Category Archives: Coastside Architecture

140 Years Later, the OddFellows Building Still Holds the Unknown History of Half Moon Bay

Hi June- This is the Odd Fellows Building, 526 Main Street, then & now, top & bottom (further down) Across from City Hall next door to the HMB Bakery. M.Coffee and Tokenz are on the ground floor. The Ocean View … Continue reading

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1928 Chamarita, Half Moon Bay, Into The (Old) Catholic Church

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1928 Chamarita, Half Moon Bay, Marching Down Main Street

with Cunha’s Country Grocery Store in the background (left hand side), later heading for and arriving at the old Catholic Church.

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History of the Coastside's Beautiful Chamarita (6)

Throughout the decades the Chamarita has grown to include Festival Queens from Tracy, Newark and Santa Clara participating in the celebration at Half Moon Bay. But the Chamartia remains a small town festival sporting a carnival atmosphere with a Ferris … Continue reading

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Right Out Of The Movies: Half Moon Bay High School

(photos courtesy Bill Claudino, below)

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Yesteryear: Main Street Half Moon Bay

(Photo: Courtesy Larry Teixeira)

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Beautiful Half Moon Bay Day

Posted in Coastside Architecture, Half Moon Bay, Main Street Half Moon Bay