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"MESA MEMORIES" MONDAY - Hilda McIntyre Ray Neighborhood Park - the smallest developed park on the Mesa
This is one of the smaller city parks in Santa Barbara (only 1.5 acres in size), and is the smallest developed park on the Mesa. The park was donated to the city by Hilda Ray's husband, Prescott, after her death in 1957.
Hilda, a retired teacher who taught at several area schools including Laguna Blanca, drowned while walking near the Thousand Steps. Her husband lived at the park until 1961. It's a great place for picnics and has a nice view. (Photo: Betsy J. Green)

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