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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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REFERENCE BOOK 

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r^ ENUINE Copper and Tin Bells made right here in San Francisco, 
^ Clear Tone, None Better. We also make all kinds of BRASS 
GOODS for Water, Steam and Gas, and Carry a I^arge Stock of 
SCREWED PIPE and CASING and FITTINGS for same. We make 
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Among them the HOOKER STEAM PUMP and the Celebrated 
RICHARDS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

WHY NOT buy your BELLS, BRASS GOODS, PIPE and PUMPS 
of PACIFIC COAST MANUFACTURERS and help build up your 
own country. 

We would be pleased to hear from you, 

W. T. QARRATT & CO. 



OFFICE 

Cor. Fremont and Natoma Streets 

WORKS 

Cor. Fifth and Brannan Streets 




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WESTERN FOUNDRY 

JOHN HEDLEY, Proprietor 



GasMn^s 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER 
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PATENT CENTRIFUGAL 
STEAM AND POWER 
PUMPING MACHINERY 

Orchard Trucks, Grape Crushers, Wine Presses, Wine Filters. Engines, Elevators, 
Shafting, Hangers and Pulleys. Printers' and Bookbinders' Machinery. 



It will Pay You to Qet Our Prices 

I. L. BURTON MACHINE WORKS 

4-4-4^ TVIain Street 



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UNSURPASSED BARGAINS IN MEXICO | 

COFFEE, CACAO, RUBBER, VANILLA, ETC. » 

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MINING PROPERTIES AND EXPLORATION COS. 



17 WILLIAMS STREET 
GLEN FALLS 

NEW YORK 



908 BROADWAY 

OAKLAND, CAL. 
TELEPHONE Blue 815 



Business Property, Choice City and Country Residences for Sale 
Fruit and Grain Ranches for Sale. Large Colony Tracts. 
Mining Property. Send for Catalogues. 



SOMETHING NEW and RELIABLE 



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MAGNESIA 



Steam Pipe and Boiler Coverings, Blocks and Plastic 
Asbestos Materials of every description 

Important to Architects, Builders and Owners 



E. E. BUNCE 

Country and Business Property i 



Associate Offices in All the Leading Cities of the United States I 



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L L. MERRELL'S SAFETY cftlMNEY 

Is well adapted to the Acme or any other fire place, and 
can be attached In any building, and it is a perfect com- 
bination of Lightness, Durability and Safety, being 
composed of Magnesia, Asbestos and Fire-proof Min- 
eral Fibre. 

ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS AND OWNERS 

about to erect New Buildings, when anything in the 
shape of a Safety Chimney is desired, would do well 
to send for descriptive circular. 

Mineral wool for Deadening and Lining Buildings 

I. L. Merrell is the manufacturers'Agent for Mineral 
Woor. on this Coast. No other material, either nat- 
ural or manufactured, equals it for Heat-proofing, Fire- 
proofing, and Lining Buildings, and at the same time it 
is a sure protection against rats, mice and all insects. 
MASTIC ROOFING AND PAINT 

He also has constantly on hand Asbestos and Mag- 
nesia Coverings, Asbestos Board, Lining Felt, Asbes 
tos in Solution for roofing, paints and washes. 
B^"A11 orders and any Information promptly attended to. 




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of California 

TELEPHONE, MAIN 240 



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PRINTING AND 
LITHOGRAPHIC 

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PRINTERS' ROLLERS 
AND COMPOSITION 

BRONZE POWDERS AND 
LITHO riATERIALS 



THE LARGEST 
MOST COMPLETE 
AND ONLY 
UP-TO-DATE 



Printers' Roller 



ESTABLISH- 
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PACIFIC COAST 



WE MAKE 
THE BEST 
THAT CAN 
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We use the latest and best Compressed Air 
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importers. Shipping and commission Merchants. 

AGENTS FOR 

RELIANCE MARINE INSURANCE CO., Limited, 

OF" LIVERPOOL. 



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ROYAL SWEDISH AND NORWEGIAN CONSULATE. I 



General Agency for Det Norske Veritas. 

214 CAi-iFORNiA Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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Represented by W. C. KIRSCHSTEIN, No. 28 Cliapel Street, Liverpool. 

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TUBBS eORDAGE e©. 

(Founded in 185fi. Incorporated April, 1889) 
Manufacturers of All Sizes of... 

MANILA AND SISAL ROPE, BINDER TWINE, DRILLING CABLES, WHALE LINE | 

607-613 Front Street I 

...SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. I 

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Importers, Shipping | Commission Merchants 

220 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

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Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Co., Chemainus, British Columbia 

and Planters' Line to Honolulu 
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WELCH, ACEERLE7 & CO., 18 Water Street, Liverpool, England 

R. P. RITHET & CO.. Ltd., Victoria, British Columbia 



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STEAM LAUNCHES 
A SPECIALTY . . . 

,^ Boats of every description built to order 
^^ and constantly on hand. 

OKDEKS TAKEN AT WORKSHOP 

644-646 Second street, San Francisco, Cal. 



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.WHALE BOATS, METALLIC SURF AXD LIFE BOATS BUILT TO ORDER., 
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 

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Boat BuiMer 

618=620 Third Street. 

Corner King San Francisco 

YARD 

Cor. Illinois and Solano Streets 

POTREHO 

All kinds of WOODEN and lEOX 
BOATS Built to Order and Con- 
stantly on Hand. Steam and Gaso- 
line Launches a Specialty. 

Repairing and All Orders Promptly 
Attended to. 



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Metallic Life Boats 




lal Boats of all Descriptions Built to Order and Constantly on hand 



REPAIRING DONE A.T SHORT NOTICE 



ESTABLISHED 1876 



TEL. RED 1571 



JOHN TWIGG & SONS 



BOf\T BUILDERS and SHIPIA/RIGHTS 




BUILDERS OF 

Launches, Power and Sailing Taclits 

Dredgers, Barges and Boats 

of all Descriptions. 

SEMI-SUBMERGED PROPELLERS 
FOR SHALLOW WATER 



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Office and Works, Stockton and North Point Sts. Yard at Potrero 



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C.Solomon, Jr. 

422-426-428 Battery Street 

I Phone Main 1079 San Francisco 

i PACIFIC COAST AGENT 

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I Universal Strapping Iron 

In Coils, for Packing Boxes 




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Corner Irons and Pail Fasteners 

Wyland Box Board Fasteners 

Importer of and Dealer in 

Japanese Porcelain 
Paper Napkins 

Telescope and other Baskets 

Carrying a full line of Novelties in stock | 



Pacific Coast Representative of 

Mellier's Perfumes, St. Louis, Mo. 
H. C. Foster's Celluloid Novelties, Chicago 
Shields Bros' Indian Baskets, Bombay, N.Y. | 
Godfrey Cabot Carbon Blacks, Boston, Mass. I 
I Bernard Meyer's Candy Boxes, N.Y. | 

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PIMPS 



Jackson's Horizontal Compouud Pump adapted for 
high duty, raising water from 100 ft. to 400 ft. 



ByroD Jacbon MacMiie 




ANY CONDITION 



62J-631 Siitli Street 
149-169 Biiiiome Street 



Patent Vertical Shaft Pump for 
Deep Pits 



LarEestPmopMaifactnrersoiillie Coast 




ENGINES 

BOILERS 

HOISTS 

MINING 
MACHINERY 

ETC. 

Send for Catalogue 



Horizontal Piunii fi.r hia\'\ ili.. 
Capacity. 10 Kallons to mo.mo gallous per minnt 




Jackson's Patent Single Valve Cross-Com- 
pound Condensing Steain Engine 




REAL ESTATE OFHCES AND AUCTION SALESROOM 

460 and 462 Eighth Street OAKLAND, CAL. 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 
SAN FRANCISCO 

DIRECTORY 

F'OR YECA.R CONIIVIKISIOING PvlA.Y 

1900 




OONTAININQ 

Aa^Alphabetical List of Business Firms and Private Citizens ; a Directory of the 

City and County OflScers, Churches, Public and Private Schools, 

Benevolent, Literary and other Associations, Banks, 

Incorporated Institutions, etc. 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



A Corrected Map and a Revised Street and Avenue Guide of the City 



SAN RRANOISCO, OAL. 
COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY H. S. CROCKER COMPANY 

S15, Sir, 21© BUSH STRKBT 



PRICE SIX DOLLARS 



Copyright, 1900, by H, S, Crocker Co., San Francisco. 



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I Sherwood & Sherwood\ 

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I Titipomrs, Shipping and eommission niercbams 

I 2l2-2r4 ^'^^^^'^ STREET, TELEPHONE SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

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^ RACIRIC COAST AGEINJTS ROR 

I CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S Pickles, Lncca Oil, Fresh Fruit Jams, Etc. 

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ra Colman's London Mustard Epps' Homoeopathic Cocoa 

M Fry's Cocoas and Chocolate Peek Frean & Go's London Biscuits 

is Durkee's Salad Dressing, Pure Spices, Chalmers' Transparent Gelatine 

^ Extracts, Celery Salt Fast India Chutneys 

g| Sublime Lucca Oil in tins Day & Martin's Blacking and Russet Cream 

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H Curtice Bros. Co., Rochester, Preserved Meats, Vegetables, Fruits, and 

I BLUE "LABEL" TOMATO CATSUP 

I B URKE'S GUINNESS' STOUT, BURKE'S BASS' ALE 

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y Burke's Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Old Tom Gin, Jamaica Rum 

ra Kenneth Mackenzie & Co's Cadiz Sherries and Oporto Ports 

B Houtman's Double Anchor and Crown Holland Gin 

S Fleischman's Royalty Holland Gin 

m Hennessy Brandy, Bottled by E. & J. Burke 

B Ross' Royal Belfast Ginger Ale Joule's Stone Ale Bass' Ale in Wood 

f«^ Arcadian Waukesha Mineral Water Heublein's Club Cocktails and Apple & Honey 

^ Eschenauer's Clarets and Sauterns Irish and Scotch Whiskies in Wood 

" Feist & Co's. Rhine Wines Evans' India Pale Ale 

■■„ Carlisle Sour Mash Bourbon Whisky Meinhold's Anchor Brand Cider 

I SDerwooa *'RoWn l)Ooa/' **0. P. $." **ma$cor and **$fandara" UlblsRles 
**Heysto««" '^monogram" and "Old Saratoga'^ mftisRIcs 

CANADIAN RYE WHISKY. Qooderham & Worts, Ltd., Toronto 



DEWAR'S SCOTCH WHISKY 
O. F. C. WHISKY, BOTTLED IN BOND 

CALIFORNIA SELECTED VINTAGES, WINES AND BRANDIES, 
SCHRAMSBERG WINES. 



|] DIRECT IMPORTERS AND HANDLERS OF 

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INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



Academy of Sciences, California 55 

Alumni Ass'n Cal. College of Pharmacy 73 

Alumni Ass'n Cal. Medical College 73 

Alumni Ass'n Hastings College of Law 73 

American Ass'n of Masters and Pilots 58 

American Board of Com. Foreign Missions 61 

American Educational Union 55 

American Legion of Honor . 64 

American Tract Society 61 

Ancient Jewish Order Kesher Shel Barzel 64 

Ancient Order of Foresters 64 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 65 

Ancient Order United Workmen 65 

Ariel Road Club 73 

Ariel Rowing Club 73 

Arlon Verciu 73 

Armitage Orphanage of San Francisco 52 

Art Association 38 

Associated Charities 42 

Associated Veterans of the Mexican War 73 

Astronomical Society of the Paciflc 55 

Austrian Benevolent Society 42 

Austrian Military and Benevolent Ass'n 40 

Bands of Hope .'. 75 

Banks 38 

Bar Association of San Francisco 55 

Barbers' Protective Union 58 

Bay City Wheelmen 73 

Bear Club of California 73 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Klks 66 

B'nal B'rith, Independent Order 68 

Board of Education 35 

Board of Health 35 

Board of Trade of San Francisco 43 

Board of Supervisors 34 

Bohemian Club 73 

Bookbinders' Protective and Beneficial Ass'n.. . 58 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Society 52 

Bremervoerde Vereln 73 

Brewers' Protective Association 58 

British Benevolent Society of California 42 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 58 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen 59 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew 61 

Builders' Association of California 59 

Builders' Exchange 48 

Bunker Hill Association 73 

Caledonian Club 73 

California Academy of Medicine 73 

California Academy of Sciences 55 

California Ass'n Civil Engineers 55 

California Bible Society 61 

California Camera Club 73 

California Club ^ 73 

California College of Pharmacy 56 

California Cycling Club 73 

California Genealogical Society 55 

California Girls' Training Home 53 

California Historical Society 55 

California Institute of Public Accountants 55 

California Lawn Tennis Club 73 

California Medical College 56 

California Pharmaceutical Society 55 

California Pigeon and Homing Society 73 

California Pioneers, Society of 56 

California Prison Commission 42 

California Schuetzen Club 73 



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California Soc. for Pre v. of Cruelty to Children. . 42 

California State Dental Association 55 

California State Homfcopathic Med. Soc'y 55 

California State Mining Bureau 55 

California State Retail Druggists' Ass'n 59 

California Volunteers, Society of 75 

California AVoman's Hospital 53 

Calliopean Club 73 

Cambrian Mutual Aid Society 40 

Celtic Union 73 

Cemeteries 43 

Cercle Fran^als 73 

Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco 43 

Chautauqua Assembly 56 



Chebra Achlin Kachmonim Association 

Chebra Beuai Ylsriicl Society 40 

Chebra Biker Cholliu Society 40 

Chebra B'rith Shuloiii Society 40 

Chebra Ohaboth ZIon Society 40 

Chebra Oha val Sholcm Society 40 

Chevra Geniilus Chasodlm 40 

Chevra Shaare Refooah 40 

Children's Home Finding Society of Cal 53 

Children's Hospital 53 

Chosen Friends, Order of 72 

Churches 43 

City and County Government 33 

City and County Hospital 53 

College of Pharmacy, California .56 

College of Physicians and Surgeons of S. F 56 

Colleges and Private Schools 48 

Companions of the Forest, A. O. F 65 

Companions of the Forest of America 67 

Concordia, The 74 

Congregational Societies 61 

Consuls 50 

Cooper Medical College 56 

Corinthian Yacht Club 74 

Cosmos Club 74 

County Leltrlm Social Club 74 

Crematories 43 

Cross Country Club H 

Danish Ladies' Relief Society 42 

Danish Society 40 

Danish Society (Norden) 47 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association 74 

Daughters of the American Revolution 66 

Deaconess' Home and Bible Training School 74 

Degree of Honor A. O U. W fjg 

Degree of Pocahontas gg 

Dental Colleges 55 

Department of Public Health 35 

Department of Public Works 35 

Deutscher Krleger Vereln 7^ 

Dolphin Swimming and Boating Club ; r^ 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of S. F. . . .-:»: gq 

Dry Goods Men's Association ,^i 

Eagles, Fraternal Order of L, 

Eastern Star, Order of (.i 

Eclectic Medical Society g? 

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of ac 

Emanu-El Sisterhood ^S 

Epworth League Alliance ^7 

Eureka Benevolent Association ^k 

Evening Schools «f 

Exchanges ^q 

Exempt Fire Company j? 



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Exempt Relief Fund 40 

Federal Government Officers 49 

Fire Department 36 

Fire Patrol 38 

Fire Underwriters' Association of the Pacific ... 88 

First Hebrew Benevolent Society 42 

First Hebrew Ladles' Mutual Benefit AsB'n 40 

Fishermen's Mutual Benevolent Ass'n 40 

Floral Societj", State 75 

Florence Crittenton Home of S. F 53 

Foreign Consuls 50 

Foresters of America 66 

Forum Club of California 74 

Franklin Spar and Bau Vereln 59 

Fraternal Mystic Circle 67 

Fraternal Order of Eagles 67 

Fred Finch Orphanage 53 

Free and Accepted Masons 62 

French Christian Union of California 61 

French Hospital 53 

French Ladies' Benevolent Society 42 

French Mutual Benevolent Society 41 

Fruit and Flower Mission, S. F 42 

Gambrinus Benevolent Society 41 

Gardeners' and Ranchers' Association 42 

Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society 41 

Geographical Society of California 56 

Geographical Society of the Pacific 56 

German General Benevolent Society 42 

German Hospital 53 

German Ladles' General Benevolent Society 42 

Gesellschaf t Teutouia 74 

Girls' Directory, St. Francis .=i3 

Girls' Union, San Francisco 74 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association 42 

Golden Gate Union of Christian Endeavor 61 

Good Templars. Independent Order of 75 

Grand Army of the Republic 67 

Guardians of the Home 68 

Hahnemann Hospital College 56 

Halls 59 



Harbor Commissioners. 

Harmonie Club 

Harvard Club of San Francisco.'."....!!!!!'"!. 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home, Pacific 

Hessen Vereln 

Home for Incurables, King's Daughters' !!!!! !!! 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females 

HomtEopathic Dispensarv !. .. 

Homoeopathic Medical Society, California State! 
Homoeopathic Polyclinic, San Francisco 

Hospital for Children 

Hospitals, Homes and Asvlums..!!!! "!!!!! 

Hungarian Mutual Aid So'ciety !!!. 

Improved Order of Red Men 

Incorporated B. and P. Order of Elks 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith 

Independent Order of Foresters ! . . !!!!!!! 

Independent Order of Good Templars . 
Independent Order of Odd Fellows 

Independent Order of Red Men 

International Association of Machinists' !!!!!!!' 

Iroquois Club 

Italian Chamber of Commerce !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Italian :Mutual Benevolent Society 

Italian Reall Carabinlerl Mutual Aid Socie'tv . . ! 
Jewish Alliance of California ... 
Journeymen Butchers" P. and B. Ass'n 
Junior Order United American Mechanics. 

Justices of the Peace 

King's Daughters' Home for Incurables! ! ! ! 

Knickerbocker Male Quartet 
Knights and Ladies of Honor 

Knights of Honor 

Knights of Pythias 

Knights of the Golden Eagle" 

Knights of the Maccabees 
Knights of the Red Branch.. 

Knights of Tara 

Knights Templar !!!!!! 

Labor and Trades Unions !! . 

Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic' ! ! ! ! ! 

Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society 

Ladies' Society of Israelites 

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society! ! ! ! ! 

Lane Hospital 

Law and Order League of California !!!!!! 

League of The Cross Cadets 

League of the Cross Archdiocese of S. F. . ! ! ! " 

Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Association 
Libraries 

Ligue d'Henri IV !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Llgue Nationale Francaise !!.!!!!!!!! 



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Lincoln Gun Club 74 

Literary Societies 55 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter 5S 

Lorlng Club 74 

Loyal Legion, Military Order 70 

Maclean Hospital and Sanitarium 53 

Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society 41 

Magdalen Asylum 53 

Manufacturers' Association of California 59 

Maria Kip Orphanage 53 

Marine Engineers' Association 41 

Marine Temperance Society 76 

Mariners' Free Reading Room 55 

Martin Luther Orphan Asylum 53 

Masonic 63 

Masons' and Builders' Association 59 

Master Horseshoers' Association 59 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Association 42 

Master Plumbers' Association 59 

Masters and Pilots, American Association of 58 

Mater Mlsericordise 53 

Mechanics' Institute 56 

Medical and Dental Colleges 56 

Medical Department University of California ... 56 

Medical Society of the State of California 56 

Mercantile Library 55 

Merchants" Club 74 

Merchants' Exchange Association 4S 

Methodist Social Union of San Francisco 74 

Mexican Mutual Benevolent Society 42 

Michigan Club of San Francisco 74 

Microscopical Society, San Francisco 56 

Military 57 

Military Order Loyal Legion 70 

Military Order of Foreign Wars of U. S 71 

Millmen's Protective Association 59 

Mining Bureau, California State 55 

Mlzpah Charity Club. 42 

Mount St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Asylum 53 

Mount Zion Hospital 53 

Musicians' Mutual Protective Union 59 

National Association, Letter Carriers 41 

National Association of Stationary Engineers. .. 41 

National Guard of California 57 

National Union 71 

Native Daughters of the Golden West 71 

Native Sons of the Golden West 71 

Netherland Society Wllhelmlna 74 

Nord-Deutscher Vereln 41 

Nursery for Homeless Children, S. F 53 

Occidental Kindergarten Association 42 

Odd Fellows' Employment Association 42 

Odd Fellows, Independent Order of 63 

Ohio Society of California 74 

Old Friends 74 

Old People's Home of San Francisco 53 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society of S. F 56 

Olympic Club 74 

Order of Chosen Friends 72 

Order of the Eastern Star «3 

Order of Hermann's Sons 72 

Order of Pendo 72 

Order of Railroad Telegraphers 59 

Order of Scottish Clans 41 

Order of Sons of St. George 72 

Our Lady's Home 53 

Pacific Athletic Association 74 

Pacific Coast Ass'n Native Sons of Vermont 74 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' Ass'n 41 

Pacific Coast Field Trial Club 74 

Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club 56 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home 5S 

Pacific Homa?opathic Clinic 42 

Pacific Hospital 55 

Pacific Presbyterian Union 61 

Pacific Soe'y for the Suppression of Vice 42 

Pacific Stock Exchange 49 

Pacific-Union Club 74 

People's Place 61 

Pharmaceutical Society, California 55 

Phi Delta Phi Club 74 

Pilot Commissioners 52 

Pilots 32 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society 42 

Pioneers. Society of California 56 

Police Courts 36 

Police Department 36 

Polish Society of California 41 

Port Wardens 52 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent Ass'n. .. . 59 

Presbyterian Mission House 61 

Press "Clnb of San Francisco 74 

Prison and Hospital Religious Association 61 

Private Schools 48 

Produce Exchange, San Francisco 4* 



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Protective Associations 58 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladles' Home 53 

Protestant Orphan Asylum, San Francisco 53 

Public Buildings 59 

Public Library 55 

Public Schools of San Francisco 60 

Quarantine Hospital 53 

Railroad Commissioners 52 

Receiving Hospital 53 

Red Men, Improved Order of 68 

Red Men, Independent Order of 69 

Religious Societies 61 

Resorts 76 

Retail Druggists' Association, Cal, State 59 

Retail Druggists' Association, S F 59 

Retail Grocers' Protective Union 59 

Riggers' Protective Union of S. F 59 

Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum 53 

Hoyal Arcanum 72 

Royal Arch Masons 62 

Salvation Army 48 

S. F. Art Association 38 

S. F. Athletic Club 74 

S. F. Baecker Verein 41 

S. F. Bar Association 55 

S. F. Benevolent Association 42 

S. F. Board of Trade 43 

S. F. Chamber of Commerce 43 

S. F. Chapter Am. Institute of Architects 41 

S. F. Church Extension Soc'y of M. E. Church... 61 

S. F. Clearing House 38 

S. F. Clinical Society 56 

S. F. Commercial Travelers' Association 42 

S. F. County Medical Society : 56 

S. F. County Soc'y of Phys. and Surgeons . 56 

S. F. Deaconess' Home 62 

S. F. Dental Association 59 

S. F. Fire Department Mut. Aid Ass'n 41 

S. F. Fruit and Flower Mission 42 

S. F. Girls" Union 74 

s. F. Golf Club 75 

S. F. GnitllVereIn 75 

.'!; . F. Homieopathic Polyclinic 42 

S. F. Kennel Club 75 

S. F. Ladles' Protection and Relief Society 53 

S. F. Law Library Association 55 

S. F. Maenuerchor 75 

S. F. Methodist Orphanage 53 

S. F. MUruscoplcal Society 56 

S. F. Musical Fund Society 41 

S. F. Nurserv for Homeless Children 53 

S. F. Polyclinic 42 

S. F. Port Society 62 

S. F. Produce Exchange 49 

S. F. Produce Exchango Mutual Benefit Ass'n. . . 41 

5. F. Protestant Orphan Asylum 53 

6. F. Retail Druggists' Association 59 

S. F. Schuetzen Vcreln 75 

S. F. Schwaben Verein 41 

8. F. Scottish Thistle Club 75 

8. F. Settlement Association 42 

S. F. Society Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. . 43 

S. F. Stock and Exchange Board 19 

8. F. Turn Verein 75 

8. F. Tvpothetie .59 

8. F. Verein 75 

8. F. TVhIstClub 75 

S. F. Yacht Club 75 

Scandinavian Society 41 

Schleswlg-Holstein Verein 75 

Scientific Societies 55 

Scotch-Irish Society 75 

Scottish Clans, Order of 41 

Seaman's Catholic Institute 62 

Secret Societies 62 

Servian Montenegrin L. and B. Society 41 

Sierra Club 50 

Silver Street Kindergarten Society 43 

Slavonic Illyrlc Mutual Benevolent Society 41 

Socledad .luarez de B. Mutua 41 



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Socl6t6 Beige de Blenf alsance 43 

Society Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 43 

Society of Calif ornla Pioneers 56 

Society of California Volunteers 75 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul 43 

Sons and Daughters of the Old Friends 75 

Sons of Jacob 72 

Sons of St. George, Order of 72 

Sons of the American Revolution 72 

Sons of Veterans 73 

Southern Pacific Co. Hospital 53 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society 41 

State Association of Olive Growers 59 

State Floral Society 75 

State Officers 51 

Stationary Engineers, National Association 41 

Stock and Bond Exchange 49 

Stock and Exchange Board, S. F 49 

Stock Exchange Board, Pacific 49 

Stomatological Club of California 57 

Street Guide 77-114 

St. Andrew's Society 43 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan Asylum 53 

St. Luke's Hospital 53 

St. Mary's Hospital 54 

St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance Association 41 

St. Peter's German Catholic Benevolent Society. 41 

St. Vincent de Paul, Society of 43 

St. ZIta's Home 54 

Sued-Deutscher Verein 41 

Superior Court 35 

Supreme Court 51 

Supreme Court Commissioners 51 

Swedish Society of San Francisco 41 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society 41 

Swiss Relief Society 43 

Swiss Rifle Club 75 

"Taxpayers' Educational League 56 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Societv of S F 41 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast 56 

Temperance Societies 75 

Teutonla Society 43 

Theatres 76 

Theosophlcal Society, The 62 

Thcosophical Society in America 56 and 62 

Trades Unions 54 

Turn Verein, San Francisco 75 

Union League Club 75 

Union Printers" Mutual Aid Society 41 

Union Square Club 75 

United Ancient Order of Druids 73 

United National Association Postoffice Clerks... 41 

United Workmen, Ancient Order 65 

University Club 75 

University Mound Old Ladles' Home 54 

United States Officers 49 

Universal Brotherhood 56 

Verein EIntracht 41 

Verein Oesterelch S. and Mut. Aid Society 41 

Veteran Firemen's Association of S. F 75 

Veteran Volunteer Firemen's A88"n of Cal 75 

Veteran Odd Fellows' Association 75 

Veteran Guard of California, G. A. R 67 

Veterans' National Guard of California 58 

Veterans" Home of California 54 

Veterans of the California Hundred 75 

Western Addition Literary and Social Club 75 

Widows' and Orphans' Aid Association 41 

Winter Cotillion Club 75 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union 76 

Woman's Hospital, California -53 

Woman's Relief Corps. G. A. R 67 

Woodmen of the World 73 

Yale Alumni Association of Cal 75 

Young Ladles' Institute 41 

Young Men's Catholic LTnlon 41 

Young Men's Christian Association 62 

Young Men's Institute 41 

Young Women's Christian Association 62 

Youths' Directory 54 



Names Received Too Late... 



For Regular Insertion will be found on 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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PAGE 

JEtna Mineral 'Water Co 168 

Alexander L. & M. & Co Left cor. cards 

Allen & Higgins Lumber Co Backbone 

American Box Factory Left top lines 

, , c. , J TTT. /-, ) 1S2 and business 

American Steel and Wire Co -' headings 

American Type Founders Co 2138 

Andrews, George N 2074 

Anglo-Calif ornian Bank Bed pages, 1851 

Armstrong, H. G 1942 

Asphaltum Roofing Co 2106 

Atkinson, T. E 18T7 

Atlas Assurance Co Eight side lines 

Babin, Landry C 2101 

Back, F. J 205 

Bacon, William O Left bottom lines 

Bank and Insurance Dept Red pages, 1849 

Bank of British North America Red pages, 1855 

Bank of California Red pages, 1850 

Barrow, "Wade, Guthrie & Co 1877 

Bateman, "SVilllam 2071 

Bauer Lamp and Reflector Co 2018 

Bellerive, Marie Mme 1961 

Bemis, C. C 2101 

Bergstrom. .John & Sons 2075 

Blake. Molfitt & Towne 118, 2079 

Boesch Lamp Co 2018 

Bogart, S. B Left top lines 

Borland, Guy H 2066 

Boyd, J. K. & Sons 123 

Britton & Eey 320 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., The 1905 

Buhlinger, "Wm. F 1976 

Bunce, F.. E Right cor. cards, 5119 

Bunker. Paul 1877 

Burke's, Dr., Sanitarium 2110 

Burnhara & Marsh Co 2101 

Burns, John H 8 

Burnstiue Bros 2052 

Burton, I. L 4 

Buswell, G. F 2081 

Butterfield, William 358 

Oahill & Hall Elevator Co 1971 

California Art Glass, Bending and Cutting Works 1989 

California Belgian Hare Ass'n 126 

California Bottling Co Left bottom lines, 1902 

California Business College Left side linos. 1943 

California Carpet Cleaning Co 1923 

California Concrete Co 1917 



PAQX 

California Electrical Works 1968 

California Electrotyping Co 1971 

California Ink Co 2009, 2139 

Caloric Vita Oil Co 1596, 1965 

California Wire Cloth Co 2152 

Campbell, H. R 123 

Capp. C. S. & Co 2101 

Cardall & Hesse Line front cover 

Cassaretto. John 1991 

Center & Spader 2101 

Chase & Mendenhall 2037 

Chester, Henry 2008 

Church, S. R 418 

City Hall French Laundry. . .Line back cover and 2021 

Clark, N. & Sons i ^^^lit side Hues and 

' ( business headings 

Clawson, L. E. & Co Business headings 

Cobb & Hesselmeyer 2080 

Cobbledick, L. N 128 

Coffin, Alonzo 2081 

Colton Dental Association 442, 1954 

Commercial Transfer Co 1978 

Continental Bldg. & Loan Assn . . Back cover and 1860 

Cook, H. X. Belting Co 1903 

Cornell, W. F. & Co 1971, 2123 

Crocker, H. S. Co 479 

Crocker-Langley S. F. Directory 120 

Croley Geo. H 121 

Curtin-Beals' Merc. Col. Agency 1943 

Curtin, John Backbone and 1958 

Cutter, J. F., Whiskey Right bottom lines 

Cyclops Engine and Machine Works-, ^q^- jq^.j .2|5q 

Davidson & Leigh 2101 

Decker, Charles W 442, 1954 

De Flllppe. Prof 2131 

De Kalb Fence Co 2117, 2151 

Denniston. E. G 2117 

Diener, Henry 2007 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co Left top lines and 2116 

Dornin, George D 656 

Dunham, Carrigan & Hayden Co 2001. 2014, 2015 

Eby, Jno. D Line back cover 

Eggers&Co 2056 

Elastic Tip Co Right side lines 

Emery Fertilizer Co 129 

Empire Laundry Co Right top lines 

Enterprise Brewery Left bottom lines 

Evans. C. H. & Co Right side lines. 1973, 2097 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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PAGE 

Farnsworth & Ruggles 1960 

Ffllppe, T. B 2131 

FUmer-Rolllns Electrotype Co. Left side lines and 1971 

FInlay, W. R 212T 

Finn. John. Metal Works 2052 

Firemen's Fund Ins. Co Front cover 

First National Bank Red pages, 1854 

Fisher, L. P., Advertising Agency 1878 

Fisher Packing Co 2144 

Flttz Alcohol Cure Right top lines 

Folkers, J. H. A. & Bro 1957, 2125, 2133 

Forbes, A. J. & Son 1922 

Forderer Cornice Works 1950 

Fredericksburg Bottling Co. . . Left side lines and 1902 

Fuji Co., The Right side and bottom lines 

Fulda's Planing Mill 2129 

Gallagher, H. J., Undertaking Co 1139 

Galloway Lithographing Co Left top lines 

Garratt. W. T. & Co 3 and business headings 

German Sav. and Loan Soc Red pages. 1858 

Germania Trust Co Left corner cards 

Giant Powder Co Line back cover 

Gilettl S. System Co 1883 

GIsslow's Moving and Carpet Cleaning Co.. 1928, 1978 

Gladding, McBean & Co Business headings 

Golden State and Miners' Iron Works. Right side lines 

Goodman. George 1882, 1947 

Goodsell C. E 125 

Goodyear Rubber Co 2107 

Gould, C. E 127 

Graham. Geo. D 6 

Great Eastern Milk Co 2054 

Great Eastern Steam Carpet Beating and Reno- 
vating Works 1928 

Gundlach-Bundschu Wine Co 20C3 

Haas, Carl F 2138 

Halnque & O'Brien.. ..Left side lines, 2047. 2093, 2150 

Hale}', W. H 2148 

Hall, A. I. & Son 774 

Haug, Andrew Right bottom lines 

Hawks & Skelton 2101 

HeaidB RnsinpRK roiipse ^ Right corner cards. 

Healds Business i^ouege ^ back cover and 800 

Hermann Safe Co 2108 

Herrmann, C. & Co 2003 

Hlbernla Sav. and Loan Soc Red pages, 1859 

Hobbs, Wail & Co Backbone, 854, 1912 

Hoffman, F. & Co 2116 

Holman, W. L 1972 

Hosmer. H. B 2083 

Irvine Bros Right top lines 

Jackson, Byron 10 

Jackson, P. H. & Co 1880 

Jacob, Chas. H. & Co Right top lines and 2140 

Jacquemet J. & Co 2159 

Jones, Richard C. & Co 2045 

Jubilee Incubator Co 124 

Jubilee Poultry Yards and Rabl)ltry 124 

Eahn, George H Right cor. cards, 2073, 2083 

Kai, O. & Co 2016 

Keeley Institute Left cor. cards 

Kellogg's Whiskey Left bottom lines 

Klncald & Co 2080 

King, James L 1946, 2067 

I Left bottom lines 
Klein, John M Electrical Works. -'l and business 

/ headings 

Kneass, Geo. W 8 

Krogh Manufacturing Co Left top lines 

La Grande Laundry. ... 2020 

Langdon, W. G Right bottom lines 



PAGB 

Larkins & Co 1930 

Lash's Bitters Co Left bottom lines 

Lask. Harry J 2067 

Lawn Rabbitry J27 

Laymance Real Estate Co.. Left corner cards and 10 

Leek. George W 195$ 

Leek, Ira G 1956 

Lietz. A. Co., The 2a59, 2064,211-2,2114. 2126 

Lloyd. H. J 2062 

London and San Francisco Bank Red pages, 1852 

London Assurance Co Right side lines 

Loudon. W. M ]96i 

Loupy, Jean Left side lines 

Lowe. J. W 1881 

Loy, William E 2155, 2156 

Liicke, Ben H 108I 

Luckhardt, C. A. & Co 1886 

Lund, Henry & Co 7 

Lurline Salt Water Baths 1901 

LyonW.P 126 

Lyons, Charles Front cover, 1089 

Maass, H. F 2141 

MacNutt, A. H 2050 

Malcom Robert Co Right side lines 

Manhattan Food Co 1991 

Manheim, Dibbern & Co Front cover 

Marsh <& Kidd Co 1908 

Martin, E. & Co Right bottom lines 

Marwedel, C. W 2047 and business headings 

Mason, F. E 126 

Mayerle, Geo 1136 

Mays, W. H. Dr 1137 

Mc Avoy & Co 1139 

Mcintosh & Wolpmann 2046 

McPhun. Wra 2150 

McQueen. John 1928 

Meridian Rabbitry 125 

Merrell. I. L ■ 5 

Mlllbrae Dairy 1216 

MInglewood Rabbitry 123 

Modern Laundry Line front cover 

Molse-Kllnkner Co Business headings 

Moise, L. H 1971 

Montague, W. W. & Co 2124 

Moorpark Avenue Rabbitry 122 

Moraghan, M. B Left top lines 

Morrow. W. S 1943 

Mt. Shasta Mineral Spring Co Front edge 

Murch & Gray 2093 

Mutual Label and LItho. Co 

Right bottom lines and 1274 

Mutual Savings Bank Red pages, 1859 

National Brewing Co 2158 

National Fire Insurance Co 556 

National Laundry 2021 

New England Novelty Works Right bottom lines 

New York Life Ins. Co Right corner cards 

Newhall, H. M. & Co Right side lines 

O'Neill, P. J 2149 

Ocean Marine Insurance Co Right side lines 

Oceanic Steamship Co • 1330 

Old Homestead Bakery rT 1896 

Oliver Typewriter 2 

Overland Freight Transfer Co 

1961, 1982, 2124, 2ia5, 2145 

Pacific Law and Collection Co 1943 

Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co Front cover 

Pacific Refining and Roofing Co 2106 

Pacific Rubber Stamp Co 2108 

Pacific States Type Foundry 2139 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



PAGE 

Pacific Vinegar and Pickle Works 2144 

Palms Restaurant Line front cover 

Payne's Bolt Works 1908 

Pegamoid Front cover and business headings 

Peltier, John & Co 2106 

Peruvian Bitters Left bottom lines 

Petaluma Incubator Co 130 

Pettltt, J. George 1972 

Petzold, August 1950 

Peulecka.H 1925 

Plnkerton's National Detective Agency 1959 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machines 1927 

Pool, J. R ;•. 2009 

Poultry Department 121, 130 

Price, Thomas & Son 1886 

Pup Restaurant Left side lines 

Read, L. W 127 

Redlngton & Co, 1439 

Reed & Goodman 2157 

Kemlllard Brick Co 1914 

Rice, Judson Mrs 122 

River Express Co 1978 

Robinson & Gillespie 1926 

Rollins, E. H. & Sons 1480 

Rosekrans, H. & Co 1484 

Rouleau, F. A 2112 

Rowsell, F. A 121 

Royal Insurance Co Top edge 

Russian Wire Works 2151 

Sala Joseph C 2060, 2126 

San Carlos Dairy '. 2054 

San Francisco and Pacific Glass Works 1988 

San Francisco Gold, Sliver and Nickel Plating 

Wks 2117 

San Francisco Laundry '. 2020 

San Francisco National Bank Red pages, 1858 

San Francisco Pattern Works 2081 

San Francisco Savings Union Red pages, 1856 

San Francisco Stove Works 2099 

San Francisco Turning and Planing Mill 2138 

Sanderson, L. F. Mrs 123 

Sanitary Cleaning Co 1929, 1967 

Sarmento, J. F 125 

Sartorl I. & Co 2053 

Savings and Loan Society Red pages, 1857 

Schaefer, Fred 2078 

Scheeref, Joseph & Co 

Left side lines and business headings 

Schwarz, Joseph A 1550 

Scott&Harrls 2102 

Sealy, George A, 124 

Sellschopp, W. &Co 2120 

Shasta Water Front edge 

Shattuck, E. J. «& Co 1438 

Sherwood & Sherwood 18 and business headings 

Smith, A. B. Co Left side lines 

Smith, A. B. Furniture Co Left side lines 

Smith, J. R. Tailoring Co Right side lines 



PAGX I 

Smith Premier Typewriter Left cor. cards 

Smith Caloric Vita on Co ..1596, 1965 

Smyth, W. H Line back cover 

Snow, F. H. Mrs 123 

Solomon, C. Jr 9 I 

Spaulding, J. & Co 1927 i 

Spaulding, N. W. Saw Co 2110,1 

Speddy, T. H 1618, 2049 

Spreckels J. D. & Bros. Co 1380 i 

Springfield F.and M. Ins. Co.- 557 I 

Sproat, C. Mrs. & Co 126 

St. Germain Billiard Co 1904. 

St. Mary's Hospital 1625 

Stanley, Charles T 2067 

Stone, N.J Right top lines 

Stratton, J . S 2009, 2107 

Stratton's Carpet Beating Works 1928 

Sullivan, J. F 2078 

Sunlight Poultry Yards 128 

Sunset Poultry Farm 127 

Techau Tavern Right top lines 

Thomas & Carlson 2081 

Thornton, S 8 

Trumbull & Beebe Line front cover, and 2112 

Tubbs Cordage Co 7 

Twigg, John & Sons 8 

Umbsen, G. H. & Co 2102 

Union Iron Works 

1947, 1965, 2060, 2114 and business headings 

Union Lithograph Co 183 

Union Photo-Engraving Co 1725 

United States Laundry Bottom edge, 1726, 2021 

Van Drake, A. J 2156 

Van Vroom Dental Parlor Co 1955 

Vaughan, Fred W. & Co 2 

Walnwrlght, William 2149 

Walker, CM Right side lines 

Waltz, Charles 2109 

Watt, Rolla V Top Edge 

Welcn.& Co 7 

Wenzelburger, A 1877 

West Publishing Co 1887 

Western Agencies Co 

Front cover and business headings 

Western Foundry 4 

Western Meat Co 2076 

Western Wire Works 2151 

White Star Laundry 2022 

WIeland Bros 2072 

Wllberforce, A. B Right bottom lines 

Wllley, O. F. &Co 1806 

Williams, F.E. Mrs 128 

Willow Poultry Farm and Rabbltry 129 

WIlmerdlng-Loewe Co Left bottom lines 

Wilson, J. C. & Co Left cor. cards 

Wong Him 1828 

Woodlock, John 128 



EMPIRE LAUNDRY UO. 



Bryant Street 

Phone South 277 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY: 




1900 




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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 

CONCERNING 

Municipal, State and Federal Goyernnient, Banks, Churches, Societies, Etc. 



CITY AND COUNTT GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor— James D. Phelan; salary, 86,000 per annum. 

Secretary — Charles W. Fay; salary, 83,000 per 
annum. 
Assessor— Washington Dodge; salary, 84,000 per an- 
num. 

Chief Deputy— John Glnty; salary, 82,400 per 
annum. 

Cashier— Wm. J. Blattner; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 
AUDITOR— Asa K. Wells; salary, 84,000 per annum. 

Chief Deputy— William W. Wells; salary, 82,400 
per annum. 
Chief of Police— William P. Sullivan; salary, 
84,000 per annum. , 

Captain of Detectives — John F. Seymour; salary, 
83,000 per annum. 
City Attorney — Franklin K. Lane; salary, 85,000 
per annum. 

Assistant— G. Whitfield Lane; salary, 83,600 per 
annum. 

Assistant — William I. Brobeck; salary, 83,000 per 
annum. 

Assistant— Hugo K. Asher; salary, 82,400 per an- 
num. 

Assistant — Walter E. Dorn; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Clerk— Richard M. Sims; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
City Physician — Joseph G. Morrissey, M.D. ; salary, 
81,800 per annum. 

Assistant Phy siclan— Beatrice Hinkle, M.D.; salary 
81,200 per annum. 

Emergency Surgeon — Edwin Bunnell, M.D.; salary, 
81,800 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon — George H. Thompson, M.D.; 
salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon — Walter H. Thorne, M. D.; 
salary, SI, 200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon — H. E. Morrison, M. D t salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon— L. D. Bacigalupl, M.D.; salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon— Charles D. McGettlgan, M. D.; 
salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon- Cecil M. Olmstead, M. D.; 
salary, $1,2U0 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon— H. O. Von der Lleth, M. D.; 
salary, sl.200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon— F. R. Dray, M. D.; salary, 81,200 
per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon — W. H. Dorr, M. D.; salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

Assistant Surgeon — Frederick R. Starr, M. D.; 
salary, 81,200 per annum. 



Assistant Surgeon, Victor C. Putnam, M. D. ; salary, 

81,200 per annum. 
Assistant Surgeon — Frank Robinson, M.D. ; salary, 

81.200 per annum. 
Steward Emergency Hospital — Thomas Hess; 

salary, 8900 per annum. 
Matron Emergency Hospital — Mrs. Rose Kane; 

salary, 8720 per annum. 

City Engineer — C. Ewald Grunsky; salary, 85,000 

per annum. 
Chief Assistant— E. J. Morser; salary, 82,400 per 

annum. 
Draughtsman— Frederick W. Hummerston; salary, 

81,500 per annum. 

Commissioners — Civil Servick. 
P. H. McCarthy. 
John E. Quinn. 
J. Richard Freud. 

Chief Examiner and Secretary— Edward F. Moran. 
Clerk— Jas. J. Maher. 
Stenographer— Frederick Holland. 

Commissioners— Election. 
A. W. Voorsanger. 
M. Greenblatt. 
S. G. Kellogg. 
Jeremiah Deasy. 
Oliver Everett. 
Registrar of Voters— Thomas J. Walsh. 

Commissioners— Fire Department. 
Rolla V. Watt. 
John H. Grady. 
James C. McKlnstry. 

M. H. Hecht. , . _ w.ri«»n>» 

Secretary Ji ii flIiiiiiilW Joba W. McCmrtliT- 

Commissioners — Insanity. 
Edwin Windele, M. D. 
Charles C. Wadsworth, M. D. 
Daniel D. Lustlg, M. D. 
Theo Rethers, M. D. 

Commissioners— Park. 
A. B. Spreckels. 
John A. Stanton. 

Reuben H. Lloyd. _^ 

M. Jasper McDonald. '' 

F. W. Zeile. 

Secretary—Philip J. Fay; salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Superintendent— John McLaren; salary, 84,200 per 
annum. 

Commissioners — Police. 
George A. Newhall. 
D I. Mahoney. 

William T. Wallace. c»uWAl«ler. 

Dr. W. F. McNutt. j" '" ^»**w»«««w. 

Secretary— g : 9 : B e Mir, salary, 81,500 perftnnum. 



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-Coroner. 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Board of Supervisors. 



Coroner— R. Beverly Cole, M. D.; salary, *4,000 per 

annum. 
First Deputy— P. J. McCormlck; salary, «2,400 per 

annum. 
Autopsy Surgeon— T. B. W. Leland, M. D.; salary, 

$2,400 per annum. 

County Clerk— William A. Deane; salary, ?4,000 per 

annum. 
Chief Deputy— Joseph Goddard; salary, S2,400 per 

annum. 
Court Koom Clerk, Department 1— Frank Grimes; 

salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Court Rooiu Clerk, Department 2— Wm. .J.Kennedy; 

salary, SI, 500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 3— William C. 

Ralsch; salary. Si, 500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 4— Robert H. Fitz- 
gerald; salary, si, 500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 5— Ambrose A. 

Watson; salary, SI, 500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 6 — B. Mahouy; 

salary, si, .500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 7— Charles C. Mor- 
ris; salary, SI, 500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 8 — R. J. Welch; 

salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department !)— J. B. Martin; 

salary, SI, .500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 10— James R. Mc- 

Elroy; salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 11— William R. 

Jost; salary, $1,500 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk. Department 12— O. A. Tolle; 

salary, si, 500 per annum. 

County Recorder — Edmond Godchaux; salary, 

S3,600 per annum. 
Chief Deputy— Fred. S. Myrtle; salary, «1,800 per 

annum. 
District Attorney— L. F. Byington; salary, S5,0(X) 

per annum. 
Assistant— Eugene X. Deuprey; salary, 83,600 per 

annum. 
Assistant— John T. Greany; salary, 83,(100 per 

annum. 
Assistant— William H. Alford; salary, 83,600 per 

annum. 
Chief Clerk— W. H. Byington; salary, 81,800 per 

annum. 
Assistant Clerk— Wallace L. Thompson; salary, 

SI, 200 per annum. 
Stenographer— Louis H. Ward; salary, 8900 per an- 
num. 
Prosecuting Attorneys, Police Courts— James M. 

Hanley, R. V. Whiting, Charles L. Weller, 

Isidore Harris; salary, S2,400 per annum. 
Chief Warrant and Bond Clerk— Charles Perry; 

salary, S2.400 per annum. 
Assl.stants— John J. Greeley. W. G. Burke and T. 

I. Fltzpatrlck; salary, 81,500 per annum. 

Fire Marshal- Charles Towe; paid by Insurance 
Companies. 

Gas and Water In.spector — Otis M. Tupper; 
salary, 81,800 per annum. 

Health Officer—A. P. O'Brien, M. D. ; salary, 
83,000 per annum. 

Law Library. 
Librarian— James H. Deering; salary, 82,400 per 

annum. 
Assistants — John F. Tyler, Frank G. McGuIre and 

Joseph H. Mayer. 

>Public Administrator— P. Boland; office, 238 Mont- 
gomery street. 
Attorney— M. C. Hassett, Phelan Building. 
(Compensation— fees.) 

Public Library. 
Trustee— Colin M. Boyd. 
Trustee — Horace Davis. 
Trustee— George T. Shaw. 
Trustee— John S. Hlttell. 
Trustee— Philip N. Lllienthal. 
Trustee— Azro L. Mann. 
Trustee — Thomas B. Bishop. 
Trustee— Joseph O'Connor. 
Trustee— Edward R. Taylor. 
Trustee— John H. Wise. 
Trustee— Ralph C. Harrison. 
Librarian— George T. Clark; salary, 82,400 per 

annum. 
Secretary— George A. Mullln; salary, $1,800 per 

annum. 
Assistant Secretary— Mtss Martha T. Tyler; salary, 

8900 per annum. 



Registrar of Voters— Thomas J. Walsh; salary, 
82,400 per annum. 

Sheriff- John Lackmanu; salary. SS, 000 per annum. 

LTnder Sheriff— George A. Hare; salary, 82,400 per 
annum. 

Chief Bookkeeper— SIgmund L. Simon; salary, 
SI, 800 per annum. 

Chief Jailor— Frank Corny n; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Superintendent Alms House— Edward A. Reddy: 
salary, $2,400 per annum. 
Resident Physician— W. E. Conlon, M. D.; salary, 

81,500 per annum. 
Matron— Mrs. E. A. Reddy; salary, »T20 per 

annum. 
Clerk— L. S. Wetherly; salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Superintendent City Cemetery — J. O'Kane; 
salary, S840 per annum. 

Superintendent Common Schools— Reginald H. 
Webster; salary, s4,000 per annum. 
Deputy Superintendents— L. A. Jordan and W. D. 
Kingsbury. 

Superintendent Department of Electricity— 

William R. Hewitt; salary, 82,400 per annum. 
Superintendent Physician City and County 

Hospital— G. E. Sussdorff, M. D.; salary, 

S2,400 per annum. 
Resident Physician— T. D. Maher; salary, 81,500 per 

annum. 
Visiting Physician— Joseph O. Hirschfelder, M. D. 

salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Visiting Physician— William W. Kerr, M. D. 

salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Visiting Physician— Charles S. Rosenthal, M. D. 

salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Visiting Surgeon — Charles X. Elllnwood, M. D. 

salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Visiting Surgeon — Robert A. McLean, M. D. 

salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Visiting Surgeon— A. W. Morton, M. D.; salary. 

81,200 per annum. 
Matron — Miss Mary Black; salary, 8V20 per annum 
Tax Collector— J. Harry Scott; salary, 84,000 per 

annnm. 
Chief Deputy — Morris Levy: salary, S2,400 per 

annum. 
Cashier— Oscar Curtaz; salary, s2,400 per annum. 
Treasurer- Sam H.Brooks; salary, 84,000 per an- 
num. 
Chief Deputy— J. O.Reis; salary, 82,400 per annum. 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

member.^. 
Mayor James D. Phelan, President, ex otUcio. 
.lames P. Booth. M. J. Fontana. 

H. V. Brandenstein. John E. A. Helms. 

Charles Boxton. Richard M. Hotallug. 

A. Comte, Jr. Thomas Jennings. 

John Connor. A. B. Magulre. 

Peter J. Curtis. William N. McCarthy. 

A. A. D'Ancona. Charles Wesley Reed. 

Victor D. Duboce. George R. Sanderson. 

Lawrence J. Dwyer. Joseph S. Tobln. 

Clerk— John A. Russell; salary, 83.600 per annum. 
Assistant Clerks— John H. Ryan, salary «1,800 per 
annum; James Donahue, salary si. .500 per an- 
num; John S. Bannermau, salary 81,800 per an- 
num; Thomas B. McGlnnIs, salary «1,500 per 
annum; John E. Behan. salary 81.800 per an- 
num; P. H. McKenna, salary si. 500 per annum; 
John LInehan; salary, 81. .500 per annum. 
Expert Accountant — Cyril Williams; salary, 82,100 

per annum. 
Sergeant-at-Arms— R. W. Anderson; salary, 81,200 
per annum. 

standing committees. 
Judiciary— Brandenstein, Comte, Tobln. 
Finance— Jennings. Hotaling, Tobln. 
Streets, Sewers and Parks — Magulre, Curtis, Connor 
Wharves and Water Front— Fontana, Duboce, Mc- 
Carthy. 
Public Buildings — Dwyer. Henderson, Booth. 
Public Utilities- Reed, Hotaling, Magulre. 
Water Rates — Connor, Comte, .Jennings. 
Police— Tobln. Helms, Reed. 
Fire — Curtis, Magulre, Duboce. 
License and Orders — Comte, McCarthy. Booth. 
Hospital and Health — D'Ancona, Dwyer, Boxton. 
Printing and Salaries — Booth, Jennings. Connor. 
Artificial Lights— Hotaling, Brandenstein, Dwyer. 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Justices of the Peace. 



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Outside Lands-Helms, Boxton, Sanderson 
Equalization and Assessments - McCarthy. Reed. 

rivll Service— Sanderson, Brandenstein, Fontana. 
Charities and Correction-Duboce, Helms, Fontana. 
Education— Boxton. Brandenstein, D'Ancona. 
Ex Mayors entitled to Seat In Board-H. F. Tesche- 
macher, Wm. Alvord, E. B. Pond, L. R. Ellert. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

MEMBERS. 

Cecil W. Mark, President. .James Denman. 
Mrs. Mary W. Klncald. John B. Casserly. 

Secretary— .John H. Hansen; salary, $1,800 per an- 
num. 

Assistant Secretaries— H. P. Hooe, Charles A. 
^ Berliner. 

Stenographer— Miss M. F. Cuslck; salary, S900 per 
annum. 

Messenger — Herman Armer. 

Inspector of Buildings— P. M. WelUn. 

Storekeeper— Charles E. McAullffe. 

Storeroom— Southwest corner Pine and Larkin 
streets. 

City Board of Examination— L. A. .Jordan; Sec- 
retary, W. D. Kingsbury. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH. 

MEMBERS OF BOARD. 

J. M. Williamson, M. D., President. 
K. W. Baum, M. D. Louis Bazet, M. D. 

W. D. McCarthy, M. D. 
Health Officer- A. P. O'Brien, M. D.; salary, 

$3,000 per annum. 
Visiting Physician, Twenty-sixth Street Hospital — 

J. G. Murrissey, M. 1).; salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Assistant Physician — Beatrice Hlnkle, M. D.; 

salary, $1,200 per annum. 
Secretary— John A. Brown; salary, $2,100 per an- 
num. 
Assistant Secretary— J. W. Cameron; salary, $1,200 

per annum. 
Chief Market Inspector— ; salary, 

$1,200 per annum. 
Clerk of Vital Statistics— T. J. Stanton; salary, 

$1,200 per annum. 
Inspector Bakeries— August Bergers; salary, *900 

per annum. 
Inspector Baths and Laundries — James Daly; 

salary, $900 per annum. 
Garbage Inspector— G. Cuneo; salary, $900 per an- 
num. 
Plumbing Inspector— John J. Sullivan; salary, 

$1,.500 per annum. 
Assistants— Wm. Tobln, W. J. Kelley, P. Mulligan; 

salary, $1,200 per anniim. 
Disinterment Inspector— Lawrence Walsh; salary, 

$1,200 per annum. 
Assistant Disinterment Inspector — ; 

salary. i?1.200 per annum. 
Chemist— F. T. Green; salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Assistant— H.M. McQueen; salary, $900 per annum. 
Veterinary Surgeon— J. W.O'Rourke; salary, $1,800 

per annum. 
Bacteriologist- W. H. Kellogg, M.D.; salary, $1,800 

per annum. 
Medical Attendant— George E. McPherson; salary, 

$1,200 per annum. 
Ambulance Surgeon— W. W. Wymore, M. D.; 

salary, $900 per annum. 
Ambulance Surgeon— J. T. Stafford, M. D.; salary, 

$900 per annum. 
Stenographer— Mrs. M. Turner; salary, $900 per 

annum. 
Statistician— W. D. Griffin ; salary,$l,800 per annum. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. 

MEMBERS OF BOARD. 

Col. George H. Mendell, President. 

Marsden Mansen. 

Secretary— J. Leo Park. 

Chief Engineer— C. Ewald Grunsky. 

Chief Field Assistant Bureau of Streets— George 

McGIlllvray. 
Chief Office Assistant Bureau of Streets — Andrew 
J. Donovan. 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Department 1. Judge— James M. Seawell; term 
expires January, 1905. 
Clerk— Frank Grimes. 
Reporter— A. Leslie Coombs. 
Bailiflf— G. H. Williams. 
Department 2. Judge— William R. Daingerfield; 

term expires January, 1901. 
-Clerk- Wm. J. Kennedy. 
Reporter— Charles R. Gagan. 
Bailiff— C. R. Burton. 
Department 3. Judge— George H. Bahrs (Presid- 
ing Judge) ; term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— W. C. Ralsch. 
Reporter— H. N. Hall. 
Bailiff— W. H. Smith. 
Department 4. Judge— James C. B. Hebbard ; term 
expires January, 1903. 
Clerk— Robert H. Fitzgerald. 
Reporter — Harrison A. Jones. 
Bailiff— J. C. Nohmann. 
Department 5. Judge— John Hunt; term expires 
January, 1903. 
Clerk— Ambrose A. Watson. 
Reporter— Edwin S. Belden. 
Bailiff— Conrad Troell. 
Department 6. Judge— Frank H. Dunne; term ex- 
pires January, 1903. 
Clerk— Albert B. Mahony. 
Reporter— Luke Kavanaugh. 
Bailiff— D. J. McCarthy. 
Department 7. Judge— Edward A. Belcher; term 
expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— Charles C. Morris. 
Reporter— J. J. Maginls. 
Bailiff— H. J. Strehl. 
Department 8. (Criminal)- Judge— Frank J. Mur- 
asky; terra expires January, 1905. 
Clerk— R. J. Welch. 
Reporter — James L. Holland. 
Bailiff— George D. Troy. 
Department 9. (Probate)— Judge— James V. Cof- 
fey; term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— J. B. Martin. 
Reporter— Samuel B. Sumner. 
Bailiff— T. Murphy. 
Department 10. (Probate and Insolvency)— Judge 
—James M. Troutt; term expires January, 1905. 
Clerk— James R. McElroy. 
Reporter— H. W. Walter. 
Bailiff— D. M. Short. 
Department 11. (Criminal) — Judge — William P. 
Lawlor; term expires January, 1905. 
Clerk— William R. Jost. 
Reporter— Frank C. Drew. 
Bailiff- Joseph Winrow. 
Department 12. Judge— Carroll Cook; term expires 
January, 1903. 
Clerk— O. A. Tolle. 
Reporter— J. P. Stevens. 
Bailiff— W. F. Dath V. 
Secretary Superior Judges— James W. Coffroth; 

salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Superior Court Commissioners. 
John J. Mone. John F. Tyler. 

Finlay Cook. Frank W. Lawler. 

Eugene W. Levy. J. F. Pinkham. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 









Presiding Justice— Thomas F. Dunn; salary, $2,700 
per annum. 

Justice— Frank H. Iverrlgan; salary, $2,400 per an- 
num. r.^s 

Justice— George W. F. Cook; salary, $2,400 per j^ 
annum. '*^ 

Justice— Joseph E. Barry; salary, $2,400 per an- 2E 
num. 

Justice— Gottlob C. Groezlnger; salary, $2,400 per —n 
annum. "^ ZX3 

Clerk— Edward W. Williams; salary, $2,400 per an- ^^ 
num. -^^ 

Deputy— George S. McComb; salary, $1,200 per an- ^T 
num. 

Deputy— Robert W. Dennis; salary, $1,200 per an- 
num. 

Deputy— Raymond Barry; salary, $1,200 per annum. 

Peputy— John F. Craven. ; salary, $1,200 per annum . 

Deputy— P. H. Prendergast; salary, $1,200 per an- 
num. 



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POLICE COUETS. 

Police CorRX Xo. 1. .Judge— Edmund P. Mogan. 

Clerk— Fred. R. Conway. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Isidore Harris. 

Warrant Clerk— Julius Pundt. 

Keporter— Daniel W. Long. 

Record Clerk- Charles H. McDonald. 
Police CoritT Xo. 2. Judge— Charles T. Conlan 
(Presiding Judge). 

Clerk— John P. Rice. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Charles L. Weller. 

Reporter — Frank Vernon. 
Police Court No. 3. Judge— Alfred J. Fritz. 

Clerk— J. J. Groom. 

Prosecuting Attorney— R. V. Whiting. 

Reporter 

Police CorRX No. 4. Judge— George H. Cabaniss. 

Clerk— John A. Fenton. 

Prosecuting Attorney— James M. Hanley. 

Reporter— Howard Vernon. 

COrUT ISTERPRETEKS. 

Victor Demartini. Ramon Aguirre. 

Louis Locke. Andrew Glover. 

Joseph A. Becsey. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners- George A. Xewhall. President; 
D. I. Mahonev. William T. Wallace, Dr. W. F. McNutt. 

Secretary. "B. L. Cadwalader. 

Chief of Police— W. P. Sullivan. 

Clerk to Chief of Police— F. H. Norman. 

Property Clerk 

Captaixs of Police— James W. Gillln. John Spil- 
lane. George W. Wittman and Andrew J. Dunlevy. 

LiEtFTEXAXTS- Marcellus O. Anderson. George 
Blrdsall, Frederick L. Esola, John B. Martin and 
John Mooney. 

Detectives— John F. Seymour, Captain: Robert 
Hogan. Edward Byram. Gustavus D. Harper, Jere- 
miah F. Dinan. Edward M. Egan, Thomas L. Ryan, 
Charles J. Cody, .\rnop Balnl)ridge, Edward J. Wren, 
Koscoe J. Whltaker. Edward L. Gibson. Charles 
Crockett. Thomas Dillon. Thomas B. Gibson and 
Abraham Anthony. 

Sergeaxts — Charles Cullum. Stephen Bunner, 
Jesse B. Cook, Henry P. Gleeson. Frederick T. 
Brown. Michael J. Conboy, Hans H. Christiansen, 
John C. Avers. Clarence Coogan. Thomas D. Duke. 
Owen Gorman. H. J. Wright. John T. Fitzhenry. 
J. M. Lewis. J. J. Burnett, Charles P. Bush. Thomas 
Mahonev. Henry H. Colby, Richard Bidwill. James 
H Helms. John Duncan. Patrick Shea. Patrick J. 
Tobin. John W. Moffitt. Charles H. McDonald, Wil- 
liam F. Brophy. Griffith B. Griffiths. Bernard Mc- 
Manus, Albert A. Perrin, John T. Green. James T. 
Donovan, Christopher F. Blank, James H. Ander- 
son, Reuben A. Wolf and Shadrick Campbell. 

Corporals— Patrick S. Hagarty, Thomas H. Bow- 
len, John Burke. John Parrotte. Robert L. Cockrill, 
John S. Adams. Henry Cills, Harry C. Reynolds, 
George W. Russell, Wm, H. Williams. John H. 
Lackmann and Michael Shauahan. 

POLICE STATIONS. 

Central Hall of Justice 

California Street J536 California 

Golden Gate Park 50« Stanyan 

Harbor 32 Sacramento 

Mission Cor. Seventeenth and Harrison 

North End 1T12 Washington 

Ocean View Plymouth Av nr Sagamore 

O'Farrell Street 2117 O'Farrell 

Potrero 609 Twentieth 

Southern City Hall 

South San Francisco 

E S Railroad Av bet 14th and 15th Avs South 

Sub-Central City Hall 

Boarding Station Foot of Powell 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners— R'lUa V. Watt, President; Johi 
H. Gradv, James C. McKinstry. M. H. Hecht. 
Secretary— John W. McCarthy. 
Chief Exgixeer— Dennis T. Sullivan. 
First Assistant Chief— John Dougherty. 
Second Assistant Chief- P. H. Shaughnessy. 
Battalion Chiefs— Michael J. Dnlan. John Wills 



Thomas M. Fernandez, John .J. Conlon, John Mc- 
Cluskey, Edward F. McKittrick, William D. Waters. 

Corporation Yard— John W. Reilly, Superin- 
tendent Engines; John Kenney, Assistant Superin- 
tendent Engines; P. H. Fleming, Clerk; W. F. Egan, 
Veterinary Surgeon. 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph— (Depart- 
ment of Electricity) William R. Hewitt, Superin- 
tendent. 

Engine Co. No. 1 — J19 Pacific. 

Engine Co. No. 2—410 Bush. 

Engine Co. No. 3 — 131? California. 

Engine Co. No. 4 — 144 Second. 

Engine Co. No. 5—1219 Stockton. 

Engine Co. No. 6—311 Sixth. 

Engine Co. No. 7—3160 Sixteenth. 

Engine Co. No. 8 — 1*>48 Pacific avenue. 

Engine Co. No. 9—320 Main. 

Engine Co. No. 10 — 516 Bryant. 

Engine Co. No. 11—1632 Fifteenth avenue South. 

Engine Co. No. 12—101 Commercial. 

Engine Co. No. 13 — 1458 Valencia. 

Engine Co. No. 14—1017 McAllister. 

Engine Co. No. 15 — 2114 California. 

Engine Co. No. 16—1009 Tennessee. 

Engine Co. No. 17 — 34 Mint avenue. 

Engine Co. No. 18—317 Duncan. 

Engine Co. No. 19—1749 Market. 

Engine Co. No. 20—2117 Filbert. 

Engine Co. No. 21—1152 Oak. 

Engine Co. No. 22—1819 Post. 

Engine Co. No. 23—3022 Washington. 

Engine Co. No. 24 — 449 Douglass. 

Engine Co. No. 25—2547 Folsom. 

Engine Co. No. 26 — 327 Second avenue. 

Engine Co. No. 27 — 621 Hermann. 

Engine Co. No. 28—301 Francisco. 

Engine Co. No. 29—1305 Brvant. 

Engine Co. No. .30—1737 Waller. 

Engine Co. No. 31—1214 Pacific. 

Engine Co. No. 32— Holly Park and West avenuea. 

Engine Co. No. 33—117 Broad. 

Engine Co. No. 34—1119 Ellis. 

Engine Co. No. 35 — 38 Bluxome. 

Engine Co. No. 36 — Cliff avenue nr 47th avenue. 

Truck Co. No. 1—22 O'Farrell. 

Truck Co. No. 2—627 Broadway. 

Truck Co. No. 3—1749 Market. 

Truck Co. No. 4—1648 Pacific avenue. 

Truck Co. No. ,5—1819 Post. 

Truck Co. No. 6—1152 Oak. 

Truck Co. No. 7—2547 Folsom. 

Truck Co. No. 8—36 Bluxome. 

Water Towek Co. No. 1— 108 New Montgomery. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 1—144 Second. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 2—1348 10th avenue. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 3 — 112 Jackson. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 4 — 451 McAllister. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 5 — 627 Broadway. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 6—311 Sixth. Jamea 
Conniff, Captain. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 7—3050 Seventeenth. 

Monitor Battery No. 1—516 Bryant. 

Monitor Battery No. 2—22 O'Farrell. 



NOTICE TO KEYHOLDERS. 

Keys to be used only in case of actual necessity. 

If this recjuest is not complied with, the Key will 
be taken from the holder. 

Upon the discovery or positive information of a fire 
near your Signal Box, pull down the hook once and 
let go; then wait a few moments, and if you hear no 
alarm from the large Bells or Whistles, pull down 
again; if you still hear no alarm, go to the next 
nearest box and give the alarm from that. If no 
light shows up. wait at the box and direct the fire- 
men to fire. Never signal for a fire seen at a dis- 
tance. Be sure your box is locked before leaving it. 

Do not give an Alarm for a Bnrnins 
Chimney. Give an alarm forno cause whatever, 
except an actual fire. Second, Third and General 
Alarms will be turned in only by order of the Chief 
Engineer or his Assistants. 

FIRE ALARM BOXES. 

8 — Montgomery Avenue and TTnion. 

9 — Montgomery Avenue and Vallejo. 
13— Davis and Sacramento. 
14— Clay and Drumm, 
15— Ferry Depot. 
16— Pacific and Mason. 
17— Pacific and Kearny. 
IS— Jackson and Sansome. 



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1»- Davis and Washington. 


154— Bryant and Sixth. 




21— Clay and Kearny. 


1.55— Third and Folsom. 




23— Clay and Taylor. 


15B— Fourth and Berry. 




24 — Clay and Powell. 


157— Folsom and Fourth. 




25— Dupont and Washington. 


158— Folsom and Fifth. 




26— Clay and Battery. 


159— Folsom and Sixth. 




27— Montgomery and Washington. 


162— Pacific Avenue and Franklin. 




28— Pine and Dupont. 


163— California and Franklin. 




29— California and Stockton. 


164— Clay and Polk. 




31— Sacramento and Sansome. 


165 — Lomtiard and Van Ness Avenue. 




32 — Drumm and California. 


166 — Washington and Gough. 




34 — Mission and Steuart. 


167— Polk and Union. 




35 — Pine and Montgomery. 


172— McAllister and Buchanan. 




36 — Folsom and Steuart. 


173 — Eddy and Buchanan. 




37— Battery and Bush. 


174— Turk and Fillmore. 




38— Market and Second. 


175 — W^ebster and Grove. 




39— Howard and Spear. 


176— Post and Octavia. 




41— Sutter and Jones. 


178— Buchanan and Geary. 




42— Geary and Mason . 


179 — O'Farrell and Gough. 




43— O'Farrell and Market. 


182— Townsend and Sixth. 




45 — O'Farrell and .Jones. 


183— Mission and Eighth. 




46 — Kearny and Sutter. 


184— Folsom and Rausch. 




47— Market and Powell. 


185— Harrison and Tenth. 




48 — Market and Kearny. 


186— Fifth and Bryant. 




49 — Stockton and Sutter. 


187— Bryant and Eighth. 




51— Folsom and Beale. 


188 — Brannan and Ninth. 




52— Howard and Fremont. 


189— Hooper and Sixth. 




53— King and Third. 


192— Montomery Ave. and Taylor. 




54 — Second near Howard. 


193 — Lombard and Leavenworth. 




56— Bryant and Rincon Place. 


194 — Stockton and Chestnut. 




57— Brannan and Second. 


195 — Montgomery Ave. and Greenwich. 




58— Folsom and First. 


196 — Stockton and Greenwich. 




59 — Brannan and First. 


197— Bay and Powell. 




61— Howard and Third. 


198— Filbert and Dupont. 




62— Mission and Fourth. 


213 — Bush and Buchanan. 




63— Harrison and Fourth. 


214— Sutter and Pierce. 




64— Howard and Fifth. 


215— Washington and Webster. 




65— Mission and Sixth. 


216 — Sacramento and Fillmore. 




67— Harrison and Hawthorne. 


217— Pine and Devisadero. 




68— Brannan and Fourth. 


218— Bush and Fillmore. 




69— Bryant and Third. 


219— Filbert and Fillmore. 




71— Mission and Eleventh. 


231— Howard and Twenty-fourth. 




72— Mission and Thirteenth. 


•i3:J— Folsom and Twenty-fifth. 




73 — Howard and Seventh. 


234— Harrison and Twenty-fourth. 




74— Sixteenth and Guerrero. 


235— Potrero Avenue and Twenty-second. 




75— Jones and McAllister. 


2.36— Mission and Twenty-sixth. 




76 — Market and Hayes. 


2:37— Dolores and Twenty-second. 




78— Howard and Ninth. 


238— Potrero Avenue and Sixteenth. 




79— Folsum and Twelfth. 


239— Bryant and Nineteenth. 




81— Franklin and Hayes. 


241— Bush and Gough. 




82— Fulton and Gough. 


243— Scott and Clay. 




88— Octavia and Oak. 


244— O'Farrell and Broderlck. 




84— Market opposite Halght. 


245— Steiner and Geary. 




85— Laguna and Hayes. 


!U6 — Post and Devisadero. 




86— Market and Van Ness Avenue. 


247— Turk and Scott. 




87— Hayes and Steiner. 


248— Fulton and Devisadero. 




91— Larkln and Turk. 


249— McAllister and Central Avenue. 




92— Franklin and Turk. 


251— Broadway and Octavia. 




93— Turk and Jones. 


2.53— Union and Laguna. 




94— Polk and Ellis. 


254— Pierce and Union. 




95 — Taylor and Golden Gate Avenue- 


25.5— Vallejo and Buchanan. 




96— Eddy and Tavlor. 


256— Fillmore and Pacific. 




97— Polk and McAllister. 


257— Fillmore and Chestnut. 




98— Stockton and Ellis. 


2.58— Pacific and Pierce. 




112— Post and Grant Av. 


259— Bay and Buchanan. 




113— Geary snd Stockton. 


261— Mission and First. 




114— Turk and Mason. 


263— Main and Bryant. 




115— Ellis and Mason. 


264 — California and Front. 




116— Powell and O'Farrell. 


265 — Main and Mission. 




117— Post and Taylor. 


266 — Mission and New Montgomery. 




122 — Larkin and Greenwich. 


267 — Market and Beale. 




123-Hyde and Union. 


271— Church and Seventeenth. 




124— North Point and Larkln. 


272— Sanchez and Sixteenth. 




12.'5-Jones and Filbert. 


273— Noe and Eighteenth. 




136— Hyde and Washington. 


274— Guerrero and Twenty-fourth. 




127— Broadway and Polk. 


275— Church and Twenty-fourth. 




128 — Clay and Leavenworth. 


276- Valencia and Eighteenth. 




129 — Pacific and Leavenworth. 


277— Castro and Twentieth. 




131— Sacramento and Jones. 


278 — Castro and Twenty-fourth. 




132— Pine and Mason. 


279— Mission and Nineteenth. 




133— Bush and Powell. 


281- San Bruno Avenue and Army. 




134— Bush and Hyde. 


2*^3— Church and Twenty-eighth. 




135— Bush and Polk. 


284- Mission and Twenty-ninth. 




136 — Post and Van Ness Avenue. 


285— Florida and Twenty-fifth. 




137— Post and Larkin. 


2S6— York and Twenty-fourth. 




138— California and Larkln. 


287— Sanchez and Twenty-ninth. 




139— Ellis and Hyde. 


288— California and Powell Aves. 




142— Valencia and Twentieth. 


289— Folsom and Preclta Avenue. 




143— Mission and Twenty-second. 


291— Jones and Vallejo. 




144 — Howard and Seventeenth. 


293— Jackson and Stockton. 




145 — Folsom and Twenty-second. 


294— Sacramento and Dupont. 




146— Folsom and Sixteenth. 


29.5— Powell and Broadway. 




147— Howard and Twentieth. 


296— California and Kearny. 




148— Mission and Sixteenth. 


297— Green and Mason. 




149— Folsom and Eighteenth. 


312— Jackson and Laguna. 




152— Brannan and Seventh. 


314— California and Laguna. 




153 — Harrison and Seventh. 


315 — Jackson and Baker. 






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317 — Clav and Buchanan. 

321— Pierce and California. 

324— Sacramento and Broderlck. 

325 — California and Central Avenue. 

326— Sutter and Baker. 

327 — Point Lobos Avenue and Parker Avenue. 

328— Point Lobos Avenue and Wood. 

341— Ellis and Pierce. 

342— Golden Gate Avenue and Octavia. 

34.3— Fulton and Fillmore. 

344— McAllister and Pierce. 

345 — Hayes and Central Avenue. 

346— Broderlck and Golden Gate Ave. 

351 — Montgomery and Broadway. 

352— Bay and Kearny. 

354 — Front and Broadway. 

355— Battery and Union. 

356 — Sansome and Greenwich. 

357 — Kearny and Green. 

358— Pacific and Drumm. 

3.59 — Sansome and Chestnut. 

361— Thirteenth and Guerrero. 

362— Noe and Fifteenth. 

364— Howard and Fourteenth. 

365— Fourteenth and Harrison. 

366- Nineteenth and Diamond. 

367— Douglass and Seventeenth. 

368— Market and Church. 

369— Eighteenth and Danvers. 

371 — Sutter and Mason. 

372— Geary and Leavenworth. 

374 — Pine and Jones. 

381 — Halght and Buchanan. 

382— Fillmore and Waller. 

384— Webster and Oak. 

385— Halght and Scott. 

386 — Oak and Devisadero. 

387— Hayes and Broderlck. 

388— Halght and Baker. 

389— South Broderlck and Thirteenth. 

391 — Ashbury and Frederick. 

392 — Page and Central Avenue. 

894— Page and Cole. 

395— Halght and Stanyan. 

396— Stanyan and Parnassus Avenue. 

412— Point Lobos and First Avenues. 

413 — Clement and Seventh Avenue. 

415 — Clement and Twelfth Avenue. 

416 — Fulton and Stanyan. 

417— Fulton and Eighth Avenue. 

418— Point Lobos and Fifth .Vvenues. 

419— California and Fourth Avenue. 

425 — Baker and Lombard. 

426— Baker and Jefferson. 

431— Cherry and Sacramento. 

432— Washington and Walnut. 

435 — Jackson and Maple. 

451— Mission and Highland Avenue. 

4,52 — North and Cortland Avenues. 

453— Sanchez and Twenty-sixth. 

454 — Mission and Bosworth. 

455 — Twenty-fourth and Douglass. 

456— Noe and Twenty-second. 

457— Church and Twentieth. 

458— Guerrero and Army. 

459— Randall and Chenery. 

461 — Bryant and Twenty-first. 

462— Twenty-third and Vermont. 

463 — Alabama and Montcalm. 

471— Parnassus and Second Avenue.s. 

475 — Eighth Avenue and I. 

479 — Alms House. 

485— Point Lobos and Twenty-second Avenues. 

488— Cliff and Forty-eighth Avenues. 

511 — Kansas and Alameda. 

512— Kentucky and Fourth. 

513— Kentucky and Eighteenth. 

514— Twentieth and Michigan 

516— Georgia and Twenty-second. 

517— Kentucky and Twenty-second. 

518— Twentieth and Connecticut. 

519 — Eighteenth and Mississippi. 

521— Seventeenth and Carolina. 

522— Vermont and Nineteenth. 

523— Iowa and Twenty-fifth. 

531— Kentucky and First Avenue South. 

532— Sixth Avenue South and M. 

534— Sixth Avenue South and Q. 

536— Railroad Avenue and Tenth Avenue South 

537— Fifteenth Avenue South and Q. 

538— Twelfth Avenue South and P. 

539— Railroad Avenue and Eighteenth Avenue 

South. 
541— San Bruno Avenue and Fifteenth Avenue 

South. 
542— Cortland and Nevada Avenues. 



544— Crescent and Andover Avenues, 
546 — San Bruno and Silver Avenues. 
561— Mission and Silver Avenue. 
563 — Mission and Onondaga Avenue. 
566— Mission and Sickles Avenue. 
571— Chenery and Castro. 
572 — Circular Avenue and Arcadia. 
574 — San Jose and Ocean Avenues. 
577— Ocean and Faxton Avenues. 
578— Plymouth Avenue and Sagamore. 

FIRE PATROL. 

Established May, 1875. John F. O. Comstock Super- 
intendent. Office: 106-108 Jessie. 

Station No. 1 — 106-108 Jessie. Frank James, 
Lieutenant. 

Station No. 2—65 City Hall Avenue. Christopher 
Lee, Lieutenant. 

FIRE UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION OF THE 

PACIFIC. 

Meets at the call of the President at their rooms, 
303 California. The object is the mutual Improve- 
ment of methods and practices In underwriting. 
Frank J. Devlin. President; George W. Dornln, 
Vice-President; Calvert Meade. Secretary and Trea- 
surer: Executive Committee, Edward Niles, W. H. 
Lowden, R. W. Osborn; Library Committee, Herbert 
Folger, F. B Kellam, F. G. Argall. 



ART SOCIETIES. 

Art Association, The San Francisco (Mark 
Hopkins Institute of Art).— Corner of California and 
Mason streets. Organized March, 1872. Objects— 
The promotion and encouragement of painting, sculp- 
ture and the allied fine arts In the community, and 
the maintenance of a school In connection therewith. 
Incorporated July, 1889. Affiliated with the Uni- 
versity of California February, 1893, and at ihe same 
time entered into possession of the property it now 
occupies under the terms of an agreement whereby 
the owner, Mr. Edward F. Searles, deeded the build- 
ings and grounds to the Regents of the University 
for the exclusive uses and purposes of Instruction 
and illustration of the fine arts, music and literature, 
or any of them, including the maintenance of gal- 
leries and reading rooms, and other suitable means 
of such Instruction and Illustration, under the title 
of The Mark Hopkins Institute of Art. A collection 
of pictures and other works of art are on permanent 
exhibition, while special exhibitions are held at fre- 
fiuent Intervals. Admission on week days between 
9 a. m. and 5 p. M., a fee of twenty-five cents being 
charged all except members. Special free day, on 
which the public is admitted without charge, first 
Friday in each month. President, Joseph D. Grant; 
First Vice President, James W. Byrne; Second Vice- 
President, L. P. Latimer; Secretary, Edward Bosqu); 
Treasurer, Willis E. Davis; Directors, W. B. Bourne, 
Henry Heyman, James D. Phelan, Horace G. Piatt, 
Irving M. Scott and W. G. Stafford; Curator of the 
Institute, Robert H. Fletcher; Assistant Secretary, 
John Ross Martin. 

The California School of Design, maintained 
by the Association, teaches drawing, painting and 
modeling In all their branches. 



BANKS. 



SAN FRANCISCO CLEARING HOUSE. 
Thomas Brown, President; H. Wadsworth, Vice- 
President; Gustav Frlederlch, Secretary; Charles 
Sleeper, Manager; J. T. Burke, Assistant Manager; 
211 Sansome. 

CLEARING HOUSE COMMITTEE. 

Thomas Brown, Cashier Bank of California; Ign. 
Steinhart, Manager Anglo-Californlan Bank, Ltd.; 
S. G. Murphy, President First National Bank of San 
Francisco; H. M. J. McMichael, Agent Bank of Brit- 
ish North America; W. H. Crocker, President 
Crocker- Woolworth National Bank of San Francisco; 
H. M. J. McMichael, Secretary Clearing House Com- 
mittee. 

American Bank and Trust Company of Sam 
Francisco. Incorporated December 7, 1887; Mills 
building, corner Montgomery and Bush streets; Ed- 
win Fretwell, President; James J. Fagan. Cashier. 
Capital stock, 8.500,000; amount subscribed, $426,800; 



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amount paid In coin, $426,800; total number of shares 
of stock Issued, 4,268; amount paid on each share of 

, gtock, *100. Directors— Edwin Fretwell, W. A. Mar- 

I shall, David Kerr, .James H. Garrett, O. D. Baldwin, 

; Robert H. Swain, William Rennle. 

i Anglo-Califoknian Bank, Limited (San Fran- 
cisco branch). Incorporated April 5, 1873; northeast 

■ corner Sansome and Pine streets; I. Stelnhart and P. 
N. Llllenthal, Managers. Capital stock authorized, 
£1,200,000; amount subscribed, £600,000; amount paid 

, In coin, £300,300; total number of shares of stock 
Issued, 29,970, £10 ordinary; 600 £1 deferred shares; 
amount paid on each share of stock, £10 for ordinary, 

; £1 for deferred. Directors — Isaac Sellgman, C. H. 

\ Lushlngton, J. S. Montefiore, Hon. H. H. Fowler and 

i I. Simon. 

j Bank op British Columbia (San Francisco 
Branch). Incorporated by royal charter, 1862; south- 

I east corner Bush and Sansome streets; W. Powell, 

I Manager; Capital, $3,000,000; reserve, $500,000. 

I Bank of British North America. Incorporated 

■ by royal charter, 1840; 120 Sansome street; H. M. 
• 3. McMlchael, agent; .1. R. Ambrose, agent. Capital 
' stock, $4,866,500 ; amount subscribed, $4,866,,500 ; 
. amount paid In coin, $4,866,500; reserve. $1,.581,612; 
; total number of shares of stock Issued, 20.000; the 

amount paid on each share of stock. $243.33. Directors 
—J. H. Brodle, J. J. Cater, G. Farrer, H. R. Farrer, 
R. H. Glyn. E. A. Hoare. H. J. B. Kendall, John 
Paton, F. Lubbock, G. D. Whatman. 
Bank of California. See The Bank of Call- 
. fornla. 

Bank of Commerce. Incorporated May 24, 1895; 

southeast corner Market and Fourth (Flood bulld- 

' Ing); William C. Murdoch, President; C.S.Benedict, 

: Vice-President; II. B. Murdoch, Cashier; Capital 

; stock, $250,000. Directors— C. S. Benedict, Wm. C. 

; Murdoch, R. B. Murdoch, H. A. Hornleln. 

: California Safe Deposit and Trust Com- 

i PANT. Organized April 24, 1882; corner California 

: and Montgomery streets; .J. D. Fry, President; J. 

Dalzell Brown, Manager; E. E. Shotwell, Secretary. 

Capital stock, $l,0OO,0O0; amount subscribed. $1,000,000; 

amount paid In coin, $1,000,000; total number of 

shares of stock Issued, 10,000; amount paid on each 

. share of stock. $100. Directors- J. D. Fry, R. D. Fry, 

A. D. Sharon, .James Treadwell, Walter. I. Bartnett, 

F. A. Wlckersham, H. A. Hedger, Henry F. Fort- 

inann, J. Dalzell Brown. 

California Savings and Loan Society (In 
liquidation), David Farquharson, President; Charles 
D. Farquharson, Secretary, 28 Mills building, 2d floor. 

Columbian Banking Company. Incorporated 
March 10, 1893; Claus Spreckels Building, corner 
of Market and Third streets; I. J. Truman, 
President ; .J. C. Currier, Cashier. Capital stock, 
$1,000,000; amount subscribed, $250,000; amount 
paid In coin, $75,100; total number of shares of stock 
issued, 2,500; amount paid on each share of stock, $30 
on 2,495 shares, and $50 on five shares. Directors — 
I. .1. Truman, W. S. Miller, C. O. Perry, J. C. Currier, 
John Coop, R. H. Warfleld, F. L. Turpln. 

Columbus Savings and Loan Society. Incorpo- 
rated January 18, 1893; 614 Washington street; J. F. 
Fugazl. President; E. C. Palmlerl, Vice-President; 
F. N. Belgrano, Cashier. Directors— J. F. Fugazl, 
Joseph Cuneo, Glacomo Costa, I. W. Hellman, E. 
C. Palmlerl, George G. CagUerl, F. Arata, G. Bacl- 
galupl, Antonio Chlchlzola. 

Comptoir National d'Escompte de Paris. 
Capital, $20,000,000; Reserves, $1,754,000. Chairman, 
Mr. Denormandle, late governor of the Bank of 
France; General Manager, Mr. Alexis Rostand; head 
; office, 14 rue Bergere, Paris; principal branch office 
(Letter of Credit Department), 2 Place de I'Opera, 
Paris; San Francisco agency, 122 Sansome street. M. 
Sllberstein, Manager. 

Crocker-Woolworth National Bank of San 
Francisco. Organized August 31, 1886 ; junction 
Montgomery, Post and Market streets; William H. 
, Crocker, President; G. W. Kline, Cashier; W. Gregg, 
Jr., Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, $1,000,000, paid 
in coin; surplus fund, $800,000. Directors- William 

■ H. Crocker. W. E. Brown, C. E. Green, E. B. Pond. G. 
, W. Kline, G. W. Scott, Henry J. Crocker. 

I Donohob-Kelly Banking Company. Incorpo- 
' rated March 1, 1891 ; northeast cor. Montgomery and 
Sutter streets; Adam Grant, President; J. A. Dono- 
hoe, Vice-President ; Edward Donohoe, Assistant 
, Cashier and Secretary. Capital stock, $650,000; 
! amount subscribed, $650,000; amount paid In coin, 
! t650,0(K); total number of shares of stock Issued, 



6,500; amount paid on each share of stock, $100. 
Directors — Adam Grant, J. A. Donohoe, Eugene 
Kelly, N. P. Cole. Irving M. Scott, John Bermlng- 
ham, George Whlttell, R. H. Pease, Edward Dono- 
hoe, C. de Guigne. 

First National Bank of San Francisco. 
Organized October, 1870; corner Bush and Sansome 
streets; S. G. Murphy, President; James K. Lynch, 
Cashier. Capital stock, $1,500,000; surplus and un- 
divided profits, $1,100,000. Directors— S. G. Murphy, 
James Moffltt, George A. Low, George C. Perkins, 
James D. Phelan, Thomas Jennings, J. W. Van Ber- 
gen, J. Downey Harvey, John A. Hooper. 

French Savings Bank. (La SocI6te Franijalse 
d'Epargnes et de Prevoyance Mutuelle). Re- 
incorporated March 10, 1879; 534 California street; 
E. J. LeBreton, President; Howard Park, Secretary. 
Capital stock, $300,000; amount subscribed, $300,000; 
amount paid In coin, $300,000; reserve and surplus, 
$228,786; total number of shares of stock Issued, 
6,000; amount paid on each share of stock, $50. 
Directors— E. J. LeBreton, M. A. de Laveaga, A. 
Schneider, Paul Fleury, J. C. Sala. 

German Savings and Loan Society. Incorpo- 
rated February 10, 1868; 526 California street; B. A. 
Becker, President; A. H. R. Schmidt, Cashier; 
William Herrmann, Assistant Cashier ; George 
Tourny, Secretary; A. H. MuUer, Assistant Secre- 
tary; Capital stock, $1,200,000; amount subscribed, 
$1,200,000; amount paid in coin, $1,000,000; total 
number of shares of stock Issued, 1.200; amount paid 
on each share of stock, $833.33. Directors- B. A. 
Becker, H. Horstmann, Ign. Stelnhart, Daniel Meyer, 
John Lloyd, Emll Rohte, H. B. Russ, N. Ohlandt. 

Germania Trust Co., 42 Montgomery. Author- 
ized Capital, $1,000,000: paid up capital and reserve, 
$385,000; Ofllcers— Ernst A. Denlcke, President; F. 
Kronenberg, Vice-President; H. Brunner, Cashier. 
Board of Directors— Ernst A. Denlcke, F. Kronen- 
berg, J. C. Rued, F. C. Slebe, Albert G. Wieland, 
John Rapp, H. Brunner. 

Grangers' Bank of California (In liquidation). 
Safe Deposit Bldg., room 301; H. M.LaRue, Presi- 
dent; J. R. LaRue, Cashier. 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society The. In- 
corporated April 12, 1859; reincorporated August .30, 
1864; corner Market, McAllister and Jones streets; 
James R. Kelly, President; Robert J. Tobln, Secre- 
tary. Directors— Robert J. Tobln, James R. Kelly, 
Alfred Tobln, Charles Mayo. Richard M. Tobln, 
Joseph S. Tobln, Patrick Crowley, Edward J. Tobln. 

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpora- 
tion. (Agency.) Capital paid up, $10,000,000; reserve 
funds, $10,000,000; reserve liability of shareholders, 
$11,750,000. San Francisco Agency, 401 Montgomery 
street. W. H. Harries, Agent. 

Humboldt Sayings and Loan Society. Incor- 
porated November 24, 1869; 18 Geary street; Adolph 
C. Weber, President; Ernest Brand, Secretary. Capi- 
tal stock, $300,000; amount subscribed, $.300,000; 
amount paid in coin, $300,000; total number of shares 
of stock Issued, ,300; amount paid on each share of 
stock, $1,000. Directors- Adolph C. Weber, W. J. 
Lowry, W. S. Keyes, I. Kobn, George H. Luchslnger. 

Italian- American Bank. Incorporated March 16, 
1899; 518 Montgomery Street; A. Sbarboro, President; 
Henry J. Crocker, Vice-President; A. E. Sbarboro, 
Cashier. Capital subscribed, $500,000; capital paid up, 
$250,000. Directors — A. Sbarboro, Henry J. Crocker, 
P. C. Rossi. Dr. P. DeVecchl, A. Merle, P. Barblerl, 
M. J. Fontana, Thos. J. Welsh, Chas. H. Malm. 

London and San Francisco Bank (Limited) 
Established 1865; reincorporated September 1.3. 1880; 
424 California street; William Mackintosh, Manager; 
Gustav Frlederlch, General Inspector of Branches. 
Capital stock of the bank of which this Is a branch, 
£700,000; amount subscribed. £490,000; amount paid 
In coin. £490,000; total number of shares of stock 
Issued, 70,000; amount paid on each share of stock, 
£7. Directors — Henry Goschen, Charles Hemery, 
Charles E. Bretherton. Christian de Gulgae, John 
L. Howard, Bendlx Koppel, Robert Ryrie, Arthur 
Scrivener, Norman Dunning Rldeout. 

London, Paris, and American Bank (Limited) 
Incorporated January 9, 1884; northeast corner San- 
some and Sutter streets; Slg. Greenebaum and 
C. Altschul, Managers; I!. Altschul, Cashier. Capital 
stock, $2,500,000 ; amount subscribed, $2.500,000 ; 
amount paid in coin, $2,000,000; reserve, $925,000; total 
number of shares of stock Issued, 25,000; amount 
paid on each share of stock, $80. Directors — W. 
Paterson, Alexandre Weill, D. Cahn, Max Rosen- 
haln, John H. Gwyther. 



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Mercantile Trust Company of San Francisco. 
Organized, 1S99; 236 Bush street, Mills Building. 
Frederick W. Zelle. President; N. D. Rideout, Vice- 
President; John Dempster McKee, Cashier and 
Secretary. Capital stock, Sl.OOO.OOO. Directors— F. 
W. Zeile, Glaus Spreckels. James D. Phelan, N. D. 
Rideout. D. O. Mills, E. W Hopkins, Wm. G. Irwin, 
M H. Hecht, Warren D. Clark, AVm. Babcock and 
George Crocker. 

Mutual Savings Bank of San Francisco. In- 
corporated November 21, 1889; 33 Post street; James 

D. Phelan, President; Geo. A. Story, Cashier; C. B. 
Hobson, Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, SI. 000, 
000; amount subscribed, 81,000,000; amount paid in 
coin, 8300,000 ; total number of shares of stock Is- 
sued, 10,000; amount paid on each share of stock, 
$30. Directors— James D. Phelan, James Moffitt, 
John A. Hooper, James M. McDonald, S. G. Murphy, 
F. J. Sullivan, Charles S. Neal. Robert McElroy, 
Jos. D. Grant. 

Nevada National Bank of Sax Francisco. 
Incorporated October, 1875; northwest corner Mont- 
gomery and Pine streets; I. W. Hellman, President; J. 
F. Blgelow, Vice-President; I.W. Hellman. Jr.. Second 
Vice-President; Geo. Grant, Cashier; W McGaviu, 
Assistant Cashier ' Capital stock, $3,000,000; amount 
subscribed, $3,000,000; amount paid In coin, 
$3,000,000; total number of shares of stock issued, 30,- 
000 ; amount paid on each share of stock, $100. Direct 
ors— H. F. Allen, J. F. Blgelow, H. L. Dodge, J. L. 
Flood, Lewis Gerstle, C. de Guigne, I. W. Hellman. 
J. W. Mackay, Levi Strauss, Robert Watt, 1. W. 
Hellman Jr. 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank Hn liquidation'). In- 
corporated October 13, 1866; 240 Montgomery street. 
A. W. Scott, President; James Benson, Secretary 
and Cashier. Directors— Arthur Bailly, H. J. Tilden, 
Daniel Hicks, Charles Montgomery, A. W. Scott, 
Louis Zeh. 

Pacific Bank (in liquidation). 214 Pine; H. G. 
Meyer, President; Simon Meyer, Secretary. Direct- 
ors- P. R. Mabury, Uriah Wood, H. G. Meyer, J. L. 
Cogswell, C. F. Lott, E. D. Sawyer, Simon Meyer. 

People's Home Savings Bank (in liquidation). 
Claus Spreckels Bldg., 11th floor; George F. David 
son; President, I. J. Truman. Vice-President; W. 

E. Palmer, Secretary and Manager. 

San Francisco National Bank. Organized De- 
cember 1, 1897: southeast corner Pine and Sansome 
streets; James K. AVilson, President; William Pierce 
Johnson, Vice-President; L. I. Cowgill, Cashier; 

F. W. Wolfe, Asst. Cashier. Capital, paid in coin, 
$500,000; Directors— William P. Johnson, C. S. Bene- 
dict, George A. Pope, James K. Wilson, H. E. Hunt- 
ington. 

San Francisco Savings Union. Incorporated 
June 18, 1862; 532 California street; E. B. Pond, 
President; W. C. B. de Fremerv. Vice-President; 
Lovell White, Cashier; R. M. Welch. Asst. Cashier. 
Capital stock. $1,000,000, paid up; Directors— George 
W. Beaver, George C. Boardmau, Robert Watt, W. 
C. B. de Fremery, Daniel E. Martin, Thomas Magee, 
Jacob Barth, E. B. Pond. 

Savings and Loan Society. Incorporated July 
23, 1857; 101 Montgomery street; Samuel C. Blge- 
low, President; Arthur A. Smith. Vice-President; 
Cyrus W. Carmany, Cashier and Seiretary; R. Bon- 
nell, Asst. Cashier. Capital stock, $1,000,000; 
amount subscribed, 81,000,000; amount paid in coin, 
$750,000; total number of shares of stock Issued, 
lO.IXiO; amount paid on each share of stock. $75. Di- 
rectors — S. C. Blgelow, Isaac Hyde, Horace Davis, 
Arthur A. Smith, A. N. Drown, Charles R. Bishop, 
Geo. E. Goodman, E. C. Burr, W. E. Davis. 

Security Savings Bank. Incorporated March 
2, 1871; 222 Montgomery street; Wintield S.Jones, 
President; William Babcock, Vice- President; S. L. 
Abbot, Jr., Secretary. Capital stock. $300,000; 
amount subscribed, $300,000: amount paid In coin, 
$300,000; total number of shares of stock Issued, 
1,200; amount paid on each share of stock, $250. 
Directors— William Alvord, William Babcock, Adam 
Grant, Wlnfleld S. Jones. R. H. Pease, E. J. Mc- 
Cutchen, S. L. Abbot, Jr., H. H. Hewlett, O. D. 
Baldwin. 

Swiss-American Bank. Incorporated ISflfi; 524 
Montgomery street; Brunner, Martin <.t Tognazzlnl, 
Agents; Arthur Baur, Cashier. Capital stock of the 
Bank of which this is a branch is $1 000.000; amount 
subscribed. $300,000; amount paid In coin, $300,000; 
amount paid on each share of stock. $100. Directors 
— E. MartlnonI, G. Leporl, C. Gchret, 1*. Tognazzlnl, 
S. Grandl. 



The Bank of California. Incorporated June, 
1864 ;northwest corner California and SansomestreeU; 
William Alvord, President; Thomas Brown, Cashier. 
Capital stock, $3,000,000; amount subscribed, $3,000,- 
000; amount paid In coin, $3,000,000; total number of 
shares of stock issued, 30,000; amount paid on each 
share of stock, $100. Directors— William Alvord, J. 
M. Allen, William Babcock, Antolne Borel, Charles 
R. Bishop, Adam Grant, H. H. Hewlett, Edward W. 
Hopkins, M Lewis, Jacob Stern, George Whlttell. 

Union Trust Company of San Francisco. In- 
corporated February 6, 1893; junction Montgomery, 
Post and Market streets; Isaias W. Hellman, Presi- 
dent; Chr. de Guigne, Vice-President; I. W. Hell- 
man, Jr., Secretary and Cashier; Charles J. Deerlng, 
Assistant Secretary and Cashier. Capital stock, 
$1,250,000; amount subscribed, $1,250,000; amount paid 
In coin, $750,000; total number of shares of stock 
issued, 1 ,2.50 ; amount paid on each share of stock, $600. 
Directors- Isaias W. Hellman, Chr. de Gulgn6, Lewis 
Gerstle, H. F. Allen, J. L. Flood, H. L. Dodge, George 
T. Marye, Jr., Robert Watt, John D. Spreckels, 
Timothy Hopkins, Antolne Borel. 

Wells Fargo & Company Bank. Estab- 
lished 1852; corner Market and Sansome streets; 
John J. Valentine, President; Homer S. King, 
Manager; H. Wadsworth, Cashier; F. L. Llpman, 
Assistant Cashier; H. L. Miller, Second Assistant 
Cashier. Stock, $8,000,000; amount subscribed, 
$8,000,000; amount paiddn coin, $.500,000; total number 
of shares of stock Issued, 80,000; surplus, $5,750,000. 
Directors- John Bermingham, Andrew Chrlstesoa, 
Oliver Eldrldge, Dudley Evans, Geo. E. Gray, Henry 
E. Huntington, Homer S. King, John J. McCook, 
John J. Valentine. 

Yokohama Specie Bank The (Ltd.). 515 Mont- 
gomery. Kanaye Tosawa, Agent. 



BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONS. 



Austrian Military and Benevolent Associa- 
tion. Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each 
month at 507 Sutter street. M Perlch, President; 
P. Saulovich, Recording Secretary. 

Cambrian Mutual Aid Society. Meets second 
Monday of each month at 909 Market street. 
Thomas Price, President; John Edwards, Secretary. 

Chebra Achim Rachmonim Association 
Meets first Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 
Eddy street. 

Chebra Benai Yisrael Society. Meets third 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Chebra Biker Cholim Society. Meets first 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Chebra B'rith Shalom Society. Meets first 
Sunday of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. M. 
Moses, President; S. Meyer, Secretary. 

Chebra Ohavai Sholem Society. Meets second 
Sunday In each month at 121 Eddy street. Joe Mor- 
ris. President; Julius Israelsky, Secretary, 878 Mc- 
Allister street. 

Chebra Ohaboth Zton Society. Meets third 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Chevka Gemilus Chasodim Free Loan Society. 
Meets third Sunday of each month at 121 Eddy 
street. M. J. Cohn, President; D. Lande, Secretary. 

Chevra Shaare Refooah. Meets second and 
fourth Sundays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. M. Raphael, President; D. Lande, Secretary. 

Danish Society. Branch No. 2 meets every 
Thursday evening at 909 Market street. K. M. 
Boysen, President; M. P. Chrlstensen, Secretary 
311 Grant avenue. 

Exempt Fire Company. Meetings held on the 
third Monday of each month, 15 Brenhara place. 
George T. Bohen, President; John J. Guilfoyle, 
Secretary. 

Exempt Relief Fund. James O'Donnell, Secre- 
tary, 15 Brenham place. 

First Hebrew Ladies Mutual Benefit Asso- 
ciation. Meets first Sunday of each month at 121 
Eddy street. Isaacs Adams, President; S. Meyer, 
Secretary, 224 Sl.\th street. 

Fishermen's Mutual Benevolent Society. 
Meets at S W cor. Stockton and LTnion streets on 
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Fbknch Mutual Benkvoleni- Society. Aleets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 316a 
Post street. R. Chartrey, President; A. Jacquemart, 
Secretary. 

Gambbutus Benevolent Society. Meets first 
Saturday of each month at 510 Bush street. Richard 
Kummerlander, President; John Pfankuch, Record- 
ing Secretary. 

GABrBALDi Mutual Aid Society. Meets second 
Thursday of each month at Garibaldi Hall. 423 Broad- 
way, r. Zeiro, President; G. Ertola, Secretary. 

Hak Harmokioh Lodge, No. 3, O. K. L. B. Meets 
second Sunday of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Hungarian Mutual Aid Society of the Pa- 
cific Coast. Meets first and third Monday evening 
of each month at 121 Eddy street. M. Schwartz, 
President; William Rosenberg, Secretary. 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
second Monday In each month at 808 Montgomery 
street. V. Ravanna, President; G. Malplede, Sec- 
retary, 1505 Stockton street. 

Italian Reali Cakabinieri Mutual Aid So- 
ciety. Meets first Monday of each month at 423 
Broadway. S.Cereghlno, President; Thomas Malno, 
Secretary. 

Journeymen Butchers' Protective and Be- 
nevolent Association of the Pacific Coast. 
Meets at 909 Market street every Thursday evening. 
John O'Keefe, President ; Ben Davis, Recording 
Secretary, 1(;27 Polk street. 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Association. F. 
W. Fahrenholtz, SecretHry. Meets first and third 
Tuesday evening at 414 Mason street. 

LiGUE d'Henri IV. Meets second and fourth 
Monday evenings of each month at 620 Bush street, 
P. Bellegarde, President; J. Arees, Recording Secre- 
tary. 

Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
last Sunday of each month, 1603 Polk street. Frank 
L. Noriega, President; Anton J. Coelho, Recording 
Secretary, 17 Moss street. 

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association, 
No. 35. Meets every Tuesday evening at 36 East 
street. Edward Murphy, President; William Warln, 
Corresponding Secretary; Frank Bragg, Business 
Manager. 

National Association Letter Carriers of 
Ahbkica. Golden Gate Branch, 214. James A. 
Murphy, President ; Conrad Trieber, Secretary. 
Meets first Saturday of each month in Judge Mogan's 
court room City Hall. 

National Association of Stationary Engi- 
kebrs. Meets every Tuesday evening at 20 Eddy 
street. J. L. Davis, President, A. H. Day, Secretary, 
residence 1713, 15th Av., South. 

NordDeutscher Verein. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays at 32 O'Farrell street. Henry 
Meyer, President; Christian Schroeder, Recording 
Secretary. 

Order op Scottish Clans. Clan Fraser, No. 78. 
Meets on the first and third Thursday evenings of 
each month at 32 O'Farrell street. G. G. Gillespie, 
Chief; William Cormack, Secretary. 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' Associa- 
tion. Meets the last Saturday of each month at 
the Grand Hotel. A. W. Well, President; A. C. 
Boldemann, Secretary, 313 Front street. 

Polish Society of California. Meets every 
tblrd Sunday at 620 Bush street Ant. Czarneckl, 
President; Ignatz Kolasa, Secretary; oflice and 
library, 3 Polk street. 

San Francisco Baecker Verein. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each month at Druid's Hall, 
413 Sutter street. GuNtave Wucherer, President; 
Fred Schramm, Recording Secretary, 772 Mission 
street. 

San Francisco Chapter of American Institute 
OT Architects. Phelan Building; Seth Babson, 
President; Merrltt J. Reld, Secretary, 408 California 
street. 

San Francisco Fire Department Mutual Aid 
Bknevolent Association. John W. Rellly, Presi- 
dent; E. F. McKlttrlck, Secretary. 

San Francisco Musical Fund Society. Meets 
quarterly, second Friday In January, April, July 
and October, at 2 p. m.. In Alcazar Building, 120 
O'Farrell street. P. Johannsen, President; Mo. 
Davis, Secretary. 



San Francisco Produce E-kchange Mutual 
Benefit Association. W. H. Yates, President; 
T. C. Frledlander, Secretary, room 22, Merchants' 
Exchange. 

San Francisco Schwaben Verein. Meets first 
and Third Mondays of each month In Turn Verein 
Hall, 323 Turk street. 

Scandinavian Society. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. Carl A. Hagstrom, 
President; C. A. Anderson, Recording Secretary. 

Servian Montenegrin Literary and Benevo- 
lent Society. Meets first and third Wednesdays of 
each month at 10 California street, room 12. 

Slavonic Illtric Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety. Meets first and third Fridays of each month 
at 120 O'Farrell street. R. Maroevlch, Recording 
Secretary. 

Sociedad .Juarez de Beneficencia Mutua. 
Meets at Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific street, second Thurs- 
day of each month. Pedro Pena. President; A. de la 
Torre, Jr., Recording Secretary, 73 Appraisers' Build- 
ing. 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
in Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street, on the last Sunday 
in each month. 

St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance Association 
of California. Meets drst and third Monday even- 
ings of each month at 1133 Mission street. Thomas 
M. Searey, President; P. F. Flynn, Recording Secre- 
tary; Thomas F. Alford, Corresponding Secretary, 
27b Kissling street. 

St. Peter's German Catholic Benevolent So- 
ciety. Meets first Monday of each month in school- 
building adjoining St. Boniface's Church. Joseph 
Hoefer, President; Paul A. Meyer, Recording Secre- 
tary, 1533 California street. 

Sued-Deutscher Verein. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month at 413 Sutter street. Peter 
Krueckel, President; Frank Huber, Secretary. 

Swedish Society of San Francisco. Meets 
every Friday evening at 909 Market street. A. O. 
Llndstrom, President; Thure W. Llnck, Secretary, 
213 Mission street. 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society. Antolne 
Borel, President; A. Julllerat, Secretary. Oflice, 536 
Kearny street. 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Society of San Fran- 
cisco. Meets at Board of Education rooms. City 
Hall, on first and third Wednesdays of each month. 
Miss Laura T. Fowler, President; Miss A. M. D'Arcy, 
Treasurer, 68 Lincoln street. 

Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society. Meets 
the first Thursday in each month in Shiels' Building, 
32 O'Farrell street, at 2:30 p. m. Leo Michelson, 
President; George H. Branch, Recording Secretary, 
2019 Mission street. 

LTnited National Association of Postoffice 
Clerks (San Francisco Branch). Meets first 
Wednesday of each mouth in Ferry Building, foot of 
Market street. J. W. Burson, President; H. J. Cav- 
eney. Secretary. 

Verein Eintracht. Meets every "Wednesday 
evening at 237, 12th street. A. Becker, President; 
F. Hoflnghofl, Corresponding Secretary. 

Verein Ostekeich Social and Mutual Aid 
Society. Meets first and third Thursdays of each 
month at 14 Third street. E. Lamberg, President; 
Julius Tarnotzy, Recording Secretary. 

Widows and Orphans Aid Association. To 
embrace the whole police force of San Francisco, 
with the object of protecting and endowing their 
widows and orphans in case of death. Meets in 
Police Court Room No. 3, City Hall, second Friday 
of each month at 3 p. m. M. Lindhelmer, President; 
H. cms. Recording Secretary. 

Young Men's Catholic Union (R. C). Head- 
quarters, 3 Tenth street. John T. Burns, Grand Presi- 
dent; Samuel Haskins, Grand Secretary. Loyola 
Assembl}% No. 1, meets the first and third Wednes- 
days of each month. Leo Assembly, Nq. 4, meets 
the first and third Thursdays of each month. 

Young Men's Institute (R. C). Office. Pioneer 
Building, 24 Fourth street. Officers of the Grand 
Council— A. F. St. Sure, Grand President ; L. E. 
Mahan, Grand First Vice-President; D. J. O'Leary, 
Grand Second Vice-President; George A. Stanley, 
Grand Secretary; Wm. T. Aggeler, Grand Treasurer. 

Y. M. I. Lecture Bureau. Pioneer Building. 

Young Ladies' Institute, 3, 10th street. Miss 
Josephine T. Molloy, Grand Secretary. 



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BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

CRAIQ & COCHRAN CO., 

UNDERTAKERS, 

52-56 Mint Av., TeL South 47. 

Associated Charities. Organized March. 188S. 
Central office. 601 Commercial street. Meets every 
Friday at 3: :30 p. m. Oliver Eldridge, President; John 
M. Burnett. Vice-President; Miss Virginia Fitch, 
General Secretary ; S. W. Levy, Treasurer. Directors 
— Oliver Eldrldge. E. J. Bowen, Osgood Putnam. 
Mrs. A. TV. Flint, Registrar. 

AusTRiAjf Bexevolext SOCIETY. Mcets first and 
third Wednesdays in each month at 413 Sutter street. 
J. L. Radovlch, President; Aug. Mikullch, Secretary, 
515 Clay street. 

British Benevolent Society of CALiroRXTA. 
Meets first Tuesday in each month at 4 p. ji.. at .506 
Battery street. Officers— W. Clayton Plckersgill, 
President; G. C. Woodward, Secretary. 

California Prison Commission. Charles Mont- 
gomery. President; Rev. James Wood worth, Secre- 
tary, 12.5 Lexington avenue. 

California Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children. Office, 306 Parrott Building. 
Charles Sonntag, President; William R. Parnell, 
Secretary. 

Danish Ladies' Relief Society. Meets first 
Wednesday of each month in Larsen's Hall. 20 Eddy 
street. Mrs. T. Mikkelsen. President; J. Topp, 
Recording Secretary. 601 Halght street. 

Emanu-El Sisterhood. 272-274 Xinth street. 
Mrs. P X. Lilienthal. President; Mrs. J. M. Roth- 
child. Recording Secretary. 

EiTBEKA Benevolent Association. Organized 
October, 1850. to assist poor and needy Hebrews in 
want or sickness. Office, 113 Stockton street (old 
No. 105). Charles Hirsch, President ; Meyer H. Levy, 
Secretary; Jules Llevre, Collector. 

First Hebrew Benevolent Society. 121 Eddy 
street. M. Goldwater, President; S. Zekind, Sec- 
retary. 

Free Dispensary Clinic. 155 New Montgomery 
street. Organized by the Medical Department, Uni- 
versity of California. 

French Ladies" Benevolent Society. Meets at 
316a Post street. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Sylvain 
Weill, President; Mrs. Verdier, Secretarj*. 

Gardeners' and Ranchers' Association of 
San Francisco. The. Colombo Market. Domenlco 
Gianni, Secretary. 

German General Benevolent Society, The. 
Owns and controls the German Hospital. H. C Jor- 
dan, General Agent. Office— 360 Geary street. Cltv 
Physicians— Max Salomon, M. D., and C. Weil, M. D."; 
office hours. 12-4 and 7-8 p.m.: Sundays. 9-10 a.m. 
Richard Finking, President; Wm. Herrmann, Max 
A. Bertheau, Secretaries; Fred C. Slebe, Treasurer. 

German Ladies' General Benevolent Society. 
Meets on the first day of each month at 360 Geary 
street. Mrs. Caroline Koester, President; Mrs. M. 
Broemmel, Secretary. 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association. Or- 
ganized October 6, 1879; Incorporated October 6, 1884. 
This work had Its inspiration in the Bible Class of 
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper. Its object is the establishment 
and maintenance of free kindergartens in San Fran- 
cisco, and the sustaining of a free Normal Training 
School for Kindergartners, and to further promote 
the work for needy, neglected children. Moth- 
ers' Meetings have been organized to encourage 
thrift, economy and hygiene in the families con- 
nected with the kindergartens, and to bring some- 
thing of new hope and comfort Into their hard and 
cheerless lives. A free Normal Training School for 
teachers under the supervision of Miss Anna M. 
Stovall. Mrs. Leland Stanford. Honorary President; 
Mrs. Phccbe Hearst and Mrs. .\. J. Pope, Honorary 
Vice-Presidents; Mrs. Cyrus Walker, President; Miss 



Virginia Fitch and Miss Mary L. Browne. Secretaries; 
Mrs. E. B. Cutler. Treasurer; Miss Anna M. Stovall, 
Normal Instructor. 

Homceopathic Dispensary. Hahnemann Hos- 
pital College, cor. Sacramento and Spruce streets. 
Hours, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. dallv, except Sunday. 
William Boericke, M. D., Medical Superintendent. 

Jewish Alliance of California. In aid of 
Russian refugees. Office 121 Eddy street. 

Kong Chow Beneficial Society. 510 Pine 
street. Organized for charity to Chinese. 

Ladies' Seaman's Friend Society. Meets first 
Wednesday of each month at the Sailors' Home, 
corner Main and Harrison streets. Mrs. E. B. Cooper, 
President; Mrs. A. McAnney, Recording Secretary. 

Ladies' Society of Israelites (Israelitlseher 
Frauen-Vereln). For the purpose of assisting He- 
brew women under all circumstances of want. 
Meets Monday afternoon of each week at 113 Stock- 
ton street, room 23. Mrs. Henry Wangenheim, Presi- 
dent; Meyer H. Levy, Secretary. 

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent So- 
ciety. Meets every Tuesday at 2 p. m. at 113 
Stockton street. Mrs. M. Samuels, President; Mrs. 
H. Lippman, Secretary. 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Association. 
Meets every Thursday evening in Red Men's Hall. 330 
Post street. Philip Cohn, President; L. Traung, Re- 
cording Secretary, 18 Bond street. 

Mexican Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
the first AVednesday of every month at .507 Sutter 
street. Carlos Moncisvals. President; Miguel San- 
chez, Secretary, 1415 Powell street. 

MizPAH Charity Club. (Protestant.) Meets 
every Monday at 1:30 p. m.. In club rooms, 1624 0'Far- 
rell street. Mrs. A. C. Rulofson. President; Mrs. E. 
M. Reading, Corresponding Secretary. 

Occidental Kindergarten Association. Free 
Kindergarten located 214 Second street. Miss Flor- 
ence Musto, President; Miss Carrie Frank, Recording 
Secretary. 

Odd Fellows' Employment Association. Odd 
Fellows' Building. Louis H. Greenhood, President; 
T. R. Mann, Secretary. 

Pacific Homceopathic Polyclinic. 834 Mission 
street. Dr. Alice Goss, Supt.; Mrs. Emma Street, 
Matron. 

Pacific Society for the Suppression of Vice. 
14 McAllister street. Frank J. Kane, Secretary. 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society. Organized 
July 23. 1878; incorporated July 25, 1878. Reincor- 
porated January. 1886. M. H. Hecht, Honorary Pres- 
ident; Mrs. David Bixler, President; Mrs. Fredericks 
George, Treasurer; Mrs. A. M. Grim, Recording Sec- 
retary; Mrs. Helen Hecht. Corresponding Secretary, 
1998 Jackson street. Kindergartens— No. I. The Ad- 
ler, Folsom and Second streets; No. 2. Silver Star, 
Pacific and Sansome streets; No. 3, The Sutro Mall 
Dock, 218 Brannan street. 

San Francisco Benevolent Association. 
Meets first Wednesday of each month at 725 Mont- 
gomery street. Rev. J. A. B. Wilson, President; 
Robert A. Bruce, Jr., Acting Secretary, 725 Mont- 
gomery street. 

San Francisco Commercial Travelers Asso- 
ciation. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each 
month In Alcazar Building. Wm. T. Rancel, Pres- 
ident; D. J. Horgan, Recording Secretary. 

San Francisco Fruit and Flower Mission. 
Rooms. 631 Sutter street. Miss Miriam K. Wallis, 
President; Miss Corinne Cook, Recording Secretary. 

San Francisco Hom(eopathic Polyclinic. 1019 
Sutter street. Hours, 10 a. m. to 1. p. m. D. Albert 
HlUer, M. D., Superintendent; T. A. Bllnn, Secretary. 

San Francisco Polyclinic Post Graduate 
Medical Department of the University of 
California. 410 Ellis street. W. A. Martin. M. D., 
President; Martin Regensburger, M. D.. Secretary. 

San Francisco Polyclinic, The. 410 Ellis street. 
W. A. Martin, M. D., President; Martin Regens- 
burger, M. D., Secretary. 

San Francisco Settlement Association. Mrs. 
Phoebe A. Hearst. President; Frank J. Symmes, Vice- 
President; Richard A. Clark, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. The Settlement House, known as the "South 
Park Settlement." is located at No. 84 South Park. 
San Francisco Boys' Club, 740 Bryant street, now a 
part of San Francisco Settlement and under its direc- 
tion, having united with It September. 1898. 



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San Fbancisco Society fok the Prevention- 
OF Cruelty to ANIMAL^5. Otlice, -kiS Pari-ott Build- 
ing. Office telephone. South 69. N. P. Cole, Pres- 
ident; C. B. Holbrook, Secretary. 

SiLVEB Street Kindergarten? Society. 64 Sil- 
ver street. Mrs. Charles B. Ale.xander, President; 
Mrs. Milton S. Eisner, Vice-President; W.E.Brown, 
Secretary, 2016 California street; Adolph Schmidt, 
Treasurer; Miss Kate F. Banning, Superintendent. 

Societe Belge de Bienfaisance, The. Meets 
at 237, 12th street, first Monday of each month, 
8p.m. Chas. M. Rousseau. President; Leon Andre, 
Secretary, 316 Stockton street. 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Particular 
Council meets on second Thursday of each month 
In the Hall of St. Mary's Cathedral. Van Ness avenue 
and O'Farrell street. Spiritual Director, Very Rev. 
J.J. Piendergast, V. G.; John M. Burnett, President; 
P. J. Thomas, Secretary, 1323 Vallejo street. Sub- 
ordinate conferences, meeting at their own parishes 
—St. Peter's, St. Dominic's, St. Mary's Cathedral, 
St. Joseph's, St. Patrick's. Sacred Heart, St. Rose's, 
St. Brendan's, St. Brigld's, St. Francis', Mission 
Dolores, St. Paul's, St. James'. 

St. Andrew's Society. Meets every Monday eve- 
Ding In Scottish Hall, 117 Larkln street. Williani 
Balnaves, President; A. R. Patterson, Recording 
Secretary. 

Swiss Relief Society. G. A. Berton, President; 
A. JulUerat, Secretary, office 536 Kearny street. 

Teutonia Society. Meets in Teutonla Hall. 1322 
Howard street, every Tuesday evening for business 
purposes, and Thursday evening for social enjoy- 
ment. 



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946 Mission Street. 

BOARD OF TRADE 

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SAN FRANCISCO. 

202 Market Street. 

CRAIG & COCHRAN CO., 

UNDERTAKERS, 

62-56 Mint Av., Tel. South 47. 



Organized April, 1877. Objects— To protect the In- 
terests of Its members, prevent settlements without 
full Investigation, resist Inequitable and fraudulent 
settlements, and bring about joint action in the col- 
lection of debts. A. A. Watklns, President; T. J. 
Parsons, First Vice-President: S. Feuchtwanger, 
Second Vice-President; Sanford Bennett, Treasurer; 
Joseph Kirk, Attorney; H. L. Smith, Secretary. 



CEMETERIES. 

Ancient Order of Foresters' Cemetery As- 
sociation. Office, 102 O'Farrell street. 

Calvary — Between Geary and Turk, Broderlck 
and Masonic avenue; entrance end of Ellis street. 

City (closed) — Thirty-fourth avenue and Clement. 

Cypress Lawn— San Mateo County; office, 9 City 
Hall Square; crematory. 

Greek— Southwest corner Turk street and Parker 
avenue. 

Hills of Eternity — San Mateo County. 
Holy Cross- San Mateo County. 
Home of Peace— San Mateo County. 
Improved Order of Red Men's Cemetery As- 
sociation. Office, 320 Post street. 

Italian Cemetery— Colma; office, 407 Jackson 
street. 



Knights of Pythias Bl'kial Association. 
Office, 916 Market street. 

Knights' of Pythias Cemetery Association. 
562 Church street. 

Laurel Hill— Central avenue, between Post and 
California streets; entrance end of Bush street. 

Masonic— Turk street, between Masonic and Par- 
ker avenues; office. Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. 

Mission Dolores (closed)— Corner Sl.xteenth and 
Dolores streets. 



Mount Olivet Cemetery Association. 
916 Market street. 



Office, 



NATiONAL^PresIdlo Reservation. 

Native Sons' of the Golden West Cemetery 
Association. Office, 414 Mason street. 

Odd Fellows'— Point Lobos avenue, near First 
avenue. 

St. Michael's— San Mateo County. 
Salem (new)— San Mateo County. (Old) Thirty- 
fourth avenue and Clement; office, 226 Bush street. 



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SAN FRANCISCO. 

Charles Nelson, President; Geo. A. Newhall, First 
Vice-President; H. F. Allen, Second Vice-President; 
E. Scott, Secretary, Treasurer and Librarian, Room 
58, Merchants' Exchange Building. 

Italian Chamber of Commerce. A protective 
association organized for the purpose of promoting 
business relations between California and Italy and 
vice versa. Office, Room 12. Montgomery Block. 
E. C. Palmleri, President; C. Dondero, Secretary. 



CREMATORIES. 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery Assn. Crematory. 
Office, Point Lobos avenue, near 1st avenue. 

San Francisco Cremation Company. Crematory 
at Cypress Lawn Cemetery. Office, 9 City Hall 
avenue. 



CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

Chinese Baptist Church. Northwest corner 
Sacramento street and Waverly place. Rev. Tong Kit 
Hlng, Pastor. 

Emmanuel Baptist Church of San Francisco. 
Bartlett street, between Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third streets. Rev. J. George Gibson, Pastor; resid- 
ence, 43 Hill street; Assistant, Rev. Robert N. Lynch. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School. 12:30 p.m.; Junior Endeavor and Intermedi- 
ate, 3:30 p.m.; Young People's Meeting, 6:30 p. m.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

First Baptist Church. North side of Eddy 
street, between .Jones and Leavenworth streets. Sun- 
day services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 
12:30 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. 

First Free Baptist Church. 1227 Bush street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 P m.; Sunday 
school, 12:15 P. M. 

First German Baptist Church. Corner Seven- 
teenth and Dehon streets. Sunday services, 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Young 
People's Meeting, 7 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednes- 
day, 7:45 p. m. 

Hamilton Square Baptist Church. Post street, 
nearStelner. Rev. W.C.Jenkins, Pastor; residence, 
2701 Bush street. Sunday services, 11 a.ti. and 7:30 
P.M.; Sunday School, 12:30 p. m.; prayer meeting, 
Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. 

Swedish Baptist Church. 226, 10th street. Rev. 
Charles Palm, Pastor; residence, 228b 12th street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday School, 
12:15 p.m.; Young People's Meeting, 7 P. m.; prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. 

Third Baptist Church. East side Powell street, 
between Sutter and Bush. Rev. J H.Kelley, Pastor; 
residence, 1017 Mason street. Sunday services, 11a.m. 



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and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School. 12:45 p. m.. Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p.m.; 
prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

CHRISTIAN (OR DISCIPLES). 

First Christian Chukch. East side of Twelfth 
street, between Howard and Mission. Rev. Frank 
S.Ford, Pastor; residence. 122 Twelfth street Sun- 
day services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.: Sunday School. 
9:30 A. M.: Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P. M.; prayer 
meeting. Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

West Side Christian Chukch. Bush street, 
between Scott and Devlsadero. M. W. White, Min- 
ister; residence. 2629 Bush street. Sunday services, 
11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 12:30 p. m ; 
Christian Endeavor, 6:80 p. si.: prayer meeting, 
Wednesday, 8 P. si. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Bethany Coxgregatioxal Church. Bartlett 

street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

^^ streets. Rev. William C. Pond, D. D., Pastor; resi- 

, dence 524 Bartlett street. Sunday services. 11 a. m. 

^ and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School, 12:30: Young People's 

O Society of Christian Endeavor, Junior, 4:30 p. m.; 

^J Intermediate. 5:45 p m.: Senior, 6:30 p. m.; prayer 

meeting, Wednesday, S p. m. 

Bethlehem Congregational Church. Vermont 
street, near Twenty-fourth street. Rev. P. J. Dick- 
son, Pastor; residence, 234 Dolo-es street. Sunday 
services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:30 
A. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

California Chinese Missions. 21 Brenham place 
and 1S18 Laguna street. Rev. J. K. McLean, D. D., 
President. 

Eighth Congregational Chttrch. Broad street, 
near Plymouth avenue. Rev. I. J. Luce, Pastor; 
residence, Oakland. Sunday services, 11 a. m.; Sun- 
day School, 12:15 p. M. 

First Congregational Church. S. E. corner of 
Post and Mason streets. Rev. Geo. C. Adams, D. D., 
Pastor; residence, 2710 Devlsadero street. Sunday 
services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.: Sunday School, 12:45 
p. M.; Y'oung People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 
6:30 p. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. 

Fourth Congregational Church. Green street, 
near Stockton street. Rev. S. Slocombe, Pastor. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 9:45 a. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 
8 p. M. 

Olitet Congkegational Church. Southwest 
corner of Noe and Seventeenth streets. Rev. H. 
T. Shepard, Pastor, 3041 Sixteenth street. Sunday 
services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 10 
A. M.; Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 
6:45 p. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. 

Park Congregational Church. Hayes street, 
near Lyon street. Rev. Frank I. Wheat, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 711a Lyon street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School, 12:30 P. M.; Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m.; 
prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

Pierce Street Congregational Chttrch. North- 
west corner of Pierce and Green streets. Sunday, 
services, 11 a. m.; Sunday School, 12:30 p. m. 

Plymouth Congregational Church. Xorth side 
of Post street, between Buchanan and Webster. Rev. 
F. B. Cherlngton, D. D., Pastor; residence, 1820 Bu- 
chanan street. Sunday services, 11 a. M.and 7: 30 p.m.; 
Sunday Schools, 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p.m.; Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor for Inter- 
mediates, 5:15 P. M.; Seniors, 6:30 P. M. ; prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

Richmond Congregational Church. Corner 
Seventh avenue and Clement street. Rev. Philip 
Coombe, Pastor; residence, 3335 Washington street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 9:45 a. m.; Young People's Society of Chris- 
tian Endeavor, 6:45 P. M.; Juniors, 5:30 P. M. Prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. m. 

Sunset Congregational Church. Ninth avenue, 
near H street. Sunset District. Rev. I. J. Luce, 
Pastor; residence. Oakland. This church is Institu- 
tional. Sunday services. 8 p. m.; Sunday School, 10 
A. M.; Senior Christian Endeavor, 7 p. m. 

Swedish Mission Church. Xorth side of Jessie 
street, between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. Carl Ander- 
son, Pastor; residence, 71 Pierce street. Sunday ser- 
vices, 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 

Third Congregational Church. South side 
of Fifteenth street, between Valencia and Mission 



Rev. William Rader, Pastor; residence, 116 Capp 
street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Cathedral Mission of the Good Samaritan. 
Second street, near Folsom. Rev. William Ingraham 
Kip, Jr., in charge; Sunday services. 7:30 a. m., 
11 A. M. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Corner Union 
and Steiner streets. Rev. F. B. Bartlett, Rector; 
residence, 2311 Union street. Sunday services, 7:30 
and 11 A. M., and 8 p. m.; Week day services, 7:30 
A. M. and 5 p. m. 

Church of the Advent. Eleventh street, near 
Market. Rev. Herbert Parrish, Rector; Rev. W. H. 
Ratcliff and Rev. H. B. Monges, Assistants. Sunday 
services, 7 and 11 a. m., and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 9:.30 A. M. 

Grace Church. Southeast corner of California 
and Stockton streets. Rev. R. C. Foute, Rector: 
residence, 1915 Gough street. Sunday services, 11 
A. M. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

St. Alban's Mission. Golden Gate Hall, 625 
Sutter street. Church service. 11:15 a. m.; Sunday 
School, 10 A. M., Wm. G. Badger, Superintendent. 
The Lodge of Golden Links meets at 3 p. m. 

St. Cornelius' Chapel. Presidio. Rev. D. O. 
Kelley, minister in charge; residence, 1809 Jones 
street. Sunday services, 10:30 a. m. 

St. James' Mission. Clement street, near Sixth 
avenue. Rev. E. J. Lion in charge; residence, 882 
Fulton street; Rev. S. J. Lee, assistant. Sunday 
services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 
9:30 A. M. 

St. John's Church. Fifteenth and Julian avenue, 
between Valencia and Mission streets. Rev. L. C. 
Sanford, Rector; residence, 120 Julian avenue; Rev. 
G. S. Mead and Rev. T. J. Turner, Assistants. Sun- 
day services, 7 and 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sunday 
School. 9:30 a.m.; Wednesday, Litany, 11 a. m.; 
Thursdays, Holy Communion, 11 a. m. 

Holy Innocents' Mission of St. John's Church. 
Fair Oaks street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth streets. Sunday services, 7 and 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. M. 

Good Shepherd Mission of St. John's Church. Hall, 
corner of Seventeenth and Noe streets. Service and 
Sunday School, 2:45 p. m. 

St. Luke's Church. Van Ness avenue and Clay 
street. Rev. D. C. Garrett. Rector; residence, 2201 
Webster street; Sunday services. 8 and 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. m.; Sunday School and Children's service, 9:30 
A. M.; Boys' Bible Class, 10 a. m. 

St. Paul's Church. California street, near Fill- 
more. Rev. W. M. Reilly, Rector; residence, 2822 
California street; Rev. A. C. Wilson, Assistant. 
Sunday services, 7:30 and 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.; 
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

St. Peter's Church. Corner Stockton and Fil- 
bert streets. Rev. W. M. Hours, Rector; residence, 
19U5 Stockton street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 
7:30 P. M.; Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; St. Andrew's 
Brotherhood, second Thursday, 7:45 p. m. 

St. Stephen's Church. North side of Fulton 
street, between Webster and Fillmore streets. Rev. 
E. J. Lion, Rector; residence, 882 Fulton street. 
Sunday services, 7 a. m. (except first), 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Bible class, 
6:30 P. M. 

Trinity Church. Northeast corner Bush and 
Gough streets. Rev. F. W. Clampett, Rector; resi- 
dence, 1816 Sacramento street. Sunday services, 11 
a. m.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

EVANGELICAL. 

Emanuel Church of the Evangelical Asso- 
ciation. West side of Twelfth street, between 
Market and Mission. Rev. F. W. Fischer, Pastor; 
residence, 1834 Howard street. Sunday services, 
10:45 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; 
Y. P. A. meetings, 6:45 p. M.; Junior meetings, 5 p.m. 

Salem Evangelical Church (German). North- 
east corner Twenty-second and Shotwell streets. 
Rev. H. Cordes, Pastor; residence, 747 Shotwell 
street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sun- 
day School. 9:30 a. m. 

United Evangelical Church (German). North 
side Twenty-fourth street, between Treat avenue 
and Harrison. Rev. J. D. Klooz, Pastor; residence, 
3024 Twenty-fourth street. Sunday services, 10:45 
A. M. and 7:45 p. M.; Sunday School, 9:30 A. M.; Chris- 
tian Endeavor meeting, 7 P. m.; prayer meeting, 
Wednesday, 8 p. m. 



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GREEK CATHOLIC. 

RussiAK Cathedral. West side Powell street, 
near Filbert. Right Kev. I. Tikhon, Blehop of the 
Orthodox Church In North America; Very Rev. 
Archimandrite Teoclltos, Rev. Th. Pashkovsky, 
Kev. S. Dabovlch, Rev. P. Popoff, Rev. N. Metro- 
polsky. Rev. G. Krassoflf, Rev. N. Greevsky, Rev. M. 
Bellavln, Church Consistory. Services— Tuesdays, 
5 p. M.; "Wednesdays, 7:30 a. m.; Fridays, b p. m.; 
Saturdays, 7:30 a. m. and 7 p. m. ; Sundays, 10 a. m. 
and 7 p. m. 

HEBREW. 

CoxGKEGATiox AxscHE Sfard. 939 Howard street. 
Services every morning and evening. 

Congregation Beth-Israel. South side Geary 
street, between Octavia and Laguna. Rev. M. S. 
Levy, Rabbi; residence, 1359 Post street. J. Rabino- 
wltz, Cantor. Services are held daily, morning and 
evening, at usual hour. M. Hcrzog, President; 
Marcus Levy, Secretary. Office, 3 Battery. 

Congregation Beth - Menahim Streisanu. 
South side Minna street, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Services every morning and evening. Service on 
Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Rev. H. Samuelson, Cantor. 

Congregation Chebra Thilim. 1036 Folsom 
street. Services every morning and evening. 

Congregation Emanu-El. Sutter street, be- 
tween Powell and Stockton. Dr. .lacob Voorsanger, 
Rabbi,: residence, 14-» Franklin. E.J. Stark, Cantor. 
Raphael Pel.votto, President; Jacob Greenebaum, 
Vice-President; Henry Wangenheim, Secretary; 
Llppman Sachs, Treasurer; Emanuel Levy, Stated 
Clerk. 

Congregation Xevah Zedek. 943 Mission street. 
Services every morning and evening; Sabbath, 8:30 

A. M. 

Congkegation Ouabai Shalome. 1831 Bush 
street. Rev. Isldor Myers, Rabbi; residence, 1836 
Butter street; H. S. Stollnitz, Cantor Services, 
dally, 6:30 a. m. and 5 p. m.; Friday, 5:30 p.m.; Satur- 
day, 9:45 a. m. S. H. Selling, Sexton and Collector, 
1962 Pine street. 

Congregation Siiaari Zedek. Northeast corner 
California and Stockton streets. Rev. Aaron J. B. 
Brown, Cantor; I. Friedman, President; M. H. 
Llchtenstein, Vice-President: S. Polack, Secretary. 
Office, 405 Kearny street. Services every Friday 
evening and Saturday at 9 a. m. and Monday and 
Thursday at 6:30 a. m. 

Congregation Sherith Israel. Northeast corner 
Post and Taylor streets. Dr. Jacob Nieto, Rabbi; resi- 
dence, 1719 Bush street; Louis Brown, President; 
Alexander L. Badt, Secretary; David S.Davis, Cantor. 

Congregation Tiferes Israel. 1036 Folsom 
street. Services every morning. 

LUTHERAN. 

Finnish Seamen's Mission. 9 Mission street. 
Rev. A. Renvall, Pastor. Finnish and Swedish 
services every Sunday, 10 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Finnish 
services every Tuesday, 8 p. m. and Swedish services 
every Wednesday at 8 p. m. 

I First English Evangelical Lutheran Church. 
Geary street, near Gough. Rev. E. Nelander, Ph. D., 
Pastor. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; 
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; Luther League, 7 p. m.; 
Christian Endeavor, Wednesday, 8 p. M. 
r,OuR Saviour's Scandinavian Evangelical-Lu- 
theran Church. Howard street, between Twelfth 
and Thirteenth streets. Rev. O. Groensberg, Pastor; 
residence, 1663 Howard street. Sunday services, 
10:45 A. M., in Scandinavian language, and 8 p. m.; 
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Young People's Society, 
Tuesday, 8 p. m.; Bible reading, Thursday, 8 p. m. 
r St. Johannes' German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Twenty-second street, between Howard 
and Capp. Rev. J. H. Schroeder, Pastor; residence, 
2723 Mission street. Sunday services, 10:45 a. m.; 
Sunday School, 9:15 a. m.; Branch Sunday School at 
Sunnyslde, 2:30 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 
7:45 p. m. 
I, St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

West side Mason street, between Jackson and 
Pacific streets. Rev. J. G. Mangold, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1315 Mason street. Sunday services, 10:45 
A. M. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School, 9:15 a. m. 
dSt. Markus German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. South side O'Farrell street, between 
Franklin and Gough streets. Rev. J. Fuendellng, 
Pastor; residence, 705 Bush street. Sunday services, 
10:30 A. M.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 



St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church. 
East side of Eleventh street, between Market and 
Mission streets. Rev. Herman Gehrcke, Pastor; 
residence, 741 Golden Gate avenue. Sunday services, 
German, 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 P. M. ; Sunday School, 
9:30 A. M. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. 1419 Howard street. Rev. Paul Branke, 
Pastor; residence, 1427 Howard street. Sunday ser- 
vices. In German, 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. M.; Sunday 
school, 9:15 A. M. 

St. Paulus' German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Southeast corner Eddy and Gough streets. 
Rev. J. M. Buehler, Pastor: residence, 969 Eddy 
street. Sunday services, 10:30 a. m.; Sunday School, 
9:15 A. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. M. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Ebbnezer 
Church. South side Mission street, between Eighth 
and Ninth. Rev. C. J. E. Haterlus, D. D., Pastor: 
residence, 1328 Mission street. Sunday services. In 
Swedish, 11 A. M. and 8 p. M.; Sunday School, 10 a. m. 



METHODIST, 

Rev. J. P. Newman, LL. D., Resident Bishop of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church for the Pacific Coast; 
residence. Occidental Hotel. Book depository, 1037 
Market street. Presiding Elder. San Francisco Dis- 
trict, Westwood W. Case, D. D.; residence, Berkeley. 
Presiding Elder of the California District, California 
German Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Rev. George Guth; residence, Lorln, Ala- 
meda Co. 

Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church. 
West side Powell street, between Jackson and Pacific 
streets. Rev. W. W. Grimes, Pastor; residence. 
Bethel A. M. E. Church. 

California Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Southeast corner of Broderlck and Cali- 
fornia streets. Rev. A. C. Bane. Pastor; residence, 
2829 California street; Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 
7:30 P. M. ; Sunday School. 12:30 P. M.; Epworth 
League, 6:45 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 
7:30 P. M. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. Bush street, between Gough and Octavia 
streets. Rev. J. E. More, Pastor; residence, 2.526 
Clay street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 
P.M.; Sunday School, 9:45 a.m.; Epworth League, 
6:30 p. M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:3C p. m. 

Central Methodist Episcopal Church. Mis- 
sion street, between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. S. 
D. Hutslnpiller, D. D., Pastor; residence, 312 Halght 
street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School, 1 p.m.; Men's Bible Class, 1 p.m.; 
Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 P. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday 
evening. 

Chinese Mission House op the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. 916 Washington street. Sun- 
day services, 12:30 and 7:30 p. M. Night schools open 
every evening from 7:30 to 9:30. Dally school for 
Chinese children. 9 a. m. to 4 p. M. Chinese Home 
for women and girls in charge of Mrs. Lake, Matron. 

Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church. Cor- 
ner Twenty-sixth and Church streets. Rev. W. M. 
Woodward, Pastor; residence, 447 Elizabeth street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday 
School", 9:30 a. m.; Epworth League, 6:30 p. M.; 
Junior League, Friday, 3:30 P. M.; prayer meeting, 
Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

Fifteenth Avenue Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Fifteenth Avenue South, between N and 
P streets. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. M.; 
Sunday School, 10 a. m. 

First African Methodist Episcopal Zion 
Church. 805 Stockton street. Sunday services, 
11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 1:30 P. m.; 
prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church. Powell 
street, between Washington and Jackson streets. 
Rev. W. S. Urmy, D. D., Pastor; residence, 1110 Clay 
street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. antl 7:30 P. m.; 
Sunday School, 12:30 p. M.; Epworth League Chap- 
ter, 6:30 P. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

First Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church. 
South side Howard street, between Eighth and 
Ninth. Rev. J. O. Wahlberg, Pastor; residence, 1039 
Minna street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. M.; 
Sunday School, 12:15 p. m.: Young People's Society, 
Friday, 8 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:45 p. m 



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Gbkman Methodist Episcopal Chukch. Folsom 
street, between Fourth and Flttu. Kev. J. G. Vogel, 
Pastor; residence, 868b Folsom street. Sunday ser- 
vices, 10:45 A. M. and 7:45 p. M.: Sunday School. 9:30 
A. M.: Epworth League, 7 p. m.; prayer meeting, 
"Wednesday, 7:45 P. m. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal CnrKCH. Corner 
Twenty-ttrst and Capp streets. Rev. J. K. Beard, 
T>. D., Pastor; residence, 3168 Twenty-flrst street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Howard Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 
643 Howard street. Rev. .John A. B. Wilson, D. D., 
Pastor; residence, 643 Howard street. Sunday ser- 
vices, 11 A. M. and 7:30 P .m. 

Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church. 1329 
Pine street. Rev. K. Obata, Pastor. Sunday ser- 
vices, 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. 

Norwegian - Danish Methodist Episcopal 
Society. 2131 Mission street. Rev. .Joseph Olsen, 
Pastor; residence, 15 Erie street. Sunday services, 
8 p. M. 

Potkero Methodist Episcopal Church. Ten- 
nessee street, between 18th and 19th. Rev. S. M. 
"Woodward, Pastor; residence, 243 Texas street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.; Sunday 
School, 10 a. m.; Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.; prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

Richmond Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Fourth avenue, between Point Lobos Av. and 
Clement street. Rev. A, E. rirlch, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 371 Ninth avenue. Sunday services. 11 a. m. 
and 7:30P.M.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Epworth 
League, 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 
7:45 p. M. 

Second African Methodist Episcopal Church. 
West side Powell, between Jackson and Pacific 
streets. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. M. 
Sunday School, "l: 30 p. m. 

Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Southeast corner Hayes and Buchanan 
streets. Rev. John Stephens, Pastor; residence, 333 
Haight street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p. m.; Sunday School, 12::30 P. M.; Epworth Leagne, 
6:30 P. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m.; 
Junior Epworth League, Friday, 3:30 p. m. 

St. John's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 3718 Army street. Rev. W. C. Schmutzler, 
Pastor. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Broadway, between Stoclcton and Powell 
streets. Rev. Frederick Bonn, Pastor; residence, 
741 Filbert street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 
p. m.; Young People's Society, 7 P. M.; Sabbath 
School at 9:30 a. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 
7:45 P. M. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. Corner 
Market and Sixteenth streets. Rev. Theophllus H. 
Woodward, Pastor; residence, 3676, 16th street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 12:30 P. M.; Epworth League,. 6:30 p. m.; 
prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. m. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church. Northwest 
corner Geary and Powell streets. Rev. John Hemp- 
lilll, D. D., I'astor; residence, 2410 Jackson street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 12:30 p. m.; Young People's Society of Chris- 
tian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. 

First Presbyterian Church. Southeast corner 
Van Ness avenue and Sacramento street. Rev. 
Robert Mackenzie, D. D., Pastor; residence, 2716 
Scott street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. ; 
Christian Endeavor. '6: 30 P. m.; Boy's Brigade. 6:30 
p.m.; Sunday School, 12:45 p. m.; prayer meeting, 
Wednesday 7:45 P. m. 

First United PRKsnvTERiAX Church. North- 
east corner Golden Gate avenue and Polk street. 
Rev. H. H. Bell, D. D., Pastor; residence, 1548 Ful- 
ton street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
the Junior. Intermediate and Senior Endeavorers, 
5:30 to 7:30 P. M.; Bible Reading Circle, Fridays, 8 
p. M. 

Franklin StreetPresbytkrianChurch. South- 
west corner Franklin and Vallejo streets. Rev. 
David James, Pastor; residence, Abbotsford Hotel. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. m.; Young Peo- 
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.; Sun- 
day School, 9:30 a. m.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 
7:45 p. m. 



Holly Park Presbyterian Church. California 
avenue and Lizzie street. Rev. C. G. Paterson, 
Pastor; residence, 296 California avenue. Sunday 
services, 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; Sunday School, 10 a.m. 
Christian Endeavor Society, 7 P. m. 

Howard Presbyterian Chup.ch. Southwest cor- 
ner of Oak and Baker streets. Rev. J. S. Thomas, 
Pastor; residence, 1361 Oak street. Sunday services, 
11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.; Sunday School, 12.30 p. m.; 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 6:45 
p. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

Japanese Presbyterian Church and Mission. 
121 Haight street. E. A. Sturge, M. D., Superin- 
tendent. Day and evening educational classes; 
religious services Sunday and Wednesday evenings. 
Japanese Mission Home, 22 Prospect Place. 

Lebanon Presbyterian Church. East side 
Sanchez street, near Twenty-third. Rev. R. W.Rey- 
nolds, Pastor; residence, 1136 Church street. Sun- 
day services. 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 

10 A. M.; Christian Endeavor Society, 6:30 p. m. 
Memorial Presbyterian Church. Corner Eigh- 
teenth avenue South and Latona street. Rev. Her- 
bert N. Bevier, Pastor; residence, 20 Latona street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 9:45 A. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 
p. M. 

Mizpah Presbyterian Church. Harrison street, 
near Fifth. Rev. F. A. Doane, Pastor; residence, 
192 Hawthorne street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. M.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Young People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. si.; prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church, Mississippi street, 
between Nineteenth and Twentieth. Rev. Eber G. 
Mathena, D. D., Pastor; residence, 833 Mississippi 
street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School, 9:50 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 p. M.; 
Junior, 2 p. m.; Intermediate, 2:30 p. m.; prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. 

Presbyterian Chinese Church and Mission. 
911 Stockton street. Rev. I. M. Condit, D. D., Superin- 
tendent; residence, 1390 Webster street, Oakland. 
Sunday services, 11:.30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Stewart Memorial Second United Presbyter- 
ian Church. Guerrero street, between Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third. Rev. William E. Dugan, 
Pastor; residence, 206 Chattanooga street. Sunday 
services, 11 a.m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School, 10 
A. M.; Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 
6:30 p. m. ; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. Southeast 
corner of California and Octavia streets. Rev. 
George G. Eldredge, Pastor; residence, 2028 Brod- 
erlck street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. M.; 
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; Y'. P. S. C. E., 6:45 p. m.: 
prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 

Trinity Presbyterian Church. Southwest cor- 
ner Twenty-third and Capp streets. Sunday services. 

11 A. m. and 7:30 P.M.; Bible School, 12:30 p.m.; Y. P. 
S. C. E., 6:30 P. M.; prayer meeting. Wednesday, 

8 P. M. 

Welsh Presbyterian Church. K. of R. B. Hall, 
1133 Mission street. Sunday School, 11:30 a.m.; ser- 
vices, 7.30 P. m. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. South- 
east corner Page and Webster streets. Rev. Eugene 
H. Avery, D. D., Pastor; residence. 1102 Fell street. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School, 9:45 A. m.; Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30.p. m.; prayer 
meeting, "Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. 



ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishop; Rev. P. 
Scanlan, Chancellor; Rev. P. E. Mulligan, Secre- 
tary, 1122 Eddy street. 

All Hallows Church. Corner of Sixteenth ave- 
nue South and N street. Rev. D. O. Sullivan, Rector; 
Rev. D. Lane, Assistant Rector; residence. 1715 
Fifteenth Avenue South. Masses on Sundays, 8 and 
10 A. m., and on week days, 7:30 a. m.; vespers, 7:30 
p. M.; Sunday School, 9 a. m. 

Church of St. Charles Borromeo. Northwest 
corner of Eighteenth and Shotwell streets. Rev. 
James McDonald, Pastor; Rev. C. E. O'Nelle, As- 
sistant Pastor ; residence, 390 Shotwell street. 
Masses, Sundays and holy days, 6:15, 7:30, 9 and 10:3U 
A. m.: vespers, 7:30 p. m. 



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Churchesr 



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Church of the Holy Cross. Eddy street, be- 
tween Scottand Devlsadero. Rev. John F. McGinty, 
Pastor; residence, 1818 Eddy street ; Rev. Robert 
Sampson and Rev. Patrick Ryan, Assistant Pastors. 
Masses on Sundays, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 a. m.; vespers, 
7:30 p.m.; week days, 7 and 8 a.m. 

Mission Dolores Chttrch. Sixteenth and Dolores 
(itreets. Rev. R. P. Brennan, Pastor; Rev. J. Stokes 
and Rev. J. Conway, Assistant Pastors; residence, 
west side of Sixteenth street, near Dolores. Masses 
on Sundays and holy days, 6, 8, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; 
vespers, 7:30 P. M. 

Notre Dame des Victoikes. North side Bush 
street, between Grant avenue and Stockton. Served 
hy the Marlst Fathers. Rev. A. Hamet, S. M.. 
liector; residence, 526 Bush street; Rev. Jos. Roman, 
'^. M., and Rev. Joseph Guibert, S. M., Assistants. 
Minday services, 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m., and 7:.30 p. m.; 
week day masses, 7. 7:30 and 8 a. m.; Catechism 
every Saturday, 10 a. m., for girls, and 2 p. M. for 
boys. 

Sacred Heart Church. South side of Fell street, 
iietween Webster and Fillmore. Rev. Hugh Lagan, 
Pastor; residence, ,546 Fillmore street. Sunday ser- 
vices and holy days: Masses, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 
A. M.; vespers, 7:30 p. M.; mass on week days, 6, 7 
and 8 a. m. 

St. Agnes Church. West side of Masonic avenue, 
between Page and Oak streets. Rev. Wm. P. Klrby, 
Rector; residence, 1510 Page street. Masses on Sun- 
days and holy days, 6:30, 7:30, 9 and 11 a. m.; vespers, 
7:30p.m.; week days, 7:30 a. m.; Sunday School after 
9 o'clock mass. 

St. £ nthony's Church (German;. Army street, 
between Shotwell and Folsom. Rev. Raphael Fuhr, 
O. F. M., Rector; residence, 3215 Army street. 

St. Boniface's Church (German). South side 
Golden Gate avenue, between Jones and Leaven- 
worth streets. Served by the Franciscan Fathers, 
Rev. Maximilian Neumann, O. F. M., Superior. 
Masses on Sundays, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers. 
7:30 P. M.; week days, 5:30, 7 and 8 a. m.; Sunday 
School Immediately after the 9 o'clock mass. 

St. Brendan's Church. Northeast corner of Fre- 
mont and Harrison streets. Rev. John F. Nugent, 
Rector; residence, 320 Harrison street; Rev. P. J. 
Qulnn, Assistant Rector. Masses on Sundays, 7:30, 
9 and 10:30 a. m.; week day masses, 7:30 a. m.; ves- 
pers, 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. 

St. Brigid's Church. Van Ness avenue and 
Broadway. Rev. John E. Cottle, Rector; residence, 
2117 Van Ness avenue; Rev. M. P. Ryan and Rev. 
Joseph A. McAullffe, Assistant Rectors. Masses on 
Sundays, 6:.S0, 8, 9 10 and 11 a. m.; vespers, 7:30 p. m.; 
week day masses, 6:30, 7 and 7:30 a. m. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery'. North- 
west corner of Bush and Stelner streets. Served 
by the Dominican Fathers. Very Rev. P. Murphy, 
Rector. Masses Sunday, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 a. m.; 
vespers, 7:30 p. m.; masses week days 6, 6:30, 7 and 
8. A. M. 

St. Francis Church. Corner Vallejo street and 
Montgomery avenue. Rev. Terence Caraher, Rec- 
tor; residence, 620 Vallejo street; Rev. Charles Mc- 
McMahon and Rev. William McGough, Assistant 
Rectors. Sunday masses, 6, 7:30, 8:45, 9:30 and 11 
a. m.; vespers, 7:30p.m.; dally mass, 6: 30 and 7:30 a.m. 

St. Ignatius Church. North side Hayes street, 
near Van Ness avenue. Conducted by the Fathers of 
the Society of Jesus, connected with St. Ignatius' 
College. Masses on Sundays and holy days, 5, 5:45, 
6:30, 7:30, 8:30. 9:30 and 10:30 A. M.; ro8ary,7:15 P. M.; 
vespers, 7:30 p. m.; sermon and benediction, 8 p. m.; 
masses on week days, 5, 5:45, 6:30, 7:15 and 8 a. m.; 
rosary and other devotional exercises, 7:30 p. m. 

St. James Church. Twenty-third and Guerrero 
streets. Rev. P. R. Lynch. Rector; residence, 1032 
Guerrero street. Masses on Sunday, 6:30, 7:30, 9 and 
10:30 A.M.; 7 a. m. dally; children's mass, Sundays, 
9 a.m.; vespers, 7:30 p. m. 

St. Joseph's Church. Tenth street, between 
Folsom and Howard. Rev. P. Scanlan, Rector; 
residence, 230 Tenth street: Rev. J. Hartnett, Rev. 
P. Keane, Rev. E. O'SulUvan and Rev. J. Collins, 
Assistant Rectors. Masses on Sundays and holy 
days. 6. 7, 8. 9 and 10:30 A. M.; vespers. 7:30 P. m.; 
masses on week days, 6:30 and 7:30 a. m.; Sunday 
School immediately after 9 o'clock mass. 

St. Mary's Cathedral. Northwest corner Van 
Ness avenue and O'Farrell street. Most Rev. P. W. 
Rlordan, Archbishop; Very Rev. J. J. Prendergast, 
Vicar-General; Rev. Patrick Scanlan, Chancellor; 



Rev. P. E. Mulligan, Secretary Rev. Edw. Dempsey, 
Rev. Philip O'Ryan. Rev. J. B. Hannlgan and Rev. 
Charles A. Ramm, Assistants. Masses on Sundays 
and holy days, 6, 7, 8, 9:30 and 11 a. m.; vespers and 
benediction, 8 p. M.; children's mass. In Cathedral 
chapel, 9:30 a. m.; masses on week days, 6 and 7 a. m. 

St. Mary's Church (Paullst Fathers). Northeast 
corner California and Dupont streets. Rev. Henry 
H. Wyman, C. S. P., Superior and Rector; Rev. 
Michael Otis, C. S. P.; Rev. Walter E. Hopper, C. S. 
P.; Rev. Patrick J. Murphy, C. S. P.; Rev. Patrick 
J. MacCorry, C. S. P., are In charge. Masses on 
Sundays, 6:30, 7:30, 9 and 11 a. m.; vespers, 7:45 
p. m. ; week days, 6::J0 and 7 a. m. 

St. Michael's Church. Broad street, near Ply- 
mouth avenue. Rev. James A. Cooper, Rector; 
residence, 32 Broad street. Masses on Sunday, 11 
A. M.; first Sunday In each month, 9 a. m. 

St. Patrick's Church. Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Rev. P. J. Cummins, Rector; 
Rev. P. Heslln, Rev. M. Horan, Rev. M. Barry and 
Rev. P. J. O'Hara, Assistant Rectors: residence, 744 
Mission street. Masses on Sundays and holy days, 
6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 A. M.; mass for the children in 
the basement each Sunday, 9 a. m.; vespers, 7:30 
p. M.; masses on week days, 6:30, 7 and 7:.30 a. m. 

St. Paul's Church. Twenty-ninth and Church 
streets. Rev. M. D. Connolly, Rector; residence, 312 
29th street; Rev. P. Henncssy and Rev. C E. Ken- 
nedy Assistant Rectors. Masses on Sundays, 6:30, 
8:.S0, 9:30 and 10:30 A. M.; vespers, 7:30 P. M.; Sunday 
School, 2 p. M.; mass on week days, 7 a. m. 

St. Peter's Church. East side of Alabama street, 
between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. Rev. P. 

5. Casey, Rector (absent); Rev. Peter C. Yorke, Act- 
ing Rector; Rev. William Lyons and Rev. James 
Grant, Assistants; pastoral residence, 2905 Twenty- 
fourth street. Masses on Sundays and Holy Days, 

6, 7, 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a. m.; mass on week days, 

7 A. M. 

St. Rose's Church. Brannan street, near Fourth. 
Rev. D. F. Nugent, Rector; residence, 532 Brannan 
street; Rev. M. Kennealy and Rev. Joseph M. 
Gleason, Assistant Rectors; Masses, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 
A. M.; vespers, 7:30 p. m. 

St. Teresa's Church. Tennessee street, near 
19th. Rev. P. O'Connell, Rector; Rev. James Mel- 
vin. Assistant Rector; residence, 723 Tennessee 
street. Masses on Sundays. 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; 
vespers, 7:30 p. m.; week days, 7:30 and 8 a. m. 

Sts. Pietro e Paolo Church. Filbert and Dupont 
streets. R. R. Saleslan Fathers ; residence. 1600 Dupont 
street. Masses on Sundays, 6, 7, 9 and 10:30 a. m. 

Star of the Sea Church. Northwest corner Point 
Lobos and Eighth avenues. Rev. J. P. Coyle, Rec- 
tor; Rev. P. M. McHugh, Assistant Rector; resi- 
dence, 341 Eighth avenue. Masses on Sunday, 7, 9 
and 11 A. M.; week days, 7:30 a. m. ; Sunday School, 
10 A. M. ; vespers, 7:30 p. m. 

YtiLEsiA i>E Nitestra Senora de Guadalupe. 
North side Broadway, between Mason and Taylor 
streets. Rev. A. M. Santandreu, Rector; residence, 
908 Broadway; Rev. James Viladomat, Assistant 
Rector; Masses on Sunday, 7, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; 
vespers, 7:30 p. m.; masses on week days, 7 and 
7:30 A. m. 

Chapels. 

Holy Names Convent — Tenth and Howard streets. 

Immaculate CJonceptlon — Twenty-fourth and Guer- 
rero streets. 

Magdalen Asylum — Potrero avenue. 

Mt. St. Joseph's — South San Francisco. 

Notre Dame Convent— Dolores and Sixteenth 
streets. 

Sacred Heart Academy — Ellis and Franklin streets. 

Sacred Heart College — Eddy and Larkln streets. 

Sacred Heart Presentation Convent — Ellis and Tay- 
lor streets. 

Sacred Heard Presentation Convent — Powell street. 

Sisters of St. Dominic — Twenty-fourth and Guer- 
rero streets. 

Sisters of the Holy Family— Hayes street. 

St. Bridget's Convent — Van Ness avenue and 
Broadway. _^ 

St. Francis Technical School— Geary"'and Gough 
streets. 

St. Mary's Hospital— Bryant and First streets. , 

St. Rose's Academy — Fell and Fillmore streets. 

St. Peter's Academy — Twenty-fourth and Columbia 
streets. 

St. Vincent's Convent— Mission street. 

Youths' Directory— 2030 Howard street. 



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SWEDENBORGIAN. 

First Kew, Jerusalem Church. O'Farrell street 

, between Webster and Fillmore. Rev. Duane v' 

Bowen, Pastor; residence, 1626 O'Farrell. Sunday 

services, 11 a. m.; Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Evening 

service when advertised. 

Second New Jeru.salem Church: Northwest 
corner Lyon and Washington streets. Kev. Joseph 
Worcester, Pastor; residence, 1030 Vallejo street. 

UNITARIAN. 

First Unitarian Church. Southwest corner 
Geary and Franklin streets. Pvev. Bradford Leavltt, 
Minister; residence, 2242 College avenue, Berke'ey; 
Rev. Horatio Stebblns, D. D., Minister Emeritus; 
residence, 1609 Larkln street. Sunday services 11 
a. m.; Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. 

Second Unitarian Church. Corner Capp and 
Twentieth streets. Rev. A. J. Wells, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 936 Valencia street. Sunday services, 11 a. m 
and 7:45 p. m. 

' MISCELLANEOUS CHURCHES. 

Advent Christian Church. Church street, be- 
tween Twenty-ninth and Day. Sunday services, 11 
A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; prayer meeting, Wednesday 
evenings, 7:30 p. m. 

Believers Gathered to the Name op the 
Lord Jesus, Commonly Called Brethren. 3036 
Sixteenth street. Sunday .services, 11 a. m. and 7-15 
p. M.; Sunday School and Bible class. 2:30 p. m • 
street preaching, 7:15 p. m.; Tuesday evening 7-4.5' 
Bible class, Thursday evening, 7:45; prayer meet- 
ing, Saturday evening, 8:00. 

Bethesda Mission (Baptist). Howard, near 8th. 

California Mission or the Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints. 909 Market. Rev 
Ephraim H. Nye, President; residence, 9,39 Golden 
Gate avenue. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p 
M.: Sunday School, 10 a.m.; prayer and testimony 
meeting, every Thursday evening, at 939 Golden Gate 
avenue; Mutual Improvement Association, every 
Tuesday evening at 939 Golden Gate avenue. 

Catholic Apostolic Church. 3776 Eighteenth 
street. J. Rintoul, Pastor; residence, 654 Church 
street. Sunday services, 10 a. m., 4:30 and 5 p. m. 

First Church op Christ, Scientist. Central 
Block, 223 Sutter street. Readers: Sue Ella Brad- 
shaw, C. S. D., residence, 702 Powell street; Frank 
W. Gale, C. S. B., residence, 3456 Nineteenth street 
Services and Christian Science Bible Lessons every 
Sunday, 11 a. m.; Sunday School for children at the 
same hour. Wednesday Evening Meeting, 8 p. m 
Free Reading Room, 206 Keary street. 

Friends' Meeting, a meeting held Sunday 11 
a. m., at 570 Harrison street. 

Mariners' Church, The, of San Francisco. 
Corner of Sacramento and Drumm streets Rev J 
Rowell, Pastor. 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-Dat Saints. Meets in Harmony Hall, Red 
Men's Building, 320 Post street. Rev. C. A. Parkin 
Elder; residence, 3010 16th. Sunday services 11 
A. M. and 7:30 p. M. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; prayer 
meeting Wednesday evening, and a literary meeting 
under Zlon's Rellglo Socle ty on Friday evening. 

Salvation Army. Headquarters, 1139 Market 
street. Lieut. Col. Wm. Evans and Lieut. Col. R 
Evans, commanding Pacific Coast Division. 

The Institute (men's food and shelter depot 
and woodyard). 1.56 New Montgomery 

Working Men's Metropole. 629 Clay street 

Working Men's Beacon. Southeast corner Sacra- 
mento and Kearny streets. 

Women's Shelter. 603 Washington street. Ensign 
Nelson in charge. ^ 

Corps No. 1, 632 Commercial street; Corps No 2 
x;*^'.,*^!^!;?';^,/'^**""*'"*'"'" and Kearny streets; Corps 
No. 3, i2, Mission, Corps No. 4, 721 Valencia street; 
Corps No. 6, ll:!9 Market street; Corps No. 9 751 
Market street; Corps No. 10, 158 New Montgomery 
street; Corps No. 11 (Chinese), 815 Sacramento street. 

Salvation Army Woodyard. 564 Howard street. 

Seventh Day Adventists. Laguna street, be- 
tween Golden Gate avenue and McAllister. Elder 
J. (). Corliss, Pastor ; residence, Fruitvale. Services 
on babbath (Saturday). 11 a. m. ; oq Sunday, 7-30 p M 
and Sal)l>ath School, 9:45 a.m.; prayer meeting! 
Wednesday evening. 

Silent Workers. 928 Harrison street. Miss R. 
Esther Smith, Superintendent. 



Exchanges. 



COLLEGES AND PRIVATE 
SCHOOLS. 

Academy op Languages (de Filippe's). 320 
Post street. Prof. T. B. de Filippe, Proprietor. 
thi%^?Ji1 °J THE Sacred Heart. Conducted bv 
an'di;Sn°Lr\'e'ts"'^^*'' ""''''■ ''''''''''' ^li 
8t?e°e^^''^ Jeanne, Miss, School. 2318 California 

CALIFOP.NIA School op Mechanical Arts, The 
Corner of Sixteenth and Utah streets. Horace Davlf" 

well. President; C. Knight, Secretary; Oscar Lewis 
sJructlon ^- »• V. Raymond, Superintendent of In- 

College of Notre Dame. Dolores street, be- 
tween sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Notre Dame. 

Hastings College op the Law. 808 Mont- 
gomery street. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, LL D 

st^'nni t°/'t,^'^^^'','^.P'"''*'«°° Taylor, Dean; Leonard 
Stone, LL.B., Registrar. 6'20 Parrott Building, 

Irving Institute. Northeast corner of Cali- 
fornia and Buchanan streets. Rev. Edward B 
Church, Principal. 

Ti-H^^'',??^?T^?^'''^ College. Southeast corner of 
.+^-h^ A,^?':^*° streets. Conducted by the Brothers 
id t ^^"*"*° Schools. Brother Florinius, Pres- 

S acred Heart Presentation Convent Cor- 
ner Taylor and Ellis streets. Conducted by the Pre- 
sentatlon Sisters. 

St. Ignatius College. West side of Van Ness 
avenue, between Hayes and Grove. Rev. John P 
Frieden. Superior and President. 

St. .Joseph's Schools. Corner of Tenth and 
Howard streets. Boys' school, conducted by the 

hv^hJ^c' ?^ *^"/y^ l^'' <^1'''«' ^cliool '8 conducted ' 
by the Sisters of the Holy Names. 

St. Paul's German and English School. 
Connected with St. Paul's German Lutheran Church 
Corner Eddy and Gough streets. Prof. J H Har- 
gens. Principal. 

The San Francisco Theological Seminary 
San Anselmo, Marin county. Rev. John Hemphill, 
?n?r- President; Chas. A. Bailey, Business Manager 
20 Montgomery street. 

Trinity School. 8300 Washington street. Rev 
George S. Mead, head master. 
University of the Pacific. Rev. E. McClIsh, 
,. ,".?'''-'^''^'^°J^ "^ University, College Park. Aeon- 
sol dation of the San Jose College, at College Park 
and Napa College, at Napa City, universities estab- 
lished by and under the control of the California 
Annual (Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church I. J. Truman, San Francisco, President; 

n^ ^n°?^l^ r}'^''' ^- ^•' Sauta Cruz, Secretary 
Olhce, Call Building. '' 

_^ Women's Educational and Industrial Union 
I Van Ness avenue. Mme. Louise A. Sorbier Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Dr. R. W. Payne, Recording Secretary; 
Miss M. B. Sorbier, Corresponding Secretary 



COURTS. 



For United States Courts, see Federal Government 
othcers. For Superior, Justice's and Police Courts 
see City and County Government. For Supreme 
Court, see State officers. 



EXCHANGES. 



Builders' Exchange, The. 40 New Montgom- 
ery street. S. H. Kent, President; Jas. A. Wilson, 
Secretary. Exchange hours, 12 m. to 2 p. m. each day. 
Building open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Board of 
Directors meet last Fridays of each month at 1:15 

p. M. 

Merchants' Exchange Association. Mer- 
chants Exchange building. G. W. McNear, Presi- 
dent ; H. T. Emery, Manager and Secretary. 



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Exchanges. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



federal Government Officers. 



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Pacific Stock Exchange. 316 Montgomery 
street. I. Herzberg, President; "Wm. J. Donovan, 
Secretary. 

SAif Francisco Produce Exchange. Meets 
dally »t 10:30 a. m., In rooms In Merchants' Exchange 
Building. 425 California street. G. W. McNear, Presi- 
dent; T. C. Frledlander, Secretary; office, 433 Cali- 
fornia street. 

San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board. 
Meetings held dally at 9:30 a. m. and 2:30 P. m., at 
331 Pine street. E. P. Barrett, President; Fred W. 
Hadley, Secretary. 

Stock and Bond Exchange. Board room, 62 
Merchants" Elxchange; sessions 10:30 a. ji. and 2 p. m. 
Edward PolUtz, President; H. S. Manhelm, Chair- 
man; Harry Schwartz, Secretary; Daniel Meyer, 
Treasurer. 



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 
OFFICERS. 

Army United States, Departmemt of Califor- 
nia (embraeJQg the States of California, Nevada 
and the Hawaiian Islands) — Major General William 
R. Shafter, U. S. V., Commanding. Headquarters, 
Phelan building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Peksonai, Staff— First Lieut. Eugene T. Wilson, 
Third Artillery, Aid. 

Department Staff — Lieutenant Colonel John B 
Babcock, Assistant Adjutant General, Adjutant 
General of the Department; Major Stephen W 
Groesbeck, .ludge Advocate: Lieutenant Colonel 
James M. Marshall, Deputy Quartermaster Gen 
era]. Chief Quartermaster; Lieut. -Colonel Marlon P 
Maus, Inspector General; Major Hugh J. Gallagher 
Chlet Commissary; Colonel W. H. Forwood, As 
slstaut Surgeon General, Chief Surgeon; Lieut. 
Colonel Frank M. Coxe, Assistant Paymaster 
General. Chief Paymaster; Major Frank Greene 
Signal Corps. Chief Signal Officer; Lleiit.Culonel 
Edward Field. Third Artillery, Artillery Inspector 
Major William H. Arthur, Attending Surgton and 
Assistant to Chief Surgeon. 

Inspector General's Department — Lieutenant 
Colonel Marlon P. Maus, Inspector General of the 
Pacific District, San Francisco, Cal. 

Medical Department — Major J. D. Hall, In 
charge of Medical Supply Depot, San Francisco. Cal. 
Major A. C. Girard, Commanding U. S. General Hos- 
pital, Presidio, San Francisco, Cal. 

Ordnance Department— Colonel Alfred Morde- 
cal. Commanding, Benlcla Arsenal, Cal. 

Pat Department— Colonel Frank M. Coxe, Chief 
Paymaster of the Department San Francisco, Cal., 
Major Charles E. Kllbourne, Paymaster, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Quartermaster's Department — Lieutenant Colo- 
nel James M. Marshall, Chief Quartermaster of the 
Department, San Francisco, Cal.; Major Oscar F. 
Long, Depot Quartermaster, 36 New Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Subsistence Department — Major William H. 
Baldwin, Commissary of Subsistence, Purchasing 
Commissary, 36 New Montgomery street, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; Major G. W. Kuthers, Commissary of 
Subsistence, U. S. V., Assistant to the Purchasing 
Commissary, 103 Market street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Engineer's Department, U. S. Army (Pacific 
Coast)— Colonel S. M. Mansfield, Division Engineer 
of the Pacific Division, San Francisco, Cal.; Major 
W. H. Heuer, River and Harbor Works; Major 
Charles E. L. B. Davis, Fortification Works. San 
Francisco Harbor and Engineer Twelfth Light House 
District, San Francisco, Cal.; Captain James J. 
Mevler, Fortifications and Harbor Improvements, 
In Southern California. Los Angeles. Cal; First Lieu- 
tenant Herbert Deakyne under the immediate orders 
of Major Davis; Second Lieutenant Wm. Kelly, 
under the Immediate orders of Major Davis. 

Board of Examining Surgeons for Pension- 
ers— Room 4, 1170 Market street. Joseph Pescia, 
M. D., D. F. Ragan, M. D., Max Magnus, M. D. Meet 
Wednesdays and Thursdays; hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. 

Branch Hydrographtc Office, United States 
Navy— Merchants' Exchange Building. Lieutenant 
Commander C. G. Calkins, U. S. N., in charge; J. T. 
McMillan, Nautical Expert; C. H. Turner, Messenger. 



California Debris Commission— Colonel Samuel 
M. Mansfield (Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.), Presi- 
dent; Major W. H. Heuer and First Lieutenant Her- 
bert Deakyne (Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.) Mem- 
bers, office, 59 Flood Building. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Western Coast 
Division). Office, rooms 33 and 39, U. S. Appraisers' 
Building. Augustus F. Kodgers, Edmund F. Dickins, 
Fremont Morse, H. P. Rltter, Ferdinand Westdahl, 
H. S. Ballard and Frank W. Edmonds, Assistants, 
San Francisco; J. J. Gilbert, Assistant, Olympia, 
Wash.; Wm. E. Taliaferro, Clerk, San Francisco. 

Collector of the Port— John P. Jackson, office, 
Custom House; E. B. Jerome, Chief Clerk and 
Assistant Custodian; Newton S. Farley and Stanley 
Jackson, Deputies; George W. Cope, Auditor; 
William B. Hamilton, Cashier; Harlow H. White, 
Adjuster of Duties; J. W. Probasco, Ganger. 

Internal Revenue Collector— John C. Lynch; 
Robert N. Frick, Chief Deputy; Clement G. Perkins, 
Cashier. 

Master and Examiner in Chancery, U. S. Cir- 
cuit Court— E. H. Heacock, room 87, Appraisers' 
building; Clerk, A. B. Kreft. 

National Quarantine Station, Angel Island— 
S. D. Brooks, Surgeon In command; Assistant Sur- 
geon, Henry S. Mathewson; Hospital Steward, 
Charles Slough. 

Naval Officer— John P. Irish, office, Custom 
House; Edwin W. Maslln, Deputy. 

Post Office, Northwest corner Washington and 
Battery streets— W. W. Montague, Postmaster; B. 

F. McKlnley, Assistant; Alex M. Cox, Superin- 
tendent of City Delivery; Steuart Aldrlch, Superin- 
tendent of Money Order Division; John L. Meares, 
Superintendent of Registry Division; Daniel S. 
Richardson, General Superintendent; E. A. O'Con- 
nor, Cashier. 

Post Office Inspectors— Room 78c, Appraisers' 
Building. Robert R. Munro, Inspector in charge. 
Inspectors— John O. Culver, James W. Erwin, M. H. 
Flint, W. A. Robinson, H. B. Hall, Dennis Coyne, 
Lorin H. Bricker. Robert W. Madden, Horatio A. 
McCormIck, Stenographer. 

Special Agents U. S. Treasury Department— 
Rooms 7 and 9, Appraisers' Building. James D. 
Power, Special Agent in charge; G. E. Channing and 

G. R. Vernon, Special Employees. 
Superintendent Railway Mail Service. 

—Herbert P. Thrall, office, southwest corner Jackson 
and Battery streets; Harry Lewis, Assistant: F. I. R. 
Moore, Chief Clerk; F. P. Howland, A. H. Stephens, 
H. M. Liusley and A. Richards, Clerks; Joseph P. 
Brltt and H. G. Foote, Stenographers. 

Surveyor of Customs— Joseph S. Spear Jr., 
office. Custom House; Chauncey M. St. John, 
Deputy. 

U. S. Appraiser of Merchandise — John T. Dare, 
rooms 29 to 31, Appraisers' Building. 
Assistants — James B. Stevens and Jacob Shaen. 
Clerks— Charles A. Reynolds and George B. Edgar. 
Examiners— John A. Sampson, George A. Rey- 
nolds, James W. Maguire, Charles J. Evans, 
Raymer Sharp, Louis J. Phelps and L. A. Kent. 
Samplers— Wm. K. Hatch, James D. Whalen, M. 
K. Nicholson and T. K. Romaine. 

U. S. Circuit Court, Northern District of Callfor, 
nia — Room 46, Appraisers' Building; Clerk's 
office, room 51. 

Judges— W. B. Gilbert, E. M. Ross and W. W. 
Morrow. 

Clerk— Southard Hoffman. 

Deputy Clerk— W. B. Beaizley. 

Assistant Clerk— John A. Schaertzer Jr. 

U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, for the Ninth 
Circuit — Room 14^, Appraisers' Building; 
Clerk's office, room 44, Appraisers' Building. 
Circuit Judges— William B. Gilbert, Ersklne M. 
Ross and William W. Morrow. 

District Judges — Hiram Knowles, CorD«luls H, 
Hanford, Thomas P. Hawley, James H. Beatty- 
Charles B. Bellinger, Olln Wellborn and John 
J. DeHaven. 

Clerk— Frank D. Monckton. 

Deputy Clerk -Meredith Sawyer. 

Marshal — John H. Shine. 

U. S. Commissioner of Immigration — Hart H. 
North, rooms 73-75, U. S. Appraisers' Building. 
Inspectors — A. H. Geffeney, H. H. Schell A. de la 
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UxiTED States Cummissioxeks — George E. Morse, 
James S. Mauley, room 63, V. S. Appraisers' 
Building, and E. H. Heacock, room 87, Ap- 
praisers' Building. 
U. S. Attorney— Frank L. Coomlis, room 61, Ap- 
praisers" Building. 

Assistants— Marshall B. "Woodworth and Edward J. 
Banning. 

Chief Clerk— J. B. Sherrard; Assistant Clerk. 
Fred M. Brown. 

Chinese Interpreter— David D. Jones. 

U. S. District Court, for the Northern District of 
California — Room 60, Appraisers' Building; 
Clerk's office, room 63. 

Judge — John J. DeHaven. 

Clerk and U. S. Commissioner — George E. Morse. 

Deputy Clerk and U. S. Commissioner— James S. 
Manley. 

Assistant Clerk — John Fouga. 

United States Geological Survey — H. W. Tur- 
ner, Geologist, room T8b, Appraisers' Building. 
United States Internal Revenue Agent — 
Bert M. Thomas, room 11, Appraisers' Building. 
Deputy Collector— Frank D. Worth. 
Special Gauger- John G. Meyer, Jr. 

United States Land Office— S. S. Morton, Re- 
ceiver; A. B. Hunt, Register; 610 Commercial 
street. 
Clerks— F. B. English, F. T. Dunn. 

United States Life-Sating Service — Major 
T. J. Blakeney, Superintendent Twelfth Life- 
Savlng District, room 3.5, Appraisers' Building. 

Assistant Inspector — Captain Fred M. Munger. 

Clerk— Edward AV. Smith. 

Stations in San Francisco— Fort Point Llfe-Saving 
Station, Presidio Reservation; Golden Gate 
Park Llfe-Saving Station, south of Cliff House; 
South Side Life-Saving Station, Ocean Beach. 

United States Lighthouse Engineer— Major 
Charles E. L. B. Davis, U. S. A., Engineer; 
office. 89-if2 Flood Building. 

Clerks— A. Newbold. Arthur W. Smith. 

Messenger— Emil J. Haquette. 

United States Lighthouse Inspector — Uriel 
Sebree, U. S. X.. Commander; office 402-404 
Safe Deposit Building. 
Clerks— Charles H. Thompson, Edward M. Shaw, 
Fritz B. Sellman. 

United States Local Inspector of Boilers, 
Steam and Sail Vessels— John K. Bulger, 
room 21, Appraisers' Building. 
Assistant — Addison M. Goodrich. 

United States Local Inspector of Hulls, 
Steam and Sail Vessels— O. F. Bolles, room 
21, Appraisers' Building. 
Assistant — Thomas P. Deerlng. 

United States Marine Hospital — Mountain 
Lake. Presidio Reservation; office, room 1, Ap- 
praisers' Building; Surgeon James M. Gassa- 
way in command. 

United States Marshal of Northern District 
OF California— J. H. Shine; office, Ap- 
praisers' Building, room 45. 
Chief Office Deputy— A. L. Parish. 

Office Deputies— S. P. Monckton, Henry M. Moffitt, 
George H. Burnham and Edward H. Morse. 

United States Mint— The law for the establish- 
ment and regulation of the Mint of the United States 
provides that any person may deposit gold bullion for 
coinage or to be made into line bars, the bars to be 
stamped in such manner as shall indicate the weight, 
fineness and value of same. In case of silver bullion, 
deposits are received only for manufacture into line 
bars, the Government reserving the right to make its 
silver coin from bullion purchased in the market. 
Office hours from !i a. m. to 4 p. m.; gold bullion 
received daily from 9 a. m. to 12 m.; visitors admit- 
ted dally from 9 to 11::30 a. m. 

Superintendent — Frank A. Leach. 

Melter and Rellner — Alexander Martin. 

Coiner— Daniel T. Cole. 

Assayer— Charles H. Sherman. 

United States Navy Pay Office— Offlce, 330 
Phelan Building. 

Theodore S. Thompson, Pay Inspector, U. S. N. 

Chief Clerk— George L. Foreman. 

Clerks— C. W. Edgcumbe, Thomas A. Bush. Wil- 
liam H. Bartlett and A. F. Gomez. 



United States Pension Agency— Pension Agent, 
Jesse B. Fuller: office, 4th floor, 101 Sansome 
street. 

Chief Clerk— A. Mautner. 
United States Revenue Cutter Service— C. L. 
Hooper, Captain R. C. S., Superintendent of 
Construction and Repair. Pacltic Coast; J. A. 
Doyle, Chief Engineer, R. C. S., Assistant to 
Engineer-in-Chief on Pacific Coast; Daniel P. 
Foley, First Lieutenant, R. C. S.; John Mel, 
Second Lieutenant. R C. S.; otfice, room 79, 
Appraisers' Building. 
United States Secret Service— Agent, George 
W. Hazen ; office, room 12, Appraisers' Building. 
United States Shipping Commissioner — Charles 
F. Bassett, rooms 13-15, Appraisers' Building. 

Chief Deputy— Stafford H. Parker. 

Deputies— Joseph F. Curtin, Henry AV. Groth, 
James B. Newsom, Thomas H. Murphy and 
John W. Danks. 
United States Sub-Treasury — Assistant Treas- 
urer — Julius Jacobs, 608 Commercial street; 
office hours, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Acting Assistant Treasurer and Cashier— Thomas 
P. Burns. 
United States Supervising Inspector of Steam 
and Sail Vessels, First District— John Ber- 
mingham, room 21, Appraisers' Building. 

( lerks— Thomas R. Craigle and Henry L. AVaters. 
United States Surveyor-General for Califor- 
nia — J. M. Gleaves, 610 Commercial street. 

Chief Clerk— J. M. Gleaves. Jr. 

Chief Draughtsman— J. H. AVildes. 

Corresponding Clerk— Miss E. D. Pratt. 
United States AVeather Bureau — Office, 10th 
floor Mills Building. 

Forecast Official— Ale.xander G. McAdle. 

Local Forecast Official— G. H. AA'ilson. 

Observers— AV. Norrington, AV. J. Reed. C. E. EUen- 
berger, AV. Mowrer. H. E. Smith and AValter H. 
SchoU. 

Messenger — AVm. Fahlbusch. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN SAN 



FRANCISCO. 



Argentine Republic — AVenceslao T. Loaiza. 216 
Sansome. 

AusTRO-HuNGARiAN EMPIRE— Francis Korbel, 203 
Battery. 

Belgium— Leon Gulslaln, 207 Battery. "Wilfrid B. 
Chapman, Honorary Consul, 123 California. 

Bolivia— Belisario Melo, 606 Montgomery. 

Chile— Juan Astorga Pereira, Consul-General, 318 
Pine, room 15. 

China— Ho Yow, Consul-General, 806 Stockton. 

Costa Rica— Joseph M. Tlnoco, Consul-General, 
606 Montgomery, room '23. 

Denmark— Hans H. Blrkholm, Consul, Murphy 
Building. 

Ecuador— Luigl F. Lastreto, 318 Front. 

France — A. de Trobrland, Consul-General, Paul 
Antoine, A'lce-Consul, 316a Post. 

German Empire — Adolph Rosenthal, Consul-Gen- 
eral, Oswald Lohan, Vice-Consul, 318 Sacramento. 

Great Britain — W. Clayton Pickersglll, Consul- 
General, 506 Battery. 

Greece — August Goustiaux, 625 Union. 

Guatemala— Felipe Galicla, 421 Market, room 69. 

Honduras — Eustorjlo Calderon, 578 Sutter. 

Italy— Carlo F. Serra, 506 Battery, rooms 1-2. 

Japan- Count Hlroklchl Mutsu, 420 California, 
rooms 10-13. 

Mexico — Alexander K. Coney, Consul-General, 604 
Clay. 

Nicaragua— Carlos A. Lacayo, Consul General, 
Safe Deposit Bldg. 

Paraguay — P. J. Van Loben Sels, 410 Battery. 

Persia— George E. P. Hall, Consul-General, 540 
Parrott Building. 

Peru— Enrique Grou, 606 Montgomery. 

Portugal— Ignacio da Costa Duarte, Consul, 605 
Clay; H. J. Laldley, Vice-Consul, 323 Montgomery. 



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Republic or Colombia— Beluarlo Melo, 606 Mont- 
gomery. 

Russia— Vladimir A. Artslmovltch, Consul-Gen- 
eral, 606 Safe Deposit Building; Horace G. Piatt, 
VIce-Consul, 42-44 Mills Building, 9th floor. 

Salvadok— Encarnaclon Mejia, Consul-General, 
Safe Deposit Building. 

Spain . 

8 WEDKX AXD Norway— Henry Lund, 214 California. 

Switzerland — Antolne Borel, 311 Montgomerj'. 

The Nethkklaxds— Leon Gulslain, Acting Con- 
sul, 207 Battery. 

Turkey— George E. P. Hall. Consul-General, 540 
Parrott Building. 

Uraguay— Jose Costa, 114 Montgomery. 

Venezuela. — HOB Montgomery. 



OFFICERS OF STATE OF 
CALIFORNIA. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Location, S2o Market Street, Parrolt Building 
Chief Justice— W. H. Beatty. 
Justice— T. B. McFarland. 
Justice— Ralph C. Harrison. 
Justice — C. H. Garoutte. 
Justice— Jackson Temple. 
Justice— F. "W. Henshaw. 
Justice — Walter Van Dyke. 

Attorney-General— Tirey L. Ford, Ciaus Spreckels 
Building. 

Assistant Attorney-General — C. N. Post, Claus 
Spreckels Building. 

Deputy Attorney-General— George A. Sturte- 
vant, Claus Spreckels Building. 

Deputy Attorney-General— William M. Abbott, 
Claus Spreckels Building. 

Deputy Attorney-General— A. A. Moore, Jr., 
Claus Spreckels Building. 

Reporter— C. P. Pomeroy. 

Assistant Reporter— H. L. Gear. 

[)lerk— George W. Root. 

:;hief Deputy Clerk— .\.W. Johnson. San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk— J. J. Duncan, San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk— M. A. Root, San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk— F. T. Barnet, San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk— C. E. Bailie, Sacramento. 

Deputy Clerk— H. G. Simpson, Los Angeles. 

Secretary— H. C. Finkler. 

Secretary— R. A. Marshall. 

Phonographic Reporter — E. A. Glrviu. 

Reporter— L. A. Washburne. 

Librarian— Benjamin Edson. 

Supreme Court Commissioners— John Haynes, E. 
W. Britt, Wheaton A. Gray. N. P. Chlpman, 
James A. Cooper; D. B. Woolf, Secretary. 

Bailiff— Ezra E. Washburn. 

Bailiff— A. W. Poole. 

Department 1— Presiding Justice— Ralph C. Harri- 
son. 
Justice— C. H. Garoutte. 
Justice— Walter Van Dyke. 

Department 2— Presiding Justice— T. B. McFar- 
land. 
Justice— Jackson Temple. 
Justice— F. W. Henshaw. 

3an Francisco District— Alameda, Contra Costa, 
Del Norte, Fresno, Humboldt, Lake, Marin, 
Mariposa, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San 
Benito, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, 
San Mateo, Sonoma. 

Los Angeles District— Inyo, Kern, Los Angeles, 
Orange, Riverside. San Bernardino, San Diego, 
San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura. 



Sacramento District— Alpine, Amador, Butte- 
Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, King, 
Lassen, Madera, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Nevada, 
Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin, 
Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Stanislaus, 
Sutter. Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, 
Yolo, Yuba. 

Sessions— San Francisco — Second Monday In Janu- 
ary; third Monday In July. Los Angeles— First 
Monday in .April; second Monday in October. 
Sacramento — First Monday in May; second 
Monday in November. All remittiturs will 
issue from the San Francisco office. 

Governor— Henry T. Gage; salary, «6,000. 
Private Secretarj-- W. I. Foley; salary, 84,000. 
Executive Clerk- W. H. Davis; salary, 82,600. 

Lieutenant-Governor— Jacob H. Neff, ex-officlo 
President of the Senate, at 810 per diem. 

Attorney-General — Tirey L. Ford; salary 83,000. 
First Assistant— C. N. Post; salary, 82,700. 

Clerk of Supreme Court— George W. Root; salary, 

S.3,000. 
Controller— Edward P. Colgan; salary, 83.000. 
Secretary of State— Charles F. Curry; salary, 

83,000. 
Deputy — John Hoesch; salary, 82,400. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — Thomas 
J. Kirk; salary, 83,000. 

Superintendent of State Printing — A. J. John- 
ston; salary, 83,000. 

Surveyor-General- M. J. Wright: salary, 83,000. 
Deputy— F. E. Wright; salary, 82.400. 
(The Surveyor-General is ex-officlo Register of the 
State Land Office.) 

Treasurer — Truman Reeves; salary, 83,000. 

Adult Blind Home (Oakland). 
Trustees— John P. Irish, N. W. Spaulding, William 

S. Wells. G. E. Randolph and H. M. Sanborn. 
Superintendent — Joseph Sanders. 

Agnews Hospital for Chronic Insane (Agnews). 
Chairman Board of Directors— J. R. Curnow, San 

Jose. 
Secretary — T. S. Montgomery. 

Agriculture, Board of. 
President — A. B. Spreckels, San Francisco. 
Secretary — Peter J. Shields, Sacramento. 

Analyst. State— Profes.sor W. B. Rising, University 
of California, Berkeley. 

Auditing Board of the Commission of Public 
Works — H. .J. Corcoran. Stockton; CJeorge W. 
Tatter-son. Stockton; Gillis Doty, Sacramento; 
John Markley, Sonoma; Thomas B. Hall, Sacra- 
mento. 

Bank Commissioners— John Markley, Bernard D. 
Murphy, A. W. Barrett. 
Secretary — Charles H. Dunsmoor, 530 California. 

Building and Loan Association Commission- 
ers. Frank H. Gould, Stockton: E. D. Mc- 
Cabe, Sacramento. James L. Fields, Secretary, 
109 California street. 

Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, Asylum for 
(Berkeley). 

President Board of Trustees— A. J. Ralston. 

Superintendent— W. Wilkinson. 
Debris Commissioner— John F. Kidder,6ras8Valley. 
Dental Examiners, Board of. 

President- G. S. Bachman, San Francisco. 

Secretary— W. A. Moore, Benlcla. 

Department of Highways — Joseph L. Maude, 
Commissioner, Riverside. 

Education, Board of— Is composed of the Gov- 
ernor, Superintendent Public Instruction, 
President University of California, Professor of 
Pedagogy, University of California, Principals 
Normal Schools of San Jose, Los Angeles, 
Chlco, San Diego and San Francisco. 

Equalization, Board of (Office, Sacramento)— 
Alex. Brown, Milton, President; L. H. Brown, 
R. H. Beamer and T. O. Toland: E. P. Colgan, 
Controller and ex-officlo. 

Examiners, Board of — Composed of the Governor, 
the Secretary of State, and the Attorney- 
General. 
Secretary— Daniel Kevane. 



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Feeble Mixded Children, Home for (Eldrldge, 
Sonoma County). 
Trustees— R. R. Reibensteln, Stockton; John T. 
Harrington. Colusa ; T. P. Woodward, San Fran- 
cisco; F. W. Lougee, San Francisco; Robert 

A. Poppe, Sonoma. 

Superintendent and Secretary— A. E. Osborne, M. D. 
Eldrldge. 

Fish Commissioxers— A. T. Vogelsang, San Fran- 
cisco, Henry W. Keeler. Santa Monica and 
Charles Gould, Oakland. 

Fkuit Pests, Inspector of— TV. G. Klee, Berkeley. 

Harbor Commissioners. 
Eureka. Humboldt Bay— David Evans, President: 

H. L. Kicks and I. R. Brown. 
San Diego— Norman H. Conklin, President; Frank 

H. Dixon. Secretary. 
San Francisco (Union Depot and Ferry Building)— 
Paris Kilburn. President; P. J. Harney and 
Rudolph Herrold, Jr. William D. English, 
Secretary. 

Health, Board of— R. W. Hill, Los Angeles, C. W. 
Xuttlng. Etna Mills; C. A. Ruggles. Stockton; 
D. D. CTOwley. Oakland; A. M. Henderson. Sac- 
ramento; W." P. Mathews. Sacramento, Louis 
Bazet. San Francisco. Garret W. McEnerney, 
Attorney. 

HoRTicrLTtJRE. BOARD OF— Elwood CoopcT, Santa 
Barbara, President; B. M. Lelong. Secretary. 

INSUKAXCE Commissioner— Andrew J. Clunie. San 
Francisco; M. M. Rhorer, Deputy. Office, 
Clunie Building. 

Labor Statistics BuREAr— F. V. Meyers, Com- 
missioner, San Francisco. Office 927 Market 
street. 

LrBBARiAN. State— J. L. Gillls; Margaret Eastman, 
Chief Deputy. 

Mendocino Insane Astlvm. Ukiah— Trustees: J. 
H. Seawell. President, Ukiah; J. C. Ruddock, 
M. Gardner, J. Q. White and A. W. Foster. 

Mineralogist— A. S. Cooper, Ferry Building, San 
Francisco. 

Mining BrREAtr- W. S. Keyes, President: Thomas 

B. Bishop. J. E. Doollttle, A. F. Morrison and 
J. F. Parks; H. S. Durden, Secretary. 

Napa Insane Asylum, Napa City- Trustees: H. H. 

Harris. A. W. Barrett. Raleigh Barcar, R. P. 

Lamdin and E. E. Washburn. 
Normal School at Chico, Butte County— Minor L. 

Seymour, Acting Principal. 
Normal school at Los Angeles— Edward T. 

Pierce, Principal. 
Normal School at San Jose— James McNaughton, 

Principal. 
Normal School at San Diego— Samuel T. Black, 

Principal. 
Normal School at San Francisco— Frederic L. 

Burk, Principal. 

Notaries Public— (See Business Directory.) 

Pharmacy, Board of— Samuel Oberdeener, E. A. 
Baer, Charles A. Seifert. Howard M. Sale, W. 
M. Searby, Samuel L. Waller, A. G. Arena. 

Pilot Commissioners, Eureka, Humboldt Bay- 
Peter Belcher, H. Kingston and Peter Carsaw. 

Pilot Commissioner, San Diego— Amun Sevort. 
Pilot Commissioners. San Pedro and Wilmington 
— D. W. Weldt and Alexander Smith. 

Pilot Commissioners, San Francisco, Mare Island 
and Benicia— Office, 506 Battery street. Richard 
S. Alexander, William G. Leale and Charles H. 
S. Pratt. 

Pilots— Office— 506 Battery— Frank Boyd, Thomas 
H. Barber, Stephen Castle, J. S. Dolliver, M. 

C. Erskine. E. M. Freeman, George Scott, 
Frederic E. Mathleson, F. W. Jordan, N. B. 
Jordan, George D. Korts, J. E. McCulloch, 
Frank Murphv. Louis Meyer, James Miller, 
John W. Ott, Charles W. Reed, Alexander 
Swanson, Daniel Haskell, George E. Wallace. 

Port Warden, San Diego- C. H. Davis. 

Port Wardens, San Francisco— Office, Clay Street 
Wharf. R. E. Nickel, Charles F. Kenneally, 
Charles H. Spear and F. W. Burnett. 



Preston School of Industry. lone, Amador 
County— Trustees: E. M. Preston, President, 
Nevada City; Varney W. GasklU and Charles 
H. Duuton;"B. T. K. Preston, Secretary; D. S. 
Hlrshberg, Superintendent. 

Prison Directors— R. M. Fitzgerald, James H. 
Wilkins, Don Ray, Daniel E. Hayes and Robert 
T. Devlin. 

Railroad Commissioners— E. B. Edson, President, 
Gazelle; C. S. Laumeister, San Francisco; and 
N. Blackstock, Ventura. W. T. Sesnon, Secre- 
tary, office, room 27, Chronicle Building. 

Registrar of Voters— Thomas J Walsh, City Hall. 

Southern California Insane Asylum, Patton, 
San Bernardino County— H. L. Drew, San Ber- 
nardino; H. W. Patton, Los Angeles; J. A. 
Gibson. San Diego; John McGonigle, Ventura; 
James C. Kays, Los Angeles. 

Warden, San Quentin Prison— M. G. Aguirre. 

Warden, Folsom Prison— Charles Aull. 

Stockton Insane Asylum, Stockton— Trustees: 
John N. Woods, John T. Doyle, A. McDonald, 
John C. Thompson and Joseph Steffens. Asa 
Clark, M. D., Superintendent; J. H. Hough, 
Secretary. 

Sutter's Fort Trustees — C. E. Holllster, Court- 
land; Walter W. Greer. Frank D. Ryan, Sacra- 
mento; Thomas Flint, Jr., San Juan; and H. S. 
Martin, San Francisco. 

University of California— Regents: Charles 
W. Slack, J. B. Relnstein, John E. Budd, 
Arthur W. Foster. W. T. Wallace, I. W. Hellman, 
Mrs. Phoebe A.. Hearst, J. F. Houghton, A. 
Rodgers. J. A. Waymire, C. Rowell, Stephen 
M. White, W. H. L. Barnes and George C. 
Pardee. 

Veterinary Medical Board— W. E. D. Morrison, 
President. Los Angeles; J. J. Streets, Ventura; 
D. F. Fox. Sacramento; H. F. Spencer. San 
Jose. W. J. Oliver, Secretary, Los Angeles. 

Whittier Home for Juvenile Offenders — 
Trustees: Dr. Walter Lindley, James Clark and 
Mrs. Adina Mitchell. T. B. Van Alstyne, 
Superintendent. 

TOSEMITE AND MaRIPOSA BIG TREE GUARDIANS— 

Henry T. Gage, ex officio President, Sacra- 
mento ; Abbott Kinnev, Charles S. Givens, 
W. W. Foote. Charles "G. Clinch, W. G. Ker- 
choflf, W. H. Metson, W. Henshaw and John C. 
Kirkpatrick. J. J. Lermen, Secretary. Clans 
Spreckels Bldg.,San Francisco; Miles Wallace, 
Guardian. 



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HOSPITALS, HOMES AND 
ASYLUMS. 

Aemitage Orphanage of San Francisco. 
Location of the orphanage. San Mateo. Office of the 
Society, 530 California street, room 38, San Fran- 
cisco. Rt. Rev. W. F. Nichols. President, San 
Mateo; L. Wadham, Secretary and Treasurer, 530 
California street; B. F. Le AVarne, Superintendent, 
San Mateo. Branch located at northwest corner 
Folsom and Second streets, where boys who are 
working are given a home. 

BoYS' and Girls' Aid Society. Southeast cor- 
ner Baker and Grove streets. Trustees meet at the 
Home on the second Tuesday of each month. George 
C, Perkins, President; C. A. Westenberg, Superin- 
tendent; Charles R. Allen, Secretary. 

California Eye and Ear Hospital. Location— 

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Mater Misericobdi^. 23 Rlncon place. This 
house of protection and refuge for young women 
of good reputation Is under the charge of the Sisters 
of Mercy. 

MorxT St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Astltim. 
Silver Avenue near Q south. For small boys and 
girls. Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of St. 
Vincent de Paul. 

Mount Zion Hospital Association of San 
Francisco. 2311 Sutter street. William Haas, Presi- 
dent; Meyer H. Levy, Secretary, office, 113 Stockton 
street; Miss Bertha Cohen, Superintendent. 

Old People's Home of San Francisco. 2507 
Pine, corner Pearce. Board of Lady Managers; Mrs. 
D. E. Friele, President; Mrs. Geo. B. "Warren, Secre- 
tary; Rev. (Charles McKelvey, Superintendent and 
Chaplain; Mrs. Charles McKelvey. Matron, M. E. 
Rumwell, Physician. Business meetings of the 
Board of Lady Manager.s are held on the first Wed- 
nesday of each month at 10:30 a. m. Board of 
Trustees: William H. Croclcer, President; Mrs. Geo. 
B. Warren, Secretary. 

Orphan Asylum (Roman Catholic). N street south 
between Eighteenth and Twentieth avenues. Under 
the charge of the Sisters of Charity. 

Our Lady's Home. For Aged and Infirm Fe- 
males. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. A per- 
manent building is being erected in Frultvale, 
Alameda County. Present location, Rincon place, 
adjoining St. Mary's Hospital. 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home 
Society. Asylum — East side of Devisadero street, 
between Hayes and Grove. Formed for the care, 
relief, protection and improvement of orphan child- 
ren, and for the care of aged Israelites who are with- 
out adequate means of support. S. W. Levy, Presi- 
dent; Leo Eloesser, Secretary; David Michael, Col- 
lector; Henry Mauser, Superintendent; Mrs. Henry 
Mauser, Matron. The Home for Aged Israelites (a 
branch of the Society) is located at the corner of 
Silver avenue and Mission street. Mrs. Johanna 
Levy, Matron. Secretary's office, 113 Stockton street, 
(old No. 105.) 

Pacific Hospital. Northeast corner Stockton 
and Chestnut streets. H. A. Hess, M. D., President 
and Surgeon in Charge; Rev. F. S. Ford, Secretary. 
Owned and operated by the Christian Hospital Asso- 
ciation. 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies' Home, The. 
Golden Gate avenue, between Central and Masonic 
avenues. Established for the permanent care and 
maintenance of poor, aged or infirm women who are 
members of the Episcopal Church. Mrs. E. B. San- 
chez, President. 

Quarantine Hospital. Angel Island. Joseph J. 
KInyoun, M. D., in charge. 

Receiving Hospital. New City Hall. In charge 
of Police Surgeons. (See Board of Health.) 

San Francisco Ladiks' Protection and Relief 
Society. Franklin street, between Post and Geary. 
Mrs. George Barstow, President; Miss Kate F. 
Hutchinson, Recording Secretary, 1910 Howard street. 

San Francisco Methodist Orphanage. 2864 
Twenty-fifth street. R. Bentley. D. D.. President, 
Berkeley; E. R. Dills, D. D., Secretary, Oakland: 
I. J. Truman, Treasurer, San Francisco. 

San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Chil- 
dren. 1534 Mission street. Mrs. William Frank, 
President; Mrs. William Jackson, Secretary. A 
home for little ones under twelve years. 

San Francisco Protestant Orphan Asylum 
Society. Halght street, between Laguna and Bu- 
chanan. Mrs. William Alvord, President; Mrs. Fred- 
erick MacCrellish, Secretary; Mrs. Albert T. Spotts, 
Assistant Secretary; Mrs. E. A. McNear, Matron. 

Southern Pacific Company Hospital. West 
side of Mission street, between 14th and 15th. Matthew 
Gardner, Chief Surgeon; W. J. Henese^^ Resident 
Physician. 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan Asylum. 
Buena Vista and Central avenues. For the care, 
maintenance and education of orphans, half-orphjns 
and abandoned children of all denominations and na- 
tionalities. In charge of the Sisters of St. Francis. 

St. Luke's Hospital. Established In 1871. East 
side Valencia near Twenty-dlghth street. Johnson 
V. D. Middleton, M. D., President and Manager; 
Edwin C. Van Dyke, Resident Physician. 



Calieornia Girls' Training Home. 147 Natuma 
street. Object— To provide a home for girls from 10 
to IS years old. from any part of the State, and to 
train them to become competent housekeepers. 
President, Mrs. L. M. Howard, 1383 Franklin street, 
Oakland; Recording Secretary. Mrs. F. M. Gilley, 
830 Church street; Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. 
Rose M. French, 922 Van Ness avenue. 

California Woman's Hospital. 3118 Sacramento 
street. F. W. Vowlnckel, M. D.. Surgeon in charge: 
L H. Hoffman. M. D., Resident Surgeon; John Ber- 
mlngham. President; Abraham Halsey, Secretary 
and Treasurer. Mrs. M. J. Warren. Matron. 

Children's Home Finding Society of Califor- 
KXA, The (incorporated). Headquarters. Columbian 
Building, 916 Market street. Rev. H. W. Brayton, 

A. M., State Superintendent, San Jose. 
City and County Almshouse. Off Corbett 

avenue, near Laguna Honda. (See City and County 
Government.) 

City and County Hospital. Potrero avenue, 
near Twenty-second street. (For officers, see City 
and County Government.) 

Florence Crittenton Home of San Francisco. 
Chas.N. Crittenton, President. New York City; Geo. 
S. Montgomery, VlcePre.'sident, 33 Second street; 
Virginia W. Smiley, M. D., Secretary, 1214 Hyde 
Btreet; Lucia M. Lane, M. P., Manager, office 1214 
Hyde street; Mrs. S. C. Russell, Matron. 

Fred Finch Orphanage. Post office. Diamond, 
Alameda county. Office. Clans SpreckelsBldg. Rev. 

B. Bentlev, D. D.. President, Berkeley; Rev. E. R. 
Dille, D. I)., Secretary, Oakland; I.J.Truman, Treas- 
urer, San Francisco. 

French Hospital. Point Lobos Avenue between 
Fifth and Sixth avenues. Conducted by the French 
Mutual Benevolent Society. R. Chartrey. President ; 
A. Jacquemart, Secretary. Office, 316a Post street. 

German Hospital. Noe street between Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth streets. Owned and controlled 
by the German General Benevolent Society. Office, 
360 Geary Street. Chas. H. Roese, M. D., Resident 
Physician; Frederick H. Rosenbaum, Superinten- 
dent 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled. 507 Lom- 
bard street. Samuel Polack, President ; Mrs. M. 
Kaskell, Secretary; A. Scott, Superintendent; Mrs 
A. Scott, Matron, Dr. E. M. Weiss.Home Physician. 

Hospital for Children and Training School 
fob Nurses. 3700 California street. Dispensary, 1109 
Mission street. General clinics are held daily from 
9 to 10 a. m., and from 3 to 4 p. m., and from 7 to S p. m. 
Tuesday and Friday afternoons diseases of the eye, 
ear, throat and nose are treated. Mrs. W. B. Harring- 
ton. President; Mrs. L. L. Dunbar, Recording Secre- 
tary; Mrs. W. P. Shaw, Corresponding Secretary; 
Emma K. Willits, M. D., Resident Physician; Mrs. 
A. E. Kindelberger, Matron. 

King's Daughters' Home for Incurables. 
317 Francisco street. Mrs. J. G. Clark, President; 
Mrs. Richard Brown, Recording Secretary and 
Superintendent. 

Lane Hospital. Southeast corner Clay and Web- 
ster streets. Dr. L. C. Lane, President; Dr. C. N. 
Elllnwood, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter. 512 Minna 
Btreet. Organized for the purpose of taking care of 
the young children of working women during the 
day, week or month, thus enabling mothers to go 
out to work. Mrs. M. S. Cooper, President; Mrs. 
6. F. Richardson. Recording Secretary; Mrs. G. W. 
Brooks. Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. J. Cunning- 
bam, Matron, 

Maclean Hospital and Sanitarium. 230 Doug- 
lass street, corner Casein avenue. The privilege is 
extended to all physicians to bring their patients 
to this institution for treatment under their own 
direction. 

>Lagdalen Asylum. Potrero avenue, near Twen- 
ty-first street. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 

Maria Kip Orphanage. Northeast corner of 
Seventh avenue and Lake street. Miss Carrie Gwin, 
President; Mrs. Thomas P. Woodward, Secretary; 
Miss Mary Heath, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 
Alice M. Fox, Matron. 

Martin Luther Orphan Asylum. 18 Capp street. 
J. Schwerdt. President; E. Meese, Secretary; Mrs. 
S. Craemer, Matron. 



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streets. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 

St. Zita's Home. Buena Vista avenue, near Cen- 
tral avenue. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Francis. 
This home Is a charitable Institution where poor girls 
of all denominations can find shelter until work can 
be obtained for them. 

Twenty-sixth Street Hospital. (See City 
and County Government.) 

University Mound Old Ladies' Home. Univer- 
sity street, between Fulton and Wayland, University 
Mound tract. Attorney for Home, G. W. Haight, 401 
California street. 

Veterans' Home of California. Is a State 
Home for disabled volunteer soldiers, under the con- 
trol of a board of eleven directors, appointed by the 
Governor of the State. 

Every worthy officer, soldier, sailor, or marine, who 
Is a hoiHi fide resident of the State, and who honor- 
ably served in the Army or Navy of the United 
States during the war with Mexico, the Civil War (or 
in any prior war), and who is in indigent circum- 
stances, and by reason of age. Infirmity, or wounds 
received in service, is incapable of self-support, shall 
be entitled to admission into the Home, subject to 
the laws of the State of California and to the regula- 
tions prescribed by the Board of Directors forits con- 
trol and management. Directors' office, 3'20 Sansome 
street, San Francisco. Directors: S. J. Loop, Presi- 
dent; S. W. Backus. Vice-President; J. C. Currier, 
Chaa. H. Bllnn, Hugh M. Burke, Sol. Cahen. W. L. 
Duncan, P. S. Eastman, J. H. Garrett, A. McMahon, 
M.D., W. J. Ruddick; John Jay Scoville, Secretary; 
C. Mason Kinne, Treasurer. Location of Home- 
Veteran's Home (Post Office), Napa County, Cal. 
(Railroad Station. Yountville.) Col. Geo. W. Walts, 
Commandant; Maj. C. E. Graham, Adjutant; Maj. 
Thos. A. Keables, Medical Director; Capt. W. F. Mc- 
Allister, Asst. Med. Director; Capt. J. J. Lyon, 
(). M. and C. S 

Youths' Directory. 3561 Nineteenth street. 
This institution comprises a Free Intelligence Bu- 
reau and a Temporary Home for friendless boys in 
search of employment. Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, 
President; Rev. D. 0. Crowley, Secretary. 



LABOR AND TRADES UNIONS. 

Labor Council of Federated Trades. Meets 
every Friday evening at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Amalgamated Woodworkers' Union. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at 115 Turk street. 

Amalgamated Sheet and Metal Workers' 
Local Union No. 104. Meets first Friday in each 
month at 121 Eddy street. 

Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and 
Joiners. Meets every alternate Thursday of each 
month at 317 Mason street. 

Amalgamated Society of Engineers. Meets 
the first Saturday of each month at Drew's Hall. 

American Protective Association of Letter 
Carriers. Meets the first and third Thursdays of 
each month at 927 Mission street. 

American Railway Union. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Bakers' Union No. 51. Meets every Saturday 
evening at 819 Howard street. 

Bar and Caterers' Union. Meets the first and 
third Tliursdays of each month at 317 Stockton street. 

Barbers' Association of the Pacific Coast. 
Meets first Monday of each month at 113 Turk street. 

Barbers' Union. Meets every Tuesday evening of 
each month at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Beer Drivers' Union. Meets the second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 121 Eddy street. 

Boilermakers' Union. Meets every Tuesday 
evening of each month in Cambrian Hall. 

Bottlers' Protective Association. Meets at 
852 Howard street. 

Brewery Workmens' Union. Meets every Sat- 
urday evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Brick-Handlers' Protective and Benevolent 
Union of California. Meets the first and third 
Saturdays of each month at 121 New Montgomery 
street. 

Bricklayers' Union. Meets the first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 12i Eddy street. 



Carpenters' Union No. 22. Meets every Friday 
evening at 1133 Mission street. 

Carpenters' Union No. 304. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Carpenters' Union No. 483. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 91o}4 Market street. 

CiGARMAKERs' UNION. Mects the first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 368 Jessie street. 

Cigar-Packers' Union. Meets the first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 539 California street. 

Cloakmakers' Union. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 915^ Market street. 

Confectioners' Union. Meets the first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at 115 Turk street. 

Contracting Plasterers' Association The. 40 
New Montgomery street. 

Coopers' Union. Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days of each month at 102 O'F'arrell street. 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of San Fran- 
cisco. Meets every second and last Saturday in the 
month at 121 Eddy street. 

Electrical Workers' Union. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell St. 

Furniture Workers' Union. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. 

German Bakers' Union No. 21. Meets the sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday afternoons of each month at 
115 Turk street. 

Glassblowers' Union No. 3. Meets the second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month at 121 Eddy st. 

Granite Cutters' Union. Meets the second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at 1159 
Mission street. 

Harnessmakers' Union. Meets the first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 1159 Mission street. 

HoRSESHOERs' UNION. Meets every first and third 
Tuesday evening at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Independent Longshoremen's Union. Meets 
the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 
121 New Montgomery street. 

Ironmolders' Union No. 164. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 1133 Mission street. 

Journeymen Butchers' Union. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 909!^ Market street. 

Journeymen Plumbers' and Gas and Steam 
Fitters' Association (Local No. 69). Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. 

Journeymen Shipwrights' Union. Meets the 
fourth Thursday of each month at 937 Mission street. 

Laborers' and Hodcarriers' Union. Meets the 
second Wednesday of each month at 818 Howard st. 

Lumber Surveyors' Association. Meets the 
first Monday of each month at 129 Mission street. 

Machinists' Union. Meets the first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Marine Engineers' Union. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 36 East street. 

Marine Firemen's Union. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 46 Steuart street. 

Metal Roofers' Union. Meets the first and 
third Wednesdays of the month at 909 Market street. 

Musicians' Union. Meets second Thursday 
afternoon of each month at 421 Post street. 

Painters' Progressive Union No. 1 of Cali- 
fornia. Meets Monday evening of each month at 
915^ Market street. 

Paperhangees' Union. Meets every Friday 
evening at 915).^ Market street. 

Patternmakers' Union. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 55 Third street. 

Pavers' Union. Meets first Monday evening of 
each month at 120 Ninth street. 

Plasterers' Union. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 33 Eddy street. 

Plumbers' Union. Meets first and third Wednes- 
days of each month at Alcazar Building. 

Rattan Workers' Union. Meet.s first Wednes- 
day of each month at 121 New Montgomery street. 

Riggers' and Stevedores' Union. Meets 
every Monday evening at 808 Montgomery street. 

Railroad Brakemen's Union. Meets second 
and fourth Saturdays of each month at 35 Eddy 
street. 



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Railroad Cojtductoks' Union. Meets first and 
third Saturdays of eacti month at 35 Eddy street. 

Railroad Telegraphers' Union. Meets first 
Sunday of each month at 35 Eddy street. 

Sailmakers' Union. Meets first Thursday of 
sach month at 35 Eddy street. 

Sailors' Union of the Pacific. Meels every 
Monday evening at East and Mission streets. 

S. F. Newspaper Carriers' Union. Meets 
lecond and fourth Thursdays of each month at 102 
3'FarrelI street. 

S. F. Printing Pressmens' Union, No. 24. Meets 
,hlrd Monday evening of each month at 14 Third St. 

S. F. Typographical Union No. 21. Office, 533 
Kearny street. Meets last Sunday of each month 
! p. II. at 32 O'Farrell street. 

San Francisco Web Pressmen's Union No. 4. 
Meets first Monday of each month at 14 Third street. 

Scavengers' Protective Union. Meets at 423 
Broadway. 

Ship and Steamboat Joiners' Union. Meets 
ihird Wednesday of each month at 20 Eddy street. 

Ship Caulkers' Association. Meets third Tues- 
lay of each month at 121 New Montgomery street. 

Shipjoiners' Union. Meets third Wednesday of 
sach mouth at 121 New Montgomery street. 

Shipwrights' Union. Meets fourth Thursday of 
sach month at 320 Post street. 

Stevedores' Benevolent Union. Meets every 
ruesday evening at 121 New Montgomery street. 

Stevedores' Union. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at 121 New Montgomery st. 

Stevedores' Engineers' Protective Associa- 
riON. Meets the first and third Friday of each 
nonth at 317 Mason street. 

Stonecutters' Union. Meets the second and 
ourth Sunday at 915)^ Market street. 

Tailors' Union. Meets the second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at 421 Post street. 

Tanners' and Curriers' Union. Meets the 
irst and last "Wednesdays of each month in Mangel's 
lall, Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

Theatrical Employees' Union. Meets the first 
Thursday of each month, at 2:30 p. m., at 414 Mason 
itreet. 

Typographia Union No. 22. Meets the last 
Sunday of each month, at 2 p. m., at 539 California 
Itreet. 

United Brotherhood of Labor. Meets every 
rhursday evening at 818 Howard street. 

Upholsterers' UniOn. Meets every Thursday 
ivenlng at 927 Mission street. 

Varnisiiebs' and Polishers' Union No. 1. Meets 
irst and third Mondays of each month at 915)^ Mar- 
ket street. 

Wharfbuilders' Union. Meets the third Satur- 
lay of each month at 121 New Montgomery street. 



LIBRARIES. 



California Historical Society. 808 Mont- 
fomery street. Its object, the collection and pre- 
lervatlon of historical worlcs, and to disseminate 
nformatlon relating thereto. Meetings are held on 
,he second Tuesday of each month. A. S. Hub- 
)ard. Secretary and Librarian. 

Library of Ligue Nationals Francaise. (See 
jlgue Nationale Francaise.) 

Library of Mechanics' Institute. (See 
Mechanics' Institute.) 

Mariners' Free Reading Room. Northeast cor- 
ler Sacramento and Drumm streets. In connection 
vith the Mariners' Church. Open daily from 9 a. m. 
.0 9:30 p. M. Henry F. Eden, Superintendent. 

Mercantile Library Association. Northeast 
sorner Van Ness and Golden Gate Avenues. Library 
jontalns 75.000 volumes. Officers— George A. New- 
lall. President; Alfred K. Durbrow, Treasurer; 

, Recording Secretary; Latham Mc- 

Mullin, Corresponding Secretary; W. R. Williams, 
Librarian; Frederick J. Smith, Assistant Librarian, 
rrustees— Wm. Doxey, Isidore Burns, J. W. Twiggs, 
SVm.G. Badger, Daniel Roth, Hugo Rothschild, J.W. 
Ulyne, D. D. Shattnck, Latham McMuUln, A. M. 
Robertson, Sarah D. Hamlin, T. Norwood, A. E. Kel- 
ogg, Dudley C. Bates, James Linforth, Agnes M. 
Manning. 



Public Library, The. Northeast wing of the 
New City Hall; entrance, McAllister street, op- 
posite Hyde. Branches— No. 1, 2664 Mission street; 
No. 2, 1152 Kentucky street; No. 3, 1505 Powell 
street; No. 4, 254 Fourth avenue; No. 5, 716 Har- 
rlsonstreet; No. 6, 2016 Fillmore street. TheLlbrary 
and branches contain 125,000 volumes, 10,000 of which 
are set apartforthe reference room. Itlsopen daily 
from 9 A. M. to 9 p. m. The newspaper department, 
on the Park avenue side of the building, has on file 
some 350 representative newspapers from all parts 
of the State and United Stales. (For officers see 
City and County Government.) 

San Francisco Law Library Association. 
Organized in 1865. Rooms, New City Hall. Contains 
38,000 volumes. John T. Doyle, President ; J. H. 
Deering, Librarian. 



LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, ETC. 

American Educational Union, The.— President, 
B.Calzia; Secretary, Henry AVoods. Office, 214 Hayes 
street. 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 819 
Market street. F. R. Ziel, Secretary and Treasurer, 
301 California street. 

Bar Association of San Francisco. Organized 
April 20, 1872. Objects— To maintain the honor and 
dignity of the profession of the law, to increase its 
usefulness in promoting the due administration of 
justice, to cultivate social intercourse among its 
members, and to procure and maintain a library for 
their use. Rooms, 530 California street. Chas. W. 
Slack, President; A. Comte, Jr., Senior Vice-Presi- 
dent; E. H. Rixford, Junior Vice-President; Warren 
Olney, Jr., Recording Secretary; M. C. Sloss, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; John M. Burnett, Treasurer. 

California Academy of Sciences. Organized 
April 4, 1853. Academy of Sciences Building, 819 
Market street. David Starr Jordan, President; J. 
O'B. Gunn, Corresponding Secretary; Gullan P. Rix- 
ford, Recording Secretary; Louis Faikenau, Librarian; 
Charles A. Keeler, Dlrectorof Museum. The regular 
meetings of the Academy are held on the first and 
third Monday evenings of the month. Museum open 
from 10 A. M. to 5 p. m. dally, except Sundays and 
holidays. Saturday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Free to 
the public. 

California Association of Civil Engineers. 
191 Crocker Building. M. M. O'Shaughnessey, Pres- 
ident; F. T. Newberry, Secretary. 

California Genealogical Society. Meetings 
held quarterly on the first Saturday In January, 
April, July and October of each year. E. S. Clark, 
M. D., President, San Francisco; Sarah Louise Kim- 
ball, Corresponding Secretary, Mills Building, San 
Francisco; T. A. Perkins. M. A., Recording Secre- 
tary, Mills Building, San Francisco; Mrs. Walter D. 
Mansfield, Librarian, San Francisco. 

California Historical Society. (See Libra- 
ries.) 

California Institute of Public Accountants- 
J. L. Fields, President; T. E. Atkinson, Secretary, 
419 California street, room 2. 

California Pharmaceutical Society. College 
of Pharmacy Building, Affiliated Colleges. G. E. 
Bacon, President; John Calvert, Secretary, 400 Sut- 
ter street. 

California State Dental Association. Dr. 
Walter F. Lewis, Oakland, President; W. Z. King, 
Recording Secretary, Flood Building; Dr. A. C. Hart, 
Corresponding Secretary, Call Building, 

California State Homceopathic Medical So- 
ciety. Annual meeting second Wednesday In May. 
James W. Ward, M. D , President; Eleanor F. Mar- 
tin, M. D., Secretary, Palace Hotel, San Francisco. 

California State Mining Bureau. Union Depot 
and Ferry Building. Organized under Act of Legis- 
lature approved April 16, 1880. The museum con- 
tains many rare and interesting minerals »nd curios. 
The library connected with the museum is on the 
same floor. Open daily free to the public from 
10 A. M. to 5 p. M., except Sundays and holidays. 
Trustees meet on 5th of every month, except when 
the date falls on a Sunday, when they meet on fol- 
lowing Tuesday. W. S. Keyes, President; A. S. 
Cooper, State Mineralogist; Henry S. Durden, Curator 
and Secretary of the Board of Trustees; Van W. 
Jacobs, Librarian and Secretary. 



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Medical and Dental Colleges. 



Chautauqua Assembly. President, liev. Ell Mc- 
Cllsh, D. D., President of the University of the Pa- 
cific, College Park, Cal. ; Secretary, Mrs. E. J. Dawson, 
San Jose, Cal. 

Eclectic Medical Society of the State of 
California. Charles Mealand. M. D., President, 
Sacramento; B. Stetson, M. D., Secretary, Oakland; 
Charles M. Troppraann, M. D.. Corresponding Secre- 
tary, San Francisco. Meets annually at appointed 
time in May. 

Geogkaphical Society of California. Academy 
of Sciences building. Object— The accumulation of 
geographical knowledge, and the dissemination of It 
for the benefit of commerce, navigation and society 
generally Dr. F. W. D' Evelyn, President; P. Mac- 
Ewen, Secretary; S. H. Strite, Treasurer. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. Mer- 
chants' Exchauge Building, room 45. George David- 
son, President: John Partridge, Secretary; Thomas 
Trenor, Librarian. 

International Brotherhood TVar Relief 
Corps. 819 Market street, room 30. Meetings Sat- 
urday, 2 p. M. President, Mrs. Marian Robinson; 
Secretary, Mrs. Aline G. Day. 

LiGUE NationaleFrancaise. Meets third Mon- 
day of each month at Spring Valley Building, cor. 
Geary and Stockton streets. E. Raas, President; 
A Masson, Librarian and Secretary. The library 
belonging to the society contains about seventeen 
thousand volumes, partly voluntary donations. Open 
dally from 12 m. to 6 p. m., and from 7:30 p. M. to 10 
p. M., e.xcept Sundays and legal holidays. 

Mechanics' Institute. Organized March 29, 1855. 
31 Post street. The society has a valuable library, 
containing 80.000 volumes, including many rare scien- 
tific works, and a reading room well supplied with 
the leading scientific and literary periodicals of the 
day. Any person may become a member, being ac- 
ceptable to the Board of Trustees, by paying an 
initiation fee of SI. and Sl.50 quarterly dues, in ad 
vance. The Institute also owns the Mechanics 
Pavilion, in which, under the auspices of the In 
stltute, the annual Industrial Expositions are held 

E. A. Denicke. President; Rodney Kendrick, Vice 
President; First National Bank. Treasurer; E. P 
Heald, Recording Secretary; H. L. Tlckner, Cor- 
responding Secretary; J. M. Gumming, Secretary 

F. J. Teggart, Librarian. 

Medical Society of the State of Califor 
NiA. Meets annually on the third Tuesday of April 
Thomas Ross, Sacramento, President; George H 
Evans, San Francisco, Secretary. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society. Sessions 
held on the third Thursday of each month at the 
California Hotel. Lester Smith, President; Franklin 
C. Mortimer, care of Bank of California, Secretary. 

Pacific Coast Committee for Universal 
Brotherhoid. 819 Market street, room 30. Meet- 
ings, Saturday, 7 p.m. President, Dr. J. a. Anderson; 
Secretary, A. Robinson. 

Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club. "W. F. 
Russell, Secretary, 14 Sansome street. 

San Francisco County Medical Society. Meets 
at 32 O'Farrell street second Tuesday of each month 
at 8:30 P. M. A. P. Woodward, M. D., President; 
George H. Evans, M. D., Recording Secretary. 

San Francisco County Society of Physi- 
cians AND Surgeons. E. H. Mercer, A. M., M. D., 
President; J. C. Bulnbridge, M. D.. Secretary. Meet- 
ings held at California Medical College first Wed- 
nesday of each month. 

San Francisco Microscopical Society. Its 
meetings are divided into two classes. Those fall- 
ing on the first Wednesday of each month are for 
the presentation of papers and the transaction of 
business. Those falling on the third Wednesday are 
much less formal in their character, and aim to 
bring the members closer together in the inter- 
change of ideas and the exhibttlou of objects. 
Prof. O. P. Jenkins, Stanford University, President; 
William E. Loy, Secretary, 432 Montgomery street. 

Sierra Club. Office, Room 45, Merchants' Ex- 
change Building. John Mulr, President; Robert 
M. Price, Secretary; William R. Dudley, Corre- 
sponding Secretary. 

Society of California Pioneers. Organized 
August, 1850. Rooms, Pioneer Building, west side of 
Fourth street, between Market and Mission streets; 
entrance, 5 Pioneer place. The expressed objects of 
the Society are to collect and preserve information 
connected with the early settlement and subsequent 



conquest of the country, and to perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those whose sagacity, energy and enterprise 
Induced them to settle in the wilderness and become 
the founders of a new State, and also the male de- 
scendants of members. All who were in California 
prior to the first day of January, 1850, are eligible to 
membership. Any who have rendered distinguished 
or important services to the Society or State may he 
admitted as honorary members. Regular meetings 
of the Society take place on the first Monday of each 
month. Annual election of officers on the 7th of 
July, the anniversary of the conquest of California 
and of the raising of the American flag on its soil. 
Annual celebration on the 9th of September, the an- 
niversary of the admission of California into the 
Union. The Society is possessed of a library, an e.x- 
cellent cabinet of minerals, relics of early times and 
various other objects of interest Officers — Niles 
Searls President; E. W. McKlnstry, James Palache, 
D. O. Mills, Walter Van Dyke and George Hagar, 
Vice-Presidents; F. W. Tallant, Treasurer; John I. 
Spear, Secretary; John F.PIukham, Marshal. Direc- 
tors—A. R. Cotton, H. N. Tllden, Henry B. Russ, 
Wm. Z. Tiffany, J. H. Jewett, E. T. Kruse, Allen 
Knight, E. M. Root and W. C. Gihbs. 

Taxpayers' Educational League. Headquar 
ters. 103 Phelan Building. D. R. McNeill, President; 
W. H. Bodfish, Recording Secretary; Nathan Fisher, 
Chairman Executive Committee; D. J. Donoyan 
Secretary Executive Committee; M. Cooney, At- 
torney. 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast. 
Meets in Academy of Sciences Building, 819 Market 
street, first Friday of each month. G. W. Percy, 
President; Otto von Geldern, Secretary. 

Theosophical Society in America. Academy 
of Sciences Hall, 819 Market street; President, Dr. 
J. A. Anderson; Secretary, Alfred Robinson. 

Universal Brotherhood Lodge No. 7. Acad- 
emy of Sciences Hall. 819 Market street; meetings 
Sundays, 8 p. m. President, Dr. J. A. Anderson; 
Secretary, Alfred Robinson. 



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MEDICAL AND DENTAL 
COLLEGES. 



California College of Pharmacy. Affiliated 
Colleges, Parnassus avenue. Affiliated with the 
University of California June 18, 1873. G. E. Bacon, 
Ph. G., President; W. M. Searby, Ph. G., Secretary 
and Dean, 400 Sutter street. 

California Medical College, The. 1422 Fol- 
som, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. Daniel 
Maclean, M. D., President and Dean, 710 Van Ness 
avenue. 

College of Physicians and Surgeons op San 
Francisco. Fourteenth street, between Mission and 
Valencia streets. J. R. Laine, M. D., President; 
Wlnslow Anderson, M. D., Dean of the Faculties, 
1220 Sutter street; D. A. Hodghead, M. D., Secretary 
of the Faculties and Secretary pro tern of the Board 
of Trustees. 

Cooper Medical College. Northeast corner of 
Sacramento and Webster streets. Founded in 1858. 
Endowed In 1882 by Professor L. C. Lane. L. C. 
Lane, M. D., President; Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D., 
Dean, 920 Polk street. 

Dental Department of the University of 
California. Donohoe Building, 1170 Market. C. L. 
Goddard, D. D. S., Dean, 406 Sutter street. 

Hahnemann Hospital College of San Fran- 
cisco, The (Homoeopathic). N. E. cor of Sacramento 
and Maple streets. Dr. Geo. H. Palmer, President; 
Dr. E. R. Bryant, Registrar. 

Medical Department of the Unitersity of 
California. A. A. D'Ancona, M. D., Dean. Office, 
1022 Sutter street. The lectures are given at the 
Affiliated Colleges, Parnassus avenue. 

San Francisco Clinical Society. Meets third 
Wednesday of each month at 8:30 p.m. at the College 
of Physicians and Surgeons Building, 344 Fourteenth 
street. C. G. Kenyon, M. D., President; D. A. Hodg- 
head, M. D., Secretary. 



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Medical and Dental Colleges. 



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Military. 



57 



San Fkancisco Polyclinic I^obt Gkaduate 
Medical Dkpartment of the Univeksity of 

California. 410 Ellis street. A school of clinical 
medicine for graduates of colleges of regular medi- 
cine. President, Henry Kreutzmann, M. D.; Secre- 
tary, Leo Newmark, M. D; Treasurer, Geo. W. 
Merrltt, M. D, 

Stomatological Club of California. Object- 
Advancement of dental science. Meets every alter- 
nate Tuesday from 3 to 6 p. m., and on the same 
evening at 8 p. m. for discussion of clinic. Dr. Rus- 
sell H. Cool, President; Dr. Frank C. Pague, Secre- 
tary, Spring Valley Building. 



MILITARY. 



NATIONAL GUARD OF CALIFORNIA. 

Commander-in-Chief and Staff— Headquarters 
State Capitol, Sacramento. Henry T. Gage, 
Gov., Com.-ln-Chlef. 

Brlg.-Gen. W. H. Seamans, Adj. -General, San 
Francisco. 

Colonel N. S. Bangham, Ass't Adj.-Gen., Pasadena 

Colonel John B. Wright, Chief Engineer Officer, 
Sacramento. 

Colonel Forrest S. Chadbourne, Paymaster-Gen 
eral, 26 O'Farrell street, S. F. 

Colonel J. F. Burgln, Inspector of Rifle Practice 
San Francisco. 

Colonel .John T. Harrington, Judge Advocate 
General, Colusa. 

Colonel John Gallwey, Surgeon-General, San Fran 
Cisco. 

Lt.-Col. W. D. Sanborn, Ald-de-Camp, San Fran 
Cisco. 

Lt.-Col. J. E. Doollttle, Aid-de-Camp, Palace Hotel 
S. F. 

Lt.-Col. J. S. Young, Ald-de-Camp, Russ House 
S. F. 

Lt.-Col. A. Andrews, Ald-de-Camp, Lick House, 
S. F. 

Lt.-Col. M. M. Ogden, Ald-de-Camp, Los Angeles. 

Lt.-Col. Frank Vail, Ald-de-Camp, 741 Market 
street, S. F. 

Lt.-Col. J. C. Klrkpatrlck, Ald-de-Camp, Palace 
Hotel, S. F. 

Lt.-Col. H. Choynskl, Aid-de-Camp, San Francisco. 

Lt.-Col. Francis E. Beck, Ald-de-Camp, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Lt.-Col. Walter S. Martin, Aid-de-Camp, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Lt.-Col. Frank McLaughlin, Ald-de-Camp, Oroville. 

Lt.-Col. L. P. Hanson, Aid-de-Camp, Pasadena. 

Lt.-Col. J. R. Howell, Ald-de-Camp, 10 Montgom- 
ery street, S. F. 

Lt.-Col. A. G. Gassen, Aid-de-Camp, San Diego. 

Lt.-Col. P. L. Bush, Ald-de-Camp, San Francisco. 

Lt.-Col. George H. Plppy, Aid-de-Camp, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Division Commander and Staff. Headquarters 
Mills Building, S. F. Maj-Gen. John H. Dickinson, 
commanding. Col. D. E. Miles, Asst. Adj.-Gen., 
315 Moutgmery street; Col. William D. McCarthy, 
M. D., Div. Surgeon, 111 Eddy street; Lt.-Col. 
Adolph Huber, Div. Commissary, 620 Bush; Lt.-Col. 
Louis Barrere, Div. Inspector Rifle Practice. 56 
Sacramento street; Lt.-Col. J. J. Dwyer, Div. 
Judge Advocate, Mills Building; Lt.-Col. Charles T. 
Stanley, Div. Quartermaster, 407 Montgomery street; 
Lt.-Col. C. J. Evans, Div. Signal Officer, Appraisers 
Building; Lt.-Col. Charles H. Murphy, Div. Engineer 
Officer, Polytechnic High School: Lt.-Col. A. B. C. 
Dohrmann, Paymaster, 130 Sutter street; Lt.-Col. 
H. B. Hosmer, Div. Inspector, 538 Market street; 
Lt.-Col. William A. Halstead, Div. Ordnance Officer, 
946 Mission street; Major L. S. Schmltt, Aid. 1609 
Franklin street: Major C. L. Hewes, Aid. Ifi02 Vallejo 
street; Sergeant Major Albert E. Graff, Staff Orderly, 
417 Montgomery street. 



Second Brigade — Comprising the counties of San 
Franclsco: Marin, Sonoma. Napa, Solano, Contra 
Costa, Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo, Santa 
Cruz, San Benito, Monterey and Lake. Only 
that portion of Second Brigade in San Fran- 
cisco is given here. 



SECOND BRIGADE. 
Headquarters, 420 Bush St., room 6. 
Brig.-General R. H. Warfleld. Commanding; Lt.-Col. 
J. G. Glestlug. Assistant Adjutant-General; 
Lt.-Col. G. F. Hanson, M. D., Surgeon; Major 
J. A. Margo, Inspector; Major H. A. Wegener, 
Quartermaster and Paymaster; Major Philip J. 
Perkins, Commissary; Major John H. Hendy, 
Engineer Officer: Major Albert A. Hanks. Sig- 
nal Officer; Major D. S. Dorn, Judge Advocate; 
Captain S. L. Naphtalv. Aid; Eugene De Spaar, 
Sergt.-Major and Staff Orderly; E. S. Crosby, 
Sergt.-Major and Staff Orderly. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY, N. G. C. 

Beadquarters, At'mory, cor. Page and Goxigh Sts. 

Field Officers— , Col. Com.; Victor 

D. Duboce. Lt.-Col.. 638 Market street; Charles 
Boxton, Maj., 231 Post street; Charles L. Til- 
den, Maj., Crocker Building. 

Staff Officep.s— Alfred J. Kelleher, Captain and 
Adj., 2324 Clay street; Henry C. Mlddleton, 1st 
Lt. and Bat. Adj., Giant, Cal.; Bert R. Hecht, 
1st Lt., Q. M., 312 Bush street; Louis Barrere, 
1st Lt., I. R. P.. 131 First street; Emll A. Kehr- 
leln, 1st Lt. and Commissary, 909 Lombard 
street; W. D. McCarthy, Maj. and Surgeon, 111 
Eddy street; P. J. H. Farrell, Captain and 
Asst. Surgeon, 2.35 Post street; Marcus S. Har- 
loe, 1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., 2.527 Howard street; 
John J. West, 1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., 402 Mont- 
gomery street. 

Co. A— J. F. Connolly, Captain; George T. Ballinger, 
1st Lt.; Joseph A. Brown, 2d Lt. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. B— George Fllmer, Captain; B. B. Sturdivant, 
1st Lt.; Albert F. Ramm, 2d Lt. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. C— James W. Dumbrell, Captain ; George J. Petty, 
1st Lt. Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. D— Thomas J. McCreagh, Captain; Charles T. 
White, 1st Lt. Armory, corner Page and 
Gough streets. 

Co. E— William R. Robertson, Captain; Frank J. 
Ralph, 1st Lt. Armory, corner Page and 
Gough streets. 

Co. F— Firman A. Nlppert, Captain; W. M. Masury, 
2d Lt. Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. G— Edgar C. Sutllffe. Captain; William N. 
Swasey, 1st Lt. ; W. J. Twomey, 2d Lt. Armory, 
813 Ellis street. 

Co. H— Frank W. Warren, Captain: B. F. Judge, 1st 
Lt.; Edwin F. Davis, 2d Lt. Armory, corner 
Page and Gough streets. 

Co. I— Frank K. Moore, Captain: Henry G. Mathew- 
son.lst Lt.; Wm. H. Tobin, 2d Lt. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. K— Thomas J. Cunningham. Captain; Edward 
D.Flnley, IstLt.; C. W. Seeley,2dLt. Armory, 
813 Ellis street. 

Co. L— J. Frank Eggert, Captain; James H. Jordan. 
Ist Lt.; A. C. Adler, 2d Lt. Armory, corner 
Page and Gough streets. 

Co. M— Thomas F. O'Nell. Captain: Edward D. 
Carroll, 1st Lt.; C. J. Hogan, 2d Lt. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Cadet Co.— L. E. Edwards, Captain; G. M. Llppman. 
1st Lt.; J. M. Morgan, 2d Lt. Armory, Boys' 
High School. 

Band— C. H. Cassasa, Leader, George W. Bennett, 
Business Manager, 929}^ Dolores street. 

SIGNAL CORPS— SECOND BRIGADE. 

Armory, 815 Ellis Street. 

1st Lt.— Ernest P. Seymer, 532 Market street. 

TROOP A, CAVALRY, N. G. C. 

Armory, 1327 Market Street. 

Captain— Charles Jansen; Sr. First Lieutenant, 

E. Elfendahl; Jr. First Lieutenant, E. A. Pierre. 

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Military. 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Protective Aasociations. 



NAVAL MILITIA, N. G. C. 

Headquarters U. S. S. Marion, S(m Francisco, Cal. 

Captain, Iv at. T. James. 204 Sansome street. San Fran- 
cisco; Lleut.-Commander, Thomas A. Xerney, 
Executive Officer, 6 Eddy street, 'San Francisco; 
Lleut.-Commander. George R. Kingsland. Chief 
Engineer. San Francisco; Lieut. Thomas M. 
Shaw. Navigator. San Diego. Cal.; Lieut. Wil- 
liam F.Burke. Ordnance Officer. San Francisco; 
Lieut. Douglas White, Paymaster. San Fran- 
cisco; Lieut. C. R. Alberger, Aide to the Cap- 
tain, San Francisco; Lieut. J. G. Morrissey. 
Surgeon, San Francisco; Lieut. (Junior Grade) 
T. B. W. Leland, Assistant Surgeon. 

Wakeant Officers— Boatswain, Richard Schnalle, 
San Francisco; Carpenter. Henry A. Harris, 
San Francisco; Pharmacist, D. A. McMillan, 
San Francisco. 

First Division', San Francisco— Lieut.. William G 
Morrison; Lieut. Jr. Grade. Henry C. Peterson; 
Ensign, J. F. Murphy; Ensign. Oscar F. Smith. 

Second Division, San Francisco— Lieut., Thomas S. 
Harloe ; Lieut. Jr. Grade. George E. Kammerei ; 
Ensign, J. K. Burke; Ensign. J. C. Kelly. 

Third Division. San Diego. Cal. ( f *. S. S. Pinta)— 
Lieut.. Roscoe Howard. Commanding; Lieut. 
Jr. Grade. Frank L. Sargent; Ensign, Joseph 
Sexton; Ensign, Don. M. Stewart. 

Fourth Division, Santa Cruz, Cal.— Lieut., Carl E. 
Lindsay; Lieut. Jr. Grade, J. 0. Doyle; Ensign, 
J. F. Helms. 

Fifth Division, Eureka, Cal.— Lieut., C. V. Otto. 

Sixth Division. Santa Barbara. Cal.— Lieut.. C. A. 
Noble; Lieut. Jr. Grade. C. A. Hunt; Ensign, 
H. C. Booth; Ensign, G. P. Smith. 

Engineers' Division— Lieut. W. F. Bonney, Past 
Assistant Engineer. San Francisco; Lieut. Jr. 
Grade Frank Van Vleck. Past Assistant En- 
gineer, Los Angeles; Ensign William Speck, 
Assistant Engineer, San Francisco; Ensign 
Albert Poole, Assistant Engineer, San Diego. 

I'NIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA— I'NIVERSITY 

CADETS (UNATTACHED). 

Berkeley, Cal. 

Sidney A. Cloman. Commandant. 1st Lieut., 15th 

V. S. Infantry, detailed from War Department. U. S. 

Staff— Melville Dozler. Jr.. and L. Miller. Majors, 

E. W. Stadtmuller. Capt. and Adjutant: H. Marmon; 

1st Lieut, and Acting Adjutant; T. W. McPherson, 

Sergeant-Major. 1st Battalion; R. Fryer. Sergeant- 

Major, 2d Battalion. Ist Lieut. Andy B. Anderson. 

Leader of Band; H. W. Squires. Drum Major. 

Bicycle Corps— Capt.. L. T. Wagner: 2d Lieut.. T. V. 

Kline. Artillery Detachment— Capt., F. S. Knight: 

1st Lieut. . Signal Detachment— Capt.. John 

Edward Rainev: 1st Lieut.. X. D. Sweet. Infantry — 
Co. A— Capt.. C. Wigniore: 1st Lieut., T.Eastman; 
2d Lieut., R. W. Bender; Co. B— Capt., Jack W. Mil- 
ler; 1st Lieut.. W. Hacklev; 2d Lieut.. I. C. Allen; 
Co. C— Capt., S. V. West; Ist Lieut.. Ben Bakewell; 
2d Lieut., E. C. Denicke; Co. D— Capt.. H. Piatt; 1st 
Lieut.. F.J. Mamara; 2d Lieut., Friedlauder; Co.E— 
Capt., L. Glacomlni; 1st Lieut.. H. Budd; 2d Lieut., 
G. W. Ede; Co. F— Capt., A.George; 1st Lieut., D. 
Balrd; 2d Lieut., S. Sargcntitch; Co. G— Capt., V. 
Craig; 1st Lieut.. W. Gibbons; 2d Lieut.. W. T. 
Mooney; Co. H— Capt.. Phil R. Thayer: 1st Lieut., 
L. S. Schmidt: 2d Lieut.. Goodcell. Total number of 
members about 6(X). Headquarters, University of 
California. Berkeley. 

Veterans' National Guard of California. 
Organized May IR. 1888. Objects— To promote social 
reunion and good fellowship; to assist Its members 
In all just claims for the rights and benefits con- 
ferred upon them by the laws of the State of Call- 
rornla, and to advance the Interests of the JSatlonal 
Guard. Seven years' of continuous service In the 
National Guard of the State Is a pre-reqiilslte of 
membership. Meets on the third Wednesday of 
each month at the Veterans' Headquarters, Pioneer 
Building, 24 Fourth street. Officers— George R. 
Sanderson. Commander: George W. Reed. Vlce- 
Commander; Isaac D. Bluxoine. Adjutant; John E. 
Klein, Paymaster. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. 
These Military organizations are Independent of 
the National Guard of California, and for the most 
part are attached to some benevolent association. 



AUSTRI.-VN MILIT.4RT AND BENEVOLENT ASSOCIA 

TiON. Armory, 507 Sutter street. 

Drill Corps of the Colttmbia Park Bots' Club 
Association, 318 Tth street. Meets every Sat- 
urday evening at 10th street Armory. 

Eintracht Rifle Section. Armory, Twelfth 
street, near Howard. 

French Zouaves. Armory, 810 Paclflc street. 

Independent Rifles. Armory, 814 Geary street. 

Italian Sharpshooters. Armory, northwest cor- 
ner Union and Stockton streets. 

Juarez Guard. Armory, Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific 

street. 

LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CADETS. 

First Regiment (Dismounted Artillery). Estab- 
lished .January 7, 1894. Comprises fifteen com- 
panies (Band and Hospital Corps). Membership is 
confined to those who are members of the League 
of the Cross. Edward J.Power, Colonel. Regimental 
headquarters, 1327 Market street. 

L. C. C. Band. Meets every Monday evening. 

Co. A— St. Mary's Cathedral parish. Meets every 
Monday evening. Wm. C. Hopper, Captain. 

Co. B— St. Charles' Parish. Meets every Friday even- 
ing. J. T. Curley, Captain. 

Co. C— St. Patrick's parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. Phil. L. Bannan. Captain. 

Co. D— Sacred Heart parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. Ignatius Dwyer. Captain. 

Co. E— St. James" parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. S. A. McCrystal, Captain. 

Co. F— St. Patrick's parish. Oakland. Meets every 
Friday evening. M. F. Hynes. Captain. 

Co. G — St. Bridgid's parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. Wm. Dixon. Captain. 

Co. H — St. Brendan's parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. John P. Keating, Captain. 

Co. I — St. Peter's parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. H. Power. Captain. 

Co. K— St. Paul's parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. J. H. Rellly, Captain. 

Co. L— Mission Dolores parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. F. J. Monahan. Captain. 

Co. M— St. Francis' parish. Meets every Thursday 
evening. A. S. Mclntyre. Captain. 

Co. N — St. Francis' parish, Oakland. Meets every 
Tuesday evening. F. Wyms. Captain. 

Co. O— Old St. Mary's College parish. Meets every 
Tuesday evening. Joseph H. Wesplear, Cap- 
tain. 

Co. R— St. Teresa's parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. Mark McCann. Captain. 

Lafayette Guard. Armory, 730 Montgomery street . 

San Fr.\ncisco Schuetzen Verein. Armory, 620 
Bush street. 

Swiss Sharpshooters. Armory. 1320 Stockton 
street. 



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PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONS 



American Association of Masters and Pilots. 
Meets at New Ferry Building, their hall, every Mon- 
day evening at 8 p. m. Clement Randall. Worthy 
Captain; R. N. PIppey, Secretary and Business Man- 
ager. Office and reading room. Ferry Building. 

Barbers' Protective Union. Meets first and 
third Thursdays in each month at Harmony Hall, 
320 Post street. 

Bookbinders' Protective and Beneficial 
Association of San Francisco. Meets first Friday 
evening of each month In Foresters' Hall, 102 
O'Farrell street. Henry .Marsden, President; L. G. 
Wolfe, Secretary, 756, 5th street, Oakland. 

Brewers' Protective Association. Meets at 
room 40. Flood Building, every Friday at 2 p. m. W. 
A. Frederick, President; R. Mohr, Secretary. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Meets 
on first Tuesday, second Wednesday evenings and 
fourth Friday afternoon of each month at 501 Valen- 
cia street. 



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Public Buildings and Halls. 59 



Brothekhool) of Locomotive Firemkn. Meets 
4th Wedne.sday of each month at 501 Valencia street. 

Builders' Association of California, The. 
318 Bush street. Booms open dally from 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m.; Exchange hours from 12 M. to 2p.m. daily. 
C. P. Moore, President. 

California State Retail Druggists' Associ- 
ciATioN. John Calvert, President, San Francisco; 
Richard E. White, Secretary, 499 Gough street, San 
Francisco. 

Dratmen and Teamsters' Union of San Fran- 
cisco. Meets second and fourth Saturday evenings 
of each month at B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. 
W. T. Dooly, Secretary, 6 Beale street. 

Franklin Spar and Bau Verein. Meeting room, 
lOO'Farrell street, up stairs. F. Ludemann, Presi- 
dent; William Hatje, 515 Market street. Secretary. 

Gardeners AND Ranchers' Association. Meets 
last Saturday of each mouth at 519 Davis street. 
Domenico Gianni, Secretary. 

International Association of Machinists. 
San Francisco Lodge, 'So. 68. Meets iirst and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Building, 120 
O'Farrell street. James H. Maglnnis, Recording 
Secretary, 4.54 Page street. 

Law and Order League of California. Bar- 
clay J. Smith, President; Mrs. Rose M. French, 
Secretary, Hotel Sutherland. 

Manufacturers' Association op California. 
Incorporated November 13. 1883. George C. Hlckox, 
Secretary, Mutual Life Building. 

>Lk^soNs' and Builders' Association. Meets first 
Thursday of each month at 8 p. m. at 40 New Mont- 
gomery street. Adam Beck, President; M. V. Brady, 
Secretary. 

Master Horseshoers Protective Association. 
Directors— Frank Hally, William P. Melia. Frank 
Pechart, Martin Ryan, Thomas F. McGee, R. R. 
Loma.x and C. H. Knownburg. 

Master Plumbers' Association. A local branch 
of the National Association of Master Plumbers of 
the L'nited States. Wm. D. Quinn, President: 
Charles McCarthy, Recording Secretary; John L. 
E. Flrmin, Corresponding Secretary, 1244 Valencia 
street. Meets on the first and third Fridays of each 
month at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

MiLLMEN's Protective Association. 40 New 
Montgomery street. William Crocker, President; 
William N. Miller, Secretary. Meets first Tuesday 
of each month. 

Musicians' Mutual Protective TTnion of Sax 
Francisco, Local No. 6, American Federation 
OF Musicians. Meets second Thursday of each 
month at 1:30 p. m. Board of Directors meets every 
Tuesday at 1 p. m. at 421 Post street. F. Dellepiane, 
President: S. Davis, Secretary. 

Order of Railroad Telegrapher.s, System 
Div. 53. B. A. Meyer, Gen'l. Secretary, 3001 San Jose 
avenue. 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent As- 
sociation. 510 Bush street. Meets second and last 
Sundays of each mouth at 2 p. m. A. S. Martinho, 
President; A. L. Quaresma, Recording Secretary. 

Retail Grocers' Protective Union. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 214 
California street. J. T. Hurley, President; Henry 
Hauser, Secretary. 

Riggers Protective Union of San Francisco. 
Meets south side Howard street, between East 
and Steuart, first Wednesday of each month. J. 
Holland. President; Wm. Pelham, Vice-President; J. 
Francis, Secretary; W. Goudey, Treasurer. 

San Francisco Dental Association. Meets 
second Monday of each month at Y. M. C. A. Build- 
ing. H. L. Seager, President; C. Delchralller, Re- 
cording Secretary. 

San Francisco Retail Druggists' Associa- 
tion. Joseph Calegaris, President; Otto A. Welhe, 
Secretary, southwest corner Sutter and Devisadero 
streets. 

San Francisco Ttpothet^. Meets at 410 San- 
some street. E.D.Taylor, President; Wm. C.Brown, 
1st Vice-President; Wm. R. Phillips, 2d Vice-Presi- 
dent: Max Schmidt, 3d Vice-President; J. W. 
Howard. Secretary; Treasurer. Execu- 
tive Committee, Harrison Barto, Edw. C. Hughes, 
Chas. H. Crocker, Edward Bosqul, N. A. Judd, 
Vernon Upton and Edward A. Janssen. 



Registration Bureau S. F. Ttpothet^— J. W. 
Howard, Secretary. 

State Association of Olive Growers. Ellwood 
Cooper, Santa Barbara, President; B. M. Leiong, 
Secretary, Sacramento. Office, State Capitol, Sacra- 
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PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
HALLS. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House, off Corbett Av.,near Laguna Honda. 
City Hall, S E cor McAllister and Larkln. 
County Hospital, Potrero avenue near Twenty-second. 
County Jail, Broadway between Kearny and Dupont. 

Branch Jail, W s San Jose Av., near Ocean Av. 
Custom House, N W cor Washington and Battery. 
Hall of Justice, S E cor Washington and Kearny. 
Hall of Records, City Hall. 
Post Office, X W cor Washington and Battery. 
United States Appraisers' Building, Sansome between 

Washington and Jackson. 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation. 
United States Mint, N W cor Mission and Fifth. 
United States Treasury, 608-610 Commercial. 

HALLS. 

Academy, 927 Mission. 

Alcazar, 120 O'Farrell. 

Ancient Order Foresters, 102 O'Farroli. 

Apollo, 810 Pacific. 

Assembly, 1412 Polk. 

Austrian, .507 Sutter. 

B'nai B'rith. 121 Eddy. 

California, 620 Bush. 

Cambrian, 1133 Mission. 

Champion, S E cor Sixteenth and Valencia. 

Children's. 806 Sansome. 

Congress, 1139 Market. 

Delta, 645 Geary. 

Devisadero, 317 Devisadero. 

Drew's, 121 New Montgomery. 

Druids', 413 Sutter. 

Duveneck, 1004 Twenty-fourth. 

Eureka Valley, .509 Castro. 

Excelsior, 2317 Mission. 

Exempt Fire Company, Brenham place near Clay 

Federation, 818 Howard. 

Foresters, 20 Eddy. 

Franklin, 1839 Fillmore. 

Garibaldi, 423 Broadway. 

Golden Gate, 1622 Pacific avenue. 

Golden Gate, 625 Sutter. 

Golden Rule. 948 Mission. 

Gospel, 8.32 Howard. 

Grand Central, 997 Market. 

Hamilton, 1517 Steiner. 

Hare's, Tenth avenue. South San Francisco. 

Harmony, 1749 Mission. 

Improved Order of Red Men. 320 Post. 

Independent Order of Red Men, 510 Bush. 

Irish- American, 818 Howard. 

Knights of Pvthias, 909 Market. 

Knights of the Red Branch, 1133 Mission. 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery. 

Liberty, cor Alabama and Twenty-fourth 

Longhead, 1605 Polk. 

Loyola, S E cor Market and Tenth. 

Maennerbund, Potrero avenue near Twenty-fourth 

Mangel's, N E cor Twenty-fourth and Folsom. 

Maple, Palace Hotel. 

Masonic, N W cor Montgomery and Post. 

Mechanics' Institute Pavilion, S W cor Larkln and 

Grove. 
Metropolitan, N E cor Fifth and Jessie. 
Mission Music, S E cor Howard and Tweifty-flrst. 
Mission Opera, 2131 Mission. 
Mission Parlor Hall, 3445 Seventeenth 
Mission Turn Verein, 3543 Eighteenth. 
Mowry's, S W cor Grove and Laguna. 
Mozart, 1358 Market. 

Murphy's, corner Sagamore and San Jose avenue 
National, 815 Ellis. 

Native Sons of the Golden West, 414 Mason. 
Noe Valley, cor Church and Twenty-fourth. 



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Odd Fellows, ,S W cor Market and Seventh. 
Ono, 1883 Mission. 

Patterson's, N K cor Church and Thirtieth. 
Pioneer, 24 Fourth. 
Plxley, 1534 Pacific avenue. 
Progress, 29 Valencia. 
Pythian Castle, 909 Market. 
Regents, N E cor Post and Fillmore. 
Kolando's, NW corner Church and Twenty-eighth. 
San Francisco Turn Vereln, 323 Turk. 
Saratoga, 814 Geary. 
Scottish, 105-111 Larkln. 
Sherman-Clay, 223 Sutter. 
Shlels'.32 0'Farrell. 

St. Brendan's. N E cor Fremont and Harrison. 
St. Joseph's, S W cor Howard and Tenth. 
St. Ignatius, S W cor Van Ness avenue and Grove. 
St. Peter's, Alabama near Twenty-fourth 
Steimke, SE cor Octavia and Union. 
Teutonia, 1322 Howard. 
Trades' Union, 1159 Mission. 
Turn Vereln Vorwaerts, 310 O'Farrell. 
Twin Peaks, 847 Seventeenth. 
Union Square, 421 Post. 
Universal, 812 Pacific. 
"Wessel's, 1628 Powell. 
Western Addition Music, 2414 California. 
Wolf's, 1 Plymouth avenue. 

Young Men's Christian Association, N E cor Ellis and 
Mason. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF SAN 



FRANCISCO. 



Reginald H. Webster, Superintendent. Oflice— 
City Hall. 

(For Board of Education, see City and County Gov- 
ernment.) 

Adams Cosmopolitan School, eighteen classes. 
Eddy street, between Polk street and Van Ness 
avenue. 

Agassiz Intermediate Grammar School, four- 
teen classes. Bartlett street, between Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third streets. 

Bergerot Primary School, four classes. North- 
west corner Twenty-flfth and Point Lobos avenues. 

Bernal Primary School, nine classes. Cort- 
land avenue, between Andover avenue and Moultrie 
street. 

Broadway Grammar School, fifteen classes. 
Broadway, between Powell and Mason streets. 

BuENA Vista Primary School, five classes. 
York street, between Eighteenth and Nideteenth 
streets. 

Burnett Primary School, twelve classes. Cor- 
ner of Fourteenth avenue South and L street. 

Chinese Primary School, five classes. 916 Clay 

street. 

Clement Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Geary street, between Jones and Leavenworth 

streets. 

Cleveland Primary School, nine classes. Har- 
rison street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. 

Cooper Primary School, twelve classes. Green- 
wich street, between Jones and Leavenworth streets. 

Columbia Grammar School, seventeen classes. 
Florida street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
si.xth streets. 

Crocker Grammar School, twelve classes. Page 
street, near Baker street. 

Denman Grammar School, fifteen classes. 
Northwest corner of Bush and Taylor streets. 

Douglass Primary School, nine classes. SW 
corner Nlnteenth and Collingwood streets. 

Dudley Stone Primary Scuiool, nine classes. 
South side Halght street, between Central and Ma- 
sonic avenues. 

Edison Primary School, nine classes. Corner 
of Church and Hill streets. 

Emerson Primary School, eleven classes. Pine 
street, between Scott and Devlsadero streets. 

Everett Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Sanchez street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
streets. 

Fairmount Primary School, thirteen classes. 
Chenery street, near Randall street. 



Farallon School, one class. Farallon Islands. 

Franklin Grammar School, twelve classes, 
Eighth street, near Bryant street. 

Fremont Primary School, nine classes. Mc- 
Allister street, between Baker and Broderlck streets. 

Garfield Primary School, twelve classes. 
Union street, between Kearny and Montgomery 
streets. 

Girls' High School, fourteen classes. Geary and 
Scott streets. 

Golden Gate Primary School, eight classes. 
Golden Gate avenue, between Pierce and Scott 

streets. 

Grant Primary School, eight classes. Pacific 
avenue and Baker street. 

Haight Primary School, twelve classes. Mis- 
sion street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

streets. 

Hamilton Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Geary street, between Pierce and Scott streets. 

Hancock Grammar School, ten classes. Filbert 
street, between Taylor and Jones streets. 

Harrison Primary School, eight classes. Grove 
street, near Larkln street. 

Hawthorne School, eleven classes. Shotwell 
street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
streets. 

Hearst Grammar School, eighteen classes. Cor- 
ner Hermann and Fillmore streets. 

Henry Durant Primary School, twelve classes. 
Turk street, between Buchanan and Webster streets. 

Horace Mann Grammar School, eighteen 
classes. Valencia street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third streets. 

Humboldt Primary School, twelve classes. 
Golden Gate avenue, near Hyde street. 

Hunter's Point School, one class. Eighth 
avenue South, between C and D streets. 

Irving Primary School, eight classes. Broad- 
way, between Montgomery and Sansome streets. 

Irving Scott Primary School, sixteen classes. 
Tennessee street, near Twenty-second street. 

Jackson Primary School, four classes. 424 
Stanyan street. 

James Lick Grammar School, thirteen classes. 
Corner Noe and Twenty-fifth streets. 

Jefferson Primary School, eight classes. Te- 
hama street, near First street. 

John Swett Grammar School, eighteen classes. 
McAllister street, between Franklin and Gough 
streets. 

John W. Taylor School, one class. San Bruno 
Road, near Six-mile House. 

Lafayette Primary School, eight classes. Cor- 
ner Kearny and Filbert streets. 

Laguna Honda Primary School, three classes. 
Seventh avenue, between I and J streets. 

Lk Conte Primary School, eight classes. Powell 
street, between Washington and Jackson streets. 

Lincoln Grammar School, twelve classes. 
Fifth street near Market street. 

Longfellow Primary School, twelve classes. 
Silver street, near Second street. 

Lowell High School, eleven classes. Sutter 
street, between Gough and Octavia streets. 

Madison Primary School, five classes. Clay 
street, between Walnut and Laurel streets. 

Marshall Primary School, twelve classes. Mis- 
sion street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, 
rear Mission Grammar School. 

Mission Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
streets. 

Mission High School, seven classes. Corner 
Eighteenth and Dolores streets. 

Monroe Primary School, seven classes. London 
street and China avenue. 

Moulder Primary School, ten classes. Corner 
Page and Gough streets. 

Noe Valley School, six classes. Corner 26th 
and Castro streets. 

Normal School, now San Francisco State 
Normal School. Powell street, between Clay and 
Sacramento streets. 



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OCBAN House Primary School, one class. 
bett avenue, near Ocean avenue. 

Pacific Heights Grammar School, fifteen 
classes. Jackson street, between Webster and Kill- 
more streets. 

Park Primary School, two classes. Sixth avenue, 
between B and C streets. 

Peabody Primary School, eleven classes. West 
Mission street, between Hermann and Ridley 
streets. 

Polytechnic High School, fourteen classes. 
Corner Bush and Stockton streets. 

Redding Primary School, ten classes, 
street, near Larkin street. 

Richmond Primary School ten classes, 
avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. 

RiNCON Grammar School, ten classes, 
street, between Second and Third streets. 

Sheridan Primary School, seven classes 
erva street, near Plymouth avenue. 

Sherman Primary School, eight classes. Union 
street, between Franklin and Gough streets. 

South End Primary School, five classes. Somer- 
flet street, between Felton and Burrows streets. 

Spring Valley Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Broadway, near Polk street. 

Stanford Primary School, nine classes. Hay- 
ward street, off Harrison, between Seventh and 
Eighth streets. 

Starr King Primary School, eleven classes. 
Bryant street, near Seventh street. 

SuNNYSiDB School, four classes. 11.5 Flood avenue. 

Sutbo Primary School, eight classes. Twelfth 
avenue, near Clement street. 

Washington Grammar School, eleven classes. 
Southwest corner Washington and Mason streets. 

West End School, four classes. 5630 Mission 
street. 

Whittikr Primary School, sixteen classes. 
Harrison street, near Fourth street. 

WiNFiBLD Scott Primary School, four classes. 
Lombard street, between Baker and Broderick 
streets. 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Business Evening School, fourteen classes. 
Corner Bush and Stockton streets. 

Franklin Evening ScHOOL,seven classes. Eighth 
street, near Harrison street. 

Hamilton Evening School, eleven classes. Geary 
street, near Scott street. 

Horace Mann Evening School, twelve classes. 
Valencia street, near Twenty-second street. 

Humboldt Evening School, fifteen classes. Gol- 
den Gate avenue near Hyde street. 

Irving Scott Evening School, two classes* 
Tennessee street, near Twenty-second street. 

Lincoln Evening School, twenty-four classes. 
Lincoln School Building. 

Richmond Evening School, two classes. First 
avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. 

Spring Valley Evening School, three classes. 
Broadway and Polk streets. 

Washington Evening School, fourteen classes. 
Corner Washington and Mason streets. 

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 

American Board of Commissioners for For- 
eign Missions. Rev. Walter Frear, General Agent 
for the Pacific Coast. Office— T. M. C. A. Building. 

American Tract Society. 16 Grant Avenue. It 
Is the depository of the American Sunday School 
Union. 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew. (Episcopal.) 
Executive Committee meets last Thursday of each 
month at 8 p. m. at 731 California street. F. L. South- 
ack. Chairman; C. A. Goe, Secretary; G. S.Baker, 
M. D. C, Diocesan Secretary. 

California Bible Society. Depository, 1037 
Market street. Meets first Thursday of each month. 
Rev. John Thompson, Superintendent, olflce, 1350 
Franklin street, Oakland. Annis Merrill, President; 
William Abbott, Secretary. 



Congregational Church Extension Society 
OF San Francisco and Vicinity. Y. M. C. A. 
Building. Rev. H. H. Wikofl, President; C. Z. Mer- 
ritt. Secretary. 

Church Workers' Council, San Francisco. 
Oflice 1037 Market street. Meets at call of Presi- 
dent. William Abbott, President; C. A. Maydwell, 
Secretary. 

Congregational Associates. Morris Marcus, 
President; James E. Agar, Secretary, 22 Clay street. 

Congregational Church Building Society. 
Headquarters in New York, Fourth avenue and 
Twenty-second street. Rev. L. H. Cobb, D. D., Secre- 
tary; Rev. H. H. Wikoff. Field Secretary for the 
Pacific Slope, Y. M. C. A. Building. 

Congregational Club of San Francisco and 
Vicinity. Rev. Wm. Rader, President; James E. 
Agar, Secretary, 22 Clay street. 

Congregational Home Missionary Society. 
James K. Harrison, Superintendent of Northern Cal- 
ifornia and Nevada, Congregational Headquarters, 
Y. M. C. A. Building. 

Congregational Ministers' Relief Society 
of California. Rev. Dr. George Mooar, President, 
Oakland; Rev. Walter Frear, Treasurer, Fourth 
floor, Y. M. C. A. Building. 

Congregational Sunday School and Pub- 
lishing Society. Rev. E. J. Singer, Superintendent 
Northern California. Congregational Rooms, Y. M. 
C. A. Building. 

Epworth League Alliance, The. Executive 
Committee meets first Thursday of each mouth at 
Y. M. C. A. Building. A. W. Bell, President; E. K. 
BIggerstaff, Secretary, S12 Taylor street. 

French Christian Union of California. 
Headquarters 1520 Clay street. Prayer meeting, Sun- 
day 2 p. M. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Sewing for girls 
once a week. School at 1113 Clay street. Mme. 
Marie Marshall, President; Mrs. Bolts, Secretary. 

Friends Meeting. San Francisco Friends Meet- 
ing is held in Swarthmore Hall. 570 Harrison street, 
First day (Sunday) morning at 11 a. m. Friends 
Union Sabbath School at Sunshine Hall, 934 Harrison 
street, on first day (Sunday) at 3 p. m. 

Golden Gate Union of Christian Endeavor. 
This Union consists of forty-nine Chrlstain Endeavor 
Societies. Forty-seven of these are in San Fran- 
cisco and two are in San Rafael. George B. Little- 
field, President; Miss Hattie Hall, Recording Secre- 
tary; Miss Jennie Partridge, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, 3142 Twenty-first street. Executive Committee 
meets in Y. M. C. A. Building, the first Thursday of 
each month, except the months of February, May, 
August and November, when it meets on the second 
Thursday. Quarterly Conventions are held in the 
different churches in the Union, the first Thursday 
of February, May, August and November. 

Methodist Book Concern (Pacific Coast 
Agency). Rev. J. D. Hammond, D. D., agent, 1037 
Market street. 

Pacific Coast Committee for Universal 
Brotherhood. Headquarters, room 30, Academy of 
Sciences Building. Committee meetings every Wed- 
nesday evening at 7 o'clock. Dr. Jerome A. Ander- 
son, Chairman; H. H. Somers, Secretary. 

Pacific Presbyterian Union. Edward Kerr, 
President; Wm. Blackwell, Treasurer. Headquar- 
ters, 427 Second street. 

People's Place, The. Headquarters, 1422 Hyde 
street, corner Jackson. Rev. Henry A. Fisk, B. D., 
Superintendent. Carries on a social settlement and 
institutional church work. 

Presbyterian Mission House. 920 Sacramento 
street. Headquarters of the Woman's Occidental 
Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian 
Church. Mrs. P. D. Browne, President; Mrs. I. M. 
Condlt. State Secretary; Mrs. W. H. TJjomas, Re- 
cording Secretary; Mrs. L. A. Kelley, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

Prison and Hospital Religious Association 
OF San Francisco (Unsectarian). C. Gcddes, Pres- 
ident; William H. Tubb, Secretary and General Mis- 
sionary, 1111 Rhode Island street. 

San Francisco Church Extension Society of 
the M. E. Church. I. J. Truman, President; Wil- 
liam M. Abbott, Secretary, Glaus Spreckels Building, 
room 1215. 



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San Francisco Dbaconess' Home and Bible 
Training School of the M. E. Chukch. 618 
Halght street. Mrs. Louisa M. Carver. Superin- 
tendent. Mrs. John R. Sims, President; Mrs. J. H. 
Northon, Recording Secretary; Mrs. John Stephens, 
Corresponding Secretary. 

Seamen's Catholic Institute and Free Read- 
ing Room. 9 Mission street. It affords to sailors, 
without distinction on account of race, color or creed, 
a meeting place where their leisure hours may be 
spent pleasantly and profitably. The rooms are open 
daily from 8 a. m. until 10 p. m. On the tables Of the 
reading-room will be found the dally and weekly 
newspapers, monthly magazines, and a variety of 
interesting books will also be found on the library 
shelves. The Paulist Fathers of St. Mary's Church, 
628 California street, In whose charge the Institute 
has been placed, will be pleased, at all times, to meet 
sailors, and to do all that they possibly can for their 
spiritual and temporal welfare. D. F. Lawler, 
Secretary. 

The International Brotherhood League 
(Unsectarian). Headquarters. 819 Market street, 
room 30. Meets In Academy of Sciences Hall every 
Tuesday, 8 p. m. 

The San Francisco Port Society. It owns the 
house of worship of the Mariners' Church, and has 
the care of providing for Its work financially. 
Charles Holbrook, President; J. Rowell, Secretary. 

Theosophical Society in America. Columbian 
Building, 916 Market street. Meetings, Thursday, 
8 p. M. Paul Bunker, President; Mrs. Bertha Bro- 
slus. Secretary. 

Theosophical Society, The. Headquarters, Odd 
Fellows' building. A free circulating library is 
located at the headquarters. Open dally from 1 
to 4 p. M. Free public lectures are given every 
Sunday evening. Lodge meetings every Wednes- 
day evening. W. J. Walters, President; Clara 
A. Brockraan, Secretary 

Theosophical Society (Universal Brother- 
hood). 819 Market street, rooms 29-30. Dr. J. A. 
Anderson, President; Alfred Robinson, Secretary. 

Young Men's Christian Association. North- 
east corner Mason and Ellis streets. There is pro- 
vided and maintained a library, gymnasium, salt 
water swimming tank and baths, free to all members 
of this Association; employment department for 
young men, monthly musical and literary receptions, 
lectures on current topics, etc., and evening educa- 
tional classes. Membership ticket, »10 a year. A 
reading room well supplied with current literature, 
daily, weekly, pictorial, secular and religious papers, 
free to members. Services In the lecture hall of the 
Association every Sunday at 3 p. m.. Monday at S p. m. 
These religious services exclusively for young men. 
The reading room is open every day from 9 a. m. to 
10 P. M. Rolla V. Watt, President: Edward Coleman 
and C. S. Wright, Vice-Presidents; I. J. Truman, 
Treasurer; H. J. McCoy, General Secretary. 

Young Women's Christian Association. 1259 
O'Farrell street. Directors meeting, first Friday of 
each month. Mrs. Wm. O. Gould, President; Miss 
Helen Van Winkle, Recording Secretary; Mrs. S. P. 
Tuggle, Corresponding Secretary. 



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MASONIC. 

Grand Lodge ofFree and Accepted Masons of 
California. Meets second Tuesday In October in 
Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. Charles L. Patton, 
Grand blaster, San Francisco; .lames A. Foshay, 
Deputy Grand Master. Los Angeles; William S. 
Wells, Senior Grand Warden, Martinez; Orrln S. 
Henderson. Junior Grand Warden. Stockton; Edward 
Coleman, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; George 



Johnson, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; Edward 
B. Church, Grand Chaplain, San Francisco; Carroll 
Cook, Grand Orator, San Francisco; William H. 
Edwards, Grand Lecturer, San Francisco; John 
Tonnlngsen, Grand Marshal, San Francisco; Jerome 
B. Richardson, Grand Bible Bearer, Sulsun; John W. 
Boyd, Grand Sword Bearer, Sacramento; Samuel 
Prager, Grand Standard Bearer, Los Angeles; 
Emanuel J Louis, Senior Grand Deacon, San Diego; 
Thomas J. Richards, Junior Grand Deacon, Mendo- 
cino; Walter Jansen, Senior Grand Steward, Lincoln; 
Philip Davis, Junior Grand Steward, San Francisco; 
Edward S. West, Grand Pursuivant, Santa Cruz; 
Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, San Francisco; 
George P. Adams, Grand Tyler, San Francisco. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons op 
California. Meets on third Tuesday of April of 
each year at 10 a. m.. Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. 

Edward R. Hedges, Grand High Priest, Stockton: 
Samuel H. Wagener, Deputy Grand High Priest, San 
Jose; Lewis C. Wlttenmyer, Grand King, Martinez; 
Charles F. Lott, Grand Scribe, OrovlUe; Franklin H. 
Day, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; William A. 
Davies, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; Thomas 
Kyle, Grand Chaplain, San Francisco; Franklin H. 
Day, Grand Lecturer, San Francisco; Charles L. 
Patton, Grand Captain of the Host, San Francisco; 
Thomas Flint, Jr., Grand Royal Arch Captain, San 
Juan; Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, San Fran- 
cisco; Charles E. Gillett, Grand Guard, Oakland. 

Grand Commandery of Knights Templar op 
California. Meets on first Thursday after the 
third Tuesday of April of each year. Sir Frederick 
M. Miller, Grand Commander, Fresno; Sir George 
B. McKee, Deputy Grand Commander, San Jose; 
Sir W. Frank Pierce, Grand Generalissimo, Oakland; 
Sir Wm. D. Knights, Grand Captain-General, Sac- 
ramento; Sir Reuben Henry Sink, Grand Prelate, 
Stockton; Sir George Sinsabaugh, Grand Senior 
Warden, Los Angeles; Sir John B. Dejarnett, Grand 
Junior Warden, Colusa; Sir Edward Coleman, Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; Sir William A. Davies, 
Grand Recorder, San Francisco; Sir George W. Mer- 
rill, Grand Warder, Pomona; Sir Samuel D. Mayer, 
Grand Organist, San Francisco; Sir George W. Per- 
kins. Grand Captain of the Guards, San Francisco; 
Sir Brilsford P. Flint, Grand Standard Bearer, San 
Francisco. 

Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters 
or California. Meets on Monday preceding third 
Tuesday of April each year at 10 a. m.. Masonic Tem- 
ple, 8 Post street. Jacob H. Nefl, Grand Master, San 
Francisco; William B. Scarborough, Deputy Grand 
Master, Los Angeles; John G.Blsbee, Grand Conduc- 
tor of Work; Franklin H. Day. Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco; William A. Davies, Grand Recorder, 
San Francisco; Thos. Kyle, Grand Chaplain, San 
Francisco; Albert H. Merritt, Grand Captain of 
Guards, Oakland; David M. Sutherland, Grand Lec- 
turer. Los Angeles; Edward Kell, Grand Steward, 
Sonora: Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist. San Fran- 
cisco; Charles E. Gillett, Grand Sentinel, Oakland. 

Scottish Rite of Free Masonry. San Fran- 
cisco Consistory No. 1. Meets at call of the Em- 
inent Master In Masonic Temple. 

Godfrey de St. Omar Council, No. 1. Knights 
Kadosh. Meets at the call of the Commander in 
Masonic Temple. 

Yerba Buena Chapter, No. 1, Knights Rose 
Croix. Meets at the call of the W. Master in 
Masonic Temple. 

Yerba Buena Lodge of Perfection, No. 1. 
Meets every Friday evening in Masonic Temple. 

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 

California Commandery No. 1. Stated assembly 
every Friday evening In Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Commandery No. 16. Stated as- 
sembly first and third Mondays of each month in 
Goldeii Gate Hall. 623 Sutter street. 

ROYAL ARCH MASONS 

San Francisco Chapter No. 1. Stated meetings 
first and third Mondays of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

California Chapter No. 5. Stated meetings 
first and third Tuesdays of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

MASONIC LODGES. 
The Masonic lodges meet in this city as follows: 
California No. 1. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing in Masonic Temple. H. P. Umbsen, W. M. 



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La P\kfaite Union No. 17. Meets every Friday 
evening In Masonic Temple. J. E. Artlgues, W. M. 

OcciDKNTAL No. 22. Meets every Monday even- 
ing in Masonic Temple. E. J. Thomas, W. M. 

Golden Gate No. 30. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing In Masonic Temple. J. A. Humphreys, W. M. 

Mount Moriah No. 44. Meets every Wednesday 
evening In Masonic Temple. J. C. Kimball, W. M. 

Fidelity No. 120. Meets every Thursday evening 
In Masonic Temple. A. J. Barnett, W. M. 

Hermann No. 127. Meets every Monday evening 
in Masonic Temple. Richard Sternltzky, "VV. M. 

Pacific No. 136. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
121 Eddy street. C. Jelllnek, "W. M. 

Crockett No. 139. Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning In Masonic Temple. G. C. Groezlnger, W. M. 

Oriental No. 144. Meets every Tuesday evening 
in Masonic Temple. Geo. W. Brooks, W. M. 

Excelsior No. 166. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing in Masonic Temple. W. N. Brunt, W. M. 

Mission No. 169. Meets every Wednesday evening 
at 2628 Mission street. Chas. A. Day, W. M. 

South San Francisco No. 212. Meets every 
Thursday evening in Masonic Hall, southeast cor- 
ner Railroad and Fourteenth avenues. H. F. Bahl- 
mann, W. M. 

Doric No. 216. Meets every Thursday evening in 
Masonic Temple. O. W. Chonette, W. M. 

Speranza Italiana No. 219. Meets every Satur- 
day evening in Masonic Temple. G. Leporl, W. M. 

King Solomon's No. 260. Meets every Monday 
evening in Franklin Hall, 1839 Fillmore street. G. 
W. Whlttman, W. M. 

Masonic Board of Relief. Meets In Masonic 
Temple every Saturday evening. G. W. Wlttman, 
Chairman; E. C. Hare, Secretary; Richard Stern- 
etzky. Treasurer. 

Masonic Cemetery Association. Office, room 
42, Masonic Temple. Henry L. Davis, President; 
George J. Hobe. Secretary; Franklin H.Day, Trea- 
surer; William S. Moses, Superintendent. 

Masonic Hall Association. Office, Masonic 
Temple, second floor. E. Peabody, President; 
J. Tonnlngsen, Vice-President; George Johnson, 
Secretary. 

ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. 

Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern 
Star of California. Meets on the third Tuesday 
in October of each year. George L. Darling, Worthy 
Grand Patron, San Francisco; Mrs. Fannie T. Mc- 
Cowen. Worthy Grand Matron, I'klah; Dr. Charles 
C.Corbiere, Associate Grand Patron, Redding; Mrs. 
Lulu Lucas, Associate Grand Matron, Oakland; Mrs. 
Kate J. Willats, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; 
Mrs. Isabelle L. Vawter, Grand Treasurer, Ocean 
Park; Mrs. Annie Johnson, Grand Conductress, San 
Francisco; Mrs. Minnie Hallett, Associate Grand Con- 
ductress, Oakland; Mrs. Mary C. Deveraux, Grand 
Chaplain, Santa Rosa; Miss Hettle Force, Grand Mar- 
shal. Lakeport; Mrs. Carrie B. Hoflf, Grand Adah, 
Pasadena; Mrs. Annie Klemmer, Grand Ruth, 
Willows; Miss Mary F. Corell, Grand Esther, Wood- 
bridge; Mrs. Jennie Hall, Grand Martha, Nevada 
City; Mrs. Agnes Conant, Grand Electa, Sau Jose; 
Mrs. Carolyne A. Spalding, Grand Organist, VIsalia; 
Mrs. Mary J. Beemer, Grand Warder, Wadsworth, 
Nev.; Mrs. Minnie Brown, Grand Sentinel, Los 
Angeles; office of Grand Secretary, room 64, Flood 
building, San Francisco. 

Golden Gate Chapter No. 1. Meets first and 
third Thursday evenings at 629 Sutter street. 

Ivy Chapter No. 27. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings of each month at 629 Sutter street. 

Beulah Chapter No. 99. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings of each month in Masonic 
Hall, Railroad avenue. South San Francisco. 

Harmony Chapter No. 124. Meets second and 
fourth Thursday evenings of each month at 629 
Sutter street. 

Mission Chapter No. 155. Meets second and 
fourth Saturday evenings in Masonic Hall, 2628 Mis- 
sion street. 

Olive Branch No. 169. Meets second and fourth 
Monday evenings at 223 Sutter street. 

King Solomon Chapter No. 170. Meets second 
and fourth Thursday evenings of each month, in 
Franklin Hall, 1839 Fillmore street. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. 
W. A. Bonynge, Grand Master, Los Angeles; W. 
W. Watson, Deputy Grand Master, San Francisco; 
Wm. Nichols, Jr., Grand Warden, Dutch Flat; Geo. 
T. Shaw, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; J. W. 
Harris, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; A. M. 
Drew, Grand Representative, Fresno; Karl C. 
Brueck, Grand Representative, Stockton; C. O. 
Burton, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; John Glas- 
son. Grand Trustee, Grass Valley; J. F. Nichols, 
Grand Trustee, San Francisco; Rev. E. R. Dille, 
Grand Chaplain Oakland: George Kirk, Grand 
Marshal, Oakland; James Booth, Grand Conductor, 
Los Angeles; A. A. Ferguson, Grand Guardian, 
Dutch Flat; M. P. Forbes. Grand Herald. San Fran- 
cisco. Trustees of Odd Fellows' Home— S. B. Smith, 
P. G. P., Sacramento; J. F. Thompson, P. G. M., 
Eureka; A. F. Jones, P. G., Orovllle; D. Newell, 
P. G., San Francisco; D. Flint, P. G., Sacramento. 

Office— I. O. O. F. Hall. Fortv-eighth annual ses- 
sion will be held on Tuesday, May 8, 1900, In San 
Francisco. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES, I. O. O. F., IN SAN 
FRANCISCO 

California Lodge. No. 1. Meets every Monday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 3. Meets every Fri- 
day evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Harmony Lodge, No. 13. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Verba Bueka Lodge, No. 15. Meets every 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Templar Lodge, No. 17. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Magnolia Lodge, No. 29. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 71. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Farnsworth Lodge, No. 95. Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Abou Ben Adhem Lodge, No. 112. Meets every 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Germania Lodge. No. 116. Meets every Thursday 
erening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 122. Meets every Monday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Apollo Lodge, No. 123. Meets every Friday 
evening at 1. O. O. F. Hall. 

Parker Lodge. No. 124. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Spartan Lodge. No. 125. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Masonic Hall, Fourteenth and Railroad 
avenue South. 

Unity Lodge, No. 131. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at southeast corner Sixteenth and Valencia 
streets. 

Hermann Lodge, No. 145. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 1749 Mission street. 

Pacific Lodge, No. 155. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Ophir Lodge. No. 171. Meets every Friday even- 
lug at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Occidental Lodge, No. 179. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. 194. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Golden Gate Lodge, No. 204. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Alta Lodge, No. 205. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Franco-American Lodge, No. 207. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. ^ 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 222. Meets every Monday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Morse Lodge, No. 257. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Odd Fellows's Hall. 

Western Addition Lodge, No. 285. Meets 
every Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Excelsior Lodge, No. 310. Meets every Monday 
evening at 2319 Mission street. 

Golden AVest Lodge. No. 322. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 



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Presidio Lodge, No. 334. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Octavia street, near Union. 

Sargent Lodge. >fo. 3b8. Meets every Friday 
evening at Odd Fellows' HalL 

Grand Officers of the Grand Encampment — 
JosepiiFoster. Grand Patriarch. San Diego; R.D.Gum- 
moe. Grand High Priest, Grass Valley; C. H.Wever, 
Grand Senior Warden, Alameda: Wm. H. Barnes. 
Grand Scribe. I. O. O. F. Hall, San Francisco; Henry 
C. George, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; A. C. 
Bales, Grand Junior Warden, San Jose; O. W.Erie- 
wine, Grand Representative, Sacramento; James 
W. Harris, Grand Representative. San Francisco; 
H. S. Winn. Grand Trustee. San Francisco; F. S. 
Week, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; W. S. Potter, 
Grand Trustee, San Francisco ; James Ashman. Grand 
Marshal, Los Angeles; M. P. Rose, Grand Sentinel, 
Redding; H. Dow, Deputy Grand Sentinel, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Office— I. O. O. F. Hall, San Francisco. Forty-sixth 
annual session convenes In Redding, Tuesday, Oc- 
tober 16, 1900. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 

Golden Gate No. 1. Meets second and fourth 
Saturdays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Walhalla No. 7. Meets first and third Fridays of 
each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

WiLDEY No. 23. Meets first and third Thursday 
evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Unity No. 26. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays 
of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Oriental No. 57. Meets first and third Saturdays 
of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Canton San Francisco, No. 5. Dept. Cal., 
Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F. Captain, C. H. 
Kornbeck, Commandant. Meets first Tuesday of 
each month at I. O. O. F. Building. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San Fkan- 
CISCO. M. J. Platshek, President; C. F. O'Neil, 
Secretary; Reuben H. Lloyd, Attorney. Office, room 
4. Odd Fellows' Building, southwest corner Seventh 
and Market streets. 

The General Relief Committee I. O. O. F. 
Meets every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. In Eu- 
reka Hall, I. O. O. F. Building. F. L. Turpin, Pres- 
ident; J. F. Nichols, Secretary, room 4, I. O. O. F. 
Building. 

REBEKAH ASSEMBLY, I. O. O. F. OF 
CALIFORNIA. 

Helen M. Carpenter. President, Ukiah; Caroline 
A. Hoxett, Vice-President, Gilroy; Nellie Michell, 
Warden. Grass Valley; Mary E. Donoho, Secretary. 
San Francisco; Anna M. Liese, Treasurer, East Oak- 
land: Ada Madison, Marshal, San Diego; Sarah M. 
Wolf, Conductor, Sacramento; Elizabeth Harvey, 
Chaplain. Chico; Reetta Hadden, Inside Guardian, 
San Bernardino; Gussie Hooper, Outside Guardian, 
San Francisco. 
Rebekah Lodges, I. O. O. F. in San Francisco. 

California Rebekah Lodge No. 1. Meets every 
Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Templar Rebekah Lodge No. 19. Meets every 
Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Oriental Rebekah Lodge No. 90. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Walhalla Rebekah Lodge No. 130. Meets every 
Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Amitt Rebekah Lodge No. 161. Meets every 
Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Loyal Rebekah Lodge No. 215. Meets every 
Monday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Mission Rebekah Lodge No. 225. Meets every 
Saturday evening at Fraternal Hall, 2319 Mission 
street. 

Jubilee Rebekah Lodge No. 239. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Trustees of the I. O. O. F. Orphan's Home— Lois 
M. Wyckoff, Berkeley; Olive T. Allen, Santa Rosa; 
Marian Greenwood, Stockton; Fannie Benjamin, 
Los Angeles; Elizabeth Shaw, San Francisco. 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

The Grand Council of California meets biennially 
on the first Tuesday of May. Grand Secretary's 
office, 105 St. Ann's Building. 6 Eddy street, San 
Francisco. 



Golden Council No. US. Meets last Saturday of 
each month at Alcazar Building. 

Alta Council No. 147. Meets first Friday of each 
month at 553 Market street. 

Myrtle Council No. 187. Meets the fourth Wed- 
nesday of each month at 1140 Market street. 

California Council No. 250. Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at 916 Market street. 

Bohemian Council No. 261. Meets fourth Satur- 
day of each month at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post 
street. 

Washington Council No. 480. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month at Red Men's 
Hall, 320 Post street. 

Golden Star Council No. 548. Meets the fourth 
Thursday of each month at B'nal B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Protection Council No 596. Meets the fourth 
Wednesday of each month at B'nal B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Metropolis Council No. 640. Meets first and 
third Fridays at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Mystic Council No. 674. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at room 68 Flood Building. 

Golden Shore Council No. 695. Meets the 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Shlels' Building, 
82 O'Farrell street. 

ANCIENT JEWISH ORDER EESHER SHEL 

BARZEL. 

Meets every Sunday evening at 121 Eddy street. 
Harmoriah Lodge meets second and fourth Sunday 
evenings of every month at 121 Eddy street. Monte- 
fiore Lodge meets every Sunday evening at 121 Eddy 
street. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Subsidiary High Court of the Pacific Coast was in- 
stituted November 6, 1889, in San Francisco, forming 
a part of the Universal Order known as the Ancient 
Order of Foresters Friendly Society. The High 
Court of the World is located in Plymouth, England, 
for the present year. There are 133 Courts in this 
State, and one Juvenile Court. 

The Subsidiary High Court officers are: M. Boehm, 
High Chief Ranger. San Francisco; John Hender- 
son, High Sub-Chief Ranger, San Francisco; George 
W. Lunt, High Court Treasurer, San Francisco; O. 
M. Goldaracena, High Court Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco; J. W. Chute, High Court Senior Woodward, 
San Jose; J. B. Sanford, High Court Junior Wood- 
ward, Uklah; J. G. Burgess, High Court Senior 
Beadle, El Cajon, Cal.; Geo. F. Brown, High Court 
Junior Beadle, San Francisco: John Falconer, Per- 
manent Secretary, 102 O'Farrell street, San Fran- 
cisco. 

The following Courts and Circles meet at 102 
O'Farrell street except when stated otherwise: 

Court Robin Hood, 5931. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays. 

Court Eureka, 6146. Meets first and third Tues- 
days. 

Court Occidental, 6676. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays. 

Court Star of the West, 6956. Meets Fridays. 

Court Stab or the Mission, 7197. Meets 
Wednesdays. 

Court German-America, 7472. Meets Thurs- 
days. 

CotTRT Twin Peaks. 7556. Meets Wednesdays, 
Sixteenth and Noe streets. 

Court Alcatraz. 7749. Meets second and fourth 
Fridays, corner Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Apollo, 7802. Meets Fridays. 

Court Garfield, 7803. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays. 

Court Bournemouth, 7804. Meets first and third 
Thursdays. 

Court Mazzini, 7809. Meets first and third Mot\- 
days, Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Victoire. 7811. Meets Thursdays. 

Court Justice, 7903. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays. 

Court Kensington, 7904. Meets Mondays, Twen- 
ty-fourth and Church streets. 



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Court Washington, 7913. Meets Tuesdays, 1605 
Polk street. 

Court California, 7914. Meets first and third 
Mondays, Masonic Hall, South San Francisco. 

Court America, 7916. Meets first and third Mon- 
lays. Masonic Hall, 2666 Mission street. 

Court Concord, 7917. Meets first and third Tues- 
lays. 

Court Sherwood Forest, 7920. Meets first and 
:hlrd Wednesdays of feach month at 102 O'Farrell 
street. 

Court Bohemian, 8023. Meets second and fourth 
ruesdays of each month. 

Court Del Monte, 8131. Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month. 

Court Oak Grove, 8134. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Ivanhoe, 8228. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month, corner Stockton and 
Union streets. 

Court Violet, 8356. Meets first and third Mon- 
lays. 

Court Lincoln, 8517. Meets Thursdays at 102 
3'FarreII street. 

Juvenile Court No. 1. Meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST. 

Officers of Supreme Circle— Mrs. M. E. Falconer, 
S. G.C. C, San Francisco; Mrs. M. Ash, S. G. S. C.C., 
Oakland; Mrs. Julia Bennett, S. G. T., Alameda; 
Mrs. F. N. Morrow, S. G. 8., San Francisco; Miss V. 
McXorton, S. G. R. G., San Francisco; Mrs. Lizzie 
Miller, S.G.L.G., Oakland; Mrs. C. Bacon, S. G. I. G., 
Jackson; Mrs. M. Sellman, S. G. O. G., Stockton; 
Mrs. L. E. Polk, S. G. H., Merced; Miss Daisy Fal- 
:oner. Organist, San Francisco. 

Washington Circle No. 1. Meets at A. O. F. 
Ball, 102 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Tues- 
lays. 

Minerva Circle No. 20. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, first and third Mondays. 

Eureka Circle No. 39. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, first and third Thursdays. 

California Circle No. 103. Meets at A. O. F. 
Ball. 102 O'Farrell street, first and third Wednesdays. 

Justice Circle No. 104. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Fridays. 

Mazzini Circle No. 106. Meets at cor. Union and 
Stockton streets, second and fourth Mondays. 

Franklin Circle No. 115. Meets at Shlels' Bulld- 
ng, 32 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Fridays. 

Artemis Circle No. 120. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Wednesdays 

Ivanhoe Circle No. 125. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, first and third Wednesdays. 

Sherwood Circle No. 129. Meets at A. O. F. 
Julldlng, 102 O'Farrell street, Mondays. 

Loyal Circle No. 179. Meets at Shlels' Build- 
ing, 32 O'Farrell street, Mondays. 

Liberty Circle No. 180. Meets at 3445 Seven- 
teenth street, second and fourth Thursdays. 

Bournemouth Circle No. 197. Meets at 102 
D'Farrell street, second and fourth Thursdays. 

Bohemian Circle No. 200. Meets at 102 O'Farrell 
street, second and fourth Thursdays. 

Fidelity Circle No. — . Meets at 102 O'Farrell 
street, first and third Mondays. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

State Oflicers— President, J. J. Donovan, San Fran- 
cisco; Secretary, Edward I. Sheehan, San Francisco; 
Treasurer, John P. Henry, San Francisco: Chaplain, 
Rev. D. O. Crowley, San Francisco. Headquarters 
of the Board, 120 Ninth street. Meetings in Hlber- 
1 la Hall. 

County Oflicers— J. J. Donahue, President; J. J. 
Moran, Secretary. Meets fourth Monday at 120 
Ninth street. 

Division No. 2, A. O. H. A. Meets first Tuesday 
of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 3, A. O. H. A. Meets second Wed- 
nesday of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 



Division No. 6. A. O. H. A. Meets first Wednes- 
day of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 8, A. O. H. A. Meets second Friday 
of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 9, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at St. Theresa's 
Hall. 

Division No. 10, A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 11, A. O. H. A. Meets first Friday 
of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 12, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 14, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at Hlbernla Hall. 

Division No. 17, A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at St. Paul's Hall. 

Division No. 20, A. O. H. A. Meets first Tuesday 
of each month at N. S. G. W. Hall, Seventeenth street 

County Extension Board— Frank Conklln, 
President; Robert S. Shepston, Secretary. Meets 
first and third Mondays at Hlbernla Hall. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN 

The Grand Lodge of California meets annually on 
the first Tuesday of April. Its headquarters are 
65-66 Flood Building. Grand Master Workman, 
Charles E. Snook, Oakland; Grand Foreman, W. E. D. 
Morrison, Los Angeles; Grand Overseer, E. A. Free- 
man, Jackson; Grand Recorder, Carlington T. 
Spencer, San Francisco; Grand Receiver, Sam Booth, 
San Francisco; Grand Guide, James Popert, Sacra- 
mento: Grand Inside Watchman, C. S. Curtis, San 
Francisco; Grand Outside Watchman, J. D. NIeld, 
San Francisco; Grand Medical Examiner, Dr. J. 
Mayon, Oakland; Deputy Grand Master Workman, 
Edwin Danforth, San Francisco; Grand Lecturer, 
William H. Barnes, San Francisco. 

LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

San Francisco No. 4. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

Golden Gate No. 8. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Harmony No. 9. Meets every Saturday evening 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Terba Buena No. 14. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bernal No. 19. Meets every Monday evening at 
the corner of Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

Unity No. 27. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Valley No. 30. Meets evei;y Wednesday evening 
at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Spartan No. 36. Meets every Saturday evening 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Magnolia No. 41. Meets every Monday evening 
at 320 Post street. 

Myrtle No. 42. Meets every Saturday evening, 
except the second, at r20 O'Farrell street. 

Franklin No. 44. Meets every Friday evening at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Hercules No. 53. Meets every Friday evening 
at 1839 Fillmore street. 

Washington No. 60. Meets every Monday even 
Ing at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Burns No. 68. Meets every Thursday evening at 
120 O'Farrell street. 

St. John No. 73. Meets every Thursday evening 
at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Excelsior No. 126. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at 2319 Mission street. 

Olympic No. 127. Meets second and fourth Tues- 
day evenings at 20 Eddy street. 

Fidelity No. 136. Meets every WedneSflay even- 
ing at 320 Post street. 

Bay View No. 159. Meets every Friday evening 
at Corinthian Hall, South San Francisco. 

Memorial No. 174. Meets every Monday evening 
at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Friendship No. 179. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Triumph No. 180. Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Friendship Hall, I. O. O. F. Building. 



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XOE Valley No. 1S5. Meets every Tuesday even 
ing at Twenty-fourth and Church streets. 

Alta Xo. 242. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
3092 Twenty-fourth street. 

FAiRMorxT Xo. 247. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 1579 Valencia street. 

EuBEKA Valley Xo. 252. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 403 Xoe street. 

GoLDEjr 'West Xo. 264. Meets every Saturday 
evening at Potrero Hall. 

Cbocker Xo. 302. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at 2319 Mission street. 

Pkospekity Xo. 309. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Park Xo. 327. Meets every Thursday evening at 
325 Devisadero street. 

LrBERTT Xo. 344. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
1 Plymouth avenue. 

DEGREE OF HOXOR, A. O. V. TV. 
Grand Chief of Honor, Mrs. Viola S. Xorman, Santa 
Ana: Grand Lady of Honor. Mrs. Flora J. Xay. Pasa- 
dena; Grand Chief of Ceremonies. Mrs. Cordelia 
Albin, Fresno; Grand Recorder. Miss Loretta Don- 
nelly, room 63 Flood Building, San Francisco; 
Grand Receiver, Miss Margarette H. Ohea. San 
Francisco: Grand Usher, Mrs. Eva Booth, Los An- 
geles; Grand Inner Watch, Mrs. Dora Vinter, San 
Jose: Grand Outer TVatch, Miss Minnie Yale, Santa 
Cruz, 

Silver Spray Xo. 3. Meets first and third Tues- 
day evenings at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street 

Past Master Workmen's Association of the 
A. O. U. W. Officers— C. S. Curtis, President; F. J. 
McGulre, Recorder. Meets at 32 O'Farrell street. 

BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER 

OF ELKS. 

Sax Francisco Lodge Xo. 3. Meets everv Friday 
evening at 223 Sutter street. T. F. Bonnet, E. R."; 
Herman Kohn. Secretary. 1513 Scort street; George 
E. Hunt. TreBsurer. 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVO- 
LUTION. 

Object— Protection of historical spots, encourage- 
ment of historical research, preservation of relics 
and records of the Revolution and to foster true 
patriotism. State Regent, Mrs. John F. Swift, hon- 
orary State Regents, Mrs. William Alvord, Mrs. 
Jessie Benton Fremont. 

Sequoia Chapter. Meets from September to May 
inclusive at rooms of Chapter, 1620 California street. 
Mrs. C T. Mills. Chapter Regent; Mrs. Irving F. 
Moulton, Secretary. 

PuERTA del Oro Ch.apter. Mccts at residences 
of the members September to May inclusive. 
Mrs. Henry Gibbons. Chapter Regent. 

California Chapter. Meets at residences of the 
members September to May inclusive, Mrs, A. L. 
Bancroft, Chapter Regent 



FORESTERS OF AMERICA. 

The objects of this order are to unite fraternally 
all white males of good character, between the ages 
of eighteen and fifty years, to aid its sick members, 
bury its dead, give relief to their widows and or- 
phans, to find employment for the unemployed 
members, and all other benevolent purposes. There 
are one hundred and fifty Courts in the State, also 
branches known as Knights of Sherwood Forest, and 
the Companions of the Forest. 

The Supreme body of the order is known as the Su- 
preme Court, and was organized in Minneapolis on 
August 15. 1889, having on that day seceded from the 
Ancient Order of Foresters In England. The Su- 
preme Court meets biennially. Xe.xt meeting at 
Detroit, Michigan. 

Grand Court of California organized November 
20, 1SS9, Officers for the year ending Mav, 1901: 
Joseph W. Hughes, P. G. C. R.. Sacramento: HugoK. 
Asher, G. C. R.. San Francisco; John Heenan. G. S. 
C. R., San Francisco; F. Conklln, G. Treasurer, San 
Francisco; Jno. J. Cordy, G, Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco; J. E. O'Brien, G. Recording Secretary, San 
Francisco; George Goldman. G. S. W., San Diego; 
Max Grimm, G. J. W., LodI; Warren M. John, G. S, 



B., San Luis Obispo; J, W, McCoy. G. J, B., Hay- 
wards; Grand Secretary's office, third floor. Alcazar 
Building, 120 O'Farrell street, San Francisco. 

Xext meeting of Grand Court will convene in 
Ohico, Cal., first Tuesday in May. 1901. 

Thirty-eight Courts and four Junior Courts meet 
in this city at the Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 
street, unless otherwise specified. 

Court Robin Hood Xo. 1. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Aurora Xo. 2. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court America Xo. 3. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Potrero Opera House. 

Court California Xo. 4. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Golden Gate Xo. 5. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court San Francisco Xo. 7. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Bay City Xo. 11. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Eucleian Xo, 13. Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month. 

Court Eclipse Xo. 14. Meets first and third 
Monday evenings. 

Court Hubertus Xo. 15 (German). Meets every 
Friday evening in Druids Hall. 413 Sutter street. 

Court Justice Xo. IB. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month. 

Court Inter Xos Xo. 18. Meets every Friday eve- 
ning. 

Court Golden West Xo. 20. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month, 32 O'Farrell street. 

Court Zenith Xo. 21. Meets every first and 
third Monday evening. 

Court Golden State Xo, 22. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Court Defiance Xo. 23, Meets every Thurs- 
day evening. 

Court Stanford Xo. '27. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Magnolia Xo. 29. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month; 

Court El Dorado Xo. 31. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month. 

Court Golden Eagle Xo. 33. Meets first and 
third Thursday evenings. 

Court Golden Era Xo. 36. Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month in Pythian Castle, 909 
Market street. 

Court Washington Xo, 37, Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month in Elk's Hall, 2'23 
Sutter stret. 

Court Presidio Xo. 40. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings in Steimke's Hall, Octavia and 
Union streets. 

Court Mayflower Xo. 41. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month In Mission Parlor 
Hall. 3445 17th street. 

Court Yerba Buena Xo. 42. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

Court Bonita Xo. 43. Meets every Monday in 
Bonlta Hall, 24ih and Folsom streets. 

Court Seal Rock Xo. 45, Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in Pythian Castle. 909 Market street. 

Court Acme No. 51. Meets first and third Friday 
evenings 

Court Palo Alto Xo, 53. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month Elks Hall, Sutter 
street and Grant avenue. 

Court Columbia Xo. 55. Meets every first and 
third Tuesday evening. 

Court Hayes Valley Xo. 59. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings In Pythian Castle, 909 
Market street. 

Court Live Oak Xo. 67. Meets first and third 
■fhursdays of each month In Masonic Hall, Railroad 
and 15th avenues. South San Francisco. 

Court Farallone Xo. 71. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month In Murphy's Hall, 
Ocean View. 

Court Barbarossa No. 79 (German). Meets 
every Thursday evening at 1749 Mission street. 



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Court Richmond No. 86. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month In Fraternal Hall, Fillmore 
and Bush streets. 

Court Independence No. 104. Meets every Mon- 
day evening. 

Court Ferruccio No. 132 (Italian^. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays of each month In Washlngt^jn 
Square Hall, corner Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Sutro Heights No. 136. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at Balboa Hall, N. 
S. G. W. Hall. 

Court Pride or Caltfoknia No. 1 (Junior 
Branch). Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of 
each month. 

Court Young America No. 2 (Junior Branch). 
Meets first and third Thursdays of each month In 
Potrero Opera House. 

Court Pride of the Golden West No. 3 
(Junior Branch). Mee.ts first and third Wednesdays 
of each month In Shiel's Building. 

Court Jr. Pride of Pacific No. 4. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays In Alcazar Building. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST OF AMERICA. 

The Companions of the Forest of America Is the 
recognized ladles' branch of the Foresters of Amer- 
ica. This branch has the power of making Its own 
laws without interference from the parent organiza- 
tion, and is under the control of the Supreme 
Circle. The next meeting of the Supreme Circle 
will convene in Niagara Falls, New York, on the first 
Tuesday in September, 1901. 

Grand Circle of California. Organized Jan- 
narv 23, 1S88. Otflcers for the year ending June 1, 
1900— Ira W. Coburn. P. G. C. C, San Francisco; Mrs. 
F. Jacobs, Grand Chief Companion, San Francisco: 
Mrs. K. Agee, Grand Sub-Chief Companion, Merced: 
Miss A. D. Bremer, Grand Financial Secretary, 
Alameda; Mrs. L. Atwood, Grand Recording Secre- 
tary, San Francisco; Miss Alice Tlcoulet, Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; A. M. Martin, Grand 
Marshal, Watson vllle; Miss M. Bailey, Grand Right 
Guide, San Francisco; Miss .1. Aust, Grand Left 
Guide, San Diego; Miss J. Workura, Grand Inner 
Guard, Santa Barbara; Mrs. M. Melehan, Grand 
Outer Guard, Petaluma; Mrs. W. J. Donlon. Grand 
Organist. San Francisco. Mrs. J. W. Shaffer of Kern 
City, Mrs. R. Kemp van Ee of San Francisco and Mrs. 
A. Davis of Oakland, Grand Trustees. Mr.s. E. Har- 
rington, P. G. C. C; H. Kohn and M. Levy, Grand 
Auditors. (Jrand Financial Secretary's office, 823 
Central avenue, Alameda. 

The next meeting of the Grand Circle will con- 
vene on Wednesday, June 1, 1900. in Oakland. 

There are forty circles In the State, fifteen of 
which meet in this city at the Alcazar Building, 
unless otherwise specified. 

Excelsior Circle No. 2. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Bat City Circle No. 11. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

Diana Circle No. 22. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month In K. of P. Hall, 909 Market 
street. 

Golden Gate Circle No. 23. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month. 

Lorelet Circle No. 26 (German). Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month. 

Live Oak Circle No. 29. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Robin Hood Circle No. 58. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Mizpah Circle No. 100. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at Potrero Opera House. 

Golden Era Circle No. 103. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month In K. of P. Hall, 909 
Market street. 

BoNiTA Circle No. 104. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month In Bonlta Hall, Twenty- 
fourth and Folsom streets. 

Pride of the Forest Circle No. 204. Meets 
first and third Tuesdays of each month In Myrtle 
Hall, Seventh and Railroad avenues. South San 
Francisco. 

Inter Nos Circle No. 215. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month In K. of P. Hall, 909 Market 
street. 

San Francisco Circle No. 267. Meets secono 
and fourth Thursdays of each month in Mission 
Opera Hall, 2123 Mission street. 



Presidio Circle No. 268. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month In Steimke's Hall, Octavia, 
near Union street. 

Palo Alto Circle No. 329. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays. 

Ferruccio Circle No. 452. Meets first and third 
Thursdays In Washington Square Hall, 607 Union 
street. 



FRATERNAL MYSTIC CIRCLE. 

Supreme office, Philadelphia, Pa. Headquarters 
for California, room 40 Phelan Building. A. N. 
Meals, General State Deputy: C. N. Ryder, S. S. 
Deputy. 

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. 

San Francisco Aerie No. 5. Meets every Friday 
evening at B'nal B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. Ed. 
L. Head. President; Oscar Hocks, Vice-President: 
Gus. Pohlmann, Secretary, 338 Sutter. 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Department of California and Nevada. Or- 
ganized April 15, 1867. Headquarters, City Hall, 
third floor. Objects— To organize, and to promote 
and perpetuate a fraternal feeling amongst all hon- 
orably discharged soldiers, marines and sailors who 
served in the war of the Rebellion; also to aid those 
of them who are in distress, and to provide for 
widows and orphans of deceased comrades. Eligi- 
bility to membership— Service between April 12, 
1861, and April 9, 1865. No person eligible who has 
at any time borne arms against the United States. 

Officers of the Department— George M. Mntt, Dept. 
Commander. Sacramento: Stephen D. Ballou. S. V. 
Dept. Commander, San Luis Obispo: Horace Bell, 
J. V. Dept. Commander, Los Angeles; T. C. Mastel- 
ler, A. A. General, San Francisco; Dr. L. T. Holland, 
Medical Director, Los Angeles; Rev.W. A. Knighten, 
Chaplain, Los Angeles. 

Council of Administration- J G. Giestlng. A. Maut- 
ner, R Graham, San Francisco; Sam Kutz, Los An- 
geles; A. D. Thatcher, Pomona. 

Lincoln Post No. 1. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 121 Eddy street. S. W. Carpenter, Com-- 
mander. 

Geo. H. Thomas Post No. 2. Meets first and 
third Tuesday evenings at 320 Post street. A. 
Mautner, Commander. 

James A. Garfield Post No. 34. Meets every 
Tuesday at 114 O'Farrell street. Jacob WoUner, 
Commander. 

Colonel Cass Post No. 46. Meets first Wednes- 
day evening at Mission Parlor Hall, Seventeenth and 
Valencia streets. James Butler, Commander. 

Gen. Geo. G. Meade Post No. 48. Meets first 
and third Tuesday evenings at 102 O'Farrell street. 
A. E. Leavitt, Commander. 

Liberty Post No. 133. Meets third Thursday 
evening at 1133 Mission street. Z. McLaughlin, Com- 
mander. 

Veteran Guard of California, G. A. R. Meets 
every Monday evening at California Hall, 620 Bush 
street. J. Knowlton, Captain; H. W. Mortimer, 
Adjutant: Eugene Wiegand, Quartermaster: J. J. 
Frank, Commissary; J. H. Banfield, 1st Sergeant. 

Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery As- 
sociation — Incorporated January 2Sth, 1870 Meet- 
ings held at 422 California street. Objects—" To hold 
grounds to be used as a cemetery for the burial 
of deceased members of the Grand Army, and also 
for the interment of any and all persons who may 
have honorably served in the land or naval forces of 
the United States during the Rebellion of 1861 to 
1865, who may hereafter become deceased." Annual 
meetings held last Tuesday in January. 

Officers— H. T. Hobbert, President; C. "ffi. Gordon, 
Vice-President; J. C. Innes, Secretary, 1207 Bush 
street; C. Mason Kinne, Treasurer. 

WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. 
Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic. 
Objects— To cultivate the spirit of patriotism among 
the living, and cherish the memory of those who 
died to preserve the Republic; to assist Union 
veterans and their dependent ones in dis- 
tress, and to procure for them and for needy 
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membership consists In good moral character, patri- 
otism in the past and assurance of for the future, and 
the attainment of the age of sixteen years 

Department Officers of California and Nevada — 
Cora A. Merrltt, Dept. President, Oakland: Mrs. 
Flora Bowley, S. V. Dept. President, San Francisco; 
Mrs. Mary A. Livingston. J. V. Dept. President, San 
Diego; Mrs. S. J. Farwell, Treasurer, Oakland; Mrs. 
Nellie V. Davis, Chaplain, Carson City, Nevada. 

LixcoLX Corps No. .3. Edith M. Comstock, Presi- 
dent; Alice L. Staples, Secretary; Mary E. Fergu 
son. Treasurer. Meets every Thursday evening at 
35 Eddy street. 

James A. Garfield Corps No. 21. Mary Sen- 
ders, President; Nellie Hendrlxsen, Secretary; Dora 
Wilkens, Treasurer. Meets at 120 OTarrell street 
every Tuesday evening. 

General George G. Meade Corps No. 61. Abble 
Trask, President; Helen Black, Secretary; Hattle 
M. Baldwin, Treasurer. Meets lirst and third Tues- 
day evenings at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic. 
Objects— To keep Memorial Day forever sacred; to 
see that children are properly taught the history of 
our country and Imbued with patriotism, and to assist 
the Grand Army of the Republic in all its charitable 
and benevolent work. Eligibility — All mothers, 
wives, sisters and daughters of soldiers, sailors or 
marines who served honorably during the war of 
the Rebellion; also army nurses of good character. 
Seven Pines Circle No. 3. Meets every Monday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Department Officers— Mrs. E. J. Waggoner. Dept. 
President. Sacramento; Mrs. Bellingham, S. V. Dept. 
President, Los Angeles; Mrs. Mattie Hanson, J. V. 
Dept. President. San Jose; Mrs. Mary Smith, Treas- 
urer, San Francisco; Mrs. C. R. Mayhugh, Chaplain. 
San Francisco; Mrs. Pauline 1711118, Councilor, San 
Francisco. 

Council of Administration— Olive "Welsh, San Jose; 
Mary Brough, Vallejo; Lena Scholten, San Fran- 
cisco. 



GUARDIANS OF THE HOME. 

Supreme office. Denver. Colo. Major A. E. Ransom. 
State Organizer, l!) Crocker Building. San Francisco 



IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Red Men's Hall. 320 Post street. E. B. Wilson, 
Great Sachem, Sacramento; F. D. Brandon. Great 
Senior Sagamore, San Francisco; A. L. Holder. 
Great Junior Sagamore, Sau Francisco; Geo. W. 
Collins. Great Prophet. San Francisco; Porter L. 
Bliss. Great Chief of Keco.-ds, San Francisco; Wm. 
J. Smith. Great Iveeper of Wampum, San Francisco; 
F. A. Whipple. Great Representative, Fort Bragg: 
Geo. W. Lovie, Great Representative. Redwood 
City; C. F. Burgman, Great Representative, San 
Francisco; Geo. W. Collins. Great Representative, 
San Francisco; Wm. J. Smith, Great Representative, 
San Francisco; J. W. Crone. Great Sann<»p, Sacra- 
mento; F. W. Swan, Great Mishlnewa, San Fran- 
cisco; C. M. Brown, Great Guard of Wigwam, 
Vallejo; S. L. Richards, Great Guard of Forest, Grass 
Valley; Great Trustees— Wm. Rotrosky, Henrry A. 
Chase, Benj. F. Josselyn, San Francisco. 

There are flfty-one tribes in the State. The fol- 
lowing meet in San Francisco; 

Manzanita No. 4. Every Wednesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Miantonomah No. 9. Every Tuesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

PoHONACHEE No. 10. Every Monday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Pocahontas No. 11. Every Friday evening at 
320 Post street. 

SoTOTOME No. 12. Every Thursday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Seminole No. 54. Every Wednesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Modoc No. 57. Every Thursday evening at 320 
Post street. 

Winnemucca No. 61. Every Friday at 320 Post 
street. 

Osceola No. 71. Every Thursday evening at 320 
Post street. 

White Eagle No. 72. Every Tuesday evening at 
Twenty-fourth street and Potrero avenue. 



Bald Eagle No, 
120 O'Farrell street. 



75. Every Friday evening at 



Arapahoe No. 76. Every Friday evening at 320 
Post street. 



Montezuma No. 
320 Post street. 



Every Tuesday evening at 



OsHONEE No. 78, Every Wednesday evening at 
23 O'Farrell street. 

Altahmos No. 87. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at 121 Eddy street 

Ahwashte No. 89. Every Friday evening at Twin 
Peaks Hall, Noe and Seventeenth streets. 

MoNADNOCK Tribe No. 100. Meets every Friday 
evening at 2131 Mission. 

TosEMiTE Tribe No. 103. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

Seneca Tribe No. 104. Meets every evening at 
320 Post street. 

Improved Order of Red Men Endowment Fund 
Association. G S. Graham, President; P. S. Sey- 
mour, Secretary. Meets first Tuesday evening In 
each quarter at 320 Post street. 

Improved Order of Red Men's Hall Associa- 
tion of San Francisco. Meets the second Monday 
of each month at 320 Post stieet. Officers — Davis 
Louderback. President; Benjamin F. Josselyn, Vice- 
President; William J. Smith, Secretary; William 
Rotrosky, Treasurer. 

IsiPROvED Order of Red Men Relief and 
Burial Association, 320 Post street. H. S. Winn, 
President; Henry A. Chase, Secretary. 



DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS. 

Mrs. Annie E. Gill, Great Pocahontas. Sacramento; 
Mrs. Jennie Weisel, Great Wenonah. San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. Mlna Rew, Great Minnehaha, Alameda; 
Mrs. H. A, Whipple, Great Prophetess, Fort Bragg: 
Mrs. E. J. Brazile, Great Keeper Records, Sacra- 
mento; Miss K. A. Keane, Great Keeper Wampum, 
Stockton. 

COUNCILS, DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS 

There are seventeen councils in the State, and the 
following meet In San Francisco; 

Pocahontas Council No. 3. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Alfaeetta Council No. 10. Meets every Friday, 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Kahweah Council No. 24. Meets every Friday 
evening at 121 Eddy street. 

Matoaka Council No. 18. Meets every Wednes- 
day, Mission Opera Hall, 2131 Mission street. 



INCORPORATED BENEVOLENT AND PRO- 
TECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 6 (Incorporated). 
Meets at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 
Exalted Ruler; Geo. A. McGowan. 
Esteemed Leading Knight; W. Kugler. Esteemed 
Loyal Knight: A. Cunnntngham, Esteemed Lecturing 
Knight; J M. MolTltt. Rec ording Secretary ; Wm. M. 
Josephi, Financial Secretary; H.J. Willis. Treasurer; 
S. Graf. Tyler: John Dern, H. Helwegen, J. W. 
Thrasher and H. H. Davis, Trustees; Dr. Ed. M. 
Cherry. Chaplain; H. O. Simmons, Inside Guard; E. 
K. Hill. Esquire. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER B'NAI B'RITH. 

District Grand Lodge No. 4. Lucius L. Solo- 
mons, Grand President, San Francisco; I. J. Asch- 
helm. Grand Secretary, 1137 Geary street; Benjamin 
Harris. Grand Treasurer. Annual meeting on the 
third Sunday In February, 

B'NAI B'rith Hall Association. Jos. Roths- 
child, President; I.J. Aschheim, Secretary. Meetings, 
second Wednesday of each month at the hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

San Francisco Board of Relief, I. O. B'nal 
B'rith. Meets at B'nal B'rith Hall on the first and 
third Sundays of each month. Gerson Nathan, Pres- 
ident: Harry Ankel, Secretary. 



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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

The Pacific Coast branch office Is at 1625 Post 
Btrcet, San Francisco. The High Court of California 
Is located at Los Angeles. G. A. McElfresh, H. C. R., 
Bryson Block, Los Angeles; F. M. Parker, P. H. C. 
R.."Los Angeles; S. L. Hogue, H. V. C.R., Fresno; W. 
H. Perry, High Secretary, Bryson Block, Los Angeles; 
W. E. Reavls, High Treasurer, Los Angeles; J. C. 
Stiuson, M. D., High Physician, San Francisco; F. D. 
McClure, High Counselor, Vlsalia; W. M. Johnson, 
M. D., G. W. Hood. High Auditors, Los Angeles; Rev. 
J. M. Pratt, High Orator, Butte City; S. R. Kellam, 
High Journal Secretary, Los Angeles; P. L. Archi- 
bald, High Senior Woodward, San Francisco; G. D. 
Goldman, High Junior Woodward, San Diego; J. S. 
Hurry, High Senior Beadle, San Francisco; F. M. 
Packard. High Junior Beadle, El Rio; L. Kroner, 
High Marshal, Brentwood; D. A. Kellogg. M. D., 
High Conductor, Placervllle; A. A. St. Clair, High 
Messenger, Gilroy; E. E. Miller, High Organist, 
Sebastopol. The next High Court session will be 
held at Santa Cruz on the second Tuesday in October, 
IS'OO. The following Courts are located in San Fran- 
cisco: 

Court Golden Gate No. 603. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays at 35 Eddy street. 

CorRT Endeavor No. 627. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays at 20 Eddy street. 

Court San Francisco No. 822. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays at 320 Post street. 

Court Yeeba Buena No. 913. Meets every Tues- 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Court Diana No. 1133. Meets every Thursday at 
20 Eddy street. 

Court Southern Heights No. 1150. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays in Potrero Opera House. 

Court Golden Era No. 1315. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays at 20 Eddy street. 

Court Mission No. 1369. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays in Native Sons' Hail, 3445 Seventeenth 
street. 

Court Sunset No. 1541. Meets fourth Thursday 
In Franklin Hall, 1839 Fillmore street. 

Court Noe Valley No. 1729. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays in Duveneck Hall, corner Church 
and 24th streets. 

Court Seal Rock No. 3041. Meets first and third 
Mondays at 317 Devisadero street. 

Court Pbecita No. 3398. Meets first and third 
Mondays at 2668 Mission street. 

Court Alcyone No. 3515. Meets fourth Thursday 
at 320 Post street. 

Court Acacia No. 3742. Meets first Thursday of 
each month. 

Court Point Lobos No. 3945. Meets fourth 
Thursday in Richmond Hall, corner 4th avenue and 
Clement street. 

Court Apollo No. 3946. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays at 2131 Mission street. 

Court Friar Tuck No. 3947. Meets second Thurs- 
day at 320 Post street. 

Court Madrone No. 3949. Meets third Thursday 
at 320 Post street. 

Court Golden Gate Park No. 4004. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays at 317 Devisadero street. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Meets at 510 Bush street. John Mangels, Grand 
Chief, San Francisco; B. A. Sammann, Grand Sec- 
retary, 1209 Fillmore street, San Francisco. 

Independent Order Red Men's Hall Associa- 
tion. Meetings held second Tuesday of each month 
at 510 Bush street. Charles Schlessinger, President; 
B. A. Sammann. Secretary, 1209 Fillmore street; 
D. H. Schriefer, Treasurer. 



JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN 
MECHANICS. 

San Francisco oflice, 214 Pine street. State Coun- 
cilor, H. G. Squier, San Jose, Cal.; State Vice- 
Councilor, J.F.Burns, Los Angeles; State Council 
Secretary, H. Paine, 1675 12th street, Oakland. 
Subordinate councils in San Francisco: 
A. Lincoln Council No. 2. Meets at 121 Eddy 
street every Tliursday evening. 



Stark King Council No. 6. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

U. S. Grant Council No. 19. Meets at 32 O'Far- 
rell street every Friday evening. 

James A. Garfield Council No. 21. Meets at 32 
O'Farrell street every Monday evening. 

Alexander Hamilton Council No. 35. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 



KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Grand Lodge op California. Room 47, St. Ann's 
Building. Prescott L. Archibald, Grand Dictator, 
San Francisco; Charles H. Holcomb, Grand Vice- 
Dictator, San Francisco; Thomas Johnstone, Grand 
Reporter, San Francisco; Ben. I. Solomon, Grand As- 
sistant Dictator, San Francisco; F. W. Zehfuss, 
Grand Treasurer, San F'rancisco; G. A. Wanamaker, 
Grand Chaplain, Grass Valley; C. A. Garthorne, 
Grand Guide, San Francisco; H. C. Farrier, Grand 
Guardian, San Francisco; W. S. Lane, Grand Sent- 
inel, Fresno; A. H. Volgt, Past Grand Dictator, Los 
Angeles; E. F.Joy, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; 
A. M. Macpherson, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; 
Charles Lampe, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; C. F. 
Curry, Supreme Lodge Representative, Sacramento; 
M. L. Crowe, Supreme Lodge Representative, San 
Francisco; A. H. Voight, Supreme Lodge Alternate, 
Los Angeles; H. J. Lask, Supreme Lodge Alternate, 
San Francisco. 

American Eagle Lodge No. 2204. Meets first 
and third Wednesday evenings of each month at 20 
Eddy street. L. Axtman, Reporter. 

Anchor Lodge No. 2366. Meets every Monday 
evening at 35 Eddy street. J. C. Williams, Reporter. 

Charter Oak Lodge No. 1755. Meets first and 
third Friday evenings of each month at 410 Kearny 
street. H. K. Cummlngs, Reporter. 

Confidence Lodge No. 2282. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 411 
California street. Harry J. Lask, Reporter. 

Eureka Lodge No. 17.56. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings at 20 Eddy street. George Y. 
Derning, Reporter. 

Far West Lodge No. 2324. Meets second and last 
Thursday evenings at Steiner and Geary streets. 
W. J. Thompson, Reporter. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 2108. Meets first and third 
Friday evenings of each month at Red Men's Build- 
ing. T. S. Hotchkiss, Reporter. 

Friendship Lodge No. 1731. Meets first and 
third Monday evenings at Alcazar Building. E. Bon- 
nell, Reporter. 

Germania Lodge (works in German) No. 1718. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Alcazar Building. 
John F. Rau, Reporter. 

Ivy Lodge No. 1716. Meets second and last Friday 
evenings of each month at 20 Eddy street. Isaac 
Onyon, Reporter. 

Keystone Lodge No. 2107. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Alcazar building. Fred Raisch, Re- 
porter. 

Leland Stanford Lodge No. 3872. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 20 Eddy street. J. J. Beran 
Reporter. 

Liberty Lodge No. 3496. Meets every Monday 
evening at Alcazar Building. B. I. Solomon, Re- 
porter. 

Norman Lodge No. 1841. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 121 Eddy street. Jacob Gans, Reporter. 

Polar Star Lodge No. 3027. Meets every Friday 
evening at Sixteenth and Valencia streets. E. 
Worth, Reporter. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 1922. Meets every 
Monday evening at Alcazar building. S. ^aum. Re- 
porter. 

Saxon Lodge No. 1848. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. A. R. 
Holzheid, Reporter. 

Tancred Lodge No. 1927. Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Alcazar building. 
Scott Elder, Reporter. 

Union Lodge No. 1895. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at Shlels' building. Chas. 
G. Schaefer, Reporter. 




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SMret Societies. 



I Tekba Buena Lodge No. 1788. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. K. H. Koble, Re- 
porter. 

YosEMiTE Lodge Xo. 1930. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at 121 
Eddy street. G. A. Folsom, Reporter. 



KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Office, 927 Market street, Emma Spreckels Build- 
ing, room 608. 

Officers — L. J. Wheelock. Past Grand Protector, 
San Francisco; Z. T. 'Whitten, Grand Protector. San 
Francisco; A. H. Anderson, Grand Vice-Protector, 
Sacramento; H. TV. Qultzow, Grand Secretary, 927 
Market street, San Francisco; A. Gompertz. Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; Mrs. E. E. Hall, Grand 
Chaplain. Healdsburg; Frances G. Williams, Grand 
Guide, San Francisco; Mrs. Ellen Fitzgerald, Grand 
Guardian, San Francisco; Emma Plesse, Grand Sen- 
tinel, San Francisco. 

The Lodges In this city are: 

Aurora Lodge Xo. 202. Meets first and third 
Monday evenings of each month at 421 Post street. 
Mrs. L. B. Holcomh, Secretary. 

Bat City Lodge No. 619. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings at 20 Eddy street. S. American, 
Secretary. 

Golden- Rule Lodge No. 660. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 
F. Kemp Van Ee. M. D., Secretary. 

Magnolia Lodge No. 1248. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 909i-3 Market street. 
J. J. HJcks. Secretary. 

Martha Lodge No. 1241. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 
Mrs. A. Graff, Secretary. 

Pacific Lodge No. 815. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. A. 
Atkins, Secretary. 

West End Lodge No. 1102. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. 
Ph. Kaplan, Secretary. 



KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. 

San Francisco Tent No. 18, K. O. T. M. Meets 
every Friday evening in Hall. Alcazar Building, 120 
O'Farrell street. Theo. Frollch, Record-Keeper. 

Golden West Tent No. 58. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 35 Eddy street. Geo. Varcoe, Record- 
Keeper. 

Ladies of the Maccabees. San Francisco Hive 
No. 8, L. O. T. M., meets every Friday evening in 
Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrel! street. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

Office 6 Eddy street. Officers— H. R. Arndt. Grand 
Chancellor, San Diego; W. T. Jeter, Grand Vice- 
Chancellor, Santa Cruz; E. S. Calkins, Grand Pre- 
late, Nevada City; S. G. Little, Giand-Ma.'<ter of 
Exchequer, Di.\on; H. Schaflfner, Grand Keeper of 
Records and Seal, San Francisco; .7. S. Brown, Grand 
Masterat Arms, Redlands; C. Vermasun, Grand Inner 
Guard, Perrls; J. H, .lohnsou. Grand Outer Guard, 
Sacramento; Supreme Representatives— George E. 
Church, Fresno; W. C. Graves. Sun Francl.sco; A. J. 
Buckles, Fairfield. Grand Trustees— H. E. Irish, 
Santa Cruz; G. H. Morrison, Alameda; W. H. 
Schooler. Chico. Annual sessions third Monday In 
May of each year. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

Alemania Lodge No. 8. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Bay City Lodge No. 117. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 223 Sutter street. 

California Lodge No. 1. Meets every Friday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Damon Lodge No. 2. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Eureka Lodge No. 9. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 90!1 Market street. 

Fairmount Lodge No. 108. Meets every Friday 
evening at '2668 Mission street. 



Golden City Lodge No. 63. Meets every Fri- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 3. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Harmonie Lodge No. 15. Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at 320 Post street. 

IVANHOE Lodge No. 5. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Jefferson Lodge No. 179. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 605 Union street. 

Laurel Lodge No. 4. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 909 Market street. 

Mars Lodge No. 202. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Myrtle Lodge No. 16. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Roma Lodge No. 147. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ng at 814 Pacific street. 

Sequoia Lodge No. 188. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

South San Francisco Lodge No. 45. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at Railroad avenue and Four- 
teenth avenue South. 

Syracuse Lodge No. 58. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Unity Lodge No. 61. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at 909 Market street. 

Grand Lodge of Rathbone Sisters. Ada E. 
Merguire, Grand Chief, Oakland; Juliet Stebbins, 
Grand Senior, Riverside; Mrs. Lilly Samuels, Grand 
Junior, Oakland; Ella S. Pringle, Grand Manager. 
Santa Cruz; Miss Louise Holmes. Grand Mistress of 
Records and Correspondence. East Oakland; Eva 
Simpson, Grand Mistress of Finance, Santa Rosa; 
Sarah Rogers. Grand Protector, San Jose; Mrs. Lottie 
Brown, Outside Guard, Santa Maria. The ne.\t 
meeting of the Grand Lodge will be at Salinas. 

Knights of Pythias Cemetery Associatioit. 
Office— 909 Market street. Plat— City Cemetery. M 
A. Samuels, President; F. A. Mecredy, Secretary. 

Pythian Hall Association of San Francisco. 
909 Market street. W. H. Hutchinson. President; 
J. W. C. Beattie, Vice-President; A. Hoffman, Secre- 
tary; California Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Treas- 
urer. 



KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE. 

California Castle No. 1. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. N. S. G. W. Building, 414 Mason street. 
Geo. B. Peterson. N. C, 210 Leavenworth street; , 
W. O. Macdougall, M. of R., 405 Powell street. 



KNIGHTS OF TARA. 

A fraternal and social organization. Meets at K. 
R. B. Hall, 1133 Mission street, the second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month. 



KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH. 

Thomas Desmond, Superintendent. Meets every 
Wednesday at their Hall. 1133 Mission street. 



LEGAL FRATERNITY OF PHI DELTA PHL 

Pomeroy Chapter, Hastings College of the Law, 
University of California. Established 1883. Meets 
bi-weekly during the college year. There are Chap- 
ters in twenty-five of the leading colleges of 
United States and Canada. 



MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S., 
COMMANDERY OF CALIFORNIA. 

Instituted April 12, Js7i. 
Objects— The objects of this Order shall he to 
cherish the memories and associations of the war 
waged In defense of the unity and Indivisibility of 
the Republic; strengthen the ties of fraternal fel- 
lowship and sympathy formed by companionship-In- 
arms; advance the best interests of the sdldiera 
and sailors of the United States, especially of those 
associated as Companions of this Order, and extend 
all possible relief to their widows and children; 
foster the cultivation of military and naval science; 



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iforco unqualitied allegiance to the General Gov- 
•nraeut; protect the rights and liberties of Amerl- 
m citizenship, and maintain National honor, union 
id Independence. Headquarters, 224 Sansome 
reet. 

Officers— Rear- Admiral John C. Watson, U. S. Navy, 
onimander; Bvt. Colonel William R. Parnell, U. S. 
rmy. Senior Vice-Commander; Bvt. Major Ernst A. 
eulcke, U. S. Vols.. Junior Vice-Commander; Bvt. 
t. Col. William R. Smedberg, U. S. Army, Recorder; 
8Jor Henry T. Lee, IT. S. Vols., Registrar; Captain 
. Maeon >Ivlnne, U. S. Army, Treasurer; Major 
yles Moylan, U. S. Army, Chancellor; Rev. William 
. Hamilton (In succession), Chaplain. Council — 
ajor William Hawley, U. S. Army; Bvt Lieut. Col. 
;s8e B. Fuller, U. S. Vols.; Captain Charles A. 
imner, U. S. Vols.; Captain Patrick F. Walsh' 
S. Vols.; Captain John C. Currier, U. S. Vols. 



:iLITARY ORDER OF FOREIGN WARS OF 
THE UNITED STATES. 

California Commandebt. Officers — Major Gen. 
■al William R Shafter, U. S. Vols., Commander; 
on. Bradner W. Lee, Vice-Commander; Major Geo. 
'hltney Reed, Secretary, 500 Battery street; Lieut, 
red Dohrmann, Jr., Deputy Secretary; Irving F. 
oulton, Treasurer; Charles S. Greene, Registrar; 
dward S. Fowler, Judge Advocate; Edward S. 
lark, M. D., Surgeon; Rev. Alfred S. Clark, Chap- 
in. 

NATIONAL UNION, THE. 

YosEMiTK Council No. 39, N. U. Meets first and 
lird Mondays of each month In Excelsior Hall, 

2 O'Farrell street. W. W. Peck, Secretary, 1137 
nerrero street. 

Califoknia Council No. 530, N. U. Meets first 
id third Tuesdays of each month In Elks' Hall, 

3 Sutter street. 

San Francisco Council No. 540, N. U. Meets 
ilrd Saturday of each month In Harmony Hall, 320 
ost street. E. H. Hills, Secretary, Custom House. 
Pacific Council No. 547. N. IT. Meets second 
riday of each month In Native Sous' Building, 414 
ason street. I. Moss, Secretary, 508 California. 
Union Council No. 549, N. IT. Meets second and 
■urth Fridays of each month in Ruby Hall, 320 Post 
reet. T. A. Farless, Secretary, room 11, 217 Sansome 
reet. 

Golden Gate Council No. 551, N. CJ. Meets 
>cond and fourth Tuesdays of each month in Elks' 
all, 223 Sutter street. J. W. Scoville, Secretary, 
lom 13, 320 Sansome street. 

El Dorado Council No. 581, N. U. Meets first 
id third Fridays of each month In Alcazar Build- 
g, 120 O'Farrell street. C. Rothschild, Secretary, 
Battery street. 

San Francisco Cabinet, which has supervision 
rer all the councils in San Francisco county, meets 
lurth Thursday of each month in Harmony Hall, 

Post street. F. H. Hastings, Secretary, S. P. 
allding, 4th and Townsend streets. 

NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN 
WEST. 

Native Daughters of the Golden West. 
rand Officers— Mrs. Belle W. Conrad, Past Grand 
resident, Sonora; Mrs. Lena Hllke Mills, Grana 
resident. 18 East Oak street, Stockton; Mrs. Cord 
. Slfiford, Grand Vice-President, Ventura; Mrs. 
eorgle C. Ryan, room 49, Merchants' Exchange 
uildlng, San Frai^clsco; Miss Lizzie Douglass, 
rand Treasurer, 137 Beulah street, San Francisco; 
rs. Lena Bee Mills, Grand Marshal, San Francisco; 
rs. Mary J. Langford, Grand Inside Sentinel, 
ureka; Miss Daisy Kemp, Grand Outside Sen- 
nel, Verndale. Grand Trustees— Miss Eliza D. 
elth (Chairman). 1538 Eddy street, San Francisco; 
Iss Laura J. Frakes, Sutter Creek; Mrs. Ella 
iminettl. Jackson; Miss Harriett S. Lee, Wood- 
nd; Mrs. Belle Douglass, Nevada City. There are 
^elve parlors In San Francisco, as follows: 
Minerva No. 2. Meets second and fourth Mondays 

1 N. S. G. W. Building. 

Alta No. 3. Meets Saturday evenings at Shasta 
all, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Oro Fino No. 9. Meets first and third Tuesday 
renlngs at Yosemlte Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. 



Golden State No. 50. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at Balboa Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Orinda No. 56. Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days at Balboa Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Fremont No. 59. Meets Saturdays at N. S. G. W. 
Building. 

BuENA Vista No. 68. Meets Thursdays at Yosemlte 
Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Las Lomas No. 72. Meets second and fourth Mon 
days at Mission Parlor Hall. 

TosEMiTE No. 83. Meets first and third Thurs 
days at Mission Parlor Hall. 

La Estrella No. 89. Meets Saturdays at N. S. G 
W. Building. 

Sans Souoi No. 96. Meets second and fourth Mon 
days at Alcazar Building. 

Calaveras No. 102. Meets first and third Tues 
days at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Darina No. 114. Meets Mondays at Franklin Hall 
Annual meetings commence the second Tuesday In 
June. 



NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST. 

Native Sons of the Golden West. Office of 
the Grand Secretary, N. S. G. W. Building, 414 Mason 
street. Grand Parlor organized November 30, 1878. 

Grand Officers— Frank Mattlson, Past Grand Presi- 
dent, Santa Cruz; R. C. Rust, Grand President, 
Jackson; Frank L. Coombs, Grand First Vice-Presi- 
dent. Napa; Lewis F. Bylngton, Grand Second Vice- 
President, San Francisco; Henry Lunstedt, Grand 
Secretary, San Francisco; Henry S. Martin, Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; H. R. McNoble, Grand 
Orator, Stockton; Stephen V. Costello. Grand Mar- 
shal, San Francisco; J. H. Marcuse, Grand Inside 
Sentinel. Marysvllle; Joseph Goldman, Grand Out- 
side Sentinel. Madera. Grand Trustees— Charles Mc- 
Laughlin, Quincy; James Gallagher, San Francisco; 
M. T. Doollug. Holllster; Percy V. Long, San Fran- 
cisco; Joseph Knowland, Alameda; George Radcllflfe, 
Watsonvllle; Will D. Shea, San Francisco. 

Past Presidents Association. Officers— Charles 
H. Garoutte, Past President; John A. Stelnbach, 
President; Frank J. Murasky, First Vice-President; 
Daniel A. Ryan. Second Vice-President; William R. 
Milton. Third Vice-President; J. J. Jamison. Record- 
ing Secretary ; Adolph Eberhart, Financial Secretary ; 
J. B. Keenan, Treasurer; Arthur E. Scott, San 
Rafael, O. A. Foster, Santa Cruz, C. M. Hunt, Sacra- 
mento, Clem J. Beloll. San Jose, L. Nonnenmann, 
San Francisco, Malcolm C. White, San Francisco 
and C. T. Rose, Alameda, Trustees. 

Meets the last Saturday evening of each month at 
N. S. G. W. Building. 

There are 207 parlors (14.000 members) in the State, 
23 of which are In San Francisco, as follows: 

California Parlor No. 1. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Pacific Parlor No. 10. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Golden Gate Parlor No. 29. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Mission Parlor No. 38.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

San Francisco Parlor No. 49. Meets every 
Friday evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

El Dorado Parlor No. 52. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

RiNCON Parlor No. 72. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Stanford Parlor No. 76. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Terba Buena Parlor No. 84. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Bay City Parlor No. 104. Meets everyJVednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

NiANTic Parlor No. 105. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

•National Parlor No. 118. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Hesperian Parlor No. 137. Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at Hesperian Hall. 

Alcatraz Parlor No. 145. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 



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Alcalde Parlor No. 154. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

SoTJTH San Francisco Parlor No. 157. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at F. & A. M. Hall, South 
San Francisco. 

Sequoia Parlor No. 160. Meets every Monday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Precita Parlor No. 187. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Masonic Hall, 2668 Mission street. 

Oltmpus Parlor No. 189. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 189 Devlsadero street 

Presidio Parlor No. 194. Meets every Monday 
evening at Stelmke Hall, Octavia and Union streets. 

Marshall Parlor No. 202. Meets first and third 
Wednesday at Washington Square Hall, 607 Union 
street. 

Army and Navy Parlor No. 207. Meets every 
Monday evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 
-i^ Dolores Parlor No. 208. Meets every Friday 
*^ evening at Masonic Hall, 2668 Mission street. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

Officers of the Grand Council of California 
W. H. Savage, Grand Councilor, San Pedro; D. J. 
Hartley, Grand Assistant Councilor, Sacramento; 
Dr. A. S. Markell, Grand Vice-Councilor, Cloverdale; 
S. C. Wallis, Grand Recorder. San Francisco; Miss 
Clara McDonald, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; 
Mrs. Lizzie Morse, Grand Prelate. San Francisco; 
Mrs. Jennie Pratt, Grand Marshal, Oakland; Mrs. 
M. A. Borland, Grand Warden. Bodie; Mrs. Minnie 
Lakin, Grand Guard. San Rafael; Mrs. A. Boehm, 
Grand Sentry, San Francisco; M. Boehm, Past Grand 
Councilor, San Francisco. 

Grand Recorder's office, rooms 42, St Ann's Build- 
ing. 

Concord Council No. 2. Meets second and fourth 
Mondav evenings at 20 Eddy street. F. H. Martell, 
Secretary, 320 Turk street. 

Crystal Council No. 4. Meets second and fourth 
Thursday evening at 120 O'Farrell street. Miss 
Mary Atkinson, Secretary, 233 Page street. 

America Council No. 7. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 102 O'Farrell street. J. M. Morals, Secre- 
tary, 512 Larkln street. 

Pacific Council No. 8. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 120 O'Farrell street. Miss L. F. Bray, Secre- 
tary, 925 Fell street. 

Sunset Council No. 10. Meets every Saturday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. F. A. Taylor, Secre- 
tary, 411 Cole street. 

Samaritan Council No. 13. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 102 O'Farrell street. Miss Lizzie 
Worden, Secretary, 1025 Market street. 

Home Council No. 14. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays at Mission street between Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth streets. J. L. Homer, Secretary, 227 San 
Jose avenue. 

Washington Council No. 16. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays at '20 Eddy street. Mrs. J. Tobias, 
Secretary, 478 Fell street. 

Social Council No. 46. Meets first and third 
Thursday evenings at Native Sons' Building. 414 
Mason street. W. F. Gibson, Secretary, 2739 Fol- 
som street. 

Empire Council No. 47. Meets every Monday 
evening at '20 Eddy street. 

Evans Council No. .52. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays at r20 O'Farrell street. Mrs. C. R. Sain, 
Secretary, 2901 Laguna street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 60. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays at 102 O'Farrell street. M. Boehm, 
Secretary, 6 Eddy street. 

Teutonia Council No. 66. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays at 120 O'Fareell street. Chas. Krlegert, 
Secretary, '230 Sl.xth street. 

Fairmount Council No. 103. Meets second and 
last Monday evenings at Masonic Hall, Mission 
street, bet. '22d and 'isd streets. Mrs. M. Power, Sec- 
retary, 624 Anderson street. 

Germania Council No. 180. Meets first and thlrS 
Wednesdays at 120 O'Farrell street. H. J. Ott, Secre- 
tary, 1526 Stockton street. 

Bradford Council No. 190. Meets first and third 
Fridays at Masonic Hall, South San FrancLsco. Lena 
C. ZIninierman, Secretary. 1S29 12th avenue South. 



ORDER OF HERMANN'S SONS. 

Ofllcers— Chas. Trautner; Grand President; Oscar 
Hocks, Grand Vice-President; Otto Guy, Grand Sec- 
retary, 828 Howard street; G. Guenther. Grand 
Treasurer. Executive Board meets fourth Thursday 
of each month at 413 Sutter street. 



San Francisco Lod&e No. 1. 
Wednesday at 413 Sutter street. 



Meets every 



E. v. Bandel Lodge No. 3. Meets every Tues- 
day at 413 Sutter street. 



Eureka Lodge No. 6. 
510 Bush street. 



Meets every Friday at 



Germania Lodge No. 7 
at 413 Sutter street. 

North Beach Lodge No 
Monday at 413 Sutter street. 



Meets every Tuesday 
9. Meets every 



Mission Lodge No. 10. Meets every Thursday 
in Mission Turn Verein Hall. 

HoFFNUNG Lodge No. 1 (Ladles'). Meets every 
Thursday at 413 Sutter street. 



ORDER OF PENDO. 

Ernest Duden. Supreme Secretary, 601 California 
street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 11. Meets second and 
fourth Thursday evenings of each month at 102 
O'Farrell street. 

Volunteer Council No. 159. Meets last Monday 
of each month at Alcazar Building. 

ORDER OF SONS OF ST. GEORGE. 

The Grand Lodge of the Pacific Coast Jurisdiction 
comprises all the States and Territories west of the 
Rocky Mountains, British Columbia ana the Hawaiian 
Islands. Grand President, .John Hilbert, Nanaimo, 
B. C; Grand Secretary, Thomas Poyser, 217 8th 
street, San Francisco. 

BuRNABT Lodge No. 194. Meets Saturday even- 
ing at Shiels Building, 32 O'Farrell street. R. J. 
Airey, Secretary. 

Pickwick Lodge No. 259. Meets Monday even- 
ing at A. O. F. Building, 102O'Farrell street Thomas 
Poyser, Secretary. 



ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Office of Supreme Council, 407 Shawmut avenue, 
Boston. W. Holt Apgar, Supreme Regent; W. O. 
Robson, Supreme Secretary. Grand Council of Cali- 
fornia meets annually In March in Los Angeles. Sam 
J. Chappell. Grand Regent; G. L. Davidson, Grand 
Secretary, 138 South Spring street, Los Angeles; 
Geo. W. Dixon, 214 Pine street, San Francisco, Su- 
preme Representative. 

Argonaut Council No. 597. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Golden West Council No. 1716. Meets first and 
third Monday evenings at 320 Post street. 

BuENA Vista Council No. 1604. Meets first and 
third Tuesday evenings at 325 Devlsadero street. 

San Francisco Council No. 1622. Meets second 
and fourth Monday evenings at 3'20 Post street. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

Edwin Shepard Barrett, Concord, Mass., President- 
General; Franklin Murphy, 143 Chestnut street, New- 
ark, N. J., Secretary-General. Objects— To preserve 
memories of the American Revolution, to promote 
study of the history of that event, to Inculcate and 
foster a sentiment of patriotism, and to Infuse a 
military spirit throughout the United States devoted 
to the maintenance of our Government and of free 
Institutions. Board of Managers of the California 
Society— Win. M Bunker, President; Wm. H. Jordan 
Senior Vlce-Presldeut; Geo. W. Spencer. Junior Vice 
President;Edwln Bonnell, Secretary, 101 Montgomery 
Col. A. S. Hubbard, Registrar; Charles H. Warner. 
Treasurer; Frank W. Sumner, Marshal; R. Vander 
cook, Wm. J. Dutton, Horace G. Piatt, T. A. Perkins, 
Hart H. North and Byron Mauzy. 



SONS OF JACOB. 

Meet first Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 
Eddy street. 



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SONii OF VETERANS. 

All male descendants, not less than eighteen years 
)f age, of deceased or honorably discharged soldiers, 
lallors or marines who served In the Union Army 
)r Navy during the Civil War of 1861-1865, shall be 
;liglble to membership, provided that no person 
(hall be eligible who has ever been convicted of any 
nfamous crime, or who has, or whose father has, ever 
)orne arms against the Government of the United 
States of America. 

Division Headquarters, 71 Stevenson street, San 
Francisco. 

Division Officers — Harry T. Moore, Division Com- 
nander, San Francisco; A. G. Bennett, S. V. Dl- 
rlslon Commander, San Jose; Edward M. Selby, 
\. V. Division Commander, Ventura; W. G. Luck- 
lardt. Adjutant, San Francisco; W. Erwin Lawrence, 
Quartermaster, San Francisco; Dr. Francis O. Yost, 
Jurgeon, Los Angeles; J. A. Wagener, Chaplain, 
Hodesto; Frank C. Shipley, Inspector. Oakland; 
Charles L. Allison, Judge Advocate, San Bernardino; 
Fames H. Campbell, Mustering Officer, Pasadena. 

Division Council— A. J. Welnert, Alameda; Wil- 
1am L. Barnum, San Jose; W. E. Bartlett, San 
Francisco. 

Fair Oaks Camp No. 15. Meets second and fourth 
Puesday evenings at 320 Post street. Louis E. 
leorge. Captain; Walter E. Howe, First Sergeant; 
V. E. Lawrence, Quartermaster Sergeant. 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. 

Meets In Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. The 
rrand Grove meets the third Tuesday in June of 
!ach year. James F. Martinoni, Noble Grand Arch; 
i*rank Lewis. Past Noble Grand Arch; Henry Lange, 
it. Helena, Deputy Grand Arch; John M. Graves, 
Jrand Secretary, 413 Sutter street; E H. Goetze 
Jrand Treasurer. 

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

California Headquarters, No. 119 Bush street, room 
1; Geo. K. Rogers. State Deputy. 

Golden Gate Camp No. 64. Meets everv Monday 
ivening at Shasta Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. Fred 
r. Phelps, Consul Commander, D. Oliver, Jr., Clerk, 
3732 Twenty-second street. 

Redwood Camp No. 91. Meets every Thursday 
ivening In Friendship Hall, I. O. O, F. BIdg., Sev- 
mth and Market streets. B. F. Scbell. Consul Com- 
nander; Thos. F. Hatton, Clerk, 527"^ Shotwell st. 

Mission Camp No. 264. Meets every Wednesday 
:venlng at Odd Fellows Bldg.. Seventh and Market 
treets. W. F. Dugans, Consul Commander, 1137 Guer- 
ero street; A. G. Frank, Clerk, 750 Mission street. 

Western Addition Camp No. 306. Meets second 
ind fourth Tuesday evenings of each month in Ori- 
intal Hall, Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 
Charles Thomas. Consul Commander; V. F. De Roco, 
:;ierk, 226 Twenty-flrst avenue. 

Tamalpais Camp No. 427- Meets first and third 
Cuesday evenings of each month. A. L. Hill, Consul 
Commander; M. B. Estee, Clerk, 321 Turk street. 

Calumet Camp No. 436. Meets Tuesday evenings 
n Mutual Hall, Shiels Building. Jos. A. Whitehead, 
Jonsul Commander; Thos. Roche, Clerk, 568 Howard 
itreet. 

San Francisco Camp No. 437. Meets first and 
bird Wednesday evenings of each month at Mission 
Masonic Hall. H. J. Hartley, Consul Commander; 
I. J. McCllntock, Clerk, 203 Prospect avenue. 

Richmond Camp No. 475. Meets Friday evening. 
1. F. O'RourkE, Consul Commander; William T. 
iennedy. Clerk, 522 Twenty-sixth avenue. 



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Alumni Association of the California Col- 
1.EGE of Pharmacy. Meets quarterly; annual meet- 
ng day following commencement day. George J. 
iarvey. President; Emery P.Gates, Secretary, N. E. 
!or. Stockton and O'Farrell streets. 



Alumni Association of the California Med- 
ical College. M. H. Logan, M. D., President, S. F.; 
Charles M. Troppmann, M. D., Ph. G., Secretary and 
Treasurer, S. F.; will meet third week In May at Cal- 
ifornia Medical College. 

Alumni Association op Hastings College op 
the Law. Law Department of the University of 
California. Annual meeting in May. Frank P. Deer- 
Ing, President; Leonard Stone, Secretary, Parrott 
Building, 

Ariel Road Club. Meets in California Hall, 620 
Bush street. 

Ariel Rowing Clitb. Meets monthly. Boat house 
at Long Bridge. W. H. Howe, President; Eugene 
Flanders, Secretary. 

Arion Verein. Union Square Hall, 421 Post street. 
Business meetingssecond Wednesday of each month. 
Singing section meets every Wednesday evening. 

F. J. Plagemann, President; F. R. Kummer, Re- 
cording Secretary. 

Associated Veterans of The Mexican War. 
Meets second Thursday of each month. W. C. Bur- 
nett, President; I. C.Layton, Vice-President; Joseph 
Stewart, Second Vice-President; William L.Duncan, 
Secretary, 304 Montgomery street; Sydney J. Loop, 
Treasurer. 

Bat City Wheelmen. Club house, 441 Golden 
Gate avenue. Archibald Reld, President; E. N. 
Crelgh, Secretary. 

Bear Club of California. Organized, 1883. The 
pioneer Republican clul) of the State. Meets first 
Thursday of each month in B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 
Eddy street. Thomas W. Collins, President; N. E. 
Maison, Secretary, 3569 17th street. 

Bohemian Club. 130 Post street. Meetings held 
second Tuesday in January, April. July and October. 
Vanderlynu Stow, President; Wm. G. Stafford. Vice- 
President Thomas M. Pennell, Secretary; Howard C. 
Houghton, Treasurer. 

Bremervoerde Verein Meets second Thursday 
in California Hall, 620 Bush street. Henry J. Siems, 
President; Henry Hockemeyer, Recording Secretary. 

Bunker Hill Association. Organized in 1860 to 
inculcate a feeling of patriotism and commemorate 
the anniversary of the ever eventful Battle of Bun- 
ker Hill, .June 17th. Always celebrate the battle of 
Budker Hill on the 17th of June each year. William 

G. Badger, President; George W. Caswell, Secretary. 
Office 412 Sacramento street. 

Caledonian Club. Meets in Scottish Hall, 117 
Larkiu street, first and third Friday evenings of each 
month. Angus McLeod, Chief; Andrew McNair, 
Secretary. 

California Academy of Medicine. (Successors 
to San Francisco Medical Benevolent Society). Regu- 
lar meetings fourth Tuesday of each month. D. W. 
Montgomery. M. D, President; Dr. Philip Mill Jones, 
Secretary, 803 Sutter street. 

California Camera Club, 819 Market street. 
Jas. W. Erwin, President; H. B. Hosmer, Secretary. 

California Club. Y. M. C. A. Building. Mrs. 
Lovell White, President; Miss Bertha M. Rickoff, 
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Grace R. Moore. Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Miss Mary C. Gorham, Business 
Secretary. 

California Cycling Club. Southwest corner 
Twenty-second and Folsom streets. Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month. R. A. Coulter, Secre- 
tary, 1848 Folsom street. 

California Lawn Tennis Club. Grounds south- 
east corner Bush and Scott streets. 

California Pigeon and Homing Society. 
Meets first Saturday evening of each month at 632 
Market street, room 13. John S. Barnes, Secretary, 
163 Tremont Ave. 

California Schuetzen Club. Meets at Eintracht 
Hall, corner Twelfth and Folsom streets, last Tues- 
day evening of each month. Philo Jacojjy, Presi- 
dent; T. J. Carroll, Secretary. 

Calliopean Club. 905 McAllister. William 
Stoermer, President; Nathan Schwartz, Secretary, 
1718 Geary street. 

Celtic Union. Composed of the County Leltrum 
Club, Harmony Alliance No. 15, of St. P. A. of A., 
St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance of California, Unity 
Alliance No. 14, of St. P. A. of A., Knights of St. Pat- 
rick. County Monaghan Club, Knights of the Red 
Branch, A. O. H. Division No. 10, Tyrone, Fermanagh 
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P. A. of A.. Gaelic Literary Society, Exceislor 
Alliance Xo. 11. St. P. A. of A., A. O. H. Division No. 
3. Meets on the third Tuesday of each month at K. 
R. B. Hall. 1133 Mission street. Thomas F. Barry, 
President; Thomas F. Alford, Recording Secretary, 
27b Kissling street. 

Cebclk Francois. ;^6 Post street. Meets second 
Thursday of each month. Slilton S. Eisner, Presi- 
dent: B. Reiss. Treasurer: Emile Levy, Secretary, 
T Sansome street. 

Columbia Pi.«tol axd Rifle Club. F. O. Young, 
Secretary, 46 O'Farrell. 

CoxcoRDiA, The. Southeast corner Post street 
and Van Ness avenue. Charles Hirsch. President; 
Leon H. Cook, Recording Secretary. Board of Di- 
rectors meets third Tuesday in each month. 

CoRixTHiAN Yacht Club. Headquarters and 
club house, Tiburon, Marin county, Cal. Harry D' 
Hawks, Commodore; T. L. Miller, Secretary, 502 
Montgomery street. 

Cosmos Club. 1534 Sutter street. W.B.Bradford, 
President; J. O'B. Gunn, Vice-President; H. P. 
Cottingham, Honorary Secretary. 

County Leitrim Social Club, Meets first Fri- 
day of every month at 121 New Montgomery 
street. R. J. O'Reilly, President: P. M McGushin, 
Secretary, 218, 12th avenue. 

Cross Country Club. Walks every alternate 
Sunday. Membership contined to men. E. W. 
Skelton, President; F. W. Geiger, Secretary, 4 
Burrltt street. 

Danish Society (Norden). Club rooms, Marye 
Law Building, corner Market and City Hall avenue, 
rooms 23-24. H. Ravn, President: ,1. Sorensen, Cor- 
responding Secretary: C. Christensen, Recording 
Secretary. 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association of 
THE Pacific Co.\!5T. Annual reunion and dinner 
second Thursday in April. Thomas Flint. Jr , Pres- 
ident; T. A. Perkins, Secretary, Mills Building. 

Deutscher Krieger Verein. Including shoot- 
ing section and singing section. Meets on the first 
and third Wednesdays of each month at B. B. Hall, 
121 Eddy street. Candidates for membership must 
have served in the army or navy of Germany. A. 
Redecker, President: ilax Lengef eld. Corresponding 
Secretary; C. Paul, Financial Secretary. 

DoLvHiN Swimming and Boating Club. Meets 
second Wednesday of each month at 102 O'Farrell 
street. Boat house foot of Van Ness avenue. Fred 
Woerner, President; W. L. Bush, Recording Secre- 
tary: T. J. Kennedy, Captain. 

Dry Goods Men's Association of San Fran- 
Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each 
month at Alcazar Building. W. Friedman, Pres- 
ident; E. J. Dervan, Recording Secretary. 

Forum Club of California. 223 Sutter street, 
Regular lecture meetings the second and fourth Wed- 
nesdays of each month, from September to June. 
The other Wednesdays shall be known as club days. 
President, Mrs. M. Regeusburgcr, 3342 Clay street: 
Recording Secretary, Mrs. J. W. Pen, Belvedere; 
Corresponding Secretary, Miss Mabel A. Ayre, 1622 
Clay street. 

Garfield League of San Francisco. Organ- 
ized Sept. 19. 1888. 609 Sacramento street, room 7. 
E. M. Galvln, President; W. C. Watson, Secretary. 

Gesellsohaft Teutonia. Teutouia Hall, 1322 
Howard street. Meets every Thursday evening for 
social purposes, and for busiaess matters every 
Tuesday evening. Otto Schrader, President; Louis 
Kramer, Recording Secretary. 

Harmonie Club. 421 Post street. 

Harvard C^ub of San Francisco. William 
Thomas. President; Richard C. Harrison, Secretary, 
oUice, 104 Crocker Building. 

Hessen Verein (S. F. Hessen TJntstutz Vereln). 
Meets second and fourth Thursdays in each month 
at California Hall, 620 Bush street. Anton Schoembs, 
President; Jacob Maas, Secretary. 

Iroquois Club. Meets at Pythian Castle 909 Mar- 
ket street, every Friday. Object Is to further the 
Interestsof the Democratic Party and promote social 
Intercourse among its members. William McMann, 
President: Fred A. Baldwin. Recording Secretary; 
Jeremiah L. Murphy, Corresponding Secretary; P.J. 
Thomas, Treasurer: M. Barman, Collector; Louis 
Metzger, Chairman Board of Trustees. 



Knickerbocker M.^le Quartet. Office and 
studio. 1508 Market street. Telephone South 781. Her- 
bert Williams, first tenor; C. M. Elliot, second 
tenor; D. B. Crane, first bass; L. A. Larsen, second 
bass. 

Lincoln Gun Club. Meets second Friday of each 
month at 909 Market street. Edgar L. Forster, Secre- 
tary, 538 Market street. 

Loring Club. Rehearsals are held at Druids' 
Hall, 413 Sutter street, every Monday evening. Four 
musical entertainments are given every season, begin- 
ning in June of each year. Winfield S. Jones, Presi- 
dent: W. C. Stadtfeld, Secretary; David W. Loring, 
Director. 

Merchants' Club. Rooms, Mutual Life Building, 
southeast corner California and Sansome streets. 
Chas. F. Tay, President; Fred C. A. Goldfrap, Secre- 
tary. 

Methodist Social Union op San Francisco, 
Office— 1037 Market street. R. V. Watt. President; C. 
B. Perkins, Secretary. Meetings held at call of the 

President. 

Michigan Club of San Francisco. M. Cooney, 
Past President: Gen. Wm. R. Shafter. President: J. 
Sharpstein. Recording Secretary: Mrs. E. B.Wilcox, 
Corresponding Secretary. Headquarters 1620 Cali- 
fornia. 

Netherland Society Wilhelmina, The. Meets 
first and third Thursday of each month at 539Js Cali- 
fornia street. A. F. Groh, President; G. Crans, Sec- 
retary. 509 Market street. 

Ohio Society of California. Meets second Wed- 
nesday of each month at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post 
street. Col. John P. Jackson, President; Louis P. 
McCarty, Secretary, 25'24 Clay street. 

•'Old Friends." Meets second and fourth Wednes- 
day of each month in Old Friends' Hall. 877 Market 
street corner Fifth. A. C. Cunningham, President; 
J.E. Sllnkey, Secretary. 

Olympic Club. 524 Post street. The building 
erected by the club contains a magnificent swimming 
tank filled with ocean water, and the parlors, halls, 
and various apartments are modern and beautiful in 
all their appointments. The club has extensive exer- 
cising grounds, with suitable special features and 
appliances, near Golden Gate Park. The Directors 
meet every Monday night. William Greer Harri- 
son, President; Henry R. Mann, Vice-President; J. J. 
Hassell, Secretary; H. B. Russ, Treasurer; H. C. 
Houghton, Superintendent. 

Pacific Athletic Association. Western Divi- 
sion of the Amateur Athletic LTnion of the United 
States. Jno. R. Bockman, President, 27 Kearny 
street. San Francisco; H. A. Keeler, Secretary, Oak- 
land Pier. Oakland. 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons or 
Vermont. Meets on the second Friday of each 
month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Edward A. Belcher, 
President: S. G. Cheever, Recording and Financial 
Secretary; A. O. Colton, Chairman. Executive Com- 
mittee. Headquarters, Mills Building, 7th floor, 
room 17. 

Pacific Coast Field Trial Club. A. Betz, ' 
Secretary, 6"27 Parrott Building. 

Pacific-Union Club. Organized February 1, 
1889. by the consolidation of the Pacific and the Union 
clubs. Northwest corner Post and Stockton streets. 
Horace G. Piatt, President; Geo. W. Spencer. Vice- 
President: James W. Raid, Secretary; Johnl.Sabin, 
Treasurer. 

Phi Delta Phi Club. Annual reunion and din- 
ner at call of Secretary. T. A. Perkins, President; 
O. K. McMurray, Secretary, Safe Deposit Building. 

Press Club of San Francisco. Press Club 
Building, l'J3 Ellis street. James P. Booth, Presi- 
dent: Theo. F. Bonnet, First Vice-President: L, E. 
Stover. Second Vice-President; Robert J. Burns Jr., 
Third Vice-President: J. J. Harrison, Recording 
Secretary; Eustace Culltnan, Librarian. 

San Francisco Athletic Club, Incorporated, 
317, 6th street. Edw. Homan, President; Samuel 
Dannenbaum, Secretary. 

San Francisco Girls' Union. Meets every third 
Wednesday at the Home, 929 Pine street. Object- 
To give a home to self-sustaining girls and women at 
reasonable rates. Mrs. L. E. McDowell, Superin- 
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San Francisco Golf Clcb. Meetings are heia 
at Club House, First avenue, Presidio Keservation. 
Council— H. B. Goodwin, Captain; R. H. Gaylord, 
Secretary; Charles Page, Horace Pillsbury, J. W. 
Byrne. 

Sak Francisco Geutli-Vekein. Meets at Union 
Square Hall. Charles Mueller, Secretary, 421 Post 
street. 

San Francisco Kennel Club. A. B. Spreckels, 
President; J. P. Korman, Secretary, Call Building. 

San Francisco Maennerchor. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Mission Turn Vereln Hall. 18th 
street near Valencia. Henry Bobslen, President; 
Kdward Arndt, Secretary; Theo. Vogt, Leader. 

San Francisco Schijetzen Verein. F. O. Rath- 
jeu, President; K. Wertheimer, Secretary. Meets 
second Friday of each month at California Hall, 630 
Bush street. 

San Francisco Scottish Thistle Club. Meets 
at 32 O'Farrell street, the second and fourth Thurs- 
day evenings of each month. John Ross, Royal 
Chief; Alex. Strong, Treasurer; George W. Pater- 
gon. Recorder. 

San Francisco Turn Verein. .323 Turk street. 
Stated meetings, first and third Wednesdays of each 
month, at 8:30 p. M. Class nights Tuesdays and Fri- 
days from 8:30 to 10 p. m. Social meetings for mem- 
bers and friends last Wednesday of each month. 
John Slmmen, President; J. J. Kuhn, Secretary. 

San Francisco Verein. Kortheast corner Post 
and Leavenworth streets. Gustav Wormser, Presi- 
dent; S. M. Ehrmann, Recording Secretary; Dr. E. 
O. Jelllnek, Librarian. 

San Francisco Whist Club. Club rooms, 326 
Post street. George E. Bates, President; J. J. Stur- 
geon, Secretary. 

San Francisco Yacht Club. Club House In 
Sausallto. San Francisco headquarters In Mer- 
chants' Exchange. William X. McCarthy. Commo- 
dore ; H. R. Simpkins, Vice-Commodore ; James 
Kitterman, Fleet Captain; J. R. Savory, Measurer; 
E. C. Bartlett, 415 Post street, Secretary; Robert B. 
Hogue, Treasurer. 

ScHLESwiG-HoLSTEiN Verein. Mects the first 
and third Thursdays of eacn month in Union Square 
Hall. J. Jacobs, President; H.Hiurichsen Recording 
Secretary. 

ScoTCH-lRisH Society. Meets at Foresters' Build- 
ing, 102 O'Farrell street. C. W. Gordon, President; 
Thomas Whyte, Secretary. 

Society op California Volunteers. Annua! 
Meeting at Occidental Hotel on the 2.")th of April. 
Composed of those who served in the California 
Volunteers, U. S. A. Capt. John H. Gllmore, Presi- 
dent; John C. Innes, Recording Secretary. 

Sons and Daughters of the "Old Friends." 
Meets every Thursday evening at No. 1 Fifth street, 
corner Market. Franklin F. Lord, M. D., President; 
Miss Rena Connelly, Secretary. 

State Floral Society. Parlors Occidental Hotel . 
Meets second Friday of each month at 2 p. m. Emory 
E. Smith, Palo Alto, President; Mrs. H. P. Trlcou, 
846 Grove street, Secretary. 

Swedish Singing Society of San Francisco, 
(Male.) Meets every Thursday evening at Turn Ve- 
rein Hall, 323 Turk street. Prof. Axel Philstrom, 
Leader. 

Swiss Rifle Club Meets at 627 Commercial 
street P. A. Glannlni, President; A. Hugueuin, 
Secretary. 

Union League Club. The. The leading Repub- 
lican club of the Pacific Coast. Headquarters Palace 
Hotel. A. Y. Booth, President; S. J. Hendy, Secre- 
tary. 

Union Square Club. Receptions in Pioneer Hall 
on the last Friday evening of the month. E. O 
Reiser, President; G. L. Bresse, Secretary. Office, 
412 Pine street. 

University Club. 722 Sutter street. Judge J. M. 
Seawell, President; G. L. Rathbone, Secretary and 
Treasurer. 

Veteran Firemen's Association of San Fran- 
cisco. To remember and foster the old friendship 
existing between the old veterans of S. F. F. D., to 
assist those in sicknees or distress and to bury the 
dead. Meets first Tuesday evening every month at 
15 Brenham Place. George W. Kennard, President; 
Samuel Baker, Secretary, 221 Montgomery street. 



Veteran Odd Fellows' Association. Geo. H. 
Morrison. President; William H. Barnes, Secretary' 
I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Association of 
California. Meets at 24 Fourth street on the sec- 
ond Tuesday of each month. Stephen Bunner. Pres- 
ident; J. J. McMahon, Recording Secretary. 

Veterans of the California Hundred and 
Battalion. 422 California street. Composed of the 
survivors of the 500 men who served In the 2d Mass- 
achusetts Cavalry, as members of the California Hun- 
dred and California Cavalry Battalion. C. Mason 
Klnne, President; W. A. Robinson, Secretary. 

Western Addition Literary and Social Club. 
414 Mason street. A. P. Black. President Fred H. 
Jung. Recording Secretary, 320 Pine street. 

Whitney Monument Association. To raise 
funds to erect a monument over remains of Frank- 
lin E. R. Whitnev, founder of Howard Engine Co. 
No 3. G. H.Hallett, President: Gus Pohlmann, Sec- 
retary, 338 Sutter street. 

Winter Cotillion Club. Clarence L. Mitchell, 
Chairman; George E. Bennett, Secretary. Claus 
Spreckels Building, room 1213. 

Yale Alumni Association of California. 
Samuel Knight, President; B. H. Pendleton, Secre- 
tary, 2(^ Battery street. 

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TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Father Matthew Total Abstinence and 
Benevolent Society No. 1. Meets second and 
fourth Friday evenings of each month at 1'21 Eddy 
street. 

Evening Star Lodge No. 114. Meets at 20 Eddy 
street first and third Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. 

International Lodge No. 291. Meets every 
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at 16 Moss street. 

Manhem Lodge No. 363 (Swedish). Meets In 
Pythian Castle, 909 Market street, every Saturday 
evening at 8 o'clock. 

Spring Valley Lodge No. 314. Meets In Pierce 
Street Congregational Church every AVednesday 
evening at 8 o'clock. 

Valley Lodge No. 293. Meets at 20 Eddy street 
every second and fourth Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. 

League of the Cross of the Archdiocese of 
San Fr.ancisco. Headquarters, 1673 Market street. 
To encourage temperance and total abstinence among 
Catholic men and boys. To hold the larger boys in 
the League, a new and interesting feature was 
added in 1893. The First Regiment. League of the 
Cross Cadets, was organized by Col. W. P. Sullivan, 
Jr., In conjunction with Right Rev. Bishop Mont- 
gomery. Rev. Philip O'Ryan, Spiritual Director; 
AV alter E. Dorn, President; Joseph P. Hayes, Re- 
cording Secretary; E.J. Coffey, Corresponding Sec- 
retary. 

BANDS OF HOPE. 

The following Bands of Hope are maintained by 
the I. O. Good Templars, viz: 

District Superintendent of Juvenile Work, Mrs. 
Hattle A. Williams, 756 Geary street. 

Winchester Band. Meets quarterly at the Pro- 
testant Orphan Asylum on Halght street, between 
Laguna and Buchanan. Superintendent, Mrs. S. W. 
Kerrigan, 20 Willow avenue. 

Western Star Band No. 135. Meets at the First 
Presbyterian Church, corner Van Ness av:«nue and 
Sacramento street, every Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Su- 
perintendent, Mrs. H. G. Matherson, 502 Powell 
street. 

Golden Gate Band No. 175. Meets every Sun- 
day at 3 p. M. at First Baptist Church on Eddy street, 
between Jones and Leavenworth. Superintendent, 
Mrs. Kerrigan, 20 Willow avenue. 

Crystal No. 204. Meets every second Sunday at 
1:15 P.M. in Free Baptist Church, Oakland. Super- 
intendent, Edwin Bothwell, 707 Twentieth street. 



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In every month at 2:30 p. m. In the Epworth M. E. 
Church, corner of Twenty-sixth and Church streets. 
Superintendent, Miss Sarah J. Dodds, 3616 Twenty- 
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MARINE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

Meetings are held at the Mariners' Church, corner 
of Sacramento and Urumm streets, on the second 
Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Joseph 
Rowell, President; Henry F. Eden, Secretary. 

WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE 
UNION. 

State Officers— Mrs. B. Sturtevant-Peet. President, 
San Jose; Mrs. Annie Little-Barry. Recording Secre- 
tary; Mrs. Dorcas J. Spencer, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, 132 McAllister street, San Francisco. 

San Feancisco County Union Mrs. Maria 
Freeman Gray, President; Mrs. Angle Allen, Re- 
cording Secretary; Mrs. Helen Lane, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

LOCAL UNIONS. 

Central. Mrs. S. B. McCoy, President; Mrs. H. 
H Luse, Secretary. 

FiKST Baptist Church. Mrs. Sarah W. Kerrigan, 
President; Mrs. E. J Lewin, Secretary. •• 

Third Congregational Church. Mrs. C. B. 
Williams, President; Mrs. C. M. Clark, Recording 
Secretary. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. Mrs. 
Dorcas J. Spencer, President; Mrs. L. A. Grass, 
Secretary. 

Frances E. Willard. Miss Isabel Patterson, 
President; Mrs. A. L. Jenness, Secretary. 

Central M. E. Church. Mrs. Marian Irving, 
President; Mrs. Emily Stanbridge, Secretary. 

Western Addition Union. Mrs. Emily Webb 
Glesy, President; Mrs N. E. Swett, Secretary. 



THEATRES AND RESORTS. 



THEATRES. 

Alcazar, 116 O'Farrell. 

Alhambra, southwest corner Eddy and Jones. 

California, Bush, between Kearny and Grant Av. 

Chinese, 814 Washington. 

Columbia, 11 Powell. 

Grand Opera House, Mission near Third. 

Orpheum. 119 O'Farrell. 

TivoLi Opera House, 28-32 Eddy. 

RESORTS. 

Central Park, southeast corner Market and 
Eighth. 

Cliff House and Seal Rocks, termination of 
Cliff avenue, six miles west of City Hall. 

Glen Park (Mission Zoo), Chenery and Diamond 
streets. 

Golden Gate Park, between D and H, from 
Stanyan west to the ocean. 

Harbor View Park, Jefferson, near Baker. 

Ingleside Coursing Park, Ocean avenue, }4 mile 
west of San Jose avenue. 

Ingleside Race Track, Ocean avenue, one mile 
west of San Jose avenue. 

Museum of Academy of Sciences, 819 Market. 

SUTRO Baths, Cliff avenue, near Cliff House. 

SuTRO Heights, termination Point Lobos avenue, 
between Forty-eighth avenue and the ocean. 

Telegraph Hill Observatory, corner Green- 
wich and Kearny. 

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EXPLANAXIONS. 

According to the method adopted In this city for numbering buildings, Market Street Is the starting point 
for numbers on all streets running from It in a northerly, southerly or westerly direction, and the water 
front for all streets running therefrom In a westerly or southwesterly direction. The numbers on all streets 
not commencing at Market Street or the water front run in conformity with the numbers of the main streets 
running parallel with them, except In the case of a few streets which are numbered in an irregular manner. 

On all streets between the water front and Central Avenue the even numbers are on the right-hand side, 
and the odd numbers on the left, starting from the point of beginning. Beyond Central Avenue most of the 
streets have been numbered in a contrary manner. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as are 
necessary, are allotted to each block bounded by main streets; for instance, Montgomery Street commences 
at Market, and the main streets crossing as you proceed north are Sutter, Bush, Pine, etc. Therefore any 
numbers between 1 and 100 will be found on the right or left hand side of the street between Market and 
Sutter, between 100 and 200 from Sutter to Bush, between 200 and 300 from Bush to Pine. 

In the streets which are numbered, a dash ( ) Indicates that the cross street does not extend to that 

side; (o), the street borders on the bay, or public park, cemetery, etc., consequently there are no buildings on 
blocks thus designated ; (c), the street is not opened through the block, or is Interrupted in Its course at that 
point by a public square, cemetery, etc.; (e), end of street. 

The following-named localities referred to in the Street Directory are situated as follows: Academy 
Tract, northwest side of Mission Street, between Silver and Ocean Avenues; Bernal Heights, west of 
Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno Avenue and Mission Street; City Land Association Tract, north- 
west of San Jose Avenue, near County Line; Clarendon Heights, north of Twentieth Street, between 
Lincoln Avenue and San Miguel Rancho; College Homestead, east of Mission Street and north of Silver Avenue; 
Excelsior Homestead, southeast of Mission Street, near County Line; Fairmount Tract, south of Thirtieth 
Street and west of Mission Street; Islals Creek, from west side of San Bruno Avenue, near Silver Avenue, 
north and east to the bay; Laguna de la Merced, near the County Line and ocean, 6 miles southwest of City 
Hall; Lake View, west of San Jose Avenue, from Ocean Avenue south to Railroad Homestead; Ocean 
View, west of San Jose Avenue near County Line; Paul Tract, near junction of San Bruno and Railroad 
Avenues; Presidio Reservation, west of Lyon, and north of Pacific Avenue and Lake Street to the bay and 
ocean; Railroad Homestead, northwest of San Jose Avenue, near County Line; Richmond District, west of 
First Avenue and north of Golden Gate Park to the Presidio Reservation and ocean; San Miguel, near 
the junction of San Jose and Ocean Avenues; Silver Terrace Tract, between San Bruno and Railroad 
Avenues, south of Silver Avenue; South San Francisco, south of Islals Creek and east of San Bruno Ave- 
nue to the County Line and the bay; Spring Valley Homestead, west of Mission Street, near Silver Avenue; 
Stanford Heights Tract, west of Bellevue Street, from Twenty-sixth south to Thirty-first Street; Sunny- 
dale Tract, west of San Bruno Avenue, near the County Line; Sunnyslde, west of San Jose Avenue, 
near Ocean Avenue; Sunset District, south of Golden Gate Park from First Avenue west to the ocean; Sutro 
Heights, termination of Point Lobos Avenue, between Forty-eighth Avenue and the ocean; University 
Homestead, west of San Bruno Avenue, between Silver Avenue and Vlsitaclon Valley; Vlsltaclon Valley, 
between San Bruno Avenue and Mission Street, near County Line; "West End Homestead, north and south 
Bide of County Line, near Mission Street; West End Tract, between San Jose Avenue and Mission Street 
near County Line. 

Abbreviations. — N, north; E, east; S, south; W, west; Av, avenue; bet, between; nr, near; s, side. 

II^"The neglect of the city authorities for years past to supervise and regulate the numbering of 
buildings has led to such confusion of numbers on many streets as to make it dlfHcult at times to find the 
house sought for, even with the aid of a street directory. In addition to this, the changes In the names of 
numerous streets in accordance with recent orders of the Board of Supervisors has Increased the confusion 
heretofore prevailing, and necessitated the renumbering of several streets throughout their entire length. 
To counteract as far as possible these changes in names of streets and numbers, we have inserted the old and 
new names of streets, and, In some Instances, an additional column of figures to designate both old and new 
numbers. 



A, from First Av bet Point 
Lobos Av and B, W to the 
ocean 

A South, from Fifth Av South 
S W to County Line 

Aberdeen, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Academy, from Fairmount nr 
Chenery, S to Charles 

Accacla, from Ocean Av W of 
San Jose Av 

Acorn Alley, from W s Leav- 
enworth bet California and 
Sacramento 

Acton (West End Home- 
stead), from Mission nr 
County Line 

Ada Alley, from Ada Court nr 
O'Farrell 

Ada Court, from N s O'Farrell 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Adair, from W s Howard bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth 



Adam (Bernal Heights), from 
Eve bet San Bruno Av and 
Holladay Av 

Adams, see Seymour Av 
Addison (Fairmount Tract), 

from Bemls W to Castro 
Adela, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islals Creek 

Adelaide Place, from w s 

Taylor bet Geary and Post 
Adele Alley, from N s Jackson 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Adler, from Montgomery Av 

bet Pacific and Broadway, W 

to Dupont 

Agate Alley, from N s Post 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Agnes Lane, from S s Green 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Aileen Avenue, from N s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores 



Alabama, from Division bet 

Florida and Harrison S to 
Esmeralda Av 

Cross Sis. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 20i 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first .j... 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 lOOl 

Twenty-third 1100 llOl 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 1500 1501 

Alameda, from the bay W to 
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Alamo Square, bet Steiner, 
Scott, Haves and Fulton 

Alaska (South S. F.), from 
thf bav S to India Basin 

Alaska Place, from w s M ason 

bet Bay and Xorth Point 

Albany from Flint W to Ma- 
sonic Av 

Albert, W of San Bruno Av 
nr Countv Line 

Albert Alley, from W s Do- 
lores bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 

Albion Avenue, from S s 
Fifteenth bet Valencia and 
Guerrero, S to Seventeenth 

Alcatraz (late Chase), from 
Islais Creek S to Hecker 

Alder Alley, from S s Twenty- 
tirst bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores, S to Twenty-fourth 

Aldine, from Parker Av S of 
Turk. W to First Av 

Alemany, from N s Seven- 
teenth bet Dolores and 
Church 

Alemany Avenue (Academy 

Tract ), X W of Mission, from 

Tlntrley S W 
Alger Place, from E s First 

bet Harrison and Brvant 
Algeria (South S. F.), see 

Eighteenth Av South 
Alice, from S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Alice Alley, from N s Post bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Alleghany (South S.F.), see 

A South 
Allen, from W s Hyde bet 

Union and Filbert 
Allison Avenue, from Mission 

nr County Line 
Alma Avenue, from Clayton 

nr Grattan. W to Stanyan 
Alms House Road, from Stan- 
yan nr Clarendon Av to Alms 

House 
Alpine (late Emma), from S 

s Thirteenth W of Castro, S 

to Fourteenth 
Alta, from E and W s Mont- 
gomery bet Union and Filbert 
Alta Plaza, bet steiner, Scott, 

Clay and Jackson 

Alvarado, from W s San Jose 

Av bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third, W to View Av 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue .... 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church (c) (c) 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Eureka 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoflfman Avenue 900 901 

View Avenue (e) (e) 

Amador (South S. F.), from 
the bay S of Islais to First 
Av South 

Amazon Avenue (Excelsior 
■ Homestead ), from Mission nr 
County Line 

Amboy Alley, from N s Union 
bet Powell and Mason 

Amherst (University Home- 
stead), from S s Silver Av 
bet Princeton and Yale 

Amity Alley, from S s Chest- 
nut bet Mason and Taylor 

Anderson (Bernal Heights), 
from S 8 Esmeralda Av bet 
Ellsworth and Moultrie 

Andover Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), from S s Esmeralda 
Av AV of Moultrie 



Angelica, from S Nineteenth 
bet Valencia and Guerrero 

Ankeny Place, from E s 

Powell bet Sutter and Bush 
Anna Lane, from N s Eddy 

bet Powell and Mason, X to 

Ellis 
Annie, from S s Market bet 

Xew Montgomery and Third, 

S E to Mission 
Anthony, from N s Mission 

bet First and Second 
Antonio, from W s Jones bet 

Ellis and O'Farrell 
Apollo (Silver Terrace), from 

Thornton Av S to "Williams 

Av 
Appleton, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Arago, N W of San Jose Av 

irom Paulding S W to Have- 
lock 
Arcadia (Sunnyside), from 

Mangels Av S to Circular Av 
Arch (City Land Ass'n Tract), 

W of San Jose Av ur County 

Line 

Argentine (South S. F.), see 

Forty-third Av South 
Arizona (South S. F.). from 

the bay, S to India Basin 
Arkansas, from Sixteenth bet 

Connecticut and Wisconsin, 

S to Tulare 

Arlington (Fairmount Tract), 
from San Jose Avnr Charles, 
S vr to Roanoake 

Arlington Avenue (Lake 

View), from Ocean Av S to 

Lake View Av 

Army, from the bay S of 

Twenty-sixth, W to Fowler 

Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 900 901 

Kentucky 1000 1001 

Tennessee 1100 1101 

Minnesota 1200 1201 

Indiana 1300 1301 

Iowa 1400 1401 

Pennsylvania Av 1500 1501 

Mississippi 1600 1601 

Texas 1700 1701 

Missouri 1800 ISOl 

Connecticut 1900 1901 

Arkansas 2lX)0 2001 

Wisconsin 2100 2101 

Carolina 2200 2201 

DeHaro 2300 2301 

Rhode Island 2400 2401 

Kansas 250(.i 2.501 

Vermont 2600 2601 

San Bruno Av 2700 2701 

Utah 

Potrero Avenue 2800 

Hampshire 

York 2900 

Bryant 

Florida 3000 

Alabama 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

FoLsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3.500 a501 

San Jose Avenue . . . 36(X) .3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4O01 

Xoe 4100 4101 

Castro 4'JOO 4201 

Diamond 4;100 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Ash Avenue, from W s Larkin 

bet Fulton and McAllister, W 

to lUichanan 



Cross Sts. N. s. 

Larkin 2 l 

Polk 100 101 

Van Xess Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Ashburton Place, from E s 

Grant Av bet Post and Sutter 

Ashbury, from Fulton bet 

Masonic Av and Clayton, S to 

Seventeenth 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove lOO 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 301 

Haight 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Astor, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Athens (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W to 
Amazon Av 
Attridge Alley, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Jones and Leaven* 
worth 
At water, from E s Larkin 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Auburn, from N s Jackson 
bet Mason and Taylor, X to 
Pacific 
August Alley, from N s Green 
bet Powell and Mason, X to 
Union 
Augusta, from E s San Bruno 

Av nr Sliver Av 
Austin Avenue, from W s 
Larkin bet Bush and Pine, W 
to Octavla 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van X'ess Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla (e) (e) 

Avery, from N s Geary bet 
Fillmore and Steiner, X to 
Post 

Avoca, from Douglass bet 
Thirty-first and Thirty-sec- 
ond 

Azores (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-ninth Av South 

Aztec (Bernal Heights), from 
Coso Av E to Shotwell 

B, from First Av S of A, W to 
the ocean 

B South, from Third Av South 
S W to County Line 

Bache (Bernal Heights), from 
S s Crescent Av bet Andover 
Av and Porter 

Bacon (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av S 
of Burrows 

Bacon Place (late Quincy 

Place), from S s Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont 
Baden (Sunnyside), from 
Mangels Av S to Circular Av 

Badger (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission nr Sil- 
ver Av 

Bagley Place, from N s 

OTarrell bet Grant Av and 
Stockton 
Bahama (South S. F.), see 
Eighth Av South 

Baker, from N s Haight bet 
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Cross Sts. E. W. 

Halght 2 1 

Page 100 101 

Oak 200 (o) 

Fell 300 301 

Hayes 400 401 

Grove 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister TOO 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 801 

Turk (c; (c) 

Calvary Cemetery... 

Geary 1300 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 1901 

Clay 2000 2001 

"Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 2300 2301 

Broadway 2400 2401 

Valle.1o 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

ITnlon 2700 2701 

Filbert 2800 2801 

Greenwich 2900 2901 

Lombard 3000 3001 

Chestnut, 3100 3101 

Francisco 3200 3201 

Bay 3300 3301 

NorthPoint 3400 3401 

Beach 3.500 3501 

Jefferson 3600 3601 

Tonquln 3700 3701 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Baker Alley, from W s Dupont 

bet Jackson and Pacific 

Baker Avenue (South S. F.), 

E of Sau Bruno Av nr Islais 
Creek 

Baldwin Court, from N s 

Folsom bet Fremont and 
First 

Balance, from N s Jackson 
bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery, N to Gold 

Balmy, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Harrison and 
Treat Av, S to Twenty-fifth 

Banks (Bernal Heights) , from 
Esmeralda Av bet Prentiss 
and Butler 

Bannam Place, from N s 

Green bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton, N to Union 

Barbadoes (South s. F.), see 

Thirty-ninth Av South 
Barlon, from Garibaldi E of 

Cadwallader 

Barneveld Avenue (late Rail- 
road Av), from Islais Creek S 
to Silver Av 
Barry, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Bartlett, from S s Twenty- 
first bet Mission and Va- 
lencia, S to Army 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Twenty-first 2 1 

Twenty-second 100 101 

Twenty-third 200 201 

Twenty-fourth 300 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twenty-sixth 500 501 

Army (e) (e) 

Bartlett Alley, from N s Jack- 
son bet Kearny and Dupont, 
N to Pacific 
Bartol, from Broadway bet 
Sansome and Montgomery, 
N to Vallejo 
Battery, from N s Market 
bet Front and Sansome, N to 
the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Bush 2 1 

Pine 100 101 

California 200 201 

Halleck 

Sacramento 300 301 



Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 501 

Oregon 

Jackson 600 601 

Pacific 700 701 

Chambers 

Broadway 800 801 

Valle.jo 900 901 

Green looO 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1100 1101 

Filbert 1200 1201 

Greenwich 1300 1301 

Lombard (e) (e) 

Bauer (Academy Tract), from 

N Ws Mission nr Norton 
Bay, from the bay bet Fran- 
cisco and North Point, W to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Kearny 2 1 

Dupont 100 101 

Midway 

Stockton 200 201 

Powell 300 301 

Mason 400 401 

Taylor 500 501 

Jones 600 601 

Montgomery Av 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue (o) 1101 

Franklin (o) 1201 

Gough (o) 1301 

Octavia (o) 1401 

Laguna 1500 (o) 

Buchanan 1600 (o) 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Steiner 1900 1901 

Pierce 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devisadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2.300 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Bay View (late Parnassus 
Av), from W s Railroad Av 
nr Eighteenth Av South 
Bay View Place, from N s 
Union bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Beach, from the bay bet North 
Point and Jefferson, W to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Dupont 2 1 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Mason 300 301 

Taylor 400 401 

Jones 500 501 

Leavenworth 600 601 

Montgomery Av 

Hyde 760 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue ... (c) (c) 
Governm't Keserv'n. 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

Webster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Steiner 18W 1801 

Pierce 1900 1901 

Scott 2000 2001 

Devisadero 2100 2101 

Broderick 2200 2201 

Baker 2300 2301 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Beacon (Fairmount Tract), 

from Castro S of Thirtieth 
Beale, from S s Market bet 
Main and Fremont, S E to 
the bay 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 801 



Beale Place — 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 50O (o) 

Brannan (e) (e) 

Beale Place, from E s Beale 
bet Folsom and Harrison, E 
to Main 

Beaver, from W s Noe bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth, W 
to Castro 

Becker Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Post and Sutter 

Bedford Place, from N s Jack- 
son bet Stockton and Powell 

Beethoven, W of San Jose Av 
nr San Miguel 

Beideman, from N s Ellis 
bet Scott and Devisadero 

Belcher, from S s Thirteenth 
bet Church and Sanchez, S to 
Fourteenth 

Belcher Court, from S s Four 
teenth bet Church and San 
chez 

Belden, from N s Bush bet 
Jlontgomery and Kearny, N 
to Pine 

Belgrave Avenue (Clarendon 
Heights), from Stanyan S of 
Eighteenth 

Bellair Place, from N s Chest- 
nut bet Dupont and Stockton, 
N to Francisco 

Bellevue, from Elizabeth W 
of Hoffman Av, S to Thir- 
tieth 

Bellevue Avenue, from S s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and 

Stockton 

Bellevue Avenue, S E of 

Mission nr County Line 

Belmont Avenue, from Wood- 
land Av N W to Sunset Av 

Belmont Place, from E s Sev- 
enth bet Bryant and Brannan 

Belvedere, from S s Waller 
bet Clayton and Cole, S to 
Frederick 

Bemis (Fairmount Tract), 
from Beacon to Castro 

Bennington (Bemal Heights), 
from .I'unction North Av and 
Eugenia Av S to East Av 

Benton Avenue (Bemal Heights), 

from W 8 Andover Av S of 
Crescent Av 
Bepler, from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 

Bergen Alley, from W s Hyde 
bet Bay and North Point 

Berkeley Avenue (now Treat 

Av), from Precita Place bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Berkshire, nr intersection 
San Jose Av and Castro 

Berlin (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av bet 
Girard and Goettingen 

Bermuda (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-fourth Av South 

Bernadotte, E of San Bruno 

Av nr Islais Creek 

Bemal (now Shotwell), from 
Twenty-sixth nr Howard, S 
to Precita Av 

Bernal Avenue (Bemal Heights), 

from Coso Av nr California 
Av, E to Shotwell 

Bernard, from W s Taylor 
bet Pacific and Broadway, 
W to Leavenwortfe 
O-oss Sts. N. S. 

Taylor 2 1 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth (e) (e) 

Bemice, from S s Twelfth bet 

Folsom and Harrison, S W to 

Thirteenth 

Berry, from the bay bet King 

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Second 2 1 

Hammond Place — ■ 

Third 100 101 

Madden — 

Haggtn — 

Tevls — 

Dewey — • 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth 300 301 

Sixth 400 iOl 

Seventh 500 501 

Division 

Eighth Ce) fe) 

Berry Place (late Martin), 

from E s Grant Av bet Sutter 

and Bush 

Beiilah, from Cole bet Waller 

and Frederick, AV to Stanyan 

Bigelow, W of San Bruno Av 

ur County Line 
Biggs, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Billings Place (now Napier 
Pl;. from N s Filbert bet San- 
some and Monttromerv 
Birch Avenue, from W s Lar- 

kin bet Grove and Fulton, W 
Cross .Sts. N. S. 

Larkln 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Xess Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Bismarck, from San Jose Av 
ur County Line 

Blackstone, from Franklin 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Blaine (Bernal Heights, now 
Eugenia Av). from Prentiss 
nr Cortland Av 

Blake (late Ferric), from 
Point Lobos Av bet Collins 
and Cook 

Blanche Alley, from Twenty- 
third lietChurchand Sanchez 

Bluxome, from W s Fourth 
bet Brannan and Townsend, 
W to Sixth 

Boardman Place, from S s 
Bryant bet Sixth and 
Seventh, S E to Brannan 

Boise (Bernal Heights, now 
Peralta Av),from S s Pow- 
hattan nr Holladay Av 

Bolivia (South S. F.), see 
Forty-ninth Av South 

Bond, from S s Mission bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Bond Alley, from S s Green- 
wich bet Stockton and Powell 

Bone Alley, see Green Place 

Bonita, from W s Polk bet 
Vallcjo and Green, W to Van 
Ness Av 

Boston Place, from E s First 
brr KmNoiu and Harrison 

Bosworth, from W s Mission 
S of ( rrscent Av 

Bourbon, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Predta Creek 

Bourbin Place, from N s 
Eddy l)et stelnor and Pierce, 
X to Ellis 

Bourne, E of San Bruno Av 

iir Islals Creek 
Boutwell (South S. F.), from 

Islals Creek, S to Augusta 
Bowdoin (University Home- 

stcml I. from S s Sliver Av W 

of IIiiMilIton 
Bower Place, from S s Green 

bet Diiipont and Stockton 

Bowie Avenue, from E s 

Eleventh bet Howard and 
Folsoni 



Bowles Place (now Tonning- 
sen Place), from X s Howard 
bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Boyce, from Point Lobos Av 
bet Cook and Parker Av 

Boyd, from Chesley bet Har- 
rison and Brvant 

Boylston, front N s Silver Av 
W of Merrill 

Bradford (Bernal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av E of Car-, 
ver. S to Powhattan 

Brady, from S s Market bet 
Twelfth and Valencia, S E to 
West Mission 

Brady Place, see Rockland 

Brannan, from the bay bet 
Bryant and Townsend, S W 
to Division 

Cross ^ts. N. S. 

Beale 2 1 

Fremont 100 101 

First 200 201 

Dover 

Japan 

Second 300 301 

Stanford 

Thompson Avenue. . . 

Third 400 401 

Ritch 

Zee 

Rushton Place 

Fourth 500 501 

Fifth 600 601 

Sixth 700 701 

Harriet 

Geneva 

Boardman Place 

Brannan Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 80O 801 

Langton 

Decatur 

Eighth 900 901 

Converse 

Xinth 1000 1001 

Dore 

Division (e) (e) 

Brannan Place, from S s 
Brannan bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth 

Brazil Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
S of China Av 

Brekle's Place, from S s Pa- 
cltic l)et Hvde and Larkln 

Brenham Place, from N s 

Clay bet Kearny and Dupont, 
X" to AVashlugton 

Brewery Alley, see Enter- 
prise 

Brewster (Bernal Heights), 
from Rutledge Av S AV to Es- 
meralda Av 

Bridge Place, from S s Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Bright (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), W of San Jose 
Av nr Countv Line 

Brighton Avenue (lake View), 

from Ocean Av S to Lake 

View Av 
Britton, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Broad (RaiiroadHomestead), 

W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 

Broad's Place, from N s Bush 
bet Hyde and Larkln 

Broadway, from the bay bet 

Pacific and Vallejo, W to 

Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sti. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Davis 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Sansome 800 301 

Ohio Place 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 401 

Rowland 



Kearny 500 501 

Pinckney Place 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Dupont 600 601 

Pacific Alley 

Duncan Court 

Stockton 700 701 

Virginia Place 

Church Avenue.. . . 

Powell 800 801 

Scott Place 

Mason 900 901 

Salmon 

Hlmmelman Place... 

Taylor looo 1001 

Sweet 

Florence Place 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Morse Place 

Bridge Place 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Morrell Place 

Larkln 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Xess Avenue 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavla 1900 1901 

Laguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

"Webster 2200 2201 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Stelner 24(X) 2401 

Pierce 25()0 2501 

Scott 2fi(K) 2601 

Devlsadero 27lXt 2701 

Broderlck 2.800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon (e) fe) 

Broderick, from N s Waller 
bet Devlsadero and Baker, 
X to the bay 

Cross i>is. E. w. 

Waller 2 1 

Halght 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak 300 301 

Fell 400 401 

Hayes 500 ,'iOl 

Grove 600 601 

Fulton 700 701 

McAllister SOO 801 

Golden Gate Avenue. 900 901 

Turk 1000 1001 

Eddy 1100 1101 

Ellis 1200 1201 

O'Farrell 1300 1301 

Geary 1400 1401 

Post 1.500 1501 

Sutter um 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Pine ISIHI 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento 20()0 2001 

Clay 2100 2101 

Washington 22(H) 2201 

Jackson 2;500 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2,5(K) 2.501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich .3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3301 

Francisco... 3300 .3301 

Bay 3400 3401 

NorthPoint a5(»0 .3.501 

Beach 3600 3601 

Jefferson 3700 3701 

Tonquln 3800 3801 

Lewis le) (e) 

Bronte (Bernal Heights), from 
S s Cortland Ave bet Brad- 
ford and Putnam 

Brook, from W s Mission nr 
Cortland Av 

Brooklyn Place, from s s 

Sacramento bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Brooks, from N s Market bet 
Kearny and Grant Av. X to 
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Brosnan, from W s Valencia 
bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth, W to Guerrero 

Brown, W of San Bruno Av 
nr Conntv Ltae 

Brown Alley, see City Hall 
Place 

Bruce Avenue (Lake View) 

from Harold Av E 

Bruce Place, from Harrison 
Av nr Folsom 

Brunswick (West End Home- 
stead), .S E of Mission nr 
County Line 

Brush, from N s Chestnut bet 
Scott and Devlsadero 

Bryant, from the bay bet 

Harrison and Brannan, S W 
to Division, thence S to Army 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Spear 2 1 

Main 

Beale 100 101 

Fremont 200 201 

First 300 301 

Ellery 

Rlncon Place 

Stanly Place ■ 

Second 400 401 

Third 500 501 

Rltch 

Zoe 

Fourth 600 601 

Weston Place 

Fifth 700 701 

Oak Grove Avenue . . 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 800 801 

Harriet 

Boardman Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 900 901 

Langton 

Chesley 

Victor 

Kate 

Decatur 

Eighth 1000 1001 

Converse 

Ninth 1100 1101 

Dore 

Tenth 1200 12ol 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1300 1301 

Division 1400 1401 

Alameda 1500 1501 

Fifteenth 1600 1601 

Sixteenth 1700 1701 

Seventeenth 1800 1801 

Mariposa 19(:mj 1901 

Eighteenth 2000 2001 

Nineteenth 2100 2101 

Twentieth 2200 2201 

Twenty-flrst 2300 2301 

Twenty-second 2400 2401 

Twenty-third 2500 2501 

Twenty-fourth 2600 2601 

Twenty-fifth 2700 2701 

Twenty-sixth 2800 2801 

Army (e) (e) 

Bryant Avenue (now Bryant 

Street;, from Division S to 
Army 

Buchanan, from N s Market 
and Thirteenth bet Laguna 
and Webster, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. w. 

Market and Thir- 
teenth 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

"Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Halght 300 301 

Rose Avenue 

Page 400 401 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 500 501 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 600 601 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 700 701 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 800 801 

Birch Avenue 



Fulton 900 901 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Clarence Court ■ 

Geary 1600 1601 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Sacramento , 2200 2201 

Clay 2:300 2301 

Washington 2400 2401 

Jackson 2500 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Plxley 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut (c) (c) 

Lobos Square 

Bay 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquln 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Buchanan Alley, see Maiden 

Alley 
Buena Vista (Bernal Beigbts), 
from Coso Av bet Elsie and 
North A V, S W to Cortland Av 

Buena Vista Avenue (late 
Park Road), surrounding 
Buena Vista Park 

Buena Vista Park, S of 

Haight l)et Broderick and 
Central Av 

Buena Vista Square, bet 

Twentieth. Twenty-first, 

Vermont and Utah 

Bulah, see Beulah 

Burcham Place, from W s 

Leavenworth bet Golden 
Gate Av and Turk 

Burgoyne Place, from S s 
Pacific bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Burnett Place, from N s Bush 
bet Sansome and Montgom- 
ery 

Bumside Avenue, nr inter- 
section San Jose Av and 
Castro 
Burritt, from S s Bush bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Burrows (University Home- 
stead ), from San Bruno Av 
S of Felton 
Bush, from N s Market bet 
Sutter and Pine, W to Cen- 
tral Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Battery lOO 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Burnett Place 

Montgomery 300 301 

Trinity 

Russ Alley 

Belden 

Kearny 400 401 

St. George Alley 

Clara Lane 

Mary Lane 

Dupont 500 

Grant Avenue 501 

Chatham Place 

Stockton 600 601 



Burritt 

Monroe 

Chelsea Place 

Powell 700 701 

Bush Street Place 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Jones KXX) 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Broad's Place 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1.501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2.301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2.501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801. 

Lyon 2900 2901 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Bush Street Place, from N s 
Bush bet Powell and .Mason 

Butler (Bernal Heights, now 
Folsom), from Esmeralda Av 
bet Banks and Gates, S to 
Cortland Av 

Butte (now Nineteenth), from 
the bay bet Eighteenth and 
Twentieth, W to Harrison 

Bytngton Avenue, from w s 

Webster bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell, W to Fillmore 

Bjrme, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islals Creek 
Byron (Bernal Heights, now 

Brewster), from Isabel S W 

to Rutledge Av 

BjTxbee (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

C, from First Av S of B, W to 
the ocean 

C South, from Water Front 

S W to County Line 
Cabot (Bernal Heights), from 

Macedonia N W to Peralta 

Av 

Cadell AUey, from N s Union 

bet Dupiiut and Stockton 
Cadwallader, E of San Bruno 

Av nr Islals Creek 

Caine Avenue, w of San jose 

Av nr Ocean View Station 

Calaveras (South S. F.), from 
the bay bet Amador and 
Mendocino, W to First Av 
South 

Caledonia Alley, from Fif- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
lencia, S to Sixteenth 

Calhoun, from N s Green bet 
Sansome and Montgomery, 
N to Union 

California, from junction 
Market and Drumm bet Pine 
and Sacramento.W to Thirty- 
third Av 
Cross Sts. N. S 

Market and Drumm. "T 2 1 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 801 

Sansome 400 401 

Leldesdorff 

Montgomery 500 501 

Spring 

Webb 

Kearny 600 601 

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Quincv 

Dupont 700 701 

Sellna Place 

Grace Terrace 

Stockton 800 801 

Pratt Place ■ 

Prospect Place 

Miles Court 

Powell 900 901 

Mason 1000 1001 

Cushman 

Taylor.... 1100 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Helen 

Jacobv Place 

Hvde 1400 1401 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van ^Tess Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavia 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Middle 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devisadero 2800 2801 

Broderick 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue 3200 (o) 

Walnut 3300 (o) 

Laurel 3400 (o) 

Locust 3500 (o) 

Spruce 3600 (o) 

Maple 3700 

Parker Avenue 3701 

Commonwealth Av.. 

Cherry 3800 

Jordan Avenue 3801 

Michigan Avenue 

First Avenue 3900 3901 

Second Avenue 4000 4001 

Third Avenue 4100 4101 

Fourth Avenue 4200 4201 

Fifth Avenue 4300 4301 

Si.\th Avenue 4400 4401 

Seventh Avenue 4500 4501 

Eighth Avenue 4600 4601 

California Avenue (Bernal 

Helj-'hts). from Cuso Av bet 
Mi.-.sion and Prospect Av,S W 
to Cortland Av 

California South, from First 
Av bet Clement and Cali- 
fornia. "W to Sixth Av 
Cambridge, from S s Silver 

Av bet Tale and Oxford 
Camelia, W of San Jose Av 

nr Sau Miguel 
Camp, from E s Guerrero bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Canal, from E s Mission nr 

Silver Av 
Capitol Avenue, from Ocean 
Av nr Miramar Av, S to Pal- 
metto Av 
Capp, from S s Fifteenth bet 
Howard and Mission, S to 
Twenty-sixth 
Cross S/s. W. E. 

Fifteenth 2 1 

Adair 

Sixteenth 100 101 

Seventeenth 200 201 

Eighteenth 3t)0 301 

Nineteenth 40O 401 

Twentieth .500 501 

Twentv-flrst 600 601 

Twenty-second 700 701 

Twenty-third 800 801 

Twenty-fourth 900 901 

Twenty-tlfth lOtlO 1001 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

Card Alley, from W s Stock- 
ton bet Vallejo and Green 
Carl, from Clavton S of Fred- 
erick, W to First Av 



Carlos Place, from S s O'Far- 

rell bet Powell and Mason 
Carmelita, from S s Waller 

bet Pierce and Scott 
Carolina, from Eighth bet 

Wisconsin and De Haro, S to 

Tulare 
Caroline (now Harriet), from 

S s Folsom bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
Caroline (now Dore) , from S s 

Howard bet Xinth and Tenth 

Caroline Place, from E s Pow- 
ell bet Jackson and Pacific 

Carr, from Paul Av S to Sa- 
linas Av 

Carr Place, from S s Chestnut 
bet Mason and Taylor 

Carrie, from Chenery nr Cas- 
tro 

Carter, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Carthagena (South S. F.), 

see Forty-eighth Av South 
Carver (Bernal Heights) , from Es- 
meralda Av S to Powhaltan 
Case, from W of San Bruno Av 

nr head Islais Creek 
Caselli Avenue, from Doug- 
lass nr Xineteenth to Eagle 
Castro, from S s Thirteenth 
W of Noe, S to San Jose Av 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henrv 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Tilden 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 300 301 

States 

Market 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado KWO 1001 

Twentv-third 1100 lloi 

Elizabeth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1301 

Jersey 1400 1401 

Twenty-fifth 1500 1501 

Clipper 1600 1601 

Twenty-sixth 1700 1701 

Army 1800 1801 

Twenty-seventh 1900 1901 

Duncan 2000 2001 

Twenty-eighth 2100 2101 

Vallev 2200 2201 

Twenty-ninth 2300 2301 

Day 2400 2401 

Thirtieth 2500 2501 

Cayuga Avenue (West End 

Tract I. from Ocean Av W of 
Mission 
Cedar, from N s Clay bet 
Davis and Front, N to Wash- 
ington 

Cedar Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kin bet Geary and Post, W to 
Laguna (Some of the build- 
ings are incorrectly num- 
bered.) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue.... (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia (400) 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Cedar Lane, see Clarion Alley 

Center (now Sixteenth), from 

the bay bet Fifteenth and 

Seventeenth, W to Harrison 



Central, from S s Brannan 
bet Second and Third 

Central Avenue, from Buena 

Vista Av W of Lyon, N to 

Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Buena Vista Avenue. 2 I 

Waller 

Haight 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park . . . 

Fell 400 401 

Hayes 500 501 

Grove 600 601 

Fulton 700 701 

McAllister 800 801 

GoldenGateAv 900 901 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvary Cemetery . . . 

Geary 1400 1401 

Post 1500 (o) 

Sutter 1600 (o) 

Bush 1700 (0) 

Pine 1800 (o) 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento 2000 2001 

Clay 2100 2101 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue (e) (e) 

Central Court, from S s 

Haight bet Gough and Oc- 
tavia 
Central Place, from S s Pine 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Ceres (Silver Terrace), from 

Thornton Av S E to Williams 

Av 
Chambers, from W s Davis 

bet Pacific and Broadway, W 

to Battery 

Chambers Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Powell and 
Mason, N to Lombard 

Channel, from the bay bet 
Berry and Hooper, S W to 
Eighth 

Channel, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr head Islais Creek 

Chapultepec (Beraal Heights) , 
from Coso Av bet Prospect 
Av and Elsie, S W to Cort- 
land Av 

Charity, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Charles (Fairmount Tract), 
from San Jose Av nr Arling- 
ton to Chenery 

Charles Place, from N s Har- 
rison bet First and Second 

Charter Oak Avenue, from 

Islais Creek E of San Brunq 

Av, S to Paul Tract 
Chase, see Commonwealth Av 
Chase Place, from E s Mason 

bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Chatham Place, from N s 

Bush bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Chattanooga, from S s 

Twentv-tirst bet Dolores and 
Church. S to Twenty-fourth 

Chelsea Place, from S s Bush 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Chenery (Fairmount Tract), 
from Thirtieth nr Church, S 
and S W 
Cheney, from E s Second bet 

Stevenson and Mission. 
Cherry, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Maple and First 
Av. S to California 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 2(X> 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

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aierubusco (Bernal Heights, 

now ElBle), from Coso Av 
S W to Cortland Av 

Hiesley, from S s Harrison 

' bet Seventh and Eighth, S E 
to Bryant 

Hiestnut, from the bay bet 
Lombard and Francisco, W 
to Presidio Reservation 

Jross its. N. S. 

Sansome 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Wlnthrop ^^^ 

Kearny 200 201 

Dupont. « 300 301 

Bellalr Place 

Stockton 400 401 

Chestnut Alley 

Powell 500 501 

Mason 600 601 

Carr Place 

Montgomery Avenue 

Taylor 700 701 

Jones 800 801 

Leavenworth 900 901 

Hyde 1000 1001 

Larkln 1100 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1300 1301 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Gough 1500 1501 

Octavla 1600 1601 

Laguna (o) 1701 

Buchanan (o) 1801 

Webster 1900 1901 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Stelner 2100 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott 2300 2301 

Devlsadero 2400 2401 

Broderlck 2500 2501 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Chestnut Alley, from N s 

Chestnut bet Stockton and 

Powell 
China (South S. F.), from 

Water Front nr C South, to 

Third Av South 
China Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead;, from Mission 

S of .Japan Av 
Church, from Hermann bet 

Dolores and Sanchez, S to 

Thirtieth 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Hermann 2 1 

Thirteenth 100 101 

Reservoir 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Market 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Dorland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth '.'.'..'.'.'.'. '. 1300 1301 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth. 1600 1601 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1700 1701 

Day 

Thirtieth (e) (e) 

Church Alley, from N s Wash- 
ington bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 
Church Avenue (late Morey 
Alley), from N s Broadway 
bet Stockton and Powell, N 
to Vallejo 



Church Lane, from W S Do- 
lores bet sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth. W to Church 

Church Place (now Edith) 
from W s Dupont bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 

Churchill Court, see Tiffany 

Circular Avenue (Sunnyslde) 

from Joost Av S W 

City Hall Avenue (late Park 

Avenue), from S s McAllis- 
ter nr Leavenworth, S W to 
Larkln 
City HaU Place, from N s 
McAllister bet Hyde and 
Larkln 
City Hall Square, from N s 
Market opp Eighth, to City 
Hall Av 
ClairvUle Place, see Graham 

I'lace 
Clara, from W s Ritch bet 
Folsom and Harrison, S W 
to Sixth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

KItch 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Hulbert Place 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Clara Avenue, from N s Eigh- 
teenth W of Douglass 
Clara Lane, from N s Sutter 

bet Kearny and Grant Av, N 
to Bush 

Clarence «Court, from E s 

Buchanan bet O'Farrell and 
Geary 

Clarence Place, from N s 

Towusend bet Second and 

Third 
Clarendon Avenue(Clarendon 

Heights), from Stanyan S of 

Eighteenth. 
Clarion Alley (late Cedar 

Lane) from W s Mission bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 

W to Valencia 
Clark, from W s Drumm bet 

Jackson and Pacific, W to 

Front 
Clarke, see Clarkson 
Clarkson (late Clarke) from 

Lincoln Av nr Thirtieth. W 

to Fowler .\v 
Clay, from the bay bet Sacra- 
mento and Washington, W to 

First Av 
Cro.fS .y.». N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Cedar 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leldesdorfl 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 701 

Brenham Place 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Spofford 

Stockton 900 901 

Clay Avenue 

Prospect Place 

Powell 1000 1001 

Fremont Court 

Tay 

Wetmore Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Yerba Buena 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1.301 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Torrens Court 

Larkln 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough 2000 2001 

Lafayette Park 



Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Stelner (o) 2601 

Pierce (o) 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderlck 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Central Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 36U1 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Clay Avenue, from N s Clay 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Clayton, from Fulton bet Ash- 
bury and Cole, S to Seven- 
teenth 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Clement, from First Av bet 
Point Lobos Av and Califor- 
nia. W to Forty-eighth Av 

Clement Place, from S s 

Green bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 
Clementina, from W s Firs t 
bet Tehama and Folsom, S W 
to Ninth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Rodney 

Oscar Alley 

Second (c) (c) 

Third (c) (c) 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth (c) (c) 

Seventh (c) (c) 

Sumner 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth fe) (e) 

Cleveland, from E s Seventh 
bet Folsom and Harrison, to 
Sherman 
Cliflf Avenue, from Point Lo- 
bos Av nr Thirty-ninth Av, 
W to the ocean 
Clinton (now Harriet), from S 
s Bryant bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth, S E to Braunan 
Clinton Avenue, nr intersec- 
tion San Jose Av and Castro 
Clinton Park, from W s Va- 
lencia bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth, W to Dolores 
Clipper, from W s Dolores bet 
Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Sanchez 200 201 

Noe 300 301 

Castro 400 401 

Diamond 500 501 

Douglass ., 600 601 

Clive, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Clover, from Eighteenth W 

of Clara Av ^ 

Clyde (late Liberty), from N 
s Townsend bet Third and 
Fourth 

Codman Place, from S s 

Washington bet Powell and 
Mason 

Cohen Place, from S s Ellis 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 



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Cole, from Fulton bet Clayton 
and Shrader, S to Clarendon 
Av 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Haves 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

TValler TOO 701 

Beulah 

Frederick SOO 801 

College (University Home- 
stead i. from S s Silver Av 
W of Dartmouth 
College Place, from N s Hayes 

bet Larkin and Polk 

Collingwood (late Sherman), 

from S s Seventeenth bet 

Castro and Diamond, S to 

Twenty-second 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Seventeenth ......... 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 300 301 

Twenty-first 400 401 

Twentv-second (e) (e) 

Collins, from Point Lobos Av 

bet Wood and Blake 
Colorado, from the bay S to 

India Basin 
Colton, from Brady bet Mar- 
ket and West Mission 
Columbia Place (Bem&l Heights, 
now Alabama), from Preelta 
Av S t<i Ksmeralda Av 

Columbia Square, from S s 

Folsom bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth. S E tn Harrison 

Columbia Square (Park), bet 

Folsom. Harrison, Columbia 

Square and Sherman 
Colusa (now Army), from the 

bav bet Tweutv-sixth and 

Marin. W to Utah 
Commerce, from W s Front 

bet Green and Union, W to 

Battery 
Commercial, from the bay 

bet Sacramento and Clay, W 

to Dupont 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Eait Xorth 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leldesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearnv '.... 700 701 

Dupont (e) (e) 

Commonwealth Avenue (late 

Chase I, from X s Point Lobos 
Av bet Parker and Jordan 
Avs 

Concord Avenue (West End 
Tract I, from E s Mission 
nr County Line 

Congdon (College Homestead), from 
Canal to Silver Av 

Congo ( Sunnyside ) , from 
Mangels Av S to Circular Av 

Congress from Buena Vista 
Av S W to Ashbury 

Conkllng (South S. F.), from 
Silver Av nr Augusta 

Connecticut, from Sixteenth 
bet Missouri and Arkansas, 
S to Tulare 

Converse, from N and S s Bry- 
ant bet Eighth and Ninth 

Cook, from Point Lobos Av 
bet Blake and Boyce 

Cooper's Alley, from N s Jack- 
son bet Kearny and Dupont 

Cora, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 



Corbett Avenue, from Seven- 
teenth and Clara Av S W to 
Ocean Av 

Corea (South S. F.), see Ninth 
Av South 

Cortez (Bernal Heights, now 
Rutledge Av), from Mace- 
donia S W 

Cortland Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), from Mission nr 
Thirtieth, E to San Bruno Av 

COSO Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from Precita Av nr Mission, 
S E to North Av 

Costa, from HoUaday Av nr 
Rutledge Av. W to Brewster 

Costa Rica (South S. F.),see 
Thirty-sixth Av South 

Cotta (Spring Valley Home- 
stead i.W of Mission nr Sil- 
ver Av 

Cottage Place, from E s Jones 

bet Geary and Post 
Cottage Row, from N s Sutter 

bet Webster and Fillmore, N 

to Bush 
Cotter (Academy Tract), from 

N tt" s Mission bet Theresa 

and Francis 
County Road, now Mission St 
Cram Place, from N s Golden 

Gate Av bet Buchanan and 

Webster 
Crane, from Paul Av S to 

Salinas Av 
Craut (College Homestead), 

from Canal S to Silver Av 

Creek Lane (now Erie), from 
Folsom bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteentli 

Crescent Avenue, from Mis- 
sion S of West Av, E to San 
Bruno Av 

Crocker, from West Mission 
bet Brady and Hermann 

Crocker Avenue (now Clip- 
per), from W s Douglass bet 
Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth 

Croke (Academy Tract), from 
N W s Mission bet Francis 
and Harrington 

Cronogue Alley, from S s 
Tweuty-tirst bet Guerrero 
and Fair Oaks 

Crook, from N s Townsend 
bet Third and Fourth 

Cross, from Mission nr 
County Line 

Croton Avenue, nr intersec- 
tion of San.IoseAv and Castro 

Crystal (late Milton), W of 
San Jose Av nr County Line 

Cum Cook Alley, from W s Du- 
pont bet .Jackson and Pacific 

Cumberland (late Columbia), 
from W s Guerrero bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth, W to 
Noe 

Cumberland Place, from W s 

Valencia bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Curtis, from New Morse bet 

Pope and Reed 
Cushman, from N s California 

bet Mason and Taylor, N to 

Sacramento 

Custom House Place, from N 

s Washington bet Battery 
and Sansome 
Cuvier (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), from W s Mission 
nr Sliver Av 

Cypress Alley, from S s Twen- 

tv-fourth bet Howard and 

Mission. S to Twenty-sixth 
D (now Fulton), from First Av 

N of Golden Gate Park, W to 

the ocean. 
D Soutll, from Water Front 

S W to County Line 



Dakota (South S. F.), from 
the bay S to India Basin 

Dale Place, from S s Golden 
Gate Av bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde 

Dame(Fairmount Tract), from 
Thirtieth nr Church, S to 
Randall 

Danton(Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission nr Sil- 
ver Av 

Danvers, from Corbett Av 
S E to Caselli Av 

Dartmouth (UniversityHomestead), 
from S s Silver Av W of 
Bowdoin 

Davis, from N s Market bet 

Drumm and Front, N to the 
bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay 300 301 

Washington 400 401 

Oregon 

Jackson 500 501 

Clark 

Pacific 600 601 

Chambers 

Broadway 700 701 

Vallejo SOU 801 

Dawson Place, from E s Mason 

bet Sacramento and Clay 
Day, from W s San Jose Av 
bet Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth, W to Fowler Av 
Crnss Sfs. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 301 

Noe 400 401 

Castro 500 501 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoffman Avenue 800 801 

Bellevue 900 901 

De Boom, from W s First bet 
Brvant and Brannan, S W to 
Second 
De Haro, from Eighth bet 
Carolina and Rhode Island, 
S to Islais Creek 
De Kalb (Bernal Heights , now 
Peralta Av. ), from S s Cort- 
land Av nr Bradford 
De Long (late Schiller), W o 
San Jose Av nr County Line 
De Long Avenue from S s 
Waller bet Masonic Av and 
Ashburv 

De Montfort Avenue (Lake 
View), from Miramar Av W 
to Arlington Av 

De Wolf (West End Tract) 
from Sherman Av nr San 
Jose Av, S W to Sickles .\v 

Dearborn (late Mission Av), 
from Ss Seventeenth bet Va- 
lencia and Guerrero 

Decatur, from S s Bryant bet 
Seventh and Eighth, S E to 
Brannan 

Decatur (Bernal Heights), 
see Roscoe 

Decker Alley, from W s Sev- 
enth bet Folsom and Harri- 
son 

Dehon, from S s Sixteenth 
bet Church and Sanchez, S 
to Seventeenth 

Delaware, from the bay bet 
Massachusetts and Maryland, 
S to First -Vv South 

Delaware (University Home- 
stead), see Saratoga 

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Delaware Avenue (City Land 

Ags'n Tract), see Worcester 
Av 

Delaware Court, from N s 

Sutter bet Powell and Mason 
Delgado Place, from E s Hyde 

bet Green and Union 
Delta Place, from E s Mason 
bet Sutter and Bush 

Denmark (South S. F.), see 

Second Av South 
Derby (late Oak), from W s 

Mason bet Geary and Post 
Derby Place (late Oak), from 

E 8 Taylor bet Geary and 

Post 
Desmond, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Detroit (Stmnyside), from 

Melrose Av S to Circular Av 
DeVlsadero, from N s Thir- 
teenth bet Scott and Brod- 

erlck, X to the bay 
Ch>s» Sis. E. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Lloyd 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Hayes 600 601 

Grove TOO TOl 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue.lOOO 1001 

Tnrk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301- 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Geary 1500 1501 

Garden Avenue 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter ITOO 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson ,...2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2.500 2.501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert. 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut .3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (6) (e) 

Dewey Boulevard, from 

junction N and Seventh Av, 
S and S W to Ocean Av 
Diamond, from S s Seven- 
teenth bet Castro and Doug- 
lass. S to San Jose Av 
Cross Sis. w. I. 

Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth lOU 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 300 301 

Twentv-first 400 401 

Twenty-second 500 501 

Alvarado 

Twentv-third 600 601 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 700 701 

Twenty-fifth...'.'..'!!.' 800 801 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 900 901 

Diamond (Visitacion Val- 
ley i. see Medford 
Diana (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av to Williams Av 
Dickinson, from E s San Bruno 
Av nr Union Av 



Digby (Fairmount Tract, late 
Carlos I, from Beacon to El 
Monte 

Dikeman Place, from W s 

Mason bet Ellis and O'Farrell 
Division, from junction Chan- 
nel and Seventh, W to Flor- 
ida, thence SW to Eighteenth 
Dock (South S. F.), from 
Water Front S W to County 
Line 
Dodge, from S s Turk bet 
Hyde and Larkln 

Dolores, from junction of Mar- 
ket and Thirteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Church, S to San 
Jose Av 

Cross Sis. w. E. 

Market & Thirteenth 2 1 

Clinton Park 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Wells Avenue 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Railway Avenue 

Dorland 

Eighteenth (o) 501 

Nineteenth (o) 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twentv-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Dav 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Dominica (South S. F.), see 
Twelfth Av South 

Donah, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Dora (now Langton), from S 
8 Folsom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 

Dore, from S s Howard bet 
Ninth and Tenth, S E to 
Brannan 

Dore Alley, from Jackson bet 
Powell and Mason 

Dorland, from W s Guer- 
rero bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth, W to Sanchez. 
Douglass, from S s Sixteenth 
W of Eureka, to S of Thir- 
tieth 
Cross Sis. w. E. 

Sixteenth 2 1 

Seventeenth 100 101 

Eighteenth 200 201 

Casein Avenue 

Nineteenth 300 301 

Seward 

Twentieth 400 401 

Twentv-first 500 501 

Twenty-second 600 601 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 700 701 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 800 801 

Twenty'-flf't'h!!! !!!!!! 900 901 
Clipper 

Twentv-sixth 1000 1001 

Douglass Avenue, from junc- 
tion Thirty-first and Dia- 
mond S W to Thirty-second 
Dover, from N s Brarman bet 

First and Second 
Dow Place, from Hawthorne 
bet Folsom and Harrison 



Downey (now Langton), from 

S s Bryant bet Seventh and 

Eighth 

Drumm, from N s Market 

bet East North and Davis N 

to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Callfa... 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Commercial 

Clay 200 201 

Merchant 

Washington 300 301 

Oregon 

Jackson 400 401 

Clark 

Pacific 500 .501 

Drury Lane, from W s Sev- 
enth bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 
Dublin (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Persia At nr 
Prague 
Dumcombe Alley, from N s 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton 
Dunbar Alley, from Merchant 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
N to Washington 
Duncan, from W s San Jose 
Av bet Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-eighth, W to Fowler 
Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

.Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

Bellevue 1000 1001 

Duncan Court, from N s 
liroadway bet Dupont and 
Stockton 
Dunkirk (Bernal Heights, 
now Nevada Avenue), from 
EsmeraldaAv S to Powhattan 
Dunne Alley, from E s Kearny 

Viet Broad%vay and Vallejo 
Dupont, from N s Bush bet 
Kearny and Stockton, N to 
the bay. (The numbers com- 
mence at 400, a continuation 
of the numbers on Grant Av.) 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Bush 400 401 

Pine 500 501 

Virginia Court 

California 600 601 

Sacramento 700 701 

Commercial 

Clay 800 801 

Washington 900 901 

Jackson 1000 1001 

Pacific 1100 1101 

Adler 

Broadway 1200 1201 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1300 1301 

Green 1400 1401 

Union 1500 1501 

Noble's Alley 

Filbert. 1600 1601 

Gerke Alley 

Pardee Alley 

Greenwich 1700 1701 

Edith 

Lombard 1800 1801 

Whiting ^ 

Chestnut 1900 1901 

Pf eiffer 

Francisco 2000 2001 

Bay 2100 2101 

North Point 2200 2201 

Beach (e) (e) 

Dupont Alley (see Adler) 
Dwigbt (University Home- 
stead), from W 8 San Bruno 
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E South, from India S W to 

Couuty Line 
Eagle, from junction Doug- 
lass and Xlneteenth W to 
Falcon Av 
East North, from Market N, 
parallel with the sea wall 
(The old numbers on this 
street are. at Market 30i. Clay 
401. Washington 501, etc.) 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Sac'mto. (o) 1 

Commercial (o) 

Clay (o) 101 

Merchant (o) 

Washington, (o) 201 

Jackson (o) 301 

Paclllc (o) 401 

East South, from Market S 

parallel with the sea wall 
East South— Cont'd. 
Cross 6'is. E. W. 

Market (o) 2 

Mission (o) 100 

Howard (o) 200 

Folsom (o) 300 

East Avenue, from HoUy 

Park .\%- E to Andover Av 
East Lake Avenue (West 
End Tract). W of Mission 
nr County Line 
East Park, from Holly Park 
Av E to Andover Av 

East Van Ness Avenue, S s 

Greenwich bet Polk and Van 

Ness Av 
Eaton Alley, from S s Green 

bet Powell and Mason 
Ecker, from S s Market bet 

First and Second 
Ecuador (South S. F.), see 

Forty-fourth Av South 
Eddy, from junction Market 

and Powell bet Turk and 

Ellis, W to Calvary Cemetery 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Powell .. 2 1 

Anna Lane 

Eddy Place 

Mason 100 101 

Taylor 200 201 

Jones 300 301 

Wagner Alley 

Leavenworth 400 401 

Hyde 500 501 

Larkln 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van Xess Avenue 800 801 

Franklin 900 901 

Gough 1000 (o) 

Octavia 1100 (o) 

Lnguna 1200 1201 

Biuhanan 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1501 

Stelner 1600 1601 

Bourbin Place 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1800 1801 

Devisadcro 1900 1901 

Broderick 2(X)0 2001 

St .Idsi'pli's Avenue., (e) (e) 
Eddy Place, from S s Eddy 

l)et I'owell and Mason 

Edgar Avenue (Lake View) 
tnini Bruce Av nr Harold Av 

Edgar Place, from W s Du- 
l"int b<>t Greenwich and Lorn- 

i)nar(l 

Edinburgh (Excelsior Home- 
siiiidi, troni Silver Av S W 
to Amazon .\v 

Edith (late Church Place), 
irmn W s Dupont bet Green- 
wU'h and I^onibard 

Edna (Sunnyside),from Mel- 
rose Av S 

Edson, from Kentucky bet 
Nineteenth and Twentieth 

Eighteenth, from the bay bet 
Miiiipnsa and Xlneteenth, W 
to Ashbury 



Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois 500 501 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tennessee 700 701 

Minnesota 800 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania Av ...UOO 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 1401 

Connecticut 1500 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina 1800 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhode Island 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue.. 2300 2301 

Utah 2400 2401 

Potrero Avenue 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

San Carlos Avenue . 
Lexington Avenue.. 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapidge 

Guerrero 3600 8601 

Oak wood 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 3800 3801 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Xoe 4000 4001 

Hartford 

Castro 4100 4101 

Collingwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Eureka 4400 4401 

Douglass 4500 4501 

Clara Avenue 

Eighteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Eighteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 

Water Front 
Eighth, from S s Market bet 

Seventh and Xinth, S E to 

Sixteenth 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Manning Place. 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

JJatoma 

Howard 200 201 

Sunshine Court 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 800 301 

Rlngold 

Heron 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 .501 

Brannan 600 601 

Towiisend 700 701 

Eighth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to O 

Eighth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water 
Front 
El Dorado, from the bay S of 

Abiini'da. W to 6th 

El Monte (Fairmount Tract, 
late William I, from Beacon 
to Castro 

Eldridge, from Chesley bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Eleventh, from S s Market bet 
Tenth and Twelfth, S E to 
Bryant 
Cross Sit. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 



Allnna , 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Klssling, 

Bowie Avenue 

Henrietta Square 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Eleventh Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to S 
Eleventh Avenue South, 

from Baker Av S E to 
Water Front 

Elgin Park Avenue, from 

Hermann bet Valencia and 

Market, S to Thirteenth 

Eliza Place, from N s Wash- 

ingtou bet Taylor and Jones 

Elizabeth, from W s San 

Jose Av bet Twenty-third 

and Twenty-fourth, W to 

Bellevue 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Xoe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hotfman Avenue 900 901 

Bellevue ce) (e) 

Elizabeth Place, from S s 

Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Elk (South S. F.), E of San 
Bruno Av nr Islais Creek 

Elk (Visitacion Valley) see 

Aberdeen 
Ellen (now Hoffman Av), from 
S 8 Twenty-second bet Doug- 
lass and Bellevue 
Ellert, from North Av nr 
Holly Park Av, E to Andover 
Av 
Ellery (late Ecker), from S s 
Brvant bet First and Second 
Ellick Alley, from N s Pacific 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Elliot Lane, from OFarrell 

nr Steiner. X to Elliot Park 
Elliot Park, from W s 
Steiner bet O'Farrell and 
Geary 
Ellis, from junction Market 
and Stockton bet Eddy and 
O'Farrell, W to Calvary Cem- 
etery 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Stockton 2 1 

Powell 100 101 

Anna Lane 

Mason 2t)0 201 

Taylor 300 301 

Jones 400 4tn 

Leavenworth 500 501 

Cohen Place 

Hyde 600 601 

Larkln 700 701 

Polk 800 801 

Van Ness Avenue 900 901 

Franklin 1000 1001 

Gough UOO 1101 

Octavia 1200 1201 

Laguna 1300 1301 

Buchanan 1400 1401 

Ilollis 

AVebstcr 1.500 1501 

Folger Place 

Fillmore 1600 1601 

Steiner 1700 1701 

Bourbin Place 

Pierce 1800 1801 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1900 1901 

Beldeman 

Devisadcro 2000 2001 

Broderick 2100 2101 

St. Joseph's Avenue, (c) (e) 
Ellsworth (Bernal Heights) 
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am (now Laussat Av),from 
W 8 Buchanan bet Waller and 
Halght. W to Webster 

am Avenue, from W s Polk 

bet Golden Gate Av and 
Turk, W (The buildings on 
this street are Incorrectly 
numbered) 
TrossSts. N. S. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Av. . . (200) 100 101 

Franklin (300) 200 201 

Gough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Buchanan (c) (c) 

Webster (c) (c) 

Fillmore (c) (c) 

Stelner (c) (c) 

pierce (1100)1000 1001 

Scott (e) (e) 

Qmira (South S. F.), from 

Islais Creek S to Silver Av 
flBle (lateCherubusco), from 
Coso Av nr Chapultepec, S 
W to Hollv Park Av 
Qwoo(i(lateO'Farrell Alley), 
from X s O'Farrell bet 
Powell and Mason, X and W 
to Mason 
imtna, from E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Pine 
Jmrna (now Alpine), from S s 

Thirteenth W of Castro 
imma (now Ledyard), from 
Silver Av nr Scott Av 

Smmet Place, from W s 

Stockton bet California and 

Sacramento 
Enterprise, from E s Folsom 

bet Sixteenth & Seventeenth 
Epstein (now Masonic Av), 

from Albany W and N W to 

.Java 
Erie, from E s Mission bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth, 

S to Folsom 

Brkson Court, from N s Post 

bet Devisadero and Brod- 

erick 
Bsmeralda Avenue (Bemal 

Heights I. from California Av 

S E and E to Holladay Av 
Esmond, from N ew Morse nr 

Mission. S to Watt Av 
Essex, from S s Folsom bet 

First and Second, S E to 

Harrison 
Bssex Place, from W s Essex 

bet Fiilsijni and Harrison 
Estafania, E of San Bruno Av 

nr I-lai^ Cn'<'k 
Eugenia Avenue (Bemal Heights) , 

from Mission nr Thirtieth, 

S E and E to Prentiss 
Eugenie, from N s Point Lobos 

Av bet .Josephine and Wood 
Eureka, from S s Seventeenth 

bet Diamond and Douglass, 

S to Twentv-thlrd 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 300 301 

Twentv-flrst 400 401 

TwentVsecond 500 501 

Twentv-third (e) (e) 

Eureka Place, from E s Lar- 

kln bet Bush and Pine 
Evatt, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Eve (Bernal Heights), from 

San Bruno Av S of Army W 

to Holladay Av 
Everett (now Natoma), from 

W 8 Third bet Mission and 

Howard, S W to Fourth 
Evergreen, from Buena Vista 

Av S W to Masonic Av 
Everson (Fairmount Tract). 

from Beacon nr Bemis 
Ewer Place, from W s Mason 

bet Sacramento and Clay 



Ewlng Place (late Metcalf 
Place I. from W s Laguna bet 
Post and Sutter 

Exchange Place, from S s 
Pine uet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 
Exeter, from Paul Av S to 

Salinas Av 
F South, from India S W to 

County Line 
Fair Avenue, from Mission nr 
Twenty-ninth, S E to Cali- 
fornia .\v 
Fair Oaks, from S s Twenty- 
llrst bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores, S to Twenty-sixth 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Twenty-first 2 1 

Twentv-second 100 101 

TwentV-third 200 201 

Twenty-fourth 300 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twentv-sixth (e) (e) 

Fair Oaks Court, see Oak- 
wood 

Fairmount (Fairmount Tract) , 
from San Jose Av W to 
Bemls 

Faith (Bemal Heights), from 
Holladay Av N W to Brew- 
ster 

Falcon Avenue, from Eigh- 
teenth nr Douglass, to Cor- 
bet t Av 

Falcon Place, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Broadway and Valleio 

Falkland (South S. F.), see 
Sixteenth Av South 

Falmouth (late Willow) ,from 
S s Folsom bet Fifth and 
Sixth, to Shipley 

FaraUones (Railroad Home- 
stead). W of San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Fargo Place (late Columbia 
Place I. from Boardman Place 
bet Brvant and Brannan 

Farnsworth Lane, from Wii- 

lard nr Sullivan W to Sunset 
Av 

Farragut Avenue (West End 

Tract), fi-om San Jose Av 
nr Countv Line 
Farren Avenue, from N s Eddy 
bet Pierce and Scott, N to 
Ellis 

Faxton Avenue (Lake View), 
from Ocean Av S to Lake 
View Av 
Federal (late Frederick) , from 
W s First bet Bryant and 
Brannan, to Second 
Fell, from junction Market 
and Polk bet Oak and Hayes, 
W to Stanyan 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue 100 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

Octavla 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster 700 701 

Fillmore 800 801 

Stelner 900 901 

Pierce 1000 1001 

Scott 1100 1101 

Devisadero 1200 1201 

Broderick 1300 1301 

Baker 1400 (o) 

Lyon 1500 (o) 

Central Avenue 1600 (o) 

Masonic Avenue 1700 (o) 

Ashbury 1800 (o) 

Clayton 1900 (o) 

Cole 2O0O (o) 

Shrader 2100 (o) 

Stanyan (e) fe) 

Fella Place, from E s Powell 

bet Bush and Pine 
FeltOU (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
bet Silllman and Burrows 



Fern Avenue, from w s Lar- 

kln bet Sutter and Bush, W 
to Gough 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkln 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (e) (e) 

Ferrie, see Blake 

Fielding (late Newhall), from 

W s Stockton bet Lombard 

and Chestnut 

Fifteenth, from Carolina bet 

Alameda and Sixteenth W. 

Cross Sis N. S. 

Carolina 2 1 

De Haro 100 101 

Rhode Island 200 201 

Kansas 300 301 

Vermont 400 401 

San Bruno Avenue.. 500 501 

Utah 600 601 

Potrero Avenue 700 701 

Hampshire 800 801 

York 900 901 

Bryant 1000 1001 

Florida 1100 1101 

Alabama 1200 1201 

Harrison 1300 1301 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 1400 1401 

Shotwell 

Howard 1.500 1501 

Natoma 

Capp 

Minna 

Mission 1600 1601 

Lida Place 

Julian Avenue 

Caledonia Alley 

Valencia 1700 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero 1800 1801 

Alleen Avenue 

Dolores 1900 1901 

Landers 

Church 2000 2001 

Sharon 

Sanchez".'.!"!.'.'.'."...' 2100 2101 

Noe 2200 2201 

Castro 2ax) 2301 

Fifteenth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to W 

Fifteenth Avenue South, from 

San Bruno Av S E to Water 

Front 
Fifth, from S s Market bet 

Fourth and Sixth, S E to the 

bay 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Mint Avenue 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Shipley 

Clara 

Harrison 400 401 

Perry 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel .^_^ 

Fifth Avenue, fromT'residio 

Reservation S to K 

Fifth Avenue South, from 

Islais S E to Water Front 
Figaro (now Macedonia), 
from Peralta Av S E to Rut- 
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Filbert, from the bay bet 
Union and Greenwich, W to 
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Cross Sts. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Kapler Place 

Norton Place 

Montgomery 300 301 

Kearny 400 401 

Filbert Place 

Varennes 

Grand Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Medau Place 

Jaspar Place 

KrausgrlU Place 

Stockton 600 (o) 

Powell 700 701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Scotland 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Roach 

Jones 1000 1001 

Attrldge Alley 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderlck 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Filbert Place, from N s 

Union bi't Kearny and Du- 

pout. N to Filbert 
Fillmore, from N s Thirteenth 

bet Webster and Stelner, N 

to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

Germanla Avenue.... 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Halght 300 301 

Rose Avenue 

Page 400 401 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 500 501 

Fell 600 601 

Hayes 700 701 

Grove 800 801 

Fulton 900 901 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Bylngton Avenue 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Geary 1600 1601 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

AVlldey Avenue 

Pine 2000 2001 

Fillmore Place - — 

California 2100 2101 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2;»0 2301 

AVashlngton 2400 2401 

.Jacksou 2500 2501 

Paclllc Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Plxley Avenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Muulton Avenue 

Lombard 3300 3:»1 

Chestnut 3100 3401 



Francisco 3.500 3501 

Bav 3600 3601 

NorthPoint.... 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquln 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) te) 

Fillmore Place, from W s Fill- 
more bet Pine and California 

First, from S s Market bet 

Fremont and Second, S E to 
the bay 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Lick Alley 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Tehama Place 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Guy Place 

Boston Place 

Laurel Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Simpson Place 

Gabrlelle Place 

Goodsell Place 

Alger Place 

Brj-ant 500 501 

Federal 

DeBoom 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend (e) (e) 

First Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to J 

First Avenue South, from 

Islals S K to Water Front 

Fisher Alley, from E s Powell 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Flint, from Sixteenth nr 

Castro, to Albany 
Flint Alley, from Vallejo bet 

Battery and Sansome 

Flood Avenue (Sunnyside), 
from Circular Av W to Ham- 
burg 

Flora (Silver Terrace), from 
Bay View to Thornton Av 

Floral Grove, see Brooks 

Florence, from E s Mission 
nr County Line 

Florence (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), see Head 

Florence Place, from N s 

Broadway l>et Taylor and 
Jones, N to Vallejo 

Florida, from Division bet 
Bryant and Alabama, S to 
Army 

Cross Sis. W. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 .501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twentv-llrst 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twentv-thlrd lUX) 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twentvtlfth 1300 1.301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (c) 

Flower, from Loomis W to 
San i?runo Av 

Foerster (Sunnyside), from 

M.-lnise Av S 

Folger Place, from S s Ellis 
lift Wclister and Fillmore 

Folsom, from the bay bet 
Howard and Harrison, S W 
and S to Crescent Av 



Cross Sts. N. S. 

East South 2 1 

Steuart 

Spear 100 101 

Main '200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Zoe Place 

Fremont 400 401 

Baldwin Court 

Grant Place 

First 500 501 

Rodney 

Second".'.'.'.'.!!'.'.'.'.!!'.'. 600 601 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Place 

Third 700 701 

RItch 

Elizabeth Place 

Fourth!!!!!!!!!.!!!!! 8oo soi 

Miller Place 

Fifth 900 901 

Falmouth 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Columbia Square 

Russ 

Sherman 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 llOt 

Langton 

Harrison Avenue 

Rausch 

Folsom Avenue 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 1601 

Thirteenth. 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Enterprise 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2;J01 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-flrst 2.i00 2i01 

Twenty-second 2600 2iun 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twentv-fourth 'iSOO 2801 

T wentv-fifth 2900 2901 

Twentj'-slxth 3000 3U01 

Serpentine Avenue .. 

Armv 3100 3101 

Preclta Avenue 3200 3201 

Stoneman 

Ripley 

Waltham 

Esmeralda Avenue. . . 

Folsom Avenue (late Otis 

Place), from S s Folsom bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Foote Avenue (West End 

Tract), from S E s San Jose 

Av nr County Line 
Ford, from W s Sanchez bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 

W to Noe 
Ford (City Land Association 

Tract), see Byxbee 

Fortieth Avenue, from Clem- 

eiit S to X 

Fortieth Avenue South, from 

San Hruuo Av S K to County 
Line 

Forty-eighth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Forty-eighth Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-fifth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Forty-fifth Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 



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STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



755 

Bryant Street 

Phone South 277 

89 



^orty-flrst Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

?orty-first Avenue South, 

from Sail Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

rorty-fourtli Avenue, from 

Clements to X 

rorty-fourth Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

'orty-ninth Avenue, from 

A S to J 

'orty-ninth Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Ay S E to 
County Line 

'orty-second Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

''orty-second Avenue South < 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

'orty-seventh Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

'orty-seventh Av'nue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

'orty-slxth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

'orty-sizth Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

'orty-third Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

'orty-thlrd Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av SE to 
County Line 
'onntain, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Hoffman Av and 
Bellevue 

'onrteenth, from W s Har- 
rison bet Thirteenth and 
Fifteenth, W to Park Hill Av 
S-O.M Sts. N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 201 

Natoma 

Minna 

Mission 300 301 

Woodward Avenue . . 

Julian Avenue 

Stevenson 

Valencia 400 401 

Guerrero 500 501 

Maple Court 

Dolores 600 601 

Landers 

Market 

Church 700 701 

Belcher 

Belcher Court 

Sanchez 800 801 

Walter 

Noe 900 901 

Castro 1000 1001 

Alpine 

South Broderlck (e) (e) 

'ourteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to V 

'ourteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 

Water Front 
'ourth, from S s Market bet 

Third and Fifth, S E to the 

bay 
VoM fUs. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Pioneer Place 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission ,'. 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom ! . 300 301 

Shipley 

Clara " 

Harrison 400 401 

Perry 



Silver 

Bryant 500 501 

Welsh 

Freelon 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Fourth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K 
Fourth Avenue South, from 

Islals S E to California Dry 
Dock 

Fowler Avenue (Stanford 
Heights), from Twenty-fifth 
S to Thirty-second 

Fox, from Baker Av S W to 
Garibaldi 

France Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
S of Russia Av 

Francis (Academy Tract), 
from N W s Mission bet Cot- 
ter and Croke 

Francisco, from the bay bet 

Chestnut and Bay, W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Montgomery 2 1 

Kearny 100 101 

Dupont 200 201 

Midway 

Bellair Place 

Stockton 300 301 

Warden 

Powell 400 401 

Mason 500 501 

Taylor 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Larkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ness Avenue 1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1301 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavla 1500 1501 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Lobos Square 

Webster 1800 1801 

Fillmore... 1900 1901 

Stelner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

Devlsadero 2300 2301 

Broderlck 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon (e) (e; 

Franconla Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), see Macedonia 

Frank Place, from W s 
Mason bet Pine and Cali- 
fornia 

Frankfort Avenue, from N s 

Thirteenth bet Mission and 
Howard 

Franklin, from N s Market 
bet Van Xess Av and Gough, 
N to Bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Page 2 1 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 100 101 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 200 201 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 300 301 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 400 401 

Fulton 500 501 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 600 601 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 700 701 

Elm Avenue 

Turk 800 801 

Laurel Avenue ■ 

Eddy 900 901 



Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1000 1001 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1100 1101 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1200 1201 

Post 1300 1301 

Sutter 1400 1401 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1500 1501 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1600 1601 

California 1700 1701 

Sacramento 1800 1801 

Clay 1900 1901 

Washington 2000 2001 

Jackson 2100 2101 

Pacific Avenue 2200 2201 

Broadway 2300 2301 

Vallejo 2400 2401 

Green 2500 2.501 

Union 2600 2601 

Filbert 2700 2701 

Greenwich 2800 2801 

Blackstone 

Lombard 2900 2901 

Chestnut 3000 3001 

Francisco 3100 3101 

Bay (e) (e) 

Franklin Square, bet Six- 
teenth, Santa Clara, Hamp- 
shire and Bryant 

Frederick, from Buena Vista 
Av S of Waller, W to First Av 

Freedom, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 

Freelon, from W s Zoe bet 

Bryant and Brannan, S W to 

W of Fourth 
Fremont, from S s Market 

bet Beale and First, S E to 

the bay 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Lincoln Place 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Lawrence Place 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan (e) (e) 

Fremont Court, from S s 
Clay bet Powell and Mason 

French, from W s Mission nr 

West Av 
Fresno (South S. F.), from 
the bay bet Plumas and In 
dia, W to First Av South 

Friedman Place, from E s 
Larkin bet Pacific and Broad- 
way 

Front, from N s Market bet 
Davis and Battery, N to the 
bay 

Cross Sts. E. W 

Market 2 1 

Pine 100 101 

California 200 201 

Halleck - — 

Sacramento 300 301 

Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 501 

Oregon - — 

Jackson 600 601 

Clark 

Pacific .T700 701 

Chambers 

Broadway 800 801 

Vallejo 900 90) 

Green 1000 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1100 1101 

Filbert (e) (e) 

Front Avenue (South S. F.), 
from India S E to Water 
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Fulton, from W s Larkin bet 
Grove and McAllister, W to 
the ocean 

Cross tits. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue ... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiuer 1000 (o) 

Pierce 1100 (o) 

Scott 1200 1201 

De vlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Ljon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue (o) 1801 

Ashbury (o) 1901 

Clayton fo) 2001 

Cole Co) 2101 

Parker Avenue 2200 

Shrader 2201 

Stanvan 2300 (o) 

North Willard 2400 (o) 

First Avenue 2500 (o) 

Fulton Avenue, nr intersec- 
tion Castro and San Jose Av 

G South, from India S W to 
County Line 

Gabrielle Place, from E s 

First bet Harrison and 

Bryant 
Gaines, from N s Green bet 

Battery and Sansome, N to 

Union 
Gale, from S s Townsend bet 

First and Second 

Gambler (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Olmstead 

Garden (now Harriet), from 
S s Harrison bet Sixth and 
Seventh. S E to Bryant 

Garden Avenue, from W s 

Devisadero bet Geary and 
Post 

Gardner, from N s Post bet 
Kearny and Grant Av 

Garfield (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Garfield Avenue, from S s 

Twenty-flfth bet Treat Av 
and Folsom, S to Twenty- 
sixth 

Garfield Square, bet Twenty- 

lifth. Twenty-sixth, Harrison 
and Treat Av 

Garibaldi, from Islais Creek 

S E to Livingston 

Gates (Bemal Heights), from 
S s Esmeralda Av nr Ells- 
worth 

Gaven, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr head Islais Creek 

Gaven Place, from E s Mont- 
gomery Av nr Filbert, X to 
Greenwich 
Geary, from junction Market 
and Kearny bet OTarrell 
and Post, W to Central Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Kearny.. 2 1 

Brooks 

Grant Avenue 100 101 

Stockton (o) 201 

Powell 300 301 

Reagan Place 

Mason 400 401 

Martha Place • 

Metcalfe Place 

Taylor 500 501 

Geary Place 



William 

Jones 600 601 

Geary Court 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Vasserot Place 

Saratoga Court 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue 1100 1101 

Franklin 1200 1201 

Gough 1300 1301 

Octavla 1400 1401 

Laguna 1500 1501 

Buchanan 1600 1601 

Sunny Court 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Avery 

Stelner (o) 1901 

Pierce (o) 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devisadero 2200 ?201 

Broderick 2300 2301 

St. Joseph's Avenue.. 

Baker 2400 (o) 

Lyon 2500 (o) 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Geary Court, from N s Geary 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Geary Place, from S s Geary 

bet Taylor and Jones 

Genesee (Sunnyside), from 

Melrose Av S 
Geneva, from S s Brannanbet 
Sixth and Seventh 

Geneva Avenue (West End 

Tract ). from San Jose Av nr 
San Miguel 
George, from Hooper bet Fifth 
and Sixth, S E to Hubbell 

Georgia, from the bay bet 
Louisiana and Michigan, S to 
First Av South 

Gerke AUey, from E s Dupont 
bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Germania Avenue, from W s 

Webster bet Hermann and 
Waller, W to Stelner 

Gertrudis, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Gibb, from W s Montgomery 
Av bet Washington and Jack- 
son 

Gibraltar (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-eighth Av South 

Gibson, from E s Larkin bet 
Green and Union 

Gila (South S. F.), see E 
South 

Gilbert, from S s Bryant bet 
Sixth and Seventh, S E to 
Townsend 

Girard (University Home- 
stead^, from Sliver Av S to 
Dwlght 

Gladstone (late Shakes- 
peare), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Gladys, from Santa Marina 
nr Mission, S W to West Av 

Glasgow, see Anna Lane 

Glen Avenue (Stanford Heights), 

junction Valley and Twin 

Peaks Av 

Glen Park Avenue, from w s 

Twelfth bet Mission and 

Howard 
Glendale, from Mission nr 

West Av E to Holly Park Av 
Glover, from W s Jones bet 

Broadway and Vallejo, W to 

Leavenworth 
Godeus, from Mission nr 

Thirtieth to California Av 
Goethe, from San Jose Av 

nr County Line 



Goettingen (dolTersit; Homestead), 
from S s Sliver Av S to 

Woolsey 

Gold, from W s Sansome bet 
Jackson and Pacific, W to 

Montgomery 

Gold Alley, from Corbett Av 
to Lincoln Av 

Golden Court, from S s Sac- 
ramento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 

Golden Gate Avenue, from 

junction Market and Taylor 
bet McAllister and Turk, W 
to First Av 

Cross Sl-s. N. s. 

Market and Taylor . . 2 1 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth 200 201 

Dale Place 

Hyde 30O 301 

Golden Place 

Larkin 400 401 

Polk 500 501 

Van Ness Avenue 600 601 

Franklin 700 701 

Gough (o) 801 

Octavla ( o) 901 

Laguna 1000 1001 

Buchanan 1100 1101 

Cram Place 

Webster 1200 1201 

Fillmore 1300 1301 

Stelner i400 1401 

Pierce 1500 1501 

Scott 1600 1601 

Seymour Avenue 

Devisadero 1700 1701 

Broderick ,...1800 180t 

Baker 1900 1901 

Lyon 2000 2001 

Central Avenue 2100 2101 

Masonic Avenue (c) (c) 

Masonic Cemetery. . . 

Parker Avenue . . . .2600 2601 

North Stanvan 2700 2701 

North Willard 2800 2801 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Golden Gate Park, bet Fulton 

and H streets, from Stanyaa 
W to the ocean 

Golden Place, from N s 
Golden Gate Av bet Hyde 
and Larkin 

Golden State Avenue (Lake 

View), from Ocean Av to 
Lake View Av 

Goldman Place, see Warren 

Place 

Good Children, from S s Lom- 
bard bet Kearny and Dupont 

Goodsell Place, from E s First 
bet Harrison and Brvant 

Gordon, from N s Harrison 
bet Eighth and Ninth 

Gough, from N s Market bet 
Franklin & Octavla, N to Bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Halght .. 2 1 

Rose Avenue 

Page 100 101 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 200 201 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell .300 301 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 400 401 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 (o) 

Elm Avenue (o) 

Turk 900 (o) 

Eddy 1000 1001 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1100 1101 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1200 1201 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1300 1301 



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Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1600 1601 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1801 

SBcramento 1900 1901 

Clay 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 2300 2301 

Broadway, 2400 2401 

Vallejo 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

Union 2700 2701 

Filbert 2800 2801 

Greenwich 2900 2901 

Lombard 3000 3001 

Chestnut 3100 3101 

Francisco 3200 3201 

Bay (e; (e) 

GonlCl, from Paul Av S to 
Salinas Av 

Orace Terrace, from s s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupontand Stock- 
ton 

Orady, from N s Green bet 
Hyde and Larkln 

Grafton Avenue (Lake View). 

from Harold Av W to Arling- 
ton Av 

Graham Place, from N s 
Green bet Dupontand Stock- 
ton, N to Union 

Grand, from S s Mission bet 
Ninth and Tenth, S E to 
Howard 

Grand Place, from S s Fil- 
bert bet Kearny and Dupont 

Grant (University Home- 
stead), from Wayland S to 
Dwlght 

Grant Alley, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores, S to Sixteenth 

Grant Avenue, from N s 

Market bet Kearny and 

Stockton, N to Bush 
Cross Sis. E. w. 

Market and O'Farrell. 2 1 

Geary 100 101 

Union Square Avenue 

Post 200 201 

Ashburton Place 

Stockton Place 

Mills Place 

Butter 300 301 

Berry Place 

Harlan Place 

Bush Ce) (e) 

Grant Place, from S s Folsom 

bet Fremont and First 

Grattan, from Clayton nr 

Alma Av, W to Stanyan 
Green, from the bay bet Val- 
lejo and Union, W to Presidio 
Reservation 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Front 

Battery 100 101 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 201 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 301 

Vincent 

Kohler's Place 

Green Place 

Keed Place 

Kearny 400 401 

Sonora 

Lafayette Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Bannam Place 

Union Place 

Agnes Lane 

Bower Place 

Graham Place 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 700 701 

August Alley 

Mason 800 801 



Taylor 900 901 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

New Orleans 

Hamlin - - 

Hyde 1200 1201 

West End Alley 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue . . .1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1^ 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderlck 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Green Place, from N s Green 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Green's Court, from N s How 

ard bet Steuart and Spear 

Greenwich, from the bay bet 
Filbert and Lombard, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Pringle Court 

Montgomery 300 301 

Kearny 400 401 

Telegraph Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Kramer Place 

Bellevue Avenue 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 700 701 

Gaven 

Chamber's Place 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Scotland 

Mason 800 801 

Hartman 

Jansen 

Taylor 900 901 

Roach 

Jones 1000 1000 

Leavenworth llOO 1101 

Randall Place 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Rola Court 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderlck 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Greenwich Place, see Cham- 
ber's Place 

Grenada (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-third Av South 

Grimm's Place, from S s 

Paclttc bet Hyde and Larkln 

Grlsar Place, from W s Oc- 
tavla bet Union and Filbert 

Grove, from W s Larkin bet 
Hayes and Fulton, W to 
Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkln 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 



Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Stelner (c) (c) 

Alamo Square 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderlck 1400 1401 

Baker jisOO 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1800 1801 

Ashbury 1900 1901 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan... (e) (e> 

Guadaloupe (South S. F.), 

see Thirtieth Av South 

Guatemala (South S. F.), see 

Forty-second Av South 
Guerrero, from S s Market 

bet Valencia and Dolores. S 

to San Jose Av 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Thirteenth 100 101 

Clinton Park 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Camp 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Doriand 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Hill 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1601 

San Jose Avenue (e) (e) 

Guiana (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-second Av South 
Gundlach, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Gunnison Avenue (Bernal 

Heights, now Harrison), 

from S s Army bet Alabama 

and Treat Av 
Guttenburg (West End Homestead), 

SE of Mission nr County Line 
Guy Place, from W s First 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
H, from First Av S of Golden 

Gate Park W to the ocean 
H South, from India S W to 

County Line 

Haggln, from S s King bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Berry 

Hahn, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Haight, from junction Mar- 
ket and Gough liet Waller 
and Page, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Gough... 2 1 

Central Court 

Octavla 100 101 

Laguna 200 201 

Buchanan 300 301 

Webster 400 401 

Fillmore 500 501 

Stelner 600 601 

Pierce 700 701 

Scott 800 801 



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Haight— Cont'd. 

Devlsadero 900 901 

Broderlck 1000 1001 

Baker 1100 1101 

Lyon 1200 1201 

Central Avenue 1300 1301 

Masonic Avenue 1400 1401 

Ashbury 1500 1501 

Clayton 1600 1601 

Cole 1700 1701 

Shrader 1800 1801 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Hale, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr head Islals Creek 

Hall Alley, from S s Vallejo 

bet Sansome and Montgomery 

Hall Court, from W s Dupont 

bet Washington and Jackson 

Hall Place, from N s Jackson 

liet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Halleck, from W s Front bet 
California and Sacramento, 
"W to Leldesdorff 
Hamburg (Sunny side), from 

Melrose Av S 
Hamilton (University Home- 
stead), from S s Silver Av S 
to Mansell 
Hamilton Avenue.nr junction 
Castrcj and San Jose Av 

Hamilton Square, bet Steiner, 

Scott, Geary and Post 
Hamlin, from N s Green b 

Leavenworth and Hydeet 
Hamlin Place, from E s Lar- 

klu bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Hammond Place, from S s 

Townsend bet Second and 

Third, S E to Berry 
Hampshire, from Division 

bet Potrero Av and York, S to 

Army 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth (o) 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-si.xth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

Hampton Court, from N s 
Harrison bet Second and 
Third 

Hampton Place, from S s 

Fiilsoni l>et Second and Third 
Hancock, from W s Church 
bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth, W to Noe 
Hanna, from Watt Av nr 

County Line 
Hanover (West End Home- 
stead), S E of Mission nr 
County Line 

Hanover Place, from N s 
Sacramento bet Powell and 

Mas(jn 

Hardie Place, from E s 

Kearny bet Sutter and Bnsh 
Hardy, from S s Sixteenth 
l)et Church and Sanchez, S 
to Seventeenth 

Harkness, from W s San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 
Harlan Place, from W s Grant 

Av bet Sutter and Bush 
Harlem Alley, from N s 

O'Farrell bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 
Harold Avenue (Lake View), 

from Ocean Av S 

Harper (J"'airmount Tract, 
late Bartlett), from Thirtieth 
nr Noe, S to Laldley 



Harriet, from S s Howard 

bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 

to Brannan 
Harrington(AcademyTract), 

from NW s Mission bet Croke 

and Norton 

Harrison, from the bay bet 

Folsom and Bryant, S W and 

S to Ripley 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Steuart 2 1 

Spear 100 101 

Johnston Place 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Rlncon Place 

Essex 

Stanly Place 

Charles Place 

Second 600 601 

Vassar Place 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Court 

Third 700 701 

KItch 

Fourth 800 801 

Fifth 900 901 

Madison Avenue 

Oak Grove Avenue .. 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Columbia Square 

Sherman 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Chesley 

Mariposa Terrace 

Hayward 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Gordon 

Ninth l:WO 1301 

Dore 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 

Thirteenth 1700 

Fourteenth 1800 

Alameda 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Mariposa 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army 3100 3101 

Harrison Avenue (late Bruce 

Place), from S s Folsom bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Harry (Fairmount Tract), 
from Laldley to Beacon 

Harry Place, from E s Laguna 
bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Hart, E of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Hartford, from S s Eigh- 
teenth bet Noe and Castro, 
S to Twentieth 

Hartman, from,J<r s Green- 
wich bet Mason and Taylor, 
N to Montgomery Av 

Harvard (University Home- 
stead), from S s Silver Av S 
to OlMistead 

Harwood Alley, see Grand 

Place 
Hattie, from Seventeenth W 
of Clara Av 

Havelock (late Henry), from 
San Jose Av nr Ocean Av 

Havens, from W s Leaven- 
worth bet Union and Filbert 



Hawthorne, from S s Howard 

bet Second and Third, S E to 

Harrison 

Hayes, from junction Market 

and Larkln bet Fell and 

Grove, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N. s. 

Market and Larkln . . 2 1 

College Place 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiner (o) 1001 

Pierce (o) 1101 

Scott 1200 laoi 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderlck 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1800 1801 

Ashbury 1900 1901 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Hayward, from S s Harrisoa 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Head (City Land Association 
Tract), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Hearst, see Lake View Av 
Hearst Avenue (Sunnysido, 
late Moulton Av), from Cir- 
cular Av W to Hamburg 
Heath, from S s Cortland Av 

bet Lee and Peralta Av 
Hecker, from Barneveld Av 

E to Islals Creek 
Helen, from S s California bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Helena (South S. F.), E of 
San Bruno Av nr Silver Av 

Henderson Avenue, from S s 

Point Lobos Av bet Johnston 
and First Avs 
Henrietta (now Eugenia Av- 
enue), from Prospect Av 
E to North Av 

Henrietta Square, from E a 

Eleventh bet Howard and 
Folsom 
Henry, from W s Sanchez bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth, W 
to Castro 
Henry (University Home- 
stead), see Felton 
Hermann, from West Mission 
bet Brady and Thirteenth, 
W to Steiner (The buildings 
on this street "W of Laguna 
are Incorrectly numbered) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

West Mission 2 1 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

Valencia 100 101 

Elgin Park Avenue.. 

Market 

Laguna 800 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Church 

Fillmore 600 601 

Steiner .(e) (e) 

Heron, from E s Eighth bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Hewlett Alley, from S s 

Pacillc bet Powell and Mason 
Heyman, from Prospect Av 
S of Virginia Av 

Hickory Avenue, from W s 
Van Ness Av het Oak and 
Fell, W to Webster 
Cross Sts. N. 8. 

Van Ness Avenue 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 



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Octavla 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

"Webster (e) (e) 

Hlgb, from Twenty-fl f th W of 
Bellevue, S to Tweaty-slxtU 

HigUand Avenue (late) Ply- 
mouth Av), from Mission nr 
West Av, E to Holly Park Av 
Hill, from W s Valencia bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second, W to Castro. 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Valencia 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church (c) (c) 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Hlmmeiinaiin JPlace, from N 

8 Pacific bet Mason and Tay- 
lor. N to Broadway 
Hinckley, from Kearny bet 
Broadway and Vallejo, W to 
Dupont 

Hinckley Place, from S s Val- 
lejo bet Montgomery and 
Kearny 

Hobart Alley, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Post and Sutter 
Hodge's Alley, from N s 

Vallejo bet Sansome and 
Montgomery 

Hoff Avenue, from S s Six- 
teenth bet MLsslou and Va- 
lencia, S to Seventeenth 

Hofllnan, E of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Hoffman Avenue (late Ellen), 
from S s Twenty-second bet 
Douglass and Bellevue, S to 
Thirtieth 

Holladay Avenue (Bernal 

Heights, late California Av), 
from Army nr San Bruno Av 
S to Cortland Av 
Hollis, from N s Ellis bet 
Buchanan and Webster, N to 
O'Farrell 

Holloway Avenue (Lake View), 

from Harold Av W to Arling- 
ton Av 

Holly, from Mission nr High- 
land Av, SE to Crescent Av 

Holly Park, E of Mission bet 
Cortland and Crescent Avs 

Holly Park Avenue (late 

Park Av), surrounding Holly 
Park 

Holyoke (University Home- 
stead), from S 8 Silver Av S 
to Woolsey 

Homer (late Maria), from 
Chesley bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Homestead, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Douglass and Hoff- 
man Av 

Honduras (South S. F.), see 
First Av South 

Hooker Alley, from E s Mason 
bet Bush and Pine 

Hooper, from the bay bet 
Channel and Irwin, S W to 
Eighth 

Hope (Bernal Heights, now 
Rutledge Av), from Holla- 
day Av N W to Macedonia 

Hopeton Terrace, from S s 

Washington bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Hopkins, from Corbett Av 
N W to Lincoln Av 

Horace Alley, from Twenty- 
fifth bet Folsom and Howard, 
S to Twenty-sixth 

Houston, from W s Mont- 
gomery Av bet Chestnut and 
Francisco, to Jones 

Howard, from the bay bet 

Mission and Folsom, S W and 
S to Army 



Cross Sis. N. S. 

East South 2 1 

Steuart 

Green's Court 

Spear 100 101 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Maiden Alley 

Second 600 601 

New Montgomery . . . 

Hawthorne 

Third TOO 701 

Fourth 800 801 

Howard Court 

Fifth 900 901 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Russ 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Laugton 

Kausch 

Sumner 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Washington Avenue . 

Dore 

Grand 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayette 

Twelfth 1600 1601 

Tonningsen Place . .. 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Adair 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army (e) (e) 

Howard Court, from N s 

Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Howth, from S s Ocean Av 

W of San Jose Av 
Hubbard (now Hawthorne), 

from S s Howard bet Second 

and Third, S to Folsom 
Hubbell, from the bay nr 

Irwin S W to Sixteenth 
Hudson, from Channel nr 

Fourth, S E to South 
Hudson (South S. F.), see 

Appleton 

Hugo, from First Av bet H 
and I, W to Seventh Av 

Hulbert Place, from N s Clara 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Humboldt, from the bay bet 
Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third, W to San Bruno Av 
Hunt, from E s Third bet 

Mission and Howard 
Hunter, W of San Bruno Av 

nr head Islais Creek 
Huron Avenue (West End 
Tract), W of Mission nr 
County Line 
Hyde, from N s McAllister 
bet Leavenworth and Lar- 
klu, N to the bay 
Cross S>s. E. W. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Turk 200 201 

Hyde Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis 400 401 

O'Farrell 500 501 

Geary 600 601 



Post 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California UOO 1101 

Hyde Terrace 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Clay 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1500 1501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Lynch 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Vallejo 1800 1801 

Green 1900 1901 

Delgado Place 

Russell 

Union 2000 2001 

Allen 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Bay 2600 2601 

North Point 2700 2701 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Hyde Place, from W s Hyde 
bet Turk and Eddy 

Hyde Terrace, from E s Hyde 
bet California and Sacra- 
mento 

I, from First Av S of H, W to 
the ocean 

I South, from India S W to 
County Line 

Idaho (Bernal Heights, now 
Bradford), from Powhattan 
S to Cortland Av 

Idaho (South S. F.), from the 
bay S to India Basin 

Idalene, W of San Bruno Av 
ur County Line 

Illinois, from the bay bet 
Michigan and Kentucky, S 
to First Av South 

India (South S. F.), N, S and 
W s of India Basin 

India Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Silver Av 
nr Lisbon 

Indiana, from South bet 
Minnesota and Iowa, S to 
Tulare 

Ion (University Homestead), 
from Bacon S to Dwight 

Iowa, from Sixteenth bet In- 
diana and Pennsylvania Av, S 
to Tulare 

Irwin, from the bay bet Hoop- 
er and Hubbell, SW to Eighth 

Isabel (Bernal Heights), from 
Wolfe S E to Shakespeare 

IsiS, from S S Twelfth bet Fol- 
som* Harrison, to Thirteenth 

Islais (South S. F.). from the 
bay along S s Islais Creek 

Islais (now Springdale) from 
Mission S of Bosworth 

Italy Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
S of France Av 

Ivy Avenue, from W s Polk 
bet Hayes and Grove, W to 
Webster (The buildings on 
this street from Franklin W 
are incorrectly numbered) 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Polk (100) 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin (300) 200 201 

Gough (400)-^00 301 

Octavia (500) 400 401 

Laguna (600) 500 501 

Buchanan 700 601 

Webster (e) (e) 

Ivy Terrace, from W s Selina 
Place nr California 

J, from First Av S of I, W to 
the ocean 

J South, from Firs t Av South 
S W to Forty-ninth Av South 



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Jackson, from the bay bet 
Washington and Pacific, W 

to First Av. (Some of the 

buildings on this street bet 
East and Larkin are incor- 
rectly numbered. 

Ooss Sis. N. S. 

Kast North 2 1 

Drumm 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Custom House Place. 

Sansome 400 401 

Balance 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery 500 501 

Montgomery Avenue 

Kearny 600 601 

Cooper's Alley 

Washington Alley . . . 

Lozler 

Dupont 700 701 

St. Louis Alley 

Sullivan Alley 

Stout's Alley 

Dumcombe Alley 

Stockton 800 801 

Bedford Place 

Trenton 

Stone 

Adele Alley 

Powell 900 901 

Dore Alley 

Mason 1000 1001 

Marcy Place 

Auburn 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Hall Place 

Wall Place 

Hvde 1400 1401 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Ness Avenue . . .1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavia 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 (o) 

Pierce 2600 (o) 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devisadero 2800 2801 

Broderlck 2900 '2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut 3300 3301 

Laurel 3400 3401 

Locust 3500 3501 

Spruce 3600 3601 

Maple 3700 3701 

Cherry 3800 3801 

First Avenue (e) (ej 

Jackson Park, bet Seven- 
teenth, Mariposa, Arkansas 
and Carolina 

Jackson Place, from E s 

Montgomery bet Vallejo and 
Green 

Jacoby Place, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Leavenworth and 
Hvde 

Jamaica (South S. F.), see 
Twcntv-slxth Av So\ith 

James (South S. F.), see C 
South 

Jane Place (now Pine Place), 

froirt N 8 Pine bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Jansen, from N s Greenwich 

bet Mason and Taylor, N to 

Lombard 
Japan, from S s Brannan bet 

First and Second, S E to 

Townsend 
Japan Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead ), from Lisbon bet 

China and India Avs 
Jamac, W s San Jose Av 

N E of Paulding 



Jasper Alley, from Jasper 
Place bet Union and Filbert 
Jasper Place, from N s Union 
bet Dupont and Stockton, N 
to Filbert 
Java (South S. F.), see Twen- 
ty-first At South 
Java, from Buena Vista Av 

S W to Masonic Av 
Jefferson, from the bay N of 
Beach, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Powell (o) 1 

Mason (o) 101 

Taylor (o) 201 

Jones (o) 301 

Leavenwonh (o) 401 

Hvde (o) 501 

Larkin. 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Government Reserv- 
ation . . . 

Laguna 1200 1201 

Buchanan 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1501 

Steiner 1600 1601 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Scott 1800 1801 

Devisadero 1900 1901 

Broderlck 2000 2001 

Baker 2100 2101 

Lvon (e) te) 

Jefferson Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from San Bruno Av 
W to .\ndover Av 
Jefferson Square, bet Gough, 
Laguua, Golden Gate Av and 
Eddv 
Jerome Alley, from S s Pacific 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Jersey, from W s Dolores bet 
Twentv-fourth and Twenty- 
fifth, W to Douglass 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 200 201 

Noe 300 301 

Castro 400 401 

Diamond 500 501 

D 1 1 r' m (e) (e) 

Jessie, from W s First bet 
Market and Mission, S W to 
Thirteenth (The continua- 
tion of this street from Syca- 
more Av to Twenty-first is 
now known as San Carlos Av) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Ecker 

Anthony 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery . . . 

Annie 

Third (c) (c) 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Mint Avenue 

Sixth 500 501 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth (c) (c) 

Ninth 800 801 

Tenth 900 901 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Twelfth (c) (c) 

Brady (c) (ci 

Hermann 1300 1301 

Thirteenth (e) (e) 

John, from W s Powell bet 
.lackson and Pacific, W to 
Mason 

Johnston Avenue, from S s 
Point Lobos Av bet Parker 
and Henderson Avs 

Johnston Place, from Har- 
rison liot Spear and Main 

Joice, from N s Pine bet 
Stockton and Powell N to 
California 



Jones, from N s Market bet 
Taylor and Leavenworth, N 
to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

M'kt and McAllister. 2 1 
Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Turk 200 201 

McDermott Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis 400 401 

Antonio 

Steveloe Place — 

O'Farrell 500 501 

Geary 600 601 

Maggie Alley 

Cottage Place 

Post 700 701 

Lewis Place 

Sutter 800 801 

White's Place 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California 1100 1101 

Sacramento 1200 1201 !{ 

Pleasant 

Clay 1300 1301 ' 

Washington 1400 14ol 

Jackson 1500 1501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Bernard 

Broadway ..1700 1701 

Glover 

Vallejo 1800 1801 

Merrill 

Green 1900 1901 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 2001 

Filbert 2100 2101 . 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich .2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Houston 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Bay 2600 2601 

North Point 2700 2701 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Jones Alley, from Washing- 
ton bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery, X to Jackson 
Joost Avenue, from San Jose 
Av W to Hamburg 

Jordan Avenue (late Mem- 

field), from N s Point Lobos 
Av bet Commonwealth and 
Michigan Avs 
Josephine, from N s Point 
Lobos Av bet Central Av and 
Eugenia 

Josiah Avenue, W of San 

Jose Av nr Ocean View 

Station 
Joy (Bernal Heights), from 

Holladav Av to Brewster 
Jules Avenue, from Ocean 

Av S to Lake View Av 
Julia, from S s Mission bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Julian Avenue (late First 

Av), from S s Fourteenth 

bet Mission and Valencia, S 

to Sixteenth 
Julius, from N s Lombard 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Juniper, from S s Folsom bet 

Tenth and Eleventh, S E to 

Brvaut 
Junipero, from Masonic Av 

bet St. Rose's Av and Turk, 

W to Parker Av 
Juno, from Temple E of 

Lower Terrace 
Juno (Silver Terrace, now 

Diana), from Thornton Av 

to Williams Av 
Jupiter (Silver Terrace, late 

Vulcan), from Thornton Av 

S to Williams Av 
Jurl, from San Jose Av bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth ,„ 
K, from Fourth Av S of J, W 

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K South, from First Av South 
S W to Railroad Av 

Kansas, from Division bet 
Khode Island and Vermont, 
S to Precita Creek 

Kansas (South S. F.), see 
Layton 

Kappeler Court, from w s 

Mason bet Geary and Post 

Kaskaskla (South S. F.), see 
D South 

Kate, from S s Bryant bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Kearny, from N s Market bet 
Montgomery and Grant Av, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Geary ... 2 1 

Union Square Av 

Post 100 101 

Ver Mehr 

Sutter 200 201 

Hardle Place 

Bush 300 301 

Pine 400 401 

Summer 

California 500 501 

Sacramento 600 601 

Commercial 

Clay 700 (o) 

Merchant 

Washington 800 801 

Jackson 900 901 

Montgomery Avenue 

Pacltic 1000 1001 

St .Charles Place 

Broadway 1100 1101 

Dunne Alley 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1200 1201 

San Antonio 

Green 1300 1301 

Union 1400 1401 

Filbert 1500 1501 

Greenwich 1600 1601 

Lombard 1700 1701 

Chestnut 1800 1801 

Francisco 1900 1901 

Bay 2000 2001 

NorthPoint (e) (e) 

Kennebec (now Folsom), 

from S 8 Cortland Av bet 
Gates and Banks 
Kent, from W s Mason bet 

Union and Filbert 
Kentucky, from the bay bet 
Illinois and Tennessee, S to 
Second Av South 
Kentucky Place, from Ken- 
tucky bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second 
Keyes Alley, from Pacific bet 

Powell and Mason 
Kimball Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
King, from the bay bet Town- 
send and Berry, S W to Eighth 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Second 2 1 

Hammond Place 

Third 100 101 

Ritch 

Madden 

Haggln 

Tevis 

Fourth"!!!;!'.!!!'.!!'. 200 201 

Fifth 300 301 

Sixth 400 401 

Seventh 500 501 

Division 

Eighth (e) (e) 

Kingston, from W s Mission 

bft Thirtieth and Brook 
Klssllng, from W s Eleventh 
bet Howard and Folsom, W 
to Twelfth 
Knight's Place (West End 
Tract), from Mohawk Av W 
of Mission 
Knox (University Home- 
Btead), from S s Felton bet 
Madison and Mansfield 



Kohler's Place, from s s 

Green bet Montgomery and 

Kearny 
Kosciusko (Bernal Heights, 

now Anderson), from S a 

Cortland Av E of Moultrie 
Kossuth, E of San Bruno A v 

nr Islals Creek 

Kramer Place, from S s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Krausgrlll Place, from N s 

Filbert bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
L, from Seventh Av S of K 

W to the ocean 
L South, from First Av South 

S W to Twenty-seventh Av 

South 

La Grande Avenue (Excel- 
sior Homestead), from India 

Av S 
Lafayette, from S s Mission 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth, 
S E to Howard 

Lafayette Park, bet Gough, 

Laguna, Sacramento and 
Washington 

Lafayette Place, from N s 

Green bet Kearny and Du- 
pont, N to Union 

Lagruna, from N s Market 
bet Octavla and Buchanan, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Hermann 2 1 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Rose Avenue 

Page 300 301 

Lily Avenue j^ 

Oak 400 401 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 500 501 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 600 601 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 700 701 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 800 801 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 900 901 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue, (o) 1001 

Turk (o) 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1300 1301 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1500 1501 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1600 1601 

Ewing Place 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento (o) 2101 

Clay (o) 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2.500 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Grisar Place 

Filbert 8000 3001 

Harry Place 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 (o) 

Francisco 3400 (o) 

Bay (o) 3501 

North Point (o) 3601 

Beach (o) 3701 

Jefferson (o) 3801 

Tonquin (o) 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Lahaina (South S. F.), see 

Nineteenth Av South 



Laldley (Fairmount Tract), 

from S 8 Thirtieth bet Noe 

and Castro 
Lake, from First Av N of 

California W to Thirty-third 

Av 

Lake View Avenue (Lake 

View), from San Jose Av 

N W and W to Arlington Av 

Landers, frcnn S s Fourteenth 

bet Dolores and Church, S to 

Fifteenth 

Langton, from S s Howard 

bet Seventh and Eighth, S E 

to Brannan 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Howard 2 1 

Folsom 100 101 

Harrison 200 201 

Bryant 300 301 

Brannan (e) (e) 

Lapldge, from E s Eighteenth 
bet Valencia and Guerrero S 
to Nineteenth 

Larkln, from N s Market bet 
Hyde and Polk, N to the bay 

Cross ^ts. E. W. 

Market and Hayes ... 2 1 

City Hall Avenue 

Grove 100 101 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 200 201 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 300 301 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 400 401 

Turk 500 501 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 600 601 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 700 701 

Larkln Avenue 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 800 801 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 900 901 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1000 1001 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1100 1101 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1200 1201 

Eureka Place 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1300 1301 

California 1400 1401 

Sacramento 1500 1.501 

Clay 1600 1601 

Washington 1700 1701 

Jackson 1800 1801 

Pacific 1900 1901 

Friedman Place 

Broadway 2000 2001 

Hamlin Place 

Vallejo 2100 2101 

Green 2200 2201 

Gibson 

Rockland 

Union 2300 2301 

Filbert 2400 2401 

Greenwich 2.500 2501 

Lombard 2600 2601 

Chestnut 2700 2701 

Francisco 2800 2801 

Bay 2900 2901 

NorthPoint 3000 3001 

Beach 3100 3101 

Jefferson 3200 3201 

Tonquin (e) ■ (e) 

Larkln Avenue, from E s 
Larkln bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 

Laskle, from N s Mission bet 
Eighth and Ninth 

Latham Place, from W s 

Mason bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 

Latona (Silver Terrace) , from 
Bay View S to Thornton Av 

Laura Place, from S s Pine 
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Laurel, from Pacific Av bet 
Waluut and Locust, S to 
California 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 lOl 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Laurel Avenue, from W s 

Larkin bet Turk and Eddy, 

(Entrance to buildings on 
first block Is from Turk VT 
of Larkin) 

CYoss Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c i 

Gough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Buchan,an 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Laurel Place, from W s First 

bet Folsom and Harrison, 
S W to Essex 

Laussat Avenue, from W s 

Buchanan bet WaUer and 
Halght, W to Stelner 

Lawrence Place, from E s 

Fremont bet Harrison and 
Bryant 
Layton (South S. F.), from 
Silver Av E of Conkllng 

Leavenwortli, from N s 

McAllister bet Jones and 
Hvde. Xto the bay 

Cross St-s. E. W. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Burcham Place 

Turk 200 201 

Leonard Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis 400 401 

O'Farrell 500 501 

Geary 600 601 

Post 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California 1100 1101 

Acorn Alley 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Clav 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1500 1501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Lynch 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Glover 

Vallejo 1800 1801 

Green 1900 1901 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 2001 

Havens 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2:301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Francisco iiOO 2501 

Bav 2600 2ti01 

Xorth Point 270O 2701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Beach 2S00 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Ledyard (late Emma), from 
Silver Av nr Scott Av. S E 

Lee (Bernai Heights), from S 
s Cortland Av nr Heath 

Lee Avenue (Lake View) , from 
Ocean Av S to Lake View Av 

Leldesdorff, from N s Pine 
bet Sansome and Montgom- 
erv. X to Clay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 



Halleck 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay (e) (e) 

Lena Place, from Illinois bet 
Twentieth and Twenty-first 

Leonard Place, from W s 

Leavenworth bet Turk and 
Eddv 

Leroy Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 

Lessing, W of San Jose Av nr 
Countv Line 

Levant, from Masonic Av nr 
Congress 

Lewis, from W s Polk bet 
Tonquin and the bay, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Lewis Place, from W s 

Taylor bet Post and Sutter, 
■\V to Jones 

Lexington Avenue (late 

Stevenson 1. from Sycamore 
Av bet Valencia and Mission, 
S to Twenty-first 
Liberty, from W s Valencia 
bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first, W to Castro 
Cross S(s. N. S. 

Valencia 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Soe 500 " 501 

Castro (e) (e) 

Lick, from W s Taylor bet 

Union and Filbert 
Lick All^, from W s First 

bet Jessie and Mission 
Lick Place, from N s Post 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
X to Sutter 
Lida Place, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
lencia. S to Sixteenth 
Liebig, from San Jose Av nr 

Countv Line 
Lilac Alley, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Howard and Mis- 
sion. S to Twentv-sixth 
Lillian, from Van Ness Av 

bet Lombard and Chestnut 
Lily Avenue, from W s Frank- 
lin bet Page and Oak 
Cross S/s. N. S. 

Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Lily Terrace, from W s 

Powell bet Bush and Pine 

Lincoln, from W s Taylor bet 
Green and Union. W to Leav- 
enworth 

Lincoln (Bemal Heights), see 
rlutrcnia Av 

Lincoln Avenue, from Eigh- 
teenth W of Douglass, S to 
Thirty-fourth 

Lincoln Place, from E s Fre- 
mont bet Howard and Folsom 

Lincoln Place, from E s Hyde 
bet Union and Filbert 

Linden Avenue, from W s 

Van Xess Av bet Fell and 
Haves, W to Webster 

Cros.'. Sts. N. S. 

Van Xess Avenue.... 100 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

Octavia 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster (e) (e) 

Lippard Avenue, nr inter- 
section of San JoBe Av and 
Castro 



Lisbon (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon Av 

Livingston, from Fox E of 
Barlon 

Lizzie, from Mission bet 
Eugenia and Cortland Av8, 
S E to Prospect Av 

Llewell3m, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Lloyd, from W s Scott bet 
Thirteenth and Waller, W to 
Devisadero 

Lobos (Railroad Homestead), 
W of San Jose Av nr County 
Line 

Lobos Square, bet Laguna, 
Webster. Chestnut and Bay 

Locust, from Pacific Av bet 
Laurel and Spruce, S to Cali- 
fornia 
Cross Sis. E. 

Pacific Avenue 2 

Jackson 100 

Washington 200 

Clay 300 

Sacramento*. 400 

California (e) 

Locust Avenue, from W s 
Larkin bet McAllister and 
Golden Gate Av, W 
Cross SU. N. S. 

Larkin 2 

Polk 100 

Van Xess Avenue ... 200 

Franklin 300 

Gough (c) 

Octavia (c) 

Laguna 600 



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Loebr, W of San Brimo Av nr 

County Line 

Logan (University Home- 
stead), from La Grande Av 
W of Saratoga 

Lombard, from the bay bet 
Greenwich and Chestnut, W 
to Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sts. N. 

Battery 2 1 11 

Sansome 100 IM l| 

Montgomery 200 201 l| 

Wlnthrop 

Kearnv 300 

Good Children 

Julius 

Dupont 400 401i 

Stockton 500 501 

Lombard Place , 

Powell 600 601! 

Chambers Place _^ 

Mason 700 7t)t ' 

Newell 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jansen „ . 

Taylor 800 801 ll 

Jones 900 901 ll 

Leavenworth 1000 1001 1 1 

Hyde 1100 1101 

Larkin 1200 1201 

Polk 1:500 i:301 

Van Xess Avenue . . .1400 1401 

Franklin 1500 1501 

Gough 1600 1601 

Octavia 1700 1701 

Laguna 1800 1801 . 

Buchanan 1900 1901 1 1 

Webster 2000 2001 J 

Fillmore 2100 2101 ll 

Steiner 2200 2201 J 

Pierce 2300 230111 

Scott 2400 2401 ll 

Devisadero 2.500 2501 l| 

Broderick 2600 260t ll 

Baker 2700 2701 ll 

Lyon (e) (e) | 

Lombard Place, from S 

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j London (Excelsior Home- 
! stead), from Japan Av S W 

' to Amazon Av 

Loomls, from Islais Creek S 
to Barneveld Av 

Lott, see Central Avenue 
Lotta, from Parnassus Av bet 
Stanyan and Wlllard S to 
Woodland Av 
Louisa (now Shipley), from 
' Fourth bet Folsom and Har- 

rison 
j Lonlsa Alley, from N s Ship- 
' ley E of Fourth 

' Louisberg, W of San Jose Av 

ur Sau Miguel 

J Louisiana, from the bay bet 

(Maryland and Georgia, S to 
First Av South 
Lowell, from E s Mission nr 

County Line 

Lower Terrace, from N s Sev- 
enteenth nr Uranus 

Luck, from Loomis E to Or- 
leans 

Lucky, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Treat Av and 
Folsom 

Lucy (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av bet Railroad Av 
and Ceres, S to Williams Av 
' Lnndy Lane (Bemal Heights), 
' from Coso Av bet California 

j and Prospect Aves, S W to 

I Virginia Av 

' Lnsk Alley, from Clyde nr 
Townseud 

Lyell (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission from 
Sprlngdale nr Kotteek 

Ljmch, from W s Leaven- 
worth bet Pacific and Broad- 
way, W to Hyde 

Lyon, from N s Haight W of 

Baker X to the bay 

Qrosi SU. E. W. 

Haight 2 1 

Page 100 101 

Oak (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park . . . 

Fell 300 301 

Hayes 400 401 

Grove 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 801 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvary Cemetery . . . 

Geary 1300 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 1901 

Clay 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 2300 2301 

Broadway 2400 (o) 

Vallejo 2500 (o) 

Green 2600 (o) 

Union 2700 (o) 

Filbert 2800 (o) 

Greenwich 2900 (o) 

Lombard 3000 (o) 

• Chestnut 3100 (o) 

Francisco 3200 (o) 

Bay 3300 (o) 

NorthPoint 3400 (o) 

Beach 3500 (o) 

Jefferson 3600 (o) 

■ Tonquin 3700 (o) 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Lysett Place, from S s Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 

M, from Seventh Av S of L. 
W to the ocean 



M South, from First Av 
South S W to Twenty-eighth 
Av South 

Mabel Alley, from E s Hyde 
bet O'Farrell and Geary 

Macedonia (Bemal Heights), 

from Peralta Av S to Esmer- 
alda Av 

Madagascar (South S.F.), see 

Twenty-seventh Av South 
Madden, from S s King bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Berry 

Madeira (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-seventh Av South 

Madison (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Olmstead 

Madison Avenue (late Fifth 

Av), from S s Harrison bet 
Fifth and Sixth 

Madrid (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon Av 

Maggie Alley, from E s 

Junes bet Geary and Post 

Magrner Place, from E s 
Mason bet Broadway and 
Vallejo 

Maiden Lane, from W s 

Montgomery Av bet Wash- 
ington and .Jackson 

Main, from S s Market bet 
Spear and Beale, S E to the 
bay 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

RIncon Court 

Beale Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Majestic Avenue, W of San 

Jci-i- Av nr Ocean View 

Station 

Malacca (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-third Av South 

Maiden Alley, from S s How- 
ard bet First and Second, S 
E to Tehama 

MaUoy (Fairmount Tract), 
from San Jose Av bet Thir- 
tieth and Randall 

Malta (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-fifth Av South 

Malvina Place, from W s 

Mason bet Sacramento and 

Clay 

Manchester (Bernal Heights) , 
from Ripley bet Folsom and 
Shotwell 

Mangels Avenue (Sunnyside), 

from Arcadia W to Hamburg 
Manila (South S. F.), see 
Fourth Av South 

Manitoba (South S. F.), see 
Eleventh Av South 

Manning Place, from W s 

Eighth bet Market and Mis- 
sion 

Mansell (University Home- 
stead), from W s San Bruno 
Av S of Olmstead 

Mansfield (University Home- 
stead), from Burrows S to 
Dwight 

Maple, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Spruce and 
Cherry, S to California 



Cross S/s. E. w. 

Presidio Reservation. 2 1 

Jackson lOO 101 

AVashlngton 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Maple Court, from N s Four- 
teenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 

Marcy Place (late Vemon 
Place), from S s Jackson bet 
Mason and Taylor 

Marengo, from Waterloo S W 
to Dickinson 

Marengo (Railroad Home- 
stead), see Plymouth 
Margaret Avenue, W of San 

Jose Av nr Ocean View Stat'n 

Margaret Court, from N s 

Turk bet Mason and Taylor 

Margaret Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Kearny and 
Dupont 
Maria (now Homer), from 
Chesley bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Marin, from the bay bet Army 
and Tulare, W to Vermont 

Marlon Place (late Eliza 
Place), from N s Union bet 
Taylor and Jones 

Mariposa, from the bay bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 
W to Harrison 

Mariposa Terrace, from N s 

Harrison bet Seventh and 
Eighth 
Market (from the bay S W to 
junction Seventeenth and 
Castro). The difference In 
the number of intersecting 
streets, and length of blocks 
on the right and left sides, 
accounts for the irregularity 
of the numbers at opposite 
points. 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

East and Sacramento 2 1 

Steuart 

Spear 101 

Drumm and Cal 100 

Main 201 

Davis and Pine 200 

Beale 301 

Front 300 

Fremont 401 

Battery and Bush 400 

First 501 

Ecker 

Sansome and Sutter . 500 

Second 601 

Mont'y and Post 600 

New Montgomery ... 

Annie 

Kearny and Geary... 700 

Third 701 

Brooks 

Grant Av & O'Farrell 800 

Fourth 801 

Stockton and Ellis... 900 

Powell and Eddy 1000 

Fifth 901 

Mason and Turk 1100 

Sixth, 1001 

Taylor and Golden 

Gate Avenue 1200 

Jones and McAIlister.lSOO 

Seventh 1101 

City Hall Square 1500 

Eighth 1201 

Larkin and Hayes.... 1600 

Ninth 1301 

Tenth 1401 

Polk and Fell 1700 

Eleventh 1501 

Van Ness Av and Oak. 1800 

Twelfth 1601 

Franklin and Page . . . 1900 



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Rose Avenue 

Bradv 1^01 

Gough and Haight... 2000 

Valencia 1801 

Hermann 

Octavia and Wal.er.. 2100 

Pearl 

Guerrero ^^""^ 

Laguna 2200 

Thirteenth 

Buchanan 2300 — — 

Dolores 2001 

Fourteenth ^„ „_„^ 

Church 2400 2101 

Fifteenth „„ „^„, 

Sanchez 2500 2201 

Sixteenth 

Soe 2600 2301 

Seventeenth 

Castro (e) (e) 

Marquesas (South S. F.), see 

Tenth Av South 
Mars, from Seventeenth W 

of Clara Av 
Marshall (College Home- 
stead), from E s Mission 
nr Silver Av 
Marsily, from W s Mission 
bet St. Mary's Av and Cuvler 
Martha Place, from S s Geary 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Martin, from Sussex nr 

Castro 
Martin, see Berry Place 
Martinique (South S. F.), see 

Thlrty-lifth Av South 
Mary, from S s Mission bet 
Fifth and Sixth, S E to How- 
ard 
Mary Lane, from S s Bush 
bet Kearny and Grant Av 

Marye Terrace, from N s 

Turk bet Hyde and Larkin 
Maryland, from the bay bet 

Delaware and Louisiana, S to 

First Av South 
Mason, from N s Market bet 

Powell and Taylor, N to the 

bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Turk 2 1 

Eddv 100 101 

Ellis 200 201 

Latham Place 

Dikeman Place 

OFarrell 300 301 

Elwood 

Cieary 400 401 

Derby 

Kappeler Court 

Post. 500 501 

Scheerer Place 

Sutter COO 601 

Delta Place 

Bush TOO 701 

Hooker Alley 

Pine 800 801 

Frank Place 

Callfunita 900 901 

Sacramento 1000 1001 

Ewer Place 

Dawson Place 

Mai vlna Place 

Clay 1100 1101 

Truett 

Sheppard Place 

Washington 1200 1201 

.Jackson 1300 1301 

.John 

Pacinc 1400 1401 

Broadway 1500 1501 

Magner Place 

Vallejo 1600 1601 

Green HOO 1701 

Winter Lane 

"Webb Place 

Union 1800 1801 

Filbert '. '. ■ '. '. '. '. ". '. '. '. '. '. '. '. 1900 1901 



Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2000 2001 

Montgomery Avenue 

Lombard 2100 2101 

Chestnut 2200 2201 

Water „ „. 

Francisco 2300 2301 

Vandewater 

Bav 2400 2401 

Alaska Place ^ ^_ 

Xorth Point 2500 2.o01 

Beach 2600 2601 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Masonic Avenue, from Point 

Lobos Av \V of Central Av, 

S to Congress thence E to 

Albany 

Cross S/s. E. W. 

Point Lobos Avenue. 2 1 

St. Rose's Avenue... (o) 101 

Junlpero (o) 201 

Turk 300 (o) 

Golden Gate Avenue 400 (o) 

McAllister 500 (o) 

Fulton 600 601 

Grove 700 701 

Hayes 800 801 

Fell (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park — 

Oak 1000 1001 

Page' 1100 1101 

Halght 1200 1201 

Waller 1300 1301 

Frederick 1400 1401 

Massachusetts, from the bay 
bet New York and Delaware, 
S to First Av South 
Massasoit (Bemal Heights), 
from Macedonia N W to Par- 
ana Av 
Mateo (Fairmount Tract), 
from Bemls S E to San Jose 
Av 

Mauritius (South S. F.), see 

Twentifth Av South 
Mayflower (Bemal Heights), 

from Winslow nr Powhattan, 

W to Nevada Av 
Mazzini, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
McAllister, from jimction 

Market and Jones bet Fulton 

and Golden Gate Av, W to 

First Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Jones 2 1 

City Hall Avenue 

Leavenworth 100 

Hvde 200 

Citv Hall Place 

Larkin 300 301 

Polk 400 401 

Van Xess Avenue .500 501 

Franklin 600 601 

Gough 700 701 

Octavla SOO 801 

Laguna 900 901 

Buchanan 1000 1001 

Webster 1100 1101 

Fillmore 1200 1201 

Stelner 1300 1301 

Pierce 1400 1401 

Scott 1500 1.501 

Devlsadero 1600 1601 

Broderlck 1700 1701 

Baker }»00 ISOl 

Lvon tliiOO 1901 

Central Avenue 2000 2001 

Masonic Avenue (c) (c) 

Masonic Cemetery... 

Parker Avenue 2500 2.501 

north Stanyan 2600 2601 

North WiUard 2700 2701 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

McClellan (Bernal Heights, 
now .Vndover Av), from Es- 
meralda Av S to Cortland .\v 

Mccormick Place, from S s 
P.uiilc lii-t Hyde and Larkin 

McDermott Place, from w s 

Jones bet Turk and Eddy 



McLea Court, from E s Ninth 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Meacham Place, from S s 

Post bet Hyde and Larkin 
Meares, see Michigan Avenue 
Medau Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Dupont and Stockton 
Medford (Visitacion Valley), 
W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Medway Alley, from N s 

Twenty-third bet Dolores 
and Church 
Melrose Avenue (Sunnjside), 

from Congo W to Hamburg 
Mendocino (South S. F.) , from 
the bav bet Calaveras and 
Plumas. W to First Av South 
Merced (now Noe) , from Thir- 
tieth S to Laidley 
Mercer (Bemal Heights, now 
Bradford), from S s Cortland 
Av bet Peralta Av and Bronte 
Merchant, from the bay bet 
Clay and Washington, W to 
Kearny 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

East Xorth 2 1 

Drumm (c) (c) 

Davis (c) (c) 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Montgomery 600 601 

Dunbar Alley 

Kearny (e) (e) 

Merrifleld, see Jordan Av 
Merrill, from W s Jones bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Merrill, from N s Silver Av 
bet Barneveld Av and Boyl- 
ston 

Merrimac, from the bay nr 

Alameda. W to South 
Merritt, from Hattie S of 

Seventeenth, W to Danvers 
Mersey Alley, from N s 

Twenty-third bet Dolores 

and Church 

Metcalfe Place, from N s 

Gc':ivv bet Mason and Taylor 
Mexico" (South S. F.), from 

the bav S to India Basin 
Michigan, from the bay bet 

CTfurt-'ia and Illinois. S to 

First'^Av South 

Michigan Avenue (late Meares), 
irnm X s Point Lobos Av bet 
Jordan and First Avs 

Michigan Place, from Mich- 
liran bet Twenty-tirst and 
f wentv-second, W to Illinois 

Middle, from N s Pine bet 
Webster and Fillmore, K to 
California 

Midway, from N s Francisco 
liet Dupont and Stockton, N 
to Bay 

Miguel (Fairmount Tract), 
from Bemls S E to San Jose 
Av 

Miguel (now San Miguel), 
from S s Ocean Av nr San 
.Jose Av 

Miguel Avenue (Stanford 
Heights). from Stanford 
llcifilits Av to Fowler At 

Miles Court, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 

I'oWfll 

Miles Place, from N s Sac- 

raiiii'iito bet Stockton and 

I'.iwi'U 
Miller Place, from S s Folson 

bc-t Fourth and Fifth 
Milliken, W of San Bruno A^ 

nv (nuntv Line 
Mills Place, from W s Grant 

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Milton (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), from W 8 Mission 
nr Sliver Av 

Hilton (now Crystal), W of 
Si»n Jose Av nr County Line 

Hilton Avenue (Sunnyside), 
from Circular Av W 

Hlnerva (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Hlnerva (now Eighteenth) , 
from Uranus S of Seven- 
teenth 

Minna, from W s First bet 
Mission and Howard, S W to 
Fifteenth 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Shaw Alley 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery . . . 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Mary 

Sixth 500 501 

Buss 

Seventh 600 601 

Julia 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth 900 901 

Eleventh 1000 1001 

Lafayette 

Twelfth (c) (c) 

Thirteenth (c) (c) 

Fourteenth 1300 1301 

Flfteeuth (e) (e) 

Minnesota, from South bet 

Tenuessee and Indiana, S to 
Tulare 

Hlnnle, see Tremont Av 

Mlnot (Bernal Heights, now 
Moultrie), from Esmeralda 
Av S to Cortland Av 

Mint Avenue, from W s Fifth 
bet Stevenson and Mission, 
and from N s Mission bet 
Fifth and Sixth 

Mlramar Avenue (Lake View), 
from Ocean Av S to Lake 
View Av 

Mission, from the bay bet 
Howard and Market, S W 
and S to County Line 

Cross S/s. N. s. 

East South 2 1 

Steuart 

Spear 100 101 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Ecker 

Shaw Alley 

Anthony 

Second 600 601 

New Montgomery . . . 

Annie 

Third 700 701 

Fourth 800 801 

Fifth r. 900 901 

Mint Avenue 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Mission Alley 

Julia 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Laskie 

Ninth 1300 1301 

"Washington Avenue . 

Grand 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayette 

West Mission 1600 

Twelfth 1601 

Bond 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 



Fifteenth. 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Warren Place 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Clarion Alley 

Sycamore Avenue . . . 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2:»0 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army 

Precita Avenue 3101 

Powell Avenue 

Valencia 3200 

Fair Avenue 

Tiffany Place 

Twenty-ninth 3300 

Virginia Avenue 

Godeus 

Thirtieth 3400 

Mission Alley, from N s Mis- 
sion bet Seventh and Eighth 
to Jessie 

Mission Court, from Mission 
bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Mission Road, now Mission 

street 
Mississippi, from Sixteenth 

Ijet Feuusvlvunia and Texas, 

S to Tulare 
Missouri, from Sixteenth bet 

Texas and Connecticut, S to 

Tulare 

Mohawk Avenue (West End 
Tract). N W s Mission nr 
County Line 

Monongahela (South S. F.), 

see J South 

Monroe, from N s Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell, N to 
Pine 

Montana (Railroad Home- 
stead). W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Montcalm (Bernal Heights), 
from Isabel nr Wolfe, S VV 

Montenegro (South s. F.), 

see Third Av South 
Montezuma (Bernal Heights), 
from Coso Av E to Shotwell 

Montgomery, from N s Mar- 
ket bi-t Sausome and Kearny, 
X to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Post 2 1 

Sutter 100 101 

Bush 200 201 

Pine 300 301 

Summer 

California 400 401 

Sacramento 500 501 

Commercial 

Clay 600 601 

Merchant 

Washington 700 701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jackson 800 801 

Gold 

Pacific 900 901 

Montgomery Court.. 

Broadway 1000 1001 

Vallejo 1100 1101 

Jackson Place 

Green 1200 1201 

Moulton Place 

Union 1300 1301 

Montgomery Place . . 

Alta 

Filbert 1400 1401 

Greenwich 1.500 1.501 

Lombard 160O 1601 

Chestnut 1700 1701 

Francisco 1800 1801 

Bay (e) (e) 



Montgomery Avenue, from 
junction Montgomery and 
Washington, N W to Beach 

Cross Sts. N.E. S.W. 

Mont"y and Wash'n.. 2 1 

Maiden Lane 

Gibb 

Jackson 100 101 

Kearny 

Pacific 200 201 

Adler 

Broadway 300 301 

Dupont 

Vallejo 400 401 

Vallejo Place 

Stockton 

Green 500 501 

Union (o) 601 

Powell 

Filbert 700 701 

Gaven Place 

Scotland 

Greenwich 800 801 

Mason 

Hartman 

.Jansen 

Lombard 900 901 

Newell 

Taylor 

Chestnut 1000 1001 

Houston 

Francisco 1100 1101 

Jones ^g^ 

Bay 1200 1201 C 

NorthPoint 1300 1301 ^^B 

Leavenworth t 

Beach (e) (e) V^ 

Montgomery Court, from W -^^ 
s Montgomery bet Pacific ^ > 
and Broadway \^^M 

Montgomery Place, from w ^2^^ 

s Montgomery bet Union and ^* 
Filbert 

Monticello, W of San Jose C^ 
Av nr County Line >' -J 

Moore, from N s Union bet ^^ 
Hyde and Larkin > ^<^ 

Morey Alley, see Church Av- 
enue 

Morrell Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin, 
X to Broadway 

Morris Avenue (late Park 
Avenue), from S s Harrison 
bet Fifth and Sixth, S E to 
Bryant 

Morse, from Mission nr 
County Line 

Morse Place, from S s Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Morton, fnow Union Square 
Av) from W s Kearny bet 
Geary and Post.WtoStockton 

Moscow (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W 
to Amazon Av 

Moss, from S s Howard bet 
Sixth and Seventh, S E to 
Folsom 

Moss Avenue, from Caselli 
Av W to Corbett Av 

Moulton Avenue, from w g 

Buchanan bet Greenwich and 
Lombard, W to Steiner 
Moulton Avenue (Sunnyside, 
now Hearst Av), from Cir- 
cular Av W to Hamburg 

Moulton Place, from w s 

Montgomery bet Green and 
Union -» 

Moultrie (Bernal Heights), 
from Xorth Av nr Coso Av 
S to Crescent Av 

Mount Vernon Avenue, from ^_ 

San Jose Av S to Ocean Av C/) 

Mountain Spring Avenue O 

(Clarendon Heights), from O 

Stanyan S of Eighteenth 

Mulford Alley, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Bush and Pine 



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Munich (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W 
to Amazon Av 

Myrtle Avenue, from W s 

Larkin bet O'Farrell and 
Geary, W to Laguna 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Xess Avenue ... 200 201 

C Franklin 300 301 

23 Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

N, from Seventh Av S of M 

W to tbe ocean 
N South, from First Av South 
S AV to Twenty-ninth Av 
South 

Naglee Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Napa (now Twentieth), from 
the bay bet Nineteenth and 
T wentv-first, W to Potrero Av 
Napier Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 
Naples (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon Av 
Napoleon, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Nashua, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Natick (Fairmount Tract), 

from Chenery nr Castro 
Natoma, from W s Fremont 
bet Mission and Howard, S 
"W to Fifteenth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Fremont 

First 2 1 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery . . . 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (c) (c) 

Fifth 400 401 

Marv 

Sixth 500 501 

Russ 

Seventh, 600 601 

Eighth TOO 701 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth 900 901 

Eleventh 1000 1001 

Lafavette 

Twelfth (c) (c) 

Thirteenth (c) (c) 

Fourteenth 1300 1301 

Fifteenth (e) (e) 

Nebraska (now San Bruno 
Av). from Division bet Ver- 
mont and Utah, S to Army 
Nebraska (Bemal Heights)' 
from Powhattan S to Cort- 
land Av 

Nebraska (South S. F.), see 

Waterville 

Neptune (Silver Terrace), 
from Thornton Av S to Wil- 
liams Av 

Nevada (now Twenty-third), 
from the bay bet Humboldt 
and Twenty-fourth, W to 
Potrero Av 

Nevada Avenue (Bemal Heights), 

from Esmeralda Av bet 
Prentiss and Rosecrans, S to 
Crescent Av 
New Market (Stanford Heights, 
now Army), from Bellevue 
"W to Fowier Av 

New Montgomery, from S 
s Market bet Second and 
Third, S E to Howard 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Rose Alley 

Mission 100 101 



Minna 

Natoma 

Howard (e) (e) 

New Morse (West End 

Tract), from Mission nr 

County Line 
New Orleans, from N s Green 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
New York, from the bay bet 

Virginia and Massachusetts, 

S to First Av South 
Newell, from N s Lombard 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Newgrove Alley, from Church 

bet Twenty-seventh and 

Duncan, W to Sanchez 
Newman, from Holly Park 

Av bet Ellert and East Av, 

E to Andover Av 
Ney (College Homestead), 

from E sMisslon nr Sliver Av 

Niagara Avenue (West End 

Tract). N W s Mission nr 
Countv Line 
Nicaragua (South S. F.), see 
Forty-fifth Av South 

Nineteenth, from the bay 

bet Eighteenth and Twen- 
tieth, W to Douglass 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois.... 500 501 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tennessee TOO TOl 

Minnesota 800 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania Av. .. 1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 1401 

Connecticut 1500 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina 1800 ISOl 

De Haro 1900 1901 

Rhode Island 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue.. 2300 2301 

Utah 2400 WOl 

Potrero Avenue 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

San Carlos Avenue.. 

Stevenson 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapidge 

Angelica 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 3800 3801 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 

Castro 4100 4101 

Collingwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Eureka 4400 4401 

Douglass (e) (e) 

Nineteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Nineteenth Avenue South, 

from Isiais Creek S E to 
Water Front 
Ninth, from S s Market bet 
Eighth and Tenth, S E to 
Division 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Katoma 



Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Ringold 

Harrison 400 401 

McLea Court 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Division (e) (e) 

Ninth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to P 

Ninth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water Front 
Noble, from Hubbell nr Sixth 

S E to South 

Noble's Alley, from E s 

Dupunt bet Union and Filbert 
Noe, from S s Thirteenth bet 

Sanchez and Castro, S to 

Laidley 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henrv 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Beaver 

Market 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth TOO TOl 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth ', '. '. '. ". '. '. '. ". 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Vallev 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Nolan, from W s Steiner bet 

Green and Union 
Noonan Alley, see Sunshine 

Court 
Norfolk (late Nevada), from 
S s Folsom bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth. S E to Harrison 
Norma (Clarendon Heights), 
from nr j unction Lincoln and 
St. Germain Avs S 
Norman, E of San Bnmo Av 

nr Islais Creek 
North Avenue (Bemal Heights), 
from Coso Av S W to Holly 
Park Av 
North Point, from the bay 
bet Bay and Beach, W to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Kearny 2 1 

Dapont 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Mason 300 301 

Taylor 400 401 

Jones 500 501 

Leavenworth 600 601 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue ... (c) (c) 
Govm't Reservation.. 

Laguna 1400 1401' 

Buchanan 1500 1.501 

Webster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Steiner . 1800 1801 

Pierce 1900 1901 



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Scott 2000 2001 

Devlsadero 2100 2101 

Broderick 2200 2201 

Biker 2300 2301 

Lyon (e) (e) 

North Stanyan, from N s 

Fulton bet Parker Av and 
Xorth Wlllard 

North WUlard, from N s 
Fulton bet North Stanyan 
and^Flrsl Av N to Turk 

Norton (Academy Tract), 
from X W 8 Mission bet Har- 
rington and Bauer 

Norton Court (now Langton), 
from S 8 Brannan bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Norton Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Montgomery and 
Siinsome 

Norwich (Bernal Heights), 
from W 8 Alabama nr Ripley 

Nye (South S. F.), E of San 
Bruno Av nr Islals Creek 

0, from Eighth Av S of N, W 
to the ocean 

O'Connell Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 
OTarrell, from junction Mar- 
ket and Grant Av bet Ellis 
and Geary, W to Calvary 
Cemetery 
CroM Sis. N. s. 
Market and Grant Av 2 1 

Bagley Place 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Carlos Place 

Elwood 

Mason 300 301 

Raphael Place 

Taylor 400 401 

William 

Jones 500 501 

Lesyenworth 600 601 

Ada Court 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkln 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue 1000 1001 

Franklin 1100 1101 

Goagh 1200 1201 

Octavia 1300 1301 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

Hollls 

Webster IfiOO 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Steiner 1800 1801 

Pierce 1901 

Scott 2000 2001 

Devlsadero 2100 2101 

Broderick 2200 2201 

St Joseph's Avenue., (e) (e) 

OTarrell Alley, see Elwood 

Oak, from junction Market 

and Van Ness Av bet Page 

and Fell, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sit. N. s. 

M'k't & Van Ness Av 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavia 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Webster 600 601 

Fillmore 700 701 

Sielner — . 800 801 

Pierce 900 901 

Scott 1000 1001 

Devlsadero 1100 1101 

Broderick 1200 1201 

Baker (o) 1301 

Lyon (o) 1401 

Central Avenue (o) 1501 

Masonic Avenue (o) 1601 

Ashbury (o) 1701 

Clayton (o) 1801 

Cole (o) 1901 

Shrader (o) 2001 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Oak, see Derby and Derby 
Place 



Oak Grove Avenue, from S s 

Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth, 
S E to Bryant 
Oakwood (late Fair Oaks 
Court), from S 8 Eighteenth 
bet Guerrero and Dolores 

Ocean Avenue, from Mission 

hi mile S of Silver Av, W to 
the ocean 

Ocean Boulevard, from nr 

termination Point Lobos Av 
along the ocean beach S to 
nr Countv Line 

Ocean Terrace, from Cliff Av 

nr Forty-eighth Av 

Octavia, from N s Market bet 

Gough and Laguna, N to Bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Waller .. 2 1 

Halght 100 101 

Rose Avenue 

Page 200 201 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 300 301 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 400 401 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 500 501 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 600 601 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 700 701 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 800 801 

Golden Gate Avenue, (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Eddy 1100 1101 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1200 1201 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1300 1301 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1400 1401 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1500 1501 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1600 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1800 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento (c) (c) 

Lafayette Park 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2.500 2501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Grlsar Place 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3201 

Francisco 3300 a301 

Bay (e) (e) 

Ohio (South S. F.), from the 
bay nr Virginia S to First Av 
■South 
Ohio Place (late Prescott), 
from N 8 Pacific bet San- 
some and Montgomery, N to 
Broadway 
Old Hickory (Berna! Heights), 
from San Bruno Av W to 
Andover Av 

Old San Jose Road, now San 

Jose Av 
Olean (late Morton), E of San 

Bruno Av nr Islals Creek 
Olive Avenue, from^W s Lar- 
kln bet Ellis and O'Farrell, 
W to Buchanan 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkln. 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Olive Court, from S s Union 
bet Laguna and Buchanan 



Oliver (West End Home- 
stead), from Mission nr 
County Line 
Olmstead (University Home- 
stead), from W s San Bruno 
Av S of Dwlght 
Olney Place, from Hammond 
Place bet Townsend and 
King 
Olympus, from N s Seven- 
teenth nr Ashbury 
Oneida Avenue (West End 

Tract), from junction San 
Jose and Ocean Avs S E to 
Cayuga Av 

Oneida Place, from s s Sacra- 
mento bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Onondaga Avenue (West End 

Tract), from W s Mission S 

of Ocean Av 
Opal Place, from E s Taylor 

bet Golden Gate Av and 

Turk 
Opera Alley, from N s Mission 

bet Third and Fourth 

Ophlr Alley, from N s Post 

bet Taylor and Jones 

Orange Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and 
Bartlett 
Ordway, from W s San Bruno 

Av S of Mansell 
Oregon, from Drumm bet 
Washington and Jackson, W 
to Battery 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Drumm 2 1 

Davis 100 101 

Front (c) (c) 

Battery (e) (e) 

Orient Alley, from N s 

Twenty-third bet Church and 
Vicksburg 

Orizaba Avenue, W of San 

Jose Av nr County Line 

Orleans, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islals Creek 

Orsenlus, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islals Creek 

Osage (South S. F.), see I 
South 

Osage Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Mission and Bart- 
lett. S to Twenty-sixth 

Osborne (late Eureka), from 
Sl.xteenth W of Castro 

Oscar Alley, from N s Clem- 
entina bet First and Second 

Otis Place, see Folsom Ave- 
nue 

Otsego Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Ocean Av E of 
San Jose Av 

Ottawa Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Ottilia, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Oxford (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Mansell 
P, from Ninth Av S of O, W 

to the ocean 
P South, from First Av South 

S W to Charter Oak Av 
Pacific, from the bay bet 
Jackson and Broadway, W to 
Larkin. (The continuation 
of the street from Larkln Is 
called Pacific Av) 
Cross Sts. ^ N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Silver Star Place 

Sansome 400 401 

Ohio Place 

Montgomery 500 501 

Kearny 600 601 

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Bnrtlett Alley 

Dupont TOO 701 

Pacific Place 

Sullivan Alley 

Elllck Alley 

Stockton 800 801 

Virginia Place 

Trenton 

Powell 900 901 

Keves Alley 

ScottPlace 

Mason 1000 1001 

Auburn 

Salmon 

Hlmmelmann Place.. 

Tavlor 1100 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Burgoyne Place 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Morrell Place 

McCormlck 

Larkin (e) (e) 

Pacific Alley, from S s Broad- 
way bet Dupont and Stockton 
Pacific Avenue, continuation 
of Pacltic Street from Larkin 
to Presidio Reservation. 
(The numbers commence at 

1500, a continuation of the 
numbers on the street.) 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Xess Avenue ITOO 1701 

Franklin ISOO 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavla 2000 2001 

Laguua 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devlsadero 2800 2801 

Broderlck 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lvon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut (o) 3301 

Laurel (o) 3401 

Locust (e) (e) 

Pacific Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Page, from junction Market 

and Franklin bet Halght and 

Oak, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavla 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Fillmore 600 601 

Steiner 700 701 

Pierce 800 801 

Scott 900 901 

Devlsadero 1000 1001 

Broderlck 1100 1101 

Baker 1200 1201 

Lyon 1300 1301 

Central Avenue 1400 1401 

Masonic Avenue 1500 1.501 

Ashbury 1600 1001 

Clayton 1700 1701 

Cole 1800 ISOl 

Shrader 1900 1901 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Palmer (Fairmount Tract), 
from Harper S E to Chenery 

Palmetto Avenue, from San 

.lose Av nr County Line 
Paraguay (South S. F.). see 

Fuurtcfuth Av South 

Pardee Alley, from W s 
Dupont bet Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Paris (Excelsior Homestead), 
from .Japan Av S W to Ama- 
zon Av 



Park Avenue (now City Hall 

Avenue), from S s McAllister 
nr Leavenworth, S W to Lar- 
kin 

Park Hill Avenue.f rom Baena 
Vista Av W of South Brod- 
erlck 

Park Lane, from W s Second 
bet Brvant and Brannan, S W 
to Third 

Park Place, from E s Second 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Park Road (now Buena Vista 
Avenue), surrounding Buena 
Vista Park 

Parker (now Montcalm) , from 
Peralta Av W to Alabama 

Parker Alley, from N s Clay 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Parker Avenue, from S s 

California nr Commonwealth 
Av. S to Fulton 

Parnassus Avenue ( late 

Sullivan), from Clayton bet 

Carl and Grattan, W and SW 

to Fourth Av 
Patterson, E of San Bruno Av 

from Flower X E 
Patton, from West Av S to 

Plymouth Av 
Paul, W of San Bruno Av nr 

head of Islais Creek 
Paul Avenue (Paul Tract), 

from San Bruno Av E to 

Railroad Av 
Paulding, from W s San Jose 

Av het .Jarnac and Havelock 
Peabody (late Byrne), W of 

San Bruno Avnr County Line 
Pearl, from S s Market bet 

Hermann and Guerrero, S to 

Thirteenth 
Pelliam, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 

Pennsylvania Avenue, from 

sixteenth bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi, S to Tulare 
Penobscot (South S F,), see 
H South 

Peralta Avenue, from HoUa- 
dav Av S W and S to Union 
Av 

Perine Place, from w s 

Steiner bet California and 

Sacramento, W to Pierce 
Perry, from W s Vassar Place 

bet Harrison and Bryant, S W 

to Fifth 
Cross S/s. N. S, 

Vassar Place 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth (e) (e) 

Persia Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead), from Mission 

S of Brazil Av 
Pfeiflfer, from W s Dupont bet 

Chestnut and Francisco, W 

to Stockton 
Piedmont, from Masonic Av 

nr Congress 
Pierce, from N s Thirteenth 

bet Steiner and Scott, Jf. to 

the bay. 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Page 300 801 

Oak 400 401 

Fell .500 501 

Hayes (c) (c) 

Alamo Square 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate A v 1000 1001 

Elm Avenue 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis l.SOO 1301 

O'Farrell (c) (c) 

Geary (c) (c) 

Hamilton Square 



Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Perine Place 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay (c) (c) 

Alta Plaza 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Kegll Place 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 .3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3801 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Pike, see Waverly Place 

Pinckney Place, from N s 

Broadway bet Kearny and 
Dupont, X to Vallejo 
Pine, from junction Market 

and Davis bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia, W to Central Ay 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Davis. ,.2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Sansome 300 301 

Leidesdorfi 

Exchange Place 

Laura Place 

Montgomery 400 401 

Russ Alley 

Belden 

Kearny 500 501 

St, George Alley 

Central Place 

St, Mary 

Bacon Place 

Quincy 

Dupont 600 601 

Sophie Terrace 

Stockton 700 701 

Prospect Place — 

Monroe 

Powell 800 801 

Mason 900 901 

Pine Place 

Tavlor 1000 1001 

Jones 1100 1101 

Touchard Alley 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Larkin 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Xess Avenue 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavla 1900 1901 

Laguna ,'..2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Middle 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2.500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devlsadero 2700 2701 

Broderlck 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon 3000 :3001 

Central Avenue (e^ (e| 

Pine Place (late Jane Place), 
from X s Pine bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Pink Alley, from Pearl bet 

.Market and Thirteenth 
PiOCbe, from junction Silver 
Av and Cambridge W to 
Madison 
Pioche Alley, from N s Sacra- 
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Pioneer Park, bet Mont- 
gomery, Kearny, Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Pioneer Place, from w s 

Fourth bet Market and Jes- 

Plper Alley, from Ecker bet 
Mission and .Jessie 

Pixley Avenue, from W s 
Buchanan bet Filbert and 
Greenwich. W to Stelner 

Platte (South S. F.), see L 
South 

Pleasant, from W s Taylor 
bet Sacramento and Clay, W 
to Jones 

Plumas (South S. F.), from 
the bay bet Mendocino and 
Fresno, W to First Av South 

Pluto, from Masonic Av nr 
ConKress 

Pljanouth (Railroad Home- 
stead, now Plymouth Av) 

Plymouth Avenue (Lake 
view), from Ocean Av S to 
San .Jose Av 

Pljraioutli Avenue (now High- 
land Av). from Mission nr 
West Av E to Holly Park Av 

Pocahontas (Bernal Heights, 
now Moultrie), from North 
Av S to P^nieraUla Av 

Point Lobos Avenue, from 
Central Av at termination of 
Geary, "VV to Forty-eighth Av 

Cross SU. N. S. 

Central Avenue 2 

Josephine 100 

Masonic Avenue 201 

Eugenie 200 

Wood 300 301 

Collins 400 401 

Blake 500 501 

Cook 600 601 

Boyce 700 701 

Parker Avenue 800 801 

Commonwealth Av.. 900 

Johnston Avenue 901 

Jordan Avenue 1000 

Henderson Avenue... 

Michigan Avenue 1100 

First Avenue 1200 1201 

Polk, from N s Market bet 
Larkin and Van Ness Av, N 
to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Market and Fell 2 1 

Hayes 100 101 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 200 201 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 300 301 

Ash Avenue ., 

McAllister 400 401 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 500 501 

Elm Avenue 

Turk 600 601 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 700 701 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 800 801 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 900 901 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1000 1001 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1100 1101 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1200 1201 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1300 1301 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1400 1401 

California 1500 1501 

Sacramento 1600 1601 

Clay ....1700 1701 

Washington 180O 1801 

Jackson 1900 1901 

Pacinc Avenue 2000 2001 

Broadway 2100 2101 

Vallejo 2200 2201 

Bonlta 

Green 2300 2301 



Union 2400 2401 

Filbert 2500 2501 

Greenwich 2600 2601 

Lombard 2700 2701 

Chestnut '..^00 2801 

Francisco 2900 2901 

Bay 3000 3001 

NorthPoint 3100 3101 

Beach 3200 3201 

Jefferson 3300 3301 

Tonquin (o) 3401 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Polk Lane (now Stark), from 
E s Stockton bet Pacific and 
Broadway 

Pollard Place, from N s Val- 
lejo bet Kearny and Dupont 

Pollock (South S. F.), from 
Twenty-fourth Av South nr 
the bay, S W to County Line 

Pomona, from Bay View S to 
Thornton Av 

Fond, from S s Sixteenth bet 
Sanchez and Noe, S to Sev- 
enteenth 

Pope, from Mission nr County 
Line 

Poplar Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and San 
Jose Av, S to Twenty-sixth 

Porter (Bemal Heights), from 
S 8 Crescent Av bet Bache 
and Uoscoe 

Porter Avenue, W of Mission 
nr County Line 

Portola, from S s Waller bet 

Steiner and Pierce. 
Porto Rico (South S. F.), see 

Fortieth Av South 

Portsmouth Square, bet 

Clay, Washington, Kearny, 

and Brenham Place 
Post, from junction Market 

and Montgomery bet Geary 

and Sutter, W to Central Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Montg'y. 2 1 

Lick Place 

Kearny 100 101 

Gardner 

Grant Avenue 200 201 

Stockton 300 301 

Powell 400 401 

Mason 500 501 

Taylor 600 601 

Agate Alley 

William 

Ophir Alley 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Meacham Place 

Post Street Court 

Larkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ness Avenue 1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1301 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavla 1.500 1501 

Laguna 1600 1601 

Buchanan 1700 1701 

Voll Avenue 

Webster 1800 1801 

Fillmore 1900 1901 

Avery 

Stelner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

Devlsadero 2300 230l 

Erkson Court 

Broderick 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon 2600 2601 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Post Office Place, see Custom 
House Place 

Post Street Court, from N s 
Post bet Hyde and Larkin 

Potomac (South S. F.), see R 
South 



Potrero Avenue, from Di- 
vision bet Utah and Hamp- 
shire, S to Army 

Cross fits. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Si.\teenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 4(i0 401 

Mariposa .500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth. 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 (o( 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1:M0 1.301 

Twenty-si.\th 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

Potter (now Twelfth), from S 

8 Market bet Eleventh and 
Brady, S E to Mission 

Powell, from N s Market bet 
Stockton and Mason, N to the 
bay 

Cross Sis. E. w. 

Market and Eddy .... 2 1 

Ellis 100 101 

O'Farrell 200 201 

Geary (o) 301 

Post 400 401 

Sutter 500 501 

Ankeny Place 

Bush 600 601 

Fella Place 

Lily Terrace 

Pine 700 701 

California 800 801 

Sacramento 900 901 

Clay 1000 1001 

Washington 1100 1101 

Jackson 1200 1201 

.John 

Caroline Place 

Pacific 1.300 1301 

Broadway 1400 1401 

Vallejo 1.500 1.501 

Green 1600 1601 

Union (o) 1701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Filbert 1800 1801 

Greenwich 1900 1901 

Lombard 2000 2001 

Chestnut 2100 2101 

Francisco 2200 2201 

Vandewater 

Bay 2.300 2301 

NorthPoint 2400 2401 

Beach 2.500 2.501 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Powell Avenue, from Mission 

nr Twenty-ninth, S E to Cali- 
fornia Av 

Powhattan (Bemal Heights), 
from Holladay Av W to 
North Av 

Pra^e (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from China Av bet 
Munich and Dublin 

Pratt Place, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Precita Avenue (Bemal Heights), 

from junction of Army and 
Bryant W to Mission 

Precita Place (now Precita 
Av) 

Prentiss (Bernal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av S to 
Crescent Av -*■ 

Prescott, see Ohio Place 

Prescott Court, from S s 

Vallejo bet Sansome and 

Montgomery 
President, from Flint N to 

Albany. 
Presidio, from E s Baker bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 



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Presidio Road, from termina- 
tion Central Av through 
Presidio Reservation 

Preston Place(now Converse) , 

from S W s Bryant bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Price Bow, from S s Union 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Priest, from S s Washington 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Prim, from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Princeton (University Home 

stead), from Silver Av S to 

Mausell 

Pringle Court, from N s Green- 
wich bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 

Prospect Avenue (Bemal 
Heifihts), from Coso Av S W 
to Cortland Av 
Prospect Place, from S s Clay 
bet Stockton and Powell, S 
to California 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Clay 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

California (e) (e) 

Prospect Place (Bemal Heights), 
see Ripley 

Prosper, from S s Sixteenth 
bet Sanchez and Noe, S to 
Seventeenth 

Pulaski (Bemal Heights, 
now Prentiss), from Cort- 
land Av bet Banks and Ne- 
vada Av 

Putnam (Bemal Heights), 

from S 8 Cortland Av bet 
Bronte and Nevada Av 

Q, from Tenth Av S of P, W 
to the Ocean 

Q South, from First Av South 
S W to Twenty-third Av 

South 

Quince Alley, from S s Twenty- 
first bet Dolores and Fair 
Oaks. S to Twenty-fourth 

Quincy, from N s Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont, N to 

California 

Quincy Place, see Bacon PI 

Quinn (now Clinton Park), 
from Valencia betThlrteenth 
and Fourteenth 

R, from Tenth Av S of Q, W 
to the ocean 

R South, from Islais S W to 
Twentieth Av South 

Railroad Avenue (Souths. F.), 

from Second Av South S W to 
San Bruno Av 

Railway Avenue, from E s 

Dolores bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth 

Ralston (City Land Ass'n 
Tract). W of San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Ramsell (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Randall (Fairmount Tract), 
from Mission S of Thirtieth 
TV to Palmer 

Randall Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde 

Randolph (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), T\' of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 



Raphael Place, from N s 

O'F'arrell bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Rausch, from S s Howard bet 
Seventh and Eighth, S E to 
Folsom 

Reagan Place, from S s Geary 

bet Powell and Mason 

Redfield Alley, from W s 

Taylor bet Union and Filbert 

Redwood Court, from How- 
ard bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 

Reed, from S s "Washington 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Reed, from New Morse nr 
Curtis. S to Brunswick 

Reed Place, from S s Green 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Regent (West End Tract), 
from S E 8 San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Regli Place, from E s Pierce 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Reservoir, from N s Market 
bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth, W to Church 

Rey, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Rhine, W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Rhode Island, from Eighth 
bet De Haro and Kansas, S to 
Bourbon 

Rice, from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Richland Avenue, from And- 
over Av nr Crescent Av, W 
to San Jose Av 

Richmond (now Halleck) 

Richmond Avenue, from 

Parker Av bet Point Lobos 
Av and California, W to 
First Av 

Richter, W of San Jose Av 

nr San Miguel Station 

Rickard, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr Islais Creek 

Ridley, see Thirteenth 

Riggs, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 

Rincon Avenue, from E s 

Second bet Brannan and 

Townsend 

Rincon Court, from W s Main 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Rincon Place, from S s Harri- 
son bet First and Second, S E 
to Bryant 

Ringold, from W s Eighth 
bet Folsom and Harrison 

Ripley (Bemal Heights), from 
Peralta Av S of Rutledge 
Av, W to Shotwell 

Rltch, from S s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Townsend 

Cross S/s. w. E. 

Folsom 2 1 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Bryant 200 201 

Brannan 300 301 

Townsend (e) (e) 

Rivoli Avenue, from Clayton 
nr Alma Av, W to Stanyan 

Roach, fiom N s Filbert bet 
Taylor and Jones, N to 
Greenwich 



Roanoake (Fairmount Tract), 
from Bemis S E to San Jose 
Av 

Rockland (late Brady Place), 
from E 8 Larkin bet Green 
and Union 

Rodney (now Ecker), from N 
8 Folsom bet First and Sec- 
ond 

Rola Court, from S s Green- 
wich bet Laguna and Bu- 
chanan 

Romain, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth W to Corbett Av 

Roman, from Niagara Av nr 
Huron Av, S W to Mount Ver- 
non Av 

Rondel Place, from S s Six- 
teenth bet Mission and 
Valencia 

Roscoe (Bernal Heights), 
from Crescent Av nr Porter 

Rose Alley, from W s New 
Montgomery bet Jessie and 
Mission 

Rose Avenue, from N s Mar- 
ket bet Haight and Page, W 
to Laguna 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Rose Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Eddy and Ellis 

Rose Terrace, from Twenty- 
fourth nr Dolores 

Rosecrans (Bemal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av S to 
Powhattan 

Roselyon Avenue, from W s 

Fifteenth Av bet California 
and Clement to Sixteenth Av 

Ross Alley, see Stout's Alley 

Rotteck (Spring Valley Homestead), 
W of Mission nr .Silver Av 

Rousseau (Spring Valley 
Homestead), W of Missloa 
nr Silver Av 

Rowland, from S s Broadway 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Rushton Place, from S s 

Brannan bet Third and 

Fourth 
Russ, from S s Minna bet 

Sixth and Seventh, S E to 

Folsom 

Russ Alley, from N s Bush 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
N to Pine 

Russell, from W s Hyde bet 
Green and Union 

Russia Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
nr Persia Av 

Rutland, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Rutledge Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from Holladay Av 
W to Alabama 

S, from Eleventh Av S of K, 
W to the ocean 

S South, from Islais S W to 
Twentieth Av South 

Sacramento, from the bay bet 
California and Clay, W to 
First Av 
Cross Sts. N. 8. 

Market and East 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 



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Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leldesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Webb 

Kearny 700 701 

Dupout 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Oneida Place 

Bfookiyn Place 

Stockton 900 901 

Stephens Cour* 

Prospect Placo 

Miles Place 

Powell 1000 1001 

Hanover Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Verba Buena 

Cusbman 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Lysett Place 

Leroy Place 

Golden Court 

Leavenwortb 1400 1401 

Kimball Place 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkln 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough (o) 2001 

Octavla (o) 2101 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Stelner 2600 2601 

Pierce 270Q 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderlck 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Central Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Sadowa (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Sagamore (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Salem (late Rose), from Cres- 
cent Av S E to Case 
Salinas Avenue (Paul Tract), 

from San Bruno Av E to 

Railroad Av 
Salmon, from N s Pacific 

bet Mason and Taylor, N to 

Broadway 
Salome, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
Salvador (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-second Av South 
Samoset (Bernal Heights), 

from Macedonia N W to Per- 

alta Av 

San Antonio, from w s 

Kearny bet Vallejo and 
Green, and from N s Vallejo 
bet Kearny and Dupont 

San Bruno Avenue, from 

Division bet Utah and Ver- 
mont, S to County Line 

San Carlos Avenue (late 

Jessie), from Sycamore Av 
bet Mission and Valencia, S 
to Twentv-flrst 
San Domingo (South S. F.), 
see Fortv-flrst Avenue South 

San Joaquin (South S. F.), 

see S South 

San Jose Avenue, from S s 

Twenty-second bet Valencia 
and Guerrero, S and S W to 
County Line 



Cross Sts. W. E. 

Twenty-second 2 1 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 100 101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 200 201 

Twenty-fifth 300 301 

Jurl 

Twenty-sixth 400 401 

Army 500 501 

Twenty-seventh 

Duncan 600 

Guerrero 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 700 701 

Day 

Thirtieth 800 801 

San Miguel (late Miguel), 

from S 8 Ocean Av nr San 
Jose Av 

San Miguel Road (now Cor- 

bett Av) 
Sancliez, from S s Thirteenth 

bet Church and Noe, S to 
Palmer 

Cross Sis. W. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Market 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Dorland 

Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Sansome, from N s Market 

bet Battery and Montgomery, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sts E. W. 

Market and Sutter. .. 2 1 

Bush 100 101 

Pine 200 201 

California 300 301 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 401 

Commercial 

Clay 500 501 

Merchant 

Washington 600 601 

Jackson 700 701 

Gold 

Pacific 800 801 

Broadway 900 901 

Vallejo 1000 1001 

Green 1100 1101 

Union 1200 1201 

Alta 

Filbert 1300 1301 

Greenwich 1400 1401 

Lombard 1500 1501 

Chestnut (e) (e) 

Santa Clara (now Seven- 
teenth), from the bay bet 
Sixteenth and Mariposa, W 
to Harrison 

Santa Marina, from Mission 
nr Cortland Av E to Elsie 

Santee (South S. F.), see G 

South 



Saratoga (University Home- 
stead), from La Grande Av 
nr Woolsey 

Saratoga Court, from N s 

Geary bet Hyde and Larkln 

Sargent, W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Saturn from Clara Av N of 

Seventeenth 

Savannah (South S. F.), see 

K South 
Sawyer, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Scheerer Place, from w s 

Mason bet Post and Sutter 

Schiller, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Schneider, E of San Bruno 
Av nr Islals Creek 

Scholl Place, from S s Vallejo 
bet Powell and Mason 

School Alley, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Union andFIlbert 

School House Place, from 

Turk bet Buchanan and 

Webster 
Schuyler (Bernal Heights, 

now Nevada Av), from S s 

Cortland Av bet Putnam and 

Prentiss 
Schwerln, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 

Scotland, from N s Filbert 
bet Powell and Mason, N to 
Montgomery Av 

Scott, from N s Thirteenth bet 
Pierce and Devlsadero, N to 
the bay 

Cross SU; E- W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Lloyd 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Hayes (o) 601 

Grove (o) 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1000 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Geary (o) 1501 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay (o) 2201 

Washington (o) 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3.500 3501 

North Point .^00 .S601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquln 3900 8901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Scott Avenue, from Silver Av 
S E to Thornton Av 

Scott Place, from N s Paciflc 
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Sears, from Shermau Av S W 
to Sickles Av 

Second, from S s Market bet 
First and Third, S E to the 
bay 

Cross Sts. W. E . 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsora 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Sliver 

Bryant 500 501 

Park Lane 

Federal 

South Park 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 601 

Klncon Avenue 

Townsend VOO 701 

King 

Berry (e) (e) 

Second Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J 

Second Avenue South, from 

Islais S E to Water Front 

Selina Place, from N s Cali- 

icrnla bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Seneca Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 

San Miguel 
Serpentine Avenue, from 

Utah nr Twenty-sixth 

Serpentine Place, from Tem- 
ple nr Seventeenth 

Serpentine Road (now Tem- 
ple i. from X s Seventeenth 
"VT of Clara Av 

Servia (South S. F.), see 

Thirteenth Av South 

Seventeenth, from the bay 
bet Sixteenth and Mariposa, 
W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 400 401 

Kentucky 500 501 

Tennessee 600 601 

Minnesota 700 701 

Indiana 800 801 

Iowa 900 901 

Pennsylvania Av 1000 1001 

Mississippi 1100 1101 

Texas 1200 1201 

Missouri 1300 1301 

Connecticut 1400 1401 

Arkansas 1500 1501 

Wisconsin 1600 1601 

Carolina 1700 1701 

De Haro 1800 1801 

Rhode Island 1900 1901 

Kansas 2000 2001 

Vermont 2100 2101 

San Bruno Avenue.. .2200 2201 

Utah 2;30fJ 2301 

Potrero Avenue 2400 2401 

Hampshire '2500 2.^01 

York 2600 2601 

Bryant 2700 2701 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2900 2901 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

Hoff Avenue 

Valencia 3400 3401 

Albion Avenue 

Dearborn 

Guerrero 3500 3501 

Dolores 3600 3601 

Alemany 

'•Church 3700 3701 



Dehon 

Hardy 

Sanchez 3800 3801 

Prosper 

Pond 

Noe 3900 3901 

Market 

Castro 4000 4001 

Colllngwood 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Eureka 

Douglass 4200 4201 

Clara Avenue 4300 4301 

Seventeenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Seventeenth Avenue South, 

from Islais Creek S E to 

Water Front 
Seventh, from S s Market 

bet Sixth and Eighth. S E 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Drury Lane 

Cleveland 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Belmont Place 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Seventh Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to N 

Seventh Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water Front 

Seward, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth. X W to Eagle 

Seymour Avenue, from Golden 

Gate Av bet Scott and De- 
visadero, X to Turk 

Shakespeare (now Glad- 
stone), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Shakespeare (Bernal Heights), 
from Isabel S to Rutledge Av 

Sharon, from Fifteenth bet 
Church and Sanchez 

Sharp Place, from S s Union 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Shasta (now Twenty-first), 
from the bay bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-second, W to Po- 
trero Av 

Shaw Alley (late Sullivan 
Alley), from S s Mission bet 
First and Second to Minna 

Sheppard Place, from E s 

Mason bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 

Sheridan, from E s Tenth bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Sherman, from S s Folsom 
bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 
to Harrison 

Sherman Avenue (West End 
Tract), from S E s San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Sherwood Place, from E s 

Third bet Missionand Howard 
Shields (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Ship (South S.F.),from Fifth 

Av South nr the bay, S W Co 

County Line 
Shipley, from Elizabeth PI 

bet Folsom and Harrison, 

S W to Sixth 



Cross Sis. N. s. 

Elizabeth Place 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Short, from Eagle to Falcon 
Av 

Shotwell, from S s Fourteenth 
bet Folsom and Howard, S to 
Esmeralda Av 

Cross Sis. w. E. 

Fourteenth 2 1 

Fifteenth 100 101 

Sixteenth 200 201 

Seventeenth 300 301 

Eighteenth 400 401 

Xlneteenth 5fK) 501 

Twentieth 600 601 

Twenty-first 700 701 

Twenty-second 800 801 

Twenty-third 900 901 

Twenty-fourth 1000 1001 

Twenty-fifth 1100 1101 

Twenty-sixth 1200 1201 

Army 1300 1301 

Shrader, from Fulton bet Cole 
and Stanyan, S to Frederick 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Beulah 

Frederick (e) (e) 

Sickles Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Sierra (now Twenty-second), 
from the bay bet Twenty- 
first and Humboldt, W to 
Potrero Av 

Silllman (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
S of Silver Av 

Silver, from W s Second bet 
Harrison and Bryant, S W to 
Fourth 

Silver Alley, from Falcon Av 
to Lincoln Av 

Silver Avenue, from Six- 
teenth Av South S W to San 
Bruno Av, thence W to 
Mission 

Silver Star Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Battery and San- 
some 
Simpson Place, from W s 
First bet Harrison and Bry- 
ant 
Sixteenth, from the bay 
bet Fifteenth and Seven- 
teenth, W to Ashbury 
CrossSts. N. S. 

Illinois 100 101 

Kentucky 200 201 

Tennessee 300 301 

Minnesota 400 401 

Indiana 500 501 

Iowa 600 601 

Pennsylvania Av 700 701 

Mississippi 800 801 

Texas 900 901 

Missouri 1000 1001 

Connecticut 1100 1101 

Arkansas 1200 1201 

Wisconsin 1300 1301 

Carolina 1400 1401 

DeHaro 1500 1501 

Rhode Island 1600 1601 

Kansas 1700 1701 

Vermont 1800 1801 

San Bruno Avenue. . . 1900 1901 

Utah 2000 2001 

Potrero Avenue 2100 2101 

Hampshire 2200 2201 

York 2300 2301 



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i Florida 2500 2501 

Alabama 2600 2601 

: Harrison 2700 2701 

•! Treat Avenue 

: Folsom 2800 2801 

Shotwell 

Howard 2900 2901 

Capp 

Mission 3000 3001 

Llda Place 

1 Hoff Avenue 

Julian Avenue 

; Rondel Place 

i Caledonia Alley 

: Valencia 3100 3101 

i Albion Avenue 

i Guerrero 3200 3201 

! Grant Alley 

J Dolores 3300 3301 

I Church 3400 3401 

i Dehon 

I Hardy 

Sanchez 3500 3501 

' Prosper 

Pond 

' Market 

i Noe 3600 3601 

, Castro 3700 3701 

Douglass 3800 3801 

iizteenth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 

Sixteenth Avenue South, 

from S South S E to Water 
Front 

'Sixth, from S s Market bet 
Fifth and Seventh, S E 

7roM Sis. W. E. 

; Market 2 1 

. Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Shipley 

Clara 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townseud 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Sixth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to K 
Sixth Avenue South, from 

Islals S E to Water Front 
Solano (now Eighteenth), 

from the bay bet Mariposa 

and Nineteenth 
Somerset from S s Silver Av 

W of Goettfngen 
Sonoma (now Twenty-fourth), 

from the bay bet Twenty- 
; third and Twenty-Hfth, W to 

Potrero Av 

Sonoma Place (now San An- 

' toniu), from N s Vallejo bet 

Kearny and Dupont 
Sonora, from N s Green bet 

Kearny and Dupont, N to 

Union 

Sophie Terrace, from N s 

Pine bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

South, from the bay nr Hub- 
bell S W to Sixteenth 

South Avenue, E of Mission 
from Crescent Av to Holly 
Park Av 

South Broderick, from junc- 
tion Bueua Vista Av and 
Thirteenth W of Alpine 

South California, see Cali- 
fornia South. 



South Park, from W s Second 
bet Hrvautand Brannan, SW 
to Third 

South Park Alley, from E s 
Third bet Bryant and Bran- 
nan 
Spear, from S s Market bet 
Steuart and Main, S E to the 
bay 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Spencer Place, from N s 
Sixteenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 

Spoffordr from N s Clay bet 
Dupont and Stockton, N to 
Washington 

Spreckels, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Spreckels Avenue (Sunnyside), 
from Circular Av W 

Spring, from S s California 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Springdale (Spring Valley 
Homestead), from W s Mis- 
sion S of Bosworth 
Spruce, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Locust and Maple, 
S to California 
Cross S/s. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation, 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

St. Charles Place, from E s 

Kearny bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
St. Francis (South S. F.), see 

T South 
St. George Alley, from N s 

Bush bet Kearny and Dupont, 
N to Pine 

St. Germain Avenue (Claren- 
don Heights), from Stanyan 
Nof Twentieth 

St. John (South S. F.), see 
P South 

St. Joseph's Avenue, from N 

s Turk bet Broderick and 
Baker, N to Geary 

St. Lawrence (South S. F.), 
see B South 

St. Louis Alley, from S s 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

St. Mary, from N s Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont, N to 
California 

St. Mary's Avenue, from W s 

Mission S of Crescent Av 
St. Rose's Avenue, from Ma- 
sonic Av S of Point Lobos 
Av 
St. Thomas (South S. F.),see 

Fifth Av South 
St. Vincent, see Vincent 
Standish (Bernal Heights, 
now Peralta Av), from Es- 
meralda Av S to Powhattan 
Stanford, from S s Brannan 
bet Second and Third, S E to 
Townsend 

Stanford Heights Avenue 

(Stanford Heights), from 
Twenty-fifth S to Thirty- 
second 
Stanley (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 



Stanly Court, from E s Stan- 
ly Place bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Stanly Place, from S s Harri- 
son bet First and Second, SE 
to Bryant 

Stanton, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth to Falcon Av 

Stanyan, from Fulton W of 
Shrader S to extension of 
Twentieth 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Fulton 2 (o) 

Grove 100 

Hayes 200 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 

Page .500 

Haight 600 

Waller 700 

Beulah 

Frederick 800 801 

Carl 900 901 

Parnassus Avenue... 1000 1001 

Stanyan Avenue (Stanford 

Heights), from Twenty-fifth 
S to Thirty-second 

Star (Bernal Heights), from 
Macedonia to Peralta Av 

Stark (late Polk Lane), from 
E 8 Stockton bet Pacific and 
Broadway 

States, from W s Castro bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Stelner, from N s Thirteenth 
bet Fillmore and Pierce, N to 
the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Hermann 100 

Germania Avenue . . . 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Haight 300 301 

Page 400 401 

Oak 500 501 

Fell 600 601 

Hayes 700 (o) 

Grove 800 (o) 

Fulton 900 901 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Ellis 1400 1401 

O'Farrell 1.500 1501 

Elliot Park 

Geary 1600 (o) 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wildey Avenue 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Ferine Place 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2300 (o) 

Washington 2400 (o) 

Jackson 2500 2501 

Pacific A venue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2?00 270i 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Plxley Avenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut 3igD 3401 

Francisco 3500 3501 

Bay 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquin 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Stephens Court, from S s 

Sacramento bet Stockton and 
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Steuart, from S s Market bet 
East South and Spear, S E to 
the bay 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mlsston 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison (e) (e) 

Steuben (late York), from 
iKlals Cteek to San Bruno 
Av 

Steveloe Place, from E s Jones 

bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Stevens Alley, from S s 

Broadway bet Battery and 
Sansome 

Stevenson, from W s First 

bet Market and Jessie, S W 
to Fourteenth 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Ecker 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery ... (c) (c) 

Annie 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (c) (c) 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 501 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth TOO TOl 

Ninth 800 801 

Tenth (c) (c) 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Twelfth 1100 1101 

Bradv 1200 1201 

Hermann 1300 1301 

Thirteenth 1400 1401 

Fourteenth (e) (e) 

Stevenson Avenue, from E s 

Valencia bet Market and 
Hermann 
Stockton, from N s Market 
bet Grant Av and Powell, N 
to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market aed Ellis 2 1 

O'Farrell 100 101 

Geary 200 (o) 

Union Square Avenue 

Post 300 301 

Stockton Place 

Sutter 400 401 

Bush 500 501 

Emma 

Pine 600 601 

California 700 701 

Emmet Place 

Sacramento 800 801 

Clay 900 901 

Washington 1000 1001 

Jackson 1100 1101 

Pacific 1200 1201 

Stark 

Broadway 1300 1301 

Vallejo 1400 1401 

Card Alley 

Montgomery Avenue 

Green 1500 1501 

Union 1600 1601 

Filbert 1700 1701 

Greenwich.... 1800 1801 

Lombard 1900 1901 

Chestnut 2000 2001 

P/elffer 

Francisco 2100 2101 

Bay 2200 2201 

North Point 2300 2301 

Beach 2400 2401 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Stockton Place, from w s 

Grant Av bet Post and Sut- 
ter, W to Stockton 

Stone, from N s Washington 
bet Stockton and Powell, N 
to Jackson 

Stoneman (Bernal Heights), 
from Shotwell nr Hlpley to 
Folsom 



Stout's Alley, from N s 
Washington bet Dupont and 
Stockton, N to Jackson 

Strlngliani, E of San Bruno 
Av nr Islais Creek 

Sullivan (now Parnassus Av) , 
from Clayton bet Carl and 
Grattan 

Sullivan Alley, from N s 

Jackson bet Dupoirt and 
Stockton, N to Pacific 

Sumatra (South S. F.), see 
Seventeenth Av South 

Summer, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Pine and Cali- 
fornia, W to Kearny 

Sumner, from S s Howard 
bet Seventh and Eighth, to 
Clementina 

Sunny Court, from S s Geary 
bet Buchanan and "Webster 

Sunnydale Avenue, W of San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 
Sunnyslde Avenue (Sunny- 
side), from Circular Av "W 
to Hamburg 

Sunset Avenue, from Wood- 
land Av N to Parnassus Av 

Sunshine Court, from E s 
Eighth bet Howard and Fol- 
som 

Surrey, from W s Castro nr 
Chenery 

Sussex (late Kent),-from W s 
Castro nr Bemls 

Susquehanna (South s. F.), 

see N South 
Sutter, from junction Market 

and Sansome bet Post and 

Bush, W to Central Av 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Sansome 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Trinity 

Lick Place 

Kearny 200 201 

Clara Lane 

Grant Avenue 300 301 

Stockton 400 401 

Powell 500 501 

Delaware Court 

Mason 600 601 

Taylor TOO 701 

Jones 800 801 

Leavenworth 900 901 

Hyde 1000 1001 

Larkln 1100 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

Van Ness Avenue. . . .1300 1301 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Gough 1500 1501 

Octavla 1600 1601 

Laguna 1700 1701 

Sutter Place 

Buchanan 1800 1801 

Webster 1900 1901 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Steiner 2100 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott 2300 2301 

Devlsadero 2400 2401 

Broderlck 2500 2501 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon 2700 2701 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Sutter Place, timn N s Sutter 

bet Laguurt aud Buchanan 
Swan, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 

Sweeney, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr Islais Creek 

Sweet, from N s Broadway 
bet Tavlor and Jones, N to 
Vallejo 

Sycamore Avenue (late Wil- 
low I, from W s Mission bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 
W to Valencia 



T, from Twelfth Av S of S, W 

to the ocean 
T South, from Schneider S W 

to Tenth Av South 

Tacoma Avenue, from w s 

Fifteenth Av bet Point 
Lobos Av and Clement to 
Sixteenth Av 
Tahiti (South S. F.), see 
Forty-sixth Av South 

Talbert, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 

Tallapoosa (South S. F.), see 

F South 
Tara, W of San Jose Av nr 

San Miguel 
Tay, from S s Clay bet Powell 

and Mason 

Taylor, from N s Market bet 
Mason and Jones,N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Market and Golden 

Gate Avenue 2 1 

Turk 100 101 

Eddy 200 201 

Rose Place 

Ellis 300 301 

O'Farrell 400 401 

Geary 500 501 

Derby Place 

Adelaide Place 

Taylor Place 

Post 600 601 

Lewis Place 

Becker Place 

Sutter 700 TOl 

Bush 800 801 

Mulford Alley 

Pine 900 901 

VillaPlace 

California 1000 1001 

Sacramento 1100 1101 

Pleasant 

Clay 1200 1201 

Washington 1300 1301 

Jackson 1400 1401 

Pacific 1500 1501 

Bernard 

Broadway 1600 1601 

Falcon Place 

Vallejo ITOO 1701 

Green 1800 1801 

Lincoln 

Union 1900 1901 

Lick 

Taylor Terrace 

Filbert '2000 2001 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2100 2101 

Lombard 2'200 'i'iOl 

Montgomery Avenue 

Chestnut 2300 2301 

Water 

Francisco 2400 2401 

Vandewater 

Bay '2500 '2501 

NorthPoint 2600 '2601 

Beach '2700 2701 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Taylor Place, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Geary and Post 

Taylor Terrace, from E s 

Taylor bet Union and Fil- 
bert 
Tehama, from W s First bet 
Howard and Clementina, S W 
to Ninth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Maiden Alley 

Second 100 101 

Third '200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth (c) (c) 

Seventh (c) (c) 

Eighth TOO TOl 

Ninth (e) (e) 

Tehama Place, from E s First 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Telegraph (West End Tract), 
from Mission nr County Line 



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alegraph Place, from N s 

Grecawich bet Kearny and 

Dupout 
emple, E of San Bruno Av 

III- County Line 
emple (late Serpentine 

Knad), from X s Seven- 

tt-rnth W of Clara Av 

enerlffe (South S. F.), see 

Fifteenth Av South 
ennessee, from South bet 

Kentucky and Minnesota, S 

to Tulare 
entb, from S s Market bet 

Ninth and Eleventh, S E to 

Division 
ross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Warren Avenue 

Folsom 300 301 

Sheridan 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Division (e) (e) 

enth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservatlou S to R 
Bnth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water Front 
evls, from S s King bet 

Third and Fourth 
BVls (South S. F.). from Wa- 
ter Front S W to County Line 
ezas, from Sixteenth bet 

Mississippi and Missouri, S to 

Tulare 
heodore Alley, from S s 

Vallejo bet Stockton and 

Powell 

heresa (Academy Tract), 
from N W s Mission bet Ting- 
ley and Cotter 
hlrd, from S s Market bet 
Second and Fourth, S E to 
the bay 
ross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Sherwood Place 

Natoma 

Hunt 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Verona Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Perry 

Silver 

Bryant 500 501 

Park Lane 

South Park 

South Park Alley 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel (e) (e) 

Mrd Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to J 

bird Avenue South, from 

Islals S E to Water Front 

'hlrteenth, from Harrison 

bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, 

N W and W to Buena Vista Av 

ross Sts. N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Bernlce . 

Treat Avenue 

l8is 

Folsom 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Frankfort Avenue . . . 

Mission 300 301 



Jessie 

Stevenson 

Valencia 400 401 

Elgin Park Avenue.. 

Pearl 

Guerrero 500 501 

Market 

Buchanan 600 

Dolores 601 

Church 700 701 

Fillmore 

Belcher 

Sanchez 801 

Stelner. 800 

Walter 

Pierce 900 

Noe 901 

Scott 1000 

Castro 1001 

Devisadcro 1100 

Alpine 

South Broderick 

Buena Vista Avenue, (e) (e) 

Thirteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to U 

Thirteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 
Water Front 

Thirtieth, from W s Mission 
S of Twenty-ninth, W to Fow- 
ler Av 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Mission 2 1 

San Jose Avenue 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Chenery 

Church 300 

Dame 

Whitney 

Snnchez 400 401 

Harper 

Noe 500 501 

Laidley 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 

Thirtieth Avenue, from the 

ocean S to X 

Thirtieth Avenue South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-eighth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-eighth Av South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-fifth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-fifth Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 

County Line 
Thirty-first, from Lincoln Av 

W to Fowler Av 
Thirty-first Avenue, from the 

ocean S to X 

Thirty-first Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 
Thirty-fourth, from Lincoln 
Av S of Thirtv-third 

Thirty-fourth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-fourth Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 
Thirty-ninth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-ninth Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 
Thirty-second, from Lincoln 

Av W to Fowler Av 

Thirty-second Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Thirty-second Av South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-seventh Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 



Thirty-seventh Av South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-sixth Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-third, from Lincoln 
Av W to Stanford Heights Av 

Thirty-third Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-third Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 

Thompson Avenue, from S s 

Brannan bet Second and 
Third 
Thornton (City Land Associ- 
ation Tract), W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Thornton Avenue (Silver 

Terrace), from W s Railroad 

Av nr Twentieth Av South, 

W to San Bruno Av 
Thrift (Railroad Homestead), 

W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Tiffany Avenue, from Valen- 
cia nr junction Mission, S W 

to Twenty-ninth 
Tiffany Place (late Churchill 

Court), from W s Mission nr 

Twenty-ninth 
Tilden. from Castro nr Fifth- 

teenth 
Tillman Alley, from W s 

Grant Av bet Sutter and 

Stockton Place 

Tingley (Academy Tract), 
from N W 8 Mission nr Silver 
Av 

Tobago (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-fourth Av South 

Tobin (now Sunnydale Ave- 
nue), from W s San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Tomasa (Bernal Heights), 
from Peralta Av S E to Hol- 
laday Av 

Tombigbee (South S. F.), see 
Q South 

Tonningsen Place (late 

Bowles Place), from N s 
Howard bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth 

Tonquin, from W s Larkin 
bet JeiTerson and Lewis, W 
to Presidio Reservation 

Torrens Court, from N s Clay 
bet Hyde and Larkin 

Touchard Alley, from S s 
Pine bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Townsend, from the bay bet 
Brannan and King, S W to 
Eighth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Japan 

Second 100 101 

Stanford 

Hammond Place 

Clarence Place 

Third 200 201 

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Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 501 

Gilbert 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth (e) (e) 

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son bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
Treat Avenue, from S s Thir- 
teenth bet Folsom and Harri- 
son, S to Ripley 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 TOl 

Twentv-flrst 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twentv-third 1000 1001 

TwentV-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

T wenty-slxth 1300 1301 

Army 1400 1401 

Tremont Avenue, from S s 
Waller bet Ashbury and 
Clayton 
Trent Alley, from N s Twenty- 
fourth bet Dolores and Chat- 
tanooga 
Trenton (late Virginia), from 
X s Washington bet Stockton 
and Powell, X to Pacific 
Trinidad (South S. F.), see 

Seventh Av South 
Trinity, from N s Sutter bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Bush 
Troy Place, from W s Hyde 

bet Sacramento and Clay 
Truett, from W s Mason bet 

Clay and Washington 
Trumbull (College Home- 
stead), from E s Mission ur 
Silver Av 
Tulare, from the bay along N 
s Islais Creek, W to Orleans 
Tulip Alley, from Russ bet 

Howard and Minna 

Turk, from Junction Market 

and Mason bet Golden Gate 

Av and Eddy, W to First Av 

Cros.1 S/s. N. S. 

Market and Mason... 2 1 

Margaret Court 

Taylor 100 101 

.Jones 200 201 

Leavenworth 300 301 

Hyde 400 401 

Marye Terrace 

Dodge 

Larktn 500 501 

Polk 600 601 

Van Ness Avenue . . . 700 701 

Franklin 800 801 

Gough (c) (c) 

.Jefferson Square 

Laguna 1100 1101 

Buchanan 1200 1201 

Webster 1:300 l;»l 

Fillmore 1400 1401 

Stelner 1500 1501 

Pierce 1600 1601 

Scott 1700 1701 

Seymour Avenue . . . . 

Devisadero 1800 1801 

Broderlck 1900 1901 

St. .Joseph's Avenue. 

Baker (o) 2001 

Lyon (o) 2101 

Central Avenue (o) 2201 

Masonic Avenue 2300 (o) 

Wood 2400 (o) 

Collins 2500 (o) 

Blake 2600 (o) 

Cook 2700 (o) 

Boyce 2800 (o) 

Parker Avenue (o) 2901 

North Stanyan 3001 

North Willard 3100 3101 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Twelfth, from S s Market 
bet Eleventh and Brady S E 
to Harrison 



Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Glen Park Avenue .. 

Howard 200 201 

Klssling 

Folsom 300 301 

Isis 

Bernlce 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Twelfth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to T 

Twelfth Avenue South, from 

Islais Creek S E to Water 
Front 

Twentieth, from the bay bet 
Nineteenth and Twenty-first, 
W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 600 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av.... 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut 1600 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsin 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

DeHaro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

San Bruno Avenue. . .2400 2401 

Utah 2500 2501 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2700 2701 

York 2800 2801 

Bryant 2900 2901 

Florida 3000 3001 

Alabama 3100 3101 

Harrison 3200 3201 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3300 3301 

Shotwell . 

Howard 3400 3401 

Capp 

Mission 3500 3501 

San Carlos Avenue . 
Lexington Avenue.. 

Valencia 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Hartford 

Castro 4200 4201 

Colllngwood 4300 4301 

Diamond 4400 4401 

Eureka 4500 4501 

Douglass 4600 4601 

Twentieth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 

Twentieth Avenue South, 

from Elmira S E to A South 

Twenty-eighth, from W s 

Guerrero bet Duncan and 
Valley, W to Fowler Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Guerrero 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 301 

Xoe 400 401 

Castro 500 501 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoffman .\venue ... 800 801 

Bellevue 900 901 

Twenty-eighth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-eighth Av South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 



Twenty-fifth, from the bay 

bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth, W to Corbett 

Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 800 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 



Minnesota 1100 

Indiana 1200 

Iowa 1300 



1101 
1201 
1301 



Pennsylvania Av.... 1400 1401 

Mississippi 1500 1501 

Texas 1600 1601 

Missouri 1700 1701 

Connecticut 1800 1801 

Arkansas 1900 1901 

W^lsconsin 2000 2001 

Carolina 2100 2101 

DeHaro 2200 2201 

Rhode Island 2300 2301 

Kansas 2400 2401 

Vermont 2500 2501 

San Bruno Avenue . 2600 2601 

Utah 2700 2T01 

Potrero Avenue 2300 2801 

Hampshire 

York 2900 2901' 

Bryant 

Florida 3000 3001 1 

Alabama 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Balmy 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201( 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 33011 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3500 3501 

San Jose Avenue 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Vicksburg 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 43W 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Twenty-fifth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-fifth Avenue South, i 

from Thornton Av S E to 
Water Front 

Twenty-first, from the bay 
bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
second, Vf to View Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 600 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av... 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 KlOl 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut 1600 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsin 1800 ISOl 

Carolina 19(» 1901 

DeHaro 200d 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

San Bruno Avenue . 2400 2401 

Utah 2.500 2501 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant ^„, 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3000 8001 

Shotwell 

Howard 3100 3101 



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Mission 3200 3201 

San Carlos Avenue.. 

Bartlett 

Lexington Avenue.. 

Valencia 3300 3301' 

Guerrero 3400 3401 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3500 3501 

Chattanooga 

Church 3600 3601 

Sanchez 37(J0 3701 

Noe 3800 3801 

Castro 3900 3901 

CoIUngwood 4000 4001 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Eureka 4200 4201 

Douglass 43UO 4301 

Twenty-first Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-first Avenue South, 

from .Sliver Av S E to A 
South 

Twenty-fourth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-atth, W to Corbett Av 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois 700 701 

Kentucky 800 801 

Tennessee 900 901 

Minnesota 1000 1001 

Indiana 1100 1101 

Iowa 1200 1201 

Pennsylvania Av . . . 1300 1301 

Mississippi 1400 1401 

Texas 1500 1501 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut 1700 1701 

Arkansas 1800 1801 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

I>e Haru 2100 2101 

Rhode Island 2200 2201 

Kansas 2300 2301 

Vermont 2400 2401 

San Bruno Avenue.. 2500 2501 

Utah 2600 2601 

Potrero Avenue ... 2700 2701 

Hampshire 

York 2300 2801 

Bryant 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Balmy 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue.... 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3400 3401 

San , Jose Avenue 3500 3501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Chattanooga 

Church 3800 3801 

Vicksburg 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Margary 

Noe 4000 4001 

Castro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4201 

Douglass 4300 4301 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-fourth Av South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
Water Front 

Twenty-ninth, from W s 

Mission bet Valley and Day, 
W to Fowler Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Mission 2 1 

Tiffany Avenue 

San Jose Avenue 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 



Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-ninth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-ninth Av South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 

Twenty-second, from the bay 
bet Twenty-tirst and Hum- 
boldt, W to View Av 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois 600 601 

Kentucky. 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av. . . 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut 1600 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsin 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

De Haro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

San Bruno Avenue.. 2400 (o) 

Utah 2.500 (o) 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3000 3001 

Shotwell 

Howard 3100 3101 

Capp 

Mission 3200 3201 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3300 3301 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero 3400 3401 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3500 3501 

Chattanooga 

Church- 3600 3601 

Vicksburg 

Sanchez 3700 3701 

Noe 3800 aSOl 

Castro 3900 3901 

CoIUngwood 

Diamond 4000 4001 

Eureka 4100 4101 

Douglass 4200 4201 

Twenty-second Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-second Av South, 

from Silver Av S E to A 
South 

Twenty-seventh, from w s 

San Jose Av bet Army and 
Duncan, W to Fowler Av 
Cress Sis. N. S. 

San .Jose Avenue ... 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-seventh Av South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
County Line 

Twenty-sixth, from the bay 

bet Twenty-fifth and Army, 
W to Fowler Av 



Cross Sis. N. s. 

Illinois 800 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota iiOO 1101 

Indiana 1200 1201 

Iowa i:j00 1.301 

Pennsylvania Av . . . 1100 1401 

Mississippi 1500 1301 

Texas 1600 1601 

Missouri iroo 1701 

Connecticut ISOO ISOl 

Arkansas 1900 1901 

Wisconsin 2000 2001 

Carolina 2100 2101 

De Haro 2200 2201 

Rhode Island 2300 2301 

Kansas 2400 2401 

Vermont 2500 2.501 

SanBruno Avenue.. 2600 2601 

Utah 2700 2^01 

Potrero Avenue 2800 2801 

Hampshire 

York 2900 2901 

Bryant 

Florida 3000 3001 

Alabama 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 .3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3500 3501 

San Jose Avenue... 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 38OO 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 42(X» 4201 

Diamond 4:300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Twenty-Sixth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-Sixth Av South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
Water Front 

Twenty-third, from the bay 
bet Humboldt and Twenty- 
fourth, W to Corbett Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 700 701 

Kentucky 800 801 

Tennessee 900 901 

Minnesota 1000 1001 

Indiana llOO 1101 

Iowa 1200 1201 

Pennsylvania Av. .. 1300 1301 

Mississippi 1400 1401 

Texas 1500 1501 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut 1711O 1701 

Arkansas 1800 1801 

AVlsconsln 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

De Haro 2100 2101 

Rhode Island 2200 2201 

Kansas 2.300 2:i01 

Vermont 2400 2401 

San Bruno Avenue., (o) 2.501 

Utah (o) 2601 

Potrero Avenue 2700 2701 

Hampshire 

York 2800 2801 

Bryant 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Treat Avenue -^ 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3400 3401 

San Jose Avenue . . 3500 3.501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

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Dolores 3700 3701 

Chattanooga 

Church 3800 3801 

Yicksburg 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Margary 

Noe 4000 4001 

Castro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4^01 

Eureka 

Douglass 4.300 4301 

Twenty-tMrd Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-third Avenue South, 

from Q South S E to A South 

Twin Peaks Avenue (Stan- 
ford Heights), from Twenty- 
fifth S to Thirty-third 

Tyler, see Golden Gate Av 

U, from Thirteenth Av S of T, 
■yv to the ocean 

Unadilla Avenue, from San 
.Jose Av nr San Miguel 

Union, from the bay bet 
Green and Filbert, W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation 

Cross Ste. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 201 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 301 

Vincent 

Kearny 400 401 

Filbert Place 

Sonora 

Varennes 

Lafayette Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Bannam Place 

Cadell Alley 

Jasper Place 

Union Place 

Graham Place 

Stockton (o) 601 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Powell TOO 701 

August Alley 

Mason 80O 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Marion Place 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

SharpPlace 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Allen 

West End Alley 

Moore 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van >f ess Avenue 1.500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough I'OO 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Olive Court 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadcro 2600 2601 

Broderlck 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Union Avenue (Bemal Heights), 

fnjm San Bruno Av W to 

Andover Av 
Union Place, from N s Green 

bet Dupont and Stockton, N 

to Union 
Union Square, bet Geary, 

Post, Stockton and Powell 

Union Square Avenue (late 

Morton) from W s Kearny 
bet Geary and Post, W to 
Stockton 



University (Univeisitj Homestead) , 
from Silver Av S to Mansell 

Upper Terrace, from Olym- 
pus nr Seventeenth N" E 

Uranus, from S s Seventeenth 
bet Mars and Ashbury 

Uruguay (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-eighth Av South 

Utah, from Division bet Ne- 
braska and Potrero Av, S to 
Army 

V, from Fourteenth Av S of 
U, W to the ocean 

Valencia, from S s Market 
bet Mission and Guerrero, S 
to Mission 

Cross S/s. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson Avenue. . . 

Hermann 100 101 

Thirteenth 200 201 

Clinton Park 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 300 301 

Fifteenth 400 401 

Sixteenth 500 501 

Seventeenth 600 601 

Clarion Alley 

Sycamore Avenue ... 

Eighteenth 700 701 

Nineteenth 800 801 

Cumberland Place... 

Twentieth 900 901 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 1000 1001 

Hill 

Twenty-second 1100 1101 

T wentv-third 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1301 

Twenty-fifth 1400 1401 

Twenty-sixth 1500 1501 

Army 

Tiffany Avenue 

Mission (e) (e) 

Vallejo, from the bay bet 
Broadway and Green, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Davis and East North 2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Flint Alley 

Sansome 300 301 

Prescott Court 

Hall Alley 

Hodge's Alley 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 401 

Kearny 500 501 

San Antonio 

Pinckney Place 

Pollard Place 

Margaret Place 

Dupont 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Vallejo Place 

Stockton 700 701 

Vulcan Lane 

Theodore Alley 

Church Avenue 

Wheelock Place 

Powell 800 801 

Washoe Place 

O'Connell Place 

Mason 900 901 

Vallejo Terrace 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Sweet 

Florence Place 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Hyde 1300 1301 

White 

Larkln 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1600 IWl 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavla 1900 1901 

Laguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 210O 2101 



Webster 2200 2201 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devisadero 2700 2701 

Broderlck 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Vallejo Avenue, from N s 
Vallejobet Powell and Mason 

Vallejo Place, from S s Val- 
lejo bet Montgomery Av and 
Stockton 

Vallejo Terrace, fiom S s 

Vallejo bet Mason and Tay- 
lor 
Valley, from W s San Jose 
Av bet Twenty-eighth and 
Twenty-ninth, to Fowler Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 301 

Noe 400 401 

Castro 500 501 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass 700 701 

Valparaiso, from "W s Mason 
bet Filbert and Greenwich, 
W to Taylor and from Roach 
to .Jones 
Van Buren, W of Diamond 
from Sussex S to Surrey 

Van Ness Avenue, from S s 

Market bet Polk and Frank- 
lin, N to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Oak 2 1 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 100 101 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 200 201 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 300 301 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 400 401 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 500 501 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 600 601 

Elm Avenue 

Turk 700 701 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 800 801 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 900 901 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell. 1000 1001 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1100 1101 

Cedar Avenue — - 

Post 1200 1201 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1300 1301 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1400 1401 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1500 1501 

California 1600 1601 

Sacramento 1700 liOl 

Clay 1^00 ISOl 

Washington 1900 1901 

Jackson 2000 2001 

Pacific Avenue 2100 2101 

Broadway 2200 2201 

Vallejo 2300 2301 

Bonlta —- 

Green 2400 2401 

Union 2.500 2.501 

Filbert 'iH^ 2t;01 

Greenwich 2700 2701 

Lombard 2S(W 2S01 

Chestnut 2900 2'.K)1 

Francisco 3000 3001 

Bay 3100 (o) 

NorthPoint 3200 (o) 

Bench 3300 (o) 

JeiTerson 3400 (o) 

Tonquin 3500 (o) 

Lewis (e) (e) 

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'andewater, from W s Pow- 
ell bet Francisco and Bay, W 
to Taylor 

'arennes, from N s Union 
bet Kearny and Dupont, N to 
Filbert 

'assalboro, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

'assar Place, from S s Har- 
rison bet Second and Third 

'asserot Place, from S s 

Geary bet Hyde and Larkin 

enard Alley, from S s Chest- 
nut bet Powell and Mason 

'enezuela (South S. F.), see 
Sixth Av South 

'enus (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av to Williams Av 

'er Mehr, from E s Kearny 
bet Post and Sutter 

ermont, from Division bet 
Kansas and Nebraska, S to 
Islais Creek 

ermont (South S. F.), see 
Conkling 

'emon (City Land Associ- 
ation Tract), "W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

emon Place, from Haw- 
thorne bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

erona Place, from E s Third 

bet Folsom and Harrison 

'Icksburg, from S s Twenty- 
second bet Church and San- 
chez S to Twenty-fifth 

Ictor (late White's Place), 
from S 8 Bryant bet Seventh 
and Eighth 

Ictoria (City Land Associ- 
ation Tract), W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

'ienna (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon Av 

lew Avenue, from Remain 
bet Douglass and Falcon Av 

'Ilia Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Pine and California 

'incent, from N s Green bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Union 

'Irgil Alley, from S s Twenty- 
llfth bet Howard and Shot- 
well 

'irginia, from the bay bet 
Ohio and New York, S to 
First Av South 

'^irginia Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from E s Mission nr 
Thirtieth 

'irginla Court (late Virginia 
Place), from W s Dupont bet 
Pine and California 

Virginia Place, from N s Pa- 
cific bet Stockton and Powell, 
N to Broadway 

Isltacion Avenue, from San 
Bruno Av nr County Line 

^oll Avenue, from N s Post 
bet Buchanan and Webster 

rolney AUey, see Elizabeth 
Place 

^on Sclunidt (South S. F.), 

from Water Front S W to 
County Line 

'^orrath Place, see Eureka 

Place 
^Ulcan from Juno, N of Sev- 
enteenth 

^ulcan (Silver Terrace), see 
Jupiter 



Vulcan Lane (late Maiden 
Lauc, from X s Vallejo bet 
Stockton and Powell 

W, from Fifteenth Av S of V, 
W to the Ocean 

Wagner Alley, from S s Eddy 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Walbridge, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 

Waldo Alley, from W s Leav- 
enworth bet Broadway and 
Vallejo 

Wall Place, from N s Jackson 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Waller, from junction Market 
and Octavla W to Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Octavla.. 2 1 

Laguna 100 101 

Buchanan 200 201 

Webster 300 301 

Fillmore 400 401 

Steiner 500 501 

Pierce 600 601 

Scott 700 701 

Devlsadero 800 801 

Broderick 900 901 

Buena Vista Park 

Central Avenue 1200 1201 

Masonic Avenue 1300 1301 

De Long Avenue 

. Ashbury 1400 1401 

Tremont Avenue 

Clayton 1500 1501 

Belvedere 

Cole 1600 1601 

Shrader 1700 1701 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Walnut, from Pacific Avenue 
bet Central Av and Laurel, 
S to California 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 801 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Walnut (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), see Ralston 

Walnut Avenue, from S s 

Larkin bet Post and Sutter, 
W to Laguna (Some of the 
buildings are Incorrectly 
numbered) 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavla (600) 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Walter, from S s Thirteenth 
bet Sanchez and Noe, S to 
Fourteenth 

Waltham (Bernal Heights, 
late Mary), from W s Ala- 
bama nr Esmeralda Av 

Ward, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Ward (Bernal Heights), see 
Banks 

Warden, from N s Francisco 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Ware, from Paul Av S to San 

Bruno Av 
Warren (Fairmount Tract, 

now Sanchez), from Thirtieth 

to Palmer 

Warren Avenue, from E s 

Tenth bet Howard and Fol- 
som 
Warren Place (late Goldman 
Place), from E s Mission bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Washington, from the bay 
bet Clay and Jackson, W to 
First Av 



Cross S(.i. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Cedar 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Custom House Place. 

Sansome 500 501 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Dunbar Alley 

Kearny 700 (o) 

Brenham Place 

Washington Alley . . . 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Stout's Alley 

SpoflEord 

Stockton 900 901 

Trenton 

Hopeton Terrace 

Stone 

Powell 1000 1001 

Codman Place 

Wetmore Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Priest 

Reed 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough 2000 (o) 

Octavla 2100 (o) 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2101 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner (c) (c) 

Alta Plaza 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Central Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Washington Alley, from N s 
Washington bet Kearny and 
Dupont, N to Jackson 

Washington Avenue, from S 

s Mission bet Ninth and 
Tenth, S E to Howard 

Washington Square, bet 

Union, Filbert, Stockton, 
Montgomery Av and Powell 

Washoe Place, from N s Val- 
lejo bet Powell and Mason 

Water, from W s Mason bet 
Chestnut and Francisco, W 
to Taylor 

Water Front, from Twenty- 
first along the bay, S to 
County Line 

Waterloo, from E s San Bruno 
Av nr Cortland Av 

WaterviUe (South S. F., late 
Nebraska), from HelefTa S to 
Augusta 

Watson Place (West End 

Tract), from Ocean Av W of 

Mission 

Watt Avenue (West End 

Homestead), S E of Mission 
nr County Line 

Waverly Place, from N s 

Sacramento bet Dupont and 
Stockton, N to Washington 



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Wayland (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av S 
of Bacon 
Wayne (Bernal Heights, now 
Ellsworth), from S s Cortland 
Av bet Gates and Kosciusko 
Webb, from N s California 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
X to Sacramento 
Webb Place, from W s Mason 

bet Green and Union 
Webster, from N s Hermann 
bet Buchanan and Fillmore, 
X to the bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Hermann 2 1 

Germania Avenue... 

■Waller 100 101 

Halght '-iOO 201 

Paee 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 500 501 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 600 601 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue.im)0 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

Bvlngton Avenue 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Gearv 1500 1501 

Post'. 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Wildey Avenue 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clav 2200 2201 

Washington 2:300 2:301 

.lackson 2400 2401 

Webster Place 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

PIxlev Avenue 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut (o) 3301 

Francisco (o) 3401 

Bav 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

.Tefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Webster Place, from E s 

Webster bet Jackson and 
Pacific Av 
Weldon, W of San Bruno Av 
nr head Islais Creek 

WeUs Avenue, from W s 

Dolores bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 
Wells Court, from S s Lom- 
bard bet D upon t and Stockton 

Welsh, from W s Zoe bet 
Brvant and Brannan, S W to 
W"of Fourth 

West Avenue, from Mission 
nr Cortland Av, S E to Holly 
Park Av 

West Court, from N s Jack- 
sun bet Dupont and Stockton 

West Eddy, from North Wil- 
lard nr Turk W to First Av 



West El Dorado, from Sixth 
bet South and Yuma 

West End Alley, from N s 
Green bet Hyde and Larkin, 
jST to Union 

West Lake Avenue (WestEnd 

Tract), W of Mission nr 
County Line 

West Mission, from Mission 
nr Twelfth. S W to Hermann, 
thence S to Mission nr Thir- 
teenth 

West Park, from Holly Park 
Av nr Richland Av 

Weston Place, from N s Bry- 
ant bet Fourth and Fifth 

Wetmore Place, from N s 

Clay liet Powell and Mason, 
N to Washington 
Wheat, from Paul Av S to 
Salinas Av 

Wheelock Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Stockton and 

Powell 
White, from N s Vallejo bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
White's Place, from E s Jones 

bet Sutter and Bush 
White's Place (now Victor), 

from S s Bryant bet Seventh 

and Eighth 

Whiting, from E s Dupont 
bet Lombard and Chestnut 

Whitney (Fairmount Tract), 
from Thirtieth nr Sanchez, S 
to Randall 

Whittier (West End Home- 
stead, late Lafayette), from 
Mission nr County Line 

Wieland, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Wieland Avenue (Sunny side) , 
from Circular Av W 

Wilde, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Wilder, from Castro nr San 
.Jose Av 

Wildey Avenue, from w s 

Webster bet Bush and Pine, 

W to Steiner 
Willard, from Grattan W of 

Stanvan, N to Golden Gate 

Park" 
WUlard North, see North 

Wlllard 
William, from N s O'Farrell 

bet Taylor and Jones, N to 

Post 

Williams (University Home- 
stead), see Somerset 

Williams Avenue (Silver Ter- 
race), from Railroad Av nr 
Twenty-second Av South 

Williamson (now Parker Ave- 
nue), from X s Point Lobos 
Av W of Boyce 

Willow Avenue, from W s 

Larkin bet Eddy and Ellis 

Ci-oss SCs. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Xess Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla .500 501 

Laguna COO 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Wilson, from W s Gough bet 
Vallejo and Green 



Winslow (Bernal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av S to 
Eugenia Av 

Winter Lane, from E s 

Mason bet Green and Union 
Winthrop (late Webster), 

from X s Lombard bet Mont- 

gomerv and Kearny, N to 

Chestnut 
Wisconsin, from Sixteenth 

bet Arkansas and Carolina, 

S to Tulare 
Wolfe (Bernal Heights), from 

Isabel S W to Peralta Av 
Wood, from Point Lobos Av 

bet Masonic Av and Collins 

Woodland Avenue, from 

Lotta S W to Sunset Av 
Woodward Avenue, from S s 

Thirteenth bet Mission and 

Valencia 
Wool (Bernal Heights), from 

Powhattan nr Xorth Av S to 

Cortland Av 
WOOlsey (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 

S of Wavland 

Worcester Avenue (City 

Land Asso'n Tract), W of 
San Jose Av nr County Line 

Worden Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Worth, from Twenty-second 

W of Douglass 
Wyoming (South S. F.), from 

Islais S to First Av South 

Wyoming Avenue (West End 

Tract), Av of Mission nr 
County Line 
X, from Sixteenth Av S of W, 

to the ocean 
Yale (Dniversity Homestead), from 

Silver Av S to Mansell . 

Yazoo (South S. F.), see M J 

South 
Yerba Buena, from N s Sac- 
ramrntu bi-t Mason and Tay- 
lor. X to Clay 
Yolo (now Twenty-fifth), from 
the bav bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-sixth, W to Po- 
trero Av 
York, from Division bet 
Hampshire and Bryant, S to 
Army 
Cross Sis. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth (c) (c) ' 

Franklin Square 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twentv-flrst 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twentv-flf th 1300 i:^i'i 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1' 

Army (e) i 

Yuba (now Twenty-sixtli 
from the bay bet Twenty 
fifth and Army, to Potrcro 
Av 
Yucatan (South S. F.), see 

Forty-seventh Av South 
Yuma, from Sixth nr West 
El Dorado, S W to Slxteentb 

Zoe, from S s Bryant bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Brannan 

Zoe Place, from S s Folsom 
bet Beale and Fremont 



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Abrams Albert, physician, 784 Geary, r. SW. 
cor. California and Van Ness Av. 

A.chard J. H. Mrs., r. 2108 Castro 

ADDERLEY & COLLISCHONN 

(Stanley Adderley and Franz Collischonn) 
importers and exporters sponges and cham- 
ois, 150 New Montgomery, tel. Red 4124 

Alexander Robert J., salesman Pac. Shirt Co., 
r. 21 Scott 

ALLEN H. S. 

general manager Allen's Press Clipping 
Bureau, 510 Montgomery 

Allen L. W., physician, 231 Post 

ALLEN'S PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU 

H. S. Allen general manager, 510 Montgom- 
ery 

American Sponge Co., 150 New Montgomery 

APPLEWHITE JOHN C. 

attorney-at-law, 19 Mills Bldg., 6th floor 

Arnold Thomas C, mfrs.' agent, Parrott 
Bldg., r. 412 Central Av. 

Aspland Sydney. (Columbia Realty Co.) r. Ber- 
keley 

Assanti B., fruits, 614 Schader 

Atchison Samuel H., mfr. beer governors, 40, 
2d, r. 425 Dolores 

ATWATER & BRENNAN 

(Herbert Atwater and Edward Brennan) 
wagonmakers, 623 Brannan 

Aumiller Bertha, widow, r. 353 Polk 

Averill George W., atty-at-law, 330 Pine, r. 
120, nth 

Avoca House, 837a Mission 

Ayers Marilda J. Miss, dentist, 1236 Market 

Aylsworth O. A., r. 736 Ellis 

BABBITT B. T, 

(New York) soap manufacturer, C. B. Jen- 
nings, Pacific Coast agent, ofiice 121 Cali- 
fornia 

Bahr William (William Bahr & Co.) r. NW. 
cor. Mission and 23d 

BAHR WILLIAM «fe CO. 

(William Bahr) groceries and liquors, NE. 
cor. Mission and 23d, tel. Church 477 

Bailey Warren G. (Bailey & Nolan) r. 2124, 
15th 

Bailey & Nolan (Warren G. Bailey and John 
J. Nolan) groceries, 3043 Sacramento 

Bailhache John M., clerk Chief QM. office, 
Dept. of Cal., r. Hotel Franklin 

BAIN ROBERT B. 

tea broker, 12 Front, room 31, r. Fruitvale 

Bain Robert B. Jr., tea broker, 12 Front, room 
31, r. Fruitvale 

Bainbridge A. C. Mrs., propr. The Rossin, 121 
Powell 

Baine James P., clerk Gallagher Bros., r. 2208 
Geary 

Baker B. H. (Potter & Baker) r. 1151 Market 

Baker George E. H., secy. Eureka Glue Co., 12 
Front, r. 52 Chenery 

BAKER JOHN JR. 

manager Union Oil Co. of California, 31-32 
Mills Bldg., 7th floor, r. 1806 Pine 



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Baker Peter, barber, 231, 2d, r. 18% Page 
Baldwin Orville C, with G. H. Umbsen & Co., 

r. 2330 Pine 
Balnaves William, r. 1414 California 
Barnum I. Mrs., r. 331 Eddy 
Barrett Eugene F., atty-at-law, Claus Spreck- 

els Bldg., r. 1826 Ellis 
Barth J. & Co. (Jacob Barth and I. Kahn) 

stock and bond brokers, 505 California 
Barth Jacob (J. Barth & Co.) r. 2202 Jackson 
BARTH RICHARD 

machinist, S. s. Brannan nr. 4th, r. 506, 4th 
Bassity Cornelius, bartender Kaufmann & 

Campbell, r. 296 O'Farrell 
BATAILLE PIERRE 

wines and liquors, NE. cor. Gough and 

Oak, r. 138 Oak 
BATCHELDER GEORGE A. 

2d vice-president E. H. Rollins & Sons, 329- 

335 Pine, r. Menlo Park, Cal. 
Bates Jane M. Mrs., r. 3300 Washington 
BAUM CHARLES L. 

mfrs.' agent, 109 California, room 2, r. 

Alameda 
Baumeister Albert, treas. Santa Amanda Gold 

Mining Co., 26 Montgomery, r. 809 Leaven- 
worth 
Baxter Duke F., asst. secy. Producers' Oil Ex- 
change, r. 1001 Pine 
BAY CITY IRON WORKS 

242 Fremont 
BAYER FRANK J. 

wines and liquors, 400 Haight, NW. cor. 

Webster, tel. Pine 3466 
BEADLE A. W. & CO, 

wholesale shipping and commission and 

lumber merchants, 22 Market 
Bean Joel P., propr. National Review, 305 

Larkin 
Bear State Oil Co., Columbian Bldg. 
Beatty H. Oscar (Sanborn & Beatty) atty-at- 
law, 206 Sansome, r. 2409 Octavia 
Beck William, brewer, r. 9261^ Minna 
Bell L. H. (Pratt Mining Machinery Co.) 

Crocker Bldg. 
Benson Martin, cook, r. 615 Grove 
BERGSTROM JOHN & SONS 

(John, John R., James W. and Hector G.) 

pipe organ builders, 132 California Av. nr. 

29th 
Beyer Max V. (Beyer & Sterling) 



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J. C. WILSON & CO. 

eOO BAT-TERV ST. 

Tel. Main 1864. 

COAL, COKE and PIG IRON, 

Wholesale and Retail. 



Beyer & Sterling (Max V. Beyer and Thomas 

Sterling) liquors, 42, 2d 
Blller Mathias, baker, r. 1618 Stockton 
Blakeway John H., sheet metal wks., 307 How- 
ard, r. 2357 Howard 
Blanchard Marion S., atty-at-law, Mills Bldg., 

r. 32a Belvedere 
BLANDIN CHARLES F. 

attorney-at-law, 59, 3d, r. Palace Hotel 
Blasse W. F. (Counter & Blasse) r. 36 Elgin 

Park Av. 
Blecker Fred H., correspondent, r. Palace Ho- 
tel 
Bloom Henry, ladies' tailor, r. 18 Metcalfe PI. 
Bluhme Matilda Miss, r. 1414 California 
Bock Louis, waiter Nermann's, r. 907 McAl- 
lister 
BON TON CO. 

perfumery and hairdressing parlors, Jo- 
hann Maria Farina Cologne, 324 Post 
BOSTON AUTOMOBILE CO. 

157 New Montgomery, tel. Red 3596 
Bowen Edward Z., bartender, r. 200 Hyde 
BOWEN JOHN W. 

manager Yawman & Erbe Mfg. Co., 29 
New Montgomery, r. Los Angeles 
Boynton Charles C, atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., 

r. Oakland 
Bradley A., with Imperial Oil and Dev. Co., 

r. Winchester Hotel 
BRADLEY E. MRS. 

president The Business Women's Club, r. 
Winchester Hotel 
Brandt Bernard L., painter, 621 Sacramento 
Brandt John F., maltster, r. 1846 Ellis 
BREUSS M. A. 

cafe, grill and lunch rooms, 70, 3d and 517 
Montgomery, r. 517 Montgomery 
Brewer H. I., mining, Chronicle Bldg. 
Brocklehurst Norman B. (Brocklehurst & Me- 

gladdery) r. Oakland 
Brocklehurst & Megladdery (Norman B. 
Brocklehurst and Mark L. Megladdery) 
real estate agents, 759 Market 
Brooks J. Marion (Brooks, Montague & Byers) 

r. 322 Turk 
Brugge Henry, gardener, r. 54 Blake 
Bruson W. C, mining, r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Buchholz Otto T., paper hanger, r. 78 Rausch 
Burke Bart, atty-at-law, Parrott Bldg., r. 1016 

Leavenworth 
BURNS ELMER B. 

manager White Star Laundry, cor. 11th 
and Division 
CAHILL BERNARD J. S. 

architect, Donohoe Bldg., r. 1449 Clay 
California Cement Co., NE. cor. 10th and 

Brannan 
California Mortar Co., NE. cor. 10th and Bran- 
nan 
California Rock Oil Co., Victor F. Seawall 

secy., 616 Hearst Bldg. 
California Smelting Co., T. G. Millar propr., 

Missouri and Army 
California Transfer Co., 208% Ellis 
CALLUSTRO CO. 

See The Callustro Co. 
Campbell Lawrence (Kaufmann & Campbell) 

r. 613 Florida 
CHEETHAM * SAMUEL 

(James F. Cheetham and George W. Sam- 
uel) proprietors The Prescott House, 933 
Kearny, cor. Montgomery Av. 



Chemnick Isaac (Chemnick & Levin) r. ai6 

Clementina 
Chemnick & Levin (Isaac Chemnick and Jo- 
seph Levin) tailors, 108 Eddy 
Chesley James G., cashier Chronicle, r. 262 

Frederick 
Clampett F. W. Rev., rector Trinity Church 

(Episcopal) r. 1816 Sacramento 
Clark Edward S., oculist, 927 Market, r. Napa, 

Cal. 
Cohn Ben, asst. manager Havana Cigar Co., 

1500 Market, r. 6S1 McAllister 
Comstock J. J. (Hill & Comstock) ofiace 104 

Lake, Chicago 
Cone A. M. Mrs., r. 16i^ Henry 
Cone Helen J. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 16% Henry 
Cope Minnie Miss, stenographer Waterhouse 

& Price, r. 529a, 7th 
Corcoran John M., manager messenger dept. 

Am. List. Tel. Co., 607 Market, r. 1855 

CORDES BRUN 

groceries and liquors, 498 Sanchez, tel. 

Blue 1036 
CORDES R. 

groceries and liquors, 501 Fell cor. Laguna, 

tel. Page 59 
CORONA GLASS CO. 

Oakland, city office 37 Market 
Coughlin W., r. 61 Clara 
Counter Christopher G. (Counter & Blasse) r. 

1826 Market 
Counter & Blasse (C. G. Counter and W. F. 

Blasse) plumbers, 536 Haight 
Craw Lee A., r. 17 Belcher 
CROZIER ORLANDO P. 

druggist, SW. cor. California and Hyde, 

tel. East 550, r. 435 Buchanan 
Currier Joseph H., with Domestic Laundry 

Co., r. 2012 Taylor 
Curtin Robert A., r. 1746 Ellis 
Dazey George A., special agent Northwestern 

Mut. Life Ins. Co.. r. 2118 Post 
Custer Herman J., atty-at-law, 927 Market 
DERBY RICHARD 

secretary Pacific Improvement Co., Crock- 
er Bldg., r. Oakland 
DE SOLLA, DEUSSING <fe CO. 

pipe and boiler covering, 129-131 Spear 
Dick Ira, cigars, 139 Eddy 
DOE B. & J. S. 

(Bartlett, Charles F. and estate of John S. 

Doe) office 48 Market 
Donnelly Edward F., physician, SW. cor. Mc- 
Allister and Fillmore, r. 917 Fillmore 
Dreisam Gold Mining and Milling Co., 530 

California 
DRUCKER AUGUST E. 

proprietor Wilson's Restaurant, 23 Grant 

Av., r. 2733 California 
Duncan Charles E., machinist, r. 637 Linden 

Av. 
Durand J. A. Mrs., widow, r. 503 Devisadero 
DUTCH MINING AND MILLING CO. 

(Tuolumne Co.) G. W. Gerhard secy., 530^ 

California 
Eddy Earl Dorr, stenographer Holcombe 

Bros., r. 696 Geary 
Elliott William, molder, r. 515 Fulton 
EMMONS JOSEPH E. 

secretary Sanitary Cleaning Co., 342-344 

McAllister, r. 12 Oak 
Enterprise Publishing Co., Harry C. Pendle- 
ton manager, 34 California 
Ewing Horace, secy. Western Amusement Ex- 
change, 143 Powell, r. 437 O'Farrell 
Fabian Benjamin W., teacher music, r. 2119 

Webster 
Fabian M. Mrs., teacher music, r. 2119 Web- 

Fagerstrom John, 1st officer str. Whitesboro, 
r. 423% Harrison 



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PIFIELiD E. L.. «& CO. 

trunk manufacturers, 69 Stevenson, bet. 

1st and 2d, tel. Black 4291 
Flick Carl, musician, r. 837a Mission 
[force Cline, dental laboratory, Parrott Bldg. 
ETorman R. W., salesman William J. Hamer, 

r. 1206 Market 
Fortgang Henry (Lett & Fortgang) r. 442i^ 

Natoma 
F'oster Charles E., clerk Galehouse Drug Co., 

r. 34 Hofl Av. 
SYanklin W. O., office 13 Front, r. 214 EYeder- 

Ick 
PYaternal Order of Eagles, Gus Pohlmann 

secy., 338 Sutter 
i'rost Elmer W., pres. "Western Amusement 

Exchange, 143 Powell, r. 739 O'Farrell 
PUIiliER A. li. 

secretary to the president, Monroe Mining 

Co., 303 California, r. 609 Hyde 
JAIiEHOUSE DRUG CO. 

1898 Mission, cor. 15th, tel. Blue 1090 
Jerhard George W., secy. Dutch Mining and 

Milling Co., 530 California, r. 657 Page 
JOIiDSMITH MEYER 

importer and jobber fancy goods, 21-23 

Battery 
Soddard J. W. Sons (New York) 120 Sutter 
Soldstein Abraham, tailor, r. 431 Hayes 
Joldstein Leon, tailor, 431 Hayes 
Sriswold Norman L., atty-at-law, 305 Larkin, 

r. 640 Golden Gate Av. 
Jruber H. O. (Walker & Gruber) r. 471 Halght 
Hallock James F., auditor Palace Hotel, r. 

273 Church 
aARJES WILLIAM E. 

(Hyde Construction Co.) 42 Market 
Satfleld & Hund, locksmiths, 242 Ellis 
Heinrich Bruno, engineer Joseph Macdonald 
SERZOa & DAHL 

(Melville W. Herzog and Charles W. Dahl) 

machinists and electricians, 31 Main 
Hinkle Beatrice, physician, 2004 Devisadero 
Hjul Alexander, blacksmith, r. 211, 2d 
Horneck & Conens (Frederick G. Horneck and 

Gerhardt Conens) stenographers, Parrott 

Bldg. 
Hourcade Henry, laundry, 1231 Golden Gate 

Av. 
HYDE CONSTRUCTION CO. 

W. E. Harjes and W. E. Hyde proprietors, 

42 Market 
HYDE W, E. 

Hyde Construction Co., 42 Market 
Joerdens Henry A. (Joerdens & Martine) r. 264 

Fell 
JOERDENS & MARTINE 

(Henry A. Joerdens and Joseph Martine) 

proprietors The Oberon, 38-40 O'Farrell 



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Johnson Alexander, waiter Merkle Bros., r. 

204, 6th 
Kennedy J. Graeff (J. GraeflE Kennedy & Co.) 

r. 1718 Eddy 
Kennedy Lena S. Mrs. (J. Graeff Kennedy & 

Co.) r. 1718 Eddy 
Kimball William L., clerk Galehouse Drug 

Co., r. 505, 3d 
Klenck Augusta G., homceopathic physician, 

3248 Mission, r. 3040, 16th 
LACAYO CARLOS A. 

consul general Nicaragua, 328 Montgomery, 

room 611, r. 1714 Van Ness Av. 
Latter-day Saints of Church of Jesus Christ, 

Rev. Ephraim H. Nye pres. Cal. Mission, 

909 Market 
Lazard Sol, manager Perfection Gas Lamp 

Co., 126 Kearny, r. 2219B Sutter 
Lefebvre Odillon, file cutter W. J. Ridgeway, 

r. 3261, 21st 
Levy George (Zuckerman & Levy) r. 2931 Clay 
Locke W., r. 858i/2 Folsom 
Looney Matthew S. A., physician with Dr. 

Jeffrey Martin, 3 Eddy, r. 12, 12th 
Lupton Samuel L., atty-at-law, 510 Kearny 
Macdonald Joseph, propr. West Coast Elec. 

Wks., 158 New Montgomery 
MAYS WILLIAM H. 

physician and surgeon, 1116 Sutter 
McCULLOUGH E. C. & CO. 

(inc.) E. C. McCullough president, A. O. 

Colton secretary, printers and stationers, 

17 Mills Bldg., 7th floor 
McEwen D. H., wholesale lumber, Crocker 

Bldg. 
McGrew Harry N., with U. S. Army Trans- 
port Service, 36 New Montgomery 
McaUESTEN CHARLES A. 

physician and surgeon, 403 Powell 
Miller Charles H. (Webber & Miller) r. 413 

Powell 
Moise Charles, r. 615 Taylor 
Mueller Carl A., physician, 850 Market 
Oliver Frank S. (Truman & Oliver) atty-at- 
law, 546 Parrott Bldg., r. 1222 Pine 
aUITZOW HENRY W. 

attorney-at-law, room 60, 927 Market, r. 915 

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OMAHA 

PEORIA 

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TROY 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 

WILMINGTON 

WORCESTER 



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poultry and Belgian Rare | 
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Geo. H. Croley . . . 



508 Sacramento Street 

TELEPHONE MAIN 1280. San Francisco. 




SELLS EVERYTHING REQUIRED BY EVERYBODY 

WHO KEEPS POULTRY, PIGEONS, DOGS OR PETS, 

I make a specialty of supplying the finest breeding and exhibition stock. Many of the |gl 

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UNEXCELLED FACILITIES FOR 
EXPORTING LIVE STOCK 



|K' My "Hen Teeth" are the sharpest and hardest in the market. pj 

Some People say they never succeeded in raising healthy chicks until they used Croley'8 W\ 

Dry Mixed Chick Feed: Samples mailed for 5 cents postage. }g| 

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G. H. PERRV 

Breeder of Prize-Winning 

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F. A. ROWSELL 



Standard Bred 
Houdan Fowls and 
Scotch Collie Dogs 



SAN LEANDRO 



CALIFORNIA 



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MOOBPABK Avenue Rabbitby, Campbell, Cal. 



Mrs. Judson Rice, Manager 



Looking for Belgians? 

SOMETHING GOOD OF POPULAR STRAINS ; THEN WRITE OR CALL 

Headed by such bucks as : 

FASHODA SURPRISE Imp. Son of Champion Fashoda 

BRITAIN LAD By the famous Lord Britain 

ROCHDALE PRINCE By the imported prize wiimer Rochdale 
GUINEA GOLD PRINCE Of Champion Guinea Gold 

Charges Reasonable Visitors Welcome 

Rabbitry Closed on Sunday 



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Moorpark Avenue Rabbitry 



MRS. JUDSON RICE, Manager 
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The Home of the 
SILVER CUP WINNERS 



White P. Rocks 
W. C. B. Polish 
B. Silver Polish 
Jap Gaines 
B. B. R. Game 



Light Brahmas 
Dark Brahmas 
Cornish Indians 
Bantams 
Buff Cochin 



Golden and Silver Silver Duckwing 
Sebright 
Eggs $2.00 per Setting. Stock for Sale 

BELGIAN HARES 

IVIRS. F-. M. SIMOVS/ 

King Road, San Jose, Cal. 



BARRED 
PLYMOUTH ROCKS 

( EXCLUSIVELY ) 

Choice Thoroughbred Stock 

Eggs, $2.00 per J 3, $3.50 per 26 

Mrs. L. K SANDERSON 

SAN JOSE, CAL, 

Rivefbank Nursery, Comer I2tli Street and 
Ber ryessa Road. 

Member Santa Clara Valley Poultry and Kennel Club. 



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H. R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor 







BARRED 
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My Specialty 
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White Leghorns 

Black Minorcas 
Light Brahmas 



P. o. Box 9 PETALUMA, CAL. 

MINQLEWOOD RABBITRY 

2^ Miles West of SAN JOSE, CAL. 
IF^ LOOKING KOR 

High - Class Belgians 

GIVE us YOUR NEXT ORDER 

Rabbitry Closed Sundays J. K. BOYD & SONS 

Post Office, CAMPBELL, CAL. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



I The Jubilee Incubators p^^ Brooders 

WINNERS IN EVERY CONTEST 

I Endorsed Wherever Used, Stand Without Rival 

1 They are Especially Adapted for this Qimate 

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Ij "I have used seven of the best makes of Incubators, 

but I must say that the JUBII^EE stands first." 
CapT. E. Pryce MITCHELIv, 

Santa Barbara, Cal. 

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[ call at the factory and see how they are built, or send for catalogue. 

I JUBILEE INCUBATOR CO. 

I sir 32d street, near Telegraph Ave. OAKLAND, CAL. 



I Jubilee Poultry Yards ana Ramry 

i GEORGE A. SEALY, Proprietor 

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We have, at all times, youngsters of different ages for sale from such noted 
stock as the above. 

Correspondence invited, all mail orders given personal attention. 
Prices reasonable, quality considered. 

Yards, Almaden Ave. P. O. Address, 

South end of Orchard St. Ponoma Avenue 

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A Large Stock of the Finest Red Does to be found in California | 

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Manufacturers of 

The Jubilee Incubators and Brooders.* 



WINNERS IN EVERY CONTE 
ENDORSED WHEREVER USE 
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They are especially adiii 
for this climate. 

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I have used seven of thebt 
makes of Incubators, but 
must say that the JUBILJ 
stands first. 

CAPT. E. PKYCE MITCIIEl 
Santa Barbara, 
Cal. 



Do not buy any Incubator 
until you have investigated 
the merits of the Jubilee. If 
possible call at the Factory 
and see how they are built, 
or send for catalogue. 



lUBILEE INCUBATOR CO. , ^'^ '^""'■'''"®^''°n^K®7«'Mn .. 

' NeaA Telegraph AVE. OAKLAND, CA 



Barred Plymouth Rocks and White Leghorns 
BELGIAN HARES 

From such Stock as Champions Yukon, Nonpareil and Unicorn 

IMPORTEID 

Rufus Bismark and Gold Bug 

Have just imported a line direct from England. 

We have, at all times, youngsters of differeut ages for sale from such noted 
stock as the above. 

Correspondence invited, all mail orders given personal attention. 
Prices reasonable, quality considered. 

P. O. Address, 
South end of Orchard St. Ponoma Avenue 

SAN JOSE, CAL. 

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Excelsior 



FASHODA PRINCE {'Z1n%-l^Z^ou' 

\ Large Stock of the Finest Red Does to be found in California 

Sunset Telephone Suburban 21 C. E. GOODSELL 

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California Belgian Hare Associatior 



Importers and Breeders of 
..Belgian Hares.. 

Our Stod is Led by WANTAGE FOX, Score 96, 
CHAMPION DUKE OF CHESHIRE, Winner J3 First and Gol 
Medal, and RABBI, Imported April J 0th, Score 95. 

S We own more Imported and High-class Stock 

SI than any other Company or Individual in America. 

Youngsters from Champion Dash, Champion Fashoda, Lord Brittain, 
g • Lord Lurgan, Yukon. 

_ "^ AGENTS FOR ALL OF T iherfll Tii<;cnTint in Tiealer*; 

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igj Office and Salesroom, - - - - Neptune Gardens, ALAMEDA, CAI 
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I BELGIAN HARE WARREN 

I MRS. C. SPROAT & CO., 

I 188 West San Fernando Street, SAN JOSE, CAL. 



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|u] thoroughly acclimated, pointed and pedigreed Belgian hares. Mrs. Sproat has withoi 
g] exception been the principal factor in the introduction of the animal in this country. 

I ..WE ARE BREEDERS, NOT DEALERS OR SPECULATORS.. 

A call at this Warren will insure : first, honesty of treatment ; second, the benefit of that exper 
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W.P.LYON 

Eden Vale 

CAL. 



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PoultrvJ Farm 

C. E. GOULD, Proprietor 

Seminary Ave., FRUITYALE, CAL. 

Our Specialty is 

S. C. WHITE LEGHORNS 

(Knapp & Wyckofl Strains) 

Importers and Breeders of the Leading 

Strains of 

White and B. P. Rocks 
Light Brahmas 

Black rlinorcas 
Houdans 

Buff Leghorns 

Eggs, 14 for $1.00, 100 for $4.00 

We are the Manufacturers of 

CLIMAX EGG FOOD and 
CLIMAX LICE KILLER 

Pronounced by all poultrymen the best in 
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822 San Antonio Avenue, 



ALAMEDA, CAL. 



L. \A/. READ 



DEALER IN AND BREEDER OF 



FhoroughDred Belgian Hares 

Choice Stock for sale from Ajax, Hiawatha, Sir Styles, 
Banbury, Kitchener, Dufferin, Rufus, Bonanza Kingf, 
British Sovereign, and ^ 

IIN/IRORTED STRAINS 

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OAKLAND 

EXCLUSIVE BREEDER OF 

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WOX AT OAKLAND— Dec. 7-10. "98: First and Third 
Pens. First Cockerel; First. Third and Fourth, 
Pullets; Fourth and Fifth Cocks; In hottest of 
competition. 

AT SAX JOSE— Jan. 18-21, '99, on but six entries: 
First Cockerel out of Fourteen Entries; First 
Hen out of Twenty Entries; First Pen out of 
Three Entries; Third Pullet out of Sixteen 
Entries. 

AT FRESXO— Xov.. '99: Won First. Second and 
Third Cockerels on Entry of but Four Cockerels. 

AT OAKLAND- Dec, '99: Won First, Second and 
Fourth Cockerels. 

AT SAX JOSE— Jan., 1900: "Won First, Third and 
Fourth Cockerels and First Pullet. 



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Light Brahmas 

Buff Cochins 

Buff and R. P. Rocks 



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Buff Leghorns $1.50 per setting or two 
settings in one order $2.60 

YOUNG STOCK FOR SALE 



III.M.S.Poultry FFNCINIi 

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SAN FRANCISCO WAREHOUSE 

JOHN WOODLOCK 154-156 First Street 



GENERAL SALES AGENT 



TELEPHONE RED 3331 SAN FRANCISCO. CAl. 



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WHITE BLACK BARRED 



A. MARTINELLI, Proprietor 

14thi and High Sts. Fruitvale, Cal. 

Emery's Beef, Blood and Bone 



MERY FERTILIZER CO. 



LEGHORNS MINORCAS PLVnOUTH ROCKS 

Eggs In Season $1.00 per 16, $5.00 per 100. Stock for sale at the right prices. w 

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eggs are high. It is the most concentrated and 

nutritious Poultry Food on the market. Made § 

from our 

PURE BLOOD MEAL 

PURE MEAT MEAL 

PURE BONE MEAL 

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Poultry Food. Our free circular will tell you dl 

of the processes and give valuable information. ^ 

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I Petal uma Incubators and Brooders 

i SXAIMDARD OR THE \A/ORI_D 

Used by all the large and most successful Poul- 
try Kaisers — all the big Duck Raisers In San Fran- 
cisco and around the Bay use the Petaluma. 

In all that section of country Including |the 
Rocky Mountain Region and west to the Paclflc 
Ocean — over one-third of the entire United States — 
where every variation of climate exists, known to 
the entire world— there are more Petaluma Incuba- 
tors sold than all other kinds combined. "Why? 
Because they are a good, honest machine and suit 
the people. 

Xew models — >few conveniences. Nursery for 
Chicks, and everything up-to-date and of the highest 
class. 

Prices remain the same, notwithstanding the 
great advance in cost of materials. We are satisfied 
with a small profit, and large output. 

YOU WANT THE BEST- 
GET THE PETALUMA 

Our New CataI/OGUE tells all about our goods. 
It is free. Write for a copy if yon wish it. 

Bear in mind that WE PAY FREIGHT Address all orders and communications to 

PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. 

Petaluma - = California 



I Belgian Hares 





OF THE RIGHT KIND 

EDINBORO'S PEER ^ 

Auburn Lass f Imported 

Lady Melrose t May 7, 1900 

Lady Melrose II ) 

The finest Belgians In California. Mr. 
T. B. Mason— England's most celebrated 
judge says — "No finer Hares ever left 
England." 

Pedigree EDINBORO'S PEER:- 

Slre— Champion Edlnboro 

Grand Sire— Champion Lincoln Mystery 

Dam — by Champion Leopold 

Grand Dam— by Champion Racer 
This fine buck was Imported too young 
to be exhibited at the English shows, but 
doubtless would prove a great winner, being 
from Champions on both sides. He is by 
Ch. Edlnboro, therefore, brother to Ch. 
Fashoda and other prize winners. 

Experts who have examined him declare that his Impress upon the bares owned In this country will be 
very marked. 

EDINBORO'S PEER AT STUD 

l8t— 10 Services, each - - - 815. OO 

8d— lO Services, each ... 20.00 

All thereafter, each - - - 25. OO 

Does to be approved by us 

Also a large number of Imported and Domestic Bucks and Does for sale. Our Book on Belgian Hares 

free to all who write for It. 



PETALUMA INCUBATOR CO. 

750- 752- 754- 756 Main St. Petaluma, CaL 

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LAUNDRY CO. 



755 

Bryant Street 

Phone South 277 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



KOR YEAR COMIVIENCING ARRIL, 1900 



NOTICE— Names, changes and removals received too late for regular insertion will 
be found in tlie pages Immediately preceding. 



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CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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a. B C D SPECIAL DEIilVERY 

E. D. Kalisher president, S. N. Stern sec- 
retary, 408 Tehama 

9l B C GUIDE 

(Monthly) Traffic Publishing Co. publish- 
ers and proprietors, 429 Montgomery 

^. B C HOUSE 

John Ferguson proprietor, 501 Kearny 

\ B C WHITEWASHING CO. 
office 40 New Montgomery 

^. C D. REMEDIES 

for cattle, horses, hogs, etc., 1734 Market 
nr. Van Ness Av. 

K. P. W. Paper Co., 35 New Montgomery 

^.. & A. LINE 

(Round the world Route) L. F. Cockroft 
agent, ticket office 114 Montgomery 

k. & K. Building, 14 McAllister 

A.abel George A., machinist J. K. Bigelow, r. 
213b Guerrero 

Isabel John T., machinist J. K. Bigelow, r. 
213b Guerrero 

LACHEN AND MUNICH FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
(of Aix la Chapelle, Germany) Cesar Ber- 
theau manager, 423 California 

.lagard Louis, liquors, 53, 3d, r. 523 Howard 

n^Aagard. See Agard 

\aron Aaron, ladies underwear, 579 Mission, 
r. 1021 Van Ness Av. 

Varon Emil, cigarmaker Frahm & Franken- 
berg, r. 1131 Buchanan 

Varon Harry, clerk, r. 1613 Sutter 

\aron Joseph, barber, 223 Fillmore, r. 265 
Laussat Av. 

Varon Leopold, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co., 
r. Hotel Montrose 

\^aron Mary, widow, r. 1613 Sutter 

Varon Moses, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co., r. 
Hotel Montrose 

\aron Oscar, plumber, r. 265 Laussat Av. 

KsLTon Pauline Miss, millinery, 211 Sutter r. 

I 1613 Sutter 

aaron Samuel, clerk, r. 507 O'Farrell 

ftiaron Simon, clerk, r. 1510 Pine 

IVaron Theresa, widow, r. 507 O'Farrell 

\aron Victor, bookkeeper Cal. Notion & Toy 
Co., r. 1613 Sutter 
"Aaron. See Aron. 

\arreberg Lauritz, cook, r. 514 Precita Av. 

Vbadie Barthelemi, laundryman, r. 3853, 24th. 

Vbadie Henry M., salesman, r. 1442 Sacra- 
mento 



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OPTICIAN, 

201 KEARNY. Cor. Sutter. 



iibadie John, butcher, r. 1359, 5th Av. South 
Abadie John, janitor Cercle Francais 
Abadie Lucien F., salesman, r. 1442 Sacra- 
mento 
Abadie William, r. 1442 Sacramento 
Abadie "William E., salesman, r. 1442 Sacra- 
mento 
ABBAY WIIililAM C. 

staple and fancy groceries, wines and liq- 
uors, 1311 Polk, tel. Larkin 324 
Abbe Herman, waiter, r. 1309 Stockton 
Abbe Naru, clerk Yokohama Specie Bank, r. 

1212 Jones 
Abben Oscar M., salesman C. P. Kaiser, r. 1100 

Folsom 
Abbes Franz H., painter, 1803 Polk, r. 1906 Fil- 
bert 
Abbey A. E., barber M. Boenis, r. 105, 10th 
Abbey Alfred, mining, r. 1694 Post 
Abbey David, doorman Palace Hotel, r. 810 

Mission 
Abbey Edgar W., cashier Herring Hall Mar- 
vin Co., r. 1318 Castro, Oakland 
Abbey Effervescent Salt Co., 634 Mission 
Abbey John, laborer S. P. Co., r. 356 Minna 

ABBEY LAND & IMPROVEMENT CO. 

George L. Center president, H. T. Graves 

secretary, 916 Market 
Abbey Maria M. Miss, operator, r. 491 Fell 
Abbot George, wooldealer, r. Paciflc-Union 

Club 
ABBOT S. LEONARD JR. _ 

secretary Security Savings Bank, ~^ills 

Bldg., r. 2511 Pierce 

ABBOTSFORD HOTEL 

Sigmund Alsberg proprietor, N. s. Broad- 
way bet. Larkin and Polk 
ABBOTSFORD THE 

Lauriston & Ross, proprietors, 26 Eddy, 
tel. Black 1705 
Abbott Albert F., clerk Gen. Pass, office S. P. 
Co., r. Oakland 



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Abbott Alkaloidal Co. (Chicago, 111.) 807 Sutter 
Abbott Allan H., clerk S. P. Co., 613 Market, 

r. 2U9 Bush 

Abbott Amos, janitor City Hall, r. 416 Dupont 

Abbott Carl H. (Campbell, Fitzgerald, Abbott 

& Fowler) atty-at-law, 530 California, r. 

Oakland 

Abbott Charles, teamster Collins & Lyons, r. 

40 Juniper 
ABBOTT CHARLES H. 

wool broker, NW. cor. 5th and Bluxome, 
tel. South 64, r. 1632 Vallejo, tel. Sutter 131 
Abbott Charles T., physician, r. 3278, 21st 
Abbott Clara E. Mrs., nurse Homoeopathic 

Sanatorium 
Abbott Edward A., bookseller, r. 720 Leaven- 
worth 
Abbott Edward S., paperhanger, r. 128 Langton 
ABBOTT F, H. 

book and job printer and binder, 314-316 
Battery, tel. Main 1299, r. 39 Vicksburg 
Abbott Frank W., driver F. B. Joyce Oil Co., 

r. 420A, 7th 
Abbott F. Spaulding, physician, 916 Market 
Abbott George, cementworker T. N. Furlong, 

r. 863% Market 
Abbott George A., painter, r. 691 Geary 
Abbott George E.. painter, r. 408 Tehama 
Abbott George H., r. 509 Laguna 
Abbott George W., clerk Clothing and Equip- 
age Dept. U. S. A., r. 221 Capp 
Abbott Harry L., clerk Howard H. Hogan 

Co., r. 1166 Golden Gate Av. 
Abbott Helen, widow, r. 420a, 7th 
Abbott Isabel, stenographer Fireman's Fund 

Ins. Co., r. Alameda 
Abbott James, teamster U. S. A., r. 1611 Ton- 

quin 
Abbott John, marine fireman, r. 52 Natoma 
Abbott John, seaman, r. 719 Brannan rear 
Abbott Lillian Miss, principal Sunshine Kin- 
dergarten, r. 570 Harrison 
Abbott Mary J., widow, r. 509 Laguna 
Abbott Maud L. Mrs., Kindergarten, NE. cor. 

Polk and Pacific Av., r. 1623 Clay 
Abbott Ralph H., clerk local freight office S. 

P. Co., r. 622 Post 
Abbott S. E. Mrs., widow, r. 414 Locust 
Abbott Thomas, watchman, r. 306 Diamond 
Abbott William, cashier Eaton & Mains, r. 

345 Haight 
Abbott William, liquors, 416 Dupont 
Abbott William, stableman, r. 17 Dikeman PI. 
ABBOTT WILLIAM M. 

attorney-at-law and deputy Attorney Gen- 
eral State of California, 1204 Claus Spreck- 
els Bldg., r. 778 Clayton 
Abbott William M., carpenter, r. 711 Ivy Av. 
(C^ Abbott. See Abbot 
Abeille Marius, cook, r. 452 Natoma 
Abel Charles, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Abel Halvor C, hassockmaker, r. 532 Grove 
Abel Herman, marblecutter, r. 229 Moultrie 
Abel John J., bricklayer, r. 1129 Howard 
Abel Margaret T. Mrs., r. Ill Hearst Av. 
Abel Paul, laborer, r. 81 Zoe 
Abel Paul, pressman. Hicks-Judd Co., r. 35 

Madison Av. 
Abel Richard H., clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co.. r. 35 Madison Av. 
(n^Abel. See Aabel and Able 
Abele Anton, butcher, r. 1503, 8th Av. South 
Abele F. Mrs., widow, r. 1503. 8th Av. South 
Abele Joseph E., barber Charles Caccia, r. 419 
Stockton 



Abele Meta, widow, r. 2126 Mission 
Abele Robert F., salesman, r. 2126 Mission 
Abeling J. Clemens, wheelwright A. Vetter, r. 

60 McLea Court 
Abell Gerald L., office, 22% Geary, r. Oakland 
Abels Catherine, widow, r. 1755 Howard 
Abels Henry L., salesman Marshall, Teggart 

& Co., r. 1755 Howard 
Abels Herman, plate printer M. J. Slattery, r. 

1755 Howard 
Abels Peter H., salesman, r. 1755 Howard 
Abelson Andrew, seaman, r. 812 Kearny 
Abend Post, San PYancisco (German daily and 

weekly) 535 California 
Abend Post Co., Charles A. Samuels president, 
publishers San Francisco Abend Post, 535 
California 
Abercrombie Gustav M., bookkeeper Pacific 

Coast Jockey Club, r. 730 Lyon 
Abernathy John, r. 51 Clay 
Abernathy William C, sweeper Harbor Com- 
missioners, r. 51 Clay 
Aberonette Jean, cook, r. 421, 4th 
Ablangaro Frank, r. 1309 Kearny 
Able Peter, baker, r. 413 Minna 
ABNEB DOBLE COMPANY 

iron, steel and metals and mining machin- 
ery, 200-210 Fremont, tel. Main 998 
About California (monthly) Claus Spreckels 

Bldg. 
Abraham Abraham, 2d hand clothing, 404 

Pacific 
Abraham Annie Miss, r. N. s. Greenwich bet. 

Franklin and Gough 
Abraham Carl, tailor, 302 Turk 
ABBAHAM CHARLES O. 

proprietor Western Nursery, N. s. Green- 
wich bet. Franklin and Gough 
Abraham Charles J., clerk Joseph S. Warren. 

r. 884 Fulton 
Abraham Christian, longshoreman, r. 10 Ritch 
Abraham Christian B., salesman Wichman, 

Lutgen & Co., r. Alameda 
Abraham David, salesman Heller, Bachman 

& Co., r. 884 Fulton 
Abraham Frank, barber, 609 Larkin, r. 607 

Larkin 
Abraham Frederick, bartender Joseph Bauer, 

r. 263 Clementina 
Abraham Gabriel (Rosenblum & Abraham) r. 

1146 Turk 
Abraham Gussie Miss, suspendermaker, r. 607 

Larkin 
Abraham Hyman. capmaker, r.626 Lombard 
Abraham Isaac B., machinist Union Iron 

Wks.. r. 912 Michigan 
Abraham Jacob, propr. The Clifton. 233 Powell 
Abraham Jacob Mrs., widow, r. 884 Fulton 
Abraham J. B., machinist Etienne & Dillen- 

burg, r. 149, 1st 
Abraham Joseph, r. 323a, 49th Av. 
Abraham Louis, salesman Harry Unna Co., r. 

217 Eddy 
Abraham Louis J., salesman, r. 3582, 17th 
ABBAHAM MAX 

caterer, 476 Geary, tel. Main 1924, r. 930 ■ 
Broderick 
Abraham Max, tailor, 320 Montgomery Av., r. 

1228 Jackson 
Abraham Meyer, tailor, 36 Grove 
Abraham Morris, cutter Rosenblum & Abra- 
ham, r. 1146 Turk 
Abraham Nathan, salesman Heller, Bachman 

& Co., r. 232, 2d Av. 
Abraham Philip, insurance, 226 Sansome, r. < 

232, 2d Av. 
Abraham Regina, widow, r. Pac. Hebrew < 

Home 
Abraham Sadie, widow, r. 129 Hyde 
Abraham Sadie Mrs., furnished rooms, 4t I 

Turk 
Abraham Samuel, salesman, r. 884 Fulton 
C?" Abraham. See Abrahams, Abrahm, Abram 

and Abrams 
Abrahams A. & M. (Abraham and Meyer) 
clothing, 4 Clay 



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I Abrahams Aaron (Abrahams Bros.) r. 2100 
j California 

', Abrahams Abraham (A. & M. Abrahams) r. 
1 1451 Buchanan 
Abrahams Brothers (Louis and Aaron) bank- 
ers, 4 Sutter 
i Abrahams Henry, r. 24031/^ California 
Abrahams Hyman, salesman George Greenz- 

■weig & Co., r. 39 South Park 
Abrahams Isidor, barber H. T. Walsh, r. 683 
) McAllister 
, Abrahams Joseph, groceries, 544 Geary, r. 621 

Post 
Abrahams Joseph, tailor, 410 Kearny, r. 1253 

Ellis 
Abrahams L., salesman D. Samuels Lace 
I House Co., r. 711 Webster 
i Abrahams Louis (Abrahams Bros.) r. 2100 Cal- 
[ ifornia 

j Abrahams M. Mrs., r. 606 Sutter 
' Abrahams Max, diamond broker, 126 Kearny, 

r. 1732 Buchanan 
Abrahams Meyer (A. & M. Abrahams) r. 1253 

Ellis 
Abrahams Morris, salesman Sideman, Lach- 

man & Co., r. The Wenban 
Abrahams Nathan, junkdealer, r. 1284 Eddy 
Abrahams Samuel, salesman L. Dinkelspiel & 

Sons 
Abrahams Sarah, widow, r. 320 Page 
Abrahams Simon, laborer, r. 639^4 Natoma 
Abrahamsen Gunlek, shipwright, r. 526 Har- 
rison 
Abrahamsen Louis, driver River Express Co. 
Abrahamsen Niels, seaman, r. 28 Sacramento 
ABBAHAMSON ALEXANDER 

proprietor Hotel Richelieu, 1012-1016 Van 

Ness Av. 
Abrahamsen Alma Miss, dressmaker, r. 241 

Fell 
Abrahamson Anthony E., engineer, r. 30% 

Stanly PI. 
Abrahamson Benjamin P., ventilating engi- 
neer, r. 10221/2 Hyde 
Abrahamson F., marine engineer, 36 East 

South, r. Alameda 
Abrahamson Gustave, oflBce 220 Sutter, r. 1716 

Pell 
Abrahamson Harry, tailor, r. 559 Minna 
Abrahamson Hilda Mrs., r. 2045 Mission 
Abrahamson Joseph, boxmaker, r. 1209 Oc- 

tavia 
Abrahamson Josephine, widow, r. 45 Chesley 
Abrahamson Julius, bookkeeper, r. 817 Pine 
Abrahamson Lazarus, hebrew books and to- 
bacco, 962 Folsom 
Abrahamson Peter (Abrahamson Ventilating 

Co.) r. 1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Samuel, salesman Santa Clara 

Valley Paper Co., r. 1209 Octavia 
Abrahamson S. Edward, clerk Revere Rubber 

Co., r. 613 Jones 
Abrahamson Sven A., seaman str. South 

Coast, r. 211 Steuart 
ABBAHAMSOX VENTILATING CO. 
i (P. Abrahamson) ventilators, 623 Howard 
iC^ Abrahamson. See Abramson 
Abrahm Pauline, widow, r. 1426 Fulton 
Abrahm Samuel, salesman, r. 1426 Fulton 
Abram Martin, lodgings, 632 Mission 
Abram Robert, shipjoiner William Robinson, 

r. 188 Linden Av. 
ABRAMOFF ABRAHAM 

voice cultivation, 550 Sutter 
Abramovich Andrew (Abramovich Bros.) r. 

400 Devisadero 
Abramovich Brothers (John and Drago) 

liquors, 400 Devisadero 
Abramovich Brothers (John, Andrew and 
I Drago) restaurant, 405 Devisadero 
Abramovich Drago (Abramovich Bros.) r. 400 

Devisadero 
Abramovich John (Abramovich Bros.) r. 400 

Devisadero 
Abramovich Joseph L., 2d hand clothing, 

11401^ Howard 



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Abramovich & Co. (Mark Tasovaz) fruits and 

dairy produce, 1654 Polk 
Abrams Abe, r. 18 Mason 
Abrams Abe, merchant, r. 633 Eddy 
Abrams Abraham, peddler, r. 263 Shipley 

ABRAMS ALBERT DR. 

physician and professor of Pathology 
Cooper Medical College, ofllce 784 Geary 
near Hyde, hoxirs 1 to 3 p. m., r. 401 Baker 

Abrams Amelia, widow, r. 1509 Geary 

Abrams Bernard, tailor, r. 263 Shipley 

Abrams Blanche Miss, stenographer D. M. 
Osborne & Co. 

Abrams David, tailor, r. 40 Ellis 

Abrams Edgar, r. 1716 Pacific Av. 

Abrams Emma Mrs., r. 344 Tehama 

Abrams George (Abrams & Cohn) r. 1716 Pa- 
cific Av. 

Abrams George, jeweler Shreve & Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Abrams Gus D., cigars, 210 Kearny, r. 1728a 
Sutter 

Abrams Gustave, salesman B. Roman, r. 1508 
O'Farrell 

Abrams H. & Co. (Herman Abrams and Jacob 
Cohen) pawnbrokers, 785 Mission and 
85, 3d 

Abrams Henry M. (M. L. Levy & Co.) r. 1728a 
Sutter 

Abrams Herman (H. Abrams & Co.) r. 1111b 
Golden Gate Av. 

Abrams Isaac, delivery clerk Postal Tel. Cable 
Co., r. Baden 

Abrams Isaac, salesman Son Bros. & Co., 571 
Ellis 

Abrams Isadore, barber, r. 683 McAllister 

Abrams Jacob, salesman A. Schwartz, r. 442 
Fulton 

Abrams John, r. 35 Noe 

Abrams Julia, widow, r. 418 Leavenworth 

Abrams Julia, widow, r. 700 Jones 

Abrams Julius, r. 78 Fair Oaks 

Abrams Lippman, tailor, r. 716 Broadway 

Abrams Louis, r. 822 Turk 

Abrams Louis, foreman Cleveland Faucet Co., 
r. 2221/^ Grove 

Abrams Louis, 2d hand furniture, 1105 Mission, 
r. 650 Minna 

Abrams Louisa, widow, r. 1716 Pacific Av. 

Abrams Max, r. 421 Linden Av. 

Abrams Max, furnishing goods, 314 Hayes 

Abrams Max, salesman, r. 222^ Grove 

Abrams Max, tailor, r. 25 Harriet 

Abrams Melville S., r. 1716 Pacific Av. 

Abrams Morris, bottle dealer, r. 1520 Devisa- 
dero 

Abrahams Moses, salesman Graf Bros., r. 1265 
Eddy 

Abrams Rose Miss, saleslady, r. 1265 Eddy 

Abrams Samuel, bookkeeper Meyerfeld, Mit- 
chell & Co., r. Berkeley 

Abrams Samuel, salesman Rosenthal's, r. 1343 
Golden Gate Av. ^ 

Abrams Simon, 2d hand clothing, 952 Howard 

Abrams Thomas, mfrs.' agent, r. 835 McAl- 
lister 

Abrams William, expressman, NE. cor. How- 
ard and 4th, r. 222% Grove 

Abrams Zeke, r. 312 Stockton 

Abrams & Cohn (George Abrams and Harry A. 
Cohn) dentists, 54, 6th 

in^ Abrams. See Abraham, Abrahams and 
Abram 

Abramskey E. E. Miss, r. 628 Sutter 



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Abramskey S. D. Mrs., r. 628 Sutter 
Abramson David, r. 1911 Ellis 
ABBAMSON BDWABB 

president Abramson-Heunisch Co., 10-16 
Main. r. 623 Baker 

ABRAMSON-HEUNISCH CO. 

(incorporated) Edward Abramson presi- 
dent, Adam Heimisch vice-president, Max 
M. Cohn secretary, C. N. Splero treasurer, 
bottlers', liquor dealers' and druggists' 
supplies and corks, 10-16 Main, teL Main 
1847 

Abramson Mono, salesman Gerson & Baer, r. 
1911 Ellis 

Abramson P.. seaman str. Senator 

Abramson Rudolph, clerk L. Lebenbaum & 
Co.. r. 1911 Ellis 

CC^ Abramson. See Abrahamson 

Abrate Carolina, widow, dressmaker, r. 710 
Green 

Abrate Charles, salesman, r. 625^^4 Green 

Abrate Louis, linotype operator L'ltalia 

Abrego Adelaide, widow, r. 857 Bush 

Abrego George, barber Stern & Clark, r. cor. 
Eddy and Leavenworth 

Abrego George A., barber, r. 132S Vallejo 

Abrego Louis, clerk J. A. Folger & Co., r. 857 
Bush 

Abrego R.. employe Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., r. 
339 Eddy 

Abrott Andrew, with Arctic Oil 'U'TiS., r. Ber- 
keley 

Abt Charles, carrier PostoflBce. r. Alameda 

Abt Moriz. groceries and liquors, 429 Minna 

Academy Building. 330 Pine 

Academy Hall, 927 Mission 

ACADEMY OF LANGHJAQES 

Prof. T. B. De Filippe principal and 
proprietor, 320 Post 

ACADESCIT OF SCIENCES 
library and museum. 819 Market 

Academy of the Immaculate Conception, 1212- 
1214 Guerrero 

ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART 

Madam Gorman. Superior, SW. cor. Frank- 
lin and Ellis 

Accardi Alfred, barber C. N. Fleischman, r. 
1112 Powell 

Accattino Joseph, helper Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 1 
Hartman 

Aced E. A., with H. Levi & Co., r. 2009 Powell 

Aceras A. A., machinist G. S. & Miners' Iron 
Wks. r. 7081^ Folsom 

Aceret Charles, blacksmith, r. 240 Minna 

Aceret Emil, cutter Neustadter Bros., r. 629 
Ivy Av. 

Aceret Jacob, gardener Masonic Cemetery, r. 
2103 Golden Gate Av. 

Ach Henry (Rothchild & Ach) atty-at-law, 
Mills Bldg., r. 2711 Pacific Av. 

Ach Julius, agent Jacob S. Bernheimes & 
Bros., r. 2015 Bush 

Achard Julia A. Mrs., midwife, r. 156, 2d 

Achenbach Charles, bartender Frederick San- 
dersfeld, r. IS East South 

Acheson Allen E., barber, Safe Deposit Bldg., 

r. 5 Tremont Av. 
[C^ Acheson. See Atchinson, Atchison and 

Atkinson 
Achille George, clerk G. Marachi, r. 1919 Sut- 
ter 
Achilles Thomas F., shipwright, r. 145 Han- 
cock 
Achstetter Antone, cabinetmaker, r. 55 Shipley 



AchufT Frank, apprentice Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., 
r. 730 Sutter 

Ackenhiel Michel, r. 543 Fulton 

Acker Charles F., blacksmith, 175 Stevenson, 
r. 240 Minna 

ACEEB FBANCIS V. 

contractor and builder, 1327 Bush, r. 2417 
Buchanan ' L 

Acker Jacques, r. 1320 Stockton H 

ACKEB NICHOLAS A. I 

patent attorney, 14 Sansome, rooms 46-48, I 
tel. Main 1784, r. Fruitvale i 

Acker Valentine, r. 825 Post 

IE?" Acker, See Aker 

Ackerlev Frank E., machinist Union Iron ii 
Wks., r. 506, 20th I 

Ackerman Achilles, machinist Fulton Eng. & 
Ship Bldg. Wks., r. 847 Greenwich 

Ackerman Albert H., commission, 330 Pine, r. 
2419 Washington 

Ackerman Amelia, widow, r. 2217 California 

Ackerman Bessie, widow, r. 19 Bridge PI. 

Ackerman Carl E., reporter Report, r. 289 
Geary 

Ackerman C. H., master mariner, r. 2738 Fol- 
som 

Ackerman Charles, clerk Owl Drug Co., r. 
2738 Folsom 

Ackerman Charles H., printer Levison Print- 
ing Co.. r. 502 Bush 

Ackerman Charles L. (Naphtaly, Freidenrich 
& Ackerman) atty-at-law, 426 California, 
r. 2202 California 

Ackerman Edward (Ackerman & Kohn) r. 1316 
Sutter 

Ackerman George, baker str. San Bias 

Ackerman Gottlieb Mrs., dressmaking, 214^^ 
Grove 

Ackerman Hart S., r. 2419 Washington 

Ackerman H. C, master mariner, office 9 Mar- 
ket 

Ackerman Henry L.. supt. San Francisco Dis- 
trict Tel. Co., 246 Sutter, r. 1072 Ellis 

Ackerman Hyman, r. 2217 California 

Ackerman Isador H., office 330 Pine, r. 1423 
Sutter 

ACKEBlSf AN ISIDOB S. 

manager Anglo-American Crockery and 
Glassware Co., 108-120 Pine. r. 1423 Sutter 

Ackerman John D., land atty., 606 Montgom- 
ery, r. Oakland 

Ackerman Nellie Miss, stenographer Santa Pe • 
Route, r. 796 Van Ness Av. 

Ackerman Robert, master mariner, r. 514 ■ 
Brannan 

Ackerman Samuel J., salesman D. N. & B. 
Walter Co., r. 1324 Sutter 

Ackerman S. L. (L. Greenbaum & Co.) r. 2120 
Jackson 

Ackerman S. S. Mrs., solicitor Atlas Assur- 
ance Co.. r. 2419 Washington 

Ackerman Zig, secretary Tesla Co., r. 2202 
California 

ACKEBMAN & KOHN 

(Edward Ackerman and Phillip Kohn) car- 
pets, rugs, linoleum, mattings, etc., 123 
Geary, tel. Bush 128 

Ackermann Charles J., salesman McLeod & 
Hatje, r. 3045 Steiner 

Ackermann Ulrich, chemist Am. Cream Tar- 
tar Co., r. 510 Bush 
(C^" Ackermann. See Akermann 

Ackerson Catherine, widow, r. 5 Welsh 

Ackerson Charles, r. 1111 Shotwell 
Ackerson Charles W., clerk Koenig's, r. 306 

Green 
Ackerson Emma, widow, r. 306 Green 
Ackerson George E., liquors, SW. cor. 3d and 

Howard, r. 1477 Geary 
Ackerson Kate Mrs., propr. The Fulton, 3 

Fulton 
Ackerson William W.. Ins., r. 2125 Pine 
B::^ Ackerson. See Acheson, Atchison, Atchin- 
son and Atkinson 

ACKLEY EDWABD 

collector 610 Emma Spreckels Bldg., 927 
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I Ackley Edwin M., optician Berteling Optical 

j Co., r. Oakland 

! Ackley Henry S., r. 1416 Hyde 

ICTAckman. See Akmann 
, Acme Building and Loan Association, 14 Post 
1 Acme Coffee Co., Gustave Kiedlin president, 

5(6, 5th 
Acme Engraving Co., Andrew C. Cunningham 

manager, 436 Montgomery 
Acme House, Edward Rolkin propr.', 957-961 

Market 
lACME OIL LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO. 

Gustave Berson secretary, 314 Montgomery, 
j room 4 

ACME PRINTING CO. 
j Eugene L. Marshall manager, printing of 
I every description, 27 Geary, tel. Black 

3861 
'Acme White Lead and Color Works (Detroit, 
! Mich.) 303 California 
iAcors Anna G., widow, r. 814 Jessie 
Acosta George, waiter, r. 523 Jones 
.Acosta Pedro, secy. Consul Guatemala, r. 611 

Geary 
(CT Acres. See Akers 
Acton Catherine, widow, r. 2172, 15th 
Acton John B., collector. Safe Deposit Bldg., 

r. 2429 Buchanan 
Acton John L., stockcutter Cahn, Nickela- 

burg & Co., r. 926 Mission 
Acton Joseph, porter Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

3 Kappeler Court 
Acton Richard, harnessmaker, 2803 Mission, r. 

3278, 24th 
Acton William, painter, r. 218 Eddy 
Adair George, r. 32 East South 
Adair Jacob, tailor, r. 511 Jones 
Adair Robert G., machinist Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1007^^ Harrison 
Adair William H., druggist S. A. McDonnell, 

r. 971 Post 
Adair William T., polisher W. & J. Sloane & 

Co., r. Alameda 
Adam August, bottler Western Bottling Co., 

r. 71 Converse 
Adam Charles, driver National Brewery Co., 

r. 680 Ash Av. 
ADAH GEOBQE 

physician and surgeon, 146 Phelan Bldg., 

office hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m., r. 1196 

Green cor. Hyde, tel. East 471 
Adam Henry O., barber, 107 Plymouth Av. 
Adam Herman, treasurer The Stuparich Mfg. 

Co., r. 816 Devlsadero 
Adam John E. E., gasfltter Gas Consumers' 

Assn., r. 333 Jessie 
Adam L. Douglas, asst. city editor Call, r. 

1449 Clay 
Adam Robert, baker, r. 27591/^ Harrison 
ADAM THOMAS 

(estate of) Mrs. K. A. Rivers, administra- 
trix, 838 Hayes 
Adam & Kibbe Building, Market, Kearny and 

Geary 
Adaml Alessandro, fisherman, r. 2 Pringle 

Court 
\.dami Christian, r. 1072 Howard rear 
A.dami Henry, cook New Washington Hotel 
A.dami Henry, driver John Schlichtmann, r. 

221 Birch Av. 
A.dami John, cooper D. Woerner, r. 1072 How- 
ard 
A.dami John, lodgings, 113 Trenton 
^.dami Philip, laborer, r. 965, 5th Av. South 
C^Adami. See Adamy and Adema 
^dams A. A., r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
\dams Adolph, porter William Cluff Co., r. 

1029 Greenwich 
Vdams A. Judson, stationery, 245 Sanchez 
\dams Albert, laborer, r. 25 Victoi la 
V-dams Albert, molder Enterprise Boundry 
idams Albert, shoemaker, r. 116i^ Clara 
Vdams Albert F., horseshoer, 2407 Mission, r. 

250 San Carlos Av. 
i.dams Albert F., internal revenue adjuster, 
423 Washington, r. 488 Geary 



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Adams Alexander P., coffee roaster. 

Masonic Av. 
Adams Alfred J., conductor Market Sc. 

3911 Sacramento 
Adams Almira H., widow, r. 3360, 18th 
Adams Amos C. (Adams & Adams) 

Webster 

Adams Annie, widow, r. 917 Market 
ADAMS AKCHIBALD H. 

president and manager Autographic Reg- 
ister Co., 523 Market, r. 1804 Central Av., 

Alameda 
Adams Archibald W., inspector U. S. Customs, 

r. 1053 Golden Gate Av. 
Adams Arthur L., clerk Postofflce, r. 136 Tre- 

mont Av. 
Adams Belle Mrs., propr. The Utica, 529 Tay- 
lor 
Adams Benjamin, bootblack 55 Ellis, r. 18 

Ellis 
Adams Benjamin, shoemaker Siebe Shoe Co., 

r. Oakland 
Adams Bert, salesman C. L. Adams, r. 1450 

Masonic Av. 
Adams Bertram, clerk Koch & Becker, r. 3360, 

18th 
ADAMS-BOOTH CO. 

(Sacramento) wholesale grocers, office 405 

Front, room 4 
Adams Building, 206 Kearny 
Adams Burr L., barber, r. 1055 Market 
ADAMS C. P. CO. 

James Price manager, dealers in household 

necessities, 156, 5th, tel. Jessie 1821. 
Adams C. Frank., bookkeeper, r. 300 Pennsyl- 
vania Av. 
Adams Charles, machinist Pulton Eng. & Ship 

Bldg. Wks., r. 8071^ Union 
ADAMS CHABIiES 

merchant tailor, 244 Stockton, r. 1251 

Hayes 
Adams Charles, salesman, r. 421 McAllister 
Adams Charles Albert (Adams & Adams) r. 

1248 Waller 
Adams Charles D., baker, r. 1531, 12th Av. 

South 
Adams Charles E., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1187 Noe 
Adams Charles H., with William J. Adams, r. 

3049 Washington 
Adams Charles L., propr. Lind Vineyard Wine 

Cellar, 212 Eddy, r. 1450 Masonic Av. 
Adams Charles L., shipjoiner P. C. SS. Co., r. 



conductor Market St. Ry., 
carpenter S. P. Co., r. 7 



East Oakland 
Adams Charles M., 

r. 9 Beideman 
Adams Charles W., 

Uranus 
Adams Charles W., cigars 128 Golden Gate 

Av., r. 512 Golden Gate Av. 
Adams Clara A. Miss, teacher Cooper Primary 

School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Conrad, liquors, 204, 3d, r. 205, 3d 
Adams Cosmopolitan Grammar School, Adolph 

Herbst principal, Eddy bet. Polk an^ Van 

Ness Av. 
Adams Cyrenus, mfrs.' agent, r. 310 Leaven- 
worth 
Adams Daisy, lodgings, 283 Stevenson 
Adams D. Q., motorman S. F. & S. M. Elec. 

Ry. Co, r. 665 San Jose Av. 
Adams E., cook str. Senator 
Adams Edward, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 824 Lombard 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS. 

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Adams Edward, laborer, r. 25 Victoria 
Adams Edward, liquors, 1051 Howard 
Adams Edward F., agricultural editor Chron- 
icle, r. Wrights Station, Cal. 
ADAMS EDWAKD MILLS 

attorney-at-law, 508 Montgomery 
Adams Edward R., metermaker S. F. Gas & 

Elec. Co., r. 435 Golden Gate Av. 
Adams Edwin, glovecutter F. G. Conklin & 

Co., r. Alameda 
Adams E. H., jeweler, r. Lick House 
Adams Elizabeth, widow, r. 609 Gough 
Adams Ellen, widow, r. 25 Victoria 
Adams Miss Ellen, saleslady, r. 1210 Mason 
Adams Ellen D., widow, r. 233 Pierce 
Adams Ellen E., widow, r. 1501 Washington 
Adams Emil, paperhanger. r. 108% McAllis- 
ter rear 
Adams Emma, widow, r. 1208 Valencia 
Adams Ethel Miss, tailoress, r. 116% Clara 
Adams E. W., salesman Baker & Hamilton, r. 

204 McAllister 
Adams F., employe Studebaker Bros. Mfg. 

Co., r. 1027% Harrison 
Adams Forest E., clerk Mau. Sadler & Co., r. 

2940 California 
Adams Frank, engineer str. San Joaquin No. 4 
Adams Frank, teamster, r. 1 Pringle Court 
Adams Frank B., patternmaker, r. 136 Tre- 

mont Av. 
Adams F^ank C, carpenter, 1009 Post, r. 710b 

Ellis 
Adams Frank E., salesman Bellingham Bay 

Imp. Co., r. Oakland 
Adams Frank H., r. 1913 Pacific Av. 
Adams Frank L., manager Frank L. Adams 

Co., 414 Kearny 
Adams Frank L. Co., tailors, 414 Kearny 
Adams Frank M., clerk Johnson Bros., r. 2710 

Devisadero 
Adams Fred H. 

Valencia 
Adams Frederick, 
Adams Frederick 

ramento 
Adams Frederick 

porium, r. 117 Jones 
Adams George, bookkeeper, 

Av. 

Adams George, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
Adams George C. Rev. D. D., pastor First 

Congregational Church, r. 2710 Devisadero 
Adams George C, teamster, r. 738 Laurel Av. 
Adams George J., expressman, SW. cor. Post 

and Grant Av., r. 2322 Jones 
Adams George P., searcher records, r. 1417 

Hyde 
Adams George Ward, clerk James de Frem- 

ery & Co., r. 1274 Vallejo 
Adams Gertrude Miss, nurse Hospital for Chil- 
dren 
Adams Gideon J., conductor Sutter St. Ry., 

r. 2518 Sutter 
Adams Gilbert, barber E. S. Kepner, r. 416 

Taylor 
Adams Gordon, longshoreman, r. Contra Costa 

House 
Adams Gustave, brewer Broadway Brewery, r. 

824 Lombard 
Adams Harold S., clerk Fisher Bros., r. 423 

Eddy 
Adams Harry, clerk Lowenberg & Co., r. 3022 

California 
Adams Harry, laborer, r. 26 Victoria 



machinist S. P. Co., 



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steward, r. 27% Bernard 
A., sailmaker, r. 1018 Sac- 

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Adams Harry B., clerk Hartford Fire Ins. 

Co., r. 526 Post 
Adams Harry G., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

1059% Broadway 
Adams Harry H. (Phelps & Adams) r. Oak- 
land 
Adams Harry H. (Sweeney & Adams) atty-at- 

law, 214 McAllister, r. 603 Polk 
Adams Harry W., traveling freight agent Chi- 

cago, Rock Island & Pac. Ry., r. Oakland 
Adams Hattie L. Miss, bookkeeper Sanborn- 

Perris Map Co., r. 938 Geary 
Adams Hiram W., carpenter, 1306 Mission, r. 

706 Folsom 
Adams H. L., laundryman, r. 175% Clara 
Adams Horace T., student, r. 119 Fell 
Adams House, 519 Sacramento 
Adams House, 655 Washington 
Adams Ida M. Miss, stenographer Woodln & 

Little, r. 3360, 18th 
Adams Isaac, barber, r. 1625 Pine 
ADAMS JACOB 

proprietor Broadway Brewery, SW. cor. 

19th and Treat Av., r. 824 Lombard 
Adams James, corporal police, r. 2940 Califor- 
nia 
Adams James B., apothecary, r. 413 Larkin 
ADAMS JAMES C. 

attorney-at-law, Adams Bldg., 206 Kearny, 

rooms 502-505-506-507, tel. Bush 40, r. Oak- 
land 
Adams James S., compositor Louis Roesch 

Co., r. 3022 California 
Adams Jay W., Pass. Agent Nickel Plate, 

West Shore and Fitchburg Railroad, r. 819 ' 

Haight 
Adams J. C, r. 2926 Bush 
Adams J. Frank, manager East oflBce Pac. 

Tel. & Tel. Co., r. 1412 Bush 
Adams Joel, laborer Western Sugar Ref., r. 

216c Pitch rear 
Adams John, laborer, r. 456 Athens 
Adams John, restaurant, 1443 Harrison 
Adams John E. (Brown & Adams) r. 2220 

Jackson 
Adams John F., r. 419 Elizabeth 
Adams John G., r. 807% Union 
Adams John G., builder, 40 New Montgomery, 

r. 761 Haight 
Adams John H., horseshoer, r. 1115% Broad- 
way 
Adams John L., porter, r. 933 Kearny 
Adams John N., salesman Hale Bros., r. 906 

Market 
Adams John Q., r. 603 Polk 
Adams John Q., porter Tayler & Spotswood 

Co., r. 456 Athens 
Adams Joseph, cook str. Grant 
Adams Joseph, musician, r. 253 Stevenson 
Adams Joseph A., janitor, r. 1222 Bush 
Adams Kate D. Mrs., teacher shorthand, r. 

1734 Devisadero 
Adams Laura M. Miss, photographer. Flood 

Bldg., r. 7 Uranus 
ADAMS LAWSON S. 

(Adams-Booth Co.) 405 Front, r. 875 Bush 
Adams Lawson S., Jr., with Lawson S. Adama, 

r. 875 Bush 
Adams Lena Miss, teacher Ayres Business 

College, r. 3360, 18th 
Adams Lillian D. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 116% 

Clara 
Adams Lorenzo O. (Taylor, Adams & Pritch- 

ard) r. 31 Hill 
Adams Louis, r. 2 Tehama 
Adams Louise H., widow, r. 1913 Pacific Av. 
Adams Lucy F. Miss, teacher Henry Durant 

Primary School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Mary, widow, r. 271, 7th 
Adams Mary, widow, boarding, 105 Clark 
Adams Mary A., widow, r. 116% Clara 
Adams Mary F., widow, r. 1412 Bush 
Adams M. E., cashier C. L. Adams, r. 1450 

Masonic Av. 
Adams Minnie, widow, r 1141 Howard 
Adams Nelson, driver Bay City Soda Water 

Co., r. 802 Page 



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Adams Nicholas, conductor S. F. & S. M. Elec. 
Ry. Co., r. 118 Valley 

Adams Octavian R., sexton Howard St. M. E. 
I Church, r. 706 Folsom 

1 Adams Orlando B., barber, 300 Golden Gate 
Av. 

Adams Rebecca J. Miss, bookkeeper, 
Gough 

Adams Richard H. 

Adams Rose Miss, tailoress, r. 116% Clara 

Adams Rose M. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 603 Polk 

Adams Rose N., widow, r. 707 Stockton 

Adams Sadie E. Mrs., inspectress U. S. Cus- 
toms, r. 822 O'Farrell 
.■ Adams Samuel, hack driver, r. 4066, 19th 
; Adams Samuel, shipwright, r. 224, 28th 
\ Adams S. G., carpenter, r. 1045 Market 
' Adams Thomas, butler, 2550 Webster 
i Adams Timothy W., sawmaker N. W. Spauld- 
ing Saw Co., r. 2534 Howard 

Adams W., teamster Cal. Construction Co., r. 
3525, 17th 

Adams Wallace E., clerk P. C. SS. Co., r. 
Oakland 

Adams Walter, carpenter, r. 335 Day 

Adams Wenzel, sausage mfr., 1078 Howard 

Adams William, cook, r. 737 Howard 

Adams William, machinist Union Gas Engine 
Co., r. 106 Hancock 

Adams William, operator Buckingham & 
Hecht, r. 2 Juri 

Adams William, salesman H. Levi & Co., r. 
2417 California 

Adams William, Jr., clerk Fireman's Fund 
Ins. Co., r. 2417 California 

Adams William A., paperhanger, r. 317 Clip- 
per 

Adams William E., hackman, r. 1304 Larkin 

Adams William F., bookkeeper Broadway 
Brewery, r. 824 Lombard 

Adams William F., freight clerk Cal. Trans. 
Co., r. 1302 Pacific 

Adams William G., clerk ticket Auditor's 
dept. S. P. Co., r. 1310a Page 

Adams William H., conductor U. S. Mint, r. 
Oakland 

Adams William H. 

Adams William H. 
per 

Adams William H., shipjoiner P. C. SS. Co., 
r. Oakland 

Adams William H. H., janitor, r. 369 Jessie 

Adams William J., mining engineer, 434 Cali- 
fornia, r. 1617 Lyon 

ADAMS WILLIAM J. 

wholesale lumber and shipping merchant 
and president Washington Mill Co., 10 Cal- 
ifornia, r. Menlo Park 

Adams William M., clerk, r. 1301 Vallejo 

Adams William R., steamfltter John G. lis & 
Co., r. 722b Green 

Adams William S., coffeeroaster 137, 1st, r, 
419 Elizabeth 

Adams William T. 
136 Oak 

lAdams William T., 
& Co. 

ADAMS & ADAMS 

(Amos C. and Charles Albert Adams) at- 
torneys-at-law, 137-139-141 Phelan Bldg. 

Adamson Andrew, helper Union Iron Wks.,' r. 
6 Harrison Av. 

Adamson August, boilermaker Fulton Eng. & 
Ship Bldg. Wks., r. 3013 Buchanan 

Adamson Martin, seaman, r. 8 Latona 

Adamson Mary Miss, clerk, r. 301 Leaven- 
worth 

Adamson Richard, r. 325 Lexington Av. 

Adamson Richard, Jr., salesman, r. 325 Lex- 
ington Av. 

Adamson Robert H., accountant Rudolph 
Mohr and secretary Hercules Oil Co., r. 
325 Lexington Av. 

Adamson Samuel H., stenographer Scott & 
Magner, r. 325 Lexington Av. 



painter, r. 1067 York 
ship carpenter, r. 37 Juni- 



railway postal clerk, r. 
salesman A. Fleishhacker 



New York Life Ins. Co. 

JOHN A. McCALL, President. 

THE OLDEST *ND URGEST INTESNATIONA'l LIFE INSURANCE CO. IN THE 
WORLD. SUPERVISED BY 62 GOVERNMENTS. 

GOLDEN GATE BRANCH 

Rooms 600-603 PARROTT BUILDING 
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Adamson W. R. H., executor estate of Adolph 
Sutro, oflace 628 Montgomery, r. Larkspur, 
Cal. 

Adamy Charles, shell jewelrymaker Herman 
Cook, r. 2228 Union 

Adamy Henry, cook William J. Small, r. 1090 
Tennessee 

Adamy Mary Mrs., r. 2228 Union 

(n? Adamy. See Adami 

Adcock John T., clerk C. F. Doe & Co., r. 910 
Valencia 

Adcock William N., jeweler Shreve & Co., r. 
130a Castro 

Adderley Anna, widow, r. 1569 Jackson 

Adderley Stanley, importer sponges, 150 New 
Montgomery, r. 1569 Jackson 

Adderson George W., draughtsman Risdon I. 
& L. Wks., r. 458, 14th 

Addiaco Joseph, bootblack 53, 5th, r. 1406^^ 
Dupont 

Addlcks John H., clerk auditing dept. Wells 
Fargo & Co., r. 320 Willard 

Addington Charles, carrepairer, r. 608, 6th 

Addis Robert C. (Hoskins & Addis) r. 78 El- 
liot Park 

Addison Charles W., r. 362, 3d 

Addison Charles W., shipjoiner Union Iron 
Wks., r. 504, 20th 

Addison Dora, widow, r. 575 Geary rear 

Addison Ellen, widow, r. 359 Lexington Av. 

Addison Eva, tailoress L. Friedman, r. 575 
Geary 

Addison George, storekeeper General Elec. 
Co., r. Berkeley 

Addison James, clerk Newman & Levinson, r. 
575 Geary 

Addison James, foreman machine shop Risdon 
I. & L. Wks., r. Alameda 

ADDISON THOMAS 

president Sacramento Electric Gas & Rail- 
way Co. and manager General Electric 
Co., 1114 Claus Spreckels Bldg., r. Pacific- 
Union Club 

ADDRESSOGRAPH THE 

(Chicago) W. D. McArthur agent, 114 Cal- 
ifornia, tel. Main 5294 

Ade George W., with Washington Mfg. Co. 

Ade Joseph G., driver, r. 51a Rausch 

Ade Pauline, widow, r. 51a Rausch 

Adelphia House, Edward Rolkin propr., 909 
Kearny 

Adelsdorfer Alfred (Adelsdorfer & Branden- 
stein) r. 1718 Bush 

Adelsdorfer Ernest, bookkeeper M. Blaskower 
& Co., r. 2019 Pine 

Adelsdorfer John C, clerk Am. Import Co., r. 
1605 Gough 

Adelsdorfer Joseph, r. 1718 Bush 

Adelsdorfer Louis, solicitor The Bulletin, r. 
1605 Gough 

Adelsdorfer Max, mfrs.' agent 220 Sutter, r. 
1718 Bush 

Adelsdorfer Rose, widow, r. 1605 Gough_, 

Adelsdorfer William, clerk auditing dept. 
Wells Fargo & Co., r. 776 O'Farrell 

ADELSDORFER & BRANDENSTEIN 
(Alfred Adelsdorfer, Manfred Brandenstein 
and Leon Greenebaum) importers cigars 
and proprs. Washington Mfg. Co., 19-21, 
1st 

Adelseck Edgar, clerk Western Sugar Ref., r. 
724a Green 

Adelseck Frank, engineer tug Sea Queen, r. 
724a Green 



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Adelson H. Bernard, optician, r. 8 Moss 
Adelson Julius, r. 8 Moss 
Adelson Rebecca, widow, r. 8 Moss 
Adelstein David, cutter Neustadter Bros., r. 

1017 Post 
Adelstein Heyman S., propr. New Shirt Laun- 
dry Co., 149 Fremont, r. 1522 O'Farrell 
Adelstein Jacob, cutter, r. 1017 Post 
Adelstein Louis, salesman, r. 1017 Post 
Adelstein Samuel, teacher music, r. 1017 Pest 
Adema James, coalpasser str. City of Sydney, 

r. 330 Fremont 
Aden David, tailor, r. 629 Stevenson 
ADEN R. J. R. 

president Piper, Alden, Goodall Co., 24 

Clay, r. Vallejo, Cal. 
Adene Angelo, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 7:^0 

Union 
Ader Frederick P., typewriter Charles R. Al- 
len, r. Alameda 
Adie Ellen Miss, r. 1742 Webster 
Adjuster The (insurance monthly) J. A. Carey 

editor and propr., 303 California 
Adkins George A., sailmaker Brann & Prior, 

r. 2423 Leavenworth 
Adkins Joel M., Motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

1605 Webster 
Adkins May Mrs., dressmaker, r. 18 Mason 
Adkinson Louie A. Miss, artist, r. 1113 Hyde 
Adler Aaron A., with S. Sweet Co., r. 2613 

Laguna 
Adler Adeline, widow, r. 1113 Post 
Adler Adolph, bookkeeper Katz & Sons, r. 

Oakland 
Adler Albert C, clerk London, Paris and 

Am. Bank, r. The Colonial 

ADLER ALBERT S. 

physician and surgeon, ofBce and r. 1113 
Sutter, ofiBce hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m., 
Sundays 10 to ll a. m., tel. East 690 
Adler Alexander, student, r. 1113 Post 
Alder Benjamin, cigars 101 Powell, r. 2415 Pa- 
cific Av. 
Adler Charles, capitalist, r. Lick House 
Adler Charles D., porter S. F. Club, r. 1S77 

Stockton 
Adler David, bookkeeper, r. 1420 Bush 
Adler David, butcher, r. 527 Octavia 
Adler David, upholsterer, r. 313 Waller 
Adler D. F., waiter New Washington Hotel 
Adler Edgar, clerk Langley & Michaels Co., 

r. 1113 Post 
Adler Elkan, r. 1935 California 
Adler Eugenia Miss, teacher piano, r. 21'?1 

Bush 
Adler Felix Free Kindergarten, SE. cor. 2d 

and Folsom 
Adler Ferdinand, salesman, r. 314A O'Farrell 
Adler Frank, laborer, r. 8 Salmon 
Adler George (Adler & Burg) r. Oakland 
Adler Harry F., salesman Mandel, Pursch & 

Wiener, r. 1113 Post 
Adler Helmer, seaman str. Del Norte, r. Ber- 
keley 
Adler Henry A., clerk Emporium, r. 225 

Franklin 
Adler Hermann, with Sutro & Co., r. 23.32 

Pine 
Adler Jacob, solicitor Commercial Union As- 
surance Co.. r. 2109 Broadway 
Adler Jesse I., framemaker, r. 225 Franklin 
Adler John, 1st officer str. Del Norte, r. Ber- 
keley 
Adler John, hostler, r. 767 Howard 



Adler Joseph, butcher, r. 527 Octavia 

Adler Joseph, cook S. F. Verein 

Adler Joseph, manager J. Levin & Co., r. 225 
Franklin 

Adler Leopold, shoemaker, 508 Grove 

Alder Louis, collector A. J. Brandenstein, r. 
225 Franklin 

Adler Louis, shoemaker Siebe Shoe Co., r. 
2978 Pine 

Adler Moses W., grain broker. Safe Deposit 
Bldg., r. 2200 Jackson 

Adler N. Max. propr. Bay State Oyster House, 
29-35 Stockton 

Adler P., carriagemaker, r. 906 Dolores 

Adler Samuel, salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & 
Co., r. 2023 Pacific 

Adler Sarah, widow, r. 2131 Bush 

Adler Solomon, collector, 508 California, r. 
2131 Bush 

Adler William, foreman Englander Bros., r. 
11 Farren Av. 

Adler William F., butcher, 240 Fulton, r. 527 
Octavia 

Adler & Burg (George Adler and Gustaf Burg) 
designers and draughtsmen, 309 California 

Adiington David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 

Adlum Humphrey E., cook str. City of Sydney 

ADMINISTRATOR PUBLIC 

Patrick Boland, office 238 Montgomery 

Admiral Hall, 2562 Geary 

Admiral Peter S., laborer engineer dept. U. 
S. A. 

Adnee Tver, clerk, r. 631 Sacramento 

Adney Robert C. J., asst. storekeeper U. S. 
Mint. r. Oakland 

Adolph Joseph, window cleaner, 609 Sacra- 
mento 

Adolphson Gustav, 1st officer stmr. Noyo, r. 
10051^ Clay 

Adou Claus A., salesman Cal. Furniture Mfg. 
Co., r. 910 Jones 

Adriance Walter D., telegraph operator S. P. 
Co., r. 2538 Folsom 

Adrien Albert, pantryman Marchand's Res- 
taurant, r. 821 Jackson 

ADVANCE CARPET BEATING AND RENO- 
VATING CO., George Walcom proprietor. 402 
Sutter, tel. Main 394 

Advent Christian Church. Church nr. 29th 

ADVOCATE PUBLISHING CO. 

Joseph A. Stulz president, A. H. Powers, 
Jr., secretary, publishers and proprietors 
Retail Grocers Advocate, 207 Battery, 
room 9 

Aegerter Charles, r. 36 Joice 

Aegerter H., wrapper Emporium, r. 36 Joice 

Aegerter Jacques, mining engineer, r. 710 Cal- 
ifornia 

Aehnlich Paul E., electrician Electrical Sup- 
ply Co., r. 507 Steiner 

AERMOTER COMPANY THE 

J. W. Oliver manager, manufacturers 
pumps, tanks and Aermotor windmills, 
27 Beale, teL Drumm 154 

Aesthetic The. Frank E. Dietz proprietor. 133 
Montgomery 

iETNA INSURANCE CO. 

(of Hartford) Boardman & Spencer general 
agents, E. C. Morrison supervisor of 
agencies, Louis Mel special agent and ad- 
juster, 514 California 

iETNA lilFE INSURANCE CO. 

(Hartford, Conn.) H. B. Houghton man- 
ager, Safe Deposit Bldg., rooms 511-512-51^ ' 
tel. Red 481 

JETNA MINERAL WATER 

Louis Klee & Co. sole agents U. S., 604-608 
Bryant, tel. South 325 

^tna Mutual Building and Loan Association, 
304 Montgomery 

Afeld Joseph, stationery and music, 805 Larkln 

Affhauser Fred, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 
717 Mariposa 

Affiliated Colleges, Parnassus Av. nr. 1st Av. 



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j Affleck Frank, conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 

j 2593 Post 

' Affleck William, laborer, r. 410 Folsom rear 
Affleck William, molder Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

i r. Fruitvale 

I Affolter Hermann, cellarman Gundlach-Bund- 

* schu Wine Co., r. 1026 Alabama 

' Affolter John J., butcher, 507 Ellis, r. 1009 
Hayes 
Affolter Joseph, butcher 125, 3d, r. 1820, loth 
Affolter William, butcher J. Affolter, r. 179 

j Minna 

; Affolter William A., r. 14 Sherwood PL 

. Afro-American League, 620 Bush 

■ Aftergut Samuel, cattle dealer, r. 6 Hartford 

, Agar James E., with Mysell-Rollins Co., r. 

' Alameda 

\ Agar John E., r. 324 Bartlett 

j Agar John F., expressman, r. 3570 Mission 

I Agard Alexander H., searcher records, r. 311 

I Green 

I Agard Carl, master schr. Alma, r. 41 Natoma 
Agard George E., clerk, r. 313 Green 

i Agard George L., salesman, r. 313 Green 

, Agard J. D., r. 1045 Market 

; Agard Joseph J., special agent Hartford Fire 
Ins. Co., r. Oakland 

: Agard Marcus, wheelwright, r. 43 Hardy 
Agard Marion F., widow, r. 311 Green 
Agard Nellie A. Mrs., r. 628 Sutter 
Agard William A. T., r. 311 Green 
IE?" Agard. See Aagard 
Agassiz James, contractor, r. 2916, 23d 
Agassiz Primary School, Miss S. J. Jones 

principal, Bartlett nr. 22d 
Agaton Alexander H., employe Vulcan Iron 
Wks., r. 425, 6th 

■ Agee Ida B., widow, r. 880 Haight 
Aggesen Peter, oiler Presidio and Ferries RR., 

r. 1213 Green 
Agmar Paul, painter, r. 2832 California 
Agner Charles, photographer, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Agnew Alice Miss, stenographer, r. 518 O'Far- 

rell 
: Agnew Arthur, employe G. W. Pennington & 

Sons, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew Catherine, widow, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew Edward, laborer, r. 231 Filbert 
Agnew Ellard A., druggist H. L. Ladd & Co., 

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Aguirre Domingo, machinist Pac. Roll. Mill, 

r. 718 Illinois 
Aguirre Francisco, fireman str. San Juan 
Aguirre Ramon, interpreter, r. 1312 Powell 
Ahearn Catherine, widow, liquors, 1009 Bryant 
Ahearn Daniel F., harnessmaker Kempkey & 

Gilham, r. 302 Liberty 
Ahearn Dennis F., clerk Mack & Co., r. 302 

Liberty 
Ahearn Frank, clerk Code-Portwood Canning 

Co., r. 562% Bryant 
Ahearn John, painter, r. 309 Minna 
Ahearn Joseph G., with Willamette Pulp and 

Paper Co., r. 36a Kissling 
Ahearn Margaret Mrs., vegetables, 1009 Bryant 
Ahearn Michael, teamster, r. 8% Bowie Av. 
Ahearn Timothy, r. 302 Liberty 
IC?" Ahearn. See Ahern and Aherne 
Aher William, plater Pac. Plating & Metal 

Wks., r. 1411 Bush 
Ahern Agnes J. Miss, teacher Whittier Pri- 
mary School, r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern Andrew, liquors, 208, 4th 
Ahern Catherine, widow, varieties, 404 Folsom 
Ahern Charles, soapmaker, r. 65 Boardman PI. 
Ahern Daniel, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

574, 6th 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern Daniel H., laborer Spring Valley W. 

W., r. 24 Clara rear 
Ahern Daniel J., inspector U. S. Customs, r. 

Oakland 
Aherfl David M., driver, r. 103 San Jose Av. 
Ahern Dennis J., clerk, r. 7 Seymour Av. 
Ahern Dennis J., solicitor, r. 631Vi Stevenson 
Ahern B. Miss, saleslady City of Paris Dry 

Goods Co., r. 238, 12th 
Ahern Edward T., cutter Wempe Bros., r. 



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Adelson H. Bernard, optician, r. S Moss 
Adelson Julius, r. S Moss 
Adelson Rebecca, widow, r. 8 Moss 
Adelstein David, cutter Neustadter Bros., r. 

1017 Post 
Adelstein Heyman S.. propr. New Shirt Laun- 
dry Co., 149 Fremont, r. 1522 O'Farrell 
Adelstein Jacob, cutter, r. 1017 Post 
Adelstein Louis, salesman, r. 1017 Post 
Adelstein Samuel, teacher music, r. 1017 Pest 
Adema James, coalpasser str. City of Sydney, 

r. 330 Fremont 
Aden David, tailor, r. 629 Stevenson 
ADEN B. J. R. 

president Piper, Alden, Goodall Co., 24 
Clay, r. Vallejo, Cal. 
Adene Angelo, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. ~?.0 

Union 
Ader Frederick P., typewriter Charles R. Al- 
len, r. Alameda 
Adie Ellen Miss, r. 1742 Webster 
Adjuster The (insurance monthly) J. A. Carey 

editor and propr., 303 California 
Adkins George A., sailmaker Brann & Prior, 

r. 2423 Leavenworth 
Adkins Joel M., Motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

1605 Webster 
Adkins May Mrs., dressmaker, r. 18 Mason 
Adkinson Louie A. Miss, artist, r. 1113 Hyde 
Adler Aaron A., with S. Sweet Co., r. 2613 
Laguna 

widow, r. 1113 Post 
bookkeeper Katz & Sons, r. 



Adler Adeline, 
Adler Adolph, 

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Adler Joseph, butcher, r. 527 Octavia 

Adler Joseph, cook S. F. Verein 

Adler Joseph, manager J. Levin & Co., r. 22& 

Franklin 
Adler Leopold, shoemaker, 508 Grove 
Alder Louis, collector A. J. Brandenstein, r. 

225 Franklin 
Adler Louis, shoemaker Siebe Shoe Co., r. 

2978 Pine 
Adler Moses W., grain broker. Safe Deposit 

Bldg., r. 2200 Jackson 
Adler N. Max. propr. Bay State Oyster House. 

29-35 Stockton 
Adler P., carriagemaker, r. 906 Dolores 
Adler Samuel, salesman O'Connor, Moflatt & 

Co., r. 2023 Pacific 
Adler Sarah, widow, r. 2131 Bush 
Adler Solomon, collector, 508 California, r. 

2131 Bush 
Adler William, foreman Englander Bros., r. 

11 Farren Av. 
Adler William F., butcher, 240 Fulton, r. 527 

Octavia 
Adler & Burg (George Adler and Gustaf Burg) 

designers and draughtsmen, 309 California 
Adlington David M.. carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 
Adlum Humphrey E., cook str. City of Sydney 
ADMINISTRATOR PUBLIC 

Patrick Boland, office 238 Montgomery 
Admiral Hall, 2562 Geary 
Admiral Peter S., laborer engineer dept. U. 

S. A. 
Adnee Iver, clerk, r. 631 Sacramento 
Adney Robert C. J., asst. storekeeper U. S. 

Mint. r. Oakland 
Adolph Joseph, window cleaner, 609 Sacra- 
mento 
Adolphson Gustav, 1st officer stmr. Noyo, r. 

100514 Clay 
Adou Claus A., salesman Cal. Furniture Mfg. 

Co.. r. 910 Jones 
Adriance Walter D., telegraph operator S. P. 

Co., r. 2538 Folsom 
Adrien Albert, pantryman Marchand's Res- 
taurant, r. 821 Jackson 
ADVANCE CARPET BEATING AND RENO- 
VATING CO., George Walcom proprietor. 402 

Sutter, tel. Main 394 



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Adler Jesse 1., framemaker, r. 225 Franklin 
Adler John, 1st officer str. Del Norte, r. Ber- 
keley 
Adler John, hostler, r. 767 Howard 



Afeld Joseph, stationery and music, 805 LarklT 
Affhauser Fred, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

717 Mariposa 
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Affleck Frank, conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 

2593 Post 
Affleck William, laborer, r. 410 Folsom rear 
Affleck William, molder Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. Fruitvale 
Aflfolter Hermann, cellarman Gundlach-Bund- 

schu Wine Co., r. 1026 Alabama 
Affolter John J., butcher, 507 Ellis, r. 1009 

Hayes 
Affolter Joseph, butcher 125, 3d, r. 1820, 15th 
Affolter William, butcher J. Affolter, r. 179 

Minna 
Affolter William A., r. 14 Sherwood PI. 
Afro-American League. 620 Bush 
Aftergut Samuel, cattle dealer, r. 6 Hartford 
Agar James E., with Mysell-Rollins Co., r. 

Alameda 
Agar John E., r. 324 Bartlett 
Agar John F., expressman, r. 3570 Mission 
Agard Alexander H., searcher records, r. 311 

Green 
Agard Carl, master schr. Alma, r. 41 Natoma 
Agard George E., clerk, r. 313 Green 
Agard George L., salesman, r. 313 Green 
Agard J. D., r. 1045 Market 
Agard Joseph J., special agent Hartford Fire 

Ins. Co., r. Oakland 
Agard Marcus, wheelwright, r. 43 Hardy 
Agard Marion F., widow, r. 311 Green 
Agard Nellie A. Mrs., r. 628 Sutter 
Agard William A. T., r. 311 Green 
ICT" Agard. See Aagard 
Agassiz James, contractor, r. 2916, 23d 
Agassiz Primary School, Miss S. J. Jones 

principal, Bartlett nr. 22d 
Agaton Alexander H., employe Vulcan Iron 

Wks., r. 425, 6th 
Agee Ida B., widow, r. 880 Haight 
Aggesen Peter, oiler Presidio and Ferries RR., 

r. 1213 Green 
Agmar Paul, painter, r. 2832 California 
Agner Charles, photographer, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Agnew Alice Miss, stenographer, r. 518 O'Par- 

rell 
Agnew Arthur, employe G. W. Pennington & 

Sons, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew Catherine, widow, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew Edward, laborer, r. 231 Filbert 
Agnew Ellard A., druggist H. L. Ladd & Co., 

r. 107 Turk 
Agnew Henry J., stove mounter Axford Bros., 

r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew Hugh, marine engineer, r. 1403 Octavia 
Agnew James, r. 549 Howard 
Agnew J. J., teamster S. F. Gas & Elec. Co., 

r. East Oakland 
Agnew Julia Mrs., r. Our Lady's Home 
Agnew Kate, widow, r. 23 Clementina 
Agnew Robert, laborer Am. Biscuit Co., r. 231 

Filbert 

planer Hobbs, Wall & Co. 



ins. agent, 421 California, 



Agnew Thomas E. 

r. 231 Filbert 
Agnew Thomas J. 

r. Oakland 

Agnew V. A. Campbell Mrs., r. 684 Sutter 
Agnew Walter J., clerk R. Dunsmuir's Sons 

Co., r. Oakland 
Agnew William, laborer Am. Biscuit Co., r. 

231 Filbert 
Agnew William P., physician, 1170 Market 
Agnew William S., carrepairer, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agosti Giovanni, r. 10 San Antonio 
Agricultural Insurance Co. (of Watertown, N. 

Y.) Edward Brown & Sons genl. agents, 

411-413 California rear 
Aguerreberry A., driver P. G. Somp's Soda 

Wks., r. 51 Shipley 
Aguilar Anita Miss, r. 1531 Larkin 
Aguilar Antonio A., cabinetmaker D. H. Bibb 

Lumber Co., r. 1504 Powell 
Aguilar Carmen Miss, r. 1531 Larkin 
Aguilar David, waiter, r. 2 Selina PI. 
Aguilar Marcus, harnessmaker W. Davis & 

Son, r. 703 Green 
Aguilar Miguel, cook, r. 25 Scott PI. 
Aguilar T., tamalemaker, r. 117 Trenton 
Aguirre A., coalpasser str. Colon 



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Aguirre Domingo, machinist Pac. Roll. Mill, 

r. 718 Illinois 
Aguirre Francisco, fireman str. San Juan 
Aguirre Ramon, interpreter, r. 1312 Powell 
Ahearn Catherine, widow, liquors, 1009 Bryant 
Ahearn Daniel F., harnessmaker Kempkey & 

Gilham, r. 302 Liberty 
Ahearn Dennis F., clerk Mack & Co., r. 302 

Liberty 
Ahearn Frank, clerk Code-Portwood Canning 

Co., r. 5621^ Bryant 
Ahearn John, painter, r. 309 Minna 
Ahearn Joseph G., with Willamette Pulp and 

Paper Co., r. 36a Kissling 
Ahearn Margaret Mrs., vegetables, 1009 Bryant 
Ahearn Michael, teamster, r. 81/^ Bowie Av. 
Ahearn Timothy, r. 302 Liberty 
(C^ Ahearn. See Ahern and Aherne 
Aher William, plater Pac. Plating & Metal 

Wks., r. 1411 Bush 
Ahern Agnes J. Miss, teacher Whittier Pri- 
mary School, r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern Andrew, liquors, 208, 4th 
Ahern Catherine, widow, varieties, 404 Folsom 
Ahern Charles, soapmaker, r. 65 Boardman PI. 
Ahern Daniel, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

574, 6th 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern Daniel H., laborer Spring Valley W. 

W., r. 24 Clara rear 
Ahern Daniel J., Inspector U. S. Customs, r. 

Oakland 
Ahern David M., driver, r. 103 San Jose Av. 
Ahern Dennis J., clerk, r. 7 Seymour Av. 
Ahern Dennis J., solicitor, r. 631^^ Stevenson 
Ahern E. Miss, saleslady City of Paris Dry 

Goods Co., r. 238, 12th 
Ahern Edward T., cutter Wempe Bros., r. 

63iy2 Stevenson 
Ahern Ellen, widow, r. 1310 Sanchez 
Ahern Frank, clerk S. F. News Co., r. 810 

Lyon 
Ahern James, r. 214, 3d 
Ahern James A., clerk, r. 810 Lyon 
Ahern James A., plumber Frank J. Kllmm, r. 

4051/2 Grove 
Ahern James D., blacksmith H. B. Schindler, 

r. 1026 Washington 
Ahern Jeremiah, r. 235i/^ Oak 
Ahern Jeremiah, tilesetter, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern John, hostler William McCafferty, r. 

llVz Elizabeth 
Ahern John, laborer S. P. Co., r. 63iy2 Stev- 
enson 
Ahern John, marine fireman, r. 105 Clark 
Ahern John, mill hand, r. 24 Clara rear 
Ahem John, soapmaker G. R. Lucy & Co., r. 

65 Boardman PI. 
Ahern John F., helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

833 Bryant 
Ahern John M., r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern John M., plumber, r. 631% Stevenson 
Ahern John T., clerk Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hay den Co., r. 235% Oak 
Ahern Joseph, clerk E. R. Sullivan, r. 810 

Lyon "" 

Ahem Joseph W., policeman, r. 65 Boardman 

PI. 
Ahern Maria, widow, r. 11% Elizabeth 
Ahern Mary A. Miss, teacher Franklin Gram- 
mar School, r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern Matthew, plumber, r. 11% Elizabeth 
Ahern Maurice, collector S. P. Co., r. 810 

Lyon 
Ahern Michael, woolsorter, r. 574, 6th 



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Ahern Patrick, r. 131 Halght 
Ahern Patrick, gatekeeper S. P. Co., r. Oak- 
land 
Ahern Patrick, seaman, r. 63 Natoma 
Ahern Peter, laborer U. S. Customs, r. Oak- 
land 
Ahern Rebecca, widow, r. 2770. 21st 
Ahern Roger, carpenter Hibernia Brewery, r. 

2824 Harrison 
Ahern Roger Jr., furnace tender M. Green- 
berg's Sons, r. 2824 Harrison 
Ahern Thomas, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

748 Brannan 
Ahern Thomas, porter William J. Smale, r. 

504, 20th 
Ahern Timothy, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

16, 28th 
Ahern William, carpenter, r. 926 Alabama 
Ahem William, plumber, r. 19 Freelon 
Ahern William M., laborer, r. 810 Lyon 
Ahern William P.. employee Market St. Ry.. 

r. 305 Elizabeth 
C^ Ahern. See Ahearn 
Aherne Eugene P.. salesman Sanborn, Vail & 

Co., r. 3470, 20th 
Aherne Johanna, widow, r. 812 Division 
Aherne Patrick O., r. 3470. 20th 
Aherne William, finisher Klopstock Bros., r. 

812 Division 
Ahkmann John, miner, r. 118 East South 
Ahkmann Thomas, liquors, 118 East South 
Ahlbach Joseph, plumber, 136. 4th, r. 3430, 22d 
Ahlbach William J., plumber J. Ahlbaich, r. 

1118% Treat Av. 
Ahlberg Frederick, tailor William Lewis, r. 

Oakland 
Ahlborn Albert R., expressman, r. 275 Parker 

Av. 
Ahlborn August, cook New Golden Gate Hotel, 

r. 2990 Folsom 
Ahlborn August, machinist, r. 33% Lafayette 
Ahlborn Henry, expressman, 68 Ellis, r. 23 

Johnston Av. 
Ahlborn Henry, machinist Union Iron Wks., 

r. 8 Folsom A v. 
Ahlborn House, August Fehlemelcher propr., 

321-323 Grant Av. 
Ahlborn William, watchman, r. 8 Folsom Av. 
Ahlenfeld Morris B., r. 507 Lombard 
Ahlers A. W. M., janitor, r. 907 Lombard 
Ahlers Gesena Mrs., r. 10% Bluxome 
Ahlers George, clerk Western Sugar Ref., r. 

266 Dore 
Ahlers George, foundryman National Iron 

Wks., r. 1006 Guerrero 
Ahlers George G., machinist National Iron 

Wks., r. 1006 Guerrero 
AHLERS HENRY 

(Feht & ATilers) and groceries and liquors, 

SE. cor. 8th and Mission, tel. Mint 1161, 

r. 18 Pearl 
Ahlers Henry C. watches and diamonds, 126 

Kearny, r. 1102 Eddy 
Ahlers John, laborer, r. 266 Dore 
Ahlers John D. A., liquors, 213 Stevenson 
Ahlers William, laborer Western Sugar Ref., 

r. 266 Dore 
Ahlers William Jr., laborer, r. 266 Dore 
IC^ Ahlers. See Ehlers 
Ahlert William P., plumber Wm. F. Wilson, 

r. 175 Linden Av. 
Ahlf Frederick, millhand Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

510 K south 
Ahlf Henry, driver Milwaukee Brewery, r. 

114a Juniper 



Ahlf Henry, millhand Cal. Barrel Co., r. 610 

K South 
Ahlf Hermann, groceries, 1520, 20th 
Ahlf William, conductor, r. 1129 Filbert 
Ahlgren Carl N. P., carpenter, r. 225 Gates 
Ahlgren Charles G., propr. Pioneer Hotel, 247 

Steuart 
Ahlgren Edward, clerk Pioneer Hotel 
C^ Ahlgren. See Algren 

Ahlin Albert, master Str. Ida A, r. 103 Juniper 
Ahlin Andrew, engineer, r. 711 Central Av. 
Ahlstrand William B., propr. Arizona Hotel, 

11-13 Clay 
Ahlstrom George, master mariner, r. 1667 Mis- 

sioni 
Ahlstrom George Mrs., notions, 1667 Mission 
Ahlstrom Peter F., engineer Beaver Hill Coal 

Co., r. 36% Stanly PI. 
Ahman A., 1st officer str. Panama 
Ahpel Henry C. (Ahpel & Bruckman) r. 2427 

Washington 
AHPEIi & BRUCKMAN 

(Henry C. Ahpel and John Bruckman) city 
agents Northern Assurance Co. (of Lon- 
don and Aberdeen) National Fire Insur- 
ance Co. (of Hartford, Conn.) Springfield 
Fire and Marine Insurance Co. (of Spring- 
field, Mass.) and general insurance agents, 
209 Sansome, tel. Main 5781 
Ahrens Albert N., cigarmaker, r. 824 Capp 
Ahrens Anna, widow, r. 3524, 23d 
Ahrens Carl, r. 214 Harriet 
Ahrens Carl, cabinetmaker, r. 113 Morris Av. 
Ahrens Charles, bartender E. R. Fischer, r. 

20 Stockton PI. 
Ahrens Elizabeth, widow, r. 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Frederick, porter str. Sheridan 
Ahrens Frederick L., watchman Western 

Meat Co., r. 214 Harriet 
Ahrens George M. (Ahrens, Pein & Bullwinkel 

and H. Muller & Co.) r. 425 Harrison 
Ahrens George N., carrier Postofflce, r. 4118, 

20th 
Ahrens H. & Co. (Harry Ahrens and Gustav 

Lindegren) cigars, 716 Kearny 
Ahrens Harry (H. Ahrens & Co.) r. 603 Stock- 

ton 
Ahrens Harry H., machinist Golden Gate Ma- 
chine Wks., r. 646 Howard 
Ahrens Henry, clerk L. C. Hofmann, r. 839 

Eddy I 

Ahrens John, clerk Woebcke & Von Staden, r. 'J 
501 Ellis ■ 

Ahrens Lou Miss, bookkeeper G. F. Sajnberg, 

r. 113 Morris Av. 
Ahrens Martin, r. 2913, 19th 
AHRENS N. 

wholesale and retail liquors, 2 Market cor. 
Sacramento 
AHRENS, PEIN & BULLWINKEL 
(George M. Ahrens, George H. Peln and 
John D. Bullwinkel) wholesale and retail 
wines and liquors, 620 Post. tel. East 720 
AHRENS WILHELM 

commission merchant, 411 California 
Ahrens Wilken, driver Hermann Joost, r. 14% 

Hoff Av. 
Ahrens William H., clerk John W. King, r. 

1194 Valencia 
Ahrens William W., clerk Postofflce, r. 4118, 

20th 
Ahstrom Henrietta, widow, r. 1109 Pacific 
Ahumade Jose M., real estate, 321 Montgom- 
ery, r. 612 Bush 
Aich Rudolph, gardener, r. 2922 Sacramento 
Alcher Frank J., plumber, r. 1618 Stockton 
Alcher Gustav A. (Webber & Alcher) and 

plumber, 809 Folsom, r. 1618 Stockton 
Alcher Katherina, widow, r. 1618 Stockton 
Aicken Annie, widow, r. 1907 Harrison 
Alello Vincenzo, porter Klitsch & Scheu- 

rlnger, r. 14 Cadell Alley , 

Aigeltlnger Edward H., hay, wood and coal, i.i 

1762 Ellis, r. 1764 Ellis \ 

Aigeltlnger George, bookkeeper E. H. Algel- i 

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i Algner Lucas, tailor, 914 Illinois 
• Aiken Albert C, atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., r. 
2709 Laguna 
Aiken Edward, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 
i 602 Iowa 

i Aiken James H., electrician Pac. Power Co., 

r. 232, 4th 
. Aiken J. L. Mrs., r. 1188 Noe 
Aiken Johnson M., clerk Redington & Co., r. 
606 Geary 
, Aiken Matthew, teamster J. Graham, r. 21 

Morris Av. 
j AIKEN NELSON P. 

secretary Campodonico-Malcolm Co., 112- 
j 116 Washington, r. 900b Powell 

' Aiken William H., teamster, r. 1188 Noe 
I in7"Aiken. See Aitken and Akin 
j Aikin Arthur G., stenographer estate of 
I Adolph Sutro, r. Oakland 
I Aikins Thomas, oiler Market St. Ry., r. 616 
' Folsom 

Ailsen Albert, seaman, r. 22 East South 
1 Alnsa Belen Miss, r. 407 Lombard 
I Ainsa James, atty-at-law, r. 1919 Taylor 

Ainslee Magazine, Claus Spreckels Bldg. 
I Ainsley Kate, domestic, 2616 Buchanan 
Ainslie Eliza Miss, saleslady, r. 1140 Page 
Ainsworth Alfred G., clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. Oakland 
AINSWORTH COMPANY 

J. C. Ainsworth president, P. T. Morgan 
secretary, 309 Claus Spreckels Bldg. 
, Ainsworth H. S., engineer str. San Mateo 
1 Ainsworth J. C, president Ainsworth Co., 3t)9 
■ Claus Spreckels Bldg. 

I Ainsworth John, manager Fulda's Planing 

Mills and Tank Manufactory, 30-40 Spear 

! Air Space and Asbestos Sectional Covering Co., 

658 Howard 

Aird James C, blacksmith Am. Tool Wks., r. 

4281/2, 13th 
Alrey George F., longshoreman, r. 564 Folsom 
, Airey Henry J., butcher, 2323 Webster, r. 2307 
Jackson 
Airey Robert J., butcher, r. 15 Glen Park Av. 
IE?" Airey. See Arey 
Airola Andrew N., fruits, 1176 Church 
Airoldi Joseph, painter G. Orsi, r. 511 Broad- 
way 
Aitchison Gavin, carpenter, r. 714 Capitol Av. 
Aitchison George, laborer Spring Valley W. 

W., r. 143 Victoria 
Aitchison James, r. 714 Capitol Av. 
Aitchison John, carpenter James Young, r. 

1419 Sanchez 
Aitchison Williamj J., papercaririer, r. 1328 

Sanchez 
IC^ Aitchison. See Acheson, Ackerson, Atch- 

inson and Atkinson 
Aitken Adelaide Miss, artist, r. 120 McAllister 
Aitken Albert E., clerk, r. 1904 Powell 
Aitken Edwin J., salesman, r. 909 Treat Av. 
Aitken Eggert Mrs., widow, r. 120 McAllister 
Aitken George J., salesman, r. 427 Cedar Av. 
Aitken James, policeman, r. 1607 Broderick 
AITKEN JOHN B. 

attorney-at-law, 309-310-311 Clunie Build- 
ing, tel. James 16, r. 3662 Washington, tel. 
West 24 
Aitken John W., machinist Hercules Gas En- 
gine Wks., r. 1375 Union 
Aitken Julian, clerk, r. 1025 Bush 
Aitken Louis S., druggist Lengfeld's Phar- 
macy, r. 1127 Buchanan 
' Aitken Matilda, widow, r. 1025 Bush 
Aitken Robert J., sculptor, 107 Locust Av., r. 

120 McAllister 
Aitken Samuel, asst. foreman press room U. 

S. Mint, r. 944 Capp 
Aitken Stanley J., carpenter, r. 418 Greenwich 
Aitken Thomas D., clerk, r. 1904 Powell 
(Cr Aitken. See Aiken 
Akard Dolvan B., carpenter, r. 4165, 20th 
CTAker. See Acker 

Akergren Andrew, watchman Palace Hotel, r. 
1238 Bush 



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Akerhielm Knute G., bartender Geerkens & 
Hal let, r. 871 Market 

Akermann Bruno, manager Denver House, 
217, 3d 

[C^ Akermann. See Ackerman 

Akers Christian, baker, r. 238, 6th 

Akers Harry, driver Teele & Co., r. 1563 Turk 

Akers William (Shannon & Akers) r. 24 Turk 

[C^ Akers. See Acres 

Akimovich Louis C, clerk Abramovich & Co., 
r. 1654 Polk 

Akin William A., carpenter, r. 3062, 24th 

Akins Edward C, with Willamette Pulp and 
Paper Co., r. Oakland 

Akins S. L., stockbuyer, r. 309 Octavia 

Akins Thomas E., machinist, r. NE. cor. 18th 
and Kentucky 

Akins William, liquors, NE. cor. 18th and 
Kentucky 

Akmann Charles, musician, r. 7 Montgomery 
Av. 

Akmann Christine, widow, r. 4142, 17th 

Akmann Frederick W., sailmaker Brann & 
Prior, r. 4142, 17th 

Akmann John, sheetmetalworker Delano 
Bros., r. 4142, 17th 

Akmann William H., salesman, r. 4142, 17th 

Akron Roofing Tile Co., 421 Market 

Akron Smoking Pipe Co., Flood Bldg. 

Alabama Brewing Co., Weikert & Brondberg 
proprs., NE. cor. Dolores and 29th 

Alabros Andre, fireman str. Mackinaw 

Alagsen Daniel, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 

Alama John Q., deckhand str. Onward 

ALAMEDA AND SAN JOAQUIN RAILROAD CO. 
James Treadwell president, B. M. Brad- 
ford secretary, 515 Safe Deposit Bldg. 

Alameda Antonio, plumber, r. 7 Baldwin Court 

Alameda Building and Loan Association, 503 
California 

Alameda Canning and Packing Co, 116 Cali- 
fornia 

ALAMEDA EXPRESS CO. 

(formerly Greeley Transfer Co.) Paul F. 
Kellogg manager, 7 Spear, tel. Bush 7 

Alameda Ferry, foot Market 

Alameda Frank, mastermariner, r. 7 Baldwin 
Court 

Alameda Frank Jr., seaman, r. 7 Baldwin 
Court 

Alameda Fred, barber, r. 735% Union 

Alameda Manuel, stableman Union Trans. Co., 
r. 244 Townsend 

Alameda Sugar Co. (Alvarado, Cal.) 132 Mar- 
ket 

Alameda Water Co. (Berkeley, Cal.) 324 Pine 

Alamo Square, bet. Hayes and Fulton, Steiner 
and Scott 

Alaska Coal Oil Co., 508 California 

ALASKA CODFISH CO. 

Alfred Greenebaum secretary, wholesale 
cured codfish, 215-217 California 

ALASKA COMMERCIAL CO. 

Lewis Gerstle president, Gustave y^lebaum 
vice-president, Leon Sloss, 2d vice-presi- 
dent, Louis Greenbaum secretary, 310 
Sansome 

Alaska Empire Mining Co. (Ungo Island) 310 
Sansonne 

ALASKA EXPLORATION CO. THE 
Isaac Liebes president, S. W. Saalburg 
secretary, 139 Post, rooms 9-13 

Alaska- Juneau Gold Mining Co., 320 Sansome 

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Ernst A Denicke. "res. H. Brunner, Cashier 

F. Kkonenbekg, Vice-President 

GERMANIA TRUST COMPANY 

Authorized Capital - - $1,000,000 
Paid-up Capital and Reserve - 3S5.000 

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ALASKA PACKERS' ASSOCIATION 

Henry F. Fortmann president, W. B. Brad- 
ford secretary, office 308 Market 

ALASKA SALMON ASSOCIATION 
George E. Plummer president, Greorge G. 
Gormley secretary, 54 Steuart 

ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. 

(Douglas Island, Alaska) William Alvord 
president, A. T. Corbus secretary and 
treasurer, 25-26 Mills Bldg., 7th floor, tel. 
Main 404 

Alatorre Guillermo Z., barber H. T. Walsh, 
r. 720 Peralta Av. 

Alb August, electrician WMU & Finck Co., r. 
173 Minna 

ALBANY BREWERY 

Hagemann Brewing Co. proprietors, 271- 
275 Natoma, tel. Main 5130 

Albarda Tjaard, r. 2623 Laguna 

Albars Peter (Albars & Johnson) r. 54 Jackson 

Albars & Johnson (Peter Albars and Charles 
Johnson) restaurant, 17 Pacific 

Albee John W., stock raiser, r. 2658b Market 

Albee Lincoln, driver J. McQueen, r. 447 Jes- 
sie 

Albemarle The, 8 Mason 

Alber Emil, dairy produce, 216, 2d, and liquors, 
253, 3d, r. 102 Tehama 

[C^Alberg. See Elberg 

Alberg Frank, laborer, r. 648 Iowa 

Alberger C. Ranny, with W. C. Alberger, r. 
2221 Pacific Av. 

Alberger William C. civil engineer, 315 Cali- 
fornia, r. 2221 Pacific Av. 

Alberger William R., chief clerk asst. Traflic 
Manager's ofiBce Santa Fe System, 321 Mar- 
ket, r. 24 Baker 

Alberigi Abel, driver D. Alberigi & Co., r. 313 
Broadway 

Alberigi D. & Co. (Demetrio Alberigi and Al- 
fredo Pellegrini) wood, coal and charcoal, 
313 Broadway 

Alberigi Demetrio (D. Alberigi & Co.) r. 313 
Broadway 

Alberigi Demetrio, driver Alberigi & Prances- 
chl, r. 1305 Powell 

Alberigi Peter (Alberigi & Franceschi) r. 123 
Trenton 

Alberigi Silvio, r. 123 Trenton 

Giacinto Franceschi) wood and coal, 920 

Alberigi & Franceschi (Peter Alberigi and 
Stockton 

Albers August (Albers & Schmidt) r. Alameda 

Albers B. Marcus, solicitor Fireman's Fund 
Ins. Co., r. 2721 Hyde 

Albers Carl W., clerk Albers & Schmidt, r. 
Alameda 

Albers Henry, laborer Western Sugar Ref., r. 
631 Wisconsin 

Aioers Herman (Albers & Husing) r. 2815 Bush 

ALBERS JOHN 

groceries and liquors, NW. cor. Jackson 
and Leavenworth, tel. Sutter 1141 

Albers William, driver S. P. Hicks, r. 2815 
Bush 

Albers & Husing (Herman Albers and Richard 
Husing) hay. wood and coal, 2634 Bush 

Albers & Schmidt (August Albers and Henry 
Schmidt) oyster saloon, California Market 

[CT" Albers. See Alpers 

Albersmeier Adolph. clerk Ernest Frahm, r. 
2201 Larkin 

Albert Charles, teacher music, r. 32% Langton 



Albert Ellsworth, asst. O'Connor, MofEatt & 

Co., r. 4316, 25th 
Albert Heinrich, watchmaker, 14 Kearny, r. 

4321, 21st 
Albert Hermann (Albert & Poll) r. 874 Clay- 
ton 
Albert Hyman, glazier, r. 230a Shipley 
Albert James E., driver San Pedro and X. L. 

Dairy Co., r. 4316, 25th 
Albert James E., Jr., clerk, r. 4316, 25th 
Albert Lewis I., with Lewis & Co., r. 849 Har- 

rison 
Albert Louis 0., cigars, 26, 2d, r. 15^^ Stanly 

PI. 
Albert Peter, r. 54 Jackson 
Albert R-upert, milker, r. 1129 Silver Av. 
Albert Sybilla, widow, r. 3478, 25th 
Albert William, laborer Am. Biscuit Co., r. 

1711 Mason 
Albert & Poll (Hermann Albert and Diedrich 

Poll) wood and coal, 1739 Waller 
Alberti Antonio, pianotuner Kohler & Chase, 

r. Oakland 
Alberti Domenico A., dental student, r. 2027 

Polk 
Alberti Eugenio, dishwasher, r. 412 Broadway 
Alberti Francisco, tuner Byron Mauzy, r. 2027 

Polk 
Alberti Frank J., railway postal clerk, r. 

Lorin, Cal. 
Alberti George F., clerk, r. 1406 Golden Gate 

Albertin Julie, widow, r. 917 Larkin 
Albertine George, barber C. A. Lazzarini 
Alberts Charles, 1st ofllcer str. Gipsey, r. 1617 

Grove 
Alberts Henry T., driver, r. 1234^^ York 
Alberts May Mrs., r. 1207 Market 
Albertsen John, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Albertson Bushrod K., carpenter, 950 Howard, 

r. 1353 Howard 
Albertson George A., carpenter, r. 404 Broad- 
way 
Albertson J. A. Mrs., r. Hotel Pleasanton 
Albertson William B., carpenter, r. 124, 6th 
Albin George, pantryman str. Australia 
Albin Louis, liquors, 1000 Potrero Av., r. 2601, 

22d 
Albion Ale and Porter Brewery, Burnell ft 
Co. proprs., 9th Av. South bet. G and H, 
office 409 Battery 
ALBION LUMBER CO. 

George C. Wilcox president, Miles Stan- 
dish vice-president. Alfred R. McCullough 
secretary, 43 Crocker Bldg.. yards 5th and 
Channel 
Albora Luigi, r. 412 Filbert 
Albora Madeline Mrs., notions, 300 Mont- 
gomery Av.. r. 412 Filbert 
Albora Maurice, r. 412 Filbert 
Albora Rudolph, clerk Tax Collector's office, 

r. 412 Filbert 
Alborelle Tony L., clerk Postoffice, r. 11? 

Larkin 
Alborelli Antonio Mrs., r. 1407 Mason 
Alborelli Gertrude Miss, saleslady, r. 1407 

Mason 
Albouze Henry, finisher Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co. 
Albouze J. A., cook Marchand's Restaurant, 

r. 29 Eddy 
Albrecht Albert, waiter, r. 1915 Stockton 
Albrecht Anton, laborer, r. 674 Brannan 
Albrecht Bertha, delicacies, 1826 Devisadero 
Albrecht Casimir, blacksmith Union IrOD » 

WTcs., r. 32% Belcher 
Albrecht Catherine, domestic, 2524 Howard 
Albrecht Edward J., barber, 2892, 16th 
Albrecht Eliza, widow, r. 2429 Harrison 
Albrecht Ellen, widow, r. 3 Alice 
Albrecht Emma Miss, seamstress, r. 2429 Har- 
rison 
Albrecht Frederick, cigarmaker, r. 638 Jessie 
Albrecht George W. F.. planer Hobbs, Wall 

& Co., r. 2429 Harrison 
Albrecht James, teamstor, r. 2743 Mission 
Albrecht John, tailor. 519 Bush 



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Albrecht John P., groceries, 301 Bryant 
Albrecht Joseph, cornicemaker W. Heidt Cor- 
nice Wks., r. liZVz Tehama 
Albrecht Lily Mrs., r. 2970, 22d 
Albrecht Louis F., roofer W. Heidt Cornice 

Wks., r. 2628 Harrison 
Albrecht Mary A. Miss, dyer, r. 2429 Harrison 
Albrecht Michael, expressman, SW. cor. 

Geary and Grant Av., r. 2943 Mission 
Albrecht Reinhold, barber G. F. Sand, 1007^/^ 

Market 
Albrecht Richard, r. 46 Waller 
Albrecht Theodore, lodgings, 329, 6th 
Albrecht William, fireman, r. 3 Alice 
Albrefczenski John, foreman G. G. Park r. 

321/2 Belcher 
Albright George W., chief clerk depot Quar- 
termaster, 36 New Montgomery, r. Fruit- 
vale 
Albright G. Frank, salesman W. W. Montague 

& Co., r. Fruitvale 
Albright Harry A., clerk local freight office 

S. P. Co., r. 47 South Park 
Albright Ira N., groceries, 309 Clement, r. 311 

Clement 
Albright James O., salesman, r. 3321, 19th 
Albright W. Duncan, salesman Boston Woven 

Hose and Rubber Co., r. Fruitvale 
Albro John P., clerk U. S. Customs, r. 1716 

Broderick 
AliBBO & CO. 

(Providence, R. I.) rolled plate chains, A. 

I. Hall & Son agents, 528-530 Market 
Albuce Dora Mrs., furnished rooms, 29 Eddy 
Albuce Leon, cook, r. 29 Eddy 
Alcaraz Jacob, expressman, r. 820 Vallejo 
AliCATBAZ CO. 

215-216 Crocker Bldg. 
Alcatraz Island Light House Station, Benja- 
min F. Leeds keeper, Alcatraz Island 
Alcayaga Alfred A., machinist Cahill & Hall 

Elevator Co., r. 140a Fell 
Alcayaga Cipriana, widow, r. 140a Fell 
Alcayaga Edward F., gasfltter, r. 140a Fell 
Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 
Alcazar Theatre, Frederick Belasco lessee, 

Mark Thall manager, 116 O'Farrell 
Alden Annie Mrs., nurse, r. 825 Mission 
ALDEN BERTBAOI F., M. D. 

physician and surgeon, office 976 Sutter, 

hours 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m., 

tel. Hyde 2201, r. 1611 Scott, tel. Pine 3251 
Alden Edith Miss, stenographer, r. 825 Mission 
Alden George H., salesman, r. 1167 Oak 
Alden Oliver, porter Hotel St. Nicholas, r. 

4509, 18th 
Alden Samuel B., gardener, r. 1616 Hayes 
Alden Victoria, widow, r. 1611 Scott 
Alderman Phillips, masseur, 2513 California 
Alderney Farm, Peter T. Wolff propr., 509 

Naples 
Alderson Annie Mrs., teacher John Swett 

Grammar School, r. 765 Hayes 
Alderson David H., r. 657 Bush 
Alderson Frederick L., vice-president Tayler 

& Spotswood Co., r. 2628 Sacramento 
Alderson Harry E., r. 765 Hayes 
Alderson John A., dentist with C. H. Bell, r. 

512 Golden Gate Av. 
Alderson William H., clerk ticket auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 765 Hayes 
Aldine The, 404 Turk 
Aldis Elizabeth, widow, r. 2611 Mission 
Aldis Harry, mfrs'. agent, 14 Sansome, r. 

Palace Hotel 
Aldis John G., laborer Newell & Bro., r. 1452 

San Bruno Av. 
Aldrich Claude B., clerk E. K. Aldrich, r. 2 

Hoff Av. 
Aldrich Edmund K., r. 2 Hoff Av. 
Aldrich Frederick D., conductor Cal. St. RR. 

r. 1816 Hyde 
Aldrich George A., office 530 California, r. 

Sausalito 
Aldrich Henry, peddler, r. 1126 Harrison 
Aldrich John. r. 20y2A Freelon 




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clerk Block & Georges, r. 
269 Lex- 



Aldrich John D., clerk E. K. Aldirch, r. 2 
Hoff Av. 

Aldrich Louise, widow, 

Aldrich Marion, widow, 

ALDRICH STUART 

superintendent money order division Post- 
office, office NW. cor. Washington and 
Battery, r. 1123 Leavenworth 

ALDRICH WILLIAM F. 

secretary Parke & Lacy Co., 21-23 Fre- 
mont, r. 1123 Leavenworth 

Aldridge Albert, r. 411, 13th 

Aldridge Burt J., waiter, r. 224, 4th 

Aldridge L. Miss., clerk Weinstock Lubin & 
Co., r. 972 Valencia 

Aldridge Orville, millwright M. O'Brien, r. 75 
Stevenson 

Aldridge Peter J 
r. 21 Clyde 

Aldunate Hector 
1832 Bush 

Alexander A. Austin, pressman, 
ington Av. 

Alexander Abraham, plumber, r. 736 Geary 

Alexander Acheson, salesman Goldberg, 
Bowen & Co., r. 826 Bush 

Alexander Adele Miss, hairdresser, r. 1322 
Fillmore 

Alexander Alfred, mattressmaker, r. 2910, 16th 

Alexander Andrew, shipwright, r. 414 Bran- 
nan 

Alexander Archibald McI., clerk Welch & Co. 
r. 1919 Webster 

Alexander Arthur P., porter Gray & Barbieri, 
r. 1533 Taylor 

Alexander B., cigarmaker, r. 123 Eddy 

Alexander Bernard T., bookkeeper Heller, 
Bachman & Co., r. 3021 Washington 

Alexander Caesar, student, r. 3345, 17th 

Alexander Caroline, widow, r. 2523 Gough 

Alexander Caroline W., widow, r. 1775, 15th 

Alexander Center, carpetlayer, r. 2910, 16th 

Alexander Charles, cook Mrs. Martha Ross, 
r. 510 Mission 

Alexander Charles M., salesman W. P. Ful- 
ler & Co., r. Alameda 

Alexander Clara Miss, clerk Pac. Mut. Life 
Ins. Co., r. Alameda 

Alexander Clifford, stevedore P. M. SS. Co., 
r. 30 Silver 

ALEXANDER D. E. 

attorney-at-law, 212 Crocker Bldg., r. 
1775, 15th 

Alexander Dora Mrs., seamstress, r. 314 Lang- 
ton 

Alexander E., r. 332 Stockton 

Alexander Edith Miss, florist Miss BertTia 
Cohn, r. 132 Sherman Av. 

ALEXANDER EDQAR 

manager insurance dept. Parrott & Co., 
304 California, r. Sausalito 

Alexander Edwin C, printer, r. 814 Hayes 

Alexander Ellen C, widow, r. 967 GoWen Gate 
Av. 

Alexander EUinor L. Mrs., r. 20 Perry 

Alexander Emanuel, shoemaker W. H. Ben- 
son, r. 2910, 16th 

Alexander Erma Miss, r. 1310 Buchanan 

Alexander Ernest, policeman, r. 1915 Polk 

Alexander Eugenia Mrs., dressmaker, r. 672 
Mission 

Alexander Ezekiel, master str. Pomona, r. 
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R.EAL ESTATE COMPAN'? 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS. 

ALEXANDER FRANK A. 

mining, 710 Emma Spreckels Bldg., 927 
Market, tel. Folsom 681, r. 43 Van Ness Av. 
Alexander Frank J., solicitor Crocker-Lang- 
ley S. F. Directory, r. 417 Mason 
Alexander Frederick P., carpenter, r. 3021 

Laguna 
Alexander George, clerk, r. 709% Harrison 
Alexander George, laborer, r. 1724 Mission 
Alexander George, stevedore, r. 5^2 Falmouth 
Alexander George, stevedore, r. 30 Silver 
ALEXANDER GEORGE L. 

manager American Type Founders Co., 
405-407 Sansome, r. 900 Sutter 
Alexander George W., tailor California Uni- 
form Co., r. 1509% Geary 
ALEXANDER GEORGE WEBB 

president Alexander- Yost Co., 401 Market, 
r. Oakland 
Alexander Golda, widow, r. 1268 O'Farrell 
ALEXANDER GRANVILLE W. 

grain dealer, 421 California, r. 1015 Mor- 
ton, Alameda 
Alexander Harry, machinist, r. 873a Market 
Alexander Harry, manager Alexander & 

Kohn, r. 1562 Webster 
Alexander Henry, clerk Cafe Royal, r. 128, 7th 
Alexander Henry, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Alexander Henry C, bartender W. J. Alex- 
ander, r. 316 Pixley Av. 
Alexander Henrietta, widow, r. 1838 Sutter 
Alexander Herbert, timekeeper, r. 1210 Mason 
Alexander Hiram C, paperhanger, r. 3021 La- 
guna 
Alexander H. J., lumber dealer, r. 43 Van 

Ness Av. 
Alexander Ida Miss, r. 30 Silver 
Alexander Isaac, expressman, r. 107 Langton 
Alexander Isadore, clerk Raphael Weill & Co., 

r. 1915 Polk 
Alexander Jacob, carpetlayer, 1200 Eddy, r. 

1432a Post 
Alexander Jacob A., r. 1322 Fillmore 
Alexander Jacob M., mattressmaker Bernhard 

Mattress Co., r. 2010. 16th 
Alexander James, r. 563, 3d 
Alexander James (Alexander & Kohn) r. 1562 

Webster 
Alexander James B., carpenter, r. 510 Andover 

Av. 
Alexander James J., barber, r. 4039, 26th 
Alexander Jane Mrs., r. 2507 Pine 
Alexander Janet, widow, r. 1919 Webster 
Alexander Jeanette Miss, operator M. Marsh 

& Co., r. Sausallto 
Alexander Jennie F., widow, r. 819% Larkin 
Alexander Jennie L. Miss, stenographer land 

dept. S. P. RR. Co., r. 621 O'Farrell 
AJexander Jesse L., mastermariner, r. 1518 

Folsom 
Alexander J. M., clerk forwarding dept, Wells 

Fargo Co., r. 230 Kearny 
Alexander John, bookkeeper, r. 110 Eddy 
Alexander John, rigger, r. 10 Oak Grove Av. 
Alexander John E. (R. S. Alexander & Son) 

r. San Rafael 
Alexander John McL., foreman, r. 1919 Web- 
ster 
Alexander Jonathan, mining engineer, r. 1717 

Baker 
Alexander Joseph (Charles Kellus & Co.), r. 

2311 Broadway 
Alexander Joseph, agent, r. 1622 Buchanan 



Alexander Joseph, stevedore P. M. SS. Co. 
Alexander Judith, widow, r. 42 Valley 
Alexander Katharine B., widow, r. 711 Web- 
ster 

ALEXANDER L. & M. & CO. 

(Leo B. and Michael S. Alexander) agents 
Smith Premier Typewriter, typewriters' 
supplies and manufacturers rubber stamps, 
110 Montgomery 

Alexander Laura, widow, r. 1432a Post 

Alexander Leo, with estate L. P. Drexler, r. 
3021 Washington 

Alexander Leo E. (L. & M. Alexander & Co.) 
r. Hotel Granada 

Alexander Louis L., salesman Raphael Weill 
& Co., r. 1608 California 

Alexander Mary E., widow, r. 2713 Sacramento 

Alexander Mary J., widow, r. 30 Silver 

Alexander Max, r. 1432a Post 

Alexander Max, cellarman Bibo, Newman & 
Ikenberg, r. 822 Larkin 

Alexander Mendel, shoemaker, r. 2910, 16th 

Alexander Michael S. (L. & M. Alexander & 
Co.) r. Hotel Granada 

Alexander Milton, dentist, r. 1628 O'Farrell 

Alexander Moses, upholsterer, r. 314 Langton 

Alexander Paul C, medical student, r. 2329 
Sacramento 

Alexander Pauline, widow, r. 1 Whites PI. 

Alexander Rae Miss, teacher Franklin Gram- 
mar School, r. 1562 Webster 

Alexander Rebecca Miss, teacher Peabody Pri- 
mary School, r. 1432 Geary 

Alexander Richard S. (R. S. Alexander & Son) 
r. Occidental Hotel 

Alexander Robert, clerk H. Schroder & Co., 
r. 670 Walnut Av. 

Alexander Robert, liquors, cor. 5th Av. South 
and K 

Alexander Robert G., electrician Gas Consum- 
ers' Assn., r. 140 Eddy 

Alexander Robert J., salesman Eagleson ft 
Co., r. 21 Scott 

Alexander Rose, widow, r. 3021 Lagruna 

Alexander R. S. & Son (Richard S. and John 
E.) Pac. Coast agents Rhode Island Per- 
kins Horseshoe Co., 35 Steuart 

Alexander S., machinist Risdon I. & L. WkB., 
r. 504 Howard 

Alexander Sadie Miss, bookbinder Sanborn, 
Vail & Co., r. 414 Brannan 

Alexander Samuel J., nursery, 132 Sherman 
Av. 

Alexander Samuel T. (Alexander & Baldwfc) 
r. Oakland 

Alexander Sarah Miss, dressmaker, r. 753 
Eddy 

Alexander Selig, r. 1509% Geary 

Alexander Thomas G., porter Dunham, Carri- 
gan & Hayden Co. 

Alexander Thomas P., marine fireman, r. 1511 
7th Av. South 

Alexander Tina, widow, r. 10 Sunny Court 

Alexander T. M., freight clerk str. San Jose 

Alexander Wallace, manager Board of Lum- 
ber Inspection, r. 2523 Gough 

Alexander Wallace M. (Alexander & Baldwin) 
r. Oakland 

Alexander Walter C, teamster U. S. A., r. 
2404 Greenwich 

Alexander William, clerk, r. 1824 Webster 

Alexander William, gripman Market St. Ry., 
r. 1822, nth Av. 

Alexander William F., painter, r. 2228 Filbert 

Alexander William H., r. 915 Pacific 

Alexander William H. Jr., clerk, r. 915 Pacific 

Alexander William J., liquors, SE. cor. Green- 
wich and Baker, r. 2817 Greenwich 

Alexander William S., clerk aect. dept. S. P. 
Co., r. Hotel Bertlin 

ALEXANDER- YOST CO. 

George Webb Alexander president, Charles 
Watts vice-president, Edwin Jones secre- 
tary, hardware, tools, technical and scien- 
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Alexander & Baldwin (Samuel T. Alexander, 

Henry P. Baldwin, Wallace M. Alexander, 

Joseph P. Cooke and J. B. Castle) shipping 

and com. merchants, 308 Market 
Alexander & Kohn (James Alexander and 

Henry Kohn) mfrs. pants and vests, 20 

Sansome 
Allessio Frederico, carpenter, r. 1419 Dupont 
Alessio Louis, tailor, r. 1419 Dupont 
Alf Harry, brewer, r. 124a Juniper 
Alf John, laborer, Reichert & Co., r. 1215^/^ 

Mission 
Alf John, watchman str. Senator 
Alfaros A. M., r. 545 Jessie 
Alferitz George C, with Dellepiane & Co., r. 

620 Green 
Alferitz Henry, with Dillepiane & Co., r. 620 

Green 
Alferitz Suzanne, widow, r. 620 Green 
Alfleri Joseph, baker, r. 752 Folsom 
Alfleri Lottie Miss, dressmaker, r. 752 Folsom 
Alfleri Lulu Miss, dressmaker, r. 752 Folsom 
ALFONSO CARMEN MISS 

teacher Spanish and English, 1021 Sutter 
Alfonso Concepcion, widow, r. 1021 Sutter 
Alfonso Joseph H., Spanish correspondent, 4 

California, r. 1021 Sutter 
Alford Joseph G., printer John W. Roberts, r. 

142%, 4th 
Alford Lizzie Miss, seamstress, r. 27b Kissling 
Alford Thomas F., janitor James Lick Baths, 

r. 27b Kissling 
ALFORD WILLIAM H. 

assistant District Attorney and attorney- 

at-law, 508-515 Clunie Bldg., tel. Bush 71, 

r. 1317 Hyde 
Alfred Leone, widow, dressmaking, 844 Broad- 
way 
Alfred William, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Alfs Bernard, clerk Transcontinental Freight 

Bureau 
Alfs Carl J., salesman Naber, Alfs & Brune, 

r. 406 Oak 
ALFS WILLIAM 

(Naber, Alfs & Brune) r. Alameda 
Algeo James, shoemaker, r. 831 Bryant 
Alego James, teamster, 115 Gilbert rear 
Alger Frank, carpenter Cal. Safe Deposit and 

Trust Co., r. 810 Ellis 
Alger Elizabeth H., widow, r. 1407 McAllister 
Alger Oliver E., engineer S. P. Co., r. 2034 

Howard 
Algren John, carpenter, r. 2717 Harrison 
Algren W. W., marine engineer, r. 560 Howard 
Cr Algren. See Ahlgren 
ALHAMBRA MINING CO. 

916 Market, room 43 
Alhambra Theatre, Ellinghouse & Mott 

proprs., NE. cor. Eddy and Jones 
Alila Land Co., A. E. Ladewig secretary, 624 

Market 
Alimale Antonio, windowcleaner, r. 3 Varen- 

nes 
ALINA COLONY 

(Merced) W. E. von Johannsen president, 

office 220 California 
Alisky Charles, photographer, 916 Market 
Alison Belle Mrs., r. 1219 Mission 
Alison Charles N., brassflnisher W. T. Gar- 

ratt & Co., r. 21 Gilbert 
Alison Charles S., apprentice Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1219 Mission 
Alison William H., marine engineer, r. 4122, 

26th 
(CF Alison. See Allison 
Alkalay Joseph, diamondsetter 126 Kearny, r. 

Brekeley 
Alkalay Leo, diesetter Shreve & Co., r. Ber- 
keley 
Alkus Emil, shoes, 122, 6th, r. 1126 Buchanan 
All Hallows Church (R. C), Rev. D. O'Sulli- 

van rector, cor. N and 16th Av. South 
Allaf John A., machinist Union Wks., r. 28 

Tehama 
Allaire Frederick, benchhand, r. 2013 Folsom 



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Allaire John W., clerk Raphael Weill & Co., 

r. 10 Hickory Av. 
Allan Charles F., stereotyper, r. 1507 Geary 
Allan Clarence, clerk, r. 234 Clement 
Allan Fannie B. Miss, bookkeeper Jones Bros. 

& Co., r. Belmont, Cal. 
Allan Gertrude J. Miss, r. 234 Clement 
Allan James, wholesale butcher, office 402 

Kearny, r. 1100 Railroad Av. 
Allan James A., clerk Jones Bros. & Co., r. 

Belmont, Cal. 
Allan Jesse C, stenographer Dodge, Sweeney 

& Co., r. 1507 Geary 
ALLAN JOHN D. 

manager Jones Bros. & Co., SE. cor. 2d 

and Brannan, r. Belmont 
Allan Robert, musician, r. 2731 Folsom 
Allan Robert E., clerk Christian Froelich, r. 

607 Diamond 
Allan Robert F., salesman G. McNamee, r. 

234 Clement 
Allan Robert I., foreman Cal. Barrel (Jo., r. 

3327, 18th 
Allan T. J., draughtsman Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. Alameda 
tCT Allan. See Allen and Allayne. 
Allanson John, engineer, r. 1152 Kentucky 
CT-Allard. See Ellard. 
Allardt Charles F., supt. Krogh Mfg. Co., r. 

Oakland 
ALLARDT GEORGE F. 

civil engineer, 420 California, rooms 17-18, 

r. 1127 Linden, Oakland 
Allardyce Alexander, r. 1315 Hyde 
Allardyce Alexander M., clerk Pac. Tel. & Tel 

Co., r. 1315 Hyde 
Allari Herman (J. Allari & Son) r. 710 Hyde 
Allari J. & Son (Joseph and Herman) deli- 
cacies, California Market 
Allari Joseph (J. Allari & Son) r. 710 Hyde 
Allari Louis G., butcher, r. 121 Morris Av. 
Alldach L. Henry, groceries, 423, 3d, r. 93i/^ 

Silver 
Alldack Frederick D., manager Ocean Beach 

Pavilion, r. Seal Rock House 
AUec Jean (Allec & Perpoli) r. 1019 Clay 
ALLEC & PERPOLI 

(Jean Allec and Maximillian Perpoli) pro- 
prietors New Parisian Dyeing and Clean- 
ing Works, 124 Powell 
Allecq Eugene, livestock, r. 507 Pine 
Allegaert Amide, teamster Famsworth & 

Ruggles, r. E. s. Florida bet. 15th and 16th 
Allegaert Valere, helper Union Iron Wks., r 

E. s. Florida bet. 15th and 16th 
Allegrini Giulio, cellarman Franceschini, Lo- 

renzini & Co., r. 521 Filbert 
Allegrini Raffaello, propr. Hotel del Campi- 

doglio 412 Broadway, r. Oakland 
Alleguede Germaine, woolpuller Legallet- 

Hellwig Tanning Co. 
Alleman Charles, groceries, 1126 Larkin 
Alleman John, butcher Heinemann & Stern, 

r. 8181^ Geary 
Alleman O. G., teamster Austin & Co., r. 1 

Falmouth 
Allen A. E. Mrs., r. 2309 California 
Allen Alanason R., painter, r. 19 Oak Grove 

Av. 
Allen Albert (Allen & Allen) r. 631 McAllister 
Allen Albert J., employee Market St. Ry., r. 

331 Guerrero 
Allen Alexander, laborer, r. 45 Sacramento 
Allen Alexander, weaver, r. 514 Shotwell 



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Allen Alexander W., salesman, r. 1118 York 
Allen Alice Miss, r. 3403, 16tli 
Allen Alice G. Miss, stenographer, r. 2309 Cal- 
ifornia 
Allen A. M., r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Allen A. M., journalist Chronicle, r. 432 Turk 
Allen Anna, wiaow, furnished rooms, 1068 

Howard 
Allen Anna E., widow, r. 921 Polk 
Allen Anthony, stevedore, r. 421 Bay- 
Allen Arthur, salesman, r. 3739, 16th 
Allen Arthur D., motorman S. F. & S. M. 

Elec. Ry. Co., r. 3611, 26th 
Allen Arthur F., atty-at-law 14 Sansome, r. 

1970 Page 
Allen Arthur J., clerk freight auditor's dept. 

S. P. Co., r. 700 Jones 
Allen Arthur P., draughtsman Union Iron 

Wks., r. 340 Page 
Allen Austin S., salesman, r. 711 Van Ness Av. 
Allen A. W., clerk Miller, Sloss & Scott, r. 2804 

21st 
Allen C, ship carpenter P. C. SS. Co. 
Allen C. A., salesman Roos Bros., r. 935 Post 
Allen Cassandra L. Mrs., varieties, 1531 San- 
Allen C. C, r. 417 Kearny 
Allen Charles, r. 417% Noe 
Allen Charles, clerk Forest House 
Allen Charles, horseshoer B. Lacaze, r. 110 

Stockton 
Allen Charles A., policeman, r. 1141 Point Lo- 

bos Av. 
Allen Charles E., brushmaker J. W. Treve- 

thick, r. 1605 Mission 
Allen Charles E., master str. Del Norte, office 

488 Beale, r. 423 Broderick 
Allen Charles F., foreman collar factory Main 

& Winchester, r. 227, 6th 
Allen Charles G. (Fitzpatrick & Allen) r. 

Newman, Cal. 
Allen Charles J., contractor, r. 3373, 17th 
Allen Charles M., operator Fire Alarm and 

Police Tel., r. 3739, 16th 
Allen Charles N., watchman W. W. Towle, r. 

245 King 
Allen Charles R., painter, r. 330 Golden Gate 

Av. 
AliLEN CHARLES B. 

wholesale coal, 144 Steuart, tel. Main 1845, 

and Broadway Wharf, Oakland, r. Oak 

and Lake, Oakland 
Allen Charlotte, widow, r. 519 Guerrero 
Allen Charlotte Mrs., r. 2607 Pine 
Allen Christian C. H., druggist Bayly's Cen- 
tral Pharmacy, r. Alameda 
Allen C. W., capitalist, r. 100, 5th 
Allen David, telegraph operator, r. 506 Jones 
Allen David H., storekeeper John Wieland 

Brewery, r. 2011 Bush 
Allen Declan, blacksmith, r. 1350 Folsom 
AI/IiEN EDQAR L. 

agent Newport Wharf and Lumber Co., 

303 California, room 22, r. 1013 Van Ness 

Av. 
Allen Edith Miss, clerk Hooker & Co., r. 936 

Filbert 
Allen Edith O. Miss, r. 1014 Polk 
Allen Edward, mastermariner, r. 606 Leaven- 
worth 
Allen Edward Rev., S. J., vice-president St. 

Ignatius College, r. 214 Hayes 
Allen Edward E.. motorman Market St. Ry., 

r. 42 Elliott Park 



Allen Edward F., carpenter, r. 1207 Montgom- 
ery 
Allen Edward J., purser, r. 11 Noe 
Allen Edward T., president E. T. Allen Co., r. 

2204 Jackson 
Allen Edwin D., salesman, r. 537 Minna 
Allen Edwin E., machinist, r. 243 Langton 
Allen Elizabeth Mrs., r. 959 Kentucky 
Allen Ellen, widow, r. 1205 Montgomery 
Allen E. T. Co., E. T. Allen president, com. 

merchants, 416 Market 
Allen Ethan E., conductor Market St. Ry., r 

808 Central Av. 
Allen Ethel L. Miss, bookkeeper Pennell-Suy- 

dam Co., r. 331 Guerrero 
Allen Eugene C, conductor, r. 802 Central Av. 
Allen Everett A., plumber, r. 787 Stevenson 
Allen Florence Miss, nurse City and County 

Hospital 
Allen Frank, driver John J. Wall, r. 216, 2d 
Allen Frank A., harnessmaker, 862 Howard, 

r. 639 Geary rear 
Allen Frank H., bookkeeper Joseph Dixon 

Crucible Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Frank H., compositor Mutual L. & L. 

Co., r. 211 Turk 
ALLEN FRANK H. 

president Allen & Higgins Lumber Co., 18- 

20 Spear, r. 306 Laurel 
Allen Frank M., carrepairer, r. 924% Jackson 
Allen Frank O., machinist, r. 540 Central Av. 
Allen Frank P., driver S. F. Laundry, r. 48 

Blake 
Allen Fred, collector, r. 316 Leavenworth 
Allen Fred L., clerk, r. 825 Geary 
Allen Frederick C. (Allen & Looney) r. 613% 

Jessie 
Allen Frederick E., physician, r. 618 O'Farrell 
Allen Frederick M. C, laborer S. P. Co., r. 4 

Merritt 
Allen Frederick W., motorman S. F. & S. M. 

Elec. Ry. Co., r. 1511 Dolores 
Allen George, apprentice, r. 243 Langton 
Allen George, millwright, r. 3748 Army 
Allen George A., clerk, r. 776 O'Farrell 
Allen George A., mastermariner. Ferry Bldg. 
Allen George B. Rev., Pacific Coast secretary 

University Assn., office 510 Montgomery 
Allen George F., clerk, r. 851D Capp 
Allen George L., druggist Owl Drug Co., r. 

520a Fulton 
ALLEN GEOROE P. 

physician and surgeon, office and r. 1272 

Fulton 
Allen George W., foreman A. Schilling & Co., 

r. 226, 3d Av. 
Allen George W., machinist Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 

224, 5th 
Allen George W., painter, r. 19 Oak Grove Av. 
Allen Gilbert I., conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 

923 Hyde 
Allen Gustavus, teamster Sturdivant Bros., r. 

4181/2 Grove 
Allen Harris C, draughtsman George W. 

Percy, r. Oakland 
Allen Harry A., waiter M. Catz, r. 1 F^ilton 
Allen Harry E., engineer, r. 643% Natoma 
Allen Harry E., lamplighter S. F. Gas & 

Elec. Co., r. 68 Albion Av. 
Allen Hattie, widow, r. 707% Green 
ALLEN, HENDERSON & ALLEN 

(W. W. Allen. J. W. Henderson and W. "W. 

Allen, Jr.) attorneys-at-law, 418, 419 Par- 

rott Bldg., tel. Mint 1682 
ALLEN HENRY F. 

(successor to Allen & Lewis in S. P.) ship- 
ping and commission merchant and agent 

Atlas Assurance Co.. 202 California, r. 

Ross Station, Marin Co. 
Allen Henry G., dentist, 807 Sutter, r. 2309 

California 
Allen Henry I. E., salesman R. B. Galley, r. 

1531 Sanchez 
Allen Henry W., clerk local freight office S. 

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Allen Herbert F., clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Herman, longshoreman, r. 422b Fremont 
Allen Horace H., salesman William P. Mor- 
gan, r. Berkeley 
Allen H. S., genl. manager Press Clipping 

Bureau. 510 Montgomery, r. Larkspur 
Allen Hubert H., salesman Eames Tricycle 

Co., r. 258 Pagei 
Allen I. C, clerk Goodyear Rubber Co., r. 

Alameda 
AliliEN ISAAC P. 

retail agent Pope Manufacturing Co. and 

Columbia, Hartford, Stormer, Pennant and 

other bicycles, 301 Larkin, Park branch 

Columbia bic'yclery, 1966-1974 Page, tel. 

Pine 82 
Allen James, bartender New Vienna Gardens, 

r. 712 Greenwich 
Allen James, janitor 819 Market 
Allen James, laborer S. P. Co., r. 959 Ken- 
tucky 
Allen James B., proprietor Pac. Hat Wks., 

51, 5th 
Allen James D., clerk, r. 1531 Sanchez 
Allen James G., agent Joseph Dixon Crucible 

Co., r. Oakland 
Allen James G., mastermariner, r. 896, 14th 
Allen James H., butcher George Wagner & 

Co., r. 1311, 7th Av. South 
Allen James H., carinspector S. P. Co., r. 

2603 Hyde 
Allen James H., nurse, r. 1522 Polk 
ALIiEX JAMES M. 

attorney-at-law, 305 Sansome, r. 3400 

Washington 
Allen James R., marine engineer, r. 14 Mason 
Allen Jane, widow, r. 2602 Hyde 
Allen Jerome A., mfrs.' agent. Flood Bldg., r. 

Oakland 
Allen John, r. 78 Julian Av. rear 
Allen John, r. 965 Folsom 
Allen John, r. 1319^ Broadway 
Allen John, liquors, 85 City Hall Av., r. 772a 

Folsom 
Allen John, musician, r. 39, 4th 
Allen John, stoker Engine 7, r. 3164, 16th 
Allen John, tailor, r. 1319V^ Broadway 
Allen John, teamster W. A. Miller & Co., r. 

959 Kentucky 
Allen John D., carrepairer S. P. Co., r. 2603 

Hyde 
Allen John F., helper Union Iron Wks., r. 333 

Louisiana 
Allen John G. R., printer, r 
Allen John H., blacksmith 

Co. 
Allen John H., horseshoer, 417, 6th 

Geary 

Allen John J., comicemaker, r. 216, 2d 
Allen John J., patrolman Morse's Patrol, r. 

2521 Harrison 
Allen John P., atty-at-law. Safe Deposit Bldg. 

r. 512 Oak 
Allen John R., railway postal clerk, r. 507 

Shotwell 
Allen John S., salesman Roos Bros., 

Guerrero 
Allen John W. 
I Allen Joseph, 
I Geary 
Allen Joseph, teamster, r. 959 Kentucky 
Allen Joseph A., helper Wilson Bros. Co., r. 

17 Willow Av. 
Allen Joseph E., barber G. W. Costley, r. 330 

McAllister 
Allen Josepu W.E., collarcutter Main & Win- 
chester, r. 227, 6th 
i Allen Katie Miss, milliner, r. 2603 Hyde 
j Allen L., shipcarpenter, r. SW. cor. Broderick 

and Jefferson 
Allen Lalla T., widow, r. 2309 California 
Allen L. D. Mrs., r. 2309 California 
Allen Lewis H., secretary McCann Belcher & 

Allen, r. East Oakland 
Allen Lizzie Mrs., r. 2507 Pine 
Allen Lorenzo, laborer, r. 2231 Powell 



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Alleu Lorenzo D., carpenter, 1821 Webster 
Allen Lorenzo S., clerk Rosenberg Bros. & 

Co., r. 2309 California 
Allen Louis C, student, r. 2309 California 
Allen Lydia E., widow, r. 240, 13th 
Allen M. A. M. Mrs., widow, r. 1515 Pine 
Allen Mary, widow, lodgings, 805i/^ Howard 
Allen Mary G. Miss, teacher Girls High 

School, r. 240, 13th 
Allen Mary G. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 776 O'Far- 

rell 
Allen Mary R., widow, r. 639 O'Farrell 
Allen May Miss, saleslady, r. 301 Jones 
Allen Melville, driver San Mateo Dairy, r. 1020 

Valencia 
Allen Merton C, journalist Chronicle, r. 827 

Capp 
Allen Michael, brassmelter Union Iron Wks., 

r. 633 Tennessee 
Allen Michael, seaman, r. 58 Morris Av. 
Allen Montague, r. 632 Minna 
Allen M. Nelson, laborer A. H. Greenberg, r. 

1423 Ellis 
Allen N. Mrs., chiropodist, 737 Market 
Allen Nathan, engineer, r. 158 Tehama 
Allen Nicholas J., clerk, r. 1319% Broadway 
Allen Oliver P., bookkeeper Anglo-Californian 

Bank, r. Oakland 
Allen Peri E., atty-at-law, r. 532 Geary 
Allen Peter W., clerk Murphy, Grant & Co., 

r. 809% Treat Av. 
Allen Philip G., ins., r. 2309 California 
Allen Philip S., watchman City and County 

Hospital 
Allen Ray (Allen & Allen) r. 631 McAllister 
Allen Raymond G., barber, 215, 6th, r. 226c 

Clara 
Allen Richard, driver Chemical Engine 1, r. 

216, 2d 
Allen Richard, laborer, r. 2611 Pine 
Allen Richard, photographer, r. 526 Jessie 
Allen Richard, yardman W. G. Stafford & Co., 

r. 2611 Pine 
Allen Richard K., supt. of agencies Penn. 

Mutual Life Ins. Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Richard S., clerk Market St. Ry., r. 331 

Guerrero 
Allen R. L., brakeman S. P. Co., r. 141 Hyde 
Allen Robert O'H., compositor Dewey Pub. 

Co., r. 228, 15th Av. 
Allen Rowland F., salesman William P. Mor- 
gan, r. Oakland 
Allen Samuel, 2d hand furniture, 1134 Howard 
Allen Samuel J., weigher R. Dunsmuir's Sons 

Co., r. 412 Scott 
Allen Sarah M. Mrs., clerk Postofflce, r. 1289 

Union 
Allen Stuart H., clerk Cal. Furniture Mfg. 

Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Susan, widow, r. 1716 Fillmore 
Allen Thomas, r. 734 Clementina 
Allen Thomas, bootblack, r. 15% Liberty 
Allen Thomas, dishwasher The Washington 

Hotel 
Allen Thomas A., coalpasser str. City of Para 
Allen Thomas E., candymaker, r. 894 Creen 
Allen Thomas J., solicitor ins., 423 California 
Allen W. A., apprentice J. C. Johnson & Co., 

r. 924% Jackson 
Allen W. A., purser str. Peru 
Allen Waldo F., clerk Pelton Water Wheel 

Co., r. 257 Stevenson 
Allen Walter M., railway postal clerk, r. 226 

Liberty 
Allen W. B., r. 657 Bush 



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Allen Willard P., bookkeeper James Young, r. 

657 Bush 
Allen William, r. 90 South Park 
Allen William, chief engineer str. Doric, r. 

59 Noe 
Allen William, expressman, SE. cor. Pine and 

Polk, r. 15 Pixley Av. 
Allen William, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 936 Fil- 
bert 
Allen William, wireworker, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen William C, clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. Larkspur 
Allen William D., waiter, r. 824 Mission 
Allen William E., real estate, r. 4 Martha Pi. 
Allen William H., watertender str. Peru 
Allen William L., lather, r. 34 Bruce PI. 
Allen William M., salesman, r. 3728, 23d 
Allen William O., glovecleaner, 316 Hickory 

Av. 
Allen William R., seaman, r. 406 Brannan 
Allen William T., clerk Grand Trunk Ry. 

System, r. 430 Eddy 
Allen William W. (Allen, Henderson & Allen) 

r. 1005% Valencia 
Allen William W., Jr. (Allen, Henderson & 

Allen) r. 1585, 10th Av. 
Allen Willis W., salesman, r. 737 Market 
Allen & Allen (Albert and Ray) plumbing and 

gasfitting, 1122 Mission 

ALLEN & HIG6INS LUMBER CO. 

Frank H. Allen president, James E. Higgins 
secretary and treasurer, hardwood lumber 
and veneers, 18-20 Spear 
ALLEN & LOONEY 

(Frederick C. Allen and Jeremiah Looney, 
Jr ) plumbers and gasfltters, 314 O'Far- 
rell, tel. Red 144 

[CT Allen. See Allan and Allyne 

Allenberg Charles, mining secretary, 206 San- 
some, r. 1166 Page 

Allenberg Edwin L., salesman, r. 1166 Page 

Allenberg Leo, clerk Cal. Wine Assn., r. 1166 
Page 

Allenberg Leopold, bookkeeper C. H. Meyer & 
Bros., r. 505 Devisadero 

Allendorf George, boilermaker Eureka Boiler 
Wks., r. 317, 1st 

Allerton Charles M., motorman, r. 5 California 
Av. 

Allerton Samuel E., diesinker, r. 1039 Guer- 
rero 

Allesen Charles, seaman, r. 61 Natoma 

Alley Charles, stairbuilder, r. 233 Dore 

Alley Charles J., cooper Herbert & Vogel, r. 
768 Folsom 

Alley Fred L., agent United Shoe Machinery 
Co., r. Alameda 

Alley Henry J., cooper Herbert & Vogel, r. 
768 Folsom 

Alley William H., stevedore, r. 224 Greenwich 

ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO. 

(London, Eng.), Charles F. Mullins mas- 
ager, 416-418 California 

Alliance Building, 418 California 

Alliance Building and Loan Association, 20 
Montgomery 

ALLIANCE INSURACE CO. LIMITED 

(of Berlin) Gutte & Frank managers Pa- 
cific Coast dept., 303 California 

ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENERAL ASSUR- 
ANCE CO. LIMITED (of London) J. J. Moore 
& Co. asrents, 418 California 

Allied Printing Trades Council, 533 Kearny 



AUiguie Frank, baker, r. 26 Scott PI. 
AUiman Morris T., barber Oberly & Schraft, 

r. 120 McAllister 
Ailing George S., cutter, r. 542 Jessie 
ALLINGHAM WILLIAM 

wellborer, 3617 Army 
Allione George, driver M. B. Moraghan, r. i 

308 Sutter 
Allione Henry, restaurant, 525 Montgomery^ 

Av., r. 2d Scotland 

Or^Alliot. See Elliott 

Allis Edmond C, salesman Hinz & Landt, 
r. 414 Cole 

Allis Horace G., mines. Mills Bldg., r. 1352 
Post 

Allis Watson C, scale expert Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., r. 1614i^ Parker Av. 

Allison Carroll, teamster Black Diamond 
Coal Co., r. 332 Sunnyslde Av. 

Allison David E., salesman Campodonico & 
Burns, r. 2423 Broadway 

Allison David E., Jr., salesman, r. 2423 Broad- 
way 

Allison De Forrest C, mining, r. 332 Sunny- 
side Av. 

Allison Edmund L., bookkeeper W. M. Stair, 
r. 2009% Devisadero 

Allison Edward, faucetmaker West Coast 
Safety Faucet Co., r. Oakland 

Allison Edward R., clerk, r. 2423 Broadway 

Allison Elizabeth C, widow, r. 20091/2 Devisa- 
dero 

Allison Frank J., with Hammersmith & Field, 
r. 600 Bush 

Allison Herbert, barber, r. 1543 Geary 

Allison James, oiler str. Doric 

Allison James G., r. 1003 Washington 

Allison J. Hamilton, com. merchant 218 San- 
some, r. 20091^ Devisadero 

Allison Joseph, coalpasser str. Australia 

Allison Mary E., widow, r. 21% De Long At. 

Allison, Nefl & Co., John B. Neff president, 
farming implements, 222 Mission 

Allison S. H., warehouseman D. M. Osborne 
& Co. 

Allison Sydney, with New England Mutual 
Life Ins. Co., r. 924 Greenwich 

Allison Thomas S., ins., r. 924 Greenwich 

Allison W. H., chief engineer str. Queen 

C^ Allison. See Alison 

Allman August W., r. 782 Harrison 

Allman Alice, domestic, 2015a Sacramento 

Allman Carl, r. 3730 Folsom 

Allman Margaret, widow, r. Reservoir Hill 

Allman Miles, employee Market St. Ry., r. 
1226 Lombard 

Allman R., seaman str. Aztec 

tn^ Allman. See Almon 

AUoway Carrie Miss, dressmaking, 521 Ellis 

Alloway James T., foreman C. A. Warren, r. 
521 Ellis 

Alloway Jay, clerk, r. 521 Ellis 

Allseits Joseph R., painter, r. 2207 Mason 

Allseits Minrad, glassworker Cal. Art Glass, 
Bending and Cutting Wks., r. Ill San Car- 
los Av. 

Allseits Otillie Mrs., janitrix Humboldt Pri- 
mary School, r. 4 Ivy Av. 

Allsop Robert R., bricklayer, r. 908 Folsom 

Allsop Thomas, bookkeeper Miller & Lux, r. 
1051, 5th Av. South 

[Cr Allsop. See Alsop 

Allward William H., waiter A. Peterson, r. 

309 Minna 

All well Reuben, roofer Conlin & Roberts 

Allwood Henry, carpenter, r. 950, 33d AT. 
South 

Allyn Henry, waiter R. Beck & Co., r. 419 
Stevenson 

Allyn Marie R. Mrs., r. 110 Hyde 

Allyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. NW. cor. 
Gough and Green 

ALLYNE & WHITE 
(John W. Allyne and William H. White) mer- 
chants, 316 Sacramento 

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Allzewahr Louis, salesman A. L.evy & Co., r. 
212 Bush 

Alma Mia Cigar Factory, Max Ordenstein 
propr., 322 Battery 

Almada Domitila, widow, r. 120 South Park 

Almada Philip, r. 4 Vallejo PI. rear 

Almagia Giovanni (Almagia & Patrizi) 12 
Montgomery Av. 

Almagia Guido, advertising agent L'ltalia, r. 
12 Montgomery Av. 

ALMAGIA & PATRIZI 

(Giovanni Almagia and Ettore Patrizi) edi- 
tors and proprietors L'ltalia, general 
agents Italian Steamship Co., and Italian 
agents Santa Fe Route, 12 Montgomery 
Av., tel. Red 353 

Alme Johann, engraver J. C. Irvine & Co., r. 
9 Fountain 

Almon Edward J., bartender W. H. Almon, r. 
cor. Silver Av. and San Bruno Av. 

Almon James, clerk, r. 325 Dore 

Almon William, cooper, r. 325 Dore 

Almon William H., propr. Golden City House, 
cor. Silver Av. and San Bruno 

Cy Almon. See Allman 

Almond Fredrick, gripman Market St. Ry., 
r. 815 Capp 

Almond John, gripman Geary St. P. & O. RR., 
r. 521, 1st Av. 

AliMONO MINING CO. 

(Coleville, Mono Co., Cal.) L. Wadham 
secretary, 530 California, room 38 

^Almonte The, 1, 5th 

,Almquist John A., joiner Union Iron Wks., r. 
623 Joost Av. 

Almquist Peter, baker, r. 1002 Harrison 

Alms Alfred, tailor, r. 814 Adelaide PI. 

ALMS HOUSE 

(City and County) E. A. Reddy superin- 
tendent, off Corbett Av., nr. Lake Honda 

Alois William, foreman Alex. Heins, r. 2413 
Harrison 

Alonso Jose, clgarmaker, r 809 Filbert 

Alonso Manuel, porter E. F. Robles, r. 1516 
Powell rear 

Alpen John D., employee The Chutes, r. 1779 
Haight 

Alpen William J., clerk Blake, Moffltt & 
Towne, r. 234, 4th Av. 

AliPER A. A. 

general manager Great Western Smelting 
and Refining Co., 217, 1st, r. 2135 Pine 

Alpern Max, salesman, r. 907 Devisadero 

Alpern Max Mrs., millinery, 1036 Market, r. 
907 Devisadero 

AliPEBS CHARLES 

president National Fertilizer Co., 405 Mont- 
gomery, room 5, r. 706 Ivy Av. 

Alpers Charles W., musician, r. 1 Winter Lane 

Alpers Claus, groceries, NE. cor. Polk and 
Pine, r. 1421 Polk 

ALPERS GEORGE 

(Alpers & Heide) and dealer in fine gro- 
ceries, wines and liquors, 354-360, 5tli, r. 
202 Clara 

Alpers George W., clerk H. L. Brickwedel, r. 

( 1615 Lombard 

Alpers Peter, clerk Del Monte Milling Co. 

Alpers Wilhelm, clerk August J. Gerdau, r. 
2025 Fillmore 

Mpers & Heide (George Alpers and Henry 
Heide) groceries, 342-346, 4th 

CyAlpers. See Albers. 

Alpha Consolidated Mill and Mining Co. (Gold 
Hill, Nev.) Nevada Block 

'Alpha House, 5 Market 

Alpha Kindergarten, Misj M. Coghlan princi- 
pal, cor. 4th Av. and California South 

A.LPHA TRAINED NURSES STAFF 
(male and female) F. E. Goodban, 1117 
Van Ness Av., tel. East 579 
Mquist Jacob, seaman, r. 334 Main 
A.lsberg Sigmund, propr. Abbotsford Hotel, 
N. s. Broadway bet. Larkin and Polk 



New York Life Ins. Co. 

JOHN A. McCALL, President. . 

THE OLDEST *N0 URGEST INTERHUIONAL LIFE INSUMHCE CO. IN THE 
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Rooms 600-603 PARROTT BUILDING 
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Alsen's Portland Cement Works, Mills Bldg. 
Alsenz Maria, widow, r. 1642 Post 
Alsina Arthur, porter, r. 516a Union 
Alsing Asmus N., driver, r. 2119 Jones 
Alsing Fritz, bartender Cafe Zinkand, r. 846 

Mission 
Alsing John, driver, r. 813 Mission 
Alsing Peter, gripman Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1049 Union 
Alsino D. Mrs., r. 1207i^ Kearny 
Alsip Effle J. Miss (Deasy & Alsip) r. 1641 

O'Farrell 
Alsip Mary A. Mrs., r. 1641 O'Farrell 
Alsop Albert W., r. 6 Virginia Court 
Alsop James J., salesman Catton, Bell & Co. 
C? Alsop. See Allsop. 

Alstead Augustus, carpenter, r. 607 Moultrie 
Alston Frank W., r. 510 Taylor 
Alston Octavia P., barber, r. 246 Ocean Av. 
Alstrom Louis, waiter, r. 58 Jessie 
AIsup Charles, carpenter, r. 961 Market 
Alt Charles (Alt & Weiss) r. 15 Glover 
Alt Margaretha, widow, r. 719 Bay 
Alt & Weiss (Charles Alt and John M. Weiss) 

butchers, 1268 Pacific 
IC^Alt. See Ault. 

Alta Building and Loan Association, 304 Mont- 
gomery 
ALTA CALIFORNIA PRINTING HOUSE 

W. A. Woodward & Co., proprietors, 12 

Sutter 
Alta Plaza, bet. Steiner and Scott, Clay and 

Jackson 
Alta Sierra Gold Mining Co., 120 Sutter 
Alta Silver Mining Co., Nevada Block 
Alta Soap Co., 109-111 Oregon 
Altbayer Bert, violinist, r. 600 Jones 
Altbayer Rachael, widow, r. 600 Jones 
Altemus John P., paperruler H. S. Crocker 

Co., r. 32 Rausch 
Altenberg Bertha Miss, teacher music, r. 736 

Grove 
Altenberg Frederick P. H., shirtcutter, r. 736 

Grove 
Altenberg August, bookkeeper Raphael Weill 

& Co., r. 922 Greenwich 
Altenberg Pauline, widow, r. 922 Greenwich 
Altendorf Julius, grinder Pac. Saw Mfg. Co., 

r. Oakland 
Altendorf William, seaman, r. 12 Morris Av. 
Altenhoff Gustav H., gents' furnishing goods, 

745 Laguna 
Altenhoff Gustav H. Jr., manager Gustav H. 

Altendorff, r. 745 Laguna 
Alter! Celestina, widow, r. 31 Rausch 
Alteri Michael, barber, r. 31 Rausch 
Altfleld Benjamin, clerk, r. 430 Hayes 
Altfield Daniel, clerk, r. 430 Hayes 
Altfleld Hannah, widow, r. 526a Natoma 
Altfield Simon R., crockery, glassware, etc., 

430 Hayes and 1185 Market, r. 430 Hayes 
Althabee Mary, widow, r. 27 Waterville 
Althansen Carlo, helper Wm. F. Wil*&n, r. 

Alameda 
Althaus John, cabinetmaker Lewis & Hass- 

further, r. 1309 Stockton 
Althaus John, joiner, r. 212 Natoma 
Alther Robert J., druggists' sundries, SE. cor. 

Ellis and Scott, r. 1893 Ellis 
Altherr Adolph, bakery, 3599, 17th 
Althof Ernest, restaurant, 135 Powell 
Althof Herman, with Althof & Bahls, r. Oak- 
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( Check Hccounts, trust Deposits > 

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ALTHOF & BAHLS 

Herman H. BaWs president, Richard Balils 

vice-president, Robert S. Gee secretary, 

blank book manufacturers, book binders 

and printers and sole manufacturers and 

owners Frey-BuBCher flat-opening blank 

books, 327 sansome 

Altman A. J., laundryman Hotel St. Nicholas 

Altman Carrie Mrs., r. 1202% Howard 

Altman Charles S., tailor, 509 Kearny, r. 5 

Moss 
Altman Sigmund L., cigarmaker, r. 416, 5th 
Altmann Aaron, landscape and portrait paint- 
er, r. 1026 Sutter 
Altmann Charles, r. 5 Moss 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, 1024 Sutter 
Altmann Rosa Miss, dressmaker, r. 1026 Sutter 
Altmark Blanche Miss, r. 1710 Octavia 
Altmark Jacob, teacher languages, r. 163 Mis- 
sion 
Altmark Louis, salesman Rosenthal, Feder & 

Co., r. 1710 Octavia 
Altmayer Abraham, supt. Cahn, Nickelsburg 

& Co., r. 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Berthold, clerk Cahn, Nickelsburg 

& Co., r. 615 Broderick 
Altmayer Hugo, electrician, r. 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmeyer Leo, cutter Cahn, Nickelsburg & 

Co., 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Moses W., solicitor George H. Ty- 
son, r. 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmaver Rosalia, widow, r. 615 Broderick 
Altomare Luigi, laborer, r. 532 Vallejo 
Alton John J., tailor Jacob EJpstein, r. 296 

Union 
Alton Mary, widow, r. 22 Hunt 
ALTON THOMAS 

secretary San Francisco Breweries Lim- 
ited, 240, 2d, r. Oakland 
Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co.) 

206 Sansome 
Altozano Alice, widow, r. 2024 Taylor 
AliTSCHUL CHARLES 

manager London, Paris and American 
Bank (limited) 1-3 Sansome, r. 1721 Jack- 
son 
Altschul Hugo B., clerk, r. 2331 Bush 
Altschul Leopold, salesman, r. 2331 Bush 
Altschul Ludwig, real estate, 318 Clay, r. 2417 

Sutter 
Altschul Richard, cashier London, Paris and 

American Bank, r. 1096 Post 
Altschul Rudolph C, r. 2331 Bush 
Altschuler Cass, salesman, r. 1245 O'Farrell 
Altschuler Levi, r. 1245 O'Farrell 
Altschuler Sol, lithographic artist, 529 Clay, 

r. 1245 O'Farrell 
Altwater Edward L. (Altwater Printing Co.) 

r. 3517, 24th 
Altwater Printing Co. (William F. and Edward 

L.) 3517, 24th 
Altwater William F. (Altwater Printing Co.) 

r. 3517, 24th 
Aluminum Novelty Co., 110 Sutter 
Alvarado Foundry (Alvarado, Cal.) oflBce 49, 

1st 
Alvarado Manuel, teacher music, r. 362 Minna 
Alvarado Peter H., engineer Holbrook, Merrill 

& Stetson, r. 1417 Stockton 
Alvarez Joseph I., policeman, r. 515a Lombard 
Alvarez Adam D., salesman Roos Bros., r. 
418 Hyde 



Alvarez Angel P., editor and propr. El Com- 

ercio Ilustrado, 518 Sacramento, r. 1708^ 

Sacramento 
Alvarez Antonio, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 7211/^ Broadway 
Alvarez Gabriela, widow, r. 939 Pacific 
Alvarez H., employee F. A. Robbins Press 

Wks., r. 270, 1st 
Alvarez J. J., machinist Fulton Eng. & "Shio 

Bldg. Wks. 
Alvarez Manuel M., shoemaker Rosenthal 

Feder & Co., r. Oakland 
Alves Clarence A., barber A. P. Botelho, r. 

35OV2 Jessie 
Alvea Domingos, teamster, r. 14 Sonora 
Alves Frederick, director Morrison Lumber 

Co., r. 825 Hampshire 
Alves John A., machinehand, r. 170 Clemen- 
tina rear 
Alves Jose, barber A. Cabral, r. 2195 Powell 
Alves Joseph, barber, 1551 Market, r. 159 West 

Park 
Alveso v., r. 657 Bush 

Alvey Leonard A., physician, r. 2711% Sutter 
Alviso William, stableman Commerciaf Trans- 
fer Co., r. 1316 Pine 
ALVORD WILLIAM 

president The Bank of California, NW. 

cor. California and Sansome, r. 2548 Jack- 
son 
Alvord William B., bartender, r. 317 O'Farrell 
Amador House, 1113% Howard 
Amador Mary Mrs., r. 727 Broadway rear 
Amann Frank, r. 906 Pacific rear 
Amante Carlo, bootblack, r. 5 Varennes 
Amante Laura, widow, r. Sa Varennes 
Amaral Antoine, laborer, r. 506, 20th 
Amaral Antone, 2d oflicer str. Tiburon, r. Ti- 

buron 
Amaral Frank D., machinist, r. 113, 8th 
Amaral Joseph, deckhand str. Tiburon, r. Ti- 
buron 
Amaral Joseph S., laborer U. S. Customs, r. 

Sausalito 
Amaral Rose, widow, r. 113, 8th 
Amarillas Gold Mining Co., Nevada Block 
Amark Babbetta Mrs., r. '751 Laguna 
Amark Fred L., salesman R. Finking, r. 53S 

O'Farrell 
Amark Henry, surveyor, r. 2751 Laguna 
Ambek Nicholai, watchman, r. 918 Harrison 
Amber Max, cutter N. Willard. r.^641 Fulton 
Amberg Charles, porter, r. 100, 5th 
Amberg Otto, porter Dunham, Carrigan h I 

Hayden Co., r. 1587 Market 
Amberg Otto Mrs., bakery, 1587 Market 
Ambler Arthur B., salesman, r. 2004 Larkin 
Ambler Benjamin, salesman Langley & Ifl- 
chaels Co., r. 2004 Larkin 
Amblow Louis G., waiter George H. Richard 

r. 454 Clementina 
Ambridge Fred C, clerk Goodall Perkins 4k 

Co., r. 733 Bush 
Ambriska Matthias, helper Risdon I & I«> 

Wks.. r. 32 Shipley rear 
Ambriz Julia, widow, 1515 Dupont 
Ambrose Arthur E., teamster Arctic Oil Wks., 

r. 1012 Florida 
Ambrose Celeste, widow, r. 120% Hayes 
Ambrose Charles M., musical instruments, 

1517 Market, r. 613 Larkin 
Ambrose Daniel, bricklayer, r. 615 Hayes 
Ambrose Edward, bookkeeper, r. 1012 Florid* 
Ambrose Frank, painter, r. 700 Broadway 
Ambrose Henry, bricklayer, r. 615 Hayes 
Ambrose James, r. 615 Hayes 
Ambrose James T., plumber, r. 105 Collins 
Ambrose John, deckhand str. Herald 
Ambrose Joseph, bootblack, NE. cor. Fillmore 

and Haight, r. 11 Pollack PI. 
Ambrose Josie R. Miss, teacher Henry Durant 

Primary School, r. 615 Hayes 
AMBROSE J. R. 

agent Bank of British North Am., 130 

Sansome, r. Berkeley 
Ambrose Philip, clerk Cafe Royal, r. 616 Ellis 
Ambrose Stephen, clerk, r. 120% Hayes 






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Ambrose W. H., railway postal clerk, r. 

Stockton 
Ambrose William, papercutter Mutual L. & L. 

Co., r. 3369, 26th 
Ambrose William F., contractor, r. 896 Steiner 
Ambrosini Marco, clerk John Bulotti, r. 2619 

Sacramento 
Ambrosio Emelia, widow, r. 526 Vallejo 
Ambrum Frederick, cornicemaker Conlin & 

Roberts, r. 1015 Market 
f».medee Edward C, r. 419 Green 
Amedee George P., clerk, r. 419 Green 
Amega Leo, lashmaker Kempkey & Gllham, 

r. 190 Precita Av. 
Amelia Gold Mining Co. (Amador Co.) L. 

Schumacher secretary, 320 Sansome 

AMELUNG JULIUS C. 

general commission mercliant, dealer 
wines and brandies and Pacific Coast 
agent Loew System Filter (Cleveland, 0.) 
oflace 10 California, storage warehouses, 30 
Commercial and 41 Clay, r. 234 Capp 

Amend Jacob J., policeman, r. 207 Steiner 

Amend W., druggist, r. 1413a Dupont 

Amendt Mary, widow, r. 1133 Florida 

Ament Albert H., mining, r. 612 Jones 

AMER W. H. MBS. 

proprietor Elmer House, 324 Bush 

American and European Commission Co., 35 
New Montgomery 

American Arithmometer Co., 303 California 

American Association of Masters and Pilots of 
Steam Vessels, Ferry Bldg. 

AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO. OF SAN 
FRANCISCO, Edwin Fretwell president, O. 
D. Baldwin vice-president, James J. Fagan 
cashier, John W. Farren secretary, NE. 
cor. Bush and Montgomery 

American Baptist Publishing Society, 637 Mar- 
ket 

AS[£ItICAN BEET SUaAB CO. 

Henry T. Oxnard president, Robert Ox- 
nard vice-president, office 327 Market 

AMERICAN BICYCLE CO., POPE SALES DE- 
PARTMENT, P. H. Bernays manager, 50-56 
1st. 

AMERICAN BISCUIT CO. 

Leon Glass president, James Dunn man- 
ager, William D. Claussen secretary, NW. 
cor. Battery and Broadway, salesroom 228 
Front 

American Board Commissioners of Foreign 
Missions, Y. M. C. A. Bldg. 

AMERICAN BONDING AND TRUST CO. 

(of Baltimore) George C. Pratt and Ed- 
mund F. Green assistant secretaries, 405 
Montgomery 

AMERICAN BOOK CO. 

A. F. Gunn general agent, 204 Pine, tel. 
Main 1962 

AMERICAN BOX FACTORY 

(incorporated) Henry Euler Jr. president 
and manager, J. W. Bartholomew secre- 
tary, Ralph P. Merillion shipping clerk, 
815-825 Brannan, tel. South 593 

AMERICAN BREWERY 

A. E. Kroencke manager, 725-727 Green, 
tel. Main 848 

American Carbonic Acid Gas Co., 19 Stevenson 

AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE CO. 

(St. Louis, Mo.) Charles Christensen man- 
ager, B. Goodwin assistant manager. Pa- 
cific department, 220 Sansome 

American Cereal Co., Luning Bldg. 

American Circular Loom Co., Flood Bldg. 

American Composition Pipe and Pile Armor 
Co., Flood Bldg. 

AMERICAN CONDENSED MILE CO. 
main office 33 Luning Building, tel. Main 
1610, factory Benicia, Cal., manufacturers 
sweetened and unsweetened condensed 
milk 

American Cream Tartar Co., 318 Front 



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and San Francisco City Property. \ 

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AMERICAN CRISP CO. 

Gress & Gunsauls proprietors, manufac- 
turers pop corn crisps, 1213 Market 
AMERICAN CUCKOO CLOCK CO. 

(Phila.) clocks, John B. Whitney manager 
120 Sutter, room 3 
American Dairy, Nager Bros, proprs., 507 
Charter Oak Av. 

AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH CO. OF S.F. 

C. L. Ackerman president, Frank Jaynes 
treasurer, H. Bostwick secretary, E. F. 
Weihe superintendent, main office 607 Mar- 
ket, branch offices 206 California, 200 Sut- 
ter, 912 Market, NW. cor. Taylor and 
Golden Gate Av., 839 Sutter cor. Leaven- 
worth, NW. cor. Valencia and 22d, 2407 
California, 2 Hayes, 100 Market, NE. cor. 
Pine and Montgomery, C. P. RR. Bldg., 
room 18, Palace Hotel, Occidental, 319 
Davis, The Emporium and 30i Montgomery 
American Exploration and Development Co., 
212 Sansome 

AMERICAN EXPORT CO. THE 

(Joyeros al por mayor) exporters of gold 
and plated jewelry, Waltham and all 
American watches, Emlle Hirschfeld man- 
ager, 22 Sutter 

American Exporters Association, A. D. Cutler 
president, Safe Deposit Bldg. 

American Faucet Co. The, B. E. Handy presi- 
dent and manager, 131, 1st 

American Fire Insurance Co. (of Philadelphia) 
Edward Brown & Sons general agents, 
411-413 California rear 

American Fire Insurance Co. (New York) 323 
California 

American Forester Review (monthly) Jacob 
Label manager, 120 O'Farrell 

American Fuel Oil Co. (Los Angeles) 638 Mar- 
ket 

American Garbage Co., 120 Sutter 

AMERICAN GAS AND COKE CO. 

T. S. C. Lowe president, 544 Parrott Bldg. 

AMERICAN GOLD SEPARATOR 

Griesche & Bauer manufacturers, 254-256 
Spear 

American Hard Rubber Co. (New York) 573 
Market 

AMERICAN HOSIERY CO. 

Charles H. Hunter Pacific Coast agent, 35 
New Montgomery 

American Import Co., 13-15 Battery 

American Indicator Co., 324 Pine 

American Insurance Co. (Newark, N. J.) 323 
California 

American Insurance Co. (of Boston) 411 Cali- 
fornia 

American Iron Works, 515, 6th 

American Land and Trust Co., C. W. Wright 
president, 132 Market 

American Legion of Honor, Edwin Q^ Sterl- 
ing grand secretary, 6 Eddy ^ 

AMERICAN LINE 

New York and Southhampton (London) 
Philadelphia and Queenstown-Liverpool, 
G. D. Fahnestock general agent Pac. 
Coast, 30 Montgomery 

AMERICAN LINSEED CO. 
(Chicago) 123 California, room 21 

American Lithograph Co., Asa H. Waugaman 
manager, 518 Clay 

American Luxfer Prism Co., Mills Bldg. 



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AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS^ASSOCIATION 

W. Peard Thomas president, Frank Fris- 
bee secretary, machinery and metal prod- 
ucts, 20-22 Fremont 

AMERICAN OIL AND ASPHALT CO. 
John A. Fairchild president, 215-216 
Crocker Bldg. 

American Oil and Paint Co., David Low presi- 
dent, 19 Spear 

AMERICAN OIL AND REFINERY CO. 
William E. Holbrook president, Mark 
Walser general manager, 322-323 Parrott 
Bldg. 

American Press Association, M. D. Fairchild 
manager, 20" Sacramento 

American Process Engraving Co. (Harry R. 
Congdon) photo-engravers, 304 Battery 

American Quartz Mining Co., 503 California 

American Real Estate Co., Mills Bldg. 

AMERICAN REFRIGERATOR TRANSIT CO. 
(St. Louis, Mo.) L. M. Fletcher general 
agent, 212 California 

American River Land and Lumber Co. (El 
Dorado Co.) 320 Sansome 

AMERICAN SALT CO. THE 

p. Marsicano president, P. H. Coward, 
manager, ofilce 217 Sacramento, factory 
Hathaway's Wharf, teL Front 19 

American Samson, physican, 1244 Mission 
American Sawdust Co., 716 Folsom 
American Soda Water Works, 924 Bryant 
American Standard Oil Co., Hearst Bldg. 

AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO. 

THE, Frank L. Brown Pacific Coast sales 
agent, 8-10 Pine, factory cor. Bay and 
Mason 
AMERICAN SURETY CO. 

(of New York) James R. Garniss resident 
manager, Charles A. Shurtleff resident 
secretary, 219 Sansome, tel. Main 5119 
American Tin Plate Co. (New York) Mills 
Bldg. 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

Joseph Eastwood proprietor, manufac- 
turers well-boring tools, crank axles, 
goose-necks, steel and iron shafts, 
dredger forging a specialty, 109-111 
Mission, tel. Main 5578 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY 

Luther H. Gary, manager, publishers, 
booksellers and importers, 16 Grant Av. 

AMERICAN TRADING CO. THE 

importers, exporters and com. merchants, 
Milton H. Morse, agent, 112 California 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO. 
George L. Alexander manager, machinists 
and type founders and dealers presses and 
printers' materials, 405-407 Sansome 

American Union Fish Co., A. Giusti president, 
flshdealers, 508-512 Merchant 

AMERICAN VARNISH CO. THE 

(Chicago) Frank H. La Faille, Pacific 
Coast agent, manufacturers varnish and 
Japan, 741 Mission 

American Whip Co., (Westfleld, Mass.) 21, 1st 

American Wool and Cotton Reporter (weekly) 
48 Fremont 

AMERICAN WRINGER CO. THE 

Louis Heilbroner general agent, 416 Ellis 

Amerman Jacob B., printer, 40 California, 
r. Oakland 



Ames Albert, r. 507 FVederick 

Ames Alfred, teamster, r. 541 Stevenson 

Ames Arthur L., groceries, 1530 Powell 

Ames Benjamin F., teamster Henry Cowell, 
Lime and Cement Co., r. 541 Stevenson 

Ames Benjamin F. Jr., carrier postofflce, r. 
541 Stevenson 

Ames Benjamin, clerk Dunham, Carrigan & 
Hayden- Co. 

Ames Charles E,, clerk, r. 541 Stevenson 

Ames Charles L., paperhanger, r. 428 Geary 

Ames Edwin E., salesman Hooker & Co., r. 
2224 Grove 

Ames Edwin M., accountant American Steel 
and Wire Co., r. 2224 Grove 

Ames Elizabeth H. Miss, librarian Boys' Free 
Library and Reading Room, r. 1608 Val- 
lejo 

AMES EVERETT 

attorney-at-law, 418 California, room 54, 
tel. James 61, r. 1132 Adeline, Oakland 

Ames F. H. Co., Frank H. Ames president, 
mfrs.' agents, Luning Bldg. 

AMES FISHER 

atty-at-law, 600-617 Examiner Bldg., tel. 
Red 1761, r. 1898 Broadway 

Ames Frank H., president F. H, Ames Co., 
Luning Bldg., r. 2500 Green 

Ames Frank M., salesman Nathan-Dohr- 
mann Co., r. 2500 Green 

Ames FVed F., salesman Jos. Fredericks & 
Co., r. 312 Stockton 

Ames George, r. 2331 Fillmore 

Ames George H., measurer Jos, Fredericks ft 
Co., r, 704 Grove 

Ames Henry, collector, r. 412, 2d Av. 

Amea Henry H., Jr., collector Miller & Lux, 
r. 1033 Laguna 

Ames Howard C, clerk Am. Steel and Wire 
Co., r. 516a Central Av. 

Ames H. T., Mrs., widow, r. 1608 Vallejo 

AMES JAMES H. 

vice-president Ames & Harris, 100 Sacra- 
ramento, r. Oakland 

Ames J. H., student Van der Naillen's School 
of Engineering, r. Berkeley 

Ames John F., with Ames & Harris, r. Port- 
land, Or. 

Ames Joseph V. (Cal. Bit. Mfg. Co.) r. 1628 
Pacific Av. 

AMES JOSIAH P. 

president Ames & Harris, 100 Sacramento, 
r. Oakland 

Ames J. Walker, cashier George F. Grant, r. 
Mill Valley 

Ames Louis G., electrician, r. 138a, 4th 

Ames Melvina A., widow, r. 704 Grove 

Ames Nicholas C, with P. G, Somp's Soda 
Wks., r. 537 Guerrero 

Ames Oscar H., cutter, F. Tonner, r. Berke- 
ley 

AMES PELHAM W. 

secretary Spring Valley Water Works, 126 
Stockton, r. 1312 Taylor 

Ames Simon R., cigars, 903 Larkin 

Ames William, r. 1001 Washington 

AMES WORTHINQTON 

stock and bond broker, 324 Montgomery, r. 
1312 Taylor, tel. Main, 1381 

AMES & HARRIS 

J. P. Ames president, J. H. Ames vice- 
president, L. W. Harris secretary, manu- 
facturers bags, tents, awnings, and im- 
porters bags and bagging materials, and 
dealers rubber clothing and Tower's oiled 
clothing, 100-104 Sacramento and 101-103 
Drumm, tel. Main 349 

Amesbury Milton A., gripman Sutter St. Ry., 
r. 122 Austin Av. 

Amey Charles H., plumber, r. 1065 Market 

Amidon Cyrus S., salesman Raphael Weill ft 
Co., r. 1818 Page 

Amidon Frederick, machinist Union Iron 
Wks., r. Oakland 

Amiot Amelle, widow, dressmfeker, r. 275* 
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Her, bookkeeper, r. 2842 Mission 
ter, mining, r. 2842 Mission 
(Iney H., collector, r. 2842 Mission 
lolphe, r. 1319 Sacramento 
dolphe Jr., conductor Cal. St. RR., 

Sacramento 

N FREDERICK W. 

-y Pacific Coast Hat Works, 1458 
opp. Central Park, r. 1021 Castro 

ohn, baker Jacob Eppler, r. 2916 



'William, painter Cal. St. RR., r. 
cramento 

na Miss, musician, r. 921 Powell 
ward G., musician, r. 921 Powell 
in Clay B., carrier Postofflce, r. 978 
t 

Gottlieb, r. 312a Turk 
arles, bartender, r. 221, 5th 
intonlo, r. 403 Filbert 
rmin, student, r. 784 Harrison 
■Jeorge, salesman, r. 26^4 Langton 
■nes R., actor, r. The Berkshire 
Phillip, receiving teller, Hibemia 
s and Loan Soc., r. 929 Grove 
ise, widow, r. 929 Grove 
S-ichard M., with W. & J. Sloane & 

1795 Sutter 

iseph W., accountant Hale Bros., 
Tslu Ness Av. 

atrick J., motor man Market St. Ry., 
Sunnyside Av. 
lan, bootblack, r. 99 Roach 
[Mary, widow, r. 2026 Howard 

Benjamin, salesman Will & Flnck 

1939 Howard 

njamln J., metal roofer Comyns &. 

, r. 765 Market 

arles S. (Comyns & Amsler) r. 150 
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|>seph W., painter W. R. Eaton, r. 
nos 

J eorge W., motorman S. F. & S. M. 
\r. Co., r. 10 Day 

Antone, laborer, r. 912 Michigan 

Lars O., machinist Union Iron 
|r. 912 Michigan 

Lena S. Miss, clerk general freight 
.. P. Co., r. 4246, 26th 

Nels, deckhand tug Fearless, r. 
'n 

eorge, waiter N. Sutich, r. 298 Iowa 

STAVE L,. 
lice broker and commission mer- 
1 220 Sansome, r. 76 Ellis 
liarles O., conductor Market St. Ry., 

16th Av. 
iquale, laborer, r. 404 Green 

Nash, porter F. L. Greenberg, r. 
Htockton 
[Antonio, barber, r. 1409% Kearny 

Joseph, barber, 607 Sacramento, r. 
I ieamy 

ohn, restaurant, 50 East South, r. 
r. South 

nk, barber F. R. Olmedo, r. 801 

|ink Jr., barber J. Brunne, r. 801 Fil- 

^ustatero, restaurant, 210 Washing- 
227 Montgomery Av. 

'., waiter str. Walla Walla 

i JOSEPH 

•ry Guittard Manufacturing Co., 119- 
|)nt, r. 1007 Larkin 

llliam A., machinist Union Iron 
Jr. 13 Costa 
I'liam S., r. 13 Costa 
] ewery, Barruth & Schinkel proprs., 

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an, laborer, r. 1330, 7th Av. South 
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Rooms 600-603 PARROTT BUILDING 

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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' BUILDING 

102 O'Farrell 

Ancient Order of Foresters' Cemetery Assn., 
office 102 O'Farrell 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' HALL AS- 
SOCIATION, John Falconer secretary, 102 
O'Farrell 

ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN 

Frank S. Poland recorder, 66 Flood Bldg. 

Ancion Herbert, carpenter, r. 554 Stevenson 

Ancker Abraham, manager Marks Bros., r. 
724 Golden Gate Av. 

Ancker Louis, barber, 1511 Market, r. 677 Mc- 
Allister 

Ancker Solomon, plumber M. J. Blackman, r. 
23 Harriet 

Andel Frederick A., maltster, r. 328a Shotwell 

Anderfuren Charles, patternmaker, r. 26 Kiss- 
ling 

Anderfuren Kate, widow, r. 26 Kissling 

Anderfuren William, patternmaker S. F. Pat- 
tern Wks., r. 26 Kissling 

Anderhalden Joseph, waiter, r. 627 Commer- 
cial 

Anderle Anton, teamster, r. 31^^, 14th 

Anderle Joseph C, clerk J. Miesner, r. 300 
Francisco 

Andernach Adolph, Silverman Palace Hotel, r. 
910 Folsom 

Anders Albert A., machinist New Home Sew- 
ing Machine Co., r. 12 Laskie 

Anders F. Ernest, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., 
r. 766 Folsom 

Anders George T., teamster Owl Drug Co., r. 
12 Laskie 

Andersen Adolf, bartender Sven Person, r. 
636, 3d 

Andersen Alfred, laundryman, 
ard 

Andersen Andrew, 

Andersen Andrew, 

Andersen Andrew, 

241 Fell 
Amdersen Andrew C, poultry raiser, 

5th Av. South 
Andersen Anna Mrs., dairy produce, 420, 4th 
Andersen Antone, marine fireman, r. 1025 Fol- 
som 
Andersen Arnt, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

242 Lexington Av. 

Andersen August, cementfinisher, r. 5 Shipley 
Andersen August, seaman, r. 927 Brannan 
Andersen Barney A., tailor, r. 128 Borland 
Andersen Bernard, wireworker, r. 2210 Mason 
Andersen Bert, helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. 546 Howard 
Andersen Carl, druggist, 1722 Howard 
Andersen Carl A., r. 59i^ Converse 
Andersen Caroline, widow, r. 15 Merchant 
Andersen Charles, mason, r. 162^/^ Clara rear 
Andersen Charles J., master str. Transit, r. 

Oakland 
Andersen Christian, r. 242 Lexington Av. 
Andersen Christian, carpenter, r. 560 Howard 
Andersen Christian, waiter Tivoli Oafs' 
Andersen Cornelius M., teas and coffee, r. 

1706 Kearny 
Andersen Edward, cigars, 7 East Nofth. r. 

Berkeley 
Andersen Edward A., driver Tesla Coal Co., 

r. 927 Brannan 
Andersen Emil, porter Nordwell & Co. 
Andersen F., seaman str. Grant 
Andersen Frederick, carpenter, r. 254 Jessie 
Andersen Fredrick, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 



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AMERICAN MANUFACTURERS4ASS0CIATI0N 

W. Peard Thomas president, Frank Fris- 
bee secretary, machinery and metal prod- 
ucts, 20-22 Fremont 

AMERICAN OIL AND ASPHALT CO. 
John A. Fairchild president, 215-216 
Crocker Bldg. 

American Oil and Paint Co., David Low presi- 
dent, 19 Spear 

AMERICAN OIL AND REFINERY CO. 
William E. Holbrook president, Mark 
Walser general manager, 322-323 Parrott 
Bldg. 

American Press Association, M. D. Fairchild 
manager, 207 Sacramento 

American Process Engraving Co. (Harry R. 
Congdon) photo-engravers, 304 Battery 

American Quartz Mining Co.. 503 California 

American Real Estate Co., Mills Bldg. 

AMERICAN REFRIGERATOR TRANSIT CO. 
(St. Louis, Mo.) L. M. Fletcher general 
agent, 212 California 

American River Land and Lumber Co. (El 
Dorado Co.) 320 Sansome 

AMERICAN SALT CO. THE 

p. Marsicano president, P. H. Coward, 
manager, oflace 217 Sacramento, factory 
Hathaway's Wharf, teL Front 19 

American Samson, physican, 1244 Mission 
Ajnerican Sawdust Co., 716 Folsom 
American Soda Water Works. 924 Bryant 
American Standard Oil Co., Hearst Bldg. 

AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO. 

THE, Frank L. Brown Pacific Coast sales 
agent, 8-10 Pine, factory cor. Bay and 
Mason 
AMERICAN SURETY CO. 

(of New York) James R. Garniss resident 
manager, Charles A. Shurtleff resident 
secretary, 219 Sansome, tel. Main 5119 
American Tin Plate Co. (New York) Mills 
Bldg. 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

Joseph Eastwood proprietor, manufac- 
turers well-horlng tools, crank axles, 
goose-necks, steel and iron shafts, 
dredger forging a specialty, 109-111 
Mission, tel. Main 5578 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY 

Luther H. Cary, manager, publishers, 
booksellers and importers, 16 Grant Av. 

AMERICAN TRADING CO. THE 

importers, exporters and com. merchants, 
Milton H. Morse, agent, 112 California 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO, 
George L. Alexander manager, machinists 
and type founders and dealers presses and 
printers' materials, 405-407 Sansome 

American Union Fish Co., A. Giusti president, 
flshdealers, 508-512 Merchant 

AMERICAN VARNISH CO. THE 

(Chicago) Frank H. La Faille, Pacific 
Coast agent, manufacturers varnish and 
Japan, 741 Mission 

American Whip Co., (Westfleld, Mass.) 21. lat 

American Wool and Cotton Reporter (weekly) 
48 Fremont 

AMERICAN WRINGER CO. THE 

Louis Heilbroner general agent, 416 Ellis 

Amerman Jacob B., printer, 40 California, 
r. Oakland 




Ames Albert, r. 507 Frederick 
Ames Alfred, teamster, r. 541 Stij 
Ames Arthur L., groceries, 1530 P4 
Ames Benjamin F., teamster He.', 

Lime and Cement Co., r. 541 Sl| 
Ames Benjamin F. Jr., carrier pj 

541 Stevenson 
Ames Benjamin, clerk Dunham, CJ 

HaydenCo. 

Ames Charles B., clerk, r. 541 StevniJig 
Ames Charles L., paperhanger, __^ 

Ames Edwin E., salesman Hooker ■f' 

2224 Grove 
Ames Edwin M., accountant Amer^ 

and Wire Co., r. 2224 Grove 
Ames Elizabeth H. Miss, librarian F< 

Library and Reading Room, 

lejo 
AMES EVERETT 

attorney-at-law, 418 California, i 

tel. James 61, r. 1132 Adeline, Oa* 
Ames F. H. Co., Frank H. Ames 

mfrs.' agents, Luning Bldg. 
AMES FISHER 

atty-at-law, 600-617 EJxaminer : 

Red 1761, r. 1898 Broadway 
Ames Frank H., president F. H. . 

Luning Bldg., r. 2500 Green ^s"'^9'' 
Amjes Frank M., salesman Nat „^,, 

mann Co., r. 2500 Green .rros 

Ames Fred F., salesman Jos. Pre5,5ecv*T 

Co.. r. 312 Stockton 
Ames George, r. 2331 Fillmore 
Ames George H., measurer Jos. Fn Main 337. 

Co., r. 704 Grove ' '^ 

Ames Henry, collector, r. 412, 2d J 
Ames Henry H., Jr., collector Mill 

r. 1033 Laguna 
Ames Howard C. clerk Am. Steel) 

Co., r. 516a Central Av. 
Ames H. T., Mrs., widow, r. 1608 V.- 
AMES JAMES H. I 

vice-president Ames & Harris, 1 

ramento, r. Oakland ^ 

Ames J. H., student Van der Naille 

of Engineering, r. Berkeley 
Ames John F., with Ames & Harri 

land. Or. 
Ames Joseph V. (Cal. Bit. Mfg. C c_ 

Pacific Av. iM&^t. 

AMES JOSIAH P. iAJrf^^ 

president Ames & Harris, 100 S« 

r. Oakland y-^T4 

Ames J. Walker, cashier George Fjl ^IJ 

Mill Valley > ^ ^^ 

Ames Louis G., electrician, r. 138a, 
Ames Melvina A., widow, r. 704 Gp 
Ames Nicholas C, with P. G. Soi 

Wks., r. 537 Guerrero 
Ames Oscar H., cutter, F. Tonner, 

ley 
AMES PELHAM W. 

secretary Spring Valley Water ' 

Stockton, r. 1312 Taylor 
Amea Simon R., cigars, 903 Larkin 
Ames William, r. 1001 Washington 
AMES WORTHINGTON 

stock and bond broker, 324 Mont 

1312 Taylor, tel. Main, 1381 
AMES & HARRIS 

J. P. Ames president, J. H. Al 

president, L. W. Harris secretaj 

facturers bags, tents, awnings,] 

porters bags and bagging mate! 

dealers rubber clothing and Toa| 

clothing, 100-104 Sacramento 

Drumm, tel. Main 349 
Amesbury Milton A., grlpman Sutt(| 

r. 122 Austin Av. 
Amey Charles H., plumber, r. 10651 
Amidon Cyrus S., salesman Raphaij 

Co., r. 1818 Page 
Amidon Frederick, machinist Ur| 

Wks., r. Oakland 
Amiot Amelle, widow, dressmlftkei| 

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Amiot Louise Miss, saleslady Schumacher & 

Co., r. 801 Pine 
Amiraux Geller, bookkeeper, r. 2842 Mission 
Amlraux Peter, mining, r. 2842 Mission 
Amiraux Volney H., collector, r. 2842 Mission 
Ammann Adolphe, r. 1319 Sacramento 
Ammann Adolphe Jr., conductor Cal. St. RR., 

r. 1319 Sacramento 
AMMANN FREDERICK W. 

secretary Pacific Coast Hat Works, I'I58 

Market opp. Central Park, r. 1021 Castro 
Ammann John, baker Jacob Eppler, r. 2916 

Bush 
Ammann William, painter Cal. 

1319 Sacramento 
Amme Anna Miss, musician, r. 
Amme Edward G., musician, r. 
Ammerman Clay B., carrier Postoffice, r. 978 

Filbert 
Ammerup Gottlieb, r. 312a Turk 
Amner Charles, bartender, r. 221, 5th 
Amonini Antonio, r. 403 Filbert 
Amore Fermin, student, r. 784 Harrison 
Amorsen George, salesman, r. 26% Langton 
Amory James R., actor, r. The Berkshire 
Amos J. Phillip, receiving teller, Hlbernia 

Savings and Loan Soc., r. 929 Grove 
Amos Louise, widow, r. 929 Grove 
Amphlett Richard M., with W. & J. Sloane & 

Co., r. 1795 Sutter 
Amrath Joseph W., accountant Hale Bros., 

r. 932 Van Ness Av. 
Amrock Patrick J., motorman Market St. Ry., 

r. 120 Sunnyside Av. 
Amrosa Juan, bootblack, r. 99 Roach 
Amsbary Mary, widow, r. 2026 Howard 
Amsel M. Benjamin, salesman Will & Flnck 

Co., r. 1939 Howard 
Amsler Benjamin J., metal roofer Comyns & 

Amsler, r. 765 Market 
Amsler Charles S. (Comyns & Amsler) r. 150 

Montana 
Amsone Joseph W., painter W. R. Eaton, r. 

226 Lobos 
Amstein George W., motorman S. F. & S. M. 

Elec. Ry. Co., r. 10 Day 
Amundsen Antone, laborer, r. 912 Michigan 
Amundsen Lars O., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 912 Michigan 
Amundsen Lena S. Miss, clerk general freight 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 4246, 26th 
Amundsen Nels, deckhand tug Fearless, r. 

137 Main 
Amusich George, waiter N. Sutich, r. 298 Iowa 
AMY QUSTAVE L. 

insurance broker and commission mer- 
chant, 220 Sansome, r. 76 Ellis 
Amyott Charles O., conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 1255, 16th Av. 
Anano Pasquale, laborer, r. 404 Green 
Anarbossa Nash, porter F. L. Greenberg, r. 

13001^ Stockton 
Anastasio Antonio, barber, r. 1409% Kearny 
Anastasio Joseph, barber, 607 Sacramento, r. 

1409% Kearny 
Anatseto John, restaurant, 50 East South, r. 

48 East South 
Anaya Frank, barber F. R. Olmedo, r. 801 

Filbert 
Anaya Frank Jr., barber J. Brunne, r. 801 Fil- 
bert 
Anazitos Eustatero, restaurant, 210 Washing- 
ton, r. 227 Montgomery Av. 
Anboille F., waiter str. Walla Walla 
ANCELIi JOSEPH 

secretary Guittard Manufacturing Co., 119- 

121 Front, r. 1007 Larkin 
Ancell William A., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 13 Costa 
Ancell William S., r. 13 Costa 
Anchor Brewery, Barruth & Schlnkel proprs., 
i 1431 Pacific 

Anchou Jean, laborer, r. 1330, 7th Av. South 
AKCIBNT ORDER OF FORESTERS 

John Falconer permanent secretary, 102 

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JOHN A. McCALL, President. 

THE OlOEST AND UBEEST INTEhlMTIONAL LIFE INSUSAKCE CO. IN THE 
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ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' BUILDING 

102 O'Farrell 

Ancient Order of Foresters' Cemetery Assn., 
office 102 O'Farrell 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' HALL AS- 
SOCIATION, John Falconer secretary, 102 
O'Farrell 

ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN 

Frank S. Poland recorder, 66 Flood Bldg. 

Ancion Herbert, carpenter, r. 554 Stevenson 

Ancker Abraham, manager Marks Bros., r. 
724 Golden Gate Av. 

Ancker Louis, barber, 1511 Market, r. 677 Mc- 
Allister 

Ancker Solomon, plumber M. J. Blackman, r. 
23 Harriet 

Andel Frederick A., maltster, r. 328a Shotwell 

Anderfuren Charles, patternmaker, r. 26 Kiss- 
ling 

Anderfuren Kate, widow, r. 26 Kissling 

Anderfuren William, patternmaker S. F. Pat- 
tern Wks., r. 26 Kissling 

Anderhalden Joseph, waiter, r. 627 Commer- 
cial 

Anderle Anton, teamster, r. 31%, 14th 

Anderle Joseph C, clerk J. Miesner, r. 300 
Francisco 

Andernach Adolph, Silverman Palace Hotel, r. 
910 Folsom 

Anders Albert A., machinist New Home Sew- 
ing Machine Co., r. 12 Laskie 

Ajiders F. Ernest, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., 
r. 766 Folsom 

Anders George T., teamster Owl Drug Co., r. 
12 Laskie 

Andersen Adolf, bartender Sven Person, r. 
636, 3d 

Andersen Alfred, laundryman, r. 1811 How- 
ard 

Andersen Andrew, r. 2711 Harrison 

Andersen Andrew, carpenter, r. 169 Shipley 

Andersen Andrew, 1st officer str. Bertha, r. 

241 Fell 

Andersen Andrew C, poultry raiser, r. 1048 
5th Av. South 

Andersen Anna Mrs., dairy produce, 420, 4th 

Andersen Antone, marine fireman, r. 1025 Fol- 
som 

Andersen Arnt, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

242 Lexington Av. 

Andersen August, cementfinisher, r. 5 Shipley 
Andersen August, seaman, r. 927 Brannan 
Andersen Barney A., tailor, r. 128 Borland 
Andersen Bernard, wireworker, r. 2210 Mason 
Andersen Bert, helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. 546 Howard 
Andersen Carl, druggist, 1722 Howard 
Andersen Carl A., r. 59% Converse 
Andersen Caroline, widow, r. 15 Merchant 
Andersen Charles, mason, r. 162% Clara rear 
Andersen Charles J., master str. Transit, r. 

Oakland 
Andersen Christian, r. 242 Lexington Av. 
Andersen Christian, carpenter, r. 560 Howard 
Andersen Christian, waiter Tivoli Cafe'' 
Andersen Cornelius M., teas and coffee, r. 

1706 Kearny 
Andersen Edward, cigars, 7 East Nofth, r. 

Berkeley 
Andersen Edward A., driver TesIa Coal Co., 

r. 927 Brannan 
Andersen Emll, porter Nordwell & Co. 
Andersen F., seaman str. Grant 
Andersen Frederick, carpenter, r. 254 Jessie 
Andersen Fredrick, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 



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Andersen Gustave, porter, r. 652 Minna 
Andersen Gustave, stevedore O. R. & N. Co. 
Andersen Hans C, cabinetmaker West Coast 

Furniture Co., r. 2617, 21st 
Andersen Hans C, carpenter, r. 1219 KearBy 
Andersen Harold (Andersen & Danielsen) 'r. 

2969 Sacramento 
Andersen Harold M., lithographer, r. 1706 

Kearny ^ ^ , 

Andersen Henry, laborer Western Sugar Kef., 

r. 111714 York 
Andersen Henry, printer, r. 647a Stevenson 
Andersen Henry P., cellarman Cal. Wine 

Assn., r. 540y2 Bryant 
Andersen Henry P., tailor James Jacka, r. 

334, 3d rear 
Andersen J., stevedore O. R. & N. Co. 
Andersen J. & Son (Julius and Julius F.) 

ships locksmiths, 405 Drumm 
Andersen James, shoemaker, 1633 Devisadero, 

r. 410 Octavia 
Andersen John, laborer, r. 3076, 26th 
Andersen John, lumberman, r. 420, 4th 
Andersen John, seaman, r. 9 Clay 
Andersen John, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen John, seaman str. Xoyo, r. 6 How- 
ard 
ANDERSEN JOHN H. 

native wines and brandies, 427 California, 

r. 629 Florida 
Andersen Julia, widow, r. 125 Locust Av. 
Andersen Julius (J. Andersen and Son) r. 1209 

Florida 
Andersen Julius F. (J. Andersen & Son) r. 1209 

Florida 
Andersen Loritz, machinist Elec. Englneermg 

Co., r. 545 Folsom 
Andersen Louisa, widow, r. 850 Bay 
Andersen Ludwig, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen Magnus, mastermariner, r. Oakland 
Andersen Marie Miss, stenographer J. M. Pet- 

tigrew, r. 850 Bay 
Andersen Marthine Mrs., liquors, 17i,4 Steuart, 

r. 316 Fremont 
Andersen M. J., rancher, r. 560 Howard 
Andersen Nels, bricklayer, r. 2664a, 22d 
Andersen Omar, clerk S. Brownstone, r. 418 

Natoma 
Andersen Otto, tailor, r. 647 Stevenson 
Andersen Peter, cook Theodore Iversen, r. 438 

Andersen Peter, cooper, r. 1048, 5th Av. South 
Andersen Peter, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Andersen Peter G., liquors, 23 East North, r. 

Berkeley 
Andersen Rasmus, hodcarrier, r. 105 Califor- 
nia South 
Andersen Sophia, domestic, r. 2631/2 Harriet 
Andersen & Danielsen (Harold Andersen and 
Peter Danielsen) paperhangers and whit- 
eners, 635 California 
C^ Andersen. See Anderson, Andresen and 

Endersen. 
Anderskow John, mastermariner, r. 66 Oregon 
Anderson A., r. 417 Kearny 

master schr. Mary F. Cruz, 56 



Anderson A 
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painter, r. 715 Howard 
sawyer Weston Basket & Mfg. 
Co., r. 670 Bryant 
Anderson Abraham, cabinetmaker, r. 2153, 

15th 
Anderson Ada (Gardener & Anderson) r. 209 
Post 



Anderson Adolf, millhand Pacific Furniture 

Co., r. 19 Utah 
Anderson Adolph, grlpman Cal. St. RR., r. 

1216 Broadway 
Anderson Adolph, laborer, r. 474 Linden Av. 
Anderson Adolph, liquors, 812 Kearny i 

Anderson Adolph, tailor L. A. Peterson, r. 647 ] 

Stevenson 
Anderson Adolph, waiter, r. 217, 3d 
Anderson Adolph L. (Anderson & Danielson) 
r. 103 Montgomery Av. 

Anderson A. E., teamster John Tuttle, r. 516 
Haight 

Anderson A. F., marine engineer, 36 East 
South, r. Oakland 

Anderson A. F., seaman str. Columbia 

Anderson A. Henrv, machinist Fulton Eng. 
& Ship Bldg. Wks., r. 708 Douglass 

Anderson A. L., laborer, r.408 Mississippi 

Anderson Albert (Anderson, Brower & Leish- 
man) r. 4255, 23d 

Anderson Albert, carriage painting, 1524 San 
Bruno Av. 

Anderson Albert, clerk, r. 115 Taylor 

Anderson Albert, deckhand str. Garden City, 
r. Oakland 

Anderson Albert, molder Mechanics' Foundry, 
r. 4255, 23d 

Anderson Albert, oiler str. Humboldt 

Anderson Albert B., clerk Sherman, Clay & 
Co., r. 506 Sanchez 

Anderson Albert G., foreman Schussler Bros., 
r. Alameda 

.Anderson Albert O., printer Bosqui Engrav- . 
ing and Printing Co., r. 1706 Kearny 1 

Anderson Albert V., clerk, r. 2112 Howard - I 

Anderson Alexander, carpenter, r. 24, 5th 

Anderson Alexander, carpenter, r. 225 Dfumm 

Anderson Alexander, longshoreman, r. 448^, 
6th 

Anderson Alfred, beerbottler J. A. Anderson, 
r. »46 Prospect Av. 

Anderson Alfred, carpenter, 124 Brewster 

Anderson Alfred, cooper, r. 800, 3d 

Anderson Alfred, salesman Levi Strauss & 
Co., r. 311 Golden Gate Av. 

Anderson Alfred, seaman str. Del Norte, r. 6 
Howard 

Anderson Alfred, stevedore, r. 19 Cotter 

Anderson Alfred, tanner, r. 31 Costa 

Anderson Alfred E., asst. secretary California 
Trans. Co., r. 2938 Howard 

Anderson Alfred P., teamster U. S. A., r. Ri09 
Lombard 

Anderson Alice, domestic, 460 Guerrero 

Anderson Allen, carpenter, r. 1516% Howard 

Anderson Alvin T., r. 119 Capp 

Anderson Amanda, domestic, 1917 Pacific Av. ; 

Anderson Andrea, waiter, r. 1029% Natoma | 

Anderson Andrew, r. 612a, 4th 

Anderson Andrew, baker Swain's Bakery, r. 
415 Mason 

Anderson Andrew, barber, r. 632 Mission 

Anderson Andrew, bartender E. Joullln, r. 
526 Jessie 

Anderson Andrew, carrepairer Cal. North- 
western Ry. Co. I 

Anderson Andrew, deckhand str. Berkely, r. ' 
Oakland 

Anderson Andrew, electrician, r. 540 Connecti- 
cut 

Anderson Andrew, groceries, 1501 Leaven- 
worth 

Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 522 Anderson 

Anderson Andrew, laborer Whitelaw Wreck- 
ing Co., r. 668 Clementina 

Anderson Andrew, longshoreman, r. 61 Te- 
hama 

Anderson Andrew, longshoreman, r. 548 How- 
ard 

Anderson Andrew, machinist, r. 22% Perry 

Anderson Andrew, paperhanger Bacigalupi, •■ 
Giampolini & Taddeucci, r. 1200 Kearny 

Anderson Andrew, printer C. A. Murdock ft > 
Co. 

Anderson Andrew, rigger William H. Smith, 
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lAnderson Andrew, seaman str. Albion 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 343 San Carlos Av. 
lAnderson Andrew, tailor, r. 1325 Kearny 
iAnderson Andrew, tailor, Wl California, r. 
j Oakland 
Anderson Andrew, teamster Famsworth & 

Ruggles, r. 1443 Harrison 
Anderson Andrew, vice-president Lewis, An- 
derson & Co., r. 119 Capp 
lAnderson Andrew B., fireman tug Sea King, 

r. 1724 Eddy 
Anderson Andrew G., laborer, r. 504, 20th 
iAnderson Andrew G., mastermariner Ferry 

Bldg. 
Anderson Andrew G., sawyer, r. 670 Bryant 
iAnderson Andrew J., marine engineer, r. 1354 
J Dolores 

IAnderson Andrew P., fitter Pac. Roll. Mill., r. 
1 432% Tehama 

'Anderson Andrew P., machinist G. S. & M n- 
; ers' Iron Wks., r. 506 Sanchez 
'Anderson Andrew P., seaman, r. 6131^ Green- 
wich 
Anderson Andrew P., teamster N. Ohlandt & 

Co., r. cor. 25th and Indiana 
Anderson Andrew P., waiter, r. 931 V^ Green- 
' wich 
(Anderson Andrew V., mastermariner, r. 6 

Howard 
Anderson Anna, widow, r. 86 Tiffany Av. 
Anderson Annie, widow, r. 508 Post 
Anderson Annie Miss, saleslady, r. 263i^ Har- 
riet 
lAnderson Annie Mrs., teacher John Swett 

Grammar School, r. 559 Fell 
Anderson Annie F. Mrs., r. 283J^ Clinton Park 
Anderson Anton, conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. Ill Maple ^ 

Anderson Antone, r. 913 Montomery 
Anderson Anton, cook str. Point Arena 
Anderson Antone, longshoreman, r. 2120 

Greenwich 
Anderson Antone, paperhanger, r. 1200 Kearny 
Anderson Antone, seaman, r. 156 Clara rear 
ANDERSON ANTONE C. 

secretary Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co., 

17-19 Fremont, r. 407 Sutter 
Anderson A. P. Mrs., r. 937 Mission 
Anderson Archibald A. (Anderson Bros. & 

Wade) r. 41, 11th 
Anderson Arthur A., driver U. S. Laundry r. 

412 Dolores 
Anderson Arthur A., porter S. F. Warehouse 

Co., r. 412, 10th 
Anderson Arthur E., carpenter, r. 2153, 15th 
Anderson Arthur W., bookkeeper N. Clark & 

Sons, r. Oakland 
Anderson August, carpenter, r. 204 Ellsworth 
Anderson August, 1st oflBcer str. Bay City, r. 

Alameda 
Anderson August, laborer, r. 730 Howard 
Anderson August, seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
Anderson August, seaman U. S. str. Golden 

Gate, r. Oakland 
Anderson August, ship carpenter, r. 22 East 

South 
Anderson August, tailor, 254 Jessie 
Anderson August C, waiter L. Henry, r. 666i/i 

Howard 
Anderson August W., groceries, 716 Brannan 
Anderson A. W., marine engineer, 36 East 

South, r. East Oakland 
Anderson Axel, teamster, r. 2734, 24th 
Anderson Axel J., shoemaker, 1273 Pacific 
Anderson Axel W., groceries, 321 Clementina 
Anderson Belle Mrs., r. 25141/2 Sutter 
Anderson Benjamin, waiter str. Modoc 
Anderson Bernard, oiler str. Panama 
Anderson Bernhard A., wireworker Am. Steel 

& Wire Co., r. 2210 Mason 
Anderson Bert, machinist, r. 546 Howard 
Anderson B. J., apprentice Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Wks., r. 412, 10th 
Anderson Brothers (John and George A.) wood 

and coal, 361 Brannan 



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(George M. and Archibald A. Anderson 
and Frank N. Wade) printers, 313 Bush, 
tel. Clay 945 
Anderson, Brower & Leishman (Albert An- 
derson, Lewis T. Brower and William 
Leishmann) proprs. Mechanics' Foundry, 
213, 1st rear 
Anderson. Carl, conductor Presidio and Fer- 
ries RR., r. 2001 Leavenworth 
Anderson Carl, mechanic, r. 41% Minna 
Anderson Carl Rev. pastor Svenske Missions- 

Tabernaklet, r. 71 Pierce 
Anderson Carl, seaman, r. 565 Mission 
Anderson Carl, tanner, r. 21 Costa 
Anderson Carl A., carpenter, r. 9231/2 Howard 
Anderson Carl C, mfr. musical instruments, 

55, 3d, r. Berkeley 
Anderson Carl J., seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
Anderson Carl T., janitor, r. 2852, 2d 
Anderson Carriage Co., W. J. Andrews general 

agent Pacific Coast, 37 Crocker Bldg. 
Anderson Charles, r. 134, 4th 
Anderson Charles, r. 422%, 3d 
Anderson Charles, r. 1806 Taylor 
Anderson Charles, bartender C. F. Olson, r. 

143 East North 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, r. 241 Steuart 
Anderson Charles, cook C. Peterson, r. Contra 

Costa House 
Anderson Charles, deckhand str. Sunol 
Anderson Charles, fisherman, r. 31 Natoma 
Anderson Charles, gripman Presidio and Fer- 
ries RR., r. 1132 Union 
Anderson Charles, helper G. S. & Miners' 

Iron Wks., r. 6661/2 Howard 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 860 Howard 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 1351 Stevenson 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 1470 Church 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 1530 Kentucky 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 4142, 26th 
Anderson Charles, laborer S. P. Co. 
Anderson Charles, liquors, 7 Howard 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, r. 3 Morrell 

PI. 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman, 
rear 

lumberman, 
porter, r. 257 Natoma 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 43 Tehama 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
seaman, r. 245 Steuart 
seaman, r. 255 Harriet 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 267i/4 Clemen- 
tina 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. Montcalm nr. 

Isabel 
Anderson Charles, seaman str. Mariposa 
Anderson Charles, seaman str. Orizaba 
Anderson Charles, seaman str. Walla Walla 
Anderson Charles, seaman str. Whitesboro 
Anderson Charles, shoemaker, 511 Bryant 
Anderson Charles, tailor O'Connor Kell*her & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Anderson Charles A., bartender J. H. Ander- 
sen, r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson Charles A., carbon artist Elite 

Photo. Studio, r. 408 Ellis 
Anderson Charles A., carpenter, r. 927%, 14th 
Anderson Charles A., laborer engineer dept. 

U. S. A. 
Anderson Charles A., mastermariner, r. 1312 

Kansas 
Anderson Charles A., stevedore, r. 10 Shipley 



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Anderson Charles A., undertaker California 

Undertaking Co., r. IQi^ Lewis PI. 
Anderson Charles A. S., motorman Market St. 

Ry., r. 921 Minnesota 
Anderson Charles C, clerk Stulz Bros., r. 2105 

Steiner 
Anderson Charles E., r. 1806 Taylor 
Anderson Charles E., bookkeeper J. A. Folger 

& Co., r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson Charles E., plumber, 1616 Polk, r. 

235 Chattanooga 
ANDERSON CHARLES E. 

secretary, 31 Mills Bldg., 10th floor, r. 883 

Pulton 
Anderson Charles E., tallow wks., 21st Av. 

South nr H, r. 1228, 19th Av. South 
Anderson Charles F., janitor Parrott Bldg., r. 

257 Natoma 
Anderson Charles G., bricklayer, r. 516 Precita 

Av. 
Anderson Charles G., clerk G. Gall, r. 252 

Minna 
Anderson Charles G., tailor, r. 509 Stockton 
Anderson Charles H., laundryman, r. 8 Ford 
painter, 2112 Fillmore, 



liquors, 231 East North, 



Anderson Charles H., 

r. 22 Middle 
Anderson Charles J. 
r. 12 Washington 
Anderson Charles R., laundryman, r. 24 Syca- 
more Av. 
Anderson Charles S., cook, r. 1024 Jackson 
Anderson Charles W., signwriter Cal. Poster 

Co., r. 26 Fell 
Anderson Chris., molder Mechanics' Foundry, 

r. 202, 8th 
Anderson Christian, carriagemaker, 415, 6th 
Anderson Christian, contractor, r. 2310 How- 
ard 
Anderson Christian, laundryman St. Nicholas 

Laundry, r. 52 Sycamore Av. 
Anderson Christian, machinist Risdon I. & L. 

Wks., r. 562 Mission 
Anderson Christian, waiter, r. 357 Elsie 
Anderson Christian J. L., dyer, r. 344 McAllis- 
ter 
Anderson Christian P., gripman Cal. St. RR., 

r. 1322 Vallejo 
Anderson Christine, domestic, 1101 California 
Anderson Christopher, machinist, r. S An- 
thony 
Anderson Christopher, manager Montgomery's 

Hotel, r. 57 Clementina 
Anderson Christopher Jr., r. 57 Clementina 
Anderson C. J., r. 628 Montgomery 
Anderson Clarence T., student, r. 114% Turk 
Anderson Cornelius, carpenter, r. 16 Elliot 

Park 
Anderson Cornelius, master schr. Twilight, 

30-32 California, r. Oakland 
Anderson David, steward, r. 1316 Stockton 
Anderson David E., bakery, 313, 6th 
Anderson Dora Miss, r. 1006 Hampshire 
Anderson E., fireman str. Alameda 
Anderson B. A., machinist F. A. Robbins 

Press Wks., r. 44, 3d 
Anderson Edward, carriage painter, r. 1011 

Mission 

Anderson Edward, 

Wks., r. 37, 2d 

Anderson Edward, 

Anderson Edward, 

Wks., r. 534, 4th 
Anderson Edward, waiter str. Apache 
Anderson Edward Mrs., widow, liquors, 17% 
Steuart 



machinist Union Iron 



seaman str. 
toolmaker 



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Union Iron 



Anderson Edward A., clerk str. Constance, r. 

2931 Sacramento 
Anderson Edward B., compositor, r. 4 Ton- 

ningsen PI. 
Anderson Edward E., shoemaker, 793 San Jose 

Av., r. 6 Tiffany PI. 
Anderson Edward J., r. 1230a Bush 
Anderson Edwin, carpenter, r. 318 Prospect 

Av. 
Anderson Edwin, clerk general freight dept, 

S. P. Co., r. 507% Hyde 
Anderson Elizabeth G., widow, r. 11 Lilac At. 
Anderson Ellen, widow, r. 503 Mason 
Anderson Ellsworth E., clerk Sunset Cream 

and Butter Co., r. 19 Rausch 
Anderson Emanuel, carpenter, r. 69 Pond 
Anderson Emil, pipefitter Western Sugar Ref., 

513 Connecticut 
Anderson Emil, seaman, r. 5 '^'Ushington 
Anderson Emil, seaman, r. 27 Gilbert 
Anderson Emil, seaman, r. 245 Steuart 
Anderson Emil C, accountant Blake, Moffltt 

& Towne, r. Alameda 
Anderson Emil T., bartender Hood & Arm- 
strong, r. 863 Market 
Anderson Emily, domestic, 1519 Van Ness Av. 
Anderson Emma, widow, r. 270% Tehama. 
Anderson Emma, widow, r. 309 Guerrero 
Anderson Emma, domestic, 2114 Pine 
Anderson Emma Miss, dressmaker, r. 71: 

Pierce 
Anderson Emma Mrs., r. 1436 Pine 
Anderson Erick, r. 49 Sussix 
Anderson Esther, domestic, 1941 Clay 
Anderson Ethel Mrs., r. 825 California 
Anderson F., 3d oflBcer stmr. Senator 
Anderson F. E. James, architectural artist, '■' 

Phelan Bldg., r. 1024 Geary 
Anderson Frane, seaman, r. 103 Sacramento 
Anderson Frank, r. 913 Montgomery 
Anderson Frank, chief steward str. Uma^ 

tilla, r. 4079, 25th , 

Anderson Frank, seaman, r. 19 Stewart 
Anderson Frank, teamster, r. 519, 3d I 

Anderson Frank C, laborer Pioneer Soap Co., ' 

r. 2424% Harrison 
Anderson Frank J., r. 1027 Alabama 
Anderson Frank L., hamessmaker J. C. Jolm. < 

son & Co., r. 413 Golden Gate Av. 
Anderson Frank O., seaman, r. 5 Washing^a 
Anderson Frank X., waiter, r. 337 Jessie 
Anderson Frederick, asst engineer stmr. Gar- 
den City, r. Oakland 
Anderson Frederick, bricklayer, r. 34 Railway 

Av. 
Anderson Frederick, contractor, r. 266 Clin- 
ton Park 
Anderson Frederick, cooper George Windeler, 

r. 800, 3d 
Anderson Frederick, foreman J. E. Whitney, 
Anderson Frederick, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 916 Michigan 
Anderson Frederick, longshoreman, r. 3 Al- 
ger PI. 
Anderson Frederick, longshoreman, r. 112 Na- 
toma 
Anderson Frederick, machinist Fulton Enff. 

& Ship Bldg. Wks., r. Oakland 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 316 Fremont 
Anderson Frederick, seaman stmr. Bristol 
Anderson Frederick, seaman stmx. Point 

Arena 
Anderson Frederick, steamboatman, r. 12 

Washington 
Anderson Frederick, teamster, r. 1429 Mlssloa 
Anderson Frederick, teamster W. W. Chase 

Co., r. 2223 Mission 
Anderson Frederick A., 

tanooga 
Anderson Frederick A., 

ton 
Anderson Frederick A., 
Anderson Frederick C, 
Anderson Frederick L., 

Golden Gate Av. 
Anderson Frederlka Mrs., laundress S. F. 
Ladies Protection and Relief Society 



laborer, r. 205 Chat- 
mechanic, r. 718 F*ul- 

rigger, r. 18 Dale PI. 
mining, r. 819% Lyon 
harnessmaker, r. 413 



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l^derson Fritz, painter, r. 86 Tiffany Ay. 

I^nderaon Fritz M., millhand James Young, r. 

; 2156, IBth. 

Inderson George, r. 1330 Howard 

i^derson George, laborer, r. 922 Michigan 

Anderson George, marine engineer, 36 Bast 
South, r. Alameda 

•Uiderson George, mastermariner, r. 66 Jack- 
son 

Ajoedrson George, porter, r. 715 Howard 

.Uiderson George, seaman, r. 86 Tiffany Av. 

Anderson George, seaman, r. 239 Steuart 

Inderson George, teamster George Larsen, r. 

j 9 De Boom 

Uiderson George A., (Anderson Bros.) r. 361 

i Brannan 

lUiderson George A., clerk Olson Company, r. 

j 1507 Larkin 

iVnderBon George A., clerk, r. 3430a, 16th 

i^nderson George C. B., clerk Balfour, Guthrie 

] & Co., r. 654 Church 

Anderson George F., laborer Union Iron Wks., 

! r. 720 Tennessee 

,\.nderson George G., pipefitter, r. 504, 20th 

inderson George H., r. 138a, 4th 

Anderson George J., carpenter, r. 226 Lily Av. 

\nderson George M., (Anderson Bros. & 
Wade) r. 41, Uth 

Anderson George M., master ship Charles E. 
Moody, r. 265 Jersey 

\nderson George O., clerk, r. 1507 Larkin 

Anderson George W., plumber Taylor, Adams 
& Pritchard, r. 708 Douglass 

Anderson G. G., r. 4291^ Mississippi 

Anderson Gottfried A., engineer C. G. Ben- 
nett & Co., r. 2734, 24th 

Anderson Gus, seaman, r. 1612 Powell 

Anderson Gust R., propr. Columbia House, 
72 Jackson 

Anderson Gustaf H., seaman, r. 117% Fair 
Oaks 

Anderson Gustav, bartender Mrs. M. E. Miller 

Anderson Gustav, hostler J. "W. Morshead & 
Son 

Anderson Gustav, laborer Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 
504, 20th 

Anderson Gustav, propr. Central House, 52, 
2d 

Anderson Gustav, seaman, r. 54 Jackson 

Anderson Gustav, seaman stmr. FMlton, r. 6 
Howard 

Anderson Gustav A., seaman, r. 23 Stanford 

ABderson Gustav B. J., physician, 14a Geary, 
r. 606 O'Farrell 

Anderson Gustave, asst. engineer stmr. Uma- 
tilla 

Anderson Gustave, deckhand stmr. Bay City, 
r. Alameda 

Anderson Gustave, 
672 Walnut Av. 

Anderson Gustave, marine fireman, r. 32 Steu- 
art 

Anderson Gustave, laborer Union Iron Wks., 
r. 143 Welsh 

Anderson Gustave, liquors, 422, 3d, r. 422%, 3d 

Anderson Gustave, lumberman, r. 616%, 2d 

Anderson Gustave, miner, r. 435 Bryant 

Anderson Gustave, oysterman, r. 514%, 3d 

Anderson Gustave, seaman, r. 322, 3d 

Anderson Gustave, seaman, r. 2739, 4th 

Anderson Gustave, 2d officer str. Bay City, r. 
Alameda 

Anderson Gustave, wheelman str. Sheridan 

Anderson Gustave R., waiter W. Weber, r. 
225% Birch Av. 

Anderson Gustave W., tanner Poetsch & Pet- 
erson, r. 3009 Harrison 

'Anderson Guy, draughtsman, r. 429% Missis- 
sippi 

Anderson G. W., quartermaster str. Coptic 

Anderson H., coalpasser str. Maripoea 

Anderson H., costumer, 26 O'Farrell, r. 407 

' Sutter 

Anderson Halvar, surfman South Side Life 
Saving Station 

Anderson Hans, deckhand str. Thoroughfare, 
r. Oakland 



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Anderson Hans, furrier Robert Wallace, r. 

1238 Union 
Anderson Hans, tailor, 935 Market, r. 820 Eliz- 
abeth 
Anderson Hans, seaman str. Mackinaw 
Anderson Hans H., clerk Bonanza House 
Anderson Harold N., clerk, r. 2015a Sacra- 
mento 
Anderson Harry, conductor, r. 3284 Mission 
Anderson Harry, longshoreman, r. 238 Perry 
Anderson Harry, mariner, r. 32 Steuart 
Anderson Harry, seaman str. Brunswick 
Anderson Harry, shipsmith Chrestoffersen & 

Tway, r. 1805 Folsom 
Anderson Harry A., clerk Lewis, Anderson & 

Co., r. 119 Capp 
Anderson Harry E., liquor dealer, r. 2833 

Mission 
Anderson Harvey D., motorman Market St. 

Ry., r. 344, 13th 
Anderson H. C, quartermaster str. Acapulco 
Anderson Helen M. Miss, teacher music, r. 31 

Guerrero 
Anderson Henry, bellboy Plymouth Hotel 
Anderson Henry, carpenter, r. 717 Howard 
Anderson Henry, contractor, r. 2121 Howard 
ANDERSON HENRY 

marine ways, and shipwright, calker and 
sparmaker, cor. 9th Av. South and G 
Anderson Henry, musician, r. 824 Mission 
Anderson Henry, porter, r. 705 Mission 
Anderson Henry A., machinist, r. 708 Douglass 
Anderson Henry F., r. 2514% Sutter 
Anderson Henry G., bookkeeper W. & J. 

Sloane & Co., r. 4057, 17th 
Anderson Henry J., chief engineer str. Bay 

City, r. Oakland 
Anderson Henry P., carpenter, r. 1846 Folsom 
Anderson Herman, driver Jensen & von Brem- 
en, r. 822 Battery 
Anderson Herman, laborer, r. 832^4 Harrison 
Anderson Herman, rigger Union Iron Wks., r. 

3545, 20th 
Anderson Hezekiah S., veterinary dentist, 22 

Golden Gate Av., r. 114% Turk 
Anderson H. F., student, r. 1714 Market 
Anderson Hilda, domestic, 1829 Clay 
Anderson Hilda Miss, stenographer, r. 2506 

Sanchez 
Anderson Hjalmer, r. 534, 2d 
Anderson Hjalmar, painter, r. 86 Tiffany Av. 
Anderson Hugh, r. 8 Day 
Anderson Isaac, architect, r. Hotel St. Nicho- 
las 
Anderson Ivan, ironworker Brode & Clark 

Iron Wks., r. 1216 Broadway 
Anderson J., r. 560 Howard 
Anderson J., blacksmith P. C. SS. Co. 
Anderson J., conductor Cal. St. RR., r. 815 

Geary 
Anderson J 
Anderson J 
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deckhand str. Aurora 
quartermaster str. Senator 
A., seaman, r. 239 Steuart 

Anderson Jacob, r. 150, 4th 

Anderson Jacob, r. 831 Hampshire -^ 

Anderson Jacob, seaman, r. 241 Steuart 

Anderson Jacob H. V., salesman S. H. Har- 
mon Lumber Co., r. 313 Castro 

Anderson James (Anderson & Peirce) r. 712 
Sutter 

Anderson James, asst. keeper East Brother 
Island Light House Station 

Anderson James, bartender J. M. Evans, r. 
1020 Market 

Anderson James, contractor, r. 533 Sutter 



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Anderson James, driver Dupont Powder Co., 

r. 412, 10th 
Anderson James, helper Union Wks., r. 211 

Tehama 
Anderson James, janitor Murphy Bldg. 
Anderson James, oiler, str. Sheridan 
Anderson James, patrolman Morse's Patrol, r. 

537a, 7th 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Anderson James, ship carpenter Union Iron 

W^s., r. 4122, 20th 
Anderson James A., bagmaker C. A. Malm & 

Co., r. eioVa York 
Anderson James A., gardener, r. 537 Sacra- 
mento 
Anderson James C, millhand Cal. Barrel Co., 

r. 13241,^ Utah 
ANDERSON JAMES H. 

chief clerk Louis L. Bromwell and secre- 
tary California Insurance Co., 410 Cali- 
fornia, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson James H., sergeant police, r. 33 

Vicksburg 
Anderson James J., barber, r. 107 Turk 
Anderson James S., ship carpenter, r. 344, 13th 
Anderson Jane, widow, r. 615^4 York 
Anderson Jane, widow, r. 1311 Mason 
Ajiderson J. B. Mrs., lodgings, 12 Steuart 
Anderson Jeanette G. Miss, teacher Broadway 

Grammar School, r. 31 Guerrero 
Anderson Jennie Miss, tailoress, r. 30 McAllis- 
ter 
Anderson Jens, shoemaker, 1529 Steiner, r. 

1621 Buchanan 
ANDERSON JEROME A. 

physician and surgeon and president Pa- 
cific Coast Theosophical Committee, 9 
Donohoe Bldg., 1170 Market, r. 37S3, 20th 
Anderson J. J., marine engineer, 36 East 

South, r. Oakland 
Anderson J. L. C, dyer John F. Snow & Co. 
Anderson J. O., presser. r. 159 Clara 
Anderson John. r. 27, 11th 
Anderson John, r. 141 Silver 
Anderson John, r. 217, 3d 

Anderson John (Anderson Bros.) r. 361 Bran- 
nan 
Anderson John, asst. engineer str. Thorough- 
fare, r. Oakland 
Anderson John, bartender, r. 626 California 
Anderson John, bartender Morris S. Enos, r. 

2545 Mission 
Anderson John, chipper Union Iron Wks., r. 

165 Silver 
Anderson John, clerk O. B. Smith & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Anderson John, employee Cal. Glue Wks., r. 

3076, 26th 
Anderson John, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

339 Mississippi 
Anderson John, helper W. T. Garratt & Co., r. 

1027 Alabama 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 33 Norfolk 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 634 Sacramento 
Anderson John, liquors, 105 Powell 
Anderson John, liquors, 717% Howard 
Anderson John, marine fireman, r. 32 Steuart 
Anderson John, motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

17 California Av. 
Anderson John, pipefitter, r. 337 Mississippi 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 32 Clay 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 204 East South 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
Anderson John, seaman str. Columbia 
Anderson John, shoemaker, r. 410 Octavia 



Anderson John, steward Sailors' Home 
Anderson John, storekeeper Bennett & Wlt- 

mer, r. 109, 5th 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 449 Natoma 
Anderson John, tanner Poetsch & Peterson r 

2819 Polsom 
Anderson John, transferrer Bosqui Engraving 

and Printing Co. 
Anderson John, watchman st. Onward 
Anderson John A., beerbottler, 404 Cortland 

Av. 
Anderson John A., deckhand, str. Transit, r. 

Oakland 
Anderson John A., oiler Mills Bldg., r. 10 Oak 

Grove Av. 
Anderson John A., tailor, r. 160, 7th 
Anderson John C, helper Union Iron Wks., 

r. 531 Connecticut 
Anderson John E., carriage painter, 3011 Mis- 
sion 
Anderson John E., painter Nickels & McKen- 

na 
Anderson John E., rigger Union Iron WTis., r. 

912 Michigan 
Anderson John E., ship carpenter," r. 316, 28th 
Anderson John F., canvasser, r. 263% Har- 
riet 
Anderson John F., captain watch P. M. SS. 

Co., r. 1062 Dolores 
Anderson John F., clerk S. H. F^ank & Co., 

r. 2112 Howard 

fireman S. P. Co., r. 2933, 



Anderson John F. 

16th 

Anderson John F. 
Anderson John G., 
Anderson John H 

Mission rear 
Anderson John J., 



printer, r. 3430b, 16th 
tailor, r. 509 Stockton ' 

, ship carpenter, r. 114% V 



conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 540 Central Av. 
Anderson John McC, with Connecticut Fire 

Ins. Co., r. 2514 Pine 
Anderson John P., tailor, 662 Mission 
Anderson John R., marine engineer, 36 East 

South, r. Oakland 
Anderson John T., grripman Market St. Ry., 

r. 2010 Central Av. 
Anderson John W., marine engineer, r. 1428 

Shotwell 
Anderson John W.. master schr. Mary Etta, 

office 3d St. Wharf 
Anderson Joseph, housemover Olof Wilson, r. 

409, 5th 
Anderson Joseph, liquors, 530 Pacific 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r. 502% Broadway 
ANDERSON JOSEPH S. 

representative United Agency Co. of New 

York, office 47, 1st, tel. Main 5059, r. 3325 

Clay 
Anderson Joseph W., waiter Hoffman Cafe 
Anderson J. S., porter Rosenthal's, r. 621 Ellis 
Anderson Julius, carpenter, 1740 Market, r. 

236, 27th 
Anderson Julius, cellarman Cal. Wine Assn., 

r. 442% Brannan 
Anderson Julius, longshoreman, r. 30 Clyde 
Anderson Julius C, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

1412%, 7th Av. South 
Anderson Karl A., seaman stmr. Sheridan 
Anderson Kate, widow, dressmaker, r. 306a 

Waller 
Anderson Kenneth P., r. 2712a Bush 
Anderson L. A. Mrs., real estate, r. 33 Vicks- 
burg 
Anderson Lars, cigars 62o Union 
Anderson Lawrence, seaman, r. 750 Howard 
Anderson Lawrence H., clerk Hooker & Co., 

r. 816 California 
Anderson Leo M.. laborer, r. 432% Tehama 
Anderson L. F., r. 1029% Natoma 
Anderson Lilburn B., clerk U. S. Customs, r. 

340 Geary 
Anderson Lottie Miss, r. 883 Fulton 
Anderson Louis, r. 119 Capp 
Anderson Louis, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 2617, 21st 
Anderson Louis, blacksmith. 1504 Vallejo, r. 

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(inderson Louis, blacksmith, r. 2023 Mission 
indereon Louis, gardener, r. 115 Lexington 
Av. 
Iinderson Louis, janitor, r. 20 Sherwood PI. 
loiderson Louis, seaman, r. 245 Steuart 
stDderson Louis H., atty-at-law, r. 2121 How- 
j ard 

.inderson Louis L., gripman Cal. St. R. R., r. 
' 1511 Clay 

linderson L. S. Mrs., widow, r. 31 Guerrero 
inderson M., waiter stmr. Australia 
linderson Macey, longshoreman, r. 744, 4th 
inderson Magnus, cooper Cal. Wine Assn., 

r. 43 Minna 
inderson Mamie Miss, teacher music, r. 8191/^ 

Lyon 
inderson Mamie E. Miss, cashier Olson Com- 
pany, r. 1507 Larkin 
inderson Marcellus O., lieut. police, r. 2174, 

15th 
inderson Marcus, policeman, r. 16 Sycamore 

Av. 
linderson Mark, 1st mate stmr. Madrono, r. 

148, 6th 
inderson Martin, engineer Hercules Gas En- 
gine "WTis., r. 332 Francisco 
inderson Martin, hostler J. W. Morshead & 

Son, r. 30 Lewis PI. 
inderson Martin, laborer S. P. Co., r. 855 

Harrison 
Lnderson Martin, longshoreman, r. 327 Beale 
Inderson Martin, marine engineer, r. 1148 

Sutter . 
inderson Martin, notions, 365, 1st 
inderson Martin, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
inderson Martinus, seaman, r. 12 Guy PI. 
inderson Mary, widow, r. 208 Francisco 
inderson Mary, widow, r. 330 Brannan 
vnderson Mary, widow, r. 675 Castro 
uiderson Mary A., widow, r. 1216b Broadway 
inderson Mary Miss, saleslady City of Paris 

Dry Goods Co., r. 118 Broderick 
inderson Mary Mrs. r. 1202 Mission 
inderson Mary E. Mrs., r. 773i^ Folaom 
inderson M. G., fixturemaker Thomas Day 

Co., r. 2584 Folsom 
inderson Michael, shipwright Union Iron 

Wks., r. 862 Iowa 
inderson Miller, painter, 175, 7th 
inderson Minnie F. Miss, artist, r. 526 Post 
inderson M J., conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 215, 29th 
inderson Morris (Miles & Anderson) r. 8 

Hanover PI. 
inderson Nathan D., atty-at-law, 206 San- 
some 
inderson Nathaniel, cutter Newbauer Bros., 

r. 289 Geary 
inderson Neil F., foreman, r. 1610 Stockton" 
inderson Nels, cook, r. 739, 4th 
inderson Nels, helper Geo. E. Dow Pumping 

Engine Co., r. 266 Minna 
LNDERSON NELS 

secretary California Transportation Co., 

office Pier 5, r. 2826 Howard 
inderson Nelson, plumber, r. 1317 Jackson 
inderson Nicholas C, painter, r. 24^^ Lily Av. 
inderson Die, carpenter, r. 729 Andover Av. 
Anderson Ole, marine engineer, 36 East South, 
! r. Oakland 

inderson Ole C, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 
' 501, 20th 
Anderson Olof (Solvin & Anderson) r. 315b 

Clementina 
inderson Olof, chief engineer str. Oakland, r. 

Oakland 
inderson Olof, currier Russell & McKay, r. 

26 Turk 
Vnderson Olof, seaman, r. 5 Washington 
inderson Olof, seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
Vnderson Olof, seaman, r. 245 Steuart 
Vnderson Olof A., painter, r. 318, 13th 
Vnderson Oscar, clerk, 32, 4th 
Vnderson Oscar, master schr. Lottie Carson, 

10 California 
\nderson Oscar, pilot str. Caroline, r. Ala- 
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Anderson Oscar, porter St. Luke's Hospital 
Anderson Oscar, steamboatman, r. 320 Drumm 
Anderson Oscar A., chipper Union Iron Wks., 

r. 61 East Av. 
Anderson Oscar W., cutter M. Friedman & 

Co., r. 536 Hermann 
Anderson Otto, clerk, r. 824 Mission 
Anderson Otto E., stickerhand D. H. Bibo 

Lumber Co., r. Oakland 
Anderson Otto H., with H. Huddleston & Co., 

r. Lorin 
Anderson Ouda, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Anderson P., 1st officer str. Australia 
Anderson Patrick, fireman str. Thorough- 
fare, r. Oakland 
Anderson Paul, master str. F. M. Smith", r. 

San Leandro 
Anderson P. E., mastermariner, r. 16d Stanly 

PI. 
Anderson Per A., r. 407 Sutter 
Anderson Per A., blacksmith P. C. SS. Co., 

r. 1232 Vallejo 
Anderson Peter, boilermaker Fulton Eng. & 

Ship Bldg. Wks. 

ANDERSON PETER 

carpenter and builder, jobbing promptly 
attended to, shop and office 624 Ellis nr. 
Larkin. tel. Polk 17 

Anderson Peter, coppersmith Sanders & Co.'s 
Copper Wks. 

Anderson Peter, engineer tug Rescue, r. 915 
Battery 

Anderson Peter, fisherman, r. 32 Steuart 

Anderson Peter, groceries, 432 Brannan 

Anderson Peter, laborer Cal. Tallow Wks., r. 
1240, 6th Av. South 

Anderson Peter, machinist, r. 26 Rincon PI. 

Anderson Peter, painter, r. 2215 Hyde 

Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 322, 12th 

Anderson Peter, washer Electric Laundry, r 
125 Eddy 

Anderson Peter, watchman Oregon Coal and 
Navigation Co., Lorin, Cal. 

Anderson Peter C, carwasher Market St. Ry., 
r. 3265 Sacramento 

Anderson Peter N., propr. Hermann House, 
2013 Folsom 

Anderson Peter N. Jr., clerk Hermann House 

Anderson Phoebe Mrs., teacher music, r. 307 
Devisadero 

Anderson Preston W., bartender P. J. Mc- 
Gafflgan, r. 2525 Lombard 

ANDERSON REINHOLD L. 

overland and saloon lunches, saloons sup- 
plied with hot and cold lunches, 1372-1374 
Market, 7-11 City Hall Av., tel. Jessie 
1381 

Anderson Richard K., builder, r. 1225 San 
Bruno Av. 

Anderson Robert, liquors, 910 Kearny 

Anderson Robert, machinehand Standard Bis- 
cuit Co., r. 817 Filbert 

Anderson Robert, waiter Old People's Home 

Anderson Robert A., m/atmaker SclHissler 
Bros., r. 479 McAllister 

Anderson Robert G., carpenter, r. 817% Fil- 
bert rear 

Anderson Robert G., lumberman, r. 1611 How- 
ard 

Anderson Robert W., sergeant-at-arms Board 
of Supervisors, r. 708 Douglass 

Anderson Roy R., clerk Lievre, Frick & go., 
r. 205 Chattanooga 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS. 

m'^462 d^StOaklandM 

Anderson R. Sumter, r. 318 Golden Gate Av. 
Anderson Samuel, r. 529 Sacramento 
Anderson Samuel, laborer engineer dept. V. 

S. A. 
Anderson Samuel, rigger, r. 338, 24th Av. 
Anderson Samuel, tailor, r. 903 Bush 
Anderson Samuel C, grinder Cal. Saw Wks., 

r. 2711 Harrison 
Anderson Sarah, widow, liquors, 839 Mission 
Anderson Sarah J., widow, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson Simon, carpenter, r. 19' Steuart 
Anderson Smith, salesman D. Samuels Xiace 

House Co., r. 2019 Devisadero 
Anderson Stewart, laborer, r. 621 Ellis 
Anderson Stewart M., cashier L. B. Edwards, 

r. Belvedere, Cal. 
Anderson T., miner, r. 126 Ellis 
Anderson Telenia, widow, r. 316, 28th 
Anderson Tennie Miss, r. 872 Mission 
Anderson Thaddeus, deckhand str. Berkeley, 

r. Oakland 
Anderson Theodore, cigars, 429, 4th 
Anderson Theodore, engineer tug Rescue, r. 

7031^ Davis 
Anderson Theodore, employee Merchants Ice 

and Cold Storage Co., r. 741 Filbert 
Anderson Theresa Miss, clerk Frederick 

Brown, r. 26 Rincon PI. 
Anderson Thomas, chief engineer str. Oak- 
land, r. 26 Rincon PI. 
Anderson Thomas, laborer, r. 1006 Hampshire 
Anderson Thomas, president Seg. Belcher & 

Hides Consolidated Mining Co., r. 2815 

Devisadero 
Anderson Thomas, seaman str. State of Cali- 
fornia 
Anderson Thomas, sparmaker, r. 2963, 26th 
Anderson Thomas H., conductor, r. 3186, I6th 
Anderson Thomas W., salesman Mohns & Kal- 

tenbach, r. Alameda 
Anderson Tillie Miss, r. 1507 Larkin 
Anderson Victor, laborer, r. 22 Cuvier 
Anderson Victor, laborer C. G. Bennett & Co., 

r. 1418 Kansas 
Anderson Victor, seaman, r. 5 "Washington 
Anderson Victor, seaman str. Orizaba 
Anderson Victor, tailor, r. 36 Washington Av. 
Anderson Victor A., clerk Shreve & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Anderson Victor J., salesman, r. 2153, 15th 
Anderson Waldron W., teacher dancing, 814 

Geary, r. 136 McAllister 
Anderson Walter, r. 1221 San Bruno Av. 
Anderson Walter, molder Geo. E. Dow Pump- 
ing Engine Co., r. 330 Brannan 
Anderson Walter C, bookkeeper Western 

Meat Co., r. 781 Hayes 
Anderson Walter E., foreman machine shop 

Fulton Eng. & Ship Bldg. Wks., r. 16 

Dehon 
Anderson Walter G., secretary FViedlander 

Hat Co., r. 3645 Clay 
Anderson W. E. marine engineer, 36 East 

South, r. Alameda 
Anderson William, r. 593 Minna 
Anderson William, r. 3645 Washington 
Anderson William, apprentice Geo. E. Dow 

Pumping Eng. Co., r. 330 Brannan 
Anderson William, bartender E. L. McGarity, 

r. 729 California 
Anderson William, bookkeeper, r. 40 Minna 
Anderson William, chipper Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Wks., r. Alameda 
Anderson William, clerk, r. 25 Everett 



molder Risdon I. & L. 



Anderson William, engineer Tubbs Cordagi 
Co., r. 552 Indiana 

Anderson William, helper Union Iron Wks 
r. 2134, 15th 

Anderson William, joiner Pacific Furniturt 
Co., r. 19 Utah 

Anderson William, longshoreman, r. 247, 2c 

Anderson William, master schr. Ruby, r 
22051^ Mason 

Anderson William, millhand Cal. Barrel Co. 
r. 809 Texas 

Anderson William, 
Wks., r. 143, 3d 

Anderson William, sailmaker Neville & Co., 
r. 733 Brannan 

Anderson W^illiam, seaman, r. 245 Steuart 

Anderson William B., contractor, r. 1221 San 
Bruno Av. 

Anderson William E., helper Union Iron 
Wks., r. 238, 28th 

Anderson William E., janitor City Hall, r. 
225 Natoma 

ANDERSON WILLIAM H. 

attorney-at-law (ex-Assistant Attorney 
General of California) entrance room 627 
Parrott Bldg., tel. South 232, r. San An- 
selmo 

Anderson William H., calker, r. 417 Elizabethi 

Anderson William J., business manager VU 
Anderson, r. 407 Sutter 

Anderson William R., helper Union Iron Wks., 
r. 75, 3d 

Anderson William T., salesman L. Feldmann 
& Co., r. 528 Jersey 

Anderson William W., barber H. T. Walsh, r. 
225 Natoma 

Anderson William W., miner, r. 225 Drumm 

ANDERSON WINSLOW, M. D. 

physician and surgeon, 1025 Sutter, hours 
2 afternoon and 7:30 evening, other hours 
by special appointment, tel. East 32, r. 
2115 Pacific Av., tel. West 123 

Anderson W. T., packer Castle Bros., r. 1610' 
Stockton 

Anderson W. W., contractor, 40 New Mont- 
gomery, r. Oakland 

Anderson & Danielson (Adolph L. Anderson 
and Sven Danielson) liquors, 523 Jackson 

Anderson & Middleton Lumber Co., 22 Cali- 
fornia 

ANDERSON & PEIRCE 

(James Anderson and Howard M. Peirce) 
Pacific Coast Agents Underwood Type- 
writer, 216 Sansome, tel. Bush 103 

IE?" Anderson. See Andersen, Andresen and 
Enderson 

Anderton Albert, chipper Union Iron Wks. 

Anderton Henry, seaman stmr. Mariposa, r. • 
334 Main 

ANDES SILVER MINING CO. 

Nathaniel T. Messer president, John W. ■ 
Twiggs secretary, 20-22 Nevada Block 

Andrich Martin, cook, r. 1860 Stockton 

Andker Andrew, tailor, 1605 Castro 

Andler J. V., clerk S. F. Discounting Agency, i 
r. 937 Sanchez 

Andrade Antonia, widow, r. 703 Green 

Andrade Bernard, coatroom clerk Palaee 
Hotel, r. 116 Turk 

Andrade John, waiter stmr, Acapulco 

Andrade Joseph S., asst. engineer stmr Thor- 
oughfare, r. Oakland 

Andrade Mamie Miss, dressmaker, r. 70J 
Green 

Andrade Manuel, porter stmr. Acapulco 

Andrade Manuel J. (Williams & Andrade) r. ' 
San Leandro 

Andrade Patricio, miner, r. 1904 Mason 

Andrea Oscar, lithographer Mutual L. & Lu - 
Co., r. 516 Stockton 

Andrain Ella, widow, r. 673 Shrader 

Andrassey Edwin, tailor C. M. Sorensen, r. ' 
560 Minna 

Andre Anthony A., adjuster Edward Brown ft ' 
Sons, r. 303 Devisadero 



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Ijidre Ernest, captain Army Heaven, r. S. s. 

Brannan, bet 8th and 9th 
jidre J., porter Selby Smelting and Lead Co., 

r. 416 Montgomery 
j.ndre Lewis, draughtsman, r. 303 Devisa- 

dero 

LNDRE LEON 

employmeiit office 316 Stockton, teL Main 
1304, r. 1721 Sacramento 

,.ndre May Miss, seamstress N. E. Neary, r. 

703 Green 
..ndre Pauline Mme., manager female dept. 
I Leon Andre, r. 2216 Union 
;7Andre. See Andrie 

'jidrea Florlan, bottler San Pedro and X. L. 
I Dairy Co. 

jjidrea Michael, r. 7 Hinckley 
i.ndrea Fritz, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Lndreazzl Ubaldo (Battistessa & Andreazzl) r. 

510^ Broadway 
^Andregg. See Anderegg 
jidrels Cosmo, r. 10 Vandewater 
,.ndreotti Natale, instrument maker J. C. 
I Sala, r. 417 Broadway 
'ndres Caroline, widow, r. 565 Mission 
jidres Charles, mattressmaker, r. 2910, 16th 
jidres Christian, cooper Lachman & Jacob!, 

r. 446 Brannan 
ndres Frederick, laborer, r. 168 Linden Av. 
-ndres Frederick O., glovecutter F. G. Conk- 

lin & Co., r. 39, 5th 
.ndres George S., superintendent Pacific Oil 
' & Lead Wks., r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Jidres Henry, machinist, r. 560 Howard 
Jidres John J., longshoreman, r. 158 Clara 
■Jidres John P., plumber, r. 565 Mission 
Jidres Joseph, r. 202 Laguna 
-ndres Louise, widow, r. 2754 Octavla 
^ndresen Andrew, master stmr. Brunswick, r. 
i Alameda 

jidresen Christian, baker, stmr. Grant 
jidresen Christian, liquors, SE. cor. Eddy 

and Fillmore 
Jidresen Ernest, hostler Saratoga Stables, r. 

818 Geary 
Jidresen Igeborg Miss, r. 2507 Pine 
Jidresen Julius, r. 442% Brannan 
Jidresen Louis P. C, butcher James J. 

Looney, r. 319, 1st 
.ndresen M. C, widow, notions, 4073, 24th 
Jidresen Nicholas, r. 3015 Fillmore 
Jidresen Niels A., motorman Market St. Ry., 

r. 12% Hollls 
Jidresen Peter E., cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

1048, 5th Av. South 
^Andresen. See Andersen, Anderson and 

Enderson 
.Jidressen Adolph, grlpman, r. 1216 Broadway 
jidressen Peter H., carpenter A. Hermann, 

r. 1846 Folsom 
^.NDBEW ADAM 

president Mount Shasta Mineral Spring 

Co., ofiBce cor. 6th and Townsend, r. 2517 

Pacific Av. 
Jidrew Anne E., widow, r. 
Jidrew Catherine E. Mrs., 

Union 
-ndrew Henry H., seaman, r. 
Jidrew James C, r. 646 Fell 
vndrew Sanford, clerk, r. 646 Fell 
.ndrew William Mrs., r. 646 Fell 
^Andrew. See Andrews, Andros and Andrus 
Jidrews A., propr. Andrews Diamond Palace, 

221 Montgomery, r. Lick House 
Jidrews Achsah D., widow, r. 740% Grove 
Jidrews A. J., barber Emporium, r. 915 Eddy 
Jidrews Albert, teacher drawing, r. 134 Mc- 
Allister 
Jidrews Alfred F., jeweler, r. Lick House 
.ndrews Amund Mrs., widow, r. 1316 Kansas 
Jidrews Annie, widow, nurse, r. 110 Mason 
.ndrews Arthur, tailor, r. 1527 Powell 
.ndrews Augusta E., widow, r. 312 Bartlett 
indrews Caroline B. Mrs., postmistress Pre- 
sidio Reservation 
Jidrews Charles, engineer, r. 1885 Stockton 



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Andrews Charles, lumberman Simpson Lum- 
ber Co., r. Oakland 
Andrews Charles, machinist Williams & Or- 

ton, r. 753 Howard 
Andrews Charles F., r. 272 Lexington Av. 
Andrews Charles L., printer, r. 366 Grove 
Andrews Dorothy Miss, asst. postmistress 

Presidio Reservation 
Andrews Edward, watchman, r. 303, 1st 
Andrews Edwin H., student, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Edwin O., carpenter, r. 255, 7th 
Andrews Ethel, widow, r. 208 Eddy 
Andrews Frank, teamster, Somers & Co. 
Andrews Frank, waiter, r. 113 Natoma 
Andrews Frank G. (Price & Andrews) r. 

2830 Bush 
Andrews Frederick, nailmaker Am. Steel 

and Wire Co., r. 2017 Powell 
Andrews Frederick J., carpenter Risdon I. & 

L. Wks., r. 908 Treat Av. 
Andrews Greorge, seaman str, San Jose 
Andrews George F., asst. engineer str. Gold 
Andrews George T., real estate, r. 231 Castro 
Andrews George W., bookkeeper Henry Mof- 
fat, r. 2494 Post 
Andrews Granville B., r. 359% Brannan rear 
Andrews Guy H., mechanic Pac. Tel. & Tel. 

Co., r. 1252 Franklin 
ANDREWS HARRY A. 

physician and surgeon, office 3402, 24th, 
hours 1 to 3 and 6 to 7 p. m., tel. White 
1465, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Herbert L., painter, r. 740% Grove 
Andrews James, clerk freight auditor's dept. 

S. P. Co., r. Berkeley 
Andrews James, painter Stein The Painter, r. 

5 Franklin 

Andrews James R., painter, r. 5 Franklin 

Andrews Jesse S., cashier Edward Brown & 
Sons, r. 2230 Broadway 

Andrews J. Mountford, master str. Capt. 
Weber, r. 1611 Waller 

Andrews John, chief engineer str. Onward, r. 
4317, 23d 

Andrews John, employee Q. M. Dept., Presidio 

Andrews John, restaurant, 2723 Sutter 

Andrews John, teamster U. S. A. 

Andrews John C., harnessmaker Leibold Har- 
ness Co., r. 19 Hickory Av. 

Andrews Joseph A., teamster Masonic Ceme- 
tery, r. 13 Johnston Av. 

Andrews Joseph C, shipsmith Chrestoffersen 

6 Tway, r. 1501 Mission 

Andrews Lewis, marblecutter C. R. Haw- 
thorne, r. 13 Johnston Av. 

Andrews Lincoln, bartender Henry Jurgens, 
r. 616, 1st Av. South 

Andrews Louis T., machinist Charles C. 
Moore & Co. 

Andrews Louisa, widow, r. 13 Johnston Av. 

Andrews Manuel, barber, r. 416 Union 

Andrews Margaret Miss, head nurse Waldeck 
Sanatorium 

Andrews Marinus A., cabinetmaker Sterling 
Furn. Co., r. 1316 Kansas 

Andrews Mary A., widow, r. 1228 Mission 

Andrews Mattie Mrs., propr. The Auditorium, 
410 Post 

Andrews N., coalpasser str. Mariposa 

Andrews Nelson, bookkeeper Matthew Tur- 
ner, r. 1148 Kentucky 

Andrews Nicholas, barber Conrad Born, r. 5 
Hunt 

Andrews Nicholas, fireman str. Mackinaw 



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Andrews Noble E., 

r. 2723 Sutter 
Andrews Richard, 
Andrews Richard H., laborer S. P. Co., r. ;316b 

Mission 
Andrews Ro'b'^rt S.. conductor Market St. 

Ry., r. 1345 Powell 
Andrews Thomas H., stage carpenter Grand 

Opera House, r. 107 Turk 
ANDREWS THOMAS P. 

photographic and magic lantern apparatus. 

109 Montgomerv, r. 117a Bartlett 

ANDREWS WALTER J. 

general agent Pacific Coast Cortland 
wagon Co. of Cortland, N. Y., Troy Car- 
riage Sunshade Co. of Troy, OMo, and 
Anderson Carriage Co., 37 Crocker Bldg., 
r. 898 Steiner 
Andrews William, barber, 507 Bryant 
Andrews William A., r. 20 Hancock 
Andrews William S., painter, r. 922 Michigan 
Andrews W. J., stevedore U. S. A. transport 

service, r. 2117 Bush 
C? Andrews. See Andrew, Andros, Andross 

and Andrus. 
Andrewsen Andrew P., solicitor, r. 1130 

Kearny 
Adriano A. Koch, atty-at-law, r. 2212 Union 
Andrie Alfred, gardener, r. 1213 Geary 
Andrieus Anton, propr. Seattle House, 1231 

Market 
Andronneti Paul, porter, r. 2441 Larkin 
Andros Milton (Andros & Prank) r. 1918 

Broadway 
ANDROS & FRANK 

(Milton Andros and Xathan H. Frank) at- 
torneys-at-law, 320 Sansome, rooms 6-7 
Andross Jennie H., widow, r. 405 Hyde 
Andross Porter H., mining secretary, 324 

Pine, r. 405 Hyde 
Andross William C, clerk, r. 405 Hyde 
(E^ Andross. See Andrews and Andrus. 
ANDROITS S. N. 

president Pacific Coast Jockey Club, Palace 
Hotel 
Andrus George, r. 183 Shipley 
[C^ Andrus. See Andrew, Andrews and An- 
dross. 
Anema Rein, tailor T. E. Kent, r. 114i.i Hyde 
Anflndsen Bernhard, mastermariner, r. 3163 

23d 
Anflndsen John, laborer, r. 5 Commercial 
Anflndsen Ole, mastermariner, r. 527 Hill 
Angeir Dwight M., wharflnger, r. 404 Turk 
Angel Godfrey L., cigars, 1586 Market, r. 

1515i,i Mission 
Angel H., waiter Tivoli Cafe 
C?" Angel. See Angell, Ankel, E)ngel, Engle 

and Enkle 
Angelbeck Frederick, printer, r. 525*^ Steven- 
son rear 
Angelbeck William, cellarman, r. 525*^ Stev- 
enson rear 
Angeles Nicholas, waiter S. F. Laundry, r. 

1519 Eddy 
Angeli Alfonso, dyer, r. 733 Filbert 
Angelin Warren, flreman str. Eucinal, r. Oak- 
land 
Angelinetti P., laborer, r. 249 Paciflc 
Angelis August, tinsmith, r. 458 Natoma rear 
Angelis Edward C, cooper, r. 3339, 20th 
Angelis Henry C, salesman J. Kohlbecher. r. 
264 Natoma 



Angelis Mary A., widow, r. 3339, 20th 

Angelis Minnie C. Miss, clerk, r. 3339, 20th 

Angelis Rudolph W. (Angelis & Young) r 
3339, 20th 

Angelis & Young (Rudolph W. Angelis and 
Charles W. Young) butchers, 3347, iSth 

Angelius Charles, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 
1817b Howard 

Angelius Frederick, supt. stables Chicago 
Brewery, r. 408 Austin Av. 

Angell Chester L., chief draughtsman G. S. & 
Miners' Iron Wks., r. 2200 Howard 

Angell Harry M., pharmacist, r. 112, 3d Av. 

Angell Horace B., r. 2200 Howard 

Angell James B., r. 331 Capp 

Angell Joseph, expressman, r. 137 Langton 

Angell L. C. Mrs., widow, r. 112, 3d Av. 

Angell Otis B., r. 2200 Howard 

(C?' Angell. See Angel, Ankel, Engel, Engle 
and Enkle 

Angelo Edward J., collector S. F. Gas & Efec. 
Co., r. 137, 10th 

Angelo Francis, bootblack J. Sand, r. 236 Te- 
hama 

Angelo George, horseshoer B. Lacaze, r. lOlO 
Montgomery 

Angelo George, seaman, r. 319 Tehama 

Angelo Henry J., clerk, r. 133 Ash Av. 

Angelo Pieruccini, cook, 850 Valencia 

Angelo Ravmo, with Standard Soda Water 
Co., r. 533a Haight 

Angelo Wallace P., salesman Paciflc Box Fac- 
tory, r. 1534, 10th Av. 

Angelos Richard, driver, r. 229 Shotwell 

Angelotti R., musician, 37 Stockton 

Angelovich Annie Mrs., r. 1131 Union 

Angelovich George R., clerk, r. 1131 Union 

Angelovich Joseph, molder Mechanics Foun- 
drv, r. 1131 Union 

ANGELS aUARTZ MINING CO. 

(Angels Camp, Calaveras Co.) Thomas J. 
Schuyler, secretary, 31-32 Mills Bldg., 5tb 
floor 

Angelus Monthly The, 22 Clay 

Angerman Theodore, gardener, 1600 Bush 

Angermuende William, musician, r. 14 Mc- 
Allister 

Angerstein C, sweeper City St. Imp. Co., r. 
105 New Montgomery 

Angerstein Frederick, musician, r. 1010 Flor- 
ida 

Angevine Orla, bellman Palace Hotel, r. 53T 
OFarrell 

Angler Walley T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas & 
Elec. Co., r. 234 Post 

CT^Angier. See Angeir 

Angin Rose Miss, stamper H. S. Crocker Co., 
r. 849 Greenwich 

Anglade Eugene, laundryman P. Loustalet, r. 
17, 4th 

Anglade Jean, laborer Bayle, Lacoste & Co. 

Anglade M. Mrs., widow, propr. Manitott 
House, 17, 4th 

Anglasay Delia, widow, r. 239^^ Langton 

Anglasay Hamz, laborer, r. 239^ Langton 

Anglasay Thomas, woolsorter, r. 2391^ Lang- 
ton 

Angle Forrest Z.. painter, r. 676 Treat Av. 

Anglin Annie, widow, r. 2621i^ Bryant 

Anglin Edmund, hostler S. F. Riding Club, 
r. 161S Paciflc Av. 

ANGLO-AMERICAN CROCKERY AND GLASS- 
WARE CO., Maurice Block and Isidor S. 
Ackerman. managers, 108-130 Pine 

ANGLO-CALIFORNIAN BANK 

(Ltd.) Ignatz Steinhart and Philip N. 
Lilienthal managers, NE. cor. Pine and 
Sansome 

Anglo-Japanese School, 1329 Pine 

Anglo-Mexican Mining Co. Ltd., 73 Nevada 
Block 

Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co., 25 Davis 

Anglum Daniel, liquors, 122. 2d, r. 67% Minna 

Anglum James, cook, r. 337 Jessie 

Anglum John, bartender D. Anglum, r. 67^ 
Minna 

Anglum Timothj-, carpenter, r. 339 Jessie 



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I Angonnet Bernard (PYank Angonnet & Son) 
• r. 506 Post 

Angonnet Frank (Frank Angonnet & Son) r. 
I 2 Taylor PI. 
I Angonnet Frank & Son (Frank and Bernard) 

wood and coal, 506 Post 
Angor John, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Angstrom Charles J., r. 739, 4th 
Angus James S., oflBce, 230 Montgomery 
ANGUS WILLIAM 

secretary The Pacific Syndicate, 235-238 
i Crocker Bldg., r. Oakland 
JAngwln Harry, dental student, r. 215a Valen- 
I cia 

iAnie Frederick, pianovamisher, 44 Juniper 
lAnimals Home, public pound, 2514, 16th 
iANITA GOLD MINING CO. 
] (Amador Co.) John Barton president, Ed- 
\ ward C. Hutchinson secretary, 407-409 

Montgomery 
;Anixter Abraham, jeweler, r. 1609V^ Turk 
Anixter Benjamin, clerk, r. 1408% Devisadero 
Anlxter Harris, r. 1408% Devisadero 
I Anixter I. H., milkman, r. 140, 10th 
Anlxter Isaac, clerk, r. 1408 Devisadero 
Anlxrer Louis, collector Harris Anixter, r. 

1408% Devisadero _ 

Ankel Harry, manager Pacific Coast Home 

Monthly, r. 1273 McAllister 
Ankel S., salesman L. Snide, 572 Linden- Av. 
(CJ" Ankel. See Angel, Angell, Engel, Engle 
I and Enkle 

'Ankele John H., special agent North German 
! Fire Ins. Co., r. 1003 Geary 
!Anker Guttenburg H., clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 1018 Pine 
Ankerson Peter, laborer W. T. Garrett & Co., 

r. 250, 5th 
Annala Carl G., seaman, r. 19 Drumm 
Annear John H., machinist Byron-Jackson 

Machine Wks., r. 922 Jackson 
Annersen John, vegetableman City and Coun- 
ty Hospital 
Annersley John, seaman, r. 158 Hawthorne 
Annett Robert, driver, r. 149, 4th 
Annls Arthur M., mgr. Annis Printing Co., r. 

3426, 21st 
Annis Charles H. (Annis Printing Co.) r. 3426 

21st 
Annis Charles H. J., laborer U. S. Customs, r. 

215 Chestnut 
Annis Frederick H., printer Annis Printing 

Co., r. 3426, 21st 
Annis Printing Co., Charles Annis and Louie 

F. Guedet proprs., 10 Stevenson 
ny Annis. See Ennis and Innes 
Ansbary Susan, widow, r. 245 Page 
Ansberg Baruch, butcher, r. 919 Greenwich 
Ansberg Charles, peddler, r. 919 Greenwich 
Ansberg Isador, peddler, r. 919 Greenwich 
Ansbro Harry T., driver La Grande Laundry, 

r. 1716 Folsom 
^sbro James, fruits, 1217 Scott 
Vnsbro Matthew C. (M. C. Ansbro & Co.) r. 

2010 Jackson 
ANSBRO M. C. & CO. 

(M. C. Ansbro) importers and dealers in 
fine arts, 1138-1140 Sutter, tel. East 85 
^sbro Michael, laborer S. P. Co., r. 346, 4th 
^nsell Helena Mrs., r. 930 Bush 
Ansell J. N., mastermariner. Ferry Bldg. 
i-nsell Pauline, widow, r. 1713 Ellis 
Inselm Henry, sweeper City St. Imp. Co., r. 

153, 7th 
X?"Ansenhofer. See Anzenhofer 
insley Barzillai S., photographer, r. 2025 Pa- 
I ciflc Av. 

knsley James C, engineer, r. 2025 Pacific Av. 
Vnsley Washington, cooperage, 14 Merchant 
inson Frank, painter, r. 2009% Fillmore 
inson John, carpenter, r. 554 Stevenson 

INSONIA CLOCK CO. 

Nordman Bros, agents, 134 Sutter 
oisorage Frederika, widow, r. 6 Pine PI. 
Jisot Henry, designer, 1338 Polk, r. 1336 Polk 



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Ansot Jeanne Mrs., stamping and embroidery, 

1338 Polk, r. 1336 Polk 
Anspach Julius H., bartender Osmer & Co., r. 

147 Perry 
Anspach Louis H., bartender Osmer & Co., r. 

147 Perry 
Anspach Philipina, widow, r. 147 Perry 
Anspach William, r. 147 Perry 
Anspacher Abraham, r. 2315 Broadway 
Anspacher Brothers, S. Anspacher president, 

hay and grain, 214 Pine 
Anspacher Jospeh, r. 811 Van Ness Av. 
Anspacher Philip, secretary Anspacher Bros., 

r. 2316 Broadway 
Anspacher Philip, student, r. 2604 Pacific Av. 
Anspacher Simon, president Anspacher Bros., 

r. 2604 Pacific Av. 
Anstad E., fireman Standard Oil Co., r. 39% 

Juniper 
Anstett Edward J., engraver, r. 724b Gre^n 
Anstruther George, cook, r. 791 Geary 
Anteina John, helper D. Woerner, r. 159 Erie 
Anteneggen Theodore, laborer, r. 431 Pine 
Anthenian John, laborer, r. 159 Erie 
Anthenien Pauline, domestic, Niagara House 
Anthea Frank F., with Shreve & Co., r. 320 

Mason 
Anthes Frederick P., musician, r. 610 Ellis 
Anthes Hubert, salesman T. J. Kelly, r. 832 

O'Farrell 
Anthes Louis H., clerk Henry Lund & Co., r. 

320 Mason 
Anthes Peter, mining, r. 832 O'Farrell 
Anthes Peter Jr., clerk, r. 832 O'Farrell 
Anthieu Leopold, dairy, Wayland, nr. Cam- 
bridge 
Anthonison George, wireworker, r. 2314b Ma- 
son 
Anthonison Henry, janitor S. F. College of 

Medicine and Surgery, r. 2314b Mason 
Anthonison Walter S., wireworker, r. 2314b 

Mason 
Anthonison William D., teamster, r. 2314b 

Mason 
Anthony Abraham, sergeant detective, r. 3235, 

21st 
Anthony Albert D., r. 229 Golden Gate Av. 
Anthony Alfred B., butcher Scully & Drury, 

r. 315% Franklin 
Anthony Arthur K., porter Dunham, Carrigan 

& Hayden Co. 
Anthony Carrie Miss, r. 923 Post 
Anthony Charles F., r. 3402, 24th 
ANTHONY EDWIN R. 

assistant paymaster Southern Pacific Co., 

4 Montgomery, r. 1617 Alameda Av., Ala- 
meda 
Anthony E. H. Mrs., widow, r. 443, 25th Av. 
Anthony Frank, clerk local freight oflice S. P. 

Co., r. 59 Clara 
Anthony Frank J., clerk local freight office 

S. P. Co., r. 59 Clara 
Anthony Guy L., lineman M. H. Shoenberg, r. 

924 Page 
Anthony Harry, machinist Leavitt & Bill, 924 

Page 
Anthony Jacob A., carpenter, r. 231 Castro 
Anthony James F., liquors, SW. cor. Ocean 

and Lee Avs. 
Anthony Jesse C, physician Chronicle Bldg., 

r. 1239 Pine 
Anthony John, clerk, r. 207 Jones 
Anthony John, with Pacific Syndicate, 238 

Crocker Bldg. 



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Anthony John H., pension examiner, r. 924 
Page 

Anthony Louis T., agent, r. 315>4 Franklin 

Anthony Tessie Miss, r. 3235, 21st 

Anthony Thomas E., canvasser, r. 315V^ 
Franklin 

Anthony Walter V., laborer engineer dept. U. 
S. A. 

Anthony William T., salesman, r. 631 Sacra- 
mento 

C^ Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 

Anticevich Anton, waiter, r. 725% Bush 

Antippa Alexander N., fruits and confection- 
ery. 344 Sutter, r. 13y2 Hawthorne 

Antippa Jacoba, widow, r. 326 Chestnut 

Antippa Nicholas, fruits and confectionery, 
Cliff Av. nr. Cliff House, r. 13V^ Hawthorne 

ANTiaaARIAN BOOK STORE 

J. C. Labbe & Co., proprietors, 547 Wash- 
ington 

AXTiaUABIAN BOOK STOBE 
1726 Market opp. 11th 

Antognini Giacomo B., propr. La Svizzera, 
729 Montgomery 

Antoine Joseph F. (Diehl & Antoine) r. 1309 
Laguna 

Antoine Paul, vice-consul France, 316a Post 

Anton Fred A., pressman Robert R. Patter- 
son, r. Oakland 

Antone Frank, r. 918 Montgomery 

--oitone Joseph, dishwasher, r. 310 Pacific 

Antonelli P. A., architect, r. 420 Montgomery 
Av. 

Antonetti Edward, porter Whittier Coburn 
Co., r. 2882, 16th 

Antonetti Margaret, widow, r. 2882, 16th 

Antoni E. & Co. (Ermangildo Antoni and 
Dominick Fabris) fish. Clay St. Market 

Antoni Ermangildo (E. Antoni & Co.) r. 4 
Jasper PI. 

Antoni Samuele (Antoni & Pellegrini) r. 529 
Union 

Antoni & Pellegrini (Samuele Antoni and Giu- 
seppe Pellegrini) hay, wood and coal, 
506-508 Green 

[C^ Antoni. See Anthony and Antony 

Antoniades Euthymius (Apostolo & Antoni- 
ades) r. 122, 4th 

Antoniazzi Peter, clerk L. Sablier, r. 310 Mont- 
gomery Av. 

Antonietti Virginia, r. 203"^ Polk 

Antonin Jean, cook I. Cuenin, r. 1021 Powell 

Antonini Gio B., florist P. Canepa & Co., r. 
728 Green 

Antonio J., boatswain str. Peru 

Antouioli Casinira. liquors, NE. cor. Wash- 
ington and Battery, r. 1409V4 Mason 

Antonovich Dominick G.. shipping clerk A. 
Galli Fruit Co., r. 712 Green 

Antonovich Florio, clerk Paul Friedman, r. 
712 Green 

Antonovich Nicholas, cook N. Sturiza, r. 531 
Natoma 

Antonovich William G., atty-at-law, 628 Mont- 
gomery, r. 712 Green 

Antony Henry, cutler Will & Finck Co., r. 819 
No!th Point 

ICt" Antony. See Anthony and Antoni 

Antrim Grove M.. r. 706 Van Ness Av. 

Antrim The, furnished rooms, 30 Kearny 

Antrin Howard D., messenger, r. 2531 Post 

Antron Edward P., stenographer W. H. Rob- 
inson, r. 21 Mary 

Antron Julius, seaman, r. 21 Mary 



21 Mary 

butcher Henry Antz, 



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Antron Peter, 

Antz Albert H 
Bush 

Antz Frederick J 
Bush; 

ANTZ HENRY 

butcher, 15-16 Grand Western Market, r 
1825 Bush, tel. East 730 

Antzen Charles, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 
r. 16 Beaver 

Anuci Joseph, bootblack, r. 10 Margaret PI. 

Anuci Leonardo, r. 10 Margaret PI. 

Anvar Samuel, janitor Columbian Bldg., r. 
410 Leavenworth 

Anvil Hall, 8-10 Pine 

Anzene Andrew, r. 124, 6th 

Anzenhofer Carl, teamster C 
Co., r. 107 Holloway Av. 

Anzenhofer Louis, r. 107 Holloway Av. 

Anzenhofer Louis Jr., teamster, r. 107 Hollo- 
way Av. 

Anzenhofer William, carpenter, r. 107 Hollo- 
way Av. 

Anzinl Andrew (Anzini & Bellezer) r. 527 Na- 
toma 

Anzini & Bellezer (Andrew Anzini and Frank 
Bellezer) butchers, 133, 6th 

Aoki T., Japanese artist, 131 Post 

APAC SECUNDINO 

Spanish Interpreter, Safe Deposit Bldg., 
room 217, r. 15 John 

Apel August J., musician, r. 25 Rondel PI. 

Apel Ferdinand C, cigarmaker, r. 25 Rondel 
PI. 

Apel Frederick E., pharmacist G. Leipnitz & 
Co., r. 250 Sutter 

Apel Herman, beamster Thorne & McMann, r. 
4 Wolfe 

Apel Josephine, widow, r. 25 Rondel PI. 

Apel Paul J., cigar mfr., 3012, 16th 

(E^Apel. See Appel, Appell and Apple 

Apeland John, r. 112a Silver 

Apell Frank, baker John Schlichtmann, r. 675 
McAllister 

Apelt Charles M. Mrs., shirt mfr., 136 Mont- 
gomery Av., r. 1343 Powell 

Aperio Michael, tamales, r. 617^4 Elis rear 

Apfel Philip J., carpenter, r. 2038A O'Farrell i 

Apfelbach Ludwig, confectioner, r. 558 Minna 

Apgar Charles W., barber, r. 8 Falmouth 

Aplin Walter, r. 258 Minna 

Apollo Consolidated Mining Co. (Unga Island, 
Alaska) 310 Sansome 

Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific 

Apostolo Adrianos (Apostolo & Antoniades) 

Apostolo /^.tanasio, barber, r. 908% Jackson 

Apostolo & Antoniades (Adrianos Apostolo 
and Euthymius Antoniades) oyster saloon, 
122, 4th 

APOTHECARIES' HALL 

William J. Bryan proprietor, 3 New Mont- 
gomery 

APP CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINING CO. 

(Tuolumne Co.) George H. Waggoner sec- 
retary, 209 Crocker Bldg. 

Appel Abraham, barber C. Berliner, r. lODS^ 
Buchanan 

APPEIi AUGUST 

manager Mrs. John Appel, 163 New Mont- 
gomery, r. 6091^ Howard 

Appel John, clerk, r. 1120 Church 

APPEL. JOHN MRS. 

wines, liquors and cigars, 163 New Mont- 
gomery cor. Howard, r. 609% Howard 

Appel Julius, employee Palace Hotel, r. 36^4 
Elgin Park Av. 

Appel William, helper Indianapolis Furn. Co., 
r. 1225 Hayes 

Appel William B., porter Doeing & Reichling, •: 
r. 8 Antonio 

(CF Appel. See Ahpel, Apel, Appel and Apple 

Appelbaum A., peddler, r. 129 Langton 

Appelbaum Morris, peddler, r. 129 Langton 

Appell George, cutter, r. 788 Hayes 

Appell George, shoemaker, r. 564 Mission 



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Appell John C, cabinetmaker West Coast 

Furniture Co., r. 617 Bryant 
Appell Samuel, r. 788 Hayes 
Appell Sherman, champagnemaker Cal. Wine 

Assn., r. 788 Hayes 
Appell Simon, tailor, r. 788 Hayes - 
C^ Appell. See Apel, Appel and Apple 
Appeltoft Alexander, cashier, r. 1009 Mason 
Appenzeller Jacob, blacksmith S. P. Co., r. 

102 Welsh 
Apperson Charles, carpenter, r. Eastlake 

Hotel 
Apperson Edgar, linotype operator Examiner, 

r. 328 Ellis 
Apperson John A., r. 657 Bush 
Appiarius Franz W., mfr. cider, 1810 O'Far- 

rell 
Appiarius H. Mrs., notions, 703 Guerrero 
Appiarius Henry, clerk, r. 703 Guerrera 
Appiarius Henry P., pressman, r. 1810 O'Far- 

rell 
Appiarius Henry W., clerk C. Bohling, r. 1810 

O'Farrell 
APPLE BENJAHIN 

physician and surgeon, office 406 Sutter, 

rooms 36-37, hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m., 

r. 727 Grove, tel, Steiner 4641 
Apple Henry L., r. 464 Hayes 
Apple Herman, upholsterer, r. 148, 6th 
Apple Isidor, salesman Cowen & Cowen, r. 

608 Laguna 
APPLE JACOB 

secretary Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, 

321-325 Sansome, r. 727 Grove 
Apple Morris, salesman Cunningham, Curtiss 

& Welch, r. 727 Grove 
Apple Robert L., clerk Postoffice, r. 26 Mint 

Av. 
CC Apple. See Apel, Appel and Appell 
Appleby Charles H., gripman Market St. Ry., 

r. 15 Whitney 
Appleby E. J., teacher banjo, r. 946 Harrison 
Appleford A. B., messman str. Bristol 
Applegarth George A., draughtsman Wright 

& Sanders, r. Oakland 
Applegate George, r. 1622 Ellis 
Applegate John J., merchandise broker, 112 

Kearny, r. 405 Powell 
Applegate Lemon A., teamster E. McClaskey, 

r. 331 Fair Oaks 
Applegate W. O., brakeman S. P. Co., r. 408 

Brannan 
Appleton Aaron, salesman M. Appleton, r. 

121, 6th 
APPLETON D. & COMPANY 

(New York) Dcfrville Libby manager, pub- 
lishers and subscription books, 1 Flood 

Bldg. 
Appleton Harry, upholsterer, r. 615 Natoma 
Appleton Isaac, peddler, r. 615% Natoma 
Appleton Isidore, peddler, r. 615% Natoma 
Appleton Lawrence, repairer S. P. Co., r. 1596 

Howard 
Appleton Morris, furniture, 789 Mission 
Appleton Thomas, solicitor, r. 620 Hayes 
Appleton William, pipefitter Spring Valley W. 

W., r. Berkeley 
Applewhite Andrew L., clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 340 Geary 
Applewhite S. C. Mrs., widow, r. 926 Fillmore 
Appo J. B., watchman P. C. SS. Co. 
Appo William, waiter, r. 502% Broadway 
Appraisers' Building United States, E. s. San- 
some bet. Washington and Jackson 
APPRAISER CUSTOMS UNITED STATES 

(District of San Francisco) John T. Dare, 

31 Appraisers' Bldg. 
Appraisers' Store United States, Appraisers' 

Bldg., 1st floor 
jApprlll George, shoemaker, 535 Commercial, 

r. 564 Mission 
Apte Adam, peddler, r. 410, 7th 
Apted Clara F., stenographer De Kalb Fence 

Co., r. 1920 Stockton 
Apted Walter (James Boyes & Co.) r. 1920 

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Aptiz Frederick, machinist, r. 207 Montgomery 

Av. 
Aquiloleon Thomas, longshoreman, r. 225 

Drumm 
[[T'Aquin. See d'Aquin 

ARABIAN COFFEE AND SPICE 

MILLS, Hills Bros, proprietors, 126-130 
Market and 23 California 

Arabian Fig Coffee Co., 25 Market 
Arachnida Valley Wine Co., 410 McAllister 
Aragno Giuseppe, laborer, r. 249 Pacific 
Aragona Giuseppe, peddler, r. 1328 Dupont rear 
Aragoni Camille, bootblack, r. 1518 Dupont 
Aram W. F., atty-at-law Mills Bldg., r. Ala- 
meda 
Aramburu Madelina Mrs., r. 504 Powell 
Arana Giuseppe, tamale mfr., 523 Vallejo 
Aranda Ellgia, cook, r. 628 Filbert 
Aranda M., fireman str. San Jose 
Arata Andrew, gardener, r. 1615 Charter Oak 

Av. 
Arata Andrew A., teamster Gray & Barbieri, 

r. 321% Broadway 
Arata Angelo, groceries, 1401 Dupont, r. 504 

Green 
Arata Aralea, teamster, r. 511% Linden Av. 
Arata Asunta, widow, vegetable garden, 297 

Masonic Av. 
Arata Daniel, wood and coal, 1511 California 
Arata Dessi J., spicegrinder, r. 29 Calhoun 
Arata Enrico, laborer, Cal. Fruit Canners 

Assn., r. 82 Francisco 
Arata Felice, r. 2 San Antonio 
Arata Francesco (Arata & SchiaflBno) r. 1918% 

Stockton 
Arata Frank (Arata & Guinasso) r. 1918% 

Stockton 
Arata Fredrick, machinist Christie Machine 

Wks., r. 2 San Antonio 
Arata George, laundryman, r. 423% Broadway 
Arata Giovanna B., laborer, r. 423% Broad- 
way 
Arata Giovanni, r. 7 Bartol 
Arata Giovanni, 
Arata Giovanni, 



baker Razzetto & Carbone 
laborer, r. 9 Water 
Arata Giovanni, macaronimaker Cuneo Bros., 

r. 511 Green 
Arata Giuseppe, gardener Colombo Market 
Arata James, laundryman, r. 423% Broadway 
Arata James, teamster Gray & Barbieri, r. 

321% Broadway 
Arata John, laborer, r. 335 Union 
Arata John, stableman, r. 716 Pacific 
Arata John, stoker Engine 28, r. 513% Green- 
wich 
Arata Joseph, florist, r. 1615 Charter Oak Av. 
Arata Joseph, clerk Paul Arata, r. 3101 Bu- 
chanan 
Arata Joseph G., scavenger, r. 139 Landers 
Arata L., gardener Colombo Market 
Arata Louis, laborer, r. 141% Landers 
Arata Louis, livery stable, 716 Pacifig,. r. 7 

Bartol 
Arata Louis, restaurant, 1216 Point Lobos Av. 
Arata Louis, scavenger, r. 619% Chestnut 
Arata Nicholas, fisherman, r. 504 Greenwich 
Arata Paolo, laborer, r. 522 Green 
Arata Paul, driver J. Schussler & Co. 
Arata Paul, fruits, NW. cor. Buchanan and 

Filbert 
Arata Paul, fruits, 1858 Union 
Arata Paul B., driver Modern Laundry, r. 

29% Lapidge 
Arata Paulo, r. 1 Truett 












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Arata Stefano, bootblack, r. 13 Lafayette PI. 
Arata Stefano, plumber, r. 716 Montgomery 

Av. 
Arata Stephen, expressman, r. 13 Salmon 
Arata & Guinasso (Frank Arata and Victor 

J. Guinasso) livery stable, 420 Pacific 
Arata & Schiafflno (Francisco Arata and G. B. 
SchiafiQno) hardware, cutlery and twines, 
416 Battery 
Arbios Edward E., butcher F. Games, r. 11 

Harlan PI. 
Arbogast Aaron A., dental student, r. 307 

Golden Gate Av. 
Arbogast Ernest A., cook Palace Hotel, r. 

665 Harrison 
Arbogast Jacob L., interne City and County 

Hospital 
Arbuckle Brothers (New York) 330 Market 
Arbuckle George W., agent Phillips- Judson 

Excursions, 11 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Arcade House, 45 Sacramento 
ABCADB SALOON 

Broyer & Glynn, proprietors, SW. cor. 
4th and Mission 
Arcade The, 917 Market 
Arcadia Club, 23 Stockton 
ARCATA AND MAD RIVER R. R. CO. 
(Arata Humboldt Co.) F. Korbel & Bros, 
proprs., main ofiSce 723 Bryant 
Archambault Charles C, butcher Charles E. 

Osswald, r. 1803 Haight 
Archambault Edmond, tailor M. Leger & Co., 

r. 1520 Clay 
Archambault Ralph, riveter Union Iron Wks., 

r. 886 Illinois 
Archbold Mark, machinist, r. 527, 2d 
Archbold William, tailor, r. 523 Jones 
Archer Albert S., manager W. T. Smith & 

Son, r. 2173, 15th 
Archer Anna A. Miss, Instructor Willcox & 
Gibbs Sewing Machine Co., r. 1316 Califor- 
nia 
Archer Aretas A., policeman, r. 555 Howard 
Archer Charles, conductor, r. 1193 Oak 
Archer Charles H., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 919 Folsom 
Archer Edgar, porter Wells Fargo & Co., r. 

101 Prospect PI. 
Archer Ernest E., waiter, r. 822 Howard 
Archer James, asst. engineer str. China, r. 

312 San Jose Av. 
Archer James, coppersmith Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1109 Potrero Av. 
Archer Jessie E. Mrs., cook Mrs. H. E. 

Wetherla, r. 611 Taylor 
Archer John H., coachman, r. 1045 Market 
Archer Mary, widow, r. 415. 5th 
Archer Samuel, machinist Cahill & Hall Ele- 
vator Co., r. Oakland 
Archer Thomas, real estate, 320 Sansome, r. 

2031 Steiner 
Archer William, upholsterer John Hoey, r. 

417%, 5th 
Archibald George A., clerk, r. 429 Turk 
Archibald George W., solicitor Richards & 

Co., r. 820 Folsom 
Archibald James, molder Risdon I. & L. 

Wks., r. 560 Howard 
Archibald L. L., salesman Dunham. Carri- 

gan & Hayden Co. 
Archibald Prescott L., Grand Dictator Knights 

of Honor, St. Ann's Bldg., r. 429 Turk 
Archibald Walter H., driver San Mateo Ranch 
Dairy, r. 1515 Fillmore 



Archibald William P., bookkeeper, r. 282 

Valencia 
Arcone Gustante, scavenger, r. 5 Varennes 
Arctic Fur Co. (Marcus Moses) 925 Market 

ARCTIC OIL WORKS 

Edwin L. GriflBth manager, Harry J. 

Knowles secretary, office 30 California, 

works SE. cor. Illinois and 16th, Potrero 
Arcuri Lulgi, barber, 825 Pacific 
Arden Gustave, packer Subsistence Dept. U. 

S. A., r. 8 Jones 
Arding Walter A., salesman Brown & Power, 

r. Berkeley 
Arding Wilfred E., clerk Palace Hotel News 

Stand, r. 118% Duncan 
CJ" Arding. See Harding 
Ardley W. Edwin, salesman Raphael Weill & 

Co., r. Berkeley 
Ardouin Adolphe, cook Edouard Blanquie, r. 

11 Scott PI. 
Ardouin Victor, cook, r. 11 Scott PI. 
Aregger Charles, liquors, 534 Kearny, r. 8 

Central PI. 
Arellanes Christopher A., policeman, r. 1620 

Page 
Arellano AUano, laborer D. H. Bibb Lumber 

Co., r. 1518 Powell 
Arellano Benjamin, wireworker, r. 616% Wa- 

toma 
Arellano John M., tinsmith, r. 1027% Mont- 
gomery 
Arellano Joseph M., r. 710 Montgomery 
Arellano Rudolph, apprentice Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1007% Harrison 
Arels Marie Miss, laundress Palace Hotel, r. 

1314 Powell 
Arenas Cipriana Miss, dressmaker, r. 18 Sher- 
wood PI. 
Arenberg Moses, jewelry, r. 1661 Post 
Arend Lulu Mrs., stewardess str. State of 

California, r. 1319b Clay 
Arendes Frederick, groceries, SW. cor. 14th 

and Natoma, r. 215, 14th 
Arendes John, driver, r. 215, 14th 
Arendt Ada, domestic, 1912 Pacific Av. 
Arendt Edward T., upholsterer, r. 1338 Union 
Arens Albert J., jeweler W. K. Vanderslice 

Co., r. 520 Jersey 
Arensberg Helena Miss, stenographer, r. 3 

Morris Av. 
Arensberg Jennie Mrs., r. 3 Morris Av. 
Arensberg Joseph, r. 3 Morris Av. 
.Arensberg Philip, clerk, r. 3 Morris Av. 
Arensberg Samuel, salesman Roos Bros., r. 

3 Morris Av. 
Arenson Kate, widow, r. 147 Cortland Av. rear 
Arentsen Andrew, seaman, r. 113% Harriet 
Arentz EMward, druggist, r. 238 Kearny 
Arenz John, bakery, 3116, 16th 
Ares Paul, laborer, r. 1314 Powell 
Aretta Fred, watchman Modern Laundry 
Aretta James, marker Modern Laundry 
Aretta Theresa Miss, ironer Modern Laundry i 
Arey Elisha, laundryman P. C. SS. Co., r. 

Oakland 
Arey James, clerk Troy Laundry Machinery 

Co., r. Oakland 
Arey Minord T., r. 231, 3d Av. 
Arey M. L. D. Mrs., widow, r. 231, 3d Av. 
(H^Arey. See Airey 
Arf Fredrick, mastermariner, r. 739, 4th 
Arft Herman, musician, r. 322 Golden Gate At. 
Arfsten Broder, groceries, NW. cor. 15th and ' 

Noe 
Arfsten Cornelius, steward, r. 940 Mission 
Arfsten Emil, salesman F. Holtum, r. 105 Polk 
Arfsten Emilie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 105 Polk 
Arfsten Knudt E., carpenter, 120 Leidesdorfl, 

r. Oakland 
Argall F. G., Ins. adjuster, 306 Pine, r. 1227 

Washington 
Argall John, r. 628 Golden Gate Av. 
Argens Peter G., r. 221 Anderson 
Argent Thomas, coalpasser str. Alameda 
Argente George (Argente & Casella) r. 6 Hunt 
Argente Joseph, r. 6 Hunt 



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Argente & Cassella (George Argente and Laz- 

zaro Cassella) fruits, 1315 Stockton 
Argenti Frank, plumber, r. 2944% Mission 
Argentl Jerome J. B., professor botany AfiBI- 

iated Colleges, r. 19 Belvedere 
Argentl Ricardo, bartender D. Capelletti, r. 

310 Montgomery Av. 
Argentl Tulllo, sculptor, r. 29441^ Mission 
Argenti Tulllo J. (Argentl & Curran) r. 517 

Bartlett 
Argentl & Curran (Tulllo J. Argenti and 
James A. Curran) blacksmiths, 2938% Mis- 
sion 
ABGENTINE CONSULATE 

Wenceslao Y Loalza consul-general, 216 
Sansome 
Argil Lydia, widow, r. 6% Golden Gate Av. 
Argonaut Mutual Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, 214 Pine 
Argonaut Oil Co., 20 Montgomery 
ARGONAUT PUBLISHING CO. 

Jerome A. Hart president, A. P. Stanton 
business manger, 246 Sutter 
I ARGONAUT THE 

(weekly) Argonaut Publishing Co. pub- 
lishers, 246 Sutter 
Argoud Joseph L., waiter, r. 30% Lewis PI. 
Arguello Charles F., musician, r. 513 Hyde 
Arguello Clara Mrs. teacher Burnett Primary 

School, r. 3328, 24th 
, Arguello Maude C, r. 1060 Valencia 
Ariani Amabilla, widow, r. 1013 Montgomery 
Arlani Louis, salesman Boltz, Clymer & Co., 
; r. 1015 Montgomery 

. Ariani Paul, candymaker, r. 1013 Montgomery 
; Ariani Victor, bookbinder, r. 1013 Montgomery 
Arias David, student, r. 20% Wetmore Pi. 
Arias Trinity C, printer, r. 20% "Wetmore Pi. 
ARIEL PHARMACY 
j Truman F. Bacon proprietor, 400 Hayes 
; Ariel Road Club, 620 Bush 
Ariel Rowing Club, Long Bridge South and 

Kentucky 
Arieto Francesco, groceries, 1406 Dupont, r. 

16 Lafayette PI. 
Arighini Giuseppe, waiter Lombardi Hotel, r 

249 Pacific 
Arima D., barber Jacob Bros., r. 424 Powell 
Arimondo Lawrence, oiler Palace Hotel, r. 

522 Filbert 
Arion Theodore, r. 3384, 19th 
Arion Verein, 421 Post 

Arioto Francisco, flshdealer, r. 7 Lafayette PI. 
Arioto Salvatore, poultryman, r. 7 Lafayette 

PI. 
Aristide George, seaman, r. 23 Hunt 
Arlstide Gustav, cook, r. 23 Hunt 
Aristoarena Louis G., salesman Livingston 

Bros., r. 735 Ellis 
Arizona Block, SW. cor. Market and Main 
Arizona Hotel, 11 Clay 
Arizona Sandstone Co. (Santa Ana, Cal.) 40 

New Montgomery 
Arizona Warehouse, 222-232 King 
Arjo Norbert, salesman, r. 537 Greenwich 
Arjo Phillip D., packer D. Ghirardelli Co., r. 

2920 Laguna 
Arkenau Frank, blacksmith H. B. Schindler, 

r. 1328 Natoma 
Arkinstall John, porter, r. 17 Hampton PI. 
Arkwright I. B., stonecutter, r. 28th Av. nr. 

Point Lobos 
Arl Henry, r. 534% Jessie 
Arl Joseph, laborer, r. 534% Jessie 
I Arl William, r. 534% Jessie 
lArlett E. Miss, nurse S. P. Ladies Protection 

and Relief Society 
Arlett Tessie, widow, r. 8 Octavia 
Arling Charles, r. 212 Bush 
I Arlington Frank, tailor, r. 523 Jones 
^Arlington House, 112 Kearny 
lArlington Howard C, butcher Leon D. Stone 

& Co., r. 221 Dore 
Arlington Skirt Manufacturing Co. (New 
York) 125-127 Sansome 



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Armacost J. Howard, cabinetmaker Pac. Chair 

Co., r. 704 Ellis 
Armager Charles W., special policeman, r. 237 

Pi©rc6 
Armager Thomas, r. 426 Brannan 
Armand Celine, widow, dressmaking, 540 

Washington 
Armand Emile C, druggist E. Jorgensen, r. 

540 W£ishington 
Armand William, clerk, r. 3044, 24th 
Armando Ernest, r. 1313 Baker 
Armanini Annie, widow, r. 653 Francisco rear 
Armanino A., gardener Colombo Market 
Armanlno Nicholas, gardener, r. 120 Porter 

Av. 
Armas Joseph L, barber, 3250 Mission, r. 119 

Chapultepec 
Armas Ruel R., barber Frederick Hund, r. 43 

Armbrust Adolf C, butcher, 1305 Castro, r. 
1122 Noe 

Armbruster Barbara Mrs., propr. Carleton 
House, 118 Grant Av. 

Armbruster Charles J., r. 1515a Howard 

Armbruster Daniel, clerk W. R. Knights Co., 
r. 905% Valencia 

Armbruster Edward P., with S. E. Fischer & 
Co., r. 1515a Howard 

ARMBRUSTER GEORGE W. 

attorney and conveyancer, 238 Montgom- 
ery r. 1515a Howard 

Armbruster Julius H., engraver, 9 Geary 

Armbruster Rudee H., with S. E. Fischer & 
Co., r. 1515a Howard , ,, j 

Armbruster Sophia, widow, r. 1515a Howard 

Armbruster Valentine, employee Am. Cream 
Tartar Co.. r. 573 Chestnut 

Armbruster William F., clerk S. E. Fischer & 
Co., r. 1515a Howard 

[C^ Armbruster. See Ambruster 

Arme John, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 239 
Natoma 

Armendariz E. Mrs., widow, r. 721 Ashbury 

Armendariz Leopoldo, r. 1330 Stockton 

Arment Harry, broommaker Van Laak Mfg. 
Co., r. 3044, 24th 

Armer Andrew M. (Armer & Weinshenk) r. 
1201 Devisadero 

Armer Arthur J., bookkeeper, r. 845 Golden 
Gate Av. 

ARMER BENJAMIN 

(Cellarius & Co.) and secretary The Con. 
Golden Gate & Sulphuret Mining & Devel- 
opment Co., 534 Parrott Bldg., r. 2815 Pine 

Armer Evelyn D. Miss, teacher Polytechnic 
High School, r. 509 Cole 

Armer Herman, salesman, r. 727 McAllister 

Armer Josephine Miss, teacher sewing Broad- 
way Grammar School, r. 508 Cole 

Armer M. & Co. (Max Armer) com. mer- 
chants, 308 Sacramento 

Armer Mary, widow, r. 1000% Hyde ^ 

Armer Max (M. Armer & Co.) r. 509 Cole 

Armer Morris, salesman Dan P. Carter, r. 
845 Golden Gate Av. 

Armer Sidney, artist, r. 509 Cole 

Armer & Weinshenk (Andrew M. Armer and 
Charles WeinshenK) watch materials and 
jewelers' supplies, 207 Sutter 
[C^ Armer. See Armour 

Armas Charles W. (Armes & Co.) r. Oakland 
Armes Charles W. Jr. (Armes & Co.) r. Oak- 
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Armes George A., asst. engineer str. City of 
Para, r. 1729 Broadway 
■ Armes George H. (Armes & Co.) r. Oakland 

fe ABSIES & CO. 

. (Charles W., George H. and Charles W. 

I . Armes Jr.) wooden and willow ware, 

brushes, paper and paper bags, 210-212 Da- 
vis 

IC^ Armes. See Arms 

Armey James, carpenter Union Iron Wks , 
r. 1115 Shotwell 

Armington Jennie M., widow, r. 43 Pond 

ARMISTEAD CECIIj M. 

physician and surgeon, office 314-315 Exam- 
iner Bldg., hours 2:30 to 4:30 and 7 to 8 
p. m. Sundays by appointment. Tel. 
Black 3316, r. 823 Geary 

Armitage J., r. 376 Geary 

Armitage Orphanage of San PYancisco (San 
Mateo) William B. Hooper, secretary, 530 
California, room 38 

Armitage Thomas A., butcher W. F. Roberts, 
r. 1725 Devisadero 

Armitage Thomas W., clerk local freight office 
S. P. Co., r. 376 Geary 

Armitage William H., architect, 212 Sansome, 
r. Alameda 

Armknecht Louis, poultry and game, 1212a 
Polk, r. 3938 Army 

Armond F., watchman str. San Jose 

Armand Jacob, policeman, r. 207 Steiner 

Armont Maria, widow, r. 307, 3d 

Armour Aleck, chipper Union Iron Wks., r. 
237 Mississippi 

Armour George, cook J. U. Hastings, r. Oak- 
land 

ARMOUR PACKING CO. 

(Kansas City, Mo.) James McCullough 
manager S. F. branch, 215-217 Clay 

[CF Armour. See Armer 

Arms Charles S., warrant clerk, U. S. Mint r 
1422 Mission 

Arms John H. (Scott & Arms) r. 1109 Page 

Arms Richard D., r. 417 Kearny 

Armsby E. R., clerk J. K. Armsby Co., r. San 
Mateo, Cal. 

Armsby George N., treasurer J. K. Armsby 
Co., r. San Mateo, Cal. 

ARMSBY J. K. COMPANY 

(Chicago, 111.) A. G. Freeman vice-presi- 
dent and Pacific Coast manager, wholesale 
commission merchants, 138-140-142 Market 

ARMSTRONG ALBERT M. 

attorney-at-law, 59-63 Chronicle Bldg. 

Armstrong Andrew, bookkeeper London, Paris 
and American Bank, r. 436 Waller 

Armstrong Andrew J., purchasing agent, r. 8 
Gough 

Armstrong Angel, engineer Troy Laundry Ma- 
chine Co., r. 2305, 24th 

Armstrong Benjamin F. (Hood & Armstrong) 
r. 2299a Sacramento 

Armstrong Bert, painter, r. 326 Larkln 

Armstrong Bessie C. Miss, nurse Alms House 

Armstrong Charles, brakeman S. P. Co., r. 
120 Russ 

Armstrong Charles F., cooper D. Woerner, r. 
420, 10th 

Armstrong Chester, teamster F. P. Duley, r. 
418%, 13th 

Armstrong C. Isabel Miss, stenographer, r. 
923 Washington 

Armstrong Clem, brakeman S. P. Co., r. 313a 
San Jose Av. 



Armstrong E. Mrs., fortuneteller, 420 Powell 
Armstrong Edward F., salesman George W. 
McNear, r. Oakland 

ARMSTRONG EDWIN W. 

formerly Model Music Store, complete 
stock of pianos, organs, musical instru- 
ments and merchandise, graphophones, 
music boxes, strings, etc., agency Mauer 
guitars and mandolins, btewart banjos, 
Altop's fingerboard chart for all stringed, 
instruments, publishers and importers of 
sheet music, 308-312 Post, tel. Main 6261, 
r. 418 Sutter 
Armstrong Eldridge R., salesman Sherman, 

Clay & Co., r. 1325 York 
Armstrong Elizabeth Mrs., lodgings, 8 Gough 
Armstrong Ella Mrs., stenographer U. S. 

Naval Constructor's office, r. 1714 Market 
Armstrong Emma B. Miss, bookkeeper Frank 

E. Booth, r. 12 Liberty 
Armstrong Ernest R. M., bartender, r. 182 

Russ 
Armstrong Eva Miss, r. 1006 Bush 
Armstrong F. F. Miss, r. 1006 Bush 
Armstrong Fidelia S., widow, r. 684 Hayes 
Armstrong Frank, liquors, 650 Sacrametno, r. 

523 Kearny 
Armstrong Frank L., currier Russell & Mc- 
Kay, r. 114 Turk 
Armstrong Frederick W., bookkeeper, r. 2907 

Washington 
Armstrong George Mrs., widow, r. 1001 Pine 
Armstrong George B., helper J. Hammond & 

Co., r. 3014 Moss 
Armstrong George F. (Armstrong & Jillson) 

r. 3014, 26th 
Armstrong George R. (Armstrong & De 

Guerre) r. 1415 Steiner 
Armstrong George W., watchmaker H. A. Bru- 

nell, r. 182 Russ 
Armstrong George W. A., watchmaker, r. 182 

Russ 
Armstrong Gustave, cooper D. Woerner, r. 57 

Lundy Lane 
Armstrong Gustave, r. 14 Marye Terrace 
Armstrong Hannah, widow, r. 203 Bartlett 
Armstrong Harry, salesman Whittier Co'burn 

Co., r. Oakland 
Armstrong H. B., supt. factory Pac. Tel. & 

Tel. Co., r. 2122 Bush 
Armstrong Henry, clerk Cluff Bros., r. 327A 

Union 
Armstrong Henry, harnessmaker, r. 30V^ Moss 
Armstrong Henry, salesman, r. 332 Turk 
ARMSTRONG HERBERT G. 

manager Interstate Law and Collection 
Co., 59-63 Chronicle Bldg., r. 684 Hayes 

ARMSTRONG H. G. COLLECTION 

AND MERCANTILE AGENCY (Inc.), H. G. 
Armstrong president, J. M. Kinley secre- 
tary, 59-63 Chronicle Bldg. 

Armstrong Hilda L. Miss, r. 182 Russ 
Armstrong Howard R., marine engineer, r. 

520 Van Ness Av. 
Armstrong Hugh, machinist Union Iron Wks., 

r. 125 South Park 
Armstrong James, r. 30V^ Moss 
Armstrong James, r. 640 Clay 
Armstrong James, atty-at-law, r. 1717 McAl- 
lister 
Armstrong James, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 333 Louisiana 
Armstrong James L., boxmaker, r. 447, 10th 
Armstrong James R., r. 1415 Steiner 
Armstrong James T., collector, r. 1211 Golden 

Gate Av. 
Armstrong J. Frank, machinist Risdon I. & 

L. Wks., r. 708b Brannan 
Armstrong John, clerk Langley & Michaels 

Co., r. 1643 Geary 
Armstrong John, salesman, r. 2615 Howard 
Armstrong John, stableman G. Guittard, r. 

164 Golden Gate Av. 
Armstrong John A., cooper Herbert & Vogel, 

r. 1117 Hampshire 



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Armstrong John H., plumber, r. 116 Morris 

Av. 
Armstrong John J., clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. Alameda 
Armstrong John J., draughtsman Western Su- 
gar Ref., r. 617 Lyon 
Armstrong John L., packer Mount Shasta 

Mineral Spring Co., r. 447, 10th 
Armstrong Joseph, cook, r. 240 Mission 
Armstrong Joseph, cook G. A. Rutz Baking 

Co. 
Armstrong Joseph Mrs., widow, r. 3033 Wash- 
ington 
Armstrong Joseph H., plumbing, 3066, 24th 
Armstrong Katie, domestic, 2000 Gough 
Armstrong Lendrum, porter William Cluff 

Co., r. 321 Minna 
Armstrong Lucius P., clerk, r. 1342 Hayes 
Armstrong Lucy A., widow, lodgings, 923 

Washington 
Armstrong Maggie Mrs., midwife, r. 406i^ Lar- 

kin 
Armstrong May W. Miss, stenographer, r. 12 

Liberty 
: Armstrong Minnie H. Mrs., r. 293 Valencia 
'Armstrong Minnie Miss (Jeffries & Armstrong) 

r. 12a Mason 
I Armstrong Nellie Miss, teacher Crocker 
• Grammar School, r. 684 Hayes 
Armstrong Nettie, domestic, 1592 Post 
Armstrong Newton W., laborer Odd Fellows' 

Cemetery, r. 383, 1st Av. 
Armstrong Oscar T., bookkeeper, r. 182 Russ 
Armstrong Percy E., upholsterer John Hoey, 

r. 382 Richland Av. 
Armstrong Peter, r. 338 Ritch 
Armstrong Peter, r. New Washington Hotel 
Armstrong R. F., with Shreve & Co., r. 6C6 

Sutter 
[Armstrong Richard, packer Montgomery & 

Co., r. 118, 3d 
Armstrong Richard B., stockbroker, r. 909^4 

Mission 
Armstrong Richard F., barber Oscar Schoeder, 

r. 308 Leavenworth 
Armstrong Robert D., r. 652 Church 
Armstrong Rodman S., lodgings, 739 Natoma 
Armstrong Rudolph, liquors, 668 Mission, r. 

182 Russ 
Armstrong Samuel C, salesman Eugene Korn, 

r. 1012 Oak 
Armstrong Samuel V. (Philpott & Armstrong) 

r. Hotel Savoy 
Armstrong Stanley, designer and illustrator, 

611 Clay 
Armstrong T. E. Mrs., widow, r. 1643 Geary 
Armstrong T. H., teamster Western 'r. & Ster- 

age Co., r. 447 Jessie 
Armstrong Thomas, deckhand str. Aurora 
Armstrong Thomas R., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1654 Market 
Armstrong Truman B., tinsmith Holbrook, 

Merrill & Stetson, r. 625 Walnut 
ARMSTRONG T. W. 

manufacturers' agent, 308 Market, room 
I 15, r. 12 Liberty 

Armstrong William, barber, r. 282*^ Natoma 
Armstrong William, clerk adjutant general's 

office, Dept. of Cal., r. Berkeley 
Armstrong William, molder Enterprise Foun- 
dry, r. 1128 McAllister 
Armstrong William, policeman, r. 109 Maple 
Armstrong William, proofreader Chronicle, r. 

1425% Mission 
{Armstrong William A., machinehand D. Woer- 
I ner, r. 420, 10th 
Armstrong William F., grainer G. Orsi, r. 1645 

Fulton 
ft^RMSTRONO- W. H. 

dentist, 651 Vallejo, office hours 9 a. m. to 

5 p. m., tel. Black 575 
Armstrong William H., groceries, 1723 Market, 

r. 265 Clinton Park 
Armstrong William L, clerk Goodyear Rubber 

Co., r. 447, 10th 
Armstrong William J., salesman O'Connor, 

Moflatt & Co., r. 714 Cole 



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Aimstrong William O., barber W. M. Queen, 

r. 2821/^ Natoma rear 
Armstrong William S., bookkeeper, r. 1004b 

Golden Gate Av. 
Armstrong W. Wallace, accountant, 508 Cali- 
fornia, room 28, r. 1812 Van Ness Av. 
ARMSTRONG & DE GUERRB 

(George R. Armstrong and Albert S. J. 

De Guerre) printers and blank book manu- 
facturers, 407-409 Montgomery 
Armstrong & Jillson (George F. Armstrong 

and Charles P. Jillson) carriage painters, 

107 Jones 
Armuth Alfred S., salesman Levi Strauss & 

Co., r. 1109 Laguna 
Army Headquarters U. S. Dept. of California, 

Phelan Bldg. 
Arnaboldi Angelo, furniture, r. 1518 Dupont 
Arnaboldi Secondo, laborer, r. 823 Pacific 
Arnanton S., waiter Nevada Restaurant, r. 

608 Jones 
Arnaud Edward F., clerk Miss M. Biot, r. 39 

Brady 
Arnaud Louis E., musican, r. 1417 Bush 
Arnaud Mary C, widow, r. 951 Post 
Arnaud Victor L., salesman Mohns & Kalten- 

bach, r. 951 Post 
Arnautou Cyrille, liquors, 551 Geary 
Arnaz J. M., sheetiron worker Union Iron 

Wks., r. 607 Stockton 
Arnberg Andrew, tinsmith Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1051 Tennessee 
Arnberger Charles J., electrician, r. 1010 

Montgomery 
Arnberger Theodore A., pressman, r. 1010 

Montgomery 
Arnberger Richard C, steamfitter, r. 1010 

Montgomery 
Arnblow Louis G., waiter, r. 454 Clementina 
Arndt Charles M., tailor, r. 709 Bush 
Arndt Edith, widow, r. 14 Capp 
Arndt Edward, cutter D. M. Davidson & 

Co., r. 125 Diamond 
Arndt Emil, restaurant, 106, 2d, r. 108, 2d 
Arndt Fred, machinist W. T. Garratt & Co., 

r. 773 Harrison 
Arndt H. J., employee F. A. Robbins Press 

Wks., r. 346, 4th 
Arndt John, laborer, r. 123i/^ Langton 
Arndt Joseph, cook Bertz & Black, r. 347 Jes- 
sie 
Arndt Lizzie Mrs., r. 710 Diamond 
Arndt Otto F., laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

332 Guerrero 
Arndt Paul C, electrician Union Iron Wks., 

r. 5 Hill 
Arneke Anton F., helper George H. Tay Co., 

r. 41 Tehama 
Arnerich George, oysterman Good Fellows 

Grotto, r. 257 Fell 
Arnerich M. E., wharfinger Union St. Wharf, 

r. 1894 Mission 
Arneseni Henry, compositor VestkusterrT'r. 40 

Lundy Lane 
Arnest Edwin L., laborer U. S. Customs, r. 

Oakland 
Arnett George W., broommaker Cal. Broom 

Mfg. Co., r. 1008 Harrison 
Arnett James F., broommaker Van Laak 

Mfg. Co., r. 1008 Harrison 
Arnett John, salesman New York Belting & 

Packing Co., Ltd., r. Berkeley 
Arnett Otto, bricklayer, r. 3932 Army 



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Arnett Thomas F., employee Market St. Ry., 

r. 3904, 17th 
[C^ Arnett. See Arnott 
Arney James, carpenter, r. 1114 York. 
Amheim Aaron, clerk, r. 3027 California 
Arnheim Abraham, salesman Cal. Notion & 

Toy Co., r. 3027 California 
Arnheim Charles L., boxmaker, r. 1010 Harri- 
son 
Amheim David, jeweler, r. 255 Geary 
Arnheim Fannie, widow, r. 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Gustave S., clerk S. S. Arnheim, r. 

8 Steuart 
Amheim Herman S., insurance agent, 8 

Steuart, r. 1015 Leavenworth 
Arnheim Joseph, clerk J. Strauss, r. 1145 Bush 
Arnheim Julius S., druggist, 8 Steuart 
Amheim Morris, bartender The Mirror, r. 3027 

California 
Amheim Samuel S., nautical supplies, 8 

Steuart 
Arnheim Sol, r. 3027 California 
Arnheim Walter J., clerk, r. 545 O'Farrell 
Arnheim William S., watchmaker, 8 Steuart, 

r. Alameda 
Amhold Benjamin (Stevens, Arnhold & Co.), 

r. 2342 Devisadero 
Amhold Hugo, salesman Crown Distilleries 

Co., r. 1416 Sutter 
Ami John, r. 120 Onondaga 
Arnhe Henry, liquors, 40, 2d, r. 2914, 24th 
Amke Joseph, r. 41 Tehama 
Arnke Joseph, bartender H. Arnke, r. 69 

Minna 
Arnold Albert H., clerk James Ward, r. 521 

Page 
Amold Alexander S., clerk Pac. Coast Biscuit 

Co., r. 2415 California 
Arnold Alfred, r. 733 Vermont 
Amold Anna P., widow, r. 129 Arlington 
Amold Austin, clerk W. W. Montague & Co., 

r. 413 Van Ness Av. 
Arnold Brothers, Harry B. Arnold manager, 

groceries, NE. cor. 21st and Valencia 
Amold Carlos F., waiter, r. 425% Grove 
Amold Charles, cook, r. 27 Shipley 
Arnold Charles F., clerk local freight office 

S. P. Co., r. 2415 California 
Arnold Charles G., clerk, r. 129 Arlington 
Arnold Charles S., r. 2216 Devisadero 
Arnold Cyros M., manager Western Land Co., 

r. 1011 Haight 
Amold Daniel E., carpenter, r. 2644 Folsom 
Amold David, trackman Geary St. Ry., r. 1525 

Buchanan 
Amold E. A., brakeman S. P. Co., r. 43, 6th 
Arnold Edgar J., r. 425 Buchanan 
Amold Edward, driver Wells Fargo & Co., r. 

1752 Ellis 
Arnold Edward H., dairyman, cor. University 

and Silliman 
Arnold Emil, delicacies, 3008, 16th. r. 3015, 16th 
Arnold Emily, widow, r. 1 Delgado PI. 
Arnold Ernest W., clerk Olson Co., r. 2644 

Folsom 
Amold Ernestine J. Miss, teacher Hamilton 

Grammar School, r. 2011 Devisadero 
ARNOLD FLEXIBLE BRACKET CO. 

916 Market, room 43 
Arnold Florence, widow, r. 110 Hyde 
Amold Francis W., r. 877 Hayes 
Arnold Frank, clerk A. Seldner, r. 1255 Broad- 
way 



Amold Frank, pressman Janssen Printing and 
Binding Co., r. 38 Prentiss 

Amold Frank, railway postal clerk, r. Oak- 
land 

Arnold Frank A., porter Lewis, Anderson & 
Co., r. 733 Vermont 

Amold Frank S., medical agent, r. 43, 6th 

Arnold, Fraser & Walsh (Joseph B. Amold, 
Mrs. N. M. Fraser and Miss M. Walsh), 
ladies' tailors, 528 Sutter 

Arnold George H., cashier Grand Hotel, r. U 
Dearborn 

Amold Gottlieb, r. 3406 Mission 

Amold Gustavus, r. 2016 Franklin 

ARNOLD HARDWARE CO. 

N. S. Amold president, importers hard- 
ware and metals, railway and plumbers' 
supplies, 23 Davis, room 11 

Arnold Harry B., manager Amold Bros., r. 
949 Valencia 

Arnold Henrietta I. Mrs. (Arnold & Reither) 
r. 215 Mason 

Arnold Henry, cleaner, r. 2354 Post 

ARNOLD HENRY A. 

successor to Phelps & Arnold, iron mer-r 
chant, 220-222 Mission, r. 1291 Caroline, 

Amold Henry G-. secretary Silver Dollar* 
Tailoring and Renovating Co., r. 2354 PoBtl 

Arnold Herbert F., r. 604 Castro 

Arnold Institute, 916 Market 

Arnold James, clerk A. Herbert & Bro., r. Eltl 
Turk? 

ARNOLD J. DENNIS 

physician, practice limited to diseases 013 
eye, ear, nose and throat. Consultation i 
hours, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tel. East 62. Of- 
fice and r. 1296 Van Ness Av. 

Amold John A., horseman, r. 314a O'Farrell 

Arnold John E., clerk N. W. Mallery, r. 12» 
Arlington 

Arnold Joseph, r. 165 San Carlos Av. 

Amold Joseph, Jr., r. 165 San Carlos Av. 

Amold Joseph B. (Arnold, Fraser & Walsh) 
r. 324 San Carlos Av. 

Amold Kate L., clerk postoffice, r. 2415 Cali- 
fornia 

Amold Laura D. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 2415 
California 

Amold Leroy L., plumber Ickelheimer Bros., 
r. 1011 Haight 

Arnold Louisa A., widow, nurse, r. 112 Noe 

Amold Mary V. Miss, teacher Chinese Pri- 
mary School, r. 2011 Devisadero 

Amold Matthew, dept. manager Risdon I. & 
L. Wks., r. 333 Pennsylvania Av. 

Amold Maurice, fireman str. Peru, r. 3269 Fol- 
som 

Arnold Maurice P., shipcarpenter, r. 3269 Fol- 
som 

Amold Morris N., carpenter, r. 48, 

Amold Ninian J., carpenter John 
r. 147, 2d Av. 

ARNOLD NOAH S. 

president Arnold Hardware Co, 
room 11, r. 1812 Steiner 

Amold Olive N., widow, r. 329 Eddy 

Arnold Otto, laborer, r. Wayland nr. Cam- 
bridge 

Amold Otto, messenger London and San 
Francisco Bank, r. 59 Clementina 

Arnold Patrick H., salesman W. E. Pettes, r. 
34, 6th 

Amold Phillip B., clerk Piatt & Bayne 

Arnold Rufus W., teamster, r. 2805, 24th 

Arnold Thomas C, shoe agent, 126 Kearny, r. 
412 Central Av. 

Amold Thomas H., compositor W. A. Wood- 
ward & Co., r. 10 Monroe 

Arnold Virginia I. Mrs., r. 2011 Devisadero 

Arnold Walter, apprentice, r. 333 Pennsylva- 
nia Av. 

Arnold William, clerk, r. 610 Jones 

Arnold William C. r. 414 Bartlett 

Arnold William F., glove cutter Cyprien 
Limousin, r. 648 Geary 



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Arnold William G., clerk Olson Co., r. 106 

' Ellis 

Arnold William H., pressman Janssen Prlnt- 

i ing and Binding Co., r. 38 Prentiss 

!AJTiold William L., cashier Walter Speyer, r. 
Oakland 

Arnold William S., specialist, 916 Market, r. 
218 Lexington Av. 

Arnold W. M., student, r. 648 Valencia 

Arnold W. T., photographer, r. 1045 Market 

lAxnold & Reither (Mrs. H. I. Arnold and J. 
N. Reither) restaurant, 215 Mason 

Arnold & Walsh (Lawrence F. Walsh) fur- 
nishing goods and shirt mfrs., 42, 6th 

(Amone Marie, widow, r. 2507% Mission 

lAmott James, carpenter, r. 517 Noe 

Arnott John Y., stone mason, r. 1045 Market 

lAmott Thomas, engineer, r. 118c Clara 

lET" Arnott. See Arnett 

lAmsteIn Ludwlg (Stein & Co.) r. 1610 Franklin 

Arnstein M. W., solicitor, r. 231a, 13th 

:c^Arnsteln. See Aronstein 

Aroldt Max, salesman Carl Bonln, r. 545 
O'Farrell 

Aron Jules, foreman Joseph Franklin, r. 837 

i Post 

Aron Leopold, fresco painter, r. 1402 Webster 

Aron Maurice M., fresco painter, r. 1402 Web- 
ster 

Aron Morris, cigar mfr., 217%, 2d 

ET'Aron. See Aaron 

Arone Giuseppe, shoemaker, r. 1513 Church 

&.RONSOHN MARTIN A. 

notary public, 667 Market, r. 2103 Geary 

Aronsohn Ruth B. Mrs., artist, r. 2103 Geary 

Aronsohn S. Augusta, widow, r. 5 Monroe 

Aronson Abraham, ofiQce 338 Post, r. 1720 Sac- 
ramento 

Aronson Charles S., cashier Anglo-Am. Crock- 
ery & G. Co., r. 1833 Ellis 

Aronson David L., salesman A. J. Prager & 
Sons, r. 454 Devisadero 

Ironson George, loan office, 126 Kearny, r. 
Alameda 

Aronson Isidor, salesman, r. 517 Grove 

Aronson Max, salesman A. L. Bryan Shoe Co., 
r. 623 Larkin 

^.ronson Moses I., teamster T. Brilliant, r. 
4076, 26th 

Vronson Philip N. (B. Blumenthal & Co.) r. 
1344 Geary 

Vronson Rose Mrs., delicacies, 454 Devisadero 

CT" Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn 

kRONSTEIN ADOLPH 

physician, office 30 Post, hours 12 to 1:30 
p. m., r. 1616 Sutter, tel. West 261 

::7" Aronstein. See Arnstein 

Vros Mento C, clerk Cahn, Nickelsburg & 
Co., r. 914 Larkin 

^rouge John, fireman Central Lumber and 
Mill Co., r. 35, 10th 

Vrp. Charles W., ins. broker, 213 Sansome, r. 
130 CoUingwood 

^per Thomas H., engineer Central Lumber 
and Mill Co., r. 3439, 19th 

Arps Amanda T. Miss, stenographer Canadian 
Pacific Ry., r. 828 Green 

^rps Emil G. A., salesman Indianapolis Furn. 
Co., r. 828 Green 

^rps Magnus, mastermariner, r. 1821 Mason 

Vrpstein Broder, salesman Goldberg, Bowen 
& Co., r. 34 Hanover 

^rquette John, yardman S. P. Co. 

Arquielez Frank, laundryman La Grande 
Laundry 

Irrambide John B., cattledealer, r. 1401 Tay- 
lor 

Irreberg Olaf, shoemaker Kast-Glanville Shoe 
Co., r. 514 Precita Av. 

Vrrlghi Samuel, fruits, 2028 Fillmore, r. 2411 
California rear 

^rriles Raymond, coalpasser str. Alameda 

irrlllaga Frank, pressman Autographic Regis- 
ter Co., r. Oakland 

^rrillaga Santiago, teacher music, 308 Post, 

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Arrington Luella Mrs., teacher music, r. 1212 

Powell 
Arrington Nicholas T., bookkeeper, r. 1212 

Powell 
Arriola Alfredo, teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Carlos E., teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Edward F., photographer, r. 1255 

Broadway 
Arriola Espiritu, teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Eugenio, teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Joses, laborer, r. 925 Broadway 
Arripe Pierre, laborer Bayle, Lacoste & Co. 
Arrni Jacob, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

627 Commercial 
Arrowsmith George E. (B. F. Sides & Co.) r. 

Oakland 
Arrowsmith John, r. 124%B Silver 
Arroyo Francis, glovecutter H. & L. Block, r. 

517 Vallejo 
Arroyo Pasquala Mrs., r. 517 Vallejo 
Art Association San Francisco, SE. cor. Cali- 
fornia and Mason 
Art Lithographic Publishing Co. (N. Y.) 207 

Battery 
Art Mathias, engineer U. S. Marine Hospital 
Art Printery The, 1008 Mission 
Art Publishing Co., W. E. Wood manager, 225 

Post 
ART SALOON THE 

Ehmann & McGuire proprietors, 1410 Mar- 
ket 
Artana Louis (Artana & Giovannetti) r. 5 

Vincent 
Artana & Giovannetti (Louis Artana and Giu- 
seppe Giovannetti) blacksmiths, 52Di^ 

Davis 
Artaxet Victor, employee John P. Mirassou, 

r. 3031, 22d 
Arteche Frank, sawyer, r. 26 Church Av. 
Arter Elbert E., manager H. Huddleston & 

Co., r. 56 South Park 
Arter Norman R., salesman Goldberg, Bowen 

& Co., r. 2828 Bush 
Arthur Charles, physician, r. 620 Golden Gate 

Av. 
Arthur George F., agent, r. 3221, 21st 
Arthur Henry, laster Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 1585 Valencia 
Arthur Herbert, clerk Page, McCutchen, 

Harding & Knight, r. 1344 Sacramento 
Arthur Oscar, shipcarpenter, r. 62214 Ellis 
Arthur Roy, clerk, r. 933 Mission 
Arthur S. E. Mrs., saleslady Cunningham, 

Curtiss & Welch, r. 624 Post 
Arthur Stanley C, with W. W. Montague & 

Co., r. 624 Post 
Arthur William H. Major U. S; A., attending 

surgeon Dept. of Cal., 219 Phelan Bldg., r. 

Cosmos Club 
Artichi Frank, sawyer Am. Box Factory, r. 

846 Broadway 
Artigues Achllle L., teacher music, r. 1248 

McAllister 
Artigues Charles A., with Bayle, Lacoste & 

Co., r. 1324, 5th Av. South 
Artigues Emil, manager Bayle, Lacoste & Co., 

r. 1248 McAllister 
ARTIGUES JOSEPH E. 

physician and surgeon, 623 Vallejo, r. 1630 

Broadway 
Artigues Marie, widow, r. 340 Chestnut 
Artigues Marius D., inspector U. S. Customs, 

r. 340 Chestnut 
Artine Paul, seaman, r. 1422a Powell 



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DCALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

Foreign and Domestic Coal. 

Hotels, Restaurants and Ship- * 
ping Supplied. L 

Artist Dennis, painter, r. 21 Sherwood PI. 

Artola Andrew, plumber, r. 11 Vincent 

Artous George, tanner Legallet-Hellwig Tan- 
ning Co. 

Artous Germaine, finisher Legallet-Hellwig 
Tanning Co. 

Artous Lezin, flesher Legallet-Hellwig Tan- 
ning Co. 

Artriochy Henry, chef Paul Wichrowski, r. 
16 Harlan PI. 

Artru Henri, cook, r. 16 Harlan PI. 

AKTSIMOVITCH VLADIMIR A. 

consul Russia. 606 Safe Deposit Bldg., r. 
Pacific-Union Club 

Artruro George, shoemaker A. Simi, r. 404 
Broadway 

Artus John, baker Am. Biscuit Co., r. 1226 
Kearny 

Arundell William T., merchant, r. 204 Fair 
Oaks 

Arvici Antone (Arvici & Rovere) r. 1723 Mason 

Arvici & Rovere (Antone Arvici and Victor 
Rovere) painters, 1723 Mason 

Arvidson August, clerk, r. 1403 Sanchez 

Arzave Juan J., barber, 106 Montgomery Av., 
r. 1935 Mason 

Arzave Genaro, laborer, r. 313 Green 

Arzave Sewella Miss, dressmaker, r. 313 Green 

Arzberger Joseph R., foreman warehouse Bls- 
singer & Co., r. 3425, 16th 

Arzner Louis A. (Osborn & Arzner) r. 608 
Franklin 

Asahi S., engraver Jones-Paddock Co., r. 424 
Pine 

Asal Adolf, brush mfr., 1523 Mission 

Asano B., poultry, 430 Green 

Asano Cement Co., 634 Mission 

Asay Jacob L., dentist, r. 936 Valencia 

ASBESTOS FIBE PROOF CO. 
112, 1st 

Asch Augusta, widow, tailoress, r. 417 Clem- 
entina 

Asch Benjamin, storekeeper U. S. Internal 
Revenue, r. 813^ Geary 

Asch Frederick H., clerk E>mporium, r. 466 
Minna 

Asch Isaac, barber, 657 Clay, r. 1002 Sacra- 
mento 

Asch Isadore, salesman Sideman, Lachman & 
Co., r. 608 Guerrero 

Asch Philip, barber Isaac Asch, r. 935 Clay 

Asch Simon, salesman Livingston Bros., r. 
1401 Van Ness Av. 

Asch Theresa, widow, r. 466 Minna rear 

CJ'Asch. See Ash and Ashe 

Asche Mary, widow, lodgings, 226-230i^ and 
4441/^, 3d, r. 226, 3d 

Asche Rachel L., externe City and County 
Hospital 

Ascheck Henry F., draughtsman Dewey, 

Strong & Co., r. 982 Filbert 
[C:5"Ascheim. See Aschhelm 
Aschen Henry {Aschen & Propfe) r. 1330 

Hayes 
Aschen & Propfe (Henry Aschen and Charles 

Propfe) liquors, 1032 Market 
Ascher Henry D., livery stable, 1327 Pierce, r. 

1401 Steiner 
CJ" Ascher. See Asher 

ASCHHEIM ISRAEL J. 

secretary B'nai Brith Hall Assn. and 
B'nai Brith Library, 121 Eddy, r. 1137 
Geary 
C^Aschheim. See Aseheim 



Aschmann Frank G., clerk Stelling Bros., r. 

1704 Church 
Aschmann Minnie Miss, casemaker Shreve & 

Co., r. 140 Fulton 
Aschmann William A., liquors, 239 East North, 

r. 140 Fulton 
C^Aschmann. See Ashman 
Aschorn William, baker, r. 724 Mission 
(C7"Ascroft. See Ashcroft 
Asch Bartlett, tailor, r.lS Harriet 
Ash Charles S., with Cal. Wine Assn., r. 848 

Fell 
Ash Clara, widow, r. 1407 Oetavia 
Ash Edward K. (Meyer, Mish & Co.) r. 1624 

Sutter 
Ash George, r. 11 Varennes 
Ash George D., baker Eclipse Cracker Co., r. 

1606 Stocktn 
Ash Herman J., floorwalker D. Samuels Lace 

House Co., r. 908 O'Farrell 
Ash Isadore, r. 1705 Geary 
Ash Leon, insurance, r. 848 Fell 
Ash Louis, fruitdealer, r. 11 Varennes 
Ash Louis, packer Castle Bros., r. 1606 Stock- 
ton 
Ash Mary, widow, r. 11 Varennes 
Ash Milton, manager Richard Thane, r. 1.51() 

Buchanan 
Ash Morris, r. 1510 Buchanan 
Ash Rachel L. Miss, teacher Humboldt Even- 
ing School, r. 809 Turk 
Ash Ray L. Miss, physician, r. 848 Fell 
Ash Richard, groceries, 755 Howard 
ASH ROBERT 

attorney-at-law, 430 Montgomery, roomg 
6 and 31. 
Ash Stephen W., papercarrier, r. 767 Folsom 
Ash William, vice-president Em. Meyer & Co., 

r. 1122 Page 
in^Ash. See Asch and Ashe 
Ashard Willard K., carpenter E. J. Bowen, r. 

530 Stevenson 
Ashbaugh John L., operator Am. Dist. Tel., r. 

957 Folsom 
Ashburner William Mrs., widow, r. 1014 Pine 
Ashby Albert S., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

17141^ Waller 
Ashby John W., teamster, r. 712 Tehama 
Ashcroft Julia, widow, r. 1122 Ellis 
Ashcroft Percy J., electrician, r. 1122 Ellis 
Ashe A. Sidney, farmer, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe Caroline L., widow, r. 2315 Sacramento 
Ashe Clara, widow, r. 1407 Oetavia 
Ashe Fannie Miss, stenographer D. N. & ET, 

Walter Co., r. 1407 Oetavia 
Ashe Gaston M., atty-at-law, r. 2315 

mento 
Ashe Gregory, laborer, r. 3356, 18th 
Ashe Harrv, blocksmith, r. 242, 7th 
Ashe James, r. 3356, 18th 
Ashe John H., r. 242, 7th 
Ashe John H. Jr., miner, r. 242, 7th 
Ashe Joseph P., employee Occidental Hotel, r. 

3415 Mission 
Ashe Mary, widow, r. 809 Mission 
Ashe Matthew, janitor, r. 6561^ Natoma 
Ashe Matthew, laborer, r. 3415 Mission 
Ashe Matthew J., r. 3356, 18th 
Ashe Patrick, warehouseman S. H. Frank & 

Co.. r. 807 York 
Ashe Peter, r. St. Mary's Hospital 
Ashe Richard C, messenger Anglo-Califor- 

nian Bank, r. 629 Locust 
Ashe R. Porter, atty-at-law, Safe Deposit 

Bldg., r. 1127 Bush 
Ashe William L., real estate Safe Deposit 

Bldg., r. 2315 Sacramento 
C^Ashe. See Ash and Asch 
Asheim Michael, salesman G. B. Robbins, r. 

207 Mason 
Asher Adolph, r. 1365 Golden Gate Av. 
Asher Albert, bookkeeper Garcia & Magglni, 

r. 908 O'Farrell 
Asher Alexander B., r. 227 Fair Oaks 
Asher Asher F., men's furnishings, 305 Gfant 

Av.. r. 1725 Buchanan 
Asher Bruns K., r. 1365 Golden Gate Av. 



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Asher Charles L., r. 253 Geary 

Asher Daniel (Conway & Asher) r. 628 Ash 

Av. 
Asher Eugene, teamster, r. I9O814 Larkin 
Asher Henry, merchant, r. 1315 Gough 
Asher Herman, ladies' tailor, 16 Turk 
ASHER HT7QO K. 

attorney-at-law, room 318 Safe Deposit 

Bldg., and asst. City and County Attorney, 

r. 1365 Golden Gate Av. 
Asher Isaac, flesher Legallet-Hellwig Tanning 

Co., r. 1 Fillmore PI. 
Asher Isaac J., collector M. Friedman & Co., 

r. 1463 Ellis 
i Asher Isador K., salesman, r. 1365 Golden Gate 
I Av. 

I Asher Jacob, r. 908 O'Farrell 
j Asher Jacob, tailor, r. 906% Folsom 
Asher Jacob C, inspector S. P. Co., r. 512 

Jones 
I Asher Maurice L., atty-at-Iaw, Clunie Bldg., 

r. 2513 Sacramento 
; Asher Max, salesman L. & G. Brenner, r. 908 

O'Farrell 
iAsher Max K., druggist Owl Drug Co., r. 1365 

Golden Gate Av. 
! Asher Minnie Mrs., furnished rooms, 317 Pow- 
ell, r. 253 Geary 
Asher Morris, painter, r. 1463 Ellis 
Asher Philip, helper H. E. Holmes & Co., r. 

10 Rausch 
Asher Philip, salesman A. F. Asher, r. 1725 

Buchanan 
Asher Rachel, widow, r. 67^^ Henry 
Asher Sadie Miss, tailoress, r. 10 Rausch 
Asher Samuel E., liquor dealer, r. 67% Henry 
:Asher Simon, r. 107 Trenton 
Asher William, salesman A. F. Asher, r. 1725 

Buchanan 
ICr Asher. Ascher 
Asherson Maurice, contracting freight agent 

New York Central Lines, r. 1830 Sutter 
Asherson Susanna, widow, r. 1830 Sutter 
Ashford Clarence W., atty-at-law Mills Bldg., 

r. 543 O'Farrell 
Ashford Josephine Miss, teacher music, r. 663 

Hayes 
Ashim Barach J., druggist, 557, 4th 
Ashim M. A. Mrs., r. 1530 Ellis 
Ashland Ruth Miss, bookkeeper Cal. College 

Osteopathy, r. 2517y2 Bryant Av. 
Ashland Sarah J., widow, r. 2517% Bryant 
Ashland The, 108 McAllister 
Ashland William E., bookkeeper Bonestell & 

Co., r. 2517% Bryant 
Ashland Woolen Mills, J. W. Collins agent, 

7-9 Battery 
Ashley Albert, clerk, r. 1039 Mission 
Ashley Charles H., undertaker Golden Gate 

Undertaking Co., r. 2506% Mission 
Ashley Delos R., r. 25V4 Ford 
Ashley Dexter C, clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. 2952b Folsom 
Ashley Edward, shipjoiner, r. 95 Steuart 
Ashley H. N., clerk traffic dept. Santa Fe 

System, r. 1039 Mission 
Ashley James H., supt. Aviary Golden Gate 

Park, r. 543 Frederick 
Ashlay Lizzie Mrs., furnished rooms, 1039 

Mission 
Ashley Sidney D., carpenter, r. 2952b Folsom 
Ashman Alonzo R., elevatorman, r. 722 Fol- 
: som 
Ashman Delia M., saleslady Sanborn, Vail & 

Co., r. 121 Silver 
jAshman John H., longshoreman, r. 722 Folsom 
i^shman William H., stevedore, r. 121 Silver 
Ashamn William H. Jr., freight clerk O. R. 
! & N. Co., r. 124 Silver 
Ashman William T., messenger Bank of Brit- 
; Ish Columbia, r. 772 Folsom 
IC?' Ashman. See Aschman 
Ashmead Gustavus S., carpenter, 1924 Bry- 
ant, r. 1920 Bryant 
Ashmore E. F. Mrs., furnished rooms, 88, 9th 
Ashmore William, bartender The Yosemite, 

r. 88, 9th 



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Ashton B. M. Mrs., widow, r. 2015 Broadway 
Ashton Charles (Ashton & Gardiner) r. 767 

Capp 
Ashton Epsa H., liquors, 42 McAllister, r. 457 

Eddy 
Ashton Frank, real estate, 411 Montgomery, 

r. Berkeley 
Ashton George W. H., asst. yard foreman 

Union Iron Wks., r. 23 Ruteledge Av. 
Ashton Jacob, carpenter, r. 1138 Page 
Ashton Rowland H., picklemaker Philip J. 

Maas, r. 120 Collingwood 
Ashton William, engineer, r. 116 Hawthorne 
Ashton William J., clerk, Allison, Neff & Co., 

r. 120 Collingwood 

ASHTON & GARDINER 

(Charles Ashton and Frank H. Gardiner), 
real estate and insurance agents, 411 
Montgomery 

[C^ Ashton. See Aston 

Ashtrom Henrietta, widow, r. 1109 Pacific 

Ashwander Joseph, hostler Henry Blanken, r. 

San Bruno Av. nr. county line 
Ashurst Cam B., farmer, r. 2425 Howard 
Ashurst M. Mrs., seamstress, r. 1045 Market 
Ashwood Essie, widow, r. 324 Tehama 
ASHWORTH CAFE THE 

Dick Williamson proprietor, 320 Mason, 
tel. Red 4362 
Ashworth Dolly E. Miss, compositor, r. 1213 

Sanchez 
Ashworth Frank P., dentist, 901 Haight 
ASHWORTH FRED D. 

dental surgeon, office and r. 2497 Mission, 
hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m., 
tel. Church 172 
Ashworth Margie N. Miss, stenographer, r. 

1213 Sanchez 
Ashworth Rose A. Mrs., r. 1213 Sanchez 
Ashworth The, 320 Mason 

Ashworth Thomas, capitalist, r. 806 McAllister 
Askago Mino, fisherman, r. 1315 Sansome 
Askins Grace L. Miss, bookkeeper New Eng- 
land Novelty and Metal Wks., r. 43, 11th 
Asman Ida Miss, bookkeeper Irvine Bros., r. 

573 Lombard 
Asman Ulrich H., compositor Janssen Print- 
ing & Binding Co., r. 573 Lombard 
Asman William C. A., r. 573 Lombard 
Asman Adolph F., insurance, r. 910 Wash- 
ington 
Asmann Adolph J., gasfitter Gas Consumers' 

Assn., r. Oakland 
Asmus John, r. 1589 Turk 
Asmussen Adolph J., laborer, r. 827 Folsom 
Asmussen Alfred, plumbing, 2531 Mission 
Asmussen Brothers (Gustave and George) 

wood and coal, 407, 8th 
Asmussen Carl W., tinsmith, r. 2852, 2l3t 
Asmussen Charles, laborer Western Sugar 

Ref., r. 26th and Shotwell 
Asmussen Charles L., clerk, r. 401, 8th 
Asmussen George (Asmussen Bros.) r:^1191% 

Harrison 
Asmussen George, insurance, r. 887 Capp 
Asmussen George J., clerk Postoffice, r. 1191% 

Harrison 
Asmussen Gustave (Asmussen Bros.) r. 401, 

8th 
Asmussen M., seaman str. Walla Walla 
Asmussen Matthew, teamster, r. 14 Beideman 
Asmussen Susan Mrs., drygoods, 401, 8th 
Asmussen Thomas, rigger, r. 114% Tehama 



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Asmussen William, fireman Pac. Gas Imp. 
Co., r. 3024 Laguna 

Asmussen William A., r. 401, Sth 

Aspano Frank, r. 2 Bartol 

Aspden George, blacksmith, r. Connecticut 
bet. 22d and 23d 

Aspden George H., journalist Examiner, r. 
1423b Bush 

Aspden Martha Miss, teacher music, r. Con- 
necticut bet. 22d and 23d 

Aspden Matthias, blacksmith Union Iron 
Wks., r. Connecticut bet. 22d and 23d 

Aspden Minnie Miss, stenographer, r. Connec- 
ticut bet. 22d and 23d 

Aspden Ornen A., canmaker Union Can Co., r. 
1329 Filbert 

Aspe Martha, domestic, 2478 Bush 

Asper Albert, watchman Cal. Milk Co., r. 2967 
25th 

Asper William J., teamster, r. 775 Folsom 

Asphaltum Roofing Co., 534i^ California 

Aspin James, laborer, r. 314 Iowa 

Aspland Ernst, barber, r. 506a Turk 

Aspland Sydney, real estate, 916 Market, r. 
Berkeley 

Asplund Adolph F., mastermariner, r. 325, 1st 

Assalino Domingo, rancher, r. Visitacion Val- 
ley 

Assanti Basilio, fruits, r. 16 Merritt 

Assanti Louis, clerk Louis Bini 

Asselmeyer Herman, baker Swain's Bakery, 
r. 69 Minna 

Assembly Hall, 1412 Polk 

Assembly Room, Mills Bldg., 2d floor 

ASSESSOR CITY AND COUNTY 
City Hall, 1st floor 

Assin Frank, r. 614 Broadway 

Assion Joseph, r. 348, 3d 

Assmann Joseph A., clerk H. Scheunerf, r. 
435 Eddy 

Assmuss Carl, cooper Cal. Wine Assn., r. 
3044, 24th 

Assmuss Carl W., groceries, 3044, 24th 

ASSOCIATED ASSURANCE CO. LIMITED THE 
composed of Munich Re-Insurance Co., 
limited (of Munich) and Alliance Insur- 
ance Co., limited (of Berlin) Gutte & 
Frank managers, 303 California 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

Oliver Eldridge president, Miss Virginia 
Fitch, general secretary, 601 Commercial 

Associated Manufacturers, Arthur Bray, sec- 
retary, 109 California 

ASSOCIATED PRESS THE 

(Western Division) Paul Cowles superin- 
tendent, 302 Montgomery 

Associated Veterans Mexican War, 22 O'Far- 
rell 

Associated Wholesale Grocers of California, 
H. D. Loveland genl. representative, 123 
California 

Assurance Co. of America (New York) Win- 
field S. Davis, genl. agent, 215 Sansome 

Ast Eberhard L., barber, 3439, 16th 

Ast Frederick J., butcher R. Strahle, r. 1248 
Sanchez 

Ast Theresa Mrs., tailoress. r. 18 Harriet 

Ast William C, butcher R. Strahle, r. 1248 
Sanchez 

Aste Louis, fisherman, r. 9 Flint Alley 

Aster George W., foreman Western Agencies 
Co., r. Alameda 

Astfalk William, steward, r. 114 Jackson 

Astiz Martin, confectioner, r. 1036 Pacific 



Aston John, musician, r. 3121 Stelner 
Aston William S., engineer Pac. Power Co.» 

r. 26 Laurel PI. 
Astor Sydney, waiter str. Columbia 
ASTORO AL.PHONSE 

butcher and proprietor Astorg Springs 

Mineral Water, 108, 5th 
Astorg Marcellin, butcher Alphonse Astorg, r. 

108, 5th 
ASTORG SPRINGS MINERAL WATER 

(Cobb Valley, Lake Co.) Alphonse Astorg 

propr., 108, 5th 
Astoria Box Co., 431 California 
Astredo Abbie L., widow, r. 606 Folsom 
Astredo Abigal S., widow, r. 912^^ Vallejo 
Astredo Humbert, bookkeeper Mack & Co., r. 

912 Vallejo 
Astredo Joseph C, supt. Church Homo for 

Men and Boys, 606 Folsom 
Astrom John W., asst. keeper Bonita Point 

Light House Station 
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, F. R. ZieJ 

secretary, 819 Market 
Astroski Samuel Mrs., widow, r. 1214 Geary 
Astrup Henry F., 1st officer str. Signal, r. 

3748, 224 
Aszmann M., coppersmith Risdon I. & L. 

Wks., r. 560 Howard 
ATCHINSON B. M. & CO. 

(Edward L. Cutten and Joseph StalderV 

dairy produce, 2, 4, 61 and 63 Union Square 

Market, tel. Grant 141 
Atchinson Thomas, r. 317 PoweU 
C^Atchinson. See Acheson, Ackeraon, Ait- 

chison, Atchison and Atkinson 
Atchison Frank, elevatorman, 220 Sutter, r. 

231, 2d 
Atchison John, laborer, r. 333 Louisiana 
Atchison Margaret Mrs., r. Our Lady's Home 
Atchison Samuel H., plumber, r. 425 Dolores 
Atchison Silas, elevator operator Dr. Meyers 

& Co., r. 435 Bush 
Atchison Thomas A., policeman, r. 702 Fell 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., 

628 Market 
Atchison William, papercarrier, r. 1328 San- 

Atchley Holsey S., r. 416% Larkin 

Aten Mathias C, woodworker C. Falkenstein,. 
r. 15% Collingwood 

Atha F. P., salesman J. A. Folger & Co. 

Athanasiade Alexander M., carrier Postoflace» 
r. 36 Mary 

Athanasiade Marco, r. 36 Mary 

Athearn Charles H., accountant, r. 1011 Treat 
Av. 

Athearn Mary A., widow, r. 1011 Treat Av 

Athearn Sophie Miss, teacher Hearst Gram- 
mar School, r. Alameda 

Atheneum Hall, 2102a Howard 

Athenour Aime D., waiter, r. 1543, 16th A.v. 
South 

Athenour Madeline, widow, r. S04a yallejo 

Atherden Mary E., widow, r. 121 Bartlett 

Atherstone Thomas S., real estate, 819 Market,, 
r. Oakland 

Atherton Emma Mrs., dressmaking, 1208 Lar- 
kin 

Atherton John W., driver Goldbeig, Bowen & 
Co., r. 1208 Larkin 

Atherton Joseph N., barber, J. Ottenberg, r. 
860 McAllister 

Atherton W. F., distributor L. J. Jordan &. 
Co., r. 1909 Mission 

Athey James L., carpenter, r. 232 Jersey 

Athey Oliver O., clerk, r. 332 Jersey 

Athey Oscar P., clerk, r. 332 Jersey 

Athey William E., gripman Sutter St. Ry . r. 
2528% Sutter 

Athias John, groceries, SW. cor. Geary aa4 
Broderick, r. 1312% Broderick 

Atkins Albert J., physician, 935 Sutter 

Atkins Alburtis, adv. agent Examiner, r 1154 
Guerrero 

Atkins Barney, horsetrainer, r 501 Leaven- 
worth 



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Atkins Chester H. (R. C. Atkins & Sons) 123 

Montgomery- 
Atkins Eben, porter Holbrook, Merrill iS- 

Stetson, r. 503 Greenwich 
Atkins George, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 231 

13th 
Atkins H. W., barber William Lane, r. 22fi 

4th 
Atkins Ida Mrs., r. 2 Essex PI. 
Atkins J. Henry P., manager W. K. Vickery, 

r. Oakland 
Atkins John, bartender T. Bagan, r. 708% Fol- 

som 
Atkins John, laborer, r. 304, 3d 
Atkins John, laborer Am. Steel and Wire Co. 

r. 1813 Stockton 
Atkina John, machinist, r. 1988 Folsom 
Atkins Margaret E., widow, r. 4247, 24th 
Atkins Milton H., physician, 807 Van Ness Av. 

ATKINS R. C. & SONS 

(Robert C, Robert S. and Chester H. 
Atkins), men's furnishers and shirt- 
makers, agents Dr. Jaeger's underwear, 
123-125 Montgomery, tel. Red 1481 
Atkins Robert C. (R. C. Atkins & Sons) r. 

1348 Hyde 
Atkins Robert L., conductor, r. 422, 5th Av. 
Atkins Robert S. (R. C. Atkins & Sons) r. 1306 

Masonic Av. 
Atkins Samuel, boltcutter Payne's Bolt Wks., 

r. 606 Folsom 
ICT Atkins. See Adkins 
Atkinson A. A. Mrs., teacher music, r. 348 

Hayes 
Atkinson Albert A., joiner Schussler Bros., r. 

348 Hayes 
Atkinson Catherine, widow, r. 5 Welsh 
Atkinson Daniel, r. 419 Brannan 
Atkinson David, laborer, r. 422 Harriet 
Atkinson David, laundryman Boys' and Girls' 

Aid Soc, r. 426 Baker 
Atkinson David Mrs., r. 823 Filbert 
Atkinson David R., asst. city agent Commer- 
cial Union Assurance Co., r. 11 Clemen- 
tina. 
Atkinson Delia, widow, r. 422 Harriet 
Atkinson Edgar L., solicitor G. H. Umbsen 

& Co., r. 417 Devisadero 
Atkinson Edwin V., bookkeeper Cluett, Pea- 
body & Co., r. 162 Alpine 
Atkinson Emma Miss, tailoress, r. 306, 7th 
Atkinson Francis, engineer, r. 1312% Castro 
Atkinson Frank J., druggist J. H. Boyson, r. 

293 Page 
Atkinson George, driver, r. 1639 Eddy 
Atkinson George, messenger Gas Consumers' 

Assn., r. 2517 Folsom 
Atkinson George F., Cal. wood novelties, 427 

Kearny, r. 11 Clementina 
Atkinson Grace D. Mrs., tailoress, r. 702 Post 
Atkinson Hannah, widow, r. 293 Page 
Atkinson Harold L., with Campbell & Cav- 

agnaro, r. Bast Berkeley 
Atkinson Harry L., bookkeeper Page, 
McCutchen, Harding & Knight, r. 1356 Sac- 
ramento 
Atkinson Henry, blacksmith, r. 306, 7th 
Atkinson Henry, laborer, r. 12 Natoma 
Atkinson Henry C, driver, r. 1209% Bush 
Atkinson James, liquors, 2 California 
Atkinson John M., machinist Fulton Eng. & 
Ship Bldg. Wks., r. NW. cor. 16th and 
Folsom 
Atkinson John R., foreman G. G. Park, r. 110, 

12th Av. 
Atkinson John V., bartender John C. Welsh, 

r. 902 Illinois 
Atkinson John W., clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 1415 Larkin 
Atkinson Joseph A., stickerhand, r. 422 Har- 
riet 
Atkinson Joseph J., horsetrainer G. G. Park, 

r. 411 Bank 
Atkinson Mary, widow, r. 306, 7th 
Atkinson Mary H. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 293 
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Atkinson Oliver M., clerk Goldberg, Bo wen & 

Co., r. 1636 Eddy 
Atkinson Philip Q., billiard man Cafe Royal 

r. 582 McAllister 
Atkinson Phoebe, widow, r. 1611 Clay 
ATKINSON BEEVES UBS. 

matron San Francisco Sanitarium, r. 390 

Bryant 
Atkinson Robert H., gripman Market St. Ry. 

r. 1926 Howard 
Atkinson Robert W., machinehand Weston 

Basket & Mfg. Co., r. 3818 Army 
Atkinson Rose H., widow, r. 371 Minna 
ATKINSON THOMAS E. 

public accountant and auditor, 419 Cali- 
fornia, rooms 1-2 
Atkinson Thomas J., laborer, r. 422 Harriet 
Atkinson Thomas T., bookkeeper Cal. Fruit 

Canners' Assn., r. 2508 Clay 
Atkinson Walter S., apprentice Union Iron 

Wks., r. 13121/2 Castro 
Atkinson Wilhelmina Mrs., r. 1722 Pacific Av. 
Atkinson William, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 504, 20th 
Atkinson William E., waiter Bohemian Club, 

r. 1316 Stockton 
Atkinson William H., president Congrega- 
tional Ministers' Club, r. San Rafael 
Atkinson William J., carpenter, r. 2517 Folsom 
C^ Atkinson. See Acheson, Acke^so^^ Ad- 

kinson, Aitchison and Atchinson 
Atlantic Brush Co. (James C. and Robert 

Blair) brushes, etc., 510 Montgomery 
ATLANTIC FISH CO. 

H. M. Coleby agent, dried and pickled fish, 

215 Sacramento 
Atlantic Free Warehouse, Danforth Ware- 
house Co, proprs., SE. cor. Battery and 

Broadway 
ATLANTIC GULF AND PACIFIC CO. 

H. Krusi Pacific Coast manager, 220 Mar- 
ket 
Atlantic Straw Works, 104, 5th 
Atlantic U. S. Bonded Tea Warehouse, Dan- 

forth Warehouse Co., proprs., SE. cor. 

Battery and Broadway 
Atlantic U. S. Bonded Warehouse, Danforth 

Warehouse Co., proprs., 718 Battery 
ATLAS ASSUBANCE CO. 

(of London, Eng.) H. M. Newhall & Co., 

city agents, 309 Sansome 
Atlas Building and Loan Association, 304 

Montgomery 
Atlas Milling Co., 114 Davis 
ATLAS PIPE WBENCH COMPANY 

Thomas J. Watson secretary, 51 Flood 

Bldg. 
Atlas The, 333 Geary 

Atmore Robert R., mfrs.' agent, 206 Kearny 
Atted Walter, butcher, r. 1920 Stockton 
Attell Abraham S., watchmaker L. H. 

Scharer, r. 11% Cedar Av. 
Attell Annie Mrs., pawnbroker, 255, 3d 
Attell Coleman, pawnbroker, 103, 3dr r. 1312 

Buchanan 
Attell Jacob, manager C. Attell, ,r. 410% Na- 

tomal 
Attell Joseph, r. 214 Sweeney 
Attell Joseph, junk, 255, 9d 
Attell Joseph H., tailor, 635 Kearny, r. 11% 

Cedar Av. 
Attell Louis, seaman, r. 103, 1st 
Attell Meyer, barber, r. 255, 3d 
Attell Sieman, r. 11% Cedar Av. 



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^*j Attenfeldt Walter, baker str. Newport 
^j Atthowe Ernest, bookkeeper G. Ginocchio & 
Co.. r. 1515% Broadway 

Atthowe Martha, widow, r. 2317a Jackson 
■ Atthowe Reginald, clerk Goodall, Perkins & 

I Co.. r. 2317a Jackson 

" Atthowe William C, clerk R. Doepfner, r. 

I 713 York 

Atthowe William J., mate str. Constance, r. 
2317a Jackson 

Attillio Peter, liquors. 519 Pacific 

Attinger Adolph. stereotyper Examiner, r. 
1037 Xoe 

Attinger Christian P.. tailor PYed W. Attin- 
ger, r. 412 McAllister 

Attinger Fred W., tailor, 1130 Turk 

Attinger George J., salesman J. T. Poheim, r. 
228 Clipper 

Attinger John, cutter J. T. Poheim, r. 1037 
Noe 

Attinger Salome, widow, r. 228 Clipper 

Attorney City, City Hall. 3d floor 

Attorney District. Hall of Justice, 3d floor 

ATTORNEY GENERAL STATE OF CALIFORNIA 
1204-1206 Claus Spreckels Bldg. 

Attorney United States, Appraisers' Bldg. 

Attridge Arthur (Buckley & Attridge) r. 224 
Noe 

Attridge Edmund J., porter, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 

Attridge Ellen Miss, r. Our Lady's Home 

Attridge James, r. 2005 Leavenworth 

Attridge James, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 
922 Michigan 

Attridge John G., policeman, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 

Attridge John T., operator Cahn, Nickelsburg 
& Co., r. 13051^ Broadway 

Attridge Marguerita, widow, r. 1305% Broad- 
waj' 

Attridge Nellie Miss, stenographer Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., r. 224 Noe 

Attridge Richard, porter, r. 2005 Leavenworth 

Attridge Thomas, laborer, r. 262 Harriet rear 

Attridge Thomas J., porter, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 

Attridge Walter, apprentice P. T. Taylor & 
Co.. r. 224 Noe 

Attridge William J., atty-at-law, r. 2005 
Leavenworth 

Attwood A. F., r. New Washington Hotel 

Attwood George E., bookkeeper, r. 2512 McAl- 
lister 

C? Attwood. See Atwood 

Atwater Adrian B., usher, r. 409%, 13th 

Atwater Cortez L., lineman, r. 15 Oak 

Atwater Herbert (Atwater & Brennan) r. *48 
Fremont 

Atwater Leonard E., 2d oflicer str. Costa 
Rica, r. 210 East South 

Atwater William L., carpenter engineer dept. 
U. S. A., r. 308% Lily Av. 

Atwater & Brennan (Herbert Atwater and Ed- 
ward Brennan) wagonmakers, 623 Brannan 

Atwell Allen L., clerk 'Voss, Conrad & Co., r. 
628 Sutter 

Atwell Cassius, 
Hospital 

Atwell Edmund, machinist Elec. Engineering 
Co., r. Oakland 

Atwell Francis, dentist, 1508 Market 

ATWOOD ALFRED L. 

Attorney-at-law, 1215-1216 Claus Spreckels 
Bldg., r. 1127 Bush 

Atwood Amelia J., widow, r. 3379, 20th 



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Atwood A. R., oiler stmr. Australia 

Atwood August, chiropodist. 75, 3d 

Atwood Austin D., clerk Chronicle, r. 127 
Perry 

Atwood C. H., master bktn. Encore, 22 Mar- 
ket 

Atwood Edward N., supt. Cal. Agencies Union 
Mutual Life Ins. Co., 419 California 

Atwood Ella Miss, stenographer Owens Var- 
ney & Green, r. 122% Silver 

Atwoo-d Frederick B., salesman, r. 125 Turk 

Atwood George, r. 526 Kearny 

Atwood George A., r. 2520 Folsom 

Atwood George E., foreman Anspacher Bros., 
r. 127 Perry 

Atwood George E. Jr., druggist Emery P. 
Gates & Co., r. 122% Silver 

Atwood Henry R., Port Warden, oflSce foot 
Clay and marine surveyor George W. Mo- 
Near. r. Oakland 

Atwood John A., hamessmaker, 574, 4th, r. 
127 Perry 

Atwood John S.. plumber, r. 423 Ellis 

Atwood Joseph C, r. 630b Minna 

ATWOOD PHOTO ENGRAVING CO. 
(W. W. Atwood and D. E. Bigelow) 529 
Clay 

Atwood Robert, electrician, r. 740 Laurel Av. 

Atwood William, student, r. 3039 Sacramento 

Atwood William A., dentist, r. 207 Larkia 

Atwood William W. (Atwood Photo Engrav- 
ing Co.) r. Oakland 

(Cr Atwood. See Attwood 

Atzeroth Edlef, groceries, 336, 5th 

Atzeroth Frederick W. H. (Atzeroth & Ben- 
del) r. 420 Scott 

Atzeroth Henry B., warehouseman Hooker & 
Co., r. 420 Scott 

Atzeroth Henry P., liquors, NE. cor. 10th and 
Howard, r. 56 Erie 

Atzeroth & Bendel ( Frederick W. H. Atzeroth 
and Louis Bendel) liquors, NW. cor. Sac- 
ramento and East 

Atzlenger Mates, cabinetmaker, r. 242% Har- 
riet 

Atzman Michael, coppersmith, r. 560 Howard 

Aubaille Joseph, painter J. St. Denis & Co. 

Auber Frederick, baker Rusa House 

Aubert Albert, r. 9 Union PI. 

Aubert Edward A., butcher, r. 9 Union PI. 

Aubert Joseph, bartender Coustette & Cou- 
deu 

Aubert Julius D., liquors NW. cor. Steiner 
and Turk 

Aubert Lucien J., exchange clerk London, 
Paris and American Bank. r. 1314 O'Far- 
rell 

Aubert Martael, lodgings. 605 Broadway 

AUBIN AUGUSTE H. 

cigars and tobacco 1 Grant Av., 801 Mar- 
ket and 43 Eddy, r. 810b Geary 

Aubry Charles B., molder National Iron 
Wks., r. 141 Jersey 

Aubry Edmund E., real estate and insurance, 
2245 Mission, r. 141 Jersey 

Aubry George, cook Paul Wichrowski, r. 716 
Broadway 

Aubry John A., patent medicines, r. 257, 7th 

Audemard Catherine, widow, r. 4'78 Tehama 

Audemard Jules P., musician, r. 478 Tehama 

Audemard Leon A., papercarrier, r. 478 Te- 
hama 

Audersch Emma, widow, r. 309, 7th 

Audet J. L., sweeper City St. Imp. Co., r. 737 
Mission 

AUDET LOXTIS 

offices and furnished rooms, 20 O'Farrell, 
tel. James 857 

Audibest Gustave, packer Crown Paper Co., 
r. 810% Hampshire 

AUDITOR CITY AND COUNTY 
City Hall. 1st floor 

Auditorium The, lodgings, 410 Post 

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Woods, Munn & Pichter, proprietors, 
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L. J. Bennett proprietor, rooms witli or 
without board, 1105 Hyde cor. California 

Auer Andrew, liquors, 760 Howard 
AUER BEBNABD A. 

i general agent Aetna Life Ins. Co. (Acci- 
dent Dept.) Safe Deposit Bldg., r. Golden 
Gate, Cal. 
Auer Carl J., woodturner, r. 25 Aileen Av. 
! Auer Charles, r. 1714 Market 
Auerbach Alfred (Auerbach & Thompson) r. 

1925 O'Farrell 
I Auerbach Bertha, widow, r. H\2V2 Sacramento 
i Auerbach E., physician, 2505 Green 
; Auerbach Evelyn A., reporter Mutual Mer- 
I cantile Agency, r. 2505 Green 
I Auerbach Julius, r. 1538 Post 
I Auerbach Leopold, capitalist, r. 1538 Post 
I Auerbach Milton, r. 1538 Post 
' Auerbach & Thompson (Alfred Auerbach and 
David Thompson) proprs. Pacific Fringe 
Factory, 115 Minna 
• Auert John, butler, r. 812 Kearny 
: Aufderheide Albert, waiter, r. 416 Taylor 
Aufenanger John, boltcutter Payne's Bolt 

Wks., r. 549 Howard 
Aufenanger William, ironworker Treaux Mfg. 

Co., r. 405 Folsom 
Aufrichtig Louis, mfrs.' agent Phelan Bldg., 

r. 11^ Golden Gate Av. 
Aufrichtig Moritz, jeweler, r. 509 PYanklin 
Aufrichtig Ray Miss, saleslady J. Levin & 

Co., r. 509 Franklin 
Aufrichtig Samuel, watchmaker, 5l^ Taylor, r. 

509 Franklin 
Aufrichtig Samuel Jr., clerk, r. 1638 Buchanan 
Auga Joseph, salesman Bayle, Lacoste & Co., 

r. 1144 Market 
AUQAS JULES J. 

propr. City Hall French Laundry, 423i4 
Turk 
Augenblick Jacob, tailor, r. lllB Langton 
' Augenblick Marc (Marc Augenblick & Co.) r. 
610 Van Ness Av. 
Augenblick Marc & Co. (Marc Augenblick) 

liquors, 1047 Market 
Augenblick Rachael Miss, seamstress, r. lllB 

Langton 
Auger Albert, clerk Baldwin Jewelry Co., r. 

625% Larkin 
Auger Albert W., polisher, r. 316 Octavia 
Auger B. Eugene, secretary Derbec Blue 

Gravel Mining Co., r. 806 Franklin 
Auger Constant J., jeweler. Chronicle Bldg., 

r. 625% Larkin 
Auger F. Mrs., millinery, 143 Post, r. 625% 

Larkin 
Auger Harry L., framemaker, r. 316 Octavia 
Auger John, r. 625% Larkin 
Auger Louis F., polisher, r. 740 Vermont 
Auger Louis N., brassfinisher Joseph Budde, 

r. Alameda 
Augsburger John, metalworker J. C. Lawson, 

r. 301 Jones 
Augsburger William E., conductor Market St. 

Ry., r. 1525 Valencia 
Augst Joseph, liquors, 199 Valencia, r. 52, 13th 
Augstein Charles E., butcher, r. 2043 Folsom 
Augstein Clara E. Miss, dressmaker, r. 2043 

Folsom 
Augstein Emily Mrs., nurse, r. 2043 Folsom 
Augstein Henry, barber, SW. cor. 19th and 

Folsom, r. 2043 Folsom 
Augstein WUUiam H., plumber Chas. Rehn, r. 

2043 Folsom 
August Albert, packer Preservaline Mfg. Co., 

Co., r. 347, 30th 
Augusteo Antone, helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. Berkeley 
Augustine Annie, widow, r. 96 Chenery 
Augustine Gus, floorman Railroad Brewery 
Augustine Gustav, laborer Gray Bros. 
Augustine John, r. 96 Chenery 
Augustine Marie Miss, r. 3642, 20th 
Augustine Raymond, laborer, r. 3642, 20th 



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Augustine Walter W., sign painter, 905 Fol- 
som 
Augustine Wilhelm, cabinetmaker Henry 

Krasky, r. Alameda 
Augustine William, bellman Palace Hotel, r. 

96 Chenery 
Augustino G. D., r. 1018 Montgomery 
Augustiny John, millhand Yolo Mills, r. 26 

Marye Terrace 
Augustiny Peter F., fish, 829 Valencia 
Augustiny William, restaurant, 233, 6th 
Augustus Frank A., porter Kragen Furn. Co., 

r. 1149 Mission 
Aula Frank, porter, r. 413% Green 
Aula Joseph, confectioner Rothschild & Eh- 

renpfort, r. 413 Green 
Auld Frances Miss, compositor James H. 

Barry, r. 608% Leavenworth 
Auld George W., plumber, r. 26 Boyce 
Auld Harry, machinist, r. 26 Boyce 
Auld John, carpenter, r. 2823, 16th 
Auld John J., r. 214 Perry 
Auld Robert W., laborer Sutter St. Ry., r. 26 

Boyce 
Auld Royal I., railway postal clerk, r. Oak- 
land 
Auld William P., clerk, r. 608% Leavenworth 
Aulert Emelio, employee Palace Hotel, r. 725 

Sansome 
Auletti Alfonzo, r. 1525 Dupont 
Auletti Frank, machinist Eureka Boiler 

Wks., r. 1525 Dupont 
Aulieff Harry, clerk local freight office S. P. 

Co., r. 230 Farallones 
Aullmann Abraham, clerk, r. 788 Geary 
Ault A. J., laborer, r. 529 Sansome 
Ault Charles G., groceries, 934 Hyde 
Ault Ellen, widow, r. 568 Mission 
Ault Matthas. r. 607 Powell 
Ault Matthias P., teamster, r. 615, 7th 
lE^Ault. See Alt and Auld 
Aumiller Bertha, widow, r. 20 Stockton PI. 
Aune Peder O.. salesman Stein, Simon & Co., 

r. 5 Vasserot PI. 
Auradon Eugenie, widow, r. 1309 Powell 
Auradou A. Leon, collector, r. 908 Jackson 
Auradou John J., butcher G. D. Bunker, r. 

660 Brannan 
Auradou Jules, porkpacker G. D. Bunker, r. 

660 Brannan 
Auradou Jules Jr., butcher G. D. Bunker, r. 

660 Brannan 

AURAPHONE THE 

restores lost hearing, corrects defective 
hearing, prevents deafness, invisible 
when in the ear. For sale by F. F. Finlay, 
529 EUis 

Aureguy Fortune, bookkeeper Simon Silver- 
berg, r. 1411 Powell 

Aureguy Michael, carpenter, r. 4 Magner PI. 

Aurich Abraham, r. 1329 Laguna 

Aurich Charles W., salesman Greensfelder & 
Co., r. 1329 Laguna ^ 

Aurich Gabriel, clerk Colman Co., r. 1329 La- 
guna 

Aurich Gustave P., clerk Newman & Levin- 
son, r. 1329 Laguna 

Aurich Leon S., clerk Nordman Bros., r. 1329 
Laguna 

Auroux Louis, mason, r. 725 Sansome 

Aurrecoechea J. Mrs., widow, r. 932 Jackson 

Aurrecoechea Louis, dental student, r. 932 
Jackson 



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Auser Frederick, clerk Pacific Pine Co., r. 227, 

«th 
Aust Frank, salesman L. & M. Alexander & 

Co. 
Aust Walter C, 1st ofllcer stmr. San Bias, r. 

129 Perry 
Austerloh Caroline, widow, r. 4311, 25th 
Austin Ada Mrs. dressmaking, 1911% Mission 
Austin Albert, pressman H. S. Crocker Co., 

r. 269 Lexington Av. 
Austin Albert L., asst, supt. Bowers Rubber 

Co., r. 202 Fillmore 
Austin Annie, widow, r. 3 Eddy PI. 
Austin Arthur, mfgs.' agent, 916 Market, r. 

Fruitvale 
Austin B. Frank, r. 688 Sutter 
Austin Charles, master schr. John G. North, 

office 302 California 
Austin Charles F., driver, r. 80 Scyamore Av. 
Austin Christopher, fireman stmr, Acapulco, 

r. 512%, 2d 
Austin C. R., waiter stmr. Peru 
Austin Edith Miss, bookbinder, r. 24 Perry 
Austin Edward, coachman, r. 812 Kearny 
Austin Edward, teamster, r. 211 Shotwell 
Austin Edward A., clerk, r. 529 Sacramento 
Austin Edwin, longshoreman, r. 24 Perry 
Austin Emeline A., widow, r. 714 Shotwell 
Austin Emma Miss, dressmaker, r. 714 Shot- 
well 
Austin Emma Miss, telephone operator, r. 24 

Perry 
Austin Ernest, cook stmr. San Jose 
Austin Florence Miss, candymaker, r. 24 Perry 
Austin P. M. Mrs., widow, r. 1432 Geary 
Austin Frank, clerk John Beischl, r. 539 

Washington 
Austin Frank B., sawyer S. H. Austin, r. 

Ross Valley 
Austin Frederick C, candymaker The Chutes, 

r. 763 Cole 
Austin Freight and Transportation Co. (0. G. 

Scott and Wallace Austin) 313 Davis 
Austin George, salesman, r. 631a Ellis 
Austin George, teamster Cal. Construction 

Co., r. 3525, 17th 
Austin George E., brushmaker J. W. Treve- 

thick, r. 1911% Mission 
Austin George T., wholesale candy, 236P, 12th 
Austin James, seaman, r. 512%, 2d 
Austin J. G., clerk, r. 128 Powell 
Austin John, helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., r. 

264, 12th 
Austin John, laborer, r. 1830% Howard 
Austin John L., engineer str. Mariposa 
AUSTIN JOSEPH 

freight adjuster Pacific Mail Steamship 

Co. and Occidental and Oriental Steamship 

Co., office cor. Ist and Brannan, r. 340 

Page 
Austin L. A. Mrs., widow, dressmaking, 869 

Bryant 
Austin Louis C, student, r. 3639, 17th 
Austin Lynn, clerk Palace Hotel, r. 504 O'Far- 

rell 
Austin Marshall, mechanic, r. 236F, 12th 

AUSTIN M. O. 

physician and surgeon, office 19th and Mis- 
sion (Grazer's Pharmacy) hours 9:30 to 11 
a. m., 3 to 4 and 6:30 to 7:30 p. m., tel. Mis- 
sion 171, r. 19th and Guerrero, tel. White 
761 
Austin Ralph 0., electrician, r. 2807 California 






AUSTIN R. B. 

office 366 Parrott Bldg. 
Austin Richard, porter C. M. Volkman & Co., 

r. 116 Drumm 
Austin Robert H., bookkeeper E. E. George 

Shoe Co., r. Oakland 
Austin Sarah, widow, r. 572 Lombard 
Austin Stephen H., cigarbox factory, 432, 4th, 

r. 714 Shotwell 
Austin Thomas, laborer Pac. Gas Imp. Co., 

r. 1844 Union 
Austin Wallace (Austin & Co. and Austin 

Freight and Transportation Co.) r. 827 

Harrison 
Austin & Co. (Wallace Austin) draymen, S13 

Davis 
AUSTIN'S SALARY LOAN CO. 

366 Parrott Bldg. 
Australian Dispatch Line of Clipper Ships, 

418 California 
Austrian Benevolent Society, 413 Sutter 
Austrian Hall, 517 Sutter 
Austrian Wire Works, 283 Stevenson 
AUSTRO-HUNQARIAN CONSULATB 

Francis Korbel consul, 203 Battery 
AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN VERITAS 

(Trieste) bureau for classification of Tea- 
sels, Mohns & Kaltenbach agents, 29 Mar- 
ket 
Autagne August, r. 213 Victoria 
Autagne Charles, packer Jones-Paddock Co., 

r. 213 Victoria 
Autagne George, r. 213 Victoria 
Autagne George L., painter, r. 501 Plymouth 

Av. 
Autard Eugene, laundryman Dominican Mon- 

Autey William, waiter, r. 538, 9th 

AUTOGRAPHIC REGISTER CO. 

A. H. Adams president and manager, 523 
Market, tel. Clay 970 

Automatic Electric Alarm Co., 420 California 

AUTOMATIC INTERCONNECTING TELEPHONE 
Co., 511-512 Hearst Bldg., tel. Main 5087 

Automatic Prepayment Meter-Attachment Co. 
113 Phelan Bldg 

AUTOMATIC SEWING MACHINE 
A. T. Eggleston manager, 334 Post 

Autzen Henry, r. 16 Beaver 

Autzen Peter, apprentice J. Richardson, r. 16 
Beaver 

AUXILIARY (PACIFIC) FIRE ALARM 

Louis Sloss Jr. president, W. Hanson sec- 
retary, A. Clarke general superintendent, 
309 Claus Spreckels Bldg. 

Auzerais Building, 21 Powell 

Auzerais House, 111 Geary 

Avan Arthur, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 
r. 1616 Dolores 

Avandell The, 120 Ellis 

Avans G. W., oiler str. San Jose 

Avansino Anton, r. 708 Green 

Avansino David, teamster, r. 728 Green 

Avansino George, blacksmith, r. 708 Green 

Avansino Louis, teamster, r. 708 Green 

Ave Francis M., porter Roth, Blum & Co., r. 
311 Rutledge Av. 

Avenue House, 220 Montgomery Av. 

Aver James H., liquors, SE. cor. 20th and 
Kentucky 

Averdieck Richard, bookkeeper Julius Wlnt- 
zer, r. 544 Sanchez 

Averell Sarah B. Mrs., r. 1637 Mission 

Averell Wilson, r. 810 Powell 

Averlll A. B., baskets, 638 Post 

Averill Charles, bartender C. Coleman, r. 16 
Mason 

Averlll George W., atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., 
r. 120, nth 

Averill Isaac S., clerk Cafe Royal, r. 728 Sut- 
ter 

Averill James P., asst. dept. manager Em- 
porium, r. 1008 Hyde 

Avery Dean R. (D. R. Avery & Co.) r. 708 
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lVEBY D. R. & CO. 

(Dean R. Avery) fruits and vegetables, 
Union Square Market 
.very EMith Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1347 Florida 
.very Edward E., Ins., r. 1732 Baker 
.very Edwin L., fruitgrower, r. 435 Eddy 
.very Elizabeth C. Mrs., r. 2629 MlsSlon 
.very Emma, widow, r. 8 Lizzie 
.very Eugene H. Rev., acting pastor West- 
minister Presbyterian Church, r. 1102 Fell 
.very, EugeneL., vocalist, r. 318 Turk 
.very Fidelius P., elevatr operator 212 San- 
some, r. Berkeley 
.very Francis, accountant John W. Pew, r. 

Sausalito 
ivery Frank A., pantryman Cliff House 
.very Harry, teamster, r. 415 Natoma 
Lvery James O., driver, r. 4320, 19th 
.very Jennie Mrs., dressmaking, 737 Laguna 
I very Judson, salesman D. R. Avery & Co., 

r. Temescal 
Lvery Manuel, apprentice Cahill & Hall Ele- 
vator Co., r. West Berkeley 
.very Mary A., widow, r. 733 Bush 
.very R. B. & Co. (Richard B. Avery) job 

printers, 105, 9th 
.very Richard B. (R. B. Avery & Co.) r. 105, 

9th 
very Robert J., blockmaker, r. 48% Silver 
.very William A., upholsterer, r. 1347 Florida 
wVEBY WILLIAM H. 

general agent Toyo Kisen Kaisha (Oriental 
Steamship Co.) 421 Market, rooms 60-61, 
r. Occidental Hotel 
.viani Giovanni, cook I. V. Tadlch, r. 1302 

Powell 
viles Anton, seaman str. Panama 
villa Antonio, asst. supt. industrial dept. 

Pac. Mut. Life Ins. Co. 
villa Frank M., laborer Custom House 

Bldg., r. Fitchburg, Cal. 
villa Manuel V., (Sherry, Avilla & Co.) r. 

Sausalito 
vis John R., city manager White Sewing 

Machine Co., r. 1237 McAllister 
vondale The, 456, 6th 
vy Albina Mrs., r. 414 Lombard 
vy Edmond, clerk estate Eugene Avy, r. 414 

Lombard 
vy Eugene (estate of) 320 Sansome 
vy Eugene Jr., bookkeeper London, Paris 

and American Bank, r. 414 Lombard 
xel Peter, waiter, r. 668 Mission 
xelrod Benjamin, metal dealer, 1036 Golden 

Gate Av., r. 1206 Turk 
xelrod Lena, widow, r. 1206 Turk 
xelrod Samuel, r. 1044 Golden Gate Av. 
xelrood Marks, physician, 508 Devisadero 
xelson Hans J., seaman, r. 2011 Dupont 
XFORD BROTHERS 
(William J. and Walter F.) proprietors 
Mission iron foundry and stove works, 
2256-2258 Harrison 
xford Walter F., (Axford Bros.) r. 1190 Noe 
xford William, molder, r. 1190 Noe 
xford William J. (Axford Bros.) r. 3271, 19th 
xt Herman J., painter, r. 1234 Folsom 
xt Ludwig, r. 224, 7th 
xtell George M., r. 908 Filbert 
xtell Harold, bellboy Hotel Fairmount 
xtell Henry, machinist Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. Lorin 
xtelle Harry A., gripman Market St. Ry., r. 

1701 Page 
xtman Leopold F., r. 362 Linden Av. 
xtman Rudolph, contractor, r. 3009 Van Ness 

Av. 
xtmann Eva, widow, r. 1221 Fillmore 
xtmann Harry, collector Wellman Peck & 

Co., r. 1221 Fillmore 
xton Frederick R., dentist, 927 Market, r. 

721 Franklin 
xton Henry C, r. 721 Franklin 
xton William, with O'Donnell & Dearln, r. 

709 Bush 
yala Juan, laborer, r. 1 O'Connel PI. 
yana Frank, barber, r. 803 Filbert 



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Ayana Frank J., barber, r. 803 Filbert 
AYER CLARENCE E. 

collector E. Peabody & Co., r. 2524 Cali- 
fornia 
Ayer Ethel C, adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 657 

Bush 
Ayer Franklin F., salesman, r. 2524 California 
Ayer George, clerk, r. 486 Haight 
Ayer George, helper Bennett & Schutte, r. 5 

Walter 
Ayer J. G. S., apprentice, r. 2524 California 
Ayer Joseph S., carpenter Joseph Y. Ayer, r. 

3724, 17th 
Ayer Joseph Y., carpenter, 68 Hardy, r. 3740, 

17th 
Ayer Maria Mrs., dressmaker, r. 314a O'Far- 

rell 
Ayer Milo C, clerk, r. 2524 California 
Ayer Mllo J., r. 552 Minna 
Ayer Obed W., railway postal clerk, r. 800 

Kearny 
Ayer Phoebe E. N. Miss, stenographer, r. 2524 

California 
Ayer Washington Mrs., widow, r. 1622 Clay 
Ayer W. Bismarck, clerk r. 2524 California 
Ayer William B., clerk F. K. Houston Cigar 

Co., r. 486 Haight 
tEj'Ayer. See Ayers, Ayres, Eayers and Eyre 
Ayers Alexander, merchant, r. 114 Clement 
Ayers Catherine, widow, r. 118 Wildey Av. 
Ayers Charles F., motorman Sutro RR. Co., r. 

114 Clement 
Ayers Charles L., car dispatcher, r. 231 De- 
visadero 
Ayers Charles S., dental student, r. Oakland 
Ayers Chester G., clerk Redington & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Ayers De Forest, buyer Giant Powder Co., r. 

Oakland 
Ayers Edward H., griprepairer Market St. 

Ry., r. 112 Chattanooga 
AYERS EDWARD N. 

proprietor Ayers' Pharmacy, SW. cor. 

Eddy and Leavenworth, tel. Larkin 92, r. 

301 Leavenworth 
Ayers Elizabeth Mrs., r. 31, 12th 
Ayers Elizabeth Mrs., r. 335 Jessie 
Ayers E., laborer S. P. Co. 
Ayers Ernestine I. Mrs., millinery, 231 De- 
visadero 
Ayers Frederick J., electrician Hetty Bros., r. 

118 Wildey Av. 
Ayers Frederick W., clerk Miller, Sloss & 

Scott, r. Alameda 
Ayers Grosvenor P., (Ayers & Co.) and 

manager Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, r. 

3412 Washington 
Ayers James C, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

1432 Turk 
Ayers John C, sergeant police, r. 716 Hamp- 
shire 
Ayers Julia, widow, r. SE. ocr. 17th and Caro- 
lina 
Ayers Maria D., widow, mfr. salves, r. SE. 

cor. 17th and Carolina 
Ayers Matilda J. Miss, dentist, 1236 Market 
Ayers Mary P., widow, r. 2421a Clay 
Ayers Nicholas, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

1621, 11th Av. South 
AYERS' PHARMACY 

Edward N. Ayers proprietor, SW. cor. 

Eddy and Leavenworth, tel. Larkin 92 
Ayers Thomas, teamster, r. 1621, 11th Av. 

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Ayers William, calker, r. 1621, llth Av. South 
Ayers William Jr., blacksmith John Dippel, r. 

1621, llth Av. South 
Ayers William H., carpenter, r. 114 Clement 
Ayers Willis H., stevedore, r. 37 Merritt 
Ayers & Co. (Grosvenor P. Ayers) teamsters, 

205 Front ^ „ 

CT" Ayers. See Ayer, Ayres, Eayrs and Ejrre 
Ayhens Alfred J., helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

1820, 16th Av. South 
Ayhens Paul A., butcher, r. 1824, 16th Av. 

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Ayhens Paul J., butcher, r. 1820, 16th Av. 

South „ 

Ayler Edward, blacksmith Western Iron 

Wks., r. 529 Sacramento 
Aylesworth W. H., distributor S. F. Laundry, 

r. 1519 Eddy „ 

Aylieff Harry, clerk S. P. Co., r. 230 Faral- 

lones 
Aylward Ella Miss, r. 523 Octavia 
Aylward Michael, painter, r. 523 Octavia 
Aylward Richard, r. 1811 Haight 
Avlward Thomas, waiter F. E. Rochstroh, r. 

1232 Mission 
Aylwin Robert N., salesman Sanborn, Vail & 

Co., r. 1201 Taylor 
Aymard Frank, lodgings, 403 Broadway 
Ayoob Galob, peddler, r. 424 Vallejo 
Ayoob Saloam, peddler, r. 431 Vallejo rear 

ayb.es albert d. 

atty-at-law, 462 Parrott Bldg, 4th floor, r. 
1205 Oak, Oakland 

Ayres Arthur, with Shreve & Co., r. Berkeley 

AYRES' BUSINESS COLLEGE 

William F. Ayres principal, Mrs. Ella R. 
Ayres vice-principal, 723 Market 

Ayres Carrie C, widow, r. 310, llth Av. 

Ayres Charles, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 
751 Foerster 

Ayres' Copying Bureau, William F. Ayres 
principal. Mis. Ella Ayres vice-principal, 
723 Market 

Ayres Ella R. Mrs., vice-principal Ayres Busi- 
ness College and Ayres Copying Bureau, r. 
Hotel St. Nicholas 

Ayres Emma, widow, r. 614 Hyde 

Ayres George, bartender, r. 471 Hickory Av. 

Ayres George W.. r. 2624, 21st 

Ayres Herman C, paperhanger, r. 1814 O'Far- 
rell 

AYRES IRVIN , „^ 

secretary Pacific Sheet Metal Works, 209- 
211 Mission, r. Oakland 

Ayres Jacob, salesman, r. 2624, 21st 

Ayres Lucas E., clerk Yolo Mills, r. 841 Va- 
lencia „^„ 

Ayres Rollin C. (AjTes & Guptill) r. 310, 
llth Av. 

Ayres William Mrs., r. 1708 Fillmore 

AYRES WILLIAM F. 

principal Ayres Business College and 
Ayres Copying Bureau, 723 Market, r. Ho- 
tel St. Nicholas 

Ayres William G., dyeing and cleaning, 1708 
Fillmore 

AYRES & GUPTILL 

(Rollin C. Ayres and Thomas H. GuptiU) 
writers, designers and directors of adver- 
tising, 615 Examiner Bldg.. tel. Red 91 
(CT^Ayres. See Ayer, Ayers, Eayers and Eyres 
Ayscough Arthur, foreman Coulter's Rattan 
Wks., r. 45 Ritch 



Ayscough William H., rattanworker Coulter's 

Rattan Wks., r. 244% Perry 
Azberger Joseph, foreman, r. 3425, 16th 
Azzett Frederick, electrician, r. 1138 Howard 
Azhderian Vahan H., salesman Raphael Weill 

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Baack Henry P., propr. Novelty Tea Co., 700 

Montgomery Av. 
Baack Mary Mrs., crockery and glassware, 700 

Montgomery Av. 
Baader August, bartender J. Baader, r. 826 

Alvarado 
BAADER JOHN 

proprietor New York Casino, fine liquors 
and cigars, 142, 4th, r. 1908 Harmon, Lorin, 
Alameda Co. 
tC^ Baader. See BadeP 
Baago Edmund A., clerk Neustadter Bros., r. 

403^/2 Gough 
Baago Knud, tailor, 104 Kearny, r. 403^4 

Gough 
Baago Peter, framemaker Sanborn, Vail & 

Co., r. 32 Moss 
Baagoe Christian, watchman estate Mark 

Strouse. r. 216 Leavenworth 
Baalman John, salesman Boericke & RunyoD 

Co., r. 1058c Pine 
Baar James L. (Baar & Co.) r. 3804. 23d 
Baar & Co. (James L. Baar and John H. En- 

gelbreth) coffee saloon, 315 Grant Av. 
ET^Baar. See Bahr, Bar. Barr and Barre 
Barrs August, cook, r. 636 Commercial 
Baasch Fritz, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Baaser Frederick, butcher Poly, Heilbroa & 

Co., r. 1601, 13th Av. South 
Babb Harry, solicitor Teele & Co., r. 113 Jones 
Babbage Charles W., jeweler, r. 1346 Sacra- 
mento 
Babbino Antonio, barber, 431 Montgomery 

Av., r. 5 Grand PI. 
Babbino Michael (Polito & Babbino) r. 108( 

Valencia 
BABBITT B. T. 

(New York) soap manufacturer, Charles 
G. Heiser Pacific Coast Agent, ofhce 107- 
109 Clay, tel. Red 441 
BABBITT JOHN H. 

carriage and wagon maker, 314-316 McAl- 
lister, r. 1015 Market 
Babbitt William J., blacksmith, r. 148, 6th 
Babcock Annie Mrs., saleslady Weinstock Lu- 

bin & Co., r. 1207 Waller 
Babcock Arthur R., clerk Crocker- Woolwortt 

National Bank, r. 1207 Waller 
Babcock B., painter J. H. Keefe 
Babcock D., laborer Western Sugar Ref., r 

1310 Powell 
Babcock Finlay L., gripman Market St. Ry. 

r. 3126 California 
Babcock Harry I., salesman E. A. Fargo Co 
Babcock Harvie O. Miss, stenographer r. 253: 

Pine 
Babcock James H.. waiter Hotel St. Nicholas 

r. 321 Van Ness Av. 
BABCOCK JOHN B. 

Lieutenant-colonel, assistant Adjutant 
General U. S. A., AdjuUnt-General Dept 
of California, 204 Phelan Bldg., r. Hote 
Richelieu 
Babcock John P., chief deputy State Boari 
of Fish Commissioners, r. The Colonial 
Babcock Joseph, teamster, r. 209 Langton 
Babcock Louisa M., widow, r. 1124 McAlliste 
Babcock Madison, principal Franklin Even 

ing School, r. 240. 13th 
Babcock Mary, widow, r. 506 Clayton 
Babcock Mary Miss, seamstress, r. 965 Post 
Babcock Matthew, bookbinder Frank Malloye 

r. 965 Post 
Babcock T. L., conductor Market St. Ry., i 
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IbABCOCK WIIililAM 

president Parrott & Co., 306 California, r. 
San Rafael 
Babcock William S., propr. Vallejo and S. F. 
1 Express, 511 Market, r. Vallejo, Cal. 
BABCOCK & WILCOX CO. THE 

(Pacific Coast branch) manufacturers wa- 
ter tube safety steam boilers, Charles C. 
Moore manager, 32, Ist, tel, Main 5905 
Babcock Charles A., reporter Bradstreet Co., 
I r. 161 Scyamore Av. 

3abi Peter, liquors, 549 California, r. 425 
; Kearny 

Babies Home. Gertrude Hadwen superintend- 
: ent, 419 Bartlett 

3abln Demas C, solicitor London and Lanca- 
shire Fire Ins. Co., r. 1314 Page 
ABIN LANDRY C. 
real estate, insurance and rent collector, 
413 Kearny, r. 2415 Washington 
3abin Norbert C, with L. C. Babin, r. 3120 

W^aghington 
r^Babino. See Babbino 
3abler Jacob, supt. Alaska Packers Assn., r. 

1427 Oak 
3abros Brothers (Joseph and Paul) proprs. 

Eureka Wire Wks., 69 Jessie 
Babros Joseph (Babros Bros.) r. 69 Jessie 
Sabros Paul (Babros Bros.) r. 62 Jessie 
3ab3on Seth, architect, Phelan Bldg., r. Ala- 
meda 
Jabson Walter S., clerk Crane Co., r. Ala- 
meda 
iabue John T., marine engineer, 36 Kast 

South, r. Oakland 
laccaAa. Caeser E., cashier Dairymens Union 

of Cal., r. 825 Green 
iaccala Mary, widow, r. 825 Green 
iaccelli Alfonso (Baccelli & Romani) r. 7 Jas- 
per PI. 
iaccelli Mansueto, bakery, 1413 Dupont 
Jaccelli & Romani (Alfonso Baccelli and 
Danieli Romani) liquors, 308 Montgomery 
Av. 
:7"Baccelli. See Bacelli 
iacchettini Giovanni, liquordealer, r. 28 

Hinckley 
lACCHUS WINE VAULTS 

Gundlach-Bundschu Wine Co. proprietors, 
434-442 Bryant, tel. Main 1458, office SE. 
cor. 2d and Market 
acciarini William, teamster, r. 500 Berlin 
acciocco Giacomo, market gardener, Corbett 

Av. nr. Ingleside 
acciocco Guiseppe B. (Bacciocco & Badar- 

occo) r. 1604 Grove 
acciocco & Badaracco (G. B. Bacciocco and 
V. Badaracco) wood and coal, 1604 Grove 
accus Alfred, butcher R. T. Baccus, r. 527 

O'Farrell 
accus Charles J., butcher R. T. Baccus, r. 

519 Leavenworth 
accus George B., printer, r. 1445 Hyde 
accus Josephine Miss, bookkeeper R. T. Bac- 
cus, r. 527 O'Farrell 
accus John B., compositor C. A. Murdock & 

Co., r. 1445 Hyde 
accus John B. Jr., blacksmith, r. 1445 Hyde 
accus Louis R., foreman Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Wks., r. 527 O'Farrell 
iACCUS RICHARD T. 

butcher, SW. cor. O'Farrell and Mason, 
tel. Main 1222, r. 527 O'Farrell, tel. Sut- 
ter 1518 
accus Robert J., laborer, r. 871 Market 
^Baccus. See Backess, Backus and Bacus 
accelli Peter, fruits, 1703 Sutter, r. 1714 Sut- 
ter 
^Bacelli. See Baccelli 
ach Adam, driver U. S. Brewery, r. 146 

Hickory Av. 
ach Alfred C, salesman Charles Bach, r. 
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BACH CHARLES 

proprietor Pioneer Malt House and im- 
porter and jobber hops, corks and brewers' 
materials, 535-537 Sacramento, r. Quisis- 
ana, Ross Valley 

Bach Emil E., tailor, r. 425 Greenwich 

Bach Ferdinand, cabinetmaker, r. 310, 12th 

Bach Frank, r. 719V4 Bush 

Bach George, bartender SchoUer & Frustuck, 
r. 635 Jessie 

Bach Henry, barber Lehman & Burkhardt, r. 
935% Jackson 

Bach Henry C, salesman Bach, Meese & Co., 
r. 2044 Mission 

Bach John (Bach, Meese & Co.) r. 2044 Mission 

Bach John L., bookbinder, r. 2044 Mission 

Bach Joseph, helper Risdon I. & L W^ks., r. 
515 Sacramento 

Bach Kate, widow, r. 338 Green 

Bach Maxwell, tailor, r. 841a Howard 

BACH, MEESE & CO. 

(John Bach and Frank H. Eckenroth) 
wholesale wines and liquors and proprie- 
tors Botanic Stomach Bitters. 321 Mont- 
gomery 

Bach Oscar, r. 369 Jessie 

Bach Oscar H., janitor, 1749 Mission 

Bach Philip, tailor, r. 841a Howard 

Bach William, barber, 517 Montgomery Av. r. 
338 Green 

Bach William F., lithographer, r. 2044 Mission 

BACHELDER ALVAH H. 

vice-president Holt Bros. Co., 30-32 Main, 
r. Oakland 

BACHELDER CARL A. 

secretary Holt Bros. & Co., 30-32 Main, 
Oakland 

M., salesman American 
Berkeley 
widow, r. 984 Pine 
F., atty-at-law, 330 Pine 
H., clerk Wells Fargo & 
I Pine 

C^Bachelder. See Batchelder 

Bachelor William F., clerk George W. Mc- 
Near. r. 1012 Leavenworth 

CT" Bachelor. See Batehelor 

Bachelor's Oil Co., Hearst Bldg. 

Bachem Carl T., cashier Schloss Crockery Co., 
r. 1112 Sacramento 

Bacher Chas. S., butcher, SE. cor. Clay and 
Mason 

Bacher Frank, laborer Cal. Glue Wks., r. 1320, 
16th Av. South 

Bacher John, liquors, 1320 Railroad Av. 

tn^ Bacher. See Backer, Baker and Becker 

Bachle Charles T., carpenter, r. 620 Minna 

Bachle John, r. 620 Minna 

Bachman Arthur (S. Bachman & Co.) r. 1509 
Gough 

Bachman David S., atty-at-law r. 2323 Devisa- 
dero 

Bachman Edwin D., salesman Heller, Bach- 
man & Co., r. 2323 Devisadero 

Bachman Felix, r. 1522% Ellis 

Bachman George, laborer, r. 143 Berry 

Bachman J., r. 638 Green 

Bachman L. Mrs., r. Hotel Richelieu 

Bachman Laurence, mfr. window shades, 1334 
Mission, r. 2605 Steiner 

Bachman Leopold S. (Heller, Bachman & Co.) 
r. 2323 Devisadero 

Bachman Pauline, widow, r. 2605 Steiner 



Bachelder Edward 
Biscuit Co., 

Bachelder Julia A. 

Bachelder Thomas 

Bachelder William 
Co. Bank, r. 98^ 



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Ernst A. Denickb. Pres. H. Brunnbr, Cashier 

F. Kronenberg, Vice-President 

\ 6ERMANIA TRUST COMPANY 

) Authorized Capital - $1,000,000 ( 

J Paid-up Capital and Reserve - - - $385,000 i 

( Check Jlccounts, Crust Deposits > 

? 42 Montgomery St., S. E. Cor. Sutter \ 

BACHMAN S. & CO. 

(Simon and Arthur Bachman) manufac- 
turers and dealers plug and leaf tobacco, 
NE. cor. Pine and Battery 

Bachman Samuel N., salesman, r. 2605 Steiner 

Bashman Simon (S. Bachman & Co.) r. 1509 
Gough 

Bachman Walter N., r. 2605 Steiner 

[C^Bachman. See Bockman and Boeckmann 

Bachmann Adolph, confectioner G. Gall, r. 
913 Florida 

Bachmann Charles, gunsmith J. Bachmann, r. 
31 Verba Buena 

BACHMANN EMIL PROF. 

teacher zither, bow zither, mandolin, 
guitar and banjo, 627b Ellis 

Bachmann Freda, widow, propr. Ellis House, 
IOO7I2 Market 

Bachmann Jacob, gunsmith and hardware, 729 
Clay 

Bachmann Theodore, bartender D. E. Collins, 
r. 2936, 16th 

Bachrach Julius, clerk, r. 2518 Jackson 

Bachrach Robert W., clerk Pac. Tel. & Tel. 
Co., r. 1600 McAllister 

Bachrach Simon B., agent Phcenix Mutual 
Life Ins. Co., r. Oakland 

Bachrodt Hugo C, restaurant, 1350 Howard, 
r. 1531V^ Mission 

Bachtold Jacob, porkpacker, 463 Hayes, r. 511 
Fell 

Bacigalupi A., fireman Engine 3, r. 1514 Green 

Bacigalupi Agostino, hostler, r. 1347 Dupont 

Bacigalupi A. L. & Co. (Antonio Bacigalupi 
and Stefans Casassa) fruits, 509 Washing- 
ton 

Bacigalupi Alice T. Miss, bookkeeper Modem 
Laundry, r. 524 Filbert 

Bacigalupi Antonio (Bacigalupi Bros.) r. 106 
Alta rear 

Bacigalupi Antonio L. (A. L. Bacigalupi & 
Co.) r. 2 Telegraph PI. 

Bacigalupi August, salesman S. Levy & Co., 
r. 1S05 Mason 

Bacigalupi Brothers (Antonio and Frank) 
painters. 1408 Dupont 

Bacigalupi D. & Bros. (Domenico and Giov- 
anni B.) hay, wood and coal, 423 Point Lo- 
bos Av. 

Bacigalupi Danielo, shoemaker, r. 12 Lafay- 
ette PI. 

Bacigalupi David E., student, r. 522 Filbert 
rear 

Bacigalupi Domenico (D. Bacigalupi & Bros.) 
r. 423 Point Lobos Av. 

Bacigalupi E., laborer Western Sugar Ref., 
r. 519 Green 

Bacigalupi Emilio, r. 416 Union 

Bacigalupi Emilio. teamster, r. 1622 Stockton 

Bacigalupi Filbert M., clerk, r. 524 Filbert 

Bacigalupi Francisco, distiller Golden Gate 
Distilling Co., r. 15 Lafayette PI. 

Bacigalupi Francisco, driver L. VaJente, r. 15 
Sonora 

Bacigalupi Frank (Bacigalupi Bros.) r. 19 Alta 

Bacigalupi Frank, clerk Edison Phonograph 
Agency, r. 1850 Mason 

Bacigalupi Frank, laborer, r. 21 Lafayette PI. 

Bacigalupi Frank, porter, r. 427% Greenwich 

Bacigalupi Frank, teamster Wolf & Sons, r. 
365a Clementina 

Bacigalupi Fred F.. stenographer J. M. Litch- 
field & Co., r. 420 Union 

Bacigalupi Gaetano, president Modern Laun- 
dry, r. 524 Filbert 



BACIGALUPI, GIAMPOLINI & TADDEUCCI 

(Prosper Bacigalupi, Felice Giampolini 
and Ferdinando Taddeucci) wall paper, 
paints and oils and painters and decor- 
ators, 307-309 Montgomery Av. 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, r. 519 Green 
Bacigalupi Giovanni (Cademortori, Rebotaro 

& Bacigalupi) r. 12 Lafayette PI. 
Bacigalupi Giovanni (Guerra & Bacigalupi) r. 

524 Filbert rear 
Bacigalupi Giovanni (Queirolo & Co.) r. 2316 

Mason 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, atty-at-law, Clunie 

Bldg., r. 524 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Giovanni B. (D. Bacigalupi & 

Bros.) r. 423 Point Lobos Av. 
Bacigalupi Giovanni B., real estate, r. 1835 

Stockton 
Bacigalupi Giuseppi, musician, r. 514 Green 
Bacigalupi Guadalupe, widow, r. 1867 Union 
Bacigalupi Henry, clerk, r. 1419 Dupont 
Bacigalupi Henry L., bookkeeper Ant(Mie! 

Fodera, r. 1805 Mason 
Bacigalupi James, r. 1720 Stockton 
Bacigalupi John, r. 923% Pacific 
Bacigalupi John, laborer, r. 617a Lombard 
Bacigalupi John, teamster, r. 575, 7th 
Bacigalupi John P., milkman, r. 21 Lafayette 

PI. 
Bacigalupi Joseph, iron worker Ralston Iron 

Wks., r. 427 Greenwich 
Bacigalupi Joseph, mallhand Capitol Mills, 

r. 23 Clenmentina 
Bacigalupi Joseph, musician, r. 514 Green 
Bacigalupi Joseph, packer, r. 21 Lafayette PI. ' 
Bacigalupi Joseph C., machinist Fulton E^ng. 

& Ship Bldg. Wks., r. 1545 Mason 
Bacigalupi Joseph L., clerk John Marchi, r. 

2 Telegraph PI. 
Bacigalupi Lorenzo, winedealer, r. 14 Bran- 
nan PI. 
Bacigalupi Louis, carpenter, r. 700 Bay 
Bacigalupi Louis, gardener, r. 2309 Mason 
Bacigalupi Louis, salesman C. Nauman ft 

Co.. r. 615a Lombard 
Bacigalupi Louis D., physician, 705 Vallejo, 

r. 1617 Powell 
Bacigalupi Louis M., salesman, r. 2 Telegraph 

PI. 
Bacigalupi Madelina, widow, r. 21 Lafayette 

PI. 
Bacigalupi Marco, paver, r. 307 Green 
Bacigalupi Michael, blacksmith, r. 11% Rus- 
sell 
Bacigalupi Millie Mrs., bookkeeper, r. 2 Tele- 
graph PI. 
Bacigalupi N., pastespreader Yosemlte Flour ■ 

Mills, r. 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupi Paola (Scatena & Bacigalupi) r. 

522 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Peter, clerk, r. 522 Filbert rear 
BACIQALUPI PETER 

proprietor Edison Phonograph Agency, 9S> 
and 1030 Market, r. 24 Dorland 
Bacigalupi Prosper (Bacigalupi, Giampolini, ft 

Taddeucci) r. 1417 Kearny 
Bacigalupi Stefano (Bacigalupi & Boggiano) r. 

367 Green 
Bacigalupi Stefano, driver, r. 19% Russell 
Bacigalupi Stephen, laundryman, r. 21 Lafay- 
ette PI. 
Bacigalupi Stephen, marblecutter, r. 1805 Ma- 
son 
Bacigalupi Tadini J., student, r. 522 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Theodore, r. 1000 Union 
Bacigalupi Teresa, widow, r. 636a Bay 
Bacigalupi Theresa, widow, r. 1419 Dupont 
Bacigalupi Vergil, teamster C, Nauman & Co., 

r. 636a Bay 
Bacigalupi Virgio, driver L. Giovaninl, r. 431 

Broadway 
Bacigalupi William, bookkeeper Modem 

Laundry, r. 524 Filbert 
Bacigalupi & Boggiano (Stefano Bacigalupi 
and Domenico Boggiano) liquors, 1228 Du- 
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iciocco Antonio (G. Fontana & Co.) r. 5 

Elizabeth 
iciocco Antonio, florist, r. 1 Truett 
rBaciocco. See Bacciocco 
jck Ella, widow, r. 627 Larkin 
ick E. J., waiter M. B. Moragban, r. 24, 6th 

ACK FRANK J. 

manufacturer and deader in foreign and 

domestic marble and granite monuments, 

E. s. San Jose Av. nr. 30tn, r. 1503 Dolores 

ick Julius E., marblecutter Frank J. Back 

r. 1503 Dolores 
icke Arent C, glazier William Hoist, r. 30 

Ellis 
icke Charles H., shoefltter, r. 234 Parnas- 
sus Av. 
icke Frank D., carpetlayer Schlueter & 

Volberg, r. 2622 Sutter 
iCke Frank L.., carpetlayer Schlueter & 

Volberg, r. 2622i^ Sutter 
F"Backe. See Bache 
icker Andrew, r. 3013 Clay 
icker Charles, clerk Chicago Brewery, r. 1% 

Wall 
^Backer. See Bacher, Baker and Becker 
ickers Jerome, r. 1539a Eddy 
ickess Maraget, widow, r. 1221 Guerrero 
?"Backess. See Baccus, Backus and Bacus 
ickini Charles, hog ranch, 2218, 18th Av. 

South 
ickland John, laborer, r. 404 Broadway 
icklund John E., r. 1534 Kentucky 
ickman Albert, salesman M. Rothenberg & 

Co., r. 315 Golden Gate Av. 
ickman Charles, engineer, r. 571b Minna 
ickman Florence E. Mrs., teacher Lincoln 

Grammar School, r. 657 Bush 
ACEMAN QOTTHASD S. 

dentist, 15-16 St. Ann's Bldg., 6 Eddy 
ickmann Caesar, barber Lehman & Burk- 

hardt, r. 405 Sutter 
ickmann George, musician, r. 639 O'Farrell 
rBackmann. See Bachman, Bachmann, 

Beckmann, Bockmann and Boeckmann 
ickoff Charles, cook, r. 308 Andover Av. 
ackoff Romaine, clerk, r. 308 Andover PI. 
ackstadt Diedrich, laborer, r. 617 Chenery 
ickstedt William, laborer, r. 1322 Filbert 
ackstedt William, machinist Fulton Eng. & 

Ship Bldg. Wks. 
ackstein Ferdinand, jeweler, 1555 Market 
ackstrom Frederick, seaman, r. 245 Steuart 
ackus Charles, mastermariner, r. 4331, 20th 
ackus Charles E., engineer, r. 455 Clemen- 
tina 
ackus Mathew W., salesman A. L. Bryan 
Shoe Co., r. Oakland 

iACKUS MORGAN 

commercial photographer, documents, 

photographs, or anything copied, kodak 

work, etc., 11 Geary, tel. Black 3725, r. 

3254, 19th 
ACKUS OSCAR J. 

vice-president George H. Tay Co., 49-53, 

1st, r. Oakland 
ACKUS SAMUEL W. 

vice-president Western Expanded Metal & 

Fire Proofing Co., 414 Claus Spreckels 

Bldg., r. The California Hotel 
ackus Thomas, boxmaker, r. 20 Langton 
^Backus. See Baccus, Backess and Bacus 
asmeister Fred C, druggist, r. 761 Valencia 
acocevich Steve, restaurant, 501 Davis 
acome William, livery stable, 823 Folsom, r. 

260>^ Clementina 
iacon Bridget, widow, r. 24 Ringold 
lacon Charles A., salesman J. Levin & Co., 

■r. 35lA Tehama rear 
tacon Charles H., night manager Hoffman 

Cafe, r. 601 Jones 
lacon Charles R. (Darbee & Immel Oyster 

Co.) r. Portland, Or. 
lacon Charles W., laborer, r. 3026 Buchanan 
lacon Clifton C, clerk freight auditor's dept. 

S. P. Co., r. Redwood City 



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Bacon C. M. Mrs., widow, r. 2510 Washington 

Bacon Edward R., clerk Parke & Lacy Com- 
pany, r. 2506 Washington 

Bacon Edwin H., journalist Coast Review, r. 
Golden Gate, Cal. 

Bacon Eliza, widow, r. 33 Prospect Av. 

Bacon Fidelia C, widow, r. 2533 Folsom 

Bacon Frederick L., carrepairer Cal. St. RR., 
r. 3648, 18th 

Bacon Frederick W., clerk, r. 252 Lexington 
Av. 

Bacon Gaston E., president Cal. College of 
Pharmacy, Dept. of Pharmacy University 
of Cal., r. 2695 Sacramento 

Bacon George, cook stmr. Willamette, r. 1636 
Sacramento 

Bacon George H., conductor Market St. Ry., 
r. 2845a Mission 

Bacon George H., teamster Blyth & Trott, r. 
3204, 16th 

Bacon Harvey M., reporter Bradstreet Co., r. 
228 Van Ness Av. 

Bacon Helen T. Miss, principal Kindergartens, 
2880, 16th, r. Oakland 

Bacon Herbert W., molder Risdon I. & L. 
Wks., r. 33 Prospect Av. 

Bacon Jennie Miss, schoolteacher, r. 804 
Geary 

Bacon John A., r. 311a Guerrero 

Bacon Joseph (Bacon & Hopkins) r. 118, 6th 

Bacon Joseph C., mining, r. 794 Hayes 

Bacon Louis G., expressman, 26 Spear, r. Ala- 
meda 

Bacon Mamie C, widow, r. 794 Hayes 

Bacon Martin J., salesman R. E. Revalk & 
Co., r. 958b Pine 

Bacon Mary, widow, r. 958b Pine 

Bacon M. H. Miss, r. 1329 Waller 

Bacon Oscar F., teamster, r. 311a Guerrero 

Bacon S. E. Mrs., widow, r. 1329 Waller 

Bacon Theresa, widow, r. 351 Tehama rear 

Bacon Thomas, laborer, r. 106 Taylor 

Bacon Thomas P., mining, r. 794 Hayes 

BACOX TRUMAN F. 

physician and surgeon and proprietor 
Ariel Pharmacy, 400 Hayes, r. Oakland 

Bacon William A., clerk R. E. Revalk & Co., 
r. 958b Pine 

Bacon William H., sklrtmaker Newman & 
Levinson, r. 617V^ Post 

BACOK WILLIAM O. 

photographic supplies, 20 Post, r. 4060, 17th 

Bacon William R., dentist, 135 Geary r. Ala- 
meda 

Bacon William S., mining, r. 794 Hayes 

Bacon & Hopkins (Joseph Bacon and William 
Hopkins) liquors, 131 Eddy 

Bacopulos Michael, candies, 84, 3d, r. 10 Sher- 
wood PI. 

C7" Bacus. See Baccus, Backess and Backus 

Badaire Albert, waiter John Bergez, r. 323 
Montgomery Av. 

Badaire Laura Mrs., cleaning and dyelBg, 321 
Montgomery Av., r. 323 Montgomery Av. 

Badano John, market gardener Dewey Boule- 
vard, nr Ingleside 

Badaracco Benjamin, r. 320 Vallejo 

Badaracco Benjamin (I. Demartini & Co.) r. 
1503 Fillmore 

Badaracco Charles, liquors,, 1627 Fillmore, r. 
2216 Webster 

Badaracco Charles B., wood and coal, 1602 
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Badaracco Josephine, widow, r. 1615% L/eaven- 

worth 
Badaracco Louis, r. 1615% Leavenworth 
Badaracco Valentine (Bacciocco & Badaracco) 

r. 1604 Grove 
Baddeley Alfred, candymaker, r. 214 Capp 
Baddeley Benjamin F., carpenter, r. 214 Capp 
Baddeley Henry J., agent, r. 214 Capp 
Baddeley Herbert, clerk purchases and sup- 
plies dept. S. P. Co., r. 709a Hyde 
Baddeley James H., solicitor Reed Pickle 

Wks., r. 214 Capp 
Baddeley Reuben, laborer, r. 214 Capp 
Baddeley William B., r. 709a Hyde 

BADEN BRICK CO. 

Thomas Butler proprietor, manufacturers 

of fresh water bnck, common, pressed 

and stock bricks works, Baden, South San 

Francisco, office BtiUders' Exchange, 40 

New Montgomery, box 255, yards Berry 

nr 6th 
Baden Farm Dairy, Charles McVey propr. 

Fell 
Baden John H. C, groceries, SW. cor. 

visadero and Fell 
Baden Max M., salesman, r. 57 Haight 
Baden Ranch Dairy, Alms House road 

Corbett Av. 
Baden Samuel, clerk, r.. 2015 Bush 
Bader Christ, porter Sterling Furn. Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bader Christopher F., r. 810 Mission 
Bader Gottlieb, cellerman John Wieland 

Brewery, r. 609% Howard 
Bader Gottlieb, porter Sterling Furn. Co., r. 

154 Russ 
Bader Joseph, butcher, r. 652 Stevenson 
Bader Lottie Miss, dressmaker Miss E. Ra- 

petti, r. 652 Stevenson 
Bader William, cook, r. 652 Stevenson 
(E^'Bader. See Baader 

Badger Clarence, clerk Mechanics Institute 
Badger Ella F., boarding, 1727 McAllister 
Badger George E., trimmer Mutual Elec. 

Light Co., r. 553 Natoma 
Badger George H., barber, 26a Hayes, r. 105 

Hayes 
Badger Gold Mining and Milling Co. (Grant 

Co. Oregon) 601 California 
Badger Hill and Cherokee Gravel Mining Co. 

(Nevada Co.) 320 Sansome 
Badger Howard, clerk Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., r. 

657 Bush 
Badger James, ironer Modern Laundry 
Badger James A., barber Lehman & Burk- 

hardt, r. 553 Natoma 
Badger Lawrence, bartender George Goeppert, 

r. 553 Natoma 
Badger Leroy, farmer, r. 553 Natoma 
Badger Walter C, mastermariner, r. 246 

Folsom 

BADGER WILLIAM G. 

sole agent Francis Bacon's pianos, office 
412-414 Sacramento, r. 1921 Sacramento 

Badglev Gilbert B., carpenter Excelsior Red- 
wood Co., r. 3432, 22d 

Badlam Edgar B., asst. marine supt. Risdon 
I. & L. Wks.. r. 1519 Grove 

Badlam Gas Machine Co., Claus Spreckcls 
Bldg. 

Badouin Adolph, r. 2550 Greenwich 

Badouin Auguste, patternmaker Hercules Gas 
Engine Wks., r. 2550 Greenwich 



Badouin Leon, machinist, r. 2550 Greenwich 
Badouin Louis, machinist Hercules Gas En- 
gine Wks., r. 2550 Greenwich 
Badt Alexander L., secretary Congregation 

Sherith Israel and Hills of Eternity Cem- 
etery Assn., 600 Taylor, r. 1718 Buchanan 
Badt Bert A., clerk J. Baumgarten & Co., r. 

1718 Buchanan 
Badt Clarence L., salesman Goldberg, Bowen 

& Co., r. 1718 Buchanan 
Badt Lena, widow, r. 1307 Gough 
Badt Percy L., wood and coal, 1038 Sutter, r. 

1718 Buchanan 
C^Baechler. See Bachler 
Baehr Anna, wiodw, r. 2315 Howard 
Baehr Henry, cashier License dept. Tax Col- 
lector's office, r. 2339 Pine 
Baehr William Jr. (A. Gerberding & Co.) r. 

Alameda 
lE^ Baehr. See Baer, Bahr, Behr and Bare 
Baer Adolph, dental student, r. 1726 Bush 
Baer Albert, cigars, 306 Kearny, r. 336a Bush 
Baer Alfred (Baer Bros.) r. Martinez 
Baer August, agent Star and Crescent Mills 

Co., r. 1871 O'Farrell 
Baer Bernard, r. 2711 Laguna 
Baer Brothers (Lucien and Alfred) dry 

goods, 1400 Stockton 
Baer Clarence L., carriage trimmer, r. 3037, 

22d 
Baer Joseph, merchant, r. 1200 Geary 
Baer Julius, dental student, r. 1726 Bush 
Baer Leopold (Gerson & Baer) r. 1726 Bush 
Baer Lucien (Baer Bros.) r. 1306 Mason 
Baer Oscar, salesman, r. 831 Ellis 
Baer Robert E., butcher, r. 1322 Fulton 
Baer Samuel, clerk Sachs Bros. & Co., r. 1726 

Bush 
Baer Thomas I. C, dental student, r. 1170 

Market 
ir::7"Baer. See Baehr, Bahr, Behr and Bare 
Baerne John, cook, r. 626 Jessie 
Baerne Louis, butcher, r. 626 Jessie 
Baerne Otto, plumber J. P. Culley, r. 626 

Jessie 
Baerschmidt Emile, glove mfr. 447 Valencia 
Baetje John P., salesman Albert Meyer & Co., 

r. 18 Sacramento 
BAETTQE CHARIiKS 

proprietor New California House, 252 East 

South 
Baez Charles A., clerk, r. 1916 Powell 
Baff Benjamin N., wheelwright H. Hofstetter, 

r. 320, 3d 
Baflco Andrew, soap peddler, r. 16, 14th 
Bafico John, scavenger, r. 14, 14th 
Bagala George A., teamster J. H. Kruse, r. 

1114% Treat Av. 
Bagala Leo., restaurant, SE. cor. 24th and 

Folsom 
Bagala Louis J., painter, r. 9 Luckey 
Baget J. B., engineer str. Newport 
Bagge Annie J. Miss, r. 2832 California 
Bagge Charles, 2d officer str. San Rafael, r. 

Sausalito 
Bagge John W. 

Asylum 
Bagge William H 

1740 Mission 
Baggenstos Nicholaus (Imhof & Baggenstoa) 

r. 605% Stockton 
Baggerly Hiland L., reporter Bulletin, r. Russ 

House 
BAOQETT ■WILLIAM T. 

(Stockwell & Co.) and atty-at-law, rooms 

500-517 Hearst (Examiner) Bldg., tel. Bush 

185, r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Baggett W. S., clerk Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co., r. 

Fruitvale 
CT" Baggett. See Bagot 
BAQaS MONTGOMERY 

(Harrison & Baggs) and fire and marine 

insurance, 230 California, r. 3344 Clay 
Baggs Rebecca, widow, r. 209 Hyde 
Baggs William, meterman, r. 122 William 



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lAGGS & STOVEL. 

(Montgomery Baggs and Charles Stovel) 
general insurance agents, 411 California, 
tel. Main 548 
:3" Baggs. See Beggs 

lagley Angeline D., widow, r. 28 Liberty 
(agley Carl E., apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 501, 20th 
(agley David B., with Bank of California, r. 

28 Liberty 
iagley Dennis, stonecutter, r. 322 McAllister 
iagley Emmett M., chief clerk claims dept. 

S. P. Co., r. 815 Golden Gate Av. 
Jagley Eugene F., salesman S. Sternheim & 

Son, r. Alameda 
Jagley Fenton M., r. 1712 Howard 
Jagley James J., clerk, r. 1330 Folsom 
Jagley John F., clerk, r. 1330 Folsom 
Jagley John J. & Co. (Detroit, Mich.) 415 

Front 
Jagley Josie Mrs., lodgings, 322 McAllister 
Jagley Mary, widow, groceries, 42 Federal 
Jagley Mary F., widow, r. 815 Golden Gate 

Av 
Jagley Perkins H. Jr., night inspector U. S. 

Customs, r. Alameda 
Jagley Thomas, mastermariner, r. 1116 Bryant 
:::7"Bagley. See Begley and Bigley 
Baglietto Emannele, salesman L. Baglietto, r. 

2118 Greenwich 
Baglietto Giacomo (L. Baglietto & Co.) r. 2118 

Taylor 
Saglietto Giobatta, boilermaker Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1822 Powell 
Baglietto L. & Co. (Louis and Giacomo 

Baglietto) com. merchants, 421 Davis 
Baglietto Louis (L. Baglietto & Co.) r. 3120 

Laguna 
Baglietto Louis, liquors, 511 Washington 
Baglietto Rosa, widow, r. 1822 Powell 
Baglietto Victor, carpenter, r. 1822 Powell 
Bagman Charles, laborer engineer dept. U. S. 

A. 
Bagnall Albert T., salesman B. Reiss & Son, 

r. 707 Mason 
Bagnall Clement, engraver Shreve & Co., r. 

707 Mason 
Bagnall John, r. 1822 O'Farrell 
Bagnall T. A. Mrs., r. 707 Mason 
Bagnatori Joseph, cigar mfr., 604 Francisco 
Bagnell Eliza, widow, r. 56 Tehama 
Bagnell Joseph J., longshoreman, r. 1004 San- 
some 
Bagot Edward A., manager, r. 1026c Shotwell 
Bagot Henry C, teacher Cogswell Polytech- 

nical College, r. 3220, 25th 
tC^ Bagot. See Baggett 
Bagwell Patrick, laborer John Finn Metal 

Wks., r. 207 Guerrero 
Bahlmann Augufeta, widow, r. 5 Lapidge 
Bahlmann Henry A. L., clerk Santa Barbara 

Mineral Water Co., r. 5 Lapiage 
in5"Bahlman. See Bohlmann and Bollman 
BAHL.S HERMAN H. 

president Althof & Bahls, 327 Sansome, r. 
Oakland 
Bahls Richard, vice-president Althof & Babls, 

r. Oakland 
Bahm Robert, cook, r. 54 Minna rear 
Bahn Albert, operator Rosenthal Feder & Co., 

r. 1806 Mason 
Bahn Charles, mate, r. 1806 Mason 
Bahn Louis, blacksmith Gallagher & Peters, r. 

729 Brannan 
C^Bahn. See Bain, Bane and Baine 
Bahney Luther W., druggist W. M. Searby, r. 

899 Pine 
Bahnsen Carl, hostler St. George stables 
Bahnsen Daniel T., limedealer, r. 25 Goettin- 

gen 
Bahnsen John, hostler James Tomkinson 
Bahr Aage, porter Popular Dining Rooms, r. 

40 Morris Av. 
Bahr Adolph, electrician Edison Elec. Con- 
struction Co., r. 522 Valencia 
Bahr Dora Miss, ironer Modern Laundry, r. 
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Bahr Frederick, tanner, r. 1101, 5th Av. South 
Bahr Herman, laborer Norton Tanning Co., r. 

1101, 5th Av. South 
Bahr John, cutter Meyerstein & Co., r. Ala- 
meda 
Bahr Joseph, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

Ill Erie 
Bahr Louis, driver Mohns & Kaltenbach, r. 

Berkeley 
Bahr Paul, plumber, r. 1307 Fillmore 
Bahr William, butcher C. E. Whitney & Co., 

r. 1509, 8th Av. South 
Bahr William A., shoes, 522 Valencia 
(C^Bahr. See Baar, Bar and Barre 
Bahrenburg Frederick, helper Charles Bach, 

r. 37 Valparaiso 
Bahrs Amelia Miss, cashier Gas Consumers' 

Assn., r. 1291/2 Hartford 
Bahrs Andrew, gatekeeper The Chutes. 
BAHBS QEORQE H. 

judge and presiding judge Superior Court 

Department 3, chambers City Hall, 2d floor 

Bahrs Henry, pressfeeder H. S. Crocker Co., 

r. 3922, 18th 
Bahrs Jacob F., butcher, r. 1901 Hyde 
Bahrs John, teamster Naber, Alfs & Brune, r. 

3922, 18th 
Bahrs John G., gripman Cal. St. RR., r. 1901 

Hyde 
Bahrs Julia Miss, stenographer, r. 1203 Gough 
Bahrt Frederick, plumber, r. 3701 Mission 
Bahrt Henry, teamster, r. 3143%, 16th 
Bahrt John, bartender, r. 3701 Mission 
Bahrt Martin F. C, liquors, 3701 Mission 
Baier Charles, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Baier John, restaurant, 3 Jackson, r. 905 

Diamond 
Baier Paul, cigar mfr., 130 Oak 
Baikie James, salesman American Biscuit Co., 

r. Lorin 
Baikie John T., helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. 54 Clementina 
Bail Emil F., asst. engineer str. Alcazar, r. 

557% Minna 
Bail Emil W., marine engineer, 36 East South 
Bail Otto, barber R. A. Gibson, r. 45 Hoff Av. 
Bail Paul, tailor, r. 15 Monroe 
(E^Bail. See Bailie and Bayley and Bayly 
Bailey A. H., pantr3rman Palace Hotel, r. 447% 

Natoma 
Bailey Alexander H., r. 214 Ashbury 
Bailey Alexander P., tinsmith Taylor, Adams 

& Pritchard, r. 276, 10th 
Bailey Amos J., r. 1523 Sanchez 
Bailey Anna, widow, r. 3616, 19th 
Bailey Arthur, foreman Hink, Jaenicke & Co., 

r BGrkdcv 
Bailey B. H., r. 922 Battery 
Bailey Birdie, widow, r. 838 Alabama 
Bailey Byron, carpenter, r. 4433, 17th 
Bailey Charles, propr. The Mariposa, 1169 

Mission 
Bailey Charles A., mining. Safe Deposft Bldg. 
Bailey Charles A., real estate, 20 Montgomery, 

r. Oakland 
BAILEY CHARLES F. 

manager The Hughes, 214, 3d 
Bailey Charles H. (Bailey & Robertson) r. 

236 Fair Oaks 
Bailey Charles M., engineer str. Noys 
Bailey Charles P., Ry. postal clerk, r. Ala- 
meda 
Bailey C. J. & Co. (Boston) Goodyear Rubber 
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Bailey Clara B. Miss, teacher Emerson Pri- 
mary School, r. 830 Union 
Bailey Clarence W., bicycle wks., 1807 Folsom 
Bailey Delise F., widow, r. 153 Tehama 
Bailey Edward, electrician, r. 53 Hardy 
Bailey Edward O., paperhanger G. J. Mc- 

AulifEe, r. 1332 Florida 
Bailey Edward W., liquors, 119 Montgomery, 

r. 316%, 5th Av. 
Bailey Elizabeth, widow, dressmaker, r. 9 

Henderson Av. 
Bailey Ellen, widow, r. 276, 10th 
Bailey Elton, paver, r.263, 13th 
Bailey Emily M. Mrs., r. 32a Lafayette 
Bailey Ernest, charger Cal. Fire Works Co., 
Bailey Everett E., student, r. 2016 Howard 
Bailey F., bookkeeper, r. 348, 4th 
Bailey F L., brakeman S. P. Co., r. 252%, 4tn 
Bailey Francis T., gardener, r. 266 Farallones 
Bailey Frank A., groceries, Corbett Av. nr. 

Ingleside 
Bailey Frank D., carpenter, r. 125a Page 
Bailey Frank R., plumber, 988 McAllister 
Bailey G. A. C, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

72 Tennessee 
Bailey George, r. 1630 Howard 
Bailey George, captain Engine 10 
Bailey George, carpenter, r. 634 Waller 
Bailey George E., teamster, r. 148 Tehama 
Bailey George G., engineer chemical engme 7, 

r. 76 Albion Av. 
Bailey George H., foreman Pel ton Water 

Wheel Co., r. 1030 Page 
Bailey George I. (Bailey & Torpey) r. 112 

Jones ^ „ 

Bailey George W., hostler N. J. Rogers, r. 

918 Treat Av. 
Bailey Harry, stableman, r. 16 Lapidge 
Bailey Harry T., bookkeeper Empire Laundry, 

r. 755 Bryant 
Bailey Henry, stockbroker, r. 1015 Howard 
Bailey Henry F.. janitor Cogswell Polytech- 
nical College, r. SW. cor. 26th and Fol- 
som 
Bailey Henry F., with Shreve & Co., r. 465 
Eddy ^^^ 

Bailey Henry P., dealer barrels, r. 1015 

Howard 
Bailey Henry S., jeweler Tuckey & Kline, r. 

1127 Silver Av. 
Bailey, Isaac L., carriagemaker, r. 911% Har- 
rison 
Bailey Iva F. Miss, copyist U. S. Surveyor- 
General's office, r. 3009 Laguna 
Bailey James, carpenter, r. 117 Milton 
Bailey James, clerk Foster & Oscar, r. Oak- 
land 
BAILEY JAMES D. 

general agent Insurance Co. of North 
America (of Philadelphia) 412 California, r. 
1915 Franklin 
Bailey James P., tanner Isaac L?vy, r. 1332 

Florida 
Bailey James S., r. 1127 Silver Av. 
Bailey James T. (Elliott & Bailey) r. 1635 

Howard 
Bailey James T., machinist Byron Jackson 

Machine Wks., r. 666 Minna 
Bailey J. Murray, mining engineer, 632 Mar- 
ket, r. 657 Bush 
Bailey John, painter, r. 520a Turk 
Bailey John, pressman Examiner, r. 173 
Minna 



BAILEY JOHN T. & CO. 

(Philadelphia) manufacturers spring twine 

Hamilton Wills Jr. manager, 304 Sacra- 
mento 
Bailey Joseph, contractor, r. 924 Guerrero 
Bailey Joseph H., r. 17 Polk 
Bailey Joseph P., hoseman Engine 6, r. 1015 

Howard 
Bailey Lamartine E., clerk freight auditor's 

dept S. P. Co., r. 1111 Steiner 
Bailey Laura E. Mrs., r. 130a Oak 
Bailey Lewis S., salesman Cal. Saw Wks., r. 

Alameda 
Bailey Lola M. Mrs., r. 1560 Fulton 
Bailey Louis, bartender T. J. Scriven, r. 722 

Fulton 
Bailey Lyman C, stenographer, r. 1929 Union 
Bailey Mamie Mrs., bakery, 301 Fremont 
Bailey Mary A., widow, r. 1001 Fillmore 
Bailey M. E. Mrs., r. 1109 Post 
Bailey Milton D., with Ins. Co. of North 

America, r. 1915 Franklin 
Eailey Newton J., car dispatcher Market St 

Ry., r. 132 Duncan 
Bailey Peter, seaman str. Newport 
Eailey Peter, tanner, r. 1332 Florida 
Bailey Raymond H., clerk Charles A. Bailey, 

r. Oakland 
Bailey Rebecca Miss, r. 911% Harrison 
Bailey Richard G., solicitor Dewey Publishing 

Co., r. San Mateo 
Bailey Rydie F. Miss, r. 3009 Laguna 
Bailey Sadie Mrs., teacher music, r. 426 . 

Tehama 
Bailey Sarah M., widow, lodgings, 757 Howard 
Bailey Sheppard D., r. 1010 Persia Av. 
Bailey Susan A., widow, r. 53 Hardy 
Bailey Thomas, stevedore P. M. SS. Co. 
Bailey Thomas E., salesman Collins & Co., 

r. 3649, 18th 
Bailey Thomas J., plumber, SW. cor. Hayes > 

and Laguna, r. 1030 Oak 
Bailey Thomas L., r. 276, 10th i 

Bailey Timothy J., policeman, r. 813% Fulton n 
Bailey Walter, porter, r. 24 Verona 
Bailey Warren G., clerk, r. 2124, 15th 
Bailey Wild C, physician, 935 Sutter 
Bailey Willard C, Interne St. Luke's Hospital 
Bailey William H., capitalist. Safe Deposit 

Bldg., r. Oakland 
Bailey & Robertson (Charles H. Bailey and 

Boiling C. Robertson) produce commission, 

405 Front 
BAILEY & TORPEY 

(George I. Bailey and Willi^^m H. Torpey) 

proprietors Golden Gate Livery and Riding 1 

Academy, 24 Golden Gate Av. 
C?' Bailey. See Baillie, Baily, Bailley and 

Bayly 
Bailhache John M., clerk Chief Quarter- 
master's office, Dept. of Cal., r. 431 Ellis 
Bailhache Nicholas, tilesetter W. W. Monta- 
gue & Co., r. 128a Hayes 
Bailie Charles E., deputy clerk Supreme 

Court, r. Sacramento 
Bailie Margaret Miss, teacher Longfellow 

Primary School, 431 Bryant 
Bailie Thomas, stevedore, r. 431 Bryant 
Bailie Thomas J., clerk, r. 431 Bryant 
Bailie W. T., cook str. Pomona 
Bailie John J., clerk Henry Horwege, r. 331 

Kearny 
Balllet Antone, laundryman, r. 24 Glover 
Baillie Anna M. Mrs., dressmaking, 27 Kisa- 

llng 
Baillie John A., r. 926% Harrison 
Baillie Kenneth G., clerk Tillmann & Bendel, 

r. 27 Kissling 
Baillie William, foreman W. B. Sumner & Co., 

r. 136 Douglass 
Bailly Albert J. (Hampton & Ballly) r. 346 

Church 
Bailly Alexander, bakery, 822 Montgomery 
Bailly Arthur M., clerk L. Duprat, r. 143, IZth 

Av. 
Bailly John M., r. 3614%, 16th 
Bailly Jules, clerk L. Duprat, r. 148, 12th AT. 



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iailly Leon F., stone polisher Mutual L. & L. 

Co., r. 143, l^th Av. 
Jailly T. Edward, physician, Phelan Bldg., 

r. 817 Golden Gate Av. 
{ally Alexander H. Jr., carpenter, r. 1686 Fell 
Jaily Anna Miss, canvasser, r. 47 Elgin Park 

Av. 
Jally Charles, salesman, r. 3616, 19th 
3aily Blisha I., colonel U. S. A. retired, r. 

1316 Dolores 
Jaily Florence Miss, canvasser, r. 47 Elgin 

Park Av. 
Jaily Walter C, carpenter, r. 1686 Fell 
Jally William J., r. 47 Elgin Park Av. 
Jaily William K., bartender, r. 47 Elgin Park 

Av. 
rT-Baily. See Bailey, Bailly, BaUlle and 

Bayley 
Jain Alexander (Hansen & Bain) r. 1740 Bry- 
ant 
Jain Alfred, musician, r. 4381/6 Chestnut. 
Jain Anna, widow, r. 1436 Pine 
Jain Charles C, waiter, r. 16 Grove 
Iain Florence, widow, r. 4 Graham PI. 
lain Frank W., molder Hansen & Bain, r. 

2960, 21st 
lain Frederick B., with Robert D. Bain, r. 

Fruitvale 
lain Hattie J. Mrs., vice-principal Crocker 

Grammar School, r, 1401 Guerrero 
lain Henry C, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

824 Kearny 
lain James, clerk, r. 2208 Geary 
lain Robert B., tea broker, Luning Bldg., r. 

Fruitvale 
;ain Robert B. Jr., tea broker, Luning Bldg., 

r. Fruitvale 
lain William A., marine engineer, r. 1401 

Guerrero 
lain William E., molder Hansen & Bain, r. 

2960, 21st 
lain William H., millhand, r. 27 Laskie 
5^Bain. See Bahn, Baine, 
lainbridge Arnop, sergeant 

Bourbon PI. 
lainbridge Augusta C. Mrs., 

O'Farrell 
lainbridge Benjamin, currier C. G. Fenfiett 

& Co., r. 520% Howard 
lainbridge Caroline H., widow, r. 1228 Wash- 
ington 
alnbrldge Harry, helper 

r. 118 Mississippi, 
lainbridge Laura Miss, r 
■ainbridge Lottie Miss, r 
aines Charles, cementlayer, r. 453 Sanchez 
laines Hanora M., widow, r. 608 Ivy Av. 
laines Robert E., r. 608 Ivy Av. 
laines Thomas F., driver, r. 608 Ivy Av 
lalnes William E., with Moss & Co., r. 674 

Bush 
ainford Corlnne, widow, r. 644 Stevenson 
lair Clarence L., carriage trimmer Stude- 

baker Bros. Mfg. Co., r. 37, 22d 
lalrd Alexander P., herbalist, 1916 Market. 
laird Azariah M., superintendent Sanborn, 

Vail & Co., r. 722 Minna 
lalrd Brothers & Wolter (Earl D. and Floyd 

L. Baird and Herman Wolter) butchers, 

1190 Valencia 
lalrd Charles W., vice-president and manager 

Overland Freight Transfer Co., 203 Front, 

r. 612 Oak 
lalrd David J., r. 2513 Pacific Av. 
alrd Earl D. (Baird Bros. & Wolter) r. 2901B 

Mission 
lalrd Floyd L. (Baird Bros. & Wolter) r. 1192 

Valencia 
lAIRD FREDERICK G. 

dentist, office 771 Sutter, hours 9 a. m. to 12 

m. and 1 to 5 p. m., tel. Larkin 232 
lalrd George D., clerk Fireman's E^ind Ins. 

Co., r. 1719 Larkin 
lalrd George W., gripman Market St. Ry., r 

2600 Sutter 
lalrd Herbert, helper Pac. Saw Mfg. Co., r. 

235 Golden Gate Av. 



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Baird James M., printer James H. Barry, r. 

Oakland 
Baird Jennie E., widow, r. 1725 Eddy 
Baird John, shoemaker, r. 536 O'Farrell 
Baird John, painter Ryan & Co. 
Baird John R., student, r. 2513 Pacific Av. 
Baird Lancey, clerk Alexander & Baldwin, r. 

Berkeley 
Baird Luther A., clerk, r. 1725 Eddy 
Baird Mary L. Mrs., dentist, 771 Sutter 
Baird Miles T., r. 2513 Pacific Av. 
Baird R. Curtiss, with Bank of California, r. 

Berkeley 
Baird R. H., clerk Car Record Office S. P. 

Co., r. Alameda 
Baird Robert B., surveyor Board of Fire 

Underwriter's, r. Berkeley 
Baird V. C. Mrs., widow, r. 2513 Pacific 
Baird Wesley N., r. 1725 Eddy 
Baird William E., r. 1725 Eddy 
C^ Baird. See Beard 
Balreutnei' Charles, r. 1381 Minna 
Baireuther John, butcher, r. 1381 Minna 
Baisley Walter A., machinist, r. 1303^^ Castro 
Balteaux W. H., salesman, r. 824 Powell 
Bajlo Giovanni (DobelU & Bajlo) r. 802 Union 
Bakarcich Samuel, restaurant, 523 Commer- 
cial, r. 705 Vallejo 
Baker Abijah, r. Hotel Pleasanton 
Baker Adam, driver Galindo & Rothberg, r. 

659 Howard 
Baker Adam, teamster, r. 9*^ Madison Av. 
Baker Adda Miss, dressmaker, r. 1217 Fell 
Baker A. Edward, carpenter J. T. Mabey, r. 

44, 3d 
Baker Albert H., 1st officer str. City of Para, 

r. 96 Fair Oaks 
Baker Albert J., salesman Slebe Shoe Co., r. 

17021/6 Buchanan 
Baker Albertine M. Mrs., stenographer John 

Wieland Brewery, r. 911 Jones 
Baker Alexander G., polisher Schussler Bros., 

r. 423 Laguna 
Baker Alfred E., springmaker Am. Steel and 

Wire Co., r. 2017 Powell 
Baker Alfred G., porter Neustadter Bros., r. 

12 Erie 
Baker Alfred V., r. 837 California 
Baker Alice E., widow, r. 3622, 20th. 
Baker Alpheus, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

204, 2d 
Baker Alvln C, clerk freight auditor's dept. 

S. P. Co., r. Oakland 
Baker, Andrew J., salesman Emporium, r. 

926 Haight 
Baker Annie, widow, r. 260 Tehama rear 
Baker Annie Mrs. (Baker & Frgeman) r. 227, 

6th 
Baker Annie Mrs., bakery, 100 Franklin 
Baker Arthur H., cutter W. V. Becker, r. II7I/6 

Fair Oaks 
Baker Arthur S., cashier Payot, Upham & 

Co., r. 1812 Lyon 
Baker Arthur T., clerk C. E. Stokes, r."'Oak- 

land 
Baker Arthur W., dentist, 1170 Market, r. 1812 

Lyon 
Baker Augustus, vulcanizer Gorham Rubber 

Co., r. 727 Guerrero 
Baker Bela O., clerk Stewart Bros., r. 309 

Clement 
Baker Benjamin F., distributor La Grande 

Laundry, r. 357, 11th 
Baker Bernhard, fruitdealer, r. 1 Morrell PI. 



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Baker Bessie Miss, waitress Dennett's, r. 942 
Mission 

Baker Calvert M., cigars, 1828 Market, r. 25 
Sanchez 

Baker Charles, clerk, r. li^ Wall 

Baker Charles, lamplighter S. F. Gas and 
Elec. Co., r. 1401 Gough 

Baker Charles, painter J. H. Keefe, r. 16i^ 
Joice 

Baker Charles A., r. 351 Tehama 

Baker Charles A., clerk Raphael Weill & Co., 
r. 1320 Pine 

Baker Charles E., bicycles, 930 Oak 

Baker Charles E., driver Pac. Carriage Co., r 
1203 Market 

Baker Charles F. (Witzell & Baker) r. 1420 
Larkin 

Baker Charles F., exchange teller Crocker- 
Woolworth National Bank, r. Oakland 

Baker Charles H., bookkeeper, r. 60 Zoe 

Baker Charles H., nursery, 52 Chenery 

Baker Charles M., foreman Baldwin Gas Light 
Co., r. 447 Stevenson 

Baker Charles R., lamplighter S. F. Gas and 
Elec. Co., r. 1401 Gough 

Baker Charles S., carrier Postofflce, r. 50 Scott 
PI. 

Baker Charles W., restaurant, 38, 7th, r. 6 
Turk 

Baker Clarence C, r. 217 Joost Av. 

Baker Clarissa, widow, r. 2533 Folsom 

Baker Colin C, r. 824 Ellis 

Baker Conrad, foreman laboratory U. S. Mint, 
r. 926 Haight 

Baker David, molder Fulton Eng. & Ship 
Bldg. Wks., r. NE. cor. Laguna and 
Chestnut 

Baker David J., liquors, 600, 6th, r. 983 Harri- 
son 

Baker Edmund, representative Alsen's Port- 
land Cement Wks., Mills Bldg., r. 606 Sut- 
ter 

Baker Edward, clerk Jesse Moore, Hunt Co., 
r. 227, 6th 

Baker Elizabeth, widow, r. 218, 11th 

Baker Ellen, widow, r. 1882 Washington 

Baker Ellen M., widow, r. 527 Minnesota 

Baker Emily Miss, stenographer Risdon I. & 
L. Wks., r. 1239 Pine 

Baker Emma C, widow, r. 323 Grove 

Baker E. P. Mrs., widow, r. 1707 Gough 

Baker E. Percival, r. 1610 Stockton 

Baker Ephraim, conductor, r. 933 Devisadero 

Baker Eugene J., teamster, r. 754 Bryant 

Baker E. V. Mrs., r. 534 Bush 

Baker F., oiler str. State of Cal. 

Baker Francis S., r. 1186 Haight 

Baker Frank, laborer, r. 926 Mission 

Baker Frank A., salesman F. H. Ames Co., r. 
1300 Polk 

Baker Frank B. (Demartini & Baker) r. 
Brentwood, Cal. 

BAKER FRANK E. 

secretary, Geo. E. Dow Pumping Engine 
Co., SE. cor. 1st and Natoma, r. 1422 Geary 

BAKER FRANK J. 

(Frank J. Baker & Co.) r. Sausalito, tel. 
Main 43 

Baker Frank J., cashier George H. Tay Co., r. 
926a Fulton 

BAKER FRANK J. & CO. 

(Frank J. Baker) civil and hydraulic en- 
gineers and surveyors, 325 Montgomery, 
room 34, tel. Davis 232 



Baker Fred, butcher, r. 3 Chatham PI. 
Baker Fred, helper Union Iron Wks., r. Oak- 
land 
Baker FVed, printer, r. 510 Ellis 
Baker Fred E. W., conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 1749 Hayes 
Baker Frederick, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

527 Minnesota 
Baker Frederick, machinist W. T. Garratt & 

Co., r. 712 Ivy Av. 
Baker Frederick F., porter Porter Bros. Co., 

r. 1217 Fell 
Baker Frederick W., clerk, r. 949 Hayes 
Baker George, clerk forwarding dept. W^lls. 

Fargo & Co., r. 727 Guerrero 
Baker George, liquors, 921 Kearny, r. 624 Cali- 
fornia 
Baker George A., clerk C. A. Slack, r. 409 

Mason 
Baker George H., manager Odorless Exca- 
vating Co. and lithographer, r. 281 Green 
Baker George S., inspector in charge Bureau 

of Animal Industry U. S. Dept. Agri- 
culture, Flood Bldg., r. 1312 Golden Gate 

Av. 
Baker George S., machinist, r. 1028 Haight 
Baker George W., atty-at-law, Mills Bldg., r. 

Oakland 
Baker Harry, apprentice Ames & Harris, 

r. 357, 11th 
Baker Harry A., silversmith Shreve & Co., r. 

Berkeley 
Baker Harry L.., atty-at-law, Mills Bldg., r. 

Oakland 
Baker Helen, widow, r. 306 Valencia 
Baker Helia, widow, r. 1871, 15th Av. South 
Baker Henry, cook, r. llB Harrison Av. 
Baker Henry, glass decorator, r. 1433 Mission 
Baker Henry, ironworker, r. 47 Chesley 
Baker Henry C, cabinetmaker Schussler 

Bros., r. 423 Laguna 
Baker Henry E., salesman Payot, Upham & 

Co., r. 553 O'Farrell 
Baker Henry R., waiter, r. 407 Franklin 
Baker Henry W., r. 617% Post 
Baker Hill Mining Co., 523 Kearny 
Baker Homer M., mgr. Pittsburg Aluminum 

Co., 1028 Market 
Baker Isaac M., r. 25 Sanchez 
Baker Jacob H., clerk, r. 219 Chattanooga 
Baker James, steward, r. 3 Broderlck 
Baker James W., accountant Call, r. Hotel 

St. Nicholas 
Baker Jane, widow, r. 904 Leavenworth 
Baker John, r. Monticello, nr. Garfield 
Baker John, steward stmr. City of Sydney, r. 

26 Chattanooga 
Baker John, teamster B. M. Atchinson & Co., 

r. 414 Locust 
BAKER JOHN JR. 

manager Union Oil Co. of California, 16 

Front, r. 1806 Pine 
Baker John E., r. 823 Folsom 
Baker John G., r. 414 Locust 
Baker John H., teamster J. H. Kruse, r. 205 

Bartlett 
Baker John L., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

1522 Ellis 
Baker John M., salesman Baker & Hamilton, 

r. 728 Powell 
Baker John W., photographer, 1028 Market, r. 

Oakland 
Baker Joseph, machinist Krogh Mfg. Co., r. 

727 Guerrero 
Baker Julia, widow, r. 17 Fair Oaks 
Baker J. W., waiter Palace Hotel, r. 120 Ellis 
Baker Leon, clerk, r. 754 Bryant 
Baker Lionel L.. packer Robert L. Toplitz & 

Co., r. 218. 11th 
Baker L. L. Mrs., widow, r. 1882 Washington 
Baker Lottie, widow, r. 13 Kate 
Baker Lucy A., widow, r. 1074 Union 
Baker M. A. Mrs., r. 751 Guerrero 
Baker Margaret, widow, r. 108, 28th 
Baker Mary A., widow, dressmaker, r. 726 

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Baker Mary A. Mrs., r. 260 Tehama rear 



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'Jaker Matthew, molder Steiger & Kerr, r. 
; 530, 3d 

leaker Maurice M., r. 19121/^ Broderick 
leaker Melville C. (Melville C. Baker & Son) 
r. 607 Mission 

3AKER MELVILLE C. & SON 

(MelvUle C. and Walter R.) plumljers, lock- 
smitlis, bells, general repairing and model 
makers, 607 Mission, teL Brown 58 

Jaker Mignon Miss, cashier D. M. Osborne & 

Co. 
3aker Milton E., r. 217 Joost Av. 
iJaker Morris M. (Bossert & Co.) r. 19121/^ 

Broderick 
3AKEB, NILES E. 

manager The De Laval Separator Co., 103- 

105 Mission, r. 1372, 11th, East Oakland 
3aker Peter, r. Igi^ Page 
Baker Peter, fireman str. Queen, r. 113 Na- 

toma 
Baker Peter, laborer, r. 8 Anthony- 
Baker Peter, sawyer, r. 533 Sacramento 
Baker Philip S., r. 1219 Buchanan 
Baker R. D., clerk P. C. SS. Co. 
Baker Richard H., cook, r. 632 Mission 
Baker R. J. A., salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & 

Co., r. 1414 California 
Baker Robert B. Jr., conductor, r. 1033 Golden 

Gate Av. 
Baker Robert T. (Baker & Co.) r. 857 Bryant 
Baker Roland, foreman Coast Review Print- 
ing Co., r. Golden Gate, Cal. 
Baker Samuel, salesman A. Andrews, r. 1936 

Bush 
Baker Sarah, widow, r. 2230 Sutter 
Baker Schuyler, carpenter City Hall, r. 668 

Pine 
Baker Selina C, widow, r. 117^/^ Fair Oaks 
Baker Susanna, widow, r. 423 Laguna 
Baker Theresa, widow, r. 351 Tehama 
Baker Thomas F., operator W. U. Tel. Co., 

r. 1217 Fell 
Baker Thomas F., repairer S. P. Co., r. 16 

Oak Grove Av. 
Baker- Vawter Co. 
Baker W. A., laborer, r. 32 
3AKER WAKEFIELD 

president Baker & Hamilton, NW. cor. 

Pine and Davis, r. 2701 Pacific Av. 
Baker Walter H., r. 899 Pine 
Baker Walter R. (Melville C. Baker & Son) 

r. 607 Ellis 
Baker Warren G., machinist Charles E. 

Baker, r. 930 Oak 
Baker William, r. 214. 3d 
Baker William, machinist Union Gas Engine 

Co., r. 727 Guerrero 
Baker William, teamster, r. 506, 4th 
Baker William E., bookkeeper Revere Rubber 

Co., r. 817 Eddy 
Baker William G., carpenter, 1305 Valencia, r. 

1240 Valencia 
Baker William H., r. 311 Castro 
Baker William H. (Ring & Baker) r. 1320 Pine 
Baker William J., teamster Wainwright & 

Fasten, r. 222 Minna 
Baker William R., propr. New Adelaide 

House, 614 Howard 
Baker William S., carpenter, r. 3262, 22d 
Baker William T., bartender, r. 222 Minna 
Baker & Co. (Robert T. Baker and Herman 

Wingerter) draymen, 201 Davis 
Baker & Freeman (Mrs. Annie Baker and 

Mrs. Mary Freeman) lodgings, 227, 6th 

BAKER & HAMILTON 

(incorporated) Wakefield Baker president, 
Alexander Hamilton vice-president and 
secretary, importers and jobbers hard- 
ware, agricultural implements, veMcles, 
bicycles, creamery outfitting and supplies, 
engines, boilers, etc., and proprietors 
Benicia Agricultural Works (Benicia, Cal.) 
NW. cor. Pine and Davis, 9-15 J, Sacra- 
mento. 134-136 North Los Angeles. Los 
Angeles, OaL, and 256 Broadway, N. Y., 
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JOHN A. McCALL, President. 

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in^Baker. See Becker 

Bakers and Butchers Exchange, Gunther & 

Junker, proprs., 763 Howard 
BAKEBS HOaiE 

Kilhoffer & Kraft proprietors, 623-625 Clay 
Bakewell Thomas V., atty-at-law, 101 San- 
some, r. Oakland 
Bakie John, foundryman, r. 247, 2d 
Bakke Severin J., miner, r. 24 Elgin Park Av. 
Bakke S. J., seaman U. S. str. General Mc- 
Dowell, r. 10131/2 Larkin 
Bakofsky Charles, laborer, r. 1147 San Bruno 

Av. 
Bakofsky Edward, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1147 San Bruno Av. 
Bakofsky Gustav, painter, r. 1147 San Bruno 

Av. 
Bakulich Matthew, bartender Radovich Bros., 

r. 22061/2 Fillmore 
Bakulich Virgil N., policeman, r. 2206% Fill- 
more 
Balagna Dominick, carpenter, r. 1629 Mason 
Balagna Frederick, shirtcutter, r. 1629 Mason 
C^Balance. See Ballance 
Balart Dagoberto, clerk Ceylon Tea Co., r. 

1432 Folsom 
Balart Lisardo Mrs., widow, r. 1432 Folsom 
Balbach A., machinist F. A. Robins Press 

Wks.. r. Oakland 
Balbani Rmaldo D., clerk, r. 5 Douglass 
Balbontin Andrew, barber, r. 1885 Mission 
Balcera Joseph (Segalas & Balcera) r. 800 Fol- 
som 
Balch Daniel W., assayer, r. 2502 Sutter 
Balch George T., bookkeeper Joshua Hendy 

Machine Wks., r. 2502 Sutter 
Balch John W., master ship John A. Briggs, 

54 Steuart 
Balchen Gustav E., carpenter S. P. Co., r. 

1107A Folsom 
Balcom Betsy, widow, r. 1419 Larkin 
Balcom Margaret, widow, r. 1413 Larkin 
Balcom Wells E., buyer Simpson Lumber Co., 

r. 2207 Scott 
Baldacci Frank, fruits, 2108, 15th 
Baldasini Tomaso (E. Rosaia & Co.) r. 1402 

Kearny 
Baldassone John, roaster D. Ghiradelli Co., r. 

900 North Point 
Balderson George, waiter Old Peoples Home 
Baldes Frederick F., laundryman, r. 2601V^ 

Polk 
BaldeS Manuel F. (Baldes & Garcia) 415 Brau- 

nan 
Baldes & Garcia (Manuel F. Baldes & Antoue 

M. Garcia) barbers, 200 Townsend 
Baldi Ferdinando, notions, 1841 Market 
Baldi Marco, knifegrinder, r. 5 Kent 
Baldit Eugene, boarding, 818 Pacific 
Baldocchi Angelina, widow, r. 419% Filbert 
Baldocchi Angelo, fruits, 2501 Howard 
Baldocchi Angelo G. (Podesta & Baldocchi) r. 

10 Monroe _^ 

Baldocchi Casimir, fruits, NE. cor. McAllister 

and Buchanan, r. 697 Fulton 
Baldocchi Cherubino, fruits, 288 O'Farrell, r. 

3091/2 O'Farrell 
Baldocchi Daniel (F. & D. Baldocchi) r. 623 

Union 
Baldocchi Emilio, cooper A. Petzold, r. 27a 

Hinckley 
Baldocchi F. &. D. (Fortunate and Daniel) 

fruits, 623 Union 
Baldocchi Fortunate (F. & D. Baldocchi) r. 

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BaldocchI Frank (G. Bertini & Co.) r. 3031 
Sacramento 

Baldocchi Prank (Venturi & Baldocchi) r. 
1603% Dupont 

Baldocchi Guiseppe (Baldocchi & Venaglia) r. 
27a Hinckley 

Baldocchi Giuseppe, painter, r. 822% Green 

Baldocchi Louis, salesman C. Baldocchi, r. 
309% O'Farrell 

Baldocchi Robert, fish and fruits, 2332 Fill- 
more 

Baldocchi & Venaglia (Giuseppe Baldocchi 
and Attilio Venaglia) fruits, 1308 Dupont 

Baldridge Frank G., clerk Schloss Crockery 
Co., r. Berkeley 

Baldridge, Robert A., r. 3012, 20th 

Baldwin Alexander R., atty-at-law, 532 Mar- 
ket, r. 2900 Devisadero 

Baldwin Alexander R. Mrs., widow, r. 2901 
Devisadero 

Baldwin Alexander W., manager R. H. Her- 
ron & Co., 303 Bush, r. 734 Shrader 

Baldwin Alfred W., r. 1806 Larkin 

Baldwin Amelia Miss, stenographer. Mills 
Bldg., r. 1210 Fell 

Baldwin Annex, 930 Market 

Baldwin Antonia G. Mrs., r. 211% Jones 

BALDWIN A. S. 

president Baldwin & Howell, 10 Montgom- 
ery, r. 2231 Washington 

BAI.DWIN BARRY 

manager Macondray & Co., 116 California 

Baldwin Barry Jr., solicitor Catton, Bell & 
Co., r. 2945 Washington 

Baldwin Blanche Miss, stenographer Exam- 
iner, r. 316 Hayes 

Baldwin Charles E., clerk P. C. SS. Co., r. 
813 Laguna 

Baldwin David L., machinist Cal. Saw Wks., 
r. 405, 6th 

BALDWIN EDWARD L. 

proprietor Ferry Drug Co. and treasurer 
and general manager E. L. Baldwin Co., 8 
Market, r. Alameda 

BALDWIN EDWARD L. CO. 

E. L. Baldwin treasurer and general man- 
ager, E. A. Boulton secretary, manufac- 
turing chemists, 8 Market 

Baldwin Elias J., capitalist, r. 1217 California 

Baldwin Elizabeth Mrs., r. 305 Larkin 

Baldwin Ellen L. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 621 
Gough 

Baldwin Ephralm C, r. 1528 Howard 

Baldwin Essie M., widow, r. 691 Geary 

Baldwin Frederick A., salesman W. J. Sloane 
& Co., r. 290 Page 

Baldwin Gas Light Co., works, 439 Stevenson 

Baldwin George A., laborer, r. 94 Zoe 

Baldwin George B., r. 431 Ellis 

Baldwin George C, barber, 1208 Railroad Av. 

Baldwin George E., special agent Pac. Tel. & 
Tel. Co.. r. 1005 Hayea 

Baldwin George H., teamster W. 0. Stafford 
& Co., r. 438 Ivy Av. 

Baldwin George P., supt. Ira Bishop, office, 23 
Stevenson, r. 1806 Larkin 

Baldwin G. Ferls, bookkeeper Pac. Tel. & Tel. 
Co. 

Baldwin Harriet M. Mrs., nurse, r. 1260 Ellis 

Baldwin Henry G., student, r. 16a Cumber- 
land 



BALDWIN HENRY P. 

(Alexander & Baldwin) and president Hj 

waiian Commercial and Sugar Co., 4] 

Market, r. Hawaiian Islands 
Baldwin Henry R., driver La Grande Laur 

dry, r. 1860 Folsom 
BALDWIN HOUSE 

Holm & Saxtorph proprietors, 30-32 Ell 
Baldwin Imogene, widow, r. 2965, 21st 
Baldwin James T., driver La Grande Laui 

dry, r. 1704 Folsom 
Baldwin James W., carpenter, 320 O'Farrel 

r. Berkeley 
Baldwin Janet M., widow, r. 1521 Washingto 
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO. 

Maurice Van Vliet vice-president an 

manager, Charles Isaac secretary, mai 

ufacturing jewelers, gold and silversmith 

844-846 Market, tel. Main 1644, branch o: 

flee, 27, 3d 
Baldwin John M., r. 1521 Washington 
Baldwin Katherine Miss, stenographer, r. 3: 

Hayes 
Baldwin Margaret Miss, dressmaker, r. 3! 

Hayes 
Baldwin Mary J., widow, r. 722% Capp 
Baldwin Mary S., widow, r. 1210 Fell 
Baldwin Matilda, widow, r. 316 Hayes 
Baldwin Michael, fireman, r. 238 East Soul 
Baldwin M. V. Mrs., r. Occidental Hotel 
Baldwin Nellie S. Miss, teacher Hamilti 

Grammar School, r. 2812 Sacramento 

BALDWIN 0. D. & SON 

(Orvllle D. and Orville R.) real estate, i 

Montgomery 
Baldwin Orville C, salesman G. H. UmbM 

& Co. 
Baldwin Orville D. (O. D. Baldwin & Son) 

3700 Washington 
Baldwin Orville R. (O. D. Baldwin & Son) I 

Montgomery 
BALDWIN PHARMACY 

Dr. J. S. Potts proprietor, J. A. Log« 

manager, 119-121 Ellis 
Baldwin R. G. Mrs., r. 617 Eddy 
Baldwin Rosanna, widow, r. 1538, 12th A' 

South 
Baldwin Samuel, engineer, r. 3241, 2l3t 
Baldwin Scott, r. 19 Dehon 
Baldwin Thomas A., oiler Market St Ry., 

72 Manchester 
Baldwin Thomas E., carpenter, r. 316 Hayee 
Baldwin Thomas J., operator W. U. Tel. C« 

r. 2919 Octavia 
Baldwin Vera Miss, missionary, r. 257 Tehan 
Baldwin Wallace, agent str. Monticello, 



H., engraver Examiner, 



Vallejo, Cal. 
Baldwin William 

2965, 21st 
Baldwin William H.. major U. S. A., Con 

missary of Subsistence, purchasing con 

misary, 103 Market, r. Berkeley 
Baldwin William O., pressman Edward 1 

Beattie, r. 202 Turk 

BALDWIN & HOWELL 

A. S. Baldwin president, J. R. Howell se 
retary, real estate, rent coDectors, au 
tioneers and insurance brokers, 10 Mon 
g-omery 

Bales Alexander Z., carpenter, r. 589, 

Bales David W., blacksmith P. C. SS. 
East Oakland 

Balfe M. J., r. 1001 Pine 

Balfour-Guthrie Investment Co., A. 
liamson president, 316 California 

BALFOUR, GUTHRIE & CO. 
(Stephen Williamson, Robert 
Alexander Guthrie, Robert B. 
Robert Bruce and A. B. Williamson) shll 
ping commission merchants and insurant 
agents, 316 California, tel. Main 334 

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iialger Charles C, barber, 605 Mission, r. 620 

Folsom 
t^Balger. See Bolger 
I'lalhorn Frederick (Balhorn & Lohmann) r 

703 O'Farrell 

lAIiHOBN & LOHMANN 

(Fredericli Balhorn and John Lohmann) 

groceries and liquors, SW. cor. O'Farrell 

and Hyde, tel. East 986 
ilalich Brothers (Michael & Ella) liquors 

641 Ellis 
ialich Ella (Balich Bros.) r. 641 Ellis 
3alich Michael (Balich Bros.) r. 641 Ellis 
iJalin Maurice, electrician, 504 Post 
;:7"Balin. See Ballin 
Jalinski Leonard, baker, r. ll^^ Fulton 
kllol Gold Mining Co. (Amador Co.) 530 Call- 
I fornia 

Jallstrerl Salvador, laborer Pac. Preserve 
' Co., r. 111014 Battery 
3alk George B., butcher, r. 2013 Hyde 
Xalk Stephen S., horseman Engine 8, r. 2013 
■ Hyde 

JaJke Bros. (Edward W. and John E.) delica- 
cies, 3037, 16th 
Jalke Edward W. (Balke Bros.) r. 3037, 16th 
Jalke John E. (Balke Bros.) r. 3037, 16th 
Jalken C, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 3431, 

25th 
Jalkwell Charles, repairer S. P. Co., r. 1112 

Harrison 
lall A. Everett, atty-at-law, Merchants' Ex- 
change Bldg. and secretary Potrero Nuevo 

Land Co., r. 1000 Van Ness Av. 
Jail Anna E., widow, r. 2116 Lyon 
?all Byron L., musician Columbia Theater, 

r. 2007 Steiner 
Jail Charles H., mining, r. 915 Howard 
Jail Edgar F., supt. E. J. Bowen, r. 1927 

Green 
Jail Elder C, r. 529 Sacramento 
Jail Frederick, porter Chas. M. Plum & Co., 

r. 1238 Folsom 
Jail Frederick W., elevator operator, 418 Cali- 
fornia, r. 222a, 4th Av. 
Jail George, gripman Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1 Sharp PI. 
3all Glenn A., r. 1072 Howard 
Jail Henry, janitor, r. 605 Broadway 
Jail John, conductor Cal. St. RR., r. 1226 

Bush 
Jail John, physician, 1073% Market 
Jail Joseph, shoefltter, r. 223 Mason 
Jail Joseph F., teamster, r. 222, 4th Av. 
Jail J. R. Mrs., widow, r. 108% Hayes 
Jail Katherine L., widow, propr. The Van 

Vleet, 824 Powell 
Jail Katherine M. Miss, teacher drawing, r. 

1260 California 
Ball Margaret, widow, r. 266 Lexington Av. 
Ball Mary A., widow, varieties, 2876, 24th 
3all Richard, seaman, r. 57 Rausch 
Ball Thaddeus, ins. agent, r. 2860 Mission 
Ball William D., cashier Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. Alameda 
Ball William H., carpenter, 59, 8th 
Ball William J., r. 2224 Devlsadero 
C^Ball. See Balls and Boll 
Balla Joseph, laborer, r. 1101, 19th Av. South 
Ballance Durant M., cigars, 112 Ellis, r. 1224 

Halght 
Ballance James H., manager Emerson Drug 

Co., 43 Stevenson, r. 1224% Haight 
iC^Ballantyne. See Ballentyne and Banna- 

tyne 
Ballard Amelia E., widow, r. 88 Ash Av. 
Ballard Arthur, basketmaker Weston Basket 

& Mfg. Co., r. 163y2 Silver 
Ballard Carrie H., widow, r. 2708 Harrison 
Ballard Charles, elevatorman Palace Hotel, r. 

163% Silver 
Ballard Duane, special agent accident dept. 

Pac. Mutual Life Ins. Co., r. 1717 Clay 
Ballard Dyer, machinehand West Coast Furn. 

Co., r. 157 Perry 
Ballard Edward J., machinehand West Coast 

Furn. Co., r. 157 Perry 




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Ballard Harry S., tidal observer U. S. Coast 

and Geodetic Survey, r. 2107 Lombard 
Ballard Irving T., with Pac. Coast Oil Co., r. 

616 Sutter 
Ballard John (W. H. Martin & Co.) r. Clare- 
mount, Alameda Co. 
Ballard Joseph, r. 1847 Stockton 
BALLARD J. STOW, M. D. 

physician and surgeon, office and r. 610 
Hyde, hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m., Sun- 
days 1 to 2, tel. East 306 
Ballard Martin J., clerk C. Curtin, r. 2735 Pine 
Ballard Richard, teamster, r. 8 Gough 
Ballard Sanford K., accountant, 401 Califor- 
nia, r. Alameda 
Ballard Walter J., brassflnisher W. T. Gar- 

ratt & Co., r. 88 Ash Av. 
Ballard Walter W., r. 163% Silver 
Ballard Webb R., draughtsman U. S. Naval 
Constructor's office, r. 1812 Van Ness Av. 
Ballard William, machinist, r. 157 Perry 
Ballard William S. (Mitchell & Ballard) r. 323 

Kearny 
BALLARD & HALL 

(Isaac R. Hall) wool merchants and pro- 
prietors Pacific Wool Depot, NW. cor. 5th 
and Bluxome 
Ballaseux Arthur R., cook, r. 516 Natoma 
Ballen Benjamin, laborer, r. 346, Uth 
Ballen Philip L., cigarmaker, r. 312%, 8th 
Ballenberg Nathan, musician, r. 710 California 
Ballanger M. S., Mrs., widow, r. 32 Dearborn 
Ballenger William W., salesman, r. 32 Dear- 
born 
[C7"Ballenger. See Ballinger, Bellinger and 

Bollinger 
Ballentine James L., clerk P. C. SS. Co., r. 

Alameda 
Ballentyne Alexander, supt. Light House 

Dept., Flood Bldg., r. 531 Frederick 
C?" Ballentyne. See Ballantyne 
Ballestero William, barber Philip Simon & 

Co., r. 371 Jessie 
Ballestros Leonie, widow, r.22% Glover 
Balleto Frederick V., laborer engineer dept. 

U. S. A., r. 1987 Union 
Balleto Gabriele, fruits, 1987 Union 
Balleto John, clerk Gabriele Balleto, r. 1987 

Union 
Balleto Joseph A., plumber, r. 1987 Union 
Balleto Trini Miss, saleswoman Emporium, r. 

936 Mason 
Ballich Ludwig, porter German Hospital 
Ballin Maurice, supt. Neustadter Bros., r. 1360 

Post 
C^Ballin. See Balin and Ballen 
Balling Edward, clerk, r. 246 Taylor 
Ballinger Arthur W., salesman P. B. Bekeart, 

r. 3215, 23d 
Ballinger Florence Miss, stenographer, r. 3215 

23d 
Ballinger George T., bookkeeper Cal. Art 
Glass, Bending and Cutting Wks., j:, 1940 
Page 
Ballinger G. T., Hotel St. Nicholas 
Ballinger Jesse A., gripman Market St. Ry., r. 

24th Av. nr. Point Lobos Av. 
Ballinger John, teamster, r. 1126 Golden Gate 

Av. 
Ballinger Mae E. Miss, bookkeeper SanBorn, 

Vail & Co., r. 1516 Baker 
Ballinger William, woolsorter, r. 15 Geneva 
Ballinger William G., janitor Columbian 
Bldg., r. 1516 Baker 



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Ballinger William J., newsagent Denison News 
Co., r. 1516 Baker 

Ballinger William R., teamster, r. 802 Turk 

C^Ballinger. See Ballenger, Bellinger and 
Bollinger 

Ballistieri Manuelo. peddler, r. 7 Lafayette PI. 

Ballotti Pasquale (Fontana & Co.) r. 411 Pa- 
cific 

BAIiliOTJ ADDIE L. 

notary public and portrait artist, 62 Dono- 
hoe Bldg. 

Balls John G., salesman Western Meat Co., 
r. 119, 27th 

Ballser Edward C, millhand, r. 1045 Folsom 

Bally Thomas, horsetrainer, r. 310 Jessie 

Balnaves William, cashier Balfour, Guthrie & 
Co., r. 1414 California 

Balmy Ale.\ander J., propr. Cal. Ostrich 
Feather "^Tis., 1275 Pacific 

Balmy Eugene J., collector Raphael Weill & 
Co., r. 1275 Pacific 

Balogh Julius, tailor, r. 663 Willow Av. 

Baloise Fire Insurance Co. (of Basle) 301 Cal- 
ifornia 

Baloise Marine Insurance Co. (of Basle) 301 
California 

Balomy Aime H., clerk Royal Eagle Distiller- 
ies Co., r. 1757 Stockton 

Baloun Edmund, photographer Sunset Photo- 
Engraving Co., r. 992 Pine 

Baloun Joseph L. P., draughtsman Union 
Iron Wks., r. 1107 Filbert 

Balsam George, seaman str. San Bias 

Balser George, bedmaker, r. 636 Commercial 

Balser Michael, laborer, r. 5 Harrison Av. 

tC^Balser. See Ballser, Baltzer and Balzer 

Balssa Emil. porter, r. 14 Gaven PI. 

Balssa Frank, laborer, r. 24 Jansen 

Balssa Frank, painter, r. 14 Gaven PI. 

Balthasar George M., agent A. P. W. Paper 
Co., 35 New Montgomery, r. 532 Geary 

Baltiansky Demetrius, machinist Rlsdon I. & 
L. Wks., r. 116 Hawthori^e 

Baltic George W., sculptor, r. 825 Jess'e 

BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD CO. 
Peter Harvey general agent, room 1 Ho- 
bart Bldg., 532 Market, tel. Main 5532 

Baltimore The, William Chamberlin propr., 
1013 Van Ness Av. 

Baltrusch Charles R., stevedore, r. 345a Beale 

Baltz Charles (Cal. Brewing Co.) r. 134 Doug- 
lass 

Baltz Charles Jr., plumber W. J. J. Weekes, 
r. 134 Douglass 

CTBaltz. See Balz 

Baltzer Charles G.. steamfltter Am. Steel and 
Wire Co., r. 1313 Larkin 

Baltzer Fred, cellarman Crown Distilleries 
Co., r. 1313 Larkin 

Baltzer William, butcher, 568 Hayes, r. 166 
Albion Av. 

Balz Adolph, clerk Postofflce, r. 125, 27th 

Balz Brothers & Finkeldey (Louis Balz and 
Charles Finkeldey) tannery, 1445-1455 San 
Bruno Av. 

Balz Julia, widow, r. 2652, 21st 

Balz Louis (Balz Bros. & Finkeldey) r. 1420 
Vermont 

Balz Louis Jr., tanner Balz Bros. & Finkel- 
dey, r. 2662, 2l8t 

Balz Valentine, butcher, r. 1421, 7th Av. South 

C^Balz. See Baltz 

Balzarini Charles, steward Sartori & Fantina, 
r. 56 Clara Av. 



Balzer Julius, clerk Brown Bros. & Co., r 

2531 Sutter 
Balzer Peter, propr. Eureka Hotel, 415 Bran- 
nan, r. 411 Brannan 
IE?"Balzer. See Balser and Baltzer 
BAMANN OTTO 

president Home Manufacturing Co., 556-558 
Brannan, r. 731 Minna 
C^Bamann. See Bammann 
Bambenek John, cellarman Lenormand Bros., 

r. 737 Howard 
Bamber Walter E., clerk Trobock & Bergen, 

r. 1106 Clay 
Bamberger Bertha, widow, r. 1824 Fefl 
Bamberger David, laborer, r. 1618 Stockton 
BAUBERQER E. J. & O. J. 

(Oscar J. Bamberger) attorneys-at-law, 
401-403 Call Bldg, and 515-517 Homer 
Laughlin Bldg., Los Angeles 
Bamberger J. & Co. (Julius Bamberger) whole- 
sale cigars, 406 Sacramento 
Bamberger Julius (J. Bamberger & Co.) r. 1713 

California 
Bamberger Leopold, r. 505 Buchanan 
Bamberger Oscar J. (B. J. and O. J. Bamber- 
ger) r. 1612 Scott 
[Cr Bamberger. See Baumberger 
Bambridge John, musician, r. 141 Rose Av. 
Bambury Patrick G., porter Porter Bros. Co., 

r. 49 Hermann 
Bamert Frank C, clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. 2281 Filbert 
Bammann Diedrich, salesman Laumeister 

Mills, r. 2lA Elgin Park Av. 
Bammann Frederick H., varnisher Peterson & 

Schemp, r. 385 Shotwell 
Bammann Henry H., salesman, r. 385 Shot- 
well 
Bammann Henry M., machinehand Henry 

Friedrichs, r. 385 Shotwell 
Bampie Max, 2d hand clothing, 506 Pacific 
Banachowskl John, tailor, r. 473 Tehama 
Banahan Edward, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 

1616 Hayes 
Banahan Patrick, r. 113 Perry 
C^ Banahan. See Bannahan 
Banchero Emile, machinist W. Meakin Ma- 
chine Co., r. 416 Filbert 
Banchero Giovanni, carpenter, r. 18 Sonora 
Banchero John, miner, r. 416 Filbert 
Bancroft Brothers & Co. (Charles E. and Har- 
low Bancroft) educational publishers, 120 
Sutter 
Bancroft Charles E. (Bancroft Bros. & Co. r. 

2425 Green 
Bancroft Harlow P. (Bancroft Bros. & Co.) r. 

Alameda 
Bancroft Library The, 1538 Valencia 
Bancroft Paul, office History Bldg., 723 Market 
Bancroft Paul, student, r. 2640 Pacific Av. 
BANCROFT-WHITNEY CO. 

F. P. Stone president, Fred G. Sant»rn 
vice-president and treasurer, J. Has 
Brouck secretary, law-book publishers, 438 
Montgomery 
Band August G., butcher, 707 Valeticia 
Band Frederick, butcher A. G. Band 
Band Jacob, tailor, r. 544b Castro 
Band Joseph, butcher A. G. Band 
Band Martin, brewer, r. 409 Union 
Band Stephen, baker, r. 409 Union 
Band William, plumber Charles Meehan, r. 

409 Union 
Bandemar Augustus A., porter Dennlson, 

Felling & Co.. r. 1015b Post 
Bandettlnl G., gardener Colombo Market 
Bandle George E., clerk freight auditor's dept 

S. P. Co.. r. Oakland 
Bandman Louis Y., varieties, 1027 Howard 
Bandmann Antonla, widow, r. 2500 Van Nees 

Av. 
Bandmann Charles J., mining engineer, r. 1931 

Paolftc Av. 
Bandmann Emma, widow, r. 1622 Sutter 
Bandon Woolen Mills Co. (Bandon. Or.) 14 
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[Jandoni John, butcher, 135 Hayes 
^andoni Peter, fisherman, r. 122 Green rear 
3anducci Agostino, laborer, r. 3246 Mission 
:3anducci Mary Mrs., fruits, 3246 Mission 
3andy George L., clerk Mutual Life Ins. Co., 

r. Oakland 
Sandy James, laborer, r. I20114 Howard 
^ane A. C. Rev., pastor California Street M. 

E. Church, r. 2829 California 
3ane Alexander, horseshoer, r. 204 McAllister 
Sane Catherine, widow, r. 11 Shipley rear 
3ane Charles H., atty-at-law. Mills Bldg. 
Bane Estate Co., Charles H. Bane secretary, 
r Mills Bldg. 
BANE FRAME P. 
1 manufacturer carbonic and nitrous oxide 

tgasses, 10 Stevenson 
le Thurman H., sexton California Street 
M. E. Church, r. 2829 California 
Bane. See Bahn, Bain and Baine 

3anfleld Isaac N., electrician, r. 318, 11th Av. 

Banfield John H., painter, r. 515 Post 

3ang Henry, stableman Great Eastern Milk 
Co., r. 528% Valencia 

3ang Peter, coffee saloon, 6, 8th, r. 28, 8th 

3angasser Frederick, painter, r. 143, 6th 

3angasser William P., railway postal clerk, 
r. Elmhurst, Cal. 

3angle Edward Jr., shipping clerk Union Iron 
Wks., r. 619 York 

3angle George E., r. 823 Ellis 

Bangs Albert, porter Wellman, Peck & Co., r. 
1024% Capp 

3angs Beecher I., clerk, r. 736 Shotwell 

SANQS BEKJAIVEIN 

real estate and insurance broker, 120 Sut- 
ter, r. Berkeley 

3angs EMward J., clerk, r. 376 Lexington Av. 

3angs Edward L., clerk, r. 526 Liberty 

3angs Frank C, adjuster Universal Pac. Gas 
Governor Co., r. 3808, 22d 

BANQS FBANKIilN 

assistant secretary Home Mutual Insur- 
ance Co., 318 California, r. Oakland 

Jangs Irving B., clerk, r. 736 Shotwell 

3angs Isaac F., bookkeeper George H. Buck- 
ingham, r. Berkeley 

3ang8 Julia F., widow, r. 736 Shotwell 

3angs Mary, widow, r. 376 Lexington Av. 

3ang3 William, electrician, r. 43, 6th 

3angson Tillie Miss, dressmaker, r. 3385, 26th 

3anis Martin, barber, 106, 10th 

3ANK COMMISSIONERS 

John Markley, Bernard D. Murphy and A. 
W. Barrett. 530 California, rooms 19-20 

3ank Examiner, National, 518 Parrott Bldg. 

BANE EXCHANGE 

Duncan Nicol proprietor, SE. cor. Mont- 
gomery and Washington 

Bank George B. Mrs., parasolmaker, 1208 Pill- 
more 

3ank George J., clerk, r. 1208 Fillmore 

JANE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Walter Powell manager, SE. cor. Bush and 
Sansome 

lANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA 

H. M. J. McMichael and J. R. Ambrose 
agents, 120 Sansome 

3ANE OF CALIFORNIA BUILDINQ 
NW. cor. California and Sansome 

JANE OF CALIFORNIA THE 

William Alvord president, Allen M. Clay 
secretary, Thomas Brown cashier, NW. 
cor. California and Sansome 

3ANE OF COMMERCE 

William C. Murdock president, C. S. Bene- 
dict vice-president, Robert B. Murdock 
cashier, 806 Market 

3ank of San Francisco (in liquidation) 331 
Pine 

JANE OF SISSON, CROCEER & CO. 
See Crocker-Woolworth National Bank 

lANK OF TARAPACA AND LONDON LIMITED 
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Bank Walter V., clerk, r. 1208 Fillmore 

Bankart Hubert, mining, r. 320 Turk 

Banker Abraham, ironworker Ralston Iron 

Wks., r. 1934 Greenwich 
Banker Albert, longshoreman, r. 569 Lombard 
Banker Amelia, widow, r. 569 Lombard 
Banker August, hoseman Engine 1, r. 326 

Lombard 
Banker George E., ironworker, r. 81 Valley 
Banker Harry C, mfrs." agent, 927 Market 
Banker Herman, longshoreman, r. 569 Lom- 
bard 
BANEERS LIFE ASSOCIATION 

(Des Moines, la.) Edward F. Delger State 

agent, room 313 Claus Spreckels Bldg., tel. 

Main 902 
Bankey Charles, machinist Byron Jackson 

Machine Wks., r. 530, 4th 
Bankowski William, supt. Alaska Packers' 

Assn., r. 813 Scott 
Banks Anna, widow, r. 1540 Jackson 
Banks Cyrus, steward str. Herald 
Banks Daniel, cook S. F. Laundry, r. 1519 

Eddy 
Banks David B., machinist Murch & Gray, r. 

637 Jessie 
Banks Edward I., lineman, r. 220 Leavenworth 
Banks Fred W., junk, 1076 Howard, r. 2624, 

21st 
Banks Frederick, seaman, r. 1233 Dupont 
Banks George, r. 628 Montgomery 
Banks George, inspector U. S. Customs, r. 966 

Valencia 
Banks George, machinist Hercules Gas Engine 

Wks., r. 2158 Mission 
Banks Henry A., glassworker, r. 456% Natoma 
Banks Henry D.. bookkeeper Sanitary Clean- 
ing Co., r. 113, 9th 
Banks Jessie F. Miss, teacher Pacific Heights 

Grammar School, r. 2004 Vallejo 
Banks John, gripman Geary St. P. & O. RR., 

r. 348, 2d Av. 
Banks John, steward, r. 3O814 Minna 
Banks Mary, widow, r. 3163, 23d 
Banks Robert W., railway postal clerk, r. 476 

Hayes 
Banks Sarah J., widow, r. 637 Jessie 
Banks Thomas, manager Spratt's Patent (lim- 
ited) r. 1383 Valencia 
Banks Walter M., barber W. A. Kennedy, r. 

415 Minna 
Banks William E., clerk Thomas Banks, r. 

1383 Valencia 
Banks William E., foreman Murch & Gray, r. 

251/2, 6th 
Banks William J., r. 12 Hinckley 
Banks William O., architect, 126 Kearny, r. 

1419% Washington 
Bankson Joseph, r. 366 Natoma 
Bankson Samuel B., clerk, Winchester Hotel 
Bannahan Michael, driver Jackson Brewing 

Co., r. 241/2 Kissling 
iC?" Bannahan. See Banahan 
Bannan Barbara C. Miss, teacher Emerson 

Primary School, r. 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Charles P., harnessmaker J. C. John- 
son & Co., r. 619 Hayes 
Bannan George H., bookkeeper, r. 1715 Golden 

Gate Av. 
Bannan John P., r. 3215. 23d 
Bannan Lewis M., tyewriting machines, 307 

Montgomery, r. 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Margaret T. Miss, teacher Madison 

Primary School, r. 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Patrick, r. 2953, 21st 



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Bannan Philip, manager P. T. Taylor & Co., 

523 Mission, r. 2953, 21st 
Bannan William (William Bannan & Co.) r. 

Oakland 
Bannan William & Co. (William Bannan) 

stockbrokers. 316 Montgomery 
Bannan William J., lamplighter S. F. Gag & 

Elec. Co., r. 2953, 21st 
C?" Bannan. See Bannahan and Bannon 
Bannatyne"^athew, papercarrier, r. 2121 

O'Farrell 
Banner Charles, elastic stockings, 919, 14t]i 
BANNER FliOUB THL1L.T.S 

(Paso Robles) Sperry Flour Co. proprie- 
tors, 134 California 
Banner George, carpenter, r. 691 Geary 
Banner George H., clerk Royal and Queen 

Ins. Co.. r. 919, 14th 
Banner Louis J., driver Hofmann & Woenne, 

r. 626 Jessie 
Banner Marcus (Zobel & Banner) r. 1002 Van 

Ness Av. 
Banner Mary, widow, r. 129 San Carlos Av. 
Banner Milton, r. 1002 Van Ness Av. 
Banneiman John P., asst. clerk Board of 

Supervisors, r. 3432, 20th 
Bannerman Patrick, motorman Market St. 

Ry., r. 2038 Bryant 
Bannerman Thomas R., merchant, r. 3432, 

20th 
Bannerot Eugene A., machinist G. S. & 

Miners' Iron Wks., r. 2141 Mission 
Bannet Louis, jeweler Moncisvais & Jonea 
Bannick Albert L., seaman, r. 511 Bryant 
Bannick John F., salesman Hinz & Landt, r. 

238 Devisadero 
Banning B. R., capitalist, r. 305 Larkln 
Banning Edward J., asst. U. S. Attorney, Ap- 
praisers' Bldg., r. 668 Castro 
Banning Frances A. Mrs., principal Everett 

Grammar School, r. 668 Castro 
Banning Kate Miss, supt. Silver St. Kinder- 
garten Soc, 64 Silver, r. 668 Castro 
Bannister Alfred, accountant, 927 Market 
Bannister Edward, millhand, r. 29 Silver 
Bannister George W., waiter Occidental Hotel, 

r. 419c Green rear 
Bannister John H., shipwright, r. 219A Ritch 
Bannister Joseph, r. 29 Silver 
Bannister J. W., teamster, r. 1686 Mission 
Bannister Leo, r. 219a Ritch 
Bannister William A., clerk forwarding dept. 

Wells Fargo & Co., r. 29 Silver 
Bannister William D. (Hearfleld, Bannister & 

Co.) r. Sonora, Tuolumne Co. 
Bannon James S., groceries, 71 Natoma 
Bannon John, laborer, r. 352, Uth 
Bannon Malachi, r. 352, llth 
Bannon Margaret, widow, r. 352, llth 
Bannon Mary Miss, r. 761% Howard 
Bannon Patrick, laborer, r. 352, llth 
Bannon Philip, plumber, r. 352, llth 
Bannon Thomas, machinist S. P. Co., r. 730% 

Treat Av. 
Bannon Thomas F., papercarrier, r. 3237, 23d 
Bannon William, lieutenant Truck 7, r. 352, 

llth 
C^ Bannon. See Bannan 
Bannwarth Philip, liquors, 2339 Mission 
Bantel Charles A., bakery, 1923 Fillmore 

2254 Bush 
Bantle G. W.. tuner Sherman, Clay & Co. 

765 Eddy 
Banz Adolph, teacher singing, r. 103 Oak 



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Banz Alois A., buyer William Clufif Co., 
Diamond 

Banz Margaret, widow, r. 258, 13th 

Banzhaf Brothers (John A. and Frank A.) 
proprs. Old Homestead Bakery, 3260. 19tb 

Banzhaf Elmer, baker Banzhaf Bros., r'. 2422 
Howard 

Banzhaf Frank A. (Banzhaf Bros.) r. 242* 
Howard 

Banzhaf Harry A., driver Banzhaf Bros., r. 
3260, 19th 

Banzhaf John A. (Banzhaf Bros.) r. 2422 How- 
ard 

BAPTIS JOHN H. 

manufacturer gold pens, 319 Kearny, r. 
1160 Talcott Av., East Oakland 

Baptist Chinese Christian Assn., NW. cor. 
Sacramento and Waverly PI. 

Baptista Jose (M. T. Freitas & Co.) r. 192& 
Geary 

Baptiste John, r. Garfield Hotel 

Baptiste Joseph, distributor S. F. Laundry^ 
r. 1519 Eddy 

BAR ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO 

W. H. Fifield president, W. J. Herrin sec- 
retary, John M. Burnett treasurer, 53^ 
California 

Bar Harry, laborer, r. 8th Av. South nr. P 

Bar Jacob, teamster, r. 8th Av. South nr. P 

Bar Joseph C, laborer, r. 8th Av. South nr. P 

Bar William, laborer, r. 40 Minna rear 

Barabino John (Perasso & Co.) r. 335 Union 

Barack D. A., watertender str. Australia 

Baraco Augustus W., janitor dental depL 
University Cal., r. 608 Laguna 

Baraco Conrad, manager Edison Elec. Con- 
struction Co., 240 Ellis, r. 608 Laguna 

Baraco Vincent, electrician, r. 608 Laguna 

(E^ Baraco. See Barraco 

Barada Mary E. Mrs., r. 456% Tehama 

Baragan Manuel, barber, r. 529 Vallejo 

Baraille John, wagonmaker Richard Nugent, 
r. 1649, 15th Av. South 

Barandun John, tailor, r. 2 Sophie Terrace 

Barasch Joseph, r. 1425 (lOlden Gate Av. 

Barasesco Luigi, clerk A. Frediani, r. 1824 
Greenwich 

Barash Bernard, rubber clothing mfr., 139, Iflt, 
r. cor. 26th and Diamond 

(C^ Barash. See Barrasch 

Baraty Frank, r. 708 Waller 

Baraty George E., cashier Reiss Bros. & Co., 
r. 1277 Eddy 

Baraty John, r. 6 Clyde 

Baraty Marcelina, widow, r. 1804 Dupont 

Barbagelata Dominic, bookkeeper, r. 628 
Broadway 

Barbagelata Frank, scavenger, r. 39 Board- 
man PI. 

Barbagelata Giovanni (Foppiano & Barbage- 
lata) r. 433a Broadway 

Barbagelata Giovanni, scavenger, r. 71 Board- 
man PI. 

Barbagelata Luigi, laborer, r. 628 Broadway 

Barbagelata Seraflno, laborer, r. 628 Broadway 

Barbano Louis, barber Stem & Clark, r. Oak- 
land 

Barbano Thomas, barber Stern & Clark, r. 
1431 Dupont 

Barbante Luigi, cementworker, r. 504 Union 

BABBAT J. HENRY, M. D. 

physician and surgeon, 803 Sutter, hours 
1 to 3 p. m., tel. East 928, r. 1320 O'Farrell, 
hours 7 to 8 p. m., tel. West 799 

BARBAT WILIilAM F. 

physician and surgeon, 1310 Folsom, office 
hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 

Barbe Camille, widow, r. 152 Wood 

Barbe John, laundry, 1537 Pacific Av. 

Barbe Marcel, nurse. French Hospital 

Barbe Theodore (Salles & Barbe) r. 643 Broad- 
way 

Barbeau Charles J., r. 43 Rausch 

Barbeau Charles P., packer Wilson Bros. Co., 
r. 43 Rausch 

Barbeau Frank R., weigher, r. 43 Rausch 



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larbeau Frederick, laborer Western Sugar 

Ref., r. 118 Rausch 
JBarbeau James A., janitor Glaus Spreckels 
j Bldg., r. 43 Rausch 

Barbeau John, sawyer Pacific Furn. Co., r. 57 
I Hoff Av. 
'Barbeau Leon, helper Wilson Bros. Co., r. 43 

Rausch 
iBarbeau Louis, decorator, r. 3567, 21st 
Barbee Elias W., gripman Sutter St. Ry., r. 
I 1409% Lyon 
Barbee Ella Mrs., r. 522 Polk 
iBarbee Emile, waiter, r. 1129 Mission 
Barbee Emma H., widow, r. 1074 Union 
.Barbee Frank P., clerk, r. 1074 Union 
'Barbae Jessee W., painter, r. 1305 Greenwich 
Barbee Robert B., solicitor S. F. Transfer Co. 
Barber Albert H., salesman Cal. Casket Co., 

r. 1152 Shotwell 
jBarber Ann, widow, r. 949 Capp 
Barber Arthur A., clerk Frederick B. Haight, 

r. Alameda 
I Barber Arthur F., bookkeeper FredericS B. 
I Halght, r. Alameda 
Barber Arthur G., clerk, r. 4117, 24th 
Barber Arthur H., blacksmith, r. 173 Califor- 
nia 
Barber Bryant H., engineer Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 

r. 247 Lobos 
Barber Charles E., clerk Postoflttce, r. 1152 

Shotwell 
Barber Charles L., r. 1152 Shotwell 
Barber Dorothy Miss, bookkeper, r. 949 Capp 
Barber E. H., salesman Sanborn, Vail & Co., 

r. 910 Pine 
Barber Emma J. Miss, teacher Irving Primary 

School, r. 1612 Vallejo 
Barber George, fireman tug Jos. Redmond, r. 

B4 Jackson 
BARBER QEORGE B. 

secretary Shreve & Barber Co., 529-531 

Kearny, r. 1033 Clay 
Barber Harry A., pressman W. N. Brunt, r. 

4117, 24th 
Barber James B., r. 4117, 24th 
Barber John A., contractor, r. 28 Stone 
Barber Lily M. Miss, nurse, r. 949 Capp 
Barber Lyman H., foreman Cal. Casket Co., r. 

617 Capp 
Barber Marguerite JMrs., delicacies, 619 Post 
Barber Mary A., widow, r. 261 Athens 
Barber Oscar T., atty-at-law Mills Bldg., r. 

910 Pine 
Barber R., seaman str. Pomona 
Barber Reuben, r. 847 Howard 
Barber Robert L., tailor, 262 O'Farrell 
Barber Thomas H., pilot, 506 Battery, r. 3612 

Vallejo 
Barber William, atty-at-law Spring Valley 

Bldg., r. Ross Station, Cal. 
Barber William B., clerk W. B. Glldden, r. 

1033 Clay 
BARBER ZACHARY T. 

proprietor Enterprise Carpet Beating 

Works and agent Enterprise Match Fac- 
tory, 230, 14th, tel. White 261, r. 1747 Mis- 
sion 
IC^ Barber. See Barbier and Barbour 
Barbers' Protective Union, 320 Post 
Barbetta Filomena, widow, r. 203 Vallejo 
Barbetta Giuseppe, teamster, r. 203 Vallejo 
Barbetta Laurencio, teamster, r. 203 Vallejo 
Barbetta Nicholas, driver Monitor Battery, r. 

516 Bryant 
Barbetta Vincent, driver, r. 203 Vallejo 
Barbich Anton, r. 215i^ Perry 
Barbich John, oyster saloon, 200%, 4th, r. 278 

Tehama 
Barbier Armand R., (Barbier & Hohenschild) 

r. 1802 McAllister 
Barbier Howard F., salesman W. K. Vander- 

slice Co., r. 1465 Fulton 
Barbier Lorena M., Miss, r. 1802 McAllister 
Barbier & Hohenschild (Armand R. Barbier 

and Frank Hohenschild) printers, 27 Geary 
C^Barbler. See Barber and Barbour 



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Barbieri Bartholomew (Barbieri Bros.) r. 

1427% Pine 
Barbieri Brothers (Bartholomew Barbieri) 

liquors, 1309 Polk 
Barbieri Catherine, widow, r. 216 Shipley 
Barbieri Charles, groceries, 754 Brannan 
Barbieri Henry V., machinist C. H. Evans & 

Co., r. 329 Guerrero 
Barbieri Joseph C, clerk Barbieri Bros., r. 

14271/2 Pine 
Barbieri Lottie, widow, r. 1427% Pine 
Barbieri Manotti, clerk F. R. Schwartz, r. 

1427% Pine 
Barbieri Paul (Gray & Barbieri) r. 1325 Clay 
Barbieri Stephen, r. 329 Guerrero 
Barbolla Allen, janitor Wells Fargo & Co., r. 

14b Natoma 
Barbour Amy E. Miss, r. 3401b Sacramento 
Barbour Chauncy, journalist, r. 800 Kearny 
Barbour C. Otis, gardener, r. 3401b Sacramento 
Barbour Edwin F., clerk Gen. Elec. Co., r. 

Oakland 
Barbour Eugene- C, engineer Market St. Ry., 

r. 3401b Sacramento 
Barbour Frank C, checker Palace Hotel, r. 

1017 Polk 
Barbour Frank E., clerk, r. 926 Van Ness At. 
Barbour Fred F., manager sales dept. General 

Electric Co., r. Oakland 
Barbour H. E. Mrs., r. 3401b Sacramento 
Barbour J. Hoyt, Inspector Chinese Bureau, r. 

1259 Clay 
Barbour Julia, widow, r. 906 Capp 
BARBOUR SILVER CO. THE 

(Hartford, Conn.) silverplated hollow ware 

A. I. Hall & Son agents, 528-530 Market 
Barbour Thomas J., mechanical engineer Ris- 

don I. & L. Wks., r. Bohemian Club 
C^ Barbour. See Barber and Barbier 
Barbrack Claus F., porter J. A. Nelson, r. 125 

7th 
Barbrack Ferdinand, clerk Tillmann & Ben- 
del, r. 1842 Stockton 
Barbrack Frederick, baker Am. Biscuit Co., 

r. 1842 Stockton 
Barca Tony, fruits, 2351, 20th 
Barcel John N., storekeeper, r. 718 McAllister 
Barcelo Salome, widow, r. 1318 Dupont 
Barckow Axel N., laborer Western Sugar Ref., 

r. 526 Indiana 
Barclay Frederick, painter, r. 32a Turk rear 
Barclay George, driver Robert W. Leslie, r. 

1510 Howard 
Barclay Henry, bartender, r. 513 Jones 
Barclay John, cashier, r. 1727 Church 
Barclay John, deckhand str. Garden City, r. 

Oakland 
Barclay Mary, widow, r. 221 Harriet 
Barclay Peter T., bookkeeper, r. 2412 Fillmore 
Barclay Robert H., carbuilder, 411 Lisbon 
Barclay Robert S., mechanical engineer Fran- 
cis Smith & Co., r. 405, 6th 
Barclay Thomas H., clerk Matthew Harris, 40 

Ellis 
IC^Barclay. See Barkley 
Barcos Clement, laborer Bayle, Lacoste & Co., 

r. 1332, 5th Av. South 
Barcos George, laborer Bayle, Lacoste & Co., 

r. 1332, 5th Av. South 
Bard Ellsworth, linotype operator, r. 1002 Polk 
Bard Gus, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 204 Mason 
Bardara Antonio, lunchstand, 411 Dupont 
Bardella Joseph, engineer Union Can Co., r. 

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Bardellini Vincent, flsh, 510 Merchant, r. 7 

Hodge's Alley 
Barden Harry, clerk Siebe Shoe Co., r. 1336 

Florida 
Barden James, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 266 

Jessie 
Barden Susan, widow, r. 1336 Florida 
Barden Thomas, shoemaker, r. 1336 Florida 
C^ Barden. See Bardon 
Bardenhagen Claus, groceries, 1001 Noe 
Barder Gottlieb, salesman, r. 154 Russ 
Bardet Alexander, r. 428 Lombard 
Bardet George A., r. 428 Lombard 
Bardon Antoinette Mrs., furnished rooms, 502 

Post 
Bardon Eugene P., sawyer Am. Box Factory, 

r. 762 Brannan rear 
Bardon John W., butcher, r. 42 Moss 
Bar Due Nelson, dentist, 997 Market, r. 501 

Geary 
Barduhn John, tailor, 126 Kearny, r. 2305, 25th 
Bardwell W. S., r. 781 Mission 
BARE BROTHERS 

(Solomon Bare) carpets and furniture, 

1251-1257 Market, tel South 147 
Bare Gustave, furrier, r. 516 Golden Gate Av. 
Bare Henrietta, widow, r. 626 Grove 
Bare Minnie E. Miss, bookkeeper Gerson & 

Baer, r. 1966 Bush 
Bare Owen C, r. 1966 Bush 
Bare Samuel, butcher J. B. Warren, r. 2503 

Clay 
Bare Solomon (Bare Bros.) r. 1532 O'Farrell 
Barege John M., lodgings, 3251^ Bush 
Bareilles Brothers (Emile and Felicien) 

proprs. National Dairy, 1521, 22d Av. South 
Bareilles Emile (Bareilles Bros.) r. 1521, 22d 

Av. South 
Bareilles Felicien (Bareilles Bros.) r. 1521, 

22d Av. South 
BAREILLES JACQUES 

(Bayle, Lacoste & Co.) and director Cali- 
fornia Fertilizer Works, r. 1436, 7th Av. 

South 
Bareilles John F., measurer M. Friedman & 

Co., r. 2932 Octavia 
Bareilles John M., cellarman P. Chevalier & 

Co., r. 1224 Vallejo 
Bareilles Thomas, driver Bareilles Bros., r. 

1521, 22d Av. south 
Barelkosky Stanislaus, conductor Market St. 

Ry., r. 2225 Mission 
Barelson John, r. 44 Sharon 
Barendt Arthur H.. atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., 

r. 113 De Long Av. 
CFBaretta. See Beretta 
Barewald Max, cutter M. Marsh & Co., r. 318 

Octavia 
Barff Thomas, carpenter, r. 408 McAllister 
Barfl Lando, peddler, r. 130. 28th 
Barg Ernest H., repairer S. P. Co., r. 608b 

Haight 
Barg John C, r. 3476, 20th 
Barger Daniel E., physician, 997 Market, r. 

615 Taylor 
Barger Hugh M., motorman Market St. Ry., 

r. 1528 Eddy 
Baiger John H., waiter, r. 26\^ Oak Grove Av. 
Barger William, machinist Union Machine 

Co., r. 3320, 18th 
Bargioni Gastone, mechanic Edison Phono- 
graph Agency, r. 1620 Stockton 
Bargones Guida, widow, r. 326 Chestnut 
Bargones James L. , laborer Am. Steel and 

Wire Co., r. 152 PfeiSer 



Bargones Peter E., teamster Raubinger Bros. 

r. 573 Chestnut 
Bargwell Oscar, r. 209 Minna 
Barhyte Frank B., salesman, r. 4051, 19th 
Barhyte Louis D., clerk, r. 4051, 19th 
Barichievitch Martin, cook, r. 457% Bryant 
Barieau Amphiloque, oil dealer, Claus Sprect 

els Bldg., r. 1027 Capp 
Barieau Charles O., student, r. 1027 Capp 
Barieau Eugene, harnessmaker Leibold Har 

ness Co., r. 1027 Capp 
Barieau Louis H., clerk A. Barieau, r. 108 

Capp 
Barile Joseph, plumber, r. 414 Union 
Barile Louis, laborer, r. 414 Union 
Baring Charles, mastermariner, r. 334 Noe 
Baringer Estella, widow, r. 810a Geary 
Barion August, civil engineer, r. 936 Bryant 
Barion Eugene, cook Otto Graneist, r. 215, 3i 
Barion William, wagonmaker, r. 936 Bryant 
Bark Amy Turner Co., 220 California 
Bark Frithiof, mastermariner, r. 241 Steuart 
Bark Martha Davis Co., 220 California 
Bark Mohican Co., 220 California 
Bark St. Katherine Co., 220 California 

BARKAN ADOIiFH, JUL. Ti. 

eye, ear, nose and throat, 14 Grant Av., i 

2209 Laguna nr. Washington 
Barkan Hans, student, r. 2209 Laguna 
Barkan Ludwig, physician, 156 Eddy 
Barke Leslie, agent, r. 364 Post 
Barken tine Archer Co., 220 California 
Barker Arthur B., compositor Salvatio 

Army, r. 690 McAllister 
Barker Arthur C, teacher dancing, 927 Mis 

sion 
Barker Blanche A. Miss, bookkeeper A. I 

Smith Furniture Co., r. 1111 Castro 
Barker Cecil T., salesman, r. 913 O'Farrell 
Barker Edward, tilesetter Bennett & Schutti 

r. 54, 6th 
Barker Edward, wineman Palace Hotel, r. i 

Prospect Av. 
Barker Edwin, r. 816 Powell 
Barker Elsie, widow, r. 427 Stevenson 
Barker E?mnia J. Miss, teacher Irving 

mary School, r. 1612 Vallejo 
Barker Frances Miss, photoprinter W. Y 

Fairbanks, r. 31, 11th 
Barker Frank, carpenter, r. 1005, 32 Av. Soul 

BARKER FRANK 

proprietor Pacific Storage Warehouse, 231( 

2320 Fillmore, tel. Jackson 281, r. Frul 

vale 
Barker Frederick, molder Risdon I. & 1 

WTis., r. 130 Hannah 
Barker FVederick W., teamster Frank Barke 

r. 5 Camp 
Barker Geoge, roofer, r. 511 Bryant 
Barker George F., teamster Frank Barker, 

5 Camp 
Barker Harry, oiler str. City of Peking 
Barker Harry H., porter Howard H. HogJ 

Co. 
Barker Henry L., janitor Cal. State Mlnli 

Bureau, r. 1940 Union 
Barker Jacob H., salesman Fischbeck 

Glootz, r. Oakland 
Barker James H., painter, r. 285a Clara 
Barker John, laborer Western Sugar Ref., 

120, 4th 
Barker John, vaquero James Hall 
BARKER JOHN G. 

real estate, r. The Colonial 
Barker Joseph, marine ^engineer, r. 3633, 17 
Barker Joseph E., tilesetter, r. 54, 6th 
Barker Joseph J., conductor Market St. R3 

r. 2019 Fillmore 
Barker Joseph W., surveyor Board of 

Underwriters, r. Berkeley 
Barker Joshua, cashier Simpson Lumber C( 

r. North Temescal 
Barker Mary O., widow, r. 36 Belvedere 
Barker P. E., metalspinner Thomas Day C( 

r. San Rafael 
Barker Ralph, real estate, r. 36 Belvedere 



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Barker Richard, miner, r. 413 Bartlett 
BABKEB ROBERT A. 

Chief clerk car record oflflce S. P. Co., r. 
I Berkeley 
; Barker Ruth Miss, compositor W. N. Brunt, 

r. 570 Harrison 
' Barker Squire, molder Risdon I. & L. Wks., 
r. 130 Hannah 
Barker T., waiter, str. Mariposa 
Barker Thomas, r. 427, 30th 
' Barker Thomas E., gripman Sutter St. Ry., r. 

2479 Post 
I Barker Timothy, capitalist, 201 Market, r. 

Oakland 
' Barker William, clerk, r. 127 Lyon 
j Barker William H., carpenter, r. 5606 Call- 
I fomia 

Barker William O., purser str. San Bias, r. 
! 1111 Castro 
Barker W. T. Mrs., widow, r. 1428 Webster 
Barkett E. F., waiter str. Colon 
; Barkhaus Carl G., salesman F. W. Barkhaus, 

r. 1812 Buchanan 
! Barkhaus Frederick W., books and stationery, 
213 Kearny, r. 1812 Buchanan 
Barkhaus Frederick W. Jr., salesman F. W. 

Barkhaus, r. 1812 Buchanan 
Barkhaus W. H. Mrs., r. 1224 Mission 
Barkis Henry B., millwright Jos. Wagner 

Mfg. Co., r. 3014 Pierce 
Barkley Andrew J., r. 305 Turk 
Barkley Andrew J., contractor, r. 225 Dnimm 
Barkley Charles, deckhand str. J. D. Peters 
Barkley Ida M., widow, r. 227 Harriet 
Barkley John, watchman Flood Bldg. 
Barkley John M., metertester S. F. Gas & 

Elec. Co., r. 362 Clementina 
Barkley Musa, boxmaker, r. 227 Harriet 
Barkley William H., secretary De Solla, 

Deussing Co., r. 2104 Green 
CT'Barkley. See Barclay 
Barkleys Delia Miss, saleslady, r. 531 O'Far- 

reU 
Barkleys Lottie Miss, bookkeeper, r. 531 

O'Farrell 
Barklund Edla Miss, dressmaker, r. 2378 Mar- 
ket 
Barlage Charles J., r. 251 Clinton Park 
Barlage Henry D., with Pioneer Soda Water 

Co., r. 251 Clinton Park 
Barlage William A., bookkeeper Nordman 

Bros., r. 120 Guerrero 
Barley Bertie, widow, r. 128i^, 9th 
Barley Ernest H., silversmith Shreve & Co., 

r. 128%, 9th 
Barley George M., silversmith Shreve & Co., 

r. 504 Liberty 
Barling Beach Gold Concentrator, 14 Spear 
Barling Charles E., manager Barling Beach 

Gold Concentrator, r. 1710 Broderick 
Barling Horatio J., r. 600 Bush 
Barling John, dyer John F. Snow & Co., r. 

1433 Mission 
Barling Louise, widow, r. 1710 Broderick 
Barlow Albert, vice-president Peoples' Ex- 
press Co., r. Oakland 
Barlow Arthur J., machinist Pelton Water 

Wheel Co., r. 1536% Howard 
Barlow Caroline Miss, principal Irving Pri- 
mary School, r. 615 Stockton 
Barlow Charles A., president Ribbon of Water 

Heating Co., r. 501 Geary 
Barlow Frank T., salesman Muser Bros., r. 

Oakland 
Barlow Frederick F., r. 615 Post 
Barlow Henry (Wamholz & Barlow) r. 2203 

Larkin 
Barlow Herbert C, shipping clerk Bellingham 

Bay Imp. Co., r. 800b Webster 
Barlow James, clerk, r. 7 Kate 
Barlow J. M., brakeman S. P. Co., r. 1220 Mis- 
sion 
Barlow John A., horseshoer, r. 231 Pulton 
Barlow Louis F., engineer Mut. Life Bldg., 

SE. cor. California and Sansome 
Barlow Maria Mrs., domestic, 600, 20th 
Barlow Martin, sweeper, r. 7 Kate 



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Barlow Mary, widow, r. 101 Collins 

Barlow Richard W., gripman Cal. St. Ry., r. 

1373 Sacramento 
Barlow Sarah, widow, r. 231 Fulton 
Barlow William, tanner, r. 810% Battery 
Barlow William G., machinist Union Gas Kn- 

gine Co., r. 757 Hayes 
Barlow William G., tanner, r. 701 Battery 
Barlow William G. Jr., shirtcutter, r. 757 

Hayes 
Barlund Robert, r. 108 Berry 
Barman Charles, seaman, r. 330 Main 
Barman Emile, clerk, r. 1971 O'Farrell 
Barman Henry, r. 1971 O'Farrell 
Barman K. C, mate, r. Sailors' Home 
Barman Louis, milker, r. 504 Athens 
Barman Pauline, widow, r. 804 Ellis 
Barman Rebecca Miss, fancy goods, 124, 5th, 

r. 520 Eddy 
Barman Samuel, cigars, 25 Geary and SW. cor. 

Larkin and McAllister, r. 520 Eddy 
Barn Frederick, tanner Norton Tanning Co., 

r. 1101, G South 
Barnaby George, barber, 346, 7th 
Bamaby Reginald H., clerk, r. 242 Harriet 
Barnacle Jeremiah P., longshoreman, r. 4 

Federal 
Bainard A. M. Mrs., widow, r. 17 Clement 
BARNARD ARCHIBALD 

attorney-at-law, rooms 596-597, Parrott 

Bldg., tel. South 685, r. 1350 Bush 
Barnard Arthur F., salesman Carlson Currier 

Co., r. 2610 Webster 
Barnard Eugene V., clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Barnard Frank, coal, 409 California, r. Hotel 

St. Nicholas 
Barnard George B., accountant, r. 1301 Sacra- 
mento 
Barnard Hamilton W., clerk Am. Steel and 

Wire Co., r. Eastland, Cal. 
Barnard John H., bookkeeper, r. 514 Mason 
Barnard Lemuel H., with S. F. Chemical 

Wks., r. Oakland 
Barnard R. A., clerk Am. Steel and Wire Co., 

Barnard William, driver Wells Fargo & Co., 

r. 126, 8th 
Barnard William C, cashier H. Dutard, r. 

Mill Valley 
Barnard William W., engineer, r. 227^/2 Clara 
(Cr Barnard. See Bernard and Bernhard 
Barne H., washer S. F. Laundry, r. 1519 Eddy 
Barner Charles, groceries, 3001 Laguna 
Barner Henry, liquors and lodgings, 544, 1st 
Barner Henry W., clerk W. H. Bowe & Co., 

r. 1500 Folsom 
Barner Louis, painter, r. 913 Treat Av. 
Barner Louis H. (Barner & Kehlenbeck) r. 

1203 Mission 
Barner William, groceries, 2598 Howard 
Barner W^illiam M., liquors, 5854 Mission 
BARNER & KEHLENBECK 

(L. H. Barner and Henry Kehlenbeck) im- 
porters and wholesale dealers wines and 
liquors, 324 Clay, tel. Bush 109 
lE^ Barner. See Barnner 
Barnert David J., cashier Hecht Bros. & Co., 

r. 1649 Post 
Barnert Frank C, clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. 2281 Filbert 
Barnert George, r. 1649 Post 
Barnert Joseph, r. 1649 Post 









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Paid-up Capital and Reserve - - - 385.000 

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Bamert Leon, manager Bottlers' and Mfrs.' 

Protective Assn., r. 1649 Post 
Barnert Monroe, clerk, r. 1649 Post 
Barnes A. Mrs., widow, compositor, r. 249 Pa- 
cific 
Barnes Allan M., dentist, Parrott Bldg., r. 412 

Jones 
Barnes Alvira Mrs., saleslady, r. 207 Eddy 
BARNES ANNA HARRIS, M. D. 

physician and surgeon, 522-523 Pa:T.>tt 
(Emporium) Bldg., hours 11 to 12 a. m., 3 
to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m., tel. South 305, r. 1201 
Bush, tel. Sutter 2831 
Barnes Arthur, manager Cal. Stump Puller, 

16 Zoe 
Barnes Avarene L., widow, r. 4073, 23d 
Barnes Bessie P. Miss, schoolteacher, r. 4073 

23d 
Barnes Cecil A., porter, r. 256V2 Minna 
Barnes Charles M., policeman, r. 718 Guerrero 
Barnes Daniel J., ship carpenter, r. 3484, 22d 
Barnes David, tailor Raphael's, r. 1216 Powell 
Barnes De Forrest, ins., r. 712 Kearny 
Barnes Edward, lineman, r. 462 Minna rear 
Barnes Edward H., machinist Spring Valley 

WW., r. 18 Pond 
Barnes Edward H., mlllhand Cal. Mills, r. 

1201 Bush 
Barnes Edward T., waiter, r. 462 Minna rear 
BARNES EDWIN A. 

superintendent The Bradstreet Co. Mer- 
cantile Agency, 230 California, r. 1222 Pine 
Barnes Edwin L., agent, r. Occidental Hotel 
Barnes E. M., wholesale hay and produce, 

524, 2d, r. Russ House 
Barnes E. T., r. 130 Ellis 

Barnes Evelyn L. Miss, asst. bookkeeper San- 
born, Vail & Co., r. 36 Glen Park Av. 
Barnes Frederick, millwright Dibert Mfg. Co., 

r. 833 Bush 
Barnes George, r. 313 Elizabeth 
Barnes George M., bookkeeper, r. 1321 Fill- 
more 
Barnes Guy T., barber Stephen M. Reynolds, 

r. 570 Hayes 
Barnes James, janitor City and County Hos- 
pital 
Barnes James W., cashier Baggs & Stovel, 411 

California, r. 1310 Pierce 
Barnes John M., blacksmith, r. 17 Russell 
Barnes John S., machinist Byron Jackson Ma- 
r. 163 Fremont Av. 
, machinist San Francisco Gas 
, r. 363 Mississippi 
., with White Bicyclery, 2934 



chine Wks., 
Barnes John S. 

& Elec. Co. 
Barnes John T 

Fulton 

Barnes John W., r. 209, 28th 
Barnes John W., r. 821 Sutter 
Barnes John W., liquors, 9 East North, r. 230 

Hyde 
Barnes John W., liquors, 930 Howard 
Barnes John W., student, r. 293 Jersey 
Barnes John Z., baker Daly & Davitt, r. 721 

Clementina 
Barnes Joshua D., shipwright, 13 Howard, r. 

3484, 22d 
Barnes Kate, widow, r. 386 Hayes 
Barnes Lafayette C, repairer S. P. Co., r. 141 

Fair Oaks 
Barnes Leron E., with Chas. M. Plum & Co., 

r. 2522 Union 
Barnes Luzerne B., ironworker Western Iron 

Wks., r. Berkeley 
Barnes Mary, widow, r. 3203, 24th 
Barnes Mary A., widow, r. 17 Russell 



Barnes Mattie R. Miss, r. 1120 Leavenworth 
Barnes Milton, machinist G. S. & Miners' Iroi 

Wks., r. Oakland 
Barnes Monroe, asst. engineer str. Genera 

McDowell, r. 3213, 24th 
Barnes Robert L. C, bookkeeper The Bulle 

tin, r. 864 McAllister 
Barnes Roy, apprentice Union Iron Wks., r 

120 Clinton Park 
Barnes S., headwaiter The California Hotel 
Barnes Sadie, widow, r. 427 Stevenson 
Barnes S. F., solicitor Chronicle, r. 208 Edd; 
Barnes Thomas, blacksmith, r. 17 Russell 
Barnes Uba Mrs., boarding, 566, 1st Av. Soutl 
Barnes W. H. L., atty-at-law, Crocker Bldg. 

r. 821 Sutter 
Barnes Willard E., laborer, r. 515 Edinburgh 
Barnes William, cook Palace Hotel, r. 160 

Turk 
Barnes William, ironworker Western Iro) 

Wks., r. Ingleside 
Barnes William, machinist Pelton Wate 

Wheel Co., r. 163 Tremont Av. 
Barnes Wiliam E., r. 528 Folsom 

BARNES WIIililAM Gt. 

manager White Bicyclery, 2934 Fulton, i 
740 Shrader 
Barnes William H., grand scribe Grand En 

campment I. O. O. F., Odd Fellows' Bldg 

r. 1931 Devisade