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All images for Geographic Subject Natomas (Calif.)
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 F. L. Azevedo Fourth cutting alfalfa hay : photographic print. [ca. 1920]. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/00024

 Seven harvesters with 54 horse teams hauling five ton loads each : photographic print. [ca. 1920]. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/00045

 Photographic print of the Oak Park Post Office and employees. 1924 May. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/017/00028

 Swimmers on a paddlewheel : film negative. [ca. 1913]. Center for Sacramento History. 1989/041/02300

 James S. Remick Co., Inc. automobile supplies : everything for the automobile : illustrated clipping. [ca. 1915]. Center for Sacramento History. 1980/038/00005

 Harvest of Broom Corn. ca.1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/39

 Harvesting alfalfa. ca. 1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/14/40

 Havesting alfalfa. ca. 1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/41

 Combine bean harvester. ca:1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/104/42

 Harvesting wheat on Natomas land. ca:1924. Center for Sacramento History.

 Home of F.L. Azevedo. ca:1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/61

 Buildings on the G.F. Simpson Ranch. ca:1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/62

 Home of George A. Herget. ca:1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/63

 Home of Joe Lewis. ca.1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/64

 Home of E.H. Nicholson. ca.1924. Center for Sacramento History. 1991/014/66

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