Heimatkurzbesuch - Visiting the German Generalkonsulat in San Francisco for official business is always a little bit like going home. There's German chatter in the waiting ...
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|The red light is a good sign.|
|WP 555 on point.|
|A Jarring Juxtaposition: the beautiful Coffee Corner module|
transitions to the bare 10th and R Street module.
|The cover: fabric covered cardboard|
and 100% of your day's vitamin C allowance.
|Pictures of the Sacramento and Fresno plants.|
|Seriously, twelve kids???|
|Note the metal cross pieces- I'm assuming those were there to help|
combat the expansion and contraction forces with rails embedded in pavement.
|From Page 10 - the Overland Monthly July-December 1893|
|Not drawn by Warner, but the other Topographical Engineer at the battle, Lt. William Emory.|
|Bob Clark took this picture in the mid 1970s - we're looking west. Thomson-Diggs Plant No. 2 can be seen in the middle background. The main warehouse is in the middle background a little further back.|
|Another Bob Clark photo taken the same day as the other. This time a detail shot of Thomson-Diggs Plant no. 2|