Yolo County Archives

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At the Yolo County Archives we take pride in the work we do to help preserve the documents from our county that date back all the way to 1850!

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Students and teachers posing for a photograph on the front porch of a wooden schoolhouse. Two of the approximately fifty students picture are Etta Snowball and possibly Lucille Jack.

Photograph of the Cranston Brothers Implement Department located in Woodland. Twenty seven people in two rows are pictured in front of the building.

Front facing photograph of a country home. The large two story home is Colonial style with the roof over the front porch supported by four pillars. The automobile on the left is under the arbor with an additional car at the back left of the…

This home was originally built in 1885 for family of Amos W. Gable and his brother Harvey C. Gable. Victorian vernacular form of Stick style. It is located at 659 First Street in Woodland. The home was restored in the 1970s by Bob McWhirk.

Four men posed in front of the Richfield Service Station. Two of the men are uniformed police officers with motorcycles with the other are dressed in civilian clothes. Ben Sharp's Richfield Station was located at Sixth and Main Streets in…

Photograph taken from the street of a fuel and tire service station. A car and truck are parked in front the business with another car being fueled. The sign at the front says: "U.S. Royal Cord Tires, Ben Sharp".

Color photograph of the main entrance to Bistro 33 restaurant located in Davis. The building originally was the Davis City Hall and Fire Department built in 1938. It was extensively remodeled in the 1990s. Constructed of white stucco, with a red…

Scanned photograph from book St. James Catholic Church 1976, p.2. The picture features a small wooden church with a tall steeple. The church was built in 1875.

Color photograph of the Davis Train Depot taken from train tracks on the east side. The picture shows a stucco building incorporating a large number of small arches. There is also a row of bicycles parked next to train tracks.

Color photograph of entrance to the Holy Rosary Catholic Church taken from the west side of California Street in Woodland. The picture shows the tall white modern Romanesque-style church with round window over the entrance.
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