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Saturday, March 10, 2007 Timelines

All Timelines answers, guesses and comments are put on hold while our T’LINES guy takes a well-earned breather. The photos, however will keep on comin’ as if he hadn’t left town, so all you fans out there in TIMELINESLAND, please keep on sending in your guesses. Upon his return, he’ll get back to you, one and all! Regardless of how long it takes. Having said that, here’s today’s photo: What part of what Grass Valley building do we see? Clue: photo dates to the 1960s, but what is pictured is still there sans the gentleman with the pipe and you don’t have to ident him!

What’s that you say, “our TIMELINES guy should stay out of town?” Oh, yes – the Feb. 24 photo of Quitman #88, Masonic Lodge, top floor and Knotwell’s Drug Store, ground level; left, King’s Saloon, at the Malakoff Diggin’s State Historic Park; corner of Relief Hill Road and the Graniteville Highway! Dick Rohde, retired “Mayor of North Bloomfield,” reminded me of the countless volunteer hours put in on the pictured buildings by himself, the Nevada City Clampers and many other groups and individuals. Correct and/or answers received by Feb. 26, came from: Joe Day, Les Worthington, Barbara Pixley, Ron Arnall, Maryanne Connelly, Pete Koerber, Ken & Dolly Jaynes, State Park Ranger Ken Huie, retired and San French. Many readers write great comments with their answers and one TIMELINES soon we’ll devote to a cross section of comments received.

Whatever, and as always, answers to: bobwyckoff@sbcglobal.net or PO Box 216, Nevada City CA 95959


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