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We Love the Fog
Woody LaBounty waxes poetic on the west side's Summer visitor
SF West History Minute - Sep 24, 2009
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The Great Sign Search
We go looking throughout the hills West of Twin Peaks for artifacts of an earlier day
(SF West History Minute Oct 28, 2009)
The Breon Gate
Why is there a huge gate at 19th and Lincoln?
(SF West History Minute Sep 1, 2009)
Jimmy's Old Car Picnic
Jimmy's Old Car Picnic is an annual tradition in Golden Gate Park
(SF West History Minute Oct 11, 2009)
Remnants of an early 20th century Ocean Beach roadhouse hidden inside a nondescript apartment building
(SF West History Minute Feb 24, 2013)
Reusing one the the Sunset's great buildings
(SF West History Minute Jun 11, 2009)
In 1941, builder Ray Galli broke the Sunset District mold with his tiny single-story homes.
(SF West History Minute Nov 9, 2009)
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