streetcar

1942

This history of the City of Oakland is a small blue book, with a dark blue spine. It is printed in black ink on white paper. Various illustrations appear throught the book, and are printed in...

1903

This small booklet, in addition to having illustrations of various sites in Pacific Grove, also has inofrmation about the new United States Military Camp, and information about the Southern...

c.1930s-1950s

Paper bound book used by sisters Bette and Peggy Chinn when they were students at the Chinese School in Oakland. The school was located at 9th and Harrison in the first free public Chinese...

c.1930s-1950s

Paper bound book used by sisters Bette and Peggy Chinn when they were students at the Chinese School in Oakland. The school was located at 9th and Harrison in the first free public Chinese...

"Washington Street, Oakland". Photograph. Description: Black and white copy print with border.

Late 1800's - Early 1900's

12th. Street looking east from Broadway. Photograph. Description: Street scene. Corner of 12th and Broadway, streetcar, many cars pedistrians and shops. Large brick and concrete building on...

c.1945

Streetcar # 271 was one of 18 streetcars purchased from Lehigh Valley Traction Co. in 1901, by the Oakland Traction Co, which later was incorporated into the Key System in 1923. #271's original #...

c.1905

The streetcar in this photo is a double decker. It is electricity driven, at a time, circa 1900, when horse cars were being replaced by electric cars in Oakland. The photo shows single truck...

c.1905

This photo of Oakland Traction Co. streetcar # 45 is the same as the one in Demorro, p. 243, taken at Adeline and Ward Sts. in Berkeley. Oakland Traction was incorporated in 1906, and after a...

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 11) street scene in downtown neighborhood, people walking around the steet, street car zipping by, worker climbing a ladder to hang Christmas garland from...

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 9) intersection of Broadway and 14th showing the Union Savings Building in the center;

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 6) looking down Clay Street showing city hall, street cars vying for space with cars and horse and wagons, one of the businesses next door to city hall is...

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 5) area in front of City Hall showing Kahns across the street;

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 4) intersection of Telegraph and San Pablo showing street cars and autos on the road;

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 3) Broadway north from 11th, shows street cars and some of the buildings along 14th including the Regent Theatre;

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 2) intersection of 14th and Broadway, street level;

c. 1915

Album contains 44 images back to back. 1) shows the back of H.C. Capwell look down 14th Street toward the back of City Hall;

c. 1915

Album contains 43 images back to back. 1) shows the back of H.C. Capwell look down 14th Street toward the back of City Hall; 2) intersection of 14th and Broadway, street level; 3) Broadway north...

c. 1900

Image shows U.S. soldiers marching through the streets of San Francisco, right next to a trolly line, which has streetcars. Most of the on lookers are men, and there are a couple business' in the...

c.1912-1915

Black and white glossy photograph of the California Loan Office on Broadway in downtown Oakland. Image shows the building at the corner, a few people walking on the sidewalk, one person sweeping...

c. 1920
c. 1930

Looking west down Broadway in downtown Oakland showing a line-up of automobiles and streetcars. Also clearly visible on the right is I. Magnin & Company and the H.C. Capwell Company store.

c.1923

Key System car #323 (similar in appearance to car #331 in Demorro, p.256) is in front of the car barn at the end of the line at Leona Heights, near Mills College. Its pole troley is up, the car is...

c.1910

Streetcar # 59 is near a barn at the end of the line at Leona Heights, near Mills College. It probably belonged to the Oakland Traction Co., incorporated in 1906, and later acquired by the Key...

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