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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.
- May 30, 2020

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

pictured:Thomas Starr King Monument, circa 1910

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

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