Title:Llewellyn Zublin letters to his wife and son: San Francisco, Calif., 1852-1857
Creator/Contributor:Zublin, Llewellyn., creator
Consists of letters describing life in San Francisco, work in local newspapers, including the San Francisco Herald and the
San Francisco Call, and local events between 1852 to 1857, including elections, earthquakes, fires and agricultural prices,
as well as his perspective on national and international events. The letters to Amelia cease after 1854, and Llewellyn writes
exclusively to Ralph until 1857. Also contains one letter from George Zublin to Llewellyn.
King, James -- 1822-1856
San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1856.
San Francisco herald
San Francisco call
Reporters and reporting -- California -- San Francisco
Earthquakes -- California
Elections -- California -- History
Agricultural prices -- California
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Social life and customs
Llewellyn Zublin worked as a printer in San Francisco during the 1850's while his wife Amelia and son Ralph stayed in Iowa.
Zublin first worked as a printer on the San Francisco Herald and then founded the San Francisco Call with four other printers.
Letter of 21 May, 1856 published as Bloody murder in San Francisco. [Berkeley], 2000.
1 box (.4 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 99/277 c box 1