This collection contains typescripts for Anne Roller Issler's work on Robert Louis Stevenson's time spent in San Francisco
between December 1879 and May 1880. The work,
Happier for His Presence: San Francisco and Robert Louis Stevenson, was published by Stanford University Press in 1949.
Anne Roller Issler (1892-1975) was considered an expert on Robert Louis Stevenson's California period. She wrote
Happier for His Presence about the five months Robert Louis Stevenson spent in San Francisco between Christmas 1879 and May 1880. She served as curator
at the Cuyamaca State Park Museum, the Vallejo Home in Sonoma, the Old Courthouse in Shasta, and the Robert Louis Stevenson
House in Monterey.
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