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Anderson (John Hawkins) papers,
SFH 590  
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Description
Contains Anderson's files, mainly as a consultant to the City of San Francisco, on the reuse of the Hunters Point Shipyard which the Navy had deactivated.
Background
John Hawkins Anderson was a Bay Area city planner for three decades. He worked in San Francisco City Hall under mayors John Shelley, Joseph Alioto, George Moscone, and Dianne Feinstein. His first assignment was to draft the Johnson-era Model Cities Program for San Francisco. He contributed to the development of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system and other landmark projects, and managed leases at the Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard. Before retiring from public service, he directed the Emeryville Redevelopment Agency.
Extent
2 cartons, 1 manuscripts box, 1 oversized box (3 cubic feet)
Availability
The collection is available for use during San Francisco History Center hours.