Haskell House

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This is the location where senator David Broderick was shot and killed in a duel back in 1857. Broderick is said to have not moved on and is known for pacing back and forth or reported as a shadow.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

3 Franklin St
San Francisco, CA 94123
United States

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37.80699829925987, -122.42734855426534
San Francisco County, California
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Emeryville, CA (7.9 mi.)
Tamalpais Valley, CA (8.2 mi.)


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