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Pacific Lumber Company-"World's Largest Redwood Mill"

I am guessing from the vehicles that this was taken in the 1940s–but I’m still studying up on my old cars so any help would be appreciated. 6 more words

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Samoa Cookhouse, c. 1906

Yes, this is just a great photo,  but are those dunes reflected in the window panes behind the subjects? I believe the Inside Sports Gym is located there now…? 62 more words

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Rio Dell/Scotia Bridge 1917

How a girl from Rio Dell could have waited so long to post this photo, I have no idea.

If I’m understanding the caption right (and I think I recognize the typography). 31 more words

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"New" 101 Bridge North of Eureka

This photo was taken in 1956. I’m thinking maybe we just had the structure on the left w/ 2 way traffic and they built the new one to divide the highway…? 17 more words

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Not a Public Restroom

Begs a question we likely don’t want answered, doesn’t it?

Saw this while wandering gold rush country in the Sierra Foothills.

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Arcata's H Street 100 Years Ago

Please click to enlarge and enjoy the lovely detail.

Tin Can Mailman building on the right, Minor Theater on the left, 1913

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