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Scott McKenzie
   had a U.K. Number One single with   
San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)
August 9 1967 for 4 weeks
San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Carries approximately 280,000 vehicles per day
American Music Club
   released the album   
San Francisco (1994)
Monk
   is set in   
San Francisco
Full House
   is set in   
San Francisco
Charmed
   is set in   
San Francisco
XIX
   Super Bowl winner was   
San Francisco 49ers
38-16 v. Miami Dolphins
XXIV
   Super Bowl winner was   
San Francisco 49ers
55-10 v. Denver Broncos
XXIX
   Super Bowl winner was   
San Francisco 49ers
49-26 v. San Diego Chargers over the bay
San Francisco
      
Giants
Originally the New York Giants
War Memorial Opera House
   is in   
San Francisco
1906
   was the year   
The Great San Francisco Earthquake Occurred
Struck at 5:12 A.M. on Wednesday, April 18, 1906 and had a magnitude in excess of 7.7. The earthquake and resulting fire is still one of the worst natural disasters in US history.
1906
      
San Francisco Earthquake
Between 7.7 and 8.3 magnitudes; killed approximately 3,000 people, the most devastating earthquake in U.S. history.
1956
   champions were   
San Francisco
1955
   champions were   
San Francisco
San Francisco
   Airport has the code   
SFO
San Francisco, USA
San Francisco
   has the   
49ers
NFC West. Founded in 1946.
McMillan and Wife
   refers to   
Police Commissioner of San Francisco With a Shrewd Housekeeper Named Mildred
Starred Rock Hudson and Susan Saint James
William Johnson
   has the nickname   
The Werewolf of San Francisco
San Francisco Fairmont
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
In 1945 when the hotel played host to delegates drafting the UN Charter. Many US presidents have stayed there.
San Francisco
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
Mexico
   is the site of   
Rock Paintings of the Sierra De San Francisco
The 1906 Earthquake in San Francisco Was 7.8 in Magnitude
   is   
True
Approx. 7.8. Estimates range from 7.7 - 8.3 but it is now thought to be between 7.7 and 7.9.
San Francisco Mountain
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Arizona. San Francisco Mountain is the most prominent volcano in the San Francisco volcanic field. The volcanic field covers 1,935 square miles (5,000 square km).
I Left My Heart in _____
   -   
San Francisco
Tony Bennett
If You're Going to _____
   -   
San Francisco
Bar City
   Means   
San Francisco
San Francisco
   is situated in   
California
Archdiocese
San Francisco Bay
   is situated in   
California
Bay City News
   news agency is based in   
San Francisco Bay Area
1979
Harris' Symphony No. 8
   has the nickname   
San Francisco
Composed by Roy Harris
I Left My Heart in San Francisco
   was released by   
Tony Bennett
1962 - inducted in 1994
Sound of _____
   -   
San Francisco
Global DeeJays
San Francisco 49ers
   are in the   
NFC West
Dusty Baker
   was manager of   
San Francisco Giants
1993-2002
Bruce Bochy
   was manager of   
San Francisco Giants
2007-
Frank Robinson
   was manager of   
San Francisco Giants
1981-1984
Alvin Dark
   was manager of   
San Francisco Giants
1961-1964
Roger Craig
   was manager of   
San Francisco Giants
1985-1992
San Francisco Peninsula
   is located in   
The U.S.A.
California
San Francisco Chronicle
   is published in   
The U.S.A.
San Francisco, CA. Circulation: 339,430
Tony Bennett
   signature tune is   
I Left My Heart in San Francisco
1954, (chart hit 1962), Popular song
Hounds
   means   
Rowdies of the Gold-rush Days of San Francisco
2010
   World Series Champions were the   
San Francisco Giants
4-1 vs Texas Rangers MVP: Edgar Renteria
Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall
   is in   
San Francisco
1980 hall, home the the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra; part of the War Memorial Performing Arts Center
San Francisco Symphony
   recorded   
American Mavericks
Works by Cowell, Harrison and Varèse; Michael Tilson Thomas, cond; 2012
1906
   was the year   
The Great San Francisco Earthquake Occurred
Struck at 5:12 A.M. on Wednesday, April 18, 1906 and had a magnitude in excess of 7.7. The earthquake and resulting fire is still one of the worst natural disasters in US history.
Tony Bennett
   released the single   
I Left My Heart in San Francisco
1962; inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1994
Scott McKenzie
   released the single   
San Francisco (Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)
1967; worldwide hit; #1 in the U.K.; peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100
2014
   World Series Champions were the   
San Francisco Giants
4-3, Kansas City Royals, MVP Madison Bumgarner






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