On some, on the letterhead, it will say, Dashiell Hammett, Knickerbocker, San Francisco, California.
The last time he saw her was at lunch at the Knickerbocker Club in September 2001.
Knickerbocker SKD also happens to have another client—the Rev. Al Sharpton, with whom Kennedy just had a media-event lunch.
"descendant of Dutch settlers of New York," 1831, from Diedrich Knickerbocker, the name under which Washington Irving published his popular "History of New York" (1809). The pen-name was borrowed from Irving's friend Herman Knickerbocker, and literally means "toy marble-baker."