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Inhaltsangabe: Paso Robles, California, 1930-1950 is a first-hand account of life in Paso Robles when Highway 101 was still the town s main drag. Being located halfway between L.A. and San Francisco made Paso the perfect stopping spot for drivers and their passengers to eat, rest, or have their cars filled up with gasoline. Author Cliff Tucker s recollections take you on a tour of his hometown s many small businesses that catered to travelers. And give you behind-the-scenes looks at other entrepreneurial enterprises that provided goods and services to Roblans. He captures the spirit and energy of the times, writing in detail about many local families and their contributions to Paso Robles.
Über den Autor: Born in Ventura, California, Clifford W. Tucker was raised in Paso Robles from the age of one, graduating as a Bearcat in 1945. After college, where he majored in history and physical education, he had a 36-year-long career in education in the San Joaquin Valley. Returning home to Paso a few years ago, he has written this book to commemorate life as it was in the community of his wonderful upbringing.
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Buchbeschreibung History4All, Inc., 2010. Paperback. Buchzustand: Very Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers P021934285307
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