Outside Lands Podcast Episode 227: Grove of Memory

Golden Gate Park's redwood grove, with Doughboy statue, commemorating Native Sons who died in 20th Century wars.
Outside Lands San Francisco - Jun 3, 2017

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 227: Grove of Memory Outside Lands Podcast Episode 227: Grove of Memory

pictured:World War I Monument, May 27, 1930

The Doughboy by M. Earl Cummings at the Grove of Memory in Golden Gate Park.

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