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Telegraph Hill Dwellers

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Telegraph Hill Dwellers

P.O. Box 330159

San Francisco, California, 94133

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1954, the Telegraph Hill Dwellers (THD) is one of the oldest, largest, and most widely respected neighborhood organizations in the nation. During its nearly six decades of existence, THD has led the way to celebrate, beautify, and protect San Franci...more

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Telegraph Hill Dwellers - Oral Histories

David Myrick


V. Traverso Co. - Rainbow Stores: The First San Francisco Grocery Co-op

David F. Myrick has long had an interest in the history and geography of the western United States which began when he learned that one of his ancestors left Vermont in 1850 by covered wagon to come to San Francisco.
Living on Telegraph Hill for almost three decades, he shared his enthusiasm for this special place with his neighbors. After serving for five years as editor and publisher of the neighborhood journal Telegraph Hill (no The Semaphore), he wrote the history of the hill. Contents include: The Place; The History; The Marine Telegraph; The People; The German Castle and the Cable Car Line; Early Quarries and the Sea Wall; The Gray Brothers, Incredible Quarrymen; Pioneer Park; Coit Tower; Telegraph Hill in Print; North-South Streets: Sansome and Battery, Calhoun, Montgomery, Kearny, Grant, Stockton, Washington Square; East-West Streets: Broadway, Vallejo, Green, Union, Alta, Filbert, Greenwich, Lombard, Chestnut, Francisco and Bay; Streets of the Past Donors of Pioneer Park; Streets of the Past. David F. Myrick | Howell-North Books


Rainbow Food Stores: The First San Francisco Grocery Co-op - The Locations

David F. Myrick
Howell-North Books 1050 Parker Street Berkeley, California 94710 David F. Myrick has long had an interest in the history and geography of the western United States which began when he learned that one of his ancestors left Vermont in 1850 by covered wagon to come to San Francisco. Living on Telegraph Hill for almost three decades, he shared his enthusiasm for this special place with his neighbors. After serving for five years as editor and publisher of the neighborhood journal Telegraph Hill (no The Semaphore), he wrote the history of the hill.


http://www.citylights.com/book/?GCOI=87286100111920&fa=author&person_id=5058

David F. Myrick
David F. Myrick David F. Myrick has long had an interest in the history and geography of the western United States which began when he learned that one of his ancestors left Vermont in 1850 by covered wagon to come to San Francisco. Living on Telegraph Hill for almost three decades, he shared his enthusiasm for this special place with his neighbors. After serving for five years as editor and publisher of the neighborhood journal Telegraph Hill (no The Semaphore), he wrote the history of the hill.


San Francisco's Telegraph Hill (author page)

David F. Myrick David F. Myrick has long had an interest in the history and geography of the western United States which began when he learned that one of his ancestors left Vermont in 1850 by covered wagon to come to San Francisco.Living on Telegraph Hill for almost three decades, he shared his enthusiasm for this special place with his neighbors.After serving for five years as editor and publisher of the neighborhood journal Telegraph Hill (no The Semaphore), he wrote the history of the hill. San Francisco's Telegraph HillDavid F. MyrickThe City Lights Foundation has collaborated with the Telegraph Hill Dwellers Association to update and reprint David Myrick's classic Telegraph Hill, a beautiful, lavishly illustrated book that is an invaluable community resource documenting the story ...


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