Cliff House from Sutro Park, c. 1880
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Cliff House from Sutro Park, c. 1880
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Cliff House from Sutro Park, c. 1880
The first Cliff House was a modest structure built in 1863 by Senator John Buckley and C. C. Butler. Captain Junius Foster eventually leased the Cliff House, adding a promenade and two new wings, and under his management wealthy San Franciscans flocked to the coast to enjoy the unique restaurant and wonderful views. It was later bought by Adolph Sutro, whose estate at Sutro Heights overlooked the property. Original in collection of Bennett Hall, inquire if interested revision 2-2014 sf_cliff_house_taber_sep_p
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