George Walden Savage (1903-1961) was a journalist and newspaper publisher for various newspapers around the Owens valley in
California. He also served as secretary of the highway commission (1948-49), was a member of the Governor's Public Information
Committee (1959-60) and president of the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce (1960-61). The collection consists of scrapbooks
containing correspondence, clippings, photographs, and related printed material.
Savage was born on June 27, 1903 in Dennison, Ohio; became a journalist and newspaper publisher in California; was owner-publisher
of the Inyo-Independent (Independence, California), Progress Citizen (Lone Pine, California), Inyo Register (Bishop, California), 1933-45, and South Pasadena Review, 1946-47; was manager of the Inland Printing and Engraving Company, San Bernardino, California, 1949-61; he also served as
secretary of the highway commission (1948-49), member of the Governor's Public Information Committee (1959-60), and president
of the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce (1960-61); he died on September 15, 1961 in San Bernardino.
8 boxes (4 linear ft.)
4 oversize boxes
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