Joseph J. Coney collection (HDC 1742, SAFR 24677) complements the first Coney collection by the same name (HDC 1339 SAFR 21690
SAFR-01123). This second collection contains further materials of Coney's business dealings, as well as several photographs
and negatives of Coney. Of particular local interest, is the development plan portfolio for the Pacific Marina in Alameda,
California in folder 17. A file unit level inventory is included here. The collection is available for use.
Biography: Joseph J. Coney (1894-1998) was born and raised in San Francisco on April 1, 1894, to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Coney,
Consul General Mexico. After studying engineering, he became a naval architect for Consolidated Steel, he then founded Pacific
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