Research materials regarding the Sharon-Hill divorce case of 1883-1889, 1883-19?.

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Teiser, Ruth. Research materials regarding the Sharon-Hill divorce case of 1883-1889, 1883-19?.

Research materials regarding the Sharon-Hill divorce case of 1883-1889, 1883-19?.

Sixteen looseleaf notebooks containing clippings, transcriptions, notes, and photocopies from San Francisco newspapers and other printed sources concerning the Sharon-Hill divorce case of the 1880s, which involved former Senator William Sharon, his alleged wife, Sarah Althea Hill, and Hill's husband after Sharon's death, former Chief Justice of the Calif. State Supreme Court, David S. Terry, who was also involved in the case.

1 carton, 2 boxes (1.75 linear ft.)

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Sharon, William, 1821-1885

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Teiser, Ruth

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Teiser is a free-lance writer who has written extensively on the California wine industry. From the description of Papers, 1960-1990. (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 43596964 ...

Hill, Sarah Althea, 1853-1937

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Terry, David Smith, 1823-1889

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David Smith Terry was a lawyer, politician, and California Supreme Court justice. Born in Kentucky, he lived in Texas during the Revolution and joined the Texas Rangers during the Mexican War. After settling in California, he was elected a judge of the Supreme Court in 1855. Political rivalry with David C. Broderick, culminated in the famous Terry-Broderick duel in 1859, in which Broderick was killed. Terry joined the Confederate army during the Civil War and returned to California afterwards to...