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Elks Club Balcony

Designed by architects Frederick H. Meyer and Albin R. Johnson, the Elks Lodge #3 was completed in 1924. The terra cotta clad Spanish-Gothic style building contained a swimming pool, ballroom, pool hall, and multiple floors of rooms for visiting Elks and unmarried male members. Due to the eventual deterioration of

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Columbia Masonic Hall

Occupying the same lot as the 1855 Lodge building it is modeled on, the Columbia Masonic Hall is an authentic reproduction of the Gold Rush era structure used by Columbia [Masonic] Lodge No. 28. The original building was torn down in 1890 after miners had depleted the town’s nearby gold

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Brotherhood of Man

The “Brotherhood of Man” by Anthony Stellon, was a gift from May Joseph Alioto to the City of San Francisco and was originally installed at the Martin Luther King Jr. swimming pool in the Bayview Hunters Point District. The mosaic was removed during pool renovations in 1996. The entire was

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KPIX Building

In the late 19th century, 855 Battery Street was the San Francisco headquarters for the candy and cookie manufacturer American Biscuit Company, which later became National Biscuit and renamed Nabisco. The structures comprising the plant were destroyed in 1906, and soon thereafter the present building was constructed of board-formed reinforced

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Hoover Tower

Constructed between 1939 and 1941, the 285-foot tall Hoover Tower is the tallest building on Stanford University’s campus and stands as one of its most prominent landmarks. Built to house the Herbert Hoover Library of War and Peace, the building is a steel frame structure encased in concrete with concrete

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Flood Building

The Flood building is a 12-story, 300,000-square-foot office building located in the heart of San Francisco at the intersection of Market and Powell Streets. It was one of the few buildings to survive the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, remaining an important landmark along San Francisco’s most famous commercial

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Flood Building

The Flood building is a 12-story, 300,000-square-foot office building located in the heart of San Francisco at the intersection of Market and Powell Streets. It was one of the few buildings to survive the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, remaining an important landmark along San Francisco’s most famous commercial

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