"Mt. Diablo Snow" The imposing MT. DIABLO, although very close to the San Francisco Bay Area and sea level, rises to a height of 3,849 feet and dominates the landscape of beautiful and progressive Contra Costa County. This mountain reflects the moods of the season and it is an occasional thrill to see the high slopes covered with winter snows." Card No. C10887, postmarked 1961.
"Mt. Diablo towers over Walnut Creek. This outstanding landmark and meridian marker is 3860 ft. high." Card No. C5735."
"Broadway Low Level Tunnel" main artery to fabulous suburban cities in Contra Costa County--Highway. #24. Card No. C5953.
"Paso Robles Hot Springs Hotel. Located one-half way between San Francisco and Los Angeles on Coast Highway 101, Route of the Historic Mission Trails. 100 modern rooms. Beautiful Coffee Shop and Dining Room." Post Card No. SK 4593, postmarked July 11, 1958.
"Swimming 'neath the Redwoods - YMCA Camps Tolowa and Wasiata. Y.M.C.A. of San Francisco Jones Gulch - La Honda, Calif." Postmarked OCt. 6, 1952.
"Observation Point, At Wawona Tunnel Yosemite National Park, California. Visitors arriving on Highway 41, upon emerging from the Wawona Tunnel are awed by the spectacular grandeur of the panorama."
"observation Point, At Wacona Tunnel Yosemite National Park, California. Visitors arriving on Highway 41, upon emerging from the Wawona Tunnel are awed by the spectacular grandeur of the panorama."
"Old Resort Buildings, Big Trees Park, Santa Cruz County, California. With the completion of the narrow gauge railway from San Jose to Santa Cruz in 1880, these buildings were erected to serve the many visitors who found the grove a pleasant vacation place." Post Card No. SC-109.
"World Famous Tree House. Diameter 33 feet, Circumference at base 101 feet, floor space 21 x 27 feet, height 250 feet, age over 4,000 yers. Hollowed by fire over 300 years ago, the tree is still growing vigorously. "Believe it or not." See it on the Redwood Highway." Card No. K6980, postmarked May 2, 1951.
"Carquinez Bridge. Crossing the northern tip of San Francisco Bay, the Carquinez Bridge is the connecting link of U. S. 40 between Contra Costa and Solano Counties." Post Card No. C4840.
"Chandelier Tree, Drive Thru Tree at Underwood Park on Redwood Highway. To drive through this giant redwood, with a height of 315 feet and a diameter of 21 feet, is a never to be forgotten thrill." Post Card No. K8668, Postmarked May 2, 1954.
"Desert Mountain Range. Hre, near Palm Springs and Indio, California, colorful, weather-worn foothills hem the desert." Post Card No. K164.
"G1 -- General Grant Tree, Kings Canyon National Park, California, located in Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park, is the 'Nation's Christmas Tree'. It is 40.3 feet in diameter at the base, 267 feet high and is surrounded by a magnificent grove of Big Trees." Post Card No. 3991.
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