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20 panoramics of 1906 San Francisco
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Description
Heading: (California - San Francisco Earthquake)
Author:
Title: Twenty panoramic and birdseye views of the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake
Place Published: San Francisco
Publisher:San Francisco Examiner
Date Published: 1906
Description:

20 panoramic or birdseye views from photographs. Various sizes, on average (with margins): 38x82 cm (19x32").

These panoramic images of San Francisco after the great quake were supplements to the San Francisco Examiner, June-August 1906. Some images are duplicated.

Includes:

  • Panoramic Views of the Ruins of San Francisco. May 20, 1906. (2 copies)
  • Birdseye View of San Francisco from Twin Peaks. May 27, 1906.
  • Panoramic View of San Francisco from the Water Front. June 3, 1906. (3 copies)
  • Birdseye View of San Francisco from the Top of Wrecked City Hall Dome. June 10, 1906. (2 copies)
  • In the Heart of The Ruins - Panorama Taken From the Roof of the St. Francis Hotel. June 24, 1906. (2 copies)
  • Ruins of Chinatown. Taken from Telegraph Hill by Theodore Kytka. July 1, 1906.
  • No. 1 - The Stretch of Ruin from Nob Hill to Russian Hill. July 8, 1906. (2 copies)
  • No. 2. Panorama in the Ruins of the Valley that Sweeps from Russian Hill to Telegraph Hill. July 15, 1906. (2 copies)
  • No. 3. Panorama of the Ruins from Telegraph Hill to the Base of Rincon Hill. July 22, 1906. (2 copies)
  • No. 4 Panorama of the Fashionable Shopping and Retail Districts as the Camera Sees Them. July 29, 1906.
  • No. 5. Panorama of the Western Addition and the Mission. August 5, 1906. (2 copies)
Condition
Varying degrees of wear, all with original vertical folds; most about good, with chipping and some tears to edges, spotting, some splitting at folds, etc., some only fair with some panels detached at folds, numerous tape repairs, etc.; sold as is.
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20 panoramics of 1906 San Francisco

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Lot 0038 Details

Description
...
Heading: (California - San Francisco Earthquake)
Author:
Title: Twenty panoramic and birdseye views of the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake
Place Published: San Francisco
Publisher:San Francisco Examiner
Date Published: 1906
Description:

20 panoramic or birdseye views from photographs. Various sizes, on average (with margins): 38x82 cm (19x32").

These panoramic images of San Francisco after the great quake were supplements to the San Francisco Examiner, June-August 1906. Some images are duplicated.

Includes:

  • Panoramic Views of the Ruins of San Francisco. May 20, 1906. (2 copies)
  • Birdseye View of San Francisco from Twin Peaks. May 27, 1906.
  • Panoramic View of San Francisco from the Water Front. June 3, 1906. (3 copies)
  • Birdseye View of San Francisco from the Top of Wrecked City Hall Dome. June 10, 1906. (2 copies)
  • In the Heart of The Ruins - Panorama Taken From the Roof of the St. Francis Hotel. June 24, 1906. (2 copies)
  • Ruins of Chinatown. Taken from Telegraph Hill by Theodore Kytka. July 1, 1906.
  • No. 1 - The Stretch of Ruin from Nob Hill to Russian Hill. July 8, 1906. (2 copies)
  • No. 2. Panorama in the Ruins of the Valley that Sweeps from Russian Hill to Telegraph Hill. July 15, 1906. (2 copies)
  • No. 3. Panorama of the Ruins from Telegraph Hill to the Base of Rincon Hill. July 22, 1906. (2 copies)
  • No. 4 Panorama of the Fashionable Shopping and Retail Districts as the Camera Sees Them. July 29, 1906.
  • No. 5. Panorama of the Western Addition and the Mission. August 5, 1906. (2 copies)
Condition
...
Varying degrees of wear, all with original vertical folds; most about good, with chipping and some tears to edges, spotting, some splitting at folds, etc., some only fair with some panels detached at folds, numerous tape repairs, etc.; sold as is.

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