Frank Morton Todd (1871-1940). Born in San Francisco, Frank Morton Todd attended the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a degree in political science in 1894, as well as being the editor of the Blue & Gold. In the same year, he married Margaret Augusta Woodall. Todd then received a law degree from Harvard. He worked as editor for the Chicago Daily Journal (1897-1900), the SF Merchants Association Review (1901-1911), the SF Chamber of Commerce Journal (1911-1913), Berkeley Argonaut (1922-1924) and the SF Bulletin 1926. He also was historian for the Pan Pacific International Exposition in 1917-18.
This is volume three of five concerning the history of the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition held in San Francisco. The Exposition was a World’s Fair held to honor of the completion of the Panama Canal and the discovery by Balboa of the Pacific Ocean.