Early promotional flyer for Tenderloin Housing Clinic services.
THC’s early success in advocating for tenant rights led founder Randy Shaw to seek funding for a full-time attorney, to increase THC’s power to defend tenants. This proposal excerpt, submitted in 1981, began THC’s first expansion of organization staffing.
A glimpse at THC’s early operating costs.
THC announces the beginning of the job program available to MPP clients.
Tenants in the Hotline Hotel Program are notified about THC’s new Modified Payment Program.
Randy Shaw advocates for tenants in an attack on speculative landlord Adam Sparks following Sparks’ claim that the Residential Hotel Conversion Ordinance violates his rights as a landlord.
Tenderloin Housing Clinic creates a job referral program for formerly homeless participants in the Modified Payment Program.
THC files a lawsuit against the Rent Board’s ruling that tenants pay full cost of city bonds.
In 1994, Randy Shaw writes to the San Francisco Examiner Editor to clarify THC’s support of Prop G not being the result of personal bias against building inspectors but of outrage at the BBI’s failure to uphold livable housing conditions for low-income residents.
Randy Shaw advocates for Proposition G in a 1994 letter to the Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle.