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The Bridge, Sunset Cliffs, San Diego circa 1915

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This stylized photo of the Sunset Cliffs was featured as a souvenir postcard dating from 1915.

During the 1915 Panama–California ExpositionAlbert Spalding developed the Linear Section of the Sunset Cliffs. He spent around $2 million to hire Japanese architects to construct bridges, trails, benches, and a stairway into the ocean. Spalding called his estate Sunset Cliffs Park, which then lent its name to the neighborhood. 

The creations Spalding built were affected by the weather and wave action and eventually eroded.

The photo is printed on museum-quality, matte finish photo paper in the United States.


Frame Info

The Black Flat Wood Frame is made of natural solid wood with a rich finish and grain. The print is mounted and framed without a Mat for a clean, modern look. Acrylic is added to protect the front of your framed print. Prints are mounted on 1/4" Foam Board before framing and finished with a wire hanger.


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We accept returns within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.