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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 269: Merced Manor

Marketed as "The White City," the housing development between Stern Grove and Stonestown was built in Spanish style during the Depression.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Mar 31, 2018

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 269: Merced Manor Outside Lands Podcast Episode 269: Merced Manor

(above) West of Twin Peaks, circa 1932

Aerial View. Plotted for Development. Sloat Blvd at center. Merced Manor in processing of grading streets.

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