Men of the Pacific Coast: Containing Portraits and Biographies of the Professional, Financial and Business Men of California, Oregon and Washington. 1902-1903

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Pacific Art Company, 1903 - Businessmen - 634 pages
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Page 51 - Herein we will find the likenesses of old friends and acquaintances, many of whom, perchance, have departed from earth, making their pictured memory douhly dear — a collection which could not he secured otherwise.
Page 51 - To the student of physiognomy this hook is invaluahle, and even a cursory examination or a comparison of features, with the works of their possessors, cannot fail to impart to the veriest tyro a valuahle knowledge of human nature and the art of judging character from the face.
Page 51 - The puhlication is not eulogistic hut merely matter of fact, the data heing in condensed form, dealing only with the principal events of each life, thus differing from most hiographical works dealing with contemporaneous men.
Page 367 - HENDERSON BEAMER State Board of Equalization. 1891 to 1903. Farmer. Ex.Auditor, Assessor and Sheriff Yolo County. CaL Born Livingston County. Mo., July 39, 1849.
Page 79 - Kentucky, June 10, 1865. Arrived in California, Sept 6, 1890. Address, LOB Angeles REV. FRANK M.
Page 393 - Angeles. AUGUSTUS MURDOCK JONES General Agent Equitahle Life Assurance Society of New York for Southern California. Born Detroit, Mich., Nov. 8. 1868. Arrived in California Nov. 30.
Page 319 - Nevada. June 6. 1866. Arrived in California June 6. 1885. Address, San Francisco.
Page 89 - New Jersey, Jan. 2, 1868. Arrived in California, 1883 MH HYLAND JUDGE SUPER1OR COURT Suit* Clara County.
Page 49 - Men of the Pacific coast, containing portraits and biographies of the professional, financial and business men of California, Oregon and Washington.
Page 51 - Coast, was designed primarily as a reference volume for the use of the press, hut will find its way into hanks, counting rooms, homes of its suhscrihers and into the lihraries of many interested in the history of the Pacific Coast.

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