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Those were the days

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This circa 1890s view of Menlo Park shows the home of William A. Doyle. The woman standing on the porch is not identified. Photo courtesy of the Menlo Park Historical Association.

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Posted by Curious
a resident of another community
on Sep 6, 2010 at 9:14 am

Why didn't the Woodside Historical Society help you save this old shack too? A photo is all they are going to have of the Jackling place which I saw the other day.
Looks like Caltrain ran through it.


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