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Chambliss diary, or, Society as it really is

Autor: William H Chambliss; Laura E Foster
Editorial: New York : Chambliss & Co., 1895.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Biografía : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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William H. Chambliss (b. 1865), a Mississippian, came to California as a member of the crew of the U.S. Essex in 1886 and made San Francisco his home base for the next five years as he shipped out on a succession of merchant vessels. He then tried to make his way in the city in advertising. Chambliss' diary (1895) describes his years at sea and voyages to Japan, China, Australia, Hawaii, and other Pacific ports of  Leer más
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Chambliss, William H., b. 1865.
Chambliss diary, or, Society as it really is.
New York : Chambliss & Co., 1895
(OCoLC)759071688
Persona designada: William H Chambliss; William H Chambliss
Tipo de material: Biografía, Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet
Todos autores / colaboradores: William H Chambliss; Laura E Foster
Número OCLC: 6525561
Notas: Largely devoted to the author's views of society in San Francisco and elsewhere, with a narrative of travels in various parts of the world.
Descripción: xiv, 408 p. : ill., plates, ports. front. ; 19 cm.
Otros títulos: Society as it really is
Responsabilidad: by William H. Chambliss ; fully illustrated with over fifty copper-plate half-tones and photo-engravings, including twenty-five society pictures by Laura E. Foster.

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William H. Chambliss (b. 1865), a Mississippian, came to California as a member of the crew of the U.S. Essex in 1886 and made San Francisco his home base for the next five years as he shipped out on a succession of merchant vessels. He then tried to make his way in the city in advertising. Chambliss' diary (1895) describes his years at sea and voyages to Japan, China, Australia, Hawaii, and other Pacific ports of call as well as his life as a San Francisco man-about-town. The book consists largely of gossip and scurrilous rumors about leaders of San Francisco's "parvenucracy" of the late 1880s and 1890s: the Crockers and De Youngs and less-well-known pretentious upstarts, cardsharps and gambling hustlers, and society publicists like E.M. Greenway.

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