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Cowell Ghost, by Santa Cruz Sentinel
On May 14, 1903, Sarah Agnes Cowell, the youngest daughter of Henry Cowell, was killed in a buggy accident at ... [Read more]

The Home Ranch of the Cowells, by Josephine Clifford McCrackin
The Gate through which we drove had been put up in 1854, and every pointed paling brought from San Francisco, ... [Read more]

The S. H. Cowell Foundation is named after Samuel Henry Cowell, [Read more]

Lime and the Lime Business, by Laurie MacDougall
In order to understand the development of the Cowell business, it is essential to know something about lime. [Read more]

The S. H. Cowell Years (1911-1955), by Laurie MacDougall
There were now three surviving members of the Cowell family, S. H., Isabella and Helen. None of them had married, ... [Read more]

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Building the Carnegie Free Library, 1901-1904

[There were four grants from the Carnegie Corporation, between 1903 and 1921, for library construction-- a main library and three branch buildings. The Carnegie Free Library discussed here refers to the first Carnegie library built, which became the main library in Santa Cruz. RAP--ed.]

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Excerpted from The History of the Santa Cruz Public Library System: Part 3-- 1901-1904 by Margaret Souza