San Francisco: A Pictorial Souvenir
Striking images by historical photographer Carol Highsmith, supported by the informed text of writer-reporter Ted Landphair, take the observer into the individual hearts of such a great American city. This book provides a souvenir of a memorable visit or can be a wish book for those who have yet to experience San Francisco's particular pleasures.
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