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Title
Clay Street Hill R.R., San Francisco, Cal. Run by A.S. Hallidie's patent Endless Steel Wire Rope and Gripping Attachment. Overcomes an Elevation of 307 feet in a length of 2800 feet. Worst grade one foot in six, no. 2368
Creator
Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916
Date Created and/or Issued
[188-]
Publication Information
San Francisco : Taber
Contributing Institution
California State Library
Collection
California History Section Picture Catalog
Rights Information
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Description
Orange mount; pink back.
Photographer's no. 2368.
Original image by Watkins, reissued by Taber.
Street scene showing horse-drawn wagons and carriages, street railroad, tree-lined park on right. Buildings include watch market and dentist's office.
STEREO-2883.
Type
image
Format
Photographs.
Nonprojected graphic
Extent
1 photographic print on stereo card : stereograph ; 3 1/2 x 7 in.
Identifier
(C)001412670CSL01-Aleph
Language
English
Subject
Buildings--California--San Francisco
Streets--California--San Francisco
Street railroads--California--San Francisco
Carriages & coaches--California--San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)--Photographs
Photographic prints
Stereographs
Place
California
San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)

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