The papers of Norman B. Livermore, Jr., conservationist, lumber industry executive, and Secretary of Resources under the Reagan
gubernatorial administration in California.
Norman B. Livermore, Jr. was born in 1911 in San Francisco to Norman B. Livermore, Sr. and Caroline Livermore (for whom Mt.
Livermore on Angel Island is named). He was the great-grandson of California pioneer and state senator (from El Dorado County)
Horatio Gates Livermore and the grandson of Horatio Putnam Livermore.
28.5 linear feet
(21 cartons, 4 tubes)
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