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Take This Hammer - Bay Area Television Archive San Francisco Tours, Bay Area, Archive, Beautiful

Take This Hammer - Bay Area Television Archive

Note: to send your email vote in support of Take this Hammer's nomination to the National Film Registry, please visit this web page at the Library of Congress's web site: http://www.loc.gov/film/vote.html. Please note: copyright to Take this Hammer is held by WNET. All rights reserved. WNET is the premier public media provider of the New York metropolitan area and parent of public television stations THIRTEEN and WLIW21. Take this hammer was originally produced by KQED for National…

The Two Bears | Wicked Attraction San Francisco Tours, Investigation Discovery, Full Episodes, West Coast, Attraction, Bears, Wicked, Two By Two, Witch

The Two Bears | Wicked Attraction

A couple goes on a deadly witch-hunt along the West Coast.

The California Labor School is best described by its historical marker that stands at the location of the former school. It reads: An ethnically diverse student body experienced a “Worker's Culture” here through painting, dance, music, theater, labor history and social science courses. Such artists as Anton Refregier, Ralph Stackpole, and Pablo O'Higgins taught classes and workshops to union members and veterans returning from World War II. The post-war U.S. anti-communist crusade led to the… Finding Your Roots, Finding Yourself, Gi Bill, San Francisco Tours, Labor Union, Andy Samberg, Social Science, Family History, Grandparents

Andy Samberg: California Labor School | PBS LearningMedia

The California Labor School is best described by its historical marker that stands at the location of the former school. It reads: An ethnically diverse student body experienced a “Worker's Culture” here through painting, dance, music, theater, labor history and social science courses. Such artists as Anton Refregier, Ralph Stackpole, and Pablo O'Higgins taught classes and workshops to union members and veterans returning from World War II. The post-war U.S. anti-communist crusade led to…

"The Hippie Temptation" (1967). - YouTube San Francisco Tours, Film Life, Hippie Culture, Beat Generation, Cbs News, Documentary Film, Documentaries, Dandy, Psychedelic

"The Hippie Temptation" (1967).

Originally broadcast on August 22, 1967 as the inaugural edition of the short-lived CBS News series "Who, What, Where, When, Why."

Deadly Women | Watch Full Episodes & More! - Investigation Discovery San Francisco Tours, Investigation Discovery, Watch Full Episodes, Investigations, Behind The Scenes, Tv Shows, Women, Study, Tv Series

Investigation Discovery - Official Site

Official Homepage for Investigation Discovery. Watch Full Episodes FREE with your TV subscription. Get Behind the Scenes with Your Favorite Shows! Start Exploring Now!

  The Doodler, Fifth Amendment, San Francisco Tours, Future Videos, Lgbt Community, Documentary Film, Social Issues, Filmmaking, Documentaries

The Doodler Homocides - documentary film

The SFPD pin all unsolved gay murders on a killer they can't catch.

The Murder of Quita Hague - Bay Area Television Archive Body Name, San Francisco Tours, Film Material, Sound Film, Angel Of Death, Bay Area, Archive

The Murder of Quita Hague - Bay Area Television Archive

KPIX-TV Eyewitness News report from 10/20/73 featuring a report by Linda Shen on the murder of Quita Hague and attack on her husband Richard Hague. Also includes views of the crime scene brief scene and a press conference in which a police spokesman states: "We certainly feel that in San Francisco our streets are safe ... and this is the first attack of this type we have had in the city." This was the first attributed murder by a group of Black Muslims called the Death Angels and this series…

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Genealogy Resources at the Library Marriage Records, Marriage License, Native Americans In California, Domestic Partnership, San Francisco Tours, San Francisco State University, Military Records, Santa Clara County, Vital Records

Genealogy Resources at the Library

//sfpl.org/genealogy Circulating and library-use-only print collection of Genealogy Resources that can aid the amateur genealogist.

San Francisco Genealogy - San Francisco City, Social & Phone Directories August Home, San Francisco Tours, 2nd City, Pacific Coast, Genealogy, Phone, Telephone, Mobile Phones

San Francisco Genealogy - San Francisco City, Social & Phone Directories

San Francisco Genealogy - San Francisco City, Social & Phone Directories

Every corner in San Francisco has a story to tell. The city's extraordinary history - from the days when giant mammoths wandered through what is now North Beach, to the dot-com madness - is explored San Francisco Tours, Transamerica Pyramid, Barbary Coast, San Francisco Chronicle, North Beach, Gold Rush, Portsmouth, Ocean Beach, 19th Century

Portals of the Past

Every corner in San Francisco has a story to tell. The city's extraordinary history - from the days when giant mammoths wandered through what is now North Beach, to the dot-com madness - is explored

All states recognize the rights of grandparents to visit with, or get custody of, their grandchildren to some degree. Learn about state laws on grandparent visitation and custody, and more, at FindLaw's Family Law Center. Family Law Attorney, Attorney At Law, Criminal Defense, Criminal Law, In Law Suite, Domestic Violence, Supreme Court, Being A Landlord, Constitution

FindLaw's California Court of Appeal case and opinions.

Case opinion for CA Court of Appeal PEOPLE v. TINNIN. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.

Search City and County of San Francisco free public records for births, deaths, marriages, property records, court records, criminal records, fictitious business names, obituaries, deeds, mortgages, judgments, and more. Court Records, Public Records, Property Records, Per Capita Income, San Francisco Tours, Vital Records, Chief Financial Officer, Criminal Record

San Francisco County Criminal and Public Records

Search City and County of San Francisco public records for births, deaths, marriages, property records, court records, criminal records, fictitious business names, obituaries, deeds, mortgages, judgments, and more.

Records | Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco Adoption Records, San Francisco Tours, Gender Change, Superior Court, Vital Records, Court Records, Family Court, Criminal Record, Birth And Death

Records | Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco

Records | Superior Court of California - County of San Francisco

Search City and County of San Francisco free public records for births, deaths, marriages, property records, court records, criminal records, fictitious business names, obituaries, deeds, mortgages, judgments, and more. Court Records, Public Records, Property Records, Per Capita Income, San Francisco Tours, Vital Records, Chief Financial Officer, Criminal Record

San Francisco County Criminal and Public Records

Search City and County of San Francisco public records for births, deaths, marriages, property records, court records, criminal records, fictitious business names, obituaries, deeds, mortgages, judgments, and more.

Original Ghost Tour

1000 Frames of Vertigo - frame 358 - The Alfred Hitchcock Wiki Indie Movies, Old Movies, Vintage Movies, Vertigo Alfred Hitchcock, San Francisco Tours, Film Blade Runner, Acting Tips, French Films, Film Quotes

Vertigo - Gavin Elster's Club — Reel SF

Scottie reports back to Gavin Elster in his exclusive gentleman's club. Elster tells him Carlotta Valdes was Madeleine's great grandmother, what's more he believes his wife Madeleine has been possessed by Carlotta. The club was not named in the movie but production records ident

450 Sutter – The Temple of Doom San Francisco Tours, Doom 3, Tower Of Terror, Temple, Temples

450 Sutter – The Temple of Doom

Specifically designed to house dentist offices, Four-Fifty Sutter is alternately referred to by locals as “The Tower of Terror,” “The House of Pain,” Four-Fifty “Suffe…

The Most Haunted House In Connecticut In the past decade or so there have been a lot of movies that are supposedly inspired by true events, and The Sneaker House Haunting is one of them. It inspired the movie A Haunting In Connecticut. Forbidden Forest, Forest Cabin, Foggy Forest, Most Haunted Places, Dark Night, Mists, Westerns, Backdrops, Pictures

The Haunted Nob Hill Hotel in San Francisco

The Haunted Nob Hill Hotel in San Francisco

Kodak Folding Pocket camera with special lens and shutter option. More details on my Kodak page. From the autobiography of photographer Arnold Genthe, who made the most famous photographs of the. Modern Playground, San Francisco Tours, Tree Borders, Huntington Park, Brick Walkway, Parks Department, Paris Skyline, Explore, Mansions

Great Explorations: Huntington Park

The most exclusive address in town welcomes everyone to bask in its beauty.

Check out the hotels, roads, parks, bridges, and graveyards that local ghosts and goblins prefer. San Francisco Tours, Most Haunted, Graveyards, Goblin, Bay Area, Ghosts, Bridges, Roads, Parks

Loretta Bee on Instagram: “The Claremont #nofilter #tbt #spookyhotel #happyhalloween #boo💀👻💀”

7 Likes, 0 Comments - Loretta Bee (@lorettab99) on Instagram: “The Claremont #nofilter #tbt #spookyhotel #happyhalloween #boo💀👻💀”

Huntington Park's most striking feature is its superb fountain, a copy of Rome’s Fontana delle Tartarughe (“Fountain of the Turtles”). San Francisco Tours, Pacific Union, Huntington Park, Golden Gate Park, Ghost Tour, The Big Four, 17th Century, In The Heights, Rome

Spirits of the City: The Relics and Ruins and Huntington Park

Huntington Park's most striking feature is its superb fountain, a copy of Rome’s Fontana delle Tartarughe (“Fountain of the Turtles”). (Illustration by Paul Madonna) The 1906 earthquake and fire destr

THE CHOSEN FEW / S.'s exclusive clubs carry on traditions of fellowship, culture -- and discrimination - SFGate Central Pacific Railroad, Pacific Union, San Francisco Tours, San Francisco Art, Hell On Wheels, The Big Four, Stanford University, Carry On

THE CHOSEN FEW / S.F.'s exclusive clubs carry on traditions of fellowship, culture -- and discrimination

THE CHOSEN FEW / S.F.'s exclusive clubs carry on traditions of fellowship, culture -- and...

Architect and engineer : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive San Francisco Tours, Page Number, The Borrowers, Archive, Engineering, Internet, Writing, Free, Technology

Architect and engineer : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Architect and engineer : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

Stories of the Forgotten : Flora Somerton - Nob Hill's Famously False Urban Legend San Francisco Tours, Living In San Francisco, Flora Name, Fairmount Hotel, Powell Street, Ghost Bride, Engaged To Be Married, Last Halloween, Radio Stations

Flora Somerton - Nob Hill's Famously False Urban Legend

Last Halloween, when I was driving my son home from work, and happened to be switching radio stations, I heard the mention of a "lady in white" frequently sighted in Nob Hill, San Francisco. The name of this alleged specter was presumed to be Flora Somerton. The story relayed over the airwaves was brief but mentioned that the young lady mysteriously disappeared from a ball one night in 1876, only to be discovered 50 years later, dead in the same dress she had been seen wearing the night she…

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The ploy would go something like this: A San Franciscan, bent on a morbid curiosity,... San Francisco Tours, Curiosity, Anatomy, Museum, History, Heart, Historia, Museums, Hearts

One of SF's earliest cons was a fake doctor and his horrific 'museum of anatomy'

The ploy would go something like this: A San Franciscan, bent on a morbid curiosity,...

Chinatown tong wars – The San Francisco Examiner Shrimp Boy, San Francisco Tours, One Republic, East Bay, Happy Campers, Historian, Crime, War, Onerepublic

Chinatown tong wars - The San Francisco Examiner

Kwong Duck Tong member Ming Long was not a happy camper on that April day in 1875. He had just learned that Kum How, a prostitute known as “The Golden Peach,” had been passing the money he gave her to Low Sing of a rival gang, Suey Sing Tong. Ming waited outside Kum’s Ross Alley<a href=https://www.sfexaminer.com/news/chinatown-tong-wars/ style='padding-left:15px;color:#ff6666;'>Read more...</a>

Genealogy Resources at the Library Marriage Records, Marriage License, Native Americans In California, Domestic Partnership, San Francisco Tours, San Francisco State University, Military Records, Santa Clara County, Vital Records

Genealogy Resources at the Library

//sfpl.org/genealogy Circulating and library-use-only print collection of Genealogy Resources that can aid the amateur genealogist.

A guide to San Francisco’s many varieties of Victorians - Curbed SF San Francisco Tours, Walker House, Glen Park, Fort Mason, Folk Victorian, Mansard Roof, Pacific Heights, House Viewing, Roof Types

A guide to San Francisco’s many varieties of Victorians

This introduction will get you started on the city’s seemingly endless supply of buildings inspired during Queen Victoria’s reign.

12 Favorite San Francisco Bars That Are Long Gone (and the Good News) | Attitude Adjustment Hour Powell Street, San Francisco Tours, Mission District, Long Gone, Skid Row, North Beach, Union Square, Cool Bars, Back In The Day

12 Favorite San Francisco Bars That Are Long Gone (and the Good News)

San Francisco is a town that was built on bars. Saloons popped up almost as soon as settlers arrived, and a few of the originals (very few) have actually survived the constant change of our ever-ch…

Witches, warlocks, devil worshippers and underworld spawn, raise your goblets, for it was... Black Mass Ritual, Charles Manson Cult, Altar, Laveyan Satanism, Orgy Party, Frat Parties, Satanic Art, Strange History, History Facts

When the Devil lived in the Richmond

Witches, warlocks, devil worshippers and underworld spawn, raise your goblets, for it was...

During the 1980 presidential campaign, a notorious Hollywood satanist was linked to a plot to murder the third Kennedy brother, uncovered documents show. Senator Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, The Informant, San Francisco Tours, Liberal Tears, Jimmy Carter, High Priest, New Fox, Running For President

Satan, the FBI, the Mob—and the Forgotten Plot to Kill Ted Kennedy

During the 1980 presidential campaign, a notorious Hollywood satanist was linked to a plot to murder the third Kennedy brother, uncovered documents show.

Terrorists of the Mind: Remembering San Francisco's 1970s Cult Jonestown Massacre, Assistant District Attorney, Charles Manson, San Francisco Chronicle, Temple, 1970s, January

Terrorists of the Mind: Remembering San Francisco's 1970s Cult Hysteria

San Francisco has long been a hotbed for religious cults. But in the 1970s and early 1980s, the city's youth were under siege by cult leaders and the families willing to do anything to save them.

The strange tale of Emma LeDoux, whose strange relationships with men would lead her to... San Francisco Tours, Ledoux, Strange Tales, Black Widow, Relationships, Death, Men, Guys, Relationship

'The Trunk Murderess': The forgotten tale of California's first black widow killer

The strange tale of Emma LeDoux, whose strange relationships with men would lead her to...

The “Death Tape” – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple Jonestown Massacre, Time News, Newspaper Headlines, Foto Real, Time Magazine, Magazine Covers, Thing 1, Thats The Way, Criminal Minds

The “Death Tape” – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple

The “Death Tape” – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple

Rock Prosopography 101: 1859 Geary Blvd, San Francisco: The Geary Temple 1966-68 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco Tours, San Francisco Earthquake, Masonic Temple, Rock, Skirt, Locks, The Rock, Rock Music

1859 Geary Blvd, San Francisco: The Geary Temple 1966-68

The Geary Temple is a little-known rock venue on the 1800 block of Geary Boulevard, just two buildings away from the famed Fillmore auditorium. It was used for a number of curious shows in 1966, and once in 1967, and then a series of uses until it achieved infamy as the San Francisco headquarters of Jim Jones notorious Peoples Temple, who sadly committed mass suicide in Jonestown, Guyana on November 18, 1978. There were three significant buildings on the South (odd numbered) 1800 block of…

Plantation Inn at Lombard and Webster streets San Francisco Tours, Custom Classic Cars, Know The Truth, Citizen, Felt, Felting, Feltro

Operation Midnight Climax: How the CIA Dosed S.F. Citizens with LSD

Illustration by Rick Sealock. It's been over 50 years, but Wayne Ritchie says he can still remember how it felt to be dosed with acid.

Bummer and Lazarus were two famous stray dogs that lived in San Francisco in the 1860s. San Francisco Tours, Living In San Francisco, Stray Dog, Weird, California, Dogs, Animals, Animales, Animaux

Bummer and Lazarus - Weird California

Bummer and Lazarus were two famous stray dogs that lived in San Francisco in the 1860s.

“Inside Peoples Temple”: The New West article by Marshall Kilduff and Phil Tracy – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple San Francisco Tours, New West, Consideration, Temple, Alternative, Articles, Reading, News, Temples

“Inside Peoples Temple”: The New West article by Marshall Kilduff and Phil Tracy – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple

“Inside Peoples Temple”: The New West article by Marshall Kilduff and Phil Tracy – Alternative Considerations of Jonestown & Peoples Temple