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City Lights Books co-founder Lawrence Ferlinghetti in front of the store. (1950s)

City Lights Books co-founder and beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti in front of the store.

The Bay Shore Camp and Family Ministries website where you can get all your BSC information

The Bay Shore Camp and Family Ministries website where you can get all your BSC information

Vintage Bal Tabarin casino ashtray 1950s/1960s Crystal Bay Nevada on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe Souvenir

Vintage Bal Tabarin casino ashtray Crystal Bay Nevada on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe Souvenir

Peter Stackpole on the Delaware Memorial Bridge in 1951

Photographer Spotlight: Peter Stackpole

A celebration of the extraordinary career of one of LIFE magazine's "original four" — the quartet of masterful photographers on the masthead when LIFE launched in November (Above: Allied troops on Saipan during WWII.

Aerial view looking north at Lake Shore Blvd. E. and York Street. CPR Coach Yard in middle of this 1960 scene.  Union Station and Royal York Hotel beyond. Dark building at left is TTR Central Heating Plant.

Aerial view looking north at Lake Shore Blvd. and York Street. CPR Coach Yard in middle of this 1960 scene. Union Station and Royal York Hotel beyond. Dark building at left is TTR Central Heating Plant.

Ocean Beach and Lurline Pier on the Pacific shore below Sutro Heights, San Francisco (1952) The Lurline Pier was located on Ocean Beach between Balboa and Anza streets. It was sometimes called the "Olympic Club Pier" because an intake pipe for pumping saltwater to the old Lurline Baths and Olympic Club pools downtown, hence the two names. The pier lasted until the 1960s and formed the southern boundary of the stretch of beach that surfers still call "Kelly's Cove".

Ocean Beach and Lurline Pier on the Pacific shore below Sutro Heights, San Francisco (1952) The Lurline Pier was located on Ocean Beach between Balboa and Anza streets. It was sometimes called the "Olympic Club Pier" because an intake pipe for pumping saltwater to the old Lurline Baths and Olympic Club pools downtown, hence the two names. The pier lasted until the 1960s and formed the southern boundary of the stretch of beach that surfers still call "Kelly's Cove".

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