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Bird's-eye view of the city and county of San Francisco [California], 1873
W. Vallance Gray & Charles B. Gifford (active ca. 1868-ca. 1868), artist and lithographer A.L. Bancroft & Company (active ca. 1872-ca. 1973), publisher and 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 looking southwest from bay across city to Pacific Ocean and down peninsula; waterfront area with numerous ships (steamships, sidewheel steamships, sailboats, sailing ships, ferries, etc.) in dock and on bay near wharves in foreground; Golden Gate in right distance.
Printed title (LC). Printed (LL): W.V. Gray and C.B. Gifford, delt. and lith.; (LC): Published by A.L. Bancroft & Company, 721 Market St[reet], San Francisco; (LR): A.L. Bancroft & Co. Print. S[an] F[rancisco]; (LC, below title): Entered... 1868 by W. Vallance, Gray and C.B. Gifford....
Print on paper: lithograph, color 53 x 77 cm., visible image
BANC PIC 1963.002:1491--FR
California, Northern
San Francisco (Calif.)

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