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Roderick Grant
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The bust at Buhler, which looks more like Fred Lloyd Wright than Frank, reminds me of an old character actor whose name I couldn't conjure up at gun point. He often played judges.

SDR
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The preacher in "Blazing Saddles," the judge ("Daddy !") in "What's Up, Doc" ?

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Roderick Grant
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No. Similar, but no cigar. He had the bearing of Conrad Veidt or George Mcready, but never a star.

Paul Ringstrom
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Owner of the G. Curtis Yelland House (1910), by Wm. Drummond

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This sunshade outside the dining 'pavilion' is novel . . . sort of a dependent arbor or demi-pergola ? The Pope or Lewis porches, without the insect screen ?


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https://www.eastbaytimes.com/wp-content ... .jpg?w=645

https://www.eastbaytimes.com/wp-content ... .jpg?w=645

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jay
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Post by jay »

Another set of photos I sort of randomly stumbled on.
A wedding event at the Buehler House.
Controversy aside, the first two photos in the set are very nice:
https://www.weddingsbyaimee.com/architectural-design-1

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