San Francisco History

1906 San Francisco Earthquake Stereoviews

Please note that only one side of the stereoviews is presented here.
The photographer is unknown.

1001. Earthquake and fire wreck of the Magnificent Huntington and Flood Palaces and Fairmount Hotel.
1002. Opening the safes of a Market Street Jewelry Store, San Francisco, after the Catastrophe.
1003. Effect of Earthquake on Market St. Pavement. Ferry Bldg. Tower in distance, San Francisco.
1006. Showing Devastation by Earthquake and Fire, Building containing the Municipal Records.
1007. Down California St. from Fairmount Hotel, the Fire swept District of San Francisco.
1009. Bound for the Ferry after the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Disaster of April 18, 1906.
1010. San Francisco's Six-Million-Dollar City Hall, containing the Municipal Records wrecked by Earthquake.
1011. The utter Desolation of San Francisco from the Water Front, Fairmount Hotel on Nob Hill in distance.
1012. A Row of Earthquake wrecked Cottages on Steiner and Busch [sic] Streets, San Francisco.
1013. Bringing order out of Chaos of San Francisco's Ruins. Opening up impassable Streets.
1014. Emergency Camp and Costume of San Francisco's young ladies who lost everything in the disaster.
1015. A Chinese Chef driven from Kitchen to Curb by the San Francisco Earthquake disaster, April 18, 1906.
1016. Out Door Kitchens. Ruptured Chimneys forced San Francisco to cook on the street for several weeks.
1017. Tonsorial Establishment in Temporary Quarters at Ft. Mason Refugee after the Disaster.
1018. Glimpse of the Fire Devastated Heart of San Francisco from the Huntington Palace on California St.
1019. The Beautiful Homes on Pacific Ave. damaged by Earthquake, San Francisco, April 18, 1906.
1020. Cracks caused by Earthquake in the walls of San Francisco's New Granite Post Office Bldg.
1021. Jim Forrest's Camp, where 20 tons of Provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco Refugees.
1022. A Glimpse of the Quiet Camp Life of Refugees in Golden Gate Park after the San Francisco Disaster.
1023. Union Square, San Francisco, showing Dewey Monument, the Call and Dana Bldgs.
1024. The Ruins of Streets and homes of wrecked district at Van Ness and Vallejo Sts., San Francisco.
1025. Earthquake wrecked Spires and Walls of St. Dominic's Cathedral, San Francisco, April 18, 1906.
1026. The New Masonic Temple on Sutter Street badly wrecked by the San Francisco Earthquake.
1027. Ft. Mason Refugee Campers and their belongings saved from the Flames of burning San Francisco.
1028. Gathering a Few Home Relics at the Ruins of Wenban Palace, Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.
1029. A Make-Shift Camp on the Border of Desolation in the Fire scourged District of San Francisco.
1030. Refugee's Snug Camp in the Shades of Columbia Park, San Francisco Fire swept district.
1031. A Family of Refugees waiting for Dinner in Camp at Ft. Mason after the San Francisco Disaster.
1032. The wreck of the Beautiful St. Luke's Church on Van Ness Ave., devastated by Earthquake and Fire.
1033. Los Angeles Relief Camp in Golden Gate Park. 10,000 people were fed there each day.
1034. The Refugee Camps and Shelters at Ft. Mason after the Earthquake and Fire Disaster, San Francisco.
1035. A Temporary Relief Camp, Police Headquartes and Registration Bureau on Van Ness Av., San Francisco.
1036. St. Mary's Cathedral Bread Line where the little Tots were not forgotten, San Francisco Disaster.
1037. Light Hearts and Heavy Burdens leaving the long Bread Line at St. Mary's Cathedral.
1038. The Destruction of San Francisco April 18, 1906, Showing Market Street and Ferry Bldg. Tower.
1039. The Union Ferry Station Showing Earthquake and Fire Devastated water front section of San Francisco.
1040. San Francisco Refugees Camped by the Wayside and Cooking their Rations in the Gutters.
1041. The Earthquake Ruptured Pavement and Fire Wrecked Mansions on Van Ness Ave., San Francisco.
1042. Seeking for Treasures in the Ruins of the Once Magnificent Crocker Home, California st., San Francisco.
1043. Ruined Palaces on Van Ness Ave., wiped out by the Fire and Earthquake of April 18, 1906.
1044. Serving out Army Supplies to Unending Bread Line of Refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco Disaster.
1045. The Ruin of San Francisco from California and Jones St., showing Havoc by Earthquake and Fire.
1046. Wreck and Ruin of Chinatown District in San Francisco, Destroyed by Fire and Earthquake April 18, '06.
1048. Mission Street Car Track and Pavement, showing the resistless Power of Earthquake, April 18, 1906.
1049. Jim Forrest and his Supply Camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.
1050. The Wreck of San Francisco Jewish Synagogue in Foreground from Sutter and Powell Sts.
1051. The Fire Devastated Fairmount Hotel Crowning Nob Hill California St., San Francisco, April 18, 1906.
1052. San Francisco Disaster, Victims Leaving Town with bag and baggage.
1053. Market Street, San Francisco's great Thoroughfare, showing effect of Earthquake on the Street.
1054. Searching for Trinkets in Front of the Once Magnificent Crocker Palace, San Francisco.
1055. The Never-ending Search for the Missing in the Earthquake and Fire Devastated Ruins of San Francisco.
1056. A Millionaire's Home on Van Ness Ave., Devastated by Earthquake and Fire April 18, 1906.
1057. Wrecked Masonic Temple and Jewish Synagogue on Geary Street, San Francisco, April 18, 1906.
1058. The beautiful Spreckles residence destroyed by fire and earthquake, San Francisco.
1059. The Wreck of San Francisco Magnificent City Hall Building destroyed by Earthquake and Fire.
1060. The Fire Wrecked Street Cars and Once Beautiful Residence District on California St.


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