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Print view of the Marin County Courthouse #3, San Rafael, c. 1873; from the Library of Congress, Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) Cal 1131-9 Print view of the Merchants Exchange Building #1, San Francisco, c. 1862; from ecv1841.com Print view of the Odd Fellows Hall #1, San Francisco, c. 1884; from Industries of San Francisco, Fred H. Hackett, ed., frontispiece Print view of the Seattle City Hall #1, Seattle, c. 1882. From the Seattle Municipal Archives.gov, "Seattle City Halls," Program from Cordray's New Theatre, 06/01/1891; from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, Pamphlet and Textual Documents Collection Program from Cordray's Theatre, 12/07-13/1891; from the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections Division, Pamphlet and Textual Documents Collection Proposed view of the Grandin Building (left), University Street Glass Arcade, and Metropolitan Theatre Building (right), unbuilt, Seattle, 1910; from "Metropolitan Company's Plan for New Theatre," Seattle Daily Times, 06/08/1910, p. 1 Proximity of the Carl's Jr. #1 to Saint Boniface Church, Anaheim, 2017, from Google Maps/Street View Published page from unknown serial, Central School, Riverside, c. 1897; from the Art Institute of Chicago, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries Rail schdule as published in the Los Angeles Times, 07/17/1886, p. 0_3 Rainier Club, Seattle Rainier Tower, Seattle, WA Rainier Tower, Seattle, WA Rainier Tower, Seattle, WA Real estate map location of the Hotel Balboa (circled), Los Angeles, 1921. From George W. Baist, Baist's Real Estate Atlas Surveys of Los Angeles, 1921, (Philadelphia: G.W. Baist, 1921), Plate #8 Real estate map location of the Pacific Ammonia and Chemical Company Factory (circled), Seattle, 1912; from George William Baist, Baist's Real Estate Atlas Surveys of Seattle, Washington, Complete, Map #12, (Philadelphia: Baist Map Company, 1912) Real estate map showing location of the Orpheum Theatre #3 (center), Seattle, WA, 1908. From Baist's Real Estate Atlas of Surveys of Seattle, Wash. 1908, (Philadelphia: G.W. Baist), sheet 2R Reconstruction drawing of the Palace of Sargon II, Dur-Sharrukin, Assyria, c. 722-705 BCE; from Wikimedia Commons, photo from Perrot and Chipiez, Histoire de l'art dans l'antiquité, p. 445-446 Red Lion on Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA Red Lion on Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA Relative plan locations of Chutes Park/Washington Park #1 (1900) and Washington Park #2 (1911), Los Angeles; from Wikimedia Commons, "Washington Park (Los Angeles)" Rendering of the Robert Zech House, Mercer Island, WA, c. 1956. From the University of Washington Libraries, Special Collection Division Reverse of the postcard for the New Hotel Federal, San Diego, c. 1915; from the author's collection Robert C. Reamer's autograph on this Workd War I draft registration card, Seattle, WA, 1918. From Ancestry.com, Source Citation Registration State: Washington; Registration County: King; Roll: 1991895; Draft Board: 06, accessed 06/28/2019 Robinson's Department Store, Palm Springs
Robinson's Department Store, Palm Springs Roosevelt Hotel, Seattle, WA Roosevelt Hotel, Seattle, WA Route map of Los Angeles Electric Railways, 1906, published by the Travel and Hotel Bureau, Los Angeles, 1906; from the Library of Congress Route map of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, 1922; from the Urban Decay Blog Route of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, Seattle, 2018; from Google Maps/Street View Safeco Building, University District, Seattle, WA Saint Joseph Catholic Church Rectory, Seattle, WA Sales Pamphlet for the Olive Tower Apartments, Seattle, WA, c. 1928; UW Libraries, Special Collections Division Sampling of Gaynor's residential work, New York State, c. 1862; from the Library of Congress Sanborn map floor plans of the houses at 325 (top), 333 (middle) and 339 (bottom) South Bunker Hill Avenue, Los Angeles, 1888 (left) and 1906 (right); from Christina Hill, On Bunker Hill.org, "The Salt Box – 339 South Bunker Hill Avenue," published 09/22/2008 Sanborn map of the Coliseum Theatre, San Francisco, c. 1995; from the City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco Property Information Map Sanborn map of the Columbus City Water Works Pumping House and Electric Light Station, Columbus, IN, 1906; from Sanborn Fire Insurance Company, Columbus, IN, Map, 1906, map #23; map digitized by the University of Indiana Libraries, Union List of Sanborn Maps Sanborn Map of the McChesney School, Oakland, CA, 1925. From "Edna Brewer Middle School," Oakland Wiki.org Sanborn map plans of the house at 325 South Bunker Hill Avenue in 1888 and 1894; from Christina Rice, "The Castle -- 325 S. Bunker Hill Avenue," On Bunker Hill.org Sanborn site map of the Durant Motors Company-General Motors Assembly Plant, Oakland, c. 1940; from "Durant Motors," Oakland Wiki.com San Francisco Call newspaper article announcing the demolition of Platt's Hall, San Francisco, 1890. From "Platt's Hall," San Francisco Call, 09/06/1890, p. 3. San Francisco Call newspaper article on the opening of the Orpheum Theatre #3, San Francisco, 1909; from the Walter Anthony, "Orpheum Opens in Tumult of Enthusiasm," San Francisco Call, vol. 105, no. 141, 04/20/1909, p. 21 San Francisco City Plan, 1905, by D.H. Burnham and Edward H. Bennett, Sr; from Wikimedia.org Santa Fe Federal Savings, Palm Springs Santa Fe Federal Savings, Palm Springs Santa Fe Federal Savings, Palm Springs Satellite image of the Corona Avenue School, Bell, CA, c. 2019. From Google Maps/Street View Satellite view (center) of the United Methodist Church (above) / Grace Presbyterian Church (below), Madera, CA, c. 2019. From Google Maps/Street View Satellite view of California Plaza, with 1 California Plaza (upper left center), 2 California Plaza (lower left) and the site of 3 California Plaza (green space center), Los Angeles, CA, c. 2019. From Google Maps/Street View
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