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PRINTED PHOTOGRAPHS. Six Supplements to the San Francisco Examiner. Nos. 1 - 5, + 1 unnumbered.

San Francisco Enquirer: San Francisco 1906 San Francisco, June 3 (unnumbered), July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29 & Aug. 5, 1906. Photos 16 x 31 and 21.5 x 31.5, linen backed. Folded in fours, split at folds, Light soiling & creasing, linen spotted & edges fraying, staining on linen of unnumbered supplement and no. 4. Nos. 1 - 5 are copyrighted Theodore Kytko and unnumbered one Geo. R. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Supplements are: Panoramic View of San Francisco from the Waterfront; No. 1: The Stretch of Ruin from Nob Hill to Russian Hill. Taken from the Top of the Fairmount Hotel; No. 2: Panorama of the Ruins in the Valley that Sweeps fro Russian Hill to Telegraph Hill. Showing Alcatraz Island in the Distance; No. 3: Panorama of the Ruins from Telegraph Hill to the Base of Rincon Hill. Showing All that Remains of the Heart of the Wholesale and Manufacturing Districts; No. 4: Panorama of the Fashionable shopping and Retail Districts as the Camera Sees Them: From the Top of the Fairmount Hotel. Includes the Territory North of Market Street to Bush Street from Montgomery to Mason Streets; No. 5: Panorama of the Western Addition and the Mission Showing the Ruins of the City Hall and St. Ignatius College with Twin Peaks and Strawberry Hill in the Distance. The earthquake was April 18, 1906, and followed by a fire that lasted three days. Approximately 3,000 persons lost their lives and estimated property damage was $350 million to $500 million.

Book Id: 96-6511

Price: $150.00

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