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'''The Koshland Mansion in Pacific Heights, built as a copy of Petite Trinion by the mother of Daniel Koshland.''' Mrs. Koshland's husband was a wool merchant. Dan Koshland joined Walter Haas Sr. in the late 1920s at [[LEVI's, Too?!?|Levi's]]. They were brother's-in-law and first cousins.
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'''The Koshland Mansion in Pacific Heights, built as a copy of Petite Trianon by the mother of Daniel Koshland.''' Mrs. Koshland's husband was a wool merchant. Dan Koshland joined Walter Haas Sr. in the late 1920s at [[LEVI's, Too?!?|Levi's]]. They were brother's-in-law and first cousins.
  
 
''Photo: Chris Carlsson''
 
''Photo: Chris Carlsson''

Latest revision as of 21:18, 12 November 2019

Unfinished History

Jewishsf$the-koshland-mansion.jpg

The Koshland Mansion in Pacific Heights, built as a copy of Petite Trianon by the mother of Daniel Koshland. Mrs. Koshland's husband was a wool merchant. Dan Koshland joined Walter Haas Sr. in the late 1920s at Levi's. They were brother's-in-law and first cousins.

Photo: Chris Carlsson


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