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Large-Format Damage Photographs

Evacuation of San Francisco by Sea, By Alexander Coulter

16 Views of the Great Earthquake and Fire (in PowerPoint)

Purchase Historic 1906 Prints
Panorama Burning From Mark Hopkins’ Art Institute
Panoramic View of New San Francisco in 1908
Panorama of the Destroyed Financial District
Horses Killed by Falling Bricks on Sacramento Street
Crowds Gather to Watch Fire Along Market Street
Wreckage of the Emporium and James Flood Building
Wreckage of the First Congregational Church
Appraisers’ Building Saved from the Fire
Wreck of City Hall and the Hall of Records
Wreck of St. Ignatius Church and College
Sentinel Building in North Beach
Damage Along the Waterfront
Wreck of Cable Car Powerhouse
Wreckage of the Palace Hotel
Wreck of the Southern Pacific Company Hospital
View of Market Street Near Taylor Street
Damaged Buildings at Third and Market Streets
Wrecked Buildings at Stockton and Geary Streets
Franklin Hall Relief Center and Temporary City Hall
James Rolph, Jr.’s Mission Relief Headquarters
Jefferson Square Refugee Camp
Food Line at Jefferson Square
Golden Gate Park Refugee Camp
Large Golden Gate Park Refugee Camp
Refugees Wait for Water
Earthquake Damage at the Presidio
Presidio of San Francisco Refugee Camp
Large Refugee Camp at the Presidio
Refugee Shanties Around the U.S. Mint.

More of the Museum’s Earthquake Damage Photographs
Library of Congress Movies of the Destroyed City
Go to the 1906 Exhibit.

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