Structure Type: built works - public buildings - assembly halls

Designers: Hill, Albert Henry, Architect (firm); Albert Henry Hill (architect)

Dates: constructed 1959

Golden Gate
San Francisco, CA

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The Longshoreman's Hall became a venue for gatherings by San Francisco's counterculture community in the 1960s, from Beat Poetry readings by Allen Ginsberg (1964) to hippie dances put on by the the psychedelic collective, Family Dog, throughout the mid-1960s;

PCAD id: 1754