|Janss Investment Company advertisements for Yorba Linda land
These advertisements appeared in the Orange County Tribune, May 25, 1910.
|Will of the Class of 1915, Yorba Linda, Cal
The graduating eighth grade class of the Yorba Linda School, which included noted author Jessamyn West wrote this "will."
|Bare Hills Become Orchards as Pioneers Plan Future: Yorba Lindans Work Together To Develop Ideal Community
This October 17, 1947 article from the Yorba Linda Star details the history of Yorba Linda from 1910 to 1920. Reprinted by permission from the Orange County Register.
by Amelia Davila,
Amelia Davila, the daughter of Andrea Elisalde (third wife of Bernardo Yorba), wrote this article which appeared in the Santa ana Weekly Blade on June 1, 1893.
|March of progress tramples down remains of noted Yorba hacienda
by Florence Summers,
Essay written in 1926 by Florence Summers about Bernardo Yorba's hacienda.
|"Old-timers" tea at the library
In April of 1974 the Yorba Linda District Library held an “Old Timers” tea, in which participants reflected on early life in Yorba Linda. This document is a partial transcript of that event.
|Some of the First Things
by Bertha Brooks,
Essay written by Bertha Brooks of the Yorba Linda Women's club in 1914. Courtesy of the Yorba Linda Women's Club.
|Strange case of the happy town
by Keith Monroe,
This article about Yorba Linda appeared in Coronet Magazine in February, 1948
|The famous Yorba Linda district
This article about Yorba Linda appeared in the Orange County Tribune on May 25, 1910.
|Yorba Linda . . . In The Days of Yesteryear!
by Midred Yorba MacArthur,
This July 2, 1961 article from the Yorba Linda Star written by Mildred Yorba MacArthur details the early history of Yorba Linda and Placentia. Reprinted by permission from the Orange County Register.
|Yorba Linda School graduation program for 1915
Graduation ceremony program for fourth through eighth grade. Includes the names of many Yorba Linda pioneer families, including the Buckmasters, Marshburns, and Wests.