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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 13: Sunset Architecture

San Francisco's largest neighborhood has its own distinctive architecture thanks to 1930s merchant-builders like Henry Doelger, Oliver Rousseau, and the Gellerts.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Apr 4, 2013

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 13: Sunset Architecture Outside Lands Podcast Episode 13: Sunset Architecture

(above) 43rd Ave near Judah, 1951

1410 43rd Ave, near Judah was built, along with its neighbors, in 1950

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