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3 edition of Annals of the Olympic Club, San Francisco, 1914. found in the catalog.

Annals of the Olympic Club, San Francisco, 1914.

Olympic Club (San Francisco, Calif.)

Annals of the Olympic Club, San Francisco, 1914.

by Olympic Club (San Francisco, Calif.)

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Published by Printed by the F.H. Abbott Co. in [San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Athletic clubs -- California.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdited by Theodore Bonnet under the direction of William F. Humphrey.
    ContributionsBonnet, Theodore F.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination227 p.
    Number of Pages227
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22967682M

    An excerpt from a book called "The Annals of San Francisco", originally published at by Frank Soulé. The Olympic Club-Lakeside Clubhouse on Skyline Blvd in San Francisco, CA is in the Beach California section(s) Golf Courses And Country Clubs. The map of The Olympic Club-Lakeside Clubhouse shows the approximate location in San Francisco, but you should call them at phone number () to verify their address is Skyline Boulevard, San Francisco, California and to get Location: 99 Harding Rd San Francisco, CA

    Please note that parking restrictions in San Francisco are strictly enforced. Nearby Parking Garages (24 Hours) The Olympic Club, Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA Prestige Parking Garage, Mason Street, San Francisco Sutter Stockton Garage, Stockton Street, San Francisco Petitioner San Francisco Arts & Athletics, Inc. (SFAA), a nonprofit California corporation, promoted the "Gay Olympic Games" to be held in by using those words on its letterheads and mailings, in local newspapers, and on various merchandise sold to cover the costs of the planned Games.

    Lombard St is a condo in San Francisco, CA This 4, square foot condo features 6 bathrooms. This property was built in Based on Redfin's San Francisco data, we estimate the home's value is $4,,Location: Lombard St San Francisco, CA Theodore F. Bonnet, Annals of the Olympic Club, San Francisco (San Francisco: Printed by the F.H. Abbott Co., ). William Greer Harrison, “The Spirit of the Club” in The Olympian, March,


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