Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses - apartment houses

Designers: [unspecified]

Dates: [unspecified]

2960 Divisadero Street
Cow Hollow, San Francisco, CA 94123

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In 1930, William Pigott, Jr., (1895-1947), his wife, Bertine, their son, William III, and a servant, Hilda Lofgren, lived in a rented dwelling at 2960 Divisadero Street in San Francisco, CA. Pigott was the son of William Pigott, Sr., (1860-1929), the founder of the Seattle Steel Company (founded 1903), the Railway Steel and Supply Company (1905), and other businesses. Railway Steel and Supply would develop into PACCAR, Incorporated, one of the world's largest manufacturers of trucks. Two other families lived at this address in 1930: that of Hart N. Weaver (born c. 1888 in KS), an insurance executive, and his family, and John R. Hayden (born c. 1871 in IL), a railroad company executive and his family. Pigott, Weaver and Hayden paid $160, $150 and $180 per month in rent respectively.

PCAD id: 17683