Source: California State Library

Old City Hall, circa 1900.

San Francisco’s urban fabric has undergone many changes since I first began documenting the central city back in 2003. Signs removed, buildings razed; much has simply disappeared. Soon, even more will vanish. With this in mind, I have reviewed my old material to see just how much of it needs to be updated. Unsurprisingly, there is much to be done, for not only has the City changed, but my writing and photography have also evolved. For starters, I have completely rewritten and expanded my piece about Marshall Square. I hope you enjoy it.

City Hall

“City Hall” (2011)


Filed under Mid-Market

2 responses to “Evolution

  1. Cheryl Rody

    As always, very informative article and great photos! I always enjoy your posts. Take good care.

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