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  • Wells Fargo wall mural
  • Corner of Haight and Ashbury
  • Jefferson Airplane, SF, 1967
  • Janis Joplin and her Porsche

The Wells Fargo Bank branch in The Haight celebrates its world-famous neighborhood as the center of the '60s counterculture movement. After a private unveiling on June 7, the bank officially debuts to the public a new interior, transformed into an art gallery featuring Jim Marshall's iconic '60s photography from the acclaimed book 'The Haight: Love, Rock, and Revolution.' Also included in the exhibit is a selection of concert posters and other historic photos from that era.

From the curved entry wall—now a mural of a quintessential rock concert-light show—to the framed black-and-white and color prints of The Haight and San Francisco street scenes, music venues, musicians, and bystanders that liven the bank's other walls, there is much to enjoy and, perhaps, remember, by customers of and visitors to the bank.

 For more information, bank hours, and directions, click here.