This site is part of the Glen Park Neighborhoods History Project. Historical discoveries and musings for the Sunnyside neighborhood in San Francisco, California.

Contact: Amy O’Hair

Where is Sunnyside? Google Maps: Or visit the Maps of Sunnyside page.

Explorations of neighborhood-based history: what happened here a century ago? Subjects range from touching human stories to the vagaries of real estate and natural disasters. Some posts may also be available on Glen Park Neighborhoods History Project, where you can find more excellent history about this neighborhood.

Header image “Sunnyside the Magnificent” from a newspaper advertisement from the San Francisco Chronicle, 26 April 1891.

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  1. I recently found a “Sunnyside Ave.” street sign tucked away on a shelf in the garage of an old 4 unit apartment building I live in. I googled it and was delighted to find more info on its origins through your history website. How exciting!
    Also, I recognize Ms. O’Hair’s name as a pivotal member of the Sunnyside Neighborhood Association (SNA). It would be very fulfilling to share my find with those who would appreciate it as well. Thank you for your efforts in preserving the building blocks of our community and more.

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