Bridging the Past - Golden Gate NRA Museum Program Blog
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The Bridging the Past - Golden Gate NRA Museum Program Blog will provide opportunities to spotlight individual collections, describe events and programs that involve museum materials, and discuss projects and positions within the Museum Program.
March 04, 2011
Did You Know?
The Fort Mason’s Officer Club was built in 1877 as the commanding officers’ residence and up through 1943, has been the home of virtually every significant general officer in the western states including Irvin McDowell, Nelson Miles, Arthur MacArthur, Frederick Funston and John Dewitt.