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Overview Contains 26 black and white photographic prints taken by Ansel Easton Adams. Date of creation of photographs is unknown, although notations on back of some photographs indicate they were taken prior to 1936. Photographs include nature and landscape scenes; portraits; and city scenes of San Francisco. There are two sets of photographs showing murals by Diego Rivera and Gottardo Piazzoni. Also includes two photographs Adams took for the American Trust Company.
Collection — Box: 01
Identifier: PC -040
Overview Collection contains 77 black and white, gelatin silver print photographs of the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day Parade (1979-1980) and the San Francisco International Lesbian and Gay Freedom Day Parade (1981-1985) taken by Joe Altman between 1979 and 1985.
Overview Collection consists of one photograph album and 57 photographic prints taken by photographer Laura Adams Armer in the San Francisco Bay Area between 1899 and 1939. The photograph album includes portraits of family and community members, political candidates, artists, photographers, sculptors and writers. The mounted photographic prints depict various locations in San Francisco, including Chinatown, the waterfront, Telegraph Hill, downtown, and general views of the city. Most photographs show...
Identifier: MS 717
Overview Comprises correspondence, genealogies, personal papers, ephemera, business records, legal records, property records, photographs, motion picture films, and artifacts documenting the personal and professional activities of the Burr-Allyne family in San Francisco and California from 1839 to the early 2000s. Papers include significant holdings of correspondence by John Winslow Allyne, Mary Newell Burr Allyne, Lucy Helen Allyne, Edith Winslow Allyne, Ephraim Willard Burr, Edmund Coffin Burr, Anna...
Identifier: PC-CO: Box [number]
Overview Contains photographs and postcards depicting views of specific locations, structures, people, events, and general subjects relating to cities and towns in every county of California from the 1850s to the 1980s except for San Francisco, which is collected separately.
Collection — Container: Box P010
Overview Collection comprises 15 black and white photographic prints and two photocopies of the front and back of a photographic print documenting Dorothy De Losada's work as a political and union activist between 1946 and 1956.
Identifier: MS 4031, MSP 4031
Identifier: PC-GS: Box [number]
Overview Contains photographs and picture postcards depicting scenes of California places, people, activities, and cultural resources from the 1850s to the 1980s.
Overview Collection of portraits of prominent San Franciscans taken by Arnold Genthe between 1899 and 1920; photographs of the aftermath of the 1906 Earthquake and Fire; and photographs Chinese American inhabitants of San Francisco’s Chinatown between 1895 and 1906. Collection contains film and glass negatives; original photographic prints created by Genthe and copy prints presumably made from the negatives in this collection.
Collection — Box: P008
Overview Collection contains photographs and some paper materials documenting commercial and residential construction projects completed by Golden Gate Iron Works (GGIW) between 1925 and 1951. GGIW was a structural steel manufacturer located in San Francisco, California with fabrication and construction projects completed in the Alameda, Contra Costa, Kern, Marin, Mendocino, Merced, Monterey, Placer, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Sonoma, and Trinity counties.