The SS Jeremiah O’Brien is one of two liberty ships left, out of 2,710 built during World War II, that are left. The SS Jeremiah O’Brien is currently docked at Pier 45 in San Francisco, California.
The Mark Hopkins Intercontinental Hotel is a Historical Establishment in San Francisco, California.
The hotel has a small museum, called the Mark Musuem by the front lobby enterance.
The West Coast Memorial to the Missing of World War II is within the outskirts of the Presidio of San Francisco, California.
The memorial was erected in the memory of those soldiers, sailors, marines, coast guardsmen, and airmen who met their deaths in the American coastal waters of the Pacific Ocean during World War II.
The Light House of San Francisco was built after “The Great Fire of 1906”.
A fire hydrant was painted gold after “The Fire of 1906” when it was utilized I save various structures near Mission Dolores.
The “Man A Museum” is a temporary museum that is exhibited on the playa of the Black Rock Desert During the annual Burning Man Festival.
The museum paid homage to Larry Harvey, one of the co-founders of the Burning Man Festival who started the event in Baker Beach in California. At the time the burning of “the man” was representative of his ex-wife that he sought to burn away from his life. As the festival grew, the man took on a more universal symbolic meaning of mass transformation. Larry Harvey died of a stroke in San Francisco, California on April 28, 2018.
The year of 2019, the Metamorphosis themed festival, was the first year that the man was not designed by Larry Harvey.
August 2019 was the first time the author Philip Andrew Hamilton attended the Burning Man Festival.
In 1996, the Henry Wilson Coil, Junior Library & Museum of Freemasonry was established in San Francisco, California. The facility hosts a multitude of FreeMason artifacts from the Bay Area.