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    • 1950s Racing Car at California State Fair Grounds

    • 1956
    • In circa 1956, a sports car, numbered 180, races along during a Sports Car Club of America event at the California State Fairgrounds at Stockton Boulevard and Fourth Avenue. Sacramento’s chapter of the SCCA was founded in 1952.
    • 2299b
    • 904 Sixth Street; 530 I Street

    • 1962
    • Photograph shows New Mexico Cafe (904 Sixth Street), advertising tacos and enchiladas to take out as well as American & Mexican Dishes, Comidas, and Mexicanas. Johnnie's Club at 530 I Street is also visible.
    • 164
    • "Indo Arch" - Downtown Sacramento

    • 1979
    • This vibrant postcard captures the “Indo Arch”, a forty foot structure inspired by the form of Islamic arches and executed by artist Gerald Walburg. The arch was formed from controlled-erosion corten steel, designed to age and oxidize over...
    • BBSAC947
    • Aerial View of a Parade

    • 1930
    • In this circa 1930 photograph, a parade ooches west on J Street. Legible signs include the Travelers Hotel at 460 J Street, the Berkeley Hotel 418 J Street and the Sutter Theater at 519 J Street. In the distance, the Elks Club building at 925...
    • 2085
    • Archery at Curtis Park

    • 1929
    • Members of the Sacramento Archery Club take aim in this circa 1928 photograph, shot at Curtis Park. By 1928, the club was one of 12 to be found in California. It was common for clubs to practice their way toward the California State Fair’s...
    • 1345
    • Archery at Land Park

    • 1930
    • Photographed on May 31, 1930, several male archers compete at William Land Park in the Western Archery Association’s first annual tournament. The Santa Barbara Archery Club claimed the men’s team title while Clinton Douglas of Los Angeles won...
    • 1660b
    • Archery at William Land Park

    • 1930
    • An army of archers take aim in this 1930 photograph, shot at William Land Park. By the mid-1920s, Sacramento’s archery community had formed a club, consisting of over 50 members, and found venues for sport at Land, Curtis and McKinley parks. ...
    • 1343
    • Armistice Day Parade on J Street at Thirteenth

    • 1929
    • Parade along J street commemorating Armistice Day, circa 1929. A marching band plays in front of rows of uniformed servicemen. Onlookers and businesses along J Street provide a backdrop for this scene. Businesses visible in the photo include...
    • 1072f
    • Armistice Day Parade on J Street at Thirteenth

    • 1929
    • Parade along J street commemorating Armistice Day, circa 1929. A band marches in front of uniformed servicemen. Onlookers and businesses along J Street provide a backdrop for this scene. Businesses visible in the photo include Market Cafe (1303...
    • 1072a
    • Armistice Day Parade on J Street at Thirteenth

    • 1929
    • Parade along J street commemorating Armistice Day, circa 1929. In the center of the procession, a marching band plays, and onlookers and businesses along J Street provide a backdrop for this scene. Businesses visible in the photograph include...
    • 1072b
    • Armistice Day Parade on J Street at Thirteenth

    • 1929
    • Parade along J street commemorating Armistice Day, circa 1929. A marching band plays in front of a procession of uniformed men. Onlookers and businesses along J Street provide a backdrop for this scene. Businesses visible in the photo include...
    • 1072c
    • Armistice Day Parade on J Street at Thirteenth

    • 1929
    • Parade along J street commemorating Armistice Day, circa 1929. In this view are of cannons pulled by infantry horses. Onlookers and businesses along J Street provide a backdrop for this scene. Businesses visible in the photo include Market Cafe...
    • 1072d
    • Armistice Day Parade on J Street at Thirteenth

    • 1929
    • Parade along J street commemorating Armistice Day, circa 1929. A uniformed drum corps marches down the street. Onlookers and businesses along J Street provide a backdrop for this scene. Businesses visible in the photo include Market Cafe (1303 J...
    • 1072e
    • The Review, October 1909

    • 1909-10-01
    • 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...
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    • Baseball

    • 1897
    • This 1897 portrait shows the Old Leakers Baseball Club, who played from 1897 to 1899 at both Thirteenth and S streets and Snowflake Park, at Twentieth and E streets. A young boy, Joe Murphy, is identified as the team mascot. The team manager sits...
    • 1142
    • Big Ben Loan Office

    • 1960
    • This 1956 photograph shows the northwest corner of Sixth and J Streets. Visible are Israel Schneiderman’s Big Ben Loan Office at 531 J Street, the 924 Club at 924 Sixth Street and the G n M Club at 526 J Street. Big Ben occupied what had been...
    • 186
    • Biltwell Garage & Storage

    • 1935
    • The Biltwell Garage, located on the southwest corner of Ninth and L, was built in 1920 for a cost of 50,000 dollars for the Brown Motor Sales Company. Once complete, the structure included a garage, machine shop, salesroom and, according to the...
    • 264

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