By Bunny Gillespie
Nestled within the shadow of San Bruno Mountain and referred to as "The Gateway City" for its proximity to San Francisco, Daly urban is far greater than a standard suburb. A thriving and numerous group outfitted alongside El Camino actual (The King's Highway), the line that hooked up all the Spanish Missions in California, town has advanced from a old fashioned agricultural city to a tremendous enterprise, residential, and transit center.
This new choice of photos, regularly classic and infrequently noticeable pictures, tells the city's trip from the unique Spanish land supply via its 1911 incorporation and directly to smooth occasions. the city has continually been cosmopolitan, built with assistance from Irish, German, and Italian settlers, and today's huge numbers of Hispanic and Filipino residents.
Aside from traditional wonders like San Bruno Mountain and the dramatic Pacific beach, Daly urban additionally has man-made landmarks just like the Cow Palace, which has lengthy been host to large-scale occasions equivalent to the Grand nationwide Rodeo and political conventions. within reach Colma is understood for its cemeteries, yet as readers will see during this booklet, stocks an incredibly wealthy historical past with Daly City.
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