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'''San Bruno Avenue and Cortland in 1912 and 1915, long before [[Highway 101 in 1957|Highway 101]] buried this intersection forever.'''
 
'''San Bruno Avenue and Cortland in 1912 and 1915, long before [[Highway 101 in 1957|Highway 101]] buried this intersection forever.'''
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[[Image:March 4 1915 Islais Creek, San Bruno Avenue near Cortland (sunken street) dpwbook11 dpw2274 wnp36.00731.jpg|792px]]
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'''March 4, 1915, San Bruno Avenue near Cortland.'''
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''Photo: OpenSFHistory.org wnp36.00731''
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:20, 12 January 2020

Unfinished History

San Bruno Avenue and Cortland in 1912 and 1915, long before Highway 101 buried this intersection forever.

March 4 1915 Islais Creek, San Bruno Avenue near Cortland (sunken street) dpwbook11 dpw2274 wnp36.00731.jpg

March 4, 1915, San Bruno Avenue near Cortland.

Photo: OpenSFHistory.org wnp36.00731

Bernlhts$san-bruno-and-cortland-1912.jpg

San Bruno and Cortland Avenues, May 25, 1912

photo: Private Collection, San Francisco, CA

Bernlhts$san-bruno-cortland-1915.jpg

San Bruno and Cortland Avenues, March 4, 1915

photo: Private Collection, San Francisco,CA



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