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Citrus Heights

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Vintage Postcards: Sunrise Mall Citrus Heights, CA California Love, Sacramento California, Citrus Heights California, Sunrise Mall, Dead Malls, Mall Of America, Street Mall, Shopping Malls, Architectural Features

Vintage Postcards: Sunrise Mall Citrus Heights

Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights, just outside Sacramento, California, opened in 1972. It was the area's premier shopping destination with Weinstock's anchoring the north mall, JC Penney and Liberty House to the east, and Sears occupying the south mall. Macy's acquired the Liberty House location in 1984 and Weinstock's in 1995. This postcard is postmarked 1987 and most likely was taken from the Macy's court, looking northward towards Weinstock's. The back of the postcard reads: "Ultra modern…

Lodge Coffee Shop Advertisement A-Frame Restaurant Vintage Packaging, Vintage Branding, Vintage Ads, Vintage Prints, Building Illustration, House Illustration, Illustrations, Vintage Typography, Typography Design

Another Lodge Coffee Shop

"Home of the Mountain Breakfast" With locations in: GOLETA CITRUS HEIGHTS PASADENA LOMPOC SAN LEANDRO PICO RIVERA YERMO LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

Sunrise Mall- across the mall Birdcage Walk built in 1976 Sunrise Mall, Citrus Heights, Great Memories, Sacramento, Nostalgia, Youth, Kid, Spaces, Retro

Sunrise Mall- across the mall Birdcage Walk built in 1976

The Grand Oaks shopping center was a very nice little shopping center during it's first twenty years or so. Does anyone have photos of the businesses in the Center during the & Great Memories, Childhood Memories, Citrus Heights, Ol Days, Local History, Good Ol, Shopping Center, Sacramento, The Twenties

The Grand Oaks shopping center was a very nice little shopping center during it's first twenty years or so. Does anyone have photos of the businesses in the Center during the 60s & 70s?

The Ranch Cafe served up good, hearty, America food. Sad when it closed its doors. Citrus Heights, Great Memories, The Ranch, Sacramento, Call Me, Growing Up, America, Doors, History

The Ranch Cafe served up good, hearty, America food. Sad when it closed its doors.

My daughter, Ally, is a little resentful of my new obsession with olive oil. She calls olive oil my "new girlfriend", and says I should mar. Citrus Heights, New Girlfriend, Local History, Sacramento, Olive Oil, Vintage, Vintage Comics

Authentic 49er Olive Oil?

My daughter, Ally, is a little resentful of my new obsession with olive oil. She calls olive oil my "new girlfriend", and says I should marry it if I love it so much. Ouch! So I am trying to give Ally more attention, while at the same time, hoping to help her see that olive oil really can be fun and cool, and even tasty. So last weekend I took her to the new Three Stages theater at Folsom Lake College to see the Sacramento Ballet's kids' program (including an abridged, "Peter and the Wolf")…

Old photo of Sylvan Cemetery I think things are probably looking better today. Citrus Heights, Local History, Sacramento, Cemetery, Old Photos, Painting, Vintage, Old Pictures, Vintage Photos

Old photo of Sylvan Cemetery (1952). I think things are probably looking better today.

The Ladies in White provided emergency services in Citrus Heights from 1951 to The nation's first all-women fire and rescue squad. Citrus Heights, Virtual Museum, Fire Dept, Local History, Fire Engine, Great Memories, Ambulance, Sacramento, Growing Up

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The Ladies in White provided emergency services in Citrus Heights from 1951 to 1986

Red Devil Fireworks Book, June-July sponsored by the Citrus Heights Lions Club. In the parking lot of the Grand Oaks Shopping Center. Lucky Grocery Store and Rexall Drug in the background. Byron Myklebost manning the booth. Lions Club, Citrus Heights, Local History, Shopping Center, My Memory, Sacramento, Grocery Store, Devil, Growing Up

Red Devil Fireworks Book, June-July 1968, sponsored by the Citrus Heights Lions Club. In the parking lot of the Grand Oaks Shopping Center. Lucky Grocery Store and Rexall Drug in the background. Byron Myklebost manning the booth.

 This building was the original Sylvan School, built in Relocated & remodeled it has served the community for for over 150 years. I hope this isn't torn down. Citrus Heights, Tear Down, Local History, My Childhood Memories, Sacramento, Markers, California, Community, Club

Citrus Heights Community Club Historical Marker

This property was donated by Adolph and Catherine Van Maren to accommodate this one-room Sylvan School House constructed in 1862 and relocated to this site in 1927. (A historical marker located in Citrus Heights in Sacramento County, California.)