murphy-windmill-postcard.jpgYou can pick from 25 sites, which include perennial favorites like the Roxie and the Fox Theater in Oakland, but also some gems you may not have thought of, like the neon signs in the Tenderloin (which got our vote today); the Tilden Park carousel; the building that housed the first federally funded day care program, for Rosie the Riveter women during WWII; a Japanese garden in Saratoga; and other architectural landmarks we had absolutely no idea existed around the Bay Area.

Once you register, you can vote once a day for your favorite landmark until Oct. 31 (and you can vote at kiosks at your local Peet's Coffees as well). The current standings: The Roxie, Angel Island's immigration station, the Haas-Lilienthal House, the Lyford House in Marin, and a rolling San Francisco streetcar.

Pictures of the Tilden carousel and the Murphy windmill, both entrants in the contest.