Vintage San Francisco by Peter Beren
By Peter Beren
Here's a distinct portrait of Americas favourite urban. From the devestation of the nice Quake of 1906 to the spanning of the Golden Gate and the wonderful Panama Pacific Exposition, the vintage pictures of the town via the Bay (visited by means of greater than 14 million humans every year) became a part of the yank psyche via literature, movie, and music. Chronicled in dramatic black and white images, taken through 3 generations of proficient San Francisco photographers from Moulin Studios, this indelible portrait of the cool, grey, urban of affection, comes alive in historical past, legend, and lore. listed below are the streets the place Sam Spade south the Maltese Falcon, the place Dashiell Hammett and Lillian Hellman lunched at Johns Grill, and the place William Saroyan spent his days on the public library looking forward to his gigantic holiday. San Francisco greater than lives as much as its popularity as certainly one of Americas most interesting and so much mythic towns, and not is its mark at the American soul extra obvious than during this fantastically revealed ebook. Quotations might be integrated from such San Francisco writers as: Jack London, Frank Norris, Mark Twain, William Saroyan, Rudyard Kipling, and Dashiell Hammett. Вот уникальный портрет любимого города Америки. Из devestation Великой Quake 1906 в охватывающей на Золотые Ворота и великолепный Панама Тихоокеанское Экспозиция, классическим образам Город у залива (посетило более 14 миллионов человек каждый год) стали частью американской психики через литературу, кино, и песни. Запечатлен в драматических черно-белые фотографии, сделанные тремя поколениями одаренных фотографов Сан-Франциско из Мулен Studios, это неизгладимые портрет прохладном, серый, город любви, оживает в истории, легенды и знания. Вот улицы, где Sam Spade юго Мальтийский Сокол, где Показ Хамметт и Лилиан Хеллман обедали в Гриль Джона, и где Уильям Сароян проводил свои дни в публичной библиотеке ждет своего большого перерыва. Сан - Франциско более чем оправдывает свою репутацию одного из лучших и самых мифических городов Америки, и никогда не является его след в американской душе более очевидной, чем в этом красиво печатной книги. Котировки будут включены от таких писателей Сан-Франциско, как: Джек Лондон, Фрэнк Норрис, Марк Твен, Уильям Сароян, Редьярд Киплинг, и Показ Хамметт.
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