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    • Teacher Doing a Handstand at Fruitridge Branch

    • May 31, 1972
    • Taken on May 31, 1972, Mrs. Smith, a Kindergarten teacher at Fruitridge Elementary School, does a handstand for her students, in the front lawn of the Sacramento County Library’s Fruitridge Branch, located at 4020 Twenty-Second Avenue.
    • PH-SPL-FRU-1-44
    • Room Mothers and Teacher at Fruitridge Branch

    • May 31, 1972
    • This May 31, 1972, image captures an active scene at the Sacramento County Library’s Fruitrsidge Branch, located at 4020 Twenty-Second Avenue. In the foreground, room mothers Mrs. Helm (left) and Mrs. Alexander prepare a snack for Mrs. Smith’s...
    • PH-SPL-FRU-1-47
    • Room Mothers at Fruitridge Branch

    • May 31, 1972
    • Room mothers from a Kindergarten class at Fruitridge Elementary School smile for the camera prior to preparing for snack time during a visit at the Sacramento County Library’s Fruitridge Branch, located at 4020 Twenty-Second Avenue. Pictured in the...
    • PH-SPL-FRU-1-45
    • Max and Nadine Dimick

    • 1999
    • This June 1999 image shows Dr. Max L. Dimick and his wife Nadine, standing before the Arden-Dimick Branch of the Sacramento Public Library, located at 891 Watt Avenue. The Dimicks’ generous donation of 800,000 dollars, in November 1997, was...
    • PH-SPL-ARD-1-1
    • Del Paso Theater, 1947

    • 1947
    • Taken on April 29, 1947, this photograph shows the exterior of the Del Paso Theater, located at 2122 Del Paso Boulevard in North Sacramento. Cars are parked beneath the marquee. The venue was built in 1926 for 125,000 dollars, complete with a...
    • 756
    • East of Fourth Street

    • 1960
    • Photograph, taken circa 1960, of J Street between Fourth and Fifth, showing Astor Rooms (404 J Street), Mike's Grocery (406 J Street), Fong Liquor Store (408 J Street), a closed down Genant Furniture Store (410 J Street) which used to be Cameron...
    • 939
    • Fox Senator Theater

    • 1953
    • Pictured in 1953 is the Senator Theater at 912 K Street. The main attraction is How to Marry a Millionaire, starring Marilyn Monroe, Betty Grable, and Lauren Bacall. Set within what had been Turner Hall, the theater was designed by architect...
    • 801
    • Exit View, inside the Village Theater

    • 1959
    • Shown here in circa 1959 is the rear section of the single-screen Village Theater at 2925 Fulton Avenue. California architect Gastono “Gale” Santocono designed the Village, one of fifteen movie theaters that he worked on in California, Colorado...
    • 804b
    • Portrait of Edna Bescey

    • 1920
    • This circa 1920 photograph shows a posing Edna Becsey. She sits on a stool, looking across her body at the camera and wearing a velvet hat and dress. Becsey, a second generation Sacramentan, was born in June 1889. She lived in Sacramento her...
    • 2498
    • Coloma School

    • 1934
    • This 1934 photograph shows the Coloma School at 4623 T Street. In the foreground, children sit on the steps that lead up to the school’s southwestern entrance. T Street runs before them. Originally known as Elmhurst School, the Byzantine-style...
    • 873
    • California Exposition, Sacramento, Cal. - Mike Roberts Studio

    • 1965
    • For well over fifty years the California State Fair stood at the intersection of Y Street (later Broadway) and Stockton Boulevard and the grounds ran nearly a mile north and east from there and then up 48th Street and back to Y. Upon entering the...
    • BBSAC341
    • Snow on K Street

    • 1942
    • Pedestrians, most unprepared for the weather conditions, shuffle their way by S.H. Kress and Company at 818 and Montgomery Ward at 830 K Street in this snowy March 14, 1942, photograph. On that day – between 1 and 3 p.m. – temperatures dropped...
    • 994


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