Berkeley, California has some of the countrys most interesting historic houses, academic structures, and commercial buildings. Contributing to Berkeleys rich architectural heritage were architects such as Bernard Maybeck, Julia Morgan and John Galen Howard. They, and others who lived and worked in this small city across the bay from San Francisco, played an important role in the evolution of American architecture.
Berkeley Landmarks contains descripitons and histories of more than 270 buildings, along with maps locating each structure, and over 400 photographs, including newly restored 19th century images. 304 p.