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Name Heeser, August Alfred, 1877 - 1966
Othernames A.A. Heeser
Auggie Heeser
Born Feb. 5, 1877
Places of residence Mendocino, California
Father William Heeser
Mother Laura Nelson Heeser
Notes Interment - Evergreen Cemetery
Occupation Sheep Rancher
Wells Fargo Agent
Mendocino Post master
Surveyor
Editor - Mendocino Beacon and Fort Bragg Advocate
Publications Mendocino County History of 1880
Spouse Edith Nichols - 1948
Children No children
Birthplace San Francisco, California
Deceased July 29, 1966
Deceased where Mendocino, California

Associated Records

2006-43-01 - Deed

A document deeding the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 27, in Township 17 north, Range 17 west of Mount Diablo base and meridian to S.F. Lucas of the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California . This land is being sold by I. A.A. Heeser of Mendocino County to the City of Oakland.

2007-17-01 - Ledger

Fifteen various kinds of bank books, some inscribed with "Bank of Mendocino" on the cover. Most list numbers with no identifying descriptions. Some books have "Orders Cashed" written on the front cover but no explanation on who or what. These were included in a box of material belonging to Auggie Heeser but may not have been generated by him.

2007-17-02 - Ledger

Letters, overdraft notices, cancelled checks, and blank forms from various banks belonging to Auggie Heeser. Banks represented are: San Francisco Savings Union, Mendocino Bank of Commerce, Bank of Italy - Mendocino Bank, Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, The Coast National Bank of Fort Bragg.

2007-17-04 - Letter

Letters of request written to the Mendocino Beacon for printing orders.

2007-17-10 - Radiograph

Six glass plates of X-rays of Auggie Heeser's foot taken in 1915

2007-28-05 - Check, Bank

Check made to order of the Mendocino Lumber Company through the Bank of Italy for the amount of $11.00. Signed by A.A. Heeser.

Image of 2008-04-07 - Documents

2008-04-07 - Documents

Documentation on the William Heeser House at 45080 Albion Street, Apn: 119-236-01 This was the first house built in Mendocino. It was built for William Kasten, in 1852, from the first lumber sawed from the Mendocino mill. William Kelly bought out Kasten and lived in this house from 1854 - 1861. William Heeser bought much of the downtown from Kelly including this house. August (Auggie) Heeser, son of William Heeser, and Heeser family members occupied this house from 1861 to 1966. This house is now part of the Mendocino Hotel. File contains: Survey researched by Dorothy Bear and Beth Stebbins for the State Office of Historic Preservation, 3/27/1999 1 photograph, n.d.

2000-08-001 - Ledger

An accounting ledger, possibly from the Mendocino Beacon, kept by A.A. Heeser beginning April 1927 and ending January 1928. Includes Accounts Receivable and Accounts Paid Out.

2000-08-001 - Ledger

An accounting ledger, possibly from the Mendocino Beacon, kept by A.A. Heeser beginning April 1927 and ending January 1928. Includes Accounts Receivable and Accounts Paid Out.

Image of 2000-11-01 - Ledger

2000-11-01 - Ledger

A ledger originally designated as the "W.H. Heeser Estate Journal" and changed to "A.A. Heeser Estate Journal." Contents include: Mendocino Beacon debits and credits Notation for Auggie Heeser inheritance tax Farm produce accounts Other misc. transactions

Image of 2000-11-08 - Card, Calling

2000-11-08 - Card, Calling

Business card for A.A. Heeser, Resident Agent for Great American Insurance Company, New York.

Image of 2000-11-03 - Drawing

2000-11-03 - Drawing

Drawing pad belonging to Auggie Heeser with sketches and drawing exercises. Front top cover has "Auggie Heeser" written in cursive.

2000-11-05 - Deed

Deed between August Alfred Heeser and John Silva Sypriana granting property on Willits Street in East Mendocino. Transaction occurred February 26, 1913.

Image of 2000-11-07 - Document

2000-11-07 - Document

A type-written declaration written on letterhead of A.A. (Auggie) Heeser regarding a threat by Sheriff Bartolomie to sue Heeser for slander in two newspaper articles published by the Mendocino Beacon.

Image of 2000-11-14 - Music, Sheet

2000-11-14 - Music, Sheet

Two books of sheet music for cornet belonging to Auggie Heeser. a. Feist's Solo Bb Cornet Folio, containing 60 full size, solo Bb cornet parts of prevailing, popular and standard compositions. b. New Band Numbers published by Jerome H. Remink & Co.

Image of 2000-11-15 - Documents

2000-11-15 - Documents

Correspondence with the Department of the Interior, Office of U.S. Surveyor-General, relating to William Heeser's application to survey the small island of eight acres on the west portion of Mendocino locally referred to as "Goat Island." (Township 17 N. R. 18 W., Mount Diablo Meridian) Includes rejection of application and Executive Order by President Theodore Roosevelt reserving the island for the purposes of a lighthouse. Copy of Executive Order dates July 3, 1905

2000-11-16 - Documents

Financial records belonging to Auggie Heeser, concerning his many business endeavors, gathered together in a binder. These records concern real estate transactions, banking business and loans, insurance claims and policies, agriculture and letters concerning the Mendocino Woodlands Recreation Demonstration Project and a request to the Works Progress Administration for the replacement of the water system in the town of Mendocino.

2000-11-17 - Documents

Financial records that deal with the banking aspect of Auggie Heeser's business. Documents include receipts, cancelled checks and statements from: Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank Bank of California Bank of Ukiah German Savings & Loan Society

2000-11-18 - Documents

Financial records that deal with the banking aspect of Auggie Heeser's business. Documents include receipts, cancelled checks and statements from: Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank Bank of California Bank of Ukiah German Savings & Loan Society

2000-11-21 - Register

Register of the minutes of the Fort Bragg - Mendocino Farm Center. Contains lists of members, resolutions and expenses. Resolution supporting the establishment of Russian Gulch State Park dated January 1932. Information on annual programs of work including: soil, field crops, range and livestock improvements, pest control and 4-H club support. Activities included poultry breeding demonstrations, test growing varieties of seed potatoes, apple pruning demonstrations and other farm-related activities.