The Photographs of the Parks and Buildings of Sacramento, Calif., collection contains 34 photographic prints probably taken during the 1930's. Included are views of parks, schools and other
buildings. Parks include Fremont, McKinley Marshall, South Side, and Winn parks. Schools include Oak Park, Watson Grammar,
and the high school. Other photographs show the Elvas Southern Pacific bridge, interiors and exteriors of the Alameda Municipal
Electric light plant, Sutter's Fort (cannon, building and grounds), the city plaza, court house, city hall, armory, and other
buildings. Also included are interior and exterior views of the Alameda Municipal Electric light plant. A few non-Sacramento
scenes are also included. Some photographs are of architectural drawings and one photograph depicts a University of California
Extension display. The photographers are unidentified.
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