Interior designed and produced by CSAC students for Wonder Hill, the summer home of the Girls' Club of San Francisco : Corner of Living Room at Wonder Hill

CCA/C Archives
Meyer, Frederick H., 1872-1961 (Author) Administrator - Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Meyer founded the California School of Arts and Crafts in 1907
Date created: 1920
Work type & Measurements
1 photograph; 7 x 5 in.
This photograph of an interior designed by CSAC students under the direction of Frederick Meyer, with furniture and draperies also created by students, for Wonder Hill the summer home of the Girls' Club in San Francisco, was published with the caption "Corner of Living Room at Wonder Hill" in the January 1925 issue of Sierra Educational News to illustrate an article titled "Industrial Art Education" written by "F.H. Meyer Director California School of Arts and Crafts, Berkeley".
Handwritten: Girls Club Summer Home Living Room Furniture.
Sierra Educational News
Time period: 1906-1921
Topic: California School of Arts and Crafts
Topic: furniture
Name: Meyer, Frederick H., 1872-1961
CCA/C subject: Work by students
Archives Series & Subseries
Series: VI. Photographs
Subseries: 3. Board of Directors and Trustees
Oakland Campus — Meyer Library — Archives - Founder's Files (Box) Meyer #1 — (Folder) Meyer Papers #4
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