SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Sidewalks

Keyword Album: Sidewalks

Size: 15 items


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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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