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Name Belmont
Number of Archive records 21
Number of Object records 24
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Image of 0001.416.001 - American Flag from Belmont School, May 30, 1899. Strips of red and white cotton linen fabric that have been sewn together to create a striped pattern with red stripes on top and bottom edges. Blue linen square sewn in upper left corner with 45 white stars sewn onto each side. Stars are arranged in 6 rows and the 1st, 3rd and 5th rows are indented slightly more. Left edge has a metal grommet in each corner and the linen has been reinforced/is a heavier weight. On back of that edge is handwriting that reads, "Belmont School  /  May 30, '99 Hopkins  /  1416-1" in black ink. Right side is hemmed. Looks to be machine sewn.

0001.416.001 - American Flag from Belmont School, May 30, 1899. Strips of red and white cotton linen fabric that have been sewn together to create a striped pattern with red stripes on top and bottom edges. Blue linen square sewn in upper left corner with 45 white stars sewn onto each side. Stars are arranged in 6 rows and the 1st, 3rd and 5th rows are indented slightly more. Left edge has a metal grommet in each corner and the linen has been reinforced/is a heavier weight. On back of that edge is handwriting that reads, "Belmont School / May 30, '99 Hopkins / 1416-1" in black ink. Right side is hemmed. Looks to be machine sewn.

American Flag from Belmont School, May 30, 1899. Strips of red and white cotton linen fabric that have been sewn together to create a striped pattern with red stripes on top and bottom edges. Blue linen square sewn in upper left corner with 45 white stars sewn onto each side. Stars are arranged in 6 rows and the 1st, 3rd and 5th rows are indented slightly more. Left edge has a metal grommet in each corner and the linen has been reinforced/is a heavier weight. On back of that edge is handwriting that reads, "Belmont School / May 30, '99 Hopkins / 1416-1" in black ink. Right side is hemmed. Looks to be machine sewn.

Image of 1965.032 - Old J.H Cutter Whiskey bottle is clear, pressed glass. Oval and flat in shape, the top tapers into an inch-wide neck that is 1.5 inches long. Small bubbles throughout glass. Broken cork in opening. On front of bottle is a paper label with torn edges. Label reads "The Celebrated Old J.H. Cutter Whisky", though the "r" in "Cutter" is torn off. Label also has the image of a ship in the upper left corner that reads "OLD CUTTER WHISKIES" on the sail; this corner of label is slightly missing. On right edge of label, below "Cutter", is the image of three barrels: one viewed from the side, which is resting on top of two barrels viewed from the end. Label also reads that bottle is from Belmont, CA.

1965.032 - Old J.H Cutter Whiskey bottle is clear, pressed glass. Oval and flat in shape, the top tapers into an inch-wide neck that is 1.5 inches long. Small bubbles throughout glass. Broken cork in opening. On front of bottle is a paper label with torn edges. Label reads "The Celebrated Old J.H. Cutter Whisky", though the "r" in "Cutter" is torn off. Label also has the image of a ship in the upper left corner that reads "OLD CUTTER WHISKIES" on the sail; this corner of label is slightly missing. On right edge of label, below "Cutter", is the image of three barrels: one viewed from the side, which is resting on top of two barrels viewed from the end. Label also reads that bottle is from Belmont, CA.

Old J.H Cutter Whiskey bottle is clear, pressed glass. Oval and flat in shape, the top tapers into an inch-wide neck that is 1.5 inches long. Small bubbles throughout glass. Broken cork in opening. On front of bottle is a paper label with torn edges. Label reads "The Celebrated Old J.H. Cutter Whisky", though the "r" in "Cutter" is torn off. Label also has the image of a ship in the upper left corner that reads "OLD CUTTER WHISKIES" on the sail; this corner of label is slightly missing. On right edge of label, below "Cutter", is the image of three barrels: one viewed from the side, which is resting on top of two barrels viewed from the end. Label also reads that bottle is from Belmont, CA.

Image of 0001.416.002 - American Flag from Belmont School, May 30, 1899. Strips of red and white cotton linen fabric that have been sewn together to create a striped pattern with red stripes on top and bottom edges. Blue linen square sewn in upper left corner with 45 white stars sewn onto each side. Stars are arranged in 6 rows and the 1st, 3rd and 5th rows are indented slightly more. Left edge has a metal grommet in each corner and the linen has been reinforced/is a heavier weight. On back of that edge, near upper corner,  is handwriting that reads, "Belmont School  /  May 30, '99  /  Sierra Hall" in black ink. Right side is hemmed. Looks to be machine sewn.

0001.416.002 - American Flag from Belmont School, May 30, 1899. Strips of red and white cotton linen fabric that have been sewn together to create a striped pattern with red stripes on top and bottom edges. Blue linen square sewn in upper left corner with 45 white stars sewn onto each side. Stars are arranged in 6 rows and the 1st, 3rd and 5th rows are indented slightly more. Left edge has a metal grommet in each corner and the linen has been reinforced/is a heavier weight. On back of that edge, near upper corner, is handwriting that reads, "Belmont School / May 30, '99 / Sierra Hall" in black ink. Right side is hemmed. Looks to be machine sewn.

American Flag from Belmont School, May 30, 1899. Strips of red and white cotton linen fabric that have been sewn together to create a striped pattern with red stripes on top and bottom edges. Blue linen square sewn in upper left corner with 45 white stars sewn onto each side. Stars are arranged in 6 rows and the 1st, 3rd and 5th rows are indented slightly more. Left edge has a metal grommet in each corner and the linen has been reinforced/is a heavier weight. On back of that edge, near upper corner, is handwriting that reads, "Belmont School / May 30, '99 / Sierra Hall" in black ink. Right side is hemmed. Looks to be machine sewn.

Image of 1972.090.015 - Ralston Dessert Plate, 1867.  White porcelain china plate has a recessed flat 6" center with a slightly flared rim that has scalloped edging.  Center is painted with an image of a blackberry vine and a white butterfly sitting on a ripe blackberry.  Leaves on bush are beginning to turn red.  Rim is coral in color bordered by gold.  Inner gold band is very decorative.  It is interspersed with  green circles, Fleur-de-lis, scrollwork, and grown shapes.  Interrupting band at top center is an oval of the same pattern in the center of which is the letter "R."

1972.090.015 - Ralston Dessert Plate, 1867. White porcelain china plate has a recessed flat 6" center with a slightly flared rim that has scalloped edging. Center is painted with an image of a blackberry vine and a white butterfly sitting on a ripe blackberry. Leaves on bush are beginning to turn red. Rim is coral in color bordered by gold. Inner gold band is very decorative. It is interspersed with green circles, Fleur-de-lis, scrollwork, and grown shapes. Interrupting band at top center is an oval of the same pattern in the center of which is the letter "R."

Ralston Dessert Plate, 1867. White porcelain china plate has a recessed flat 6" center with a slightly flared rim that has scalloped edging. Center is painted with an image of a blackberry vine and a white butterfly sitting on a ripe blackberry. Leaves on bush are beginning to turn red. Rim is coral in color bordered by gold. Inner gold band is very decorative. It is interspersed with green circles, Fleur-de-lis, scrollwork, and grown shapes. Interrupting band at top center is an oval of the same pattern in the center of which is the letter "R."

Image of 1989.353 - Belmont Creek Painting by R.G. Hulstede, 1955.  Watecolor on paper mounted under glass behind a gray-colored mat in a gray wooden frame with a green inner border.  Image depicts a fast-moving creek with large trees in the background.  A small building with a red chimney, a large window and laundry hanging on a line out front sits behind a tree on the back side of the creek.  A white sign on the tree says, "DANGER  /  DO NOT WADE  /  IN CREEK."  A small wooden walking bridge crosses the creek.  In the foreground at center is a picnic table with a red tablecloth.

1989.353 - Belmont Creek Painting by R.G. Hulstede, 1955. Watecolor on paper mounted under glass behind a gray-colored mat in a gray wooden frame with a green inner border. Image depicts a fast-moving creek with large trees in the background. A small building with a red chimney, a large window and laundry hanging on a line out front sits behind a tree on the back side of the creek. A white sign on the tree says, "DANGER / DO NOT WADE / IN CREEK." A small wooden walking bridge crosses the creek. In the foreground at center is a picnic table with a red tablecloth.

Belmont Creek Painting by R.G. Hulstede, 1955. Watecolor on paper mounted under glass behind a gray-colored mat in a gray wooden frame with a green inner border. Image depicts a fast-moving creek with large trees in the background. A small building with a red chimney, a large window and laundry hanging on a line out front sits behind a tree on the back side of the creek. A white sign on the tree says, "DANGER / DO NOT WADE / IN CREEK." A small wooden walking bridge crosses the creek. In the foreground at center is a picnic table with a red tablecloth.

Image of 1989.357 - 1947 Water Color Landscape Painting "Belmont Towards the Bay" depicting a green hill with homes, horses, trees, and roads, with more buildings in the valley below. The bay is in the background with an industrial building spewing smoke at the bay's edge. The east bay land and hills are in view. There are 4 airplanes flying above the town. Painting is signed by artist "R. Hulstede -1947" in lower right corner. Painting is mounted behind off-white mat board, under glass or acrylic in a brown, wooden frame.
 
By RUTH GARBER HULSTEDE

1989.357 - 1947 Water Color Landscape Painting "Belmont Towards the Bay" depicting a green hill with homes, horses, trees, and roads, with more buildings in the valley below. The bay is in the background with an industrial building spewing smoke at the bay's edge. The east bay land and hills are in view. There are 4 airplanes flying above the town. Painting is signed by artist "R. Hulstede -1947" in lower right corner. Painting is mounted behind off-white mat board, under glass or acrylic in a brown, wooden frame. By RUTH GARBER HULSTEDE

1947 Water Color Landscape Painting "Belmont Towards the Bay" depicting a green hill with homes, horses, trees, and roads, with more buildings in the valley below. The bay is in the background with an industrial building spewing smoke at the bay's edge. The east bay land and hills are in view. There are 4 airplanes flying above the town. Painting is signed by artist "R. Hulstede -1947" in lower right corner. Painting is mounted behind off-white mat board, under glass or acrylic in a brown, wooden frame. By RUTH GARBER HULSTEDE

Image of 2009.030.109 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jim Liggett of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999.  Plaque includes image of  Liggett and a brief biography:  "Jim Liggett became a San Mateo County coaching institution during his long tenure at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Going into the 1999 softball season, his Scots had posted a 550-120-1 overall record, with 16 league championships and one Central Coast Section title. Coaching Carlmont football from 1977-91, he compiled a 113-42-6 mark, with six league championships and one CCS title. He even coached boy's baseball for several years. He played minor league pro baseball for seven years."

2009.030.109 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jim Liggett of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Liggett and a brief biography: "Jim Liggett became a San Mateo County coaching institution during his long tenure at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Going into the 1999 softball season, his Scots had posted a 550-120-1 overall record, with 16 league championships and one Central Coast Section title. Coaching Carlmont football from 1977-91, he compiled a 113-42-6 mark, with six league championships and one CCS title. He even coached boy's baseball for several years. He played minor league pro baseball for seven years."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Jim Liggett of Carlmont High School who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on June 9, 1999. Plaque includes image of Liggett and a brief biography: "Jim Liggett became a San Mateo County coaching institution during his long tenure at Carlmont High School in Belmont. Going into the 1999 softball season, his Scots had posted a 550-120-1 overall record, with 16 league championships and one Central Coast Section title. Coaching Carlmont football from 1977-91, he compiled a 113-42-6 mark, with six league championships and one CCS title. He even coached boy's baseball for several years. He played minor league pro baseball for seven ye

Image of 2009.030.154 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bill Ring of Carlmont High School. who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992.  Plaque includes image of  Ring and a brief biography:  "Bill Ring, a bruising fullback, left an indelible local mark on football programs at Carlmont High School in Belmont and the College of San Mateo.  /  He led the Scots to the 1975 South Peninsula Athletic League championship. He then set rushing records at CSM.  /  At Brigham Young University in Utah, Ring ran for 782 yards in two seasons.  /  Perhaps his finest hours occurred with the San Francisco Fourty Niners, for whom he played six productive campaigns.  /  He ran and caught the ball for two Super Bowl championship clubs and won the Len Eshmont Award as San Francisco's most inspirational player in 1983."

2009.030.154 - Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bill Ring of Carlmont High School. who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992. Plaque includes image of Ring and a brief biography: "Bill Ring, a bruising fullback, left an indelible local mark on football programs at Carlmont High School in Belmont and the College of San Mateo. / He led the Scots to the 1975 South Peninsula Athletic League championship. He then set rushing records at CSM. / At Brigham Young University in Utah, Ring ran for 782 yards in two seasons. / Perhaps his finest hours occurred with the San Francisco Fourty Niners, for whom he played six productive campaigns. / He ran and caught the ball for two Super Bowl championship clubs and won the Len Eshmont Award as San Francisco's most inspirational player in 1983."

Wood and acrylic plaque commemorating Bill Ring of Carlmont High School. who was inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992. Plaque includes image of Ring and a brief biography: "Bill Ring, a bruising fullback, left an indelible local mark on football programs at Carlmont High School in Belmont and the College of San Mateo. / He led the Scots to the 1975 South Peninsula Athletic League championship. He then set rushing records at CSM. / At Brigham Young University in Utah, Ring ran for 782 yards in two seasons. / Perhaps his finest hours occurred with the San Francisco Fourty Niners, for whom he played six productive campaigns. / He ran and caught the ba

Image of 1965.032.001 - J.H. Cutter Old Bourbon Bottle, n.d.  Clear glass whiskey bottle has a flat shape that is curved at the top from which a small neck extends from the top, ending in a wide rim with a raised band at its base. Bottle is pressed glass with two vertical seams extending up both sides. "J.H.CUTTER OLD BOURBON" is in white letters on a gray background surrounded by red bands on paper label on front. Cork in top.

1965.032.001 - J.H. Cutter Old Bourbon Bottle, n.d. Clear glass whiskey bottle has a flat shape that is curved at the top from which a small neck extends from the top, ending in a wide rim with a raised band at its base. Bottle is pressed glass with two vertical seams extending up both sides. "J.H.CUTTER OLD BOURBON" is in white letters on a gray background surrounded by red bands on paper label on front. Cork in top.

J.H. Cutter Old Bourbon Bottle, n.d. Clear glass whiskey bottle has a flat shape that is curved at the top from which a small neck extends from the top, ending in a wide rim with a raised band at its base. Bottle is pressed glass with two vertical seams extending up both sides. "J.H.CUTTER OLD BOURBON" is in white letters on a gray background surrounded by red bands on paper label on front. Cork in top.

Image of 2015.002.001 - Cal. Bottling Co. Export Beer Bottle, c. 1885-1889.  Amber-colored glass quart-size bottle has a tall body, a long bulbous neck and a Baltimore loop closure at rim.  Embossed label reads, "CAL.BOTTLING CO.  /  EXPORT BEER  /  S. F."  Pressed/molded body with a tooled top.

2015.002.001 - Cal. Bottling Co. Export Beer Bottle, c. 1885-1889. Amber-colored glass quart-size bottle has a tall body, a long bulbous neck and a Baltimore loop closure at rim. Embossed label reads, "CAL.BOTTLING CO. / EXPORT BEER / S. F." Pressed/molded body with a tooled top.

Cal. Bottling Co. Export Beer Bottle, c. 1885-1889. Amber-colored glass quart-size bottle has a tall body, a long bulbous neck and a Baltimore loop closure at rim. Embossed label reads, "CAL.BOTTLING CO. / EXPORT BEER / S. F." Pressed/molded body with a tooled top.

Image of 2017.010.004 - Chioma Igwe Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads.  Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." 
 
Photo of Chioma Igwe in upper right corner of metal inset. Blue background, woman with long dark hair wearing blue sports jersey.
 
Text under logo and photo reads "Chioma Igwe  /  Notre Dame High School  /  Inducted April 13, 2017  /  Few female soccer players on the Peninsula have produced Chioma Igwe's long resume  /  of athletic honors and success.  Her journey began as a youth soccer star and proceeded  /  on to Notre Dame High.  There, in the early 2000s, she became an All-American prep  /  standout. In 2004, she was named the Cal Hi Sports State Female Soccer Player of the  /  Year. At Notre Dame, she led her league in scoring during her last three years at the  /  school. In all, she scored 88 goals and assisted on 61 others during her Notre Dame  /  career. A mid-fielder, she played collegiately at UC Berkeley and Santa Clara University.  /  Chioma started her professional career in America, and most recently, she has been  /  playing soccer professionally in Europe." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive)
 
 
Sponsorship information below biography.  Text included in inscription field.

2017.010.004 - Chioma Igwe Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads. Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." Photo of Chioma Igwe in upper right corner of metal inset. Blue background, woman with long dark hair wearing blue sports jersey. Text under logo and photo reads "Chioma Igwe / Notre Dame High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Few female soccer players on the Peninsula have produced Chioma Igwe's long resume / of athletic honors and success. Her journey began as a youth soccer star and proceeded / on to Notre Dame High. There, in the early 2000s, she became an All-American prep / standout. In 2004, she was named the Cal Hi Sports State Female Soccer Player of the / Year. At Notre Dame, she led her league in scoring during her last three years at the / school. In all, she scored 88 goals and assisted on 61 others during her Notre Dame / career. A mid-fielder, she played collegiately at UC Berkeley and Santa Clara University. / Chioma started her professional career in America, and most recently, she has been / playing soccer professionally in Europe." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive) Sponsorship information below biography. Text included in inscription field.

Chioma Igwe Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads. Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." Photo of Chioma Igwe in upper right corner of metal inset. Blue background, woman with long dark hair wearing blue sports jersey. Text under logo and photo reads "Chioma Igwe / Notre Dame High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Few female soccer players on the Peninsula have produced Chioma Igwe's long resume / of athletic honors and success. Her j

Image of 2017.010.005 - Ray Looze Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads.  Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." 
 
Photo of Ray Looze in upper right corner of metal inset. Interior background, man with sandy blonde hair holding gold medal, wearing striped blue shirt and tan shorts.
 
Text under logo and photo reads "Ray Looze  /  Serra High School  /  Inducted April 13, 2017  /  Ray Looze began swimming at the age of five in Belmont, CA. His passion for swimming  /  began at Junipero Serra High School where he was a scholar athlete. He was an integral  /   part of his college team at USC where he excelled in academics and learned the art of  /  recruiting and coaching. Ray swam until 1992, when he narrowly missed making the  /  Olympic Team. His coaching began at University of Texas at Austin and continued at  /  Harvard, The Peddie School, University of the Pacific and now Indiana University. As  /  coach of the IU Hoosiers, Ray has been awarded Big Ten Coach of the Year six times  /  and has been driven to bring Indiana back to its former glory. His Olympic coaching  /  experience was rewarded by his athletes winning four gold and two bronze medals at the  /  2016 Rio Summer Olympics." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive)
 
 
Sponsorship information below biography.  Text included in inscription field.

2017.010.005 - Ray Looze Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads. Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." Photo of Ray Looze in upper right corner of metal inset. Interior background, man with sandy blonde hair holding gold medal, wearing striped blue shirt and tan shorts. Text under logo and photo reads "Ray Looze / Serra High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Ray Looze began swimming at the age of five in Belmont, CA. His passion for swimming / began at Junipero Serra High School where he was a scholar athlete. He was an integral / part of his college team at USC where he excelled in academics and learned the art of / recruiting and coaching. Ray swam until 1992, when he narrowly missed making the / Olympic Team. His coaching began at University of Texas at Austin and continued at / Harvard, The Peddie School, University of the Pacific and now Indiana University. As / coach of the IU Hoosiers, Ray has been awarded Big Ten Coach of the Year six times / and has been driven to bring Indiana back to its former glory. His Olympic coaching / experience was rewarded by his athletes winning four gold and two bronze medals at the / 2016 Rio Summer Olympics." (Name and school bold text, all caps, induction date bold cursive, biography case sensitive) Sponsorship information below biography. Text included in inscription field.

Ray Looze Sports Hall of Fame Plaque, 2017. Rectangular brushed metal plaque attached to laminate wood grain board with copper colored brads. Hole drilled in top center of wood portion. Peninsula Sports logo in upper left corner of metal portion - green trophy cup surrounded by blue stars - "2017 Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame." Photo of Ray Looze in upper right corner of metal inset. Interior background, man with sandy blonde hair holding gold medal, wearing striped blue shirt and tan shorts. Text under logo and photo reads "Ray Looze / Serra High School / Inducted April 13, 2017 / Ray Looze began swimming at the age of five in Belmont, CA. His passion for swimming / began a

Image of 2015.001.00313.1 - Belmont Cub Scouts Training at Belmont Fire Station, 1948

2015.001.00313.1 - Belmont Cub Scouts Training at Belmont Fire Station, 1948

Belmont Cub Scouts Training at Belmont Fire Station, 1948. Black and white negative shows five Belmont Cub Scout Troop members receiving first aid training at the Belmont Fire Station. Four of the cub scouts are kneeling around a fifth Cub Scout who is lying prone on a dark blanket. At right, a firefighter in uniform with a white hat kneels next to the cub scouts and turns to look at the camera. A woman stands next to him wearing a long dark dress, gloves, and a hat. There are two fire engines in the background. The fire engine on the left reads, "TANK CO. 1." Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.03632.4 - Carlmont High School, 1962

2015.001.03632.4 - Carlmont High School, 1962

Carlmont High School, 1962. Black and white negative shows basketball courts outside Carlmont High School in Belmont, California. Several empty basketball courts appear in the foreground with free throw lines painted onto blacktop. The High School appears in the distance extending across the upper portion of the image. A flagpole with the American and California flags can be seen at upper right. Undeveloped land in the San Carlos Hills appears behind the school in the background. The photograph was taken looking southwest.

Image of 2015.001.03616.1 - Belmont Southern Pacific Train Depot, August 1962

2015.001.03616.1 - Belmont Southern Pacific Train Depot, August 1962

Belmont Southern Pacific Train Depot, August 1962. Black and white negative of the Belmont Southern Pacific Train Station. The station is a long building with the words Belmont in large letters on its roof. On the side of the station is a sign that reads "STATION HOUSE ANTIQUES." There is a southbound train departing the station. There is a man at the center left of the image holding the handles of a wheelbarrow. Part of a series of 2.

Image of 2015.001.01325.10 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking East

2015.001.01325.10 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking East

Black and white negative shows an aerial of Belmont Hills looking east. South San Mateo and Belmont cities appear at center. Brewer Island is visible in the upper portion of the image at center. San Francisco Bay and the East Bay Hills are visible in the background. Mt. Diablo appears at upper right and Coyote Point is visible at upper left.

Image of 2015.001.01325.4 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northwest

2015.001.01325.4 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northwest

Black and white negative shows an aerial of Belmont Hills looking northwest. Carlmont High School appears at center right. Ralston Avenue is visible running from right to left across the center of the image. The San Mateo Hillsdale area appears behind Ralston Avenue in the upper portion of the image. Bay Meadows Racetrack appears at upper right.

Image of 2015.001.01325.7 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northeast, 1960

2015.001.01325.7 - Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northeast, 1960

Aerial of Belmont Hills Looking Northeast, 1960. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of Belmont Hills looking northeast. Farms and country roads (prior to construction of Interstate 280) are visible along the bottom of the image. Carlmont High School appears at center right. Brewer Island (pre development into Foster City) is visible at center in the upper portion of the image with the 1929 San Mateo-Hayward Drawbridge at upper right.

Image of 2015.001.03558.11 - Carlmont Shopping Center in Belmont, 1962

2015.001.03558.11 - Carlmont Shopping Center in Belmont, 1962

Carlmont Shopping Center in Belmont, 1962. Black and white negative shows the Carlmont Shopping Center in Belmont looking north. An automobile that is parked along a curb planted with a row of low bushes appears in the foreground at bottom center. Right behind the car is a parking lot with multiple vehicles. The Lee Bros. market building with a large sign and vertical striped storefront is visible at mid-ground, upper right. Belmont Hills can be seen in the distance at center left. Part of a series.

Image of 2015.001.03616.2 - Belmont Train Station, 1962

2015.001.03616.2 - Belmont Train Station, 1962

Belmont Train Station, 1962. Black and white negative shows the Belmont Train Station as a Southern Pacific northbound train arrives at the depot. The train appears in the distance at lower right heading toward the depot building in the foreground at lower left. A sign for the Station House Antiques store is visible on the side of the depot building facing the camera. About a dozen people stand on the train platform at bottom center and a man holding on to the handle of a wheelbarrow is visible at far left. Part of a series.