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  • Subject is exactly "Monuments"

Date: 1898-11-14
Source: Santa Cruz Daily Surf 1898-11-14: page 4 column 2
Type: NEWS
Unidentified group at a monument by the side of the road. (Members of the Daughters of the American Revolution ?) The occasion is not known.

Date: Undated

Dispute with Sheriff

Date: 1883-03-03
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel 1883-03-03: page 3 column 5
Type: NEWS
The Tea Cup (in the Flatiron building) at the convergence of Front St. and Pacific Ave. In front is a war memorial statue of an eagle, dedicated to "soldiers and sailors of all wars...". It was originally dedicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 1928, to…

Date: 1989
The intersection of Pacific Avenue and Front Street. Prominent in the scene is the Tea Cup Restaurant & Cocktails located in the building known as the Flatiron.

Date: 1977
The Town Clock with the sculpture, Collateral Damage, in front. When the clock was reconstructed in 1976, the new base was built over the existing Fred Morris Memorial Fountain. The peace sculpture was placed in the area near the Clock in 1995.

Date: March 2002

Word War I Veteran's Memorial on Front Street and Pacific Avenue, with the Post Office, Plaza Bakery, and Veteran's Hall

Date: 1934
Source: Miller, Hank

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