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New book on Woodside history

 

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The cover picture from a book on Woodside history by Thalia Lubin, president of the Woodside History Committee, and Bob Dougherty, author of a history of La Honda.

They are looking for additional photos and artwork as they complete the final draft of the book.

This cover picture shows the Woodside Store at the corner of Tripp and Kings Mountain roads.

The authors are working with Arcadia, the same publisher that produced the La Honda book, and are aiming to have Woodside's book available by the December holidays.

Anyone with material of interest is asked to contact Thalia Lubin at the Woodside History Museum, (650) 851-1294, or by email, woodsidehistory@woodsidetown.org.

Photo courtesy of Woodside History Committee.

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