Alice Stuttmeister on Neptune Beach

The Stuttmeisters lived in SF at 1240 McAllister St.

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Here is a photo of my great grandmother, Alice Stuttmeister, when she was young. She and a friend (in background) are on Neptune Beach in Alameda California. Here is another theme park like the one Carl Janke founded in Belmont across the bay.

Jon Presco

Neptune Beach (California)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search
Neptune Beach was an amusement park on the shore of San Francisco Bay in the city of Alameda, California. The park was served by the Southern Pacific Transportation Company and ferries from San Francisco. It operated from 1917 until it closed in 1939. Opened in 1917, Neptune Beach occupied a beach front zone now known as Crab Cove and was originally owned by the Strehlow family. Admission to the park was a dime. The park was described as a place for private picnics, with a clubhouse for dancing, and barbecue pits. The Cottage Baths were…

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