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Category Archives: Felton Grove History
Zayante Rancho and Felton Grove Area 22 in map above shows “Picnic Ground” (later named Felton Grove) and the Fuse Factory Lot (at Graham Hill Rd and E. Zayante Rd.) “Picnic Ground” was the area where the residential section of … Continue reading
Zayante Rancho and Felton Grove Spring, 1840: Round-up of “foreigners” (American and British). Isaac Graham (see photo below) sent to prison in Mexico. Billy Ware and Henry Neale come to Zayante. March 1841: Joseph Majors applies to replace Francisco Mos … Continue reading
June 1933: Felton Grove Sentinel ad.
Aerial view of Felton Evangelical Free Church at Graham Hill Rd. and E. Zayante Rd. prior to their garage being built. This is the site of the old Felton Grove baseball field (1890′s-1930′s), Captain Ed’s, who ran a boys camp … Continue reading
Zayante Rancho and Felton Grove June, 1834 – Joaquin Buelna applies for Zayante Grant. Sept. 20, 1839 – (Mexican Archives) To neighbor Francisco Mos has been conceded the place called Sayanta, since it has been abandoned by Citizen Joaquin Buelna, … Continue reading
Remarks in the 1965 listing of this Felton Grove home for sale says, “View of driving range from deck”. House was at corner of Circle Dr. and Sylvan Way. Anyone have info on the driving range that was apparently on … Continue reading
Ley meadow seen in background. E. Zayante Rd would be off to right. Felton Grove Planing Mill operated in the early 1900′s on Park Ave off Graham Hill Rd.
This is one of my favorite photos of the Felton Grove Auto Camp circa 1920′s. The Auto Camp opened in 1922. View from Ley Meadow. Courtesy of Ronnie Trubek.
The rectangle near center of photo is the old tennis court at Felton Grove Resort off Graham Hill Rd. East Zayante Rd. goes off to the right.
Entrance to the Felton Grove Auto Camp.
This wonderful postcard is from the Ronnie Trubek Collection. Thanks Ronnie!
According to F. A. Hihn Co. deed records, D. Goulding purchased several lots on Park Ave. in Felton Grove in 1910 and 1913. In this 1918/19 Santa Cruz Directory, David Goulding and wife Alice are listed as proprietors at the … Continue reading
This is a photo of my first house. It was a wreck, but it was all I could afford in 1982. I was thrilled to be able to buy my very own home! It was on Circle Dr. in Felton … Continue reading
Sentinel, Sept. 1938: National Guard and Wives Tent in Felton Grove. Annual Holiday Will Feature Picnics and Games. Ninety National Guardsman, their wives and families arrived at Felton Grove from San Jose yesterday to hold their first annual recreational outing. … Continue reading