It must be a delightful city, and possess all the attractions of the next world. It was located at Pacific St. After the repeal of Prohibition, the nightclub becomes a legal establishment and features female impersonators until it closes in Its national offices relocate to San Francisco in
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The Castro district as gay mecca has been a phenomenon of the past 30 years. But there has been a gay community in San Francisco since the early 20th century, and probably before that. It started in North Beach, moved around to the waterfront, then made the slow migration up Market Street into the Tenderloin, out Polk Street and finally to the Castro. The following map shows 40 points of interest in San Francisco gay history. This short-lived bar featured boys in dresses and closed in It was part of the "Sodom by the Sea" subculture of North Beach.
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