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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 98: Stonestown

One the Bay Area's first malls, opening in 1952, Stonestown was created by brother developers and home builders Ellis and Henry Stoneson. The Big E! Rickey's Red Chimney! QFI! Blums! And on and on.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Nov 21, 2014

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 98: Stonestown Outside Lands Podcast Episode 98: Stonestown

(above) Stonestown, circa 1952

Stonestown Shopping Center under construction. View From Park Merced towards Mt. Davidson

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