A kitschy San Francisco souvenir tray that I'm guessing was manufactured sometime after Allen Ginsberg recited his poem Howl at the Six Gallery (1955) and sometime before Dianne Feinstein was elected the Fog City's mayor (1978). Its rubberized coating is adorned with San Fran landmarks and the handles are wrapped in faux bamboo. Perfect for holding the mail or adding a fun splash to a bookshelf.
- Souvenir serving tray, decorated with San Francisco landmarks, vintage from the 1950s or 60s, good condition with some marks on the rubber (15" l x 7.75"h)
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