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Title
First sawmill in Oakland [picture] : Palo Seco Creek near Dimond Canyon
Creator
Unknown
Contributor
Hill, Adaline B., 1868-1965
Date Created and/or Issued
1880s
Publication Information
Oakland Public Library
Oakland Tribune, Inc
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
Title from container. From the Joseph R. Knowland collection at the Oakland History Room, Oakland Public Library. Original photograph owned by Adaline B. Hill, granddaughter of Volney D. Moody, the owner of the property along the Palo Seco Creek above East Oakland where the sawmill was situated. The picture was made long after the monumental San Antonio redwoods had been clear-cut to meet timber demands immediately following the Gold Rush. Number in collection : 13.
Type
image
Format
1 photograph : negative, b&w ; 10 x 13 cm.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt9489r18s
copl_009
Knowland Neg. 13
Subject
Sawmills - California - Oakland - Pictorial works
Lumbering - California - Oakland - Pictorial works
Lumber trade - California - Oakland - Pictorial works
Moody, Volney D. - Homes and haunts - Pictorial works

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