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  1. From the album: SojournerSF

    For use with The Sojourner of San Francisco: LTR/03: Loop the Loop, Nostalgia Divide by Zero The 1903 monument in Union Square is dedicated to Admiral George Dewey for his victory in Spanish-American War. The goddess Nike atop is modeled after San Francisco’s famous socialite Alma de Bretteville Spreckels, a prominent art patron. Spreckels’s other legacy in San Francisco includes California Palace of Legion of Honor museum, and Maritime Museum. Just behind Union Square, between Apple Store and Grand Hyatt Hotel is San Francisco Fountain (not shown) created by Ruth Asawa. Asawa is most famous for her wicker basket sculptures.

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  2. From the album: SojournerSF

    For use with The Sojourner of San Francisco: LTR/01: You Don’t Have to Be a Stranger, Says the Awkward Turtle Golden Gate Bridge is 1.7 miles long. Each tower is 746 feet above water. Construction started on January 5, 1933, and the Art Deco icon of San Francisco opened on May 27, 1937. It costed $23.8 million (about $1.64 billion in today’s dollar). When it opened it was the longest single-span suspension bridge in the world. It was considered an impossible task due the gusty wind of Golden Gate Strait. The Summer fog usually won’t scatter until afternoon, and it will descend to the Fort ground around dusk, obscuring the view of the beautiful red truss arch just above it. The famous saying, “the coldest Winter is Summer in San Francisco” is definitely true, so bring layered clothing if you’re visiting.

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  3. From the album: SojournerSF

    For use with The Sojourner of San Francisco: LTR/02: Pick Up Where We Left Off, or AKA, a New Beginning? Sutro Baths was the largest indoor swimming pool when it was completed in 1896. It could accommodate 10,000 visitors at once, and the 1.7 million gallons of water could be filled by Pacific Ocean in one hour. There used to be Sky Tram that ran from nearby Cliff House, took you above Seal Rocks and landed on Point Lobos just above. Just like the Baths itself, was a commercial failure. After the fire consumed it in 1966, it was left as a ruin and never got rebuilt. The stairs connect Sutro Baths to Lands End Lookout, which offers a spectacular view of this romantic ruin. There is even a tunnel near the end of the Baths to explore! The sunset anywhere near is the best.

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  4. From the album: SojournerSF

    For use with The Sojourner of San Francisco: LTR/03: Loop the Loop, Nostalgia Divide by Zero In the corner of Broadway and Columbus is the San Francisco Designated Landmark, City Lights Bookstore. The independent bookstore was under national spotlight in 1957 due to its role in the publishing and retailing of the Allen Gingsberg’s Howl and Other Poems, which was charged under obscenity law for using direct language describing homosexual acts. The trial sets the precedent that a book with “redeeming social importance” is guaranteed of [U.S. Constitution] First Amendment protection. Vesuvio Café is famous for being the gathering place of many Beat Generation poets, including Allen Gingsberg, Jack Kerouac, and other celebrities like Bob Dylan and Francis Ford Coppola. The shared path between City Lights and Vesuvio is Kerouac Alley (after the Beat poet), which hosts many interesting murals.

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