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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 423: Saving the Cliff House Collection

When the Cliff House suddenly closed in December 2020, its collection of treasures from Sutro Baths, Playland, and the Cliff House itself were put up for auction. Learn how a scrappy group of like-minded preservationists banded together to save some of the most significant pieces of the collection and what's next for the collection.
- Mar 27, 2021

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 423: Saving the Cliff House Collection Outside Lands Podcast Episode 423: Saving the Cliff House Collection

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