Scrapbook on California history, 1880-1927.

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Scrapbook on California history, 1880-1927.

Contains clippings from newspapers and magazines, and some ephemera, relating to California history. Includes several articles on Ethel Cushing Bryant (her series "Confessions of an army wife"), Death Valley Scotty, snakes, the Pioneer Mother Monument, and the pony express (articles by Harry C. Peterson). Includes 1880 covers of Harper's weekly regarding Denis Kearney, and a 1915 San Francisco map by G. Bursetown (p. 98).

1 v. (188 p.) : ill. ; 46 cm.

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Scott, Walter E., 1872-1954

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Bryant, Ethel Cushing.

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Leonard, Alexander Thomas,

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John B. Weller was governor of California and father of Charles Locke Weller, a San Francisco judge; Charles's daughter Anna Weller married Earl R. Shipp and had a daughter Betty Morgan Shipp. From the description of Scrapbook of clippings and notes on California governor John B. Weller and his descendants, 1880-1954. (California Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 122383009 ...