General Archival Collection

n foreground (right) is house at 123 Forest Avenue, built in 1886 for Carrie L. Roe, a physician. By 1888, the Rich family (from Boston) lived here. To the left is the Wilber house, built in 1885.View of houses on the east side of Forest Avenue continues towards Lovers Point in background. Also shows wooden sidewalk.
Chinese procession along Oceanview Blvd, between Chinatown (current site of Hopkins Marine Station) and Lovers Point. Image shows wagon, ceremonial lion, and Chinese men wearing matching regalia carrying banner & sticks. Monterey Bay and boat in background. Identified by donor as funeral procession. May be related to the first Feast of Lanterns in 1905.
Chinese procession along Oceanview Blvd, between Chinatown (current site of Hopkins Marine Station) and Lovers Point. Image shows five Chinese men in silk robes carrying embellished sticks--wagon in background. Monterey Bay and boat in background. Identified by donor as funeral procession. May be related to the first Feast of Lanterns in 1905.
Chinese procession along Oceanview Blvd, between Chinatown (current site of Hopkins Marine Station) and Lovers Point. Image shows procession from the rear, showing backs of Chinese men walking in the procession with sticks, clubs, and a large lantern. Identified by donor as funeral procession. May be related to the first Feast of Lanterns in 1905.
Chinese assembly in Chinatown (current site of Hopkins Marine Station). Image shows variety of costumes, including feathered embellishment, embroidered silk robes, fancy hat, and large lanterns, banners, and flag. Identified by donor as funeral procession. May be related to the first Feast of Lanterns in 1905.
Chinatown, showing wooden buildings along rocky shoreline at Pacific Grove's China Point (current site of Hopkins Marine Station). Railroad crossing sign visible at upper left-hand side. Postcard from C.W.J. Johnson photo.
Chinatown at Pacific Grove's China Point (current site of Hopkins Marine Station), showing wooden buildings on stilts along rocky shoreline, with boats hauled out on shore. Railroad crossing sign visible at upper left-hand side. J.K. Oliver photo.
Chinatown, showing boats, including one being launched from beach, with basket and other gear on board. Photo by E.H. Price.
Fishing boat fleet hauled on beach with two children peering out of front boat. Shows fishing gear, including nets, in boats. Wooden buildings in background.
Chinese fishing village along coast of Pacific Grove (located where Hopkins Marine Station is in 2005). Shows wooden buildings, including close-up of porch with awning, boats, and baskets. L.S. Slevin photo #596.
Chinese fishing village along coast of Pacific Grove (located where Hopkins Marine Station is in 2005). Beach in foreground, with wooden buildings along rocky shore. E.C. Starks photo
Chinese fishing village along coast of Pacific Grove (located where Hopkins Marine Station is in 2005). Beach with fishing boats in foreground, with wooden buildings along rocky shore. Bicycle leans against wood pile in midground. White-bearded man poses near front of boat. J.K. Oliver photo.
Lovers Point, showing early bathhouse, Culp Brothers cyclery & hot water baths sign, people on beach and wooden pier, small boats, Hopkins Seaside Lab (early Hopkins Marine Station), Gosbey baggage transfer sign on water storage. "Food Fun" captioned under photo. There is a second photo beneath this one (951a).
Two bathhouses at Lovers Point with people in street clothing on porches & on beach. "C.W.J. Johnson, Monterey" on mount. Arched mask. Mounting board warped.
Two bathhouses at Lovers Point with people in street clothing on porches & on beach. "C.W.J. Johnson photo, Monterey" on mount. Three boys with boater hats in right foreground. Mounting board warped.
Bathhouse at Lovers Point with people in street clothing on porches & on beach. "C.W.J. Johnson photo, Monterey" on mount. Horse in background. Stain at top of photo.
Lovers Point, showing early bathhouses, people on beach and wooden pier, bathers in bathing suits in water. Also shows dwellings along Oceanview Boulevard, including tent marked "Dewey." Magnolia Lodge visible at left of photo, foot of Forest Avenue with peek of Carrie Roe house. Flag flies at foot of 16th Street. C.W.J. Johnson photo. There is a second photo beneath this one.
Bathhouses at Lovers Point with people in street clothing on porches & on beach. Bathers in bathing costumes up to ankles in water. "C.W.J. Johnson photo, Monterey" on mount. "Annie" captioned. Boys sit on rocks at right. Also shows houses & tent along Oceanview Blvd.
Two bathhouses at Lovers Point with people in street clothing on porches & on beach. Young men mug for camera at right. Arched mask. C.W.J. Johnson photo. Unmounted photo has 1" piece missing at bottom.
Two bathhouses at Lovers Point with people in street clothing on porches & on beach. Boat at left in midground. Houses & tent along Oceanview Blvd. in background. Arched mask. C.W.J. Johnson photo.
Lovers Point looking from end towards Oceanview Blvd. (showing houses), across water. Two bathhouses, foot of Forest Ave.
Unpaved Oceanview Blvd. at 3rd Street (showing small rocky hill area now called Andy Jacobsen Park), looking towards Lovers Point. Two-story house at left is Winston house (torn down). Arched mask. Captioned, "E.E. Pomeroy, Pacific Grove 1884." Also shows rough fencing along future path of railroad tracks and rocky shoreline. C.W.J. Johnson photo. Foxing on photo.
Bird Rock outcropping off of coastline near Hopkins Marine Station (China Point). Fiske was the photographer of Yosemite.
Concrete pier at Lovers Point with surf pounding and man on pier.
From left: Japanese Tea House, Lookout, concrete pier at Lovers Point with surf pounding on pier.
"Plowing thru the water at Pacific Grove Beach. #26." Shoreline near Lovers Point, from across water with boat and wake in center. Homes along Oceanview Blvd. from about 14th Street to Fountain Avenue. Cars parked along street.
Pleasure boat "Sea-Bird" with passengers in bay along Oceanview Blvd. near Greenwood Park. Houses along shoreline visible.
Japanese Tea Garden at Lovers Point with one woman and two men standing near entry pavilion. Postcard published by photographer C.K. Tuttle.
Japanese Tea Garden and Lovers Point from across bathing cove. Children playing on beach in foreground. To left of Tea Garden is square entry pavilion, and part of Bathhouse Smith's house. Photo 138.
Bathing beach at Lovers Point with two early bathhouses (called "lookouts" on caption on back of original photo). Houses along Oceanview in background. Small wooden pier and boats "Bessie" and "Nellie" in foreground.
End of Lovers Point from shore across water, showing rocky outcrops, The Lookout, and part of the Japanese Tea House.
Frances Guild Cross stands on rocks at Lovers Point with fishing pole.
Rocks along shoreline with end of Lovers Point in background.
Girl in bathing cap & suit stands in foreground. Lovers Point and Japanese Tea House in background.
Lovers Point, including bathhouse, pier, boats, Japanese Tea House, Bathhouse Smith's barn-like house, and Lookout. Southern Pacific Railroad tracks in foreground.
"783-Japanese Tea Garden, Pacific Grove, California." Postcard published by Edward H. Mitchell, San Francisco. Shows Japanese Tea House from end of Lovers Point.
Hand-colored postcard published by Culp Bros. "Surf Scene, Pacific Grove, Cal." Shows Japanese Tea House and surf pounding on pier's breakwater.
Well-dressed crowd amongst rocks at end of Lovers Point.
Looking down concrete pier at Lovers Point with surf pounding at breakwater. Woman & two children walking on pier. Wood planks on ground & construction on steps.
Looking in from end of Lovers Point (from right): boulders near end of point, benches, train station, Hopkins Marine Station and water tower, Bathhouse Smith's barn-like house, merry-go-round, photographer's studio.
Band concert outside of bathhouse. Shows band director, Mr. Camillo, and band members John Orchard, Arthur Gates, Fred Cope, and Roy Wright. Crowd in street clothing sits on beach.
"Big Hat Show on Beach, Pacific Grove." Band concert outside of bathhouse. Crowd in street clothing sits on beach.
Band concert outside of bathhouse. Crowd in street clothing sits on beach.
Lovers Point from beach looking towards swimming pool with large crowd surrounding pool. Thought to be opening of pool. Stone wall was a WPA project. #23.
Band concert outside of bathhouse. Crowd in street clothing sits on beach.
Tracks near Lovers Point leading to Southern Pacific train station, showing train on track and switches. At right is Work's Pacific Grove Lumber Yard.
Copy photo of C.W.J. Johnson stereo card. Shows path leading down 16th Street to Lovers Point bathhouse. People in bathing costumes on beach.
The Del Monte Express' steam engine approaches Lovers Point on way to the Pacific Grove depot. The railroad right-of-way has become today's Recreation Trail. Photo was taken from rocky end of Lovers Point. Houses along Oceanview Blvd. also visible. C.B. Clark photo.
Tree-lined curve of Oceanview Blvd. approaching Lovers Point. Also shows Seven Gables.