(6) Vesuvio Image Gallery
Crowd Listening to Mussolini Speak
A Quiet Night at Vesuvio
For Customers Barred From Vesuvio
The Former Walls of Vesuvio
Bohemia’s Last Stand
The Outside of Vesuvio in Days Past
Another Look at Vesuvio in Days Long Gone
Bartenders and Waitresses at Vesuvio
A Bike in the Bar
Rallying the Troops
Don’t Bother Your Bartender!
Lenoir Looking Sharp
Vesuvio Ready for its Advertising Debut
Saloon Keepers Bicycle Race
Saloon Keepers Bicycle Race Begins
Winners of Saloon Keepers Bicycle Race
Henri Lenoir and Vesuvio
A Bartender at Work in Vesuvio
The Social Scene
Lenoir and a Waitress at Vesuvio
“Where the Neater Beats Meet to Bleat”
Artwork on the Walls
Bob Dylan at Vesuvio
Mural on City Lights Books
Come on in!
Beware Pickpockets and Loose Women!
Interior Wall Artwork
For more photographs of Vesuvio’s past and present, including original posters collected by Henri Lenoir, click on this link to see our Flickr account.
Posted on May 8, 2011, in Anthro136k-spring2011-UC-Berkeley, Anthro136kSp11, Microhistories, Vesuvio-Bar-San-Francisco and tagged bars, California, cultural heritage, Henri Lenoir, Jack Kerouac Alley, North Beach, saloons, San Francisco, Vesuvio, Vesuvio Cafe. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.