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29-Dec

Second advertisement poster from the Agricultural Promotional Campaign of 1929-1930 for Alameda County. The catch phrase for the poster is "Small Acreage Yields Comfortable Income Here......

Advertisement for Joe Boxer. Image of a woman wearing pearls and sunglasses with big ratted hair and the words "Joe Boxer" in white writing on the side.

1880's

Trade card. Description: Full lithograph scene of children playing with jack-in-the-box. Printing on bottom: The Mascot Fine Candies, Ice Cream, etc. 1011 Broadway, Oakland. Condition:...

c. 1880-1895|c. 1854-1915

Scrap book. Description: Scrapbook, ornate book cardboard cover with design paper cut-outs on surface of cover. Large assortment of business cards, greeting cards and postcards, relating to the...

c. 1854-1915

Scrap book. Description: Scrapbook, ornate book cardboard cover with design paper cut-outs on surface of cover. Large assortment of business cards, greeting cards and postcards, relating to the...

c.1885-1895|c. 1854-1915

Scrap book. Description: Scrapbook, ornate book cardboard cover with design paper cut-outs on surface of cover. Large assortment of business cards, greeting cards and postcards, relating to the...

c.1885-1895|c. 1854-1915

Scrap book. Description: Scrapbook, ornate book cardboard cover with design paper cut-outs on surface of cover. Large assortment of business cards, greeting cards and postcards, relating to the...

c. 1900

Advertising card is white paper, printed in full color with the lithographed image of two rugby players who just ran into each other. Along the top is printed "Collision! 40 Miles An Hour....

c.1900

Advertising card is white paper, printed in full color with a lithographed image of a 'pile-up' of rugby players reaching for a dropped rugby ball. At the top of the card is printed...

c.1900

Advertising card is white paper, printed in full color with a lithographed image of three rugby players diving for the ball which has fallen on the ground. At the top of the card is printed...

c.1900

Advertising card is white paper, printed in full color with a lithographed image of injured two rugby players standing with the help of crutches, and a rugby ball. At the top of the card is...

ca. 1955

California beverage industry artifacts and advertising.

ca. 1920

Anton Squab Farm was located at 1935 85th Avenue in Elmhurst district.

1890-1910

Advertising Trade Card. Description: Color illustration: two vases of flowers on each side of gate showing picture of houses in snow. Flowers at bottom. Compliments of John Hanly, Importer of...

early 20th century

souvenir and ad. Description: Souvenir and ad, "Oakland Carnival" compliments of Oakland Paper Co. Brown cardboard with photo of carnival, Price list on back,

19th century

Card. Description: Lakeside Sanitorium Bath House, 1020 Oak Street, Oakland, Ca. On other side card says, "Lakeside Electrical and Surgical Sanitorium".

The Lakeside Sanitarium was...

c. 1854-1915

Scrap book. Description: Scrapbook, ornate book cardboard cover with design paper cut-outs on surface of cover. Large assortment of business cards, greeting cards and postcards, relating to the...

GEORGE CHASE PAPERS: Bird's eye view of Oakland, drawn

(D. Cooper, 4-95) Aerial view of Jefferson and Fremont neighborhood before development; shows Lake Merritt, downtown Oakland, the...

Black & white (browntone) advertising card for the Grand Central Hotel, Oakland. The Grand Central Hotel"; information for tourists wishing to visit, and comparing Oakland to San Francisco,...

ca.1920's

Advertisement from Taft & Pennoyer Co., Oakland, for Dinner Ware. --Folder, with advertising card enclosed--Rosenthale Dinner Ware

1953

"I want a ticket on the Atomic Super Chief!" says a spaceman-costumed child to the ticket agent in this Santa Fe Railways advertisement. In the early 1950s, atomic energy was being thought of for...

1930s - 1950s

Advertising card, white paper printed black on the front; pink on the back. George Wah, Laundry and Cleaners, 1920 E. 14th Street.

1930-1945

Union Pacific magazine ad depicting a stylish woman, a porter, and a Strealiner train. Mint green, yellow, black inks. 10 x13" dimensions. PCK

c.1885?

Back of the card reads: Use 1/4 Less of our Colima Baking Powder than you do of other brands. We warrant better results. Stands at the head without a rival for Purity, Strength and Leavening...

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