Standard Oil Refinery, Richmond, California
Title:
Standard Oil Refinery, Richmond, California
Richmond California (CA), Linen unused


Standard Oil Co.'s Tanks
Title:
Standard Oil Co.'s Tanks
Richmond California (CA), Divided Back



Richmond Street Scene
Title:
Richmond Street Scene
Richmond California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Along Macdonald Way and the downtown business section of the city portraying part of the finest shops and stores in teh East Bay Area. H. S. Crocker Co.


Richmond-San Rafael Bridge
Title:
Richmond-San Rafael Bridge
Richmond California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Igor Stchogoleff Cutting across the northern end of San Francisco Bay liek a scenic railway, the flourescent-lighted 21,343-foot long bridge rises and dips across San Pablo Bay from Marin County to Contra Costa County.



Civic Center
Title:
Civic Center
Richmond California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the most modern structures of its type in the country, the Richmond Civic Center was built at a cost of $5,000,000 and was dedicated in 1951. It encompasses the City Hall, Hall of Justice, Library, Auditorium and Art Center. Mike Roberts Studios


McDonald Ave.
Title:
McDonald Ave.
Richmond California (CA), Linen PM 1942 Jul-1



Aerial View of City
Title:
Aerial View of City
Richmond California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on U.S. Interstate #80 on east shore of San Francisco Bay. A growing city of homes and industry


High School
Title:
High School
Richmond California (CA), Linen PM 1944 May-04



Castro Point Railway Museum
Title:
Castro Point Railway Museum
Richmond California (CA), Chrome PM 1987 Apr-19

Description:
Southern Pacific 0-6-0 1269 was built by the railroad's Sacramento Shops in 1921, working most of her career in the San Francisco Bay Area. Retired to display at Richmond in 1956, the 145-ton locomotive was retrieved by the Pacific Locomotive Association and restored to operation at the association's museum railroad facilities.


Richmond Trave Lodge, 425 - 24the Street
Title:
Richmond Trave Lodge, 425 - 24the Street
Richmond California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Just off Highway 50 West between MacDonald and Barrett Sts. At 425 - 24th St. Across the street is the new Civic Center, Convention Hall, and library. Within walking distance of City's business. Macdonald St. leads to east end of new San Rafael-Richmond Bridge. T.V.'s - Phones. Recommended by: AAA Duncan Hines.



MacDonald Avenue View
Title:
MacDonald Avenue View
Richmond California (CA), Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-23


Business District
Title:
Business District
Richmond California (CA), Linen unused

Description:
The pioneer settler in what is now Richmond was John Nicholl, who bought 200 acres of the San Pablo Rancho in 1857 and built a house on the present location of Twenty-eighth street and Macdonald avenue. The eucalyptus trees, planted in 1868, are believed to be the largest and oldest in Contra Costa county. In 1899 this settlement began and the city was incorporated in 1905 E.C. Kropp Co



Santa Fe Shops
Title:
Santa Fe Shops
Richmond California (CA), Divided Back PM 1917 Aug-24


Corner MacDonald Avenue and Tenth St
Title:
Corner MacDonald Avenue and Tenth St
Richmond California (CA), Linen unused



San Rafael Ferry
Title:
San Rafael Ferry
Richmond California (CA), Linen unused


Hacienda
Title:
Hacienda
Richmond California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series KV504 Hacienda Mexican and American Food 12020 San Pablo Avenue near MacDonald Richmond, California ยท 235.2000 Luncheon & Dinners - Banquet Facilities Visit our Cocktail Lounge - Piano Bar - Fireplace



Ford Assembly Plant
Title:
Ford Assembly Plant
Richmond California (CA), Linen unused


Ford Assembly Plant
Title:
Ford Assembly Plant
Richmond California (CA), Linen unused





Total: 18 Items