Painted Ladies: San Francisco's Resplendent Victorians
This happy, gloriously colorful book celebrates the unique collection of Victorian houses in San Francisco--houses of such highly eclectic architectural charm that they can only best be described as being of the San Francisco Style. The great photographs show us, and the delightful text and captions tell us, how San Francisco's Painted Ladies have enjoyed an astonishing renaissance.
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