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Title
Panoramic view of San Francisco, California, taken from the vicinity of Seventh and Market Streets immediately before and directly after the fire April 18, 1906. [upper image] Dear old San Francisco, Panorama taken from Market & Seventh St., April 14, 1906. [No. 237.] [lower image] San Francisco after the fire. Panorama taken from Market & Seventh St., April 28 [?], 1906. [No. 235?]
Creator
Pillsbury Picture Co
Contributor
Pillsbury Picture Co
Date Created and/or Issued
April 14/April 28 1906
Publication Information
CaliforniaHistoricalSociety, North Baker Research Library, 678 Mission Street,San Francisco, CA 94105-4014; http://www.californiahistoricalsociety.org/collections/northbaker_research.html
Contributing Institution
California Historical Society
Collection
1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Digital Collection: Selections from the California Historical Society
Rights Information
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Description
Shelf location: (OV) San Francisco -- Earthquake (1906) -- Panoramas
Type
image
Format
26 x 72 cm.
Form/Genre
Photographs
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/hb5s200757
FN-34475
chs00002090_40a.tif
Subject
Earthquakes--California--San Francisco--Photographs
San Francisco Earthquake, Calif., 1906--Photographs
Place
San Francisco (Calif.)
Pictorial works
A1101

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