Inventory of the William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection

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Inventory of the William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection

Collection number: AC 96-07-08

California State Archives

Office of the Secretary of State

Sacramento, California
Processed by:
Staff
Date Completed:
April 1, 2008
Encoded by:
Jessica M. Herrick
© 2008 California Secretary of State. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection
Dates: 1905-1938
Collection number: AC 96-07-08
Creator: McCarthy, William M.
Extent: 2,998 photographs, in 11 albums, occupying approximately 3 cubic feet.
Repository: California State Archives
Sacramento, California
Abstract: The William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection consists of eleven photograph albums (approximately 3 cubic feet of material). The 2,998 photographs, taken between 1905 and 1938, include family, personal, and vacation photos taken by William M. McCarthy while he and his wife traveled on automobile trips across California primarily, but also the United States in general, Mexico, Canada, and Cuba. The photographs depict William's interest in armories, tourist attractions, historic sights, and family.
Physical location: California State Archives
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Administrative Information

Access

No Restrictions.

Publication Rights

For permission to reproduce or publish, please contact the California State Archives. Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections.
Please note that William McCarthy occasionally took pictures of postcards, lithographs, newspapers, and other peoples' photographs. Several such photographs are included in this collection. The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement that may arise from the reproduction or publication of these materials.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection, AC 96-07-08, Album number[album number]:[photograph number], California State Archives, Office of the Secretary of State, Sacramento, California.

Acquisition and Custodial History

Audrey Fullerton of Sacramento, California donated the collection to the California State Archives in 1996. Ms. Fullerton acquired the albums from her uncle, Mr. William M. McCarthy, the photographer of the collection.

Biography

William M. McCarthy was born in 1876. He entered federal service at the Benicia Arsenal as an armament expert in 1903 and retired on January 1, 1933. During World War I, William became the supervisor of the Pacific Coast armaments and continued in that capacity until his retirement. William died in 1956 at the age of 80. His wife, Grace C., died the next year. They were married for 56 years. Having no children, the McCarthys spent many hours pursuing their passion for both photography and travel. William's photographs depict his interest in armories, tourist attractions, historic sights, and family.

Scope and Content

The William M. McCarthy Photograph Collection consists of eleven photograph albums (approximately 3 cubic feet of material). The 2,998 photographs include family, personal, and vacation photos taken by William M. McCarthy while he and his wife traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Cuba, and Mexico.
Subjects strengths include, but are not limited to, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire; Panama Pacific International Exposition; Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition; Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition; Panama California Exposition; San Diego Exposition; Yosemite National Park; Yellowstone National Park; Grand Canyon; Niagara Falls; Golden Gate Park; Lake Tahoe; and armories and artillery guns.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
William M. McCarthy
Travel
Automobile travel
Tourism
Travel photography


Series Description

AC 96-07-08, Albums 1-11

Series 1 Photographs 1905-1938

Physical Description: 2,998 photographs in 11 albums (approximately 3 cubic feet).

Arrangement

Arranged by album number, and by subject therein.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of photographs taken by William M. McCarthy during automobile trips across California primarily, but also includes road trips throughout the United States, Mexico, Canada, and Cuba. All photographs are in black and white, and many have notations written on them as to location and date by William McCarthy. There are several negative prints within the collection, see Reference Archivists concerning access.
Subjects include San Francisco and the Bay Area, particularly during the period following the earthquake and fire of 1906; hotels, resorts, and tourist attractions across California; the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition (San Francisco); Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition (Portland, Oregon, 1905); Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition (Seattle, 1909); the 1915 Panama California Exposition (San Diego); San Diego Exposition of 1935; Yosemite National Park; Yellowstone National Park; Grand Canyon; Niagara Falls; Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); Lake Tahoe; and armories and artillery guns. Much of the collection focuses on northern California locales, but southern California areas such as Los Angeles and San Diego are also well represented. The collection includes numerous photographs of William and Grace McCarthy during their travels, as well as unidentified men, women, and children. Several groups of photographs depict the McCarthys camping, utilizing their automobile for sleeping quarters, a dining area, and a cook stove.
A few pieces of commemorative ephemera are also included, such as ribbons, small banners, postcards, and National Park windshield decals.
See a complete listing of photographs in Appedix A below.

Appendix A: Photographs

Album Photograph Number Contents
1 1-2 San Francisco, circa 1905. Market Street and the St. Francis Hotel.
1 3-16 Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. Groundbreaking, Tower of Jewels, Palace of Fine Arts, Court of the Universe, South Gardens, and the Statue of Energy.
1 17 California State Capitol, Sacramento, no date.
1 18-146 Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. Avenue of the Palms, Palace of Fine Arts, the Lagoon, South Gardens, Palace of Horticulture, Court of Four Seasons, Palace of Education and Liberal Arts, Court of Palms, Court of the Universe, Beauty and the Beast Fountain, Manufacturer's and Varied Industries Building, Agricultural Building, Festival Hall, Court of Abundance, Fountain of the Earth, Liberty Bell and the Pennsylvania Building, California Building, Yacht Harbor, Esplanade, Avenue of Progress, Fountain of El Dorado, Column of Progress, Fountain of the Rising Sun, Fountain of the Setting Sun, Genius of Creation Monument, End of the Trail statue, The Pioneer statue, Aeroscope, The Pioneer Mother statue, night views of Exposition (various buildings), Main Entrance, Machinery Palace, Transportation Building, Fair Railway, Locomotive, Iowa Exhibit, Oregon Building, France Building, Cuba Building, Australia Building, The State of Washington Building, Canada Building, Argentine Building, Netherlands Building, Food Products and Educational Building, Music Concourse, Buddha statue, The Zone, and photographs of unidentified men and women at the Exposition.
1 147-148 Los Angeles, no date. Courthouse and Art Museum.
1 149-150 San Diego and vicinity, no date. Street scene on Broadway (San Diego); Coronado Hotel.
1 151-165 Panama California Exposition, San Diego, 1915. California Building, Promenade, Prado, Varied Industries Building, Cabrilla Bridge, and La Laguna Espejada.
2 1, 3-11 Artillery, circa 1906. 12-inch battery at Spencer; landing and mounting guns at Point Benito; 6-inch battery at Bakers Beach; mortar carriage damage in Honolulu (Hawaii); and various photos of 6-inch guns.
2 2 Santa Cruz, no date. "Big Tree."
2 12-24 Northern California, 1905-1915. Monte Rio; Golden Gate Park, Sutro Baths, and Cliff House (San Francisco); Panama Pacific International Exposition (Avenue of Palms); unidentified landscapes; Alameda Presidio; and the State Capitol (Sacramento).
2 25-39, 45 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906. San Francisco before, during, and after earthquake and fire (some appear to be photographs of newspaper pictures or other images). Also includes a photograph of the Old Dutch windmill in Golden Gate Park, beach scene, artillery guns, and the Cal. and Hawaiian Sugar Refinery Company building.
2 40-44 Stockton California, Trestles, and Boats, 1906. Stockton Court House, Santa Fe Depot, Santa Fe Trestle Martinez, Stockton Insane Asylum, and the ferryboat Solano.
2 46-56 Miscellaneous - Northern California, 1906. Fillmore Street flooded (San Francisco); unidentified men, women, and children; unidentified landscapes (some with train trestles), roads, and buildings.
2 57-84 Washington, Oregon, and California, 1905-1906. Fort Casey Lighthouse; Olympia Mts., Columbia River Jetty, Fort Columbia, and Port Townsend (Washington); unidentified men and women; unidentified home; Fort Stevens and the Portland Exposition (Oregon); San Diego Palm Garden, San Diego Mission, USS Bennington memorial, and artillery guns.
3 1-12 Northern and Southern California, circa 1910. Unidentified woman; State Capitol (Sacramento); sailboat on the Sacramento River; East Lake Park and Echo Park (Los Angeles); Monte Rio; Cliff House, the Presidio, and the Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); Santa Cruz Casino; and trestles over the Pajaro River (Watsonville).
3 13-15, 19-30, 32-35 Panama Pacific International Exposition, 1915. Court of Abundance, Palace of Horticulture, Tower of Jewels, California Building, Fountain of Earth Views, and the Statue of Energy.
3 16-18 Unidentified groups of men and women, no date. Includes one humorous photograph of man dressed as woman and a woman dressed as a man.
3 31, 36 Artillery, no date. Heavy artillery guns, one labeled "old time gun" and one labeled "modern gun."
3 37, 39-68, 79 Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon, 1905; Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington, 1909; Washington and Oregon, 1905-1909. Lewis and Clark Fair (Portland, Oregon); Fort Columbia (Washington); N.P Ferry Columbia River; Seaside Beach (Oregon), building a jetty on the Columbia River; Washington Street (Portland, Oregon); Fort Stevens (Oregon); training ship and dry dock at Bremerton (Washington); Port Townsend Courthouse, Chetzemoka Park, and beach and tree scenes (Washington); Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition entrance and other buildings; Fort Flagler beach; Fort Casey block house, lake, and lighthouse; Fort Worden (Washington); a Totem Pole (Washington); Southern Pacific "Shasta Route"; Parliament Building (Victoria, British Columbia); and an unidentified train trestle in Oregon.
3 38 San Diego Mission, no date.
3 69-78, 80-90 Northern California - Miscellaneous, 1906. Train tracks along "Shasta Route"; Old City Hall Tower; Fillmore Street flooded (San Francisco); inn or house at Shasta Springs; Stow Lake; St. Francis Hotel; Palace Hotel Court; ruins of Call Building and other San Francisco earthquake images (including a photo labeled "refugee hut"); Santa Cruz "big trees"; Cliff House burning; Stockton Insane Asylum; entrance to Benicia Arsenal; and the Massachusetts, Connecticut, and California (ships).
3 91-106 Northern California, 1906-1910. Santa Fe Trestle, Alhambra Valley; Stockton Insane Asylum grounds; Oakland City Hall; Santa Fe Depot (Stockton); San Francisco City Hall ruins; Spanish War veterans statue; waves on Bakers Beach Presidio; Field Artillery Drill; Palace of Fine Arts; Dutch Windmill in Golden Gate Park; Cliff House (San Francisco); K Street in Sacramento; and the Vendome Hotel, Courthouse, and City Hall in San Jose.
3 107-120 San Francisco, 1906. Fillmore Street, Mt. Tamalpais, Market Street, Fairmont Hotel Ruins, Ferry Building, California Street, San Francisco before the fire, the Chutes, Presidio Nursery, Japanese Tea Garden (Golden Gate Park), Sutro Baths, Fort Point, Cliff House; and an unidentified bride and groom.
4 1-16 Northern California - Highways and Summits. Miscellaneous photos, 1927. Dutch Flat; snow sheds in the Sierra; State Capitol (Sacramento); Carquinez Bridge; Truckee Highway, including the Summit Hotel, Donner Lake, and Lookout Point; Donner Lake Resort; Main Street in Truckee; speed boat on Lake Tahoe; and a dog team in Truckee.
4 17-36 Northern California - Lakes and Resorts, 1927. Tahoe Tavern; Donner Lake; Emerald Bay and other Lake Tahoe images; Mt. Tallac and Tallac Resort; Fallen Leaf Lodge; Al Tahoe; Glenbrook; and photograph of elderly woman labeled "Mary."
4 37-46 Nevada, 1927. Carson City, State Capitol, State Penitentiary, Kingsbury Grade, Carson Valley, Lake Tahoe, and various images of Nevada, including the California-Nevada border.
4 47-65 Northern California - Lakes and the Sierra Summit, 1927 Sierra resort scenes; Lee Vining Grade (Tioga Road); Mono Lake, Devil's Gate (Nevada); Tuolumne Meadows; Tioga Lake and Pass; Tenaya Lake and Resort; the Placerville Highway at the Sierra Summit; Fallen Leaf Lake; and Lovers Leap.
4 66-72 Miscellaneous - People and Places, circa 1920. Bullion Bend Monument; American River; Strawberry Resort; mountain pack burros; Placerville; and unidentified women.
4 73-94 Washington D.C., Chicago, New York, Montreal, Colorado, Arizona, Wyoming, St. Louis Missouri, and California, circa 1920s. White House; Blackstone Hotel (Chicago); Washington Monument; Broadway at Bowling Green (New York); Central Pacific Railroad Depot and St. James Cathedral (Montreal); Seven Falls at Colorado Springs; Arlington National Cemetery and Congressional Library (Washington D.C.); Yellowstone National Park; Niagara Falls; Grand Canyon (Arizona); scene "on the road to Oakland"; and the Conservatory Botanical Gardens St. Louis (Missouri).
4 95-118 Southern California - Residences, Hotels, Missions, and Tourist Attractions, 1915-1916. Residences and San Bernardino Boulevard (Los Angeles); Linnard Hotel (Santa Barbara); Gaviota Pass; Point Firmin (San Pedro); Hollywood Hotel; Venice Beach; "Grounds where photo play Intolerance was staged"; the Pike Amusement Park and the Virginia Hotel (Long Beach); Del Mar; Capistrano Mission; Ramona's Marriage Place; San Diego Mission; Coronado tent city, Hotel de Coronado, and ferry; San Diego Exposition; Theosophists Headquarters (San Diego).
4 119-126 Mexico and California, circa 1920. Tijuana, including border monument (Mexico), Fresno Courthouse, and Bakersfield-Los Angeles Ridge Route.
4 127-146 Northern California, circa 1920. Highland Springs; Lake Port Courthouse, various lake resorts, and various lake views (Lake County); Ukiah; McCray's; Marysville; Western Pacific Railroad scene along Feather River and other Feather River scenes; Toll Gate at St. Helena Mountain; abandoned highway and hydraulic mine near Camptonville.
4 147-150 Yuba River Scenes, circa 1920. Gold mining near Downieville and various river scenes.
4 151-190 Northern California, Washington, Oregon, and Utah, 1915-1920. Golden Gate Park and the Presidio (San Francisco); highway and gold dredging machine near Folsom; Byron Springs; Niles Canyon; Columbia River scenes (Oregon and Washington); photos of unidentified men and women at Lake Tahoe, Santa Cruz, and the Sierras; Washington State Capitol (Olympia); Sisters Hospital (Walla Walla, Washington); camp life photographs; Rose Carnival (Portland, Oregon); auto detour over railroad tracks (Utah); petrified forest; airplanes (Washington); Ogden Canyon.
4 191-199 Lake Tahoe, circa 1915-1920. Including Eagle Falls and Bijou Inn. Also reservoir near Fallon (Nevada), Donner Lake, and unidentified men and women.
4 200-216 Stanford University and Santa Cruz, circa 1920. Santa Cruz "big trees" and beaches; Stanford University, chapel and stadium; Blue Lakes; unidentified men and women at Clear Lake and other locales; Del Monte, including "Roman Plunge"; Spanish fort at Petaluma.
4 217-282 Yosemite National Park, Rivers, Lakes, Inns, and Big Basin, circa 1920. Midway Point; Highland Inn; Del Monte; Healdsburg Inn, bridge, and other scenes; Hopland-Clear Lake Highway; Blue Lakes; Cedar Brook; Clear Lake; lumber flume on Yosemite-Merced Road; 12-inch gun battery at Barrett; 250th California National Guard at Glennwood; Big Basin National Redwood Forest; Yosemite National Park scenes; and various images of unidentified men and women at Searsville Lake, the Russian River, the Pinnacles, and other locales.
4 283-289 Miscellaneous, circa 1920. Football stadium and marching band, military guns, ice rink, and snow sleds.
5 1-7 Miscellaneous, 1906. Photos of William and Grace McCarthy, and an unidentified man and woman; San Francisco scenes (including Market Street); and the McCarthy home in Watsonville.
5 8-24 Miscellaneous, 1906. San Francisco scenes, including earthquake damage, Cliff House, Golden State Park, Presidio Avenue, Geary Street line, S.P. Hospital, and Alcatraz Island; State Capitol (Sacramento); Old State Capitol (Benicia); unidentified woman in drawing room; King and Queen at Portola; train in Muir Woods; USS California; Monte Rio.
5 25-42 Northern California and Oregon - Miscellaneous, 1905-1906. Scene near Camp Meeker; Fort Winfield Scott; Union Pacific Bridge (Portland, Oregon); military parade in San Francisco; unidentified men and women, Independence Day parade, and Benicia-Martinez ferry in Benicia; Alcatraz Island; ferry boat Contra Costa; train wreck on Vallejo-Napa line; Martinez courthouse; Crockett.
5 43-57 Healdsburg, California, 1914. Ship Franconia; Healdsburg courthouse; Russian River scenes, including unidentified men and women boating and swimming; unidentified men and women at Skaggs Springs; and Santa Rosa courthouse and parade.
5 58-80 Miscellaneous, 1912-1915. Huntington Falls, Strawberry Hill, Portals of the Past, Music Stand, and Tea Garden at Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); unidentified woman; French 75 millimeter gun, model of 1897; Watsonville fruit exhibit; chapel at Stanford University; unidentified bi-wing airplane; Third and Kearny Streets, San Francisco; Linnard Hotel (Santa Barbara); Ver De Leu at beach, and Santa Cruz Casino; San Diego Exposition; Sea Beach Hotel; train trestle on Pajaro River near Watsonville; and Redwood City courthouse.
5 81-93, 96-97 People, 1912-1915. All are unidentified. Also includes Santa Cruz courthouse; and Camp Herman.
5 94-95, 98-102 Military Guns, 1912-1915. Coastal defense methods and machinery, including guns at Fort Ruger (Honolulu), and 14-inch disappearing guns.
5 103-116 Miscellaneous, circa 1910. Unidentified dining room; Seattle courthouse (Washington); mortar practice; Congress Springs; Santa Clara Mission and scene of 1st Street (San Jose); Ocean Beach and a windmill in Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); unidentified man holding vegetables; sleigh rides in Port Townsend (Washington); Hotel Vendome and Alum Rock (San Jose).
5 117-123 Sacramento, California, no date. Sutter's Fort, scenes on the Sacramento River, and Brothers Lighthouse.
5 124-145 Forts, Parks, and Presidios, 1906. Annheuser Busch residence, East Lake Park, and Echo Park (Los Angeles); State Capitol and Weinstock Lubin Store (Sacramento); ship wreck of steamer Damara at Fort Point, portion of the interior of Fort Point, Market Street, and Bakers Beach Presidio (San Francisco); two dogs, one labeled "Mage of Presidio"; Pajaro River Trestle; unidentified men, women, and children; Fort Casey Lake (Washington); burial of the USS Bennington victims (Fort Rosecrans, San Diego); beach scene at Monte Rio.
5 147-162 People, most unidentified, 1906. Images of men, women, and children at beaches and residences. Includes "big trees" at Santa Cruz; Veu De Leu at Santa Cruz beach; and Golden Gate Park.
5 163-168 Golden Gate Park and Santa Rosa, 1906. Portals of the Past, Strawberry Hill, Stow Lake, and the Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); and a circus parade in Santa Rosa.
5 169-186 Washington, Oregon, and California, 1909. Seattle, Fort Warden, Fort Canby, Fort Casey, Fort Casey Lighthouse, Deception Pass, Tacoma Bridge, and the Smith Building (Washington); retracting 6-inch gun; unidentified men; the Union Pacific Bridge, Washington Street, and Council Crest, Portland (OR); and train trestles in the Siskiyou Mountains.
5 187-192 Train Trestles and Rivers, circa 1910. Train trestles in Siskiyou Mountains, including one at Wall Creek; trestle on Sacramento River; trestle on the Columbia River (Washington).
5 193-200, 207-208 Military Guns, no date. 12-inch disappearing guns, 3-inch Barbett gun, 6-inch disappearing gun; Fort Stevens (Oregon); the Benicia Arsenal entrance; 3-inch field gun; and Gatling gun.
5 201-204 Hotels and Campgrounds, 1910-1913. Coronado Hotel and Tent City; bathers at Monte Rio Beach; and the auto campgrounds at Marysville.
5 205-206, 209-216 Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition (Oregon, 1905), and the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition (Washington, 1909). Government Building and exhibit at Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition; Agricultural Building, Government Building, California Building, and Oregon Building at the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition; and images of Washington, including the Smith Building and a totem pole in Seattle. Also includes an image of Mount Shasta (California).
5 217-242 Washington and Oregon, 1905-1909. Railroad trestles and tracks on the Shasta Route in the Siskiyou Mountains; 55 millimeter guns at Camp Lewis; Ashland (Oregon) armory; State University at Eugene (Oregon); train tracks in Vancouver (Washington); logging train in Washington; a motor railroad car; railroad tunnel on the Columbia River; sawmill at Astoria (Oregon); Flavel Hotel on the Columbia River; Columbian river ferry; Desdamona, Fort Casey, and Canby lighthouses; Fort Canby; 6-inch disappearing battery; views of Seattle, including Second Avenue, the docks, O.W.R. and N Railroad Depot, state armory, railroad yards; Fort Warden (Washington), Fort Whitman (Washington); and the railroad depot at Everett (Washington).
5 243-253 Utah, circa 1910. Various scenes of Salt Lake City, including the Mormon Temple, Brigham Young monument and Bee Hive House, a street scene, Eagle Gate, State Capitol building, Mormon Tabernacle and the Saltair; and a street scene in Ogden.
5 254-260 Reno, San Francisco, and people, no date. Southern Pacific compound engine in Reno (Nevada); unidentified photos of children; Hotel Fairmont and a birds-eye view of San Francisco.
5 261-268 Chino, California, 1910. Camp life in Chino (with unidentified men, women, and children), Chino Avenue, and Chino public school.
5 269-293 Miscellaneous photos of Southern and Northern California, 1910. San Pedro Harbor; wreck of the SS Santa Rosa; sugar factory (Chino); bridge over canal in Venice (California); Long Beach; Hollywood; unidentified man and woman in garden in Pasadena; Ocean Park; street scenes, and East Lake and Echo Parks (Los Angeles); unidentified woman holding rifle; State Capitol (Sacramento); courthouse and high school (San Diego).
5 294-305 Miscellaneous, 1910. Unidentified people; Santa Barbara Mission; Grant Hotel, fair grounds, and street scene (San Diego); unidentified children and residence in Chino; Casa del Rey (Santa Cruz).
5 306-318 Northern California, 1915-1916. Racetrack at Panama Pacific International Exposition (San Francisco); Sacramento Causeway; unidentified people, some posing for picture at Blue Rock Springs (Solano County), and Concord; motoring in Solano County; and the Liberty Bond Train in Benicia.
5 319-329 Miscellaneous, 1909. Airplane at Monte Rio; damaged German submarine; target practice at Fort Winfield Scott; unidentified men, women, and children; 8-inch gun.
5 330-342 Military Guns and Officer Quarters, and Miscellaneous, 1909. Officer Quarters at Fort Winfield Scott; Ocean Beach (San Francisco); unidentified people, including humorous photograph of man dressed as woman; 6-inch Howitzers at Camp Kearney; and artillery repair truck.
6 1-4 Miscellaneous, no date. Unidentified photo portraits of a boy and a man; Yosemite National Park.
6 5-6 Watsonville, 1906-1909. The McCarthy home and Main Street in Watsonville.
6 7-36 San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley, 1906. San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake, and other San Francisco scenes including Fort Point, Golden Gate Park, Lancaster Battery, various images of the Presidio, Golden Gate, Market Street, Bakers Beach, Cliff House, Sutro Baths, the Presidio's Mascot (the "man-faced dog"), and bear at Golden Gate Park, U.S. Mint, and Old City Hall. Also includes a photograph of the Santa Cruz Casino; Berkeley University grounds; Oakland city hall; ferryboat Newark; USS Massachusetts.
6 37-46 Photos of unidentified men and women, no date. Photos of people in a horse buggy, "in the shade of the apple tree," and various photos of men and women.
6 47-54 Miscellaneous - Northern California, 1906-1908. Views of the Sacramento River; train trestle in Northern California; landslide at Brookdale Farm, Pajaro; "Rose bush at home"; Music Stand at Golden Gate Park; and photos of unidentified men and women.
6 55-67 San Francisco, 1906. The Cliff House; Market Street; Palace Hotel Court; Union Square; the Dewey Monument; the Chutes; Music Stand and tunnel entrance, Tea Garden, and Stow Lake at Golden Gate Park; unidentified women in dining room; Prof. C.F. Grabers Mandolin Club; and the mechanics of Hendy Machine Works (1894).
6 68-69 Santa Barbara, circa 1905. Santa Barbara Mission and the N.S.G.W. Delegates to the Grand Lodge.
6 70-86, 88 Watsonville and photos of unidentified people, circa 1906. Watsonville residences; Pajaro River at Chittenden Trestle, and trestle over Pajaro River near Watsonville; California (ship); College Lake; Norte Dame; Watsonville High School construction; Harold and Buff (child and dog), Young Hostler Harold (child with two horses), and various photos of unidentified men, women, and children, and an unidentified parlor or dining area.
6 87, 89-90 Sacramento, 1905. State Capitol and Sutter's Fort.
6 91-96 Miscellaneous - Northern California, 1900s, 1920s. Ocean scenes; St. Francis Hotel (San Francisco); unidentified man and woman standing by a car; Yuba River; and Byron Springs.
6 97-110 Crockett, California, 1906. Various exterior and interior scenes of Crockett Sugar Refinery, with photographs of the "day shift" and "machinists and millwrights" at the mill; Crockett Mandolin Club; Carquinez Parlor, and a Crockett Society picnic.
6 111-114 Alhambra Springs, 1906. Four photos of unidentified men and women at Alhambra Springs.
6 115-125 People and military guns, 1906-1909. Sacramento River scene; photos of children and dogs; 6-inch Howitzer; 75 millimeter gun; 5-ton tractor; President Theodore Roosevelt in Vallejo; and a group photo of men and women.
6 126-135 Fish Camp and El Campo Grove, 1906-1909. Picnics at Fish Camp and El Campo Grove with various group photos of unidentified men and women; also the Pinole Baseball team; and unidentified woman near palm tree.
6 136-140 Green Valley Falls, and Benicia, 1906-1909. Green Valley Falls picnic; Benicia Wharf disaster; the ferryboat Solano.
6 141-151 Benicia Arsenal, 1909. Arsenal gate and avenue; general view of arsenal; Arsenal storehouse; field pieces; the Arsenal's gardener; Ordnance Corps, mechanics and machine shops; and the tannery ruins in Benicia.
6 152-165 Miscellaneous, 1909. Sausalito; City Hall and people boating on the Russian River in Healdsburg; Santa Fe Depots in Los Angeles and San Diego; Los Angeles street scene; the Chicago (ship); Portola electric bell, Portola celebration, with Don Gaspar de Portola and queen; and a cannon at Point Bonita.
6 166-178 Before and after the San Francisco earthquake and fire, 1906. Market Street burning, Mission Street damaged, buildings damaged, City Hall ruins, City Hall tower before and after the earthquake, and the center of town before the earthquake. Also includes view of the interior of the Sutro Baths, and the Santa Fe railroad trestle at Martinez.
6 179-184 Mt. Tamalpais, 1909. Mt. Tamalpais Tavern, railroad, and canyon, and views of Mt. Tamalpais.
6 185-186 Parades, 1909. Parades in Santa Rosa and Napa.
6 187-217 Before and after photos of the San Francisco earthquake and fire, 1906-1907. Includes images of streets and structures before and after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, such as Market Street, a house on Howard Street, St. Dominic's Church, the Call Building, Nob Hill, the Fairmont, the Hall of Justice, Mission Dolores, Temple of the Scottish Rite Masonry, a twisted monument, and the Powell Street Power House; refugee housing; and reconstruction after the disaster. Also photo of flood along Fillmore Street, December 10, 1906; and a Spanish War Memorial monument.
6 218-231 Miscellaneous - Northern California, 1909. Train in mountains; views of Mt. Tamalpais; 6-inch disappearing gun; photos of an unidentified man and woman in bathing suits; Gatling gun; field gun; and various mechanical drawings.
6 232-240 Miscellaneous - Northern California, 1909-1910. Santa Fe Depot, Court House, and Insane Asylum (Stockton); Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); Blue Rock Springs (Solano County); San Jose street scene, Court House, and City Hall.
6 241-261 Miscellaneous - Northern California, 1900-1920s. Unidentified man and woman (likely William and Grace McCarthy); Dutch windmill at Golden Gate Park; various photos of unidentified people, including a group posing on an automobile in Green Valley, Solano County; Ocean Beach and Market Street (San Francisco); unidentified train trestle; Monte Rio; Fort Baker; hotel or resort at Capitola; the Tamalpais (boat) near Fort McDowell; Point Benito and Fort Barry (San Francisco); and a damaged German submarine.
6 262-277 Military guns, no date. 12-inch guns; "U.S. Old Timers"; 10-inch guns, dismounted, in loading position, in firing position, and dismantled; 5-inch rapid fire gun in loaded position, and dismantled; U.S. field piece; and a one pound Hotchkiss gun.
6 278-302 Miscellaneous, 1908-1912. Mount Shasta, and train trestle with Mt. Shasta in background; Cliff House burning; military guns and "soldier life"; Lands End (San Francisco); USS Connecticut; the Atlantic Fleet at the Golden Gate, 1908, copyright Chas. Weidner; Market and Fillmore Streets at night (San Francisco); "Old Sea Beach Hotel," Santa Cruz Casino, and Big Tree Grove (Santa Cruz); and photos of unidentified men and women.
7 1-10 San Francisco, 1911-1915. Fort Point, Cliff Beach, Conservatory at Golden Gate Park, Presidio, Cliff House No. 2, St. Francis Hotel, Market Street, and President Taft in Golden Gate Park. Also includes a photograph of the California State Capitol building in Sacramento.
7 11-175 Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. Ground breaking ceremony, Tower of Jewels, Lagoon, Palace of Fine Arts, Fountain of Energy, Avenue of Palms, South Gardens, view from Aeroscope, Court of Flowers, Palace of Horticulture, Court of Four Seasons, Court of the Universe, man feeding pigeons, Column of the Rising Sun, Column of the Setting Sun, motor chairs, Manufacturer and Varied Industries Building, Agricultural Building, Festival Hall, Court of Abundance, Fountain of the Earth, Liberty Bell and Pennsylvania Building, California Building, Yacht Harbor, the Esplanade, Avenue of Progress, Educational and Liberal Arts Building, Fountain of El Dorado, Column of Progress, Beauty and the Beast Fountain, Genius of Creation Monument, End of the Trail statue, The Pioneer statue, Statues of the Four Seasons, Italian Spire, the Pioneer Mother statue, night scenes, Machinery Palace, Transportation Building, fair railway, locomotive exhibit, Iowa exhibit, Oregon Building, Illinois Building, Washington Building, France Building, Cuba Building, Canada Building, Australia Building, Argentine Building, Band Concourse, Food Products Building, "The Zone," Buddha statue, raceway, main entrance, and other unidentified buildings and monuments at the Exposition. Also includes an embroidered commemorative bookmark.
7 176-179 San Francisco, 1918. City Hall Monument; American armed forces returning from France (World War I); beachhead at San Francisco; and an unidentified home.
7 180-182 Missions, 1915. Carmel and San Juan Capistrano.
7 183-203 Miscellaneous, 1915. Unidentified people with car; Fairfield Court House; old state capitol (Benicia); Portals of the Past in Golden Gate Park, and the Southern Pacific Depot (San Francisco); train trestle over the Pajaro River near Watsonville, and Main Street in Watsonville; Shasta Springs; Monte Rio; Chino; Hotel Vendome and Alum Rock (San Jose); Congress Springs; Santa Cruz Casino; beach scene with unidentified woman; Veu-Deleu at Santa Cruz; Benicia Arsenal and Hasting residence; and Sulphur Springs.
7 204-228 Southern California, 1915. Linnard Hotel, Santa Barbara Mission and Court House; street scenes, court house, Echo Park, and art museum (Los Angeles); Busch Gardens and Green Hotel (Pasadena); Venice Beach; Point Fermin Lighthouse, and harbor (San Pedro); unidentified people in car in front of Casa Del Rey (Santa Cruz); and the "Pike" amusement park (Long Beach).
7 229-230, 233-249 Panama California Exposition, San Diego, 1915. Includes images of various views, buildings and structures from the San Diego Exposition such as: the California Building, Prado, Varied Industries Building, Fine Arts Building, the California Counties Building, Cabrillo Bridge, Mirror Pool (La Laguna Espejada), the Promenade, a model orange orchard, the Music Stand, and the Isthmus. Also includes photographs of Broadway (San Diego), and the Coronado Hotel.
7 231-232, 250-252 San Diego, July 1915. Broadway Street, the Coronado Hotel, Santa Fe Depot, and a torpedo boat at Coronado.
7 253-258 Monterey, July 1915. Del Monte Hotel, Sloat monument, Padre Junipero Serra monument, and field artillery target practice at Gigling in Monterey County.
7 259-266 The Sierras, 1915. Railroads in the Sierras, including a photograph at the California-Nevada border, Feather River Canyon trestle, Great Western Power Company, and the Sierra summit.
7 267-291 Healdsburg, California, 1914-1915. Riverside villa, swimming parties, views of the Russian River, group photos, comical group photos, Fitch Mountain Tavern, and camping parties (all people unidentified save for one photograph labeled "Harold and Lena").
7 292-294 Benicia, California, 1915. Images of houses covered with snow after a snowstorm.
7 295-304 Northern California, 1915. Pacific Grove; Guerneville, including scenes of the Russian River and Armstrong Grove; views of the Russian River, including one at Camp Rose; Healdsburg; the highway between Cloverdale and Ukiah; and photos of unidentified men and women swimming, boating, and motoring.
7 305-307 Asti, California, 1915. The chapel at the Italian Swiss Colony, Asti Vineyards, and an immense wine cistern.
7 308-311 Miscellaneous, 1915. Unidentified man and woman at Santa Cruz Beach (likely William and Grace McCarthy); unidentified man and woman at Armstrong Grove (likely William and Grace McCarthy); and the Sacramento Causeway.
7 312-319 Benicia Arsenal, 1915. Arsenal office, commanding officers quarters, arsenal shops, arsenal storehouse ruins, the storehouse rebuilt, and the Benicia Arsenal "harem" (unidentified women).
8 1-16 Canada and Washington, 1908-1912. Government Building, "The Gorge," the Fair Building, and Esquimalt, (Victoria, British Columbia); Steamers Princess Victoria and Empress of India, Vancouver Hotel, and Stanley Park (Vancouver, British Columbia); mortar gun practice near Fort Townsend; and New Westminster (British Columbia). Also includes a Canadian 25 cent bill and a Fort Worden postcard.
8 17-75 Forts - Washington, 1909. Barracks, lighthouse, blockhouse, Machinists' Headquarters, lake, and Ordnance Avenue (Fort Casey); Fort Worden; beach, tent scene, and 12-inch Barbett carriage and guns (Fort Flagler). Also includes the Central Pacific Railroad Depot (Vancouver, British Columbia); Cliff House (San Francisco); government steamer Thomas; U.S. 10-inch new model gun carriage; target practice; 12-inch sea coast gun; Main Street, Court House, beach, post office, dock, bike path and Bicycle Club, motorists, and Walther Home (Port Townsend, Washington); Smith Building, street scene, burnt Arlington dock, and steamers Princes Beatrice and Indianapolis (Seattle, Washington); unidentified men, women, and children posed with sleighs, motor cars, in parlors, etc.; the Olympic Mountains, and Mount Rainer.
8 76-79 Photos of unidentified men and women, no date. One labeled "An Old Settler," possibly Native American or Hispanic woman; the others are likely William and Grace McCarthy.
8 80-112 Washington and Oregon, 1909. City Park (Port Townsend, Washington); Fort Townsend; Olympic Mountains; unidentified woman with goat; Pleasant Beach (Washington); dry dock, derrick, and training ship Philadelphia (Bremerton, Washington); Fort Ward (Washington); sea coast artillery guns and other military guns; Seattle street scenes, totem pole, steamer Minnesota, and waterfront; Blakeley sawmill (Washington); rescue of the crew from the Steamer Valencia; Tacoma Fourth of July Parade (Washington); bathers at Seaside Beach (Oregon); and postcards depicting Camp Lewis (Washington), a Russian scene, and other scenery.
8 113-120 Oregon, 1904, 1909. Columbia River; ferryboat Tacoma; Flavel Hotel (along Columbia River); Columbia River Jetty; 10-inch gun dismounted; Seaside Beach scenes; and the Oregon fairgrounds (Portland).
8 121-136 Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, Seattle, Washington, 1909. Includes images of various unidentified buildings, structures, exhibits, and events at the Exposition. Also includes commemorative ribbons for the Exposition's San Francisco Day (September 4th, 1909), and Seattle Day (September 6th, 1909).
8 137-155 Oregon, 1909. Astoria; a log raft on the Columbia River; Fort Stevens; Fort Columbia (Washington); Columbia River Jetty pile drivers in the breakers on the Columbia River Jetty; landmark "Remains of Cairn where Lewis and Clark made salt from the ocean water, Jan and Feb 1806) near Seaside; Seaside Beach; Columbia River Railroad; unidentified lighthouses; Fort Canby Lighthouse (Washington); Washington Street (Portland); and railroad trestle in Oregon.
8 156-165 Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, Portland, Oregon 1905. Includes images of Agricultural Building; Government Building; Bridge of Nations; government exhibits of shot, navy guns, clothing; other exhibits; Forestry Building; and the Liberal Arts Building. Includes commemorative ribbons of Agricultural Days September 28-29, 1905; and "Japan, World's Fair, Portland Ore., 1905."
8 166-175 Miscellaneous, Circa 1909. Steamer Minnesota; military guns; Shasta Springs; Siskiyou Mountains; Mount Shasta; and military sports.
8 176-189 San Francisco, 1906. Cliff House and beach; Presidio Nursery; Presidio and Golden Gate; the Alameda of the Presidio; photograph of lithograph "San Francisco in 1849, Center of Town"; Market Street with views of the Palace, Grand, Chronicle and Call buildings; center of town burning after the earthquake; Market Street burning; City Hall ruins; a photo of the Seattle times headline "City Wiped Out! Fire Still Raging!"; photo of cartoon "Undaunted," in Examiner showing bear representing San Francisco, pierced by arrows labeled earthquake, fire, and famine; and the Mission Dolores that survived the earthquake and fire.
8 190-195 San Francisco and Santa Cruz, circa 1908. The Chutes, Japanese Tea Garden, and Golden Gate Park (San Francisco); Santa Cruz Beach, and the Santa Cruz Casino and Boardwalk.
8 196-212 Pasadena, San Diego, and Coronado, 1905. Green Hotel and Ostrich Farm in Pasadena; Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado Tent City, and the Coronado Double Decker Trolley; San Diego Harbor, Mission Cliff, Ancient Mission Bells, unidentified "Indian over 100 years old," Theosophists Headquarters, unidentified group photo at Torry Pines and in Palm Garden, Point Loma, and Fort Rosecrans (San Diego).
8 213-222 USS Bennington, 1905. The Bennington after the boiler explosion, the Bennington's exploded boiler, funeral for the Bennington's victims, last rites and memorial, USS Chicago boys landing at Fort Rosecrans, and the Bennington's and Chicago's crew and officers.
8 223-233 San Diego, 1905. Unidentified "Indian over 100 years old," 8-inch Chicago gun, old and new lighthouse at Point Loma, Point Loma beach, San Diego Mission, San Diego Court House, photographs of lithographs depicting coast defense techniques and equipment, and Fort Rosecrans battery.
8 234-242 Mexico and San Francisco, 1905. Unidentified group of men and women in front of Mexican Border boundary monument; photos of an unidentified man and woman (likely William and Grace McCarthy); "Squaw in Jail," street scene, and Plaza De Toros and the lady bullfighters (Tijuana); and Fort Point (San Francisco).
8 243-251 Miscellaneous, no date. Unidentified trains and railroad tracks, military guns, "reveille," and unidentified images of two women.
8 252-259 Mexico and San Diego, 1905. Mexican customhouse and office, bullfights in Tijuana (Mexico); "Tally Ho" rides in San Diego, views of San Diego; and U.S. 12-inch mortar guns.
8 260-262 New Mexico, circa 1905. Unidentified men and women; Hagerman Avenue (Eddy), and a Mexican hut in Carlsbad.
8 263-268 Miscellaneous, 1905-1908. Coronado Tent City; military barracks; 12-inch disappearing guns; and the arrival of the Atlantic Fleet at the Golden Gate (copyright 1908, Chas. Weidner).
9 1-7 San Francisco, 1935. Cliff House, music stand at Golden Gate Park, City Hall, Ocean Beach, and Market Street.
9 8 State Capitol, Sacramento 1935.
9 9-12, 15-16, 65-66 Utah, 1923. Utah State Capitol, Great Salt Lake, Main Street in Ogden, Saltair and Saltair Pavilion in Salt Lake City, D and R. G. Depot, and locomotive, Salt Lake City; and train tracks along Eagle River.
9 13-14, 17-64 Yellowstone National Park, 1923. Old Faithful Inn, transportation bus, Old Faithful Geyser, Castle Geyser, bears, Constant Geyser, Rocket Geyser, Tea Kettle, Sunset Lake, Emerald Pool, Burning Pool, Paint Pots, Tower Falls, Yellowstone Grand Canyon, Liberty Cap Rock at Mammoth Hot Springs, Grand Canyon Camp, Dragon's Mouth, Orange Hot Spring, Gibbon's Falls, Devil's Kitchen, Mammoth Hot Springs Resort, Jupiter Terrace, Minerva Terrace, Angel Terrace, Yellowstone Museum, and government headquarters.
9 69-78 Colorado and New Mexico, 1923. Seven Falls and Antlers Hotel (Colorado Springs), Chief Manitou of Taos (New Mexico), Manitou Soda Springs (New Mexico), Cave of the Winds at Manitou Springs, Serpentine Drive to the Cave of the Winds, Gateway to Garden of the Gods, and the State Capitol and 16th Street in Denver (Colorado).
9 79-88 Missouri, 1923. Missouri River Bridge; Union Depot and Baltimore Avenue (Kansas City); Union Depot, City Hall, Art Museum, Municipal theater, and the Botanical Gardens (St. Louis).
9 89-106, 111, 113 Chicago, Illinois, 1923. London Guarantee and Wrigley Building; State Street; Republic Statue, beach, and Fine Arts Building of the 1893 World's Fair in Jackson Park; Blackstone Hotel on Michigan Avenue; Michigan Avenue scene; apartment houses; Mrs. Potter Palmer's home; Garfield Park Conservatory; Grant Statue in Lincoln Park; Chicago River; Swift and Company Building; and Madison Street.
9 107-110, 112 Detroit, Michigan, 1923. City Hall, Woodward Avenue, Bell Isle Park, Ford Factory power plant, and the First National Bank.
9 114 Toronto, 1923. Street scene.
9 115-136 Niagara Falls and Montreal, 1923. Niagara Falls; St. Lawrence River boats; St. Lawrence River rapids and general river scenes; St. James Cathedral; St. Joseph's Oratore; toboggan slide, carriage, rangers' home, and court cottages at Mount Royal Park (Montreal).
9 137-166 New York, 1923. State Capitol building and street scene in Albany; Watervliet Arsenal Entrance; Hudson River; West Point Military Academy; and various New York City scenes, including the Brooklyn Bridge, the East Side, City Hall, Woolworth building, Central Park, Museum of Natural History, Subtreasury on Wall Street, Frances Tavern, Washington Square, Grant's Tomb, the John Shields home, and the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch in Prospect Park.
9 167-198 Photos of unidentified people, 1923. Includes images of men, women, and children. Also includes some photographs of Daybreak Beach.
9 199-211 New York, 1923. Brooklyn Bridge, 94 Midwood Street (Brooklyn), New York skyscrapers, Broadway at Bowling Green, Vanderbilt Hotel, Municipal Building, unidentified men and women, and obelisk in Central Park.
9 212-214 Miscellaneous, 1923. Washington Monument (Washington D.C.), Independence Hall (Philadelphia), and a statue of Robert E. Lee (New Orleans).
9 215-219 Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1923. Atlantic City Beach and Boardwalk, and the Traymore Hotel.
9 220-230 Philadelphia and Washington D.C., 1923. Washington Monument in Fairmount Park (Philadelphia); United States Capitol, the White House, Congressional Library exterior and interior, Washington Monument, group of three unidentified women in front of Lincoln Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery and the Unknown Soldier's Grave (Washington D.C.).
9 231-234 New Orleans, 1923. St. Louis Cathedral, Carondelet Street, City Park, and a Peristyle at the City Park.
9 235-242 Arizona Grand Canyon, 1923. El Tovar Hotel, views of the Grand Canyon, Hermit's Rest, and Maricopa Point.
9 243-321 Yosemite, 1917 and 1920. Vernal Falls, Nevada Falls, Half Dome, Camp Curry, Arched Rock, Happy Isles, Mirror Lake, Bridal Veil Falls, El Capitan, Cathedral Spires, Mariposa Grove, driveway through Dead Giant in Tuolumne Grove, Arched Rock on Merced River Drive, Glacier Point, the Village, Sentinel Hotel, El Portal, Balance Rock, Glacier Point Hotel, roads, highways, and other views of Yosemite National Park. Includes small commemorative felt flag "Yosemite Celebration of July 4th, 1917"; windshield decal "Yosemite National Park 1928"; and paper badge "Fire! Keep it away from our National Parks."
10 1-4 San Francisco, 1935. City Hall, Market Street, Golden Gate Park music stand, and China Town. On the first page of the album appear nine National Park entrance decals, also called "Zoo Windshield" decals, from 1935, 1936, and 1937, for the Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Yellowstone, Yosemite (2), Glacier, Mt. Rainier, and Crater Lake National Parks. Also, a photograph of the route taken by the McCarthys on their Western States Tour of 1935.
10 5-11 Santa Barbara, 1935. Pasa Robles Hotel, Santa Barbara Mission, Home of C.B. Raymond, Biltmore Hotel, and the Santa Barbara Court House.
10 12-37 Santa Monica and Los Angeles, 1935. California Coast Highway scene between Oxnard and Santa Monica; Santa Monica Pier and Thelma Todd's Tavern; Ocean Park, City Hall, Seventh and Broadway, Alligator Farm, Ostrich Farm, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Gay's Lion Farm, Aimee McPherson's Angelus Temple, Wilshirmart at corner of Wilshire Blvd. and Doheny Drive, and Bob's Service Station on Wilshire Blvd. (Los Angeles); Venice Beach; and the Huntington Art Gallery (San Marino).
10 38-45 Southern California, 1935. Orange Groves (San Bernardino); El Mirado Hotel and the El Mirado Plunge (Palm Springs); Orocopia Mountains near Mecca; Shields Date Garden and the trestle over the Colorado River at Blythe.
10 46-65 Arizona, 1935. Giant cactus in the Arizona Desert; scenes of the Grand Canyon, including Hermits Rest, desert view tower, camp grounds, a Pueblo Indian family, and Pueblo Indians dancing; Central Street (Phoenix); and scenes of the Sacaton Indian Reservation, including Pima Indian children in front of a brush hut.
10 66-79 San Diego, 1935. Broadway; San Diego Mission; buildings and scenes of the California Pacific International Exposition, including Avenue of Palaces, House of Charm, Botanical Gardens, Palace of Fine Arts, and the Nudist Colony exhibit.
10 80-82 California Desert, 1935. March Field, Mojave Desert cactus (likely a Joshua Tree), and Beacon Tavern (Barstow).
10 83 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1935.
10 84-98 Boulder Dam, Nevada, 1935. Boulder City, transportation buses to Boulder Dam, Boulder Dam power lines and towers, cement mixers and water towers, Babcock and Wilcox Plant, different views of Boulder Dam, Colorado River, Boulder Lake, and Boulder Canyon.
10 99-113 Utah, 1935. Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Little Bryce Canyon, the Lodge at Bryce Canyon, Silent City at Bryce Canyon, and Mormon Temples at Manti and Salt Lake City.
10 114 Fort Hall Indian Reservation for the Shoshone and Bannock Tribes, Idaho, 1935.
10 115-149 Yellowstone National Park, 1935. Old Faithful Geyser and Inn, "Feeding the Woodchuck," bears and cubs of the park, Yellowstone Lake and River, Upper and lower Falls, bear feeding grounds, Solitary Geyser, Grand Canyon Hotel, Yellowstone Grand Canyon, Tower Falls, Liberty Cap at Mammoth Springs, Obsidian Cliff, boiling pools at Norris Basin, a beaver dam, Cleopatra Terrace, Angel Terrace, and Jupiter Terrace at Mammoth Springs.
10 150-181 Glacier National Park, Montana, 1935. Butte; descent cage equipment at Leonard Min, Anaconda Copper Mine; Continental Divide near Butte and Woodville; State Capitol building in Helena; and Glacier National Park, including views of Lake McDonald, the Livingston Mountains, Mount Clements, Mount Reynolds, Logan Pass, Saint Mary's Lake, Going to the Sun Mountain and Chalet, Lewis Mountain Range, Two Medicine Lake and Rockwell Mountain, Trick Falls, Glacier National Park Hotel, Black Feet Indians in front of a teepee, Many Glaciers Hotel on Swift Current Lake, Grinnell Peak, McCloud Mountains, Lake Josephine, and Grinnell Glacier.
10 182-206 Canada, 1935. Indians of the Blood tribe in Alberta; Eight Avenue, Calgary, Alberta; Banff Springs Hotel in Banff; Cascade Mountain; Lake Louise lake and chateau; Victoria Glaciers; Kicking Horse Pass on the Great Divide; Yoho National Park, including Cathedral Mountain, Kicking Horse River, Emerald Lake, Takakkaw Falls; Boundary monument and division line between Banff National Park, Alberta, and Kootenay National Park, British Columbia; and Parsons Gap, Windermere Sinclair Canyon.
10 207-213 Washington, 1935. Keechelus Lake along the Snoqualmie National Forest highway; Seattle street scenes, totem pole, harbor, and Puget Sound along the Seattle to Bellingham Highway.
10 214-227 Vancouver and Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1935. Canadian National Railroad Depot, Harbor, Vancouver Hotel and Canadian National Hotel, and totem poles of Stanley Park (Vancouver); Saanich Inlet, Parliament building, Empress Hotel, and the Butcharts Gardens (Victoria).
10 228-244 Washington, 1935. The Court House and Zellerbach Paper Mill (Port Townsend); State Capitol (Olympia); Steilacoom Lake; Mount Rainer National Park, including the Tatoosh Mountain Range, Lodge, Mount Rainier, feeding golden mantled squirrels and a Clark crow, Narada Falls, and Nisqually Glacier; and the Columbia River Bridge on the highway between Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington.
10 244-271 Oregon, 1935. Public service building and auto camp (Portland); Bonneville Dam Headquarters and dam under construction; scenes along the Columbia River Highway, including Multnomah Falls, Shepherds Dell, Crown Point, Mitchell Point Tunnel, trestle over Crooked River Canyon, and Mount Hood; scenes of Crater Lake; highway between Crater Lake National Park and Medford; Main Street in Medford; and the Oregon Caves highway and chateau.
10 272-282 California - Redwood Forest, 1935. Scenes along the Redwood Highway; Big Tree Grove, Fairy Dell in Big Tree Grove; the rocky coast near Eureka; Eureka Court House; the "Coolidge," and "General Custer" redwood trees; Blue Lakes; feeding ducks at Beauty Camp; and the Monterey shore and the Highlands Inn (Monterey).
10 283-344 Yosemite National Park, 1935. Vernal Falls, Nevada Falls, Cascade Falls, Mirror Lake, Balance Rock, Glacier Point, Happy Isles, Mariposa Grove, Half Dome, El Capitan, Camp Curry, Native American men, women, and children, and various photos of unidentified men and women camping, and feeding the wildlife at Yosemite National Park.
10 345-354 Tahoe, 1935. Lake Tahoe, Emerald Bay, Mount Tallac, and photos of unidentified men and women.
10 355-358 Miscellaneous, 1935. Ocean Avenue (Long Beach); Picketpost Mountains, Superior (Arizona); and the Pacos River as viewed from Del Rio Highway in Texas.
10 359-400 Mexico, 1938. Various photographs of Mexico and her citizens, including; map of the route taken by the McCarthys (5,500 miles total); US Customs House and entrance to Mexico in Laredo, Texas; people obtaining water from river near Vallecillo; Monterrey, including Avenda Morelos, bull fights, residences, Arco de Independencia on Avenda Francisco; residence in Valles; entering the Tropic of Cancer; Sam Brown's Botanical Garden in Huichihuayan; Sierra Madre Mountains; Tasquillo Canyon near Zimapan; Pan American Highway monument south of Octopan; and scenes of Mexico City, including Paseo de la Reforma, Independence Column, Palace of Fine Arts, and Post Office.
10 401-427 Mexico, Cathedrals, Pyramids, Temples, and Palaces, 1938. Scenes of Puebla, including Avenida del Ayuntamiento, the Church of San Francisco Acatepeck-Cholula, Cathedral San Maguel, Templo de Santa Domingo, business district, street market, Santa Monica Convent, and Hotel American; Taxco, including business district and Cathedral San Sebastian y Santa Prisca; Cuerna Vaca, including State Capitol (Palacio de Cortes), Avenda Zapata, home of ex-U.S. ambassador Dwight Morrow, ruins of a monastery; market day at Toluca; San Angel; Pyramid of the Sun (Teotihuacan); Temple of Quetzalcoatl; and Floating Gardens of Xochimilco.
10 428-454 Mexico City, 1938. Plaza de la Costitucion; Presidential Palace dining room; Chapultepec Castle; National Palace; Zocalo; Avenida Paseo de la Reforma; Labor Day parade in Mexico City, with flag bearer Felicitas Medrano; equestrians and their escorts; unidentified men, women, and children; Chapultepic Heights; Obregons Tomb; Monument of the Revolution; street scenes; Hotel Reforma; Columna of Independencia; and the Shrine of Guadalupe.
11 1-4 San Francisco, 1934. City Hall, Market Street, Ocean Beach, and the Conservatory at Golden Gate Park. First page includes an un-numbered photograph of a map showing the route taken by the McCarthys on their U.S. tour - 10,014 miles.
11 5-12a Los Angeles and Pasadena, 1934. City Hall, Broadway Street, Berheimer Brothers Japanese style house, Olvera Street, and Charles Chaplin's residence (Los Angeles); City Hall and Colorado Street (Pasadena).
11 13-17 Long Beach and San Diego, 1934. Public Market (Long Beach); Broadway, waterfront, and Balboa Park (San Diego); and the Coronado Hotel (Coronado).
11 18-22 Mexico, 1934. U.S. and Mexico border monument; and scenes of Agua Caliente, including the hotel arch and fountain, and the Casino.
11 23-28 Arizona, 1934. State Capitol, Biltmore Hotel, and Central Street (Phoenix); Sacaton Indian Reservation; cactus in bloom.
11 29-38 Texas and New Mexico, 1934. Street scenes and Court House El Paso (Texas); Signal Peak, Guadalupe Mountains, and Carlsbad Caverns (New Mexico); Sam Houston monument, Houston Court House, Houston Ship Channel ferry, and entrance to San Jacinto battlegrounds (Texas).
11 39-45 Louisiana, 1934. Louisiana highway; wild hyacinths in Morgan City; Atchafalay River bridge near Morgan City; Louisiana plantation; "Negro Bungalows," "Negro Bungalows and Conveyance," and "Negro woman and son."
11 46-63 New Orleans, 1934. Mississippi River bridge under construction near New Orleans; ferry boats; Canal Street; Spanish Court; street scene; Saint Louis Cathedral; old Spanish jail; first apartment house in America; City Parkway; home of movie star Mary Clark; New Orleans African American family; and Lake Pontchartrain causeway.
11 64-66 Mississippi and Alabama, 1934. Mothers War Memorial and Great Southern Hotel, Gulf Port (Mississippi), and Mobile Bay (Alabama).
11 67-92 Florida, 1934. Palofax Street, and Confederate Monument in Pensacola; general highway scenes; Mrs. Eliza Smart and family (African-American), in Chattahoochee; State Capitol building and Monroe Street in Tallahassee; Suwannee River; sugar cane and cotton fields; Silver Springs, including photo of Oklahawah River; Bok Singing Tower (Lake Wales); orange groves and "Negro Huts" near Orlando; Lake Dora; Lakeland; Bay Shore Boulevard in Tampa; street scene in Clearwater; Ringling Museum in Sarasota; street scene at Fort Meyers; Naples tourist camp; Tamiami Trail (Florida Everglades); and Seminole Indian women washing clothes in the Everglades.
11 93-107 Miami, Florida, 1934. City Hall, Miami Beach, Biltmore Hotel, skyline, Seminole Indian village, Alligator Farm and alligator wrestler, and the Hialeah Race Track.
11 108-115 Key West, Florida, 1934. Peninsula and Occidental Railroad, Key West home made of coral, Spanish type home, turtle pens, 400-pound turtles ready for shipment, and the residence of Judge Harris (labeled "most southern point in the United States").
11 116-132 Havana, Cuba, 1934. Capitol Building, Spanish Club, Promenade, Fraternity Park, Park Lake, views of the city, Morro Castle, Maine Memorial, Havana Cemetery, Tomb of President Gomez, Malecon Boulevard, unidentified men and woman at Sloppy Joe's Bar, and Havana's waterfront.
11 133-143 Palm Beach and Daytona Beach, Florida, 1934. The Breakers Hotel, coconut and palm trees, city views, Poncianna and Whitehall hotels, palm garden at the Embassy Club Royal, and Lake View Avenue bridge (Palm Beach); Florida highway accident; and various views of Daytona Beach and vicinity.
11 144-149 Ormond, St. Augustine and Jacksonville, Florida, 1934. John D. Rockefeller Mansion (Ormond); Fort Marion, Old Cathedral, Spanish Slave Market (St. Augustine); and view of Jacksonville.
11 150-154 Darien, Georgia, 1934. "Old Negro and his mode of transportation," a large cow or bull hitched to a cart; pine trees yielding turpentine; a turpentine still; and a bamboo farm.
11 155-162 Savannah, Georgia, 1934. "Negro Shack" and "Negro Homes," Bonaventure Cemetery, Tybee Beach, Old Hermitage Plantation, slave dwellings at the Old Hermitage, and "Negro boys singing" and "Negro boys dancing."
11 163-172 Hardeeville, South Carolina, 1934. Cypress Forest at Society Hill, "negroes" and their homes, street scenes of Hardeeville, and one photo of Raleigh, North Carolina.
11 173-177 Richmond and Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1934. Jefferson Davis Highway (US 1); State Capitol, Post Office, and Chamberlayne Avenue (Richmond); and a monument in Fredericksburg.
11 178-181 Mount Vernon, Virginia, 1934. George Washington's home, Potomac River, and George Washington's tomb.
11 182-192 Washington D.C., 1934. Capitol building, the White House, Lincoln Memorial, Agricultural building, Congressional Library, Interstate Commerce buildings, view from the George Washington Monument, the Monument itself, and the old and new Smithsonian.
11 193-196 Maryland and Pennsylvania, 1934. Apartment houses with white stone steps in Baltimore (Maryland); Broad Street homes, City Hall and Independence Hall (Philadelphia).
11 197-236 New York, 1934. George Washington Bridge, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, views of Manhattan, the Battery, Frances Tavern, Sub Treasury, Wall Street, Woolworth Building, view of elevated railroad from Williamsburg Bridge, General U.S. Grant's tomb, Rockefeller Center, the Ghetto and its street venders, Central Park, 42nd Street, Jones's Beach and Tower, Montauk Lighthouse, Coney Island, photographs of the Jim Walsh residence and family (Brooklyn), Trinity Church, Bowling Green, and George Washington Bridge over the Hudson River.
11 237-245 Connecticut and Massachusetts, 1934. Highway scene and Thames River Bridge, New London (Connecticut); Boston State House, North Church, Boston Harbor, Longfellow Bridge (Boston); Connecticut River, Starrett Tool Works, and the Mohawk Trail in the Hoosac Mountains (Massachusetts).
11 246-249 New York, 1934. Hudson River Bridge in Albany, Capitol Building, Delaware and Hudson Railroad office building, and Washington Park.
11 250-257 Niagara Falls - New York and Canada, 1934. Various photographs of Niagara Falls, Victoria Park, and Niagara River tourist camp (Canada), and Niagara Falls in New York.
11 258-264 Miscellaneous, 1934. City Hall and McKinley Monument, Buffalo (New York); Civic Center, Lake Avenue, and other general scenes, Cleveland (Ohio), Studebaker Factory and Norte Dame College in South Bend (Indiana).
11 265-267 Chicago, 1934. State Street and Michigan Avenue.
11 268-287 Chicago's World Fair, A Century of Progress Exposition, 1934. Chrysler Building, Parkway, Ford Building, General Motor Building, Sky Ride, Government Building, Henry Ford Exhibit, 3-inch antiaircraft gun, Frank Buck's Monkey Land, theater shaped like a Studebaker, Union Pacific Streamline Train, performing elephants, and car maneuver shows.
11 288-291 Miscellaneous, 1934. Mississippi River Bridge between Rock Island and Davenport, State Capitol in Des Moines (Iowa); Nebraska corn bin and Nebraska plains.
11 292-297 Wyoming, 1934. State Capitol in Cheyenne, Ames Monument between Cheyenne and Laramie, Church Butte near Green River, and the Rocky Mountains.
11 298-303 Utah, 1934. Rocky Mountains near the Utah State Line; various photos of Salt Lake City, including the State Capitol, Mormon Temple, Brigham Young's Bee Hive home, Main Street, and State Street.
11 304-307 Northern California, 1934. Donner Monument, Donner Summit, State Capitol (Sacramento) and the Carquinez Bridge (Crockett).
11 308-313 Touring Deluxe Automobile, 1934. Images show how the McCarthy's car was used during camping trips, such as sleeping quarters, and cooking methods.
11 314-315 China Clipper Airplane, 1934. China Clipper at the Alameda Airport and the start of the China Clipper's first flight across the Pacific Ocean.
11 316-319 San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 1936 and 1938. Opening Day for pedestrians and various views of the Bridge.
11 320-323 Golden Gate Bridge, 1936-1937. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge, Pedestrian Day, and the opening day for vehicles.
11 324-330 San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, 1934. These photos are of the construction of the bridge and include various stages of construction.
11 331-334 Golden Gate Bridge, 1934. U.S. Flag Ship Pennsylvania and the U.S. Battleship California passing under the Golden Gate Bridge, and Pedestrian Day scene. Also includes postcard from London, and letter dated May 14, 1937 from Henry A. Golombek, aboard the USS New York.
None Loose photos Loose photographs, located in folder behind Album 11. Chicago Fair Railroad Exhibits, 1934. Includes photographs of the Delaware and Hudson Railroad Exhibit; "Ancient Locomotives"; Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Exhibit; Chicago and North Western Railroad locomotive; and un-identified locomotive. Also includes a picture of William McCarthy feeding a bear in an unidentified location, possibly Yosemite National Park.