88 Fifth Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, 2013
A LITERARY LOVE AFFAIR WITH SAN FRANCISCO
“Every person in San Francisco inhabits and knows his own San Francisco.” -- William Saroyan
TUESDAY, MARCH 12 - 7:30PM
The Old Mint 5th and Mission streets
San Franciscans love their city. Kathryn Ayers, a publications specialist, will involve you in a literary
love affair with your favorite city, gloriously illustrated with vintage postcards and ephemera, including
the emotional effect of the devastating 1906 Earthquake, tales of first-generation American children
struggling to balance new-world customs, and a success story of a man who escaped a war-torn country
to become a famous local restaurateur.
Parking available at the Fifth & Mission Street Garage.
Bring your friends and neighbors and introduce them to SFMHS and all we have to offer them! Reservations not required. For more information, visit the website: www.sfhistory.org, or call (415) 537-1105. Programs will be preceded by a 7pm reception. SFMHS programs are free for members; $10 non-members. Free/SFMHS members; $10 non-members