|Title||Eastland-Mill Valley Station, circa 1899|
|Type of Object||Negative|
Eastland-Mill Valley Station at Miller and Sunnyside avenues in downtown Mill Valley, which was also called Eastland at that time (circa late 1800s).
H. Westcott, the fireman, is in white overalls. Jack Brady, the conductor, is third from left in front of the station. O. Collister, the station agent, is the short bearded man in doorway (third from right) and his son is in front nearest rails.
Note: There are two versions of this photograph, v1 and v2. The versions date this photo differently (MVN0167v1 as c. 1888-1889 and MVN0167v2 as both 1897 and "before 1904").
1 photographic print, sepia, 5.25" x 8.5" (v1)
1 photographic print, b&w, 4.5" x 7.75" (v2)
|Date Created||circa 1899|
|Year Range from||1885|
|Year Range to||1905|
|Creator (Artist/Author/Photographer)||Chuck Ford Photography|
|Contributed by||Chuck Ford Photography|
Eastland-Mill Valley Station
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