From Lydia O’Connor’s article for The Huffington Post:

New to San Francisco’s blue-collar South of Market neighborhood in 1978 but keenly aware of the changes the area’s development projects were bringing, art student Janet Delaney began photographing the community she feared may disappear. Looking at modern day SoMa — home to tech companies and ritzy design firms — it’s clear Delaney was on to something.

More than three decades later, her “South of Market” collection has just been released by the book publisher MACK and serves as an homage to the workers, families and artists who colored the streets she called home.

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