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It was quiet on Shotwell Street in the early hours of a Sunday morning. A few lamps glowed behind curtains in the Victorians lining the block, their residents getting ready for bed, or already asleep. The hustle of Valencia Street, with only 10 minutes until the bars closed, was too far away to hear, but Lyft drivers cruised through the four-way stops, taking revelers home after an evening out. While the rest of the city was settling in for the night, for some, the work day was just starting. On Shotwell, two young women in their 20s laughed as they strolled down the middle of the street, car headlights illuminating their miniskirts and tall heels.
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The building was constructed as an armory and arsenal for the United States National Guard in — and designed with a castle -like appearance in a Moorish Revival style. The Armory was built on part of the site of Woodward's Gardens — , a zoo, aquarium, art museum, and amusement park which covered two city blocks, bounded by Mission, Valencia, 13th, and 15th Streets. The Armory served as a stronghold and rallying point for the National Guard in their suppression of the San Francisco General Strike an event known as "Bloody Thursday". From the s through the s, the Mission Armory served as San Francisco's primary sports venue, eventually earning the nickname "the Madison Square Garden of the West.
This photo was taken in the s. Pacific Street was, briefly, the city's top nightlife district. It opened in as the Gaiety. Courtesy of OpenSFHistory.