Harvey Milk ran his camera shop and four political campaigns out of a Victorian storefront at 575 Castro Street and also lived upstairs. The space was meticulously recreated as a set for "Milk," including red couch and barber chair. Mementoes from the shop, including the barber chair and old cameras, and an exhibition about his assassination can be seen at the GLBT Historical Museum. Each year the memorial march starts off at the historical plaque in the sidewalk out front. Since 2011, the non-profit Human Rights Campaign Store has been at the address.
Castro Camera, Castro Street, San Francisco, CA, United States