33 Nesmith-Greely Building, 1888. The Romanesque Revival style of this four-story structure is revealed in its brick coursing and circular lower elements capped by simulated stone towers. The face of the building retains its original appearance, with the exception of the fire escapes. The building is named for Thomas Nesmith, President of the Bank of San Diego, and Major General Adolphus Washington Greely. One prominent tenant was Clara Shortridge Foltz, the first woman attorney admitted to the California Bar Association.