Bill Crouch ~ photographer | Oakland Tribune

17-Apr-70

Description: A huge crowd fills a plaza at UC Brkeley. Police are seen working their way through trying to break it up. Photo notes say it was an 'illegal rally.' It is a shot from above and...

17-Nov-59

Tribune captions on the back: Jan. 4, 1960- "BIG GUNS FOR BEARS- Three reasons for the University of California's tremendous success on the basketball court this season are (left) starting guards...

11-Aug-77

A black and a white man sit and talk on stairs in the doorway of the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic. Photo caption reads: "The times they are a changing in 'The Haight.' There are only...

7-Oct-71

Description: Photo is taken into a crowd of students in a UC Berkeley lecture hall. Every seat is filled and some students stand at the back of the hall with no where to sit. Photo notes point out...

21-Nov-80

Description: Two cheerleaders participate at a rally under a bronze bear statue on the UC Berkeley campus. A school band is performing and students have gathered. Photo caption reads: "The...

4-May-74

Photo of Lake Merritt at the 12 street gates. Five individuals are fishing. Part of the Alameda County Court house can be seen int he background. Handwritten on back of photo, " Water from...

7-Sep-77

The handwritten notation on the back of the photo reads "View from St. Paul's Tower." The camera is aimed southwest across Lake Merritt, with the Convention Center and the Alameda County...

12-Apr-68

The handwritten notation on the back of the photo reads "Brick wall across street from 1218 28th St. shwoing bullet holes [3]"

12-Apr-68

The handwritten notation on the back of the photo reads "Bedroom 1206 28th St.," showing bullet holes on wall and ceiling.

12-Apr-68

The handwritten notation on the back of the photo reads "Bedroom of house 1206 28th St.," showing bullet holes on wall.

12-Apr-68

The handwritten notation on the back of the photo reads "Bathroom of house 1206 28th St.," showing bullet holes on walls.

15-Dec-75

The Tribune photo, dated December 15, 1975, has a caption attached; it reads " A PATRIOTIC WORK OF ART They call this plane the Flying Colors of the United States. American artist Alexander...

28-Feb-62

This appears to be a United States missile and launcher on a wheeled, rubber- tired carrier. The number on the rudder of the launcher is 12148. The rocket has a pair of stubby wings at the nose...

8-Apr-68

There are two Tribune clippings attached to the back of the photo. The first is dated April 9, 1968; it reads "Ralph Williams 'Rename 14th Street'" The second is dated March 22, 1970 and reads...

2-Dec-83

A view of the interior of a building (probably the Acorn Super Market) under cosntruction. Wooden wall studs are exposed at right. There is a triangular skylight over head. The raised project...

2-Dec-83

A view of the interior of a building (probably the Acorn Super Market) under cosntruction. Wall studs are exposed, as is the overhead plumbing, insulation and ventilation. Construction materials...

2-Dec-83

An exterior view of the Acorn Plaza and the Acorn Super[market]. The view is of a sparsely occupied parking lot with a handful of autombiles and one of pickup truck on it. The logo of the Plaza...

2-Dec-83

An exterior view of the Acorn Super[market], taken diagonally of the front, showing the the logo of the Plaza, a rectangle inside a circle, housed under a roof supported by four concrete columns...

13-May-69

The notation on the back of the photo reads "Drill rig boring test holes." The truck-mounted drill rig is parked near the edge of the landslide on I-80 near Pinole. It is on blocks and actively...

14-May-69

Two men, Frank Raymond (l) and Bill TRavis (r) are looking at plans for repairing the roadways on I-80 at the site of the landslide near Pinole. They are standing on the northbound roadway, even...

13-May-69

A man identified as Bill Travis is standing near the edge of the chasm created by the collapse of I-80 near Pinole, as a result of a landslide. The twisted guard rail in the slide gives a sense of...

18-Dec-64

The Tribune clipping, dated December 18, 1964, on the back of this photo

reads "SNOW SPECTACULAR -- The high Sierra donned her winter best pose for a Chrismas-y picture. Photograph was...

13-May-69

Two men, identified on the back of the photo as Chris Moll [l] and Bill Travis [r], are discussing the landslide on I-80 near Pinole. They are on the northwest edge of the collapsed roadway. The...

13-May-69

The notation on the back of the photo reads "Drill rig boring test holes." The truck mounted drill rig is parked near the edge of the landslide on I-80 near Pinole. It is on blocks and actively...

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