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Unified pride
c. 1997

One poster with a thin white border and the text "Unified Pride" in rainbow coloring. The image on the poster depicts eleven men and women wearing t-shirts and jeans sitting on rocks by the lake...

c. 1920

Unused thick, fold-out booklet of postcards depicting scenes along the Ridge Route. The front cover of the booklet features a 1920s vintage car driving down the highway along the ridge. The back...

1910-1930

This artifact came from trunk number one, marked "Ford E. Samuel Travelogues," containing a projector, lenses and all the equipment to project a slide show. It also has slides of famous sights...

Ceramic ashtray, made for train use for Union Pacific Railroad Company, by Ashtray Specialty Company of Northbrook, ILL. It is round, white, with three cut outs for resting cigarettes and a thin...

c. 1900

Catalogue. CATALOGUE OF DRUGS. Physician's & Surgeons' Supplies, Veterinary Goods and Sick Room Accessories. Patent Medicines & Toilet Articles. Montgomery Ward & Co. Michigan...

ca. 1920-1930's

Movie projector. Description: 35mm projector using Carbon-Arc. Black iron stand with gold and blue band & gold scalloped design. The stand has a plaque which reads "Motiograph. Trademark...

c.1925

Unused postcard of an interior at the "New Atascadero Inn." The two-story room is decorated with stylish furniture and carpeting. Since it is the hotel lounge, there are many couches and chairs...

1922

Blue, orange, brown, beige and white cover with one page insert and several pages of ads. Drawing of mission in moonlight on cover. Handwritten dedication at top of cover. Pages separated at...

Small miner's pick - made in Alton, Ill.

From the History Information Station:

Object: Two picks. Steel heads with wooden handles. The short-handled short-pronged tool was known...

c.1945-1948

Cap with small leatherette bill, black faille sides and crown, white cotton cord across front held in place by one button on each end, brass name plate, "Pullman Porter," centered...

CA. 1935

California beverage industry artifacts and advertising.

20th century

Place setting materials. Description: Place setting materials.

a) 1 used package. "Stan-pak. Roylies - Paper Place Mats".

China. "Syracuse china. Econo-rim -- trademark patented...

October, 1946

Ebony Magazine from October, 1946 announcing the breaking of the color barrier for the National Football League when Kenny Washington an All-American halfback from UCLA was signed with the Los...

July - Dec. 1958

(postcard) "City Hall, Oakland. Located in the heart of Oakland is the Oakland City Hall and its Veteran's Service Center in the foreground. Oakland has a council-manager foof city government";...

c.1950

A: Child's hand cranked sewing machine with red enameled metal base and frame, cream colored trim and wheel, all metal, except for black wood handle; thread holder has a wooden spool with pink...

c.1913?

Belonged to Sarah Leong who attended the Chinese Baptist Mission School.

c.1925

Unused postcard of a rail line passing through the Sacramento Canyon. The track in the foreground runs along the side of a river, over a small rail bridge and around a corner into the forest. In...

1920's

Postcards. Description: Postcards, color, of the Hotel Oakland (2 exactly the same), exterior view of main entrance side of building from 13th St. Both cards never used. Condition very good....

1939
April, 1947

April, 1947 issue of "Children's Activities...For Home and School...Directed Play, Moulds Character." There are several pages for children to color. There's a paper doll page "This is Long Tom"...

October, 1940

October, 1940 issue of "Children's Activities...For Home and School...Directed Play, Moulds Character." Several of the pages for children to color have been colored. There's a paper doll page "A...

c. 1966

A round lapel pin, with "I'm A Silent American" printed in blue letters on the front surrounding an American flag. A tab at the top with the pin part has the words "Bend Here" and two arrows...

ca. 1920's

(On front of cover) "The Overland Trail, From the Golden Gate to the Great Salt Lake, Along the Southern Pacific - The Road of A Thousand Wonders"; photo on cover is "Crossing Great Salt Lake at...

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