Our Regional Heritage


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Jac' Audiffred, who has lived in Woodside for 90 of his 92 years, has been an unofficial town historian as well as the Woodside Fire District's official historian since the 1980s. Here, he and his late wife Edna pose in historic garb during a 1970s fire district fundraiser. Jac' lives on Woodside's Audiffred Lane, named after his family, and he is helping the town's History Committee put together a book about the town's history. Photo courtesy of Jac' Audiffred Collection.

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