SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Buildings

Keyword Album: Buildings

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The oldest building at Salz was probably built around 1861.


"Papa" Anecito used horse and wagon to transport the tannoak bark from the drying sheds across Highway 9 to the main Salz Tannery buildings.


Hides were stacked after being removed from the salt pits.


The Salz sculpture was hoisted by crane and paused on River Street prior to its installation in the tannery courtyard.


Salz Tannery employed about 185 people in 1985.


Jeremy Lezin took this aerial photograph of the Salz Tannery sometime in the 1980's.


The Salz Leathers sign includes the logo as well as the phrase "natural leather since 1861".


Designed by J. W. Newcum, the "Octagon" served Santa Cruz County for 86 years as its Hall of Records, at the southwest corner of Front and Cooper Streets.

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Subject Headings and Keywords: Government--County, Landmarks--Octagon, Octagonal Buildings


A tree and the Leonard building visible behind a pile of debris in a fenced-off area

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