2 New Montgomery St.,
San Francisco, California
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The Palace Hotel or the Sheraton Palace Hotel, a Starwood property is the oldest hotel in San Francisco. Although it was opened in 1875, the original building was destroyed by fire after the 1906 earthquake. The current building was build in 1909.
This hotel is best known, however, for the death of President Warren G Harding in 1923.
- San Francisco Bizarro (2000) by Boulware, Jack, p: 189
- Strange But True San Francisco (2005) by Montanarelli, Lisa and Ann Harrison, p: 127
- Haunted Northern California (2009) by Stansfield Jr, Charles A, p: 13 - 14
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