Adobe buildings--California--Milpitas; Agriculture; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Black-and-white photograph of "the Jose Maria Alviso Adobe, built in 1837 and enlarged in the early 1850s, stands as an excellent example of the Monterey style of architecture popularized throughout California in the 1830s and 1840s. It is the...
Adobes, Mission Santa Clara; Dwellings; Ohlone Indians; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History;
Black-and-white photograph of two old adobes in Santa Clara, circa 1910. The adobe in the background with the dormer window is now the Santa Clara Women's Club. It is one of the oldest surviving adobe buildings in California. State Historical...
Advertisements; Congress Springs and Santa Clara Stage Line; Drawings; Ephemera; Hotels; Pacific Congress Springs Hotel; Railroads--California--Santa Clara; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Saratoga (Calif.); Schedules (Time plans); ...
Advertisement for the Pacific Congress Springs Hotel and the Congress Springs and Santa Clara. Stage Line.
African Americans; Children; Classes (Groups of students); Diversity; Education; Elementary schools; Elementary school teachers; Girls; Palo Alto (Calif.); People; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Women;
Photograph of Mayfield Grammar School graduating class of 1922. The names of the students and the teacher are on verso.
African Americans; College students; Ephemera; Fliers (Printed matter); People; San Jose (Calif.); San Jose State College; San Jose State University; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Women; People;
"Festival of truth" flier, July 10, 1971, San Jose State College, at the San Jose State Girls Athletic Field.
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.)