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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 399: Richmond District WPA Playgrounds

In the 1930s, the Works Progress Administration constructed a variety of projects in San Francisco that endure to this day. This week, we shake the sand out of our shoes and explore our favorite WPA-era built playgrounds in the Richmond.
- Oct 3, 2020

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 399: Richmond District WPA Playgrounds Outside Lands Podcast Episode 399: Richmond District WPA Playgrounds

(above) Rossi Playground, 1950s

[Recreation & Parks] View of baseball game in progress.

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