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Image of Jane Golden Mural "Hester Street", circa 1981 - 1981 circa

Jane Golden Mural "Hester Street", circa 1981 - 1981 circa

Original Mural by Jane Golden on the Bay Cities Jewish Community Center building at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and 26th Street in Santa Monica, California. The mural is of a street scene on Hester Street on New York's Lower East Side. Photo was taken from Santa Monica Boulevard. This mural was later repainted by Joan Woodson.

Image of Jane Golden Mural "Hester Street", circa 1981 - 1981 circa

Jane Golden Mural "Hester Street", circa 1981 - 1981 circa

Original Mural by Jane Golden on the Bay Cities Jewish Community Center building at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and 26th Street in Santa Monica, California. The mural is of a street scene on Hester Street on New York's Lower east side. Photo was taken from 26th Street. This mural was later repainted by Joan Woodson.

Image of Santa Monica City Hall, Fourth St. and Oregon Blvd. - early 1900s

Santa Monica City Hall, Fourth St. and Oregon Blvd. - early 1900s

Santa Monica City Hall, on the corner of Fourth Street and Oregon Boulevard (now Santa Monica Boulevard), was built in 1902. Note the early telephone lines and pole. This was the location of City Hall until 1939 when the current City Hall was opened on Main Street. The Fourth Street City Hall also housed the Santa Monica Police Department.

Image of Madison Grammar School - undated

Madison Grammar School - undated

Madison Grammar School was built in 1926 on the second oldest school site in Santa Monica (Tenth Street and Santa Monica Boulevard). Francis David Rutherford was the architect.

Image of McKinley Elementary School - undated

McKinley Elementary School - undated

McKinley Elementary School located on Santa Monica Boulevard at Twenty-fourth Street. Photograph inscribed: "McKinley School, Treadwell. S.M."

Image of Santa Monica High on Tenth Street - circa 1906

Santa Monica High on Tenth Street - circa 1906

A group photograph of students and staff in front of Santa Monica High School located in Lincoln School at Oregon (now Santa Monica Boulevard) and Tenth Street, 1906(?). Photograph inscribed: "S. M. High School 1906(?), 10th & S. M. Blvd."

Image of Santa Monica City Hall - 1930s

Santa Monica City Hall - 1930s

The old Santa Monica City Hall at Santa Monica Boulevard and Fourth Street, 1930s. This building housed the City Hall and Police Department from 1902-1938.

Image of The Old Santa Monica City Hall - early 1900s

The Old Santa Monica City Hall - early 1900s

The old Santa Monica City Hall on Santa Monica Boulevard and Fourth Street, served the city from 1902 to 1938.

Image of Santa Monica Public Library - undated

Santa Monica Public Library - undated

The old Santa Monica Public Library, located on the corner of Fifth Street and Oregon Avenue (now Santa Monica Boulevard). In 1903, tycoon Andrew Carnegie donated $12,500, which was used to erect the building. This building served as the Public Library from 1904 to 1965.

Image of Santa Monica Boulevard, Early 1900s - early 1900s

Santa Monica Boulevard, Early 1900s - early 1900s

A street scene of Santa Monica Boulevard, looking east, in downtown Santa Monica. The Majestic Theatre, 214 Santa Monica Boulevard, is on the right side of the street. Photograph inscribed: "Santa Monica Blvd., Looking East, Santa Monica, Calif. F174"

Image of 3rd Street and Oregon Avenue (now Santa Monica Boulevard) - 1890s

3rd Street and Oregon Avenue (now Santa Monica Boulevard) - 1890s

3rd Street and Oregon (now Santa Monica Boulevard). 3rd Street is unpaved. [Has negative].

Image of Bank of Santa Monica - circa 1930

Bank of Santa Monica - circa 1930

Bank of Santa Monica located on 3rd Street at Oregon Avenue (today Santa Monica Blvd.). Directors: Robert F. Jones, President; Henry W. Keller, Vice-President; C.L. Bundy, Secretary; Dr. A.C. Rogers; Roy Jones; E.J. Gorham; Winthrop E. Lester. Picture also shows Free Public Library, circa 1890. The public library was on the 2nd floor in two rooms. Library was moved to new city hall building on March 21, 1903.

Image of Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard, Santa Monica - early 1900s

Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard, Santa Monica - early 1900s

A view of Third Street and Santa Monica Boulevard looking north. The Pacific Pharmacy, located on the left side of the picture, occupied this spot up to 1922. The photograph is inscribed: "Street scene, Santa Monica, California."

Image of Santa Monica City Hall - 1925

Santa Monica City Hall - 1925

Santa Monica City Hall at corner of Fourth Street and Santa Monica Boulevard. Henshey's Department Store still under construction.

Image of The Tegner Building, Home of Henshey's Department Store, Late 1920s - 1920s late

The Tegner Building, Home of Henshey's Department Store, Late 1920s - 1920s late

The Tegner Building on Santa Monica Boulevard at Fourth Street was occupied by Henshey's Department Store from 1925 to1992. The building was demolished due to earthquake damage in 1994.

Image of Crocker-Citizens National Bank Building - undated

Crocker-Citizens National Bank Building - undated

The Crocker-Citizens National Bank opened in 1929 at Second Street and Santa Monica Boulevard. The bank occupied the original Bay Cities Guaranty Building which had been designed by Stiles O. Clements. The art deco clock tower is a downtown landmark.

Image of Claude Short Dodge Staff - undated

Claude Short Dodge Staff - undated

Lawrence Welk sits in a car in front of the Claude Short Dodge showroom at Eleventh and Santa Monica Boulevard. Welk is posing for a group portrait with Claude Short staff and family members.

Image of Santa Monica Boulevard between 3rd and 4th Streets, 1930s - circa 1930s

Santa Monica Boulevard between 3rd and 4th Streets, 1930s - circa 1930s

Santa Monica Boulevard between 3rd and 4th Streets, circa 1930's.

Image of A  Ride Down Santa Monica Boulevard - Undated

A Ride Down Santa Monica Boulevard - Undated

A cyclist pedals down Santa Monica Boulevard, previously called Oregon Avenue, near 5th Street.

Image of Santa Monica Boulevard - circa 1920s

Santa Monica Boulevard - circa 1920s

Looking east on Santa Monica Boulevard. The Santa Monica City Hall is to the left with tiled cupola, and Henshey's Department Store is the large building to the right.