Scrapbook compiled by a champion pistol shot, documenting shooting matches in Northern California
Sheldon I. Kellogg, Jr. was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1847. He moved to New York and participated in shooting contests
there, a member of the National Guard of New York state. Moving to California in 1874, in 1876 he married Abby Ann Tubbs,
daughter of Hiram Tubbs of the cordage works. A resident of Oakland, Colonel Kellogg was known for many years as a champion
pistol shot on the West Coast, and when he died in 1933 was the oldest member of the National Rifle Association.
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