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Interior views of a house built by the David D. Bohannon Organization in the Hillsdale subdivision. According to House Beautiful, this house was decorated in the "Ranch" style. House Beautiful printed the architect's name as "Marcus Stedman (sic)". Negatives and transparencies depicting the Pace Setter Houses of 1950 were originally housed in no discernible order within three envelopes labeled, "Bohannon Houses Hillside," "Bohannon Model House, San Mateo," and "Bohannon Houses San Mateo". The items were re-grouped by house as determined by illustrations in House Beautiful during processing. "A $25,000 Pace-Setter House." House Beautiful 92 (July 1950): 48-54. (No photographs of this house appear in the magazine, only drawings.) On p. 100 in "This Year's Three Pace–Setting Kitchens," House Beautiful 92, September 1950, 100–105.
Number of items: 14 ; Black-and-white negatives (7) ; Color transparencies (7)
Architecture--Details--Photographs Interior decoration--Photographs House furnishings--Photographs Living rooms--Photographs Kitchens--Photographs Children's rooms--Photographs Bedrooms--Photographs Storage in the home--Photographs
San Mateo, Calif.
Maynard L. Parker negatives, photographs, and other material Maynard L. Parker Negatives, Huntington Digital Library