June 28, 2007
Snapshots around Nob Hill

“San Francisco was not just a wide open town. It is the only city in the United States which was not settled overland by the westward–spreading puritan tradition. . .
It had been settled mostly, in spite of the romances of the overland migration, by gamblers, prostitutes, rascals, immigrants, and fortune seekers who came across the Isthmus and around the Horn. They had their faults, but they were not influenced by Cotton Mather. “

Kenneth Rexroth, Beat poet










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