Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Scene of unsuccessful coup by Southern sympathizers to take Volcano for the confederacy, 1863. Buildings shown include Assay Office, built 1870; Jug & Rose temperance house; General Store (continuous operation since 1850); old Cigar Emporium (now art gallery); St. George Hotel, built 1863.


Masonic Hall
Title:
Masonic Hall
Volcano California (CA), Real Photo unused



"Masonic Cave" Where The First Five Meeting Were Held 1854
Title:
"Masonic Cave" Where The First Five Meeting Were Held 1854
Volcano California (CA), Real Photo unused


St. George Hotel
Title:
St. George Hotel
Volcano California (CA), Real Photo unused



Masonic Hall
Title:
Masonic Hall
Volcano California (CA), Real Photo


The Mother Lode Country of California
Title:
The Mother Lode Country of California
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Interior of the Stone Jug Ice Cream Parlor. Buck Huey's saloon and dance hall originally on the site was restored and converted into an ice cream and soft drink establishment. The lamps, marble counter and other furnishings are authentic of the 1860 period. The town in its heyday had 35 saloons, three breweries and three temperance halls. Volcano was one of the largest producers of free gold in the state.



St. George Hotel
Title:
St. George Hotel
Volcano California (CA), Real Photo unused


Aerial view of Volcano, California
Title:
Aerial view of Volcano, California
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Volcano, one of the most important stops in the Mother Lode country. More than $90 million in gold was taken out of this immediate area. At one time this town had 17 hotels, 3 breweries, and countless saloons



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Scene of unsuccessful coup by Southern sympathizers to take Volcano for the Confederacy, 1863. Buildings shown include Assay Office, built 1870; Jug & Rose temperance house; General Store (continuous operation since 1850); old Cigar Emporium (now art gallery); St. George Hotel, built 1863


The Cobblestone Gallery
Title:
The Cobblestone Gallery
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
Laurence Hosmer and William Wintle Artist Proprietors First Art Gallery in Amador County. Built in 1850 as Adolph Meyer Cigar Emporium. Piastro Lavezzo Homesteaded property 1870, operated wine shop till about 1900. Hosmer and Wintle restored building 1963



The Jug and Rose Confectionery
Title:
The Jug and Rose Confectionery
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused


Daffodil Hill Station
Title:
Daffodil Hill Station
Volcano California (CA), Chrome unused





Total: 12 Items