California -- History -- Pictorial works.
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Album contains 49 albumen prints by Charles W.J. Johnson, Charles R. Savage, William Henry Jackson and one or more unknown photographers showing California, Utah, and Colorado.
These images were photographed by and for the Fred Harvey Company. Images of Fred Harvey restaurants, hotels, newsstands, gift shops, other business enterprises, and employees are represented, including some of the famous "Harvey Girls," women whom Harvey employed as waitresses. Views in Arizona, California, and New Mexico. Images are from the 1890's through the 1950's.
Views in California's Kings River Canyon (later Kings Canyon National Park) including Giant Forest, Kaweah, General Grant National Park, North Dome, Glacier Monument, Paradise Canyon, Bubbs Creek, High Sierras and images of rangers' camps, burros, and miners.
Views of Pasadena, California, and the Fiesta de las Flores (Tournament of Roses) parade, the Mount Lowe Railroad, and miscellaneous images of California, including Hollywood homes, missions, and the Pacific Ocean.
Views of Colorado, including Denver, Colorado Springs, the Air Force Academy, Georgetown, Silver Plume, Garden of the Gods, Vail and rural Colorado. Images of the 1962 Seattle World's Fair (Century 21 Exposition). Views of California, these include Lake Tahoe, San Diego, Hollywood, Pasadena, and images of Carson City Nevada. Slides have handwritten identification.
Views of houses, buildings, historical sites, bridges, monuments, etc. in Colorado, New York, Arizona, California, and other states. Views of the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. A few views from outside the United States.
Views of San Diego, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Monterey, Pacific Grove, San Luis Obispo, Pasadena, and San Jose, California. Images of sailing ships, sailors, ports, the first state house, hotels, Chinese workers, and coastline.
Snapshots of hiking, camping, fishing, swimming, vacations, and outings in California and images of Army basic training in California and Nogales, Arizona. Views of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, California.