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Established in the 1850's, the Jackson Brewing Company operated under the ownership of the Frederick family at this site from its completion in 1912 until the onset of Prohibition in 1919. James T. Ludlow, an engineer, designed this building brew …
Victoria Manalo Draves was the first Asian-American woman
to win an Olympic medal when she earned gold medals
in the 3-meter springboard and the 10-meter platform diving
competitions at the 1948 Olympics. Born in the South of
Market area to an…
This is the second oldest known continually operating Saloon location in San Francisco and a centerpiece of the Mission Dolores Neighborhood. On this site Francis Daneal's "bar-room" was listed in the 1858 edition of the San Francisco Registry. Ri…
On this site, the famous "49 Fourth Street" location of the United States Selective Service Induction Center, tens of thousands of San Franciscans and other Northern Californians were inducted into military service during World War II under the Se…
We lived in harmony with the planet for thousands of years. We respected the earth and we were thankful for all the gifts it gave us.
With the invasion of outsiders our lives were shattered. We were imprisoned, forced into slave labor and punis…
On May 12, 1848 Samuel Brannan rode through the streets of San Francisco waving a bottle of gold and yelling, "Gold! Gold! Gold from the American River!" Struck with gold fever, almost every resident headed for the foothills, beginning the greates…
This marker is composed of two plaques, one mounted on top of the other.
On this site was erectedthe firstSt. Ignatius Collegeand ChurchMay · 1855
Dedicated byThe Society of California PioneersMay 22, 1930
The original St. Ignatius…
Designed by Albert Pissis in 1896, the former Parrot Building that occupied this site housed the Emporium Department Store on the first two floors. Other tenants included the Supreme Court of California on the fifth floor. The building was renowne…
Philippine national hero and martyr stayed at the Palace Hotel from May 4 to 6, 1888 in the course of his only visit to the Unites States.
Imbued with a superior intellect and an intense love for his country, Dr. Rizal sought to gain freedom f…
Erected by the Citizens of San Francisco in Honor of the California Volunteers Spanish-American War 1898"First to the Front"