Cliff House, San Francisco, San Francisco County, California

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  • Page 347

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    Sept 12 1872 to visit the City. We visited the Merchants Library contained 33000 volums. We visited the Williamette Woollen Manufact- uring Co goods, & the Merchants Exchange, Chamber of Commerse. San Francisco is a vary fine place. The City looks as though it was 100 years old instead of 20. It contains 175000 Inhabitants & a vast amount of wealth Expended in building it up. We visited the Chineese part of the City Their God Josh, with their Eternal fires burning, we saw them ingaged in their various persuits they ...
    Dates:
    September 13, 1872
  • Page 371

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    June 13, 1891 ~ Saturday June 13, 1891 I spent the day at the farm in the Garden June 14, 1891 ~ Sunday 14. Sunday I visited Bishop MCCray. He was in a dying condition I laid Hands upon him & Blessed him June 15, 1891 ~ Monday 15 I signed 15 Recommends I receivd 6 Letters I met with the Z.C.M.I. Board June 16, 1891 ~ Tuesday 16 ...
    Dates:
    June 13, 1891 June 14, 1891 June 15, 1891 June 16, 1891 June 17, 1891 June 18, 1891 June 19, 1891 June 20, 1891 June 21, 1891 June 22, 1891
  • Page 372

    Part of Journal (January 1886 – December 1892)

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    June 22, 1891 chairs on the EWest side of the House to look through our glasses to several hundred Sea Lions would weigh from 500 lb. to 2000 lbs while looking at them A Grampus Whale appeared about 400 yards from us we judged He was 50 feet long his tail about 10 feet from tip to tip we watched him for about one hour we then took car & returned to the palace Hotel & had an interview with Judge
    Dates:
    June 22, 1891 June 23, 1891 June 24, 1891 June 25, 1891
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young from George Q. Cannon and Wilford Woodruff, 14 September 1872

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    the day had been well employed. In speaking about it Brother Geo. a. said that he had done more walking in San Fran- cisco that day than he had at New York all the time he was there. This climate is of such a na- ture that a healthy per- son can perform more labor without fatigue than he can in a warmer or colder climate. Yesterday we started out early to the Cliff House, where we had a view of the