San Francisco, CA: Building Review Company, 1923. First edition. Cloth over Boards. Quarto, about pp. 400. Illustrated with b/w specification drawings and full page b/w photographic plates. Trade advertisements throughout. Mild ex-library. Good; slight bend to bottom right corner of cover; soiled cover; text block very good. Item #19699
An interesting assortment of articles focused on California architecture, including a series on small Western homes; the work of Allison & Allison architects; school architecture; school kitchens; the problems and importance of city surveying; Heway Terrace in San Francisco; industrial development; work by Lewis P. Hobart; a new building for George Tay Company, a mercantile firm in San Francisco; conditions in the common brick industry, and much more. Hundreds of photographs illustrate the articles. A valuable resource for anyone interested in California architecture in the 1920s.