3955 Magee Avenue
Whoever made this cared more about the occasion than his identity.
1108 Wellington Street
The 1970s are a real black hole in Oakland sidewalk stamps. I blame Richard Nixon. This is the first legitimate stamp I’ve found from 1971 (but do check out the other two I’ve found). Fortunately, this block has several of these, so it won’t soon go extinct.
Alicia Street is too small to have any properties with street numbers. This appears to say something like “Brown Hot Wheel” and is dated 7/16/71.
1281 30th Street
Hard to read this, but with a little Google help I see that it says “Cal Sideweld Bag Co / D. Myers Owner.” The 1969 Oakland City Directory lists the California Sideweld Bag Company at 1275 30th Street, with Dana Meyers as the proprietor. Sideweld bags are a widely used construction for inexpensive plastic bags.
This address is the former home of Acme Warehouse, which seems to be defunct and more’s the pity.
160 Moss Way
I can picture “Harmony House” in detail, because that’s the kind of hippie house I’ve lived in more than once, complete with Captain Crash, Speed and various other characters. I rarely include amateur sidewalk marks, but this is rare and here it is.