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Balboa Park, the 1400 acre tract around which San Diego is built, is famous for its many fine buildings. Originally constructed for the Panama- California International Exposition of 1915-16, the buildings are striking examples of Spanish Renaissance architecture.

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May

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Reverend Mother

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Dear Revernd Mother, I am writing on an old San Diego card because you might like to write on the San Francisco cards yourself! The view of Hyde street shows Alcatraz and the steep hills of S.F. Much love, May

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San Diego (Calif.), Balboa Park (San Diego, Calif.), Buildings

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