About 25 years ago, American photographer Howard Schatz and author Beverly J. Ornstein went to drop off some film from a previous day’s shoot at a lab in the commercial area south of Market Street in San Francisco. There they encountered an astonishing scene of what seemed to be thousands of people, many in elaborate costumes and makeup, and some...
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