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Title
Brochure 1949, LIFE in San Jose
Date Created and/or Issued
1949
Contributing Institution
San José Public Library. California Room
Collection
Ephemera Collection
Rights Information
The California Room can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying any claims of the copyright holder. Permission to copy or publish any portion of the California Room's collection must be given by the California Room.
Description
This brochure was published for the citizens of south Willow Glen when the area was annexed to the City of San Jose. It gives examples of city services. The front cover is designed to look like an issue of LIFE magazine. A police officer is pictured.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg2000
Master images scanned at 300 dpi and scaled to 6000 pixels on the longest side. Bit depth: grayscale at 8-bit; color at 24-bit. Images compressed to 800 pixels across the long dimension and to JPEG format. Scanning outsourced to Luna Imaging Inc. as part of an LSTA Grant funded by the California State Library in 2003-2004. Scanning hardware is unknown.
Extent
16 pages; 22 x 14 cm.
Identifier
http://digitalcollections.sjlibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/sjplephemer/id/396
Language
English
Subject
City & town life
Ephemera
Municipal services
Pamphlets
Police
Place
Willow Glen
San Jose
California
Source
Clyde Arbuckle Ephemera Collection

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