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Vintage 1930s Alcatraz Island Prison Postcard 13 by Piggott San Francisco Bay California Unused Real Photo

Vintage 1930s Alcatraz Island Prison Photo Postcard 13 by Piggott San Francisco Bay California

Vintage Alcatraz Island Prison Postcard 13 by Piggott San Francisco Bay California Unused Real Photo

Sutro Baths #sanfrancisco

Ruins of the Sutro Baths

Sutro Baths - They were a large, privately owned swimming pool complex in San Francisco, California, built in the late century. The building housing the baths burned down in 1966 and was abandoned. (Per Wikipedia)

Safety net placed under the Golden Gate Bridge during construction in the 1930s. Its presence saved 19 lives.   These would-be survivors became known as the "Halfway to Hell Club".

Article about the Golden Gate Bridge.In the a safety net placed below the Golden Gate Bridge saved the lives of 19 construction workers, who became known as the "Halfway-to-Hell Club.

Original San Francisco Ferry Building 1877

The Ferry Building, terminus of the Central Pacific Railway - Kye and Chance started and ended many a trip here

An American boy hugging his Japanese friend just before the attack on pearl harbour. This reminds me of the Billy Bragg song "everywhere" <3

A Japanese-American boy gets a hug from his pal during lunchtime at a Public School in CA, April soon after, Japanese children and parents were evacuated during World War II to War Relocation Authority centers.

Crews working on a building project in San Francisco's Civic Center have unearthed the massive foundations of the old City Hall, a ghostly reminder of San Francisco's greatest disaster.    The imposing old City Hall collapsed in a shower of bricks, stone and steel in the 1906 earthquake. It was the largest municipal building west of Chicago and was so elaborate it took 25 years to build. The City Hall was supposed to be earthquake proof, but it collapsed in seconds after the great quake…

SF City Hall ruins from 1906 quake found

Crews working on a building project in San Francisco's Civic Center have unearthed the massive foundations of the old City Hall, a ghostly…

The Mark Hopkins Mansion | 1889 Victorian House Restoration

Abandoned History- Mark Hopkins Mansion, Nob Hill, San Francisco, CA destroyed in San Francisco earthquake 1906

Detail Of House In The Haight, San Francisco www.mitchellfunk.com ~ pin your photos in the Seen In San Francisco Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seeninsanfrancisco

Detail Of House In The Haight, San Francisco www.mitchellfunk.com ~ pin your photos in the Seen In San Francisco Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/seeninsanfrancisco

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