#TBT: 10 San Francisco Streets Named After Women in History

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San Francisco is full of landmarks named for male miners, politicians, and Gold Rush–era tycoons, but what about the notable women of San Francisco history? For this week's throwback, take a walk down city streets named after local ladies, and learn some of the stories behind them.


Isadora Duncan Lane

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San Francisco native Isadora Duncan was a famous dancer and choreographer, regarded (along with Martha Graham) as the Mother of Modern Dance. Her namesake street, Isadora Duncan Lane, is located in the Union Square/Lower Hob Hill area.

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