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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 390: Zakheim Murals at UCSF

The New-Deal era, Bernard Zakheim murals at UC San Francisco are in imminent danger of being destroyed. Portraying the history of medicine, ten frescoes are displayed in UC Hall, which will soon be demolished as plans for a new hospital and research center on the site take shape. This week's pod discusses the artists and how you can comment in favor of the murals' preservation.
- Aug 1, 2020

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 390: Zakheim Murals at UCSF Outside Lands Podcast Episode 390: Zakheim Murals at UCSF

pictured:UC San Francisco, 1990s

A series of WPA murals (commissioned 1938) on the history of medicine in California by Bernard Zakheim (muralist), Koi Anderson (plasterer), Phyllis Wrightson (assistant). They are in Toland Hall (UC Hall), 533 Parnassus Avenue.[UCSF murals]
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