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    • Grant Union High School Swimming Pool

    • 1936
    • Shown at the Grant Union High School swimming pool in 1936 are a few Sacramento Interwar luminaries, including, right to left, Grant’s first principal William Rutherford; Sacramento City Councilman and future Sacramento City Mayor Tom Monk; native...
    • 1483
    • K Street, 1028

    • 1975
    • This circa 1975 photograph captures the Hotel Regis at 1106 Eleventh Street, and See's Candies at 1028 K Street. Through the Interwar period, the 60 room Regis gained a reputation as a family-oriented hotel. Sacramento's desire to increase the...
    • 1686
    • "Fort Sutter" Passenger Steamer, Sacramento, Cal.

    • 1920
    • This circa 1920 postcard shows the riverboat Fort Sutter at rest on the Sacramento River. Launched in 1912, the vessel served ably through the interwar period. However, with the advent of World War II, it was placed into service for the United...
    • BBSAC688
    • J. N. Blair & Co. Truck

    • 1913
    • Shown in 1913 is a J. N. Blair and Company truck, parked before an unknown address. Founded in 1899, the company developed the reputation for ably equipping butchers all throughout northern California with refrigeration and cutting tools. In the...
    • 2149
    • Older Peerless Ice Cream Truck

    • 1925
    • A smiling man and infant pose for this circa 1925 photograph, inside the open cab of a period Peerless Ice Cream delivery truck. Advertising covers the truck, one slogan reading “Peerless Ice Cream, Gives Health and Delight.” Peerless was one a...
    • 2444
    • A Restful Spot on the Banks of the River

    • 1925
    • This circa 1925 linen-based postcard shows both the interwar idyll of Sacramento and the Capital City's strong recreational and commercial ties to the Sacramento River. In the background, a riverboat -- either the Delta Queen or the Delta King --...
    • BBSAC696
    • Stanley Hack and Dot Weisel

    • 1932
    • Dot Weisel and Stan Hack are posed together in tennis attire in this 1932 photograph. Weisel was cosidered to be one of the best women's tennis players in interwar America. Stan Hack was a major league baseball player who played 16 years for the...
    • 1166

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