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Boffman, Dave Cowell Family de Laveaga, Jose Vicente Everson, William
  • The Death of a Poet, by Geoffrey Dunn
    "A great American poet is dead. William "Bill" Everson, known during much of his career ..."
  • A Personal Memory of Bill Everson, by Geoffrey Dunn
    "Autumn, 1975. Kresge College, UCSC. Hot, auspicious. You remember the way he moved, the shuffle ..."
Foote, Mary Hallock Ford, Charles Gally, James Wellesley
  • Judge Gally
    "James Wellesley Gally was born December 8, 1828, at Wheeling, West Virginia. He studied medicine, ..."
Gourley, Sarah Hinton
  • My Early Childhood Memories, by Sarah Hinton Gourley
    "Sarah Hinton Gourley (1849-1940) was seven years old when she arrived in Santa Cruz in ..."
Hecox, Laura J. F.
  • Laura J. F. Hecox, by Frank Perry
    "From 1869 to 1941 the federal government maintained a white, two-story lighthouse at Santa Cruz. ..."
Jackson, Oscar Thomas McCaskill, Annie M.
  • Annie M. McCaskill, by Rechs Ann Pedersen
    "Annie M. McCaskill, "Woman of Achievement," "Woman of the Year", was a Santa Cruz businesswoman ..."
McCrackin, Josephine Clifford
  • Josephine Clifford McCrackin, by Stephen Michael Payne
    "In October and November 1880 a writer, Josephine Wompner Clifford, purchased a total of twenty-six ..."
McKiernan, Charles
  • Mountain Charley, by John V. Young
    "Most colorful of Santa Cruz Mountain characters of the pioneer days was Mountain Charley McKiernan, ..."
Parkhurst, Charley Pitts, Zasu Scribner, Tom Jefferson Stagnaro Family
  • 1001 Stagnaros, by Geoffrey Dunn
    "One of Robert "Big Boy" Stagnaro's earliest childhood memories is of a small hole next ..."
White, Mintie Winterhalder Family

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Hugo Hihn, brother of Frederick A. Hihn, had the Flatiron Building constructed in 1859-60, of bricks made right in Santa Cruz. It was the first brick building to be erected "down on the flat," as most of the business structures formerly had been up on the Mission Santa Cruz Plaza.

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Excerpted from The Flatiron Building, Pacific Avenue and Front Street by Margaret Koch