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Eucalyptus Avenue on the Naglee Estate. Brigadier General Henry Morris Naglee purchased land in San Jose in 1858. Naglee collected rare plants and hired a landscape architect to plan his estate. The estate was subdivided in 1902 and it is now known as the neighborhood, Naglee Park.
image/jpeg2000 Scaled to 3000 pixels width. Grayscale strip cropped from image. Scanning outsourced to Northern Micrographics as part of the Local History Digital Resources Project, 2005-2006. Technical metadata is limited