Yreka Bakery, viewed at an angle, Yreka, 1898
- Yreka Bakery, viewed at an angle, Yreka, 1898
- West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
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- West (H. H.) Collection
- Photograph of Yreka Bakery standing along the side of a dirt street passing through Yreka. A dirt street stretches through the image on an upward angle from the lower left corner and receding into the distance at right. The bakery lines the left side of the road. It is of lumber construction and is viewed at an angle. The short side is nearest to camera at left and the long side runs parallel to the road. A tall stovepipe extends from the center of the roof and out of frame. Signage atop the roof reads, "BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY." Fencing extends from the long side of the building, towards the left and out-of-frame. Posters are affixed to the side of the fence; they read: [first sign unreadable], "MASTIFF PLUG CUT FOR THE HAIR [... ?] MASTIFF PLUG CUT [... ?]," and "[SMGEE?] PLUM LONG CUT." Beyond the far side of the bakery, a house lines the road. Trees and utility poles stand along the right side of the road as it stretches towards the horizon.
- 1 photographic negative
- b&w nitrate negative
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