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Name Millbrae
Number of Archive records 15
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Number of Photo records 20

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Image of 2009.030.056 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jan Dukes of Mills High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005.  Plaque includes image of Dukes and a brief biography:  "An outstanding left-handed pitcher, Jan Dukes was one of the Peninsula's finest baseball players in the 1960's. His clutch hit in the 15th inning produced a 1-0 victory over rival Capuchino High School in a 1963 contest regarded as one of the most dramatic ever played in San Mateo County. Dukes also struck out 19 in that game. He went on to Santa Clara University where he became a star. He was drafted in 1967 by the Washington Senators. He spent portions of three seasons in the major leagues."

2009.030.056 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jan Dukes of Mills High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Dukes and a brief biography: "An outstanding left-handed pitcher, Jan Dukes was one of the Peninsula's finest baseball players in the 1960's. His clutch hit in the 15th inning produced a 1-0 victory over rival Capuchino High School in a 1963 contest regarded as one of the most dramatic ever played in San Mateo County. Dukes also struck out 19 in that game. He went on to Santa Clara University where he became a star. He was drafted in 1967 by the Washington Senators. He spent portions of three seasons in the major leagues."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jan Dukes of Mills High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 23, 2005. Plaque includes image of Dukes and a brief biography: "An outstanding left-handed pitcher, Jan Dukes was one of the Peninsula's finest baseball players in the 1960's. His clutch hit in the 15th inning produced a 1-0 victory over rival Capuchino High School in a 1963 contest regarded as one of the most dramatic ever played in San Mateo County. Dukes also struck out 19 in that game. He went on to Santa Clara University where he became a star. He was drafted in 1967 by the Washington Senators. He spent portions of three seasons in the major leagu

Image of 2009.030.086 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Keith Hernandez of Capuchino High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 16, 1990.  Plaque includes image of  Hernandez and a brief biography:  "Keith Hernandez was a three-sport star at Capuchino High School, a left-handed all-league quarterback in football and an all-county guard in basketball as a seniorn (sic) and an all-county baseball pick his junior year.  /  He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 42nd round of the 1971 free agent draft. In a career that has spanned 16 yeats, Hernandez is a lifetime .300 hitters (sic) and has set or tied six major league records. He has played in two World Series, in 1982 with the Cardinals and in 1986 with the New York Mets, the team he joined in 1983. He now plays for rhw Cleveland Indians.  /  Hernandez was named the National League's Most Valuable Player in 1979 (along with Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell) after batting .344, driving in 105 runs, scoring 116 runs and collecting 46 doubles. He has also been voted to five all-star teams.  /  Hernandez, who attended the College of San Mateo while playing professional ball, is also known as a top defensive player. He was named to the Sporting News all-star fielding team 10 consecutive years."

2009.030.086 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Keith Hernandez of Capuchino High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 16, 1990. Plaque includes image of Hernandez and a brief biography: "Keith Hernandez was a three-sport star at Capuchino High School, a left-handed all-league quarterback in football and an all-county guard in basketball as a seniorn (sic) and an all-county baseball pick his junior year. / He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 42nd round of the 1971 free agent draft. In a career that has spanned 16 yeats, Hernandez is a lifetime .300 hitters (sic) and has set or tied six major league records. He has played in two World Series, in 1982 with the Cardinals and in 1986 with the New York Mets, the team he joined in 1983. He now plays for rhw Cleveland Indians. / Hernandez was named the National League's Most Valuable Player in 1979 (along with Pittsburgh's Willie Stargell) after batting .344, driving in 105 runs, scoring 116 runs and collecting 46 doubles. He has also been voted to five all-star teams. / Hernandez, who attended the College of San Mateo while playing professional ball, is also known as a top defensive player. He was named to the Sporting News all-star fielding team 10 consecutive years."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Keith Hernandez of Capuchino High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 16, 1990. Plaque includes image of Hernandez and a brief biography: "Keith Hernandez was a three-sport star at Capuchino High School, a left-handed all-league quarterback in football and an all-county guard in basketball as a seniorn (sic) and an all-county baseball pick his junior year. / He was drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 42nd round of the 1971 free agent draft. In a career that has spanned 16 yeats, Hernandez is a lifetime .300 hitters (sic) and has set or tied six major league records. He has played in two World Series, in

Image of 2009.030.089 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gregg Jefferies of Serra High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997.  Plaque includes image of Jefferies and a brief biography:  "Gregg Jefferies was a natural. As a young boy growing up in Millbrae, he became a mini-legend on Bay Area youth league diamonds. At Serra High in San Mateo, he was a state-caliber, multi-sport athlete who excelled in baseball and football. He signed a professional baseball contract after his senior year at Serra. A National League all-star, he has been a major league player for 11-seasons, competing for three National League teams: the Mets, Cardinals, and Phillies. He carried a career .296 batting average in the 1997 season."

2009.030.089 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gregg Jefferies of Serra High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Jefferies and a brief biography: "Gregg Jefferies was a natural. As a young boy growing up in Millbrae, he became a mini-legend on Bay Area youth league diamonds. At Serra High in San Mateo, he was a state-caliber, multi-sport athlete who excelled in baseball and football. He signed a professional baseball contract after his senior year at Serra. A National League all-star, he has been a major league player for 11-seasons, competing for three National League teams: the Mets, Cardinals, and Phillies. He carried a career .296 batting average in the 1997 season."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Gregg Jefferies of Serra High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 22, 1997. Plaque includes image of Jefferies and a brief biography: "Gregg Jefferies was a natural. As a young boy growing up in Millbrae, he became a mini-legend on Bay Area youth league diamonds. At Serra High in San Mateo, he was a state-caliber, multi-sport athlete who excelled in baseball and football. He signed a professional baseball contract after his senior year at Serra. A National League all-star, he has been a major league player for 11-seasons, competing for three National League teams: the Mets, Cardinals, and Phillies. He carried a c

Image of 2009.030.137 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Ed Parker of Mills High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000.  Plaque includes image of  Parker and a brief biography:  "Ed Parker is an international figure in the world of track and field. An alumnus of San Mateo High School and the College of San Mateo, he coached at Mills High School in Millbrae for 30 seasons winning 59 league titles in all grade-level categories, for both boys and girls. With the Millbrae Lions Track Club, he helped develop six Olympians. He coached in two Olympic games. He also coached in a number of Goodwill Games, Pan Am Games and U.S.-Soviet Union track and field meets."

2009.030.137 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Ed Parker of Mills High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000. Plaque includes image of Parker and a brief biography: "Ed Parker is an international figure in the world of track and field. An alumnus of San Mateo High School and the College of San Mateo, he coached at Mills High School in Millbrae for 30 seasons winning 59 league titles in all grade-level categories, for both boys and girls. With the Millbrae Lions Track Club, he helped develop six Olympians. He coached in two Olympic games. He also coached in a number of Goodwill Games, Pan Am Games and U.S.-Soviet Union track and field meets."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Ed Parker of Mills High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 7, 2000. Plaque includes image of Parker and a brief biography: "Ed Parker is an international figure in the world of track and field. An alumnus of San Mateo High School and the College of San Mateo, he coached at Mills High School in Millbrae for 30 seasons winning 59 league titles in all grade-level categories, for both boys and girls. With the Millbrae Lions Track Club, he helped develop six Olympians. He coached in two Olympic games. He also coached in a number of Goodwill Games, Pan Am Games and U.S.-Soviet Union track and field meets."

Image of 2009.030.156 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Renee Robinson of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004.  Plaque includes image of Robinson and a brief biography:  "Even as a pre-teen, Renee Robinson stood out on the basketball court. At Taylor Middle School in Millbrae, she played on boys' teams. At Sacred Heart Prep, she was a star immediately. A dynamic point guard, she played on SHP teams that won four consecutive state titles. At one point, those teams captures a state-record 80 straight games. At the University of Virginia, she was a starter on nationally-ranked Cavalier ballclubs. Robinson also played professionally in the WNBA."

2009.030.156 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Renee Robinson of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Robinson and a brief biography: "Even as a pre-teen, Renee Robinson stood out on the basketball court. At Taylor Middle School in Millbrae, she played on boys' teams. At Sacred Heart Prep, she was a star immediately. A dynamic point guard, she played on SHP teams that won four consecutive state titles. At one point, those teams captures a state-record 80 straight games. At the University of Virginia, she was a starter on nationally-ranked Cavalier ballclubs. Robinson also played professionally in the WNBA."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Renee Robinson of Sacred Heart Prep who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2004. Plaque includes image of Robinson and a brief biography: "Even as a pre-teen, Renee Robinson stood out on the basketball court. At Taylor Middle School in Millbrae, she played on boys' teams. At Sacred Heart Prep, she was a star immediately. A dynamic point guard, she played on SHP teams that won four consecutive state titles. At one point, those teams captures a state-record 80 straight games. At the University of Virginia, she was a starter on nationally-ranked Cavalier ballclubs. Robinson also played professionally in the WNBA."

Image of 2009.030.189 - Plaque commemorating Bill Wilkin of Capuchino High School and Hillsdale High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006.  Plaque includes image of Wilkin and a brief biography:  "Bill Wilkin did not stray far from his Millbrae roots.  As a standout athlete, he attended Capuchino High School in the late 1950's.  After a stint at Utah State university where he was a baseball regular, he wound up teaching and coaching at Hillsdale High School.  /  He stayed there for 40 productive years, tutoring the varsity basketball team to 493 wins, along with eight Peninsula athletic League titles, two Central Coast Section crowns, and a Northern California championship in 1997."

2009.030.189 - Plaque commemorating Bill Wilkin of Capuchino High School and Hillsdale High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Wilkin and a brief biography: "Bill Wilkin did not stray far from his Millbrae roots. As a standout athlete, he attended Capuchino High School in the late 1950's. After a stint at Utah State university where he was a baseball regular, he wound up teaching and coaching at Hillsdale High School. / He stayed there for 40 productive years, tutoring the varsity basketball team to 493 wins, along with eight Peninsula athletic League titles, two Central Coast Section crowns, and a Northern California championship in 1997."

Plaque commemorating Bill Wilkin of Capuchino High School and Hillsdale High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 22, 2006. Plaque includes image of Wilkin and a brief biography: "Bill Wilkin did not stray far from his Millbrae roots. As a standout athlete, he attended Capuchino High School in the late 1950's. After a stint at Utah State university where he was a baseball regular, he wound up teaching and coaching at Hillsdale High School. / He stayed there for 40 productive years, tutoring the varsity basketball team to 493 wins, along with eight Peninsula athletic League titles, two Central Coast Section crowns, and a Northern California champion

Image of 2017.010.008 - Adam Tafralis Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017.  Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads.  Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." 
 Photo of Adam Tafralis in upper right corner of metal inset. Light gray and blue background. Man with dark spiked hair and facial stubble, wearing red t-shirt.
Text under logo and photo reads "Adam Tafralis  /  Mills High School  / Inducted April 13, 2017  /  Maybe it's in the genes. Early on, it was clear that Adam Tafralis was going to be a  /  standout athlete. His dad, Gregg Tafralis, is a former world-class track and field  /  performer and San Mateo County Hall of Famer. The son took up where the father left  /  off.  Adam became a Two-Sport All-State selection and County Athlete of the Year.  /  From Mills High he went on to San Jose State, where he rose to fresh heights and  /  flourished. A four-year starter with his biggest years in 2006 and 2007, he led the  /  Spartans to 18 victories, including a bowl game triumph. The SJSU football media guide  /  shows that he had outstanding career-record numbers: 7,548 yards passing on 603  /  completions with 52 touchdowns, along with 563 rushing yards. He later played  /  professionally in the NFL with the Colts, the CFL and the UFL." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive)
 
 
Sponsorship information below biography.  Text included in inscription field.

2017.010.008 - Adam Tafralis Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads. Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." Photo of Adam Tafralis in upper right corner of metal inset. Light gray and blue background. Man with dark spiked hair and facial stubble, wearing red t-shirt. Text under logo and photo reads "Adam Tafralis / Mills High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Maybe it's in the genes. Early on, it was clear that Adam Tafralis was going to be a / standout athlete. His dad, Gregg Tafralis, is a former world-class track and field / performer and San Mateo County Hall of Famer. The son took up where the father left / off. Adam became a Two-Sport All-State selection and County Athlete of the Year. / From Mills High he went on to San Jose State, where he rose to fresh heights and / flourished. A four-year starter with his biggest years in 2006 and 2007, he led the / Spartans to 18 victories, including a bowl game triumph. The SJSU football media guide / shows that he had outstanding career-record numbers: 7,548 yards passing on 603 / completions with 52 touchdowns, along with 563 rushing yards. He later played / professionally in the NFL with the Colts, the CFL and the UFL." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive) Sponsorship information below biography. Text included in inscription field.

Adam Tafralis Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads. Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." Photo of Adam Tafralis in upper right corner of metal inset. Light gray and blue background. Man with dark spiked hair and facial stubble, wearing red t-shirt. Text under logo and photo reads "Adam Tafralis / Mills High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Maybe it's in the genes. Early on, it was clear that Adam Tafralis was going to be a / standout ath

Image of 2015.001.00726.6 - View of Millbrae from Helen Drive, 1960

2015.001.00726.6 - View of Millbrae from Helen Drive, 1960

View of Millbrae from Helen Drive, 1960. Black and white negative of the view from Helen Drive in Millbrae, California looking northeast. In the foreground are several houses along a hillside road. Beyond the houses is San Francisco International Airport, visible slightly above the center of the image. Across the San Francisco Bay are the East Bay hills. Mount Diablo can be seen slightly to the right of center. Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.02787.5 - Snow on San Francisco International Airport, 1962

2015.001.02787.5 - Snow on San Francisco International Airport, 1962

Snow on San Francisco International Airport, 1962. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of San Francisco International Airport (SFO) under snow looking west. The runways and taxiing ramps have been plowed but the areas in between are covered in a thin layer of snow. The land and buildings in the background are also partly covered in snow. Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.00230 - Taylor Middle School, Millbrae, 1948

2015.001.00230 - Taylor Middle School, Millbrae, 1948

Taylor Middle School, Millbrae, 1948. Black and white negative of Taylor Middle School in Millbrae, looking north toward San Bruno Mountain and San Francisco Bay. There are empty fields with several large trees in the foreground, and a housing division at mid-ground. In the background to the right is a freeway interchange and beyond that are several large buildings and hangars. Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.00716.3 - Millbrae Seen From Trousdale Drive, 1958

2015.001.00716.3 - Millbrae Seen From Trousdale Drive, 1958

Millbrae Seen From Trousdale Drive, 1958. Black and white negative of Millbrae, California looking north from above Trousdale Drive. Mills High School is in the center of the image and Green Hills Country Club is further north above it. El Camino Real and the Southern Pacific Railroad tracks are visible on the right, and the Bayshore Freeway is on the far right near the entrance to San Francisco International Airport. Burlingame Plaza can be seen in the lower right side of the photograph. A bank of fog near the top of the photograph obscures San Bruno. Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.01771.1 - Aerial View of Western Millbrae, 1961

2015.001.01771.1 - Aerial View of Western Millbrae, 1961

Aerial View of Western Millbrae, 1961. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of Western Millbrae. The San Francisco State Fish and Game Refuge can be seen in the upper left above San Andreas Lake. To the west in the upper left of the photograph is Pacifica, Sweeney Ridge (part of the Santa Cruz Mountains), and the Pacific Ocean. To the north on the upper right is South San Francisco and Daly City.

Image of 2015.001.01771.12 - Aerial View of San Francisco International Airport and Surrounding Cities, 1961

2015.001.01771.12 - Aerial View of San Francisco International Airport and Surrounding Cities, 1961

Aerial View of San Francisco International Airport and Surrounding Cities, 1961. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and the surrounding cities, looking west. From the bottom of the photograph moving upwards are the cities of Burlingame, Millbrae, South San Francisco, Daly City, Brisbane and San Francisco.

Image of 2015.001.00726.3 - Millbrae Hills, Millbrae Looking East towards San Francisco Bay, 1960

2015.001.00726.3 - Millbrae Hills, Millbrae Looking East towards San Francisco Bay, 1960

Millbrae Hills, Millbrae Looking East towards San Francisco Bay, 1960. Black and white negative of Millbrae hills looking east, taken from Skyline Boulevard. Green Hills Country Club with its golf course is visible left of center. Further back, San Francisco International Airport is visible just right of center, and San Francisco Bay and Mt Diablo appear in the distance.