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Recordings organized by Pauline Henderson. Side 1/Memories of Alameda Women 1. Introduction of speakers; steam engines; taking meals to train conductors; 'picnic' trains; 'dinkey'; ferries; Posey Tube; ferry commuting; old Neptune Beach; street cars; Park Street Side 2/ Memories of Alameda Women II. Park Street shops; first automobile in Alameda; avaition; electric automobile; Clipper ships; airdrome; 1906 earthquake; Park Street fire; community spirit; what do you miss about old Alameda; school days.
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