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Name Myers, Tom & Sally

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Image of 2004/005/033 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/033 - Myers, Tom & Sally

Postcard photo of pink camelias. At bottom of card: "Camelia Capital of the World."

Image of 2004/005/007 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/007 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Postcard views of Old Sacramento. Views include: Union Hotel building, National House building, Booth & Co. building, LaSalle's Restaurant, Central Pacific RR Depot, a Gold Rush event, Old Sacramento School House, etc.

Image of 2004/005/022 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/022 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Postcard views of the Dixieland Jazz Jubilee in Old Sacramento.

Image of 2004/005/064 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/064 - Myers, Tom & Sally

View of Folsom Dam.

Image of 2004/005/024 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/024 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Postcard views of the Delta King paddlewheel steamer docked in Old Sacramento.

Image of 2004/005/029 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/029 - Myers, Tom & Sally

Elevated view of Sutter's Fort in center with photos of events around the edge.

Image of 2004/005/030 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/030 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Elevated view of Raley Field - home of the Sacramento River Cats.

Image of 2004/005/034 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/034 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Various views of Sacramento's historic Victorian-style Governor's Mansion.

Image of 2004/005/036 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/036 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Various views of the California State Capitol building in Sacramento. Includes an aerial, night view, fireworks, the interior of the dome, the Assembly and Senate chambers, and the plasterwork.

Image of 2004/005/046 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/046 - Myers, Tom & Sally

Official state portrait of Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown, Jr., Governor of California from Jan. 1975 to Jan 1983. This painting, by Los Angeles artist Don Bachardy, was completed in March1984 in the expressionistic painting style.

Image of 2004/005/047 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/047 - Myers, Tom & Sally

View of Capitol Park's nine-foot statue of Father Junipero Serra (1713-1784). It was placed in the Camelia Grove in 1967, thanks to the Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West.

Image of 2004/005/048 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/048 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Various elevated views of downtown Sacramento. Views include the Tower Bridge, Money Store, Delta King, Raley Field, Renaissance Tower, Capitol Mall, Old Sacramento, I-5, and Sacramento River.

Image of 2004/005/054 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/054 - Myers, Tom & Sally

View of the Money Store in West Sacramento lit up at night.

Image of 2004/005/055 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/055 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Various views of the Tower Bridge. Views include the bridge at dusk with its lights and new yellow paint and as an aerial.

Image of 2004/005/101 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/101 - Myers, Tom & Sally

Post card view of St. Francis Church, Sacramento, California. Card is sepia toned.

Image of 2004/005/058 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/058 - Myers, Tom & Sally

View of the Tower Bridge lit up at night with the city skyline beyond. This card is an advertisement for which includes Tom, Sally and Jeff Myers.

Image of 2004/005/059 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/059 - Myers, Tom & Sally

View of the skyline of downtown Sacramento from a wheat field (foreground) on the edge of town.

Image of 2004/005/060 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/060 - Myers, Tom & Sally

SERIES. Aerial view of the confluence ot the Sacramento and American Rivers. Second postcard is an aerial view of the Sacramento River Delta and surrounding farmlands.

Image of 2004/005/062 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/062 - Myers, Tom & Sally

Views of the Sacramento International Airport include interiors and an aerial of the new construction - all on one postcard.

Image of 2004/005/063 - Myers, Tom & Sally

2004/005/063 - Myers, Tom & Sally

View of an airplane on the tarmack at Mather Air Force Base with people milling around it. Possibly during an air show that was open to the public.