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Local.pdf

Date: 2008-Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Magazine,, v3n3, p42-44.
Type: ARTICLE

guitar.pdf

Date: 2010-Winter
Source: Santa Cruz Magazine, v5n4- p 42-45.
Type: ARTICLE

abalone.pdf

Date: 2010-Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Magazine, v5n3, p 40-41.
Type: ARTICLE

blazing.pdf

Date: 2010-Spring
Source: Santa Cruz Magazine, v5n1, p 50-51.
Type: ARTICLE

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/pw/Pw-016.jpg
One of the seven Phoenix Pavilions erected after the Loma Prieta Earthquake as temporary housing for local businesses. This pavilion was at the corner of Lincoln and Cedar Steets, and housed the Antique Collective, Bento Baki, Donatello's Gelato,…

Date: 1989
Type: PHOTO

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/rs/rs007.jpg
Two Phoenix pavilions (tents) housing displaced businesses. These two were located at Lincoln and Cedar Streets. Shortly after the earthquake, members of the Carpenter's and other local unions volunteered their time and skills to erect the…

Date: 1990
Type: PHOTO

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/rs/rs022.jpg
The white structure in the background is a pavilion (tent) located on Cedar and Locust Streets. Pacific Avenue is the street in the front. Between 1989 and 1993, large pavilions were used to house displaced businesses while buildings were…

Date: 1990
Type: PHOTO

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/scpl/scpl200.jpg
Assembly of the temporary pavilions, looking towards the backs of the closed-off buildings on Pacific Avenue.

Date: 1989
Type: PHOTO

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/scpl/scpl201.jpg
A view through vacant lots to the St. George Hotel as workers assemble the temporary pavilions to house Pacific Ave. businesses.

Date: 1989
Type: PHOTO

http://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/scpl/scpl202.jpg
More progress can be seen on the construction of the pavilions.

Date: 1989
Type: PHOTO

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