San Luis Obispo

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List Of Cal Poly Pomona Presidents - History
... See also History of California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California ... began with the demise of the Voorhis School for Boys in San Dimas, California and its acquisition by the San Luis Obispo-based California Polytechnic School in 1938 ... forced them to transfer control to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1938 ...
San Luis Obispo Blues
... The San Luis Obispo Blues are a collegiate wood bat baseball team in the California Collegiate League, the Horizon Air Summer Series and the Sierra Baseball League ... San Luis Obispo Blues official website They are owned by SLO Baseball Alliance, LLC ...
Chinatowns In The United States - California - San Luis Obispo
... on Chorro Street and Palm Street in the Central Coast town of San Luis Obispo ... honors the Chinese immigrant laborers who worked on the railroads in the vicinity of San Luis Obispo ...
List Of California Street Railroads - Other Cities and Towns
... Highland Park Railway Sacramento City Street Railroad San Luis Obispo San Luis Street Railway San Luis Obispo Street Railway Santa Barbara Santa Barbara Street Railroad Santa Barbara and Citizens ... Sacramento Valley Electric Railroad San Francisco and Napa Valley Railroad abandoned, in phases during period 1938-1956 San Francisco, Napa and Calistoga Railway 1911-1936 Electric interurban ... San Francisco, Vallejo and Napa Valley Railroad 1906-1911 Vallejo, Benicia and Napa Valley Railroad 1902-1910 Santa Rosa Railroad 1903-1923 (Later Northwestern Pacific Railroad part of SP) Santa Rosa Street ...

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