Odd & Ends
This is the Masons' Hall that looks much the same today as it did when this large format mounted silver print was made by Moore of Nevada City, c. 1910. Mr. James Francis Colley is identified as the third from the left sitting on the inside of the row of tables.
|The Grass Valley basketball team with Everett Champion holding the ball, c. 1930, by the Tyson Studio.|
|Early large format group portrait by Clinch of Grass Valley, c. 1860s. No other identification of the sitters.|
|Boudoir card with albumen print depicting the Grand Standard of the Nevada Commandery No. 6, consecrated October 23, 1884. Photograph by Swart.|
|Miners waiting for the "Cage," Central Shaft (Empire Mine?), Grass Valley, c. 1925, postcard.|
|The workmen from the Lava Cap Mine, June 4, 1936, a panorama photo by Sessions.|
|Chalk Bluff Reservoir snapshot from an album dated 1906. Photogrpaher Unknown. "Chalk Bluff Ridge was named after the mining camp Chalk Bluff, which was later called Red Dog." From California Place Names|
|Postcard from a Chicago Park album, photogrpaher and group unknown, c. 1905.|
Silver print of the corner of Union and Coyote Streets,c. 1940s (?) showing the location of the old assay office which housed a theater at the time of the photograph. Photographer unknown.