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Image / Birds-eye view of Elmhurst [picture] : Alameda County, Cal. 1896

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Title
Birds-eye view of Elmhurst [picture] : Alameda County, Cal. 1896
Creator
Glover & Epting
Date Created and/or Issued
1896
Publication Information
Oakland Public Library
Glover & Epting, Engravers
Contributing Institution
Oakland Public Library, Oakland History Room and Maps Division
Collection
Selections from the Collections of the Oakland History Room and the Maps Division of the Oakland Public Library
Rights Information
Public domain
Material is in the public domain. No restrictions on use.
Description
Not drawn to scale. Reproduction of a birds-eye map view of Elmhurst, showing landmarks (with numbered key), buildings and named streets. Landmarks designated by number: Power house. O.S.& H.R.W. (Oakland, San Leandro and Haywards Railway), Elmhurst Supply Co., Office A. H. Breed (Arthur H.) and Co., Fraternal Hall, Office Elmhurst Land Co., A. C. Berthier & Co., Post Office, School House, Hotel Elmhurst, Presbyterian Church, Station S.P.R.R. (Southern Pacific Railroad).
Type
image
Format
1 view ; 34 x 63 cm.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt60002596
copl_198
Language
English
Subject
Streets - California - Elmhurst - Aerial views
Place
Elmhurst (Calif.) - Aerial views.
East Oakland (Calif.) - Aerial views.
Elmhurst (Calif.) - Buildings, structures, etc. - Aerial views.

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