James D. Phelan (1861-1930), San Francisco, acquired directly from the above.
By whom gifted to the present owner, 17 February 1906.
Property from a West Coast Institution
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Another Gift to the Park,' The San Francisco Call, 19 February 1906, p. 9.
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Stockton, CA, Raymond College, University of the Pacific, April 1964.