Take in the View from Coit Tower at American Income Life Convention
From the observation deck at the top, visitors can look out over the entire city of San Francisco and see landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island.
American Income Life Reaches New Heights in San Francisco
The tower’s name comes from Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a wealthy public figure who was known to gamble, smoke cigars, and volunteer as a firefighter long before any of those were considered socially acceptable activities for women*. Following her death, Coit bequeathed a third of her estate to San Francisco for the express purpose of “adding to the beauty of the city which I have always loved.” City officials decided to put the funding toward the tower, which was completed in 1933. Today, the 210-foot tower rests on Telegraph Hill, overlooking San Francisco and serving as a beacon for both travelers and residents alike.
American Income Life Convention 2014 is Fast Approaching
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