Open on the second Sunday each month, the Sacramento Antique Faire at 21st Street between W & X streets remains popular. Vintage hats from Carol Lyon-Ruby’s spot. Sacramento Bee photograph by Jose Luis Villegas, August 14, 2005.
Open on the second Sunday each month, the Sacramento Antique Faire at 21st Street between W & X streets remains popular. Vintage hats from Carol Lyon-Ruby’s spot. Sacramento Bee photograph by Jose Luis Villegas, August 14, 2005. Jose Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Open on the second Sunday each month, the Sacramento Antique Faire at 21st Street between W & X streets remains popular. Vintage hats from Carol Lyon-Ruby’s spot. Sacramento Bee photograph by Jose Luis Villegas, August 14, 2005. Jose Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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