east peralta neighborhood

1870-1880

The area shown on this map is bounded by Park Ave. on the west and by Lawrence St. on the east; the southern boundary street is Franklin, and Adams Ave. is the northernmost street shown. None of...

ca. 1890-1900

Photograph mounted on grey cardboard; shows Victorian house at 6th Avenue and East 14th Street, Oakland. The house was a wedding present from Warren Dutton to his daughter in 1891.

ca. 1890-1895

Photograph mounted on black paper; shows interior of the home at 6th Avenue and East 14th Street, Oakland. The interior is decorated with white sways and ferns. The house was a wedding present...

1897

"Lake Merritt, Oakland, 1897"

Photograph. Description: Lake Merritt. black and white print.

Photograph. Description: Photographs, 68, of San Francisco and Oakland and family...

Dredging the tidal canal, Oakland to Alameda, ca. 1894-1901

Puget Sound Lumber Co., Oakland, Calif.

A large round bottom type photo of Mr. Dumser, metal. Col. John S. Dumser's Grand Army of the Republic memento

John S. Dumser, born in Wheeling, Illinois, Nov. 25, 1847. At age 16,...

Photograph of pen & ink sketch. "Home of Marshall D. Plummer 1126-12th Ave., Oakland , California"

East 12th Street looking East from 13th Avenue. Preparing to bituminize the Street in 1914

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.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

California Cotton Mills - interior view of factory.

© 2023 Oakland Museum of California