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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 409: Catholic Churches in the Richmond

The oldest Catholic church in the Richmond dates back to the 1880s. As the population of San Francisco spread west, so did the churches. Today's pod gives us a historical glimpse on the many Catholic churches in the Richmond.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Dec 12, 2020

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 409: Catholic Churches in the Richmond Outside Lands Podcast Episode 409: Catholic Churches in the Richmond

(above) View NW from Buena Vista Park, circa 1935

View northwest from Buena Vista Park to Presidio, Golden Gate and Marin Headlands. Public Health Service Hospital at center. Panhandle, St. Ignatius Church, Haight-Ashbury in foreground. [Ocean Entrance To Golden Gate.] (Superior copy of wnp27.2820)
J.K. Piggott

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