Steiner near Fulton Jul 1974

908 Steiner, between Fulton and McAllister. Built in 1888 by R.O. Chandler. Architects, Schmidt & Shea. Multi-colored portico of Victorian with peacock head added to fan element in gable. Polychrome paint by Maija Gegeris, 1967, prototype of all the city's multicolor paint jobs. It was one of the first colorfully painted Victorians in San Francisco and helped to start a trend.[Details - entryway]
Judith Lynch (Courtesy of a Private Collector)

Steiner near Fulton Steiner near Fulton

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