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Interesting 1878 lithograph showing the businesses and small train station of C.J. Stevens in the Livermore Valley in the East Bay area of California.

The Magnolia Saloon, offices, and a warehouse are shown with horse-drawn wagons bringing goods to the train.

Evidently, the mill burned in 1881. The street on the far left is 1st Street.  In the foreground is Livermore Ave.

For more context, see this website.

Condition Description
Hand-colored lithograph on 19th-century wove paper. Horitzontal fold stabilized with clear tape in the margins, as illustrated.