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2009-1065 View of men standing in front of covered wagon prior to departure for the Bay Bridge opening celebration on November 12, 1936. Photograph was taken November 5, 1936. Standing in foreground, left to right, are Harry C. Peterson, Charles W. Deterding, Arthur S. Dudley, James S. Dean, and Harold J. McCurry. Mrs. Bettie Ogle and Mrs. L. Sibert (not identified to position), are seen sitting in the covered wagon. McCurry no.: 31959-1. Sacramento's contribution to the celebration of the opening of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was the Progress of Transportation Pageant. The Pageant consisted of a different form of transportation leaving Sutter's Fort each day, traveling to San Francisco for the opening. Pageant was sponsored by the Sacramento Chamber of Commerce. The covered wagon, pulled by a ten-ox team, left Sutter's Fort on Nov. 5th. Driven by Tom Cowan.
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1 photographic print ; 10 x 8 in.
Dean, James S.. (James Somerville),, 1885--Photographs Deterding, Charles William--Photographs Dudley, Arthur Serviss--Photographs McCurry, Harold J.,, approximately 1885-1971--Photographs Peterson, Harry C.. (Harry Claude),, 1876-1941--Photographs Celebrations--California--Sacramento Covered wagons--California--Sacramento Sacramento (Calif.)--Photographs Sutter's Fort (Sacramento, Calif.)--Photographs San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (Oakland and San Francisco, Calif.)--Photographs Photographic prints
California Sacramento Sacramento (Calif.) Sutter's Fort (Sacramento, Calif.) San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (Oakland and San Francisco, Calif.)