The Hattie Weber Museum building originally was the Davis Library, built in 1911 at Second and F streets. Part of that building was moved to Central Park in 1988 and converted to the museum. Courtesy photo

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Davis history tour set for Saturday

By From page A5 | May 01, 2013

Gerri Adler, a local historian and business owner in Davis, will lead a walking tour of historic downtown Davis at 2 p.m. Saturday, starting at the Hattie Weber Museum, 445 C St.

Tour sites will include the 1937 Works Public Administration building in Central Park, the original Davis Enterprise building, the site of George Weber’s Yolo Saloon (the first of many that gave the town a somewhat unsavory early reputation), the site of the short-lived Davis arch and the sites of two early banks in town.

The tour, which will last 90 minutes to two hours, costs $10 and includes an illustrated pamphlet and a bottle of water. Proceeds benefit the museum.

For reservations, contact Adler at Lasting Impressions, 632 Fourth St., 530-756-2122, or visit the museum between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wednesday or Saturday.

Enterprise staff

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