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Oakland 1961 A fantastic shot of Hwy 17 now 880 just south of
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Oakland, 1961. A fantastic shot of Hwy 17 (now 880) just south of High Street heading towards Hegenberger. The Coliseum Drive in can be seen on the left.
Southeast corner of Fruitvale and East 12th Street in 1962, I guess this is the other side of the old Fruitvale hotel. Aloha Club visible at the right.
Foothill and 73rd Ave, Oakland
"Pleasant Valley Court" Piedmont, California, 1910 Piedmont California, Oakland California,
East 14th at 105th Avenue in Oakland, 1949
98th and International Blvd. (E.14th St.) 1940s
23rd and East 12th St. before the BART Construction (1962)
Highland Hospital, Oakland, California, 1928, newly completed
Centennial House, West Oakland (ca.1880) The Centennial House was a hotel
Oakland, Rockridge, California, 1910
California - U. S. highway 99E and U. S. highway 50 sign.
Piedmont Ave Key System lunch room/waiting room 1936 Lunch Room, Oakland California,
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The Oakland Airport Connector traverses I-880 in Oakland, with Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum and Oracle Arena right of center.
Interstate 880
However the heliport was no longer depicted, and the “Airstrip” had lost half its length compared to the 1961 depiction.
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Entrance to the 23rd Yards
This photograph shows the closure and rehabilitation of the Interstate 5
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After a devastating incident compromised the Interstate 880 and Interstate 580 approaches to the San Francisco
High Priority: Keeping Stoned Drivers Off the Road
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A bus uses California's first high-occupancy vehicle lane, which opened on the San
Oakland warehouse fire.jpg
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Milpitas Post produced a series of Progress Editions charting the city's growth. This one, published in 1969, looked back on the city's first 15 years.
Oakland Tribune newspaper archives
Oakland City Hall and central plaza in 1917. Built of framed steel with unreinforced masonry infill at a cost of US$2 million in 1914.
Hamilton Daily News Journal newspaper archives
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The Oakland Airport Connector traversing Interstate 880.
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Wreckage of USAir Flight 405.
Overnight Rainstorm Expected to Bring Relief from Noxious Smoke
Van Nuys Valley News newspaper archives
I-880/Milpitas station
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Governor Culbert L. Olson's car leads the long procession to the site of the official
Image courtesy of San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library
A portion of Interstate 880 following the 2007 collapse
Webster Street tube entrance in Oakland
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Two California Division of Highways employees rechristen former U. S. Highway 101-Alternate with its new
Oakland Tribune newspaper archives
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Lake Charles American Press newspaper archives
L'inquiétude d'être au monde
Council Votes For Upgrade to Police Station
Stores along Monroe Ave in 1958.
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Sam Workman (Taft) 5. B.B. Gater (Alton, 111.) 21.3
Tramble now lives in West Oakland's Lower Bottoms neighborhood. But when she first moved out here, she bought a house on Parker in East Oakland in 1961, ...
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3-3rd in 880 relay 10-Murrell, 1st in LH, 1st in LJ 4-Hubbell, 2nd in SP 2-L Freeman, 4th in HJ Castlemont, Oakland 12 ...
During the Great Recession, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provided federal money
Oakland Army Base
'ER,' 'Stand and Deliver' actress Vanessa Marquez fatally shot by police
A map showing the earthquake's epicenter in California's Santa Cruz Mountains, and the various levels
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This is the first picture I took at, or should I say over IDL, on July 28, 1961. I was headed overnight to Chicago from the West Coast on an American pass ...
His accomplishments included a fantastic 20.2 National record in the 220, a record which still stands today. There were two other National record holders ...
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Bob Stoecker of Los Altos added almost 10 feet to the discus record by throwing 188-6 1/2. El Rancho's Bill Pace upped the shot put mark to 64-3 1/2 in ...
Rockridge, Oakland, California
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This 1956 photo shows Interstate 680 in the Danville area.
NTSB investigators looking at the fuselage of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 after it crash-landed
Austin Daily Herald newspaper archives
Holland City News newspaper archives
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Montclair, Oakland, California
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Dallas Economic Development Guide - 2018 by Dallas Regional Chamber Publications - issuu
The San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge East Span, which opened to the public in
Roger Smith dies; Ann-Margret spouse and former heartthrob on TV's '77 Sunset Strip'
This morning at at 07:54 local time, Cockleshell Pacific Endeavour rowed over the finish line of the Great Pacific Race.
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This photo is embossed in the lower right corner:
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Lowell Sun newspaper archives
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1 1961 880-Yard Dash Ray Van Asten Bonita 1:53.0 i960 One Mile
Oakland Public Library
Interstate 80 traverses the wide open expanse of the Great Salt Lake Desert between Wendover and Knolls, Utah. A 36.6 mile exit less stretch ensues west ...
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