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.
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...
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 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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