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'''Southeast view, c. 1890s, across lower Castro, the Mission with Potrero Hill in distance. Market and 17th Sts. are in foreground. [[Dolores_Park-Manhattanization|Today's Dolores Park]], then a [[Jewish Cemetary|Jewish Cemetery]], is a small park area just above the center of the photo.'''  
 
'''Southeast view, c. 1890s, across lower Castro, the Mission with Potrero Hill in distance. Market and 17th Sts. are in foreground. [[Dolores_Park-Manhattanization|Today's Dolores Park]], then a [[Jewish Cemetary|Jewish Cemetery]], is a small park area just above the center of the photo.'''  
  
''Photo: Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA''
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''Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA''
  
 
[[Image:BVSEVW86.jpg|720px|thumb]]
 
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'''Somewhat wider view, c. 1880s, cemetery where Dolores Park is now, Islais Creek wetlands in distance.'''
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'''Somewhat wider view, c. 1880s, cemetery where Dolores Park is now, [[Islais Creek Remembered|Islais Creek wetlands]] in distance, [[Gray Brothers Quarry at Corona Heights|Corona Heights]] in right foreground.'''
  
''Photo: Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA''
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''Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA''
  
 
[[Dolores_Park_-_1906|More Dolores Park]]
 
[[Dolores_Park_-_1906|More Dolores Park]]

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Castro1$lower-castro-and-mission.jpg

Southeast view, c. 1890s, across lower Castro, the Mission with Potrero Hill in distance. Market and 17th Sts. are in foreground. Today's Dolores Park, then a Jewish Cemetery, is a small park area just above the center of the photo.

Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA

BVSEVW86.jpg

Somewhat wider view, c. 1880s, cemetery where Dolores Park is now, Islais Creek wetlands in distance, Corona Heights in right foreground.

Photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA

More Dolores Park


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