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Built after World War I, Joe Bickerstaff built and operated Joe's Place in Muir Woods, a popular gathering spot where hikers and railroad patrons danced and bought refreshments. The building was located in the 1920's annex parking lot in Muir Woods. It was known as a notorious gathering spot for North Beach residents. It was rumored to be bootleg establishment during prohibition.
1 photographic print: 25 x 19 cm.
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt5k40263n CMLPL_062 photo cabinet 1, Hotels and Taverns
Taverns (Inns) Dance halls Prohibition Gathering places Rendezvous points Bootlegging Forest reserves Forests National monuments National parks & reserves Joe Bickerstaff