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Name Candlestick Park
Number of Archive records 2
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Image of 2015.003.016 - Barry Bonds Baseball Card, 1994 Upper Deck paper card.  The left side of the front of the card has a picture of Barry Bonds having just hit a ball and he is looking up following the ball.  He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes, a black batting helmet, black gloves and shoes and a white elbow guard.  The right side of the front of the card shows the outline and dimensions of Candlestick Park.  The front background is white and the Upper Deck logo is in the right upper corner.  Text reads, "Home Field Advantage" and "Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants".  The back of the card has text listing the Giants', Barry Bonds' and Candlestick Park's statistics and information.  The background is white.  The back of the card also contains Upper Deck, Giants, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

2015.003.016 - Barry Bonds Baseball Card, 1994 Upper Deck paper card. The left side of the front of the card has a picture of Barry Bonds having just hit a ball and he is looking up following the ball. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes, a black batting helmet, black gloves and shoes and a white elbow guard. The right side of the front of the card shows the outline and dimensions of Candlestick Park. The front background is white and the Upper Deck logo is in the right upper corner. Text reads, "Home Field Advantage" and "Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants". The back of the card has text listing the Giants', Barry Bonds' and Candlestick Park's statistics and information. The background is white. The back of the card also contains Upper Deck, Giants, MLB and MLBPA logos as well as copyright information.

Barry Bonds Baseball Card, 1994 Upper Deck paper card. The left side of the front of the card has a picture of Barry Bonds having just hit a ball and he is looking up following the ball. He is wearing a white San Francisco Giants uniform with black and orange stripes, a black batting helmet, black gloves and shoes and a white elbow guard. The right side of the front of the card shows the outline and dimensions of Candlestick Park. The front background is white and the Upper Deck logo is in the right upper corner. Text reads, "Home Field Advantage" and "Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants". The back of the card has text listing the Giants', Barry Bonds' and Candlestick Park's statistics and

Image of 2015.001.03558.42 - San Francisco Giants Game at Candlestick Park, 1962

2015.001.03558.42 - San Francisco Giants Game at Candlestick Park, 1962

San Francisco Giants Game at Candlestick Park, 1962. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of a San Francisco Giants baseball game at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, California. The Park appears at center in the image surrounded by parking lots full of cars and buses. The San Francisco Bay is visible in the background along the top of the image. Part of a series of aerials of San Mateo County.

Image of 2015.001.03133.2 - Visitacion Avenue in Downtown Brisbane, May1962

2015.001.03133.2 - Visitacion Avenue in Downtown Brisbane, May1962

Visitacion Avenue in Downtown Brisbane, May 1962. Black and white negative of Visitacion Avenue in Brisbane, California looking southeast from Klamath Street towards Bayshore Boulevard. The street has several businesses and stores with cars parked on both sides of the streets. The shop on the right hand side of the street is Brisbane Delicatessen, Liquors, and Grocery. There is a large 7Up sign on the side of the building and a Borden's Ice Cream truck parked in front. In the distance is the Brisbane Lagoon, Candlestick Park, Hunters Point Naval Shipyard, San Francisco Bay and the East Bay Hills. Part of a series of 2.