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    • Anybody's Magazine Vol.1 No.2

    • June 1906
    • Anybody’s Magazine (also referenced in the publication is Sacramento Home Monthly) was a short lived monthly publication, created in Sacramento, California. It charged readers $1.00 a year for a subscription, with single copies running for 10...
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    • Eastern Star Building - Print

    • 1929
    • This circa 1929 architectural drawing shows the south-facing facade the Eastern Star Temple at 2719 K street. The excavation for the 100,000 dollar structure was started in February 1928, with the laying of the cornerstone in May 1928. The...
    • 1637
    • Arden-Dimick Branch Expansion Groundbreaking

    • 1998
    • Several area dignitaries are, shown in 1998, breaking ground on the 3,000-square-foot expansion of the Arden-Dimick Branch of the Sacramento County Library, located at 891 Watt Avenue. Notables are are (in blue dress) librarian and planner Lois...
    • PH-SPL-ARD-1-5
    • Echoes from S. J. A., 1927

    • 1927-01-01
    • The arrival of the Sisters of Mercy from San Francisco in 1857 began a tradition of education that served Sacramento for over a century. Commercial and traditional subjects along with lessons in musical instruments were the courses taught at St....
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    • The Review, 1931

    • 1931-01-01
    • 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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    • I Street, 626-630

    • 1960
    • A Cadillac with prominent tail fins is parked at the curb in front of three buildings on I Street. At the corner is the Emergency Bail Bond Service (630 I Street). The center building houses the Stephen G. Sardon Civil Engineer & Surveyor (626 I...
    • 780
    • The Visitor

    • July 1892
    • David Lubin and his half-brother Harris Weinstock expanded their original store into the largest mail-order business on the West Coast by 1875, and that store became an emporium. Incorporated in 1888 with plans of building more stores, the...
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    • Las Palmas Senior High School

    • 1953
    • Photographed, in circa 1953, is an architectural plan, done on June 9, 1951, of Las Palmas Senior High School at Las Palmas and Sixth Street in North Sacramento by the architect Leonard F. Starks. Starks won a major contract, in the 1950s, to...
    • 1563
    • Westminster Presbyterian Church from Capitol Park

    • 1931
    • This March 11, 1931, photograph shows the Byzantine Italianate-style Westminster Presbyterian Church as it rests at the corner of Thirteenth and N Streets. It was dedicated on December 18, 1927, to its capacity of 1,300 members, with presiding...
    • 528
    • Front of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church

    • 1932
    • Taken from the north side of J Street, this February 29, 1932, photograph shows the façade of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 3860 J Street. Prominent in the photograph are a rose window, Romanesque-style entrance, and Lombardy-style steeple. ...
    • 483
    • Anybody's Magazine Vol.1 No.3

    • July 1906
    • Anybody’s Magazine (also referenced in the publication is Sacramento Home Monthly) was a short lived monthly publication, created in Sacramento, California. It charged readers $1.00 a year for a subscription, with single copies running for 10...
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    • The Home Designer

    • March 1923
    • Shown above is an issue of The Home Designer. Established by architect Walter W. Dixon (1884-1953) and German-born builder R.C. Hillen (1883-1955) in June 1921, the Oakland-based, monthly publication sought to increase the “interest of the average...
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    • The Review, February 1906

    • 1906-02-01
    • 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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    • The Sacramento Weekly and Alta California

    • December 4, 1909
    • 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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    • Las Palmas Junior High School Architectural Plan

    • 1953
    • This 1953 photograph shows an architect's sketch for Las Palmas Junior High School in North Sacramento, located at Las Palmas Avenue and Sixth Street. The 1,018,750 dollar school was occupied by its 760 students in February 1953 and was designed to...
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    • Highlands High School

    • 1958
    • This circa 1958 sketch provides a view of the would be Highlands High School. It was designed by firm of Starks, Jozens and Nacht offers a black and white look at the surrounding area before development. Located at Don Julio Boulevard and Guthrie...
    • 1217
    • Sacramento Junior College - Main Entrance

    • 1940
    • Sacramento Junior College's signature archway is shown in this circa 1940 postcard. The campus's early architectural style -- introduced by architects Howard Hazen and Earl Barnett -- followed a blend of both Romanesque and Byzantine design...
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    • Grand Oaks Shopping Center Promotional Rendition

    • 1950
    • This artistic rendition of Citrus Heights' Grand Oaks Shopping Center was done in 1960. The area, resting at the intersection of Auburn and Rollingwood Boulevards, was designed by the Los Angeles-based architecture firm of Sheldon L. Pollack and...
    • 1514e

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