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Finding aid to Scrapbooks of Photographs and Cartoons Dealing with the Spanish-American War from the Graupner Family Papers, 1898-1899
BANC PIC 1964.026--fALB and BANC PIC 1964.066--PIC  
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Description
The first scrapbook (BANC PIC 1964.026) was assembled by Graupner in 1899. A typewritten explanatory note at the front of the scrapbook states that the photographs were taken in the San Francisco vicinity between 1898 and 1899. The second scrapbook (BANC PIC 1964.066) was assembled in 1898. It is unclear if it too was assembled by Graupner. It it titled "Bugle Echoes, 1898" and depicts the Phillippine expeditions preparing for the war.
Background
Adolphus Earhart Graupner was born in Iowa in 1875. He was graduated from the University of California in 1897 and began his law career in San Francisco the same year, ultimateley becoming assistant district attorney and Superior Court judge. He was an active member of the American Legion and served as chairman of its rehabilitation committe, 12th district. Judge Graupner died in 1947.
Extent
2 scrapbooks: 1964.026: 100 cyanotype photographic prints and 39 cartoons in one album, 23 x 34 cm. 1966.066: 38 photographic prints in one album, 19 x 28 cm. 177 digital objects
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