ECV1850 Plaque:
Cavalli's Blacksmith Shop


Molloy's

[ Photo of plaque closeup. ]

HISTORICAL SITE
1883-1924
ADJACENT TO THIS SITE STOOD "CAVALLI'S
BLACKSMITH SHOP" WHICH SERVED THE
TRUCK FARMERS IN THE AREA.
JOE CAVALLI
1883-1946
JOE WAS THE FIRST AND LAST SHERIFF OF
LAWNDALE (1924-1942) AND THE FIRST
CHIEF OF POLICE OF COLMA (1942-1946).
DEDICATED JANUARY 10, 1987 BY THE
EMPEROR NORTON BRIGADE OF THE
ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ORDER OF
E CLAMPUS VITUS

Victorian Bar

This plaque is located on
the north exterior wall of
Molloy's Springs Tavern.
1655 Old Mission Road.
Colma.
San Mateo County, CA.

Molloy's (650) 755-9545

From Hwy. 280, take the Hickey Blvd - East exit.
At the lower end of Hickey Blvd.,
(where it dead ends at a trailer park)
make a left, onto El Camino Real.
Make the first sharp right you can make, which is at an acute angle.
That's Old Mission Road. You can't miss Molloy's.
It's the only thing that isn't dead, residential,
a car dealership, or any combination thereof.

If you're heading south down El Camino Real,
stay in the left lane, go past the graveyards and
make this odd left jog onto Old Mission Road.
If you pass Costco, you've gone too far.
Molloy's is on the right hand (west) side.

Do yourself a favor and pop in for a drink.
They have the best selection of Irish Whiskey anywhere.


GPS
  Molloy's Springs  
& Cavalli's
WGS84 Datum
N 37.67022°
W 122.45116°

Victorian Bar

For a map of the area, visit the
Colma Historical Association Museum
1500 Hillsdale Blvd. (at F Street).
Colma, CA.

Museum Hours:
Monday - closed
Tuesdays - Sunday 10am-3pm.

GPS
Colma Museum
WGS84 Datum
N 37.68244°
W 122.45638°




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