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1984 Ethel McAllister Grubb, Marina District, Oral History
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Analog to Digital
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California artist Ethel McAllister Grubb lived in the Marina District when the 1906 earthquake struck San Francisco. This interview covers the earthquake experience for the first 25 minutes of the recording. Later, her daughter asks questions about aspects of living in San Francisco and going to art school. Learn more about local history at the San Francisco History Center: Rights: Permission to use this oral history commercially must be obtained from the San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library. When using this film please credit SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY. A selection of San Francisco Public Library's unique audiovisual materials were digitized through a grant "Analog to Digital." The grant project was supported in part by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act, administered in California by the State Librarian.
moving image
San francisco public library
San francisco
Marina District (Neighborhood)
1906 San Francisco Earthquake (Disaster)
Ethel mcallister grubb

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