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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 106: Sutro Heights

Sutro Heights, a San Francisco park high above the Pacific Ocean, was the personal estate of Adolph Sutro - a land of fake Greek statues, fake rocks, and maybe the real remains of Sutro himself.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jan 23, 2015

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 106: Sutro Heights Outside Lands Podcast Episode 106: Sutro Heights

(above) Sutro Heights, circa 1910

Sutro Heights Entrance Gate, by Martin Behrman. Man standing on Palm Ave.
George Kanzee Martin Behrman

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