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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 417: Sutro the Collector
Adolph Sutro's vast wealth enabled his passion for collecting. Dr. Lissette Jimenez, Egyptologist at SF State University joins the Nicole, David, and John to describe the breadth and depth of Sutro's acquisitions. From mummies to books to amusement rides, there were virtually no limits to Sutro's eclectic collection.
- Feb 13, 2021
(above) Sutro Baths Interior, circa 1910
Display case of taxidemied cats on promenade level. 'Panorama of the World' exhibit, San Francisco Earthquake Disaster show. [SU-20] Superior duplicate of wnp4.0207 [G810 SU-020] (GGNRA/Behrman GOGA 35346)
How did San Francisco's Telegraph Hill get its name? An octagonal building at Point Lobos on the western edge of the city tells the story. Plus, information about David's wedding cake. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Aug 29, 2014)