Business and club life in San Francisco, recollections of a California pioneer scion
and related material
Norman Loyall McLaren ; tape recorded interview conducted by Gabrielle Morris and Ruth Teiser in 1977. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1978 :
Published 1977 .
About the Book
Information on the Ashe family, California pioneers, and his aunt, Elizabeth Ashe and her Telegraph Hill Neighborhood House; student days at University of California, Berkeley, class of 1914; growth of accounting firm started by his father and eventual merger with Haskins and Sells; involvement in corporate and charitable boards; club memberships, including presidency of Pacific Union Club and Bohemian Club; government appointments, including Navy Price Adjustment Board in World War II, treasurer of UN Conference Committee, San Francisco, and accounting advisor to U.S. delegation, Allied Commission on Reparations, 1945; professional societies; alumni activities; etc.
With this: one box of additional documentary material, including letters from Dwight D. Eisenhower; autobiographical sketch written for the Irvine Co.; transcript of his oral history interview done for the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library; copies of his speeches; clippings; material relating to the Irvine Co.; Also: portions of his oral history previously under seal.
The Physical Object
|Pagination||, x, 297 p. ; 1 sound tape reel :|
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