More San Francisco Memoirs 1852 -1899
| California Theater, Bush Street,
Yerba buena plant. Spine.
Cable cars on Telegraph Hill.
Jackson Street Wharf, 1859.
Montgomery Street, 1854.
Mission Dolores, circa 1855.
Hounds raid the Chilean quarter.
Steam paddy on Harrison Street.
Second Street before and after the cut.
One of the first cable cars.
The elegant 90s in Golden Gate Park.
Battery Street, circa 1856.
Théophile de Rutté.
Bear-and-bull fight at Mission Dolores.
The beach and Seal Rocks.
Charles Warren Stoddard.
The Cobweb Palace at Meiggs' Wharf.
The woolen mills at Black Point.
Surrender of Casey and Cora
Public executions of Casey and Cora.
Seal of Committee of Vigilance.
Mary Jane Megquier.
A meeting of vigilantes.
San Francisco in 1854.
A society ball.
Amelia Ransome Neville.
Louis Laurent Simonin.Free lunch.
Richard Henry Dana, Jr.
Looking down California Street.
The Second Street cut.
South Park and Rincon Hill.
Mission Dolores, circa 1865.
T. A. Barry and B. A. Patten.
Pro-Union rally, February 22, 1861.
Russian Hill from Filbert and Grant.
Bishop Oscar P. Fitzgerald.
Albert S. Evans.
Bummer and Lazarus.
The Cliff House.
After the earthquake, Oct., 1868.
The Yosemite at Broadway Wharf.
Palace Hotel, opened in 1875.
San Francisco in 1875.
Hoodlums of San Francisco
Market Street at Geary, 1880s.
A leisurely day in Golden Gate Park.
Birdseye view of San Francisco.
Powell and Sutter streets in the 1890s.
Malcolm E. Barker.