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Content Description Collection comprises daguerreotypes, primarily portraits, and also views of cities, towns, and mining areas in California taken between 1839 and 1870. Most daguerreotypes are portraits of early California families and pioneers, such as Maria Paula Rosalia Vallejo Leese and John Augustus Sutter. The collection also contains a seven part, framed panoramic view of San Francicso taken in 1851 and street views of California towns such as Diamond Springs (El Dorado County), Iowa Hill (Placer County),...
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.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: DAG 11C
Overview Seven-part panoramic view of the San Francisco Bay extending from Happy Valley to Rincon Point, taken in the spring of 1851 by an unknown photographer from 1st and Howard Streets.
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: Panoramic photographs X