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A Travel Guide to San Francisco in the 1960s

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Whether you choose to call San Francisco "The City," "Fog City," or "Quake City," everyone is welcome this coming summer. It is 1967 and in addition to the standard tourist attractions of the Golden Gate Bridge, the cable cars, and Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco anticipates the arrival of thousands of Hippies for a summer of rock and roll bands in Golden Gate Park, psych ...more
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A cute, concise little history/travelogue of San Francisco from the perspective of the 1960s. I picked it up from the library as part of my research for a writing project, and it's a pretty good introduction. There's also good references/further reading in the back.
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