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July 1965  ABOUT THE COVER: The pleasure of summer time in the Palm Springs area is expressed by Carole Sackley as she relaxes in the pool at the Tamarisk Country Club home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Spare. Carole is the wife of Stan Alan Sackley, of the architectural firm of Sackely and Light (Palm Springs and Los Angeles), who designed the home.Photography by George Lindblade.

July 1965 ABOUT THE COVER: The pleasure of summer time in the Palm Springs area is expressed by Carole Sackley as she relaxes in the pool at the Tamarisk Country Club home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Spare. Carole is the wife of Stan Alan Sackley, of the architectural firm of Sackely and Light (Palm Springs and Los Angeles), who designed the home.Photography by George Lindblade.

November 1960  ABOUT THE COVER: The new Palm Springs Spa, one of the desert's most beautiful buildings, is also a most lucrative source of lease revenue for its owners, the Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians. Artist Earl Cordrey gives it the humorous touch.

November 1960 ABOUT THE COVER: The new Palm Springs Spa, one of the desert's most beautiful buildings, is also a most lucrative source of lease revenue for its owners, the Agua Caliente Band of Mission Indians. Artist Earl Cordrey gives it the humorous touch.

You could pass right by a prime example of midcentury modern innovation and not realize it. You could overlook a subtle but inspired detail in an iconic symbol of environmental aesthetics. Or you could download the new Palm Springs Modern: Mid-Century Architecture Tours mobile application and become a well-informed aficionado of the local landscape as it relates to the heyday of structural design. #PSMODAPP

You could pass right by a prime example of midcentury modern innovation and not realize it. You could overlook a subtle but inspired detail in an iconic symbol of environmental aesthetics. Or you could download the new Palm Springs Modern: Mid-Century Architecture Tours mobile application and become a well-informed aficionado of the local landscape as it relates to the heyday of structural design. #PSMODAPP

PALM SPRINGS: A. Quincy Jones - Palm Springs Tennis Club, Palm Springs, CA (1947). Julius Shulman photo.

PALM SPRINGS: A. Quincy Jones - Palm Springs Tennis Club, Palm Springs, CA (1947). Julius Shulman photo.

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