[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Frank Morton Todd, The Story of the Exposition, 5 vols. (New York, 1921), I, 68.
Todd
68
I
The Story of the Exposition
1921
2
Helen S. Piper, 'Who's Who in San Francisco; Louis Christian Mullgardt, Architect', San Francisco News (4 February 1928), p. 15.
Piper
4 February
15
San Francisco News
1928
3
Louis La Beaume, The Way We Came; A Reminiscence About Architects and Architecture in St. Louis and Other Places (St. Louis, 1957), p. l0
Beaume
l0
The Way We Came; A Reminiscence About Architects and Architecture in St. Louis and Other Places
1957
4
Andr6 Bouilhet, 'L'Exposition de Chicago', Revue des Arts Dicoratifs xIv (1893-1894), 69.
Bouilhet
69
xIv
Revue des Arts Dicoratifs
1894
5
Louis Mullgardt, 'Worlds Fair 1903', St. Louis Builder (15 June 1899), pp. 4-5.
Mullgardt
15 June
4
St. Louis Builder
1899
6
Elizabeth K. Thompson, 'The Early Domestic Architecture of the San Francisco Bay Region', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians x (October 1951)10.2307/987446
8
Festal Court a Theater of Oriental Splendor', San Francisco Chronicle (7 September 1912), p. 12.
7 September
12
San Francisco Chronicle
1912
9
Architects Scan Exposition Plans', San Francisco Chronicle (15 August 1912), p. 16.
15 August
16
San Francisco Chronicle
1912
13
A. H. Markwart, Building an Exposition; Report of the Activities of the Division of Works of the P. P. L E. (San Francisco, 1915), p. 135
Markwart
135
Building an Exposition; Report of the Activities of the Division of Works of the P. P. L E.
1915
15
Francis Swales, 'Master Draftsmen Iv
Swales
Iv
Master Draftsmen
Louis Christian Mull- gardt', Pencil Points v (August 1924), 57.
August
57
v
Pencil Points
1924
16
John P. Young, Journalism in California (San Francisco, 1915), P. 304.
Young
304
Journalism in California
1915
17
Rose Berry, The Dream City (San Francisco, 1915), PP. 73-74.
Berry
73
The Dream City
1915
19
Academy Architecture iv (1898), 5
5
iv
Academy Architecture
1898
The Builder Lxxv (London, 1898), plate following p. 572
572
Lxxv
The Builder
1898
Berry, The Dream City, pp. 79, 95.
Berry
79
The Dream City
21
Ben Macomber, The Jewel City (San Francisco, 1915), p. 65.
Macomber
65
The Jewel City
1915
22
Louis C. Mullgardt, The Architecture and Landscape Garden- ing of the Exposition (San Francisco, 1915), p. vi.
Mullgardt
vi
The Architecture and Landscape Gardening of the Exposition
1915
23
Louis Skidmore, eExpositions Always Influence Architec- ture', Architect and Engineer CXLI (May 1932), 28.
Skidmore
May
28
CXLI
Architect and Engineer
1932
24
William I. Garren, former draftsman on the Mullgardt staff, recalled this office rule during a personal interview in December 1960.
25
Pan-Pacific Architecture and Something About Louis Chris- tian Mullgardt', The Mid-Pacific Magazine xvi (August 1918), 118.
August
118
xvi
The Mid-Pacific Magazine
1918
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