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Downtown Newhall, 1916
Newhall, California

Postcard of downtown Newhall, looking southwest, postmarked 1916. At left, background, is the Newhall Depot. The nearest road to the west of the tracks is today's Railroad Avenue.

Writing on postcard reads:

Hello there / just came to Pico this tues / will go to Bakersfield tomorrow / we are having a fine time seeing the sights / aunt Catherine will to to LA with us on Sat / will tell you all when see you / with love from us.

Addressed to:

The Lehman family
1614 Winfield St.
Los Angeles

Image contributed 2001 by Rosie Luce; from the personal effects of Irene Ruiz McKibben (1898-1995).


RL1601: 9600 dpi jpeg from smaller jpeg.
RAILROAD AVENUE

See Also:
• Campton's Store
• Gulley-Swall Store
• Powell Home
• Southern Hotel


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Redevelopment Starts 1997

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