Overviews of Aquatic Park history:
Anniversary of San Francisco's Aquatic Park (blog post): brief history with photograph about Aquatic Park's dedication on January 22, 1939 and 75th anniversary in 2014.
Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building (Maritime Museum): overview of the building's history with information on planning your visit.
Cultural landscape inventories: 2002 available in the Library, or 2001 available online (.pdf)
Cultural landscape report, 2010 available online for free in multiple formats from the Internet Archive or NPS Focus, or in the Library.
A Dream of Seven Decades by James Delgado (book), available online for free in multiple formats from the Internet Archive or on NPS Focus or in the Library.
Aquatic Park Bathhouse, Beach Street, West of Polk Street, San Francisco, San Francisco County, CA: photos, plans, and history from the Historic American Buildings Survey, Engineering Record, Landscapes Survey (HABS/HAER).
Restoration (2006- 2011):
"Museum Headed to Drydock" (In: Maritime News no.12, April-May-June 2006) (.pdf)
"Bathhouse Building a Legacy of the New Deal" (In: Maritime News no.20, March-April-May 2008) (.pdf)
"Restored 1939 Bathhouse Building Sparkles Again" (In: Maritime News no.22, Sept.-Oct.-Nov. 2008) (.pdf)
"Museum Opened to the Public 60 Years Ago" (In: Maritime News no.32, Mar.-Apr.-May 2011) (.pdf)
Amphitheater and Bleachers:
Aquatic Park amphitheater focused historic structure report, 2005 (book), available in the Library
"A Nicer Place to Sit and Enjoy the View?" (In: Maritime News no.25, June-July-Aug. 2009) (.pdf of the issue)
Arts, crafts, skills, and artists, artisans, and craft workers has links to information about the artists and craftspeople involved in the Bathhouse Building and elsewhere in the Park.
Yesterday and today:
"Agitation?? No...Cavitation!!" The effects of the environment on the props on display in Aquatic Park.
Aquatic Park Cove Information for planning your visit by boat.
Go on a Hilaire Hiler Sea Hunt in the Bathhouse lobby.
Redesigning the Waterfront: A Self-Guided Walking Tour
(.pdf brochure) From the Hyde Street Pier to Lower Fort Mason, includes Aquatic Park
Snowy Egrets on Aquatic Park beach
Sounds of Aquatic Park:
Then and Now photos of Aquatic Park