Family Tradition

Great-Great Grandpa, 1869 before he headed west to San Francisco.


In 1869, the Trans Continental Railroad was finished and connected. Great-Great Grandpa high tailed it out of Europe west to San Francisco the following year. He had his tailoring shop setup  in SF by 1874. Among  thethings he made were butcher aprons. Above photo from The New York Times Photo Archives



Great-Grandpa (son-in-law of above GGP) in his tailoring shop, 1885 in downtown San Francisco.

These 2 family pictures survived the 1906 SF earthquake & fire.


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