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Neon Paradise, San Francisco, CA 1959 | Check out the sea of… | Flickr

Neon Paradise, San Francisco, CA 1959 | Check out the sea of… | Flickr

Intersection of Grant Avenue and Sacramento Street in Chinatown, 1950

18 photos of San Francisco in the beatnik 1950s

Intersection of Grant Avenue and Sacramento Street in Chinatown, 1950

Tower Avenue - the main 'drag' in SUPERIOR, Wisconsin - did my undergrad here. - See also: http://www.uwsuper.edu/

Tower Avenue - the main 'drag' in SUPERIOR, Wisconsin - did my undergrad here. - See also: http://www.uwsuper.edu/

In 1900, San Francisco’s Chinatown was quarantined with barbed wire fences

In 1900, San Francisco's Chinatown was quarantined with barbed wire fences

In 1900, San Francisco’s Chinatown was quarantined with barbed wire fences

San Francisco, c. 1905. Amazing to think this is what it looked like to my grandpa when he rode his bike around town as a kid before the big quake...wow!

San Francisco, c. 1905. Amazing to think this is what it looked like to my grandpa when he rode his bike around town as a kid before the big quake...wow!

Chinatown, San Francisco, CA

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Chinatown, San Francisco, CA

San Francisco Chinatown Ghost Walking Tour - San Francisco | Viator

San Francisco Chinatown Ghost Walking Tour - San Francisco | Viator

Stored in a bank vault, Arnold Genthe's Chinatown photos survived the disaster. Many others were lost.

Rare photos of San Francisco's Chinatown, before the earthquake

Stored in a bank vault, Arnold Genthe's Chinatown photos survived the disaster. Many others were lost.

In this Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015 photo, people make their way past a Chinatown bank in San Francisco. The best plan for tackling San Francisco’s Chinatown is no plan at all. Simply wandering the wide streets and narrow alleys will take you where you need to go. Photo: Eric Risberg, AP / AP

In this Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015 photo, people make their way past a Chinatown bank in San Francisco. The best plan for tackling San Francisco’s Chinatown is no plan at all. Simply wandering the wide streets and narrow alleys will take you where you need to go. Photo: Eric Risberg, AP / AP

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