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Title Lytton Square, circa 1900
Type of Object Print, Photographic
Object ID MVU2216
Collection pPhotographs
Description This scene shows Lytton Square and the buildings which were torn down to make room for the Keystone Building, which was built in 1906. A portion of the park in front of the railroad station is seen at the right, where the bus depot was later located. A horse-drawn wagon can be seen in front of the restaurant just to the left of the center of the photograph. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph, written by F. L. Drexler, publisher of the Mill Valley Record from 1935 to 1942, reads: "Between Keystone Building and B of E (?) The Drexler lot action at Sutcliff Grocery where they were to tear down bldgs to make room for Keystone Bldg."
Physical Description 1 photographic print, b&w, 4" x 4
Date Created circa 1900
Year Range from 1895
Year Range to 1905
Creator (Artist/Author/Photographer) unknown
Contributed by unknown
Search Terms Early Mill Valley Businesses
Lytton Square
Railroad stations
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