The collection consists of 424 black-and-white photographs that document the activities of the Southern California Division
of the California Centennials Commission during the
years 1948 to 1950. The photographs document regional events, including ceremonies, celebrations, parades, and historical
reenactments, developed by the Division to commemorate the centennials of the
discovery of gold and the Gold Rush in the 1848; the 1849 Constitutional Convention; and the admission of California to the
Union in 1850.
424 photographs in 2 boxes (1.42 linear feet)
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