Z.Eldredge SF Chronicle 10 Aug 1912

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Z.Eldredge SF Chronicle 10 Aug 1912 - RAIL EXTENSION THROUGH PARK DRAWS A PROTEST...
RAIL EXTENSION THROUGH PARK DRAWS A PROTEST Zoeth S Eldredge Says It Would Destroy Grounds Beauty With reference to the proposed extensions extensions of the municipal road across Golden Gate Park one at Tenth avenue avenue and the other at Thirty - third avenue Zoeth 8 Eldredge has written a letter to the chairman of the Public Utilities Commjttee of the Board of Supervisors in which he says As a citizen of San Francisco I most earnestly protest against the extension extension of any railroad across Golden Gate Park at any point whatsoever Golden Gate Park Is one of the greatest greatest attractions San Francisco has It la the admiration of the world and to cut It up by running railroads across it would In my Judgment destroy destroy Its character and beauty Nothing Nothing could compensate the people for such a violation of their rights It would be a crime

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 10 Aug 1912, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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