Lot 16 of 305:
Auction catalog for San Francisco land 1914  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$480
Estimate:
$800 - $1,200

Title:
The property owners of San Francisco offer you this phenomenal opportunity: half a hundred pieces of improved and unimproved property in the City and County of San Francisco at public auction Wednesday, May 20th, 1914, Thursday, May 21st, 1914 commencing at 1:30 P.M. each day, Red Room, Palace Hotel ...

Author:
Curtis, Edward, auctioneer

Place:
San Francisco

Publisher:
Colonial Press

Date:
1914

Description:
[16] pp. incl. self-wrappers. Printed in red. Illustrations from photographs & sketch maps. 31x23.5 cm. (12¼x9¼"). Rare auction catalog for houses, buildings, and land in San Francisco, as the City had been largely rebuilt following the devastation of the earthquake and fire of 1906. The property ranges from "A Fine Location for Small Apartment House in Very Choice District" (Sutter Street between Leavenworth and Hyde) to the Princess Theatre, "well known to all San Franciscans and housed the most important amusements for the two years following the fire," on Ellis between Fillmore and Steiner. Also for sale is the Beresford Hotel; Valencia Theatre; "Two nice flats just south of Park Panhandle - Ashbury Heights"; and more. Some 51 properties were offered. A very significant feature of this copy of the catalog is the selling prices that have been penciled in next to many of the lots, which were fairly strong. As a legend on the rear wrapper reads: "San Francisco Grows and Grows in Spite of it All." OCLC/WorldCat lists only the copy at the University of California, Berkeley.

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Condition:
Mild horizontal creasing and other light wear; very good.


 
Item number:
213534
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