Time capsule sealed - April 1974


A dozen people took part in the ceremonial sealing of the Livermore Centennial time capsule last week at city hall. The barrel-like container, on table at right, was filled with momentoes of the 1969 observance and some history about the community through newsletters, the book "Suburbia" and photos of centennial year activities. Shown at the sealing are from left to right Mayor Bob Pritchard, photographer Lee Estes, councilman Don Miller, official centennial photographer Ed Peiffer,
 centennial committee member and Heritage Guild vice president Janet Newton, former centennial co-chairman Barry Schrader, centennial general chairman Paul Heppner, councilman Helen Tirsell, Chamber manager John Strong, centennial year mayor Gib Marguth, and centennial honorary co-chairman Herbert Hagemann. The capsule was then buried under the totem pole at centennial park.

Reported in TRI-VALLEY NEWS
Wednesday, April 24,1974

 

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