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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 392: Dr. Emma Sutro Merritt

Dr. Emma Sutro Merritt was Adolf Sutro's eldest child. Accomplished in her own right, she left a lasting legacy in San Francisco to this day. WNP's Chelsea Sellin joins the live podcast as we continue this year's celebration of Women on the West Side.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Aug 15, 2020

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 392: Dr. Emma Sutro Merritt Outside Lands Podcast Episode 392: Dr. Emma Sutro Merritt

(above) Adolph Sutro & family, circa 1890

Family group with Adolph Sutro in unknown location.

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