San Francisco Earthquake

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Unknown artist painting a picture of the ruins of San Francisco’s City Hall after the earthquake and fire of 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, San Francisco City, Historical Pictures, Pictures To Paint, Artist Painting, The Great Outdoors, Old Photos, Illustrations, American History

An artist painting a picture of the ruins of the San Francisco earthquake, 1906 - Rare Historical Photos

One of the most appalling disasters that has ever been recorded in American history befell San Francisco in 1906, when an earthquake struck the California city on the early morning…

The Great Fires of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake destroys blocks of the city. Historical Pictures, Antique Pictures, Tectonique Des Plaques, San Andreas Fault, San Francisco Earthquake, San Francisco Girls, American History, British History, History

Questions: San Andreas Fault & Earthqaukes

The famous San Andreas Fault that caused the famous San Francisco Earthqaukes

From the middle of the destruction after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, accounts of the damage were published in the city's newspaper the next morning.

1906 San Francisco earthquake: Rare pictures & first reports made while the fires were still burning the city

From the middle of the destruction after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, accounts of the damage were published in the city's newspaper the next morning.

A picture of the damaged main building of the Agnew State Hospital, after the 1906 SF earthquake. San Francisco Travel, San Francisco California, Us History, American History, Titanic Artifacts, San Francisco Earthquake, California Location, San Fransisco, Historical Pictures

1906 San Francisco Earthquake Pictures

A collection of historic photographs of the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906, showing damage from both the earthquake and the fire. Also included are pictures of people fleeing the city, refugee camps, and street kitchens.

Earthquake Destruction as seen from Ferry Tower Looking west-southwest. Market Street on left. San Francisco, CA, USA, 1906 Old Pictures, Old Photos, San Francisco Earthquake, California History, San Fransisco, San Francisco California, Historical Pictures, Natural Disasters, Rare Photos

Mapped historical photos from collections large and small

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McAllister Street, looking east from Hyde Street. Places In California, California History, San Francisco City, San Francisco California, San Francisco Earthquake, Urban Life, City Streets, Old Pictures, Golden Gate

McAllister Street, looking east from Hyde Street. June 4, 1939

San Francisco Police Department Photograph Bureau Negatives / Bureau of Accident Investigation and Prevention, San Francisco Police Department Records. Rights: Permission to use this image commercially must be obtained from the San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library. www.sfpl.org/permissions When using this image please credit SAN FRANCISCO HISTORY CENTER, SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY.

San Francisco Market St, Full & Repaired Version - filmed just before the earthquake. Historical Fiction, Historical Photos, Street Film, San Francisco Earthquake, Frozen Film, Hills And Valleys, Picture Places, History Images, San Fransisco

San Francisco Market St, Full & Repaired Version

Amazing new Info on this film..! FYI: A Trip Down Market Street was filmed in 1906!! 4 Days Before The Quake. Dir...Miles Brothers. This film, was originally...

Oakland California CA 1908 Washington Street Crellin Hotel Vintage Postcard Oakland California CA Circa 1908 Downtown on Washington Street. Unused Edward H. Mitchell antique vintage postcard in v Berkeley California, California Ca, Main Street, Street View, San Francisco Earthquake, Washington Street, Modern City, Historical Photos, Bay Area

Oakland California CA 1908 Washington Street Crellin Hotel Vintage Postcard Oakland California CA Circa 1908 Downtown on Washington Street. Unused Edward H. Mitchell antique vintage postcard #200 in v