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2009-0356 In PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM: **qc917.9471 C6, pg. #33 In: Scenes of Santa Clara Valley In the center foreground a dirt road curves into space to the left; this road is bordered by Palm and other trees rising from a lawned area on both sides. "Olive trees planted by the padres over 100 years ago." E.L. Beard and step-son Henry Elsworth developed orchard and wheat farm extending for some two thousand acres in and about Mission San Jose in Santa Clara Valley in early 1850's. This tract forms heart of La Palmera Rancho of Juan Gallegos in late 1880's. Mr. Gallegos emigrated from Costa Rica, was prominent viticulturist.
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1 photographic print ; 7 1/4 x 9 3/8 in.
Gallegos, Juan--Homes & haunts Costa Rican Americans--California--San Jose Gardens--California--San Jose Palms--California--San Jose Olive trees--California--San Jose Driveways--California--San Jose San Jose (Calif.)--Photographs