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Guide to the Annexation of Willow Glen Records,1927-1936
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This collection is comprised of correspondence, financials, reports, ordinances, resolutions, petitions, and other documents relating to the City of Willow Glen when it was an independently incorporated city in Santa Clara County. The records have been kept by the City of San José.
The independent incorporated city of Willow Glen lasted for only nine years: from 1927 until 1936. Today it is part of San Jose, California and is considered to be one of its "heritage neighborhoods" as there are numerous significant and historical architectural examples still extant. For example, the Roberto-Suñol Adobe as well as an array of Victorian-era homes that dot the neighborhood.
3 boxes 1.25 linear feet
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Collection is open for research.