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Title
Hazel Street and Chico High School
Contributor
Ash, Tyler
Date Created and/or Issued
Ca. 1910
Publication Information
Meriam Library. California State University, Chico
Contributing Institution
California State University, Chico
Collection
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Street view of Hazel Street Chico
postmark: Sept. 14, 1908, 9/14/08 "Dear Friend: having a fine time here with old friend Bill, this is a very pretty place. What do you know, they raise watermelons where I am staying. Um, um! I think i will like this place. Will send more views". Roger addressed to : Mrs. Bertha Houret, 605 18th St. Oakland, Calif.
eas; published for Chico Bookstore, Chico, Calif. by M. Reider, Los Angeles. No. 7531, made in Germany
Type
image
Format
89 x 138 mm
Letterpress half-tone; Postcard - split back
Identifier
sc28355
http://archives.csuchico.edu/cdm/ref/collection/coll11/id/10853
Subject
Streets
School buildings
Place
Chico (Calif.)
Butte County (Calif.)
Chico Senior High School (Chico, Calif.)
Source
sc28355.tif
Relation
Hard Drive
2012-026
original not owned
Northeastern California Historical Photograph Collection

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