1872 Hall - Map of the panhandle of Golden Gate Park by the park's designer

SOLD: 1872 William Hammond Hall map of the Panhandle

Title:

Map of the Avenue leading to Golden Gate Park Showing the Proposed Plan of Improvement, Together with that of the Entrance to the Park

Map maker:

William Hammond Hall, Britton & Rey

Place and Year:

San Francisco, 1872

Dimensions:

21.8 x 46.5 cm (8½ x 14½ in)

Technique:

Lithograph

Coloring:

Colored

Condition Rating:

VG+

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DETAILS

Map of the panhandle of Golden Gate Park by the park's designer, civil engineer William Hammond Hall.

This simple but attractive map extends from Broderick St. into the Park for a short distance, and from Waller to Grove.

Issued in the First Biennial Report of the San Francisco Park Commissioners, 1870-71.

CONDITION NOTES

Short stub tear with archival tape repair on verso, trace from earlier mounting tape at top edge; very good.

IDENTIFIER

NL-00138

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