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Art to Zoo: Mr. Woodward's Gardens

Art to Zoo: Mr. Woodward's Gardens

In 1868, hotel owner Robert Woodward opens his home and gardens at Mission and 14th Streets, alongside the tracks of his horse car line, as a pleasure park, with a 25-cent admission fee to enter the gates.

Woodward's Gardens
Woodward's Gardens

"Woodward's Gardens are...a grand union of park, garden, conservatory, museum, gymnasium, zoological grounds and art gallery, no Eastern city offers the equal of Woodward's Gardens."

-- BANCROFT's PACIFIC GUIDE.

Woodward's Gardens, 1874
Woodward's Gardens, 1874
Woodward's Gardens, art gallery
Woodward's Gardens, art gallery
Woodward's Gardens, between 1866 and 1892
Woodward's Gardens, between 1866 and 1892
Camel rides being given in Woodward's Gardens
Camel rides being given in Woodward's Gardens
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