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  • Haight Historical Tour

    A tour of some notable landmarks of the 60s/70s and hippie subculture.

    • Feb 2017
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  • The Grateful Dead House

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    Entertainment

    Was home to San Francisco native Jerry Garcia and his bandmates.

  • Hippie Hill

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    Park

    You'll still find remnants of hippie subculture, including drum circles.

  • Hippie Temptation House

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    Residence

    "Hippie Temptation House" (site of the CBS documentary). bit.ly/hippie-temptation

  • Home of Janis Joplin

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    Arts & Entertainment

    Janis Joplin lived at this address, as indicated on her driver’s license. She shared the place with her boyfriend Country Joe McDonald for a few months.

  • Home of Jimi Hendrix

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    Arts & Entertainment

    Jimi Hendrix is said to have lived here briefly in the 60s.

  • Home of the Hell's Angels

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    Residence

    Home to The Hell’s Angels, who sometimes served as bodyguards at rock concerts.

  • Home of Hunter S. Thompson

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    Residence

    Hunter S. Thompson's Apartment (where he shot off his shotgun out his window).

  • Bog Brother and the Holding Company

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    Residence

    Home to Big Brother and the Holding Company, a group that Janis Joplin performed with as lead singer from 1966 to 1968.

  • Kidnapped

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    Residence

    Where the Symbionese Liberation Army held kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst for ransom in 1978.

  • The Fish Tank

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    Residence

    Known as the fish tank, it was home to Country Joe McDonald and the Fish. “The Fish Cheer/I Feel Like I’m Fixin’ to Die Rag”, better known as The Vietnam Song.

  • Home of Sid Vicious

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    Residence

    Sid Vicious home in 1978, at the time of the Sex Pistols’ last show.

  • Home of Charles Manson

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    Other

    Briefly home in the summer of 1967 to convicted murderer Charles Manson

  • Crosby Stills Nash and Young

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    Arts & Entertainment

    A neighboring mansion was home to musician Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young before being purchased by vocalist Bobby McFerrin.

  • White Fang

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    Arts & Entertainment

    An 1897 mansion where Jack London wrote “White Fang” in 1906. Recording sessions took place here by Jerry Garcia, and it was later home to Danny Glover.

  • The Mansion

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    Arts & Entertainment

    Home to Grace Slick and the Jefferson Airplane, the 1904 Colonial Revival house was sometimes called The Mansion or The Airplane House.

Kiran Umapathy

Kiran Umapathy