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Panorama view of Sebastopol, California, from Walter Gillette's cottage above Calder Avenue, November 6, 1905
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--black and white: Panorama view of Sebastopol taken in 1905 and mounted on posterboard. The houses on Calder Avenue are seen. also the Congregational Church tower, a water tower, wind mill and the top of the Methodist church on the left. Handwritten on verso: "Panoramic view of the town of Sebastopol. This picture was taken from down just below my cottage. The views of the town and Russian River Valley is much prettier from up at the cottage. This picture shows a portion of the residential district but scarcely non of the business portion. Monday Nov 6--05 Walter. Sebastopol Gillette Photo."
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