Buildings, street scenes, residences and other views of Berkeley, including a stereograph of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum by Carleton
Watkins and several views of rail lines on Berkeley streets. Numerous views of the devastation caused by the Berkeley fire
of 1923 are present.
(142 photographic prints and negatives and 18 digital objects (18 images))
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