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Located at the Presidio of San Francisco, the Herbst International Exhibition Hall was originally designed and constructed by the Army Corps of Engineers in 1954 as the Post Exchange. Completely renovated in 1996 by the Fort Mason Foundation, the Exhibition Hall is a free-standing building with 5,476 square feet of exhibition space.
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