Angel Island State Park

A Bicycle Tour of the "Jewel of San Francisco Bay"

28 May 2005

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This building, built in 1912, was multifunctional. It was a mess hall able to serve 1,410 soldiers at a sitting. In addition, it was a theater, a gymnasium, a drill hall and a lecture facility Some things never seem to change The mess hall building
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The mess hall building The mess hall building
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The mess hall building On the right is the Post Exchange, built in 1910, on the left, and barely visible in this photo is the mess hall. In the center is the concrete tilt-up enlisted men's barracks. The Post Exchange. Built in 1910
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The Post Exchange The barracks at Fort McDowell. Built in 1910 The barracks
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The barracks The barracks. I have seen three publications that each have conflicting numbers as to the number of men this facility was able to accommodate. Take your choice: 600 men, 800 men or 1,000 men.
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The guard house was built in 1911 and it was able to accommodate 60 prisoners and 24 guards Cells in the guard house
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Interior of a cell Latrine in the guard house. You want privacy? Sorry, but the military is not the place for privacy The United States enters World War II
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The site of a bowling alley Officer's Row. A series of homes on a hillside overlooking the other buildings at Fort McDowell Officer's housing
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Officer's housing The Angel Island Immigration Station was in operation between 1910 and 1940. During WWII it was used to house German and Japanese prisoners of war
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Military barracks were also built at the immigration site during WWII
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A view of the Richmond San Rafael Bridge from the Immigration Station site This building was a hospital at the immigration station. During WWII it was converted to military barracks
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Vandals destroyed the commodes at the old hospital The main immigration administration building occupied this site. On 12 August 1940, the building burned down The immigration station's main heating plant.
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The Angel Island ferry arriving from Tiburon Farewell to Angel Island
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