concrete

Concrete Foundation Of Fine Arts Show
1978

This horizontal poster is printed on thick paper and features an illustration of a group of people holding giant pens, pencils, paintbrushes, and other artist''s tools. A woman holds a red flag...

c. 1927

The map of the downtown Oakland area was produced by Sanborn Map Co. The area shown is the 1900 block of Telegraph and the lots bordered by 19th, 20th, and Broadway Streets. An ajacent lot...

Photographs, progress report of Oakland's City Hall. Report from architects to Mayor Mott. From first excavation to completion. "Test of floor slab for first floor, Oakland City Hall, Jan. 12th,...

12-Jan-12

Photographs, progress report of Oakland's City Hall. Report from architects to Mayor Mott. From first excavation to completion. "Test of floor slab for floors above first floor, Oakland City Hall...

11-Aug-11

Photographs, progress report of Oakland's City Hall. Report from architects to Mayor Mott. From first excavation to completion. "Concrete Slab of Foundation, Oakland City Hall, Aug. 16, 1911"; (...

October, 1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on the esturary...

October, 1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on the esturary...

Pipe City
October, 1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on...

October, 1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on the esturary...

October, 1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on the esturary...

1932

View of tents and pipes in Oakland's waterfront homeless community from the Depression.

October, 1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on the esturary...

1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the suplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on the esturary...

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