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Title
Streetcar No. 1 of the Santa Cruz, Garfield Park and Capitola line at the Lower Plaza
Crew of streetcar #1 of the Santa Cruz, Garfield Park and Capitola line at the Lower Plaza, the junction of Front Street (on the left) and Pacific Avenue (on the right). The building on the plaza between Front and Pacific is the Flatiron, built by Hugo Hihn in 1859-60.
Source of information: Notes on back of photo
McCaleb p. 38
Article on this website, see link below
Date Created and/or Issued
1892
Publication Information
Santa Cruz Public Libraries
Contributing Institution
Santa Cruz Public Libraries
Collection
Photo Collection
Rights Information
This photograph/postcard is the property of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries, California.
Restrictions on Use
Description
Crew of streetcar #1 of the Santa Cruz, Garfield Park and Capitola line at the Lower Plaza, the junction of Front Street (on the left) and Pacific Avenue (on the right). The building on the plaza between Front and Pacific is the Flatiron, built by Hugo Hihn in 1859-60.
Source of information: Notes on back of photo
McCaleb p. 38
Article on this website, see link below
Type
image
Format
Image
Identifier
LH-0553
Language
English
Subject
Flatiron Building
Front Street
Pacific Avenue
Streetcars
Santa Cruz, Garfield Park and Capitola Electric Railway
Time Period
1890s
Place
Santa Cruz (City)
Relation
The Flatiron Buildin
Photo Gallery of Pacific Avenue
Transportation: Railroads and Streetcars

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