Publisher's Letter, Apr. 16, 1956

WHEN we queried our San Francisco "bureau last week about the prize-winning firm of architects, Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons (see ART), the answer was already blueprinted. No two reporters were ever more on top of their story than Bureau Chief Richard Pollard and Correspondent Charles Mohr. Pollard, it turned out, had commissioned the firm to design a house for him on Belvedere Island in San Francisco Bay (construction starts this week). Mohr rents Architect Donn Emmons' own house, high on a hill above Mill Valley, overlooking the bay. Neither of these glasshouse enthusiasts...

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