Photograph of a view of town buildings and a white oak tree in Volcano, as seen from the Plaza, ca.1930. A simple wooden building with iron doors, formerly Wells Fargo Bank, sits at the left centerground of the image. Several boards are missing from its roofline, and its exterior finish is worn or dirty. To the right of this building sits a smaller building that bears a sign reading "Old Ab[e] Historic [?]. Civil [?]. Volcano [?]". A flagpole sits in front of these buildings, while behind them sits a two-story building which at one time was the Odd Fellows Hall. The two-story building's finish is damaged as well; bricks are visible amidst the stucco in several patches. A white oak tree, where gold was first discovered in the area, sits at the left edge of the image. The edge of the jail building is just barely visible at the extreme edge of the image, behind the oak tree. Trees are visible in the background.; The walls of the jail, though they appear as wood, are reinforced with boilerplate steel between their wooden layers. The smaller building on the right may house a cannon. The buildings and oak tree date to the 1850's.