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Junction House, Corner of El Camino and San Mateo Ave., late 1800s
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San Bruno Public Library
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This is the corner of San Mateo Avenue ('San Bruno Toll Road') and El Camino Real ('Mission Road') in the late 1800s. Gus Jenevein's Junction House, built in 1889, can be seen where the Union Oil Company and the Antique Emporium is located 1983.
20 x 25 cm
2 of 2
Taverns (Inns)--California--San Bruno
Restaurants--California--San Bruno
San Bruno Public Library
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