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History in photographs (San Francisco Earthquake 1906)

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History in photographs (San Francisco Earthquake 1906)

  1. 1. Refugees filing en masse along Market Street toward Ferry Building.
  2. 2. Refugee camp near Protestant Orphan Asylum. Market and Buchanan Streets.
  3. 3. Refugee camp, Fort Mason.
  4. 4. Relief camp with refugee tents.
  5. 5. S.F. Red Cross and Relief, No. 3, Camp Ingleside, July 1907.
  6. 6. San Francisco rising from ruins, April 18, 1907. View southeast from Nob Hill showing reconstruction progress.
  7. 7. Street scene at foot of Market Street.
  8. 8. Street scene, Geary St. looking toward Market.
  9. 9. Telegraph Hill. From Ferry Building
  10. 10. Temporary houses. Golden Gate Park.
  11. 11. Tilted wooden-frame houses, Howard St. between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets.
  12. 12. U.S. Army Field Hospital. Picturing nurse, officers, and horse-drawn ambulance.
  13. 13. Woman and children at refugee camp.
  14. 14. Woman holding bottle amid glass debris.
  15. 15. Woman sitting on edge of fault crevice.
  16. 16. Women and children refugees posing along a row of makeshift dwellings.
  17. 17. Women at flooded lot. Refugee tents in background.
  18. 18. View east down California St. from Nob Hill above Dupont (Grant) St. Merchants' Exchange Building, right.
  19. 19. View on Market Street.

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