James B. Barber. Incumbent. Regular Republican Nominee for County Tax Collector. Election Nov. 6, 1906.
[Oakland]: 1906. 2-1/2" x 4-5/8". White card, printed recto only in black ink, with half-tone illustration of Barber. Lightly worn with faint spotting, light toning to one corner.
Card promoting Barber for tax collector of Alameda County in the first election following the April 18 earthquake, which caused a number of San Franciscans to move to the East Bay. Initial research yields no results as to whether or not Barber won, but the Republican ticket dominated in the county that year.