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'''<font face = arial light> <font color = maroon> <font size = 3>Unfinished History</font></font> </font>'''
  
'''The Stern Grove in 1996, considerably greener than in the days described below.'''
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Fun Days At Trocadero
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'''Trocadero Inn, Sigmund Stern Grove, San Francisco, August 18, 1936.'''
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''Historic American Buildings Survey Robert W. Kerrigan, Photographer, HABS_CAL,38-SANFRA,2-1''
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'''Pine Lake, c. 1903.'''
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''Photo: OpenSFHistory.org wnp28.3667''
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'''Pine Lake looking westerly, c. 1910.'''
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''Photo: OpenSFHistory.org wnp15.658''
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'''Pine Lake, originally "Laguna Puerco", in 2008'''
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''Photo: Chris Carlsson''
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'''Stern Grove Park in 2008.'''
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''Photo: Chris Carlsson''
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<font size=4>Fun Days At Trocadero</font size>
  
 
Trocadero was the most popular place for all the children of Parkside to go for adventure and fun. Trocadero is now called Sigmund Stern Grove. The property was given to the City of San Francisco in the early 1930's and was dedicated on June 5, 1932. The Grove now has many lovely plays and concerts, but in the old days, the children would go fishing in Mud Lake, catch frogs and imagine themselves in far-away places and great adventure.
 
Trocadero was the most popular place for all the children of Parkside to go for adventure and fun. Trocadero is now called Sigmund Stern Grove. The property was given to the City of San Francisco in the early 1930's and was dedicated on June 5, 1932. The Grove now has many lovely plays and concerts, but in the old days, the children would go fishing in Mud Lake, catch frogs and imagine themselves in far-away places and great adventure.
  
Contributors to this page include:
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''—Mary Ada Williams, North Scale Institute, San Francisco''
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'''Amadou & Mariam, a blind musical couple from Mali, rock the crowd at the Stern Grove Music Festival, 2007.'''
  
''Loukakos,Dimitri - Photographer-Artist ''
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''Photo: Chris Carlsson''
  
North Scale Institute,San Francisco,CA 94116 - Publisher or Photographer
 
  
Williams,Mary,Ada - Writer
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Latest revision as of 21:57, 10 September 2020

Unfinished History

Historic American Buildings Survey Robert W.jpg

Trocadero Inn, Sigmund Stern Grove, San Francisco, August 18, 1936.

Historic American Buildings Survey Robert W. Kerrigan, Photographer, HABS_CAL,38-SANFRA,2-1

Pine Lake 1903 wnp28.3667.jpg

Pine Lake, c. 1903.

Photo: OpenSFHistory.org wnp28.3667


Pine Lake looking West circa 1910 wnp15.658.jpg

Pine Lake looking westerly, c. 1910.

Photo: OpenSFHistory.org wnp15.658


Pine-lake-nov-07-7227.jpg

Pine-lake-nov-07-7215.jpg

Pine Lake, originally "Laguna Puerco", in 2008

Photo: Chris Carlsson

Stern-grove-park7220.jpg

Stern Grove Park in 2008.

Photo: Chris Carlsson

Fun Days At Trocadero

Trocadero was the most popular place for all the children of Parkside to go for adventure and fun. Trocadero is now called Sigmund Stern Grove. The property was given to the City of San Francisco in the early 1930's and was dedicated on June 5, 1932. The Grove now has many lovely plays and concerts, but in the old days, the children would go fishing in Mud Lake, catch frogs and imagine themselves in far-away places and great adventure.

—Mary Ada Williams, North Scale Institute, San Francisco

A-m-sterngrove3299.jpg

Amadou & Mariam, a blind musical couple from Mali, rock the crowd at the Stern Grove Music Festival, 2007.

Photo: Chris Carlsson


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