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'''<font face = arial light> <font color = maroon> <font size = 3>Unfinished History</font></font> </font>'''
  
'''Calhoun Terrace just east of Montgomery Street at the end of Union Street, 1999. This house probably dates to the 1860s, and might be the one in the middle of this older picture.'''
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'''Calhoun Terrace just east of Montgomery Street at the end of Union Street, 2012. The blue house probably dates to the 1860s, and might be the one second from the right in the older picture below.'''
  
== Calhoun Terrace at the end of Union Street as seen in 1999 and earlier in the century. ==
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''Photo: Chris Carlsson''
  
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'''View North-East from Calhoun Terrace.'''
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'''Calhoun Terrace, c. 1860s. This slope is long gone due to [[Saving Telegraph Hill 1890-1918|quarrying]] below.'''
  
Contributors to this page include:
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''Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA''
  
''Carlsson,Chris - Photographer-Artist ''
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[[Image:Calhoun-Terrace-from-below-2012 0005.jpg]]
  
Carlsson,Chris - Photographer-Artist
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'''View of Calhoun Terrace from Sansome and Green below, decades after quarrying ended, but left little of the original Calhoun, now a cement platform.'''
  
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Latest revision as of 14:28, 16 June 2014

Unfinished History

Calhoun-and-union-northward-2012 0127.jpg

Calhoun Terrace just east of Montgomery Street at the end of Union Street, 2012. The blue house probably dates to the 1860s, and might be the one second from the right in the older picture below.

Photo: Chris Carlsson

Calhoun-1860s.jpg

Calhoun Terrace, c. 1860s. This slope is long gone due to quarrying below.

Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA

Calhoun-Terrace-from-below-2012 0005.jpg

View of Calhoun Terrace from Sansome and Green below, decades after quarrying ended, but left little of the original Calhoun, now a cement platform.

Photo: Chris Carlsson


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