Agua Caliente (Higuera), Diseño 78, GLO No. 136, Santa Clara County, and associated historical documents.
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<p>Diseños and Expediente – National Archives (or Bancroft Archives); WPA Abstract – David Hornbeck, Ph.D</p>
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Diseños - Hand-drawn Spanish-Mexican map demonstrating the physical boundaries of land granted to Mexican citizens by the Spanish or Mexican.Work Progress Administration Abstract (WPA Abstract) – A summary document prepared in 1938 under the U. S. Work Progress Administration program detailing the history of a rancho beginning with the Spanish-American land through the U.S. patenting process.