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Vintage Postcard
updated: Jan 03, 2013, 10:16 AM

By Edhat Subscriber

Found this old postcard - check out the address. I googled Capt Charles Low and his property info is below. I wonder if the house is still there?

"An 80-acre, pie-shaped wedge of flat land lying westerly from Second Point was the retirement home of sea captain Charles P. Low of New England, whose clipper ship N. B. Palmer once won a trans-Pacific race over the famous Flying Cloud. Captain Low had architect Peter 1. Barber build him a mansion with a glassed-in cupola in 1874, on Cliff Drive just west of La Marina."

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