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Title
Edgewood neighborhood of Mill Valley, 1907 [postcard]
Creator
unknown
Contributor
Metadata provided by Phil Rhodes
Date Created and/or Issued
1907
Publication Information
Marin County Free Library. Anne T. Kent California Room
W. I. Price, Mill Valley, Cal
Contributing Institution
Marin County Free Library
Collection
Mill Valley - Jim Staley Postcard Archive, Phil Rhodes Collection
Rights Information
unknown
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Description
Neighborhood then known as "Edgewood", in the vicinity of Lincoln Ave., Bradford Way, Bigelow Ave., and Hillside Avenue. Left to right are 25 Lincoln Ave., 29 Lincoln Ave., and 2 Bradford Way. House in upper right corner is not identified. All three homes have undergone extensive remodeling. Card is addressed to "Mrs. J. E. Greenhalph, Virginia City, Nevada" with message reading "Phillips Station Calif., Aug 1/11. My Dear Annie: I arrived here today, will stay overnight and then on my way home. I found the journey a pleasant one. Hope you all are well. I am fine, with lots of love to all. Lovingly Yours Jack" Postmarked July 1, 1911. Made in Germany for W. I. Price, Mill Valley, Cal. (One of a series of Mill Valley postcards published by Price in 1907 after the divided back style postcard was made legal that year.) Description provided by Phil Rhodes.
Type
image
Identifier
csrcl_1460
Staley Postcards_Rhodes Collection_10
http://contentdm.marinlibrary.org/cdm/ref/collection/mvpostcards/id/1
Language
English
Place
Mill Valley (Calif.)
Source
Jim Staley Postcard Archive, Phil Rhodes Collection, Anne T. Kent California Room, Marin County Free Library
Relation
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt0q2nc5z2
http://marinlibrary.org/californiaroom

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