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Title Dipsea Race, circa 1918
Type of Object Print, Photographic
Object ID MVN1108v1
Collection Photographs
Description An early Dipsea Race before World War I, probably 1918; runners and observers in Lytton Square. The Keystone Building is at left, The Bank of Mill Valley (which would become Bank of Italy circa 1926 and then Bank of America in 1930) is far back on the right. "The Bell" dry goods store and D. B. Hervers News Depot can be seen.
Physical Description 1 photographic print, b&w, 8" x 10"
Date Created circa 1918
Year Range from 1915
Year Range to 1920
Creator (Artist/Author/Photographer) unknown
Contributed by unknown
Search Terms Crowds
Dipsea Race
Dry goods stores
Lytton Square
Lytton Square
The Cantina
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