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The Livermore Flagpole

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More Flagpole Photos:

 
Previous Page Main Flagpole page
Flagpole Removal, Oct 7, 2004
Flagpole Removal 2, Oct 7, 2004
New Flagpole - June 17, 2005
New Pole being Assembled - June 17, 2005
The Flagpole is Raised - June 17, 2005
Dedication (1) - July 4, 2005 - the ceremony
Dedication (2) - July 4, 2005 - raising the flag
Dedication (3) - July 4, 2005 - people
Dedication (4) - July 4, 2005 - the flag
100th anniversary of the flagpole(1) - Sept 9, 2005
100th anniversary of the flagpole(2) - Sept 9, 2005

Historical Page 1:  Dedication, other events, and history
Historical Page 2:  Events at the Flag Pole, the flag at half Mask

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The Flagpole is a familiar landmark in Livermore since it is so visible when traveling on First Street.  It is often referenced when giving directions in the downtown area.  The plaque below is located at the base of the flagpole.  See additional Flagpole pictures in the Historical Photos Section.  The wooden flagpole, shown on this page was removed on October 7, 2004 (photos), and was replaced by a fiberglass pole on June 17, 2005 (photos).

 

On a Windy Day in June, 2002


Taken September 11, 2002 from Livermore Ave looking south.

Taken February 1, 2003, the day of the Columbia Accident.

 

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