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Jesse Brown Cook Scrapbooks Documenting San Francisco History and Law Enforcement, ca. 1895-1936

Processed by Alyson Belcher, Katherine Ruiz, Chris McDonald, and James Ryan.
The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
1997

Jesse Brown Cook Scrapbooks Documenting San Francisco History and Law Enforcement, ca. 1895-1936

BANC PIC 1996.003--fALB

The Bancroft Library



University of California

Berkeley, California

Contact Information:

1997
Finding aid and digital representations of archival materials funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
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    California Heritage Digital Image Access Project staff in The Bancroft Library and The Library's Electronic Text Unit
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    June 1997
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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Jesse Brown Cook Scrapbooks Documenting San Francisco History and Law Enforcement,
Date (inclusive): ca. 1895-1936
Collection Number: BANC PIC 1996.003--fALB
Extent: 39 albums containing ca. 8000 photographic prints and ca. 4000 newspaper clippings and ephemera; 14< x 10< in. 4116 digital objects
Collector: Jesse Brown Cook
Repository: The Bancroft Library. University of California, Berkeley.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Languages Represented: English

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Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish photographs must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Pictorial Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jesse Brown Cook Scrapbooks Documenting San Francisco History and Law Enforcement, ca. 1895-1936, BANC PIC 1996.003--fALB, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Digital Representations Available

Digital representations of selected original pictorial materials are available in the list of materials below. Digital image files were prepared from selected Library originals by the Library Photographic Service. Library originals were copied onto 35mm color transparency film; the film was scanned and transferred to Kodak Photo CD (by Custom Process); and the Photo CD files were color-corrected and saved in JFIF (JPEG) format for use as viewing files.

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Biography

Jesse Brown Cook (1860-1938) was a member of the San Francisco Police Department from the 1890s to the 1930s. He began as a beat cop, and then rose through the ranks to become Sergeant of the Chinatown Squad; he retired as Chief of Police and later returned to the force as Police Commissioner. Before his years of service in the police force he studied taxidermy, worked as a sailor, drayman, and butcher, and toured Europe as a contortionist. His police career began in San Antonio and San Diego before he relocated to San Francisco.
It is unclear what motivated Cook to compile thousands of photographs and clippings into what is a unique portrayal of early twentieth century San Francisco, with its rare police department photographs and documentation of events not available to the general public at the time. Over the course of a decade, Cook had approximately 1300 street scenes professionally photographed, and he meticulously recorded the exact location of each photograph. Whatever the motive for his care and persistence, his passion for San Francisco history is apparent.

Scope and Content

The Jesse Cook scrapbooks consist of thirty-nine volumes containing an estimated 12,000 items, including photographs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera, primarily centering on the history of San Francisco and police activity in the city. The collection is thought to have once numbered fifty scrapbooks.
The photographs described in the container list span a wide range of locations and topics, but most were taken in San Francisco. They include early twentieth century mug shots of criminals; pictures inside the city prison, morgue, and coroner's office; and many group shots of police officers. Also depicted are historical events such as the building of the Bay Bridge, President Taft breaking ground in Golden Gate Park, the Democratic National Convention with a photograph of Franklin Roosevelt, and the openings of the cable car lines, the transcontinental phone line, and the Panama Canal. Numerous street scenes in San Francisco are included, as well as shots of Chinese immigrants and Chinatown, the architecture and neighborhoods of San Francisco, police work and crime in San Francisco, city events, and views from the 1906 earthquake and fire.
Jesse Brown Cook compiled these scrapbooks with the help of official police photographer George Blum. Most captions were handwritten by Cook, and some were typed. The thirty-nine volumes were originally comprised of thirty-four ledger books and loose photographs and clippings. Due to their very poor physical condition, four of the original ledger books (volumes 2, 5, 6 and 29) have been disbound, fully preserved by the Conservation Department of The Library, and newly bound into nine volumes. These volumes are marked 2:1, 2:2, etc. to preserve the original numbering of the ledger books. The loose items have been foldered and boxed and labelled as volume 35. The pages in each volume are numbered, and the photographs are numbered with the page number followed by suffixes of "a," "b," etc. when multiple photographs appear on a single page.
As part of the scrapbooks' preservation, digital facsimiles have been produced of many of the photographs. These are the photographs listed in the finding aid. Users may browse the finding aid and digital facsimiles in order to limit physical browsing of the original scrapbooks. The photographs were selected according to the following guidelines: no copy prints; only photographs in relatively good condition were selected; and no photographs with violent content were selected (coroner's and police photographs of corpses). Where duplicate photographs were found, only one was selected. A total of 4,348 photographs have digital facsimiles. Photographs from volumes 2, 5, 6 and 29 do not have digital facsimiles, but are listed in the finding aid. These volumes are available for use in the library.
The ephemera includes materials such as postage stamps and Chinese lottery tickets, while the newspaper clippings focus on police activity and San Francisco history. Neither the ephemera nor the newspaper clippings are described in detail in the finding aid.

Series Description

 

Volume 1, compiled 1910-12

Physical Description: 11 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of Jesse B. Cook, Chief of Police, and his family; other police personnel, including the Chinatown Squad.
 

Volume 2:1, compiled 1912

Physical Description: 99 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of the Annual Review and Parade, Annual Inspection, and Annual Ball of the San Francisco Police Department; various police personnel; the funeral of Police Chief William Biggy; Chinatown; the City Prison; Portola Parade in San Francisco.
 

Volume 2:2, compiled 1912

Physical Description: 130 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of the Annual Ball of the San Francisco Police Department; various police personnel; the Police Department's baseball and tug-of-war teams; Golden Gate Park and other San Francisco street scenes; funerals of Police Chief William Biggy and other policemen.
 

Volume 3, compiled 1914-15

Physical Description: 277 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of Mayor Rolph and other civic leaders at the ground breaking of the City Hall and speaking from a podium in 1914; views of the parade on German Day during the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915; views of various buildings and sculptures; views of the Liberty Bell Parade, July 17, 1915; the Water Carnival on San Francisco Bay, August 16, 1912; photographs of speeches given at the opening of the Panama Canal; Union Square, San Francisco, 1914; views of the Portola Parade, October 1913; various street scenes in San Francisco.
 

Volume 4, compiled 1917

Physical Description: 183 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of the destruction left in the wake of the great fire and earthquake of April, 1906; photographs of Mayor Rolph at the opening of the Municipal Railroad in 1915; refugee camps at Lobos Square and Golden Gate Park; views of the ruins of civic and commercial landscapes and prominent thoroughfares of San Francisco; mug shots of San Francisco criminals; Jesse B. Cook with officials of the Savings Union Bank and Trust Co.; views of Mount Hood, Oregon; Donner Lake; Mayor Rolph driving the last horse car on Market Street.
 

Volume 5:1, compiled 1918

Physical Description: 77 photographs listed

Scope and Content Note

Views of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition; Adolph Sutro; Cliff House; various street scenes in San Francisco; police personnel; Chinatown; the following San Francisco buildings: Hall of Justice, St. Francis Hotel, and the U.S. Mint.
 

Volume 5:2, compiled 1918

Physical Description: 85 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of various San Francisco street scenes and buildings, including Mission Dolores, St. Ignatius Church, Hall of Justice, St. Francis Church, the Post Office, Masonic Temple, the Old Maguire Opera House, and Fort Point; police personnel; Golden Gate Park; Chinatown; the Mid-winter Exposition in Golden Gate Park; Oakland's Presbyterian Church after the earthquake of 1868.
 

Volume 6:1, compiled 1918

Physical Description: 96 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of various San Francisco street scenes and buildings, including the Ferry Building, the Baldwin Hotel, St. Mary's Church, City Prison, and the Hall of Justice; police personnel; Twin Peaks; Union Square; Chinatown and the Siberian Chinese Club.
 

Volume 6:2, compiled 1918

Physical Description: 73 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of police personnel; the Annual Concert and Ball of the Police Department; demonstrations by policemen of how to take a gun from a criminal and how to get someone out of a gas-filled room; Cliff House and Ocean Beach; the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park; the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915; various San Francisco street scenes.
 

Volume 7, compiled 1919

Physical Description: 233 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Mayor Rolph dedicating the new cable car lines in San Francisco, driving the last horse car of San Francisco, laying the corner stones of the New San Francisco Library and the City Hall, and being inaugurated; the Panama-Pacific International Exposition; the Islam Shrine of Sacramento; San Quentin Prison, including Vaudeville shows at the San Quentin Theater; snapshots of the aftermath of the Preparedness Day Parade Day bombing on 7/22/16.
 

Volume 8, compiled 1919

Physical Description: 133 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco, photographs of Jesse B. Cook and other San Francisco police personnel; the Baldwin Hotel; the Palace Hotel before and after the fire; the Temple Emanu-El both before and after the earthquake and fire of 1906; City Hall after the fire; many churches and synagogues; the opening of the phone line between San Francisco and New York in 1915; China Town and Chinese opium smokers; the Mayor's Office in City Hall; a panorama of San Francisco 3 years after the 1906 fire from the California St. Hill.
 

Volume 9, compiled 1920

Physical Description: 215 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Panama-Pacific International Exposition; old California Missions in numerous locations; Fleet Week in 1919; Police Commissioners, Chiefs of Police, and other police personnel; street scenes of San Francisco; the N.S.G.W. [Native Sons of the Golden West] Parade of 9/9/20; the Police Dept., Fire Dept., and school children in the Fire Prevention Parade of 10/8/20; the National Democratic Convention in San Francisco on 6/28/20.
 

Volume 10, compiled 1921

Physical Description: 123 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; numerous actors, actresses, and performers from the Grand Opera, Old California Theater, Old Baldwin Theater, and the Bush St. Theater, including Lotta Crabtree; the fire at the Otis Elevator Co. on 1/11/21; the funeral of Police Chief D.A. White in 1920; San Francisco Police Dept. personnel; victims of attacks by the Spud Murphy Gang; the Red Cross Hospital.
 

Volume 11, compiled 1921

Physical Description: 174 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; bullfights in Tijuana; the Hall of Justice in San Francisco; war hero Phil Katz; California Missions; criminal Matt Kennedy; various police personnel including the China Town Squad; the Temple Bar; the Fire High Pressure System; President Roosevelt's visit to San Francisco in 1903; King Albert and the Queen of Belgium in San Francisco; the laying of the corner stone at the Labor Temple; the San Francisco City Morgue.
 

Volume 12, compiled 1922

Physical Description: 178 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; construction of Ocean Beach Esplanade; Woodward's Gardens; Fire Engine companies; San Francisco civic functions; aerial views of San Francisco; miscellaneous San Francisco scenes, landmarks, individuals, events, etc.
 

Volume 13, compiled 1922.

Physical Description: 95 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; activities at the Community Service Circus; police and fire personnel; St. Francis Hospital; Santa Clara College; the opening of Lowe's Warfield Theater; various police stations; the Shrine Parade on 6/13/22; a picture of Virginia Rappe, for whose murder comedian Fatty Arbuckle was arrested.
 

Volume 14, compiled 1922

Physical Description: 134 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; the Convention of Police Chiefs of the U.S. and Canada in San Francisco in June 1922; the Police Switch Board at the Hall of Justice; scenes of La Jolla in San Diego; police personnel; Fire Engineer Frank Crockett and a Fire Engine House; fire personnel testing water towers; the Waterhouse and Lester fire of 1896 and other fires; the Midwinter Fair in Golden Gate Park.
 

Volume 15, compiled 1922

Physical Description: 79 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; San Francisco Police in the Native Sons Parade in San Jose on 9/9/22; San Francisco Mason George L. Darling; the Industrial Exhibition of Sept. 1922; various groups of San Francisco police personnel, including some shots with Mayor Rolph; the Annual Review of the San Francisco Police Department.
 

Volume 15, compiled 1922.

Physical Description: 79 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; San Francisco Police in the Native Sons Parade in San Jose on 9/9/22; San Francisco Mason George L. Darling; the Industrial Exhibition of Sept. 1922; various groups of San Francisco police personnel, including some shots with Mayor Rolph; the Annual Review of the San Francisco Police Department.
 

Volume 16, compiled 1923

Physical Description: 105 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of the San Francisco Fire Department; various significant individuals in San Francisco's civic and political life; street scenes in San Francisco; old San Francisco landmarks and buildings; the shooting of James of William and the origins of the Vigilance Committee; views of the fire of 1851 and various engineers and supervisors; views of the Anniversary of the entry of the U. S. Fleet into Manila Bay under Dewey; Concert and Ball of the Widows' and Orphans' Aid Association; scenes of San Francisco in the mid 1800's.
 

Volume 17, compiled 1923

Physical Description: 119 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco police personnel, including shots with Mayor Rolph; street scenes of San Francisco; San Quentin Prison's Ball Grounds and team; President W.G. Harding's funeral; buildings of Tuolumne County; the Annual Parade and Review of the San Francisco Police Department; Mayor Rolph and his family.
 

Volume 18, compiled 1923-24

Physical Description: 60 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; the China Town Squad and other San Francisco Police Department personnel; the San Francisco Fire Department and their trucks; Boys' Week at San Francisco in 1924; San Francisco Hospital.
 

Volume 19, compiled 1924

Physical Description: 174 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; the Hetch Hetchy Project of 1924; San Francisco police and fire personnel; the San Francisco Police Department Basketball Team; various San Francisco police stations; the Old Road House on Fulton St.; police photographer George Blum; mug shots of criminals; the home of D. Ghirardelli.
 

Volume 20, compiled 1924-25

Physical Description: 213 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; Butcher Town; the China Town Squad and other police personnel; Fire Department personnel; mug shots of criminals; the opening of the Embarcadero subway; the following buildings and locations of San Francisco: the New Hippodrome Dance Hall, the Bella Union Dance Hall, Thalia Dance Hall, St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, Old Magdalen Asylum, Old State Normal School, St. Ignatius College, County Jail, the Bernal Home, St. Mary's Hospital, Cliff House, the Sutro Baths, the old Bancroft Library, and branch offices of the Mercantile Trust Company of California.
 

Volume 21, compiled 1927

Physical Description: 189 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; police mug shots of San Francisco criminals; San Francisco police officers; ships.
 

Volume 22, compiled 1926

Physical Description: 190 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes of San Francisco; a car wreck at Sansome St. on 5/7/26; police personnel, including the First Aid Squad and the Battalion Chief Charles Molloy; mug shots of criminals; the St. James Hotel; the old and new locations of the Anglo & London Paris National Bank; the site of the drowning of Col. Alexander S. Williams on 9/30/26; Mayor Rolph at the ground-breaking of the new American Legion Building on 11/11/26; the staff of the Mercantile Trust Company of California.
 

Volume 23, compiled 1926-27

Physical Description: 69 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; police personnel, including the China Town Squad; mug shots of criminals; the old Jewish Cemetery on 4/18/06 (the day of the great earthquake and fire); the Cuneo Apartments of San Francisco; the Old Chronicle Building; the St. Francis Engine Company; and the San Francisco public schools' Thanksgiving concert of 1926.
 

Volume 24, compiled 1927

Physical Description: 144 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; police and fire personnel; the following San Francisco buildings and locations: the Old Baldwin Hotel, Dr. Toland Medical College, Old Telegraph Hill Rail Road, Old Observatory, Selby's Lead Works, Old Meigg's Wharf, St. Mary Church, Union Square, Old Star King Church, Old National Guard Armory, Old Mechanics' Pavilion, Old Toll Gate, Old U.S. Post Office, Old Merchant Exchange, Pioneer Building, Old Oakland Ferry Building, Old California and Metropolitan Theaters, Old Southern Pacific Rail Road Depot, a Masonic Temple, Old Fort Gunny Bag, Old Russian Church, the Palace Hotel, St. Ann's Building, and the Claus Spreckels Home.
 

Volume 25, compiled 1927-28

Physical Description: 194 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Various street scenes in San Francisco taken on April 18, 1906; views in Lobos Park after the fire; views in San Francisco, taken during August-December, 1927; photographs of female impersonators; the Annual Inspection and Parade of the San Francisco Police Department, November 5, 1927; street scenes taken in January and February, 1928; San Francisco landmarks taken about 1870; views of the last car to parade over Montgomery Street, October 5, 1927.
 

Volume 26, compiled 1928

Physical Description: 153 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of old stage lines; street scenes of San Francisco; old horse trucks and ice cream, fruit, garbage and street cleaning horse wagons; the Old Swiss Hotel; Butcher Town; the China Town Squad and other police personnel; the old home of General M.G. Vallejo in Sonoma and other adobes used by the Vallejo family; Jesse B. Cook's home.
 

Volume 27, compiled 1928

Physical Description: 278 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley; James Lick and the Lick Observatory; the Mark Twain Cabin; mines; Chinese Camp in Calaveras County; Tuolumne County buildings; old homes of famous Californians; churches; the University of California at Berkeley campus; the Pioneer Business Men of Oakland; the Annual Inspection of the San Francisco Police Department.
 

Volume 28, compiled 1928-29

Physical Description: 304 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; San Francisco residences; San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906; individual and group portraits of San Francisco police officers; tombs and gravestones of notable San Francisco individuals --Laurel Hill, Holy Cross, Calvary and Mission Dolores cemeteries; historical monuments to notable California persons and events; Monterey residences and other buildings; views of Gold Rush towns --Downieville, Goodyears Bar, Tuttletown, Sonora, and Forest City; San Francisco police mug shots; Claremont Hotel, Berkeley; Santa Clara buildings.
 

Volume 29:1, compiled 1929-30

Physical Description: 91 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of San Francisco street scenes; Annual Inspection of the San Francisco Police Department; various police personnel; Hall of Justice; Chinatown; St. Luke's Hospital; Golden Gate Park; the San Francisco Coroner's Office.
 

Volume 29:2, compiled 1929-30

Physical Description: 49 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of San Francisco street scenes; police personnel; snapshots of handguns; the Hall of Justice; marijuana plants growing in San Francisco; the Old Bailey Police Court in London.
 

Volume 29:3, compiled 1929-30

Physical Description: 33 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Views of San Francisco street scenes; police personnel; California pioneers General and Mrs. Bidwell; members of the International Workers of the World in San Francisco; Chinatown; Review of the San Francisco Police Department; the ball team of the Police Department.
 

Volume 30, compiled 1930-31

Physical Description: 107 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Mug shots of criminals; photographs of police and fire department personnel, including shots of the departments being addressed by Mayor Rolph before he became Governor; the U.S. Mint; the Old Music Stand in Golden Gate Park; various street scenes in San Francisco; a Police Ball.
 

Volume 31, compiled 1931

Physical Description: 51 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Street scenes in San Francisco; the inauguration of Mayor Rossi; Alcatraz Island; China Town; the New Police Boat; U.S. Customs burning opium and pipes; the New Police Station in Golden Gate Park; a meeting of the Bay County Peace Officers Association; the hanging gallows at the Court House in Downieville. compiled 1931.
 

Volume 32, compiled 1931-32

Physical Description: 52 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

The first office of Wells Fargo Bank; police personnel; street scenes of San Francisco; the Mark Twain cabin at Sonora; the U.S.S. Akron; Hoover Dam; Death Valley; Las Vegas; Mt. Tamalpais; a Police Ball.
 

Volume 33, compiled 1934-35

Physical Description: 45 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; a Police Ball; the China Town Squad and other police personnel; mug shots of criminals; President Franklin D. Roosevelt; Union Square; the Presidio; Cliff House; Grass Valley; Red Bluff.
 

Volume 34, compiled 1935-36

Physical Description: 64 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco street scenes; the home of Peter H. Burnett (first governor of California); Las Vegas; Boulder Dam; the Golden Queen Mine in Mojave, CA; the Kit Carson Monument at Kit Carson Pass; the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose; Amador County; the Bay Bridge; Fire Boats and the San Francisco Fire Department; scenes of Santa Cruz.
 

Volume 35, n.d

Physical Description: 2 photographs listed.

Scope and Content Note

Judges; the Bandit Sontag.

Container Listing

 

Volume 1

 

:ii The Chinatown squad in 1905 under Sergt. Jesse B. Cook.

 

:iii L to R: H. Cook, W.L. Cook, Mrs. Clara A. Cook, Miss Pearl Cook, Miss Jessie M. Cook, Mrs. Clara Cook, and Jesse B. Cook.

 

:xi Jesse B. Cook.

 

Jesse B. Cook and Andrew Goughran.

 

:1a Seated at table L to R: J. Spiro, Jesse B. Cook, Pres. J. Woods, Alex O'Grady, Sect. Chas. Skelly. Chief White standing.

 

:1b Jesse B. Cook--Chief of Police--Col. Cutter, Mr. Leggett and Hugo Keil. Commissioners.

 

:2 Col. Cutter Per. Police Commission and Capt. Jessie B. Cook.

 

:98 [Man standing inside bank vault]

 

:106 My daughter Pearl leaving on this P.M. Steamer San Jose for New York.

 

:185 J.B. Cook--Ball Committee, 1921.

 

Volume 2:1

 

:1a The Annual Review and Parade of San Francisco Police Dept. in 1900 - Jas. D. Phelan Mayor. Left to right: Chief of Police Wm. T. Sullivan, Commissioner Judge Wallace, Mr. Newhall, Dr. McNutt, Mayor James D. Phelan, and Commissioner Mahoney. Jany. 18th, 1900. Home of Judge Walace [Wallace], S. W. cor. Eddy & Van Ness Ave.

 

:1b Annual Review and Inspection of the San Francisco Police Department, Oct. 30th, 1909. Jesse B. Cook, Chief of Police. Van Ness Ave. bet. Turk and Eddy Sts. Front Row, L. to R.: Commissioners Culter, Sanborn, Leggett, Mayor Taylor, Chief of Police Jesse B. Cook.

 

:2 Annual Review and Parade, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] Chief of Police John F. Seymour and P. H. McCarthy. 1911. Front Row, L. to R.: Com. Spiro - Com. Henderson - Mayor P. H. McCarthy - Chief J. Seymour - Com. O'Connell and Com. Sullivan.

 

:3 Annual Review and Inspection of the San Francisco Police Department, Saturday, October 26, 1912.... Front Row [?] - Com. Woods - Mayor Rolph - Chief White - Com. J. B. Cook - Com. O'Grady and Dr. W. Mahoney.

 

:4 Co. B. Southern Police Station in 1895. Sergt. Wm. Percy, Sergt. John Spillane, Sergt. J. B. Cook. L. to R., Top Row: O'Keeffe - Cooney - Moriarty - Feeney - O'Shea.

 

:5 Southern Police Station, Capt. John Short in center, 1889. Top Row, L. to R.: Cody - Davis - Fryon - Moriarty - Wolwebber - O'Shea - Shea - Tuit - 2nd Row: Pike - Whittle - Shear - Curran - Mahoney - McCarthy - Ennis - Geo. O'Connell - Brown - Coulter - Stanton. 3rd Row: Anderson - Ryan - Riordan - Murphy - Capt. Short - Withan - Harrigan - Enright and Jesse B. Cook. This is the cover photo....

 

:6a Southern Police Station in 1889, Co. B. On Folsome [Folsom] St., west side bet. 4th & 5th Sts. Top Row - Left to Right - Pete Whaland - Chas. Janes - McMahon - Geo. Lake - John Wallace - Jack O'Connor - Chas. Stewart - Con. Kelly - 2nd Row - Jas. Hayes - Geo. Stevens - Jas. Aitken - Broderick - Hayden - Bill Ross - Chas. Bush - John Fitzhenry - Sam Roysten - Tom Bean - John T. Green - 3rd Row - Sergt. Tobin - Sergt. Barnstead - Sergt. Coler - H. H. Murphy - Meehan - Jas. Maguire.

 

:6b Co. B. Southern Police Station, 1898. At the desk, left to right, Capt. John Spillane and Lieut. B. McMannis. Back of Capt. John Spillane & A. Gaughra and Tom Judabs [?]. Back of Sergt. McMannis is Sergt. Wolf and Sergt. O'Connor

 

:7a Southern Police Station Co. B. in 1900

 

:7b Southern Police Station Co. B, 1906, after the April 18th fire. Top Row, L. to R.: Hyland - Saguine - Cook - Nolting - Capt. Colby - Sylvester - M cGovern - Lawlor - Rosy - Small - 2nd Row: Cameron - Maloney - Hattinger - Sullivan - McMahon - Deteil - Potter - Sullivan and Mounted, Callaghan.

 

:8a Sergt. P. Shea - Corpl. Nolting and Officer Laureo

 

:8b U. S. Army Transport Steamer Meade in 1899

 

:9a Police Commission H. Keil in 1908

 

:9b Ball team of the Savings Union Bank & Trust Co. L. to R., Top Row: Hoodley - Zehagan - Brickley, 2-Row - Moore - Lauritzen - Amfeld - Miller - McCann - 3-Row - Quaw - Rock - Friman and Henderson.

 

:10a Police Commissioner Spiro, 1911

 

:10b 1914 Ball team of the Savings Union Bank & Trust Co. Top Row, L. to R.: Hoodley - Brickley - Zehagan - Lauritzen - Amfeld - Miller - McCann - Friman - Henderson - Quaw - Moore - Rock.

 

:17b 1900, Ex-Chief of Police Wm. P. Sullivan of San Francisco

 

:18a 1904, Ex-Chief of Police Geo. W. Wittman of San Francisco

 

:18b N. W. cor. Capitol & Lobus Sts. Ocean View, S. F. [San Francisco]. The old home at Ocean View, 1886

 

:19a Ex-Chief of Police J. Dinom, 1906

 

:19b 1888, Wm. N. Cook and Lizzie P. Joy, my father & sister.

 

:20 Ex-Chief of Police Wm. J. Biggy, 1907, San Francisco

 

:23a Ex-Chief of Police Jesse B. Cook of San Francisco, 1909

 

:24a Ex-Chief of Police John B. Martin, San Francisco 1910

 

:25a Ex-Chief of Police John. F. Seymour, San Francisco, 1911

 

:26a Chief of Police D. A. White, San Francisco, 1915

 

:31a Capt. R. Shea, San Francisco, 1913

 

:32a Capt. Wm. Y. Douglass, San Francisco, 1889

 

:32b Capt. A. J. Dunlevy, San Francisco 1895.

 

:33 Left to right: Capts. Dunlevy, Stone, Douglass, Short, Healey and Cullen, San Francisco, 1895. These Captains at diferant [sic] dates just as they stand from Right to Left. Capt. Cullen was the first to pass on and Capt. Dunlevy was the last to go over the line to the great beyond. No better lot of men ever lived and I worked under them all. J. B. Cook.

 

:34a Capt. M. O. Anderson, San Francisco, 1912

 

:35a Capt. M. O. Anderson, San Francisco, 1916

 

:36a Capt. Thos. Duke, San Francisco, 1908. [Inscribed-] "To my friend Capt. J. B. Cook compliments of Thos. Duke. Oct.28.08."

 

:37a Capt. Jas. Kelly, San Francisco, 1913

 

:40 Capt. H. Gleeson, San Francisco 1910

 

:41 Capt. M. H. Conboy, San Francisco, 1910

 

:42a Lieut. T. Tobin, San Francisco 1911

 

:42b L. to R.: Buckley - Wollwebber - Heard - John Tait - Jas. Coffrath - Kruger - Colan - Flynn.

 

:47a Lieut. D. Matheson, San Francisco, 1916.

 

:47b L. to R., Top Row: Colby - Anderson - Mooney - Duke - McMannis. Seated, L. to R.: Gleeson - Kelly - Chief Biggy - Conboy. Chief W. J. Biggy and his Captains, 1907.

 

:48a Det. Sergt. Robert Hogan, San Francisco 1888.

 

:48b Sergt. A. Hotaling, 1895, San Francisco

 

:49a Sergt. Fred Brows, San Francisco, 1913

 

:49b Commissioners & Captains with Sect. Skelly in 1908 at the Funeral of Wm. J. Biggy, Chief. L. to R.: Anderson - Mooney - Kelly - Colby - McMannis - Gleeson - Conboy - Chief W. H. Biggy [?] - Commissioners Culter - Kile - Leggett - Sweigen [?] and Sect. Skelly.

 

:50 Det. Sergt. Ed Gibson, San Francisco, 1897.

 

:51a Police Officer Geo. Douglass, San Francisco, 1906

 

:53a Police Officer Wm. Shaw, S. F. [San Francisco] 1896.

 

:54b Police Officer Max Finner, the only Police Officer killed by the Earth Quake, April 18th, 1906

 

:55a Police Officer Jas. Cottel, San Francisco, 1909

 

:55b Ferry Building, San Francisco, Cal. From Mission St., 1921

 

:56a Sergt. Chas. F. Skelly - Sect. Police Commissioner.

 

:56b Police recovering a dead body from the Bay, 1914, look at the end of rope. Sergt. Jas. Donovan and Officer P. Burns

 

:57 U. S. Army Transport Steamer, 1899.

 

:58 Banquet Savings, Union Bank & Trust Co., at the St. Francis Hotel, 1914. Left side of table from the front to rear. Carl Max - Founter - Atkinson - Moore - Bangasser - Clark - Day - Fernald - Flemming - Whittle - Friman - Blackwood - Rosenquest - Hicks - Welsh - Marcus - J. S. Drum - Greenwood - Burmister - Hillhouse - McIntyre - Waller - Greaney. Right of table, Miller - Grigg - Parson, not K - Brickley - Smith - Arnfeldt - Bruns - Henderson - McCann - J. B. Cook - Hampshier - Bush - Lauritzen - Krick - Hoodley - Rick - Bennett - Quaw - Zehagan - In costume in the rear, Whipple - O'Hanlon - Wilbans [?]

 

:59 Pres. Taft visit to San Francisco, in 1909. Pres. Taft in the back with his hat off.

 

:60a Admiral Rob Evans visit to San Francisco, 1907.

 

:61a China Town Detail, March to July 1889. Left to right, standing, Jesse B. Cook, John T. Green, Geo. Reardon, James Farrell and Sergt. Geo. W. Wittman. Thos. P. Andrews seated, the Kodack [?] man.

 

:61b Mrs. Jas. Rolph Jr. - Jas. Rolph Jr. and Mr. McAter, Ass. Sect. to Mayor Rolph.

 

:62a Police Officer John Floyd. S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1916

 

:62b S. F. [San Francisco] Mounted Police in G. G. [Golden Gate] Park in 1907, Capt. J. Kelly in charge.

 

:63a Police Officer John Nash, S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1917

 

:63b Funeral of Wm. H. Biggy, Chief of Police 1907. S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] with Chief P. J. Shaughnessy in charge. Wm. Wreden [?] on his left. Sect. McCarthy.

 

:64b The Queen of the China Town Parade, in 1915

 

:65 Booking desk in the City Prison at the Hall of Justice, 1916. Foley, Dougherty, & Corpl. Groat. Cadden, Mrs. Wells, Matron

 

:67a Girls Dormitory at City Prison, Hall of Justice - Lieut T. Tobin in charge, 1916. Matron Mrs. Wells, Lieut. Tobin.

 

:67b Dining Room for the female prisoners at the Hall of Justice, 1916. Matron Mrs. Condon.

 

:68a Dormitory at City Prison for Girls. Chief D. A. White standing. Matron Mrs. Condon.

 

:68b A cell in the City Prison Hall of Justice, 1916

 

:69a Officers Dining Room City Prison, 1916

 

:69b Commissary of the City Prison, 1916, Officer Wm. Shaw in charge

 

:70a Kitchen of the City Prison Hall of Justice, 1916

 

:70b San Francisco Police Commissioners. Left to Right, seated, Leggett, Cutler, Keil and Sweigart

 

:71a S. F. P. [San Francisco Police] Commissioners, L. to R.: Chief J. B. Cook - Com. Culter, Leggett & Keil 1908

 

:71b S. F. P. [San Francisco Police] Commissioners, L. to R.: Chief J. B. Martin and Com. Flannery - Henderson - O'Connell and Spiro, 1910

 

:72a Two photos of S. F. [San Francisco] Police Commissioners, 1916. L. to R.: Chief D. A. White, Com. Cook, Roche, Woods, and Shumate.

 

:72b Two photos of S. F. [San Francisco] Police Commissioners, 1916. L. to R.: Chief D. A. White, Com. Cook, Roche, Woods, and Shumate.

 

:73a Bureau of Identification, S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] at Hall of Justice, taking a prisoner's finger prints, 1915. Sergt. Jewel & Off. Farming. Jewell, Farming, & O'Neil.

 

:73b Corresponding Clerks Office, 1915, S. F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., Hall of Justice, Lieut. J. J. O'Meara in charge. L. to R. - Wilson - Powers - Winters - O'Meara and Kopman.

 

:74a The Bureau of Identification Photoes [sic] and Records Dept., Det. Sergt. A. Jewell in charge, 1916, Hall of Justice, S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. Jack Holland, Farming, Healey, Harody, Jewell at the phone.

 

:74b Chief of Police Jesse B. Cook, Officer T. Regan and Det. Sergt. Ed Gibson in the old Bureau of Identification on Eddy St. 1909

 

:76a Potrero Police Station in 1917, S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]

 

:76b Park Police Station, G. G. [Golden Gate] Park, S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1912. Hooper, Tobin, Rainsbury

 

:81 Rooms of the San Francisco Police Commission in session, Hall of Justice. L. to R.: Chief White - Com. Spiro, Pres. Cook, Woods, and O'Grady . Standing on platform, Chas. F. Skelly, Sect. to Board, 1912

 

:82 The presentation of a star to Com. Jas. Woods by the St. Francis Hotel Co. Jany. 1912. L. to R.: Wm. Dohrmann, Scott, Woods and Jesse B. Cook.

 

:83 Police Commission, S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] and a committee of ladies. Feb. 1912. Commissioners, L. to R.: Spiro, Cook, Pres. of Board, Woods, and O'Grady, Chief White, standing, and Sect. Skelly, seated at the end of table.

 

:84a U. S. Officers destroying Opium and Opium Pipes taken in raids in China Town, San Francisco

 

:84b Police Judge M. Brady taking his seat as a Police Judge in the Hall of Justice. Off. Pierson, light suit clothes, Goldman. Off. Brodt.

 

:86 Sergt. Jesse B. Cook and his last China Town Detail, 1904. S. F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. L. to T.: Gibbons - Buerman - Badenhour - Burtin - Kavanaugh - Lyons - Johnston - Smith - Mills - Seguine - Annear - Wright - Molki [?] - O'Dowd - Copeland - Reilly - Curry - Rodeger - Hobby - Hightower - Rudden - McKevitt - Fredericks - Corpl. Ross, Sergt. Cook, Det. Sergt. McMahon.

 

:87 Banquet given to Det. Sergt. T. L. Ryan, S. F. P. D. [San Francisco Police Department] on his return from a trip around the world. 1909. [Front, L. to R.:] Capt. Duke, Capt. Anderson, Judge Cabonas, T. L. Ryan, Chief J. B. Cook....

 

First Portola Parade, San Francisco, 1908.

 

:88

 

:89

 

:90 First Portola Parade, San Francisco, 1908. Chief of Police J. B. Cook, mounted [front horse], Goughran, Capt. Kelly [2nd and 3rd horses].

 

:91a Annual Ball, San Francisco Police Dept. 1912. Front Row, L. to R.: Com . & Mrs. T. J. Roche, Com. & Mrs. J. B. Cook, Com. & Mrs. Kuhl - Mayor & Mrs. Rolph, Capt. & Mrs. M. O. Anderson - Mr. & Mrs. Ward - Chief & Mrs. White - Dr. & Mrs. Shumate. Off. Pidgeon.

 

:91b Mayor Rolph presenting Medal to Officer Krugar for bravery at the Annual Ball of the S.F. P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1913.

 

:92a Two photoes [sic] of the Annual Ball, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. Mayor Rolph - with the smiles: Rainey - White - Roche - Cook - Kuhl

 

:92b Two photoes [sic] of the Annual Ball, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. Mayor Rolph addressing the people, 1915. D. Bunner with the mustash [mustache]

 

:93a Annual Ball of the S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1913. Front Row: Com. & Mrs. Cook, Com. & Mrs. Kuhl, Mayor & Mrs. Rolph, Com. & Mrs. Roche - Lieut. & Mrs. Bunner - Mr. & Mrs. Rainey - Chief & Mrs. White, Off. & Mrs. Guimann [?]

 

:93b Mrs. D. A. White, Officer Merchant, and a lady friend of Mrs. White in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1914

 

:94 Annual Ball, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] 1915. Mayor Rolph addressing the crowd. On the stand, Dr. Shumate - Com. J. B. Cook - Com. Roc he - Chief White, Mrs. Rock & Mayor Rolph. First standing, Leo. Bunner

 

Volume 2:2

 

Annual Ball, S.F.P. Dept., [San Francisco Police] 1915

 

:95

 

:96

 

:97a Detective Bureau, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1913. Top Row, L. to R.: Gallagher - McGrath - Broderick - O'Dea - Minahan - Riehle - Wren - Richards - Dolan - Tobin - O'Connell - Callaghan - Murphy - Cronin - Guiman - not known - McGowan - Burk - Wall - Cashel - Storei - McFee - Mill - Cahy [?] - LePlace - Wright - Goughran - Driscoll - Sergt. Morfit - Mackey - McConnell - Callaghan - Murphy - Capt. Wall - Lieut. Fitzhenry - Armstrong - Dinan and Bailey.

 

:97b Ball Committee W. and O. Aid. Ass. S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1908. L. to R., top row: Sergt. Farrell, Sergt. Corman, Sergt. McGee, Sergt. Hook, Office John Cronin, Property Clerk Jesse B. Cook and Sergt. Christianson. Seated, Officer Plume, Sergt. Cills, Capt. Gleeson, Capt. Moran and Lieut. Wright

 

:98a The same committee as photo on the other page [97b], 1908.

 

:98b John B. Martin taking his seat as Chief of Police, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1910

 

:99 Ball Committee W. & O. Aid Ass., S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] Back Row, L. to R.: S. Bunner - B. Judge - Winsler - Guimann - L. Bunner - Gibbons - Bany - Dobbins - Dinan - Gorman - T. Murphy - Ward - Sylvester - Walsh - Aitken - Fitzhenry - Shaw - Avon - Bethel - Lindhimer - L. Shaw - Skelly - Hook - Campbell - Wright.

 

:100 Ball Committee W. & O. Aid Ass. S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1909. Top Row, L. to R.: Sills, Aitken - Farrell - Hook - Gorman - Taylor - L. Bunner - Dower - Winsler - Regan - Mahoney - Conlon - Egam - Cohen - Campbell - Rocca - Gibson - Fitzhenry - Green - Mullender - Gleeson - Anderson - Conboy - Wall - Wright - Atchison - Freahr [?]

 

:101 Top Row, L. to R.: Lieut. H. Wright, Lieut. Wm. Mullender, Lieut. Wall. Seated, L. to R.: Capt. Anderson, Capt. Gleeson, Capt. Conboy, Capt. Atchison, 1909.

 

:102 Traffic Bureau Detail, 1912. Top Row, L. to R.: Sheeble, Bailey, Rodiger, McEachrin, Holmes, Cullman, Callinbach

 

:103a S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. Base Ball Team 1907. L. to R., Top Row: Delmas, Birdsall, Wright, Jagers, Esola, Casey, Fitzpatrick, Hoertkon, Maher, Coats, Gorman.

 

:103b Jas. Rolph Jr., Chief D. A. White, 1912. Com. Jas. Woods [left], my daughter Jessie M. Cook [top with hat], Sergt. Gorman [climbing stairs?]

 

:104 S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], Tug of War Team, 1912. Top Row, L. to R.: Cameron, Schmitt, O'Connor, Dasmond, Campbell, not known, Judge Pheland

 

:105a Mrs. D. A. White, wife of Chief D. A. White in G. G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1914

 

:105b Corpl. Goff, 1913. Lieut. Matheson

 

:106a Corpl. Goff. and Lieut. Matheson, 1913

 

:106b Traffic Officer Hicks, cor. Market & 4th St., 1913

 

:107a Traffic Officers cor. 3rd and Market 1913

 

Mounted Traffic Officers on Market St. 1913. Coats & Quinlan

 

:107b

 

:108a

 

:108b Mounted Traffic Officer on Market St., 1913

 

:109a Mounted Traffic Officer Coats on Market St., 1913

 

:109b Foot and Mounted Traffic Officers on Market St., 1913. Corpl. Pengalley

 

:110a Mounted Traffic Officer on Market St., 1913

 

:110b Chief Wm. J. Biggy, 1907

 

:111 S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] Traffic Detail, 1916

 

:112a Lieut. D. Matheson and his Co. B. Harbor Station, 1916

 

:112b Dr. Shumate, Chief White, Theo. Roche, Mayor Rolph

 

:113a [No caption]

 

:113b Harry Walsh

 

:114 Annual Review S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], Van Ness & Fell St., 1909. Potrero Police Capt. P. Shea

 

:115 Capt. Jas. Kelly - Mounted

 

:116a Funeral of Wm. J. Biggy of Police 1907

 

:116b Funeral of Wm. J. Biggy, Chief of Police, 1907. L. to R.: Col. Culter, Mr. Leggett, Mr. Keil, Mr. Sweigart, Chas. F. Skelly, Capt. Peterson of Oakland, Chief Wilson of Oakland, Dr. Clinton and Capt. Shea

 

:117a Funeral of Chief Wm. J. Biggy at St. Mary's, Van Ness Ave., 1907

 

:117b Funeral of Chief Wm. J. Biggy, Van Ness Ave. 1907

 

:118a Funeral of Sergt. Nolting. Mounted, P. McGee, 1908.

 

:118b Funeral of [?]. Lieut. F. Green in charge

 

:119a Funeral of [?]. Capt. H. O'Day in charge.

 

:119b Funeral of [?]. Capt. J. Kelly in charge. Lieut. Wm. Mullender, Lieut. H. Wright.

 

:120 Funeral of Sergt. F. Nolting, 1908. L. to R.: Commissioners Leggett, Sweigart, Cutler, Sect. Chas. Skelly, Capt. Anderson, Chief Cook and Capt. Mooney.

 

:121a Sergt. Nolting's Funeral, 1908. Mayor Taylor, Com. C. Sweigart, Com. Culter, Capt. Gleeson [front]

 

:121b Funeral of Sergt. Nolting, 1908. Capt. T. Duke [front]

 

:122a Funeral of Sergt. Nolting, 1908

 

:122b Funeral of Sergt. Nolting, 1908. Com's Leggett - Sweigart - Culter - Sect. Skelly - Capt. M. O. Anderson - Chief J. B. Cook - Capt. Mooney

 

:123a Police Officer Osgood, murdered 1888.

 

:123b Funeral of firemen from St. Patrick's Church, 1895. Capt. J. Spillane in charge.

 

:124a Capt. H. O'Day, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] in 1912.

 

:124b Chief D. A. White with cap on in center and Police officer Jas. Nealey in dark clothing on the end

 

:125a Police officers of the San Francisco Police Dept. L. to R. standing....

 

:125b Mrs. D. A. White, wife of Chief D. A. White, in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1914

 

:126 L. to R.: Chief D. A. White, John A. Hammersmith, Geo. J. Wellington and O. Schiller in 1915

 

:127a Lieut. S. V. Bunner, 1916

 

:127b Pacific Coast Chiefs of Fire Depts. at the P.P.I.E. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition], 1915. Chief of Police D. A. White and Fire Chief T. Murphy in the center in uniform.

 

:128a Police photographer Geo. Blum's old home on Taylor bet. Union & Filbert, 1905.

 

:128b Fire Chiefs of Pacific Coast at the P.P.I.E. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition], 1915. Chief D. A. White & Chief T. Murphy in the center in uniform.

 

:128c Det. Sergt. Wm. Pooll [?] in the uniform of Islam Band

 

:129 Annual Inspection and Drill of the S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1907. Wm. J. Biggy, Chief of Police. In front line Commissioner Culter - Sweigart & Keil

 

:130a Chief of Police Biggy and his Captains, 1907 - standing Capt. Colby - Capt. M. O. Anderson - Capt. Mooney - Capt. Duke - Capt. McMannis - Seated: Capt. Gleeson - Capt. Kelly - Chief W. J. Biggy - Capt. Conboy

 

:130b Chief Biggy, Capt. H. Gleeson and Sergt. A. Gaughran at the Ferry, 1907

 

:131a Company Inspection, G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, Chief Biggy and Pres. A. D. Cutrel in high hat, 1907

 

:131b Company Inspection at G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1907. Capt. M. O. Anderson's Co.

 

:132a Company Inspection G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1907. Capt. M. O. Anderson's Co.

 

:132b Company Inspection G.G. [Golden Gate] Park. Capt. J. Mooney's Co., 1907

 

:133a Company Inspection G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1907. Capt. H. Gleeson's Co.

 

:133b Inspection of S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. on Van Ness Ave.

 

:134a Company Inspection on Van Ness Ave., 1910 Capt. Wall's Co.

 

:134b Inspection of Mounted Police S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] Capt. Kelly

 

:135a Inspection S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1908 - Capt. Gleeson's Co.

 

:135b Left to Right: Back Row, Regan - Flynn - Butler - Tracy. Next Row, Chas. Skelly - Crowley - Owens - Nobman. Sept. 1st, 1902, at N.E. cor. Larkin & McAllister Sts.

 

[L. to R.:] Chief Cook, Call Reporter, Capt. Anderson, 1909

 

:136a

 

:136b

 

:141 L. to R., front row: Judge Shortall, Judge Deasy, Judge Sullivan, Chief Peterson, Oakland, Dept. Chief Vollmer of Berkeley Dept. and Capt. Brown, Oakland

 

:142a In the auto, Officer Jas. Healey, Chief White, and Com. Jas. Woods in the lightest suit, 1915

 

:142b Inspection S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] on Van Ness Ave. L. to R.: Dr. Mahoney, Police Surgeon, Com. Theo. J. Roche, Com. A. O'Grad y, Byron Mauzy, Supervisor, Mayor Rolph, Com. Jas. Woods, and Chief White.

 

:143a Police Inspection, 1912, Van Ness Ave. L. to R.: Dr. Mahoney, Com. Theo. J. Roche, Com. A. O'Grady, Supervisor Byron Mauzy, Mayor Rolph, Chief White, and Pres. Cook.

 

:143b Police Inspection, 1912. Van Ness Ave. Judge Deasy [third from left], John McDougal [2nd man from right], Andrew McCarthy [furthest right man]. Pearl Cook, Mrs. C. A. Cook [two women on right].

 

:144a Police Inspection, 1912. Van Ness Ave. Dr. Mahoney - Supervisor Mauzy - Com. Roche - Com. O'Grady - Chief White - Pres. J. B. Cook and Police Officer Jas. Healey.

 

:144b Police Inspection 1913, Van Ness Ave. Commanding Officers to the front. L. to R.: Matheson - M. Anderson - Colby - Lewis - Wall - O'Day - Kelly - Anderson - Jas. Boyd - Gleeson - Campbell - Shea - Chief White - McManus - Carroll - Helms - Sylvester - Tobin - M. O. Anderson

 

:145a Police Inspection, 1912. Van Ness Ave. Sup. Byron Mauzy - Dr. Mahoney - Com. Woods - Chief White - Sect. Skelly

 

:145b Police Inspection 1913 - Van Ness Ave. L. to R.: Pres. Theo. J. Roche, Dr. Shumate, Max Kuhl and Jesse B. Cook

 

:146a Police Inspection 1913. Van Ness Ave.

 

:146b J. B. Martin on taking office as Chief of Police, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. 1910

 

:147 Mounted Police S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] Capt. Jas. Kelly in charge 1914

 

:148 1913. Pres. Roche - Com. Shumate - Com. Kuhl - Com. Cook

 

:149 The Color Guard, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. [L. to R.:] Miles Jackson, Sergt. Ferguson, Chief White

 

:150 Police Inspection, 1913, on Van Ness Ave. Com. Kuhl, Mayor Rolph, Jas. Rolph the 3rd. Com. Roche, Corpl. Pishon, Capt. Mooney, Pres. J. B. Cook, Judge McEntee, Chief White.

 

:151 Police Inspection, Van Ness Ave. in 1912. L. to R., Chief White, Pres. Jesse B. Cook, and Mayor Rolph passing the Colors. Capt. Kelly, Chief White, Pres. Com. J. B. Cook, Mayor Rolph, Capt. Gleeson

 

:152a Police Inspection, 1913, Chief White and Capt. McManus with Capt. Jas. Kelly in rear.

 

:152b Police Inspection, 1912, Pres. Jesse B. Cook and Jas. Rolph Jr. Inspecting.

 

:153a Inspection of Capt. Shea's Co. 1912. In the center, Cook, Rolph & Shea

 

:153b Inspecting Mounted men, 1912. Com. J. B. Cook - Mayor Rolph - Capt. Kelly - Chief White

 

:154a Inspection 1912. S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police]. Com. J. B. Cook - Mayor Rolph - Capt. Kelly - Chief White

 

:154b Motorcycle Inspection 1912. S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department]

 

:155a S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] passing in review, 1912. Capt. Wright's Co.

 

:155b Capt. McManus' Co. passing in review, 1912.

 

:156a Capt. M. O. Anderson's Co. passing 1912

 

:156b Jas. Woods inspecting the Colors. Capt. Kelly - Sergt. Goughran - Chief White, Com. Woods. 1913

 

:157a Mayor Rolph and Jas. Woods inspecting Capt. Gleeson, 1913. Capt. Kelly, Mayor Rolph, Capt. Gleeson, Com. Woods, Chlef White, Lieut. Green

 

:157b Mayor Rolph and Jas. Woods inspecting Capt. Gleeson's Co. 1913. Capt. Kelly, Chief White, Capt. Gleeson, Mayor Rolph, Com. Woods

 

:160a Inspecting Lieut. Coogan, 1913. Capt. Kelly - Chief White - Capt. Gleeson - Mayor Rolph - Com. Woods, and Lieut. Coogan

 

:160b Inspecting Capt. Mooney's Co. 1913. Capt. Kelly - Capt. Mooney - Chief White - Mayor Jas. Rolph - Com. Woods

 

:161a Inspecting Capt. Carroll's Co. 1913. Lieut. Campbell - Capt. Kelly - Chief White - Capt. Carroll - Lieut. Boyd - Com. Woods

 

:161b Inspecting Capt. Mooney's Co. 1913. Lieut. Freer - Capt. Kelly - Capt. Mooney - Lieut. J. Anderson - Chief White - Mayor Rolph - Com. Woods

 

:162a Inspecting the Mounted Co. 1913. Sergt. P. McGee - Chief White - Capt. Kelly - Mayor Rolph - Com. Jas. Woods

 

:162b Inspecting the Motorcycle Co. Sergt. Mahoney - Chief White - Mayor Rolph - Com. Woods. 1913.

 

:163a Inspecting Lieut. Dinan's Co. 1913. Capt. Kelly - Lieut. Wm. Dinan - Chief White - Mayor Rolph - Com. Jas. Woods.

 

:163b General Inspection 1913. Capt. Kelly - Capt. Gleeson - Chief White - Com. Woods

 

:164a Capt. O'Day's Co. passing in review, 1915.

 

:164b Capt. Wright's Co. passing in review, 1915.

 

:165a S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] passing in review, 1915. Capt. Gleeson's Co.

 

:165b Capt. Kelly, Capt. Gleeson, and Chief White, 1915.

 

:166 Mounted men passing in review, 1915

 

:167 Capt. Kelly, Theo. J. Roche, and Mayor Rolph, Jr., 1915. Capt. Kelly, Com. Roche, Mayor Rolph

 

:168 Inspecting Lieut. Lewis Co., 1914 Lieut. Lewis, Mayor Rolph, Com. Roche

 

:169 Inspecting S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] by Mayor Rolph Jr. and Pres. Roche. Capt. Kelly, Chief White.

 

:170 Inspecting Officer Jas. Nealey's Gun. 1914. Capt. Kelly, Capt. Wall, Chief White, Mayor Rolph, Com. Roche

 

:171 Gun Inspection by Pres. Roche and Mayor Rolph. Chief White, Capt. Kelly, Capt. Anderson

 

:172a Capt. Kelly, Chief White, and Capt. Shea, 1915

 

:172b Passing in review, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1912

 

:173a Passing in review, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1912. Capt. H. O'Day

 

:173b Motorcycles of S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1912.

 

:174a Capt. Kelly - Sergt. McGee - Chief Seymour and Pres. O'Connell, 1911

 

:174b Chief John Seymour, Mounted, 1911

 

:175a Chief Seymour, Mounted, 1911

 

:175b P. H. McCarthy's Board of Police Commissioners, 1911. Com. Spiro - Com. O'Connell and Com. Henderson. Officer Jas. Nealey and Officer Farming.

 

:176a L. to R.: Com. Max Goldburg, Chief White, Com. Sullivan, Com. ---- and Com. Spiro, 1911.

 

:176b Pres. Spiro and Capt. M. O. Anderson inspecting S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1911.

 

:177 Capt. Kelly, Capt. White and Pres. Spiro, 1911. Lieut. Carroll, Capt. Gleeson, Lieut. Green

 

:178 Hotel Whitecotton - Berkeley, 1916

 

:179c Wm. T. Coleman of the V. Com.

 

Volume 3

 

:1 L to R: S.F. [San Francisco] Postmaster Chas. Fay, Rafael Weil--White House, S.F. Mayor Rolph Jr., Frank K. Lain of Pres. Wilson's Cabinet, Ex-Mayor Taylor, Ex-Supervisor Vogelsang, 1915.

 

:2a Breaking ground for the New City Hall 1914.

 

:2b In shirt sleeves, L to R: R.E. Hayden, Bancroft-Rolph-Mauzy and T. Reardon of the Board of Works at the Ground Breaking of City Hall 1914.

 

:3 Supervisors in shirt sleeves L to R: Hayden-Bancroft-Hooks-Mayor Rolph Jr. Mauzy and Pres. Reardon of the Board of Works at the Ground Breaking of New City Hall 1914.

 

:4a Ground Breaking of the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1912. L to R in high hats: [?], De Young-Foster, [?], M.J. [Brandenstine?] Scott-C.C. Moore, Gen. Mayor Rolph, Mr. Crothers of the S.F. [San Francisco] Bulletin.

 

:4b Same as above photo.

 

:5a Breaking ground New City Hall 1914. Mayor Rolph Jr.

 

:5b Photo the same Mayor Rolph Jr.

 

:6a Same photo Mayor Rolph Jr.

 

:6b Photo the same Mayor Rolph Jr.

 

Photo same Mayor Rolph Jr.

 

:8b Photo same Sup. Payot talking.

 

:9a Photo same Ex-Mayor Taylor talking.

 

:9b Photo same Mayor Rolph introducing Ex-Mayor Taylor.

 

:10a Photo same Ex-Mayor Taylor talking.

 

:10b Photo same Sup. Bancroft with spade.

 

:11a Photo same Supervisor Bancroft with the spade.

 

:11b Photo same with James Rolph the 3rd on the stand.

 

:12a Photo same Grand Stand Ground Breaking New City Hall 1914.

 

:12b Photo same Supervisor Hayden talking.

 

:13a Photo same with Sup. Hooks and his white hat.

 

:13b Photo same Sup. Hayden talking to the ladies.

 

:14a Photo same receiving the Calif. Flag.

 

:14b Photo same with the children singing.

 

:15a Photo same with the Supervisors in their shirt sleeves.

 

:15b Opening of the Telephone from New York City and San Francisco at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1915.

 

German Day at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1915.

 

:17b Photo same German Day.

 

:18a Photo same German Day. Passing corner Green and Van Ness Ave.

 

:18b Photo same German Day.

 

German Day.

 

:22a German Day--Green and Van Ness Ave.

 

:22b German Day.

 

:23a Sect. Skilly and Chief White at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1915.

 

:23b Chief D. A. White.

 

:24 Opening Day Feb. 20th 1915, P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition.

 

:25 Opening Day Feb. 20-15 P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition.

 

:28 Mr. [?] talking at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition Opening 1915.

 

:29 On the zone at P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition Opening Day 1915.

 

:30 P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1915.

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition Opening Day 1915.

 

:33a 9 years after the fire at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition.

 

:33b 9 years after the fire at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] E-- 19

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1915.

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition 1915.

 

:45a Madam Tetrazina [Tetrazzini] singing at cor. Market, Kearny and Geary St. New Year's Eve, 1912. Mayor Rolph speaking.

 

:45b Photo same as above one. Market, Geary and Kearny.

 

:46a Photo the same. 1912 M.H. de Young talking.

 

:46b Photo same. 1912 Sup. Hayden talking.

 

:47a Marshall Square opposite 8th St. at Market 1915.

 

:47b Liberty Bell Parade, July 17/15 at San Francisco.

 

:48a Liberty Bell, L to R: Pres. Theo. J. Roche, Jesse B. Cook--Chief White, young Mr. Roche, and Captain Shea. July 17/15 at San Francisco.

 

:48b Liberty Bell. July 17/15 at San Francisco.

 

:49a Liberty Bell at San Francisco. July 17/15.

 

:49b Liberty Bell day, July 17/15 in the auto Roche, Cook, White, Shea and Officer Jas. Neley.

 

:50a Liberty Day July 17/15 Police Auto.

 

:50b Police Auto Liberty Bell Parade, July 17/15 on Market St.

 

:51a The Philadelphia Police Detail with the Liberty Bell on Market St. July 17/15.

 

:51b The Philadelphia Police Detail and the Liberty Bell on Market St. 1915.

 

:52a The Liberty Bell Parade on Market St. July 17/15.

 

:52b Liberty Bell on Parade, 1915.

 

Liberty Bell Parade 1915.

 

:55b Arrival of U.S. Vice Pres. Marshall 1915.

 

:57a Arrival of Vice Pres. Marshall 1915 at the Faremont [Fairmont] Hotel--Calif. St.

 

:57b Arrival of Vice Pres. Marshall at the Faremont [Fairmont] Hotel 1915.

 

:58a Arrival of German Cruiser Nurnberg 1914. Mayor Rolph shaking hands with the Commander.

 

:58b Photo same as above photo. 1914. Mayor Rolph in center seat.

 

:59a German cruiser Nurnberg 1914 in San Francisco Bay. Later destroyed off Cape Horn by the British War vessel.

 

Water Carnival foot of Hyde St. August 16-1912.

 

:60b Photo same. [Water Carnival foot of Hyde St.] August 16-1912.

 

Photo same 1912 [Water Carnival foot of Hyde St.]

 

:63a Opening of the Panama Canal 1914. Mr. Thatcher at the key Manager W.U.T. Co. at Union Square San Francisco.

 

:63b Same photo 1914 [Opening of the Panama Canal 1914].

 

:64a Photo same with Mayor Rolph daughter.

 

:64b Photo same 1914 [Miss Rolph].

 

:65a Miss Rolph at the halyard, same photo 1914.

 

Photo same 1914 [Miss Rolph at the halyard].

 

:67a Photo same with Mrs. Rolph and daughter, 1914.

 

Photo same with Miss [?] singing.

 

:68b Photo same with Harbor Commissioner Dwyer talking.

 

:69a Photo same with Mr. [?] talking.

 

:69b Photo same ass. sect. to Mayor Rolph Mr. McAtie talking.

 

Photo same with Mr. [?] talking.

 

:71a Photo same with Mr. R. Hale talking.

 

:71b Portola Parade Oct. 22nd to 25th 1913.

 

:72a Portola Parade same with Mayor Rolph Oct. 22nd to 25th 1913.

 

:72b Portola Parade same the arrival of Balboa (Balboa was Ralph Phelps).

 

:73a Photo same with Balboa in carriage.

 

:73b Photo same with Balboa in Union Square.

 

Photo same with the Queen in Union Square.

 

:75a Photo same with the Queen waiting for Balboa in Union Square.

 

:75b Photo same with Balboa on the Grand Stand--Union Square.

 

Photo same [Balboa in Union Square].

 

:78b Photo same with Supervisor A.J. Gallagher on the left of the three men.

 

:79a Portola Parade with Col. Geo. Fillmer on the horse. Oct. 22nd to 25th, 1912 [1910?].

 

:79b Portola Parade with Don Gasper de Portola on the horse with his hat in his hand. Oct. 22-25-1912 [1910?].

 

Portola Parade Oct. 22-25-1912 [1910?].

 

:81a Balboa Parade Oct. 22-25-1913. Chief Murphy in auto of S.F.F. [San Francisco Fire] Dept.

 

Portola Parade Oct. 22-25-1910.

 

:83a Portola Parade 1910.

 

:83b Portola Parade same with Sup. Hocks and Hitmer in auto with Chief Murphy standing back of auto.

 

Portola Parade 1910.

 

:89a Portola Parade 1910 cor. Market and Kearny St. night time.

 

:89b Portola Parade 1910. Islam Shrine passing.

 

:90a The town of Willits, Mendocino Co. 1910.

 

:90b Chief Jesse B. Cook on the left and Capt. H. Gleeson on the right at the town of Willits, Calif. 1910.

 

:91a The High School at Willits Calif. 1910.

 

:91b The town of Laytonville, Mendocino Calif. 1910.

 

:92a Our team waiting for us at Laytonville. Old Bill Mitchel with the beard at the tree. 1910.

 

:92b In the mountains back of Laytonville, 1910.

 

:93a At Peterson's Ranch out from Laytonville. Officer Bud-Officer Haley, Capt. Gleeson and Mr. R. Budd, 1910.

 

:93b Mountains back of Laytonville, [1910].

 

:122a Islam Shrine at Sacramento 1915.

 

:122b Center Larsen of the Shrine 1915.

 

:123a On the trip to Sacramento 1915 Islam Shrine.

 

:123b On the trip to Sacramento--Islam Temple 1915.

 

:123c Larsen in the lead with Islam at Sacramento 1915.

 

Islam at Sacramento 1915.

 

:125b L to R: Police Commissioners Leggett, Sweigast and Cutter with Sect. Skelly at the Funeral of Sergt. Notting, 1910.

 

:126a Portsmouth Square opp. Hall of Justice. Seattle Band of Police Officers. Oct. 1st, 1915.

 

:126b [Group standing outside building, "Brown & Howard"]

 

:128 [Savings Union Bank of San Francisco] 1912.

 

German Day P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, Sept. 1915.

 

:132 Same German Day 1915.

 

:133 Mrs. Geo. Blum, wife of Police photo officer. 1917.

 

:136a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915. Tower of Jewels.

 

:136b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Art Building.

 

:137a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 On the zone.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Art Bldg.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Art Bldg.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

:143a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Tower of Jewels.

 

:143b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

:144a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Art Bldg.

 

:144b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Tower of Jewels.

 

:146a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Tower of Jewels.

 

:149a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

:149b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Art Bldg.

 

:151a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915.

 

Fillmore St. Hill 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1915 Entrance.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Calif. Bldg.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Japanese Tea Garden.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Art Bldg.

 

Art Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:162a Chinese Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

Art Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:163b Live Stock Yards P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:164a Art Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:168b Great Northern R.R. Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:172a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Virginia Bldg.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:173a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Italian Bldg.

 

:173b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 North Dekota [Dakota] Bldg.

 

:173c P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Texas Bldg.

 

:174a Arkansas Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:174b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:174c P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Missouri Bldg.

 

:175a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:175b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 Kansas Bldg.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:179a Oregon Bldg. P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:179b P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915.

 

:180a P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1911; Pres. Taft breaking ground in Golden Gate Park.

 

:180b Ground Breaking in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park & P.P.I.Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1911.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1911.

 

P.P.I. Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] - 1915 in G.G. Park.

 

:183 P.P.I. Exposition [Panama Pacific International Exposition] at night 1915.

 

:184 Ground Breaking in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park for the P.P.I. Exposition [Panama-Pacific International Exposition] 1911.

 

:185 Pres. Taft breaking ground in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park 1911, and Chas. De Young holding the box.

 

Volume 4

 

:2a Funeral of Wm. J. Biggy 1908.

 

:2b Funeral of Chief Wm. J. Biggy 1908.

 

:3a Inspection of the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. by A.D. Cutter and Wm. J. Biggy in G.G. Park. Capt. J. Duke on the left. 1907-Capt. Duke's Co.

 

:3b Wm. J. Biggy and A.D. Cutter inspecting the S.F. [San Francisco] Police 1907 G.G. [Golden Gate] Park. Capt. J. Mooney's Co.

 

:4 Jesse B. Cook.

 

:6 L to R Capt. T. A. Atchison, Jesse B. Cook and Capt. J.J. O'Meara, 1909.

 

:7 Geo. Blum Police Photographer, 1914.

 

:8a Funeral of Wm. J. Biggy, Chief of Police 1908.

 

:11b South East cor. Post & Mason.

 

:13a U.S. Camp at the Presidio, April 18-06.

 

:13b Refugees Camp at the Presidio, April 18-06.

 

:14 Opening of the Municipal R.R. at Fort Mason, 1915.

 

Refugee Camp at Lobus [Lobos] Square, April 18-06.

 

:16 Mayor Rolph and Gen. Murray at the opening of the Municipal R.R. at Fort Mason.

 

Refugee camps at Lobus [Lobos] Square April 18-06.

 

:18 Mayor Rolph and Gen Murray at the opening of the Municipal R.R. in Fort Mason, 1915.

 

:19a Refugee camps at the Presidio April 18-06.

 

:19b Shoeing horses after the fire of April 18-06.

 

:20 The arrival of the Liberty Bell. Mayor Rolph left and Gov. Johnson on the right of Bell at 12 a.m., 3rd and Townsend St. 1915.

 

:21a Horse shoeing after the fire of April 18-06.

 

:21b The Hobart Home on Van Ness Ave. and Washington.

 

:22a Refugee Camp at Lobus [Lobos] Square, April 18-06. Sergt. of Police Sills in charge.

 

:22b Sergt. Of Police Sills at his camp in Lobus [Lobos] Square, April 18-06.

 

:23a Refugee Camp at Lobus [Lobos] Square, April 18-06.

 

:23b Refugee Camp at Alamo Square, April 18-06.

 

Refugee Camp at Lobus [Lobos] Square, April 18th, 1906.

 

:25b Refugees at Lobus [Lobos] Square, April 18-06.

 

:26a Refugees at Presidio Camp, April 18-06.

 

:26b The Hobart Home, Van Ness Ave. and Washington, 1906.

 

Refugees at Presidio Camp, April 18-06.

 

:28a Refugee Camp at Fremont and Harrison Sts., April 18-06.

 

:28b Police Officers of the Southern Police Station Co. B., April 18-06.

 

Refugees in Golden Gate Park, April 18-06.

 

:30b A Refugee Restaurant cor. Fillmore and Geary St. April-06.

 

:31a After the fire of April 18-06.

 

:31b Valencia St. bet. 18th and 19th, April 18-06.

 

:32b Looking N.W. from Stockton and Washington, April 18-06.

 

:33a The Flood Home cor. Calif. and Mason St., April 18-06.

 

:33b Looking S.E. from Vallejo and Mason Sts., April 18-06.

 

:34a Looking S.W. from Kearney [Kearny] and Pacific St., April 18-06.

 

:35a Looking N.E. from Taylor and Pine St., April 18-06.

 

:35b Looking East from Bush and Larkin St., April 18-06.

 

:36a Looking N.E. from Taylor and Pine St., April 18-06.

 

:36b Looking S.W. from Stockton and Clay, April 18-06.

 

:37a The Hermit of Russian Hill, April 18-06.

 

:37b Looking N.W. from Broadway and Powell, April 18-06.

 

:38a Looking N.W. from Filbert and Powell, April 18-06.

 

:38b Hall of Justice, April 18-06. Opposite Portsmouth Square.

 

:39a Looking North from Mason and Market, April 18-06.

 

:39b Prison in the Hall of Justice cor. Kearny and Washington, April 18-06.

 

:40a Det. Beuruau [sic] Police Dept. 64 Eddy St. April-06. L to R: Det. Regan, Sergt. McDonald, and Det. Sergt. T. Bainbridge.

 

:40b City Prison in Hall of Justice cor. Washington and Kearny, April 18-06.

 

:41a Looking S.W. from Mason and Eddy St., April 18-06.

 

:41b Looking East from Kearny and Sacramento, April 18-06.

 

:42a Looking S.W. from Washington and Taylor, April 18-06.

 

:42b Looking through the ruins of the Alcazar Theater, O'Farrell bet. Stockton and Powell, April 18-06.

 

Palace Hotel, April 18-06.

 

:44a Looking S.E. from Dupont and Sacramento, April 18-06.

 

:44b Looking S.E. from Stockton and Sacramento, April 18-06. An old Chinese Temple the square bldg. in the center.

 

:45a China Town, looking South from Dupont and Pacific, April 18-06.

 

:45b China Town, looking North from Calif. and Dupont, April 18-06.

 

:46b Do not know this one. [Buildings destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire.]

 

:47a April 18-06, fire taken from roof looking South from Montgomery and Sutter St.

 

:48a Looking North from Kearny and Post, April 18-06.

 

:48b Looking North from Bush and Kearny, April 18-06.

 

:49a Looking S.E. from Pacific, Kearny and New Montgomery, April 18-06.

 

:49b S.F. [San Francisco] Gas and Electric Blds. North Beach, April 18-06.

 

:50a S.F. [San Francisco] Gas and Electric Blds. foot of Laguna St., April 18th 1906.

 

:50b Same Blds. [San Francisco Gas and Electric Blds.]

 

:51a Looking West from Jackson and Front Sts., April 18-06.

 

:51b Looking S.E. from Montgomery and Clay Sts., April 18-06.

 

:52a Looking N.W. from Sutter and Sansome, April 18-06.

 

:52b Shoe store on Mason St. bet. Gough and Octavia Sts., April 18-06.

 

:53a Looking N.E. from Broadway and Stockton, April 18-06.

 

:53b Looking N.W. from Hyde and Post St., April 18-06.

 

:54a N.W. corner Sansome and Washington, April 18-06.

 

:54b N.E. cor. Lombard and Stockton, April 18-06.

 

:55a Looking N.W. from Lombard and Sansome, April 18-06.

 

:55b Looking East from Market and Main St., April 18-06.

 

:56a See the street kitchens, every body cooks on the street, April 18-06. Green St. bet. Octavia and Laguna Sts.

 

:56b Looking West from Pine and Sansome Sts., April 18-06.

 

:57a Looking N.E. from Webster and Bush Sts., April 18-06.

 

:57b Looking [rest of text erased] April 18-06.

 

:58a Looking N.E. from Mason and Sutter Sts., April 18-06.

 

:58b Inside the Temple Emanuel [Emanu-El], Sutter bet. Powell and Stockton St., April 18-06.

 

:59a Looking N.W. from Geary and Larkin Sts., April 18-06.

 

:59b Looking West from Sutter and Sansome, April 18-06.

 

:60a S.E. cor. Eddy and Mason Sts., April 18-06.

 

:60b N.W. cor. Ellis and Mason Sts., 1910.

 

:62a Looking South on Valencia St. from 13th St., April 18-06.

 

:62b Looking S.W. from Sacramento and Leavenworth Sts., April 18-06.

 

:63a Old Hall of Records McAllister and City Hall Ave. See the burnt records on the floor, April 18-06.

 

:63b Looking N.W. from 4th and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:64a Looking N.W. from 9th and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:64b Looking S.W. from Jones and McAllister Sts., April 18-06.

 

:65a Looking East from Mason bet. Geary and Ellis Sts., April 18-06.

 

:65b Looking S.E. from Polk and Turk Sts., April 18-06.

 

:66a Looking N.W. from First and Brannan, April 18-06.

 

:66b Do not know. [Fire destroyed area, possibly South of Market.]

 

:67a Looking N.W. from 2nd and Brannan, April 18-06.

 

:67b N.W. from Harrison and 10th Sts., April 18-06.

 

:68a Looking North from 2nd and Harrison Sts., April 18-06.

 

:68b St. Mary Hospital cor. 1st and Bryant St., April 18-06.

 

:69a Haslett Warehouse Co., Brannan St. bet. 5th and 6th, April 18-06.

 

:69b S.P.R.R. [Southern Pacific Railroad] Bldg. 4th and Townsend St., April 18-06.

 

:70a 5th and Townsend Sts., April 18-06. [Cudaly?] Packing Co.

 

:70b N.W. cor. 6th and Townsend, April 18-06.

 

:71a N.W. from 8th and Townsend Sts., April 18-06.

 

:71b N.W. from 4th and Townsend Sts., April 18-06.

 

:72a Wells Fargo and Co. 2nd and Mission Sts., April 18-06.

 

:72b N.W. from Fremont and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:73a Looking N.W. from Howard and Spear St., April 18-06.

 

:73b N.W. from 1st and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:74a N.W. from Beals and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:74b Looking N.W. from Main and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:75a Looking N.E. from 5th and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:75b Looking N.E. from Mission and 8th Sts., April 18-06.

 

:76a N.W. from Fremont and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:76b Looking N.E. from Spear and Howard Sts., April 18-06.

 

:77a Majestic Theater. S.W. cor. Market and 9th St., April 18-06.

 

:77b Looking S.E. from 10th and Market Sts., April 18-06.

 

:80a Police officials talking on the Bertillion System.

 

:80b Det. Beureau [sic] 1911. Capt. Wall in charge.

 

:81a City prison detail at the time of fire April 18-06. Mrs. Cockran, Burk, Love, Lackman, Bidwell, Tobin, Malody, Caskell.

 

:81b U.S. Government Burning Opium in China Town, 1914.

 

:110 Ingleside Terrace S.G. 1915.

 

:111 Rear of the State Normal School, Buchannan [Buchanan] and Waller Sts., 1914.

 

:115c In the Vault Dept. S.U.B.&T; Co. July 7th, 1916. H.L. Whipple in uniform, A. Birchin center and Thad Kent.

 

:116a In the Vault Dept. S.U. Bank & T. Co. July 7th, 1916. D. Greaney, A. Birch and L. Littleton.

 

:116b Monumental Engine Co. #6, S.F.V.F. Dept. Bremhane Place, 1860 h- 1906.

 

:121a Fire Chief's Ass. At the Fair, 1915.

 

:124a John McGilrey with the trowel that was used by Mayor Rolph to lay the cornerstone of the New City Hall, Van Ness and McAllister St.

 

:124b Art Palace P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition.

 

:125a Vault Dept. S.U.B.&T; Co. Jesse B. Cook, Wm. Marcus and L. Littleton. 1915.

 

:125b Vault men, S.U.B.&T; Co. H.L. Whipple and D.G. Greaney, 1915.

 

:126a [C.P.C.] Hamlon and Jesse B. Cook. S.U.B.&T; Co. 1915.

 

:126b D.G. Greaney and E. Masket, A. Birch and Jesse B. Cook. S.U.B.&T; Co. 1915.

 

:127a Mr. A. Birch--S.U.B.&T; Co.

 

:127b G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, S.F. [San Francisco] Calif. 1918.

 

:128a G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, S.F. [San Francisco] Calif. 1918. The Blum twins.

 

:128b H.L. Whipple, Jesse B. Cook and T. Kent. S.U.B.&T; Co. 1915.

 

:129a Jesse B. Cook on the roof of the Hall of Justice, 1917.

 

:129b Mr. Parker Maddux, attorney for the S.U. Bank and Trust Co. 1917.

 

:131a G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, S.F. [San Francisco] Calif. 1917.

 

:131b Jesse B. Cook, 1918.

 

:133a Painting the flag pole of the S.U.B.&T.; Co., Sept. 1916.

 

:133b Same. [Painting the flag pole of the S.U.B.&T.; Co., Sept. 1916.]

 

:134 Hon. Wm. P. Tilman. Past Grand Master of Masonery in Calif. and S.G.I. Gen. of the Northern Jurisdiction of the State of Calif.

 

:139a N.S.G. [Native Sons of the Golden] West on there [sic] way to Donner Lake, 1917.

 

:139b N.S.G. [Native Sons of the Golden] West at Donner Lake, 1917.

 

:139c John E. McDougala and his crowd on there [sic] way to the Lake, 1917.

 

:140a John E. McDougala, N.S.G.W. [Native Sons of the Golden West] Treasurer and City Treasurer of San Francisco on his way to the Lake, 1917.

 

:140b N.S.G.W. [Native Sons of the Golden West] Monument at Donner Lake, 1917.

 

:140c N.S.G.W. [Native Sons of the Golden West] at Donner Lake, 1917.

 

:141a N.S.G. [Native Sons of the Golden] West at Donner Lake, 1917.

 

:148 Gen. Funston lieing [sic] in State in the Rotunda of S.F. [San Francisco] City Hall, Feb. 24-17.

 

:160 Father of James Rolph Jr. driving the last horse car on Market St.

 

Mayor James Rolph Jr. driving same car. [Last horse car on Market St.]

 

:162a Mayor James Rolph Jr. watering the horses at the end of line.

 

:162b Same time. Last horse car on Market St.

 

:163a Same time. Last horse car with Harry Jones by the side of the Mayor--Sergt. Owen Gorman.

 

:163b Officer Coats of Traffic Squad, 1917.

 

:164a Officer Coats in Portsmouth Square, 1917.

 

:164b Red Cross Drive, 1918.

 

:168a Mr. Beasley and family, 1919.

 

:168b Mrs. Pazini and family, 1919.

 

:170a Boy Scouts Day, April 1920.

 

:170b [Chief of Police and officers.]

 

:171 The 40-Thousand Dolr. Portland Or. Robbery, 1919. L to R: Capt. Judge, Lieut. Fitzhenry, Judge Cabanis, Mr. Fields, Off.?, Lieut. J.J. Casey, Off. H. Higgins, Off ?, Off. G. Chase, Off. Gainor.

 

:174 Police, Teacher, Fireman, Citizen, Scout. Captain O'Brien, Chief Murphy, Hale, Hauson. April 1920.

 

:183b [Unidentified house, destroyed possibly by earthquake/fire of 1906]

 

:184 Geraldine Portica--This is not a girl, but a boy, who was reared by his mother as a girl and has always dressed as a girl and went to school as a girl and has never associated with any one else but girls and was employed as a chamber maid on 6th St. when arrested, he is a native of Mexico and speaks several languages, his English with the Spanish accent, he is now waiting to be deported ot Mexico by the U.S. Gov. Dec. 27th, 1917.

 

:185a San Francisco, 1914. Three part panorama. (part 1)

 

:185b San Francisco, 1914. Three part panorama. (part 2)

 

:185c San Francisco, 1914. Three part panorama. (part 3)

 

Volume 5:1

 

:1--G Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915 [Three-part photographic panorama of the exposition grounds and San Francisco Bay.]

[Removed from album and shelved separately.]

 

:2a Ex. Mayor A. Sutro in his Library at his home, Sutro Hights, 1890. 48th Ave. & Point Lobus [Lobos] Ave.

 

:4a Point Lobus [Lobos] Drive. Coach in front of Cliff House, 1868.

 

:5a Cliff House in 1865. #167, T. E. Hecht.

 

:5b Cliff House from the Road - Cliff House from Point Lobus [Lobos] Drive in 1869. #172, T. E. Hecht.

 

:8a Cliff House and Seal Rock in 1889. Blum - 28

 

:8b Cliff House and Seal Rock from the Lower Road in 1889. #101, Beach, Cliff House, & Seal Rocks

 

:9b Cliff House from Beach in 1887

 

:9c Seal Rock and Cliff House in 1890

 

:10a 1889. #101, Beach, Cliff House, & Seal Rocks [Not a duplicate of 8b]

 

:10b 1895, #102, Cliff House & Seal Rocks from Sutro. Blum - 32

 

:11a 1895. Beach, Cliff House, & Seal Rocks

 

:11b Cliff House, 1905

 

:12a [Cliff House] & Seal Rocks, S. F. [San Francisco]. Cliff House and Seal Rock in 1905

 

:12b Seal Rock and Cliff House in 1888

 

:12c Cliff House and Seal Rock in 1905

 

:13a Cliff House on fire, 1907

 

:13c The Beach at the Cliff House, 1870

 

:14b San Francisco in 1850.

 

:16a River Boats at the Wharves of San Francisco in 1879

 

:16b River Boats at the Docks - San Francisco, 1880

 

:17a Long Bridge from San Francisco to Potrero and Bay View in 1878. #281, T. E. Hecht. Long Bridge across Mission Cove. Completed 1864, cost $60,000

 

:17b Water front San Francisco in 1880. Plunger Annie Powder, boat of John Carter, 1877. Opposite Commercial St.

 

:18a Oakland Ferry foot of Market St., San Francisco in 1889

 

:19b Two Police Officers at rear of Horse Car are L. to R., O'Malley & Jas. McGrath - the officer on the crossing is J. Dowd. Oakland Ferry Entrance in 1895

 

:20a Oakland Ferry from Sacramento and Market Sts. in 1914

 

:20b Foot of Market St. in 1914

 

:21a Oakland Ferry foot of Market St., in 1914

 

:21b Oakland Ferry foot of Market St., 1914

 

:25a Metropolitan Theatre - Montgomery St. bet. Washington & Jackson St. 1865

 

:25b Looking North on Montgomery St. from Calif. in 1852. #404. Dr. Burbank Dentist, Room 13, Express Bldg. Wm. Schmolts, 1818 Mont. St., 1856. T. E. Hecht.

 

:31b South on Montgomery St. from Bush 1890

 

:32a North on Montgomery St. from Market St. in 1906. #514. Oct. 3, 1905. T. E. Hecht, 2321 Cal. St.

 

:37b The Hall of Justice, erected in the place of the old City Hall, N. E. cor. Kearny & Washington Sts. in 1896

 

:39a Cells in the Hall of Justice after the fire, April 18th, 1906.

 

:39b The New Hall of Justice, N. E. cor. Washington and Kearny, 1915

 

:40a S. F. [San Francisco] Police Commissioners, 1897. From left to right: Moses Ernest, Wm. Alvord, Chief of Police P. Crowley and Judge Tobin

 

:40b Left to right: Officer Nelson - Judge Karagan - Judge Graham. In the Square opposite Hall of Justice, April 1906.

 

:41b Refugee Camp at Lobus [Lobos] Square, foot of Van Ness Ave., April 1906 - Sergt. H. Sills of S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] in charge.

 

:48b West side of Kearny St. bet. Bush & Pine Sts. 1865. #115, T. E. Hecht.

 

:49a Pres. Roosevelt's visit to San Francisco looking east of Sutter St. from Kearny St. The Pres. in the back with his hat off.

 

:50a Looking North on Kearny St. from Market St. 1905.

 

:50b West side of Geary & Kearny St., 1905. Mar. 31, 1906. #541. T. E. Hecht, 2321 Cal. St.

 

:52a Looking west on Geary St. from Market St. in 1880

 

:52b Looking South on Kearny St. from Post St. in 1900. #589, T. E. Hecht.

 

:53a Looking north on Kearny St. form Market in 1886

 

:53b Looking south on Kearny St. from Sutter St. after the fire, 1906.

 

:55a Chronicle Bldg. N. E. cor. Kearny & Market Sts. 1916

 

:55b Calif. Theatre & #2 Engin. Co. North side of Bush St. bet. Kearny & Dupont St. in 1877

 

:56a Looking east on Market from 3rd Sts. 1915

 

:57a Looking north from Market & Kearny St. 1915

 

:57b N. W. cor. 5th & Mission, 1885. U. S. Mint

 

:58a Looking north on Kearny St. from Sutter St. 1915

 

:58b U. S. Mint cor. 5th and Mission Sts. 1900.

 

:59c Sutter St. cable car at Central Ave. & Sutter St. 1880

 

:60a 2nd Lincoln School, 5th St. 1906 after the fire.

 

:64 Geary St. cable car on Point Lobus [Lobos] Ave. and Masonic Ave. 1889

 

:65a Metropolitan Electric Car, Page St. 1895

 

:65b Warner's Cobweb Palace foot of Stockton St., 1876. Meggs [Meiggs] Wharf

 

:67a Warner's Cobweb Saloon, Meggs [Meiggs] Wharf, foot of Stockton St., 1876. Warner with High Hat in doorway.

 

:74a St. Francis Hotel, N. W. cor. Powell and Geary Sts. 1894. Two wings only.

 

:74b St. Francis Hotel, N. W. cor. Powell & Geary St., 1910. Three wings.

 

:75 St. Francis Hotel, N. W. cor. Powell & Geary Sts. 1913 - Three wings.

 

:76a Union Square looking south from Post St. 1915

 

:76c Union Square, 1917

 

:77 St. Francis Hotel and Union Square from Stockton St. 1917 - Four wings

 

:78 Star presented to Police Commissioner Jas. Woods by the St. Francis Hotel Co. Mr. Dohrmann, Mr. Scott, Mr. Woods and Jesse B. Cook.

 

:79 St. Francis Hotel Co. 1913. Jesse B. Cook [at far left], not of the St. Francis Co.

 

:81a China Town looking north from Dupont & Clay St., 1890

 

:87b China Town - looking north on Dupont from Pacific St. #878 T. E. Hecht.

 

:91a Ross Alley China Town looking north from Washington St. bet. Dupont & Stockton Sts. 1889

 

:91b Spofford Alley looking north from Clay bet. Dupont & Stockton Sts. China Town, 1889.

 

:94a Chinese Temple, China Town, S. F. [San Francisco], 1889.

 

:95a N. W. cor. Waverly Place & Clay St. S. F. [San Francisco], China Town, 1889

 

:96a Looking north on Dupont St. from Clay St. 1889, China Town

 

:96b Ross Alley from Washington St. bet. Dupont & Stockton St. S. F. [San Francisco], 1889.

 

:96c Chinese Women, S. F. [San Francisco] Calif. 1889. China Town, S. F. 1889.

 

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:97a Chinese Funeral on Stockton St. bet. Sacramento & Clay St. China Town 1889

 

:99 Sergt. Wm. A. Ross - Police Detail in the Chinese Quarter 1905

 

:100b Bartlett Alley looking North from Jackson St. bet. Kearny & Dupont St., China Town 1889

 

:101c Seal Rock and the Point with the Cliff House gone. Taken just after the Cliff House was burnt. 1907.

 

:104b Mission Dolores, 16th & Dolores St. 1895

 

:106a Mission Dolores, 16th & Dolores St. 1899

 

:107a Interior of the Mission Dolores, 1888

 

:110a St. Ignatius Church, N. W. cor. Hayes & Van Ness Ave. 1897

 

:110b St. Ignatius Church, N. W. cor. Hayes & Van Ness Ave. Destroyed by fire, April 18th, 1906

 

:113a Looking west from Odd-Fellows Cemetery, Geary bet. Parker Ave. & 1st Ave. 1909. #511

 

:114a Washington Square from Union to Filbert and from Powell & Stockton, July 4th, 1862. #206, T. E. Hecht.

 

:114b Looking west on Vallejo from Kearny St. St. Francis Church. 1307.

 

:115a Looking north from Union & Jones St. 1865. The house marked with a cross was my home in 1868. Jesse B. Cook. #120. Panorama from Russian Hill, 1874. T. E. Hecht.

 

:115b Looking west on Filbert from Stockton St. in 1865. The house marked with a cross is the house I lived in [sic] 1868. J. B. Cook

 

:116a Looking west on Green St. from Jones St., 1865. The house marked with a cross I lived in 1869 to 1876. J. B. Cook

 

:116b Green St. from [?] looking west in 1914. The three houses marked with the cross [sic] were built in 1860 and are still standing.

 

:117a Green St. south side bet. Leavenworth & Jones Sts. This is one of the houses built in 1860 and is still standing, 1916.

 

:117b Green St. south side two of the houses built in 1860 and still standing, 1917. Bet. Leavenworth & Jones Sts.

 

:119a Calif. St. from Sansome in 1856 looking west. #418. T. E. Hecht.

 

:119b Looking west on Pine St. from Jones St. 1870. #733. Pine St. above Taylor.

 

:120a Looking east from Powell bet. Calif. & Sacramento in 1867. View of waterfront, 1867. #59.

 

:120b Looking N. E. from cor. Sacramento & Powell Sts. in 1867. View from Nob Hill, 1867. T. E. Hecht.

 

:124a Looking west on Calif. St. from Kearny 1880.

 

:124b Looking east on Calif. St. from Powell 1880. #342 California Street, from Nob Hill

 

:127a Looking west on Calif. from Sansome St. in 1878.

 

:128a North side of Calif. St. bet. Montgomery & Kearny St. 1906 - Bldg. marked with cross was the San Francisco Savings Union Bank.

 

:129a Looking west on Calif. St. from Mason St. showing Crocker & Colton homes, 1880

 

:132 Portals in front of the A. N. Town Home, S. W. cor. Taylor & Calif. Destroyed by the fire of April 18th, 1906

 

:133 Portals of the past from the home of A. N. Town. Destroyed by the fire of April 18th, 1906 and now in Golden Gate Park. 1916

 

:134a Portals of the past in G. G. [Golden Gate] Park. 1917

 

:134b Same portals of the past in G. G. [Golden Gate] Park.

 

:135a Looking S. E. from Nob Hill on Calif. St. Hill, 1905. T. E. Hecht.

 

:135b San Francisco on fire, April 18th, 1906

 

:135c West fr. the Hall of Justice, Kearny & Washington. S. F. [San Francisco] 1916.

 

:136a Old Toll Road around Telegraph Hill, 1864

 

:136b Telegraph Hill from foot of Leavenworth St., 1865. #15, T. E. Hecht. Telegraph Hill - North Beach, 1865. White's ship yard

 

:137a Meigg's Wharf in 1865 from Taylor & Union St. #67 T. E. Hecht.

 

:139a Sea Wall foot of Sansome St. after the fire of April 18th, 1906

 

:140a Looking N. E. from Hyde & Lombard St. 1868. Black Point now known as Fort Mason in the distance.

 

:140b Looking N. W. from Telegraph Hill, 1868.

 

:141b Looking N. W. from Telegraph Hill, 1876. Greenwich [?] St. from Telegraph Hill Park, 1876.

 

:143b Looking north from Clay St. on Mason 1876. The building marked with a cross is the old Washington Grammar School. #76, T. E. Hecht. Russian Hill, 1876

 

:144a S.F. [San Francisco] Board of Police Commissioners, 1914

 

:144b Looking north from Sacramento & Mason Sts. 1868. The building marked with cross is the old Negro School, cor. Taylor & Vallejo

 

:145a S.F. [San Francisco] Board of Police Commissioners, 1914. Chief of Police D. A. White, Hon. Theo. J. Roche, Jesse B. Cook, Jas. Woods, and Dr. T. E. Shumate

 

:146b 1886. #308, Telegraph Hill from Nob Hill.

 

:148b St. Francis Catholic Church, Vallejo bet. Dupont & Montgomery Ave. 1870 - (now Columbus Ave.) #210. Bavaria Brewery. T. E. Hecht.

 

:149a St. Francis Church after the fire of April 18th, 1906 - Vallejo St. bet. Dupont & Mtg. [Montgomery] Ave.

 

:149b Looking S. E. from Green & Mason St. after the fire of April 18th, 1906. St. Francis Church in the center of photo.

 

:150a Looking N. E. from Vallejo & Mason after the fire of April 18th, 1906. Washington Square in the center of photo.

 

:150b Looking N. E. from Mason & Green St. after the fire of April 18th, 1906

 

:151a San Francisco, Calif. in 1850

 

:151b S. F. [San Francisco] Post Office, N. W. cor. Battery & Washington, 1869

 

:151c Looking N. E. from Sacramento & Powell in 1889. Old State Normal School in center.

 

:152a Looking N. E. from Russian Hill, 1867. #51, Telegraph Hill. T. E. Hecht.

 

:152b Looking N. E. from Mason & Green St. Washington Square in the center 1865. Telegraph Hill. T. E. Hecht.

 

:153a Looking N. E. from Mason & Green St. 1886. Washington Square in the center. #433. Telegraph Hill, July 1891. T. E. Hecht.

 

:153b Looking east on Greenwich from Leavenworth St. 1886 - Old Greenwich St. School with cross on.

 

:155a Looking east on Green St. from Taylor in 1906. Washington Square in center. #549, Telegraph Hill, April 6, 1906. T. E. Hecht.

 

:155b Looking north from roof on Sutter St. bet. Kearny & Montgomery St. See dome of Old Hall of Justice in center. #548. Telegraph Hill. T. E. Hecht.

 

:156a Looking N. West over roof from Masonic Temple, Post & Montgomery St. 1900. Bldg. with cross is the Calif. Hotel [California Hotel]

 

:156b Moving restaurant at S. W. cor. Geary & Fillmore St. after fire, April 18th, 1906

 

:157a The Old Maguire Opera House on Washington bet. Kearny & Montgomery and Chris Buckley's Saloon in 1869.

 

:157b Old Post Office, N. W. cor. Battery & Washington St. in 1869. Old Custom House before earthquake. T. E. Hecht.

 

:158a Old Custom House, S. W. cor. Battery & Jackson St. 1889. #491. T. E. Hecht.

 

:159b West side of Battery bet. Bush & Market St. in 1900. #507. T. E. Hecht. June 3, 1905

 

:160a South side of Bush St. bet. Kearny & Montgomery St.

 

:160b Looking west on Bush St. from Battery St. 1900

 

:161a Looking north on Battery St. from Market St. 1912

 

:161b N. W. cor. Battery & Bush St. 1913

 

:162 Looking north on Battery from Market 1916.

 

:163a N. W. cor. Battery & Bush St. 1913

 

:163b N. E. cor. Battery & Bush St. 1917

 

:164a Laying corner stone of Pres. James Garfield Monument in Golden Gate Park about 1884. #811. T. E. Hecht.

 

:166b Mid-winter Exposition in Golden Gate Park 1894

 

:167b The Old Park Police Station in Golden Gate Park 1898 - Police Officer Sam Tompson in Citizen dress.

 

:168a Golden Gate Park Police Station, 1915. Officer Wm. Hooper in the station door.

 

:168b Refugee Camp, Golden Gate Park, April 18th 1906

 

:169 An English Barque in S.F. Bay [San Francisco] 1910

 

:170b Alameda Co. Court House at San Leandro after the Earth Quake of 1868. Earth Quake lasted 42 second. A few minutes before 8 am, 6 people killed - loss - 450.000

 

:171a San Francisco & Alameda R. R. Earth Quake of 1868 at Alameda

 

:172a Oakland Presbyterian Church - Earth Quake of 1868

 

:182 Old Fort Point at the entrance of San Francisco Bay, 1888

 

:183a Looking N. W. from Greenwich & Larkin St. in 1869

 

:185b Savings Union Bank and Trust Company - San Francisco

 

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:3b 1903, looking west from Market & 3rd Sts.

 

:5a Looking N. E. from Powell & Sacramento Sts. in 1870

 

:6b Ferry Building, 1911

 

:8a Twin Peaks, City Hall, 1886. Mechanic's Pavilion, looking S. W. from City Hall Ave. & McAllister St.

 

:9b Baldwin Hotel on fire, cor. Powell & Market Sts.

 

:15a Warner's Saloon & Monkey house at Meggs [Meigg's] Wharf, 1880

 

:17d Capt. Mooney, S.F. [San Francisco] Police, 1913. Officer Backalich & Det. Sergt. McQuade

 

:18c Capt. Leah's House, 2475 Pacific Ave. 1918.

 

:19d The Thinker, G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1918

 

:21a Union Square, 1918. Chancellor Hotel, San Francisco

 

:22 Liberty Bell arrives at S.F. [San Francisco], Calif. 1915

 

:25b Pres. Roche - Jesse B. Cook - Chief D. A. White, Roche's son & Capt. Shea. S.F. Police Dept. 1915. Liberty Bell's arrival.

 

:26a S.F. [San Francisco] Traffic Officer at the cor. Post & Stockton, 1918, Offier Rakestraw

 

:27a Supervisor A. J. Gallagher, 1918

 

:27b 1. Officer Haskell, 2. Love, 3. Burke, 4. --, 5. Corpl. Tobin, 6. Sergt. Maloney [?], 7. Matron, 8. Matron Condon, 9. Corpl. Lackman [?], 10. Off. Coglin, 11. Sergt. Bidwell.

 

:28c Supervisor Wolf - 1918

 

:29a Supervisor Hilmer, 1918

 

:29b Car Strike, 1907. Police leading the first car out of the Turk St. --- [?] L. to R.: Off. Goff - Capt. Mooney - Capt. Gleeson

 

:30a Traffic Officer Levy at the cor. Post & Stockton, 1918

 

:30b Supervisor R. McLaren, 1918

 

:31 S.F. [San Francisco] Police Ball Committee

 

:33a Supervisor Oscar Hocks, 1918

 

:33b James Geffene alisa [sic] Pietro Torturica, murderer - with Officers Everett & Conlon 1915.

 

:34b Supervisor Jas. Powers, 1918

 

:35a Supervisor J. C. Kootick, 1918

 

:35b S.F. Police [San Francisco]. Jack Burke, Mike Burke, Ed Burke, Tom Burke

 

:36a Chas. Skelly at the Mexican Line, 1916

 

:36b Supervisor Chas. Nelson, 1918

 

:37b Chas. Skelly of S.F. [San Francisco] Police and J. K. Wilson, Chief of Police, San Diego, Calif. May 12, 1916

 

:38a The Race Track at Tia Juana [Tijuana] Mexico - 1916

 

:38b Supervisor C. J. Deasy, 1914

 

:39a Supervisor A. H. Giannini, 1914

 

:39b Race Track at Tijuana, Mexico, Chas. Skelly, 1916

 

:40c Supervisor Byron Mauzy, 1914

 

:41a East on Market from 3rd St. 1912

 

:41b [Man in uniform]

 

:43a Supervisor Tom Jennings, 1914

 

:44c Supervisor A. Voglesang, 1918

 

:45a Supervisor, Dr. G. E. Cagliera, 1914

 

:46d Supervisor P. Bancroft, 1914

 

:47a Supervisor Chas. A. Murdock, 1914

 

:48c Supervisor Murphy, 1914

 

:49a Supervisor Koshland, 1914

 

:50b Supervisor Wm. McCarthy, 1914

 

:51a Supervisor H. Payot, 1914

 

:52c Supervisor Geo. Gallagher, 1914, and Pres. Board of Education, 1919

 

:53a Supervisor Ed L. Nolan, 1914

 

:53b Sergt. Casey & Joe Murphy, 1916

 

:54d Supervisor Ed L. Nolan, 1913 & 1914

 

:57a Siberian Gambling Club. China Town, S.F. [San Francisco], known as the Ye Me Club. 1917

 

:57b S.F. [San Francisco] Police Officers, 1915.

 

:58a Chief Conlon & Bat. Chief Davis of the S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police] and two police officers standing in front of the Siberian Club. 1917

 

:58b Capt. D. O'Brien & Capt. Wright of the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1918

 

:59a Ross Alley San Francisco, 1918

 

:59b Police Officer Heines, murdered while on duty.

 

:60a San Francisco officer detail, S.F. Police Dept. 1918. 1. Capt. Shea, 2. Capt. Anderson, 3. Capt. Mooney, 4. Lieut. Green, 5. Capt. Carrol, 6. O'Meara, 7. Capt. Wall, 8. Lieut. Bunner, 9. Lieut. Lane, 10. Capt. McManus, 11. Capt. Wright.

 

:60b Siberian Chinese Club Rooms, Ross Alley, 1917

 

:61a Fan Tan Room in the Siberian Chinese Club, Ross Alley, 1917

 

:61c St. Mary's Church, cor. Calif. & Grant Ave., 1918

 

:62d The Lottery Room of the Siberian Chinese Club Ross Alley, 1917

 

:63 The get away room in the Siberian Chinese Club, Ross Alley, 1917

 

:64a Rear door leading to alley back of the Siberian Club.

 

:65a Sergt. Callinan of the Park Station, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1916

 

:65b Police photographer Geo. Blum taking a prisoner's photo, 1916

 

:66a Police photographer Geo. Blum taking the photo of a prisoner, 1916

 

:66b Mrs. Rolph presenting U.S. flag to the New Red Cross Hospital, McAllister & Hyde Sts. 1917. Mrs. Rolph & John Britton

 

:67b Officer Pyle, 1916

 

:69a Taking a finger print - Det. Bureau [of the] Police Dept., 1916

 

:70a Police Officer Herrin and the News Paper clipping Dept., S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1915

 

:71a The corridor between the Womens' Dept. and the Mens' Dept., City Prison, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.

 

:72a Mrs. Love, Matron at the City Prison, San Francisco, Calif., 1914

 

:73a Det. Sergt. M. Jackson, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1918 in his Navy uniform

 

:73b Dormitory for young girls at the City Prison, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1916

 

:74a Rear view of the cells in the Womens' Dept., City Prison, 1916

 

:75a Lieut. D. Matheson, now Capt. of Detectives, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1915

 

:76b Officer Moran of the Photo Dept., S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1918

 

:77b Lieut. Coogan, 1918, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.

 

:78a Lieut. Silvester of the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1918

 

:79a Police Officer Ed. Thompson, 1918

 

:80b Police Officer Wm. Heines, murdered

 

:81a Police Geo. Barry, S.F.P. Dept. [San Francisco Police], 1918

 

:84a Fire Detail in front of the Red Cross Hospital, McAllister & Hyde, 1919

 

:84b Southern Police Station, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1890

 

:85a Capt. O'Brien, Clerk to Chief of Police White, 1918

 

:86c Lieut. Herlily

 

:87a Sergt. Martin, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1918

 

:88c Officer Campbell at the Italian-Swiss Winery, 1916

 

:89a 1918, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Patrol Wagon in front of Hall of Justice

 

:89b S.F. [San Francisco] Police Patrol Wagon, 1918

 

:90a 1. Walter E. Harrington, 2. Dennis B. Devine, 3. John J . Donegan, 4. John J. O'Donnell, 5. Robert J. McDermott, 6. Thomas F. Flood, 7. George R. Vevoda, 8. Michael V. Burke (Sergt.), 9. Edward J. Glover, 10. J. Griffith Kennedy "2nd. Sergt.," 11. George M. Healy, 12. Herman C. Hextrum. Chinatown Squad, San Francisco, Cal. - from June 10, 1918

 

:90b Capt. O'Meara [?] and his Neutrality Squad for the War, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept, 1918 & 1919

 

:91a Capt. O'Meara and his Nutrality [Neutrality] Squad with there [sic] flue masks on, 1919. S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.

 

:91b Visit to San Francisco, Calif. 1915

 

:92a Det. Sergts. Detell [Detail] - Regan and Marion working in the Dr. W. C. Hasler bomb case, 1918

 

:94a Hall of Justice, San Francisco in 1899, cor. Washington & Kearny

 

:94b Mahoney, Flynn, --- [?], Budd, 1910

 

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:97b Harbor Police, San Francisco, 1896. Back Row, L. to R.: Dalton, Aitken, Mahoney, Donohue, Canin, Maning, Ferguson. Next Row: Dower, Smith, Holland, Janes, Dowd, Maher. Next Row: McGrath, Lake, Gwinn, Ellis, McGrevy, McGlynn, Haineberry. Next Row: Hall, Horigan, [?], Callahan, Whittle, Dillon, O'Malley, Cullum. Front Row: Fitzgibbons, Mahoney, Tom, Helms, Capt. Demley, Fitzgerald, Bunner, Avon, Cockril.

 

:98a Judge Sullivan holding court in the Square, Oct. 21, 1918, on account of the Influenza.

 

:98b Officer Geo. Holland and [?], S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1918

 

:99a Judge Sullivan, Police Court, holding court in the Square, Oct 21st, 1918. (Influenza)

 

:99b Officer Moran, 1899. 1st Calif. Inft. U.S.V., back from Manila, P. I. [Philippine Islands]

 

:100a Chief Dinan at Police Headquarters, 1906, at the S.W. cor. Pine & Larkin Sts. 1st auto owned by the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.

 

:100b Judge Sullivan holding court.

 

:101a "Mayor James Rolph, Jr. - Treasurer John. E. McDougald, presenting city of San Francisco one million dollar Liberty Loan Subscription"

 

:102b Chief D. A. White in the girls' dormitory, City Prison, 1918

 

:103a S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. and city officials at a review in the Civic Center.

 

:104d Police Officer Buckley of the Photo Dept., S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1918

 

:105a Officer La Place in 1918 - joined the U.S. Army as a private and was discharged as a Captain in 1919 at the close of the war. Police Officer La Place with Coxes Army, 1915

 

:106 San Francisco Police Dept.'s Patrol Boat, 1910

 

:107a First Mounted Police of the San Francisco Police Dept., 1900

 

:107b Police Dept. gathering junk for the Red Cross, 1918

 

:108 Grand Annual Concert and Ball, widows' and orphans' and association of the S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department]. February 22nd, 1919. Largest crowd ever assembled in the Exposition Auditorium, receipts, $38,700.00. Daniel J. O'Brien, Chairman, Executive Committee.

 

:109 Meeting of the Board of Police Commissioners, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1913. Left to right: Chief D. A. White, J. H. Spiro - Jesse B. Cook, James Woods, and Alick [Alex?] O'Grady

 

:110 Convention of Expert Finger Print Ass. at the P.P.I. Exposition [Panama-Pacific International Exposition], 1915. Det. Sergt. Jewell [second from left, top row], S.F. [San Francisco] Dept.

 

:111 1916 - Ball of the W. & O. A. Ass. of the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.

 

:116a How to take a pistol from [?]

 

An other position

 

:117a

 

:118c

 

:119d

 

:120a

 

:121a

 

:122b Birthday party given to Thos. R. Murphy, Jr., aged 2 years. Sept. 24, 1916. Thos. R. Murphy [far left], Chief of the S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept., 1916

 

School of instruction, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., 1918

 

:123a

 

:124d

 

:125c An other position of holding a prisoner

 

:126a An other position

 

:128 How to handle a person who is in a gas filled room.

 

:129 An other photo of a gas case

 

An other position in a gas case

 

:130a

 

:131a

 

:132a Geo. Primrose and his minstrels, 1916

 

:132b How to handle a person who has been asphyxiated

 

:133a An other position in a case of asphyxiation

 

:134c An other position of asphyxiation

 

:135c An other case of asphyxiation

 

:136a The same, an other position

 

:137a An other position

 

:138c Prof. Longfellow of the Red Cross. 1918

 

An other position, same case

 

:139a

 

:140c

 

:141b My trip to the top of Mt. Hood, Oregon, July 1918

 

:146a Seal Rocks at Cliff House, 1918

 

:146b Seal Rocks, Cliff House & Ocean Beach, 1918

 

:147a The Ocean Beach, San Francisco, Calif. with the people all with flew [sic] masks on, 1918

 

:147b An auto wreck in G. G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1918

 

:148a Sup. Judge Roche taking office

 

:149a Wreck of Fire Dept. Hose Wagon by a street car, 1918

 

:150a An other view of the same wagon, 1918

 

:151 Jap. [Japanese] Tea Garden, G.G. [Golden Gate] Park, 1918

 

:152 Rotary Club Girls & Boys Day at the Orpheum Theatre. J. B. Cook with the light suit on.

 

:154b John McDougald & party, City Treasurer, S.F. [San Francisco], Calif.

 

:156a John McDougald, City Treasurer & some friends

 

John McDougald & friends

 

:156b

 

:159a

 

:159b Looking west on Calif. from Sansome in 1876

 

:160b Looking S. W. fr. Calif. & Powell in 1870

 

:161a Ellis St. side of the Baldwin Hotel on fire, 1897

 

:163a San Francisco looking N. E. fr. Sacramento & Powell in 1870

 

Marshall Foch decorating the American colors & French & American officers in France 1918

 

:165a

 

:165b

 

:176 Pres. Taft breaking ground in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park and Chas. De Young holding the box for the Pres. to put the soil in

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915

 

:177

 

:178

 

:179 Pres. C.C. Moore receiving his appointment as Pres. of the P.P. Universal [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915

 

:180

 

:181

 

:182

 

:183 Grand Annual Concert and Ball, Police Dept. S.F. [San Francisco], Cal., 1918

 

Volume 7

 

:1 Mayor Rolph Jr. removing the turn table of the old Geary St. R.R., May 29th, 1913.

 

:2 Opening of the Van Ness Ave. car line, 1914. Capt. Matheson.

 

:3 1st Geary St. car, June 25, 1913. Supervisor Nolan and Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr.

 

:4 Opening of Geary St. line, June 25, 1913. Mayor Rolph and Supervisors in front line.

 

:5 Opening of the Geary St. car line at cor. Geary and Kearney [Kearny], June 25, 1913. Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr. talking.

 

:6 Opening Geary St. line, June 25th, 1913. L to R: Oscar Hocks, Mayor Rolph and Fred Hilmer and Det. Sergt. Gallagher in rear.

 

:7 Opening of Geary St. line, June 25th, 1913. First car at the Ferry.

 

:8 Opening of the Geary St. line, June 25th, 1913. First cars to pass at Geary and Kearny.

 

:9 First car on Geary St. at Kearny St. June 25th, 1913. Mayor Rolph at the car door.

 

:10a Opening of Potrero St. car line, 1914. L to R: Mayor Rolph, Pres. T. Riordon of the Boardof Works and Chief Engineer of Board of Works O'Shaughnessy.

 

:10b Same as above photo. [Opening of Potrero St. car line, 1914. L to R: Mayor Rolph, Pres. T. Riordon of the Board of Works and Chief Engineer of Board of Works O'Shaughnessy.

 

:11a Opening of the Potrero car line, 1914. Mayor Rolph talking at rear of car.

 

:11b First Van Ness Ave. car, 1914.

 

:12a First Potrero car. Chief D.A. White and Auditor Boyle standing together, 1914.

 

:12b First Potrero car, 1914. Mayor Rolph, Tim Reardon and Chief O'Shaughnessy of the Board of Works.

 

:13a Bus line to the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:13b First Geary St. car, June 25th, 1913. Mayor Rolph talking and John McDougala back of closed window.

 

:14a First car on Geary St. line. Mayor James Rolph at car window, 1913.

 

:14b First car on Geary St. line. Mayor Rolph at car window, 1913.

 

:15a Potrero and Van Ness cars at Market St. and Van Ness, 1914.

 

:15b Opening of Potrero car line, 1914. Mayor Rolph on stand.

 

:16a Potrero line, Mayor Rolph on stand, 1914.

 

:16b Potrero line, Mayor Rolph speaking.

 

:17a Potrero St. line, 1914. Supervisor Hayden on stand.

 

:17b Miss Carpenter, singing teacher, public schools, S.F. [San Francisco]

 

:18 Mayor Rolph laying the corner stone of the New City Hall, 1914.

 

:19a Mayor Rolph laying corner stone of the New City Hall, 1914.

 

:19b Corner stone City Hall, 1914.

 

Corner stone City Hall, 1914.

 

:20a

 

:20b

 

:21a City attorney Percy Long speaking at the laying corner stone City Hall, 1914.

 

:21b Architects of New City Hall, Bakewill and Brown and City attorney Percy Long, 1914.

 

:22a Corner stone New City Hall, 1914.

 

:22b Builder of the New City Hall, John D. McGilvray [?], 1914. The trowel used by the Mayor to lay the stone.

 

:23a Corner stone of the New City Hall, 1914.

 

:23b Corner stone New City Hall, 1914. Sup. Geo. Gallagher speaking.

 

:24a Supervisor Geo. Gallagher speaking, 1914.

 

:24b Miss Carpenter, singing teacher, S.F. [San Francisco] Public Schools, 1914.

 

:25 Corner stone laying New City Hall, 1914. Sup. Geo. Gallagher speaking.

 

:26 Box for the corner stone, New City Hall, 1914. Books and papers of record being put in by Sup. Geo. Gallagher.

 

:27 The Corner Stone Box of the New City Hall, 1914. Paul Bancroft, Judge McAter [McAteer], Hilmer, Manzie, Geo. Gallagher, Officer Bachalitch.

 

:28a Mayor Rolph driving the last horse car on Market St. This was the end of all the horse cars in the City, 1914. Sept. Jones at this side of Rolph.

 

:28b Last horse car in S.F. [San Francisco] on Market St. Mayor Rolph driving, 1914.

 

:29a Mr. T. Multally driving last horse car on Market St., S.F. [San Francisco], 1914.

 

:29b Jas. Rolph St. driving last horse car on Market St., 1914, and Supt. Jones of U.R.R. standing at the side of Mr. Rolph.

 

:34a Auditor T.F. Boyle receiving the cup in the ball game between the auditor office and treasurer's office at the Potrero Ball Park, Sept. 19-14.

 

:34b ? and T.F. Boyle at the Ball Game Sept. 19-14.

 

:35a Auditors Team in the Ball Game, Sept. 19-14.

 

:35b Treasurer J.E. McDougala in the Ball Game between his office and the Auditors, Sept. 19-14.

 

:36a Same game, Sept. 19-14. T.F. Boyle, Judge Deasy, and John E. McDougala.

 

:36b John E. McDougala and his team, Sept 19-14.

 

Columbus Day foot of Van Ness Ave., Oct. 12-1913.

 

:37a

 

:37b

 

:38a

 

:38b

 

:39a

 

:39b

 

:40a

 

:40b

 

K. of C. Oct. 12th, 1913. Foot of Van Ness Ave.

 

:41a

 

:41b

 

:42a

 

:42b

 

:43a

 

:43b

 

:44a

 

:44b

 

:45a

 

:45b

 

:46a

 

:46b

 

:47a

 

:47b

 

:48a

 

:48b

 

:49a

 

:49b

 

:50a

 

:50b Traffic Squad--S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. 1914.

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:51

 

:52

 

:53 Mrs. Jas. Rolph and Miss Rolph at P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:54 Ground breaking, Denmark Day. P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:55 Breaking ground for Denmark sight, P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1913.

 

:56 L to R: Judge W.W. Morrow, C.C. Moon, Mayor Rolph, 1915.

 

:57a Miss Carpenter at the sight of the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, singing, 1913.

 

:57b Sight [sic] of the P.P.I. [Panama Pacific-International] Exposition, 1915.

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:64

 

:65

 

:66a

 

:66b

 

:67a

 

:67b

 

:68a

 

:68b Breaking ground for the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, foot of Van Ness Ave., 1912.

 

:69a Breaking ground P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1913.

 

:69b P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition sight [sic], 1913.

 

:70a Bus line to the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:70b P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:71b Capts. Kelly and Conboy with the Ladies, 1908.

 

:72 P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:73a Sect. Ed Rainey taking a ride at the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:73b [Two men on a beached hydroplane, "Christofferson" written on the plane.]

 

:74a First direct telephone between the Atlantic and Pacific, 1915.

 

:74b P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:75 One of the last horse cars on Market St., 1914.

 

:77b U.S. Transport S.S. Sherman returning with 1st Calif. Regt. from Manilla [Manila] Spanish American War, 1899.

 

:78a Pacific Mail S.S. City of Pekin [Peking] leaving San Francisco, Calif. with the 1st Calif. Regt. for Manilla [Manila] in 1898. Spanish American War.

 

:78b Camps at the Presidio, Spanish American War, 1898.

 

:79a Spanish American War, 1898, at the Presidio.

 

:79b Y.M.C. Ass. Building cor. G.G. [Golden Gate] Ave. and Jones. Pres. Taft talking.

 

:80a Y.M.C. Ass. Building. Pres. Taft talking in full uniform in front. Chief Couk, Lieut. Wright and Capt. Gleeson, 1909.

 

Y.M.C. Ass. Building cor. G.G. [Golden Gate] Ave. and Jones, 1909.

 

:80b

 

:81a

 

:81b

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition.

 

:84a

 

:84b

 

P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915.

 

:85a

 

:85b

 

:86a

 

:86b

 

:87a

 

:87b

 

:88a

 

:88b

 

:89a

 

:89b

 

:90a

 

:90b

 

:91a

 

:91b Dining tent with Buffalo Bills Circus, 1909.

 

:94a Islam Shrine at Sacramento, 1915.

 

:94b Islam Shrine Band, 1915.

 

:95 The Theater at San Quentin Prison, 1913.

 

:96 The Theater at San Quentin Prison.

 

:97 A vaudeville show given by the prisoners at San Quentin Prison.

 

:98 Vaudeville at San Quentin Prison.

 

Vaudeville by Prisoners at San Quentin.

 

:99

 

:100

 

:101 Vaudeville at San Quentin Prison, the Band and all are prisoners.

 

:102 Vaudeville at San Quentin Prison, 1913.

 

San Quentin Prison, 1913.

 

:103

 

:104

 

:105

 

:106

 

San Quentin Prison.

 

:107

 

:108

 

:109

 

:110

 

:111

 

:112

 

:113

 

:114

 

:115

 

:116

 

:119b Mayor Rolph laying the corner stone at City Hall, 1913.

 

:121a Chief White talking to the Det. Dept., 1918. Capt. Shea, Jesse B. Cook.

 

:121b Building wrecked and a number of people killed, S.W. cor. Steuart and Market. Prepared parade, July 22, 1916.

 

:121c Same parade, removing the dead.

 

:123a Same parade, putting the wounded into the ambulance.

 

:123b Same, the hole it blew into the building.

 

:123c Same parade, parts of the bomb.

 

:124a Same parade, the people on the opposite side of the street watching removal of the dead.

 

Steuart St. from Market, 1918.

 

:125a

 

:126b

 

:127c Same Preparedness parade, the hole the bomb made.

 

:128a Same Preparedness parade, the hole the bomb made in the building, S.W. cor. Market and Steuart, 1916.

 

:129c Same parade the hole in the wall the bomb made.

 

:130a Same parade showing the hole in the building.

 

:131a Same parade showing the interior of the building that was damaged by the bomb, 1916.

 

:134b Mrs. Geo. Blum and her twins.

 

:141b A group of S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. detectives, 1912.

 

:142a The theater at San Quentin Prison, 1916.

 

:145 [The Rotary Club of San Francisco in front of White Lunch, 1917. Jesse B. Cook pictured in the front row holding a white hat.]

 

:148a Res. of Council Larkin at Monterey, Calif., 1834.

 

:148b Mexican Custom House at Monterey, Calif., 1814.

 

:149a Home of Robt. [Robert] Louis Stevenson. Built in 1814, Monterey, Calif.

 

:149b First Capitol of Calif. at Monterey, 1849.

 

:152a First theater in Calif., 1847. Monterey, Calif.

 

:152b Old doby [adobe?] Pacific House, 1834. Monterey, Calif.

 

:153a 1st Federal Court in Calif., 1836. Monterey, Calif.

 

:153b Home of Gen. Alvarado, 1836. Monterey, Calif.

 

:154a 1st Bridge bldg. erected in Calif. 1849 at Monterey, Calif.

 

:155 Training camp, U.S. sailors at Mare Island, 1917.

 

:156a-c Cooks at the same camp, Mare Island, 1917.

 

:157a N.S.G. [Native Sons of the Golden] West Parade, Sept. 9th, 1915. Mayor Rolph.

 

:157b N.S.G.W. [Native Sons of the Golden West] Parade, Sept. 9th, 1915. Supervisor A.J. Gallagher.

 

:159a Draft parade, Sept. 21-17. Grand stand.

 

Draft parade, Sept. 21-17.

 

:159b

 

:160a

 

:161a At Manilla [Manila], 1898. [1st regiment California volunteers.]

 

:161b [Alcalde Band, N.S.G.W., Native Sons of the Golden West] 1917.

 

:162a Lake La Hunda [Honda?] near the Relief Home, San Francisco, Calif. 1918.

 

:163 Mayor Rolph taking office, 1912, and ex-Mayor McCarthy shaking his hand. [Jesse B. Cook pictured to the far right.]

 

:164 Mayor Rolph with the Read and Rolph family as he takes his seat as the Mayor of S.F. [San Francisco] Calif. for the first time, January 1913.

 

:165 Mayor and Mrs. Rolph leaving the New City Hall after the opening, 1916.

 

:166 Mayor and Mrs. Rolph opening for the first time the New City Hall, 1916. 1)Supervisor McLarin 2)Mayor Rolph 3)Mrs. Rolph 4)T. Reardon of Works Board 5)Supervisor F. Hilmer.

 

:167b Mayor and Mrs. Rolph opening the door of the City Hall for the 1st time, 1916.

 

:167c John E. McDougala, Treasurer of S.F. [San Francisco] Calif., 1919.

 

:168a L to R: top, Judge Deasy, Judge Brady, Mayor Rolph, Judge Shortall and Judge Oppenheim, 1917.

 

:168b Sect. Ed. Rainey at his desk in the Mayor's office, 1918.

 

:169a Miss Gregory at her desk in the Mayor's office, 1918.

 

:169b Miss ? at her desk in the Mayor's office, 1919.

 

:170 Laying the last cap at the New City Hall, April 1-16.

 

:171a Old Board Room of the Supervisors, Old City Hall, Larkin and McAllister, 1889.

 

:171b New City Hall, 1915.

 

:172a Auditorium, 1916.

 

:173a Laying the corner stone of the New Library, April 15-16, Larkin and McAllister. Mayor Rolph talking and ex-Mayor Taylor seated at his side.

 

:173b Jack McGilvary and ex-Mayor Taylor standing and talking, April 15-16, at the Library.

 

:174a Standing together, Jack McGilvary, Mayor Rolph and ex-Mayor Taylor at the laying of the corner stone for the New Library, April 15-16.

 

:174b Laying the corner stone for the New Library cor. Larkin and McAllister St. April 15-16.

 

:175a Mrs. Rolph helping to lay the corner stone for the New Library, April 15-16.

 

:175b Joe O'Conner, Mayor Rolph and ex-Mayor Taylor at the Corner Stone Laying of the New Library, April 15-16.

 

:176a Laying of the corner stone for the New Library, April 15-16.

 

:176b Mayor Rolph laying the corner stone for the New Library, April 15-16.

 

:177a Judge T.I. Fitzpatrick taking his seat, January 8th 1916, as a Police Judge.

 

:178a Ex-Chief of Police John Seymour, 1911.

 

:178b Judge M. Brady taking his seat as a Police Judge.

 

:179 Mayor Rolph taking a trip across the Bay in a airship, 1917.

 

:180 Seeing the Draft Boys off for Europe, 1917.

 

:181a Dr. Gallagher the coroner and his staff, 1917.

 

:181b Judge Roche taking his seat as a Superior Judge, 1918.

 

:182 Ex-Mayor E.E. Schmidtz [Schmitz], 1918.

 

U.S. Marshal Hoolahan, 1919.

 

:183a

 

:184a

 

:184b Mrs. Rolph, Mayor Rolph and Ass. Sect McAter [McAteer], 1918.

 

:185a Lieut. F. Leman, 1919.

 

:185b Inspection Police Dept. 1913. Jas. Woods and Mayor Rolph inspecting.

 

:186a-c Three part panorama of San Francisco. [1915]

 

Volume 8

 

:1 Laying the corner stone of the New City Hall. Mayor James Rolph Jr., Rolph Family, Supervisor P. Bancroft, James Rolph Sr.

 

:2b N.E. cor. Mission and Potter St., now 12th St., 1879. Clay Green's parents home and his birthplace. Afterwards Spaulding School for Boys.

 

:3a Looking West on Mission St. from 3rd, 1915.

 

:3b Home of Jesse B. Cook, 37th Ave. and Geary St., 1915. Jesse B. Cook and Miss Emily Pellow.

 

:4a Looking North on 3rd St. from Mission St., 1915.

 

:4b Supervisor Payot, 1914.

 

:5 Looking West on Mission St. from 3rd, 1915.

 

:6 Looking North on 3rd St. from Mission St., 1915.

 

:12b Looking East on Market St. from Davis in 1906.

 

:13b Jesuits Church and College, 1865, where Emporium now stands, Market between Powell and Stockton.

 

:18b N.W. cor. California and Montgomery St. in 1910.

 

:19 Jesse B. Cook.

 

:24b First Calif. Reg. returning from Manilla [Manila], Phill. Isl. [Philippine Islands].

 

:25a Looking East on Market St. from Grant Ave. in 1897. See Call and Palace Hotel on right.

 

:25b Looking East on Market from Powell, see the Baldwin Hotel on the left and the Emporium, Academy of Sciense [sic] and James Flood Blds. on the right.

 

:26a Crocker Bldg. after the fire, 1906.

 

:27a Looking West on Market from Main St., 1895.

 

:27b Looking East on Market St. from Mason St. at the time of the fire, April 18, 1906.

 

:29a S.E. corner of Grand Hotel. Market bet. New Montgomery and 2nd St., 1870.

 

:30a Palace Hotel in 1895.

 

:31b Palace Hotel after the fire, April 18th, 1906.

 

:33c Court of the Old Palace Hotel, 1895.

 

:34c Old Baldwin Hotel cor. Powell and Market in 1879.

 

:38a Saloon of J.P. Dunne's, N.W. cor. Stockton and Ellis St.

 

:40 Mayor Rolph tearing up the turntable of the Geary St. R.R. at the cor. Market and Geary, 1914.

 

:41c West fr. Telegraph Hill, 1889.

 

:49b N.E. cor. Sansome and Sutter St. in 1915.

 

:50a Looking North on Sansome from Market St., 1915.

 

:52a Temple Emanu-El on Sutter St. bet. Stockton and Powell, 1868.

 

:52b Looking East on Sutter St. from Leavenworth St. after the fire, April 18th, 1906. [Showing the Hotel Fairmont and Temple Emanu-El.]

 

:53a Temple Emanu-El before the fire of April 18th, 1906.

 

:53b Temple Emanu-El after the fire of April 18th, 1906.

 

:54a Star King's Church on Geary St. South side bet. Grant Ave. and Stockton in 1879.

 

:54b Looking East on Geary St. from Stockton. See the Chronicle and Palace at end of street, 1895.

 

:57a Looking North on Grant Ave. from Post St., 1912.

 

:59 Jesse B. Cook, Property Clerk. San Francisco Police Dept., 1907.

 

:60b My Mother Mrs. Mary P. Cook, taken in 1868.

 

:61 Jesse B. Cook taking his oath of office as Chief of Police, San Francisco, Calif., January 8th, 1908 and Col. A.D. Cutter, Pres. of Police Commission.

 

:67 Board of Police Commissioners, January 1909. Chief of Police Jesse B. Cook, Pres. Col. A.D. Cutter, Com. Legget and Com. Keith.

 

:68 [Jesse B. Cook]

 

:72b The City Hall from McAllister St. looking West, 1889.

 

:73b Looking S.W. from McAllister and Leavenworth, 1889. The Building marked with cross is the Mechanics Pavilion.

 

:74a Interior on the old Hall of Records after the fire of April 18th, 1906. The white on floor are burnt records.

 

:75b City Hall from Hyde St. in 1889.

 

:76b City Hall after the dome was put on and after the fire of April 18th, 1906.

 

:77 N.E. corner of the City Hall the morning of the earthquake and fire. April 18th, 1906--The City Rec. Hospital was in the basement of this corner of the building.

 

:78a Looking N.E. from Polk and Fulton St. after the fire of April 18th, 1906.

 

:78b Looking N.E. from City Hall Ave. and Larkin St. after the fire of April 18th, 1906.

 

:79a Removing the coin from the vaults of the Treasurer, 1906.

 

:79b Coffee Dan a pioneer of San Francisco. In 1879 he kept a restaurant S.W. cor. Sutter and Kearny in the basement and I use to get my coffee there.

 

:81 The New Auditorium of the City and County of S.F. [San Francisco], 1914.

 

:84 Queen of the China Town celebration, 1915.

 

:88a Betha Israel Synagogue, South side of Geary St. bet. Octavia and Laguna St., 1900.

 

:88b The old Jewish Synagogue and at the time of the fire April 18th, 1906 was the First Church of Christ Science, N.E. cor. Post and Taylor St.

 

:94a St. John's Church. Old church at the cor. 15th and Julian Ave. at the time of the fire of April 18th, 1906.

 

:95a The old church on Powell between Union and Filbert St. at the time of the fire, April 18th, 1906.

 

:110b Looking East on Calif. St. from Powell, 1880.

 

:111a Looking North on Kearny from Pine, about 1890.

 

:112a Looking West on Calif. St. in 1914.

 

:112b Looking North on Powell from Post St. in 1889.

 

:116b N.W. cor. Calif. and Fillmore St. in 1914.

 

:117a Star King Church, S.W. cor. Geary and Gough St. in 1911.

 

:117b San Francisco from Twin Peaks, looking East, in 1915.

 

:119a Geary St. bet. Grant Ave. and Stockton in 1916.

 

:120 Looking West from back of the New City and County Hospital in 1916.

 

:121 High pressure pumping station at Fort Mason, 1916.

 

:122a Opening of the phone wire between San Francisco and New York City, 1915.

 

:122b Marshall Square opp. 8th St. on Market St., 1914.

 

:123a Looking down Market St. from 8th St. in 1912.

 

:123b Opening of the phone wire between San Francisco and New York City, P.P.I.Ex. [Panama-Pacific International Exposition], 1915.

 

:124a N.W. Marshall Square and Market before Grove St. was put through, 1914.

 

:124b S.W. cor. Polk and McAllister St., 1910.

 

Two photos of the Newton J. Tharpe Commercial School. Grove St. bet. Polk and Van Ness Ave., 1910.

 

:128 Front view of Dan Lynch's wagon fruit stand on Market bet. Steuart and Spear St., 1913.

 

:133a Looking across San Francisco from the South in 1915.

 

:134 S.W. cor. Fillmore and Ellis St., 1910.

 

:135 Parade of autos on Market St., 1915. East from Kearny.

 

7th Ave. or the road to the Alms House, 1912.

 

:138 Old church S.E. corner Gough and Eddy St., 1914.

 

:139a Lincoln Way looking East in 1914.

 

:139b Calif. St. looking East from Parker Ave., 1914.

 

:141a North side of Calif. St. from Parker Ave., looking East, 1914.

 

:141b Mrs. Geo. Blum and two daughters, 1916.

 

Annual Banquet, Traveler's Protective Association of America. Hotel Argonaut, Dec. 26, 1908. [Photograph in two parts.]

 

:146 Sergt. Jesse B. Cook in 1895.