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Anna P. Alvine Goldberg in front of her home on 482 Bonnardel Avenue, Sebastopol, about 1912
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: Anna P Alvine Goldberg (1862-1951) in front of her home on 482 Bonnardel, Sebastopol--This picture was also taken around 1912 in Analy Township, Sebastopol, Sonoma County, CA with my great aunt standing in front of her home. We knew her as Auntie Goldberg and she was the sister to my grandmother Alvina's mother Amelia Johanna Kether Smith. Amelia's husband was Thomas Russell Smith and they had a farm in Gold Ridge Township. Auntie Goldberg's husband was William Louis Goldberg who owned the Optometry/Jewelry store on Main Street at 118 North Main in Sebastopol
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