Title:Samuel C. Upham papers, circa 1870-1879
Creator/Contributor:Upham, Samuel C. (Samuel Curtis), 1819-1885, creator
Creator/Contributor:Miller, Joaquin, 1837-1913, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days in California
Contains handwritten and printed correspondence, speeches, dedications, poems, reviews, song sheets, etc. One of the letters
(18 p.), dated May 6, 1878, contains an extensive autobiographical account of Upham's life including his family history, his
brief time as a gold miner, and his eventual career as a journalist. Song sheets include a copy of "Evangel Hymns for Church
Choirs, Sunday-Schools, Revival, Praise, and Camp Meetings," edited by Samuel C. Upham, along with several others. Also includes
the published poem, "Ye Ancient Yuba Miner of the Days of '49." Also includes one scrapbook of various ephemera, correspondence,
clippings, meeting ephemera from the Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days in California, and other related material.
Upham, Samuel C. (Samuel Curtis) -- 1819-1885 -- Archives
Upham, Samuel C. (Samuel Curtis) -- 1819-1885 -- Correspondence
Miller, Joaquin -- 1837-1913 -- Correspondence
Associated Pioneers of the Territorial Days in California -- Correspondence
Pioneers -- California
Journalists -- California -- Sacramento
Journalists -- California -- San Francisco
California -- Gold discoveries
Samuel C. Upham papers, BANC MSS 2012/217, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase; from Michael Vinson; 20121025.
Samuel C. Upham, a pioneer journalist of Sacramento and San Francisco, California, is best known for his book, "Notes of a
Voyage to California."
Preliminary list of contents available in the library.
1 box, 1 volume (0.45 linear feet)
BANC MSS 2012/217 box 1
BANC MSS 2012/217 v.1
BANC MSS 2012/217