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The Mark Hopkins Institute of Art was an "affiliated college" of the university (as were the medical departments); it evolved into the present-day San Francisco Art Institute. The ornate Nob Hill mansion in San Francisco that housed the Institute was built by Mark Hopkins who (along with Leland Stanford) made a fortune building the transcontinental railroad. In 1906 the mansion and much of the art in contained burned in San Francisco's earthquake and fire. The Institute began publishing this review of art in 1899.

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