SF Gate, “When hippies thwarted bulldozer blades — Sausalito from the Chronicle archives”

One day in early 1969, an assortment of “free thinkers, lost souls, escapists, artists, social anarchists, aesthetes and nature lovers banded together in Sausalito, CA to save muddy, debris-strewn Sonoma Street from rape by bulldozer,” according to a San Francisco Chronicle article.

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