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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 305: Francis Scott Key Monument

The story of a peripatetic statue, that looks like a wedding cake top, in Golden Gate Park's Music Concourse.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Dec 15, 2018

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 305: Francis Scott Key Monument Outside Lands Podcast Episode 305: Francis Scott Key Monument

(above) Golden Gate Park, circa 1898

[Jas. Lick's Monument to Francis Scott Key] In original location at site of present tennis courts.
A.J. McDonald

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