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The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco

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  • People watch as fireworks explode over San Francisco Bay during the 75th anniversary celebration of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
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    • People watch as fireworks explode over San Francisco Bay during the 75th anniversary celebration of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco
  • Job seekers listen to prospective employers during a job hiring event for marketing, sales and retail positions in San Francisco in this file photo
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    • Job seekers listen to prospective employers during a job hiring event for marketing, sales and retail positions in San Francisco in this file photo
  • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
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    • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
  • The courtyard is seen through a window at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • The courtyard is seen through a window at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • Walls of granite are seen on the bottom level of The Old United States Mint, also known at "The Granite Lady," which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • Walls of granite are seen on the bottom level of The Old United States Mint, also known at "The Granite Lady," which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
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    • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
  • People sit on the plaza at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • People sit on the plaza at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • The San Francisco Chronicle is seen through the windows of the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • The San Francisco Chronicle is seen through the windows of the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • A man walks along the plaza at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • A man walks along the plaza at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • The entrance to the gold vault is seen at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • The entrance to the gold vault is seen at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
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    • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
  • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
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    • The Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, is seen in San Francisco
  • The interior of the gold vault is seen at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • The interior of the gold vault is seen at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • A vault that once held silver is seen at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
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    • A vault that once held silver is seen at the Old United States Mint, which opened in 1854 to serve mines during the Gold Rush and survived the 1906 earthquake, in San Francisco
  • Pigeons roost on a sign at the Old United States Mint in San Francisco
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    • Pigeons roost on a sign at the Old United States Mint in San Francisco
  • The Old United States Mint is seen in San Franciscoo
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    • The Old United States Mint is seen in San Franciscoo
  • A poster showing Mayor Ed Lee is seen in the window of a taxi, as taxi drivers with the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association stage a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • A poster showing Mayor Ed Lee is seen in the window of a taxi, as taxi drivers with the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association stage a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • A line of taxis is shown in traffic as taxi drivers from the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association stage a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • A line of taxis is shown in traffic as taxi drivers from the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association stage a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • Members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association carry signs at a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • Members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association carry signs at a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • Members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association carry signs at a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • Members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association carry signs at a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • A sign is seen in the windshield of a taxi as taxi drivers with the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association stage a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • A sign is seen in the windshield of a taxi as taxi drivers with the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association stage a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • Taxi driver Harold Miller carries a sign with a Lyft logo, as he joins members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association during a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • Taxi driver Harold Miller carries a sign with a Lyft logo, as he joins members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association during a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • Members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association carry signs during a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
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    • Members of the San Francisco Taxi Workers Association carry signs during a rally at Uber headquarters in San Francisco
  • Passengers await a cable car near Union Square in San Francisco
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    • Passengers await a cable car near Union Square in San Francisco
  • Man looks out from a cable car while riding near Union Square in San Francisco
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    • Man looks out from a cable car while riding near Union Square in San Francisco

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