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Santa Barbara Waterfront
Santa Barbara Waterfron...
ca. 1890
Panoramic of the Santa ...
unknown
 
Title Santa Barbara Waterfront
Date ca. 1890
Description Panoramic of the Santa Barbara waterfront, showing Stearns Wharf with railroad spur being built and East Beach, circa 1890. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 322
Santa Barbara Waterfront
Santa Barbara Waterfron...
ca. 1890
Panoramic of the waterf...
unknown
 
Title Santa Barbara Waterfront
Date ca. 1890
Description Panoramic of the waterfront looking east, Stearns Wharf with railroad spur in the distance, circa 1892. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 377
First Train in Santa Barbara
First Train in Santa Ba...
1887
Arrival of the first tr...
Brock-Higgins
 
Title First Train in Santa Barbara
Date 1887
Description Arrival of the first train in Santa Barbara on August 19, 1887. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 430
Panoramic of Santa Barbara Coastline
Panoramic of Santa Barb...
ca. 1892
Santa Barbara waterfron...
Reed, N.H.
 
Title Panoramic of Santa Barbara Coastline
Date ca. 1892
Description Santa Barbara waterfront looking east, taken from the Mesa, Stearns Wharf with railroad spur in the distance, circa 1892. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 523
Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara County
unknown
Railroad tracks, sand d...
unknown
 
Title Santa Barbara County
Date unknown
Description Railroad tracks, sand dunes in distance, possible north Santa Barbara County. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 648
Hope Ranch
Hope Ranch
ca. 1909
Train near Hope Ranch, ...
Unknown
 
Title Hope Ranch
Date ca. 1909
Description Train near Hope Ranch, intersection of Modoc & Hollister Ave near the tree at right, circa 1909. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 900
Pumpkins in Goleta
Pumpkins in Goleta
1890s
Pumpkins on the Kellogg...
Reed, N.H.
 
Title Pumpkins in Goleta
Date 1890s
Description Pumpkins on the Kellogg Ranch, Santa Barbara County, circa 1890s. This is the first railroad depot and the only known photograph of Southern Pacific's No.7 combination depot in Goleta before it was moved in 1901. J.F. More's Ranch (now called More Mesa) and the ocean are in the background. Edson Smith Photo Collection no. 651
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