California Landmark 607 Adams and Company Building 1014 2nd Street Sacramento Built 1853 Adams and Co. Building. Occupied during 1853-1855 by Adams and Co.s express and banking house. The Alta Telegraph Co., California State Telegraph Co., Pacific Express Co., California Stage Co., Sacramento City Bank, and Wells Fargo & Co. also had offices here in the 1850s.
As You Like It. I haven't read it yet, but I saw the play at Shakespeare in the Park and thought it was hysterical. But good friends and David Furr's voice and acting definitely made it that much more memorable.
California Landmark 596 Booth Home Site 1015-17 Front Street SacramentoSite of Newton Booth Home This is the site of the store and home of Newton Booth, Governor of California 1871-1873 and U.S. Senator 1873-1879.
California Landmark 604 Brannan House Site 112 J Street Sacramento Site of Sam Brannan House This building, erected by Henry E. Robinson in 1853 on land owned by Sam Brannan, was used as the first meeting place of the Pioneer Association and other organizations of early days.
California Landmark 605 Sacramento Union Site 121 J Street Sacramento Sacramento Union Site Erected in 1851, this structure was occupied by the Sacramento Union in 1852. The newspaper began its career March 19, 1851 at 21 J Street, Sacramento.