Timelines redux: Some old and some new! | TheUnion.com

Timelines redux: Some old and some new!

Our Timelines guy has returned from his brief vacation and yes, thank you, he had a good time. First to clarify, update and identify the Jan. 12 and 26 photos. The Glenbrook Basin, c. 1962, was featured in the Jan. 12 photograph and a portion of the top half of 218 Broad Street or La Cache also identified by some as Lowell’s Gold and Jewels and Woody Smith’s jewlery store, appeared last time on Jan. 26.

Here are the names those who gave answers up to Feb. 4, names with-2, gave twice: Valdez-2, Holbrook-2, Sewart-2, Worthington-2, Nunnink-2, Parent-2, Locke-2, Jaynes-2, Seck, Valceschini, Forte, Alling, Lewis, Hartnick, Boothby, Hsuan-2, Hammes, Nagler, Bertoli, Chileski, Wagner, Alexander, Atherton, TroyEllen, Dierberger, Drievold, Roscoe, Tremewan, Evans, Ammon and Wight.

Now, feast your peepers on these little gems! So many of you loyal readers have written to say how much you enjoy the Timelines feature and “could we see some more pictures?”

Okay gang, here are some from Timelines and some are new. Most will be identified by longtime residents and a few will be recognizable to those with at least a couple of years in the western county. Happy guessing one and all!

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