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    Patrons and employees at the Jewel City Restaurant once located at 556 West Broadway in Glendale, 1910. The restaurant was owned by W. H. Easton and, according to the 1910 City Directory, is professed to have the "Best 25 cent meals in the Valley." Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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      Patrons and employees at the Jewel City Restaurant once located at 556 West Broadway in Glendale, 1910. The restaurant was owned by W. H. Easton and, according to the 1910 City Directory, is professed to have the "Best 25 cent meals in the Valley." Glendale Central Public Library. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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