Dan Peterson, 1937-2013

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Dan Peterson

The co-author, with his wife and business partner, Geraldine "Gerrie Mann" Peterson, of two often-referenced books on Santa Rosa's and Petaluma's architectural heritage lived with cancer the past four years. From the mid-1960s to the mid-'70s, Peterson worked at Santa Rosa's Fruiht-Tomasi Architects as a staff architect and then partner. Igniting his interest in historical architecture was his leadership of an effort to save Mableton/the McDonald Mansion by dividing its valuable plot of land and constructing around it five beautifully designed homes. Peterson and his wife had lived in Santa Rosa for 22 years when they relocated to Point Richmond in 1985. He took on restoration projects and historical-building studies throughout the state.

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