8 in HIGH x 10 in WIDE
(20.32 cm HIGH x 25.40 cm WIDE)
City of Oakland

According to the information on the back of the photo, this is Interchange Park in July, 1972, developed by the Oakland office of Parks and Recreation. In this scene, there is a set of swings in a sand-covered area. The structure to which the swings are attached is made of telephone-size poles. Three children are using the swings, and by the angle of the chain suppporting the seats, there are two other swings in use at the left of the photo. A woman is attending the child at right center. At the edge of the sand area at right cneter there is a train-like configuration of wooden engine and car for children to climb on. Three freeway connectors are overhead.

Used: City of Oakland

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