Title:Photographs from the John Brannan letters and other family papers
Views show a parade in Escondido, Samuel Brannan's home in background; the San Francisco home of Brannan where first gold
was exhibited; a San Francisco building at Montgomery and Sacramento; a reprint of a view of the home of Samuel Brannan; gravestone
of Samuel Brannan; portraits of children of Samual Brannan; other portraits taken in Paris; and related views.
Date:ca. 1860-1928 (issued)
Brennan family -- Pictorial works
Brannan, Sam -- 1819-1889 -- Pictorial works
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Pictorial works
Title supplied by cataloger.
Photographed by Morse's Palace of Art and others.
Includes photographic prints, copy prints (of art and of daguerreotypes), cartes de visite, and negatives (many duplicates)
John Brannan (1813-1862) was the older brother of prominent California pioneer Sam Brannan. John sailed from Philadelphia
to San Francisco in 1849 and, after returning to the East, came back to San Francisco in 1852 to work in his brother's office.
John died in 1862 en route to China.
Transferred from the John Brannan letters and other family papers (BANC MSS 92/755 c)
32 items : b&w ; various sizes.
BANC PIC 1992.042--PIC