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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 27: Fleishhacker Pool

Promoted as the world's largest outdoor swimming pool, San Francisco's Fleishhacker Pool opened in 1925 and closed in the early 1970s. It was cold!
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jul 12, 2013

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 27: Fleishhacker Pool Outside Lands Podcast Episode 27: Fleishhacker Pool

(above) Fleishhacker Pool, Jun 4, 1925

View south from the high dive tower at Fleishhacker Pool, lifeguards patrolling in rowboats. Bathhouse at right. Now the site of the SF Zoo parking lot. [Fleishacker Pool, Looking South from Sloat Blvd.][dpwbook35 dpw9768]
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