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Latest revision as of 12:16, 29 June 2020

Unfinished History

Streetcar-Track-Reconstruction-on-Mission-Between-21st-and-22nd-Streets-View-of-Finished-Track-Work July-27-1936 U16043.jpg

Streetcar track reconstruction on Mission from 22nd Street, July 27, 1936.

Photo: SFMTA photo archive U16043


22nd and Mission 1950s.jpg

22nd and Mission Streets, 1950s.


Mission-St-south-from-22nd 1215 Chuck-Gould.jpg

22nd and Mission looking north, c. 1966.

Photo: © Chuck Gould, all rights reserved.


22nd-and-Mission-2013 4477.jpg

22nd and Mission, summer morning, 2013.

Photo: Chris Carlsson


22nd-and-Mission-Oct-2016 173942.jpg

22nd and Mission, Oct. 2016, after a fire burned down the old Mission Market at 22nd earlier in 2016, and the new Vida condominium building is finished, and the New Mission Theater has been refurbished and reopened as a franchise of the Alamo Drafthouse. This might be one of the best corners to see the unfolding of gentrification in the Mission in a rather short time.

Photo: Chris Carlsson


Mission and 22nd 1924 AAB-4630.jpg

Northerly view on Mission at 22nd, 1924.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library


Mission and 22nd Dec 11 1926 AAB-9520.jpg

Mission and 22nd, northwest corner, December 11, 1926.

Photo: San Francisco History Center, SF Public Library


New-Mission-Theater-1960s.jpg

New Mission Theater and Giant Value, c. 1970s.

Photo: Shaping San Francisco


Mission-St-south-from-22nd-with-old-man-walking-across 1214 Chuck-Gould.jpg

22nd and Mission looking north, c. 1966.

Photo: © Chuck Gould, all rights reserved.


Mission-and-22nd-corner-w-wig-stylist 1213 Chuck-Gould.jpg

22nd and Mission looking east at wig stylists, c. 1966.

Photo: © Chuck Gould, all rights reserved.


Mission-Street-black-family 1466 Chuck-Gould.jpg

Mission Street between 22nd and 23rd, c. 1966

Photo: © Chuck Gould, all rights reserved.


Mission-street-passing-stn-wagon-Newberrys-and-Woolworths-and-Masonic-Temple 1465 Chuck-Gould.jpg

Mission Street between 22nd and 23rd, c. 1966

Photo: © Chuck Gould, all rights reserved.


Mission-Street-south-from-near-23rd-El-Tico-Nica vertical 1464 Chuck-Gould.jpg

Mission Street between 22nd and 23rd, c. 1966

Photo: © Chuck Gould, all rights reserved.

Mission-Market-22nd-and-Mission-January-2008 6037.jpg

The old Mission Market at 22nd and Mission, January 2008, some years before it burned up twice and became a vacant lot around 2016.

Photo: Chris Carlsson

Shotwellsanfran.jpeg

In the early 1990s punk bands began holding shows on the sidewalk at 22nd and Mission in front of the Leed's shoe store, taking the moniker from the old Who album, "Live at Leeds."

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/iFGRwn19928" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Much loved local band "Rube Waddell" playing 'Live at Leeds' on November 11, 2006.

Video: Chris Carlsson