Difference between revisions of "Santa Barbara Harbor"

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[[File:SB Harbor.png|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Santa Barbara Harbor, 2016 </center>]]
 
[[File:SB Harbor.png|550px|thumbnail|right|<center>Santa Barbara Harbor, 2016 </center>]]
  
[[File:SB5 Longshaw Card Co Yacht Harbor SB.jpg|450px|thumbnail|left|<center>Yacht Harbor and Beach, Santa Barbara, Calif. <br>Longshaw </center>]]
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[[File:SB5 Longshaw Card Co Yacht Harbor SB.jpg|450px|thumbnail|left|<center>Yacht Harbor and Beach, Santa Barbara, Calif. <br>Longshaw <br>[original in SCIF archives]  </center>]]
  
[[File:C. 1944.png|450px|thumbnail|left|<center>Santa Barbara Harbor, c. 1944</center>]]
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[[File:C. 1944.png|450px|thumbnail|left|<center>Santa Barbara Harbor, c. 1944<br>[original in SCIF archives] </center>]]
  
[[File:No.8 Union Oil Co. S.B.Harbor.jpg|450px|thumbnail|left|<center>Santa Barbara Harbor</center>]]
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[[File:No.8 Union Oil Co. S.B.Harbor.jpg|450px|thumbnail|left|<center>Santa Barbara Harbor<br>[original in SCIF archives] </center>]]
  
 
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Santa Barbara Harbor '''</span> began to grow quickly when California became part of the United States. In 1872, Stearns Wharf was built, bringing new commercial and tourist traffic to Santa Barbara Harbor since passengers and goods did not have to be moved to share by rowboats anymore.
 
<span style="color:#FF0000">'''Santa Barbara Harbor '''</span> began to grow quickly when California became part of the United States. In 1872, Stearns Wharf was built, bringing new commercial and tourist traffic to Santa Barbara Harbor since passengers and goods did not have to be moved to share by rowboats anymore.

Revision as of 00:29, 26 November 2020

Santa Barbara Harbor, 2016
Yacht Harbor and Beach, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Longshaw
[original in SCIF archives]
Santa Barbara Harbor, c. 1944
[original in SCIF archives]
Santa Barbara Harbor
[original in SCIF archives]

Santa Barbara Harbor began to grow quickly when California became part of the United States. In 1872, Stearns Wharf was built, bringing new commercial and tourist traffic to Santa Barbara Harbor since passengers and goods did not have to be moved to share by rowboats anymore.


The Breakwater Noticias 8(1): 1-11, Spring 1962



[STEARNS WHARF HISTORY]