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Image from page 179 of “The California weekly” (1908)
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Identifier: californiaweekly22610sanf
Title: The California weekly
Year: 1908 (1900s)
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Subjects: Progressivism (United States politics)
Publisher: San Francisco, Cal. : California Weekly, Inc.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library

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of January, 1910, will be de-linquent and advertised for sale at public auction, andunless payment is made before, it will be sold on the 21stday of February, 1910, to pay the delinquent assess-ment, together with the cost of advertising and ex-penses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. MATH JACOBS, Secretary.Office, Big Casino Gold Mining Company, Big OakFlat, Tuolumne county, California. POLYTECHNIC BUSINESS COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE AND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Twelfth and Harrison Sts., Oakland Incorporated Capital Stock 0,000.00 The createst business training scliool of the west. Finest building and equipment in the United States. National reputation for high-grade work. Graduates secure the best positions. Write for illustrated catalogue. ^ When you want furniture you wanteood furniture at lowest living prices. WE HAVE IT === OAKLAND FURNITURE COMPANY 532-534 Twelfth St., Oakland, Cal.Telephones Oakland 5239 and Home A 2239 W. I) Fennimore J. W. Davis A. R. Fennimore

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W^^^^i^ Makers of the new improved KRYPTOK Invisible Bifocal Lenses181 Post Street, near Grant Ave.

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Image from page 1112 of “The New York State business directory, containing the names, business and address of all merchants, manufacturers, and professional men throughout the state” (1867)
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Title: The New York State business directory, containing the names, business and address of all merchants, manufacturers, and professional men throughout the state
Year: 1867 (1860s)
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Publisher: Sampson, Davenport & Co
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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o O E « – o w 3 «* ®*S« u O 3 > *-• .£ -_, x E2 8g£Sg^Si S Isfajfp-. c■ ■- a 5 n J3.M.D, w w^-5 >5 |-|>.So3c3« •ill I rt3<l3 Ills ► iS 3 9 ■sua P 2 o « * S Si o J 13 nSI 38 oft :o~ gKiO MflJ j £ • C3 tc.S I c H 2^,2 a.© 3oo,c3HS: a; * S3 : oj 3 ?m cSffl : _u c«3;S-3 RcflP ;-. a oj*2 a*a as- l^ D«m« wr OdJ B O™ > 3 °-^3 < bi hs; .3 3 5 2-fH.zw 2* ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 177 KNOWLES PATENT STEAM PUMP, Sold by all the Steam Fitters In.the eastern cities and many of the western and southern, among whom aro Chas. Grigg, New York. Todd & Rafferty, do S. W. Green & Bro.,Phil. Flynn & Emrich, Baltimore. Bailey, Farrett & Co., Pitts-burgh, Penn. L. M. Rumsey & Co., St.Louis, Mo. Walworth, Burchick & Co,,Chicago, Illinois. Hart, Ball 8c Hart, Buffalo,New York. Sherlock &. Sloan, Roches-ter, New York. T. E. Carroll, Syracuse,New York. D. Southwiek, Troy, N. Y. Geo. L. Fried, Newark,New Jersey.

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PATENTED IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE. This Pump has received the Highest Premium at every Fairwhere it has been exhibited, viz: New York, Boston, Baltimore,Cincinnati, Buffalo, Syracuse, Springfield and Worcester. Ithas no Cranks or Fly Wheel, and has no dead points where itwill stop, consequently it is always ready to start without usinga starting bar, and does not require hand work to get it past thecenter, and is the only Pump made that will work its steamvalve with water, consequently is always ready to start when^XH/B/r/OA/ Ott// the steam cylinder is filled with cold water of condensation.It has been used for more than^ eight years for feeding station-ary STEAM BOILERS, and has been used more than five years on LOCOMOTIVES, and is the only Steam Pump yet tried, that is in every way adapted for that use. It has been extensively used for pumping water for Botels, Public Institutions and Manufacturing Establishments ™S tSZtfSSSZ* this Pump as the -^-Z*- Sl* ^

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Image from page 14 of “Historic buildings now standing in New York, which were erected prior to eighteen hundred” (1914)
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Identifier: historicbuilding01bank
Title: Historic buildings now standing in New York, which were erected prior to eighteen hundred
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Bank of the Manhattan Company Walton Advertising and Printing Company (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Historic buildings
Publisher: New York City : Printed for Bank of the Manhattan Co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

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y, or who could affordto get houses there, lingered in the neighborhood. StateStreet, the eastern boundary of Bowling Green, was a de-lightful site for a town residence, and many other old streetsresisted the encroachments of business until after 1800. At the beginning of 1800, the population was 50,000, anda flourishing town had sprung up about New Harlem and inGreenwich, that section of New York around GansevoortMarket, Christopher and West 10th Streets, the original estateof Sir Peter Warren, the English admiral. Another settlementknown as Chelsea had also begun in the section now roughlybounded by Eighth Avenue, 20th and 23d Streets, where, in1750, Captain Thomas Clarke, the veteran of the French andIndian War, had his country home. But most of New York,however, above City Hall Park was open country; and above14th Street it was heavily wooded. Such was the conditionof New York in 1800. To some of the old houses thenstanding, which still remain, your attention is now invited. [ 8 ]

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SCHENCK-CROOKE HOUSE On Mill Island, near Bergen Beach, Brooklyn, N.Y. Built 1656 The oldest house standing as originally erected in New York, and probably theoldest house in New York State, was built in 1656 by Jan Martinse Schenck VanNydeck, who came of a noble Dutch family, long distinguished in the Low Countries.He was grandson of General Peter Schenck Van Nydeck, whose father was theLord of Afferden and Blynbeek, Netherlands. Martin came to this country in 1650,and settled on Mill Island, where the Schenck estate was situated. This propertywas inherited by Captain John Schenck, who, like his ancestors, was interested inships that plied between New Netherlands and Old Netherlands, and docked at theSchenck Wharf on Mill Island centuries before Jamaica Bay was considered as a ter-minal for ocean liners. Captain John Schencks heirs sold the property, containing about seventy-fiveacres of woodland, upland, and salt marsh, to Joris Martense, of Flatbush, for £2,300.Martense, while ost

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