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    • South 1st Street, facing north.

    • Automobiles; Banks; Buildings; Cities & towns; Commercial streets; Flags; Pedestrians; Signs (Notices); Stores & shops; Traffic signs & signals;
    • The American Trust Company building (on left) stood at the corner of West San Fernando and South 1st Street, San Jose, California. Down 1st Street stands The Bank of Italy building (the bank was renamed Bank of America in 1930) which was the...
    • 1951 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • Gummer Arcade Building

    • Arcades (Shopping facilities); Storefronts; Signs (Notices)
    • Exterior front view of the Gummer Arcade. Sign in window reads, "Gummer Arcade Building, Stores & Offices For Rent! Apply To Owner F.A. Gummer. 68 E. San Fernando St." Sign towards the back of the arcade reads, "Builders Exchange". Signs...
    • Piano display

    • Fairs; Pianos; Tents
    • Photograph shows some pianos on display in a large tent decorated in garlands. Some of the signs read, "Duo Art Pianos"; "Sherman, Clay & Co."; and "Steinway, The Highest Achievement in Pianos, The Standard Toward Which All Others Strive."
    • Tower Hall images.

    • Banners; Buildings; Children; Demolition; Educational facilities; Offices; Quadrangles (Courtyards); Students; Towers; Tracklaying vehicles; Trees
    • Tower Hall buildings with an enclosed courtyard measuring 300 feet by 156 feet. The architecture was a combination of Mission and Spanish styles. The buildings consisted of the Tower, library, auditorium, classrooms and arcade around a landscaped...
    • 1944 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • 1950 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • 1945 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • 1940 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • 1941 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • 1949 La Torre

    • Students; Universities & colleges
    • The annual yearbook included photographs and stories covering the school year's events, class members, student organizations, student clubs, student societies, faculty members, and sports. Earlier issues also included poetry and humorous stories...
    • 1903 Carnegie Library

    • Buildings; Public Libraries
    • Front exterior view of the Carnegie Library, San Jose's main public library. The library was located at the southeast corner of San Fernando and Fourth streets. A bicycle is parked in front of the library entrance. The cornerstone was laid February...

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