From:Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop
About this objectThe Spreckels Mansion in San Francisco seen from the bottom of a hill with a path leading to the entrance lined with bushes and trees.
Place MadeSan Francisco, California
Medium and MaterialsToned silver print.
Inscription and Marksrecto: [pencil] pdverso: [pencil] Peter deLoryverso: [pencil] Pacific Heightsverso: [pencil] Speckles [sic] Mansionverso: [pencil] SF Califverso: [pencil] from the Mansion Seriesverso: [pencil] .D362 78:162:5
Measurements13.4 cm x 19.8 cm (image)
34.3 cm x 29 cm (mat)
Subject and Association DescriptionPeter deLory is a photographer and educator who was published in Aperture, Creative Camera, and Afterimage. The Spreckels Mansion was completed in 1912 as the home for Adolph and Alma Spreckels, the heirs to a successful sugar business.
Subject and Association KeywordsPeter deLory
Subject and Association Keywords1970s
Subject and Association KeywordsSan Francisco
Subject and Association KeywordsSpreckels Mansion
Subject and Association KeywordsMansion