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Black & White Photograph of the interior of the bar belonging to John Weiland's Brewery, San Francisco, and showing an elegant looking interior with leaded glass doors and windows and classical-looing bronze statues holding lamps.

np (San Francisco) nd (1900s?) Oblong 6 x 8, no photog's name or identifying notes. Light wear and creasing, light spotting on reverse else good/very good. The photo is taken from the end of the bar facing the swinging decorative leaded glass doors and adjoining windows, beyond that can be seen a plate glass window with the lettering "Weiland's Beer" and "Old Kentucky Colonel." On the left is the bar with casks of wine and glass fronted cases of hard liquor along the wall behind it., metal sign advertising "Old Kentucky Colonel" is hanging nearby. Across from it is a smaller bar on which a chafing dish rests. Weiland's Brewery, 1896-1920, was one of the most successful ad largest breweries on the West Coast. It was located on 240 2nd between Howard and Folsom.


Book Id: 98-5522

Price: $65.00

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