Title abstract for lot on east side of Walter St. near 14th Street, San Francisco
City Abstract Company was formed in San Francisco in 1899.
Jeremiah V. Hollinsead was born in Kentucky and, by 1852, had settled in San Francisco. John Nobili was an Italian Jesuit
who came to California in 1849 and founded Santa Clara College at the Mission Santa Clara in 1851. Belgian Louis Joseph Fontaine
became a priest in 1849. Father Flavian Fontaine arrived in San Francisco in October 1850 and was pastor at Mission Dolores
until August 1853. In 1852 he opened a school slightly north of the Mission, on Walter St. between 14th St. and Duboce Ave.
The school was later taken over by Santa Clara College. William C. Spiegel was a professional sign painter.
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