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Alameda County

City Hall

Hotel Harrison, 14th St. and Harrison Blvd.

First National Bank Building [1909]

Broadway and Telegraph St. [1953]

Aeroplane View of Oakland

Oakland, Looking East from City Hall

Washington Street

Washington St. from 14th St. looking South

Joaquin Miller, the Poet of the Sierras, at his home near Oakland

H. C. Capwell

Alameda County Court House [1910]

Alameda County Court House and Lake Merritt

Scene in Lake Merritt

A View across Lake Merritt

Schilling Residence

In the Heart of the City, Showing the New Two Million Dollar City Hall

Hotel Menlo, Thirteenth and Webster Sts., Wm. P. Ryan, Mgr., Opened June 1st, 1914

Memorial Day, Impressive outdoor Services are held each Memorial Day in the gardens of the Chapel of Memories Columbarium under the auspices of the American Legion [1940]


So. Broadway from 14th St.

Band Stand, Idora Park

Auditorium of the City of Oakland

Municipal Auditorium

View from Boat-House, Lake Merritt

Alameda County Jail [with comments by Sheriff Frank Barnett]


Carnegie Library

Post Office [pre-1908]

J. M. Heinold, First and last Chance Saloon, Original Bar Made Famous by Jack London, Foot of Webster Street

Hotel Metropole [1907]

Hotel Oakland

Key Route Inn

The Pier Terminal of the Key Route (S. F., O. & S. J. Ry.)

Oakland Municipal Airport

Waterfront, Advertising Postcard for Gordon's Rose Bud Syrup

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