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The Belli Building

Author: Melvin M Belli
Publisher: San Francisco : Belli Building, 1966.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Melvin Belli restored two buildings in the old Barbary Coast for his law offices and recounted their history. Bret Harte worked in one, and the Freemasons held their first meeting in California in the other. Belli described his renovations.
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Named Person: Melvin M Belli
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Melvin M Belli
OCLC Number: 73734464
Notes: Cover title.
Second printing, identified by the addition of "Montgomery Street" to the photograph caption "The Belli Building, 722 and 728 Montgomery Street, in 1958 prior to the renovation" at the top of p. [1].
Description: 14 p. : ill., facsims. ; 16 x 23 cm.
Responsibility: Melvin Belli.

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Melvin Belli restored two buildings in the old Barbary Coast for his law offices and recounted their history. Bret Harte worked in one, and the Freemasons held their first meeting in California in the other. Belli described his renovations.

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