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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 379: US Public Health Service Hospital
A hospital located off of Lake Street provided health care to US service members for over a hundred years. Former Park Ranger, historian, and author, John Martini tells us about the origins through the decommissioning of the USPHS Hospital.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - May 16, 2020
(above) 15th & Lake, Apr 11, 1931
[U.S. Marine Hospital. Presidio near 14th Ave.] [dpwbook47 dpwA2957] Public Health Service Hospital west of Mountain Lake.
DPW Horace Chaffee
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We know about the life of Zero Thomas, thanks to an amazing discovery at a landfill. Thomas was an African American soldier stationed at the Presidio around 1870. And through his trove of papers, we can tell his story living as a black family in the early days of San Francsisco. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Feb 27, 2021)