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George Dunn: Aspiring Pitcher for the San Francisco Seals
  1. San Francisco Examiner, December 7, 1936; April 26, June 21, 1937; March 12, April 5, June 19, August 15, 1938; December 8, 1939; May 1, 1940; December 18, 1941; February 26, May 5, 1942; January 26, 1945; October 11 and 23, 1947. Available at Newspapers.com (subscription required).

  2. San Francisco Seals. Available at Baseball Reference.

  3. Battleship USS West Virginia ( BB-48 ). Available at USSWestVirginia.org.

  4. USS West Virginia Online Exhibit. Available at West Virginia Culture.

  5. The Voyage of the Honda Knot. Available at Ohm Sweet Ohm

  6. San Francisco Chronicle, December 18, 1941. Available at Newspapers.com (subscription required).

  7. Pearl Harbor Muster Rolls, USS West Virginia (BB-48), December 31, 1941. Available at Ancestry.com (subscription required).

Wonder Women! Glen Park's Gum Tree Girls, Minnie Straub Baxter, and the San Francisco Freeway Revolt

 

Glen Park Resident Johanna Pinther and the First March for Suffrage in the United States

 

The Suffrage Movement in Glen Park: Backstory to the First Suffrage March in America

 
History of "Glen Park Among the Pines"
  1. Loeb C.S. Westwood Highlands: The Rise of the Realtor. In: Entrepreneurial Vernacular: Developers’ Subdivisions in the 1920s. JHU Press: Baltimore, MD. 2001. 

  2. United States Coast Survey. Entrance to San Francisco Bay California. U.S. Coast Survey: Washington, D.C. 1859. Available at David Rumsey Historical Map Collection

  3. Langley HG. San Francisco Directory for the Year Commencing September, 1862. Commercial Steam Presses, Valentine & Co., San Francisco, CA. 1862. Available at Archive.org.

  4. Langley HG and Wackenreuder V. City and County of San Francisco. Henry Langley: San Francisco, CA. 1861. Available at the David Rumsey Historical Map Collection.

  5. United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006. Available at Ancestry.com. (membership required, or access at the San Francisco Public Library). 

  6. Miller LR. History of the San Francisco & San Jose Railroad. Submitted to the C.M. Kirkbride Contest, San Mateo Junior College. June 1941. Available at Askmar.

  7. Daily Alta California, Sacramento Daily Union, and the San Francisco Call. Available at the California Digital Newspaper Collection.

  8. V. Wackenreuder. City and County of San Francisco, 1861. Available at the David Rumsey Map Collection.

  9. City and County of San Francisco, 1863 (GOGA 40014). Available at the Park Archives and Records Center, Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

  10. San Francisco Chronicle, May 22, 1869. Available at the San Francisco Public Library (library card required).

  11. Guide Map to the City of San Francisco Compiled from the Official Surveys & Engraved Expressly for Langley’s San Francisco Directory, 1877. From a Private Collector.

  12. The Chevalier Map of San Francisco. August Chevalier: San Francisco, CA. 1911. Available at David Rumsey Historical Map Collection. 

  13. Irvine LH (ed). Behrend Joost. In: A History of the New California: Its Resources and People. Vol I. The Lewis Publishing Co.: Chicago, IL and New York, NY. 1905. Available at Google Books

  14. Rice W and Echeverria E. San Francisco’s Pioneer Electric Railway: San Francisco & San Mateo Railway Company. Available at The Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco.

  15. Root, R. Personal History and Reminisces, With Personal Opinions on Contemporary Events, 1845-1921. Printed for Private Circulation: San Francisco, CA. 1921. Available at Google Books

  16. Baldwin & Howell, Series I, Office Files, Box 1/7, File 4 (History), and Record of Sales. San Francisco History Center, 6th Floor. San Francisco Public Library

  17. San Francisco Chronicle, November 21, 1947. Available at the San Francisco Public Library (library card required).

  18. Schneider M. An earthquake cottage in Glen Park. News from the Glen Park Association. June 13, 2014. Available at the Glen Park Association

  19. Glen Park Resident, Personal Communication. October 2014.

  20. Verplanck, CP. Glen Park – architectural and social history. San Francisco Apartment Magazine. 2001; December. Available at the San Francisco Apartment Association. [No longer available online]

  21. Silver M. Rancho San Miguel. Stanyan Printing: San Francisco, CA. 1992.

  22. California General Subject Collection, courtesy of the Alice Phelan Sullivan Library, Society of California Pioneers. Courtesy of the Society of California Pioneers.

  23. Arthur G. Duncan and Crocker Estate Company. Glen Park Among the Pines. Original publication date unknown. Source unknown. 

 
The Bucolic Byways of Glen Park: Ohlone Way, Poppy Lane, and Penny Lane
  1. People for Bikes. Available at PeopleforBikes.org

  2. Green Lane Association. Available at GLASS-UK.org

  3. Glen Park Perspective, February 1979; Glen Park News March 1995, Summer 2000, Fall 2005, Spring 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2008. All available at Archive.org.

  4. Sanborn Maps. Available at the San Francisco Public Library (library card required), and the 1905 edition at David Rumsey Historical Maps, available at DavidRumsey.com.

  5. Journal of Proceedings, Board of Supervisors, City and County of San Francisco, Vol. 87, No. 27 , July 6, 1992 to June 2, 1993. Available at Archive.org

  6. San Francisco Chronicle, November 21, 1947. Available at the San Francisco Public Library (library card required).

  7. Garden for Wildlife Program. Available at the National Wildlife Federation

 

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