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Collection — Box: P007
Identifier: PC -039
Overview Collection comprises 102 35 mm color Kodachrome transparency slides documenting construction of highways in Los Angeles, Orick, and San Francisco, California; training at Fort Ord army base; and a Case family vacation and recreation in Orick, California taken by James B. Case between 1949 and 1953. Case worked for the California Department of Transportation when taking many of these photographs.
Collection — Box: P009
Identifier: PC -002
Content Description Contains photos of the 1920s Hollywoodland real estate development in Los Angeles, Calif., including surrounding hills. Photos show newly built homes, and houses and roads under construction (two photos feature horse teams). Several photos have views of the Hollywoodland sign, and visible in one photo is the Woodruff developers billboard. Includes a few photos picturing two of the same men (developers?) surveying the area, holding rolled up plans. There is one photo each of an unidentified...
Collection — Box: P008
Content Description Nineteen panoramic photographs, taken by Nina A. Page in 1902, using a Kodak Panoram No. 4 camera. Six photographs depict Bonnie Brae Street, Los Angeles; the rest depict Mount Lowe Observatory, Los Angeles; Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles; Santa Monica; the Pasadena ostrich farm; Terminal Island; Seal Rocks, San Francisco; and San Francisco street scenes.
Identifier: PC -036
Overview Consists of photographs depicting irrigation and water projects throughout California and other western locations collected by William Hammond Hall. The photographs were probably collected while Hall acted as California's first State Engineer (1878-1888) and while he worked in the private sector as a civil engineer. The photographs span the years 1868 to 1917 and depict various water projects throughout California. The photographs comprise a variety of formats including albumen silver prints;...
- Subject: Los Angeles County (Calif.) -- Pictorial works X