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The Lower Haight of Yesteryear, Part Two

By Andrew Dudley - Published on April 29, 2010.
Yesterday, we brought you a set of historical photos from the eastern half of the Lower Haight. Today we're heading west of Fillmore with an even larger set, including amazing pre-quake shots of a Duboce Park without dogs, Divisadero without gas stations, and perhaps most striking/eerie, street after street without a single tree. Enjoy.

Note: All old-timey photos courtesy of the San Francisco Public Library. The rest are haighteration's.
Haight St. at Pierce, facing east, 1927 vs. 2010
Haight and Scott St., northeast corner, 1960 vs. 2010
Waller St. at Pierce, facing west, 1927 vs. 2010
Duboce Park, facing west, 1904 vs. 2010
Page at Steiner, facing east, 1958 vs. 2010
Duboce Park, facing east, 1904 vs. 2010
Divisadero at Haight, facing north, 1944 vs. 2010
Divisadero and Fell, southeast corner, 1890 vs. 2010
Scott St. at Haight, facing south, 1927 vs. 2010
Haight St. at Scott, facing east, 1960 vs. 2010
Pierce St. at Haight, facing south, 1927 vs. 2010
Waller and Scott, northeast corner, 1925 vs. 2010
Page at Steiner, facing east, 1958 vs. 2010
Oak and Broderick, northeast corner, 1921 vs. 2010.
That's it! What do you think? Feeling nostalgic for simpler times? Or grateful for street lights and stop signs? Share your thoughts in the comments.
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