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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 15: Earthquake Shacks

After San Francisco's 1906 Earthquake and Fire over 5,600 relief cottages were constructed for the refugees. Some still survive today.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Apr 18, 2013

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 15: Earthquake Shacks Outside Lands Podcast Episode 15: Earthquake Shacks

(above) Camp Richmond, circa 1907

Camp Richmond, earthquake refugee camp on land occupied by Park-Presidio Boulevard, 1906-1908.
Charles Weidner

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