Where (And When) In San Leandro?

Today's picture is a puzzle in space and time.


Who can tell where and when this building existed in San Leandro's past?

Look carefully and you'll see some sign as to its purpose. That may be a clue.

This puzzle was supplied by a long-time resident. It may be unfair to newcomers who've only lived here the last 50 years or so.

Whether you were born in San Leandro or are newly arrived, you are probably here because you find this a good place to live -- maybe a great place to thrive.


Congratulations to Elizabeth Yaple, Angela Marrujo and V. Yost who correctly identified last week's puzzle as a snapshot from the Pelton Cafe. 

Thanks also to Carlos, who contributed the Pelton picture.

Do you have a photo that you'd like to feature? Send it to editor tom.abate@patch.com and see if you can stump San Leandro.

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anthony October 13, 2012 at 04:59 PM
Leah... The Morning News was the local paper around that time I think, but now I'm wondering if it's a senior moment recall, or just a nickname because of the AM delivery. (we got started around ten, could be that too)
Francis Sena October 13, 2012 at 09:12 PM
Anthony you`re right. Back in the 1960`s I delivered The San Leandro Morning News before I went to school in the morning. The other paper back then was The Oakland Tribune which some of my friends delivered after school.
Chad Pennebaker October 13, 2012 at 10:43 PM
Yea, I delivered the Oakland Tribune from about 1951-56. Good Job! Taught me a lot! I had three different routes at various times: Bancroft from Estudillo to the High School, Mitchell & Lewis and then Glen Drive. I think I still know almost every house that took the paper.
mag October 14, 2012 at 01:08 AM
I love San Leandro
George Evans October 15, 2012 at 01:55 PM
Yes San Leandro's Paper was the Morning News, offices on East 14th Street if my old memory serves me right. The Daily Review and the Oakland Tribune were the afternoon papers. Having delivered both the Daily Review and Oakland Tribune at various times in the late 1950's and early 1960's.


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