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2001-0024. View of site of San Francisco (formerly called Yerba Buena) from across the bay. At left is a trading schooner of Jacob P. Leese. The houses of William Richardson and Leese, the only two structures in Yerba Buena at the time, are directly above the prow of the ship's boat. Five men are in a rowboat at left; two large three-masted sailing ships are in the bay at right; other ships in the distance. Text below the print (left): Lith of Britton & Rey, S.F.; (right) From a drawing by John J. Vioget. Text below the title: Entered according to Act of Congress, on the 31st of July, 1867, by J.J. DuPrat, in the Clerk's Office of the district Court of the United States, for the District of California. Negative, no. 28,486 (4 x 5 in.) color transparency; similar b/w print, accession no. 2006-0236, filed in Prints-F-Map: San Francisco 1837; photograph in the Photograph File under "San Francisco: 1835-1848" made from a loaned negative.
Pictorial works. Nonprojected graphic
1 print : lithograph, hand col. ; 16 1/2 x 22 1/2 in.
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