March 1961
New Yorker;3/4/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p122
The article focuses on the decision of the California County Highway Department to change the name of several streets in San Bernardino. It cites the purpose of the name change. The names of the streets that were changed include Mountain Drive to 25th Street and Euclid Crescent West to Euclid Avenue.


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