|Object Name||Clipping, Newspaper|
TITLE: Early `60s Return for Almaden Day, SUBTITLE: 200 Attend third Annual `Almaden Day PUBLISHER: The Evening News, San Jose, September 4, 1933.
Memories of the early "60's" [1860's] when Almaden was a riproaring mining camp, when flashing eyed senoritas and dashing vaqueros danced the Spanish fandango to the tune of strumming guitars, were revived at the Hacienda village in the western foothills yesterday.
The festivities, in observance of the third annual celebration of "Almaden Day;" opened with a pare of nearly 40 ancient vehicles which followed a line of march from Twin Creeks down the canyon to the village. Following family picnics at noon, exhibitions of roping and fancy riding were held.
Old fashioned dancing was held during evening in the old Helping Hand hall, built 42 years ago,
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Photo A Caption: Old Dobbin and the Sunday rig, gone into decay these many years, was brought out of the barn, dusted off and put into service once again at the third annual "Almaden Day" celebration at the Hacienda City in the western foothills yesterday. Below, left, is Chita Raviol, in early day costume, displaying what the "nice young lady" used to fancy, "in the gay '90s," and at the right is Dorothy Evans, baby, bottle and all. Lomar Engraving Services photos.
|Cataloged by||Boudreault, Art|