THE BARCELONA APARTMENT HOTEL THE FINEST IN THE WEST SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA ... [cover title]. San Diego: Barcelona Apartment Hotel, n.d. [Circa 1923.]. Single sheet, 16x36 cm, folded to make eight panels. illustrations (including a floor plan). In 1921, the original developer James E. Collumb partnered with German-born and New York trained architect Eugene Hoffman (also designed the John D. Spreckles building, and William Penn Hotel) to design the iconic building, originally intended to be one of a larger, four building complex comprising the entire block between 3rd & 4th Avenues, and Juniper and Kalmia Streets. The rest of the complex was never built, but The Barcelona was completed in 1923 and has proudly served the city of San Diego ever since. The Barcelona was originally constructed as a full service apartment-hotel, complete with a solarium, ballroom, restaurant and golf course. City directories first listed it as the 'Finest in the West.'" (The Barcelona website). Not in Rocq. Some soiling and light wear, a good copy. OCLC reports no copies. (#167691).
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