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Balboa Theaters of San Francisco
The Richmond's beloved Balboa Theater wasn't the first.
SF West History Minute - Jul 8, 2009
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In 1941, builder Ray Galli broke the Sunset District mold with his tiny single-story homes.
(SF West History Minute Nov 9, 2009)
The King Philip Shipwreck
On January 25, 1878, The King Philip was one of three ships to leave San Francisco Bay, but the only one to stay in San Francisco.
(SF West History Minute Apr 19, 2011)
Remnant of a Richmond Dairy
The Gables stationery store at 5636 Geary Boulevard was once the home of an 1890s dairyman.
(SF West History Minute Jan 3, 2013)
Marty Larkin has added bit and pieces of San Francisco's history to the backyard of his Outer Sunset District home.
(SF West History Minute Mar 9, 2010)
Foerster Street Landslide
On February 6, 1942, fifteen feet of mud overwhelmed a block of the Sunnyside.
(SF West History Minute Feb 7, 2013)
48th Avenue Grocery
Frances Kniffin Larkin, a Sunset District resident for over 80 years, remembers when "Your Market, My Deli" at 1460-48th Avenue was Brucker's in the 1930s.
(SF West History Minute Mar 15, 2010)
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