The E.G. Lewis house, home of Atascadero’s founder since 1913, was burned in 1965 by the Fire Department to make way for a shopping mall that was not built for another 15 years.
The E.G. Lewis house, home of Atascadero’s founder since 1913, was burned in 1965 by the Fire Department to make way for a shopping mall that was not built for another 15 years. Jim Vestal Telegram-Tribune
The E.G. Lewis house, home of Atascadero’s founder since 1913, was burned in 1965 by the Fire Department to make way for a shopping mall that was not built for another 15 years. Jim Vestal Telegram-Tribune

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