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Title  [Ceremony at the Theodore Dehone Judah monument]
Date  1930
Description  1 photographic print ; 7-1/2 x 9-1/4 in.
Subject(s)  Judah, Theodore D. (Theodore Dehone), 1826-1863 (5), Central Pacific Railroad Company (159), Monuments & memorials--California--Sacramento (1), Sacramento (Calif.)--Photographs (184)

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Summary  A monument to Theodore Dehone Judah, first Chief Engineer of the Central Pacific Railroad, was erected in a Sacramento municipal park opposite the Southern Pacific station. The artist is John A. MacQuarrie (1871-1944). The cornerstone was laid April 25, 1930 and the completed monument unveiled February 25, 1931. The monument was later moved into storage during the construction of Interstate 5 and eventually placed in Old Sacramento at the corner of Second and L Streets.
Owning 
Institution
 
California State Railroad Museum Library
Copyright  CSRM Library
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P 173
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PORTRAIT FILE

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