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3170 Curlew Street Captain Albert A. Ackerman House, 1912 Hazel Wood Waterman Mediterranean Revival An asymmetrical façade with classical detailing, which focuses on the balustraded balcony projected on brackets and pilasters above the main entrance. Waterman also designed the large garden to the south of the house – it features numerous terraces, angular dirt paths and concrete stairs.


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3141 Curlew Street Sweet Guest House, 1914-15 Mead & Requa Spanish Revival


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430 W. Spruce Street Ralph D. Lacoe House, 1922 Quayle Brothers Italian Renaissance The sons of master architect William Quayle, Charles and Edward Quayle relocated to San Diego from Denver shortly after the turn-of-the-century. They produced a vast catalogue of commercial, residential and public buildings of all styles and types throughout San Diego.


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