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Occident. Owned by Leland Stanford. Driven by Jas. Tennant

San Francisco minstrels

Birch, Wambold & Backus, San Francisco Minstrels from their Opera House, Broadway & 29th Street, New York

The California league grounds, San Francisco vs. Oakland, September 9, 1890 / arto-type, Britton & Rey, S.F.

Hotel Vendome, San Jose, Cal. /

REO Mountaineer, New York to San Francisco and back

REO Mountaineer, New York to San Francisco and back

REO Mountaineer, New York to San Francisco and back

7th hole, Pebble Beach Golf Course, Del Monte, Calif.

REO Mountaineer, New York to San Francisco and back

Panoramic view of the Golden Gate /

Scenes in San Francisco, [no. 2] /

Oakland Race Track, Burns Handicap, 1907

General view, Santa Anita Race Track

Santa Anita Race Track, Arcadia, Calif.

Welch horses, Santa Anita Race Track

Annandale Country Club, Pasadena, Cal., Dec. 25th, 1909

Bundy

Annandale Golf Course

Start of Fred. Scherer & Walter Wiley

Fred Scherer & Walter Wiley

Automobile road race day, Imperial, Cal., Feb. 22, 1913

Fred Scherer & Walt Wiley

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL FRONT: ROBERT N. HARPER; WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN; JOSEPHUS DANIELS; C.K. BERRYMAN. REAR: UNIDENTIFIED; BAKER OF CALIFORNIA; JAMES HARRINGTON COVINGTON OF MARYLAND; FRANKLIN K. LANE

BASEBALL, PROFESSIONAL FRONT: ROBERT N. HARPER; BRYAN; DANIELS; C.K. BERRYMAN. REAR: UNIDENTIFIED; BAKER OF CALIFORNIA; COVINGTON OF MARYLAND; LANE

Mabel and Fatty viewing the World's Fair at San Francisco, Cal. /

Meet us at Ascot Speedway, Sunday, 2 P.M., March 19th

Pres. Wilson addressing 50,000 people, San Diego Stadium, Sept. 19, 1919

California Football Game

Congresswoman Nolan, Rep. from Calif., playing golf

Major E.W. "Tim", Jordon, Infantry Reserve, now stationed in San Francisco, with the Veterans Bureau travel[...] across the continent to Camp Meade, Md., to join the training camp of his regiment, the 317th Infantry During the war he was with the 312th Machine Gun Battalion. He was formerly [...]cretary of the Washington Baseball Team

1925 Big Game, Stanford 26 - U. of C. 14, Stanford Stadium, Nov. 21st, 1925

[General view of Los Angeles Olympic Stadium on the opening day of the Games of the Xth Olympiad, while contenders from all nations take the Olympic Athlete's Oath]

[General view of Los Angeles Olympic Stadium on the opening day of the Games of the Xth Olympiad, while contenders from all nations take the Olympic Athlete's Oath]

[General view of Los Angeles Olympic Stadium, July 30, 1932, opening day of the Games of the Xth Olympiad]

[General view of Los Angeles Olympic Stadium on the opening day of the Games of the Xth Olympiad, while contenders from all nations take the Olympic Athlete's Oath]

All races serve the crops in California

Charles Dicken's immortal play "The cricket on the hearth"

Flying Frenchman. Washington, D.C. Sept. 12. Michael Detroyat, who was the sensation of this year's National Air Races at Los Angeles, arrived in Washington today for a short visit

Vice President cheers favorite at opening game. Washington, D.C., April 19. Business was at a standstill today in both houses of congress as republicans and democrats alike attended the opening game of the baseball season in Washington between the Washington Senators and the Philadelphia Athletics. Pictured here are Senator William Gibbs McAdoo, Republican of Calif.; Vice President Garner; Senator Charles McNary, Republican of Oregon; and Senator Tom Connally, Democrat of Texas, 4/19/1937

Watching ball game. Shafter camp for migrants. California

Watching ball game. Shafter migrant camp. California

Near mountain home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

Near Mountain Home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

Watching ball game. Shafter camp for migrants. California

3650 graduates received their degrees at University of California in May 1938. Stadium, University of Califorinia

Near Mountain Home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

Ball game. Shafter migrant camp. California

Watching ball game. Shafter migrant camp. California

Near mountain home, northern Arkansas, on U.S. 62. Farmers' baseball game in the country. From this area many have gone to California to work in agriculture

Watching ball game. Shafter migrant camp. California

Japanese-American camp, war emergency evacuation,[Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, Calif.]

Watching a Sunday afternoon baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Watching baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Bingo game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Pool hall and game parlor, Central Valley, California. This is one of the boom towns near Shasta Dam

Meeting of Baseball Club. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Watching baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Poker game of construction workers at canteen. Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California

Poker game of construction workers at canteen. Shasta Dam, Shasta County, California

Baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Watching baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Bingo game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Baseball game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Meeting of Maverick Baseball Club. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Bingo game. Tulare migrant camp. Visalia, California

Cotton stockings. Ilona Massy wearing bright red, knee high socks, in ribbed lisle, which have been designed for active sports wear

Cotton stockings. Ilona Massey wearing bright red, knee socks, in ribbed lisle, which have been designed for active sports wear

Playing pingpong in the courtyard of the Hotel U.S. Grant. San Diego, California

Bridge game at Balboa Park, California

Cotton stockings. Ilona Massey wearing bright red, knee-high socks, in ribbed lisle, which have been designed for active sports wear

Game of vogue. Balboa Park, San Diego, California

Game of vogue. Balboa Park, California

Judge of racing events. Imperial County Fair, California

Lieutenant Robert "Rocky" Byrnes (in the plane), twenty-six, Saint Louis, Missouri, flying with the Sixty-fourth Squadron of the Fifty-seventy Fighter Group is seen here as he landed after destroying three ME-109's. The Fifty-seventh United States Fighter Group of the Ninth Air Force destroyed seventy-four enemy planes in the same action. Lieutenant Byrnes now has four enemy fighter planes to his credit. He was a pro baseball player with Cincy farm system before the war. Captain Carl A. Nelson, Los Angeles, California, intelligence agen for Sixty-fourth, getting details of Byrnes' part in action

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. A group of North American's women employees at Inglewood, California, discuss a coming sports event with Bonnie Edlund, women's activities director. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Part of novelty race at Imperial County Fair, California

A group of employees discuss the evening interdepartmental softball game with Ken Kellough, recreation director at North American. The recreation department sponsors softball, baseball, basketball, tennis, swimming, boxing, golf, track, bowling, ice hockey and a rifle club, horseback riding club and ski club. Trophies are given to winning teams in interdepartment competition

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. Joe Gonzales, former professional baseball player, handles the organization of sports in the recreation department of North American Aviation at Inglewood, California. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell" bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane, which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Production. B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bombers. Negro and white work together at North American's Inglewood, California, plant, turning out planes to defeat the Axis. Here, employees of both races assemble the wing panels for a B-25 bomber. In addition to the battle-tested B-25 "Billy Mitchell bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, this plant produces the P-51 "Mustang" fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Production. Airplane manufacture, general. A group of employees at the Inglewood, California, plant of North American Aviation, discuss the evening inter-department softball game with Ken Kellough, recreation director. The recreation department sponsors softball, baseball, basketball, tennis, swimming, boxing, golf, track, bowling, ice hockey, a rifle club, horseback riding club, and a ski club. Trophies are given to winning teams in inter-department competiton. This plant produces the battle-tested B-25 ("Billy Mitchell) bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, and the P-51 ("Mustang") fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Health and welfare activities. North American Aviation. All work and no play is very much against company policy at North American Aviation in Inglewood, California. Bonnie Edlund (left), NAA's Coordinator of Women's Activities, discusses scheduled sports activities with a group of factory and office workers. NAA-sponsored employee activities include bowling, swimming, softball, tennis, horseback riding, Red Cross work, and many social events

Children's horse race at the Imperial County Fair, California

Tulare County, California. FSA (Farm Security Administration) farm workers' camp. Girl Scout learning camp. Domino game

Los Angeles County, California. The evacuation of Japanese and Japanese-Americans from West coast areas under United States Army war emergency order. Race tracks, fairgrounds and rodeo grounds have been utilized throughout the state for reception centers for these Japanese

American soldiers in China meet many Chinese girls who were educated in the United States and find them good sports companions. Sergeant Ivan O. Stanbury of Pomona, California with three young ladies waiting for their turn on the tennis court

Baseball players in war production. "Frenchy" Uhalt, center fielder with Hollywood Club, puts his gloves aside to work in the research department at Douglas Aircraft

Bridge game, Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi, Nurse Chiye Yamanaki, Miss Catherine Yamaguchi, Miss Kazoko Nagahama, Manzanar Relocation Center, California

Baseball players in war production. "Frenchy" Uhalt, center fielder with Hollywood Club, puts his gloves aside to work in the research department at Douglas Aircraft

Bridge game, Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi, Nurse Chiye Yamanaki, Miss Catherine Yamaguchi, Miss Kazoko Nagahama, Manzanar Relocation Center, California

Baseball players in war production. George Stovall, retired manager of the Cleveland Indians, does his bit at the California Ship Building Corporation where he helps build Liberty ships

Baseball players in war production. Pitching in to stop the Axis short, shortstop Vernie Stephens, former Saint Louis Browns star, has been a warehouseman for California Ship Building Corporation since early last fall

Baseball players in war production. Three major leaguers put the diamond behind them and get to work for Uncle Sam in the California Shipbuilding Corporation. Vernie Stephens (left), former shortstop with Saint Louis Browns, George Stovall, retired manager of the Cleveland Indians, and Vince DiMaggio, of the Pittburgh Pirates, are currently employed as warehousemen at the California shipyards

Baseball players in war production. Lunch hour at California Ship Building Corporation finds two of baseball's major leaguers talking things over. As fellow ship-builders at the California shipyards, George Stovall, retired manager of the Cleveland Indians, and Vince DiMaggio, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder, agree that they're both members of the greatest American team in existence--the team that's all out to beat the Axis

Bridge game, Nurse Aiko Hamaguchi, Nurse Chiye Yamanaki, Miss Catherine Yamaguchi, Miss Kazoko Nagahama, Manzanar Relocation Center, California

Baseball players in war production. "Safe," signals George Stovall, retired manager of the Cleveland Indians as Vince DiMaggio slides home during a lunch-hour softball game in the California Shipbuilding Corporation shipyards. DiMaggio, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder, has been a warehouseman at the California shipyards since last fall; Stovall has worked as checker in the yards for more than a year

Baseball players in war production. Outfielder Vince DiMaggio, of the Pittsburgh Pirates, has been working at the California Ship Building Corporation since last October. He's one of the many former athletic stars who are helping to smash the Axis by building the equipment needed by America's fighting men

Baseball players in war production. Outfielder Vince DiMaggio, of the Pittsburgh Pirates, has been working at the California Ship Building Corporation since last October. He's one of the many former athletic stars who are helping to smash the Axis by building the equipment needed by America's fighting men

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