San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts (PFA) has a rich history that dates back almost a century. After the devastating earthquake and fire of 1906, the city launched a major renovation campaign, and the Panama Pacific Exposition hit the streets in 1915, with buildings stretching the length of what is now the city's Marina District. The Bernard Maybeck-designed PFA is the last standing of the Exposition's major buildings. Over the years, the venue has served varied purposes. In World War II, ...

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