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Image of 1973.186 - Chinese Shacks and Vegetable Gardens at Pescadero by H. Dodge.  Watercolor on paper mounted behind glass and a white mat board inside a brown wooden frame.  Image depicts gray-brown-colored buildings in the background with a field of greens browns and golds, some of which is in rows, in the foreground.  There are telephone lines behind the buildings on the left and there is a blue and white sky above.

1973.186 - Chinese Shacks and Vegetable Gardens at Pescadero by H. Dodge. Watercolor on paper mounted behind glass and a white mat board inside a brown wooden frame. Image depicts gray-brown-colored buildings in the background with a field of greens browns and golds, some of which is in rows, in the foreground. There are telephone lines behind the buildings on the left and there is a blue and white sky above.

Chinese Shacks and Vegetable Gardens at Pescadero by H. Dodge. Watercolor on paper mounted behind glass and a white mat board inside a brown wooden frame. Image depicts gray-brown-colored buildings in the background with a field of greens browns and golds, some of which is in rows, in the foreground. There are telephone lines behind the buildings on the left and there is a blue and white sky above.

Image of 2015.036.001 - Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty coin from a former Chinese Village site in Redwood City, c. 1736-1910.  Coin was probably left on site between 1870 and 1910.  Brass metal coin is round with a square opening in the center.  There is an embossed outer rim on outer edge of both sides.  Inside on one side are embossed Chinese Characters [see image for characters and translation].

2015.036.001 - Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty coin from a former Chinese Village site in Redwood City, c. 1736-1910. Coin was probably left on site between 1870 and 1910. Brass metal coin is round with a square opening in the center. There is an embossed outer rim on outer edge of both sides. Inside on one side are embossed Chinese Characters [see image for characters and translation].

Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty coin from a former Chinese Village site in Redwood City, c. 1736-1910. Coin was probably left on site between 1870 and 1910. Brass metal coin is round with a square opening in the center. There is an embossed outer rim on outer edge of both sides. Inside on one side are embossed Chinese Characters [see image for characters and translation].

Image of 2015.036.002 - Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty coin from a former Chinese Village site in Redwood City, c. 1736-1910.  Coin was probably left on site between 1870 and 1910.  Brass metal coin is round with a square opening in the center.  There is an embossed outer rim on outer edge of both sides.  Inside on one side are embossed Chinese Characters [see image for characters and translation].

2015.036.002 - Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty coin from a former Chinese Village site in Redwood City, c. 1736-1910. Coin was probably left on site between 1870 and 1910. Brass metal coin is round with a square opening in the center. There is an embossed outer rim on outer edge of both sides. Inside on one side are embossed Chinese Characters [see image for characters and translation].

Qing (Ch'ing) Dynasty coin from a former Chinese Village site in Redwood City, c. 1736-1910. Coin was probably left on site between 1870 and 1910. Brass metal coin is round with a square opening in the center. There is an embossed outer rim on outer edge of both sides. Inside on one side are embossed Chinese Characters [see image for characters and translation].