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View from Wharf #2
Fishing boat filling up at fueling station end of Wharf I.
Entrance to Fisherman's Wharf early 1920's, Booth Cannery to the left
Fisherman's Wharf early 1920's
Wharf I dry dock next to now Abalonetti's patio area.
Early view of Fisherman's Wharf at Booth Cannery 1910
Off Fisherman's Wharf 1932
Early picture of Booth pier in foreground and Wharf I in brackground.
Booth Cannery in1910 he expanded the cannery after it burned down he sold sardines under the Crescent Brand name, he improved his canning methods and expanded his operations (courtesy of Monterey Public Library’s California Historic Room.)
Fishing boat off loading at Booth Pier using conveyor belt.
Rear of Booth Pier pier extension has been removed.
Steam ship freighters docking at Wharf II three years after construction in 1928 cargo booms hanging over the wharf to load and unload cargo (courtesy of Monterey Public Library’s California Historic Room.)
Steam ship freighter loading at Wharf I in 1913 later to be known as Fisherman’s Wharf which now is a major tourist attraction in Monterey home to some of the finest restaurants (photographer F.C. Swain courtesy of Monterey Public Library’s California Historic Room.)
Wharf I September 11, 1919
Wharf I roadway construction underway September 11, 1919
Municipal Wharf #1 September 11, 1919 Pacific Mutual Fish Company was located at #50, which now is the home of Domenico’s on the wharf whose address in #50 Wharf I (courtesy of Monterey Public Library California Room.)
April 25, 1926 the bulkhead of Wharf II has been poured and construction the new wharf is under way. The new wharf would become the home of the Pacific Coast Steam Ship Company freight and ticket office (photographer A.C. Heidrick courtesy of Monterey Public Library’s California Historic Room.)
Anastasia's fish market 1950 now the home of Old Fisherman’s Grotto Wharf I (courtesy of Angela Anastasia McCurry, Shades of Monterey, Monterey Public Library’s California Historic Room.)
Pacific Fish Company in 1909 originally the Monterey Fishing and Canning Company the first fish canning company on what was later to be called Cannery Row. It was started by Otosuburo Noda and Harry Malpas. Pacific Fish in 1908 became the first major cannery and California Packing Corporation bought it 1926 (Monterey Public Library’s California Historic Room.)