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Guide to the Jesse Brown Cook scrapbooks documenting San Francisco history and law enforcement [graphic], ca. 1895-1936
BANC PIC 1998.067--fALB  
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:1 [Portrait of Jesse B. Cook and a business card]. Jesse B. Cook, Police Commissioner, Hall of Justice, San Francisco.

 

:2 [Portrait of Jesse B. Cook in full uniform and a business card]. Jesse B. Cook, Chief of Police, San Francisco.

 

:3 Capt. T.A. Atchison - Chief Jesse B. Cook and Capt. J.J. O'Meara[?] - 1910 [Portrait by Blum.]

 

:4 Photo of a wild deer taken by me at Laytonville, Mendocino Co. 1910

 

:5 [Invitation, description and RSVP card to a banquet in honor of the Senator of Pennsylvania Boies Penrose. November ninth].

 

:6 [Invitation, parking voucher and admittance ticket to the Panama Pacific International Exposition. August 31, 1915].

 

:7a Judge George H. Cabamiss[?] 1915.

 

:7b [Happy New Year card from Mr. and Mrs. James Rolph Jr. - 1915/1916].

 

:8 Auditor T.F. Boyle - 1915.

 

:9a Police Judge J.J. Sullivan - 1915.

 

:9b The old Cliff House [Copy print of 1870 original].

 

:10a Mayor P.H. McCarthy's secretary E.B. Leffingwell - 1911.

 

:10b Auditior Boyle in center with [E.B.] Leffingwell on his right - 1911.

 

:11a Eugene Dainey[?] of San Diego Calif. 1908.

 

:11b W.H. Nicholl, Probation Officer, S.F. Calif. 1915.

 

:12a "Yours Respectfully Mr. N. Geary - 1850." [Copy print of engraving of a Daguerreotype].

 

:12b Mrs. Rolph, Mayor Rolph and Mr. McAtee[?] - 1914.

 

:13 [A printed broadside proclamation from Mayor James Rolph, Jr. making April 18th a Day of Thanksgiving for the city of San Francisco in recognition of the ninth aniversary of the 1906 fire and the international exposition (PPIE). 1915].

 

:14a Board of Supervisors, City and County of San Francisco - 1880. [Copy photo.].

 

:14b Mayor Rolph on the German Cruiser, Nuremberg[?] - 1915. She was later sunk off the Falkland Islands, Coast of South America by the British in the Worlds War.

 

:15a Mayor James Rolph, Jr. - 1915.

 

:15b Presented to San Francisco, Calif. By the French Government - 1910. [A print of a seal stating Au Peu Ple Americain et a la Ville de San Francisco.].

 

:16a Presented to San Francisco by the French Government - 1910. [Print of the Reverse side? of seal].

 

:16b The boat in Old Woodwards Gardens, Mission Street between 13th and 15th Streets 1880. [Copy photo.].

 

:17 Mr. Shannon, [Superintendent?] of Mint and Mayor Rolph casting the 1st $50.00 slug for the Panama Pacific International Exposition, 1915.

 

:18 The arrival of the Liberty Bell at 3rd and Townsend Street 12 a.m. 1915. Standing on each side of Bell, L-R. Mayor Rolph and Gov. Johnson - 1915.

 

:19 Judge W.W. Morrow, John Britton, C.C. Moore, James Rolph, Jr., 1915. [Perhaps related to the Panama Pacific International Exhibition.]

 

:20 At the table: Mrs. Payot, Mr. Payot, E. Haydon, John Britton. [Others standing include:] Mr. Dohrman, C.A. Murdock, Rolph, Dr. A.H. Giannini, Mr. R. Hale. 1916.

 

:21a Room of the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco City Hall, McAllister and Larkin Street 1900.

 

:21b M. Hall McAllister, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:22 D.C. Murphy, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:23 L.P. Rixfora[?], Supervisor. 1910.

 

:24 Oscar Hocks, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:25 C.A. Murdock, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:26 G.L. Center, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:27 A. Comte[?] Jr., Supervisor. 1910.

 

:28 Dr. A.A. D'Aneona[?], Supervisor. 1910.

 

:29 P. Bancroft, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:30 A. Pollock, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:31 George A. Connolly, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:32 R. McLeran[?], Supervisor. 1910.

 

:33 J.A. Johnston, Supervisor. 1910. 1920: Now warden at San Quentin Prison. Feb., 1938: Now Warden at Alcatraz Island Prison.

 

:34 F. Jennings, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:35 W. Broderick, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:36 Dr. A.H. Giannini, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:37 H. Payot, Supervisor. 1910.

 

:38 John Beahn [Beaton?] - Clerk to Supervisors. 1910.

 

:39 William McCarthy, Supervisor. 1912.

 

:40 A.J. Gallagher, Supervisor. 1912.

 

:41 Supervisor A.J. Gallagher. 1916. [Among floral arrangements wishing him good luck in his campaign.]

 

:42 Police[?] Judge Brady taking office. 1915.

 

:43 Dedication of The Women's Log Cabin in Golden Gate Park. 1916.

 

:44 Dedication of the Log Cabin, Golden Gate Park. 1916.

 

:45 Mayor James Rolph, Jr. taking office Jan. 8, 1912 at City Hall, 64 Eddy Street

 

:46 Banquet of the S.F.F. Dept. [San Francisco Fire Department]. 1917.

 

:47 Mayor Rolph taking office as Mayor. Mayor Rolph shaking hands with P.H. McCarthy, Jan. 8, 1912 at the City Hall, 64 Eddy Street

 

:48a L-R. George[?] Giannini, Judge Graham, Auditor Boyle and Judge Von Nostrana. [In baseball uniforms, etc.] 1916.

 

:48b District Attorney Fickert at the Bat. 1916. [Baseball game.]

 

:49 Ex Clerk[?] Board of Supervisors, John Ryan. 1911.

 

:50a L-R: Judge Von Nostrana [van Nostrand?], P.A. McCarthy and Judge Cabiness. 1916. [As officials at baseball game?]

 

:50b L-R: Judge Mogan [Morgan?] and Judge Graham [in baseball uniforms]. 1916.

 

:51a Secretary to Mayor P.H. McCarthy, E.C. Leffingwell. 1911.

 

:51b,c George Nelson of Los Angeles, Robber killed Sept. 11 and 12 between 11 P.M. and 4 A.M, 1915 at 505 Buchanan Street in a fight with the S.F. Police. [Morgue photograph.]

 

:52a,b Two Photos of the [exterior of the] McBeth house at 505 Buchanan Street in which George Nelson, the robber from Los Angeles was killed. 1915. [A crowd is gathered outside.] [See also related police photographs in George W. Blum's San Francisco Police photograph album: BANC PIC 1999.015-fALB.]

 

:53a,b [More similar photos of] 505 Buchanan Street

 

:54a House of Bishop Ed. H. Hughes opposite the McBeth house, and out of these windows the police did most of the shooting into Nelson's room. 1915.

 

:54b George Nelson's room in the McBeth house. 1915.

 

:55a The windows in George Nelson's room, and through which the police did most of the shooting. The glass is all gone. 1915.

 

:55b The door in the hall leads to Nelson's room and through this door the police also did some shooting. 1915.

 

:56a William[?] Juben [Juber?] partner of George Nelson in the robbery of the Boyle Heights Savings Bank of Los Angeles, arrested in San Francisco on Sept. 8, 1915 and gave the police the location of George Nelson's room in the McBeth house.

 

:56b Another photograph of Nelson's room after the shooting.

 

:57a The door in the hallway through which the police and Nelson were shooting at each other.

 

:57b The body of George Nelson after the shooting on his cot.

 

:58a The body as the police found him after the shooting on his cot. George Nelson. 1915.

 

:58b The cot after the shooting and his room. 1915.

 

:59a L. to R. Police Commissioner P. Henderson, Chief of Police John Seymore [Seymour?] and Secretary C.F. Skelly [Shelly?] at 64 Eddy Street 1911.

 

:59b Supervisor Mulvahill. 1918. [On horseback.]

 

:60 Portrait of committee in charge of 1911 concert and ball, Widows and Orphans Aid Association, S.F. Police Dept., Charles F. Shelly [Skelly?], Chairman. [names of those in picture included].

 

:61 San Francisco municipal employee's baseball game. 1908.

 

:62a Police Commisioner, 1911. Open[?], McConnell, Henderson and Sullivan, Chief J. B. Martin and James Nealy driving. [All in automobile.]

 

:62b Mayor Rolph at the cornerstone laying of the new City Hall at McAllister and Van Ness Ave. 1914.

 

:63a Supervisor George Gallagher at the cornerstone laying of the New City Hall, corner of McAllister and Van Ness Ave. 1914.

 

:63b Cornerstone laying, New City Hall. 1914.

 

:64a Col. George Filmer at the Portola Parade, Oct. 22-25, 1913.

 

:64b Portola Parade, Oct. 22-25, 1913.

 

:65a Portola Parade, Oct. 22-25, 1913.

 

:65b Arrival of the Liberty Bell, July 17, 1915. [Parade of automobiles. For the Panama Pacific International Exposition.]

 

:66-67 [Missing, torn out of album].

 

:68 Flooded lot from the breaking of the high pressure pipe on O'Farrell between Powell and Stockton streets. 1912. [Horse swimming in lot with a fireman.]

 

:69a Breaking of high pressure pipe, O'Farrell between Powell and Stockton Streets. 1912.

 

:69b Breaking of high pressure pipe, O'Farrell between Powell and Stockton Streets. 1912.

 

:70a Breaking of high pressure pipe on O'Farrell between Powell and Stockton Streets. 1912. [Horse teams pulling wagons out of flooded lot.]

 

:70b J.D. and A.B Spreckels Bldg., corner of Davis and Pine Street [Group of men posed at construction site.]

 

:71 Chief D.A. White and Judge Sullivan. 1918.

 

:72a Ewing Field - Masonic Ave. near Geary Street, Nov. 13, 1915. [Stanford vs. Santa Clara football].

 

:72b Ewing Field - Masonic Ave. near Geary Sr., Nov. 13, 1915. [Football.]

 

:73a Same game - Nov. 13, 1915. [Football.]

 

:73b Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:74a Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:74b Same game - Nov. 13, 1915. Art Smith in his auto [miniature automobile on field.]

 

:75a Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:75b Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:76a Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:76b Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:77a Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:77b Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:78a Same game - Nov. 13, 1915.

 

:78b Ed Rainey, the Secretary to the Mayor at the P.P.I. Exposition. 1915.

 

:79a Columbus Day, Oct 12, 1913 at the foot of Van Ness Ave.

 

:79b Same - Oct. 12, 1913. [Boats getting ready out in the water].

 

:80a Same - Oct. 12, 1913.

 

:80b Same - Oct. 12, 1913. [Large crowd of people watching the events in the water].

 

:81a Same - Oct. 12, 1913. [The actors on the pier, including some painted dark and wearing feathers and loincloths to represent the Native Americans].

 

:81b Same - Oct. 12, 1913.

 

:82a Same - Oct. 12, 1913. [The actors represented the Native Americans with body paint and large headdresses chanting and dancing].

 

:82b Same - Oct. 12, 1913. [Some actors representing the different European/American factions].

 

:83a Same - Oct. 12, 1913.

 

:83b Same - Oct. 12, 1913. [A large group stands and watches the show on the boats in the water].

 

:84a Same - Oct. 12, 1913.

 

:84b Judge Percy Long at the laying of the corner stone at the new City Hall. 1914.

 

:85a Nob Hill looking Southeast from Russian Hill, S.F. 1889. [Copy photo].

 

:85b Old Mechanics' Pavilion on Union Square opposite The St. Francis Hotel in 1865. [Copy photo.].

 

:86a Arrival of the French troops on their way to Siberia at the Civic Center. 1918.

 

:86b Arrival of the "Grizzlies" from France, 1919. {Speakers' platform and flags in front of building.]

 

:87a Same - Grizzlies - 1919 welcome committee.

 

:87b Same - Grizzlies - 1919 welcomed by the French troops. [Several wear influenza epidemic masks.]

 

:88a Same - Grizzlies welcome committee and French troops, 1919. [Several wear influenza epidemic masks.]

 

:88b Same - Grizzlies welcome by Mayor Rolph, 1919. [Several wear influenza epidemic masks.]

 

:89a Same - Grizzlies, 1919. [Several wear influenza epidemic masks.]

 

:89b Same - Grizzlies, 1919. [Several wear influenza epidemic masks.]

 

:90a Same - Grizzlies, 1919. [Several wear influenza epidemic masks.]

 

:90b Arrival at pier of the Grizzlies, 1919. [Ferryboat Santa Clara approaches pier.]

 

:91a Same - Grizzlies, 1919.

 

:91b Same - Grizzlies, 1919.

 

:92a Same - Grizzlies, 1919. J.B. Cook on left of French officer in white uniform [wearing influenza epidemic mask.]

 

:92b Same - Grizzlies - France's troops leading the parade, 1919.

 

:93a Same - Grizzlies, 1919.

 

:93b Same - Grizzlies, 1919.

 

:94a [Print missing: removed by A.B. Cook]. Earnest Hutching, William Knapp and Jessie B. Cook in 1879 at San Francisco, Calif. [Copy photo.]

 

:94b San Francisco, 1851, from Rincon Hill. Copyrighted 1910 by Martin Behrman. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.]. [View includes the Vulcan Foundry and the Seabird (ship).]

 

:95a Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Ships in bay.] [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.]

 

:95b Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of the water lots, New World(ship?), other ships abandoned in bay, and Rincon Point.]

 

:96a Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of the neighborhood on California Hill, with Russian Hill in the background. Pre-fabricated imported houses in foreground.]

 

:96b Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of the Sutter House at Beal and Folsom, and the Marine Hospital in the background.]

 

:97a Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of the Oriental Hotel at Bush and Market Streets. and northwest corner at First and Market Streets, with Telegraph Hill in the background.]

 

:97b Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.]

 

:98a Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of neighborhood surrounding Rincon Hill.]

 

:98b Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of neighborhood at Second and Folsom Streets.]

 

:99a Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.] [View of Second Street with Saint Ignatius College and the Twin Peaks in the background.]

 

:99b Same, S.F. Calif. In 1851. [Copy photo from a daguerreotype.]

 

:100 Old California Missions. (San Gabriel, [founded] 1771). Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:101 (Dolores, [founded] 1776). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:102 (Sonoma, [founded] 1823). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:103 (San Rafael Arcángel, 1817). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print of a drawing, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:104 (San Miguel, [founded] 1797). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:105 (Santa Diego, [founded] 1769). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:106 (Another view of the walls of the Mission La Soledad. Photographed by Howard Tibbitts, San Francisco. / Mission San José, soon after the decree of secularization. From an old print.) [Same, old California Missions. ]

 

:107 (Figure of Christ, Mission San José orphanage). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:108 (Ruins of Mission La Purísima Concepción. Copyright 1904, C.C. Pierce and Co. / Mission Santa Cruz. [drawing]). [Same, old California Missions. Copy print.]

 

:109 (Santa Clara, [founded] 1777). [Same, old California Missions. Copy print.]

 

:110 San Juan Bautista, [founded] 1797). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:111 (Santa Barbara, [founded] 1786). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:112 (San Juan Capistrano, [founded] 1776). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:113 (San Luis Rey Graveyard). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:114 (San Carlos de Monterey Carmelo, [founded] 1771). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:115 (De-Los Angeles, [founded] 1779). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:116 (Santa Inez, [founded] 1804). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:117 (San Buenaventura, [founded] 1782). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:118 (San Antonio de Pala, [founded] 1816). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:119 (San Antonio de Padua, [founded] 1771). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:120 (San Fernando Rey, [founded] 1797). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:121 (San Luis Obispo, [founded] 1772). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:122 (San Carlos - Presidio de Monterey, [founded] 1770). [Same, old California Missions. Photographic print, ca. 1910-1920?.]

 

:123 Old California Missions, San Luis Rey. [Copy photo.]

 

:124a Cliff House, 1907. [Copy photo.]

 

:124b Cliff House on fire, 1907.

 

:125 (Grand annual concert and ball, Widow's and Orphan's Aid Association of the S.F.P.D., February 22, 1919... Exposition Auditorium).

 

:126a Advertising the Widow's an Orphan's Ball in the streets of S.F., Calif. [Officer in beat cop caricature costume.]

 

:126b Club house at the old Cliff House, 1860. [Copy photo.]

 

:127a Advertising the W. and O. Ball, 1919. ["Beat cop" with back turned. Sign on back reads: See Jake at Policemen Ball

 

:127b The old Oakland Ferry, foot of Market Street, 1880. [Copy photo.].

 

:128a [Portrait of] George Blum, police photographer, 1919.

 

:128b Love-Joy's Ranch - Mendocino Co., Calif., 1909.

 

:129a [Portrait of] George Blum, police photographer, 1919.

 

:129b Liberty Bell at S.F. Calif., 1915. L-R: Com. Roche, Com. J.B. Cook, Chief D.A. White, young Rooke, and Capt. Shea.

 

:130-133 [Pages torn out].

 

:134a Some of the S.F. Calif. Officials in the mayor's office at the City Hall, 1919.

 

:134b I.W.W. Speakers Quinlan, Tresca, Miss E.G. Flynn, A. Lessig, and W.D. Haywood. Landol Photo, 1919. [Industrial Workers of the World - Appears to be photo-montage.]

 

:135a S.F. Police Dept., 1898. [Copy photo.].

 

:135b Ed Grancy's billiard hall, 1918. [Ruins of burned interior.]

 

:136 (Mrs. Carroll Cooks Day for the Children) at Powell and Broadway, 1917.

 

:137 The bomb that was sent to District Attorney Frickert and failed to explode, 1918. [Letter bomb.]

 

:138 The same bomb.

 

:139 The same bomb.

 

:140 The same bomb.

 

:141a Geary Street West from 5th Ave, 1919.

 

:141b Police Officer George Grimwald, 1919.

 

:142a Auto used by the robbers at the Powell Club. [Buick.]

 

:142b 420 Stevenson Street[?] The Powell Club held up by 7 robbers and one man killed - Aug. 29, 1919.

 

:143a The Powell Club.

 

:143b The 7 robbers arrested by officer Rugar.

 

:144a Same: Powell Club. Roof.

 

:144b Looking down from The Powell Club roof where one of the robbers hid.

 

:145a Same roof - Powell Club.

 

:145b Same roof - Powell Club.

 

:146a Same roof - Powell Club, where the robbers ran.

 

:146b Mason Street south from Washington, 1919.

 

:147a Southwest corner of 44th and Geary Streets, 1919.

 

:147b The old Bell of the S.F. Fire Department from 1850-1906. [Copy photo.].

 

:148a Northwest corner 44th and Geary Streets, 1919.

 

:148b A white woman married to a Chinaman, 1919.

 

:149a Washington Street. between Powell and Mason Streets. South, 1919.

 

:149b Officer George Grimwald after the great fire.

 

:150a Post Street east from Broderick Street, 1919.

 

:150b (Market Street, San Francisco, east from Call Building), 1919. [Halftone print].

 

:151a Golden Gate Ave. and Franklin Street, 1919.

 

:151b Grand Ave. between Pine and California Streets., 1919.

 

:152a Market Street East from Montgomery Street, 1919.

 

:152b [US Navy] Fleet Week Sept. 2-9, 1919.

 

:153a Market and Geary Street west from Kearny, 1919.

 

:153b Secretary Daniels U.S.N.[Navy] Fleet Week, Sept. 2, 1919.

 

:154a 9th Ave., north from Ortega Street, 1919.

 

:154b [US Navy] Fleet Week - Sept. 2, 1919.

 

:155a On the road to Hunters Point dry dock, 1919.

 

:155b Market Street from Emporium. Fleet Week Sept. 2, 1919.

 

:156a California Street west from 10th Ave., 1919.

 

:156b Secretary Daniels U.S.N. [Navy] Fleet Week Sept. 2, 1919.

 

:157a Stewart Street south from Market, 1915.

 

:157b [US Navy] Fleet Week Sept. 2, 1919.

 

:158a South from Mason and Turk Streets, 1919.

 

:158b Secretary Daniels and Admiral Hugh Rodman, commander of the Pacific fleet. [US Navy] Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:159a September mom, 1919. [Woman in bathing suit.]

 

:159b Venice, Cal., June 10, 1917. [A row of women line up for the camera in bathing suits and beach wear with umbrellas or parasols].

 

:160a [US Navy] Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919 at San Francisco. [Dignitaries driving through parade].

 

:160b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:160c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:161a [Obituary of Pearl J. Cook, Jesse B. Cook's daughter on December 15, 1919?].

 

:161b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Marching].

 

:161c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:161d Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:162 The British convict ship Success launched in 1719 - Mayor Rolph, Jr., Jesse B. Cook and other city and county and also state officials on board at Mission Street wharf, Feb 15, 1915.

 

:163a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Marching].

 

:163b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:163c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:164a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:164b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:164c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:165a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:165b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:165c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. Gov. Stevens of Calif., Secretary Daniels, Mayor Rolph and Admiral Hugh Rodman.

 

:166a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Same].

 

:166b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:166c Daniels, Rolph and Rodman, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:167a Secretary Daniels, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:167b O'Shaughnessy, Board of Works, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [On board a battleship].

 

:167c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [On board a battleship].

 

:168a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:168b Mayor Rolph receiving Admiral Rodman, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:168c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Band playing on battleship].

 

:169a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. Ed Rainey - Oscar Hooks and Mayor Rolph.

 

:169b Secretary Daniels - Admiral Rodman and Gov. Stevens, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:169c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Chefs/Nurses? of fleet].

 

:170a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [View of fleet in the bay].

 

:170b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [View looking past large artillery guns of battleship].

 

:170c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Same].

 

:171a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:171b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:171c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:172a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Crowd aboard battleship].

 

:172b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:172c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:173a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [View of ships passing Alcatraz].

 

:173b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [Same].

 

:173c Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:174a George Blum, police photographer, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:174b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:175a Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919. [View of entire battleship].

 

:175b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:176a Mayor Rolph, Ed. Rainey, Oscar Hooks, Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:176b Fleet Week Sept 2, 1919.

 

:177a US war ships in S.F. Bay, 1919.

 

:177b US war ships, 1919.

 

:178a USS Oregon, 1919.

 

:178b USS New York, 1919.

 

:179a USS Seattle, 1919.

 

:179b USS New York, 1919.

 

:179c [Page of signatures printed in The Star, April 10, 1915].

 

:180 [Admission tickets and "transportation ticket" for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, 1915].

 

:181 [Second page of signatures printed in The Star, April 10, 1915].

 

:182 [Article with print of the "Eastern entrance to the Palace of Varied Industries"].

 

:183a USS Georgia, 1919.

 

:183b USS North Carolina, 1919.

 

:183c [Third page of signatures printed in The Star, April 10, 1915].

 

:184 [Article with a print of a "Panoramic view of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, showing San Francisco Bay and the Marin County Hills in background"].