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Pedro Miguel, 1939

The reverse of this photograph reads “Predro Miguel” and the records indicate that this image is from 1939. Is there any additional information we should add to this object’s records?2003.088.002.006_0001If you can, please share with us in the comments section!

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  • Diane L. French

    I didn’t know Pedro Miguel until I was fourteen years oldin 1958. I had a horse boarded at Pedro Miguel stables. I use to take the highway bus to Pedro Miguel by these house in picture then walk though the town until I came to a small little bridge over a creek. I would cross it then walk up a dirt trail until I came to the stables. People in Pedro Miguel would give me strange looks as by that time is was all local rate people living there, and guess a white girl walking though the town looked strange. I was never scare, and no one ever was mean to me!!!!!!!

  • bkarrer2013

    Is that the old school building with the turret??? These bldgs were leftovers from earlier days and were replaced en toto in early 1960s I guess with the local wage rate housing that is still there. It was a “Gold Town” for quite a while too before it was switched over to “Silver.” Bob karrer

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