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[Residence of W.W. Hollister.]
Date Created and/or Issued
[ca. 1855]
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UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
Cased photographs and related images from The Bancroft Library pictorial collections
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Related images in The Bancroft Library collections have been cataloged as "Photographs from the Hollister collection" (BANC PIC 1972.011).
Three-quarter view of house and part of yard with a row of young trees. The house has a widow's walk on top. Location of home is not stated, but is believed to be the Hollister home at Monterey and Fourth Streets in the town of Hollister. This home was sold to J.I. Hodges and later became the Montgomery Hotel. (This tentative identification is based upon comparison to a print reproduced in "East of the Gabilans", by Marjorie Pierce.)
1 photograph : ambrotype ; half plate, visible image 12 x 9 cm.
BANC PIC 1969.042--CASE