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Downtown Sebastopol, California in 1890
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Postcard--black and white, photo: picture of downtown Sebastopol in 1890. Four buildings are visible. Handwritten message on verso and postmarked Sebastopol, CA May 20, 1913. The postcard message was written to Mary Street in San Jose, CA from her sister Emma Street. Mary Street (Darby) and Emma Aletha Street Hively Purrington were children of Sophronia C. Sullivan Street and James H. Street, and grandchildren of Isaac Wilson Sullivan and Mary "Polly" Gilliam Sullivan who were early pioneers of Green Valley (Graton).
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