Title:[Munder family photograph album of Northern California travels]
Snapshot photograph album of Munder family travels to various Northern California locations. General topics include camping,
hunting, fishing, automobile travel, boats and boat yards. Among the particular points of interest are San Francisco (Golden
Gate Park, Islais Creek, Lux School, and disused statuary from the Panama-Pacific International Exposition), Mount Tamalpais,
outdoor recreation in the Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe, and Chinese shrimp fisherman. Other locations depicted include Oakland,
Marin County, Stockton, Camp Meeker and San Benito. Also includes scenes of domestic family life at home. Emil Munder is one
family member often identified throughout the album.
Munder family -- Photographs
Families -- California, Northern -- Photographs
Leisure -- California, Northern -- Photographs
Camping -- California, Northern -- Photographs
Hunting -- California, Northern -- Photographs
Fishing -- California, Northern -- Photographs
Automobile travel -- California, Northern -- Photographs
Boats and boating -- California, Northern -- Photographs
California, Northern -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Photographer(s), compiler unknown.
Most leaves bear descriptive hand-written captions, some of which are illegible due to fading.
Munder family photograph album of Northern California travels, BANC PIC 2020.061, The Bancroft Library, University of California,
Purchase ; from Michael Gilbert Fairley ; 2020.
approximately 200 photographs in 1 album : gelatin silver prints ; album 21 x 29 cm
BANC PIC 2020.061--ALB