Lot 431 of 541:
Bird's-eye view of 3rd & King in S.F.  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$300
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Proposed Improvement for Control of Traffic Aerial View, 3rd St., Between Townsend & Berry St.


San Francisco

Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineers

Nov. 1942


Blue-line bird's-eye view. 47x72 cm (18½x28¼") plus wide margins.

Bird's-eye view of the bustling Third Street corridor at the close of the first year of America's involvement in the Second World War with the heavy demands brought on the infrastructure of the San Francisco Bay Area, showing among other features the train station serving both passengers and freight, "Unimproved Property" at Third and King where ATT Park, home to the three-time world champion San Francisco Giants, now stands, the edge of Pier 56, etc. There are numerous vehicles depicted, may being trucks, and arrows are drawn on the streets to show the desired flow. At lower right is a location map showing the area surrounding the view. No copies are listed in OCLC/WorldCat.

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