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Looking Back – Week of Dec 11

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (December 9, 1913)

*Board Orders Street Work Along Highway: Paving To Be Done Under Local Improvement Act of 1901 and Will Include Cement Curbs and Gutters

*Governor Hiram Johnson To Speak in San Jose on Friday

*Electric Line from Santa Clara to Meridian Corners to be Constructed: Will Benefit Schools, Merchants and Churches


*Children’s Day at Woman’s Club, December 19th: Christmas Tree with Toys: Tots Should Have Time of Their Lives

*Three Children Bitten by ‘Mad Dogs’ with Rabies

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (December 11, 1963)

*February 29th: New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller to Speak at Dedication of new Santa Clara City Hall

*New $1.5 Million City Hall Open for Business: Move from old City Hall at Franklin & Washington Streets Underway (Photo spread showing off new City Hall features).

*Battle of Santa Clara Site Marked with State Historical Marker

*Ready in September: Buchser, Wilcox Swimming Pool Plans Move Ahead

* Directors Act: ‘Hate Preacher’ Formally Barred from Holding Meetings in S.E.S. Hall

*Public or Private?: Central Park Site for Swim Club?: Opinion’s Split: Proposal Held Over for Study

*Nine Directors Elected to Santa Clara Chamber of Commerce Posts for 2-Year Terms


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