San Francisco, California, The Court of Palms, c1915

The Panama-Pacific International Exposition spread over more than 600 acres of lightly built, bayside marshland in what�s now known as the Marina District. The grand, but temporary, Beaux-Arts wonderland welcomed more than 19 million visitors. One of several courtyards, the Court of Palms opened onto the Avenue of Palms, both showcasing the tree that would become an iconic symbol of California.

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San Francisco, California, The Court of Palms, c1915

Historic Pictoric | Item# 102026__HPSFO

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