The James MacMullen photographs of the San Francisco earthquake and fire, 1906, between 1905-1930, (SAFR 24259, P95-043) are
comprised mainly of photographs of the damage caused as a result of the April 18, 1906, earthquake and subsequent fires in
San Francisco, California. There is also one photograph of a painting of BLUNTS REEF NO. 83 (built 1904; lightship) and an
unidentified three-masted ship. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use.
James MacMullen (1858-1933) was a newspaper reporter. He left New Jersey for San Francisco, California, in 1888. He got a
job as a newspaper reporter, eventually working his way up to managing editor of the San Francisco Daily Morning Call. In
1899, he moved to San Diego, California, to manage the San Diego Union and eventually the San Diego Evening Tribune.
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