"University of California Residence Halls, Berkeley, California. Four eight-floor dormitories; Cheney Hall and Freeborn Hall for women and Deutsch Hall and Putnam Hall for men, surround the central dining hall. This unique departure in architectural design has attracted widespread acclaim since its opening in 1959." Card No. C11039.

"Sather Gate, University of California. Donated by Jane Sather, this is the busiest entrance to the University campus. Seen in the background are Wheeler Hall and the Campanile tower." Card No. C730.

"Berkeley, Calif. Viewed from the Berkeley Hills, one sees the Campus of the University of California i foreground; the Bay Bridge and City of San Francisco is in the distance." Card No. C11649.

"Berkeley Municipal Rose Gardens, Calif. Easily accessible in the 1200 block of Euclid Ave. Originally it was a deep brush filled canyon. In 1937 construction of semi-circular rock wals and terraces capped with a redwood pergota transformed this canyon to a beauty garden. A variety of 4,000 roses are in almost constant bloom Prominent rose growers send new varieties for test growing. Look west is unobstructed view of Golden Gate." Post Card No. C11997.

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