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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 78: Top Five Statues of Golden Gate Park
David and Woody offer their top five favorite statues of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park: a president, a novelist, a mother, a poet, and a gardener.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jul 5, 2014
(above) Music Concourse,
Golden Gate Park. Two young girls standing in front of 'Apple Cider Press Statue.' The bronze sculpture was displayed in this location during the Midwinter Fair of 1894. M.H. de Young later purchased it for the City of San Francisco. The statue was originally a fountain. (The girl at left is filling a drinking cup with water from the fountain.)
Why does Lincoln Highway end in San Francisco, and why is it named after our 16th President? David, Woody and Nicole discuss the western terminus of America's first transcontinental road. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Sep 28, 2019)