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International News Photos, San Francisco Bureau Slug (Emperor Norton I). San Francisco, California - churchmen, and civic leaders paid tribute to San Francisco's famous Emperor Norton at reburial at Woodlawn Cemetery. A tombstone, perpetuating the memory of the self-appointed "Monarch" was unveiled as soldiers fired a salute. The inscription - Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico. Joshua A. Norton -- 1819-1880. Photo shows L.2.R.: John McLaren, San Francisco Park commissioner, Wm. H. Crocker, San Francisco banker, and C. A. Shurtleff of the California Pioneers. Acquired from John Howell 12/12/1947?