Aerial Views and Agriculture
Aerial Views and Agriculture
Entertainment, May Day, May Fa
Entertainment, May Day, May Fa
Churches, Fire, Library, Polic
Churches, Fire, Library, Polic
People Photos and Files
People Photos and Files
Businesses, Residences, School
Businesses, Residences, School
DIXON PUBLIC LIBRARY ARCHIVES HISTORICAL COLLECTION

Image Historical Collection
The Dixon Public Library's goal is to collect and preserve our historical heritage through acquisitions and donations of photos and family documents in the belief that an understanding of history can provide individuals and the community with connections to the past, a sense of belonging to the present, and responsibility for the future.

The HISTORIC PHOTOS and some of the PEOPLE FILES in the Dixon Public Library Archives Collection are stored in the library archives and may be viewed on this website or at the Library. More PEOPLE FILES are being added monthly and should be completed in the fall of 2010.

To view the photos and files on this website, you may click on the photo in the photo gallery :
Gallery 1. Agriculture (21) and Aerial Photos (21)
Gallery 2. Entertainment, (18) May Day/May Fair (21) Parades (161) Recreation(40), Organizations(10) Photos
Gallery 3. Fire Dept.(5), Police Dept.(2), Post Office (14), Library, (8) Government (2), Churches (20), Railroad (20), School (71) Photos
Gallery 4. People Photos, People Files
Gallery 5. Businesses, Buildings, Residences, Street Photos

SEARCH TIPS:
Each gallery is individually searchable by a KEYWORD or can be browsed from the first photograph onward. Access the TABLE OF CONTENTS link to sort records by title, place, or date.
or
You may also search by the actual name of the PERSON or BUSINESS that you are researching:
Thomas Dickson, First National Bank, Pardi Market, etc.
Proceed to the SEARCH link below.


The 2006 Melville Historical Building Photo Survey was compiled by Hayward S. Melville, member of the Dixon Historical Society. You may locate these homes, businesses, schools and churches by doing a KEYWORD search using the name of the street or numerical address or both. All street names must be spelled out, no abbreviations. If you know the name of the original owner of a home, please let us now so we can add the name to the description.


We welcome additional photos and documents to add to our collections. If you have original documents, photos or copies of historical material that you would like to donate or loan to have scanned into the Library collection, please contact Library Archivist Shirley Parsons at 707-678-5447 or parsonss@dixonlibrary.com


There is more material in the Library's Historical Collection to assist your research that may be viewed at the Library.


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COPYRIGHT INFORMATION: If you want to download this photo, please give credit to the Dixon Public Library 230 North First Street, Dixon, California, 95620. For comments or corrections, email Shirley Parsons at parsonss@dixonlibrary.com. Remember to include the specific picture number (i.e. 2005.1.7).  parsonss@dixonlibrary.com
Last modified on: December 10, 2010