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Charles James Dowd holding his daughter, Charlotte, on Throckmorton Avenue at Madrone Avenue. The empty lot in the background is 130 Throckmorton Avenue. Charles Dowd was an early Mill Valley resident who founded a livery stable, Dowd's Fashion Stables.
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