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Holy Cross Cemetery. The under ground vault of Patrick Crowley. He was Chief of Police of San Francisco from 1866
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Cook (Jesse Brown) Scrapbooks Documenting San Francisco History and Law Enforcement, ca. 1895-1936
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Holy Cross Cemetery. The under ground vault of Patrick Crowley. He was Chief of Police of San Francisco from 1866 to 1873 and again from 1880 to 1897 when he was pensioned. He was one of the early pioneers of this city. In his young days he pulled a boat on the water front for the ship captains. Later he was elected Constable & from that to Chief of Police, when the New Constitution came in to effect he was again appointed Chief of Police for the 2nd time. I served under him for 10 years and our commissioners were Hammond, Alvord & Tobin. Later Burn to Hammond's place when he died & Gunst to Burns place when he resigned. May 10th 1929.
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http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/tf3z09p23t
BANC PIC 1996.003:Volume 28:163b--fALB
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