Take a unique trip back in San Francisco time at the ‘San Francisco History Days’ held every year in March. Here, History enthusiast dress up in authentic period clothing to add to the atmosphere. There are many booths that represent Historical organizations and museums all over the Bay area. Mostly in SF. My favorite booth was the Pacific Bus Museum sense I have already have been there in Fremont. There were representatives from all over. This is a great resource for researching History, locations, actors, etc. there are endless possibilities all at the Old Mint, which is a vault as a perfect setting. “…dozens of organizations celebrating and telling the stories of the City’s unique past. We invite you to meet community historians, archivists, genealogists, archaeologists, researchers, educators, re-enactors, and other history enthusiasts at this FREE, all-ages weekend event at the historic site.’ (List of 2018 exhibitors)
Here is a little teaser video of what it’s like on the inside.
Some of my favorite I’ll be looking more into…
Alameda Museum, Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, Art Deco Society of California, Bernal History Project, Buffalo Soldiers of Northern California, California Historical Society, California Preservation Foundation, Colma Historical Association, Doggie Diner Heads, Friends of Civil War Alcatraz, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Native Daughters of the Golden West, Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum & Edison Theater, Presidio Historical Association, San Francisco Black Film Festival, San Francisco Cable Car Museum, San Francisco City Guides, San Francisco History Association, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, San Francisco Maritime Park Association, SFMTA Photo Archive, Shaping San Francisco/Foundsf.org, Society for Aviation History, Treasure Island Museum, United States Mint, World War One Historical Association
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