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  • A lender that specializes in financing inventory stock for retailers. Typically retailers pay interest only for several months or until an instrument is sold, then payoff the remaining balance.

  • A state in the western US, on the coast of the Pacific Ocean; pop. 33,871,648; capital, Sacramento; statehood, Sept. 9, 1850 (31). Formerly part of Mexico, it was ceded to the US in 1847, having briefly been an independent republic. Large numbers of settlers were attracted to California in the 19th century, esp. during the gold rushes of the 1840s; it is now the most populous state

  • a state in the western United States on the Pacific; the 3rd largest state; known for earthquakes

  • (californian) of or relating to or characteristic of California or its inhabitants; "Californian beaches"

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Carpet Stair Treads 27" x 9" Hunter Green - Set of 13 - Double-Sided Tape Included

Carpet Stair Treads 27" x 9" Hunter Green - Set of 13 - Double-Sided Tape Included

Quality, Stylish Carpet Stair Treads by Dean Flooring Company Extend the life of your high traffic hardwood stairs. Reduce slips/increase traction (treads must be securely attached to your stairs). Cut down on track-in dirt. Great for pets and pet owners. 100% PermaColor Polypropylene. Set includes 13 carpet stair treads PLUS one roll of double-sided carpet tape for easy, do-it-yourself installation. Each tread is bound with color matching binding tape (no frayed edges). No bulky fastening strips. You may remove your treads for cleaning and re-attach them when you are done. Add a touch of warmth and style to your stairs today with new stair treads from Dean Flooring Company!

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Barnsdall Rio Grande Oil Company Station

Barnsdall Rio Grande Oil Company Station

The Barnsdall Rio Grande service station was built in 1929 and is one of the most architecturally significant service station in California and perhaps the United States. Constructed in the popular Spanish colonial revival style of its time, it was designed by the same architectural firm that was responsible for many of the attractive Richfield service stations of the same time period.

One of the most notable features of the station was its vertical elongation. It covered only 450 square feet at the base but soared 40 feet into the air. The third floor of the tower held a 2,000 gallon water storage tank which provided pressurized water to the station.

The station was situated at the entrance to the oil field owned by the Barnsdall-Rio Grande Oil Company and was intended to be a corporate showpiece. The first operator of the station was D.M. Tinsler. Under his management the station received a beautification award from the Garden Club of Santa Barbara and the Montecito Roadside Committee. The Montecito Roadside committee was particulary concerned about the unsightly accumulation of signage around service stations and along the roadways. The contest judges declared the grounds to be “finely kept” and relatively free from signs. In the years to come the station would receive many other awards for “excellent appearance”

The Palo Alto - Seacliff Beach, Rio Del Mar, California.

The Palo Alto - Seacliff Beach, Rio Del Mar, California.

October 2008

The Palo Alto - Seacliff Beach, Rio Del Mar, California.

The Palo Alto was a concrete ship built as a tanker at the end of World War I. She was built by the San Francisco Shipbuilding Company at the U.S. Naval Shipyard in Oakland, California. She was launched on May 29, 1919, too late to see service in the war.[1] Her sister ship was the SS Peralta.

She was mothballed in Oakland until 1929, when she was bought by the Seacliff Amusement Corporation and towed to Seacliff State Beach in Aptos, California. A pier was built leading to the ship, and she was sunk a few feet in the water so her keel rested on the bottom. There she was refitted as an amusement ship, with amenities including a dance floor, swimming pool and a cafe.

The company went bankrupt two years later and the ship cracked at the mid section. She was stripped of her fittings and left as a fishing pier. Eventually she deteriorated to the point were she was unsafe for even this use and was closed to the public. Today she remains at Seacliff Beach and serves as an artificial reef for marine life.

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