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    • Hotel Sequoia - 911 K Street, Sacramento, Cal.

    • 1913
    • The Hotel Sequoia (as the Sequoia Hotel) first appeared in the 1911 Sacramento City Directory at 911 K Street, right next door to the Sequoia Theater, one of almost a dozen venues on K Street offering motion pictures at that time. Owned by the...
    • BBSAC498
    • Bldg Containing Hotel Trow - Published by Edward H. Mitchell

    • The Hotel Trow at 508 1/2 K Street was one of at least six hotels located on K Street between the Sacramento River and Tenth Street during the early decades of last century. Owned by Mrs. Anna Trow, the hotel operated under that name from 1912 to...
    • BBSAC508
    • Western Hotel Omnibus

    • 1900
    • This circa 1900 photograph captures an omnibus from Sacramento’s Western Hotel. The Western was first built in 1854, but felled by fire in 1875. It was rebuilt that same year by Sacramento hostelling luminary William Land who went on to found the...
    • 463
    • California State Capitol from the Loggia of Hotel Senator

    • The California State Capitol Building as seen from the shade of the loggia of the Hotel Senator sometime during the late 1920s is the subject of this color-tinted postcard. Vintage automobiles, palm trees and the Capitol are the main elements on...
    • BBSAC495
    • Hotel Senator - Sepia

    • This sepia-toned view of the Hotel Senator as seen from the California State Capitol is nowhere near as impressive as the postcards featuring the State Capitol Building viewed from the hotel, but it still served to publicize and promote...
    • BBSAC491
    • The Sacramento Weekly and Alta California

    • December 25, 1910
    • Sacramento Weekly & Alta California was published Saturdays from October 16, 1909 to July 29, 1911 by the Sacramento Weekly and Alta Publishing Co. Managing Editor Evander B. Willis was a high-ranking member of the Masonic Order with newspaper...
    • The Travelers Hotel at Fifth and J Streets

    • 1928
    • This 1928 photograph shows the Travelers Hotel resting at the southwest corner of Fifth and J Streets. Built in 1913/14 by the Ransome Concrete Company for a cost of 525,000 dollars, the six-story-high hotel was regarded as state of the art;...
    • 597
    • Capital Hotel, Sacramento, Cal., Golden Eagle Hotel

    • 1915
    • Shown in 1915, at the intersection of Seventh and K are, to the left, the Capital Hotel and, to the right, the Golden Eagle Hotel. The latter was first built in 1853, undergoing rennovations well into the twentieth-century. The former was built...
    • BBSAC435
    • Hotel Land - Sacramento's Largest and Best Popular Price Hotel

    • 1911
    • Making its way along L Street, in this circa 1911 postcard, is the Hotel Land's 26-horse power, 18-passenger Frayer-Miller auto bus. The Land started the service -- the first of its kind in the city -- at the end of 1910, when it starting...
    • BBSAC460
    • Hotel Land, Sacramento, Cal. - Souvenir Publishing Co.

    • 1912
    • This circa 1912 postcard captures the grandeur of the Hotel Land at its perch at the southwest corner of Tenth and K streets. Opened in August 1910, the five-story Land, rising in the spot where the State House Hotel once stood, was the work of...
    • BBSAC461
    • El Mirador Hotel - Mike Roberts

    • The first major hotel built in downtown Sacramento since 1930, the El Mirador opened Deecember 5, 1957 at a cost of 1.8 million dollars under the ownership of builder-investor Fred Kaiser. Troubles early on forced the sale of "Sacramento's Luxury...
    • BBSAC449
    • New Hotel, Sacramento, Cal.

    • 1909
    • This corner view of the Hotel Sacramento is dated the same year as the "New" hotel opened (1909) and may depict the grand opening. The top floor of the building is decorated in greenery and automobiles, pedestrians and streetcars all converge in...
    • BBSAC476
    • Ryde Hotel

    • 1927
    • This circa 1930 photograph shows the 50-room Ryde Hotel in Ryde, California. Built in 1927, at the zenith of the Prohibition era, the Art Deco-style structure hosted an illegal basement saloon or "Speakeasy," where liquor and jazz flowed amply. ...
    • 554
    • Hotel Senator, Sacramento, Calif. - Black and White

    • 1937
    • Black and white photographic corner view of the Hotel Senator taken from Capitol Park offers a seldom-seen angle of the elegant hostelry and the intersection of Twelfth and L Streets. By the time this postcard was mailed in 1937 the Hotel Senator...
    • BBSAC496
    • Hotel Sacramento Building at K Street and Tenth Street

    • 1938
    • This circa 1938 photograph shows a bustling intersection at Tenth and K Streets with the Hotel Sacramento looming in the background. The frontage of the Hotel measured some 160 feet on Tenth Street and 140 feet on K Street. In 1928, W.S. and H.H....
    • 581
    • Hotel Coloma and Metropolitan Department Store

    • 1960
    • This 1960 photograph shows a gaggle of businesses on the south side of K Street, between Fifth and Sixth Streets. The following businesses are visible: the Valley Hotel at 506-and-a-half K Street, People’s Clothing Store at 506 K Street, the...
    • 375


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