2 edition of James Duval Phelan, a portrait, 1861-1930 found in the catalog.
James Duval Phelan, a portrait, 1861-1930
|LC Classifications||E748.P53 K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||65004423|
Biography. - ; California native; Mayor of San Francisco from - ; U.S. Senator from - ; The May El Portal was dedicated to Senator Phelan, the sponsor of the literary contest highlighted in the journal. The journal notes that Phelan made a $10, bequest to the Teachers College so the income could be used for awards for excellence in poetry and the Montalvo. In the United States, Phelans have been prominent, notably James Phelan (), Leix-born pioneer, and his son James Duval Phelan (), senator and mayor of San Francisco. O'Phelan Crest: Argent four lozenges in bend conjoined azure between two cotises of the last, on a chief gules three fleur-de-lis of the first.
The actual entrance is on Washington Street and was formerly graced with a glass-fringed marquee. The columns, roof and glass of the loggia were later additions. James Duval Phelan () was a three-term S.F. Mayor and U.S. Senator and the Views: Media in category "James D. Phelan" The following 33 files are in this category, out of 33 total. Architect and engineer () ().jpg 2, × 3,; MBCountry of citizenship: United States of America.
Abstract: The James D. Phelan Papers, (bulk ), contain materials documenting Phelan's political career as San Francisco's Mayor and a U. S. Senator, his involvement in relief efforts following the San Francisco earthquake, his business and financial activities, and his . The award alluded to in the title refers to the Joseph Henry Jackson and James Duval Phelan prizes for literature and nonfiction. Interestingly, a benefit of publishing selections originally.
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James Duval Phelan, a portrait, Saratoga, Calif.: Gallery Committee of the Montalvo Ass'n,  (OCoLC) Named Person: James Duval Phelan: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Kaucher. James Duval Phelan, a portrait, by Dorothy Kaucher (Book) Senator Phelan, Dr.
Gulick, and I by Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami (Book). PHELAN, James Duval, a Senator from California; born in San Francisco, Calif., Ap ; graduated from St.
Ignatius University, San Francisco, in ; studied law at the University of California at Berkeley; engaged in banking; mayor of San Francisco ; president of Relief and Red Cross Funds after the San Francisco earthquake disaster ; elected as a Democrat to the United. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.
This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC James Duval Phelan, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. Portrait photographs 1861-1930 book 1 photographic print.
Call Number/Physical Location BIOG FILE - Phelan, James D. (James Duval), [P&P;] Repository Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. USA. JAMES DUVAL PHELAN PAPERS (bulk ) Collection number: SF MSS 10/ This collection was donated to the San Francisco History Center in two accessions (April and December ) by Louise Melcher.
Many of the items in the collection appear to have been removed from a Size: KB. Finding aid to the James Duval Phelan Papers (bulk ) SFH SF MSS 10/ 2 Title: James Duval Phelan Papers Date (inclusive): Date (bulk): Collection Identifier: SFH SF MSS 10/ Creator: Phelan, James D., a portrait Duval), Physical Description: 12 folders( cubic feet) Contributing Institution: San Francisco History Center, San.
[phelan, james d. ] An extensive archive of correspondence and related material addressed to James D Phelan, California Senator and longtime Mayor of San Francisco. His magnificent mansion in Saratoga is now the Montalvo Art Center. It was a biography of James Duval Phelan, the former San Francisco mayor and U.S.
senator who built Villa Montalvo, the Saratoga estate that Author: Scott Herhold. Banker, philanthropist, and politician.
A wealthy mayor of San Francisco and U.S. Senator representing California, James D. Phelan (–) was also one of the leaders of the second wave of anti-Japanese agitation that culminated in the ending of Japanese immigration to the U.S.
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James Duval Phelan Literary Award Established by the trust of James D. Phelan () to "recognize the achievements of California-born artists in a variety of disciplines." According to the San Francisco Foundation, the Phelan award is now given in conjunction with the Murphy and Cadogan Awards for MFA students and also through the Bay.
Just how far should it go. Take, for example, the story of James Duval Phelan (). A multimillionaire of inherited wealth with an uncanny business acumen of his own, Phelan was always. Designed by architects William Curlett and Charles Gottschalk, Villa Montalvo in Saratoga, California, was built between – for James Duval Phelan (–), a politician, civic leader, banker, and the first U.
Senator to be elected by popular vote in California, serving between – James D. Phelan (2, words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article James Duval Phelan (Ap – August 7, ) was an American politician, civic leader and banker.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Phelan, James D. (James Duval), ; United Pages: James Duval Phelan: A Portrait, Kaucher, Dorothy. Published by Montalvo Association () James Duval Phelan: A Portrait. Dorothy Kaucher. Used. Signed. Softcover. Signed by author under printed name on title page. Book is in excellent condition, showing only faint rubbing to surfaces, modest shelving wear to corner tips and.
Biography of James Duval Phelan (Source: Online Biographies) Lake. Biography of N. Phelan (Source: Online Biographies) San Francisco.
Biography of James Duval Phelan (Source: Online Biographies) Biography of James Duval Phelan Who's Who in Finance, Banking and Insurance, (Source: Google Books) DC. WashingtonDC. PHELAN, JAMES DUVAL, a Senator from California; born in San Francisco, Calif., Ap ; graduated from St. Ignatius University, San Francisco, in ; studied law at the University of California at Berkeley; engaged in banking; mayor of San Francisco ; president of Relief and Red Cross Funds after the San Francisco earthquake disaster ; elected as a Democrat to the United.
Another distinguished Whelan was Leo Whelan, R.H.A. (), the portrait painter. In the United States, Phelans have been prominent, notably James Phelan (), Laois-born pioneer, and his son James Duval Phelan (), senator and mayor of San Francisco.
Heraldry. O'Faelan, O'Faoláin, Felan, Phelan, Whelan, Whalen (A sept.In the wake of the demoralizing destruction of the Great Earthquake and Fire of 04//, James Duval Phelan (), Bay Area philanthropist, Mayor of San Francisco, and Senator from CA, demonstrated for his contemporaries the tenacity and ambition to rebuild on the same site, and to build a second tower taller and larger than its.Villa Montalvo is an historic landmark built in by James Duval Phelan ().
Phelan, a passionate Californian who had been a three-term progressive mayor of San Francisco (), went on to become California's first popularly-elected U.S. Senator ().
Villa Montalvo was Senator Phelan's favorite home and a center of.