Part 2 of 4, Memory of Murder

Through the 1950s the Double Murder, or Murder/Suicide, and the ‘Houseboy’ Filled the Chronicle’s Front Page. But for Anne Hoffman the pain of injustice was fresh as the day.

Anne Hoffman, left, and friends at China Camp State Park, San Rafael

Bart Caritativo had come to the United States in 1926 from San Jose, a city in the Philippines. He had a wife and child…

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Camille Cusumano

Camille Cusumano

Author(ity) in/on San Francisco. Novel, essay, memoir. Teaches tango. Travel, outdoors, culture. Former editor at VIA Mag.

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