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Collection — Box: P011
Overview Lawrence and Houseworth were one of the main publishers of stereoviews on the West coast around the 1860s. They sold views primarily of California and Nevada, and the majority of their photographs are of nature scenes, and the wonders of California's redwoods, geysers, lakes and mountains. The collection contains commercial formats - stereographs and cartes de visites. They were taken by photographer Charles Leander Weed and published by Lawrence and Houseworth, who did a brisk business selling...
Identifier: PC-SF-Streets: Box [number]
Overview Contains photographs and picture postcards with images of San Francisco street scenes depicting buildings, people, and events, as well as views of entire blocks and intersections that are identified, and general views of the city from the 1830s to the 1980s.
Identifier: PC-RM-Stereos: Box 06_Canev
Identifier: PC-RM-Stereos: Box 03_Muysf
Identifier: PC-RM-Stereos: Box 06_Reilly
Identifier: PC -031
Overview Comprises 81 digital image files (76 JPEGs and 5 TIFFs) of San Francisco street photography, digitized by the photographer from 35mm negatives. A majority of the photographs were taken in downtown San Francisco: Market Street, Union Square, and Portsmouth Square. Other photos were taken at Golden Gate Park, Ocean Beach, and one at Playland.
- Subject: Streets -- California -- San Francisco -- Pictorial works X