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Public Art in Santa Cruz, by Jessica Teeter
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Santa Cruz had art long before it had an Art League and a Gallery. [Read more]

The life size wax figures of Jesus and his disciples at the last supper were created by Harry Lisbon, plaster ... [Read more]

Cor de Gavere's early life had the aura of a tragic fairy tale. She was born in Java, where her ... [Read more]

Frank L. Heath courted Lillian Dake Storey during painting trips around Santa Cruz County back in the 1890s. [Read more]

The Santa Cruz Daily Surf reports on May 5, 1893 (p. 3) that: [Read more]

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A road network usually evolved as a means of opening up an area to residential, agricultural, and industrial development, and then connecting it to centers of commerce, shipping, and government. Initially, the main roads were likely to be through-roads (roads going from one major populated area to another, like "El ..." [More]

Excerpted from The Roads of Bonny Doon by Robert W. Piwarzyk