Burned - Fred. Allen's House - 53 Born - Japanese Girl Baby - next door - 63 Born - First Daughter, Fourth Child to Lottie Anderson - 68 Burned - the Home of Mr. Schmitz - 69 Born - First Daughter, Second Child to Mr. & Mrs. Thommen - 82 Burned - Agricultural Pavilion at State Fair, Sacramento - 91 Born - First Child to Mrs. Ida B. Bedford (Beacon) - 94 Break of Diplomatic Relations with Germany - 113 Birthday Party for the Japanese Baby - 113 Born - A Daughter to Janet and Frank Doupnik - 115 Born - a Son to Nellie and Ed - Berquest - 119 Born - a Daughter to Aleck and Edna Locke Trent - 133 Born - a Daughter to Mildred and Cedric Wright - 137 Born - to Hester and William Bembower - a Daughter - 149 Baptized - Alberta Wright - Babe of Cedric and Mildred - 150 Born - Third Child and Second Daughter to Frank Locke - 158
Original dimensions: 23 x 36 cm.
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