Letters; MSS, tear sheets and reprints of his writings, many of which relate to governmental matters; material re Coolidge-Dawes
Republican League of California; personalia; clippings, including obituaries. A few papers re the Juvenile Probation Committee
in San Francisco.
Percy Vincent Long was born in Sonora, California, March 26, 1870. He studied law independently and was admitted to the California
bar in 1892 and to practice before the United States Supreme Court in 1905. In 1903 he was elected City Attorney of San Francisco,
a position which he held almost continuously until 1918. He then became assistant general counsel for the National Board of
Fire Underwriters. From about 1938 until shortly before his death in 1953, he was the senior member of the San Francisco law
firm of Long and Levit.
Number of containers: 1 box and 1 oversize folder
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