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Stereograph Cards of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906
BANC PIC 1989.018--STER
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Jim Forrest's Camp, where 20 Tons of Provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco Refugees.
A Glimpse of the Quiet Camp Life of Refugees in Golden Gate Park after the San Francisco Disaster.
Union Square, San Francisco, showing Dewey Monument, the Call and Dana Bldgs.
The Ruins of Streets and homes, of wrecked district at Van Ness and Vallejo Sts., San Francisco.
Earthquake wrecked Spires and Walls of St. Dominic's Cathedral, San Francisco, April 18, 1906.
The New Masonic Temple on Sutter Street badly wrecked by the San Francisco Earthquake.
Ft. Mason Refugee Campers and their belongings saved from the flames of burning San Francisco.
Gathering a few Home Relics at the Ruins of the Wenban Palace, Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.
A Make-Shift Camp on the Border of Desolation in the Fire scourged District of San Francisco.
Refugees' Snug Camp in the Shades of Columbia Park, San Francisco Fire Swept District.
A Family of Refugees waiting for Dinner in Camp at Ft. Mason...San Francisco Disaster.
The wreck of the Beautiful St. Luke's Church on Van Ness Ave., devastated by Earthqake and Fire.
Los Angeles Relief Camp in Golden Gate Park. 10,000 people were fed there each day.
The Refugee Camps and Shelters at Fort Mason after the Earthquake and Fire Disaster, San Francisco.
A Temporary Relief Camp, Police Headquarters and Registration Bureau on Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.
St. Mary's Cathedral Bread Line where the little Tots were not forgotten, San Francisco Disaster.
Light Hearts and Heavy Burdens leaving the Long Bread Line at St. Mary's Cathedral.
The Destruction of San Francisco, April 18, 1906, Showing Market Street and Ferry Bldg. Tower.
The Union Ferry Station showing Earthquake and Fire Devastated water front section of San Francisco.
San Francisco Refugees Camped by the Wayside and Cooking their Rations in the Gutters.
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