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Negative shows a group of men and women participating in the 1986 y-Walk. The first person in this group is walking with both arms extended at her sides and slightly raised. A couple of people following her are waving at the camera. Some of the participants are carrying balloons and they are walking across a street under a large metal sign that arches across the street and reads: "San Pedro Square." At the base of each side of the sign are murals. On the right side Leland Stanford is depicted and on the left is his wife Jane. On envelope "1986 Y-Walk." On large envelope holding smaller envelope used to hold the negatives: "Name: Brock, Trish. Date: 12/2-. Phone: 295-4011. "Executive Director Faith Rein (the top job had been renamed again) and President Sarah Janigian launched two annual events that heaped public attention on the association: the Y-Walk downtown in 1984, in which volunteers enlisted sponsors to raise money for YWCA programs; and TWIN, Tribute to Women and Industry, in 1985." From Fran Smith, "Breaking Ground: The Daring Women of the YWCA in the Santa Clara Valley, 1905-2005, " (2005), p.87. Murals on the San Pedro Square are of Leland and Jane Stanford. From: http://www.sanpedrosquare.com/our-story. (Viewed 3/14/2012).