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'''The 1925 Beach Chalet, designed by Willis Polk, features a beautiful series of murals painted during the Depression-era Works Project Administration (W.P.A.) by Lucien Labaudt. The Chalet had fallen into disrepair but was restored and re-opened in 1997, once again offering dining and drinking, as well as the [[Murals at the Beach Chalet |original murals]], also restored.'''
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'''The 1925 Beach Chalet, designed by Willis Polk, features a beautiful series of murals painted during the Depression-era Works Project Administration (W.P.A.) by Lucien Labaudt.''' The Chalet had fallen into disrepair but was restored and re-opened in 1997, once again offering dining and drinking, as well as the [[Murals at the Beach Chalet |original murals]], also restored.
  
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'''One of Lucien Labaudt's original murals, a crab fisherman offering one of his catch at [[Fisherman's Wharf|Fisherman's Wharf]].'''
  
  

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Ggpk$beach-chalet-in-ggate-park.jpg

The 1925 Beach Chalet, designed by Willis Polk, features a beautiful series of murals painted during the Depression-era Works Project Administration (W.P.A.) by Lucien Labaudt. The Chalet had fallen into disrepair but was restored and re-opened in 1997, once again offering dining and drinking, as well as the original murals, also restored.

Labaudt crabber 3643.jpg

One of Lucien Labaudt's original murals, a crab fisherman offering one of his catch at Fisherman's Wharf.


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