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Image of 1985.115.009 - Map of Redwood City areas occupied by the Japanese.  This map is rectangular in shape and is made of white paper. This map shows a gridlock of streets in Redwood City, written in brown ink with small black arrows and dots below sets of numbers identifying lands occupied by the Japanese, which is also connected to a drawing of the Redwood Creek with more dots and lines with numbers identifying areas where Japanese people occupied. On some parts of the gridlock streets on the map, there are small black lines spaced out showing where a majority of areas occupied by the Japanese. Along the top and bottom of the map, spaced out by brown lines, there are a set of numbers printed in brown that reads "1  /  2  /  3  /  4  / 5  /  6  /  7  /  8  /  9". Along both of the sides of the map, spaced by brown lines, there are a set of letters printed in bold and brown that reads "A  /  B  /  C  /  D  /  E  /  F". The set of numbers at the top and bottom and the set of letters at both of the sides of the map indicate how to locate a certain area of the map.   At the bottom middle of the map, there is a close-up drawing of the intersection of the Redwood Creek and Westpoint Creek, in between some black lines with some black, and bold printed text near that says "HARBOR BOULEVARD". Also below the line that reads the text "HARBOR BOULEVARD", there is some printed text in bold and black with an arrow that reads "REDWOOD CITY". In the middle of the drawing of the intersection of the two creeks and Harbor Boulevard, printed in black and bold, the text reads "PORT REDWOOD CITY  /  &  /  VICINITY".Towards the right, there is a drawing of a circle with a white arrow through it. At the top right hand corner, printed in brown and bold, the text reads "STREET INDEX". Below the text above, printed in brown, and bold, but with small lettering of text reads and starts with "A  ST.  A-3...E. BREWSTER AVE. B-4  /  EATON AVE   A-1...LEXINGTON AVE. C-4  /  LINCOLN AVE.  D-4...SPRING ST. C-5, D-6  /  SPRUCE ST.  D-5...WOODSWORTH AVE. B-1". Each columns of text above is separated into four. At the bottom right corner of the map, printed in black and bold, the text reads "REDWOOD CITY  /  LANDS OCCUPIED BY JAPANESE  /  COMPILED FOR  /  GILBERT D. FERRELL - DISTRICT ATTORNEY  /  BY  /  SAN MATEO COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION". The text "COMPILED FOR" is disproportionately smaller than the text above. At the very bottom right hand corner of the map, below the text above, printed in black and bold with tiny lettering, the text reads "MARCH 1942". Across the text above, printed in black and bold with tiny lettering, the text reads "R.O LIUIKKOKEN-DELINEATOR". 

Dimensions: 24.625 x 36.250.

1985.115.009 - Map of Redwood City areas occupied by the Japanese. This map is rectangular in shape and is made of white paper. This map shows a gridlock of streets in Redwood City, written in brown ink with small black arrows and dots below sets of numbers identifying lands occupied by the Japanese, which is also connected to a drawing of the Redwood Creek with more dots and lines with numbers identifying areas where Japanese people occupied. On some parts of the gridlock streets on the map, there are small black lines spaced out showing where a majority of areas occupied by the Japanese. Along the top and bottom of the map, spaced out by brown lines, there are a set of numbers printed in brown that reads "1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9". Along both of the sides of the map, spaced by brown lines, there are a set of letters printed in bold and brown that reads "A / B / C / D / E / F". The set of numbers at the top and bottom and the set of letters at both of the sides of the map indicate how to locate a certain area of the map. At the bottom middle of the map, there is a close-up drawing of the intersection of the Redwood Creek and Westpoint Creek, in between some black lines with some black, and bold printed text near that says "HARBOR BOULEVARD". Also below the line that reads the text "HARBOR BOULEVARD", there is some printed text in bold and black with an arrow that reads "REDWOOD CITY". In the middle of the drawing of the intersection of the two creeks and Harbor Boulevard, printed in black and bold, the text reads "PORT REDWOOD CITY / & / VICINITY".Towards the right, there is a drawing of a circle with a white arrow through it. At the top right hand corner, printed in brown and bold, the text reads "STREET INDEX". Below the text above, printed in brown, and bold, but with small lettering of text reads and starts with "A ST. A-3...E. BREWSTER AVE. B-4 / EATON AVE A-1...LEXINGTON AVE. C-4 / LINCOLN AVE. D-4...SPRING ST. C-5, D-6 / SPRUCE ST. D-5...WOODSWORTH AVE. B-1". Each columns of text above is separated into four. At the bottom right corner of the map, printed in black and bold, the text reads "REDWOOD CITY / LANDS OCCUPIED BY JAPANESE / COMPILED FOR / GILBERT D. FERRELL - DISTRICT ATTORNEY / BY / SAN MATEO COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION". The text "COMPILED FOR" is disproportionately smaller than the text above. At the very bottom right hand corner of the map, below the text above, printed in black and bold with tiny lettering, the text reads "MARCH 1942". Across the text above, printed in black and bold with tiny lettering, the text reads "R.O LIUIKKOKEN-DELINEATOR". Dimensions: 24.625 x 36.250.

Map of Redwood City areas occupied by the Japanese. This map is rectangular in shape and is made of white paper. This map shows a gridlock of streets in Redwood City, written in brown ink with small black arrows and dots below sets of numbers identifying lands occupied by the Japanese, which is also connected to a drawing of the Redwood Creek with more dots and lines with numbers identifying areas where Japanese people occupied. On some parts of the gridlock streets on the map, there are small black lines spaced out showing where a majority of areas occupied by the Japanese. Along the top and bottom of the map, spaced out by brown lines, there are a set of numbers printed in brown that reads

Image of 2017.008.152 - "Coastside Shipwrecks" Footprints of Pacifica, Pacifica Historical Society, May 16, 2011. This DVD shows an interview of host David Hirzel with special guest JoAnn Semones talking about her books Shipwrecks, Scalawags, and Scavengers; Hard Luck Coast. The purpose of this interview is to promote her books and to talk about some maritime history on the program. A rewrittable DVD with a white cover with black/blue text on front with a small white business card from Pacifica Community Television (PCT) inside.

2017.008.152 - "Coastside Shipwrecks" Footprints of Pacifica, Pacifica Historical Society, May 16, 2011. This DVD shows an interview of host David Hirzel with special guest JoAnn Semones talking about her books Shipwrecks, Scalawags, and Scavengers; Hard Luck Coast. The purpose of this interview is to promote her books and to talk about some maritime history on the program. A rewrittable DVD with a white cover with black/blue text on front with a small white business card from Pacifica Community Television (PCT) inside.

"Coastside Shipwrecks" Footprints of Pacifica, Pacifica Historical Society, May 16, 2011. This DVD shows an interview of host David Hirzel with special guest JoAnn Semones talking about her books Shipwrecks, Scalawags, and Scavengers; Hard Luck Coast. The purpose of this interview is to promote her books and to talk about some maritime history on the program. A rewrittable DVD with a white cover with black/blue text on front with a small white business card from Pacifica Community Television (PCT) inside.

Image of 1976.069.021 - Men's Necktie, n.d. Men's tie in a small repeating pattern of squares on end, forming diamonds of vivid blue, rust, champagne, striped, and hatched designs.  Broad style tie at base.  Branded and sold by the Levy Brothers Mens Shop in San Mateo and Burlingame.

1976.069.021 - Men's Necktie, n.d. Men's tie in a small repeating pattern of squares on end, forming diamonds of vivid blue, rust, champagne, striped, and hatched designs. Broad style tie at base. Branded and sold by the Levy Brothers Mens Shop in San Mateo and Burlingame.

Men's Necktie, n.d. Men's tie in a small repeating pattern of squares on end, forming diamonds of vivid blue, rust, champagne, striped, and hatched designs. Broad style tie at base. Branded and sold by the Levy Brothers Mens Shop in San Mateo and Burlingame.

Image of 2016.010.010 - John Horgan Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2016.  Plaque commemorating John Horgan of Serra High School being inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 8, 2016.  The plaque is printed on silver-colored metal with a 3" x 2.5" photograph mounted to the upper right hand corner.  Metal and photograph are mounted beneath acrylic with gold-colored decorative brads onto an mdf wooden base covered in a dark woodgrain vinyl laminate.  Top left corner has the 2016 Peninsula Hall of Fame logo which consists of a blue ribbon that reads  "20  Peninsula Sports  16" across the base of a green trophy whose base reads, "HALL  /  OF  /  FAME" with arcs of 7 blue stars on either side.  Color image of Horgan behind the podium at a Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame ceremony.  A brief biography is also on the front:  "John was born April 1, 1942 and is a 1960 graduate of Serra High School, where he played on the basketball team.  He attended both USF and San Francisco State, graduating from the latter.  He was an assistant coach for the Burlingame High School girls' basketball team the won a state championship in 1988.  His daughter, Jennifer, played on that team.  He worked for the San Mateo Times in a number of capacities-news reporter, sports reporter, sports editor and editorial page editor for 44 years prior to the 2008 downsizing.  He has continued to write a column for the paper since 2008.  He founded the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame in 1989."  The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

2016.010.010 - John Horgan Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2016. Plaque commemorating John Horgan of Serra High School being inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 8, 2016. The plaque is printed on silver-colored metal with a 3" x 2.5" photograph mounted to the upper right hand corner. Metal and photograph are mounted beneath acrylic with gold-colored decorative brads onto an mdf wooden base covered in a dark woodgrain vinyl laminate. Top left corner has the 2016 Peninsula Hall of Fame logo which consists of a blue ribbon that reads "20 Peninsula Sports 16" across the base of a green trophy whose base reads, "HALL / OF / FAME" with arcs of 7 blue stars on either side. Color image of Horgan behind the podium at a Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame ceremony. A brief biography is also on the front: "John was born April 1, 1942 and is a 1960 graduate of Serra High School, where he played on the basketball team. He attended both USF and San Francisco State, graduating from the latter. He was an assistant coach for the Burlingame High School girls' basketball team the won a state championship in 1988. His daughter, Jennifer, played on that team. He worked for the San Mateo Times in a number of capacities-news reporter, sports reporter, sports editor and editorial page editor for 44 years prior to the 2008 downsizing. He has continued to write a column for the paper since 2008. He founded the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame in 1989." The back of the plaque has an oval sticker with the logo and contact information for Spotlight Impressions, the manufacturer of the plaque.

John Horgan Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2016. Plaque commemorating John Horgan of Serra High School being inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame on June 8, 2016. The plaque is printed on silver-colored metal with a 3" x 2.5" photograph mounted to the upper right hand corner. Metal and photograph are mounted beneath acrylic with gold-colored decorative brads onto an mdf wooden base covered in a dark woodgrain vinyl laminate. Top left corner has the 2016 Peninsula Hall of Fame logo which consists of a blue ribbon that reads "20 Peninsula Sports 16" across the base of a green trophy whose base reads, "HALL / OF / FAME" with arcs of 7 blue stars on either side. Colo

Image of 2017.010.004 - Chioma Igwe 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 Chioma Igwe in upper right corner of metal inset. Blue background, woman with long dark hair wearing blue sports jersey.
 
Text under logo and photo reads "Chioma Igwe  /  Notre Dame High School  /  Inducted April 13, 2017  /  Few female soccer players on the Peninsula have produced Chioma Igwe's long resume  /  of athletic honors and success.  Her journey began as a youth soccer star and proceeded  /  on to Notre Dame High.  There, in the early 2000s, she became an All-American prep  /  standout. In 2004, she was named the Cal Hi Sports State Female Soccer Player of the  /  Year. At Notre Dame, she led her league in scoring during her last three years at the  /  school. In all, she scored 88 goals and assisted on 61 others during her Notre Dame  /  career. A mid-fielder, she played collegiately at UC Berkeley and Santa Clara University.  /  Chioma started her professional career in America, and most recently, she has been  /  playing soccer professionally in Europe." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive)
 
 
Sponsorship information below biography.  Text included in inscription field.

2017.010.004 - Chioma Igwe 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 Chioma Igwe in upper right corner of metal inset. Blue background, woman with long dark hair wearing blue sports jersey. Text under logo and photo reads "Chioma Igwe / Notre Dame High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Few female soccer players on the Peninsula have produced Chioma Igwe's long resume / of athletic honors and success. Her journey began as a youth soccer star and proceeded / on to Notre Dame High. There, in the early 2000s, she became an All-American prep / standout. In 2004, she was named the Cal Hi Sports State Female Soccer Player of the / Year. At Notre Dame, she led her league in scoring during her last three years at the / school. In all, she scored 88 goals and assisted on 61 others during her Notre Dame / career. A mid-fielder, she played collegiately at UC Berkeley and Santa Clara University. / Chioma started her professional career in America, and most recently, she has been / playing soccer professionally in Europe." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive) Sponsorship information below biography. Text included in inscription field.

Chioma Igwe 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 Chioma Igwe in upper right corner of metal inset. Blue background, woman with long dark hair wearing blue sports jersey. Text under logo and photo reads "Chioma Igwe / Notre Dame High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Few female soccer players on the Peninsula have produced Chioma Igwe's long resume / of athletic honors and success. Her j

Image of 2017.010.006 - Nick Pappageorge 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 Nick Pappageorge in upper right corner of metal inset. Red background, full length photo of man wearing white, red and blue basketball uniform dribbling basketball, dark hair.
 
Text under logo and photo reads "Nick Pappageorge  /  Mills High School  /  Inducted April 13, 2017  /  Opponents knew: To beat Nick Pappageorge you would have to outwork him. Gritty,  /  dedicated and up to the challenge as he progressed through the ranks, he burst onto the  /  scene at Mills High where he became a basketball force on the Peninsula and in the Bay  /  Area.  At Skyline College, he continued to shine, scoring 904 points and passing for 389  /  assists during his two-year stay at the San Bruno school. Then, at St. Mary's College in  /  1977 and 1978, he etched his name in the record book, scoring 1,015 points with 408  /  assists. He scored 36 points in one game vs. Cal State-Bakersfield. His career averages  /  were 18.8 points and 7.5 assists per game in Moraga. He was an All-WCAC selection in  /  both seasons there." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive)
 
 
Sponsorship information below biography.  Text included in inscription field.

2017.010.006 - Nick Pappageorge 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 Nick Pappageorge in upper right corner of metal inset. Red background, full length photo of man wearing white, red and blue basketball uniform dribbling basketball, dark hair. Text under logo and photo reads "Nick Pappageorge / Mills High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Opponents knew: To beat Nick Pappageorge you would have to outwork him. Gritty, / dedicated and up to the challenge as he progressed through the ranks, he burst onto the / scene at Mills High where he became a basketball force on the Peninsula and in the Bay / Area. At Skyline College, he continued to shine, scoring 904 points and passing for 389 / assists during his two-year stay at the San Bruno school. Then, at St. Mary's College in / 1977 and 1978, he etched his name in the record book, scoring 1,015 points with 408 / assists. He scored 36 points in one game vs. Cal State-Bakersfield. His career averages / were 18.8 points and 7.5 assists per game in Moraga. He was an All-WCAC selection in / both seasons there." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive) Sponsorship information below biography. Text included in inscription field.

Nick Pappageorge 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 Nick Pappageorge in upper right corner of metal inset. Red background, full length photo of man wearing white, red and blue basketball uniform dribbling basketball, dark hair. Text under logo and photo reads "Nick Pappageorge / Mills High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Opponents knew: To beat Nick Pappageorge you would have to outwor

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.

2017.008.065 - Photo album of Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, 1999-2006

Photo album of Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, 1999-2006. These photos were complied and related to Julie Barrow's time as a volunteer at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss Beach, San Mateo County. A small maroon album with gold lines in three places on the front bottom and top right, and towards the front left. On the spine, there are five sets of two small gold lines with a gold botanical insignia in two places: at the top and after the second set of two small gold lines. In between the two sets, there is some gold and bold text that reads "PHOTO ALBUM". Documents include photos of Julie Barrow at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve; marine life at Fitzgerald Marine Reserve, Half Moon Bay (HMB), Ano Nu