Fine Images and Documents
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20222 John Sutter  Californian pioneer known for his
association with the Gold Rush as the owner of
Sutter's Mill, where gold was first discovered by
James W. Marshall. Printed invitation to a gold rush
lecture, boldly signed at the conclusion in ink, "J. A.
Sutter," one page, 4.75 x 8, April 4, 1866. In full: "At
the invitation of the Senators, Representatives, and
others from the Pacific States and Territories, Mr.
Edward E. Dunbar will deliver his address on The
Discovery of Gold in California—its antecedents and
results, at Metzeroff Hall, on Friday Evening, 6th
inst., at 8 o'clock. The honor of your attendance is
requested." In fine condition, with creasing and a
light stain to the upper left corner tip.  Bold
Signature. $2,750