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San Francisco entrepreneur and sports advocate who worked within the City's bar culture to create social activism
First openly gay major league baseball player whose raised hand, after a home run, led to the invention of the high five. Glenn Burke
Respected Zuni lhamana, or two spirit, accomplished potter, weaver and cultural ambassador of the Zuni nation
Though the water mains were broken and dry on April 18, 1906 yet from this GREENBERG hydrant on the following night there came a stream of water allowing the firemen to save the Mission District. DEDICATED to Chief Dennis Sullivan and the men w…
Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Father of Mexican Independence 1753-1811 The liberation of Mexico, after 300 years of domination by Spain, started on September 16, 1810, in the town of Dolores in what is now the state of Guanajuato, Mexico. Miguel …
Muslim entertainer and martyred political activist who fought to have a free and open society for Iran, his homeland, and for people everywhere فریدون فرخزاد
Noted politician and civil rights leader, widely considered to be the first openly lesbian representative elected to the United States Congress
Army veteran, drag performer, politcal activist, first openly gay candidate for public office in the world, founder of the Imperial Court System Jose Sarria
Japanese-Americas human rights activist and founder of the Critical Path Project, one of the earliest resources for information about HIV research and treatment
Established in the 1850's, the Jackson Brewing Company operated under the ownership of the Frederick family at this site from its completion in 1912 until the onset of Prohibition in 1919. James T. Ludlow, an engineer, designed this building brew …
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