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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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An Important Horner Bookcase Discovered

Lot: 108 R.J. Horner Bookcase (Price Realized with Buyers Premium: $10,800 In the immediate decades following the Civil War,  American ingenuity and manufacturing prowess brought with it immense wealth and refinement. These are the days when companies like Tiffany’s and Theodore Starr opened up showrooms. Those fortunate enough to acquire vast wealth from their railway, …

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