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Collection — Box: 01
Identifier: PC -RM -Fardon
Overview One photograph album containing 12 black and white, salted paper prints. Photographed by G.R. Fardon and published in 1865, the images are considered the earliest published photographic record of an American city. Photographs document the development of downtown San Francisco. Photographs primarily document churches and fire houses in San Francisco.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: PC -003
Content Description Consists of photos showing damage to identified buildings and streets in San Francisco, Calif., following the 1906 earthquake and fire. Buildings depicted include City Hall, Jackson Brewery, St. John church, Poodle Dog restaurant, Hale Bros., Lick Baths, St. Ignatius church, Tivoli Theater, U.S. Mint, Grand Hotel, Palace Hotel, Temple Emanu-El, California Pioneers, Call Building, and the Emporium. Several images display views along Mission Street and various side streets. Includes a view of Nob...
Identifier: PC-SF-Streets: Box [number]
Overview Contains photographs and picture postcards with images of San Francisco street scenes depicting buildings, people, and events, as well as views of entire blocks and intersections that are identified, and general views of the city from the 1830s to the 1980s.
Identifier: PC-SF: Box [number]
Overview Contains photographs and picture postcards depicting scenes of San Francisco places, people and events from the 1850 to the 1980s
Identifier: PC-RM-Stereos: Box 06_Reilly
- Subject: San Francisco (Calif.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Pictorial works X