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Description: A view of the central business district. A creamery on the left. A house on the right with a woman in a rocking chair and two children in front. Some men s...
Description: A view of the central business district from the end of a bridge. The post office on the right with a small group of men and children in front. An automobi...
Description: A street scene with a group of people in front of the corner store. A flag in the window. A row of houses with balconies behind that. A large stack of wood...
Description: Robert Novy's Opera House and Dance Hall, site of a recording session by Helene Stratman-Thomas.
Description: Outdoor group portrait of a crowd visiting Greenwood Brewery. Individuals pictured include: First row, left to right: Anton Novy, Edward McDonough, Frank R...
Description: View of a stairway leading up to a second-story residence. Several other commercial and private buildings are visible in the background down a hill.
Description: Members of the Yuba (Bohemian) Band posed outdoors.
Description: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dobbs. One was Helene Stratman-Thomas's cousin and well-acquainted with the Yuba musicians.
Description: Joe Yanksy (Bohemian), a one-man band with accordion and drums.
Description: View of the central business district, with unidentified businesses, some with false fronts. Automobiles and a truck are parked along the sidewalk. A man a...
Description: Helene Stratman-Thomas and members of the Yuba band, many of whom had played together for forty years: Otto and Wincil Stanek, clarinet; George McGilvery a...
Description: Joe Yansky (Bohemian), a one-man band with an accordion and drums.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Postcard of bird's-eye view of town.
Date: 1955 ca.
Description: Man playing a French horn at the Mazopust dance, part of a 3-day Bohemian celebration before Ash Wednesday.
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