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A sign that caught my eye at Fort MAson. It reads:
Haskell House Originally occupied by Leonidas Haskell whose friend U.S. Senator David Broderick died here after his duel with Justice David Terry in 1859.
A senator gunned down by a judge? Craziness.
That unfortunately is all I have of Fort Mason right now. There are more pics, but I haven't scanned them yet. Back to the beginning.