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 Haywood, Alameda County California

Haywood (or Hayward's), Alameda County, PO 15 miles southeast of Oakland, and ¾ of a mile from San Lorenzo station, on the Central Pacific Railroad, is a small village, occupying one of the most pleasant sites of the lovely section in which it is situated.

Being at the base of the Contra Costa hills, where a small gap opens to an interior valley, with a broad plain in front gently sloping to the water of the magnificent Bay of ban Francisco, it presents a landscape view of exceeding beauty. The surrounding country is of great fertility, and well cultivated, and its convenience of access to San Francisco gives it peculiar advantages for prosperity.

Atherton G H B, real estate agent
Bocken John, brewery
Brodek G, general merchandise
Brown George, general merchandise and agent Wells, Fargo & Co
Brown W, blacksmith and wagon maker
Bryant J W Rev, clergyman (Moth)
Bulber T, merchant tailor
Bulmer H H, fruit and candy
Cohn A M, liquors
Collins Asa, dry goods and drugs
Cooper J C, physician
Cunna A M, restaurant, liquor saloon and lodgings
Czarneski F, merchant tailor
Drewry George, painter
Finch J S, ramie and jute grower
George L F Mrs, dress maker
Goodell George A, saddle and harness maker
Haas B, watch maker
Hall A R, collector
Hanson L P, shoe maker
Hayward William, postmaster and proprietor Hayward's Hotel
Kail F, druggist
King J B, upholsterer
Linekin & Mitchell, stoves and tinware
May A, butcher
Muller H, shoe maker
Oakes A T, hotel and notary public
Pacific Ramie Company, A H Allen, superintendent
Pearce William, livery stable
Pimentel Joseph, barber
Puff Charles, undertaker
Rhodehammel W H, superintendent Edmondson's warehouse and agent C P R R
Rice H W, machine shop and manufacture Straw Burning Engines
River J L, blacksmith and wagon maker
Salmon D M, junk dealer
Schmidt Nicholas, liquor saloon
Sheerer Charles, hotel and lessee San Lorenzo Grove
Smalley D S, livery stable
Smith S H, tinsmith and plumber
Smith S H Mrs, milliner
Wills J T Rev, clergyman (Cong)
Wootten E & Son, proprietors Hayward's flour mill
Zambriski Peter, shoe maker

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Source: Pacific Coast Business Directory for 1876-78, Compiled by Henry G. Langley, San Francisco, 1875


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