Throwback Thursday: San Francisco 1964 by Arthur Tress

Thursday Mar 15 2012

Over at Feature we have a lot of love for the city of San Francisco. From culture, food, art, design, historic events, controversy,  and anything else the city has to offer we appreciate. We'd like to dedicate  this 'Throwback Thursday' to 'Frisco. We'd also like to thank Arthur Tress for capturing San Francisco so beautifully in 1964. It's pretty safe to say San Fran was the place to be worldwide in 1964. Arthur Tress is honored with his photographs displayed at a exhibition at de Young Museum in San Francisco. If you're in the bay area stop by while you can. March 3, 2012 - June 3, 2012 is the exhibition life for Mr. Tress' work. Thank you San Francisco, Arthur Tress, and de Young Fine Arts Museum!  Enjoy these vintage film photographs of the city in its prime for this 'Throwback Thursday'.

San Francisco in 1964 by Arthur Tress (Currently displayed at an exhibition at de Young Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco, CA)

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