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#ThrowbackThursday to @flySFO in 1942: http://t.co/rr8szFgGW5 #sfhistory #avgeek

This tweet was posted on March 19, 2015.
 

Market St. from above in 1924: http://t.co/4dt7IjUWJj #tbt #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on October 30, 2014.
 

Part One of installation is underway! #WhenArtRocked #music #posters #sfhistory http://t.co/xFQNHCSwsI

This tweet was posted on September 19, 2014.
 

.@KarlTheFog: disappointing Bay Area aerial photographers since forever: http://t.co/ROEdXFegRR #ThrowbackThursday #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on June 04, 2015.
 

An airport along the Embarcadero? It could have happened... http://t.co/jOoC0vpoXA #tbt #1927 #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on February 05, 2015.

A #PanAm Douglas DC-7 soars over San Francisco in the 1950s. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on December 18, 2015.
 

#Tbt to #GoldenGatePark and @deyoungmuseum on a clear and beautiful day around 1922! http://t.co/VnSsH3QRC8 #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on April 30, 2015.
 

The iconic Sing Fat Co. Building, built post-1906 earthquake, helped revitalize a devastated Chinatown: http://t.co/a5phdRjr5m #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on July 25, 2014.

S. H. Page, mechanical engineer, & aerial photographer, documented San Francisco circa 1920. #SFHistory #NPS100

This tweet was posted on August 25, 2016.
 

Learn about @flySFO's fascinating history at a #free talk tonight at 6pm, via @SSFLibrary. Details: http://t.co/LotLugU9UQ #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on March 31, 2015.

San Francisco's timeless attractions still draw tourists from around the world to our fabulous city. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on August 12, 2016.

See more photos taken by Stanley Henry Page of San Francisco in the 1920s: https://t.co/QkmwZiXShC #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on December 12, 2015.

Stanley Henry Page, mechanical engineer and photographer, took amazing aerial photos of SF in the 1920s. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on December 11, 2015.
 

240 years ago today, Spanish explorers reached San Francisco and founded the modern city https://t.co/lUKSao8DfZ via @SFGate #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on March 28, 2016.

Aerial photographer & aviation engineer, S. H. Page, used a huge camera to photograph SF circa 1920. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on July 22, 2016.

1920s Noe Valley, San Francisco. Taken by Stanley H. Page, a mechanical engineer & aerial photographer. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on March 18, 2016.

How many SF landmarks can you name from this 1950 map distributed by Philippine Air Lines? #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on August 12, 2016.

The United Air Lines Ticket office opened in the 1930s on the northwest corner of Union Square. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on March 25, 2016.

This colorful postcard from circa 1935 features the #PanAm M-130 China Clipper with SF in the background. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on February 12, 2016.

In 1911, an Aviation Meet was held at Selfridge Field, the present site of @ShopsAtTanforan near @flySFO. #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on March 04, 2016.
 

Read the entire Official Souvenir Program for a 1911 Aviation Meet held at Selfridge Field, near @flySFO. https://t.co/210mGhDLyE #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on March 04, 2016.

The #Remler Company manufactured radio receivers in downtown San Francisco for more than three decades. #RadioSFO #OnTheRadio #Radio #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on May 01, 2018.
 

The Ferry Building is a familiar face as French aviator Hubert Latham soars over downtown SF in 1911: http://t.co/L3CvQ2wNOo #tbt #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on April 23, 2015.

Radio courtesy of Jaime Arbona. "On the Radio" is on display, post-security, in Terminal 3. https://t.co/1nHbV738Te #RadioSFO #OnTheRadio #Radio #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on May 01, 2018.

Did you know that in the 1960s, there was a heliport next to the Ferry Building in San Francisco? #SFhistory

This tweet was posted on May 20, 2016.
 

Mills Field rolled out the red carpet for Charles Lindbergh & The Spirit of St. Louis OTD in 1927! http://t.co/2dQBwDTArO #avgeek #sfhistory

This tweet was posted on September 16, 2014.

A rare look at the first two the administration buildings at the SFO site, built in 1927 & 1937. #TBT #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on January 21, 2016.

This circa 1915 photograph of SF Bay was taken by aerial photographer, mechanical engineer, and earlier aviator, Stanley H. Page. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on December 16, 2016.

Construction on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge began #onthisday in 1933. Have you ever traveled across the Bay Bridge? #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on July 08, 2018.

Can you spot the famous name listed here, in the second logbook for Mills Field Airport from 1928? #TBT #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on February 11, 2016.

This c. 1936 postcard features a rendering of the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge superimposed on a photographic image of SF. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on January 27, 2017.

Happy 80th birthday to San Francisco's most famous landmark! Have you ever been to the Golden Gate Bridge? #HBD #GGB80 #SFHistory @GGBridge

This tweet was posted on May 27, 2017.
 

Amazing film of stunt & night flying at the 1915 #PPIE, as well as of the whole expo! http://t.co/J0j9z4mFqr #PPIE100 #sfhistory #avgeek

This tweet was posted on April 03, 2015.

“Above the Bay: The Aerial Photography of Stanley Page” is on display, pre-security in the Aviation Museum and Library. https://t.co/eZlmOaOxuM #StanleyHenryPage #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on January 17, 2020.

#Remler's unique styling ranged from plastic-case sets with upholstered-motifs, to radios in striking glass enclosures and modern wooden cases. #RadioSFO #OnTheRadio #Radio #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on May 01, 2018.

In 1973, #ChinaAirlines distributed this colorful map of #SanFrancisco featuring an illustration of the iconic The Sing Chong Building in SF's #Chinatown. #SFHistory

This tweet was posted on May 04, 2018.