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Vernon Rock-Ridge Hall [picture]
Morris & Muller Co
Date Created and/or Issued
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Oakland Public Library
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Oakland Public Library, Oakland History Room and Maps Division
Selections from the Collections of the Oakland History Room and the Maps Division of the Oakland Public Library
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Public domain
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Title from item. A contact print from the glass negative. The photograph shows children in front of the Vernon Rock-Ridge Hall, a community clubhouse of the Vernon Rock-Ridge Improvement Club, designed by its president, architect Clarence A. Tantau and completed in 1911 as the first of its kind in Oakland. Financing for the structure came through a cooperative sale of shares with a final total of 85 shareholders among members of the community. The facility served as a clubhouse for community events and as a children's center. Currently (as of July 2006), the structure houses Ye Ole Hut, a familiar saloon along the College Avenue commercial strip. Glass negative number in Oakland History Room's collection : G-33
1 photograph : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm.
Neg. G-33.
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