SF SPCA Exhibit At San Francisco Library
March 10, 2018 to April 30, 2018
SF Public Library (Main Branch)
100 Larkin St., 6th Floor
San Francisco, California 94102
Phone: (415) 554-3000
Exhibit runs March 10 - June 17, 2018.
The San Francisco SPCA has been there for animals and their people for 150 years. In 1868, James Sloane Hutchinson intervened to stop the inhumane behavior of two men who were dragging a squealing pig off to market along the rough cobblestone streets of San Francisco. Since then, the SF SPCA has put the welfare and care of animals first.
Join the SF SPCA and San Francisco Public Library for a riveting walk through history! You will be taken through the founding documents in 1868 to the start of the SF SPCA’s transformative Humane Education youth program in the 1950s to the innovative cageless adoption center for dogs and cats in the 1990s to the Vision 2020 initiative of today.
*Please leave your pets at home for this event.