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History of the City Hall and Civic Center by T.B. McGinnis, 1912-1918
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San Francisco City Hall. Polk Street Elevation. [Inside front cover. Photographic reproduction of architectural drawing.]
[Inscription: "Property of T.B. McGinnis. Clerk's Office Bd. Supervisors, City Hall."]
Reading from left to right -- John Bakewell, Jr. -- Arthur Brown Jr., Architects of City Hall -- Percy V. Long, City Atty.
Plan of Civic Center, San Francisco. From original drawing made and contemplated before work was commenced. [Clipped from unidentified print source.]
[Sketch and notes calculating height of City Hall. By Flamm.]
City Hall. From Municipal Reports 1915-16. History compiled by T. [Thomas] B. McGinnis, Asst. Clerk Board of Supervisors and Executive Supt. City Hall. Per Resolution No. 12800 (New Series), Board of Supervisors.
Architectural plan of Civic Center, now being carried to completion -- proposed at meeting held January 10th, 1912 at 8 o'clock P.M. in temporary City Hall, Eddy St. [Photographic reproduction of architectural drawing.]
Interior City Hall. Rotunda. [From San Francisco Municipal Reports, 1915-16?]
Excavating site for City Hall, April 18, 1913 (looking West from Polk St.). Ground breaking day was held April 5, 1913 at 3 o'clock P.M. 1435.
History as follows compiled by Thos. [Thomasi] B. McGinnis, Asst. Clerk, Board of Supervisors and Executive Superintendent of the City Hall -- printed in Municipal Reports, 1915-16. [First page (page 977) of 1915-16 San Francisco Municipal Report, "City Hall and Civic Center History.”]
Assorted steel for frame erection, City Hall. October 22nd, 1913. (Looking Southeast from McAllister St. and Van Ness Ave.) 1649.
[Page 978 from 1915-16 San Francisco Municipal Report, "City Hall and Civic Center History."]
Commencing the erection of steel frame, City Hall. (Arrow marks location of corner stone.) Oct. 22nd, 1913. Corner stone laid Oct. 25th, 1913. 1647.
[Page 979 from 1915-16 San Francisco Municipal Report, "City Hall and Civic Center History."]
Steel for construction, and concrete retaining walls, City Hall. (Looking southwest from McAllister and Polk Sts.) October 22nd, 1913. 1648.
[Page 980 from 1915-16 San Francisco Municipal Report, "City Hall and Civic Center History."]
Progress steel construction City Hall. November 12th, 1913. [ No. 1654?]
[Page 981 from 1915-16 San Francisco Municipal Report, "City Hall and Civic Center History."]
Erection steel -- basement and first floor City Hall. December 1st, 1913. (Polk and Grove Sts.) 1656.
[Page 982 from 1915-16 San Francisco Municipal Report, "City Hall and Civic Center History."]
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