(Also referred to as the
|The Lurline Pier was
located on Ocean Beach between Balboa and Anza streets. It was sometimes
called the "Olympic Club Pier" because an intake pipe for pumping
saltwater to the old Lurline Baths and Olympic Club pools downtown, hence
the two names. The pier lasted until the 1960s and formed the southern
boundary of the stretch of beach that surfers still call "Kelly's Cove".
Lurline Pier protected the intake pipe
for the downtown Lurline Baths (Larkin and Bush streets, 1894-1936)
Postmarked Feb 23 1917
"A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR"
children at play...
sitting on the water filter...
Image courtesy of Dennis O'Rorke
Possibly taken from the Lurline Pier
(ebay image - 7/19/2017)
Glass Negative of Ocean Beach, March 1917
(this close-up only shows part of the image - click for full image)
San Francisco Call - 5 July 1895 (full
SF Call - Feb 20 1910
Close-up from this Ocean Beach
"Lurline Baths, San