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Name Daly City
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Image of 2015.003.049 - Ken Reitz Baseball Card, 1977, Topps paper card.  The front of the card has an image Reitz holding a baseball bat and posing as if he just swung it, the bat is behind his head.  He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes on the sleeves, a black belt and a black baseball cap with an orange interlocking "SF".  His is standing in an empty stadium with a batting cage visible.  His signature is at the center of the card near his belt.  Text on the front of the card reads, "GIANTS KEN REITZ 3rd BASE".  The card has a white border.  The back of the card is brown with green text.  The text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments.  Also includes copyright information.

2015.003.049 - Ken Reitz Baseball Card, 1977, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image Reitz holding a baseball bat and posing as if he just swung it, the bat is behind his head. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes on the sleeves, a black belt and a black baseball cap with an orange interlocking "SF". His is standing in an empty stadium with a batting cage visible. His signature is at the center of the card near his belt. Text on the front of the card reads, "GIANTS KEN REITZ 3rd BASE". The card has a white border. The back of the card is brown with green text. The text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also includes copyright information.

Ken Reitz Baseball Card, 1977, Topps paper card. The front of the card has an image Reitz holding a baseball bat and posing as if he just swung it, the bat is behind his head. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes on the sleeves, a black belt and a black baseball cap with an orange interlocking "SF". His is standing in an empty stadium with a batting cage visible. His signature is at the center of the card near his belt. Text on the front of the card reads, "GIANTS KEN REITZ 3rd BASE". The card has a white border. The back of the card is brown with green text. The text lists his biographical information, statistics and accomplishments. Also

Image of 2017.014.004 - Broadmoor Police Car Emblem, c. 1940s. This decal is made of paper. It is in black and shaped like a star with seven points with black and white floral designs on each corner and inside of the decal. In the middle of the decal, there is a gold circle with some gold, and bold printed text with medium lettering that reads "BROADMOOR" at the top. At the bottom of the same gold circle with some gold and bold printed text with medium lettering that reads "SAN MATEO CO." In the middle of the circle, on a golden background with some black bold printed text that reads "POLICE". This decal was used for an emblem on a police car.

2017.014.004 - Broadmoor Police Car Emblem, c. 1940s. This decal is made of paper. It is in black and shaped like a star with seven points with black and white floral designs on each corner and inside of the decal. In the middle of the decal, there is a gold circle with some gold, and bold printed text with medium lettering that reads "BROADMOOR" at the top. At the bottom of the same gold circle with some gold and bold printed text with medium lettering that reads "SAN MATEO CO." In the middle of the circle, on a golden background with some black bold printed text that reads "POLICE". This decal was used for an emblem on a police car.

Broadmoor Police Car Emblem, c. 1940s. This decal is made of paper. It is in black and shaped like a star with seven points with black and white floral designs on each corner and inside of the decal. In the middle of the decal, there is a gold circle with some gold, and bold printed text with medium lettering that reads "BROADMOOR" at the top. At the bottom of the same gold circle with some gold and bold printed text with medium lettering that reads "SAN MATEO CO." In the middle of the circle, on a golden background with some black bold printed text that reads "POLICE". This decal was used for an emblem on a police car.

Image of 1987.042.013 - 1964 The Living and the Dying - Daly City by Henry Rupe.  Oil or acrylic on canvas mounted inside a silver-painted wooden frame with a white linen inner border.  There is an engrave brass plaque on center bottom front of frame that reads, " FRED GELLERT FOUNDATION  /  COLLECTION OF SAN MATEO SCENES  /  HENRY RUPE  /  DALY CITY  /  PRESENTED BY ART-RISE 1986."  Image depicts a view from just before the curve in a road next to a white barn which takes up one-third of the right side.  On the other side of wooden fencing is a field with two tractors.  Beyond that is a small hill, on top of which is the Seton Medical Center building.

1987.042.013 - 1964 The Living and the Dying - Daly City by Henry Rupe. Oil or acrylic on canvas mounted inside a silver-painted wooden frame with a white linen inner border. There is an engrave brass plaque on center bottom front of frame that reads, " FRED GELLERT FOUNDATION / COLLECTION OF SAN MATEO SCENES / HENRY RUPE / DALY CITY / PRESENTED BY ART-RISE 1986." Image depicts a view from just before the curve in a road next to a white barn which takes up one-third of the right side. On the other side of wooden fencing is a field with two tractors. Beyond that is a small hill, on top of which is the Seton Medical Center building.

1964 The Living and the Dying - Daly City by Henry Rupe. Oil or acrylic on canvas mounted inside a silver-painted wooden frame with a white linen inner border. There is an engrave brass plaque on center bottom front of frame that reads, " FRED GELLERT FOUNDATION / COLLECTION OF SAN MATEO SCENES / HENRY RUPE / DALY CITY / PRESENTED BY ART-RISE 1986." Image depicts a view from just before the curve in a road next to a white barn which takes up one-third of the right side. On the other side of wooden fencing is a field with two tractors. Beyond that is a small hill, on top of which is the Seton Medical Center building.

Image of 2009.030.053 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Don Delbon of Jefferson High Schoolwho was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004.  Plaque includes image of  Delbon and a brief biography:  "In the early 1950s, Don Delbon was one of the most honored prep athletes in San Mateo County. A multi-sport athlete at Jefferson High School, he achieved his greates notriety in basketball. He played both basketball and baseball at Oregon University. Later, as a basketball standout in Europe, he was the top scorer in the Germany Sports District League as a military all-star. In his junior and senior seasons at Jefferson, the Indians went 23-1 in the northern division of the Peninsula Athletic League."  Plaque and induction was sponsored by The Times of San Mateo.

2009.030.053 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Don Delbon of Jefferson High Schoolwho was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Delbon and a brief biography: "In the early 1950s, Don Delbon was one of the most honored prep athletes in San Mateo County. A multi-sport athlete at Jefferson High School, he achieved his greates notriety in basketball. He played both basketball and baseball at Oregon University. Later, as a basketball standout in Europe, he was the top scorer in the Germany Sports District League as a military all-star. In his junior and senior seasons at Jefferson, the Indians went 23-1 in the northern division of the Peninsula Athletic League." Plaque and induction was sponsored by The Times of San Mateo.

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Don Delbon of Jefferson High Schoolwho was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Delbon and a brief biography: "In the early 1950s, Don Delbon was one of the most honored prep athletes in San Mateo County. A multi-sport athlete at Jefferson High School, he achieved his greates notriety in basketball. He played both basketball and baseball at Oregon University. Later, as a basketball standout in Europe, he was the top scorer in the Germany Sports District League as a military all-star. In his junior and senior seasons at Jefferson, the Indians went 23-1 in the northern division of the Peninsula

Image of 2009.030.040 - Plaque commemorating Terry Chistman of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006.  Plaque includes image of Christman and a brief biography:  "For nearly a full half-century, Terry Christman has been a significant athletic presence on the Peninsula.  From his days as a multi-sport star at Westmoor High School, he went on to a successful career in teaching, coaching and officiating.  At Westmoor, he emerged as one of San Mateo County's finest pitchers.  Later, he was a key performer on consecutive Far Western Conference championship baseball teams.  Drafted by the New York Mets, he pitched in their minor league chain for a number of years."

2009.030.040 - Plaque commemorating Terry Chistman of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Christman and a brief biography: "For nearly a full half-century, Terry Christman has been a significant athletic presence on the Peninsula. From his days as a multi-sport star at Westmoor High School, he went on to a successful career in teaching, coaching and officiating. At Westmoor, he emerged as one of San Mateo County's finest pitchers. Later, he was a key performer on consecutive Far Western Conference championship baseball teams. Drafted by the New York Mets, he pitched in their minor league chain for a number of years."

Plaque commemorating Terry Chistman of Westmoor High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Christman and a brief biography: "For nearly a full half-century, Terry Christman has been a significant athletic presence on the Peninsula. From his days as a multi-sport star at Westmoor High School, he went on to a successful career in teaching, coaching and officiating. At Westmoor, he emerged as one of San Mateo County's finest pitchers. Later, he was a key performer on consecutive Far Western Conference championship baseball teams. Drafted by the New York Mets, he pitched in their minor league chain for a number of year

Image of 2009.030.041 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mike Ciardella of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997.  Plaque includes image of Ciardella and a brief biography:  "Mike Ciardella, who was raised in Daly City, took over the girls' basketball program at Sacred Heart Prep in 1992 after two seasons at Mercy High in Burlingame. Almost immediately, the tiny Atherton Catholic school found itself in the state spotlight. From 1992 to 1996, the Gator girls rang up a staggering overall 168-13 record. They won five consecutive Central Coast Section championships and four straight California state titles. Those teams won a Northern California record 80 consecutive games during one memorable stretch."

2009.030.041 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mike Ciardella of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Ciardella and a brief biography: "Mike Ciardella, who was raised in Daly City, took over the girls' basketball program at Sacred Heart Prep in 1992 after two seasons at Mercy High in Burlingame. Almost immediately, the tiny Atherton Catholic school found itself in the state spotlight. From 1992 to 1996, the Gator girls rang up a staggering overall 168-13 record. They won five consecutive Central Coast Section championships and four straight California state titles. Those teams won a Northern California record 80 consecutive games during one memorable stretch."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Mike Ciardella of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Ciardella and a brief biography: "Mike Ciardella, who was raised in Daly City, took over the girls' basketball program at Sacred Heart Prep in 1992 after two seasons at Mercy High in Burlingame. Almost immediately, the tiny Atherton Catholic school found itself in the state spotlight. From 1992 to 1996, the Gator girls rang up a staggering overall 168-13 record. They won five consecutive Central Coast Section championships and four straight California state titles. Those teams won a Northern California record 80 co

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 2009.030.073 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Giammona of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Giammona and a brief biography:  "Tony Giammona is synonymous with Daly City. He was a boys' basketball coach at Westmoor High School in that town for 26 years. He also served on the Daly City Council for 29 years. He was elected to seven terms on that body. He was mayor of Daly City for several years. His Westmoor varsity basketball teams posted a 217-45 North Peninsula League record, with 10 titles. At one point in the 1970's, his Rams won 49 consecutive NPL games. He was an outstanding three-sport high school athlete in Michigan."

2009.030.073 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Giammona of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Giammona and a brief biography: "Tony Giammona is synonymous with Daly City. He was a boys' basketball coach at Westmoor High School in that town for 26 years. He also served on the Daly City Council for 29 years. He was elected to seven terms on that body. He was mayor of Daly City for several years. His Westmoor varsity basketball teams posted a 217-45 North Peninsula League record, with 10 titles. At one point in the 1970's, his Rams won 49 consecutive NPL games. He was an outstanding three-sport high school athlete in Michigan."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Tony Giammona of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Giammona and a brief biography: "Tony Giammona is synonymous with Daly City. He was a boys' basketball coach at Westmoor High School in that town for 26 years. He also served on the Daly City Council for 29 years. He was elected to seven terms on that body. He was mayor of Daly City for several years. His Westmoor varsity basketball teams posted a 217-45 North Peninsula League record, with 10 titles. At one point in the 1970's, his Rams won 49 consecutive NPL games. He was an outstanding three-sport high school

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 2009.030.149 - Plaque commemorating Ken Reitz of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993.  Plaque includes image of Reitz and a brief biography:  "Ken Reitz, a graduate of Jefferson High in Daly City, was the grand master of the "hot corner" during his 11-year professional baseball career in the National League.  As a gifted, quick-handed third baseman, he set the league standard for excellence with a .970 career fielding percentage-best ever in the National League.  /  His nickname, the "Zamboni Machine," summed up his consistent brilliance during his 1,321-game tenure with the St. Louis Cardinals, the San Francisco Giants, the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates."

2009.030.149 - Plaque commemorating Ken Reitz of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Reitz and a brief biography: "Ken Reitz, a graduate of Jefferson High in Daly City, was the grand master of the "hot corner" during his 11-year professional baseball career in the National League. As a gifted, quick-handed third baseman, he set the league standard for excellence with a .970 career fielding percentage-best ever in the National League. / His nickname, the "Zamboni Machine," summed up his consistent brilliance during his 1,321-game tenure with the St. Louis Cardinals, the San Francisco Giants, the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates."

Plaque commemorating Ken Reitz of Jefferson High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 18, 1993. Plaque includes image of Reitz and a brief biography: "Ken Reitz, a graduate of Jefferson High in Daly City, was the grand master of the "hot corner" during his 11-year professional baseball career in the National League. As a gifted, quick-handed third baseman, he set the league standard for excellence with a .970 career fielding percentage-best ever in the National League. / His nickname, the "Zamboni Machine," summed up his consistent brilliance during his 1,321-game tenure with the St. Louis Cardinals, the San Francisco Giants, the Chicago Cubs and the

Image of 2009.030.175 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Kim Terrell of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006.  Plaque includes image of  Terrell and a brief biography:  "There is no argument that Kim Terrell is the greatest female bowler ever produced in San Mateo County. For years, she was one of the stars of the Professional Women's bowling association. During her collegate days at San Jose State University in the 1980's, she was a key member of Spartan teams that captured four straight league bowling titles. SJS finished second in the nation during Kim's sophomore season. They were third the following year. She was the 1989 Rookie of the Year in the PWBA."

2009.030.175 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Kim Terrell of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Terrell and a brief biography: "There is no argument that Kim Terrell is the greatest female bowler ever produced in San Mateo County. For years, she was one of the stars of the Professional Women's bowling association. During her collegate days at San Jose State University in the 1980's, she was a key member of Spartan teams that captured four straight league bowling titles. SJS finished second in the nation during Kim's sophomore season. They were third the following year. She was the 1989 Rookie of the Year in the PWBA."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Kim Terrell of Westmoor High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Terrell and a brief biography: "There is no argument that Kim Terrell is the greatest female bowler ever produced in San Mateo County. For years, she was one of the stars of the Professional Women's bowling association. During her collegate days at San Jose State University in the 1980's, she was a key member of Spartan teams that captured four straight league bowling titles. SJS finished second in the nation during Kim's sophomore season. They were third the following year. She was the 1989 Rookie of the Year in

Image of 2014.019.001 - Brett Barron Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Brett Barron and a brief biography: "Even as a kid in Daly City, Brett Barron didn't back down. That stood him in good stead as he pursued a judo career. At the tender age of seven, he began to learn to learn the fine points of the sport at the Cahill Judo Academy. By the 1970s, he had established himself as one of the country's raising judo stars. He secured a bronze medal for the U.S. in his weight class in the 1979 Pan American Games and a gold in the same games four years later. Dislocating his thumb in the 3rd round against the Olympic favorite prevented him from advancing to the later rounds for a potential bronze medal in the 1984 Olympic Games. He was a member of three World Championship teams, among a host of other accomplishments. He retired from competition in 1988, but returned to coach the U.S. Olympic Team in 2004."

2014.019.001 - Brett Barron Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Brett Barron and a brief biography: "Even as a kid in Daly City, Brett Barron didn't back down. That stood him in good stead as he pursued a judo career. At the tender age of seven, he began to learn to learn the fine points of the sport at the Cahill Judo Academy. By the 1970s, he had established himself as one of the country's raising judo stars. He secured a bronze medal for the U.S. in his weight class in the 1979 Pan American Games and a gold in the same games four years later. Dislocating his thumb in the 3rd round against the Olympic favorite prevented him from advancing to the later rounds for a potential bronze medal in the 1984 Olympic Games. He was a member of three World Championship teams, among a host of other accomplishments. He retired from competition in 1988, but returned to coach the U.S. Olympic Team in 2004."

Brett Barron Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Brett Barron and a brief biography: "Even as a kid in Daly City, Brett Barron didn't back down. That stood him in good stead as he pursued a judo career. At the tender age of seven, he began to learn to learn the fine points of the sport at the Cahill Judo Academy. By the 1970s, he had established himself as one of the country's raising judo stars. He secured a bronze medal for the U.S. in his weight class in the 1979 Pan American Games and a gold in the same games four years later. Dislocating his thumb in the 3rd round against the Olympic favorite prevented him from advancing to the later rounds for a potentia

Image of 2014.019.002 - Leo Biedermann Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Leo Biedermann and a brief biography: "For Leo Biedermann, size was a distinct advantage. And he used it on the football filed to great effect. Standing 6-8, he became a star offensive lineman at Westmoor during an era when the Rams were a serious factor in San Mateo County prep football. There is a certain irony in the today, because the Daly City school no longer offers the sport. Which means that, in all likelihood, Biedermann will remain the most honored lineman in Westmoor history. His career in the trenches took him to the University of California-Berkeley where he became a standout as a member of the 1975 Golden Bear Co-Pacific 8 Championship team and Honorable Mention in 1977. He then moved on to the NFL where he was drafted in the 12th round by Cleveland in 1978 and played for the Browns that year. Later, he played for Montreal in the Canadian Football League and the Oakland Invaders of the USFL."

2014.019.002 - Leo Biedermann Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Leo Biedermann and a brief biography: "For Leo Biedermann, size was a distinct advantage. And he used it on the football filed to great effect. Standing 6-8, he became a star offensive lineman at Westmoor during an era when the Rams were a serious factor in San Mateo County prep football. There is a certain irony in the today, because the Daly City school no longer offers the sport. Which means that, in all likelihood, Biedermann will remain the most honored lineman in Westmoor history. His career in the trenches took him to the University of California-Berkeley where he became a standout as a member of the 1975 Golden Bear Co-Pacific 8 Championship team and Honorable Mention in 1977. He then moved on to the NFL where he was drafted in the 12th round by Cleveland in 1978 and played for the Browns that year. Later, he played for Montreal in the Canadian Football League and the Oakland Invaders of the USFL."

Leo Biedermann Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Leo Biedermann and a brief biography: "For Leo Biedermann, size was a distinct advantage. And he used it on the football filed to great effect. Standing 6-8, he became a star offensive lineman at Westmoor during an era when the Rams were a serious factor in San Mateo County prep football. There is a certain irony in the today, because the Daly City school no longer offers the sport. Which means that, in all likelihood, Biedermann will remain the most honored lineman in Westmoor history. His career in the trenches took him to the University of California-Berkeley where he became a standout as a member of the 19

Image of 2014.019.010 - Terry Stogner Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Terry Stogner and a brief biography: "Over a professional career in high school athletics which has spanned nearly 50 years, Terry Stogner has become inextricably linked with the Peninsula Athletic League, a collection of 17 public high schools stretching from Daly City in the north to Menlo Park and Woodside in the south and to Half Moon Bay and Pacifica on the coast. As commissioner of the sprawling league, he has upgraded schedules, monitored new playoff arrangements and stimulated fresh interest in a wide range of boy's and girls' sport. Prior to his appointment as the PAL's executive director, he spent 38 years at Carlmont, 36 of them as head varsity basketball coach, with more than 300 wins. The Carlmont gymnasium was named for him in 2003."

2014.019.010 - Terry Stogner Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Terry Stogner and a brief biography: "Over a professional career in high school athletics which has spanned nearly 50 years, Terry Stogner has become inextricably linked with the Peninsula Athletic League, a collection of 17 public high schools stretching from Daly City in the north to Menlo Park and Woodside in the south and to Half Moon Bay and Pacifica on the coast. As commissioner of the sprawling league, he has upgraded schedules, monitored new playoff arrangements and stimulated fresh interest in a wide range of boy's and girls' sport. Prior to his appointment as the PAL's executive director, he spent 38 years at Carlmont, 36 of them as head varsity basketball coach, with more than 300 wins. The Carlmont gymnasium was named for him in 2003."

Terry Stogner Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2014. Plaque includes image of Terry Stogner and a brief biography: "Over a professional career in high school athletics which has spanned nearly 50 years, Terry Stogner has become inextricably linked with the Peninsula Athletic League, a collection of 17 public high schools stretching from Daly City in the north to Menlo Park and Woodside in the south and to Half Moon Bay and Pacifica on the coast. As commissioner of the sprawling league, he has upgraded schedules, monitored new playoff arrangements and stimulated fresh interest in a wide range of boy's and girls' sport. Prior to his appointment as the PAL's executive director, he spent 38

Image of 2016.019.001 - Scenes from across San Mateo County by Ken Paul, c. July-August 1981. Signed framed artwork by local artist Ken Paul. Purchased by donor over 20 years ago for her husband's office. This piece of artwork is encased in a burgundy frame with a gray mat glass made of acyclic plastic over a white background with engravings. On the painting, there are various pictures and scenes engraved onto the painting. On the far top left hand corner, there is a engraved picture of a small building with a brick roof with three peaks on its left, front and in back, small dark windows, a small door, and a chimney in front of a pole, a tiny bike, part of the street and in the background, a palm tree and a small fence. The peaks are shaped triangularly with the front peak having a small oval shaped sign with some text engraved that says "SAN CARLOS". The words "SAN CARLOS" are in upper case and bold.  Underneath this engraving of the building is the street which has some engraved text on the bottom that says "RICHARDSON ROMANESQUE  / -  / NORTH END VIEW- SAN CARLOS  /  TRAIN STATION  /  7-4-81  /  EL CAMINO REAL and SAN CARLOS AVENUE". The text above is in all tiny lettering, uppercase including the letters "E" in the word "EL", "C" in the words "CAMINO" and "CARLOS", "R" in the word "REAL", "S" in "SAN", and "A" in the word "AVENUE". The rest of the letters in the phrase "EL CAMINO REAL and SAN CARLOS AVENUE" is lower case. Next to the engraved picture of the building on the top far left of the painting, there is some larger engraved text that says "STONE TRAIN DEPOT- /  SAN CARLOS-" with a heart shaped insignia in front of the letter "S"  in "STONE". The words "STONE TRAIN DEPOT" are in uppercase and in regular font, and the words "SAN CARLOS" are in uppercase and in bold. Next to the text that says "STONE TRAIN DEPOT- /  SAN CARLOS-", there is an engraved picture of a white building with a wide arch with a sign that says "COW PALACE", an entrance with six columns, two doors on each of its sides in the front of the building, some bushes and trees in the front of the building and parking spaces on the right are shaded in black, walkways and parking spaces in the front. The building is in white with black borders surrounding it throughout the top of the ceiling to the bottom where the doors and the six columns lie. There are five tiny tips at the top of the ceiling with a few squiggly lines extending on the side of the roof. Below the ceiling, and in the middle of the arch, engraved, in bold and shaded in black, the text reads "COW PALACE". The words "COW PALACE" are upper cased and are part of the sign of the building. Below the sign and on the left and right hand side of the arched building are its two doors with a dark border on the top right, and left hand side of the door. The doors also have an arched look as well and are rectangular in shape. In between the two doors and underneath the sign "COW PALACE" are six white columns that are connected and parallel from each other. Below the door on the left hand side are some bushes that are shaded in black. These bushes also appears towards the middle in front of the six white columns. In front of bushes, there are a set of lines separate from each other which are the parking spaces on the lot of the Cow Palace. The parking spaces also appear on the far right of the engraved picture. In front of the set of parking spaces on the right is a walkway with a light post, which next to a set of trees. On the left hand side, right hand side and in the back in the background, there is a set of buildings with one big building on the left side, houses on the right, and the city of San Francisco in the back. Below the set of bushes in the middle of the parking space lot, there is a small set of engraved text that says "K. Paul" which is written in cursive. Below the right hand side underneath the parking space lot, there is another small set of engraved text that says "K. Paul '81" with a small copyright insignia that has a circle and the word "c" in it, which are in regular lettering. Also on the far right, there is a date engraved that says "7-30-81, also in regular lettering". Below all of these sets of engraved text is another set of engraved text that is bigger than the text above and says "COW PALACE, NATIONALLY KNOWN EXHIBITION HALL  /  DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA  - SAN MATEO COUNTY". The text that says "COW PALACE, NATIONALLY KNOWN EXHIBITION HALL  /  DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA  - SAN MATEO COUNTY" is in uppercase with regular font. Below that set of text, next to a heart shaped insignia, another set of engraved text and in uppercase says "BIGGEST & LARGEST BARN  /  IN THE COUNTY  /  DALY CITY". The words "DALY CITY" are in bold while the rest of the phrase is in regular font. Next to the engraved picture of the Cow Palace is a set of engraved text that is bold and upper cased that says "SAN MATEO COUNTY  /  ARCHITECTUAL  /  HERITAGE FOR 75 YEARS,  /  1850's to 1920's" with a squiggly line at the end. Next to the set of text above on the far top right hand corner of the painting, is an engraved picture of the San Mateo Bridge with electrical lamp post across it, a utility pole in front of the bridge, the ocean in the background and in front of the bridge, and back of the utility pole. The bridge is in white, with black borders around it. The bridge is in an arch stretching from one end to the next with lamp posts spaced out from each other on top of the bridge.  The bridge is held together by sets of piers, which are sets of two columns that are underneath the arch that holds the bridge together. Underneath the bridge and its piers is a deck walkway which appears to look like a wooden deck. In front of the bridge, and in the middle of the ocean background is the utility pole, which stretches to the top and over the bridge with power lines on its left and right. Underneath the ocean background, there is a set of text that is small, in regular font, and upper cased and says "SAN MATEO BRIDGE, OLD & NEW STRUCTURE  /  (SPANS No. 17, 18, 19 AND 20). Next to those set of text, the text in small and in regular lettering says "7-24-81  /  K. Paul  /  K. Paul '81". The first set of "K. Paul" is in cursive and the second set of K. Paul is in regular font with a copyright insignia in front of it. Underneath the text ""SAN MATEO BRIDGE, OLD & NEW STRUCTURE  /  (SPANS No. 17, 18, 19 AND 20), the small text in regular font and uppercased says "{STEEL , CONCRETE, AND WATER}". Below the text "{STEEL , CONCRETE, AND WATER}, there is another set of engraved text next to a heart shaped insignia, that says "SAN MATEO BRIDGE  - NEW  /  AND OLD - FOSTER CITY". The words "FOSTER CITY" are in bold while the rest of the phrase above is in regular font. Below both the pictures of the Stone Train Depot and the Cow Palace, there is an engraved picture of a fertile farm land in front of a wooden fence with wooden stairs climbing a two story house with one door, two windows and a roof. Next to the house on its left and right are two small buildings, one rectangular in shape, and the other is round in shape. In the background toward the left, there are electrical poles with power lines connecting them. Toward the right, there is a few grassy hills slightly faded in the background. Underneath the engraved picture of the farm, there is a set of engraved text in uppercase and regular font next to a heart shaped insignia that says "FARM IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO ~". The words "SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO" are in bold and upper cased instead of regular font. Next to and below the engraved picture of the fertile farm is an engraved picture of a dam in Crystal Springs with the background of grassy hills on the top and sides of the dam, and a small tent-like building on the bottom of the dam. On the bottom corner of the engraved picture of the dam, there is a set of engraved text, in bold, that says "CRYSTAL SPRINGS DAM". Below the words "CRYSTAL SPRINGS DAM" is another set of text that says "7-29-81  /  K. Paul  /  K. Paul '81". Both the texts "7-29-81" and "K. Paul '81" are regular font with the exception of a copyright insignia in front of "K. Paul '81". The first set of text "K. Paul" is in cursive. Below the engraved picture is a set of text in upper cased with a heart shaped insignia in front of it that says "CONCRETE DAM ~ /  CRYSTAL  /  SPRINGS-". The words "CONCRETE DAM" are in regular font with a squiggly line next to it, and the words "CRYSTAL SPRINGS" are in bold font. Above the engraved picture of the concrete dam in Crystal Springs and to the right, there is a set of text, in upper case and with a heart shaped insignia that reads "PLATFORM TO LOAD  /  SALT ON SHIPS ~ /  PORT OF REDWOOD CITY". The words "REDWOOD CITY" is in bold while the rest of the phrase above is in regular font. Above the text "PLATFORM TO LOAD  /  SALT ON SHIPS ~ /  PORT OF REDWOOD CITY", there is an engraved picture of a  loading platform with wooden stairs that go up from the far left to the upper right next to a long metal. There are two metal towers with metal ladders, parallel to each other with one behind the set of wooden stairs and the other one next to the end of the wooden stairs. The one next to the end of the wooden stairs is proportionally bigger than the one behind the wooden stairs. Below these metal towers with metal ladders, are a set of wooden buildings, which are both small, and fit underneath the metal towers. Below the picture of the loading platform, there is a set of small engraved text that are uppercased that reads "LOADING PLATFORM FOR SHIPS  /  7-10-81 /  AT REDWOOD CITY". Next to the engraved picture of the loading platform on the far right is an engraved picture of a cement loader with metal stairs incline upwards to the top which is next to part of the roof of a building. Below the engraved picture of the cement loader is a set of small, upper cased text that says "CEMENT LOADER". Below the text "CEMENT LOADER is another set of engraved text next to a heart shaped insignia, but bigger than than the text above that says "CEMENT SILOS ~ END  /  OF HARBOR BLVD.  /  PORT OF REDWOOD  /  CITY ~" The text "CEMENT SILOS ~ END  /  OF HARBOR BLVD.  /  PORT OF" is in regular font and the words "REDWOOD  /  CITY  are in bold. Below the text "FARM IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO" is the engraved picture of a small field surrounded by a large fence in the front and back with three small buildings on the left, middle and right with cypress and pine trees across the grassy hilltops. On the bottom right corner of the engraving, there is a set of engraved text in regular font that says "K. Paul  /  "CASCADE RANCH"- CATTLE & ARTICHOKES  / {FORMER STEELE BROS. RANCH , 1860's   /  CYPRESS AND PINE TREES ALONG SAN MATEO /  K. PAUL '81 COUNTY COASTSIDE .  /  8-2-81". The words "K. Paul" is in cursive font. The text ""CASCADE RANCH"- CATTLE & ARTICHOKES  / {FORMER STEELE BROS. RANCH , 1860's   /  CYPRESS AND PINE TREES ALONG SAN MATEO  /  COUNTY COASTSIDE .  /  8-2-81" is in regular font and in upper case. The words "K. PAUL '81" is in uppercase with a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". Below the text above is some larger engraved text in uppercase with a heart shaped insignia in front of the text that says "OLDEST OPERATING FARM  /  IN COUNTY ~ CASCADE FARM". The text "OLDEST OPERATING FARM  /  IN COUNTY is in regular font. The text "~ CASCADE FARM" is in bold. Next to both sets of engraved text above is an engraved picture of a pillar that is supporting the dam at Crystal Springs with a long stretched road and dark bushes at the top of the pillar and a small river at the bottom of the dam in the background. Below the engraved picture of the pillar is a set of engraved text in uppercase and with a heart shaped insignia in front of the text that says "PILLAR SUPPORTS ON TOP  /  OF DAM ~ CRYSTAL SPRINGS ~". The text "PILLAR SUPPORTS ON TOP  /  OF DAM ~" and the squiggly lines after "DAM" and "SPRINGS" is in regular font. The text "CRYSTAL SPRINGS" is in bold.  Next to the engraved picture of the concrete dam at Crystal Springs is a engraved picture of two-story white manor house with a brick roof, two entrances with one of them having the door ajar and wooden stairs below, multiple windows surrounding the front, side, and top of the house with the windows near the roof extended outward with parts of power lines connected to each one and a section of the house in the front extended for its entrance with wooden stairs and handrails at the bottom. In the background, the two-story white manor house is surrounded by a wooden fence made of barbed wire throughout. On the bottom of the engraved picture, there is a set of engraved text in regular font that says "K. Paul  /  7-23-81  / NORTH-EAST VIEW  /  K. PAUL '81  /  CEMENT STORAGE PLANT OFFICE  /  REDWOOD CITY, HARBOR BLVD.  /  "SHELL HOUSE" ". The words "K. Paul" are in cursive. The words "7-23-81  / NORTH-EAST VIEW  /  CEMENT STORAGE PLANT OFFICE  /  REDWOOD CITY, HARBOR BLVD.  /  "SHELL HOUSE" " are in regular font and in uppercase. The words "K. PAUL '81" are in regular font and in uppercase with a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". Below the engraved picture of the Cascade Ranch are two engravings of the same lighthouse except the one of the upper right hand corner is disproportionately smaller and in white. The tower on the upper right hand corner is connected a small house with stairs and a walkway below, a small fence surrounding the lighthouse in the background and a lightning pole near the left of the walkway in front of the small building next to the tower. The engraved picture of the disproportionately bigger lighthouse has a brick roof with two small metal chimneys extending upward and a wooden white door frame with tiny mirrors at the middle and top rails of the door. In between the top and middle rail of the door, there is a rectangular white sign with a dark, bold engraving that says "1871". Connected to the brick building is the brick tower that extends upward with two white windows towards the middle of the tower, and near the top of the tower. Towards the top of the tower, it is separated into two sections or rails that go around the towers and mirrors that make up the top half of the tower. Next to the more detailed lighthouse, there is a set of engraved text in regular font and uppercase with a heart shaped insignia next to that says "FRENCH LENS  /  IN LIGHTHOUSE  /  OVER 100  /  YEARS OLD".  Next to the set of text above is an engraved picture of a concrete bridge that extends through in an arched position with a light post on the far left of the bridge, concrete columns on both sides while being surrounded by a wooden fence on the right and concrete stone wall with grassy bushes on the left. Underneath the wooden fence is a metal pipe that extends from left to right and underneath the bridge. The bridge underneath has a deck shaped like a circle surrounded by water and grass at the bottom. At the bottom of the engraved picture are a set of engraved text that says "K. Paul  /  HALF MOON BAY , CA.  /  K. PAUL '81  /  7-18-81". The words "K. Paul" are in cursive. The words "HALF MOON BAY , CA.  /  7-18-81" are in uppercase, and in bold. The words "K. PAUL '81" are in uppercase and in bold, but has a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". Also below the engraved picture, surrounded by lines around the text in regular font and in bold that says "REINFORCED  /  FIRST CONCRETE BRIDGE IN SAN MATEO COUNTY.  /  BUILT IN 1900". Below that set of text above is another set of text in regular font, and in upper case above a square surrounding more text that says "PLAQUE - ".  The regular, and in bold text inside the square says "FIRST CONCRETE BRIDGE  /  ERECTED IN SAN MATEO  / COUNTY 1900  /  J.B.  DEBENEDETTI  /  SUPERVISOR  /  D. DROMFIELD + C.TOBEY  /  JR. ENGINEERS". On the side of the square next the the words "C. TOBEY" is some text in regular font and in upper case that says "R.C. MATTINELY E-W HEADEY / CONTRACTORS". Below the engraved picture and all of the text above is another set of text disproportionately bigger than the text above in upper case with a heart shaped insignia next to it that says "REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGE ~  /  FIRST IN THE COUNTY ~1900  /  HALF MOON BAY". The words "REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGE ~  /  FIRST IN THE COUNTY ~" are in regular font. The words "HALF MOON BAY" are in bold. Next to the engraved picture of the concrete bridge is an engraved picture of the small brick building with two metal chimneys extending upward from its brick roof, a white door with a small square plaque with engraved bold text that says "1871" with a glass mirror near its top rail, concrete steps and walkway below and windows at the side of the house. The brick building is connected to a brick tower. In front of the brick building, on its left and right of the door are two plaques, one small, and one medium sized. The one on the right hand side of the door is the small plaque which is rectangular in shape. Its engraved regular upper case text can be seen on the upper right hand corner which says "CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL  /  CIVIL ENGINEERING  /  LAND-  /  MARK  /  PIDGEON POINT   /  LIGHTHOUSE 1871  /  S.F.  SEC. ASCE 1976". In middle of the plaque next to the words "LAND-  /  MARK" is a tiny little plaque that is shaped like a shield. The other plaque that is rectangularly shaped, but with arches on the left hand side of the door with engraved regular uppercase text that can be read at the top that says "PIDGEON POINT LIGHTHOUSE  /  THIS BRICK LIGHTHOUSE WAS BUILT TO  /  INCORPORATE A FRENCH FIRST ORDER  /  LENS. IT FIRST FLASHED OVER THE PACIFIC IN NOVEMBER, 1872 AND THE LIGHTHOUSE  /  HAS SERVED CONTINUOUSLY WITHOUT  /  STRUCTURAL MODIFICATIONS SINCE  /  THAT TIME.   /  CALIF LANDMARK 930  /  PLAQUE PLACED BY U.S. CG. OCTOBER 3, 1980". Inside the plaque above the words "PIDGEON POINT LIGHTHOUSE"  are an engraved picture of a bear with two stars on each side below it. Below the engraved picture, are a set of text that are in regular font that says "7-26-81  /  K. PAUL '81  / K. Paul". The words "7-26-81" are in regular font and upper cased. The words "K. PAUL '81" are in regular font and upper cased with a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". The words "K. Paul" is in cursive. Below this set of text and the engraved picture is a set of text in upper case next to a heart shaped insignia that says "BRICK LIGHTHOUSE ON  /  PIDGEON POINT ~ COUNTY COAST". The words "BRICK LIGHTHOUSE ON  /  ~ COUNTY COAST" are in regular font. The words "PIDGEON POINT" are in bold. On the far bottom right corner, there is an engraving of a wooden cottage house with a wooden door outlooking a wooden deck and stairs with multiple windows at the top left, top front, bottom left and bottom front, a metal chimney on the top side of the house, and several trees surrounding the left and front of the wooden house. Next to the engraving of this cottage house is some engraved upper cased text next to a heart shaped insignia that says "ORIGINAL COTTAGE  /  FROM BOREL ESTATE~  /  SAN MATEO  /  ~  /  1870". The text "ORIGINAL COTTAGE  /  FROM BOREL ESTATE~ " is in regular font. The text "SAN MATEO  /  ~  /  1870" is in bold. Underneath the set of engraved text "BRICK LIGHTHOUSE ON  /  PIDGEON POINT ~ COUNTY COAST" is a engraved picture of a wooden tree with its trunk surrounded by a metal wires in front of a lattice tree house with a wooden door at the bottom with a wooden fence off to the right side of the tree house. There are also wooden boards holding the top lattice half of the tree house from the bottom wooden half including the door. Next to the tree is a metal pole with a sign with a picture of bus above some engraved upper cased regular font text that says " BOA. PALO  /  ALTO S.P.  /  DEPOT  /  SAM TRANS". Next to the left of the tree surrounded by metal wires, part of a signature can be seen that written in pencil, not able to read it, which underneath the gray mat glass. The back of the burgundy frame is surrounded by brown paper to cover the back of the painting with a white square small tag at the upper right corner at the top. The white small tag has some printed text in red that says "ATTENTION  / This picture is framed with  / ACRYLIC PLASTIC  /  TO CLEAN:  /  Use of a Plastic Cleaner is recommended  /  or  /  a mild detergent solution and a soft cloth  /  DO NOT USE:  /  Solvent-type cleaners  /  Glass Cleaners containing Ammonia / Abrasive Cleaners". The set of words "ATTENTION",  "ACRYLIC PLASTIC", "TO CLEAN", and "DO NOT USE" are in red and bold, and bigger font than the rest of the words in the white square small tag. The rest of the words and phrases are also in red, but in regular font and small than the bold text in the white square small tag. Towards the middle of the back of the painting are two metal eyes screws connected one long metal wire. At the very bottom of the back of the painting are two brown felt round pads, one on each side.

2016.019.001 - Scenes from across San Mateo County by Ken Paul, c. July-August 1981. Signed framed artwork by local artist Ken Paul. Purchased by donor over 20 years ago for her husband's office. This piece of artwork is encased in a burgundy frame with a gray mat glass made of acyclic plastic over a white background with engravings. On the painting, there are various pictures and scenes engraved onto the painting. On the far top left hand corner, there is a engraved picture of a small building with a brick roof with three peaks on its left, front and in back, small dark windows, a small door, and a chimney in front of a pole, a tiny bike, part of the street and in the background, a palm tree and a small fence. The peaks are shaped triangularly with the front peak having a small oval shaped sign with some text engraved that says "SAN CARLOS". The words "SAN CARLOS" are in upper case and bold. Underneath this engraving of the building is the street which has some engraved text on the bottom that says "RICHARDSON ROMANESQUE / - / NORTH END VIEW- SAN CARLOS / TRAIN STATION / 7-4-81 / EL CAMINO REAL and SAN CARLOS AVENUE". The text above is in all tiny lettering, uppercase including the letters "E" in the word "EL", "C" in the words "CAMINO" and "CARLOS", "R" in the word "REAL", "S" in "SAN", and "A" in the word "AVENUE". The rest of the letters in the phrase "EL CAMINO REAL and SAN CARLOS AVENUE" is lower case. Next to the engraved picture of the building on the top far left of the painting, there is some larger engraved text that says "STONE TRAIN DEPOT- / SAN CARLOS-" with a heart shaped insignia in front of the letter "S" in "STONE". The words "STONE TRAIN DEPOT" are in uppercase and in regular font, and the words "SAN CARLOS" are in uppercase and in bold. Next to the text that says "STONE TRAIN DEPOT- / SAN CARLOS-", there is an engraved picture of a white building with a wide arch with a sign that says "COW PALACE", an entrance with six columns, two doors on each of its sides in the front of the building, some bushes and trees in the front of the building and parking spaces on the right are shaded in black, walkways and parking spaces in the front. The building is in white with black borders surrounding it throughout the top of the ceiling to the bottom where the doors and the six columns lie. There are five tiny tips at the top of the ceiling with a few squiggly lines extending on the side of the roof. Below the ceiling, and in the middle of the arch, engraved, in bold and shaded in black, the text reads "COW PALACE". The words "COW PALACE" are upper cased and are part of the sign of the building. Below the sign and on the left and right hand side of the arched building are its two doors with a dark border on the top right, and left hand side of the door. The doors also have an arched look as well and are rectangular in shape. In between the two doors and underneath the sign "COW PALACE" are six white columns that are connected and parallel from each other. Below the door on the left hand side are some bushes that are shaded in black. These bushes also appears towards the middle in front of the six white columns. In front of bushes, there are a set of lines separate from each other which are the parking spaces on the lot of the Cow Palace. The parking spaces also appear on the far right of the engraved picture. In front of the set of parking spaces on the right is a walkway with a light post, which next to a set of trees. On the left hand side, right hand side and in the back in the background, there is a set of buildings with one big building on the left side, houses on the right, and the city of San Francisco in the back. Below the set of bushes in the middle of the parking space lot, there is a small set of engraved text that says "K. Paul" which is written in cursive. Below the right hand side underneath the parking space lot, there is another small set of engraved text that says "K. Paul '81" with a small copyright insignia that has a circle and the word "c" in it, which are in regular lettering. Also on the far right, there is a date engraved that says "7-30-81, also in regular lettering". Below all of these sets of engraved text is another set of engraved text that is bigger than the text above and says "COW PALACE, NATIONALLY KNOWN EXHIBITION HALL / DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA - SAN MATEO COUNTY". The text that says "COW PALACE, NATIONALLY KNOWN EXHIBITION HALL / DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA - SAN MATEO COUNTY" is in uppercase with regular font. Below that set of text, next to a heart shaped insignia, another set of engraved text and in uppercase says "BIGGEST & LARGEST BARN / IN THE COUNTY / DALY CITY". The words "DALY CITY" are in bold while the rest of the phrase is in regular font. Next to the engraved picture of the Cow Palace is a set of engraved text that is bold and upper cased that says "SAN MATEO COUNTY / ARCHITECTUAL / HERITAGE FOR 75 YEARS, / 1850's to 1920's" with a squiggly line at the end. Next to the set of text above on the far top right hand corner of the painting, is an engraved picture of the San Mateo Bridge with electrical lamp post across it, a utility pole in front of the bridge, the ocean in the background and in front of the bridge, and back of the utility pole. The bridge is in white, with black borders around it. The bridge is in an arch stretching from one end to the next with lamp posts spaced out from each other on top of the bridge. The bridge is held together by sets of piers, which are sets of two columns that are underneath the arch that holds the bridge together. Underneath the bridge and its piers is a deck walkway which appears to look like a wooden deck. In front of the bridge, and in the middle of the ocean background is the utility pole, which stretches to the top and over the bridge with power lines on its left and right. Underneath the ocean background, there is a set of text that is small, in regular font, and upper cased and says "SAN MATEO BRIDGE, OLD & NEW STRUCTURE / (SPANS No. 17, 18, 19 AND 20). Next to those set of text, the text in small and in regular lettering says "7-24-81 / K. Paul / K. Paul '81". The first set of "K. Paul" is in cursive and the second set of K. Paul is in regular font with a copyright insignia in front of it. Underneath the text ""SAN MATEO BRIDGE, OLD & NEW STRUCTURE / (SPANS No. 17, 18, 19 AND 20), the small text in regular font and uppercased says "{STEEL , CONCRETE, AND WATER}". Below the text "{STEEL , CONCRETE, AND WATER}, there is another set of engraved text next to a heart shaped insignia, that says "SAN MATEO BRIDGE - NEW / AND OLD - FOSTER CITY". The words "FOSTER CITY" are in bold while the rest of the phrase above is in regular font. Below both the pictures of the Stone Train Depot and the Cow Palace, there is an engraved picture of a fertile farm land in front of a wooden fence with wooden stairs climbing a two story house with one door, two windows and a roof. Next to the house on its left and right are two small buildings, one rectangular in shape, and the other is round in shape. In the background toward the left, there are electrical poles with power lines connecting them. Toward the right, there is a few grassy hills slightly faded in the background. Underneath the engraved picture of the farm, there is a set of engraved text in uppercase and regular font next to a heart shaped insignia that says "FARM IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO ~". The words "SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO" are in bold and upper cased instead of regular font. Next to and below the engraved picture of the fertile farm is an engraved picture of a dam in Crystal Springs with the background of grassy hills on the top and sides of the dam, and a small tent-like building on the bottom of the dam. On the bottom corner of the engraved picture of the dam, there is a set of engraved text, in bold, that says "CRYSTAL SPRINGS DAM". Below the words "CRYSTAL SPRINGS DAM" is another set of text that says "7-29-81 / K. Paul / K. Paul '81". Both the texts "7-29-81" and "K. Paul '81" are regular font with the exception of a copyright insignia in front of "K. Paul '81". The first set of text "K. Paul" is in cursive. Below the engraved picture is a set of text in upper cased with a heart shaped insignia in front of it that says "CONCRETE DAM ~ / CRYSTAL / SPRINGS-". The words "CONCRETE DAM" are in regular font with a squiggly line next to it, and the words "CRYSTAL SPRINGS" are in bold font. Above the engraved picture of the concrete dam in Crystal Springs and to the right, there is a set of text, in upper case and with a heart shaped insignia that reads "PLATFORM TO LOAD / SALT ON SHIPS ~ / PORT OF REDWOOD CITY". The words "REDWOOD CITY" is in bold while the rest of the phrase above is in regular font. Above the text "PLATFORM TO LOAD / SALT ON SHIPS ~ / PORT OF REDWOOD CITY", there is an engraved picture of a loading platform with wooden stairs that go up from the far left to the upper right next to a long metal. There are two metal towers with metal ladders, parallel to each other with one behind the set of wooden stairs and the other one next to the end of the wooden stairs. The one next to the end of the wooden stairs is proportionally bigger than the one behind the wooden stairs. Below these metal towers with metal ladders, are a set of wooden buildings, which are both small, and fit underneath the metal towers. Below the picture of the loading platform, there is a set of small engraved text that are uppercased that reads "LOADING PLATFORM FOR SHIPS / 7-10-81 / AT REDWOOD CITY". Next to the engraved picture of the loading platform on the far right is an engraved picture of a cement loader with metal stairs incline upwards to the top which is next to part of the roof of a building. Below the engraved picture of the cement loader is a set of small, upper cased text that says "CEMENT LOADER". Below the text "CEMENT LOADER is another set of engraved text next to a heart shaped insignia, but bigger than than the text above that says "CEMENT SILOS ~ END / OF HARBOR BLVD. / PORT OF REDWOOD / CITY ~" The text "CEMENT SILOS ~ END / OF HARBOR BLVD. / PORT OF" is in regular font and the words "REDWOOD / CITY are in bold. Below the text "FARM IN SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO" is the engraved picture of a small field surrounded by a large fence in the front and back with three small buildings on the left, middle and right with cypress and pine trees across the grassy hilltops. On the bottom right corner of the engraving, there is a set of engraved text in regular font that says "K. Paul / "CASCADE RANCH"- CATTLE & ARTICHOKES / {FORMER STEELE BROS. RANCH , 1860's / CYPRESS AND PINE TREES ALONG SAN MATEO / K. PAUL '81 COUNTY COASTSIDE . / 8-2-81". The words "K. Paul" is in cursive font. The text ""CASCADE RANCH"- CATTLE & ARTICHOKES / {FORMER STEELE BROS. RANCH , 1860's / CYPRESS AND PINE TREES ALONG SAN MATEO / COUNTY COASTSIDE . / 8-2-81" is in regular font and in upper case. The words "K. PAUL '81" is in uppercase with a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". Below the text above is some larger engraved text in uppercase with a heart shaped insignia in front of the text that says "OLDEST OPERATING FARM / IN COUNTY ~ CASCADE FARM". The text "OLDEST OPERATING FARM / IN COUNTY is in regular font. The text "~ CASCADE FARM" is in bold. Next to both sets of engraved text above is an engraved picture of a pillar that is supporting the dam at Crystal Springs with a long stretched road and dark bushes at the top of the pillar and a small river at the bottom of the dam in the background. Below the engraved picture of the pillar is a set of engraved text in uppercase and with a heart shaped insignia in front of the text that says "PILLAR SUPPORTS ON TOP / OF DAM ~ CRYSTAL SPRINGS ~". The text "PILLAR SUPPORTS ON TOP / OF DAM ~" and the squiggly lines after "DAM" and "SPRINGS" is in regular font. The text "CRYSTAL SPRINGS" is in bold. Next to the engraved picture of the concrete dam at Crystal Springs is a engraved picture of two-story white manor house with a brick roof, two entrances with one of them having the door ajar and wooden stairs below, multiple windows surrounding the front, side, and top of the house with the windows near the roof extended outward with parts of power lines connected to each one and a section of the house in the front extended for its entrance with wooden stairs and handrails at the bottom. In the background, the two-story white manor house is surrounded by a wooden fence made of barbed wire throughout. On the bottom of the engraved picture, there is a set of engraved text in regular font that says "K. Paul / 7-23-81 / NORTH-EAST VIEW / K. PAUL '81 / CEMENT STORAGE PLANT OFFICE / REDWOOD CITY, HARBOR BLVD. / "SHELL HOUSE" ". The words "K. Paul" are in cursive. The words "7-23-81 / NORTH-EAST VIEW / CEMENT STORAGE PLANT OFFICE / REDWOOD CITY, HARBOR BLVD. / "SHELL HOUSE" " are in regular font and in uppercase. The words "K. PAUL '81" are in regular font and in uppercase with a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". Below the engraved picture of the Cascade Ranch are two engravings of the same lighthouse except the one of the upper right hand corner is disproportionately smaller and in white. The tower on the upper right hand corner is connected a small house with stairs and a walkway below, a small fence surrounding the lighthouse in the background and a lightning pole near the left of the walkway in front of the small building next to the tower. The engraved picture of the disproportionately bigger lighthouse has a brick roof with two small metal chimneys extending upward and a wooden white door frame with tiny mirrors at the middle and top rails of the door. In between the top and middle rail of the door, there is a rectangular white sign with a dark, bold engraving that says "1871". Connected to the brick building is the brick tower that extends upward with two white windows towards the middle of the tower, and near the top of the tower. Towards the top of the tower, it is separated into two sections or rails that go around the towers and mirrors that make up the top half of the tower. Next to the more detailed lighthouse, there is a set of engraved text in regular font and uppercase with a heart shaped insignia next to that says "FRENCH LENS / IN LIGHTHOUSE / OVER 100 / YEARS OLD". Next to the set of text above is an engraved picture of a concrete bridge that extends through in an arched position with a light post on the far left of the bridge, concrete columns on both sides while being surrounded by a wooden fence on the right and concrete stone wall with grassy bushes on the left. Underneath the wooden fence is a metal pipe that extends from left to right and underneath the bridge. The bridge underneath has a deck shaped like a circle surrounded by water and grass at the bottom. At the bottom of the engraved picture are a set of engraved text that says "K. Paul / HALF MOON BAY , CA. / K. PAUL '81 / 7-18-81". The words "K. Paul" are in cursive. The words "HALF MOON BAY , CA. / 7-18-81" are in uppercase, and in bold. The words "K. PAUL '81" are in uppercase and in bold, but has a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". Also below the engraved picture, surrounded by lines around the text in regular font and in bold that says "REINFORCED / FIRST CONCRETE BRIDGE IN SAN MATEO COUNTY. / BUILT IN 1900". Below that set of text above is another set of text in regular font, and in upper case above a square surrounding more text that says "PLAQUE - ". The regular, and in bold text inside the square says "FIRST CONCRETE BRIDGE / ERECTED IN SAN MATEO / COUNTY 1900 / J.B. DEBENEDETTI / SUPERVISOR / D. DROMFIELD + C.TOBEY / JR. ENGINEERS". On the side of the square next the the words "C. TOBEY" is some text in regular font and in upper case that says "R.C. MATTINELY E-W HEADEY / CONTRACTORS". Below the engraved picture and all of the text above is another set of text disproportionately bigger than the text above in upper case with a heart shaped insignia next to it that says "REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGE ~ / FIRST IN THE COUNTY ~1900 / HALF MOON BAY". The words "REINFORCED CONCRETE BRIDGE ~ / FIRST IN THE COUNTY ~" are in regular font. The words "HALF MOON BAY" are in bold. Next to the engraved picture of the concrete bridge is an engraved picture of the small brick building with two metal chimneys extending upward from its brick roof, a white door with a small square plaque with engraved bold text that says "1871" with a glass mirror near its top rail, concrete steps and walkway below and windows at the side of the house. The brick building is connected to a brick tower. In front of the brick building, on its left and right of the door are two plaques, one small, and one medium sized. The one on the right hand side of the door is the small plaque which is rectangular in shape. Its engraved regular upper case text can be seen on the upper right hand corner which says "CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL / CIVIL ENGINEERING / LAND- / MARK / PIDGEON POINT / LIGHTHOUSE 1871 / S.F. SEC. ASCE 1976". In middle of the plaque next to the words "LAND- / MARK" is a tiny little plaque that is shaped like a shield. The other plaque that is rectangularly shaped, but with arches on the left hand side of the door with engraved regular uppercase text that can be read at the top that says "PIDGEON POINT LIGHTHOUSE / THIS BRICK LIGHTHOUSE WAS BUILT TO / INCORPORATE A FRENCH FIRST ORDER / LENS. IT FIRST FLASHED OVER THE PACIFIC IN NOVEMBER, 1872 AND THE LIGHTHOUSE / HAS SERVED CONTINUOUSLY WITHOUT / STRUCTURAL MODIFICATIONS SINCE / THAT TIME. / CALIF LANDMARK 930 / PLAQUE PLACED BY U.S. CG. OCTOBER 3, 1980". Inside the plaque above the words "PIDGEON POINT LIGHTHOUSE" are an engraved picture of a bear with two stars on each side below it. Below the engraved picture, are a set of text that are in regular font that says "7-26-81 / K. PAUL '81 / K. Paul". The words "7-26-81" are in regular font and upper cased. The words "K. PAUL '81" are in regular font and upper cased with a copyright insignia in front of the letter "K". The words "K. Paul" is in cursive. Below this set of text and the engraved picture is a set of text in upper case next to a heart shaped insignia that says "BRICK LIGHTHOUSE ON / PIDGEON POINT ~ COUNTY COAST". The words "BRICK LIGHTHOUSE ON / ~ COUNTY COAST" are in regular font. The words "PIDGEON POINT" are in bold. On the far bottom right corner, there is an engraving of a wooden cottage house with a wooden door outlooking a wooden deck and stairs with multiple windows at the top left, top front, bottom left and bottom front, a metal chimney on the top side of the house, and several trees surrounding the left and front of the wooden house. Next to the engraving of this cottage house is some engraved upper cased text next to a heart shaped insignia that says "ORIGINAL COTTAGE / FROM BOREL ESTATE~ / SAN MATEO / ~ / 1870". The text "ORIGINAL COTTAGE / FROM BOREL ESTATE~ " is in regular font. The text "SAN MATEO / ~ / 1870" is in bold. Underneath the set of engraved text "BRICK LIGHTHOUSE ON / PIDGEON POINT ~ COUNTY COAST" is a engraved picture of a wooden tree with its trunk surrounded by a metal wires in front of a lattice tree house with a wooden door at the bottom with a wooden fence off to the right side of the tree house. There are also wooden boards holding the top lattice half of the tree house from the bottom wooden half including the door. Next to the tree is a metal pole with a sign with a picture of bus above some engraved upper cased regular font text that says " BOA. PALO / ALTO S.P. / DEPOT / SAM TRANS". Next to the left of the tree surrounded by metal wires, part of a signature can be seen that written in pencil, not able to read it, which underneath the gray mat glass. The back of the burgundy frame is surrounded by brown paper to cover the back of the painting with a white square small tag at the upper right corner at the top. The white small tag has some printed text in red that says "ATTENTION / This picture is framed with / ACRYLIC PLASTIC / TO CLEAN: / Use of a Plastic Cleaner is recommended / or / a mild detergent solution and a soft cloth / DO NOT USE: / Solvent-type cleaners / Glass Cleaners containing Ammonia / Abrasive Cleaners". The set of words "ATTENTION", "ACRYLIC PLASTIC", "TO CLEAN", and "DO NOT USE" are in red and bold, and bigger font than the rest of the words in the white square small tag. The rest of the words and phrases are also in red, but in regular font and small than the bold text in the white square small tag. Towards the middle of the back of the painting are two metal eyes screws connected one long metal wire. At the very bottom of the back of the painting are two brown felt round pads, one on each side.

Scenes from across San Mateo County by Ken Paul, c. July-August 1981. Signed framed artwork by local artist Ken Paul. Purchased by donor over 20 years ago for her husband's office. This piece of artwork is encased in a burgundy frame with a gray mat glass made of acyclic plastic over a white background with engravings. On the painting, there are various pictures and scenes engraved onto the painting. On the far top left hand corner, there is a engraved picture of a small building with a brick roof with three peaks on its left, front and in back, small dark windows, a small door, and a chimney in front of a pole, a tiny bike, part of the street and in the background, a palm tree and a small fe

Image of 2017.014.003A - Broadmoor Police Challenge Coin, n.d.  Coin is round gold colored metal, and has a navy blue background with golden outside and inside border. On the top of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "DEDICATED TO". Directly on the bottom of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "SERVICE". In between both texts above, in the inside gold border, there are three gold stars spaced from each other. In the middle of the coin, there is a gold star with light blue circle in the middle with some bold white text that reads "BROADMOOR  /  POLICE". In the middle of the light blue circle, is the symbol of the California seal which has a woman in a helmet and holding a staff  next to a brown bear overlooking the background of mountains, and desert. At the top left corner of the California seal, in small black lettering, the text reads "EUREKA".  On the back of the coin, there is a gold looped pattern surrounding some gold embossed text in medium lettering on the top and bottom of the coin that reads "BROADMOOR  /  CALIFORNIA". In the middle of the back of the coin, in a light blue background, there are gold lines coming off a rectangular shape of a region surrounding part of the sun. Inside the middle of the rectangular shape, in black and small text in a gold circle, the text reads "BROADMOOR  /  VILLAGE". At the bottom of the rectangular shape, in small bold gold embossed text, the text reads "EST. 1948".  

Coin is in a duel-pocketed plastic sleeve, the second pocket containing a paper manufacturer's label folded in half with the "History of Challenge Coins" printed inside.

2017.014.003A - Broadmoor Police Challenge Coin, n.d. Coin is round gold colored metal, and has a navy blue background with golden outside and inside border. On the top of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "DEDICATED TO". Directly on the bottom of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "SERVICE". In between both texts above, in the inside gold border, there are three gold stars spaced from each other. In the middle of the coin, there is a gold star with light blue circle in the middle with some bold white text that reads "BROADMOOR / POLICE". In the middle of the light blue circle, is the symbol of the California seal which has a woman in a helmet and holding a staff next to a brown bear overlooking the background of mountains, and desert. At the top left corner of the California seal, in small black lettering, the text reads "EUREKA". On the back of the coin, there is a gold looped pattern surrounding some gold embossed text in medium lettering on the top and bottom of the coin that reads "BROADMOOR / CALIFORNIA". In the middle of the back of the coin, in a light blue background, there are gold lines coming off a rectangular shape of a region surrounding part of the sun. Inside the middle of the rectangular shape, in black and small text in a gold circle, the text reads "BROADMOOR / VILLAGE". At the bottom of the rectangular shape, in small bold gold embossed text, the text reads "EST. 1948". Coin is in a duel-pocketed plastic sleeve, the second pocket containing a paper manufacturer's label folded in half with the "History of Challenge Coins" printed inside.

Broadmoor Police Challenge Coin, n.d. Coin is round gold colored metal, and has a navy blue background with golden outside and inside border. On the top of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "DEDICATED TO". Directly on the bottom of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "SERVICE". In between both texts above, in the inside gold border, there are three gold stars spaced from each other. In the middle of the coin, there is a gold star with light blue circle in the middle with some bold white text that reads "BROADMOOR / POLICE". In the middle of the light blue circle

Image of 2017.014.002 - Broadmoor Police Patch, n.d. This badge is black with a gold inside border around the badge with some gold bold text at the top middle that reads "BROADMOOR POLICE". In the middle of the badge is a gold star with a circle in the middle. The circle has a black background and shows a woman wearing a helmet and a staff with mountains below a yellow sun, a desert and a brown bear in the background. On the top corner of the black background, there is some small bold, and gold text that reads "EUREKA". This circle appears to be a symbol of the California seal.

2017.014.002 - Broadmoor Police Patch, n.d. This badge is black with a gold inside border around the badge with some gold bold text at the top middle that reads "BROADMOOR POLICE". In the middle of the badge is a gold star with a circle in the middle. The circle has a black background and shows a woman wearing a helmet and a staff with mountains below a yellow sun, a desert and a brown bear in the background. On the top corner of the black background, there is some small bold, and gold text that reads "EUREKA". This circle appears to be a symbol of the California seal.

Broadmoor Police Patch, n.d. This badge is black with a gold inside border around the badge with some gold bold text at the top middle that reads "BROADMOOR POLICE". In the middle of the badge is a gold star with a circle in the middle. The circle has a black background and shows a woman wearing a helmet and a staff with mountains below a yellow sun, a desert and a brown bear in the background. On the top corner of the black background, there is some small bold, and gold text that reads "EUREKA". This circle appears to be a symbol of the California seal.

Image of 2017.014.003B - Broadmoor Police Challenge Coin, n.d.  Coin is round gold-colored metal, and has a navy blue background with golden outside and inside border. On the top of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "DEDICATED TO". Directly on the bottom of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "SERVICE". In between both texts above, in the inside gold border, there are three gold stars spaced from each other. In the middle of the coin, there is a gold star with light blue circle in the middle with some bold white text that reads "BROADMOOR  /  POLICE". In the middle of the light blue circle, is the symbol of the California seal which has a woman in a helmet and holding a staff  next to a brown bear overlooking the background of mountains, and desert. At the top left corner of the California seal, in small black lettering, the text reads "EUREKA".  On the back of the coin, there is a gold looped pattern surrounding some gold embossed text in medium lettering on the top and bottom of the coin that reads "BROADMOOR  /  CALIFORNIA". In the middle of the back of the coin, in a light blue background, there are gold lines coming off a rectangular shape of a region surrounding part of the sun. Inside the middle of the rectangular shape, in black and small text in a gold circle, the text reads "BROADMOOR  /  VILLAGE". At the bottom of the rectangular shape, in small bold gold embossed text, the text reads "EST. 1948".

2017.014.003B - Broadmoor Police Challenge Coin, n.d. Coin is round gold-colored metal, and has a navy blue background with golden outside and inside border. On the top of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "DEDICATED TO". Directly on the bottom of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "SERVICE". In between both texts above, in the inside gold border, there are three gold stars spaced from each other. In the middle of the coin, there is a gold star with light blue circle in the middle with some bold white text that reads "BROADMOOR / POLICE". In the middle of the light blue circle, is the symbol of the California seal which has a woman in a helmet and holding a staff next to a brown bear overlooking the background of mountains, and desert. At the top left corner of the California seal, in small black lettering, the text reads "EUREKA". On the back of the coin, there is a gold looped pattern surrounding some gold embossed text in medium lettering on the top and bottom of the coin that reads "BROADMOOR / CALIFORNIA". In the middle of the back of the coin, in a light blue background, there are gold lines coming off a rectangular shape of a region surrounding part of the sun. Inside the middle of the rectangular shape, in black and small text in a gold circle, the text reads "BROADMOOR / VILLAGE". At the bottom of the rectangular shape, in small bold gold embossed text, the text reads "EST. 1948".

Broadmoor Police Challenge Coin, n.d. Coin is round gold-colored metal, and has a navy blue background with golden outside and inside border. On the top of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "DEDICATED TO". Directly on the bottom of the middle of the coin in the inside border, embossed in gold with medium lettering, the text reads "SERVICE". In between both texts above, in the inside gold border, there are three gold stars spaced from each other. In the middle of the coin, there is a gold star with light blue circle in the middle with some bold white text that reads "BROADMOOR / POLICE". In the middle of the light blue circle

Image of 2015.001.00583.1 - Daly City Grocery Prices, 1952

2015.001.00583.1 - Daly City Grocery Prices, 1952

Daly City Grocery Prices, 1952. Black and white negative shows canned goods with prices inside a Daly City grocery store. The cans are stacked in a row and include asparagus, beans, corn, spinach, sauces, and meats. Prices are advertised on signs hanging above the canned goods, ranging from 10 cents to 29 cents.

Image of 2015.001.01771.4 - Aerial View from San Francisco International Airport (SFO), 1961

2015.001.01771.4 - Aerial View from San Francisco International Airport (SFO), 1961

Aerial View from San Francisco International Airport (SFO), 1961. Black and white negative shows an aerial view from the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) looking northwest. San Bruno, South San Francisco, and Oyster Point can be seen in the foreground. Past San Bruno Mountain is Brisbane, Daly City, San Francisco, the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco Bay, and the Marin Headlands. Angel Island and Alcatraz can be seen in the upper right of the image. The Golden Gate Bridge is barely visible at top center.