The late Victorian era (roughly 1870 to 1910) was the height of detailed millwork design and manufacturing. Much of the millwork was produced in San Fransisco from old growth Redwood, while woods such as eastern pine, birch, and cypress were used in millwork brought in from the East or Midwest. The best examples of late Victorian era architecture is found in National City, Coronado, and Bankers Hill.

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