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Title
Fallon House in distance, c.1868
Creator
Unknown
Date Created and/or Issued
1865-1870
Contributing Institution
History San Jose Research Library
Collection
History San Jose Online Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
Featured in the "City with a Past" exhibit with title, "View to the west, c. 1870" and this caption: In the center is the home of Captain Thomas Fallon, who raised the American flag over San Jose in 1846. To the left is the Peralta Adobe, the only pre-1800 structure still remaining in the city. The Louis Pellier home and City Gardens Nursery can be seen to the right, the site of today's Pellier Park. (A copy print of this image is in the Leonard McKay Collection)
Identifier
82A56625-70CD-40A3-B421-249029064913
1997-232-852
Subject
Peralta Adobe-Fallon House Historic Site
Parks--California--San Jose
Pellier Park (San Jose, Calif.)
City Gardens Nursery (San Jose, Calif.)

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