Summary: Volumes of newspaper clippings (1889-1912) covering Pardee's career and the general political picture of the time.
George Cooper Pardee, born 25 July 1857 in San Francisco, California, was a doctor who specialized in diseases of the eye
and ear. He served as mayor of Oakland (1893-1895) and as governor of California (1903-1907).
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