Triangular in shape, it housed the New York Suspender Factory and the California Ice Company. It has associated with the commercial and financial development of Downtown.
When she left the jail after visiting Goucher Saturday, she called the house "to ask someone to pick me up".
Stockton Police traced the call and arrested her at a phone booth.
Around 1973, Fromme started work on an extensive 600-page book about The Family, including intricate drawings and photos; other Family members had contributed to it as well.
Fromme sent it to every publisher she knew, but after discussing the matter with Clem Grogan, she decided the project was too incriminating, and it was dropped.
The Sonoma County coroner's office concluded that James Willett was killed sometime in September 1972 although his body was not found until the beginning of November 1972. Richard Whiteman went to the house and, when he was refused entry, forced his way in.
He had been buried near Guerneville, Sonoma County. All the persons subsequently arrested were in the house except for Fromme.
Young designed this 1925 Classical Revival style building; it helps document the history of the Japanese American community; a mixed-use building of apartments over stores; features formal symmetric facade, brick pilasters, and a major elevation organized into three horizontal zones.
The Victorian-era Flatiron style building was built in 1889 for Charles Raphael, a Los Angeles businessman. Haley were architects; housed the Los Angeles County Engineer Department for many years. This 1922 Beaux-Arts style building was constructed for the real estate firm of Dunn & Williams of San Francisco; sold in 1924 to real estate entrepreneurs John and Adolph Spreckels.
It is not known what ultimately happened to the book.
To follow through with Manson's deal with the Aryan Brotherhood, Fromme moved to Stockton, California, with Family member Nancy Pitman and a friend named Priscilla Cooper, and a pair of ex-convict Aryan Brotherhood members named Michael Monfort and James Craig.
That's why Charlie is in jail." Fromme stated that she took a bus from Los Angeles to Stockton on Friday, November 10, 1972, to visit Goucher, whom she described as "a brother".