Riverside, CA | Dosan came to Riverside in 1904 after organizing the first Korean community in San Francisco, where he formed the Chinmokhoe-Friendship Society. This picture is Dosan, Helen Ahn, and Philip Ahn with the Korean National Association at the Pachappa Labor Camp in Riverside. Pachappa was a Chinese railroad workers compound taken over by Koreans in 1905. A few years later in 1913, there was a deep freeze in Southern California damaging the regional agriculture industry. There was no work for Koreans in the orchards, so many moved to Los Angeles. Dosan moved to L.A. ending up in the house where his daughter, Susan Ahn Cuddy, was born at 1411 West Fourth Street off Lucas, two blocks from the Good Samaritan Hospital.