This collection includes certificates, correspondence, legal documents, manuscripts, legal papers, and a scrapbook regarding
the professional career of Grant Jackson. Materials are from 1886-1924.
Grant Jackson (1866 June 13 - 1925 April 2) was born in Sebastopol, California, but the family soon moved to Lompoc and Santa
Barbara. In 1887 he began to study law in in the office of W.C. Stratton. Admitted to the bar in 1891, Jackson began his practice
in Santa Barbara, moving to Los Angeles in 1902. Years later, he became a Judge for the Superior Court.
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