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Photographs from the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco

No, they’re not MINE! :-)

Bob Bragman of SFGate.com has published seven photographs taken after the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco. He discovered the images recently in a secondhand store/antique shop in Pacifica, Calfornia.

The photographs include one of the remains of City Hall, one of the California Statehood Memorial, and one of what appears to be a tent city in Golden Gate Park. The article includes comments from some readers, identifying three of the photos as shots of the Market Street Railway and one of the Lick Baths.

Enjoy!

-Bill at

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