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    • Mansion View Lodge - Tom Hood Photography

    • 1968
    • This postcard featuring the entrance, parking lot and rooms of the Mansion View Lodge in 1968 offers the following enticement on the back, "Opposite Governor's Mansion ...cooled by refrigeration." More than 40 years later both the Governor's...
    • BBSAC468
    • Mansion Belle

    • 1960
    • Shown in circa 1960 is the "Mansion Belle." The vessel was built in 1942 for use by the Army Corps of Engineers as a snag boat, pulling loose trees and debris out the Sacramento River's channel. The boat was then used in John Wayne's 1955,...
    • BBSAC685
    • Governor's Mansion

    • 1945
    • This circa 1945 photochrome color postcard shows the Governor's Mansion, located at the intersection of Sixteenth Street and H Street. Although originally painted gray to give the impression of stone, the structure was painted white with the...
    • BBSAC417
    • Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, Cal. - Dexter Press

    • 1968
    • This 1968 postcard provides a view of the main entrance to the Governor's Mansion with the following description printed on the back, "Built in 1877, the mansion truly represents the early California era. It housed all of California's Governors and...
    • BBSAC422
    • Governor's Mansion - Ken Ravell

    • 1996
    • This 1996 postcard offers an aerial view of the Governor's Mansion and coachhouse, as taken from the southeast. As the home to California Governors from 1903 to 1967, the mansion and its grounds were named to the National Register of Historic...
    • BBSAC423
    • Corner of Gov. Leland Stanford's Parlors, Sacramento, Calif.

    • 1920
    • Leland Stanford is one of California’s founding fathers and best-known figures, his name associated with one of the nation’s premiere institutions of higher learning, the governor’s office, and the construction of the transcontinental railroad. On...
    • BBSAC167
    • Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, California

    • 1980
    • Four imposing views of the California Governor’s Mansion at the intersection of 16th and H Streets in Sacramento, crowd this circa 1980s postcard. Designed by architect N. D. Goodell and built by contractor Uriah Reese in the mid 1870s as a...
    • BBSAC171
    • East Gate and Warden’s Mansion at Folsom State Prison

    • 1920
    • This circa 1920 photograph shows the Warden’s Mansion, resting next to the Folsom’s East Gate. Completed in 1915, the structure eventually became home to prison personnel and business services offices. Standing in front of the East Gate is a...
    • 2210c
    • California Governor's Mansion

    • 1943
    • This photograph of the California Governor's Mansion was taken on July 24, 1943, from the northeast corner of Sixteenth and H Streets. When the structure was built by Albert Gallatin as a private residence in 1877, the area was semi-rural. The...
    • 260
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • 1955
    • The living room in the Old Governor's Mansion, which is located at Sixteenth and H Streets, is the subject of this photograph, taken circa 1955. Lavishly decorated, this former drawing room boasts one of seven Italian marble fireplaces. All the...
    • 1805
    • Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, CA

    • 1996
    • This 1996 postcard offers an aerial view of the Governor's Mansion and coachhouse, as taken from the southeast. As the home to California Governors from 1903 to 1967, the mansion and its grounds were named to the National Register of Historic...
    • BBSAC057
    • The Sacramento Weekly and Alta California

    • January 29, 1910
    • Sacramento Weekly & Alta California was published Saturdays from October 16, 1909 to July 29, 1911 by the Sacramento Weekly and Alta Publishing Co. Managing Editor Evander B. Willis was a high-ranking member of the Masonic Order with newspaper...
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    • The Sacramento Weekly and Alta California

    • February 05, 1910
    • Sacramento Weekly & Alta California was published Saturdays from October 16, 1909 to July 29, 1911 by the Sacramento Weekly and Alta Publishing Co. Managing Editor Evander B. Willis was a high-ranking member of the Masonic Order with newspaper...
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    • Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, Cal.

    • 1907
    • This 1907 view of the Governor's Mansion at Sixteenth and H streets comes from the northwest. Built in 1877, the building was sold to the State of California in 1903 by then resident Jospeh Steffens. The Legislature appropriated 50,000 for the...
    • BBSAC416
    • Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, Cal., Governor's Residence

    • 1907
    • This 1907 postcard offers a full-color view of the Governor's Mansion, at the intersection of Sixteenth Street and H Street. The 23-room structure was built in 1877 upon a semi-rural lot by local contractor Uriah Reese and designed by architect...
    • BBSAC418
    • Governor's Mansion, Sacramento, Cal. - Blank Back

    • 1915
    • This circa 1915 postcard shows the Governor's Mansion, resting on the southwest corner of Sixteenth and H streets. Built in 1877 for Albert and Clemenza Gallatin, it housed California's first family from 1903 to 1974. A few years after this card...
    • BBSAC419
    • Dining room of Gov Leland Stanford's Mansion, Sacramento, Calif.

    • 1920
    • This circa 1920 postcard reveals the dining room of the Leland Stanford Mansion, located at southeast corner of Eighth and N streets. In the event of parties, the dining room -- situated on the second floor -- was often used for dancing, with...
    • BBSAC168
    • Mansion Inn, Downtown Sacramento at 16th and H Streets

    • April 6, 1964
    • This April 1964 postcard shows the courtyard and swimming pool of the Mansion Inn, at 700 Sixteenth Street. As the story goes, Governor Pat Brown would occassionaly dart across H Street in his swimming trunks for a quick jump into the pool and then...
    • BBSAC465
    • The Leland Stanford Mansion

    • 1955
    • The facade of the Leland Stanford Mansion at 800 N Street was captured with this 1955 photograph. Designed by San Francisco-based architect Seth Babson, and originally built in 1856 by Gold Rush merchant Sheldon Fogus, the home was eventually...
    • 1742
    • The Review, June 1917

    • 1917-06-01
    • 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 school...
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