Visit the Land of Golden Dreams at the Huntington Library
Land of Golden Dreams
See the Exhibition at the Huntington
A major special exhibition of the original manuscripts, drawings, letters, paintings, books, and diaries shown in this online exhibitionas well as many other pieces from our splendid Gold Rush collectionwill be on display at the Huntington Library through September 10, 2000.
Showcased in the Library's Main Exhibition Hall, the exhibit pays particular attention to the many dreams inspired by the discovery of California's golden riches. The Huntington is particularly fortunate to have an extensive collection of original documents written by many different men and women who came seeking a golden reward. Among the treasures on display are:
Historical artifacts were loaned through the generous assistance of the Historical Services Department of Wells Fargo Bank, Martha and Roy Tolles of San Marino, California, and Mrs. Ellen Ellis of Pasadena, California.
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