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Looking Back – Week of January 29

100 Years Ago: Santa Clara News (January 27, 1914)

  • Woman’s Club Adobe Plans Accepted
  • Santa Clara Grammar School Now Has 555 Pupils
  • Sewer Bonds Will be Redeemed by Town
  • Witness is Charged with Perjury: Adultery Case Tried Behind Barred Doors: First Step in Local Vice Crusade
  • Runaway Hack from Pacific Stables Mows Down Headstones at Catholic Cemetery
  • Town Trustees Purchase More Furniture for New Town Hall
  • Cupertino Students Quarantined: 13 Smallpox Cases Reported

50 Years Ago: Santa Clara Journal (January 29, 1964)

  • El Camino Re-Routing Plan Vote Next Week
  • Old Signs Left Alone: Billboard Ban Softened: Compromise Ordinance Ready
  • Major Facilities Closer: City Eyes Auditorium: Backs College Bonds
  • 1964 Chamber of Commerce Goals: New Pool & Urban Renewal
  • Names Finally Selected for New Santa Clara School Sites in Jefferson District: John J. Montgomery and John Braly.

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