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Architect: Ernest Borne

 
 

The winds from San Francisco Bay were so strong at the Golden Gate Exposition in 1939, that a series of wind blocks were erected to address the problem. This drawing by Borne is simply a quick sketch but still captures the excitement of a World's Fair.

 



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