|Joshua Tree National Park|
|Wig Wam Motel, Historic Route 66, San Bernardino, California|
Rose moved to San Francisco in 1908 (age 22) and the city opened up opportunities for her writing career. Rose also married Gilette Lane in San Francisco, but the relationship ended in 1915.
I have posted before about William Anderson's, Little House Guidebook (which is an excellent book if you are planning a LHP tour), but if you want to learn more about Rose, Trini L. Wenninger's Rose Wilder's Lane's San Francisco is an excellent source. The guidebook is just 50 pages and a quick read identifying those spots in San Francisco that have a connection to Rose.
|1019B Vallejo Street|
|1644 Taylor Street|