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In 1868, Woodside's Summit Springs Road was known as the Tole Road, which led to the timber lands and Pacific coast. Here, Mrs. Henry Bottger and her daughter Lucy stand near their home as a heavily loaded wagon pushes up the hill. Photo courtesy of the Woodside Library Collection.

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