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V1p420a In PHOTO ALBUM-VAULT: ** fc917.9461 A3, Vol. I, page 420. This photograph is contained in one of two volumes by Dobbin titled "Album of San Francisco." Credit printed on photo: "Murat, Photo. 2405 Howard St. San Francisco." Photo is of the casino formerly located in Golden Gate Park, which was moved to 24th and Fulton in 1895. In contrast to its former appearance as seen at the top of page 384, the building has had a second story added and been greatly expanded. A barn and silo are seen to the right. People are posing on the front steps and in two automobiles. A man and three dogs are visible near the steps at the right. The rails of the United Railroads #5 McAllister line pass from right to left on Fulton Street in the foreground. Text written above photo: "The original location of this building was in G.G. Park west of the conservatory see page (384), it was then one story high and leased by the Kerline [sic] [Kreling] family of Tivoli's fame as a Cafe and Refreshment Parlor. They made money rapidly." Text written underneath and to right of photo: "This building was originally erected in Golden Gate Park then sold to Stewart Menzies who made it into a Roadside House at 24th Ave & Fulton. Operated by Carl Leonheardt [Leonhardt?] it was torn down in 1922."
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1 photoprint ; 8 5/8 x 13 7/8 in.
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