alcatraz

Alcatraz Rock
Late 20th Early 21st Century

Poster has a silber background with two blue triangles at the top. In the triangles is the text "Alcatraz / Rock!" and "Telegraph / Hill / Dwellers / Party". At the bottom of the poster is "...

c. 1975

Small poster that has an image in the center of a Native American man on one knee holding a gun. Across the top in red is "To keep Alcatraz Red Keep Alcatraz Fed!" Below is black typed text...

1978

Poster has light turqouise background with a dark blue sillhouette of mountains and a Native American man with a red face on the right. The top has red and white text that reads, "The Longest Walk...

c. 1975

Poster has a tan background with black text and image. In the center is an outline of Alacatraz island with prominent landmarks noted. Around the outline is a short history of the island, and...

1875-1900

The area shown on this drawing is on the easterly side of Telegraph Ave. (or Humboldt Ave.) and Canning St. from Maple St. to Alcatraz Ave. (currently from 58th St. to Alcatraz Ave.) From north...

1875-1900

The area shown on the map on the verso of this advertisement lies from Alcatraz Ave. to the north to Stanley St. to the south. The streets in between are Felton, Todd, McKee, Benton, and Mariposa...

1875-1900

The area subdivided on this map is bounded on the east by Colby St. and on the west by Racine St. The southern boundary is Maple St. and the northern boundary is Alcatraz Ave. The east-west...

29-Nov-35

An aerial view taken from approximately the Fruitvale neighborhood of Oakland, looking northwest and showing Alameda, western Oakland, San Francisco, and Alcatraz Island. Cultural features, e.g....

27-Feb-53

A wide angle view of San Francisco Bay showing the Bay Bridge,Oakland, the Estuary, Lake Merritt, Richmond, Alcatraz Island, and Marin County, taken from a point just south of the Oakland Airport...

n.d.

NOTES: Series of Amer. Indians on Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay, California

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NOTES: Series of Amer. Indians on Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay, California

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