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November 19, 2012

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pat giorni

Kudos to Joanne and hopes that she contributes more ink to the Journal...the coot who replaced Michael Svanivik a few years ago usually writes an unreadable,and sometimes unreliable history column, in my opinion.

Holyroller

i just saw photo of a train ststion in New Mexico that looks indentical to the Burlingame Station.
It may have been the "New Mexico Magazine"
The last few months.
Did the peson who bulit Burlingame, buid the same in NM?
They look identical.

jennifer

Are any of these structures in NM in mission revival style what you saw? Scroll way down the page-
http://harvey-house.info/new_mexico_2

Some definitely look similar, but I'm fairly certain that Howard did not design any of them. The Burlingame station is highly unusual because it was not funded by the railroad, nor designed by Southern Pacific, but by private (wealthy) citizens who wanted something special for the arrival of Burlingame Country Club members.

Holyroller

I will look through any on line info@NMM. to see if I can find out.
I do remember some connection.I will let you know.
Happy Thanksgiving-or whatever.
Happy

Holyroller

How many people that viewed this site in the last 24 hours, months, or years are interested in G. Howard?
Awesome story..

Joe

Plenty of our readers are interested in architecture. Now they know they are interested in Mr. Howard. Next up--Norberg? What say you, Joanne?

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