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The Alameda, made by Mission Fathers, in 1788
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History San Jose Research Library
History San Jose Online Catalog
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A horse and buggy traveling on The Alameda. This photograph was taken when there were three rows of trees lining The Alameda.
Black & White, Printing-out Paper
Shasta Hanchett Park Neighborhood (San Jose, Calif.)
Alameda, The (San Jose and Santa Clara, Calif.)
Horse-drawn vehicles (LCSH)
Nineteenth century (LCSH)

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