Schafer Park, California

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Coordinates: 37°38′38.04″N 122°5′10.63″W / 37.6439000°N 122.0862861°W / 37.6439000; -122.0862861 Schafer Park, California was an unincorporated suburban community absorbed into Hayward, California, at the same time as the acquisition of Mount Eden.[1] It was named for A.W. Schafer, a German immigrant who purchased land in the area in the 1860s. The family sold its land to a real estate developer in the 1950s. Schafer Park was located between Hayward and Mount Eden.


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