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Page 1:  Summit School
Page 2:  Summit Hotel, Altamont Library
Page 3:  The Concert at Altamont, and it's connection to American Pie
See Also:  Railroads, Altamont SP railroad station
 

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The Summit Hotel, and the Altamont Library

 


The Summit Hotel, Altamont.  Built in 1868.
Sign above balcony appears to have "Hires" in white letters
Signs on windows:  "Meals at all Hours?", and Altamont Post Office.
On side:  "Eats", "Oh Henry", and "Kennedy
Sign sticking out in front:  "Hot Coffee??".

 


The Altamont Library.  Originally a church, the building was moved to a location west of the Summit Garage.


Another view of the library

 


The Altamont Library
Door of truck reads:  Summit Garage, Altamont Calif.  Phone 447-3010?   447-0495

 


Some sort of manufacturing in the Altamont around 1953.

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