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Francis Kittredge Shattuck, born in New York, was one of the adventurous gold seekers who headed for the Mother Lode shortly after the cry "Gold Discovered in California" rang across the land. Along with William Hillegass was George Blake, he acquired a considerable amount of real estate, some of which encompasses the site of the University of California Campus and much of the present business district. In 1868 Francis Kittredge Shattuck built a Victorian estate on the west side of Shattuck Avenue. Subsequently, part of the Shattuck property was donated as the site of the Berkeley Public Library.
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