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George & Anna Marston House, 1905 Hebbard & Gill 3525 Seventh Avenue


George Marston is noted for many things but most prominently as a civic leader of extraordinary vision, whose interest and work in historic preservation, urban planning, conservation and history is renowned. He, his wife Anna, and his family were ardent advocates for quality of life issues for San Diegans.


Marston sited his family’s estate at the edge of City Park (now Balboa Park) and chose the firm of William Sterling Hebbard and Irving J. Gill as his architects.


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