Livermore History - Altamont 2
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
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.
contains 128 pages of Livermore Historical photos and commentary.
It is available for 19.99 plus tax at the
Livermore Heritage Guild History Center at the Carnegie Building.
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