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Francis Clark Papers: Finding Aid
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This collection consists of letters, an account book, and a few documents related to the business activities of Francis Clark, a partner in the firm of Brooks, Clark, and Company, dating from 1856 to 1859. The materials chiefly with his interests in gold mining, property, and finance in Placer and El Dorado Counties, California.
Francis Clark was a resident of Folsom, California, in the 1850s. He engaged in businesses related to gold mining and was a partner in the firm of Brooks, Clark and Company and in the American River Water and Mining Company.
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