Corralitos Grangers in San Francisco.
L to R - unknown, Mrs. Maitoza, John Rippy, Nell Zook, unknown, Ida
French, Mildred and Russell Spain
Corralitos Cub Scouts, late 1950s
Gloria Tryon (Hanrahan) with Jensen shed in background.
Shed was used to store apple boxes between picking seasons.
It was located across the road from 494 Corralitos Road, George and
Mildred Cikuth's residence at the time of photo.
Earl Jensen 1977. (Named on rock monument plaque at entrance to Cultural
Center) (Article in Watsonville newspaper 1977)
Everett Bradley and team 1995 (Article in Watsonville newspaper June 10,1995)
Corralitos School eighth graders 1925.
L to R Inez Weedon, Hector Ceschi, Pearl Phillips, James Algeo, Betty
Munson, Loren Harrison,
Ellis Phillips, Antonio Zolezzi, Florence Bowen, and seventh grader
Irene Christensen (Bardin) Work and friends
1940 dedication of Corralitos store when Jim and Barbara Prendergast
Dave Peterson 1978 (President of the Corralitos Market and Sausage Company
The sausage makers Joe Cutler and Dave Peterson 1978
Jake Head and Agnes Powell 1978
Lupe and Jan Burgstrom, Jim Pruden and Irene Ceschi
April 1961 blood donation signup for local resident Wayne Evans
These photos provided by Don Shaw were taken at a 1960s Padres
Dolores Ford and Verna Pio selling plants in front of the Corralitos
Woman's clubhouse during a Padres breakfast c1980s
First Corralitos Union School reunion held at the Community Center in
Ruth Karstadt Smith at the first Corralitos school reunion with some
Second Corralitos Union School reunion held at the Grange Hall 1995
1941 8th grade
Elma G. Bradley and Oakley Dye in front of Aldridge Lane schoolhouse
Graduation class 1933 with Elma G. Bradley
Roberta Brodin, Elma G. Bradley, and Clara Munson
Class photo with Elma G. Bradley
Blake Avenue 1935
(Often called Blake Road. Early maps say Blake Avenue.
One early map had Blake Road beginning at Hames and going to the corner,
with Blake Avenue the section from the corner to Aldridge Lane)
In the 1950s there was oil drilling done on the hill above Blake Avenue.
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