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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 86: Marine Exchange Lookout

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

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 86: Marine Exchange Lookout Outside Lands Podcast Episode 86: Marine Exchange Lookout

(above) Marine Exchange Lookout, 1927, 1927

Crowds of businessmen gather for the dedication of the Marine Exchange Lookout at Lands End, February 1, 1927
SF Business, february 9, 1927

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