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San Francisco 1906 earthquake

San Francisco 1906 earthquake

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Image:Sfsuingl$opening-sloat-blvd-1919.jpg

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Marina$fillmore-st-1920.jpg

Following the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, the army built 5,610 "relief houses" to accommodate 20,000 displaced people. The houses were grouped in eleven camps, packed close to each other and rented to people for two dollars per month until rebuilding was completed.

Following the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, the army built 5,610 "relief houses" to accommodate 20,000 displaced people. The houses were grouped in eleven camps, packed close to each other and rented to people for two dollars per month until rebuilding was completed.

Richmond Historical Photos - FoundSF

Richmond Historical Photos - FoundSF

San Francisco Earthquake.

April 18, 1906: Mother Nature 1, San Francisco 0

San Francisco Earthquake.

San Francisco1930S | Anza st at 22nd Ave looking west, c. 1930s.

San Francisco1930S | Anza st at 22nd Ave looking west, c. 1930s.

San Francisco City Hall and dome at McAllister Street and Van Ness Avenue.

San Francisco City Hall and dome at McAllister Street and Van Ness Avenue.

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Image:Western Sugar Refinery AAC-7616.jpg

Looking east at the intersection of Geary and 43rd in 1917. Horse and buggy travel was still common at the time. To the left of Geary is Point Lobos.

Looking east at the intersection of Geary and 43rd in 1917. Horse and buggy travel was still common at the time. To the left of Geary is Point Lobos.

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