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GENERAL FACTS OF SENATOR PHELAN’S LIFE Born April 20, 1861 in San Francisco Graduated St. Ignatius College, San Francisco Traveled in Europe for two years and studied law at the Hastings Law School, University of California Joined banking firm of Phelan and Son President of the Bohemian Club Head of father’s business beginning Vice-President California Commission to World’s Columbian Exposition (Chicago) Chairman, Mid-Winter Fair, San Francisco President of the San Francisco Art Association San Francisco Public Library Trustee Mayor San Francisco Received Honorary Ph.D. University of Santa Clara Chairman of Relief and of Red Cross Funds following earthquake and fire Participated in Graft Prosecutions Purchased Montalvo acreage Supervised building of Villa Montalvo Commissioner to Europe for Panama-Pacific Exposition United States Senator World Tour Participated in San Francisco’s Golden Jubilee Member of Recreation and Parks Commission (President of Commission in 1929) Died August 7, 1930 at Villa Montalvo. Interment in Holy Cross Cematery, San Mateo, CA., in the Phelan Family mausoleum Clubs: Bohemian, Olympic, University and Pacific Union in San Francisco Chevy Chase and Racquet in Washington, D. C. Bankers’ and Metropolitan in New York 1881 1881 - 1884 1884 1891 - 1892 1892 1893 1894 1894 - 1895 1895 - 1896 1905 - 1917 1897 - 1902 1903 1906 1906 - 1909 1911 1912 1913 1915 - 1921 1921 - 1922 1925 1926 - 1930