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2002-0174. View of two-story brick colonial-style home of Thomas McConnell near Elk Grove. Shows McConnell and his wife standing in the front yard behind a picket fence; in front of the fence: daughter, Mary A. Bostwick, sitting on horse at left, other friends and relatives to the right including two women in a horse-drawn buggy. Built in 1850 at McConnell Station located near Cosumnes River out of Elk Grove. Bought in 1857 by Thomas McConnell who made fortune with sawmill and store in Georgetown. Image published in the Sacramento Union, March 23, 1941, section C, pg. 11C.
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