The papers of Julian Dana, newspaperman, columnist, editor, and writer of popular stories and histories of California.
Julian Dana (1902-1961) was a newspaperman, columnist, editor, and writer of popular stories and histories of California.
He was editor of the Pony Express Courier (of Placerville), a magazine dedicated to Western Americana. His major publications
included: A.P. Giannini: Giant in the West (1947); Gods who die; the story of Samoa's greatest adventurer, as told to Julian
Dana (1935); Lost springtime, the chronicle of a journey far away and long ago (1938); The man who built San Francisco; a
study of Ralston's journey with banners (1936); The Sacramento, river of gold (1939); and Sutter of California; a biography
Number of containers: 8 cartons, 2 boxes, 8 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder
(linear feet: 19)
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