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:134b North East from Sacramento St. on Taylor St. about 1877. The large house is the Hagginhouse [Haggin House], east side Taylor St. between Washington & Clay St.

 

:135a North on Mission St. from 30th St., Sept. 26/22

 

:135b South on Guerrero St. from 15th St. Sept. 26th, 1922

 

:136a North on 3rd St. from Islas [Islais] Creek Bridge - Sept. 26/22

 

:136b The Old home of Wm. C. Ralston at Belmont, Calif. 1876

 

:137a The Old home of Jas. M. Donohue, North-East cor. 2nd & Bryant Sts. 1876

 

:137b Grand Central Hotel looking North-East in Oakland, Calif. 1876

 

:138a North-West cor. Calif. & Montgomery Sts. Wells Fargo and Co. were in this Building in 1876. The San Francisco Savings Union Bank was also here in 1907 after the fire. This Building was built by Chinese and the stores came from China about 1852.

 

:138b Explosion in Wells Fargo Office North-West cor. Calif. & Montgomery Sts. by Nitro Glycerine in 1876.

 

:139a Looking East from the Grand Central Hotel in Oakland, Calif. 1876

 

:140a North-West from Sacramento and Mason St. 1876. The large house back in the center is the old home of Mr. Haggin on Taylor bet. Washington & Clay Sts.

 

:140b Calvery Church North-West cor. Geary & Powell Sts. 1876. The St. Francis Hotel now stands on this corner.

 

:141a North from New Montgomery and Market Sts. 1876. The Building on the right is the Hibernia Bank and the one on the left is the Masonic Temple.

 

:141b Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien and Capt. H. Gleeson mounted on Larkin near Grove St. 1921

 

:142b Officer W. Joy collecting with the young Ladie [sic] for the Red Cross. 1920 at Market and Grant Ave.

 

:143a About 1897 the Str. [steamer?] San Rafael was sunk in a collision on the San Francisco Bay and a number of years after, a ship's anchor fouled it and raised it from the Bay

 

:143b The same Engine of the San Rafael as the above photo

 

:144a The same Engine of the Str. San Rafael

 

:144b Fire East side of Drumm St. bet. Sacramento and Calif. Sts. about 1896

 

:145a Fire on the East side of Drumm St. bet. Sacramento & Calif. St.

 

Same fire on Drumm St.

 

:147a Waterhouse & Lester fire on Howard St. bet. 1st & 2nd Sts. North side about 1896.

 

:147b Fire on Buchannan [Buchanan] St. West side bet. Green & Vallejo Sts. About....

 

Do not know - See Chief Wells

 

:149a Testing the New Battery S.F.F. [San Francisco Fire] Dept. on Bay St. 1903

 

:149b North side of Grove St. bet. Larkin & Polk Sts. 1889

 

:150a Wreck of Old Engine #12 - S.F.F. [San Francisco Fire] Dept. at Post & Kearny Sts. In the Great fire, April 18/06

 

:151a Overland train leaving for the East from the Old Oakland Wharf, 1876

 

:151b Edward Rainey, the Mayor's Secretary from 1912 to...

 

:152 Mounted Police, San Francisco Police Dept. 1920 on Market St.

 

:153 The Old Steamship, City of Sydney, changed in to a sailing vessel at her dock. Sept. 28/22

 

:154 Mrs. Walsh of the Coroner's Office, 1921

 

:155 Capt. Eugene Wall, San Francisco Police Dept., 1921

 

:156 Attorney Gavin McNab, 1922

 

:157 South-East cor. 12th & Market Sts. 1921

 

:185 Alligators at Los Angeles, Calif., July, 1922

 

Volume 15

 

:2 Home of Wm. C. Ralston at Belmont, Calif., 1876

 

:12a East side of Montgomery St. bet. Sacramento and Calif. Sts. 1868

 

:12b San Francisco Police in the Native Sons Parade at San Jose, Sept. 9th, 1922

 

:13a San Francisco Police at the Native Sons Parade in San Jose. Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien on S.F.P. [San Francisco Police] Dept. in charge. Sept. 9/22

 

:13b North East from Grant Ave. & Clay St. (China Town), Oct. 1922. Mercantile Trust Co. Office will be here on Nov. 1/22

 

:14 Drying fish on the roof of Building at the South East cor. Clay & Grant Ave. Oct. 9/22. See the upper story windows and roof of the Hall of Justice.

 

:15a South on Grant Ave. from Clay St. Oct. 9/22

 

:27 East on Market St. from 11th, 1902.

 

:29a North on Mission from Highland Ave. Oct. 12/22

 

:29b East on Market from Fremont St. Oct. 12/22

 

:30a East on Market St. from Main St. Oct. 9/22

 

:30b East on Market St. from 9th St. Oct. 12/22

 

:31a East on Market from Van Ness Ave. Oct. 1922

 

:32a Fire, Sept. 1922 - S.W. cor. G.G. [Golden Gate] Ave. and Jones St. - see the German Catholic Church on the right and the home of the Hibernia Bank on the left.

 

:32b North on Columbus Ave. from Filbert St. Oct. 15/22

 

:33 Steamer L.W. Stewart on shore at Point Lobus [Lobos], south shore of the Golden Gate, Nov. 1922

 

:34a East on Calif. St. from Fillmore St. Oct. 1922

 

:34b Looking North East from Point Lobus [Lobos]. Oct. 1922

 

:40a East on Anza St. from 17th Ave. Oct. 1922

 

:41a North on Shotwell St. from 26th St. Oct. 1922

 

:45 Mr. Geo. L. Darling, an old Mason of San Francisco, died Sept. 28/22

 

:46a Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Darling, an old San Francisco Mason, died Sept. 28/22

 

:47 San Francisco Police Exhibit at the Industrial Exhibition at Auditorium, Sept. 1922

 

:48 Dept. of Electricity Exhibit at the Industrial Exhibition at the Auditorium, Sept. 1922

 

:49 Exempt Fire men standing in front of old Exempt Fire house on Brenham Place bet. Clay and Washington - Kearny and Dupont Sts. 1890. Left to Right: 1. 2. Jas. Kentzel 3. Kline 4. J.L. Dirker

 

:55a Exhibit of the Dept. of Electricity, San Francisco, at the Auditorium, Oct. 1922

 

:55b Exhibit of the San Francisco Police Dept. at the Auditorium. Oct. 1922

 

:56 Exhibit, San Francisco Fire Dept. at the Auditorium. Oct. 1922

 

:60b South on Dolores St. from 28th Street. Oct. 1922

 

:61 J.B. Strauss, Architect & Bridge Builder

 

:62a East on Bush St. from Gough St. Oct. 1922

 

:62b North on Great Highway from Pacheco St. Oct. 1922

 

:63a North on Van Ness Ave. from Hayes, Oct. 1922

 

:63b East on Sloat Blvd. from 37th Ave. Oct. 1922

 

:64 Left to Right: Ernest Lutgens, Wm. Knapp, and Jesse B. Cook, Acrobats of 1878

 

:77b Native Sons Golden West Parade on Market St. near 11th St. 1900

 

:85b San Francisco Police Dept. 1900

 

:90a The Old City Prison in the Basement of the City Hall. McAllister and Larkin Sts. 1895

 

:90b North on San Bruno Ave. from 23rd St. Nov. 1922

 

:92a Co. A. - San Francisco Police Dept. at Market and Van Ness Ave. 1898

 

:92b Co. A. San Francisco Police Dept. turning into Van Ness Ave. from Market St. 1898

 

:93a Gartland Hotel, S.W. cor. Larkin & Geary Sts. Dec. 1922

 

:93b West side of Castro St. at Market showing the entrance to Twin Peaks Tunnel. Dec. 1922

 

:94a East on Market St. from Van Ness Ave. S.F.P. [San Francisco Police] Dept. 1898

 

:94b U.S. Calvary in Golden Gate Park, 1900

 

:95 The Old Bank Exchange in the Old Montgomery Block, S.E. cor. Washington & Montgomery Sts. showing the Propritor [sic] Duncan Nichols with the gray hair in the center. Dec. 1912

 

:96 Top Row, left to right: Chas. Olsen, Thos. McAllister, Sergt. of Police Grover Coats, Lieut. of Police J.J. Casey, Chas. Flanagan, Mr. Moriarty, Mr. Lazzari, not a Police Officer. Lower Row, left to right: Mr. Powell, not a Police Officer, Sergt. Emmet Moore, David Williams, Chas. Iredale. Nov. 29/22

 

:105 Special Police Officer Andrew Briggs, Dec. 1922

 

:108b South on Sanchez from Henry St. Nov. 1922

 

:109a East on Howard from 3rd St. Nov. 1922

 

:109b North on 3rd St. from Bryant St. Nov. 1922

 

:110a North on Powell St. from Elks Club above Sutter St. Nov. 1922

 

:110b East on Fulton St. from 7th Ave. Nov. 1922

 

:111 East on 17th St. from Alabama St. Nov. 1922

 

:112 Congressman John I. Nolan of Calif. lying in State at the S.F. [San Francisco] City Hall. Nov. 22/22

 

:125a North on Arguello Blvd. from Clay St. Dec. 1922

 

:125b East on Clay St. from Arguello Blvd. Dec. 1922

 

:126 West on 16th St. from Capp St. Dec. 1922

 

:127a North on Valdez Ave. from Montgomery Ave. Dec. 1922 - at Westwood Park

 

:127b North on Van Ness Ave. from McAllister St. Dec. 1922

 

:128a Shooting Gallery on the North side of Market St. between Leavenworth & City Hall Ave. Dec. 1922

 

:128b Shooting Gallery, North side of Market between Leavenworth & City Hall Ave. Dec. 1922

 

:155a East on Geary St. from Jordan Ave. Dec. 1922

 

:158 Oct. 1922

 

:159 Annual Review S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. Oct. 1922. Left to Right: Theo. J. Roche, Pres. of Board - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr., and Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien in back Capt. H. Gleeson and Commissioner A. Mahoney.

 

:159b Pres. Theo. J. Roche, Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr., Commissioner Jesse B. Cook in uniform, Capt. H. Gleeson, Chief D.J. O'Brien, and Capt. Lemon. Oct. 1922

 

:160a L. to R.: Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Capt. Chas. Goff - Chief D.J. O'Brien - Capt. H. Gleeson - Capt. Lemon - Commissioner Andrew Mahoney, and Jesse B. Cook. Oct. 1922

 

:160b L. to R.: Chief D.J. O'Brien - Commissioner Andrew Mahoney - Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Capt. H. Gleeson - Capt. Fred Lemon. Oct. 1922

 

:161a L. to R.: Pres. Theo. J. Roche and Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. Oct. 1922

 

:161b Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr., and Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien. Oct. 1922

 

:163a Front to back: Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Sergt. Mahoney - Chief D.J. O'Brien - Capt. H. Gleeson, and Commissioner A. Mahoney. Oct. 1922

 

:163b Front to Back: Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Capt. A. Lane - Chief D.J. O'Brien - Capt. H. Gleeson, and Sergt. Jas. Farrell. Oct. 1922

 

:165a Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Lieut. Reeves - Capt. Lane - Capt. Chas. Goff. Oct. 1922

 

:165b Front to Back: Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Capt. A. Lane - Capt. Chas. Goff - Capt. H. Gleeson - Commissioner A. Mahoney. Oct. 1922

 

:167a In the Groop [sic] L. to R.: Commissioner A. Mahoney, Chief D.J. O'Brien, Commissioner Jesse B. Cook, Sergt. Frank Mahoney, and Capt. Fred Lemon. Oct. 1922

 

:167b Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Capt. H. Gleeson - Capt. A. Lane - Commissioner A. Mahoney. Oct. 1922

 

:168a Pres. Theo. J. Roche - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. Oct. 1922

 

:168b Theo. J. Roche, Pres. - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Commissioner Jesse B. Cook - Chief D.J. O'Brien - Capt. Fred Lemon. Oct. 1922

 

:197 San Francisco Police Officers at Sacramento, Calif. June 1922 - Forty-nine celebration. Back Row, L. to R.: 1. 2. Jas. A. Neely, 3. Geo. A. Merchant, 4. Arthur J. Dolan, 5. Lieut. Jas. Boland, 6. Ed. W. Meredith, 7. Capt. B.J. Judge, 8. 9. Middle Row, L. To R.: 1. Mansfield G. Joy, 2. Frank H. McConnell, 3. Wm. J. O'Brien, 4. 5. Chas. Galivan, 6. Lieut. John F. Fitzhenry, 7. Joe Gorhan, 8. John W. Evatt, 9. Thos. J. Larkin, 10. Lieut. John H. Casey. On the ground, L. To R.: 1. Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien, 2. Capt. Henry Gleeson.

 

Volume 16

 

:2a People watching their homes burn.

 

:2b View down Sacramento St. 1856.

 

:3a One of Mr. Shirley's Buildings. This buiding is located at the corner of Clay and Leidesdorff Streets, and was one of the first three story buildings erected in San Francisco.

 

:3b Northeast corner of Montgomery and Sacramento (Old View)

 

:4a View down Stockton Street 1856

 

:5b Colonel G. W. Granniss. A well known pioneer who has won distinction in military and civil life. In 1896.

 

:7b Judge Fox. The above is an excellent portrait of Judge Charles N. Fox, formely one of the distinguished justices on the suprerme bench of this State. In legal circles the reputation of the Judge as a sound and able lawyer stands at the highest.

 

:11a Future home of the "San Francisco Call." In 1896.

 

:13a Park Panhandle from Calif. St. North between Funston Ave. And 14th Ave, January 1923 with the Marine Hospital in the center.

 

:14 Mr. Charles M. Shortridge. Editor and Proprietor of the San Francisco Call.

 

:15a Number One Trunkline, Southside of Market between 10th and 11th Sts.

 

:17b The blowing-up of Arch Rock, San Francisco Bay.

 

:19a The Water Tower in front of the San Francisco Fire Dept. Corporation Yard. North Side of Sacramento St. About 1889. Capt. Frank Crockett standing at the front wheel.

 

:19b 5-Engine. West side of Stockton between Pacific and Broadway 1870. Engineer Hughey Cobain on the rear.

 

:20b No. 2 Truck Co. Southside of Broadway between Stockton and Dupont Sts. 1890.

 

:22a Anglo Californian Bank. On the North West corner of Sansome and Pine Streets.

 

:24b Fred L. Hansen and his Sons. Left to right: George, Albert, Fred L., Fred Jr., James. Feb. 17, 1912.

 

:25a Lincoln at Gettysburg. [painting by Fletcher Cransom]

 

:25b Work on Kaneas [Kansas] Street from 23rd St. January 1923.

 

:25c [Incorrectly numbered "25b"] Lincoln School east side of 5th Street between Market and Mission in 187. In back of School with dark building is the old State Normal School and the building with the clock is the St. Ignatius School in 1870. Turrill and Mill

 

:26a Wong Fook one of the Big Eight of China Town in 1898 -- Left L-Right Mary Lee -- Wong Fook and Susie Wong. The Big Eight Chinese Gamblers of 1896. Chang Chung, Buck Guy, Jim Wong, Wong You, Wong Fook, Chin Chow, Chin Kim You, Quong Bing alias Chop Wollar. Wong Wo King who attended to all cases in court and was finally deported to China by the U.S. Gov. In 1895 there was [sic] in S.F. China Town about sixty thousand Chinese. Left - Right: Mary Lee, Wong Fook and Ossie Wong.

 

:27a St. Mary's Church, N. E. Cor. Dupont and Calif. After the Earth Quake of 1868.

 

:28a Burning opium and opium pipes on Dupont St., bet. Clay and Washington Sts. By U. S. Government Officers about 1917.

 

:29a The old Tivoli Theater on Eddy St. beween Powell and Mason. North side of street in 1889.

 

:30d The Late James Phelan. James Phelan, merchant and financier, was one of the best known pioneers of California. Born in Queen's County, Ireland, he came to the United States with his father when but six years of age, and was educated in the common schools of New York. 1896.

 

:31a Representative men of the present day. 1896.

 

:33a Modern Residence Architecture in 1896.

 

:34a Pacific Mail Company's Offices, South East Corner, First and Market Streets, San Francisco. In 1896.

 

:34c A Post Street Landmark now gone. The castellated structure shown in this engraving was the old armory of Companies G and C, National Guard. In 1896.

 

:46a East on Golden Gate Ave., from Hyde St. January, 1923.

 

:46b A celebrity of 1849. The first Fire Engine ever used in San Francisco. It was built in 1820 and was the property at one time of Martin Van Buren, President of the United States, from whom it was secured by William Free, who brought it to San Francisco in 1849. It is now one of the historic relics in the home of the Exempt Firemen at 9 Brenham place.

 

:48 California Celebrities of the days of 49.

 

:49a Engine Co. North Side of Bryant Street between 3rd and 4th St. 1878.

 

:49b Engine Co. West side of Main Street between Folsom and Harrison Sts. 1900.

 

:50a Engine Co. South side of Pacific between Montgomery and Sansome Sts. 1886.

 

:50b Engine Co. S. E. corner Drumm and Commercial Sts. 1889. Engineer Frank Crockett at the rear wheel.

 

:52b Engine Co. West side of Main Street between Folsom amd Harrison Sts. 1886. Standing at the front wheel is Martin Kelly the Old Republican Boss.

 

:54b Yerba Buena (now San Francisco) in the Spring of 1837. This is the first known print taken on the site of which San Francisco now stands. Only one frame building was in existence then. At this time the Presidio and the Mission Delores [Dolores] had been erected 55 years by the Spanish discoverers under Portola, and the residents were practically all Mexican with barely a few "whites" as they were called. At that time California was known as Alta California, and was still under the sway of a Spanish Governor, the Capital seat being Monterey, then the most important settlement in Northern California. Some half dozen Boston trading vessels visited this out of the way harbour annually. Rarely was any coin exchanged in this trade. The few Spanish inhabitants, all of them living about the presidio or the mission, bartered their tallow hides and other native products for coffee, tea, sugar, blankets, beads, knives and Yankee gewgaws. (Lithograph copyrighted July 31, 1867, by J. J. Du Prat. From a photo of the original in the possession of Phil B. Bekeart.)

 

:56a The Old Starr King Church. This view of the Church was taken on march 6th, 1864. The Church stood on the south side of Geary Street, between Grant Avenue and Stockton and was pulled down a few years ago.

 

:57a Birds-eye View of the Peninsula of San Francisco in 1869 showing the water front and the fairway through the Golden Gate to the Pacific Ocean. From a lithograph by Snow & May. Reproduced by permission of the owner R. P. Schwerin, and now in the pioneer section, Museum, Golden Gate Park.

 

:58b 'Going to the Post.' Society at Monterey. Snap shots at the Pacific Coast Pony and Polo Steeplechase Association Races.

 

:59a The Historical Railroad Event that United the East and West on this Continent. "Driving the last Spike" connecting the rails of the Central Pacific Company and the Union Pacific Company at Promontory Point, 80 miles west of Ogden and 804 miles east of San Francisco, May 10, 1869.

 

:64 Notables of Early San Francisco as seen by a Local Caricaturist.

 

:65 "At the Play" Respectfully inscribed to the Wealth, Enterprise and Beauty of California. Key block of the prominent San Franciscans at the play.

 

:66 Two Views of the City in the middle '60's. The lower end of Market Street, 1865. From Sansome Street to the water front. Goat Island (Yerba Buena) in the middle distance. From T.E. Hecht's Collection. (#12, Down Market Street in 1865)

 

:69 Palace Hotel Site some forty years ago. This is an old view of Market Street from Montgomery, looking West, 1856.

 

:73 Assassination of King James of William. Reproduced from an old lithograph. In San Francisco 1856.

 

:73b Funeral of James King of William from Stockton Street Church. Engraved from an old lithograph. San Francisco 1856.

 

:74a Surrender of Casey and Cora. James P. Casey who shot James King of William, and a gambler named Cora who had shot a Deputy Marshall named Richardson on Clay Street, near Leidesdorff, were taken by force by the Vigilance Committee on Sunday, May 18, 1856, from the County Jail on Broadway. Twenty-five hundred armed citizens and a reserve of twenty-five hundred more surrounded the jail and pointing a cannon at the door commanded Dave Scannel, then sheriff of San Francisco, to surrender the two prisoners, which he promptly did, Four days after, while the funeral of James King of William was taking place at Lone Mountain, Casy and Cora were hanged from the windows of the Vigilance Committees Headquarters on Sacramento Street. The engraving presented herewith is from a print published at that time. In San Francisco, 1856.

 

:74b Execution of Casey and Cora by the Vigilance Committee, May 22, 1856. From a lithograph printed in 1856.

 

:75a Work on 3rd Street, 21 January 1923.

 

:75b Forest Hill from the Relief House, January 1923.

 

:76 South on Funston Ave., (formerly 13th Ave) from Calif. St. January 1923.

 

:79b View on San Francisco and Harbor, 1851. (W. & N. Hanhart Litho [Lithograph], San Francisco, 1851. Photo from the original print, courtesy of R. P. Scherwin owner.

 

:81a The Wharf that transformed the life of Harry Meiggs. The long wharf at North Beach built to get the shipping business of the city.

 

:82b The Historic Double Celebration in the Plaza '51.

 

:83a The Second Great Fire which followed in June. A Lithographer's story of the great fire of June 22, 1851.

 

:84a The First Example set by the Vigilantes of 1851. (Lithograph by Justh, Quirot and Company)

 

:84b "Steamer Day" at the Post Office in the Early '50's.

 

:85a Famous Fort Gunnybags of the Vigilantes of '56.

 

:86b Eager Gold Hunters Arriving in the City Early in 1851.

 

:87a The First of the Great Fires that devastated San Francisco. May 3 and 4, 1851. (Lithograph by Justh & Co.)

 

:88b Fire of the Old Baldwin Hotel N.E. corner Powell and Market Sts. Nov. 23/98.

 

:89b The House of Bashful Smith of 525 Market Street, March, 23.

 

:90b West on Crescent Avenue from Bronte St., March, 1923.

 

:91a South on Kearny St. from Pacific St. 1915.

 

:91b East on Page from Steiner St. March 1923.

 

:92a North on Steiner St. from Post St. 1915.

 

:92b North on Devisadero [Divisadero] from Turk, March, 1923.

 

:95a North on Van Ness from McAllister St. March, 1923.

 

:95b North on Van Ness Ave., from Lombard St., March 1923.

 

:97 South on Van Ness Ave., from Geary St., April 1923.

 

:98 Work on Valentia [Valencia] St. from 15th St., April 1928.

 

:100 East on Lake St. from 4th Ave., April 1923.

 

:102 Thos. P. Burns, Ass. Mgr. S.F. Clearing House, S.F. Calif. April 1923. Jesse B. Cook, Police Commissioner, San Francisco, April 1923.

 

:104 S. E. On Sloat Blvd. April 1923. Where the Lady is standing is the entrance to Fort Funston.

 

:143a North on Mission from 19th, 8th May, 1923.

 

:143b A Group of Prominent Firemen. Wm. B. Firman, David Scannell, Chas. McCann. Taken in 1890.

 

:144a East on Mission from 8th St. May 1923.

 

:144b Stephen Bunner in 1893. (Photo by Sewell)

 

:145b Frank G. Edward. In 1893.

 

:146b D .T. Sullivan. Chief Engineer of San Francisco Fire Department.

 

:148a East on 29th St. from Delores [Dolores] St. May 1923.

 

:148b North on Mission from Precita Ave., May 1923.

 

:149a North on Great Highway from Tarraval [Taraval] St., Feb. 1923.

 

:149b North on Great Highway from Balboa St., Feb. 1923.

 

:150a North on Geary from Second Ave., Feb 1923.

 

:150b North on 26th from Clement St., Feb. 1923.

 

:151a East on Market from Kearny St., Feb. 1923.

 

:151b East on Market St. from 8th St., Feb. 1923.

 

:152a South on Dolores St. from 23rd St., Feb. 1923.

 

:152b West on 23rd St. from Guerrero St., Feb. 1923.

 

:157b East on Post St. from Pierce St., May 1923.

 

:158b Masonic Board of Relief, April 1906.

 

:160 The 25th Anniversary of the U. S. Fleet under Com. Dewey's entrance into Manila Bay, May 1st, 1898 --May 1st, 1923 at the Auditorium, San Francisco.

 

:161a North on 4th St. from Harrison St., May 1st/23. The building with the flagpole is the Southern Police Station or Co. B.

 

:161b North on San Bruno Ave. from Fellon [Felton] St., May 1923.

 

:162 West on Third from Wallace Ave., May 1923.

 

:163b A Group of Exempt Firemen in front of their Headquarters. Taken in the year 1893.

 

:165 Mayor Jas. Ralph Jr., in the Center with the White Hat or next to Father Crowley, April 18/06.

 

:166a Mayor Jas. Ralph Jr., in the Center with the White Hat or next to Father Crowley of the Youths Directory and on the end with his hands back of him is Judge Matt T. Sullivan. April 18/06.

 

:167a North on Lisbon St. from Amazon St., January 1923.

 

:167b North on Lombard from Franklin St., January 1923.

 

:168 Indian War Veterans, 1923. [Placard with partial inscription 'Gen. Custer Camp...' hanging in background]

 

:180 Concert and Ball with the Widows and Orphans Aid Association. San Francisco Police Dept., Feb. 10/23 at the Auditorium, Civic Center.

 

Volume 17

 

:2 West on San Bruno Ave. at Barneveld Ave. June 1923

 

:6 Commissioner Jesse B. Cook. Members of the San Francisco Police Dept. May 1923. Chief D.J. O'Brien

 

:8 Members of the San Francisco Police Dept. May 1923. Capt. Wm. Quinn, Jesse B. Cook, Chief D.J. O'Brien

 

:10 Jesse B. Cook, Chief O'Brien, Capt. Wm. Quinn, and members of the San Francisco Police Dept. May 1923

 

:12 Members of the San Francisco Police Dept. May 1923

 

:13a North on Church St. from 24th St. June 1923

 

:13b South on 3rd Ave. from Balboa St. June 1923

 

:14 Members of the San Francisco Police Dept. May 1923. Chief D.J. O'Brien, Jesse B. Cook, Capt. Wm. Quinn.

 

:16a West on Post St. from Webster. June 1923

 

:16b North on Larkin St. from Union St. June 1923

 

:17a East on Geary St. from 40th Ave. June 1923

 

:17b East on O'Farrell St. from Van Ness Ave. June 1923

 

:18a South-East on Columbus Ave. from Filbert St. June 1923

 

:18b West on Clay St. from Devisidero [Divisadero] St. June 1923

 

:19a East on Howard St. from 5th St. June 1923

 

:24a N.E. from the Standard Oil Bldg. S.W. cor. of Bush & Sansome St. May 1923

 

:24b North on Grant Ave. bet. Green & Union St. May 1923

 

:29a Lincoln School East side of 5th St. bet. Market & Stevenson Sts. before the Civil War about 1862.

 

:30a East on Geneva Ave. from Mission St. July 1923

 

:30b South on Mission St. from Geneva Ave. July 1923

 

:30c South on the Great Highway from Judah St. July 1923

 

:31b East from San [Santa?] Ysabel and Capistrano Ave. Ingleside [?]. July 1923

 

:32 Warden Johnston (San Quentin Prison), John S. Drum, Mr. Hemter (Vice Pres., M.T. [Mercantile Trust] Co. of Calif.). Baseball Team Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif.

 

:33a Boys from the Bank watching the game between the Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. and the Prisoners of San Quentin Prison. July 4/23

 

:33b Warden James Johnston and his team, all Prisoners, San Quentin. July 4/23

 

:34a Ball team San Quentin Prison. July 4/23

 

:34b San Quentin Prison Ball Grounds

 

:34c San Quentin Ball Grounds

 

San Quentin Ball Grounds. July 4/23

 

:36c San Quentin Ball Game. July 4/23

 

San Quentin Ball Grounds. July 4/23

 

:38a Pres. W.G. Harding's Funeral, leaving the Palice [Palace] Hotel on Friday, Aug. 3/23 at 5:15 P.M. for the 3rd & Townsend Depot on its way to Washington, D.C. The arrow in center of Hotel is the Reception Room of the Pres. and the arrow on the side of Hotel points to the room in which he died.

 

:39a Pres. W.G. Harding's Funeral passing down 3rd St. from Market St. between the Call & Examiner Buildings on Friday, Aug. 3/23 at 5:15 P.M. on its way to Washington, D.C.

 

:42a East on O'Farrell St. from Devisadero [Divisadero] St. May 1923

 

:44 Lincoln School East side of 5th St. bet. Market & Mission Sts. in 1870. The dark building in back is the old State Normal School and the one with the clock was St. Ignatius College. The stones on the sidwalk [sic] are for the U.S. Mint.

 

:46a July 1923, Jamestown, Tuolumne Co., Calif.

 

:46b The Old Church at Columbus, Tuolumne Co., Calif. Built about 1856. Photo taken July 1923

 

:47 The Odd Fellows Hall at Columbus, Tuolumne Co., Calif. Taken July 1923

 

:51a North on Montgomery St. from Calif. St. July 1923

 

:51b West on Geary St. from 38th Ave. July 1923

 

:52a West on 24th St. from York St. July 1923

 

:52b South on Connecticut St. from 19th St. July 1923

 

:55a 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

 

:55b Looking South from Vermont and 20th St. Showing the San Francisco Hospital and Bernal Hights [Heights]. Oct. 1923

 

:56a East on Market St. from Grant Ave. N.S.G. [Native Sons of the Golden] West Parade. Sept. 10/23

 

:56b South on Mission from 26th St. Oct. 1923

 

:57a N.S.G. [Native Sons of the Golden] West Parade. Sept. 10/23

 

:57b Sept. 1923. L. to R.: Officer Chamberland - Sergt. Mahoney - Capt. of Police Chas. Goff and Lieut. of Police Fields

 

:70 West on Geary St. from 8th Ave. Oct. 1923

 

:71a East on Broadway from Sansome St. Oct. 1923

 

:71b South on 3rd St. from Eunis [?] St. Oct. 1923

 

:72a West on Fulton St. from 37th Ave. Oct. 1923

 

:72b North on San Bruno Ave. from Visitation Ave. Oct. 1923

 

:73 Westside of Montgomery St. bet. Clay and Sacramento Sts. 1880

 

:74a L. to R.: Capt. Lemon - Chief D.J. O'Brien & Capt. H. Gleeson. Annual Parade & Review, S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Dept.]. Oct. 27/23

 

:74b L. to R.: Capt. Fred Lemon - Chief D.J. O'Brien, Capt. H. Gleeson Review, S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Dept.]. Oct. 27/23

 

:75a Capt. H. Gleeson - Chief D.J. O'Brien with the Color Co. S.F.P [San Francisco Police] Dept. in Review. Oct. 27/23

 

:75b L. to R.: Capt. H. Gleeson - Chief D.J. O'Brien in front of him, Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Commissioner Theo. J. Roche - Jesse B. Cook - Andrew J. Mahoney, and Capt. F. Lemon. Oct. 27/23

 

:76a L. to R.: Capt. Lemon - Chief O'Brien - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr., Commissioner Theo. J. Roche - Jesse B. Cook - Andrew J. Mahoney. Oct. 27/23, in front of the State Bldg. McAllister & Polk Sts.

 

:76b L. to R.: Capt. Lemon - Capt. Gleeson - Commissioner Jesse B. Cook - Andrew J. Mahoney - Capt. Wall, Com. - Theo. J. Roche - Capt. Mooney - Chief D.J. O'Brien & Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. Oct. 27/28

 

:77a L. to R.: Capt. Lemon - Capt. Gleeson - Capt. O'Meara, Com.- Jesse B. Cook - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr., and Chief D.J. O'Brien. Oct. 27/23

 

:77b L. to R.: Capt. O'Day - Chief O'Brien - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr., Com. - Roche - Com. Cook - Com. Mahoney - Capt. Lemon - Capt. Gleeson. Oct. 27/23

 

:78a L. to R.: Capt. Wright - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. - Capt. J.J. O'Meara, Com. - Theo. J. Roche, Com. - Jesse B. Cook, Com. - A.J. Mahoney - Capt. Lemon - Capt. Gleeson. Oct. 27/23

 

:78b Mounted Police passing in Review in front of the City Hall - Oct. 27/23

 

:79a Reviewing stand in front of the City Hall, Oct. 27/23, for the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Parade

 

:79b L. to R.: Chief D.J. O'Brien - Mayor Jas. Rolph, Jr. In back of him, Com. Theo. J. Roche - Capt. Wall - In front of him, Capt. Gleeson - Com. Jesse B. Cook, and Com. A.J. Mahoney with his high hat. Oct. 27/23, cor. Polk & McAllister Sts.

 

:80 East on Market St. from Guerrero St. Oct. 1923

 

:82b North on Octavia St. from Bush St. Nov. 1923

 

:83a U.S. Post Office, N.E. cor. 7th & Mission Sts. April 18/06

 

:83b West on Geary St. from 4th Ave. Nov. 1923. French Hospital on the left.

 

:84a East on Geary St. from Taylor St. Nov. 1923. Cliff Hotel on the right at the corner.

 

:84b East on Fulton St. from 2nd Ave. Nov. 1923

 

:85a East on Columbus Ave. from Lombard St. Nov. 1923

 

:85b East on Geary St. from 10th Ave. Nov. 1923

 

:86a North on Van Ness Ave. from Calif. St. Nov. 1923

 

:86b West on Post St. from Octavia St. Nov. 1923

 

:87a East on Bryant St. from 4th St. Nov. 1923

 

:87b South on 4th St. from Bryant St. Nov. 1923

 

:90a East on Moulton St. from Fillmore St. Dec. 1923

 

:90b East on Mission from Randall St. Dec. 1923

 

:91a East on Columbus Ave. from Stockton St. Dec. 1923

 

:91b North on Mission St. from Mohawk St. Dec. 1923

 

:92a Left to Right: Frank Crockett, San Francisco Fire Dept. and Sam Bones, Southern Pacific Rail Road Co. An Old Conductor on the Oakland Steam Local Train about 1884

 

:93 East on Howard St. from 11th St. Dec. 1923

 

:99a International Police Convention at San Francisco. June 1922

 

:105 West on McAllister St. from Pierce St. Dec. 1923

 

:106b West on Market St. from 9th St. Dec. 1923

 

:108 Wm. A. Pinkerton at the age of 40 years

 

:109 South from 10th & Polk St. across Market St. Dec. 1923

 

:110 L. to R.: Dec. 1923 - A.F. Lemberger - Lieut. of Police Chas. Dullea - Jesse B. Cook, Police Commissioner - W.L. Hughson - Col. W.F. Culbertson - Capt. of Detectives D. Matheson - Elliott M. Epsteen, and Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien - Presenting Lieut. of Police Chas. Dullea with a star.

 

:111a North on San Bruno Ave. from Faith St. Dec. 1923

 

:111b North on Van Ness Ave. from Calif. St. Dec. 1923

 

:112a North on Grove St. from Pierce St. Dec. 1923

 

:112b North on Mission St. from Pershing Ave. Dec. 1923

 

:113 East on Pacific St. from Davis St. Dec. 1923

 

:132 In back not known. Seated L. to R.: G. Wallfisch - C. Brennan - W. Duane - Geo. Brown. In the second row - Front Row, L. to R.: S.B. Faguzie [?], Jr., H. King - and J. De Martini - Members of the B.P.O. Elks #3. San Francisco. Feb. 1924

 

:133 L. to R.: W. Duane - H. King - J. De Martini - Geo. Brown - G. Wallfisch, and in the sand, S.B. Fugazi [?]- San Francisco Lodge, B.P.O. Elks, #3. Feb. 1924

 

:134 L. to R. in the sand - J. De Martini, S.B. Faguzi [?], Jr., and H. King - standing Geo. Brown

 

:135a Nurses L. to R.: G. Wallfisch, W. Duane, Geo. Brown, and C. Brennan. In their laps, L. to R.: J. De. Martini, H. King, and S.B. Fugazi [?], Jr. - B.P.O. Elks, in G.G. [Golden Gate] Park. Feb. 1924

 

:135b Standing L. to R.: G. Wallfisch, Geo. Brown, W. Duane, and C. Brennan. In the swings, L. to R.: J. De Martini, H. King, S.B. Fugazi, Jr. - B.P.O. Elks, G.G. [Golden Gate] Park. Feb. 1924

 

:143a North on 23rd Ave. from C. Street or Cabrilla [Cabrillo] St. Jany 1924

 

:143b East on Folsome [Folsom] St. from 12th St. Jany 1924

 

:144a South from Pier 45 to Mason St. Jany 1924

 

:144b West on Calif. St. from Franklin St. Jany 1924

 

:145a South on Van Ness Ave. from Pine St. Jany 1924

 

:145b North on Stockton St. from O'Farrell St. Jany 1924

 

:146a East on Mission St. from Geneva St. Jany 1924

 

:146b North on Mission from Russia Ave. Jany 1924

 

:147 North on Sonoma Place from Union St. Jany 1924

 

:148a Hemway Terrace, north side of McAllister St., opp. Ashbury St. Jany 1924

 

:148b North on Potrero Ave. from 22nd St. The Building on the right is St. Catherine's Home for girls. Jany 1924

 

:151 North on Fillmore St. from Washington St. Jany 1924

 

:158 The Rolph family in 1875. L. to R.: Jas. Rolph, Sr., Miss Mildred Rolph - Wm. Rolph - Mrs. Jas. Rolph, Sr. - in front of her is Jas. Rolph, Jr. now our Mayor, and seated next to James is Ronald Rolph and then Geo. Rolph.

 

:185 North on 4th St. from Stevenson St. Feb. 1924

 

Volume 18

 

:5 The Old Montgomery Block built about 1850. S.E. cor. Montgomery and Washington Sts. Feb. 1924

 

:6 South side of Jackson St. from Montgomery St. Buildings built about 1854, taken Feb. 1924

 

:7a East side of Montgomery St. from Jackson St., taken Feb. 1924. Buildings built about 1854

 

:7b North on Potrero Ave. from 25th St. Feb. 1924

 

:8 N.E. cor. Montgomery and Jackson Sts. taken Feb. 1924. Buildings built about 1854

 

:9a East on Market from 8th St. Feb. 1924

 

:9b North on Jessup Place from Washington to Jackson bet. Montgomery & Sansome St. taken in Feb. 1924. Built about 1854

 

:11a North on Mission St. from 19th St. March 1924

 

:11b U.S. Sub Treasurey [Treasury] Building, north side of Commercial St. bet. Montgomery & Kearny Sts. March 1924

 

:12a East on Geary St. from 33rd Ave. March 1924, showing the United and Municiple [Municipal] R. Roads

 

:12b Traffic Officers, S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept., L. to R.: H.F. Pfister, B.J. Getchell, E.P. Fischer, P.L. McEvoy, and J.F. Mackey, Jr., March 1924

 

:13a N.W. cor. Montgomery & Merchant St. March 1924. Building was built in 1856.

 

:13b Geo. W. Simmons, 94 years old of Hayes Valley, San Francisco, Calif., a Vet. of the Indian Wars. Taken in 1924

 

:14a North on New Montgomery St. from Jessie St. March 1924 - Palace Hotel on the left and the Crocker Bank opposite.

 

:14b L. to R.: Standing H. Kellehir, F. Bowerman, E.J. Dutil, A.T. Hanson. Sitting: F. Lotsey and Lieut. J.C. Field, March 1924. S.F.P. [San Francisco Police] Depot

 

:15 Det. Sergt. John J. Manion's, China Town Squad, March 1924. L. to R.: Sitting - John Connolly, Geo. W. O'Leary, Detective Sergt. J.J. Manion, Thos. F. Cronin, J.P. O'Connor. Next Row: J.J. O'Donnell, Carl R. Mareus, Horace M. McGowan, L.P. Delmas, David

 

:23a East on Portola Drive from Claremont Blvd. Feb. 1924

 

:23b North on Potrero Ave. from Mariposa St. Feb. 1924

 

:24a East on Market St. from Montgomery St. Feb. 1924

 

:24b North on 2nd Ave. from Balboa St. Feb. 1924

 

:25a East on Balboa St. from 2nd Ave. Feb. 1924

 

:25b North on Octavia St. from Bush St. Feb. 1924

 

:26a North on Mission St. from Silver Ave. Feb. 1924

 

:26b North on 11th St. from Folsome [Folsom] St. March 1924

 

:27 South side of Jackson St. from Sansome St. April 1924 - These buildings were built about 1856

 

:28 West side of Sansome St. from Jackson St. April 1924. These buildings were built about 1856

 

:29 North side of Washington St. from Sansome St. April 1924 - These buildings were built about 1856

 

:31 N.W. on Columbus Ave. from Jackson St. April 1924

 

:32 North on Treat Ave. from 25th St. April 1924

 

:33a Father McQuaid's Funeral from St. Mary's Cathedral, cor. Van Ness Ave. and O'Farrell St. April 1924

 

:34a East on Jackson St. from Kearny St. April 1924. Broken Water Pipe

 

:34b North from Washington St. on Sansome St. April 1924. These buildings were built about 1856

 

:35 N.W. cor. Sansome & Washington St. April 1924. This building was built in 1856

 

:55a North East on Mission St. from Anondago [Onondaga] Ave. May 1924

 

:55b S.W. on Mission St. from Anondago [Onondaga] Ave. May 1924

 

:56a North East on Mission St. from Cortland Ave. May 1924

 

:59 412-Montgomery St. East side bet. Calif. & Sacramento St. This building was built in 1865 and later taken down in June 1924

 

:60a San Francisco Hospital taken from West side of Potrero Ave. at 22nd St. June 1924

 

:60b West on Market St. from 13th St. June 1/24

 

:61a Police Quartett [sic] standing L. to R.: John McGreevey, Claude Ireland, Raymond Harris, Harry Frustuck. Sitting down, Gladys La Mar.

 

:61b North on Mason St. from Francisco. June 1924

 

:62a Police Quartett [sic], standing L. to R.: John McGreevey, Corpl. McQuerney, Harry Frustuck. Seated L. to R. - Claude Ireland, and Raymond Harris. June 1924

 

:74a East on Howard St. from 12th St. June 1924

 

:74b East on Geary St. from Devisadero [Divisadero] St. June 1924

 

:75a West on Howard St. from 12th St. June 1924

 

:75b N.W. on Columbus Ave. from Bay St. June 1924

 

:76a South on Cortland Ave. from Wool St. June 1924

 

:76b South on 8th St. from Bryant St. June 1924

 

:93 May 4/24, Truck #1 - San Francisco Fire Dept. Taken in front of the Savings Union Office Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. at #1-Grand Ave. L. to R.: On the seat, G. Forsell the Motorman, Capt. Geo. Brown, standing L. to R.: Batt. Chief Kearny, Pres. Fire Commission Frank Sykes, Paul Katchinski, Frank Crockett, Retired Engineer, Ass. Chief Thos. J. Murphy, Chas. McLaughlin, Jas. Heffenger, Thos. Brady, Walter Murphy and Tillerman Ed. Lamb. This truck was built by the Employees of the S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. April 1924. The boy on the truck is Jack Burgoyne.

 

:94 May 4/24 - Truck #1 - S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. Taken in front of the Savings Union Office Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. at #1-Grant Ave. L. to R.: On seat, G. Forsell, Motorman, Capt. Geo. Brown. Standing L. to R.: Batt. Chief Kearny, Pres. Fire Commission Frank Sykes, Paul Katchinski, Frank Crockett, Retired Engineer, Ass. Chief Thos. J. Murphy. On the other side of the Truck is C. Valentine. Back to the other side, Chas. McLaughlin, Jas. Heffenger, Thos. Brady, Walter Murphy, and at the Tiller Ed. Lamb. This truck was built by the Employees of the S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. April 1924. The boy on the truck is Jack Burgoyne.

 

:95 Boys' Week at San Francisco, April 28th to May 4th, 1924. Inc. Capt. Lackman with L. to R.: Chief of Police Donald Bryer - Sect. to Police Commission, Master Ericksen, commissioner - Det. Sergt. Master Parks.

 

:96 Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien and Boy Chief Donald Bryer, Boys' Week, April 28th to May 4th, 1924

 

:97 Boys' Week at San Francisco, Calif. April 28th to May 4th, 1924 Inc. L. to R.: Robt. M. Hall of the Rochainbeau School, John Golebrick of the Frankin School, Louis Pelzner of the Everett School, Richard Elkins of the Grant School and Lieut. Fields of the S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept.

 

:177 L. to R.: Frank Crockett of the S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept., Retired. W.F. Heavenire, Engineer, N.Y. [New York] Fire Dept., Retired. Batt. Chief N.Y. [New York] Fire Dept. Ben Gicquel, Retired, 1885.

 

:183a West on 21st St. from Bartlett St. June 1924

 

:183b South on 34th Ave. from Clement St. 1924

 

:184a West on Clement St. from 34th Ave. June 1924

 

:185a South on Terrace Drive from Portola Drive (St. Francis Wood). June 1924

 

:185b North on Portola Drive from Terrace Drive (St. Francis Wood). June 1924

 

:186 Loot recovered by S.F. [San Francisco] Police Dept. June 12/24. Loot valued at $6000.00 and taken from 3808-17th St. on the seat of Truck. Sergt. Geo. McLaughlin. Standing L. to R.: Det. Jas. Mitchell, Policeman J. Barricklo, Det. Sergt. Leo. Brenner and Policeman John Evatt

 

Volume 19

 

:3a East on Howard St. from 5th St. Aug. 1924.

 

:3b East on Pine from Scott St. Aug. 1924.

 

:4 North on Scott St. from Pine St. Aug. 1924. The White House on the left with the Palms is the home of Dr. Thos. E . Schumate [Shumate].

 

:7a The Hetch Hetchy Project 1924. The lady on the left is Miss Margaret Mary Morgan, the Supervisor, and the lady in the center dressed in white is Mrs. Jas Ralph, Jr.

 

:8 The Hetch Hetchy Project 1924.

 

:9 San Francisco and the Olympic Club greets our U. S. Handball Champions: Joe (Red) Murray, Jack Donovan, Lane McMillian. (Photo by Morton & Co. 515 Market St.)

 

:10 The first ball of the season 1924. Mayor Jas. Ralph, Jr.

 

:11 Play Ball. Season 1924. Mayor Jas. Ralph, Jr.

 

:12a West Side of Mission St. between 14th and 15th Sts.

 

:12b North East from Steuart and Harrison Sts. Sept. 1924.

 

:13a S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. Drill Team in front of the City Hall, Polk St. Sept. 12/24.

 

:13b South on 8th Ave., Geary St. Sept. 1924.

 

:14a Grave of Jas. Sullivan hanged by the Vigilance Committee May 31/56 at San Francisco, Calif. His grave is in the Mission Delores [Dolores] Cemetery.

 

:14b North of Potrero Ave., from 16th St., Sept. 1924.

 

:15a The grave of Chas. Cora hanged by the Vigilance Committee, May 22/56, and his wife Bell who was a woman of the world in San Francisco, Calif. Their graves are in Laurel Hill Cemetery.

 

:15b North on 3rd St. from Underwood St. Sept. 1924.

 

:17 Old Volunteer Firemen at the S.F. [San Francisco] Dept. in Sept. 1924.

 

:18 East on McAllister St. from Octavia St. Sept. 1924.

 

:19a Volunteer Firemen of the San Francisco Fire Dept. Sept. 1924.

 

:19b East on Buena Vista Ave. From the South Side of Buena Vista Park. Sept. 1924.

 

:20 What is left of old Tucker town built in 1873. The photo was taken from Webster and Washington Sts. looking N. E. Tucker town was a block of homes from Washington to Jackson and from Buchanan to Webster, and was built by a Mr. Tucker. Phot. Taken Sept. 1924 and now Dec. 1924 these homes have been torn down.

 

:21a North Pine St. Susanville, Calif. No. 100.

 

:21b Old business district, Susanville, Cal. Photo by Engel.

 

:21c Eagle Lake, Lassen Co. Cal. Photo by Engel.

 

:22a Upper Main St. and Antler's Club Susanville, Cal.

 

:22b B.P.O.E. Antler's Home. Susanville, Calif. No. 80. My trip to Susanville, Lassen Co., and Eagle Lake, July 15/24.

 

:23a Olympic Club.

 

[San Francisco Police Department Basketball Team]

 

:24b [Jack Dempsey and E. Hottinger in Boxer's Pose] S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:25 Ed. Hunter S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:26 Jas. Collins S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:27 Corpl. Al Schmidt S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:28 Geo. Sullivan S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:29 V. Van Matre S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:30 Ed Dathe S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:31 Ralph Anderson S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:33a Ed Dathe and Jack Dempsey.

 

:33b Corpl. H. Reilly S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:34a Corpl. H. Reilly and Geo. Page S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:34b [List of San Francisco Police Department, 1924, at Poolside]

 

:35a T. Cronin, T. Berger, J. McVey, W. Krohn, C. Valentine. S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:36a R. Puccinelli and W. Madisson.

 

:36b Western Delegates who attended the 52nd annual Convention of the International Association of Fire Engineers, Buffalo, N. Y., August 19th to 22nd, 1924.

 

:37 Lieut. P. Richter, Chas. Greenfield, Geo. Voison.

 

:38a Geo B. Barren, J. Reilly, J. Coughlan, Pat Coyevn, R. Puccinelli, J. O'Brien, W. Madison, Sam Slauich, W.Webb, A. Diemo, S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:38b P. Richter, G. Murray, C. Greenfield, R. O'Connell, J. McCann, F. Harrington, D. Paulson, T. Barnacle, T. Allen, W. Barnes, P. Flaherty, S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] 1924.

 

:39 North on Webster from Grove Street, July 1924, The Old brewery on the right side.

 

:40 S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department], July 4/24, Back Row, L. to R.: McCann, McGurn, Middle Row: Waterman...Barnacle, Barnes, Paulson, Richter; Seated: Greenfield, Murray, Cook.

 

:41 Standing, L to R: Cordray, Jackson, S. Heinrichs, G. Belger, O'Leary, B. Goetschel, A. Schmidt, G. Wathea, Coughlin, J. Brouders, Lieut. C. Fields, J. Burns. Seated: R. Hunter, M. Daley, P. Maloney, J. Collins, Driscoll, P. Fisher, M. Halen, Front Row: J. McInerney, Coach, C. Dredal [sic]. S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] July 4/24.

 

:42 Standing L to R: Back Row: M. Daley, Phil Lindecker, Robt. Hunter, Jas. Collins, Chas Beck, Gus Belger, Chas. Iredale, Chas. Bronden, Second Row: Pete Malone, Ed Dathe, B. Grechel, Corpl. A. Schmidt, Peter Hendricks, B. Burns, Lieut. C. Fields, Seated: Corpl. Thos. McInerney (Captain), C. R. Kiernan (Coach), Thos. McLachlan. S.F.P.D. [San Francisco Police Department] July 4/24.

 

:43 San Francisco Fire Dept. Field Day July 4/24 L to R: Barron, Casseley, Lotleitz, Bustin, Papa, O'Shea, Barnacle, McGurn, McElway, Medisa, Maher, Ramus, McInerney.

 

:44 San Francisco Fire Dept. 1908 Engine Crew No. 2. North side of Bush St. next to St. George Stables between Grant Ave., and Kearney [Kearny]. L to : R. Murray, Chas. Brennan, Matt Collins, C. Ofberbeck, Capt. M. O'Brien, J. Collions, Jack Mitchell, Chas. Shebal, Chorus Girl, Chief Mills, Jim Flater.

 

:46 Excitement on Montgomery between Calif. and Sac Sts. East Side Sept. 16/72 during the break in Meadow Valley Stock dropped from $34.00 to $19.50. The building 408 to 410 was torn down July 15/24.

 

:47 Detective Sergeants San Francisco Police Dept. 1904 L to R: H. Brage, D. Maltheson, D. Gibson, J. Dinan, F. Bailey, Geo. Mulcahey, Chas. Taylor, Geo. McMahon, Ed Orren, R. Silvey, Ed. O'Day, Thos. Gibson, R. Whitaker, H. Reynolds, T. Ryan, Ed Byson, Capt. J. Burnet, R. Hogan, Gus Harper, and Tim Bainbridge. I did duty with them all, J. B. Cook.

 

:48a Police Judge Owens, now deceased. Taken about 1900.

 

:48b South on 38th Avenue from California Street, Aug. 24.

 

:49 San Francisco Police Dept. In 1904 L to R: A. M. Smith, B. Clancey, J. Hayes, E. Rotangie J. Farrell and Serg. H. .H Christopher.

 

:53 North on San Bruno Ave., from Oakdale Ave, Sept. 1924.

 

:59 South on Cole St. from Frederick St. Aug, 1924.

 

:62 Capt. of Police A. W. Layne, San Francisco, 1924.

 

:63a Frank Crockett, S.F. Fire Dept. 1923.

 

:63b West on Army Street near the Gas Tank, August 1924.

 

:64a Christmas December 1923 at the Bush Street Police Station on Bush Street North Side between Polk and Van Ness Ave.

 

:64b North on Powell St. from Market St. in 1868.

 

:65 North East from Powell and Sacramento Sts. 1890.

 

:66a East on Frederick Street from Cole Street, Aug, 1924.

 

:66b Chutes at the Beach or 790 --Great Highway, Aug. 1924. Serg. Kavanagh in the back seat and Off. Arthur Nolan in front of him.

 

:67 At the Chutes on the beach or 790 --Great Highway Aug. 1924. A man was thrown from this train and killed.

 

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

 

:69a Geo. O'Brien son of W. J. O'Brien, Chief of Police, San Francisco. (A Film Actor).

 

:69b South on Mason St. from Lombard St. Oct. 1924.

 

:70 The Old Mission Police Station on 17th St. between Folsom and Harrison Sts. Sept. 1924.

 

:71 The Bay View Police Station at 1617 Newcomb Ave, near 3rd St., S.F. [San Francisco] Calif in Sept 1924. Corpl. Nolan in front of Station.

 

:72a The Old Road House on the South Side of Fulton St. between Divisadero and Broderick Sts. Built around 1870 --Photo taken Sept 1924.

 

:72b Mark Hopkins Art Ass. Of the University of Calif. S. E. corner Mason and Calif. Sts. Oct. 1924.

 

:73a The Old Road House on the South Side of Fulton St. between Divisadero and Broderick Sts. Built around 1870 --Photo taken Sept 1924.

 

:73b East on Calif. St. from Mason St. showing the Stanford Court Apts. and the Mark Hopkins Art Ass. Bldg. Oct. 1924.

 

:75a S. E. On Columbus Ave from Lombard St. Oct. 1924.

 

:75b East on Townsend St . From 5th St. Oct. 1924.

 

:76 West on Geary Street from 21st Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:78a East on Geary St. from 21st Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:78b East on Turk St. from Franklin St. Nov. 1924.

 

:79a North on Franklin St. from Turk St. Nov. 1924.

 

:79b North on 9th St. from Folsom St. Nov. 1924.

 

:80a East on Folsom St. from 9th St. Nov. 1924.

 

:80b North on Bartlett St. from 23rd St. Nov 1924.

 

:81a North on 3rd St. from Mariposa St. Nov. 1924.

 

:81b East on Geary St from 10th Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:82 Our Police Dog on Nov. 4/24 Election Day.

 

:83 North on 4th St. from Harrison St.

 

:86a Geo. Blum Police Photographer, Sept. 1924.

 

:86b East on Mission from 12th St. Nov. 1924.

 

:94a West on Geary St. from 21st Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:94b The house in the center is the home of Fred M. Pickering at 2750 Broadway St. on the Northside of Broadway between Divisadero and Broderick Sts.

 

:95a The old home of E. W. Burr, north side of Filbert St. between Polk and Van Ness Ave. Built in 1860. Mr. Barr was the Pres. of the old Clay St. Bank in 1874, South Side of Clay between Montgomery and Kearney [Kearny] Sts.

 

:95b As the front of this building was changed we had to take this Photo from the rear as that part of the building is the same as when it was built in 1860. It stands back from the N. E. corner Great Highway and Balboa St. The old Pacific Ocean House. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:96a The Old House of Mr. John S. Drumm at 2740 Broadway between Divisadero and Broderick Sts. On the North side of the street.

 

:96b The old McElroy house on the East side of Gough Street between Union and Green Sts. built 1868. This is a brick building and a part of it was shook out by the Earthquake of 1906. It was then secured with a wooden frame as you can see Nov. 29/24.

 

:97a These Fig trees were planted by Jesse B. Cook from a slip in July 1892. This place is on the highway between Lockford and Clements in San Joaquin Co. It was the Rawls Ranch, Nov. 29/24.

 

:97b On the south side of Mission St. between Embarcadero and Steward St. Built in 1878, the top floor was the first home of the Sailors Union of the Pacific. The fire of April 1906 did not touch it. It is the oldest house on Mission St. from the water to 20th St. Nov. 29/24.

 

:98a The old home of Miss Jennie M. A. Hurley on the North side of Pacific Ave. between Franklin and Gough Sts. Built in 1874. Miss Hurley was the oldest Principal in the S.F. [San Francisco] Schools. For years she was the Principal of the old Spring Valley on Presidio Road now Union St. between Franklin and Gough. Nov. 29/24.

 

:98b The old house of Attorney M. M. Ester and now the home of Abe Ruef at 2819 Pierce St. between Union and Green Sts. on the West side. Built in 1870. Nov. 29/24.

 

:99a The house of the Superintendent in the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Southside of Geary Street between Parker and Augiello [Arguello?] Blvd. Nov. 29/24. Built around 1870.

 

:99b The old Ocean House now Tails at the Beach. 2526 Great Highway . Built in 1855. Nov. 29/24.

 

:100a The old Halliday home in Lafayette Park back from the South East corner Washington andOctavia. Built in 1866. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:100b The old Last Chance Saloon N. W. corner Bryant and Main St. Built about 1886 when the Bay came up to the front door of the saloon,. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:101a The home of the Superintendent of the Laurel Hill Cemetery back from the N. W. corner Bush and Presidio Ave. Built around 1870. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:101b Saved from the fire of April 18/06 and built about 1860 when the Bay came up to Steuart St. East side of Steuart St. between Howard and Folsom Sts. Used as Sailor Boarding House. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:102 Miss Luria Tetrazgini [Luisa Tetrazzini] in 1912.

 

:110 The following 20 photos are of the Annual Inspection and Review, San Francisco Police Dept. Polk St. side of the City Hall, Oct. 25/24. Front line on the Grand Stand L to R: Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr., Commissioners Theo. J. Roche, Jesse B. Cook, Dr. Theo. Schmitte [Thos. Shumate?] and A. F. Mahon. Next Judge A. T. Barnett, Supervisors Alfred Roncovieri, Jack Barry, Charles F. Scully, Wild Bill Scott on the side.

 

Grand Stand L to R : Mayor Jas. Rolph Jr., Commissioners Theo. J. Roche, Jesse B. Cook, Dr. Theo. Schmitte [Thos. Shumate?] and A. F. Mahon. Next Judge A. T. Barnett, Supervisors Alfred Roncovieri, Jack Barry, Charles F. Scully, Wild Bill Scott on the side.

 

:112a L to R: Theo. J. Roche, Mayor Rolph, Cook, Thumate [Shumate], Mahony, and Det. Supt. Jas. Nealy.

 

:112b Cook, O'Brien, Rolph, Roche.

 

:119a The Mayor with his Commissioners and Chief are now inspecting Lieut. Fields and the Traffic Co.

 

:119b Capt. Wall, Jesse B. Cook, Mr. Thos. E. Shumate, Chief W. J. O'Brien, Lieut. Copeland, Mayor Rolph.

 

:120 Capt. J. J. O'Meara and his Company.

 

:121 Wm. N. O'Connor alias Big Bill O'Connor alias Frank O'Riley wounded in a gun battle with a number of Detectives at a 6th St. apartment house on July 7th, 1924. The shooting was through a door to his apartment. The door was riddled with bullets and Big Bill was badly wounded. He was wanted for Bank Robbery and a number of holdups. One was the Gilman Jewelry Store on June 24/24, N. E. corner Post and Stockton Sts. At 9am he and three other men took $100,000 in jewelry. On this charge his plea was guilty and he was sent to San Quentin for one year to life.

 

:122a Ernest Booth alias Ray Reeves [criminal record follows]

 

:122b Edward Grant alias Robert E. Grant [criminal record follows]

 

:125a East on Golden Gate Ave. from Van Ness Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:125b East on McAllister St. from Van Ness Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:126a East on Mission St. from 8th Street, Nov. 1924.

 

:126b North on 8th St. from Mission St. Nov. 1924.

 

:127a North on Van Ness Ave. from McAllister St. Nov. 1924.

 

:127b North on 3rd St. from McKinnon Ave. Nov. 1924.

 

:128a Home of Superintendent in his Masonic Cemetery. Built about 1874 on Turk St. between Masonic Ave. and Parker Ave. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:128b This is the oldest building on Main St., it was saved from the fire of April 18/06. N. E. corner Main and Folsom St. Built about 1875. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:129a The center building is the last of the old Pioneer Woolen Mills. Built in 1860 at 812-814 North Point St. between Hyde and Larsen Sts. on the north side of the St. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:129b This building was moved from S. E. corner Sutter and Van Ness Ave. to the North side of Pacific Ave. between Webster and Fillmore Sts. It was the house of Geo. A. Newhall who was a Police Commissioner from 1900 to 1905. And used as a Public School from 1921 to 1924. Taken Nov. 29/24. Built about 1886.

 

:130a The oldest home on Broderick St. built about 1864 at the S. W. corner Broderick and Grove St. Taken Nov. 29/24. [Appended note reads:] From information received from neighbors in the near vicinity, I went to #708 Haight St., where I interviewed a Mrs. B. Soheu, who stated she was the daughter of a Mrs. Margarette Elizabeth Koch, who had this home built about the year 1864 and occupied it with her family, until the epidemic of Small Pox broke out, about the year 1869, at which time she moved her family out and never returned to same. About the year 1871, the property through a Real Estate Agent, unknown to Mrs. Margarette E. Koch, was rented to a Beautiful, blond woman, who conducted this home as a road house for about two years. Mrs. Margarette Elizabeth Koch, died about the year 1888, and the property was willed by her to her oldest son, Edward Koch, who left this property at the time of his death to his heirs. Mrs. Phillippena Soheu, further stated at the time her mother built this home, no white persons were living in that neighborhood, it being used by Chinese for truck gardening. The property at one time was owned by Nichols Olandt, President of the German Bank, California St. between Kearney [Kearny] and Montgomery Sts. The home is now being occupied by the Baraco family. Oliver P. Joseph. Police Officer #7.

 

:130b The last house left standing, that was built on the old Presidio Road now Union St. at the S. E. corner Union and Gough Sts. Built about 1875 it was built for Miss Emma McElroy by her father who lived next door in the Octagon House.

 

:131a The old home of Mr. Talbot Sr. of the Pope and Talbot Lumber Co. N.E. corner Jackson and Franklin Sts. Built about 1875. Taken Nov. 29/24.

 

:131b The old home of D. Ghirardelli, the chocolate man, N. W. corner Baker and Pacific Ave. Taken 11/24/24.

 

:131c The New House of D. Ghirardelli at Hillsborough, San Mateo Co. Taken 11/24/24.

 

:132a The Alini home. His Daughter cf, [?] E. W .Burr Pres. of the Old Celay [Clay?] St. Bank. This home is on the West side of Gough St. between Green and Union Sts. Built about 1977.Taken 11/24/24.

 

:132b N. E. corner Steuart and Folsom Sts. Built about 1870. Taken 11/24/24. Built when the water came up to Steuart St. and used as a Sailors Boarding House.

 

:133a This is the last home left standing on the Old Point Lobos Toll road now Geary St. between 27th and 28th Aves. On the South side of the St. it was known as the Lewis House and was built about 1865. Taken 11/24/24.

 

:133b West on Geary St. from Masonic Ave. Dec. 1/24.

 

:134a North on Polk from Ellis St. Dec. 1/24.

 

:134b West on Geary from Flood St. Dec. 1/24.

 

:135a East on Geary St. from Laguna St. Dec. 1/24.

 

:135b West on Ocean Ave. From Ortega. Dec. 1/24.

 

:137 Mr. Frank Crockett. Retina Engineer of the S.F.F. [San Francisco Fire] Dept. This photo was taken in 1874 when he was a member of the Iron Base Ball Club of New Jersey.

 

:138 East on 17th St. from Diamond St. Dec. 1/24.

 

:140a North on 7th St. from Mission St. Dec. 1924. Post Office on the right.

 

:140b North on Valencia St. from 23rd St. Dec. 1924.

 

:142 Mr. Fred Murphy of the Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. January 1925.

 

:143 Elevated view east on Sutter St. from Powell St. January 1925.

 

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

 

:147 West on Geary St. from 19th Ave. January 1925.

 

:148 Bat. Chief Fred Grate, S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. January 1925.

 

:149a Bat. Chief John J. Kenny S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. January 1925.

 

:149b Old Peoples Home, East side of Franklin St. between Post and Geary Sts. Built in 1864.Taken January 1925.

 

:150a Bat. Chief John Gavin --S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. January 1925.

 

:150b The Old Geary St. Cable Car Barn N. W. corner 19th Ave. and Geary St. Built about 1880.

 

:151a Bat. Chief Chas. Sr. Malloy -- S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept. January 1925.

 

:151b East on 17th St. from Connecticut St. January 1925.

 

:152a Bat. Chief Sam Spear -- [San Francisco] Fire Dept. January 1925.

 

:152b East on North Point St. from Larkin St. January 1925.

 

:154 West on Geary St. from Blake St. January 1925.

 

:155 East on Bay St. from Polk January 1925.

 

:156 West on Bay St. from Polk St. January 1925.

 

:160 East on Minor [?] St. from Fillmore St.

 

:161 The Drill Tower San Francisco Fire Dept. 11th and Bryant Sts. January, 1925.

 

:163 North on 6th Ave. From Geary St. January, 1925.

 

:171 East on Geary St. from 6th Ave. January, 1925.

 

:173 The Ball Team of Old Sacred Heart College, S. E. corner Eddy and Larkin Sts. In this photo is Sergt. of Police Flinn, chief of Police D. A. White and Attorney Jas. W. Hanley.

 

:179 East on O'Farrell St. from Leavenworth St. Feb. 1925.

 

:180 East on Duboce Ave. from Guerrero St. Feb. 1925.

 

:181a Main Gate to the S.F. [San Francisco] Relief House. Feb. 1925.

 

:181b North side of Mission St. at 19th St. Feb. 1925.

 

:183 Sergt. of Police M. J. Brady killed in the discharge of his duty at Calif. and Mason Sts. Sept. 1/24 at about 12:30pm.

 

Volume 20

 

:2b West on Irving St. from 48th Ave. Feb. 1925

 

:4a South on 48th Ave. from Irving St. Feb. 1925

 

:4b North on Sansome St. from Sacramento St. March 1925

 

:5a South on Sansome St. from Sacramento St. 1925

 

:5b North on Mission St. from 20th St. showing cor. 19th & Mission St. 1919

 

:6a N.W. cor 9th Ave. & Irving St. 1920

 

:6b The Old Bancroft Library, now a part of the St. Luk's [Luke's] Hospital at Valencia & Army St. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:7a N.W. cor. 16th & Valencia St. 1920

 

:7b The New Hippodrome Dance Hall at 560-Pacific St., the last of the Barbara [Barbary] Coast on Pacific bet. Kearny & Montgomery Sts. Photo taken Feb. 1925. Jesse B. Cook on the sidewalk.

 

:8a N.E. cor. Post & Fillmore Sts. 1920

 

:8b An Other View of the Old Barbara [Barbary] Coast. The Old Hippodrome & Bella Union Dance Halls at 557-Pacific St. bet. Kearny & Montgomery Sts. Photo taken Feb. 1925. Jesse B. Cook on the sidewalk

 

:9a East on Sutter St. from Polk St. 1920

 

:9b Third View of the Old Barbara [Barbary] Coast. The Thalia Dance Hall at 732- Pacific St. bet. Kearny & Montgomery St. Photo taken Feb. 1925. Jesse B. Cook on the sidewalk

 

:10a N.W. cor. 6th Ave. & Clement St. 1920

 

:10b Butcher Town from 3rd & Hunter's Point Sts. Bay View Dist. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:11a North side of Broadway & Columbus Ave. 1920. The cross is where the old County Jail stood from 1850 to 1906.

 

:11b Butcher Town from 3rd St. near Hunter's Point St., Bay View. The Bridge you see is the Bridge of Sighs over which the Cattle enter the Killing Pen. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:12a N.W. cor. Market & Geary Sts. 1920

 

:12b Butcher Town taken from the end of this Wharf at Bay View. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:13a The boy with the Paper Box over his head is Chief of Police, now Dan J. O'Brien

 

:13b The Old John Center Home, N.E. cor. Shotwell & 16th St. The tanks you see on the right are the tanks that held the water that saved the Mission from the fire, April 18/06. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:14a North on Fillmore St. from Eddy St. 1920

 

:14b The Old Road House at 36th & Fulton St. Schiff Bros. Proprietors, closed by them about 1920 - Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:15a East on Broadway from Columbus Ave. 1920

 

:15b All that is left of the Old Protestant Orpheum Asylum looking N.W. from Waller and Laguna, built in 1854 - Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:16a N.E. cor. Mission & 22nd Sts. 1920

 

:16b St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum at the top. Bay View Ave. Bay View - Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:17a N.W. cor. 29th & Mission Sts. 1920

 

:17b The Old Kentucky Car Barns at the S.W. cor. 3rd & 23rd Sts. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:18a N.W. cor. 3rd & 20th Sts. 1920

 

:18b St. Mary's Hospital N.W. cor. Shrader & Hayes St. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:19a What is left on the Old Homes in Long Bridge, now 2060 to 2078-3rd St. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:19b Old time homes on Long Bridge or at 2120 to 2134-3rd St. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:20a St. Ignatius College, S.W. cor. Shrader & Hayes Sts. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:20b The Old Magdalen Asylum, now known as St. Catherine's Home for wayward girls. Photo taken Feb. 1925 from Potrero Ave. & 21st St.

 

:21a The Old State Normal School, now a College for Teachers, N.E. cor. Hermann & Buchannan [Buchanan] Sts. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:21b Blankin's 6-Mile Road House, S.W. cor. San Bruno Ave. & Visitation Ave. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:22a The Pest House, Army St. near the Big Gas tank. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:22b The last of Carville at the Beach on the East side of 48th Ave. near Jade St. on 1372-48th Ave. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:23a The Old Sutro House at Sutro Hights [Heights] above the Cliff House - Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:23b The front of the Sutro Baths and other buildings at the Cliff House. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:24a Sutro Baths from the Hill. Feb. 1925

 

:24b East side of the Sutro Baths showing the Market St. R.R. Car Shed. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:25a East side of the Sutro Baths from the hill. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:25b The Cliff House from Sutro Hights [Heights]. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:26a Camp Lilenthal on the Boy Scouts' Camp, back from Sloat Blvd. near 19th Ave. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:26b The Protestant Episcopal Old Lades [Ladies] Home on the North Side of G.G. [Golden Gate] Ave. near Masonic Ave. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:27a Old People's Home, S.W. cor. Pine & Pierce Sts. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:27b North side of Union St. bet. Montgomery & Sansome Sts. These homes were saved from the fire of April 18/06. Photo taken Feb. 1925

 

:28a West on Alta St. bet. Montgomery and Sansome St. Telegraph Hill. Photo taken Feb. 1925. These homes were saved from the fire of April 18/06.

 

:28b N.W. from Alta St. near Montgomery St. Telegraph Hill. Photo taken Feb. 1925. These homes were saved from the fire of April 18/06

 

:29a N.W. cor. Union & Montgomery Sts. Telegraph Hill. Some of the homes saved from the fire of April 18/06. Photo taken Feb. 1925. The Brick at the corner is the Old Harry Maggs home built about 1854.

 

:30 18th & Mariposa Sts. March 1925

 

:31 Police Judge Lazarus with Dorothy Ellingson, the Jazz girl who killed her Mother and Det. Sergt. Jim Mitchell - Feb. 1925

 

:32a South side of Howard St. bet. 13th & 14th Sts. March 1925

 

:32b S.W. on Howard St. from 13th St. March 1925

 

:35 China Town Squad, San Francisco from July to Dec. 1905. Back Row, left to right: 1. T. O'Connell, Police Officer, 2. Fred. Krack, Police Officer, 3. H. Bolton, Police Officer, 4. Ed. Casey, Police Officer. 2nd Row, left to right: 1. Collins, now a Lieut. of Police, 2. Ed. Foley, Police Officer, 3. O. Burg, Police Officer, 4. R. Curtin, Police Officer, 5. T. Hanley, Police Officer. 3rd Row, left to right: 1., 2. T. Curtis, Police Officer, 3. T. Conley, Police Officer, 4. Cliff Fields, now a Lieut. of Police, 5. Dan Cronin, now a Lieut. of Police. 6. Front row, left to right: Sergt. Wm Ross, Corpl. Wm Ferguson. From Jesse B. Cook

 

:36 J.B. Cook breaking ground at the ½ acre ranch, Atherton, San Mateo Co. March 14/25

 

:37 Building a retaining wall on York St. at Holladay Ave. April 1928. From Jesse B. Cook

 

:38 Mr. Geo. G. Bertsche, the contractor, starting the building on Cook's ½ acre Ranch at Atherton, San Mateo Co. March 14/25

 

:39 N.S.S. Saratoga, the air-plane ship, at San Francisco. April 1928. From Jesse B. Cook

 

:47a East on Geary St. from 15th Ave. March 1925

 

:47b West from Spreckels Lake in the Golden Gate Park on Main Drive. April 1928. From Jesse B. Cook

 

:48a North on 15th Ave. from Geary St. March 1925

 

:49 Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif.'s Office at the S.W. cor. Hyde & Pacific Sts., where on April 9/25 at 2 P.M. Felix Sloper, a paroled convict, while robbing this bank shot Police Officer Geo. W. Campbell who was trying to arrest him. The Officer was shot in the stomach and from which he died on April 11/25 at 10 A.M. Sloper is in the City Prison.

 

:50a Interir [sic] of the Branch Office of the Mercantile Trust Co. At the S.W. cor. Hyde & Pacific where on April 9/25 Felix Sloper shot Police Officer Geo. W. Campbell. Looking from front door to rear of bank.

 

:50b The garage at the Cook Ranch, San Mateo Co. or Atherton. April 26/25

 

:51 Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif.'s Branch Office at S.W. cor. Hyde & Pacific Sts., where on April 9/25 at 2 P.M., Police Officer Geo. W. Campbell was shot by Felix Sloper, an ex-convict, and on April 11/25 at 10 A.M. the officer died. Looking from rear of Bank to front door.

 

:54b Front View of Cook's House at Atherton, San Mateo Co. April 26/25

 

:55 This is the first criminal photo ever transmitted by the Teleghograph [sic]. This demostration [sic] was made by the Pacific Telegraph & Telephone Co. of San Francisco on April 3/25 in the presence of Chief of Police D.J. O'Brien, Capt. D. Matheson, Capt. W.J. Quinn, and District Manager T.F. Delury of the Pacific, Telegraph & Telephone Co.

 

:57a The Fitch House, erected by Jacob P. Leese, brother-in-law of Gen. Vallejo. Headquarters of Gen. P.F. Smith, commanding U.S. Troops after the Conquest, 1847 - at Sonoma

 

:57b The Old Mission at Sonoma, Sonoma Co. Photo taken April 1925

 

:58a West on Geary St. from 2nd Ave. April 1925

 

:58b South on Peralta Ave. from Holladay St. April 1925

 

:59a Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Larkspur. April 1925

 

:59b April 1925. Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch #2 - On the West side of Creek at San Anselmo, Marin Co.

 

:60a Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch #1 - at San Anselmo, Marin Co. opp. R.R. Depot. April 1925

 

:60b Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. San Rafael Branch, Marin Co. April 1925

 

:62 Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Petaluma, Sonoma Co. April 1925

 

:63a Presidio of San Francisco Comandante's Headquarters, A.D. 1776 - Officer's Quarters, under Spanish-Mexican & American rule and the oldest adobe house in San Francisco, showing the east end of building

 

:63b West end of the same building as above.

 

:64a N.E. from the Parade Grounds at the Presidio, showing the rear of the old Officer's Quarters or homes, built about 1860

 

:64b Old Fort Point, now known as Fort Winfield Scott, built about 1860 at the South entrance of the minor Golden Gate

 

:65a The life saving station in the Presidio of San Francisco - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:65b Airplane field & Headquarters in the Presidio, built about 1918. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:66a Looking north from the hill back of the Presidio, showing the old buildings in the distance on the flat built about 1860. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:66b The homes of Officers at the Presidio, built about 1860. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:67a Home of the Supt. of the Cemetery Presidio, built about 1870 - Photo taken Jany 1925. Jesse B. Cook in front of building.

 

:67b Officers' homes at the Presidio, San Francisco, built about 1860 - Photo taken Jany 1925. The building at the end is the Officers' Club.

 

:68a Officer's home at the Presidio, San Francisco, built about 1860 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:68b Company Headquarters on the road to Fort Winfield Scott. Built about 1860. Photo taken Jany 1925. Jesse B. Cook on the bank in front.

 

:69a The Old Guard House & Prison at the Presidio, San Francisco, built about 1860 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:69b Old Company Quarters at the Presidio, built about 1860 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:70a Company Quarters, Presidio, San Francisco, built about 1870 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:70b The Old home in the Heart of the Sutro Forest, back of Twin Peaks, built about 1860. Photo taken Jany 1925. Jesse B. Cook at the gate.

 

:71a The Old Road House, S.E. cor. Ocean Ave. and Junipero Serra Blvd. - Built about 1867. About 20 years ago the Proprietor, Mr. Stagg, was murdered in this house. Photo taken Jany 1925. Jesse B. Cook at the post.

 

:71b The Old Phelps Home in the rear of 325-Devisadero [Divisadero] St. Built about 1860 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:72a The Old Trocadero Road house back in the Forest at the N.W. cor. 19th Ave. and Sloat Blvd. Built about 1860 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:72b The Old Industrial School for Boys, now the Womens' Branch, County Jail. On Old San Jose Road near Ocean Ave. Built about 1855 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:73a South end of the County Jail, San Francisco, on Old San Jose Road near Ocean Ave. Built about 1874 - Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:73b North end of the County Jail, the same as above photo.

 

:74a The Old Wash Room and Laundry, back of the Industrial school, now the Womens' Branch County Jail, Old San Jose Road near Ocean Ave. Built 1855. Jesse B. Cook at the side of the nurse.

 

:74b The home of Mrs. M.T. Emerson, the widow of the late Minstrel Wm. or Billie Emerson. Mrs. Emerson is on the steps with Jesse B. Cook. Photo taken Jany 1925. (N.W. cor. Baker & Grove Sts.)

 

:75a Boys & Girls Aid Ass. S.E. cor. Baker & Grove Sts. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:75b The Old Bell home, S.W. cor. Bush & Octavia Sts. In which the Old Colored Woman, Mama Pleasance [Mary Ellen Pleasant], held sway for years. Photo was taken Jany 1925. House built about 1870. J.B. Cook at the corner.

 

:76a The Chalet on the Great Highway opp. North Entrance to G.G. [Golden Gate] Park. Photo taken Jany 1925.

 

:76b Part of the Old Road house on Corbet Road, south side of Twin Peaks. Photo taken Jany 1925.

 

:77a The Federal Wireless Station on 48th Ave. bet. N. & O. Sts. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:77b At the West End of Ellis St. The Old Chapel in Calvary Cemetery. Built about 1870 - photo taken Jany 1925

 

:78a The last of Old Car-ville at the Beach, on the east side of 48th Ave. near Lincoln Way or 1208-48th Ave.

 

:78b The last of Old Car-ville at the Beach, on the east side of 48th Ave. or 1608-48th Ave. Photo taken Jany 1925. J.B. Cook at fence.

 

:79a The Chutes at the Beach from the Great Highway and Cabrillo North. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:79b S.E. cor. Great Highway & Cabrillo Sts. Photo taken Jany 1925

 

:80a This house joines [sic] the Old Bell home, S.W. cor. Bush & Octavia Sts. & is a part of the same on the south side, where the Old Colored Woman, Mama Pleasance [Mary Ellen Pleasant], held sway for years. Photo taken Jany 1925. J.B. Cook in front.

 

:80b San Francisco Fire Dept., 1910 - Jas. Bridgwood, Lieut. & Frank Bell, Driver - Water Tower #1.

 

:81 S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept., May 30/11 - Bottom Row, L. to R.: H. Holmes, Tom Devine, Ike Gummendiez, W. Miskel, Fred Sayers, Jas. Bridge. Middle Row: Eugene Reilly, Pat Gordon, Chas. Haggerty, Pat Kenney, Jas. Hannan, John Brophy, Tim Collins. Top Row: Jas. Nannery, Chas. Centelwer, Tim Sheehan, F. Bell, Joe Lanthier, & Denney Mulcahey.

 

:82a S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept., 1907 - Jas. Bridgwood, Engineer, Jas. Bridgwood, Jr., Pat Kenny, & Dan Sullivan of the Board of Public Works. #9 - Engine Co.

 

:83 S.F. [San Francisco] Fire Dept., 1912 - Engine Co. #4 - Water Tower #1 - Chemical Co. #1 - L. to R.: Jas. Brophy, Mike Brannan, James Gallagher, Chas. Haggerty, Lieut. Thos. Devine, Fred Phipps, Fred Schaffer, Martin Tehaney & Lieut. Jas. Bridgwood.

 

:84 L. to R.: Frank Drum, Jr. - Jesse B. Cook - and Jas. A. Murphy, all of the Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif., Jany 1925

 

:85a Bat. Chief J. Kearney - Jany 1925. San Francisco Fire Dept.

 

:85b East on Sutter St. from Webster St. Feb. 1925

 

:89 North on Larkin St. from McAllister St. April 1925

 

:91a West on Santa Clara Ave. from Monterey Blvd. March 1925

 

:91b East on Santa Clara Ave. from Monterey Blvd. March 1925

 

:92a West on Geary St. from Boyce St. March 1925

 

:92b Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Santa Rosa, Sonoma Co. April 1925

 

:93a Feb. 24/1925. Chief Thos. R. Murphy in the White Helmet - Fire at Banner Oil Co., 19th & Minnesota Sts.

 

:93b Banner Oil Co. - Fire on Feb. 24/25 at 19th & Minnesota Sts.

 

:96a Our 1st Branch Office at Sonoma, Sonoma Co. of the Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. April 1925

 

:96b Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. New Branch at Sonoma, Sonoma Co. April 1925

 

:97a Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Newman, Stanislaus Co. April 1925

 

:97b Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Los Banos, Merced Co. April 1925

 

:98a Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Gilroy, Santa Clara Co. April 1925

 

:98b Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. New Branch at Campbell, Santa Clara Co. April 1925

 

:99a Mercantile Trust Co. of Calif. Branch at Saratoga, Santa Clara Co. April 1925

 

:99b Felix Sloper @ Bud Randall @ Bud Sloper @ Harry Brock @ Bert Randolph. Age 27, Height: 5.7., Weight: 112, Eyes: Blue, Hair: Light, Chest. Comp. Sallow, Dec. 5th, 1914: Received at Ione from Santa Cruz, March 3rd, 1915, escaped from Ione Ref. Jan 28th, 1917: returned. April 16th, 1918: Arr. at Fresno, Chg.: Vag. - 10 Days. May 25th, 1918: Rec. at San Quentin from Fresno, Chg.: Burglary, 2nd Deg., 1 to 5 years. July 25th, 1919: Paroled - Sept. 25th, 1920, Disch. Jan 30th, 1922: Arr. at Stockton, Chg.: C.C. Weapon, released on Probation. July 28th, 1922: wanted at Stockton, Viol. Probation. Feb. 11th, 1924 - wanted for bank robbery of the Bank of Clovis, Fresno County. April 11th, 1925, arrested: Chg. Murder of Officer George Campbell who captured him while in the act of holding up the Mercantile Trust Bank at the corner of Pacific and Hyde St. In the fracas the Officer received a gunshot wound but held on to him till assistance arrived. Officer Campbell died the next day from the wound. He [Sloper] was hanged at San Quentin.

 

:100a Front View, Bernal House, 3rd oldest home in S.F. [San Francisco], Calif. Built in 1850 - Photo taken March 1925.

 

:100b Side view of the Bernal House.

 

Side view, Bernal House

 

:100e Back view, Bernal House

 

:100f Stable of the Bernal Home. These photos [100a-100f] were taken in March 1925. A large part of the Mission was owned by Mr. Bernal, who lived in this house. It is just off Mission St. bet. Bush & Leo St.

 

:101 West on Pacific Ave. from Scott St. April 1925

 

:103b East on Pacific Ave. from Scott St. April 1925

 

:105a West on Grove St. from Octavia St. April 1925

 

:105b New Temporary house of Co. B., Southern Police District, San Francisco, at 821 Howard St. bet. 4th & 5th Sts. April 1925

 

:107a Side View of Cook's home at Atherton, San Mateo Co. April 26/25

 

:107b Rear View of Cook's home at Atherton, San Mateo Co. April 26/25

 

:108a Side View of front, home of J.B. Cook at Atherton, San Mateo Co. April 26/25

 

:108b North on Octavia St. from Fell St. April 1925

 

:109a West on Fell St. from Octavia St. April 1925

 

:109b East on Fell St. from Octavia St. April 1925

 

:111 The North German Hotel, N.E. cor. 8th & Brannan Sts. in 1898. From Jesse B. Cook

 

:112a Front View of Jesse B. Cook home at Atherton, San Mateo Co. May 6/25

 

:112b North on Franklin St. from Turk St. May 1928. From Jesse B. Cook.

 

:113a Rear View of our home at Atherton, San Mateo Co. with Mrs. Cook at the back door. May 6/25

 

:113b The back yard with our fruit trees & berrys [sic]. J.B. Cook standing at the end of berry patch, May 6/25. Atherton, San Mateo Co.

 

:114a Rear View of the Chalet after its removal from the Great Highway opp. the North Drive, with the 1st story removed, May 1925