Guide to the Frank M. Clough Papers, 1876-1888

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Guide to the Frank M. Clough Papers, 1876-1888



California State Library

Sacramento, California

Contact Information:

  • California History Room
  • California State Library
  • Library and Courts Building II
  • 900 N. Street, Room 200
  • P.O. Box 942837
  • Sacramento, California 94237-0001
  • Phone: (916) 654-0176
  • Fax: (916) 654-8777
  • Email: cslcal@library.ca.gov
  • URL: http://www.library.ca.gov/
Processed by:
The California State Library staff
Encoded by:
Xiuzhi Zhou
© 1999 California State Library. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Frank M. Clough Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1876-1888
Box Number: 157-158
Creator: Clough, Frank M., 1855-1888
Repository: California State Library
Sacramento, California
Language: English.

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Frank M. Clough Papers, California State Library.

Access Points

Lawyers--California--San Francisco
Eureka (Nev.)--Social life and customs
Clough, Frank M., 1855-1888

Contents

Family correspondence.

Biography

Frank M. Clough was born in California in 1855. He studied law in Eureka, Nevada, 1876-1878. In 1880, he was elected Justice of the Peace on the Workingman's Party ticket and, in 1882, he was elected to the Superior Court of San Francisco on the Democratic ticket. In 1885 he was committed to the Stockton Asylum and die February 14, 1888.

Correspondents

Major Correspondents

  • Clough, Frank M., 1855-1888

Other Correspondents

  • Clough, William
  • Connell, Nettie May
  • Furtes, A.
  • Lee, W. C.

Related Collections

Title: Edwin H. Clough papers

Container List

Box Box 157

Correspondence 1876-1880.

Box Box 158

Correspondence 1881-1898.