Second Annual Sunnyside History Holiday Quiz 2018
What was the location of the last gas station on Monterey Boulevard (torn down in 1992)?
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What famous Los Angeles Boulevard has a junior-sized twin in Sunnyside?
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Which well-known politician dedicated the new Dorothy Erskine Park (at Mangels and Baden) in 1979?
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What year did the Blue Iguana food truck first start serving in the Kwik and Convenient parking lot?
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Before 1935, if you heard a loud siren go off in Sunnyside, it meant:
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Which Sunnyside street was renamed for a world-famous artist?
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What is the name of the Monterey Boulevard barber who reportedly was the only local barber who knew how to give Elvis-style haircuts in the 1950s, and was still in business in the 1990s?
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When was Sunnyside Neighborhood Association founded?
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Where was Emmy’s Big Bakery and Coffee Shop located? Bonus: What business followed next at that location?
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What was the original number of the electric streetcar that went down Monterey Boulevard?
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Which came first: Glen Park or Sunnyside?
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What Monterey Blvd shop (now long closed) was run by two Italian-American brothers?
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What was the original name of the Sunnyside Playground Clubhouse?
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What Sunnyside street is named for a pioneering 19th century chemist who provided chemicals for the Giant Powder Company, makers of dynamite?
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Before Railroad Expresso café, what business occupied that spot?
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When was Monterey Boulevard widened to two lanes--also having its sidewalks narrowed, the trees planted, and the overhead electric wires put underground?
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