We just added the Crooks Tour blog to our list of resource links (which looks like it could use some updating), and recently there have been some intriguing tales of west side criminality. The Frank Egan murder case in Ingleside Terraces and the violent death of an 1870s transgendered frog-catcher from Ocean View have been recent fascinating entries.
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We’re not really selling real estate over here at the Western Neighborhoods Project, but we thought we’d share this suggestion from the firm of Leonard & Holt from 1923: a home in Ingleside Terraces. (My wife is getting a bathrobe…)
In the fall of 2011, Outside Lands Media will publish a book to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the residential park neighborhood of Ingleside Terraces. Woody LaBounty, creator of the recently published book, Carville-by-the-Sea: San Francisco’s Streetcar Suburb, will be the author, along with help from current and past Ingleside Terraces residents and historians.
Formerly the site of the Ingleside Racetrack (1895-1905), the Ingleside Terraces neighborhood was developed by Joseph Leonard’s Urban Realty Improvement Company beginning in 1910, and features ornamental features including a Giant Sundial.