This was probably around 1969, when Feinstein was first elected to The San Francisco Board of Supervisors. A lot of things to notice in the photo. What I'm looking at is that three people are wearing leather jackets. And it looks like those jackets are almost, if not, identical. What do you guys think? I'm guessing that in 1969, you couldn't go to The Mall, and buy a jacket from Wilsons. So more than likely, it was locally made. Those gentlemen were most likely to have blue collar jobs, since they were not wearing neckties. I don't see any women in the diner, which could mean a lot of other things. Those machines in the back look like they were used for gambling.