A Dream Realized

Written by architectural historian Michael Corbett and photographed by me, the survey nominating the Tenderloin to the National Register of Historic Places has been accepted and approved by the National Park Service. On 05 February 2009, the Uptown Tenderloin Historic District was listed in the National Register of Historic Places; #08001407 in the weekly list of actions taken on properties: 02 Feb 09 through 06 Feb 09.

500e block O'Farrell St.

“500e block O’Farrell Street”

The entire set of survey photos submitted to the National Park Service can be seen here.

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One response to “A Dream Realized

  1. Very cool. And very cool slide show. The buildings are gorgeous.

    Hello! Thanks and welcome back! In case you didn’t notice, you’ve been missed by many.

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