1 edition of San Francisco"s Playland at the Beach found in the catalog.
San Francisco"s Playland at the Beach
James R. Smith
Written in English
|Statement||James R. Smith|
|LC Classifications||GV1853.3.C22 P5373 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||2013036216|
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A companion piece to ""San Francisco's Playland at the Beach: The Early Years,"" this keepsake covers the years toshowcasing both the height of Playland's postwar popularity and its decline, closure, and destruction during its final years.
Illustrated by a huge collection of rare black-and-white and color photographs, it lets the /5(18). Presenting many rare photographs of Playland at the Beach and the surrounding neighborhood--including previously unpublished photographs from the private archive of ride designer Laurence Hollings--this collection contains a comprehensive photographic record of the enthralling amusement park from its construction in through its glorious heyday in the s and s/5(15).
San Francisco’s Playland at the Beach: The Golden Years ($) presents Playland as it is best remembered today — a playground where families experienced endless days of fun in San Francisco’s glorious postwar boom.
Illustrated by over rare black-and-white and color photographs — including many images never before published — San Francisco’s Playland at the Beach: The.
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Playland at the Beach was a magical place, revered in the hearts of San Franciscans and all who visited. Playland wasn?t just another amusement park?it had a special identity that encompassed socialization, dining, playing, strolling and sight-seeing that was purely San Francisco.
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Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). Presenting many rare photographs of Playland at the Beach and the surrounding neighborhood—including previously unpublished photographs from the private archive of ride designer Laurence Hollings—this collection contains a comprehensive photographic record of the enthralling amusement park from its construction in through its glorious heyday in the s and s.
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FOR THE MEDIA SAN FRANCISCO'S PLAYLAND AT THE BEACH: THE GOLDEN YEARS MEDIA KIT available here in PDF.; ABOUT THE AUTHOR California historian James R. Smith is an authority on the history of San Francisco and the Gold Country.
His previous books include San Francisco’s Lost Landmarks, The California Snatch Racket and San Francisco’s Playland at the Beach: The Early Years. Playland at the Beach was a magical place, revered in the hearts of San Franciscans and all who visited.
Playland wasn't just another amusement park: it had a special identity that encompassed socialization, dining, playing, strolling and sight-seeing that was purely San Francisco. From the s to the s, Playland enthralled generations.
San Francisco's Playland at the Beach | Comprehensively documented and illustrated, this is the definitive and authoritative look at one of America's landmark amusement parks, Playland at the Beach, a glamorous park that is still revered by San Franciscans more than 40 years after it closed.
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(James Robert), San Francisco's Playland at the Beach. Playland (also known as Playland at the Beach and Whitney's Playland beginning in ) was a acre (40, m 2) seaside amusement park located next to Ocean Beach, in the Richmond District at the western edge of San Francisco, California along Great Highway where Cabrillo and Balboa streets are now.
It began as a collection of amusement rides and concessions in the late 19th century and was Location: Ocean Beach San Francisco, California.
Click below to buy on Amazon: ?book= Used Book in Good Condition different San Francisco's Playland at the Beach: The Golden Years. The resort eventually downed its shutters once more in the yearwhen during the Prohibition, its patronage plummeted sharply. It changed hands and became the property of George and Leo Whitney who then owned a neighbourhood amusement park named Playland-at-the-Beach.
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