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Two workers standing beside a building at the California Powder Works. The Powder Works was located adjacent to the San Lorenzo River, three miles north of the Bay, at Powder Mill Flats.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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A lumberjack lies inside the cut of a huge redwood tree. Printed on the front of the card, "'WOOD CHOPPER' - SHOWING TREE 45 FEET IN CIRCUMFERENCE. SANTA CRUZ BIG TREE GROVE, CALIFORNIA. 6 MILES FROM SANTA CRUZ ON COAST LINE OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC FROM…

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

Boom.pdf

Date: 2008-Winter/Spring
Source: Santa Cruz Magazine, v3n1, p59-60.
Type: ARTICLE

https://history-omeka-dev.santacruzpl.org/omeka/uploads/articles/AR-050.pdf

Date: 1995
Type: ARTICLE

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Back not scanned.

Date: Undated
Type: POSTCARD

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Wagons being loaded with bituminous rock on the Cowell Ranch, the site of the Henry Cowell Lime and Cement Company.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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View over the California Powder Works. The homes on the hill above the Powder Works, belonged to Colonel Bernard Peyton, the superintendent, and his son, William C. Peyton; at Powder Mill Flats.

Date: ca. 1890's
Type: PHOTO

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Date on photo: 1905

Date: 1905
Source: Donated by Brian and Ollie Hoefer.
Type: PHOTO

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Vegetable tanned - or tanoak - leather was hung until ready for shipping. Vegetable leather dried naturally over a period of days. Salz Tannery switched to a chrome process about 1961. The chrome process made a softer tannage, more suitable for…

Date: 1954
Type: PHOTO

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