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It is especially known for its coconut macaroons. A typical daytime street scene of the period is perhaps best illustrated by mentioning the male belly dancers who could be found holding forth in good weather at the corner of 18th and Castro on "Hibernia Beach", in front of the financial institution from which it drew its name. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. At the time when Finnish Sea Captain Gustave Niebaumthe founder of Inglenook Winery in RutherfordCalifornia, was busy conducting business in the San Francisco Bay Area and Alaska — from the late 19th to the early 20th century —, both places had considerably large Finnish settlements. Francis Lutheran Church building survived the San Francisco earthquake and then was used for several months as an infirmary.