Written on the back of the photograph, "San Jose Savings Bank, 286 Santa Clara St. (old numbering) now about 34 West Santa Clara St. The building at the left edge of the picture is Barbach Bldg. The second location of the city item. Picture...
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The Halford Family moved into this home about 1882. They lived there until the 1906 Earthquake and then moved to San Jose. After that time, the house was rented repeatedly. It was torn down in 1957 to make way for a service station.
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Records of burials performed at Mission Santa Clara between 1777 and 1850