This disbound album contains typical late 19th century commercial photographs focusing on hotels, missions, and scenery of
particularly California luxury hotels that catered to East Coast winter tourists. The most notable images include the second
Hotel Del Monte, rebuilt after an 1887
fire; Hotel Del Coronado shortly after its 1888 opening; and the Raymond Hotel and Hotel Green in Pasadena. Also included
are photographs of Missions Santa Barbara,
San Gabriel, and San Juan Capistrano; and the San Francisco landmarks of Cliff House and Fort Point.
28 photographs, 2 maps, and 9 reproductions of photographs in 1 disbound album ; photographs 13 x 20.5 cm. (5 x 8 in.) and
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