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1981.47.1-LAN Telegraph Hill after the fire of 1906.
1981.47.2-LAN San Francisco burning, 1906.
1981.47.3-LAN An actual view of the burning of S.F. as seen by an eye witness.
1981.47.4-LAN San Francisco burning, 1906. [Includes Goldberg, Bowen & Co.; The White House.]
1981.47.5-LAN San Francisco burning, from the bay.
1981.47.6-LAN San Francisco at night. [colored] Same as #4.
1981.47.7-LAN From under the heavy hand of fate--City Hall, S.F., after the earthquake and fire disaster of April 18, 1906.
1981.47.8-LAN Ruins [of the] Palm Court, Palace Hotel, S.F.
1981.47.9-LAN Fallen Columns, City Hall, S.F.
1981.47.10-LAN Ruins of Children's Playground, S.F.
1981.47.11-LAN Earthquake Humps, S.F.
1981.47.12-LAN Twisted machinery, Examiner Building, S.F.
1981.47.13-LAN S.F. Earthquake freak - twisted column.
1981.47.14-LAN San Francisco as it appeared after earthquake and fire had done its worst. View from Government Mint
1981.47.15-LAN The United States Mint Bldg. saved in the very heart of the burned district as by a miracle. S.F. earthquake and fire disaster, April 18, 1906.