This collection contains the personal papers of Alice E. Klauber, including numerous travel journals from her journeys through
Europe and Asia, as well as diaries chronicling her life in California. It also contains pencil sketches and watercolors of
landscapes, people, and architecture in addition to poetry, correspondence, and other personal and financial documents.
Alice E. Klauber was an artist and an interior designer with a significant influence on the cultural development of San Diego.
Born in San Diego on May 19, 1871, Ms. Klauber was the third of twelve children born to Abraham and Theresa Epsteen Klauber.
Alice moved briefly to San Francisco with her family in 1885, returning to San Diego permanently in 1892.
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The San Diego History Center (SDHC) holds the copyright to any unpublished materials. SDHC Library regulations do apply.
This collection is open for research.