History San Jose starts emergency relief fund after devastating fire

A San Jose Fire Department arson investigator takes photos at History Park in San Jose of the Nelson-DeLuz house, which was destroyed in a fire Sunday, March 12, 2023. (Sal Pizarro/Bay Area News Group)

History San Jose CEO Bill Schroh Jr. says the nonprofit started an emergency relief fund in the wake of last Sunday’s devastating fire, which destroyed the historic Nelson-DeLuz house and damaged two other buildings.

“We appreciate the outpouring of concern we have received and our hearts go out to the staff, volunteers, and community members who hold fond memories and personal connections to the Nelson-DeLuz House,” he said.


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