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Six women, one man employees and a child stand at the entrance to the Eastland Bakery. Five women are wearing uniforms with aprons. One woman standing in the back is wearing a white hat. The man is wearing a white shirt. The sign over the door says "Eastland Bakery and Confectionery." Signs above windows say "Coffee Parlor" and "Checking". There are signs on the windows that say "Eastland Bakery" and "Eastland Confectionery." There is an Eastland Bakery sign on the awning and another sign that juts out in a triangle above the bakery. The Eastland Bakery was the first bakery in Mill Valley.