Night with the Archivist — Bicycling

From the SF Bicycle Coalition:

Join our staff archivists for a special peek into the CHS collection. May is National Bike Month and to celebrate, materials on bicycling and California bicycling clubs will be pulled from the collection for this one night only viewing. View colorful and creative flyers, postcards, advertisements, maps of bicycle routes, and historic photos on cycling California

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