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Latest revision as of 15:13, 17 June 2014

Unfinished History

Sunset$twin-peaks-photo.jpg

The view from Twin Peaks is world famous. Under the Burnham Plan of 1905 a straight boulevard would have ascended all the way to the top, but after the earthquake of 1906, the Burnham Plan was buried by events.

Photo: Chris Carlsson

Burnham-stairs-castro-to-twinpeaks.jpg

Stairs ascend from the Castro to Twin Peaks under proposed Burnham Plan

Sunset$twin-peaks$1906 itm$1906-view-of-downtown.jpg

The famous view from Twin Peaks, here in 1906 a month after the big earthquake.

Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA

1906 Twin-Peaks-vw-downtown.jpg

Close-up of 1906 view from Twin Peaks

Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA

Twin-peaks-tourist-view.jpg

Classic tourist view of city from Twin Peaks, 1998.

Photo: Marina McDougal

From-twin-peaks-april08 0861.jpg

View from south peak of Twin Peaks, April 2008, with California poppies in foreground.

Photo: Chris Carlsson


July-1957-and-January-2007-from-Twin-Peaks.jpg

1957 photo: Charles Cushman Collection: Indiana University Archives (P09400)

2007 photo: Chris Carlsson


July-6-09-and-March-5-1955-Market-and-downtown-from-Twin-Peaks-P07658.jpg

View from Twin Peaks

top: March 5, 1955; bottom: July 6, 2009.

1955 photo: Charles Cushman Collection: Indiana University Archives (P07658)

2009 photo: Chris Carlsson

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