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Thousand Oaks as it was in 1912.
A Thousand Oaks home
Homes in Thousand Oaks Heights adjoining Berkeley Highlands.
Thousand Oaks Heights [residence]
Arlington avenue approaching Berkeley Highlands [colored illus]
Residences in Thousand Oaks Heights.
A home in Kensington.
Residences in Kensington Park adjoining Berkeley Highlands.
Street car at Berkeley Highlands.
A street in Kensington Park adjoining Berkeley Highlands
These two pictures show a panoramic view of Northbrae. In 1910 this property was a cow pasture. In 1912 there were only two or three homes in it, and the street work had not been completed. These views were taken in Oct. 1914.
Carline at Berkeley Highlands showing character of street work and parking strips. [Euclid Ave. street car in view; on Arlington Ave?]
Entrance archway, Berkeley Highlands, before parking was put in around it.
Berkeley Highlands taken from small park near entrance. [real estate sign visible]
Looking through one of the portals of the Berkeley Highlands entrance archway.
Amherst Avenue, Berkeley Highlands.
A general view of Berkeley Highlands, showing the gentle slope toward the Bay. The steepest lots in the tract are shown here. The slope is just sufficient for a permanent view. Trees [In distance] are in Brock estate. [shows Amherst Ave. with two houses; two streets above have no houses]
Colgate Avenue near junction of Columbia Avenue, Berkeley Highlands.
Kenyon Avenue, near Purdue, Berkeley Highlands.
Colgate Avenue, corner Beloit Avenue, Berkeley Highlands.