California--History--1800-1845; Diversity; License system--California; Liquors; Mexican Americans; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--Sheriff's Dept.; People;
1841 Annual Report on Liquor Licenses, Pueblo of San Jose.
St. Josephs Cathedral (San Jose, Calif.); San Jose (Calif.); San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, Calif. 1906; Earthquake damage; Urban life; People;
Looking southwest on First Street, San Jose, CA following the 1906 earthquake. Onlookers in foreground and background view the damage. St. Joseph's Church is visible in background. Note on reverse of print: "Augustus Bennett, DDS."
San Jose (Calif.); Morning Time and Evening Herald; The Daily Times; Cottle & Wright; Leddy's Market
This photograph depicts the Morning Times and Evening Herald building. The Daily Times, Cottle & Wright and Leddy's Market were housed in the same building. This building was located at 65 South Market Street in San Jose.
Big Basin Redwoods State Park (Calif.); Documents; Forest conservation; Hill, Andrew Putnam, 1853-1922; Redwoods; Reunions; Richards, W. W.; Santa Cruz County (Calif.)--History; Sempervirens Club of California; People;
Document written by W.W. Richards ("a Charter Member") covering the years 1900-1927 (for their 27th reunion). Andrew P. Hill was the "Father of [the] Sempervirens Club," and this document was part of an album containing all of...
Agriculture; Apricot; Canned fruit industry; Dried fruit; Fruit; Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Stone fruit;
Black-and-white photograph of apricots being weighed. "Canners usually differentiate prices depending on the number of apricots required to make a pound. Fruit as small as 16 to the pound is ordinarily canned. Even 18s have been put up. 14s...
Adobes houses; Painting; San Jose (Cailf.); Valencia, Manuel
Manuel Valencia's grandfather came to California with the de Anza Party (1774) and became an administrator of the Presidio in San Francisco. The family was given many land grants. Valencia Street in the Mission district is named for the family....
A photograph of the Agnew family in front of a farm house. (Identified on back as: Abraham Agnew, far right; Grandma Bascom seated in front; Lizzie Agnew Smith standing in plaid skirt-Effie Smith's mother; Sarah Jane Agnew standing to left.)