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Dedication of Carlton Corners as the Girl Scout House, c. 1938. Carlton Corners, located at 299 Carlton Avenue, the tip of San Bruno's "heart," served as the meeting house for the San Bruno troop for many years. From left to right, the girls are Mary Jean Mayer, Carol Huges, and Pat Cocanaugher. The last girl is unknown.
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