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The following are sister cities of Santa Cruz: * Alushta, Ukraine * Jinotepe, Nicaragua * Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela * Sestri Levante, Italy * Shingu, Japan The City of Santa Cruz Sister Cities Committee works to strengthen relationships through a…

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Type: ARTICLE

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The signers of the original California Constitution were the 48 delegates to the constitutional convention. The convention met from September to November 1849 at Colton Hall in Monterey, California. The Constitution was written in both English and…

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Source: History of California.
Hubert Howe Bancroft. San Francisco, A.L. Bancroft, 1884-90. Volume VI, p. 288.

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Designed by J. W. Newcum, the "Octagon" served Santa Cruz County for 86 years as its Hall of Records, at the southwest corner of Front and Cooper Streets.

Date: ca. 1890's
Type: PHOTO

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Cooper House in perspective. It served Santa Cruz as its County Courthouse. The land for the Courthouse was donated by the Moores and the Coopers, on condition that the entrance would be on Cooper Street. It was built in 1894. Designed by N.A.…

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The Santa Cruz City Hall located at 809 Center Street was designed in 1938 by C. J. Ryland in the Monterey Colonial Revival style. The building occupies the site of the 1872 Frederick A. Hihn Mansion.

Date: 1942
Type: PHOTO

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Chittenden Post Office was established on April 12, 1893 and discontinued on June 15, 1923.

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Type: PHOTO

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Post Office at Chittenden. It was established on April 12, 1893 and discontinued on June 15, 1923.

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View of Santa Cruz City Hall designed by C. J. Ryland in the Monterey Colonial Revival style. In 1938, the building replaced the old City Hall housed in the Frederick A. Hihn Mansion.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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A view of the 1937-38 Santa Cruz City Hall designed by C. J. Ryland in the Monterey Colonial Revival style.

Date: Early 1960s
Type: PHOTO

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The Santa Cruz County Assessor's office.

Date: 1899
Type: PHOTO

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