The Angel Island State Park Photographic Collection contains 1,636 cataloged images that date from 1775 through 2010. Images
depict the property as a military installation, a quarantine station, an immigration station, and finally, a state park.
The largest natural island in the San Francisco Bay, Angel Island contains over one square mile of abundant natural and historical
resources. Angel Island State Park encompasses the entirety of the island’s 740 acres except for 3 coastal points—Point Stuart,
Point Knox, and Point Blunt—that are owned and operated by the U. S. Coast Guard. Nestled between Marin and San Francisco
Counties, the park is located approximately 6 miles north of the city of San Francisco and 1.5 miles south and east of the
Tiburon Peninsula. The island is accessible by private boat or public ferry from the cities of San Francisco, Tiburon, and
Property rights reside with the repository. Copyrights are retained by the creators of the records. For permission to reproduce
or to publish, please contact the Head Curator of the California State Parks Photographic Archives.
Collection is open for research by appointment.