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Shipwrecks at Lands End
At the particularly low tides you can see a number of shipwrecks at Lands End
SF West History Minute - Jan 3, 2012
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More History Minutes
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)
When the cemeteries were moved from the Richmond District, the remains went one place and the headstones another.
(SF West History Minute Jan 28, 2010)
In 1941, builder Ray Galli broke the Sunset District mold with his tiny single-story homes.
(SF West History Minute Nov 9, 2009)
New Shack Identified
Recent renovations yield a historic dicovery in the Castro... another 1906 Earthquake refugee cottage.
(SF West History Minute Jul 31, 2009)
Apartment Building with Surprising Past
Is this Ocean Beach building more than it seems?
(SF West History Minute Jul 7, 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)
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