Title:Joseph M. Nougues family papers, 1851-1926
Creator/Contributor:Nougues, Joseph M., 1810-1870 or 1, creator
Creator/Contributor:Nougues, Joseph M., 1842-1908
Contains correspondence, legal documents and clippings, concerning land and construction throughout the state of California.
Also includes clippings from election fraud cases in 1894.
Nougues, Joseph M -- 1842-1908 -- Archives
Nougues, Joseph M -- 1810-1870 or 1 -- Archives
Real property -- California
Building -- California
Quartz mines and mining -- California -- El Dorado County
Elections -- Corrupt practices -- California
Joseph M. Nougues was born in New Orleans in 1810. His son by the same name was born in Baltimore, Md. in 1842. The Nougues
family migrated to California in 1854. The father was a lawyer, building contractor and owned a quartz mine in El Dorado County.
His son also became a lawyer in 1864 and was the city attorney of San Francisco.
1 box (.4 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2005/203 c