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Guide to the John Thomas Doyle Collection, 1893-1902
Boxes 470-477  
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Description
Correspondence, leases, legal materials, notes and drafts, pamphlets, tax receipts.
Background
For fifty years, John Thomas Doyle worked on the "Pious Fund" case as legal counselor for San Francisco Catholic Archbishops Joseph Alemany and Patrick Riordan. Doyle was born on November 26, 1819 in New York. In 1851, he came to San Francisco and practiced law. He returned to New York in 1856. In New York, he married Antonia Pons, returning to San Francisco in 1859. He served in various positions throughout his life: member of the first Board of Regents for the University of California, California State Commissioner of Transportation in 1877-78, and first President of the California Historical Society. He died in Menlo Park on December 23, 1906.
Restrictions
Please credit California State Library.
Availability
Unrestricted.