fruitvale district

1875-1900

The area shown on this map begins at about what is today 24th Ave. (Oakland city limits?) on the west and extends to the east to San Leandro Creek and Lake Chabot. The township is divided into...

c. 1908

Photograph. Description: Class picture of grade school clas from Fruitvale School No. 2; children and their teachers are posed on the school steps. Gelatin silver pritn 11.8 x 19.2 cm on dark...

1892

Map, real estate advertisement. The lots shown for sale are on Grant Ave. and San Leandro Rd. [East 14th St.]

ca. 1875-1900

Real estate advertisement. Fruitvale Ave., 7 blocks from station. Lots any size desired at $10 per front foot and upwards; easy terms, title perfect. Electric railway and electric lights on...

1887

Map, real estate advertisement. The lots shown for sale are on Champion St., Boston Ave., Wilson Ave., and Prospect Ave. The map is a subdfivision of Block "D" and a portion of Block "F" of the...

August, 1937

Broadside advertisement for the Dimond Theatre , Fruitvale Theatre, Fairfax Theatre, Capitol Theatre and the new Palace Theatre. Program date is for August of 1937.

"Donated by Frank K. Mott, 12/27/1939, in pre-paved Fruitvale Park"

Photograph. Description: In proposed Fruitvale Park. Black and white print. Title: Fruitvale Park

C.1922

Morris Draying Company delivery truck called Autocar. The truck is loaded with crates of produce from H. G. Prince & Co., growers from Fruitvale in Oakland. The truck has wooden spoke wheels...

C.1922

Morris Draying Company delivery truck called Autocar. The truck is loaded with crates of apricots from H. G. Prince & Co. produce growers from Fruitvale in Oakland. The truck has wooden...

1936

Photograph of pen & ink sketch. "Residence of Cap't G. Cumming, Fruitvale, Alameda Co."; sketch by "H.S. McFarland, '36" catalogued 9/23/47.

Apr. 19, 1991

Photograph of Latino woman, Aurora Acevedo, and store manager, Abdul Siddiq in front of clothing business on East 14th Street (now International Blvd),in Oakland's Fruitvale district. Handwritten...

c.1885-1895
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