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    • First Bridge Across the Sacramento River

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    • This is a view of the first bridge constructed across the Sacramento River (in 1857) near the site of the present I Street bridge. The tower at the extreme right of the picture is believed to be the center of the swing span, which rotated to permit...
    • 904
    • Greenback Lane

    • 1925
    • This photograph captures a tree-lined Greenback Lane near Orangevale, in circa 1925. In 1964, the artery was widened to 4 lanes, at the cost of several of the palms alligning the left side of the frame. A single vehicle is parked at the right...
    • 1454
    • The Plaza, Sacramento, California - Mitchell 1905

    • 1905
    • This 1905 postcard provides a view of Plaza Park from the corner of Tenth and J Streets. When Sacramento's business district was raised in the 1860s, the area containing the plaza was left as a basin, making it a lake during the Winter. The plaza...
    • BBSAC211
    • Hotel Rialto and Rialto Cafe

    • 1960
    • Photograph, circa 1960, of the Hotel Rialto and Rialto Cafe, located at 228 and 230 J Street. What became known as the Rialto Building replaced two structures built in the 1860s. The present buildings originally housed clothing and general...
    • 586
    • J Street Between Fifth and Sixth

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    • This 1860s view of the north side of J Street appears to have been taken from a balcony. In the center of the photo is a sign for the pharmacy of R. H. McDonald at 139 J Street. Construction takes place on the street below.
    • 920

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