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    • Jackson’s Furniture and a Westerly View Down K Street

    • 1955
    • This circa 1955 photograph captures a westward view down K Street, from the northeast corner of Fourteenth and K Streets. Visible businesses include as follows: Jackson's Home Furniture Store at 1330 K Street, See's Candies at 1322 K Street,...
    • 1402
    • Parade down K Street between Eighth and Tenth

    • 1937
    • A military parade, circa 1937, related to the Commandery of Modoc (Alturas, CA) and Vacaville proceeds down K Street between Eighth and Tenth Streets. Bearing a large banner with a crucifix and sporting plumed hats a delegation of The Knights of...
    • 1927a
    • Parade down K Street between Eighth and Tenth

    • 1937
    • A group of Shriners dressed in parade costumes proceeds down K Street between Eighth and Tenth Streets during this 1937 parade featuring farternal organizations from Northern California. Businesses along the route include Walgreen's Drugs (930 K...
    • 1927b
    • Parade down K Street between Eighth and Tenth

    • 1937
    • Young men and women wearing capes and dressed in white march down K Street between Eighth and Tenth Streets playing a variety of instruments, mainly brass. Businesses along the route include Walgreen's Drugs (930 K Street), Rubin's Millinery (926 K...
    • 1927c
    • Parade down K Street between Eighth and Tenth

    • 1937
    • Members of the Alturas Knights of Columbus bearing flags and swords and wearing plumed hats command K Street in this photograph as they march between Eighth and Tenth Streets. Businesses along the route include Walgreen's Drugs (930 K Street),...
    • 1927d
    • A. J. Pommer's Building

    • 1896
    • View of August "A. J." Pommer's building as it stood in 1896. Its 829 J Street address sold musical supplies, while sewing machines were sold at 831 J Street, both at the northwest corner of Ninth and J streets. Pommer immigrated to the United...
    • 749
    • J Street, 612-618

    • 1960
    • This view of vacant stores displays signs identifying the Rancho Grande Restaurant (612 J Street), Capital Glass Company (614 J Street), Al & Ray's Music Store (616 J Street), and Star Barber Shop (618 J Street). An automobile is parked at the...
    • 925
    • Beginning of the Tower Empire at Land Park Drive

    • 1946
    • This March 31, 1946, photograph shows the Tower Theater at 2510 Land Park Drive. In the same building were Zamm's Homemade Candies at 2518 Land Park Drive and Tower Cut Rate Drugs. In 1950, the future founder of Tower Records, Russ Solomon, went to...
    • 805
    • 612-620 J Street

    • 1960
    • Photograph, taken circa 1960, of J Street between Sixth and Seventh. Shown in the picture are the following businesses: Rancho Grande Restaurant (612 J Street), Al & Ray's Music Company (616 J Street), Star Barber Shop (618 J Street), Sam's Sport...
    • 899
    • Sixth Street:  912 and 914

    • 1960
    • Photographed in 1960 are the shuttered windows of the Perinati Vending and Music Company at 914 Sixth Street and the Capitol Bail Bond Agency at 912 Sixth Street.
    • 353

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