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FIREMAN'S FUND IMAGE BANK: 1906 EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE
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Residential buildings in San Francisco damaged by the 1906 earthquake.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-15, 1135.

San Francisco street split open by the 1906 earthquake.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-15, 1135.

The Call Building, San Francisco's tallest and most modern, burns in the conflagration sparked by the earthquake of 1906.

Copyright W. J. Street.
Reference 6-2-2-3-26, 1135.

Ruins of San Francisco's city hall after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

Copyright H. C. White Company.
Reference 6-2-2-3-5, 1128.

Ruins of the Grand and Palace Hotels after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

Copyright by B. W. Kilburn.
Reference 6-2-2-3-1, 1127.

Aerial view of San Francisco after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-17, 1135.

Removing rubble from the streets of San Francisco after the earthquake and fire, 1906.

Copyright Estey, Oakland, California.
Reference 6-2-2-3-25, 1135.

Crowd at the corner of Second and Howard Streets watch the fires burn unchecked, 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-27, 1135.

View of the fire burning in San Francisco and refugees gathering in a public park, 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference Breer Collection.

View up Market Street, San Francisco, from the tower of the Ferry Building, 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-17, 1135.

San Francisco street scene after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

Copyright Estey, Oakland.
Reference 6-2-2-3-15, 1135.

San Francisco street scene after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-15.

View from the Merchants Exchange looking West up California Street after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-16, 1135.

Valencia and Market Streets after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

Copyright R. J. Waters & Co.
Reference 6-2-2-3-26, 1135.

Powell and Market Streets after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-26, 1135.

Refugee camp in San Francisco after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-28, 1135.

Feeding homeless men after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-27, 1135.

Standing in line for food after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-27, 1135.

Refugees in line for assistance after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-28, 1135.

Fleeing the advancing fire sparked by the San Francisco earthquake of 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-27, 1135.

Cooking in the streets after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. People were afraid to go back inside their homes for days.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-3-28, 1135.

Burnt district from 21st and Duboce Avenue, San Francisco, after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

Copyright R. J. Waters & Co.
Reference 6-2-2-3-28, 1135.

"Laura and Miss McDonald. The way we lived in the days of April and May, 1906."

No copyright indicated.
Reference 6-2-2-25, 1135.

San Francisco street after the 1906 earthquake. The Call Building is burning in the background.

Copyright James O. Rue, Oakland.
Reference 6-2-2-3-29, 1135.

A view down California Street after the earthquake, April 18, 1906. The Fireman’s Fund home office can be seen burning on the right side of the photograph.

Copyright W.E. Worden.
Reference 4-5-1-2-7, 0905.

Fireman’s Fund home office in ruins, April 1906.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 4-5-1-2-7, 0905.

Looking east down California Street from Kearny Street, May 1906. Ruins of the Fireman’s Fund home office can be seen just beyond the Merchants’ Exchange building in the center of the photograph.

No copyright indicated.
Reference 4-5-1-2-7, 0905.

A view of the Hall of Justice from the refugee camp in Portsmouth Square, April 26, 1906.

Photograph by R.J. Water & Co.
Reference 6-2-2-3-22, 1135.

Statue of French scientist Louis Agassiz, fallen from its niche above the arches at Stanford University after the earthquake, April 1906.

Photograph by Carl Breer.
Reference 6-2-2-3-44, 2732.

Front page of The Oakland Herald the morning after the earthquake, April 19, 1906.

Copyright The Oakland Herald.
Reference 6-2-2-4-6, 1203.

Bronze medallion cast in 1906 by the Republic of France and dedicated to the "American People and the City of San Francisco" in sympathy and admiration of their courage following the great San Francisco earthquake and fire. The front of the medallion shows the indomitable spirit of San Francisco symbolized by a woman rising from the ashes with the rebuilt city behind her, while the reverse portrays the French "Marianne" extending France’s sympathy and admiration across the Atlantic to the American Eagle. The medallion was presented to President J.B. Levison in 1933.

Copyright Gabriel Moulin, San Francisco.
Reference 6-2-2-3-8, 1134.

View of Battery Street north from Washington Street showing the U.S. Custom House under construction after the San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1908.

Photograph by E.N. Sewell.
Reference 6-2-2-2-23, 1126

View of Market and Post Streets west from Montgomery Street showing the reconstruction of San Francisco in progress, April 18, 1908.

Photograph by E.N. Sewell.
Reference 6-2-2-2-23, 1126.

Birdseye view of San Francisco Bay, one month after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire.

No copyright indicated
4-1-1-1-171, 0515

Early version of Fireman’s Fund fire insurance policy. This one is for W.J. Sloane and Co. of San Francisco, for $10,000 worth of fire protection at a premium of $86 a year. The policy was signed by President William Dutton in 1905. This is an example of the type of policy Fireman’s Fund paid out after the San Francisco Fire and Earthquake the following year.

No copyright indicated
6-2-1-1-3, 1117

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