Landscapes

Crowd of seated concert goers at Lovers Point, band on platform, all below municipal bathhouse. Condition note: Emulsion damage at top left-hand corner.
End of Lovers Point, Lookout, wooden pier, sweep of many Chinese sailboats near horizon.
Hopkins Marine Station building at Lovers Point. Unpainted wood building and water tower appears shorter than in 05.0-292-B. Crates, barrels, and whale bones at side of building. What is now know as Hopkins Marine Station was originally called Hopkins Sea Side Laboratory. Built in 1892 on land at Lovers Point gifted from the Pacific Improvement Co., it was the first marine lab on the American west coast. It was moved to its current location at Point Cabrillo (or China Point) in 1916. It is a branch of Stanford University's Department of Biological Sciences.
Crowd of seated concert goers at Lovers Point, band on platform, all below municipal bathhouse. Condition note: Emulsion damage at top & bottom left-hand corners.
Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat (and sign), boats, Lookout, Japanese tea house, windmill, Bathhouse Smith's barn house. Condition note: Tape marks at left & right edges.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Local business signs visible at back of balcony. Advertisements for Holman's Dept. Store, Coneys, Sheppa's Grocery, Long & Gretta's Drug Store, Mrs. Fisher's Apts at back of covered balcony. Condition note: Emulsion damaged at bottom and right.
Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat (and sign), curve of bathing beach with waves, sailboats, boats, Lookout, Japanese tea house, windmill, Bathhouse Smith's barn house.
Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat sign, boats, Lookout, Japanese tea house, windmill, Bathhouse Smith's barn house.
Beach at Lovers Point, glass-bottom swan boat (and sign), kids in bathing suits, Japanese tea house. Condition note: Negative stained near glass-bottom boat. Dark image.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Condition note: Emulsion mottled all over, gone at bottom.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Condition note: Emulsion damaged at top edge.
Construction of concrete pier at Lovers Point, Glass-bottom boat sign, shoreline with houses looking towards China Point. The pier was built by William "Bathhouse" Smith, who also enlarged the bathing beach by blasting the existing cove with dynamite. Condition note: Light flare at left side.
View of crowded beach at Lovers Point below municipal bathhouse. Looking toward arched door of bathhouse and steps, brass band on platform. Condition note: Emulsion damaged at top edge and on right side.
From south of Lovers Point, at Greenwood Park: young Monterey pine trees, small board and batten houses. Hopkins Marine Station and Seven Gables visible through trees. Young boy sits in foreground.
Clay pit reservoir (now Cal Am corporation yard) near David and Carmel avenues. Small square building. Condition note: Some holes in emulsion. Images of reservoir include #056, #094, #095, #119, #131, and #509.