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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 95: Homewood Terrace

The reincarnation of the Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Homewood Terrace on Ocean Avenue was an innovative model for taking care of at-risk children from the 1920s to the 1960s.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Nov 1, 2014

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 95: Homewood Terrace Outside Lands Podcast Episode 95: Homewood Terrace

(above) Homewood Terrace, Aug 26, 1941

Ocean Avenue, children playing and posed in front of main buildings

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