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Title
Shell Gas Station, Twenty-first and Santa Clara Streets, San Jose, California
Creator
Stone, George E
Date Created and/or Issued
1949-1950
Contributing Institution
History San Jose Research Library
Collection
History San Jose Online Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
The Shell Gas Station was owned by Melvin C. Jorgensen in 1949-1950 and was located on the corner of Twenty-first and Santa Clara Streets in San Jose, California. A permit was issued in 1922 to Jacob L Priddy to build the house behind the gas station. This photogaph was exhibited at the Santa Clara County Fair and reproduced in the Mercury Herald.
Type
image
Identifier
DA3AB984-85E5-4170-B1D3-022142726147
1997-229-803
Subject
Gasoline pumps
Housing--California--San Jose
Mansions--California--San Jose
Shell Oil Company
Architecture, Victorian--California--San Francisco Bay Area (LCSH)

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