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Joe Dimaggio San Francisco Earthquake
Story of Joe Di Maggios early life in San Francisco, and his marriage to Marilyn Monroe
The San Francisco Seals were a minor league baseball team in San Francisco, California, that played in the Pacific Coast League from 1903 until 1957 before transferring to Phoenix, Arizona.
Saints Peter and Paul Church in North Beach. Baseball legend and neighborhood native Joe DiMaggio was photographed there with Marilyn Monroe after marrying her at City Hall in 1954.
Located within a national park, San Francisco’s Presidio Golf Course is renowned for its spectacular forest setting, as well as its challenging play.
Our story Suppose you had some out-of-town visitors, and they asked you to take them to a "traditional, authentic San Francisco restaurant." You could do no better than to take them to Tadich Grill, which is not only San Francisco's, but also California's, oldest restaurant.
Regarding the famous line, "Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio?": DiMaggio was a star baseball player for the New York Yankees who was briefly married to Marilyn Monroe.
Legacy Bars and Restaurants is Heritage’s new initiative that invites users to experience the history of San Francisco’s most legendary eateries, watering holes, dives, and haunts.
Bullitt Filming Locations in San Francisco. Bullitt Locations in San Francisco April 1968, July 2002 "BULLITT" is a trademark of Warner Bros./Chad & T. McQueen Testament Trust.
We’re the editing team behind The Bold Italic, an online magazine celebrating the free-wheeling spirit of San Francisco.
Can't decide where to stay in San Francisco? Our guide breaks down the best neighbourhoods, accommodation, what to do and hotel recommendations too!