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    • The Home Designer

    • March 1923
    • Shown above is an issue of The Home Designer. Established by architect Walter W. Dixon (1884-1953) and German-born builder R.C. Hillen (1883-1955) in June 1921, the Oakland-based, monthly publication sought to increase the “interest of the average...
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    • I Street, 204-206

    • 1960
    • This photograph from 1960 captures street front views of Dick's Check Room (204 I Street), hallmarked by two sets of double doors as an entrance, with signs on the doors reading: "baggage checked 50 cents per month". To the left in the photograph...
    • 784
    • I Street, 610-620

    • 1960
    • To the right side in the photograph is the Court Garage (610 I Street) with both of the double garage doors down and a Chevron gasoline sign hung above the doors. The adjacent building houses law offices of Desmond & Miller Attorneys (616 I...
    • 785
    • Entrance to the Crocker Art Museum Ballroom

    • 1980
    • Glimpsed beyond the ornate doors and intricate mosaic pattern in the floor is the ballroom of the Crocker Art Museum, a gift to the people of Sacramento from Margaret Crocker. The gallery and ballroom of the Crocker Art Museum were under...
    • BBSAC108
    • The Home Designer

    • June 1925
    • Shown above is a Sacramento-focused issue of The Home Designer. Established by architect Walter W. Dixon (1884-1953) and German-born builder R.C. Hillen (1883-1955) in June 1921, the Oakland-based, monthly publication sought to increase the...
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    • Themis

    • April 7, 1889
    • Founded and edited by a talented team of newspapermen, educators, lawyers with political savvy and clout, Themis was envisioned as a completely independent journal offering counsel and providing access to justice and law. A literary journal with...
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    • Themis

    • April 14, 1889
    • Founded and edited by a talented team of newspapermen, educators, lawyers with political savvy and clout, Themis was envisioned as a completely independent journal offering counsel and providing access to justice and law. A literary journal with...
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    • Anybody's Magazine Vol.1 No.2

    • June 1906
    • Anybody’s Magazine (also referenced in the publication is Sacramento Home Monthly) was a short lived monthly publication, created in Sacramento, California. It charged readers $1.00 a year for a subscription, with single copies running for 10...
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    • The Review, June 1898

    • 1898-06-01
    • Sacramento High School is located at 2315 Thirty-Fourth Street in Sacramento, California. Founded just one week after San Francisco’s Lowell High School opened its doors in mid-August 1856, “Sac High” has matured into the second oldest high school...
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    • La Rosa Restaurant

    • 1940
    • This circa 1940 menu represents the La Rosa Restaurant, located at 813 L Street. Opened in 1928 by Italian immigrants Angelina and Luis Folatti, the spot closed its doors in 1958.
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    • Folsom Prison Cellblock

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    • View down a cellblock with all cell doors open. There is a barrel under a pipe to the right. Three suited gentlemen, guards, all holding their lead-tipped canes, stand underneath the catwalk to the upper blocks of cells. See #2207, the same 3 men...
    • 2209
    • The Review, December 1900

    • 1900-12-01
    • Sacramento High School is located at 2315 Thirty-Fourth Street in Sacramento, California. Founded just one week after San Francisco’s Lowell High School opened its doors in mid-August 1856, “Sac High” has matured into the second oldest high school...
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    • The Sacramento Weekly and Alta California

    • January 29, 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...
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    • Greenback Notes, 1925

    • 1925-01-01
    • San Juan Union High School is located at 7551 Greenback Lane in Citrus Heights, California. Founded in 1913, it stands as Sacramento County’s second oldest high school behind that of Sacramento High School, established in 1856. The school’s...
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    • The Review, June 1911

    • 1911-06-01
    • Sacramento High School is located at 2315 Thirty-Fourth Street in Sacramento, California. Founded just one week after San Francisco’s Lowell High School opened its doors in mid-August 1856, “Sac High” has matured into the second oldest high school...
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    • The Review, October 1908

    • 1908-10-01
    • Sacramento High School is located at 2315 Thirty-Fourth Street in Sacramento, California. Founded just one week after San Francisco’s Lowell High School opened its doors in mid-August 1856, “Sac High” has matured into the second oldest high school...
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