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Hamilton Hotel and businesses on Main Street
View of north side of Main St. between Oak St. and Palm St. In photo is Franz and Franz Rexall Drug Store, 391 E. Main Street, Rennie's Bakery, 387 E. Main St., and the Hamilton Hotel, 373 E. Main St. Also visible is Berger's Women's Clothes, Hess…

Clark Hotel and businesses on Main Street
View of E. Main St. looking south from Fir St. to Chestnut St. In photo is Musician Union Local No. 581 at 670 E. Main St., Pacific Finance at 668 E. Main St., and Clark Hotel at 664 E. Main St. Arthur Murray Dance Studio and Farmers Insurance Group…

Delivery Wagon at Peirano's Store
A man sits in a horse-drawn delivery wagon in front of Peirano's store. Two men stand in front of the store. Sign reading "Nick Peirano" visible. Photo from Santa Paula Historical Society.

Ojai City Hall
Front facing view of Ojai City Hall building with a police car and another vehicle parked in front. Signs on building read: Ojai City Hall, Police Dept., Dress Shop. Gas station partially visible at right of photo. Mountains in background, street in…

Main Street, Ventura post card sepia
View of Main and Chestnut Streets in Ventura, California. Street down the middle of post card and stores, hotels, and automobiles are visible. Possibly 1910's or 1920's. In sepia tone and black and white.
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Bait shop on Pierpont Pier
Richard George Stobs (left) and Edward E. Mosher (right) standing in front of a bait shop on the Pierpont Pier.

Drug Store, Stage Office, and Catholic Church, Camarillo postcard
View of a street lined with Camarillo businesses such as a mercantile company, drug store, and two cafes (one labeled Conejo Inn). An Associated Gasoline billboard is visible. St. Mary Magdalen, a Catholic church, is prominent in the background. Many…

New York Giants Visit Oxnard
Bird's eye view looking south on A Street in Oxnard at a parade scene when the New York Giants came to town, circa 1911. The players appear to be walking in front of and alongside a decorated horse-drawn carriage. The carriage is followed by two more…

Main Street at Seaward Avenue, Ventura
Shot from the middle of left turning lane (to turn at Seaward Ave.) on Main Street. There is oncoming traffic and cars to the right. A gas station is on the left corner and a store (Applegate's) on the right corner.

Two Ladies in Front of Oak Street Store in Ventura
Two women in floor length long sleeve dresses stand in covered sidewalk in front of a store that appears to be a dress shop. Sign on window behind them reads "fashionable dressmaking." Window lettering behind them reads "Gusperson Fine..."

Paving Crew on Oxnard Boulevard
This image shows a seven-man paving crew working on Oxnard Boulevard during the widening project that took place circa 1925. The men are using shovels and there is a large paving machine visible to the right of the frame. There are three men and a…

Hiroshi Takeda on Oxnard Boulevard
This image shows Hiroshi Takeda drinking a soda on Oxnard Blvd. in Oxnard, California. There are many cars parked along the street and there are people walking around. It appears to be during the day. There appears to be some rubble around Hiroshi's…

T. Otani Store
Exterior street view of the T. Otani grocery store. The automobile on the street is being driven by Tokutaro Moriwaki. The neighboring front exterior reads: W. E. Kelley's I-X-L Livery, Boarding, and Sales Stable can also be seen. An advertising sign…

Max Riave in Front of Camarillo Mercantile negative
Max Riave (right) stands with another man in front of the store he owned with his wife Ruth, Camarillo Mercantile. Both men are smiling into the camera and are wearing ties and long light colored coats. Behind them, part of the interior of the store…

Max Riave Holding Baby Daughter
Max Riave holds one of his daughters up for a photo while standing outside in front of Camarillo Mercantile in 1945. Max is looking downward and the baby girl is smiling at the camera. Other businesses are in the background.

Inadomi Store
This image shows the exterior front of the Inadomi Store during World War II. Store sign reads: Rancheros. There is a Kraft Food delivery truck visible parked on the street.

Inadomi Company Storefront
This image shows an exterior street view of the Inadomi Store. There is an International semi truck parked on the street in front. The Asahi Market can be seen in the background.

Manuel K. Inadomi With Produce Buyer
This image shows Manuel K. Inadomi posing in front of the Inadomi Company Store. He is standing with a produce buyer. There is an International semi truck parked on the street beside them.

Inside the Inadomi Company Store
This image shows the interior of the Inadomi Company Store as seen from the street. There are several fruits and vegetables displayed for sale on market tables. An employee can be seen restocking a display.

Inadomi Parade Float
This image shows an elaborately decorated parade float that has been created by the Inadomi Department Store for a parade in Fillmore, California. Two boys stand on the float. The Inadomi Department Store can be seen in the background.

Inadomi Department Store Parade Float
This is a full side view of a float that has been created by the Inadomi Department Store for a parade in Fillmore, California. The elaborate float is parked on the street in front of the Inadomi Department Store. Other storefronts that are visible…

Mrs. Inadomi With Children
This image shows Mrs. John K. Inadomi posing with her children Chiyeko and Tazuko Inadomi. They are posing in front of a parade float that was created by the Inadomi Department store for a parade in Fillmore, California.

Gas Pump at Inadomi Department Store
This is a street view of a gas pump that is located in front of the Inadomi store in Fillmore, California. Merchants are visible standing in the doorframes of the businesses.

Inadomi Market Under Construction
This image shows a street-side view of the construction work being done as the Inadomi Market, the A and P (A&P) Food Store, is being built.

Antonio Maria Ruiz' Drug Store
Street portrait of Antonio Maria Ruiz' Drug Store at 729 State Street in Santa Barbara. Lights are hanging over the front and a man is on the left side of the picture walking towards to the right side. Antonio Maria Ruiz died in March 1922.
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