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Looking north on the 100 block of South Main Street Sebastopol circa mid-1930s
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: Looking north on South Main Street Sebastopol circa mid-1930s. The Thomas Grill is seen to the right at 109 South Main, next to Ed H. Lariviere, Real Estate and Insurance at 115 South Main Street. The First National Bank with the clock, faces the Bank of Sonoma County across Sebastopol Avenue. Borba's Photo and Art Goods store was located at 115 North Main. Vintage cars line Main Street.
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