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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 2015.003.041 - Danny Frisella Baseball Card, 1977, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has a white border surrounding an image of Frisella in the motion of pitching a ball, the ball appears to have just left his hand and is no longer in the image.  His is wearing a light blue Milwaukee Brewers uniform with dark blue and yellow stripes and letters.  His is wearing a yellow baseball cap with a dark blue brim and has a baseball glove on his left hand.  Frisella's signature is on the right side of the card.  Text reads, "BREWERS DANNY FRISELLA PITCHER".  The back of the card is brown with green text that lists Frisella's biographical information as well as statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes copyright information.

2015.003.041 - Danny Frisella Baseball Card, 1977, Topps paper card. The front of the card has a white border surrounding an image of Frisella in the motion of pitching a ball, the ball appears to have just left his hand and is no longer in the image. His is wearing a light blue Milwaukee Brewers uniform with dark blue and yellow stripes and letters. His is wearing a yellow baseball cap with a dark blue brim and has a baseball glove on his left hand. Frisella's signature is on the right side of the card. Text reads, "BREWERS DANNY FRISELLA PITCHER". The back of the card is brown with green text that lists Frisella's biographical information as well as statistics and accomplishments. Also includes copyright information.

Danny Frisella Baseball Card, 1977, Topps paper card. The front of the card has a white border surrounding an image of Frisella in the motion of pitching a ball, the ball appears to have just left his hand and is no longer in the image. His is wearing a light blue Milwaukee Brewers uniform with dark blue and yellow stripes and letters. His is wearing a yellow baseball cap with a dark blue brim and has a baseball glove on his left hand. Frisella's signature is on the right side of the card. Text reads, "BREWERS DANNY FRISELLA PITCHER". The back of the card is brown with green text that lists Frisella's biographical information as well as statistics and accomplishments. Also includes cop

Image of 2015.003.042 - Keith Hernandez Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of Hernandez holding a baseball bat.  He is wearing a blue New York Mets uniform with blue and white stripes, a long sleeved blue undershirt, a blue baseball cap with orange interlocking "NY" and a white batting glove on his left hand.  The Mets logo is in the upper left corner and the Topps logo is in the lower left corner.  The border of the card is wooden in appearance.  The back of the card is yellow and in blue text lists Hernandez's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  It also includes copyright information.

2015.003.042 - Keith Hernandez Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Hernandez holding a baseball bat. He is wearing a blue New York Mets uniform with blue and white stripes, a long sleeved blue undershirt, a blue baseball cap with orange interlocking "NY" and a white batting glove on his left hand. The Mets logo is in the upper left corner and the Topps logo is in the lower left corner. The border of the card is wooden in appearance. The back of the card is yellow and in blue text lists Hernandez's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. It also includes copyright information.

Keith Hernandez Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of Hernandez holding a baseball bat. He is wearing a blue New York Mets uniform with blue and white stripes, a long sleeved blue undershirt, a blue baseball cap with orange interlocking "NY" and a white batting glove on his left hand. The Mets logo is in the upper left corner and the Topps logo is in the lower left corner. The border of the card is wooden in appearance. The back of the card is yellow and in blue text lists Hernandez's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. It also includes copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.044A - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card.  The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball.  He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes.  He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand.  His right hand is behind him holding a baseball.  Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91".  The front has a white border.  On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan.  He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF".  Below the image and also on the right half of the card text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  The text also includes MLB, MLBPA and Score logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.044A - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball. He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes. He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand. His right hand is behind him holding a baseball. Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91". The front has a white border. On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan. He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF". Below the image and also on the right half of the card text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. The text also includes MLB, MLBPA and Score logos as well as copyright information.

Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991 Score paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClellan about to throw a ball. He is in front of a green background, wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes. He is also wearing a black baseball cap and a black baseball glove on his left hand. His right hand is behind him holding a baseball. Text on the front reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN P GIANTS" and "ROOKIE PROSPECT SCORE 91". The front has a white border. On the left half of the back of the card there is an image of McClellan. He is wearing a white Giants uniform with a black cap with orange interlocking "SF". Below the image and also on the right half of the

Image of 2015.003.044B - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card.  The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball.  His pitching arm is behind him.  He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove.  Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER".  The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'.  Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.044B - Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball. His pitching arm is behind him. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove. Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER". The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'. Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Paul McClellan Baseball Card, 1991, Donruss paper card. The front of the card has a picture of McClellan standing on a pitcher's mound pitching a ball. His pitching arm is behind him. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform, with black and orange stripes letters and numbers, and a black and orange cap and a black glove. Text reads, "PAUL McCLELLAN GIANTS PITCHER". The back of the card has an image of McClellan in the center wearing a white shirt and a black cap with orange interlocking 'SF'. Text on the back describes his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes Donruss, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Image of 2015.003.045 - Bob McClure Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image of McClure wearing a light blue Montreal Expos uniform with red and blue stripes on the shoulders and the top part of the Expos logo visible on his chest.  He is also wearing a white cap with the Expos red, white and blue logo.  The Expos logo is in the upper left corner of the card and the Topps logo is in the bottom left corner.  Text in a blue box at the bottom edge reads, "BOB McCLURE".  The card has a border that is wooden in appearance.  The back of the card is yellow and lists McClure's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes the Topps logo as well as copyright information.

2015.003.045 - Bob McClure Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClure wearing a light blue Montreal Expos uniform with red and blue stripes on the shoulders and the top part of the Expos logo visible on his chest. He is also wearing a white cap with the Expos red, white and blue logo. The Expos logo is in the upper left corner of the card and the Topps logo is in the bottom left corner. Text in a blue box at the bottom edge reads, "BOB McCLURE". The card has a border that is wooden in appearance. The back of the card is yellow and lists McClure's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes the Topps logo as well as copyright information.

Bob McClure Baseball Card, 1987, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image of McClure wearing a light blue Montreal Expos uniform with red and blue stripes on the shoulders and the top part of the Expos logo visible on his chest. He is also wearing a white cap with the Expos red, white and blue logo. The Expos logo is in the upper left corner of the card and the Topps logo is in the bottom left corner. Text in a blue box at the bottom edge reads, "BOB McCLURE". The card has a border that is wooden in appearance. The back of the card is yellow and lists McClure's biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes the Topps logo as well as copyright inform

2015.025.041 - This collection documents the activities of Allan R. Brown, who served as a Navigator in the Army Air Forces during World War Two and in the Air Force during the Korean War as a Navigator -Bombardier. The collection also contains materials related to Brown's career as an educator and administrator for College of San Mateo. Materials are textual, comprising of Armed Forces personnel records, news releases, correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and a school paper written by Allan Brown's neighbor. Item list of materials: 1A-D. Form letter to US Army Air Force Officers entering European Theater of Operations from Brigadier General Hugh J. Knerr, circa 1943-1944 2A-B. Photocopy of the Barth Hard Times, Stalag Luft I's prisoner-of-war newspaper, "Russky Come!", May 5, 1945 3A-B. Headquarters, Far East Air Forces news release announcing that Allan Brown was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, July 10, 1951 4A-C. Air Force Personal Affairs Statement, July 16, 1952 5. Report of Separation from the Armed Forces of the United States, August 9, 1952 6A-B. Letter from the Department of the Air Force regarding Allan Brown's retirement, March 2,1972 7A-C. Photocopy and translation of a German newspaper regarding Allan Brown's visit to Barthe, July 21, 1983 8A-B. College of San Mateo President's Memorandum, "Dr. Brown Retires", April 1989 9A-C. College of San Mateo news release, "Dr. Allan Brown, CSM Vice President, to Retire", May 1, 1989 10A-H. "Allan Brown: A Biography", Brown's 13 year old neighbor's literature paper, 1998

This collection documents the activities of Allan R. Brown, who served as a Navigator in the Army Air Forces during World War Two and in the Air Force during the Korean War as a Navigator -Bombardier. The collection also contains materials related to Brown's career as an educator and administrator for College of San Mateo. Materials are textual, comprising of Armed Forces personnel records, news releases, correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and a school paper written by Allan Brown's neighbor. Item list of materials: 1A-D. Form letter to US Army Air Force Officers entering European Theater of Operations from Brigadier General Hugh J. Knerr, circa 1943-1944 2A-B. Photocopy of the Ba

Image of 2009.030.158 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jerry Scattini of Capuchino High School and the College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005.  Plaque includes image of Scattini and a brief biography:  "Back in the 1950's, Jerry Scattini just naturally gravitated to sports as a kid growing up in Millbrae. At Capuchino High School, he flourished. He became an integral part of what would become known as the school's "golden era" of athletics. Scattini was a standout football and baseball player. He took his skills on the gridiron to the College of San Mateo and then to UC- Berkeley where he was a major contributor. Later, he was head football coach at the University of Nevada- Reno for seven years."

2009.030.158 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jerry Scattini of Capuchino High School and the College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Scattini and a brief biography: "Back in the 1950's, Jerry Scattini just naturally gravitated to sports as a kid growing up in Millbrae. At Capuchino High School, he flourished. He became an integral part of what would become known as the school's "golden era" of athletics. Scattini was a standout football and baseball player. He took his skills on the gridiron to the College of San Mateo and then to UC- Berkeley where he was a major contributor. Later, he was head football coach at the University of Nevada- Reno for seven years."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jerry Scattini of Capuchino High School and the College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Scattini and a brief biography: "Back in the 1950's, Jerry Scattini just naturally gravitated to sports as a kid growing up in Millbrae. At Capuchino High School, he flourished. He became an integral part of what would become known as the school's "golden era" of athletics. Scattini was a standout football and baseball player. He took his skills on the gridiron to the College of San Mateo and then to UC- Berkeley where he was a major contributor. Later, he was head football coach a

Image of 2011.026.008 - Plaque commemorating Mike Solari of El Camino High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011.  Plaque includes image of Solari and a brief biography:  "It wouldn't be an exaggeration to state that Mike Solari was born to coach football.  As a young player, he got his start as a two-way lineman at El Camino, moved on to CSM and then to San Diego State.  Not long after his playing days were over, he began his coaching career, moving through several collegiate levels and, finally, into the NFL.  He is in his second run with the San Francisco 49ers, this time as the club's offensive line coach.  In his first go-round with SF as a tight end coach, he got a Super Bowl ring in the mid-1990s."

2011.026.008 - Plaque commemorating Mike Solari of El Camino High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Solari and a brief biography: "It wouldn't be an exaggeration to state that Mike Solari was born to coach football. As a young player, he got his start as a two-way lineman at El Camino, moved on to CSM and then to San Diego State. Not long after his playing days were over, he began his coaching career, moving through several collegiate levels and, finally, into the NFL. He is in his second run with the San Francisco 49ers, this time as the club's offensive line coach. In his first go-round with SF as a tight end coach, he got a Super Bowl ring in the mid-1990s."

Plaque commemorating Mike Solari of El Camino High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 14, 2011. Plaque includes image of Solari and a brief biography: "It wouldn't be an exaggeration to state that Mike Solari was born to coach football. As a young player, he got his start as a two-way lineman at El Camino, moved on to CSM and then to San Diego State. Not long after his playing days were over, he began his coaching career, moving through several collegiate levels and, finally, into the NFL. He is in his second run with the San Francisco 49ers, this time as the club's offensive line coach. In his first go-round with SF as a

Image of 2009.030.001 - Plaque commemorating Bob Adams of El Camino High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006.  Plaque includes image of Adams and a brief biography:  "Who would have guessed it?  As a kid growing up in South San Francisco, he was not a physical specimen by any stretch of the imagination.  He was so skinny he quit playing football after his junior year at El Camino High School.  But a transformation began at the College of San Mateo where he blossomed inot a big, strong starting tight end.  He later played for the College of the Pacific.  He then had a productive seven-year NFL career."

2009.030.001 - Plaque commemorating Bob Adams of El Camino High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Adams and a brief biography: "Who would have guessed it? As a kid growing up in South San Francisco, he was not a physical specimen by any stretch of the imagination. He was so skinny he quit playing football after his junior year at El Camino High School. But a transformation began at the College of San Mateo where he blossomed inot a big, strong starting tight end. He later played for the College of the Pacific. He then had a productive seven-year NFL career."

Plaque commemorating Bob Adams of El Camino High School and College of San Mateo being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Adams and a brief biography: "Who would have guessed it? As a kid growing up in South San Francisco, he was not a physical specimen by any stretch of the imagination. He was so skinny he quit playing football after his junior year at El Camino High School. But a transformation began at the College of San Mateo where he blossomed inot a big, strong starting tight end. He later played for the College of the Pacific. He then had a productive seven-year NFL career."

Image of 2009.030.002 - Plaque commemorating Lee Allen being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, 1998.  Plaque includes image of  Allen and a brief biography:  "Lee Allen is a wrestler to the core. Growing up as a wrestler in Oregon, he eventually became a two-time member of the U.S. Olympic wrestling team. Moving to California in the early 1960's, he coached wrestling at both the College of San Mateo and Skyline College. In 1979, he was named the national AAU wrestling coach of the year. In 1980, he was chosen as head coach of the U.S. Greco-Roman Olympic team but America boycotted those Games. He has coached a number of National and Olympic wrestling champions."

2009.030.002 - Plaque commemorating Lee Allen being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, 1998. Plaque includes image of Allen and a brief biography: "Lee Allen is a wrestler to the core. Growing up as a wrestler in Oregon, he eventually became a two-time member of the U.S. Olympic wrestling team. Moving to California in the early 1960's, he coached wrestling at both the College of San Mateo and Skyline College. In 1979, he was named the national AAU wrestling coach of the year. In 1980, he was chosen as head coach of the U.S. Greco-Roman Olympic team but America boycotted those Games. He has coached a number of National and Olympic wrestling champions."

Plaque commemorating Lee Allen being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 3, 1998. Plaque includes image of Allen and a brief biography: "Lee Allen is a wrestler to the core. Growing up as a wrestler in Oregon, he eventually became a two-time member of the U.S. Olympic wrestling team. Moving to California in the early 1960's, he coached wrestling at both the College of San Mateo and Skyline College. In 1979, he was named the national AAU wrestling coach of the year. In 1980, he was chosen as head coach of the U.S. Greco-Roman Olympic team but America boycotted those Games. He has coached a number of National and Olympic wrestling champions."

Image of 2009.030.016 - Plaque commemorating Ed Berry being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 23, 1996.  Plaque includes image of Berry and a brief biography"Ed Berry, a Carlmont High alum, is regarded as one of the finest defensive backs ever to play football in San Mateo County.  In 1980 and 1981, he led the Scots to back-to-back South Peninsula Athletic League championships and then matriculated to Utah State where he became an all-league performer.  After two seasons in the NFL, he spent eight years in the Canadian Football League through 1995.  In Toronto, his team won the Grey Cup, symbolic of the CFL crown."

2009.030.016 - Plaque commemorating Ed Berry being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 23, 1996. Plaque includes image of Berry and a brief biography"Ed Berry, a Carlmont High alum, is regarded as one of the finest defensive backs ever to play football in San Mateo County. In 1980 and 1981, he led the Scots to back-to-back South Peninsula Athletic League championships and then matriculated to Utah State where he became an all-league performer. After two seasons in the NFL, he spent eight years in the Canadian Football League through 1995. In Toronto, his team won the Grey Cup, symbolic of the CFL crown."

Plaque commemorating Ed Berry being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 23, 1996. Plaque includes image of Berry and a brief biography"Ed Berry, a Carlmont High alum, is regarded as one of the finest defensive backs ever to play football in San Mateo County. In 1980 and 1981, he led the Scots to back-to-back South Peninsula Athletic League championships and then matriculated to Utah State where he became an all-league performer. After two seasons in the NFL, he spent eight years in the Canadian Football League through 1995. In Toronto, his team won the Grey Cup, symbolic of the CFL crown."

Image of 2009.030.028 - Plaque commemorating Greg Buckingham of Menlo-Atherton High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997.  Plaque includes image of  Buckingham and a brief biography:  "Greg Buckingham was a standout swimmer at Menlo-Atherton High School in the early 1960's when the Peninsula was a world-renowned haven for outstanding young aquatic athletes. He attended the College of San Mateo, producing 10 community college all-American times and four national JC records. Later at Stanford, he led his team to the 1967 NCAA swim championship, capturing two freestyle races. His career peaked in 1968 when, as a member of the U.S. Olympic team, he won two medals, a gold and a silver."

2009.030.028 - Plaque commemorating Greg Buckingham of Menlo-Atherton High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Buckingham and a brief biography: "Greg Buckingham was a standout swimmer at Menlo-Atherton High School in the early 1960's when the Peninsula was a world-renowned haven for outstanding young aquatic athletes. He attended the College of San Mateo, producing 10 community college all-American times and four national JC records. Later at Stanford, he led his team to the 1967 NCAA swim championship, capturing two freestyle races. His career peaked in 1968 when, as a member of the U.S. Olympic team, he won two medals, a gold and a silver."

Plaque commemorating Greg Buckingham of Menlo-Atherton High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Buckingham and a brief biography: "Greg Buckingham was a standout swimmer at Menlo-Atherton High School in the early 1960's when the Peninsula was a world-renowned haven for outstanding young aquatic athletes. He attended the College of San Mateo, producing 10 community college all-American times and four national JC records. Later at Stanford, he led his team to the 1967 NCAA swim championship, capturing two freestyle races. His career peaked in 1968 when, as a member of the U.S. Olympic team, he won two medals, a gold an

Image of 2009.030.114 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating John Madden of Jefferson High School, who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989.  Plaque includes image of  Madden and a brief biography:  "John Madden, who graduated from Jefferson High School, was a three-sport star at the Daly City institution.  He played baseball, basketball and football.  But it was as a professional football coach that he forged a national reputation.  /  Madden was the head coach of the NFL's Oakland Raiders for 10 seasons.  His teams made the NFL playoffs eight times.  Madden's Raiders won Super Bowl XI in Pasadena.  His overall record with Oakland was 103-32-7.  At the time, Madden was only the second NFL head coach to win 100 games in 10 years.  /  Madden attended the College of San Mateo and Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo.  He was an all-conference tackle at the latter school, which produced an overall 18-2 record during Madden's two seasons there.  /  Madden was drafted by the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles in 1958, but a knee injury ended his playing career.  He moved on to coaching at Hancock Junior College in Santa Maria.  He coached next at San Diego State.  He was hired as an assistant coach by the Raiders in 1967.  Two years later, he was named head coach at Oakland."

2009.030.114 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating John Madden of Jefferson High School, who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989. Plaque includes image of Madden and a brief biography: "John Madden, who graduated from Jefferson High School, was a three-sport star at the Daly City institution. He played baseball, basketball and football. But it was as a professional football coach that he forged a national reputation. / Madden was the head coach of the NFL's Oakland Raiders for 10 seasons. His teams made the NFL playoffs eight times. Madden's Raiders won Super Bowl XI in Pasadena. His overall record with Oakland was 103-32-7. At the time, Madden was only the second NFL head coach to win 100 games in 10 years. / Madden attended the College of San Mateo and Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo. He was an all-conference tackle at the latter school, which produced an overall 18-2 record during Madden's two seasons there. / Madden was drafted by the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles in 1958, but a knee injury ended his playing career. He moved on to coaching at Hancock Junior College in Santa Maria. He coached next at San Diego State. He was hired as an assistant coach by the Raiders in 1967. Two years later, he was named head coach at Oakland."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating John Madden of Jefferson High School, who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 17, 1989. Plaque includes image of Madden and a brief biography: "John Madden, who graduated from Jefferson High School, was a three-sport star at the Daly City institution. He played baseball, basketball and football. But it was as a professional football coach that he forged a national reputation. / Madden was the head coach of the NFL's Oakland Raiders for 10 seasons. His teams made the NFL playoffs eight times. Madden's Raiders won Super Bowl XI in Pasadena. His overall record with Oakland was 103-32-7. At the time, Madden was only th

Image of 2009.030.048 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gloria Smith Corey of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007.  Plaque includes image of Smith Corey and a brief biography:  "You want the definition of a winner? Look no farther than Gloria Smith Corey. She did nothing but achieve victories during her career as a basketball player a generation ago. She helped her teams capture 5 championships in 5 years, beginning at Westmoor High School, then at College of San Mateo and, finally, at the University of San Francisco. A smooth, tough floor general, Smith was the first great point guard to emerge on the Peninsula after the passage of Title IX."

2009.030.048 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gloria Smith Corey of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Smith Corey and a brief biography: "You want the definition of a winner? Look no farther than Gloria Smith Corey. She did nothing but achieve victories during her career as a basketball player a generation ago. She helped her teams capture 5 championships in 5 years, beginning at Westmoor High School, then at College of San Mateo and, finally, at the University of San Francisco. A smooth, tough floor general, Smith was the first great point guard to emerge on the Peninsula after the passage of Title IX."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gloria Smith Corey of Westmoor High School and College of San Mateo who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 21, 2007. Plaque includes image of Smith Corey and a brief biography: "You want the definition of a winner? Look no farther than Gloria Smith Corey. She did nothing but achieve victories during her career as a basketball player a generation ago. She helped her teams capture 5 championships in 5 years, beginning at Westmoor High School, then at College of San Mateo and, finally, at the University of San Francisco. A smooth, tough floor general, Smith was the first great point guard to emerge on the Peninsula after the

Image of 2009.030.051 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Neal Dahlen of Capuchino High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Dahlen and a brief biography:  "Neal Dahlen is unique. No one else in the history of the National Football League has accomplished what he has: A total of seven Super Bowl rings, five with the San Francisco 49ers and two more with the Denver Broncos. Dahlen, an administrator/personnel expert, got his football start in San Mateo County at places like Capuchino High School in San Bruno, Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, and the College of San Mateo. As a player, coach, and front office operative, Dahlen is in a class by himself."

2009.030.051 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Neal Dahlen of Capuchino High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Dahlen and a brief biography: "Neal Dahlen is unique. No one else in the history of the National Football League has accomplished what he has: A total of seven Super Bowl rings, five with the San Francisco 49ers and two more with the Denver Broncos. Dahlen, an administrator/personnel expert, got his football start in San Mateo County at places like Capuchino High School in San Bruno, Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, and the College of San Mateo. As a player, coach, and front office operative, Dahlen is in a class by himself."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Neal Dahlen of Capuchino High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Dahlen and a brief biography: "Neal Dahlen is unique. No one else in the history of the National Football League has accomplished what he has: A total of seven Super Bowl rings, five with the San Francisco 49ers and two more with the Denver Broncos. Dahlen, an administrator/personnel expert, got his football start in San Mateo County at places like Capuchino High School in San Bruno, Hillsdale High School in San Mateo, and the College of San Mateo. As a player, coach, and front office operative, Dahlen is in a cl

Image of 2009.030.084 - Plaque commemorating Walt Harris of El Camino High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001.  Plaque includes image of Harris and a brief biography:  "Walt Harris is one of the most respected college football coaches in the U.S. An alum of El Camino High School in South San Francisco and College of San Mateo, he is now head coach at the University of Pittsburg. In 1997, he was named Big East Conference Coach of the Year. His 2000 Pitt team recorded a 7-4 record, the school's best mark in 11 seasons. He is a former head coach at the University of the Pacific. As a linebacker at CSM, he was named Player of the Year in the Golden Gate Conference."

2009.030.084 - Plaque commemorating Walt Harris of El Camino High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001. Plaque includes image of Harris and a brief biography: "Walt Harris is one of the most respected college football coaches in the U.S. An alum of El Camino High School in South San Francisco and College of San Mateo, he is now head coach at the University of Pittsburg. In 1997, he was named Big East Conference Coach of the Year. His 2000 Pitt team recorded a 7-4 record, the school's best mark in 11 seasons. He is a former head coach at the University of the Pacific. As a linebacker at CSM, he was named Player of the Year in the Golden Gate Conference."

Plaque commemorating Walt Harris of El Camino High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 5, 2001. Plaque includes image of Harris and a brief biography: "Walt Harris is one of the most respected college football coaches in the U.S. An alum of El Camino High School in South San Francisco and College of San Mateo, he is now head coach at the University of Pittsburg. In 1997, he was named Big East Conference Coach of the Year. His 2000 Pitt team recorded a 7-4 record, the school's best mark in 11 seasons. He is a former head coach at the University of the Pacific. As a linebacker at CSM, he was named Player of the Year in the Golden Gate Conference."

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 2009.030.068 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Danny Frisella of Serra High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Frisella and a brief biography:  "Danny Frisella was one of the greatest pitchers ever to come out of Serra High School in San Mateo and the College of San Mateo.  Before his death in 1977, he spent 10 seasons in the major leagues as a relief specialist.  His career numbers were: 34 wins, 40 losses; 3.32 earned run average; 57 saves; and 351 apperances.  With the Ney York Mets in 1970-71, he was 16-8 with 83 appearances.  His 1971 ERA was 1.98, with a dozen saves.  The baseball field at Serra is named in his memory.  One of the greatest pitchers out of Serra High School and the College of San Mateo, Danny Frisella went on to the major leagues, playing for teams such as the New York Mets and St Louis Cardinals.  His career was cut short due to his death in a dune buggy accident."

2009.030.068 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Danny Frisella of Serra High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Frisella and a brief biography: "Danny Frisella was one of the greatest pitchers ever to come out of Serra High School in San Mateo and the College of San Mateo. Before his death in 1977, he spent 10 seasons in the major leagues as a relief specialist. His career numbers were: 34 wins, 40 losses; 3.32 earned run average; 57 saves; and 351 apperances. With the Ney York Mets in 1970-71, he was 16-8 with 83 appearances. His 1971 ERA was 1.98, with a dozen saves. The baseball field at Serra is named in his memory. One of the greatest pitchers out of Serra High School and the College of San Mateo, Danny Frisella went on to the major leagues, playing for teams such as the New York Mets and St Louis Cardinals. His career was cut short due to his death in a dune buggy accident."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Danny Frisella of Serra High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Frisella and a brief biography: "Danny Frisella was one of the greatest pitchers ever to come out of Serra High School in San Mateo and the College of San Mateo. Before his death in 1977, he spent 10 seasons in the major leagues as a relief specialist. His career numbers were: 34 wins, 40 losses; 3.32 earned run average; 57 saves; and 351 apperances. With the Ney York Mets in 1970-71, he was 16-8 with 83 appearances. His 1971 ERA was 1.98, with a dozen saves. The baseball field at Serra is named in his memory