Alice Iola Hare Photograph Collection

Processed by Chris McDonald.
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
1996

Alice Iola Hare Photograph Collection

Collection number: BANC PIC 1905.04663-05242

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California 1996
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    California Heritage Digital Image Access Project staff in The Bancroft Library and The Library's Electronic Text Unit
    Digital images processed by:
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    Finding aid completed:
    August 1995
© 1996 The Regents of the University of California

Collection Summary

Collection Title: Alice Iola Hare Photograph Collection
Collection Number: BANC PIC 1905.04663-05242
Extent: 575 silver gelatin photographs 304 digital objects
Creator: Hare, Alice
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish photographs must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Pictorial Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
Copyright restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Alice Iola Hare Photograph Collection, BANC PIC 1905.04663-.05242--PIC, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Digital Representations Available

Digital representations of selected original pictorial materials are available in the list of materials below. Digital image files were prepared from selected Library originals by the Library Photographic Service. Library originals were copied onto 35mm color transparency film; the film was scanned and transferred to Kodak Photo CD (by Custom Process); and the Photo CD files were color-corrected and saved in JFIF (JPEG) format for use as viewing files.

Related Collection

Title: Alice Iola Hare papers,
Date: 1857-1926.
Identifier/Call Number: BANC MSS C-B 439

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Unnown.

Biography

Mrs. Hare was born Alice Iola Schnatterly, on December 12, 1859, in New Geneva, Pennsylvania. Born to a large family, she was one of eight children. In 1877 she married James W. Hare. In 1880 the first of the Hares' four sons, John, was born. John would eventually become a photographer and work for several San Francisco newspapers as well as the Chicago Daily Journal. In 1881 the Hare family moved to Carlinville, Illinois, where two more of their sons, James and Ray, were born. In 1895, the Hares moved to Santa Clara, California. Their fourth son, Harry, was born that same year. Shortly thereafter, perhaps encouraged by her son John, Mrs. Hare began to practice photography.
Little of Mrs. Hare's work is to be found before 1900, when one of her photographs won an honorable mention in the San Francisco Chronicle's Amateur Photography contest and was published. The following year she began to advertise her photography in the business section of the Santa Clara News, her logo stating "Unmounted Views a Specialty". In 1902, Sunset Magazine featured Mrs. Hare's work in two of their issues. In January, her photos illustrated two articles on onion harvesting in the Santa Clara Valley. In December, her photograph "Beauty of Galzenwood Rosebush at San Jose, California, on Christmas Day, 1901" appeared accompanying a poem. The next year she published San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley, a collection of twenty one photographs, including such subjects as prune farming, San Jose's St. James Park, Glazenwood Roses, and the Santa Clara Mission.
In 1904 Mrs. Hare displayed several of her photographs, primarily of California agriculture, in the California Building at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis. Responding to the popularity of the display, and perhaps recognizing the potential of photography to lure more people to the West, she proclaimed, "It is safe to say that California will have many visitors and settlers in the near future." 1904 also saw the publication of her privately printed viewbook Vistas de San Jose and the Santa Clara Valley.
That same year, Mrs. Hare and ten other women founded the Santa Clara Women's Improvement Club, an organization dedicated to civic improvement activities such as cleaning and maintaining local neighborhoods, restoring and renovating historic areas, gardening, planting trees, and eliminating unsightly elements such as billboards from public view. Her involvement with the Women's Improvement Club led to a more active interest in local history and eventual membership in other local and statewide clubs and organizations, such as the Outdoor Art League, The Sempervirans Club, the Santa Clara Historical Society, and the California Writer's Club. Mrs. Hare eventually created a booklet on the history of the California Missions, and, in 1909, was the Northern California chair responsible for marking the mission bells signposts for El Camino Real.
In 1905 Sunset Magazine used Mrs. Hare's work to illustrate the article "Where Roses Grow on Trees", published in the January issue. In 1906 her garden scenes were included in Road of a Thousand Waters, a photographic essay of El Camino Real. The following year she attended a convention of the Photographer's Association of California, where she displayed several of her photographs and received an award of merit. In 1908, the magazine Camera Craft published Mrs. Hare's photograph "A Country Lane", which took third prize in their January competition.
In 1911, the Hare family moved to the community of Winton, in Merced County, California. They were only the second family to move there. In February of the following year, Mrs. Hare photographed the Winton bell ringing, marking the founding of Winton's first church. Later that year she exhibited her photographs, oil paintings, and pastels in a fair celebrating Winton's founding. After photographing historic moments of Winton's beginnings, there is a significant decline in her photographic activity after 1912. This may have been the result of her demanding involvement in establishing many of Winton's first institutions and participating in many community activities. In addition to helping found the Winton Improvement Club, she also helped establish the community's first grammar school and school district, planted trees, wrote articles such as "Winton Wants Rural Outdoor Adornment", and became the area's first librarian. It is not known to what extent she practiced painting, or if any of her work in paint media survives.
After her husband's death in 1920, Mrs. Hare resided briefly in Concord and Oakland, California. In 1924, she moved to Berkeley, California. She remained a librarian, and gave evening readings at patrons' homes. She also attended classes at Berkeley High School and wrote romance and adventure stories, some of which she hoped would become Hollywood screenplays. She also began to compose her autobiography. Mrs. Hare died on July 20, 1942.
Unfortunately, Mrs. Hare does not seem to have financially benefitted from either her photography or her writing. She died intestate, not being able to afford a tombstone to mark her grave at Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland, California. Nor does she seem to have maintained any renown as a photographer. As early as 1913, the Santa Clara News, upon a return visit she made to the area, referred to her as "Mrs. Alice Hare, prominent club woman and writer". Even her obituary in the Berkeley Daily Gazette makes no mention of her photographic work, listing her as "A. Hare, Writer..."
(Source: Henry, Michael. "Alice Hare: Views of California Beauty" in A Directory of Women in California Photography Before 1901. Volume 2. Arcata, CA : P.E. Palmquist, 1991. Pages 159-162)

Scope and Content

The Hare collection contains 575 silver gelatin prints, taken by Mrs. Hare circa 1900-1910. Most of the photographs were taken in and around the Santa Clara Valley region of Northern California, especially in the vicinities of Santa Clara and San Jose. Other areas featured in the collection are Saratoga, Los Gatos, the Santa Cruz Mountains, Big Basin Park, San Francisco, Monterey, Palo Alto, Sonoma County, Lake County, and Pebble Beach. The subject matter of Mrs. Hare's work is diverse, including gardens, gardening and botany; architecture; streets and roadways; parks, landscapes, and other scenes of nature; agriculture and industry; travel and recreation; and the local Chinese, Spanish and native Californian cultures of the time.
Mrs. Hare's work displays unquestionable documentary value. It is also unquestionably the result of a deep personal interest in her subject matter and of a life spent actively involved in those interests. Much of Hare's work is self-consciously Californian. She often includes the name of the state, if not the specific area, in her captions, thus highlighting the locale and establishing a particular geographical identity for the subject matter. Her work also places a knowledgeable emphasis on the history of the state and the various peoples that have contributed to its cultural make-up. Hare seems to have had a sharp sense for that which was distinctly Californian and that which was of historical significance to the development of the state. Her work forms an especially impressive record of the history, geography, and various contemporary facets of the Santa Clara Valley area.
Although some of her photographs were used commercially--to illustrate articles in Sunset Magazine, for example--it is difficult to determine to what degree commercial interests motivated Mrs. Hare's work. A majority of the photographs are marked with her home studio stamp on the back. Several are also numbered and inscribed with her name. Many are labeled as "views" or "scenes" of the areas or activities they represent. Some of the prints are copyrighted, some are stamped "Credit Must Be Given", while some even display a price. As a few of the prints indicate that they were commissioned, it is possible that a portion of her work was done for the particular demands of her clients.
To some extent, the scope of the collection might be considered with regard to Mrs. Hare's practice as a painter. Though little is known about her painting, there is the possibility that she used some of her photographs as models for this work. Her garden photographs designated as "studies", for example, might have been taken for these purposes. There are also several still life, landscapes, and roadway scenes which allude to painterly conventions. The few hand-colored prints in the collection, which are apparently experimental, may have also had some relation to her painting.
Despite Mrs. Hare's interest in history and her closeness to her family, there is little evidence in the collection that she cared to preserve a photographic record of her family or friends. In contrast to the places or activities appearing in her work, very few of the people are identified. Several may likely be friends and/or relatives, as many of them appear throughout the collection in various locales and situations, but this cannot be determined for certain. A few of the photographs are of Mrs. Hare herself.
Regardless of their various original purposes, Mrs. Hare's photographs amount to a richly diverse contribution to the heritage of California, especially those regions of the state which were the subjects of her work. Originally from the eastern United States herself, Mrs. Hare understood the distinct appeal of California to those who had never been to the state or were not originally from the state.
In addition to Mrs. Hare's photographs, the collection includes a booklet, "Pictorial Description of the Destruction of Our Church", on the destruction of Santa Clara's Centennary Methodist Episcopal Church from the 1906 earthquake, with photographic illustrations by J.O. Tucker and an introduction by the church's Pastor Fred A. Keast . The collection also contains the cover of a pamphlet, "Pescadero Beach Stones". There are seven prints unaccounted for in the collection. It is unclear if this is an error in the numbering of the prints or if they are missing. There are several prints which are discolored from being glued to their album sheets. It is likely that a few of the photographs were not produced by Mrs. Hare, one of them being a hand-colored print from the studio of F.H. Maude & Co., Los Angeles.

Container List

 

:04663 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: the camp at the brow of the hill and the valley 2000 ft. below

 

:04664 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm

 

:04665 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm

 

:04666 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: In happy, boyish play around the swing

 

:04667 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm

 

:04668 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: All the chicken the boys could eat

 

:04669 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm

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:04670 San Francisco Boys Outing Farm: (All pioneers of the farm) Mrs. Rice and Don Rowland, the boys and "Snyder" the St. Bernard (the guardian of the farm)

 

:04671 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: Mrs. Rice, Miss Coffee and Mr. and Mrs. Brown who care for the farm and a group of the boys

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:04672 San Francisco Boy's Outing Farm: Mrs. Rice, Miss Coffee and Mr. and Mrs. Brown who care for the farm and a group of the boys

 

:04673 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: Rowland and the boys ready to make one of the "mountain journeys" with "Jerry".

 

:04674 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: The boys grouped around the sleeping tents and thin faithful burro

 

:04675 San Francisco Boys' Outing Farm: Mrs. Rice's cottage of stained redwood and Madrona poles, view of the valley below from the veranda is inspiration in itself for a noble and clean life

 

:04676 Old home of Edwin Markham the Poet, Author of the "Man with the Hoe" San Jose, California (hand colored) c.1904

 

:04677 Old Home of John Brown's widow, above Saratoga, Santa Clara County, California 1907

NO IMAGE

 

:04678 Old home of John Brown's widow, above Saratoga, Santa Clara County, California, where Mrs. Brown and her children secluded herself 1907

NO IMAGE

 

:04679 Mountain home of John Brown's widow

 

:04680 [Unidentified Chinese woman, Chinatown, San Francisco, California]

 

:04681 [Unidentified Chinese woman, Chinatown, San Francisco, California]

 

:04682 Chinese boys, Chinatown, San Francisco [No. illegible]

 

:04683 View of Chinese, Chinatown, San Francisco, California. No. 59

 

:04684 Street scene ...[illegible]. No. 190 (Verso: Chinatown 1900)

 

:04685 [Two unidentified Chinese men]

 

:04686 [Store interior, Chinatown, San Francisco]

 

:04687 [Unidentified Chinese woman and boy]

 

:04688 [Woman's forearm with bracelets and rings]

 

:04689 [Chinese jewelry item]

 

:04690 [Chinese incense, statuette, and unidentified object]

 

:04691 [Chinese garment accessories]

 

:04692 [Chinese newspaper, dishware, basket and other unidentified items]

 

:04693 Photos made for Jessie Juliet Knox, a writer of Chinese customs etc.

 

:04694 Made for Jessie Juliet Knox, a writer of Chinese customs etc.

 

:04695 [House front with garden]

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:04696 [House front with garden]

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:04697 [Sidewalk and gardens]

NO IMAGE

 

:04698 [House, yard and trees]

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:04699 The arch and house with great Banksia Rose

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:04700 Santa Clara valley house garden

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:04701 Where the Banksia Roses climb the trees, San Jose, California

 

:04702 [Street, large tree, and houses]

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:04703 [Street intersection, trees, and house]

NO IMAGE

 

:04704 An ivy clad house amid roses and wisteria, Santa Clara, California. No. 854

 

:04705 Santa Clara garden 1906

 

:04706 [House front and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04707 [Ivy covered house, from front, with gate]

NO IMAGE

 

:04708 [Unidentified man with horse, unidentified woman at gate, trees, and house]

NO IMAGE

 

:04709 San Jose house and garden

 

:04710 Cosmos growing in a Santa Clara, California garden. 1906. No. 672

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:04711 Home of Earle Jordon next door to the home of Mrs. Hare

 

:04712 [House and garden, with unidentified girl and doll on steps]

NO IMAGE

 

:04713 [House and garden]

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:04714 [Side of house with climbing ivy]

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:04715 Lester Morris house on the Alameda

 

:04716 "Listen to what the ...[illegible] tell us and see the leaves glisten, and the roses smile"

NO IMAGE

 

:04717 [House and garden]

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:04718 Miss De Arcy Gaw, San Jose, 1907

 

:04718 [House front and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04719 [House front and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04720 [Table, chairs, benches, in yard]

NO IMAGE

 

:04721 Santa Clara garden -- valley 1907

 

:04722 [Sidewalk, trees and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04723 [House, trees, and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04724 Duplicate of 04695

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:04725 [Unidentified woman, house, and garden]

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:04726 [Arbor]

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:04727 [Front porch of house, and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04728 The wisteria seeks the house top in the "Land of Sunshine, California". No. 773

 

:04729 [House with climbing flowers]

NO IMAGE

 

:04730 A trellis of Beauty of Glazenwood Roses in a Santa Clara garden. 1906

 

:04731 [House, garden and drive]

NO IMAGE

 

:04732 [House front with climbing flowers]

NO IMAGE

 

:04733 [House with climbing flowers]

NO IMAGE

 

:04734 [Side of house, climbing flowers, and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04735 Santa Clara Valley garden. 1907

 

:04736 [Gate and rose bush]

NO IMAGE

 

:04737 Ten thousand Beauty of Glazenwood Roses on a single bush. No. 868

 

:04738 [Unidentified woman and large rose bush]

NO IMAGE

 

:04739 [Unidentified woman and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04740 [Unidentified woman and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04741 [Unidentified boy and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04742 [Unidentified boy and garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04743 [Yard, drive, and canopy]

NO IMAGE

 

:04744 View in a Santa Clara garden (Verso: Rose arbor near the entrance to Zuchenfeld)

 

:04745 [Rose arbor near the entrance to Zuchenfeld]

 

:04746 [Garden and pathways]

NO IMAGE

 

:04747 [Garden and pathways]

NO IMAGE

 

:04748 Old plaza in use by the early Spanish and the American Pioneer Settlers, Santa Clara

 

:04749 [Young trees in frame]

NO IMAGE

 

:04750 Mrs. Raventoss, Florist, Santa Clara, California

NO IMAGE

 

:04751 La Honda woman marketing ferns from wagon load of ferns in San Jose

 

:04752 A bit of nature as you find it in the Big Basin Park [No. illegible]

 

:04753 [Tunnel in foliage]

NO IMAGE

 

:04754 [Foliage]

NO IMAGE

 

:04755 [Corner missing]...imble berry as it grows by the roadside, La Honda, California

NO IMAGE

 

:04756 Duplicate of 04752

NO IMAGE

 

:04757 Large Hydrangea plant, height 7 ft. width 10 ft., grown by Mrs. Donohoe, Santa Clara, California [No. illegible]

NO IMAGE

 

:04758 Century plant in bloom, Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 1062

NO IMAGE

 

:04759 [Succulents in garden shed]

NO IMAGE

 

:04760 A view in Arizona Garden, Stanford University. No. 1082

 

:04761 Partial view of the mammoth live oak at Seaside -- two and one half miles from Monterey, 480 feet in circumference

 

:04762 A summer house amid a flower garden in Santa Clara, California (hand colored) No. 668

NO IMAGE

 

:04763 Duplicate of 04762 (without coloring)

 

:04764 Calladium esculentum, height 10 feet, grown in a Santa Clara, California garden (on back: Calladium is elephant's ear) No. 671

NO IMAGE

 

:04765 Calladium esculentum, height 10 feet, Santa Clara, California

 

:04766 [Branch with cones]

NO IMAGE

 

:04767 [Flowers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04768 [Flowers on hillside]

NO IMAGE

 

:04769 [Steps, flowers in wooded area]

NO IMAGE

 

:04770 [Flowers, ferns, trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04771 [Flowers, ferns, trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04772 [Garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04773 [Pathway in wooded area]

NO IMAGE

 

:04774 [Flowers in wooded area]

NO IMAGE

 

:04775 Duplicate of 04772

NO IMAGE

 

:04776 Where 3000 Calla Lillies were cut at one cutting. No. 1073

NO IMAGE

 

:04777 [Plot of lillies in garden]

NO IMAGE

 

:04778 [Flowers]

NO IMAGE

 

:04779 A hedge of pampas grass growing along a Santa Clara Valley roadway. No. 677

 

:04780 A picture sure byway leading by the crescent farm. No. 882

 

:04781 Above Los Gatos. 1904

 

:04782 A grove of eucalyptus trees, grown for fuel. No. 568

 

:04783 The California Wild Poppy F.H. Maude Photographers, Los Angel

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NO IMAGE

 

:04784 Chrysanthemum study, garden in winter, Santa Clara, California

NO IMAGE

 

:04785 [Garden with chrysanthemums]

NO IMAGE

 

:04786 [Chrysanthemums]

NO IMAGE

 

:04787 A study of chrysanthemums growing in a California garden, November 15. No. 679

NO IMAGE

 

:04788 Santa Clara garden, 1906, Mrs. Robinson

NO IMAGE

 

:04789 [Lillies]

NO IMAGE

 

:04790 Study of cherry blossoms

NO IMAGE

 

:04791 [Railroad tracks, tree, buildings]

NO IMAGE

 

:04792 [Masonry building]

 

:04793 [Railway bridge]

 

:04794 [Field with trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04795 [Field with trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04796 [Trees and field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04797 The old pear orchard near third site of ...[illegible].

NO IMAGE

 

:04798 [Road, trees, fence]

NO IMAGE

 

:04799 [Auto path in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04800 [Road, trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04801 [Unidentified woman in road lined with trees]

 

:04802 [Road lined with trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04803 The old willows on "The Alameda", 1904 (c1907)

 

:04804 The Old Alameda

 

:04805 [Road lined with trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04806 [Framed landscape painting]

NO IMAGE

 

:04807 [Road lined with trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04808 [Road, trees, fence]

NO IMAGE

 

:04809 [Creek]

NO IMAGE

 

:04810 Creek scene Congress Springs, near Saratoga, California

 

:04811 Creek scene in winter, near Saratoga, California (hand colored)

 

:04812 [Bridge over stream]

NO IMAGE

 

:04813 [Picnic tables on bank of creek]

NO IMAGE

 

:04814 Springtime, view near Saratoga, Santa Clara, California. No. 215

 

:04815 A winding stream near Milpitas, California. No. 405

 

:04816 Coyote Creek near San Jose

 

:04817 [Stream]

NO IMAGE

 

:04818 At the close of an autumn day, log bridge, Santa Cruz Mountains, California No. 388

 

:04819 [Creek]

NO IMAGE

 

:04820 Winter on the Guadalupe near the Lick Paper Mill, California. No. 146

 

:04821 A quiet stream, Stevens Creek, Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 400

 

:04822 Duplicate of 04821

NO IMAGE

 

:04823 [Stream]

NO IMAGE

 

:04824 Home in Santa Cruz Mountains

NO IMAGE

 

:04825 [Field with road]

NO IMAGE

 

:04826 [Tree at roadside]

NO IMAGE

 

:04827 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04828 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04829 [Road and trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04830 [Waterfall]

 

:04831 [Tree, with field in background]

 

:04832 California cattle pasture. No. 248

 

:04833 [Horses grazing in pasture]

 

:04834 [Sheep at stream, cropped duplicate of 04839]

NO IMAGE

 

:04835 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04836 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04837 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04838 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04839 [Sheep at stream. Duplicate of 04834.]

NO IMAGE

 

:04840 The flock at rest, Santa Clara Valley, California [No. illegible]

 

:04841 [Sheep grazing, from same negative as 04846]

NO IMAGE

 

:04842 [Sheep grazing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04843 [Men with cow in wagon]

 

:04844 [Cow in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04845 View on Scott Ranch, Santa Clara Vallely, California [No. illegible]

 

:04846 [Sheep grazing, from same negative as 04841]

NO IMAGE

 

:04847 [Unidentified woman at roadside]

NO IMAGE

 

:04848 [Road in woods]

NO IMAGE

 

:04849 [Tree at raodside]

NO IMAGE

 

:04850 "Pictorial Description of the Destruction of Our Church" [booklet]

NO IMAGE

 

:04851 [Road and bridge] c1907

 

:04852 Duplicate of 04851

NO IMAGE

 

:04853 [Bridge]

NO IMAGE

 

:04854 [Bridge]

NO IMAGE

 

:04855 The old brick college S.C. from painting

NO IMAGE

 

:04856 [Women in parade]

 

:04857 [Children in parade]

 

:04858 [Boys in parade]

NO IMAGE

 

:04859 [Girls in parade]

NO IMAGE

 

:04860 [Parade float]

 

:04861 [Construction with flags]

NO IMAGE

 

:04862 [Parade float]

 

:04863 View in St. James Park in winter, San Jose, California. No. 1026, c1903

 

:04864 [Women at roadside]

NO IMAGE

 

:04865 [Ruins of building]

NO IMAGE

 

:04866 [Photograph of large building]

NO IMAGE

 

:04867 View of Little Trinity and Parish House, San Jose

 

:04868 The Pacific Mill, Santa Clara, California. No. 80

 

:04869 [Female Institute, front]

 

:04870 [Female Institute, 1907]

NO IMAGE

 

:04871 [Female Institute, rear]

 

:04872 Campbell Union High School, Campbell, California

 

:04873 [Unidentified people in front of house]

NO IMAGE

 

:04874 [Trees and house]

NO IMAGE

 

:04875 [Home interior]

NO IMAGE

 

:04876 Adobe, South Market Street, San Jose, California, an old landmark No. 004

 

:04877 Old Adobe. [Verso: Oldest adobe in Santa Clara -- built by mission indians.] [No. illegible]

 

:04878 Fireplace in old home of James Kenyon west of Santa Clara

 

:04879 [Front of drug store]

 

:04880 First frame house in San... [illegible] brought around the horn [No. illegible]

 

:04881 Los Gatos, California. 1904

 

:04882 A view of Foothill Orchards, Los Gatos in the distance, from Santa Cruz Mountains. No. 635

 

:04883 A cozy cottage on edge of the town of Santa Clara

 

:04884 [Plaza and park]

NO IMAGE

 

:04885 [House front]

NO IMAGE

 

:04886 [Unidentified man in rocking chair on porch of house]

NO IMAGE

 

:04887 [Dining room]

NO IMAGE

 

:04888 [House interior]

NO IMAGE

 

:04889 [House interior]

NO IMAGE

 

:04890 [House interior]

NO IMAGE

 

:04891 [House interior]

NO IMAGE

 

:04892 [Front door of house]

NO IMAGE

 

:04893 View of Winchester residence, "Llanad Villa"

 

:04894 View of Post Office, San Jose, California

 

:04895 California prune orchard in blossom time, Sorosis Farm, seen from the Interurban R.R. No. 205

 

:04896 A California prune orchard where branches of snowy blossoms meet o'erhead, seen from the Interurban Electric R.R., Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 203

 

:04897 Almond orchard in blossom, February, Santa Clara Valley, California. [No. cropped]

 

:04898 Cherry orchard in the willows, Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 639

 

:04899 Looking across the Santa Clara Valley from the eastern foothills. No. 633

NO IMAGE

 

:04900 The orchard, the vineyard, the evergreen oaks and the beautiful Santa Clara Valley. No. 207

 

:04901 I would rather sit on a pumpkin and have it all to myself than to be crowded on a velvet cushion [No. illegible]

 

:04902 [Field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04903 [Field, pathway and trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:04904 One of the live oak trees, Santa Clara Valley, California No. 565

NO IMAGE

 

:04905 Scene in the Santa Clara valley. The Interurban Electric R.R. bounded by cherry blossoms. No. 213

 

:04906 The crown and scepter emblems of Holy Ghost celebration

NO IMAGE

 

:04907 [Women gardening]

NO IMAGE

 

:04908 [Unidentified woman in pigeon coop]

NO IMAGE

 

:04909 [Caption illegible; valley seen from snow-covered hills]

NO IMAGE

 

:04910 A glimpse of the cafe, Alum Rock, nature's own park No. 1036

 

:04911 The Alum Rock, from which the park takes its name No. 1046

 

:04912 [Unidentified woman atop rock]

 

:04913 General view of Alum Rock Park from the hill No. 1049

 

:04914 Part of the tumbled mass called Alum Rock

NO IMAGE

 

:04915 Entering the tunnel

NO IMAGE

 

:04916 View in Alum Rock Park, near San Jose, California. Threading the hillside which was a mass of foliage. No. 1035

 

:04917 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:04918 Drive down the can[y]on from Alum Rock Park. No. 349

NO IMAGE

 

:04919 Snow capped Mount Hamilton, view from Santa Clara, 1904

 

:04920 Found in graves on Franklin Street, pipe of peace and a flat stone used in tanning hides

NO IMAGE

 

:04921 [Mount Hermon railway station]

 

:04922 [Footbridge]

NO IMAGE

 

:04922a [Tents pitched in woods]

NO IMAGE

 

:04923 [Tent in woods]

NO IMAGE

 

:04924 [Campsite]

NO IMAGE

 

:04925 [Two unidentified men at campsite]

 

:04926 [Unidentified men and woman at campsite]

 

:04927 [Unidentified man sleeping on ground]

NO IMAGE

 

:04928 [Front of lodge in woods]

NO IMAGE

 

:04929 A Big Basin redwood, diameter 20 feet

 

:04930 Large redwood, 20 foot diameter, Big Basin Park [ No. 90?, possibly cropped]

 

:04931 Group of redwoods, Sempervirens Camp, Big Basin Park. No. 872

 

:04932 On the trail through the redwoods to Govenor's Camp, Big Basin Park. No. 876

NO IMAGE

 

:04933 On the trail from Sempervirens to Govenor's Camp, Big Basin [No. illegible]

NO IMAGE

 

:04934 Semperviren Tree, diameter 20 feet, Big Basin Park. No. 871

NO IMAGE

 

:04935 The Govenor's Camp in the Big Basin, state reservation, California No. 874

 

:04936 M...[illegible] redwoods of La Honda, Santa Cruz Mountains. No. 722

NO IMAGE

 

:04937 A mountain drive ...[illegible] Santa Cruz ...[corner cut off]. No. 732

 

:04938 [Unidentified woman and men peering from behind and under redwood]

 

:04939 [Treehouse]

NO IMAGE

 

:04940 A view showing logs cut for the mill in the gulch below

 

:04941 Hauling lumber on the mountain ...[illegible] [No. illegible]

 

:04942 Blooms lumber mill showing the line of Big Basin forest. No. 477

 

:04943 James Kenyon at his old house on the Homestead road west of Santa Clara. Mr. Kenyon built the old windmill many years ago.

 

:04944 [House of James Kenyon]

 

:04945 [Drinking gourds hanging from stalk]

NO IMAGE

 

:04946 [Drinking gourds hanging from stalk]

NO IMAGE

 

:04947 Threshing sweet peas

 

:04948 A combined harvester in a California grain field. No. 607

 

:04949 [Harvester in grain field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04950 Hay baling scene in Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 605

 

:04951 Hay baling scene in Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 606

 

:04952 Haying scene in Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 604

 

:04953 Olive king on the Quito Ranch. No. 445

 

:04954 [Olive slats]

 

:04955 [Lettuce rows]

 

:04956 Lettuce trails

 

:04957 Cutting lettuce

 

:04958 A small army of Chinamen in a lettuce field

 

:04959 Workman cutting and standing lettuce seed on drying sheet No. 738

 

:04960 [Workers gathering lettuce seed]

 

:04961 [Threshing lettuce seed]

 

:04962 [Threshing lettuce seed]

 

:04963 [Workers gathering lettuce seed]

 

:04964 Globe onions grown from seed, size 11 1/2 inches in ...[illegible]

NO IMAGE

 

:04965 [Workers in field]

 

:04966 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04967 [Workers in field]

 

:04968 Scene at drying ground on W.J. Fosgate's seed ranch, near Santa Clara, California

 

:04969 View of drying ground on W.J. Fosgate's seed ranch, Santa Clara, California. No. 747

 

:04970 View on W.J. Fosgate's seed ranch, spreading the onion seed to dry, Santa Clara, California. No. 744

 

:04971 A corner on the seed ranch, Santa Clara, California No. 757

 

:04972 Growing leeks for seed on the Morse seed farm

 

:04973 Onion seed spread to dry

NO IMAGE

 

:04974 [Worker spreading onion seed to dry]

 

:04975 [Lettuce and onion field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04976 View of onion field, grown by W.J. Fosgate, near Santa Clara, California. No. 741

NO IMAGE

 

:04977 View on W. Fosgate's seed farm near Santa Clara, California. No. 729

 

:04978 Threshing onion seed on seed ranch of W.J. Fosgate, Santa Clara, California

 

:04979 Threshing onion seed on seed ranch of W.J. Fosgate near Santa Clara, California [No. illegible]

 

:04980 Washing onion seed on seed ranch of W.J. Fosgate near Santa Clara. No. 751

 

:04981 Fanning onion on seed ranch of W.J. Fosgate near Santa Clara, California. No. 752

 

:04982 Onion seed in bags ready for shipment. No. 753

NO IMAGE

 

:04983 Bags of onions ready for planting the next season's crop, September 27. No. 754

NO IMAGE

 

:04984 Picking pears in orchard of A. Block, Santa Clara Valley, California [No. cropped]

 

:04985 [Men resting in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04986 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04987 [Workers in field]

 

:04988 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04989 [Workers in field]

 

:04990 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04991 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04992 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:04993 Box of orang...[illegible]

NO IMAGE

 

:04994 [Melon]

NO IMAGE

 

:04995 [J.C. Ainsley Packing Co.]

 

:04996 Fruit packing house of A. Block, Santa Clara, California (on back: cherries, plums, pears, peaches) No. [45?, possibly cropped]

 

:04997 Sorosis Fruit Company's packing house, a view of the valley and foothills beyond No. 428

 

:04998 Packing apples at F. Burris' packing house. No. 615

 

:04999 A lettuce field ready for cutting, Santa [Clara] California. No. 737

NO IMAGE

 

:05000 View of carrots in blossom on the seed farm of W. Fosgate, Santa Clara, California. [No. 730?]

 

:05001 [Basket of vegetables]

NO IMAGE

 

:05002 Here, in the clean new building, is carried on the filtering, bottling, and packing

NO IMAGE

 

:05003 [Cotton]

NO IMAGE

 

:05004 [Cotton field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05005 [Cotton field]

 

:05006 [Cotton kers]

 

:05007 [Cotton kers]

 

:05008 [Boys with cotton bales]

 

:05009 [Pile of cotton]

NO IMAGE

 

:05010 [Weighing of cotton]

 

:05011 [Field house]

 

:05012 [Clipped branch with leaves and pods]

NO IMAGE

 

:05013 Prune king, Santa Clara Valley, California

 

:05014 [Flowers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05015 Santa Rosa Poppy

NO IMAGE

 

:05016 [Flowering field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05017 [Workers in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05018 [Field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05019 [Field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05020 Gathering verbena seed, Morse farm

 

:05021 A mile of cupids, Morse seed farm, Santa Clara Valley, California. No. 1206

 

:05021a A drive between the leek and sweet peas on the Morse seed farm. No. 1203

NO IMAGE

 

:05022 A dairy ranch near Santa Cruz. Two hundred head of milk cow.

 

:05023 [Man with sheep]

NO IMAGE

 

:05024 The flock near eventide, Santa Clara Valley. No. 918

 

:05025 View of reduction works, Almaden Quicksilver Mine. No. 286

 

:05026 "Whoa Pete"

 

:05027 Almaden Quick Silver Mine

 

:05028 [Caption illegible; ducks in water by street] c1908

NO IMAGE

 

:05029 Streets of New Almaden. No. 1195

NO IMAGE

 

:05030 View of ore and building at Guadalupe Quicksilver Mine, California [No. illegible]

 

:05031 Hauling the ore at Guadalupe Quicksilver Mine, Santa Clara, California [No. cropped]

 

:05032 A view of Steamboat Geyser, Sonoma County, California [No. cropped]

NO IMAGE

 

:05033 Geyser, California

NO IMAGE

 

:05034 Geyser, California

 

:05035 Petrified forest, California

NO IMAGE

 

:05036 Petrified forest, California

 

:05037 Blue Lakes, Lake County, California

 

:05038 Blue Lake, a lake in a California mountain

 

:05039 View of beautiful Blue Lake and the Ukiah State Road, Lake County, California No. 6

NO IMAGE

 

:05040 Clear Lake (?), California

 

:05041 [Baskets and bottle]

NO IMAGE

 

:05042 [Baskets]

NO IMAGE

 

:05043 [Baskets, net, deer trophy]

NO IMAGE

 

:05044 [Baskets]

NO IMAGE

 

:05044a [Baksets, photographs, etc.]

NO IMAGE

 

:05045 The outer row of buildings, Memorial Arch, Library, Assembly Hall, frontage 1000 feet. No. 1093

 

:05046 Memorial Church, Stanford University, masterpiece of architecture of the present century, c1903. No. 1091

 

:05047 West Arch from the court, Stanford University, California No. 1092

 

:05048 Lighthouse at Pigeon Point, built 1871, white light can be seen 15 miles, has 4 keepers, California. No. 712

 

:05049 [Lighthouse]

 

:05050 The wonderful Pebble Beach, near Pescadero. No. 714

NO IMAGE

 

:05051 [Unidentified people reclining on beach]

NO IMAGE

 

:05052 [Beach]

NO IMAGE

 

:05053 [Kelp on beach]

NO IMAGE

 

:05054 [Polished beach stones]

NO IMAGE

 

:05055 [Pamphlet cover: "Harper and Emig Lapidaries"]

NO IMAGE

 

:05057 The whale skeleton, on Point Lobas. No. 814

NO IMAGE

 

:05058 [Grinding stone]

NO IMAGE

 

:05059 [Carriages and barn]

NO IMAGE

 

:05060 [Cove with pier, boats]

 

:05061 [Spider]

NO IMAGE

 

:05062 Looking north on the Guadalupe, near the Lick Paper Mill. No. 140

 

:05063 Reflecting on the reservoir at the Lick Mill, California. No. 147

 

:05064 [Reservoir]

 

:05065 View of residence and reservoir at the Lick Paper Mill, California. No. 148

 

:05066 Palm tree planted by James Lick, Lick Mills. No. 127

 

:05067 The old cork oaks, planted by James Lick [No. illegible]

NO IMAGE

 

:05068 [Tree branch]

NO IMAGE

 

:05069 [Pail with nuts]

NO IMAGE

 

:05070 [Pail with nuts]

NO IMAGE

 

:05071 [Tree]

NO IMAGE

 

:05072 [Bark ring view of tree trunk]

NO IMAGE

 

:05073 [Section of tree bark with ruler]

NO IMAGE

 

:05074 Large cactus in the garden at the old Lick place. No. 128

 

:05075 [Mount Hamilton, Lick Observatory]

NO IMAGE

 

:05076 Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, altitude 4000 feet. No. 967

 

:05077 View of Lick Observatory on Mount Hamilton, near San Jose, California. No. 150

 

:05078 [Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton]

NO IMAGE

 

:05079 [Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton]

 

:05080 The Lick Telescope, near San Jose, California (The great telescope, 56 feet long and 3 feet in diameter)

NO IMAGE

 

:05081 The great telescope, Lick Observatory, San Jose, California

NO IMAGE

 

:05082 [Telescope, Lick Observatory]

NO IMAGE

 

:05083 Hotel Santa Ysabel, Smith's Creek, at the foot of the final stretch

 

:05084 Road scene on Mount Hamilton, California [No. cropped]

 

:05085 [View of valley]

NO IMAGE

 

:05086 [Side of adobe house]

NO IMAGE

 

:05087 [Adobe house]

 

:05088 [Adobe ruins]

NO IMAGE

 

:05089 A remnant of days gone by, Monterey, California. No. 795

 

:05090 [Adobe ruins]

NO IMAGE

 

:05091 A relic of by gone days, Monterey, California. [No. 90?]

 

:05092 [Painted adobe house]

NO IMAGE

 

:05093 [Adobe house, street]

NO IMAGE

 

:05094 The home of the Spaniard, Monterey, California. No. 1111

 

:05095 A mute memorial of the halcyon days of historic Monterey, California. No. 1171

 

:05096 The Senorita's home, Monterey, California. No. 1152 (Verso: The Sherman Rose House, where R.L. Stevens carried his manuscripts to this house to read them to Mrs. Loyd Mrs. Sanchez, he married Mrs. Loyd Osborne])

 

:05097 The Houe of the Four Winds, Monterey, California. No. 800

 

:05098 House of the Four Winds, Monterey, California. No. 788

 

:05099 The House of "Four Winds"

 

:05100 Old Adobe House of Four Winds, Monterey, California

 

:05101 Old Hall of Records on House of 4 winds

 

:05102 Old Custom House built 1822, Monterey, California. No. 792

 

:05103 Old Custom House, built 1822, Monterey, California. No. 791

 

:05104 Old Custom House built 1822, Monterey, California. No. 42

NO IMAGE

 

:05105 Old Custom House of Monterey, California. No. 1184

 

:05106 Old Custom House. No. 1185

 

:05107 The Pacific House, Monterey

 

:05108 [Adobe house]

NO IMAGE

 

:05109 House and ...[illegible] sun dried bricks built nearly a century ago, Monterey, California [No. illegible]

 

:05110 [Adobe house]

NO IMAGE

 

:05111 [Adobe house]

NO IMAGE

 

:05112 First theater in California, old adobe where Jennie Lind first sang in California No.820

 

:05113 [Once home of Robert Louis Stevenson]

NO IMAGE

 

:05114 Once the home of Robert Louis Stevenson. No. 1099

 

:05115 Colton Hall, Monterey, California, where first congress convened September, 1849. No. 38

 

:05116 First state house in California. No. 1193

 

:05117 Old Washington Hotel, first in California, Monterey. No. 836

NO IMAGE

 

:05118 California's first hotel, the "Washington"

 

:05120 Home of Govenor Alvarado, Monterey, California. No. 1194

 

:05121 The old Soprano House, Monterey, California [No. illegible]

 

:05122 Old Del Monte Hotel

 

:05123 View of Lovers' Point and entrance to Pacific Grove. No. 831

NO IMAGE

 

:05124 View of Lovers' Point and Hopkins' Seaside Landmark, Pacific Grove

 

:05125 Chinese fishing village, Monterey Bay, California. No. 839

 

:05126 View of Chinese fishing village near Monterey, California. No. 837

 

:05127 Chinese carrying fish, Chinatown, Monterey, California. No. 770

 

:05128 Chinese putting on bait for fishing, Chinese village, near Monterey. No. 840

 

:05129 Getting fish ready for market, Chinese village, near Monterey. No. 838

 

:05130 [Unidentified Chinese fisherman]

 

:05131 [Chinese fishing village, Monterey]

 

:05132 Chinese fisherman camp, Monterey

 

:05133 [Worker in field]

 

:05134 [Dirt(?) pile in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05135 [Fishermen, Monterey]

 

:05136 The fisherman mending his nets, Monterey, California. No. 1112

 

:05137 Maize, Del Monte Hote.l No. 1172

NO IMAGE

 

:05138 Wash

NO IMAGE

 

:05139 [Tents in field]

NO IMAGE

 

:05140 Old Witch Tree, coast of Monterey, California. No. 1165

 

:05141 Looking out to sea through nature's channel, Point Lobas. No. 813

 

:05142 [Point Lobas]

NO IMAGE

 

:05143 Tunnel Rock, Pacific Grove, California

 

:05144 "Ostrich Tree"

 

:05146 [Beach, trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:05147 Surf on Chinatown Point. No. 1174

 

:05148 [Coastal hills, beach, surf]

 

:05149 [Trees on coast]

NO IMAGE

 

:05150 [Beach]

NO IMAGE

 

:05151 ...[illegible] cypress tree. No. 1197

 

:05152 Loop on the 17 Mile Drive. No. 1195

 

:05153 The dreamy depths of the charming 17 Mile Drive, Monterey, California. No. 1126

 

:05154 The moss-draped oaks on the 17 Mile Drive, Monterey, California. No. 1127

 

:05155 [Cypress trees, Monterey]

 

:05156 Study of cypress trees, Monterey coast, California. No. 756

 

:05157 The 17 Mile Drive through a clump of cypress trees. No. 750

NO IMAGE

 

:05158 [Monterey coast]

NO IMAGE

 

:05159 [Monterey coast]

 

:05160 [Road through trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:05161 [Road through trees]

NO IMAGE

 

:05162 Looking out on Carmel Bay from Point Lobas. No. 818

 

:05163 Old adobe south of Alviso No. 768

 

:05164 Old adobe built 1807 in the old town of Santa Clara [No. illegible]

 

:05165 View of Mission San Juan Bautista. No. 485

 

:05166 Mission San Juan Bautista. No. 486

 

:05167 San Juan [Bautista] Mission founded Nov. 1, 1776. No. 36

 

:05168 The Santa Ynez Mission [Photo by Ironmonger]

 

:05169 [Mission] San Luis Rey de Francia

 

:05170 [Mission] San Juan Capistrano [hand-painted]

 

:05171 [Missing]

NO IMAGE

 

:05172 [Mission] San Juan Capistrano; founded Nov. 1, 1776

NO IMAGE

 

:05173 View of arches, San Juan Capistrana [sic] No. 341

 

:05174 Overlooking the Mission of San Juan Capistrano. No. 662 [photo by F.H. Maude & Co.]

 

:05175 San Diego Mission founded July 16, 1769 No. 1332

 

:05176 San Diego Mission; founded June 16, 1769

NO IMAGE

 

:05177 [Mission San Gabriel. Verso: Founded 1771.]

 

:05178 [Mission] San Fernando

NO IMAGE

 

:05179 [Mission] San Fernando [photo by F.H. Maude & Co.]

 

:05180 [Mission] San Fernando

 

:05181 Carmel Mission north view, founded December 1770. No. 830

 

:05182 Old Carmel Mission, founded 1770. No. 1186

 

:05183 [Carmel Mission]

NO IMAGE

 

:05184 [Carmel Mission]

NO IMAGE

 

:05185 General view of Carmel Mission, river, and bay [No. illegible]

NO IMAGE

 

:05186 Carmel Mission, San Carlos Day, services one day each year

 

:05187 The old Carmel Mission before restoration. No. 391 [photo by Ironmonger]

 

:05188 Carmel Mission from an adjoining hill. No. 829

NO IMAGE

 

:05189 Carmel Mission, founded December 1770, restored 1881 [cropped duplicate of 05190]

 

:05190 Carmel Mission, founded December 1770, restored 1881. No. 35

NO IMAGE

 

:05191 Crumbling are walls of Soledad Mission, July, 1902. No. 1158

 

:05192 Ruins of old Soledad Mission. No. 1162

 

:05193 "Soledad" hastening to complete ruin. No. 1160

 

:05194 Soledad in ruin. No. 1161

 

:05195 Inside the old walls of Soledad Mission. No. 1163

 

:05196 San Carlos Mission, founded June 3, 1770, Monterey, California [No. 342?]

NO IMAGE

 

:05197 San Carlos Mission, founded June 3, 1770

 

:05198 Bells of San Carlos, Monterey, California. No. 1180

 

:05199 Old mill at Mission San Antonio. No. 1152

 

:05200 Old well and arches of San Antone [sic] Mission. No. 1145

 

:05201 West side of San Antonio Mission from the old garden, 1902. No. 1140

 

:05202 Once the home of the old padre, Mission San Antonio

 

:05203 Ruins of Mission San Antonio. No. 1179

 

:05204 West End of San Antonio Mission. No. 1174

 

:05205 View of part of the long arched corridor in ruin, Mission San Antonio. No. 1144

 

:05206 East wall of Mission San Antone [sic]. No. 1164

 

:05207 General view of Mission San Antone [sic]. No. 1138 [cropped duplicate of 05208]

 

:05208 General view of Mission San Antone [sic]

NO IMAGE

 

:05209 Home of the Indian in early Mission days still standing by old San Antonio ruins. No. 1150

 

:05210 Remnant of and Indian house near the old San Antonio Mission. No. 1149

 

:05211 Santa Clara College in 1851. No. 76 1/2 [lithograph?]

NO IMAGE

 

:05212 College beginnings in 1851 [Santa Clara College] [lithograph?]

NO IMAGE

 

:05213 Santa Clara Mission, from an old painting, founded 1777 [No. 523 1/2?]

NO IMAGE

 

:05214 [Santa Clara College?]

NO IMAGE

 

:05215 [Santa Clara Mission]

 

:05216 Santa Clara Mission, founded 1777

 

:05217 [Santa Clara Mission]

 

:05218 [Santa Clara Mission]

 

:05219 Father Gallagher in the foreground with Archbishop Montgomery close at his heels. Fiftieth celebration of the founding of Santa Clara College.

 

:05220 Old Mission olive trees one hundred years old, Santa Clara, California. No. 516 [Santa Clara Mission]

 

:05221 In the old Mission garden, Santa Clara, California. No. 857 [Santa Clara Mission]

 

:05222 Old Owl Belfrey and the Mission... [illegible] by King of Spain. [illegible]... one rings out the angeles. [No. illegible]

 

:05223 Old Mission Cross 1773, Santa Clara, California

 

:05224 Case containing Old Mission Cross of 1777. No. 518

NO IMAGE

 

:05225 A view in old corridor, Mission San Jose, August 6, 1902. No. 492

NO IMAGE

 

:05226 Part of old corridor, Mission [San] Jose. No. 1196

 

:05227 Old olive trees on avenue at the rear of Mission San Jose near convent. [No. 1077?]

 

:05228 [Padre, Mission Santa Barbara]

 

:05229 Side view of Santa Barbara Mission. No. 333

 

:05230 General view of Santa Barbara Mission. No. 334

 

:05231 Santa Barbara Mission. No. 367 [photo by Ironmonger]

 

:05232 [Santa Barbara Mission]

NO IMAGE

 

:05233 Second book of baptisms 1804-1843. Signature of Fra Catala No. 501

NO IMAGE

 

:05234 Third book of baptisms, from 1843-1860. Signature of Father Nobili. No. 502

NO IMAGE

 

:05235 First book of baptisms from 1777-1804, with signature of Fra Junipero Serra. No. 500

NO IMAGE

 

:05236 Old Mission choir book about five hundred years old. Pages ...[illegible] [No. 504?]

NO IMAGE

 

:05237 Old Mission psalm book or hymnal, page 48-49, sung at mass. No. 505

NO IMAGE

 

:05238 Viajo Mission at Lompoc, California. Destroyed by an earthquake in 1812. Fissure in mountain caused by the earthquake. No. 309 [photo by Ironmonger]

 

:05239 Laguna, New Mexico. No. 1729 [photo by F.H. Maude & Co.]

 

:05240 [Laguna, New Mexico?] [photo by F.H. Maude & Co.]

 

:05241 [Native American, Laguna, New Mexico?]

 

:05242 No. 1322 [Native americans, Lagun a, New Mexico?]