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Francis Kimball (left) and Warren Kimball at the entrance to Warren's Estate, Olivewood. This is the only known photograph of the two brothers together and is significant in the fact that Frank and Warren were the two forces behind the development of National City. Inscribed on reverse: "Warren Kimball's Home." Stamp on reverse: "S.D. Whorf Photographer, Home Phone 742, P.O. Box 153, Corner Sixth Street & K Ave, National City, California" Mounted on cardboard. Description and title taken from caption used in "Early National City." Carnes, Marilyn, and Matthew Nye. Arcadia Pub., 2008. Warren Kimball's Home
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