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Image of 2015.003.036 - Scott Feldman Baseball Card, 2013, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Feldman appearing as if he just threw a pitch during a game.  He is wearing a white Texas Rangers uniform with blue letters outlined in red.  He has a black glove on his left hand and is wearing a blue undershirt and blue cap with a white "T".  The Topps logo is in the upper left corner and the Rangers logo is in the lower right corner.  Text along the bottom edge reads "SCOTT FELDMAN".  The front has a white border.  The back of the card is white and text in black lists his statistics, biographical information and accomplishments.  Also includes Topps, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.036 - Scott Feldman Baseball Card, 2013, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Feldman appearing as if he just threw a pitch during a game. He is wearing a white Texas Rangers uniform with blue letters outlined in red. He has a black glove on his left hand and is wearing a blue undershirt and blue cap with a white "T". The Topps logo is in the upper left corner and the Rangers logo is in the lower right corner. Text along the bottom edge reads "SCOTT FELDMAN". The front has a white border. The back of the card is white and text in black lists his statistics, biographical information and accomplishments. Also includes Topps, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Scott Feldman Baseball Card, 2013, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Feldman appearing as if he just threw a pitch during a game. He is wearing a white Texas Rangers uniform with blue letters outlined in red. He has a black glove on his left hand and is wearing a blue undershirt and blue cap with a white "T". The Topps logo is in the upper left corner and the Rangers logo is in the lower right corner. Text along the bottom edge reads "SCOTT FELDMAN". The front has a white border. The back of the card is white and text in black lists his statistics, biographical information and accomplishments. Also includes Topps, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright informat

Image of 2015.003.037 - Scott Feldman Baseball Card, 2010, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Scott Feldman in front of a red background.  Scott Feldman is throwing a baseball with his right arm, the ball is about to leave his hand.  He is wearing a blue jersey that reads, in white text outlined in red, "TEXAS".  He is wearing a blue baseball cap with a white T and grey pants with black shoes.  Text on the front of the card reads, "Topps National Chicle" and "SCOTT FELDMAN".  The background is formed of different shades of red and about two thirds of the way down there is a diagonal white stripe running across the card.  The back of the card is white and black text describes Scott Feldman's accomplishments as well as biographical information as well as the artist's biographical information.  Also includes Topps, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.037 - Scott Feldman Baseball Card, 2010, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Scott Feldman in front of a red background. Scott Feldman is throwing a baseball with his right arm, the ball is about to leave his hand. He is wearing a blue jersey that reads, in white text outlined in red, "TEXAS". He is wearing a blue baseball cap with a white T and grey pants with black shoes. Text on the front of the card reads, "Topps National Chicle" and "SCOTT FELDMAN". The background is formed of different shades of red and about two thirds of the way down there is a diagonal white stripe running across the card. The back of the card is white and black text describes Scott Feldman's accomplishments as well as biographical information as well as the artist's biographical information. Also includes Topps, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Scott Feldman Baseball Card, 2010, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Scott Feldman in front of a red background. Scott Feldman is throwing a baseball with his right arm, the ball is about to leave his hand. He is wearing a blue jersey that reads, in white text outlined in red, "TEXAS". He is wearing a blue baseball cap with a white T and grey pants with black shoes. Text on the front of the card reads, "Topps National Chicle" and "SCOTT FELDMAN". The background is formed of different shades of red and about two thirds of the way down there is a diagonal white stripe running across the card. The back of the card is white and black text describes Scott Feldman's acc

Image of 0001.606 - Burlingame Hills by W.C.F. Gillam, 1923.  Small watercolor on paper mounted behind a white mat under glass inside a gold-colored painted wooden frame with a recessed inner border and beaded outer border.  Image is from the perspective of the top of hills.  There is a row of trees in the background and a gray road and brown fence toward the center.  Image blurs as it goes out but it appears as if one is overlooking a town or city.  Top half of painting is comprised of gray and blue sky.

0001.606 - Burlingame Hills by W.C.F. Gillam, 1923. Small watercolor on paper mounted behind a white mat under glass inside a gold-colored painted wooden frame with a recessed inner border and beaded outer border. Image is from the perspective of the top of hills. There is a row of trees in the background and a gray road and brown fence toward the center. Image blurs as it goes out but it appears as if one is overlooking a town or city. Top half of painting is comprised of gray and blue sky.

Burlingame Hills by W.C.F. Gillam, 1923. Small watercolor on paper mounted behind a white mat under glass inside a gold-colored painted wooden frame with a recessed inner border and beaded outer border. Image is from the perspective of the top of hills. There is a row of trees in the background and a gray road and brown fence toward the center. Image blurs as it goes out but it appears as if one is overlooking a town or city. Top half of painting is comprised of gray and blue sky.

Image of 1978.195 - 50th Burlingame High School Anniversary Pennant, 1973.  Pennant is made of white (felt?) like fabric with a red inside border on the left hand side. Attached to the left of the pennant are two by two cotton flaps each on one end . On the front of pennant, surrounded by a circle of red, is a printed image of a panther's face with some medium and bold, red lettering above that reads "1923-73", and below with some medium and bold, red lettering that reads "50th Anniversary". Towards the middle and end of the front of the pennant, printed in bold, red, and with huge lettering, the text reads "BURLINGAME". The lettering in "BURLINGAME" are shaded in red on the front of the lettering, with the white on the side and inside of the lettering making it look more 3D.

1978.195 - 50th Burlingame High School Anniversary Pennant, 1973. Pennant is made of white (felt?) like fabric with a red inside border on the left hand side. Attached to the left of the pennant are two by two cotton flaps each on one end . On the front of pennant, surrounded by a circle of red, is a printed image of a panther's face with some medium and bold, red lettering above that reads "1923-73", and below with some medium and bold, red lettering that reads "50th Anniversary". Towards the middle and end of the front of the pennant, printed in bold, red, and with huge lettering, the text reads "BURLINGAME". The lettering in "BURLINGAME" are shaded in red on the front of the lettering, with the white on the side and inside of the lettering making it look more 3D.

50th Burlingame High School Anniversary Pennant, 1973. Pennant is made of white (felt?) like fabric with a red inside border on the left hand side. Attached to the left of the pennant are two by two cotton flaps each on one end . On the front of pennant, surrounded by a circle of red, is a printed image of a panther's face with some medium and bold, red lettering above that reads "1923-73", and below with some medium and bold, red lettering that reads "50th Anniversary". Towards the middle and end of the front of the pennant, printed in bold, red, and with huge lettering, the text reads "BURLINGAME". The lettering in "BURLINGAME" are shaded in red on the front of the lettering, with the whit

Image of 1979.078 - WWII Burlingame Civil Defense Air Warden's armband, c. 1942-1945.  The armband is round and curved in shape and is made of brass along the edges with a glossy finish in the back. The armband has brass edges around the front of the armband, which has a blue background with some white bold painted text that reads "BURLINGAME  /  CALIFORNIA". In between the text "BURLINGAME  /  CALIFORNIA", there is a white triangle insignia with some orange bold painted text that reads "CD", which is the insignia for the United States Civil Defense Air Raid Warden. On the sides of the armband, there is a brass hole on each side with a black rubber strap that stitched and tied together in the back.

1979.078 - WWII Burlingame Civil Defense Air Warden's armband, c. 1942-1945. The armband is round and curved in shape and is made of brass along the edges with a glossy finish in the back. The armband has brass edges around the front of the armband, which has a blue background with some white bold painted text that reads "BURLINGAME / CALIFORNIA". In between the text "BURLINGAME / CALIFORNIA", there is a white triangle insignia with some orange bold painted text that reads "CD", which is the insignia for the United States Civil Defense Air Raid Warden. On the sides of the armband, there is a brass hole on each side with a black rubber strap that stitched and tied together in the back.

WWII Burlingame Civil Defense Air Warden's armband, c. 1942-1945. The armband is round and curved in shape and is made of brass along the edges with a glossy finish in the back. The armband has brass edges around the front of the armband, which has a blue background with some white bold painted text that reads "BURLINGAME / CALIFORNIA". In between the text "BURLINGAME / CALIFORNIA", there is a white triangle insignia with some orange bold painted text that reads "CD", which is the insignia for the United States Civil Defense Air Raid Warden. On the sides of the armband, there is a brass hole on each side with a black rubber strap that stitched and tied together in the back.

Image of 1982.089 - George Howard Baby Bonnet, 1864.  Cloth baby bonnet worn by George Howard in 1864.  Bonnet is ecru or off white in color.  Inner lining is silk with an exterior comprised of lace and ribbons.  Lace pattern has a single flower in a circle at the very top surrounded by a lace ruffle.  Bands of lace with a floral/vine motif radiate from the top which would rest on the back of the baby's head.  Bottom band has four layers of lace ruffle that is entwined with thin 1/8" ribbon.  Front or top of bonnet has three "flowers" comprised of the same 1/8" ribbon.  A similar "flower" sits at the back bottom center.  Bonnet is shaped like an inverted "U" in font with a flat back at the bottom of the "U".  Two long (15-16 1/2") 3/4" satin ribbons are at each side corner at the base of the "U".  Hand made.

1982.089 - George Howard Baby Bonnet, 1864. Cloth baby bonnet worn by George Howard in 1864. Bonnet is ecru or off white in color. Inner lining is silk with an exterior comprised of lace and ribbons. Lace pattern has a single flower in a circle at the very top surrounded by a lace ruffle. Bands of lace with a floral/vine motif radiate from the top which would rest on the back of the baby's head. Bottom band has four layers of lace ruffle that is entwined with thin 1/8" ribbon. Front or top of bonnet has three "flowers" comprised of the same 1/8" ribbon. A similar "flower" sits at the back bottom center. Bonnet is shaped like an inverted "U" in font with a flat back at the bottom of the "U". Two long (15-16 1/2") 3/4" satin ribbons are at each side corner at the base of the "U". Hand made.

George Howard Baby Bonnet, 1864. Cloth baby bonnet worn by George Howard in 1864. Bonnet is ecru or off white in color. Inner lining is silk with an exterior comprised of lace and ribbons. Lace pattern has a single flower in a circle at the very top surrounded by a lace ruffle. Bands of lace with a floral/vine motif radiate from the top which would rest on the back of the baby's head. Bottom band has four layers of lace ruffle that is entwined with thin 1/8" ribbon. Front or top of bonnet has three "flowers" comprised of the same 1/8" ribbon. A similar "flower" sits at the back bottom center. Bonnet is shaped like an inverted "U" in font with a flat back at the bottom of the "U". Tw

Image of 1983.205 - Veterans of Foreign Wars Flag, n.d. Rectangular dark blue banner with gold lettering and the United States eagle emblem in the center. The top right and bottom edges have gold tassels attached. The gold lettering is machine done in a satin stitch. The blue fabric is similar to a silk. The words on the banner say "MATALAN POST NO. 2068 / HILLSBOROUGH, SAN MATEO, BURLINGAME, CALIF / MUSTERED IN APRIL 23RD 1931 / VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS / OF THE / UNITED STATES" The first line ("MATALAN POST NO. 2068") is the largest font curving up in the center and the next two lines are medium font. The fourth line ("VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS") is also in the larger font but curving down in the center. The fifth line  ("OF THE") is in smallest font and the sixth line ("UNITED STATES") is in medium font. The left side of the banner has no fringe attached and has a loop where a pole could have been. The loop was originally machine stitched but it looks like over time it was hand stitched to stay together. The seal in the center is 17in. x 17in. it has 4 large identical geometric shaped extending up down and to the right and left of it. Their coloring starting from the inside is creme, gold, dark orange, gold. In between each of these 4 shapes is 3 smaller shapes which point towards the  4 corners of the banner. The three shapes are solid colors, the two on the outside are light orange while the third one in the center is gold. All of these shapes surround a circular banner with the words "VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES". Inside that circle is another circle with the United states seal with the eagle with wings spread, holding arrows in one talon and an olive branch in the other. There is a shield covering his chest with a blue rectangle on top and red and white vertical stripes on the bottom. Theres a gold banner behind its head with black font reading, "E PLURIBUS UNUM", and a 13 stars encircled above its head.

1983.205 - Veterans of Foreign Wars Flag, n.d. Rectangular dark blue banner with gold lettering and the United States eagle emblem in the center. The top right and bottom edges have gold tassels attached. The gold lettering is machine done in a satin stitch. The blue fabric is similar to a silk. The words on the banner say "MATALAN POST NO. 2068 / HILLSBOROUGH, SAN MATEO, BURLINGAME, CALIF / MUSTERED IN APRIL 23RD 1931 / VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS / OF THE / UNITED STATES" The first line ("MATALAN POST NO. 2068") is the largest font curving up in the center and the next two lines are medium font. The fourth line ("VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS") is also in the larger font but curving down in the center. The fifth line ("OF THE") is in smallest font and the sixth line ("UNITED STATES") is in medium font. The left side of the banner has no fringe attached and has a loop where a pole could have been. The loop was originally machine stitched but it looks like over time it was hand stitched to stay together. The seal in the center is 17in. x 17in. it has 4 large identical geometric shaped extending up down and to the right and left of it. Their coloring starting from the inside is creme, gold, dark orange, gold. In between each of these 4 shapes is 3 smaller shapes which point towards the 4 corners of the banner. The three shapes are solid colors, the two on the outside are light orange while the third one in the center is gold. All of these shapes surround a circular banner with the words "VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES". Inside that circle is another circle with the United states seal with the eagle with wings spread, holding arrows in one talon and an olive branch in the other. There is a shield covering his chest with a blue rectangle on top and red and white vertical stripes on the bottom. Theres a gold banner behind its head with black font reading, "E PLURIBUS UNUM", and a 13 stars encircled above its head.

Veterans of Foreign Wars Flag, n.d. Rectangular dark blue banner with gold lettering and the United States eagle emblem in the center. The top right and bottom edges have gold tassels attached. The gold lettering is machine done in a satin stitch. The blue fabric is similar to a silk. The words on the banner say "MATALAN POST NO. 2068 / HILLSBOROUGH, SAN MATEO, BURLINGAME, CALIF / MUSTERED IN APRIL 23RD 1931 / VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS / OF THE / UNITED STATES" The first line ("MATALAN POST NO. 2068") is the largest font curving up in the center and the next two lines are medium font. The fourth line ("VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS") is also in the larger font but curving down in the center. The fi

Image of 2009.030.181 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Erik van Dillen of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 16, 1990.  Plaque includes image of  van Dillen and a brief biography:  "Erik van Dillen was a student at Burlingame High School in the 1960s when he surfaced as America's dominant junior player. He won 14 teenage national titles and took nearly every age-group trophy available.  /  For the next 11 years, he played professionally and was ranked as high as sixth nationally in singles play. In 1973, he captured the Nottingham, England, singles tournament title, and five years later he upset John McEnroe in a five-set first-round match at Wimbledon.  /  A graduate of University of Southern California, van Dillen was one of the premier doubles players of all time. In 1972 in Rumania (sic) he and partener Stan Smith would help the United States win the Davis Cup.  /  In Davis Cup competition in 1973, against Chile, van Dillen and Smith were trailing 9-7 and 39-37 (a 3-hour, 45-minute set) before coming back to win the next three sets and the match, 8-6, 6-1 and 6-3. It proved to be one of the great Davis Cup duels of all time.  /  Van Dillen later played for Seattle in World Team Tennis before retiring in 1984."

2009.030.181 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Erik van Dillen of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 16, 1990. Plaque includes image of van Dillen and a brief biography: "Erik van Dillen was a student at Burlingame High School in the 1960s when he surfaced as America's dominant junior player. He won 14 teenage national titles and took nearly every age-group trophy available. / For the next 11 years, he played professionally and was ranked as high as sixth nationally in singles play. In 1973, he captured the Nottingham, England, singles tournament title, and five years later he upset John McEnroe in a five-set first-round match at Wimbledon. / A graduate of University of Southern California, van Dillen was one of the premier doubles players of all time. In 1972 in Rumania (sic) he and partener Stan Smith would help the United States win the Davis Cup. / In Davis Cup competition in 1973, against Chile, van Dillen and Smith were trailing 9-7 and 39-37 (a 3-hour, 45-minute set) before coming back to win the next three sets and the match, 8-6, 6-1 and 6-3. It proved to be one of the great Davis Cup duels of all time. / Van Dillen later played for Seattle in World Team Tennis before retiring in 1984."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Erik van Dillen of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 16, 1990. Plaque includes image of van Dillen and a brief biography: "Erik van Dillen was a student at Burlingame High School in the 1960s when he surfaced as America's dominant junior player. He won 14 teenage national titles and took nearly every age-group trophy available. / For the next 11 years, he played professionally and was ranked as high as sixth nationally in singles play. In 1973, he captured the Nottingham, England, singles tournament title, and five years later he upset John McEnroe in a five-set first-round match at Wimbledon

Image of 2009.030.055 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Clyde Devine of Burlingame High School and Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005.  Plaque includes image of Devine and a brief biography:  "There may not have been a more flamboyant San Mateo County athlete or coach than Clyde Devine. At 6-6 iin height, he was an out-sized presence on the football field and later on the sidelines. At Oregon State University, he excelled as a linemen. He continued his career as a coach at Sequoia High School. He created the Clyde Devine Swim School, which was a Peninsula fixture from 1949 to 1976. From 1963 to 1972, he was Stanford University's diving coach. He also was a referee in the American Football League."  Plaque and induction was sponsored by The Times of San Mateo.

2009.030.055 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Clyde Devine of Burlingame High School and Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Devine and a brief biography: "There may not have been a more flamboyant San Mateo County athlete or coach than Clyde Devine. At 6-6 iin height, he was an out-sized presence on the football field and later on the sidelines. At Oregon State University, he excelled as a linemen. He continued his career as a coach at Sequoia High School. He created the Clyde Devine Swim School, which was a Peninsula fixture from 1949 to 1976. From 1963 to 1972, he was Stanford University's diving coach. He also was a referee in the American Football League." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The Times of San Mateo.

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Clyde Devine of Burlingame High School and Sequoia High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Devine and a brief biography: "There may not have been a more flamboyant San Mateo County athlete or coach than Clyde Devine. At 6-6 iin height, he was an out-sized presence on the football field and later on the sidelines. At Oregon State University, he excelled as a linemen. He continued his career as a coach at Sequoia High School. He created the Clyde Devine Swim School, which was a Peninsula fixture from 1949 to 1976. From 1963 to 1972, he was Stanford University's diving coach. He

Image of 2009.030.049 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Anne Warner Cribbs of Menlo-Atherton High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000.  Plaque includes image of  Warner Cribbs and a brief biography:  "Anne Warner Cribbs, a Burlingame native, was one of the nation's top swimmers at Menlo-Atherton High School as a teenager. She was a member of the 1960 U.S. Olympic 400-meter medley relay team that won a gold medal. After a career in municipal government, she became one of the co-founders of the women's professional American Basketball League. Chair of the San Jose Sports Authority, she also has taken on the challenge of bringing the 2012 Olympic Games to the Bay Area."

2009.030.049 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Anne Warner Cribbs of Menlo-Atherton High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000. Plaque includes image of Warner Cribbs and a brief biography: "Anne Warner Cribbs, a Burlingame native, was one of the nation's top swimmers at Menlo-Atherton High School as a teenager. She was a member of the 1960 U.S. Olympic 400-meter medley relay team that won a gold medal. After a career in municipal government, she became one of the co-founders of the women's professional American Basketball League. Chair of the San Jose Sports Authority, she also has taken on the challenge of bringing the 2012 Olympic Games to the Bay Area."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Anne Warner Cribbs of Menlo-Atherton High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000. Plaque includes image of Warner Cribbs and a brief biography: "Anne Warner Cribbs, a Burlingame native, was one of the nation's top swimmers at Menlo-Atherton High School as a teenager. She was a member of the 1960 U.S. Olympic 400-meter medley relay team that won a gold medal. After a career in municipal government, she became one of the co-founders of the women's professional American Basketball League. Chair of the San Jose Sports Authority, she also has taken on the challenge of bringing the 2012 Olympic Games to the Bay

Image of 2009.030.067 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jacklyn O'Connor Friedland, Jennifer Horgan Nieto, and Steve Picchi of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008.  Plaque includes images of  Friedland, Nieto and Picchi and a brief biography"As three of the linchpins of Burlingame's 1988 basketball state titlists (the only Central Coast Section public school ever to accomplish that feat), they went on to subsequent productive athletic careers. Friedland became an outstanding three-point shooter in the basketball programs at College of San Mateo and University of the Pacific. Nieto wound up leading UC-Berkeley's 1992 College World Series softball team in home runs and RBI. Picchi has more that 300 wins at the prep and collegiate levels."

2009.030.067 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jacklyn O'Connor Friedland, Jennifer Horgan Nieto, and Steve Picchi of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008. Plaque includes images of Friedland, Nieto and Picchi and a brief biography"As three of the linchpins of Burlingame's 1988 basketball state titlists (the only Central Coast Section public school ever to accomplish that feat), they went on to subsequent productive athletic careers. Friedland became an outstanding three-point shooter in the basketball programs at College of San Mateo and University of the Pacific. Nieto wound up leading UC-Berkeley's 1992 College World Series softball team in home runs and RBI. Picchi has more that 300 wins at the prep and collegiate levels."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jacklyn O'Connor Friedland, Jennifer Horgan Nieto, and Steve Picchi of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 19, 2008. Plaque includes images of Friedland, Nieto and Picchi and a brief biography"As three of the linchpins of Burlingame's 1988 basketball state titlists (the only Central Coast Section public school ever to accomplish that feat), they went on to subsequent productive athletic careers. Friedland became an outstanding three-point shooter in the basketball programs at College of San Mateo and University of the Pacific. Nieto wound up leading UC-Berkeley's 1992 College World Series softbal

Image of 2009.030.071 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Linda Gates of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004.  Plaque includes image of Gates and a brief biography:  "A powerhouse on the tennis court, Linda Gates dominated her sport at the high school level in the late 1970s. At Burlingame High School, she led the Panthers to a pair of Central Coast Section team titles. She added a CCS singles chapionship along the way. At Stanford University, she wound up as the school's No. 1 singles player in her senior year. In 1985, she won NCAA championships in both singles and doubles. She became an All-American in the process. She was a member of the U.S. team in the Pan American Games in 1983."

2009.030.071 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Linda Gates of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Gates and a brief biography: "A powerhouse on the tennis court, Linda Gates dominated her sport at the high school level in the late 1970s. At Burlingame High School, she led the Panthers to a pair of Central Coast Section team titles. She added a CCS singles chapionship along the way. At Stanford University, she wound up as the school's No. 1 singles player in her senior year. In 1985, she won NCAA championships in both singles and doubles. She became an All-American in the process. She was a member of the U.S. team in the Pan American Games in 1983."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Linda Gates of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Gates and a brief biography: "A powerhouse on the tennis court, Linda Gates dominated her sport at the high school level in the late 1970s. At Burlingame High School, she led the Panthers to a pair of Central Coast Section team titles. She added a CCS singles chapionship along the way. At Stanford University, she wound up as the school's No. 1 singles player in her senior year. In 1985, she won NCAA championships in both singles and doubles. She became an All-American in the process. She was a member of the U.S.

Image of 2009.030.077 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Beatrice Godoy of Mercy High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 10, 2003.  Plaque includes image of  Godoy and a brief biography:  "Quick, gritty, and intelligent, Beatrice Godoy was a multi-talented 1990s athlete at both Mercy High School and the College of San Mateo. Basketball and softball were her strengths. At CSM, she was a first team all-state basketball/softball player in her sophomore season, becoming the first San Mateo County female ever to capture both honors concurrently. She matriculated to Pepperdine University where she was one of the best basketball point guards in the West Coast Conference.

2009.030.077 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Beatrice Godoy of Mercy High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 10, 2003. Plaque includes image of Godoy and a brief biography: "Quick, gritty, and intelligent, Beatrice Godoy was a multi-talented 1990s athlete at both Mercy High School and the College of San Mateo. Basketball and softball were her strengths. At CSM, she was a first team all-state basketball/softball player in her sophomore season, becoming the first San Mateo County female ever to capture both honors concurrently. She matriculated to Pepperdine University where she was one of the best basketball point guards in the West Coast Conference.

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Beatrice Godoy of Mercy High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 10, 2003. Plaque includes image of Godoy and a brief biography: "Quick, gritty, and intelligent, Beatrice Godoy was a multi-talented 1990s athlete at both Mercy High School and the College of San Mateo. Basketball and softball were her strengths. At CSM, she was a first team all-state basketball/softball player in her sophomore season, becoming the first San Mateo County female ever to capture both honors concurrently. She matriculated to Pepperdine University where she was one of the best basketball point guards in the We

Image of 2009.030.115 - Plaque commemorating Vic Mangini of Burlingame High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001.  Plaque includes image Mangini and a brief biography:  "During his 35-year career at Burlingame High School, Vic Mangini, a native of New York, became synonymous with both the institution and the town itself. As a track and field coach, his teams won eight Peninsula Athletic League titles. As a teacher and dean of boys, he influenced the lives of at least 10,000 Burlingame students. As a member of the Burlingame City Council for 20 years, he was mayor of the community on four seperate occasions. For many, Mangini is simply 'Mr. Burlingame.'"

2009.030.115 - Plaque commemorating Vic Mangini of Burlingame High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001. Plaque includes image Mangini and a brief biography: "During his 35-year career at Burlingame High School, Vic Mangini, a native of New York, became synonymous with both the institution and the town itself. As a track and field coach, his teams won eight Peninsula Athletic League titles. As a teacher and dean of boys, he influenced the lives of at least 10,000 Burlingame students. As a member of the Burlingame City Council for 20 years, he was mayor of the community on four seperate occasions. For many, Mangini is simply 'Mr. Burlingame.'"

Plaque commemorating Vic Mangini of Burlingame High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001. Plaque includes image Mangini and a brief biography: "During his 35-year career at Burlingame High School, Vic Mangini, a native of New York, became synonymous with both the institution and the town itself. As a track and field coach, his teams won eight Peninsula Athletic League titles. As a teacher and dean of boys, he influenced the lives of at least 10,000 Burlingame students. As a member of the Burlingame City Council for 20 years, he was mayor of the community on four seperate occasions. For many, Mangini is simply 'Mr. Burlingame.'"

Image of 2009.030.122 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bob Milano of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000.  Plaque includes image of  Milano and a brief biography:  "For Bob Milano, baseball has been more than a game. It's been a way of life. A former catcher at UC Berkeley, he took over the Burlingame High School baseball program in 1964 and led the Panthers to Mid-Peninsula League titles in 1968 and 1970. He moved back to Cal and, as head coach there, he produced 679 victories, the most in the school's history. Three of his teams went to the College World Series. In 1997, he was the head coach of the USA National Baseball Team."

2009.030.122 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bob Milano of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000. Plaque includes image of Milano and a brief biography: "For Bob Milano, baseball has been more than a game. It's been a way of life. A former catcher at UC Berkeley, he took over the Burlingame High School baseball program in 1964 and led the Panthers to Mid-Peninsula League titles in 1968 and 1970. He moved back to Cal and, as head coach there, he produced 679 victories, the most in the school's history. Three of his teams went to the College World Series. In 1997, he was the head coach of the USA National Baseball Team."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bob Milano of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000. Plaque includes image of Milano and a brief biography: "For Bob Milano, baseball has been more than a game. It's been a way of life. A former catcher at UC Berkeley, he took over the Burlingame High School baseball program in 1964 and led the Panthers to Mid-Peninsula League titles in 1968 and 1970. He moved back to Cal and, as head coach there, he produced 679 victories, the most in the school's history. Three of his teams went to the College World Series. In 1997, he was the head coach of the USA National Baseball Team."

Image of 2009.030.185 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mark Walen of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005.  Plaque includes image of  Walen and a brief biography:  "As a young teenager, Mark Walen didn't cotton much to football. But a high school teacher, who happened to be the varsity football coach, convinced Walen to give the sport a try. It didn't take long for him to be successful. Big and quick for his size, Walen rapidly developed into one of the best lineman on the Peninsula a generation ago. Later, at UCLA, he became the defensive lineman of the year in the Pac-10. He then spent four productive seasons as a defensive tackle with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL."

2009.030.185 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mark Walen of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Walen and a brief biography: "As a young teenager, Mark Walen didn't cotton much to football. But a high school teacher, who happened to be the varsity football coach, convinced Walen to give the sport a try. It didn't take long for him to be successful. Big and quick for his size, Walen rapidly developed into one of the best lineman on the Peninsula a generation ago. Later, at UCLA, he became the defensive lineman of the year in the Pac-10. He then spent four productive seasons as a defensive tackle with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mark Walen of Burlingame High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Walen and a brief biography: "As a young teenager, Mark Walen didn't cotton much to football. But a high school teacher, who happened to be the varsity football coach, convinced Walen to give the sport a try. It didn't take long for him to be successful. Big and quick for his size, Walen rapidly developed into one of the best lineman on the Peninsula a generation ago. Later, at UCLA, he became the defensive lineman of the year in the Pac-10. He then spent four productive seasons as a defensive tackle with the Da

Image of 2012.009.010 - Warren Smith Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Warren (Locomotive) Smith of Hoitt's School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of Smith and a brief biography: "Near the close of the 19th century, he was regarded as a man among boys. At Hoitt's School in Burlingame, he excelled in all sports, becoming the California state Player of the Year in both football and track and field in 1897. At U.C. Berkeley, he lettered in three sports. At one point in his illustrious career, he was regarded as the top halfback on the West Coast. He led the Golden Bears to their first two football victories over Stanford in 1898 and 1899. He was the captain of Cal's football and baseball teams and scored points for the track and field teams in the hammer throw as well. Later, he became the head football coach at the University of Oregon." Plaque is wood with an acrylic label attached to front with four screws, one in each corner. Wood has a hole in center top, as well as two grooves on back (one on the left and one on top below the hole), for mounting.

2012.009.010 - Warren Smith Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Warren (Locomotive) Smith of Hoitt's School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of Smith and a brief biography: "Near the close of the 19th century, he was regarded as a man among boys. At Hoitt's School in Burlingame, he excelled in all sports, becoming the California state Player of the Year in both football and track and field in 1897. At U.C. Berkeley, he lettered in three sports. At one point in his illustrious career, he was regarded as the top halfback on the West Coast. He led the Golden Bears to their first two football victories over Stanford in 1898 and 1899. He was the captain of Cal's football and baseball teams and scored points for the track and field teams in the hammer throw as well. Later, he became the head football coach at the University of Oregon." Plaque is wood with an acrylic label attached to front with four screws, one in each corner. Wood has a hole in center top, as well as two grooves on back (one on the left and one on top below the hole), for mounting.

Warren Smith Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Warren (Locomotive) Smith of Hoitt's School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of Smith and a brief biography: "Near the close of the 19th century, he was regarded as a man among boys. At Hoitt's School in Burlingame, he excelled in all sports, becoming the California state Player of the Year in both football and track and field in 1897. At U.C. Berkeley, he lettered in three sports. At one point in his illustrious career, he was regarded as the top halfback on the West Coast. He led th

Image of 2012.009.005 - Katie May Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Katie May of Burlingame High School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of May and a brief biography:  "In the mid-1990s, she was a three-sport standout at Burlingame. But her softball prowess proved to be her greatest strength. She was a four-year starter for the Panthers as a shortstop and, after graduating, didn't miss a beat at U.C. Berkeley. Playing for the Golden Bears, she became the program's starting shortstop almost immediately. She was a smooth fixture and a fluid defensive standout at that position for four productive seasons, finishing her career with 596 assists, an all-time Cal record. Her team won 163 games and played in the College World Series twice. At the plate, she led the team with 12 doubles in 1998." Plaque is wood with an acrylic label attached to front with four screws, one in each corner. Wood has a hole in center top, as well as two grooves on back (one on the left and one on top below the hole), for mounting.

2012.009.005 - Katie May Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Katie May of Burlingame High School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of May and a brief biography: "In the mid-1990s, she was a three-sport standout at Burlingame. But her softball prowess proved to be her greatest strength. She was a four-year starter for the Panthers as a shortstop and, after graduating, didn't miss a beat at U.C. Berkeley. Playing for the Golden Bears, she became the program's starting shortstop almost immediately. She was a smooth fixture and a fluid defensive standout at that position for four productive seasons, finishing her career with 596 assists, an all-time Cal record. Her team won 163 games and played in the College World Series twice. At the plate, she led the team with 12 doubles in 1998." Plaque is wood with an acrylic label attached to front with four screws, one in each corner. Wood has a hole in center top, as well as two grooves on back (one on the left and one on top below the hole), for mounting.

Katie May Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque. Plaque commemorating Katie May of Burlingame High School being inducted into Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame, sponsored by The San Mateo County/ Silicon Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, on June 13, 2012. Plaque includes image of May and a brief biography: "In the mid-1990s, she was a three-sport standout at Burlingame. But her softball prowess proved to be her greatest strength. She was a four-year starter for the Panthers as a shortstop and, after graduating, didn't miss a beat at U.C. Berkeley. Playing for the Golden Bears, she became the program's starting shortstop almost immediately. She was a smooth fixture and a fluid defensive stand

Image of 2014.019.004 - Peter Diepenbrock Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Peter Diepenbrock and a brief biography: "For Peter Diepenbrock, basketball is much more than a game; it's a vocation. A standout player at Burlingame and later at Menlo College, he moved on to coaching after graduating from UCLA. He coached and played in Denmark during two separate stints, a total of six years. At one point there, he coached the Danish national women's team. Back in the U.S., he was the head coach at Pinewood and then at Palo Alto High School. He spent 11 seasons at Palo Alto's highly successful head coach, winning three Central Coast Section titles and a California state championship. He also coached at Canada College for three years. Combined, his teams won in excess of 500 games. In league play at Palo Alto, his record was 113-19."

2014.019.004 - Peter Diepenbrock Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Peter Diepenbrock and a brief biography: "For Peter Diepenbrock, basketball is much more than a game; it's a vocation. A standout player at Burlingame and later at Menlo College, he moved on to coaching after graduating from UCLA. He coached and played in Denmark during two separate stints, a total of six years. At one point there, he coached the Danish national women's team. Back in the U.S., he was the head coach at Pinewood and then at Palo Alto High School. He spent 11 seasons at Palo Alto's highly successful head coach, winning three Central Coast Section titles and a California state championship. He also coached at Canada College for three years. Combined, his teams won in excess of 500 games. In league play at Palo Alto, his record was 113-19."

Peter Diepenbrock Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Peter Diepenbrock and a brief biography: "For Peter Diepenbrock, basketball is much more than a game; it's a vocation. A standout player at Burlingame and later at Menlo College, he moved on to coaching after graduating from UCLA. He coached and played in Denmark during two separate stints, a total of six years. At one point there, he coached the Danish national women's team. Back in the U.S., he was the head coach at Pinewood and then at Palo Alto High School. He spent 11 seasons at Palo Alto's highly successful head coach, winning three Central Coast Section titles and a California state championship. He

Image of 2015.001.00203 - Burlingame Fire Department Bicycle Baseball Team at Washington Park, 1949

2015.001.00203 - Burlingame Fire Department Bicycle Baseball Team at Washington Park, 1949

Burlingame Fire Department Bicycle Baseball Team at Washington Park, 1949. Black and white negative of Burlingame Firefighters playing "bicycle baseball," an annual Burlingame Fire Department fundraiser that began in the 1940s at Washington Park in Burlingame, California. The image shows 12 firefighters in costume, either sitting on or standing next to "trick" bicycles. The men wear a large variety of costumes, such as dresses and wigs, oversize jackets and pants, top-hats, and plaid suits. One of the bicycles has an unusually tall seat and handlebars, and some have different sized front and back wheels. The firefighters appear in a line on a dirt infield with some chalked lines visible nearb