Notes

Notes
1
Edmund Wilson (to Stanley Dell), August 29, 1915, in Let- ters on Literature and Politics, 1912-1972 (New York, 1977), p. 22.
2
A. C. David, "The New San Francisco," The Architectural Record 31, no. 1 (January 1912): 6.
3
Ibid., p. 9.
4
Ernest Coxhead, "A Waterfront Exposition Would Mean Permanent Architecture," Architect and Engineer 33, no. 2, pp. 50-57.
5
Anonymous, "We Don't Want Mission Architecture for the Fair," Architect and Engineer 25, no. 1 (August 1911):102-103.
6
Frank Morton Todd, The Story of the Exposition (New York, London: Putnum's Sons, 1921), 2:283.
Cora Lenore Williams, The Fourth-Dimensional Reaches of the Exposition (San Fran- cisco: Paul Elder and Company, 1915).
7
Bernard Maybeck, Palace of Fine Arts and Lagoon (San Fran- cisco: Paul Elder and Company, 1915), p. 2.
8
Todd, The Story of the Exposition, 2:345.
10
Mary Austin, "Art Influence in the West," The Century Magazine, April 1915, p. 829.
11
Ibid, p. 830.
12
Ibid.
13
Elmer Grey, "The P.P.I.E. of 1915," Scribners Magazine 54 (1915):48.
14
William Woolett, "Color in Architecture at the Panama Pa- cific Exposition," Architect and Engineer 42, no. 1 (July 1915):167.
15
Todd, The Story of the Exposition.
16
Wilson, Letters on Literature and Politics.
17
Anon., "The Exposition Color Scheme," Architect and En- gineer 39, no. 2 (December 1914):112.
18
L. C. Mullgardt, The Architecture and Landscape Gardening of the Exposition (San Francisco: Paul Elder & Co., 1915), p. 88.
19
Ben Macomber, The Jewel City (San Francisco and Ta- coma:JohnH. Williams, 1915), p. 27.
20
Ibid., p. 21.
21
Ibid., p. 83.
22
Clinton Scollard, "At the Golden Horn and the Golden Gate," Overland Monthly, December 1888 and November 1907.
23
Kevin Starr, Americans and the California Dream (New York, 1973), p. 138.
24
Gelett Burgess, "The Topography of San Francisco," The American Architect and Building News 89 (March 17, 1906): 152.
25
William D'Arcy Ryan, "New Light on an Exposition," Sunset Magazine, March 1913, p. 293.
26
Woolett, Color in Architecture, p. 65.
27
Todd, The Story of the Exposition, 2:315-17.
28
William Jordy, American Buildings and Their Architects (Gar- den City, New York: Doubleday, 1972), 3:275-300.
29
Todd, The Story of the Exposition, 2:315.
30
Hamilton M. Wright, "The Miracle Workers of the Expo- sition," California's Magazine 1, no. 4.
31
Ruth Waldo Newhall, San Francisco's Enchanted Palace (Berkeley, 1967), p. 75.
32
L. C. Mullgardt, Commonwealth Transactions, August 1915, p. 360.
33
Todd, The Story of the Exposition, 2:133.
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