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Mission District, San Francisco, California / publishing visual web directories to great cities and their free festivals with special emphasis on the myth and history behind the cultures.
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https://flic.kr/p/23xbZFh | Salesforce Tower joins Transamerica Pyramid and Sutro Tower as mythic symbols | HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO THE HISTORIC MISSION DISTRICT? Looking historically at degrees of separation, we find that Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff‘s wish to occupy and name the Salesforce Tower saved the teetering Warrior Stadium deal when he allowed his then surplus future 14 acre Mission Bay campus was able to be sold to the relocating Oakland team at the Mission Bay location over the…

https://flic.kr/p/23xbZFh | Salesforce Tower joins Transamerica Pyramid and Sutro Tower as mythic symbols | HOW DOES THIS RELATE TO THE HISTORIC MISSION DISTRICT? Looking historically at degrees of separation, we find that Salesforce CEO Mark Benioff‘s wish to occupy and name the Salesforce Tower saved the teetering Warrior Stadium deal when he allowed his then surplus future 14 acre Mission Bay campus was able to be sold to the relocating Oakland team at the Mission Bay location over the…

Valencia 15th to 19th Streets Rust patinated iron "Interlaken" tree grates decorated with Day of the Dead calaveras on Valencia Street, designed by John Dennis and Martha Ketterer & fabricated by Iron Age. Mission District, SF Zippertravel.com Digital Edition

The poetry of San Francisco can be found in the heart of the Mission District

Valencia Street Railway (ca. 1885-1915) The Stanford CESTA (Spatial History Railroads) team purchased this photograph at the fall, 2013 conference of the Southern Pacific Historical & Technical Society (SHP&TS). It features the Valencia Street railway station in an unknown year.

Valencia Street Railway (ca. The Stanford CESTA (Spatial History Railroads) team purchased this photograph at the fall, 2013 conference of the Southern Pacific Historical & Technical Society (SHP&TS).

The Hawaiian Connection (2 of 3)  Bruce Lee on Valencia Street in San Francisco.  Easily one of my favorite photos from this history.

The Hawaiian Connection of Bruce Lee on Valencia Street in San Francisco. Easily one of my favorite photos from this history. A young Bruce…

Baker Chad Robertson's tour of San Francisco's best foodie street, Valencia Street, includes where to go for a vegetable feast and a chocolate factory. Gajalee  “This kind of Indian cuisine, from the Konkan Coast, is something that’s new to San Francisco. We order the seafood curries for staff lunch.” 525 Valencia St.; gajaleesf.com.  Mission

Baker Chad Robertson's tour of San Francisco's best foodie street, Valencia Street, includes where to go for a vegetable feast and a chocolate factory

Police Station at 3057 17th Street, San Francisco (1924) Built in 1899, this two-story concrete police station was designed by the firm of Shea & Shea. Damaged in 1906, the police station was repaired – minus its original corner turret – and placed back into service. It remained in service as the Southern District station until 1950 when the SFPD moved to a new district headquarters at 1240 Valencia Street. (It later moved to its current location at 630 Valencia Street.)  via Bancroft…

Old Mission Police Station - San Francisco by my house

Banksy Mural Valencia Street Mission District, San Francisco, CA Graffiti en el distrito de la Misión,

Banksy Mural Valencia Street Mission District, San Francisco, CA Graffiti en el distrito de la Misión,

The San Francisco Giants on Opening Day, April 15, 1958 at Seals Stadium against the Dodgers. Photo: The Chronicle 1958

The San Francisco Giants on Opening Day, April 1958 at Seals Stadium against the Dodgers. Photo: The Chronicle 1958

Joe DiMaggio, Ty Cobb, Dom DiMaggio and Lefty O’Doul hanging out at San Francisco’s Seals Stadium in October of 1937.

Joe DiMaggio, Ty Cobb, Dom DiMaggio and Lefty O’Doul hanging out at San Francisco’s Seals Stadium in October of 1937

16th & Potrero - Seals Stadium when it was home to San Francisco Seals. Joe DiMaggio began career there.

16th & Potrero - Seals Stadium when it was home to San Francisco Seals. Joe DiMaggio began career there.