The U.S.S. Macon docked into its new hanger at the Naval Air Station Moffett Field in Sunnyvale, California after a 70-hour transcontinental flight from New Jersey. The dirigible was the largest thing in the air in 1933.
Two time Mayor of Oakland John Davie gathered in front of the Jack London Oak at City Hall Plaza with London’s sister Eliza London Shepard,. left, and wife Charmian London, November 1933. Twin redwood trees were planted beside a stone from London’s grave at the plaza as well.
May 29, 1937 - One of the original red navigational beacons atop each tower of the Golden Gate Bridge is shown here. Part of the military fleet docked in the San Francisco Bay can be seen below. (Oakland Tribune Photo)
Above, Former U.S. President Herbert Hoover (center) and Governor James Rolph Jr. break ground at ceremonies for the San Francisco Bay Bridge. They are flanked by Miss Alameda, Miss Prosperity and Miss Bay Bridge. (Oakland Tribune Photo)