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SCS-5.PDF

Date: 2019-Summer/Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Style, v8n2 : 14-17
Type: ARTICLE

SCS-4.PDF
Alfred Hitchcock's 30-year residency in the Santa Cruz area had an impact on his cinematic sensibilities.

Date: 2019-Summer/Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Style, v8n2 : 18-22
Type: ARTICLE

SCS-3.PDF
Santa Cruz locals are taking aviation to a higher level

Date: 2019-Summer/Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Style, v8n2 : 29-32
Type: ARTICLE

SCS-2.PDF
Surrounded by exotic vegetation, this nineteenth-century home is a welcome addition to the neighborhood

Date: 2019-Summer/Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Style, v8n2 : 34-38
Type: ARTICLE

SCS-1.PDF
The New York Giants' Depression-era visits to Santa Cruz were a short-lived love affair

Date: 2019-Summer/Fall
Source: Santa Cruz Style, v8,n2 : 60-63
Type: ARTICLE

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519 Soquel Avenue
House razed (date uknown)
Property adjoins Sisters' Hospital

Date: 1969-11
Source: "Historic Santa Cruz Homes," scrapbook compiled by Edith Fikes
Type: PHOTO

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House, now razed (date unknown), that was at the corner of Golf Club Drive and River Street.

This is now where the Santa Cruz City Corp Yard is.

Date: 1971-03
Source: "Historic Santa Cruz Homes," scrapbook compiled by Edith Fikes
Type: PHOTO

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At the corner of Mission Street and Peyton Street; house razed in 1970

Date: Circa 1969
Source: "Historic Santa Cruz Homes," scrapbook compiled by Edith Fikes
Type: PHOTO

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Mission Street at the corner of King Street

Date: 1971-03
Source: "Historic Santa Cruz Homes," scrapbook compiled by Edith Fikes
Type: PHOTO

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Street views of Walnut Avenue, looking at the south side between Cedar Street and Chestnut Street

Date: 1971-03
Source: "Historic Santa Cruz Homes," scrapbook compiled by Edith Fikes
Type: PHOTO

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