Abraham Lincoln was born February 12, 1809. Abraham Lincoln Our 16th President’s Birthday by Realtor Abraham Lincoln Our 16th President’s Birthday by Realtor. Today we as a Nation celebrate Abraham Lincoln Birthday In Redwood City. Credited to Abraham Lincoln have been many accomplishments from freeing from bondage black people to ending our Nation’s only Civil War. Unfortunately, […]
Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA Historical Union Cemetery in Redwood City, CA c.1859. If you would like to read more about Union Cemetery click this link. Redwood City, CA: Every Memorial Day the Archives Committee of the Redwood City Library celebrate the memories of past Redwood City pioneers and soldiers by having a ceremony at Union Cemetery in […]
Is It Time To Cancel The 4th of July? Redwood City, CA: So we all complain about the woes and worries of our lives. We find fault in our government. The press has us convinced there is a 49% to 51% opinion on every subject in America. If this is true Is It Time […]
The Vollmayer Archives Room of the Redwood City library needs your help and support. It’s closing July 1st, 2010 without it.
Redwood City – History of The Fox Theater Redwood City – History of The Fox Theater is the current location for where patrons of Redwood City music scene visit . The Fox Theater is a place everyone want themselves seen by other Redwood City residents. The two different sections of the Fox Theater allow for small […]
Historical Redwood City Information circa 1857 – John Offerman House For people thinking about buying a home in Redwood City John Offerman’s House shows the history of Redwood City housing. John Offerman was a pioneer who settled in Redwood City and used his skill as a “bean counter” to help Redwood City grow into a larger community. […]
829 Main Street Redwood City, CA 94063 The Alhambra Theater The Alhambra Theater was the gathering point for residents of Redwood City. Some of the best shows and entertainment was saw by patrons out for the evening. It was like the Fox Theater is today’s patrons of entertainment in downtown Redwood City. Alhambra Theater’s address […]
Union Cemetery Circa 1859 Historical Information – Redwood City, Union Cemetery. The site for burials after one of the original site had reached its limit. In 1858 citizens of Redwood City used Horace Hawes property to bury their loved ones, which is about whereSequoia High School now sits. Burial plots were growing slim and Mr. Hawes decided not […]