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Charge of Captain Reid, at Sacramento

Sacramento ; First frame house erected Jany. 1st, 1849, by S. Brannan ; Present population estimated at 20,000, June 17, 1852 / / J. Britton del ; Lith. & published by Cooke & LeCount, San Francisco.

Gold in California - "El Dorado," in Sacramento

Map showing the location of Sacramento Valley Railroad, Cal. Sacramento, Septr., 1854; T.D. Judah, Chief Engineer.

Sacramento City, K Street, looking East from the Masonic Hall

Sixth Street, Sacramento City, Grammar School - Baptist Church, Masonic Hall

The New Capitol Building, Sacramento City

Sacramento City from the New Capitol Building looking Northeast

Steamer for Marysville passing the bridge at Sacramento

The State Capitol at Sacramento City

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building, looking Southwest

Chinese Market, Sacramento Street, San Francisco

Truckee River, looking towards Eastern Summit - 135 miles from Sacramento - Central Pacific Railroad

East side of Montgomery St., from Sacramento to California, San Francisco

San Francisco, Calif. - China Town, Sacramento St.

What Cheer House, Sacramento St., San Francisco

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building - Looking west, M Street - River in the distance

View of the American River from the Suspension Bridge at Folsom, Sacramento County

Sacramento River from the bridge at Sacramento City

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building - Looking northeast by East

Steamers for the Upper Sacramento River, at Sacramento

Sacramento City, K Street, Masonic Hall and Catholic Church

Railroad and suspension bridges at Folsom, Sacramento County

The Suspension Bridge at Folsom, Sacramento County

Sacramento - J Street from Sixth Street, laying the Nicolson Pavement

Sacramento River and Levee, from Front Street, Sacramento City

The Levee and Central Pacific Railroad, Freight Trains, Sacramento - People resting

Sacramento Street, West from Montgomery St., San Francisco

San Francisco, Calif. - Chy Lung & Co.'s store, Sacramento St.

Steamer for Marysville passing the Bridge, at Sacramento

The Suspension and Railroad Bridge, over the American River, at Folsom, Sacramento County

Cabin of the Sacramento River Steamer Capital

Sacramento City- China Slough from the Pioneer Flour Mills

[Railroad depots on the levee, Sacramento, California]

The river and steamers at Sacramento City

The Railroad Depots, on the levee, Sacramento City

J street, Sacramento, from Hastings' Block

The railroad and suspension bridges, Folsom, Sacramento County

City Cemetery, Sacramento City

Sacramento Street, from Powell Street, San Francisco

Telegraph Hill from corner Sacramento and Powell Streets, San Francisco

K Street, Sacramento, from Kohn's Bldg.

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building, looking East

Steamship SACRAMENTO, San Francisco

Sacramento City, K Street, looking West from the Masonic Hall - [W]averly House Meals 25 cents, several buildings

Sacramento Street, East from Montgomery St., San Francisco

Russian Hill from corner of Mason and Sacramento, San Francisco

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Bldg. looking North-- 9th Street at the right.

The Levee at Sacramento, from the deck of the steamer CAPITOL

Residience of Ex-Governor Stanford, Sacramento City

The Levee and Steamers at Sacramento City

Sacramento City, K Street, from Masonic Hall

Sacramento City - Central Pacific R.R. Works, at China Slough

Steamer landing, and Pacific Railroad Depot - Sacramento City

Sacramento City from the new Capitol Building looking Northwest--the River in the distance

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

Sacramento [Calif.] in October, 1848

Official map of Sacramento County, California /

Sacramento.

Bryan & Gov. Johnson, Sacramento, Calif.

[Children seated in clasroom at a circular table, Sacramento, California]

"49ers"

Thanksgiving proclamation November 3, 1903.

Thanksgiving proclamation. November 5th 1904.

Southern Pacific train at Shasta Springs, Valley of the Sacramento, California

The Prune Bear, made of prunes grown in the Sacramento Valley, Calif., at the Portland, Ore. Exposition

Edge of burned district, corner of Franklin and Sacramento Streets, San Francisco, Calif.

Edge of burned district, corn. of Franklin and Sacremento [i.e. Sacramento] Sts., San Francisco, Cal.

Biographical sketches of presidential candidates of the Republican party at the presidential primary election to be held throughout the state of California on Tuesday, May 14, 1912. Theodore Roosevelt. William Howard Taft. Robert Marion La Folle

Biographical sketches of presidential candidates of the Democratic party at the presidential primary election to be held throughout the state of California on Tuesday, May 14, 1912. Woodrow Wilson. Champ Clark.

[William Jennings Bryan, Gov. Hiram Johnson, and Robert F. Rae on steps outside Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, Calif.]

In Senate, Senate Chamber Monday, March 8, 1915. Pursuant to the provisions of Senate concurrent resolution no. 12, the Senate reconvened at the hour of twelve o'clock noon ... Tribute to the late Senator Bard .... at twelve o'clock and twenty-f

Hasty messenger #2. See night messenger report. Location: Sacramento, California / Lewis W. Hine.

Sacramento--a children's garden

The State Capitol building at Sacramento, Calif.

One of our bands, Sacramento--All our schools have them

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Walnut Grove, Sacramento County, California.

Aerial view of the state capitol

Interesting callers at White House. Elaine Vollman, chosen as Sacramento's Golden Girl of the Golden State, was presented to President Hoover today by Senator Shortridge of California. She invited the Chief Executive to attend the Golden Jubilee Fair which opens on August 31st

RE-RIDE OREGON TRAIL TO WHITE HOUSE. BOY SCOUTS ARRIVE AT THE WHITE HOUSE AS THEY COMPLETE THE TRIP FROM SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, OVER THE OLD PONY EXPRESS TRAIL FIRST RIDDEN 75 YEARS AGO. MAJ. ARTHUR PROCTER OF NEW YORK, HANDS A PACKET OF LETTER TO PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. THE LETTERS WERE WRITTEN BY GOVERNOR OF THE SEVEN STATES CROSSED BY THE RIDERS FROM CALIFORNIA TO ST. JOSEPH, MO. SEN. WILLIAM H. KING, (D UT) IS BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND THE MAJOR. STEVE EARLY, ONE OF THE WHITE HOUSE SECRETARIES, IS ON THE EXTREME RIGHT

Destitute family. American River camp, Sacramento, California. Five children, aged two to seventeen years

Boy, fourteen, in eighth grade. Now unable to attend because of insufficient food and clothing. Subsisted two days on frozen tomatoes from field nearby. Father said "They call me a road hog and a bum; but if I am, how did that boy get into the eighth grade?" American River camp, near Sacramento, California

Old time Chinaman of the type that originally followed the crops in California. Sacramento, California

Daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner. Living in American River camp near Sacramento, California

American River camp, Sacramento. Home of Tennessee family, now migratory workers. Seven in family, came to California July 1935, following relatives who had come in 1933. Father was a coal miner in Tennessee. Reason for coming to California. "Our neighbors were coming. We only got one or two days work a week (relief.) Thought we could make it better here." Since arrival family has worked in walnuts, tomatoes, peaches, and the mother has worked in a fruit cannery

Destitute family. American River camp. Five children aged two to seventeen. Near Sacramento California

Food supply of migrant family. American River camp near Sacramento, California

The windshield of a migratory agricultural laborer's car, in a squatter camp near Sacramento, California

Scene in railroad yard. Sacramento, California

Daughter of a migrant fruit worker. American River camp outside of Sacramento, California

Children of destitute family. American River camp, near Sacramento, California

Home of Tennessee family of seven, now migratory workers living in camp outside of Sacramento, California. Father was coal miner in Tennessee but when the mines were not working received two days a week relief work. "Thought we could make it better out here"

Migrant winter camp on outskirts of Sacramento, California. Eighty families, build their own shacks, pay one dollar and twenty-five cents a month ground rent which includes water. One half-mile from American River camp

Child of migratory worker. American River camp near Sacramento, California

Migrant camp on the outskirts of Sacramento, California on the American River. About thirty families lived on this flat

Daughter of migrant Tennessee coal miner. Living in the American River Camp near Sacramento, California

Wife and five children of migratory fruit worker. American River camp on outskirts of Sacramento, California. Have worked in the fruit since 1931. "We don't make a living, but we live on what we make"

Dirty clothes and flies. American River camp, near Sacramento, California

Winter migrant camp on the outskirts of Sacramento, California. Each family has to build its own shack; they pay one dollar and twenty-five cents a month ground rent, including water. Eighty families living here in November 1936. They work in the fruit during the summer, migrating from harvest to harvest

Destitute family. American River camp, Sacramento, California