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    • George Takahashi Optometry

    • 1950
    • Resting in circa 1950 at 1200 K Street is George Takahashi Optometry. Takahashi was first generation Japanese American, or Nisei, born in California to a family of eleven children. His brothers, Henry, William and Ernest were also physicians, and...
    • 20
    • Elk's Building, Sacramento - J Street

    • 1910
    • This circa 1910 postcard shows the building for Elk's Lodge 328, resting on the south side of J Street, between Eighth and Ninth streets. Built in 1906, the four-story offered an assembly hall, library, smoking and card rooms, buffet, parlor, hat...
    • BBSAC129
    • Roof Garden, Elks Club, Sacramento, Cal.

    • 1910
    • Shown in 1910 is the roof garden of the four-story Elk's Lodge number 328, located at 824 J Street. The cornerstone had been layed just five years earlier in September 1905 in front of 400 excited members and their families. Visible is the low...
    • BBSAC130
    • The Visitor

    • September 1892
    • David Lubin and his half-brother Harris Weinstock expanded their original store into the largest mail-order business on the West Coast by 1875, and that store became an emporium. Incorporated in 1888 with plans of building more stores, the...
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    • West Gate of Folsom State Prison

    • 1900
    • This circa 1900 photograph shows the inner portion of the Folsom Prison’s West Gate. Just beyond the gate is the administrative building, with the Warden’s residence on the top floor. Left of the frame is the prison’s original cellblock. ...
    • 2210a
    • L Street, 320-328

    • 1961
    • This photograph shows the Alameda Theater (328 L Street), Hong Kong Cafe (320 L Street), and Mrs. Mary Dulay, Notary Public (326 L Street). It was taken in 1961 which was the theater's last year of operation. The Alameda was originally the Nippon...
    • 686
    • Fourth Street South of L Street

    • 1960
    • A 1960 photograph of the offices of Tom Furukawa, a realtor (1216B Fourth Street), and Dr. James J. Kubo, optometrist (1216A Fourth Street). The area was a part of the Japanese-American neighborhood before the construction of I-5 and redevelopment.
    • 328

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