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Ladies Serving Lunch at Groundbreaking for the Paving of El Camino Real, 1912
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San Bruno Public Library
California Revealed from San Bruno Public Library
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The occasion for this picture was the groundbreaking for the paving of El Camino Real. Back row: Mrs. Otto Tusko; Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Mrs. Skellinger, Mrs. Beckner, Mrs. Robert Liddle. Seated in the front row is Mrs. E. Doyle.
20 x 25 cm
Women--California--San Bruno
Road construction--California--San Bruno
Group portraits
San Bruno Public Library
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