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HOPE RANCH - SANTA BARBARA, CA HISTORY

HOPE RANCH - SANTA BARBARA, CA HISTORY

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1 Original Real Estate Map and Brochure of Hope Ranch, CA by H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA
17 7/8 x 23 1/4 May, 1949 
Original real estate map and brochure for the community of Hope Ranch, CA from H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA, dated May, 1949. With a map of individual lots, parcels, and features of the community, including polo fields and country club on one side and a listing of names of residents and their places with black & white photos on the verso. Near fine copy with faint handling, a few tiny notations in ink, and creases from folding. Hope Ranch is named after Irishman Thomas Hope who purchased the land in 1861 for $8,000 for sheep ranching. After his death in 1876, his heirs sold the ranch for $250,000 to the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1923 Harold Chase bought the land with the intention to develop it into the upscale residential community of 773 lots encompassing 1,863 acres it remains to this day. An interesting piece of Santa Barbara / Hope Ranch history, suitable for framing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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2 Original Real Estate Map and Brochure of Hope Ranch, CA by H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA
17 7/8 x 23 1/4 May, 1949 
Original real estate map and brochure for the community of Hope Ranch, CA from H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA, dated May, 1949. With a map of individual lots, parcels, and features of the community, including polo fields and country club on one side and a listing of names of residents and their places with black & white photos on the verso. About fine copy with faint handling and creases from folding. Hope Ranch is named after Irishman Thomas Hope who purchased the land in 1861 for $8,000 for sheep ranching. After his death in 1876, his heirs sold the ranch for $250,000 to the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1923 Harold Chase bought the land with the intention to develop it into the upscale residential community of 773 lots encompassing 1,863 acres it remains to this day. An interesting piece of Santa Barbara / Hope Ranch history, suitable for framing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 Original Real Estate Map and Brochure of Hope Ranch, CA by H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA
17 7/8 x 23 1/4 May, 1949 
Original real estate map and brochure for the community of Hope Ranch, CA from H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA, dated May, 1949. With a map of individual lots, parcels, and features of the community, including polo fields and country club on one side and a listing of names of residents and their places with black & white photos on the verso. About fine copy with faint handling and creases from folding. Hope Ranch is named after Irishman Thomas Hope who purchased the land in 1861 for $8,000 for sheep ranching. After his death in 1876, his heirs sold the ranch for $250,000 to the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1923 Harold Chase bought the land with the intention to develop it into the upscale residential community of 773 lots encompassing 1,863 acres it remains to this day. An interesting piece of Santa Barbara / Hope Ranch history, suitable for framing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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4 Original Real Estate Map and Brochure of Hope Ranch, CA by H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA
17 7/8 x 23 1/4 May, 1949 
Original real estate map and brochure for the community of Hope Ranch, CA from H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA, dated May, 1949. With a map of individual lots, parcels, and features of the community, including polo fields and country club on one side and a listing of names of residents and their places with black & white photos on the verso. About fine copy with faint handling and creases from folding. Hope Ranch is named after Irishman Thomas Hope who purchased the land in 1861 for $8,000 for sheep ranching. After his death in 1876, his heirs sold the ranch for $250,000 to the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1923 Harold Chase bought the land with the intention to develop it into the upscale residential community of 773 lots encompassing 1,863 acres it remains to this day. An interesting piece of Santa Barbara / Hope Ranch history, suitable for framing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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5 Original Real Estate Map and Brochure of Hope Ranch, CA by H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA
17 7/8 x 23 1/4 May, 1949 
Original real estate map and brochure for the community of Hope Ranch, CA from H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA, dated May, 1949. With a map of individual lots, parcels, and features of the community, including polo fields and country club on one side and a listing of names of residents and their places with black & white photos on the verso. About fine copy with faint handling and creases from folding. Hope Ranch is named after Irishman Thomas Hope who purchased the land in 1861 for $8,000 for sheep ranching. After his death in 1876, his heirs sold the ranch for $250,000 to the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1923 Harold Chase bought the land with the intention to develop it into the upscale residential community of 773 lots encompassing 1,863 acres it remains to this day. An interesting piece of Santa Barbara / Hope Ranch history, suitable for framing. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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6 Original Real Estate Map and Brochure of Hope Ranch, CA by H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA
17 3/4 x 23 1/4 August, 1947 
Original real estate map and brochure for the community of Hope Ranch, CA from H.G. Chase Real Estate, Santa Barbara, CA, dated August, 1947. With a map of individual lots, parcels, and features of the community, including polo fields and country club on one side and a listing of names of residents and their places with black & white photos on the verso. About fine copy with faint handling and creases from folding. Hope Ranch is named after Irishman Thomas Hope who purchased the land in 1861 for $8,000 for sheep ranching. After his death in 1876, his heirs sold the ranch for $250,000 to the Southern Pacific Railroad. In 1923 Harold Chase bought the land with the intention to develop it into the upscale residential community of 773 lots encompassing 1,863 acres it remains to this day. An interesting piece of Santa Barbara / Hope Ranch history, suitable for framing. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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