Outside Lands Podcast Episode 202: Golden Gate Park Lifesaving Station

The story of the surfmen who did service at Ocean Beach from 1878 to 1951.
Outside Lands San Francisco - Dec 10, 2016

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 202: Golden Gate Park Lifesaving Station Outside Lands Podcast Episode 202: Golden Gate Park Lifesaving Station

pictured:Golden Gate Park, circa 1910

U.S. Lifesaving Station, close-up of building with uniformed staff PP7680
Pillsbury Picture Co. (Courtesy of a Private Collector)

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