California State Historic Landmark 80
#080 The Montgomery Block
This, San Francisco's first fireproof building, erected in 1853 by
Henry Wager Halleck, was the headquarters for many outstanding lawyers, financiers,
writer, actors, and artists. James King of William, editor of the "Bulletin" died
here after being shot by James Casey, May 14, 1856. Escaping destruction in the
fire of 1906, the building is preserved in memory of those who lived and worked
No photo exists for this site.
600 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
The plaque is located in the lobby of the Transamerica pyramid.
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