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Title
Unidentified building, possibly in Joyland at Oak Park)
Date Created and/or Issued
1904 ca
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Interior of unidentified building (possibly Joyland in Oak Park). Rows of benches with stage at far end. Wooden post and beams in foreground. This image is part of a commemorative album given to Albert Gallatin in 1904 by his employees. Gallatin was the president of Sacramento Electric Power and Light Company and a builder of the Folsom Powerhouse (1895) along with H.P. Livermore.
Type
Image
Identifier
5BCBCFF5-FE07-47D0-BF7D-853304995028
1999/123/026
Subject
Buildings
Benches
Stages
Folsom Power House
Joyland

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