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CATALINA In The Movies
By Lee Rosenthal
Soft Cover, 100 Pages.
The colorful story of how William Wrigley, Jr., owner of Catalina Island, created a movie-making enterprise on the island in the 1920s and 1930s. And the Hollywood celebrities who came to work and stayed to play. A catalog of over 270 movies shot  in part or in total on Catalina, many rare production photos. A must have for movie lovers and lovers of Catalina, The Magic Isle.

Price: $15.00
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SAUSALITO, Moments in Time
By Jack Tracy
Hard Cover Centennial Edition, 186 Pages.
Pictorial history of Sausalito during its first century, from 1850 to 1950.

Price $35.00
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Victorian Classics of San Francisco
Introduction by Alex Brammer
Hard Cover, First Edition, Third Printing.
A fabulous reprint of the 1888 book "Artistic Homes of California," with original text plus added commentary.
Complete descriptions of the best examples of Victorian architecture of San Francisco.

Price: $35.00
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Rincon Hill & South Park
By Albert Shumate
Hard Cover, First Edition, Fifth Printing,124 Pages.
OUT OF PRINT
A photographic essay of San Francisco's early fashionable residential neighborhood.

Price: $35.00
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A Pacific Legacy: A Century of Maritime Photography, 1850-1950
By Wayne Bonnett. Photographs from the Museum Archives of the San Francisco Maritime National historical Park. A Pacific Legacy was first published in 1991 by Chronicle Books and is now out of print. We have made a few copies of this hard-to-find first-edition book available to our customers. It is a remarkable treasury of Pacific Coast maritime photographs from the California Gold Rush era through the founding and explosive growth of the great seaports on San Francisco Bay and Puget Sound, the Columbia River region, and Southern California.

Price: $35.00
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Isaiah West Taber: A Photographic Legacy
By Wayne Bonnett
Hard Cover, First Edition, 168 Pages. Isaiah West Taber was one of California's most prolific and outstanding photographers of the nineteenth century. A combination of rare museum-quality photographs and the remarkable story of Taber himself, from his arrival in San Francisco during the Gold Rush, to the loss of his glass negatives in the 1906 earthquake and fire.

Price: $45.00
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