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Looking Back – Week of February 5

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (February 3, 2014)

  • See Santa Clara in the Movies: Merchants, Factory Men, Commercial League Cooperate: Advertising Film to be Shown in San Francisco and the East
  • Cherry Carnival will be Hummer: Will be Biggest Celebration Ever Held in County
  • Watercolor Painting of Woman’s Club Adobe To Be Exhibited at 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition
  • Fire Department Men in a Whirl of Activity: New Headquarters in City Hall to be Furnished: Fight Three Fires in Four Days
  • New Up-To-Date Electric Cars Arrive for Use on Local Trolley Lines

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (February 5, 1964)

  • Auditorium Study: ‘Insurance’ Policy OKed
  • The Mills Grind Slowly … El Camino Rerouting Gets Nod: Wait is Due: University is Principal Beneficiary
  • Citywide Panel Discussion at Juan Cabrillo School: ‘Youth and the Law’: Film on Ethics and Cheating to be Shown
  • Golden Anniversary Planned for Fremont Elementary School: Old Photos Sought
  • Travel Trailer Buffs Attempt to Form Club
  • Going…Gone: Demolition Crews Topple Vasconcellos Estate on Franklin Street, West of Bank of America Branch on Monroe

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