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A group of redwood trees in Mill Valley, California. Title partially transcribed from front of postcard, which reads: "No. 422, A group of Redwoods, growing out from root of an immense Redwood, Mill Valley, Marin County, California". Back of postcard is printed with the following: "Chas. Weidner, San Francisco, Calif. Made in Germany." Correspondence to a Miss Grace Sterrett on back. Postcard is stamped and postmarked 1909.
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