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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 381: Thomas Starr King Monument

Reverend Thomas Starr King was a pivotal figure in San Francisco and California history. We resume our celebration of Golden Gate Park's 150th year and examine the Starr King monument and the man.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - May 30, 2020

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 381: Thomas Starr King Monument Outside Lands Podcast Episode 381: Thomas Starr King Monument

(above) Thomas Starr King Monument, circa 1910

Golden Gate park, Thomas Starr King Monument, dedicated October 26, 1892

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