Pacific Avenue

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Santa Cruz, California/Archive 1 - Attractions - Downtown
... By the 1860s, Pacific Avenue had become the main street of downtown Santa Cruz, and remains so today ... architect Roy Rydell were engaged in 1969 to convert several blocks of Pacific Avenue into a semi-pedestrian street named the Pacific Garden Mall ... The Cooper House was at the center of the Pacific Garden Mall, and functioned as the heart of the downtown area ...
Villa Branciforte - Attractions - Downtown
... By the 1860s, Pacific Avenue had become the main street of downtown Santa Cruz, and remains so today ... Roy Rydell were engaged in 1969 to convert several blocks of Pacific Avenue into a semi-pedestrian street named the Pacific Garden Mall ... The Cooper House was at the center of the Pacific Garden Mall, and functioned as the heart of the downtown area ...
Tacoma Art Museum - History
... Puget Sound, 742 Broadway, a former jailhouse at 621 Pacific Avenue, a historic Bank of Washington building at 1123 Pacific Avenue, and now 1701 Pacific Avenue ...
It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World - Production
... Schulz Sonoma County Airport, next to the Pacific Coast Air Museum, in Santa Rosa, California ... northbound Mulholland Drive at Valley Circle Boulevard, Avenue San Luis, and Calabasas Road) before making a U-turn ... started in Santa Monica, most notably on Pacific Coast Highway, at the California Incline ...

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