that year that two men, General John Bidwell and Peter Lassen, then in the employ of General Sutter. Wilhelm Lehmbruck ( - ) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now atFirst Edition - AbeBooks Passion for books.
Leland Stanford was born March 9, in Watervliet Township, New York. He was admitted to the practice of law in and married Jane Lathrop in InStanford moved to California where he first worked as a storekeeper in Mother Lode mining camps and later became a successful Sacramento businessman.
Jane Lathrop Stanford Leland Stanford By Charles Sedgwick Aiken. Jane Lathrop Stanford: often those made in her own cellars from the vineyards of the great Vina Ranch. She believes in the worth of good lineage, and has pride in her membership in the Daughters of the American Revolution.
She has many ancestors of heroic fighting stock, and. Biographical and Historical Materials Series 1 Guide to the Leland Stanford Collection SC SC 6 box 3, folder Albany Rural Cemetery Stanford Family, Friends of Albany Rural Cemetery, Vol.
8 Issue 1 Two pages on the restoration of the Stanford. Leland Stanford's Great Vina Ranch, a research paper: the history of Senator Leland Stanford's Vina Vineyard and the world's largest winery, formerly the site of Peter Lassen's Bosquejo and Henry Gerke's ranch .
Stanford hired several hundred Chinese to plant more thancuttings, and spared no expense to turn acre Vina Ranch into the largest vineyard in the world, with 3, acres of grapes. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
Leland Stanford collection, in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Leland Stanford was born March 9, in Waltervliet Township, New York. He was admitted to the practice of law in and married Jane Lathrop in In Stanford moved to California where he first worked as a storekeeper in Mother Lode mining camps and later became a successful Sacramento businessman.The Stanfords chose their country estate, Palo Alto Stock Farm, in northern Santa Clara County as the site of the university, so that the University is often called "the Farm" to this day.
The campus master plan (–) was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and later his Main Quad was designed by Charles Allerton Coolidge and his colleagues, and by Leland Stanford himself.
But by Prohibition, Stanford’s “Great Vina Ranch” was a thing of faded glory. The land was sold off. The winery burned down. Inthe heart of Stanford’s estate was purchased by the Author: Esther Mobley.