Aug. 16, 1989: It's rare that you come across a view of a cable car or Golden Gate Bridge that you've never seen before. The Chronicle's Jason M. Grow captured this unique photo of the Powell St. cable car turnaround by climbing up into the Flood Building - a structure historic in its own right. (One of the few buildings east of Van Ness that survived the 1906 Earthquake and fire.) This turnaround is just two blocks from the Chronicle building.
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Skateboarders in San Francisco skate on "The Pipe," a location kept secret so police don't shut it down. Dec. 4, 1976. Photographer: Gary Fong Framed and unframed options. Watermark is removed...
People walk along Ocean Beach on a sunny day on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 in San Francisco, California. Photographer: Gabrielle Lurie Framed and unframed options. Watermark is removed for final print. Unframed: Each...
After a couple hours of surfing, Jason Welch of San Francisco walks with his board down Ocean Beach in San Francisco, Calif., on Wednesday, May 13, 2020. Photographer: Scott Strazzante...
Social distancing circles, painted by San Francisco's Recreation and Parks Department, in Dolores Park on Saturday, May 23, 2020, in San Francisco, Calif. The 10-foot circles, which are eight-feet apart...