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Weekend Quiz #26: Where in the Lower Haight?

By Andrew Dudley - Published on September 19, 2010.
According to his website, color consultant Bob Buckter has been designing color palettes for exteriors all over San Francisco since the 1970s.

But where in the Lower Haight did Mr. Buckter leave his mark? Update 9/20/2010: We have winners, sort of! Commenters Diction Davies and Ben spotted a sign like this on Steiner between Haight and Page, while "Crazy Homeless Guy" spotted it a couple blocks north between Oak and Fell. However, we actually spotted this sign on the corner of Page and Pierce:
Looks like Bob Buckter is doing OK for himself, huh? Thanks to all our winners -- see you next weekend!
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