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Old Posted Dec 11, 2007, 4:59 AM
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San Francisco Of The Past In Black & White

Another photograph thread of San Francisco with the majority of the photographs found here, http://content.cdlib.org/view;jsessi...tems&brand=oac
and a few more that can be found here, http://content.cdlib.org/view?docId=...tems&brand=oac
All from the Online Archive of California, Bancroft Library.


^Grand Stand in front of the City Hall on the Polk St. side. Sept. 10/23. N.S.G. [Native Sone of the Golden] West Parade

^St. John's Church. Old church at the cor. 15th and Julian Ave. at the time of the fire of April 18th, 1906.

Opening of the Ball Season at San Francisco 1924. Chief of Police W. J. O'Brien.

Oct. 25/24. Inspection S.F.P. [San Francisco Police] Dept.

Civic Center construction

Union Square from Stockton St. bet. Post & Geary Sts. in 1880

Masonic Temple, N.W. cor. Montgomery & Post Sts. in 1879

North from Geary St. bet. Stockton & Powell Sts. 1905

West from Market, Fulton & Leavenworth Sts. Jany. 1929.

North on 3rd St. from Howard St. Feb. 1929.

The U.S. Mint, N.W. cor. 5th & Mission St. in 1889

North on Mission St. from Army St. July 31/31

On May 23/32, later destroyed. U.S.S. Akron over San Francisco showing bay and ocean. Piggott Photo, S.F.

Jany 1932. California Street, San Francisco. Piggott, S.F.

Jany 1932. Looking down on California Street, San Francisco. Piggott Photo.

Sky line, San Francisco. Standard Oil Bldg. Shell Oil Bldg. Piggott Photo

Birds Eye View, Nob Hill. San Francisco, Cal. Piggott Photo.

Financial District, San Francisco, Cal. Piggott Photo.

Union Square, 1934. Cathedral Monument, Knight Templar Conclave, July, 7-13-1934. San Francisco, Calif.

N.W. from top of the Examiner Bldg. 3rd & Market Sts. 1928

German cruiser Nurnberg 1914 in San Francisco Bay. Later destroyed off Cape Horn by the British War vessel.

Portola Parade Oct. 22-25-1912 [1910?].

Looking North on 3rd St. from Mission St., 1915.

The City Hall from McAllister St. looking West, 1889.

City Hall from Hyde St. in 1889.

Old church S.E. corner Gough and Eddy St., 1914.

Fleet Week, Sept. 1919.

Howard West from 9th St., 1920.

At the opening of the P.P.I. [Panama-Pacific International] Exposition, 1915. State and City officers in the lead of the Parade at the Fillmore Entrance. In the group are the following: Gov. Hiram Johnson, Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr., Supervisor Nelson, W.D. Fennimore, Jesse B. Cook, Judge F.M. Angellotti, Postmaster C.W. Fay, Attorney J.J. Lermen, T.A. Reardon of the Board of Works, Dr. T.B. Leland, Angelo J. Rossi.

The Santa Fe Building, S.W. cor. 2nd and Market St.

S.F. [San Francisco] from Pine and Kearny, North West, about 1889.

L to R: Capt. H. Wright - Chief Wiley, Dept. of Electricity - Capt. H. Gleeson, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. - Commissioner Ehrman, S.F.F. [Fire] Dept. - Ed. Rainey, Sect. To Mayor Rolph and Chief D.J. O'Brien, S.F.P [Police] Dept., Sept. 1st, 1921

Quite a lot of photos continued in a later post; and that's all for now. Thanks for looking.
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