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          San Francisco History 1930 - 1965

          1931 – Roster of Motor Car Dealers
          1931 – Brief History of Chinatown by Jesse B. Cook
          1932 – Completion of the War Memorial Complex
          1932 – Debut of Carlton E. Morse’s “One Man’s Family”
          1933 – Women on the Musicians’ Union Board of Directors
          1934 – “Stamp Out Sinclairism”
          1934 – “Bloody Thursday” and the General Strike
          1934 – Musicians’ Union Report on the General Strike
          1934 – Coroner Leland Urges Gun Control
          1934 – Advertisement for Fong Wan, Chinese Herbalist
          1935 – “Century of Commerce”; Labor Strife Along The Embarcadero
          1935 – Early History of the Emporium Department Store
          1935 – China Clipper Lands at Wake Island
          1935 – Construction of the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges
          1936 – New San Francisco Mint to Soon Open
          1936 – U.S.S. California Passes Under the Golden Gate Bridge
          1937 – Joe Di Maggio: The new "Bambino,"
          1937 – Search Continues for Amelia Earhart
          1937 – U.S. Radiomen Comb Air For Signals From Amelia
          1937 – Dedication of New San Francisco Airport
          1937 – Dust Bowl Refugees Overwhelm California Relief Agencies
          1937 – Laurel Hill Burial Crypt of Samuel T. Woodworth
          1937 – House of Alarm Bells – Central Fire Alarm Station
          1937 – Barbary Coast Modernization Drive
          1938 – Labor Unions Condemn Nazi Bund Meeting
          1938 – Musicians’ Union Communist Menace
          1938 – “Harry Bridges, Communism and Deportation,”
          1938 – Shelley For State Senate
          1938 – Amelia Earhart – Prelude to Greatness
          1938 – Francis “Lefty” O’Doul Day at Seals’ Stadium
          1939 – Mare Island; Where the Pacific Fleet is Maintained
          1939 – Don Lee Television to Soon Come to San Francisco
          1939 – “Trails End for ’39ers” – Preparations for the World’s Fair
          1939 – Treasure Island World’s Fair Cartoon, by Lichty
          1939 – New Style of Architecture at Treasure Island
          1939 – Lighting the Treasure Island World’s Fair
          1939 – Sally Rand Nude Ranch at Treasure Island
          1939 – Mayor Rossi’s Labor Day Speech at Treasure Island
          1939 – Al Smith Day at Treasure Island
          1939 – “Flesh” Shows at The Gayway on Treasure Island
          1939 – New Hupp Skylark Automobile Arrives at the World’s Fair
          1939 – Map of the Fairgrounds (Large File)
          1939 – Pan American Airways’ Clipper Ships at Treasure Island
          1939 – Pan American Philippine Clipper Orders for the June 1 Flight from Treasure Island
          1939 – General Motors’ Vacationland Exhibition

          1939 – Treasure Island Fair Closes, by Tom Moriarity
          1939 – World’s Fair to Reopen in 1940
          1939 – Castro Street Cable Service May Soon End


          1940 – New Attractions for the Fair in '40
          1940 – ASCAP Cavalcade of Music at Treasure Island, by David A. Banks
          1940 – English-Language Newspaper for Chinatown
          1940 – European War Refugees Arrive in San Francisco
          1940 – New NBC Studios for San Francisco
          1941 – Buses to Replace Cable Cars – Tracks Removed
          1941 – Harry Bridges Accused of Communism
          1941 – Di Maggio Not Demanding $80,000
          1941 – Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in San Francisco
          1941 – New PG&E-City Hetch Hetchy Woes
          1940 –1941 Chronology of San Francisco War Events
          1941 – San Francisco Stars Entertain Troops at Fort Ord
          1941 – S.F. Collectors Boycott Hitler’s Stamps
          1941 – 20,000 Needed for Civil Defense Duty
          1941 – Women Replace Men Because of the Draft
          1941 – Instructions for Bombing and Gas Attacks
          1941 – Japanese War Planes Over San Francisco
          1942 – The Battle of Los Angeles
          1942 – Chronology of San Francisco War Events
          1942 – San Francisco–War City
          1942 – Ronald Reagan at Charlie Low's Forbidden City
          1942 – Gladys Bentley at Mona's 440 Club
          1942 – “News of the San Francisco 幸运彩app最新下载网址 Front,” by Dorothy Walker
          1942 – Bums Should Help the War Effort, by Hugh Randolph
          1942 – Navy to Lease Treasure Island “For the Duration”
          1942 – Navy Seizes Treasure Island
          1942 – Navy Seizes Hunters Point Neighborhood
          1942 – Evacuation of the Japanese from San Francisco
          1942 – Gila River Relocation Camp
          1942 – Excerpts from Gen. DeWitt's Final Report on the Evacuation of the Japanese
          1942 – Dorothea Lange Photographs the San Francisco Japanese Evacuation 1942 – Jeanette MacDonald Patriotic Concert at the War Memorial
          1942 – Dimout Regulation Controversy

          1942 – Western Addition Slum Clearance Studied
          1942 – Search for Missing Blimp Crew Abandoned
          1942 – Air Raid Instruction Card for Your 幸运彩app最新下载网址
          1942 – A Tunnel to the St. Francis Hotel
          1942 – Street Signs for Alaska
          1942 – New Canon Kip House Opens
          1943 – Chronology of San Francisco War Events
          1943 – A Stage Door Canteen for San Francisco
          1943 – Instructions for Air Raid Wardens
          1944 – “San Francisco Faces West, the City in Wartime,” by John Dos Passos
          1944 – Chronology of San Francisco War Events
          1945 – Chronology of San Francisco War Events
          1945 – Death of War Correspondent William Chickering
          1945 – RCA Negotiates the Capitulation of Japan
          1946 – Lu Watters Returns to the Dawn Club
          1949 – End of San Francisco Interurban Streetcar Service
          1951 – History of the Fire Alarm System by John J. O'Brien
          1953 – State Belt Railroad Operations
          1954 – Joe Di Maggio Marries Marilyn Monroe at City Hall
          1955 – Vast Ring of Military Bases Around Bay Area
          1957 – “Worst Earthquake Since 1906”
          by Dwight Newton

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