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    • William A. Ward Seed Company at North Sixteenth Street

    • 1928
    • This April 4, 1928, photograph shows the storefronts of several businesses on North Sixteenth Street. They occupy the William Ward Seed Company building, built in 1925. Located across from the Sacramento Produce Terminal, the 30,000 square foot...
    • 302
    • North Sixteenth Street

    • 1942
    • This October 18, 1942, photograph shows a portion of the newly-constructed Sixteenth Street Viaduct, just to the north of the American River and Sixteenth Street Bridge. Built for a cost of 847,440 dollars, the continuous reinforced concrete...
    • 1440
    • North Sixteenth Street at North B Street

    • 1942
    • Taken in 1942 at the corner of North Sixteenth and North B streets, this photograph shows the F.F. Smith Seed Company, at 221 North Sixteenth Street, Rainbow Cab Company, the Sacramento Produce Terminal Building, at 220 North Sixteenth Street, with...
    • 1090
    • Sixteenth Street Bridge at Northgate

    • 1935
    • This 1935 photograph shows the Sixteenth Street Bridge after its widening and extension. The bridge was originally constructed in 1915, spanning 600-feet of the American River bank-to-bank, for 125,000 dollars. The State of California approved...
    • 110
    • Sixteenth Street Public Bean and Grain Cleaner and Warehouse

    • 1931
    • This August 26, 1931, photograph reveals the east side of the Sixteenth Street Public Bean and Grain Cleaner and Warehouse, located at 1501 Spear Avenue. By the 1950s, the building had become part of the California Packing Company's industrial...
    • 25
    • Hatley and Morrill Seiberling Tires

    • 1948
    • This 1947 photograph shows a busy Hatley and Morrill Tire Company, located at 1725 Sixteenth Street. The store opened in 1946 under the guidance of Van Hatley and Stu Morrill. In 1960 the company became an independent Goodyear tire dealer, the...
    • 434
    • World War One Veteran’s Memorial at William Land Park

    • 1926
    • Pictured in 1926, at Sixteenth Avenue and Freeport Boulevard, is William Land Park’s World War One Veteran’s Memorial. The 2,000 dollar monument was donated by the Women’s Council of Sacramento County and reads as follows: “Dedicated To Those...
    • 1045
    • Sixteenth Street Public Bean and Grain Cleaner Warehouse

    • 1953
    • This 1953 photograph shows the southern entrance to the Sixteenth Street Public Bean and Grain Cleaner Warehouse located at 1501 Spear Avenue. In the foreground are old railroad spurs. The building was constructed in the mid-1920s with eight-inch...
    • 746
    • Tannhauser Beer Garden

    • 1934
    • This circa 1934 photograph captures the bar of the William Dreher's Tannhauser Beer Garden, located at North Sixteenth Street. Several bar accessories, including the caricature in the middle of the photograph, were transplanted from the original...
    • 1648
    • Tannhauser Beer Garden

    • 1934
    • Shown in this circa 1934 photograph is the exterior of the Tannhauser Beer Garden at North Sixteenth Street. Several individuals are posing in front of the Beer Garden, including owner William Dreher who, wearing a white shirt and bow tie, is the...
    • 1650
    • Sacramento Memorial Auditorium

    • 1955
    • This 1955 photograph shows the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium. Located between Fifteenth and Sixteenth Streets on J Street, was built in 1927 to commemorate veterans of the First World War.
    • 1744
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • 1955
    • The winding staircase in the Old Governor's Mansion, which is located at Sixteenth and H Streets, is the subject of this photograph, taken circa 1955. The wife of a previous governor-in-residence at Albert Gallatin's former home ordered the...
    • 1804
    • 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
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • 1955
    • The dining room in the Old Governor's Mansion, which is located at Sixteenth and H Streets, is the subject of this photograph, taken circa 1955. The finely carved wood, Oriental rugs, splendid mirror above the ornate marble fireplace and crystal...
    • 1806
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • 1955
    • The bathroom in the Old Governor's Mansion, which is located at Sixteenth and H Streets, is the subject of this photograph, taken circa 1955. Original owner Albert Gallatin encouaged innovative planning for his elaborate Victorian house, using an...
    • 1807
    • Fritz and Bartlett Automobile shops at Sixteenth and J Streets

    • 1935
    • Pictured here in 1935, the auto top and upholstery business of Fred P. Fritz shared 1615 J Street with William H. Bartlett's Automobile Body Work, Auto Painting, Fender and Body Repair Shop. The employees of both enterprises, along with two...
    • 381
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • 1955
    • The old Governor's Mansion, located at the corner of Sixteenth and H Streets, is the subject of this photograph. This exterior shot, taken circa 1955, shows the ornate Victorian decoration and mansard roof of the house.
    • 1801
    • Old Governor's Mansion

    • 1955
    • One of the bedrooms in the Old Governor's Mansion, which is located at Sixteenth and H Streets, is the object of this photograph, taken circa 1955.
    • 1802
    • Ransome's Truck Service

    • 1942
    • Pictured on March 8, 1942, is the newly constructed Ransome truck terminal at 324 North Sixteenth Street. It was built in order to provide mechanical, lubrication, fuel and personal assistance to agricultural and industrial truckers operating in...
    • 420
    • Waldo E. Julian Residence

    • 1900
    • Waldo E. Julian's residence, at 1618 M Street, is the focus of this circa 1900 photograph. The sidewalk along the south side of M Street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets, is made of wood planks, and a small girl stands in front of the...
    • 1944

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