The DogpatchThe Greater Hood
The Dogpatch is one of the few neighborhoods in San Francisco that wasn't damaged in the 1906 earthquake, so much of its history and architecture remains from the late 1800's. This area is known for its warehouses and ports, including meat packing plants. When these plants where functional, there were several packs of dogs that roamed the area, scavenging on scraps from the surrounding factories. It isn't certain if this is where Dogpatch got its name, but we thought a few dogs rooting around in the abandoned warehouses made for a good depiction of the history behind this neighborhood.
Larger sizes printed on enhanced matte paper. Notecards printed on 16pt uncoated cover stock - white A6 envelope included. Available in 6 sizes.
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