When much of the city was still a blank slate, a developer/architect turned a failed racetrack into a subdivision where ads promised, "everything combines to make you happy." LaBounty's delightful survey lingers over the crazed range of early 20th century residential architecture, including a model named the Martha Washington and dubbed "as quaint as grandmother's cameo brooch." — John King, San Francisco Chronicle.
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