Key made by Alcatraz inmate Joseph Cretzer in an escape attempt. Cretzer was sentenced to life for murder and sent to Alcatraz in August 1940. He was involved in the bloody standoff known as the "Battle of Alcatraz."
Photograph of gas regulator equipment created by the Wilgus Manufacturing Company connected to a boiler in a brick wall. The parts are metal-cast with embedded inscriptions identifying the company, reading “Wilgus Mfg. Co." Identification in raised metal letters on the boiler reads "Pioneer Boiler & Machine Works."
Photo shoot set-up for the "California Fruit Growers" (perhaps the California Fruit Growers Exchange). The set, illuminated by 10 lights on stands, is a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove and with a mixer and a citrus juicer on the counter. A man and a woman stand in the kitchen and another man and woman look on from the right.
Advertisement for Ghirardelli chocolate bars. Three chocolate bars appear to float one above the other in the foreground; "Ghirardelli's" and the profile of a baker in a chef's hat and holding a baker's peel appear as shadows in the background. "Ghirardelli Since 1852" is embossed ion the top chocolate bar.