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Photograph of the Hauschildt Ranch site
Date Created and/or Issued
1961 March
Publication Information
California State University, East Bay
Contributing Institution
California State University, East Bay University Archives
Administration and Finance Records
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A view of the Hauschildt Ranch property in the Hayward hills that became the campus of Alameda County State College, later known as California State College at Hayward and then California State University, Hayward. Handwritten on the back of the photograph: Early March 1961 Hauschildt site.
1 color photographic print; 26 x 20.5 cm.
Hauschildt family
Universities & colleges--California--Hayward
Hayward (Calif.)
Photograph from Administration and Finance Collection, flat oversized box labeled University Campus Construction, envelope labeled Plant Operations, Ranch

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