Agriculture; Color prints; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose Chamber of Commerce; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Color printed on paper, "Stop at San Jose in the famous Santa Clara Valley, California. You are cordially invited to visit our beautiful Valley. When making out your itinerary be sure to arrange to stop at San Jose. Full information about...
Alameda, The (San Jose and Santa Clara, Calif.); Carriages and carts; Horses; Pedestrians
Hill and Watkins photograph of The Alameda lined by trees. A horse and buggy are in the fore ground and a group of walkers are in the distance. A sign for opticians and a white fence lines one side of the road.
Alameda, The (San Jose and Santa Clara, Calif.); Loggers; Trees; Willows
Cutting of the large Alameda Willows planted by Padre Catala, preparatory to installation of the first electronic underground trolley railroad, San Jose to Santa Clara about 1878. Photograph preserved by R.A. and Charles D. South. Willows now...
Alameda, The (San Jose and Santa Clara, Calif.); San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara (Calif.); Maps
A photograph of a map for the plan of the Alameda Gardens, within and adjoining the city of San Jose originally known as El Potrero de Santa Clara, 1850. The Mission of Santa Clara is indicated on the map as well as the Alameda. The original map is...
Albumen prints; Athletics; Ayon, Saturino; Baseball; Brown, John; College students; People; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara College (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Wiley, Joseph
Albumen print of three infielders (l-r: Saturino Ayon, Joseph Wiley, and John Brown) of the original Santa Clara College baseball club.
Apartments; Domestic life; Dwellings; Family; Relocation camps; Forced migration; Granada Relocation Center; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War II, 1939-1945 -- Japanese Americans
Photograph shows a typical evacuee apartment at Granada Relocation Center, Amache, Colorado with female evacuees reading, sewing and playing.