Buildings; Carriages & coaches--American--California--San Jose ; Horses; People; Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation; Urban life
Black-and-white photograph of the Farmers Union Building in San Jose, 1874. On verso of photo: "The southeast corner of Second and Santa Clara streets looked like this in 1874, just after A. Pfister, noted merchant, mayor and founder of San...
Anderson-Barngrover Mfg. Co.; Automobiles; Food Machinery Corporation; Industrial buildings; Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation;
Black-and-white photograph of Anderson-Barngrover Manufacturing Plant exterior, circa 1920. Food Machinery Company photo. Anderson-Barngrover eventually merged in the late 1920s with the Bean Spray Co. to create FMC.
Aerial photographs; Agriculture; Automobiles; Owens-Corning Fiberglas Plant; Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technology; Transportation
Black-and-white aerial photograph of the Owens Corning Fiberglas Plant in Santa Clara, Calif., under construction in 1948. Note how vacant the land north of the Bayshore Highway in Santa Clara looked in 1948. Lafayette and Kifer marked on aerial...
Automobiles; Carriages & coaches--American--California--Santa Clara; Gardens; Horses; Houses--California--Santa Clara; Orchards; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation; Women;
Black-and-white photograph of the Ted Wilson house on Winchester Rd., on the south side of Catholic Cemetery. The cemetery sexton lived there. The mausoleum now occupies the property. Note women in automobile at left and men in horse drawn...
Automobiles; Jackhammers; People; Photographs; Public buildings; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Shovels; Transportation; Trees
Santa Clara City Council members, left to right, William Kiely, Robert Maynard, Mayor Frank Keller, Larry Fargher, Larry Marsalli, Matt Talia and William Wilson, Jr. at groundbreaking for the Franklin Mall, a downtown urban redevelopment project.