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Have a look at some of the historic photos taken of the San Francisco Bay as the Golden Gate Bridge – which marked its 70th year in business yesterday – went up.

These pics available at the San Francisco Chornicle’s site are from 1935-1937, the height of the Great Depression, four years before the U.S. officially entered World War II. Looking at them, you can see a very different time, not just for San Francisco, but for the U.S. Public works projects like this – as any New Yorker or New Orleans resident can tell you – don’t get built anymore.

A look back: It’s today’s HotSpot.

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