SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Sidewalks

Keyword Album: Sidewalks

Size: 15 items

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A blue house in Santa Cruz showing roof, porch, and siding damage after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake

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An earthquake-damaged two storey house in Santa Cruz, late 1989 or early 1990

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View of brick rubble on the Pacific Garden Mall after the 1989 earthquake

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Almost the same shot as the previous photo in the set, but a longer view showing a crane and a crowd in hard hats near the top of the Pacific Garden Mall

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The first Santa Cruz Carnegie Library (1904-1966), also known as the Main Library.

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Workers use a crane to move metal rods to assemble the temporary pavilions

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Assembly of the temporary pavilions, looking towards the backs of the closed-off buildings on Pacific Avenue

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The Frederick A. Hihn Mansion, was designed by Charles Wellington Davis and built in 1872.

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The Frederick A. Hihn Mansion on Church Street, designed by Charles Wellington Davis and built in 1872.

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Subject Headings and Keywords: Homes--Hihn Mansion, Houses, Gardens, Towers, Sidewalks
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