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David Warren Memorial
Remembering the former operator of the Giant Camera, first lighter of the Burning Man, and founder of the Suicide Club, at El Cerrito's Playland-Not-at-the-Beach on January 2, 2010.
SF West History Minute - Jan 9, 2010
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More History Minutes
One man's gift to the City
(SF West History Minute May 27, 2009)
Patron Saint Against Earthquakes
The story of the Ingleside's St Emydius
(SF West History Minute May 20, 2009)
WNP Open House
People come from all over to meet in the Westen Neighborhoods
(SF West History Minute May 18, 2009)
Inner Richmond History Walk
A stroll though the Richmond
(SF West History Minute May 11, 2009)
Opening the Golden Gate
The Golden Gate Bridge opened in May 1937
(SF West History Minute May 9, 2012)
Mohawk Gasoline Station
Closed for 25-30 years, the old Mohawk gas station on the southeast corner of Irving Street and 16th Avenue still has curb appeal.
(SF West History Minute Feb 8, 2011)
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