Title:California stereoviews: early San Francisco, Chinatown, Sacramento and Mission San Carlos
Creator/Contributor:McDonald, A. J.
Creator/Contributor:Graves, C. H. (Carleton H.), -1943
Creator/Contributor:Reilly, John James, 1838-1894
Creator/Contributor:Weed, Charles L.
Creator/Contributor:Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916
Creator/Contributor:Universal Photo Art Co
Creator/Contributor:Art Nouveau (Platino) Stereograph (Firm)
1: Corner of Jackson and Hyde Streets, looking North, San Francisco -- 2: view from Rincon Hill, San Francisco; -- 3: Hayes
Valley from Cal.[?] Street, San Francisco; -- 4: corner Sansome and Val[l]ejo Street, San Francisco (hand carts and rubble
at a stone cliff face: presumably a road cut) -- 5: group photo in front of a building bearing sign "W.C. Keyes," San Francisco
-- 6: the flood in Sacramento during the Spring of 1878, view looking South from R Street levee -- 7: at formal locating of
the graves of Father Serra and companions, San Carlos Church, Carmel, July 3, 1882 -- 8: Chinese Joss House, San Francisco
-- 9: three Chinese laborers, Santa Barbara -- 10: street scene showing traditionally dressed Chinese men gathered at a storefront,
San Francisco (c1901) -- 11: a street scene in Chinatown San Francisco) with a dragon's head and crowd of spectators.
Date:186- -1901 (issued)
Saint -- Serra, Junípero -- 1713-1784 -- Pictorial works
Chinese -- California -- Photographs
Floods -- California -- Sacramento -- Photographs
Exhumation -- California -- Carmel -- Photographs
Streets -- California -- San Francisco -- Photographs
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.) -- Pictorial works
San Francisco (Calif.) -- Pictorial works
Hayes Valley (San Francisco, Calif.) -- Pictorial works
Title supplied by cataloger.
Majority of items captioned in ms.
Identified photographers or publishers include: Universal Photo Art Co. (Philadelphia, Naperville, Ill.); Art Nouveau (Platino)
Stereograph, C.H. Graves (Philadephia); J.J. Reilly (Marysville, Calif.); and A.J. McDonald (San Francisco, Calif.)
Items 1-5, on yellow stereo cards, appear to date from the 1860's, and are probably by Charles L. Weed or Carleton E. Watkins.
11 photographic prints : stereographs, chiefly albumen ; 11 x 18 cm. and smaller.
BANC PIC 1997.033--STER no.11
BANC PIC 1997.033--STER