In the this 1968 postcard, fair goers take in the California Exposition's Floriculture Pavilion. Unlike the previous Hall of Flowers, the structure was a tent, known to many, and not always lovingly, as "the big blue tent." Without any artificial...
A woman, dressed in Gold Rush era costume, holds a shotgun as she poses upon one of the cannons in Sutter's Fort, located at Twenty-Seventh and L Streets. The occassion was part of the city's 1939 "Golden Empire" Centennial.
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