Arbuckle, Clyde, 1903-1998; Macon (Airship); Moffett Field (Calif.); Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Sunnyvale (Calif.); Technology; Transportation; United States--Navy;
Black-and-white photograph of the Airship Macon approaching the mooring circle at Moffett Field on October 15, 1933. The Macon was based at Moffett Field until February 1935 when the airship was forced to ditch at sea.
Hotels; Hotel Vendome; Postcards; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Color postcard of the Hotel Vendome. The Hotel Vendome opened in February, 1889. It was one of the finest hotels in California. Set on 13 landscaped acres, it was demolished in 1930 to make way for houses.
Automobiles; Associated Oil Company; Service stations
An Associated Oil Company service station at the corner of San Francisco Road (now US 101) and Saratoga-Mountain View Road (now California Highway 9 or Saratoga-Sunnyvale Road). Two men and a dog stand with an automobile.
The artist made this painting based on Moses Schallenberger's description of his cabin at Truckee Lake Camp (today known as Donner Lake). He described it as a windowless cabin twelve by fourteen feet, covered with rawhide and brush as a roof, with...
Sunnyvale (Calif.); St. Valentine's Day; Fuller family; Children; People; Photographs
A Valentine party given by Mrs. F.J. Fewings for Our Sunday School Class. Febuary 1907. Shown are Rev. R.E. Day, Clarence Barton, Bernice Goff, Adolph Zollezi, Casper Dickerson, Mrs. F.J. Fewings, Arthur Ray, Mr. Tulley, Elsie Kirk, Sadie Martin,...
San Jose State University; Student newspapers and periodicals; Editorial cartoons; Reagan, Ronald
Spartan Daily editorial cartoon about Governor Ronald Reagan's criticism of SJSC Survival Faire. Reagan looks on from Mt. Sacramentus at the Survival Faire on the SJSC campus with a sky completely full of smog overhead. Caption text reads:...