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Noble Chapel

Noble Chapel is thought to be the first building designed by T. Patterson Ross, an architect of notable significance in the Bay Area who designed over 200 building over the course of his career. The most notable and recognized of those buildings include the Sing Chong and Sing Fat buildings

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Garfield Monument

The Garfield Monument, erected in 1884, dignifies a prominent knoll at the east entrance of Golden Gate Park adjacent to the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers. The base of the structure is composed of monolithic granite stones supporting a central polished granite shaft surmounted by a life-size statue of President

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Mission San Luis Rey

Constructed in 1812, Mission San Luis Rey was the 18th of the twenty-one missions founded in California. With the exception of several restoration episodes in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the majority of the adobe structure and architectural features are original. ARG Conservation Services was retained by Old Mission

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Portals of the Past

Railroad tycoon A.N. Towne built his mansion atop Nob Hill, where all but the facade was destroyed after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire. The building’s entry portico was moved from its original location to its present resting grounds in Golden Gate Park, where it stands as a symbol

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Mission San Juan Capistrano

Mission San Juan Capistrano, founded in 1776, is the seventh mission established by the Spanish Franciscan friars in Alta California. As the mission moved through different phases of expansion, abandonment, revival, and development, the buildings underwent changes in materials and configuration, suffered deterioration and ruin, and were maintained and preserved

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