Potrero Hill Archives Project

Mission

The Potrero Hill Archives Project began in 1986 collecting oral histories of long-time residents, historic photos and really anything connected to Potrero Hill history. They hold a History Night each fall, lead walking tours, and have written two Arcadia books on Hill history. Most recently, they published an Arcadia book on the Dogpatch.

Abigail Johnston and Peter Linenthal of the Potrero Hill Archives participating in San Francisco History Days at the Old U.S. Mint.

Featured Fun

Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 1:00PM – (In-Person) Potrero Hill Walking Tour

Join Peter Linenthal of the Potrero Hill Archives Project for a one-hour guided walking tour that takes you from Pennsylvania Street all the way to the public housing tract located on the hill’s south slope.

Please note there are several steep hills on the tour. In addition, registration is capped at 10 people to ensure a safe and physically distanced gathering. Masks are required to participate.

This event is free but pre-registration is required. The starting location will be emailed to you upon registration.