Golden Gate Bridge
Wittman thinks that this is perfect, a symbol of all that is good about America.
Golden Gate Park
This park in the 1960s was a Mecca of sorts for all types of hippies and counter-culture types, where drugs were bought and sold, and anti-war demonstrations staged.
Wittman's mother lives in this city in a modest tract home within sight of the state capitol.
Sitauted in Chinatown, it has a communal kitchen and a shared bathroom down the hall.
This has a separate space for Tasa to paint and a bedroom. However, Wittman is soon angry that Tasa refuses to do all the housework.
The Benevolent Association
Zeppelin is a long-time supporter of the association, buying tables at charity dinners and books of raffle tickets with his last twenty dollars.
The Employment Office
Here is the encounter with Mr. Sanchez a...
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