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    • 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

    • April 2, 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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    • Interior Scene of Oak Park

    • 1910
    • Shown in 1910 is this unique view of the Oak Park entry arch and street car terminus, a seen from the interior of the Oak Park Amusement Park, located at Fifth Avenue and Thirty-Fifth Street. Its arcade of trees, relative seclusion, and growing...
    • BBSAC576
    • Inside View of Oak Park

    • 1910
    • Shown, in circa 1910, is a portion of Oak Park. The neighborhood was established, at the dawn of the twentieth-century, as a suburb of Sacramento and viable retreat for Sacramentans. It was developer Edwin Alsup who partitioned the 230-acre...
    • BBSAC577
    • View of Oak Park - Blank Back

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    • This postcard shows the idyllic sheen of one of Sacramento's first suburbs, Oak Park. Annexed by the city in 1911, and located at the southeastern edge of the Sacramento proper, Oak Park's growth was accelerated by the streetcar, a decade-old...
    • BBSAC578
    • Sacramento Public Library; Oak Park Branch

    • 1931
    • This 1931 photograph shows the Sacramento Public Library's Oak Park Branch, one of 42 branches operating throughout the city. The building's site - Thirty-Fifth Street and Fifth Avenue - was approved for construction in January of 1929. 75,000...
    • 863
    • Montgomery Way Oak

    • 1927
    • Shown in 1927, as seen from the east, is the "Montgomery Way Oak." The 60-foot-high valley oak sat on the property of 2751 Montgomery Street until September 1996, when it was removed because of decay, leaving a two-foot-high stump. The city gave...
    • 1505c
    • The Review, April 1907

    • 1907-04-01
    • 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...
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    • The New Oak Park Methodist Episcopal Church

    • 1942
    • Shown on May 28, 1942, is the Oak Park Methodist Episcopal Church, at the corner of Thirty-Sixth Street and Sacramento Boulevard. Under the direction of Oakland-based architect Wilson J. Wythe, the exterior of the structure was made of hollow...
    • 518
    • The Original Oak Park Methodist Episcopal Church

    • 1925
    • This circa 1925 photograph shows a dilapidated Oak Park Methodist Episcopal Church at Thirty Fourth Street, between Fourth Avenue and Y Street. The congregation was formed in 1895 under the direction of Reverend F.A. Morrow, meeting at Oak...
    • 519
    • The Review, 1934

    • 1934-01-01
    • 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...
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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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    • The Review, December 1909

    • 1909-12-01
    • 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...
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    • Anglo California National Bank

    • 1950
    • Shown in 1950 is Oak Park’s Anglo California National Bank, located at the northeast corner of Thirty-fifth Street and Fourth Avenue. The 30 foot by 30 foot lot had been the home, since 1909, of the Citizens Bank of Oak Park, then the...
    • 1879
    • Reference Desk at Oak Park Branch

    • 1935
    • Pictured in 1935 is the reference desk of the Oak Park Branch of the Sacramento City Library, located at 3301 Fifth Avenue. As stated in July 1930 News and Notes of California Libraries, the structure contained “four rooms; a large well-lighted...
    • PH-SPL-OAK-1-2
    • Oak Park-Elmhurst Little League:  The "Angels"

    • 1957
    • The "Angels" of the Oak Park-Elmhurst Little League pose for a team portrait in 1957. With the post World War II wave of youth baseball excitement, the league received its charter in 1953. The diversity of smiling faces are indicative of an...
    • 74
    • Joe Serna at Oak Park Branch

    • 1985
    • This circa 1985 photograph shows Sacramento City Councilman posing for a photograph wil several children and adults at the Oak Park Branch of the Sacramento City Library, located at 3301 Fifth Avenue. Just a few years after this photograph was...
    • PH-SPL-OAK-1-11
    • The Review, December 1906

    • 1906-12-01
    • 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...
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    • View in Oak Park, Sacramento, Cal.

    • 1910
    • This circa 1910 postcard reveals a path, cutting its way through the playground abutting the west end of the Oak Park Amusement Park at Fifth Avenue, between Thirty-Third and Thirty-Seventh Streets. In 1913, the spot became known as Joyland, and...
    • BBSAC568
    • Miniature Railway at Oak Park

    • 1910
    • A miniature railroad is the subject of this circa 1910 postcard, set in the Oak Park section of Sacramento. Largely considered Sacramento's first amusement park, Oak Park, then later to be called Joyland, was founded in 1889. The park included a...
    • BBSAC569

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