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View of the town and harbour of San Francisco, California, from the Signal Hill
Collinson (active ca. 1851), artist Boosey, W. (active ca. 1851), lithographer Ackerman & Co. (active ca. 1851), British, publisher M. & N. Hanhart (active ca. 1851-ca. 1857), printer
Date Created and/or Issued
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Bancroft Library
Contributing Institution
UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
Honeyman (Robert B., Jr.) - Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material
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View from Telegraph Hill looking towards Yerba Buena harbor at left and Montgomery Street at right; south bay in distance. Several figures (Spaniards), campers with tents, and signal building in foreground; numerous ships in bay; wharves and densely packed buildings of city to right.
Printed title (LC). Printed (LL): Drawn on stone by W. Boosey from a sketch by Capt[ai]n Collinson R.E.; (LR): M. & N. Hanhart Lith. Printers; (LC): London published Nov. 12 1851 by Ackerman & Co., 96 Strand. Index identifying sites of interest.
Print on paper: lithograph, hand colored 41.5 x 79 cm., dome top
BANC PIC 1963.002:0600--D
California, Northern
Frontier & pioneer life
San Francisco (Calif.)

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