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Circa 1914 Like Solomon’s temple of old, for seven years Stanford University toiled to build a magnificent group of buildings planned by the Founders: the Chemistry Building, Gymnasium, Library, and the adjacent Leland Stanford Junior Museum.
The San Francisco quake of April 1906, heavily damaged these neoclassical monuments.
Benjamin Cribari, the founder, first immigrated to America in 1899 from Cosenza, Italy.
In 1903 the family moved from Colorado to California and the next year acquired forty acres of land in Paradise Valley, in the foothills of southern Santa Clara County where the first vines were planted.
PALCO was founded as a logging camp in 1863 when the town was called Forestville, and within 30 years was the largest company in Humboldt County.
The oldest buildings in San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square were already standing in 1893 when Domingo Ghirardelli’s sons purchased the entire block of property to use as the headquarters for their father’s successful chocolate business.
From 1899 to 1915 the Ghirardelli family continued to add four more buildings; the Chocolate Building, the Cocoa Building, the Clock Tower, and the Power House.
They tripled the Old Growth Redwood cut, prompting activists to camp up in some of the old growth trees to save them.
Long story shortened, by 2007 Maxaam drove PALCO into bankruptcy and devastated one of Americas greatest Lumber Companies.