Lot 59 of 435:
Architectural drawings for San Francisco building  

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Archive of nine original architectural drawings for renovations to the building at Post and Mason streets in San Francisco
Heiman, S., architect
San Francisco

Pencil on thin paper. Various sizes, the largest about 81x71 cm (32x28"). Also included are two photostatic reproductions of drawings of the buildings, and a 12-page typed booklet of specifications for plastering the exterior of the building. 

The landmark San Francisco building, on the southwest corner of the intersection of Post and Mason streets, just off Union Square, was owned by William M. Cranston, father of future U.S. Senator Alan M. Cranston.

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Some creasing, wear at edges, overall very good.
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