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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 102: Naming the Sunset

How did the Sunset District gets its name? A simple question that David and Woody wrestle into submission.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Dec 19, 2014

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 102: Naming the Sunset Outside Lands Podcast Episode 102: Naming the Sunset

(above) Irving near 25th Ave, 1951

Sunset Super at 2415 Irving Street near 25th Avenue, south side of block. Designed by architect Herman C. Baumann, built 1950. Myron's Gifts at left.

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