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DeLaveaga Park oil derrick

Date: circa 1929
Source: Gift of Xenia Totten
Type: PHOTO

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DeLaveaga Park oil derrick with several automobiles

Date: circa 1929
Source: Gift of Xenia Totten
Type: PHOTO

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DeLaveaga Park oil derrick

Date: circa 1929
Source: Gift of Xenia Totten
Type: PHOTO

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Several automobiles at DeLaveaga Park, described as being at a "picnic at the oil derrick."

Date: late-1920's
Source: Gift of Xenia Totten
Type: PHOTO

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Marilyn Hummel (1927-2013) was a resident of Bonny Doon from 1968 until her death in 2013.

Adapted from her obituary:
Marilyn Hummel held strong beliefs in the importance of social justice and environmental protection. She served as President of…

Date: circa 1980-2000
Source: Donated by Natalia Flechsig, July 2019
Type: COLLECTION

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"One of the bloodiest law enforcement battles in Santa Cruz County history took place at the end of summer, 1925. Three people lay dead in its wake."

Date: 2019-Spring
Source: Santa Cruz Style, v8n1: 60-63
Type: ARTICLE

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Paul Woodside lived on the side of a cliff at Seacliff in 1925 (note the corn planted at the base of the cliff). He is remembered for a shoot-out with Sheriff Howard Trafton and Undersheriff Richard Rountree. All three men died after the struggle…

Date: 1925
Type: PHOTO

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Collection of articles: Thomas Cleveland Maddock: First Settler in Big Basin, by Deborah Maddock Elston -- Alice Sinnott Maddock: Pioneer Wife in Big Basin, by Deborah Maddock Elston -- Thomas and Alice Maddock: Their Children, by Deborah Maddock…

Date: Date unknown
Source: Material contrbuted by Deborah Maddock Elston
Type: ARTICLE

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A tent trailer and campers in the park.

Date: Circa 1960s
Source: Unknown
Type: PHOTO

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Among the many redwoods is the Giant, largest in the park at 285 feet high and 51 feet in circumference.

Date: Circa 1960s
Source: Unknown
Type: PHOTO

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