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Stereograph Cards of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906
BANC PIC 1989.018--STER
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Earthquake and fire wreck of the Magnificent Huntington and Flood Palaces and Fairmont Hotel.
Opening the Safes of a Market Street Jewelry Store, San Francisco, after the Catastrophe.
Effect of Earthquake on Market Street Pavement. Ferry Bldg. Tower in distance, San Francisco.
Wrecking Dangeous Walls in the Shaken and Burned District of San Francisco. April 18, 1906.
A Government Relief Boat at Oakland loading Supplies for the Stricken City of San Francisco.
Showing Devastation by Earthquake an Fire, Building containing the Municipal Records.
Down California St, from Fairmount Hotel, the Fire Swept District of San Francisco.
San Francisco's Magnificent City Hall and Hall of Records, Destroyed by Fire and Earthquake.
Bound for the Ferry after the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Disaster of April 18, 1906.
San Fancisco's Six-Million-Dollar City Hall, containing the Municipal Records wrecked by Earthquake.
The utter Desolation of San Francisco from the Water Front, Fairmount Hotel on Nob Hill in distance.
A Row of Earthquake wrecked Cottages on Steiner and Busch Streets, San Francisco.
Bringing order out of Chaos of San Francisco's Ruins. Opening up Impassable Streets.
Emergency Camp and Costume of San Francisco's young ladies who lost everything in the disaster.
A Chinese Chef driven from Kitchen to Curb by the San Francisco Earthquake Disaster, April 18, 1906.
Outdoor Kitchens. Ruptured Chimneys forced San Francisco to cook on the street for several weeks.
Tonsorial Establishment in Temporary Quarters at Ft. Mason Refugee Camp after the Disaster.
Glimpse of the Fire Devastated Heart of San Francisco from the Huntington Palace on California St.
The Beautiful Homes on Pacific Ave, damaged by Earthquake, San Francisco, April 18, 1906.
Cracks caused by Earthquake in the walls of San Francisco's New Granite Post Office Bldg.
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