According to some of my older postings, the area around Old New Utrecht Road, 37th Streets an 13th Avenue in Brooklyn is rich in Brooklyn and transit history. At this area, where the Culver Line ran on the surface and the Church Avenue trolley passed through, a Nassau Electric streetcar shop once existed. In the map below, I believe from 1884 shows the general area. To the right, you see where Church Avenue (Lane) begins and I posted a picture from there a few days ago. It seems that an early Brooklyn Rapid Transit Shop was located at the 37th Street and 13th Avenue intersection. The former "Lumber Yard" which was a Nassau - Electric shop appears to not have been built yet in 1884 at 36th Street and Old New Utrecht Road. Incidentally, this area is at the intersection of two great Brooklyn Street grids: Namely the Flatbush east street grid and the Brooklyn grid with numbered avenues and streets with no prefixes. Notice the streets that end at 36th Street, namely Story Street, Louisa Street, Clara Street, Tehema Street and Minna Street. These streets form a triangle between the two great street systems near Greenwood Cemetery. See map below. Who are these persons? Story was probably a land owner and he named the four streets after development after his daughters.
It just so happens that several months ago, I looked at a downtown San Francisco map and I observed that three of sisters are present as named streets. The streets are not adjacent or major streets, but narrow streets like in Brooklyn: These streets are east from Market: Minna, Tehema and Clara Street, in the same order as in Brooklyn, but Louisa Street is missing. Was Story connected with San Francisco?