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A sentiment in a minor key

The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco is out of the way now, sandwiched between The Presidio military barracks and a residential neighbourhood. It was out on the edge because it it sits on what used to be the swampy 635 acre home of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (“The Innocent Fair”). There’s little left to see of the buildings that made up the expo, but it was well-documented – here’s a good glimpse showing the Palace in construction.

19.06.14 in buildings heritage

New Orleans slays the 20th Century

“If something isn’t from the 19th Century, it has no necessity for preservation.”

28.05.11 in heritage 

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The '60s is now a long time ago

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CENTURY PLAZAMINORU YAMASAKI 1966, L.A. – TO BE DEMOLISHED

14.10.09 in heritage 

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