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    Wallis, Kim
    Walter H. Roeder is an invaluable volunteer at the Sonoma State University Library Archives, and assists the library by helping to organize, sort, and evaluate historic collections and donations to the Library. Walter has worked with the Leopold Justi . . .
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    Wallis, Kim
    Folklore is an important part of the American West. It can be a window into our past that helps us better understand the present. Sometimes folklore can become part of our everyday life and customs. Folklore can also help us understand the history of . . .
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    Praetzellis, Mary
    The Post Office building was moved to its present site to make way for urban development. Before it was set down on the site, an archaeological "dig" was performed . Herewith is the story found on the land that the old building now sits. It is literal . . .
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    Praetzellis, Adrian
    In January 1984, while the Hoag House was still at its original location - up on piers and ready to be moved Adrian Praetzellis~ at the request of architect Dan Peterson, excavated a trash-filled pit beneath the structure. For a while, it looked as if . . .
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    Praetzellis, Adrian
    It's an unlikely-sounding story: Eastern European Jews, socialists for the most part, escape the poverty and the pogroms of turn-of-the-century Russia and Poland and find a new home - in Petaluma! Hollywood will never buy the film rights, but that doe . . .