NAME, Years Elected to City Council
Wallace Everson served on City Council in 1874 and 1875 (President).
Wallace Everson was one of the original "freeholders" of Oakland. Everson was the president of Pacific Surety, Co, which apparently sold both "surety bonds" and "plate glass insurance."1 He was a founding member of the Athenian Club3 and a charter member of the Claremont Country Club.4
Photo of Wallace Everson's house at Filbert and Sixteenth Street, courtesy of Bancroft Library.
OTHER POSITIONS IN CITY GOVERNMENT
1880-1890 (first) Board of Prison Directors, California2
1. Relief Business Directory. Beecher & Pike: 1906.
2. Bookspan, Shelley. A Germ of Goodness. U. of Nebraska Press: 1991.
3. Alameda County: the Eden of the Pacific. Tribune Pub. Co: 1898.
4. "Wallace Everson Funeral is Held," via Fulton History.