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Revision as of 01:14, 21 January 2009

Unfinished History

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Mona Caron completed a double mural overlooking the Noe Valley Farmer's Market, in the Noe Valley Ministry Parking Lot every Saturday morning. Above is the callout with a look at historic Noe Valley, and following are a series of images of the two full size murals, and various details.

All Photos: Chris Carlsson

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This last image captures the big MayDay Immigrant march held on MayDay 2006, which proceeded on Mission Street at 24th. As a mural gracing 24th Street, Caron extended her subject matter to the Mission District as well, only a few blocks to the east.

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