Title:George C. Fraser letters: California, to his brother Roderick M. Fraser, Yorkville, New York, 1854-1860
Creator/Contributor:Fraser, George C., creator
Creator/Contributor:Fraser, Roderick M.
Describes work as a stonecutter including cutting stone for the San Quentin Penitentiary and the California State Capitol
building. Also includes descriptions of the Chinese, a hanging, a vigilance committee, and the areas he lived and worked including
San Francisco, Santa Clara, Rail Road Hill in Yuba County, Benicia and Vallejo.
California State Prison at San Quentin -- History
California State Capitol (Sacramento, Calif.) -- History
Stone-cutters -- California -- History
Quarries and quarrying -- California
Chinese -- California
Vigilance committees -- California
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Description and travel
Santa Clara (Calif.) -- Description and travel
Yuba County (Calif.) -- Description and travel
Benicia (Calif.) -- Description and travel
Vallejo (Calif.) -- Description and travel
George C. Fraser letters: California, to his brother Roderick M. Fraser, Yorkville, New York, BANC MSS 2005/205, The Bancroft
Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase; from Serendipity Books; in 2005.
George C. Fraser, a stonecutter, arrived in California aboard the Steamship Ohio in 1854.
1 box (.2 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2005/205 c