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Inventory of San Francisco earthquake and fire [graphic]: rotogravure supplements to the San Francisco Examiner, May 27-Aug. 5, 1906
BANC PIC 1973.021--E  
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1973.21.1-E Birdseye View of San Francisco From Twin Peaks./Burned District Described by White Line. May 27, 1906. c. Geo. R. Lawrence & Co., Chicago

 

1973.21.2-E Birdseye View of San Francisco From Top of Wrecked City Hall Dome. June 10, 1906. c. W. R. Hearst (many buildings identified in ink)

 

1973.21.3-E In the Heart of the Ruins--Panorama Taken from the Roof of the St. Francis Hotel. June 24, 1906

 

1973.21.4-E Ruins of Chinatown. Telephoto Taken From Telegraph Hill by Theodore Kytka. c. 1906 by Theodore Kytka. July 1, 1906

 

1973.21.5-E No. 1 - The Stretch of Ruin From Nob Hill to Russian Hill./Taken From the Top of the Fairmont Hotel. Telephoto by Theodore Kytka. July 8, 1906

 

1973.21.6-E No. 2 - Panorama of the Ruins in the Valley That Sweeps From Russian Hill to Telegraph Hill/Showing Alcatraz Island in the Distance. July 15, 1906

 

1973.21.7-E No. 3 - Panorama of the Ruins From Telegraph Hill to the Base of Rincon Hill/Showing All That Remains of the Heart of the Wholesale and Manufacturing Districts. July 22, 1906

 

1973.21.8-E No. 4 - Panorama of the Fashionable Shopping and Retail Districts as the Camera Sees Them/From the Top of the Fairmont Hotel. The Foreground of the Picture Includes the Territory North of Market Street to Bush Street From Montgomery to Mason Streets. July 29, 1906

 

1973.21.9-E No. 5 - Panorama of the Western Addition and the Mission/Showing the Ruins of the City Hall and St. Ignatius College, With Twin Peaks and Strawberry Hill in the Distance. Aug. 5, 1906