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1. Hewlett-Packard "Redwood Building" Hewlett-Packard “Redwood Building” A wood paneled station wagon and other automobiles are parked in front of the building located at 395 Page Mill Road. A World War II era “E” flag is flying on a flag pole below the American flag in...

2. Flag raising at the Circle Flag raising at the Circle A large crowd of men, boys and one woman pose with two men raising the flag (pole not visible). A boy stands atop a pile of block and tackle, holding a small flag in his right hand. Clock in background...

3. Dedication of a flag pole at the Circle, circa 1906 Dedication of a flag pole at the Circle, circa 1906 University Avenue at Alma Street. A crowd wearing their Sunday best are seated in front of the bandstand and around the flag pole. The band is on the bandstand amid flags and bunting. A handsome two-story...

4. Native Sons of the Golden West at the dedication of the flag pole, 1908 Native Sons of the Golden West at the dedication of the flag pole, 1908 Members of the local chapter #216 pose in front of the newly dedicated flag pole at The Circle with trees in the background.

5. Flag pole at Community House, circa 1940 Flag pole at Community House, circa 1940 The flag pole sits between Community House and the train depot

6. General De Gaulle's visit to Hewlett-Packard General De Gaulle's visit to Hewlett-Packard General De Gaulle traveling along Page Mill Road. Convertible flying French flag and American flag.

7. Flag Pole Dedication at the Circle, 1908 Flag Pole Dedication at the Circle, 1908 Native Sons of the Golden West flag pole dedication, Alma Street and University Avenue.

8. Guinda Street with Bicentennial flag, 1976 Guinda Street with Bicentennial flag, 1976 Children with Bicentennial flag they painted on sheet.

9. Flag Pole at the Circle, 1957 Flag Pole at the Circle, 1957 Palo Alto Fire Department shortening the flag pole in the 100 block of University Avenue.

10. American Legion members with flag American Legion members with flag Eight members of Palo Alto Post 375 of the American Legion pose with their banner and an American flag at an unidentified location.

11. A desk with a large Herbert Hoover Medal A desk with a large Herbert Hoover Medal Location is unknown. There is an American flag and an unknown flag in the office.

12. Byron Sher, 1985 Byron Sher, 1985 Sher, Byron D.; Assemblyman speaking on the State flag design

13. H. Bruce Franklin, Stanford University Professor, ca. 1969 H. Bruce Franklin, Stanford University Professor, ca. 1969 Franklin, H. Bruce (Howard Bruce), 1934-; Speaking to group including some reporters. Venceremos flag behind him.

14. Election Officials, ca 1997 Election Officials, ca 1997 Counting ballots; American flag behind them.

15. The Circle, ca. 1930s The Circle, ca. 1930s Flag pole, Aust Realty, University Grill, Hackel's Coffee visible.

16. 1020 Fife Avenue, 1998 1020 Fife Avenue, 1998 House on flag lot.

17. John Joynt, 1989 John Joynt, 1989 Joynt, John; Joynt, Tommy With son Tommy, age 11. They are standing under an American flag.

18. University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 University Avenue Underpass Opening Celebration, 1941 A group of uniformed Boy Scouts is helping raise the large American flag up the flagpole at the Southern pacific Railroad Station. The Veterans Building is behind the flagpole.

19. Stanford Auto Company building on Alma Street Stanford Auto Company building on Alma Street Clark, Birge; Clark family The exterior of the Birge M. Clark designed building at 511 Alma Street, which houses the Stanford Auto Company, from across the street. A flag flies from a flagpole behind the building and a fence is...

20. California State Automobile Association, Lytton Avenue, 1952 California State Automobile Association, Lytton Avenue, 1952 The building at the corner of Lytton Avenue and Florence Street housed the CSAA office in the 1950’s. It was originally built to house the Palo Alto Christian Church and is listed in the Palo Alto Historic...
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