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1. Church, ca. 1902 Church, ca. 1902 Wooden church bell in steeple.

2. Stanford Memorial Church, ca. 1902 Stanford Memorial Church, ca. 1902 Building under construction. A spur railroad (foreground) used to bring heavy sandstone to building site.

3. Community Play, 1902 Community Play, 1902 Castmembers including woman seated at a spinning wheel.

4. Middlefield road near Willow Road, 1902 or 1903 Middlefield road near Willow Road, 1902 or 1903 Gibson, Paul; Gibson Mabel Present site of Sunset Magazine offices in Menlo Park. Children are Paul and Mabel Gibson.

5. First Methodist Church, 1902 First Methodist Church, 1902 Miller, Guy C.; Members of Epworth League. Guy C. Miller is the first on left.

6. Clearing the ground for the Madison-Thoits Building, 1902 Clearing the ground for the Madison-Thoits Building, 1902 The Madison-Thoits Building under construction. Also pictured Fuller & Co. grocery and a haberdashery, 1902.

7. William Thomas Rowen Home, ca 1902 William Thomas Rowen Home, ca 1902 Rowen, William Thomas -- Homes and haunts; Rowen, Elizabeth; Margaret Rowen feeding chickens on west side of house.

8. William Thomas Rowen Home, ca 1902 William Thomas Rowen Home, ca 1902 Rowen, William Thomas -- Homes and haunts; Rowen, Elizabeth; Rowen, Margaret; Left to right: Elizabeth Rowen and Margaret Rowen on steps of home at 308 Middlefield Road.

9. Palo Alto Times office building on University Avenue, circa 1902 Palo Alto Times office building on University Avenue, circa 1902 The four-story building housed H.W. Simkins bookseller store on the ground floor and the newspaper offices above. Jordan's Cash Store offering groceries is next door.

10. Waverly Street between Lincoln and Kingsley Avenues, 1902 Waverly Street between Lincoln and Kingsley Avenues, 1902 Keatings, Richard; Keatings, Percy Paving work is being done on Waverly Street using "Aeson", a high grade German cement. The tall man on the left is Richard Keatings. The young man with the wheelbarrow is his son Percy.

11. Stanford University, ca 1902 Stanford University, ca 1902 Peter Coutts Lake (Frenchman's Lake).

12. Building Demolition, 1902 Building Demolition, 1902 Clearing site for Madison-Thoits building.

13. Mayfield, Main Street (El Camino Real), 1902 Mayfield, Main Street (El Camino Real), 1902 McInnis Bros. Blacksmith in foreground. (Lincoln Avenue in center).

14. Thoits Bros Block, 1902 Thoits Bros Block, 1902 Block houses Thoits Shoe Store with Candy store to left.

15. 625-631 Emerson Street, 1985 625-631 Emerson Street, 1985 Colonial Revival style apartment house built in 1902 by A. Cook, builder.

16. University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 A 1902 Cadillac from dealer George S. Paddleford appears to have stopped running in the middle of the parade. A man wearing a duster is working on it. Another car is following. The crowd looks on.

17. University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 A 1902 Cadillac from dealer George Paddleford has broken down in the middle of the parade. Many cars are lined up behind it. A man wearing a duster is trying to start the car. They are in front of Wilson's...

18. University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 A 1902 Cadillac from George A. Paddleford, automobile dealer, has broken down during the parade. A man wearing a duster is trying to fix it. A passenger is watching him.

19. Parkinson Hardware Store, 163 University Avenue Parkinson Hardware Store, 163 University Avenue Parkinson, John Francis Interior view of the store with J.F. Parkinson on the left and another man standing behind the counter on the right. Consumer goods, including a lawn mower, wash tubs, and hammocks, are displayed on shelves,...

20. Miss Helen McGilvray and Miss Mary K. Maxwell Miss Helen McGilvray and Miss Mary K. Maxwell McGilvray, Helen; Maxwell, Mary K.; Little, Jean Helen McGilvray (right) and Mary Maxwell (holding infant Jean Little) are seated on porch with three children.
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