The Fountain, Mt. Madonna
Title:
The Fountain, Mt. Madonna
Gilroy California (CA), Divided Back PM 1912 Oct-14


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Gilroy California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Max Mahan North on Monterey from 6th Street showing the business district, the latest in mercury vapor street lighting and on the right the famous City Hall, constructed in 1905. Besides agriculture and cattle raising, manufacturing is growing in importance here. Also recently Gilroy has become the Garlic capitol of the world, 90% of the garlic grown in the United States is grown and processed in Gilroy.



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Gilroy California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
This is a busy city in Southern Santa Clara Valley, at the crossroads of highways leading to Pacific Ocean on the West, San Joaquin Valley to East, San Francisco to North and Los Angeles to the South. US Highway No. 101 is on Main Street.


Rapazzini Winery
Title:
Rapazzini Winery
Gilroy California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Highway 101, Box 247; (408) 842-5649. Rapazzini Winery is located on Hwy. 101, 3 miles south of Gilroy, "The Garlic Capital of the World". Established in 1962, destroyed by fire in 1980, reopened 1982. Come visit our "beautiful" tasting room and enjoy our 40 foot copper bar. We have many fine premium varietal and specialty wines that are available for tasting. Open seven days a week



Goldsmith Seeds Inc
Title:
Goldsmith Seeds Inc
Gilroy California (CA), Continental Chrome unused


Goldsmith Seeds, Inc
Title:
Goldsmith Seeds, Inc
Gilroy California (CA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Winter and spring are universal pansy times in our Gilroy gardens. Pansies are planted in fall and give a beautiful, long-lasting display. The Goldsmith Seeds' winter garden is in bloom from November through April



Southern Santa Clara Valley Vintners
Title:
Southern Santa Clara Valley Vintners
Gilroy California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Family winemakers, handling every detail of the winemaker's art, blending the historic and modern, to produce quality wines in a wine tradition that covers more than a century. A detailed "Wine Guide" describing the History, Locations, and Tasting Room Hours is available by mailing a stamped, self-addressed business-size envelope to: S.S.C.V.V., P.O. Box 1062. Gilroy, CA 95020


Garlic Capital of the World
Title:
Garlic Capital of the World
Gilroy California (CA), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Gilroy, California, undisputed Garlic Capital of the world, grows, processes and ships millions of pounds of garlic and garlic products each year. To celebrate bountiful harvests of its King of Flavors, known fondly as "The Stinking Rose," Gilroyans each year hold their annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, where, among a myriad of other activities, gourmet cooks demonstrate the preparation of delightful recipes enhanced with garlic. Located at the intersection of highways 101 and 152, 80 miles south of San Francisco, Gilroy takes its name from that Scotch sailor, John Gilroy, who in 1814 was put ashore in nearby Monterey sick with scurvy. He is remembered as California's first non-Spanish settler



Home of the Gilroy Garlic Festival
Title:
Home of the Gilroy Garlic Festival
Gilroy California (CA), Chrome PM 1997 Jan-6

Description:
Gilroy, California is the home of the world famous "GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL." Annually 6 million pounds of popular Garlic products are processed. Precision grown fields of Garlic as they appear about five and a half months after planting the previous fall. The Garlic plants have been dug, windrowed and allowed to dry in the field. They are then "topped" by hand to remove the roots and tops


Saw Mill in Redwoods
Title:
Saw Mill in Redwoods
Gilroy California (CA), Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-19



Saw Mill in Redwoods
Title:
Saw Mill in Redwoods
Gilroy California (CA), Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-31


Milias Hotel
Title:
Milias Hotel
Gilroy California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Gilroy's famous landmark; complete facilities and courteous service for travelers. A.D.M. Cooper paintings. The beautiful paintings on our walls are displayed through the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvain LeDelt, Jr., of Gilroy. Mr. Cooper was a resident of San Jose and did these paintings for the San Francisco Exposition of 1915. His work is well known in all art circles and especially in Europe, as his paintings hang in many European museums. Milias Prime Rib & Steak House, 7397 Monterey St.



Hecker Pass Highway
Title:
Hecker Pass Highway
Gilroy California (CA), Real Photo PM 1932 Jun-25

Description:
Between Gilroy and Watsonville


Bloomfield Ranch
Title:
Bloomfield Ranch
Gilroy California (CA), Divided Back PM 1915 Oct-20



Palace Motor Lodge
Title:
Palace Motor Lodge
Gilroy California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
605 Montgomery Avenue. North end of town on U.S. 101. Refinement, convenience and economy. Rooms single and double (two or four persons) with all modern facilities. Some with kitchenettes. Heated. Attached garages


Carnegie Public Library
Title:
Carnegie Public Library
Gilroy California (CA), Divided Back



G. A. R. Soldier's Home
Title:
G. A. R. Soldier's Home
Gilroy California (CA), Divided Back




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