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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 358: Merced Heights

Merced Heights was one of the few, post-war, housing developments to sell to African-American families in the 40s. Learn more about this lesser-known Heights located near San Francisco State University.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Dec 28, 2019

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 358: Merced Heights Outside Lands Podcast Episode 358: Merced Heights

(above) View from Merced Heights, 1944

View over Park Merced from Merced Heights, towards Lake Merced & Fort Funston. Fog bank

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