This ornate circa 1905 strip of checks represents the Fort Sutter National Bank, located at 630 J Street. Rendered to the left of each check is the fort's Central Building, which stood alone until the spot's full restoration in 1891/92.
Originally constructed in 1854, and then rebuilt in 1875 was the brick, three-story Western Hotel at 215 K Street. Set in a Sacramento evening, this postcard shows the bustle surrounding the business which had a K Street frontage of 100 feet and a...
Shown is a circa 1940 menu for the Walnut Room lounge of the Hotel Sacramento, located at Tenth and K streets. Buffet dinners, private parties and election returns were a few of the spot's uses until the hotel's demolition in July 1956.
This circa 1947 postcard promotes O'Kane's Restaurant, located at 2315 Tenth Street. Established in the mid-1940s by Charles and Kenny O'Kane as "One of the finest Cocktail Lounges in Sacramento," the spot's specialities were "Steaks and Roast...
Shown is a circa 1950 menu for Kost's Buffet and Grill, located at the southwest corner of Seventeenth and J streets. In 1951, the spot's owner, John Kost, Jr., retired, leaving the restaurant to a very short lived run of new management.
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