- Random photos
Construction of the Army Street sewer in 1923; Holladay and Wright streets in the background.
Mission at Virginia in the 1920s. The Graywood Hotel (now the 3300 Club) is the domed building on the left.
51-65 Peralta Avenue in 1920.
48 Cortland, recently confirmed (Nov. 2011) as an earthquake shack.
Alemany Farmers' Market: History of Bernal Heights' farmers' market, the oldest in the city.
Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema: Free summer series showcasing the work of local filmmakers.
Bernal Hill Realty: Information beyond homes for sale -- history, stories, and news.
Bernalwood: Bernal-related history, art, culture, business, politics, and news.
Burrito Justice: Maps, research, and historical exploration of La Lengua (which abuts Bernal and the Mission flats).
Archives, Databases, and Libraries
Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley: Books, manuscripts, photos, and maps
California Historical Society: Exhibitions, events, and research via the North Baker Research Library.
The California Ephemera Project: An online catalog linking the ephemera collections of California Historical Society; the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society; the San Francisco Public Library; and the Society of California Pioneers.
FoundSF: San Francisco's historical wiki.
SF Genealogy: Free access to city directories, maps, newspaper stories, obituaries, and other resources.
San Francisco History Center at the San Francisco Public Library, main branch: The official archives for the city of San Francisco. Limited visiting hours, but note that a lot of the collection is viewable online.
San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection: Housed in the SFPL's History Center. Many images are viewable online.
San Francisco History Association: Events, presentations, and walking tours.
San Francisco Museum and Historical Society: Monthly programs, fund-raisers, and presentations.
Sutro Library: Genealogical research for the Western states.
The Oral History Association: Resources and advice on recording, transcribing, and preserving oral history interviews.
Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley: Archival oral histories for the Western states.