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Title from item. Part of a set of five postcards depicting murals commissioned for the interior of the Oakland Main Library, a facility now occupied by the African American Museum and Library of Oakland. Originally produced at "Furniture Shop, 1717 California Street," the studios of Arthur and Lucia K. Mathews.