Bland, Henry Meade; College buildings; College students; Dailey, Morris E.; Education; People; Photographs; Poets; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose State Teachers College; San Jose State University; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life;
Black-and-white photograph of Morris E. Dailey holding a shovel and Henry Meade Bland and students looking on at tree-planting ceremony on the grounds of San Jose State Teachers College, circa 1925.
Buildings; Houses--California--San Jose; Mount Hamilton Range (Calif.); Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; St. James Park;
Black-and-white photograph taken from the dome of the Santa Clara County Courthouse looking east toward the snow covered Mt. Hamilton Mountain Range of San Jose during the winter of 1880. On verso of photo: "St. James Park in foreground."
Agriculture; Arbuckle, Clyde, 1903-1998; Orchards; Photographs; San Jose (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Black-and-white photograph of the view from the Almaden Valley looking north toward Milpitas. Monument and Mission Peaks are in the center left, buildings of downtown San Jose can be seen in the center right.
Horses; Buildings; San Jose (Calif.); Omnibuses; San Jose City Hall; Post offices; St. Joseph's Cathedral
Looking north on South Market Street near San Carlos Street, San Jose, CA. A six horse team hitched to an omnibus dominates the foreground. On the side of the omnibus is written "Queen of the Pacific." City Hall, the Post Office, and St....
Aerial views; San Jose (Calif.); Churches; Bank of San Jose; Music Hall; St. James Park
The photograph show an aerial view looking northeast from the top of the Electric Light Tower. Building next to Music Hall is the Bank of San Jose at Santa Clara and First Streets. Churches: Trinity Episcopal (left), Presbyterian (middle), M-E...
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."