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Lawyers and Poetry

Ernest Carl Klette

(1874- )

Ernest Klette was born in Montreal, Canada, on July 17, 1874. He moved with his family at age two, to Fresno, California. He attended attended Stanford University from 1902 to 1905. He was a jurist, author, historian, poet, and lawyer. Judge Klette served on the Superior Court, Fresno Count.

[We find an article on Klette in the Fresno Bee, Nov. 5, 1939, p. 54 (from which some of the above information was gathered) but it is not clearly labeled an obituary.]


Ernest Klette, The Legend of Yosemite and Other Poems (Los Angeles, California: Wetzel, 1929)


Ernest Klette, The Gold of Fiddler's Gultch (Los Angeles, California: Overland-Outwest Publications, 1933)

__________, The Crimson Trail of Joaquin Murieta (Los Angeles: Wetzel Pub. Co., 1928)