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Hebbard’s work can be seen most prominently on the exterior of the house while many of the details that would later become Gill signatures can be seen throughout the interior. Recognized internationally as the father of Modern architecture in America, Gill designed the six- bedroom, seven-bath Marston House early in his San Diego career. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the house is one of the finest remaining example of Hebbard & Gill’s residential work. A grand house used often for indoor-outdoor entertaining, it also included such design innovations as raised thresholds to keep rooms cleaner,


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