Nothing Seemed Impossible: William C. Ralston and Early San Francisco.

By: David Lavender (1910-2003).

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Series: Western Biography Series, No. 5. 8vo. 9 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches. (416) pp. Frontispiece portrait of Ralston, black-and-white illustrations throughout, bibliography, index; text clean, unmarked. Gilt-titled blue cloth, dust jacket in archival mylar; binding square and tight, light shelf wear, dust jacket with minor chipping and shelf wear. INSCRIBED by author on front free end paper. Very Good. William C. Ralston was an American businessman and financier. He got rich from Nevada's Comstock Lode and, among his many businesses and entrepreneurial ventures, founded the Bank of California. David Lavender tells the joint history of Ralston and the early days of San Francisco, where Ralston made his home.

Title: Nothing Seemed Impossible: William C. Ralston and Early San Francisco.

Author Name: David Lavender (1910-2003).

Categories: Western Americana, California History, State & Local, Biography & Autobiography, Biography, California Local History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Palo Alto, CA:, American West Publishing Company,: 1975

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Type: Hardcover

Seller ID: GY815-193

Keywords: Nothing Seemed Impossible William C Ralston and Early San Francisco, David Lavender, Bank of California, San Francisco, California History, California Local History, Nevada Comstock Lode, Western Americana