No. 107. Camera, 4x5"; Lens, 7-1/8"; Scene, Tube #? passing thru Webster St. Bridge, just entering from the west; Location of Camera, on Standard Oil Co. dock, northern side of Estuary and west...


Wrecking of the old Webster Street Bridge to make way for the construction of the new Oakland Alameda Tube. Looking North Toward the foor side of Webster Street on the Oakland Side. Jan 8, 1926...


Suction dredge Excavating Southward on the Alameda Side of the Estuary Along the line of Webster Street after removal of the pavement on Webster St. Alameda. Jan 8, 1926.


(On front of photo) Suction Dredge excavating Southward on the Alameda Side along the line of Webster street after the removal of the pavement and top surface by steam shovel and clamsnell.


No. 122. Camera, 8x10"; Lens, 12"; Scene, section No. "L" of the Estuary Tube in the Tube cut which is between Alameda Portal Building and esturay, Camera pointed a little east of north, the ;clam...


No. 68 Camera 8x10. Lens, 24". Scene, south end of Webster St., detour bridge and general activities of steam shovel in background, etc., this being an exact duplication of No. ET43, which was...


Early Construction Scene Looking Toward the Alameda Side of the Estuary Showing Dredger At work. Jan. 8, 1926.


Demolishing the old Webster Street Bridge to Make Way for the Construction of the new Oakland-Alameda Tube. Jan. 8, 1926.


Demolishing the Webster Street Bridge to Make Way For the Construction of the new Oakland-Alameda Posey Tube. Looking Toward the Oakland Side of the Estuary. Jan. 8, 1926


Posey Tube Construction - Oakland Estuary - Crane & Steam Derrick on Barge on the Alameda Side of the Estuary looking towards Oakland. Dec. 23, 1925


Close Up View of the New and Old City Hall, 14th St., looking west. 1914;

c. 1929.

Handwritten on the back, "Men's neckwear-shoes + hats. Street Floor." A view of Avenue C, Aisle 1. Display cases hold stacks of men's ties. Two shirts are on stands, displayed with ties on...


Long skinny black woven tube. The hanging end is smaller and tapers to a larger opening that has multiple strings hanging loose at the bottom end. Top end has a loop of fishing line attached.


This is a wooden shuttle that was used for weaving by Kay Sekimachi. A wooden bobbin wound with black linen thread is integrated into the center of the shuttle. The bobbin spins on a metal rod...


The "end stopping" is made stiff with glue. The textile is a plain weave with painted image on warps. It is glued to a canvas backing. There are plastic rings sewn to top edge. Beth...

Point of Touch: Bathsheba

Linen, rayon, oil paint and dyes This picture is made from woven strips of painted paper and rayon yarns. It is glued to a cotton canvas backing and attached to a wooden stretcher with a middle...


Abstract sculpture of unglazed pale pink clay incorporates linen threads and feathers. The flat rectangular base has two parallel triangular sides. Circular shapes are suspended across the...


Machine stitched quilt. paper is printed and adhered to fabric. Some of the edges of the paper are folded to give ragged appearance.- Beth Szuhay, Textile Conservator

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