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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 

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yW AQER OF ESTATES 

— APPRAISER 



E.E.BUNCE 

CALtFORNIA^^ 
-^ INVESTMENTS 



E. E. BUNCE 









1008 BROADWAY 

OAKLAND, CAL. 
Telephone 548 



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



PHCIFIC 

ROLLING 
MILL CO. 



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OFFICE 

100 

MARKET 
STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 



Manufacturers of 



Cast Steel \ 

Castingfs .na i 

Steel ! 
i Forgfings 

UP TO 20,000 POUNDS WEIGHT \ 

True to pattern and superior in strength, toughness and durability to Cast or 
Wrought Iron in any position or for any service. 

Gearings, Shoes, Dies, Cams, Tappets, Piston^Heads, Railroad and 
Machinery Castings of every description ; also . . . 

HOMOGENEOUS STEEL 

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y Soft and Ductile. Superior to Iron for Locomotive, Mining and Marine For'gings. 

/ Also Steel Rods from ^ to 3 inch diameter, and flats from i to 8 inch, Angles, Tees, Channels and 
/ other shapes; Steel Wagon, Buggy, and Truck Tires, Plow Steel Stamp, 

/ Stems, Cam Shafts, Piston Rods, Machinery and Special Shape i 

\ Steel to Size and Lengths. 

STEEL RAILS FROM 12 TO 45 POUNDS PER YARD 
Iron and Steel Bridge, Roof and Railroad Car Work a Specialty 



L 



ORDERS WILL HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION 
SEND FOR CATALOGUE 



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>,DOW STEAM PUMP WORKS 

\ 114-116 Beale Street, San Francisco. Cal 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



j Dow^s Improved Steam, Air and 
I Electrical Pumping Machinery 

1 FOR EVERY POSSIBLE DUTY 



High Duty Water Works Pumping Engines. Irrigating Pumps. | 
Marine Pumps, Mining Pumps, Elevator Pumps. i 



fm 



H^vl 



^ 





Speed Governors, Pressure Regulators and Steam Pump Specialties 

jRRESPONDENCE SOLICITED SEND FOR CATALOGUE 



THE 



Pelton Water Wheel 



Affords the most dimple, Economical and Reliable Power for Mining and other Purposes. 

7,000 WHEELS NOW RUNNING. 



While opinions may differ more or less 
as to the merits of other Water Wheels 



There is but one Opinion in Regard to the Pelton, 



It gives more value for the money than 
any other power appliance known. 




ELECTRIC POWER tRAN5N|l55lON. 

Pelton Wheels afford the most reliable and efficient power for such service, and are run- 
ivi.;^ a majority of stations of this character, in all parts of the world. 

This Company give exclusive attention to the development and utilization of water powers 
by the most modern, economic and improved methods. Highest efficiency and best regulation 
guaranteed. 

Water pipe, valves aho fittincs 

OF ANY REQUIRED STRENGTH AND CAPACITY. 



y^axa'.ogues Furnished on Application. 

ADDRESS, PELTON WATER WHEEL COMPANY, 
121 MAIN STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



p. F. CLERC MACHINE WORKS 



AH Kinds of Machinery Built and Repaired 



COFFEE AND LAUNDRY MACHINERY 

A SPECIALTY 

STEAM AND GAS PUFFING IRONS 



Having been established since 1861, 
1 refer to all Leading Laundries of 
California. 

REFERENCES 

San Francisco Laundry, La Grande Laundry, 
United States Laundry, Occidental Laundry, 
Qpntra Costa Laundry, National Laundry, 
'American Laundry, Sacramento Laundry, 
Parisian Laundry, and many others. 



219-221 Main Street 

Bet. Howard and Folsom Sts. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



-THE 



California Perforating Screen Co. 

Screens |^ Malt Kiln ]H Screens 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Perforated Sheet Metals of all Kinds 

For Mining and Milling Machinery and other uses. 

ALSO PIANO STRING MANUFACTURERS 



147 BEALE STREET 

THIRD FLOOR SAN FRANCISCO 




Something New **; Reliable 




I. L. MERRELL 




Sleam Pipe and Boiler Coverings, Bloclcs and Plastic. Asbestos Materials 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

Important to ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS and OWNERS 

I. X. m£:rrezl>s safety chimney 

IS well adapted to the Acme or any other fireplace, and 
can be attached in any building, and it is a perfect com- 
bination of Lightness, Durability and Safety, being com- 
posed of Magnesia, Asbestos and Fire Proof Mineral 
Fibre. 

ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS AND OWNERS 
about to erect New Buildings, when anything in the 
shape of a Safetii 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 
Wool on this Coast. No other material, either natural 
or manufactured, equals it for Heat-proofing, Fire-proof- 
ing, and Lining Buildings, and at the same time it is a 
Sure Protection against rats, mice and all insects. 

He also has constantly on hand Asbestos and Magnesia 
Coverings, Asbestos Board, Lining Felt, Asbestos in 
Solution for roofing, paints and washes. 

.^"AU orders and any information promptly at- 
tended to. 

r39 BRANNAN ST., San Francisco, Cal. 



ESTABLISHED 1862. 



TBE 



CALIFORNIA TOOL WORKS 



J. WBICHHART, Proprietor. 




M 




MODEL AND DIE MAKERS. 



I Steel, Iron and Brass Work. 

I Special Tools and Machinery for all Trades Made to Order. 



REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. ALL WORK WARRANTED. 



t43jiHD 145 Be ALE Stijeet, 



Telephone, Black 2291, 



SAN FRANC/SCO. CAL. 



TELEPHONE, MAIN 1442 



C. H. EVANS & CO 



(Successors to Thomson & Evans ) 



TVTKCHINEtiAiORKS 

STEAM PUMPS STEAM ENGINES 

AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY 

SHIPand STEAMBOAT WORK, Etc. 




Thomson & Evans' Patent Crank and Fly Wheel 
Steam Pumps, the best for all purposes 



Deep Well Punips, WiDdmill Pmnps, Irrigating Pumps 



Compound Pumps for City Water Works, Etc. 
Pipe Cutting and Threading. Repairing Promptly Attended to. 

110=112 BEALE STREET = SAN FRANCISCO 



Western Foundry 



MORTON & HEDLEY, Proprietors 



CASTINGS 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER 




234 FREMONT STREET 

Bet. Howard and Folsom Sts. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 




Pacific 3av AVanQfactarmg Co. 




7 & 19 FREMONT STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO 

Sole Manufacturers of 



Hatch Pruning Saws 

Files, Emery Wheels, 
Grindstones, Etc. 

FOR SALE. 2^ 



SAW AND MACHINE KNIVES OF EVERY 

DESCRIPTION ON HAND OR 

MADE TO ORDER 



Ov^>^> 




Saw Repairing and Knife Grinding: 



I. L. BURTON MACHINE WORKS 



BUILDERS OF 




Patent Centrifugal Pumps 

Giving Highest Efficiency of any Pump made for 
Irrigation, Reclamation, 
Dredging, Wrecking, Mining 
and Water Work. 

The Columbus 
Steam Pump 

The simplest, cheapest 
and most durable steam 
pump for 

Feeding Boilers and 
Forcing Water under 
heavy pressure. 

ENGINES, ELEVATORS, SHAFTING HANGERS AND PULLEYS 

PRINTERS' AND BOOKBINDERS' MACHINERY 

PIPE BOILERS AND OTBEB MACMllSEItT MADE TO OMDER 



115 -117 FIRST STREBT 



A. J. VAN DRflKE 

Wlachinist and Mechanical Engineer 

141 FIRST STREET 



I SPUR and BEVEL GEARS 

I Cut to Order 

ALL KINDS OF ^t^'^ 

KXPERIMENTAL MACHINERY ^J 

AND PATENT MODELS ^ I, 

^' 
Shafting, Pulleys and Boxes, Z 

Engines and Boilers. 

GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND 
JOBBING 




'^LvTrrrr:^' 



THE 

T 



INSURE IN YOUR ONLY HOME COMPANY 

Pacific Mutual 

. . . Life Insurance Company 




OF CALIFORNIA 



Its Distinctive Plan of Organization 
Gives 

Greatest Safety 

and Profit to 

Policyholders 

INVESTS ITS FUNDS ON THE 
PACIFIC COAST 

Paid Policyholders over 
$7,500,000.00 



LIFE * ENDOWMENT 
POLICIES 



N. E. Cor. Sacramento and Montgomery slCCIDEXT POLICIES 

San Francisco 



KILQARIF & BEAVER, General Agents for California (Life Dept.) 

F. W. VOOQT & BRC, = General Agents for California (Accident Dept.) 

PACIFIC MUTUAL BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO 



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li). * 3. $loanc « €0. 

(^arpets « furniture « XHpf^^l^ter^ 



Af We have on show a large assortment of f^ 

CARPETS in the various grades^ which for 
* Quality, Pattern and Gjloring^ cannot be ^ 

excelled. 



These gfoods surpass all previous productions 
and are suited to all kinds and styles of 
W furnishings. ^ 



©riental IRugs. 



. We have a choice assortment showing . 

some rare pieces. 



2)ome8tic IRugs. 

fj^ Large variety in all grades. f^ 



111. fl ]. Sloane & Co. 

641-647 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



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' DIRECTORS-A.T^. 

A TTCTT-NT f^ Tl 



TUBES, President. HIRAM TUBES, Vice-Pres. ALFRED S. TUBES, Treas. 
AUSTIN C. TUBES. HERMAN A. TUBES CHARLES W. KELLOGG, Secretary. 



TUBBS CORDAGE CO. 

(Founded in 1856. Incorporated April, 1889) 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL SIZES OF 

Manila and Sisal Rope, Binder Twine, Drilling Cables 

607=613 FRONT STREET, - SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

iA£EL-CH St CO. 

Impoilers, Shipping and Commission Mercliants 

220 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

AGENTS 

Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Co., Chemainus, British Columbia 



REPRESENTED BY 
WELCH, ACKERLY &. CO., 18 water st.. Liverpool, England 

R. P. RITHET & CO., victoria, British Columbia 

HEfiRv Liuno & Co. 

Importers, Shipping A^^Cofnmission Mefcliants. 



KoeNTS 1=01 



RELIANCE MARLXE INSURANCE CO. Limited, 

OF= L-I3ZERPOOL-. 



f^ogal . Swedistp . and . fiorwegiarp . Gopsulate. 



214 Calikornia Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAIv. 



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



Telephone. Main 199. 



BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE 



Dealers in 



PAPER 



512 to 516 Sacramento Street 
and 519 Commercial Street . . . 

San Francisco 



BLAKE, MOFFITT & TOWNE, 
Los Angeles. 

BLAKE, McFALL CO. 
Portland, Of. 



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rN^SXS^N^X^ 



OVERLAND 

Freight Transfer Company 



O, F. T. Co. 



ESTA-BLISHED 1867 



INCORPORATED 



TEAMING, FORWARDING, WAREHOUSING 



OFFICES 
FIFTH AND BLUXOME STREETS 

Telephone, S 388 

20 1 FRONT STREET 

Telephone, Front 70 

APPRAISERS' STORE 

Telephone, M 587 



WAREHOUSES 



Bluxome St. and Townsend St. 



Between Fourth and Fifth Sts. 



P. n. TV^cDONAL-D 
COKE, COAL 

WOOD AND 

CHARCOAL 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 

English Gas, Antwerp and Pelton Main Coke constantly on hand. 
Also San Francisco Qas Coke, the best for Family Use 
Special Attention Given to Furnishing Foundries and Mines 

OFFICE, 813 FOLSOM STREET 

YARDS 

300-308 Howard Street, Cor. Beale 
Webster and Greenwich Streets 



Simpson&Millar 

(Successors to C. V. Gillespie) 

Searchers of 
Records ^"^ 

Conveyancers 

Titles Examined and Abstracts Furnished to Lands in any County in the State 
535 California Street 




Branch Office 

N. W. Cor. McAllister and Larkin Sts. 

TELEPHONE 1932 



San Francisco, Cal. 



Murphy, Grant & Co. 



IMPORTERS OF 



Staple and Fancy 

Dry Goods 



and Furnishing Goods 

Corner Sansome and 
Bush Streets 

-— ^San Francisco 



JOHN H. BURNS 

BOMT BUILDER 



STEAM LAUNCHES 

A SPECIALTV 

Onoens Taken at 





Boats of Every 
Description Built to 
Order and Constantly 
ON Hand 

Stanford Street, near Second and Townsend, San Francisco 

WHALE BOATS, METALLIC SURF AND LIFE BOATS BUILT TO ORDER 

All Orders Promptly Attended to 

JOHN TWIGG & SONS 

Boat Builders 

Cor. King and Third Streets 

SAN FRANCISCO 

BOATS OEf ALI. DESCRIPTIONS MADE TO ORDER 

Steam Launches, Surf, Life, Gigs, Whiteiialis, and Sealing Boats a Specialty 

REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE 

Steam a.ncl Vapor Launclies a Specialty 

GEO. W. KNEASS 
BOAT BUILDER 

718 Third Street 

Corner King. San Francisco 

Yard 
Corner Illinois and Solano Streets 

POTRERO 

All kinds of WOODEN and 
IRON BOATS Built to Order, and 
Constantly on hand. Steam and 
Gasoline Launches a Specialty. 
Repairing and all Orders 
Promptly Attended to. 




S. THORNTON 

140 BERRY STREET Mctallic Llfc Boats 



Bet. Third aad Fourth 




Boats of all Descriptions Built to Order and Constantly on Hand 

REF-AIRING DONE AX SHORT NOTICE). 



(OLLECE OF NOTRE Dim 

OF SAN FRANCISCO 

FOR YOUNG LADIES 

DOLORES STREET, between i6th and 17th Sts., San Francisco 



This Institution, founded in 1866, chartered in 1876 by an Act of the Legislature of the State of 
California, and empowered to confer Collegiate Honors, is situated on Dolores Street, opposite the 
Old Mission Church. 

The course of instruction embraces all the branches necessary to the acquisition of 

A SOLID J{ND !\EFItiED EDUCATlOfi 



SELECT DAY SCHOOL ATTACHED 
TO THE COLLEGE 



N. B.— A Private Conveyance is furnished at moderate 
rates, for the convenience of pupils residing in distant 
parts of the city. 



For further Particulars apply to SISTER SUPERIOR 



Telephone, Main 1782. 



CITY STABLES 

New Brick Building, Very»Light and Well 
Ventilated. The Best Accommodations 
for Boarding Horses. Fine Stock of 
Livery tlorses and Vehicles of Every 
Description. • , 

F. M. CHAPMAN & CO. 



OOL ijuSn oTREET, Between Montgomery and Kearny 
SAN FRANCISCO 




SLATE BURIAL VAULTS 

Are recommended by every person 
who sees them . They are proof against 
dampness, rodents and reptiles ; are 
portable to ship to any part of the 
country. Are cheaper than brick and 
can be put in place by ordinary work- 
men. Slate is Imperishable by 
nature and has greater strength than any other stone. 

Apply to R. F. ROBER TSON, Pacific Coast Agent, 
Telephone 24. LOS GATOS, CAL 

N. CLARK & SONS, 17 and 19 Spear Street, SAN FRANCISCO. telephone 771. 




3300 Washington Street 

An accredited school with the University 
of California and the Leland Stanford 
Junior University. 




PREPARES FOR EASTERN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



Twentieth Year 



CORPS OF THIRTEEN 
PROFESSORS AND TUTORS. 



Private Assistance to Rapid and Tiiorough Advancement. 
Full Academic Course. Ancient and Modern Languages. 
Vocal and Instrumental Music, Drawing and Painting. 



Por Catalogue of Information, Address 

REV. DR. E, B. SPALDING 

RECTOR 



3300 WASHINQTON STREET 

L. 



San Francisco 

J 



20 



Irving Institute 




OARDING AND DaY ScHOOL 

LADIES 

Valencia and Hill Streets 
San Francisco 

UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY SCHOOL 

FULL SEMINARY AND NORMAL COURSES 

. CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, ART AND 



ELOCUTION 



# 



aremi ooo 

A CARRIAGE WILL CALL FOR PUPILS 

For Illustrated Catalogue, address — =-a»^ 



Rev. Edward B. Church, A. M., Principal 

[SEE NEXT PAGE] 



Ervmg Mstltiuite 

BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES 

Conservatory of Music, Art and Elocution 

HAS PRIMARY AND KINDERGARTEN DEPART- 
MENT FOR CHILDREN 

Corner Valencia and Hill Streets, San Francisco 




....Preparatory School to the Universities.... 

This SE^AINARV FOR YOUNG LADIES has been favorably 
known for almost a score of years. Its graduates adorn society in all 
parts of the Pacific Slope. It is a thorough finishing school, complete 
in every department. Its CONSERVATORY OF A\U5IC is one of 
the best in California, and employs eleven professors and teachers for 
the voice and various instruments. ELOCUTION and PHYSIC/\L 
CULTURE hold an important place in it, and combine gracefully with 
the intellectual training for which this school is noted. The Institute 
is situated in what is known as the "warm belt," on the corner of 
Valencia and Hill Streets, San Francisco ; and, in addition to its forty 
boarding pupils, has a large day patronage of all ages from every part 
of the City. 

For Illustrated Catalogue, address 

REV. EDWARD B. CHURCH, A. M., Principal. 

[SEE PRECEDING PAGE] 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 



SAN FRANCISCO 



DIRECTORY 



KOR, YEAR COIVIIVIENCIIMG APRIL 



1896 



CO?*TA.INING 



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

City and County Officers, Churches, Public and Private Schools, Benevolent, 

Literary, and other Associations, Banks, Incorporated Institutions, etc 

AND A COIVIRI^ETE 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

A Correct Map and an Improved Street and Avenue Guide of the City 



SAN FRANCISCO 

Compiled and Published by H. S. Crocker Company 

315, 317, 219 BUSM STREET 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1896, by 

H. S. CROCKER COMPANY, 

in the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



INTRODUCTORY. 




N PLACING this, the first volume of the Crocker-Langley 
San Francisco Directory, in the hands of its patrons, the 
publishers do so confident that it will meet the requirements of a 
large portion of the public, and are satisfied to let it rest on its merits as 
a work of its class, feeling certain that no more appropriate introduction 
could be offered than the assurance that nothing has been neglected on 
their part to secure the utmost thoroughness and accuracy. 

Few people realize what a great task a Directory maker undertakes. 
The work, in its completed form, bears little evidence of the tremendous 
amount of detail the work requires. There is no class of publication 
which involves in the production more labor, care and preparation than 
the collecting, compiling and printing of material for a Directory, yet 
this fact is, by many, little considered. 

This work is as nearly perfect as the most unceasing vigilance can 
make it. We wish to say it is impossible to produce a Directory of a 
city of the size of San Francisco which is absolutely correct. 

Canvassers meet with almost insurmountable difficulties. Addresses 
right to-day are wrong to-morrow, on account of removals. Many 
persons, whose judgment should teach them the folly of such a course, 
are reluctant and careless in giving information ; some refuse to give it 
entirely, and others give wrong addresses for obvious reasons, — to avoid 
jury duty, creditors, taxation, etc. 

The Street Guide is compiled entirely from reliable and authentic 
sources, and, owing to the many changes lately made by the Supervisors 
in the names of small streets, we have deemed it advisable to give both 
the old and new names of such streets and alleys. 

Our Business Directory has been very carefully compiled, and we 
think we have succeeded in producing one that contains but very few 
errors, if any at all. 



We have carefully compiled and engraved for this Directory the 
latest and most complete map of San Francisco City and County that 
has ever been issued. It will be found especially valuable for reference 
as to the location of Streets, Parks and Public Places. It also contains 
the Street Car system of this city, one of the most elaborate and 
exhaustive ones in the United States. A glance at this map will show 
how well supplied the inhabitants of this city are in the matter of 
transportation. 

Our Directory Library contains Directories of all cities in the United 
States and Canada, for free use of our patrons. In addition to the 
benefits which our citizens derive from this valuable library and exchange 
system, which places the CROCKER-Langley San FRANCISCO DIREC- 
TORY in all the Directory Libraries in the country, it serves as an 
excellent advertisement for a prosperous city; for no other publication 
can convey such an idea of the city and its growth ; its people, with their 
trades and professions; its schools, churches, banks, railroads, etc., and 
its various institutions and organizations. 

Sincere thanks are tendered those who, by their patronage and 
support, have materially aided the publishers in their work, and also to 
those who kindly gave the correct information required for this volume. 

In conclusion, the publishers will say that nothing shall be wanting 
on their part to maintain the high standard already obtained, and they 
confidently hope to meet with the recognition the work deserves. 

H. S. CROCKER CO., 
215, 217, 219 Bush St., Publishers. 

San Francisco, Cal. 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



List of Directories on File 



AT OFFICE OF 



€rocker-Cangky 
San f rancisco Directory 

2i5-2i7-2i<^ Busb Street 



ti 



ALBANY 

ATLANTA 

BALTIMORE 

BOSTON 

BRIDGEPORT 

BROOKLYN 

BUFFALO 

BUTTE CITY 

CAMDEN 

CHICAGO 

CINCINNATI 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

DENVER 

DETROIT 

DISTRICT OF 

COLUMBIA 
GRAND RAPIDS 
HARTFORD 
HELENA 

PORTLAND, ME. 
PORTLAND, OR. 
SACRAMENTO 
SALT LAKE 
SAN JOSE 
SEATTLE 
SIOUX CITY 




SPOKANE 

ST. LOUIS 

ST. PAUL 

STOCKTON 

TACOMA 

TOLEDO 

TROY 



INDLySfAPOLIS 

JERSEY QTY 

KANSAS CITY 

LEADVILLE 

LITTLE ROCK 

LOS ANGELES 

LOUISVILLE 

MEMPHIS 

MILWAUKEE 

MINNEAPOLIS 

NASHVILLE 

NEWARK 

NEW HAVEN 

NEW ORLEANS 

NEW YORK 

OAKLAND 

OMAHA 

PEORIA 

PHILADELPHIA 

PITTSBURGH 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

WILMINGTON 

WORCESTER 

MONTREAL 

TORONTO 

MELBOURNE 

SYDNEY 



jFltia many others, botb ^ity and Business 



22 CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Sherwood & Sherwood 

Importers, Sblpping and eottittii$$icn niercbants, 

212-2(21 MARKET STREET, 

T BET FRONT AND D»v,s SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Zpacific Coast ^Jtgonts for 



MOET <& CHANDON. " WHITE SEAI-" AND " BRUT IMPERIAL. " 

Crosse & Blackwells' Pickles. Lucca Oil, Fresh Fruit Jams, Etc. 
Colman's London Mustard, Fpps' Homeopathic Cocoa, 

Fry's Cocoas and Chocolate, Cox's Sparkling Gelatine, 

Durkee's Salad Dressing, Pure Spices, Etc. 

Sublime Lucca Oil, in Tins. 

Keystone monogram ana Old Saratoga (UbisKies. 

Burke's Guinness' Dublin Porter, Bass' Ale, bottled by Burke, 

Burke's Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Old Tom Gin, Jamaica Rum, 
Kenneth Mackenzie & Co's Cadiz Sherries and Oporto Port, 
Day and Martin's Blacking and Russett Cream, 
Chalmers' Transparent Gelatine, 

Houtman's Holland Gin, Fleischmann's Gin, 
Hennessy Brandy, bottled by E. & J. Burke. 

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

Henk Waukesha Mineral Water, Meinhold's Eastern Cider, 

Eschenauer's Clarets and Sauternes, Club Cocktails, 

Evan's Hudson India Pale Ale, bottled and in wood, Bushmill's Old Irish Whisky, 

Carlisle Sour Mash Bourbon Whiskey, in cases and in wood- 

Sbcrwooa '*Robln Rood," **0. P. $." ** mascot" and *' Standard" Ulbiskks, 

Canadian Rj'e Whisky, Gooderham & Worts Ltd., Toronto. 



Agents for FINE HAVANA CIGARS, 

Curtice Bros. Co., Rochester, N. Y., Preserved Meats, Vegetables and Fruits, and 
" Blue Label " Tomato Ketchup. 

IS/ A PA VALLEY WINE COS WINES and BRANDIES. 



DIRECT IMPORTERS AND HANDLERS OF 



STRAIGHT WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, PORT, SHERRIES, Etc. 



We do not cut, rectify nor compound. Goods sold from U. S. Bonded 
or Free Warehouses. 

SHERWOOD & SHERWOOD, 

2I2'2I4 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

AUSO PORTLAND AND LOS ANGELES. 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 


PAGE, 


Academy of Sciences, California 


65 


California Childrens' Home Society 


. 61 


American Association of Masters and Pilots 69 


California College of Pharmacy 


. 67 






California Cycling Club 


86 


eign Missions 


72 


California Electrical Society 


. 65 


American Legion of Honor 


76 


California Entomological Society 

California Historical Society 


. 65 


American Protective Association 


77 


65 




?'> 




65 


American Union Fish Company 


69 


California Lawn Tennis Club 


. 86 


Ancient Jewish Order Kesher Shel Barzel. 


77 


California Pharmaceutical Society 


. 65 


Ancient Order of Foresters 


77 
78 


California Philatelic Press Club 

California Pioueers, Society of 


86 


Ancient Order of Hibernians 


. 66 


Ancient Order United Workmen 


78 


California Press Club 


. 65 


Ariel Rowing Club 


85 


California Prison Commission 


. 46 


Arion Verein 


85 


California Schuetzen Club 


. 86 


Arlington Yacht Club 


85 


California School of Mechanical Arts 


. 65 


Art Association 


41 


California Society for the Prevention of 


Art Societies 


41 


Cruelty to Children 


. 46 


Associated Charities 


46 


California State Democratic Club 


. >^H 


Associated Veterans of the Mexican War.. 


85 


California State Dental Association 


. 65 


Astronomical Society of the Pacific 


64 


California State Homa?opathic Medical So 




Athenteum Literary and Social Society 


85 


ciety 


. 65 


Austrian Benevolent Society 


46 


California State Horticultural Society 


. 6o 


Austrian Military and Benevolent Associa 




California State Mining Bureau 


. 65 


tion 


48 


California State Protective Association 


. 79 


Austrian National Society 


69 


California State Retail Druggists' Ass'n .... 


. 69 


Bands of Hope — 


90 


California Volunteers, Society of. 

California Woman's Hospital 


89 


Banks 


41 


. 61 


Bar Association, S. F 


88 


Calliopean Club 


. 86 


Bar Association of S. F 


64 


Cambrian Aid Society 


. 43 




69 




86 


Bay City Wheelmen 


85 


Carlisle Club :.. 


. 86 


Bear Club of California 


85 


Cemeteries 


. 48 


Belgian Mutual Relief Society 


4.S 


Cercle Fraucais 


. 86 




4H 




49 


Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.. 


79 


Chautauqua Assembly 


. 65 


Benevolent Societies 


46 


Chebra Achim Rachmonim Association.... 


. 4H 


Berlins, The 


43 


Chebra Benai Gisrael Society 


. 43 


Bishop Armitage Church Orphanage 

B'nai B'rith, see I. 0. B'nai B'rith 


60 


Chebra Biker Cholim Society 


. 43 




Chebra B'rith Shalom Society 


. 43 


B'nai B'rith, Independent Order 


81 


Chebra Ohaboth Zion Society 


. 43 


Board of Education 


■Mi 


Chebra Ohavai Sholem Society 


. 43 


Board of Health 


36 


Chevra Shaare Refooah 


. 43 


Board of Trade of San Francisco 


48 


Childrens' Hospital 


. 61 


Board of Supervisors 


35 


Chosen Friends, Order of 


. 84 


Bohemian Club 


86 


Churches: 




Bookbinders' Protective and Beneficial As 




Baptist 


. 49 


sociation 


69 


Congregational 


. 49 


Boys' and Girls' Aid Society 


60 


Episcopal 


. 50 


Boys' Club of the Kip Church Missions 
House 




Evangelical 


ol 


47 


Greek Catholic 


. 51 


Boys' Club of the Sisterhood Emanuel 


47 


Hebrew 


51 




46 


Methodist 

Miscellaneous 


51 


British Benevolent Society of California.... 


. 55 


Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 


69 


Presbyterian 


. 52 


Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen 


69 


Roman Catholic 


. 53 


Builders' Association of California 


69 


Swedenborgian 


. 55 


Builders' Exchange 


57 


Unitarian 


. 00 


Bunker Hill Association 


86 




61 


Caledonian Club 


86 


City and County Government 


. 33 


California Academy of Medicine. 


86 


City and County Hospital 

City Front Boys' Club 


61 


California Academy of Sciences 


65 


. 47 




86 


Club of Eleven 


86 


California Bible Society 


72 


Coast and Geodetic Survey 


. 65 


California Camera Club 


86 


College of Dentistry, University of Cal 


. 67 



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PAGE. 

College of Pharmacy, California 71 

Colleges and Private Schools 55 

Companions of the Forest, A. O. F 77 

Companions of the Forest, A. O. F. of A... 80 

Concordia The 86 

Congregation Beth Menahim Streisand 43 

Congregational Associates 72 

Congregational Church Building Society... 72 
Congregational Church Extension Society.. 72 

Congregational Club 72 

Congregational Home Missionary Society.. 72 

Congregational Ministers' Relief Society 72 

Congregational Summer Pvesort Ass'n 72 

Congregational Sunday School and Pub- 
lishing Society 72 

Consuls 58 

Cooper Medical College 67 

Corinthian Yacht Club 86 

Cosmos Club 86 

County Leitrim Social Club 86 

County Monaghan Social Club 86 

Courts 36-37 

Crematories 49 

Cross Country Club 86 

Danish Ladies' Relief Society 46 

Danish Society (Dania) 43 

Danish Society (Norden) 96 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association 86 

Daughters of the American Revolution 79 

Deaconess' Home and Bible Training 

School 72 

Dental Association, California State 65 

Dental Colleges 67 

Deutscher Krieger Verein 86 

Deutscher Vereiu 87 

Doctors' Daughters 87 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of S. F 69 

Druids, United Ancient Order of. 85 

Dry Goods Mens' Association 87 

Dublin Social Club 87 

Electrical Society, California 65 

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of.. 79 

Emanu-El Sisterhood 46 

Entomological Society, California 65 

Epworth League Alliance 72 

Eureka Benevolent Society 46 

Evening Schools 72 

Exchanges 57 

Exempt Fire Company 43 

Exempt Relief Fund 43 

Father Matthew Total Abstinence and Be- 
nevolent Society 90 

Federal Government Officers 57 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph 40 

Fire Alarm Boxes 40 

Fire Department 39 

Fire Patrol 41 

Fire Underwriter's Association of the 

Pacific 41 

First Hebrew Benevolent Society 46 

First Hebrew Ladies' Mutual Benefit As- 
sociation 44 

Fisherman's Benevolent Association 44 

Floral Society, State 89 

Florence Crittenton Home Association 61 

Foreign Consuls 58 

Foresters of America 79 

Franklin Dramatic and Social Club 87 

Franklin Spar and Bau Verein 69 

Free and Accepted Masons 74 

Free Dispensary Clinic 46 

Free Public Library 64 

French Christian Union of S. F 73 

French Hospital 61 

French Ladies' Benevolent Society 46 

French Mutual Benevolent Society 44 



PAGE. 

Fruit and Flower Mission, S. F 47 

Gardeners' and Ranchers' Association 69 

Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society 44 

Gentleman's Sodality of the Blessed Virgin 

Mary 73 

Geographical Society of California 65 

Geographical Society of the Pacific 65 

German Benevolent Society 46 

German Hospital 61 

German Ladies' General Benevolent So- 
ciety 46 

Germania Schuetzen Club 87 

Gesellschaft Teutonia 87 

Girls' Directory, St. Francis 62 

Girls' Union, San Francisco 62 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association 46 

Golden Links, Lodge of 90 

Golden State Amateur Press Association .... 87 

Good Templars, Independent Order of 90 

Grand Army of the Republic SO 

Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery 

Association 81 

Hahnemann Hospital College 67 

Half Million Club 87 

Halls 70 

Harbor Commissioners 60 

Harmonic Club 87 

Harvard Club of San Francisco 87 

Hawthorne Society 87 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled 61 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home, Pacific 62 

Helpers, The 46 

Hermann's Sons, Mannerbund 87 

Home for Incurables, King's Daughters'.... 61 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females 61 

Homoeopathic Dispensary 46 

Homoeopathic Medical Society, California 

State 65 

Homoeopathic Polyclinic, San Francisco.... 48 

Horticultural Society, California State 65 

Hospital for Children 61 

Hospitals 60 

Howard Club 87 

Hungarian Social and Mutual Aid Society 44 

Improved Order of Red Men 81 

Improved Order of Red Men Endowment 

Fund Association 44 

Improved Order of Red Men Relief Fund 44 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith 81 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith Hall Asso- 
ciation 81 

Independent Order of Foresters 81 

Independent Order of Good Templars 90 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows 75 

Independent Order of Red Men 82 

Independent Order of Red Men's Hall 

Association 81 

Infant Shelter, Little Sisters' 47-62 

I. O. B'nai B'rith Board of Relief. 47 

I. O. Odd Fellows' General Relief Com- 
mittee 47 

International Association of Machinists 70 

Iroquois Club 87 

Italian Bersaglieri Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety 44 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society 44 

Italian Reali Carabinieri Mutual Aid So- 
ciety 44 

Italian Sharpshooters of the Alps 44 

Journeymen Butchers' Protective and Be- 
nevolent Association 44 

Juarez Guard Mutual and Benevolent So- 
ciety 44 

Junior Order United American Mechanics 82 

King's Daughters' Home for Incurables 61 

Kip Orphanage, Maria 66 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



25 



PAGE. 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 82 

Knights of Honor 82 

Knights of Pythias 83 

Knights of Pythias' Bureau of Relief. 47 

Knights of Pythias' Cemetery Association.. 83 

Knights of Pythias' Library Association 64 

Knights of the Golden Eagle S3 

Knights of the Maccabees 83 

Knights of the Red Branch 83 

Knights of Tara 83 

Knights' Templar 74 

Kong Chow Beneficial Society 47 

Labor and Trades Unions 63 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic. 47 
Ladies' Pastoral Aid Society of Trinity 

Church 73 

Ladies Seamen's Friend Society 47 

Ladies Society of Israelites 47 

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society 47 

Lafayette Guard Society 44 

Lane Hospital 61 

Law and Order League of California 70 

League of the Cross of the Archdiocese of 

San Francisco 90 

Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi 83 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Association, 

San Francisco 45 

Libraries 64 

Lick Old Ladies' Home 61 

Ligue Nationale Francaise 66 

Lincoln Gun Club 87 

Literary Societies 64 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter 47 aud 62 

Lodge of Golden Links 90 

Loring Club 87 

Loyal Legion, Military Order 83 

Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society 44 

Magdalen Asylum 62 

Manhattan Athletic Club 87 

Manufacturers' Associotion of California 70 

Maria Kip Orphanage 62 

Marine Kngineers' Association 44 

Marine Temperance Society 90 

Mariners' Free Reading Room 54 

Masonic Board of Relief. 47 

Masonic Cemetery Association 75 

Masonic Hall Association 75 

Masonic Lodges 74 

Masonic Veteran Association 75 

Masons' and Builders' Association 70 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Association... 47 
Master Painters' Association of Pacific Coast 70 

Master Plum bers' Association 70 

Masters and Pilots, American Association of 73- 

Mater Misericordite 62 

Mechanics' Institute 66 

Medical and Dental Colleges 67 

Medical Department of the University of 

California 67 

Medical Society of the State of California.... 66 

Medical Society, San Francisco County 66 

Mens' Home 47 

Mercantile Library 64 

Merchants' Club 87 

Merchants' Exchange Association 57 

Methodist Book Depository 73 

Methodist Social Union of San Francisco... 87 

Microscopical Society, San Francisco 66 

Military 67 

Military Order Loyal Legion 83 

Millmens' Protective Association 70 

Mining Bureau, California State 65 

Miscellaneous Information 33-91 

Mount St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Asylum 62 

Musical Fund Society, San Francisco 45 

National Association, Letter Carriers 44 



PAGE. 

National Association of Stationary Engi- 
neers 44 

National Association, Post Ofhce Clerks 44 

National Guard of California 67 

National Reserve Association 44 

National Union 84 

Native Daughters of the Golden West 87 

Native Sons of the Golden West 88 

Neptune Swimming and Bathing Club 88 

Nord-Deutscher Verein 44 

Norwegian Club 88 

Nursery for Homeless Children, S. F 62 

Occidental Club 88 

Odd Fellows' Employment Association 47 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association 73 

Odd Fellows, Independent Order of 75 

Odd Fellows' Library Association 64 

Ofiicers, State of California 59 

Oificers, United States 57 

Old Friends 88 

Old Ladies' Home, Lick 61 

Old Ladies' Home, Protestant Episcopal... 62 

Old People's Home of San Francisco 62 

Olive Growers, State Association of 70 

Olympic Club 88 

Order of Chosen Friends 84 

Order of Hermann's Sons 84 

Order of Pendo 85 

Order of Scottish Clans 44 

Order of Sous of St. George 85 

Orphan Asylum (Roman Catholic) 62 

Pacific Athletic Association ... 88 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons of 

Vermont 88 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' Asso- 
ciation 44 

Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club 66 

Pacific Coast Pigeon Society 88 

Pacific Coast Trotting - horse Breeders' 

Association 70 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home 62 
Pacific Homceopathic Dispensary Asso- 
ciation 47 

Pacific Kennel Club S8 

Pacific Presbyterian Union 73 

Pacific Stock Exchange Board 57 

Pacific-Union Club 88 

Pacific Yacht Club 88 

Pharmaceutical Society, California 65 

Philatelic Society of San Francisco 66 

Pilot Commissioners 60 

Pilots 60 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society 47 

Pioneers, Society of California 66 

Police Courts 37 

Police Department 37 

Police Stations 37 

Police Telegraph 37 

Polish Society of California 44 

Polyclinic, San Francisco 48 

Polypathic Medical and Surg cal Asso- 
ciation 66 

Port Wardens 60 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent Asso- 
ciation 70 

Presbyterian Mission House 73 

Press Club of San Francisco 88 

Private Schools 55 

Produce Exchange Mutual Benefit Asso- 
ciation, San Francisco 45 

Produce Exchange, San Francisco 57 

Protective Association 69 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies' Home 62 

Protestant Orphan Asylum, San Francisco 62 

Public Buildings 70 

Public Library, Free 64 



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PAGE. 

Public Schools of San Francisco 71 

Quarantine Hospital 62 

Railroad Commissioners 60 

Receiving Hospital 62 

Red Men, Improved Order of 81 

Red Men, Independent Order of 82 

Religious Societies 72 

Resorts 91 

Retail Druggists' Association, Cal. State 69 

Retail Druggists' Association, S. F 70 

Retail Grocers' Protective Association 70 

Riggers' Protective Union of 3 F 70 

Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum 62 

Royal Arcanum 85 

Royal Arch Masons 74 

Russian Hill Neighborhood House 47 

Salvation Army 55 

S. F. Art Association 41 

S. F. Baecker Verein 44 

S. F. Bar Association 88 

S. F. Benevolent Association 47 

S. F. Board of Provision Packers 70 

S. F. Board of Relief, I. O. B 47 

S. F. Board of Trade 48 

S. F. Boys' Club Association 47 

S. F. Chamber of Commerce 49 

S. F. Chapter American Institute of Ar- 
chitects 44 

S. F. Church Extension Society of the M. 

E. Church 7.S 

S. F. Clearing House 41 

S. F. Dental Association 70 

S. F. County Medical Society 66 

S. F. County Society of Physicians and 

Surgeons *^G 

S. F. Fire Department Charitable Fund 

Association 44 

S. F. Fruit and Flower Mission 47 

S. F. Girls' Union 62 

S. F. Golf Club 88 

S. F. Grutli- Verein 89 

S. F. Homceopathic Polyclinic 48 

S. F. Ladies' Protection and Relief Society 61 

S. F. Law Library Association 64 

S. F. Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Asso- 
ciation 45 

S. F. Maennerchor 89 

S. F. Microscopical Society 66 

S. F. Musical Fund Society 45 

S. F. Nursery for Homeless Children 62 

S. F. Polyclinic 48 

S. F. Port Society 73 

S. F. Produce Exchange 57 

S. F. Produce Exchange Mutual Benetit 

Association 45 

S. F. Protestant Orphan Asylum 62 

S. F. Public Schools 71 

S. F. Retail Druggists' Association 70 

S. F. Scottish Thistle Club 89 

S. F. Settlement Association 48 

S. F. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 

to Animals 48 

S. F. Stock and Exchange Board .57 

S. F. Turn Verein 89 

S. F. Typothetse 70 

S. F. Verein 89 

S. F. Whist Club 89 

S. F. Yacht Club 89 

Scandinavian Society 45 

Schleswig-Holstein Verein 89 

Schwaben Verein, San Francisco 45 

Scientific Societies 64 

Scotch-Irish Society 89 

Scottish Clans, Order of 44 

Scottish Thistle Club, San Francisco 89 

Secret Societies 74 



Servian Montenegrin Literary and Benevo- 
lent Society 45 

Sierra Club 66 

Silver Links Boys' Club 47 

Silver Street Kindergarten Society 48 

Slavonic lUyric Mutual Benevolent Society 45 

Social Societies 85 

Societe Beige de Bienfaisance 48 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals, San Francisco 48 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Children 46 

Society of California Pioneers 66 

Society of California Pioneers 89 

Society of California Volunteers 89 

Society of Physicians and Surgeons, S. F. 

County 66 

Society S. F. Letter Carriers' Band 89 

Society of True Friends 89 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul 48 

Society for Christian Work 48 

Sons of Jacob 85 

Sons of St. George, Order of 86 

Sons of American Revolution 85 

Sons of Veterans 85 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society 45 

St. George's Club 89 

State Association of Olive Growers 70 

State Board of Horticulture 67 

State Floral Society 89 

State Medical Society 66 

State Officer-s 59 

Stationary Engineers, National Association 44 

Stock and Bond Exchange 57 

Stock and Exchange Board, S. F .57 

Stock Exchange Board, Pacific -57 

Stomatological Dental Club 67 

Street Guide 93-1.30 

Sued-Deutcher Verein 45 

Superior Court 36 

Supreme Court 59 

Supreme Court Commissioners 59 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society 45 

Swiss Relief Society 48 

Swiss Rifle Club 89 

St. Andrews Society 48 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan Asylum 62 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society 45 

St. Luke's Hospital 62 

St. Mark's Hospital and Home for care of 

Inebriates 61 

St. Mary's Hospital 63 

St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance Association.. 45 
St. Paul's German Roman Catholic Benev- 
olent Society 45 

St. Peter's German Catholic Benevolent 

Society 45 

St. Vincent de Paul, Society of. 48 

St. Zita's Home 63 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Society of S. F 45 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast 67 

Temperance Societies 90 

Territorial Pioneers of California 67 

Teutonia Society 48 

The Children's Club 47 

Theaters 91 

Theatrical Mechanics' Association 89 

Theosophical Society 73 

Theta Iota Pi 89 

Trades Unions 63 

True Friends, Society of 89 

Turn Verein, San Francisco 89 

Twenty-sixth Street Hospital 63 

Union League Club 89 

Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society 45 

Union Square Club 89 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 




PAGE. 


Unitarian Headquarters 

United Ancient Order of Druids ... 


55 


Veterans of the California Hundred 


.... 90 


85 


Widows and Orphans' Aid Association. 


.... 45 


United Workmen, Ancient Order 


78 


Woman's Christian Temperance Union 


.... 91 


University Club 


89 


Woman's Hospital, California 


.... 61 


United States Officers 


57 


Woman's Relief Corps, G. A. E, 


.... 81 


Verein Eintracht 


45 


Woodmen of the World 


.... 85 


Verein Ostereich Social and Mutual Aid 




Xavier Literary Club 


... 67 


Society 


45 


Yale Alumni Association 


.... 90 


Veteran Fireman Volunteer Association ol 




Young Men's Catholic Union (R. C.) ... 


.... 45 




90 


Young Men's Christian Association 


.... 73 


Veteran Odd Fellows' Association 


90 


Young Men's Institute (R. C.) 


.... 45 


Veteran's National Guard of California 


(i9 


Young Women's Christian Association. 


.... 73 


Veterans' Home Association and Batallion 


63 


Youth's Directory 


.... 63 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

Acme Engraving Co 1798 

JEtna Insurance Co Red pages, 1681, 1968 

4 lien Charles R ' ^"'8^* bottom lines, 

Allen, CtiarlesK ^ register of names 

Allen, E. T. Co 130 

Allen & Higgins Lumber Co Backbone 

r Left top cor. 
American Type Founders' Co.... < cards, reg. 

( of names 

Andrews, George N 1888 

Andrews T P ( Right top lines, reg. 
Anarews, i. r | of names 1895 

Anglo-Californian Bank Red pases, 1671 

Apprill, George 1729 

Arctic Oil Works Back cover 

Argonaut Publishing Co 208 

Atkinson, G. F 1953 

Atkinson, T.E 1697 

Babin, Landry C 1915 

Back, F. J 1866 

Baker Enameling and Mfg. Co 1794 

Baker & Hamilton Business headings 

Bank and Insurance Dept Red pages, 1670 

Bankers' Life Assn. of Des Moines, la... 231 
Bank of British N. America. ..Red pages, 1678 

Bank of California Red pages, 1670 

Bardet & Gesvret 1911 

Barrow, Wade, Guthrie & Co 1697 

Bateman, William 1886 

Beau, Wesley P 1803 

Bellerive, Marie Mine 1781 

Bemis, C. C 1915 

Bishop, J 1753 

Blake, Moffitt & Towue 15, 1892 

Blohm, L 1967 

Blumenthal, Julius 1764 

Boeseh Lamp Co 1839 

Bolte, Jeanne Miss 290 

Bolton & Strong 291 

Boone & Murdock 1893 

Borland, James H 1883 

Bradstreei, A. B 1961 

Bridge, H. S. & Co 314 

Bridge, W.E 1934 

British America Assurance Co 1682 

Browell, Jeremiah Business headings 

Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Co., The 1726 

Buhlinger, Wm. F 1796 

Bulletin LefD bottom lines, register of names 



Bunce, E. E 

Bunker, Paul 

Burnham & Marsh Co 

Burns, J. H 

Burton, I. L 

Busch cfe Wocker 

Buswell, W. F 

Cahill & Hall Elevator Co.. 



1915 

18 

11 

17C2 

1893 

1792 

California Art Glass, Bending and Cutting 

Works. ...Reg. names, right side lines, 1811 
California Electric Supply and Construc- 
tion Co 1788. 1789, 1791, 1810. 1839, 1896 

California Electrical Works 1790 

California Ink Co 357, 1830 

California Institute of Public Account- 
ants 1696 

California Paving Co 1894 

California Perforating Screen Co 7 

California Safe Deposit and Trust Co 92 

California Tool Works 8 

California Type Foundry 1791, 19.53 

California Wire Cloth Co 1963 

Call, The 360 

Capp, C. S. & Co 1915 

Center & Spader 1916 

Chapman, F. M. & Co 19 

nu „„ \\T u f Reg. of names, right 

Chapman, W.B j top lines, 390 

Chauche & Bon Back cover 

Chester, Henry 1829 

Chrenik, Andreas & Co 1963 

Church, S. R 399 

City Stables 19 

Plnrk N At Sonc; i '^'■^^- ^^' "ames, right side 
LJarK, JN. & toons.. ^ jj^^^^^ business headings 

Clendinnen, John 1705 

Clerc, P. F 7, 1842 

Coffin, Alonzo 1893 

College of Notre Dame 19 

Colton Dental Association 425, 1775 

Columbia Theatre 425 

Connecticut Fire Ins. Co Back cover 

Cook, Fred R 1722 

n „i, XT XT T> H-; i~i„ I Reg. of names, left 
Cook, H. N. Belting Co. | ^ ^-^^ ^^^^^^ '^^^3 

Cooper, Leo 1946 

Crocker, H. S. Co 32 

Crocker-Langley S. F. Directory 21,30 

CuUen, D. Miss 1793 



28 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



PAGE. 

Cunningham, A. A ...1705, 1753, 1926 

Curtin-Beals' Mercantile Collection 

Agency 1763 

Curtin, D. A 1883 

Curtin, John Front cover, 1777 

Cypress Lawn Cemetery 1005 

DaUey, E. C 1923 

Davidson (fe Leigh 1916 

Dawes Collection Agency.. 1763 

Deacon, Wm 1836 

Decker, Charles W 425, 1775 

Decker, H. C 1916 

DeFilippe, Prof. 1946 

Degen, L. P 1723 

De Kalb Fence Co 1963 

Delger&King 496 

Denniston. E. G 1932 

Dickson, Ptobert Back cover 

Diener, Henry 1829 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co., Register of names, left 

top lines 1873, 1930 

Donohoe-Kelly Banking Co Red pages, 1673 

Dornin, George D 528 

Dow Steam Pump Works 5 

Dunham, Carrigan & Haydeii Co 

182.3,1835, 1836 

Easton, Eldridge & Co 1916 

Eby, .Tohn D Line back cover 

Eggers, Gould ct Co 1873 

Electric Laundry Co { ''^^^^^^'' 

Evans, C. H. & Co 9, 1794, 1911 

■i7„„„- Tj, n„+: ' Piegister of names. 

Evening Bulletin ^ jf.,.^ ^^^^^^ y^^^^' 

Evening Post, The 1276 

Famsworth & Ruggles 1780 

Fidelity Mutual Life Association of 

Philadelphia Top edge 

Filippe, T. B 1946 

Filmer-Rollius Electrotype Co 1792 

Finn, John, Metal Works 1869 

Fireman's Fund Ins. Co Frontcover, 601 

First National Bank Pi,ed pages, 1677 

Fisher, L. P 1698 

Fisher Packing Co 1958 

Fi.sher, Will E. & Co 1916 

Folkers, J. H. A. & Bro 1777, l!i4n, 1952 

Forbes, A. J. & Son 1742 

Forderer Cornice Works 62u, 1772 

Foreman, A. & Son 1954 

Foster, J. F 1698 

Fuii Co ThP ' Register of names, 

i^ujico., ine I right side lines 

Fulton. John J 1868 

Galloway Lithographing Co 1856 

Garratt, W. T. & Co Business headings 

Gas Consumers' Association 564,652, 1790 

German Savings and Loan Society 

Red pages, 1675 

Getz, R. J. &Co 1890 

Giant Powder Co Line back cover 

Gisslo ^v's Perfect Carpet Cleaning Works 

and Moving Co , 1748 

Gladding, McBean & Co Business headings 

Globe-MacCabe Co 1895 

Goldberg, Bowen & Co. .. 677 

Golden Gate Laundry 1841 

Golden State and Miners' j ^^f^^tf % "fP^^, 

Iron Works | ^]S^^ ^'^« ^"^^/^ 

Golden West Clothing | Register of names, 

Renovatory ] right bottom lines 

Goodman, George 1702, 1931 

Graf Bros 689 

Graham, Geo. D 690, 1909 

Graham, M. A 1794 



PAGE. 

Grand Pacific, The 1828 

Grant, H. M 1682 

Great Eastern Steam Carpet Beating and 

Renovating Works 1748 

Green, A. T. & Co 1916 

Greth, Dr 1867 

Gundlach, J. & Co { ''tir^Jj,^,^^ 

Gundlach, Ph. & Co 1879 

Gwyer.Mrs. Dr 1901 

Haas, Carl F 1953 

Hall, A. I. & Son 721 

Halls' Safe and Lock Works 1439 

Hamelin, A. Mme 1772 

Hansen, M. & Co 1925 

Harbor View Hot Salt Water Baths 1721 

Harding's Law and Collection Office 1764 

I Harloe, Marcus S 1824 

I Harris & Jones : 1862 

Hathaway, Braddock R 1868 

: Heald's Business College Backbone, 759 

; Henderson, H. C 768 

Hermann, C. & Co 1824 

Hermann Safe Co 1924 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society 

Red pages, 1679 

Hicks' Detective Agency 1777 

Hirsch&Kahn 1887, 1896 

Hobbs, Wall & Co Backbone, 91, 1733 

Hoffman, Dahl & Co 1931 

Holman, W. L 1792 

Holmes Dispatch Line 1738 

Howard, T 1967 

Institution for Massage 1867 

Irving Institute 0pp. title page 

Italian-Swiss Agricultural Colony 835 

Jackson, Byron 10 

Jackson, P. H. ct Co 1701 

Jacquemet, J. <fe Co 841 

Jesse, George R 1935 

Kahn, Henry & Co 1888 

Kincaid & Co 1893 

King, James L 1767.1883 

, Klinkner, C. A. cfc Co Business headings 

I Kneass, G. W IS 

Knox Collection Agency 1765 

j Krogh Manufacturing Co.. 1912 

La Grande Laundry 1841 

Lane, W. E 1905, 1928 

Lanteri, G. F 1728 

Larkins&Co 1970 

Lask, Harry J 1883 

Lawrence, J. V 1745 

Lawson, F. A. & Co 1914 

Layng, H.G. Machine Works 1864 

Leader Windmill Co 1962 

Lederer, G 1822 

Leek,IraG 1776 

Lewis, W. S. & Co 2 

Lietz, A. C 1940 

Lion Co., The 1754 

London and San Francisco Bank 

I Red pages, 1672 

I Lorenz, F. M 1967 

Loudon, W. M 1780 

Lowe, J. W 1703 

I Luckhardt, C. A. & Co 1705 

] Lund, Henry & Co 14 

Lundy Furniture Co 1807, 1927 

' T„ „ <^i „_!„„ ! Reg. of names, right 

I Lyons, Charles ^ ^^^^ lines....:. 1001 

i Lytle. T 1961 

! MacNutt, A. H 1867 

Madison (fe Burke 1917 

I Main Street Iron Works 1836 

1 Marsh tt Kidd 1728 



[NDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Munsell, James, Jr. 
Murch & Gray . 



Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co. 



Marwedel.C. F 1864 

McCrellis, F. H 1809 

McDonald, P.A 16 

McKinnie, Murray 1967 

McNevin, Capt 1926 

McPhun, Wm 1962 

McQueen, John 1750 

Merrell, I. L 8 

Millbrae Company 1871 

Millbrae Dairy 1111 

Miller, Harrv East 1753 

Mitchell, J. E., The Carpet Cleaning and 

Renovating Co 1749 

Moise, L. H Business headings, 1923 

( Right corner cards, 

Montague, W.W < register of names, 

( business headings 
Moraghan, M. B...Reg. of names, left top lines 

Morning Call 360 

Morton & Hedley 9 

Mount Shasta Mineral Spring Co... Front edge 
f Line front cover, 
( 1683, 1690 

1907 

Murphey, William 1734 

Murphy, Grant & Co 17 

' Line front cover, 
1683, 1690 
Mutual Savings Bank Red pages, 1679 

Myers, Carrick & Williams... { ^^f ftfo°^?„^e^^ 

National Brewing Co Edge of map, 1969 

National Fire Insurance Co 528 

National Laundry 1841 

Neustadter Bros 1930 

Nevada Metallurgical Works 1705 

Newhall, H. M. & Co Red pages, 1680 

Nichols, A. C. &Co 1843 

Nickel! Law and Collection Agency 1764 

Oakland Artificial Limb Co 31 

Oceanic Steamship Co 1209 

Oesterreicher, L 1917 

Overland Freight Transfer Co 16 

Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing Works 1787 

Pacific Electrical Works 1791 

Pacific Fruit Market Top line, back cover 

Pacific Law and Collection Co 1764 

Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co 12 

Pacific Paving Co 1894 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co 4 

Pacific Sash Weight and Foundry Co 1925 

Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co 10 

Pacific Towel Co 1952 

Pacific Vinegar and Pickle Works 1958 

Palatine Insurance Co 1681 

Palmetto Brush Co 1231 

Parflffine Paint Co I ^^S- ^^ names, 

raramne raint Co | j^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^^ 

Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works ... 1788 

Parson, Dr 1236 

Payne's Bolt Works 1728 

Peerless Laundry Co. { ^ISLI^.^--; ^f^l 
Pelton Water Wheel Co 6 

r Register of names, 
Perrier-Jouet Champagne \ upper right top 

( lines 390 

Pettitt, J. George 1792 

Petzold, August 1772 

Peulecka, H 1747 

Photo Mount and Card Mfg. Co 1263 

Pinkerton's National Detective Agency.. 1778 
Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine 1748 



Post, Evening, The.... 
Price, Thomas & Son 



PAGE. 

,. 1276 
. 1705 

Quadt, John & Co 1289 

Quaker Medicine Co 840 

Queen Insurance Co Bottom edge 

Reed, Robert 31 

Reed & Goodman 1306 

Reigle & Jamieson 1962 

Remillard Brick Co 1734 

Report, Daily 1314 

River Express Co 1799 

Robertson, R. F 19 

Robinson (fe Gillespie 1746 

Rosekrans, H. & Co 1.342 

Rouleau, F. A 1927 

Royal Insurance Co Bottom edge 

Rufiino & Bianchi 1867 

Ruggles, David W 1939 

Russell, J. W. & Co 1961 

Sadler, F. E 1801 

Sala, Joseph C 1941 

San Francisco and Pacific Glass Works... 1812 
San Francisco Gold, Silver and Nickel 

Plating Works 1932 

San Francisco Laundry 1842 

San Francisco Savings Union... Red pages, 1674 

San Francisco Stove Works 1939 

San Francisco Timber Preserving Co 1902 

San Francisco Turning and Planing Mill 1953 

Santa Clara College 1004 

Sather Banking Co 1678 

Saville, MacLymont & Co 1706 

Savings and Loan Society Red pages, 1676 

Scheerer, Joseph Co 1894 

Schilling, Adam & Sons 1384 

Schmidt Label and Lith. Co 

1838, 1856, 1894, 1338, 1733, 1796 

Schwarz, Joseph A 1401 

Sellers, J. C [''t^sl'l!^^' 

Sellschopp, W 1935 

Shattuck, E. J. & Co 391 

Sherwood & Sherwood 22 

Shreve& Co 1837 

Siebe& Green 1698 

Simoiids Saw Co 1926 

Simpson & Millar 17, 1927 

Sloane, W. & J. & Co. I ^5^1S?::^%''^fl^^Sfi^^ 
' I ot names, 13, 1439, 1808 

Smith, J. Glover & Co 1446 

Q™;fV, T -o jt^ n^ J Register of names. 

Smith, J. R. & Co } right side lines 

Solomon, C, Jr 1700, 1837 

Southern Pacific Co 1458 

Spaulding, J. & Co 1748, 1787 

Sperry Flour Co Line back cover 

Stanley, Charles T 1883 

Standard Collection and Mercantile Co... 1764 

Stetson, Mnie 1784 

St, Germain Billiard Co 1724, 17S 



St. Hubert Vineyard Co. 



Register of names. 



right side lines 

Stillwell Detective Agency, The 1707, 1709 

Stone, R 1746 

Stratton, S 1749 

Sullivan, J. F 1891 

Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Co 

...Front cover 

The Union Lithograph Co 1523 

Thomas, F., The, Parisian Dyeing and 

Cleaning Works 1788 

Thomas & Carlson 1893 

Thornton, Samuel 18 

Todd, William P Line front cover 

Towle & Lynch 1893 

Trinity School 20 



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PAGE. 

Truman, I. J. <k Co Inside back cover 

Trumbull <fe Beebe Line front cover, 1927 

Tubbs Cordage Co 14 

Twigg, John & Son 18 

Umbsen, G. H. & Co 1917 

Union Furniture and Baggage Moving 

Co 1809 

Union Ice Co 1556, 1830 

Union Iron Works 1769, 1786, 1876, 1928 

Union Lithograph Co 1523 

Union Photo-engraving Co 1557, 1797 

' Register names, left 
side lines, 1558, 1842 



United States Laundry 



UNXLD Fireworks .. 

Van Drake, A. J 

Wainwright, W 

Wainwright & Easton. 

Walton, N. C 

Wanner & Maddox 



1801 
11 
1912 
1762 
1705 
1801 



PAGE. 

Washburn & Moen Manu- ) Register of names, 

facturing Co ) right side lines 

Wasp Publishing Co 1594 

Watson &, Co.. ..Reg. of names, right side lines 



Wedgwood, William 

Weichart, J , 

Welch & Co 

Wells, Charles B 

West Publishing Co 

Western Assurance Co. 

Western Foundry 

Whelden, Alex W 

Wieland Bros 

Williams, Belser & Co. 

Wilson, J. C. & Co 



1907 



.1607, 1893 
1709 



175n 



._ 1771 

Register of names, 
left corner cards 
Winterburn, Joseph Co Line front cover 

Wolff, wmia. & Co. PSS'pctercS 
Young & Lang 1917 



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noted for the magnitude of its business — operating with 
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managements, every modern process of the "Art pre- 
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Bookbinding, Copperplate Engraving — would be more 
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delivery, than a concern without equal facilities ? 

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Lithographing, Bush Street. 

Bookbinding. 



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CROCKER-LANGLEY 
SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



1896 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 

CONCERNING 

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



CITY AND COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor— Adolph Sutro; salary, 83,000 per annum. 

Secretary— Taylor Rogers; salary, $3,000 per an- 
num. 

Stenographer — Miss Edna E. Gibson. 

Messenger— George W. Brown. 
AssESsoK — JohnD. Slebe; salary, 84,000 per annum. 

Chief Deputy— Hugo Herzer; salary, $2,400 per an- 
num. 

Chief Field Deputy— J. N. Colter; salary, 82,400 
per annum. 

Chief Draughtsman— Alfred D. Mlesegaes; salary, 
82,400 per annum. 

Office Deputy— J. J. Grelf; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Office Deputy— George Tyroll; salary, 81,800 per 
annum. 

Office Deputy — Edgar Brlggs; salary, 81,800 per 
annum. 

Office Deputy— E. T. Harvey; salary, 81,800 per 
annum. 
Auditor — William Broderlck; salary, 84,000 per an- 
num. 

Deputy— George W. Thomas; salary, 83,000 per 
annum. 

Clerk — John C. Broderlck; salary, 81,800 per an- 

Clerk — Frank D. Burrows; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Clerk— Edward B. Thomas; salary, 81,500 per an- 
num. 

Clerk — DanlelJ. Leary; salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Chief of Poliob— Patrick Crowley; salary, 84,000 
per annum. 

Captain of Detectives — Isaiah W. Lees; salary, 
81,800 per annum. 

Clerk (Chief of Police)— Henry S. Healey; salary, 
81,800 per annum. 

Property Clerk— William Cullen; salary, 81,800 per 
annum. 
City and County Attorney and Counselor — 
Harry T. Creswell; salary, 85,000 per annum. 

Assistant — Rhodes Borden; salary, 83,000 per an- 
num. 

Assistant — James L. Gallagher; salary, 88,000 per 
annum. 



Asslstantr— GalUard Stoney; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Assistant— John T. Thornton; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Assistant— William I. Broheck; salary, 81,800 per 
annum. 

Clerk— Charles C. Cohn; salary, 8900 per annum. 

Messenger— Martin Donovan; salary, 8900 per an- 
num. 

City Physician— A. P. O'Brien, M.D.; salary, 81,800 
per annum. 
Police Surgeon— Conrad Well, M.D.; salary, 81,200 



per 
Assistant Surgeon— George H. Thompson, M.D.; 

salary, 8900 per annum. 
Assistant Surgeon— Frank T. Fltzglbbon, M.D.; 

salary, 8900 per annum. 
Assistant Surgeon— Edwin Bunnell, M.D. ; salary, 

8900 per annum. 
Steward Receiving Hospital- Columban D. Bu- 

cher; salary, 8900 per annum. 
Assistant Steward— Joseph Mogan; salary, 8720 

per annum. 
Matron Receiving Hospital— Mrs. Susan M. Ed- 
monds; salary, 8720 per annum. 
Assistant Matron— Mrs. Rose Kane: salary, 8720 

per annum. 

City and County Surveyor and City Engineer 
—Charles S. Tllton ; salary, 8500 per annum 
and fees. 

Civil Engineer— Julius H. Smith. 

Draughtsman— Frederick W. Hummerston. 

Commissioners— City Hall; salary, 81,200 per an- 
num. 

Mayor Adolph Sutro. 

Auditor William Broderlck. 

City and County Attorney and Counselor Harry 
T. Creswell. 

Secretary— Jeremiah J. McCarthy; salary, $2,400 
per annum. 

Architect— Frank T. Shea; salary, 83,000 per an- 
num. 

Superintendent of Construction — D. Ernest Mellis; 
salary, 83,000 per annum. 

Messenger— Samuel H.Beckett; salary, S900 per an- 
num. 



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Commissioners— Election. 
Mayor Adolph Sutro. 
Auditor William Broderlck. 
Tax Collector James N. Block. 
City and County Attorney and Counselor Harry T. 

Creswell. 
City and County Surveyor Charles S. Tllton. 
Secretary— William M. Hlnton, Registrar of Voters. 
(Serve ex officio, without compensation.) 
Commissioners— Fire Department. 
George T. Bohen, President; no compensation. 
Joseph S. Marshall. 
John W. McDonald. 
Colin M. Boyd. 
Frank G. Edwards. 
Secretary— George F. Maxwell; salary, $1,800 per 

annum. 
Assistant Secretary— Michael L. Spinetti; salary, 

81,200 per annum. 
Messenger— D. R. Conniff; salary, S900 per annum. 
(Commissioners serve without compensation.) 
Commissioners— Insanity. 
Edwin Windele, M. D. 
Charles A. Wadsworth, M. D. 
Daniel D. Lustig, M. D. 
Theo Rethers, M. D. 
Secretary, Charles F. Curry, County Clerk (ex 

officio). 
(Compensation — fees.) 
Commissioners— Pabk. 
John Rosenfeld. , ' 
Joseph Austin, i .- ; ' 

Irving M. Scott. 
Secretary — Miss Valance V. Bloch ; salary, $1,500 

per annum. 
Superintendent — John McLaren; salary, $4,200 per 



(Commissioners serve without compensation.) 
Commissioners— PoLtcE. 

Robert; J., Tobin— President, salary, $3,000 per an- 
num. 

William Alvord, salary, $1,200 per annum. 

Moses A. Gunst; salary, $1,200 per annum. 

Patrick Crowley, Chief of Police (ex officio). 

Clerk— Henry S. Healey. 
CosiMnssioNERS — Police Relief and Pension 
FrND. 

Robert J. Tobin, President. 

Patrick Crowley, Secretary. 

Coroner William J. Hawkins, M. D.; salary, 

$4,000 per annum. 

First Deputy— J. L. McCormlck; salary, $2,400 per 
annum. 

Second Deputy— J. E. O'Brien; salary, $1,800 per 
annum. 

Third Deputy— J. G. Tyrrell; salary, $1,500 per an- 

Fourth Deputy— J. F. Hallett; salary, $1,500 per 
annum. 

Autopsy Physician— J. S. Barrett, M. D.; salary, 
$2,400 per annum. 

Chemist— Charles L. Morgan; salary, fees. 

Stenographer— L. Conlan; salary, 81,800 per annum. 

Messenger— L. J. Mclnnes; salary, $900per annum. 

Janitor— Thomas Smith; salary, $900 per annum 
County Clerk— Charles F. Curry; salary, $4,000 per 
annum. 

Chief Deputy— Harry Piper; salary, 83,000 per 
annum. 

Court Room Clerk,Departmentl — Joseph Goddard; 
salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 2— John A. Dunker ; 
salary, 82,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk Department 3— Charles C. Mor- 
ris; salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 4— Robert H. Fitz- 
gerald; salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 5— Ambrose A. 
Watson; salary, 82.100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Departments- Ben I. Salomon, 
salary, 82,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 7 — William C. Dun- 
lap; salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 8— R. J. Welch; 
salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 9— J. B. Martin; 
salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 10— James R. Mc- 
Elroy; salary, $2,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 11— Oscar A. Tolle ; 
salary, 82,100 per annum. 

Court Room Clerk, Department 12— Charles H. 
Fancher; salary. 82,100 per annum. 
County Recorder — Thomas J. Glynn; salary, 84,000 
per annum. . . 



Chief Deputy — John G. Noonan; salary, $3,000 per 

annum. 
Mortgage Clerk— William H. Miller; salary, 81,200 

per annum. 
Deputy— Richard D. Blauvelt; salary, 81,800 per 



Deputy— Daniel M. Gavifean; salary, $1,800 per 

annum. 
Deputy — Michael J. Kelly; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
Chief Copyist— Joseph T. Cooney (per folio). 
Marriage License Clerk— John F.Cooney (per folio). 
(Copyists— paid by folio.) / , 

District Attorney — William S. Barnes; salary, 

$5,000 per annum. > . 

Assistant — J6hn A. Hosmer; salary, $3,600 per 

annum. 
Assistant— Alfred P. Black; salary, 83,000 per 

annum. 
Assistant — Edgar D. Peixotto; salary, 83,000 per 

annum. 
Chief Clerk— Walter B. Blair; salary, 83,000 per 

annum. 
Cleric— John B. Tungate; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
Clerk— Thomas F. Dunn; salary, $1,200 per annum. 
Cllerk— Arthur Brand; salary, $1,200 per annum. 
Fire Marshal— Charles Towe; paid by Insurance 

Companies. 
Free Public Library. 
Trustee— George T. Shaw, President. 
Trustee— Colin M. Boyd. :, 

Trustee— Horace Davis. ■' ] 

Trustee— Ralph C. Harrison. 
Trustee— John S. Hlttell. 
Trustee— Philip N. Lillenthal. 
Trustee — Azro L. Mann. 
Trustee — James D. Phelan. 
Trustee — Joseph O'Connor. 
Trustee— Edward R. Taylor. 
Trustee— John H. Wise. ! . ]\'i 

Librarian — George T. Clark; salary, $2,400! per 

annum. 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary — Miss Martha T. Tyler; salary, 

$900 per annum. 
(Trustees serve without compensation.) 
Gas and Water Ikspectok— Chris E. Newman; 

salary, $1,800 per annum. ' . , 

Health Officer — Arthur S. Lovelace, M. D.; salary, 

83,000 per annum. 
Law Library. 
Librarian— James H. Deerlng, Jr.; salary, $2,400 

per annum. 
Assistant— John F. Tyler; salary, 82,000 per annum. 
Asslstant^David L. Conkling; salary, 81,800 per 



Assistant — Frank J. McGuire ; salary, 81,200 per an- 

LiCENSE Collector- Fred W. Lees; salary, 83,000 

per annum. 
Deputy— William J. Blattner; salary, 81,500 per 

annum. 
Cashier— Charles E. Benjamin, salary, 81,500 per an- 
num. 
Bookkeeper— Anthony Griffith; salary, 81,500 per 

annum. 
Bookkeeper— Sigmund H. Simon; salary, 81,500 per 

annum. 
Public Administrator — Andrew C. Freese. 
Attorney— Jeremiah D. Sullivan. 
(Compensation— fees.) 
Quarantine Officer — W. P. Chalmers, M. D. ; 

salary, $2,400 per annum. 
Registrar of Voters— William M. Hlnton; salary, 

S3,60:t per annum. 
Deputy— Peter W. McGlade; salary, 81,800 per 

annum. 
Sheriff- Richard I. Whelan; salary, 88,000 per 

annum. 
Under Sheriff— William Clack; salary, 82,200 per 

annum. 
Bookkeeper— John G. Fitzgerald; salary, 83,000 per 

annum. 
Assistant Bookkeeper— Sigmund L. Simon; salary, 

81,200 per annum. 
Chief Jailor- Andrew Sattler; salary, 81,800 per 

annum. 
Superintendent Alms House— Philip L. Weaver; 

salary, $2,400 per annum. 
Resident Physician— W. E. Conlon, M. D.; salary, 

$1,800 per annum. 
Matron— Mrs. E. A. Weaver; salary, $T20 per 

annum. 
Clerk— F.B. McGinn^; salary, 81^200 per annum. 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Buard of Supervisors. 



35 



SiTPBKiNTENDENT CiTY Cembteet — J. O'Kane; 

salary, S900 per annum. 
Sttpeeintendent Common Schools— Madison Bab- 
cock; salary, S4,000 per annum. 
Deputy — Charles B. Stone; salary, 83,000 per 

annum. 
Stenographer— Miss Agnes C. Kendrlck; salary, 

8480 per annum. 
Stjpekintendent Fike Alaem and Police Tele- 

GEAPH— William B. Hewitt; salary, 82,400 per 

annum. 
Operator— Jeremiah Murphy; salary, 81,500 per 

annum. 
Operator— Frank G. Haskell; salary, 81,500 per 

annum. 
Operator— Frank Bishop; salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Repairer— E. J. Sweeney: salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Assistants- W. G. Pennycook; salary, 81,080 per 



Assistant— Daniel Shay; salary, 81,080 per annum. 
Assistant — Frank Biedeman; salary, 81,080 per 

annum. 
Supekintendent House of Coeeection — P. M. 

.Clarkson; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
Assistant — George McGinn; salary, 81,200 per 

annum. 

SUPEEINTENDENT PHYSICIAN CiTY AND COUNTY 

Hospital— F. H. Stable, M. D.; salary, 83,400 

per annum. 
Resident Physician— Alexander J. Younger, M. D. 

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 Surgeon — Charles N". Ellinwood, M. D. 

salary, 81.200 per annum. 
Visiting Surgeon — Robert A. McLean, M. D. 

salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Apothecary— W. M. Hickman; salary, 81,200 per 

annum. 
Steward— Geo. Robinson; salary, 81,500 per annum. 

SUPEEINTENDENT POLICE PaTEOL TELEGEAPH- 

William B. Hewitt; salary, 82,400 per annum. 

Inspector— M. J. Wall; salary, 81,500 per annum. 

Lineman— James Loney; salary, 81,080 per annum. 

Assistant— Charles F. Daley; salary, 81,080 per an- 
num. 

Assistant — George Faber; salary, 81,080 per annum. 

(10 drivers— salary, 81,080 per annum.) 

SUPEEINTENDENT PUBLIC StEEETS, HIGHWAYS 

AND Squaees— Thomas Ashworth; salary, 
84,000 per annum. 

Chief Deputy — Andrew J. Donovan ; salary, 82,400 
per annum. 

Draughtsman — James J. E. Hawkins; salary, 81,248 
per annum. 

Bookkeeper— J. B. Gartland; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Keeper Corporation Yard — H. S. Henning; salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

(Also— Three Deputies at 82,400 per annum; six at 
81,800 per annum; and seven at 81,500 per an- 
num.) 
Tax Collectoe — James N. Block; salary, 84,000 per 
annum. 

Chief Deputy— Hiram B. Cook; salary, 82,400 per 
annum. 

Cashier— Philip Susmann; salary, 82,400 per an- 
num. 

Deputy— Herman Enkle; salary, 81,800 per annum. 

Deputy— Edward Lawton; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Deputy— John M. Fagg; salary, 81,800 per annum. 

(18 Clerks— 8100 per month.) 
Tbbasueee— Augustus C. Widber; salary, .84,000 per 



Chief Deputy— Matthew De La Montanya, Jr.; sal- 
ary, 83,000 per annum. 

Deputy — Louis N. Jacobs; salary, 82,100 per annum. 

Deputy— Max Warschauer; salary, 82,100 per an- 
num. 

Clerk — James Wren; salary, 81,500 per annum. 

Clerk— Fee Department, William J. Heney ; salary, 
81,800 per annum. 

Clerk — Fee Department, Peter Deveny; salary, 
81,800 per annum. 

APPOINTEES OF SUPESVISOES. 

Beidgekeepee — Fourth street bridge, Henry 
Healey; salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Assistant— F. Peterson; salary, 8900 per annum. 
Assistant — Thomas B. Dolan; salary, 8720 per an- 



Beidgekeepee — Sixth street bridge, Herman 
Kihn; salary, 8720 per annum. 

Caepentee— Sew City Hall, Charles E. Parent; sal- 
ary, 81,020 per annum. 

CoNDUCTOE Elevatoe— New City Hall, James 
Thom; salary, 8780 per annum. 

Condttctoe Eletatoe— New City Hall, John B. Haw- 
thorne; salary, 8780 per annum. 

Engineee — New City Hall, James C. Symon ; 
salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Fieeman — New City Hall, William Brown, salary, 
8960 per annum. 

Fish and Game Waeden— J. A. Mogan; salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

Gardenees. 
Head Gardener— Charles W. Love ; salary, 81,200 per 

annum. 
Alta Plaza— James Cronogue; salary, 8900 per an- 

Columbia Square — Nicholas E. Tracey ; salary, 
8900 per annum. 

Garfield Square— William W. Macey; salary, 8900 
per annum. 

Hamilton Square— Philip Dietz ; salary, 8900 per an- 
num. 

Portsmouth Square— Dennis Dowd; salary, 8900 
per annum. 

New City Hall— John J. Hourlgan; salary, 8900 per 



New City Hall— M. A. Redington ; salary, 8900 per 

annum. 
Union Square— H. Marks; salary, 8900 per annum. 
Washington Square— Joseph Spoon; salary, 8900 
per annum. 
Janitoe— (Head) George L. Murdock; salary, 81,080 

per annum. 
(Twenty-eight subordinates— 870 per month each.) 
PouNDKEEPEE— Thomas C. Wells; salary, 8900 per an- 
num. 
Watchman— New City Hall, Charles Meyer; salary, 

8960 per annum. 
Watchman— New City Hall, John Kirkpatrick; 
salary, 8900 per annum. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

membees. 
Mayor Adolph Sutro, President, ex officio. 
First Ward— Joseph King. 
Second Ward— Peter A. Scully. 
Third Ward— C. E. Benjamin. 
Fourth Ward— Alphonse Hirsch. 
Fifth Ward— Joseph I. Dimond. 
Sixth Ward— Edward C. Hughes. 
Seventh Ward— Chris Dunker. 
Eighth Ward— Charles L. Taylor. 
Ninth Ward— Alfred W- Morgenstern. 
Tenth Ward— Adolph B. Spreckels. 
Eleventh Ward— John K. C. Hobbs. 
Twelfth Ward— Edward L. Wagner. 

Clerk— John A. Russell; salary, 83,600 per annum. 

Deputy Clerk- William T. Patterson; salary, 81,800 



annum. 
Assistant Clerk— Harry C. Farquharson; salary, 

81,800 per annum. 
Assistant Clerk— James C. Tomalty, Jr.; salary, 

81,800 per annum. 
Assistant Clerk— John Q. Brown, Jr., salary, 81,800 



per annum. „ ^ 

Expert Accountant— Cyril Williams; salary, 82,100 

per annum. 
Sergeant-at- Arms— William D. Donald; salary, 

81,200 per annum. 

STANDING committees. 

Judiciary— Dimond, Spreckels, Taylor. 

Finance and Auditing— Taylor, Hobbs, Benjamin. 

Streets and Wharfs— Spreckels, Hughes, Morgen- 
stern, Benjamin, Dunker. 

Public Buildings— Hobbs, Spreckels, King. 

Water and Water Supply— Morgenstern, Dimond, 
Taylor, Benjamin, Hobbs. -i 

Health and Police— Benjamin, Dunker, Dimond, 
King, Morgenstern. 

Fire Department— Dunker, Hobbs, Hughes, Morgen- 
stern, Taylor. 

License and Orders— Wagner, King, Benjamin. 

Hospital— King, Hirsch, Dunker. t. • • 

Printing and Salaries— Hughes. Dunker, Benjamin. 



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Street Lights— Hirsch, Hughes, Hobbs, MorgenBtern, 



Municipal Building-Benjamin, Sprectels, Wagner, 

Hlrsch, King. 
(Supervisors, salaries, Sl,200 per annum.) 



BOARD OF EDUCATION, 

MEMBKKS. 

Henry L. Dodge— Pres. Charles H. Hawley. 
William F. Ambrose. H. C. Henderson. 

Emmet P. Barrett. Andrew McElroy. 

Thomas R. Carew. Charles A. Murdock. 

Charles A. Clinton, M. D. Henry T. Scott. 
Augustus Comte, Jr. Thomas K. Knox. 

Secretary— George Beanston; salary, 82,400 per 

annum. 
Assistant Secretary— George W. Wade; salary, 

SI, 980 per annum. 
Assistant Secretary— Israel J. Aschhelm; salary, 

81,680 per annum. 
Assistant Secretary— Frank F. Stone; salary, 81,b8U 

Stenographer— Miss F.M. Cusick; salary, 8720 per 

annum. 
Messenger— Frank W. Tale; salary, 81,200 per 

annum. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

The President Is ex officio a Member of all Stand- 
ing Committees. 
The Superintendent is ex officio, a member of the 
Committees on Classification, on Rules and on 
Qualifications of teachers. 

Finance— Hawley, Murdock, Barrett. 

Classification- Murdock, Clinton, Hawley, Barrett, 
McElroy, Carew. 

Rules— Knox, Comte, Henderson. 

Qualifications— Clinton, Knox, Scott. 

Buildings and Grounds— Henderson, McElroy, Am- 
brose. 

Salaries — Carew, Knox, Henderson. 

Supplies— Scott, Murdock, Clinton. 

Judiciary— Comte, Knox, Carew. 

Printing— Barrett, Hawley, Comte. 

Janitors— McElroy, Hawley, Ambrose. 

Visiting— Ambrose, Barrett, Scott. 

(Members of the Board serve without compensation.) 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

MEMBERS. 

Mayor Adolph Sutro. President ex officio. 

G. J. Fitzglbbon, M. D. 

H. H.Hart, M.D. 

John F. Morse, M. D. 

J. M. Williamson, M. D. 

Health Officer— Arthur S. Lovelace, M. D.; salary, 
83,000 per annum. 

Visiting Physician, Twenty-sixth Street Hospital- 
Samuel S. Kahn, M. D.; salary, 81,800 per an- 
num. 

Secretary— Edmond Godchaux; salary, 82,100 per 
annum. 

.Vsslstant Secretary — Handel H. Zohel; salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

c;hlef Market Inspector — Benjamin Davis; salary, 
81,200 per annum. 

Assistant — Alfred D. Turner; salary, 8900 per 
annum. 

Assistant— J. River; salary, 8900 per annum. 

Assistant— William H. Jordan; salary, 8900 per an- 
num. 

Milk Inspector— James P. Dockery; salary, 81,200 
per annum. 

Plumbing Inspector— John J. Sullivan; salary, 
81,500 per annum. 

Assistant— Thomas H. McGrath; salary, 81,200 per 
annum. 

Assistant Superintendent Disinterments— Richard 
M.Jones; salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Inspector— David Fay; salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Inspector— Otto Luders; salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Inspector— Alexander T. Patton; salary, 81,200 per 
annum. 

Inspector— William H. Duren; salary, 81,200 per 
annum. 

Inspector— Albert B. Klnne; salary, 81,200 per an- 
num. 

Inspector— W. H. Stout; salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Messenger— James W. Brier; salary, S900 per an- 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Department 1. Judge— James M. Seawell; term 
expires January, 1899. 
Clerk— Joseph Goddard. 
Reporter— A. Leslie Coombs. 
Bailiff— Thomas F. Whelan. 

Department 2. Judge— William R. Daingerfield; 
term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk- John A. Dunker. 
Reporter— Charles R. Gagan. 
Baillfl— Joseph P. Hayes. 

Department 3. Judge— Daniel J. Murphy; term 
expires January, 1897. 
Clerk— Charles C. Morris. 
Reporter— Joseph P. Stevens. 
Ballifif- J. F. Rock. 

Department 4. Judge— John C. B. Hebbard; term 
expires January, 1897. 
Clerk— Robert H. Fitzgerald. 
Reporter— Harrison A. Jones. 
Ballifif— F. W. Callahan. 

Department 5. Judge— John Hunt, Jr.; term ex- 
pires January, 1897. 
Clerk— Ambrose A. Watson. 
Reporter— Edwin S. Belden. 
Bailiff- David Magner. 
Department 6. (Criminal)— Judge— William T.Wal- 
lace; term expires January, 1899. 
Clerk— Ben I. Salomon. 
Reporter— Robert F. Gallagher. 
Bailiff— P. J. Curtis. 
Department 7. Judge— Austin A. Sanderson; term 
expires January, 1897. 
Clerk— William C. Dunlap. 
Reporter— Emil Pohli. 
Bailiff— John F. Curley. 
Department 8. Judge— James M. Troutt; term ex- 
pires January, 1899. 
Clerk— R. J. Welch. 
Reporter— Harvey W. Walter. 
Bailiff— J. J. McKenna. 
Department 9. (Probate)— Judge— James V. Cof- 
fey; term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— J. B. Martin. 
Reporter— Samuel B. Sumner. 
Bailiff— J. F. Finn. 
Department 10. (Probate and Insolvency)— Judge 
—Charles W. Slack (Presiding Judge) ; term 
expires January, 1899. 
Clerk— James R. McElroy. 
Reporter— George W. Smith. 
Bailiff- Thomas Martin. 
Department 11. (Criminal)— Judge— Edward A. 
Belcher; term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— Oscar A. Tolle. 
Reporter— John J. Maginls. 
Bailiff- M. J. Sullivan. 
Department 12. (Criminal)— Judge— George H. 
Bahrs; term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk- Charles H. Fancher. 
Reporter— Henry N. Hall. 
Bailiff— Samuel Shear. 
Secretary Superior Judges— James W. Coffroth; 

salary, per annum. 

(Salaries— Judges, 84,000 per annum; Clerks, 82,100 
per annum; Bailiffs, 81,200 per annum; Re- 
porters, fees.) 
Superior Court Commissioners. 
John J. Mone. John F. Tyler. 

Ludwig M. Hoeffler. Frank W. Lawler. 

Eugene W. Levy. J. F. Pinkham. 

(Compensation— fees.) 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Presiding Justice— Frank H. Kerrigan; salary, 
82,700 per annum. 

Justice— John A. Carroll; salary. $2,400 per annum. 

Justice— Joseph E. Barry; salary, 82,400 per an- 
num. 

Justice— George W. F. Cook; salary, 82,400 per an- 
num. 

Justice— Gottlob C. Groezinger; salary, $2,400 per 
annum. 

Clerk— Edward W. Williams; salary, 82,400 per an- 
num. 

Deputy— George S. McComb; salary, 81,200 per an- 
num. 

Deputy— James J. Geary; salary, 81,200 per annum. 



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Police Telegraph Boxes. 



POLICE COURTS. 

Police Cottrt No. 1. Judge — James A. Campbell. 
Clerk— Thomas B. O'Brien. 
Prosecuting Attorney — Charles H. Forbes. 
Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— Frederick W. Jack- 



JPOLIOE CouET No. 2. Judge— Charles T. Conlan. 
Clerk— Alfred L. Morgenstern. 
Prosecuting Attorney— Edmond P. Mogan. 
Clerk Prosecuting Attorney — Edward M. Seaman. 
Reporter — Frank Vernon. 
Bailifl— George F. Kelly. 
Police Coitet No. 3. Judge— Henry L. Joachlmsen. 
" Clerk— Jacob Shaen. 
Prosecuting Attorney — John T. Dare. 
Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— Thomas F. Graham. 
Reporter — Johnson F. Gawthorne. 
Bailiff- Henry Pinkson. 
Police Couet No. 4. Judge— Charles A. Low. 
Clerk— Timothy R. Sullivan. 
Prosecuting Attorney— ■William M. Madden. 
Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— Frank E. Benjamin. 
Reporter — Hubbard F. Dunbar. 
Bailiff— John E. Clark. 
(Salaries— Police Judges, 84,000 per annum; Prose- 
cuting Attorneys, 83,000 per annum; Prosecu- 
ting Attorney's Clerks, $1,500 per annum; 
Court Clerks, 82,400 per annum; Bailiffs, 81,200 
per annum.) 

■CoUET INTEEPEETERS. 

G. Cuneo. Andrew Glover. 

Edward Hartog. Edward Newman. 

Louis Locke. (Salaries— 81,500 per annum.) 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

CoMMissiONEES— Robert J. Tobln, President; 
■William Alvord, Moses A. Gunst and the Chief of 
Police (ex officio), Henry S. Healey, Clerk. 

Chief of Police— Patrick Crowley. 

Peopeett Cleek— 'William Cullen. 

Captains of Police— Isaiah W. Lees, James W. 
Gillln, John Splllane, Henry S. Robinson, George "W. 
■Wittman and Andrew J. Dunlevy. 

Lieutenants— George W. Bennett, George Bird- 
sail, ■William F. Burke, Frederick L. Esola and 
Daniel Hannah. 

Detectives— Joseph Bee, Robert Hogan, Raymond 
M. Silvey, Benjamin F. Bohen, Gustavus D. 
Harper, Edward M. Egan, Charles J. Cody, Arnop 
Balnbrldge, Roscoe J. ■Whitaker, John F. Seymour. 
Edward L. Gibson, Charles Crockett, Thomas Dil- 
lon apd Abraham Anthony. 

Seegeants— Cornelius Martin, Michael Fitzgerald, 
James F. Moran, Mier Llndhelmer, John M. Fltz- 
glbbon, Stephen Bunner, Jesse B. Cook, Thomas D. 
McKenna, John Avan, Frederick T. Brown, Michael 
-J. Conboy, Thomas "W. Bethell, HansH. Christiansen, 
Abraham J. Houghtaling, John B. Martin, Thomas 
Mahoney, Henry H. Colby, Richard Bidwill, ■William 
Price, James H. Helms, John Duncan, Charles 
Nash, Thomas Flanders, Hugh Monaghan, Patrick 
Shea, Patrick J. Tobln, Edgar R. Harper, Robert A. 
Marshall, John 'W. Moffitt, John Mooney, Charles H. 
McDonald, Bernard McManus, Albert A. Perrln, 
Fred L. Davis, James T. Donovan, Marcellus O. 
Anderson, Christopher F. Blank, Gustavus A. ■Woll- 
weber and Cassius P. Wright. 

CoEPOEALS— Patrick S. Hagarty, John C. Ayers, 
John Burke, John Parrotte, Robert L. Cockrill, 
Henry Gleeson, John T. Green, John Heany, Harry 
C. Reynolds, George W. Russell.'Wllliam F. Gelmann 
and Michael Shanahan. 



POLICE STATIONS. 

Central New City Hall 

California 538 California 

Harbor 30 Sacramento 

Ocean View Plymouth Av nr Sagamore 

Potrero Cor Napa and Kentucky 

Seventeenth Street 207 Seventeenth 

Southern 827 Folsom 

South San Francisco 

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

Washington. .■Washington bet Polk and Van Ness Av 
Boarding Station Foot of Market 



LOCATION OF POLICE TELEGRAPH BOXES. 

CITY HALL. 

Ashbury S E cor ■Waller 27 

Broderick N "W cor Hayes 7 

Buchanan N E cor Geary 43 

Central Avenue N "W cor Geary 12 

Devisadero S ^W cor Fulton 15 

D Street N ^W cor Seventh Avenue. . 41 

Eddy S E cor Leavenworth 61 

Ellis S W cor Gough 123 

NEcorSteiner 6 

S E Taylor 52 

Fell S"W cor Gough 31 

Fillmore N "W cor Golden Gate Ave. 14 

N W cor Oak 53 

S W Halght 25 

First Avenue N "W cor Geary 54 

Falton N ■W cor Stanyan 51 

S W cor Devisadero 15 

eor Buchanan 43 

cor Central Avenue. . . 12 

N "W cor First Avenue 54 

N ■W cor Mason 26 

N E cor Scott 34 

N E cor Van Ness Avenue.. 23 

Golden Gate Avenue.. N W cor Fillmore 14 

Gough S W cor Ellis 123 

S W cor Fell 31 

S^WcorHalght 21 

S W cor McAllister 4 

Grove N E cor Van Ness Avenue. 8 

SE cor Webster 42 

Halght S W cor Fillmore 25 

S'W cor Gough 21 

S W cor Scott 17 

N E cor Stanyan 13 

Hayes N ^W cor Broderick 7 

S 'W cor Laguna 22 

N W cor Larkln 122 

Hyde N E cor O'Farrell 44 

Jones N E cor McAllister 131 

SE cor Pine 124 

S E cor Post 62 

Laguna S E cor Hayes 22 

N W cor Turk 46 

Larkin N W cor Hayes 122 

Leavenworth S E cor Eddy 61 

S E cor Sutter 32 

Lott N E cor McAllister 45 

Mason N W cor Geary 26 

NW cor Turk 24 

McAllister S W cor Gough 4 

S E cor Jones 131 

N E cor Lott 45 

N E cor Pierce 16 

Oak NW cor Fillmore 53 

S W cor Van Ness Avenue. 5 

Octavia S E cor Sutter 33 

O'Farrell N E cor Hyde 44 

Pierce NE cor McAllister 16 

Pine S E cor Jones 124 

Post S E cor Jones 62 

Scott N E cor Geary 34 

SW cor Halght 17 

Seventh Avenue N W cor D Street 41 

Stanyan N W cor Fulton 51 

N E cor Halght 13 

Steiner N E cor Ellis 6 

Sutter SE cor. Leavenworth 32 

S E cor Octavia 33 

Taylor S E cor Ellis 52 

Turk N W cor Laguna 46 

N W cor Mason 24 

Van Ness Avenue N E cor Geary 23 

NE cor Grove 8 

SW cor Oak 5 

Webster S E cor Grove 42 



SOUTHERN STATION. 
Fo Isom, bettceen Fourth and Fifth. 

Beale N W cor Bryant 14 

N W cor Harrison 15 

S W cor Howard 45 

S E cor Market 314 

Berry N E cor Fourth 332 

N W cor Sixth 54 

Brannan. .S E cor Fifth 53 

NW cor First 42 

N E cor Ninth 122 

NWcor Sixth 133 

Bryant N W cor Beale 14 

S W cor Second 13 

N W cor Seventh 134 

S Wcor Third 12 






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Eighth . . . 


N E cor Harrison 


..124 


Dolores 


N W cor Twenty-second. . 


. 48 






..142 






22.5 


Fifth 


S E cor Brannan 


.. 53 


Fifteenth 


...SEcor Guerrero 






IS w cor Harrison 


..132 




Four-Mile House 


.214 




SWcor Market 


..381 


Fourteenth 


...NEcor Howard 


. 22 






..212 




SWcor Noe 


.241 


First 


S W cor Brannan 

NE corFolsom 

NE cor Mission 


.. 42 
.. 51 
.. 24 




NEcor Nineteenth 












SEcor Twelfth 


. 23 




NEcor First 


.. 51 




S W cor Twenty-fourth. . . 


. 31 




N E cor Main 


.. 43 


Florida 


N E cor Twenty-sixth 

N E cor Twenty-sixth 


. 32 




N E cor Ninth 


..123 


. 54 




N W cor Seventh 


..125 


Guerrero 


...SWcor Eighteenth 


.225 






.. 21 




S E cor Fifteenth 


.232 




Opposite Silver 






N W cor Twenty-fourth.. 


244 




S W cor Stevenson 

S W cor Howard 


..512 
.. 32 


Howard . 


N E cor Fourteenth.. 


22 






N E cor Twenty -first 


.231 




S WcorFreelon 


..341 


Market 


...SWcor Church 


.414 






..^32 




N E cor Seventeenth 


.234 




NEcor Third 


.. 52 


Mission 


...SWcor Eleventh 


24 






.. 34 




N E cor Nineteenth 


.245 


Harrison.. 


N W cor Beale 


.. 15 




N E cor Twenty-sixth — 


.222 




NEcor Eighth 


..124 




N E cor Twenty-fouifi... 


.224 




N W cor Fifth 


..132 




North cor Twenty-n n.h.. 


.21» 








Nineteenth 


N W cor Valencia 

. . .N E cor Castro 


.221 




N W cor Spear 


.. 44 


.242 




SE cor Tenth 


..141 




NEcor Folsom 


. 5» 


Howard . . 


SWcor Beale 


.. 45 




N E cor Mission 


.245 




SWcor Eighth 


..142 


Noe 


... S W cor Fourteenth 


.241 






.. 32 






. 41 




SWcor Second 


.. 25 




N W cor Twenty-second.. 


. 52 






..152 




N W cor Twenty-fourth.. 


. 84 




SWcor Tenth 

S W cor Third 


..143 
..321 






. 33: 




Ridley 


...SE cor Valencia 


.324 


Jessie 


N W cor Second 




San Bruno Road... 


...NEcor Army 


. 35 


Main 


SWcor Mission 


.. 23 


Sanchez 


... N E cor Twenty-sixth .... 


.235 




NE corFolsom 


.. 43 


San Jose Avenue.. 


...NEcor Thirtieth 


. 45 
















SWcor Fifth 


..331 


Seventeenth 


. . .N E cor Church 


.233 




Opposite Grant Avenue .. 


. .413 




NEcor Market 


.234 




Opposite New Montgomery. 412 


Sixteenth 


...SE cor Folsom 


. 21 




S W cor Sixth 


..332 


Thirtieth 


S E cor Valencia 

. . .N E cor San Jose Avenue 






N E cor First 


.. 24 


. 45 






. .212 


Twelfth 




. 23 


Mission... 


SWcor Main 


.. 23 


Twentieth 


...SEcor Valencia 


.318 




SEcor Ninth 

NE cor Seventh 


..144 
..151 


Twenty-first.. 


. . . N E cor Howard 


.231 




Twenty-second 


. . .N W corner Alabama 


. 55 




NE corSteuart 














Twenty-fourth.... 




. 52 


Ninth 


N E cor Brannan 


..122 


...NWcor Castro 


.245 




NEcor Folsom 


..123 




N Wcor Church 


.312 






144 




S W cor Folsom 




Second... 




.. 13 


NWcor Guerrero 


.244 




S W cor Howard 


.. 25 




NEcor Mission 


.224 . 






.. 41 




N W cor Potrero Avenue. 


. 35 












.223; 






..184 
..125 


Twenty-sixth 


...NEcor Florida 


. 54 




NWcor Folsom 


. 32 




N E cor Mission 


..151 




NEcor Mission 


.222 




N W cor Townsend 


..121 






,2,35 


Sixth 


N Wcor Berry 


.. 54 


Twenty-eighth .... 


...SWcor Church 


. 44 




N W cor Brannan 


..138 


Twenty-ninth 


...North side Mission .■. 


.2n 




S W cor Harrison 


..1.31 
..152 






.221 






SE cor Sixteenth 


. 25 




SWcor Market 






SE cor Twentieth 


.3m 






.. 44 




NEcor Twenty -fifth 


.223 


Stevenson 


S W cor Fourth 


..512 












.. 21 
.. 22 


CALIFORNIA STREET STATION. 






NEcor Mission 




Townsend 


S W cor Fourth 


.. .34 




538 Califor7iia. 






N W cor Second 


.. 41 








NWcor Seventh 


..121 


Battery 


...N Wcor Bush 


.1.52 




S W cor Third 


.. 35 




SEcor Clay 


. 5 


Tenth.... 


S E cor Harrison 


..141 




S W cor Lombard 


. 21 










NWcor Pacific 

SEcor Union 


. 63 


Third 


S W cor Bryant 


.. 12 


. 71 
















SWcor Howard 


..321 




SWcor Kearny 


. 26. 




NWcor Mission 


.. 31 




NE cor Union 


. 71 




S W cor Townsend 


.. 35 


Bush 


...SWcor Battery 


.152 






SE cor Dupont 


. 6 










NWcor Montgomery.... 


. 4 


SE-'rENTEENTH STREET STATION. 






S Wcor Powell 


. 54 




Seventeenth, near Hoioard. 




Broadway 


...SEcor Front 

N E cor Montgomery Ave 


. 46 








California . 


SE cor Stockton 

. . . N E cor Montgomery 


.142 




S W cor Twenty-second. . 
NE cor San Bruno Road. 


.. 55 
.. 35 


. 36 


Army 




N E cor Sansome 


24 


Bryant.... 


N E cor Butte 


.. 42 


Clay 


...SE cor Battery 


. 5 






.. 42 
..242 




S E cor Montgomery 

N E cor Stockton 




Castro — 


N E cor Nineteenth 




. 51 






..243 






. IS 


Church ... 


S W cor Market 


..414 




...S W cor Greenwich 


. 44 




N E cor Seventeenth 


..238 




NWcor Union 


. 25 




S W cor Twenty-eighth... 


.. 44 




NE cor Washington 


. 4a 






..312 






. 6 


Courtland 


Avenue Opposite schoolhouse 


..215 


East 


. . .N E cor Sacramento 





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Eddy N W cor Powell 132 

Ellis N" E cor Stockton 12 

Francisco N W cor Powell 32 

Front S E cor Broadway IT 

N E cor Pine 62 

Grant Avenue N E cor G'Farrell 33 

Greenwich S W cor Dupont 44 

Hyde S W cor Bay 144 

Jackson S E cor Davis 13 

N E cor Sansome 72 

Kearny S W cor Bay 26 

N E cor California 16 

N W cor Market 

N"W cor Pacific 

SW cor Sutter 

Lombard S "W cor Battery 

Market N W cor Kearny 

N W cor Sansome 'i'i 

Union N W cor Dupont 25 

N W cor Powell 31 

Vallejo N W cor Mason 121 

S W cor Montgomery Ave. . 23 
Washington NE cor Dupont 43 

S E cor Mason 35 

NORTH END STATION. 
Jackson, near Polk. 

Baker S E cor Greenwich 1.35 

Broadway S W cor Laguna 144 

NWcor Hyde 121 

Broderick S E cor Clay 154 

Buchanan S W cor Washington 151 

California NE cor Central Avenue 433 

N W cor Fillmore 434 

N E cor Laguna 422 

Central Avenue NE cor California 433 

S W cor .Jackson 153 

Clay SE cor Broderick 1.54 

Devisadero S W cor Sutter 431 

Fillmore N W cor California 434 

S W cor Francisco 133 

NWcor Pacific 142 

Francisco S W cor Fillmore 133 

Franklin S E cor Pine 423 

Gough N W cor Pacific 145 

Greenwich ..S E cor Baker 135 

Harbor View 134 

Hyde N W cor Broadway 121 

N W cor California 124 

N E cor Union 51 

Jackson S W cor Central Avenue 153 

Jones N E cor Pacific 424 

Laguna S W cor Broadway 144 

N E cor California 422 

Leavenworth N E cor Vallejo 122 

S E cor Washington 123 

Octavla S W cor Union 132 

Pacific N Wcor Fillmore 142 

N E cor Jones 424 

SE cor Scott 143 

Pine S E cor Franklin 423 

Polk ..N E cor Sacramento 131 

N Ecor Sutter 125 

S W cor Union 432 

...N Ecor Polk 131 

S W cor Scott 155 

N W cor Webster 421 

. . .S E cor Pacific 123 

S W cor Sacramento 155 

...NEcor Union 141 

S W cor Washington 152 

Sutter S W cor Devisadero 431 

N W cor Fillmore 425 

N E cor Polk 125 

Union . N E cor Hyde 51 

N Wcor Octavla 132 

3 W cor Polk 432 

Vallejo NE cor Leavenworth 122 

Washington S W cor Buchanan 151 

S E cor Leavenworth 123 

S W cor Steiner 152 

Webster N" W cor Sacramento 421 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

COMMissiONBKS— George T. Bohen, President; 
Joseph S. Marshall, Frank G. Edwards, Colin M. 
Boyd and John W. McDonald. 

Sjecretakt— George F.Maxwell. 

Assistant Sbcketakt— M. L. Spinetti. 

Mbssbkgbr— D. R. Conniff. 

Enginebrs— D. T. Sullivan, Chief Engineer; 
John Dougherty, Assistant Chief Engineer; Thomas 
M. Fernandez, 2d Assistant Engineer; P. H. Shaugh- 
nessy. Assistant Engineer; Michael J. Dolan, As- 
sistant Engineer; John Wills, Assistant Engineer. 



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John McCluskey, Relief Engineer; Edward Mc- 
Klttrick, Relief Engineer; John J. Conlon, Relief 
Engineer; William D. Waters, Relief Engineer. 

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

Engine Co. No. 1— Location, Pacific, near San- 
some. James Connifl, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 2— Location, Bush, near Kearny. 
Daniel McKenzie, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 3— Location, 1315 California. 
Thomas Magner, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 4— Location, Second, near How- 
ard. Bert S. Wilson, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 5— Location, 1219 Stockton. John 
J. Mahoney, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 6 — Location, 311 Si.xth. John 
Foster, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 7 — Location, Sixteenth and Albion 
avenue. Eugene O'Connor, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 8 — Location, Pacific avenue, near 
Polk. Stephen Russell, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 9— Location, Main, near Folsom. 
Buchanan, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 10 — Location, 516 Bryant. Thomas 
McUwain, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 11 — Location, 15th avenue South 
near Railroad avenue. Philip Moholy, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 12— Location, southwest corner 
Drumm and Commercial. John Wilson, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 13 — Location, Valencia, between 
25th and 26th. William Holmes, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 14 — Location, 1017 McAllister. 
William J. Kenealey, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 15 — Location, California, near La- 
guna. Patrick Barry, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 16 — Location, Tennessee, between 
2l8t and 22d. Patrick McCormick, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. IT — Location, Mint avenue, be- 
tween Market and Mission. John Doherty, Fore- 
man. 

Engine Co. No. 18 — Location, Duncan, betweeri 
Church and Sanchez. Henry F. Horn, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 19 — Location, Waller, between Oc- 
tavla and Laguna. James Riley, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 20 — Location, Filbert, between 
Webster and Fillmore. Henry Schmidt, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 21.— Location, Oak, near Broderick. 
John Fay, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 22 — Location, Post, near Fillmore. 
John R. Mitchell, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 2.8 — Location, Washington, between 
Broderick and Baker. James Grady, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 24— Location, Douglass, near 
Twenty-first. Edward Skelly, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 25— Location, Folsom, near 
Twenty-second. James Radford, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 26— Location, Second avenue, 
between Point Lobos and Clement. James Dever, 
Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 27- Location, 613 Hermann. R. 
H. Sawyer, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 28 — Location, SW cor Francisco 
and Stockton. Joseph Keane, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 29— Location, Bryant, opposite 
Eleventh. William Byrne, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 30 — Location, Waller, bet Shra- 
der and Stanyan. Edward Lennon, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 31— Location, 1214 Pacific. Thomas 
Canty, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 32— Location, Seventeenth, bet 
Folsom and Division. Arthur Welch, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 33 — Location, Broad, near Ply- 
■ mouth avenue. R. T. Browne, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 1— Location, 22 O'Farrell. John 
R. Logan, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 2— Location, 627 Broadway. Wil- 
liam E. Kelly, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 3— Location, 1425 Market. Hugh 
Kennedy, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 4— Location, 1616 Pacific avenue. 
James W. Kentzel, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 5 — Location, Post, near Fillmore. 
Edward Kingsley, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 6— Location, Oak, near Broderick. 
Henry Tucker, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 7— Location, 2517 Folsom. William 
Carew, Foreman. 

AVater Tower Co. No. 1— Location, 104 New 
Montgomery. John J. Feeney, Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 1— Location, 142 Second. 
Thomas Mahon, Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 2— Location, 1425 Mar- 
ket. George H. Walsh, Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 3— Location, 112 
Jackson. George Bally, Engineer. 



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Isidore Gurmendez. Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 5— Location, 1804 
Stockton. Peter Wraltz, Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 6— Location, 3H Sixth. 
John Moholy, Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 7— Location, Six- 
teenth and Albion avenue. William Kllday, En- 
gineer. 

Monitor Battery No. 1— Location. 1315 Cali- 
lorula. Jeremiah F. Sweeney. Driver. 



FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELEGRAPH. 

SifPERiNTENDENT— William K. Hewitt; salary, S200 
per month. 

Chief Operator— Frank Bishop; salary, S125 per 
month. 

Opekatoks— F. E. Haskell, J. L. Murphy, J. H. 
Blakely; salaries, 8125 per month. 

Inspector— M. J. Wall; salary. sl25 per month. 

Assistant Inspector— P. S. Benjamin: salary, 
$100 per month: 

Repairer— R. J. Sweeney; salary, .«100 per month. 

Assistant Repairers— A. Schurch, Paul Boeven. 
F. A. Blederman, W. G. Pennycook; salaries, S90 per 
month. 

Foreman— Frank Koons; salary, S90 per month. 

Linemen— James Gorman, T. J. Denahey, M. Sulli- 
van, C. F. Daley, James Loney, A. Dowdell; salaries, 
S90 per month. 

Batteryman— Daniel Shay; salary, 90 per month. 



NOTICE TO KEYHOLDERS. 

Keys to be used only In case of actual necessity. 

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

Upon the discovery or positive Information of a tire 
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 g^ive an Alarm for a Burning 
Cbininey. Give an alarm for no cause whatever, 
except an actual fire. Second, Third and General 
Alarms will be turned In only by order of the Chief 
En gineeror his Assistants. 



FIRE ALARM BOXES. 

7— Kearny and Union. 

8— Montgomery Avenue and Union, 

a- Montgomery Avenue and Vallejc; 

15— Clay and East. 

IH— Paclflc and Mason. 

IT— Pacific and Kearny. 

18— Jackson and Sansome. 

19— Davis and Washington. 

21— Clay and Kearny. 

23— Clay and Taylor. 

24— Clay and Powell. 

2.5 — Dupont and Washington. 

26— Clay and Battery. 

27- Montgomery and Commercial. 

28— Pine and Dupont. 

29— California and Stockton. 

31— Halleck and Sansome. 

32— Drumm and California. 

;W— Mission and Steuart. 

35— Pine and Montgomery. 

36— Folsom and Steuart. 

37— Battery and Bush. 

38 — Market and Second. 

39— Howard and Spear. 

41— Sutter and Jones. 

42— Geary and Mason . 

43— O'Farrell and Market. 

45— O'Farrell and Jones. 

46— Kearny and Sutter. 

47— Market and Powell. 

48— Market and Kearny. 

49— Stockton and Sutter. 

51— Folsom and Beale. 

.52 — Howard and Fremont. 

53— King and Third. 

.54 — Second near Howard. 

56— Bryant and Rlncon Place. 

57— Brannan and Second. 

58— Folsom and First. 

59— Brannan and First. 



61— Howard and Third. 

62— Mission and Fourth. 

63— Harrison and Fourth. 

64— Howard and Fifth. 

65— Mission and Sixth. 

67 — Harrison and Hawthorne. 

68— Brannan and Fourth. 

69- Bryant and Third. 

71— Mission and Eleventh. 

72— Mission and Thirteenth. 

73— Howard and Eighth. 

74— Sixteenth and Guerrero. 

75— Jones and McAllister. 

76— Market and Hayes. 

78— Folsom and Ninth. 

79— Folsom and Twelfth. 

81— Franklin and Hayes. 

82— Fulton and Gough. 

83— Octavla and Oak. 

84— Market opposite Halght. 

85— Laguna and Hayes. 

86— Market and Van Ness Avenue. 

87- Hayes and Stelner. 

91— Hyde and Turk. 

92— Franklin and Turk. 

93— Turk and Jones. 

94— Polk and Ellis. 

9.5— Taylor and Golden Gate Avenue. 

96— Ellis and Taylor. 

97— Polk and McAllister. 

98— Stockton and Ellis. 
123— Hyde and Union. 
124— North Point and Larkln. 
125- Jones and Filbert. 
126— Hyde and Washington. 
127— Broadway and Polk. 
128— Clay and Leavenworth. 
129— Pacific and Leavenworth. 
132— Pine and Mason. 
134— Bush and Hyde. 
135— Bush and Polk. 
136— Post and Van Ness Avenue. 
137— Post and Larkln. 
138— California and Larkln. 
l;^9— O'Farrell and Hyde. 
142— Valencia and Twentieth. 
143— Mission and Twenty-second. 
14.5 — Folsom and Twenty-second. 
146— Folsom and Sixteenth. 
147— Howard and Twentieth. 
148— Mission and Sixteenth. 
149— Folsom and Eighteenth. 
152— Brannan and Eighth. 
153— Harrison and Seventh. 
154— Bryant and Sixth. 
15b — Fourth and Berry. 
157— Folsom and Fourth. 
158— Folsom and Fifth. 
159— Folsom and Sixth. 
162 — Pacific Avenue and Franklin. 
163— Sacramento and Franklin. 
164— Clay and Polk. 
165 — Lombard and Van Ness Avenue. 
172— McAllister and Buchanan. 
173— Ellis and Buchanan. 
174— Turk and Fillmore. 
175— Webster and Grove. 
176— Post and Octavla. 
178— Buchanan and Geary. 
179— O'Farrell and Gough. 
182— Townsend and Sixth. 
183— Mission and Eighth. 
184— Folsom and Rausch. 
185— Harrison and Tenth. 
186— Fifth and Bryant. 
187— Bryant and Ninth. 
192— Mason and Francisco. 
193— Hyde and Chestnut. 
194— Stockton and Francisco. 
195— Mason and Lombard. 
196— Stockton ftnd Greenwich. 
213— Bush and Buchanan. 
214— Bush and Stelner. 
215— Washington and Webster. 
216— Sacramento and Fillmore. 
217— Bush and Devlsadero. 
218— Post and Fillmore. 
219— Filbert and Fillmore. 
231— Howard and Twenty-fourth. 
234— Harrison and Twenty-fourth. 
235— Potrero Avenue and Twenty-secoiid. 
236— Mission and Twenty-sixth. 
237— Dolores and Twenty-second. 
238— Potrero Avenue and Seventeenth. 
239 — Butte and Bryant. 
241— Bush and Gough. 
243— Scott and Clav. 



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245— Steiner and Geary. 

246 — Geary and Devlsadero. 

247— Turk and Scott. 

248— Fulton and Devlsadero. 

249— McAllister and Central Avenue. 

251— Broadway and Octavia. 

253— Union and Laguna. 

254— Pierce and Union. 

255— Vallejo and Buchanan. 

^56— Fillmore and Pacific. 

257— Fillmore and Chestnut. 

258 — Pacific Avenue and Pierce. 

■259 — Bay and Buchanan. 

261— Mission and First. 

263— Main and Bryant. 

264— California and Front. 

265— Main and Mission. 

267— Market and Beale. 

271— Church and Seventeenth. 

273— Hartford and Eighteenth. 

274— Guerrero and Twenty-fourth. 

275— Church and Twenty-fourth. 

276— Valencia and Eighteenth. 

278— Castro and Twenty-fourth. 

279— Mission and Nineteenth. 

281— San Bruno Road and Army. 

283— Church and Twenty-eighth. 

284— Mission and Twenty-ninth. 

285— Florida and Twenty-fifth. 

286— York and Twenty-fourth. 

287— Sanchez and Twenty-ninth. 

289— Folsom and Prelcita Avenue. 

291— Jones and Vallejo. 

293— Jackson and Stockton. 

294— Sacramento and Waverly Place. 

295— Stockton and Broadway. 

296— California and Kearny. 

512— Jackson and Laguna. 

314— California and Laguna. 

315— Jackson and Baker. 

321— Pierce and California. 

324— Sacramento and Broderick. 

325— California and Central Avenue. 

326— Sutter and Baker. 

327— Point Lobos Avenue and Boyce. 

328— Point Lobos Avenue and Wood. 

341— Ellis and Pierce. 

342— Golden Gate Avenue and Octavia. 

344— McAllister and Pierce. 

345— Hayes and Central Avenue. 

351— Montgomery and Broadway. 

352— North Point and Kearny. 

3.54— Front and Broadway. 

355— Battery and Union. 

356— Sansome and Greenwich. 

357— Montgomery and Green. 

361— Thirteenth and Guerrero. 

362-Noe and Fifteenth. 

364 — Howard and Fourteenth. 

3B5— Division and Alameda. 

367— Douglass and Eighteenth. 

368— Market and Fourteenth. 

371— Sutter and Mason. 

372— Post and Leavenworth. 

374 — Pine and Jones. 

381 — Haight and Buchanan. 

382— Fillmore and "Waller. 

384— "Webster and Oak. 

385— Haight and Scott. 

386— Oak and Devlsadero. 

387— Hayes and Broderick. 

389— South Broderick and Thirteenth. 

391— Ashbury and Frederick. 

392 — Page and Central Avenue. 

394— Page and Cole. 

395— Haight and Stanyan. 

396 — Stanyan and Parnassus Avenue. 

412— Point Lobos and Third Avenues. 

413 — Clement and Seventh Avenue. 

415— Clement and Twelfth Avenue. 

416— Fulton and First Avenue. 

417— Fulton and Eighth Avenue. 

418— B Street and Fifth Avenue. 

419— California and Fourth Avenue. 

425 — Baker and Lombard. 

426— Baker and Jefferson. 

431— Cherry and Sacramento. 

432— "Washington and "Walnut Avenue. 

435— "Washington and Maple. 

451 — Mission and Highland Avenue. 

452 — North and Cortland Avenues. 

453— Sanchez and Twenty-sixth. 

455— Twenty-fourth and Douglass 

456— Noe and Twenty-first. 

457— Church and Twenty-first. 

458— Guerrero and Twenty-seventh. 

461— Bryant and Twenty-flrst. 



47.5— Eighth Avenue and I. 

48.5— Point Lobos and Twenty-second Avenues. 

512— Kentucky and Merrimac. 

513— Kentucky and Nineteenth. 

514— Twentieth and Georgia. 

516— Georgia and Twenty-second. 

517 — Kentucky and Twenty-second. 

518— Twentieth and Connecticut. 

519 — Eighteenth and Mississippi. 

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 P. 

538— Eleventh Avenue South and Q. 

.541— San Bruno and Fifteenth Avenue South. 

.546 — San Bruno Avenue and Silver. 



FIRE PATROL. 

Established May, 1875. John F. O. Comstock Super- 
intendent. 

Station No. 1— Location, 106-108 Jessie. John F. 
O. Comstock, Captain; Christopher Lee, Lieutenant: 
F>ank James, Sergeant; A. D. Yost, Robert Ripley, 
Samuel F. Bentler, Fred Simons, A. Martlen, John 
Sawyer, Charles R. Magile, privates. 

Auxiliary Foece— James F. Stitt, William C. 
Horn, Stephen Kerrlsonand Robert Lockyer. 

FIRE UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC. 

Meets third Tuesdays in February, May, August 
and November, at their rooms, 303 California. The 
object Is the mutual Improvement of methods and 
practices In underwriting. Officers- Herbert Fol- 
ger. President; R. "W. Osborn, Vice-President; Louis 
"Welnmann, Secretary and Treasurer. Executive 
Committee— F. J. Devlin, R. "W. Osborn, "Whitney 
Palache. 



ART SOCIETIES. 

Art Association, The Sax Francisco— Organ- 
ized March 28, 1871. Incorporated July 30, 1889, as 
The San Francisco Art Association. Objects— The 
promotion of painting, sculpture, and fine arts akin 
thereto; the diffusion of a cultivated taste for art In 
the community at large, and the establishment of an 
academy or school of design. Membership in thi.s 
society, which has now about four hundred contribu- 
ting, one hundred and fifty life, and twelve honorary 
members. Is open to all lovers of art. Regular mem- 
bers' meetings held on the fourth Tuesday of March, 
June, September and December, in the rooms of the 
society, Mark Hopkins Institute of Art, southeast 
corner California and Mason streets. Annual election 
of officers last Tuesday In March of each year. 

Officers- Horace G. Piatt, President; Edward 
Bosqui and L. P. Latimer, Vice-Presidents; William 
G. Stafford, Secretary; J. R.Martin, Assistant Secre- 
tary; Louis Sloss, Jr., Treasurer. 

The school of design connected with the Associa- 
tion was organized December 31, 1873. The school 
has ninety pupils. Its affairs are managed by a com- 
mittee of members of the Art Association. R. D. 
Yelland, Arthur F. Mathews, Amedee Joullin, John 
.\. Stanton and Douglas Fllden, teachers; J.R.Mar- 
tin, Secretary. 

BANKS. 

SAN FRANCISCO CLEARING HOUSE. 

Thomas Brown, President; H. "Wadsworth, Vice- 
President; John D. McKee, Secretary; Charles 
Sleeper, Manager; J. T. Burke, Assistant Manager, 
211 Sansome. 

CLEARING HOUSE COMMITTEE. 

Thomas Brown, Cashier Bank of California; Ign. 
Steinhart, Manager Anglo-Callfornlan 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 San 
Francisco. Incorporated December 7, 1887; Mills 
building, corner Montgomery and Bush streets; Ed- 
win Fretwell, President; James J. Fagan. Cashier. 
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amount paid in coin, S426,800; total number of shari-s 
of stock Issued, 4,268; amount paid on each share of 
stock, «100. Directors— Edwin Fretwell, M. E. Mar- 
shall, David Kerr, James H. Garrett, 0. D. Baldwin, 
James Gamble. 

Anglo-Califoknian Bank, Limited (San Fran- 
cisco branch). Incorporated April 5, 1873; northeast 
corner Sansome and Pine streets; I. Stelnhart and P 
N. Lillenthal, 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 Seligman, C. H. 
Lushington, J. S. Montefiore, Hon. H. H. Fowler and 
I.Simon. 

Bank of British Columbia (San Francisco 
Branch). Incorporated by royal charter, 1862; south- 
east corner Bush and Sansome streets; W.Powell, 
Manager; Capital, $3,000,000. 

Bank of British North America. Incorporated 
by royal charter, 1840; 124 Sansome street; H. M. 
J. McMlchael, agent; J. R. Ambrose, agent. Capital 
stock, $4,866,500 ; amount subscribed, 84,866,500 ; 
amount paid in coin, $4,866,500 ; total number of 
shares of stock Issued, 20,000; the amount paid on 
each share of stock, $243.33. Directors— J. H. Brodie, 
J. J. Cater, G. Farrer, H. K. Farrer, R. H. Glyn, E. A. 
Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Kingsford, F. Lub- 
bock, G. D. Whatman. 

Bank of California. Incorporated June, 1864; 
northwest corner California and Sansome streets; 
AVllllam 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, Antoine Borel. Adam Grant, A. K. P. Har- 
mon, H. H. Hewlett, M. Lewis, George Whittell, 
Charles R. Bishop, Edward W.Hopkins, Jacob Stern. 

Bank of Commerce. Incorporated May 24, 1895; 
southeast corner Market and Fourth (Flood build- 
ing); H. F.Emeric, President; C S. Benedict, Vice- 
President; Wm. C. Murdoch, Cashier; Capital stock. 
$250,000. Directors— Wendell Easton, Thomas W. 
in coin H. F. Emeric, C. S. Benedict, Wm. C. Mur- 
dock. 

California Safe Deposit and Trust Coji- 
PANY. Organized April 24, 1882; corner California 
and Montgomery streets; J. D. Fry, President; J. 
Dalzell Brown, Secretary and Treasurer. Capital 
stock, $2,000,000 ; amount subscribed, $2,000,000; 
amount paid in coin, $1,000,000; total number of 
shares of stock issued, 20,000; amount paid on each 
share of stock, $50. Directors— J. D. Fry, R. D. Fry, 
Jacob C. Johnson, A. D. Sharon, James Treadwell, 
K. B. Wallace, I. G. Wickersham, Henry Williams. 
Henry F.Fortmann, J. Dalzell Brown. 

California Savings and Loan Society (in 
liquidation). David Farquharson, President; Vernon 
Campbell, Secretary; 1-2 Mills building, 9th floor. 

Columbia Banking Company. Incorporated 
March 10, 1893; Mills building, 236 Bush street; I. J. 
Truman, President ; C. O. Perry, Cashier. Capital 
stock, $1,000,000; amount subscribed, $204,200; amount 
paid In coin, $61,360; total number of shares of stock 
issued, 1,830; amount paid on each share of stock, $30 
on 2,037 shares, and .«50 on five shares. Directors— 
I. J. Truman, W. S. Miller. C. O. Perry, J. 0. Currier, 
John Coop, N. C. Hawks, F. J. Turpin. 

Columbus Savings and Loan Society. Incorpo- 
rated January 18, 1893; 614 Washington street; J. F. 
Fugazi, President; F. N. Belgrano, Cashier; A. A. 
Micheletti, Assistant Cashier. Directors— J. F. Fu- 
gazi, Joseph Cuneo, Giacomo Costa, I. W. Hellman, 
E. C. Palmier!, George G. Caglieri, F. Arata, G. 
Bacigalupi, Antonio Chichizola. 

CoMPTOiR National d'Escompte de Paris. 
Capital, Fes. 100,000,000.00 ($20,000,000.00); Reserves, 
Fes. 7,707,688.95 ($1,541,537.79). Chairman, Mr. Denor- 
mandle, late governor of the Bank of France; Gen- 
eral 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. A. Phil- 
lips, Acting Manager. 

Crocker-Woolworth National Bank. Organ- 
ized August 31, 1886; junction Montgomery, Post 
and Market streets; William H. Crocker. Pre'sident; 
G. W. Kline, Cashier. Capital stock. $1,000,000; 
amount subscribed, $1,000,000; total amount actually 
paid in coin by stockholders for capital stock, $1,000,- 
000; total number of shares of stock issued, 10,000; 



amount paid on each share of stock, $100. Directors — 
William H. Crocker, W. E. Brown, C. F. Crocker, E^ 

B. Pond. G. W. Kline, G. W. Scott, Henry J. Crocker, 
Donohoe-Kelly Banking Company. Incorpo- 
rated March 1, 1891; northeast cor. Montgomery and 
Sutter streets; Adam Grant, President; J. A. Douo- 
hoe, Vice-President; James A. Thompson, Cashier^ 
Edward Donohoe, Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, 
$650,000; amount subscribed, $650,000; amount paid, 
in coin, $650,000; total number of shares of stock 
Issued, 6,500; amount paid on each share of stock, 
$100. Directors— Adam Grant, J. A. Donohoe, Eu- 
gene Kelly, John J. McKinnon, Irving M. Scott, 
John Bermingham, George Whittell, Howard Havens, 
Edward Donohoe, C. de Gulgne. 

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; amount subscribed, 
$1,500,000; total amount paid In coin by stockholders- 
for capital stock, $1,500,000; total number of shares of 
stock issued, 15,000; amount paid on each share of 
stock, $100. Directors— S. G. Murphy, James Moffitt, 
George A. Low, George C. Perkins, James D. Phelan, 
Thomas Jennings, N. Van Bergen, J. Downey Har- 
vey, John A. Hooper. 

French Savings and Loan Society (La Soci6t6= 
FrauQaise d'Epargnes et de Prevoyance Mutuelle). 
Reincorporated March 10, 1879; 534 California street; 
E. J. LeBreton, President; Lucien Brand. Secretary. 
Capital stock, $.300,000; amount subscribed, .$300,000; 
amount paid In coin, $300,000; total number of shares- 
of stock Issued, 6,000; amount paid on each share of 
stock, $50. Directors — E. J. LeBreton, M. A. de Lave- 
aga, A. Schneider, Paul Fleury, J. C. Sala. 

German Savings and Loan Society. Incorpor- 
ated February 10, 1868; 526 California street; B. A. 
Becker, President; A. H. R. Schmidt, Cashier. Capi- 
tal stock, 81,200,000; 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— Edward Kruse, B. A. 
Decker, George H. Eggers, O. Schoemann. A. C. 
Heineken, H. Horstmann, H. L. Simon. Ign. Stelnhart, 
Daniel Meyer. 

Grangers Bank of California (in liquidation). 
300 California street; H. M. La Rue, President; Aug. 
Muenter, Cashier. 

HiBERNiA Savings and Loan Society. Incor- 
porated April 12, 1859; reincorporated August 20, 
1864; northwest corner McAllister and Jones streets; 
James R. Kelly, President; Robert J. Tobin, Secre- 
tary. Directors— R. J. Tobin, James R. Kelly, Al- 
fred Tobin, J. J. O'Brien, Henry Doyle, Richard M. 
Tobin, Charles Mayo, Joseph S. Tobin. 

Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpora- 
tion. Capital paid up, 810,000,000; reserve funds, 
85,250,000; reserve liability of shareholders, $10,000,- 
000. San Francisco Agency, 401 Jlontgomery street. 
W. H. Harries, Agent. 

Humboldt Savings and Loan Society. Incor- 
porated November 24, 1869; 18 Geary street; Adolph 

C. Weber, President; Ernest Brand, Secretary. Capi- 
tal stock, 8300,000; amount subscribed, 8300,000; 
amount paid In coin, $300,000; total number of shares 
of stock Issued, 300; amount paid on each share of 
stock, 81,000. Directors— Adolph C. Weber, W. J. 
Lowry, W. S. Keyes, I. Kohn, George C. Luchslnger. 

London and San Francisco Bank (Limited), 
Established 1865; reincorporated September 13, 1880; 
424 California street; Arthur Scrivener, Manager; 
William Steel. Assistant Manager. 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— George 
William Campbell, Henry Goschen, Charles Hemery, 
William Newbold, Robert Davie Peebles, Robert 
Ryrle, Norman Dunning Rideout. 

London, Paris, and American Bank (Limited), 
Incorporated January 9, 1884; northeast corner San- 
some and Sutter streets ; Slg. Greenebaum, Manager; 
C. Altschul, Assistant Manager. Capital stock, 82,.50O- 
000; amount subscribed, $2,500,000; amount paid la 
coin, §2,000,000; total number of shares of stock, 
issued, 25,000; amount paid on each share of stock, 
$80. Directors — W. Paterson, Simon Lazard, D. Cahn, 
Max Rosenhain, John H. Gwyther. 

Market Street Bank. Incorporated 1891; t 
Powell street; S. C.Llllis, President; W.S.Hopkins, 
Cashier. Capital paid up, 850,000. Directors— M. D, 
Levy, W. S. Hopkins, Isaac Poly, W. Samuel, S. C. 
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Mutual Savings Baxk of San Francisco. In- 
corporated November 21, 1889; 33 Post street; James 
b. Phelan, President; Geo. A. Story, Cashier. Capi- 
tal stock, 81,000,000; amount subscribed, S1,000.- 
000; amount paid in coin, 8300,000; total number of 
shares of stock issued, 10.000; amount paid on each 
share of stock, 8.30. Directors — James D. Phelan, 
James Moffitt, John A. Hooper, C. G. Hooker, S. G. 
Murphy, F. J. Sullivan, L. P. Drexler, Robert Mc- 
Elroy, Jos. D. Grant. 

Nevada Bank of San Feancisco. Incorporated 
October, 1875; northwest corner Montgomery and 
Pine streets; I. W. Hellman, President; B. B.David- 
son, Cashier. Capital stock, 83,000,000; amount sub- 
.scrlbed, 83,000,000; amount paid in coin, 83,000,000; 
total number of shares of stock issued, 300.000; 
amount paid on each share of stock, 8100. Directors 
— 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, D. X. Walter. 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank (In liquidation). In- 
corporated October 13, 1866; 240 Montgomery street. 
A. W. Scott, President; James Benson. Cashier. 
Directors— Martin Heller, H. J. Tllden, Daniel Hicks, 
Charles Montgomery, A. W. Scott, L. B. Sonnenberg. 
Louis Zeh. 

Pacific Bank fin liquidation). 530 California 
street, room 5 ; J. M. McDonald, President ; J. E. Far- 
num. Secretary. Directors— James M. McDonald, P. 
R. Mabury, Uriah Wood, J. J. Bowen, H. G. Meyer. 
J. L. Cogswell, C. F. Lott, J. O. Jephson. 

People's Home Savings Bank (in liquidation). 
24 Mills building, tenth floor; George Stone, Presi- 
dent; George F. Davidson, Vice-President: John F. 
Sheehan, Secretary. 

San Francisco Savings Union. Incorporated 
June 18, 1862; 532 California street; Albert Miller. 
President; E. B. Pond, Vice-President; Lovell 
White, Cashier. Capital stock, 81,000,000, paid up; 
Directors— Albert Miller, George W. Beaver, George 
C. Boardman, Robert Watt. W. C. B. de Fremery, Dan- 
iel E. Martin, Thomas Magee, Phil Barth, E. B. Pond. 
Sather Banking Company. Incorporated March 
24, 1887; southeast corner Pine and Sansome streets: 
James K. Wilson, President; C. F. A. Talbot. 
Vice-President; L. I. Cowgill, Cashier. Capital 
stock, 81,2.50,000; amount subscribed, 81,250,000: 
amount paid In coin, 81,000,000; total number of 
shares of stock Issued, 10.000; amount paid on each 
share of stock, 8100. Directors— C. F. A. Talbot, 
William P. Johnson, Albert Miller, F. W. Sumner. 
James K. Wilson, C. S. Benedict, Charles Main. 

Savings and Loan Society. Incorporated July 
23,1857; 101 Montgomery street; Samuel C. Blge- 
low, President; Cyrus W. Carmany, Cashier. Cap- 
ital stock, 81,000,000; amount subscribed, 81.000,000; 
amount paid In coin, 8750,000; total number of shares 
of stock Issued, 10,000; amount paid on each share of 
stock, 875. Directors— S. C. Blgelow, Isaac Hyde. 
Horace Davis, Arthur A. Smith, A. N. Drown, F. H. 
Woods, Geo. E. Goodman, E. C. Burr, W. E. Davis. 
Security Savings Bank. Incorporated March 
2, 1871; 222 Montgomery street; Orvllle D. Bald- 
win, President; Winfield S. Jones. Vice-Presi- 
dent; S. L. Abbott, Jr., Secretary. Capital stock. 
8300,000; amount subscribed, 8300,000; amount paid 
In coin, 8300,000; total number of shares of stock 
Issued, 1,200; amount paid on each share of 
stock, 8250. Directors- William Alvord, William 
Babcock, Adam Grant, Winfield S. Jones, A. K. P. 
Harmon, H. H. Hewlett, O. D. Baldwin. 

Tallant Banking Company. Incorporated July 2S, 
1891 ; northeast corner California and Battery streets ; 
John D. Tallant, President; Frederick W. Tallant, 
Vice-President; John Dempster McKee, Cashier, 
Capital stock, 81,000,000; amount subscribed, 8500.000; 
amount paid in coin, 8500,000; total number of shares 
of stock issued, 5,000; amount paid on each share of 
stock, 8100. Directors— John D. Tallant, Frederick W. 
Tallant, Elizabeth Tallant, John Dempster McKee. 
Klrkham Wright, Austin C. Tubbs. 

Union Trust Company of San Francisco. In- 
corporated February 6, 1893; junction Montgomery. 
Post and Market streets; Isalas W. Hellman, Pres'i- 
dent; I. W. Hellman Jr., Secretary and Cashier. 
Capital stock, 81,230,000; amount subscribed, 81,150- 
000; amount paid In coin, 8750,000; total number of 
shares of stock Issued, 1,150; amount paid on each 
share of stock, 8600. Directors— Isalas W. Hellman, 
Chr. De Guigne, Lewis Gerstle, H. F. Allen. J. L. 
Flood, H. L. Dodge, George T. Marye, Jr., Robert 
Watt, John D. Spreckels, Timothy Hopkins, Antoine 
Borel. 



Wells, Fargo & Company's Bank. Incorpor- 
ated February 5, 1866; corner Market and Sansome 
streets; John J. Valentine, President; H. Wads- 
worth. Cashier. Capital stock, 88.000,000; amount 
subscribed, 88,000,000; amount paid In coin, 8500,000: 
total number of shares of stock issued, 80,000: sur- 
plus, 85,750,000. Directors— Chas. F. Crocker, Ben- 
jamin P. Cheney, Oliver Eldridge. Dudley Evans. 
Geo. E. Gray, Henry E. Huntington, Homer S. 
King, John J. McCook, John J. Valentine. 

Yokohama Specie Bank. 515 Montgomery. 



BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONS. 

Austrian Military and Benevolent Associa- 
tion. Meets second and fourth Wednesday of each 
month. Drill first and third Wednesday each month 
at 35 Eddy street. Officers- A. N. Batchia, Presi- 
dent; N. Martula, Vice-President: S. Raicevlch, 
Recording Secretary; George Mastahinich, Financial 
Secretary; B. M. Burin, Treasurer. 

Belgian Mutual Relief Society (Society Beige 
de Secouro Mutuels). Organized 1883. Membership 
about 100. Meets second and fourth Fridays of each 
month at 320 Post street. William Van Goethem, 
President; Victor David. Vice-President; Ern. Nev- 
raumont. Recording Secretary; M. Lorentz, Finan- 
cial Secretary; B. Pos, Treasurer. 

Berlins, The. Organized September 16, 1890; In- 
corporated 1891. Objects — To promote social Inter- 
course among Its members and to aid sick or disabled 
members. Officers— Frank L. Noriega, President; 
J. J. Crowe, Vice-President; J. F. McGeough. Finan- 
cial Secretary; E. D. Roach, Secretary: D. J. Shee- 
han, Treasurer. 

Cambrian Aid Society. Meets second Monday 
of each month at 1133 Mission street. Object — Mu- 
tual beneficial purposes. Prof. Thomas Price, Presi- 
dent; John Edward, Secretary. 

Chebra Achim Rachmonim Association. 
Meets first Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 
Eddy street. Object— Benevolence in case of sick- 
ness and death. Charles Grosslicht, Secretary, 436 
Natoma street. 

Chebra Benai Tisrael Society. Meets the 
third Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy 
street. Object— Benevolence in case of sickness and 
death. M. Ellas, Secretary, 422 Third street. 

Chebra Biker Cholim Society. Meets the first 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 
Object— Benevolence in case of sickness and death. 
M. Plnlas. President; A. N. Levy, Secretary, 517 
Kearny street. 

Chebra B'rith Shalom Society. A Jewish so- 
ciety, established 35 years ago, with a membership of 
ninety. Meetings are held the first Sunday of each 
month In Shiels' building, 32 O'Farrell street. Ob- 
jeot— To aid its members In sickness and distress. 
H. Jacobs, President; M. Lewis, Treasurer; S. 
Meyer, Secretary, 224 SI.\th street. 

Chebra Ohavai Sholem Society. Meets at 121 
Eddy street every second Sunday in each month. 
Edward Leopold, President; Julius Israelsky, Secre- 
tary, 840 McAllister street. 

Chebra Ohaboth Zion Society. Meets the third 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 
Object — Benevolence in case of sickness and death. 
Morris Levy. President: Jacob Gans, Secretary. 

Chevba Shaare Refooah. Regular meetings 
second and fourth Sunday of each month at 120 
O'Farrell street. S. Schwartz, President; D. Lande. 
Secretary. 

Congregation Beth Menahim Streisand. 
Minna street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. 
T. Baer, President; D. Lande, Secretary. 

Danish Society (Dania). Branch No. 2 meets 
every Thursday evening at 903 Market street. 

Exempt Fire Company. Organized under an 
Act of the Legislature, approved March 14, 1872. 
Objects — Social Intercourse and mutual benefit. 
Meetings held on the third Monday of each month 
at the hall of the company, 9 Brenham place. Offi- 
cers— George J. Bohen, President; A. J. Jessup, 
Vice-President; John J. Gullfoyle, Secretary; 
James W. Kentzel, Treasurer. 

Exempt Relief Fund. Joseph Figel, President; 
James O'Donnell, Secretary, 9 Brenham place. 



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First Hbbkew Ladies Mutual Benefit Asso- 
ciation. Organized, 1864. Number of members, 
one hundred and seventy-five. Objects— To aid its 
members In sickness and distress, and to bury the 
dead. Meets first Sunday of every month at 121 Eddy 
street. M. Marks, President; I. Baer, Treasurer; 
S. Meyer, Secretary, 224 Sixth street. 

FiSHEKMAN'S BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION. MSBtS 

at 808 Montgomery street oh the first Saturday eve- 
ning of each month. 

French Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 318 
Post street. They give free-treatment in cases of 
sickness, either at home or at the French Hospital. 
S. Weill, President. 

Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society. Meets second 
Thursday of each month at Garibaldi Hall, 423 Broad- 
way. F. Zelro, President: F. Grata, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; P. Simi, Second Vice-President; F. Lucchetti, 
Treasurer; 6. Ertola, Secretary. 

Har Harmorigh Lodge, No. 3, O. K. L. B. Meets 
in B. B. Hall second and fourth Sundays of each 
month. L. Solomon, President; A. N. Levy, Secre- 
tary. 

Hungarian Social and Mutual Aid Society of 
Pacific Coast. Meets nrst and third Sunday eve- 
nings of each month in Alcazar Building. Object- 
Beneficial. 

Improved Order of Red Men Endowment Fund 
Association. Organized September 8, 1881. Fred- 
erick Brandt, President; A. Jackson, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Henry A. Chase, Secretary; H. H. Cole, 
Treasurer. Meets first Tuesday evening in each 
month at 320 Post street. 

Improved Order of Red Men Relief and 
Burial Association. H. S. Winn, President; H. A. 
Chase, Secretary; William J. Smith. Treasurer. 
Annual meeting first Monday in January. 320 Post 
street. 

Italian Bersaglieri Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety. Meets at Bersaglieri Hall, 1525 Stockton 
street, second Thursday of each month. Number 
of members, five hundred. 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
second Monday In each month at Pioneer Hall, 808 
Montgomery street. Established for the purpose of 
affording assistance to sick members. J. C. Sala, 
President; 6. laccheri, Vice-President; V. Ra- 
venna, Treasurer; B. Moron, Secretary, P. O. Box 
1848, r. Alameda. 

Italian Reali Carabinieri Mutual Aid So- 
ciety. Socleta dl Mutuo Soccorso delia Compagnia 
Reali Carabinieri Itallani. Organized October 22, 1889; 
incorporated June 17, 1892. Trustees' meeting, first 
Tuesday of each month. General meeting, second 
Tuesday of each month, at Garibaldi Hall, 423 Broad- 
way; G. M. Postiglione, President, 107 Sutter street; 
A. Babbino and V. Fusco, Vice-Presidents; M. G. 
Tonini, Treasurer, 4 Montgomery avenue; G. Magli- 
ano. Collector, 1224 Dupont street; Thomas Maino, 
Secretary, 1219 Market street. 

Italian Sharpshooters op the Alps. Armory, 
1826 Powell street. Number of members, 200. 
Twenty military members. 

Journeymen Butchers' Protective and Be- 
nevolent Association of the Pacific Coast. 
Meets at 909i^ Market street every Thursday night. 
Pay benefits in case of sickness and protect the wid- 
dows and orphans. Fred Muenz, President; Joseph 
Lyons, Vice-President; Ben Davis, Recording Secre- 
tary. 1627 Polk street. 

Juarez Guard Mutual and Benevolent So- 
ciety. Organized October 17, 1871. Object— To aid 
its sick members, both military and civil. Meets at 
Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific street, second Thursday of 
each month. Abelino Tejeda, President; O. M. 
Goldaracena, Treasurer; A. Montero, Secretary; 
Dr. E. E. Mervy, Physician; A. de la Torre, Sr., 
Captam. 

Lafayette Guard Society. Meets at 620 Bush 
street on first and third Fridays of each month. 
Object— Mutual benefit to members. Pierre Bigue 
President; F. Boyer, Treasurer; Camille Valentini! 
Secretary. 

Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society. Object 
—Benevolence ; members, 134. Organized January 
7, 18S7. Meets last Sunday of each month. Secre- 
tary's office, 17 Moss street. Officers— Frank L Nori- 
ega, President; E.E.Scialiero, Vice-President; Emile 
Prahl, Secretary; Anton J. Coeiho, Recording Secre- 
tary; JohnL. Noriega, Treasurer. 



Marine Engineers' Association, No. 35. Organ- 
ized in August, 1882. Number of members, 620. It is a 
subordinate branch of the National Marine Engineers' 
Beneficial Association, with branches in nearly every 
maritime port in the United States, numbering over 
100. Meetings held every Tuesday at 9 Mission street. 
This Association has also a library and reading room 
at 9 Mission street, convenient to the wharves. 
Officers— George R. Kingsland, President; Frank 
Bragg, Business Manager and Secretary, 9 Mission 
street. 

National Association Letter Carriers of 
America. Golden Gate Branch, 214. J.J.Brown, 
Secretary. Meets second Saturday of each month 
in Judge Cook's court room. New City Hall. 

National Association Post Office Clerks. 
Branch 30. E. J. Barton, Secretary. 

National Association of Stationary Engi- 
neers. Organized February 22, 1883. San Francisco. 
No. 1, of California. Educational and beneficial. 
Meets every Thursday evening at 102 O'Farrell 
street. C. P. Bockius, President; J. A. Grenzin, Sec- 
retary, residence 228 Twelfth Street. 

National Reserve Association. A fraternal 
order, incorporated May 8, 1891, at Kansas City, Mo. 
San Francisco Lodge, No. 57. Meets first Saturday 
night of each month in Oriental Hall, 120 O'Farrell 
street. Mrs. Z. Hawkes. President: H. G. Watrous, 
Secretary; C. W. Coffin, treasurer, 227 Clipper street. 

Nord-Deutscher Verein. Incorporated Febru- 
ary 1, 1876. Object— Mutual benevolence in case of 
sickness or death. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays 
at .33 Eddy street. Number of members, 359. Board 
of Directors is elected every second Tuesday in 
January, for the term of one year. Officers-Au- 
gust Meyer, President; Carl Moller, Secretary; Wil- 
liam Muller, Financial Secretary. 

Order of Scottish Clans (a social and benevo- 
lent society and fraternal mutual aid organization). 
One clan has been organized in this city. Clan Fraser 
No. 78, instituted November 18, 1890. Meets on the 
first and third Thursday evenings of each month In 
Eastern Hall, Shiels' building, 32 O'Farrell street. 
Edward Kerr, Chief; William Cormack, Secretary; 
Deputy Royal Chief for California, M. L. Crowe, 136 
Hancock street. 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' Associa- 
tion. Incorporated July 13, 1891. Meets at the 
Grand Hotel on the last Saturday of each month. 
Objects— Social Intercourse and mutual benefit. 
Officers— S. Moseley Woods, President ; J. C. Eubanks, 
Vice-President; A. C. Boideman, Secretary and 
Treasurer. Director.?- B. B. Galland, W. F. Peter- 
son, A. F. Wheaton, Ben Schloss, Julius Phillips, J. 

B. Treadwell, J. A. Wilson, A. W. Weil. 

Polish Society of California. Organized Jan- 
uary, 1873. Objects— Social, literary, free Inter- 
course with native land and all Polish societies; also 
assisting those in need and in case of sickness, to 
which end there has been organized lately a section 
of mutual aid, under special rules, etc. Forms also 
a group or branch of the "Polish National 
Alliance" in the United States of America 
(headquarters at Chicago, 111.), which is founded 
upon a federative system of Individual so- 
cieties, being assemblies or associations whose 
aim is to develop morally and materially the 
Polish element in the United States by establishing 
for that purpose institutions founded on the prin- 
ciple of the Catholic Church; also guardianship over 
the Polish emigration, etc. Polish Society of Cali- 
fornia meets on the first Sunday of each month at 
3 Polk street. As group of the Polish Alliance, meets 
every third Sunday of each month. Officers- Captain 

C. Bielawski, President; Andrew Kopankiewlck, 
Vice-President; Ignatz Kolaska, Secretary and Li- 
brarian; Gustav Heilman, Treasurer. 

San Francisco Baecker Verein. Organized 
August 5, 1877. Number of members, 121. Meets 
first and third Wednesdays of each month at Druid's 
Hall, 413 Sutter street. Objects— Benevolent and 
protective. Gustave Wirchner, President; Fred 
Schramm, Recording Secretary. 

San Francisco Chapter of American Institute 
OF Architects. Seth Babson, President; W. P. 
Moore, Vice-President; John M. Curtis, Treasurer; 
Oliver Everett, Secretary, 408 California street. 
Meetings are held on second Friday of each month. 

San Francisco Fire Department Charitable 
Fund Association. Meets New City Hall, Fire 
Commissioners' rooms, on last Wednesday of every 
month. Object— To benefit the sick members. D. T. 
Sullivan, President; M. J. Dolan, Treasurer; E. F. 



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McKlttrick, Financial Secretary; James Radford 
(foreman 25 Engine), Recording Secretary. Board 
of Trustees, I. Gurmendez, John Mahoney, Wm. D. 
Waters. 

San Francisco Letter Carrier's Mutual Aid 
Association. I. C. Levey, President; J.J.Brown, 
Secretary; Fred H. Stanley, Financial Secretary. 
Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month in 
Native Sons' Hall, Mason street, near Geary. 

San Francisco Musical Fund Societt. Incor- 
porated January 20, 1864; reorganized December 17, 
1875. Meets quarterly, second Tuesday in January, 
April, July and October, at 1 p. m., at El Dorado Hall, 
Alcazar Building, O'Farrell street. Number of 
members, eighty. The object of this society is to 
assist sick and disabled members and to bury its 
dead. Officers— E. E. Schmltz, President; Mo. Davis, 
First Vice-President; I. Franck, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent; C. Heinsen, Secretary; Marcus M. Blum, 
Treasurer; J. J. Mundwyler, J. Baumann, C. C. 
Henke, Trustees. 

San Francisco Produce Exchange Mutual 
Benefit Association. W. H. Yates, President; 
T. C. Friedlander, Secretary, 433 California street. 

San Francisco Schwaben Veeein. Meets first 
and Third Mondays of each month in Turn Verela 
Hall, 323 Turk street. 

Scandinavian Society. Object— Mutual assist- 
ance in case of sickness, and to bury the dead. 
Monthly meetings held at 10 California street. 
Ofllcers— Albert Hansen, President; Rasmus B. 
Nielsen and P. M. Paulson, Secretaries. 

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

Slavonic Illyric Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety. Organized November 17, 1857; Incorporated 
April 1, 1873. Number of members, 130. Meets first 
and third Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street, on the last Sunday 
in each month. Object — To benefit the sick and bury 
the dead. Jose Alonso, President; Domingo Men- 
dez, Vice-President; Medardo Garcia, Financial 
Secretary; Manuel Arjo, Recording Secretary, 915 
Broadway; T. T. Fatjo, Treasurer. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society of St. 
Mary's Church (Old Cathedral). Established in 
1861. Has at present about 100 members. Benefits— 
The services of a first-class physician for the mem- 
bers and their families, and on the death of a mem- 
ber $75 towards funeral expenses; also stimulating 
the members to a constant observance of their holy 
religion and moral and Intellectual improvement. 
Meetings held the third Sunday of each month in 
the basement of St. Mary's Church. William Muras- 
ky, President; H. J. Brown, Secretary. 

St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance Association 
of California. Organized March, 20, 1873. Meets 
on the first and third Monday evenings of each month 
in K. R. B. Hall, southeast corner Mason and O'Far- 
rell streets. Total membership, 240; assets over 
$12,000. The object of this Association shall be the 
mutual relief of its members when rendered incap- 
able by sicliness of protecting and providing for 
themselves; to encourage a spirit of union and 
brotherly love among Irishmen and their descend- 
ants, of all creeds and classes, and to strengthen, fos- 
ter and promote fraternal feelings of friendship and 
charity among its members. Ofllcers— T. F. Alford, 
President; J. H. McGinney, First Vice-President; 
P. Rooney, Second Vice-President; H. F. Keon, Re- 
cording Secretary; M.J. Gorman, Financial Secre- 
tary; John F. Quale, Corresponding Secretary, 116 
Ash avenue; John Moore, Treasurer. 

St. Paulus German Roman Catholic Benevo- 
lent Society. Organized July, 1870. Number of 
members, 240. The objects of this society are to 
afford relief to distressed members and the support 
of their widows and orphans. Meets second Monday 
of each month In the basement of St. Boniface's 
Church. Ofllcers- F. L. Guntz, President; Charles 
Maritzen, Vice-President; Franz Reichllng, Record- 
ing Secretary; Henry Eckart, Financial Secretary; 
John Lehrltter, Treasurer. 

St. Peter's German Catholic Benevolent So- 
ciety. Organized March, 1864; incorporated Sep- 
tember, 1866. Meets first Monday of each month in 
the basement of St. Boniface's Church. The objects 
of this Society are to afford relief to members in need, 
and the support of their widows and orphans. The 



officers are— F. B. Schoensteln, President; Bernhard 
Meyer, Vice-President; Andrew Merllng, Record- 
ing Secretary; Joseph Hoefer, Financial Secretary; 
Nicholas Straub, Treasurer. 

Sued-Deutscher Verein. Organized October 
23d, 1884. Jleets first and third Thursdays of each 
month at 413 Sutter street. Object— Beneficiary. 
F. Huber, President; Christ Weber, Secretary. 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society Organized 
1S59; reorganized 1874. Number of members, 700. 
Object— To afford its members mutual assistance 
in case of sickness or accident, or for burial 
of deceased members. Officers — Antoine Borel, 
President; F. Mellmann, Vice-President; John Freu- 
er. Treasurer; A. Juillerat, Secretary; E. de Cor- 
val, M. D. and T. A. Rottanzi, M. D., Physicians; R. 
Maestretti, Collector. Office of society, 536 Kearny 
street. 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Society of San Fran- 
cisco. Meets at Board of Education rooms, New 
City Hall, on first and third Wednesdays of each 
month. Its object is for mutual benefits. Miss 
Laura T. Fowler, President; Miss N. C. Haswell, 
Financial Secretary; Mrs. Evans Smith, Recording 
Secretary, 514 Sutter street; Miss A. M. D'Arcy, 
Treasurer. 

Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society. Ob- 
jects—To give financial aid and assistance to its 
members who are unable to follow their occupation 
on account of sickness or accident. To supply 
medical attendance and medicine to its members 
and bury the dead. No one to be initiated under 20 
or over 55 years of age. The benefits are SIO 
per week for 52 weeks, and 85 thereafter. Officers — 
President, L. P. Ward; First Vice-President, A. M. 
Parry; Second Vice-President, Geo. E. Mitchell; Re- 
cording Secretary, A. J. P. Regaudiat; Financial 
Secretary, J. R. Winders; Treasurer, W. B. Benoist; 
Marshal, Geo. H. Saunders, Guardian, F. Mooney. 
William L, Berry, M. D., Physician. The society 
meets the first Thursday in each month at Eintracht 
Hall, 539 California street, at 2:30 P. M. For applica- 
tion, etc., apply to A. J. P. Regaudiat, Recording 
Secretary, 7 Wetmore place. 

Verein Eintracht. Meets at their hall, 237 
Twelfth street, every Wednesday evening. It is a 
beneficial society and has a gymnasium. Charles 
Winters, President; R. Jentzsch, Vice-President; 
Casper MUller, Corresponding Secretary ; Otto Thiele, 
Financial Secretary; Henry Behrens. Treasurer; H. 
GUmbel, Frank Huber, L. Leffmann, Trustees. 

Verein Ostereich Social and Mutual Aid 
Society. Meets first and third Thursdays of each 
month in the Alcazar building. Object— Beneficial. 
A. Schohay, President; T. Lamberg, Recording Sec- 
retary; Ferd. Heiduska, Treasurer; R. Kiffinger, 
Financial Secretary. 

Widows and Orphans Aid Association. Or- 
ganized January 13, 1878, with 88 members, to embrace 
the whole police force of San Francisco, with the 
object of protecting and endowing their widows and 
orphans in case of death. Present membership, 530. 
None but regular police officers can become mem- 
bers. The dues are one dollar per month; there are 
no assessments. Since its organization it has paid 
death benefits amounting to 8105,600. Meets at Police 
Court Room No. 3, New City Hall, second Sunday 
afternoon of each month at 8 o'clock. Officers- 
Captain Geo. W. Wittman, President; Lieutenant 
Daniel Hannah, Vice-President; Charles Janes, Re- 
cording Secretary; Samuel H.Rankin, Financial Sec- 
retary; John Duncan, Treasurer. 

Young Men's Catholic Union (R. C). Meets 
at Loyola Hall, 3 Tenth street. Leo Assembly, No. 4. 
meets the first and third Thursdays of each month. 
Loyola Assembly, No. 1, meets the first and third 
Wednesdays of each month ; fraternal and benevo- 
lent. St. Joseph's Assembly, No. 3, meets the second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Young Men's Institute (R. C). Grand Council 
organized in San Francisco in 1883. Office, Y. M. I. 
Hall, southeast corner Tenth and Market streets. 
Object— Mutual improvement and a fund for sick and 
funeral benefits. Officers of the Grand Council- 
John Lynch, Grand President ; Henry A. Young, 
Grand First Vice-President; Rev. W. D. McKinnon, 
Grand Second Vice-President; George A. Stanley, 
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BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

Associated Charities. Organized March, 1888, 
with a unique and comprehensive field outlined for 
thoughtful and practical work. Quoting Rev. F. G. 
Peabody. the Central Council defines its objects 
thus: "The old charity satisfied the feelings of the 
giver by alms; the new charity educates the re- 
ceiver to do without alms. The old charity was 
temporary relief; the new charity is continuous edu- 
cation. It is better charity to find work than to re- 
lieve want: better charity to teach a trade than to 
encourage mendicancy; better charity to provide 
stimulus for thrift than to make thrift unnecessary." 
Central ofiice, 425 Pine street, second floor. Meets 
every Fridav at 3:30 p. M., at 601 Commercial street. 
Officers— B. P. Flint. President; John M. Burnett, 
Vice-President; Miss Virginia Fitch, General Secre- 
tary; S. W. Lew, Treasurer. Directors— Oliver Eld- 
ridge, Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper. E. J. Bowen, Mrs. 
Charles Lux, Dr. Charlotte B. Brown. 

Austrian Bexevolent Society. Meets first and 
third TVednesdays in each month at 413 Sutter street. 
Number of members. S50 X". P. Milloglav, Presi- 
dent; Anton Connlch, Secretary, 601 Sansome street. 

British Bekevolext Society of California. 
Rooms, 604 Merchant street. Incorporated in 1865 
for the purpose of affording temporary relief to sick 
and destitute persons born under the British flag. 
Since its organization it has disbursed exclusively 
for relief nearly STl.590. and has procured work for 
nearly 10.500 persons. The present membership con- 
sists of 102 paying members. 7 life members and 
10 honorary members. The Secretary is in attend- 
ance daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. The regular meet- 
ing is held the first Tuesday in each month at 4 p. m. 
The Board of Relief meets twice a month. Ofiicers — 
"William Doxey, President; J. H. Wallace. First Vice- 
President; Stanhope Dickinson, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent; Percy Beamish, Treasurer; "William "W. Bol- 
ton, Secretary. 

California Prison Commission". Organized Nov- 
ember 27, 1865. Object— To give aid to prisoners 
while in prison and after they are released; to im- 
prove prisons and have good discipline through ap- 
propriate legislation, the proper education of public 
sentiment, the co-operation of the courts, the police 
and prison officials, and otherwise as opportunity is 
afliorded. Officers- Charles Montgomery, President; 
Rev. .John Kimball, Vice-President; A. J. Ralston, 
Treasurer; Rev. James "Woodworth, Secretary, 1713 
Stevenson street. 

California Society for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children. Incorporated September 2, 
1876. Objects— To provide ways and means to secure 
the enforcement of an Act for the Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children, and to labor in the education of 
a public sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward 
children. Office, 1170 Market street. Donohoe build- 
ing, rooms 95-96. Officers— Colonel Charles Sonntag, 
President; John McComb. Secretary; George A. 
Xewhall, Treasurer. 

Danish Ladies" Relief Society. Peter Iver- 
sen. President; Mrs. Blohme and Mrs. A. Sanderup, 
Vice-Presidents; Charles "Warming, Recording Sec- 
retary; Miss Xilsen, Financial Secretary; Thomas 
Mikkelsen, Treasurer. Number of members, 200. 
Meets first "Wednesday of each month at 25 Tenth 
street. 

Emanu-El Sisterhood. Council of Administra- 
tion meets every Tuesday forenoon at 219 Ninth 
street. Officers— Mrs. P. N. Lilienthal, President; 
Mrs. J. Voorsanger and Mrs. M. S. Eisner, Vice-Presi- 
dents; Mrs. Lewis Gerstle. Treasurer; Mrs. A. M. 
Davis, Secretary, 1722 Pine street. 

Eureka Benevolent Society. Organized Octo- 
ber. 1850, to assist poor and needy Hebrews in want 
or sickness. Number of members, 734. who pay si 
each per month, besides an additional sum of 25 cents 
for the support of widows and orphans of members. 
Office, 105 Stockton street, rooms 21-24. Officers— 
S. W. Rosenstock, President; Leo Eloesser, Secre- 
tary; Albert Meyer, Treasurer; Jules Llevre, Col- 
lector. 

First Hebrew Benevolent Society. Location, 
northeast corner Post and Taylor streets. Levi 
Shilling, President; B. L. Brandt, Vice-President; 
S. Zekind, Secretary; M. H. Llchtenstein, Treasurer. 

Free Dispensary Clinic. Organized by the Med- 
ical Department. University of California. The rooms 
of the Dispensary are at 155 New Montgomery street. 
Sick poor. treated free. 



French Ladies' Benevolent Society. Meets at 
318 Post street, on every Thursday afternoon. It is 
organized for the purpose of helping poor French 
people. Mrs. S. "Weill, President; Mrs. Chevassus, 
Vice-President; Mrs. L. Montpellier, Secretary; Mrs. 
Gallolx, Treasurer. 

Gardeners' and Ranchers' Association of 
San Francisco. Colombo Market. Domenico Gi- 
anni, Secretary. 

German Benevolent Society, The,— Styled in 
German, " Die Allgemelne Deutsche Unterstiitzungs 
Gesellschaft,"— is one of the most charitable Institu- 
tions in California. Established January 7, 1854, 
with 111 members, it now has 3,035 members, and Is 
considered the largest German Society in the United 
States. During its forty-two years of existence it 
has expended S343,000. It owns and controls the Ger- 
man Hospital, a noted and commodious institution. 
Applications for membership or assistance should 
be addressed to H. C. Jordan, General Agent. Office- 
open from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. — 320 Geary street. Offi- 
cers— B. Broemmel, President; Carl Uhllg, First Vice- 
President; C. E. Hansen, Second Vice-President; 
W. Hermann and C. Goecker, Secretaries; Fr. C. 
Siebe, Treasurer. Directors — Carl Hess, "W. E. Lutz, 
Richard Fluking, Louis Zeiss, Ed. A. Kell and Hugo 
Waldeck. Max Salomon, M. D., Physician. 

German Ladies' General Benevolent Society. 
The German Ladies' General Benevolent Society 
was founded in 1870 for the purpose of aiding poor 
German women and children. Meets on the first day 
of each month at 320 Geary street. Its affairs are 
managed by a Board of Directors, consisting of the 
following ladies— Mrs. Hulda Hlldebrandt, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Dr. Regensburger, Vice-President; Mrs. 
J. Popert, Secretary; Mrs. F. Stadtmueller, Treas- 
urer. 

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 Klndergartners, and to further promote 
the work for needy, neglected children. There are 
seventy well-known ladies on the Board, also thirty 
representative gentleman of the city and vicinity, 
including the Presidents of the Leland Stanford Jr. 
University and the University of California, and 
other distinguished professors. Up to October 8, 
1895, 20,116 little children, under six years of age. 
have been trained in these kindergartens. Forty 
kindergartens have been organized. Three hundred 
and fifty thousand dollars, including endowments, 
have been given to this work by the citizens of San 
Francisco during the sixteen years. Mrs. Stanford 
has, in addition to this, endowed five Memorial Kin- 
dergartens with ?100,000. The first year the total 
receipts were «1, 805.70; the sixteenth year the total 
receipts were §44,205.77. Mother's Meetings have 
been organized to encourage thrift, economy and 
hygiene in the families connected with the kinder- 
gartens, and to bring something of new hope and 
comfort into their hard and cheerless lives. A free 
Normal Training School for teachers has been in 
successful operation for four years, under the super- 
vision of Miss Anna M. Stovall. a distinguished 
trainer. The graduates from the Golden Gate Free 
Training School are in demand from all parts of the 
country. The Golden Gate J'roebel .\ssociation, an 
organization composed of the teachers and graduates 
of the association, is also in successful operation. 
Officers— Mrs. Leland Stanford, Honorary President; 
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper, President; Mrs. Chas. Hol- 
brook. First Vice-President; Mrs. Louis SIoss, Second 
Vice-President; Mrs. George T. Gaden, Secretary; 
Miss Virginia Fitch, Assistant Secretary; Miss 
Isabelle Knight, Treasurer; Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper, 
Superintendent; Miss Harriet Cooper, Deputy Super- 
intendent and Private Secretary; Charles G. Lathrop. 
Mrs. Alvan Flanders and Mrs. E. B. Cutter, Auditors. 
Directors — Mrs. Leland Stanford, Mrs. Sarah B. 
Cooper. Mrs. George Hearst, Mrs. Charles B. Alex- 
ander. Mrs. Charles Holbrook, Mrs. Cyrus "Walker, 
Mrs. A. J. Pope, Mrs. Louis SIoss. Mrs. B. F. Norris, 
Mrs. Charles Clayton, Mrs. John F. Merrill. Normal 
Trainer. Miss Anna M. Stovall. 

Helpers, The. Miss Bertha Samuels, President; ■ 
Miss Lillian Gambitz, Secretary, 1710 Laguna street. 

Homeopathic Dispensary. Located in the Hahne- 
mann Hospital College Building, 115 Haight street. 
Object— To provide homeopathic medical treatment 
and surgical aid for the poor, and to attend at their 
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sary. Hours, from 10 a. m. to S p. m. daily, except 
Sunday. William Boerlcke, M. D., Medical Superin- 
tendent. 

Kong Chow Beneficial Society. Incorporated 
September 24, 1867. Location, north side of Pine 
street, between Kearny street and Grant avenue. 
•Organized for charity to Chinese. 

Knights of the Maccabees. San Francisco 
Tent, No. 18. G. H. Bertram, Commander; Theo. 
Frollch, Record Keeper. Meets second and fourth 
Friday of each month at 120 O'Farrell. 

Knights of Pythias' Bukeau of Belief. Meets 
every Saturday at 8 p. m. In Pythian Castle, 909 Mar- 
ket street. E. J. Wilson, President; M. B. Dye, 
Vice-President; H. E. Snook, Treasurer; W. S. Lans- 
field, Secretary, 122 Clipper street. 

Ladies' Seaman's Friend Society. Meetings of 
the society are held on the first Wednesday of each 
month at the Sailors' Home, corner Main and Harri- 
son streets. OiHcers— Mrs. W. B. Ewer, President; 
Mrs. K. S. Barclay, Vice-President; Mrs. A. McAn- 
ney, Recording Secretary; Mrs. W. H. Barnes, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Mrs. A. L. Brannan, Treas- 
urer. 

Ladies of the Gkand 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. 
Department officers of California— Eva J. French, 
President, Santa' Rosa; Lydia C. Hinckley, Sr. Vice- 
President, San Francisco; Sarah E. B. Todd, Jr. 
Vice-President, Oakland; Emma Renwlck. Treas- 
urer, Sacramento; Elma V. Fuller, Chaplain, Fresno; 
Eleanor P. Anderson, Counseios, San Jose; Anna D. 
Mobiey, Secretary, Santa Rosa. Seven Pines 
■Circle No. 3. Meets every Monday evening at 
Alcazar Building. Mrs. Isabella Plnkson, Secretary. 

Ladies' Society of Israelites (Israelitischer 
Frauen-Vereln). Established August 12, 1855, for 
the purpose of assisting Hebrew women under all 
circumstances of want. Meets Monday afternoon of 
■each week at 105 Stockton street, room 21. Number 
of members. 300. Officers— Mrs. J. S. Dinkelsplel, 
President; Mrs. Henry Wangenhelm, Vice-President; 
Mrs. George Greenzwelg, Treasurer; Leo Eloesser, 
Secretary; D. Michael, Collector. 

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent So- 
ciety. Established 1855. Meets every Monday at 2 
p. M. in the vestry of the Synagogue, corner of Post 
and Taylor streets. Object— To assist the sick, the 
poor and the needy women of the Jewish faith. The 
affairs of the society are managed by a board of of- 
ficers composed of ladies, with an Advisory 
Board consisting of three gentlemen. Officers- Mrs. 
-J. S. Oppenheim, President; Mrs. A. J. Prager, Vice- 
President; Mrs. S. Zeklnd, Treasurer; Mrs. H. Llpp- 
man. Secretary. 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter Kindergar- 
ten. Location, 512 Minna street. This kindergarten 
was organized for the purpose of training the 
'boarders as well as the day attendants of the Shelter. 
The room is large and sunny and fitted up with 
■everything necessary for the work of the kindergar- 
ten. Mrs. Josie H. Kentley, teacher. 

Masonic Board op Relief. Meets at Masonic 
Temple every Saturday evening. This board is com- 
posed of the masters or representatives of the six- 
teen lodges holding concurrent jurisdiction in San 
Francisco. Said lodges contribute to but draw 
nothing from the funds of the board-sojourning Mas- 
ter Masons, their widows and orphans being alone 
recipients of its charities. Money refunded Is again 
given to the needy of our order. Jos. L. Crittenden, 
■Chairman; E. C. Hare, Secretary; Charles P. Over- 
ton, Treasurer. 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Association. 
Meets every Wednesday evening at 421 Post street. 
N. C. Larsen, President; Mlkel Orson, Vice-Presi- 
dent; L. Traung, Recording Secretary, 18 Bond 
street; C. W. J. Miller, Financial Secretary; Edward 
Henrix, Treasurer. 

Mens' Home. This society Is to a great extent 
self-supporting. A clean bed, bath and break- 
fast are furnished for ten cents. Where the ex- 
penditures are in excess of the receipts, the balance 
is met by voluntary contributions. Location, 34 
Minna street^ Samuel Rhodes, Superintendent. 



Odd Fellows' Employment Association. . Room 
11, I. O. O. F. Hall, Seventh and Market streets. 
Furnishes clerical, skilled and unskilled labor at 
short notice. No charge to employer or employee. 

A. E. Richardson, President; A. McMenaman, Sec- 
retary. 

The General Relief Committee I. O. 0. F. 
Meets every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. In Eu- 
reka Hall, I. 0. O. F. Building. Its alms and objects 
are to take charge of and care for sick and dis- 
tressed Odd Fellows (and their families) who are 
members of I. O. O. F. lodges other than in San Fran- 
cisco. J. L. Geary Jr., President; F. E. Smith, Vice- 
President; O. W. Crawford, Treasurer; J. F. Nichols, 
Secretary, residence 410 Nineteenth street; room 3, 
I. 0. 0. F. Building. 

Pacific Homeopathic Dispensary Associa- 
tion. Meets second Monday of each month at T4;i 
Howard street. Object— To assist the poor in sick- 
ness. Mrs. S. A. D. MoKee, President; Mrs. C. E. 
Glbbs, Mrs. W. S. Spinney. Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, Vice- 
Presidents; Mrs. Walter Parsons Clark, Secretary; 
Mrs. R. R. Haskell, Treasurer. 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society. Organized 
July 23, 1878; incorporated July 25, 1878. First kin- 
dergarten established September 25, 1878. Reincor- 
porated January. 1886. Officers— Mrs. M. H. Hecht, 
Honorary President; Mrs. David Bixler, President; 
Mrs. Frederlcka George, Treasurer; Mrs. Alfred 
Shaw Moore, Recording Secretary; Miss Kate M. 
Atkinson, Corresponding Secretary. 

Subordinate Kindergartens — Sliver Star, Pacific 
and Sansome streets; The Adler, Folsom and Second 
streets; The Sutro Mall Dock, 218 Brannan street. 

San Francisco Benevolent Association. 
Meets first Wednesday of each month at 538 Jackson. 
Object— To give temporary relief to the destitute, 
such as paying the rent, medicines, provisions, find- 
ing places for them and sending them to the country. 
Officers— N. P. Cole, President; C. V. S. Glbbs, Treas- 
urer; Robert Beechlng, Manager, 538 Jackson street. 

San Francisco Board of Relief, I. O. B'nai 
B'rith. Meets at B'nai B'rlth Hall on the first and 
third Sundays of each month. D. Harris, President; 
Charles Cooper, Vice-President; Harry Ankel, Sec- 
retary; J. L. Franklin, Treasurer. The President 
and Vice-President of every lodge in the city are 
members of the Board. 

San Francisco Boys' Club Association. 740 
Bryant street. Organized December. 1891. The 
object of this organization is to promote the mental 
and moral welfare of boys. Afternoon and evening 
clubs are led by young men and women, and boys are 
Instructed In parliamentary law, manual training, 
singing and games. It Is the object to lead the boys, 
often of a poorer class, toward higher thoughts and 
intelligent citizenship. There is no religious in- 
struction. Officers— F. Gelet Burgess, President; 
Florence Paul, Vice-President; Sidney S. Pelxotto. 
Secretary; Julia George, Treasurer. 

Silver Links Boys' Club. 427 Second street. 
Organized December 9, 1893. 26 members. Offl- 
cers— Miss Mary Carmany, President; Fredrick 
Magee, Vice-President; William Kruken, Secretary; 
Henry Tothmer, Treasurer. 

City Front Boys' Club. 615 Sansome street. 
Organized March, 1894. 50 members in constant at- 
tendance. Officers— Norman McLaren, President; 
J. B. Berry, Secretary. 

Russian Hill Neighborhood House. 1031 Val- 
lejo street. Organized June, 1894. Workers— Mrs. 
Mary Richardson, Miss Mary Gamble, Miss Anna 

B. Campbell, Miss Florence Paul, Mr. Burgess. 
Total membership, 79. 

The Children's Club. 632 Twenty-second street. 
Organized April 8, 1895. Miss Gould, President 
and Treasurer; Miss Castelhun, Vice-President; Mr. 
Kolelcke, Secretary. 75 members. 

Boys' Club of the Krp Church Missions House. 
249 Second street. Organized August 1, 1894. About 
185 visiting members. 

BoY's' Club of the Sisterhood Emmanuel. 
Ninth street. Organized December, 1896. Under 
the direction of the Boys' Club Committee, Mrs. I. 
N. Walter, Chairman. 

San Francisco Fruit and Flower Mission. 
Incorporated October, 1880. Object— Carrying fruit, 
flowers, literature and delicacies to the sick in hos- 
pitals and tenements. Rooms. 631 Sutter street, where 
the members meet every Thursday, from 9 a. m. to 
1 p. 31., for arr.ingement of flowers and provisions. 
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Iv. Eodgers, Second Vice-President; Miss Ida B. 
Fisher. Secretary; Miss Phenie Armer, Assistant 
Secretary; Mrs. Paul Bunlier, Treasurer; Miss Wini- 
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Assistant Librarian. 

San Feancisco Homeopathic PoLTCLiific. Lo- 
cation, 220 Montgomery avenue. Hours, 10 a. m. 
to 1. p. M. D. Albert Hiller. M. D., Superintendent; 
T. A. Blinn, Secretary. 

Sast Fp.axcisco Polyclinic. The. A free dispen- 
sary for the sick poor. Location. 410 Ellis street. 
Officers— F. W. D'Evelvn. M. B., CM.. President; 
Henry L. Wagner, M. B., Ph. D., and Douglass W. 
Montgomery. Vice-Presidents; L. Bazet, M. D., 
Treasurer; Leo Xewmark, M. D., Secretary. 

San Fp.axcisco Settlemext Association. Was 
founded in April. 1894, as the result of the visit to 
San Francisco of iliss Jane Adams of Hull House, 
Chicago. Its object Is to maintain in San Francisco 
a settlement similar to those that have been so suc- 
cessful in the East and in England, such as Hull 
House, Chicago, Andover House, Boston, and Toyn- 
bee Hall in East London. There is a governing 
council consisting of the following members: Prof. 
Bernard Moses, President; Prof. Frank Angell. Vice- 
Presiden-t: Victor O'Brien, Treasurer; Mrs. M. C. 
Schermerhorn, Resident in Charge; Miss Virginia 
Fitch, Secretary; Miss Ethel Beaver. Mr. .John F. 
Harrold, Mrs. Mary W. Kincaid, Miss Fannie McLean, 
Miss Jean Parker, Miss Morrison. The Settlement 
House, known as the "South Park Settlement," is 
located at No. 15 South Park, between Second and 
Third, Bryant and Brannan streets. Mr. F. C. 
Haynes has charge of the house. 

San Fkancisco Society for the Pkevextion 
OF Cruelty to Animals. Incorporated April, 1868. 
Office, Donohoe building, rooms 94-95, 1170 Market 
street. Office telephone, south 357; night telephone, 
west 352. Xumber of members, 467. Objects— To 
provide ways and to secure the enforcement of 
an Act for the more eifectual Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals, approved March 30, 1868, and to labor in 
the education of a public sentiment of humanity and 
gentleness toward domestic and other animals. Offi- 
cers—Jacob Z. Davis, President; X. P. Cole, Vice- 
President: James S. Hutchinson, Treasurer; C. B. 
Holbrook, Secretary. 

Silver Street Kindergarten Society. Loca- 
tion. 64 Silver street. Officers— Mrs. Charles B. 
Alexander. President; Mrs. L L. Baker, Vice- 
President; W. E. Brown, Secretary. 2016 California 
street; Adolph Schmidt, Treasurer; Miss Xora Archi- 
bald Smith, Superintendent, 64 Silver street. Direc- 
tors—Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, Mrs. Horatio Steb- 
hins. Miss Kate R. Stone. Mrs. Milton S. Eisner, 
Mrs. Charles G. Hooker, Mrs. Edwin R. Dimond. 
Mrs. Garrison Gerst, Mrs. L. L. Baker. Mrs. William 
Mintzer, W. E. Brown. 

SociETE Belge De Bienfaisance. Leon Andre, 
Secretary. Office, 413 Kearny. 

Society for Christian Work. Organized Octo- 
ber. 1873. This society is connected with the First 
Unitarian Church, and Is under the auspices of the 
ladies of the congregation, every one of whom is ex- 
pected to aid in its support. The objects of the 
society are to relieve the sick and destitute, dis- 
tribute clothing, seek employment for needy women, 
and assist the unfortunate in all practicable ways. 
Membership is one dollar a year. Contributions of 
reading matter are distributed to the prisons, hos- 
pitals and asylums. The money needed for the pros- 
ecution of this work is obtained by the Sewing Society 
of the congregation, which meets every second and 
fourth Monday at 10 a. si., in the church parlors, to 
which all are cordially invited. Mrs. E. T. B. Mills. 
Corresponding Secretary. 

Society of St. Vincent De Paul. Meets on sec- 
ond Thursday of each month at the Hall of St. 
Mary's Cathedral, Van Xess avenue and O'Farrell 
street. Object— To relieve distress wherever found, 
regardless of race or religion. Officers — John M. 
Burnett, President; P. J. Thomas, Secretary, 1307 
Vallejo street. Subordinate 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. Theresa's. St. 
Bridgid's, St. Francis', Mission Dolores. St. Paul's, 
St. James'. 

St. Andrew's Society. Organized September 23. 
1863. Object— For the purpose of affording relief to 
persons of Scottish extraction, who may be in want 
or distress. Meets every Monday evening at Scottish 



Hall, 111 Larkin street. All Scotchmen, children 
and grandchildren of a native of Scotland are eligible 
to membership on payment of S3 admission fee, and 
50 cents monthly dues. Present membership, 400. 
Officers— Andrew Wilkle, President; James S. Web- 
ster. First Vice-President: James Ralph, Jr., Second 
Vice-President; T. C. Lawson, Treasurer; W. C. 
Cook. Recording Secretary; John D. Robertson, Fi- 
nancial Secretary. 

Swiss Relief Society. Organized 1874; reorgan- 
ized October, 1886. Object— Aiding Swiss in need 
and deserving of assistance. Officers— A. Borel, 
Swiss Consul, Honorary President; H. Pichoir, Presi- 
dent; G. A. Berton, Vice-President; A. Vignier, 
Treasurer; A. Juillerat, Secretary, office 536 Kearny 
street. 

Teutonia Society. Organized June 1, 1866. 
Xumber of members, two hundred and fifty. Meets- 
at Teutonia Hall, 1322 Howard street, every Tuesday 
evening for business purposes, and Thursday even- 
ing for social enjoyment. The objects of this society 
are to assist members who, by accident or sickness, 
are incapacitated from pursuing their calling, and 
for the purpose of defraying the funeral expenses of 
the members thereof. 

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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. Officers— A. A. Watkins. President; 
Webster Jones, First Vice-President: S. Nickels- 
burg, Second Vice-President; E. W. Newhall, Treas- 
urer; Joseph Kirk, Attorney; H. L. Smith, Secretary. 

Its objects shall be the consideration of all subjects 
pertaining to the Interests of the wholesale mer- 
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CEMETERIES. 



Ancient Order of Foresters' Cemetery As- 
sociation. Office, 997 Market street. 

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

City— Thirty-fourth avenue, near Point Lobos ave- 
nue. Beth 01am, Caledonian, Chinese (6), Colored 
Masons, French, German, Grand Army of the Re- 
public, office 35 Eddy street; Greco-Russian, Hebrew 
("Beth 01am and Salem), Italian, Japanese, Knights of 
Pvthias, office 6 Eddy street; Master Mariners, Old 
Friends, Potter's Field, Red Men, Russian, Salem, 
Scandinavian, Seamen's, Slavonlc-Illyric, St. An- 
drew's. 

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

Greek— Southwest corner Turk street and Parker 
avenue. 

Holt Cross— San Mateo County. 

Hills of Eternity- San Mateo County. 

Home of Peace — San Mateo County. 

Independent Order of Red Men's Cemetery 
Association. Office, 997 Market street. 

Knights' of Pythias Burial Association. 
Office, 997 Market street. 

Laurel Hill— Central avenue, between Post and 
California streets; entrance end of Ellis street; B. P. 
O. Elks; Firemen's. 

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

Mission Dolores (closed)— Corner Sixteenth and 
Dolores streets. 

Mount Olivet Cemetery Association. Office, 
997 Market street. 

National — Presidio Reservation. 



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Native Sons' of the Golden West Cemetekt 
AssociATiON. Office, 997 Market street. 

Odd Fellows' — Point Lobos avenue, near First 
avenue; office, 8 Flood building. 

St. Michael's — Sau Mateo County. 

Salem (new)— San Mateo County. (Old) Thirty- 
fourth avenue, near Point Lobos avenue: office. 226 
Bush street. 

CREMATORIES. 

San Francisco Cremation Company. Incorpo- 
rated September 5. 1885. Time of meeting, first Tues- 
day of each month, rooms 3 and 4, 7th floor Mills 
Building. Object— To do away with the horror of 
burying the dead, but incinerate them Instead. 
Crematory located at Cypress Lawn Cemetery. 

Officers—!. Gutte. President; M. Greenblact, Vice- 
President; D. Hirschfeld, Secretary. 

Directors— Wm. Schroeder. .J. Z. Davis, M. Green- 
blatt, C. C. Burr, D. Hirschfeld, L.Diamant. I. Gutte, 
R. B. Hooper and C. Bundschu. 

This company has an auxiliary called the S. F. 
Cremation Company Auxiliary. This latter has mem- 
bers who own no stock in the society, but become 
members for the purpose of securing their incinera- 
tion. They pay for this as follows: 
A man 20 to 30 years old pays S5.00 per year for 10 years 
" 30 to 40 " " " 7.50 " " " 8 " 
" 40 to 50 " " " 10.00 " •■ •• 5 " 
" .50 to 60 " '• " 12..50 " •• " 4 " 
" 60 to 65 " " " 15.00 " '• ■■ 4 " 

No initiation fees. If he dies before the term he 
will be cremated for the amount paid in at the time 
of his death. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

Officers— Hugh Craig, President; John L. Howard, 
First Vice-President; Louis B. Parrott, Second Vice- 
President; William L. Merry, Secretary, Treasurer 
and Librarian, Merchants' Exchange Building, tele- 
phone 5220. 

Trustees— W. H. Dlmond, William L. Merry, A. J. 
Ralston, Geo. A. Newhall, Jas. F. Chapman, Chas. 
Nelson. Louis SIoss, Jr., Arthur G. Towne, H. T. 
Scott A. B. Field, F. W. Van Sicklen and Chas. M. 
Yates. 

Italian Chamber of Commerce. A protective 
association organized for the purpose of promoting 
business relations between California and Italy and 
vice versa. Office, 508 Battery street. G. Calegaris, 
President; C. Dondero, Secretary. 



CHURCHES. 



BAPTIST. 

Chinese Baptist Church. Location — Northwest 
corner Sacramento street and Waverly place. H. F. 
Norrls, Superintendent; residence, 1909 Vine street, 
N. Berkeley; Rev. Tong Kit Hing, Pastor. Teach- 
ers—Mrs. E. J. Houghton, Mrs. C. W. Wright, Mrs. 
H. F. Norris, Mrs. A. I. Thompson. Missionaries- 
Miss A. E. Ross, Miss Johnson and Miss Florence 
Ford. Sunday services: preaching at 1 and 7:30 p. m.; 
street service, 2:30 p.m.; Sunday School for children 
at 11 A. M.; Bible class from 12 to 1 p. m. ; adult Sun- 
day School, 6 p. M. School for children, daily, 9 to 12 
A. M., in Chinese; 1 to 4 p. m., in English; school for 
adults, every evening except Saturday and Sunday, 
from 7 to 9 p. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday from 
8:30 to 9:30 p. m.; kindergarten 11 a. m. to 8 p. m. 

Emmanuel Baptist Church of San Francisco. 
Location — Bartlett street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third streets. Rev. J. George Gibson, 
Pastor; residence, 901!^ Valencia street. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
at 12:30 p. M.; Robert W. Lynch, President; Young 
People's Meeting at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting every 
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

First Baptist Church. Location— North side of 
Kddy street, between Jones and Leavenworth streets. 
Rev. M. P. Boynton, Pastor; residence, 2811 Howard 
street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M.; Sunday School at 12:30 p. m.; prayer meeting 
Wednesday at 7:45 P. M.; Young Men's Meeting 
Tuesday at 8 p. m.; Christian Culture class Fridav 



Bethesda Mission, located at the corner of Howard 
and Eighth streets. Hallet K. Mitchell, Superinten- 
dent : Sunday school at 3 p. M. 

Galilee Mission Sunday School on Union street 
near Gough; meets Sundays at 9:30 a. m.; A. D. 
Brennlng, Superintendent. 

First German Baptist Church. Location— Cor- 
ner Seventeenth and Dehone streets. Rev. HenryL. 
Dietz, Pastor; residence, 40 Erie street, between 
Nineteenth and Twentieth streets. Services every 
Sunday at 9:30 a. m., 11 a. m. and 7::^0 p. M.; Sunday 
School at 11 A. M.; Young People's Meeting at 7:30 
p. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

Hamilton Square Baptist Church. Location- 
Post street, near Stelner street. Rev. A. M. Russell. 
Pastor; residence, 2228^^ Post street. Services every 
Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. M.; Sunday School at 
12:30 P. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Third Baptist Church. Location — East side 
Powell street, between Sutter and Bush. Rev. 
George E. Duncan, Pastor. Services every Sunday 
at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School at 12:45 p.m.; 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 
p. m. ; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Union Square Baptist Church. Location- 
South side of Bush, between Hyde and Larkin 
streets. Rev. William N. Meserve, Pastor; residence, 
south side Bush, between Hyde and Larkin streets. 
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sun- 
day School at 12:15 p. m. 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

Bethany Congregational Church. Location— 
Bartlett street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth streets. Organized February 23, 1874. Rev. 
William C. Pond, D. D., Pastor. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 
William Johnstone. Superintendent, at 12:30; Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor, Junior and 
Intermediate at 5:45, Senior at 6: :S0; prayer meeting 
Wednesday evenings in the lecture room, rear of 
Church, at 8 p. m. J. Edward Warren, 22}^ Geary 
street, President of the Board of Trustees and Treas- 
urer of the Church. 

Bethlehem Church. Location — Vermont street, 
near Twenty-fourth street. Rev. W. H. Tubb, Pas- 
tor; residence, southwest corner Vermont and 
Twenty-fourth streets. Services every Sunday at 
11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. m. 

California Chinese Missions. Location— 5 Bren- 
ham place. Organized 1874. Rev. J. K McLean, 
D. D., President; Rev. W. C. Pond, D. D., Secretary; 
William Johnstone, Treasurer. Address of Secretary 
and Treasurer, 413 Bartlett street. Mission schools 
at5Brenham place. Miss RosaE. Lamont. Mrs. M. A. 
Green, Miss Janet G. Morrison, Jee Gam, Teachers; 
1729 San Carlos avenue, Mrs. H. W. Lamont, Teacher; 
1818 Laguna street. Miss Violet W. Lamont and Jue 
See, Teachers. Hours of teaching, 7 to 9:30 p. m.; 
public worship in Chinese at 5 Brenham place on 
Sundays, conducted by Rev. Jee Gam and Chin Toy, 
Preachers. 

Eighth Congregational Church. Location — 
Broad street, near Plymouth avenue. Rev. Emil R. 
Galloway, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 12:15 p. m. 

First Congregational, Church, tha pioneer of 
this order in California, was organized July 29, 1849. 
Location — Corner Post and Mason streets. Rev. C. 

0. Brown, D. D., Pastor; residence, 1703 Geary street. 
Present membership, 950. Services every Sunday at 
11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M., between 1st of September and 
1st of May; rest of year evening service at 7:43 p. m. ; 
prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:.30 p. m. ; Sunday School 
at 12 : 45 p. M. ; it has a membership of over 500 ; Deacon 

1. H. Morse, Superintendent; Young People's Society 
, of Christian Endeavor meets on Sunday at 6:30 p. m. ; 

Woman's Benevolent Society meets at 10 a, m. every 
second Friday; Woman's Home Missionary Union 
meets at 3 p. M. every second Friday; Kindergarten 
supported by the Church Is on Harrison street. 

Fourth Congregational Church. Location — 
Green street, near Stockton street. Rev. Frederick 
Flawlth, Pastor, '2214 Jones street. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School at 
12:30 P.M.; Young People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor at 6:30 P.M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:45 p.m. 

Olivet Congregational Church. Location — 
Southwest corner of Noe and Seventeenth streets. 
Rev. John A. Cruzan. Pastor; residence, 8 Alpine 



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street; study at the Church. This Church was or- 
ganized In August, 1884, and now numbers over 125 
members. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 
7:30 P. M.; Sunday School at 12:30 p. m.; Young Peo- 
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.; 
Junior Endeavor Society every Wednesday at 8:45 p. 
M.; prayer and Bible study every Wednesday at 7:30 
p. M. ; meetings for temperance, mission and relief 
work as announced. 

Pap.k CONGP.EGATIONAI, CHUP.CH. Location — Cor- 
ner of Fell and Baker streets. Sunday services at 11 
A. M. and 7:45' p. M. ; Sunday School at 12:30 P. ii.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. ii.; Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets every 
Sunday at 7 P. M. Kev. James B. Orr, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1010 Page street; study at rear of Church; 
entrance on Fell street. 

PiLGKiM Chapel. Location— Edinburgh street, 
near Persia avenue. Established in 1883 by work- 
ers from Plymouth Congregational Church. Sunday 
School at 11 A. M. John H. Kemp, Superintendent; 
residence, 23 Hollis street. 

Plymouth Congkegational Chuech. Location 
—North side of Post street, between Buchanan and 
Webster. PvCV. W. D. Williams, D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1719 Post street; study in the Church; hours, 
9 a. M. to 12 M. This Church was organized January 12, 
1862; present membership about 600. Services are 
held every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. for 
strangers; Sunday Schools at 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 
p. M.; Bible class at 12:30 P. M., Prof. R. R. Lloyd, 
Teacher; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; 
Y'oung People's Society of Christian Endeavor hold 
meetings for Juniors at 4 p. m.. Seniors at 6:30 p. m.; 
Boys' Brigade meets Friday at 7:30 P. M. The Church 
issues a monthly paper, "The Mayflower." 

PiEP.CE STP.EET CoNGREGATioifAL Chuech. Loca- 
tion — Northwest corner of Pierce and Green streets. 
Rev. Philip Coombe, Pastor; residence, 3335 Wash- 
ington street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. ji. 
Sunday School after morning service; Edward Wey- 
man and Wm. M. Statham, Superintendents. 

Pilgrim Chapel. Location— Edinburgh street, 
near Persia avenue. John Kemp, Superintendent. 
Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. 

Richmond Congregational Chitkch. Location 
—Corner Seventh avenue and Clement street. Ser- 
vices every Sunday at 7:30 p. M. Rev. Philip 
Coombe, Pastor; residence, 3335 Washington street. 
Sunday School at 10:45 a. m., Jackson Donogh and 
Miss Mattie Hook, Superintendents; Young People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor, Sunday at 6:45 p. m. 
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Swedish Church. Location— North side of Jessie 
street, between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. Carl An- 
derson, Pastor; residence, 36 Washington avenue. 
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Third Congeegational Chuech. Location- 
South side of Fifteenth street, between ValeHcia and 
Mission streets. Rev. William Rader, Pastor; 
residence, 23 Hill street. This Church was founded 
In 1863. It has an enrolled membership of nearly 300, 
a Sunday School enrollment of over 400, and a 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of 100; 
Its sittings are free; it is supported by the willing 
offerings given weekly; it has a plain house of wor- 
ship, but well adapted for its varied forms of Chris- 
tian activities; it has a Woman's Foreign Mission So- 
ciety and a Woman's Home Mission Society, a 
Woman's Christian Temperance Union, a Mother's 
Monthly Meeting, an Aid Society, a Junior Christian 
Endeavor Society, a young Men's Club and a Boys' 
Brigade; there is a first-class stereoptican in the 
Church for illustrative work of all kinds. C. B. 
Williams, Chairman of Board of Trustees; John D. 
McKee, Superintendent of Sunday School. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Chapel of the Good Samaritan. Located 
at the Church Missions House, 249 Second street. 
Rev. William Ingraham Kip, Jr., in charge. Ser- 
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 9:30 A. M. Services for gentlemen every 
Friday at 8 p. m. 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Location— 
Steiner street, between Union and Green. Sunday 
services, 7 and 11:15 a. m., the Holy Eucharist; 
Week day services, dally, 7:30 a.m.; the Holy Eu- 
charist, Friday, 8 p. m.; Compline. The church is 
open throughout the day. W. W. Bolton, M. A., 
Parish Priest; address, 2311 Union street. 



Cnx'ECH OP THE Advent. Location— P^ast side of 
Eleventh street, between Market and Mission. Rev. 
J. A. Emery, Rector; residence, 41 Eleventh street; 
Rev. H. B. Monges, Assistant Rector. Services on 
Sundays, Holy Communion, 7 a. m.; morning prayer 
and preaching at 11 A. m.; evening services,7:45p. m. 

Geace Church. Location— southeast corner of 
California and Stockton streets. Rev. R. C. Foute, 
Rector. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 
p. M.; Friday at 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

St. Alban's Church. Location— Foresters' Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 
AVm. G. Badger, Superintendent. Connected with 
the Sunday School are the Society of St. Alban's 
Gleaners, which meet every Sunday at 11 a. m. ; also 
Lodge of Golden Links, which meets at 3 p. m. Both 
are also connected with St. Alban's Church. 

St. Andrew's Mission. Connected with St. 
Peter's Parish. Location— Corner Pacific and Leav- 
enworth. Services every Sunday at 4 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 3: 30 p. M. 

St. Cornelius' Chapel. Location— Presidio. Rev. 
D. O. Kelley, Acting Chaplain; residence, 204 Lom- 
bard street. Services every Sunday at 10:30 a. m.; 
Holy Communion, third Sunday in each month at 8 
a.m. ; Sunday School at 2 p. m. 

St. James' Mission (Diocese of California). Loca- 
tion—Clement street, near Sixth avenue. Hobart 
Chetwood, Rector. Sunday services, 10:45 a. m. only; 
Sunday School at 12:15 p. m. 

St. John's Church. Location — Fifteenth and 
Julian avenue, between Valencia and Mission streets. 
Rev. Dr. E. B. Spalding, Rector; residence, 3300 Wash- 
ington street. Associate priests. Rev. E. B. Church, 
10:36 Valencia street; Rev. W. A. M. Breck, 106 Julian 
avenue, and Rev. T. J. Lacy, 3300 Washington street. 
This church was established In November, 1857. 
Services are held every Sunday at 7 and 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. M.; also on holy days at 7 a. m.; full choral 
service on Sunday evening, 7:45; daily services, 
excepting Saturday, at 10:30 a. m., Friday at 11 a. m.; 
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

Holy Innocents' Mission of St. John's Church. 
Situated on Fair Oaks street, between Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth streets. Services are held there 
by the clergy of St. John's as follows: Every Sun- 
day at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School at 
9:30 a.m. 

Good Sheperd Mission of St. John's Church. Hall, 
corner of Seventeenth and Noe streets. Sunday 
School at 2:45 p. M. 

St. Luke's Church. Location— Van Ness avenue 
and Clay street. Rev. Wm. Hall Moreland, M. A., 
Rector; residence, 1620 Jackson street; Rev. William 
Carson Shaw, Assistant; Sunday services at 8 a. m.. 
Holy Communion; Sunday School and Children's 
Service, 9:30 a. m.; Boys' Bible Class, 10 a. m.; morn- 
ing prayer and sermon at 11 a. m.; Holy Communion 
on first Sundays and greater festivals; Brotherhood 
of St. Andrew Bible class for young men, 6:30 p. m.; 
evensong and sermon at 7:45 p. M. Week days: 
Saints' days. Holy Communion at 9: 30 a. m. ; all week 
days, daily, at 9:30 a. m. and 4:30 P. M. Addresses, 
Wednesday and Friday afternoons. 

St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church. 
Location— California street, near Fillmore. Rev. W. 
M. Reilly, rector; residence, 2822 California street. 
Services every Sunday at 7:30 and 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

St. Peter's Church. Location— Corner Stockton 
and Filbert streets. Rev. Mardon D. Wilson, Rector; 
residence, 208 Lombard street. Services: Holy 
Communion, first Sunday of the month at 11 a. m.; 
every Sunday at 7:30 a. m.; Morning prayer and ser- 
mon at 11 a. m.; Evensong and sermon at 7:30 p. m. 
Full vested choir of men and boys. Sunday School 
at 9:45 a. m.; St. Andrew's Brotherhood, second and 
fourth Thursdays at 7:30 P. m. 

St. Stephen's Church. Location— North side of 
Fulton street, between Webster and Fillmore streets. 
Rev. E. J. Lion, pastor; residence, 8.32 Fulton street. 
Services Sundays at 7 a. m. (except first), 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. m.; holy days at 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 
9:30 A. M.; Bible class at 6:30 P. M. 

Trinity Episcopal Chuech. Location— north- 
east corner Bush and Gough streets. Rev. George 
Edward Walk, M. A., Rector; residence, 1621 Bush 
street. Services every Sunday at 11a. m. and 7:30 
p. M.; Holy Communion at 11a. m., first and third 
Sundays in the month, and on all holy days; Sunday 
School at 9:30 a. m; Brotherhood of St. Andrew meets 
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EVANGELICAL. 

Emanuel Chukch of the Evangelical Asso- 
-oiATioN. Location — West side of Twelfth street, be- 
tween Market and Mission. Rer. Hermann Cordes, 
Pastor; residence, 20;^ Twelfth street. Services 
every Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 9:30 a. m. 

First English Evangelical Lutheban Chubch. 
Location — East side Geary street, near G-ough. Rev. 
O. H. Gruver, Pastor; residence, 1502 Laguna street. 
Services on Sunday at 11 a. h. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School 9:45 A. M. ; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 
p. M.; study hours, 9 to 12 a. m. 

German Evangelical St. Paul's Church. Loca- 
tion—Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission. Rev. Paul Branke, 
Pastor; residence, 1419 Howard street. Services In 
German at 10:45 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School 
at 9:15 A. M. Ladles' Society meets first Thursday In 
month at 2 p. m. 

Our Saviour's Scandinavian Evangelical Lu- 
theran Church. Location — Howard street, between 
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets. Rev. B. Harstad, 
Pastor; residence, 1631 Howard. Services every Sun- 
day at 10:45 a. m. and 8 P. M.; Sunday School at 9:80 
A. M.; Young People's Society meets every Tuesday 
evening at 8 o'clock; the Ladles' Aid Society meets 
the first Wednesday of each month at 8 p. m. Bible 
reading every Thursday at 8 p. m. 

Salem Evangelical Church (German). Loca- 
tion — Northeast corner Twenty-second and Shotwell 
streets. Rev. Fred Cordes, Pastor; residence, 737 
Shotwell street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. 
and 7:45 p. M. ; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

St. Johannes' German Evangelical Lutheran 
Chueoh. Location — Twenty-second street, between 
Howard and Capp. Rev. J. H. Schroeder, Pastor; 
residence, 2723 Mission street. Services every Sun- 
day at 10:45 A. M., and Wednesday at 7:45 p. ii.; Sun- 
day School at 9:15 A. M.; Ladies' Aid Society, Young 
Men's Society and Young Ladles' Society are con- 
nected with the church. 

St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. 
Location — West side Mason street, between Jackson 
and Pacific streets. Rev. J. G. Mangold, Pastor; 
residence, 1315 Mason street. Services on Sunday at 
10:45 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School at 9:15 a. M. 

St. Mark's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Location— South side O'Farrell street, be- 
tween Franklin and Gough streets. Rev. J. Fuen- 
dellng. Pastor; residence, 705 Bush street. Services 
every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 
School at 9:30 A. M. 

St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran Church. 
Location— East side of Eleventh street, between 
Market and Mission streets. Rev. Herman Gehrcke, 
Pastor; residence, 546 Turk street. Services every 
Sunday, In German, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sun- 
day School at 9:30 a. m. 

St. Paulus' German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Location — Southeast corner Eddy and 
Gough streets. Rev. J. M. Buehler, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 515 Golden Gate avenue. Services every Sab- 
bath at 10:30 a. m. In German, and at 7:45 P. M. in 
English; Sunday School at 9:15 A. M. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezer 
Church. Location—North side Mission street, be- 
tween Eighth and Ninth streets. Rev. E. Nelander, 
Ph.D., Pastor; residence, 1515 Mission street. Ser- 
vices, In Swedish, every Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 
8 p. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Services are 
conducted in the English language on the second 
and fourth Sunday evenings of each month. 

United Evangelical Church (German). Loca- 
tion— 435 Twenty-first street. Rev. Charles A. Rab- 
Ing, Pastor; residence, 945 Shotwell street. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 9:30 a.m. Prayer meeting every Tuesday 
at 8 p. m. 

GREEK CATHOLIC. 

Russian Cathedeal. Location— West side Powell 
street, near Filbert. Right Rev. Nicholas, Bishop of 
Alaska and Aleutian Islands (regular) ; Rev. N. S. 
Greenkevitch (secular); Rev. N. G. Metropolsky 
(secular); Rev. D. N. KamnefE, Deacon (secular); 
Rev. N. P. Rensky, Subdeacon (secular); Rev. Th. 
Pashkovsky, Reader (secular); Rev. P. Popofl, 
Reader (secular); Rev. Aklm Zoubkovsky, Reader 
(secular). Services— Tuesdays, 5 p. m.; Wednesdays, 
7:30 A. m.; Fridays, 5 p. m.; Saturdays, 7:30 a. m. and 
7 p. M. ; Sundays, 9 a. m. and 7 p. m. 



HEBREW. 

Congregation Beth-Israel. Location of Syna- 
gogue — South side Geary street, between Octavla 
and Laguna streets. Rev. M. S. Levy, Rabbi; resi- 
dence, 1359 Post street. Rev. J. Rabinowitz, Cantor; 
residence, 1217 Webster street. Services are held 
dally, morning and evening, at usual hour. A school 
for the religious education of the youth, with 300 
pupils, is conducted in the vestry rooms of the Syna- 
gogue building. S. Peckerman, President; Marcus 
Levy, Secretary. Office, 226 Bush street. 

Congregation Beth - Menachim Streisand. 
Location— 335, 337 Minna street, between Fourth and 
Fifth streets. Rev. Simon Goldstein, Cantor. Ser- 
vices every morning and evening. Service on Satur- 
day at8:30 a. m. Isaac Baer, President; DavidLande, 
Secretary. 

Congregation Chebra Tehillim. Location — 
954 Folsom street. D. Markowltz, President; S. 
Roberts, Secretary. Services every morning and 
evening. 

Congregation Emanu-El. This society em- 
braces 400 members, or 2,000 souls. Its Sabbath 
School of 300 children is conducted in connection 
with the Synagogue. The society was founded in 
1850, and In 1866 dedicated its magnificent Syna- 
gogue on Sutter street, between Powell and Stock- 
ton. The following are the officers of the society— 
A. Anspacher, President; Raphael Peixotto, Vice- 
President; Henry Wangenheim, Secretary; Llpp- 
man Sachs, Treasurer; Emanuel Levy, Stated Clerk; 
S. Rosener, Sexton. Rev. Dr. Jacob Voorsanger is 
the Rabbi of the Congregation and Rev. E. J. Stark 
Is the Cantor. Connected with the Congregation Is 
also a Bible Institute, a Confirmation Class and the 
Emanu-El Sisterhood for Personal Service. The 
Sisterhood has headquarters for work at Ninth and 
Natoma streets. 

Nevah Zedek. Location — 943 Mission street, be- 
tween Fifth and Sixth streets. H. Kramer, Presi- 
dent. Hours of service: Every morning and evening; 
Sabbath, 8:30 a. m. 

Congregation Ohabai Shalome. Location — 
Bush street, near Laguna. Rev. Dr. Julius Fryer, 
Rabbi. Rev. David Meyerson, Cantor; residence, 
1434 O'Farrell street. Services Friday at 5: :30 p. m.; 
Saturday at 10 a. m.; Sabbath School, Saturday, 9 to 
11 A. M. ; Sunday, 10 to 12 a. m. 

Congregation Shaaei Zedek. Location— North- 
east corner California and Stockton. Pulpit vacant. 
Samuel Polack, President; Thomas Cohn, Secre- 
tary. Services every Friday and Saturday evening and 
Monday and Thursday at 6:30 a. m. 

Congregation Sherith Israel. Location — 
Northeast corner Post and Taylor streets. Rabbi, 
Dr. Jacob Nieto; residence, 2203 Sutter street; 
Louis Brown, President; Michael Gold water, Vice- 
President; Alexander L. Badt, Secretary; Charles 
Harris, Treasurer; Abraham Leszynsky, Sexton; 
David L. Davis, Cantor. 

Congregation Tifeees Israel. Location— 1036 
Folsom street. Louis Snider, President; Kassel 
Frank, Secretary. Services every morning. 



METHODIST. 

Rev. Daniel A. Goodsell, LL.D.. Resident Bishop of 
the Methodist Episcopal Church for the Pacific 
Coast; residence, 435 Buchanan street. Book depos- 
itory, 1037 Market street. Presiding Elder, John F. 
Coyle, D. D.; residence, Los Gatos. Presiding Elder 
of the California District, California German Con- 
ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. 
George Guth; residence, 2112 Howard street. 

California Steeet Methodist Episcopal 
Chuech. Location — Corner of Broderlck and Cali- 
fornia streets. Rev. W. R. Goodwin, D. D., Pastor; 
residence, 2829 California street. Sunday services at 
11 a.m. and 7:30 p. M.; class meeting, 10 A. m.; Sun- 
day school, 12:30 p. M.; Epworth League, 6:45 P. M. ; 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. Location— Bush street, between Gough and 
Octavla streets. Rev. R. J. Briggs, D. D.. Pastor; 
residence, 1423b Geary street. Services: Sunday, 11 
A. M. and 7:30 p. M.; Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; L. M. 
Shuck, Superintendent; residence, 1625 Buchanan 
street; Epworth League: Devotional service, Sunday 
evening, 6:30; literary meeting, Friday evening, 7:30; 
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Central Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion—Mission street, between Sixth and Seventh 
streets. Rev. E. E. Dllle, D. D., Pastor; residence, 1210 
Mission street. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
p. M. ; Sunday school, 1 p.m.. R. V. Watt, Superinten- 
dent; prayer meeting Wednesday evening; Young 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor; Sunday 
evening at 6:30. 

Chinese Mission House of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church. Location— 916 Washington 
street. Superintendent, Rev. F. J. Masters. D. D.; As- 
sistant, Rev. Chan Hon Fan. Sunday services, 12:.S0 
a. II., 7:30 p. M. Xight 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. Ida Hull. Mrs. Ballenger. 
Matron. Visitors In Chinatown, Miss S. Williams 
and Miss Oy Tuk. 

Branches of work in Sacramento. Oakland, San 
Jose, Modesto, Berkeley, Stockton and Salinas. 

Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion— i.'orner Twenty-sixth and Church streets. Rev. 
F. K. Baker, Pastor; residence, 314 Thirtieth street. 
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:.S0 P. ii.: 
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; prayer meeting 
Wednesday evening; Junior League, Friday at 3::30 
p. M. 

Fifteenth Avenue Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Location— Fifteenth avenue South, be- 
tween X and P streets. Rev. E. M. Hill. Pastor; 
residence. Fourteenth avenue, near Railroad avenue. 
Sunday services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M.; Sunday 
School at 12:30 p. M. 

First African Methodist Episcopal Ziok 
Church. Location— West side of Stockton street, 
lietween Clay and Sacramento. Rev. J. P. Meacham, 
Pastor: residence, 1416 Jackson street. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:.30 p. M.; Sunday School 
at 1:30 p. M.: prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:. 30 p. ji. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion—Powell street, between Washington and Jack- 
son streets. Rev. Thomas Filben, S. S., Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1201 Taylor street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. ii. 

First Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location-South side Howard street, between Eighth 
and Xinth streets. Rev. C. A. Anderson, Pastor; 
residence, 126 Thirteenth street. Services on Sunday 
at 11 A. ii. and 8 p. m.; Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.: 
Young People's Society meets on Friday at 8 and 
Sunday at 7:30 P. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:45 p. II. 

German Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion— Folsom street, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Rev. G. J. Schultz, Pastor; residence, 864b Folsom 
street. Services every Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 
p. m.; Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m.: prayer meeting 
Wednesday at 7:45 p. M. 

Grace Methodist Church. Location— Corner 
Twenty-first and Capp streets. Rev. M. F. Colburn, 
D. D., Pastor; residence, 938 Twenty-first street. Sun- 
day services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Howard Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location— Howard street, between Second and Third. 
Rev. W. W. Case, D. D., Pastor; residence. 214 
Powell Street. Services on Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7:30 

p .M. 

Japanese Methodist Episcopal Mission and 
Church. Location— 1329 Pine street. Rev. M. C. 
Harris, Presiding Elder; Rev. K. Ghlzaka. Pastor. 
Services. Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. T. Fujiwara. 
Principal Training School. Organized into a Mission, 
September, 18S6; into a district embracing the Pacific 
Ccjast and the Hawaiian Islands, September. 1893. 
There are in the district nine organized churches: 
Oakland, Fresno, Sacramento, Vacaville, San Jose 
and Portland, Oregon, and two In Honolulu. Mem- 
bership, Including probationers, over one thousand. 

PoTRERO Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion—Tennessee street, south of Solano. Rev. W. S. 
LTrmy, Pastor; residence, 323 Mississippi street. 
Sabbath services at 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.; 
Sabbath School at 12 M.; Young People's Meeting, 
6::30p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Second African Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location— West side Powell, between Jackson and 
Pacific streets. Rev. Ezekiel Cottman, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1132 Broadway. Sunday services, 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 p. m. 

Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Location— Hayes and Buchanan streets. 
Rev. John Stephens. Pastor; residence, 309 Haight 



street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 
7::^0p.m.; SundaySchool at 12:30p. m., C. B. Perkins, 
Superintendent; Epworth League at 6:30 p. m., A. A. 
Briggs, President; prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:45 p.m.; Junior Epworth League, Friday at 3:30 
p. M., Miss Weldon, Superintendent. 

St. John's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Location— 810 Army street. Rev. William 
Schuldt, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. 
and 7 p. m. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
CnuKCH. Location — Broadway, between Stock- 
ton and Powell streets. Rev. Frederick Bonn, 
Pastor; residence, 709^.^ Green street. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 P. m.; meeting of Young 
People's Society at 7 p. m.; Sabbath School at 9:30 
A. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion—Corner Market and Sixteenth streets. Rev. 
W. S. Bovard, Pastor; residence, 13 Beaver street. 
Services every Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7:.30 p. m.; prayer 
meeting Wednesday at 7:30 P. M.; Epworth League, 
Sunday at 6:30 p. m.; Sunday school at 12:30 P. M., 
John Dyar, Superintendent. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Calvart Presbyterian Church. Location— 
Xorthwest corner Geary and Powell streets. Rev. 
John Hemphill, D. D., Pastor; residence, 2020 Broad- 
way. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 
P.M.; Sabbath School, 12:30 P.M.; Young People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. 

Emmanuel Mission. Location — 928 Harrison 
street, near Fifth. Sunday School meets at 2:30 p.m; 
Junior Christian Endeavor Society, Friday at 3:30 
p. m. Superintendent, Rev. James Woodworth; 
residence, 1713 Lexington avenue, near Eighteenth 
street. 

First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. 
Location— 1358 Market street, between Seventh and 
Eighth. Rev. J. P. Dickson, Pastor. Services, 11 
A. M. and 7:30 p. M.; Sabbath School, 12:30 p. M.; 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor, 8:30 
p. M. 

First Presbyterian Church. Location— South- 
east corner Van Xess avenue and Sacramento street. 
Rev. Robert Mackenzie, D. D., Pastor; residence, 2021 
California street; Rev. E. H. Jenks, Associate Pas- 
tor; George Underbill, Superintendent of Sunday 
School. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 
p. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:45 p. m.; Chris- 
tian Endeavor, Sundays, 6:30 p. M.; Boys' Brigade. 
Sundays, 6:30 P. M.; Sunday School, 12:45 p. M. John 
F. Kennedy, President of Board of Directors; Samuel 
Irving, Clerk of Session. 

First United Presbyterian Church. Loca- 
tion— Xortheast corner Golden Gate avenue and 
Polk street. Rev. M. M. Gibson, D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence at the Church Manse, 1518 Fulton street. Ser- 
vices at the Church every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 
7::oOp. M. This Church has three Sabbath Schools; 
first at 9:30 a. m. and second at 12:30 p. m., 
both at the church ; third, a Mission School 
at the Manse on Fulton street, between Baker 
and Lyon streets, at 2:.30 p. M. The Junior 
and Senior Endeavorers each Sabbath evening from 
5:45 to 7:30; Ladies' Meetings, 2:30 P. M. Fridays; 
Bible Reading Circle, Fridays at 8 p. m. 

Franklin Street Presbyterian Church. Lo- 
cation — Southwest corner Franklin and Vallejo 
streets. Rev. Geo. D. B. Stewart, Pastor; residence, 
1804 Green street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. 
and 7:30 P. M.; Young People's Society of Christian 
Endeavor at 6:30 P. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 P. M. 

Holly Park Presbyterian Church. Location — 
.3411 Mission street. Rev. D. M. Gillies, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 104 McLellan street. Sunday services at 
11 X. M. and 8 P. m.; Sunday School at 10 a. m.. 
Rev. D. M. Gillies, Superintendent. Christian En- 
deavor Society meets at 7 p. m. 

Howard Presbyterian Church. Location — 
Southwest corner of Oak and Baker streets. Rev. 
F. R. Farrand, Pastor; residence, 318 Scott street. 
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 
6::50 P. M.; Sabbath School at 9:30 a. m.; prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

Japanese Presbyterian Church and Mission. 
Location— 121 Haight street. E. A. Sturge, M. D., 
Superintendent. Day and evening educational 
classes; religious services Sunday anc 
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Lebanon Peesbytekian Chukch. Location — 
Southeast corner Twenty-third and Sanchez streets. 
Rev. Donald M. Ross, Pastor; residence, southwest 
corner Twenty-third and Douglass streets. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. 

Memorial Peesbytekian Church. Location- 
Eighteenth avenue and Latona street. Rev. Herbert 
N. Bevier, Pastor; residence, 18 Latona street. Or- 
ganized March 23, 1871. Services every Sabbath at 
11 A. M. and 7:45 p. M.; Sabbath School at 9:45 a. m.; 
prayer meeting "Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

Mizpah Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Harrison street, near Fifth. Rev. F. A. Doane, Pas- 
tor; residence, 525 Harrison street. Services are 
held every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sabbath 
School at 9:30 a. m., Warren M. Poorman, Superin- 
tendent; Young People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor (Junior and Senior) at 6:45 p. M.; prayer 
meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:45. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church. Location— Mis- 
sissippi street, between Napa and Butte streets. 
Rev. Eber G. Mathena, D. D., Pastor; residence, 
220 Mississippi street. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 
p. M. Sunday School at 9:50 a. m.; T. P. S. C. E. 
meeting, Sunday at 6:30p.m.; Junior Endeavor meet- 
ing, Sunday at 3 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday 
at 7:45 p. M. 

Presbyterian Chinese Church and Mission. 
Location— 911 Stockton street, between Clay and 
Washington streets. Rev. I. M. Condit, Superin- 
tendent; residence, 262 Thirteenth street, Oakland. 

Stewart Memorial United Presbyterian 
Church. Location— Guerrero street, between Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-third. Rev. E. B. Stewart, 
Pastor; residence, 1029 Guerrero street. Services 
every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sabbath 
School at 12:30 p. m.; Young People's Society of 
Christian Endeavor at 6:.30 p. m.; Midweek meeting 
for social worship, Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Southeast corner of California and Octavia streets. 
Rev. Samuel J. Kennedy, Pastor. Services every Sun- 
day at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 9:45 
A. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Trinity Presbyterian Church. Location — 
Southwest corner Twenty-third and Capp streets. 
Rev. J. C. Smith, Pastor; residence, 2527 Howard 
street. Sunday services at 11a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Welsh Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street. Rev. R. Vaughan 
Griffith, Pastor; residence, 514a Twenty-first street. 
English services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and Welsh 
service at 7:30 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:30 P. M. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. Loca- 
tion—South side of Fell street, between Octavia and 
Laguna. Rev. Henry C. Minton, D. D., Pastor; 
residence, San Anselmo, Marin Co. Services every 
Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School 
at 12:30 p. M., Frank M. Greenwood, Superinten- 
dent; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m.; 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor meet 
Sunday evening at 6:30. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Most Rev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishop; Rev. P. C 
Yorke, Chancellor; Rev. P. E. Mulligan, Secretary; 
residence, 1122 Eddy street. 

All Hallows' Church. Location— Corner of Six- 
teenth avenue and N street. South San Francisco. 
Rev. P. A. Foley, Rector; residence. Railroad avenue, 
near Susquehanna street; Rev. James Melvin, As- 
sistant Rector; residence. Fifteenth avenue, near N 
street. Masses on Sundays at 8 and 10 a. m., and on 
week days at 7:30 a. m.; vespers at 7:30 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 2 p. M. 

Catholic Apostolic Church. Location— 3776 
Eighteenth street. Rev. William M. Pearl, Pastor. 

Church of St. Charles Borromeo. Location- 
Northwest corner of Eighteenth and Shotwell streets. 
Rev. P. J. Cummins, Pastor; Rev. W. G. O'Mahony. 
Assistant Pastor. Masses Sundays and holy days of 
obligation at 6:30, 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers at 
1 :30 P. m. School for boys and girls conducted by the 
Sisters of the Holy Cross. 

Church of the Holy Cross. Location— Eddy 
street, between Scott and Devlsadero. Rev. John 
F. McGinty, Pastor; residence, 1820 Eddy street; Rev. 
Joseph P. McQuaide, Assistant Pastor. Masses on 
Sunday at 7, 8:30, 9:30 and 11 a. m.; high mass at 10:30 



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A. M.; week days at 8 a. m.; vespers and benediction 
at l-.m P. M.; Gentlemen's Sodality of Blessed Virgin 
meeting, third Sunday in each month at 8 p. m.; 
Young Men's Society of Holy Cross meetings, first 
and third Mondays at S p. m.: Young Ladies' Sodality 
of Immaculate Conception meetings, first Sunday 
and third Friday at 8 p. m.; Holy Angels Sodality 
meets every Friday at 4 p. m.; devotions every first 
Friday at 7:30 p. M. 

Mission Dolores Church. Location— Sixteenth 
and Dolores streets. Rev. R. P. Brennan, Pastor; 
residence, west side of Sixteenth street, near Do- 
lores. Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6, 8, 9 
and 10:30 A. M.; vespers at 7:30 P. M. Rev. J. Stokes 
and Rev. Joseph M. Gleason, Assistant Pastors. Sun- 
day School attendance, 600. Societies connected with 
the Church are: Infant Jesus Sodality, 115 mem- 
bers; Clients of Mary Sodality, 195 members; St. Vin- 
cent de Paul, 90 members; League of the Sacred 
Heart, 600 members; League of the Cross, 60 members. 

Notre Dame des Victoires. Location— North 
side Bush street, between Grant avenue and Stock- 
ton. Rev.Emile Gente, S. M., Rector; residence, 526 
Bush street; Rev. A. Loude, S. M.. and Rev. Maurice 
Rousselon, S. M., Assistants. Sunday services at 7, 8, 9 
and 11 A. m. and 7:30 P. M.; week-day masses at 7, 7:30 
and 8 a. m.; Catechism every Saturday at 10 a. m. 
Office hours— 8 a. m. to 12 m. and 1 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. 

Sacred Heart Church. Location— South side of 
Fell street, between Webster and Fillmore streets. 
Rev. James Flood, Pastor; residence, 550 Fillmore 
street. Sunday services and holy days: Masses at 
6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 a. m.; vespers at 7:30 p. m.; mass 
on weekdays at 7 a. m. 

St. Agnes' Church. Location— West side of Ma- 
sonic avenue, between Page and Oak streets. Rev. 
Wm. P. Kirby, Pastor; residence, 2224 Halght street. 
Masses on Sundays and holy days at 7:30 and 9:30 
A.M.: vespers at 7:30 p. M.; Sunday School after 9:30 
mass; mass on week days at 7:.30 a. m. 

St. Anthony's Church. Location— Army street, 
between Shotwell and Folsom. Rev. Leo Bruener. 
O. S. F., Rector. 

St. Boniface's Church (German). Location- 
South side of Golden Gate avenue, between Jones 
and Leavenworth streets. Served by the Franciscan 
Fathers, Rev. Maximilian Neumann, O. S. F., Su- 
perior. Masses on Sundays at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 
a.m.; vespers at 7:30 p. m.; masses on week days at 
5:30, 7 and 8 a. m.; Sunday School Immediately after 
the 9 o'clock mass. There Is also a Parochial School 
in connection with the Church, conducted by one 
male teacher and six Sisters of St. Dominic. 

St. Brendan's Church. Location— Northeast cor- 
ner of Fremont and Harrison streets. Rev. John F. 
Nugent, Rector; residence, 320 Harrison street. 
Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6:30, 8, 8:45 and 11 

A. m.; week-day masses at 6:30, 7 and 7:30 a. m.; 
vespers at 7:30 p. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.; 
attendance, 225; Rev. J. J. Gannon, Assistant Rector. 
Societies connected with the Church are: League of 
the Sacred Heart, Children of Mary Sodality, Holy 
Angels' Sodality, Holy Childhood Sodality, St. Vin- 
cent de Paul Society. 

St. Brigid's Church. Location— Van Ness ave- 
nue and Broadway. Rev. John E. Cottle, Rector; 
residence, 2111 Van Ness avenue; Rev. M. Ryan and 
Rev. B. McKinnon, Assistant Rectors. Masses on 
Sundays at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10:45 a. m.; vespers at 7:30 
p. M.; week day masses at 6, 7, and 7:30 a. m.; Sunday 
School attendance, 425. Societies connected with 
the Church are: Clients of Mary Sodality, 140 mem- 
bers; St. Aloystus' Sodality, 60 members; League of 
the Cross. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. Loca- 
tion—Northwest corner of Bush and Steiner streets. 
Served by the Dominican Fathers. Very Rev. 

B. M. Doogan, Rector. Masses Sunday at 6, 7, 8, 8:45, 
9:30 and 10:30 A. M.; procession of the rosary confra- 
ternity on the first Sunday of each month; proces- 
sion of the Holy Name confraternity on the second 
Sunday of each month, followed by sermon and ben- 
ediction at 7:30 p. M.; masses week days at 6, 6:30, 7 
and 8 a. m. 

St. Dominic's Monastery. Location— Corner 
Bush and Steiner streets. Very Rev. Father 
B. McGovern, O. P., Prior. Masses on Sundays at 6, 7, 
8, 8:4.5, 9:30 and 10:30 a. m.; on week days at 6, 6:30, 7 
and 8 A. M.; rosary, sermon and benediction Sunday 
evenings at 7:.30; rosary and meditation every even- 
ing at 7:30; rosary procession every first Sunday of 
every month at 7:30; Holy Name procession second 
Sunday of every month at 7:30. 



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St. Fkaxcis" Church. Location — Corner Vallejo 
street and Montgomery avenue. Rev. J. G. Conlan, 
Rector; residence, 620 Vallejo street; Rev. T. B. 
Duffy and Rev. M. J. Giles, Assistant Rectors. Sun- 
day masses at 7, 8:45, 9:30 and 11 a. m., the mass at 9:30 
being the children's mass; vespers, sermon and ben- 
ediction Sunday at 7:30 P. M.; dally mass, 7:30 a. si. 

St. Ignatius' Chukch 
Hayes street, near Van Nes 

the Fathers of the Society of .Jesus, connected with 
St. Ignatius' College. Masses on Sundays and holy 
days at 5, .5:30, 6:30, 7:30. 8:.30, 9:30 and 10:80 a. m.; 
rosary at 7:15 p.m.; vespers at 7:30 p. ii.; sermon 
and benediction at 8 p. M;. masses on week days at 

5. 5:45, 6:30, 7:15 and 8 a. ii.; rosary and other devo- 
tional exercises at 7:30 P. M.; Gentlemen's Sodality 
at 7:30 a. m.; Father Leggio, S. .J., Director. Ladies' 
Sodality at 7:.30 a. m., on third Sunday of month; 
Father Maraschi, S. J., Director. Boys' Sodalitv at 
x:.30a. m.; Mr. George Butler, S. J., Director. Con- 
fessions heard at all times; in Sodality Chapel, for 
males only, 7 to 9 p. m., Saturday. 

St. James' Church. Location— Twenty-third and 
Guerrero streets. Rev. P. R. Lynch, Rector; resi- 
dence, 1032 Guerrero street. Rev. P. J. 0' onnor. 
Assistant Rector. Order of masses: 7, 9 and 10:.30 
A. M. Sundays; 7 a. m. daily; childrens' mass, 9 a. m. 
Sundays; vespers and benedction, 7:30 P. m. Sunday 
School attendance, 475. Societies connected with 
the church are: Immaculate Conception Sodality. 
100 members; Children of Mary, 65 members; Young 
Ladies', 69 members; Young Mens', 55 members: 
League of the Sacred Heart. 1000 members; St. Vin- 
cent de Paul Society. 20 members; League of the 
Cross, 250 members. 

St. Joseph's Chup.ch. Location— Tenth, between 
Folsom and Howard streets. Rev. P. Scanlan, Rec- 
tor; residence, 214 Tenth street; Rev. J. Collins, Rev. 
J. McDonnell and Rev. E. J. Doran, Assistant Rectors. 
Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 
A. M., and at 9 o'cloclj in the hall, for children onlv; 
vespers at7:30p. M.; massesonweek days at6:30aud 
7:30 A. M.; solemn requiem mass at 9 a. m. (This 
hour can be changed for special causes.) Business 
hours, 9 to 10 a. m. and 7 to 8:30 p. M. Sunday school 
at 9 a. m., attendance 310; Parochial School, attend- 
ance 1,047. Societies connected with the church are: 
Sodality of the Immaculate Conception, 200 mem- 
bers; Sodality of Children of Mary and Holy Angels, 
332 members; St. Vincent de Paul Society. 1-25 mem- 
bers. 

St. ALiRY's Church (Paulist Fathers). Location— 
Xortheast corner California and Dupont streets. 
Rev. Henry H. Wyman. C. S. P., Superintendent and 
Rector; Rev. Arthur M. Clark. C. S. P.. Rev. Sam- 
uel B. Hedges, C. S. P.; Rev. Francis B. Dohertv. 
C. S. P., Rev. M. Otis, C. S. P.. are in charge. Masses 
on Sundays at 6:30, 7:. 30, 9 and 11 a. m.: vespers and 
sermon at 7:45 p. m. These priests give missions and 
special courses all over the State. 

St. Mart's Cathedral. Location — Xorthwest 
corner Van JTess avenue and O'Farrell street. Most 
Rev. P. W. Riordan, Archbishop; Very Rev. J. J 
Prendergast, Vicar-General ; Rev. P. C. Yorke, Chan- 
cellor; Rev. P. E. Mulligan. Secretary; Rev. Edw. 
Dempsey, Rev. Jos. Byrne. Rev. J. B. Hannigan and 
Rev. Charles A. Ramm. Assistants; residence. 1100 
Franklin street. Masses on Sundays and holy days at 

6. 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers and benediction at 
7::30 p. M.; children's mass, in Cathedral chapel, at 
9 a. m.; masses on week days at 6 and 7 a. m. 

St. Michael's Church. Location— Broad street, 
near Plymouth avenue. Rev. James Cooper. Rector: 
residence, San Mateo. Cal. Masses on Sunday at 11 
A. m; first Sunday In each month at 9 a. m. 

St. Patrick's Church. Location— Mission street, 
between Third and Fourth. Rev. P. J. Grey. Rector; 
residence, 744 Mission street; Rev. John Brennan, Rev. 
Jas. Ferguson and Rev. R. Power. Assistant Rectors. 
Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6, 7. 8. 9 and 10::30 
A. M.; vespers at 7:30 P. M.; masses on week days at 
6:30, 7and7:.30A. M.; confessions on Saturdays" and 
eve of festivals from 3 to 6 and 7 to 10 p. m.; also on 
week days after masses; business hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 
2 to 4 and 7 to 8:30 p. M. 

St. Paul's Church. Location — Twenty-ninth 
and Church streets. Rev. M. D. Connolly, Rector; 
residence, 1628 Church street; Rev. "\V. O'Grady, 
Assistant Rector. Masses on Sunday at 7, 8:30, 9:30 
and 10:30 A. 31.; vespers at 7:30 p. m.; mass on week 
days at 7 a. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m.; attendance, 
600. Societies connected with the church are: Holy 
Name Society (Young men and boys). 120 members; 



Young Ladles' Society, 85 members; Holy Angels' 
Sodality. 110 members; St. Vincent de Paul, 140 mem- 
bers; Holy Childhood Sodality, 100 members. 

St. Peter's Church. Location— East side of Ala- 
bama street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
fifth. Rev. P. S. Casey, Rector; Rev. James McDon- 
ald and William Lyons, Assistants; pastorial resi- 
dence, 203 Twenty-fourth street. Masses on Sunday 
at 7, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; on holy days at 6, 7 and 9 a. m.; 
mass on week days at 7 a.m.; children's mass at 9 
A.M., in the hall on Florida street; Sunday School after 
the children's mass: in the boys' school for boys. In 
the convent for girls. The Parochial schools, under 
the charge of the Brothers of the Christian Schools 
and the Sisters of Mercy, accommodate the youth 
of the parish. 

St. Rose's Church. Location— Brannan street, 
near Fourth. Rev. D. F. Nugent, Rector; residence, 
5:^2 Brannan street; Rev. M. Kennealy and Rev. John 
Cullen, Assistant Rectors; residence, 532 Brannan. 
Masses at 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m.; vespers at 7:30 P.M. 
Sunday School attendance, 800; Parochial School at- 
tendance, 475. Societies connected with the church 
are: League of the Sacred Heart, 1,200 members; 
Confraternity of Bona Mors, 1,000 members; Arch- 
confraternity of Poor Souls, 180 members: Altar So- 
ciety, 181 members; Children of Mary Sodality, 70 
members; Holy Angels Sodality, 75 members; Infant 
Jesus Sodality, 148 members, and Saint Aloysius' 
Sodality, 48 members. 

St. Teresa's Church. Location— Tennessee street, 
between Butte and Solano, Potrero. Rev. P. O'Con- 
nell. Rector; Rev. William Quill, Assistant Rector; 
residence, 723 Tennessee street. Masses on Sundays 
at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; week days at 7:30 and 8 a. m. 

Sts. Pietko e Paolo Church. Location— Fil- 
bert and Dupont streets. Rev. Raphael de Carolis, 
Rector; residence, 1600 Dupont street; Rev. C. De 
Romainls, Assistant Rector. Masses on Sunday 
at 7, 9 and 10:.30 a. m. Sunday School attend- 
ance, 550. Societies connected with the church are: 
League of Sacred Heart, 400 members: Sts. Peter 
and Paul's Society, 61 members; Altar Society, 200 
members; Sts. Peter and Paul's Young Men's Sodal- 
ity. 30 members; Children of Mary Sodality, 40 mem- 
bers; Holy Angels Sodality, 125 members; Holy 
Childhood Sodality, 100 members: Sanctuary Boys' 
Society, 25 members; Sts. Peter and Paul's Y. M. 
C. Union, 45 members. 

Star of the Sea Church. Location— Northwest 
corner Point Lobos and Eighth avenues. Rev. J. P. 
C'oyle, Rector; residence. Point Lobos and Eighth 
avenues. Sunday School attendance, 70. Societies: 
Children of Mary Sodality. 15 members; Holy Angels' 
Sodality, 25 members. 

Yglesia r>E Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe. 
Location —North side Broadway, between Mason 
and Taylor streets. Rev. A. M. Santandreu. Rector; 
residence, 908 Broadway; Rev. .James Viladomat, 
Assistant Rector. Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and 
10:30 A. M.; vespers at 7:30 P. M.: masses on week 
days at 7 and 7:30 a.m. Sunday School attendance, 
150. Societies connected with the church are: Third 
(Jrder of St. Francis, 50 members; Altar Society, 50^ 
members; Perpetual Adoration. lOOmembers; Ladies 
of Christian Charity, formed to help the poor of the 
parish, has 54 members. 

CHAPELS. 

Holy Names Convent— Tenth and Howard streets. 

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

Magdalen Asylum — Potrero avenue. 

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

Notre Dame Convent — Dolores and Sl.xteenth 
streets. 

Sacred Heart Academy— Ellis and Franklin streets. 

Sacred Heart College— Eddy and Larkin 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. 

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SWEDENBOEGIAN. 

First New Jektjsalem Church. Location— 
O'Farrell street, between Webster and Fillmore, 
Bev. F. L. Hlgglns, Pastor. Services every Sunday 
at 11 A. M. and 7:45 p. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 
Evening services are not held continuously through- 
out the year, but will be advertised in the daily 
papers. In connection with the church is a free cir- 
culating library, containing Swedenborg'.s theologi- 
cal writings and the collateral works. A. W. Man- 
ning, Librarian. Library open after Sunday morn- 
ing service, or by applying at 1626 O'Farrell street on 
week days. 

Second New .Jerusalem Church. Location- 
Corner Lyon and Washington streets. Rev. Joseph 
Worcester, Pastor; residence, 1030 Vallejo street. 

UNITARIAN. 

First Unitarian Church. Location— Southwest 
corner Geary and Franklin streets, i^ev. Horatio 
Stebblns, D. D., Pastor; residence, 1609Larkin street. 
Rev. Wm. G. Eliot, .Jr., Associate Pastor; resi- 
dence, 27 Laurel street. Study at the church on Mon- 
days from 10 to 12 a. m. Cyrus O'Neil, Sexton, at the 
church, Mondays, from 8 a. ii. to 5 p. ii.; Saturdays, 
from 8 a.m. to 12m.: residence, 116 Ridley street. 
Services are held in the church every Sunday at 11 
A. M. and7 :30 P. M. The services of Communion and 
baptism are held on the first Sunday in March, .June, 
September and December. Sunday School with 
bible and Infant classes', meets at 9:45 a. m. Sunday 
School orchestra rehearsal, Thursdays at 4 p. m. 
Young People's Society (Onward Club), business 
meeting, last Saturday of each month at 8 p. m. The 
two societies of women connected with the church 
are the Society for Christian Work and the Channing 
Auxiliary, The Society for Christian Work adminis- 
ters the charities of the church; meetings, second and 
fourth Mondays in each month; Mrs. E. T. B. Mills, 
Corresponding Secretary, 2904 California street. The 
Channing Auxiliary, for the support and advance- 
ment of Unitarian ideas— Post Office Mission Com- 
mittee meets Tuesdays at 2 p. m. Applications for 
pamphlet Unitarian literature, addressed Post Office 
Mission, First Unitarian Church, will be promptly 
filled. The Channing arranges afternoon lectures 
and publishes an annual calendar. 

Second Unitarian Church. Location —Corner 
Capp .and Twentieth streets. Rev. A. J. Wells, Pas- 
tor; residence, 20 Liberty street. Sabbath services 
at 11 a. M. and 7:45 p. m. 

MISCELLANEOUS CHURCHES. 

Advent Christian Church. Location— Church 
street, between Twenty-ninth and Day. Christian 
Endeavor meeting held Sunday at 6:45 p. m. Thomas 
Howell, Elder; residence, 20 Derby place. Sunday 
services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Brethren. These brethren had their origin at 
Plymouth, England, between sixty-five and seventy 
years ago, in which country they are generally 
known as "Plymouth Brethren." They, however, 
disclaim being called by any name that would make 
them sectarian. They simply gather to the name of 
"Jesus only." They are orthodox in doctrine, and 
acknowledge no creed but the entire Word of God. 
They meet in this city in Gospel Hall, 832 Howard 
street. All correspondence to be addressed to 
Charles Montgomery, 208 Bush street. 

Catholic Apostolic Church. Location — 638 
Eighteenth street. Rev. Wm. Pearl, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 622^ Seventeenth street. Services every 
Sunday at 10 a. m. and 4:30 and 5:00 P. M. 

Christian Church (First). Location— East side 
of Twelfth street, between Howard and Mission 
streets. R. M. Campbell, Pastor. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 
9:;30 A. M.; Senior Society of Christian Endeavor 
meets at 6:30 p. m.; Junior, on Sunday at 4 p. m.; 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.; Auxiliary 
Christian Woman's Board of Missions meets first 
Thursday of each month at 2:30 p. m.; Ladies' Aid 
Society, every Thursday of each month at 10 a. m. to 
4 p. M. 

First Church of Christ (Scientist). Location- 
Beethoven Hall, .336 Post street. The Bible, Science 
and Health, with key to the Scriptures, by Rev. 
Mary Baker G. Eddy. Readers: Sue Ella Bradshaw, 
C. S. D., residence, 702 Powell street; Charles M. 
Howe, C. S. D., residence, 841 Post street. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m., including an exposition of 
the Christian Science Bible Lessons, International 
series. 



First Progressive Spiritual Church. Loca- 
tion— 997 Market. 

Friends' Meeting. A meeting of the Society of 
Friends is held every Sunday at 11 a. m. at 132 McAl- 
lister street, opposite the City Hall. Room and 
library open during the week. 

Latter Day Saints' Church of Jesus Chkist. 
Services at Academy Hall, 927 Mission street, every 
Sunday at 2 and 7 p. m. 

Mariners' Church, The. Of San Francisco; was 
organized by its present Pastor, Rev. J. Rowell, in 
1858. It finds its field for usefulness among the sea- 
men and strangers on our water front. It has a good 
and commodious house of worship on the northeast 
corner of Sacramento and Drumm streets, erected in 
1866. Here, religious meetings are held every day in 
the week, temperance meetings twice in each month, 
correspondence maintained with seamen in all parts 
of the world, a free reading room maintained (the 
first free reading room in the city), with books and 
papers in various languages, and writing materials, 
all free, social entertainments given twice a week, 
and large quantities of good reading matter supplied 
to out-bound ships. All vessels in port, and sailors' 
boarding-houses, are often visited, and all possible 
effort is made to save seamen from perils and vices, 
and make them good citizens and Christian men. 
The church is undenominational, self-governed, and 
is aided in its work by Christian and philanthropic 
people of every name. 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter-Dat Saints. Meets in Mystic Hall, Red 
Men's Building, 320 Post street. Services every Sab- 
bath at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m. They have a Sunday 
School whose session follows the morning service. 
Communion on second Sabbath of each month. They 
hold a council on Monday evening; prayer meeting 
Wednesday evening, and a literary meeting under 
Zion's Religio Society on Friday evening. Their 
minister the past year is Rev. C. A. Parkin, who is 
also the Presiding Elder of the Northern California 
District Conference. The church has always clung 
to the doctrine of one wife for one man. The chief 
feature of their church is an acceptance of the New 
Testament form of church organization, as outlined 
in Ephesians 4th chap., and an aspiration after the 
spiritual gifts named in I Cor., 12th chap., which they 
claim God in mercy bestows upon them when He 
will, not when they will. 

Salvation Army. Headquarters, 1139 Market 
street. Brigadier James Keppel, commanding Pacific 
Coast Division. 

Life Boat (men's food and shelter depot), lli 
Jackson street and 120 Oregon street. 
Women's Shelter. 553 Stevenson street. 
Children's Home. 328 Bryant street. 
Corps No. 1, Commercial street, near Kearny ; 
Corps No. 2, Sacramento and Kearny streets; Corps 
No. 3, 711 Mission street; Corps No. 4, 2417 Mission 
street; Corps No. 5, Pacific street, near Kearny; 
Corps No. 6, 1139 Market street. Corps No. 8, 616 
Merchant street; Corps No. 9, 210 Grant avenue; 
Corps No. 10, 117 Jackson street. 

Seventh Day Adtentists. Location — Laguna 
street, between Golden Gate avenue and McAllister 
street. Elder G. W. Grainger, Pastor; residence, 
410 Franklin street. Services on Saturday at 11 a. m., 
on Sunday at 7: .30 p. m. and Sunday School at 9:45 
\. M.; Wednesday evening, prayer meeting ; 
Thursday evening, missionary meeting. 

West Side Christian Church. Location- 
Bush street, between Scott and Devisadero. Rev. 
W. A. Gardner, Pastor; residence, 2.5'20 Bush street. 
Sabbath services at 10 a. m. and 8:00 p.m.; Sabbath 
School at 11 A. M.; sermon at 4:30 p. m. Miss Nettie 
E. Gardner, Superintendent. Junior Christain En- 
deavor meets at 7:30 p.m., and Senior at 6:30 p.m.; 
prayer meeting on Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Ihis 
church was organized May 
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Academy of the Sacred Heart. A chartered 
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Heart. Location— Corner of Ellis and Franklm streets. 
Its aim is to give a thorough and refined education 
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Bolte'8 Jeanke. Miss, School. Location— 2297 
Sacramento street. While all due attention is given 
to English, it Is guaranteed to teach the French and 
German languages as thoroughly and rapidly as if 
acquired abroad. 

Califiikxia School of Mechanical Aets, The. 
Incuipoiated 1885. The school was founded 
liy .hniics Lick and endowed with S540,000, 
itsoliji'it being, "To educate males and females 
in tin- practical arts of life, such as workers 
in wood. iron and stone, or any of the 
metiU.s. mill in whatever indu.stry intelligent me- 
chanical .■skill now is or can hereafter be applied, 
sucli institution to be open to all youths born in 
California. The academic buildings and shops are 
located at the corner of Sixteenth (Center street) 
and rtah streets, about one mile south of the New 
Citv Hall and one block east of Potrero avenue, ac- 
cessible by Xinth street. Tenth street and Potrero 
avenue. Otiicers — Horace Davis. President; A. S. 
Hallidie, Vice-President; James S. Bunnell, Secre- 
tary; Horace Davis, A. S. Hallidie. .John O. Earl. 
Horatio Stebbins, D. D. and James Spiers, Trustees; 
George A. Merrill, Principal. 

CoLLE&E OF XoTKE Dame. Location — Dolores 
street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. 
This institution, incorporated and empowered to con- 
fer collegiate privileges, is situated in one of the 
most agreeable and healthful portions of San Fran- 
cisco, retired, yet easy of access by the street cars. 
The building is surrounded by spacious and hand- 
somely laid-out grounds, admirably adapted for 
exercise and amusement; the rooms are sunny and 
well ventilated. The object of the Institution is to 
Impart an education, solid and refined, the course of 
instruction being well calculated to render the 
young ladies good members of society in this world, 
but, above all, to fit them for that Higher Society 
which should be the aim and end of all our life's 
work. The discipline is mild, yet firm and energetic, 
while the greatest care is taken to promote the 
health and comfort of the pupils. The course of 
studies is pursued mainly in the English language, 
but French, Spanish and German are taught with 
gratifying success. A partial course comprises 
Literature, English, Latin and modern languages: 
also any special branch desired. 

De Filippe's Academy of LAXorAOES. This 
well-known institution of learning, which was estab- 
lished in 1871, Is now pleasantly located at S20 Post 
street, opposite Union Square, and is patronized bj" 
the elite of our city. Prof. De Filippe is a graduate 
of the acadamies of Paris and Madrid. He is one of 
the foremost imparters of instruction in Spanish 
and French on the Pacific Coast. He personally 
superintends the French and Spanish classes, and he 
has a corps of first-class assistants to teach any of 
the other languages that people may desire to learn. 
In the parlors of his academy may be found foreign 
periodicals, and a large and varied library of Euro- 
pean works, free to the use of scholars. 

Hastings College of the Law. Founded 
March 26, 1878, by S. Clinton Hastings, the first Chief 
Justice of the State of California. Martin Kellogg, 
LL.D., President; Hon.WilliamH. Beatty,Sacramento, 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, ex oiflcio Presi- 
dent of Board of Directors; Charles W. Slack. Ph.B., 
LL.B., Dean and Professor of Law ; William B. Bosley, 
A. B., LL. B., Assistant Professor of Law; Warren 
Olnev. Jr., A. B., LL. B., Assistant Professor of Law; 
J. H." C. Bonte, A.M., D. D., Professor of Ethics; 
Leonard Stone, LL.B., Mills Building, Registrar. 
College exercises held in the old Hall of Pioneers, 
808 Montgomery street. 

Irving Institute. A select boarding and day 
school for young ladies, with preparatory depart- 
ment and kindergarten for children, is located at 
103« Valencia street, corner Hill, where young ladies 
are prepared for the universities, or are graduated 
upon completing its full academic course. Its build- 
ings, furnished with every modern educational ap- 
pliance, will accommodate fifty boarding pupils. Dur- 
ing the past year the attendance exceeded 123. The 
Institute is now in its nineteenth year, and has an 
alumni association of more than 100. Thorough ed- 
ucation is given in all its departments by a faculty 
of twenty teachers, resident and visiting. The 
musical and art departments are marked features of 
the school. When requested, the Institute's car- 
riage calls for pupils. Eev. Edward B. Church, M.A., 
Principal. 

Sacf.ed HEAP.T College. Located on the south- 
east corner of Eddy and Larkin streets. Founded in 
1874. Is conducted by the Brothers of the Christian 



Schools. The primary object of the Society of the 
Brothers of the Christian Schools is the moral and 
intellectual education of youth, and to give a thor- 
oughly Christian and secular education, embracing 
the classical, scientific and commercial courses. 
The scholastic year is divided Into two terms of five 
months each. The first term commences about the 
middle of July; the second on January 2. Brother 
Erminold, President. 

Sacred Heart Presentation Convent. Loca- 
tion, corner Taylor and Ellis streets. A chartered 
institution conducted by the Presentation Sisters. 
Its aim is to give a thorough and refined educa- 
tion. The school is free of charge to all denomina- 
tions. 

The San Francisco Theological Seminary. 
Organized in this city November 7, 1871. It is a 
school for the training of young men for the Gospel 
ministry, and Is under the control of the Presbyter- 
ian Synod of California. It Is governed by a board 
of twenty-four directors chosen from the Presbyter- 
ian Synods of Oregon and California. For a number 
of years it was located at 121 Haight street. Four 
years ago It moved into Its new and more commodi- 
ous buildings at San Anselmo, Marin county. The 
institution has been liberally endowed. Tuition Is 
free of expense to students of all denominations. 
Officers— Rev. William B. Noble, D.D., President; R. 
J. Trumbull, Secretary and Business Manager; 
George D. Gray, Treasurer. Business office— No. 419 
Sansome street. 

St. Joseph's Schools. Boys' school, conducted 
by the Brothers of Mary. Brother George N. Sauer, 
Principal. Average attendance nearly 700. The 
Girls' school is conducted by the Sisters of the 
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. The buildings 
are located at the corner of Tenth and Howard 
streets. 

St. Paul's German and English School. 
Connected with St. Paul's German Lutheran Church. 
Location — Corner Eddy and Gough streets. Prof. 
J. H. Hargens, Principal. 



University of the Pacific. A consolidation of 
the San Jose College, at College Park, and Napa Col- 
lege, at Napa City, universities established by and 
under the control of the California Annual Confer- 
ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Both 
institutions were consolidated in 1894, under one 
Board of Trustees, and reincorporated, with the 
principal place of business in San Francisco. The 
oflieers of the Board are I. J. Truman, Mills build- 
ing, San Francisco, President; S. E. Holden, A. M., 
Napa, Vice-President; Rev. Thomas Filben, D. D.. 
San Francisco, Secretary Office, Mills building. 

Women's Educational and Industrial Union. 
Location— 7 Van Ness avenue, where one of the 
Ladies of the Directory may be seen daily from 11 

A. M. to 4 p. M. The lessons taught embrace the 
English. German. French and Spanish languages; the 
art of painting, singing and of playing on the mando- 
lin, guitar and violin; the milliner's and dress- 
maker's arts, and those of the manicure and the 
hairdresser and the typewriter. Cooking also is 
taught. Every Tuesday evening a social entertain- 
ment is held, free to all women. Employment 
bureau for women. Officers- Mme. Louise A. 
Sorbier, President; Mrs. Paris Kilburn, Mrs. Nellie 

B. Eyster and Mrs. P. D. Hale, Vice-Presidents; 
Mrs. L. C. Eraser, Treasurer; Mrs. C. F. Kapp, Re- 
cording Secretary; Miss M. B. Sorbier, Corresponding 
Secretary. Associate Directors— Mrs. R. J. Deane, 
Mrs. E. P. Keeney, Mrs. H. Lewis and Mrs. R. 
Searles. 

ZisKA Institute. Its chief aim will ever be to 
furnish the best attainable advantages, to secure not 
merely culture, but the most healthful mental devel- 
opment. While not connected with any special de- 
nomination, the school is christian in character and 
purpose. The methods of Mme. Ziska's work will be 
preserved, modified by the results of her greater 
experience, her recent personal observation of the 
best educational institutions in America and Europe, 
and the demands of a progressive age. Located at 
lfi06 Van Ness Avenue, in the most pleasant part of 
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lu addition to the Institutions enumerated above 
are many private schools of excellent reputation. 
Urban Academy. 
Miss Lake's School. 
Miss West's School. 
Van Js^ess Seminary. 
Trinity School. 

Mefret's French and English Institute. 
J?t. Rose's Academy. 
Our Lady of Mercy's School. 
-St. Vincent's School. 



COURTS. 



For United States Courts, see Federal Government 
officers. For Superior, Justices and Police Courts, 
see City and County Government. For Supreme 
■Court, see State officers. 



EXCHANGES. 



Builders' Exchange, The. 40 New Montgom- 
ery street, corner Mission street. Officers — Oscar 
Lewis, President; Jas. A. Wilson. Secretary; S. D. 
North, Financial Secretary; L. A. Larsen, Recording 
Secretary. Exchange hours, 12 m. to 2 p. ii. each day. 
Building open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Board of Di- 
rectors meet every Friday at 1:1.5 p. m. 

Merchants' Exchange Association. Office, 
Merchants' Exchange building. The object of this 
Association is the promotion of the interest of trade 
a,nd commerce. Officers— W. A. Holcomb. President: 
•George P. Morrow. Vice-President; J. M. Shotwell. 
Manager; H. T. Emery, Secretary. 

Pacific Stock Exchange Board. 316 Montgom- 
ery street. Officers— R. G. Horn, President; S. Otis, 
Vice-President; M. Goldman, Treasurer; J. Bourne, 
•Cliairman; B. Gardiner, Secretary. 

San Francisco Produce Exchange. Meets 
dally at 10:30 a. m., in rooms of Merchants' Exchange, 
425 California street. Object— To promote the inter- 
est and convenience of dealers in domestic produce. 
■Officers— W. A. Holcomb, President; T. C. Fried- 
lander, Secretary; office, 433 California street. 

San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board. 
Organized September 11, 1862. Meetings held 
■dally at 9:30 A. M. and 2:30 P. M. at 331 Pine street. 
■Officers- A. G. Gurnett, President; E. P. Barrett, 
Vice-President; O. V. Walker. Chairman; George T. 
Marye, Jr., Treasurer; Fred W. Hadley, Secretary. 

Stock and Bond Exchange. Board room, 22 
Merchants' Exchange; sessions 10:30 a. m. and 2 p. ji. 
Officers-John Perry, Jr., President; Aug. Helbing. 
Vice-President; R. G. Brown, Chairman; fCdward 
Barry, Secretary; Daniel Meyer, Treasurer. 



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 
OFFICERS. 

Army United States, Departmemt of Califok- 
3fiA (embracing the State of Nevada) — Brigadier 
General James W. Forsyth, Commanding. Head- 
•Quarters, Phelan building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Personal Staff— First Lieutenant J. Franklin 
Bell, Seventh Cavalry, Aid; First Lieutenant J. F. 
Reynolds Landls, First Cavalry, Aid, Inspector of 
Small Arms Practice and Acting Engineer Officer. 

Department Staff — Colonel O. D. Greene, As- 
sistant Adjutant General; Major Stephen W. Groes- 
beck. Judge Advocate; Lieutenant Colonel Amos 
S. Kimball, Deputy Quartermaster General, Chief 
Quartermaster; Lieutenant Colonel William H. 
Bell, Assistant Commissary General of Subsistence, 
■Chief Commissary; Lieutenant Colonel Johnson V. 
D. Mlddleton, Deputy Surgeon General, Chief Sur- 
geon; Major Alfred E. Bates, Paymaster, Chief Pay- 
master; First Lieutenant Frank Greene, Signal 
■Corps, Chief Signal Officer; Lieutenant Colonel 
Francis L. Guenther, Fifth Artillery, Artillery In- 
spector. 

Quartermaster's Department— Lieutenant Col- 
•onel James 6. C. Lee, Deputy Quartermaster Gen- 
■eral; in charge of the general depot of the Quarter- 
master's Department, San Francisco, Cal.; Captain 
Addison Barrett, Military Storekeeper; on duty at 
General Quartermaster's depot, 36 New Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, Cal. 



Subsistence Department— Major Charles P. 
Eagan, Commissary of Subsistence; Purchasing and 
Depot Commissary of Subsistence, m New Montgom- 
ery street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Army United States. Engineers (Pacific 
Coast)— Colonel Charles R. Suter, Division Engineer 
of the Pacific Division, etc., San Francisco, Cal.; 
Major Charles E. L. B. Davis, Engineer Twelfth 
Light House District, etc., San ITrancisco, Cal.; Cap- 
tain Cassius E. Gillette, on duty with California 
Debris Commission, etc,, San Francisco, Cal.; First 
Lieutenant Joseph E. Kuhn. under the immediate 
orders of Colonel Suter; First Lieutenant Charles 
L. Potter, under the immediate orders of Major 
Davis; First Lieutenant Herbert Deakyne, under 
the immediate orders of Captain Gillette. 

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

Branch Hydrographic Office, United States 
Navy— Merchants' Exchange building. Lieutenant 
A. F. Fechteler, U. S. N., in charge; J. T. McMillan, 
Nautical Expert; C. H. Turner, Messenger. 

California Debris Commission— Colonel Charles 
R. Suter (Corps of U. S. Engieeers, U. S. A.), Presi- 
dent; Major Charles E. L. B. Davis and Captain C. 
E. Gillette (Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.). Members' 
office. 59 Flood building. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey— (See Literary and 
Scientific Societies). 

Collector of the Port — John H. Wise, office. 
Custom House; E. B. Jerome, Chief C!lerk and 
Special Deputy; Newton S. Farley and John J. To- 
bln. Deputies; George W. Cope, Auditor; Joseph J. 
Chappell, Cashier; Harlow H. White, Adjuster of 
Duties; J. W. Probasco, Ganger. 

Internal Revenue Collector— O. M.Welburn; 
Louis Loupe, Chief Deputy. 

Master in Chancery, and U. S. Circuit Court 
Commissioner— E. H. Heacock, room .57, Appraisers' 
building. 

National Quarantine Station, Angel Island— 
M. J. Rosenau, Passed Assistant Surgeon, in com- 
mand; Hospital Steward, George H. Brock. 

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

Post Office, Northwest corner Washington and 
Battery streets— Postmaster, Frank McCoppin; R. 
E. Doyle, Assistant; J. L. Meares, Superintendent of 
City Delivery; Steuart Aldrlch, Superintendent of 
Money Order Division; B. McL. Hardi.sty, Superin- 
tendent of Registry Division; E. A." O'Connor. 
Cashier. 

Post Office Inspectors— Room 78. Appraisers' 
building. Robert R. Munro, Inspector in charge. 
Inspectors— John O. Culver, James AV. Erwln, M. H. 
Flint, J. C. F. Gordon, W. A. Robinson, H. P. Thrall: 
Joseph A. McGeary, Chief Clerk: Horatio A. Mc- 
Cormlck, Stenographer. 

Special Agents U. S. Treasury Department— 
Rooms 7 and 9, Appraisers' building. H. A. Moore, 
Special Agent in charge; John C. Benton, G. E. 
Channlng, Special Employees; D. C.Jackson, Spe- 
cial Inspector. 

Superintendent Railway Mail Service. 
—Samuel Flint, office, southwest corner Jackson and 
Battery streets ; Harry Lewis, Assistant; W.G. Karpe, 
Chief Clerk; J. S.Roberts, Assistant Clerk; F. I. R. 
Moore, Record Clerk; P. R. Downer, Slip Clerk; J. F. 
Lewis, W. C. Hammond, Stenographers. 

StJRVEYOR OF Customs— William D. English, of- 
fice. Custom House; Samuel J. Ruddell, Deputy. 

U. S. Appraiser of Merchandise — James E. 

Tucker, rooms 29 to 31, Appraisers' building. 
Assistants — James B. Stevens and Richard P. Doo- 

lan. 
Clerks — T. O.Lewis and Charles A. Reynolds. 
Examiners— John A. Sampson, George A. Reynolds, 

James W. Maguire, Charles J. Evans, David W. 

Morris, Raymer Sharp, Louis Phelps and J. 

G. Underwood. 
Samplers— D. A. Stivers, Wm. K. Hatch and C. 

S. Smyth. 
Messenger— C. A. Hughes. 



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U. S. CiKCuiT CouKT, Northern District of Califor- 
nia—Room 46, Appraisers' building; Clerk's 
office, room 51. 
Judges— Stephen J. Field, Joseph McKenna, AY. B. 

Gilbert and E. M. Ross. 
Clerk and U. S. Commissioner— "W. J. Costigan. 
Deputy Clerk and U. S. CommlsBloner— W. B. 
Beaizley. 
U. S. CiKcuiT CoTTET OF APPEA.LS, for the Ninth 
Circuit— Room i6. Appraisers' building; Clerk's 
office, room 44, Appraisers' building. 
Justice— Stephen J. Field. 

Circuit Judges— Joseph McKenna, William B. Gil- 
bert and Erskine M. Ross. 
District Judges— Hiram Knowles, Corneluis H. 
Hanford, Thomas P. Hawley, AVllliam W. Mor- 
row, Charles B. Bellinger and Orin Wellborn. 
Clerk— Frank D. Monckton. 
Marshal— Barry Baldwin. 
v. S. Commissioner of Immigeatiou— Walter P. 
Stradley, room 11, 4t.h floor. Mills Building. 
Inspector— A. H. Geffeney. 
U. S. DisTKiCT Attoknet— Henry S. Foote, room 
61, Appraisers' building. 
Assistants — Samuel Knight and Bert Schleslnger. 
Chief Clerk— Thomas M. Jewett. 
U. S. District Court, for the Northern District of 
California — Room 60, Appraisers' building: 
Clerk's office, room 63. 
Judge— William W. Morrow. 

Clerk and U. S. Commissioner— Southard Hoffman. 
Deputy Clerk- James S. Manley. 
Assistant Clerks— John Fouga and Francis Krull. 
UxiTED States Geological Surtet— Henry W. 
Turner, Geologist, room 78b, Appraisers' 
building. 
r.viTED States Internal Revenue Agent— 
B. L. Cromwell, room 11, Appraisers' building. 
Assistant- Bert M. Thomas. 

Special Gauger— John G. Meyer, Jr.— Clerk, De 
Witt C. Dixon 
United States Land Office— E. Hackett, Re- 
ceiver; John P. Dunn, Register; 610 Commer- 
cial street. 
Clerks— F. B. English, F. T. Dunn. 
United States Life-Saving Service— Major 
Thomas J. Blakeney, Superintendent Twelfth 
Life-Saving District, room 35, Appraisers' build- 
ing. 
Assistant Inspector— Captain W. C. Coulson. 
Clerk— Edward W. Smith. 

Stations in San Francisco— Fort Point Llfe-Saviug 
Station. Presidio Reservation; Golden Gate 
Park Life-Saving Station, south of Cliff House; 
South Side Life-Saving Station, Ocean Beach. 
United States Lighthouse Department (Twelfth 
District)— Frank Courtis, U. S. N., In charge; 
office, 402-404 Safe Deposit Building; Major 
Charles E. L. B. Davis, U. S. A., Engineer; 
office, 89-92 Flood building. 
United States Lighthouse Engineer- Major 
Charles E. L. B. Davis, U. S. A., Engineer; 
office, 89-92 Flood building. 
Clerks— Temple T. Spotts, A. Newbold. 
United States Lighthouse Inspector- Frank 
Courtis, U. S. N., Commander: office 402-404 
Safe Deposit building. 
Clerks— Charles H. Thompson, Edward M. Shaw. 
Fritz B. Sellman. 
United States Local Inspector of Hulls op 
Steam Vessels— F. S. Talbot, room 21, Ap- 
praisers' building. 
Assistant— D. Marcucci, room 20, Appraisers' build- 
ing. 
United States Local Inspector of Boilers of 
Steam Vessels— W. A. Phillips, room 27. 
Appraisers' building. 
.\ssistant— John K. Bulger, room 20, Appraisers' 
building. 
United States Marine Hospital — Mountain 
Lake, Presidio Reservation; office, room 1, Ap- 
praisers' building; Surgeon John Godfrey in 
command. 
Assistant Surgeons— Rupert Blue and J. H. Oaklev; 
dispensary and office. Appraisers' building, 
room 1; Rupert Blue, assistant surgeon in 
charge. 
United States Marshal of Northern District 
OF California— Barry Baldwin; office. Ap- 



Deputies— S. P. Monckton, J. D. Harris, Joshua 
Littlefield, Thomas J. Gallagher. Henry M. 
Moffltt. 
United States Mint— The law for the establish- 
ment and regulation of the Mint of the United States 
provides that any person may deposit bullion for 
coinage or to be made into fine bars, the bars to be 
stamped in such manner as shall indicate the weight, 
flneness and value of same. In case of silver bullion, 
deposits are received only for manufacture into fine 
bars, the Government reserving the right to make Its 
silver coin from bullion purchased in the market. 
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. ; gold bullion 
received daily from 9 a. m. to 12 m.; silver received 
from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.; visitors admitted daily 
from 9 to 11:.S0 a. m. 
Superintendent— John Daggett. 
Melter and Rellner— Alexander Martin. 
Coiner— A. T. Spotts. 
Assayer— J. W. Pack. 
United States Navy Pay Office— Office, '202 San- 
some street. 
Pay Inspector— Edward Bellows, U. S. N. 
Head Clerk— George L. Foreman. 
Clerks— C. W. Edgcumbe, F. E. Jones and A. F.. 
Gomez. 
United States Pension Agency— Pension Agent, 
Gen. P. F. Walsh ; office, 4th floor, 101 Sansome 
street. 
Chief Clerk— A. Mautner. 
United States Secret Service- Agent, Nicholas- 
R. Harris; office, room 12, Appraisers' building. 
Assistant— J. D. Harris. 
United States Shipping Commissioner— Wm. 
H. Gwin, rooms 13-15, Appraisers' building. 
Chief Deputy— Stafford H. Parker. 
Deputies— Joe F. Curtin, Henry W. Groth, James 
B. Newsom, Thomas H. Murphy and John W. 
Danks. 
LTnited States Sub-Treasury — Assistant Treas- 
urer— C. P. Berry, 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. 
Vessels, P'irst District— John Bermingham, 
room 23, Appraisers' building. 
United States Surveyor-General for Califok- 
NiA— W. S. Green, 610 Commercial street. 
Chief Clerk— E. A. Willard. 
Chief Draughtsman— C. D. Rhodes. 
Corresponding Clerk — T. P. Harden. 
Accountant— Miss E. D. Pratt. 
United States Weather Bureau — Office, lOtb 
floor Mills Building. 
Forecast Official— W. H. Hammon. 
Local Forecast Official- Alexander G. McAdle. 
Observers— G. H. Wilson. G. E. Lawtou, C. Ellen- 
berger and Walter H. Scholl. 
-Wm. Fahlbusch. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN SAN 
FRANCISCO. 



Austro-Hungarian Empire— Francis Korbel, 308 
Battery. 

Belgium— Wilfrid B. Chapman, 123 California, 
room 16. 



China— Fung Tung Heng, Consul-General, 806. 
Stockton. 

Costa Rica— Rafael Gallegos, Consul-General, 
2.30 California. 

Denmark— John Simpson, 22 California, room 12. 

France— Alexandre Laurence de Lalande, 604 
Commercial. 

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

Great Britain- Joseph W. Warburton, Consul- 
General, Wellesley Moore, Vice-Consul, 506 Battery. 

Greece— August Goustiaux, Acting, 625 Union. 

Guatemala— Miguel Carrillo, 204 Front. 

Hawaiian Islands— Charles T. Wilder, Consul- 
General, John F. Soper, Vice-Consul, 208 Sansome,. 
room 22. 



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HONDUKAS— John T. Wright, 640 Market. 

Jtaly— F. Bruni Grlmaldi, 506 Battery. 

Japan— Saburo Koya, 1514 Pine. 

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

NiCAKAGiTA— William L. Merry, Consul-General, 
331 Pine, room 2. 

Paraguay- P. J. Van Loben Sels, 508 Montgomery. 

Persia— George E. P. Hall, 212 Sansome, room 2. 

Peru— Robert B. Hule, 203 California. 

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

Republic of Colombia— Adolfo Canal, 217 San- 
some, room 9. 

Russia— Vladimir A. Artsimovitch, Consul-Gen- 
eral, Horace G. Piatt, Vice-Consul, 418 California, 
rooms 9-10. 

Salvador— Eustoejio Calderon, 303 California, 
room 2. 

Spain— Jorge Madrilley, illii California. 

Sweden AND NoRWAT—Henry Lund, 214 California. 

Switzerland— Antolne Borel, 311 Montgomery. 

The Netherlands— p. J. Van Loben Sels, 508 
Montgomery. 

Turkey— George E. P. Hall, 212 Sansome, room 2. 

Uraguay— Jose Costa, 114 Montgomery. 

OFFICERS OF STATE OF 
CALIFORNIA. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Location, 825 Market Street, Emporium Building. 

Chief Justice— W. H. Beatty. 

Justice — T. B. McFarland. 

Justice— Ralph C. Harrison. 

Justice— C. H. Garoutte. 

Justice— Jaclcson Temple. 

Justice— F. W. Henshaw. 

Justice — W. C. Van Fleet. 

Attorney-General— W. F. Fitzgerald. 419 Cali- 
fornia street. 

Assistant Attorney-General — W. H. Anderson, 
419 California street. 

Deputy Attorney-General— C. N. Post, Sacra- 
mento. 

Deputy Attorney-General— C. H. Jackson. 419 
California street. 

Deputy Attorney-General — Henry E. Carter, 419 
California street. 

Reporter— C. P. Pomeroy. 

Assistant Reporter— H. L. Gear. 

Clerk— T. H. Ward. 

Deputy Clerk— E. A. Marshall, San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk— W. M. Ward, San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk — A. W. Johnson, San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerk— H. A. McCraney, Sacramento. 

Deputy Clerk— F. C. Woodbury, Los Angeles. 

Deputy Clep.k— E. S. Butterworth, Los Angeles. 

Secretary- Frank T. Meagher. 

Sbabetary— H. C. Finkler. 

Phonographic Reporter- E. A. Girvln. 

Librarian — Benjamin Edson. 

Supreme Court Commissioners — I. S. Belcher, 
Niles Searls, P. Van Clief, John Haynes, E. W. 
Britt; D. B. Woolf, Secretary. 

Department 1— Presiding Justice— Ralph C. Harri- 
son. 
Justice— C. H. Garoutte. 
Justice— W. C. Van Fleet. 

Department 2— Presiding Justice— T. B. McFar- 
land. 
Justice— Jackson Temple. 
Justice— F. W. Henshaw.' 

San Francisco District— Alameda, Contra Costa. 
Del Norte, 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, Fresno, Glenn. 
King, Lassen, 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 .\pril ; second Monday In October, 
Sacramento— First Monday in May; second 
Monday in November. All remittiturs will 
issue from the San Francisco office. Tele- 
phone South 443. 
Governor— James H. Budd- salary, 86,000. 
Private Secretary— E. D. McCabe; salary, ?4,000. 
Executive Clerk— Josephine M. Todman; salary, 
»2,600. 

Lieutenant-Governor— , ex-oflacio 

President of the Senate, at SIO per diem. 

Attorney-General— W. F. Fitzgerald; salary, 

83,000. 

First Assistant— W. H. Anderson; salary, 82,700. 

Clerk of Supreme Court- T. H. Ward; salary, 

83,000. 
Controller— Edward P. Colgan; salary, 83,000. 

Deputy— W. W. Douglass; salary, 82,400. 
Secretary of State— L. H. Brown; salary, 83,000. 

Deputy— William T. Sesnon; salary, 82,400. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction — Samuel 
T. Black; salary, 83,000. 
Deputy— W. W. Seaman; salary, 82,400. 
Superintendent of State Printing — A. J. John 

St on; salary, 83,000. 
Surveyor-General— M. J. Wright; sal.iry. 88,000. 
Deputy— F. E. Wright; salary, 82,400. 
(The Surveyor-General is ex-officio Register of the 
State Land Office.) 
Treasurer— Levi RackliflEe; salary, 83,000. 

Deputy— F. W. Judson; salary, 82,400. 
Adult Blind Home (Oakland). 
Trustees— N. W. Spaulding, T. C. Coogan, N. T. 

James, J. R. Glasscock and D. S. Hirshberg 
Superintendent— John C. Hays 
Agnews Hospital for Chronic Insane (Agnews). 
Chairman Board of Directors— W. W. Montague, 

San Francisco. 
Secretary— T. S. Montgomery. 
Agriculture, Board of. 
President— Charles M. Chase, San Francisco. 
Secretary— Edwin F. Smith, Sacramento. 
Analyst, State— Prof essor A. B. Rising, University 

of California, Berkeley. 
Bank Commissioners— J. B. Fuller, term expires 
February, 1898; Paris Kilburn (President), 
term expires May, 1898; H. W. Magee, term 
expires July, 1898. 
Secretary— Charles H. Dunsmoor, 530 California. 
Building and Loan Association Commission- 
ers. George A. Fisher, San Francisco; William 
A. Spalding, Los Angeles. Secretary, James L. 
Fields, 132 Market street. 
Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, Asylum foe 

President Board of Trustees— AV. C. Bartlett. 
Secretary— W. L. Prather. 
Superintendent— W. Wilkinson. 
Debris Commissioner— John F. Kidder,Gras8Valley. 
Dental Examiners, Board of. 
President— E. F. Tebbets, M. D., Sacramento. 
Secretary— W. F. Grlswold, San Francisco. 
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 and 
Chlco. 
Equalization, Board of (Office, Sacramento)— 
A. Chesebrough, L. C. Morehouse, President; 
R. H. Beamer and George L. Arnold; E. P. Col- 
gan, Controller and ex-officio. 
Examiners, Board of— Composed of the Governor, 
the Secretary of State and the Attorney-Gen- 
eral. 
Secretary— John Markley. 



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Feeble Minded Childken, Home foe (Eldrldee 

Sonoma County). ' 

Trustees— A. P. Overton, Charles P. Eells, F. W 

Lougee and R. A. Poppe. 
Superintendent and Secretary— A. E. Osborne, Glen 
Ellen. 
Fish Commissioneks— J. M. Morrison, Sacramento; 
W. C. Murdoch, San Francisco, and Henry F. 
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Feuit Pests, Inspector of — W. G. 

Haebor Commissioners. 
Eureija, Humboldt Bay— The Mayor of Eureka and 

Josiah Bell. 
San Diego— W. W. Stewart and D. C. Eeed. J H 

Barbour, Secretary. 
San Francisco (10 California street)— E. L. ol- 
non, President; Dan T. Cole and F. S. Chad- 
bourne. J. J. Keegan, Secretary. 

Health, Board of- J. H. Davisson, Los Angeles 
President; Winslow Anderson, C. W. Nutting' 
C. A. Euggles, P. C. Remondlno, and W. f! 
Wlard. 
Secretary— J. R. Laine, Sacramento. 

Horticulture, Board of— Ellwood Cooper, Santa 
Barbara, President; Mark L. McDonald, Vice- 
President; Fred C. Miles. Treasurer; J. L. 
Mosher, 1-3 Mills Building, 5th floor. Auditor. 

Insurance Commissioner— M. E. Higgins, Los 
Angeles; M. M. Rhorer, Deputy. Office, 401 
California street. 

Labor Statistics Bureau- E. L. Fitzgerald, Com- 
missioner, San Francisco; C. L. Dam, Deputy 
Commissioner; Edward M. Greene, Ole C Vin- 
cent, Theresa E. Nelson, Ola M. Hart, Special 
Agents. 

Librarian, State— Dana W. Perkins; W P 
Matthews, Assistant; Genevieve Green, Dep- 

Mendocino Insane Asylum, Ukiah City-Trustees • 
J. H. Seawell, President, Ukiah; Charles Cun- 
ningham, M. Gardner, J. Q. White and C. 
O'Connor. 
Medical Superintendent— E. W. King, M.D., Ukiah. 

Mineralogist— J. J. Crawford, 24 Fourth street 
San Francisco. 

Mining BuREAU-(See Scientific and Literary So- 

Napa Insane Asylum, Napa City-Trustees: Ben 
Shurtlefl, M. D., President and Superintendent 
of Asylum; J. C. Martin, Robert Howe, R. P 
Lamdin and A. J. Hull. 

Normal School at Chico, Butte County— Robert F 
Pennell, Principal. 



Normal School at 
Pierce, Principal. 



Los Angeles— Edward T. 



Normal School at San Jose— C. W. Childs, Prin- 

Notaries Public— (See Business Directory.) 
Pharmacy, Board of- Directors: J H Flint 
Marysvllle President; S. H. Melvln, .lohn 
Dawson, John W. Wood, R. J. Van Voor- 
hies, A. J. Finger and W. M. Searby. 
Pilot Commissioners, Eureka, Humboldt Bay- 
Peter Belcher, H. Kingston and Peter Carsaw. 
Pilot Commissionee, San Diego— Amun Sevort. 

W. 

Pilot Commissionees, San Francisco, Mare Island 
and Benicia-Office, 506 Battery street. Philip 
Caduc, Charles Mayo, John Hackett. 

PiLOTs-Office-506 Battery-Frank Boyd, Thomas 
H. Barber, Stephen Castle, J. S. Dolliver, M 
C. Ersklne, E. M. Freeman, George Scott 
John B Jones, F. W. Jordan, N. B. Jordan 
George D. Korts, J. E. McCulloch. Frank Mur- 
phy, Louis Meyer, James Miller, John W. Ott 
Charles W. Reed, Alexander Swanson Free- 
man Trask, George E. Wallace. 

Poet Warden, San Diego— C. H. Davis. 

Port Wardens, San Francisco-Offlce, Clay Street 
Wharf Samuel Braunhart, P. J. Harney. 
H. R. Atwood and Nelson Provost. 

Preston School of Industry, lone, Amador 
County-Trustees: E. M. Preston, President; 
Nevada City; L. M. Maddux, Modesto; Fay- 
ette Mace, lone. H. R. Bernard, Secretary. 
E. Carl Bank, Superintendent, lone. 



Railroad Commissionees— H. M. La Rue Presi- 
dent, Sacramento; James I Stanton, 'm. D 
f?^ Francisco; and W. R. Clarke, Stockton 
Samuel Newman, Secretary, office, room 27, 
Chronicle Building. 
Regictrae OF VOTERS-Willlam M. HInton, New 

San- Bernardino Insane Asylum— San Bernar- 
dino-Trustees: H. L. Drew, San Bernardino, 
President; J. A. Gibson, San Diego; Frank A 



Miller, Riverside; L. K. Fisher, San t'a Barbara '; 
and George Coolev. nnlt.ntr v -nr T?f,.i,„_^„ — 
Secretary. 



Culture, Board op DiREOTORs-Mrs. Paris 
Kllburn, San Francisco; Mrs. William Kirk 
San Prancisco; J. J. Rivers, Berkeley; Mrs e" 
P. Keeney, San Francisco; JeaneC. Carr Pasa- 
nJi^i w;„i^- Ewer, San Francisco and Mrs. 
Carrie Williams, San Diego. 

State Prison Directors-R. M. Fitzgerald, James 
H. WUklns, Edgar J. De Pue, Daniel E. Haves 
and Jacob H. Neff. 

Warden, San Quentln Prison— W. E. Hale. 

Warden, Folsom Prison— Charles Aull. 

Stockton Insane Asylum, Stockton-Trustees- 
H. O.Southworth. President; J..D. McDougald 
A. Thornton A. McDonald and Joseph Steffens. 
Asa Clark, M. D., Superintendent, Major N. M 
Orr, Secretary. 

SuTTER-s Fort Trustees-C. E. Hollister, 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 Reinstein, John E. Budd, 
T. 6. Phelps, J. W. Martin, G. T. Marye 
w",p-'^-T^^S*"'°'''^^' Henry S. Foote, W. T. 
Wallace, I. W. Hellman, C. F. Crocker, J F 
Houghton A Rodgers, A. Miller, A. S. Halli- 
die, J. A. Waymire, C. Rowell. J. H. C 
Bonte, Secretary. 

Veterinary Medical Board— Thomas Maclay, 
President, Petaluma; W. B. Rowland, Pasa- 
dena; R. F. Whittlesey, Los Arigeles and H. F 
Spencer, San Jose. R. A. Archibald, Secretary 
Sacramento. 

Whittier Home foe Juvenile Offenders, 
Whittler— Trustees: Andrew Mullin, W C 
Patterson and Mrs. Adlna Mitchell. John e' 
Coffin, Superintendent. 
YosEMiTE and Mariposa Big Tree Guardian.s— 
James H. Budd, ex officio President, Sacra- 
mento; John Boggs, J. H. O'Brien, E. P 
Johnson, H. J. Ostrander. George B. Sperrv 
Henry K. Field, Charles G. Clinch, Max Gold- 
berg. John F. Sheehan, Secretary and Trea.s- 
urer, San Francisco; Galen Clark, Guardian. 

HOSPITALS. 

Bishop Armitage Church Orphanage of Cali- 
fornia. Established in 1886 for the care and train- 
ing of orphan, half -orphan, destitute and abandoned 
boys. Location of the orphanage, San Mateo. Office 
of the Society, 530 California street, room 38, San 
Francisco. Officers— Mrs. Frances C. Brewer, Presi- 
dent, San Mateo; L. Wadham, Secretary and Treas- 
urer, 530 California street; B. F. Le Warne, Superin- 
tendent, San Mateo. Branch located at 509 Powell 
street, where boys who are working are given a 
home. 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Society. Location— Cor- 
ner Baker and Grove streets. Incorporated Septem- 
bCT la, 1874. Receives, by legal commitment or other- 
wise, juvenile offenders" who are in danger of 
being Imprisoned (see Section 1388, Penal Code) and 
provides for such until suitable homes or employ- 
ment and oversight are found for them, and con- 
tinues a systematic attention to their condition and 
treatment; it rescues homeless, neglected or abused 
children of California, maintains a free employment 
bureau, day and evening schools, reading rooms and 
library, and a department for Industrial training. 
The Institution Is absolutely free from sectarianism 
and depends upon voluntary contributions for its ex- 
istence. Trustees meet at the Home on the second 
Tuesday of each month. Trustees— George C. Per- 
kins President; S. C. Bigelow, Vice-President; 
Arthur G. Smiley, Superintendent; Charles R Allen 
Secretary; D. C. Bates, Treasurer. A. A. Watkins, l! 
H. Bonestell, Charles E. Green, Charles A. Murdock. 
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Califoknia Childkens' Home Society. This 
Boclety Is incorporated under tlie laws of the State 
of California, and is an organization for rescuing 
destitute and homeless children. It seelis to place 
such children in Christian homes where they can 
grow up as useful and self-sustaining members of 
society. It maintains no Institution, believing that 
there is no efficient substitute for the family life in 
the education of our race. Local boards are ap- 
pointed to carry on the work systematically and 
efficiently in their several localities. The society 
depends upon voluntary donations for its support, 
the gift of the well-to-do, also the widow's mite. 
Kev. U. Gregory, D. D., Superintendent; room 1, 
Mills Building, 3d floor. 

California Woman's Hospital. Organized 1868: 
incorporated 1873. Location— 3118 Sacramento street, 
between Baljer and Lyon streets. This Hospital ad- 
mits three classes of patients, viz.: First — Those 
that are destitute and unable to pay anything. Sec- 
ond—Those whose means are too limited to enable 
them to pay for medical attendance at home. Third 
—Patients desiring to place themselves under the 
exclusive care of some member of the medical staff 
are required to malie all preliminary arrangements 
in regard to fees, etc., with the same prior to treat- 
ment. N. B.— All pay patients requiring surgical 
operations will be subjected to a charge sufficient 
to cover the expense of ether, dressings, etc. 
Terms of board— From S7.50 per weeli and upwards, 
according to accommodations. Officers— F. W. Vo- 
wincliel, M. D., Surgeon in charge; L. F. Garrigues, M. 
D., Resident Surgeon; John Bermingham, President; 

C. F. Croclier, Vice-President; Abraham Halsey, 
Secretary and Treasurer. Board of Trustees— G. W. 
Presoott, C. A. Laton, H. Dutard, W. F. Goad, 
T. B. Bishop, M. A. PvOthchild, Isidore Burns 
and I. M. McDonald. Board of Lady Managers- 
Mrs. G. B. Alexander, Mrs. I. H. Hatch, Mrs. Charles 

E. Bancroft, Mrs. A. N. Towne, Mrs. L. L. Baker, 
Mrs. J. T. Hoyt, Mrs. F. D. Stadtmuller, Miss K. E. 
Stone, Mrs. Samuel D. Mayer, Mrs. H. E. Wise, Mrs. 

F. P. McLennan, Mrs. W. P. Redington, Mrs. E. B. 
Stone, Mrs. Samuel Backus, Mrs. E. R. Dimond, Mrs. 
A. Gallatin and Mrs. G. E. Butler; T. B. Bishop, Con- 
sulting Attorney; Miss Alice A. Hall, Superinten- 
dent of Nurses. 

City and County Almshouse. Location— Mission 
Ocean road, near Laguna Honda. (See City and 
County Government.) 

City and County Hospital. Location — Potrero 
avenue, near Twenty-second street. (For officers, 
see City and County (Government.) 

Florence Crittenton Home Association for 
Ekking Women and Children. Officers — Charles N. 
Crittenton, President; Mrs. S. C. Russell, Matron; 
A. G. Smiley, Secretary; N. E. Strong, Treasurer; 
J. W. Ellsworth, Manager, 520 Kearny street. 

French Hospital. This institution, which holds 
a front rank in the hospitals of this city, and was 
formerly located on Bryant street near Fifth, now 
occupies a spacious building on an eligible site at 
Point Lobos, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. 
Sylvian Weill, President; Jules Wolf, Secretary, 
office, 318 Post street. 

German Hospital, The. Situated on the block 
bounded by Noe, Castro, Ridley and Fourteeeth 
streets, is built after the most improved plans of mod- 
ern hospital architecture, and has accomodations for 
more than 300 patients. It is owned and controlled 
by the German Benevolent Society, members of 
which are treated free of charge. Patients of any 
nationality are admitted for care and treatment at 
from $2 to S6 per day, according to accommodations. 
Medical staff— Resident Physician, G. W. Leuschner, 
M.D.; AsslstantPhysiclans,C.L Heller, M. D., N. W. 
Meierdierks, M. D., H. J. Schlageter, M. D.; Visiting 
Physicians, J. F. Morse, M. D., H. Kreutzmann, M.D., 

G. Dresel, M.D.; R. Baum, M. D.; Consulting Physi- 
cians, C. von Hoffmann, M. D., Wm. A. Martin, M. D., 

D. W. Montgomery, M. D., L. Newmark, M. D., M. 
Regensburger, M. D., Paolo De Vecchl, M. D., A. 
Wilhelm, M. D. 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled. Location — 
507 Lombard street. Samuel Polack, President ; 
Mrs. M. Kaskell, Secretary; B. Jacobson, Superin- 
tendent. 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females. Estab- 
lished February, 1871; incorporated January, 1894. 
Location— Rincon place, ad.1oining St. Mary's Hos- 
pital. A permanent and well-appointed building is 
soon to be erected on Bray avenue, Fruitvale, Ala- 
meda county. This institution, called "Our Lady's 
Home" IS conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Num- 
ber of Inmates, 130, of whom about fiO are utterly 



destitute, and the withdrawal of the State aid in 
January, 1895, has left them entirely dependent on 
charity. 

St. Mark's Hospital and Home for the Care 
OF the Inebriate. A hospital for the treatment 
of inebriety, drug-habits, and nervous diseases re- 
sulting therefrom. Organized May 2i, 1859; incor- 
porated 1863. Designated by the Legislature (1876) 
as a place of temporary detention for persons 
charged with insanity. The property now occupied 
by the Institution, northeast corner of Stockton 
and Chestnut streets, was purchased in 1862 at an 
expense of S7,500, and enlarged in 1877 at a further 
expense of S7,000; again improved in 1885 at an outlay 
of S5,000, and again In 1893 at an expense of $7,000. 
It is now a very comfortable house. Samuel O. L. 
Potter, M. D., M. B. C. P. Lond, Superintendent and 
Resident Physician. Trustees — H. T. Burns, Presi- 
dent; Wm. Martin, Secretary; E. D. Sawyer, J. T. 
K. Cooper, W. G. Badger, John Densmore, John 
Butterworth. 

Hospital for Children and Training School 
FOR Nurses. Location— 3700 California street, corner 
of Maple, and is reached by the Geary, Powell, 
Sutter and California street cable cars to Central 
avenue; thence by transfer to the Park line of 
steam cars, which pass the door, and also Sacra- 
mento street cars. The dispensary is located at 1109 
Mission street. General clinics are held daily from 
9 to 10 A. M., from 3 to 4 p. m., and from 7 to 8 p. m. 
Tuesday and Friday afternoons diseases of the eye, 
ear, throat and nose are treated. Officers— Mrs. W. 
B. Harrington, President; Mrs. Wm. Hardy and Mrs. 
W. R. A. Johnson, Vice-Presidents; Mrs. L. L. Dun- 
bar, Recording Secretary; Mrs. F. A. Frank, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Mrs. F. H. Green, Treasurer. 
Board of Trustees— H. L. Dodge, John F. Merrill, W. 
F. Whittier, John Taylor, W. J. Dutton. Attending 
Physicians— Lucy M. F. Wanzer, M. D., Emma Sutro 
Merritt, M. D., Edna R. Field, M. D., Beverly Mac- 
Monagle, M. D., Charles von Hoffmann. M. D., Wm. 
B. Lewitt, M. D. Oculist and Aurist, Wm. E. Hop- 
kins, M. D.; Orthopedic Surgeon, Harry M. Sherman, 
M. D.; Superintendent of Nurses, Miss Eva Penne- 
will; Matron, Mrs. A. E. Kindelberger. 

Kings Daughters' Home for Incurables. 
Organized 1890; established 1891. Location— 217 Fran- 
cisco street. A home for patients pronounced incur- 
able. Mrs. J. G. Clark, President; Mrs. E. M. Cofer; 
Vice-President; Mrs Richard Brown, Recording 
Secretary; Mrs. J. B. Lowe, Financial Secretary, 
Mrs. Fred Diserens, Treasurer; Mrs. B. Lemmer, 
Matron. Directors— Mrs. J. G. Clark, Mrs. E. M. 
Gofer, Mrs. J. B. Low, Mrs. Richard Brown, Mrs. 
Fred Diserens. Trustees— L. R. Ellert, Dr. C. J. 
Paton, Frank Greenwood. 

San Francisco Ladies' Protection and Relief 
Society. Established August 4, 1853; incorporated 
August 9, 1854. Location— Franklin street, between 
Post and Geary. This Society has under its sup- 
ervision a home where friendless or destitute 
girls, under the age of fourteen and over three 
years, and boys under ten and over three years, 
also orphans and half orphans, may be received 
and provided for until permanent homes in Christian 
families can be secured for them. Applications for 
admission should be made at the home, between 
the hours of 1 and 3 p. m., on Monday and Fri- 
day of each week. Donations of money, etc., may be 
sent to 1300 Taylor street. Officers — Mrs. George 
Barstow, President; Miss Alice Brown, Recording 
Secretary; Mrs. P. B. Cornwall, Corresponding 
Secretary; Miss A. W. Beaver, Treasurer; Miss 
Mary McGladery, Matron. 

Lane Hospital. Location— S. E. cor. Clay and 
Webster streets. It is a substantially built brick 
building occupying somewhat more than one fifty 
vara of land. The appointments of this hospital in 
its ventilation, aseptic furniture and appliances are 
all modern, and in accordance with the advanced 
teachings of sanitary science. It is equipped with 
one hundred beds for the reception of patients. The 
rate of hospital charges ranges from 82.50 per day in 
the wards to $3.00 or $4.00 per day in rooms of one, 
two or three beds, and from S5.00 to $10.00 per day in 
single rooms with private bathroom and superior 
furnishing. It is conducted by a Board of Managers 
consisting of Dr. L. C.Lane, President; Mrs. L.,c. 
Lane; Dr. C. N. Ellinwood, Secretary; Dr. R. H. 
Plummer, Treasurer; Dr. Emmet Rixford. 

Lick Old Ladies' Home. Location— University 
street, between Fulton and Wayland, on University 
Mound tract. Attorney for Home, G. W. Haight, 
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Little Sistees' Infant Shelter. Incorporated 
March 10, 1874. Location— 512 Minna street. This 
society was 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. The rooms of the Shelter are pleasant 
and spacious, ntted up with everything necessary for 
the nursery and care of the children. Any mother, 
regardless of nationality or religion, may leave her 
child or children at the Shelter, where they will 
receive motherly care, three good meals, and, if 
necessary, an outfit of clothes, for the small sum 
of five cents per day. Officers — Mrs. Henry E. 
Fisher, President; Mrs. T. G. Taylor, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Harry Heywood, Treasurer; Mrs. G. F. 
Richardson, Recording Secretary; Mrs. W. D. Fennl- 
more. Corresponding Secretary; Miss Josie Kently, 
Kindergarten Teacher; Mrs. Mary Fell, Matron; Dr. 
T. B. DeWltt, Attending Physician. Directors— Mrs. 
H. N. Tllden, Mrs. E. L. Sargent, Mrs. J. A. Sampson 
and Mrs. Will E. Fisher. 

Magdalen Asylum. Location— Potrero avenue, 
near Twenty-first street. There are many penitents, 
including refractory girls committed by the courts 
Into their custody and care, in this Institution, which 
is governed and controlled by the Sisters of Mercy. 
The Asylum is large and commodious, and the man- 
agement of it has always escaped adverse criticism. 

Makia Kip Orphanage— Established in San 
Francisco August 8, 1889. Incorporated May 6, 1890. 
Location, 638 Folsom street. Object— To take under 
its care and charge orphans, half-orphans, destitute 
and friendless children, and provide them with a 
home, sustenance and education during the period of 
their dependence, and to receive by gift, devise and 
purchase, and hold both real and personal property 
for the purposes of the corporation. Well situated 
for its benevolent purposes in a substantial, hand- 
some and commodious building in the midst of 
spacious and attractive grounds. This Institution, 
governed by a board of lady managers, bears in 
every respect a most excellent name and reputa- 
tion. OlBcers, Miss Carrie G win, President; Mrs. W. 
S. Wood, Vice-President; Mrs. Thomas P. Wood- 
ward, Secretary, and Sister Anna. The Orphanage: 
Miss Mary Heath, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 
Sidney Worth, Treasurer. Trustees— Wm. F. Nichols, 
D. D., President; Thomas P. Woodward, Vice-Presi- 
dent; E. H. Rlxford, Secretary; Wm. H. Crocker, 
Treasurer; Jacob C. Johnson. 

Mater Misebioordi^b. Location— 23 Rincon 
place. This house of protection and refuge for 
young women of unblemished reputation — and none 
others— is under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Mt. St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Astlum. For 
small boys and girls. Conducted by the Sisters of 
Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Organized July 2, 
1861. Is pleasantly located on Silver avenue. It is a 
large wooden edifice, having all the modern im- 
provements, and will accommodate about 400 child- 
ren. 

Old People's Home of San Francisco. Ob- 
ject—To afford an opportunity to found and support, 
according to its by-laws and rules, a Home for the 
care of such aged persons as may be fit subjects for 
kindly aid; to administer, and defray the expenses 
of the funeral rites of life inmates dying at the 
Home; and, furthermore, to increase, as far as prac- 
ticable, the membership, funds and income for 
charitable and beneficial purposes. Location— Cor- 
ner Pierce and Pine streets. Officers— Mrs. Charles 
Nelson, Honorary President; Mrs A. M. Easton, 
President; Mrs. D. E. Friele, First Vice-President; 
Mrs. Isaac Hecht, Second Vice-President; Mrs. J. L. 
Martel, Third Vice-President; Mrs. William H. Dick, 
Treasurer; Mrs. E. C. Wright, Secretary; Mrs. C. T. 
Deane, Corresponding Secretary. Business meetings 
of the Society are held on the first Wednesday of 
each month at 10:30 A. M. Board of Managers— Mrs. 
A. M. Easton, President; Mrs. E. C. Wright, Secre- 
tary; Mrs. C. T. Dean, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 
William H. Dick, Treasurer. Board of Trustees- 
William H. Crocker, President; Charles F. Hanlon, 
First Vice-President and Attorney; C. V. S. Gibbs, 
Second Vice-President; Crocker- Woolworth National 
Bank, Treasurer; Mrs. Edward C. Wright, Secre- 
tary; Joseph Knowland, A. W. Scott, S. B. Peter- 
son, W. E. Brown, E. B. Mastick, David Hewes, 
Henry T. Scott, C. E. Greene. Rev. Charles McKel- 
vey. Superintendent and Chaplain; Mrs. Charles Mc- 
Kelvey, Matron; A. P. Woodward, M. D., Physician. 

Orphan Asylum (Roman Catholic). Organized in 
March, 18.51. The first institution of the kind in the 
history of California. Location— Bay View, South 



San Francisco, where, in 1872, a commodious build- 
ing was erected in the midst of a tract of ground 
containing more than 50 acres, and commanding, 
from the summit of a hill, a beautiful view. Under 
the charge of the Sisters of Charity, capable of 
receiving and caring for nearly 1,000 children, and 
always well managed, the Insiitutlon attracts and 
deserves attention from those who have to place 
orphans In temporal, moral and physical custody of 
the most select class and kind. 

Our Lady's Home— For Aged and Infirm Fe- 
males, conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Estab- 
lished February, 1871. Incorporated January, 1894. 
Number of inmates, 125. A permanent building Is 
about being erected in Fruitvale, Alameda County. 
Present location, Rincon Place, adjoining St. Mary's 
Hospital. 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home 
Society'. Incorporated July 26, 1871. Location of 
Asylum— East side of Devisadero street, between 
Hayes and Grove. Formed for the care, relief, pro- 
tection and Improvement of orphan children, and for 
the care of aged Israelites who are without adequate 
means of support. Officers— S. W. Levy, President; 
H. L. Simon, Vice-President; Lewis Gerstle, Treas- 
urer; Leo Eloesser, Secretary; David Michael, Col- 
lector. The Home for Aged Israelites (a branch of 
the Society) is located at the corner of Silver avenue 
and Mission street. Henry Mauser, Superintendent; 
Mrs. Henry Mauser, Matron. Secretary's office, 105 
Stockton street, room 21-24. 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies' Home, The. 
Organized January, 1869; Incorporated January 35. 
1870. Location— Golden Gate avenue, between Lott 
street and Masonic avenue. Governed by a Ladles' 
Board of Managers. This charitable institution was 
established for the permanent care and maintenance 
of poor, aged or infirm women who are members 
of the Episcopal Church. Annual membership, 
$5; life membership, 8100; admission as a permanent 
inmate, $500. Board of Managers— Mrs. R. B. San- 
chez, President; Mrs. C. E. Glbbs, Vice-President; 
Mrs. Thorp, Secretary; Miss M. J. Jones, Treasurer. 

Quarantine Hospital. Location — Angel Island. 
Dr. Peckham, Physician. 

Receiving Hospital. Location— New City Hall. 
In charge of Police Surgeons. (See Board of 
Health.) 

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. Officers— Mrs. Sweasey, President; 
Mrs. I. S. Belcher, Vice-President; Madame Tojetti, 
Secretary; Mrs. R. R. Haskell, Treasurer. 

San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Chil- 
dren— Incorporated. Mrs. William Hollls, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. S.B. McLenlgan, Treasurer; Mrs. Walter 
W. Haskel, Secretary. A home for little ones under 
twelve years. Location, 570 Harrison street. 

San FranciscO' Protestant Orphan Asylum 
Society. Formed February 10, 1851, for the care, re- 
lief, protection and improvement of orphan children; 
possesses an enviable record for continuous excellent 
management and almost measureless usefulness to 
society during nearly half a century. The Board of 
Management has always consisted mainly of ladies; 
the methods of it have been nearly faultless; the re- 
sults, an unblemished record of prudent and effect- 
ive charity. It is supported partly by State appro- 
priations and partly by contributions and legacies. 
It was incorporated January 31, 1852. Location— 
Halght street, between Laguna and Buchanan. Offi- 
cers—Mrs. William Alvord, President; Mrs. James 
R. Garniss, First Vice-President; Mrs. C. O. Ger- 
berdlng. Second Vice-President; Mrs. Henry Haight, 
Treasurer; Mrs. Frederick MacCrellish, Secretary; 
Miss Ella L. Adams, Assistant Secretary; John 
Nightingale, M. D., Physician. Trustees— Samuel C. 
Bigelow, William B. Hooper, Charles R. Bishop, John 
D. Tallant, Albert Miller. 

St. Francis Girls' Directory' Orphan Asylum. 
Location — Buena Vista and Central avenues. Organ- 
ized December 25, 1887; incorporated January 29, 1894. 
Object— The care, maintenance and education of or- 
phans, half-orphans and abandoned children of all 
denominations and nationalities. Administration— In 
charge of the Sisters of St. Francis. John M. Will- 
iamson, M. D., Physician in charge. 

St. Luke's Hospital— Established in 1871. Loca- 
tion — East side Valencia street, between Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-eighth streets. A private, gen- 
eral hospital organized and controlled by representa- 
tives of the Episcopal Church; but no distinction la 



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made between the various nationalities, creeds or 
■opinions, Its doors being open to all. There are no 
free beds. Nurses are graduated and given badges. 
The hospital is easily accessible, and, yet Is secluded 
from noise and confusion, and Is surrounded by am- 
ple and well-kept grounds. Directors— C. V. S. 
■Glbbs, Geo. H. Mendell, Rev. W. F. Nichols, D. D., J. 
V. D. Mlddleton, M. D., G. H. Powers, M. D., F. W. 
Van Beynegom, William Doxey. C. V. S. Gibbs, 
President; William Doxey, Secretary; Kirkham 
Wright, Treasurer; K. B. Davy, Resident Physician. 

St. Mart's Hospital. Location— Corner Bryant 
and First streets. This excellent and commodious 
liospital, with all modern Improvements and accom- 
modations. Is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, but 
is not exclusive. Patients are admitted without 
question as to their religion. The medical and sur- 
gical staff Is a complete one, the nurses trained and 
*he management unexceptionable. Patients may be 
attended by any physician they desire. 

St. Zita's Home. Location— Buena Vista avenue, 
near Central avenue. This home is a charitable 
Institution where poor girls of all denominations can 
find shelter until work can be obtained for them. 
It Is in charge of the Sisters of St. Francis. 

Twenty-sixth Street Hospital. (See City 
and County Government.) 

Veterans' Home Association. Headquarters, 
.320 Sansome street, room 13. Objects— The founding of 
a home for the relief and support of worthy officers, 
soldiers, marines and sailors who honorably served 
In the army or navy of the United States during the 
war with Mexico, or of the Rebellion, or in any other 
war, and who are in indigent circumstances, and by 
reason of age, Infirmity, or wounds received in ser- 
vice, are incapable of self-support; and for that pur- 
pose to receive contributions, and to take and hold 
Teal and personal property by grant, devise or be- 
quest, and to erect suitable buildings for the use 
and occupation of the beneficiaries of the Associa- 
tion. Location of Veterans' Home— Napa County, 

•California (Railroad station, Tountvllle). ■ 

■Commandant; W. F. McAllister, M. D., Medical Di- 
rector. Directors— W. C. Burnett, President; G. W. 
Arbuckle, Vice-President; J. C. Currier, Treasurer; 
-J. D. Barnett, Charles H. BUnn, S. J. Loop, C. A. 
Fuller, J. H. Garrett, W. J. Ruddick, G. W. Strohl. 
John Jay Scoville, Secretary. 

Youths' Directory. Office— 2030 Howard street. 
This Institution, established November 1, 1874, under 
the patronage of Archbishop Alemany, comprises a 
Free Intelligence Bureau and a Temporary Home 
for friendless boys in search of employment. It is 
maintained by voluntary contributions from the 
public. Destitute lads In quest of work are admitted 
free to the benefits of its refectory, dormitory, lava- 
tory, and reading room, until places are procured for 
them In town or country, without charge to either 
employers or employees. No discrimination between 
applicants on account of religious belief. Directors- 
Most Rev. P. W. Rlordan, James R. Kelly, Matthew 
I. Sullivan, A. H. Loughborough, Dr. J. F. Gibbon, 
T. P. Rlordan, Thomas R. Bannerman, Rev. D. O. 
Crowley, Dr. Jos. Oliver. Officers— Most Rev.' P. W. 
Rlordan, President; James R. Kelly, Treasurer; 
Rev. D. O. Crowley, Secretary; Dr. Thomas L. 
Mahoney, Physician; Matthew I. Sullivan, Attorney; 
J. F. Kane, Superintendent; E. J. Hannon, Assistant 
Superintendent. 

LABOR AND TRADES UNIONS. 

Labor Council of Federated Trades. Meets 
■every Friday evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Amal&amated Carpenters' Union. Meets every 
■other Thursday evening at the Temple, Turk street. 

Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and 
Joiners. Meets the second and fourth Thursdays 
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 Wed- 
nesday evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Bakers' Union No. 51. Meets every Saturday 
afternoon at Irish- American Hall. 

Bar and Caterers' Union. Meets the first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 317 Stockton street. 



Barbers' Union. Meets every Tuesday evening of 
each month at Foresters' Building, 102 O'Farrell 
street. 

Beer Drivers' Union. Meets the second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at B. B. Hall. 

Boilermakers' Union. Meets every Tuesday 
evening of each month at 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 B. B. Hall. 

Carpenters' Union No. 22. Meets every Friday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Carpenters' Union No. 804. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Carpenters' Union No. 483. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at corner of Sixth and Mission streets. 

Cigarmakers' Union. Meets 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. 

Confectioners' U.nion. Meets the first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at 939 Howard 
street. 

Contracting Plasterers' Association The. 16 
Post street. C. C. Morehouse, President; William 
Wilts, Secretary. 

Coopers' Union. Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days of each month at 1159 Mission street. 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized August 16, 1876; present mem- 
bership, 90. Meets every second and last Saturday 
in the month at B. B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. J. B. 
Nlderost, Secretary. 
Electrical Workers' Union. Meets first and 

third Wednesdays of each month at 

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 
3 o'clock, at the Temple, Turk street. 

Glassblowers' Union No. 3. Meets the second 
and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 927 Mission 
street. 

Granite Cutters' Union. Meets the second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at 1159 
Mission street. 

Harnessmakees' Union. Meets the first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 1159 Mission street. 
Horseshoers' Union. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at 1159 Mission street. 

Independent Longshoremen's Union. Meets 
the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 
Drew's Hall. 

Ironmolders' Union. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 1159 Mission street. 

Journeymen Barbers' Union. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 1153 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 Alcazar 
Building. 

Journeymen Shipwrights' Union. Meets the 

fourth Thursday of each month at 927 Mission street. 

Laborers' and Hodcareiees' Union. Meets the 

second Wednesday of each month at Irish- American 

Hall. 

Lumber Surveyors' Association. Meets the 
first Monday of each month at 9 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 Alcazar Building. 

Marine Firemen's Union. Meets the second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Irish- American 
Hall. 



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Metal Roofees' Uxiox. Meets the first and 
third AVednesdays of the month at 927 Mission street. 
Musicians' Uxiox. Meets second Thursday 
afternoon of each month at 39 Fourth street. 

Painters' Pkogeessive Union Xo. 1 of Cali- 
fornia. Meets Monday night of each month at 35 
Eddy street. 

Painters' Protective League. Meets everv 
Wednesday evening at 412 Fifth street. 

Painters' Union Xo. UO. Meeets everv Thurs- 
day evening at the Temple, Turk street. 

Paperhangers' Union. Meets everv Tuesday 
evening at the Temple, Turli street. 

Patternmakers' Union. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Building. 

Plasterers' Union. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 927 Mission street. 

Plumbers' Union. Meets first and third Wednes- 
days of each month at Alcazar Building. 

Printing Pressmens' Union. San Francisco. 
Organized March 14, 1SS6. Jleets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 62(3 Bush street. The 
object of the Union is to maintain a standard rate of 
wages, pay siclc and death benefits, and to encour- 
age sociability among its members. Officers— Presi- 
dent. C. H. Long: Vice-President. A. .1. Villiere; Re- 
cording Secretary. F. O'Xeill; Financial Secretary. 
I-. E. Caler; Treasurer. William Griswold. E.xecu- 
tive Committee— S. P. Kane. Chairman; G. Maloney. 
E. W. Browne, C. Young, A. W. Stern. 

Rattan Workers' Union. Meets first Wednes- 
day of each month at Drew's Hall. 

Rebel Cork Association. Meets third Thurs- 
day of each month at 927 Mission street. 

Riggers" and Stevedores' Union. Meets 
every Monday evening at SOS Montgomery street. 

Railroad Brakemen'.s Union. Meets second 
and fourth Saturdays of each month at 33 Eddy 
street. 

Railroad Conductors" Union. Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month at 33 Eddy street. 

Railroad Telegrapaees' Union. Meets first 
Sunday of each month at .3.5 Eddy street. 

Sailmakers" Union. Meets first Thursday of 
each month at 35 Eddy street. 

Sailors" Union. Meets everv Mondav evening 
at East and Mission streets. 

S. F. Xewspapek Carriers' Union. Meets 
second and fourth Thursdays of each month. 1 p v 
at 102 0"Farrell. 

S. F. Typographical Union No. 21. J. J. 
Galvin, President: W. B. Benoist, Secretary. 
Office, 606 Montgomery street, room 16. Meets the 
last Sunday in each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Scavengers' Protective Union. Meets at 423 
Broadway. 

Ship and Steamboat Joiners' Union. Meets 
every Friday evening at 14 Folsom street. 

Ship Caulkers' Association. Meets third Tues- 
day of each month at Drew's Hall. 

Shipjoiners' Union. Meets third Wednesday of 
each month at Drew's Hall. 

Shipwrights' Union. Meets fourth Thursday of 
each month at 737 Mission street. 

Stevedores' Benevolent Union. Meets everv 
Tuesday evening at Drew's Hall. 

Stevedores' Union. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at Drew's Hall. 

Stevedores" Engineees' Protective Associ\- 
TioN. Meets every first and third Friday of each 
month at St. George's Hall. 

Stonecutters' Union. Meets the second and 

fourth Mondays of each month at 1159 Mission street. 

Tailors' Union. Meets the second and fourth 

Mondays of each month at Arcadia Hall, 421 Post 

street. 

Tanners' and Cureiees' Union. Meets the 
first and last Wednesdays of each month at Mangel's 
Hall, Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

Theatrical Employees' Union. Meets the first 
and third Wednesdays of each month, at 2-30 p M 
al Alcazar Building. ' " 

Typographia Union No. 22. Meets the last 
Sunday of each month, at 2 p. m., at 539 California 
street. 



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United Brotherhood of Labor, ^.^i 
Thursday evening at Irish-American Hall. 

Upholsterers' Union. Meets every Thursday 
evenmg at Music Hall, 9'27 Mission street. 

Wharfbuildees' Union. Meets the third Satur- 
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LIBRARIES. 

California Historical Society. Incorporated 
April 19, 18.-)2, and maintained by private subscription 
from leading public-spirited citizens, who comprise 
the association, which has for its object the collect- 
ion and preservation of historical works, and to dis- 
seminate information relating thereto. Meetings 
are held on the second Tuesday of each month. 
Rooins. bl9 Market street. Hon. James V. Coffey 
President; A. S. Hubbard, Secretary and Librarian. 
Free Public Library, The. Situated in the 
northeast wing of the New City Hall: entrance, 
Hyde and McAllister streets. Branches— Xo 1 1131a 
Valencia street: No. 2, 1126 Kentuckv street; No 3 
1801 Stwkton street; No. 4, 813 Point'Lobos avenue. 
The Library contains 75,000 volumes. 10.000 of whicli 
are set apart for the reference room. It is open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. The newspaper depart- 
ment, on the Park avenue side of the building, has- 
on file some 2.50 representative newspapers from all 
parts of the State and United States. (For officers 
see City and County Government.) 

Knights of Pythia.s' Library Association. 
Meets the second Saturday of each month at 909 Mar- 
ket street. The Library contains over 5,000 volumes 
m the various departments of literature. C.W.Nevin 
President; K. Winter, Vice-President; Isaac Steind- 
ler. Treasurer; D. Allison, Secretary and Librarian. 
Library or Mechanics' Institute. (See 
Mechanics' Institute.) 

Mariners' Free Reading Room. Southeast cor- 
ner Sacramento and Drumm streets. In connection 
with J;he Mariners' Church and kept up by the 
church. Is sustained by voluntary contributions. 
Most of the reading matter is contributed for the 
benefit of the rooms. Many thousands of seaman 
and others visit the rooms during the year. Open 
daily from 9 a. m. to 9 p. M. Henry F. Eden, Super- 
intendent. 

Mercantile Library Association. Library con- 
tains 70,000 volumes. Officers— Thomas Magee, Presi- 
dent; Samuel C. Bigelow, Vice-President; J. J 
O'Brien, Treasurer; Charles J. King, Recording 
Secretary; Recording Secretary; William Doxey, 
Corresponding Secretary; H. R. Coleman, Librarian. 
Trustees— Sheldon G. Kellogg, T. R. Bannerman, J. 
B. Reinstein, T. P. Woodward, Julius Kahn, George 
H. Cabaniss, Col. T. H. Craig, Mrs. Edward May, 
Miss S. D. Hamlin. Location— Corner Golden Gate 
and Van Ness avenues. 

Odd Fellows' Library Association. Rooms, 
Odd Fellows' building. M. T. Moses, President; 
W. Thackeray, Secretary; E. Maginnis, Treasurer; 
--Andrew J. Cleary, Librarian. The library contains 
over forty thousand volumes in the various depart- 
ments of literature, including one of the most exten- 
sive collections of works on the early history of the 
Pacific Coast. It also contains a very complete and 
valuable cabinet of minerals. 

San Francisco Law Library Association. 
Organized in 1865. Rooms, New City Hall. Contains 
•35,000 volumes. John T. Doyle, President ; J. H. 
Deering, Librarian. 



LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, ETC. 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 819 
Market street. F. R. Ziel. Secretary and Treasurer, 
410 California street. 

B.vR Association or San Francisco. Organized 
April 20, 1872. Number of members, about 200. Ob- 
jects—To maintain the honor and dignity of the pro- 
fession of the law, to increase its usefulness in pro- 
moting the due administration of justice, to cul- 
tivate social intercourse among its members, and to- 
procure and maintain a library for their use. Rooms 
530 California street. Officers— Robert T. Hayne 
President; W. H. Fifield, Senior Vice-President; A 
C. Freeman. Junior Vice-President; E. B. Holladay, 
Recording Secretary; Warren Gregory, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; John M. Burnett, Treasurer. 



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Califoknia Academy of Sciences. Organized 
April 4, 1853. Location — Academy of Sciences Build- 
ing, 819 Market street. Officers— David Starr Jor- 
dan, President; William E. Rltter, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; H. H. Behr, Second Vice-President; J. O'B. 
Gunn, Corresponding Secretary; Gulian P. Rlxford, 
Recording Secretary; L. H.Foote, Treasurer; Charles 
R. Keeler, Librarian; J. Z. Davis, Director of 
Museum. Trustees — "W. C. Burnett, Charles F. 
Crocker, W. S. Keyes, E. J. Molera, George C. Per- 
kins, W. S. Chapman, Granville W. Stewart. The 
regular meetings of the Academy are held on the 
tlrst and third Monday evenings of the month. 
Museum open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. dally, except 
Sundays and holidays. Free to the public. 

Califoknia Electrical Society. Meets the 
first and third Monday evenings of each month at 
408 California street Officers— George P. Low, Pres- 
ident; C. O. Poole, Vice-President; Max Casparl, Sec- 
retary; H. T. Bestor, Treasurer. 

Califoknia Entomological Society. Meetings 
are held quarterly at the rooms of the State Board of 
Horticulture, rooms 1, 2 and 3. Mills Building, 8th 
floor. Objects of the Society are for the discussion 
and study of practical entomology. Maintained by 
membership dues, paid annually; issues a very inter- 
esting report In October of each year. Officers— 
Ellwood Cooper, President; B. M. Lelong, Secretary; 
Charles C. Reidy, Treasurer. 

Califoknia Historical Society. (See Libra r- 

California Institute of Public Accountants. 
Incorporated May 7, 1893. Purposes of the Asso- 
ciation—The elevation of the profession of public 
accountants and the establishment in one body 
of those who are practicing as such in the 
State of California; the dissemination of pro- 
fessional knowledge and the Inculcation of sound 
practice in accounting and auditing; to Increase 
the confidence of the banking, mercantile and 
general community in the employment of recog- 
nized accountants and auditors by admitting 
to the Institute such persons only as shall pass 
satisfactory examinations in the theory and prac- 
tice of the work, and by the prevention of Illegal 
and dishonorable practices ; to afford means of refer- 
ence for the amicable settlement of professional dif- 
ferences and to decide upon questions of professional 
usage and etiquette; to promote good feeling and 
friendly intercourse among the members; to watch 
over and promote the interests of the profession 
generally; it is also one of the purposes of the Insti- 
tute to furnish experienced public accountants 
specially qualified for each particular branch of 
business. J. E. Farnum, President; T. E. Atkinson, 
Secretary, 419 California street, room 2. 

California Pharmaceutical Society. Incor- 
porated December 10, 1871.— Created by the Cali- 
fornia College of Pharmacy (which, see) August 7. 
1872. Location— 113 Fulton street, where lectures are 
given for a term of six months, between April and 
October. Objects— The practical Interests of the 
pharmacists, the elevation of their professional 
standing, and their organization as a body for such 
purposes. Officers— S. Oberdeener, M. D., Santa 
Clara, President; G. E. Bacon, First Vice-President; 
E. A. Bagot. Second Vice-President; George J. Har- 
vey, Secretary; C. A. Bayly, Treasurer; W. T. 
Wenzell, Curator and Librarian; W. M. Searbv. 
Editor. 

California Pee.ss Club Hugo A. Bilay, Presi- 
dent; Blythe H. Henderson, Secretary; membership 
limited; initiation fee, S20; .516 California. 

California State Dental Association. Irvin 
W. Hayes, Jr., Grass Valley, President; W. Z. King, 
Recording Secretary, 1001 Valencia street; W. C. 
Reith, Corresponding Secretary. Next meeting will 
be held June 9, 1896, at Santa Cruz. 

California School of Mechanical Arts, The. 
Incorporated 1885. The school was founded by James 
Lick, and endowed with .S540,000, its object being 
" to educate males and females in the practical arts of 
life, such as workers In wood. Iron and stone, or any 
of the metals, and in whatever Industry Intelligent, 
mechanical skill now is or can hereafter be applied." 
It is open to any boy or girl who has completed all 
but one of the grammar grades, or an equivalent. 
It is free of charge for tuition. The academic build- 
mgs and shops occupy the block bounded by Six- 
teenth (or Center), El Dorado, Utah and Nebraska 
streets, about one mile south of the New City Hall, 
and one block east of Potrero avenue, accessible by 
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teenth street cars. Officers— Horace Davis, Presi- 
dent; A. S. Hallidie, Vice-President; Jas. S. Bunnell 
Secretary. Horace Davis, A. S. Hallidie, John O. 
Earl, Horatio Stebbins. D.D., and James Spiers 
Trustees. Geo. A. Merrill, Principal. 

California State Homeopathic Medic \l So- 
ciety. Incorporated December 22, 1877. Annual 
meeting second Wednesday In May, continuing three 
days; held at various places throughout the State, 
as members may elect. Object— The advancement of 
the science of medicine and surgery. Officers— C B 
Currier, M. D., President, San Francisco; H M 
Bishop, M.D.. First Vice-President, Los Angeles; 
Florence N. Ward. M. D., Second Vice-President, 
San Franelsco; Eleanor F. Martin, M. D., Secretary 
Palace Hotel, San Francisco; C. L. Tisdale, M. D , 
Treasurer, Alameda. 

California State Horticultural Society". 
Organized 1879. Object— The promotion of the 
science and practice of horticulture. Meetings the 
last Friday of each month at Assembly Hall, Mills 
Building, San Francisco. Officers— B. M. Lelong, 
President; Rev. W. C. Fltzsimmons, Treasurer; E. 
J. Wickson, Secretary, No. 12 Front street. 

California State Mining Bureau. Location- 
Pioneer building, 24 Fourth street. Organized un- 
der Act of Legislature approved April 16, 1860. The 
museum contains many rare and Interesting min- 
erals and curios. The library connected with the 
museum Is on the third fioor. 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 following Monday. Trustees— J. Z. Davis, 
President; W. S. Keyes, Vice-President; Thos. B. 
Bishop. W. S. Lyle, J. E. Doollttle, J. J. Crawford, 
State Mineralogist; Henry E. Durden, General Cus- 
todian and Secretary of the Board of Trustees; R. L. 
Ogden, Librarian. 

Chautauqua Assembly. The Chautauqua Liter- 
ary and Scientific Circle of the Pacific Coast held Its 
fifth annual meeting at Pacific Grove and elected 
the following officers: President, Rev. Eli Mc- 
CUsh, D. D., Napa City; Superintendent of Instruc- 
tion at the Pacific Grove and Shasta Assemblies, 
Rev. Thomas Filben D. D., San Francisco; Sec- 
retary, Mrs. E. M. Dawson, San Jose. The different 
assemblies on the Pacific Coast will be held in July 
of this year, and will be held in succession to allow 
as far as possible the use of the same talent in rota- 
tion at them all. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Western Coast 
Division). Office, rooms .33 and 39. U. S. Appraisers' 
Building. Augustus F. Rodgers, Edmund F. Dlcklns 
and Fremont Morse, Assistants, San Francisco; J. J. 
Gilbert, Assistant, Olympla, Wash. ; Ferdinand West- 
dahl. Draughtsman; Frank W. Edmonds, Clerk, 
San Francisco; Vicente Denis, Messenger. 

Geographical Society^ of California. Incor- 
porated December 11, 1891. Location — Academy of 
Sciences building. Object— The accumulation of geo- 
graphical knowledge, and the dissemmation of it for 
the benefit of commerce, navigation and society gen- 
erally. San Francisco being a great commercial 
port, resorted to by vessels cruising the entire 
Pacific Ocean and exploring constantly new and 
vaguely known Islands and coasts.and frequently the 
temporary home of noted travelers willing to lecture 
and place on record the results of their observations. 
This Society occupies, in part, a fruitful field at a 
very important point. Officers— Fred Wm. D'Evelyn, 
M. B., C. M., Edin.. President; Eli T. Sheppard, First 
Vice-President; Frank Shay, Second Vice-President; 
P. MacEwen, Secretary; Edwin Fretwell, Treasurer. 
Directors— A. L. Bancroft, Dorville Llbby, Hon. G. 
E. Hall, Rev. Frederick J. Masters. George A. Moore, 
Hon. W. H. Pratt, S. H. Strite. Honorary Council- 
Col. Charles F. Crocker. Rev. D. A. Goodsell, Daniel 
E. Hayes, Hon. E. W. McKlnstry, Stephen T. Gage, 
A. S. Hallidie, H. E. Huntington, Col. J. P. Jackson, 
Col. Geo. H. Morrison, John Rosenfeld, G. Howard 
Thompson, John J. Valentine. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. Organ- 
ized March 16, 1881; incorporated January 5, 1892- 
Location — San Francisco Stock Exchange building, 
room 2. Objects — To encourage geographical explo- 
rations and discovery, to investigate and discuss 
geographical information by lectures, discussion and 
publications, and to gradually accumulate the best 
books on geography, history, etc., and maps and 
charts, especially those relating to the Pacific Coast 
and Islands of the Pacific. Officers— George David- 
son, President; Ralph C. Harrison, Irving M.Scott 



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and Charles L. Taylor, Vice-Presidents; John Part- 
ridge, Secretary: Thomas F. Trenor, Assistant 
Secretary; Harry Durbrow, Treasurer. Directors- 
George Davidson, John Dolbeer, Charles L. Taylor, 
E. J. Bowen. Harry Durbrow, John Partridge and 
Louis L. Xelson. Councilors— Ralph C. Harrison, 
Mark Sheldon, Charles Goodall. George C. Perkins, 
Henry Lund. Gustav Niebaum, Jeremiah Lynch, 
William Hood, James S. Houghton, Irving M. Scott, 
Sutro and F. Stevens Cook. M. D. 



Golden State AiiAXErE Press Association. 
Organized 1886. Object— To promote amateur writ- 
ing in California. Meets the second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month. Otficers— President, H. 
C. Morris; Vice-President, G. A. Hinkel; Secretary, 
Miss Alice Lohmeyer; Corresponding Secretary, Leon 
M. Voorsanger. 1249 Franklin street ; Treasurer. 
F. C. Mortimer; Official Editor, Wm. A. Day. 

Mechanics' Institute. Organized March 29, 1855. 
Location— 31 Post street. The design and objects of 
this association are to cultivate a social feeling of 
friendship and the mutual Improvement of its mem- 
bers; the dissemination of information and useful 
knowledge by the establishment of a library of cir- 
culation and reference, a museum and reading room; 
the formation of classes and delivery of lectures for 
tuition, the collection of a cabinet, scientific appara- 
tus, works of art, the purchase of property and erec- 
tion of buildings for the requirements of the Insti- 
tute and for any scientific, mechanical and literary 
purpose. The society has a valuable library, con- 
taining 70.000 volumes, including many rare scientific 
works, and a reading room well supplied with the 
leading scientific and literary periodicals of the day; 
night classes, wherein a large number of young peo- 
ple receive free instruction in mechanical and free- 
hand drawing, and lectures by distinguished gentle- 
men on popular subjects. Any person may become 
a member, being acceptable to the Board of Trus- 
tees, by paying an initiation fee of SI and *1.50 quar- 
terly dues, in advance. The Institute also owns the 
Mechanics' Pavilion, located on the southwest corner 
of Grove and Larkin streets, in which, under the 
auspices of the Institute, the annual Industrial 
Expositions are held. Officers— E. A. Denicke, Presi- 
dent; Rodney Kendrick, Vice-President; First Na- 
tional Bank, Treasurer; Heald, Recording 

Secretary; Joseph M. Gumming. Corresponding Sec- 
retary; J. H. Culver, . ecretary; A. M. Jellison, 
Librarian. 

LiGVE Nationale Fkancaise. Organized Aug- 
ust 4. 1871. Meets third Jlonday of each month at 
305 Larkin street. Objects— To promote friendship, 
harmony and intelligence among the French resi- 
dents of California, and enable them to co-operate in 
enterprises of general importance. Officers— Daniel 
Levy. President; E. Raas and D. Roth, Vice-Presi- 
dents: Em. Meyer. Treasurer; E. Godchaux and A. 
Freling, Secretaries; F. Lacoste, A. Goustiaux, V. 
Gardet, J. Ladagnous and E. Marque, Members of 
Council. A. Masson, Librarian and Secretary. The 
library belonging to the society contains about six- 
teen thousand volumes, partly voluntary donations. 
Any person may have access to the reading room, 
being acceptable to the Board of Trustees, and pay- 
ing an initiatory fee of one dollar, and fifty cents 
monthly, due In advance. Open every day from 
12 31. to 6 p. M., and from 7:30 P. M. to 10 p. ii., except 
Sundays and legal holidays. 

Medical Society of the State of Califor- 
nia. Organized 1856; incorporated 1871. Meets an- 
nually on the third Tuesday of April, meeting last- 
ing four days. No fixed place of meeting. W. Le 
Moyne Wells, Los Angeles, President : George 
Chismore and H. G. Brainerd, Los Angeles, Vice- 
Presidents; W. W. Kerr, San Francisco, Secretary; 
J. H. Parkinson, Treasurer. 

Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club. W. F. 
Russell, Secretary, 14 Sansome street. 

Philatelic Society of San Francisco. An in- 
ternational organization. Organized August 25, 1892. 
Dr. William G. Sylvester, President; Hugo A. Bilay, 
Vice-President; Charles M. Daiss, Treasurer; 
George M. Schiller, Secretary; William H. Hollis, 
Librarian, 105 O'Farrell street; Edward E. North- 
rup, Superintendent of Sales; William H. Hollis, 
Purchasing Agent. Executive Board— Henry W. 
Doscher, George N. Brewer, Hugo A. Bilay, 
O. L. Blackman, Edward E. Northrup. Member- 
ship—All active collectors over eighteen years of age 
are eligible to membership. Application blanks 
can be secured from officers of the society and deal 
ers In San Francisco. All applications must be en 



dorsed by two members of the society. Dues- 
Active membership, twenty-five cents per month; 
corresponding membership, Sl.OO per year in advance 
Including a subscription to the official journal 
Meetings are held every Friday evening at 103 
105 O'Farrell street. Visiting corresponding mem 
hers enjoy the same privileges as active mem- 
bers, when in the city. Official organ. The Philatelic 
Calif ornian. 

PoLYPATHic Medical and Surgical Associa- 
tion. European staff of physicians. 1531 Sutter 
street. 

San Francisco County Medical Society. Or- 
ganized February, 1868. Meet at 32 O'Farrell street, 
second Tuesday of each month at 8:30 p. m. Or- 
ganized for the purpose of reading and the discus- 
sion of papers on medical subjects. Officers— Wm. 
Fitch Cheney, M. D., President; J. H. Barbat, M. D., 
First Vice-President; F. B. Carpenter, M. D., Sec- 
ond Vice-President; A. P. Woodward, M. D., Re- 
cording Secretary; L. M. F. Wanzer, M. D., Assis- 
tant Recording and Corresponding Secretary; W. S. 
Whitwell, M. D., Treasurer; D. W. Montgomery, 
M. D., Librarian and Curator. Trustees — Henry 
Gibbons. Jr., M. D., W. F. McNutt, M. D., James 
Simpson, M. D. 

San Francisco County- Society of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. Frank Cornwall, M. D., 
President; E. H. Mattner, M. D., Vice-President; 
J. C. Bainbridge, M. D., Secretary. Meetings held 
at 1422 Folsom street, first Monday of each month at 
8 p. M. 

San Francisco Microscopical Society. Or- 
ganized April 12, 1872. Object— The promotion of 
microscopical science in all its branches, to be ac- 
complished by the holding of meetings for scientific 
intercourse and discussion; by the reading and pub- 
lication of papers relating to microscopical and kin- 
dred sciences, and by other suitable means. Its 
membership includes both those who are profes- 
sional employers of the instrument and those who 
seek in its use recreation from the severer tasks of 
life. Its meetings are divided into two classes. 
Those falling on the first Wednesday of each month 
are for the presentation of papers and the trans- 
action 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 
interchange of ideas and the exhibition of objects. 
At intervals these conversational nights are con- 
verted Into exhibitions, to which the members In- 
vite their friends. Frequently, throughout the year, 
the Society has its field days, on which the members 
visit some designated locality in the neighborhood, 
and in this way many valuable additions have been 
made to the micro-fauna and flora of this region. 
Officers— John C. Spencer. M. D., President; R. H. 
Freund, Vice-President; Charles C. Riedy, Treas- 
urer; George Otis Mitchell, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, 18\7i4 Pine street; William E. Loy, Recording 
Secretary. There are about 75 active members. 

Sierra Club. Office, Academy of Sciences build- 
ing, 819 Market street. Objects— To explore, enjoy 
and render accessible the mountain regions of the 
Pacific Coast, and to enlist the support and co-oper- 
ation of the people and the Government in preserving 
the forests and other features of the Sierra Nevada 
Mountains. Officers— John Muir, President; Warren 
Olney, First Vice-President and Treasurer; Joseph 
LeConte, Second Vice-President; Elliott McAllister, 
Secretary; J. H. Senger, Corresponding Secretary, 
Directors — George Davidson, Dorvllle Llbby. J. M. 
Stillman, C. B. Bradley. 

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, 18.50, are eligible to 
membership. Any who have rendered distinguished 
or Important services to the Society or State may be 
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 



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Union. Ttie Society is possessed of a library, an ex- 
cellent cabinet of minerals, relics of early times and 
various other objects of interest OtHcers — H. N. 
Tllden, President; Niles Searls, H. E. Highton, C. T. 
Ryland, H. H. Ellis and T. L. Barlser, Vice-Presi- 
dents; J. D. Tallant, Treasurer; John I. Spear, Sec- 
retary; John F. Pinkham, Marshal. Directors- 
Christian Keis, Henry B. Russ, E. M. Root, 
D. D. Harris, E, T. Kruse, Charles C. Moore 
and Leon Sloss. Standing Committees of the 
Board of Directors— Finance, Russ, Tllden, Sloss; 
Auditing, Tllden, Root, Kruse; History and Biogra- 
phy, King, Moore, Glbbs; Relief, Glbbs, Bering, Russ; 
Library and Cabinet, Kruse, Moore, Root; New and 
Old Halls, Bering. Tllden, King; Lick Estate, Root, 
Olbbs, Sloss; Judiciary, Sloss, King, Bering; Lectures 
and Entertainments, Moore, Kruse, Russ. 

State Board or Hokticultuke. — Meets at rooms 
1, 2 and 3, Mills building, fifth floor. Officers- Ell- 
wood Cooper, President, Santa Barbara, Commis- 
sioner for the Los Angeles District; Mark L. Mc- 
Donald, Vice-President, Santa Rosa, Commissioner 
for the Sonoma District; Fred C. Miles, Treasurer, 
Penryn, Commissioner for the El Dorado District; 
R. D. Stephens, Sacramento, Auditor, San Francisco, 
Commissioner for the State at Large; Frank A. 
Kimball, National City, Commissioner for the State 
at Large; Sol Runyon, Courtland, Commissioner for 
the Sacramento District; I. H. Thomas, Vlsalia, 
Commissioner for the San Joaquin District; A. Block, 
Santa Clara, Commissioner for the San Francisco 
District; B. M. Lelong, Secretary, ex-officio Chief 
Horticultural Officer; Alexander Craw, Quarantine 
Officer and Entomologist; Ella F. Hallahan, Clerk. 

Stomatological Dental Club. Organized June, 
1894. Incorporated November, 1894. Object— Ad- 
vancement of dental science. Meets every Tuesday 
from 3 to 4 p. M., and on the same evening at 235 Post 
street. William J. Younger, President; Russell H. 
Cool, Vice-President; S. E. Knowles, Secretary; 
Thomas Morfew, Treasurer. 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast— 
Organized April, 1884. Meets in the Society's rooms, 
Acadamy of Sciences building, 819 Market street, 
on the first Friday of each month. Rooms open to 
members every day and evening. Number of mem- 
bers two hundred and fifty-five. Objects— The ad- 
vancement of the technical professions by means of 
the reading of papers and discussion of questions 
pertaining thereto, and the establishment of a cen- 
tral point of reference for engineers. Officers- 
George W. Dickie, President; W. G. Curtis, Vice- 
President; Otto von Geldern, Secretary; Edward T. 
Schild, Treasurer. Directors— W. F. C. Hasson, J. 
D. Isaacs, Louis Falkenan, Randell Hunt, Joseph C. 
Sala. 

Tekkitoeial Pioneers op California. Incor- 
porated November 10, 1874. The objects of this asso- 
ciation are to form a more perfect union of the 
pioneers of California in the bonds of friendship, 
and to cultivate social intercourse between them; 
to collect and preserve historical facts and informa- 
tion in connection with the early and subsequent 
history of the settlement of the Pacific Coast ; to 
form a library for the diffusion of useful knowledge 
among Its members; to form a cabinet of such 
minerals, geological and other natural substances as 
can be obtained by the association; to pursue such 
literary and scientific objects, by means of lectures 
or otherwise, as shall be deemed expedient by the 
Board of Directors, and to perpetuate the memory of 
those whose wisdom, valor and enterprise advanced 
civilization to the shores of the Pacific. All white 
males who were in California prior to the ninth day 
of September, 1850, and the male descendants of all 
such, of lawful age, are eligible to membership. 
Officers- Charles Nelson, President; Wm. McAfee, 
First Vice-President; O. J. Preston, Second Vice- 
President; Lowell J.Hardy, Jr., Secretary; Samuel 
Figel, Treasurer; H. F. \V. Hoffman, Marshal. Sec- 
retary's office, 608 Spreckels' building. 

Xavier Literary Club. Organized at St. Jo- 
seph's Hall, May 16, 1894. Object— The promotion of 
faith, friendship and knowledge; limit of member- 
ship, one hundred. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month at San Francisco Hall, 
Alcazar Building. Officers— President, Joseph P. 
Hayes; Recording Secretary, E. F. Lacy; Financial 
Secretary, James Meehan. 

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MEDICAL AND DENTAL 
COLLEGES. 

California College of Pharmacy- Incor- 
porated August 7, 1872. Affiliated with the LTniver- 
slty of California June 18, 1873. Location— 113 Ful- 
ton street. This college was created by the Califor- 
nia Pharmaceutical Society to promote the study of 
pharmacy, and to confer degrees upon graduates. 
Officers— F. A. Beckett, M. D., President; Charles A. 
Bayly, Vice-President; O. A. Weihe, Secretary: 
W. M. Searby, Dean. 

College of Dentistry of the University of 
California. Location— Donohoe Building, corner of 
Market and Taylor streets, upper floor. L. L. Dun- 
bar, D. D. S., Dean. 

Cooper Medical College— Founded in 1858. En- 
dowed in 1882 by Professor L. C. Lane. The college 
is situated on the northeast corner of Sacramento and 
and Webster streets, one block from the California 
street cars, and four blocks from the Sutter street 
cars, by which line the City and County Hospital 
may be readily reached; and the Sacramento street 
cable cars pass the college doors. Faculty— L. C. 
Lane, A. M., M.D., M. R. C. S. Eng., LL. D, Profes- 
sor of Surgery and President of the College; C. N. 
Ellinwood, M. D., Professor of Physiology; Adolph 
Barkan, M. D. Professor of Ophthalmology, Laryn- 
gology and Otology; Joseph H. Wythe, M. D., LL.D., 
F. R. M. S., Professor of Microscopy and Histology; 
Henry Gibbons, Jr., A. M., M.D., Professor of Ob- 
stetrics and Diseases of Women and Children; 
Joseph O. Hirschfelder, M. D., Professor of Clinical 
Medicine; Clinton Gushing, M. D., Professor of 
Gynecology; Wm. T. Wenzell, M. D., Acting Profes- 
sor of Chemistry and Toxicology; R. H. Plummer,' A. 
M., M. D., M. R. C. S. Eng., Professor of Anatomy; 
Charles H. Steele, A. M., M. D., Professor of Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics; C. N. Ellinwood, M. D., 
Acting Professor of Clinical Surgery; Albert 
Abrams, M. D., Professor of Pathology. 

Hahnemann Hospital College of San Fran- 
cisco, The (Homeopathic). Location— 115 Haight 
street, above Octavla street. Incorporated January 
20, 1881. Four years' graded course of study. The 
regular course of 1896 will begin on the first Monday 
in October and continue seven months. Dr. Geo. H. 
Palmer, President; Dr. C. B. Currier, 921 Geary 
street. Dean of the Faculty. 

Medical Department of the University of 
California. Martin Kellogg, A. M., President; 
Robert A. McLean, M. D., Dean. Office, 305 Kearny 
street. The lectures are given at Toland Hall, 
Stockton street, near Chestnut. The session of 
1896-1897 will begin September 1st and continue for 
eight months. 

San Francisco Polyclinic Post Graduate 
Medical Department of the University of 
California. Location— 410 Ellis street. A school 
of clinical medicine for graduates of colleges of 
regular medicine. 



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Commander-in-Chief and Staff — Headquarters 

State Capitol, Sacramento. James H. Budd 

Gov., Com.-in-Chief. 
Andrew W. Barrett, Brig.-Gen., Adj .-General, 

Sacramento. 
Robert L. Peeler, Colonel, Ass't Adj.-Gen., Sacra 

raento. 
John B. Wright, Colonel, Engineer Officer, Sacra 

mento. 
Forrest S. Chadbourne, Colonel, Paymaster-Gen 

eral, 10 California street, S. F. 
George B. Sperry, Colonel and Inspector of Rifle 

Practice, Stockton. 
John T. Harrington, Judge Advocate-Genera 

Colusa. 
Wm. Hopkins. Col., Surg.-Gen., S. F. 
W. D. Sanborn, Lt.-Col., Aid-de-Camp, 32 Mont 

gomery street, S. F. 
W. J. Younger, Lt.-Col., Ald-de-Camp, 300 Stockton 

street, S. F. 
J. E. Doolittle, Lt.-Col., Aid-de-Camp, Palace Hotel, 

S. F. 
J. S. Young, Lt.-Col., Aid-de-Camp, Russ House, 

S. F. 
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N. T. James, Lt.-CoL, Ald-de-Camp, 416 Califorula 

street, S. F. 
Herbert Choynski, Lt.-CoL, Ald-de-Camp, 319 Pine 

street, S. F. 
J. F. Burgln, Lt.-CoL, Ald-de-Camp, Mills Bldg, S. F. 
Frank Vail, Lt.-Col., Ald-de-Camp, 741 Market 

street, S. F. 
"W. E. Fisher, Lt.-Col., Aid-de-Camp, 14 Post street, 

S. F. 
Frank McLauglilln, Lt.-Col., Ald-de-Camp, Oroville. 
T. P. Hanson, Lt.-Col., Aid-de-Camp, Pasadena. 
John Bradbury, Lt.-Col., Ald-de-Camp, Los An- 
geles. 
A. G. Gasson, Lt.-Col., Aid-de-Camp, San Diego. 
Division Commander and Staff. Headquarters 
202 Market street, S. F. Maj-Gen. W. H. Dlmond, 
commanding. Col. A. E. Castle, Asst. Adj.-Gen. and 
Chief of Staff; Col. J. E. Laine, Surgeon; D. 
Geary, Lt.-Col., Q. M., 14 Post street; J. C. Currier, 
Lt.-Col.. Div. Inspector, 320 Sansome street; George 
Stone, Lt.-Col., Engineer Officer, Mills Building; 
Thomas Cluff, Lt.-Col., I. R. P., 40 Fourth street; 
George H. Pippv, Lt.-Col., O. O., Chronicle Building; 
George A. Knight, Lt.-Col., Judge Advocate, Chroni- 
cle Building; I. W. Hellman, Jr., Lt.-Col., Paymaster, 
Union Trust Building; J. C. Kirkpatrick, Lt. Col., 
Commissary, Palace Hotel; F. F. Follis, Lt.-Col., 
Signal Officer; W. B. Hooper, Maj., A. D. C, Occi- 
dental Hotel; Willis Dodd, Maj., A. D. C, Union 
Iron Works. 
Second Brigade— Comprising the counties of San 
Francisco, 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 BPvIGADE. 
Headquarters, 420 Bush St., room 6. 
R. H. Warfleld, Brlg.-General Commanding, 420 Bush 
street, S. F.; J. G. Glesting, Lt.-Colonel, As- 
sistant Adjutant-General; G. F. Hanson, M. D., 
Lt.-Colonel, Surgeon; Chas. Jansen, Major, 
Inspector ; H. T. Sime, Major, Quartermaster 
and Paymaster; W. A. Halsted, Major, Com- 
missary; H. B. Hosmer, Major, Ins. R. P. and 
O. O.; C. H. Murphy, Major, Engineer O.; C. J. 
Evans, Major, Signal Officer; D. S. Dorn, Major, 
Judge Advocate; S. L.Naphtaly, Captain, Aid; 
H. A. Wegener, Captain, Aid ; Eugene De Spaar, 
Sergt. -Major and Staff Orderly; E. S. Crosby, 
Sergt.-Major and Staff Orderly. 

FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY, N. G. C. 

Headquarters, Armory, cor. Page and Gough Sts. 

Field Officers— William Macdonald, Col. Com., 315 
Montgomery street; Victor D. Duboce, Lt.-Col., 
638 Market street; Charles Boxton, Maj., 231 
Post street; Charles Tilden, Maj., Crocker 
Building. 

Staff Officers— Alfred J. Kelleher, Captain and 
Adj., 2324 Clay street; C. Middleton, 1st Lt. and 
Bat. Adj., Giant, Cal.; Bert R. Hecht, 1st Lt., 
Q. M. and Paymaster, 225 Bush street; Louis 
Barrere, 1st Lt., I. R. P. and Ordmance Officer, 
312 Pine street; Emil A. Kehrlein, 1st Lt. and 
Commissary, 909 Lombard street; W. D. Mc- 
Carthy, Maj. and Surgeon, 111 Eddy street; P. 
J. H. Farrell, Captain and Asst. Surgeon, 2.35 
Post street. 

Co. A — J. F. Connolly, Captain, 608 Jackson street; 
George T. Ballinger, 1st Lt., 1516 Baker street; 

, 2d Lt. Armory, corner Page and Gough 

streets. 

Co. B — George Filmer, Captain, SE corner Clay and 
Sansome streets; B. B. Sturdlvant, 1st Lt., 413 
California street; E. J. Blunkall, 2d Lt., 1009 
Valencia street. Armory, corner Page and 
Gough streets. 

Co. C— James W. Dumbrell, Captain, 1037 Market 
street; Charles Goodall, 1st Lt., SE corner 
Beale and Market streets; John Ritter, 2d Lt. 
Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. D— R. A. Marshall, Captain, 20^^ Franklin street; 
Eugene V. Sullivan, 1st Lt., 357 Eleventh street; 
Thomas J. McCreagh, 2d Lt., 113 Fillmore 
street. Armory, corner Page and Gough 
streets. 

Co. E— Edward Fitzpatrick, Captain, 5 Front street; 
Frank J. Ralph, 1st Lt., 1014 Howard street; W. 
R. Robertson, 2d Lt., 318 Pine street. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 



Co. F— John A. Miller, Captain, 202 Market street; 
Firman A. Nippert, 1st Lt., 25 Page street; W. 
M. Masury, 2d Lt., 2631 Sacramento street. 
Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. G— Edgar C. Sutliffe, Captain, Wells, Fargo & 
Co., Auditor's Office; Thomas W. Sparrowe, 1st 
Lt., 101 Post street; J. A. Christie. 2d Lt., 21 
Halght street. Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. H— Frank W. Warren, Captain, 111-121 Post 
street; , 1st Lt.; John J. West, 402 Mont- 
gomery street. Armory, corner Page and 
Gough streets. 

;— R. Richter, Captain, NE corner Page and 
Octavia streets; Herman Huber, 1st Lt., 25 
Page street; Wm. H. Tobin, 2d Lt., 813 Lott 
street. Armory, corner Page and Gough 



Co. 



Co. K— Thomas J. Cunningham. Captain, 303 Cali- 
fornia street; Edward D. Finley, 1st Lt., 1309 
Polk street; C. W. Seeley, 2d Lt., 1810 San 
Carlos avenue. Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. L— J. Frank Eggert, Captain, 12 Post street; H. 
E. Curzon, 1st Lt., 116 Montgomery street; A. 
C. Adler, 2d Lt., 1 Sansome street. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. M— Thomas F. O'Neil, Captain, 25 Page street; 
Edward D. Carroll, 1st Lt., 40T Battery street; 
C. J. Hogan, 2d Lt., 1008 Sutter street. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Cadet Co.— J. R. Moulthrop, Captain; C. F. Chemi- 
nant, Ist Lt.; W. Pritchard, 2d Lt. Armory, 
Boys' High School. 

Band— C. H. Cassasa, Leader, 425 Buchanan street; 
George W. Bennett, Business Manager, 939J4 
Dolores street. 

SIGNAL CORPS— SECOND BRIGADE. 

Armory, 815 Ellis Street. 

Captain— George C. Boardman Jr., 218 Montgomery 

street. Lieutenant— Philip J. Perkins, 231 Post 

street. Number of members, 40. 

TROOP A, CAVALRY, N. G. C. 

Armory, 223 Geary Street. 

Captain . First Lieutenant— C. A. Jenksr 

Second Lieutenant, I. Ward Eaton; First Sergeant^ 
R. B. Ellis. Organized July 27, 1849. Number of 
members, 65. 

NAVAL BATTALION. 

Louis H. Turner, Lt.-Com., 28 California street; 

Lieut. W. E. Elliot, Adj., 28 California street. 
First Division— Colin A. Douglass, Lt.Com.; Lieut. 

E. E. Mauseau, Jr. Grade; Lieut. G. C. Calden, 

Jr. Grade; A. H. Heney, Ensign. 
Second Division— Wm. E. Gunn, Lt.-Com,; A. H. 

Elliot, Ensign; Wm F. Burke, Lt. Jr. Grade; 

J. S. Emanuel, Ensign. 
Third Division— Lieut. T. M. Shaw, Com.; L. F. 

Chandler, Lt. Jr. Grade; James McNair, En- 
sign; Edward Fletcher, Ensign. 
Fourth Division— Lieut. A. Morey, Com.; L;eut- 

H. B. George, Jr. Grade; W. E. Lindsay, En 

sign; C. E. Miller, Ensign. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA— UNIVERSITY" 
CADETS (UNATTACHED). 
Berkeley, Cal. 
Frank L. Winn, Commandant, 1st Lieut., 12th U. S_ 
Infantry, detailed from War Department, U. S.; 
A. McCullough, Major; W. D. Thompson, Major; 
S. L. Naphtaly, Capt. and Adjutant; A. W. Dozier, 
1st Lieut, and Quartermaster; T. R. Kelley, 1st Lieut, 
and Signal Officer; M. McNutt, 2d Lieut, and Artil- 
lery Officer; T. R. Crawford, 2d Lieut, and Band 
Leader; H. P. Veeder, Capt. Co. A.: H. A. Timer, 
1st Lieut.; R. A. Kinzie, 2d Lieut.; R. J. Russ, Capt. 
Co. B.; E. J. Crawford, 1st Lieut.; F. P. Taylor, 2d 
Lieut.; J.H.Mee, 2d Lieut.; P. L. Bush, Capt. Co. C; 
G. S. Walker, 1st Lieut.; W. C. Jurgens, 2d Lieut.; 
H. B. Graham, Capt. Co. D.: C. W. Morse, Ist Lieut.; 
C. A. Son, 2d Lieut.; G. D. Kierulff, Capt. Co. E.; 
E. J. Jackson, 1st Lieut.; N. K. Davis, 2d Lieut.;. 
H. W. Allen, Capt. Co. F.; C. A. Cross, Ist Lieut.; 
O. S. Case, 2d Lieut.; E. T. Blake, Capt. Co. G.; J. B. 
Metcalfe, 2d Lieut. Total number of members, 
about 500. Headquarters, University of California,. . 
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Vetbeans' National Guard of Califoenia. 
Organized May l(i, 1888. Objects— To promote social 
reunion and good fellowship; to assist its members 
in all just claims for the rights and benefits con- 
fefred upon them by the laws of the State of Cali- 
rornia, and to advance the interests of the N ational 
Guard. Seven years' of continuous service in the 
National Guard of the State is a pre-requisite of 
membership. Meets on the third Wednesday of 
each month at the Veterans' Headquarters, 815 Ellis 
street. Officers— Major A. D. Grimwood, Com- 
mander; Col. Sheldon I. Kellogg, Vice-Commander; 
€apt. C. P. Le Breton, Financier; C. S. Benedict, 
Treasurer; E. N. Snook, Recorder. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. 

These Military organizations are independent of 

the National Guard of California, and for the most 

part are attached to some benevolent association. 

AusTEiAN Military Co. Organized March, 1879. 
Number of members, 70. Armory, 35 Eddy 
street. 

EiNTEACT Rifle Section. Organized 1876. Num- 
ber of members, 65. Armory, Twelfth street, 
near Howard. 

Feench Zouaves. Organized May, 1870. Number 
of members, 150. Armory, 810 Pacific street. 

Independent Rifles. Organized March 8, 1877. 
Number of members, 75. Armory, 814 Geary 
street; E. Moenning, Secretary, 614 Octavia 
street. 

Italian Shaepshootees. Organized May, 1878. 
Number of members, 80. Armory, northwest 
corner Union and Stockton streets. 

Juarez Guard. Organized October 17, 1871. Num- 
ber of members. 275. Armory. Apollo Hall, 810 
Pacific street. A. dela ToiT.e, Captain; A. Rojo, 
1st Lieut.; A. de la Torre, Jr., 2d Lieut.; A. 
Montero, 1st Sergeant. 

LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CADETS. 

First Regiment (Dismounted Artillery). Estab- 
tablished January 7, 1894. Comprises ten companies 
with 500 members. Membership is confined to those 
who are members of the League of the Cross. Its 
objects are "to give to its members the opportunity 
to profit by those lessons of order, punctuality, obe- 
dience and courtesy which are taught by military 
discipline, and to render them thoroughly fitted to 
perform what is the privilege and duty of all Ameri- 
can citizens, the defense of their country and their 
flag as intelligent soldiers, should occasion ever 
arise." Regimental headquarters, 14 McAllister 
street, room 43. 

Wm. C. Mahoney, Colonel; Martin P. O'Dea, Lieut. - 
Colonel; D. J. McGloin, Major 1st Battalion; 
J. Brouchoud, Major 2d Battalion; Daniel C. 
Deasy, Capt. and Adjutant; James Devlin, 
Lieut, and Commissary; Thomas F. Ryan, 
Lieut, and Inspector; H. F. Sullivan, Lieut, 
and Quartermaster; Dr. A. P. Mulligan, Capt. 
and Surgeon; Edward F. Fay, Lieut, and Adju- 
tant, 1st Battalion; Edward Deasy, Lieut, and 
Adjutant, 2d Battalion. 
Co. A— St. Mary's Cathedral parish. Meets every 

Monday evening. Frank S. Drady, Captain. 
Co. B— St. Charles' Parish. Meets every Friday even- 
ing. Thomas Kennedy, Captain. 
Co. C— St. Patrick's parish. Meets every Saturday 

evening. Edward Fitzgerald, Captain. 
Co. D— Sacred Heart parish. Meets every Tuesday 

evening. J. McBride, Captain. 
Co. E— St. James' parish. Meets every Tuesday 

evening. Wm. McCarthy. Captain. 
Co. G— St. Bridgid's parish. Meets every Friday 

evening. Edward Power, Captain. 
Co. H— St. Brendan's parish. Meets every Sunday 

evening. James Power, Captain. 
Co. I— St. Peter's parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. Peter Haggerty, Captain. 
Co. K— St. Paul's parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. E. J. Loughery, Captain. 
Co. L— Mission Dolores parish. Meets every Friday 

evening. Wm. Clark, Captain. 
l/AFAYETTE GuAED. Organized June 1, 1865. Num- 
ber of members, 168. Armory, 730 Montgomery 
street. 
ScHUETZEN Veeein. Organized September. 1859. 
Number of members, 68. Armory, 620 Bush 
street. Election of officers second Friday in 
March. 



Swiss Shaepshooters. Organized March, 1860. 

Number of members, 90. Armory, 808 Pacific 

street. 
Veteean Guaed of California, G. A. R. Number 

of members, 50. Armory, California Hall. 

Officers— J. B. Lauck, Capt.; H. H. Todd, 1st 

Lt.; John Tuttle, 2d Lt.; T. C. Masteller, IstLt. 

and Adjt.; Eugene Wiegand, 1st Lt. and Q. M.; 

J. J. Frank, 1st Lt. and Com. ; J. H. Banfield, 1st 

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PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONS. 

American Association of Masters and Pilots. 
Meets at 114 O'Farrell street, Albion Hall, on first and 
third Saturdays of each month. For the better regu- 
lation of matters pertaining to our craft, the promo- 
tion of social welfare of the members of our profes- 
sion, the elevation of their standing as such, and of 
their character as men, and for the better protection 
of the lives and property Intrusted to our care. 
Officers— L. P. Harvey. Worthy Captain; Robert W. 
Anderson, First Pilot; Charles McNeil, Second Pilot; 
S. G. Naylor, Captain's Clerk. Office and reading- 
room, 9 Mission street, room 4. 

American Union Fish Company. 513-519 Wash- 
ington street. Carlo Dondero, Secretary. 2815 
Greenwich street. 

Austrian National Society. Meets first Wed- 
nesday of each month at 121 New Montgomery 
street. 

Barbers' Protective Union. Organized Feb- 
ruary 13, 1878. Meets first and third Thursdays in 
each month, at Lincoln Hall, 320 Post street. Mem- 
bership, 130. 

Bookbinders' Peotective and Beneficial 
Association of San Francisco. Local Union, 
No. 31, I. B. of B. Organized August 15, 1875. Meets 
second Tuesday evening of each month at 539 Cali- 
fornia street. Officers— James Rutherford, 819 Twen- 
ty-fourth street. President; Richard F. Gorman, 
Vice-President; William B. Curtis, 1517 Twenty- 
fourth street. Secretary; Thomas B. Gould, Treas- 

Brewers' Protective Association. Incorpo- 
rated September 14, 1S74. Objects— Protection of 
mutual Interests and promotion of harmony among 
brewery proprietors. Meets at room 40, Flood Build- 
ing, every Friday at 2 p. m. Officers— W. A. Fred- 
erick, President; C. B. Stone, Vice-President; R. 
Mohr, Secretary; Geo. F. Volz, Treasurer. 

Beotheehood of Locomotive Ensineees. Meets 
on first Tuesday and third Saturday of each month at 
501 Valencia street. 

Brotheehood of Locomotive Fieeman. Meets 
every Monday of each month at .501 Valencia street. 

Builders' Association op California. The. 
40 New Montgomery street. Meets on the second 
Monday of each month at 1:30 p. m. S. H. Kent. 
President. 

California State Retail Dkug&ists' Associ- 
ciation. For protection in trade interests. John 
Calvert, President, San Francisco; C. F. Heinzeman. 
First Vice-President, Los Angeles; W. C. Smith. 
Second Vice-President, Oakland: S. A. McDonnell. 
Treasurer; Richard E. White, Secretary, 400 Hayes 
street, San Francisco. 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized Augnst 26, 1876. Meets second 
and fourth Saturday evenings of each month at 
B'nai B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy street. J. B. Nlderost. 
Secretary. 

Franklin Spar and Bau Veeein. Organized 
December 6, 1875. Office, 413 Bush street. Objects: 
To raise funds and make loans among its members, 
thus enabling them to acquire and improve real 
estate. Officers— F. Ludemann, President; William 
Hatje, 515 Market street. Secretary; K. Meusdorffer. 
Treasurer. 

Gakdenees' and Ranchers' Association. Or- 
ganized August 1.5, 1874. Number of members, 88. 
Meets last Saturday of each month at 519 Davis 
street. Domenico Gianni, Secretary; residence, 6 
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International Association of Machinists. 
San Francisco Lodge, No. 68. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 
J. H. Maglnis, Recording Secretary. 

Law and Order League of California. In- 
corporated in 189.5. Barclay J. Smith, President; 
Mrs. Rose M. French, Secretary, 941 Valencia street; 
Curtis Hillyer, Attorney, 17 Mills Building, 9th floor. 

Manufacturers' Association or California. 
Incorporated November 13, 1883. This Association 
has no capital stoclf. George C. Hickox, Secretary, 
Mutual Life Building. 

Masons' and Builders' Association. Location— 
40 New Montgomery street. Adam Beck, Presi- 
dent; M. V. Brady, Secretary; Thomas Butler, 
Treasurer. 

Master Painters' Association of the Pacific 
Coast. Location— 40 New Montgomery street. E. 
Black, President; H. Wagner, Secretary. 

Master Plumbers' Association. Organized 
1882. A local branch of the National Association of 
Master Plumbers of the United States. Objects- 
Trade protection and a higher standard of work. 
OfiScers— Samuel Ickelheimer, President; James E. 
Brltt, Vice-President; Frederick Snook, Treasurer; 
Charles Meehan, Robert A. Vance, Richard Rice, 
Trustees; George C. Dallamore, Financial Secre- 
tary; John B. Butterworth, Recording Secretary; 
John L. E. Firmin, Corresponding Secretary. 1244 
Valencia street. Meets on the first and Third Fridays 
of each month at the room of the Association, 75 
Flood Building. 

MiLLMEN's Protective Association. Location 
—40 New Montgomery street. William Crocker, 
President; William N. Miller, Secretary. Meets first 
Tuesday of each month. 

Pacific Coast Trotting-horse Breeders 
Association. 313 Bush street. F. W. Kelley, Secre- 
tary. 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent As- 
sociation— 510 Bush street. Meets second and last 
Sunday afternoons of each month at 510 Bush street. 
J. Coelho, President; J. T. Viegas, Vice-President; 
F. L. de Freitas, Financial Secretary; J. I. Raphael, 
Treasurer. 

Retail Grocers' Protective Association (in- 
corporated), 115 Clay street. An incorporation to 
conduct a wholesale grocery business and to foster 
and promote the interests of its shareholders. John 
C. Nobmann, President; E. I. Fleger, Secretary. 

Riggers' Protective Union of San Francisco. 
Meets south side Howard street, between East 
and Stewart, first Wednesday of each month. J. F. 
Willman, President; John Kimme, Vice-President; 
John Rock, Secretary; W. Goudey, Treasurer. 

San Francisco Board of Provision Packers. 
Objects, mutual benefit of the members, and to pro- 
mote the interests of the trade. Frank W. Rossbach, 
Secretary. Ofllce, 517 Washington street. 

San Francisco Dental Association. . F. C- 
Pague, President; Geo. N. Van Orden, Recording 
Secretary; M. A. Greenlaw, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, 819 Market street. No regular meeting place. 

San Francisco Retail Druggists' Associa- 
tion. Joseph Calegaris, President; Otto A. Weihe, 
Secretary, 640 Post street. 

San Francisco Typothet.b. Meets at 219 Bush 
street. C. A. Murdock, President; W. E. Loy, Sec- 
retary. 

State Association of Olive Growers. Ellwood 
Cooper, Santa Barbara, President; B. M. Lelong, 
Secretary, San Francisco. Oflice, Mills Building, 5th 



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PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
HALLS. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House. Ocean lldusc Kdad. near Laguna Honda. 
City Hall (new), S K cor McAllister and Larkin. 
County Hospital. Potrero avenue near Twenty-second. 
County Jail, Broadway between Kearny and Dupont. 

Branch Jails, Old San Jose Road near Ocean House 

Road. 



Custom House, N W cor Washington and Battery. 
Hall of Records, New City Hall. 
Post OfiSce, N W cor Washington and Battery. 
Twenty-sixth Street Hospital (Pest House), De Haro 

near Colusa. 
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, 114 O'Farrell. 

American, N W cor Leavenworth and Paclflc. 

Anshor, cor Market and Sixth. 

Apollo, 810 Paclflc. 

Archery, 1155 Mission. 

Assembly, 1412 Polk. 

Bersagllerl, 1525 Stockton. 

B'nai B'rith, 121 Eddy. 

Bonlta, 2735 Folsom. 

California, 620 Bush. 

Cambrian, 1133 Mission. 

Centennial, 421 Hayes. 

Champion, Butte between Tennessee and Kentucky. 

Children's, 806 Sansome. 

College, 106 McAllister. 

Comerford's, Church near Twenty-seventh. 

Congress, 1139 Market. 

Drew's, 121 New Montgomery. 

Druids', 413 Sutter. 

Duveneck, 1004 Twenty-fourth. 

Eureka Valley, 509 Castro. 

Excelsior, 2317 Mission. 

Exempt Fire Company, Breuham place near Clay. 

Federation. 818 Howard. 

Foresters, 20 Eddy. 

Franklin, 1839 Fillmore. 

Garibaldi, 423 Broadway. 

Golden Gate, 1622 Paclflc avenue. 

Golden Gate, 625 Sutter. 

Golden Rule, 948 Mission. 

Gospel, 832 Howard. 

Grand Centra], 997 Market. ' 

Grand Opera, 737 Mission. 

Grutli Vereln, 507 Sutter. 

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 Pythias, 909)^ Market. 

Knights of the Red Branch, 220 Mason. 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery. 

Liberty, cor Alabama and Twenty-fourth. 

Longhead, 1605 Polk. 

Loyola, S E cor Market and Tenth. 

Maennerbund, Potrero avenue near Twenty-fourtli, 

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 Larkin and 

Grove. 
Metropolitan, N E cor Fifth and Jessie. 
Mission Music, S E cor Howard and Twenty-first. 
Mission Opera, 2131 Mission. 
Mission Turn Vereln, Eighteenth bet Valencia and 

Guerrero. 
Mowry's Opera, S W cor Grove and Laguna. 
Mozart, 1358 Market. 

Murphy's, corner Sagamore and San Jose avenue. 
National, 815 Ellis. 
National Guard, 815 Ellis. 
Native Sons of the Golden West, 414 Mason. 
Noe Valley, cor Church and Twenty-fourth. 
Odd Fellows, S W cor Market and Seventh. 
Ono, 1883 Mission. 
Pacific, 639 Geary. 

Patterson's, N E cor Church and Thirtieth 
Pioneer, 24 Fourth. 
Pixley, 15;S4 Pacific avenue. 
Progress, 29 Valencia. 
Pythian Castle, 909 Market. 
Regents, N E cor Post and Fillmore. 
Rolando's, NW corner Church and Twenty-eighth. 
San Francisco Turn Vereln, 323 Turk. 
Saratoga, 814 Geary. 
Scottish, 105-111 Larkin. 
Shiels', 32 O'Farrell. 
Social, 102 O'Farrell. 

St. Brendan's, N E cor Fremont and Harrison. 
St. George's, 909^ Market. 
St. Joseph's, S W cor Howard and Tenth. 
St. Ignatius, S W cor Van Ness avenue and Grove. 



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St. Peter's, Alabama near Twenty-fourth. 

Steimke, SE cor Octavla 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. 

Washington. 35 Eddy. 

Wessel's, 1628 Powell. 

Western Addition Music, 2414 California. 

Wolf's, 1 Plymouth avenue. 

Young Men's Christian Association, N E cor Ellis ar 

Mason. 
Young Men's Institute, S E cor Tenth and Howard. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF SAN 
FRANCISCO. 

Madison Babcock, Superintendent. 'Office— New 

City Hall. 
(For Board of Education, see City and County Gov- 
ernment.) 

Agassiz Pbimaky School, twelve classes. Bart- 
lett street, between Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third streets. Miss Sarah J. Jones, Principal. 

Bebnal Hei&hts Primary School, eight classes. 
Cortland avenue, between Andover avenue and Moul- 
trie street. Miss Mary E. Keating, PrincipaL 

Broadway Grammar School, fifteen classes. 
Broadway , between Powell and Mason streets. 
Miss Jean Parker, principal; Miss Amy G. Campbell, 
Vice-Principal. 

Buena Vista Peimaky School, four classes. 
York street, between Solano and Butte streets. Miss 
Amelia G. Catlin, Principal. 

Chinese Primary School, three classes. 916 Clay 
street. Miss Rose Thayer, Principal. 

Clement Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Geary street, between Jones and Leavenworth 
streets. Miss Mary E. Callahan, Principal. 

Cleveland Primary School, nine classes. Har- 
rison street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. 
Miss Annie E. Slavan, Principal. 

Cooper Primary School, twelve classes, Green- 
wich street, between Jones and Leavenworth streets. 
Mrs. Celine R. Pechin, Principal. 

Columbia Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Columbia street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth streets. Mrs. Lizzie K. Burke, Principal. 

Crocker Grammar School, twelve classes. Page 
street, near Baker street. William H. Edwai-ds, 
Principal; Mrs. H. J Bain, Vice-Principal. 

Denman Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Northwest corner of Bush and Taylor streets. Azro 
L. Mann, Principal; Mrs. Etta M. Baumgardner, 
Vice-Principal. 

Douglass Primary School, six classes. SW 
corner Ninteenth and Collingwood streets. Miss 
Winifred L. Tarpey, Principal. 

Dudley Stone Primary School. South side 
Haight street, between Central and Masonic avenues. 

Edison Primary School, nine classes. Corner 
of Church and Hill streets. Miss Anna B. Chalmers, 
Principal. 

Emerson Primary School, thirteen classes. Pine 
street, between Scott and Devisadero streets. Miss 
Sara M. Wilson, Principal. 

Everett Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Sanchez street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
streets. Mrs. Frances A. Banning, Principal; Miss 
Cecil W. Mark, Vice-Principal. 

Fairmount Primary School, twelve classes. 
Chenery street, near Randall street. Miss Clara M. 
Johnston, Principal. 

Franklin Grammar School, fifteen classes. 
Eighth street, near Bryant street. R. D. Faulkner, 
Principal; Miss Kate Macdonald, Vice-Principal. 

Fremont Primary School, eight classes. Mc- 
Allister street, between Baker and Broderick streets. 
Miss Rose Goldsmith, Principal. 

Garfield Primary School, twelve classes. 
Union street, between Kearny and Montgomery 
streets. Miss Mary A. Scherer, Principal. 

Girls' High School, thirteen classes. Scott street, 
near Geary street. Elisha Brooks, Principal ; George 
O. Mitchell. Vice-Principal. 



Golden Gate Primary School, eight classes. 
Golden Gate avenue, between Pierce and Scott 
streets. Mrs. Aurella Griffith, Principal. 

Hamilton Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Geary street, between Pierce and Scott streets. 
William A. Robertson, Principal; Miss Ella J. Mor- 
ton, Vice-Principal. 

Harrison Primary School, seven classes. Grove 
street, near Larkln street. Miss Lizzie McElroy, 
Principal. 

Hawthorne Primary School, ten classes. Shot- 
well street, between Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third streets. Mrs. Sarah J. Mann, Principal. 

Hearst Grammar School, fifteen classes. Cor- 
ner Hermann and Fillmore streets. Mrs. Nettie A. 
Wood. Principal; Miss Mary E. Donnelly, Vice-Prin- 
cipal. 

Henry Dueant Primary School, twelve classes. 
Turk street, between Buchanan and Webster streets. 
Mrs. Georgia Washburn, Principal. 

Horace Mann Grammar School, eighteen 
classes. Valencia street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third streets. Joseph O'Connor. Princi- 
pal; Miss Caroline E. Beckwlth, Vice-Principal; Sel- 
den Sturges, Vice-Principal. 

Humboldt Primary School, twelve classes. 
Golden Gate avenue, near Hyde street. Miss Mary 
A. Castelhun, Principal. 

Irving Primary School, eight classes. Broad- 
way, between Montgomery and Sansome streets. 
Miss Caroline B. Barlow, Principal. 

James Lick Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Corner Noe and Twenty-fifth streets. Philip Prior. 
Principal; Miss A. J. Clark, Vice-Principal. 

John Swett Grammar School, eighteen classes. 
McAllister street, between Franklin and Gough 
streets. Albert Lyser. Principal; Willard D. Kings- 
bury, Vice-Principal; Mrs. Clara J. Bigelow, Vice- 
Principal. 

Jefferson Primary School, eight classes. Te- 
hama street, between First and Second streets. 
Miss Mary M. Murphy, Principal. 

Lafayette Primary School, eight classes. Cor- 
ner Filbert and Kearny streets. Mrs. M. L. O'Neal, 
Principal. 

Le Conte Primary School, eight classes. Powell 
street, between Washington and Jackson streets. 
Miss Margery C. Robertson, Principal. 

Laguna Honda Primary School, two classes. 
Seventh avenue, between I and J streets. Miss Kath- 
erine F. Casey, Principal. 

Lincoln Grammar School, eighteen classes. 
Fifth street near Market street. James T. Hamil- 
ton, Principal; Ebenezer Knowlton, Vice-Principal; 
William A. Leggett, Vice-Principal. 

Longfellow Primary School, eleven classes. 
Silver street, between Second and Third streets. 
Miss Jennie Smith, Principal. 

Lowell High School, twelve classes. Sutter 
street, between Gough and Octavla streets. Frank 
Mortoji, Principal; A. E. Kellogg, Vice-Principal. 

Madison Primary School, four classes. Clay 
street, between Walnut and Laurel streets. Miss 
Elizabeth F. Bartlett, Principal. 

Marshall Primary School, twelve classes. Mis- 
sion street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, 
rear Mission Grammar School. Mrs. Margaret H. 
Walker, Principal. 

Mission Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
streets. Mrs. Janet R. Craven, Principal; Miss Nellie 
F. Sullivan, Vice-Principal. 

Monroe Primary School, four classes. Near 

Five-Mile House. Miss Annie M. Hagarty, Principal. 

Moulder Primary School, ten classes. Corner 

Page and Gough streets. Mrs. Katherlne E. Brogan, 

Principal. 

Normal School, one class. Powell street, be- 
tween Clay and Sacramento streets. 

North Cosmopolitan Grammar School, eleven 
classes. Filbert street, between Taylor and Jones 
streets. Miss Margaret McKenzie, Principal ; Charles 
W. Moores, Vice-Principal. 

Ocean House Primary School, one class. San 
Miguel road, near Ocean House road. Daniel J. De- 
lay, Principal. 

Pacific Avenue Primary School, seven classes. 
Pacific avenue, near Baker street. Miss Ida E. 
Shaw. Principal. 



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Pacific Height.s Grammak School, fourteen 
classes. .Jackson street, between Webster and I'ill- 
more streets. Miss Alice M. Stincen, Priucipal; 
Miss Augusta C. Robertson, Vice-Principal. 

Peai!<ij>v Primary .School, ten classes. West 
Mission street, bi'tween Hermann and Ridley streets. 
Miss Gertrude H. Cahalin, Principal. 

PoLYTECHsic High School, ten classes. Bush 
street, near Stockton street. Walter K. Bush, Prin- 
cipal. 

PoTEEEo Primary School, fourteen classes. Min- 
nesota street, between Xapa and Sierra streets. 
Miss H. M, Fairchild, Principal. 

Redding Pri>iaky School, ten classes. Pine 
street, between Larkin and Polk streets. Miss Mary 
A. Deaue. Principal. 

RiCHjioxD Pkuiaey' School, nine classes. Fli-st 
avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. Mrs. Anna E. 
Tiernan. Principal. 

RiNcox Grammar School, eleven classes. Silver 
street, between Second and Third streets. Miss 
Elizabeth A. Cleveland. Principal; Miss Christine 
Hart. Vice-Principal. 

SiiKHiDAX Primary School, five classes. Ocean 
View. Mrs. Sarah A. Miles, Principal. 

Sherman Primary School, eight classes. Union 
street, near Franklin street. Miss Jennie M. A. 
Hurley, Principal. ; 

South Cosmopolitan Grammar School, eigh- 
teen classes. Eddy street, between Polk street and 
Van Xess avenue. Adolph Herbst. Principal; Miss 
Katherine F. McColgan. Vice-Principal; Luther M. 
Shuck. Vice-Principal. i^^^J --" 

SotTH End Primary School, four classes. Wil- 
liam street, near Henry street. Miss Ida E. Coles, 
Principal. 

South San Francisco Primary' School, twelve 
classes. Corner of fourteenth avenue and L street. 
William W. Stone, Priucipal. 

Spring Valley Grammar School, fourteen 
classes. Broadway street, near Polk street. Silas 
A. White. Principal: Mrs. Agnes C. Taylor. Vice- 
Principal. 

Stanford Primary School, eight classes. Eighth 
street, near Harrison street, rear Franklin Grammar 
School. Miss Edith H. Crowley. Principal. 

Stakp. King Primary School, twelve classes. 
Bryant street, between Sixth and Seventh streets. 
Miss Kate Conklin. Principal. 

StNXYSiiJE Primary School, 11.5 Flood avenue. 
Miss Catherine F. Riordan, Principal. 

SuTRo Primary School, three classes. Ivine- 
teenth avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. Miss Mary 
Magner. Principal. 

Washington Grammar School, twelve classes. 
Southwest corner (jf Washington and Mason streets. 
Thcinas B. White. Principal: Thomas H. McCarthy. 
^ icc-Prlucipal. 

Wkisster Primary School, eighteen classes. 
Fifth street, near Market street, rear Lincoln Gram- 
mar School. Miss Agnes M. Manning, Principal. 

West End School, three classes. Mission Road, 
near Six-Mile House. Miss Ella McCarthy, Principal. 

WiiiTTiER Primary School, seventeen classes. 
Harrisou street, near Fourth street. Miss Emma E. 
stinren. Principal. 

WiNFiELD Scott Primary School, four classes. 
Lombard street, between Baker and Broderick 
streets. Mrs. Emma S. Code , Principal. 

EVEXISG SCHOOLS. 

Business Evening School, twelve classes. Bush 
street, near Stockton street. Elbert C. Kilpatrick. 
Principal. 

Hamilton Evening School, seven classes. Geary 
street, between Scott and Pierce streets. T. B. W. 
Leland, Acting Principal. z:^ -_J 

Horace IVL^nn Evening School, four classes. 
Valencia street, between Twenty - second and 
Twenty-third streets. James R. Dwver. Acting Prin- 
cipal. 

Lincoln Evening School, thirtv-flve classes. 
Lincoln School Building. Alexander H. MacDonald. 
Prin cipal; Lawrence Taafe. Assistant Principal. 

Potrero Evening School, one class. Potrero 
School Building. Andrew J. Freese, Principal. 

Washington Evening School, twelve classes. 
Washington Grammar School Building. Miss Philo- 
mena M. Kolan, Principal. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 

American Board of Commissioners for For- 
eign Missions. Rev. Walter Frear, General Agent 
for the Pacific Coast. Office— 7 Montgomery avenue. 

American Tract Society. Pacific Agency, 
George Walker, Manager, 735 Market street. It is 
also the depository of the American Sunday School 
Union. 

California Bible Society. Organized October 
.30, 1849. Depository, 1037 Market street. Meetings, 
first Tuesday of the month. Rev. John Thompson, 
Superintendent. Trustees — Annis Merrill (Presi- 
dent), William Abbott (Secretary), Edward P. Flint 
(Treasurer), Ira P. Rankin, H. C. Beals, C. S. Wright, 
James Scobie, T. C. Johnston and R. P. Wilson. 

Congregational Church Extension Society. 
Rev. H. H. Wikoflf, Secretary; Rev. G. B. Hatch, 
Secretary, 735 Market street. 

Congregational Summer Resort Association. 
A. M. Benham, President, Oakland; Rev. Loyal L. 
Wirt. Field Secretary, 735 Market street. 

Congregational Associates. Stephen S. Smith, 
President, 7 Montgomery avenue; James E. Agar, 
Secretary, 22 Clay street. 

Congregational Church Building Society. 
Headquarters in New York, 59 Bible House. Rev. 
L. H. Cobb, D. D., Secretary; Henry O. Pineo, 
Treasurer. Rev. H. H. Wikoff, 1929 Dwlght Way, 
Berkeley, Cal., Field Secretary for the Pacific Coast. 

Congregational Club. Thomas Addison, Presi- 
dent, Berkeley: Rev. John A. Cruzan. Secretary, 8 
Alpine street. 

Congregational Home Missionary- Society. 
The Congiegational Home Missionary Society, as an 
organization, began in 1826. Its principles, however, 
have been dominant In our churches from 1620 on- 
ward. Its aim Is the realization of the ideal Chris- 
tian state ; its method, to carry the Gospel Into desti- 
tute regions, and to aid Christian institutions tem- 
porarily needy. It has expended 818,790,365 in money 
and supplies (8690,064 during the last year). It has 
organized and maintained 6,500 churches, into which 
have gathered 450.000 members. It has 227 mission- 
aries preaching in Foreign languages. The California 
Home Missionary Society, a branch of the National 
Society, was organized In 1852, its field covering the 
State. In 1887 the territory was divided at the 
northern line of Kern county, and the Southern 
California Home Missionary Society was organized. 
In the Northern District fifty-seven missionaries 
have ministered to 122 churches and stations. 
Twelve churches have been organized and twelve 
church buildings have been erected. The work is 
pushed forward as rapidly as funds will allow, 
similar organizations continually come which are 
responded to as fast as the funds in hand allow. 
For such funds the Society depends upon the Con- 
gregational Churches of the State. James K. Harri- 
son, Superintendent of Northern California and 
Nevada, 735 Market street. 

Congregational Ministers' Relief Society 
OF California Incorporated In 1886. Its object is 
to receive and disburse funds for the relief of Con- 
gregational ministers and their families who are in 
need of pecuniary aid. Rev. J. C. Holbrook, D. I)., 
Stockton, President; Rev. John Kimball, Secretary, 
7 Montgomery avenue; Rev. Walter Frear. D. I>., 
Treasurer. The fund is built up by annual doua- 
tions, chiefly from ministers, the largest donations 
being contributed, however, by laymen belonging to 
the denomination. 

Congregational Sunday School and Pub- 
lishing Society. Rev. Loyal L. Wirt, State Super- 
intendent, 735 Market street. 

Deaconess' Home and Bible Training School 
OF the M. E. Church. Location— 315 Castro street. 
The "Deaconess' Settlement," 530 Sixth street, is a 
branch of this society. Mrs. H. Ida Benson, General 
Superintendent. The objects of the society are: to 
minister to the poor, visit the sick, pray with the 
dying, care for the orphan; and to train all who may 
desire for parish and mission work, in both foreign 
and home lands. Mrs. John R. Sims, President; Mrs. 
Joseph H. Soper, Treasurer; Mrs. Retta Thompson, 
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Robert McClellan, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Alice Goss, M. D., Examining 
Physician. 

Epworth League Alliance. The. Organized 
in May. 1893. It consists of the Epworth Leagues 
and Christian Endeavor Societies of the Methodist 



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Episcopal Church and Methodist Episcopal Church 
South, of San Francisco and Alameda counties, and 
its object is to unite these societies in closer fellow- 
ship and Christian work. It has four departments— 
Spirital, Benevolent, Literary and Social. A Good 
Fellowship Committee arranges for monthly visita- 
tion of each Society, a Jail Committee holds services 
every Sunday for prisoners, and a Street Committee 
assists the various Societies in holding open-air 
meetings, and a -Newsboys' Social Committee ar- 
ranges for a social at the Deaconess' Settlement 
every Thursday evening to news and messenger 
boys. A convention is held on the third Thurs- 
day of January, April, July and October, at one of 
the Methodist churches determined upon by the Ex- 
ecutive Committee. A social is held at intervals of 
about a quarter at one of the M. E. churches. The 
officers are as follows: A. C. Stevens, President; 
C. B. Perkins, First Vice-President; Miss M. E. 
Speakman, Secretary, 218 Noe street; A, Wlstrand, 
ter, Treasurer. The Executive Committee of the 
Alliance meets on the second Thursday of every 
other month at the Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion building. Mason and Ellis. The Societies be- 
longing to the Alliance at the present time are 
fifteen in number, which are in San Francisco. 

Feench Christian- Union' ofCalifobnia. Marie 
Marshall, President, 1520 Clay. 

Gentlemen's Sodalitt of The Blessed Vir- 
gin Mary. Organized November, 1861, for the 
spiritual Improvement of its members. The so- 
ciety Is governed by a Director, who is one of the 
fathers of St. Ignatius Church, S. J. Also by a Pre- 
fect and two assistants, a Secretary, Treasurer and 
other officers, as well as a Council of twelve con- 
suiters elected annually. Its present Director is 
Kev. Gregory Legglo, S.J. Sodality meetings held on 
all Sundays and holidays at 7:30 a.m. in their chapel in 
the basement of St. "Ignatius' Church, on Hayes 
street, west of Van Ness avenue. Number of at- 
tending members about four hundred. For admis- 
sion application is made to the Father Director, 214 
Hayes street. The Sodality possesses a reading 
room and select library of 3,000 volumes; opened 
also to non-members on payment of a small fee 
every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. and on Mon- 
day, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7:30 to 9 
o'clock. The present officers are: Kev. Gregory 
Legglo, S. J., Director; James E. Kelly, Prefect; 
Thomas E. Carew, First Assistant; John E. Fitz- 
patrick, Second Assistant; Chas. E. McAullffe, Sec- 
retary; Dr. J. J. Gallagher, Assistant Secretary; 
Frank P. Haynes, Treasurer. 

Ladies' Pastoral Aid Society of Trinity 
Church. Organized 1873. Meets every "Wednesday 
at 2:30 P.M. in the Guild Hall. The object of the so- 
ciety is to take under its care the destitute and 
friendless within the bounds of Trinity Church par- 
ish, to find employment for those requiring it, and 
to provide clothing and assistance for such as may 
be In need of it; to visit and comfort the sick and 
afflicted; to endeavor to bring to the church those 
who are neglectful of its services, and particularly 
the poorer and friendless classes; to gather children 
into the Sunday school and to aid in providing com- 
petent teachers; in short, to do all in its power, un- 
der the guidance and direction of the Eector of the 
parish, to advance the interests of the church of 
Christ, and to e.vtend to those around the privileges 
and blessings of the Gospel. 

Methodist Book Depository (Pacific Coast 
Agency). Rev. J. D. Hammond, D. D., agent, 1037 
Market street. The Depository is also the Pacific 
Coast agency for the Chautauqua publications. 

Pacific Presbyterian Union. The organiza- 
tion, composed of ministers and members of the 
Presbyterian Church, meets quarterly In one of the 
Presbyterian churches. Edward Kerr, President; 
H. L. Van Winkle. Treasurer; Alexander Eoss, Sec- 
retary. Headquarters of Union, office of the Treas- 
urer, 413 Market street. 

Presbyterian Mission House. Location— 920 
Sacramento street. Headquarters of the Woman's 
Occidental Board of Foreign Missions of the Pres- 
byterian Church. Through this society all women's 
societies, children's bands, junior Christian En- 
deavor societies and senior Christian Endeavor so- 
cieties of the Presbyterian churches of the Synod 
of California contribute to the work of foreign mis- 
sions in China, India, Japan. Syi'la. Persia. Africa, 
and Chinese in California. The Board has the en- 
tire supervision of mission work among Chinese 
women and children in California, viz.: A school 
and home for Chinese girls at 920 Sacramento street, 
San Francisco: a school at 911 Stockton street, San 



Francisco; schools for Chinese children at Los An- 
geles, Sacramento. San Jose and San Diego. Mrs. 
H. B. Pinney, Recording Secretary; Mrs. L. A. 
Kelley, Corresponding Secretary. 

San F'RANcrsco Church Extension Society of 
the M. E. Church. Organized in 1S82. The design 
of the society is to seek out new places for mission- 
ary work in this city, to establish Sunday schools 
and preaching places; also to relieve over-burdened 
churches, and to assist missionaries who may be ap- 
pointed by the authority of the California Annual 
Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Officers— Charles Goodall, President; I. J. Truman, 
J. W. Whiting and Wm. Abbott, Vice-Presidents; 
Charles B. Perkins, Treasurer; Eobert Hancock, 
Secretary. Meetings are held at the call of the Pres- 
ident. Office, 1037 Market street. 

The San Francisco Poet Society. Organized in 
1860. Object, to aid the Mariners' Church in its 
work for' the salvation of seamen. Its directors are 
prominent members of the churches of the various 
denominations in the city. Its membership is com- 
posed of life members numbering 141. paying fifty 
dollars at one time, and annual members, who pay 
five dollars each year. It owns the house of worship 
of the Mariners' Church, and has the care of provid- 
ing for Its work financially. Officers— S. S. Smith, 
President and Treasurer; N. T.Eomaine. Vice-Presi- 
dent; J. Eowell, Secretary. Directors, S. S. Smith. 
Charles E. Gibbs, Charles Holbrook, N. T. Romaine, 
J. G. Levensaler. A. J. Ralston. C. B. Perkins. 
Henry F. Eden, and J. Rowell. 

Theosophical Society, The. Coast Headquar- 
ters, rooms 525-526 Emporium Building, Market 
street, betvf een Fourth and Fifth streets. Organized 
in 1875. Objects: First- To form the nucleus of a 
universal brotherhood of humanity, without distinc- 
tion of race, creed, sex or color. Second— To pro- 
mote the studv of Aryan and other Eastern litera- 
tures, religious and philosophies, and demonstrate 
the Importance of that study. Third— To investi- 
gate unexplained laws of nature and the psychic 
powers latent in man. Lodge meetings every 
Wednesday evening of each month. Eree public lec- 
tures every Sunday evening. Local officers— D. J. 
Lamoree, President; Jessie C. Brodie. Vice-Presi- 
dent ; W. J. Walters. Secretary : Elizabeth S. 
Wadham, Treasurer. 

Young Mens' Christian Association. Incor- 
porated September 13, 1853: reincorporated April 1. 
1881. Location— Mason and Ellis streets. For the 
attainment of the objects of this Association 
there is provided and maintained a library, 
gymnasium and bath rooms, free to all mem- 
bers of this Association; employment depart- 
niAit for young men, monthly musical and lit- 
erary receptions, and evening educational classes. 
Membership ticket, SIO a year. A reading room well 
supplied with current literature, daily, weekly, pic- 
torial, secular and religious papers, free to members. 
The library contains upwards of 4,000 volumes. 
Bible class every Saturday noon; services in 
the lecture hall of the Association every Sun- 
day at 3 p. M., Monday at 8 P. M.. and Satur- 
day at 8;30 P. M.; both services exclusively for 
young men. The Association has a large and hand- 
some building, one of the largest and finest of the 
kind in the world. The auditorium has a seating 
capacity of one thousand. The reading room is open 
every day from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Officers— J. J. 
Valentine, President: E. V. Watt, First Vice- 
President; C. S. Wright, Second Vice-President; 
H. J. McCoy, General Secretary. A branch of 
the Association, complete in all departments, 
known as the Twentieth-Street Branch, is located 
at 2319 Mission street, between Nineteenth and 
Twentieth streets. The building is attractively 
furnished and fitted up. W. W. Chase is Chairman 
of the Executive Committee of the branch, W. D. 
Kingsbury, Treasurer, and J. G. Daub. Secretary. 
German and deaf mute branches are also located at 
the main building of the Association, Mason and 
Ellis streets. There is also a boys' branch at the 
main building, for boys between twelve and sixteen 
years of age. A. J. Morrison, Secretary. 

Young Women's Christian Association. Or- 
ganized September 9, 1877. Incorporated February 
1, 1878. Number of members, two hundred and fifty. 
The objects of the association include the establish- 
ment of an industrial department for destitute 
women, a reading room and library for women and 
girls, the furnishing of advice, sympathy, temporal 
aid and encouragement to friendless and homeless 
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The association is located at 1221 O'Farrell street, 
and consists of library, reading, sewing rooms and a 
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one thousand volumes of well-selected literature, 
and the reading room is copiously supplied with the 
choicest periodicals. A branch "of the association, 
known as the Howard-street Branch, is located at 514 
Howard street. Lunch rooms, sewing, dressmaking 
and millinery classes were inaugurated for working 
girls April 20, 1891. Another branch was established 
at 116 Davis street. October 24. 1892, where a large 
and cheerful hall is occupied as a lunch room, and 
lunches are furnished to working girls employed in 
the vicinity. 

The monthly meeting is held on the first Friday of 
each month. The annual meeting is held on the first 
Friday in .Januarv. Oflicers: llrs. L. C. Redington. 
President: Mrs. AVm. O. Gould. Vice-President: .Mrs. 
Geo. W. Prescott. Second Vice-President : Mrs. .1. F. 
Merrill, Third Vice-President: Mrs. M. P. .Jones. 
Fourth Vice-President; MissH. Van Winkle. Record- 
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SECRET SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Gkaxd Lodge of Free axd Accepted Masoxs 
OF Califorxia. Meets second Tuesdav in October 
at Masonic Temple. 8 Post street. This body was 
organized in the year 1850, and there are now in exis- 
tence two hundred and sixty subordinate lodges, 
of which sixteen are in the city of San Francisco. 
Edward Myers Preston, Grand Master. Nevada Citv: 
■VYilliam T. Lucas. Deputy Grand Master. Santa 
Maria; Thomas Flint. .Jr..' Senior Grand Warden. 
San Juan; Frank M. Angellotti. Junior Grand War- 
den, San Rafael; Edward Coleman. Grand Treasurer. 
San Francisco; George Johnson. Grand Secretary, 
San Francisco; George Edward Walk. Grand Chap- 
lain, San Francisco: .Jacob Voorsanger, Grand Orator, 
San Francisco: Andrew Jackson Hare, Assistant 
Grand Secretary. Lorin: William E. Sloane. Grand 
Lecturer. Elsinore; Edward S. West. Grand Marshal. 
Santa Cruz: Howell A. Powell. Grand Standard 
Bearer, Oakland; Henrv C. Iveves, Grand Sword 
Bearer, Stockton; Jerome B. Richardson. GrJrnd 
Bible Bearer. Suisun: William M. Petrie. Senior 
Grand Deacon. Sacramento: Ralph Lowe. Junior 
Grand Deacon. San Jose; James F.Bedford. Senior 
Grand Steward, Anderson: James F. Drake. Junior 
Grand Steward. Redlands: Joseph B. Cooke. Grand 
Pursuivant. Colusa; Samuel D. Maver. Grand Organ- 
ist. San Francisco; James Oglesbv, Grand Tyler, 
San Francisco. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of 
California. Meets on third Tnesdav of April of 
each year at 10 a. m.. Mascmic Temple, s Post street. 
Thegoverninsbodv of Roval Arch Mas.m-. 

Officers: Adolphus Hewrl. Grand Hitrh Priest. 
Modesto; Thomas Flint. Sr.. Deputy Grand High 
Priest, San Juan; William Frank Pierce, Senior 
Grand King. Oakland: Eli Tucker Blackmer. Grand 
Scribe, San Diego; Franklin Henry Day. Grand 
Treasurer. San Francisco; Thomas Hubbard Caswell, 
Grand Secretary, San Francisco: Charli'.- E. Stone. 
Grand Chaplain, Marysville: Tlmnins Iluliliani i as- 
well. Grand Lecturer," San Fraiici-i-.i: J'loiiii l.,~ii.. 
Jones. Grand Captain of the Ho-t. Pa^ailrna; K.iward 
R. Hedges. Grand Roval Arch Captain. Stockton; 
Samuel David Mayer. Grand Organist. San Francisco; 
James Oglesby. Grand Guard. San Francisco. 

Grand Commandert of Knights Templar of 
California. Meets on first Thursdav after the 
third Tuesday of April of each year, at 10 a. >i.. 
Masonic Temple. 8 Post street. It is the legislative 
body of all the commanderies of the State. Officers- 
Sir Edward S. Lippitt. Grand Commander. Petal uma; 
Sir Trowbridge H. Ward. Deputv Grand Commander. 
Los Angeles; Sir George D.Metcalfe. Grand Gener- 
alissimo. Oakland; Sir Robert M. Powers, Grand 
Captain-General. San Diego; Sir Charles k. Stone, 
Grand Prelate, Marysville; Sir Robprt II. Blossom, 
Grand Senior Warden, Red Bluff: sir .Inhn (^arwood. 
Grand Junior Warden. Stockton: Sir. John F. Merrill. 



Grand Treasurer. San Francisco; Sir Thomas H. 
Caswell, Grand Recorder, San Francisco: Sir Fred- 
erick M. Miller, Grand Standard Bearer. Fresno; Sir 
George B. McKee, Grand Sword Bearer, San Jose; 
Sir Florin Leslie Jones, Grand Warden, Pasadena; 
Samuel D. Mayer. Grand Organist, San F'rancisco; 
James Oglesby, Grand Captain of the Guards, San 
Francisco. 

Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters 
of California. Meets on Monday preceding third 
Tuesday of April each year at 10 a. m.. Masonic Tem- 
ple. 8 Post street. It is the legislative body of all the 
Royal and Select Masters of the State. Officers— 
Chas. E. Gillett. Grand Master, Oakland; Wm. Hew- 
son Davis. Deputy Grand Master, Sacramento; Henry 
Ascroft, Grand Principal Conductor of the AVorks, 
San Francisco; Franklin H. Day, Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco: Thos. H. Caswell. Grand Recorder, 
San Francisco: Thos. Ivyle. Grand Chaplain, San 
Francisco; Robert Ash. Grand Chaplain of the 
Guards. San Francisco; Aug. Wackerbarth. Grand 
Conductor of Council, Los Angeles; Geo. Penlington, 
Grand Lecturer. San Francisco; Alex. J. Gardiner, 
Grand Steward, Sacramento; Samuel D. Mayer, Grand 
Organist, San Francisco; James Oglesby, Grand 
Sentinel. San Francisco. 

Grand Consistory of California. Ancient 
and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry. 
Meets at Masonic Temple on the second Wednesday 
of January each year. Officers- Charles L. J. W. 
Pierce, Grand Master, Oakland: Harry J. Lask, 
Grand Prior, San Francisco; Webb X. Pearce, Grand 
Preceptor, Oakland: Charles A. AVagner. Grand Con- 
stable. San Francisco; Louis Meyer. Grand Admiral, 
San Francisco: Charles L. Patton. Grand Minister of 
State. San Francisco: Columbus Waterhouse, Grand 
Chancellor. San Francisco; Charles E. Gillett, Grand 
Almoner. Oakland: George J. Hobe, Grand Registrar, 
San Francisco: Lippman Sachs. Grand Keeper Seals 
and Archives, San Francisco; Samuel W. Levy, 
Grand Treasurer. San Francisco: (.eorge Patterson. 
GrandPrimate. Oakland: John L. M. Shetterley.Grand 
Master Ceremonies. San Francisc(]: Frank Koenig, 
Grand Expert. San Francisco: Damien E. Fortln, 
tirand Assistant Expert. Oakland; August L. Ott, 
C-lraud Beausenifer. Oakland; Thaddeus B. Kent, 
Grand Bearer of Battle Flag, San Francisco; Albert 
H. Merritt. Grand Master of Guards, Oakland; 
Jacob Z.Davis. Grand Chamberlain. San Francisco: 
Zachary T. Gilpin. Grand Steward, Oakland; John 
Williams. Grand Aid-de-Camp. Oakland: John 
D'Arcy. Grand Tyler, San Francisco. 

Godfrey de St. Omar Council, Xo. 1, Knights 
Kadosh. Meets at the call of the Commander at 
Masonic Temple. 

Terba Buena Chapter, Xo. 1. Knights Rose 
Croix. Meets at the call of the W. Master at 
Masonic Temple. 

Verba Buena Lodge of Perfection, Xo. 1. 
Meets every Friday evening at Masonic Temple. 

KXIGHTS TEMPLAR. 

Calif 
every F 
MontgoiiM-ry stn-cts. 

Golden (vate Commaxdery Xo. 1«. Stated as- 
sembly first and third Mondays of each month at 
Golden Gate Hall, 625 Sutter street. 

ROYAL ARCH MASOXS. 
Sak Francisco Chapter Xo. I. Stated meetings 
first and third Mondays In each month at Masonic 
Temple. 

California Chapter Xo. 5. Stated meetings 
first and third Tuesdays of each month at Masonic 
Temple. 

JLisoNic Veteran Association of the Pacific 
Coast, The. Temporary organized December 2T, 
1878; permanently organized January 8, 1879. Ob- 
jects—To unite with us those faithful brethren who 
have grown gray in their work upon the Temple, on 
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Hawaiian Islands. Qnaliflcations of Membership— 
Twenty-one years a Master Mason in good standing, 
but not having held office as such; or, not less than 
fourteen years a Master Mason in good standing, of 
which fully seven years have been spent in active 
official worlj in Masonry. Annual meeting, first 
Thursday following second Tuesday of October, at 
7 p. M. at the Masonic Temple. Regular meetings, 
second Thursdays of February, April, .June, August 
and December, from April 1st to October 1st at 8 
p. M.; from October 1st to April 1st at 7:30 p.m., 
either at Masonic Temple or at the offices of the 
President and Secretary, 819 Market street, room 21. 
Address of Secretary, 1212 Webster street, Oakland, 
Cal. Officers— M. W. Hiram N. Rucker, M. Yen., 
Grand President. 

The Geand Chapter of the Ordee of the 
Eastern Star. Organized April 7, 1873. Meets on 
the third Tuesday in October of each year. The first 
subordinate chapter was organized May 9, 1869. 
There are now 121 chapters under the jurisdiction of 
the Grand Chapter. Office of Grand Secretary, room 
71, Flood Building, San Francisco. The following 
four chapters are in San Francisco: 

Golden Gate Chapter No. 1. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 629 Sutter street. 

Ivy No. 27. Meets first and third Tuesday even- 
ings of each month at 629 Sutter street. 

Harmony No. 124. Meets every first and third 
Friday evenings at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Beulah Chapter No. 99. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings of each month at Masonic 
Hall, Railroad avenue. South San Francisco. 

MASONIC LODGES. 

The Masonic lodges meet in this city as follows: 

Califoenia No. 1. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. Henry Ascroft, W. M. 

La Paefaite Union No. 17. Meets every Friday 
evening at Masonic Temple. Jean M. Dupas.W. M. 

Occidental No. 22. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. Michael J. Savage, "W. M. 

Golden Gate No. 30. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. "Wm. H. Lillie, W. M. 

Mount Moeiah No. 44. M;eets every Wednesday 
evening at Masonic Temple. J. L. Crittenden, W. M. 

Fidelity No. 120. Meets every Thursday evening , 
at Masonic Temple. J. G. Leibold, W. M. 



Pacific No. 136. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
B. B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. A. E. Morrow, W. M. 

Crockett No. 139. Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning at B. B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. Thomas Row- 
lands, W. M. 

Oeiental No. 144. Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Masonic Temple. F. B. Ladd, W. M. 

ExcELsiOE No. 166. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. C. P. Overton, W. M. 

Mission No. 169. Meets every Wednesday evening 
at southeast corner Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 
J. A. Wilson, W. M. 

South San Feancisco No. 212. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Masonic Hall, southeast cor- 
ner Railroad and Fourteenth avenues. A. F. Fits- 
chem, W. M. 

Doric No. 216. Meets every Thursday evening at 
B. B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. Wm. G. Copeland, W. M. 

Speranza Italiana No. 219. Meets every Satur- 
day evening at Masonic Temple. G. Calegaris, W. M. 

King Solomon's No. 260. Meets every Monday 
evening at Hamilton Hall, southwest corner Steiner 
and Geary streets. Gustave Gunzendorfer, W. M. 

Masonic Cemetery Association. Organized 
January 26, 1863. Office, room 42, Masonic Temple. 
Officers- Henry L. Davis, President; Columbus 
Waterhouse, Vice-President; George J. Hobe, Secre- 
tary; Franklin H. Day, Treasurer; William S. Moses, 
Superintendent. 

Masonic Hall Association. Office, Masonic 
Temple, second floor. Officers— Henry L. Davis, 
President; F. W. Van Sicklen, Vice-President; 
George Johnson, Secretary. 

Masonic Veteran Association. Office, room 21, 
Academy of Sciences building, 819 Market street. 
Officers for 1895-96- M. W. Hiram N. Rucker, P. G. M., 
Most Ven. Grand President, Oakland, Cal.: M. W. 



Henry S. Orme, P. G. M., Right Ven. Grand Vice- 
President, Los Angeles, Cal.; W. William S.Phelps, 
P. M., Right Ven. Grand Vice-President, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal.; M. W. Jacob Mayer, P. G. M., Right Ven. 
Grand Vice-President; Portland, Or.; W. Elmer D. 
Olmsted, P. M., Right Ven. Grand Vice-President, 
Spokane, Wash.; M. W. Jonas W. Brown, P. G. M., 
Right Ven. Grand Vice-President, Boise, Idaho; 
R. W. Albert Luckey, J. G. W., Right Ven. Grand 
Vice-President, Gold Hill, Nev.; M. W. Samuel Paul, 
P. G. M., Right Ven. Grand Vice-President, Salt Lake 
City, Utah; M. W. Cornelius Hayes, P. G. M., Right 
Ven. Grand Vice-President, Helena, Mont.; M. W. 
Laurence N. Greenleaf, P. G. M., Eight Ven. Grand 
Vice-President, Denver, Colo.; M.W.William Daley, 
P. G. M., Eight Ven. Grand Vice-President, Rawlings, 
Wyo.; M. W. Benjamin Titus, P. G. M., Right Ven. 
Grand Vice-President, Clifton, Ariz.; R. W. Charles 
Bowmer, P. D. G. M., Right Ven. Grand Vice-Presi- 
dent, Lucero, N.M.; M. W.Porflrio Diaz, G. M., Right 
Ven. Grand Vice-President, City of Mexico, Mex.; 
M. W. Guillermo Nanne, G. M., Eight Ven. Grand 
Vice-President, Guatemala, Central America; R. W. 
H. E. Heisterman, G. T., Right Ven. Grand Vice-Presi- 
dent, Victoria. B. C; W. Theodore C. Porter, P. M., 
Right Ven. Grand Vice-President, Honolulu, H. I.; 
W. Edwin A. Sherman, 33°, Ven. Grand Secretary, 
Oakland, Cal.; W. James L. Cogswell, Ven. 
Grand Treasurer, San Francisco. Cal.; W. Joseph H. 
Wythe, Ven. Grand Chaplain, Oakland, Cal.; W. 
Charles H. Haile, Ven. Grand Marshal, Alameda, Cal. ; 
W. John T. Apperson, Ven. Grand Standard 
Bearer, Oregon City, Or.; Trent P. Clark, Ven. Grand 
Tiler, San Francisco, Cal. With a large number of 
corresponding secretaries throughout the jurisdfc- 
tion and the United States generally. Annual meet 
ing. Masonic Temple, San Francisco, second Thursday 
in October of each year. Other regular meetings 
bi-monthly at office of Most Ven. Grand President 
and Ven. Grand Secretary as above. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Geand officees of the Grand lodge of the 
State of California — P. F. Gosbey, Grand 
Master, San Jose; .J. W. Warboys, Deputy Grand 
Master, Santa Rosa; A. M. Drew, Grand Warden, 
Fresno; Geo. T. Shaw, Grand Secretary, San 
Francisco; Moses Greenebaum, Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco; James G. Maguire, Grand Representative, 
SanFi-ancisco; J. F. Thompson, Grand Representa- 
tive, Eureka; C. O. Burton, Grand Trustee, San Fran- 
cisco; C. W. Moulthrop, Grand Trustee, San Fran- 
cisco; John Glasson, Grand Trustee, Grass Valley; 
Rev. A. F. Hitchcock, Grand Chaplain, Suisun: S. E. 
Moreland, Grand Marshal, San Jose; J. C. Girder, 
Grand Conductor, Stockton; E. B. Rich, Grand Guar- 
dian, Monterey; M. P. Forbes, Grand Hferald, San 
Francisco. Trustees of Odd Fellows' Home— Charles 
N. Fox, P. G. M., San Francisco; W. H. Barnes, P. G. 
M., San Francisco; R. H. Lloyd, P. G. M., San Fran- 
cisco; S. B. Smith, P. G. P., Sacramento; F. G. Moll, 
Jr., P. G., Los Angeles. 

Office — I. O. O. F. Hall. Forty-fourth annual session 
will be held on Tuesday, May 12, 1896, in San Fran- 
cisco. 



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. 

Yeeba Buena Lodge, No. 1.5. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 1. 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. 0. O. F. Hall. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 71. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Farnswoeth Lodge, No. 9.5. 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 Monday 
evening at I. O. 0. F. Hall. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 122. Meets every Monday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 



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Secret Societies 



Meets every Friday 



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Pakker Lodge, No. 124. Meets every Tuesday 
evening ;it I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Spaetait Lodge, No. 12.'). Meets every Monday 
evening at Masonic Hall, South San Francisco. 

Unity Lodge. No. 131. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at southeast corner Sixteenth and Valencia 
streets. 



Heejiaxx Lodge, No. 145. Met 
day evening at 1749 Mission street. 



every Wednes- 



Pacific Lodge, No. 1.55. Meets every Thursday 
-vening 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 
Thursday 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. 

Myrtle Lodge. No. 275. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Potrero Opera House. 

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 West Lodge, No. 322. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Presidio Lodge, No. 334. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Octavia street, near Union. 

Sargent Lodge, No. 368. Meets every Friday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Grand Officers of the Grand Encampment— 
George W. Reid, Grand Patriarch, Santa Cruz; W. 
W. Shattuck, Grand High Priest, Redding; J. T. 
Doran, Grand Senior Warden, Tulare; O. M. 
Erlewine, Grand Junior Warden. Sacramento; Wm. 
H. Barnes, Grand Scribe, San Francisco; Geo. W. 
Lemont, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; L. W. S. 
Downs, San Francisco, and George F. Roesch, Stock- 
ton; Representatives to S. G. L.; Joseph Foster, 
Grand Sentinel, San Diego; E. Dunker, Grand Senti- 
nel. San Francisco; Frank Mattison. Graud Marshal, 
Santa Cruz: H. S. Winn, F. A. Week and W. S. Pot- 
ter. Grand Trustees. 

Office— I. O.O.F. Hall. San Francisco. Forty-second 
annual session convenes in Santa Cruz, Tuesday, 
0<-tober 20, 1896. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 

Golden Gate No. 1. Meets second and fourth 
Saturdays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 



WiLDET No. 23. Meets second and fourth Satur- 
days of each month at Alcazar Building. 

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., 
Patriarch Militant, I. O. O. F., Captain, H. O. 
Brower, Commandant. Meets first Tuesday of each 
month at I. O. O. F. Building. 

Odd Fellows" Literary and Social Com- 
mittee. Meets every month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Object— To promote sociability among its members. 
Frederick W. Jaeger, President; A. W. Turpin, Sec- 
retary. 126 Ellis street. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized 1880. Officers — Davis Louder- 
back, President; C. F. O'Neil, Secretary. Office, 
room 3, Odd Fellows' building, southwest corner 
Seventh and Market streets. 



AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

Organized In 1878, and incorporated under the laws 
of Massachusetts, and is under the supervision of 
the insurance laws of the various States. Its spe- 
cial object is to give aid and protection to members' 
families or other beneficiaries that may come under 
its laws, upon the assessment plan, in sums from 
8500 to .?3,000, payable at death; to provide a relief 
fund for its members in case of sickness and 
death. It has a guaranteed fund of S500,000, which 
is annually increasing, to Insure full payment 
of death claims. It has twelve hundred Coun- 
cils throughout the LTnited States and Canada, 
with a membership of 55,000. It disburses, an- 
nually, nearly $3,000,000 in payment of death 
claims, having disbursed (since its organization) 
over 832,000,000. The organization is managed bv a 
Supreme Council, with headquarters at Boston, 
Massachusetts. 

The Grand Council of California was instituted 
August 8, 1881, and meets bi-ennially on the first 
Tuesday of May. Grand Secretary's office, 46 St. 
Ann's Building, 6 Eddy street, San Francisco. 

Grand Officers. Thomas Fllben, Grand Com- 
mander, 1333 Jackson street, San Francisco; Chas. G. 
Wlllman, Grand Vice-Commander, Los Angeles; 
Frank Ey, Grand Orator, Santa Ana; Walter D. 
Mansfield, Past Grand Commander, San Francisco; 
Chas. O. Burton, Grand Secretary, 6 Eddv street, San 
Francisco; W. H. H. Hamilton, Grand Treasurer, 
Oakland; Rev. D. O. Kelley, Grand Chaplain, San 
Francisco; Mary C. Snyder, Grand Guide. Grass 
Valley; Mary A. Mlchell. Grand Warden, Grass 
Valley, Almena M. Moser, Grand Sentry, Moke- 
lumne Hill; Wm. Metzner, Grand Trustee, San 
Francisco; A. B. Hunt, Grand Trustee, San Fran- 
cisco ; A. H. Cummings, Grand Trustee, Sanger ; 
John F.Pinkham, Finance Committee, San Francisco; 
J. H. Baker, Finance Committee, San Francisco; 
Gus Pohlmann, Finance Committee, San Francisco; 
Walter D. Mansfield, Supreme Representative, San 
Francisco; Charles O. Burton, Supreme Represen- 
tative, San Francisco ; J. M. Gleaves, Alternate 
Supreme Representative, Redding; W. H. H. Hamil- 
ton, Alternate Supreme Representative, Oakland. 

There are sixty-two . subordinate Councils under 
the jurisdiction of the Grand Council, fourteen of 
which are located in San Francisco. 

Golden Council No. 118. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Build- 
ing. 

Alta Council No. 147. Meets first and third Fri- 
days of each month, at Alcazar Building. 

Myrtle Council No. 187. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at Shiels" Building, 
32 O'Farrell street. 

California Council No. 250. Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Red Men's Hall. 
320 Post street. 

Bohemian Council No. 261. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Red Men's Hall. 320 
Post street. 

San Francisco Council No. 442. Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month at 336 Sutter street. 

Washington Council No. 480. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Red Men's 
Hall, 320 Post street. 

Golden Stap, Council No. 548. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at B'nal B'rith Hall, 
121 Eddy street. 

Protection Council No. 596. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Build- 



Mystic Council No. 674. Meets third and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at room 68 Flcod Building. 

Golden Shore Council No. 695. Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month at Shiels' Building, 32 
O'Farrell street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 1309. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesdays of each mouth. 

Midwinter Council No. 1335. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at 1526 Sanchez 
street. 



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AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. 

San Francisco headquarters. Academy of Sciences 
Building, room 40; The American Protective Asso- 
ciation, organized for the purpose of purifying 
politics, is a non-sectarian and a non-partizan organi- 
zation composed only of true American citizens, 
without regard to nationality; aiming to preserve 
and maintain the government of the United States, 
and the principles of the Declaration of Independence 
as set forth by the founders, against the encroach- 
ment of all foreign influences; they regard all 
religio-political organizations as the enemies of civil 
and religious liberties, and are in favor of maintain- 
ing one general, unsectarian, free school system, 
and will oppose all attempts to supplant it by any 
sectarian institution, being opposed to the use of 
public funds for any sectarian purpose; and are in 
favor of putting into office honest and true patriots, 
who are qualified, and who owe allegiance only to 
the Stars and Stripes. OiBcers — Past President, G. 
G. Baker, Calf land; State President, B. F. Hudleson, 
San Francisco; State Vice-President, C. E. Day, Los 
Angeles; Secretary of State, J. W. Turner, Eureka, 
Humboldt County; State Chaplain, D. V. Mahoney, 
San Jose; State Secretary, M. T. Brewer, San Fran- 
cisco; State Treasurer, W.F. Barnes, San Francisco; 
Sergeant-at-Arms, J. E. Hall, Stockton. Board of 
Trustees— F. A. Peterson, Santa Cruz, Chairman; 
W. D. Kingsbury, San Francisco, Murray Laidlaw, 
Oakland. 



ANCIENT JEWISH ORDER KESHER SHEL 
BARZEL. 

Ancient Jewish Order Kesher 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. A. N. 
Levy, Secretary. Moutefiore Lodge meets every 
Sunday evening at 121 Eddy street. D. N. Davidson, 
Secretary. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Subsidiary High Court of the Paciflc 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 Brighton. England, 
for the present year. There are 135 Courts in this 
State with fifty female branches known as the Com- 
panions of the Forest, one Juvenile Court and sev- 
eral companies of the Uniform Bank. 

The Subsidiary High Court officers are: William 
Cashman, High Chief Ranger, San Francisco: M. 
Boehm, High Sub-Chief Ranger, San Francisco; 
J. Henderson, High Court Treasurer, San Francisco; 
M. P. Light, High Court Secretary, San Francisco; 
P. H. Savage, High Court Senior Woodward, San 
Francisco; E. G. Case, High Court Junior Woodward, 
Ukiah; George J. Monck, High Court Senior 
Beadle, Oakland; George S. Robinson, High Court 
Junior Beadle, Los Angeles; John Falconer, Perma- 
nent Secretary, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco. 

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 Star of the Mission, 7197. Meets 
Wednesdays. 

Court Hercules, 7206. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays. 

CouKT German-America, 7472. Meets Thurs- 
days. 

Court Twin Peaks, 7556. Meets Wednesdays, 
Sixteenth and Noe streets. 

Court Alcatraz, 7749. Meets second and fourth 
Fridays, corner Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Adelaide, 7751. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays. 

Court Liberty, 7801. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays. 

Court Apollo, 7802. Meets Fridays. 

Court Garfield, 7803. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays. 



Court Bournemouth, 7804. Meets first and third 
Thursdays. 

Court Onward, 7805. Meets first and third Tues- 
days. 

Court Alliance, 7806. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays, 220 Mason street. 

Court Excelsior, 7807. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays. 

Court Mazzini, 7809. Meets first and third Mon- 
days, Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Fremont, 7810. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays. 

Court Victoire, 7811. Meets Thursdays. 

Court Justice, 7903. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays. 

Court Kensington, 7904. Meets Mondays, Twen- 
ty-fourth and Church streets. 

Court Enterprise, 7905. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays. 

Court J^ranklin, 7907. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays. 

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- 
days, Twenty-fourth and Potrero avenue. 

Court Concord, 7917. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays. 

Court Pride of Potrero, 7918. Meets Fridays. 

Court Minerva. 7919. Meets first and third Tues- 
days of each month. 

Court Sherwood Forest, 7920. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Bohemian, 8023. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Del Monte, 8131. Meets finst and third 
Mondays of each montl>. 

Court Oak Grove, 81.34. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Ivanhoe, 8228. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Vigilant, 8232. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Violet, 8356. Meets every Monday of each 



Juvenile Court No. 1. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Co. A, Uniform Rank. Meetsevery Wednesday of 
each month. 

Past Chief Rangers' Association. Meets every 
first and third Monday. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST. 

Officers of Supreme Circle: Mrs. Minnie Asher, 
Grand Chief Companion, San Francisco; Mrs. E. Mc- 
Lane, Grand Sub-Chief Companion, San Francisco; 
M. Bohm, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Mrs. E. 
R. Roy, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; Mrs. B. 
Mackrett, Grand Herald, San Francisco; Mrs. Kate 
Howard, Grand Right Guide, San Francisco; Mrs. L. 
Humbert, Grand Left Guide, San Francisco; Mrs. 
Mary Boyd, Grand Inside Guard, San Francisco; 
Mrs. Miller, Grand Outside Guard, San Francisco. 

Washington Circle No. 1. Meets at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and 
fourth Tuesdays. 

Minerva Circle No. 20. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Fridays. 

Germania Circle No. 36. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third 
Wednesdays. 

Eureka Circle No. 39. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third 
Thursdays. 

Twin Peaks Circle No. 102, Meets at RhcEwed- 
er's Hall, Seventeenth and Noe streets, San Fran- 
cisco, second and fourth Fridays. 

California Circle No. 103. Meets at A. 0. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and 
third Wednesdays. 

Justice Circle No. 104. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third 
Thursdays. 



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Secret Societies. 



Feiendship Cipx'le No. 10.5. Meets at Cord's Hall, 
Grass Valley, Cal., first and third Tuesdays. 

Mazzixi Cikcle Xo. 106. Meets at cor Union and 
Stockton streets, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Mondays. 

TosEMiTE Cip.cLE Xo. 107. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third 
Wednesdays. 

VicToiRE CiKCLE No. 108. Mcets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Mondays. 

Franklin Cikcle No. 115. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third Fri- 
days. 

Oak Leaf Ciecle No. 116. Meets at Masonic 
Hall, South San Francisco, second and fourth Fri- 
days. 

Social Ciecle No. 118. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third 
Saturdays. 

Aktemis Ciecle No. 120. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Wednesdays. 

Enteepeise Ciecle No. 124. Meets at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and 
fourth Wednesdays. 

Iyanhoe Circle No. 125. Meets at A. 0. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco first and third 
Wednesdays. 

Ameeica Ciecle No. 128. Meets at Maenerbund 
Hall, Twenty-fourth and Potrero avenue, first and 
third Thursdays. 

Sheewood Circle No. 129. ' Meets at A. O. F. 
Building, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, Mon- 
days. 

Bohemian Ciecle No. 134. Meets at 102 O'Farrell 
street, San Francisco, first and third Tuesdays. 

MizPAH Circle No. im. Meets at A. O. F. Hall. 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Saturdays. 

Evening Star Circle No. 138. Meets at A. O. V. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and 
third Saturdays. 

Olympia Ciecle No. 141. Meets at Hall 4. A. O. F. 
Building, San Francisco, first and third Tuesdays. 

Occidental Circle No. 144. Meets at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and 
fourth Mondays. 

Satellite Circle No. 148. Meets at Longhead's 
Hall, 10K5 Polk street, San Francisco, Mondays. 

Oak Grove Ciecle No. 149. Meets at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and 
fourth Tuesdays. 

German- America Circle No. 156. Meets at Union 
Square Hall, second and fourth Fridays. 

Past Chief Companions' Association meets at A. O. 
F. Building, 102 O'Farrell street, every second and 
fourth Saturdays. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

State OiHeers— President, Bernard Higgins. 356 
North Second street. San Jose; Recording Secre- 
tary, D. S. McCarthy, 1365 Tenth street, Oakland; 
Treasurer, Mathew Crowe, Mountain View, Santa 
Clara County. Headquarters of the Board, 120 Ninth 
street. Meetings in Washington and Sheridan Halls. 

County Officers— Chaplain, Rev. D. O. Crowley, 
2030 Howard street; President, Captain Jerome 
Deasy, 545 California street; Vice-President, Captain 
Ed. I. Sheehan. 360 Third street; Recording Secre- 
tary, M. H. McCaflerty, 1444 Jackson street; Finan- 
cial Secretary, Thomas Doyle, 15-26 Webster street; 
Treasurer, Jeremiah Kelleher, 272 Clementina street ; 
Meets fourth Friday, Washington Hall. 

Division No. 2, A. O. H. A. Meets first Wednesday 
of each month at Sheridan Hall. 

Division No. 3, A. O. H. A. Meets second Wed- 
nesday in each month at Washington Hall. 

Division No. 5, A. O. H. A. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at Sheridan Hall. 

Division No. 8, A. O. H. A. Meets second Friday 
cf each month at Washington Hall. 

Division No. 9, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
third 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 Sheridan Hall. 



Division No. 11, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at Sheridan Hall. 

Division No. 12, A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month at Washington Hall. 

Division No. 13, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at Washington 
Hall. 

Division No. 14. A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month at Washington Hall. 

Division No. 15, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at Universal 
Hall. 

Division Ng. 16, A. O. H. A. Meets at St. Peter's 
Hall. 

Division No. 17, A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month at Stanford Hall. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN. 

Organized as a fraternal beneficial society in Octo- 
ber, 1868, at Meadville, Pa., and established in Cali- 
fornia August 21. 1875, by the institution of California 
Lodge at Oakland. 

The Grand Lodge of California was organized 
November 17, 1877, and meets annually on the first 
Tuesday of April. Its headquarters are 65-66 Flood 
Building. Officers— Grand Master Workman, Wil- 
liam Vinter, San Jose; Grand Foreman, A. F. 
Mackay, Los Angeles; Grand Overseer, Herman 
Schaflner, San Francisco; Grand Recorder, D. S. 
Hirshberg, Oakland: Grand Receiver, Sam Booth, 
San Francisco; Grand Guide, W. H. Evans, Monrovia; 
Grand Inside Watchman, D. S. Baxter, Pokegama; 
Grand Outside Watchman, J. D. Nield, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Trustee, J. O. Lovejoy, Tulare; Grand 
Medical E.xamlner, George W. Daywalt. 

LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

San Francisco No. 4. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Red Men's Hall. 

Golden Gate No. 8. Meets every Thursday 
evening at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Harmony No. 9. Meets every Saturday evenlne 
at Alcazar Hall, 

Terba Buena No. 14. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bernal No. 19. Meets every Monday evening at 
the corner of Sixteenth and Valencia streets. 

Meets every Tuesday evening at 

Valley No. 30. Meets every Wednesday evening 
at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Spartan No. 36. Meets every Saturday evening 
at Alcazar Building. 

Magnolia No. 41. Meets every Monday evening 
at Red Men's Hall. 

Myrtle No. 42. Meets every Saturday evening, 
except the second, at Alcazar Building. 

Franklin No. 44. Meets every Friday evening at 
No. .32 O'Farrell street. 

Hercules No. 53. Meets every Friday evening 
at Franklin Hall. 

WA.SHINGTON No. 60. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at Alcazar Building. 

Burns No. 68. Meets every Thursday evening at 
Alcazar Building. 

St. John No. 73. Meets every Thursday evening 
at Alcazar Building. 

Excelsior No. 126. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Excelsior Hall. 

Olympic No. 127. Meets every second and fourth 
Tuesday evening at Foresters' Hall. 

Fidelity No. 136. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Red Men's Hall. 

Bay View No. 159 
at Corinthian Hall. 

Memorial No. 174. Meets every Monday evening 
at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Friendship No. 179. Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Triumph No. 180. Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Friendship Hall. 

NOE Valley No. 185. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at Twenty-fourth and Church streets. 



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Alta Xo. 242. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Twenty-fourth and Folsom streets. 

Faikiiouxt Xo. 247. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at Stanford HalL 

Eureka Valley Is^o. 2.52. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Rohweder's Hall. 

Golden West No. 264. Meets every Saturday 
evening at Potrero Hall. 

DEGREE OF HONOR, A. O. U. W. 

The Degree of Honor is a social and beneficial 
organization, which has been connected with 
the Ancient Order of United Workmen since 
the Institution of the Supreme Lodge in 1873. 
A Grand Lodge was organized May 25, 189.3, 
and a beneficial department provided to the 
amount of 81,000. Grand Lodge Officers, 1896-1897— 
Past Grand Chief of Honor, Mrs. E. A Love joy; 
Grand Chief of Honor, Mrs. M. J. Masters; Grand 
Lady of Honor, Mrs. Evelyn F. Mayon; Grand Chief 
of Ceremonies, Mrs. Viola S. Norman; Grand Re- 
corder, Mrs. Kate M. Poland; Grand Receiver, Miss 
M. H. Ohea; Grand Inside Watchman, Mrs. H. L. 
Lewis; Grand Outside Watchman, Mrs. Minnie F. 
Hollis; Medical Examiner. Dr. J. L. Mayon. Office 
of Recorder, 65 Flood Building. 

Past Master Workmen's Association of the 
A. O. TJ. W. Officers— E. F. Joy, President; J. G. 
Scott, Recorder. Meets at 32 O'Farrell street. 



BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER 
OF ELKS. 

Organized April 11, 1876. Ernest Ulman, District 
Deputy and Exalted Grand Ruler of California. Offi- 
cers— J. R. Howell, E. R.; William Jones, E. L. 
K.; G. S. Backman, E. L. K.: W. C. Dudley, Secre- 
tary; J. O. Harris, Treasurer; A. A. Terry, Tyler. 
Trustees — J. P. Dunne, Alfred Perrier, Charles 
Nevin. 



CALIFORNIA STATE PROTECTIVE ASSO- 
CIATION. 

Organized in 1894. Object— To promote the in- 
terests of its members by assisting, so far as possible, 
in the reasonable and proper regulation of the liquor 
traffic, and thereby suppressing objectionable and 
obnoxious features incident thereto. Officers— J. P. 
Edofl, President; E. R. LlUenthal, Vice-President; 
William Alfs, Treasurer; Winfield Scott, Secretai-y, 
George W. Baker, San Francisco, John W. Mitchell; 
Los Angeles, Attorneys. Office, 24 Mills Building, 
6th floor. 

DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVO- 
LUTION. 

Sequoia Chapter. Organized December 10, 1891, 
Meets second Monday of every month at 2 p. m., 
at 1215 Sutter street. Object— To perpetuate patriot- 
ism. Officers- Mrs. Henry Wetherbee, Regent; Mrs. 
E. E. Barstow, Vice-Regent ; Mrs. Frederick Hewlett, 
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Florence Moore, Corres- 
ponding Secretary; Mrs. Arthur W. Moore, Treas- 



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. Next meeting at 
Denver, Colorado, in August, 1897. 

Grand Court of California organized November 
20, 1889. Officers for the year ending May 5, 1896: 
C. P. Rendon, P. G. C. R., Stockton; A. Ortila, G. C. 
R., Los Angeles; R. B. Vellage, G. S. C. R., Golden 
Gate, Alameda Co.; S. A. White, G. Treasurer, San 
Francisco; C. H. Bremer, G. Secretary, Alameda; 
Solomon Reiser, G. Recording Secretary, San Fran- 
cisco; J. S. W. Saunders, G. S. W., San Francisco; 
John Heenan, G. J. W., San Francisco; R. R. Dun- 
stan, G.S.B., Grass Valley; E. L. Forster, G. J. B., 



San Francisco; E. E. Skinner. Eureka; H. B. George, 
Santa Cruz, and J. E. Anderson. San Francisco, 
Grand Trustees; George Moody, San Francisco; C. 
M, Dies, Petaluma, and Edward Morris, Petaluma, 
Grand Auditors. Grand Secretary's office, third floor. 
Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street, San Francisco. 

Next meeting of Grand Court will convene in Wat- 
sonville. May 5, 1896. 

Forty-three Courts and three Junior Courts meet in 
this city at the Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street 
unless otherwise specified. 

Court Robin Hood No. 1. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Aurora No. 2. Meets second and fourth. 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court America No. 3. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Potrero Opera House. 

Court California No. 4. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Golden Gate No. 5. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court San Francisco No. 7. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Bat Citt No. 11. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Eucleian No. 13. Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month. 

Court Eclipse No. 14. Meets every Monday eve- 
ning. 

Court Hubertus No. 15 (German). Meets every 
Friday evening. 

Court Justice No. 16. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month. 

Court Inter Nos No. 18. Meets every Friday eve- 
ning. 

Court Golden West No. 20. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month. 

Court Zenith No. 21. Meets every Monday 
evening. 

Court Golden State No. 22. Meets second 
and fourth Wednesdays of each month in I. O. O. F. 
Building, Market and Seventh streets. 

Court Defiance No. 23. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening. 

Court Stanford No. 27. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Magnolia No. 29. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month. 

Court El Dorado No. 31. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month. 

Court Western Addition No. 32. Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Mondays of each month. 

Court Golden Eagle No. 33. Meets every 
Thursday evening. 

Court Golden Era No. 36. Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month. 

Court Washington No. .37. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month. 

Court Presidio No. 40. Meets every Tuesday 
evening in Steimke's Hall, Octavla and Union streets. 

Court ILatflower No. 41. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday of each month in Mission Parlor 
Hall, 17th street, near Valencia street. 

Court Verba Buena No. 42. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month in Franklin Hall. 

Court Bonita No. 43. Meets every Monday in 
Bonlta Hall, •24th and Folsom streets. • 

Court Seal Rock No. 45. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening in Pythian Castle, 909 Market street. 

Court Acme No. 51. Meets every Friday evening. 

Court Palo Alto No. 53. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Court Columbia No. 55. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street. 

Court Lincoln No. 57. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Hates Vallet No. 59. Meets every 
Wednesday evening in Pythian Castle, 909 Market 
street. 

Court Cosmopolitan No. 64. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Live Oak No. 67. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month in Myrtle Hall, Seventh and 
Railroad avenues. South San Francisco. 



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CouKT Fakalloijb No. 71. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month in Murphy's Hall, 
Ocean View. 

CouKT Apollo No. T6. Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month. 

CouET Bakbakoss.v No. 79 (German). Meets 
every Wednesday evening in Harmonie Hall, 1749 
Mission street. 

Court Richmond No 86. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month in Fraternal Hall. Fillmore 
street. 

Court Indepexdexce No. 104. Meets every Mon- 
day evening. 

Court Ferruccio No. 132 (Italian). Meets first 
and third Tuesdays of each month in Bersaghliary 
Hall, Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Enterprise No. 134. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month. 

Court Sutbo Heights No. 136. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Court Pride of California No. .5 (Junior 
Branch). Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of 
each month. 

I Court Young America No. 6 (Junior Branch). 
Meets first and third of Thursdays of each month in 
Potrero Opera House. 

Court Pride or the Golden West No. 37 
(Junior Branch). Meets first and third Wednesdays 
of each month. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST. 

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ladies' branch of the Foresters of America, 
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 Baltimore, Maryland, on the first 
Tuesday in September, 1897. 

Grand Circle of California. Organized Jan- 
uary 28, 1888. Officers for the year ending June 3, 
1896— Mrs. L. Enkle, P. G. C. C, San Francisco; 
Mrs. A. B. Andrews, G. C. C, Los Angeles; Mrs. M. A. 
Duke, S. C. C, San Francisco; Miss A. D. Bremer, 
Grand Secretary, Alameda ; Mrs. J. R. Himes, 
Grand Treasurer, Oakland: Herman Kohn, Grand 
Marshal, San Francisco; Mrs. H. Worms, Grand 
Guard, San Francisco ; Mrs. M. Pape, Grand 
Sentry, San Francisco; Mrs. Kemp van Ee, Grand 
Organist, San Francisco; Mrs. E. Harrington of 
San Francisco, Mrs. M. Green of Stockton and 
Mrs. M. E. Read of San Francisco, Grand Trustees. 
Sol Reiser, Miss M. Burkheim and Mrs. E. J. N. 
Steinweg. Grand Auditors. Grand Secretary's office, 
third floor. Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street, 
San Francisco. 

The next meeting of the Grand Circle will con- 
vene on Wednesday, June 3, 1896, in Oakland. 

There are fifty circles in the State, twenty-two 
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. 

Bay City Circle No. 11. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month. 

Diana Circle No. 22. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Golden Gate Circle No. 23. Meets first and 
third Mondays of each month. 

LoKELEY Circle No. 26 (German). Meets first 
and third Sattfrdays of each month. 

Live Oak Circle No. 29. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Defiance Circle No. 38. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Olympus Circle No. 42. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month in Mission Parlor Hail, 
Seventeenth street, near Valencia street. 

Golden West Circle No. 43. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month. 

Robin Hood Circle No. 58. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Twilight Circle No. 70. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month. 

Mizpah Circle No. 100. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Golden Era Circle No. 103. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month. 



Bonita Circle No. 104. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month in Bonita Hall, Twenty- 
fourth and Folsom streets. 

Diamond Circle No. 154. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month in Murphy's Hall, 
Ocean View. 

Hayes Valley Circle No. 201. Meets second 
and fourth Monday of each month. 

xVloha Circle No. 203. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Mozart Hall, 1158 Market 
street. 

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 every Monday 
evening. 

Pride of Columbia Circle No. 259. Meets first 
and third Thursdays of each month in Mozart Hall, 
1158 Market street. 

Village Belle Circle No. 264. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month. 

San Francisco Circle No. 267. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month in Maenner- 
bund Hall, Twenty-fourth and Potrero avenue, 

Presidio Circle No. 268. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month in Steimcke's Hall, Octavia, 
near Union street. 

The Knights of Sherwood Forest are the recog- 
nized uniformed rank of the Foresters of America. 
There are seven conclaves in the State, one of 
which is in this city, as follows: 

Golden Gate Conclave No. 92. Meets on the 
first Wednesday of each month In the Alcazar Build- 
ing. 

American Foresters' Hall Association. In- 
corporated January 8, 1892, for the purpose of buying 
real estate and erecting a hall thereon for the ac- 
commodation of the various courts and other 
branches of the Foresters of America. Officers- 
David Cohan, President; George Read, Vice-Presi- 
dent; C. H. Bremer, Secretary; John J. Cordy, 
Assistant Secretary; James Healing, Treasurer. 
Secretary's office, third floor Alcazar building, 120 
O'Farrell street. 

GRAND AEMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Department of California and Nevada. Or- 
ganized April 15. 1867. Headquarters, rooms 18 and 
19 St. Ann's Building, 6 Eddy street. Objects— To or- 
ganize, and to promote and perpetuate a fraternal 
feeling amongst all honorably discharged soldiers, 
marines and sailors who served in the war of the 
Rebellion; also to aid those of them who are in dis- 
tress, and to provide for widows and orphans of 
deceased comrades. Eligibility to membership— Ser- 
vice 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— T. C. Masteller, Dept. 
Commander, San Francisco; L. Finnegan, S. V. 
Dept. Commander, San Jose; F. W. Cushing, J. V. 
Dept. Commander, Oakland; G. H. Robinson, A. A. 
General, San Francisco; Eugene Wiegand, A. Q. M. 
General, San Francisco; S. L. Lee, Medical Direc- 
tor; Rev. J. A. Cruzan, Chaplain; L. F. Smith, 
Judge Advocate, Santa Cruz; A. H. Johnson, Chief 
Mustering Officer, Los Angeles; J. L. Winans, Dept. 
Inspector, Petaluma; J. J. Lyon, Mortuary Registrar, 
San Francisco. 

Council of Administration —P. J. Fisher, J. C. 
Bolles, J. G. Giesting, A. E. Cohn, San Francisco; 
L. W. Hillaker, Woodland. 

Lincoln Post No. 1. Organized May 27, 1867. 
Meets every Thursday evening at N. S. G. W. Build- 
ing, 414 Mason street. Harry W. Mortimer, Com- 
mander. 

Geo. H. Thomas Post No. 2. Meets first and 
third Tuesday evenings at 320 Post street. A. J. 
Vining, Commander. 

James A. Garfield Post No. 34. Meets every 
Tuesday at 114 O'Farrell street. R. R. Killgore, 
Commander. 

Colonel Cass Post No. 46. Meets first Tuesday 
evening at 2810 Mission street. John O'Neill, Com- 
mander. 

Gen. Geo. G. Meade Post No. 48. Meets first 
and third Tuesday evenings at 102 O'Earrell street. 
J. F Goggin, Commander. 



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Liberty Post No. 133. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 20 Eddy street. W. J. Parli, Commander. 

Veteran Gtiakd of Califokjjia, G. A. R. 
Organized April 11, 1885. Number of members, 7.5. 
Meets every Monday at the Armory, 620 Bush street. 
J. B. Lauck, Captain; T. C. Masteller, Adjutant; 
Eugene Wlegand, Quartermaster; J. J. Frank, Com- 
missary; J. H. Banfleld, 1st Sergeant. 

Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery As- 
sociation— Incorporated January 28th, 1870 Meets 
quarterly at 414 Mason street. Objects— "To hold 
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 
186.5, who may hereafter become deceased." 

Officers- H. T. Hobbert President; W. F. Howe, 
Vice-President; J. C. Innes, Secretary; C. Mason 
Klnne, 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 
army nurses homes and employment. Eligibility to 
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— Laura J. Robinson, Department President, 
San Francisco; Martha A. Chapin, Senior Vice De- 
partment President, Los Angeles ; Sara S. Tripp, 
Junior Vice Department President, Stockton; Re- 
becca Murphy, Chaplain, Sebastopol; Susie J.Har- 
ris, Treasurer, Santa Crnz. Executive Board— Cora 
O. Merritt, Oakland; Lizzie H. Condy, Stockton; 
Bessie Johnson, San Francisco; Mary Lang Farmer, 
Vallejo, and Irene E. Gibson, Oakland. 

Lincoln Corps No. 3. Hannah M. Dean, Presi- 
dent; Mina A. Sheldon, Secretary; Ella Bally, Treas- 
urer. Meets every Thursday evening at N. S. G. W. 
Building, 414 Mason street. 

James A. Garfield Corps No. 21. Mathilda 
Alpers, President; Carrie Ulmer. Secretary; Dora 
H. Dibblee, Treasurer. Meets at 120 O'Farrell street 
every Tuesday evening. 

General George G. Meade Corps No. 61. Ella 
Waddell, President ; Bessie Johnson, Secretary ; 
Hattie M. Pye, Treasurer. Meets first and third 
Tuesday evenings at 102 O'Farrell street. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Located at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. Or- 
ganized to be the conservator of the history, the 
traditions, the customs and the virtues of the origi- 
nal American people. It is benevolent and fraternal 
within the scope of its purposes. 

Grand Lodge. A. Jackson. Great Sachem, San 
Francisco; J. Sims, Great Senior Sagamore, Nevada 
City; F. A. Whipple, Great Junior Sagamore, Fort 
Bragg; O. F. Seavey, Great Prophet, Auburn; C. F. 
Burgman, Great Chief of Records, San Francisco; 
William J. Smith, Great Keeper of Wampum, San 
Francisco; James G. Hanks, Great Sannap, Oakland; 
G. L. Merguire, Great Mishlnewa, Palo Alto; G. W. 
Collins, Great Guard of the Wigwam. San Francisco; 
J. C. Safford, Great Guard of the Forest, Auburn; 
Frederick Brandt, O. F. Seavey, B. F. Josselyn, 
Grand Representatives. 

There are thirty-two tribes in the State. The fol- 
lowing meet in San Francisco: 



Bald Eagle No. 75. Every Friday evening 
corner of Octavia and Union streets. 



Oshonee No. 78. Every Wednesday evening at 
32 O'Farrell street. 



Every Friday evening at 



Pocahontas No. 
320 Post street. 

PoHONACHEB No.. 10. Every Monday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Seminole No 
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COUNCILS, degree OF POCAHONTAS. 

Alfarata Council No. 10. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 320 Post street. 

Daughters of Montezuma No. 15. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 320 Post street. 

Pocahontas No. 3. Meets every Monday evening 
at 320 Post street. 

Improved Order op Red Men's Hall-Associa- 
tion op San Francisco. Meets the second Mondav 
of each month at 320 Post street. Otflcers— Benjamin 
F. Josselyn, President; Davis Louderback. Vice-Presi- 
dent; William J. Smith, Secretary; William Rotrosky, 
Treasurer. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER B'NAI B'RITH. 

District Grand Lodge No. 4. Abraham Jonas, 
Grand President; Jacob Levison, Grand Secretary, 
1818 Post street; Julius Platshek, Grand Treasurer. 

B'nai B'rtth Hall Association. Organized to 
build and maintain a suitable hall for the order, and 
to rent lodge rooms. The line structure for such 
purposes at 121 Eddy street was designed and erected 
by the Association. It contains, besides a fine 
library, an excellent dancing hall and well-appointed 
dining rooms. Officers— J. L. Franklin, President; 
Jacob Levison, Secretary. Meetings, second Wednes- 
day of each month at the hall, 121 Eddy street. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

The special object of this Order is to furnish 
Insurance— ranging in amount from $500 to $3,000 — to 
Its members at low but fixed rates, varying according 
to age. The amount insured for is payable at death, 
or in case the member be totally disabled by sickness 
or accident, one-half is then paid to him and the other 
half is paid on his death to his beneficiary, or upon 
the member reaching his 70th birthday there is paid to 
him yearly 8100 for each 81,000 Insured until the total 
amount Insured for Is paid off. The Order is man- 
aged by the Supreme Court, with headquarters at 
Toronto, Ont. The High Court of California was 
instituted April 11, 1890, and is located at Los An- 
geles. Following are the High Court officers — G. A. 
McElfresh, H. C. R., room 51, Phillips Block, North 
Spring street, Los Angeles; Rev. B. W. R. Tayler, P. 
H.C, R., Los Angeles; J. R. Price, H. V. C. R., Co- 
lusa; W. H. Perry, High Secretary, room 51, Phillips 
!lloek. North Spring street, Los Angeles; H. S. Eb- 
erle. High Treasurer, Los Angeles; Chas. Mealand, 
M. D., High Physician, Sacramento; Chas. S. Peery, 
High Counselor, San Francisco. The next High 
Court session will be held at San Jose. The following 
Courts are located in San Francisco: 

Court Golden Gate No. 603. G. W. Kuss, Court 
Deputy, 310 Kearny street. Meets second and fourth 
Fridays in Washington Hall. 

Court Endeavor No. 627. C. L. Ames, Court 
Deputy, 90.5 Market street. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays In Foresters' Hall. 

Court San Francisco No. 822. H. F. Barbler, 
Court Deputy, 136 Sutter street. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays at 320 Post street. 

Court Dina No. 1133. Thomas Williams, Court 
Deputy, 61914 Gough street. Meets every Thursday 
in Alcazar Building. 

Court Southern Heights No. 1150. Robert Stew- 
art, Court Deputy, 522 Connecticut street. Meets 
first and third Tuesdays In Potrero Opera House. 

Court Golden Era No. 1315. H. A. Callendar, 
Court Deputy, 126 Kearny street. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays in Foresters' Hall. 

Court Mission No. 1369. E. Norman, Court 
Deputy, 1021 Twenty-fourth street. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays in Native Sons' Hall, Seven- 
teenth street, between Valencia and Guerrero streets. 

Court Seal Rock No. 3041. W. B. Wilson, Court 
Deputy, 1214 Steiner street. Meets every Monday in 
Native Sons' Hall, near corner of Fell and Baker 



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Organized in the United States In 1776; established 
In California in 1860. Meets at 510 Bush street. 
There are fourteen Stamnia or Tribes in this State. 
Officers— John Mangels, Grand Chief, San Prancisco; 
B. A. Sammann, Grand Secretary, 1209 Fillmore 
street, San Francisco. 

IKDEPENDENT ORDER RED Men'S HaLL ASSOCIA- 
TION. Meetings held second Tuesday of each month 
at .510 Bush street. Officers— C. B. Rode, President; 
A. Wrede, Vice-President; B. A. Sammann, Secre- 
tary, 1127 Sutter; John Mangels, Treasurer. 

JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN 
MECHANICS. 

A loyal, patriotic organization, fraternal and bene- 
ficial, strictly non-partisan and non-sectarian. San 
Francisco office, 214 Pine street. Objects of the 
order: To maintain and promote the interests of 
Americans, and shield them from the depressing 
effects of foreign competition, assist Americans in 
obtaining employment, encourage Americans in 
business, establish a sick and funeral fund, maintain 
the public schools of the United States of America, 
and to prevent sectarian interference therewith and 
uphold the reading of the Holy Bible therein. 
Qualiiications for membership— A white male per- 
son, born In the United States of North America, or 
under the protection of its flag. Of good moral 
character. A believer in the existence of a Supreme 
Being as the Creator and Preserver of the Universe. 
Opposed to union of church and State. Favorable to 
free education and the American public school sys- 
tem. Between 16 and 50 years of age for beneficial 
membership; over 50 years, non-beneflcial member- 
ship. 

The word "Junior" in the title has no relation to 
the age of members. It was adopted to distinguish 
the order from the O. U. A. M., and has no other 
significance. 

iSfor is the word " Mechanic " to be construed 
literally. It refers in no manner to artisans, but 
embraces every pursuit. 

State Councilor, H. C. Schaertzer. San Francisco; 
State Vice-Councilor, H. H. Griffiths, Newcastle; 
State Council Secretary, George E. Perry, 214 Pine 
street, San Fransisco. Subordinate councils in San 
Francisco. 

A. Lincoln Council No. 2. Meets at 121 Eddy 
street every Thursday evening. 

Starr King Council No. 6. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at .32 O'Farrell street. ' 

U. S. Grand Council No. 19. Meets at 32 O'Far- 
rell street every Thursday evening. 

Jambs A. Garfield Council. Meets at 32 O'Far- 
rell street every Monday evening. 

Alexander Hamilton Council No. 35. Meets 
every Thursday evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Organized at Louisville, Kentucky, June 30, 1873. 
California Lodge, the first organized in this State, 
was established In Sacramento April 28, 1877. Its 
ob.iects are to unite acceptable members fraternally; 
to cultivate charity and exercise benevolence, and 
to establish a relief fund in the nature of life insur- 
ance for Its members. Out of such fund an enor- 
mous sum of money has been paid. There are fifty- 
five lodges in California, twenty-four being in this 
city; the total membership is about four thousand. 

Grand Lodge of California. Organized March, 
1880. Room 47, St. Ann's Building. Officers— Pres- 
cott L. Archibald, Grand Dictator, San Francisco; 
W. W. Morison, Grand Vice-Dictator, Oakland; C. H. 
M. Curry, Grand Reporter, San Francisco; W. J. 
Thompson, Grand Assistant Dictator, San Francisco; 
F. W. Zehfuss, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; 
Rev. G. B. Allen, Grand Chaplain, Oakland: Thomas 
Learned, Grand Guide, San Francisco; J. C. Harvey, 
Grand Guardian, San Francisco; W. S. Lane, Grand 
Sentinel, Fresno; A. H. Volgt, Past Grand Dicta- 
tor, Los Angeles; Thomas Johnstone, Grand Trus- 
tee, San Francisco; Dorsan Nichols, Grand Trustee, 
San Francisco; George "W. Lemont, Grand Trustee, 
San Francisco; C.H. M. Curry, Supreme Lodge, 
Repsentative San Francisco; Duncan McPherso,n 
Supreme Lodge Representative, Santa Cruz; C. A. 
Garthorne, Supreme Lodge Alternate, San Francisco ; 
Leo O. Rodgers, M. D., Supreme Lodge Alternate. 

America Lodge No. 2229. Meets first and third 
Thurs^ay^ evenings of each month at 20 Eddy street. 
3, Reporter. 



Anchor Lodge No. 2366. Meets every Monday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. N. R. Doollttle, Reporter. 

Charter Oak Lodge No. 1755. Meets first and 
third Friday evenings of each month at Red Men's 
Building. H. K. Cummlngs, Reporter. 

Confidence Lodge No. 2282. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 209 
Sansome street. Harry J. Lask, Reporter. 

Eagle Lodge No. 2204. Meets second and fourth 
Rednesday evenings of each month at Rhlels' 
Building. J. K. Phillips, Reporter. 

Eureka Lodge No. 1756. Meets every Rednes- 
day evening at 20 Eddy street. George Y. Dernlng, 
Reporter. 

Far West Lodge No. 2334. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Steiner and Eeary streets. E. A. 
Bullls, Reporter. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 2108. Meets first and third 
Friday evenings in each month at Red Men's Build- 
ing. T.R. Hotchkiss, Reporter. 

Foktuna Lodge No. 3449. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. M. J. Hogan, Reporter. 

Friendship Lodge No. 1731. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. E. Bonnell, Re- 
porter. 

Gekmania Lodge (works In German) No. 1718. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at Alcazar Building. 
John F. Rau, Reporter. 

IVT Lodge No. 1716. Meets every Friday evening 
at 20 Eddy street. Isaac Onyon, Reporter. 

Keystone Lodge No. 2107. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings in each month at Alca- 
zar Building. Fred Ralsch, Reporter. 

Leland Stanford Lodge No. 3872. Meets every 
Friday evening at 20 Eddy street. C. W. Retry, Re- 
porter. 

Liberty Lodge No. 3496. Meets every Monday 
evening at Alcazar Building. W. J. Thomson, Re- 
porter. 

Norman Lodge No. 1841. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 121 Eddy street. Jacob Gans, Reporter. 

Occidental Lodge No. 1990. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays in each month at 121 Eddy street. 
J. F. Brown, Reporter. 

Polar Star Lodge No. 3027. Meets every Friday 
evening at Sixteenth and Valencia streets. E. 
Worth, Reporter. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 1922. Meets eyery 
Monday evening at Alcazar Building. Henry Wolf- 
shon. Reporter. 

Saxon Lodge No. 1848. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at Alcazar Building. C. H. 
Brodenstein, Reporter. 

Tancred Lodge No. 1927. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays of each month at Alcazar Building. 
Charles F. Howland, Reporter. 

Union Lodge No. 1895. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at Shlels' Building. Chas. 
G. Scha'efer, Reporter. 

Verba Buena Lodge No. 1788. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Alcazar Building. T. Johnstone, Re- 
porter. 

YosEMiTE Lodge No. 1930. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at Alca- 
zar Building. G. A. Folsom, Reporter. 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Organized September 6th, 1877. A national benev- 
olent assessment fraternity, open to all acceptable 
persons between the ages of eighteen and fifty, 
years. 

The Grand Lodge of California was organized Au- 
gust 26, 1877. Office, 20 Ellis street. 

Officers— C. C. O'Donnell, J.P. G. P., San Francisco; 
F. Kemp van Ee, Grand Protector, San Francisco; 
Miss E. T. Parker, Grand Vice-Protector, Sonora; 
S. B. Carleton, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; J. 
W. Maher, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Susie 
Pierson, Grand Chaplain, Sacramento; Doris J. 
Kaplan, Grand Guide, San Francisco; Mrs. E. J. 
Colombet, Grand Guardian, San Jose; P. J. Joyce, 
Grand Sentinel, San Francisco. 

The Lodges in this city are: 

Aurora Lodge No. 202. Meets first and third 
Monday evenings of each month at 421 Post street. 
Mrs. L. B. Holcomb, Secretary. 



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Bay City Lodge No. 619. Meets every Monday 
evening at 320 Post street. J. W. Maher, Secretary. 

Empire Lodge No. 832. Meets second and fourth 
Friday evenings of each month at 313 Hyde street. 
Mrs. E. R. O'Donnell, Secretary. 

ExcELsiOK Lodge No. 1252. Meets second and 
fourth Friday evenings of each month at 621 Bush. 
Eleanor A. Reed, 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 909}^ Market street. 
J. J. Hlclvs, Secretary. 

Martha Lodge No. 1241. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 
Mrs. J. Frledlander, 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 second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 
Ph. Kaplan, Secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. 

A fraternal and beneficial order. 

San Francisco Tent No. 18, K. O. T. M. Meets 
second and fourth Friday evenings of each month at 
Alcazar Hall, Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 
Theo. Frolich, Record Keeper, 320 Sansome street, 
room 2. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

There are 175 Lodges of this Order in California, 
twenty-three of which are in San Francisco. The 
Grand Lodge of California organized September 28, 
1869. Ofiicers: Carl E. Lindsay, Past Grand Chan- 
cellor, Santa Cruz; George Samuels, Grand Chan- 
cellor, Oakland; C. F. McGlashan, Grand Vlce-Chan- 
cellor, Truckee; W. H. Grant, Grand Prelate, Wood- 
land; Herman Schaffner, Grand Keeper of Records 
and Seal, San Francisco; S. G. Little, Grand Master of 
Exchequer, Dixon; W. H. Lehman, Grand Master-at- 
Arms, Santa Ana; E. H. Warren, Grand Inner Guard, 
East Oakland; J. H.Johnston, Grand Outer Guard, 
Sacramento. Grand Trustees (Corporate Directors) 
A. Perrier, San Francisco; J. W. Guthrie, Sacra- 
mento; Sig. Steiner, Escondido. 
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 114 O'Farrell street. William Retal- 
lack, C. C. 

California Lodge No. 1. Meets every Monday 
evening at 909 Market street. J. A. Lueders, C. C. 

Damon Lodge No. 2. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Eureka Lodge No. 9. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 909 Market street, F. O. Raabe, C. C. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 12. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 909 Market street 

Faiemount Lodge No. 108. Meets every Friday 
evening at 2319 Mission street. 

Garfield Lodge No. 72. Meets first and third 
Thursdays at 35 Eddy street. B. C. Duffy, C. C. 

Golden City Lodge No. 63. Meets every Fri- 
day evening at 909 Market street. A. L. Storrs, C. C. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 3. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 909 Market street. W.H. Hutchinson, 
C. C. 

Haemonie 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. 

Ivy Lodge No. 65. Meets every Tuesday evening 
at 909 Market street. 

Jefferson Lodge No. 179. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 605 Union street. 

Justice Lodge No. 85. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Laurel Lodge No. 4. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 909 Market street. George H. Wolfe, C. C. 

Metropolitan Lodge No. 24. Meets every Mon- 
day 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- 
ing at 814 Pacific street. 

Sequoia Lodge No. 188. Meets every Wednesday 
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. S. G. Grossman, 

C. C. 

Unity Lodge No. 61. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at 909 Market street. 

Knights of Pythias Cemetery Association. 
OflSce— Room 16, St. Ann's Building. Plat— City 
Cemetery. M. A. Samuels, President; F. A. Me- 
cready. Secretary. 

KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE. 

A beneficial and semi-military organization. Mem- 
bership, 90,000 in United States. 

Grand Officers of the Grand Castle of the State of 
California— U. A. Lewis, San Francisco, P. G. C; 

D. N. Hanna, Vallejo, G. C; T. A. McGowan, G. V. 
C; F. T. Morrelle, G. H. P.; W. J. Kidd, G. S. H.; 
A. D. Cheshire, G. F. G.; A. F. Plate, G. S. G.i 
Samuel McCall, R. S. C; Geo. B. Hanna, San Fran- 
cisco, G. M. of R., 535 Market street; Daniel Nor- 
cross, San Francisco, G. K. of E. 

California Castle No. 1, Golden Gate Castle No. 9. 
Pacific Castle No. 10, K. G. E., and Alpha Temple 
No. 1 L. G. E., are located In San Francisco. 



KNIGHTS OF TARA. 

A secret Irish organization, the object of which is 
only known to the members. Meets at K. R. B. Hall, 
corner of Mason and O'Farrell streets, the first and 
third Fridays of each month. 

KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH. 

Thomas Desmond, Superintendent. Meets every 
Wednesday at their Hall, 220 Mason street. 

LEGAL FRATERNITY OF PHI. DELTA PHL 

Pomeroy Chapter, Hastings College of the Law 
University of California. Established 1883. Meets 
every Thursday evening, during the college year, at 
530 California street. T. A. Perkins, Consul; Charles 
W. Willard, Scriptor. There are Chapters In twenty- 
three of the leading colleges of the United States. 

MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S., 
COMMANDERY OF CALIFORNIA. 

Instituted April 12, 1871. 

Principles- First, A firm belief and trust in Al- 
mighty God, extolling Him under whose beneficent 
guidance the sovereignty and Integrity of the Union 
have been maintained, the honor of the Flag vindi- 
cated, and the blessings of civil liberty secured, 
established and enlarged; 

Second, true allegiance to the United States of 
America, based upon paramount respect for and 
fidelity to the National Constitution and Laws, man- 
ifested by discountenancing whatever may tend to 
weaken loyalty. Incite to insurrection, treason or 
rebellion, or Impair in any manner the efficiency and 
permanency of our free institutions. 

Objects— The objects of this Order shall be 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 soldiers 
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; 
enforce unqualified allegiance to the General Gov- 
ernment; protect the rights and liberties of Ameri- 
can citizenship, and maintain National honor, union 
and Independence. Headquarters, 314 California 

Officers— Major Burchell Hooper, Commander; 
Brigadier-General Samuel B. M. Young, Senior Vice- 
Comrhander; Paymaster Henry T. Skelding, Junior 
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Smedberg, Recorder; Lieutenant Horace Wilson, 
Registrar; Captain Cliarles Mason Klnne, Treasurer; 
First Lieutenant Lysander S. Butler, Cliancellor; 
John S. Wallace, Cliaplaln. Council— Major E. A. 
Denlcke, Captain W. T. Y. Schenck, Captain John C. 
Currier, Lieutenant-Colonel George Stone, Allen H. 
Babcock (in succession). 

NATIONAL UNION, THE. 

A distinctively American, secret, beneficial order, 
organized and incorporated under the laws of Ohio, 
May, 1881. 

It was formed to associate white male American 
citizens of good moral character, of sound bodily 
health, and between twenty and fifty-four years of 
ase. 

To advance its members morally, socially and In- 
tellectually. 

To provide for the relief of sick and distressed 
members and their families. 

To provide a benefit fund, from which, upon the 
death of a member, a sum not exceeding five thou- 
sand dollars shall be paid to such beneficiaries re- 
lated to the deceased member by consanguinity or 
affinity, as may have been designated by the mem- 
ber, in accordance with the laws of the order. 

Certificates are issued In amounts of Sl.OOO, 82,000, 
*3000, 84,000 or 85,000. 

Councils of the order are established in cities and 
towns of the healthy portions of the United States 
and Canada, there being now over 685 Councils in 
existence, with number of members July 1, 1894, 
45.3S5. 

The San Francisco Cabinet, N. U. Meets the 
first Wednesday of each month in Stanford Hall, 
Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. James E. 
Field, President; Charles J. King, Secretary, 323 
Front street. 

YosEMiTE Council No. 33, N. TJ. Meets the first 
and third Mondays of each mouth in Unity 
Hall. Foresters' Building, Wi O'Farrell street. W. 
W. Peck, Secretary, residence, 339 Twenty-eighth 
street. 

Califoknia Council No. 530, N. U. Meets the 
first and third Wednesdays of each month in Stan- 
ford Hall, Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 
Charles J. King, Secretary, 323 Front street. 

San Francisco Council No. 540. N. U. Meets 
the first Monday of each month in Mutual Hall, 
Shiels' Building, 32 O'F'arrell street. C. H. Bronden- 
stien. Secretary, room 218, Phelan building. 

Pacific Council No. 547, N. U. Meets the first 
Saturday of each month in Harmony Hall, Red Men's 
Building, 320 Post street. S. B. Doane, Secretary, 
room 89, S. P. Co's building, Fourth and Townsend 
streets. 

Union Council No. 549, N. U. Meets the second 
and fourth Friday of each month in Ruby Hall, Red 
Men's Building, 320 Post street. T. A. Farless, 
Secretary, room 11, 217 Sansome street, 

Golden Gate Council No. 551, N. U. Meets the 
second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in Ruby 
Hall, Red Men's Building, 320 Post street. J. J. 
Scoville, Secretary, room 13, 320 Sansome street. 

El Dorado Council No. 581, N. U. Meets the 
first and third Fridays of each month in Alcazar 
Building, 120 O'Farrell street. C. Rothschild, Secre- 
tary, 22 and 24 Battery street. 

ORDER OF CHOSEN FRIENDS. 

The Order of Chosen Friends is a fraternal, benevo- 
lent and protective society. Its business is con- 
ducted privately, yet in such a manner that those 
conscientiously opposed to secret societies can en- 
dorse and affiliate with it. It was established May 28. 
1879, at Indianapolis, Indiana, and now has about 900 
Councils and about 40,000 members, 180 Councils and 
8.000 members of which are in the Grand Jurisdic- 
tion of California. It is the only fraternal insurance 
order that pays, in addition to death benefits, the 
full amount of their insurance to its members arriv- 
ing at the age of seventy-five years, and not less 
than one-fourth nor more than one-half the amount 
to those who become totally disabled by reason of 
sickness or accident. Certificates are issued in sums 
of S500 to 83,000. 

Officers of the Grand Council of California. 
T. H. Selvage, Grand Councilor, Eureka; M. Boehm, 
Grand Assistant Councilor, San Francisco; W. H. 
Pratt, Grand Vice-Councilor, Virginia City; S. C. 
Wallis, Grand Recorder, San Francisco; Miss Clara 



McDonald, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Mrs. M. 
L. Grohs, Grand Prelate, Auburn; Miss K. C. 
Browne, Grand Marshal. San Francisco; Mrs. I. 
Marsh, Grand Warden, Sacramento; Mrs. Clara J. 
Sweeney, Grand Marshal, San Francisco; H. B. M. 
Miller, Grand Sentry, Golden Gate; H. W. Hutton, 
Past Grand Councilor, San Francisco; Mrs. Sarah 
Krueger, Grand Guard. 

Grand Recorder's office, rooms 42, 33, 35, St Ann's 
Building. 

Concord Council No. 2. Meets second and fourth 
Monday evenings at 20 Eddy street. 

Crystal Council No. 4. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. 

America Council No. 7. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Pacific Council No. 8. Meets every Friday even- 
ng at 317 Mason street. 

H. W. Hutton Council No. 10. Meets every Sat- 
urday evening at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Alcazar Council No. 11. Meets first and third 
Thursday evening at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Samaritan Council No. 13. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 909i>^ Market street. 

Home Council No. 14. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays at Mission street between Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth streets. 

Washington Council No. 16. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Olive Branch Council No. 31. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays at .35 Eddy street. 

Protection Council No. 42. Meets first and third 
Mondays at 20 Eddy street. 

Social Council No. 46. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 320 Post street. 

Empire Council No. 47. Meets every Monday 
evening at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Evans Council No. 52. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Eclectic Council No. 55. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 20 Eddy street. 

California Council No. 56. Meets first and third 
Saturdays at 320 Post street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 60. Meets every Fri- 
day at Leavenworth and Pacific streets. 

Teutonia Council No. 66. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays at 35 Eddy street. 

Fairmount Council No. 103. Meets second and 
fourth Thursday evenings at Twenty-eighth and 
Valencia streets. 

Phcenix Council No. 152. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Germania Council No. 180. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 120 O'Farrell street. 

San Francisco Council No. 182. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays at 35 Eddy street. 

Mistletoe Council No. 186. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays at Thirtieth and Church streets. 

Bradford Council No. 190. Meets first and third 
Fridays at Masonic Hall, South San F'rancisco. 



ORDER OF HERMANN'S SONS. 

Organized June, 1870. The first Grand Lodge was 
instituted in January, 1878, the Order at that time 
comprising three lodges with a membership of 288. 
On January 1, 1896, there were nineteen lodges in the 
State with a membership of 2.615. There are seven ■ 
lodges In San Francisco, with 1,186 members; also 
one ladies' lodge with 211 members. The object of 
the Order is to promote a spirit of fraternity and 
benevolence and also to assist members In sick- 
ness and distress. The combined capital of the vari- 
ous lodges on January 1, 1896, was 865.308.75. Ofiicers 
L. Scharenberg, Grand President, San Francisco; 
J. P. Krempel, Grand Vice-President, Los Angeles; 
P. N. E.Lampe. Grand Secretary, 2018 Folsom street; 
C. Trautner, Grand Treasurer. Executive Board 
meets every fourth Thursday of each month at 413 
Sutter street. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 1. Meets every 
Wednesday at 413 Sutter street. 

E. V. Bandel Lodge No. 3. Meets every Tues- 
day at 320 Post street. 

Eureka Lodge No. 6. Meets every Friday at 
510 Bush street. 



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Geemania Lodge No. 7. Meets every Tuesday 
at 413 Sutter street. 

Herkules Lodge No. 8. Meets every Thursday 
at 413 Sutter street. 

North Beach Lodge No. 9. Meets every 
Monday at 413 Sutter street. 

Mission Lodge No. 10. Meets every Thursday 
In Mission Turn Vereln Hall. 

HoFFNUNG Lodge No. 1 (Ladles'). Meets every 
Friday at 413 Sutter street. 

Past President Union. Meets every last Mon- 
day of each month at 510 Bush street. 

ORDEE OF PENDO. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of Cali- 
fornia. All of Its Subordinate Councils are under 
the Immediate control of the Supreme Council, 
which has its headquarters at San Francisco. This 
Is a representative body, made up of delegates 
elected from districts which must embrace a certain 
number of Councils and members. The sessions of 
the Supreme Council are held annualy, and reports 
of the condition of the Order are printed and furn- 
ished to the Subordinate Councils. Ernest Duden, 
Supreme Secretary, 601 California street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 11. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 320 Post street. 

ORDER OF SONS OF ST. GEORGE. 

This is a fraternal and social organization com 
posed of Englishmen, or the sons or grandsons of 
Englishmen, with headquarters at the St. George's 
Club, 317 Mason street. The order had its origin in 
Pennsylvania in 1872, and has now subordinate lodges 
all over the United States, Canada and the Sandwich 
Islands. The Grand Lodge of the Pacific Coast 
Jurisdiction comprises all the States and Territories 
west of the Rocky Mountains, British Columbia and 
the Sandwich Islands. Grand President. William 
George, Grass Valley, California; Grand Secretary, 
Edward Oliver, 2098 Market street, office, 317 Mason 
street. 

ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Objects— A fraternal beneficiary order with in- 
surance of S3.000 or si, 500. Organized Boston, Mass., 
June 23, 1877. Councils, December 31, 1894, 1,588. 
Membership, 170.541. 

Argonaut Council No. 597. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings of each month at Charity 
Hall. 32 O'Farrell street. J. A. Magagnos, Collector, 
212 Pine street: H. G. Watrous, Secretary. 227 Clip- 
per street; Frederick Head, Treasurer, 732 Twenty- 
third street. 

SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

.\n organization with headquarters at New York 
city, and general officers throughout the United 
States. General Horace Porter, New York city, is 
President-General, and Franklin Murphy, 143 Chest- 
nut street, Newark, N. J., is Secretary-General. Ob- 
jects—To preserve memories of the American Revo- 
lution, 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 Govern- 
ment and of free institutions. Board of Managers of 
the California Society— Hon. E. W. McKinstry. Presi- 
dent; Edwin Bonnell, Secretary; Col. A. S. Hubbard, 
Registrar; Sidney M. Smith, Senior Vice-President; 
€olonel John C. Currier, Junior Vice-President; 
Charles H. "Warner, Treasurer; Wm. S. Moses. Mar- 
shal; Dr. C. J. Burnham. Hon. Horace Davis, Roscoe 
S. Gray, A. D. Shepard, R. Vandercook, S. W. Holla- 
dny. 

SONS OF JACOB. 



SONS OF VETERANS. 

All male descendants, not less than eighteen years 
of age, of deceased or honorably discharged soldiers, 
sailors or marines who served in the Union Army 
or Navy during the Civil War of 1861-186.5, shall be 
eligible to membership, provided that no person 
shall be eligible who has been ever convicted of any 



crime, or who has, or whose father has ever 
borne arms against the Government of the United 
States of America. 

Division headquarters, Santa Cruz, Cal. 

Officers — Chas. C. Houck, Division Commander, 
Santa Cruz; Harry E. Pratt, S. V. Division Com- 
mander, Pasadena; E. M. Billings, .J. V. Division 
Commander, Benicla. Division Council— B. J. Blals- 
dell, Santa Cruz; Oscar .ludell, Oakland, and J. A. 
Miller, San Francisco. 

Fair Oaks Camp No. 15. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 102 O'Farrell street. Officers— C. S. 
Howard, Captain; W. K. Bush, First Lieutenant; 
Gus Audibut, Second Lieutenant; A. M. Ashen- 
felter. First Sergeant; W. E. Lawrence, Quarter- 
master Sergeant. 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. 

Meets in Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. The 
Grand Grove meets the third Tuesday in June of 
each year. Officers— O. H. Hoag of No. 47, Noble 
Grand Arch; J. F. Devoto of No. 88, Dpputy Grand 
Arch; .James J. Mollison of No. 15, Grand Secretary, 
413 Sutter street; L. Chassagne of No. 10 Grand 
Treasurer. 

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

Pacific Jurisdiction— Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, 
Utah. Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada and Cal- 
ifornia. Objects, fraternal insurance from si, 000 to 
■■?3,000. Organized August 11, 1890, at Denver, Col. 

Golden Gate Camp No. 64. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Oriental Hall, 120 O'Farrell street. 
P. F. Gllroy, Consul Commander, California and San- 
some streets; H. G. Watrous, Clerk, 227 Clipper 
street; D. Oliver Jr., Assistant Clerk, 1126 Twenty- 
second street. 

Redwood Camp No. 91. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Pythian Castle, 909 Market street; Thos. 
F. Hatton, Clerk. 

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SOCIAL SOCIETIES. 

Ariel Rowing Club. Organized April 17, 1877: 
incorporated February 15, 1887; meets monthly. 
Boat house is situated at Long Bridge. George T. 
McGinness, President; P. J. Enright, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Eugene Flanders, Secretary; J. F. Coughlin, 
Treasurer; Robert Ellis, Captain; H. A. Pless, 
Lieutenant-Captain; John Bockman, A. N. Racouil- 
lat, D. Sheehan, G. Harters and Albert Carroll, Di- 
rectors. Membership, 78. 

Akion Verein. Location, 414 Pine street. Or- 
ganized for social and beneficial purposes. Business 
meetings every second Wednesday of each month. 
Singing section meets every Wednesday evening. 
Membership about two hundred. Officers — Max 
Magnus, President; Paul Scholz, Recording Secre- 
tary; Oscar Dittmer, Financial Secretary; C. Her- 
mann, Treasurer. 

Arlington Yacht Club. Commodore, J. Lester 
Gabriel, 13-15 Kearny; Vice-Commodore, E. H. 
Roberts; Fleet Captain, Albert G. Kohn; Captain, 
George F. Powell; Secretary, Edward L. Dorr; 
Treasurer, Gus P. Aurich; headquarters, Crocker 
Building. 

Associated Veterans of The Mexican War. 
Sydney I. Loup, President; Charles L. Lange, Vice- 
President; doseph Stewart, Second Vice-President; 
William L.Duncan, Secretary; Alexander McDonald, 
Treasurer; W. H. Kurlbaum. W. C. Bennett, John 
Broderick, James Layton, M. White, Trustees. 
Office, 22 O'Farrell street. I. Murphy, Marshal, The 
Association meets second Thursday of every month. 

ATHEN2EUM LITER ART AND SOCIAL SOCIETY. 

Meets first and third Saturday evenings of each 
month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bay City Wheelmen. Club house. 441 Golden 
Gate avenue. F. H. Kerrigan, President; H. P. How- 
ard, Secretary; W. D. Sheldon, Treasurer. 

Bear Club or California. Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month at corner Post and Fillmore 
streets. Officers— Thomas W. Collins. President; 
George S. McComb, Recording Secretary: H. H. C. 
Jaffa, Financial Secretary; O. A. Tolle, Treasurer. 



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Social Societies. 



BoHEMiAX Club. Location, 130 Post street. In- 
corporated May 17, 1872. Number of members In- 
cluding life, honorary, and army and navy, seven 
hundred and thirty. Limit of regular membership, 
six hundred. Meetings held second Tuesday in Janu- 
ary, April, July and October. Officers — George 
Chismore, M. D., President; Peter Robertson. Vice- 
President; Donald de V.Graham, Secretary; James 
A. Thompson, Treasurer, H. B. Rathbone, Assistant 
Secretary and Manager. 

BuNKEE 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 17. William G. Badger, President; H 
S. Foote Jr., Secretary. Office, 26 O'Farrell street, 
room 1. 

Caledonian Club. Organized November 24, 1866. 
Incorporated August 26, 1871. Meets at Scottish 
Hall. Ill Larkin street on the first and third Friday 
evenings of each month. Objects— Social and 
athletic. D. R. McNeill. Chief; John Reid, 
Plrst Chieftain; George Davidson, Second Chieftain; 
James H.Duncan, Third Chieftain; 'William Mitchell, 
Fourth Chieftain; Dr. George Adam, Physcian 
Directors; George Cannon, Archibald Lauriston, 
Cieorge Harris, John W. Cameron and John E. Mc- 
Farlane. 

California Academy of Medicine. Organized 
September 26, 1891. (Successors to San Francisco 
Medical Benevolent Society, organized December 21, 
1870, and incorporated February 2.3. 1871). Objects— 
To promote kindly professional and social inter- 
course among themselves and their professional 
brothers at large. The Literary Chapter has for its 
objects; First— The collection of a library. Second 
— The establishment of a museum. Third- The 
publication of a medical journal, or monographs on 
medical subjects, as the society may, from time to 
time, determine or order to be printed. Fourth- 
Reports of cases and the discussion of such medical 
subjects as shall be brought before the chapter. 
Number of members, sixty-eight. Regular meet- 
ings third Saturdays of each month at their building 
SE cor Bush street and Van Ness avenue, Officers- 
President, J. M. Williamson. M. D.; Treasurer 
Gerald J. Fitzgibbon. M. D., Secretary; James f' 
McCone, M. D., M. R. C. S. Eng., 1132 Sutter street. 

California Associated Cycling Clubs. Secre- 
tary's Office, 661 Market street. Includes all the Cy- 
cling Clubs in San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, 
Alameda and Santa Rosa. Officers— Harlow H 
White, President; Joseph A. Desimore and Charles 
W. Gompertz, Vice-Presidents; J. F.Hancock, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer; George H. Stratton, Chairman 
Road Racing Committee. 

California Camera Club. Location, Academy 
of Sciences Building, 819 Market street. President, 
A. G. McFarland; Secretary, C. F. Cormack. 

California Cycling Club. Parlor and gymna- 
sium, southwest corner Twenty-second and Folsom 
streets. Meets each Monday of the month. Thomas 
Wall, Secretary. 

California Lawn Tennis Club. Location of 
grounds, southeast corner Bush and Scott streets. 
Five courts laid In bituminous rock perfectly 
smooth. Commodious clubrooms, dressing-rooms 
and all appertaining thereto. Limited membership 
of two hundred. Trained attendant at the courts 
every day In the month. Spectators are always wel- 
come. The courtesies of the club are extended to 
players residing out of San Francisco, through ap- 
plication to the Board of Directors, the length of 
time being limited to two weeks. Officers— Dell 
Linderman, President; R. J. Davis, Treasurer; 
George Whitney, Secretary. 

California Philatelic Press Club. Hugo A 
Bilay. President; Blythe H. Henderson. Secretarv 
and Treasurer. Board of Directors- Hugo A. Bilay 
Blythe H. Henderson, H. K. Zobel and Joseph H 
Makins. Membership limited. Initiation fee. .*2.t 
1308 Pine 

California Schuetzen Club. Organized Jan- 
uary. 1876. Meets at Eintracht Hall, corner Twefth 
and Folsom streets, on the last Tuesday evening of 
each month. Membership 250. Dr. F. P Muffe 
President; F. A. Kuhls, Vice-President; John 
Utschlg, Treasurer; Otto Burmeister, Secretary. 

California State Democratic Club. Organ- 
ized December, 1879. Its membership extends 
throughout the State. Quarterly meetings are held 
on the first Wednesday in January, April, July and 
October. Special meetings at call of Executive 
Committee, room 17, Flood Building. Secretary's 



address 134 Market street. While the general scope 
of the club's organization is social as well as politi- 
cal, its primary and leading object is In the direc- 
tion of purifying the party methods and of main- 
taining intact the principles and teachings of the 
Democratic party. I. Gutte, President; J. V. Coffey, 
Vice-President; H. P. Bush, Secretary. 

Calliopean Club. Location, 1620 California street. 
A. Bachman, President; Max Blum, Secretary. 

Carlisle Club (Democratic). Organized Septem- 
ber 15, 1893. Objects, political and social. Club 
rooms, 1707 Powell street. Officers- H. R. Morton, 
President; Henry Grlmshaw, Vice-President; D. F. 
Supple, Secretary; Thomas Foley, Treasurer. 

CercleFrancais. Location, 421 Post street. Or- 
ganized, April 12, 1884; incorporated, June 9, 1888. 
The membership Is mostly composed of French 
merchants, a good number residing outside of San 
Francisco. The regular meetings take place on the 
second Tuesday of each month. Membership, 170. 
Sylvain Weill, President; Dr. J. D. De Chantreau 
Vice-President; Em. Meyer, Treasurer; Paul Belle- 
mans, Secretary; Joseph Kahn, A. S. Roos, A. E. 
Grogan, Charles M. Rousseau, A. Callleau, Directors. 
Club of Eleven. Meets every Thursday evening 
at 936 Howard street. J. N. Nathan, President; R. 
J. Cohen, Secretary. 

Concordia The. Location, southeast cor. Post 
street and Van Ness avenue. Organized, November, 
1864. Leon Guggenhime, President; Charles L. 
Ackerman, First Vice-President; Charles Sutro, Jr. 
Second Vice-President; Henry Schussler, Recording 
Secretary; Joshua Eppinger, Financial Secretary; 
Henry Meyer, Treasurer. Board of Directors- Leon 
Guggenhime, Charles L. Ackerman. Charles Sutro 
Jr., Henry Schussler, Joshua Eppinger, Henry 
Meyer, Charles Hirsch, B. Hausmann, Henry Wan- 
genhelm, Ben Rosenberg. Meets third Tuesday In 
each month. 

Corinthian Yacht Club. Headquarters and 
club house, Tiburon, Marin county, Oal. J. W. Pew, 
Commodore; Alexander J. Young, Secretary, M111& 
Building. 

Cosmos Club. Location, 317 Powell street. Or- 
ganized, April, 1881; incorporated, July, 1883. Ob- 
ject—The promotion of social intercourse among its 
members. Officers— J. M. Cunningham, President; 
J. J. Chappell, Vice-President; C. K. Mcintosh, Hon. 
Secretary; W. B. Bradford, Treasurer. Directors— 
H. D. Walker, J. H. Miller, J. E. Freeman, E. C. 
Jones, J. J. Herr. 

County Leitrum Social Club. R. J. O'Reilly, 
President; J. M. Kenny, Financial Jecretary; M.J. 
Moran, 532 Howard street. Recording Secretary. 
Meets first Friday of every month at Drew's Hall, 
121 New Montgomery. 

Cross Country Club. Organized January 15, 
1890. Objects— Social, sight-seeing and amateur 
pedestrianlsm. Membership confined to men. 
Meets In the woods at different places every alter- 
nate Sunday. Strangers always welcome. Head- 
quarters, 119 Powell street, where programme Is 
open to public Inspection. J. E. Locke, President, 
333 O'Farrell street; F. W. Gelger, Secretary. 

County Monaghan Social Club. Meets second 
Tuesday of each month at 927 Mission street. 

Danish Society (Norden). Organized July, 1873. 
Object— To encourage social and dramatic entertain- 
ment. Club rooms, 25 Tenth street. Officers— H. R. 
Wilson, President; George Slllesen, Vice-President; 
P. Galberg, Treasurer; G. N. Leutholtz, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; C. Chrlstensen, Recording Sec- 
retary; J. Samson, Bibliotecar. 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association of- 
the Pacific Coast. Organized, 1881. Annual re- 
union and dinner second Thursday in April, San 
Francisco. Membership, 120. Officers— Fisher Ames, 
President; Thomas Flint Jr. and Ira G. Hoitt, Vice- 
Presidents; C. S. Wright, Treasurer; Sidney Worth, 
Member Executive Committee; T. A. Perkins, Sec- 
retary. 

Deutscher Krieger Veeein. Organized, 1884. 
Membership, 310, Including shooting section and 
singing section. Meets on the first and third Wed- 
nesdays of each month at B. B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. 
Candidates for membership must have served in the 
army or navy of Germany. Officers— E. Brugge, 
President; A. Redecker, Vice-President; MaxLenge- 
feld. Corresponding Secretary; C. Paul, Financial 
Secretary; M. E. D. Gerder, Treasurer; C. Kohler, 
Sergeant-at-arms. Trustees— W. Seeman, F. ~ 
and C. Relse. 



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Deutschek Vekein. Club rooms. Parrott Build- 
ing, northeast corner Powell and Post streets. 
Directors meet first Monday every month. Officers— 
A. Herbert, President; G. C.Landls, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; Gustav Gutsch, Second Vice-President; Wil- 
liam Wirthle, Recording Secretary; M. Copmann, 
Financial Secretary; Franz Jacoby, Treasurer. 

Doctors' Daughters. This association of mem- 
bers of the First Presbyterian Church occupies a 
peculiar and secluded field that is yet a crowded one. 
Generous and thoughtful in the scope of its volun- 
tary work, delicate in its movements and reticent 
with regard to its beneficiaries, it refrains from 
stinging while aiding, and is quietly effectual without 
humiliating recipients of its favors. Doctors' Daugh- 
ters can supply uniformed waitresses for afternoon 
or evening; reliable women for general house-clean- 
ing; superior needlewomen in all branches; first- 
class upholsterer (S2 per day); delicious cakes for 
teas and luncheons, made by woman caterer (for 
address apply to telephone number East 4T2) ; compe- 
tent French teacher; teachers in English and music. 
Apply to Miss Alice Owens, 2101 California street. 
Telephone West 790. Officers— Mrs. B. P. Horton, 
President; Mrs. FredH. Green, First Vice-President; 
Mrs. Edward Belcher, Second Vice-President; Miss 
Helen Hyde, Treasurer; Mrs. .John R. Vail, Record- 
ing Secretary; Mrs. Charles Tuttle, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

Dkt Goods Men's Association of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized September 2, 1884. Membership, 
300. Meets first and third Thursday evenings of each 
month at Alcazar Building. Officers- .J. P. Well, 
President; W. Johannsen, Vice-President; Wm. M. 
O'Shaughnessy, Recording Secretary; George A. 
Brown, Financial Secretary; Jacob Bowman, Treas- 
urer; H. S.Hooe, Marshal. 

Dublin Social Club. Meets first and second 
Mondays of each month at 927 Mission street. 

Franklin Dramatic and Social Club. F. P. 
Schaefer, President; A. D. Helmquist, Recording 
Secretary ; 1504 Market street. 

Germania Schutzen Club. Meets third Friday 
of every month at 620 Bush street. N. Ahrens, Presi- 
dent; Andrew Mocker, Secretary. 

Gesellschaft Teutonia. Organized June 1, 
1866. Location, Teutonia Hall, 1322 Howard street. 
This society is also a beneficial one. Meets every 
Thursday evening for social purposes, and for busi- 
ness matters every Tuesday evening. Officers— 
R. Munk, President; E. Hartmann, Vice-Presi- 
dent; John Wehr, Corresponding Secretary; Max 
Aroldt, Recording Secretary; 0. Schrader, Treasurer; 
Trustees— R. Munk, E. Hartmann, Theodor Dierks, 
W. Fahrenkrug and E. Atzeroth. 

Golden State Amateur Press Association. 
Organized 1886. Object— To promote amateur writ- 
ing In California. Meets first and third Thursdays of 
each month. Rooms, 1916 Pierce street. Officers- 
Franklin C. Mortimer, President; William A. Day, 
Secretary; Walter Radius, Corresponding Secretary, 
1609!.^ Baker street. 

Half Million Club. Organized March, 1895. 
The object of the Half Million Club is to increase 
the population of San Francisco to a half million of 
people before the close of this decade, and to that 
end unite all the interests in San Francisco— manu- 
facturing, commercial, social, literary, moral— in ad- 
vancing the prosperity of our city, and with it the 
general prosperity of the State. We desire to create 
a sentiment that will tend to make San Francisco 
the pride of California and looked up to as the State 
of New York looks up to New York and Illinois to 
Chicago, and as each nation of the world esteems its 
metropolis. Civic pride is the great want of San 
Francisco, and, indeed, all California. Our resources 
are vast, and if we can unite our people in good will 
to develop them we can place our city, as she should 
be, among the first cities of the globe. Meets at 
the Chamber of Commerce, Merchants' Exchange 
Building and Mills Building. Henry J. Crocker, 
President; Alfred Bouvier, Secretary. 

Harmonie Club. Organized October 14, 1877. 
Club rooms, 421 Post street. It is organized for the 
purpose of Improving the social, moral and mental 
condition of its members. Officers— J. D. Abrams, 
President; Samuel Ickleheimer, Vice-President; E. 
R. Galland, Treasurer; J. M. Marcuse, Secretary. 
501 Front street. 

Harvard Club of San Francisco. Officers— 
G. B. Merrill, President; Frank Michaels, First Vice- 
President; Vanderlynn Stow, Second Vice-President; 
F. H. Wheelan, Secretary. Office, 224 California 
street. 



Hawthorne Society The. Location, fourth floor, 
T. M. C. A. Building. Dr. S. F. Long, President; J. 

C. Cullen, Secretary. 

Hermann's Sons.— Mannerbund. Location, 1716 
Mission street. Meets every Thursday evening. 

Howard Club. Pythian Castle, 909 Market street. 

Iroquois Club. Organized September 9, 1883. In- 
corporated April 20, 1886. Meets at Pythian Castle, 
909J^ Market street, every Friday. Object is to fur- 
.ther the interests of the Democratic Party and pro- 
mote social intercourse among its members. Charles 
Glldea, President ; A. D. Lemon, First Vice-President , 
T. J.Walsh, Second Vice-President; D. J. Gordon, 
Recording Secretary; A. D. Pratt, Financial Secre- 
tary; J. H. Zemansky, Corresponding Secretary; P. J. 
Thomas, Treasurer; Louis Metzger, Chairman Board 
of Trustees. 

Lincoln Gun Club. Meets second Friday of each 
month at 927 Mission street. E. Foster, Secretary. 

LoRiNG Club. This is the leading male voice 
singing society of San Francisco. It numbers 60 
voices and has 250 subscribing members. Rehearsals 
are held at Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street, every Mon- 
day evening. Four musical entertainments are given 
every season, beginning in May of each year. Officers 
—William Alvord, President; C. F. Crocker, Vice- 
President; W. C. Stadtfeld, Secretary; W. A. Muri- 
son. Treasurer; D. P. Hughes, Director. 

Manhattan Athletic Club. Organized Janu- 
ary, 1896. Over a hundred charter members have 
been enrolled. Instruction meetings are held every 
Monday and Friday evening at their hall, 1749 Mis- 
sion street. Charles Reno, President ; James Killeen, 
Secretary. 

Merchants' Club. A social organization com- 
posed principally of wholesale merchants. Organized 
January 28, 1887. Rooms, Mutual Life Building, 
Southeast corner California and Sansome streets. 
Officers- Wlllard B. Harrington, President; C. W. 
Cob urn, Vice-President; R. W. Gorrlll, Treasurer; 
W. E. Erzgraber, Secretary; E. D. Jones, Emil 
Greenebaum, Directors. 

Methodist Social Union of San Francisco. 
Office— 1037 Market street. Officers— Charles Goodall, 
President; Wm. Abbott, I, J. Truman and Robert 
McElroy, Vice-Presidents ; Bishop Daniel A. Goodsell, 

D. D., L. L. D., Rev. John Coyle, D. D., and the pas- 
tors of the City Methodist Episcopal Churches, 
Managers; Wm. F. Gibson, Secretary; C.B.Perkins, 
Treasurer. Meetings held at call of the President. 



N. D. G. W. 

Native Daughters of the Golden West. 
Grand Officers — Miss E. A. Spencer, Past Grand 
President, Eureka; Miss Mariana Bertola, Grand 
President, Martinez; Mrs. Mary Tillman, Grand Vice- 
President, San Francisco; Mrs. Georgle C. Ryan, 
Grand Secretary, San Francisco; Miss Inge Peter- 
sen, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Mrs, Alison 
F. Watt. Grand Marshal, Grass Valley; Miss Jose- 
phine Devoy, Grand Inside Sentinel, Eureka; Miss 
Margaret McKee, Grand Outside Sentinel. Liver- 
more. Grand Trustees— Mrs. Belle Conrad, Sonora; 
Miss Martha Hahmann, Santa Rosa; Mrs. Belle 
Douglass, Nevada City; Mrs. Helen Juarez, Napa; 
Mrs. Evelyn Anderson, San Francisco. There are 
nine parlors In San Francisco, as follows: 

Minerva No. 2. Meets first and third Mondays at 
Mission Parlor Hall. 

Alta No. 3. Meets Saturday evenings at Shasta 
Hall. 

Oro Fino No. 9. Meets Saturday evenings at 
Alcazar Building. 

Golden State No. 50. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at Druids' Hall. 

Orinda No. 56. Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days at Union Square Building. 

Fremont No. 59. Meets second and fourth Tues- 
days at Washington Hall. 

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 AVednes- 
days at Maennerbund Hall, Twenty-third street 
and Potrero Avenue. 

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Native Sons of the Golden West. Ofllce of 
the Grand Secretary, N. S. G. W. Building. 414 Mason 
street. Grand Parlor organized November 30, 1878. 

Grand Officers— Frank H.Dunne, Past Grand Presi- 
dent, Columbia Parlor No. 121, San Francisco; Henry 
C. Gesford, Grand President, Napa Parlor No. 62, 
Napa; George D. Clark, Grand Vice-President, Paci- 
fic Parlor No. 10, San Francisco; Henry Lunstedt, 
■ Grand Secretary, California Parlor No. i, San Fran- 
cisco; Henry S. Martin, Grand Treasurer, Stanford 
Parlor No. 76, San Francisco; William M. Conley, 
Grand Lecturer, Madera Parlor No. 130. Madera; 
Frank Matteson, Grand Orator, Santa Cruz Parlor 
No. 90, Santa Cruz; Wm. Henderson, Grand Marshal. 
Sacramento Parlor No. 3, Sacramento; C. O. Dunbar, 
Grand Inside Sentinel, Santa Rosa Parlor No. 28, 
Santa Rosa; Joseph D. Norris, Grand Outside Senti- 
nel, Centerville. 

Grand Trustees— J. B. Blake, San Luis Obispo; R. 
C. Rust, Jackson; Milton D. Garrett, San Francisco; 
Fi-ank L. Coombs, Napa; Frank Sablchi, Los An- 
geles; Rod W. Church, Oakland; P. E. Zabala, Sall- 



Califoknia Paklok No. 1. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at the Pioneer Building. 

Pacific Pakloe No. 10. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at the N. S. G. W. Building. 

Golden Gate Parlor No. 29. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at the Pioneer Building. 

Mission Parlor No. 38.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Mission Parlor Hall. 

San Franci.sco Parlor No. 49. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Bersaglleri Hall, 607 Union. 

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. 

Terra Buena Parlor No. 84. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Bay City Parlor No. 104. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Niantic Parlor No. 105. Meets everv Tuesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

National Parlor No. 118. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Columbia Parlor No. 121. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Hesperian Parlor No. 137. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Mission Parlor Hall. 

Aloatraz Parlor No. 145. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Alcalde Parlor No. 154. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

South San Fkancisco Parlor No. 157. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at F. & A. M. Hall. 

Sequoia Parlor No. 160. Meets every Monday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Precita Parlor No. 187. Meets every Friday 
evening at Maennerbund Hall, Twenty-fourth and 
Potrero avenue. 

Olympus Parlor No. 189. Meets every Thursday 
fvciiiiig at 310b Bakerstreet. 

i'KEsiDio Parlor No. 194. Meets everv Monday 
evening at Stelmke Hall, Octavia and Union streets. 



Nepi'une Swimming and Bathing Club. Or- 
ganized February 21, 1877. Number of members, 45. 
Boathouse foot of Leavenworth street. North Beach. 
Boats, three four-oar barges. Colors, blue and 
white. 

Norwegian Club. Organized November 20, 1394. 
Number of members, 150. Meets every Thursday at 
25 Tenth street. Olflcers— George Heinemann, Presi- 
dent; M. S. Moe, Secretary; Klaus Olsen, Treasurer. 

Occidental Club. Meets at 413 Stockton street. 
John McCarthy, President ; Thomas Dunn, First 
Vice-President; E.T.Mills, Second Vice-President; 
Joseph E. Baxter, Secretary. 



Old Friends. Organized May 15, 1864. Meets 
third Thursday nights of each month at 235 Kearny 
street, room 9. Objects— Promotion and cultiva- 
tion of friendship, social intercourse and mutual 
assistance. James A. Johnson, President; J. E. 
Slinkey, Secretary. 

Olympic Club. Location, .524 Post street. The 
largest and most complete organization of its char- 
acter in the world. Membership, 2500 adults and 256 
.iuveniles. Large classes of ladies attend its gym- 
nasium for athletic training. The building erected 
by the club contains a magnificent swimming tank, 
and the parlors, halls, and various apartments are 
modern and beautiful in all their appointments. The 
club has extensive exercising grounds, with suitable 
special features and appliances, near Golden Gate 
Park. The Directors meet every Wednesday night. 
Officers- President, F. W. Eaton; Vice-President, 
G. A. Newhall; Secretary, C. J. Bosworth; Treas- 
urer, H. B. Russ; Leader, E. N. Short; Captain, L. 
Gill. Directors— J. O'B. Gunn, J. P. Kelly, L. D. 
Owens, H. H. White, G. H. Umbsen. 

Pacific Athletic Association. Western Divi- 
sion of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United 
States. William F. Humphrey, President. Board of 
Managers meets second Friday of each month at 
Olympic Club. 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons of 
Vermont. Organized January 6, 1879. Number of 
members about three hundred. Meets on the second 
Friday of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Objects- 
Social and beneficial. Officers- Frank Dillingham, 
President; Geo. Partridge, Dr. J. Townsend and B. 
B. Carpenter, Vice-Presidents; S. G. Cheever, Record- 
ing Secretary; R. A. Jewell, Treasurer. 

Pacific Coast Pigeon Society. Meets first 
Saturday evening of each month at 632 Market 
street. H. F. Whitman, Secretary. 

Pacific Kennel Club. Organized, 1886. Loca- 
tlon— 21 Kearny street. Object— To improve the 
various breeds of dogs in California, by having their 
owners exhibit them in friendly contest for prizes 
givcD upon mferlts as to points of excellence. Of- 
flcers— Hyppolite Bier, President; Horace Orear, Cor- 
responding Secretary; C. A. Haight, Financial Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. 

Pacific-Union Club. Organized February 1, 
1889, by the consolidation of the Pacific and the Union 
clubs. Location— Northwest corner Post and Stock- 
ton streets. It is one of the noted and exclusive 
clubs of San Francisco; elegant in its appointments, 
luxurious in Its accommodations; and is provided 
with an excellent library, as well as with all current 
literature of unexceptionable features. Officers- 
Joseph B. Crockett, President; Charles Webb How- 
ard, Vice-President; Henry J. Crocker, Secretary; 
James D. Phelan, Treasurer. 

Pacific Yacht Club. Organized June 28, 1878; 
reorganized Nov. 12, 1891. Number of members, 400. 
Meets second Wednesday in November each year at 
Palace Hotel. Club house at Sausalito. Officers — 
I. Gutte, Commodore; C. Morrell, Vice-Commodore; 
W. L. Sutherland, Fleet Captain ; Chas. B. Hill. 
Secretary; A. Kanzee, Financial Secretary; J. T. 
Bounell, Treasurer. The above are the entire Board 
of Directors. Secretary's address. Merchants' Ex- 
change. 

Press Club of San Francisco. Location, Thur- 
low Block, corner Kearny and Sutter streets. Offi- 
cers— Casslus M. Coe, President; J. C. Donald, Fi- 
nancial Secretary; Fred S. Myrtle, Recording Sec- 
retary. 

San Francisco Bar Association. Organized 
April 20, 1872. Location, 530 California street. Ob- 
jects—To maintain the honor and dignity of the pro- 
fession of the law; to increase its usefulness in 
promoting the due anminlstration of justice; to cul- 
tivate social Intercourse among its members, and to 
procure and maintain a library for their use. Meets 
second Saturday of each month. Annual meeting, 
second Saturday of January. Officers- Robert Y. 
Hayne, President; W. H. Fifield, Sr., First Vice- 
President; E. B. Holladay, Recording Secretary; 
Warren Gregory, Corresponding Secretary; John M. 
Burnett, Treasurer. 

San Francisco Golf Club. Meetings are held 
at Club House, First avenue, near Presidio Reser- 
vation. Executive Committee— Harry Babcock, 306 
California street; John Lawson, 316 California 
street, and Charles Page, Mills Buildini?. 



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San Fkancisco Grutli-Vekbin. Organized Sep- 
tember, 1874. Objects— Cultivation of music, social 
entertainments, and to assist its members In sickness. 
Meets at 421 Post street (Union Square Hall). Num- 
ber of members, about 300. Charles Mueller, Secre- 
tary, 421 Post street. 

San Feancisco Maknneechoe. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Turn Vereln Hall, 323 Turk street. 
Officers— H. Planz, President; Henry Bobslen, Vice- 
President; W. Schilling, Treasurer; H. Fortrlede, 
Secretary; F. W. Dulfer, Librarian. 

San Francisco Scottish Thistle Club. Organ- 
ized March 18, 1882. Incorporated October 27, 1887. 
Meets at Fraternity Hall, 32 0'Farrell street, the sec- 
ond and fourth Thursday evenings of each month. 
Objects — To preserve and cultivate memories of 
Scotland; to promote among Scotchmen an active 
practice of the exercises of their ancestors In all ath- 
letic sports. Including dancing; and to stimulate 
their study of Scottish history and literature and 
minstrelsy. The membership is large, and the an- 
nual gatherings are notable and characteristic. Offi- 
<;ers— John D. Coulle, Koyal Chief; William Daw- 
son. Chieftain; John Ross, Treasurer; George W. 
Paterson, Recorder; James Gillies, Financial Secre- 
tary; J. Irvine, Sergeant-at-Arms; Alexander 
Young, Property Man. Trustees— W. "W. Noble, J. 
Lawrence and Alexander Eennie. 

San Francisco Turn Verein. San Francisco 
Turn Vereln organized 1852. Hall at 323 Turk street. 
Stated meetings, first and third Wednesdays of each 
month, at 8:30 p. M. Number of members, about 
four hundred, of which forty are attached to the 
vocal section, F. Fischer, Director; and sev- 
■enty-slx to the rifle section, F. Attlnger, Cap- 
tain. There is also a school for boys and girls 
from seven to fourteen years, numbering about four 
hundred, Robert Barth, instructor. Social meetings 
for members and friends every last Wednesday of 
each month. An entertainment and dance is given 
on the first Sunday of each month. A relief society 
for sick members is attached to the society, num- 
bering about two hundred. Oflicers— G. A. Trost, 
President; R. Mueller, Vice-President; H.Dunck, Re- 
■cording Secretary; Hermann Stehlin, Corresponding 
Secretary; H. Planz, Treasurer; H. Stelber, Finan- 
cial Treasurer; M. Arnold, Librarian; H. Bergman, 
Assistant Librarian; Robert Barth, Instructor; J. 
Hoops, first leader; L. Frank, second leader. 

San Francisco Verein. Incorporated Octo- 
ber 2, 1853. Number of members, two hundred 
and fifty-seven. Reading room Is supplied with an 
abundance of different newspapers, and all the cur- 
rent magazines and periodicals. Library numbers 
about twenty thousand volumes. Location, north- 
east corner Post and Leavenworth streets. Officers. 
M. Ehrman, President; Adolph Mack, First Vice- 
President; S. W. Saalburg, Second Vice-President; 
A. W. Myer, Recording Secretary; William L. 
Gerstle, Financial Secretary; Bert R. Hecht, Treas- 
urer; Arthur Bachman, Librarian. 

S. F. Whist Club. Club rooms, 826 Post street. 
George E. Bates, President; W. F. Blehdon, Secre- 
tary. 

San Francisco Yacht Club. Meets in Sausallto. 
Objects — The encouragment of yachting, and to assist 
in making members proficient in the science of 
navigating, designing, building and sailing of 
yachts. I. Gutte, Commodore; C. H. Morrell, Vice- 
Commodore; W. L. Sutherland, Fleet Captain; <". B. 
Hill. Recording Secretary; E. Kenzie, Financial Sec- 
retary; H. H. Jenuess, Measurer. 

SoHLESwiG-HoLSTEiN Verbin. Mccts the first 
and third Thursdays of each month, Washington 
Hall, 35 Eddy street. Officers— Louis Hlnk, Presi- 
dent; John Schleeman,' Vice-President; Albert 
Fischer, Recording Secretary; M.H. Stamer, Finan- 
cial Secretary; W. Tollner, Treasurer. 

Scotch-Irish Society. Meets at Foresters' Bull.i 
ing, 102 O'Farrell street. F. W. D'Evelyn, M. D., 
President; Thomas Whyte, Secretary. 

Society of California Pioneers. Organized 
August, 1850. Location Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth 
street. A society of dignity and character too well- 
known to require comment. Qualifications for 
membership: To the first class, all who were resi- 
dents of California prior to the first day of January, 
1849; and the male descendants of all such, who 
were members, shall be eligible. To the second 
class, all who were residents of California prior to 
the first day in January, 1850; and the male descend- 
ants of all such, who were members, shall be eli- 
gible. Honorary members may be admitted without 
these qualifications, but such persons only as have 



rendered distinguished or Important services to the 
society or to the State; and no person shall be 
elected an honorary member who has not at some 
time resided within this State; and such person 
shall be entitled to all the privileges of the society, 
except the right to vote and hold office. Officers— 
H. N. Tllden, President; Niles Searles, San Fran- 
cisco, H. E. Hlghton, San Francisco, Caius T. 
Rvland, Santa Clara; T. L Barker, Oakland; 
H". H. Ellis, Sunol, Vice-Presidents; John D. Tal- 
laut. Treasurer; John I. Spear, Secretary; John 
F.Plnkham, Marshal; Christian Reis, H. N. Tllden, 
John H. Jewett, H. B. Russ, E. M. Root, D. D. Harris, 
E. T. Kruse, C. J. King, Charles C. Moore and Leon 
Sloss, Directors. 

Society of California Volunteers. Organ- 
ized December 2, 1865. Meets at Occidental Hotel, 
quarterly, on the 25th of January, April, July and 
October. Society composed of those who served In 
the California Volunteers, U. S. A. Officers- Ly- 
sander Washburn, President; H. L. Tlckner, First 
Vice-President; L.N. Tower, Second Vice-President; 
John C. Innes, Recording Secretary; J. L. Homer, 
Corresponding Secretary; C. W. Gordon, Treasurer. 

Society of True Friends. Organized June 8, 
1885. Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month 
at Concord Hall, Alcazar Building. Officers— F. D. 
Brandon, President; T. R. Tilly, Secretary. 

Society San Francisco Letter Carriers' Band. 
Meets Wednesday evenings at Teutonla Hall. D.O. 
Dougherty, President; J. C. Levy, Secretary. 

St. George's Club The. Organized November 
1, 1893, and is composed of the members of the 
Order, Sons of St. George of this city, and such 
other eligible Englishmen as contribute to its 
funds In accordance with its by-laws. The build- 
ing Is comfortably furnished and comprises a large 
assembly and dance hall, lodge room, parlors, 
billiard room, reading room, refreshment room and 
Secretary's offices. The following lodges are con- 
nected with it and hold their meetings weekly in the 
lodge room: 

Officers— T. W. Butcher, President; Edward Oliver, 
Secretary. 

BuRNABY Lodge No. 194. Meets Saturday even- 
ing. W. L. Chamberlain, Secretary, residence 23 
Stanly Place. 

London Lodge No. 215. Meets Tuesday evening. 
H. Carles, Secretary. 

Pickwick Lodge No. 259. Meets Monday even- 
ing. Thomas Poyser, Secretary. 

Britannia Lodge No. 7. Daughter.'? of St. 
George. Meets Thursday evening. Mrs. Williams, 
Secretary. 

Theatrical Mechanics' Association. San 
Francisco Lodge, No. 21, meets on the last Thursday 
of every month at Alcazar Building, room 2. Presi- 
dent, Max Fogel; Vice-President, William Wharf; 
Financial Secretary, Stephen Ryan; Recording Sec- 
retary, Frank Ralston; Treasurer, James F. Blakle: 
Marshal, George Prentiss; Sergeant-at-Arms, James 
Forbes. 

State Floral Society. Organized September, 
1888. Location— Maple Hall, Palace Hotel. Object- 
Promotion of science and practice of floriculture In 
all its branches. Meets second Friday of each month 
at 2 P.M. Officers— E. J. Wickson, Berkeley; Presi- 
dent; E. S. Smith, Secretary, Palo Alto; John Hen- 
derson, Treasurer. 

Swiss Rifle Club. Organized September 1, I860- 
Meets at 627 Commercial street. Objects— Social in" 
tercourse and target practice. Oflicers— P. A. Gian" 
ninl, President; A. A. Borlini, Secretary; Alfred 
Celller, Vice-President and Treasurer; Julius 
Leeman, Shooting Master. 

Theta Iota Pi. Organized May 9, 1894. Objects— 
To promote social interests among the members and 
their friends. Club rooms, 103 Devlsadero street. 
Meets every Saturday evening. Officers: Hugo 
Herzer. President; Ernest J. Cross, Treasurer; C. A. 
Cross, Secretary. 

Union League Club The. A social and political 
organization. The leading Republican club of the 
Pacific Coast with a very large and prominent mem- 
bership extending throughout California and adjoin- 
ing States. George Stone, President; C. M. Short- 
ridge, First Vice-President; Dan T. Cole, second 
Vice-President; George H. Plppy, Secretary; Charles 
G. Clinch, Treasurer. 

Union Square Club. Object— The moral and 
mental improvement of its members and the culti- 
vation of social Intercourse. Receptions in Pioneer 



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Hall on the last Friday evening of the month. E. O. 
Reiser, President; G. L. Bresse, Secretary. Office, 
108 Montgomery street. 

Univeksitt Club. Organized in 1890. Number 
of members, 420. Club rooms, 722 Sutter street. 
Frank J. Symmes, President; M. F. Michael. First 
Vice-President; James E. Tucker,Second Vice- 
President; J. S. Severance, Secretary and Treasurer. 

VeTEKAN VOLTJNTEEK FlKEilEN'S ASSOCIATION OF 

California. Meets at 24 Fourth street on the sec- 
ond Tuesday of each month. It is for the purpose of 
keeping together the veteran firemen. Joseph S. 
Marshall, President; Stephen Bunner, First Vice- 
President; George Carlisle, Second Vice-President; 
William H. Miller, Third Vice-President; W. A. 
Scolly, Recording Secretary; W. Fahrenkrug. 
Treasurer; Gus. Pohlmann, Financial Secretary. 
Board of Directors— John Foley, Ala Harris, William 
Raubinger, Frank Terramorse, Thomas Cornell. 
Trustees— Frederick Will, H. J. Burns, Richard Har- 
rold; John C. Carroll, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Veteran Odd Fellows' Association. Organ- 
ized, April, 1877. Odd Fellows of twenty years stand- 
ing eligible to membership. Object— The keeping 
up of old association, the promotion of the Interests 
of the Order and the encouragement of veteran 
workers to continue their efforts in the fraternity. 
E. H. Black, President; William H. Barnes, Sec- 
retary, I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Veterans or the California Hundred and 
Battalion. Organized May 1, 1866. Office— 422 
California street. Number of members originally, 
182, comprising the survivors of the 500 men who 
served in the 2d Massachusetts Cavalry, as members 
of the California Hundred and California Cavalry 
Battalion, at their discharge in August, 1865. Holds 
an annual reunion on April 9th, each year, the anni- 
versary of Lee's surrender. Officers— C.Mason Kinne, 
President; W.A.Robinson, Secretary; D.W.Thomp- 
son, Treasurer. 

Yale Alumni Association or California. 
Meetings are held in the months of November 
and May; the annual dinner is given in Novem- 
ber. There is no special place of meeting. The 
object is to bring together the graduates of Tale 
University. Officers — Thomas R. Bacon, President; 
Charles D. Page, First Vice-President; George 
D. Metcalf, Second Vice-President; William B. 
Bosley, Secretary; Wallace Alexander, Treasurer. 
Executive Committee — Edward L. Brayton and 
Samuel Knight. 

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TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

■ Instituted in California February 22, 1855, by the 
organization of Pacific Lodge No. 1. Organized in 
New York, 1851. The order takes an advanced posi- 
tion on all questions allied to temperance reform. Its 
fundamental principles are truth, rectitude, virtue 
and sobriety; total abstinence from all intoxicating 
drinks as a beverage; no license in any form or un- 
der any circumstances for the sale of such liquors 
to be used as a beverage; the prohibition of the 
manufacture, importation and sale of intoxicating 
liquors, expressed by the will of the people, and 
embodied in just laws; the creation of a healthy 
public opinion upon the subject; persistence in all 
well-directed and humane efforts to reclaim the 
fallen, and save others from falling victims. There 
are in this city four Bands of Hope, and the follow- 
ing-named lodges: 

I Father Matthew Total Abstinence and 
Benevolent Society No. 1. Organized May, 1869. 
Number of members, .300. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings of each month at 121 Eddy 
street. 

District Lod&e No. 5. L. C. Merrill, D. C. T., 
address Presidio, S. F.; Frank W. Carpenter, S. F., 
1926 Market street. 

Evening Star Lodge No. 114. Organized Janu- 
ary 14, 1864. Meets at 927 Mission street every 
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. 

International Lodge No. 291. Organized No- 
vember 7, 1867. Meets in Mozart Hall, 1358 Market 
street, every Monday evening, at 8 o'clock. 



:, Manhem Lodge No. 363 (Swedish). Organized 
September 26, 1891. Meets in Pythian Castle, 909!^ 
Market street near Fifth, every Saturday evening, at 
8 o'clock. 

Model Lodge No. 306. Organized February 14, 
1894. Meets in Twin Peaks Hall, corner Seventeenth 
and Noe streets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. 

Spring Vallet Lodge No. 314. Organized April 
14, 1880. Meets in Steimke's Hall, Octavla street, 
near Union, every Wednesday evening in each 
month at 8 o'clock. 

Valley Lodge No. 293. Organized May 13, 1879. 
Meets at 927 Mission street every Tuesday evening 
at 8 o'clock. 

League of the Cross or the Archdiocese of 
San Francisco Organized throughout the several 
parishes of this city by Right Rev. George Mont- 
gomery (then Chancellor of the Archdiocese) in 
1890 and 1891 ; comprises six senior and twenty junior 
branches, having in all a membership of 6,500. Its 
objects are to encourage temperance and total ab- 
stinence among Catholic men and boys. The mem- 
bers of the junior branches are pledged to total ab- 
stinence until reaching the age of twenty-one. The 
members of tlie senior branches are of two classes: 
First, those who are pledged to total abstinence, and 
second, those who while not pledged to total ab- 
stinence promise " not to drink in a saloon or place 
where liquors are sold, never to send a child to such 
a place ; not to treat or be treated therein, and to 
discourage the custom of drinking in saloons. The 
government Is vested in the Executive Committee, 
consisting of the Most Revered Archbishop, the 
Spiritual Director and two representatives from 
each parish. The officers are Rev. P. O'Ryan, Di- 
rector, 529 Clay street; Thomas H. Fallon, Presi- 
dent; A. B. Maguire, Vice-President, and David I. 
Mahoney and John D. Mahoney, Secretaries. 

BANDS OF HOPE. 

The following Bands of Hope are maintained by 
the I. O. Goofi Templars, viz: 

District Superintendent of Juvenile Work, Mrs- 
Sarah W. Kerrigan, 20 Willow avenue. 

Western Star Band No. 135. Meets at the First 
Presbyterian Church, corner Van Ness avenue and 
Sacramento street every Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Su- 
perintendent, Miss Lottie Graeber, 2121 Fillmore 
street. 

Epworth Band No. 236. Meets on first Sunday 
in every month at 2:30 p. m. In the Epworth M. E. 
Church, corner of Twenty-sixth and Church streets. 
Superintendent, Mrs. S. F. Favor, 417 Twenty-eighth 
street. 

Winchester Band. Meets quarterly at the Pro- 
testant Orphan Asylum on Haight street, between 
Laguna and Buchanan. Superintendent, H. P. 
Shedd, 226 Collingwood street. 

Golden Gate Band No. 175. Meets every Sun- 
day at 3 p. M. at First Baptist Church on Eddy street, 
lietween Jones and Leavenworth. Superintendent, 
Miss Flossie Collins, smii McAllister street. 



LODGE OF GOLDEN LINES. 

Walter Gilman Hanke, Most Eminent Commander; 
Daniel Crowley, Associate Commander; George 
Kuehn, Treasurer; William Harry Homer Jr., Secre- 
tary; Ed Trewin, Prelate; William G. Badger, 
Patriarch; George W. Caswell, Associate Patriarch; 
John N. Egleston, Outside Guardian. Meetings held 
every Sunday afternoon at Foresters' Hall, 102O'Far- 
rell street, at 3 o'clock. The object of the society is 
to induce boys to become thoroughly free from the 
use of liquor, tobacco, gambling and profanity. 

MARINE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

Organized in 1866. Meetfngs are held at the 
Mariners' Church, corner of Sacramento and Drumm 
streets, on the second Tuesday of every month at 
7:30 p. m. Rev. Joseph Rowell, President; Miss 
S. M. N. Cummings, Secretary. 

Sailor's Woman's Christian Temperance So- 
ciety. Holds gospel temperance meetings last 
Tuesday of each month at northeast corner of Sac- 
ramento and Drumm streets. 

St. Mary's C. T. A. and B. Association. Meets 
second Sunday of each month In basement of St. 
Mary's Church (Old Cathedral). 



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WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE 
UNION. 

Location, 132 McAllister street. The objects of this 
thoroughly organized, energetic and widely useful 
society, conducted entirely by women, are well 
known; and the work It has accomplished Is a great 
one, while the promise of Its future serves to encour- 
age the hope of yet greater. State Officers— Mrs. B. 
Sturtevant-Peet. President, San Jose; Mrs. E. G. 
Greene, First- Vice President, Santa Cruz: Mrs. S. J. 
Churchill, Second Vice-President, San Jose; Mrs. 
Dorcas J. Spencer, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Henri- 
etta E. Brown, Corresponding Secretary, 132 McAllis- 
ter street, San Francisco; Mrs. Emily Hoppln, Treas- 
urer, Tolo; Mrs. M. A. Coughlan, Auditor, Sacra- 
mento; Mrs. Ada Van Pelt, Editor of the "Pacific 
Ensign," 762 Thirteenth street, Oakland. 

Central. Organized 1879. Membership, 64. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays at 132 McAllister 
street. Officers— Mrs. H. H. Luse, President; Mrs S. 
B. McCoy, Recording Secretary; Mrs. F. S. Vaslit, 
Corresponding Secretary; Dr. Mary Palm, Treasurer. 

First Baptist Church. Organized 1894. Mem- 
bership, 20. Meets third Tuesday at the First Baptist 
Church. Officers— Mrs. S. W. Kerrigan, President; 
Mrs. Hodgen. Secretary; Mrs. Lewln, Treasurer. 

Third Congregational CnrROH. Organized 1894. 
Membership, 61. Meets fourth Friday at Third Con- 
gregational Church. Officers— Mrs. C. B. Williams, 
President; Mrs. Inez Fredericks, Recording Secre- 
tary; Mrs. A. H. Kress, Corresponding Secretary; 
Mrs. E. L. Howard, Treasurer. 

Northern. Organized 1886. Membership, 7. 
Meets first Thursday in month. Officers— Miss S. M. 
N. Cummings, President; Miss G. E. Barber, Secre- 
tary; Mrs. M. E. Dewing, Treasurer. 

Westminster Pkesbyteeian Church. Organ- 
ized 1895. Membership, 22. Meetings third Thurs- 
days in Westminster Presbyterian Church. Officers 
—Mrs. D. J. Spencer, President; M. J, L. Dunn, Sec- 
retary; Mrs. C. Adams, Treasurer. 

Frances Williard. Organized 1895. Member- 
ship, 20. Mrs. Annie L. Barry, President; Mrs. A. L. 
Jenness, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Shehan, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Mrs. Moor, Treasure. 

Central M. E. Church. Organized 1895. Mem- 
bership, 16. Mrs. Samuel Fear, President; Miss F 
E. Colby Recording Secretary; Miss E. E. Stan- 
bridge, Correspondnig Secretary; Miss Lida Coch- 
rane, Treasurer. 



THEATRES AND RESORTS. 

THEATRES. 

Auditorium, Northeast corner Jones and Eddy. 
Baldwin, 934 Market. 
Bella Union, 805 Kearny. 
Bush Street, 323 Bush. 

California, Bush, between Kearny and Grant Av. 
Chinese, 814 Washington. 
Columbia, 11 Powell. 
Cremorne, 771 Market. 
Grove Street, Grove, near Polk. 
Grovek's Alcazar, 116 O'Farrell. 
MoRosco's Grand Opera House, Mission near 
Third. 
Orpheum The, 119 O'Farrell. 
Standard, 320 Bush. 
TivoLi Opera House, 28-32 Eddy. 

RESORTS. 

Bay District Race Course, Fifth avenue, 
near D. 

Central Park, southeast corner Market and 
Eighth. 

Cliff House and Seal Rocks, termination of 
Point Lobos avenue, six miles west of City Hall. 

Golden Gate Park, between D and H, from 
Stanyan west to the ocean. 

Harbor View Park, Jefferson, near Baker. 

INGLESIDE Race Track, Ocean avenue, near 
Ingleside House 

Museum of Academy of Sciences, 819 Market. 

Olympic Club Grounds, corner Seventh avenue 
and I. 

Shoot the Chutes, Haight, between Clayton and 
Cole. 

SuTRO Baths, Point Lobos avenue, near Cliff 
House. 

SuTRO Heights, Point Lobos avenue, between 
Forty-eighth avenue and the ocean. 

Telegraph Hill Observatory, corner Green- 
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EXPUA NATIONS. 

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 the even numbers are on the right-hand side, and the odd numbers on the left, starting 
from the point of beginning. 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 slde*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 n6t 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; (e), 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 Road, 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 Old San Jose Road, near County Line; Clarendon Heights, north of Twentieth Street, between 
Lincoln Avenue and San Miguel Rancho; College Homestead, east of County Road and north of Silver Avenue; 
Excelsior Homestead, southeast of Mission Road, near County Line; Fair Tract, south of Cortland Avenue 
and east of Mission; Falrmount Tract, south of Thirtieth Street and east of Mission Street; Flint Tract, west 
of Castro Street, between Waller and Seventeenth; Heyman Tract, west of Douglass, between Twenty- 
second and Elizabeth Streets; 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, 6i4 miles southwest of City Hall; 
Lake View, west of Old San Jose Road, from Ocean Avenue south to Railroad Homestead; Mission and 
Thirtieth Streets' Extension Homestead, near intersection of Old San Jose Road and Castro Street; Paul 
Tract, between San Bruno and Railroad Avenues, near County Line; Presidio Reservation, west of Lyon, and 
north of Lake Street to the bay and ocean; Railroad Homestead, northwest of Old San Jose Road, 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 Old San Jose Road and Ocean Avenue; 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 Avenue to the County Line and the bay; Spring Valley Home- 
stead, west of Mission Road, near Silver Avenue; Stanford Heights Tract, west of Bellevue Street, from 
Twenty-flfth south to Thirty-first Street; Sunny Dale Tract, west of San Bruno Avenue, near the County 
Line; Sunny Side, west of Old San Jose Road, between San'MIguel Rancho and Ocean Avenue; Sutro 
Heights, south of Point Lobos Avenue, between Forty-eighth Avenue and the ocean; University Homestead, 
west of San Bruno Avenue, between Silver Avenue and Visltacion Valley; Visitaclon Valley, between San 
Bruno Avenue and Mission Road, n<;ar County Line; West End Homestead, north and south side of County 
Line, near Mission Road; West End Tract, between Old San Jose and Mission Roads 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 difficult 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 a recent order of the Board of Supervisors has Increased the confusion 
heretofore prevailing, and necessitated the renumbering of several streets throughout their entire length. 
Up to the present time a few numbers have here and there been changed, but on a majority of the buildings 
the old numbers still remain. 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 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 Charies 

Acadia (Sunny Side), from 
Mangels Av S to Circular Av 

Accacia, W of Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel Station 

Acorn Alley, from W s Leav- 
enworth bet California and 
Sacramento 

Acton (West End Home- 
stead), from Mission Road nr 
County Line 

Ada Alley, from Ada Court nr 
O'FaiTUl 

Ada Court, from N s O'Farrell 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 



Adair, from N 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 Bemis 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 



Alleen Avenue, from N s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores 

Alabama, from Channel bet 

Florida and Harrison S to 
Esmeralda Av 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Channel 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 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flfth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 1500 1501 



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Alameda, from junction Berry 
and Eighth, W to Harrison 

Alamo Square, bet Steiner, 
Scott, Hayes and Fulton 

Alaska (South S. F.), from 
the bay S to India Basin 

Alaska Place, fromW s Mason 
bet Bay and Korth Point 

Albany (Flint Tract), from 
Flint W to Masonic Av 

Albert, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Albert Alley, from E 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 
Islals Creek S to Hecker 

Alder Alley, from S s Twenty- 
first 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 I, ^T %V of Mission Road, 
from Tlngley S W 

Alger Place, from E s First 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Algeria (South S. F.), see 
Eighteenth Av South 

Alice, from S s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Alice Alley, from N s Post bet 
Tavlor and .Jones 

Alleghany (South S. F.), see 

A South 
Allen, from W s Hyde bet 

Union and Filbert 
AUen (Bernal Heights), see 

Bronte 
AUen (Visitacion Valley), see 

Rutland 
Allison Avenue, from Mission 

Road nr County Line 
Alma Avenue, from Cole nr 

Grattan, W to Stanyan 
Alpine (late Emma), from S 
s Thirteenth W of Castro, S 
to Fourteenth 
Alta, from W s Sansome bet 

Union and Filbert W 
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 (o (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church (c; (o 

Sanchez 400 401 

Xoe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Eureka 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue .... 900 901 

View Avenue (e) (e) 

Amador (South S. F.), from 
the bay S of Islals to First 
Av South 
Amazon (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Mission Eoad 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 Tale 
Amity Alley, from S s Chest- 
nut bet Mason and Taylor 
Anderson (Bernal Heights), 
from S s Esmeralda Av bet 
Ellsworth and Moultrie 



Andover Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from S s Esmeralda 

Av W of Moultrie 
Angelica, from S Nineteenth 

bet Valencia and Guerrero 
Ankeny Place, from E s 

Powell bet Sutter and Bush 
Anna, see Glasgow 
Annie, from S s Market bet 

New 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 Islals Creek 
Arago, N W of Old San Jose 

Koad, from Paulding S W to 

Havelock 
Arch (City Land Ass'n Tract) , 

W of Old San Jose Koad nr 

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 Old San Jose Road nr 

Charles, S W to Roanoake 

Arlington Avenue (Lake 

View), from Ocean Av S to 
Lake View Av 
Army, from the bay nr Marin, 

W to Fowler Av 
Ash Avenue, from W s Larkin 
bet Fulton and McAllister, W 
to Buchanan 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Xess Avenue .... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

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 

Astor, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Athens (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W to 
Amazon 
Attridge Alley, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Atwater, from E s Larkin 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Auburn, from N s Jackson 
bet Mason and Taylor, N to 
Pacific 
August AUey, from N s Green 
liet Powell and Mason, N to 
Union 
Augusta, from E s San Bruno 
Av nr Silver Av 

Austin Avenue, from w s 

Larkin bet Bush and Pine, W 

to Octavla 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla (ej (e) 

Avery, from N s Geary bet 

Fillmore and Steiner, N to 

Post 



Avoca, from Douglass bet 
Thirty-flrst 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 (Sunny Side), from 

Mangels Av S to Circular Av 
Badger (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission Road nr 

Silver Av 
Bagley Place, from N s 

O'Farrell bet Grant Av and 

Stockton 
Bahama (South S. F.), see 

Eighth Av South 
Baker, from N s Haight bet 

Broderlck and Lyon, N to the 

bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Haight 2 1 

Page 100 101 

Oak 200 (o) 

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 l.SOO 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1.500 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 

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 3300 3301 

North Point 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 San Bruno Av nr Islals 

Creek 

Baldwin Court, from N s 
Folsom bet Fremont and 
First 

Ballance, 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 

Baltimore Park, from W s 

Guerrero bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth, W to Dolores 
Banks (Bernal Heights), from 
Esmeralda Av bet Prentiss 
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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 
Bameveld 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 Sts. 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 (Fairmount Tract), 

see Harper 
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 Sts. E. W. 

Market and Bush 2 1 

Pine 100 101 

California 200 201 

Eichmond 

Halleck 

Sacramento 300 301 

Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 501 

Oregon 

Jackson 600 601 

Pacific 700 701 

Chambers 

Broadway 800 801 

Vallejo 900 901 

Green 1000 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1100 1101 

Filbert 1200 1201 

Greenwich 1300 1301 

Lombard (o) 1401 

Bauer (Academy Tract) , from 
N Ws Mission Road nr Norton 
Bay, from the hay bet Fran- 
cisco and Korth 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 

Octavla (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 

Broderlck 2300 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon (e) lo 

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 
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 300 301 

Beale Place — 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 (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 S s Taylor 
bet Post and Sutter 

Bedford Place, from N s Jack- 
son bet Stockton and Powell 

Beethoven, W of Old San Jose 
Road 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 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Pine 

Belgrave Avenue (Clarendon 
Heights), from Lincoln Av, 
W to San Miguel Rancho 

Bellair Place, from N s Chest- 
nut bet Dupont and Stockton, 
N to Francisco 

Bellevue, from Elizabeth W 
of Hoffman Av, S to Thirty- 
first 

Bellevue Avenue, from s s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and 

Stockton 

Bellevue Avenue, S E of 

Mission Road nr County Line 
Belmont Avenue, from Wood- 
land Av X 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 .iunction North Av and 

Lincoln S to Cortland Av 
Benton Avenue (Bernal Heights), 

from W s Andover Av S of 

Crescent Av 
Bepler, from Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Bergen Alley, from W s Hyde 

bet Bay and North Point 
Berkeley Avenue (now Treat 

Avi. from Precita Place bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Berkshire, nr intersection 

Old San Jose Road and Castro 
Berlin (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av bet 

Girard and Goettingen 
Bermuda (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-fourth Av South 
Bemadotte, E of San Bruno 

Av nr Ish.is Creek 
Bemal (now Shotwell), from 

Twenty-sixth nr Howard, S 

to Precita Av 



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Bemal Avenue iBemal Heights) 
from Coso Av nr California 
Av, E to Shotwell 
Bernard, from W s Taylor 
bet Pacific and Broadway, 
W to Leavenworth 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Taylor 2 1 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth (e) (e) 

Bemice, from S s Twelfth bet 

Folsom and Harrison, S W to 

Th irteenth 

Berry, from the bay bet King 

and Channel, S W to Eighth 

Cross Sts. N. s. 

Second 2 1 

Hammond Place — 

Third 100 101 

Madden — 

Haggln — 

Tevis — 

Dewey — 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth :300 301 

Sixth 400 401 

Seventh 50O 501 

Channel 

Eighth le) (e) 

Berry Place (late Martin), 
from E s Grant Av bet Sutter 
and Bush 
Bigelow, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Biggs, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Billings Place, from N s 
Filbert bet Sansome and 
Montgomery 
Birch Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kin bet Grove and Fulton, W 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan TOO 701 

Bismarck, from Old San Jose 

Koad nr County Line 
Blackstone, from Franklin 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Blaine (Bernal Heights, now 
Eugenia Avi, from Prentiss 
nr Cortland Av, W to North 
Av 
Blake (late Ferrie), from 
Point Lobos Av bet Collins 
and Cook 
Blanche Alley, from Twenty- 
third bet Church and Sanchez 
BlUXOme, from W s Fourth 
bet Brannan and Townsend, 
W to Sixth 
Boardman, 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 (now Dehon), from S s 
Sixteenth bet Church and 
Sanchez, S to Seventeenth 
Bond Alley, from S s Green- 
wich bet Stockton and Powell 
Bone Alley, see Green Place 
Bonita, from W s Polk bet 
Vallejo and Green, W to Van 
Ness Av 
Boston Place, from W s First 

iiet Folsom and Harrison 
Bosworth, from W s Mission 

Road S of Crescent Av 
Bourbon, E of San Bruno Av 
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Bourbon Place, from N s 
Eddy tiet Steiner and Pierce, 
N to Ellis 

Bourne, E of San Bruno Av 
nr ItJlais Creek 

Boutwell (South S. F.), from 
Islals Creek, S to Augusta 

BowdOin (University Home- 
stead), from S s Silver Av W 
of Hamilton 

Bower Place, from S s Green 
bet Dupiint and Stockton 

Bowie Avenue, from E s 
Eleventh bet Howard and 
Folsom 
Bowles Place (now Tonning- 
sen Place), from N s Howard 
bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Boyce, from Point Lobos Av 

bet Cook and Williamson 
Boyd, from Chesley bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 
Boylston, from N s Silver Av 

W of Merrill 
Bradford (Bernal Heights), 
from f^smeralda Av E of Car- 
ver, S to Powhattan 
Brady, from S s Market bet 
Potter and Valencia, S E to 
West Mission 
Brady Place, see Rockland 
Brannan, from the bay bet 
Bryant and Townsend, S W 
to Channel 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Beale 2 1 

Fremont 100 101 

First 200 201 

Dover 

Japan 

Second 300 301 

Stanford 

Thompson Avenue. . . 

Third 400 401 

Pvitch 

Zoe 

Rushton Place 

Fourth 500 501 

Fifth 600 601 

Sixth 700 701 

Clinton 

Geneva 

Boardman 

Brannan Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 800 801 

Langton 

Norton Court 

Decatur 

Eighth 900 901 

Converse ■ 

Ninth 1000 1001 

Dore 

Channel (e) (e) 

Brannan Place, from S s 
Brannan bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth 
Brazil Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
Koad S of China Av 

Brekle's Place, from S s Pa- 

citie liet Hyde and Larkin 

Brenham Place, from N s 
Clay bet Kearny and Dupont, 
N to Washington 

Brewery Alley, from S s Fol- 
som bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 

Brewster (Bernal Heights), 
from Hope S W to Esmeralda 
Av 

Bridge Place, from S s Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Bright (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), W of Old San 
Jose Road nr County Line 

Brigliton Avenue (Lake View), 

from Ocean Av S to Lake 
View Av 
Britton, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 



Broad (Railroad Homestead) , 
W of Old San Jose Road nr 
County Line 

Broad's Place, from N s Bush 
bet Hyde and Larkin 

Broadway, from the bay bet 
Pacific and Vallejo, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Cross S/s. N. S. 

Davis 2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Sansome 300 801 

Prescott 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 401 

Rowland 

Kearny 500 501 

Pinckney Place 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Dupont 600 601 

Pacific Alley • 

Duncan Court 

Stockton 700 701 

Virginia Place - — 

Morey Alley 

Powell 800 801 

Scott Place 

Mason 900 901 

Salmon 

Himmelman Place... 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Sweet 

Florence Place 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Morse Place 

Bridge 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Morrell Place 

Larkin 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavla 1900 1901 

Laguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devisadero 2700 2701 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Broderick, from N s Waller 
bet Devisadero and Baker, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Waller 2 1 

Haight 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak 300 301 

Fell 400 401 

Hayes 500 501 

Grove 600 601 

Fulton 700 701 

McAllister 800 801 

Golden Gate Avenue. 900 901 

Turk 1000 1001 

Eddy 1100 1101 

Ellis 1200 1201 

O'Farrell 1300 1301 

Geary 1400 1401 

Post 1500 1501 

Sutter 1600 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Pine 1800 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento 2000 2001 

Clay 2100 2101 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2.500 2501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich .3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3201 

Francisco 3300 3301 



Bay ...3400 3401 

NorthPoint .3500 3501 

Beach 3600 3601 

Jefferson 3700 8701 

Tonquin 3800 3801 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Bronte (Bernal Heights), from 

S 8 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, N to 

Geary 
Brosnan, from W s Valencia 

bet Ridley and Fourteenth, 

W to Guerrero 
Brown, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Brown Alley, see City Hall 

'Place 

Bruce Avenue (Lake View) 

from Harold Av E 

Bruce Place, from W s Sev- 
enth bet Folsom and Harrison 
Bruce Place (now Harrison 
Av), from S s Folsom nr 
Seventh 
Brunswick (West End Home- 
stead), S E of Mission Road 
nr County Line 
Brush, from N s Chestnut bet 

Scott and Devisadero 

Bryant, from the bay bet 

Harrison and Brannan, S W 

to Channel, thence S to Army 

Cross Sts. N. s. 

Spear 2 1 

Main 

Beale 100 101 

Fremont 200 201 

First 300 301 

Ellery 

Rincon Place 

Stanly Place 

Second 400 401 

Third 500 501 

Ritch 

Zoe 

Fourth 600 601 

Weston Place • 

Fifth 700 701 

Oak Grove Avenue . . 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 800 801 

Garden 

Clinton 

Boardman 

Gilbert 

Seventh 900 901 

Langton 

Chesley 

Victor 

Kate 

Decatur 

Eighth 1000 1001 

Converse 

Preston Place 

Ninth 1100 1101 

Dore 

Tenth 1200 1201 

Juniper • 

Eleventh 1300 1301 

Channel 1400 1401 

Alameda 1500 1501 

Fifteenth 1600 1601 

Sixteenth 1700 1701 

Seventeenth 1800 1801 

Mariposa 1900 1901 

Eighteenth 2000 2001 

Nineteenth 2100 2101 

Twentieth 2200 2201 

Twenty-first 2300 2301 

Twenty-second 2400 2401 

Twenty-third 2500 2501 

Twenty-fourth 2600 2fiUl 

Twenty-flfth 2700 2701 

Twenty-sixth 2800 2801 

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Bryant Avenue (now Bryant 
Street), from Channel, S to 
Army 
Bryant Avenue (now Con- 
verse), from N B Bryant bet 
Eightb and Ninth 
Bryant Place (now Burnett 
Place), from N s Bush bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 
Buchanan, from N s Market 
and Thirteenth bet Laguna 
and Webster, N to the bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Ridley . . 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

Waller 200 201 

Elm 

Haight 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 2300 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) 

Buc&anan Alley, see Maiden 
Alley 

Vista (Bernal Heights), 
from Coso Av bet Elsie and 
North Av, S W to Cortland Av 

Vista Avenue (late 

Park Road), surrounding 
Buena Vista Park 

Buena Vista Park, S of 

Haight bet Broderlck and 
Lott 

Buena Vista Square, bet 

Napa, Shasta, Vermont and 

Utah 
Bulah (late Kate), from Cole 

bet Waller and Frederick, W 

to Stanyan 
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 
Burnside Avenue, nr inter- 
section Old San Jose Road 
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 
C?-oss Sts. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

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 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Broad's Place 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness A venue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster..'. 2100 2101 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderlck 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 
Byington Avenue (now Olive 
Avenue), from W s Webster 
bet Ellis and O'Farrell, W 
to Steiner 
Byrne, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Byrne (Visitacion Valley), 

see Peabody 
Byron (Bernal Heights, now 
Brewster), from Isabel S W 
to Rutledge Av 
Byron (West End Tract), see 

Regent 
Byxhee (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), W of Old San 
Jose Road nr County Line 
C, from First Av S of B, W to 

the ocean 
C South, from Water Front 

S W to County Line 
Catoot (Bernal Heights), from 
Franconla N W to Peralta 
Av 



Cadell Alley, from N s Union 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Cadwallader, E of San Bruno 

Av nr Islais Creek 
Caine Avenue, W of Old San 

Jose Road, 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 City 
Cemetery 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Market and Drumm.. 2 1 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 3U1 

Sansome 400 401 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 500 501 

Spring 

Webb . 

Kearny 600 601 

Wallace Place 

St. Mary 

Quincy 

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 120O 1201 

Leavenworth 1800 1301 

Helen 

Jacoby Place 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Larkln 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Ness Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavla 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Middle 

Fillmore . 2400 2401 

Steiner.. 2500 2501 

Pierce.. 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devlsadero 2800 2801 

Broderlck 290Q 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut 3300 (o) 

Laurel 3400 (6) 

Locust 3500 (o) 

Spruce 360O (o) 

Maple 3700 (o) 

Cherry 3800 (o) 

First Avenue 3900 3901 

California Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), from Coso Av bet 
Mission and Prospect Av,S W 
to Cortland Av 
California South, from First 
Av bet Clement and Cali- 
fornia, W to Sixth Av 
Cambridge ( nniversity Homestead), 
from S s Sliver Av bet Tale 
and Oxford 
Camelia, W of Old San Jose 

Road nr San Miguel 
Camp, from E s Guerrero bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Canal (College Homestead), 
from E s Mission Road nr 
Silver Av 



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Capitol Avenue, from Ocean 

Av nr Mlramar Av, S to Pal- 
metto Av 
Capp, from S s Fifteenth bet 
Howard and Mission, S to 
Twenty-sixth 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Fifteenth 2 1 

Adair 

Sixteenth 100 101 

Seventeenth 200 201 

Eighteenth 300 301 

Nineteenth 400 401 

Twentieth 500 501 

Twenty -first 600 601 

Twenty-second 700 701 

Twenty-third 800 801 

Twenty-fourth 900 901 

Twenty-fifth 1000 1001 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

Card Alley, from W s Stock- 
ton bet Vallejo and Green 
Carl, from Clayton S of Fred- 
erick, W to First Ay 
Carlos (Fairmount Tract), 

see Dlgby 
Carlos Place, from S s O'Far- 

rell bet Powell and Mason 
Carolina, from Eighth bet 
Wisconsin and De Haro, S to 
Tulare 
Caroline (now Harriet), from 
S 8 Folsom bet Sixth and 
Seventh 
Caroline (now Dore), from S s 
Howard l)et Ninth and Tenth 
Caroline Place, from E s Pow- 
ell bet Jaclison 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 Powhattan 

Case, from W of San Bruno A v 
nr head Islals Creeli 

Casein Avenue, from Doug- 
lass nr Nineteenth to Eagle 

Castro, from S s Thirteenth 
W of Noe, S to Old San Jose 
Eoad 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Ridley 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henrv 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Tilden 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 300 301 

State 

Marljet 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Array 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

; Thirtieth 1700 1701 



Cayuga Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Ocean Av W of 
Mission Road 
Cedar, from N s Clay bet 
Davis and Front, N to Wash- 
ington 
Cedar Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Geary and Post, W to 
Laguna 
Cross ats. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Cedar Lane, see Clarion Alley 
Cemetery Avenue, see Cen- 
tral Av 
Center (now Sixteenth), from 
the bay bet Fifteenth and 
Seventeenth, W to Harrison 
Central (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), see Sargent 
Central Avenue. This Ave- 
nue now includes the street 
formerly called Lott and ex- 
tends from the Presidio Res- 
ervation W of Lyon, S to 
Buena Vista Av 

Old Mimbers. 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Geary 2 1 

Post 100 (o) 

Sutter 200 (o) 

Bush 300 (o) 

Pine 400 (o) 

California 500 501 

Sacramento 600 601 

Clay 700 701 

Washington 800 801 

Jackson 900 901 

Pacific Avenue 

2few Numbers. 

E. W. 

Buena Vista Avenue. 2 1 

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 

Golden Gate Av 900 901 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvary Cemetery . . . 

Geary 1400 1401 

Post 1.500 (o) 

Sutter 1600 (o) 

Bush 1700 (o) 

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 Ocean Road, from H 

nr Second Av. S W to Ocean 
Av 

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 
Seventh, thence W to Har- 
rison 



Channel, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr head Islais Creek 

Chapultepec (Bemal Heights), 
from Coso Av bet Prospect 
Av and Elsie, S W to Cort- 
land Av 

Charity, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islals Creek 

Charles (Fairmount Tract), 
from Old San Jose Road nr 
Arlington to Chenery 

Charles Place, from N s Har- 
rison bet First and Second 

Charter Oak Avenue, from 
Islals Creek E of San Bruno 
Av, S to Paul Tract 

Chase, see Commonwealth Av 

Chase (now Alcatraz), from 
Islais Creek S to Hecker 

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 
Twenty-first 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 
Cherry, from N s California 

bet Maple and First Av, N to 

Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

California 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Clay 200 201 

Washington 300 301 

Jackson 400 401 

Pacific Avenue (e) (e) 

Cherubusco (Bernal Heights, 

now Elsie), from Coso Av 

bet Chapultepec and Buena 

Vista, S W to Cortland Av 
Chesley, from S s Harrison 

bet Seventh and Eighth, S E 

to Bryant 
Chestnut, from the bay bet 

Lombard and Francisco, W 

to Presidio Reservation 
Cross its. N. S. 

Sansome 2 1 

Montgomery ..... ... 

Wlnthrop 

Kearny 100 101 

Dupont 200 201 

Bellalr Place 

Stockton 300 301 

Chestnut Alley 

Powell 400 401 

Mason 500 501 

Carr Place... 

Montgomery Avenue 

Taylor 600 601 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Larkln 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ness Avenue. . . .1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1301 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1500 1501 

Laguna (o) 1601 

Buchanan (o) 1701 

Webster 1800 ISOl 

Fillmore 1900 1901 

Stelner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

Devlsadero 2300 2301 

Broderlck 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Chestnut Alley, from N s 

Chestnut bet Stockton and 

Powell 
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China Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
Road S of Japan Av 
Churcll, from Hermann bet 
Dolores and Sanchez, S to 
Thirtieth. (Some of the 
buildings on this street are 
incorrectly numbered.) 
Cross S/s. W. B. 

Hermann 2 1 

Thirteenth 100 101 

Reservoir 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Market 

Fifteenth 300 801 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Borland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third... (900) 1100 1101 
Twenty-fourth (1000) 1200 1201 

Jersey 

Twenty-flfth 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) 

Churcli Alley, from N s Wash- 
ington bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 
Church Avenue (late Noo- 
nan's Place), from S s Vallejo 
bet Stockton and Powell 
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 

Place 
Circular Avenue (Sunny Side) 

from Joost Av S W 
City Hall Avenue (late Park 
Avenue), from S s McAllis- 
ter nr Leavenworth, S W to 
Larkin 

City Hall Place, from N s 

McAllister bet Hyde and 
Larkin 
City Hall Square, from N s 

Market opp Eighth, to City 
Hall Av 

Clairville Place, see Graham 

Place 
Clara, from W s Ritch bet 
Folsom and Harrison, S W 
to Sixth 
Cross tits. N. S. 

Ritch 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Hulbert Alley ■ — - 

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 

Townsend bet Second and 
Third 



Clarendon Avenue(Clarendo)i 

Heights), from Lincoln Av 
"W to San Miguel Rancho 
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 
Castro nr Thirtieth, W to 
Fowler Av 
Clay, from the bay bet Sacra- 
mento and Washington, W to 
First Av 
Cross Six. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Cedar 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 701 

Brenham Place 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Spofiford 

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 1301 

Priest 

Reed — - 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Torrens Court 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough (c) (c) 

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 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 8101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Central Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 8900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Clay Avenue, from N s Clay 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Clajrton, from Fulton bet Ash- 
bury and Cole, S to Seven- 
teenth 
Clement, from First Av bet 
Point Lobos Av and Califor- 
nia, W to the ocean 
Clement Place, from S s 
Green bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 
Clementina, from W s First 
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 (e) (e) 

Cleveland, from E s Seventh 
bet Folsom and Harrison, to 
Sherman 
Cliff Avenue, from Point Lo- 
bos Av nr Thirty-ninth Av, 
W to the ocean 
Clinton (now Harriet), from S 
8 Bryant bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth, S E to Brannan 
Clinton, nr intersection of Old 

San Jose Road and Castro 
Clinton Park, from W s Va- 
lencia bet Ridley and Four- 
teenth, W to Dolores 
Clipper, from W s Dolores bet 
Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross S's. N. s. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Sanchez 200 201 

Margary 

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 

Cole, from Fulton bet Clayton 
and Shrader, S to Clarendon 
Av 

College (University Home- 
stead), from S 8 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 

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 (now Florida) , from 
Channel bet Bryant and Ala- 
bama, S to Army 

Columbia (now Cumberland) , 
from W 8 Guerrero bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth, W to 
Noe 

Columbia Place (now Fargo 

Place), from W s Boardman 
bet Bryant and Brannan 

Columbia Place (Bema) Heiglils, 
now Alabama), from Precita 
Av S to Esmeralda Av 

Columbia Square, from S s 
Folsom bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth, S E to Harrison 

Columbia Square (Park), bet 

Folsom, Harrison, Columbia 

Square and Sherman 
Colusa (now Army), from the 

bay bet Twenty-sixth and 

Marin. W to Utah 
Commerce, from W s Front 

bet Green and Union, W to 

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Commercial, from the bay 
bet Sacramento and Clay, W 
to Dupont 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

EastXorth 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Batterv 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 701 

Dupont (e) (e) 

Commonwealth Avenue (late 

Chase), from N s Point Lobos 
Av bet Parker and Jordan 

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Concord Avenue (West End 

Tract), from E s Mission 

Pvoad nr County Line 
Congdon (College Homestead), from 

Canal to Silver Av 
Congo (Sunny Side), from 

Mangels Av S to Circular Av 
Congress (Flint Tract), from 

Buena Vista Av S W to Ash- 

burv 
ConMihg (South S. F.) , from 

Silver Av nr Augusta 
Connecticut, from Sixteenth 

bet Missouri and Arkansas, 

S to Tulare 
Converse, from S s Bryant 

bet Eighth and Xinth, S E to 

Brannan 
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 Fran- 

conia Av S W 
Cortland Avenue (Bemal 

Heights), from Mission nr 

Thirtieth, E to San Bruno Av 
COSO Avenue (Beraal Heights), 

from Precita Av nr Mission, 

S E to North Av 
Costa Rica (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-sixth Av South 
Cotta (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission P.oad nr 

Sliver 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 W 8 Mission Road bet 

Theresa and Francis 
County or Mission Road, from 

termination of Mission S W 
to County Line 

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 
N E Folsom bet Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth 

Crescent Avenue, from Mis- 
sion S of West Av, E to San 
Bruno Av 

Croce (Academy Tract) , from 
N W s Mission Road bet 
Francis and Harrington 

Crocker, from N s West Mis- 
sion bet Brady and Hermann 

Crocker (now Clipper), from 
Lincoln Av W to Fowler Av 



Crocker Avenue (now Clip- 
per), from W s Douglass bet 
Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth. W to High 

Cronogue Alley, from S s 
Twenty-first bet Guerrero 
and Fair Oaks 

Crook, from N s Townsend 
bet Third and Fourth 

Cross, from Mission Road nr 
County Line 

Croton, nr intersection of Old 
San Jose Road and Castro 

Crystal (late Milton) ,W of Old 
San Jose Road 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 
8 Washington bet Battery 
and Sansome 

Cuvier (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), from W s Mission 
Road nr Silver Av 

Cypress Alley, from S s Twen- 
ty-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 South, from Water Front 
S W to County Line 

Dacotah (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) ,f rom 
Thirtieth nr Church, S to 
Randall 

Danton(Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission Road nr 
Silver Av 

Danvers, from Corbett Av 
S E to Casein Av 

Dartmouth (UniversitjHomestead), 
from S 8 Silver Av W of 
Bowdoln 

Davis, from N s Market bet 
Drumm and Front, N to the 
bay 

Gross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay 300 301 

Washington 400 401 

Oregon 

Jackson 500 501 

Pacific ;!;.'.'!;;;."!.'.'!.' eoo eoi 

Chambers 

Broadway 700 701 

Vallejo 800 801 

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. (The 
buildings on several blocks 
are incorrectly numbered.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores (200) 100 101 

Church (300)200 201 

Sanchez (400) 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 
Bryant 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 bet Heath and Brad- 
ford 

De Long (late Schiller) , W of 
Old San Jose Road nr County 
Line 

De Long Avenue (late Lucy) , 
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 Old San 
Jose Road, S W to Sickles Av 

Dearborn (late Mission Av), 
from Ss Seventeenth bet Va- 
lencia and Guerrero 

Decatur, from S s Bryant bet 
Seventh and Eighth, SE to 
Brannan 

Decatur (Bernal Heights), 
see Roscoe 

Decker Alley, from W s Sev- 
enth bet Folsom and Harrl- 

Dehon, from S s Sixteenth 

bet Church and Sanchez, S 
to Seventeenth 

Delaware, from the bay bet 
Massachusetts and Maryland, 
S to First Av South 

Delaware (University Home- 
stead), see Saratoga 

Delaware Avenue (West End 

Tract), E of Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel 

Delaware Avenue (City Land 

Ass'n Tract), see Worcester 

Av 

Delaware Court, from N s 

Sutter bet Powell and Mason 

Delgado, 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 E s 

Mason bet Geary and Post 
Derby Place (late Oak), from 
E s Taylor bet Geary and 
Post 
Desmond, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Detroit (Sunny Side), from 
Melrose Av S to Circular Av 
Devlsadero, from N s Thir- 
teenth bet Scott and Brod- 
erick, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Ridley 2 1 

Lloyd 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Page 300 801 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Hayes 600 601 

Grove 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue.lOOO 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Geary 1500 1501 

Garden Avenue 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 



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Devlsadero— Cont'd. 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

o Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway .... ; 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Oreen 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 .3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

Xorth Point 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jeflferson 3800 3801 

Tonquln 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Dewey, from S s King bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Berry 
Diamond, from S s Seven- 
teenth bet Castro and Doug- 
lass, S to Old San Jose Koad 
Diamond (Visitacion Val- 
ley), see Medford 
Diana (Silver Terrace), from 
>• ' Thurnton Av to Williams Av 
Dickinson, from E s San Bruno 

Av nr Union Av 
Digby (Fairmount Tract, late 
Carlos), from Beacon to El 
Monte 

Dikeman Place, from w s 

Mason bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Division (late New Channel), 

from Channel nr Tenth, W 

and S AV to Eighteenth 

Dock (South S. F.), from 

Water Front S W to County 

Line 

Dodge, from S s Turk bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Dolores, from junction of Mar- 
ket and Thirteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Church, to S of Thir- 
tieth 
Cross Ms. W. E. 

Market and Ridley... 2 1 

Clinton Park 

Baltimore Park 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Wells Avenue 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Railway Avenue 

Borland 

Eighteenth (o) 501 

Nineteenth (o) 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twenty-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 

Day 

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 
s Folsom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 



Dore, from S s Harrison bet 
Xinth 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 Seven- 
teenth W of Eureka, to S 
of Thirtieth 
Douglass Avenue, from junc- 
tion Thirty-tirst and Dia- 
mond S W to Thirty-second 
Dover, from N s Brannan 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 
Ci-oss Sts. B. W. 

Market and Calif 'a... 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 Av nr 
Prague 
Dumcombe Alley, from N s 
Jacksop 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. (The buildings on this 
street are incorrectly num- 
bered; the numbers In the 
two right-hand columns are 
correct.) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero (200) 100 101 

Dolores (300) 200 201 

Church (400) 300 301 

Sanchez (.500) 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoflfman Avenue .... 900 901 

Bellevue 1000 1001 

Duncan Court, from N s 
Broadway bet Dupont and 
Stockton 
Dunkirk (Bernal Heights, 
now Nevada Avenue), from 
EsmeraldaAv S to Powhattan 
Dunne Alley, from E s Kearny 

bet Broadway 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 

PfelflEer 

Francisco 2000 2001 

Bay 2100 2101 

NorthPoint 2200 2201 

Beach (e) (e) 

Dupont Alley (see Adler) 
DwigM (University Home- 
stead), from W s San Bruno 
Av S of Woolsey 
E Soutli, from India S W to 

County Line 
Eagle, from junction Doug- 
lass and Nineteenth 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) 101 

Clay (o) 201 

Merchant (o) 301 

Washington, (o) 401 

Jackson (o) 501 

Pacific (o) 601 

East South, from Market S, 

parallel with the sea wall 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market (o) 2 

Mission (o) 100 

Howard (o) 200 

Folsom (o) 300 

East Avenue, from Holly 
Park Av E to Andover Av 

East Lake Avenue (West 

End Tract), W of Mission 

Road nr County Line 
East Park, from Holly Park 

Av E to Andover 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 Sts. N. S. 

Market and Powell . . 2 1 

Glasgow 

Eddy Place 

Mason 100 101 

Taylor 200 201 

Jones 300 301 

Wagner Alley 

Leavenworth 400 401 

Hyde 500 501 

Larkin 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van Ness Avenue 800 801 

Franklin 900 901 

Gough 1000 (o) 

Octavia 1100 (o) 

Laguna 1200 1201 

Buchanan. 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1.500 1501 

Stelner 1600 1601 

Bourbon Place 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1800 1801 

Devlsadero 1900 1901 

Broderick 2000 2001 

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Eddy Place, from S s Eddy 
bet Powell and Mason 

Edgax Avenue (Lake View), 

trom Bruce Av nr Harold Av 

Edgar Place, from w s Du- 

pont bet Grepnwich and Lom- 
board 
Edlnburgli (Excelsior Home- 
stead;, from Silver Av S "W 
to Amazon 
Edith (late Church Place), 
from W s Duponl bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 
Edna (Sunny Side), from Mel- 
rose Av S 
Edson, from Kentucky bet 

Butte and Napa 
Eighteenth, from the bay bet 
Mariposa and Nineteenth, W 
(The Inside column shows 
the new numbers from Harri- 
son W, in acordance with the 
extension of the street to the 
bay.) 
Cross ^is. N. S. 

Harrison (3100) 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (3200) 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard (3300) 200 201 

Capp 

Mission (3400) 300 301 

San Carlos Avenue . 

Stevenson 

Valencia (3500) 400 401 

Lapldge 

Guerrero (3600) 500 501 

Fair Oaks Court 

Dolores (3700) 600 (o) 

Church (3800) 700 701 

Sanchez (3900) 800 801 

Noe (4000) 900 901 

Hartford 

Castro (4100) 1000 1001 

Collingwood 

Diamond (4200) 1100 1101 

Eureka 

Douglass (4300) 1200 1201 

Clara Avenue 

Eighteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Eighteenth Avenue South, 

from Islais Creek S E to 
Water Front 

Eighth, from S s Market bet 
Seventh and Ninth. S E to 
Sixteenth 

Cross Sis. w. K. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Manning Place 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Sunshine Court 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Ringold 

Heron 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

Eighth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to O 

Eighth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water 

Front 
El Dorado (now Fifteenth), 

from the bay bet Alameda 

and Sixteenth, W to Harrison 
El|Monte (Fairmount Tract, 

late William), 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 Sts W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

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- 
ington bet Taylor and Jones 
Eliza Place (now Marion 
Place), from N s Union 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 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

Bellevue (e) (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 A v), from 
S s 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 
Bryant bet First and Second 
Ellick Alley, from N s Pacific 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Elliot Lane, from O'Farrell 

nr Steiner, N 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 

Glasgow 

Mason 200 201 

Taylor 300 301 

Jones 400 401 

Leavenworth 500 501 

Cohen Place 

Hyde 600 601 

Larkin 700 701 

Polk 800 801 

Van Ness Avenue 900 901 

Franklin 1000 1001 

Gough 1100 1101 

Octavia 1200 1201 

Laguna 1.300 1301 

Buchanan 1400 1401 

Hollis 

Webster 1500 1501 

Folger Place 

Fillmore 1600 1601 

Steiner 1700 1701 



Bourbon Place 

Pierce 1800 1801 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1900 1901 

Beideman 

Devisadero 2000 2001 

Broderick 2100 2101 

St. Joseph's Avenue, (e) (e) 
Ellsworth (Bernal Heights), 

from S s Esmeralda Av bet 

Anderson and Gates 
Elm (now Laussat Av),from 

W s Buchanan bet Waller and 

Haight, W to Webster 
Elm Avenue, from W s Polk 

bet Golden Gate Av and 

Turk, W 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue 100 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough (c) (c) 

Elmira (South S. F.), from 

Islais Creek S to Silver Av 
Elsie (lateCherubusco), from 

Coso Av nr Chapultepec, S 

W to Holly Park Av 
Elwood(late O'Farrell Alley) , 

from N s O'Farrell bet 

Powell and Mason, N and W 

to Mason 
Emma, from E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Pine 
Emma (now Alpine), from S s 

Ridley W of Castro 
Emma (now Ledyard), from 

Silver Av nr Scott Av 
Emmet Place, from W s 

Stockton bet California and 

Enterprise, from E s Folsom 

bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 
Epstein (now Masonic Av), 

from Albany W and N W to 

Java 
Erie, from S s Mission bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth, 

S to Folsom 
Erkson Court, from N s Post 

bet Devisadero and Brod- 
erick 
Esmeralda Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from California Av 

S E and E to Holladay Av 
Esmond, from New Morse nr 

Mission Road, S to Watt Av 
Essex, from S s Folsom bet 

First and Second, S E to 

Harrison 
Essex Place, from W s Essex 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Estafania, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Eugenia Avenue(Bernal 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 Twenty-third 
Eureka (Flint Tract), see 

Osborne 
Eureka Place, from E s Lar- 
kin bet Bush and Pine 
Evatt, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Eve (Bernal Heights), from 

San Bruno Av W to Holla- 
day Av 
Everett (now Natoma), from 

W s Third bet Mission and 

Howard, S W to Fourth 
Evergreen (Flint Tract) , from 

Park Road S W to Masonic Av 
Everson (Fairmount Tract). 

from Beacon nr Bemis 
Ewer Place, from W s Mason 

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Ewing Place (late Metcalf 
Place), from W s Laguna bet 
Post and Sutter 

Exchange Place, from s s 

Pine bet 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 Av 

Fair Oaks, from S s Twenty- 
first bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores, S to Twenty-sixth 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Twenty-flrst 2 1 

Twenty-second 100 101 

Twenty-third 200 201 

Twenty-fourth 300 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Clipper. 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

Fair Oaks Court, see Oak- 
wood 

Fatrmount (Pairmount Tract), 
from Old San Jose Road W 
to Bemis 

Faith (Bernal Heights), from 
HoUaday Av N W to Brew- 
ster 

Falcon Avenue, from Eigh- 
teenth nr Douglass, to Cor- 
bett Av 

Falcon Place, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Falkland (South S. F.), see 
Sixteenth Av South 

Falmouth (late Willow), from 
S 8 Folsom bet Fifth and 
Sixth, to Shipley 

Farallones (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 

Fargo Place (late Columbia 
Place), from Boardman bet 
Bryant and Brannan 

Famsworth Lane, from Wil- 

lard nr Sullivan W to Sunset 
Av 

Farragut Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Old San Jose 

Road nr County 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 8 First bet Bryant and 

Brannan, to Second 
Fell, from junction Market 

and Polk bet Oak and Hayes, 

W to Stanyan 
Ooss Sis. N. S. 

Market and Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue 100 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

Octavia 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster 700 701 

Fillmore 800 801 

Steiner 900 901 

Pierce 1000 1001 

Scott 1100 1101 

Devlsadero 1200 1201 

Broderick 1300 1301 

Baker 1400 (o) 

Lyon 1500 (o) 

Lott.... 1600 (o) 

Masonic Avenue 1700 (o) 

Ashbury 1800 (o) 

Clayton 1900 (o) 

Cole 200Q (o) 

Shrader 2100 (o) 

Stanyan (e) (e) 



Fella Place, from E s Powell 

bet Bush and Pine 
Felton (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
bet Silliman and Burrows 
Fern Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kin bet Sutter and Bush, W 
to Gough 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 801 

Gough (e) (e) 

Ferrie, see Blake 
Fielding (late Newhall) , from 
W 8 Stockton bet Lombard 
and Chestnut 
Fifteenth, from the bay N of 
Sixteenth. W. (The inside 
column shows the new num- 
bers from Harrison W in 
accordance with the exten- 
sion of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Harrison (1300) 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (1400) 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard (1500) 200 201 

Natoma 

Capp 

Minna 

Mission (1600) 300 301 

Lida Place 

Julian Avenue 

Caledonia Alley 

Valencia (1700) 400 401 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero (1800) 500 501 

Aileen Avenue 

Dolores (1900) 600 601 

Landers 

Church (2000) 700 701 

Sharon 

Sanchez".'.'.!!! !(2i66) 800 801 

Noe (2200) 900 901 

Castro (2300) 1000 1001 

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, from Presidio 

Reservation S to K 
Fifth Avenue (now Madison 

Av), from Harrison bet Fifth 

and Sixth 
Fifth Avenue South, from 

Islais S E to Water Front 
Figaro (now Franconia Av), 

from Peralta Av S E to Rut- 
ledge Av 



Filbert, from the bay bet 
Union and Greenwich, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Napier Alley 

Norton Place 

Montgomery 300 301 

Kearny 400 401 

Filbert Place 

Varennes 

Grand Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Medau Place 

Jaspar Place 

Krausgrill 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 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue .... 1.500 1501 

Franklin IHOO 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Filbert Place, from N s 

Union bet Kearny and Du- 
pont. N to Filbert 
Fillmore, from N s Thirteenth 
bet Webster and Steiner, N 
to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Ridley 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

Germania 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Haight 300 301 

Rose Avenue 

Page 40O 401 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 500 501 

Fell 600 601 

Hayes 700 701 

Grove 800 801 

Fulton 900 901 

McAllister lOOO 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue.UOO 1101 

Turk 120O 1201 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Geary.. 1600 1601 

Post ITOO 1701 

Sutter 180O 1801 

Bush 190O 1901 

Wlldey 

Pine 2000 2001 

Fillmore Place 

California 2100 2101 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2300 2301 

Washington 2400 2401 

Jackson 250O 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2100 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

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Moulton 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut 3400 3401 

Francisco 3500 3501 

Bay 3600 3601 

North Point. ... . . .'3700 3701 

Beach ,3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquln 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Fillmore Place, fromW 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 

Licl£ 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 

Bryant .500 501 

Federal 

DeBoom 

Brannan 600 601 

Towusend (e) (e) 

First Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to J 

First Avenue (now Julian 
Av), from S s Fourteenth 
bet Mission and Valencia 

First Avenue South, from 

Islais S E to Water Front 
Fisher Alley, from Powell bet 

Pacific and Broadway 
FUnt (Flint Tract), from Six- 
teenth nr Castro, to Albany 
Flint Alley, from Vallejo bet 

Batterv and Sansome 
Flood Avenue (Sunny Side), 
from Circular Av W to Ham- 
burg 
Flora (Silver Terrace), from 
Parnassus Av to Thornton Av 
Floral Grove, see Brooks 
Florence, from E s Mission 

Ptoad nr County Line 
Florence (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), see Head 
Florence Place, from N s 
Broadway bet Taylor and 
Jones. N to Vallejo 
Florida (late Columia) , f rom 
Channel bet Bryant and 
Alabama, S to Army 
Cross iSts. w. E. 

Channel 2 1 

.\lameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

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-sixth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

Flower, from Loomis W to 

San Bruno Av 
Foerster (Sunny Side), from 
Melrose Av S 



Folger Place, from s s Ellis 

bet Webster and Fillmore 
Folsom, from the bay bet 

Howard and Harrison, S W 

and S to Crescent Av 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

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 

Essex 

Second 600 601 

Hubbard 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Place 

Third 700 701 

Pitch 

Elizabeth Place 

Alice 

Fourth 800 801 

Miller Place 

Fifth 900 901 

Falmouth 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Caroline 

Harriet 

Columbia Square 

Russ 

Sherman 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Harrison Avenue 

Rauseh 

Otis Place 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1.500 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 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 

Serpentine Avenue . . 

Army 3100 3101 

Precita Avenue 3200 3201 

Stoneman 

Ripley Place 

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 Old San 

Jose Road nr County Line 
Ford, from W s Sanchez bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 

W to Noe 
Ford (City Land Association 

Tract), see Byxbee 
Fort Place, from S s Pacific 

bet Hyde and Larkin 

Fortieth Avenue, from Clem- 
ent S to X 
Fortieth Avenue South, from 

San Bruno Av S E 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 
Forty-first Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Forty-first Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-fourth Avenue, from 

Clements to X 

Forty-fourth Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 
Forty-ninth Avenue, from 

A S to J 

Forty-ninth Avenue South. 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-second Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 
Forty-second Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 
Forty-seventh Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Forty-seventh Av'nue South. 

from San Bruno Av S E to 

County Line 
Forty-sixth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 
Forty-Sixth Avenue South. 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-third Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 
Forty-third Avenue South, 
from San Bruno Av SE to 
County Line 
Fountain, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Hoffman Av and 
Bellevue 
Fourteenth, from W s Har- 
rison bet Thirteenth and 
Fifteenth, W to Park Hill Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 201 

Natoma 

Minna 

Mission 300 301 

Julian Avenue 

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 Broderick 1100 1101 

Park Hill Avenue.... (e) (e) 
Fourteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to V 

Fourteenth Avenue South, 

. from Islais Creek S E to 

Water Front 

Fourth, from S s Market bet 

Third and Fifth, S E to the 

bay 

Cross Sts. w. B. 

Market 2 1 

Pioneer Place 

Stevenson - — 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Everett 

Howard 200 201 



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Pourth— Cont'd. 

Tehama.. 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Louisa 

Clara 

Harrison 400 401 

Perry 

Sliver 

Bryant 500 501 

Welsh 

Freelon 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

rourth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K 
Tourth Avenue South, from 

Islals S E to California Dry 

Dock 
Fowler Avenue (Stanford 

Heights), from Twenty-fifth 

S to Thirty-first 
Pox, from Baker Av S W to 

Garibaldi 
France Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead), from Mission 

Koad S of Russia Av 
Francis (Academy Tract), 

from NW s Mission Road bet 

Cotter and Croce 
Francisco, from the bay bet 

Chestnut and Bay, W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Montgomery 2 1 

Kearny 

Dupont 100 101 

Midway 

Bellalr Place 

Stockton 200 201 

Warden 

Powell 300 301 

Mason 400 401 

Taylor 500 501 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jones 600 601 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Larkln 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1100 1101 

Franklin 1200 1201 

«ough 1300 1301 

Octavla 1400 1401 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Lobos Square 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Stelner 1900 1901 

Pierce 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devisadero 2200 2201 

Broderlck 2300 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Franconia Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from Peralta Av S 

to Esmeralda Av 

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 Ness Av and Gough, 
N to Bay 
Cross Sis. 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 

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 2501 

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 (now Federal), 
from W s First bet Bryant 
and Brannan, to Second 
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 
Freelon (South S. F.), see 

Llewellyn 
Fremont, from S s Market 
bet Beale and First, S E to 
the bay 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 3 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 
Larkln 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 

Richmond 

Sacramento 300 801 

Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 501 



Oregon 

Jackson 600 601 

Clark 

Pacific 700 701 

Chambers 

Broadway 800 801 

Vallejo 900 901 

Green 1000 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1100 1101 

Filbert 1200 1201 

Front Avenue (South S. F.). 
from India S E to Water 
Front 
Fulton, from W s Larkin bet 
Grove and McAllister, W to 
the ocean 
Cross Sis. 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 1000 (o) 

Pierce 1100 (o) 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devisadero 1300 1301 

Broderlck 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Lott 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue (o) 1801 

Ashbury (o) 1901 

Clayton (o) 2001 

Cole (o) 2101 

Parker Avenue 2200 

Shrader 2201 

Stanyan 2300 (o) 

North Willard 2400 (o) 

First Avenue 2500 (o) 

Fulton, nr intersection of 

Castro and Old San Jose Road 

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 Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 

Garfield Avenue, from S s 

Twenty-fourth bet Treat Av 
and Folsom, S to Twenty- 
sixth 

Garfield Square, bet Twenty- 
fifth. Twenty-sixth, Harrison 
and Treat Av 

Garibaldi, from Islais Creek 
S E to Livingston 

Gates (Bernal 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, N to 
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Geary, from junction Market 
and Kearny bet O'Farrell 
and Post, W to Central Av 

Cfross ats. 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 SOO 801 

Vasserot Place 

Saratoga Court 

Larkln 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue 1100 1101 

Franklin 1200 1201 

Gough 1300 1301 

Octavia 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 

Devlsadero 2200 2201 

Broderlck 2300 2301 

St. Joseph's Avenue.. (o) 

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 (Sunny Side), from 
Melrose Av S 

Geneva, from S s Brannan bet 
Sixth and Seventh 

Geneva Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Old San Jose 
Road 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 Alley, from E s Dupont 

bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Germania, from W s Webster 

bet Hermann and Waller, W 

to Steiner 
Gertrude, W of Old San Jose 

Road nr San Miguel 
Gertrudis, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Glbb, from W s Montgomery 

Av bet Washington and Jack- 
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 
Glrard (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 

Dwlght 
Gladys, from Santa Marina 

nr Mission, S W to West Av 
Glasgow (late Anna) from N 

s Eddy bet Powell and Mason, 

N to Ellis 
Glen Avenue (Stanford Heights), 

from Bellevue N W to 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 Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 

Goethe (Visitacion Valley), 
see Bigelow 

Goettingen (University Homestead), 
from S s Silver Av S to 
Woolsey 

Gold, from W s Sansome bet 
Jackson and Pacillc, 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 (late 

Tyler), from junction Market 

and Taylor bet McAllister 

and Turk, W to Masonic Av 

Cross His. N. 8. 

Market and Taylor . . 2 1 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth 200 201 

Dale Place 

Hyde 300 301 

Golden Place 

Larkin 400 401 

Polk 500 501 

Van Xess Avenue 600 601 

Franklin 700 701 

Gough (0) 801 

Octavia (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 

Devlsadero 1700 1701 

Broderlck 1800 1801 

Baker 1900 1901 

Lyon 2000 2001 

Lott 2100 2101 

Masonic Avenue (e) (e) 

Golden Gate Park, bet Fulton 

and H streets, from Stanyan 

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 Bryant 
Gordon, from N s Harrison 

bet Eighth and Ninth 

Gough, from N s Market bet 

Franklin and Octavia. N to 

Bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Haight . . 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 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1600 1601 

Austin 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 (o) 

Clay 2000 (o> 

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) 

Gould, from Paul Av S to 

Salinas Av 
Grace Terrace, from S s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 
Grady, from N s Green bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
GraftonAvenue (Lake View), 
from Harold Av W to Arling- 
ton Av 
Graham Place, from N s 
Green bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton. N to Union 
Grand Avenue (now Grand 
street), 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 (late Dupont), 
from N s Market bet Kearny 
and Stockton, N to Bush 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and O'Farrell. 2 1 

Geary 100 101 

Morton 

Post 200 201 

Ashburton Place 

Stockton Place 

Mills Place 

Sutter .300 301 

Berry Place 

Harlan Place 

Bush (e) (e) 

Grant Place, from S s Folsom 

bet Fremont and First 
Grattan, from Stanyan S of 

Sullivan 
Green, from the bay bet Val- 
lejo and Union, W to Presidio 
Reservation 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 201 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 301 

Vincent 

Kohler's Place 

Green Place 

Reed Place 

Kearny 400 401 

Sonora 

Lafayette Place 



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Green— Cont'd. 

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 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devisadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 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 Sis. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Prlngle 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 1100 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 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devisadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 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 
Pacillc bet Hyde and Larkln 



Grisar, from W s Octavia bet 
Union and Filbert, W to 
Laguna 
Grove, from W s Larkin bet 
Hayes and Fulton, W to 
Stanyan 
Cross Sl.1. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiner (c) (c) 

Alamo Square 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devisadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1.500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Lott 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 

Quinn 

Clinton Park 

Brosnan 

Baltimore Park 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Sixteenth 40O 401 

Camp 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Borland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Hill 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Al varado 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

.^Vrmy 

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 
Gimnison Avenue (Bemal 
Heights, now Harrison), 
from S s Army bet Alabama 
and Treat Av 
Guttenburg (West End Homestead), 
SE of Mission Road 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 
Haggin, 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 bet Waller 
and Page, W to Stanyan 
Cross ats. N. S. 

Market and Gough... 2 1 

Central Court 

Octavia 100 101 

Laguna 200 201 

Buchanan 300 301 

Webster 400 401 

Fillmore 500 501 

Steiner 600 601 

Pierce 700 701 

Scott 800 801 

Devisadero 900 901 

Broderick 1000 1001 

Baker.... 1100 1101 

Lyon 1200 1201 

Lott 1300 1301 

Masonic Avenue 1400 1401 

Ashbury 1500 1.501 

Clayton 1600 1601 

Cole 1700 1701 

Shrader 1800 1801 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Hale, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr head Islais 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 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Halleck, from W s Battery 
bet California and Sacra- 
mento, W to Leidesdorff 
Hamburg (Sunny Side), from 

Melrose Av S 
Hamilton (University Home- 
stead;, from S s Silver Av S 
to Mansell 
Hamilton, nr junction Castro 

and old San Jose Road 
Hamilton Square, bet steiner, 

Scott, Geary and Post 
Hamlin, from N s Green bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Hamlin Place, from E s Lar- 
kin bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Hammond Place, from S s 
Townsend bet Second and 
Third. S E to Berry 

Hampshire, from Channel bet 

Potrero Av and York, S to 
Army 

Cross ats. W. E. 

Channel 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-sixth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

Hampshire (South S. F.) , see 

Boutwell 

Hampton Court, from N s 
Harrison bet Second ' and 
Third 

Hampton Place, from S s 

Folsom bet 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 Road 
nr County Line 

Hanover Place, from N s 

Sacramento bet Powell and 
Mason 
Hardle Place, from E s 
Kearny bet Sutter and Bush 



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Hardy, from S s Sixteenth 
bet Church and Sauchez, S 
to Seventeenth 

Harkness, from w s San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 

Harlan Place, fromW 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 (Fairmount Tract, 

late Bartlett), from Thirtieth 

nr Noe, S to Laidley 
Harriet, from S s Howard 

bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 

to Brannan 
Harrlngton(AcademyTract) . 

from N W s Mission Road bet 

Croce and Norton 
Harrison, from the bay bet 

Folsom and Bryant, S W and 

S to Ripley Place. (Some of 

the buildings in the vicinity 

of Twenty-first are incorrect- 
ly numbered.) 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Steuart 3 1 

Spear 100 101 

Johnston Place 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Rincon Place 

Essex 

Stanly Place 

Charles Place 

Second 600 601 

Vassar Place 

Hawthorne 

. Hampton Court 

Third 700 701 

Ritch 

Fourth 800 801 

Fifth 900 901 

Madison Avenue 

Oak Grove Avenue .. 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Garden 

Columbia Square 

Sherman 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Chesley 

Mariposa Terrace 

Hay ward 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Gordon 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Dore 

Tenth 1400 1401 

.) unlper 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 

Thirteenth 1700 

Channel ■ 

Fourteenth 1800 

Alameda 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Mariposa 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth ...(2300) 2400 240) 
Twenty-first .(2400) 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 Laidley 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 N s Green- 
wich bet Mason and Taylor, 
N to Montgomery Av 
Harvard (University Home- 
stead), from S s Silver Av S 
to Oimstead 
Harwood Alley, see Grand 

Place 
Hattie, from Seventeenth W 

of Clara Av 
Havelock (late Henry), from 
Old San Jose Road nr Ocean 
Av 
Havens, from W s Leaven- 
worth bet Union and Filbert 
Hawthorne, from S s Folsom 
bet Second and Third, S E to 
Harrison 
Hayes, from junction Market 
and Larkin bet FeU and 
Grove, W to Stanyan 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Larkin . . 2 1 

College Place 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness A venue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan TOO 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiner (o) lOOl 

Pierce (o) 1101 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Lott 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 Harrison 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Hayward (now Alice), from 
S s Folsom bet Third and 
Fourth 
Head (City Land Association 
Tract), W of Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 
Hearst, see Lake View Av 
Hearst Avenue (Sunny Side, 
late Moulton Av), from Cir- 
cular Av W to Hamburg 
Heath, from S s Cortland Av 

bet Lee and Peralta Av 
Hecter, from Barneveld Av 

E to Islais 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 (West End Home- 
stead), see Acton 
Henrietta Square, from E s 
Eleventh bet Howard and 
Folsom 
Henry, from W s Sanchez bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth, W 
to Castro 
Henry (now Havelock), from 
Old San Jose Road nr Ocean 
Av 
Henry (University Home- 
stead), see Felton 



Hermann, from West Mission 
bet Brady and Ridley, W to 
Steiner 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

"West Mission 2 1 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

Valencia 100 101 

Elgin Park Avenue.. 

Market 

Laguna 200 201 

Buchanan 300 301 

Webster 400 401 

Church 

Fillmore 500 501 

Steiner (e) (e) 

Heron, from E s Eighth bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Hewlett Alley, from S s 
Pacific bet Powell and Mason 
Heyman, from Prospect Av 

S of Virginia Av 
Hickory Avenue, from W s 
Van Ness Av bet Oak and 
Fell, W to Webster 
Ooss Sis. N. S. 

Van Ness Avenue 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavia 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Webster (e) (e) 

High, from Twenty-fifth W of 
Bellevue, S to Twenty-sixth 
Highland Avenue (late Ply- 
mouth Av), from Mission nr 
West Av, E to Holly Park Av 
Hill, from W s Valencia bet 
TWenty-flrst and Twenty- 
second, W to Castro. (Some 
of the buildings on this street 
are incorrectly numbered.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Valencia 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church (c) (c) 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro (e) (e) 

Hill (Railroad Homestead), 

see Thrift 
Himmelmann Place, from N 
s Pacific bet Mason and Tay- 
lor, N to Broadway 
Hinckley, from Kearny bet 
Broadway and Vallejo, W to 
Dupont 
Hobart Alley, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Post and Sutter 

Hodge's Alley, from N s 
Valle.io bet Sansome and 
Montgomery 

Hoflf Avenue, from S s Six- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
lencia, S to Seventeenth 

Hoffman, 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 termination of Utah S 
to Cortland Av 

Hollis, from N s Ellis bet 
Buchanan and Webster, N to 
O'Farrell 

Hollo way 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 
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Holyoke (University Home- 
stead), from S s 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 BuBh and Pine 

Hooper, from the bay bet 
Channel and Irwin, S "W to 
Eighth 

Hope (Bernal Heights, now 
Kutledge Av), from Holla- 
day Av N W to Franconla 
Av 

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 Sts. N. S. 

East South... 2 1 

Steuart 

Green's Court 

Spear 100 101 

Main 200 201 

Beale SOD 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Maiden Alley 

Second 600 601 

New Montgomery . . . 

Hubbard 

Third 700 701 

Fourth 800 801 

Howard Court 

Fifth 900 901 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Kuss 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Rausch 

Sumner 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

"Washington Avenue . 

Caroline 

Grand Avenue 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayette 

Twelfth 1600 1601 

Tonnlngsen 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 2S00 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army (e) (e) 

Howard Court, from N s 
Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 
Howth, W of Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel Station 
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 Alley, from N s Clara 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Humboldt, from the bay bet 
Sierra and Nevada, "W to 
Nebraska 
Humboldt (West End Home- 
stead), see Lowell 
Hunt, from E s Third bet 

Mission and Howard 
Hunter, W of San Bruno Av 

nr head Islals Creek 
Huron Avenue (West End 
Tract), W of County Road nr 
County Line 
Hyde, from N s McAllister 
bet Leavenworth and Lar- 
kin, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Turk 200 201 

Hvde 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 

Hyde Terrace 

Sacramen to 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 

Russell - — 

Union 2000 2001 

Allen 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Bay 2600 2601 

NorthPoint 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 

nr County Line 
Illinois, from the bay bet 
Michigan and Kentucky, S 
to First Av South 
India (South S. F.), N, S and 

W 8 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 Dwlght 



Iowa, from Sixteenth bet In- 
diana and Pennsylvania, S to 
Tulare 
Irwin, from the bay bet 
Hooper and Hubbell, S W to 
Eighth 
Isabel (Bernal Heights) , from 

Wolfe S E to Shakespeare 
Isis, from S s Twelfth bet 
Folsom and Harrison, to 
Thirteenth 
Islais (South S. F.), from the 

bay along S s Islais Creek 
Islais (now Springdale) from 
Mission Road S of Bosworth 
Italy Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
Road S of France Av 
Ivy Avenue, from W s Polk 
bet Hayes and Grove, W to 
Webster 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

Octavla 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

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 
Jackson, from the bay bet 
Washington and Pacific, W 
to First Av. (Many of the 
buildings on this street bet 
East and Larkin are incor- 
rectly numbered. The num- 
bers marked thus ( ) should 
be changed to correspond 
with the numbers in the. two 
right-hand columns.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 

Davis (200) 100 101 

Front (300) 200 201 

Battery (400)300 301 

Custom House Place.- 

Sansome (500) 400 401 

Ballance 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery .... (600) 500 501 
Montgomery Avenue 

Kearny (700) 600 601 

Cooper's Alley 

Washington Alley . . . 

Lozier 

Dupont (800) 700 701 

St. Louis Alley 

Sullivan Alley 

Stout's Alley 

Buncombe Alley 

Stockton (900) 800 801 

Bedford Place 

Trenton 

Stone 

Adele Alley 

Powell (1000)900 901 

Dore Alley 

Mason (1100)1000 1001 

Marcy Place 

Auburn 

Taylor (1200)1100 1101 

Jones (1300)1200 1201 

Leavenworth ..(1400)1300 1301 

HallPlace - — 

Wall Place 

Hyde (1500)1400 1401 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk IHOO 1601 

Van Ness Avenue . . .1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavla 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

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Pierce 2600 (o) 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devlsadero 2800 2801 

Broderick 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 8001 

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) (e) 

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 

Hyde 
Jamaica (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-sixth Av South 
James (South S. F.), see C 

South 
Jane Place (now Pine Place), 

from iV s 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), bet China and 

India Av8 
Japonica, W of Old San Jose 

Road nr San Miguel 
Jamac, W s Old San Jose 

Pvoad 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 Av South 
Java (Flint Tract), from 

Buena Vista Av S W to Ma- 
sonic Av 
Jefferson, from the bay N of 

Beach, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 
Jefferson (Bernal Heights), 

from San Bruno Av W to 

Andover Av 

Jefferson Square, bet Gough, 
Laguua, Golden Gate Av and 
Eddy 
Jerome Alley, from S s Pacific 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Jersey, from W s Dolores bet 
Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
fifth, W to Douglass 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church (200) 100 101 

Sanchez (300) 200 201 

Noe (400) 300 301 

Castro (500) 400 401 

Diamond (600) 500 501 

Douglass (e) (e) 

Jessie, from W s First bet 
Market and Mission, S W 
(The continuation of this 
street from Sycamore Av to 
Twenty-first is now known 
as San Carlos Av) 
Cross Sts. 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 (c) (c) 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Hermann liOO 1101 

Jolin, from W s Powell bet 
Jackson and Pacific, W to 
Mason 
John (now Dover), from N s 
Brannan bet First and Second 
Johnston Avenue, from S s 
Point Lobos Av bet Parker 
and Henderson Avs 
Johnston Place, from Har- 
rison bet Spear and Main 
Joice (now Prospect Place), 

from N 8 Pine nr Stockton 

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 800 301 

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 iioO 1101 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Pleasant 

Clay 1300 1.301 

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 

NorthPoint 2700 2701 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Jones Alley, from Washing- 
ton bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery, N to Jackson 
Joost Avenue (Sunny Side), 
from Old San Jose Road W 
to Hamburg 
Jordan Avenue (late Merri- 
tield), 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 old San 
Jose Road nr Ocean View 
Station 
Joy (Bernal Heights), from 

Holladay Av to Brewster 
Jules Avenue (Lake View), 
from Ocean Av S to JLake 
View Av 
Julia, from S s Mission bet 
Seventh and Eighth 



Julia Court, from N s O'Far- 
rell bet Grant Av and Stock- 
ton 

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 

Bryant 
Junipero, from Masonic Av 

bet St. Rose's Av and Turk, 

W to Parker Av 
Juno (Park Lane Tract), from 

Serpentine Road 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 
Juri, from San Jose Av bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth 
K, from Fourth Av S of J, W 

to the ocean 
K South, from First Av South 

S W to Railroad Av 
Kansas, from Channel bet 

Rhode Island and Vermont, 

S to Precita Creek 
Kansas (South S. F.), see 

Layton 

Kappeler Court, from W s 

Mason bet Geary and Post 

Kaskaskia (South S. F.), see 
D South 

Kate, from S s Bryant bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Kate (now Hermann), from 
junction Market and Laguna 
bet Ridley and Waller, W to 
Stelner 

Kate (now Bulah), from Cole 
bet Waller and Frederick, W 
to Stanyan 

Kearny, from N s Market bet 
Montgomery and Grant Av, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Market and Geary ... 2 1 

Morton 

Post 100 101 

VerMehr 

Sutter 200 201 

Hardie 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 

Pacific 1000 1001 

Rowland 

Broadway 1100 1101 

Dunne Alley 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1200 1201 

San Antonio 

Green 1300 1301 

Union 1400 1401 

Filbert WOO 1501 

Greenwich 1600 1601 

Lombard 1700 1701 

Chestnut 1800 1801 

Francisco 1900 1901 

Bay 2000 2001 

NorthPoint 2100 2101 

Beach (e) (e) 

Kennebec (now Folsom), 
from S 8 Cortland Av bet 
Gates and Banks 

Kent, from W s Mason bet 
Union and Filbert 



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Kentucky, from the bay bet 

Illinois and Tennessee, S to 

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Kentucky Place, from Ken- 

tucliy bet Shasta and Sierra 

Keyes Alley, from Pacific bet 

Powell and Mason 
Kimball Place, from Sacra- 
mento taet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
King, from the bay bet Town- 
send and Berry, S W to Eighth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Second 2 1 

Hammond Place 

Third 100 101 

Ritch 

Madden 

Haggia 

Tevis 

Dewey 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth 300 301 

Sixth 400 401 

Seventh 500 501 

Channel 

Eighth (e) (e) 

King (now Boylston), from 

Silver Av W of Merrill 
Kingston, from W s Mission 

bet Thirtieth and Brook 
Kingston Avenue, see Burn- 
side Av 
Kissllng, fromW s Eleventh 
bet Howard and Folsom, W 
to Twelfth 

Knight's Place (West End 

Tract), from Mohawk Av W 
of Mission Road 
Knox (University Home- 
stead), from S s Henry bet 
Madison and Mansfield 

Kohler's Place, from s s 

Green bet Montgomery and 

Kearny 
Kosciusko (Bernal Heights, 

now Anderson), from S s 

Cortland Av E of Moultrie 
Kossuth, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Kramer Place, from S s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and 

Stockton 

Krausgrill 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 (West End Home- 
stead, now Whittier), from 
Mission Road nr County Line 

Lafayette Park, bet Gough, 
Laguna, Sacramento and 
Washington 

Lafayette Place, from N s 

Green bet Kearny and Du- 
pont, jST to Union 
Laguna, from N s Market 
bet Octavla and Buchanan, 
N to the bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Hermann 2 1 

Waller 100 101 

Haight 200 201 

Rose Avenue 

Page 300 301 



Lily Avenue . . . 






Oak 


. 400 




Hickory Avenue... 




Fell 


. 500 




Linden Avenue 




Hayes 


. 600 


601 


Ivy Avenue 






Grove 


. TOO 


701 


Birch Avenue 






Fulton 


. 800 


SOI 


Ash Avenue . . 


; 900 




McAllister 


901 


Locust Avenue 






Golden Gate Avenue, (o) 


1001 


Turk 


. (o) 


1101 


Eddy 


.1200 


vm 


Willow Avenue 






Ellis 


.1300 


1301 


Olive Avenue 




O'Farrell 


.14(HI 


1401 


Myrtle Avenue 






Geary 


.1500 


1501 


Cedar Avenue 








.1600 




Ewing Place . 




Walnut Avenue 







Sutter 


.1T(K) 


1701 


Bush 


.1800 


1801 




.1900 
.2000 




California 


200 


Sacramento 


. (0) 


210 


Clay 


. (0) 


2201 


Washington 


.2300 


2301 




.2400 
,2.=i00 




Pacific Avenue 


2501 


Broadway 


.2600 


2601 


Vallejo 


.2700 


2701 


Green 


.2800 


2801 


Union 


.2900 


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Grlsar 






Filbert . . 


.3000 


3001 


Harry Place 




Greenwich 


81(H) 


3101 


Lombard . . . 


.3200 
.3300 


3201 


Chestnut 


Co) 


Francisco 


■Mm 


(0) 


Bay 


. (0) 


3501 


NorthPoint 


. (0) 


3601 


Beach 


(0) 


3701 


.Jefferson 


. (0) 


3H01 


Tonquin 


. (0) 


8901 


Lewis 


. (e) 


(e) 



Lahaina (South S. F.), see 
Nineteentb Av South 

Laidley (Fainnount Tract), 
from S s Thirtieth bet Noe 
and Castro 

Lake, from First Av N of 
California W to City Ceme- 
tery 

Lake View Avenue (Lake 

View), from Old San Jose 

Road N W and W to Arling- 
ton Av 
Landers, from 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) 

Lapidge, 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 Sts. E. W. 

Market and Hayes ... 2 1 

Park 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 

Larkin 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 

Pine 1300 1301 

California 1400 1401 

Sacramento 1500 1501 

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 2500 2501 

Lombard 2600 2601 

Chestnut 2700 2701 

Francisco 2800 2801 

Bay 2900 2901 

North Point 3000 3001 

Beach 3100 3101 

Jefferson 3200 3201 

Tonquin (e) (e) 

Larkin Avenue, from E s 

Larkin bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 
Laskie, from N s Mission bet 
Eighth and Ninth 

Latham Place, from w s 

Mason bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 
Latona (Silver Terrace), from 
Parnassus Av S to Thornton 
Av 
Laura Place, from S s Pine 
bet Sansome and Montgom- 
ery 
Laurel, from N s California 
bet Walnut and Locust, N to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

California 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Clay 200 201 

Washington 300 301 

Jackson 400 401 

Pacific Avenue (e) (e) 

Laurel Avenue, from W s 
Larkin bet Turk and Eddy, 
W to Webster 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster (e) (e) 

Laurel Avenue (Bernal Heights) , 

see Andover Av 
Laurel Place, from W s First 
bet Folsom and Harrison, 
S W to Essex 

Laussat Avenue, from w s 

Fillmore bet Waller and 
Haight, W to Steiner 

Lawrence Place, from E s 

Fremont bet Harrison and 
Bryant 
Layton (South S. F.), from 
Silver Av E of Conkling 



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Leavenwortli, from N s 

McAllister bet Jones aud 
Hyde, X to the bay 

Cross Sis. 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 BOl 

Post 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

Rice Place 

California 1100 1101 

Acorn Alley 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Clay 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1500 1501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Lynch 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Glover 

Vallejo 1800 1801 

Merrill 

Green 1900 1901 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 2001 

Havens 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 3401 

Francisco ^500 2501 

Bay 2600 2601 

NorthPoint 2700 2701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Ledyard (late Emma), from 

Silver Av nr Scott Av, S E 

Lee (Bernal Heights), from S 
s Cortland Av nr Heath 

Lee Avenue (Lake View) , from 
Ocean Av S to Lake View Av 

Leidesdorff, from N s Pine 
Ijet Sansome and Montgom- 
ery, N 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 
Shasta and Napa 

Leonard Place, from W s 
Leavenworth bet Turk and 
Eddy 

Leroy Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 

Leasing, w of Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 

Levant, from Masonic Av S to 
San Miguel Rancho 

Lewis, from W s Polk bet 
Tonquln and the bay, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Lewis (College Homestead), 
see Trumbull 

Lewis (Fairmount Tract), 
see Addison 

Lewis Place, from W s 
Taylor bet Post and Sutter, 
"W to Jones 

Lexington Avenue (late 
Stevenson), from Sycamore 
Av bet Valencia and Mission, 
S to Twenty-flrst 

Liberty, from W s Valencia 
bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first, W to Castro 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Valencia 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 



Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro (e) (e) 

Liberty (now Clyde), from N 
s Townsend bet Third and 
Fourth 
Lick, from W s Taylor bet 

Union and Filbert 
Lick AUey, from W s First 
bet Jessie and Mission 

Lick Place, from N s Post 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
N to Sutter 
Llda Place, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
lencia, S to Sixteenth 
Liebig, from Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Lilac AUey, from S s Twenty- 
fourth l)et Howard and Mis- 
sion, S to Twenty-sixth 
Lillian, from Van Ness Av 

bet Lombard and Chestnut 
Lily Avenue, from W s Frank- 
lin bet Page and Oak, W to 
Fillmore 
Cross iSts. N. S. 

Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Fillmore (e) (e) 

Lily Terrace, from W s 

Powell bet Bush and Pine 
Lincoln, from W s Taylor bet 
Green and LTnlon, W to Leav- 
enworth 
Lincoln (Bernal Heights), see 
Blaine 

Lincoln Avenue, from Eigh- 
teenth W of Douglass, S to 
Thirty-first 
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 Ness Av bet Fell and 
Hayes, W to Webster 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Van Ness Avenue 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavia 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Webster (e) (e) 

Lippard Avenue, nr inter- 
section of Old San Jose Road 
and Castro 
Lisbon (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon 
Livingston, from Fox E of 

Barlon 
Lizzie, from Mission bet 
Eugenia and Cortland Avs, 
S E to Prospect Av 
Llewellsoi, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Lloyd, from W s Scott bet 
Ridley and Waller, W to 
Devlsadero 
Lobos (Railroad Homestead), 
W of Old San Jose Road nr 
County Line 
Lobos Square, bet Laguna, 
Webster, Chestnut and Bay 
Locust, from N s California 
bet Laurel and Spruce, N to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sis. B. W. 

California 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Clay 200 201 

Washington 300 301 

Jackson 400 401 

Pacific Avenue (e) (e) 



Locust Avenue, from w s 

Larkln bet McAllister and 
Golden Gate Av. W 
Cross .s/i. N. s. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue . .. 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia (c) (c> 

Laguna 600 601 

Loehr, W of San Bruno 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. 
(The buildings on this street 
between Kearny and Stock- 
ton are incorrectly num- 
bered). 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Battery 2 1 

Sansome 100 101 

Montgomery 200 201 

Winthrop - — 

Kearny (200) 300 301 

Good Children 

Julius 

Dupont (300) 400 401 

Stockton 500 501 

Lombard Place 

Powell 600 601 

Chambers Place 

Mason 700 701 

Newell Place 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jansen 

Taylor 800 801 

Jones 900 901 

Leavenworth 1000 1001 

Hyde 1100 1101 

Larkin 1200 1201 

Polk 1300 1301 

Van Ness Avenue . . .1400 1401 

Franklin 1500 1501 

Gough 1600 1601 

Octavia 1700 1701 

Laguna 1800 1801 

Buchanan 1900 1901 

Webster 2000 2001 

Fillmore 2100 2101 

Stelner 2200 2201 

Pierce 2300 2301 

Scott 2400 2401 

Devlsadero 2500 2501 

Broderlck 2600 2601 

Baker 2700 2701 

Lyon (e) (e> 

Lombard Place, from s & 

Lombard bet Stockton and 
Powell 
London (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Japan Ay S W 
to Amazon 
Loomis, from Islais Creek S- 

to Barneveld Av 
Lott (now a continuation of 
Central Avenue), from 
Turk W of Lyon, S to Buena 
Vista Av. (The numbers on 
the bulldiiigs, with few ex- 
ceptions, have not been 
changed). 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Buena Vista Avenue. 2 1 

Waller 

Halght 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 

Golden Gate Avenue. 900 901 

Turk (o) (o) 

Calvary Cemetery ... 
Lotta, from Sullivan bet 
Stanyan and Wlllard S to 
Woodland Av 



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Louisa Alley, from N s Ship- 
ley E of Fourth 
Louisberg, W of Old San Jose 

Road nr San Miguel 
Louisiana, from the bay bet 
Maryland and Georgia, S to 
First Av South 
Lowell (West End Home- 
stead), from Mission Road nr 
County Line S E to Bellevue 
Av 
Lower Terrace (Park Lane 
Tract), from N s Seventeenth 
nr Uranus N E and E to Ser- 
pentine Place 
Lozier (now Bartlett Alley), 
from N 8 Jackson bet Kearny 
and Dupont, N to Pacific 
Luck, from Loomis E to Or- 
leans 
Lucky (now Garfield Av) from 
S s Twenty-fourth bet Treat 
Av and Folsom, S to Twenty- 
sixth 
Lucy (now De Long Av), from 
Waller bet Masonic Av and 
Ashbury 
Lucy (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av bet Railroad Av 
and Ceres, S to Williams Av 
Lundy Lane (Bemal Heights), 
from Coso Av bet California 
and Prospect Aves, S W to 
Virginia Av 
Lusk Alley, from Clyde nr 

Townsend 
LyeU (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission Road 
from Springdale bet Rottecl£ 
and Danton 
Lynch, from W s Leaven- 
worth bet Paciflc and Broad- 
way, W to Hyde 
Lyon, from N s Haight W of 

Baker N to the bay 
Cross Sts. B. 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) 

Tonquln 3700 (0) 

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 (now Alvarado), from N s 

Sanchez bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third 
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 (Bernal Heights, 

now Franconla Av), from 

Peralta Av S E to Rutledge 

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 

Maggie AUey, from e s 

Jones bet Geary and Post 

Magner Place, from E s 

Mason bet Broadway and 

Vallejo 
Maiden Lane, from W s 

Montgomery Av bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson 
Maiden Lane (now Vulcan 

Lane), from N s Vallejo bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Main,, from S 8 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 Old 

San Jose Road nr Ocean 
View Station 

Malacca (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-third Av South 

Maiden AUey, from S s How- 
ard bet First and Second, S 
E to Tehama 

Malloy (Fairmount Tract), 
from Old San Jose Road bet 
Thirtieth and Randall 

Malta (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-fifth Av South 

Malvina Place, from w s 

Mason bet Sacramento and 
Clay 

Manchester (Bernal Heigits) , 
from Ripley Place bet Fol- 
som and Shotwell 

Mangels Avenue (Sunny Side), 
from Acadia W to Hamburg 

Manila (South S. F.), see 
Fourth Av South 

Manitoba (South S. P.), see 
Eleventh Av South 

Manning Place, from W s 
Eighth bet Market and Mis- 
sion 

ManseU (University Home- 
stead), from W s San Bruno 
Av S of Olmstead 

Mansfield (University Home- 
stead), from Burrows S to 
Dwight 



Maple, from N s California 
bet Spruce and Cherry, N to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. E. w. 

California 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Clay 200 201 

Washington 300 301 

Jackson 400 401 

Paciflc Avenue (e) (c) 

Maple Court, from N s Four- 
teenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 
Marcy Place (late Vernon 
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 Old 
San Jose Road nr Ocean View 
Station 

Margaret Court, from N s 

Turk bet Mason and Taylor 
Margaret Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Margary, from S s Alvarado 

bet Sanchez and Noe, S to 

Clipper 
Maria (now Homer), from 

Chesley bet Harrison and 

Bryant 
Marin, from the bay bet Army 

and Tulare, W to Vermont 

Marion 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 McAlllster.1300 

Seventh 1101 

City Hall Avenue 

Eighth 1201 

Larkin and Hayes 1600 

Ninth 1301 

Tenth 1401 

Polk and Fell 1700 

Eleventh 1501 



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Van Xess Av and Oak.1800 

Twelfth 1601 

Franklin and Page... 1900 

Rose Avenue 

Brady 1701 

Gough and Halght . . .2000 

Valencia 1801 

Hermann 

Octavia and Waller.. 2100 

Pearl 

Guerrero 1901 

Laguna 2200 

Thirteenth 

Buchanan 2300 

Dolores 2001 

Fourteenth 

Church 2400 2101 

Fifteenth 

Sanchez 2500 2201 

Sixteenth 

Noe 2600 2.'301 

Seventeenth 

Castro (e) (e) 

Marquesas (South S. F.), see 

Tenth Av South 
Mars (Park Lane Tract), 

from Seventeenth W of Clara 

Av 
Marshall (College Home- 
stead), from E s Mission 

Koad nr Sliver Av 
Marsily, from W s Mission 

Road bet St. Mary's Av and 

Cuvler 

Martha Place, from S s Geary 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Martin, from Thirty-first bet 

Castro and Diamond, S to 

Kent 
Martin, see Berry Place 
Martinique (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-fifth Av South 
Mary, from S s Mission bet 

Fifth and Sixth, S E to How- 
ard 
Mary (Bernal Heights), see 

"W'altham 
Mary Lane, from S s Bush 

bet Kearny and Grant Av 

Marye Terrace, from N s 
Turk bet Hvde and Larkin 

Maryland, from the bay bet 
Delaware and Louisiana, S to 
First Av South 

Mason, from N s Market bet 
Powell and Taylor, K to the 
bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Turk 2 1 

Eddy 100 101 

Ellis 200 201 

Latham Place 

Dikeman Place 

O'Farrell 300 301 

Elwood 

Geary 400 401 

Derby 

Kappeler Court 

Post 500 501 

Scheerer Place 

Sutter 600 601 

Delta Place 

Bush 700 701 

Hooker Alley • 

Pine 800" 801 

Frank Place 

California 900 901 

Sacramento 1000 1001 

Ewer Place 

Dawson Place - — - 

Malvina Place 

Clay ,...^ 1100 1101 

Truett 

Sheppard Place — — • 

Washington 1200 1201 

Jackson 1300 1301 

John 

Pacific 1400 1401 

Broadway 1500 1.501 

Magner Place 

Vallejo 1600 1601 

Green 1700 1701 

Winter's Lane 



Webb Place 

Union 1800 1801 

Kent 

Filbert 1900 1901 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2000 2001 

Montgomery Avenue 

Lombard 2100 2101 

Chestnut 2200 2201 

Water 

Francisco 2300 2301 

Vandewater 

Bay 2400 2401 

Alaska Place 

NorthPoint 2,500 2501 

Beach 2600 2601 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Masonic Avenue, from Point 
Lobos Av W of Central Av, 
S to Congress thence E to 
Albanv 
Massachusetts, from the bay 
bet New York and Delaware, 
S to First Av South 
Massasoit (Bernal Heights), 
from Franconia N W to Rut- 
ledge Av 
Mateo (Fairmount Tract), 
from Bemis S E to Old San 
.Jose Road 
Mauritius (South S. F.), see 

Twentieth Av South 
Mayflower (Bernal Heights), 
from California Av W to 
Sumner 
Mazzini, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
McAllister, from junction 
Market and Jones bet Fulton 
and Golden Gate Av, W to 
First Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Jones 2 1 

Park Avenue 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 - — 

City Hall Place 

Larkin 300 301 

Polk 400 401 

Van Ness Avenue.... 500 501 

Franklin 600 601 

Gough 700 701 

Octavla 800 801 

Laguna 900 901 

Buchanan 1000 1001 

Webster 1100 1101 

Fillmore 1200 1201 

Steiner. 1300 1301 

Pierce 1400 1401 

Scott 1500 1501 

De%-i8adero 1600 1601 

Broderick 1700 1701 

Baker 1800 1801 

Lyon 1900 1901 

Lott 2000 2001 

Masonic Avenue (c) (c) 

Masonic Cemetery... 

Parker Avenue 2,500 2501 

North Stanyan 2600 2601 

North Willard 2700 2701 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

McAllister (Visitacion Val- 
ley), see Vassalboro 
McClellan (Bernal Heights, 
now Andover Av), from Es- 
meralda Av S to Cortland Av 
McCormack, from Pacific bet 

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 (Sunny Side), 

from Congo W to Hamburg 
Mendocino (South S. F.) , from 
the bay bet Calaveras and 
Plumas. W to First Av South 
Merced (now Noe) , from Thir- 
tieth S to Laidley 
Mercer (Bernal 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 North 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) 

Merrifield, see Jordan Av 
Merrill, from W s Jones bet 
Vallejo and Green, W to 
Leavenworth 
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 

Metcalf Place (now Ewing 
Place), from W s Laguna bet 
Post and Sutter 

Metcalfe Place, from N s 

Geary bet Mason and Taylor 
Mexico (South S. F.), from 

the bay S to India Basin 
Michigan, from the bay bet 

Georgia and Illinois, S to 

First Av South 
Michigan Avenue (late Meares) , 

from N s Point Lobos Av bet 

Jordan and First Avs 

MichiganAvenue,from Mich- 
igan bet Shasta and Sierra, 
W to Illinois 

Middle, from N s Pine bet 
Webster and Fillmore, N to 
California 

Midway, from N s Francisco 
bet Dupont and Stockton, N 
to Bay 

Miguel (Fairmount Tract) , 
from Bemis S E to Old San 
Jose Road 

Miguel (now San Miguel), 
from S 8 Ocean Av nr Old 
San Jose Road 

Miguel Avenue (Stanford 
Heights), from Stanford 
Heights Av to Fowler Av 

Miles Court, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Miles Place, from N s Sac- 
r.imento bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Miller Place, from S s Folsom 

bet Fourth and Fifth 

MiUiken, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Mills Place, from W s Grant 
Av bet Post and Sutter 

Milton (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), from W s Mission 
Road nr Silver Av 

Milton (now Crystal), W of 
Old San Jose Road nr County 
Line 

Milton Avenue (Sunny Side), 
from Circular Av W 

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Minerva (now Eighteenth), 
from Uranus S of Seven- 
teenth 
Minna, from W s First bet 

Mission and Howard, S W 
Cross Sts. 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 

Euss 

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 

Fifteenth (e) (e) 

Minnesota, from South bet 
Tennessee and Indiana, S to 
Tulare 
Minnie, see Tremont Av 
Minot (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 
Miramar Avenue (lake View), 
from Ocean Av S to Lake 
View Av 
Mission, from the bay bet 
Howard and Market, S W 
and S to intersection with 
Mission or County Road 
Qoss Sts. 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 900 901 

Mint Avenue 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Mission Alley 

Julia 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Laskie 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Washington Avenue . 

Grand Avenue 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayette 

Potter 

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 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 2501 



Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-flfth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Serpentine Avenue.. 

Army 

Precita Avenue 3101 

Powell Avenue 

Valencia 3200 

Fair Avenue 

Tiffany Place 

Twenty-ninth 3300 

Virginia Avenue 

Godeus 

Thirtieth 3400 

Mission or County Road, 

from termination of Mission 
S W to County Line 
Mission Alley, from N s Mis- 
sion bet Seventh and Eighth 
to .Jessie 
Mission Avenue, see Dear- 
born Place 
Mission Court, from Mission 
bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Mission Ocean Road, from 
nr junction Twenty-second 
and Douglass S W to Ocean 
Av 
Mississippi, from Sixteenth 
bet Pennsylvania and Texas, 
S to Tulare 
Missouri, from Sixteenth bet 
Texas and Connecticut, S to 
Tulare 
Mohawk Avenue (West End 
Tract), N W s Mission Road 
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 Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 
Montcalm (Bernal Heights), 

from Isabel nr Wolfe, S W 
Montenegro (South S. F.), 

see Third Av South 
Montezuma (Bernal Heights), 
from Coso Av E to Shotwell 
Montgomery, from N s Mar- 
ket bet Sansome and Kearny, 
N 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 1500 1501 

Lombard 1600 1601 

Chestnut 1700 1701 

Francisco 1800 1801 

Bay (e) (e) 

Montgomery Avenue, from 

junction Montgomery and 
Washington, N W to Beach 
Cross Sis. 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 Place 

Taylor 

Chestnut 1000 1001 

Houston ^ 

Francisco 1100 1101 

Jones 

Bay 1200 1201 

NorthPoint 1300 1301 

Leavenworth 

Beach (e) (e) 

Montgomery Court, from w 

s Montgomery bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Montgomery Place, from W 

s Montgomery bet Union and 

Filbert 
Monticello (Citv Land Ass'n 

Tract), W of Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Moore, from N s Union bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Moore Place, see Torrens 

Court 
Morey AUey, from N s Broad- 
way bet Stockton and Powell, 

N to Vallejo 
Morrell Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin, 

N to Broadway 
Morris Avenue (late Park 

Avenue), from S s Harrison 

bet Fifth and Sixth, S E to 

Bryant 
Morse, from Mission Road nr 

County Line 
Morse (now St. George Alley), 

from N s Bush W of Kearny 
Morse Place, from S s Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 

Hyde 
Morton, from W s Kearny bet 

Geary and Post.W to Stockton 
Morton (now Olean), E of 

San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Moscow (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W 

to Amazon 
Moss, from S s Howard bet 

Sixth and Seventh, S E to 

Folsom 
Moss Avenue, from Caselli 

Av W to Corbett Av 
Moulton, from W s Buchanan 

•bet Greenwich and Lombard. 

W to Steiner 
Moulton Avenue (Smmy Side, 

now Hearst Av), from Cir- 
cular Av W to Hamburg 
Moulton Place, from W s 

Montgomery bet Green and 

Union 
Moultrie (Bernal Heights), 

from North Av nr Coso Av 

S to Crescent Av 

Mount Vernon Avenue, from 

Old San Jose Road nr San 
Miguel 

Mountain Spring Avenue 

(Clarendon Heights), from 
Lincoln Av W to San Miguel 
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Mulford AUey, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Bush and Pine 
Munich (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W 
to France Av 
Mjnrtle Avenue, from W s 
Larkin bet OTarrell and 
Geary, "VY to Laguna 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue ... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gougb 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

N, from Seventh Av S of M 

W to the ocean 
N South, from First Av South 
S W to Twenty-ninth Av 
South 
Naglee Avenue ("West End 
Tract), from Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 
Napa (now Twentieth), from 
the bay bet Nineteenth and 
T wenty-flr8t,W to Potrero Av 
Napier Alley, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 

1 (Excelsior Home- 
"stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon 
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 (c) (c) 

Fourth tc) (c) 

Fifth 400 401 

Mary 

Sixth 500 501 

Kuss 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth 900 901 

Eleventh 1000 1001 

Lafayette 

Twelfth (c) (c) 

Thirteenth (c) (c) 

Fourteenth 1300 1301 

Fifteenth (e) (e) 

Nebraska (now San Bruno 
Av), from Channel bet Ver- 
mont and Utah, S to Colusa 
Nebraska (Bemal Heights), 
from Powhattan S to Cort- 
land Av 
Nebraska (South S. F.), see 

Waterville 
Neptune (Park Lane Tract), 

from ApoHo "VV to Ashbury 
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 (now Norfolk), from 
S s Folsom bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth 
Nevada Avenue (Bemal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av bet 
Prentiss and Rosecrans, S to 
Crescent Av 
New Anthony, see Anthony 
New Channel, see Division 
New Market (Stanford Heights, 
now Army), from Bellevue 
AV to Fowler 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 Road 
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 Place, from N s Lom- 
bard 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 8 Mission Road nr 
Silver Av 
Niagara Avenue (West End 
Tract), N AV s Mission Road 
nr County Line 
Nicaragua (South S. F.), see 

Forty-fifth Av South 
Nineteenth, from the bay 
bet Eighteenth and Twen- 
tieth, W. (The inside column 
shows the new numbers 
from Harrison W in accord- 
ance with the extension of 
the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Harrison (3100) 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (3200) 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard (3300) 200 201 

Capp 

Mission (.3400) 300 301 

San Carlos Avenue.. 

Stevenson 

Valencia (3500) 400 401 

Lapidge 

Angelica 

Guerrero (3600) 500 501 

Dolores (3700) (c) (c) 

Church (.3800) 700 701 

Sanchez (3900) 800 801 

Noe (4000) 900 901 

Hartford 

Castro (4100) 1000 1001 

Collingwood 

Diamond (4200) 1100 1101 

Eureka 

Douglass (4300) 1200 1201 

Nineteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Nineteenth Avenue South, 

from Islais Creek S E to 

AVater Front 
Ninth, from S s Market bet 

Eighth and Tenth, S E to 

Channel 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Ringold • 

Harrison 400 401 

McLea Court 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Channel (e) (e) 



Ninth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to P 
Ninth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to AVater Front 
Noble, from Hubbell nr Sixth 

S E to South 

Noble's Alley, from E s 

Dupont bet Union and Filbert 

Noe, from S s Thirteenth bet 

Sanchez and Castro, S to 

Laldley 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Ridley 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Beaver • 

Sixteenth I!'.'. ■.■/.■. '.'.'■. 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

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 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Jersey 

Twenty-flfth, 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 

Nolan, from W s Steiner bet 

Green and Union 
Noonan Alley, see Sunshine 

Court 
Noonan's Place (now Church 

Avenue), from S s A^allejo 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Norfolk (late Nevada), from 

S s Folsom bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth. S E to Harrison 
Norma (Clarendon Heights), 

from junction Lincoln and 

St. Germain Avs S 
Norman, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
North Avenue (Bemal Heights), 

from Coso Av S AV to Holly 

Park Av 
North Point, from the bay 

bet Bay and Beach, AV to 

Presidio Reservation 
North Stanyan, from N s 

Fulton bet Parker Av and 

North A\'lllard 
North Willard, from N s 

Fulton bet Stanyan and First 

Av N to Turk 
Norton (Academy Tract), 

from N AV s Mission Road 

bet Harrington and Bauer 
Norton Court (now Langton), 

from N E 8 Brannan bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Norton Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Montgomery and 
Sansome 

Norwich (Bernal Heights), 
see Stoneman 

Nye (South S. F.), E of San 
Bruno Av nr Islais Creek 

0, from Eighth Av S of N, W 
to the ocean 

O'Connell Place, from N s 
Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 



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117 



O'Farrell, from junction Mar- 
ket and Grant Av bet Ellis 

, and Geary, W to Calvary 
Cemetery 

Cross Sl.1. N. S. 

Market and Grant Av 2 1 

Bagley Place 

Julia Court 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Carlos Place 

Elwood 

Mason 300 301 

Eaphael Place 

Taylor 400 401 

William 

Jones 500 501 

Leavenworth 600 601 

Ada Court 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue 1000 1001 

Franklin 1100 1101 

Gough 1200 1201 

Octavia 1300 1301 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

Hollls 

AVebster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Steiner 1800 1801 

Pierce 1901 

Scott 2000 2001 

Devisadero 2100 2101 

Broderlck 2200 2201 

St Joseph's Avenue., (e) (e) 

O'Farrell Alley, see Elwood 

Oak, from junction Market 
and Van Ness Av bet Page 
and Fell, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

M'k't & Van Ness Av 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavia 300 801 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

"Webster 600 601 

Fillmore 700 701 

Steiner 800 801 

Pierce 900 901 

Scott 1000 1001 

Devisadero 1100 1101 

Broderick 1200 1201 

Baker (o) 1.301 

Lyon (o) 1401 

Lott (0) 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 s Eighteenth 
In't Guerrero and Dolores 

Ocean Avenue, from Mission 
Road 14 mile S of Silver Av, 
W to the ocean 

Ocean Boulevard, from nr 

termination Point Lobos Av 
along the ocean beach S to 
nr County Line 

Ocean House Road, see Ocean 

Av 

Ocean Road (now View 

Avenue), from nr junction 

Twenty-second and Douglass 

S W 

Ocean Terrace, from Point 

Lobos Av nr Cliff House 

Octavia, from N s Market bet 

Gough and Laguna, N to Bay 

Cross Sis. B. W. 

Market and Waller . . 2 1 

Haight 100 101 

Kose 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 

Pine 1800 1801 

California 1900 , 1901 

Sacramento (c) (c) 

Lafayette Park 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2500 2501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Grisar 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3201 

Francisco 3300 3301 

Bay (e) (e) 

Ohio (South S. F.), from the 
bay nr Virginia S to First Av 
South 
Ohio Place (late Prescott), 

from N s Pacific bet San- 
some and Montgomery, N to 
Broadway 
Old Hickory (Bemal Heights), 
from San Bruno Av W to 
Andover Av 

Old San Jose Road (or San 

Jose Avenue), from junction 
Chenery and Castro S W to 
County Line 
Olean (late Morton), E of San 

Bruno Av nr Islais Creek 
Olive Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kin bet Ellis and O'Farrell, 
W to Steiner 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiner (e) (e) 

Olive Court, from S s Union 

bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Oliver (West End Home- 
stead), from Mission Koad 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 (Park Lane Tract), 
from N s Seventeenth nr 
Ashbury 



Oneida Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel 

Oneida Place, from S s Sacra- 
mento bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Onondaga Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel 

Opal Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Golden Gate Av and 
Turk 

Opera Alley, from N s Mission 
bet Third and Fourth 

Ophir 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 St,s. 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 Old 
San Jose Road nr County 
Line 

Orleans, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Orsenius, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Osage (South S. F.), see I 
South 

Osage Alley, from Twenty- 
tourth bet Mission and Bart- 
lett, S to Twenty-sixth 

Osborne (late Eureka), from 
Sixteenth W of Castro 

Oscar Alley, from N s Clem- 
entina bet First and Second 

Otis Place, see Folsom Ave- 

Otsego Avenue (West End 

Tract), E of Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel 
Ottilia, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Ottowa Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Old San Jose 
Road 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 Larkin is 
called Pacific Av) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Silver Star Place 

Sansome 400 401 

Prescott 

Montgomery 500 .501 

Kearny 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Lozier 

Dupont 700 701 

Pacific Place 

Sullivan Alley 

Ellick Alley 

Stockton 800 801 

Virginia Place 

Trenton 

Powell 900 901 

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Scott Place 

Mason 1000 1001 

Auburu 

Salmon 

Hlmmelmann Place . . — — 

Taylor 1100 1101 

.Tones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Burgoyne Place 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Morrell Place 

McCormack 

Fort Place 

Larkin (e) (e) 

Pacific Alley, from S s Broad- 
way bet Dupont and Stockton 
Pacific Avenue, continuation 
of Pacific Street from Larkin 
to Presidio Keservation. 
(The numbers commence at 
1500, a continuation of the 
numbers on the street.) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Ness Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavla 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 2.501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devisadero 2800 2801 

Broderlck 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut 3300 3301 

Laurel (o) 3401 

Locust (o) 3501 

Pacific Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Page, from junction Market 

and Franklin b'et Haight and 

Oak, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N. .s. 

Market and Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster .500 501 

Fillmore 600 601 

Steiner 700 701 

Pierce 800 801 

Scott 900 901 

Devisadero 1000 1001 

Broderick 1100 1101 

Baker 1200 1201 

Lyon 1300 1301 

Lott 1400 1401 

Masonic Avenue 1.500 1501 

Ashbury 1600 1601 

Clayton 1700 1701 

Cole 1800 1801 

Shrader 1900 1901 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Palmer (Fail-mount Tract), 

from Bartlett S E to Chenery 

Palmetto Avenue, from Old 
San Jose Koad nr County 
Line 

Paraguay (South S. F.). see 
Fourteenth Av South 

Pardee Alley, from w s 

Dupont bet Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Paris (Excelsior Homestead), 
from Japan Av S W to Ama- 
zon 

Park Avenue (now City Hall 
Avenue), from S s McAllister 
nr Leavenworth, S W to Lar- 
kin 

Park Avenue (now Morris 

Avenuej. from Harrison bet 
Fifth and Sixth to Bryant 



Park Avenue (Bernal Heights), 

see Holly Park Av 
Park Avenue (Flint Tract), 

see Buena Vista Av 

Park Avenue (now Llppard 

Avenue), nr intersection of 

Old San Jose Road and Castro 
Park Hill Avenue,from Buena 

Vista Av W of South Brod- 
erlck 
Park Lane (Park Lane Tract), 

now continuation of Ashbury 
Park Lane, from W s Second 

bet Bryant 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 Point 

Lobos Av nr Johnston Av, S 

to Fulton 
Parnassus Avenue (Silver 

Terrace, now Bay View), 

from W s Railroad Av nr 

Eighteenth Av South 
Patterson, E of San Bruno Av 

from Flower N 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 Old San 

Jose Road bet Jarnac and 

Havelock 
PeabOdy (late Byrne), W of 

San Bruno A v nr County Line 
Pearl, from S s Market bet 

Hermann and Guerrero. S to 

Thirteenth 
Pelham, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Crci-k 

Pennsylvania Avenue, from 

Sixteenth lict liiwa and Mis- 
sissipiil, S to Tulare 
Penobscot (South S F.), see 

H South 

Peralta Avenue, from Hol- 

laday Av S W and S to Union 

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 Sis. N. s. 

Vassar Place 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth (e) (e) 

Persia Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
Road S of Brazil Av 
PfeiflFer, from W s Dupont bet 
Chestnut and Francisco, W 
to Stockton 
Piedmont (Flint Tract), from 

Masonic Av nr Congress 
Pierce, from N s Waller bet 
Steiner and Scott, N. to the 
bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Waller 2 1 

Haight 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak 300 301 

Fell 400 401 

Hayes (c) (c) 

Alamo Square 

Fulton 700 701 

McAllister 800 801 

GoIdenGate Avenue. 900 901 
Turk 1000 1001 



Eddy 1100 1101 

Ellis 1200 1201 

O'Farrell (c) (c) 

Geary (c) (c) 

Hamilton Square 

Post 1500 1501 

Sutter 1600 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Pine 1800 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Perine Place 

Sacramento 2000 2001 

Clay (c) (c) 

Alta Plaza 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2500 2501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Regli Place 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3201 

Francisco 3300 3301 

Bay 3400 3401 

North Point 3500 3501 

Beach 3600 3601 

Jefferson 3700 3701 

Tonquin 3800 3801 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Pike, see Waverly Place 
Pinckney Place, from N s 

Broadway bet Kearny and 
Dupont, N to Vallejo 
Pine, from junction Market 

and Davis bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia, W to Central Av 

Cross S(s. N. S. 

Market and Davis 2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery xm 201 

Sansome 300 301 

Leidesdorfl 

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 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Jones 1100 1101 

Touchard Alley 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Larkin 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Ness Avenue 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavia 1900 1901 

Laguna 20(X) 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Middle 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devisadero 2700 2701 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon 3000 3001 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Pine Place (late Jane Place), 
from N s Pine bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Fink Alley, from Pearl bet 
Market and Ridley 



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Madison 

PiOChe Alley, from N s Sacra- 
mento nr Stockton 

Pioneer Park, bet Mont- 
gomery, Kearny, Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Pioneer Place, from W s 
Fourth bet Market and Jes- 
sie 

Piper Alley, from Ecker bet 
Mission and .Jessie 

Pixley, 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 
Congress 

Plsmiouth (Railroad Home- 
stead, now Plymouth Av) 

Plymouth Avenue (Lake 
View), from Ocean Av S to 
Old San Jose Koad 

Plymouth Avenue (now High- 
land Av), from Mission nr 
West Av E to Holly Park Av 

Pocahontas (Bernal Heights, 
now Moultrie), from Iforth 
Av S to Esmeralda Av 

Point Lotoos Avenue, from 

Central Av at termination of 
Geary, W to the ocean 

Polk, from N s Market bet 
Larkln and Van Xess Av, N 
to the bay 

Cross Sis. 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 TOO TOl 

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 

Pine 1400 1401 

California 1500 1501 

Sacramento 1600 1601 

Clay 1700 1701 

Washington 1800 1801 

.Jackson 1900 1901 

Pacific Avenue 2000 2001 

Broadway 2100 2101 

Vallejo 2200 2201 

Bonita 

Green 2300 2301 

"Union 2400 2401 

Filbert 2500 2501 

Greenwich 2600 2601 

Lombard 2700 2701 

Chestnut 2800 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- 
le.1o bet Kearny and Dupont 

Pollock (Soutli S. F.), from 
Twenty-fourth Av South nr 
the bay, S W to County Line 

Pomona (Silver Terrace), 
from Parnassus Av S to 
Thornton Av 

Pond, from S s Sixteenth bet 
Sanchez and Noe, S to Sev- 
enteenth 

Pope, from Mission Road nr 
County Line 

Poplar Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and San 
Jose Av, S to Twenty-sixth 

Porter (Bernal Heights), from 
S s Crescent Av bet Bache 
and Roscoe 

Porter Avenue (West End 
Tract), W of Mission Roadnr 
County Line 

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 Sts. 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 

Larkln 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ness Avenue. . . .1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1801 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1.500 1.501 

"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 2301 

Erkson Court 

Broderlck 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon 2600 2601 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Post Office Place, see Custom 

House Place 
Potomac (South S. F.), see R 

South 

Potrero Avenue, from Chan- 
nel bet Utah and Hampshire, 
S to Twenty-sixth. (This 
avenue will be extended to 
the County Line) 
Potter (now Twelfth), from S 
s Market bet Eleventh and 
Brady, S E to Mission 
Powell, from N s Market bet 
Stockton and Mason, N to the 
bay 
Cross Sts. E. w. 

Market and Eddy — 2 1 

Ellis 100 101 

O'Farrell 200 201 

Geary (o) 801 

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 1300 1301 

Broadway 1400 1401 

Valleio 1500 1501 

Green 1600 1601 

Union (o) 1701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Filbert 1800 1801 

Greenwich 1900 1901 

Lombard 2000 2001 

Chestnut 2100 2101 

Francisco 2200 2201 

Vande water 

Bay 2300 2301 

North Point 2400 2401 

Beach 2500 2501 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Powell Avenue, from Mission 
nr Twenty-ninth, S E to Cali- 
fornia Av 
Powhattan (Bernal Heights) , 
from Holladay Av W to 
North Av 
Prague (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from China Av bet 
Munich and Dublin 
Pratt Place, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell 
Precita Avenue (Bernal 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 (late Ohio), 
from S s Valle.1o bet Sansome 
and Montgomery 

President (Flint Tract) , from 
Flint N to Albany 

Presidio, from E s Baker bet 
Filbert and Greenwich 

Presidio Road, from termina- 
tion Central Av through 
Presidio KeserVatlon 

Preston Place(now Converse) , 
from S W s Bryant bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

Price Row, from S s Union 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Priest, from S s Washington 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Prim, from Old San Jose Road 
nr County Line 

Princeton (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Mansell 

Pringle Court, from N s Green- 
wich bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 

Prospect Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), from Coso Av S "R 
to Cortland Av 

Prospect Place, from s s ciay 
bet Stockton and Powell, S 
to Pine 

Cross Sts. W.^^ E. 

Sacramento!'.!!'.].... 100 101 

California 200 201 

Pine (e) (e) 

Prospect Place (Bernal Heights) , 

see Ripley Place 
Prosper, from S s Sixteenth 
bet Sanchez and Noe, S to 
Seventeenth 




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Pulaski (Bernal Heights, 
now Prentiss), fi-om Cort- 
land Ay bet Banks and Ne- 
vada Av 

Putnam (Bernal Heights) , 
from S s 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- 
fii'^t bet Dolores and Fair 
Oaks, S to Twenty-fourth 

Quincy, from N s Pine bet 
Kearnv and Dupont, N to 
California 

Quincy Place, see Bacon PI 

Quinn (now Clinton Park), 
fr(jm Valencia bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth, W to Guerrero 

E, from Tenth Av S of Q, W 



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R South, from Islais S W to 
Twentieth Av South 

Railroad Avenue (South s. F.), 

from First Av South S ^V to 
San Bruno Av 

Railroad Avenue (now Pal- 
metto Av), from Old San 
Jose i;oad nr County Line 

Railroad Avenue (now Barne- 
veld Av). fi'om Islais Creek 
S to Silver Av 

Railway Avenue, from E s 

Dolcjres liet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth 
Ralston (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), W of Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Ramsell (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). W of Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Randall (Fairmount Tract), 

from Mission S of Thirtieth 

W to Palmer 

Randall Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 
Randolph (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). W of Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Raphael Place, from N s 

O'Farrell bet Mason and 

Taylor 
Rausch, from S s Howard bet 

Seventh and Eighth, S E to 

Folsom 
Reagan Place, from S s Geary 

l)et Powell and Mason 
Redfield AUey, from W s 

Taylor bet I'nionand 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 s Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 

Regli Place, from E s Pierce 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Reservoir, from N s Market 
bet Ridley and Fourteenth, 
W to Church 

Rey, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Rhine, W of Old San Jose 
Road nr County Line 

Rhode Island, from Eighth 
bet De Haro and Kansas, S to 
Bourlion 

Rice, from Old San Jose Road 
nr County Line 

Eice Place, from E s Leaven- 
worth bet Pine and California 



Richland Avenue, from And- 

over Av nr Crescent Av, W 
to Old San Jose Road 
Richmond (now Halleck) 
Richmond Avenue, from Wil- 
liamson bet Point Lobes Av 
and California. W to First Av 
Richter, W of Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel Station 
Rickard, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr Islais Creek 
Ridley, now a continuation 
of Thirteenth, from Mission 
W to Buena Vista Av {The 
inside column shows the 
new numbers now being 
placed on the buildings) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Mission (300) 2 1 

Stevenson 

Valencia (400) 100 101 

Elgin Park Avenue. 

Pearl 

Guerrero (500) 200 201 

Market 

Buchanan 

Dolores (600) 301 

Church (TOO) 400 401 

Fillmore 

Belcher 

Sanchez (800) 501 

Stelner 

Walter 

Noe (900) 601 

Scott 

Castro (1000) 701 

Devisadero 

Alpine 

Buena Vista Avenue (e) (e) 
Riggs, E of San Bruno Av nr 

islais Creek 
Riley, see Pleasant 
Rincon Avenue, from E s 
Second bet Brannan and 
Townsend 
Rincon Court, from W s Main 

liet Folsom and Harrison 
Rincon Place, from S s Harri- 
son bet First and Second. S E 
to Bryant 
Ringold, from W s Eighth 

liet Folsom and Harrison 
Ripley Place (Bercal Heights), 
from Peralta Av S of Rut- 
ledge Av, W to Shotwell 
RitCh, from S s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Townsend 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Folsom 2 1 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Bryant 200 201 

Brannan 300 301 

Townsend (e) (e) 

Ritter (now Langton), from S 
s Harrison bet Seventh and 
Eighth 
Rivoli Avenue, from Cole nr 

Alma Av, W to Stanyan 
Roach, from N s Filbert bet 
Taylor and Jones. N to 
Greenwich 
Eoanoake (Fairmount Tract), 
from Bemis S E to Old San 
Jose Road 
Rockland (late Brady Place), 
from E s Larkin bet Green 
and Union 
Rodney (now Ecker), from N 
s 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 Lincoln 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 
^^lencia 



Roscoe (Bernal Heights), 
from Crescent Av nr Porter 
Rose (now Salem), from Cres- 
cent Av S E to Case 
Rose (Fairmount Tract), see 

Natick 
Rose (now Danvers), from 

Corbett Av to Caselli Av 
Rose Alley, from W s New 
Montgomery bet Jessie and 
Mission 
Rose Avenue, from N s Mar- 
ket bet Haight and Page, W 
to Fillmore 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Fillmore (e) (e) 

Rose Place, from E s Taylor 

bet Eddy and Ellis 
Rose Terrace, from Twenty- 
fourth nr Dolores 
Eosecrans (Bemal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av S to 
Powhattan 
Eoselyon Avenue, from W s 

Fifteenth Av bet California 

and Clement to Sixteenth Av 
Eoss Alley, see Stout's Alley 
Eotteck (Spring Valley Homesiead), 

W of Mission Road nr Silver 

Av 
Eousseau (Spring Valley 

Homestead). W of Mission 

Road, nr Silver Av 
Eowland (now St. Charles 

Place), from S s Broadway 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 

and from E s Kearny N of 

Pacific 

Eushton Place, from S s 

Brannan bet Third and 

Fourth 
Euss, from S s Minna bet 

Sixth and Seventh, S E to 

Folsom 
Euss Alley, from N s Bush 

l)et Montgomery and Kearny, 

N to Pine 
Eussell, from W s Hyde bet 

Green and Union 
Eussia Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead), from Mission 

Road nr Persia Av 
Eutland, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 

Eutledge Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from Holladay Av 

W to Alabama 
S, from Eleventh Av S of R, 

AV 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 Sis. N. S. 

Market and East 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Webb 

Kearny TOO 701 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Oneida Place 

Brooklyn Place 

Stockton 900 901 

Stephens Court 

Prospect Place 

Miles Place 

Powell 1000 1001 

Hanover Place 

Mason 1100 1101 



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Terba Buena 

Cushman 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Lysett Place 

Leroy Place 

Golden Court 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Kimball Place 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue. . . .1800 1801 

Pranklju 1900 1901 

Crough (o) 2001 

Octavia (o) 2101 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner 2600 2601 

Pierce 2700 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

De vlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 8101 

Lyon .3200 3201 

Central Avenue 3300 3801 

AValnut 8400 3401 

Laurel 3500 8501 

Locust 8600 3601 

Spruce 3700 8701 

Maple 8800 3801 

Cherry 3900 8901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Sadowa (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of Old San .Jose 
Road nr County Line 
Sagamore (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of Old San Jose 
Road 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, X to 
Broadway 

Salome, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Salvador (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-second Av South 

Samoset (Bernal Heights), 
from Francoula Av K "W to 
Peralta Av 

San Antonio (la'e St. Charle ), 
from W s Kearny bet Vallejo 
and Green, and from Jf s Val- 
lejo bet Kearnv and Dupont 

San Bruno Avenue, from 
Channel bet Utah and Ver- 
mont, S to County Line 

San Bruno Avenue (West 

End Tract), see Concord Av 

San Carlos Avenue (late 
Jessie), from Sycamore Av 
bet Mission and Valencia, S 
to Twenty-first 
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 
Cross S/s. W. E. 

Twenty-second 2 1 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 100 101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 200 201 

Twenty-flf th 300 801 

Twenty-sixth 400 401 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 500 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 600 

Guerrero 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 700 701 

Day 

Thirtieth 800 801 



San Miguel (late Miguel), 
from S s Ocean Av nr Old 
San Jose Road 

San Miguel Road (now Cor- 
bett Av) 

Sanchez, from S s Thirteenth 

bet Church and Noe, S to 
Palmer 

Cross Sts. W. E 

Ridley 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Market 

Sixteenth 300 .301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Borland 

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 1800 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1.500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Sansome, from N s Market 
bet Battery and Montgomery, 
I\ to the bay 

Cross Sts E. W. 

Market and Sutter. . . 2 1 

Bush 100 101 

Pine 200 201 

California 800 301 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 401 

Commercial 

Clay 500 501 

Merchant 

Washington 600 601 

Jackson 700 701 

Gold 

Pacific 800 801 

St. Vincent's Alley. . . 

Broadway 900 901 

Vallejo 1000 1001 

Green 1100 1101 

Union 1200 1201 

Alta 

Filbert 1300 1301 

Greenwich 1400 1401 

Lombard 1500 1501 

Chestnut 1600 1601 

Francisco (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- 

steaa), from La Grande Av 

nr Woolsey 
Saratoga Court, from N s 

Geary bet Hyde and Larkin 
W of Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Saturn (Park Lane Tract), 

from Serpentine Road 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 
Schiller (now De Long), W 

of Old San Jose Road nr 

County Line 
Schneider, E of San Bruno 

Av nr Islais Creek 
Scholl Place, from S s Vallejo 

bet Powell and Mason 

School House Place, from 

Turk bet Buchanan and 
Webster 
Schuyler (Bernal Heights, 
now Nevada Av), from S s 
Cortland Av bet Putnam and 
Prentiss 
Schwerin, 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 Sts. E. W. 

Ridley 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 8300 3801 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3500 3301 

North Point 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Scott (Bernal Heights), see 

Bennington 
Scott Avenue, from Silver Av 

S E to Thornton Av 
Scott Place, from N s Pacific 
bet Powell and Mason, N to 
Broadway 
Sears (West End' Tract), 
from Sherman 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 

Folsom 300 301 

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Second— Cont'd. 

Harrison 400 401 

Silver 

Bryant 500 501 

Park Lane 

Federal 

South Park 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 601 

Rincon Avenue 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry (e) (e) 

Second Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to .1 

Second Avenue (now Albion 

Av). from E s Fifteenth bet 
Valencia and Guerrero, S to 
Seventeenth 

Second Avenue South, from 

Islais S E to Water Front 
Sellna Place, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Seneca Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Old San Jose 
Road nr San Miguel 

Serpentine Place (Park Lane 
Tract), from Serpentine Road 
nr Seventeenth 

Serpentine Eoad (Park Lane 
Tract, now Temple), from X s 
Seventeenth "\V of Clara Av 

Servia (South S. F.), see 
Thirteenth Av South 

Seventeenth, from the bay 

bet Sixteenth and Mariposa, 
^V to Stanyan. (The inside 
column shows the new num- 
bers from Harrison "W in 
accordance with the exten- 
sion of the street to the bay. i 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Harrison (3000) 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (3100) 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard (3200) 200 201 

Capp 

Mission (.3300) 300 301 

Hoff Avenue 

Valencia (3400) 400 401 

Albion Avenue 

Dearborn Place 

Guerrero (3.500) .500 501 

Dolores (3600) 600 601 

Alemanv . 

Church (3700) 700 701 

Dehou 

Hardv 

Sanchez (380(_l) 800 801 

Prosper 

Pond 

Xoe (3900) 900 901 

Alarket 

Castro.. '.'.;'.".!! (4000) 1000 1001 

Collingwood 

Diamond (4100) 1100 1101 

Eureka 

Douglass (4200) 1200 1201 

Clara Avenue 

Seventeenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Seventeenth Avenue South, 

from Islais Creek S E to 
"\Vater Front 
Seventh, from S s Market 
^^ bet Sixth and Eighth, S E 
Cross S/s. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

.Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Satoma 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Drury Lane 

Cleveland 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Belmont Place 



Brannan 600 fiOl 

Townsend 7(X) 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Seventh Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 
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 liet Scott and De- 
visaderc. X to Turk 

Shakespeare, from Old San 

.Jose Road nr County Line 

Shakespeare (Bernal Heigbts), 

from Isabel S to Rutledge Av 

Sharon, from Fifteenth bet 
Church and Sanchez 

Sharp Place, from S s Union 
bet Leavenworth and Hvde 

Shasta (now Twenty-first), 
from the bav bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first, 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 fi s Tenth bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Sherman, from S s Folsom 

bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 

to Harrison 
Sherman (now Collingwood) , 

from S 8 Seventeenth bet 

Castro and Diamond. S to 

Twenty-second 
Sherman (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), see Garfield 

Sherman Avenue (West End 

Tract), from S E s Old San 
.Jose Road nr County Line 

Sherwood Place, from E s 

Third bet Missionand Howard 
Shields (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), W of Old San .Jose 
Road nr County Line 
Ship (South S.F.),from Fifth 
Av South nr the bay. S W to 
County Line 
Shipley, from E of Fifth bet 
Folsom and Harrison. S W to 
Seventh 
Short, from Eagle to Falcon 

Av 
Shotwell, from S s Fourteenth 
l)et Folsom and Howard, S to 
Esmeralda Av 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Fourteenth 2 1 

Fifteenth 100 101 

Sixteenth 200 201 

Seventeenth 300 301 

Eighteenth 400 401 

Xineteenth .500 501 

Twentieth 600 601 

Twentv-tirst 700 701 

Twentv-secon'l 800 801 

Twentv-third 900 901 

Twentv-fourth 1000 1001 

Twentv-iifth 1100 1101 

TwentV-sixth 1200 1201 

Army 1300 1301 

Shrader, from Fulton bet Cole 
and Stanyan, S to Frederick 
Sickles Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Old San .Jose 
Road nr County Line 
Siegel (Bernal Heights, now 
Gates), from Esmeralda Av 
S to Cortland Av 
Sierra (now Twenty-second), 
from the bay bet Twenty- 
first and Hiimboldt, W to 
Potrero Av 
Silliman (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
S of Silver Av 



Silver, from W s Second bet 
HaiTisoii 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 Road 

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. (The inside 
column shows the new num- 
bers from Harrison W in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sts. N. .S. 

Harrison (2700) 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (2800) 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard (2900) 200 201 

Capp 

Mission (3000) 300 :301 

Llda Place 

Hoff Avenue 

.Julian Avenue 

Rondel Place 

Caledonia Alley 

Valencia (3100) 400 401 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero (3200) 500 501 

Grant Alley 

Dolores (3300) 600 601 

Church ...,....(3400) 700 701 

Dehon. 

Hardv 

Sanchez (3500) 800 801 

Prosper 

Pond 

Market 

Xoe (3600) 900 901 

Castro (3700) 1000 1001 

Sixteenth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 
Sixteenth Avenue South, 

from S South S E to AVater 

Front 
Sixth, from S s Market bet 

Fifth and Seventh, S E 
Cross Sts. S.W. N.E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

.Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

X'atoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Shipley 

Clara 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Sixth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to K 

Sixth Avenue South, from 

Islais S E to Water Front 
Solano (now Eighteenth), 
from the bay bet Mariposa 
and X'ineteenth, W to Harrl- 

Somerset ^University Home- 
stead), from S 8 Silver Av 
W of Goettingen 

t (now Twenty-fourth), 
from the bav bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fifth, W to 
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Sonoma Place (now San An- 
tonio), 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 County 

Road, from Crescent Av to 
Holly Park Av 
South Broderlck (Flint Tract), 
from Buena Vista Av S to 
Park Hill Av 
South Park, from W s Second 
bet Bryant and Brannan, S W 
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 Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Spencer Alley, from N s 
Sixteenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 
Spofiford, from N s Clay bet 
Dupont- and Stockton, N to 
Washington 
Spreckels, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Spreckels Avenue (Sunny Side) , 

from Circular Av W 
Spring, from S s California 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Spring, see Louisberg 
Springdale (Spring Valley 
Homestead), from W s Mis- 
sion Road S of Bosworth 
Spruce, from N s California 
bet Locust and Maple, N to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

California 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Clay 200 201 

Washington 300 301 

.Jackson 400 401 

Pacific Avenue (e) (e) 

St. Charles (now Rowland), 
from E s Kearny bet Pacific 
and Broadway 

St. Charles Place (now San 
Antonio), from W s Kearny 
bet Valleio and Green 

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 Lincoln 

Av W to San Miguel Rancho 
St. John (South S. P.), 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 (Flint Tract), from 

Masonic Av nr Congress 
St. Mary's Avenue, from W s 

Mission Road 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 

St. Vincent's Alley, from E s 
Sansome bet Pacific and 
Broadway 

Stable Alley, from E s Va- 
lencia bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 

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-fith S to Thirty-first 

Stanley (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), W of Old San ,Jose 
Road 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 

Stanyan Avenue (Stanford 

Heights), from Twenty-fifth 

S to Thirty-first 
Star (Bernal Heights), from 

Franconia Av to Peralta Av 
Stark (late Polk Lane), from 

E s Stockton bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
Starr (Paul Tract), see Exe- 
ter 
State (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), see Ramsell 
State, from S W s Castro bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Steiner, from N s Thirteenth 

bet Fillmore and Pierce, N to 

the bay 
Cross Sts. B. W. 

Ridley 2 1 

Hermann 100 

Germania 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Halght 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 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Elliot Park 

Geary 1600 (o) 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wildey 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Ferine Place 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2300 (o) 

Washington 2400 (o) 

•Jackson 2,500 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

PIxley 

Greenwich 3200 3201 



Moulton 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut 3400 3401 

Francisco .3500 3501 

Bay 3600 .3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquln 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Stephens Court, from s s 

Sacramento bet Stockton and 
Powell 
Steuart, from S s Market bet 
East South and Spear, S E to 
the bay 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison (e) (e) 

Steuben (late York), from 
Islais Creek to San Bruno 
Av 
Steveloe Place, from E s Jones 

bet Ellis and O'Farrell 
Stevenson, from W s First 
bet Market and Jessie, S W 
and S to Sycamore Av. (The 
continuation of this street 
from Sycamore Av to 
Twenty-first is now known 
as Lexington Av.) 
Cross Sis. 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 700 701 

Ninth 800 801 

Tenth (c) (c) 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Potter 

Brady 

Hermann 1100 1101 

Ridley (c) (c) 

Fourteenth (c) (c) 

Fifteenth (c) (c) 

Sixteenth (c) (c) 

Seventeenth (c) (c) 

Sycamore Av (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 and Ellis 2 

O'Farrell 100 10: 

Geary 200 (o; 

Morton — 

Post -300 30 

Stockton Place — 

Sutter 400 40: 

Bush 500 50: 

Emma 

Pine 600 60: 

California 700 

Emmett Place 

Sacramento 800 

Clay 900 90: 

Washington 1000 100: 

Jackson 1100 110: 

Pacific 1200 120 

Stark — 

Broadway 1300 130 

Vallejo 1400 140: 

Card Alley 

Montgomery Avenue 

Green 1500 150: 

Union 1600 160: 

Filbert 1700 170: 

Greenwich 1800 180: 

Lombard 1900 190: 

Chestnut 2000 20O 












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Pfelffer 

Francisco 2100 2101 

Bay 2200 2201 

Korth Point 2300 2301 

Beach 2400 2401 

.Jefferson (e) (e) 

Stockton Place, from w s 

Grant Av bet Post and Sut- 
ter. ^V to Stockton 

Stone, from N s Washington 
bet Stockton and Powell, X 
to .Jackson 

Stoneman (Bernal Heights), 
from Shotwell nr Ripley 
Place to Folsom 

Stout's Alley, from N s 

Washington bet Dupont and 
Stockton, X to .Jackson 

Stringham, E of San Bruno 
Av nr Islals Creek 

Sullivan, from Cole S of Carl 
W to First Av 

SuUivan (Visitacion Valley), 
see Astor 

Sullivan Alley (now Shaw 
Alley), from S s Mission Ikh 
First and Second 

Sullivan Alley, from N s 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton, X 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 

Sunny Dale Avenue, W of 

San Bruno Av nr County Line 

Sunny Side Avenue (Sunny 
Side), from Circular Av W 
to Hamburg 

Sunset Avenue, from Wood- 
land Av X to Sullivan 

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 Bemis 

Susquehanna (South S. F.), 

see X South 

Sutter, from junction Market 

and Sansome bet Post and 

Bush, W to Central Av 

Cross Sl^. 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 700 701 

Jones 800 801 

Leavenworth 900 901 

Hyde 1000 1001 

Larkin 1100 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

Van Xess Avenue. . . .1300 1301 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Gough 1500 1501 

Octavia 1600 1601 

Lagima 1700 1701 

Sutter Place 

Buchanan 1800 1801 

Webster 1900 1901 

Cottage Ptow 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Steiner 2100 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott 2300 2301 

Devisadero 2400 2401 

Broderick 2500 2501 



Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon 2700 2701 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Sutter Place, from N s Sutter 

bet Laguna and 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 Taylor and Jones, N to 
Vallejo 

Sycamore Avenue (late Wil- 
low), 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 

Fortv-sixth Av South 
Talbert, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 

Tallapoosa (South S. F.), see 

F South 

Tara, W of Old San Jose Road 
nr San Miguel 

Tay, from S s Clay bet Powell 
and Mason 

Taylor, from N s Market bet 
MasonandJones.X to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 
Market and Golden 

Gate Avenue .... 2 1 

Turk 100 101 

Eddy 200 201 

Kose 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 700 701 

Bush 800 801 

Mulf ord Alley 

Pine 900 901 

Villa Place 

California 1000 1001 

Sacramento 1100 1101 

Pleasant 

Clay 12 1201 

Washington 1300 1301 

Jackson 1400 1401 

Pacific 1500 1.501 

Bernard 

Broadway 1600 1601 

Falcon Place 

Valle jo 1700 1701 

Green 1800 1801 

Lincoln 

Union 1900 1901 

Lick ■... 

Taylor Terrace 

Filbert 2000 2001 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2100 2101 

Lombard 2200 2201 

Montgomery Avenue 

Chestnut 2300 2301 

Water 

Francisco 2400 2401 

Vandewater 

Bay 2.500 2.501 

North Point 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 700 701 

X'inth (e) (e) 

Tehama (Bernal Heights), 
see Manchester 

Tehama Place, from E s First 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Telegraph (West End Tract), 
from Mission Road nr County 
Line 

Telegraph Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Kearny and 
Dupont 
Temple, E of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Temple (late Serpentine 
Road), from N s Seven- 
teenth AV of Clara Av 
Teneriflfe (South S. F.), see 

Fifteenth Av South 
Tennessee, from South bet 
Kentucky and Minnesota, S 
to Tulare 
Tenth, from S s Market bet 
Ninth and Eleventh, S E to 
Channel 
Cross S/s. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Mission lOt) 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Warren Avenue 

Folsom 300 301 

Sheridan 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Channel (e) (e) 

Tenth Avenue, from Presidio 

Ret^ervation S to R 

Tenth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water Front 
Tevis, from S s King bet 

Third and Fourth 
Tevis (South S. F.), from Wa- 
ter Front S W to County Line 
Texas, from Sixteenth bet 

Mississippi and Missouri, S to 

Tulare 
Theodore Alley, from S s 

Valle.lo bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Theresa (Academy Tract), 

from N W s Mission Road bet 

Tingley and Cotter 
Third, from S s Market bet 

Second and Fourth, S E to 

the bay 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Sherwood Place 

Everett 

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 

Brannau 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 800 801 

Berry 

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Third Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to J 

Third Avenue South, from 

Islals S E to Water Front 
Thirteenth, from Harrison 

bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, 

N W and W to Buena VistaAv 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Bernlce 

Treat Avenue 

Isls 

Folsom 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Frankfort Avenue... 

Mission 300 301 

Stevenson 

Valencia 400 401 

Elgin Park Avenue. . 

Pearl • 

Guerrero 500 501 

Market 600 601 

Buchanan 

Church 700 701 

Fillmore 

Belcher 

Sanchez 801 

Stelner 

Walter 

Noe 901 

Scott 

Castro 1001 

Devlsadero 

Alpine 

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 Sis. N. S. 

Mission 2 1 

San Jose Avenue 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Chenery 

Church 300 

Dame 

Whitney 

Sanchez 400 

Warren 

Harper 

Merced 

Noe 500 

Laldley 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 

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 Ave 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 Bellevue 

S of Thirtieth 
Thirty-first Avenue, from the 

ocean S to X 
Thirty-first Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 

County Line 
Thirty-fourth, from Bellevue 

S of Thirty-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 Bellevue 

S of Thirty-first, W 
Thirty-second Avenue, from 

the ocriiii S to X 

Thirty-second Ave South, 

from Hailroiid Av S E to 
Countv Line 

Thirty-seventh Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-seventh Ave South, 
from Railroad Av S E to 
Countv Line 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, from 
Clement S to X 

Thirty-sixth Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 
Thirty-third, from Bellevue 

S of Thirtv-seeoiid 

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 Old San 
Jose Road 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 Old San Jose Road 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 (Flint Tract), from 
Castro nr Fifteenth 

Tillman Alley, from W s 
Grant Av bet Sutter and 
Stockton Place 

Tingley (Academy Tract) , 
from N W 8 Mission Road nr 
Silver Av 

Tobago (South S, F.), see 
Thirty-fourth Av South 

Tohin (now Sunny Dale Ave- 
nue), from W s San Bruno 
Av near 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 Jefferson 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 Sts. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Japan 

Second 100 101 

Stanford 

Hammond Place 

Clarence Place 

Third 200 201 

Rltch 



Clyde 

Crook 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 501 

Gilbert ■ 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth (e) (e) 

Tracy, from E s Devlsadero 

bet Union and Filbert 
Treat Avenue, from S s Thir- 
teenth bet Folsom and Harri- 
son, S to Ripley Place 
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 700 701 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 1400 1401 

Tremont Avenue (late Min- 
nie), from S s Waller bet 
Ashbury and Clayton 
Trent Alley, from N s Twenty- 
fourth bet Dolores and Chat- 
tanooga 
Trenton (late Virginia), from 
N s Washington bet Stockton 
and Powell, N to Pacific 
Trinidad (South S. F.), see 

Seventh Av South 
Trinity, from N s Sutter bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Bush 
Troy Alley, from W s Hyde 

bet Sacramento and Clay 
Truett, from W s Mason bet 

Clay and Washington 
TrumbuU (College Home- 
stead), from E 8 Mission Road 
nr Silver Av 
Tulare, from the bay along N 
8 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 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Mason... 2 1 

Margaret Court 

Taylor 100 101 

Jones 200 201 

Leavenworth .300 301 

Hyde 400 401 

Marye Terrace 

Dodge 

Larkin 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 1300 1301 

Fillmore 1400 1401 

Steiner 1500 1501 

Pierce 1600 1601 

Scott 1700 1701 

Seymour Avenue 

Devlsadero 1800 1801 

Broderick 1900 1901 

St. Joseph's Avenue. ■ 

Baker (o) 2001 

Lyon (o) 2101 

Lott (o) 2201 

Masonic Avenue 2300 (o) 

Parker Avenue 

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Twelftll, from S s Market 
bet Eleventh and Brady S E 
to Harrison. CSome of the 
buildings on this street are 
incorrectly numbered.) 
Cross Sis. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Glen Part Avenue . . 

Howard 200 201 

Kissling • 

Folsom 300 301 

Isls 

Bernice 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Twelfth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to T 
Twelftll Avenue Soutli, from 
Islais Creek S E to Water 
Front 
Twentieth, from the bay bet 
Sineteenth and Twenty-first, 
W. (The inside column 
shows the new numbers, 
from Potrero Av, W, in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Potrero A v (2600) 2 1 

Hampshire.... (2700) 

York (2800) 100 101 

Bryant (2900) 

Florida (3000) 200 201 

Alabama (3100) 

Harrison (3200) 300 301 

Treat Avenue 

Polsom (3300) 400 401 

Shotwell 

Howard (3400) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission (3500) 600 601 

San Carlos Avenue . 

Stevenson 

Valencia (3600) 700 701 

Guerrero (3700) 800 801 

Dolores (3800) (o) 901 

Church (3900) 1000 1001 

Sanchez (4000) 1100 1101 

Xoe (4100) 1200 1201 

Hartford 

Castro (4200) 1300 1301 

ColUngwood 

Diamond (4300) 1400 1401 

Eureka 

Douglass (4400) 1500 1501 

Twentieth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 
Twentieth Avenue South, 

from Elmlra S E to A South 

Twenty-eighth, from W s 

Guerrero bet Duncan and 

Valley. W to Fowler Av. 
(The buildings on this street 
from Dolores W are incor- 
rectly numbered.) 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Guerrero 2 1 

Dolores (200) 100 101 

Church (300) 200 201 

Sanchez (400) 300 301 

Xoe 400 401 

Castro 500 501 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoffman Avenue ... 800 801 

Bellevue 900 901 

Twenty-eighth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-eighth Ave South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 
Twenty-fifth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth. W to Fowler 
Av. (The inside column 
shows the new numbers, 
from Potrero Av W, in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Potrero Av.... (2800) 2 1 

Hampshire 

York (2900) 100 101 



Bryant 

Florida (3000) 200 201 

Alabama 

Harrison (3100) 300 301 

Balmy — 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue 

Folsom (3200) 400 401 

Shotwell 

Howard (3300) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission (3400) 600 601 

Bartlett 

Valencia (3500) 700 701 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero (3600) 800 801 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores (3700) 900 901 

Church (3800) 1000 1001 

Vlcksburg . 

Sanchez (3900) 1100 1101 

Margary 

Noe (4000) 1200 1201 

Castro (4100) 1300 1301 

Diamond (4200) 1400 1401 

Douglass ( 4300) 1500 1501 

Twenty-fifth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-fifth Avenue South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
Water Front 
Twenty-first, from the bay 
bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
second. W. (The inside col- 
umn shows the new numbers, 
from Potrero Av TV, in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Potrero Av.... (2600) 2 1 

Hampshire (2700) 

York (2800) 100 101 

Bryant (2900) 

Florida (30U0) 200 201 

Alabama (3100) 

Harrison (3200) 300 301 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (3300) 400 401 

Shotwell 

Howard (3400) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission (3500) 600 601 

San Carlos Avenue.. 

Bartlett 

Stevenson 

Valencia (3600) 700 701 

Guerrero (3700) 800 801 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores (3800) 900 901 

Chattanooga 

Church (3900) 1000 1001 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez (4000) 1100 1101 

Noe (4100) 1200 1201 

Castro (4200) 1300 1:301 

ColUngwood 

Diamond (4300)1400 1401 

Eureka 

Douglass (4400) 1500 1501 

Twenty-first Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-first Avenue South, 

from Silver Av S E to A 
South 
Twenty-fourth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth, W. (The inside col- 
umn shows the new numbers, 
from Potrero Av W, in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Potrero Av.... (2700) 2 1 

Hampshire 

York (2800) 100 101 

Bryant 

Florida (2900) 200 201 

Alabama 

Harrison (3000) 300 301 

Balmy . 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue 

Folsom (3100) 400 401 

Shotwell 



Howard (3200) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission 03300) 600 601 

Bartlett 

Valencia (3400) 700 701 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero (3500) 800 801 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores (3600) 900 901 

Chattanooga 

Church (3700)1000 1001 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez (3800) 1100 1101 

Margary 

Noe (3900) 1200 1201 

Castro (4000) 1300 1301 

Diamond (4100) 1400 1401 

Douglass (4200) 1500 1501 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-fourth Ave South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 

Water Front 
Twenty-ninth, from w s 

Mission bet Valley and Day, 

W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sts. 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 Ave South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 

Twenty-second, from the bay 

bet Twenty-first and Hum- 
boldt, W. (The inside column 
shows the new numbers, 
from Potrero Av W, in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Potrero Av (2600) 2 1 

Hampshire 

York (2700) 100 101 

Bryant 

Florida (2800) 200 201 

Harrison '.'.'.'.'.'. (2900) 300 301 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (3000) 400 401 

Shotwell 

Howard (3100) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission (3200) 600 601 

Bartlett 

Valencia (3300) 700 701 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero (3400) 800 801 

Fair Oaks 

Do lores ..! '. '. '. '. (3.500) 900 901 

Chattanooga 

Church (3600) 1000 1001 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez (3700)1100 1101 

Noe (3800) 1200 1201 

Castro (3900) 1300 1301 

ColUngwood 

Diamond (4000)1400 1401 

Eureka 

Douglass (4100) 1500 1.501 

Twenty-second Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-second Ave South, 

from Silver Av S E to A 
South 

Twenty-seventh, from W s 
San Jose Av bet Army and 
Duncan, W to Stanford 
Heights Av. (The buildings 
on this street from Guerrero 
W are incorrectly numbered ) 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue ... 2 1 
Guerrero 100 101 



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Twenty-seventh— Cont'd. 

Dolores (300) 200 201 

Church (400) 300 301 

Sanchez (500) 400 401 

Xoe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass SOO 801 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-seventh Ave South' 

from Thornton Av S E to 
County Line 
Twenty-sixth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-Hfth and Army, 
W to Fowler Av. (The in- 
side column shows the new 
numbers, from Potrero Av 
W, in accordance with the 
extension of the street to 
the bay.) 
Cross Sts. S. N. 

Potrero Av . . . . (2800) 2 1 

Hampshire 

York (2900) 100 101 

Bryant 

Florida (3000) 200 201 

Alabama 

Harrison (3100) 300 801 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue 

Folsom (3200) 400 401 

Shotwell 

Howard (3300) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission (3400) 600 601 

Bartlett 

Valencia (3500) 700 701 

San Jose Avenue . . . 

Guerrero (.3600) 800 801 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores (3700) 900 901 

Church (3800) 1000 1001 

Sanchez f3900) 1100 1101 

Noe (4000) 1200 1201 

Castro (4100) 1300 1301 

Diamond (4200) 1400 1401 

Douglass (4300) 1500 1501 

Twenty-sixth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-Sixth Ave South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
Water Front 
Twenty-third, from the bay 
bet Humboldt and Twenty- 
fourth, W. (The inside col- 
umn shows the new numbers, 
from Potrero Av W, in ac- 
cordance with the extension 
of the street to the bay.) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Potrero Av.... (3700) 2 1 

Hampshire 

York (2800) 100 101 

Bryant 

Florida (2900) 200 201 

Alabama 

Harrison (3000) 300 301 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom (3100) 400 401 

Shotwell 

Howard (3200) 500 501 

Capp 

Mission (3300) 600 601 

Bartlett 

Valencia (8400) 700 701 

San Jose Avenue . . 

Guerrero (3500) 800 801 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores (3600) 900 901 

Chattanooga 

Church (3700) 1000 1001 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez (3800) 1100 1101 

Margary 

Noe (3900) 1200 1201 

Castro (4000) 1300 1301 

Diamond (4100) 1400 1401 

Eureka 

Douglass (4200) 1500 1501 

Twenty-third 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-first 
Tyler, see Golden Gate Av 
U, from Thirteenth Av S of T, 
W to the ocean 

Unadilla Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Old San Jose 
Eoad nr San Miguel 

Union, from the bay bet 

Green and Filbert, W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. 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 700 701 

August Alley 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Marlon Place 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Sharp Place 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Allen 

West End Alley 

Moore 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Iv'ess Avenue .... 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Olive Court 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devisadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Union Avenue (Bemal Heights), 
from 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 

University (Univeisity Homestead) , 
from Silver Av S to Mansell 

Upper Terrace (Park Lane 
Tract), from Olympus nr Sev- 
enteenth X E 

Uranus (Park Lane Tract), 
from S s Seventeenth bet 
Mars and Ashbury 

Uruguay (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-eighth Av South 

Utah, from Channel bet Ne- 
braska and Potrero Av, S to 
Colusa 

Utah (South S. F.) , see Elmira 

V, from Fourteenth Av S of 
U, W to the ocean 



Valencia, from S s Market 

bet Mission and Guerrero, S 

to Mission 

Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson Avenue. . . 

Hermann 100 101 

Thirteenth 200 201 

Quinn 

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 

Twenty-third 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1301 

Twenty-fifth 1400 1401 

Twenty-sixth 1500 1501 

Army 

Tlfifany Avenue 

Mission (e) (e) 

Vallejo, from the bay bet 
Broadway and Green, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Davis 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 

Plnckney Place 

Pollard Place 

Margaret Place ■ 

Dupont 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Vallejo Place 

Stockton 700 701 

Vulcan Lane 

Theodore Alley 

Morey Alley 

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 1:»1 

White 

Larkln 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavia 1900 1901 

Laguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Fillmore 2300 2.301 

Stelner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devisadero 2700 2701 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Vallejo Place, from S s Val- 
lejo bet Montgomery Av and 
Stockton 

Vallejo Terrace, from S s 

Vallejo bet Mason and Tay- 



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Valley, from W s San Jose 
Av bet Twenty-eighth and 
Twenty-ninth, to Fowler At. 
(The buildings on this street 
from Church W are Incor- 
rectly numbered.) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church (300) 200 201 

Sanchez (400) 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 Eoach 
to Jones 
Van Buren (Flint Tract), see 
Java 

Van Ness Avenue, from s s 

Market bet Polk and Frank- 
lin, N to the bay 
Cross Sts. 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 TOO 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 

Pine 1500 1501 

California 1600 1601 

Sacramento 1700 1701 

Clay 1800 1801 

Washington 1900 1901 

Jackson 2000 2001 

Pacific Avenue 2100 2101 

Broadway 2200 2201 

Valle.io 2300 2301 

Bonita 

Green 2400 2401 

Union 2500 2501 

Filbert 2600 2601 

Greenwich 2700 2701 

Lombard 2800 2801 

Chestnut 2900 2901 

Francisco 3000 3001 

Bay 3100 (o) 

NorthPoint 3200 (o) 

Beach 3300 (o) 

Jefferson 3400 (o) 

Tonquin 3500 (o) 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Vancouver (South S F.), see 
Thirty-first Av South. 

Vandewater, from w s Pow- 

ell bet Francisco and Bay, W 
to Taylor 

Varennes, from N s Union 
bet Kearny and Dupont, N to 
Filbert 

Vassalboro, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Vassar Place, from S s Har- 
rison bet Second and Third 

Vasserot Place, from S s 
Geary bet Hyde and Larkin 

Venard Alley, from S s Chest- 
nut bet Powell and Mason 



Venezuela (South S. F.), see 
Sixth Av South 

Venus (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av to Williams Av 

Ver Melir, from E s Kearny 
bet Post and Sutter 

Vermont, frofn Channel bet 
Kansas and Nebraska, S to 
Islais Creek 

Vermont (South S. F.), see 
Conkllng 

Vernon (City Land Associ- 
ation Tract), W of Old San 
Jose Koad nr County Line 

Vernon Place, from Haw- 
thorne bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Vernon Place (now Marcy 
Place), from S s Jackson bet 
Mason and Taylor 

Verona Place, from E s Third 

l)('t Folsom and Harrison 

Vicksburg, from S s Twenty- 
first bet Church and Sanchez, 
S to Twenty-fifth 

Victor (late White's Place), 
from S s Bryant bet Seventh 
and Eighth 

Victoria (City Land Associ- 
ation Tract), W of Old San 
Jose Koad nr County Line 

Vienna (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon 

View Avenue, from Romain 
bet Douglass and Falcon Av 

Villa Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Pine and California 

Vincent, from N s Green bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Union 

Virgil Alley, from S s Twenty- 
fifth bet Howard and Shot- 
well 

Virginia, from the bay bet 
Ohio and New York, S to 
First Av South 

Virginia (now Trenton), from 
N s Washington bet Stockton 
and Powell, N to Pacific 

Virginia Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), from E s Mission nr 
Thirtieth 

Virginia 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 

Visitacion Avenue, from San 
Bruno Av nr County Line 

Voll Avenue, from N s Post 

bet Buchanan and Webster 
Volney Alley, see Elizabeth 

Place 
Von Schmidt (South S. F.), 

from Water Front S W to 

County Line 
Vorrath Place, see Eureka 

Place 
Vulcan (Park Lane Tract), 

from Juno nr Serpentine 

Road 
Vulcan (Silver Terrace), see 

Jupiter 
Vulcan Lane (late Maiden 

Lane, from N 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 Octavia W to Stanyan 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Octavia. . '2 1 

Laguna 100 101 

Buchanan 200 201 

Webster 300 301 

Fillmore 400 401 

Steiner 500 (o) 

Pierce 600 (o) 

Scott 700 701 

Devlsadero 800 801 

Broderick 900 901 

Buena Vista Park 

Lott 1200 1201 

Masonic Avenue 1300 1301 

De Long Avenue 

Ashbury 1400 1401 

Tremout Avenue 

Clayton 1500 1501 

Belvedere 

Cole 1600 1601 

Shrader 1700 1701 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Walnut, from N s California 
bet Central Av and Laurel, 
N to Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sts. E. w. 

California 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Clay 200 201 

Washington 300 ;301 

Jackson 400 401 

Pacific Avenue (e) (e) 

Walnut (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), see Ralston 
Walnut Avenue, from S s 
Larkin bet Post and Sutter, 
W to Laguna 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Walter, from S s Thirteenth 
bet Sanchez and Noe, S to 
Foutreenth 
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 

))et Clay and Jackson, W to 
First Av 

Cross Six. 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 

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Washington— Cont'd. 

Spofford 

Stockton 900 901 

Trenton 

Hopeton Terrace 

Stone 

Powell 1000 1001 

Codman Place 

Wetmore Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Priest 

Keed 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough 2000 (o) 

Octavia 2100 (o) 

Laguna 2200 ^201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner..., (c) (c) 

Alta Plaza 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderlck 3000 8001 

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 
Dunont, N to Jackson 
Washington Avenue, from S 

s Mission bet Ninth and 
Tenth, S E to Howard 

Washington Avenue fBemal 

Heights, now Treat Av) 
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 (South S. F.), see 

Nashua 
Water Front, from Shasta 

along the bay, S to County 

Line 
Waterloo, from E s San Bruno 

Av nr Cortland Av 
Waterville (South S. F., late 

Nebraska), from Helena S to 

Augusta 

Watson Place (West End 

Tract), from Ocean Av W of 
Mission Koad 
Watt Avenue (West End 
Homestead), S E of Mission 
Road nr County Line 

Waverly Place, from N s 

Sacramento bet Dupont and 
Stockton, N to Washington 

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, 
N to Sacramento 

Webb Place, from W s Mason 
bet Green and Union 

Webster, from N s Hermann 
bet Buchanan and Fillmore, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Hermann ! 2 1 

Germania 



Waller 100 101 

Elm 

Haight 200 201 

Rose Avenue 

Page 300 301 

Lily Avenue 

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.lOOO 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1801 

Olive Avenue —— 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Geary 1500 1501 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Wildey 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento.. 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Webster Place 

Paciiic Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

.Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Pixley 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Moulton 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut (o) 3301 

Francisco (o) 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

North Point 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Webster (now Winthrop), 
from N s Lombard bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny 
Webster Place, from E s 
Webster bet Jackson and 
Pacific Av 
Weldon, W of San Bruno Av 

nr head Islais Creek 
Wells Avenue, from W s 
Dolores bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 
Wells Court, from S s Lom- 
bard bet Dupont and Stockton 
Welsh, from W s Zoe bet 
Bryant and Brannan, S W to 
W of Fourth 
West Avenue, from Mission 
nr Cortland Av, S E to Holly 
Park Av 
West Eddy, from North Wil- 

lard nr Turk W to First Av 
West El Dorado, from Sixth 
nr El Dorado, S W to Six- 
teenth 
West End Alley, from N s 
Green bet Hyde and Larkin, 
N to Union 

West Lake Avenue (WestEnd 

Tract), W of County Road 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 bet Powell and Mason, 
N to Washington 



Wheat, from Paul Av S to 

Salinas Av 

Wheelock Place, from N s 

Valle.io 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 

Whitney (now Clive), E of 
San Bruno Av nr County 
Line 

Whitney (now Capp), from S 
8 Fifteenth bet Howard and 
Mis.sion, to Sixteenth 

Whittier (West End Home- 
stead, late Lafayette), from 
Mission Road nr County 
Line 

Wieland, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Wieland Avenue (Sunnyside), 
from Circular Av W 

Wilde, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Wilder, from Castro nr Old 
San Jose Road 

Wildey, from W s Webster 
bet Bush and Pine, W to 
Steiner 

Willard, from Grattan W of 
Stanyan, N to Golden Gate 
Park 

Willard North, see North 
Willard 

William, from N s O'Farrell 
bet Taylor and Jones, N to 
Post 

William (Fairmount Tract), 
see El Monte 

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 N s Point Lobos 
Av W of Boyce 

Willow (now Sycamore Ave- 
nue), from W s Mission bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 
W to Valencia 

Willow (now Falmouth), from 
S s Folsom bet Fifth and 
Sixth, to Shipley 

Willow Avenue, from W s 
Larkin bet Eddy and Ellis, 
W to Buchanan 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue .... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Wilson, from W s Gough bet 
Vallejo and Green 

Winslow (Bernal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av S to 
Powhattan 

Winter Lane, from E s 
Mason bet Green and Union 

Winthrop (late Webster), 
from N 8 Lombard bet Mont- 
gomery 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 



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Wood, from Point Lobos Av 

bet Masonic Av and Collins 
Woodland Avenue, from 

Lotta S W to Sunset Ar 
Wool (Bemal Heights), from 
Powhattan nr North Av S to 
Cortland Av 
Woolsey (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
S of Wayland 

Worcester Avenue (City 

Land Asso'n Tract), W of 
Old San Jose Eoad nr County- 
Line 

Worden Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Old San Jose 

Road nr County Line 
Worth., from Twenty-second 

"W of Douglass 
Wyoming (South S. F.), from 

Islals S to First Av South 

Wyoming Avenue (West End 
Tract), W of Mission Eoad 
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 

South 
Yertoa Buena, from N s Sac- 
ramento bet Mason and Tay- 
lor, N to Clay 
Yolo (now Twenty-fifth), from 
the bay bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-sixth, W to Po- 
trero Av 
York, from Channel bet 
Hampshire and Bryant, S to 
Twenty-sixth 
Cross Sis. w. B. 

Channel 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 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty- third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flfth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

York (South S. F.), see Steu- 
ben 
Yuba (now Twenty-sixth), 
from the bay bet Twenty- 
flfth and Army, to Potrero 
Av 
Yucatan (South S. F.), see 

Forty-seventh Av South 
Yuma (late Eureka), from 
Sixth nr El Dorado, S W to 
Sixteenth 
Zoe, from S s Bryant bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Brannan 

Zoe Place, from S s Polsom 
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Abbott William, liquors, 210 Grant Av 

Acker Herbert C, clerk, r. 1338 Bush 

Adams Richard, with Sanden Electric Co., r. 
1614 Golden Gate Av 

Adams & Beck Co. (Charles W. Adams and 
E. B. and C. C. Beck), Pacific Coast 
agents Mosler Safe Co., Stimpson Com- 
puting Scale Co., Champion Cash Regis- 
ter Co. and Hough Cash Recorder Co., 
308 Market 

.ffitnaLife Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.), H. 
B. Houghton manager, 511-513 Safe De- 
posit Bldg 

Ahem Andrew, teamster Street Dept, r. 3 Cedar 
Av 

Akard Dolver B., carpenter, r. 28 De Long Av 

Alberger William R., general agent Santa Fe 
Fruit and Refrigerator Co., 61 Chronicle 
Bldg 

Albro John S., books and stationery, 1000V4 
Market and 3 Eddy, r. 1004 Market 

Aldrich Stuart, superintendent Money Order 
Dept. Post Office, r. 2201 Webster 

Aldrich William F., secretary Parke & Lacy 
Co.. 21-23 Fremont, r. 2301 Webster 

Alexander John (Alexander & Knox), r. 152 
Minna 
" Robert E., printer, r. 40114 Oak 
" &Knox (John Alexander and James Knox), 
cigars and tobacco, 412 Kearny 

Aliamus Remi, salesman E. Gamier & Co., r. 
Alameda 

Alina Colony, W. E. von Johannsen president, 
Charles Fabricius secretary, 220 Cali- 
fornia 

AUbright George, salesman W. W. Montague & 
Co., r. Fruitvale 

Allen John, physician, 405 Kearny, r. 3020 
Clay 
" William E., president Jones, Allen & Co., 
r. 703 Hayes 

Almos Samuel, shoemaker, r. 143, 3d 

American Furniture and Express Co., Henry 
Frosch proprietor, NW cor Stockton and 
Geary, office 146 Geary 
" Samson, physician, 36'/^ Geary, r. 1244 Mis- 
sion 

Anchor Brewerv, Baruth&Schinkel proprietors, 
1431 Pacific 

Ancient Order of Foresters Cemetery Associa- 
tion, office 997 Market 

Angell James B., secretary Real Estate and 
Development Co., 26 Mills Bldg, 9th floor 

Aoki Tetsutard, agent Specie Bank of Yoko- 
hama, 515 Montgomery 

Appiarius H. William, clerk C. H. Venken & 
Co.,r. 1810 O'Farrell 

Argonaut Publishing Co., Jerome A. Hart pres- 
ident, F. I. Vassault secretary, pub- 
lishers The Argonaut, 246 Sutter 

Argonaut The (weekly). Argonaut Publishing 
Co. publishers, 246 Sutter 

Arizona Sandstone Co. (Santa Ana, Cal.), Clin- 
ton J. Hutchins local agent, 69 Colum- 
bian Bldg 

Armstrong F. H., chief officer str Belgic, r. Oc- 
cidental Hotel 
" Percy E. (Taylor & Armstrong), r. 449 
Clementina 



Amdt H. R., editor Pacific Coast Journal of 
Homoeopathy, 234 Sutter, r. San Diego, 
Cal. 

Arnold Laura A., widow, r. 1036 McAllister 

Asher Herman, ladies' tailor, 14 Grant Av, 
room 58 

Atkinson Harry L., bookkeeper Page, McCutch- 
eon & Eells, r. 406 Sutter 
" Marshall B., manufacturers' agent, 214 
Pine, rootn 29, r. Berkeley 

Attridge M. Miss (Attridge & Sweeney), r. 2005 
Leavenworth 

Attridge & Sweeney (Miss M. Attridge and Miss 
J. Sweeney), dressmaking, 2207 Mission 

Audibert Lena Mrs., nurse, r. 215 Tehama 

Auer Bernard A., agent ^tna Life Ins. Co., 511 
Safe Deposit Bldg, r. Oakland 

August Albert, porter Preservaline Mfg. Co., r. 
1243 Sanchez 

Auld Ernest C, manager Hudson Medical In- 
stitute, r. 720D Bush 

Ayers Frank, carrier Edwards Publishing Co., 
r. 411, 13th 
" George, carrier Edwards Publishing Co., 
r. 411, 13th 

Ay res RoUin C, r. 714 Bush 

Babin Demas C, with L. C. Babin, r. 2415 Wash- 
ington 

Bader & Fincke (Charles F. Bader and Os- 
car Pincke, SE cor 5th and Bryant 

Baer Albert & Co. (Albert Baer), pawnbrokers, 
806 Kearny 

Bailey Charles A. (Bailey, Porter, Bailey & 
Co.), 415V4 Montgomery 
" Charles A., real estate, 20 Montgomery, r. 
Oakland 

Bailey, Porter, Bailey & Co. 

(William H. Bailey, Samuel R. Porter, 

Charles A. Bailey and WiUiam H. BaUey 

Jr.), mining and assaying, dealers in 

mining property, 415yj Montgomery 

Bailey W, H. & Son (William H. and William 

H. Jr,), stock and bond brokers, 415^4 

Montgomery 

" William H. (W. H. Bailey & Son and 

Bailey Porter, Bailey & Co.), r. Oakland 

" William H. Jr. (W. H. Bailey & Son and 

Bailey, Porter, Bailey & Co.), r. Oakland 

Baker Grace E. Miss, teacher piano, r. NW cor 

2d and Folsom 

" S. C. Mrs., widow, teacher music, r. NW 
cor 2d and Folsom 
Baldocchi Robert, importer olive oils, 2332 Fill- 
more 
Bankers' Life Association (St. Paul, Mmn.), 
Brodestein & Burtis general agents, 206 
Sansome, room 21 
Barraud James, butler, r. 722 Bush 
Barrett William H., salesman D. M. Moran & 

Co., r. 1842 Howard 
Baruth Ernst F. (Baruth & Schinkel),r. 1236 Mc- 
Allister 
" & Schinkel (Ernst F. Bamth and Otto 
Schinkel Jr.), proprietors Ancher Brew- 
ery, 1431 Pacific 
Baxter David (Baxter & Man), r. Oakland 
" & Mau (David Baxter and Gus Man), 
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Bay City Lumber Mills (Coos Bay, Or.), E. B. 
Dean & Co. proprietors, office 22 Cali- 
fornia, room 4 

Bay view Land Co., 26 Mills Bldg, 9tli floor 

Beamish John, teamster, r. 55 Belcher 

Bean Joel P., editor The Olympian, 38 Donohoe 
Bldg; r. 715 Larkin 

Beegle Charles W-., clerk freight auditor's dept. 
S. P. Co., r. Alameda 

Beekman E. J. Miss, stenographer and assist- 
ant secretary Mutual Indemnity Co., r. 
Oakland 

Belief roid P., S. J., professor St. Ignatius Col- 
lege, r. 214 Hayes 

Belmor George E. (Belmor& Costeno),r. 407, 4th 
" & Costello (George E. Belmor and James 
Costello), proprietors United States 
Boiler Works, 56Bluxome 

Benjamin & Samuels (Philip L. Benjamin and 
Maurice V. Samuels), attorneys at law, 
306 Emporium Bldg, telephone Main 5988 

Berg Charles, waiter, r. 523 Kearny 

Bernard John F., attorney at law, 306 Spreckels 
Bldg, r. 11 Oak Grove Av 
" Samuel, tailor, 22% Geary, room 21 

Bemhard John R., butcher str Belgic, r. 1220 
Hampshire 

Bersaglleri Italian! Society, E. Venaglia presi- 
dent, E. Unti secretary, 507 Union 

Bianchi Anton, bill distributor Sterling & Dun- 
Phy 

Bigham Olive, domestic, 130 Ellis 

Bishop Herman, president Western Furnishing 
Co., 967 Mission, r. 1001 Geary 

Bixby Edward M., with Charles Christensen, r. 
The Stewart 

Blacklock John D., rubber worker Bowers Rub- 
ber Co., r. 1336 Sacramento 

Blum George W. (Blum & Duncan), r. 1817 Pow- 
ell 

Blum & Duncan (George W. Blum and Raymond 
Duncan), publishers, advertisers and 
illustrators, 12 Montgomery, room 12 

Blundell Arthur W., president Skagit Cumber- 
land Coal Co., 508 California, room 28. r. 
2814 Sacramento 

Boch Louise H. Miss, stenographer, 17 Mills 
Bldg, 7th floor, r. 2111 Fillmore 

Boehmer Philip C, rubber wcrker Bowers Rub- 
ber Co., r. East Oakland 
" William W., rubber worker Bowers Rub- 
ber Co., r. 2607 Polk 

Boland William, S. J., professor St. Ignatius 
College, r. 214 Hayes 

Booth William J., rubber worker Bowers Rub- 
ber Co., r. 1823 Howard 

Bowen Adelia, widow, r. 2037 Pine 
" Mary E., widow, r. 2037 Pine 

Bowie Robert I., surgeon str Belgic, r. 1909 
Jackson 

Boyce F. M., livery stable, 2327 Post 

Boyd Nicholas E. Rev., chaplain Sailors' Home, 
cor Main and Harrison 

Boye otto H. (Boye & Habenicht). r. 1301 Taylor 

Boye & Habenicht (Otto H. Boye and George 
Habenicht), photographers, 1026 Market, 
telephone South 444 

Boyns Robert, asst secretary Y. M. C. A., r. 130 
Ellis 

Bradley H. W. (Stanly, McKinstry, Bradley & 
McKinstry), attorney at law, 4 Sutter, 
rooms 26-31, r. Alameda 

Brainerd & Armstrong SiUj Co., manufacturers 
of wash art silks. Brown & Metzner 
agents, 535 Market 

Brand Hyla A. Miss, bookkeeper Waldeck 
Sanitarium, r. 1613 Sutter 

Brandt I. B. L.. attorney at law, 311 Safe De- 
posit Bldg, r. 2319 Sacramento 

Braunbeck Peter (Oberfeld & Braunbeck), r. 
30th and Noe 

Breig & Schafer (John Breig and Charles Scha- 
fer), proprietors Pacific Soda Works, 
17!0 Folsom 

Breiman Richard P. Rev., rector St. Francis 
of Assisi Church, r. S s 16th nr Dolores 

Brettschneider Frederick, liquors, 485 Pacific 

Briglia Bernardo, musician, r. 3 Grand PI 

Brill John H., r. 53 Montgomery Block 



Brockman George, oiler, r. 319 Grant Av 

Brodestein & Burtls (Carl H. Brodestein and 
Robert W. Burtis) general agents Bank 
ers' Life Association (St. Paul, Minn.), 
206 Sansome, room 21 

Broderick Edward (McVlcker & Broderick), r. 
613V4 Minna 

Brooke George C, house and sign painter, 128, 
1st, r. Alameda 

Brown Charles E., purser str Belgic, r. Palace 
Hotel 
" Horace P., president Brown, Meese & 
Craddock, 320 Sansome, r. 1014, 17th 

Brown James D., manager The Yost Writing 
Machine Agency, Caligraph Typewriter 
Agency and United Typewriter and Sup- 
plies Co., 663 Market, r. 1206 Leavenworth 

Brown Lucy E. Miss, trained nurse and pro- 
prietor Private Home for Invalids, 937 
Sutter, telephone 1191 
" , Meese & Craddock, Horace P. Brown pres- 
ident, George W. Craddock vice-presi- 
dent, Adolph Meese secretary, job 
printers, 320 Sansome 

Bruce Brothers (Thomas and James), groceries 
and liquors, 1247 Folsom 

Bruse Christian, grocer, 1601 Leavenworth, r. 
1512 Leavenworth 

Bryant William F., secretary United Paving 
Companies, 215 Safe Deposit Bldg 

Buckley John L., manager Hotel Becker, 14-18 
Mason, telephone South 81 

Burling William B., manager Gantner & Guntz, 
r. 1920 Broadway 

Burnham James W., president Burnham & 
Marsh Co., 628 Market, r. Alameda 

Burnham & Marsh Co., James W. Burnham 
president, Frederick D. Marsh vice-pres- 
ident, real estate agents, house brokers 
and rent collectors, bonds and mort- 
gages, 628 Market, opp Palace Hotel 

Burns William A., groceries and liquors, 201 
Valencia, telephone Jessie 113, r. 203 
Valencia 

Burr B. J. & Co. (Benjamin J. Burr and Samuel 
Meyer), tailors, 224 Sutter 

Burt Albert, manager Eagle Sign Co., 11 
Drumm, r. 417 Larkin 

Bury Madeline Mrs., proprietor Stanley House, 
110,6th 

Bush Richard J., clerk U. S. Naval Office, r 
1006 Mason 

Bushnell Rebecca Mrs., palmist, r. 916 Bush 

Byrne Mathew, rubber worker, r. 14 White 

Cahn M. A., secretary Inyo Marble Co., 323 Phe- 
lan Bldg, r. Alameda 

Caldwell Howard W., teamster, r. 527 Geary 

California Bag, Tent and Awning Co., Wright 
& Frank proprietors, 111 Clay 

California Coal and Grain Co., D. Miller man- 
ager, office 663 Market, yards Spear and 
Howard 

California Ink Co., Lincoln H. Lewars mana- 
ger, manufacturers black and colored 
printing and litho inks and rollers, 413- 
415 Commercial 

California Olive Growers' Association, B. M. 
Lelong secretary, 2 Mills Bldg. 5th floor 
" Standard (A. P. A. Weekly), Benjamin F. 
Huddleson editor, 819 Market, room 7 

California State Marine Band, 

Max Manheim business manager, 
string, brass and reed music fur- 
nished for aU occasions, 200 Sutter, 
telephone Red 365 

Caligraph Typewriter Agency, James D. 
Brown manager, 663 Market 

Callaghan John J., salesman R. T. Kennedy Co., 
r. 24, 6th 

Campbell Charles J., salesman Will E. Fisher 
&Co., r. 771 Pierce 
" George D., attorney at law, 14 Sansome, 

r. 771 Pierce 
" John J., rubber worker Bowers Rubber Co., 

r. 1235b Folsom 
" Lucy J., widow, r. 771 Pierce 

Campion Edward J., manager P. F. Collier, 
Murphy Bldg, r. 1621 Grove 



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Cannell R. E., attorney at law, 17-19 Mills Bldg, 
7th floor, r. Grand Hotel 

Carr Frederick, boiler covering, r. 11 Grand Av 

Carty James, plumber, r. 1303 Montgomery 

Gary Tolman E. (Gary & Fall), r. Hay wards, Cal. 
" & Fall (Tolman E. Gary and J. Henry 
Fall), proprietors San Leandro ,San Lor- 
enzo and Haywards Express, 30 Market 

Case James L., insurance, r. The Stewart 

Gastagnasso Nino, porter, r. 522 Green 

Cathode Ray, Frank Stone publisher, 535 Clay 

Cedar River Coal Co., 663 Market 

Central Trade and Labor Alliance, James W. 
Rose secretary, 115 Turk 

Chapman W. A., storekeeper str Belgic 

Childs George, city agent The Liverpool and 
London and Globe Ins. Co., r. 230 Fair 
Oaks 
" Rulus H., cashier Grangers' Business 
Assn., r. 230 Fair Oaks 

Christian! Elisa T. Mrs., stationery, 1220 Mason 

Christiansen Nils W. (Petersen & Christian- 
sen) 

CipoUini Germano, artist and teacher music, 
510 Baker 

Civic Federation, I. J. Truman president, 236 
Bush, Mills Bldg 

Cobb & Hesselmeyer (Edward S. Cobb and 
Henry T. Hesselmeyer), mechanical en- 
gineers and experts, 109 California, 
rooms 30-31 

Cobine John, proprietor Europe Saloon, SWcor 
Steuart and Howard 

Coe John S., 6th assistant engineer str Belgic 

Coffey's Law and Collection Agency, 539 Califor- 
nia 

CoSan Rudolphus, druggist, SE cor 16th and 
Valencia, telephone Mission 14, r. 442 
Guerrero 

Cohen Reuben, secretary Getz Bros. & Co., 111- 
115 California, r. 930 Ellis 

Cohn Alfred H., ladies' tailor, 47 Post, r. 1824 
O'Farrell 
" Hannah Miss, teacher music, r. 1717 Leav- 
enworth 
" Isidor, manufacturers' agent, 23 Sansome, 
r. 1117 Scott 

Coleman Wilfred, bar tender, r. 430 Bryant 

Collier P. F., publisher, Murphy Bldg, r. New 
York 

Colombini & Romani (Giuseppe Colombini and 
L. Romani), restaurant. 630 Montgomery 

Columbia Brewery, Columbia Brewing Co., pro- 
prietor, .326 Clementina 

COLUMBIA BREWING CO., 

H. L. Ulrichs president, Carl Moeller 
vice-president, 326 Clementina, tele- 
phone South 377 

Compo George L., salesman Pringle Bros., r. 

314 Turk 
Connell Catherine, r. 204, 7th 
ConnoUv John, groceries and liquors, 331, 6th 
Consolidated Asphalt Co., John F. Uhlhorn 

general agent, 14 Post 
Cook Finlay, attorney at law, 49 Mills Bldg, 7th 

floor, r. 524 Waller 
Coombs Gordan, compositor Edwards Pub. Co., 

r. 706 Jessie 
Coon Charles D., secretary Kings River Diver- 
sified Farming Co., room 6 Y. M. C. A. 
Bldg, r. 457 Jessie 
Co-Op Mutual Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, David F. Lane secretary, 19 
Montgomery 
Cooper Calvin S., lodgings, 330 Geary 
Cooper Frederick, printer, r. 330 Geary- 
Co-operative Publishing and Advertising Co., 
illustration publishers, printers and 
general advertisers, Raymond Duncan 
and George W. Blum managers, 12 Mont- 
gomery 
Costello James (Belmor & Costello), r. 12O81/2 

Union 
Craddock George W. (Brown, Meese & Crad- 

dock), r. Oakland 
Crawford A. B., r. 130 Ellis 
" E. R., r. 41 Welsh 
'■ Orrin W., r. 41 Welsh 



Crowe J. J. & Co. (John J. Crowe), groceries, 
349, 3d 
" John J. (J. J. Crowe), r. 214, 3d 
Crowell Thomas J., rubber worker Bowers Rub- 
ber Co., r. 8 Cedar Av 
Crowley Dennis 0. Rev., president The Youths' 

Directory, 2030 Howard 
Culver Charles M., superintendent Western 
Transfer and Storage Co., 306 Front, r. 
1186 Park, Alameda 
Cummins Patrick J. Rev., rector St. Charles 

Borromeo Church, r. 390 Shotwell 
Curley T. H. (Ferguson, Curley & O'Connor), r. 

1708 Hyde 
Curley & Wolf (Thomas A. Curley and John A. 
Wolf), merchant tailors, 12-14 Phelan 
Bldg 
Cyclers' Guide and Road Book (yearly), 12 

Montgomery 
Dahl John H., painter, r. 28, 8th 
Dahlmann J., 130 Ellis 

Dale R. N. (next of kin) agent representing 
Cookes Sydney & London, r. 619^ 
Larkin 
Daniel Fred J., r. 8O41/2 Filbert 
" Frederick J., printer H. S. Crocker Co., r. 
bU% Greenwich 
Dannenbaum, Mueller & Kahn (Solomon Dan- 
nenbaum, Albert Mueller and Aaron 
Kahn), manufacturers cloaks and man- 
tles. 723 Market 
" Solomon (Dannenbaum, Mueller & Kahn), 
r. 1630 Octavia 
Davis Al, manager Seal Rock Paint Co., 54, 2d 
" Charles E. L. B., major U. S. A., offlce 90 
Flood Bldg, r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Dean H. G., clerk, r. 130 Ellis 
DeLamater Gumbert B. V., clerkP. and S. dept 

S. P. Co., r. 711 Leavenworth 
Demartini Giovanni, tailor, r. 3 Moulton PI 
De Winton R. C, 2d asst. engineer str Belgic 
DeWitt Frederic M.. with Hartwell, Mitchell 

& Willis, r. 1223 Lombard 
Dexter David H., special agent Massachusetts 
Benefit Life Association, 927 Market, 
room 614, r. 652 Waller 
Dickson F. William, attorney at law, 14 San- 
some, rooms 35-36, r. Oakland 
Dillnn John F., ship Joiner, r. S-ZOY^ Geary 
Dinkelspiel & Gesford (H. G. W. Dinkelspiel 
and Henry C. Gesford), attorneys at law, 
39_40_41 Chronicle Bldg, telephone Red 
911 
Dinniene Harry, elevator tender The Ramona, r. 

49 Hoff Av 
Doig James, 4th asst. engineer str Belgic 
Dorn Walter E., attorney at law, 512-514 Em- 
porium Bldg, r. 1311% Guerrero 
Dorn & Dorn (M. A. andD. S.) attorneys at law, 

512-513-514 Emporium Bldg 
Downing W., r. QIT-A McAllister 
Downes W. Selden, collector, r. 54 Oak 
DriscollMax L., cook Palace Hotel, r. 9 Adel- 
aide PI 
Dugan Albert, salesman Martin Manufacturing 

Co. 
Duhem V. &Co. (Victor Duhem), agents Zenith 
Dry Plate Co., 64,3d 
" Victor (V. Duhem & Co.). and photographer, 
64.3d 
Dunbar Frederick A., real estate, 30 Montgom- 
ery, r. 1049 Market 
Duncan James M., r. 514 Van Ness Av 

' ' Raymond (Blum & Duncan) , 12 Montgomery 
Dunn John (Launder & Dunn), r. 147, 3d 
Dunne Frank H., attorney at law, 3 Mills Bldg, 

8th floor, r. 1457 Leavenworth 
Duvergey Hippolyte, secretary La Grange Hy- 
draulic Gold Mining Co., 14 Sansome, 
room 17 
Eagle Sign Co., Albert Burt manager, 11 Drumm 
Easterbrook Building, 20-24 Geary 
Eaton C. E. (H. Schottler & Co.), offlce 605 
Clay 
" John D., capitalist, r. 1111 Van Ness Av 
Edwards James W., dental supplies, 825 Mar- 
ket, Emporium Bldg. r. Hotel Bella Vista 
Eichholtz Charles S., agent Elastic Tip Co., 46 
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Elastic Tip Co., specialties in rubber and metal 
tips, The World's Parlor Game and bi- 
cycle material and sundries, 46 Market 

Eldredge Zoeth S., National Bank Examiner, r. 
Bonemian Club 

Elevator Publishing Co., James B. Wilson sec- 
retary, 622 Clay 

Elliott E. Bruce, bookkeeper Goldberg, Bowen 
&Co., r. 714 Bush 

Elwood John B., r. 1006 Pine 

Emporium Grocery Co., M. R. Krigbaum man- 
ager. Emporium Bldg 

Engelberg Emil A., vice-president Tillmann& 
Bendel, 31.3-327 Battery, r. Sausalito 

Engineering and Mining Journal The (monthly), 
Henry L. Tyler representative, 12 Mont- 
gomery 

English JohnT., tailor. 200 Golden Gate Av 

Enterprise Planing Mill, O. C. Keil propietorr, 
146-154 Berry 

Esters von Krakau William, druggist Richter 
&Quarg, r. 134 McAllister 

Estrada Edward, proprietor The Olympic, 501 
Sutter 

Eureka Saloon, John Cobine proprietor, SW 
cor Steuart and Howard 

Fabrlclus Charles, secretary Alina Colony, 220 
California 

Fairgrieve George, 3d asst. engineer str Belgic 

Fall J. Henry (Gary & Fall), r. Haywards, Cal. 

Farjeon Irene Miss, nurse St. Luke's Hospital 

Farland Miles L,., manager Pacific Stomatolog- 
ical Gazette Publishing Co., 12 Sutter, 
r. 616 Mason 

Farrell Charles H., solicitor Wilder & Co., r. 
1513 Webster 

Feierbach Charles, salesman Michalitschke 
Bros. &Co.. r. 1924 Bush 

Ferguson C. carriage painter, r. 675 Mission 

Ferguson, Curley & O'Connor (T. M. Ferguson, 
T. H. Curly and M. F. O'Connor), propri- 
etors The Branch, fine wines and 
liquors, 10 Mason, telephone South 286 

Fergusson Rupert D., bookkeeper Goldtree 
Bros., r. Oakland 

Ferrea Emile A., druggist Dr. G. F. Shields, r. 
108 Stockton 

Fey Charles A., mechanical engineer, 406 Mar 
ket, r. Berkeley 

Fiedler Moritz, gardener German Hospital 

Field Sports, H. T. Payne editor and proprie- 
tor, 531 California 

Flnley J. K, law collections and real estate 
235 Kearny 

Finnegan John, bartender Mrs. Kate Reddy, r 
502 Beale 

Fischer Fredrika, widow, r. 230i4 Langton 
" S. A., real estate and mining, 304 Mont- 
gomery, r. Alameda 

Fitzgerald Edward J., liquors, 26 Golden Gate 
Av, r. 937 Golaen Gate Av 
" Margaret, widow, groceries and liquors, 
508"^ Stevenson 

Flaherty John, carpenter and builder, 102 Hyde, 
r. 1207 Market 

Flynn James J., contractor, 32 Flood Bldg, r. 
832, 15th 

Folsom Joseph R., secretary Western Develop- 
ment Co., 4 Montgomery, room 58, r. Sau 
salito 

Foppiano John, inspector Superintendent 
Streets, r. 2331 Harrison 

Forman Robert W., r. 236 Fell 
" Sands W. Clock Co.. 61 Merchant's Ex- 
change Bldg 
Foster Hugh, public accountant, 202 Market, r. 

129a Guerrero 
Fowler F. L. (Lewis & Fowler) 
" M., agent Wertheimer & Co,, 216 Bush, 
room 68, r. 1716 Baker 
Frank August (Wright & Frank), r. 922 Green- 
wich 
Fredrickson Frederick C. (Fredrickson & Jacob- 
son), r. 217 Pierce 
Fredrickson & Jacobson (Frederick C. Fred- 
ricson and Charles Jacobson), fruit and 
produce commission merchant, 524-526 
Sansome 
Gaffney J. S. (G. W. Lucy & Co.), 302 Market 



Gale Merritt F. (Richardson & Gale), r. 149 San 

Jose Av 
Gantner Henry W. (Gantner & Guntz), r. 1706 

Folsom 
Gantner & Guntz (H. w. Gantner and F. L. 

Guntz), funeral directors and embalm- 

ers, 8-10 City Hall Square, telephone 

South 432 
Gassert William J., teamster, r. 765 Mission 
Gates Harry, manager Music and Drama 

Amusement Agency, r. 3 City Hall PI 
" Horace D., deputy City and County Sur- 
veyor, r. 311 Lyon 
Gaukroger H., 3d officer str Belgic 
Gee's Market Street Directory and Travelers' 

Vade Megum (monthly), Blum & Duncan 

publishers, 12 Montgomery 
George William, quartermaster str Belgic 
Gerdes Henry G., druggist and chemist, 345 

Kearny, telephone Main 1552, r. 1924 

Stockton 
Gesford Henry C. (Dinkelspiel & Gesford), at- 
torney at law, 39-41 Chronicle Bldg, r. 

Napa 
Gibbons William, steerage steward str Belgic, 

r. 435 Bryant 
Gillson John, secretary and cashier Judson 

Manufacturing Co., SW cor Beale and 

Howard, r. 608 O'Farrell 
Gilmore Thomas J., groceries and liquors, 942a 

Folsom 
Gilsey Charles, telegraph operator S. P. Co., r. 

400 Van Ness Av 
Godley Philip, ship insurance and merchandise 

broker, 318 California, r. 1818 Sacra- 
mento 

GOETJEN H. «& 00. 

(Hein Goetjen), proprietors 5th Street 
Cash Store, groceries wines and 
liquors, 248-250-252, 5th cor Folsom 

Goldberg & Tweedie (Louis Goldberg and 
Daniel Tweedie), boots and shoes, 1524 
Market 

Goodman Isaac (Schwartz & Goodman), r. 431 
Fell 

Gosliner Aaron S., butcher P. Tautphaus. r. 
236/2, 11th 

Gradwohl Maurice, attorney at law, 318 Pine, 
room 15 

Graham James D.. secretary Verrue Instan- 
taneous Water Heater Co. of California. 
1 EasterbrookBldg 

Gray Maria Freeman Mrs., r. 825 California 

Greenberg Samuel H., manager Photo Mount 
and Card Manufacturing Co., 3d floor 
Niantic Bldg, N W cor Clay and San- 
some, r. 2637 Steiner 

Greenebaum Leon S., clerk Greenbaum & Co., r. 
1806 Pacific Av 

Greenebaum Sigmund, manager London Paris 
and American Bank (Limited), 1-3 San- 
some, r. 1806 Pacific Av 

Greenfield A. Clark, salesman O'Connor, Moflatt 
&Co.,r. 143 Hill 

Greenwood Frank M., vice-president Pacific 
Sash Weight and Foundry Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Gunn Herbert, physician, 816 O'Farrell 

Guntz Frank L. (Gantner & Guntz), r. 23 Do- 
lores 

Guth William W., attorney at law, 401 Cali- 
fornia, rooms 26-27, r. 120, 13th 

Habenlcht George (Boye & Habenicht), r. 1321 
Pine 

Hackett F. M., dentist, office and r. 413 Leav- 
Leavenworth, hours 9 to 5 p. jr. 

Hall Joseph, canvasser, r. 944 Mission 

Hallahan David, laborer Occidental Foundry, r. 
521 Howard 

Hampton Leo F., salesman Alex Mackay & 
Son, r. Berkeley 

Hanley Andrew J., r. 24 Verona PI 

Harrigan Peter, engineer, r. IO2414 Folsom 

Hart Constant, brewer Columbia Brewery, r. 326 
Clementina 

Hartmann Christopher, lodgings, 309 Sutter 

Hartzell J. W., secretary United Railroad Co., 
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Harvey Le Roy G. & Co. (Le Roy G. Harvey 
and Howard E. Wright), real estate, 
insurance and financial agents, 5aO 
IVIontgomery, room 1 

Heacock, L. J., cashier Cal. Coal and Grain Co., 
r. The Victoria 

Heagerty & Hall, liquors, 131 City Hall A7 

Heino Saul, tailor, 103 Stockton, r. 229 Oak 

Herman Alexander, agent Scholle Bros., 324 
Pine, room 6, r. 1616 California 

Hesselmeyer Henry T. (Cobb & Hesselmeyer), 
r. 2624 Bush 

HUl J. Ellis, real estate and collector, 205 Liar- 
kin, room 2 

Hill Robert R., job printing, show cards and 
art work, 221^ Geary, telephone Black 
.141, r. 1606Steiner 

Hillman John (Witzel & Hillman), r. NE cor 
Battery and Green 

Hlrschbaum M. (Hirschbaum & McGovern) 

Hirschbaum & McGovern (M. Hirschbaum and 
William R. McGovern), produce com- 
mission, 103-105 Sacramento 

Hogan J. H., manager The Pacific Coast Tele- 
phone Construction Co., 8, 8th 

Hood Edward, clerk Tony Lubelski, r. 9 Hyde 

Hopps Henry R., designer Cal. Art Glass Bend- 
ing and Cutting Wks, r. 2835 Vallejo 

Houghton Harry B., manager ^tna Life Insur- 
ance Co., 511-513 Safe Deposit Bldg 

Houseworth Harrison, accountant and insur- 
ance solicitor, 317 California, r. 12-35 Hyde 

Howland W. Penn, civil engineer, 12 Front, r. 
430 Bryant 

Huber Anna Mrs., proprietor The Nightingale, 
1802 Market 

Huddleson Benjamin F., editor Cal. Standard, 
819 Market, room 7, r. Golden Gate 

Hunsaker H. W., M. D., physician, surgeon, 
oculist and aurist, ofQce and r. 114 
Geary, hours 12 m. to 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 
p. m., telephone Black 2211 

Hurlbut Charles B., secretary West Side Canal 
and Land Co., 112 Montgomery, r. Oak- 
land 
" Reuben P., president West Side Canal and 
Land Co., 112 Montgomery, r. Redwood, 
Cal. 

Immigration Commissioner of Northwest, John 
E. Shepard. 322 Washington 

Improved Order of Red Men Cemetery Asso- 
ciation, John L. Bowen president, L. 
Reckless secretary, ofQce 997 Market 

Ingleside Race Track, Ocean Av nr Ingleside 
House 

Interior Development Co. (Michigan Bar, Cal.), 
. Ernest R. Smith general manager, 7 
Mills Bldg, 3d floor 

Inyo Marble Co., M. J. McDonald president, 
W. J. Dutton vice-president, M. A. Cahn 
secretary, 333 Phelan Bldg 

Irving Andrew H., clerk Parafflne Paint Co., r. 
1909 Baker 

- •' Andrew K., foreman pilework Parafiine 
Paint Co., r. 1909 Baker 
" Samuel, shirt maker, 338 Bush, r. 1909 Baker 

James Charles (James & Kelly), r. 371, 13th 

James & Kelly (Charles James and W.T. Kelly), 
groceries and liquors, 1858 Howard 

Jeanig Charles, r. 433 Greenwich 

Jeflery Edwin L., r. The Stewart 

Jessen Nils, liquors, SW cor Sutter and Larkin, 
r. 1715 Buchanan 

Johnson James K., attorney at law, 321 Safe 
Deposit Bldg, r. Hotel Miramar 

Johnston William J., groceries, 21 Minna 

Jones James G., agent Equitable Life Assur- 
ance Society, r. 208 Valencia 

Ealm & Herzog (William Kahn and Henry J. 
Herzog), agents Hamburg-American 
Steamship Line, overland ticket office, 
foreign exchange and commission, 401 
California 

Kaller John, carpenter, r. 63 Henry 

Kampe Henry, roofer, r. 32 Natoma 

Earpe William G., chief clerk Railway Mail 
Service, r. 3019 Laguna 

Kavanagh John T., teacher piano, r. 804 Van 
Ness Av 



Keil 0. C, proprietor Enterprise Planing Mills, 
146-154 Berry 

Kelly William T. (James & Kelly), r. 1127 
Stevenson 

Kenney J. B., bartender Porter & Springier, r. 
7431/2 Tehama 

Kieferdorf Fred F., druggist Richter & Quarg 

Kiernan Ann, widow, r. 78 Converse 
" James, cooper, r. 78 Converse 
" John, cooper, r. 78 Converse 

Eilbum Paris, Bank Commissioner, 530 Califor- 
nia, rooms 19-20, r. 1117a Taylor 

Kinghorn-Jones J. Alfred, cloths and cassi- 
meres, 2254 Geary, room 48, r. Berkeley 

Enlgbts of Pythias Burial Association, S. W. 
Powell president, Lee F. Russell secre- 
tary, office 997 Market 

Knox James (Alexander & Knox), r. 153 Minna 

Krecker Carl, carpenter, r. 13 Shotwell 

Eruse & Bellmer, groceries and liquors, 437 
Turk cor Larkin 

Kutcher Adolph, saddler, r. 674 Brannan 

Lane Frederick J., D. D. S., dentist, office 508 
Sutter, hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., telephone 
Main 5357, r. 3317 Sutter 

Lange Oscar V., photographer, 26 Montgomery, 
r. Berkeley 

Larimer Anderson W., bookkeeper Witzel & 
Baker, r. 27 Elgin Park Av 
" Elmer F., porter R. N. Nason & Co., r. 27 
Elgin Park Av 

Lasker Julius, choice wines and liquors, and 
fine commercial lunch, 110 Powell 

Lautermilch Leopold, shirt maker, 338 Bush, r. 
933 Oak 

Lawton Edward J., fine plumbing specialties 
and steam and hot water heating, 506 
Geary bet Taylor and Jones, r. 7 Bel- 
vedere 

Layng Bella, milliner, 331 Powell 

Leake William S., president Martin Manufac- 
turing Co., 638 Post, r. Palace Hotel 

Leonhardt Charles Jr., manager Monarch Card 
Machine Co., 300 Sutter, r. 5 Carlos PI 

Levy E. Harry, manufacturers' agent, r. 817% 
Geary 
" Julius, r. 34 Ellis 

Lewis George, conductor Market St, Ry, r. 314 
Turk 
" Williams. (W. S. Lewis & Co.), r. 1415i^ 

Folsom 
" Wirt P., clerk, r. 314 Turk 

Long Percy V., attorney at law, 3 Mills Bldg^ 
8th iaoor, r. 1318 Page 

Luce George W., assistant general freight 
agent S. P. Co., r. 3335 Gough 

Lufkin Joseph, lodgings, 5 Market 

Macdonald & McEinnon (D. B. Macdonald and 
A. J. McKinnon), lumber dealers, 541 
Brannan bet 4th and 5th 

Maddox Cabel H. (Wanner & Maddox), r. 104 
Baker 

Maiwald Gustav, band instrument maker, 3 
Hardie PI, r. 1350a 18th , 

Marley Robert, stamper James H. Duncan, r. 
650 Folsom . 

Marsh Frederick D., vice-president Burnham 
& Marsh Co., 628 Market, r. Alameda 

Martin Charles M., vice-president Martin Man- 
ufacturing Co., 628 Post, r. 735 Pine 

Martin Manufacturing Co., William S. Leake 
president, Charles M. Martin vice-pres- 
ident, Eugene C. Rohn secretary, James 
H. McCoi-mick treasurer, 638 Post 

McCormick James H., treasurer Martin Manu- 
facturing Co., r. 314, 4th Av 

McCormick S. B., proprietor New Maison Doree 
Bakery, 217 Kearny 

McKellar Norman, with W. H. Bailey & Son, r. 
30 Fair Oaks 

McKinstry E. W. (Stanly, McKinstry, Bradley 
& McKinstry), attorney at law, 4 Sutter, 
rooms 36-31, r, 1237 O'Farrell 
" James C. (Stanly, McKinstry, Bradley & 
McKinstry), attorney at law, 4 Sutter, 
rooms 36 31, r. 1337 O'Farrell 

McMahon James A. (successor to B. McMahon 
& Son), contractor, wharf and bridge 
builder, 210-314 Spear, r. 3476, 20th 



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McMurtry Leslie B., president New Era Gold 

M. and M. Co., 214 Pine, roona 52, r, 929, 

20th 
McNear Fred W., attorney at law, 28 Mills Bldg 

Sth floor 
Meese Adolph, secretary Brown, Meese and 

Craddock, 320 Sansome, r. Oakland 
Miller D., manager California Coal and Grain 

Co., 663 Market, r. 1333 Pine 
Milner Brothers (William K. and Cbarles H.), 

wood and coal, 1138 McAllister 

MISH S. C, 

physician and surgeon, office and r. 
407 Devisadero cor Oak, hours 8 to 10 
a. m., 1 to 3 and 6:30 to 7:30 p. m., 
Sundays 8 to 10 a. m. 

Mitchell & Tietjen (N. J. Mitchell and George 

H. Tietjen), proprietors Union Metal 

Sign Co., 575 Mission 
Moeller Carl (Columbia Brewing Co.). r. 447, 19th 
Moller Gustave (MoUer & Sass), r. Berkeley 
" & Sass (Gustave Moller and Louis Sass), 

contractors, 604 California 
MoUestad Thomas, master bktn Newsboy, ofQce 

108 Clay 
Morando Giacomo (Torre & Morando), r. 1619 

Dupont 

Mount Olivet Cemetery Assn., 

M. C. Walton president, H. T. Graves 
secretary, office 997 Market 

Mulhern John, mfr flavoring extracts, 124 Mar- 
ket, r. 905 Market 

Mund William, watchmaker and jeweler, 104 
Stockton, r. 1110 Scott 

Myer A. W., office 14 Mills Bldg, 2d floor, r. 517 
Baker 

Napoleoni Galliani. vocalist, r. 23 Haight 

National Folding Box and Paper Co., Arthur W. 
Pooley agent, 139 Post 

Native Sons of the Golden West Cemetery 
Association, L. P. Powelson president, 
T.C. Conmy secretary, office 997 Market 

Nelson Louis L., secretary The Weekly Benefit 
Society of America, 1209% Polk, r. Ber- 
keley 

Nelson Nels G. (Such & Nelson), 1214 Folsom 

New Era Gold Mining and Milling Co. (Hum- 
boldt Co. Nev.), office 214 Pine, room 52 

New Maison Doree Bakery, S. B. McCormick 
proprietor, 217 Kearny 

New York Manufacturing Co. (N. Y.), Julius 
Newman agent, 35 New Montgomery 

Newell William H., physician and surgeon, r. 
2428 Bush 

Newell William H. Jr., stenographer, r. 2428 Bush 

Newman Julius, agent New York Manufactur- 
ing Co., 35 New Montgomery 

Nicholson William A. S., attorney at law, 410 
Kearny, room 8, r. 518 Baker 

North Pacific Mining and Transportation Co., 
319 Pine 

Pacific Coast Official Railway and Steamship 
Guide (monthly). Time Schedule Adver- 
tising and Publication Co., publishers, 
22 Clay 



Pacific Coast Telephone Construction Co. The, 
J. H. Hogan manager, 8, 8th 

Pacific Press Publishing Co. (Oakland), C. H. 
Jones president and manager, 16 Crocker 
Bldg 

Pankow Herman, foreman National Brewery, 
r. 708 Grove 

Parker Charles H., compositor Call. r. 516 Oak 

Pearl Annie Miss, dressmaker, r. 153 Octavia 
" Isidor, carpet dealer, r. 153 Octavia 
" Max, plumber, r. 153 Octavia 

Petersen Hans P. (H. P. Petersen & Co.), r. 228a 
McAllister 

Petersen H. P. & Co. (H. P. Petersen), under- 
takers and embalmers, 228 McAllister 

Pooley Arthur W., agent National Folding Box 
and Paper Co., 139 Post, room 25, r. Man- 
zanita 

Postal Guide U. S. Official, J. D. Robertson 
agent, 729 Montgomery 

Powers John O., writer with A. Schilling & Co., 
r. Hotel Bella Vista 

Preble Frank E., secretary, r. 11 Hyde 

Ritter Edward, compositor Brown, Messe & 
Craddock, r. 14V4 Shotwell 

Rhodes Emmit Co., physician and surgeon, 
office and r. 624 Kearny 

Samuel Wolf, tailor, 416 Folsom 

Sass Louis (Moller & Sass), r. 4431, 20th 

Scott W. O., collector, 410 Kearny, room 8 

Scribner's Charles Sons (New York), Edwin 
B. Bull manager, 119-131 Phelan Bldg 

Shapiro Wolff, peddler, r. 211 Langton 

Shepard John E., office 322 Washington, r. Oak- 
land 

Silver Moon Laundry, 385, 8th 

Society (monthly). Miss Jessie N. Robertson 
editor, 918 Hyde 

Stanly John A. (Stanly, McKinstry, Bradley 
& McKinstry), r. 1221 Jackson, Oakland 

Stanly, McKinstry, Bradley & McKinstry 
(John A. Stanly. E. W. McKinstry, H. 
W. Bradley and James C. McKinstry), 
attorneys at law, 4 Sutter, room 26-31 

Stevens John H,, metropolitan agent accident 
dept ^tna Life Ins. Co., 511-513 Safe 
Deposit Bldg, r. Oakland 

Stuart Charles A., asst. manager Western 
Assurance Co. and British American 
Assurance Co., r. 1818 Fell 

Swearingen Obadiah S., tailor, 554 Kearny 
" O. S. Mrs., dressmaking, 5% Kearny 

Tampon Edward, decorator Anderson & Dan- 
ielson 

Time Schedule Advertising and Publication 
Co., publishers Pacific Coast Official 
Railway and Steamship Guide, 22 Clay 

Underwood Maro F., physician, 924 Geary 

Unique Printing Co., 22 !4 Geary 

United State Business Directory, Edward Dob- 
son agent, 4 Lawrence PI 

Vincent Thomas, shades, curtains, etc., 320 
Post, r. 517a 19th 
" Samuel R., boatman, NE cor 4th and Ken- 
tucky 

von Johannsen W. E., president Alina Colony, 
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A A House, John F. Bolts proprietor, 304 Kearny 
AB C Guide (montbly), Traffic Publishing Co. 
publishers and proprietors, 429 Mont- 
gomery 
ABC House, John Ferguson proprietor, NW 

cor Kearny and California 
A. & A. Line (Round the World Route), L. F. 
Cockroft agent, ticket office 114 Mont- 
gomery 
A. & K. Building, 14 McAllister 
Aachen & Munich Fire Insurance Co. (of Aix 
la Chapelle, Germany), Voss, Conrad & 
Co. managers, 204 Sansome 
Aagard Hakon J., painter Palace Hotel, r. 328 

Fremont 
Aaron Aaron (Aaron Bros.), r. 1432 Geary 

Brothers (Simon and Aaron), ladies' fur- 
nishing goods, 1036 Market 
D. Mrs., dressmaking, 137, 6th, r. 626 Golden 

Gate Av 
David, paper patterns, 137. 6th, r. 626 Gol- 
den Gate Av 
Emil, cigar maker Frahm & Frankenberg, 

r. 1625 Post 
Harris, capmaker G. Rosenberg & Son, r. 

905 Folsom 
Harry S., salesman, r. 626 Golden Gate Av 
Joseph, barber, 223 Fillmore, r. 27 Laussat 

Av 
Leopold, salesman Meier Katten, r. 1432 

Geary 
Oscar, plumber, r. 27 Laussat Av 
Simon (Aaron Bros.), r. 616 Geary 
Theresa, widow, r. 503a G'Farrell 
Victor, bookkeeper Son Bros. & Co., r. 626 
Golden Gate Av 
4®= Aaron. See Aron 

Aarreberg Loritz, seaman, r. 1413 Montgomery 
Abadie Henry, clerk L. F. Lastreto, r. 2215 Polk 
" John B., butcher B. Salles & Co., r. SE 

cor 5th Av South and M 
" Lucien F., clerk Abramson-Heunisch Co., 

r. 1410 Sacramento 
" William, rancher, r. 1410 Sacramento 
" William E., salesman A. Repsold & Co., r. 
1410 Sacramento 
Abbate Henry, barber, r. 106 Arlington 
Abtoes Franz H., painter and decorator. 1803 

Polk, r. 1906 Filbert 
Abbey Edgar W., bookkeeper and cashier Hall's 
Safe and Lock Works, r. Oakland 

Abbey Land & Improvement Co., 

George L. Center president, Martin C. 
Walton secretary, 302 Montgomery, 
rooms 7-8 

Abbiati Caesar P., musician, r. 704'>4 Larkin 



Abbot George, proprietor San Francisco Wool 

Exchange, 412 Townsend, tel South 270, 

r. Cambridge, Mass. 
" M. G. Mrs., widow, r. 1527 Sutter 
Abbot S. Leonard Jr.; secretary Security Sav- 
ings Bank, Mills Bldg, r. 2411 Pierce 
Abbotsford House, Sigmund S. Alsberg proprie- 
tor, 1416 Broadway 
Abbotsford The, Lauriston& Ross proprietors, 

26 Eddy 
Abbott A., clerk gen. pass, agent's office S. P. 

Co., r. Oakland 
" Allan H., asst. ticket agent S. P. Co., office 

613 Market, r. 2617 Pine 
" Charles, teamster, r. 40 Juniper 
Abbott Charles H., wool broker, NW cor. 5th 

and Bluxome, tel South 64, r. 1632 Vallejo, 

tel Sutter 131 
" E. Mrs., widow, r. 210 Hyde 
" Edward, conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 108J4 

Central Av 
Abbott F. H., book and job printer and binder, 

410 Sansome, r. 129 Vicksburg 
" George, clerk, r. 86314 Market 
" George, laborer T. N. Furlong, 1219 Market 
" George E., printer, r. 533 Lott 
" George H., clerk Judson & Co., r. 702 Ellis 
" George H., salesman Union Paper Co., r. 

405 Grove 
" George J., salesman Hale Bros., r. 309 

Hyde 
" George W., clerk clothing and equipage 

office quartermaster's dept. U. S. A., r. 

221 Capp 
" House, Mrs. Victoria Jamart proprietor, 

109, 5th 
" Isabelle Miss, stenographer Fireman's 

Fund Ins. Co., r. Alameda 
" J. M., superintendent W. Morgan & Co , 

819 Market, room 43 
" John M., paper hanger J. St. Denis & Co., 

r. 405 Grove 
" Joseph, bookkeeper, r. 110 Ellis 
'• Joseph K., broker, r. 800 Kearny 



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Abbott M. Louis, salesman C. W. Craig & Co., 
r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
" Ralph H., clerk local freight office S. P. 

Co., r. 704 Larkin 
" Samuel S., r. Treat Av nr Stoneman 
" Solon B., deputy supreme royal guardian 
Royal Fraternal Guardians, r. Santa 
Rosa, Cal. 
" Sophronia E., widow, r. 16 Locust 
" Thomas, liquors, 16 Clay, and bakery, 514 
Castro, r. 235 Douglass 
Abbott William, cashier Methodist Book De- 
pository, r. 311 Haight 
" William, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Abbott William M., attorney at law. 101 San- 
some, rooms 20-33, r. 311 Haight 
«g= Abbott. See Abbot 
Abel Andrew M., carpenter, r. 126, 15th 
" Bertha Miss, saleslady Charles Krieger, r. 

35 Madison Av 
" Charles, baker, r. 625 Clay 
" George, machinist, r. 126, 15th 
" George A., chief inspector Produce Ex- 
change Call Board Association, 42 Mer- 
chants' Exchange Bldg, r. 1303 Page 
" H. C, hassock maker, r. 532 Grove 
" Herman, stonecutter, r. Moultrie nr Pow- 

hattan 
" Ida Miss, seamstress, r. 39 Sycamore Av 
" Irving, peddler, r. 27 Folsom Av 
" John J., mason, r. 1129 Howard 
" John T., machinist, r. 126, 15th 
" Margaret, widow, r. 39 Sycamore Av 
" William H., sailmaker William Davis, r. 
West Berkeley 
Abeling J. Clements, woodworker A. Vetter, r. 

7 Dale PI 
Abell Peter, baker, r. 413 Minna 

" Theresa, widow, r. 1533 Sacramento 
Abels Henry L., salesman Marshall, Teggart 
& Co., r. 1 Cleveland 
" Herman, cabinet maker, r. 327 Capp 
Aben Christian (Schilling & Aben), r. 1501 Turk 
Abend-Post San Francisco (German daily, 
weekly and Sunday), ofQce 535 California 
Abend-Post Co., Charles Samuels president, 
proprietors and publishers San Fran- 
cisco Abend- Post, 535 California 
Abenheim Leopold, teacher languages, r. 2)12 

Pine 
Aber William E., salesman Harris & Jones, r. 

8321/4 Harrison 
Abergren Andrew, watchman Palace Hotel 
Aberman Julius, rabbi, r. 322, 7th 
Abernathy John V., special policeman State 

Harbor Commissioners, r. 32, 4th 
Abernethy Everett C, clerk ticket auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. San Mateo 
Abley Fritz, cook Charles Clarke, r. 151/2 Scott PI 
Abraham Abraham, bookkeeper, r. 2414 Fillmore 
" Abraham, clothing, 402 Pacific 
" Carl, tailor, 302 Turk 
" Charles, nursery, Greenwich bet Franklin 

and Gough 
" Charles J., clerk Joseph S, Warren, r. 834 

Fulton 
" Christian B., salesman Wichman, Lutgen 

& Co., r. Elmhurst, Alameda Co. 
" David, clerk Heller, Bachman & Co., r. 834 

Fulton 
" Frank, barber, 609 Larkin 
" Fritz, porter August F. Meyer, r. 249 Clem- 
entina 
" Gabriel (Rosenblum & Abraham), r. 1146 

Turk 
" Hyman (Samuel & Abraham), r. 701 Larkin 



Abraham Hyman, capmaker Welters, Schein & 
Co.,r. 1820 Powell 
" Isidor, barber Robert T. Brode'<, r. 671 
McAllister 
Isidor, tailor, r. 527 Natoma 
Joseph, r. 1209 Octavia 
Joseph, foreman, r. 323, 49th Av 
Louis, salesman D. Samuels, r. 834 Fulton 
Mary Miss, r. 402 Pacific 
Max, caterer, 428 Geary, r. 930 Broderick 
Max, merchant tailor, 320 Montgomery Av, 

r. 1308 Jackson 
Mayer, tailor, r. 36 Grove 
Minnie, widow, r. 2414 Geary 
Morris, cutter Rosenblum & Abraham, r. 

1146 Turk 
Nathan, salesman Heller, Bachman & Co., 

r. 332, 2d Av 
Philip, insurance, 325 Sansome, r. 2414 Fill- 
more 
SacDuel, traveling salesman, r. 834 Fulton 
Sophie Mrs., midwife, 314i^, 11th 
4®° Abraham. See Abrahams, Abrahm, Abram 

and Abrams 
Abrahams Abe, clerk Louis Abrahams, r. 14:^9 
Buchanan 
" Abraham, peddler, r. 609 Natoma 
" Fred, clerk W. J. Landers, r. 636 Eddy 
" Harry, clerk Louis Abrahams, r. 1125 

Laguna 
" Henry, shirtmaker, r. 34031-4 California 
" Joseph, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 1125 

Laguna 
" Joseph, tailor, 410 Kearny, room 24, r. 1223 

Ellis 
" Lesser, hat and cap manufacturer, 1306 

Powell 
" Louis, clothing, 4-6 Clay, r. 1125 Laguna 
" Max, diamond broker, 136 Kearny, room C, 

r. 539 Turk 
" Max, tailor, r. 469% Minna 
" Meyer, cutter Louis Abrahams, r. 1233 

Ellis 
" Morris, tailor Hyman S. Jacobs, r. 106 

Hyde 
" Morris, traveling salesman Sideman, 

Lachman & Co., r. 1016 Fillmore 
" Moses, traveling salesman Graf Bros., r. 

1125 Laguna 
" Peter, teamster, r. 12 Laskie 
" Zeke, r. 310 Stockton 
Abrahamson A., laborer Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 
301 Sierra 
" Anton B., engineer, r. ZOM Stanly PI 
Abrahamson Benjamin P., manager P. Abra- 
hamson, r. 1023 Hyde 
» Eric master schrAnastacia, r. 403 Steuart 
" Gustave, manager R. Isaacs & Bro., 135- 

137 Sansome, r. 803 Ellis 
" Josephine, widow, nurse, r. %\V2 Chesley 
" Julius, manager Isidor Lichtenstein, 35^4 

O'Farrell, r. 1226 Union 
" Ludwig, helper Whitney Transfer Co., r. 12 
Laskie 
Abrahamson Peter, proprietor and inventor 
Abrahamson's System of Perfect Venti- 
lation, 623 Howard, opposite New Mont 
gomery, r. 1033 Hyde 
" Peter J., teamster Whitney Transfer Co., 

r. 13 Laskie 
" Samuel, r. 1209 Ootavla 
4®~ Abrahamson. See Abramson 
Abrahamson's System of Perfect Ventilation, 
P. Abrahamson proprietor, 623 Howard 
opposite New Montgomery 
Abrahm Henry, dental student, r. 1408 Fulton 
" Pauline, widow, r. 1408 Fulton 
" Samuel, salesman Sachs Bros. & Co., r. 
1408 Fulton 
Abram Robert, stage carpenter, r. 38 Linden 
Av 
" William, r. 38 Linden Av 
Abramovich Andrew (Abramovich Bros, cfe Co.), 
r. 1654 Polk 
" Brothers & Co. (John and Andrew Abramo- 
vich and Mark Tasovaz), fruits and 
dairy produce, 1654 Polk 
" Drago R. (Balich & Abramovich), r. 400 
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Abramovioh John (Abramovich Bros. & Co.), r. 

' 1654 Polk 
Abramowitz Joseph L,., clothing, 1028 Howard 
Abrams Abraham J. (A. J. Abrams & Co.), r. 

521 Turk 
" A. J. & Co. (Abraham J. Abrams, Abraham 

Levy and Frederick H. Maret), barbers, 

209a Powell 
Albert, physician, 431 Geary 
Brothers (Solomon and Louis), hay, grain, 

wood and coal, 1234 Folsom 
Dolla, peddler, r. 33 Hinckley 
Donald E., car dispatcher Market St. Ry., 

r. 2317 Mission 
Edgar, clerk, r. 1716 Pacific Av 
Emilia, widow, r. 1708 Clay 
George, dental student, r. 1716 Pacific Av 
Gus D., cigars, 210 Kearny, r. 308 Kearny 
Gustav, salesman B. Roman, r. 839 Mc- 
Allister 
H. & Co. (Herman Abrams and Jacob 

Cohn), pawnbroker, 785 Mission 
Harry, peddler, r. 716 Broadway 
Harry M. (M. L. Levy & Co.), r. 206 Kearny 
Herman (H. Abrams & Co.), r. llllB Golden 

Gate Av 
Isaac, clerk, r. 1809 Powell 
Isaac, merchant, r. 1624 Sutter 
Isaac, salesman A. & T. Weil & Co., r. 591 

Ellis 
Jacob, boots and shoes, 534 Kearny, r. 1036 

Sacramento 
Jacob, teamster Charles Jacobson & Co., 

r. 209 Linden Av 
James M., brick contractor, r. 1136 Howard 
John, r. 109 Pierce 
Joseph D., salesman A. Andrews, r. 221 

Montgomery 
Keve, peddler, r. 313 Langton 
Lippman, tailor, r. 716 
Louis, r. 1008 Van Ness Av 
Louis (Abrams Bros.), r. 1108 Bryant 
Louis, foreman Cleveland Faucet Co., r. 

23214 Grove 
Louisa, widow, r. 1716 Pacific Av 
Marx, barber, 1103 Howard, r. 3 Harrison Av 
Max, salesman Rosenthal Bros. & Co., r. 

2325/2 Grove 
Melville, r. 1716 Pacific Av 
Morris, junk dealer, r. 1520 Devisadero 
R. Mrs., widow, r. Pacific Hebrew Home 
Samuel, bookkeeper Meyerfeld, Mitchell 

& Co., r. 1520 Devisadero 
Samuel, salesman Rosenthal Bros. & Co., 

r. 634 Linden Av 
Solomon (Abrams Bros.), r. 448 7th, rear 
William, expressman, r. 33314 Grove 
4®=Abrams. See Abraham, Abrahams and 

Abram 
Abramsky Willi am H., bookkeeper, r. 1714 Market 
Abramson David, r. 1409 Octavia 
Abramson Edward, president Abramson- 

Heunisch Co. (incorporated), 26-38 Main 

ABRAMSON-HEUNISCH CO. 

(incorporated), Edward Abramson 
president, Adam Heunisch vice-presi- 
dent, Albert Heuniscb secretary, C. N. 
Spiero treasurer, bottlers', liquor deal- 
ers and druggists' supplies and corks, 
26-28 Main, Telephone Main 1847. 
Eastern addresses, 174 E. Randolpli, 
Chicago; 115-117 Maiden Lane, New 
York. European addresses, 8 Men- 
delsohn, Berlin; 35 Boulevard de Stras- 
burg, Paris. 

4®" Abramson. See Abrahamson 

Abrate Carolina, widow, dressmaker, r. 225 
Chestnut 

Abrego George A., barber, 1142 Union 

Abrook John, boatbuilder, r. 663 Howard 

Abt Charles, carrier postofflce, r. Alameda 
" Moritz, groceries and liquors, 823 Vallejo 

Academy Building, 330 Pine 
" Hall, 937 Mission 

" House, Mrs. L. Wilcox proprietor, 705 Cali- 
fornia 

Academy of Sciences, library and museum, 819 
Market 



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Academy of the Immaculate Conception, 1212- 

1214 Guerrero 
Academy of the Sacred Heart, conducted by 
the Ladies of the Sacred Heart, SW cor 
Franklin and Ellis 
Accarier Joseph, ironer John Bernou, r. 639, 3d 
Ace William, seaman, r. 845 Merchant 
Aoeret Emil, shirt cutter Neustadter Bros., r. 
425 Grove 
" Jacob, gardener Masonic Cemetery, r. 425 
Grove 
Aceves Dolores Mrs., r. 21 Sherwood PI 
Ach Henry (Rothchild & Ach), attorney at law, 
303 California, rooms 5-8, r. 3419 Webster 
" Julius, agent Jacob S. Bernheimer & Bro. 
(New York), 303 California, room 19, r. 
2015 Bush 
Achard Julia A. Mrs., midwife, r. 555 Mission 
'• Meliton, laborer, r. 555 Mission 
" William (Achard & Lopez), r. 806, 3d 
Achard William L., secretary and manager 
Whitney Transfer Co., 3-5 Commercial, r. 
Oakland 
" & Lopez (William Achard and John Lopez), 
restaurant, 604, 3d 
Acheson Alexander W., cashier Olympic Club, 
r. 6 Seymour Av 
■> Allen, barber Richard Geike, r. 334 Turk 
" Jane Mrs., r. Our Lady's Home 
" Robert, commission merchant, 120 Battery, 
r. 1103 Montgomery 
jes= Acheson. See Atchinson, Atchison and 

Atkinson 
Achilles Thomas F., shipwright, r. 145 Hancock 
Ackenheil Mitchel, conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 

13221/2 Pine 
Acker Frances Miss, dressmaker, r. 825 Post 
" Francis V., carpenter and builder, 1337 

Bush, r. 2417 Buchanan 
" Franz, tailor, .307 Leavenworth 
" Nicholas A., patent attorney, 137 Mont- 
gomery, room 7, r. Fruitvale 
" Valentine, tailor, r. 825 Post 
" William H., teamster J. J. Duffy & Co., r. 
909 Kearny 
J8®=- Acker. See Aker 

Ackerman Andrew M., steamfltter, r. 1000 Minna 
" B., clerk, r. 737 Howard 
" Charles, carpenter, r. 650b Jessie 
" Charles L. (Naphtaly, Freidenrich & Ack- 
erman), attorney at law, 438 California, 
rooms 4-6, r. The Baldwin 
' ' Charles L. , bookkeeper Westinghouse Elec. 

and Mfg. Co., r. 333 Geary 
" Edward, with Cal. Furniture Mfg. Co., r. 

1316 Sutter 
" Gottlieb, butcher, r. 218, Uth 
" Gottlieb Mrs., dressmaking, 218, 11th 
" Henry, carpenter, r. 1333 Mission 
Ackerman Henry L., superintendent San Fran- 
cisco District Telegraph Co., 306 Kearny, 
r. 820 Ellis 
" Herman, master mariner, r. 2738 Folsom 
" Hyman, r. 927 Sutter 
Ackerman Isidore H., manager Cook & Co., 123 

Kearny, r. 1423 Sutter 
Ackerman Isidore S., manager Anglo-American 
Crockery and Glassware Co. , 108-110 Pine, 
r. 2419 Washington 
" John D., land agent, 420 California, room 27, 

r. Oakland 
" Mary V., widow, dressmaking, 14 McAl- 
lister 
" Robert, s aman, r. 9 Madison Av 
" Samuel J., salesman D. N. & E. Walter & 
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Ackerman Samuel S., solicitor Atlas Assurance 

Co., r. 2419 Washington 
Ackerman S. L. (L. Greenbaum & Co.), and gen- 
eral manager Rapid Safety Filter Co.. 
office 320 Montgomery, r. 2202 Jackson 
" Ulrioh, assayer Louis Falkenau, r. 529 

Bush 
" William C, printer Post, r. 226 Stockton 
Ackerman & Kohn, carp t department Cali- 
fornia Furniture Manufacturing Co., 
117-121 Geary 
>8®= Ackerman. See Akprman 
Ackermann Charles, bartender, r. 1513 Polk 
Ackerson Catherine, widow, r. 5 Welsh 
" Charles W., cl rk, r. 306 Green 
" Emma v., widow, r. 306 Green 
" George E., liquors, SW cor 3d and Howard, 

r. 462 Bryant 
" Herbert, teamster George W. Emmons 
" P., seaman str Areata 
" William, laborer, r. 532 Howard 
" William W. (Ackerson & Patterson), r. 2125 

Pine 
" & Patterson (William W. Ackerson and 
William Patterson), contractors and 
builders, 88 Flood Bldg 
4®="Ackerson. See Acheson, Atchison, Atchin- 

son and Atkinson 
Ackley Edward, collector, 124 Sansome, rooms 
19-20, r. 2917 Harrison 
•' Henry S., master str State of California, 

r. 1414 Hyde 
" John, laborer Albert E. Buckman, r. NW 

cor Steiner and Hermann 
■' Julia E. Miss, bookkeeper Standard Col- 
lection and Mercantile Co., r. 1210>^ 
Union 
" Mary E. Mrs. (Perkins Cycle Co.), r. 528 

Oak 
" William C, carpenter, r. 16th Av South nr F 
Acklom Alfred E., collector Gas Consumers 

Assn., r. 710 O'Farrell 
j6®"Ackman. See Akmann 
Acme Building and Loan Association, Adolph 

Calmann secretary, 14 Montgom-ry 
Acme Candle Works (Cincinnati, Ohio), Free- 
man, Smith & Co. agents, 122 California 
Acme Engraving Co., Andrew C. Cunningham 
manager, 436 Montgomery 
" House, Edward Rolkin proprietor, 957-961 
Market 
Acme Paint Remover Co., F. H. McCormick 
president, Arthur Pawson secretary, 13 
Pine 
" White Lead and Color Wks., Alfred R. 
Kelly agent, 303 California, room 20 
Acores Hotel, Raulino V. Silveira proprietor, 

112 Jackson 
Acors Annie G, widow, r. 130 Rose Av 
Acosta Jesus, tamale maker, r. 617^4 Ellis rear 
Acres Ricliard T., president Acres & Williams 
Co., 412 Commercial, r. Alameda 

ACRES & WILLIAMS CO. 

(incorporated), R. T. Acres president, 
H. E. F. Williams vice-president, M. M. 
Morton secretary, bookbinders and 
printers, 412 Commercial 

4®°" Acres. See Akers 
Acton Fannie Mrs., r. 1509b Howard 
" Harry, seaman, r. 1184 Harrison rear 
" John B. (Acton & Perry), r. 2216 Webster 
" Joseph, bartender Thomas K. Rothen- 

burger, r. 3 Scheerer PI 
" Richard, harness maker, 2803 Mission, r. 
534, 24th 



Acton Robert, shoemaker P. F. Nolan & Co. 

" & Perry (John B. Acton and Richard H. 
Perry), liquors, 236 Turk 
Acves Arthur, clerk Rosenberg Bros., r. 21 Sher- 
wood PI 
Adachi K., tea packer Tillmann & Bendel, r. 

916 Montgomery 
Adair Bert, butcher Charles Goodwin, r. 2620 
Bush 

" Charles B., lather, r. 740 Howard 

" Charles J., express messenger, r. 1337, 24th 

" Robert, machinist, r. 1016 Powell 

" William H. (Harrington & Adair), r. 620 
McAllister 
Adam August, beer bottler Charles Roschmann, 
r. 120 Shotwell 

" C, porter Cal. Wine Assn. 
Adam George, physician and surgeon, 146 Phe- 
lan Bldg, office hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 
p. M., r. 2123 Larkin nr Green 

" George A., press agent Morosco's Grand 
Opera House, r. 2037 Taylor 

" L. Douglas, assistant city editor Call, r. 
2037 Taylor 

" Robert, baker, r. 322 Sanchez 

" Sarah T. T., widow, r. 18 Beaver 

" Thomas, Estate of, Mrs. K. A. Rivers ad- 
ministratrix, 814 Hayes 
Adam & Kibbe Building, 14 McAllister 
Adami Annie Miss, compositor Valleau & Peter- 
son, r. 113 Trenton 

" Christopher, r. 835 Vallejo 

" Conrad, r. 825 Vallejo 

" Henry, cook William Smale 

" John, cooper David Woerner, r. 825 Vallejo 

" John, paper carrier, r. 113 Trenton 

" Margaret A., domestic, 709 Clayton 

" Philip, laborer Western Sugar Refinery, r. 
124, 5th Av South 
vB®" Adami. See Adamy 
Adamko Andrew, trackman Market St. Ry., r. 

242, 14th 
Adams Adam W., driver Phoenix Brewery, r. 112 
Hancock 

" Adolph, salesmanlrvine Bros., r. 617 Green- 
wich 

" Albert, coremaker Schrader & Co., r. 117 
Bernard 

" Albert, physician, r. 2426 Fillmore 

" Albert F., horseshoer, 2407 Mission, r. 1822 
San Carlos Av 

" Albert F., internal revenue adjuster, 423 
Washington, r. Alameda 

" Alexander P. (A.P.Adams & Co.), r. 1500 
Masonic Av 

" Alfred J., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 3205 
Clay 

" Allen R.. agent Johnson Co., 41 Mills Bldg, 
8th floor 

" Amos C. (Adams & Adams), r. 2401 Webster 
Adams A. P. & Co. (Alexander P. and M. E. 

Adams), coffee roasters, 139, 1st 
Adams Archibald H., secretary and manager 
The San Francisco Autographic Reg- 
ister Co., 523 Market, r. 1923 Vallejo 

" Arthur L., clerk postofflce, r. 144 Clipper 

" Benjamin, bootblack, r. 12 Ellis 

" Benjamin, foreman stock cutter W. H. 
Nolan & Co., r. East Oakland 

" Bertram, messenger, r. 318 Clapp 
Adams-Booth Co. (Sacramento), wholesale 
grocers, office 405 Front, room 4 

" Carrie Miss, dressmaking, 112 Pennsyl- 
vania Av 

" Cathella Miss, porcelain artist, r. 1910 
Hyde 
Adams C. F. Co., James Price manager, deal- 
ers in household necessities, 156, 5t.h 

" C. Frank, accountant, r. 300 Pennsylvania 
Av 

" Charles, r. 707 Valencia 

" Charles, machinist Fulton Eng. & Ship 
Bldg. Wks, r. 8073^ Union 
Adams Charles, merchant tailor, 1384 Market, 
r. 1217J4 Hayes 

" Charles, mill hand Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 112 
Pennsylvania Av 

" Charles, porter M. H. Lichtenstein & Son, 
r. 613 Washington 



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Pierce 
" Charles C, traveling representative Whit- 

aker & Ray Co., 723 Market 
" Charles D., gardener, r. 1122, 13th Av.South 
" Charles F., cashier, r. 1910 Hyde 
" Charles H., shorthand reporter, 45-46 Mills 

Bldg, 8th floor, r. Berkeley 
" Charles H., with William J. Adams, r. Palo 

Alto 
" Charles J., driver Edward C. Chase, r. 1933 

Fillmore 
Adams Charles L., manager Lind Vineyard 

Wine Cellar, 137-139, 1st, r. 1500 Masonic 

Av 
" Charles M.. conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

1315 Steiner 
" Charles W., carpenter S. P. Co., r. 7 Uranus 
" Charles W., clerk Beniamin Mirsky, r. 315% 

Mason 
" Chester L., tool maker Shreve & Co., r. 604 

Leavenworth 
" Conrad, shoemaker, 187 Jessie 
" David, steward str Lakme 
" DeWitt, bootblack, 401 O'Farrell, r. 704 

Howard 
" Edward, liquors, 1051 Howard 
•' Edward, painter P. C. S. S. Co., r. 331 

Green 
" Edward F., agricultural editor Chronicle, 

r. 1323 California 
" Edward G., cement worker, r. 104 McAllis- 
ter 
Adams Edward M., attorney at law, 508 Mont- 
gomery, room 13 
" Edward S., mining, r. 800 Kearny 
" Edwin, glove cutter F. G. Conklin & Co., r. 

" Edwin H., check clerk O.R. & N. Co., r. 231, 3d 

" Ella Miss, forelady, r. 1310 Mason 

" Ellen, widow, r. Victoria nr Palmetto Av 

" Elmira, widow, r. 318 Capp 

" Emil, paper hanger M. Harmuth, r. 130 Fern 
Av 

" Emil M., plumber, r. 833 Green 

" Emile, confectionery, 394. 6th 

" Emma, widow, r. 838'/^ Harrison 

" Ernest H., jeweler, r. Lick House 

" Forrest E., clerk, r. 1813 Steiner 

" Frank, carpenter, r. 1440, 26th 

" Frank, cook W. E. Comstock, r. 536, 4th 

' ' Frank C. , candy maker Rothschild & Ehren- 
pfort, r. 36 Moss 

" Frank E., lumber clerk Bellingham Bay 
Imp't Co., r. 813 Powell 

" Frank P., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 1911 
McAllister 

" Frederick, attorney at law, 3 Mills Bldg, 
4th floor, r. Oakland 

" George, clerk Peter Bacigalupi, r. 24 Dor- 
land 

" George, steward, r. 110914 Pacific 

" George C, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 330 
8th Av 

" George E., butcher. 3773, 16th, r. 1907 Har- 
rison 

" George J., expressman, SW cor Post and 
Grant Av, r. 3312 Jones 

" George M., groceries and liquors, SE cor 
Grove and Buchanan, r. 118 Webster 

" George M. Mrs., widow, r. 118 Webster 

" George P., r. 717 Post 

" George P., clerk Albert F. Adams, r. 441 



George R., 16 Mills Bldg, 7th floor 
George W., clerk James De Fremery & Co., 

r. 507 Pine 
George W., lumber surveyor, 9 Mission, r. 

707 Stockton 
Grove, r. 3314 Broderick 
H., solicitor, r. 529 Sacramento 
Hannah W., widow, r. 300 Pennsylvania Av 
Harry B., clerk H. K. Belden, r. 531 Post 
Harry W., contracting agent Chicago, Rock 

Island & Pac. Ry. Co., 338 California, 

r. 534 Bush 
Harvey L., laborer S. P. Co., r. 2 Mission 

Court 
H. E., ship carpenter, r. 28 Turk 



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Adams Henry, teamster, r. 11 Lafayette 
" Henry H., attorney at law, 530 California, 

room 12, r. 603 Polk 
" Henry H., salesman Phelps & Miller, r. 

Oakland 
" Herbert, chief engineer str Point Loma, 

r. 40 California 
" Hiram W., carpenter, 1306 Mission, r. 1540 

Howard 
" House, Henry Greaves proprietor, 519 Sac- 
ramento 
" Idella M. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 7 Uranus 
" Isaac (Salinger & Adams), r. 627 Bush 
" Jacob (Adams & Rohrer) r. 837 Lombard 
" James, r. 33 Washington Av 
" James, clerk, r. 243, 2d 
" James, waiter J. U. Hastings 
" James C, attorney at law, 306 Sansome, 

room 10, r. Oakland 
" James H., r. 1910 Hyde 
" Jay W., traveling passenger agent Chicago 

& Alton RR, 638 Market 
" John, laundryman, r. 84 Nye 
" John, restaurant, 1443 Harrison 
" John, salesman Hale Bros., r. 399 Hyde 
" John, switchman, r. 1 Louisa 
" John E. (Brown & Adams), r. 2220 Jackson 
" John F., barber, 260, 3d, r. 21 Ritch 
" JohnF., salesman H. Levi & Co., r. 905 

Ellis 
" John G., r. 807!4 Union 
" John G., carpenter and builder, 40 New 

Montgomery, r. 761 Haight 
" John I., hack driver, r. 476 Jessie 
" John Q., attorney at law, 131 Montgomery 
" John Q., broker,' 133 California, room 17, r. 

1323 Pine 
" John Q., watchman Arctic Oil Wks., r. 603 

Polk 
" Johns., laborer , Golden State and Miners 

Iron Wks., r. 635 Harrison 
" John S., policeman, r. 1812 Steiner 
" John W., cement worker, r. 2 Morris Av 
" Joseph, laborer Western Sugar Refinery, r. 

831 Bryant 
" Joseph A., janitor, 320 Sutter, r. 1322 Bush 
" Joseph W., clerk G. H. Umbsen & Co., r. 

1105 Market 
" Josephine Mrs.,asst. cashier Harry Adolph, 

r. 635 Merchant 
" Josephine M. Miss, clerk, r. 316 Taylor 
" J. Taylor (Atkins & Adams), r. Berkeley 
" Juanita Miss, packer, r. 3013 Dupont 
" Kate D., teacher shorthand, r. 3722 Pine 
" Laura Miss, captain Salvation Army 

Women's Training Garrison, 553-555 Jes- 
sie 
" Laura E., widow, r. 1318 California 
Adams Lawson S. (Adams-Booth Co.), 405 Front, 

room 4, 1. 825 Bush 
•• Lawson S. Jr., with Lawson S. Adams, r. 

835 Bush 
" Lena Miss, teacher Ayres' Stenographic 

Institute, r. 318 Capp 
" Lorenzo O. (Taylor, Adams & Pritchard), r. 

31 Hill 
" Louis, laborer, r. 39 Minna 
" Lucia E. Miss, clerk Am. Tract Soc, r. 139 

Haight 
" Lucy, widow, r. 600 Fulton 
" Lucy F. Miss, teacher Henry Durant Pri- 
mary School, r. 1910 Hyde 
" L. W. Mrs., r. Hotel Pleasanton 
" Mary, widow, r. 856 Brannan 
" Mary Mrs., boarding, 105 Clark 
" Mary T., widow, r. 27 Bernard 



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Adams M. E. (A. P. Adams & Co.), r. 1500 Ma- 
sonic Av 
" Michael, fireman G. F. Day, r. 60 Jessie 
" Nelson J., manager George M. Adams, r. 

1413 Fulton 
" Nicholas, conductor S. F. & S. M. Ry., r. 

118 Valley 
" Octavien R., r. 1540 Howard 
•' Oliver M., barber, 504 Bryant, r. 440, 3d 
" Oscar B., r. 1500 Masonic Av 
" Otis, lodgings, 200 Turk 
" Rebecca J. Miss, stenographer J. W. Davis, 

r. 112 Pennsylvania Av 
" Richard, storekeeper P. C. S. S. Co., r. 329i/4 

Green 
" Richard H., porter, r. 13 Reed PI 
" Sadie E. Mrs., inspector U. S. Customs, r. 

Hotel St. Nicholas 
" Samuel, hackman, r. 428b Castro 
" Samuel, shipwright, r. 324, 28th 
■' Samuel W., blacksmith, r. 233, 7th 
■' Thomas, cook, r. 628 Merchant 
■' Thomas R., first lieut. Battery I, 5th Artil- 
lery U. S. A., and post commissary and 
treasurer, r. Presidio 
" Timothy W., r. 2534 Howard 
" Victoria Miss, cashier Peter Bacigalupi, r. 

24 Dorland 
" W., laborer P. C. S. S. Co., r. Oakland 
" Walter A., carpenter, r. 922 Minna 
" Walter H. (Stetson-Renner,DrayageCo.), r. 

1436 Post 
•' Wenzel, sausage maker, 1072 Howard 
" W. Henry, driver Buhlmann & Woelfel, r. 

1523 Mission 
■' William, driver, r. 112 Hancock 
■' William, janitor New City Hall, r. 331 

Green 
" William, salesman, H. Levi & Co., r. 2413 

California 
" William, shoemaker, r. 544J^ Natoma 
■' William A., bartender, r. 331 Green 
" William A., paper hanger, 15a Erie 
■' William P., cement worker, r. 104 Mc- 
Allister 
" William F., laborer, r. 2012 Duponf 
" William H. H., porter Morosco's Grand 
Opera House, r. 12 Mary 
Adams William J., wholesale lumber and ship- 
ping merchant and president Washing- 
ton Mill Co., 10 Market, r. Menlo Park 
" William M., wrapper, r. 2012 Dupont 
" William M"cK., operator Buckingham & 

Hecht, r. 630 22d 
" William S., coffee roaster A. P. Adams & 

Co., r. 625 Harrison 
" William T., apprentice Union I. Wks., r. 
824 Lombard 
Adams & Adams (Amos C. and Charles A. 
Adams), attorneys at law, 137-139 Phelan 
Bldg 
" & Co. (Peter Ward), real estate and insu- 
rance, 1026, 17th 
Adams & Rohrer (Jacob Adams and Jacob 
Rohrer), proprietors Broadway Brewery, 
S W cor 19th and Treat Av 
Adamson A., laborer Pac. Roll. Mill 
" August, helper Fulton Eng. & Ship Bldg. 

Wks., r. 2102 Greenwich 
" David Mrs., widow, r. 3000a Webster 
" Richard, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., 

r. 1913 Lexington Av 
" William, seaman, r. 204, 2d 
" W. R. Haynes, accountant, r. 1418 Fulton 
Adamy James, bartender, r. 503 Hyde 
4@=" Adamy. See Adami 



Adcock Charles E., millinery, 10 Kearny, r. 
Berkeley 
" John T., clerk Charles F. Doe & Co., r. 906 

Valencia 
" Kate Mrs., manager C. E. Adcock, r. 

Berkeley 
" Robert A., clerk Simpson Lumber Co., r. 

1114 Treat Av 
" William N., gold polisher Shreve & Co., r. 
18 Hickory Av 
Addaimie Joseph, caster John P. McMurray, r. 

410 Broadway 
Adderley Stanley, importer sponges, 6 Post, 

r. 1610 Larkin 
Adderson George W., draughtsman Risdon I. 

&L. Wks., r. 612, 21st 
Addicks John H., clerk auditing dept. Wells, 

Fargo & Co., r. 620 Willard 
Addiego Matteo, bootblack, r. 2 Roach 
Addis George E., peddler, r. 11 Kate PI 
" Nettie E. Mrs., dressmaking, II2614 Folsom 
" Robert C, clerk Montgomery & Co., r. 
1126H Folsom 
Addison Ellen, widow, r. 1929 Stevenson 
" James, cook Thomas Crowe 
" James, shop foreman Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. 710 Valencia 
" James H., painter John C. Kimball, r. 
177434 Folsom 
Addison Thomas, manager General Electric 

Co., 15. 1st, r. Berkeley 
Addressograph Co. The (Chicago), W. D. McAr- 

thur agent, 132 California 
Addy Frank, steward str Walla Walla 
Ade George W., credit department M. J. Bran- 
dens tein & Co., r. Hotel Savoy 
" Joseph, brewer, r. 21 Rausch rear 
Adel John, proprietor Chicago House, 612 Howard 
Adelaide House, William R. Baker proprietor, 

705 Mission 
Adella Louise, widow, r. 1509 Mason 
Adelphia House, Edward Rolkin proprietor, 909 

Kearny 
Adelsdorfer Alfred (Adelsdorfer & Branden- 
stein),r. 1718 Bush 
Ernest, bookkeeper M. Blaskower & Co., r. 

1605 (3-ough 
John C, clerk The American Importing Co., 

r. ]605Gough 
Joseph, r. 1718 Bush 
Louis, solicitor Call; r. 1605 Gough 
Max, manufacturers' agent, 523 Market, r. 

1718 Bush 
Rose, widow, r. 1605 Gough 
William, r. 610 O'Parrell 
Adelsdorfer & Brandenstein (Alfred Adelsdor- 
fer and Manfred Brandenstein), import- 
ers teas, coffee and cigars and proprie- 
tors Washington Manufacturing Co., 
17-19, 1st, factory 115 Shotwell 
Adelseck Frank, engineer tugboat Sea Witch, 

r. llW/i Broadway 
Adelson Heiman B., optician and stationery, 
2, 6th, r. 8 Moss 
" Max, peddler, r. 8 Moss 
Adelstein Bernard, junk, r. 1017 Post 
" Hyman, traveling salesman, r. 1111 Buch- 
anan 
" Jacob, cutter Hoffman, Alexander & Co., 

r. 1017 Post 
" Louis, clerk George J. Becht, r. 1017 Post 
" Samuel, teacher music, r. 1017 Post 
Adema James, machine hand Hobbs, Wall & 

Co., r. 334 Fremont 
Aden R. J. R., president Piper, Aden, Goodall 

Co., 24 Clav, r. Vallejo, Cal. 
Adie Ellen Miss, private sctiool, 2012 Pine 

" Mary Miss, r. 2012 Pine 
Adjuster The (monthly), J. A. Carey editor and 

publisher, 316 California, room 19 

Adkins George A., sailmaker, r. 1063!^ Broadway 

" Gerald F., manager Adkins Manufacturing 

Co., 35 New Montgomery, r. 2622 Howard 

" Joel M., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 419 

Baker 
" Manufacturing Co., Gerald F. Adkins man- 
ager, 35 New Montgomery 
Adler Aaron A., commission merchant, 212 San- 
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Adler Adolph, booklceeper Katz & Sons, r. Gol- 
den Gate, Alameda Co. 

" Albert, waiter, r. 52 Morris Av 

" Albert C, bookkeeper London, Paris and 
American Bank, r. The Colonial 

ADLER ALBERT S., 

physician and. surgeon, office and r. 
1113 Sutter, office hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 
8. P. M., Sunday 10 to 11 A. M. Tele- 
phone East 590 

Adler Benjamin, salesman Samuel Dannen- 
baum, r. 2334 Fillmore 
" Charles, porter Bohemian Club, r. 318 Jes- 

" David, butcher William Adler, r. 527 Oc- 

tavia 
" David, upholsterer, r. 313 Waller 
" Elkan, r. 1820 Buchanan 
" Ernestine, widow, r. 2197 Devisadero 
" Felix, asst. bookkeeper J. Baumgarten & 

Co., r. 1433 Polk 
Adler Felix, Free Kindergarten, Miss A. L. 

Manning president, SE cor 2d and Fol- 

som 
" Frank C, teamster, r. 715 Howard 
" H., seaman str Eureka 
" Harry, r. 2324 Fillmore 
Adler Harry B., proprietor Frank's Billiard 

Parlors, 8 Eddy, r. 1015 Golden Gate 

Av 
" Harry H., salesman, r. 2130a Sutter 
" Henry A., salesman Phil Seldner & Co., r. 

739, 33d 
Adler Hermann, Law and Collection Agency, 

410 Montgomery, r: 1439 O'Farrell 
" Jacob, solicitor Alliance Assurance Co., r. 

1306 Post 
" John, laborer William Lambert, r. 31 Minna 
" John, 2d officer str Eureka, r. Lorin, Cal. 
" Joseph, butcher William Adler, r. 527 Octa- 

via 
" Joseph, manager Davis Bros., r. 739, 22d 
" Leopold, shoemaker, 408^ Larkin, r. 513 

Franklin 
" Louis, clerk, r. 739, 22d 
" Louis, machine hand Siebe, Glanville Co., 

r. 26221/2 Sutter 
" Mollie, widow, r. 464 Clementina 
" Moses, grain broker, 324 Montgomery, r 

2200 Jackson 
" Nathan M., oyster house, 15 Stockton, r 

13111/4 Mason 
" Samuel, salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & Co. 

r. 2324 Fillmore 
" Sigmund, manufacturers' agent, 526 Mar 

ket, r. 20 O'Farrell 
" Sol., bookkeeper S. F. Crockery and Glass 

ware Co., r. 3131 Bush 
" Solomon, r. 2324 Fillmore 
" William, butcher, 1078 Howard, r. 527 Octa 

via 
■' William, teamster Englander Bros., r. 2514 

Bush 
Adlington David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 
Administrator Public, Andrew C. Preese, 35 

Chronicle Bldg 
Adolph Harry, restaurant, 533 Conamercial and 

635 Clay, r. 625 Merchant 
" Isaac (Adolph & Vivian), r. Fulton nr 2d 

Av 
" Joseph, window cleaner, 609 Sacramento, 

r. 533 Broadway 
" & Vivian (Isaac Adolph and David L. 

Vivian), boarding, Fulton nr 2d Av 
Adolfson Gustav, iron worker Standard Iron 

and Wire Wks. 
Adrien Andeley, dyer, r. 734 Stevenson 
Adson James, barber John D. Schehr, r. 316 Turk 
Advance Carpet Beating and Renovating Co., 

George Walcom manager, 402 Sutter 
Advent Christian Church, E s Church bet 29th 

and Day 
Aegerter Charles, with William Schreiber, r. 18 

Hanover PI 
Aehnlich Paul E., electrician Electric Supply 

Co., r..507Steiner 
Aerating and Self-cleansing Filter Co., 527 

Spreckels Bldg 




AERMOTOR COMPANY THE, 

A. Holtgen manager, manufacturers 
pumps, tanks and Aermotor wind- 
mills, 27 Beale, telephone Drumm 154 

iEtna Insurance Co. (of Hartford), George C. 
Boardman general agent, Thomas E. 
Pope assistant general agent, Louis 
Mel and E. C. Morrison special agents 
and adjusters, 514 California 

iEtna Life Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.), 
H. B. Houghton manager, 212 Sansome, 
room 9 

JETNA MINERAL WATER CO. 

Len D.Owens president, John J. O'Brien 
secretary, mineral water from .ffitna 
Springs, Napa Co., Cal., office and 
warehouse 104-108 Drumm, telephone 
Main 536 
^tna Mutual Building and Loan Association, 
Nathan Schlesinger secretary, 304 Mont- 



iEtna Springs, Napa Co., offlce 108 Drumm 
Afeld Joseph, stationery and music, 80o Larkin 
Afielttrangier Ferdinand, molder, r. 2017 Chest- 
nut 
Affleck William, helper Risdon I. & L. Works, 

r. Oakland 
Aflolder William, laborer St. Joseph's Home 

Hospital 
Affolter Joseph (Waunenmacher & Co.), r. 510a 

15th 
African Methodist Episcopal Church, see 

First A. M. E. Zion Church, also Second 

A. M. E. Church 
Afro-American League, California Hall 
Agar James E., with The My sell-Rollins Co., 

r. 2267 Clinton Av, Alameda 
" John G., capitalist, 246 Sutter, r. Menlo 

" John M., teamster Ross & Hewlett, r. 3618 
Mission 
Agard Alexander H., searcher of records, r. 311 
Green 
" Carl, master schr Miami, offlce 56 Steuart 
" George D., r. 311 Green 
" George E., capitalist, r. 311 Green 
" George L., bookkeeper Haslett & Bailey, 

r. 1706 Stockton 
" Joseph J., special agent H. K. Belden, r. 

Oakland 
" William A. T. (Wintzer & Agard), and pres- 
ident Dixon-Agard Co., 309 Clay, r. 311 
Green 
>8®= Agard. See Aagard 

Agassiz Primary School, Miss Sarah J. Jones 

principal, W s Bartlett bet 22d and 23d 

Agaton Emile, butcher str San Bias, r. 1919A 

Mason 
Agee John P., painter, r. 510 Ivy Av 
Ager John E., manager Mutual Life Insurance 
Co. (of New York), Mutual Life Bldg, 
SE cor California and Sansome, r. 334 
Bartlett 
Aggard Louis, fisherman, r. 523 Howard 
Aggesen Peter, laborer, r. 6 Elsie 
Agin Oscar, seaman str Eureka 
Agmar Paul, painter, r. 2833 California 
Agner Charles (Smith Picture Co.), r. 34 Hub- 
bard ^ 
Agnew Arthur, teamster S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 
East Oakland 
" Catherine, widow, r. 1616 Dolores 
" Edward, barber Joseph M. Levy, r. 1747 
Mission 



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Agnew Edward, helper Hobbs, Wall & Co.. r. 

231 Filbert 
Agnew Gilmore M., drugs and druggists' sun- 
dries, 57, •2d, r. Alameda 

" Hugh, engineer, r. 1825 Market 

" John J., foreman teamster S. F. Gas Light 
Co., r. East Oakland 

" Julia Mrs., r. Our Lady's Home 

" Louis, clerk Atlas Iron Works, r. Oakland 

" Robert J., baker, r. 231 Filbert 

" Thomas, with Home and Phoenix Ins. Co., 
r. Oakland 

" Thomas E., machine hand Hobbs, Wall & 
Co., r. 231 Filbert 

" William, helper Hobbs, Wall & Co., r. 831 
Filbert 

" William, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 

" William P., physician, 47 Donohoe Bldg 

AGNEW & KISER CO. THE 

(incorporated), drugs, rubber goods, 

flassware, soda fountains and sun- 
ries, 57, 2d, telephone Black 33 

Agostino Giovanni B., solicitor, r. 1016 Mont 
gomery 
" Jose, peddler, r. 5 Pollard PI 
Agricultural Machine Works, Byron Jackson 

proprietor, 625-631, 6th 
Aguilar Adeodato, musician, r. 1534 Dupont 
Aguirre John M., r. 1314 Powell 
" Ramon M., bookkeeper John A. McKerron, 
r. 1316 Powell 
Ahearn Catherine Mrs., vegetables, 1009 Bryant 
" Daniel, teamster, r. 302 Liberty 
" Dennis F., clerk Mack & Co., r. 302 Liberty 
" Johannah, widow, r. 1932Folsom 
" John A., soapmaker G. R. Lucy & Co., r. 

leVi Boardman PI 
" Joseph G., office 722 Montgomery, r. 5601^ 

Natoma 
" Joseph W., plumber William S. Snook & 

Son, r. 1654 Boardman PI 
" Kate Miss, cloakmaker, r. 302 Liberty 
" Thomas, master mariner, r. 521, 1st 
" Timothy, laborer, r. 302 Liberty 
" William J., elevatorman Hotel Be ker 
4®- Ahearn. See Ahem and Aherne 
Aher Jeremiah, carpenter, r. 1417 Bush 
" William, plater Thomas Day & Co., r. 1417 
Bush 
Ahem Agnes J. Miss, teacher Whittier Primary 
School, r. 1308 Laguna 
" Annie, widow, r. 720 Florida 
" Catherine, widow, bakery, 316 Folsom 
" Daniel, laborer, r. 301 Michigan 
" Daniel, laborer S. P. C. Ry., r. 631'^ Steven- 
son 
" Daniel J., in pector U. S. Customs, r. Oak- 
land 
" David M., driver Martin F. Fragley, r. 2 

Alvarado 
" Dennis J., clerk, r. 63IV2 Stevenson 
" Edward T., boxmaker, r. 63H/4 Stevenson 
" Frank, porter Horn & Co., r. 810 Lyon 
" Gertrude Miss, asst. bookkeeper S. F. Shoe 

House, r. 223 Oak 
" Henry M., teamster W. A. Fleming & Co 

r, 130, 21st 
" James A., milk vender, r. 131 Collingwood 
" Jeremiah, employee U. S. Mint, r. 223 Oak 
" Jeremiah D., florist, r. 11 Hunt 
" John, stableman Martin F. Fragley, r. 2 

Alvarado 
" John F., laborer F. S. Moody, r. 748 Bran- 
nan 
" John J., laborer, r. 11 Kate 



Ahem John M., r. 1308 Laguna 
" John M., plumber, r. 631^2 Stevenson 
" John P., bill clerk Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hayden Co., r. 222 Oak 
" Maria, widow, r. 3 Alvarado 
" Margaret, widow, r. 3919^4 Mission 
" Mary A. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar 

School, r. 1308 Laguna 
" Matthew J., plumber Gallagher Bros., r. 2 

Alvarado 
" Maud Miss, stenographer Mechanics' In- 
stitute 
" Maurice, collector S. P. Co., r. 810 Lyon 
" Michael, laborer, r. 748 Brannan 
" Michael, laborer Kenny & McHugh, r. NE 

cor 10th Av and Fulton 
" Patrick, r. 131 Haight 
" Patrick, gatekeeper S. P. Co., r. Oakland 
" Peter, laborer U. S. Customs, r. Oakland 
" Roger, carpenter Hibernia Brewery, r. 2824 

Harrison 
" Sarah, domestic, 3540 Clay 
" Thomas, porter William Smale 
" Thomas, shoemaker, r. 720 Florida 
" Timothy, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 16, 

28th 
" William, carpenter, r. 936 Alabama 
" William, finisher I. L. Solomon & Co., r. 

1932 Folsom 
" William, plumber Andrew J. Reavey, r. 11 

Bryant Av 
" William J., salesman Philadelphia Shoe 
Co., r. 411 Eddy 
*Si= Ahern. See Ahearn 
Aherne Alice, widow, r. 427 Elizabeth 
" D. I., salesman B. J. Ward & Co., r. Golden 

Gate, Cal 
" Eugene, framemaker, r. 744 20th 
" Michael, gardener, r. 1107 Oak 
" Patrick O., r. 744 30th 
Ahkmann John, clerk Union Hotel 

" Thomas, proprietor Union Hotel. 131 East 
Ahl Charles L., news agent, r. American Ex- 
change Hotel 
Ahlbach Jacob, with Ahlbach & Co., r. 1506 Fol- 
som 
" Joseph (Wendt & Ahlbach), r. 1506 Folsom 
" Mary Mrs. (Ahlbach & Co.), r. 1506 Folsom 
" Peter, with Ahlbach & Co., r. 1506 Folsom 
" & Co. (Mrs. Mary Ahlbach), hardware and 
plumbing, 136, 4th 
Ahlborn Albert R., expressman, 317 Grant Av, 
r. 32 Parker Av 
" August, cook, r. 2431 Harrison 
" August W. ,machinist H. G. Layng Machine 

Wks., r. 33 Lafayette 
" Charles J., expressman, NE cor Ellis and 
Powell, r. 23 Johnston Av 
Ahlborn Charles J., president Crystal Rock Salt 
Mining Co. , 509 Mon tgomery , rooms 3-4, r. 
Alameda 
" Henry, r. 33 Johnston Av 
" Henry, machinist H. G. Layng Machine 
Wks.,r. 8 Folsom Av 
Ahlborn House, Mrs. A. Fehlemelcher pro- 
prietor, 319-333 Grant Av 
" William, watchman, r. 8 Folsom Av 
Ahlemann Minnie, widow, r. 633 Minna 
Ahlenfeld Morris D., news agent, r. 413 Natoma 
Ahlers Amandus W. M., janitor, r. 310, 7th 
" Diedrich J. A., liquors, 333i/ Stevenson 
•' Frederick, teamster Scott & Van Arsdale 

Lumber Co. 
" George, watchman, r. 218'/^ Chattanooga 
" Henry (Ahlers & Miesner), r. 200 Fran- 
cisco 
" Henry C, watches and diamonds, 136 

Kearny, room 37, r. 1102 Eddy 
" Herman, cook Walter H. Blunden, r. 257 

Stevenson 
" William, laborer Western Sugar Refinery, 

r. 32 Dore rear 
" William Jr., blacksmith Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 

32 Dore rear 
" & Miesner (Henry Ahlers and John Mies- 
ner), groceries and liquors, 200 Francisco 
4®=- Ahlers. See Ehlers 
Ahlert Gertrude, widow, r. Sl]^ Linden Av 
" William, plumber, r. SU/^ Linden Av 



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Ahlf Henry, butcher Roth, Blum & Co., r. cor 6th 
Av South and K 
" Henry A., helper Milwaukee Brewery, r. 

114A Juniper 
" Herman, groceries and liquors, NE cor 30th 

and Connecticut, Potrero 
" J.W., conductor Presidio & Ferries RR, r. 

1113 Filbert 
'■ MetaC, laundress Jules J. Augas, r. 2802 
16th 
Ahlf sen Emil, cellarman Cal. Wine Assn. 
Ahlgren Carl N. P., carpenter, r. Gates nr Cort- 
land Av 
" Charles G., boarding and liquors, 26 Fol- 
som. and liquors, 108 Steuart, r. 1225 Page 
" Edward, driver Fred H. Finke & Co., r. 1235 

Page 
" Frank, bartender Charles G. Ahlgren, r. 
Berkeley 
4®" Ahlgren. See Algren 
Ahlin Charles A., seaman, r. 101 Juniper 
Ahlm Charles, cook Henry Pregge, r. 95 Steuart 
Ahlquist Frank, cook, r. 409 Drumm 

" Gustav, r. 409 Drumm 
Ahlstrand Bendt W., r. 11-13 Clay 
" Gustaf, master mariner, r. 11-13 Clay 
" Oscar, cook, r. 11-13 Clay 
" William, proprietor Arizona Hotel, 11-13 
Clay 
Ahlstrom E. George, master mariner, r. 23 Perry 
" Peter F., engineer Herman & Mills, r. Ala- 



Ahman A., 2d officer str City of Panama, r. 416, 3d 
Ahnert August, junk dealer, r. cor Oneida Av 

and San Jose Road 
Ahpel Henry C. (Ahpel & Bruckman), r. 2427 

Washington 
Ahpel & Bruckman (Henry C. Ahpel and John 
Bruckman), city agents The Liverpool, 
London and Globe Ins. Co. and London 
and Lancashire Fire Ins. Co. and Na- 
tional Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford and gen- 
eral insurance agents, 209 Sansome. 
tel Main 5781 
Ahren Richard, r. 1412 Alabama 
Ahrens Anna, widow, r. 400 Capp 
Carl, r. 8% Harriet 
Charles F., cabinet maker J. G. Klemm, r. 

110 Morris Av 
Fred, bottler John Wieland Brewery, r. 

343, 2d 
Frederick L., butcher, r. Shi Harriet 
George M. (Ahrens, Pein & Bullwinkel and 

H. MuUer & Co.), r. 425 Harrison 
George N., clerk J. H. Ahrens, r. 336 Green 
Harry, coachman, 1361 California 
Henry, waiter, r. 2714 Bernard 
Henry F., r. 110 Morris Av 
Henry H., cooper Lachman & Jacobi, r. 733 

Alabama 
Jacob H., liquors and restaurant, 205 Com- 
mercial, r. 236 Green 
John, bartender Schumacher & Janssen, r. 

643, 21st 
Martin Mrs., r. S s Butte nr Alabama 
Ahrens Nicholas, wines and liquors, junction 
Market and Sacramento and NW cor 1st 
and Mission 
" Nicolaus, bartender F. H. Kugeler, r. 300, 
19th 
Ahrens, Pein & Bullwinkel (George M. Ahrens, 
George H. Pein and JohnD. Bullwinkel), 
wholesale and retail wines and liquors, 
620 Post 
" Rudolph, plumber Jos. Armstrong, r. 619 

Shotwell 
" Wilken, groceries and liquors, SE cor 19th 

and Diamond 
" William, clerk William Heuer, r. 2905 Baker 
" William F., r. 1761 Mission 
' ' William F. , foreman Joseph Melczer & Co. , 
r. Oakland 
Ahumada Jose M., real estate, 607 Montgomery, 

r. 612 Bush 
Aich Charles, porter Wheeler & Wilson sewing 
machine agency, r. 2922 Sacramento 
" Rodolph, r. 2932 Sacramento 
Aicher Frank (Aicher & Campbell), r. 1618 Stock- 
ton 



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Aicher Frederick, bartender Frederick Fesler, 
r. 816 Sansome 
" & Campbell (Frank Aicher and David R. 
Campbell), plumbers, 439 Bush 
Aigeltinger Charles, laborer, r. 1754 Ellis 
" Edward H., hay, grain, wood and coal, 

1722 Ellis, r. 1724 Ellis 
" Leopold Mrs., widow, r. 840 Grove 
Aigner Lucas, tailor, 910 Illinois 
Aiken Albert C, attorney at law, 530 California, 
room 37 
" Henry S., liquors. 51654 Geary, r. 31, 9th 
" James, electrician Pac. Power Co. 
" Jane Mrs., r. 1188 Noe 
" Nelson P., bookkeeper Campodonico & 

Malcolm Co., r. 722 Powell 
" William, gardener, r. 310 Montgomery Av 
J8®= Aiken. See Aitken and Akin 
Aikin Matthew, with Joseph Graham, r. 330, 6th 
Aikman James, seaman str San Juan 
Aime Lucy L. Mrs., fruit and vegetables, 1141 

Pacific 
Ainsbro Teresa B., domestic, 763 Clayton 
Ainsley Josie Miss, vocalist Tivoli Opera 
House, r. 337 Fell 
" Sadie Miss, vocalist Tivoli Opera House, 
r. 327 Fell 
Ainsworth Albert G., clerk freight auditor's 
dept. S. P. Co., r. Oakland 
" Company, J. C. Ainsworth president, P. T. 

Morgan secretary, 316 Bush, room 14 
" E. C. Mrs., assistant Free Public Library, 

r. 712 Post 
" F. B. Mrs., widow, ladies' nurse, r. 1708 

Turk 
" William H., assistant manager P. Loril- 
lard Co., r. Oakland 
Air Space and Asbestos Sectional Covering 

Co. (Gilbert C. Fowler), 656 Howard 
Airaldi Augusto, clerk Dr. E. N. Torello, r. 730 
Green 
" Clara, widow, r. 730 Green 
Aird Agnes Miss, dressmaker, r. 563 Bryant 
" David, blacksmith, r. 563 Bryant 
" James C, blacksmith Eastwood & Wilson, 

r. 134% Ridley 
" Wesley D., clerk, r. 563 Bryant 
Airey George F., stevedore, r. 564 Folsom 
" Henry J., butcher, 3323 Webster, r. 2307 

Jackson 
" Robert J., butcher, r. 15 Glen Park Av 
4®=- Airey. See Arey 

Airola Andrea, fruits and vegetables, 934 
Church 
" Clara Miss, shirtmaker Mrs. Charles M. 
Apelt 
Aitchison Agnes Miss, dressmaker Mrs. Zue 
Kennedy, r. 139 Rose Av 
" Gavin, carpenter, r. 154 Montana 
" Lizzie, domestic, 1325 Golden Gate Av 
4®=° Aitchison. See Acheson, Ackerson, Atch- 

inson and Atkinson 
Aitken Albert E., ship clerk, r. 1904 Powell 
" Albert E. Jr., pressman, r. 1904 Powell 
" E., water tender str Alameda 
" Edward J., sweeper Harbor Commission- 
ers 
" Edwin J., liquors, r. 1014 Filbert, rear 
" Eggert Mrs., medium, r. 715 Post 
" Frank, laborer, r. 38 Sacramento 
" George, r. 17 South Park 
" George, buyer Michael KitzmuUer, r. 426 

Cedar Av 
" James, r. 1650b Hayes 
" James, policeman, r. 1010 Post 
" John F., student, r. 2023 Fillmore 



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Aitken John K,., attorney at law, 51.>-516 Empo- 
rium Bldg, r. 435 Shrader 
" John W., machinist Perliins Pump and 

Engine Co., r. 651 Vallejo 
'' John W., machinist, S. F. Tool Wks., r. 321 

Grant Av 
" Julian M., laundryman, r. 17 South Park 
" Robert, seaman, r. 503 Folsom 
" Samuel, asst. foreman pressroom U. S. 

Mint, r. 914 Capp 
" Samuel H., laborer, r. 715 Howard 
" Stanley J., carpenter, r. 421 Greenwich 

rear 
" Thomas W., salesman Mrs. M. O'Connell, 
r. 1126 Howard 
4®= Aitken. See Aiken 
Akard Deliver B,, carpenter, r. UOYi Fremont 

Av 
AkasawaFrank.nurse King's Daughters' Home, 

217 Francisco 
Aker George J., laborer, r. Garfield cor Halston 
4®=Aker. See Acker 
Akerly Morris K., bookkeeper James G. Walker 

&Co., r. Oakland 
Akerman Benjamin J., collector Fox & Gray, 
.508 Montgomery 
" Elizabeth Miss, nurse, r. 837 Post 
" E. W., salesman Pac. Coast Syrup Co., r. 
San Diego, Cal 
^i*" Akerman. See Ackerman 
Akers Harry, teamster Teele & Co., r. SOevi 
Olive Av 
" Stephen, student, r. 524 Waller 
" William, bartender, r. 1105 Leavenworth 
4fS°" Akers. See Acres 
Akertell George, jeweler Shreve & Co., r. San 

Mateo 
Akin William A., carpenter, r. 738 Shotwell 

" Willis A., laborer, r. 28 Sacramento 
Akins Edward, bartender William Akins, r. NE 
cor Kentucky and Solano 
" Edward, laborer Tubbs Cordage Co 
< William, liquors, NE cor Kentucky and 
Solano 
Akiyama Kay R., dentist, 419 Stockton 
Aklund William, molder W. Axford, r. 613 

Church 
Akmann Charles G. (Meyer & Akmann), r. 1228, 
17th 
" Christine Mrs. (Mey^r & Akmann), r. 1228, 

17th 
" Frank L., butcher, r. 1228, 17th 
" Fred W..sailmaker William Davis, r. 1228, 

17th 
" John W., tinner De Lano Bros., r. 1228, 17th 
Aksomner Alfred, tanner, r. San Bruno Hotel 
Alameda Almada, widow, r. 21 South Park 
Alameda and San Francisco Transfer Co. 
(Greeley & Lind's), Paul F. Kellogg 
proprietor, 3 Spear 
Alameda and San Joaquin Railroad Co., R. D. 
Fry president, B. M. Bradford secre- 
tary, 515 Safe Deposit Bldg 
" Anthony, peddler, r. 411 Sansome 
" Antone, laborer, r. 7 Baldwin Court 
" Brick and Tile Co. (Oakland), A. W. Burrell 

president, 40 New Montgomery 
' ' Building and Loan Association (Alameda) , 
Charles K. Clark secretary, 208 Sansome 
" Canning and Packing Co., Frank H. Foote 
agent, 1)6 California, room 8 
Alameda Exchange, Peter Harder proprietor, 
7 Market 
" Ferry, foot Market 
" Frank, seaman, r. 7 Baldwin Court 
" Frank Jr., r. 7 Baldwin Court 



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from 20 to 40 per cent on your gas hill. 
William J. White manager, offfce and 
salesroom 306 Sutter 

Alameda House, Lagier & Pons proprietors, 
147, 3d 

Alameda Lumher Yard (Alameda), E. M. 
Derby & Co. proprietors, 22 California, 
room 10 
" Real Estate Associates, James E. Damon 

manager, 303 Montgomery 
" Sugar Co., Edmund C. Burr manager, office 
132 Market, room 7 

Alameda Transfer Co., Albert J. Sharpe propri- 
etor, 21 Market, tel Main 1654 
" Water Co. (Berkeley, Cal.), C. A. Grow 
secretary, 27 Mills Bldg, 5th floor 

Alamo Square, bet Fulton and Grove, Scott 
and Steiner 

Alapera Annie, widow, r. 214 Steuart rear 

Alaska Coal Depot, Rosenthal & Salomon pro- 
prietors, 106-112 Mission 

Alaska Commercial Co., Lewis Gers tie presi 
dent, Gustave Niebaum vice-president 
Max Heilbronner secretary, 310 Sansome 

AlaskalmprovementCo., James Eva president 
Joseph Pentecost secretary, salmon 
packers, 3 Steuart 

Alaska Packers' Association, Henry F. Fort- 
mann president, W. B. Bradford secre 
tary, office 308 Market 

Alaska Treadwell Gold Mining Co. (Douglas 
Island, Alaska), William Alvord presi- 
dent, A. T. Corbus secretary, 25-26 Mills 
Bldg, 7th floor, tel Main 404 

Ala ton Mary, widow, r. 18 Sherwood PI 

Albagnaro Francesco, bootblack, 426 Jones, r 
421 Green 

Alban William J., starter Sutter St. Ry., r, 
1429 Pine 

ALBANY BREWERY, 

71-75 Everett or Natoma, John Thode, 
Frank Hagemann Jr. Telephone 5130 

Albany Gold Mining Co. (Amador Co.), F. E, 

Luty secretary, 330 Pine, room 5 
Albee A. E., r. 206 Eddy 
" Lincoln, driver John McQueen, r. .56 Her 
mann 
Albegeart Charles, carpenter, r. E s York nr 

15th 
Albemarle House, Miss Lizzie Irvine proprie 

tor, 8 Mason 
Alber Emil (Alber & Wachter), r. 247, 3d 

" Martin, r. 3 Enterprise 
Alber & Wachter (Emil Alber and Charles 

Wachter) pork butchers, 247, 3d 
Albera Felix, cook, r. 8.35 Pacific 
Alberg Axel M., woodturner Enterprise Mill, 
r. 2105 Howard 
" Frank, labor -r Tubbs Cordage Co., r. cor 
Napa and Kentucky 
Alberger C. Ranny, asst. ticket agent Atlantic 
and Pacific Railroad Co.. 644 Market, r. 
2231 Pacific Av 
" George B., porter John Stable, r. 642 Com- 
mercial 
Alberger WiUiam C, consulting civil engineer, 
315 California, rooms 3-4, r. 2221 Pacific Av 
Alberigi D. & Co. (Demetrio Alberigi and Gia- 
como Papera), wood and coal, 313 Broad- 
way 
" Dem trio (D. Alberigi & Co.), r. 313 Broad- 
way 
" Peter ( Alberigi &Franceschi),r. 1316 Powell 
" & Franceschi (Peter Alberigi and Gia- 
cinto Franceschi) wood and and coal 
920 Stockton 
Albers Anton E. E., r. 358 Clementina 
" August (Albers & Schmidt), r. Alameda 
" Bernard M., solicitor Fireman's Fund Ins 

Co., r. W s Hyde nr North Point 
" Charles W., with Alb rs & Schmidt, r 

Alameda 
" Frederick, motorman, r. 8 Boyd 
" George H., wool drier Watson & Marx, r 
Oakland 



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Albers Henry B., laborer, r. Wisconsin nr 20tli, 
Potrero 
" Henry F., waiter, r. 5 Moss 
" Herman (Albers & Husing), r. 1823 Scott 
" Marcus, r. 2721 Hyde 
" Peter, cook Halversen & Johnson, r. 1001/4 

Jackson 
" & Husing (Herman Albers and Richard 
Husing), wood and coal, 2403 and 2634 
Bush 
" & Schmidt (August Albers and Henry 
Schmidt), oyster saloon, 50-52 California 
Market 
J8®=-Albers. See Alpers 
Albersmeier Adolph, clerk, r. 500 Valencia 
Albert Charles, musician, r. 146, 5th 
" Gustave, cleaner and dyer, 211 Ellis 
" H., painter J. L,. Cahill Co., r. 1413 Hayes 
" Henry, watchmaker, r. 2307 Harrison 
" Herman, wood and coal, 613 Turk 
" Hyman, glazier, r. 26114 Clara 
" James E., clerk M. L. Kelly, r. 525a 24th 
" John, teamster, r. 72Sy2 Stevenson 
" Lena Miss, dressmaker, r. 1805 Broadway 
" Lewis (Lewis & Co.), r. 2O/2 Hubbard 
" Lewis I., bookkeeper Lewis & Co.. r. 256 

Perry 
" Samuel, salesman George Webb Alexan- 
der, r. 910 Buchanan 
" Sybil, widow, r. 704V4 McAllister 
Alberti Francisco, piano tuner Byron Mauzy, r. 
2017 Polk 
" Frank J., clerk Railway Mail Service, r. 

735 McAllister 
" GeorgeF., shipping clerk Neustadter Bros., 

r. Lorin, Cal 
" George W., compositor Call, r. 735 McAllis- 
ter 
" Lawrence B., clerk, r. 735 McAllister 
Albertin Julia Mrs., lodgings, 832 Larkin 
Alberts Charles, master mariner, 9 Mission, r. 
20Isis 
" Gus, fruits, 3129, 16th 

" Harry, groceries and liquors, 701 Valencia 
" Henry, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
" John, cook, r. 100^4 Jackson 
Albertson Bushrod K., carpenter, iVA Eddy, r. 
Berkeley 
" Hans, bartender Grabau Bros., r. 417 Bush 
" Joseph A., physician, 119a Pdwell, r. Hotel 
Pleasanton 
Albiez John, butler, 1822 Sacramento 
Albin A. Alamo, assistant bookkeeper E. Gar- 
nier & Co., r. 2115% Howard 
" Isaac N., solicitor American Wringer Co., 

r. Berkeley 
" Louis, liquors, SW cor 22d and Potrero 
Av. 
Albini Matasci (S. Vosti & Co.), r. Mission 

Road nr 6-Mile House 
Albinson Alfred H., restaurant, 2005 Mission 
Albion Ale and Porter Brewery, Bumell & Co. 
proprietors. Hunter's Point, South S. F., 
office 409 Battery 
Albion Lumber Co., George G. Wilcox presi- 
dent, Herbert E. Wilcox vice-president, 
Miles Standish secretary, 25 Luning 
Bldg 
Albora Luigi A. (E. Cadenasso & Co.), r. 412 

Filbert 
Alborelli Antone L., clerk postofQce. r. 1000i4 
Hyde 
" Antonio, upholsterer, r. 1112 Mason 
" Julia Miss, saleslady, r. 1112 Mason 
" Louis, teamster Signal Transfer Co., r. 1112 
Mason 
Albouze Antoine, cook Occidental Restaurant, 

r 813 Pacific 
Albrecht Albert, laundryman, r. 1907 Stockton 
" Bridget Mrs., r. 217 Francisco 
" Edward J., barber, 205 Scott, r. 843 Page 
" Eliza, widow, r. 2603 Bryant Ave 
" Ellen, widow, r. 747^^ Folsom 
" Frederick Jr., porter Moore & Thomas, r. 

210 Washington 
" Fredrica Mrs., r. 5 Mason 
" George, sawyer Commercial Box Factory, 

r. 2603 Bryant 
" Henry, painter, r. 28 Hancock 



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Albrecht James W.. r. 18 Stanford 

" John, tailor, 519 Bush 

" Joseph, cornice maker Forderer Cornice 
Co., r. 2605 Bryant Av 

" Joseph L., clerk, r. 18 Stanford 

" Lillie Mrs., r. 340, 22d 

" Martin, wood and coal, 950, 20th, r. 1009 Va- 
lencia 

" Mitchel, expressman, NE cor Grant Av 
and Geary, r. 18 Stanford 

" Petra, domestic, 2121 Lyon 

' ' Richard, barber, 1 A Ibion Av. , r. 6 Albion Av 
Albright Brothers (Henry K. and Clement) 
cigars and tobacco, 40 Ellis 

" Clement (Albright Bros.), r. 38 Ellis 

" GeorgeF., salesman W. W. Montague & 
Co., r. Fruitvale 

" George W., clerk depot quartermaster U. 

5. A., r. East Oakland 

" Harry, night cashier Palace Restaurant, 

r. 9'19 Powell 
' ' Harry A. , clerk local freight office S. P. Co. , 

r. 29 Oak Grove Av 
" Henry K. (Albright Bros.), r. 38 Ellis 
" J., r. 417 Kearny 
" John H., traveling salesman Hawley Bros. 

Hardware Co., r. Fruitvale 
•' J. Wilbur, attorney at law, 39 Sutter, room 

6, r. 606 Ellis 

Albro John S., books and stationery, lOOOJ^ Mar- 
ket, r. 1004 Market 
Albro & Co. (Providence, R. I.),,.manufacturers 
roller plate chains, A. I. Hall & Son 
agents, 528-530 Market 
Alby George, teamster Miller & Lux, r. 1st Av 

South nr Railroad Av 
Alcaraz Ballantina, widow, r. 4 St. Charles PI 
Alcatraz Asphalt Co., W. N. Cowles president, 

A. C. Ferry secretary, 215 Crocker Bldg 
Alcayaga Alfred A., repairer Leavitt & Bill, r. 
East Oakland 
" Facundo, porter str Columbia, r. 375i Zoe 
" Joseph A., clerk Western Sugar Refinery 

Co., r. Oakland 
" v., porter str San Juan 
Alcazar Building, 114-120 O'Farrell 

" Theatre, see Grover's Alcazar Theatre 
Alday Francisco, musician, r. 631 Vallejo 
Alden Bertram F., physician and surgeon, office 
6.36 Sutter hours 10 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 8 
p. M., tel East 444; r. 602 Broderick, tel 
Pine 1473 
" Daniel W., accountant W. A. Schrock, r. 

Oakland 
" Edith, domestic, 1814 Baker 
" Ella, widow, r. 834D Howard 
" EllaM. Mrs., r. 1421 Folsom 
" George H., printer, r. 1608 Hayes 
" John, agent, r. 834D Howard 
" Mary, widow, r. 1610 Hayes 
" Mary Miss, teacher physical culture, 1617 

Geary 
" Oliver, conductor Sutter St. Ry.,r. 18]4Polk 
" Samuel B., gardener, r. 1606 Hayes 
" William J., teamster, r. 1612 Hayes 
Alderman David, clerk, r. 22 Ridley 
Aldersley Edward, traveling agent, r. 26 Page 
Alderson Annie Mrs., teacher John Swett Gram- 
mar School, r. 517 Fell 
" David H., with U. S. Mint, r. 218 Turk 
Alderson F L., commission hardware, iron and 
steel, 23 Davis, room 13, r. 2628 Sacra- 
mento 
" H. Everett, student, r. 517 F^ll 
" William B., cigars and tobacco, 242 Kearny, 
r. 218 Turk 



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900 Battery St. TeL Main 1864. 

DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF 

FOREIGN # DOMESTIC COAL. 

Family Trade a Specialty. 



Alderson William H., clerfe ticket auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co.. r. 517 Fell 
Alderton Auguste F., driver, r. 944 Valencia 

" Sophia, widow, r. 952 Valencia 
Aldine The, Mrs. Mary C. Walworth proprietor, 

4(J4 Turk 
Aldis Edward, shoemaker, r. 7.36 Market 
" John, teamster Benhard D. Schulken, r. 1436 

Aldrich" Claude B., clerk E. K. Aldrich, r. 2124 
Howard 

" Edmund K., groceries, 3021-3023, 16th, r. 2 
Hoff Av 

" Ezra W., auctioneer, r. 708 Golden Gate Av 

'■ Fred D.. r. 54 Ferine 

" Frederick V., clerk J. C. Nobmann, r. SW 
cor California and Fillmore 

" George A., capitalist, 124 Sansome 

" Henry, waiter, r. 1126 Harrison 

" .lohn M., carpenter, r. Fulton nr 1st Av 

" Marian Mrs., r. 133a 15th 

" Myron E., waiter Davis & Marston, r. 408 
Natoma 
Aldricli Stuart, superintendent money order 
division Post Office, NW cor Washington 
and Battery, r. 1515 Washington 
Aldrich William F., secretary Parke & Lacy 
Co., 21-23 Fremont, r. 1515 Washington 

" W. H., engineer S. P. Co., r. 2008 Howard 

" William H., capitalist, 124 Sansome 
Aldridge Orville A., clerk Michael O'Brien, r. 
513 Mission 

" Peter J., teamster, r. 3 Clyde 
Alessandro Frank, tamale peddler, r. 21 Hinck 

ley 
Alex George, seaman str San Juan 
Alexander A., printer, r. 17 Glen Park Av 

" A. B., fishery expert U. S. str Albatross 

" Abraham, r. 150914 Geary 

" Acheson, clerk Goldberg, Bowen & Co., r. 
21 Scott 

" Adolf, tailor, 211 O'Farrell 

" Alexander, millwright Dibert Bros. Mfg. 
Co., r. 520Folsom 

" Alfred, barber Hoffman Bros., 44 O'Farrell 

" Alfred, stretcher I. L. Solomon & Co., r. 
134, 15th 

" Andrew, shipwright, r. 615, 2d 

" Anne, r. 19 Bartlett 

" Archibald McI., clerk, r. 1904 Webster 

" Bair, tailor, r. 1078 Howard 

" Bernard T., accountant Heller, Bachman & 
Co., r. 3021 Washington 

- Center, clerk Morris Rothschild, r. 134, 15th 

" Charles, carpenter, r. 18 Freelon 

" Charles, cook Mrs. Martha Ross, r. 510 
Mission 

" Charles, seaman str Eureka, r. 630 Broad- 
way 

" Daniel E., attorney at law, r. 242, 12th 

Alexander David G., secretary and treasurer 

Welch & Co.. 220 California, r. Alameda 

Alexander Edgar, manager insurance dept. 

Parrott & Co.,304 California, r. Sausalito 

" Edwin C, compositor Call, r. 515 Grove 

" Elizabeth, widow, r. 17 Glen Park Av 

" Ernest, plumber W. D. Hobro, r. 1311 
Mason 

•' Ezekiel. master str Santa Rosa, r. Oakland 

'• F. J., r. 317 O'Farrell 

" Flora Mrs., r. 703 Taylor 

" Frank A., photo-engraver Union Photo-En- 
graving Co., r. East Oakland 

" Frederick P., carpenter, r. 2320 Filbert 

" George M.. manufacturer clothing, 118 Bat- 
tery, r. 703 Taylor 



Alexander George W., printer, r. 924 Hyde 

" George W., tailor Columbus Woolen Mills, 
r. 150914 Geary 
Alexander Geo. Webb, tools, machinery, hard- 
ware and bicycles, 401 Market, r. Oakland 
Alexander Granville W., grain dealer, 421 Cali- 
fornia, r. 1015 Morton, Alameda 

" H. & Co. (Harry and Herman Alexander), 
manufacturers clothing, 20 Sansome 

" Harry (H. Alexander & Co.), r. 1046 Golden 
Gate Av 

" Harry, barber Manuel Silva, r. 8231^ Mont- 
gomery 

" Henry C, painter, r. 909 Vallejo 

" Henrietta, widow, r. 1712 Geary 

" Herman (H. Alexander & Co.), r. New York 

" Hiram H. C, paper hanger, r. 2320 Filbert 

" Howard J., r. 118 Ash Av 

" Isaac, expressman, NW cor 5th and Mis- 
sion, r. 1414 Langton 

" Isidore, salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & Co., 
r. 517 Post 

" Jacob, foreman I. L. Solomon & Co., r. 134, 
15th 

" Jacob A., junk, r. 1322 Fillmore 

" James, miner, r. 6O914 Broderick 

" James, salesman H. Alexander & Co., r. 
1046 Golden Gate Av 

" Jane, Mrs., r. Old People's Home 

" Jeanette, widow, r. 1904 Webster 

" Jesse L., 3d mate str Corona 

" John, carpet layer, r. 1425 Geary 

" John, clerk John Engelland, r. 317 Fulton 

" John, clerk, r. 1904 Webster 

" John, longshoreman O. R. & N. Co., r. 
5681/2 Bryant 

" John, salesman L. A. Berteling, r. 1207 
Howard 

" John E. (R. S. Alexander & Son), r. San 
Rafael 

" Joseph, clerk Neuburger, Reiss & Co., r. 
1805 Broadway 

" Joseph, salesman Hoffman, Alexander & 
Co., r. 1104 Van Ness Av 

" Judith, widow, r. 22 Valley 

" Julius, barber, SE cor Battery and Union 

" Julius M., clerk forwarding dept. Wells, 
Fargo & Co., r. 11 Kearny 
Alexander L. & M. & Co. (Leo E. and Michael 
S. Alexander), agents Smith Premier 
Typewriter, typewriters' supplies and 
manufacturers rubber stamps, 218 San- 
some 

" Leo, bookkeeper L. P. Drexler, r. 3021 Wash- 
ington 

" Leo E. (L. & M. Alexander & Co.), r. 1020 
Van Ness Av 

" Lena Miss, stenographer, r. 568i/i Bryant 

" Louis L., salesman Raphael Weill & Co., 
r. 1311 Mason 

" Manuel, shoemaker H. Hemmer, r. 134, 15th 
Alexander Maternity Cottage. See Hospital 
for Children and Training School for 
Nurses 

" Max, r. 17a 6th 

" Michael S. (L. & M. Alexander & Co.), r. 
1020 Van Ness Av 

" Milton O.. r. 1104 Van Ness Av 

" Nichols H., traveling salesman, r. 2542 
Howard 

" Orlando, commission merchant, 121 Cali- 
fornia, r. Oakland 

" Oscar R., salesman Hoffman, Alexander & 
Co., r. 1104 Van Ness Av 

" Pauline, widow, r. 3 White's PI 

" Peter, bicycles, r. 915 Hayes 

" Peter A., barber, r. 7951/2 Stevenson 

" Philip, cigars, r. 3021 Washington 

" Rae Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar 
School, r. 1046 Golden Gate Av 

" Ray L., widow, r. 2107 Jones 

•' R. E., printer, r. 17a 6th 

" Rebecca Miss, teacher Peabody Primary 
School, r. 1712 Geary 

" Richard G., manager Sunset Seed and 
Plant Co's nursery yard, SE cor Polk 
and Jackson, r. 216 Eddy 

" Richard S. (R. S. Alexander & Son), r. San 
Rafael 



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Alexander Robert, clerk, r. 1904 Webster 
" Robert, liquors, cor 5tli Av South and K 
" Robert J., salesman Eagleson «fe Co., r. 21 

Scott 
" Rosie Miss, housekeeper, r. 3320 Filbert 
" R. S. & Son (Richard S. and John E.), Pac. 
Coast agents Rhode Island, Perkins 
Horse Shoe Co., 35 Steuart 
" Samuel, merchant, 218 Sansome, r. 1020 Van 

Ness Av 
" Samuel J., nurseryman, r. Sherman Av nr 

Sears 
" Samuel T. (Alexander & Baldwin), r. Oak- 
land 
" Sarah Miss, dressmaker, r. 609 Polk 
" Selig, r. 15091/2 Geary 
" Simon, manager H. Alexander & Co., r. 1046 

Golden Gate Av 
" S. O. Mrs., widow, r. 1104 Van Ness Av 
" Theodore, r. 517 Post 
" Thomas, barber, r. 1620 Washington 
" Thomas, cook, r. 8^4 Turk rear 
" Thomas, laborer South S. F. Tannery 
" Thomas G., porter Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hayden Co., r. 424^4 Devisadero 
" Tina, widow, r. 10 Elliott Park 
" W., steel worker Pac. Roll. Mill, r. NE cor 

Napa and Louisiana 
" Wallace, with Alaska Improvement Co., 

3 Steuart, r. 2523 Gough 
" Wallace M. (Alexander & Baldwin), r. Oak- 
land 
" Walter C, butcher, r. 2320 Filbert 
" William, clerk, r. 1904 Webster 
" William, conductor Market St. Ry.,r. 463 

Valencia 
" William, laundryman, r. 513, 15th 
" William A., carpenter, r. Sherman Av nr 

Sears 
" William F., painter, r. 302 Pixley 
" William H., messenger, r. 919 Pacific 
" William J., painter, r. 2320 Filbert 
" William S., asst. bookkeeper general audi- 
tor's office S. P. Co., r. 301 Leavenworth 
" William T., asst. property man Morosco's 

Grand Opera House, r. 781 Mission 
" & Baldwin (Samuel T. Alexander, Henry P. 
Baldwin, Wallace M. Alexander and 
Joseph P. Cooke), shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, 36 Luning Bldg 
Alexanderson Andrew, laborer, r. 513 Howard 
rear 
" Claus, carpenter, r. 735 Bryant 
Alfaros Anton, waiter George Valianos, r. 594 

Stevenson- 
Alferitz George C, bookkeeper Dellepiane & Co., 
r. 620 Green 
" Henry, clerk Dellepiane & Co., r^ 620 Green 
" Peter (Dellepaine & Co.), r. 620 Green 
Alford Lizzie F. Miss, operator Peerless Tent 
and Awning Co., r. 425, 10th 
" Thomas F., janitor James Lick Baths, r. 
425, 10th 
Alfred Leone Mrs., dressmaker, 808' Broadway 
Alfs Carl, traveling salesman Naber, Alfs & 

Brune, r. 139 Page 
Alfs William (Naber, Alfs & Brune), r. Alameda 
Algao James, shoemaker, r. 12 Fargo PI 
Algeo George T., draughtsman E. J. Vogel, r. 
Oakland 
" Thomas H., tanner John Counihan & Son, 
r. 305, 7th 
Alger Elizabeth H., widow, r. 1937 Geary 
" Frank, carpenter, r. 408 Jones 
" John, carpenter, r. 2717 Harrison 
" O. E., engineer S. P. Co., r. 41 Shotwell 
Algren J., carpenter, r. 2717i^ Harrison 
4®=Algren. See Ahlgren 
Alic Anton, toolmaker, 31914, 5th 
Alila Land Co., Charles A. King secretary, 19 

Montgomery 
Alison Bell Mrs., r. 1219 Mission 
" Charles N., brass finisher W. T. Garratt & 

Co., r. 21 Gilbert 
" Charles S., clerk, r. 1219 Mission 
" Rufus B., marine engineer, 9 Mission, r. 

Vallejo, Cal 
" William, chief engineer str Queen 
J8®=-Alison. See Allison 



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Aljovin Celia Miss, hairdresser, r. 311 Gough 
Alkalay Joseph, diamond setter, 126 Kearny, 
room 39, r. Berkeley 
" Leopold, diamond setter Shreve & Co., r. 
Berkeley 
Alkus Emil, boots and shoes, 122, 6th, r. 1528 
Ellis 
" Harry, salesman Emil Alkus, r. 1528 Ellis 
All Hallows Church (R. C), Rev. Patrick Foley 

pastor, N South bet 15th and 16th Avs 
Allais Charles (AUais & Bodin), r. 522 Pine 
" & Bodin (Charles Allais and Paul Bodin), 
liquors and lodgings, 522 Pine 
AUamous Victor, cellarman, r. 428 Broadway 
Allan Alfred D., miner, r. 1218 Buchanan 
" Alfred D., Jr., r. 1218 Buchanan 
" Alma C, widow, r. 631 Golden Gate Av 
" Fanny B. Miss, bookkeeper Jones Bros. & 

Co., r. San Mateo 
" James, butcher J. G. James & Co., r. 947, 

12th Av South 
" James A., shipping clerk Jones Bros. & 

Co., r. San Mateo 
" John, seaman str Progi-eso 
" John D. (Jones Bros. & Co.), r. Belmont 
" Robert E., clerk Christian Froelich, r. 1014 

Sanchez 
■' Robert I., mill foreman Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

2105 Mission 
" Robert I. Mrs., dressmaking, 2105 Mission 
" Thomas J., professor Mechanical Drawing 
Cogswell Polytechnic College, r. 2129 
Pine 
" William, ship carver and gilder Union 
I. Wks., r. 120 Perry 
4S="Allan. See Allen and AUyne 
AUard Arthur, shoemaker, 704 Montgomery Av 
" Delno D. (Stanley & Allard), r. 19291^ Lex- 
ington Av 
4@= Allard. See EUard 
Allardt Charles F., mechanical engineer, 418 

California, r. 1127 Linden, Oakland 
Allardt George F., civil engineer, 418 California, 

r. 1127 Linden, Oakland 
Allardyce Adam, salesman, r. 510 Fulton 
" Alexander, r. 510 Fulton 
" Alexander Jr., salesman, r. 510 Fulton 
" Charles A., engraver, 131 Post, room 6, r. 
Alameda 
AUari Herman (Joseph AUari & Son), r. 710 
Hyde 
" Joseph (Joseph Allari & Son), r. 710 Hyde 
" Joseph & Son (Joseph and Herman), deli- 
cacies, 55-56 California Market 
" Louis, butcher Popular Dining Rooms, r. 
16 Morris Av 
Allaire John W., clerk Raphael Weill & Co., r. 

519 Golden Gate Av 
Allchin Thomas, teamster, r. 415 Brannan 
Alldack Frederick D., manager Seal Rock 
House, Ocean Boulevard nr B 
" L. Heniy (Alldack & Stehn), r. 537Y2 Hayes 
" & Stehn (L. Henry Alldack and Edward 
M. Stehn), wines and liquors, SE cor 
Hayes and Laguna 
Allec Jean (Allec & Perpoli), r. 114, 18th 
" & Perpoli (Jean Allec and Maximilian Per- 
poli), dyers and cleaners, 112 Powell, 
works 2216-2218 Folsom 
Allecq Eugene, stock dealer, r. 507 Pine 
Allegaert Philip, machine hand H. Friedrichs, 

r. 425 York 
Allegretti Joseph, candymaker J. Seidl & Co., 

r. 6% Salmon 
Allegrini Robert (AUegrini & Luporini), r. 410 
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J San Francisco Ofifice, 405 Sansome St. I 

Allegrini & Luporinl (Robert Allegrini and 
Luigi Luporini), proprietors Hotel del 
Campidoglio, 408-4] 2 Broadway 
AUequede Germain, wool puller Legallet-Hell- 
wig Tanning Co., r. 6th Av South nr Rail- 
road Av 
Alleman Charles, grocerie ^ and dairy produce, 
1126 Larkin 

" Owen G., teamster Austin & Co. 
Allemand Joseph, nurse French Hospital 
Allemann Freda Miss, missionary, r. 1118 Taylor 

" Lina M., widow, r. 1118 Taylor 
Allen A., marine engine •, 9 Mission 

" A. E. Mrs., widow, r. 616 Ellis 

" Alamson R.. painter, r. 27 Freelon 

" Albert, tinner F. Raisch, r. 909 Folsom 

■' Albert J., foreman, r. 331 Guerrero 

" Albert J., mill hand Commercial Box Fac- 
tory, r. 126 Pe ry 

" Alexander, advertising agent, r. 2237 Jack- 
son 

" Alexander, weaver, r. 514 Shotwell 

" Alexander M., contractor, r 855 Golden 
Gate Av 

" Alexander W., salesman Clabrough, Gol- 
cher & Co., r. 521 Shotwell 

" Amelia, widow, r. 2228 Howard 

" Andrew, laborer, r. 15a Dore 

" Angeline Miss, bookkeeper William Cline, 
r. 916 Filbert 

" Annie, widow, r. 110a, 18th 

" Annie Miss, dressmaker, r. 1319'A Broad- 
way 

" Annie, domestic, 2018 Baker 

" Annie B. Miss, clerk, r. 926, 15th 

" Annie E., widow, r. 507 Haight 

" Anthony, paver, r. 1913 Stockton 

" Arthur (Allen Bros.), r. 926, 15th 

" Arthur D., motormau S. F. & S. M. Ry., r. 
762 San Jose Av 

" Arthur F., attorney at law, 320 California, 
room 10. r. Alameda 

" Arthur J., clerk freight auditor's dept. S. 
P. Co., r. 1530 Devisadero 

'• Augustus, r. 2309 California 

" Bertha, waitress Dennett's, r. 419 Geary 

" Brothers (Charles M., Arthur and Ethan), 
bicycle repairs, 6 Sanchez 

" Brothers (James G. Allen), importers East 
India goods, .304 Market 

" C. Mrs., widow, r. 84 Brosnan 

•' Cassandra L. Mrs., notions, 1531 Sanchez 

" Catherine, widow, r. 259 Stevenson 

" Catherine Miss, r. 1228, 26th 

" Catherine Mrs., lodgings, 252 Clementina 

" Catherine, r. 821 Howard 

" C. C, vice-president Dr. A. J. Shores Co., 
Nucleus Bldg, r. Los Angeles 

" Charles, bricklayer, r. 766^4 Folsom 

" Charles, clerk, r. 515 Gough 

" Charles, liquors, 25 Turk, r. 1130 Market 

" Charles, manager Joseph Landgraff, r. NE 
cor Stanyan and Fell 

" Charles, yardman South S. F. Tannery, r. 
16 South Park 

" Charles E., master str Crescent City, r. 
109, 10th 

" Charles G. (Fitzpatrick & Allen), r. 644 
Sacramento 

" Charles M. (Allen Bros.), r. 926, 15th 
Allen Charles R., wholesale coal, 144 Steuart, 
tel Main 1845, and 1167 Webster, Oakland, 
r. Oakland 

" Charlotte, widow, lodgings, 413, 4th 

" Charlotte, widow, r. 8861/2, 15th _ 

" Charlotte Mrs., r. Old People's 



Allen Clifford, medical student, r. 1816 Mason 

" Daniel B., carpenter, r. 314 Sierra 
Allen Darwin C, attorney at law, rooms 309-310 

Spreckels Bldg, 927 Market, r. SE cor 

15th and Valencia 
" David, laborer, r. NW cor Baker and Lyon 
" David, operator W. U. Tel. Co., r. 293, 3d Av 
" David H., solicitor, r. 1922 Broderick 
" Declan, blacksmith, 838 Brannan, r. 603 

Minna 
" Delia Mrs., dressmaking, 616 Post 
'< Dora I. Miss, clerk Swayne & Hoyt, r. 507 

Haight 
Allen Edgar L., agent Newport Wharf and 

Lumber Co., 22 California, room 24, r. 

2924 California 
" Edward, laborer, r. 1066 Noe 
AUen Edward Rev. S. J., president St. Igna 

tius College, 214 Hayes 
Allen Edward A., president Pacific Express Co. 

and agent str Gold, office Jackson St. 

wharf, r. Alameda 
" Edward D., salesman Goodyear Rubber 

Co., r. 309, 7th Av 
" Edward E., machinist Mutual Electric 

Light Co., r. 243 Langton 
" Edward M., clerk James W. Moliere, r. 926, 

15th 
AUen Edward T., president E. T. Allen Co., 

416 Market, r. 2204 Jackson 
" Elizibeth Miss, r. The (Lick) Old Ladies' 

Home 
" Ellen, widow, r. 1207 Montgomery 
" Elmer L., teamster Albert E. Buckman, r. 

10 Walter 
" E.S.Mrs., proprietor The Lenox, 628 Sutter 
Allen E. T. Company, Edward T. Allen presi- 
dent, H. P. Capell vice-president, H. E. 

Skinner secretary, fire arms, ammuni- 
tion, etc., 416 Market 
" Ethan (Allen Bros.), r. 926, 15th 
" Ethan, ward tender City and County Hos- 
pital 
" Etta Miss, stenographer, r. 821 Post 
" Eugene C, conductor Market St. Ry.. r. 808 

Lott 
" Everett A., plumber Krug & Yung, r. 12}^ 

Bluxome 
" F., master mariner, r. 407 Mason 
" Frank, distributor S. F. Laundry, r. 10 St. 

Rose's Av 
" Frank, janitor, 606 Sutter, r. 740, 20th 
" Frank, stenographer Journal of Commerce, 

r. 515 Gough 
" Frank A., tailor, r. 455H Stevenson 
■' Frank H., bookkeeper Joseph Dixon Cru- 
cible Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Frank H., president Allen & Higgins 

Lumber Co., 18-20 Spear, r. 124 Laurel 
" Frank O., grip repairer Market St. Ry., r. 

544 Lott 
" Fred W., motorman S. F. & S. M. Ry., r. 

762 San Jose Av 
" Frederick, laborer, r. 707 Natoma 
" Frederick C. (Allen & Looney), r. 613}^ 

Jessie 
" G. A., master mariner, 9 Mission 
" George (Allen & Satterlee), r. 724 O'Farrell 
" George, barber David Martin, r. 807 Kear- 
ny 
" George A., janitor New City Hall, r. 724 

O'Farrell 
" George H., superintendent Simkins & 

Thorp, r. 507 Shotwell 
•' George W., foreman A. Schilling & Co., r. 

226, 3d Av 
" George W., molder, r. 124 Oak 
" G. H., driver Pac. Carriage Co., r. 619 Minna 
" Gilbert P.. seaman, r. 15 Dehon 
" Grant, mill hand Conm:ercial Box Factory, 

r. 126 Perry 
" Guy, bookkeeper Joseph Byrne & Co., r. 

22, 5th 
" Harry, carpenter S. F. Bridge Co. 
" Harry E., engineer, r. 643>^ Natoma 
" Harry E., lamplighter S. F. Gas Light Co., 

r. 79 Albion Av 
" Harry F., plumber, r. 1133 Harrison 
" Harry G., student, r. 2309 California 



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Allen Harry I., laundryman Electric Laundry 

Co., r. 1531 Sanchez 
" Henry F. (Allen & Lewis), r. Ross, Marin 

Co. 
" Henry W., clerk local freight offloeS. P. Co., 

r. Berkeley 
" Herman, seaman, r. 4.33c Fremont 
" Hiller G., ticket agent Oceanic Steamship 

Co., 114 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
" Horace H., clerk Westchester Fire Ins. Co., 

r. East Oakland 
" H. S., manager The Press Clipping Bureau. 

510 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
" Isaac P., adjuster, 401 California, room 24, 

r. Alameda 
" Isaac P., ship carpenter, r. 126 Perry 
" Jane, widow, r. 2603 Hyde 
" Jerome A., manufacturers' agent, 84 Flood 

Bldg, r. Oakland 
" Jacob, architect, r. San Bruno Av opposite 

15th Av 
" Jacob O., farmer, r. 926, 15th 
" James, r. 2 Illinois 
" James, millwright Pac. Woodenware and 

Cooperage Co., r. 316^4 Iowa 
" James Jr., teamster, r. 2 Illinois 
Allen James B., manufacturer hats, 104, 5th, r. 

920 Howard 
" James G. (Allen Brothers) and agent Joseph 

Dixon Crucible Co., 304 Market, r. Oak- 
land 
" James G., master mariner, r. 1332 Sanchez 
" James H., car repairer S. P. Co., r. 2603 

Hyde 
Allen James M., attorney at law, 305 Sansome, 

r. Menlo Park 
" James W., waiter Albert E. Buckman, r. 

NW cor Steiner and Hermann 
" John, r. 24 Julian Av 
" John (Tobin & Allen), r. 311, 4th 
" John, detective, r. 2421 Harrison 
" John, driver Engine No. 20 S. F. F. 

r. 2119 Filbert 
" John, laborer, r. 243 Langton 
" John, musician, r. 1210 Larkin rear 
" John, physician, 405 Kearny, r. 712 Geary 
" John, tailor, r. 13191/2 Broadway 
" John, teamster, r. 2 Illinois 
" John D., car repairer S. P. Co., r. 2603 Hyde 
" John F., iron worker, r. 15 Georgia 
" John G., stenographer, r. 1531 Sanchez 
" John G. R., compositor George Spaulding 

& Co., r. 1531 Sanchez 
" John S., salesman Roos Bros., r. 2316a 

Mission 
" John W., r. 35 Clementina 
" John W., oil dealer, r. 26, 12t 1 
" Josep 1, r. 2 Illinois 
" Joseph, baker Thomas Rusch 
" Josephine Mrs., r. 1220 Buchanan 
" J. S., seaman revenue cutter Commodore 

Perry 
" Katie Miss, milliner Stange & Jaenick'e, r. 

2603 Hyde 
" Lalla T., widow, r. 2309 California 
" Lewis, r. 2111!^ Bush 
Allen Lewis H., secretary Harrold, Belcher & 

Allen, 508 Sutter, r. East Oakland 
" Lizzie Mrs., r. Old People's Home 
" Lombard S., shipwright, r. 2126 Mission 
" Lorenzo D., carpenter, r. 1906 Buchanan 
" Lydia E., widow, r. 35b 13th 
" Mary, widow, r. 8 Hoft Av 
" Mary, widow, r. 1429 Pacific 
" Mary G. , widow, dressmaking, 724 O'Farrell 
" Mary R., widow, r. 821 Post 
" Matthew, glass cutter William Holt, r. 

1049 Mission 
" Meredith N., laborer A. H. Greenberg, r. 

722 Willow Av 
" Merton C, journalist Chronicle, r. 81314 

Capp 
" Michael, laborer Union I. Wks., r. 633 Ten- 



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Michael, seaman, r. 306a Lily Av 
Nathan, clerk Cosmopolitan Club, r. 17, 4th 
Nathaniel, laborer, r. 345 King 
Nellie G. Miss, r. 307 Larkin 
Nicholas J., clerk, r. 1319^ Broadway 



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Allen Nils, helper Atlas I. Wks. 
" Oliver P., bookkeeper Anglo-Calif ornian 

Bank, r. Oakland 
" Orin E., r. 336 0ak 

" Orin E. Mrs., tissue paper artist, 336 Oak 
AUen Peri E., attorney at law, 306 Pine, rooms 

7-8, r. 9 South Park 
" Peter, r. 513 Shotwell 
" Peter C, teacher of music, r. 1105 Hyde 
" R. Mrs., operator W. U. Tel. Co., r. 607 

Sutter 
" Ray, clerk Patrick E. O'Hair, r. 909a Fol- 

som 
" Raymond D., barber, r. 802, 15th 
'■ ReeceB., r. 1905 Polk 
" R. H. Mrs., r. 1812 Market 
" Richard, blacksmith, 836 Brannan, r. 603 

Minna 
" Richard, driver Chemical Engine 1, r. 253 

Clementina 
" Richard, laborer Pac. Can Co., r. 10 St. 

Charles 
" Richard, yardman W. G. Stafford & Co., r. 

1000 Montgomery 
'-■ Richard P., solicitor, r. 1936 Market 
" Richard S., receiver, r. 331 Guerrero 
" Robert, compositor, r. 3006 Larkin 
" Robert, musician, r. 3731 Folsom 
" Robert C, cook Thompson & Tobius, r. 215 

Minna 
" Rowland F., salesman William P. Morgan, 

r. Oakland 
" Samuel, barber, r. 216 Minna 
" Samuel J., weigher R. Dunsmuir & Sons, r. 

413 Scott 
" Samuel M., clerk, r. 930 Union 
" Sarah M. Mrs., clerk registry division 

postoffice, r. 930 Union 
" Sidney D., salesman Crane Co., r. Alameda 
" Stuart ;H., clerk Jerome A. Allen, r. Oak- 
land 
" Susan, widow, r. 1716 Fillmore 
" Susan K. Mrs., proprietor The Longworth, 

510 Geary 
" T. Christy, entry clerk Goodyear Rubber 

Co.,r. Alameda 
" T. H., wharfman str Monticello 
" Thomas, confectioner, r. 1508 Mason 
" Thomas, marble worker J. S. Lightner, r. 

734 Clementina 
" Thomas, plumber, r. 821 Howard 
" Thomas J., insurance broker. 210 Sansome, 

r. Oakland 
" Thomas S., shipwright Clark & Webster, r. 

Berkeley 
" Thomas W., clerk, r. 2213 Polk 
" Thompson K., cook, r. 54, 1st 
" Virginia Miss, matron Morosco's Grand 

Opera House 
" Walter M., carpenter Townley Bros., r. 2605 

Howard 
" William, r. 607 21st 
" William, r. 916 Filbert 
" William, expressman, SW cor Sacramento 

and Polk, r. 4 Morse PI 
" William, helper Fulton Eng. & Ship Bldg. 

Wks., r. S s Tonquin bet Baker and 

Broderick 
" William, laborer, r. 529 Sacramento 
" William, lather, r. 611M Natoma 
" William, longshoreman, r. 36 Clay 
" William, waiter, r. 222 Minna 
Allen William C, secretary Pacific Express Co., 

Jackson St. Wharf, r. East Oakland 
'■ William A., purser str San Jose 
" William B., journalist, r. 534 Bush 



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Allen William C, ship carpenter, r. 126 Perry 
" William E., director Jones, Allen & Co., r. 

703 Haves 
" William H.. fireman, r; 1800 Howard 
" William J., carpenter Albert Hansen, r. 56 

Corbett Av 
" William J., engineer, r. 232 Church 
" William N., foreman Albert E. Buckman, 

r. NW cor Steiner and Hermann 
" William O., driver Allec & Perpoli, r. 3216 

Folsom 
" William R., r. 7i/4 Guerrero 
" William S.. clerk Sperry Flour Co., r. 29 

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336 Oak 
" William W. Jr. (William W. Allen & Son), 

r. 336 Oak 
Allen William W. & Son (William W. and 

William W. Jr.), attorneys at law, 1504 

Market cor City Hall Square 

Allen & Higgins Lumber Co., 

Frank H. Allen president, James E. 
Higgins secretary and treasurer, hard- 
wood lumber, 18-20 Spear 

Allen & Lewis (Henry F. Allen and Cicero H. 
Lewis), commission merchants, 202 Cali- 
fornia and Portland, Or. 

Allen & Looney (Frederick C. Allen and Jere- 
miah Looney), plumbers, 314 O'Farrell, 
tel Red 144 
" & Satterlee (George Allen and John P. 
Satterlee), general business agents, 783!^ 
Market 
" & Young (Thomas and Harry Young), steve- 
dores, 308 California 

4®" Allen. See Allan and Allyne 

Allenberg Charles, secretary Altoona Quick- 
silver Mining Co. and Brandy City Mine, 
206 Sansome, rooms 1-2, r. 507 Golden 
Gate Av 
" Edward C, laborer, r. 6 Union 
" Edwin L., salesman A. H. Motley Co., r. 

507 Golden Gate Av 
" Leo, shipping clerk Cal. Wine Assn., r. 507 

Golden Gate Av * 

" Leopold, bookkeeper, r. 505 Golden Gate Av 

AUende Henri, fourth cook str Alameda 

Alley William H., r. 224 Greenwich rear 

Alliance Assurance Co. (London, Eng.), Na- 
thaniel T. James manager, V. W. Gas- 
kill manager city dept., 416 California 
" Building and Loan Association, Adolph 
Calmann secretary, 14 Montgomery 

Alliance Insurance Co. Limited (of Berlin), 
Gutte & Frank managers Pac. Coast 
Dept., 303 California 

Alliance Marine and General Assurance Co. 
Limited (of London), J. J. Moore & Co. 
agents, 302 California 

AUiata James, ironworker Standard Iron and 
Wire Wks. 

Ailing George S. (J. R. Blanchard & Co.), r. 
Colma, Cal. 

Allingham William, well borer, r. 1505 Guerrero 

Allione Frank, cook, r. 461 Stevenson 
" Henry, restaurant, 704 Filbert, r. 726 Fil- 
bert 

Alliot Giacomo, bootblack, r. 8 Reed PI 
" Hector, salesman Sanborn, Vail & Co., r. 

317 Sutter 
" L. M. Mrs., decorative art, 317 Sutter 

-e®= Alliot. See Elliott 

Allis Edmund C, traveling salesman Hinz & 
Landt, r. 414 Cole 



Allis Edward P. Co., The (Milwaukee, Wis.) D. 
B. Hanson manager, manufacturers en- 
gines, mill and mining machinery, 9 
Fremont 
" Harold L., employee Smiths' Cash Store, r. 



" Herman, cook, r. 257 Stevenson 
" Watson C, scale expert Fairbanks, Morse 
& Co., r. 1601 San Carlos Av 
Allison Arthur W., bookkeeper Lake & Co., r. 
7101/2 Post 
" Daniel, librarian Knights of Pythias Li- 
brary Assn., 909 Market, r. Berkeley 
" Daniel C, teamster, r. 345 Fremont 
Allison David E., president The D. E. Allison 
Co., 501-509 Front, r. 2112 Broadway 
" David E. Jr., bookkeeper The D. E. Allison 
Co., r. 2112 Broadway 
Allison D. E. Co. The, David E. Allison presi- 
dent, wholesale fruit and produce com- 
mission merchants, 501-509 Front 
" Edward L., bookkeeper Austin & Co., r. 

7101/2 Post 
" Edward R., bookkeeper The D. E. Allison 

Co., r. 2112 Broadway 
" Elizabeth Mrs., r. 71014 Post 
" Frank J., r. 600 Bush 
" George M., boxmaker, r. 804 Bay 
" Henry H., carpenter, r. 716 Larkin 
" James G., boxmaker, r. 804 Bay 
" James H., clerk law dept. S. P. Co., r. 

71014 Post 
" John C, job printer, 8 Montgomery Av 
" , Neff & Co. (incorporated), John B. Neff 
president, farming implements, 421-423 
Market 
" Thomas, cook, r. 739b Filbert 
" Thomas Sydney, clerk New England Mu- 
tual Life Ins. Co., r. Hotel Langham 
>8®= Allison. See Alison 

AUman Alphonse, inspector U. S. Customs, r. 
214, 3d 
" Charles E. (Starr & Allman), r. Oakland 
" Joseph, stonecutter, r. 214 O'Farrell 
" Margaret, widow, r. SW cor Hermann and 

Buchanan 
" Miles, foreman, r. 1226 Lombard 
'• Norah, widow, r. 25031/4 Howard 
" William, porter Hermann A. Lunsmann & 
Bro., r. 861 Market 
4®°" Allman. See Almon 
Alloway James T., brakeman S. P. Co., r. 307 

Hyde 
Allport Henry W., civil engineer, 530 California, 

room 65 
Allspaugh Amaziah M., carpenter, r. 829 Steven- 
son 
AUwell Mary A., widow, r. 35 Turk 
AUwood Henry, wood carver Excelsior Mill 

Co., r. 33d Av South nr I 
Allyn Hester A., widow, r. 317, 19th 
" Stanley T., cigars and tobacco, 5 Grant 
Av, r. 206 Golden Gate Av 
Allyne John W. (Allyne & White), r. NW cor 

Gough and Green 
Allyne & White (John W. Allyne and William 

H. White), merchants, 316 Sacramento 
J8®=Allyne. See Allan and Allen 
Alma Gold Mining Co., D. Gutmann secretary, 

3 Mission 
Alma Mia Cigar Factory, Max Ordenstein pro- 
prietor, 608-614 Front 
Almada Domitila, widow, r. 21 South Park 
Almagia Giovanni, manager and city editor 
Italian Publishing Co., 629 Washington, 
r. 1822 Powell 
Almannini Louis, laborer, r. 8 Ohio PI 
Almberg Charles, bedmaker, r. 1045 Market 
Alme Johann, engraver J. C. Irvine & Co., r. 72], 

18th 
Almkvist John A., editor Vestra Sandebudet, r. 

537, 7th 
Almon David, clerk, r. 316, 22d 

" Edward J., teamster, r. 26 Harrison 
>Kg=-Almon. See Allman 
Almond Fred, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 920 

Natoma 
Almonte The (lodgings), Mrs. Johanna Frerichs 
proprietor, 1, 5th 



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Almquist Frank E., carpenter, r. 121 Fell 
" John A., ship Joiner Union I. Wks., r. 1210 



ire 
Almqvist Peter, baker Edward F. Maggart, r. 

620 Larkifa 
Alms Charles, tailor, 402 Jones 
Alms House (City and County), Philip L. Wea- 
ver superintendent, off Corbett Av nr 
Lake Honda 
Alonso Joseph, cigar maker, r. 1832 Powell 
" Manuel M., printer Brown & Bley Co., r. 
1832 Powell 
Alonzo Gold Mining Co., A. P. Bacon president, 
320 Sansome, room 12 
" Joseph, r. 362, 3d 
Aloth Andrew, iron worker, r. 463A Minna 
Alpen Herman M. 'Kummer & Alpen), r. 1621 
Buchanan 
" J. William, driver Blake, Moffltt & Towne, 
, r. 1621 Buchanan 
Alpern M. Mrs., milliner, 1, 6th, r. 1726 O'Farrell 
" Max, harness maker, r. 1726 O'Farrell 

ALPERS CHARLES, 

president National Fertilizer Co. and 
Hercules Cold storage Co., 405 Mont- 
gomery, room 5, r. 706 Ivy Av 

Alpers Charles W., musician, r. 1711 Mason rear 
'• Glaus, groceries and liquors, SW cor How- 
ard and 13th, r. 96, 13th 
" George, groceries and liquors, 328-330, 5th 
" John, painter, r. 3318 Sacramento 
" Matilda, widow, r. 202 Ritch 
" William, baker, r. 1711 Mason 

4®=Alpers. See Albers 

Alpha Consolidated Mill and Mining Co. (Gold 
Hill, Nev.) Charles E. Elliot secretary, 
79 Nevada Block 

Alpha Trained Nurses Agency, F. E. Goodban 
proprietor, 1117 Van Ness Av nr Post. 
Tel East 579 

Alpine Safe Co., George S. Beadle agent, 14 Cali- 
fornia 

Alsberg Sigmund S., proprietor Abbotsford 
House, 1416 Broadway 

Alsbro Harry T., r. 328, 12th 

Alsen Edward, seaman str National City 

Alsenz Maria B., widow, r. 1614 Post rear 

Alsina Arthur, clerk, r. 718 Greenwich 

Alsing A. N., driver Presidio & Ferries RR, r. 
1134 Union 

Alsip Edwin K. (Edwin K. Alsip & Co.), r. 2919 
California 

ALSIP EDWIN K. & CO. 

(Edwin K. Alsip), real estate dealers, 
29 Mills Bldg, 2d floor, also San Jose 
and Sacramento 

Alskoog Isaac, seaman, r. 321 Drumm 
Alsop Alexander W., laundryman American 
Laundry, r. 533 Pine 
" John S., clerk La Grande Laundry, r. The 
Baldwin 
Alt Bernard, teamster, r. 708 Vallejo 
" Carl, butcher, r. 512 Bush 
" Christopher, shoemaker, r. 708 Vallejo 
4®=Alt. See Ault 
Alta Building and Loan Association, Sol J. 

Levy secretary, 304 Montgomery 
Alta California Printing House, W. A. Wood- 
ward & Co. proprietors, 12 Sutter 
Alta Plaza, bet Steiner and Scott, Clay and 
Jackson 
" Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.), Julien 
E. Jacobus secretary, 33 Nevada Block 
" Soap Co., Engwer Brothers proprietors, 
109-111 Oregon 
Altemus John,bookrulerH. S. Crocker Co., r. SE 
cor 26th and Florida 
" John Mrs., bakery, SE cor 26th and Florida 
" John S., baker, r. SE cor 26th and Florida 
Altenberg Bertha, teacher music, r. 1615 Fill- 
nnore 
" Charles, bartender, r. 515 Sacramento 
" Frederick P. H., cutter Standard Shirt 
Factory, r. 1615 Fillmore 
Altenburg August, bookkeeper Raphael Weill & 
Co., r. 722 Union 
" Pauline, widow, r. 722 Union 



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Altendorf Jewel A., sign painter Joseph Laib 
Jr., r. 313 Golden Gate Av 
" Julius, grinder Pac. Saw Mfg. Co., r. Oak- 
land 
" William, seaman, r. 678 Bryant 
Altfleld Simon, traveling salesman, r. 614^/^ 

Elizabeth 
Alth Andrew, iron worker Cal. Gas Fixture Co., 

r. 463 Minna 
Althaus John, carpenter, r. 711 Mission 
Alther Robert J., importer corks, SE cor Scott 

and Ellis, r. 1893 Ellis 
Altherr Adolph, baker, SEcor 17th and Dolores 
Althof E., restaurant, II5V2 Powell, r. Oakland 
" Herman (Althof & Bahls), r. Oakland 
" Laura C, school teacher, r. 791 Haight 
" Theodore F., r. 791 Haight 

ALTHOF & BAHLS 

(Herman Althof and Mrs. E. Bahls), 
blank book manufacturers, book bind- 
ers and printers and sole manu- 
facturers and owners Frey-Buscher 
flat-opening blank books, 511-513 Sac- 
ramento 
Altieri Michilini. barber, 724 Front, r. 213 Vallejo 
Altin John, waiter Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Altman Dora Mrs., r. 414 Clementina 
" Jacob, r. 414 Clementina 
" Louis, painter, r. 20 Sumner 
" William, clerk J. & H. Knubel, r. 701 Hyde 
Altmann Jacob, merchant tailor, 1024 Sutter 

" Rosie Miss, dressmaking, 1024 Sutter 
Altmark Louis, salesman, r. Hotel Mirabeau 
Altmayer Abraham, r. 824 Turk 
" Berthold, clerk Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co., 

r. 7241/2 Turk 
" Leo, shoecutter, r. 824 Turk 
" Moses, clerk, r. 824 Turk 
" Rosalia, widow, r. 724 Turk 
Alton Mary, widow, r. 18 Sherwood PI 
" Thomas M., accountant S. F. Breweries, r. 
Alameda 
Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co., 
Cal.) Charles AUenberg secretary, 206 
Sansome, rooms 1-2 
Altozano Alice, widow, r. 2024 Taylor 
Altpeter Elise, widow, r. 19 Haight 
Altrup Charles, baker, r. 763 Howard 
Altschul Charles, manager London, Paris and 
American Bank (limited), 1-3 Sansome, 
r. 2315 Sutter 
" Hugo, clerk L. Altschul & Co., r. 1113 Post 
' ' Leopold, manager S. F. Crockery and Glass- 
ware Co., 422 Sansome, r. 1625 Webster 
" Ludwig, real estate, r. 2417 Sutter 
" Rudolf C, traveling salesman S. F. Crock- 
ery and Glassware Co., r. 1113 Post 
Altshuler Levi, r. 226 Devisadero 
" Sol. artist H. S. Crocker Co., r. 326 Devisa- 
dero 
Altube Bernardo, stockbroker, r. 813 Van Ness 

Av 
Altvater David, engineer J. Martenstein & Co., 
r. Alameda 
" William, driver Payot, Upham & Co., r. 
1033, 24th 
Alucano A. L., carpenter, r. 47 Jessie 
Aluminum Novelty Co. (Edward F. Beck), 
manufacturers' agents and importers 
of aluminum goods of every kind, 110 
Sutter 
Alvarado Foundry (Alvarado, Cal.), George H. 
Tay Co. proprietors, 610-620 Battery 
" Pedro, engineer Holbrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son, r. 651 Vallejo 



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Alvares Fred H., barber B. Harris, r. UT/^ Va- 
lencia 
'< Joseph, barber Joseph P. Frenna, r. 718 

Greenwich 
" Joseph J., policeman, r. 718 Greenwich 
" Manuel L., laundry, 442 Hayes 
Alvarez Angel P., publisher and proprietor El 
Comercio de San Francisco and Diario 
de California, 420 Montgomery, r. 1305 
Leavenworth 
•' Antonio, dental student G. F. Rodden, r. 

72IV2 Broadway rear 
" Antonio, tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. Alameda 
" Francisco, upholsterer Michael Luna, r. 

413 Vallejo 
" Gabriella, widow, r. 721^4 Broadway rear 
" Joseph C, barber Charles Laubenheimer, 

r. Oakland 
■' Joseph M., shell jeweler Herman Cook, r. 

1403 Kearny 
•• Pietro, journalist, r. 1305 Leavenworth 
" Rafael, shell worker, r. 6 Maiden Lane 
Alversen John, seaman, r. 6 Howard 
Alverson Thomas J., conductor, r. 211, 28th 
" William W., with Atlas Assurance Co., r. 
899 Pine 
Alves Annie L. Miss (Merrick & Alves), r. 16 
Murphy Bldg 
" Domingos, expressman, 501 Davis, r. Oak- 
land 
■ Frederick, teamster, r. 825 Hampshire 
" John, barber, 8 Folsom, r. 15 Merchant 
" Joseph, barber, 327 Drumm. r. 114 Pacific 
" Joseph, barber, 1551 Market, r. 35 West 

Park 
" Joseph S., barber, 130 Oak 
•' Kitano, seaman, r. 208 Jackson 
Alviso J. G., collector, r. 519 Sacramento 
" Raphael, laborer, r. 1318 Hampshire 
" William, vaquero, r. 816, 5th Av South 
Alvord William, president The Bank of Cali- 
fornia, NW cor California and Sansome, 
and Police Commissioner, r. 2200 Broad- 
way 
Alwell A., r. 1045 Market 
Alzaga John, hostler Edward Connors, r. 308 

Sweeney 
Amacher Michael, teamster Joseph Fassler, r. 

Mission Road bet 5 and 6 Mile Houses 
Amador Adele Miss, dressmaker, 1220 Stockton 
Amandolese Giobatta, laborer, r. 22 Russell 
Amante Gherini, salesman, r. 2527 Folsom 
Amaral Antone, 2d officer str Tiburon, r. Tib- 
uron 
" Frank, hostler Jacobs Bros., r. Oakland 
" Joaquin S., laborer U. S. Customs, r. Saus- 

alito, Cal 
•' Joseph S., barber, 1509 Howard 
Amark Frederick, salesman Richard Finking, 

r. 424, 6th 
Amato Amadeo, barber, 413 Broadway 
Amber Mas, tailor, 108 Battery, r. 523b Natoma 
Amberg Otto, porter Dunham, Carrigan & Hay- 
den Co., r. 157114 Market 
Amberger F., r. 140 Tremont Av 

" Theodore, printer, r. 1010 Montgomery 
Ambler Arthur, salesman, r. 2004 Larkin 
" Benjamin, salesman Langley & Michaels 
Co., r. 2004 Larkin 
Amblow Lewis G., waiter, r. 608M Natoma 
Ambridge F. C, clerk Goodall, Perkins & Co., r. 

700 Broderick 
Ambriska Michael, teamster G. F. Day, r. 60 

Jessie 
Ambrogi Ernest, fruits, 4111 California 



Ambrose Arthur, plumber J. Fred Meyer, r. 308, 
21st 
" Charles H., jockey, r. 112a Clement 
■' Edward, bookkeeper, r. 308, 21st 
" Frank M., painter, r. 4 Roach 
" Jacques, laborer, r. 619 Pacific 
" James, real estate, r. 605 Hayes 
" James T., plumber, r. 210, 5th Av 
" John B., bootblack, r. 2 Roach 
" Josie R. Miss, school teacher, r. 605 Hayes 
Ambrose J. R., agent The Bank of British North 
America, 120 Sansome, r. Berkeley 
'■ S., laundryman, r. 617 Mission 
" William, paper cutter Schmidt Label & 
Lith. Co., r. 115, 26th 
Ambrose William F., concrete and artificial 
stone, 40 New Montgomery and member 
Board of Education, r. 605 Hayes 
Ambrosio Emilia, widow, r. 526'/4 Vallejo 
Ambrozini Marco, cellarman I. Cuenin, r. 509 



Ambrun Frederick, cornice m.aker James Guil- 

foy, r. 1451/2, 5th 
Ameca Joseph, laborer American Salt Co., r. 18 

Hinckley PI 
Amedee Edward C, with J. Godeau & Co., r. 419 

Green 
" George, salesman Goldberg, Bowen & Co., 

r. 419 Green 

AMELUNG JULIUS C, 

importer and distributing agent for 
R. Tliorne & Sons (limited), general 
commission merchant and dealer in 
wines and brandies, oflace 10 Califor- 
nia, room 15; storage cellars 3 to 11 
1st SE cor Market ; telephone Drumm 
40 ; r. 234 Capp 

American Agriculturist, Orange, Judd Co. pro- 
prietors, 78 Columbian Bldg 
" and Chinese Commercial News (weekly), 

83514 Dupont 
" and Hawaiian Commercial Co., D. G. Cam- 
arinos president, office 519-523 Sansome 

American Association of Masters and Pilots 
of Steam Vessels, S.G. Nay lor secretary, 
9 Mission 
" Bakers" Union, 818a Howard 
" Ball Nozzle Co., G. A. Marquis manager, 
421 Market 

American Bank and Trust Co. of San Fran- 
cisco, Edwin Fretwell president, O. D. 
Baldwin vice-presdent, James J. Fagan 
cashier, John W. Farren, Jr., secretary, 
NE cor Bush and Montgomery 
" Bible Society, 1037 Market 
" Bimetallic League, George P. 
secretary. 19 Mills Bldg, 6th floor 

American Biscuit Co., Leon Sloss president, 
James Dunn vice-president and man- 
ager, William D. Claussen secretary, 
office and factory NW cor Battery and 
Broadway, salesroom 228 Front 
" Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mis- 
sions, Rev. Walter Frear general agent, 
7 Montgomery Av 

American Book Co., Adam F. Gunn and Fred M. 
Campbell managers, 101 Battery, tel 
Main 1962 

American Box Factory, R. P. Merillion pro- 
prietor, 815-825 Brannan 

American Brewery, Henry C. Kroenke proprie- 
tor, 725-727 Green, tel Black 1961 

American Carbonic Acid Gas Co., A. C. Shaw 
superintendent, carbonic acid gas manu- 
facturers, 19 Stevenson, tel Main 5815 

American Central Insurance Co. (St. Louis, 
Mo.) Charles Christensen manager, John 
R. Hillman assistant manager, 317 Cali- 
fornia 
" Cling Stone Pitting Co., John A. Ledden 
manager, 504 Kearny, room 4 

American Composition Pipe and Pile Armor 
Co., Eugene F. Badgley president, F. 
Edith Kingsbury secretary, 819 Market, 
room 47 
" Concentrated Must Co., D. Henshaw Ward 
manager and secretary, 508 California, 
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American Condensed Milk Co., 

main ofllce 330 Pine, room 15, tel. 
Main 1610, factory Novato, Marin Co., 
Cal., manufacturers of sweetened and 
unsweetened condensed milk 

American Credit Indemnity Co., E. W. Keeler 
agent, 713 Sutter 
" Directory Co., D. Waide manager, Crocker 
Bldg, room 1 

American District Telegraph, E. F. Weihe 
superintendent, main office 607 Market, 
branch offices '228 California, Market, 
Taylor and Golden Gate Av, Sutter and 
Leavenworth, Valencia and 23d, Cali- 
fornia and Fillmore, Hayes and Larkin, 
W. U. Tel. Co.. Ill Market, NE cor Pine 
and Montgomery, NE cor California and 
Front, C. P. R. R. Bldg, room 18, Baldwin 
Hotel, Palace Hotel, Lick House, Occi- 
dental, The California 

AMERICAN DRUG STORE, 

1002 Market and 3 Eddy 

American Eagle Tobacco Co. The (Detroit, 

Mich.), The Wertheimer Co. agents, 106 

Bush 
American Electrical Works (Providence, R. 

I.), California Electrical Works general 

agents, 35 Market 

AMERICAN EXPORT CO. THE 

(Joyeros al por mayor), exporters of 
gold and plated jewelry, Waltham, 
Elgin and all American watches; 
Emile Hirschfeld manager, rooms 59-60 
Crocker Building, corner Market and 
Montgomery 

American Faucet Co., 16 Chronicle Bldg 

American Fire Engine Co. (Seneca Falls, N. 
Y.), A. L. Fish agent, 59-61, 1st 

American Fire Insurance Co. (of Philadelphia), 
Brown, Craig & Co. general agents, 407- 
409 Montgomery 

American Flower and Decorating Pin Co. 
(John W. Davis and Edward E. Park), 
manufacturers of the "Perfect Flower 
Pin," also pins for decorating and other 
purposes, 317-319 Kearny 

American Foresters' Hall Association, Alcazar 
Bldg, 120 G'Farrell 

AMERICAN FURNITURE CO., 

L. Colombo proprietor. The largest 
stock of furniture, carpets, linoleum, 
stoves, etc., in the city, new and sec- 
ond hand, 1127-1131 Market, between 
7th and 8th 

American Furniture Express Co., 

H. Frosch proprietor. Furniture and 
pianos moved by experienced men 
to all parts of the city and county. 
Goods packed for shipment or stor- 
age ; orders taken for bus rides. Stand 
NW cor Stockton and Geary, office 
210 Powell, tel. Main 872, stables 350, 
12th 
American Glue Co., L. H. Butcher manager, 593 
Mission 

" Hall, NW cor Leavenworth and Pacific 

" House, SE cor 2d and Natoma 

" Import Co. The (incorporated), S. Weil 
president, L. Schwarzschild vice-presi- 
dent, 107 Sansome 

•• Improvement Co. (incorporated), J. W. 
Morshead president, John Heenan sec- 
retary, street-sweeping machinery and 
contractors, 220 Sansome, room 4 

" Indicator Co. The, George W. Reynolds 
manager, 334 Pine, room 7 
American Insurance Co. (Newark, N. J.), Bal- 
four, Guthrie & Co. agents, George W. 
Spencer manager, 323 California 
American Investor (financial monthly). Finance 
Publishing Co. publishers, 15 Mills Bldg, 
5th floor 

" Iron Works, Carah & Bailey proprietors, 
515, 6th 



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American Labor Bureau, Charles T. Dennis 
manager, 210 Powell 
" Land and Trust Co., Charles W. Wright 
president, G. A. M. Wright secretary, 
132 Market, room 23 

American Legion of Honor, 

a fraternal, co-operative, beneficial 
and protective organization; insur- 
ance on assessment plan from $500 to 
$3,000 ; sick benefits from $1 to $10 
per week; guarantee and emergency 
funds amounting to over $600,000 in- 
vested in bonds and deposited with 
the State Treasurer of Massachusetts ; 
surplus divided annually ; C. 0. Burton 
grand secretary, St. Ann's Building, 
6 Eddy 
American Line, New York and Southampton 
(London), Philadelphia and Liverpool, 
G. D. Fahnestock general agent Pacific 
Coast, 609 Market, Grand Hotel Bldg 

" Lodging House, Mrs. R. Constant proprie- 
tor, 777 Market 

" Lucol Co. The, W. P. Fuller & Co. agents, 
SW cor Pine and Front 

" Meter Inspection Co., J. H. Lounge man- 
ager, 632 Market 
American Oil Co., Josiah O. Low president, 

David Low secretary, 14-16 Main 
American Patriot The, George A. Hubbell 
manager and secretary, Academy of 
Sciences Bldg, 819 Market, room 7 
American Porcelanite Co., Frank P. Noble 
manager, 621, 632, 623 Spreckels Bldg 

" Powder Packing Co. (incorporated), W. B. 
Brown president, D. A Jennings secre- 
tary, 401 California, room 14 
American Press Association (general offices 
45-47 Park Place, New York), Warren G. 
Benton resident manager Pacific Coast, 
office 510 Montgomery 
American Protective Association, State Coun- 
cil of, William F. Barnes secretary, 819 
Market, rooms 39-40 

" Publishing Co., C. S. Baillie proprietor, 92 
St. Ann's Bldg 

" Railway Construction and Land Improve- 
ment Co., Francis Bridges president, 
R. P. M. Greeley vice-president, Theo- 
dore Kempert secretary, 10 California, 
room 14 
American Real Estate Investment Union 
(New York), A. M. S. Mayer agent, 216 
Sansome, room 1 

" Refrigerator Transit Co. (St. Louis, Mo.), 
Lyle M. Fletcher general agent, 203 
Front 

" River Land and Lumber Co. 'El Dorado 
Co.), A. J. Ralston president, Joshua 
Barker secretary, Horatio P. Livermore 
general manager, 320 Sansome, room 16 

AMERICAN SALT CO. THE, 

p. Marsicano president, P. H. Coward 
manager, oflBce 217 Sacramento, fac- 
tory Beale St. Wharf, telephone Main 
1983 

American Samson, physician, 405 Kearny, r. 1244 
Mission 

" Securities Co., H. H. Kirby president, S. P. 
Young secretary, 621 Market 

" Steam Laundry, Edward H. Knight pro- 
prietor, 2120 Lombard 

" Sugar Refinery, SW cor Battery and Union 

" Sunday School Union, 735 Market 



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(Of New York), James R. Garniss resi- 
ft dent manager, cnarles A. Shurtleflf 

■3 resident secretary, George L. Seybolt 

H inspector, 219 Sansome, telephone 

Main 5119 
43 American Surgery and Dispensary, Samuel H. 

^ Hall manager, 14 McAllister 

^ American Tobacco Co. Tlie (New York City), 
£ A. Lynds depot manager, 701-703 Front 

S AMERICAN TOOL WORKS, 

t. Eastwood & Wilson proprietors, man- 

g ufacturers well-boring tools, crank 

S5 axles, goose-necks, steel and iron 

shafts ; dredger forging a specialty ; 
109 Mission, telephone Main 5578 
American Tract Society, Luther H. Gary man- 
ager, publishers, booksellers and import- 
■^ ers, 735 Market 

^ American Trading Co. The, importers, expor- 
"* ters and commission merchants, Milton 

H. Morse agent, 112 California 

American Type Founders' Co., 

E. H. Palmer manager, machinists and 
type founders, and dealers presses 
and printers' materials, electrots^pers, 
stereotypers and wood engravers, 
405-407 Sansome 
American Union Fish Co., P. Marsicano presi- 
dent, Charles Dondero secretary, fish 
dealers, 513-519 Washington 
American Varnish Co. The (Chicago), Frank 
H. Lafaille Pacific Coast agent, manu- 
turers varnishes and Japans, 741 Mis- 
sion 
American Whip Co. (Westfield, Mass.), Key- 
ston Brothers agents. 21, 1st 
" Wringer Company, Frank M. Umphred 
general agent, 505 Larkin 
Amerman Henry, teamster Anspacher Bros., r. 
757 Brannan 
" Jacob B., clerk A. J. Leary Co., r. 810 
O'Farrell 
Amerosa Fillipo, laborer, r. 1908 Dupont 
Amerosi Luigi, waiter Delmonte Bros., r. 436 

Broadway 

Ameruzo Francisco, laborer, r. 10 Margaret PI 

" Luigi, vegetable pedler, r. 10 Margaret PI 

Ames Arthur L., waiter George H. Richard, r. 

44, 3d 

" Benjamin F., teamster Henry Cowell & Co., 

r. 541 Stevenson 
" Benjamin F. Jr., carrier postofflce, r. 541 

Stevenson 
'• Benjamin J., grocer, r. 1106 Mason 
•' C, purser str City of Pueblo 
■' Charles L., paper hanger, r. 905 Market 
" Henry, seaman, 28 Sacramento 
Ames Edwin E., manager Studebaker Manufac- 
turing Co., SW cor Market and 10th, r. 
1217 Buchanan 
" Edwin M., salesman Studebaker Bros. 

Mfg. Co., r. 1217 Buchanan 
" Everett, law student Fox & Gray, r. Oak- 
land 
Ames F. H. & Co., Frank H. Ames president, 
Henry Gray secretary, wholesale com- 
mission merchants., 22-24 Luning Bldg. 
Ames Fisher, attorney at law, 220 Sansome, 

rooms 10-12, r. 824 Powell 
Ames Frank H., president F. H. Ames & Co., 
22-24 Luning Bldg, r. 717 Fillmore 
" Frank M. (Duggan & Ames), r. 1024 Clay 



Ames Frank M-, with Nathan, Dohrmann & Co., 

r. 717 Fillmore 
" Fred F., salesman Joseph Fredericks & 

Co., r. 306 Stockton 
Ames George E., agent Union Iron Works, ofBce 

222 Market, r. 3010 Clay 
" George H., clerk Jos. Fredericks & Co., 

r. 706 Grove 
" George S., marine engineer, 9 Mission, r. 

Alameda 
■' Helen G. Miss, librarian Boys' Library and 

Free Reading Room, r. 1504 Pacific Av 
" Henry M. Jr., salesman Miller & Lux, r. 

1033 Laguna 
" Howard C, salesman Studebaker Bros. 

Mfg. Co., r. 44 Oak 
" James H. (Ames & Harris), r. Oakland 
■ Jessie S., widow, r. 1504 Pacific Av 
^' John, bookkeeper, r. 217 Elm Av 
" John F., foreman Ames & Harris, r. Oak- 
land 
•' Joseph v., blacksmith, 2107 Polk, r. 1528 

Pacific Av 
■' Josiah P. (Ames & Harris), r. Oakland 
■' J. Walker, bookkeeper George F. Grant, r. 

1504 PaiCific Av 
" Mary S. Miss, principal Nathaniel Gray 

Free Kindergarten, r. 1,504 Pa ific Av 
" May, stewardess str State of California 
" Nicholas, commission merchant, r. 359 

•' Nicholas C, agent, r. 505 Guerrero 
■' Oscar H., cutter F. Tonner, r. Lorin, Ala- 
meda Co. 
Ames Pelham W., secretary Spring Valley 
Water Works, 516 California, r. 1312 
Taylor 
" Sarah, widow, r. 1106 Mason 
" Simon R., cigars, 908 Valencia, r. ame 
'• William R., brass finisher J. Roylance 

Brass Wks., r. 1504 Pacific Av 
" Worthington, clerk Nevada Bank, r. 1312 
Taylor 
Ames & Harris (J. P. and J. H. Ames and Edwin 
F. Harris), manufacturers bags, tents, 
awnings, and importers bags and bag- 
ging materials, and dealers rubber 
clothing and Tower's oiled clothing, 
100-104 Sacramento and 101-103 Drumm, 
tel Main 349 
Amesbury Milton A., clerk, r. 629 Eddy 
Amette Jean B., barber, 1317 Mission, r. 242, 

8th 
Amey Charles H., plu-rber and gasfitter, 21 

Beale, r. 15151/4 Market 
Amidon Cyrus S., salesman Raphael Weill & 
Co., r. Alameda 
" Frederick, brass finisher Why te & DeRome, 
r. Oak, and 
Amiot Amelie, widow, dressmaker, r. 381 Shot- 
well 
Amiraux G«ller, bookkeeper, r. 2842 Mission 

" Peter, office, 146 Berry, r. 2842 Mission 
Ammann FredericK W., bookkeeper Sachs Bros. 

& Co., r. 1021 Castro 
Amme Henry, clerk H. L. Judell & Co., r. 873'/2 
Market 

AMMERUP G., 

importer and wholesale and retail 
dealer in paints, oils, glass, waU pa- 
per, etc., 1314 Market, r. 312a Turk 

Amner William B., machinist, r. 362i| Clemen- 

t na 
Amneus Charles, bartender F. A. Carlsen, r. 524 
Stevenson 
" Sophia, domestic, 2225 Howard 
Amore Marteg, peddler, r. .540 Green 
Amos B. H., clerk Dunham, Carrigan & Hayden 
Co., r. Berkeley 
" I. H. & Co., manufacturers' agents, 12-14 

Drumm 
" J. D., clerk Goodall, Perkins & Co., r. 2308 

Mis< on 
" J. Philip, receiving teller Hibernia Sav- 
ings and Loan Society, r. 929 Grove 
" Louise I., widow, r. 929 Grove 
" W. H., with Sterling Furniture Co., r. 808 
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Amphlett Richard M., correspondent W. & J. 

Sloane & Co., r. 3333 Clay 
Amrock Patrick J., inotorman Market St. Ry., r. 

118 Sunnyside Av 
Amsbury Susan, widow, r. 217 Page 
Amsel M. B., traveling salesman Will & Flnck 
Co., r. 1015 Market 
" Rosie, widow, r. 463 Stevenson 
Amsler Charles S., sheet-iron worker Ralston & 
Nelson, r. 213 Minerva 
" Grace E., widow, r. 212 Minerva 
" Thomas B., iron worker, r. 212 Minerva 
Amsone Joseph W., painter William R. Eaton, 

r. 1833 Union 
Amstein George W., laundryman Palace Hotel, 
r. 835 Castro 
" Lillian H. Miss, ironer, r. 835 Castro 
Amt Lilienthaler Verein, 620 Bush 
Amuendsen Daniel, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Amundsen Lena S. Miss, clerk general freight 
office S. P. Co., r. 1719 Sutter 
" O., groceries, 253 Clara 
Amy Gustave L., insurance broker and commiS' 
sion merchant, 317 California, r. 34 Ellis 
" Winfield S., bartender Oliver P. Murray, r. 
807 Harrison 
Amyott Charles O., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

16th Av bet H and J 
Anacleto Nicholas, porter Adolph Coleman, r. 

1 Oakland Terrace 
Anam Olof, shoemaker, 942 Harrison 
Anastasse F. Ciecco, paste mixer L. Nunziato 

& Son, r. 1312 Kearny 
Anastasta Giuseppe, barber, r. 1116 Kearny 
Anaya Frank, barber Charles L. Deming, r. 

81314 Greenwich 
Anbak Necokli, watchman, r. 918 Harrison 
Ancel G., employee French Hospital 
Ancell William S., carpenter Union I. Wks., r. 

828 Illinois 
Anchick Elizabeth, widow, r. 1133 Treat Av 
Anchor Pants Co., E. J. Stoltz manager, 26 Mont- 
gomery 
Ancient Order of Foresters, John Falconer per- 
manent secretary, 102 O'Farrell 
Ancient Order of Foresters' Building, 102 

O'Farrell 
Ancient Order of Foresters' Hall Association, 
John Falconer secretary, 102 O'Farrell, 
tel Main 1875 
Ancient Order of United Workmen, David S. 
Hirshberg grand recorder, 66 Flood Bldg 
Ancilla Lima, widow, r. 9 Montgomery Court 
Ancion Hubert, pattern maker S. F. Pattern 

Wks., r. 55 Shipley 
Ancker Abraham, clerk Marks Bros., r. 722 
Golden Gate Av 
" Louis, barber, 1738 Market 
Anconi William, bartender, r. 502 Mason 
Andel Frederick, maltster, r. 328a Shotwell 
Anderberg Marie, domestic, 27 Eureka 
Anderegg Casper, shoemaker, 1512, 20th, r. 1530 

Kentucky, Potrero 
Anderfuren Kate, widow, r. 819, 2Uth 
Anderhalden Joseph, waiter, r. 629 Commercial 
Anderka Andrew, millhand Deming - Palmer 

Milling Co., r. 736 Green 
Anderline Anton, cooper D. Woerner, r. 1323 
Minna 
" Gabriel, cellarman Cal. Wine Assn., r. 
503a 7th 
Anders Albert A., shipping clerk New Home 
Sewmg Machine Co., r. 1234 Mission 
" Frederick E., cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 350, 

3d 
" George, clerk, r. 1234 Mission 
" Jacob, seaman, r. 11 Clay 
Andersen A. C, clerk Risdon I. & L. Wks., r. 
121 Stockton 
" A. C. C, bartender R. J. Techau & Co., r. 

9221/2 Natoma 
" Albert, r. 103, 20th 
" Alfred, tanner, r. 16;^, 24th 
" Alma, domestic, 114 Waller 
" Andrew, laborer, r. Anderson nr Old Hick- 
ory 
" Andrew, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
" Barney A., dyer, r. 128 Dorland 
'■ Bertha M., widow, r. 138 Lombard 



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Andersen C, motorman Market St. Ry., r. 1434 

Kentucky 
" Carl, druggist, 1722 Howard 
" Carl, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
" Charles, r. 103, 20th 
" Charles, cellarman Ben Lomond Wine Co., 

r. 514 Fulton 
" Charles, messman str Progreso 
" Charles O., master mariner, r. 22 Sacra- 
mento 
" C. Henry, cook F. Rakeman, r. 2018 Filbert 

rear 
" Christian, painter, r. 334, 3d rear 
" Christian, machinist Risdon I. & L.Wks., 

r. 437 O'Farrell 
" Christian, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
" Christian, waiter C. G. Larsen, r. 617 Geary 

rear 
" Christina, widow, r. 103, 20th 
" Cornelius, feeder Galloway Lith. Co., r. 138 

Lombard 
" E. J., journalist Chronicle, r. 933 Sutter 
" Edward, cigars and tobacco, 305 East 

North, r. East Berkeley 
" Ella Miss, dressmaking, 724 Franklin 
" Frederick M., stickerhand Charles M. 

Depew Planing Mill Co., r. 306 Fell 
" George, bottler D. Meinke, r. 2435 Folsom 
" Gotfried, engineer, r. I6V2. 24th 
" Gustave, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
" Hans E., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

10051/2 Sierra 
" Hans P., house painter, r. 831 Hampshire 
" Harald (Andersen & Danielsen), r. 2925 

Sacramento 
" Harold B., pressman Galloway Lith. Co., 

r. 138 Lombard 
" Helen, domestic, 2524 Market 
" Henry, compositor Scandinavian Pub. Co., 

r. 207 Washington 
" Henry, laborer Western Sugar Refinery, r. 

1017/2 York 
" Henry, waiter Turk St. Hotel 
" Hilda, domestic, 613 Ellis 
" Ingeburg, domestic, 6 South Broderick 
" James, bartender Alexander Olson, r. 454 

Main 
Andersen John, native wines and brandies, 427 

California 
" John, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
" John M., clerk, r. 22 Turk 
" Julia, widow, r. 1114 Elm Av 
" Julius F., locksmith, r. 1209 Florida 
" Lottie, domestic, 900 Guerrero 
" Louis, boxmaker Cal. Italian Paste Co., r. 

147 Dora 
" Mads, driver, r. 227, 2d 
" Martin, bartender Niels P. Larsen, r. 227 

Harrison 
" Martin, seaman, r. 160 Steuart 
" Nels, cigars and tobacco, 151, 5th, r. 907 

Howard 
" Nils (Andersen & Christiansen), r. 1223 

Steiner 
" Olof, master schr Esther Buhne, office 22 

Market, r. East Oakland 
" P., 3d officer str Australia 
" Paul, copk C. G. Larsen, r. 148 Perry 
" Peter, bartender, r. 160 Steuart 
" Peter, peddler, r. 927 Minna 
" Rasmus (Larsen & Andersen), r. 907 How- 
ard 
" Samuel, porter L. Melchior, r. 1530a Ken- 
tucky 
" Samuel, seaman, r. 5 Commercial 
" Theodore, marine engineer, r. 31 Broadway 



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Andersen Thomas, bartender C. O. Holmberg, r. 
30 Ritch 

" Victor, laborer, r. 48 Sacramento 

" & Christiansen (Nils Andersen and Theo- 
dore Christiansen), fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 1223 Stelner and 714 Point Lobos 
Av 

" & Danielsen (Harald Andersen and Peter 

Danielsen), paper hangers, 635 California 

*i^ Andersen. See Anderson, Andresen and 

Enderson 
Anderson A., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 3106 
California 

" A., cook, r. 537 Sacramento 

" A., 1st officer str Bay City 

" Abraham, carpenter, r. 829, 15th 

" A. C. & Co. (John C. and A. C. Boysen An- 
derson) groceries and general merchan- 
dise, NW cor Sanchez and 29th 

" A. C. Boysen (A. C. Anderson & Co.) r. 1536 
Sanchez 

" Adolph, gripman Cal. St. RR, r. 1810 Devis- 
adero 

" Adolph, liquors, 743, 7th Av 

■' Adolph, ironer La Grande Laundry, r. 1013 
Minna 

" Adolph. rawhide finisher, r. 331, 6th 

■' Adolph L., liquors, 635 (523) Jackson, r. 231 
Montgomery Av 

" A. F., marine engineer, 9 Mission, r. Ala- 
meda 

" Albert (Schrader & Co.), r. 1443, 23d 

•' Albert, foreman Schussler Bros., r. 820 
Grove 

■' Albert, helper William A. Schrock 

■ Albert, lithographer Bosqui Engraving and 

Printing Co., r. 1.38 Lombard 
■' Albert, pressman John F. Anderson, r. 337 

Eddy 
•■ Albert, seaman, r. 201 Steuart 

■ Albert, waiter, r. 933 Mission 

■ Albert, waiter, r 1200 Kearny 

■' Albert G., foreman Schussler Bros., r. 820 

Grove 
■' Albert v., clerk, r. 2112 Howard 

• Alexander, bartender Olson & Anderson, r. 

5261/2 Pacific 
■' Alexander, carpenter, r. 126, 5th 

■ Alexander, teamster A.J.Wilson, r. 2317 

Pine 
" Alexander R., liquors. 900 Kearny 

• Alfred, barkeeper E. Joullin, r. 5191/2 Stev- 

enson 
" Alfred, carpenter, r. Brewster nr Faith 
■' Alfred, seaman, r. 15 Rlncon Av 
•' Alfred, tanner, r. San Bruno Av opp loth 

Av 
" Alfred E., bookkeeper Cal. Trans. Co., r. 

2938 Howard 

• Alfred F., laborer, r. 118 Perry 

" Alfred P., bookkeeper, r. 232, 5th 

'■ Alice Miss, cashier, r. 226 CoUingwood 

" Allan M., carpenter, r. 700 Eddy 

" Andreas M., marine fireman, r. 409, 1st 

" Andrew (Olson & Anderson), r. 528 Pacific 

•• Andrew, teamster South S. F. Tannery, r. 

cor 15th Av and San Bruno Road 
■• Andrew, basket maker Westpn Basket and 

Mfg. Co., r. 670 Bryant 
" Andrew, boat builder John H. Burns, r. 553 

4th 
•' Andrew cabinet maker, 519'/^ Stevenson 

• Andrew, carpetman Occidental Hotel 

■• Andrew, deckhand str Piedmont, r. Oak- 
land 
" Andrew, groceries, 1501 Leavenworth 



Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 967 Mission 

" Andrew, lumberman, r. 444 Brannan 

" Andrew, machinist, r. 490, 8th 

" Andrew, master mariner, 9 Mission, r. West 
Berkeley 

" Andrew, paper hanger, r. 504 Natoma 

" Andrew, pressman C. A. Murdock & Co., r. 
1310 Vallejo 

" Andrew, proprietor Southern Pacific Res- 
taurant, 638-642. 4th, r. 497, 4th 

" Andrew, 2d mate brig William G. Irwin 

" Andrew, tailor, r. 1921 San Carlos Av 

" Andrew, tailor, r. 1403 Montgomery 

" Andrew, teamster N. Ohlandt & Co., r. cor 
25th and Indiana 
Anderson Andrew, vice-president Lewis, An- 
derson & Co.. 26 East and vice-president 
and treasurer Alma Gold Mining Co., 9 
Mission, r. 119 Capp 

" Andrew C, barber, 719 Montgomery Av, 
r. 7111/2 Filbert 

■' Andrew C, laborer, r. 179 Clara 

" Andrew H., r. 322, 3d 

■' Andrew P.. machinist Golden State and 
Miners' Iron Wks., r. 506 Sanchez 

" Andrew P., rigger, r. 432^ Tehama 

^' Andrew V., mate str South Coast, r. 6 
Howard 

" Anna, domestic, 814 Waller 

" Annie, widow, r. 23d bet Douglass and Hoff- 
man Av 

" Annie Miss, glove maker, r. 133 Diamond 

" Annie, domestic, 320, 17th 

■' Anton, cook tug Hercules, r. 544A Mission 

" Antone, laborer, r. 312 Louisiana 

" Antone, oysterman Carl Boge, r. 1628 Clay 

^' Antone S., conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. lOia 
Geary 

■' A. O., master mariner, 9 Mission, r. Ala- 
meda 

•' Arthur, driver U. S. Laundry, r. 125 Va- 
lencia 

•' Arthur E., carpenter, r. 829, 15th 

•' Arthur S., livery stable, 107-109 New Mont- 
gomery, r. 529 Fell 

" August, carpenter, r. Croce nr Mission 

" August, cement worker, r. 115i/4, 11th 

■' August, master mariner, 9 Mission, r. Ala- 
meda 
■ August, oysterman, r. 1233^ Vallejo 

" August, seaman, r. 6 Everett rear 

•' August, shoemaker, r. 133, 24th 

■' August, tailor, 254 Jessie 

" August, tailor, r. 629 Stevenson 

•' August W., groceries, 716 Brannan 

' Axel, stevedore, r. 23 Stanford 

" Axel, tanner C.G.Bennett & Co., r. I6i^,24th 

■' Axel J., shoemaker, 1225b Pacific 

" Axil P., seaman, r. 3208 Steiner 

" A. W., electrician str Peru 

•' B., r. 326 Pacific 

" B., laborer Pac. Roll. Mill 

■' B. A., pressor Hudson River Dyeing and 
Cleaning Wks., r. 128 Dorland 

" B. E., master mariner, 9 Mission, r. 253 
Steuart 

" Belle Miss, housemaid, r. 427 Chestnut 

" Benjt, tanner Hextrum & Anderson, r. 103 
Nevada 

•' Benjamin, laborer, r. 553, 1th 

" Bernard, rigger, r. 14 Michigan 

" Bernard, seaman, r. 345c Beale 

•• B. J., laborer Pac. Roll. Mill 

" Brothers (William B. and Richard K.), con- 
tractors and builders, 407 McAllister 

" Brothers (Hjalmar E. and Olof A.), house 
and sign painters and contractors, 1529 
Mission 

" Brothers (John and George A.), wood and 
coal, 361 Brannan 

■' C, engineer Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., r. 
29 Vandewater 

" Carl, coachman 1743 Franklin 

" Carl, tanner South S. F. Tannery, r. cor San 
Bruno Road and 15th Av 

" Carl A. Rev., pastor First Swedish Method- 
ist Episcopal Church, r. 126, 13th 

" Carl Rev., pastor Swedish Congregational 
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Anderson Caroline, widow, restaurant and liq- 
uors, .523 East, r. 603 East 
" Caroline, restaurant, r. 603 East 
" Cecilia, widow, r. 231 Mason 
" Cecilia I., domestic, 2522 Market 
" C. G., seaman str Areata 
" C. H., master strProgreso, r. 121 Francisco 
" Charles, r. 254 Minna 
■' Charles, r. 321 Stockton 
" Charles, bricklayer, r. 110 St. Rose's Av 
" Charles, clerk, r. 439 Jessie 
" Charles, cook Oflermann & Rohde, r. 437'/4, 

4th 
" Charles, fireman, r. 43314 Tehama 
" Charles, fisherman, r. 3 East 
" Charles, house mover, r. 253 Minna 
" Charles, laborer, r. 18 Bernard 
" Charles, laborer, r. 210 Ritch rear 
" Charles, laborer, r. 1330, 26th 
" Charles, laborer J. W. Ferris, r. 1 Rivoli Av 
" Charles, laborer S. P. Co., r. Oakland 
" Charles, laborer South San Francisco Tan- 
nery 
" Charles, laundryman, r. 23V4 Sycamore Av 
" Charles, longshoreman, r. 106 Greenwich 
" Charles, longshoremen, r. 309 Fremont 
" Charles, oyster tonger M. B. Moraghan, r. 

Burling'ame 
" Charles, seaman, r. 23 Harriet 
" Charles, seaman, r. 28 Sacramento 
" Charles, seaman, r. 31 Broadway 
" Charles, seaman, r. 100!^ Jackson 
" Charles, seaman, r. 320;^ Ritch 
" Charles, seaman, r. 411 Bryant 
" Charles, seaman, r. 700 Front 
" Charles, sweeper Harbor Commissioners 
" Charles, waiter, r. 1200 Kearny 
" Charles, night watchman O. R. &N. Co., 

r. Berkeley 
" Charles, with Cal. Elec. Wks., r. 23 Perry 
" Charles Jr., laborer, r. 1330, 26th 
" Charles A., bartender John Andersen, r. 

266 Minna 
" Charles A., carpenter, r. 927Vi, 14th 
" Charles A., carpenter, r. 1010^4 Alabama 
" Charles A., 1st officer str National City, r. 

1121'^ Alabama 
" Charles A., helper Wm. H. Birch & Co., r. 

14 Washington 
" Charles A., undertaker Lipman & Godeau, 

r. 336 Sutter 
" Charles C, cabinet maker, r. 11.58 Mission 
" Charles C, salesman Stulz Bros., r. 2424 

Sacramento 
" Charles E., secretary, 31 Mills Bldg, 10th 

floor, r. 1025Devisadero 
" Charles E., bakery, notions and stationery. 

1219 Scott 
" Charles E., laborer, r. 409, 1st 
Anderson Charles E., plumber, 1616 Polk, r. 2.35 

Chattanooga 
" Charles E., receiving clerk J. A. Folger & 

Co., r. 2113 Howard 
" Charles E., tallsw works, 31st Av South 

nr H., r. 1521 19th.Av South 
" Charles F., engineer, r. 537, 5th 
" Charles H., locksmith P. C. S. S. Co. 
" Charles H., house and sign painter, 2128 

Fillmore, r. 2510 Pine 
" Charles H. L., laundryman American 

Steam Laundry, r. NE cor Fillmore and 

Chestnut 
" Charles J., liquors, 515>i East, r. 12 Wash- 
ington 
" Charles J., plumber Taylor, Adams & 

Pritchard, r. 608 Douglass 
" Charles J., tailor, 432 Montgomery, r. Mill 

Valley 
" Charles O., mate bkt. Topgallant 
" Charles S., cook, r. 415!^ Natoma 
" Charles S., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

934 Minnesota 
" Charles T., engineer Ballard & Hall, r. 

NW cor 5th and Bluxome 
•' Charlotte, domestic. 1521 Jackson 
" Chris, clerk Montgomery's Hotel 
" Christian, r. 92214 Natoma 
" Christian, porter, r. Kansas nr 24th 
" Christian, tool sharpener, r. 608, 6th 




Anderson Christina, domestic, 323 Hill 
" Christina, domestic, 1101 California 
" Christina Miss, cigar maker, r. 836 Mission 
" Christopher, carriage and wagon manu- 
facturer; 415, 6th 
" Clara, widow, r. 405 Greenwich 
" Clara Miss, surgical bandage maker C. 

Hoult & Co. 
" Cornelius, carpenter J. Pattinson, r. 3 

Elliott Park 
" C. R., waiter, r. 503 Folsom 
" David E., restaurant, 1934 Market, r. 1926 

Market 
" David, seaman, r. 3814 Washington 
" E., cook The Oberon, r. Hamburger Hotel 
" E., machinist Pac. Roll. Mill 
" Edith C. Miss, r. 121 Stockton 
" Edward, carriage painter, r. 1013 Mission 
" Edward, gripman Cal. St. RR. r. 1334 Pine 
" Edward, master mariner, r. 103 Butte 
" Edward, motorman Market St. Ry., r. ia5'4 

Sierra 
" Edward, purser, r. 6 Middle 
" Edward, seaman, r. 10 Jackson 
" Edward, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
" Edward, tailor W. H. Ramsey, r. 213 Ala- 
bama 
" Edward, tanner C. G. Bennett & Co., r. laS 

Nevada 
" Edward B., printer, r. 4 Tonningsen PI 
" Edward J., broom maker Cal. Broom Mfg. 

Co., r. 634 Jersey 
" Edwin, deckhand str Tiburon, r. Tiburon 
" Elias, teamster Olof Wilson, r. 409, 5t.h 
" Emanuel, carpenter, r. 21'^ Pond 
" Emil, deckhand, r. 8 Jackson 
" Emil, pipefitter, r. 513 Connecticut 
" Emil, seaman, r. 346, 4th 
" Emil, seaman, r. 739, 4th 
' ' Emil C. , bookkeeper Blake, Moffi tt & Towne, 

r. 2113 Howard 
" Emma, widow, r. 1833 Market 
" Ernest E., tailor, r. 5 Lily Terrace 
" F., steward str Santa Rosa 
" F. Chester, clerk Chronicle, r. 1025 Devis- 

adero 
" Frank, baker, r. 763 Howard 
" Frank, conductor California St. RR, r. 1627 

Polk 
" Frank, laborer, r. 9 Stephen's Court 
" Frank, mate bkt Mercury 
" Frank, painter Callaghan & Bundesen 
" Frank, printer, r. 335 Eddy 
" Frank, sailmaker, r. 304 Jackson 
" Frank, seaman, r. 19 Steuart 
" Frank L., harness maker, r. ,539 Minna 
" Frank X., waiter, r. ,337 Jessie 
" Frederick, assistant engineer str Newark, 

r. Oakland 
" Frederick, carpenter Robinson & Gillespie, 

r. Oakland 
" Frederick, chief engineer str Modoc, r. 

Oakland 
" Frederick, cook, r. ia5 Folsom 
" Frederick, laborer, r. 43 South Park 
•' Frederick, master mariner, 9 Mission, r. 

311% Bryant 
" Frederick, oyster tonger M. B. Moraghan, 

r. Millbrae 
" Frederick, shoemaker, r. 6 Jane PI 
" Frederick, stevedore, r. 108 Francisco 
" Frederick, steward, r. 408 Pacific 
" Frederick, teamster C. E. Anderson, r. 1521. 

19th Av South 
'• Frederick A., merchant, r. 205 Chattanooga 
" George, r. 25 Tilden 



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Anderson George, butcher, r. 9Q2Vi Filbert 

" George, electrician, r. 816, 15th 

" George, helper Fulton Eng. & Ship Bldg. 
Wks., r. Jefferson Hotel 

" George, porter, r. 715 Howard 

" George, metal worker Pao. Metal Wks., r. 
Alameda 

" George A. (Anderson Bros.), r. 361 Brannan 

" George A., helper Risdon I. & L. Wks. 

■• George A., policeman, r. 739 Green 

" George C. B., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co.. 
r. 554 Church 

" George H., laborer, r. 37 Minna 

" George M., compositor Roberts Printing 
Co., r. 825 Mission 

" George M., master schr Hera, ofiQce 40 Cali- 
fornia, room 3, r. 327 Jersey 

" George W. (G. W. Anderson & Co.), r. Oak- 
land 

" George W., plumber, r. 608 Douglass 

" George W., pressman Hans Anderson, r. 
820 Elizabeth 

" Gottfred, tanner C. G. Bennett & Co., r. 
16!4,24th 

" Gus, deckhand str Transit, r. Fruitvale 

" Gus, oyster packer, r. 26 Zoe 

" Gust, seaman, r. 409 Drumm 

'■ Gusta, widow, furnished rooms, 544a Mis- 
sion 

" Gustaf R., baker, r. 748!4 Harrison 

" Gustav, deckhand str Encinal, r. Alameda 

" Gustav, fireman str Greenwood 

" Gustav, hostler J. W. Morshead & Son, r. 
20 Clay 

" Gustav, laborer, r. 2 Natoma 

" Gustav, laborer The Norton Tanning Co., 
r. Railroad Av bet 5th and 6th Avs South 

" Gustav, master mariner, 9 Mission, r. 227 
Harrison 

" Gustav, proprietor Central Lodging House, 
52, 2d 

" Gustav, wood and coal, 446, 6th, r. 30»4 
Stanly PI 

" Gustav N., second officer str Bay City, r. 2 
Washington 

" Gustave, clerk Andrew Anderson, r. 497, 4th 

" Gustave, laborer, r. NE cor Napa and 
Louisiana 

" Gustave, lodgings, 52, 2d 

" Gustave, seaman, r. 613, 2d 

" Gustave, waiter W. F. Weber, r. 748 Har- 
rison 

" Gustave E. F., physician, 322 O'Farrell 
Anderson G. W. & Co. (George W. Anderson), 
proprietors Anderson's Oakland, San 
Francisco and Mills Seminary Express, 
323 East North 

■' H. & Co. (Henry P. Anderson and Albert 
Wittenhagen), ship carpenters, 9th Av 
South nr H 

" Halvor, surfman South Side U. S. Life 
Saving Station 

" Hans, tailor, 373 Natoma, r. 820 Eliztibeth 

" Hans C, cabinet maker West Coast Furni- 
ture Co., r. 147 Dore 

" Hans P., tailor, r. 334, 3d rear 

" Harry, clerk, r. 5071/2, 20th 

" Harry, cook, r. 7 Pixley 

" Harry, teacher music, "r. 912 Pacific 

' ' Harry A. , bookkeeper Witzemann & Staiger, 
r. 119Capp 

" Harry A., carrier postoffice, r. 2731 Bryant 
Av 

" Harry E., liquors, r. 132, 7th 

" Harvey D., wood and coal, 804 Montgomery 
Av, r. 1046 Mission 



Anderson Helen M., teacher music, r. 15 Guerrero 
" Henry, helper William F. Wilson, r. 2018« 

Filbert 
Henry, cabinet maker August Wolf 
Henry, cook, r. 510 Stockton 
Henry, machinist Fulton Eng. & Ship 

Bldg. Wks., r. 731 Douglass 
Henry, master mariner str Progreso, r. 

121 Francisco 
Henry, photographer, r. 8 Day 
Henry, seaman, r. 13 Rincon Av 
Henry, seaman, r. 528^/^ Bryant 
Henry G. , bookkeeper W. & J . Sloane & Co. , 

r. 14 Hartford 
Henry H., machinist, r. 608 Douglass 
Henry J., engineer str Bay City, r. Oakland 
Henry P. (H. Anderson & Co.), r. 9th Av 

South nr H 
Henry R., painter, r. 322, 3d 
Herbert A., millhand, r. 2826 Howard 
Herman, laborer sugar refinery, r. 287 Iowa 
Herman, lumberman E. K. Wood Lumber 

Co., r. 340 Bryant 
Herman, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Hezekiah, horse trainer, r. 721, 7th Av 
H. F., finisher I. L. Solomon &Co.,r. 10 

Mint Av 
Hilda Mrs., costumer, 121 Stockton 
Hjalmar, tanner, r. 23d bet Vermont and 

Kansas, Potrero 
Hjalmar (Hextrum & Anderson), r. 103 

Nevada 
Hjalmar E. (Anderson Brothers), r. 1529 

Mission 
Holger, cook, r. 739, 4th 
Hugh, cooper, r. 6th Av South nr K 
Isaac, architect, 19 Mills Bldg, 9th floor 
Isaac, capitalist, r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Isaac, deckhand str Herald 
Jacob H. v., foreman S. H. Harmon Lum- 
ber Co., r. 313 Castro 
Jacob R., clerk Henry C. G. Wiebusch, r. 

802, 17th 
James (Anderson & Hakanson), r. 631 Jack- 
son 
James, assistant keeper East Brothers 

Light Station 
James, clerk freight auditor's dept. S. P. 

Co., r. 910 Valencia 
James, cooper, r. 444, 6th 
James, furniture, 1121 Market, r. 109, 8th 
James, helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., r. 16 

Natoma 
James, ship carpenter, r. 125, 22d 
James, shoemaker, 611 Laguna 
James, teamster Dupont Powder Co., r. 412, 

10th 
James, waiter, r. 256'^ Jessie 
James Mrs., widow, r. 192 Buchanan 
James A., r. 3208 Steiner rear 
James A., machinist, r. 31 Madison Av 
Anderson James H., chief clerk Louis L. Brom- 

well and secretary California Insurance 

Co., 410 California, r. 2661 Howard 
James H., policeman, r. 2662 Folsom 
James J., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 544 

Lott 
Janet H. Miss, teacher Emerson Primary 

School, r. 1921 Buchanan 
J. E., carriage painter, 3011 Mission 
Jeannette G. Miss, teacher Broadway 

Grammar School, r. 15 Guerrero 
" Jennie, widow, r. 31 Madison Av 
Anderson Jerome A., physician and surgeon 

and president Pacific Coast Theosophi- 

cal Corporation, 9 Donohoe Bldg, r. 10.39 

20th 
J. M. Mrs., r. 825 Mission 
Johanna, widow, r. 2 Beale PI 
John, r. 716 Montgomery 
John, bartender, r. 515 Kearny 
John, bartender People's Palace 
John, bartender Kistenmacher Bros., r. 97 

Steuart 
John, carpenter, r. 102 Hoffman Av 
John, carpenter, r. 2408 Yolo 
John, clerk, r. 24 Bernard 
John, cook George Spencer, r. 863'/i Market 
John, cooper Cal. Wine Assn 



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Anderson John, engineer, r. 10 Oak Grove Av 
" John, engineer Downie Boiler I. P. Co., 42, 

2d 
" John, fireman str Bay City, r. Oalsland 
" John, foreman P. C. S. S. Co., r. 387 Palmer 
" John, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 1817 Lyon 
" John, house mover Olof Wilson, r. 409, 5th 
" John, laborer, r. 2623 Sutter 
" John, laborer Martin Holje, r. 2408 Yolo 
" John, janitor Murphy Bldg 
" John, liquors, 212 Townsend 
" John, longshoreman, r. 260!^ Tehama 
" John, marine engineer, 9 Mission, r. Oak- 
land 
" John, master schr Charles E. Falk, office 

pier 4 Steuart, r. 930 Pacific 
" John, master mariner, r. 95 Steuart 
" John, pipe fitter, r. NE cor Pennsylvania 

Av nr Butte 
" John, porter Moore, Hunt & Co , r. 716 

Montgomery 
" John, porter O. B. Smith & Co., r. Oakland 
" John, proprietor Union Hotel, 212 Michigan 
" John, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
" John, seaman, r. 160 Steuart 
" John, seaman, r. 217i4 Perry 
" John, seaman, r. 222i/4 Ritch 
" John, seaman, r. 328 Drumm 
" John, seaman, r. 414 Folsom 
" John, seaman, r. 543 Howard 
" John, shoemaker, 1515 Steiner 
" John, traveling salesman, r. 153 Dore 
" John, tailor, r. 428 Vallejo 
" John, waiter Sailors' Home 
" John, waiter, r. 823 Jackson 
" John A., cook, r. 320 Cortland Av 
" John A., driver White Star Laundry Co., r. 

9 Cohen PI 
" John A., seaman, r. 204 Steuart 
" John A., wiper Mills Bldg, r. 10 Oak Grove 

Av 
" John C. (A. C. Anderson & Co.), r. 1536 

Sanchez 
" John C, bartender Tietjen & Schwerin, r. 

605 Broadway 
" John C, clerk, r. 1921 Buchanan 
" John C, helper Union I. Wks., r. 537 Con- 
necticut 
" John E., seaman, r. 416, 28th 
" John E., tailor, 6!^ Golden Gate Av rear 
" John E., waiter, r. 520b Turk 
" John F., bill clerk S. H. Frank & Co., r. 2112 

Howard 
" John F., captain of watch P. M. S. S. Co's 

wharf, r. Oakland 
'■ John F., cement worker, r. 127, 2d 
" John F., printer, 213 Eddy, r. 337 Eddy 
" John H., seaman, r. 6 Howard 
" John J., conductor, r. 544 Lott 
" John L. (Anderson Bros.), r. 361 Brannan 
" John McC, r. 1919 Webster 
" John N., laborer, r. Nebraska bet Butte and 

Mariposa 
" John P., gripman Market St. Ry., r. 2022 

McAllister 
" John P., tailor, r. 769 Market 
" John T., stevedore, r. 22 Harriet 
" John W., chief engineer Merchants' Ice and 

Cold Storage Co., r. 506 California Av 
" John W., glove cutter F. G. Conklin & Co., 

r. 820 Elizabeth 
" Jonathan, carpenter, r. 424 Jersey 
" Joseph, bartender Adolph L. Anderson, r. 

816 Montgomery 
" Joseph G., bootblack, SW cor Mission and 

2d, r. 75 Jessie 
" J. P., coppersmith, r. 524 Napa 
" J. Stewart, bootblack, 107 Powell, r. 920 

Washington 
" Julius, carpenter and builder, 1740 Market. 

r. 336, 27th 
" Julius, electrician, r. 901 Folsom 
" Julius C, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 1405, 6th 

Av 
" J. W., packer clothing and equipage depot 

quartermaster's dept. U. S. A., r. 134, 4th 
" L. A., r. 3662 Folsom 
" Lars, cigars and tobacco, 625 Union 
" Lars P., shoe manufacturer, 214 Minna 



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Anderson Len, deckhand str Sausalito 
" Lena Miss, manager wholesale dept. Ches- 
ter F. Wright, r. 2013 Folsom 
Lewis, blacksmith, r. 1501 Leavenworth 
Lewis, blacksmith, 1504 Vallejo, r. 1313 

Jackson 
Lilburn B., clerk U. S. Customs, r. 1306% 

Jackson 
Lois S., widow, r. 15 Guerrero 
Lorenzo, r. IOOIV2 Natoma 
Lottie, widow, r. 7 Grant Alley 
Louis, butcher J. J. Looney, r. 532^4 Har- 
rison 
Louis, coalpasser revenue str Bear 
Louis, seaman, r. 749 Howard 
Louis, tanner C. G. Bennett & Co., r. 18th 

Av nr Railroad Av 
Louis L., gripman Cal. St. RR, r. 4 Cedar 

Av 
Louisa Mrs., r. 1515 Mission 
M., 1st officer U. S. Lighthouse tender 

Madrona 
M., teamster, r. 209 Leidesdorff 
M. Miss, saleslady Hale Bros., r. 119 Capp 
M. A., master str Lakme, r. East Oakland 
Magnus, cooper Cal. Wine Assn., r. 106 

Minna 
Marcellus O., sergeant police, r. 427 Fre- 
mont 
Marcus, policeman, r. 803 Lott 
Marquet, master mariner, 9 Mission 
Marie, domestic, 137 Haight 
Martha, domestic, 702 Dolores 
Martin, carpenter, r. 10 Alaska PI 
Martin, 1st officer str San Joaquin No. 4, 

r. 308, 10th 
Martin, hostler J. W. Morshead & Son, r. 

33 Lewis PI 
Martin, longshoreman, r. 327 Beale 
Martin, marine fireman, r. 534, 2d 
Martin, oiler str Washtenaw 
Martin, tanner Poetsch & Peterson, r. Army 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Martin Mrs., r. 533a Haight 
Martin C, bartender, r. 56414 Bryant 
Mary, widow, r. 33a Kis sling 
Mary, widow, r. 1202 Mission 
Mary, domestic, 1330 Jack on 
Mary Mrs., lodgings, 3 Washington 
Mary A., widow, r. 1304 Vallejo 
Mathias C, motorman, r. 1434 Kentucky 
Maurice, r. 757 Harrison 
Mauritz, cigars, r. 739, 4th 
Michael, ship carpenter, r. 1134 Iowa 
Nathan D., attorney at law, 601 Spreckels 
Bldg 

" Neil, fruit packer, r. 8 Sheridan 
Anderson Nels, secretary California Transpor- 
tation Co.. office Jackson St. Wharf 
(Pier 5), r. 3826 Howard 
-" Nelson, plumber Quinn & Pollock, r. 1501 
Leavenworth 
" Nicholas, waiter, r. 159 Minna 
" Nicholas C, paper hanger, r. 412^4 Fell 
" Niels A., tailor, r. 629 Stevenson 
" O., mariner, r. 737 Howard 
" Ole, carpenter, r. 628 Andover Av 
" Ole, chief engineer str Oakland, r. Oakland 
" Ole, foreman wood finisher S. F. Furniture 

Mfg. Co., r. 783 Mission 
" Oliver, laborer South S. F. Tannery, r. 17th 

Av South nr L 
" Ollie, carpenter, r. 783 Folsom 
" Olaf, fireman U. S. str Albatross 
" Olof, laborer, r. 119 Gilbert rear 
" Olof, laborer, r. Bradford nr Powhattan 



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Anderson Olof A. (Anderson Bros.), r. 1529 Mis- 
sion 

" Olof G., seaman, r. 548 Bryant 
■ Oscar, r. 219 Golden Gate Av 

" Oscar, clerk str Constance, r. 2228 Pine 

" Oscar, hostler Thomas Kelly & Sons,r. 1517 
Ellis 

" Oscar, laborer, r. 8 Jackson 

•' Oscar, tailor, TlSVa Bush 

" Oscar A., ironworker Union I. Wks., r. 
East Av, Holly Park 

" Oscar O., master schr Edward Parke, office 
34 Luning Bldg, r. 2228 Pine 

" Osmer W., elevator Crocker Building, r. 2<i 
Rausch 

■• Otto, night watchman Sailors' Home 

■• Otto E., stickerhand Charles M. Depew 
Planing Mill Co.. r. Oakland 

" Otto F., r. E s Kentucky bet Sierra and 
Nevada 

" Otto H., finisher John Hoey, r. 330 Minna 

" Patrick, fireman str Piedmont, r. Oakland 

" Paul, baker, r. 625 Clay 

" Perry, hostler D. Morrison, r. 308, 18th 

" Peter, baker Hermann Lemmermann, r. 
650, 4th 

" Peter, bartender P. Anderson, r.2013Folsom 

" Peter, clerk Overland House 

'• Peter, deckhand str Sausalito 

•' Peter, dishwasher Henry Diers, r. 430 
O'Farrell 

" Peter, engineer Gray Bros. 

" Peter, engineer tugboat Liberty, r. 915 
Battery 

" Peter, groceries and liquors, 432 Brannan 

•• Peter, laborer, r. 650, 4th 

" Peter, proprietor Hermann House. 2013 
Folsom 

'• Peter, seaman, r. 28 Sacramento 

" Peter, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 

" Peter, seaman, r. 1003 Battery 

'■ Peter, tallow maker Cal. Tallow Wks., 6th 
Av South nr L 

•■ Peter, washer S. F. Laundry 

" Peter A., blacksmith, r. 3210 Steiner 

" Peter A., seaman, r. 1003 Battery 

" Peter B., painter, r. 308 Guerrero 

" Peter C, car washer, r. Maple nr Jackson 

" Peter E., cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 5th Av 
bet I and J 

'■ Peter M., master str Transit, office 55 Mis- 
sion, r. 22 Oak Grove Av 

'■ Phillip, laborer, r. 113, 26th 
Anderson Preserving Co. (Camden, N. J.), F. S. 
Greenlee agent, 203 Front 

'• Ralph, conductor S. P. Co., r. 530. 3d 

'• Reinhold L., lunch supplies, 9 Park Av, r. 
100 McAllister 

'• Richard, cook. r. 206, 4th 

• Richard K. (Anderson Bros.), r. 1225 Ne- 
braska 

" Richard N., bartender Harlow & Mon- 
tenegro 

■• Robert, carpenter, r. 24 Bernard 

'■ Robert A., passepartout maker Schussler 
Bros., r. 418 Ellis 

'■ Robert, Jr., baker, r. 24 Bernard 

•' Robert J., r. 4714 Clara 

- Robert S., principal Anderson's College 
and Normal School, r. 3142, 16th 

■■ Robert W., master str Empire, r. 608 Doug- 
lass 

" Roy R., spice mixer, r. 205 Chattanooga 

•• Samuel, seaman str Noyo 

•■ Samuel, surf man Golden Gate Life Saving 
Station 



Anderson Samuel, tailor, r. 1516 Hyde 
" Samuel C, grinder Cal. Saw Wks., r. Oak- 
land 
■• Sarah J., widow, r. 2661 Howard 
" Sophie, domestic, 2235 Washington 
" Stephen, seaman, r. 14 Washington 
" Stewart, bootblack, r. 4 Scheerer 
•' Swan, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 74 Cali- 
fornia Av 
" Swan A., painter, r. 114 McAllister 
'• Stewart M., cashier ins. dept. Balfour, 

Guthrie &Co., r. Sausalito 
" Theodore, r. 650, 4th 
" Theodore, iceman, r. 741 Filbert 
" Theodore, laborer, r. 26 Gilbert 
■' Theodore, seaman, r. 120 Howard 
■' Thomas, r. 33 Louisa 
" Thomas, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 3247 

Mission 
" Thomas, electrician Cal. Electric Supply 

and Cons. Co., r. 702, 24th 
■• Thomas, marine engineer, 9 Mission, r. 

Oakland 
" Thomas, miner, r. 715 Howard 
Anderson Thomas, president Seg. Belcher and 
Midas Consolidated Mining Co., 50 Ne- 
vada Block, r. 2209 Devisadero 

• Thomas, seaman, r. 145, 4th 

■' Thomas, spar maker, r. 207, 26th 

" Thomas, teamster H. McGill, r. 33 Louisa 

" Thomas, waiter, r. 26 Eddy 

•' Thomas W.. shipping master Coasting 

Seamen's Shipping Assn., r. 133 Diamond 
'• Tillie A. Miss, dressmaker, r. 1810 Page, 8 

rear 
■' Victor, clerk Oscar Loden, r. 352, 3d 
■■ Victor, engineer, r. 24(J8 Yolo 
■' Victor, quarryman, r. 303, 3d 
■' Victor, porter Merchants' Ice and Cold 

Storage Co., r. 117 Cuvier 
'• Victor J., clerk, r. 829, 15th 
■■ Waldron W., teacher dancing Saratoga 

Hall, r. 500 Eddy 
" Wallace, clerk, r. 1318 California 

• Walter, clerk R. E. Revalk & Co. 

• Walter, machinist J. G. North, r. 6 Middle 
•' Walter E., machinist Fulton Eng. & Ship 

Bldg. Wks., r. 731 Douglass 

• Walter G., cashier S. J. Friedlander & Co., 

r. 781 Sutter 
" William, driver, r. 607, 3d 

• William, engineer Tubbs Cordage Co.. r. 

552 Indiana 
" William, fruit packer, r. 8 Sheridan 

• William, iron worker, r. 967 Harrison 
•• William, laborer, r. 27 Folsom Av 

■' William, laborer, r. 225 Drumm 

■' William, laborer Union I. Wks., r. 816, 

15th 
•■ William, master schr Margaret C, office 

Pier 7 Steuart, r. .353 Minna 
•' William, seaman, r. 41!^ East 
" William, seaman, r. 247, 2d 
■• William, seaman, r. ,534, 2d 

• William, traveling salesman, r. 624 Jer- 

sey 

■ William, waiter Adolph & Vivian, r. Ful- 

ton nr 2d Av 

■' William A., longshoreman, r. 5 Beale PI 

•' William B. (Anderson Bros.), r. 1221 Ne- 
braska 

" William E., clerk Payot, Upham & Co., r. 
25 Everett 

•• William E., seaman, r. 336, 28th 
Anderson William H., assistant Attorney-Gen- 
eral, 419 California, rooms 18-20, r. 3915 
California 

• William H., calker, r. 417 Elizabeth 

■ William J., barber John F. Skinner, r. 737 

Howard 

" William R., foreman Palmetto Brush Co., 
r. Brooklyn Hotel 

" William T., floor walker Chicago Clothing 
Co., r. 642 Folsom 

" William W., barber Robert T. Brodek, r. 25 
Everett 
Anderson Winslow, M. D., physician and sur- 
geon, hours 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m., office 
and r. 603 Sutter, tel Main 5572 



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Anderson & Hakanson (James Anderson and 
Charles Hakanson), restaurant, 633 (531) 
Jackson 
4®" Anderson. See Andersen, Andresen and 

Enderson 
Anderson's College and Normal School, Robert 
S. Anderson principal, 3142, 16th 
" Oakland, San Francisco and Mills Semi- 
nary Express, G. W. Anderson & Co. 
proprietors, 323 East North 
" Private Hospital for diseases of women, 
Dr. Winslow Anderson proprietor, 603 
Sutter 
Anderton Albert F., liquors, 1st Av South nr 
Railroad Av 
" Frederick C, tanner, r. 812 Potrero Av 
" Mary E., widow, r. 818 Sutter 
Andes Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co.. Nev.), 
Nathaniel T. Messer president, John W. 
Twiggs secretary, 20, 21, 22 Nevada 
Block 
Andichou John, laborer Cal. Fertilizer Wks., r. 
1321, 7th Av South 
" Martin, laborer Cal. Fertilizer Wks., r. 5th 

Av South bet L and M 
" Maxime, cook, r. Railroad Av bet K and L 
Andlauer Alexis J., carpenter, r. 937 Sanchez 
" Joseph v., clerk Pacific American Decora- 
tive Co., r. 937 Sanchez 
Andraa Frederick, carpenter r. 435, 29th 
Andrada Manuel, waiter, r. 322J4 Brannan 
Andrade Guillermo, Mexican land and mining 
agent, 214 California, r. 656 Folsom 
" Hortensia Miss, teacher piano, r. 911 

Vallejo 
" Joseph S., marine engineer, 9 Mission, r. 

Oakland 
" M., waiter str City of Panama 
" Manuel J. (W. E. Oakes & Co.), r. San 

Leandro 
" Vicenta, widow, r. 911 Vallejo 
Andrae H. R., sawyer, r. 630 Elizabeth 
Andrazze Ubaldo, cook, r. 422 Broadway 
Andre Anthony A., adjuster flre losses, 221 San- 
some, r. 1501A Larkin 
Celestin, cook Eugene Godon, r. 520 Jack- 
son 
Ernst F. , captain Army of Heaven at Hand, 

r. N s Channel nr 9th 
J. Lewis, porter Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co., r. 416 Montgomery 
John L., student, r. 1501A Larkin 
Joseph, florist M. Pellissier, r. Cortland 
Av nr San Bruno Av 

ANDRE LEON, 

employment office, 315 Stockton, tele- 
phone Main 1304, r. Alameda 

Andre Pauline Mrs., with Leon Andre, r. 2219i^ 
Sutter 
" Ricardo, teacher French, r. 2229i4 Sutter 
" Robert, r. 420 Jackson 
Andrea Christina, domestic, 1322 Golden Gate 
Av 
" Florient L., dairyman, 16th Av South nr G 
" Frank, milker N. Hansen, r. Amazon nr 

Vienna Av 
" Joseph, assistant engineer str Piedmont 
Andreatta Emma Mrs., r. 1061 Folsom 
Andreazzi Ubaldo, cook I. Cuenin 
Andreine Ormand, wool puller Legallet-Hell- 
wig Tanning Co., r. 'ath Av South nr 
Railroad Av 
Andrensky Lena, widow, r. 704 Bush 
Andres Alma A. Miss, stenographer, r. 2754 
Octavia 
" Caroline, widow, r. 152 Minna 
" Christian, cooper, r. 110^, 14th 
" F. O., sign cutter C. A. Klinkner & Co., r. 

New Western Hotel 
" Frederick O., glove maker Farrant & Co., 

r. 622 Eddy 
" Fritz, baker, r. 634 Pacific 
" George S., superintendent Pac. Oil and 
Lead Wks., N s King bet 2d and 3d, r. 
1910 Vallejo 
" Jennie Miss, r. 152 Minna 
" John P., plumber, r. 153 Minna 
" Joseph, r. 203 Laguna 



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Andres Joseph, seaman, r. 208 Jackson 

" L. Mrs., widow, r. 2754 Octavia 
Andresen Andrew, driver Frank B. Peterson 
&Co. 
" Andrew, master str National City, office 

304 California, r. Alameda 
" Chris P., laborer, r. 310'/4 Ritch 
" Ingeborg Miss, r. Old People's Home 
" John, baker Schwerin & Sons, r. 612 Mason 
" Nicholas, painter, r. 413^4 Fell 
4S=" Andresen. See Andersen, Anderson and 

Enderson 
Andreson Charles, seaman, r. 25314 Clementina 
Andressen Henry, seaman, r. 1017i^ York 

" Peter H., cabinet maker, r. 1818 Folsom 
Andrew Adam, secretary and general manager 

Mount Shasta Mineral Spring Co., Shasta 

Springs, Cal., office cor. 6th and Town- 
send, branch office 205 Front 
" Alfred G., carpenter, r. 89 Albion Av 
•' Elizabeth, widow, r. 1231 Ellis 
•' Hannah Miss, 1061 Folsom 
■' James C, boat loader Paul Boy ton Chute 

Co., r. 1835 Polk 
• Kittle Mrs., dressmaking, 1616 Union, r. 

1620 Union 
" May P. Miss, stenographer Northwestern 

National Insurance Co., r. 1331 Ellis 
" Richard J., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

1381/2, nth 
" Sanford H., ticket taker Paul Boy ton Chute 

Co.. r. 646 Fell 
" William, capitalist, r. 646 Fell 
" William O., bookkeeper, r. 2432 Bush 
4®" Andrew. See Andrews, Andros and Andrus 
Andrews A., watches, jewelry, etc., 221 Mont- 
gomery, r. Lick House 
" Alexander, engineer, r. 13 Johnston Av 
" Alexander Jr., carpenter, r. 13 Johnston Av 
" Alfred, r. 61814 Filbert 
" Andrew, deckhand str Bay City 
" Anna, 3410 Pacific Av 
" Archibald A., cigars and tobacco. 28 Ellis, 

r. 915 Post 
" Archie Le R., clerk Archibald A. Andrews, 

r. 915 Post 
" Charles, machinist Williams & Orton, r. 

753 Howard 
" Charles F., bicycle renting and repairing, 

NW cor 20th and Shotwell, r. 540 Shot- 
well 
" Charles W., porter W. P. Fuller & Co., r. 

Oakland 
" Edward, seaman, r. 15 Hampton PI 
" Edwin O., r.225iA, 7th 
" Evellyn M., carpenter James W. Baldwin, 

r. 328 O'Farrell 
" F. C, master mariner, 9 Mission 
" Frank D., salesman Raphael's, r. 427 Eddy 
" Frederick J., carpenter Risdon I. & L.Wks., 

r. 908 Treat Av 
" George, clerk Knickerbocker Coal Co., r. 

Oakland 
" George, engineer, r. 329;^, 6th 
" George F., 2d engineer str Gold, r. Peta- 

luma 
" George T., r. 231 Castro 
'■ George W., bookkeeper Henry Moffat, r. 

2440 Post 
" George W., laborer, r. 1244, 6th Av South 
•' Granville B., clerk Jordan's Museum of 

Anatomy, r. 139, 31st 
" Guy H., tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., 

r. 2322 Geary 
" Harry A., physician, r. 312 Bartlett 
" Hattie Mrs., shoe-fitter, r. 22514, 7th 



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Andrews Herbert, painter, r. 183 Perry 
Herbert L.. painter, r. 115 Turk 
Isabell A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 915 Post 
James, clerk, r. 1017 Powell 
James, engineer, r. 1514 Folsom 
James, painter Swan & Stein, r. 471 Jessie 
Jeremiah M., pilot str Dauntless, r. 1501 

Waller 
Jesse S., with Brown, Craig & Co., r. 2440 

Post 
John, chief engineer str Onward, r. 1034J^ 

Shotwell 
John, herder quartermaster's dept. U. S. 

A., r. Presidio 
John, laborer, r. 92 West Mission 
John, machinist, r. 2516 McAllister 
John. 3d engineer str Aurora 
John, waiter, r. 613 Folsom 
Joseph A., teamster Masonic Cemetery, r. 

13 Johnston Av 
Joseph C. blacksmith, r. 1501 Mission 
Lester, shoemaker George Pollock, r. 317 

O'Farrell 
Lewis, machinist, r. 3016 Steiner 
Lewis, marble cutter, r. 13 Johnston Av 
Libby Mrs., dressmaking, 1835 Polk 
Lincoln, butcher, r. 1244, 6th Av South 
Lyman R. (Galloway. Giddings & Co.), r. 

1702'^ Leavenworth 
M. Mrs., widow, r. 7.39 Post 
Marenius R.. cabinet maker Sterling Fur- 
niture Co., r. 7291/2 Treat Av 
Mattie Mrs., r. 410 Post 
Napoleon T.. carpenter, r. NE cor Railroad 

and 5th Avs South 
Nellie Miss, telegraph operator, r. 517 

Mason 
Nelson, bookkeeper Matthew Turner, r. 1114 

Kentucky 
N. Samuer(Andrews & Blodgett), r. 1428 

Market 
Oliver, butcher, r. 1244, 6th Av South 
Richard, r. 1008 Guerrero 
Richard H.. with German American Ins. 

Co., r. 96 Fair Oaks 
R. L. Mrs., r. 1714 Market 
Robert S.. conductor Market St. Ry., r. 915 

Post 
T., 2d steward str Santa Rosa 
T. D., salesman Raphael's, r. 24^4 Turk 
Thomas G., watchman, r. 2 Chath m PI 
Thomas H.. stage carpenter Morosco's 

Grand Opera House, r. 808 Mission 

ANDREWS THOMAS P., 

photographic and magic-lantern ap- 
paratus, 109 Montgomery, r. 117a 
Bartlett 

Andrews Walter, machinist Fulton Eng. & Ship 
Bldg. Wks., r. 423 Bush 
" Walter J., traveling salesman, r. 717 Hayes 
" William (Andrews & Serpa), r. 606, 3d 
" William, gardener, r. 1311 Pine 
■' William, seaman, r. 1001 Battery 
" William A., conductor S. F. & S. M. Ry. 

Co., r. 10 Hancock 
" William H. H.. master mariner, r. 631 Sac- 
ramento 
" William S.. painter, r. 226 Michigan 
•' & Blodgett (N. Samuel Andrews and Fred- 
erick E. Blodgett), fruits, 1444 Market 
" & Serpa (William Andrews and Frank 
Serpa), barbers, 606. 3d 
«y Andrews. See Andrew, Andros, Andross 

and Andrus 
Andriano Albert, journalist, r. 400b Oak 



Andrichevich John, waiter Julius Lenenberger, 

r. 255 Steven on 
Andrie Alfred, gardener, r. 10 Scott PI 
Andrieu Clorandin F., restaurant, 506 Kearny, 
r. 720 Montgomery Av 
" Jean, dyer, r. 815 Stockton 
Andrieux Alfred, gardener, r. 619 Pacific 
Andromeda The. Edward L. Wagner proprie- 
tor, 931 Kearny 
Andronneti Pau , porter, r. 1707b Stockton 
Andros Charles, sea an, r. 820 Battery 

" Milton (Andros & Frank), r. 1918 Broadway 
Andros & Frank (Milton Andros and Nathan 
H. Frank), attorneys at law, 330 San- 
some, rooms 6-7 
Andross Jennie, widow, r. 405 Hyde 
" Porter H., secretary West Consolidated 
Virginia and California Mining Co., 334 
Pine, room 10, r. 405 Hyde 
" William C, entry clerk S. F. Shoe House, 
r. 405 Hyde 
.ftS" Andro s. See Andrews and Andrus 
A idrozzows ;y Adolph, clerk, r. 704 Bush 

" Lena, widow, r. 704 Bush 
Andrus George M., engineer, r. 329^, 6th 
" William F., salesman E. T. Allen Co., r. 
Oakland 
^S- Andrus. See Andrew, Andrews and An- 
dross 
Andruss George H., with L. W. McGlauflln, r. 

29361/4 California 
Anfibolo Felice, laborer, r. 218 Francisco rear 
" Phillip, sewer contractor, r 218i/4 Francisco 
rear 
Anflndsen Bernard, master mariner, 9 Mission 
r. 15 Pacific 
" Olof, master str Casper, r. 327 Hill 
Anfinson Anfin, laborer, r. 11.38 Mission 
Angee Edward, wharfinger, r. 404 Turk 
Angeir D wight M., wharfinger Pier 13, r. 404 

Turk 
Angel Forrest, carpenter, r. 2819 Folsom 
" Godfrey L., clerk, r. 1515^4 Mission 
" J. B., capitalist, r. The Colonial 
.^" Angel. See Angell, Ankel, Engle and Enkle 
Angela Michele, laborer Pac. Roll. Mill, r. 

Texas bet Butte and 18th 
Angeli Alponse, cleaner J. Spaulding & Co., 

r. 733 Filbert 
Angeline O., messenger, r. 51 Russ 
Angelini James, bookkeeper F. Scatena & Co., 

r. 127 Turk 
Angelis August, tinsmith, r. 458 Natoma rear 
" Edward C, cooper, r. 36 Hill 
" Henry C, porter Tillmann & Bendel, r. 64 

Everett 
" Mary A., widow, r. 36 Hill 
" Minnie Miss, photograph finisher, r. 36 Hill 
" Nicolas, cook S. F. Laundry, r. 1519 Eddy 
" Rudolph W., butcher A. Kratz, r. 36 Hill 
" Theodore P. J., superintendent S.P. Verein, 
r. 1606 California 
Angelius Charles, starter Market St. Ry., r. 
1817b Howard 
'• John D., upholsterer, r. 1215 Sanchez 
" Richard, upholsterer John Hoey, r. 1215 
Sanchez 
Angell Chester L., draughtsman Golden State 
and Miners' Iron Wks., r. 3200 Howard 
" Fred L., druggist, r. 112, 3d Av 
" Harry M., Clerk J. W. Angell, r. 112, 3d Av 
" Horace B., r. 2200 Howard 
Angell James B., secretary Real Estate and 
Development Co., 30 Mills Bldg, •9th 
floor 
" Jonathan W., druggist, 362, 1st, r. 112, 3d 

Av 
" Otis B.. r. 3200 Howard 
" W, painter, r. 22 Turk 

" William J., bartender Samuel Maxwell, r. 
Ocean House Road nr Jules Av 
-^"Angell. See Angel, Ankel, Engle and Enkle 
Angellotti Frances L. Mrs., widow, r. 1424 Bush 
Angelo Edward J., collector S. F. Gas Light 
Co., r. 119, 10th 
" Elizabeth, widow, r. 5 Vallejo PI 
" Francisco, porter Val. Meinberger, r. 9.33 

Pacific 
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Angelo Harry J., deputy County Clerk, r. 133 
Ash Av 
" Moses, shoemaker J. C. Nolan & Co., r. 

Oakland 
" Valatti, baker, r. 1400 Stockton 
" Wallace P., solicitor Pac. & S. F. Box 
Factory, r. 210914 Howard 
Angels Quartz Mining Co. (Calaveras Co., Cal.), 
Thomas J. Schuyler secretary, 31-32 
Mills Bldg, 5th floor 
Angermann A. Theodore, gardener, r. 1617 Polk 
Angerstien Frederick, musician, r. 1010 Florida 
AngierWalley T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light 

Co., r. 222 Post 
Anglade Jean, laborer Cal. Fertilizer Wks., r. 
5th Av South bet L, and M 
" John, liquors, 500 Dupont, and lodgings, 603 

Pine 
" Thomas, laundryman D. Lapouble & Co. 
Anglasay Delia, widow, nurse, r. 713 Brannan 
" Henry, laborer Tubbs Cordage Co., r. 713 

Brannan 
" Thomas, laborer, r. 713 Brannan 
Anglin Patrick, capitalist, r. 2721 V^ Bryant 
Av 
" Thomas, furniture packer, r. 72114 Minna 
Anglo-American Crockery and Glassware Co., 
Maurice Block and Isidore S. Ackerman 
managers, 108-110 Pine 

ANGLO-OALIFORNIAN BANK 

(Limited), Ignatz Steinhart and Pliilip 
N. Lilienthal managers, NE cor Pine 
and Sansome 

Anglo-Californian Publishing Co., A. Daw-Ker- 

rell manager, 530 California, room 29 
Anglo-Japanese School, William C. Granger 

director, 410 Franklin 
Anglo-Mexican Mining Co. (Limited), Sinaloa, 
Mexico, Livingston Gilson manager, 211 
Sansome, room 6 
Angonnet Bernard (Frank Angonnet & Son), r. 
506 Post 
" Frank (Frank Angonnet & Son), r. 506 Post 
" Frank & Son (Frank and Bernard Angon- 
net), wood and coal, 506 Post 
" Peter F., manager Mrs. A. Bonetti, 14, 7th, 
r. 606 Stevenson 
Angstrom Charles J., seaman, r. 759, 4th 
Angula Concho, laborer, r. 5 Pollard PI 
Angus James S., with estate of James G. Fair, 
r. 1518 Broderick 
" John, laborer Western Sugar Refinery, r. 
504 Napa 
Angus William, asst. secretary Edison Light 
and Power Co., 229 Stevenson, r. East 
Oakland 
Anie Frederick, varnisher and polisher pianos, 

70 Juniper 
Animals' Home, public pound, Thomas C. Wells 

superintendent, 2514, 16th 
Anita Gold Mining Co. (Amador Co.), John Bar- 
ton president, L. F. Reichling secretary, 
404 Montgomery 
" House, Lagier & Pons proprietors, 31 Hunt 
Anixter Harris, r. 1408;^ Devisadero 

" Rachel Mrs., delicacies, 1408^4 Devisadero 
Ankel Abraham, r. 1112 Hyde 
" Harry, financial agent, 6 Mills Bldg, 5th 
floor, r. 903 McAllister 
Ankele John H., special agent North German 

Fire Ins. Co., 225 Sansome 
Anker Andrew, tailor, r. 1455 Castro 
" Gutenburg H., clerk, r. 910 Valencia 
" Nicholas A., jeweler, 13 Trinity, r. 2548 
Folsom 
Ankers Christian, carpenter, 781 Folsom, r. 
328, 3d 
" George, chief officer str San Jose 
" Harry H., painter T. H. Oliver, r. 328, 3d 
Annan William C, shoemaker Charles A. 

Onstott, r. 564 Mission 
Annandale The, 606 Shotwell 
" The, Mrs. Pauline Goen proprietor, 816 Cal- 
ifornia 
Anne Pedro O., salesman Stein, Simon & Co., r. 

5 Vasserot PI 
Annear John A., driver Jerome E. MacCormac, 
r. 710 Polk 



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Annerson J., vegetable man City and County 

Hospital 
Annezz Gesumi, bootblack Frank Lavory, r. 

1213 Dupont 
Anninger Joseph, brushmaker R. W. Simpson, 

r. 2101/2, nth 
Annis Alexander G., freight solicitor Union 
Transportation Co. , ofQce Clay St. Wharf 
(Pier 1), r. North Berkeley 
" Arthur M., finisher Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. West Berkeley 
" Charles H., finisher Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 812, 21st 
" Charles H. Jr., shoemaker, r. 1318 Guerrero 
" Eva, widow, r. 804, 3d 

•' Frederick, operator Buckingham & Hecht, 
r. 812, 21st 
xm' Annis. See Ennis and Innis 
Annuzi Giuseppe, bootblack, r. 5 Pollard PI 
Annuzzi Leonardo, peddler, r. 10 Margaret PI 
Ansbro George A., clerk United Typewriter and 
Supplies Co., r. 16% Hill 
■' Harry T., driver La Grande Laundry, r. 

328, 12th 
" James, laborer, r. 1329 Florida 
" Matthew C, clerk Morris & Kennedy, r. 
I614 Hill 
Ansburg Charles, peddler, r. 1713 Dupont 

" Isidore, peddler, r. 1713 Dupont 
Ansell James, r. 678 Harrison 
Anselm Henry, r. 620 Minna 
Anselmi Peter, clerk G. Janes, r. 354, 4th 
Anshor Hall, cor Market and 6th 
Ansilio L., gardener Colombo Market 
Ansley Washington, cooperage, 14 Merchant 
Anson Frank, painter, r. 1005, 18th 
" Harry J., paper hanger, r. 923 Post 
" M. E. Mrs., cashier Sutro Baths, r. 7 Olive 
Av 

ANSONIA CLOCK CO., 

Nordman Brothers agents, 126 Sutter 

Ansorge Fredrika, widow, r. 612 Pine 
Ansot Henry, teacher fencing, r. 1439 Pine 
" Jeanne Mrs., stamping and embroidery, 
1328 Polk, r. 1439 Pine 
Anspach Julius H., waiter New Washington 
Hotel, r. 30a Clara 
" Lewis, bartender Osmer & Co., r. 30 Clara 
" Nicholas F., barber J. A.Wilson, r. 30a 

Clara 
" W., millman Truckee Lumber Co. 
Anspacher Abram, president Congregation 
Emanu - El and secretary Anspacher 
Brothers, 214 Pine, r. 1400 McAllister 
Anspacher Brothers, Simon Anspacher presi- 
dent. Garrison Gerst vice - president, 
Samuel Seller treasurer, Abram An- 
spacher secretary, wholesale dealers 
hay and grain, warehouse 616-618, 7th, 
ofBce 214 Pine, room 17 
" Gustavus, r. 1400 McAllister 
" -Meyers Hannah, widow, r. 1400 McAllister 
Anspacher Simon, president Anspacher Broth- 
ers, 214 Pine, room 17, r. 2604 Pacific Av 
Anstey Allyn, clerk, r. 509 Powell 
Anthanen Leopold (Bocker & Anthanen), r. cor 

Cambridge and Wayland 
Anthes Frank F., with Shreve & Co., r. 2415 Bush 
" Frederick P., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., 

r. 2415 Bush 
" Hubert N., assistant bookkeeper Wangen- 
heim, Sternheim & Co., r. 2 Sophie Ter- 
race 
" Louis H., clerk Henry Lund & Co., r. 241o 
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Anthes Peter, mining, r. 2 Sopliie Terrace 
' ' Peter Jr. , selector Wangenlieim, Sternlieim 
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Anthony Abraham, cutter Kraker Mfg. Co., r. 
123 Langton 
" Abraham, detective, r. 615^4, 21st 
" Albert D., steward str Columbia 
" Anton, bartender, r. 3 Mary Lane 
'• Cornelia, widow, medium, r. 342, 3d 
'■ Edward A., conductor Geary St. RR, r. 316 

2d Av 
" Edward T., repacker, 407 Commercial, r. 
604 Merchant 
Anthony Edwin R., assistant paymaster South- 
ern Pacific Co., 4 Montgomery, r. 1617 
Alameda Av, Alameda 
" Emma, widow, r. 3 Cohen PI 
" Erculiani, clerk, r. 2501 Howard 
" Francis, clerk, r. 3714 Clara 
•■ Frank P., clerk S. P. Co., r. 37^ Clara 
" Henry A., bartender John Mangels, r. 3 

Mary Lane 
" Henry J., r. 12314 Langton 
" Herbert M., law student Nowlln & Fassett 
'■ Jacob A., carpenter, r. 231 Castro 
•' J. C. Co., Albert S. Barney secretary, 
Soteria Morphine Cure, 86 Chronicle Bldg 
" Jesse C. (W. A. Plymire & Co.) and physi- 
cian, office 87 Chronicle Bldg, r. Berkeley 
" John, farmer, r. S s Lower Terrace nr 
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Anthony John H., U. S. special pension exami- 
ner, U. S. Appraisers' Bldg, room 75, r. 
31U,2 Hyde 
• Marc, law clerk Fred J. Castelhun 
" Mark, inventor, 137 Montgomery, r. Oak- 
land 
" Rosa C. Miss, clerk, r. 37'/2 Clara 
■■ Thomas B., solicitor Am. Wringer Co., r. 

3151/2 Franklin 
■' Thomas M. (Benning& Anthony), r. 18 Page 
" W. G., gripman Market St. Ry., r. 208 Hyde 
4®°" Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 
Anthounsen Henry, laborer, r. 2314b Mason 
" Robert H., teamster Phelps & Arnold, r. 
2314b Mason 
Anticevich John, fruits and vegetables, 46, 7th, 

r. same 
Antich Martin, cook Mikulich & Kiselich, r. 

4 Union PI 
Antippas Alexander, fruits. Point Lobos Av nr 
Cliff House, r. 59 Jessie 
" Alexandre, clerk N. Antippas, r. 59 Jessie 
" Andreas E., fruits, 41 Market 
" Basil, salesman, r. 59 Jessie 
" Jacova, widow, r. 2 Hartman 
" Nicholas, fruits and candles. 237Vi East, 
r. 59 Jessie 
Antiquarian Book Store, Patrick J. Healy pro- 
prietor, 203 Powell 
Antognini A., reporter L'Elvezia, r. 29, 6th 
Antoldi S. & Co. (Stainslaus Antoldi), produce 
commission merchants, 415-417 Davis 
" Stanislaus (S. Antoldi & Co.), r. 310 Stock- 
ton 
Anton Charles, baker, r. 1406 Powell 
" F., waiter str Areata 
" John, seaman str San Juan 
" Joseph, laborer, r. 619 Ellis rear 
" Joseph, seaman str Eureka 
" Louis, waiter Thomas Murray, r. 510 Jack- 
son 
Antonas Nicholas (Antonas & Ivankovich), r. 
131 Turk 
" & Ivankovich (Nicholas Antonas and 
Louis Ivankovich), tailors, 131 Turk 



An tone Frank, seaman, r. 916 Montgomery 
Antonelle Joseph S., contractor, 512 Montgom- 
ery 
Antonelli Vincenzo, watchman Dunham, Carri- 

gan & Hayden Co., r. 1622 Hayes 
Antonetti Edward N., house and sign painter, 

205 O'Farrell, r. 369, 11th 
Antoni E., seaman str Santa Rosa 
" Joseph, salesman Casimir Baldocohi, r. 

1002 Buchanan 
" Louis, liquors, 303 Montgomery Av, r. 303^ 

Montgomery Av 
" Samuel (Antoni & Pellegrini), r. 515 Union 
" & Pellegrini (Samuel Antoni and Giuseppe 
Pellegrini), wood and coal, 506-508 Green 
4®=" Antoni. See Anthony and Antony 
Antoniades Euthymius, cook, r. 542^^ Natoma 
Antonlazzi Peter, furniture, 1800-1802 Powell 
Antonietti Anton, machine hand D. Woerner 
" John, driver Kate Emhoff, r. cor Lisbon 
and Japan Av 
Antonini Giovanni B. (Figone & Antonini), r. 

628 Broadway 
Antonio Edmund, cook, r. 412 Main 
" F., laborer Pao. Roll. Mill 
" Frank, tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., r. 

Oakland 
" Gregory, fruits and candies, 118 Powell, r. 

O'Farrell 
" Joseph, tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., r. 

Oakland 
" Lillie, actress Cremome Theatre 
" Marcilino, r. 311 Pacific 
Antonioli Casimir, wines and liquors, NE cor 
Washington and Battery, r. 3 Martha PI 
Antonovich Dominic G., capitalist, r. 730 Green 
" Edith, japanner George H. Tay Co., r. 1709 

Stockton 
" Florio, capitalist, r. 712 Green 
Antonsen Hans, r. 815 Humboldt 
Antony Henry, cutler Will & Finck Co., r. 149 J^ 

Fair Oaks 
4®" Antony. See Anthony and Antoni 
Antrim Howard D., r. 807 California 
" Howard D. Mrs., proprietor The Antrim, 

807 California 
" The, Mrs. Howard D. Antrim proprietor, 
807 California 
Antron Edward P., clerk F. A. Beckett, r. 15 
West Mission 
" Peter, r. 15 West Mission 
Antz Albert G., butcher, r. 1825 Bush 
" Albert H., butcher Henry Antz, r. 1825 

Bush 
" Frederick J., butcher Henry Antz, r. 1825 

Bush 
" Henry, butcher, 15-16 Grand Western Mar- 
ket, r. 1825 Bush 
Anzenhofer Charles, teamster, r. HoUoway Av 
nr Lee Av 
•' Louis, r. Holloway Av nr Lee Av 
" Louis Jr., teamster, r. Holloway Av nr 

Lee Av 
" Peter, dairyman, cor Pope and Hanna 
" William, carpenter, r. Holloway Av nr 
Lee Av 
Aoki T., Japanese artist, 131 Post 
A. P. A. Magazine (monthly), W. E. Price 

editor, 1203 Market 
Apac Secundio, merchant, r. 1321 York 
Apel August, musician, r. 25 Rondel PI 
" Ferdinand C, cigar maker Paul Apel, r. 25 

Rondel PI 
" Hermann, tanner S. Bloom & Sons, r. Wolfe 

cor Isabel 
" John S., r. 25 Rondel PI 
•' Paul, cigar manufacturer, 25 Rondel PI 
" Peter, baker John B. Shay 
Apelt Charles M. Mrs., shirt manufacturer and 
men's furnishing goods, 136 Montgomery 
Av, r. 1606 Stockton 
Aperio Michael, peddler, r. 6171,^ Ellis rear 
Apfel George, bakery, 715 Polk 
Apffel Phillip J., carpenter, r. 18179£ Broadway 

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Apgar Charles W., barber Joseph Levy, r. 958 

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Aplin & West (Walter Aplin and Thomas West), 

restaurant, 626 Sacramento 
Apollo Consolidated Mining Co. (Unga Island, 
Alaska), Gustave Nlebaum president, 
Louis Sloss Jr. secretary, office 310 
San some 
" Hall, 810 Pacific 
Apollon Edgar, cook str Crescent City, r. 63V2 

Everett 
Apostle C, seaman str City of Sydney 
Apostolo Andrew, oyster house, 142, 5th 
" Atanasio (Perrin & Apostolo), r. 25 Stock- 
ton PI 
Apothecaries' Hall, 3 New Montgomery 
App Mine (Tuolumne Co.), George H. Waggoner 

secretary, 205 Crocker Bldg 
Appel Alvin H., painter, r. 147, 3d 
" Felicita, widow, shirt maker, r. 1343 Powell 
" Frank, baker, r. 634 Pacific 
" George A., seaman bkt. W. H. Dimond, r. 

507 Filbert 
" Julius, r. 306D Lily Av 
" Theodore, r. Pacific Hebrew Home 
" William, expressman John W. Flinn. r. 508 
Ivy Av 
4S" Appel. See Ahpel, Apel, Appell and Apple 
Appell John C, cabinet maker, r. 617 Bryant 

" Simon, tailor, 236 Ellis 
4®~ Appell. See Apel, Appel and Apple 
Appeltofft Axel, cashier Swanberg's Oyster 

House, r. 1012b Washington 
Appenzeller Jacob, wheelwright, r. 49 Zoe 
Apperson Edgar, linotype operator, r. 2627 Pine 

" John A., r. 2627 Pine 
Appiarius Franz W., manufacturer pickles and 
cider, 1810 O'Farrell 
" H. Mrs., varieties, 703 Valencia 
" Henry P., compositor Kuttner-French 

Printing Co., r. 1810 O'Farrell 
" Henry W., clerk John Hadeler, r. 1810 
O'Farrell 
Apple Benjamin, physician, 741 Filbert, r. 727 
Grove 
" Heiman, upholsterer, r. 608 Natoma 
" Henry L., barber, r. 727 Grove 
" Isidore, deputy sheriff, r. 727 Grove 
" Jacob, cashier Cunningham, Curtiss & 

Welch, r. 727 Grove 
" Morris, clerk Cunningham, Curtiss & 

Welch, r. 737 Grove 
" Robert L., clerk postofQce, r. 17, 3d 
" William, r. 727 Grove 
4®= Apple. See Apel, Appel and Appell 
Appleby Charles H., gripman Market St. Ry., r. 
11121/2 Valencia 
" Orville, horseman, r. Fulton nr 6th Av 
Applegarth A. George, draughtsman Wright & 

Sanders, r. Oakland 
Applegate George, foreman J. W. Ferris, r. 1 
Rivoli Av 
" J. Henry, clerk ticket auditor's dept. S. P. 

Co., r. Alameda 
" John J., merchandise broker, 219 Grant Av, 
r. 109a Powell 
Appleton A., r. 1013b Washington 
Appleton D. & Co. (New York), Dorville Llbby 
manager, publishers and subscription 
books, 1 Flood Bldg 
" Harry, upholsterer, r. eiS^^ Natoma 
" Lawrence, car repairer S. P. Co., r."1956 

Howard 
" Thomas, solicitor American Wringer Co., 

r. 17 Polk 
" Wallace, fireman, r. 1956 Howard 
" William, fireman, r. 1956 Howard 
Applewhite Andrew L., clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 717 Hyde 
Appo James B., porter str City of Pueblo 
Appraiser United States (District of San Fran- 
cisco), James E. Tucker, U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Bldg, room 31 
Appraisers' Building, United States, E s San- 
some bet Washington and Jackson 
Appraisers' Store, United States, U. S. Ap- 
praisers' Bldg, first floor 
Apprill George, shoemaker, 535 Commercial, r. 

428 Broadway 
Appwood George E., salesman Anspacher Bros., 
r. 137 Perry 



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Apsley George W., r. 158 Perry 
Apted Walter (James Boyes & Co.), r. 1920 
Stockton 

Arabian Coffee and Spice Mills, 

Hills Bros, proprietors, 126-130 Mar- 
ket and 23 California 

Arada Thomas, carpenter, r. 436b Clementina 
Arago Andrew, coal passer str Corona, r. 927 

Broadway 
Arakel John, fruits and vegetables, 127;4, 4th 
Aranburu Angelo, cook, r. 510 Powell 
Araos Leary, laborer, r. 9a Natoma 
Arata Andrew, teamster Gray & Ba,rbieri, r. 4 
Jasper PI 
" Angelo (Torre & Arata), r. 522 Green 
" Augustine, r. 3 Bartol 
" C, laborer, r. 746 Florida 
" Enrico, cook, r. 80 Francisco 
" Eugene, r. 10 Russell rear 
" Frank, r. 634 Sacramento 
" Frank (Guinasso & Arata), r. 1918y2 Stock- 
ton 
" G., gardener, Colombo Market 
" George, laundryman, r. 433% Broadway 
" Giovanni B., hostler Arata & Brother, r. 

433}^ Broadway rear 
" Giuseppe, bootblack, r. 513^4 Greenwich 

rear 
" Giuseppe, laborer, r. 13 Bannam PI 
" James, laundryman, r. 423'/4 Broadway 
" James, teamster Gray & Barbieri, r. 4 Jas- 
per PI 
" John, bootblack, Leidesdorff bet Cali- 
fornia and Pine, r. 1717 Stockton 
" John, porter L. Dinkelspiel & Sons, r. 513% 

Greenwich rear 
" John, vegetable gardens, Corbett Road nr 

Alms House Road 
" Jose, peddler, r. 4 Maiden lane 
" Joseph, bartender John Garibaldi, r. cor 

Old San Jose Road and Sunny Side Av 
" Joseph, laborer, r. 740 Florida 
" Joseph, laborer, r. 1904% Powell 
" Joseph, vegetable gardens, Corbett Boad 

nr Alms House Road 
" Julius, bootblack, r. 10 Margaret PI 
" Louis (Arata & Brother), r. 7 Bartol 
" Louis, scavenger, r. 507 Chestnut 
" Luigi, saloon keeper, r. 518 Greenwich 
" Luigi G., hostler, r. 7 Bartol 
" Marie, widow, r. 7 Bartol 
" Nicholas, bootblack, 30 Leidesdorff 
" Paola (Arata & Brother) r. 425 Broadway 

rear 
" Paola, driver, r. 27% Lapidge 
" Paolo, r. 523 Green 

" Paul, bootblack, 30 Leidesdorff, r. 634 Sac- 
ramento 
" Paul, peddler, r. 3101 Buchanan 
" Phillip, salesman G. B. Solari, r. 305 Capp 
" Rosa, widow, r. 1904% Powell 
" Seraphine, peddler, r. 736% Vallejo 
" Stephen, bootblack, Leidesdorff bet Cali- 
fornia and Pine, r. 13 Lafayette PI 
" Stephen, junk dealer, r. 716 Montgomery 

Av 
" & Brother (Paola and Louis), livery stable, 
716 Pacific 
Arbell Bessie Miss, bookkeeper A. P. Lorent- 

zen, r. 2210 Leavenworth 
Arberonet Jean, cook Sartori & Fantina 
Arbidie Henrietta Miss, dressmaker, r. 633 Gol- 
den Gate Av 
Arbios Edward E., butcher, r. 1414 Powell 
Arbogast Clara, widow, r. 1010a Bush 



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(New York), W. J. De Brulil manager, 
18 California 

Arbuckle George W., agent Judson & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Arbuthnat Clare E. Miss, nurse St. Luke's Hos- 
pital 
Arcade House, Charles F. Smith proprietor, 45 
Sacramento 
" The. Miss Kate Woods proprietor, 917 
Market 
Arcadian Woolen Mills, 118 Battery 
Areata and Mad River R. R. Co. (Areata, Hum- 
boldt Co.), F. Korbel & Bros, proprietors, 
main office 723 Bryant 
Archambault George, cook, r. 1118 Stevenson 
Archbold William, bushelman Benedict & Tur- 
ner, r. 409 Sutter 
Archer Albert, traveling salesman, r. 1604 Turk 
" Albert S., clerk W. T. Smith & Son, r. 220% 

Waller 
" Annie A. Miss, teacher Wilcox & Gibbs S. 

M. Co.. r. 1316 California 
" AretusA., driver Sutter St. Ry., r. 18 Te- 
hama rear 
" Charles H., machinist, r. 919 Folsom 
■' Comos, real estate, r. 2031 Steiner 
" Daniel, master schr Columbus, office 5 

Spear 
" Edward, coachman, r. 911 Sutter 
" Frank, plumber, r. 1618 Stockton 
" James, coppersmith, r. 16J4 Boardman PI 
" James, machinist Fulton Eng. & Ship 

Bldg. Wks., r. Oakland 
" Joseph, porter, r. 33 Everett 
" Leo B., student Rhodes & Rhodes, r. Hotel 

Savoy 
" Samuel, machinist Cahill & Hall Elevator 

Co., r. Oakland 
" Thomas, real estate, 320 Sansome, room 33, 

r. 2031 Steiner 
" William, machinist, r. 415, 5th 
'■ William Jr., upholsterer, r. 415, 5th 
Archibald Alice Miss, trained nurse, r. 1117 Van 
Ness Av 
" Arthur W., foreman Christopher A. Mitch- 
ell, r. 320O'Farrell 
" George A., salesman, r. 311 Golden Gate Av 
" James, r. 636 Sutter 
Archibald James F. J., 303 California, r. Bo- 
hemian Club 
" Jennie Miss, dressmaker, r. 938 Valencia 
" Prescott L., r. 311 Golden Gate Av 
" Robert A., veterinary surgeon, 1830- Post, r. 

181614 Post 
" William H., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

1434 Turk 
" William P., laborer School dept., r. 311 
Golden Gate Av 
ArcMtect New City Hall, office New City Hall, 

2d floor 
Architectural Iron Works, Alexander M. Bruce 
proprietor, W s Channel bet 17th and 18th 
" Iron Works, O'Connell & Lewis proprie- 
tors, SW cor Kearny and Francisco 
Arciniega Trinidad Mrs., r. 1503 Leavenworth 
Arctic Fur Co. (Marcus Moses), fur manufac- 
turers, 925 Market 
Arctic Oil Works, Josiah N. Knowles manager, 
Edwin L. Griffith secretary, office 30 Cali- 
fornia, works SE cor Illinois and Center 
Arcuri Louis, barber, 825 Pacific 
Ardery Annie I. Mrs., r. 429 O'Farrell 



Ardin Theodore, carpenter, r. E s San Bruno 

Av nr 15th Av South 
Arding DoUie Miss, artist, r. 1620 Dolores 

" Helene Miss, artist, r. 1620 Dolores 
Arding Mary, widow, r. 1620 Dolores 
" Walter A., clerk ins. dept. Balfour, Guthrie 
& Co., r. 1620 Dolores 
>e®~ Arding. See Harding 
Ardley Edwin, salesman Raphael Weill &Co., 

r. Berkeley 
Ardoin Adolphe, cook Jacques Mounier, r. 26 

Scott PI 
Arees John, liquors, 639 California, r. 20V3 Wet- 
more PI 
Aregger Charles, liquors, 49 Stevenson 
Areia Francisco G., bartender Francisco M. 

Ramos, r. NW cor Jackson and Drumm 
Arellano Bernard J., wireworker Standard Iron 
and Wire Wks., r. 225, 4th 
" John L., porter, r. 602 Lombard 
" Mauro S., carpenter, 536 Green 
" Mauro S. Jr., carpenter, 536 Green 
Arena Salvator, peddler, r. 317 Green 
Arenas Cipriana Mission, r. 634 Vallejo 
Arend Lulu, widow, r. 1319b Clay 
Arendes Fred, groceries and liquors, 215, 14th 
Arendt Edward T., upholsterer, r. 1320 Union 
" Michael, merchant (Angels Camp), office 

25 Battery 
" Otto, cement, r. 21 Dehon rear 
" Otto, piano tuner, r. 30 Albion Av 
Areno Giuseppe, peddler, r. 1 Jasper PI 
Arens Albert J., jeweler W. K. Vanderslice & 
Co., r. 618 jersey 
" George H., bookkeeper, r. 29 Moss 
" John, pipemaker Francis Smith & Co. 
Arensberg Helen, stenographer, r. 807 Harrison 
" Jennie, widow, r. 807 Harrison 
" Philip, bookkeeper Caro Bros., r. 807 Harri- 
son 
Arenstein Myer W., optician, r. 1154?^ Folsom 
Arents Edward, merchandise broker, 9 Mills 

Bldg, 5th floor, r. 30 Golden Gate Av 
Arentsen Andrew, seaman, r. 120 Howard 
Arenz John (Arenz & Gietzen), r. 2439 Cali- 
fornia 
" & Gietzen (John Arenz and Jacob Giet- 
zen), bakery, 2439 California 
Arey D. M. Mrs., widow, r. 1357 Post 
" Theodore R., master bktn J. M. Griffith, 

office 10 Market 
" Thomas, r. 125 Francisco 
4@~Arey. See Airey 
Arf Herman, musician, r. 716 Fulton 
Arfl Frederick T., master schr Maid of Orleans, 

r. 739, 4th 
Arfsten Broder, groceries and liquors, NW cor 
15th and Noe 
" E. Mrs., dressmaking, 105 Polk 
" Emil, wine tester, r. 105 Polk 
" Giene, domestic, 824 Waller 
" Knudt E. (J. Boehrer & Co.j, r. Oakland 
Argall F. G., special agent ins. dept. Balfour, 
Guthrie & Co., r. Sausalito 
" John, r. 628 Golden Gate Av 
Argens George P., roofer, r. 803 Montgomery 

" William, stableman, r. 820 Waller 
Argenti Frank, druggist TuUio A. Rottanzi, r. 
29441/2 Mission 
" Jerome J. B.,Ph. G., professor of botany 
Cal. College of Pharmacy, r. 2944^4 Mis- 
sion 
" Joseph, bootblack, r. 6 Hunt 
" Pierre, employee French Hospital 
" Tulloi, marble cutter, r. 2944^4 Mission 
" Tulloi Jr., blacksmith, 2938Vi Mission, r. 
605 Bartlett 
Argentine Republic Consulate, Jose L. Schlei- 
den acting consul, 12 Mills Bldg, 3d floor 
Argo N., laborer O'Brien & Spotorno, r. 1013 

Broadway 
Argonaut Mutual Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, Dennery & Gunzburger secretaries, 
214 Pine, room 3 
Argonaut Publisliing Co., Jerome A. Hart 
president, F. I. Vassault secretary, pub- 
lishers The Argonaut, 213 Grant Av 
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Argoud Joseph L. (Argoud & Montmayeur), r. 
669 Walnut Av 
" & Montmayeur (Joseph L. Argoud and 
Pierre Montmayeur), restaurant, 405 and 
413 Geary 
Arguelio Julius J., r. 206 Fair Oaks 

•' Miguel, waiter, r. 634 Vallejo 
Ariani Amable, widow, r. 317 Broadway 
" Brothers (Louis and Victor) groceries, 217 

Broadway 
" John, cook Del Monte Bros., r. 436 Broad- 
way 
" Louis (Ariani Bros.), and clerk Boltz, Cly- 

mer & Co., r. 217 Broadway 
■' Mamie Miss. r. 217 Broadway 
•■• Victor (Ariani Bros.), r. 217 Broadway 
• Victor Jr., bookbinder J. B. Mclntyre, r. 
217 Broadway 
Arias David C, artist, r. 7 Magner PI 
" Francisco, sexton, r. 908 Broadway 
" Ramona A., widow, r. 7 Magner PI 
" Trinity C, printer, r. 7 Magner PI 
" William G.. pressman Edward C. Hughes, 
r. 837 Vallejo 
Ariaudo Andrew, window cl aner, r. 322 Green 
Ariel Pharmacy, Truman F. Bacon proprietor, 
510 Hayes 
■' Rowing Club, Long Bridge, South and 
Kentucky 
Aries John, quartermaster stmr Alameda 
Arinaton C, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 29 Eddy 
Arion House. Frederick Huber proprietor, 13-15 
Pag 
" Verein, Dr. M. Magnus president, Paul 
Scholz secretary, 414 Pine 
Aristide Gustavus, cook, r. 23 Hunt 
Aristoarena Luis G., salesman J. M. Willard, 

r. 1421 Geaiy 
Arita Hermistuce, physician, office and r. 507 

Post 
Arizona and Southeastern Railroad, C. G. 
Young purchasing agent, office 122 Davis 
Arizona Block, SW cor Market and Main 
" Hotel, William Ahlstrand proprietor, 11-13 

Clay 
" Sandstone Co. (Santa Ana, Cal.), Clinton 
J. Hutchins local agent, 69 Columbian 
Bldg 
Arizona Telegraph Co. (Phoenix, A. T.), N. K. 
Masten president, F. I. Kendall secre- 
tary, 3 Crocker Bldg 
" Warehouse, William A. James manager, 
222-232 King 
Arjo Frank, clerk, r. 915 Broadway 
" Manu-1, clerk, r. 915 Broadway 
" Norbert, laborer, r. 1013 Broadway 
" Philip D., packer D. Ghirardelli Co., r. 1129 
Clay 
Arkell Harry J., oraneman J. W. Ferris, r. 1520 

Waller 
Arkenburg William H., horseman, r. 910 Pine 
Arkwright Elizabeth Mrs., teacher music, r. 

1521 Pine 
Arl Joseph, baker, r. 527 Lombard 
Arland Charles, r. San Bruno Hotel 
Arling Carrie Miss, spinner Tubbs Cordage Co., 
r. 3731 Bryant Av 
" David, waiter str San Jose 
" David F., stevedore, r. 2731 Bryant 
" Isaac S., r. 2731 Bryant 
Arlington George, r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
" Howard C, butcher Leon D. Stone & Co., r. 

38 West Mission 
■' Skirt Manufacturing Co. (New York), Ben 
J. Schmidt & Co. agents, 125-137 Sansome 
" The, lodgings, Mrs. Anna Tease proprietor, 
127 Kearny 
Armager Charles W., clerk, r. 211 Scott 
Armand Celine, widow, dressmaking, 540 Wash- 
ington 
" Emile C, clerk S. Pomeroy, r. 540 Wash- 
ington 
Armanino A., gardener Colombo Market 
Armas Joseph L., barber, r. 445, 9th 

" Raoul, barber Joseph L. Armas, r. 445, 9th 
Armaud Gustave, chef Nevada Restauiant, r. 4 
Adelaide P 
" Thomas, chef International Hotel 
Armbrust Adolph C, butcher, 1305 Castro 



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Armbruster Barbara, widow, proprietor Carleton 
House, 118 Grant Av 
'• Charles J., stenographer Boone & Murdock, 

r. 1515a Howard 
" Daniel, clerk, r. 90514 Valencia 
" Edward P., r. 1515a H ward 
Armbruster George W., real estate and in- 
surance agent, 24 Montgomery, r. 1515a 
Howard 
" Julius H., engraver, 9 Geary 
" Rudie H., with S. E. Fischer & Co., r. 1515a 

Howard 
" Sophie, widow, r. 1515a Howard 
" Valentine, conductor Market St. Ry. 
4@" Armbruster. See Ambruster 
Armendariz Luz Mrs., r. 823 Pacific 
Armer Andrew M. (Armer & Weinshenk), r. 1201 
Devisadero 
" Arthur, clerk Schweitzer & Co., r. 735AElli-i 
" Ben, bookkeeper M. Armer & Co., r. 3815 

Pine 
" Herman, cigars, r. 1316 Octavia 
" M. & Co. (Max Armer), cigar manufactur- 
ers, 308 Sacramento 
" Max (M. Armer & Co.), r. 1710 Webster 
" May, domestic, 823 Sutter 
" Morris, clerk, r. 735A Ellis 
" Sidney, r. 1710 Webster 
" & Weinshenk (Andrew M. Armer and 
Charles Weinshenk), watch materials 
and jewelers' supplies, 207 Sutter 
43= Armer. See Armour 

Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam), r. Oakland 
" Charles W. Jr., buyer Armes & Dallam, r. 

Oakland 
" George A., water tender str Peru 
" George H., manager broom factory Armes 
& Dallam, r. Oakland 
Armes & Dallam (Charles W. Armes and Rich- 
ard B. Dallam), wooden and willow ware, 
brushes, paper and paper bags, 232-226 
Front, woodenware factory 432, 4th, 
brocm factory 113 Davis 
iW Armes. See Arms 
Armistead Cecil M., medical student Dr. R. A. 

McLean, r. 305 Kearny 
Armitage Ayton, clerk Esberg, Bachman & Co., 
r. 407 Leavenworth 
" Home, Mrs. James R. Smedberg manager, 

509 Powell 
" John, sailmaker, r. 234 Church 
" Thomas A., butcher Edward N. Smith Co., 

r. 1720 Devisadero 
" Thomas W., clerk local freight offlce S. P. 
Co., r. 328 Geary 
Armitage William H., architect, 319-331 Phelan 

Bldg, r. Alameda 
Armington Lorenzo E., salesman, r. 11 Pond 
Armnecht Louis, poultry, 8, 10 Grand Western 

Market, r. 1020 Army 
Armond Charles, marine cook,r. 70 South Park 
Armour Glue Works, William Buro agent, 23 

Davis, room 11 
Armour Packing Co. (Kansas City, Mo.), 
James McCuUough manager, S. F. 
branch 211-213 Clay 
" William, r. 115, 8th 
.e@" Armour. See Armer 
Arms Charles S., warrant clerk U. S. Mint, r. 

2421 Mission 
Armsby J. K. Company (Chicago, 111.), A. G. 
Freeman vice-president and Pacific 
Coast manager, wholesale commission 
merchants, 138-140-143 Market 
Armstrong Albert M., attorney at law, 81-84 
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Armstrong Alexander S., stenographer Edison 

Light and Power Co., r. 510 Fulton 
Amanda, widow, r. 14 Marye Terrace 
Andrew, bookkeeper London, Paris and 

American Bank, r. I42514 Mission 
Andrew J., speculator, r. 8 Gough 
Angel, machinist Troy Laundry Machinery 

Co., r. 126 Perry 
Ann, widow, r. 447% Jessie 
Annette, domestic, 739 Ashbury 
Benjamin F., traveling salesman, 212 San- 
some, room 37, r. 924 Hyde 
Charles, r. 1202 Mission 
Charles, cooper D. Woerner, r. 414, 10th 
Christopher, bartender Patrick Donnelly, 

r. 36 Rausch 
Cranston, plumber, r. 447>^ Jessie 
Dennis, r. 317 Francisco 
Eva Miss, saleslady Hale Bros., r. 409 

O'Farrell 
Edward, blacksmith, 512 Gough 
Edwin W. (Armstrong & Bacon), r. 743 Pine 
Eldridge R., clerk Sherman & Clay, r. 44734 

Jessie 
Elizabeth, widow, r. 820 Howard 
Ella Mrs., clerk naval dept. Union I. Wks., 

r. 1206 O'Farrell 
Emma B. Miss, stenographer Sacramento 

River Packers' Assn., r. 13 Liberty 
Etta Miss, packer W. H. Miner, r. 133, 19th 
F. Florence Miss, saleslady Hale Bros., 

r. 409 O'Farrell 
Fidelia S.. widow, r. 329b Oak 
Francis T., teamster George W. Emmons 
Frank E., foreman, r. 517a 7th 
Frederick, artist, r. Utah nr Army 
Frederick, elevator man, r. 615 Minna 
Frederick W., clerk, r. 2907 Washington 
George, merchant, r. 1008 Jackson 
George A., printer, r. 2310 Webster 
George B., machinist Schrader & Lutge, r. 

615 Minna 
George F., carriage painter, San Bruno Av 

nr Army, r. 33d nr Potrero Av 
George R. (Armstrong & De Guerre), r. 2210 

Webster 
George T., florist, r. 404 McAllister 
Gustave O., r. 14 Marye Terrace 
Gustavus, cooper D. Woerner, r. 105 Lund y 

Lane 
Hannah, widow, r. 203 Bartlett 
Harriott W., r. 814 Fulton 
Harry, mechanic, r. 320, 7th 
Harry L., gripman Market St. Ry. 
Henry, driver Cluft Bros., r. 327^4 Union 
Herbert G., agent C. A. Hansen & Co., 313 

Guerrero, r. 329b Oak 
Howard R., marine engineer, r. 231 Pierce 
Hugh, machinist, r. 10 South Park 
James, r. 615 Minna 
James, r. 640 Clay 
James, r. 1717 McAllister 
James, r. 2811 Harrison 
James R., r. 3210 Webster 
James T., r. 1311 Golden Gate Av 
James W., salesman Miller, Sloss & Scott, 

r. 1416 Ellis 
John L. G., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 

939% Howard 
John J., draughtsman Western Sugar Re- 
finery, r. 1134 Page 
John R. (Armstrong Oil Burner Co.), r. 100, 

5th 
John R., shipping clerk, r. 738 Grove 
John, clerk Wm. H. Armstrong, r. 1037 

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Armstrong John, laborer, r. 134, 4th 
" John A., cooper Cal. Wine Assn. 
Hampshire 
Joseph, plumber and gasfitter, 353, 34th 
Joseph R., assayer, r. 1128% Valencia 
Kate, widow, r. 18% Folsom Av 
L., r. 8 Gough 

Lucius P., clerk, r. 413 Broderick 
Lucy A., widow, furnished rooms, 933 Wash- 
ington 
Mary, widow, r. 133d 19th 
Mary, widow, r. 227 Olive Av 
May E. Miss, secretary William H. Barnes, 

r. 812 California 
May W. Miss, teacher piano, r. 12 Liberty 
Nellie Miss, teacher Crocker Grammal* 
School, r. 329b Oak 
Armstrong Oil Burner Co. (John R. Armstrong 
and Cyrus L. Gates), 133 Market, rooms 
4-5 
" Patrick H., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., 

r. 612 Polk 
" Peter, seaman, r. 47 Federal 
" Philo J.^ carriage maker O'Brien & Sons, r. 

143, 8th 
" Richard B., stockbroker, r. 133 Liberty 
" Richard F., manager Mme. A. Ruppert, r. 

26% Kearny 
" Robert, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 802 

Sierra 
" Samuel C, salesman Eugene Korn, r. 1012 

Oak 
" T. E. Mrs., nurse Alms House 
" Thomas G., capitalist, r. 404 McAllister 
Armstrong Thomas W., manufacturers' agent, 
308 Market, room 15, r. 13 Liberty 
" Truman B., tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. 625 Walnut Av 
" William, clerk adjutant-general's office 

dept. California, r. Berkeley 
" William, elevator man, r. 615 Minna 
" William, policeman, r. 3617 Sutter 
" William E., molder McCormick Bros., r. 821 

Webster 
" William F., painter, r. 404 McAllister 
" William H., dentist, 651 Vallejo, room 5 
" William H., groceries and liquors, 1723 Mar- 
ket, r. 34 Glen Park 
" William J., dept. manager O'Connor, Mof- 

fatt & Co., r. 712% Taylor 
" William S., bookkeeper Easton, Eldridge 

& Co., r. 1004b Golden Gate Av 
" William V., clerk Goodyear Rubber Co., r. 

935% Howard 
" W. Wallace, accountant, 508 California, 
room 28, r. 814 Fulton 
Armstrong & Bacon (Edwin W. Armstrong and 
Charles A. Bacon), proprietors Model 
Music Store, 735 Market 
Armstrong & De Guerre (George R. Armstrong 
and Albert S. J. De Guerre), printers 
and blank book manufacturers, 404 Mont- 
gomery 
Army Headquarters U. S., dept. of California. 
4th floor Phelan Bldg 
" of Heaven at Hand, Stephen Maybell gen- 
eral, headquarters N s Channel nr 9th 

ARNAUD ALBERT, 

importer and dealer in foreign and 
native wines and liquors, NW cor 
Grant Av and Post, r. 1607 Clay 

Arnaud Mary C, widow, r. 931 Post 
" Victor L., bookkeeper Mohns & Kalten- 
bach, r. 921 Post 
Arnberg Andrew, assistant foreman tinsmith 

Union I. Wks. 
Arnberger Frank, operator Pac. Postal Tel. Co., 
r. 140 Tremont Av 
" Theodore R., pressman, r. 1101 Montgomery 
Arndt Edward, tailor, r. 529%, 6th 
" Emil, restaurant, 106, 3d, r. 100%, 2d 
" Frank, brewer, r. 724 Harrison 
" Frederick, oartender Rohlffs & Gerdau, r. 

938 Mission 
" Joseph, cook John Jensen, r. 347 Jessie 
Arnerich George, oysterman R. J. Techau & 

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Arnett John, r. 2507 Washington 

>e®= Arnett. See Arnott 

Arney George, clerk Cal. Title Ins. and Trust 

Co., r. 1115 Shotwell rear 
" James G., carpenter, r. 1115 Shotwell rear 
Arnhelm Abraham, salesman Son Bros. & Co. 
" Charles L.,boxmakerYosemite Flour Mills, 

r. 313a Clementina 
" Fannie, widow, r. 8 Steuart 
" Gustav S., clerk S. S. Arnhelm, r. 8 Steuart 
" Herman S., insurance agent, r. 8 Steuart 
" Joseph, clerk Mrs. N. J. Franklin, r. 1237 

Ellis 
" Julius S., druggist. 8 Steuart, r. 256 Perry 
- " Laura Miss, r. 8 Steuart 
" S. S., nautical supplies, 8 Steuart 
" William S., watchmaker, 8 Steuart, r. Ala- 
meda 
Arnhold Benjamin, cashier Louis Sloss & Co., r. 

2930 Sacramento 
" Hugo, salesman Crown Distilleries Co., r. 

1416 Sutter 
Arnke Henry, liquors, SW cor 2d and Jessie, r. 

45, 2d 
" Joseph, bartender H. Arnke, r. 45, 3d - 
Arnold Albert, waiter, r. 613 Mission 
" Albert, wood carver Fink & Schindler, r 

530 Haight 
" Albert H., bartender August H. Korber 

r. 337 Haight 
" Amelia Miss, photographer Burnett & Slat 

tery, r. 105 Chattanooga 
" Anna P., widow, r. 127 Arlington 
Arnold Austin, secretary Hawley Bros. Hard 

ware Co., SW cor Market and Beale, r 

413 Van Ness Av 
" Benjamin E. (Hastings & Arnold), r. 416!^ 

Larkin 
Arnold Brothers (Harry B. and William G.), 

groceries, 949 Valencia 
" C, traveling salesman, r. 106 Eddy 
" Caleb, r. 712, 21st 
" C. H. Jr., second lieutenant 5th Artillery, 

U. S. A., r. Presidio 
" Charles, dishwasher, r. Pioneer House, foot 

Larkin 
" Charles S., r. 411 Cole 
" Cyrus M., manager Western Land Co., 640 

Market, r. 1011 Haight 
" Daniel, r. 666 Minna 
" Edward H., dairyman, University nr Silli- 

man 
" Elmo A., brakeman, r. 416% Larkin 
<' Emil, cook, r. 12b Sheridan 
" Ernestine J. Miss, teacher Hamilton 

Grammar School, r. 2011 Devisadero 
" Florence A., widow, r. 532 Polk 
■" Florence A., widow, decorator, 1022 Sutter 
" Francis W., r. 827 Hayes 
" Frank, clerk Railway Mail Service, r. Oak- 
land 
" Frank, porter Louis Anderson & Co. 
" Frank K., cigars and tobacco, 801 Market, 

r. 219 Grant Av 
" Frederick, seaman revenue str Bear 
" Frederick J., agent bicycles, 7 Flood Bldg, 

r. 40 Erie 
" Fremont C, carpenter, r. 815 York 
^' George, traveling salesman, r. 323 Sutter 
" George A., tanner, r. cor Vermont and 20th, 

Potrero 
" George H., manager, r. 11 Dearborn 
" Gottlieb R., r. 3506 Mission 
" Harry B. (Arnold Bros.), r. 712, 21st 
" H. E., wiper, r. 2043y2 Harrison 
Arnold Henry A., secretary Phelps & Arnold, 

220-222 Mission, r. 812, 15th 
" Henry G., cutter L. Jonas & Bro., r. 55754 

Minna 
" Herbert F., foreman, r. 1036 McAllister 
" Hermann, dishwasher German Hospital 
" Hugo, merchant, r. 1416 Sutter 
" James, blacksmith, r. 1042 Mission 
Arnold J. Dennis, physician, practice limited 

to diseases of eye, ear, nose and throat, 

consultation hours 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 5 

p. m., tel Main 439, ofBce and r. 530 Sutter 
" John, clerk E. C. Dailey, r. 127 Arlington 
" Joseph, r. 1733 San Carlos Av 




Arnold Kate L., widow, r. 33181/4 Fillmore 

" Laura D. Miss, stenographer Arpad Har- 
aszthy, r. 22I81/2 Fillmore 

" Lelia E. Miss, librarian branch Free Pub- 
lic Library, 1126 Kentucky, r. 711 Ten- 
nessee 

" Mary Miss, artist, r. 108 Chattanooga 

" Mary V. Miss, teacher Chinese Primary 
School, r. 2011 Devisadero 

" Matthew, teacher Cal. School of Mechani- 
cal Arts, r. 733 Minnesota 

" Ninian J., carpenter John Trounson, r. W s 
2d Av bet Sacramento and Lake 

" Noah S. (N. S. Arnold Hardware Co.), r. 
Oakland 
Arnold N. S. Hardware Co. (N. S. Arnold), 
manufacturers' agent, 23 Davis, room 11 

" Olive, widow, r. 1108 Sacramento 

" Otto, clerk London and San Francisco 
Bank 

" Richard, r. St. Mary's Hospital 

" Rufus W., teamster, r. 3631 Folsom 

" Sophia Miss, cashier Bass-Hueter Paint 
Co., r. 23181/i Fillmore 

" Thomas C, boot and shoe agent, 126 
Kearny, room 50, r. 413 Lott 

" Thomas H., compositor W. A. Woodward 
& Co., r. 6 Monroe 

" Thomas P. J., driver chemical engine 5, 
r. 1804 Stockton 

" William, marine engineer, r. 157% Dore 

" William, pressman, r. Prentiss nr Pow- 
hattan 

" William, tanner, r. cor Vermont and 30th, 
Protrero 

" William G. (Arnold Bros.), r. 717, 21st 

" William L., clerk North German Fire Ins. 
Co., r. Oakland 

" William S., machinist, r. 532 Polk 

" & Walsh (Lawrence F. Walsh), men's fur- 
nishing goods, 32, 6th 
Arnott Bridget, widow, r. 11 Precita Av 

" James, carpenter, r. 517 Noe 

" John, bricklayer, r. 803 Church 

" Otto, waiter, r. 711 Folsom 

" Thomas, r. 118b Clara 
4®" Arnott. See Arnett 

Arnstein Ludwig (Stein, Simon & Co.), r. 1610 
Franklin 

" Ludwig, cloth merchant, r. 1610 Franklin 
4®= Arnstein. See Aronstein 
Aroldt Max, painter, r. 418% Fell 
Aroll Andrew, waiter Peter Malone, r. 340, 3d 
Aron Albert (Aron Freres), r. 1427 Post 

" Freres (Albert and Jules), shirt manufact- 
urers, 311 Sutter 

" Jules (Aron Freres), r. Nogales, Arizona 

" Leopold, fresco painter, r. 933 Post 

" Maurice, fresco painter, r. 933 Post 

" Morris, cigar manufacturer, 217%, 3d 
4®=- Aron. See Aaron 

Aronade F. Eugene, electrician, 1826 Devisa- 
dero 
Arone Joseph, shoemaker. Mission nr Silver Av 
Aronsohn Martin A., r. 5 Monroe 

" Siegmund, r. 5 Monroe 
Aronson Abraham, office 410 Post, r. 1720 Sacra- 
mento 

" Abraham, r. Pacific Hebrew Home 

" Bernard, cashier Robert L. Toplitz & Co., 
r. 47 Post 

" Charles S., bookkeeper Anglo-American 
Crockery and Glassware Co., r. 1928 Bush 

" David, r. 930 Larkin 

" Frank, traveling salesman Rosenthal, 
Feder & Co., r. Alameda 






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Aronson George, loan office, 126 Kearny, room 9, 
r. 17021/2 Buchanan 
" Isadore, fruits and vegetables, 18 Grand 

Central Market, r. 517 Grove 
" Kate, widow, r. cor Elsie and Cortland Av 
" Max, traveling salesman A. L. Bryan Shoe 

Co., r. 197 Hyde 
" Moses, expressman, r. 1234, 26th 
" Moses, teamster Aronson Furniture Co., r. 

431 Jersey 
" Philip N. (B. Blumenthal & Co.), r. 1314 
Geary 
4®" Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn 
Aronstein Adolph, physician, 30 Post, r. 1616 
Sutter 
" Charles W., clerk, r. 1616 Sutter 
>8®= Aronstein. See Arnstein 
Arp Charles W., insurance agent, r. 130 CoUing- 

wood 
Arpe Charles, butcher G. B. Cardinelli, r. 447 

Broadway 
Arper Annie Miss, saleslady Michels & Wand, 
r. 125 Capp 
" Thomas, engineer Central Lumber and 
Mill Co., r. 125a Capp 
Arposto Andrew, restaurant, 121, 5th 
Arragni Achille, bartender I. Cuenin, r. 823V2 
Vallejo, rear 
" Giovanni, waiter I. Cuenin, r. 1339 Dupont 
Arrambide John, cattleman, r. NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Powell 
Arrighi Senesi (Pierini & Arrighi), r. 110 Pa- 
cific 
Arrighini Joseph, r. 249 Pacific 
Arrillaga Santiago, teacher music, r. 2315 Jack- 
son 
Arrington Nicholas T., bookkeeper, r. 25 John 
" William, mining, 405 Montgomery, room 5, 



Arriola Edward F., photographer, r. 2016 Hyde 
Arrivee Bertha, widow, r. 3 City Hall Av 
Arrouge Eugene, dyer, r. 822 Jessie 
Arroussez Frank, cook, r. 123 Prospect PI 
" John P., cook Jose Pages, r. 123 Prospect 
PI 
Arrowage Frank, helper T. J. Moynihan, r. 825 

Jessie 
Arroyo Ricardo, student, r. 1223 McAllister 
Arspt John, cook International Hotel 
Art Association San Francisco, SE cor Cali- 
fornia and Mason 
" Students' League, Miss Julia Heynemann 
secretary, 8 Montgomery Av 
Artana Luigi (C. Biagini & Co.), r. 5 Vincent 
Artaud Gustave, cook, r. 4 Adelaide PI 
Arteche Frank, sawytrr Union Box Factory, r. 

1417 Powell 
Arter Elbert E., salesman, r. 1407 Baker 
•' Norman R., salesman Goldberg, Bowen & 
Co., r. 1407 Baker 
Artesian Water Works (Alameda), Ivey L. Bor- 
den superintendent, office 510 Commer- 
cial 
Astez John, baker, r. 1206'4 Kearny 
Arthur Charles, surgeon str City of Panama 
" Chester, r. 360 Brannan 
" Fannie, widow, r. 360 Brannan 
" George Mrs., r. 540 McAllister 
" George F., barber, r. 840 Valencia 
" Joseph, actor, r. 426 Natoma 
" Joseph, laborer, r. 8 De Haro 
" J. W., r. 3 Everett 
Articary Michael, carpenter and builder, 1803 

Powell 
Artigues Charles A., collector Bayle, Lacoste 
& Co., r. 1227, 5th Av South 



Artigues Emile, manager Bayle, Lacoste & Co., 

18 Bay City Market, r." 1214 McAllister 
Artigues Joseph E.. phvsician and surgeon, 623 
Vallejo, r. 220 Chestnut 
" Marie, widow, r. 220 Chestnut 
" Marius, inspector U. S. Customs, r. 220 
Chestnut 
Artist Dennis, paper hanger, r. 268 Jessie 
Artistic Decoration Company (Keyaert & Man- 
etta), plaster decorations, 253 Stevenson 
Artot August, buyer, r. 33 Belvedere 
Artoux Germaine, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 
Tanning Co., r. 6th Av South nr Rail- 
road Av 
Artslmovitch Vladimir A., consul Russia, 418 
California, rooms 9-10, r. Paciflc-Union 
Club 
Artu Henry, cook. r. 4 Adelaide PI 
Artz Joseph, butcher Katz & Sons, r. Ahlborn 

House 
Arundell William T., cigars and tobacco, 305^4 

California, r. 204 Fair Oaks 
Arvidson August, clerk E. K. Wood Lumber Co., 
r. 1403 Sanchez 
•' J. A. Mrs., r. American Exchange Hotel 
Arvigi Antonio (Delucchi & Arvigi), r. 422 Val- 

lejo rear 
Arzarve Juan, pressman George H. Tay Co., r. 

405 Green 
Arzberger Joseph, foreman Bissinger & Co., r. 

2429 Bryant Av 
Arzner Louis A., bartender, r. 1220, 22d 
Asal Adolf, brush manfacturer, 1523 Mission 
Asalina Dominica, r. Visitacion Valley nr 6- 

Mile House 
Asals John, masseur, 91 St. Ann's Bldg 
Asbeck August, photographer, 1140 Market 
Asbestos Parafilne Co., L. Gustaf Schroeder 
president and manager, W. A. Smith 
secretary, James H. Skelly vice-presi- 
dent, 131-1.35. 1st 
Asbestos Products Co. (Carroll B. and Donald 
R. Smith), asbestos materials, paints 
and boiler-pipe coverings, 128-130, 1st 
Asch Augusta, widow, tailoress Edward Davis, 
r. 176 Minna 
" Benjamin, ganger U. S. Internal Revenue, 

r. 8131/2 Geary 
" Frederick H., clerk, r. 2105 Mason 
" Isaac, barber William Asch, r. 465b Te- 
hama 
" Isidor, president Asch & Co., 101 Grant Av, 

r. 608 Guerrero 
" Louis, employee Cal. Fruit Evaporating 

Co., r. 11 Varennes 
" Phillip, barber William Asch, r. 456b 

Tehama 
" Simon, clerk Newman & Levinson, r. 1621 

Turk 
" Theresa H.. widow, r. 2105 Mason 
" William, barber, 215, 6th, r. 465b Tehama 
" & Co. (incorporated), Isidor Asch president, 
Isedore Danziger secretary, cigars and 
tobacco, 101 Grant Av 
4^"Asch. See Ash and Ashe 
Asche Charles, porter Lachman & Jacobi 
" Harry C. salesman Raphael Weill & Co., r. 

1323 Jackson 
" William L., r. 1005 Leavenworth 
Ascheck Henry F., draughtsman Dewey & Co., 

r. Alameda 
Ascheim William, cigars and tobacco, 400 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1090 Union 
>6®"Ascheim. See Aschheim 
Aschen Henry (Aschen & Propfe), r. 1330 Hayes 
" & Propfe (Henry Aschen and Charles 
Propfe), liquors, 1032 Market 
Ascher Henry D., clerk, r. 1401 Steiner 
" Samuel, peddler, r. ISYz Langton 
4S"Ascher. See Asher 
Aschheim Israel J., asst. secretary Board of 

Education, r. 409 Eddy 
4®"Aschheim. See Asheim 
Aschmann William (A schmann & Meyenborg), 
r. 7 Hyde 
" & Meyenborg (William Aschmann and 
August Meyenborg), groceries and 
liquors, SW cor Eddy and Taylor 
4®~ Aschmann. See Ashman 



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Ascliwander George, milker Bareilles Bros., r 

1238, 22d A.V South 
Ascroft Henry, car dispatcher Geary St. P. & O. 

RR Co., r. NE cor Pt. Lobes and 4th Av 
4®"Ascroft. See Ashcrolt 
Ash Clara, widow, r. 903 Larkin 
" Frederick, r. 2105 Mason 
" George D., eleotrotyper Filmer-RollinsCo., 

r. 11 Varennes 
" Gregory, laborer, r. 224, 18th 
" Harry, blacksmith H. Crockard's 

220, Yth 

" James, teamster A. A. Newbert, r. 224, 18th 
" Leo, insurance broker, 204 Sansome, r. 

Turk 

" Lot, peddler, r. 708 San Jose Av 
" M. Miss, stenographer Cal. Wine Assn. 
" Mary, widow, r. 9 Varennes 
" Mary, widow, r. 615, 3d 
" May, domestic, 2394 Howard 
" Rachael L. Miss, teacher Lincoln Evening 

School, r. 809 Turk 
" Richard, groceries and liquors, 755 Howard 
Ash Robert (Ash & Mathews), attorney at law, 

601 California, r. 1119, 17th 
" Stephen W., carrier Report, r. 729^;^ Clem- 
entina 
" Thomas, r. 9 Varennes 
Ash & Mathews (Robert Ash and Hiram W. 

Mathews), attorneys at law, 601 Cali- 
fornia 
;gS-Ash. See Asch and Ashe 
Ashburner "William Mrs., widow, r. 1014 Pine 
Ashby Albert S., conductor, r. 510 Shrader 
" Hirst, bootblack Frank Harris, r. 115, 2d 
" John W., teamster Gray Bros., r. 712 Na- 

toma 
Ashcroft Julia, widow, r. 738a Valencia 
" William, rattan worker, r. 371 Jessie 
" William H.,r. 816, 20th 
Ashden Matthais, blacksmith Joshua Hendy 

Machine Wks., r. Connecticut bet 22d 

and 23d 
Ashe A. Sidney, 502 Safe Deposit Bldg, r. 2315 

Sacramento 
" Caroline L., widow, r. 2315 Sacramento 
" Fannie, stenographer D. N. & E. Walter & 

Co., r. 903 Larkin 
" Gaston M., attorney at law, 502-504 Safe 

Deposit Bldg, r. 2315 Sacramento 
" George, molder Filmer-RoUins Electro. 

Co., r. 11 Varennes 
" James, assistant O'Connor, Moffatt&Co., 

r. 3415 Mission 
" J. H., carpenter Harbor Commissioners 
" John H., laborer, r. 220, 7th 
" Mathew, bartender, r. 3415 Mission 
^' Matthew, domestic St. Dominic's Monas- 
tery 
" Matthew, porter H. S. Crocker Co., r. 656i4 

Natoma 
" Patrick, warehouseman S. H. Frank & Co., 

r. 807 York 
" Richard, messenger Anglo-Californian 

Bank, r. 591 Baker 
" R. Porter, attorney at law, .502-503 Safe 

Deposit Bldg, r. Bohemian Club 
" Thomas, laborer J. W. Ferris, r. 1 Rivoli 

Av 
" W. L., insurance broker, 506 Safe Deposit 

Bldg, r. 1(X)5 Leavenworth 
4®" Ashe. See Ash and Asch 
Ashelman A. D., r. 3914 Dore 
Ashenfelter Andrew M., clerk W. Loaiza & Co., 

r. 1431 Valencia 
Asher Adolph, r. 13211/2 Golden Gate Av 
" Albert, cashier Garcia & Maggini, r. 611 

Taylor 
" Alexander B., r. 217 Fair Oaks 
" Asher F., gents furnishings and hats, 305 

Grant Av., r. 1929/2 Sutter 
" Bruno K., r. 1321 14 Golden Gate Av 
" Charles L. (Stone, Stanton & Co.), r. The 

Baldwin 
" Daniel, shirt manufacturer, r. 152 Waller 
" Eugene, gripman Cal. St. RR, r. 1908 

Larkin 
" Herman, cutter Meyer Bros., r. 446'/^ Na- 
toma 




Asher Hugo K., attorney at law, 508 California, 

rooms 32 and 35, r. 13211/2 Golden Gate Av 
" Isaac, tanner Legallet-Hellwig Tanning 

Co., r. 26211/4 Harrison 
" Isaac J., stock clerk M. Friedman & Co., r. 

4131/4 Octavia 
" IsadorK., salesman, r. 1321 Golden Gate 

Av 
" Jacob, r. 611 Taylor 
" Jacob, tailor, 426 Geary 
" Marx, clerk Greenbaum & Co., r. 13211/4 

Golden Gate Av 
" Maurice L., attorney at law, 515-516 Em- 
porium Bldg, r. 731 Eddy 
" Max, salesman L. & G. Brenner, r. 611 

Taylor 
•' Minnie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 413i/4 Octavia 
" Morris, painter, r. 413J4 Octavia 
" Phillip, blacksmith Chris. Anderson, r. 

1514 Lang ton 
" Rachel, widow, r. 67^ Henry 
" Ralph, butcher, r. 43714 Tehama 
" Sam E., wines and liquors, NW cor Geary 

and Fillmore, r. 127 Olive Av 
" Simon, r. 107 Trenton 
" W., r. 418 Ellis 
" William, salesman A. F. Asher, r. 1929J4 

Sutter 
1^3" Asher. See Ascher 
Asherson Emil, collector, r. 1830 Sutter 

" Louis, r. 1830 Sutter 
Ashford Charles W., agent Mutual Reserve 

Fund Life Assn. (of N. Y.), r. E. Oakland 
" Clarence W., attornev at law, 23 Mills 

Bldg, 4th floor, r. 707^ Hyde 
" Josephine Miss, r. 18 Essex 
" Parker J., sign painter Swan & Stein, r. 341 

Mississippi 
Ashhorn William, baker, r. 724 Mission 
Ashim Barach J., druggist, 531, 4th 

" M. A.Mrs., r. 1530 Ellis 
Ashland The, Mrs. Ellen Long proprietor, 108 

McAllister 
" Woolen Mills, J. W. Collins agent, 516-518 

Market 
Ashley Albert S., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

510 Shrader 
" Delos R., deckhand State Dredge No. 2, r. 

835, 17th 
" Dexter C, clerk auditing dept. Wells, 

Fargo & Co., r. Redwood City 
" George C, salesman H. S. Crocker Co., r. 

East Oakland 
" James H., aviary keeper Golden Gate Park 
" L. E., inspector Harbor Commissioners 
" Lucius W., painter, r. 418 Ellis 
Ashman John H., rigger Llewellyn Da vies, r. 13 

Douglass 
" Richard T., machinist William H. Eckley, 

r. 421c Natoma 
" William H.. messenger, r. 124 Silver 
" William T., janitor Bank of British Colum- 
bia, r. 421C Natoma 
" William T., stevedore, r. 124 Silver 
ii®"Ashman. See schmann 
Ashmead Gustavus S., carpenter and builder, 

1924 Bryant Av, r. 1920 Bryant Av 
" S. W. Mrs., varieties, 155, 11th 
Ashmore William E., bartender The Yosemite, 

r. 88, 9th 
Ashtenhagen Richard, upholsterer, r. 429 Ivy Av 
Ashton Charles ( Ash ton & Gardiner), r. 767 Capp 
" Charles, machine hand Siebe, Glanville 

Co., r. Oakland 
" Frank, real estate agent, 411 Montgomery, 

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Ashton George, carpenter South S. F. Tannery 
" George F., special ageni, Fireman's Fund 

Ins. Co., r. 1606 Larkin 
" George W. H., car worker Union I. Wks., 

r. 19 Hope 
" Harry T., carpet layer Chicago Clock Co., 

r. 1731 Lexington Av 
" Mary, widow, r. 2022 Taylor 
" Richard, seaman, r. 1003 Battery 
" The, Mrs. Lizzie Ayers proprietor, 112 

Taylor 
" William, fireman Pac. Power Co. 
" William J., clerk Allison, Nefl & Co., r. 

120 CoUingwood 
" William S., machinist, r. 8 Essex 

ASHTON & GARDINER 

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43-Ashton. See Aston 

Ashworth Frank P., dentist, 2337b Mission 

Asnworth Thomas, Superintendent Public 

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City Hall, 1st floor, r. 806 McAllister 
■' William, laborer, r. 247, 2d 
Asinder Thomas J., r. aS Whitney 
Askew George, laborer Pac. Saw Mfg. Co r 

545 Folsom 
Askin Harry, electrician, r. 412 McAllister, flat 2 
" J. B., traveling salesman Sanborn, Vail & 

Co., r. 314 Bush 
Askins Charles W., r. 7% McLea Court 

" Simon, watchman Grand Hotel 
Asklund Peter J., shoemaker, 1239 Folsom, r. 

29 Vz Moss 
Asman Otto E. (Bryant, Asman & Hahiri, r. 

1723 Haight 

■ William C, salesman, r. 1827 Stockton 

•• William F., instrument maker The A 

Lietz Co., r. 1827 Stockton 
Asmann Adolph, insurance broker, 204 Sansome 

r. 910 Washington 
" Adolph Jr.. clerk Philip Meyer, r. 910 

Washington 
" Hettie Miss, stenographer construction 

dept. Market St. Ry., r. 910 Washington 
Asmus Charles, cooper Lachman & Jacobi r 8 

Federal 
" John, r. 717 Webster 
Asmussen Adolph J., laborer Western Sugar 

Refinery, r. 827 Folsom 
'• Alfred, plumber J. L. E. Firmin, r. NE cor 

Shotwell and 26th 
•' Brothers (William P. and Gustave A.), 

liquors. 1160 Folsom 
" Charles L., law student, r. 401, 8th 

■ Charles W., tinsmith, r. NE cor Shotwell 

and 26th 

" George, lumber, hay and grain, 2813 Mis- 
sion, r. 914 Capp 

" George J., clerk postofflce, r. 16f Stanly PI 

" Gustave A. (Asmussen Bros.), r. 401, 8th 

" Thomas, seaman, r. 442 Clementina 

" W. A. Mrs., dry goods, 401. 8th 

" William, fireman Pac. Gas Imp. Co., r 3064 
Laguna 

" William, watchman Western Sugar Refi- 
nery, r. NE cor 26th and Shotwell 

" William A., deputy license collector, r. 401. 

" William P. (Asmussen Bros.), r. 401 8th 
Aspden George, reporter Examiner, r. 3.39 
Kearny 

" George, shipsmith, 114 King, r. Connecti- 
cut bet 23d and 23d, Potrero 



Aspden John, laborer, r. 28 Federal 
" Joseph, lamplighter S. F. Gas Light Co r 

1108 Oak 
" Matthias, blacksmith, r. Connecticut bet 

22d and 23d, Potrero 
" Minnie Miss, press feeder Dickman-Jones 
Co., r. Connecticut bet 23d and 2.3d Po- 
trero 
" Robert, r. 3-39 Kearny 
Aspe Martha, domestic, 2115 Howard 
Asper Bert, laborer, r. 209, 26th 
Asplund Adolph F., master schr Alice Kimball 
office 15 Steuart, r. 325, 1st 
" Algernon S., musician, r. 925 Hyde 
" Arthur A., machinist, r. 682 Clementina 
" Ernest (Jacoby, Gonsalves & Asplund), r. 

" John, r. 346, 4 th 
Assalino Salvatori, r. cor Harrison and Precita 

Av 
Assam A. L., proofreader Call 
Assembly Hall, L. Hinman proprietor, 1412 Polk 
Assembly Room, 7 Mills Bidg, 2d floor 
Assenti Basilio, vegetable peddler, r. 16 Merritt 

" Louie, vegetable peddler, r. 16 Merritt 
Assessor City and County, New City Hall 1st 

floor 
Assin Francis, dishwasher Jacques Mounter r 

616 Broadway rear 
Assion Joseph, r. 348, 3d 
Assis Frank, barber Joseph Goodman, r. 1614 

Pine 
Associated Charities, B. p. Flint president 

Miss Virginia Fitch general secretary 

rooms 601 Commercial 
Associated Insurance Companies, composed of 

Munich Re-insurance Co. limited (of 

Munich) and Alliance Insurance Co 

limited (of Berlin), Gutte & Frank man- 
agers, 303 California 
Associated Law and Adjustment Co., Albert 

E. Ye rex, C. F. Humphrey and Geo. W. 

Hollister special counselors, 719-720 

Spreckels Bldg 
Associated Press The (Western Division), John 

P. Dunning superintendent, 302 Mont- 
gomery, rooms 29-31 
Associated Veterans Mexican War. 22 O'Far- 

rell 
'• Wholesale Grocers of California, R. H- 

Bennett Jr. asst. secretary, 123 Califor 

nia, room 25 
Ast Eberhard L., chiropodist, r. 3439, 16th 
" Frederick J., butcher John Gottsche r 

3439, 16th 
Astbury Harry, salesman John Astburv, r 164 

9th J . , 

■' John, dry goods, 164, 9th 

ASTER GEORGE W., 

bookbinder and manufacturer fancy 
boxes and leather articles, 538 Califor- 
nia, r. 1115 1-2 Shotwell 

Astfelk George W., cook Dennis Dowd. r. 625 



Astiz Martin, candy maker Louis Ruffleux, r. 

1314Powell 
Aston Sarah E., widow, r. 411, 10th 
Astor Block, 631 Sacramento 
" House, Allais & Bodin proprietors, 522 
Pine 
Astorg Alphonse, meat market, 108, 5th, and 
proprietor Astorg Springs, Cobb Valley, 
Lake Co., Cal.,r. 108,5th 
■' Antonie, peddler, r. 23 Aileen Av 
" Marcellin, butcher Alphonse Astorg, r. 108, 
5th 
Astredo Abagail L., widow, r. 912^4 Valleio 

•■ Joseph C, r. 912i/^ Vallejo 
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, f.'r. ziel 

secretary and treasurer, 819 Market 
Atchinson B. M. & Co. (Mrs. C. M. Atchinson 
and Edward L. Cutten), dairy produce 
and provisions, 16, 17, 28 and 30 Centre 
Market 
" C. M. Mrs. (B. M. Atchinson & Co.), r. 
East Oakland 
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Atchison Frank, elevator man Merchants' Ex- 
change Bldg 
" Samuel, tinner Schuster Bros 
Atchison Samuel H., superintendent Schuster 
Bros., 306 Sutter, r. 838 Folsom 
" Silas A., elevator man, 131 Post, r. 781 Mis- 
sion 
" Thomas A., policeman, r. 2208b Larkin 
" William, carpenter, r. 754 Mission 
Aten Mathias C. (Aten & Falkenstein), r. 715, 
17th 
'• & Falkenstein (Mathias C. Aten and Chris- 
tian Falkenstein), blacksmiths, 752, 18th 
Athan Bernard, cook, r. 28 Sacramento 
Athanasiade Alexander M., elevator operator, 

26 O'Farrell, r. TZiV^ Howard 
Athanasiadou Eurydice Miss, bookkeeper D. G. 

Camarinos, r. 6 Jansen 
Athearn Charles G., shipping and commission 
merchant. Pier 4 Steuart, r. 1011 Treat 
Av 
" C. Horace, note teller The Crocker- Wool- 
worth National Bank, r. 313 Powell 
" E. L. Mrs., r. 1933 Howard 
" Mattie C. Miss, stenographer BostonWoven 
Hose and Rubber Co., r. 1923 Howard 
Athenaeum Literary and Social Society, 32 

O'Farrell 
Athenour Aime D., waiter J. M. Semeria, r. 930, 
13th Av South 
" Joseph, clerk J. JuUien & Co. 
" Madeline, widow, r. 151154 Powell 
Atherstone Thomas S., with Singer Mfg. Co., r. 
Oakland 
" Tom E., cashier Davis & Watson, r. Oak- 
land 
Atherton A. W., cashier R. M. Wood Co., r. 
1010% Leavenworth 
" Dwight C, salesman Sanborn, Vail & Co., 

r. 3426 Folsom 
" Fanny A., widow, r. 340, 3d 
" Frank, r. 1063 Mission 
" John J., r. 53, 11th 

" John W., driver X L Dairy, r. 842 Alabama 
" L. A. Mrs., chiropodist, 8, 6th 
" William T., canvasser, r. 53, 11th 
Athey Erwin E., r. 321 Cumberland 
" James L., carpenter, r. 321 Cumberland 
" Oliver, can maker D. Ghirardelli Co., r. 331 

Cumberland 
" Oscar P., r. .321 Cumberland 
Athias John, third officer str Coptic, r. 619 Fell 
Athol John, teamster William J. Greer, r. 337, 

14th 
Atkins Alburtis, advertising solicitor The 
Examiner, r. 725a 24th 
" Chester, with R. C. Atkins & Sons, r. 1348 

Hyde 
" Eben, porter Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, 

r. 415 Filbert 
" George, fireman, r. 739 Minna 
" George W., clerk Charles Lyons, r. 524 Eddy 
" Herman W., barber, r. 620 Folsom 
" James, seaman, r. 1003 Battery 
Atkins J. H. P., manager W. K. Vickery, 224 
Post, r. Oakland 
" John, laborer, r. 307 Chestnut 
" John, lumberman E. K. Wood Lumber Co., 

r. 304,3d 
" John H., dental student, r. 221 Blake 
" John J., molder, r. 524 Eddy 
" John J. Jr., teacher cornet, r. 524 Eddy 
" John P., bookmaker, r. 1913 Webster 
" Joseph, gripman, r. 419 Baker 
" Julia G. Miss, r. 2 Central Court 
" L. G. Fitch, salesman, r. 1348 Hyde 
" Mattie C, widow, r. 221 Blake 
" Milton H., physician and surgeon, 1014 
Valencia 

ATKINS R. C. & SONS 

(Rotoert C. Atkins), men's furnishers 
and shirtmakers, agents Dr. Jaeger's 
underwear, 123-125 Montgomery 

Atkins Robert, conductor Geary St. RRCo., r. 
331 Blake 
" Roberto. (R. C.Atkins & Sons), r. 1348Hyde 
" Robert S., with R. C. Atkins & Sons, r. 
Alameda 




Atkins William, horseman, r. 43, 6th 
" William G. (Atkins & Adams), r. Berkeley 
" & Adams (W. G. Atkins and J. T. Adams), 
book and job printers, 321 Davis 
Atkinson A., clerk sta. D postofBce, r. 915 
Geary 
" Anna Miss, dressmaking, 1516 Mission 
" David, carpenter str City of Puebla 
" David, laundryman Occidental Hotel 
" David R., clerk Commercial Union Assur- 
ance Co., r. 11 Clementina 
" David W.. mill hand, r. 112 Harriet 
" Edgar L. (Thomas T.Atkinson &Co.),r. 

1444 McAllister 
" Edwin v., conductor, r. 11 Alpine 
" Frank, clerk W. F. Friedhofer, r. 1516 Mis- 
sion 
" Frank, engineer, r. 2754 Oak Grove Av 
" George E., lumber, 314 California 
Atkinson George F., proprietor California Wood 
Novelty Works, 1119 Market, r. 11 Clem- 
entina 
" H., laborer Pac. Roll. Mills 
" Hannah Mrs., r. 1516 Mission 
" Harry L., bookkeeper Page, McCutchen & 

Eells, r. 808 Leavenworth 
" Henry, painter, r. 25 Clementina 
" Henry W., engineer, r. 913 Fulton 
" Herbert, teamster, r. 6 Juniper 
" James, seaman, r. 1001 Battery 
" John, machinist, r. 135, 10th 
" Joseph A., mill hand, r. 112 Clinton 
" Lizzie Mrs., r. 246, 6th 
" Maggie Miss, stenographer and typewriter. 

r. 1516 Mission 
" Mary H. Miss, bookkeeper Otto Berman. 

r. 1516 Mission 
" Oliver M., nurse, r. 3410Ji Sacramento 
" Philip Q., special officer Hornlein Bros., r. 

613 Shotwell rear 
" Ralph, laborer, r. 15 Minna 
" Rose H., widow, r. 371 Minna 
" Sarah Mrs., nurse, r. 37^4 Oak Grove Av 
Atkinson T. E., public accountant, 419 Cali- 
fornia, room 2, r. 1923 Vallejo 
" Thomas, carpenter, r. 142i/2, 4th 
" Thomas J., hoseman Engine No. 29, r. 112 
Clinton 
Atkinson Thomas T., grain broker. 337 Pine, r. 

1444 McAllister 
Atkinson Thomas T. & Co. (Edgar L. Atkin- 
son), stock brokers, 337 Pine 
" Walter, seaman, r. 31 Broadway 
" Walter S.. draughtsman Union I. Wks., r. 

2714 Oak Grove Av 
" William, shipper Occidental Foundry, r. 

532 Howard 
^' William, clerk General Freight Office S. P. 

Co., r. 1747 Mission 
" William J., carpenter, r. 35 Ford 
e^' AtkinsoQ. See Acheson, Ackeson, Aitchi- 

son and Atchinson 
Atlantic and Pacific Fast Freight Line, H. C. 
Bush manager, H. H. Francisco agent, 
S. W. Cushman cashier, 61 Chronicle 
Bldg 
Atlantic and Pacific Railroad Co., h. c. Bush 
general freight agent, 61 Chronicle Bldg, 
John L. Truslow asst. general passetger 
agent, 644 Market 
" Brush Co. (James C. and Robert Blair), 
brushes and feather dusters, 510 Mont- 
gomery 
" Comb Co., Goodyear Rubber Co. agents, 

577-579 Market 
■ Dynamite Co. The, 38 Luning Bldg 



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Atlantic Fish Co. , dried and pickled flsh, Thomas 
J. Knowles agent, 305 Front 
" Free Warehouse, C. H. Oilman & Co. pro- 
prietors, SE cor Battery and Broad vay 
Atlantic Publishing Co., Boelim & McLennan 
managers, 50.St. Ann's B dg 
" Straw Worl5s, David C. Braid proprietor, 

manufacturer straw hats, 104, 5th 
" U. S. Bonded Tea Warehouse, C. H. Gil- 
man & Co. proprietors, SE cor Battery 
and Broadway 
" U. S. Bonded Warehouse, C. H. Oilman & 

Co. proprietors, 718 Battery 
■ Washing Machine Co., Joseph Wood man- 
ager, 191 Hyde 
Atlas Assurance Co. (of London, Eng.), Frank 
J. Devlin manager, 309-311 Sansome 
" Building and Loan Association, Nathan 
Schlesinger secretary 304 Montgomery 

ATLAS IRON WORKS, 

ENGINEERS AND IRON FOUNDERS, 
Patrick Noble president, Frank Lester 
superintendent, W. J. Miller secre- 
tary, manufacturers of shop, mill, 
mining and road macbinery, NE cor 
Napa and Louisiana, Potrero, tele- 
phone Jessie 341 
Atlas Tack Corporation, J. L. Hobart agent 

45, 2d 
Ally Willi im, salesman S. J. Friedlaiider & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Attell Coleman, pawnbroker, 103, 3d, r. 131-2 
Buchanan 
" Jacob, plumber, r. 46'/4 Clementina 
" Joseph, pawnbr ker, 255, 3d 
'• Joseph H. (S. Attell & Son), r. 805 Leaven- 
worth 
" Meyer, glazier, r. 255, 31 
" S. & Son (Seymour and Joseph H. Attell) 

merchant tailors, 419 Spreckels Bide 
" Seymour (S. Attell & Son), r. 805 Leaven- 
worth 
Atthowe Reginald, clerk Bulletin, r. 1924 Union 
" William C, bookkeeper Daniel Keefe, r 713 

York 
" William J., 4th officer str Coptic, r. 1924 
Union 
Attinger Adolph, stereotyper, r. 1037 Noe 
" Christian, tailor W. F. Attinger r 412 

McAllister 
" George J., trimmer Joseph T. Poheim r 

228 Clipper 
" John, tailor, r. 1037 Noe 
" W. Frederick, tailor, 1130 Turk 
Attle Joseph, poultry raiser, 304 Sweeney 
Attorney City and County, New City Hall 

third floor 

Attorney District, New City Hall, second floor 

Attorney General State of California, William 

F Fitzgerald, oflice 419 California, rooms 

18-20 

Attorney United States, Henry s. Foote, U S 

Appraisers' Bldg, room 61 
Attorneys Free Kindergarten, Miss Sarah L 

Hunt principal, 535 Castro 
Attridge Allen, cartman Harbor Commission- 
ers, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
" Arthur, shoemaker, r. 210 Noe 
" Edmund J., porter, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
" Ellen Miss, r. Our Lady's Home 
" James, painter, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
" James, porter Oregon Lodging House, 641 

Commercial 
" John, machine operator, r. 13051/4 Broadway 
" John G., shoemaker, r. 2005 Leavenworth 



Attridge Joseph, plumber, r. W s Tennessee bet 
Butte and Solano 
" Thomas, laborer, r. 28 Garden, rear 
" Thomas J., r. 3005 Leavenworth 
" William J., law student Young & Powers, 
r. 2005 Leavenworth 
Attrig Maggie, widow, r. 1305 Broadway 
Attwood Melville, consulting and mining ena-i- 
neer, 402 Montgomery, room 29, r. Berke- 
ley 
" Peter, painter, r. 214, 3d 
" William, sign painter, 656 Mission 
*kB-Attwood. See Atwood 
A tuba Bernardo, r. 813 Van Ness Av 
Atwater Cortez L., shipping clerk Henry Bern- 
hard & Co., r. 708 Montgomery 
■• Herbert G. C, blacksmith H. B. Schindler 

r. 348 Fremont 
" Louis, printer Abramson-Heunisch Co , r 

1057 Folsom 
" Louis, lithographer, r. 1057 Folsom 
" M. G. Mrs., foreladv Henry Bernhard & 

Co., r. 708 Montgomery 
" William E. (Roger & Atwater), r. 728 Sut- 
ter 
" William L., carpenter, r. 1057 Folsom 
Atwell Lilly, widow, r. 122 Grove 
Atwood A. L., attorney at law, 330 Pine, rooms 
38-30, r. 743 Pine 
" Amelia J., widow, r. 673, 30th 
" Edward N., superintendent California 
agencies Union Mutual Life Ins. Co., 
419 California, rooms 1-3 
" Ernest C, engineer Pac. Coast Syrup Co., 

r. Golden Gate, Cal. 
" George E., salesman Anspacher Bros., r 

137 Perry 
" George E. Jr., clerk James H. Gates & Son, 

r. 127 Perry 
" Grace E. Miss, r. 1421 Bush 
" H. R., Port Warden, office Clay St. Wharf 

r. East Oakland 
" John A., harness maker, r. 127 Perry 
" Lillie Miss, saleslady, r. 673, 20th 
" Robert B., lineman Pac. Tel. & Tel. Co. r 

35, 13th 
" William A., dentist, 12 Murphy Bldg 
" William H., laborer, r. 105 Berry 
" William W. (Atwood & Co.), r. Oakland 
" & Co. (William W. Atwood and Charles W 
Keith), wood engravers, 508 Montgom- 
ery, room 23 
At zero th Edlef (H. Atzeroth & Co. and H. & E 
Atzeroth), r. 1619 Howard 
" Frederick W. H. (Atzeroth & Bendel), r. 

13011/2 Buchanan 
" H. & Co. (Henry and Edlef Atzeroth), 

liquors, SE cor 10th and Howard 
" H. & E. (Henry and Edlef Atzeroth), 

liquors, 151, 10th 
" Henry (H. Atzeroth & Co. and H. & E. 

Atzeroth), r. 40b Erie 
•' Henry B., clerk R. Rohde & Co., r. \mi 

Buchanan 
" & Bendel (Frederick W. H. Atzeroth and 
Louis Bendel), liquors, NW cor Sacra- 
mento and East 
Auber Daniel, bartender Frank Pedelie, 644 Sac- 
ramento 
Aubert Albert, delicacies, 827 Pacific, r. 120'^ 
Trenton PI 
" Albert, gardener Louis H. Pottet, r. 

Nebraska nr Cortland Av 
" Lucien J., exchange clerk London, Paris 
and American Bank, r. 1314 O'Farrell 
Aubertin Charles, carpenter, r. 974 Folsom 

" George A., barber, 516, 6th 
Aubin August H., cigars and tobacco, 1 Grant 

Av, r. 621 Larkin 
Aubrey Charles, teamst