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More Nut Tree Memories!

Pop took the boys out for a day of fun in the 1950s!

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On the hunt!

We are committed to preserving amateur images of local Sacramento sights. If you have some slides or photos to share or donate, please contact us!

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Jingle Jingle Jingle!

While Vacaville isn’t officially in the “Vintage Sacramento” jurisdiction, who would deny Nut Tree’s importance in our local history! Well, this shot is the first of a series we’ll be posting, to get everyone in the holiday mood!   This

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Sacramento News and Review likes us!

Thanks to SNR for including us in their list of Sacramento’s best!

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Hungry for more?

As we sift through stacks of slides in search of Sacramento-specific sights, we’ve found a whole bunch of great images from around the world. Now, we’re sharing them on Tumblr. Click on over and follow us there to see more

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Modesto Architecture Festival

Hey Sacramentans, if you’re looking for a quick road trip and want to see some mid-century-modern gems, head down 99 to Modesto this week! I did the self-guided downtown walking tour and the driving tour and saw some inspiring MCM

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Jack’s Shoe Shop

I need some help on this one… it looks SO familiar, but I can’t quite place it. Mid-20’s between K and Capitol would be my guess…

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Corti Brothers on Folsom Blvd

This shot was mentioned in the SacTown Magazine article in the June/July issue. This is the corner of 32nd St and Folsom Blvd- the location of Corti Brothers back in the mid-late 60s!

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Vic’s Ice Cream, Land Park 1968

Did you see the Food Quiz in today’s Sacramento Bee? I learned a lot from Elaine Corn and Maryellen Burns culinary questions! And since Vic’s was featured in one of their questions, it seemed like a good time to scan

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El Chico sign

1968, 15th and Broadway. This is where 15th dead-ends into Broadway. Side of the Tower Theatre. Beautiful neon!

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