This beautiful old oak tree at Lisbon and Todhunter is a north side landmark. At one time the street dead-ended at the tree...and now the City has created a nice "island mini-park" that enables thru-traffic.
Dedicated to preserving a bit of history while enjoying the present in our community. I have lived in West Sacramento since 1958; long before it was incorporated as a city that consolidated the three townships of Broderick, Bryte and West Sacramento. My father-in-law, Frank Norton, was born in Broderick in 1910 in a house at 421 B Street. The West Sacramento Photo of the Day website is dedicated to him-- in memory of his magnificent stories of the old days.
If you are interested in submitting a photo, would like to use one of our photos or want more information about our "triv-history" project, please contact editrixes Barbara or Debbie.
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