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  1. Haight-Ashbury (/ ˌ h eɪ t ˈ æ ʃ b ɛr i,-b ər i /) is a district of San Francisco, California, named for the intersection of Haight and Ashbury streets. It is also called The Haight and The Upper Haight.

  2. During the " hippie " period 1967–1968 in San Francisco, an individual named Al Rinker started an organization located at 1830 Fell St in the city's Haight Ashbury district called the Switchboard . Its purpose was to act as a social switchboard for people living there.

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    The organization was founded by Dr. David E. Smith in Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco, California on June 7, 1967, during the counterculture of the 1960s. As thousands of youth arrived in the city, many were in need of substance abuse treatment, mental healthservice, and medical attention. The clinic became the model for the modern form of the free clinic. The Clinics are currently composed of four core programs: 1. Medical clinics 2. Substance abuse treatment services 3. Jail psychiatric services 4. Rock medicine: on-site medical services for public events and concerts 5. Treasure Island Job Corp Wellness Center The clinics merged in 2011 with Walden House an addiction treatment organization; in 2012 they adopted a new name: HealthRIGHT 360.

    Weiss, Gregory L. (2006). Grass Roots Medicine: The Story of America's Free Health Clinics. Rowman & Littlefield. ISBN 0-7425-4070-7.
    How a 'Hippie Clinic' in the Haight-Ashbury Started a Medical Revolution. Carrie Feibel. The California Report. Aug 11, 2017. KQED
    Seymour, Richard (1987). The Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinics: Still free after all these years, 1967-1987. San Francisco, California: Partisan Press.
    Smith, David Elvin; John Luce (1971). Love Needs Care: A History of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic and Its Pioneer Role in Treating Drug-Abuse Problems. Little, Brown. ISBN 0-31...
    Sturges, Clark S. (1993). Dr. Dave: A Profile of David E. Smith, M.D., Founder of the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics. Walnut Creek, California: Devil Mountain Books. ISBN 0-915685-08-6.
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    Le quartier d'Haight-Ashbury a été le pôle du mouvement hippie des années 1960, qui a succédé à la vague Beatnik qui fleurit dans le quartier de North Beach deux à huit ans avant le fameux Summer of Love (Été de l'Amour) de 1967. La contre-culture hippie est toujours présente par le biais de l'art psychédélique. On y trouve notamment un musée du tatouage, des maisons victoriennes repeintes de couleurs vives et bigarrées, ainsi que de longues fresques murales. On passe devant la maison de Janis Joplin au 635 Ashbury Street. Le groupe Grateful Deady habitait.

    Le district englobe généralement le quartier entourant Haight Street, délimité par Stanyan Street et Golden Gate Park à l'ouest, Oak Street et Golden Gate Park Panhandle au nord, Baker Street et Buena Vista Park à l'est et Frederick Street et Ashbury Heights et les quartiers de Cole Valley au sud. Les noms des rues commémorent deux des premiers dirigeants de San Francisco : Henry Haight, pionnier et banquier d'échange, et Munroe Ashbury, membre du Conseil des superviseurs de San Franciscode 1864 à 1870 .Haight et son neveu, ainsi qu'Ashbury, ont joué un rôle dans la planification du quartier et, plus important encore, du Golden Gate Park tout proche à sa création. Le nom "Upper Haight", utilisé par la population locale, contraste avec le district de Haight-Fillmore ou Lower Haight ; ce dernier étant plus bas en altitude et faisant partie de ce qui était auparavant les principaux quartiers afro-américains et japonais dans les premières années de San Francisco. Le district de Haight-A...

    Fermes, divertissements et foyers

    Avant l'achèvement du Haight Street Cable Railroad en 1883, ce qui est aujourd'hui le Haight-Ashbury était une collection de fermes isolées et d'acres de dunes de sable. La ligne de téléphérique Haight, achevée en 1883, reliait l'extrémité est du Golden Gate Park à la ligne géographiquement centrale de Market Street et au reste du centre-ville de San Francisco. En tant que porte d'entrée principale du Golden Gate Park, et avec un parc d'attractions connu sous le nom de Chutes sur Haight Stree...

    La Haight a été durement touchée par la dépression, tout comme une grande partie de la ville. Les résidents qui avaient assez d'argent pour s'épargner ont quitté le quartier en déclin et surpeuplé pour des pâturages plus verts dans les limites de la ville en pleine croissance, ou de nouvelles maisons de banlieue plus petites dans la région de la baie. Pendant la pénurie de logements de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, les grands Victoriens unifamiliaux ont été divisés en appartements pour loger les travailleurs. D'autres ont été convertis en pension de famille à but lucratif. Dans les années 1950, le Haight était un quartier en déclin. De nombreux bâtiments sont restés vacants après la guerre. L'entretien différé a également fait des ravages, et l'exode des résidents de la classe moyenne vers de nouvelles banlieues a continué de laisser de nombreuses unités à louer.

    La couverture médiatique de la vie hippie dans le Haight-Ashbury a attiré l'attention des jeunes de toute l'Amérique. Hunter S. Thompson a étiqueté le district "Hashbury" dans le New York Times Magazine, et les activités dans la région ont été rapportées presque quotidiennement. Le district de Haight-Ashbury était recherché par les hippies pour constituer une communauté basée sur des idéaux de contre-culture, de drogue et de musique. Ce quartier offrait un lieu de rassemblement concentré pour les hippies afin de créer une expérience sociale qui se répandrait bientôt dans tout le pays. Le tout premier magasin principal, Ron et Jay Thelin's Psychedelic Shop, a ouvert ses portes sur Haight Street le 3 janvier 1966, offrant aux hippies un endroit pour acheter de la marijuana et du LSD, ce qui était essentiel à la vie hippie à Haight-Ashbury.Avec des entreprises comme le café The Blue Unicorn, le Psychedelic Shop est rapidement devenu l'un des centres communautaires non officiels pour le...

    Articles connexes

    1. La Renaissance de San Francisco, années 1950, mouvement littéraire et poétique, dont ce quartier est un des hauts lieux dans la topographie urbaine. 2. The Diggers 3. Haight Ashbury Beat 4. Lower Haight 5. Magnolia Thunderpussy 6. The Red Victorian 7. David E Smith: fondateur de la Haight Ashbury Free Clinic (1967)

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    1. Marie-Dominique Perrin, « San Francisco la rebelle », dans Le Figaro du 21/08/2006, [lire en ligne[archive]] 2. (en) Chronologie[archive]de Haight-Ashbury 3. (en) Visite en photos[archive]de Haight-Ashbury 4. (en) Documentaire[archive] sur Haight-Ashbury dans les années 1960 5. (en) Guide touristique et adresses dans le quartier[archive] 1. Portail de San Francisco

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    The name of this page is incorect. The neighborhood is much more commonly known as the upper haight or sometimes the park district which is the police precinct. I don't believe Haight Ashbury is correct for this neighborhood name.Paul E. Ester14:12, 12 April 2006 (UTC) 1. If this page shows up when one puts in "94117" into wikipedia's search engine, than it should be named "The Haight". No Ashbury or Upper. 94117 encompasses more than just the area this page is dedicated to. I write this as someone that lives on Divisadero in the Lower Haight. If there's another way for 94117 to redirect to the city of San Francisco page, that would work, too. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 71.202.124.130 (talk) 03:19, 1 September 2009 (UTC) The current name of this page is the cumbersome and contrived, Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco, California. Why? Is there a conflict with Haight-Ashbury? Apparently not, since that page redirects directly to here. [[neighorbood, city, state]] is a fine conve...

    the part about the gap is somewhat misleading. the haight-asbury gap was the first of the chain and was intended for the counterculture--hence the name "gap", as in "generation gap". Therefore, the gap's presence does not represent the neighborhood's "slide into mainstream", but rather the neighborhood as incubator to some commercial trademarks, or something. The same could probably be said about the ben & jerry's. 1. I came to this discussion page with the same thought. How do you think the article can be changed appropriately? - Slow Graffiti19:45, 7 January 2007 (UTC) Agreed, I removed mention completely. All in all this line had been troublesome since the creation of this article. 5/10 —Preceding unsigned comment added by 99.175.100.53 (talk) 01:59, 1 June 2010 (UTC)

    Mention if there is any/much crime in Haight-Ashbury. Jidanni (talk) 03:08, 18 June 2008 (UTC) Yet again I have removed a contributor's inappropriate paragraph on crime/squatting and homelessness. PLEASE: Create a separate section! As this is not a proper ( and unbiased ) way to finish the overall article. The descriptions of these kids are one sided, all-encompassing and negative. ( they are all begging for drug money. And an unreliable view of what "The City" (?) thinks of them ) Please, respect this article.If you insist on adding this I can only keep erasing it, so please, if you have to add this information, do more research, post it some were else and have some compassion. 5/10 —Preceding unsigned comment added by 99.175.100.53 (talk) 01:56, 1 June 2010 (UTC)

    Anybody have a map showing where this district is, showing a shaded area? That would make a good image for the article. --Ragemanchoo (talk) 04:26, 24 June 2008 (UTC)

    The article needs provide a reliable source confirming that the difference in the names Upper Haight vs. Lower Haight comes from elevation and not from street numbers on Haight (higher street numbers vs. lower street numbers). Both causes are possible in San Francisco English. Thisisnotatest (talk) 22:52, 12 September 2015 (UTC) There is also a gap between the area call the Upper Haight and the Lower Haight. This article says that Upper starts west of Baker and the Lower article has it going east from Divisidero. That leaves two blocks in neither area. I happen to live in that gap, and have lived here for over 20 years. I've yet to find a definitive demarcation between the two neihborhoods. I think many of us between Scott and Masonic don't consider ourselves part of either since we are between the two commercial areas of the Haight. I've heard names like "Lower Buena Vista", "Middle Haight", and my favorite, "DMV Heights". -- ☑ SamuelWantman06:42, 13 September 2017 (UTC)

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