Blanch Haggin



Blanche (Butterworth) Haggin (1855-1915) was the daughter of Samuel Fowler Butterworth (1811-1875), an attorney who was President of the Quicksilver Mining Company of New York then moved to California to become General Manager of the New Almaden Mine, extracting mercury from cinnabar ore for use by gold miners. Blanche was a prominent San Francisco socialite when she married Louis Terah Haggin (1847-1929), son of a wealthy mining investor and businessman, in 1873. They established residences in San Francisco and Paris, alternately living in the two cities where they entertained writers, artists and European nobility. In the 1890s they moved to New York to better manage their business interests there.

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