Mission Period; Mission Santa Clara; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technology; Water filter urns;
Vessel made of porous stone. There are four four-inch-square projections flush with the top of the urn. These projections are approx. 1.5 inches thick and are part of the urn. Top is round, bottom is oval.
California State Normal School; Drawings; Education; Music; Musical notation; Musical score; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose State University; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; School songbooks; Student life;
Songbook for "Parting!," words by Lizzie McKenzie and music by J.H. Elwood, California State Normal School, Class of 1880. Respectfully dedicated to Miss Cornelia Walker. Comprised of four pages.
Horses; People; Postcards; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Transportation; Women;
Picture on front of postcard of two women in cowboy dress accompanied by two horses. On verso of postcard: "Round-up San Jose. Come July 1-2-3-4. One hundred years of fun crowded into four days at California's Great Frontier Celebration, the...
Astronomical observatories; Carriages & coaches--American--California--San Jose; Horses; Lick Observatory; Mount Hamilton Range (Calif.); Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technology; Transportation;
Photograph of Mt. Hamilton Stage Co. at Lick Observatory, circa 1890. The stage transported thousands of tourists to the Lick Observatory every year. The 28 mile winding road was three and a half to four hours ride each way. The dome on the left...
Ephemera; Italian Americans; Organizations--California--San Jose; Programs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
On left side of front cover of program, "Given by the Italian Colony of San Jose." On right side: "In Honor of our returned 'Boys'." At bottom middle, "Elk's Hall, (Columbus Day), October 12, 1919." Colored Italian and...
People; Photographs; Radio broadcasting; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Technology;
On back of black-and-white photograph: "1st Baptist Church Station." In photograph itself: Two men in "control room," as well as one man ready to begin broadcast. Four people are seated, including three men and one woman.