pipe city

1932

At the end of Nineteenth Avenue, Oakland, homeless men created the community "Pipe City" living in the surplus lengths of sewer pipe belonging to the American Concrete and Steel Pipe Company on...

1930

Oil painting. Description: "Pipe City" depicting the foot of 5th Street, Oakland.

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Object: Pipe City, by Paul A. Schmitt, oil on canvas, circa...

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.

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

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...

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