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'''Tool and Die business on brick wall near First Street and Mission.'''
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''Photo: Chris Carlsson, 2007''
 
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Revision as of 00:54, 2 June 2020

Unfinished History

As San Francisco undergoes endless gentrification and explosive growth of new office towers and business parks, occasionally the deconstruction process that removes old buildings reveals glimpses of fading signs of yesteryear. Here are a few snapshots taken during the early 21st century, ghosts of 20th century businesses long gone.

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Tool and Die business on brick wall near First Street and Howard.

Photo: Chris Carlsson, 2007

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Steam Shovel services on this downtown wall.

Photo: Chris Carlsson, 2007

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Carnation Mush ad on Market near Franklin.

Photo: Chris Carlsson, 2013

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Shoe Findings at SF Tool Co., Inc., Folsom Street north of 24th Street.

Photo: Chris Carlsson, 2007

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