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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 420: Forest Hill Microhoods

Today, most of the area's developments have been subsumed by the Forest Hill neighborhood. But in the early 1900s, different developers constructed their own residential neighborhoods. WNP Board Member and residential parks historian, Richard Brandi joins the Pod to tell the stories of these microhoods.
- Mar 6, 2021

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 420: Forest Hill Microhoods Outside Lands Podcast Episode 420: Forest Hill Microhoods

(above) Magellan & Pacheco, Apr 18, 1913

[The San Francisco Commercial Club visits Forest Hill, April 18, 1913, Compliments of Newell-Murdoch Co.] View over Dewey Blvd. to Forest Hill extension development, Edgehill in background

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