Parade on Pacific Avenue

Parade on Pacific Avenue, viewed from the corner of Lincoln and Pacific. The group in the front is the Alert Hose Company, a volunteer fire brigade. The building on the right with the squared off tower is the Masonic Hall. Further down the street, on the right, is the first Town Clock, built in 1873. The store signs say: Shooting Gallery, Swan's Bakery, Old Corner Saloon, City Stables.

Source of information: Notes on back of photo

Directory. 1879

van Gorder [p.12]
Date: 1873--1899 (when first town clock was destroyed by fire) The 1879 Directory lists Lyman Swan as having a bakery on Pacific Avenue.
Type: PHOTO
Coverage:
  • Santa Cruz (City)
  • 1880s
  • 1890s
Rights: This photograph/postcard is the property of the Santa Cruz Public Libraries, California.

Restrictions on Use
Identifier: LH-0594

Citation

“Parade on Pacific Avenue.” 1873--1899 (when first town clock was destroyed by fire) The 1879 Directory lists Lyman Swan as having a bakery on Pacific Avenue. SCPL Local History. https://history.santacruzpl.org/omeka/items/show/9796. Accessed 23 Jan. 2022.