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San Francisco Area Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 2)

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Bank of America
San Francisco, CA
This Bank of America branch was built in 1929 as a Bank of Italy branch. [map]

3rd Street Islais Creek Bridge
San Francisco, CA
The 3rd Street Islais Creek Bridge was designed by Leon Hagop Nishkian. It was built in 1945. [map]

Shell Building
San Francisco, CA
The Shell Building was designed by George W. Kelham and built in 1929. The Shell Oil Company occupied the building until the 1960s. For more, see this website. [map]

450 Sutter Building
San Francisco, CA
The 450 Sutter Building was designed by Timothy Ludwig Pflueger and built in 1929. The building features Mayan-influenced details. The lobby has marble walls and a bronze, bas-relief ceiling. The building houses medical and dental offices. [map]

Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company Building
San Francisco, CA
The Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company Building was designed by A. A. Cantin of Miller & Pflueger. It was built from 1924-1925. In 1984, it became the Pacific Bell Building. For more, see this website. [map]

commercial building
San Francisco, CA
This commercial building appears to be from the late 1920s or 1930s. It may have been built as a department store. Does anyone know when it was built or what business was here originally? [map]

former Discount Glass
San Francisco, CA

2008 and 2014:

2020:

The Discount Glass Company building was built in 1936. Before Discount Glass moved into the building, it was painted purple and green. Discount Glass closed sometime between 2008 and these 2014 photos. By 2016, the building had been painted pink and white and was housing a church. Does anyone know what the original occupant was? [map]

Art Deco buildings
San Francisco, CA
These side-by-side Art Deco buildings appear to be from the 1920s or 1930s. Does anyone know what businesses they housed originally? [map]