Yes, selecting the crabs for a local's nightly hot meal - this is a big part of daily life in San Francisco, with our great masses of fresh-off-the-boat Italian immigrants greeting us every evening at Fisherman's Wharf, bringing their "old country fisherman" ways to the New World:
Beautiful shot of Union Square as it looked in the 1960s:
Whoa - watch out tourists, it's the "Crookedest Street in the World!!"
I checked for you - these guys haven't been taking reservations for at least 60 years:
These next two came to my Grandmother from the San Francisco Treasure Island World's Fair in 1939:
The most iconic image of San Francisco - it's still a pretty big deal for those of us who pay $6 to traverse it from time to time:
This is the newly-created Broadway Tunnel, taking locals into the sin and vice of North Beach and Chinatown: