On 2 Wheels: San Francisco Motorcyclists at Work, School and Play

On view October 21, 2009-April 2, 2010, Rosenberg Library, 3rd Floor

On 2 Wheels: This exhibition explores San Francisco’s vibrant motorcycle     culture and highlights roles women have played, focusing on the 3  arenas of workforce, education and recreation. It is a collaborative project between San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) and City College of San Francisco (CCSF). Historical and contemporary content provides a means for examining gender equity in these arenas, at the same time highlighting books, magazines and websites available to all motorcycle enthusiasts through CCSF and SFPL. Together, both institutions make accessible to all  motorcycle enthusiasts resources that include: motorcycle repair manuals, books on career and vocational, recreational guides, classes and workshops.

Contributors to On 2 Wheels include: SFPL Business, Science & Technology Center; SFPL San Francisco Historical Photograph    Collection; CCSF Automotive & Motorcycle Technology       Department and CCSF Library & Learning Resources.

Additional photography supplied by Sarah Lyon and Tse-Shin Ping.

Special thanks to Mark Albright, Jill Kersey, and Susan Hathaway of the Rosenberg Library and Learning Resource Center and Amber Straus, Learning Assistance Center.

Resource Librarians: Janet Tom, Reference Librarian CCSF & SFPL Business, Science & Technology Center and
Christina Moretta, Photo Curator SFPL
San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection

Co-curated by Alan D’Souza, Reference Librarian and
Lisa Duke,
CCSF Faculty Automotive & Motorcycle Technology Department, Evans Campus

Find More Information:

CCSF Automotive and Motorcycle Department

CCSF Library Motorcycle Resources

San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection
at the Public Library History

Article in City Currents (Scroll down to page 10)


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2 Comments

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2 responses to “On 2 Wheels: San Francisco Motorcyclists at Work, School and Play

  1. Lisa Conrad

    what a fun idea for a show!!

  2. Luffix

    those are critically amazine photographic, I admire hero in exhibition bookstaffs.

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