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From Back: "Following the early California style of architecture, this building forms a pleasing picture with the colorful flowers in the foreground. It is part of the Civic Center."

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

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Postcard Back Not Scannable; copyright Webber, 1951

Date: 1951
Type: POSTCARD

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From Back: "Following the early California style of architecture, this building forms a pleasing picture and is part of the Civic Center."

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

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From Back: "Here the operation of a modern municipal government is pleasingly combined with the atmosphere of Old California. Many varieties of flowers flourish in the surrounding gardens providing beauty and color every month of the year."

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

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From Back: "Following the early California style of architecture, this building forms a pleasing picture with the colorful flowers in the foreground. It is part of the Civic Center."

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

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United States Post Office, Watsonville, CA, with advertisements on the sidewalk. Printed on the front of the card, "POST OFFICE WATSONVILLE CALIF. WE9 LAWS".

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

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A view of city hall with lawn and a palm tree in the foreground, Santa Cruz, CA. Printed on the front of the card, "THE CITY HALL, SANTA CRUZ, CALIF -12."

Date: Undated
Source: Sally Coen Heumann; donated by Jules Heumann
Type: POSTCARD

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A view of city hall from across the street, Santa Cruz, CA. Printed on the front of the card, "THE CITY HALL, SANTA CRUZ, CALIF -12."

Date: 23-Aug-40
Source: Sally Coen Heumann; donated by Jules Heumann
Type: POSTCARD

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The Post Office building, Santa Cruz, CA. Printed on the front of the card, "Post Office, Santa Cruz, California. 2252".

Date: Undated
Source: Sally Coen Heumann; donated by Jules Heumann
Type: POSTCARD

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The County flag was designed by Ed Penniman, a Soquel resident. In describing the symbolism of the flag design, Mr. Penniman stated that the main symbol of the evergreen tree against a white background represents "reverence for nature and growth,…

Date: 1983-04-04
Source: Santa Cruz Sentinel
Newspaper edition: 7-7-1983, p.A-2.

Type: ARTICLE

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