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as wheel cut glass, represents this pivotal, transformative period in local history when San Diego was coming into its own as a respectable city, and when, for some well-heeled citizens, the dollar expense of constructing a monument to one’s own material successes had apparently few restrictions. Unlike many of these homes, which have been rescued and converted to inns, offices and apartments, the Timken house is relatively rare in that it remains to this day a private, single-family residence.


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