E. Carlson, 1998

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This plaque is located on the side of "The Blue Lady." A mutton-chopped Lee Marvin-lookin dude (Paint Your Wagon?) proclaims "Right Wrongs Nobody." It is a peculiar, in-your-face kind of a motto perfect for Alviso.

E Clampus Vitus means nothing in Latin - it is the name of a secret organization of rapscallion historians determined to put up plaques and chant "Credo Quia Absurdum." E Calmpus Vitros, on the other hand, means Right Wrongs Nobody.

Mountain Charley wears his hat down low. The better to cover the metal plate in his head - result of losing a fight with a bear.

The Embarcadero de Santa Clara was actually a mile or so up the Guadalupe from Alviso - the two places are often incorrectly "merged." The club was built in 1903, not 1896 as stated on the plaque. 1896 was the date the South Bay Yacht Club formed. Thus historical inaccuracies are born, to be passed on from generation to generation.

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