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Image of 2014.029.005 - Poster of 1998 Decorators' Show House of the Crosby Estate, 1998. Color poster, 18 x 24, with an overall background color of sage green. At the top of the poster in darker green print text reads, "APRIL 26 - MAY 24." Around the edges of the poster is a white border and breaking the line of the border is a picture in each corner. The top right hand picture is a painting of a woman wearing a hat and a white dress. In the lower right-hand corner is a picture of three red roses with three green leaves. In the upper left corner is a picture of an Oscar statue. In the lower left-hand corner there is a picture of an ornate chair. The chair has cupid and flower decorations on the cushion. A large oval appears at center outlined by two darker green lines. Above the oval in dark gray writing is, "1998 DECORATORS' SHOW HOUSE." Below the word 'SHOW' is a graphic of a black and yellow butterfly with motion lines. Inside the circle is a photograph of the Hillsborough Crosby estate that shows a white house with a gray roof. There is a lawn visible around the building. On the lawn in white cursive script is "The Crosby Estate." To the right inside the oval is an illustration of Bing Crosby wearing a brimmed hat and smoking a pipe.  He is wearing a light blue collared shirt, a darker blue sweater, gray pants, and golf shoes. His left arm is bent with his fist on his hip and he holds a golf club in his right hand. Crosby stands with his right leg over his left. The illustration of Crosby is printed over the photo of the estate at center with his lower legs outside of the oval on the background of the poster. Text at the bottom of the poster reads, "BENEFITING THE COYOTE POINT MUSEUM  /  FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION."

2014.029.005 - Poster of 1998 Decorators' Show House of the Crosby Estate, 1998. Color poster, 18 x 24, with an overall background color of sage green. At the top of the poster in darker green print text reads, "APRIL 26 - MAY 24." Around the edges of the poster is a white border and breaking the line of the border is a picture in each corner. The top right hand picture is a painting of a woman wearing a hat and a white dress. In the lower right-hand corner is a picture of three red roses with three green leaves. In the upper left corner is a picture of an Oscar statue. In the lower left-hand corner there is a picture of an ornate chair. The chair has cupid and flower decorations on the cushion. A large oval appears at center outlined by two darker green lines. Above the oval in dark gray writing is, "1998 DECORATORS' SHOW HOUSE." Below the word 'SHOW' is a graphic of a black and yellow butterfly with motion lines. Inside the circle is a photograph of the Hillsborough Crosby estate that shows a white house with a gray roof. There is a lawn visible around the building. On the lawn in white cursive script is "The Crosby Estate." To the right inside the oval is an illustration of Bing Crosby wearing a brimmed hat and smoking a pipe. He is wearing a light blue collared shirt, a darker blue sweater, gray pants, and golf shoes. His left arm is bent with his fist on his hip and he holds a golf club in his right hand. Crosby stands with his right leg over his left. The illustration of Crosby is printed over the photo of the estate at center with his lower legs outside of the oval on the background of the poster. Text at the bottom of the poster reads, "BENEFITING THE COYOTE POINT MUSEUM / FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION."

Record Type: Archive

2017.015.008-023 - Papers and documents related to Joseph Dutilh, 1923-1979. The bulk of this collection consists military records including a few notices of authorization of subsistence allowance, separation qualification record and his discharge papers. The rest of the collection includes a copy of his birth certificate, a French marriage certificate between his father, Victor Dutilh and his mother, a share certificate owned by his father, and Rememberance of Joseph's First Holy Communion and Confirmation. Items in the collection include: 8. A Letter to Joesph V. Dutilh from the White House for his services, 1940s 9. Notice of Authorization of Subsistence Allowance, October 7, 1947 10. Authorization of Education of Training Subsistence Allowance Letter to Mr. Joesph V. Dutilh, November 1, 1946 11. Veterans Adminstration Notice of Training Status, June 2, 1950 12. Notice of Authorization of Training and Subsistence Allowance, June 20, 1949 13. Notice of Authorization of Training and Subsistence Allowance, October 11, 1948 14. Separation Qualification Record, March 6, 1946 15. Copy of Birth Certificate of Joseph V. Dutilh from August 13, 1924, July 10, 1979 16. French Marriage Certificate, March 15, 1937 17. Oakland Labor Temple Association Certificate belonging to Victor Dutilh, March 12, 1923 18. Letter in rememberance of Joseph V. Dutilh from the President of the United States, 1940s 19. Camp Montoir Quartermaster Detachment Miltary Card, 1940s 20. Military Authorized Driving License by Director of C.M.T.O, Gerald Grant, Capt. M.T.C., 1940s 21. Remembrance of First Holy Communion to Joseph Dutilh at the Church of St. Catherine in Burlingame, May 6, 1934 22. Remembrance of Confirmation to Joseph John Dutilh at the Church of St. Catherine in Burlingame, March 12, 1938 23A. Enlisted record and report of separation honorable discharge of Joesph V. Dutilh, March 6, 1946 23B. Certificate of Honorable Discharge to Joseph V. Dutilh from the Army of the United States, March 6, 1946

Record Type: Archive

2016.033.004 - 13 betting tickets

Record Type: Archive

Image of 1964.149.012 - Save Waste Fats WWII Poster, 1942. Poster in a white background with four painted picture in gray that are interlocked together such as 1) a frying pan on a stove, 2) the frying pan and its contents being poured in a can, 3) the can is stored in a nice spot with the lid covered, 4) a woman giving the same can to the butcher. Each picture is separated by red lines. Below the picture of the frying pan on the stove, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Save waste fats and greases". Below the picture of the frying pan and its contents, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Strain into clean can". Above the picture of the can with covered lid, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Keep in cool dark place". Above the picture of the woman selling the can to the butcher, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Sell it to your meat dealer". Below all of the pictures, in a red border background, painted in white and bold, the text reads "SAVE WASTE FATS". At the bottom of the poster, printed in black and bold and tiny lettering, the text reads "U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE  :  1942--O-469848". At the right hand corner of the poster, printed in black, and regular lettering, the text reads "WAR PRODUCTION BOARD  /  Bureau of Industrial Conservation". Next to the text above, is a circle insignia with black background inside with a white eagle and above printed in white, the text reads "WPB". 

Dimensions: 28.5 x 20

1964.149.012 - Save Waste Fats WWII Poster, 1942. Poster in a white background with four painted picture in gray that are interlocked together such as 1) a frying pan on a stove, 2) the frying pan and its contents being poured in a can, 3) the can is stored in a nice spot with the lid covered, 4) a woman giving the same can to the butcher. Each picture is separated by red lines. Below the picture of the frying pan on the stove, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Save waste fats and greases". Below the picture of the frying pan and its contents, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Strain into clean can". Above the picture of the can with covered lid, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Keep in cool dark place". Above the picture of the woman selling the can to the butcher, painted in black with regular lettering, the text reads "Sell it to your meat dealer". Below all of the pictures, in a red border background, painted in white and bold, the text reads "SAVE WASTE FATS". At the bottom of the poster, printed in black and bold and tiny lettering, the text reads "U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1942--O-469848". At the right hand corner of the poster, printed in black, and regular lettering, the text reads "WAR PRODUCTION BOARD / Bureau of Industrial Conservation". Next to the text above, is a circle insignia with black background inside with a white eagle and above printed in white, the text reads "WPB". Dimensions: 28.5 x 20

Record Type: Archive