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Name Frank's Tannery
Number of Archive records 3
Number of Object records 38
Number of Photo records 6

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Image of 2006.254.002 - Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Bottle, c. 1905-1920.  Rectangular aqua glass bottle with narrow neck and sharp distinct embossing.  Mold seams on corner edges.

2006.254.002 - Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Bottle, c. 1905-1920. Rectangular aqua glass bottle with narrow neck and sharp distinct embossing. Mold seams on corner edges.

Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Bottle, c. 1905-1920. Rectangular aqua glass bottle with narrow neck and sharp distinct embossing. Mold seams on corner edges.

Image of 2006.254.003 - Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Bottle, c. 1905-1920.  Rectangular aqua glass bottle with narrow neck and flared rim.  Mold seams on corner edges.  Embossed.

2006.254.003 - Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Bottle, c. 1905-1920. Rectangular aqua glass bottle with narrow neck and flared rim. Mold seams on corner edges. Embossed.

Dr. D. Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge Bottle, c. 1905-1920. Rectangular aqua glass bottle with narrow neck and flared rim. Mold seams on corner edges. Embossed.

Image of 2006.254.004 - Furst-McNess Cooking Extract  Bottle, c. 1929-1954.  Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow neck and screw top.  Furst-McNess Co. embossed on side.

2006.254.004 - Furst-McNess Cooking Extract Bottle, c. 1929-1954. Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow neck and screw top. Furst-McNess Co. embossed on side.

Furst-McNess Cooking Extract Bottle, c. 1929-1954. Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow neck and screw top. Furst-McNess Co. embossed on side.

Image of 2006.254.005 - Clear glass rectangular shaped bottle with one side slightly rounded.  Has a lavender tinge.  Machine made; side mold seams extend to rim but not over the top.  Mold seams extend to bottom of bottle; circle within base.

2006.254.005 - Clear glass rectangular shaped bottle with one side slightly rounded. Has a lavender tinge. Machine made; side mold seams extend to rim but not over the top. Mold seams extend to bottom of bottle; circle within base.

Clear glass rectangular shaped bottle with one side slightly rounded. Has a lavender tinge. Machine made; side mold seams extend to rim but not over the top. Mold seams extend to bottom of bottle; circle within base.

Image of 2006.254.007 - Cylindrical cobalt blue bottle with wide neck; lip same diameter as neck. Rim has 4 projections for metal cap closure.  Bottle is machine made.

2006.254.007 - Cylindrical cobalt blue bottle with wide neck; lip same diameter as neck. Rim has 4 projections for metal cap closure. Bottle is machine made.

Cylindrical cobalt blue bottle with wide neck; lip same diameter as neck. Rim has 4 projections for metal cap closure. Bottle is machine made.

Image of 2006.254.019 - Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow neck and flared rim.  Bottle has flat area one side and is rounded on other side.  Embossed on flat side , "FROM RILEY DRUG CO., COR. 2nd & SANTA CLARA STS., SAN JOSE, CAL."

2006.254.019 - Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow neck and flared rim. Bottle has flat area one side and is rounded on other side. Embossed on flat side , "FROM RILEY DRUG CO., COR. 2nd & SANTA CLARA STS., SAN JOSE, CAL."

Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow neck and flared rim. Bottle has flat area one side and is rounded on other side. Embossed on flat side , "FROM RILEY DRUG CO., COR. 2nd & SANTA CLARA STS., SAN JOSE, CAL."

Image of 2006.254.012 - Clear glass with "straw" tint proprietary druggest bottle. Bottle is rectangular with one embossed flat side and other side rounded.  Narrow neck with flared rim.  Side mold seams to finish; mouth blown; air venting holes.

2006.254.012 - Clear glass with "straw" tint proprietary druggest bottle. Bottle is rectangular with one embossed flat side and other side rounded. Narrow neck with flared rim. Side mold seams to finish; mouth blown; air venting holes.

Clear glass with "straw" tint proprietary druggest bottle. Bottle is rectangular with one embossed flat side and other side rounded. Narrow neck with flared rim. Side mold seams to finish; mouth blown; air venting holes.

Image of 2006.254.013 - Apothecary Bottle, c. 1912-1920.  Clear glass rectangular bottle rounded on 3 sides and flat on one side; narrow neck with flared rim.  Machine made, tooled finsih with cup bottom mold and air venting marks.

2006.254.013 - Apothecary Bottle, c. 1912-1920. Clear glass rectangular bottle rounded on 3 sides and flat on one side; narrow neck with flared rim. Machine made, tooled finsih with cup bottom mold and air venting marks.

Apothecary Bottle, c. 1912-1920. Clear glass rectangular bottle rounded on 3 sides and flat on one side; narrow neck with flared rim. Machine made, tooled finsih with cup bottom mold and air venting marks.

Image of 2006.254.014 - Wide Mouth Apothecary Bottle, c. 1925-1959.  Cylindrical aqua colored glass bottle with wide mouth and screw threads and embossing on bottom.

2006.254.014 - Wide Mouth Apothecary Bottle, c. 1925-1959. Cylindrical aqua colored glass bottle with wide mouth and screw threads and embossing on bottom.

Wide Mouth Apothecary Bottle, c. 1925-1959. Cylindrical aqua colored glass bottle with wide mouth and screw threads and embossing on bottom.

Image of 2006.254.015 - Rectangular aqua bottle with 4 indented sides - 3 have embossed lettering; narrow neck and finish.  Embossed on front, "DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR CONSUMPTION" and on the sides, "CHICAGO, ILL." & "H.E. BUCKLEN & CO."  Bottle has side mold seams; mouth blown.

2006.254.015 - Rectangular aqua bottle with 4 indented sides - 3 have embossed lettering; narrow neck and finish. Embossed on front, "DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR CONSUMPTION" and on the sides, "CHICAGO, ILL." & "H.E. BUCKLEN & CO." Bottle has side mold seams; mouth blown.

Rectangular aqua bottle with 4 indented sides - 3 have embossed lettering; narrow neck and finish. Embossed on front, "DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR CONSUMPTION" and on the sides, "CHICAGO, ILL." & "H.E. BUCKLEN & CO." Bottle has side mold seams; mouth blown.

Image of 2006.254.016 - J. A. Folger & Co. Flavoring Extract Bottle, c. 1914-1920.  Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow nect and flared rim.  Embossed on front "J.A. FOLGER'S & CO. GOLDEN GATE HIGH GRADE FLAVORING EXTRACTS".  Bottle is 2 oz.

2006.254.016 - J. A. Folger & Co. Flavoring Extract Bottle, c. 1914-1920. Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow nect and flared rim. Embossed on front "J.A. FOLGER'S & CO. GOLDEN GATE HIGH GRADE FLAVORING EXTRACTS". Bottle is 2 oz.

J. A. Folger & Co. Flavoring Extract Bottle, c. 1914-1920. Clear glass rectangular bottle with narrow nect and flared rim. Embossed on front "J.A. FOLGER'S & CO. GOLDEN GATE HIGH GRADE FLAVORING EXTRACTS". Bottle is 2 oz.

Image of 2006.254.017 - Pale green (aqua) glass flat rectangular shaped bottle with small bubbles in the glass and no markings.  There are two side mold seams terminating at shoulder extending onto neck 3/8".  There are small air venting dots (4) at the shoulder of the bottle.

2006.254.017 - Pale green (aqua) glass flat rectangular shaped bottle with small bubbles in the glass and no markings. There are two side mold seams terminating at shoulder extending onto neck 3/8". There are small air venting dots (4) at the shoulder of the bottle.

Pale green (aqua) glass flat rectangular shaped bottle with small bubbles in the glass and no markings. There are two side mold seams terminating at shoulder extending onto neck 3/8". There are small air venting dots (4) at the shoulder of the bottle.

Image of 2006.254.021 - Cylindrical clear glass bottle with narrow neck; cork in opening with a rusted metal loop.  Mold seams all the way to the finish.  Embossed lettering

2006.254.021 - Cylindrical clear glass bottle with narrow neck; cork in opening with a rusted metal loop. Mold seams all the way to the finish. Embossed lettering

Cylindrical clear glass bottle with narrow neck; cork in opening with a rusted metal loop. Mold seams all the way to the finish. Embossed lettering

Image of 2006.254.022 - Cylindrical amber-colored bottle with mold seam extending all the way to finish and rim.  Narrow neck. Side of bottle indented with embossing "1/2 CUP" written above and below a horizontal line wth arrows pointing at line.  On front and embossed "01 35 D" at base.

2006.254.022 - Cylindrical amber-colored bottle with mold seam extending all the way to finish and rim. Narrow neck. Side of bottle indented with embossing "1/2 CUP" written above and below a horizontal line wth arrows pointing at line. On front and embossed "01 35 D" at base.

Cylindrical amber-colored bottle with mold seam extending all the way to finish and rim. Narrow neck. Side of bottle indented with embossing "1/2 CUP" written above and below a horizontal line wth arrows pointing at line. On front and embossed "01 35 D" at base.

Image of 2006.254.023 - Brown round glass bottle with side mold seams and finish lip.  Machine made.  Bottle is cylindrical with narrow neck.  Embossed on the base with "G" inside a diamond shape.  Bubbles visible in bottle.  Bottle dates post 1910

2006.254.023 - Brown round glass bottle with side mold seams and finish lip. Machine made. Bottle is cylindrical with narrow neck. Embossed on the base with "G" inside a diamond shape. Bubbles visible in bottle. Bottle dates post 1910

Brown round glass bottle with side mold seams and finish lip. Machine made. Bottle is cylindrical with narrow neck. Embossed on the base with "G" inside a diamond shape. Bubbles visible in bottle. Bottle dates post 1910

Image of 2014.024.001 - Frank's Tannery by Ralph Ledesma.  Watercolor on paper mounted beneath an off-white colored matt with a lavender-colored inner border under glass inside a gold-colored wooden frame.  Image depicts a long rectangular red-colored building on the right with a green-colored shallow roof on which is written, "FRANK'S TANNERY."  There is a water tank to the left of the building and a second red building behind the tank.  There are additional buildings to the left.  A creek runs in front of all the buildings and there is vegetation in the foreground in the left corner.  The sky is dark and cloudy with only some blue peeking through and several birds can be seen flying in the distance.

2014.024.001 - Frank's Tannery by Ralph Ledesma. Watercolor on paper mounted beneath an off-white colored matt with a lavender-colored inner border under glass inside a gold-colored wooden frame. Image depicts a long rectangular red-colored building on the right with a green-colored shallow roof on which is written, "FRANK'S TANNERY." There is a water tank to the left of the building and a second red building behind the tank. There are additional buildings to the left. A creek runs in front of all the buildings and there is vegetation in the foreground in the left corner. The sky is dark and cloudy with only some blue peeking through and several birds can be seen flying in the distance.

Frank's Tannery by Ralph Ledesma. Watercolor on paper mounted beneath an off-white colored matt with a lavender-colored inner border under glass inside a gold-colored wooden frame. Image depicts a long rectangular red-colored building on the right with a green-colored shallow roof on which is written, "FRANK'S TANNERY." There is a water tank to the left of the building and a second red building behind the tank. There are additional buildings to the left. A creek runs in front of all the buildings and there is vegetation in the foreground in the left corner. The sky is dark and cloudy with only some blue peeking through and several birds can be seen flying in the distance.

Image of 2015.001.00712.31 - Aerial View of Frank's Tannery and Port of Redwood City, August 1958

2015.001.00712.31 - Aerial View of Frank's Tannery and Port of Redwood City, August 1958

Aerial View of Frank's Tannery and Port of Redwood City, August 1958. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of the Port of Redwood City with Frank's Tannery in the center of the image. The tannery consists of a cluster of buildings, mostly long single-story structures. There is one larger structure in the center with a water tower, smokestack, and another tower. The Bayshore Freeway (Highway 101) is visible to the left of the Tannery. To the left of the Freeway is developed marshland and to right is undeveloped marshland. There is a slough running just above the Tannery. There appears to be another major road in construction to the right of the Tannery. Part of a series showing al

Image of 2015.001.00712.22 - Aerial View of Frank's Tannery and Port of Redwood City, August 1958

2015.001.00712.22 - Aerial View of Frank's Tannery and Port of Redwood City, August 1958

Aerial View of Frank's Tannery and Port of Redwood City, August 1958. Black and white negative shows an aerial view of the Port of Redwood City. Veteran's Boulevard is in the lower center right of the image. Bayshore Freeway (Highway 101) runs through the center of the photograph. Frank's Tannery can be seen in the center of the image. Leslie Salt Company is visible in the upper left.The Port of Redwood City is in the upper left background with the Fremont Hills beyond that. Part of a series of 15

Image of 2017.024.002 - Frank's Tannery Employees, c. 1927

2017.024.002 - Frank's Tannery Employees, c. 1927

Frank's Tannery Employees, c. 1927. Panoramic group sepia photograph of employees of Frank's Tannery. All appear to be men, most of whom are wearing hats. The front row is sitting on stadium bench-style seating with the second row standing on the ground behind them with the 3rd and 4th row and 5th and 6th row alternating sitting and standing on the benches in back. They are standing in front of and close to a factory building. The building has horizontal wooden slats and a tiled covered porch on left side with framed windows beneath the cover and on the left side of the window. A bicycle is propped against the corner of the building on left side.