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Looking Back – Week of January 22

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (January 20, 1914)

  • Modern Electric Cars for City: Service Between San Jose and Santa Clara Will be Best in Entire Valley: Heavy Use is Reason
  • 10th Anniversary of Santa Clara Coffee Club Celebrated
  • Everybody’s Busy at New Town Hall
  • Granadafig Mfg. Co. Moves into Larger Quarters to Accommodate New Machinery
  • Commercial League Films Ready for Cherry Show: Local Pictures Will be Shown at 1914 Carnival: Benefit at Santa Clara Theater
  • Prosperous Year for Local Banks

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (January 22, 1964)

  • ‘Youth & The Law’: Citywide Panel Discussion Slated at Juan Cabrillo School
  • Oldtimers Needed: Santa Clara Historical & Landmarks Commission Attempting to Compile Formal History of Santa Clara
  • Bond Issue Vote for Central Park Seen in August: $2 Million—or More—on Ballot
  • ‘Goof’ in Location of Crocker-Citizen’s Bank: Building 13 ½ Feet Too Close To Intersection of Benton & Washington: Variance Sought
  • Governor Nelson Rockefeller Won’t Talk at Dedication of New City Hall on Feb. 29th: Whole Affair a Mix-up
  • Unintended Santa Clara Philanthropy: Agnews State Hospital West Campus Received Free City Sewage Service for Almost 2 ½ Years
  • In Campbell Schools: New College District to Open Frosh Class: West Valley Junior College

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