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Note On verso: This building, which covers practically nine acres, and is the largest wooden structure in the world, was designed by Messrs. Ward and Blohme of San Francisco. Six million feet of lumber was required for sheathing it. Four carloads of nails and 1500 tons of bolts and washers were used in its construction. Cost $ 659,665.