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:331 Golden Gate Park, Children's Playground, merry-go-round, 1945.

 

:332 Golden Gate Park, Children's Playground, Sharon House, 1898.

 

:333 [Merry-go-round. Children's Playground, Golden Gate Park. 1945.]

 

:334 "Monarch," the only grizzly in captivity, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:334a Arbor. Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:334b Prayer-Book Cross. Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:335 Stone bridge in Stow Lake, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:336 [Francis Scott Key Monument. Music Concourse, Golden Gate Park. 1898. Duplicate of 10:329.]

 

:336a Francis Scott Key Monument. Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:336b "Cow Hollow." (Now Marina District.) N.E. from Baker & Vallejo Sts. 1900. [Lacking.]

 

:337 Garfield Monument, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:338 Carriage Concourse, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park]; Affiliated Colleges, Sutro Library, Mt. Sutro, distance, 1898.

 

:339 Pioneer Cabin, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:340 Music Concourse, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:341 Stone bridge carrying main drive across the entrance to the DeYoung Museum, opposite about 8th [i.e. Eighth] Ave., G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:341a Vase. DeYoung Museum. Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:342 Japanese Tea Garden, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:343 Apple Press Monument (relic of the Mid-Winter Fair, 1894, still in the same spot, where the new Music Concourse is now), G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:343a Statue. "Base-Ball Player." Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:344 Golden Gate Park Lodge (which was the home of the superintendent, John McLaren, and the location of the park office), 1898.

 

:345 Children's Playground, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1890. [No. 6492. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:346 Rustic bridge, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park].

 

:346a Park Lodge. Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:347 Children's Playground, merry-go-round, ca. 1890.

 

Tea Garden. Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:348 Pioneer Women's Cabin, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park] (constructed for an organization which met there).

 

:349 Children's Playground, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1880s. (Donkeys and goats running free; merry-go-round under tent.)

 

:350 Drake Cross, dedication, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1894. (Commemorates the first divine service of the Church of England on the shores of America in 15??, at Drake's Bay, conducted by Reverend Fletcher.) [Photograph by Taber.]

 

:351 Erection of band stand, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:352 [Erection of band stand, Golden Gate Park, 1898.]

 

:353 Page St. entrance, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park], 1898.

 

:354 [Lake Alvord. Haight Street entrance, Golden Gate Park. Duplicate of 10:318.]

 

:355 Suspension bridge across South Drive, of steel and wire, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park]. (Now gone.) 1898.

 

:356 Arch of Boulevard Station at west end of South Drive, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park]. (Now gone.) 1898.

 

:357 Drake Cross (also called Prayer Book Cross). [Golden Gate Park.]

 

:358 Conservatory, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park].

 

:359 Old band stand at Music Concourse, G.G.P. [i.e. Golden Gate Park].

 

:360 Children's Playground, 1898.

 

:361 Coliseum, Baker St. end of Golden Gate Park Panhandle, between Oak & Fell Sts. on Baker St.; McKinley Monument, 1907.

 

:361a Mechanics' Pavilion -- Larkin St. bet. Hayes & Grove Sts. 1880. [No. 839. Hecht.]

 

:362 From Flint & Tilden Sts., Twin Peaks, looking east. German Hospital, left center. 1907.

 

:363 Grant Ave., Chinatown, 1898.

 

:364 Clay St. near Stockton St., 1898.

 

:365 Market St. from Montgomery St. looking west showing planks being laid over an old dirt road; also sidewalk planking. "Before a rain it used to be the darnedest sight you ever saw in your life to see the termites flying out of the planks -- the air would just be red with the flying ants coming out of the old plank streets."

 

:366 Flood Building, Market & 4th [i.e. Fourth] Sts. Society of California Pioneers tower, left edge. Ca. 1900.

 

:367 Post & Market Sts. during Civil War, 1862. Starr King making his famous speech at that corner for the Union.

 

:368 San Francisco from the Cosmopolitan Hotel looking north [up Sansome St.] toward Telegraph Hill. [1864. Photograph by Lawrence & Houseworth.]

 

:369 First state celebration, 1850. Telegraph Hill, distance. (Held at the plaza, presumably.) [Photographic reproduction from unidentified print source.]

 

:370 Looking down Van Ness Ave. from O'Farrell St. right after the earthquake. Van Ness was going to be made the main street in San Francisco -- the Emporium and the White House and others moved out there after the earthquake, but as soon as they could get back on Market St., back they went -- it never materialized. City Hall ruins, left. [Photograph by Dressler.]

 

:370a N.W. cor. Ellis & Mason Sts. April 1, 1905. [No.] 571. [Photograph by T.E. Hecht.]

 

:370b Polk & Filbert Streets. 1870. St. Bridget's Church (top center).

 

:371 Old style windmill at the salt works.

 

:371a "Tuckertown." (Square block Buchanan-Webster-Jackson Sts.) Gone by 1934.

 

:371b "Tuckertown." (Square block Buchanan-Webster-Jackson Sts.) Gone by 1934.

 

:372 Pre-earthquake homes on Market St.

 

:373 Pre-earthquake homes, California St. near Van Ness Ave.

 

:374 Pre-earthquake homes.

 

:375 Pre-earthquake homes, Ellis St. between Octavia & Gough Sts.

 

:376 Election booth, ca. 1900.

 

:377 San Francisco home life, 1898. Banjo-playing. [Unidentified woman.]

 

:378 S.F. home life, 1898. Old style fireplace; tile mantle. [Unidentified woman.]

 

:379 Wasp-waisted street dress, 1898. [Unidentified woman.]

 

:380 Japanese bamboo furniture -- tea for two, 1898. [Unidentified man and woman.]

 

:381 Fireplace, tile mantle, 1890s. [Unidentified woman.]

 

:382 [Fireplace with tile mantle. Unidentified woman.]

 

:383 Fireplace, marble mantle, 1870s; crystal pull-down lamp. [Unidentified woman.]

 

:384 Bedroom, 1895.

 

Chinese celebration, Chinatown, Stockton St., 1896.

 
 

:387 Alley in Chinatown.

 

:388 Chinatown, down Clay St. from Waverly Place, between Grant Ave. & Stockton St., March 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:389 Chinatown, 1898.

 

[Chinatown. 1898.]

 

:393 Chinese woman, wearing pantaloons, on Stockton St.

 

:393a Chinese laundry wagon, Sacramento St. 1906. [No. 670. Photograph by L. Slevin. Copyright 1923.]

 

:394 Chinese vegetable peddler, ca. 1890. [Photograph by Taber.]

 

:395 Engine house, ca. 1870.

 

:396 Monumental Engine Co., west side of Portsmouth Plaza, ca. 1860.

 

:397 Engine house.

 

:398 Firehouse on California St. (recently razed, brick-by-brick, to be re-erected somewhere else), north side of street, 1932.

 

:399 Veteran fireman with old handpump engine, getting ready for a parade, ca. 1893.

 

:400 Washington St. firehouse, Engine Co. No. 28, ca. 1941.

 

:401 Old-style fire engine at World's Fair, Treasure Island, 1939.

 

:402 Engine responding to a fire on Geary St. between Stockton & Powell Sts., 1895.

 

:403 Salinas, Calif., fire department. Engine (two-horse), and hose-cart (one-horse), ca. 1895.

 

:404 Parade on Market St. celebrating Admission Day, 1900. Fire Underwriters Corps., vehicle with firemen on it.

 

:405 Engine Co. No. 20, on Filbert St. between Webster & Fillmore Sts., showing transition between horse-drawn and motorized vehicles. James Rolph, Jr., with hard hat, in center, and son Jimmy. Hindu Temple, with minarets, corner Webster & Filbert Sts., background. Ca. 1915.

 

:406 Veteran fireman in parade shown pulling a little hand-pumped engine that came out from New York in 1849. 1900.

 

:407 East on Ellis St. from Powell St. showing Baldwin Hotel fire, 1898.

 

:408 Baldwin Hotel ruins, 1898.

 

:409 Baldwin Hotel. Parrott Building (Emporium), background; salvage pump engine for removing water from basements; Red Front Department Store (men and boys' clothing), which was one of the hottest-burning buildings in San Francisco during the earthquake and fire. 1898.

 

:410 Fire, looking west on Market St. from Third St.; Bancroft Printing House fire, ca. 1890.

 

:411 Down Sacramento St. from Powell St. showing the fire coming up the hill; Pacific Mutual Building, with dome, left center; Chinese ("note complacency and nonchalance") watching approaching fire. [1906.]

 

:412 [Sacramento St. from Powell St. 1938.]

 

:413 Corner Kearny, Geary & Market Sts., Aug. 1, 1906; Lotta's Fountain; Temple Emanu-El; Shreve Building, big building, center; Fairmont Hotel, far distance, right. [Photograph by R.J. Waters.]

 

:414 Waterfront, showing old warehouse at foot of Telegraph Hill.

 

:415 Fontana Warehouse (formerly Pioneer Woolen Mills, now the site of the Fontana Apartments).

 

:416 Old sea wall; U.S. Bonded Warehouse

 

:417 Warehouse near Embarcadero, foot of Telegraph Hill.

 

:418 State Refrigeration Terminal, Embarcadero & Channel Sts., engine room. 1938.

 

:419 [Engine room, State Refrigeration Terminal. Embarcadero & Channel Sts. 1931.]

 

:420 State Refrigeration Terminal, office and temp. [i.e. temperature] recorder. 1938.

 

:421 State Refrigeration Terminal, Embarcadero front and cooling tower. 1935.

 

:422 State Refrigeration Terminal, brine cooler and compressor, 1935.

 

:423 San Francisco War Memorial, engine room, blower control panel and pumps. 1940.

 

:424 [San Francisco War Memorial.] Pumps and view of engineroom office. 1940.

 

:425 [San Francisco War Memorial.] Back of boilers showing gas-burner control. 1940.

 

:426 [San Francisco War Memorial.] Front of boilers and seven-stage pump. 1940.

 

:427 [San Francisco War Memorial.] Refrigeration system: vacuum pumps, cold-water tank and pumps. 1940.

 

:428 Street repair, Market & Noe Sts. Asphalt melter. 1890s.

 

:429 [Street repair with asphalt melter. Market & Noes Sts. 1890s.]

 

:430 Street and road roller, horizontal boiler type. 1900. [No. 1189. Photograph by L. Slevin. Copyright 1922.]

 

:430a Steam roller.

 

Department of Public Works, San Francisco, steam street roller, 17th [i.e. Seventeenth] Ave. & Noriega Sts. 1939.

 

:436 Junk wagon ("Rags-Bottles-Sacks"). 1890s.

 

:437 Lone Mountain, one lone grave. 1867. [No. 226. T.E. Hecht.]

 

:438 Lone Mountain Cemetery, birds' eye view. (litho.) 1866.

 

:439 Laurel Hill Cemetery, entrance, Presidio Ave. 1935.

 

:440 [Laurel Hill Cemetery, office building. 1935.]

 

:441 [Laurel Hill Cemetery. Presidio Ave., wall. 1935.]

 

:442 [Laurel Hill Cemetery. Wooden head board (Griffin Brothers). 1935.] [Lacking.]

 

:443 Marble Headstone, Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma. 1935.

 

:444 Calvary Cemetery, Geary St. & Masonic Ave. 1925.

 

[Calvary Cemetery, Geary St. & Masonic Ave. 1925.]

 

:445

 

:446

 

:447 Masonic Cemetery, Wieland Mausoleum, Turk St. and Masonic Avenue. 1935.

 

:448 Laurel Hill Cemetery.

 

Volume 11: San Francisco -- Views

 

:1 The Golden Gate. From seaward, showing Fort Winfield Scott and Lime Point, on right and left respectively; Angel Island in background.

 

:2 The Golden Gate. Sailing ship in background.

 

:3 The Golden Gate. From Green St. and Fillmore (or possibly Vallejo and Fillmore), showing the Presidio in the distance. Ca. 1870.

 

:4 East Street south from Market Street, showing the Ferry Post Office on May 10, 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller, The California Promotion Committee.]

 

:5 The first electric car on Market Street and the Ferry Building, after the fire and earthquake. June 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller, The California Promotion Committee.]

 

:6 Montgomery Block May 22, 1906. Some debris of the fire. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller, The California Promotion Committee.]

 

:7 Montgomery Street between Washington and Jackson Sts., north from Washington St. May 22, 1906. Some of the buildings that were not burned in the fire. (This is now Jackson Square.) [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:8 Express Building and the California Safe Deposit and Trust Company. Looking south on Montgomery from California Street; Palace Hotel in the distance. 1880.

 

:9 Market Street and Taylor, looking east. 1895. [Photograph by Perkins.]

 

:10 Brooks Alley. From Market to Geary Street, just west of Kearny. A dog-leg street. Weinstock Lubin. Man shining shoes was the "world's champion shoe shiner". Ca. 1896.

 

:11 Black Point. (Also called Fort Mason.) On extreme left is Embryo Pioneer Woolen Mill; along edge of building is the water flume from Lobos Creek, one of the earliest water supplies of San Francisco.

 

:12 Holbrook Building. Beale and Market streets. 1905. (The hardware firm is Holbrook, Merrill, and Stetson.) [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:13 Murphy Building. Market and Jones Streets. March 6, 1905. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:14 Looking north on Van Ness from Market Street. Spanish-American War Monument. St. Mary's Cathedral in the distance. 1907.

 

:15 Naval Parade of Admiral Bob Evans' fleet that went around the world. Van Ness Avenue, looking south. Potrero Hill in background. May 7, 1908. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:16 Post Office and Custom House. Washington and Sansome Streets. October 11, 1904. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:17 Firehouse on California Street.

 

:18 Folsom and Hawthorne Streets, looking south. Ca. 1868.

 

:19 A planked street, typical of downtown San Francisco at one time. Sacramento near Kearny. On the right is the Broderick Engine Company, sho wing hand pump and man-drawn fire engine in middle of street. Early 1860s.

 

:20 Roof of Fort Winfield Scott, showing muzzle-loading cannons pointing seaward and into the city (in case the city was invaded from the south), on swivels. 1890s. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:21 Outside Fort Winfield Scott, looking east. 1890s.

 

:22 Cobbled street. Looking north on Sansome and Market Streets. 1872.

 

:23 Post Street west of Kearny. On right is J.W. Davidson or The White House; on left is Roos Brothers. 1870s.

 

:24 View of San Francisco in 1869. Broadway and Vallejo Streets; the first synagogue and St. Francis Church. A lithograph.

 

:25 South side of Market Street opposite Dupont Avenue (later Grant Avenue). 1880.

 

:26 South side of Market Street opposite Grant Avenue. Bancroft History Library. 1887.

 

:27 Panorama looking west from the Mark Hopkins home on the California Street hill. Center right is the home and stable of Ben Ali Haggan [i.e. Haggin]. Dr. Mays', Mrs. Enright's houses. 1877. [Photograph by Eadweard Muybridge.]

 

:28 Olympic Club. Looking east on Post near Mason Street. Ca. 1892.

 

:29 Lincoln School. Fifth Street just south of Market. Clock tower of St. Ignatius Church (now the site of the Emporium). 1869. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:30 McAllister Street entrance to the new City Hall. Ca. 1885. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:31 De Young Building and the Alcazar Theatre. Picture taken after 1894.

 

:32 The Hibernia Bank. At junction of Jones, Market, McAllister Streets. Ca. 1900.

 

:33 Auditorium Skating Palace. Corner of Fillmore and Page streets, built after 1906, destroyed by fire later. 1912.

 

:34 O'Farrell Street east of Stockton. Call Building (or the Claus Spreckels [i.e. Spreckels] Building); Fisher's Theatre, a burlesque theater, to the left. Bancroft Building.

 

:35 Kearny and Market. Nucleus Building.

 

:36 Market and Larkin, looking north on Larkin. City Hall on the right; Mechanics Pavilion on the left. Both destroyed in 1906.

 

:37 United States Appraisers' Building. Northeast corner of Sansome and Washington Streets. Walls four feet thick.

 

:38 [United States Appraisers' Building. Northeast corner of Sansome and Washington Streets.]

 

:39 Dashaway Hall. 139 Post Street, between Kearny and Dupont. A youth club for temperance, "very sedate". McCarty's Dancing academy. 1868.

 

:40 Latin Quarter. Broadway and Montgomery, then called Broadway and Columbus. Gothic-windowed San Francisco County Jail, behind which executions were held; here the Vigilance Committee demanded Casey and Cora in the fifties, threatening to bombard the building. Ca. 1893.

 

:41 Telegraph Hill from Nob Hill. 1890. Washington Square in the foreground; Russian Orthodox Cathedral and St. Peter's Episcopal Church.

 

:42 Kezar Stadium and St. Ignatius Church on a stormy day.

 

:43 St. Mary's Paulist Church. California and Dupont Streets. 1904. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:44 Grace Episcopal Church. Stockton and California, southeast corner.

 

:45 Central Presbyterian Church. Tyler Street [now Golden Gate Avenue] west of Taylor. 1880.

 

:46 Grace Church. Powell and John Streets. 1852.

 

:47 St. Ignatius Church. Hayes Street between Van Ness and Franklin. 1892.

 

:48 Looking east from Hermann and Buchanan Streets. St. Ignatius Church; uncompleted City Hall; Mechanics Pavilion; Odd Fellows Building; Murphy Building; power house at corner of Valencia and Market; Panorama Building. Ca. 1885. [Photograph by Perkins]

 

:49 St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Northeast corner of Stockton and Filbert.

 

:50  Grace Methodist Church. Twenty-first and Capp Streets. Ca. 1900.

 

:51 Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church. Buchanan and Hayes, southeast corner. 1945.

 

:52 [Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church. Buchanan and Hayes, southeast corner.] Ca. 1885.

 

:53 All Hollows Catholic Church. N Street near Railroad Avenue (now in Bayview district). Ca. 1890.

 

:54 Corpus Christi Church. Alemany Boulevard and Santa Rosa Street, southeast corner.

 

:55 Lotta's Pump or Fountain. Looking north on Kearny from Market. 1885.

 

:56 Looking east on Market from Geary. Lotta's Fountain; Palace and Grand Hotels. 1885.

 

:57 Woodward's Garden. 1860s.

 

:58 [Woodward's Gardens. 1860s.]

 

:59 Original Cliff House.

 

:60 Cliff House. "Second", or original with additions.

 

:61 Baldwin Hotel. Powell and Market Streets. 1895.

 

:62 Fairmont Hotel. 1900.

 

:63 Fairmont Hotel. Sacramento and Mason Streets side.

 

:64 St. Francis Hotel. Union Square and the Dewey Monument. 1905.

 

:65 Market and Geary streets. Palace Hotel, Lotta's Fountain (then called Lotta's Pump). 1910.

 

:66 Across Union Square. Temple Emanuel, with two domes; fourflight structure is the National Guard; Pacific Union Club. 1880.

 

:67 Hyde Street up from Francisco.

 

:68 California Street east from Grand [i.e. Grant] Avenue. St. Mary's Paulist Church, rebuilt exactly as original. Ca. 1908.

 

:69 Looking north on Montgomery Street form Market Street. Left is Masonic Temple.

 

:70 Snowstorm on Market Street. From Phelan Building looking west. 1884. Clock tower of St. Ignatius Church; cupola on top of Lincoln School; two chimneys of the U.S. Mint behind the clock tower.

 

:71 Market and Battery Streets, looking west. Ca. 1886.

 

:72 Grant Avenue looking north from Market. Ca. 1880.

 

:73 Mark Hopkins home looking north to Russian Hill.

 

:74 Powell Street from Sutter, looking north. 1888. Leland Stanford home; Mark Hopkins home. [Photograph by Taber.]

 

:75 Flood home (now the Pacific Union Club). Ca. 1895.

 

:76 Ortman House. Northwest corner of Pine and Scott Streets. Now residence of Dr. Albert Shumate, president of California Historical Society.

 

:77 The first electric car on Market Street. May 27, 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:78 Clay Street looking west from Kearny. Halliday's [i.e. Andrew S. Hallidie's?]cable car; firehouse with bell tower on right; Portsmouth Plaza.

 

:79 Jesuit Fathers' temporary home. 1866. [Actually 1906. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:80 Van Ness Avenue, where the first fire stopped. May 9, 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:81 California Street, looking west. Bank of California on right; Fireman's Fund Insurance Company on left. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:82 Calvary Cemetery. Presidio Avenue and Geary Street. Steam train on Central Avenue (before called Cemetery Avenue, now called Presidio Avenue).

 

:83 Famous balloon car. So-called because it was round. Ca. 1870.

 

:84 Top of Telegraph Hill. Castle built in 1883, destroyed by fire in 1903; Gustav Walter was first proprietor, left in 1884; Duncan Ross was second proprietor, gave it up in 1885. Called Duncan's Castle, but was really the Pioneer Pavilion. Lithograph.

 

:85 Business block of Kohler and Frohlings Wine Vaults. 1890.

 

:86 Telegraph Hill Observatory. [Reproduced from S. F. News Letter, 1883.]

 

:87 Fifth and Market Streets.

 

:88 Howard Street looking toward the Bay. Howard and Stuart Streets.

 

:89 John Wieland Brewery, west side. "Extra pale". 1890.

 

:90 Looking south on Stockton Street. Butler Building on right; City of Paris on left. 1907. (Butler Building is now the site of I. Magnin's.)

 

:91 Old Ferry House. 1895.

 

:92 New Ferry Building. 1900.

 

:93 Argonaut Hotel. Pioneer Place and Fourth Street.

 

:94 West on California from Market. 1910.

 

:95 O'Farrell Street looking west from Stockton. 1918.

 

:96 Telegraph Hill. April 6, 1906. [Photograph by T.E. Hecht.]

 

:97 North Beach, looking north from Russian Hill. 1870.

 

:98 East from Telegraph Hill. Goat Island. Ca. 1870.

 

:99 Cliff House. Second.

 

:100 Cliff House, or Sutro's Castle. May 20, 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:101 Entrance to Sutro's Gardens. Open to public free. 1888.

 

:102 Old-style dray. G.W. Emmons Company, draymen. After the fire.

 

:103 California Brewing Company. Old-style beer wagon. 1909. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:104 Interior of saloon. Peanut machine; "goboons" or cuspidors. Mecca Saloon.

 

:105 "No pain". Saloon interior with everybody happy; celebration for Feeley.

 

:106 Saloon with free lunch counter in back. Gas lights with chain pulls in case electricity failed.

 

:107 Black Point pump. 1915.

 

:108 Mission pump at the Clarendon Heights Pumping Station. Seventeenth Street. 1908. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller, The California Promotion Committee.]

 

:109 San Francisco Woolen Factory. Looking southeast. Water flume from Lobos Creek, shown in 11:11.

 

Volume 12: San Francisco -- Views

 

:1 [Anza Expedition depiction? cf. Walter Francis illustrations.]

 

:2 The Mission of San Francisco, Upper California. [Reproduction of lithograph by W. Smyth.]

 

:3 Presidial Pueblo of San Francisco, with the Fort and Golden Gate. A.D. 1830. [Lithographers Britton and Rey.]

 

:4 [Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). Ca. 1880?]

 

:5 [Mansion House.]

 

[Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis) and graveyard.]

 

:6

 

:7

 

:8 [Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). 1870.]

 

:9 [Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). Stereo half.]

 

:10 [Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). View to south.]

 

:11 [Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). View to north. Before 1870.]

 

:12 [Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:13 [Interior, Mission Dolores (Mission San Francisco de Asis). 1866]

 

:14 Plan del gran puerto de San Francisco. [Reproduction of manuscript map by Manuel Villavicencio, 1781.]

 

:15 Fiesta in Portsmouth Plaza. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:16 Lynch Law in California. Scene of the first execution in San Francisco, on June 10. [1851. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:17 Sixth Great Conflagration in San Francisco, June 22, 1851. [Reproduction of letter sheet.]

 

:18 A view of the first celebration of the admission of California into the Union... [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:19 [Farm in hills. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:20 Yerba Buena Harbor. San Francisco in 1849. From Nob Hill. [Reproduction of painting by unidentified artist.]

 

:21 San Francisco in 1850 from Rincon Hill. Telegraph Hill in distance. [Reproduction of painting (?) by Prendergast.]

 

:22 San Francisco in November 1849. [Reproduction of print by Shannon Bayard Taylor. Sarony and Major, lithographers.]

 

:23 New York Store by C.L. Ross and Company. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:24 The Plaza, Portsmouth Square, San Francisco, as it should and as it may be according to the plan proposed by J.J. Chauviteau. [Reproduced from lithograph by Union and Butler]

 

:25 Muddy Streets. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:26 Samuel Brannan. [Reproduction of print portrait.]

 

:27 Honorable Jasper O'Farrell. [Reproduction of print portrait.]

 

:28 Before fire of 1851. St. Francis Hotel. Telegraph Hill.

 

:29 North Beach & Meigg's Wharf. From Telegraph Hill. (Kearny and Lombard Sts.)

 

:30 San Francisco Bay from Kearny & Lombard Sts. (Telegraph Hill)

 

:31 Mai=Fest des San Francisco Turn=Verein, 7. Mai 1854, in Russ' Gardens, San Francisco, California. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:32 Californian. [Reproduction of announcement for The Californian. n.d.]

 

:33 Merchants' Exchange. N.E. cor Battery & Washington Streets. 1860s. [Photograph by Louis Thors.]

 

:34 Constitution and Address of the Vigilance Committee. [With scenes of Fort Vigilance and Mass Meeting of June 14, 1856. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:35 Emperor Norton. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:36 "Free Lunch". Emperor Norton and his dogs "Bummer" and "Lazarus". [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:37 Emperor Norton. [Photograph by Eadweard Muybridge.]

 

:38 Emperor Norton (right) and his two dogs: "Bummer" & "Lazarus". [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:39 Emperor Norton. [Photograph by Bradley and Rulofson.]

 

:40 Emperor Norton and Dogs. [Reproduced from unidentified print source. Copyright 1861.]

 

:41 Emperor Norton.

 

:42 Jacob Leese. Thos. [i.e. Thomas] Larkin. Wm. [i.e. William] D.M. Howard. Sam Brannan. [With unidentified man, upper left.]

 

:43 View from Rincon Hill. San Francisco Gas Company on Howard Street. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:44 Telegraph Hill from Rincon Hill. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:45 View east from Mason Street bet. Sacramento and California Streets. 1850. Clay St. Commercial St. Sacramento St. California St. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:46 View from California and Dupont Sts. 1853. First Congregational Church. Parrott & Express Buildings. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:47 From Rincon Hill. 1855. Nob Hill. Russian Hill. St. Mary's Cathedral. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:48 View from Gustavus St. (bet. Powell and Mason Sts.). 1850s. Sacramento & California Sts. "El Dorado." City Hall. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:49 Telegraph Hill from Nob Hill. 1850. St. Francis Church (center). [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:50 View north from Taylor & Vallejo Sts. 1850. Alcatraz and Angel Islands in distance. [Reproduction of daguerreotype?]

 

:51 Lotta [i.e. Lotta's] Fountain. 1899.

 

:52 Phelan Monument. Mason and Market Streets. 1899.

 

:53 "Goddess of Light". Ca. 1900. Mount Olympus (Ashberry [i.e. Ashbury] Heights). Monument Way & Upper Terrace.

 

:54 Hayes Valley. Vicinity of about Hayes and Laguna Streets. Lone Mountain in center distance. 1860s.

 

:55 Scott and Hayes Streets. Lk. S.W. Ca. 1890. S. of C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:56 Toland Medical College, 1875. Stockton St., east side between Chestnut and Francisco St.

 

:57 Hayes Valley, San Francisco. [Reproduction of Gifford lithograph.]

 

:58 View of Montgomery, Post, and Market Streets, San Francisco, 1858. Showing first Mechanics' Pavilion erected on Montgomery St. in 1857. [Reproduced from print source.]

 

:59 Mechanic's Pacilion [i.e. Mechanics' Pavilion]. N.W. cor Geary & Stockton St. (Union Square). 1861.

 

:60 Fourth Mechanics' Institute Pavilion, Union Square. Erected 1868, torn down 1871.

 

:61  Mechanics' Pavilion. N.E. cor. Eighth & Mission Streets, 1880.

 

:62 Fifth Mechanics' Pavilion. East side of 8th [i.e. Eighth] Street bet. Mission & Market Sts., 1874 to 1881.

 

:63 Mechanics' Pavilion. Larkin & Hayes Sts. 1882 to 1906.

 

:64 Steamboat Point. Ft. of 3d [i.e. Third] Street (Channel [Street]). 1860s.

 

:65 View from Woodward's Garden, towards Rincon Hill, San Francisco.

 

:66 [Woodward's What Cheer House. Reproduction of lithograph by C.C. Kuchel.]

 

:67 Looking northwest from vicinity of 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Ave. & Ortega St. Larsen's Chicken Ranch (foreground). Sunset District from Golden Gate Heights. Ca. 1868.

 

:68 Golden Gate Park. West from Strawberry Hill. 1886.

 

:69 View of Richmond district from vicinity of 21st [i.e. Twenty-first] Avenue and Fulton Street. Lk. N.E. 1902.

 

:70 [Unidentified landscape. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:71 Site of first Shriners Hospital. 19th [i.e. Nineteenth] Ave. & Lawton Street.

 

:72 Site of 19th [i.e. Nineteenth] Avenue & Lawton Street. Lk. north. Ca. 1900. [Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:73 19th [i.e. Nineteenth] Avenue bet. Kirkham and Lawton Streets. Ca. 1900. [Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:74 19th [i.e. Nineteenth] Avenue bet. Kirkham & Lawton Streets (Sunset Dist.). Ca. 1903.

 

:75 [San Francisco panorama. Reproduction of lithograph. 1855.]

 

:76 Home of Richard Tobin.

 

:77 Looking north from California & Powell Streets. Future site of Fairmont Hotel (Gustavus St. bet. Powell & Mason and California & Sacramento Streets). J.H. Culver family lived here at No. 4 in 1865. 1865.

 

:78 Telegraph Hill from Powell & Sacramento Streets. 1st [i.e. First] Presbyterian Church. St. Francis Church. Boys' High School. 1865.

 

:79 View from Powell St. bet. Sacramento & California Sts. Montgomery Block & P.O. St. Mary's Cathedral. Grace Church. 1865.

 

:80 S.E. cor. of California and Powell Streets. Grace Church. 1865.

 

:81 S.W. cor. Powell and California Streets. First Unitarian Church (David Starr King, Pastor). 1865.

 

[Section of untitled panorama of San Francisco. Taken from Nob Hill.]

 

:82

 

:83

 

:84

 

:85

 

:86

 

:87

 

:88

 

:89

 

:90

 

:91

 

:92

 

:93

 

:94

 

:95 View from California & Mason Streets. First Congregational Church.

 

:96 Temple Emmanuel [i.e. Temple Emanu-El]. 1866. [From collection of Martin S. Behrman.]

 

:97 NW cor. Sutter-Stockton St. S.F. 1870. [Temple Emanu-El.] [From collection of Martin S. Behrman.]

 

:98 [View west from Russian Hill.]

 

:99 Mt. Tamalpais, Sausalito, and Fort Mason (Black Point). From about Octavia & Vallejo Streets. 1870s.

 

:100 Fort Mason & Alcatraz Island. From Gough Street and Broadway. 1870s.

 

:101 Taylor and Market St. 1863.

 

:102 Third & Market Streets. Grand Hotel. Palace Hotel. Nucleus Building. Ca. 1880. [From collection of Martin S. Behrman.]

 

:103 Sacramento and Mason Streets. Washington Grammer [sic] School. 1868.

 

:104 Meigg's Wharf. Foot of Powell St., North Beach. 1865.

 

:105 Second St. North Townsend Street. Rincon Hill. St. Mary's Hospital. 1864.

 

:106 South Beach. 1865. [From collection of Martin S. Behrman.]

 

:107 Masonic Ceremony of Laying of the Corner-Stone of the San Francisco City Hall and Law Courts. 22nd of February, 1872. [Photograph by Eadweard Muybridge.]

 

:108 Laying of the Corner Stone, New City Hall. 1872. S.F. Cal. [From collection of Martin S. Behrman.]

 

:109 Hall of Records, S.F., Cal. [No. B33. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

Volumes 27-28.

Subseries 5: Golden Gate Park. Ca. 1865-ca. 1910

Physical Description: 173 Photographs
 

Volume 27: Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

 

:1 View from the Cliff House. Before Golden Gate Park reached the beach. 1865. [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:2 Bird's-Eye View of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, 1892. [Reproduction of map.]

 

:3 [Reproduction of map of eastern end of Golden Gate Park.]

 

:4 S.F. Chronicle. Jan. 30, 1887.

 

:5 S.F. Chronicle. January 30, 1887.

 

:6 The original Park Lodge after a 12 inch snowfall on February 5, 1887.

 

:7 [The original Park Lodge.]

 

:8 [The Park Lodge.]

 

:9 Lake, near Haight St. Entrance, Golden Gate Park. [No. 5744. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:10 Park Lodge.

 

:11 [Aerial view of eastern end and panhandle of Golden Gate Park.]

 

:12 Panorama from Strawberry Hill. Golden Gate Park. No. 5. [No. 195. Panorama includes prints 27:12, 14-17. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:13 Lone Mountain from Strawberry Hill. Golden Gate Park. [No. 196. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:14 Panorama from Strawberry Hill. Golden Gate Park. No. 4. Looking north. [No. 190. Panorama includes prints 27:12, 14-17. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:15 Panorama from Strawberry Hill. Golden Gate Park. No. 3. [No. 189. Panorama includes prints 27:12, 14-17. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:16 Panorama from Strawberry Hill. Golden Gate Park. No. 2. [No. 188. Panorama includes prints 27:12, 14-17. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:17 Panorama from Strawberry Hill. Golden Gate Park. No. 1. Looking west. [No. 187. Panorama includes prints 27:12, 14-17. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:18 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Looking south from Strawberry Hill. [No. 192. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:19 [Conservatory. Golden Gate Park.]

 

:20 Golden Gate Park, Conservatory. [No. 6477. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:21 View from Conservatory looking toward the Music Stand, Golden Gate Park. Ca. 1890. [No. 5735. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:22 [Conservatory. Golden Gate Park. Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:23 Laying the Corner-Stone Garfield Monument, San Francisco, Aug. 24, 1883. [No. 670. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:24 [Conservatory. Golden Gate Park. Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:25 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Conservatory and Music Stand. [No. B 2061. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:26 Conservatory, etc., Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. [No. A 410. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

:27 Conservatory, Golden Gate Park, S.F. [No. 92. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

:28 Golden Gate Park Conservatory, S.F. [No. 3714. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

:29 View of Conservatory, Golden Gate Park. [No. 5734. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

:30 Conservatory, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Oct. 16, 1895. [No. 7538. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

:31 The Conservatory. Golden Gate Park.

 

:32 End View. Conservatory. Golden Gate Park. San Francisco. [No. 181. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:33 Golden Gate Park, Conservatory and Sun Dial. [No. 6448. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

:34 Golden Gate Park. San Francisco. A Vista. [No. 199. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:35 Golden Gate Park. S.F. The Conservatory. [No. 184. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:36 View Golden Gate Park, Looking North West. [No. 6504. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:37 Golden Gate Park, Band Stand. [No. 3095. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber. ]

 

In Golden Gate Park.

 

:38

 

:39

 

:40 [Golden Gate Park.]

 

:41 [Golden Gate Park Conservatory. Lily Ponds. Photograph by Lange.]

 

:42 [Francis Scott Key Monument and Music Stand area, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:43 New Recreation Grounds, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Oct. 16, 1895. [No. 7540. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:44 Key Monument and Music Stand, Golden Gate Park, S.F., Cal.. [No. 4225. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:45 Music Stand, Golden Gate Park. [No. 6023. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:46 Concert Ground and Key Monument -- Golden Gate Park.

 

:47 Unveiling of Francis Scott Key Monument. July 4, 1888. [Photograph by J.R. Todd.]

 

:48 [Notice of unveiling of Francis Scott Key Monument, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, July 4, 1888.]

 

:49 [Francis Scott Key Monument.]

 

:50 Francis Scott Keyes' [sic] Monument, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7259. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

[Francis Drake Monument? Golden Gate Park.]

 

:51

 

:52

 

:53

 

:54 Main Drive -- Golden Gate Park. Ca. 1895. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:55 Golden Gate Park. 1898.

 

:56 Sunday riding in Golden Gate Park.

 

:57 From Foot of Strawberry Hill. Showing Park Water Works. [Duplicate of 27:116.]

 

:58 [Park Water Works.]

 

:59 Golden Gate Park, near Music Stand. [No. 5861. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:60 Suspension Bridge. Golden Gate Park.

 

:61 [Deer Park. Golden Gate Park.]

 

:62 Buffalo Paddock, Golden Gate Park. San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7260. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

[Buffalo Paddock. Golden Gate Park.]

 

:63

 

:64

 

:65 Deer Park at Golden Gate Park, S.F., Cal. Park Bell Tower on hill at top right (among trees). [No. 3701. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:66 Feeding the Deer, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7266. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:67 Golden Gate Park, Aviary. [No. 6451. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:68 The First Merry-Go-Round.

 

:69 Children's Play Ground.

 

:70 Golden Gate Park. Children's Play House and Scott Keyes' [sic] Monument, S.F., Cal. [No. 3711. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:71 [Children's Play Ground, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:72 [Children's Play House, Golden Gate Park. Photograph by A.W. Ericson.]

 

:73 [Merry-Go-Round and Children's Play House, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:74 Children's Play Grounds, Golden Gate Park. [No. 5871. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:75 Children's Play-House and Grounds, Golden Gate Park. [No. 5850. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:76 Children's Pavilion, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal. [No. 4471. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:77 [Children's Play House and Grounds, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:78 Golden Gate Park, Children's Play Ground. [No. 6462. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:79 Childrens [sic] Play Ground. Haight Street entrance in distance. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:80 Old Times at Golden Gate park -- Bob Whitney, Jim Code, Charlie Foley, Maurie McLoughlin. [Tennis match.]

 

:81 [Sculpture of baseball player, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:82 Starr King Statue, Golden Gate Park, S.F. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:83 ["Portals of the Past," Golden Gate Park. Once portico of A.N. Towne's Nob Hill residence, 1101 California Street, destroyed in earthquake and fire of 1906. Photograph by E.A. Cohen.]

 

:84 [Apple Press Monument. Golden Gate Park.]

 

:85 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. The Garfield Monument. [No. 185. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:86 "Monarch," the Examiner's Bear. [Reproduced from unidentified source.]

 

[Monarch, the Grizzly Bear.]

 

:87

 

:88

 

:89

 

:90

 

:91 [Park Panorama, Strawberry Hill, Golden Gate Park.]

 

:92 Strawberry Hill and Lake, Golden Gate Park. [No. 6500. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:93 Golden Gate Park. Waterfall [i.e. Huntington Falls], Strawberry Hill. [No. 6474. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:94 Huntington Falls from the Island, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7271. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:95 General View of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. [No. 7267. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:96 Rustic Bridge, Golden Gate Park Lake, San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7251. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:97 Lake showing Island, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7268. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:98 Strawberry Hill Boat House, Golden Gate Park, S.F., Cal. [No. 2695. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:99 [Strawberry Hill Boat House, Golden Gate Park Lake, San Francisco.]

 

:100 [Falls at Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:101 [Strawberry Hill Boat House, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:102 [Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:103 Path Near Chain of Lakes. Feb. 1899.

 

:104 ["Portals of the Past." Portico from A.N. Towne's Nob Hill residence destroyed in earthquake and fire of 1906.]

 

:105 Lone Mountain and Golden Gate Park Reservoir. [No. 3522. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:106 Powell St. entrance to Golden Gate Park. [No. 5733. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:107 Golden Gate Park, Bridge and Lake at Entrance. Haight Street Entrance. 1890s. [No. 6467. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:108 Golden Gate Park. Page Street Entrance. Ca. 1890s. [Golden Gate Park.]

 

[M.H. DeYoung Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:109

 

:110

 

:111

 

:112

 

:113

 

:114

 

:115

 

:116 From Foot of Strawberry Hill. Showing Park Water Works. [Duplicate of 27:57.]

 

:117 [Unidentified column, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:118 California Midwinter International Exposition. 1894. M. Blaisdell.

 

:119 Electric Tower. M. Blaisdell. [From California Midwinter International Exposition, 1894.]

 

:120 Machinery Hall. M. Blaisdell. [From California Midwinter International Exposition, 1894.]

 

:121 View of Midwinter Exposition from Strawberry Hill. M. Blaisdell.

 

:122 [M.H. DeYoung Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:123 DeYoung Museum.

 

Golden Gate Park, S.F., Cal. [Casino Restaurant. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:124

 

:125

 

:126 [Casino Restaurant. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California.]

 

:127 ["Perils of the Deep. Sailing on the Old Casino Canal. Beauties of the Scenery En Route. Another Fine Sunday Draws a Big Crowd to the city's breathing spot." Draft for San Francisco Chronicle story, April 8, 1895. Continued on print 27:128. Final printed version 27:129-137.]

 

:128 ["Perils of the Deep. Sailing on the Old Casino Canal. Beauties of the Scenery En Route. Another Fine Sunday Draws a Big Crowd to the city's breathing spot." Draft for San Francisco Chronicle story, April 8, 1895. Continued from print 27:127. Final printed version 27:129-137.]

 

["Perils of the Deep. Sailing on the Old Casino Canal. Beauties of the Scenery En Route. Another Fine Sunday Draws a Big Crowd to the city's breathing spot." From San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 1895. Includes prints 27:129-137. Draft version 27:127-128.]

 

:129

 

:130

 

[Illustration for "Perils of the Deep. Sailing on the Old Casino Canal. Beauties of the Scenery En Route. Another Fine Sunday Draws a Big Crowd to the city's breathing spot." From San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 1895. Includes prints 27:129-137. Draft version 27:127-128.]

 

:131

 

:132

 

["Perils of the Deep. Sailing on the Old Casino Canal. Beauties of the Scenery En Route. Another Fine Sunday Draws a Big Crowd to the city's breathing spot." From San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 1895. Includes prints 27:129-137. Draft version 27:127-128.]

 

:133

 

:134

 

:135

 

[Illustration for "Perils of the Deep. Sailing on the Old Casino Canal. Beauties of the Scenery En Route. Another Fine Sunday Draws a Big Crowd to the city's breathing spot." From San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 1895. Includes prints 27:129-137. Draft version 27:127-128.]

 

:136

 

:137

 

:138 [Lacking.]

 

:139 Bird's-Eye View of the Midwinter Fair from Strawberry Hill. [California Midwinter International Exposition, 1894. Panorama, accompanying 27:140.]

 

:140 Bird's-Eye View of the Midwinter Fair from Strawberry Hill. [California Midwinter International Exposition, 1894. Panorama, accompanying 27:139.]

 

:141 [Unidentified statue from California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. 1894.]

 

:142 [California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. 1894.]

 

:143 [California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. 1894. Panorama view, accompanying print 27:150.]

 

:144 [Roller coaster. California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. 1894.]

 

:145 "Firth Wheel" at Midwinter Fair. Golden Gate Park. 1894. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:146 ["Firth Wheel" at California Midwinter International Exposition. Golden Gate Park. 1894. Society of California Pioneers.]

 

:147 [Man atop "Queen Jumbo," elephant. California Midwinter International Exposition.]

 

[California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. 1894.]

 

:148

 

:149

 

:150 Near View of Sunset City. [California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. 1894. Panorama view, accompanying print 27:143.]

 

:151 [Locomotive engines. California Midwinter International Exposition, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:152 Japanese Tea Garden. 1894. M. Blaisdell.

 

Volume 28: Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

 

:1 Original Lodge. South side of Main Drive.

 

:2 Strawberry Hill. Main Drive.

 

:3 In Golden Gate Park. [No. 180. Photograph by Charles B. Turrill.]

 

:4 [Sun Dial. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:5 [Verdi Monument. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:6 [Ulysses S. Grant Monument. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:7 [Unidentified Monument. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:8 Golden Gate Park Lodge.

 

:9 Golden Gate Park, showing Monuments and Children's Play House, S.F. [No. 3715. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:10 Near Conservatory. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:11 [Tunnel. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:12 DeYoung Museum. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:13 [Construction of Spreckels Band Stand. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:14 Building the Spreckles [i.e. Spreckels] Band Stand. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:15 Spreckles [i.e. Spreckels] Band Stand. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:16 Golden Gate Park Stables (now Kezar Stadium).

 

:17 [Windmill keeper's house. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:18 Gjoa. M. Blaisdell. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:19 Gjoa. M. Blaisdell. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:20 Deck of the Gjoa . M. Blaisdell. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

 

:21 Gjoa. M. Blaisdell. [Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.]

Volume 29.

Subseries 6: Chinese and Chinatown. Ca. 1860-ca. 1965 (bulk pre-1906)

Physical Description: 134 Photographs
 

Volume 29: Chinese and Chinatown

 

:1 Musician. [Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:2 Bartlett Alley. Chinese Quarter, San Francisco. [No. 3752.]

 

:3 California Street. West of Grant Avenue. 1907. A.C. Graves Collection.

 

:4 [Chinese on street.]

 

:5 Dupont [i.e. Grant Ave.] and Clay Streets. 1900.

 

:6 South side of Sacramento Street, west of Kearny Street. 1860s.

 

:7 [Chinese child. Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:8 Sacramento Street. Between Dupont and Stockton Streets. 1860s.

 

:9 Salvation Army rescue corp. 1900.

 

:10 Grant Avenue and California Street. 1945. Paul Henchey, Photographer.

 

:11 Chinese Store. Ca. 1904. SCP [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:12 [Unidentified chinese man, walking along street. Photograph by Slevin. No. 2833.]

 

:13 Chinatown Alley. Off of Washington Street. 1870s.

 

:14 Fish Alley.

 

:15 Chinese Josh-House, S.F., California.

 

:16 Brenham Place. West Side of Portsmouth Plaza. Monumental Engine Company. Ca. 1880.

 

:17 [Chinese children.]

 

:18 N. side Clay Street east from Waverly Place. 1905.

 

:19 Clay Street and Grant Avenue. 1920.

 

:20 [Chinese man with children.]

 

:21 Dupont Street [i.e. Grant Ave.]. Ca. 1890s. [Intersection of Dupont and Commercial Street, showing the Hang Far Low Chinese restaurant exterior.]

 

:22 Grant Avenue & California Street. 1915.

 

:23 [Chinese women on balcony.]

 

:24 Washington Street. East of Dupont Street. 1898.

 

:25 A Market Place. 1900s.

 

:26 [Chinese child.]

 

:27 Spofford Alley. Decorated for Moon Festival. 1908.

 

:28 [Chinese children.]

 

:29 [Chinese men in street.]

 

:30 [Chinese girls.]

 

:31 A back yard. 1890s. [No. 297. Date on photograph is 1880.]

 

:32 [Chinese man with child.]

 

:33 Chinese butcher and Grocery Shop, Chinatown, S.F. [No. B3140. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:34 [Chinese children.]

 

:35 San Francisco Police Department. Raiding Squad. Ca. 1890s.

 

:36 [Chinese market scene.]

 

:37 Dupont Street (Grant Avenue). [Night scene.]

 

:38 [Chinese women in street.]

 

:39 [Chinese children.]

 

:40 [Chinese market scene.]

 

:41 Clay Street. Between Dupont [i.e. Grant Ave.] & Stockton Streets. 1895.

 

:42 Clay Street between Dupont [i.e. Grant Ave.] & Stockton Streets. 1885.

 

:43 Provision Market in Alley in Chinatown, San Francisco. [No. B2689. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:44 Chinese Telephone Exchange. Chinese Museum. Mr. Choy.

 

:45 Chinese Telephone Exchange. Washington Street. Between Brenham Pl. & Grant Ave.

 

:46 Chinese newspapers.

 

:47 Pine Street. 1880-82. Near Kearny.

 

:48 Grant Avenue and Sacramento Street. 1940s.

 

:49 Grant Avenue.

 

:50 [Chinese Josh-House. Cf. 29:15, 29:61.]

 

:51 Vegetable Peddler. A once familiar sight in San Francisco. In 1890s.

 

:52 [Chinese woman on bench.]

 

:53 [Chinatown street scene.]

 

:54 Sacramento St. East of Dupont St. 1885.

 

:55 [Unidentified street and alley, Chinatown.]

 

:56 Sacramento Street east of Dupont St. [i.e. Grant Ave.]. 1895.

 

:57 Dupont Street.

 

:58 Portsmouth Plaza. [Photographic reproduction of painting by John Meigs.]

 

:59 Grant Ave. and Pine St. 1935.

 

:60 Golden Gate Park. 1890s.

 

:61 [Chinese Josh-House. Cf. 29:15, 29:50]

 

:62 A Barter.

 

:63 [Chinatown street scene.]

 

:64 Dupont & Jackson Streets. 1880s.

 

:65 2460 Sacramento Street. 1902. [Photograph by L. Slevin.]

 

:66 [Unidentified chinese musician.]

 

:67 [Chinese Children.]

 

:68 [Chinese Child.]

 

:69 [Chinatown street scene.]

 

[Park scene. Portsmouth Plaza?]

 

:72 [Chinatown street scene.]

 

:73 [Chinese woman with child. Photograph by J. Smith.]

 

:74 [Chinatown alley.]

 

[Unidentified Chinatown interior.]

 

:77 [Store interior. Chinatown.]

 

[Temple interior? Chinatown.]

 

:80 [Shop interior? Chinatown.]

 

:81 [Chinese child. Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

[Grant Avenue? Chinatown.]

 

:84 [Chinatown street scene.]

 

:85 [Chinese man.]

 

[Chinatown street scene.]

 

:88 [Chinese men. Photograph by J. Smith.]

 

:89 [Chinese man.]

 

:90 In Chinatown. [Photogravure & Color Company, New York.]

 

:91 Dupont Street (Grant Avenue) and California Street. 1910. [Photograph dated April 3, 1908.]

 

:92 Chinese Quarter, S.F. Cal. Dupont St. 1870s.

 

:93 Spofford Alley. [Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:94 Dupont St. 1870. [No. 124.]

 

:95 Chinese Quarter, Dupont and Sacramento Streets, San Francisco. Watkins New Series, Yosemite and Pacific Coast, 427 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. [No. B253. Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.]

 

:96 [Two Chinese men. Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:97 Chinatown, S.F. Cal. The Five Idols in the Holy of Holies in the Joss Temple of Lung Gong. [1887. Photograph by I.W. Taber.]

 

:98 Second Street bet. "A" & "B." San Rafael, Cal. 1964. [Sam Long Laundry.]

 

:99 [Chinese parade.]

 

:100 Chinese parade on Van Ness Avenue. 1912.

 

:101 Chinese women with dwarfed feet. [Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:102 A Busy Corner at New Year's.

 

:103 Underground opium den. [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:104 Officers of the Chinese Six Companies.

 

:105 A Marriage Ceremony. Pupils of Donaldina Cameron. (Posed at Presbyterian Mission.) Best man, groom, servant, bride, brother, two sisters, parents, child servant. [Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:106 Sacramento and Dupont Streets. Lk. west.

 

:107 Joe's House. Pt. Joe, Monterey Peninsula. 1890s. L.S. Slevin.

 

:108 Monterey. [Chinese fishing village.]

 

:109 Chinese fish village. Monterey. [Photograph of watercolor by William Adam. 1890s.]

 

:110 Chinese village. Monterey, California. [Photograph by L.S. Slevin.]

 

:111 Chinese fishing village, Monterey.

 

:112 Chinese village, Pebble Beach.

 

:113 Chinese fishing village. Monterey, Cal. in 90's.

 

:114 Chinese fishing village -- Monterey, Cal.

 

:115 Gathering kelp. Monterey, Cal.

 

:116 Chinese village, Monterey.

 

Monterey.

 

:119 Chinese Public School Children. San Francisco, Cal. [No. 7360. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:120 A Street Corner Merchant. San Francisco. [Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:121 Store Window in Chinatown, S.F., Cal. [No. B7. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:122 [Chinese children sitting in doorway.]

 

:123 [Chinese street vendor. Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:124 Man Fung Wo & Co. Butchers & Grocers. 921 Dupont Street [i.e. Grant Ave.]. 1908.

 

:125 Chinese tenement house.

 

:126 Chinese children often take care of brothers, sisters or charges almost as big as themselves and are very conscientious, capable and responsible nurses. [Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:127 Shrimp fisherman.

 

:128 Shrimp fishermen.

 

:129 Chinese, Gold Mining in California. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:130 ["Heading (top cut) of East Portal, Tunnel No. 8." Unidentified Chinese man working on construction of the Central Pacific Railroad in the Sierra Nevada mountains, near Donner Lake.] [Copy photograph of Alfred. A. Hart's C.P.R.R. stereograph no. 204.]

 

:131 [Chinese field workers.]

 

:132 [Chinese funeral procession. Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

 

:133 [Chinese Cemetery at Colma? Cf. 18:93.]

 

:134 [Chinese Cemetery at Colma? Cf. 18:93. Photograph by L.J. Stellman.]

Volumes 25-26, 42-49.

SERIES 2: CALIFORNIA AND OTHER WESTERN VIEWS. Ca. 1848-1967

Volumes 25-26.

Subseries 1: California Cityscapes and Landscapes. Ca. 1843-1936

Physical Description: 37 Photographs.
 

Volume 25: Views of California

 

:1 [Photographic reproduction of "The Miner's Ten Commandments" and the "Commandments to California Wives." Copyright 1853 and 1855, respectively, by James M. Hutchings. From unidentified print source.]

 

:2 "Interior Court of San Carlos de Boromeo [sic]." Carmel Mission [i.e. Mission San Carlos de Borromeo de Carmelo]. [Reproduction of painting?]

 

:3 Monterey -- California. Old Spanish custom house.

 

:4 Hotel Del Monte, front view from garden, Monterey, Cal. [No. 3407. Taber Photography.]

 

:5 Stockton. Flour Mill on Stockton Slough. Str. J.D. Peters. Str. Mary Garrett (distance). Mount Diablo snow covered. M. Blaisdell. [Photograph by Logan Photographers.]

 

:6 Plumas County Court House. Quincy, California, 1850's

 

:7 Ukiah. [Court house.]

 

:8 [Court house, unidentified location.]

 

:9 [Court house? Unidentified location.]

 

:10 Kern County Court House, Bakersfield, California. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers.]

 

:11 Monterey County Court House, Salinas, Cal. W. Alisal & Church Streets. Salinas, Calif.

 

:12 [Steamer Tahoe. Lake Tahoe?]

 

:13 [Unidentified winter landscape.]

 

:14 Mt. Lassen. [June 14, 1914.]

 

:15 Bakersfield, 1935. [Clock tower.]

 

:16 Fresno County Court House (demolished 1966), Maripose Street, Fresno, California

 

:17 [Advertisement for California and Oregon Stage Company. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:18 Mariposa Street & [Fresno County] Court House, Fresno, Cal.

 

:19 [Buildings, unidentified mountain location.]

 

:20 [Locomotive on exhibit. Unidentified event.]

 

Volume 26: Views of California

 

1: "The Mining Business in Four Pictures." [Clockwise from upper left: "Going to It"; "Making Something"; "Going out of It"; "Making Nothing."] [Reproduction of lithograph by Britton & Rey.]

 

:2 John L. Sutter. [Reproduction of painting by unidentified artist.] [Duplicate of 26:12.]

 

:3 Sutter's Mill, Coloma, Cal. [Reproduction of daguerreotype? Duplicate of 26:5.]

 

:4 [Montage of photographs picturing monument to James W. Marshall; detail of monument's plaque; photographic portrait of Marshall; engraving of Sutter's Mill; and Marshall's Coloma cabin. By Asher's Photos.]

 

:5 Sutter's Mill, South Fork, American River, Coloma. January 19th, 1848. [Reproduction of daguerreotype, copied by Carleton E. Watkins?] [Duplicate of 26:3.]

 

:6 [Monument to James Marshall, Coloma, California.] Taken May 1936.

 

:7 James W. Marshall Monument, Coloma. [Photograph by McCurry.]

 

:8 Sutter's Mill, 1851. [Reproduction of lithograph by A. Roman, from painting by Nahl.]

 

:9 Autograph of Jas. [i.e. James] W. Marshall the discoverer of gold in California. January 19th, 1848.

 

:10 [Portrait of James W. Marshall. Photograph by W.H. Pilliner.]

 

:11 Coloma, Ca 1850's. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified printed source.]

 

:12 Gen. [John A.] Sutter. [Reproduction of painting. Duplicate of 26:2.]

 

:13 Captain John A. Sutter. [Reproduction of print portrait.]

 

:14 Coloma, 1857. El Dorado County, California. [Reproduction of lithograph by Kuchel & Dresel.]

 

:15 [Reproduction of diary leaves, dated January and February, 1848. Text relates to James W. Marshall's discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill, Coloma, California. Diarist unknown. See also No. 26:17.]

 

:16 Sutter's Fort, Sacramento, Cal. 1847. [Reproduction of lithograph?]

 

:17 [Reproduction of diary leaves, dated January and February, 1848. Text relates to James W. Marshall's discovery of gold at Sutter's Mill, Coloma, California. Diarist unknown. See also No. 26:17.]

Volume 42.

Subseries 2: California Buildings. Ca. 1915?

Physical Description: 64 Photographs.
 

Volume 42: Buildings -- California (e.g. schools, hospitals, etc.)

 

:1 Public Library, San Francisco.

 

:2 Juvenile Court & Detention home, San Francisco. Shades installed by F.W. Callahan.

 

:3 Woodward Building, Oakland. Shades installed by H.A. Liese.

 

:4 Central National Bank, Oakland. Shades installed by Jas. Cahill. & Co.

 

:5 Herseman Building, Oakland. Shades by H.A. Liese.

 

:6 Estherbrook School, San Leandro. Shades installed by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:7 Oakland Hotel, Oakland. Shades installed Jas. Cahill & Co. [Reproduction of artist's rendering.]

 

:8 High school, Tracy.

 

:9 High school, St Helena. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:10 Clawson School, Oakland. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:11 Kahn Bros., Oakland. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:12 Vernon Hotel, Oakland. Shades installed by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:13 Olympic Club, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:14 Nurse's Home, City & County Hospital, San Francisco.

 

:15 Public Library, Melrose. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:16 Hilgard Hall, U. of Calif. [i.e. University of California], Berkeley. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:17 Girls' High School, San Francisco. Shades installed by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:18 Lowell High School, San Francisco. Shades installed by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:19 Sarah B. Cooper School, San Francisco. Shades by W. & J. Sloane.

 

:20 Mary Help Hospital, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:21 Emergency Hospital, City & County Hospital, San Francisco.

 

:22 Standard Oil Co. Building, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:23 Polytechnic College, Oakland. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:24 Peabody School, San Francisco. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:25 Redding Grammar School, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:26 Sutro School, San Francisco. Shades by W. & J. Sloane.

 

:27 John Swett School, San Francisco. Shades by W. & J. Sloane.

 

:28 Patrick Henry School, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:29 Franklin School, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:30 California Packing Corporation, San Francisco. Shades installed by D.U. & E. Walter Co.

 

:31 Adams School, San Francisco. Shades by W. & J. Sloane.

 

:32 Daniel Webster School, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:33 Denamn School, San Francisco. Shades by W. & J. Sloane.

 

:34 McKinley School, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:35 Durant Grammar School, Oakland. Shades installed by Chamberlain & Osgood.

 

:36 Polytechnic High school, S.F. [Shades by] Hulse, Bradford Co.

 

:37 St. Lukes Hospital, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:38 Y.M.C.A. Bldg., San Francisco. Shades by W. & J. Sloane

 

:39 Mt. Zion Hospital, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:40 Thompson Bldg., Oakland. Shades installed by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:41 Security Bank, Oakland. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:42 Cliff Hotel, San Francisco. Shades by D.U. & E. Walter & Co.

 

:43 [Display booth of California Shade Cloth Company. Unidentified location.]

 

:44 Mills College, Oakland. Shades by Tri City Window Shade Co.

 

:45 Broadman School, San Leandro. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:46 Residence, San Mateo. Shades installed by Hulse-Bradford Co.

 

:47 Peralta Apartments, Oakland. Shades by Jas. Cahill & Co.

 

:48 A row of bungalows, Alameda. Shades by Tri City Window Shade Co.

 

:49 Residence, Burlingame. Shades installed by Royal Furniture Co.

 

:50 Residence, Alameda. Shades by Tri City Window Shade Co.

 

:51 Residence, Alameda. Shades by Tri City Window Shade Co.

 

:52 Residence, Oakland. Shades by H.A. Liese.

 

:53 Residence, Hillsboro. Shades by Manthey Bros. [No. 3868. Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:54 Residence, Hillsboro. Shades by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:55 El Dorado School, Stockton. Shades by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:56 North School, Stockton. Shades by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:57 Weber School, Stockton. Shades by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:58 Spreckels Sugar Co. Club House, Manteca. Shades installed by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:59 St. Agnes College Stockton. Shades installed by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:60 Spreckles Sugar Co. Office, Manteca. Shades installed by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:61 Washington Grammar School, Stockton. Shades by Manthey Bros. [No. 1916. Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:62 High school, Stockton. Shades by Manthey Bros. [No. 21. Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:63 Jackson School, Stockton. Shades by Manthey Bros. [Photograph by Logan Studio.]

 

:64 Weber Grammar School, Stockton. Shades installed by Manthey Bros. [No. 2192. Photograph by Logan Studio.]

Volumes 43-44.

Subseries 3: California Missions. 1902

Physical Description: 64 Photographs.
 

Volume 43: Missions -- California

 

:1 San Diego, 1769. [Mission San Diego de Alcal .]

 

:2 [Mission San Diego de Alcal . Founded 1769.]

 

:3 [Mission San Diego de Alcal . Founded 1769.]

 

:4 [Mission San Diego de Alcal . Founded 1769.]

 

:5 [Mission San Diego de Alcal . Founded 1769.]

 

:6 [Mission San Diego de Alcal . Founded 1769.]

 

:7 San Luis Rey, 1798. [Duplicate of 43:8.] [Mission San Luis Rey de Francia.]

 

:8 [Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Founded 1789.] [Duplicate of 43:7.]

 

:9 [Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Founded 1789.]

 

:10 [Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Founded 1789.]

 

:11 [Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Founded 1789.]

 

:12 [Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Founded 1789.]

 

:13 San Juan Capistrano, 1776.

 

:14 [Mission San Juan Capistrano. Founded 1776.]

 

:15 [Mission San Juan Capistrano. Founded 1776.]

 

:16 [Mission San Juan Capistrano. Founded 1776.]

 

:17 San Gabriel, 1771. [Mission San Gabriel Arcángel.]

 

:18 [Mission San Gabriel Arcángel. Founded 1771.]

 

:19 San Bernardino, 1820.

 

:20 San Fernando, 1797. [Mission San Fernando Rey de España.]

 

:21 [Mission San Fernando Rey de España. Founded 1797.]

 

:22 [Mission San Fernando Rey de España. Founded 1797.]

 

:23 San Buena Ventura, 1782. [Mission Buenaventura.]

 

:24 Santa Barbara, 1786.

 

:25 [Mission Santa Barbara. Founded 1786.]

 

:26 [Mission Santa Barbara. Founded 1786.]

 

:27 [Mission Santa Barbara. Founded 1786.]

 

:28 [Mission Santa Barbara. Founded 1786.]

 

:29 [Mission Santa Barbara. Founded 1786.]

 

:30 Santa Ynez, 1804. [Mission Santa Inés.]

 

:31 [Mission Santa Inés (or Santa Ynez). Founded 1804.]

 

:32 [Mission Santa Inés (or Santa Ynez). Founded 1804.]

 

Volume 44: Missions -- California

 

Missions

 

:1 La Purisima Concepcion, 1787.

 

:2 [Mission La Purisima Concepción. Founded 1787.]

 

:3 La Purisima Concepcion, 1817. [i.e. Mission San Rafael de Arcángel? (Founded 1817.)]

 

:4 [Mission San Rafael de Arcángel? (Founded 1817.)]

 

:5 San Luis Obispo, 1772. [Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa.]

 

:6 San Miguel, 1797. [Mission San Miguel Arcángel.]

 

:7 [Mission San Miguel Arcángel. Founded 1797.]

 

:8 [Mission San Miguel Arcángel. Founded 1797.]

 

:9 San Antonio, 1771.

 

:10 [Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded 1771.]

 

:11 [Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded 1771.]

 

:12 [Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded 1771.]

 

:13 [Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded 1771.]

 

:14 [Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded 1771.]

 

:15 [Mission San Antonio de Padua. Founded 1771.]

 

:16 Soledad, 1791. [Mission Nuestra Señora de Soledad.]

 

:17 San Carlos. [Military Chapel.] [Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (or Mission Carmel). Founded 1770.]

 

:18 San Carlos. [Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (or Mission Carmel). Founded 1770.]

 

:19 [Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (or Mission Carmel). Founded 1770.]

 

:20 [Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (or Mission Carmel). Founded 1770.]

 

:21 San Juan Bautista, 1797.

 

:22 San Francisco de Assisi, 1776.

 

:23 [Mission San Francisco de Asís (or Mission Dolores). Founded 1776.]

 

:24 San Francisco de Solano, 1823.

 

Spanish Era Secular Buildings

 

:25

 

:26 Washington Hotel, Monterey.

 

:27 Adobe, San Buena Ventura [or San Buenaventura].

 

:28 Marriage Place of Ramona, San Diego.

 

:29 Adobe, San Miguel.

 

:30 Custom House, Tia Juana [i.e. Tijuana], Mex.

 

Missions

 

:31 San Jose, 1797.

 

:32 [San Antonio de Pala, asistencia of Mission San Luis Rey de Francia. Founded 1815.]

Volumes 45-49.

Subseries 4: California, Nevada, and Oregon. Ca. 1857-1967

Physical Description: 1, 108 Photographs.
 

Volume 45: Scenic Views by R.D. Graves (Yosemite, Sonoma Co., etc.)

 

:1 [Unidentified church.]

 

:2 [Unidentified church.]

 

:3 St. Sava, Jackson. [Saint Sava Serbian Orthodox Church. Jackson, California.]

 

:4 [Unidentified church.]

 

:5 [Unidentified church.]

 

:6 [Unidentified building. Erected 1854]

 

:7 [Half Dome, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:8 [El Capitan, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:9 [Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:10 [Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:11 [View of unidentified lake, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:12 [Face of South Dome, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:13 [Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:14 [El Capitan, Yosemite Valley. Unidentified party.]

 

:15 [Coastal scene. Unidentified location.]

 

:16 [Unidentified lake.]

 

:17 [View of forest and mountains. Unidentified location.]

 

:18 [Unidentified landscape.]

 

:19 [Unidentified church.]

 

:20 [Unidentified church.]

 

:21 [Mission Santa Inés (or Santa Ynez).]

 

:22 [Unidentified church.]

 

:23 [Coastal scene. Unidentified location.]

 

:24 [Unidentified lake.]

 

:25 [Courthouse. Unidentified location.]

 

:26 [Facade. Mission San Antonio de Padua. Monterey County.]

 

:27 [Facade. Mission San Diego de Alcal . San Diego.]

 

:28 [Lighthouse. Unidentified location.]

 

:29 [Shore scene. Unidentified lake.]

 

:30 [San Francisco Bay, from Sausalito area. Picturing San Francisco, Alcatraz Island, Yerba Buena and Treasure Islands, and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.]

 

:31 [Brick bridge. Unidentified location.]

 

:32 [Steam train. Unidentified location.]

 

:33 [Coit Tower, Telegraph Hill, San Francisco. Engine No. 8, State Belt Railroad of California, foreground.]

 

:34 [Jack London's Rendezvous. Heinold's First and Last Chance. Exterior of Johnny Heinold's. At foot of Webster Street, Oakland. 1940.]

 

:35 [Three dogs under the gate.]

 

:36 [Cable car at Grace Cathedral, California Street, San Francisco.]

 

:37 [Saint Paulus Lutheran Church. San Francisco.]

 

:38 [Unidentified landscape.]

 

:39 [Unidentified landscape.]

 

:40 [Ethel Graves standing before covered bridge. Unidentified location.]

 

:41 [View of unidentified lake.]

 

:42 [Unidentified mountain.]

 

:43 [Unidentified mountain.]

 

:44 [Unidentified mountain.]

 

:45 [Unidentified mountain.]

 

:46 [Ticket office with pot belly stove. Unidentified location.]

 

:47 [Unidentified mountain.]

 

:48 [View of unidentified peaks.]

 

:49 [Ethel Graves. At shore of unidentified lake.]

 

:50 [Exterior view, Nevada State Museum.]

 

:51 [Ethel Graves. At lakeside cabin. Unidentified location.]

 

:52 [Roy D. Graves. On porch of cabin. Unidentified location.]

 

:53 [First Communicants? Unidentified Church.]

 

:54 [Field, with trailer. Unidentified location.]

 

:55 [Unidentified landscape.]

 

:56 [Cattle. Unidentified location.]

 

:57 [Unidentified landscape.]

 

:58 [Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (or Mission Carmel). Carmel.]

 

:59 [Facade. Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (or Mission Carmel). Carmel. Ethel Graves at left.]

 

:60 [Arcade. Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmel (or Mission Carmel)? Carmel.]

 

:61 [Grounds. Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmel (or Mission Carmel). Carmel.]

 

:62 [Nicasio School. Founded 1871.]

 

:63 [Church]

 

:64 Soquel. Santa Cruz Co. [Unidentified church.]

 

:65 [Unidentified child on burro.]

 

:66 [Ethel Graves. Unidentified location.]

 

:67 [Unidentified church.]

 

:68 [Unidentified church.]

 

:69 [Lighthouse. Unidentified location.]

 

:70 [Multnomah Falls, Oregon.]

 

:71 [Multnomah Falls, Oregon.]

 

:72 [Mountain scene. Unidentified location.]

 

:73 [Wilson & Haley General Merchandise and Funeral Parlor. Unidentified location.]

 

:74 [Street scene, Murphys.]

 

:75 [Warm Springs Hotel. 1955.]

 

:76 [El Capitan and Merced River, Yosemite Valley.]

 

:77 [Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley. Unidentified people at bridge.]

 

:78 [Unidentified church.]

 

:79 [Unidentified church.]

 

:80 [Octagonal house. Unidentified location.]

 

:81 [Octagonal house. Unidentified location.]

 

:82 [Octagonal house. Unidentified location.]

 

:83 [Octagonal house. Unidentified location.]

 

Volume 46: Alameda and Contra Costa Counties

 

:1 Bird's eye view of Oakland in the 1870's. San Antonio Creek (the estuary); left front, approaches to Oakland Pier; 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street Dam; Lake Merritt; right front, foot of Pacific Avenue. (Towns of Clinton and San Antonio combined and were then called Brooklyn; when the east side of of Lake Merritt was annexed, Brooklyn became East Oakland. Lake Merritt was originally Lake Peralta.) Snow and Roos, illustrators; lithograph drawn by Augustus Foch.

 

:2 Broadway, north from Ninth Street, 1889-90.

 

:2a Oakland, Ca. from ferry. Foot of Broadway. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:3 Corner of Seventh and Broadway, looking north on Broadway. Drawing, 1885. Wooden canopies. (Print from unknown published copy.)

 

:4 1869. Oakland. Seventh and Broadway. Broadway from Railroad Station.

 

:5 Tenth and Broadway. Ca. 1869.

 

:6 Twelfth Street Dam in 1890. Lake Merritt on left; Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruitvale Railway Line (horse-car line), which ran as far as 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] Ave. -- not to Fruitvale.

 

:7 City Hall at 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Washington Streets. Not [i.e. Note] sidewalks.

 

:8 Second City Hall. Ca. 1895.

 

:9 Second City Hall. San Pablo and 14th [i.e. Fourteenth]. Bandstand in plaza.

 

:10 City Hall, ca. 1900. Hamilton Hotel behind City Hall.

 

:11 Alameda County Courthouse. Broadway between Fourth and Fifth. Ca. 1890.

 

:12 Alameda County Courthouse. Ca. 1880.

 

:13 Alameda County Courthouse. Ca. 1900.

 

:14 Alameda County Hall of Records. Fifth and Broadway. 1905.

 

:15 Present City Hall. Ca. 1914.

 

:16 Old City Hall. Bunting and emblems for GAR [i.e. Grand Army of the Republic] encampment. Facing Washington Street. 1886.

 

:17 Oakland estuary; photo taken by E.A. Cohen. Looking west from the present site of Webster Street Bridge.

 

:18 Southern Pacific -- Oakland Long Wharf -- for deep water ships and ferry boats until the Oakland Pier was built in the 1880's. Key Route trestle in background. Ca. 1915.

 

:19 Oakland Harbor, looking from coal bunkers at the foot of Clay Street. Ca. 1912.

 

:20 Southern Pacific Depot at the foot of 16th [i.e. Sixteenth] Street, looking northeast. Beyond is the Bay; later filled in. 1900.

 

:20a [Sixteenth St. depot, Oakland. Southern Pacific Railroad.]

 

:21 Southern Pacific depot, looking southwest. [From Seventh and Broadway. 1869.]

 

:22 Chabot Observatory in Layfayette Square, Tenth and Jefferson. 1890.

 

:23 Dietz Opera House, ca. 1880. The building next door was later called the Dewey Opera House, where actor Lander Stevens and his wife Georgia Cooper played; later it became a ten-cent theater which showed such things as "Nettie the News Girl," and "New York after Dark." Twelfth and Webster Streets.

 

:24 Dietz Opera House. Hotel Oakland in background. Ca. 1910.

 

:25 Tenth and Washington Streets, looking toward Ninth. Hotel Vendome. Canvas awnings have replaced wooden, 1905.

 

:26 San Pablo and Broadway. Cable line on San Pablo ran to Emeryville at Park Avenue. Ca. 1900.

 

:27 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Broadway, ca. 1900.

 

:28 Broadway, San Pablo, and 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Street gore (same as No. 26). Standiford's ice cream store went through from San Pablo to Broadway making a dog-leg turn (a long narrow building). Ca. 1895.

 

:29 Macdonough Theater building. 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Broadway. Legitimate theater. 1894.

 

:30 San Pablo Avenue. Grand Theater on extreme right, showed vaudeville and moving pictures, interspersed with stereoptican [i.e. stereopticon] slides and singing; Oakland Trunk Factory -- 56 San Pablo Ave.; Tobin Saloon. 1908.

 

:31 Fourth and Franklin Streets. Kiel & Evans Carriage Factory. 1912.

 

:32 Union Savings Bank, corner of 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] and Broadway, looking towards East Oakland. Great Western Power Company plant in estuary; Hotel St. Mark on Franklin Street.

 

:33 Looking west on 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street, San Francisco Bay in distance. First Congregational Church; Seventh Day Adventist Church (12th [Twelfth] and Clay); Masonic Temple in foreground. Ca. 1906.

 

:34 Interior of Johnny Heinold's Saloon. Foot of Webster St. Ca. 1940.

 

:35 Exterior of Johnny Heinold's Saloon. Ca. 1940.

 

:36 San Pablo and Broadway in early 1870s. Wooden awnings; horsecar tracks close to sidewalks.

 

:37 Telegraph and Broadway. Drinking fountain with statue.

 

:38 Webster Street bridge, looking toward Oakland. Tribune Tower in distant right. Ca. 1915.

 

:39 Webster and Alice Street bridges. Ca. 1912.

 

:40 Construction work around Grove and 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Streets. Ca. 1900.

 

:41 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Clay Streets. Ca. 1900.

 

:42 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Broadway. City Hall. Ca. 1900.

 

:43 Lake Merritt. 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street from East Oakland looking west. Bonton boat house. 1898.

 

:44 [Lacking.]

 

:45 Centerville, hotel. Veranda upstairs.

 

:45a South Pacific Coast Railroad, drawn by horses; freight train and caboose drawn by one horse. Newark to Centerville. Ca. 1895.

 

:45b  [Skipped.]

 

:45c Passenger and freight train drawn by three horses in tandem. Newark Station. (Locomotives were never used through Centerville on the narrow gauge; horses replaced locomotives for three miles, until after the earthquake.) Ca. 1895.

 

:46 East Oakland, Fourth Avenue. 1890 residences.

 

:47 Chabot Observatory, remodeled. Oakland High School in background. Ca. 1900.

 

:48 Washington Street, looking north from Seventh. Hotel Clarendon on left; Hotel Vendome in distance; City Hall at extreme end of street. Ca. 1898.

 

:49 Panorama of Oakland from Fourth and Broadway, looking southeast. Webster and Alice Street bridges; Italia Hotel in foreground; Roma Hotel and Panama Hotel in distance. Western Pacific Railway Company. 1910.

 

:50 Produce Exchange. 11th [i.e. Eleventh] and Franklin Streets. Ca. 1907.

 

:51 Produce Exchange, looking south. 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street.

 

:51a Produce Exchange, 1903.

 

:51b Produce Exchange, another view.

 

52 St. Mary's College. Ca. 1890.

 

:53 St. Mary's College. Ca. 1912.

 

:54 Tenth and Washington. Hotel Crelling (round windows); Wishart's Drug Store; Money-Back Smith's (now Smith's). Ca. 1905.

 

:55 Broadway from Ninth. Union Savings Bank. Arc lights. Ca. 1905.

 

:56 Washington Street looking from 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street; Masonic Temple on left; Kahn Brothers Lace House on right (Kahn's Store in Oakland -- recently changed to Rhodes); bicycle rack. Ca. 1900.

 

:56a Telegraph Ave electric car. 1895.

 

:56b [Skipped.]

 

:56c [Telegraph Avenue. July 3, 1926.] [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

56d Broadway & Telegraph Ave. [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:57 Ninth and Washington, looking north. Hotel Arlington on right; Hotel Vendome on left. Ca. 1904.

 

:58 Eleventh and Washington. Long's 30 cents Coffee (a pound), Long's Market; Whitthorne and Swan next door -- department store. Ca. 1914.

 

:59 Broadway, looking north from 11th [i.e. Eleventh], 1910.

 

:60 Twelfth and Broadway. Ca. 1910.

 

:61 Fourteenth and Broadway, looking south. Ca. 1910.

 

:62 [Skipped.]

 

:63 Union Savings Bank. Thirteenth and Broadway. Ca. 1910.

 

:64 Twelfth and Broadway. Ca. 1910.

 

:65 [Lacking.]

 

:66 Looking east on 14th [Fourteenth] Street from Jefferson. Taft & Pennoyer Department Store. 1912. [Oakland City Hall, left.]

 

:67 Twelfth and Franklin Streets. New City Hall under construction; Pantages Theater.

 

:68 Hotel Oakland and Tribune Tower. Thirteenth Street. Ca. 1915.

 

:69 Broadway from 11th [Eleventh] St., 1930s or late twenties.

 

:70 Twelfth and Clay Streets. Orpheum Theater. 1912.

 

:71 Bell Theater. San Pablo and 14th [i.e. Fourteenth]. Ca. 1909.

 

:72 Idora Park entrance. 43rd [i.e. Forty-third] and Telegraph Avenue. Amusement park with rides, theaters, dance halls, vaudeville shows, etc.

 

:73 City Hall, looking north from 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] and Washington. Maxwell Hardware Store on right. Ca. 1899.

 

:74 Saint Anthony's Catholic Church. 15th [i.e. Fifteenth] Street and 16th [i.e. Sixteenth] Avenue in East Oakland. Ca. 1895.

 

:75 Saint Francis de Sales. Hobart and Grove Streets, view from San Pablo. Ca. 1912.

 

:76 First Presbyterian Church. 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and Franklin Streets. Ca. 1900.

 

:77 First Presbyterian Church. Taken from Webster St. A balloon ascension -- the "City of Oakland" -- by Professor Van de Naillen. Old City Hall. Ca. 1902.

 

:78 First Congregational Church at 12th [i.e. Twelfth] and Clay. (Property sold in 1920 for $300,000; present value, $1,500,000.) Orpheum Theater built on this site (see No.70). Ca. 1915.

 

:79 Twenty-fourth and Broadway. First Presbyterian Church 1920s.

 

:80 First Baptist Church. 22nd [i.e. Twenty-second] and Telegraph. (Damaged during earthquake) 1920s.

 

:81 First Methodist-Episcopal Church. 1920s.

 

:82 First Methodist-Episcopal Church. 1920s.

 

:83 Trinity Episcopal Church. [Telegraph Avenue?]

 

:84 First Methodist-Episcopal Church.

 

:85 Temple Sinai. 28th [i.e. Twenty-third] and Webster.

 

:86 Fruitvale Congregational Church. Fruitvale Avenue.

 

:87 Bay Place and Montecito. St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 1920s.

 

:88 [Bay Place and Montecito. St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 1920s.]

 

:89 Another unnamed church.

 

:90 Saint Anthony's Church girls' school: Our Lady of Lourdes. (Now site of Saint Anthony's School.) Ca. 1902.

 

:91 Catholic home: Our Lady of Mercy. Fruitvale. 1920s.

 

:91a Convent of the Sacred Heart and Lake Merritt. (Lake Convent.) 1860s.

 

:92 Deutsches Altenheim. Fruitvale. Ca. 1900.

 

:92a Altenheim.

 

:93 [Lacking.]

 

:94 East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Street and 104th [i.e. One Hundred Fourth] Avenue. A horse-drawn road roller, with four horses. Ca. 1912.

 

:95 Lake Merritt. Private boathouses. Ca. 1912.

 

:96 [Lacking.]

 

:97 Convent boat landing, north end of lake. 1902.

 

:98 Lake Merritt, looking south to Bonton boathouse.

 

:99 Lake Merritt, looking north from 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street. The Willows. Adams Point. Ca. 1902.

 

:99a Lake Merritt, Oakland. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:100 City Hall and new buildings across lake. Ca. 1915.

 

:101 Oakland Fire Department high pressure pumping station. (Now belongs to the Recreation Department.) 1912.

 

:102 East Oakland industries. Ca. 1912.

 

:103 Toward Melrose district. Chlorox Chemical Corporation.

 

:104 [Lacking.]

 

:105 Fruitvale Avenue and east 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Street. Ca. 1912.

 

:106 Estuary at foot of Peralta Street, looking north. Southern Pacific Railroad Shipyard. Ca. 1912.

 

:107 Northwest corner of Ninth and Broadway. Ca. 1901. Contra Costa Water Company on corner (later become the People's Water Co., and then the East Bay Municipal Utilities District).

 

:108 High Street bridge across the estuary. Ca. 1902.

 

:109 Park Street bridge. Ca. 1898.

 

:110 Estuary looking from coal bunkers to west Alameda.

 

Oakland Estuary Webster Street Bridge destroyed when British Str. Lancaster collided with it in Feb. 1926. New bridge is 350' long x 24' roadway x two 7' sidewalks to be constructed by the Moore Dry-Dock Co., Oakland, Calif. March 13, 1926.

 

Oakland Estuary Webster Street Bridge destroyed when British Str. Lancaster collided with it in Feb. 1926. New bridge is 350' long x 24' roadway x two 7' sidewalks to be constructed by the Moore Dry-Dock Co., Oakland, Calif. March 13, 1926.

 

:112 [Lacking.]

 

:113 Webster Street Bridge before collision. Ca. 1924.

 

:113a Webster Street Bridge, looking northeast. Dec. 24, 1901.

 

:113b View southwest from Webster Street Bridge. Dec. 25, 1901.

 

:114 Oakland Harbor Ferry, at foot of Broadway. Steamer Newark. 1895.

 

:115 Before the tube. Harrison and Webster St. Bridges. Across the estuary. 1900.

 

:116 Key Route Pier, slip and ferry depot. Ca. 1903.

 

:117 Lake Shore and MacArthur Blvd. Grand Avenue in the distance. Ca. 1906.

 

:118 Oakland Avenue, looking toward Piedmont. Oakland Traction Company Railroad (Piedmont Ave. Line). 1906-07.

 

:119 North Oakland, ca. 1910. Jockey Club (race track) north of Emeryville in distance. Possibly around Broadway and Claremont Avenues.

 

:120 Claremont Hotel .

 

:120a Mills College, ca. 1895.

 

:120b [Skipped.]

 

:120c Oakland, Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum.

 

:120d Old tunnel between Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. 1900. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:121 [Skipped.]

 

:122 Mystic Maze in Piedmont Park.

 

:122a [Skipped.]

 

:122b Key Route Train.

 

:123 Key Route Inn, owned by the Key Route System. Train drove right into the hotel. 22nd [i.e. Twenty-second] and Broadway.

 

:124 Piedmont Baths (swimming pools). 24th [i.e. Twenty-fourth] and Harrison. Ca. 1895.

 

:125 Blair's Park (now upper end of Mountain View Cemetery). H. Casebolt Elevated Railroad, on cable; it was experimental and not a success (grease dripped from the cable on the passengers). 1880s.

 

:126 Blair's Park. Entrance; advertisements. [Reproduction from unidentified print source.]

 

:127 Blair's Park brochure. [Reproduction from unidentified print source.]

 

:128 Streetcar to Blair's Park. There was a streetcar turntable at Highland Avenue, and on Sundays when the park was open the car was allowed to coast down Highland Avenue past the Park, "going lickety-split" through the wheat fields, to Oakland Avenue where the car wold again be linked to the cable and go back to Oakland.

 

:129 Blair's Park. (Piedmont and Mountain View Railroad Company. Even numbers for closed cars; odd numbers for open cars.) Entrance.

 

:130 Entrance to Mountain View Cemetery. Horsecar, took passengers from streetcar to cemetery.

 

:131 St. John's Episcopal Church. Eighth and Grove. Ca. 1890.

 

:132 Fourteenth and Washington Streets; Piedmont Cable Car. 1897.

 

:133 Washington Square. East 14th St. and Seventh Ave. 1889. (Now Clinton Square.) Washington Hall in background where political meetings were held; Pierce Grocery Company; O.C. Kirk, plumber -- all in the same building.

 

:134 West Oakland, looking toward 12th [i.e. Twelfth] and Union Streets, 1930s.

 

:135 Brooklyn No.4 Engine House, and Clinton Hook and Ladder. East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Street and 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] Avenue. (Sullivan is missing from the picture -- the Oakland giant, nearly eight feet tall.) Ca. 1896.

 

:136 Same firehouse as No.135, circa 1898. [Brooklyn No. 4 Engine House; Clinton Hook & Ladder.]

 

:137 Hose cart of Engine No.4 at Brooklyn. Ca. 1896. [Two copies.] [Duplicate of 46:137.]

 

:138 Fire house E. 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] St. between 12th [i.e. Twelfth] and 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] Ave. (Engine House number 1?). Ca. 1890.

 

:139 No. 4 Engine, No. 3 truck, East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] and 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] Ave., Moffitt Home. Oakland 1925.

 

:140 [Horse-drawn fire engines. East Fourteenth Street and Thirteenth Avenue, Moffitt Home, Oakland. Ca. 1912.]

 

:141 Engine No. 4 again. [East Fourteenth Street and Thirteenth Avenue. Moffitt Home, Oakland. Ca. 1912.]

 

:142 [Hose cart, Engine No. 4. Brooklyn station. Ca. 1896.] [Duplicate of No.137.]

 

:143 John J. Hogarty, driver of truck No.2.

 

:144 Fred Brunjes, Stoker, No.4.

 

:145 J. J. Mulgrew, Foreman, truck No.2.

 

:146 Chemical No.3. East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] St. and 17th [i.e. Seventeenth] Ave. (To report a fire, one rushed to the fire alarm box, to read the notice "Key at corner," and then had to go to the house on the corner -- "you had to be a mystic to know which one" -- for the key and then rush back to the box to turn on the alarm.) Peter Saul, driver, circa 1896.

 

:147 Chemical No. 1. 13th [i.e. Thirteenth] and Webster Streets. [Fire station].

 

:148 Chemical No. 2. 24th [i.e. Twenty-fourth] and Magnolia Sts. Ca. 1898. [Fire station].

 

:149 Engine No.5. Milton and Market Sts.

 

:150 Engine No.6. East 15th [i.e. Fifteenth] St. between 22nd [i.e. Twenty-second] and 23rd [i.e. Twenty- third] Ave.

 

:151 Hose cart, Engine No. 3. Seventh St. near Union.

 

:152 Engine No.6. Ca. 1920.

 

:153 Engine No.1, Berkeley. Steamer and three-wheel tractor -- early motorization. Ca. 1912.

 

:154 A Berkeley fire engine. 1920.

 

:155 Fallon from Eighth Street. 1912.

 

:156 Looking down Eighth Street from Fallon. 1912.

 

:157 University of California boathouse. Sessions Basin, Oakland inner harbor. 1899.

 

:158-159 [Lacking.]

 

:160 Brooklyn Lumber Yard. Foot of 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Ave. -- also called Derby's Lumber Yard. 1892.

 

:161 Seventeenth Avenue between 12th [i.e. Twelfth] and East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Streets. Brooklyn Tannery on right; California Cotton Mills in distance (working hours six to six, with half hour for lunch); California Wire Cloth Co. 1910.

 

:162 East 12th [i.e. Twelfth] St. and 13th [.i.e Thirteenth] Ave. Brooklyn Hotel extreme right; East Oakland Hotel (bay window); Olander's Saloon, next door to barber shop. Ca. 1912.

 

:163 Thirteenth Avenue south from East 12th Street. Pile of oyster shells both advertise and provide dump for an oyster restaurant; Rathjen's Livery Stable; rice, hardware and glass, 1890.

 

:164 Fourteenth and Broadway, looking east. Central Bank Building; Hotel Oakland in background. 1912.

 

:165 A gathering, perhaps at Moss Park. Ca. 1900.

 

:166 Wells Fargo & Company money wagon. Messenger is Roy Grave's brother, Clifton Graves, about thirteen years old.

 

:167 American Hotel. Probably around Fourth and Franklin Streets. Ca. 1910.

 

:168 Albany Hotel, Fifteenth and Broadway. Ca. 1900.

 

:169 Hotel Crellin. Tenth and Washington.

 

:170 Tubbs Hotel, burned in 1890s. East 12th St., near Washington Square.

 

:171 Types of homes; veterinarian Hogarty (father of fireman Hogarty in No.143). East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] St. between 16th [i.e. Sixteenth] and 17th [Seventeenth] Aves. 1890.

 

:172 One of the original homes of Old San Antonio. E. 14th [i.e. Fourteenth St.] between 15th [i.e. Fifteenth] & 16th [Sixteenth] Ave. 1935.

 

:172a-172b [Skipped.]

 

:172c San Antonio Creek from the railroad; Lake Merritt. Jute Mill.

 

:172d General View of San Antonio, Alameda County.

 

:172e [Skipped.]

 

:172f Charles Heesman Home, 1st Ave. and East 12th [i.e. Twelfth] St. 1904.

 

:173 The Emery Home in Emeryville. Shell Mound Park in background. Alameda County Atlas of 1877. [Reproduction of illustration.]

 

:174 Saint Joseph's Church and School. California and Addison Sts., Berkeley. Ca. 1918. (Still there.)

 

:174a N.E. corner University and Shattuck. [Berkeley.]

 

:174b N.W. corner University and Shattuck. 1887. [Berkeley.]

 

:175 Shattuck Avenue. 1910. [Berkeley.]

 

:176 Southern Pacific Station at University and Shattuck. (Now an island of stores: Roos-Atkins, etc.) Ca. 1912. [Berkeley.]

 

:176a Shattuck-University, circa 1920. [Berkeley.]

 

:176b U.C. [i.e. University of California, Berkeley] from University and Oxford. Ca. 1890.

 

:176c Northeast corner Shattuck and Berkeley Way. Ca. 1898. Old Clapp's Hall, opposite where the first public school started.

 

:176d Berkeley Volunteer Fire Department. Marston Hose #2.

 

:176e-f [Skipped.]

 

:176g California Cotton Mill Railroad Ave. and Kennedy St. East Oakland. Ca. 1895.

 

:177 San Pablo Avenue, north of University. Raspiller Brewing Company -- "the Japanese brewery" -- said to be haunted. Ca 1909.

 

:178 Looking from El Cerrito (hill) over what is now Albany.

 

:179 Moving a schoolhouse with capstan; building rolled on hardwood rollers. [Berkeley.]

 

:180 Improving north Berkeley for home-building. Bucirus [i.e. Bucyrus] steam shovel. 1924. [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:181 A new home in north Berkeley. Saint Joseph's Academy in distance. 1924.

 

:182 El Cerrito area. San Pablo Avenue in distance; Pullman Works in far distance. (Between El Cerrito and Richmond there was a township called Stege.) 1924.

 

:183 Berkeley hills looking west towards El Cerrrito Hill. 1924.

 

:184 [El Cerrito Hill, from North Berkeley Hills.]

 

:185 University of California, circa 1898. The three main buildings on campus. [North Hall, center.]

 

:186 University of California buildings, circa 1898. [South Hall, center.]

 

:187 [North Hall, University of California, Berkeley. Ca. 1898.]

 

:188 [Unidentified building, University of California, Berkeley. Ca. 1898.]

 

:189 Panorama of the University of California, looking west. Ca. 1892. [Berkeley.]

 

:190 Statue of football player, University of California. [Berkeley.]

 

:191 Berkeley fire ruins. [1923.]

 

:191a Berkeley fire ruins. [1923.]

 

:191b Park Ave. and S.P.R.R. [i.e Southern Pacific Railroad] tracks, at the foot of Park Ave., Emeryville. Ca. 1912.

 

:192 Saint Joseph's Academy for Boys, Peralta Park, four blocks north of Virginia Street at California and Hopkins Sts. (Curtis St. in that area was named for an actor named Curtis who built a home for old actors and actresses -- Peralta Hall in Peralta Park which was bought by the Christian Brothers and used as an academy for boys. Orday St. was named for an actor named Bill Orday, who acted in a play Samuel of Posen, which gave Posen St. it's name. Albina St. and several others were named for actors and actresses in Samuel of Posen. Albany was once Oceanview; Curtis' theater in Oceanview ran a raffle once a week for lots in the township.) The ivy-covered gate in the picture is the jawbone of a whale. Ca. 1924.

 

:193 Main building. Saint Joseph's Academy, 1924. [Berkeley.]

 

:194 Old Peralta Hall. 1924. [St. Joseph's Academy for Boys. Berkeley.]

 

:195 Groundkeeper's house at St. Joseph's, left foreground. [St. Joseph's Academy for Boys. Berkeley.]

 

:196 Alameda City Hall. 1900.

 

:197 A stable in West Alameda. Covered tank in left foreground; tandem bicycle for a man and woman (no bar by the woman's seat).

 

:198 Webster St. in West Alameda. Circa 1899-1900. West End Restaurant on right, J. Cambridge Sanitary Plumbing on the left.

 

:199 West Alameda. Steel tower with arc lights to light the whole town; the Key Route trains first used arc lights.

 

:199a Alameda Pacific Coast Borax Co.

 

:199b Barnes and Tibbitts Shipyard. [Alameda.]

 

:200 Highland Park and Fruitvale streetcar. They were horsecars at first, later electrified.

 

:201 A streetcar with roof added to make it a double-decker. Sessions had two lines: the Trestle Glen line and the Highland Park-Fruitvale line. The Trestle Glen line was double-enders; the Highland Park-Fruitvale line was single-enders and went out to Beulah Park and California College (where Highland Hospital is now).

 

:202 [Lacking.]

 

:203 Winery at Irvington (destroyed by the earthquake). 1890s.

 

:204 Hotel at Warm Springs, August 1955. It was a hotel for medicinal waters, later a convent of the Holy Family Order.

 

:204a Warm Springs, Alameda Co., from the road.

 

:204b The Warm Springs Hotel, Alameda Co.

 

:204c The Lake at Warm Springs, Alameda Co.

 

:205 Mission San Jose. 1900.

 

:206 Riverside Hotel at Alvarado -- a resort hotel. 1935.

 

:206a Drinking fountain erected by Richmond women.

 

:206b Richmond Avenue, Richmond. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:206c Refinery, Standard Oil Co., Richmond.

 

:206d Portion of 400 oil tanks, Standard Oil Co., Richmond. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:206e 8th [i.e. Eighth] and Ripley Sts., Richmond -- Foster's Lots. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:206f Electric Ry., Richmond, Cal. [East Shore and Suburban Railway Co.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miler.]

 

:206g N.E. cor. McDonald Av. & 6th [Sixth] St., Richmond. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:206h Chinese shrimp camp, Richmond, Cal.

 

:206i Waterfront, Richmond. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:206j Bay Shore & California Winery, Richmond.

 

:206k Richmond, California.

 

:206l San Pablo Bay. Point San Pablo. San Francisco Bay.

 

:206m San Pablo Bay. Point San Pablo. San Francisco Bay.

 

:207 Richmond-San Rafael ferry landing at Point Richmond. Red Rock in the bay, 1922.

 

:208 East Shore and Suburban Railroad. 1905.

 

:209 [Lacking.]

 

:210 Selby Smelter at Selby, California. (Now the site of the highest chimney in the world, designed to carry off the poisonous smoke from molten lead.) Ca. 1915.

 

:211 California and Hawaiian Sugar Refinery, Crockett. On the hill is a '57 to advertize Heinz Soups, 1922. [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:212 [Skipped.]

 

:213 Cantilever Bridge, Carquinez Straits. Raising span #7 into position. 3:15 p.m., March 19, 1927.

 

:214 Ships around the base of Carquinez bridge as fenders. The Issaquah, 1930.

 

:215 Port Costa. "More saloons than population." Called Port Casey, after Judge Casey, a popular judge.

 

:216 Ferry Exchange Hotel (Port Costa Saloon). (Graves was on the tug Henry J. Biddle as chief engineer, around Port Costa.) 1880s.

 

:217 Lighthouse. The Brothers Islands; entrance to San Pablo Bay from San Francisco Bay. 1912.

 

:218 Old Cameron/Stanford House, now Public Museum, Oakland, Ca.

 

:219 [Old Cameron/Stanford House. Later a Public Museum. Oakland.]

 

:220 College of California, later (after 1868) University of California. [Oakland.]

 

:221 View in Brooklyn; East 12th [i.e. Twelfth] Street and 11th [i.e. Eleventh] Avenue, looking west. Tubbs Hotel tower in distance.

 

:222 Point Richmond (C and H Sugar Refinery). [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:223 Carquinez Strait.

 

:224 1515 E. 15th [i.e. Fifteenth] Street, formerly 761 E. 15th. Then home of Hiram Graves family (1892-1902). Built ca. 1892. East Oakland. January 22, 1967. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:225 [Former Graves residence. East Fifteenth Street, Oakland.]

 

:226 [Former Graves residence. East Fifteenth Street, Oakland.]

 

:227 Residence of Judge Walker, Brooklyn, Cal. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:228 Idora Park. Oakland, Ca. August 5, 1907.

 

:229 Interior of St. Anthony's Church. Ca. 1900.

 

:230 Our Lady of Lourdes' Academy. (East Oakland.)

 

:231 Immaculate Conception (St. Mary's) Church, Jefferson and Eighth Sts.

 

:232 St. Joseph's Church. Chestnut and Seventh Sts., Oakland, Calif. January 22, 1967. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:233 San Pablo Ave., Oakland. 1869. [Photograph by A.B. Jacobs.]

 

:234 Mount Diablo, from Lafayette, Contra Costa Co.

 

:235 Front door into "Hidden Valley," a veritable paradise of scenic beauty within the "Bell Little Lakes Ranch." [Photograph by Easton S. Cheney.]

 

:236 Unidentified fire house and wagon.

 

:237 Print, after oil painting by Clifton Dahlgreen, of Alameda County Court House and County Jail. East 14th [i.e. Fourteenth] Street and 20th [i.e. Twentieth] Avenue, 1882. (Kriz photo; Kahn collection. Oakland Art Museum.)

 

:238 Unidentified intersection , Studio Grand Restaurant at lower right.

 

:239 Lourd's [i.e. Lourdes'] Academy. East Oakland, 1897. (Girl's band.)

 

:240 [Street scene. Unidentified location. Oakland.]

 

:241 Unidentified location showing a church, houses and other buildings.

 

Volume 47: Marin County

 

:1 Map of the ranchos of Marin County and the Mexican grant.

 

:2 Alacatraz Island. Army disciplinary barracks.

 

:2a "Two Brothers" Islands and lighthouse. Entrance to San Pablo Bay. McNears Point.

 

:3 Angel Island. Blunt point on far right is in San Francisco County; the rest is in Marin County.

 

:4 Waterfront of Sausalito. 1870s. No bridgeway into town then; shows wharf at the end of Princess St. (named after the ferry which docked at that wharf).

 

:5 Sausalito waterfront taken from leaving ferry. El Monte Hotel [now the Alta Mira]. 1880s.

 

:6 Sausalito waterfront showing new depot. Ca. 1895.

 

:6a North Pacific coast R.R. Ferry terminal.

 

:6b Speckels [i.e. Spreckels] Yacht Club.

 

:6c "Hurricane Gulch," Old Town, Sausalito. Ca. 1880s.

 

:7 Old Sausalito, ca. 1895.

 

:8 Deck of the ferry San Rafael. The horse was Dick; he lived on the boat and pulled milk trucks, etc., ashore. The San Rafael went down in 1901 and Dick was probably drowned. Captain Brooks is leading Dick.

 

:8a Sausalito. Ca. 1900.

 

:8b Ship awaiting cargo. Sausalito. Ca. 1900.

 

:8c "Arbor Villa." View of buildings on Water Street. Sausalito. Ca. 1890s. [From collection of Helen V.C. Park.]

 

:9 Naval barge in Sausalito -- float for the naval launches. Arbor Villa Restaurant.

 

:10 Spreckels estate in Sausalito looking north. Old ferry landing; old foundry on extreme left. William Richardson wharf, where water was shipped to San Franciso. Ca. 1882.

 

:11 Ad for the El Monte Hotel. J. E. Slinkey, Prop. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:12a San Francisco Bay as Seen from the Clifton House. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.] [On same print as 12b.]

 

:12b Picture of the Clifton House (formerly the El Monte Hotel). [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.] [On same print as 12a.]

 

:13 Taken from beach of Spreckels estate, looking north toward Sausalito. San Francisco Yacht Club. 1890s.

 

:14 Taken from hill looking west to Mt. Tamalpais -- "New Town." Ca. 1882.

 

:15 Sausalito school house. [Moved to the flat now; an old brown-shingled building still in existence].

 

:16 View from Spreckels estate. Early 1880s.

 

:17 Another view from Spreckels estate. Early 1880s.

 

:18 Old Saucilito [i.e. Sausalito], looking south, ca. 1874. Bay of San Francisco. [Photograph by Eadweard Muybridge. Published by Bradley and Rulofson.]

 

:19 Lithograph of Saucelito [i.e. Sausalito], showing old Richardson home in corner (Captain William Richardson). "Saucelito" means little willows. 1852. Saucelito-Richardson Bay.

 

:20 New Town. Long trestle to Strawberry Point. Mt. Tamalpais in the distance.

 

:21 Sausalito, near same spot. Buena Vista Park; New Town, 1878.

 

:22 Portion of residential section of Sausalito. Ca. 1895.

 

:23 Waterfront from Spreckels estate. Ca. 1883. [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:24 Sausalito volunteer fire department, taken on Water Street [now Bridgeway]. 1890s.

 

:25 Christ Episcopal Church [still there]. Ca. 1890.

 

:26 Saucelito Club House (yacht club). Not the San Francisco Yacht Club, which was held by Spreckels and was private. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:27 Spreckels estate [now site of Cote d'Azur apartments]. The road in the middle of the picture was the only route to Sausalito. 1880s.

 

:28 San Francisco Yacht Club boathouse. Spreckels house out of the picture to the right.

 

:29 The yacht club clubhouse; Father Kelly on porch, the oldest man in the club.

 

:30 O'Connor's Battery -- the parapet of the clubhouse; the cannon were decorations. Pacific Coast Steamship Company steamer in background; laid up during off season.

 

:31 Electric plant of the clubhouse of the San Francisco Yacht Club.

 

:31a Hurricane Gulch, old Sausalito. "Wallala" Restaurant (old spelling). [Spelled "Walhalla" in print.]

 

:32 Alcove in the dance hall of the clubhouse.

 

:33 Dining room of clubhouse.

 

:34 Fort Baker. Entrance. 1928.

 

:35 Fort Barry. Entrance. 1928.

 

:36 New or North Sausalito, looking from top of hill toward Belvedere and Angel Island. Star of the Sea Catholic Church in middle foreground; Father Valentini's church. (Father Valentini was the priest for Sausalito and Mill Valley, and used a one-horse cart to make his rounds. The parishioners would gather and watch for him coming when it rained, and he came standing up in the cart "because he'd drown if he sat down." They had dry clothes waiting for him, and his wet clothing was dried over the stove while he gave his sermon.)

 

:37 "New Sausalito" looking northeast toward Belvedere. Ca. 1890.

 

:38 Aboard a navy ship built in Marinship Shipyards -- probably the Tamalpais, a tanker.

 

:39 Point Bonita and the old lighthouse. 1890s.

 

:40 One of the cannons north of the Golden Gate. The little boy is Louis S. Slevin (farthest left); Joe Slevin (was curator of herpetology at Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park); and father, Thomas Slevin. The oldest son, Thomas, took the picture.

 

:41 Point Bonita. Ca. 1926.

 

:42 [Point Bonita. 1926.]

 

:43 [Point Bonita.]

 

:44 [Point Bonita.]

 

:45 Residential section of Angel Island when the army held the island.

 

:46 Sweeney and William Babcock on the deck of the ferry boat Tiburon -- commuters going home.

 

:47 Belvedere Island on left; Corinthian Island on right, from ferryboat. 1935.

 

:47a On the Old Road to Tiburon, 1884. Painting by Rodriguez.

 

:47b Belvedere from Tiburon.

 

:47c Tiburon. Ferry depot of the Northwest Pacific R.R. Steamers. Tiburon, Ukiah, Lagunitas .

 

:47d [Unidentified bar in Tiburon. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:48 Tiburon. Ferryboats.

 

:49 Road to Tiburon. Ca. 1948.

 

:50 Belvedere Lagoon. The shallow causeway led to a continuing controversy whether Belvedere is an island or a peninsula. 1920s or 1930s.

 

:50a  Belvedere.

 

:50b Belvedere.

 

:50c Belvedere.

 

:50d Yacht Club. Corinthian Island, Tiburon.

 

:51 Another view of Belvedere Lagoon. Arks anchored; reached by rowboat.

 

:52 Railroad yards of Tiburon, looking toward Mt. Tamalpais.

 

:53 Main street of Tiburon, 1890s.

 

:54 St. Hilary's Church. Old bell tower in rear. Black wildflowers in yard -- only place in the world where they grow. Built ca. 1884, probably by Peter Donahue.

 

:55 Another view of St. Hilary's Church. [John Reed, owner of the Corte Madera del Presidio rancho, married one of the commandant's daughters to get it; his daughter, Hilarita, married Doctor Benjamin Lyford, and the Lyford home is now owned by the Audubon Society and is lived in by the "Goat Lady."]

 

:56 Railroad trestle from Tiburon [now designated a housing unit called Belveron]. 1935.

 

:57 Museum interior of St. Hilary's Church, Sausalito.

 

:58 [Museum interior of St. Hilary's Church, Sausalito.]

 

:59 Railroad exhibit in Saint Hilary's Church.

 

:60 Belvedere lagoon. Ferry landing at Tiburon, circa 1908.

 

:61 Doctor Benjamin Lyford's house at Strawberry Point.

 

:62 Doctor Benjamin Lyford's Eagle Dairy. The Yellow House [now the Audubon House] before it was moved to Tiburon.

 

:63 California City. November 10, 1901.

 

:63a Paradise Cove, Monticello Grove (formerly El Campo). 1912.

 

:63b Paradise Cove, Monticello Grove (formerly El Campo). 1912.

 

:63c Paradise Cove, boat landing. 1912. [People exiting ferry steamer Sehome.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:63d El Campo (Paradise Cove), wading, at the Society of California Pioneers picnic, 1896.

 

:64 Panorama of Mill Valley around 1894.

 

:65 East Blythedale Avenue when it was a country road, going toward Mill Valley, 1898.

 

:66 Mount Tamalpais (Blithedale) Painting.

 

:66a [Remains of John Reed Mill.]

 

:66b [Remains of John Reed Mill.]

 

:66c [Remains of John Reed Mill.]

 

:66d Eleanor Burt. [Remains of John Reed Mill.]

 

:67 The remains of the John Reed Mill, for which Mill Valley was named and from which came the name of the rancho Corte Madera del Presidio -- wood cut for the Presidio, to put up the buildings there. [Copyright 1923 by Louis S. Slevin.]

 

:68 [Unidentified group of trees. Mill Valley.]

 

:69 Four Wells in Mill Valley. (Near the Cascade).

 

:70 Blythedale -- Doctor Cushing's sanitarium, afterwards a hotel.

 

:71 The Cascade in Mill Valley.

 

:72 View of the John Reed Mill. [Mill Valley.]

 

:73 View of the John Reed Mill. [Wheel still there.] [Mill Valley.]

 

:74 View of Mill Valley. Mount Carmel Church; Tom Kelly's home on Lovell Avenue, first frame house built in Mill Valley. Ca. 1900.

 

:75 Ridge above Mill Valley, Mount Tamalpais. The scars are the railroad tracks on the mountainside. Taken from road to Mountain House. Ca. 1900.

 

:75a [Mill Valley House. Unidentified group portrait.] [Photo by Rankin.]

 

:75b Mill Valley. Alonzo Coffin House. [Unidentified group portrait.] [From collection of Helen V.C. Park.]

 

:75c [Mt. Tamalpais. From Mill Valley.] [From collection of Louis S. Slevin.]

 

:75d Eastland (Mill Valley) School House. [Duplicate of 47:80.]

 

:76 Suey Kee, Chinese vegetable peddler. Came over from San Francisco with his basket, built up a business, and opened a store on Throckmorton Avenue. Millwood station [now Locust Avenue] 1890s.

 

:77 The original depot of the Mill Valley and Mount Tamalpais Scenic Railway on Throckmorton Avenue. 1896. [No. 7804. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:78 Blythedale. Watering cart to keep the dust down. 1890s.

 

:79 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley, Calif. 1920s. [Postcard.]

 

:80 Eastland [old name for Mill Valley which never stuck] School House. [Duplicate of 47:75d.]

 

:81 Railroad station at the top of Mount Tamalpais. Marconi wireless poles on top of Middle Peak in distance; back of the tavern; weather bureau.

 

:82 Mt. Tamalpais, as seen from the Redwood Highway in Marin County, California. 1940. [Post card.]

 

:83 End of Throckmorton Avenue, south end of Mill Valley. 1898.

 

:84 Joseph G. Eastland, one of the builders of Mt. Tamalpais Railroad. [Photograph by G.D. Morse.]

 

:84a Marine Exchange Lookout, Mt. Tamalpais, 1906.

 

:84b Mill Valley. First house built by Thos. Kelly. Lovell Avenue (below school).

 

:84c [View of Mt. Tamalpais and Mill Valley.]

 

:85 A locomotive called "The Bull" by the railroad men. Ernest Thomas in the cab -- killed on the mountain when the engine turned over on him.

 

:86 Snow on Mt. Tamalpais. 1930s.

 

:87 Tavern at Tamalpais; dance pavilion. Train went through the arch.

 

:88 Veranda of the tavern. (A summer resort hotel.)

 

:89 Taken from Middle Peak looking toward East Peak, showing the second tavern which replaced the old hotel. 1940.

 

:90 Looking north from Mt. Tamalpais to Sonoma. Bald Hill at left middle, 1950.

 

:91 From Mt. Tamalpais looking west. Point Reyes in distance; Lake Lagunitas in left foreground. 1950.

 

:91a Summit of Mt. Tamalpais. 1912. [No. 1MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:91b Summit of Mount Tamalpais. 1912. "Tavern of Tamalpais" hotel. [No. 2MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:91c Muir Tavern, Muir Woods, Mount Tamalpais. 1912. Seated, left to right; John Muir, naturalist; William Kent, congressman. Standing: Gifford Pinchot, secretary of the interior.

 

:91d Dining room, Muir Inn. 1912. [No. 11MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:91e The log cabin in Muir Woods. [No. 19MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:91f Vista above the Muir Woods. Near Terminal of M.V. & Mt. T. S. Ry. [i.e. Mill Valley & Mount Tamalpais Scenic Railway].[No. 21MA. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:92 Stage between West Point on the mountain railroad and Willow Camp [Stinson Beach]. Went to Bolinas. (Stage brought people to and from the train.) 1906.

 

:93 An automobile on the same route. Ca. 1915. [No. 305M. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:94 Summit House at the top of the ridge (Bolinas Ridge). 1892.

 

:95 Dipsea Inn at Willow Camp [Stinson Beach], a road house on the way to Bolinas. Stage coming down from the mountain.

 

:96 Town of Bolinas. Photo by E. A. Cohen. 1902.

 

:97 Bolinas lagoon. Right on the Andreas fault during the earthquake. San Francisco Bay far in distance. [Photograph by Edgar A. Cohen.]

 

:98 Bolinas waterfront. April 18, 1906, earthquake.

 

:98a Stinson Beach. 1913.

 

:99 Hills of Corte Madera looking toward Larkspur. School in the middle of picture; the San Rafael local coming down the track; two little buildings are dressing rooms for swimming in the creek [where arks are now]. 1898.

 

:99a View east from Corte Madera. Point San Quentin in distance. 1913.

 

:99b The Argonaut, March 9, 1891. [Advertisement for Corte Madera residence.]

 

:100 The Escalle Winery, established by Jean Escalle. Later a famous resort for French picnics; trains were run at night to it on occasions like Bastille Day. 1880s.

 

:101 Escalle Vineyard and Winery, between Kentfield and Larkspur. The brick building among the trees was a bar, and is still there. 1898.

 

:101a Oldest house. Erected 1852. Larkspur, Cal.

 

:101b Site of Corte Madera. Escalle and Kentfield (Ross Landing). 1870. [Reproduction of Map.]

 

:101c Hotel Bon Air. Escalle, California.

 

:101d Hotel Bon Air, Escalle, Marin Co., Cal. [From collection of Helen V.C. Park.]

 

:101e Ross Landing (Kentfield). [Collection of Dr. Polland.]

 

:102 Ross Landing (now Kentfield), painted from the present site of the College of Marin. The tripod held a boom which swung piled lumber cut in Baltimore Canyon onto barges bound for San Francisco. The bridge in the picture has been replaced by a concrete bridge; this picture proves that the College of Marin was not built at Ross Landing, says Roy Graves, but about four blocks away. [By Henri Chevalier. 1883?]

 

:103 Fisher Home, afterwards the Mountain View Hotel. (When Mrs. Fisher died, she was reportedly embalmed by a method known only to Doctor Benjamin Lyford -- who took the secret of it with him when he died -- and kept in the house, well-preserved, for a few months. Her husband took her to England for burial, and was never heard from again. Before the house was sold for a hotel, the caretaker rattled chains and made noises to make people think it was haunted.) 1898.

 

:103a [Fisher residence. Ross Valley. Ca. 1890.]

 

:104 Fisher Home. Bald Hill northwest; Mount Tamalpais southwest. Ca. 1890. [Became a hotel in 1898.]

 

:105 [Fisher residence. Ross Valley. Mt. Tamalpais in distance?]

 

:106 Marin Stadium in Kentfield, Mayday, 1909. [No. 10. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:107 The Ross railroad station, called Ross Station (the Kentfield station was called Tamalpais; Ross Station was so-called to distinguish it from Ross Landing). Roy Graves' uncle, Charles Graves, was station agent there.

 

:108 Distant view of Fisher Home. Ross Valley, 1898.

 

:108a Porch of Fisher Home. [Ross Valley. Mt. Tamalpais in distance?]

 

:109 San Anselmo, taken from Red Hill. Railroad Station. 1889.

 

:110 [San Anselmo, taken from Red Hill. Railroad Station, 1898.] San Anselmo's business community consisted of the lean-to in the center, operated by Herman Zopf, where Roy Graves met his wife. San Francisco Theological Seminary on knoll.

 

:111 Bird's-eye view of San Anselmo, looking west. 1903.

 

:112 [Bird's-eye view of San Anselmo, looking east, 1903.] Presbyterian Seminary on hill (San Francisco Theological Seminary).

 

:113 Faculty houses, 1903. San Anselmo.

 

:114 View looking toward San Rafael from Red Hill in San Anselmo.

 

:115 Red Hill. Sir Francis Drake Boulevard: the dirt road.

 

:116 West from Red Hill, near present site of Sir Francis Drake High School. The high school is built where the Cordoni vegetable gardens were. Sunny Hills Orphanage at right front, run by Presbyterian Church, 1898.

 

:117 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard toward Fairfax, 1898. [San Anselmo.]

 

:118 View from Red Hill toward San Rafael and San Francisco Bay. Ca. 1925.

 

:119 Sir Francis Drake Avenue, San Anselmo. Red Hill in background. 1925. [Post card.]

 

:120 School children -- some friends of Roy Graves. San Anselmo School. Ca. 1895.

 

:121 San Anselmo Schoolhouse. 1898.

 

:121a San Anselmo & school.

 

:122 San Francisco [Presbyterian] Theological Seminary. Bald Hill in background. 1898.

 

:123 Presbyterian Seminary after the earthquake. Tower fell.

 

:124 [Presbyterian Seminary.]

 

:125 [Presbyterian Seminary.]

 

:126 Lake Alpine, on road between Fairfax and Bolinas over the dam. Contra Costa shore in distance.

 

:127 Butterfield Road, ca. 1902. Looking toward Mt. Tamalpais.

 

:128 Lithograph of the California ranch scene in Marin County, ten miles north of San Rafael. 1830s. [Reproduction of original drawing by Edward Vischer?]

 

:129 Painting of the Mission San Rafael. The only painting of the mission with figures in it; there were no photographs of it in early days. [Reproduction of original by E. Serbanoli.]

 

:130 An American re-drawing of a Spanish map, by G. Black; an 1854 reproduction of an earlier map with English titles. Mission San Rafael, cemetery, vineyard.

 

:131 Saint Paul's P.E. [i.e. Protestant Episcopal] Church, 4th [i.e. Fourth] & E. Sts., San Rafael, 1866.

 

:132 Court-House, San Rafael.

 

:133 Marin County courthouse, circa 1875, at San Rafael [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:134 Looking east to San Rafael. Fourth Street on right; Fifth Street on left. Courthouse in middle distance. Ca. 1875. [Copy print of retouched photograph.]

 

:135 Pictures of San Rafael from Harper's Weekly, May 29, 1875. Lagunitas Lake on Mt. Tamalpais, right; San Quentin Wharf with ferry and t rain, left; San Rafael from Wolfe Grade, center; Mt. Tamalpais, lower left; picnic grounds at Laurel Grove, lower right; and a blue gum tree (eucalyptus). [Reproduction of illustration.]

 

:136 [Marin County] Courthouse. Ca. 1914.

 

:137 Surveyor's map of Fourth and C Sts. Timothy Murphy's lot, once used for the courthouse. H. Austin, County Surveyor. February 15, 1872.

 

:138 Drawing of San Rafael.

 

:139 [San Rafael, looking toward Mt. Tamalpais.]

 

:140 St. Raphael's Church, burned in 1916.

 

:141 View of San Rafael, looking northeast from around the foot of E Street.

 

:142 From San Rafael Hill looking southeast towards San Quentin. San Francisco-North Pacific Railroad Station on Tamalpais and Fourth St., extreme right middle; San Quentin toll road on upper right; Schutzen Park in distance. [The toll road is now Francisco Boulevard.] Ca. 1890.

 

:143 Hotel Rafael, from San Rafael Hill looking east. Hotel for the elite; later burned down. [Now a residential section called Rafael Gardens.] 1890s.

 

:144 West End of San Rafael, looking north, 1880's.

 

:145 The "B" Street School, San Rafael.

 

:146 Another view from West End, looking north. Vineyard at left owned by Herman Zopf, afterwards called Coppa's Villa (the San Francisco Coppas may have been connected with the San Rafael Coppas).

 

:147 View from Wolfe Grande toward San Rafael, 1880s.

 

:148 San Rafael Fourth St. Grammar School. Pre-1898.

 

:149 West End. Tamalpais Soda Water Works, lower left; San Rafael High School, left center on E Street. 1902-1903.

 

:150 San Rafael, looking southwest. Irwin Building (or the Centennial Building, built 1876).

 

:151 San Rafael High School today, taken from San Rafael Hill.

 

:152 Foot of "C" Street, San Rafael, circa 1902. ["D" Street according to caption on photograph.]

 

:153 Fourth Street Grammar School, center left; courthouse; Saint Raphael's Church; Hotel Rafael in distance, 1890s.

 

:154 The landing at San Rafael -- opposite where freeway enters San Rafael now. Hay scows bound for San Francisco. Ca. 1908.

 

:155 San Francisco North Pacific Railroad Station, Tamalpais Avenue and Fourth Street. 1885.

 

:156 Saint Raphael's Church, as it is today. [Post card.]

 

:157 Looking over San Pablo Bay (like No. 151) circa 1932. [Post card.]

 

:158 Courthouse as it is today. [San Rafael.] [Post card.]

 

:159 San Rafael, ca. 1932. [Post card.]

 

:160 Hotel de Paris, Fourth and A Streets. [Now the Marin Hotel.] Rig which met people at the station and brought them to the hotel; the hotel staff, 1892.

 

:161 From the hill looking north over San Rafael, up to C Street, Irwin Building in far distance.

 

:162 Petaluma Road [now Lincoln Avenue]. Tower of Hotel Rafael to the south, in distance. This is possibly a funeral -- the cemetery in over the hill. [Photography by Gasberg.]

 

:163 Taken from Laurel Place looking southwest. Lodge of Boyd Estate [now the Marin Historical Society Museum] circa 1880.

 

:164 St. Raphael's Church and graveyard, 1880's. Captain William Richardson, founder of Sausalito, was buried there (buried first in Sausalito, moved to St. Raphael's, then to Mount Olivet).

 

:165 A drawing of the Central Hotel, with a streetcar line added which never existed on Fourth St., 1870s. Fourth Street between B and C, San Rafael. M. C. Dufficy, proprietor.

 

:166 The Parisian House (later the Hotel de Paris), taken from courthouse. Fourth and "A" Streets. Ca. 1872. San Rafael.

 

:167 Pratt Bldg.; a general store, a saloon in the back (Pratt was postmaster), owned by Albert. [Taken over by Macy's] 1870s. Albert was the major merchant in San Rafael, with branches elsewhere.

 

:168 Up B Street from Second. Boyd Estate at the end of the street. Ca. 1898. San Rafael.

 

:168a [Street scene. San Rafael.]

 

:168b [The Wonder Clothing Store.] 1895.

 

:168c [Saloon? San Rafael. With U.S. flag decor.]

 

:169 Fourth St. crossing at Tamalpais. Depot on left. Looking west, circa 1916, San Rafael.

 

:170 Fourth Street, looking east from C Street. Lawn dresses -- some sort of occasion. Ca. 1909. San Rafael.

 

:171 Fourth Street, looking west from "A" Street. The Marin Hotel (formerly Hotel de Paris), 1890s.

 

:172 San Rafael Baths, at the foot of Third Street and intersection of Francisco Boulevard. Mrs. Simms, wearing apron, ran the baths; lake for rowboats and swimming. [Now a parking lot.] 1898.

 

:173 First Congregational Church (earlier, it was the First Presbyterian Church), on E Street.

 

:174 Issac Shaver's Planing Mills, Shaver St. and Second. Lithograph.

 

:175 Irwin or Centennial Building, Fourth and C. 1898.

 

:176 Dry goods store on 4th [i.e. Fourth] Street.

 

:177 Stocking candy store. 1890s. Location of Herbert & Rover Jewelry Store.

 

:178 [Interior of unidentified saloon, with bartenders.]

 

:179 [San Rafael Pharmacy.]

 

:180 Billy Shannon in the doorway of his Villa. The rest of them are fight promoters; the Villa was a prize fighter training quarters. The "AM" on the sign is the ending of "San Rafael Steam Beer," a local product, had to be drawn very slowly. Opposite Coppa's Villa, Fourth Street at West End.

 

:181 Watering trough. Billy Shannon again.

 

:182 Interior of Billy Shannon's Saloon. Pictures of prize fighters on the walls; Billy behind the bar; the beer towels hanging on the bar were for wiping foam off moustaches (Graves says that the rejoinder to young men who pretended to be drunker than they were was, "Aw, get on to yourself, somebody slapped you with a beer towel"); goboons (a dexterous beer drinker could blow the foam off his beer right into one).

 

:183 Boyd Lodge -- Marin County Historical Museum, a recent picture.

 

:184 [Boyd Lodge, Marin County Historical Society Museum.]

 

:185 [Bagley Apartments. San Rafael.]

 

:186 My father, Clarice, Clifton and I lived in this house, (lower flat) in 1905. South Fourth Street, now Clarinda Street, San Rafael. 1964.

 

:187 [Unidentified building. Hotel?]

 

:188 [San Rafael Catholic Church and San Rafael Hall.]

 

:189 San Rafael Methodist Church.

 

:190 San Rafael High School (old). "E" St. bet. 3rd [i.e. Third] and 4th [i.e. Fourth] Sts.

 

:191 San Rafael High School. 1950.

 

:192 Saint Raphael's School. 1890s.

 

:193 4th [i.e. Fourth] St. School, 1902.

 

:194 Hotel Rafael, San Rafael, Cal.

 

:195 Hotel Rafael. "Paper Chase." 1890s.

 

:196 Lawn Tennis Championship Game of the Pacific Coast, at San Rafael, July 4th, 1892. [No. 5950. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:197 Miller Hall, residence of James Miller, Esq., San Rafael. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:198 The Miller Home. 5th [i.e. Fifth] & B Sts., San Rafael. Later the Elks Club. Now site of Bank of Marin.

 

:199 Miller [residence]. [San Rafael.]

 

:200 Parochial buildings of Saint Raphael's Church, 1904.

 

:201 Hotel Rafael. Burned around 1928.

 

:202 Carriages at the entrance of the Hotel Rafael.

 

:203 [Carriages at entrance of Hotel Rafael.]

 

:204 Barney's Butcher Shop, 1857. [San Rafael.]

 

:205 Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall. Fourth and D. Where The Marin Journal was printed.

 

:206 Native Sons of the Golden West conclave in San Jose. Stephen Richardson, son of William Richardson, is at extreme left, in the Van Dyke beard; with his sons Billy and Tom Richardson.

 

:207 Esperanza Hotel, later the New England Villa, from C to B Street between Second and Third.

 

:208 [Esperanza Hotel. San Rafael.]

 

:209 Entrance of St. Raphael's Church, 1892 or 1893.

 

:210 Fourth St. Grammar School (to the eighth grade). Parker Wood second from top row, on the left; now curator of the Marin County Historical Society Museum, 1904.

 

:211 Picnic at Schutzen Park, taken on the steps of the dance pavilion, 1890s.

 

:212 Fairfax. [Group portrait of unidentified militia. At Marin County Courthouse. San Rafael.]

 

:213 S.Q. [i.e. San Quentin.] [Prison in background.]

 

:214 S.Q. [i.e. San Quentin.] [Prison in background.]

 

:215 S.Q. [i.e. San Quentin]. [Hitching Post Grocery].

 

:216 S.Q. [i.e. San Quentin].

 

:217 [Unidentified residence. San Quentin?]

 

:218 S.Q. [i.e. San Quentin].

 

:219 Village of San Quentin.

 

:220 San Quentin from the Bay. [Postcard].

 

:221 [San Quentin Prison. Main gate.] [Duplicate of 47:223.]

 

:222 Captain of the Guard office building, reception center.

 

:223 San Quentin Prison. Main gate. [Duplicate of 47:221.]

 

:224 Warden Clinton Duffy. [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:225 San Quentin Prison. Main gate. Ca. 1890s.

 

:226 San Quentin Prison. Looking southwest from the hill. 1900.

 

:227 [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:228 Overlooking the prison, north toward the hills from the bay. [San Quentin.]

 

:229 Entrance to the prison. [San Quentin.]

 

:230 Reproduction of a page from San Quentin diary, by a trusty, for the month of December, 1873.

 

:231 The town of San Quentin. Lk. south east. 1900.

 

:232 The town of San Quentin. Lk. south east. 1900.

 

:233 San Quentin base ball team.

 

:234 Jake Oppenheimer. "The Tiger of San Quentin." At San Quentin. [Prison "mug shot." February 24, 1899.]

 

:235 Snowstorm at San Quentin.

 

:236 [Snowstorm at San Quentin Prison.] [Postcard.]

 

:237 Entrance to prison from the village. Homes of prison officials in background.

 

:238 General view of prison, San Quentin, Cal.

 

:239 View from gate. [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:240 West of the prison, vegetable gardens and courtyard. [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:241 Bird's eye view. April 20, 1910. [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:242 [Mt. Tamalpais. From San Quentin Prison.]

 

:243 [Freight depot. San Quentin Prison.]

 

:244 [Cow yard and barn. San Quentin Prison?]

 

:245 [Cow yard scene. San Quentin Prison?] [Post card.]

 

:246 [Garden and unidentified building. San Quentin Prison.]

 

:247 [Guard house? San Quentin Prison.]

 

:248 San Quentin Prison, looking north east. Ca. 1900.

 

:249 San Quentin Prison. Court of women's section.

 

:250 [Turnkey's office. San Quentin Prison.]

 

:251 [Interior. Cell blocks.]

 

:252 [Cell block and garden scene.]

 

:253 Interviewing a couple of prisoners. [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:254 [Wall. San Quentin Prison.]

 

:255 San Quentin. [Hall interior.]

 

:256 [Modern cell blocks.]

 

:257 Cell blocks.

 

:258 Cell blocks.

 

:259 One of the kitchens at San Quentin.

 

:260 San Quentin. [Prisoners on tower.]

 

:261 San Quentin. [Prisoners on tower.]

 

:262 San Quentin Prison. The old gallows. Replaced by the gas chamber.

 

:263 Jute Mill. [San Quentin Prison.]

 

:264 [Cell block and garden scene. San Quentin Prison.]

 

:265 Sarah Bernhardt at San Quentin, 1913.

 

:266 San Quentin Prison. West tower.

 

:267 North Pacific Coast Railroad wharf. Ca. 1900.

 

:268 "Two Brothers" light station, San Francisco and San Pablo Bay, 1912.

 

:269 S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Hay Association's picnic, Pt. [San] Pedro. May 1, 1901.

 

:270 On the road to McNears, 1899.

 

:271 McNear. Marin County, 1899. [McNears, later named Pt. San Pedro.]

 

:272 [McNears, Marin County, 1899. Later named Pt. San Pedro.]

 

:273 McNears, 1899. [Later named Pt. San Pedro.]

 

:274 McNear home. [McNears, later named Pt. San Pedro.] M.C.H.S. [i.e. Marin County Historical Society].

 

:275 McNear home. 1899. [McNears, later named Pt. San Pedro.] M.C.H.S. [i.e. Marin County Historical Society.]

 

:276 McNear, Marin Co., 1899. [McNears, later named Pt. San Pedro.] [Beach scene.]

 

:277 McNear, Marin County, 1899. [McNears, later named Pt. San Pedro.] [Duplicate of No.272.]

 

:278 Shrimp Village ("China Camp"), Point San Pedro, 1888. M.C.H.S. [i.e. Marin County Historical Society].

 

:279 [Dock scene. McNears?]

 

:280 Chinese Shrimp Camp, McNears [later named Pt. San Pedro]. 1899. M.C.H.S. [i.e. Marin County Historical Society.]

 

:281 Wharf at McNears, 1899. [Later named Pt. San Pedro.] M.C.H.S. [i.e. Marin County Historical Society].

 

:282 [Nicasio Hotel.]

 

:283 San Geronimo Valley and Marin Hills (Loma Alta).

 

:284 Catholic Church of Nicasio.

 

:285 Old Nicasio School. [Founded 1871.]

 

:286 [Paper Milll Creek. Camp Taylor.]

 

:287 Camp Taylor. [Camp Taylor Hotel.]

 

:288 [California Landmark plaque. Pioneer Paper Mill. Taylorville.]

 

:289 Camp Taylor, Camp Taylor Hotel, on Paper Mill Creek. 1898.

 

:290 Camp Taylor, N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad]. [Ca. 1890.]

 

:291 Camp Taylor train stop for the narrow gauge North Pacific Coast Railroad.

 

:292 Taylorville, California. Ruins of paper mill.

 

:293 The remains of the original paper mill at Taylorville, and Mrs. [Ethel] Graves.

 

:294 The old paper mill at Taylorville, about a mile from Camp Taylor.

 

:295 Plaque at site of paper mill. [Camp Taylor.] [Duplicate of No. 288.]

 

:296 Steam Paper Mill, built 184-5, the "first and only" on the coast.

 

:297 Drawing of the San Geronimo Paper Mills. 1890s. The pile of buttons from rags, processed for paper, was bull-dozed into the ground when the area was made into Taylor State Park.

 

:298 [Olema Hotel.]

 

:299 Olema Hotel. Post office; horse and cart. Ca. 1890.

 

:300 Olema School, ca. 1897.

 

:301 Tocaloma School. [Duplicate of 47:419.]

 

:302 Lagunita Canyon.

 

:303 Dog kennels. Olema.

 

:304 Olema. [Field and buildings.]

 

:305 Olema Post Office as it is today.

 

:306 Tocaloma, showing the earthquake fault.

 

:307 Olema Hotel. Ca. 1899. "A first-class country resort, open all the year."

 

:308 [Schedule and rates for C. & N.R.R. (i.e. California & Northwestern Railroad?) trains to Inverness.]

 

:309 Point Reyes Station (town of). 1940s. [Post card.]

 

:310 [Point Reyes Station.] 24 miles from Point Reyes Station; a train stop. [Post card.]

 

:311 Black School at Point Reyes Station. Ca. 1920.

 

:312 Point Reyes Station, Marin County.

 

:313 Head of Tomales Bay.

 

:314 Town of Inverness. Ca. 1915.

 

:315 Store at Inverness. Ca. 1908. [Much the same today.]

 

:316 Point Reyes light. (The pipe railing is to hook onto when the wind is very strong.) 1936.

 

:317 Town of Point Reyes: this residence (a post office), one or two others, and a ranch. 1904.

 

:318 Pt. Reyes Lighthouse. 1899.

 

:319 Loma Alta schoolhouse in Lucas Valley, 1915-1920.

 

:310a School at Marshall's, now called Marshall. Taken in 1940. [Duplicate of 47:420.]

 

:311a Shields & Sons Store, Marshall's. The Shields family in front.

 

:312a [Marshall Hotel, showing earthquake damage. Tomales Bay.]

 

:313a Marshall Hotel, showing earthquake damage. Tomales Bay.

 

:314a Damage to road, 1906. Tomales Bay.

 

:315a [Remains of wharf. Hamlet?]

 

:316a Wharf at Hamlet, California. Knocked down by earthquake. (Hamlet was named for the man who owned the land grant there.)

 

:317a Earthquake chasm at Freeman's Ranch, on the fault. (Near Marshall.)

 

:318a North Shore R.R.

 

:319a Railroad bridge below Point Reyes Station. The earth moved 8-11 feet, causing S-curve in the bridge.

 

:320 North Shore R.R. Railroad damaged by earthquake, Tomales station.

 

:321 Town of Tomales. Sept. 28, 1898. Presbyterian Church and cemetery in background.

 

:322 View of Tomales; General Store, with Lodge Hall upstairs. Ca. 1898.

 

:323 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal.

 

:324 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal.

 

:325 Keys' Landing. Alternative spelling: Keyes. Keys' Landing was by the water, Tomales on the hill, and gradually the town moved its business life to Tomales.

 

:326 Highway No.1 through Tomales. Ella Jorgensen, from whom many of these pictures were obtained, lived in one of these houses. Dr. Urban's cart (local doctor). 1898.

 

:327 Edelmann's Drug Store at Tomales. Doctor K. Urban's sign on right. 1898.

 

:328 Freight transportation -- a dray. 1898.

 

:329 Tomales before fire of 1920. [Post card.]

 

:330 Tomales before fire of 1920. [Post card.]

 

:331 John [Jack] Williams' gravestone -- an engineer killed by a slice bar (rod to churn up the coal) which slid through the cab back window when his engine overturned. Tipped over by the earthquake (replaced since).

 

:332 Backyards of Tomales.

 

:333 A Tomales saloon. Paper on chandelier to keep off flies; schooners for steam beer on the bar (lager beer was put in stem glasses). 1898.

 

:334 The butcher and another old-timer at Tomales. 1898.

 

:335 United States Hotel, burned in early days, Tomales.

 

:336 Main Street of Tomales. United States Hotel on corner, right; Edlemann's Drug Store on east side. [Duplicate of 47:347.]

 

:337 Tomales. [Interior of unidentified saloon. With bartender.]

 

:338 Camp Pistolesi. Keys Estuary. Tomales Bay.

 

:339 Scene at Dillion Beach, Marin Co., California. 1881.

 

:340 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal. [Plank House.]

 

:341 Doctor Urban in his cart, in front of Plank house, and one of the Plank Brothers. 1898.

 

:342 View looking south from the main street of Tomales. Sunnyside Saloon. Most of these buildings were destroyed by fire. 1898.

 

:343 Getting water from a pump.

 

:344 Harvesting hay, near Two Rock Road.

 

:345 Tomales, section of town since burned. 1898.

 

:346 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal. North Pacific Coast R.R. Station. Mr. Collister, agent, and Mrs. Collister.

 

:347 Main Street of Tomales. United States Hotel on corner, right; Edlemann's Drug Store on east side. [Duplicate of 47:336.]

 

:348 Tomales, Marin Co., Cal.

 

:349 On highway north of Tomales.

 

:350 Tomales. [Unidentified child on pony.]

 

:351 [Unidentified men in carriage.]

 

:352 The house of Bray & Elaine Dickinson, Tomales.

 

:353 Tomales Park, June 1945.