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Los Banos del Mar
Los Banos del Mar
ca. 1902
Los Banos del Mar, look...
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Title Los Banos del Mar
Date ca. 1902
Description Los Banos del Mar, looking west, near intersection of Cabrillo & Castillo Sts. Completed in 1901, two pools with steam heated salt water. Destroyed by fire, March, 1913. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 637
Los Banos del Mar
Los Banos del Mar
1902
Los Banos del Mar and W...
Sturtevant
 
Title Los Banos del Mar
Date 1902
Description Los Banos del Mar and West Beach looking east, Potter Hotel at upper left, Stearns Wharf at upper right, Pleasure Pier at lower right, Cabrillo Boulevard at center, 1902. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 638
Los Banos del Mar
Los Banos del Mar
ca. 1902
Los Banos del Mar, look...
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Title Los Banos del Mar
Date ca. 1902
Description Los Banos del Mar, looking west, near the intersection of Cabrillo & Castillo Streets. Building completed in 1901 with two swimming pools of steam heated salt water. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 636
West Beach along Cabrillo Blvd. at Bath St.
West Beach along Cabril...
11/3/1919
West Beach at Cabrillo ...
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Title West Beach along Cabrillo Blvd. at Bath St.
Date 11/3/1919
Description West Beach at Cabrillo Blvd. & Bath St., looking west. Distance is from high water mark to seawall. Los Banos del Mar in distance. Nov. 3, 1919. This series of photos, #629 - 633 & # 2469, were taken to prove the opinion of Engineer, James R. Chapman. The seawall has “not been detrimental to the beach,” the beach is wider than it has been in the past nine years, and “Santa Barbara has one of the finest beach fronts in California.” Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 632
West Beach along Cabrillo Blvd. at Castillo Street
West Beach along Cabril...
11/3/1919
West Beach at Cabrillo ...
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Title West Beach along Cabrillo Blvd. at Castillo Street
Date 11/3/1919
Description West Beach at Cabrillo Blvd. & Castillo St., looking west. Distance is from high water mark to seawall. Loughead seaplane and launch ramp at left, Los Banos del Mar in background. Nov. 3, 1919. This series of photos, #629 - 633 & # 2469, were taken to prove the opinion of Engineer, James R. Chapman. The seawall has “not been detrimental to the beach,” the beach is wider than it has been in the past nine years, and “Santa Barbara has one of the finest beach fronts in California.” Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 633
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