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In 1919 We Had a Flu Too

In San Francisco, Many Answered The Call Source: PBA Galleries Mrs. Annie Rolph, organized a group of volunteers to sew masks which they then sold to residents of the outer Mission, so that those neighbors would’t have to go downtown. These ladies donated all proceeds to their local Red Cross. Meanwhile, at the Ferry Building …

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Five Artworks of Marin County By Kathleen Lipinski

Mt. Tamalpais at Sunset Kathleen Lipinski (American, b. 1950). Mt. Tamalpais at Sunset. Oil on canvas. Signed ‘Lipinski’ lower right. Measures 23 in. high x 38 in. wide (with frame 24 in. high x 39 in. wide). Lot: 231 Corte Madera Kathleen Lipinski (American, b. 1950). Corte Madera. Giclee print. Signed ‘Lipinski’ lower right, titled …

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Pair of Iron-Red Painted ‘Dragon’ Bowls, Kangxi Marks/Period

Remarkable Dragon Bowls, Owned by an Elegant Man James Nassikas was the managing partner and president of the Stanford Court Hotel. He had no compulsion toward mediocrity. Excellence, was his only guiding principle. His crowning achievement was to convert a 1913 era apartment building The Stanford Court Apartments across the street from the Fairmont at …

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