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Card Alley, North Beach, February 1936

Regular price $19.99
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This historic photo was taken in Card Alley, North Beach in February 1936 by prolific photographer Dorothea Lange during her time capturing life in San Francisco for relief organizations, most significantly the Resettlement Agency later called the Farm Security Administration in the 1930s.

The photo was printed on museum-quality photo paper with a matte finish and made in the USA. It is considered archival and will last for generations. The print is perfect for framing, will make an excellent gift for friends and family, and will complement the decor of any room.

Take a trip back in time with this fascinating art print!

Frame Info

The Black Flat Wood Frame is made of natural solid wood with a rich finish and grain. The print is mounted and framed without a Mat for a clean, modern look. Acrylic is added to protect the front of your framed print. Prints are mounted on 1/4" Foam Board before framing and finished with a wire hanger.


Shipping is free. Please allow 7-10 business days for shipping within the United States. Prints are packaged securely to maintain safe delivery. We’ll send you tracking information as soon as your order has shipped.


We accept returns within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.