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MANAGER OF ESTATES 
APPRAISER 

UNSURPASSED BARGAINS IN MEXICO 

COFFEE, CACAO, RUBBER, VANILLA, ETC. 



E. E. BUNCE 

Country and Business Property 

MINING PROPERTIES AND EXPLORATION GO'S. 



17 WILLIAMS STREET 
GLEN FALLS 

NEW YORK 



908 BROADWAY 

OAKLAND, CAL. 
Telephone Blue 815 



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

Associate Offices in All the Leading Cities of the United States 



HENRY LUND & CO. 

..iporters, Shipping and Commission Mcrchanis 

AGENTS FOR 

RELIANCE MARINE INSURANCE CO., Limited 

Off LIVERPOOL 



ROYAL SWEDISH AND NORWEGIAN CONSULATE 




General Agency for Det Norske Veritas 



214 CALiF-ORrsiiA Street 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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

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THE "GOLDEN GATE" GAS ENGINE 




Is not a newcomer, but has not been advertised 
in the papers as some others ; but if you are in 
need of a Gas Engine, just ask anyone who ever 
had anything to do with them, and they will 
tell you .... 

Get the Golden Gate f 

Uses Gas or Gasoline 

Awarded Silver Medal, and First Premium, at 
Mechanics' Institute, 1891 and 1893, and State Fair, r 



HADE AND SOLD BY 



Adam Schilling & Sons 

211-213 MAIN STREET 



Telephone, MAIN 1318 



SAN FRANCISCO 



The " Golden Gate " is made strictly according to its 
own Letters Patent issued 



SOMETHING NEW and RELIABLE 




MAGNESIA 




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

Important to ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS and OWNERS 

I. X. MERBEZZ/S SAFETY CHIMXET 

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 
composed of Magnesia, Asbestos and Fire-proof Mineral 
Fibre. 

ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS AND OWNERS 
about to erect New Buildings, when anything in the 
shape of a Safety Chimnet/ 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. 

Mastic Roofing and Paint 

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 attended to. 

739 BRANNAN ST., San Francisco, Cal. 
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Jackson's 

New Vertical 

Compound Pump 

Recommended for high 
lilts, raising water Irom 
100 to 200 feet. 

Perfectly Balanced and 
made to pump any amount 
of water desired. 

Write for Circular. 



I Byron Jachson Machine Worhs 




625 SIXTH STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 



" WHIRLPOOL" 

CENTRIFUGAL 

PUMPS 

OF ANY 

CAPACITY, FOR 

EVERY DUTY 

Send for 
Catalogue No. 75 



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p. FOB DEEP PITS 



PUMPS 

ORCHARD TRUCKS. GRAPE CRUSHERS, 
WINE PRESSES. WINE FILTERS 

Up-to-Date Repair SUop for aU kinds of Pumps and 
Other Machinery 




Patent Centrifugal, Steam and 
Power Pumping Machinery 



ENGINES 
ELEVATORS 
SHAFTING 
HANGERS and 
PULLEYS 



PRINTERS' and 
BOOKBINDERS' 
MACHINERY 




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IT WILL PAY YOU TO QET OUR PRICES 

I. L. BURTON MACHINE WORKS 

115-117- FIRST STREET 



WESTERN FOUNDRY 



MORTON & HEDLEY. Proprietors 



Gasfing|s 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER 



Telephone 
BLACK ISOS 



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234 FREMONT STREET 



Bet Howard and Polsom Sts. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



DIBECTOSS-AUSTm C. TUBBS ALFRED S. T0BBS HERMAN A, TCBBS W B TUBBS 

CHARLES W. KELLOGG, Secretary 



TUBBS eORDflGE e©. 

(Founded In 1S56. Incorporated April, 1889) 
rianufacturers ol All Sizes of ... 

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

607-613 Front Street 

... SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



lA/ELCH <fe CO. 

imporrers, Shipping ond Commission Merciianis 

220 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

AGENTS 

Victoria Lumber and Manufacturing Co., Chemainus, British Columbia 
and Planters' Line to Honolulu 

Represented by .^__^__^ 

WELCH. ACKEELEY & CO., 18 Water Street. Liverpool, England 

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



JOHN H. BURNS 

BOAT BUILDER 

STEAM LAUNCHES A SPECIALTY 
Boats of Every Description Built to Order and 

Constantly on Hand 
Orrleis tftki-n lU Workshop 

644-646 SECOND STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 







WHALE BOA.TS, METALLIC SURF AND LIFE BOATS BUILT TO ORDER 
ALL ORDERS PROnPTLY ATTENDED TO 



GEO. W. KNEASS 

Boat BuliOer 




PHONE RED 2361 



718 Third Street 

Corner King San Francisco 

VABO 

Cor. Illinois and Solano Streets 

POTREHO 

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

Repalrlngand All Orders Promptly 
Attended to. 



Established 1876 



JOHN TWIGG & SONS 

^^^ Boat BuHdcps and Shipwrights 




Corner Third and King Streets 

Main Shop aad Yards : Illinois, near Solano Streets 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Yawls, Whitehalls, Row Boats, Fishing and Hunting, Club Boats, Life Boats, Coffee 
Launches, Sealing and Whaling Boats, all kinds of Pleasure and Power Boats 

Repairiog Promptly Done 



High-speed Steam and Vapor Launclies a Specialty 



A. J. VAN DRAKE 
Machinist and Meclianical Engineer 

14.1 FIRST STREET SAN FRANCISCO 

GENERAL MACHINE WORKS 

GEAR CUTTING and all kinds of SPECIAL MACHINERY and TOOLS TO ORDER 

Sole Manufacturer Celebrated Woodbury Ore Concentrator 



I WM. BaTEMAN 

I 835 Folsom Street San Francisco, Cat. 



Telephone JESSIE 1371 



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BANKS, OFFICES, STORES AND DWELLINGS FITTED UP ♦ 

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TURNING, SAWING, CARVING AND MOULDINGS RUN % 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ESTIMATES GIVEN 



Use the Best! 



For Office Work ask for 

The Eagle No. 314 Draughting 

For Copying Pencils ask for 

The Eagle Brand 

For Steel Pens ask for 



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All the Stationers keep them 



DONT ACCEPT SUBSTITUTES 
IF YOU WANT THE BEST 



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JOHN PARTRIDGE 

Prinlcp . . Briefs and 

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Member 

Manufacturers* and Producers' Association 

of California 



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PRINTERS' ROLLERS 
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BRONZE POWDERS AND 
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CROCKER-LANGLEY 
SAN FRANCISCO 

DIRECTORY 

IfOR YEAR COMMENCING MAY 

1 



CONTAINING 

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

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

Benevolent, Literary and other Associations, Banks, 

Incorporated Institutions, etc. 



CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

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



SA.N F^RANCISCO, CA.L. 

Compiled and Published by H. S. Crocker Company 

215, 217, 219 BUSH STREET 



PRICE SIX DOLLARS 



Copyright, 1899, by H. S. Crocker Co., San Francisco. 



Sherwood & Sherwood 

Importers, Sbipping and eommission niercbants 

212-214 '^^^•JfJ^fJ^ff' ■'"■'«Af;L7 SAN FRANC.SCO. CAL. 

S^acific Coast Jhgents for,»» 

CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S pickles, lucca oil, fresh fruit jams. Etc- 

Colman's Loudon Mustard Epps' HoiucBopathic Cocoa 

Fry's Cocoas and Chocolate Cox's Sparkling Gelatine 

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

Extracts, Celery Salt East India Chutneys 

Sublime Lucca Oil, iu tins Day & Martin's Blacking and Russet Cream 

|^cy$(one lltonogram and Old Saratoga lUbisKies 

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 Ports 
Houtman's Double Anchor and Crown Holland Gin 
Fleischmau's Royalty Holland Gin 

Hennessy Brandy, bottled by E. & J. Burke 

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

Henk Waukesha Mineral Water Heublein's Club Cocktails and Apple & Honey 

Esohenauer's Clarets and Sauternes Irish and Scotch Whiskies iu Wood 

Evans' India Pale Ale, bottled and in Wood 

Carlisle Sour Mash Bourbon Whisky Meinhuld's Anchor brand Cider 

Sherwood "Robin flood," "O.P. S." "mascot" and "Standard" UlWsWes 

CANADIAN RYE WHISKY, gooderham 4 worts, Ltd., TORONTO 

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

"Blue Label" Tomato Ketchup 



DEWAR'S SCOTCH WHISKY. 

O. F. C. WHISKY, BOTTLED IN BOND 

CALIFORNIA SELECTED- VINTAGES, WINES AND BRANDIES, 

SCHRAMSBERG WINES 

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 

smnwoov &. smnwoov 

212-214 MARKET STREET, San Francisco 

44B SHERLOCK BUILDING, PORTLAND 216 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Academy of Sciences, California 65 

Alumni Association of The California Col- 
lege of Pharmacy 87 

Alumni Association of The California Med- 
ical College 87 

Alumni Association of Hastings College of 

the Law 87 

American Association of Masters and Pilots 69 
American Board of Commissions for Foreign 

Missions 72 

American Educational Union 64 

American Legion of Honor 77 

American Tract Society 72 

Ancient Jewish Order Kesher Shel Barzel. . . 77 

Ancient Order of Foresters 77 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 78 

Ancient Order United Workmen 78 

Ariel Road Club 87 

Ariel Rowing Club 87 

Arion Verein 87 

Armitage Orphanage of San Francisco 60 

Art Association 40 

Art Societies 40 

Associated Charities 44 

Associated Veterans of the Mexican War ... 87 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific 64 

Austrian Benevolent Society 44 

Austrian Military and Benevolent Associa- 
tion 42 

Austrian National Society 69 

Bands of Hope 91 

Banks 40 

Bar Association of San Francisco 64 

Barbers' Protective Union 69 

Bay City Wheelmen 87 

Bear Club of California 87 

Benefit Associations 42 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 79 

Benevolent Societies 44 

B'nai B'rith, Independent Order 81 

Board of Education 35 

Board of Health 36 

Board of Trade of San Francisco 47 

Board of Supervisors 35 

Bohemian Club 87 

Bookbinders' Protective and Beneficial Assn. 69 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Society 6() 

Bremervoerde Verein 87 

Brewers' Protective Association 70 

British Benevolent Society of California ... 44 



PAOB. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 70 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen TO 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew 72 

Builders' Association of California 70 

Builders' Exchange 56 

Bunker Hill Association 87 

Caledonian Club 87 

California Academy of Medicine 87 

California Academy of Sciences 65 

California Associated Cycling Clubs 87 

California Bible Society 72 

California Camera Club 88 

California College of Pharmacy 07 

California Cycling Club 88 

California Genealogical Society 65 

California Girls' Training Home 60 

California Historical Society 64 

California Institute of Public Accountants.. 65 

California Lawn Tennis Club 88 

California Medical College 67 

California Pharmaceutical Society 65 

California Pigeon and Homing Society 88 

California Pioneers, Society of 66 

California Prison Commission 45 

California Schuetzen Club 88 

California Society for the Prevention of 

Cruelty to Children 45 

California State Dental Association 65 

California State Homoeopathic Medical So- 
ciety 65 

California State Mining Bureau 65 

California State Retail Druggists' Assn 70 

California Volunteers, Society of 90 

California Woman's Hospital 60 

Calliopean Club 88 

Cambrian Mutual Aid Society 42 

Camera Club, California 88 

Carriage and Wagon Builders' Association.. 70 

Celtic Union 88 

Cemeteries 47 

Cercle Fran(;als 88 

Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco 48 

Chautauqua Assembly 65 

Chebra Achim Rachmonim Association 42 

Chebra Benai Yisrael Society 42 

Chebra Biker Cholim Society 42 

Chebra B'rith Shalom Society 42 

Chebra Ohaboth Zion Society 42 

Chebra Ohavai Sholem Society 42 

Chevra Gemilus Chasodim 42 



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INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Chevra Shaare Refooah 42 

Children's Home Finding Society ot Gal 60 

Children's Hospital 61 

Chosen Friends, Order of 85 

Christian Endeavor, Golden Gate Union 73 

Church Missions House 45 

Churches : 

Baptist 48 

Congregational 48 

Episcopal 49 

Evangelical 50 

Greek Catholic 50 

Hebrew ■ — 50 

Lutheran 50 

Methodist 51 

Miscellaneous 54 

Presbyterian 51 

Roman Catholic 53 

Swedenborgian 54 

Unitarian 54 

Citizens' Colonization Committee 70 

City and County Almshouse 61 

City and County Government 33 

City and County Hospital 61 

College of Dentistry, University of Cal 67 

College of Pharmacy, California 67 

College of Physicians and Surgeons ot S. F.. 67 

Colleges and Private Schools 55 

Columbia Park Boys' Club Association 45 

Companions of the Forest, A. O. F 77 

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

Concordia, The 88 

Congregation Beth Menahim Streisand 42 

Congregation Nevah Zedek 42 

Congregational Associates 73 

Congregational Church Building Society ... 73 

Congregational Church Extension Society ... 72 

Congregational Club 73 

Congregational Home Missionary Society... 73 

Congregational Ministers' Relief Society 73 

Congregational Sunday School and Publish- 
ing Society 73 

Consuls 58 

Cooper Medical College 67 

Corinthian Yacht Club 88 

Cosmos Club 88 

County Leitrim Social Club 88 

Courts 36-37 

Crematories 48 

Cross Country Club ^ 88 

Danish Ladies' Relief Society 45 

Danish Society (Dania) 42 

Danish Society (Norden) 88 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association 88 

Daughters of the American Revolution 79 

Deaconess' Home and Bible Training School. 74 

Dental Association, California State 65 

Dental Colleges 67 

Deutscher Krieger Verein 88 

Doctors' Daughters 88 

Dolphin Swimming and Boating Club 88 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union ot S. F 70 

Dry Goods Men's Association 88 

Eastern Star, The Order of 75 



PAGE. 

Eclectic Medical Society 65 

Elks, Benevolent and Protective Order of 79 

Emanu-El Sisterhood 45 

Epworth League Alliance 73 

Eureka Benevolent Association 45 

Eureka Society for the Protection of Chil- 
dren 45 

Evening Schools 72 

Exchanges 56 

Exempt Fire Company 43 

Exempt Relief Fund 42 

Federal Government Offices 56 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph 38 

Fire Alarm Boxes 38 

Fire Department 37 

Fire Patrol 40 

Fire Underwriters' Association ot the Pacific 40 

First Hebrew Benevolent Society 45 

First Hebrew Ladies' Mutual Benefit Assn. 42 
First Hungarian Society ot San Francisco ... 42 

Fishermen's Benevolent Association 42 

Floral Society, State 90 

Florence Crittenton Home Association 61 

Foreign Consuls 58 

Foresters of America 79 

Forum Club of California 88 

Franklin Spar and Bau Verein 70 

Fred Finch Orphanage 61 

Free and Accepted Masons 75 

Free Dispensary Clinic 45 

Free Public Library 64 

French Christian Union of California 73 

French Hospital 61 

French Ladies' Benevolent Society 45 

French Mutual Benevolent Society 42 

Friends Meetings 73 

Fruit and Flower Mission, S. F 46 

Gambrinus Benevolent Society 42 

Gardeners' and Ranchers' Association 45-70 

Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society 43 

Gentlemen's Sodality of the Blessed Virgin 

Mary 73 

Geographical Society of California 65 

Geographical Society of the Pacific 65 

German General Benevolent Society 45 

German Hospital 61 

German Ladies' General Benevolent Society 45 

Gesellschaft Teutonia 88 

Girls' Directory, St. Francis 62 

Girls' 0nion, San Francisco 62 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association 45 

Golden Gate Union of Christian Endeavor... 73 
Golden State Amateur Press Association ... 65 

Good Templars, Independent Order of 91 

Grand Army of the Republic 80 

Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery Assn. 80 
Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star. 75 

Hahnemann Hospital College 67 

Halcyon Social and Athletic Club 89 

Halls 70 

Har Harmorioh Lodge , 42 

Harbor Commissioners 59 

Harmonic Club 89 

Harvard Club of San Francisco 89 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled 61 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 
Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home, Pacific.. 62 

Helpers, The ^* 

Hessen Verein ^" 

Home for Incurables, King's Paughters' 61 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females 61 ^ 

Homoeopathic Dispensary 'IS 

Homoeopathic Medical Society, California 

State ^ 

Homceopathic Polyclinic, San Francisco 46 

Hospital tor Children 8' 

Hospitals, Homes and Asylums 60 

ImproTed Order of Red Men 81 

Improved Order of Red Men Endowment 

Fund Association 42 

Improved Order of Red Men Relief and Burial 

Association 49 

Improved Order of Red Men's Hajl Assn 81 

Incorporated Benevolent and Protective 

Order of Elks 81 

Independent Compan ies 69 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith 81 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith Hall Assn. 81 

Independent Order of Foresters 81 

Independent Order of Good Templars 91 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows 76 

Independent Order of Red Men 82 

Independent Order of Red Men's Hall Assn. 82 

Infant Shelter, Little Sisters' 46, 61 

International Association of Machinists 70 

International Brotherhood League 65, 74 

Iroquois Club 89 

Italian Bersaglieri Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety 42 

Italian Chamber of Commerce 48 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society 42 

Italian Reali Carabinieri Mutual Aid So- 
ciety 42 

Italian Sharpshooters of the Alps 43 

Jewish Alliance of California 45 

Journeymen Butchers' Protective and Be- 
nevolent Association 43 

Juarez Guard Mutual and Benevolent So- 
ciety 43 

Junior Order United American Mechanics ... 82 

Justices of the Peace 37 

King's Daughters' Home for Incurables 61 

Knickerbocker Male Quartet 89 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 83 

Knights of Honor 82 

Knights of Pythias 83 

Knights of Pythias' Cemetery Association.. 84 

Knights of Pythias' Library Association 64 

Knights of the Golden Eagle 84 

Knights ot the Maccabees 83 

Knights of the Red Branch 84 

Knights of Tara 84 

Knights Templar 75 

Kong Chow Beneficial Society 46 

Labor and Trades Unions 63 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic . . 81 
Ladies' Pastoral Aid Society of Trinity 

Church 73 

Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society 46 

Ladles' Society of Israelites 46 

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society. 46 



La Ligue d'Henri IV 43 

Lane Hospital *• 

Law and Order League of California 70 

League of The Cross Cadets 69 

League of the Cross of the Archdiocese of 

San Francisco ^' 

Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi 84 

Libraries ^ 

Ligue Nationale Prangaise 65 

Lincoln Gun Club 89 

Literary Societies 6* 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter 46, 61 

Loring Club 8* 

Loyal Legion, Military Order 84 

Maclean Hospital and Sanitarium 61 

Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society 43 

Magdalen Asylum 61 

Manhattan Athletic Club 89 

Manufacturers' Association of California — 70 

Maria Kip Orphanage 61 

Marine Engineers' Association •■ 43 

Marine Temperance Society 92 

Mariners' Free Reading Room 64 

Martin Luther Orphan Asylum 62 

Masonic Board of Relief 46 

M asonic Cemetery A ssociation 75 

Masonic Hall Association 75 

Masonic Lodges "75 

Masons' and Builders' Association 70 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Association .. . 4 
Master Painters' Association of Paciflo Coast 70 

Master Plumbers' Association 70 

Masters and Pilots, American Association of 69 

Mater Misericordiae 6* 

Mechanics' Institute 66 

Medical and Dental Colleges 67 

Medical Department of the University of 

California 67 

Medical Society of the State of California.. . 66 

Men's Home 46 

Mercantile Library 64 

Merchants' Club 89 

Merchants' Exchange Association 56 

Methodist Book Concern 73 

Methodist Social Union of San Francisco — 89 

Mexican Mutual Benevolent Society 46 

Microscopical Society, San Francisco 66 

Military 67 

Military Order Loyal Legion 84 

Military Order of Foreign Wars of the 

United States 84 

Millmen's Protective Association 70 

Mining Bureau, California State 65 

Miscellaneous Information 33-92 

Mizpah Charity Club 46 

Mount St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Asylum .. 62 

Mount Zion Hospital 62 

Musical Fund Society, San Francisco 43 

Musicians' Mutual Protective Union 70 

National Association, Letter Carriers 43 

National Association of Stationary Engi- 
neers ;...;... 43 

National Guard of California 67 

National Union 84 

Native Daughters of the Golden 'West 85 



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INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Native Sons of the Golden West 85 

Neptune Swimming ana Bathing Club 89 

Nord-Deutscher Verein 43 

Norwegian Club 89 

Nursery lor Homeless Children, S. F 62 

Occidental Kindergarten Association 46 

Odd Fellows' Employment Association 46 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association 76 

Odd Fellows, Independent Order of 76 

Odd Fellows' Library Association 64 

■ Officers, State of California 58 

Officers, United States 56 

Ohio Society of California 89 

Old Friends gg 

Old Ladies' Home, Protestant Episcopal. . . . 63 

Old Men's Home 46 

Old People's Home of San Francisco 62 

Olive Growers, State Association of 70 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society of S. F 66 

Olympic Club g9 

Order of Chosen Friends 85 

Order of the Eastern Star 75 

Order of Hermann's Sons 86 

Order of Pendo gg 

Order of Railroad Telegraphers 70 

Order of Scottish Clans 43 

Order of Sons of St. George 86 

Orphan Asylum (Roman Catholic) 62 

Orpheus Musical Club of S. F 89 

Our Lady's Home 62 

Pacific Athletic Association 89 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons of 

Vermont gg 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' Assn... 43 
Pacific Coast Committee for Universal 

Brotherhood 66 

Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club 66 

Pacific Coast Tbeosophical Committee 73 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home... 62 

Pacific Homoeopathic Dispensary Assn 46 

Pacific Hospital 68 

Pacific Presbyterian Union 74 

Pacific Stock Exchange Board 56 

Pacific-Union Club 89 

Pacific Yacht Club 89 

People's Place 74 

Pharmaceutical Society, California 65 

Phi Delta Phi Club gg 

Photographic Art Club 90 

Pilot Commissioners 59 

Pilots 59 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society 46 

Pioneers, Society of California 66 

Police Courts 37 

Police Department 37 

Police Stations 37 

Polish Society of California 43 

Polyclinic, San Francisco 46 

Port Wardens 59 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent Assn. 70 

Presbyterian Mission House 74 

Press Club of San Francisco 90 

Prison and Hospital Religious Association. . 74 
Private Schools 55 



PAGE. 

Produce Exchange Mutual Benefit Associa- 
tion, San Francisco 43 

Produce Exchange, San Francisco 56 

Protective As.sociations 69 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies' Home 62 

Protestant Orphan Asylum, San Francisco.. 62 

Public Buildings 70 

Public Library, Free 64 

Public Schools of San Francisco 71 

Quarantine Hospital 62 

Railroad Commissioners 59 

Receiving Hospital 62 

Red Men, Improved Order of 81 

Red Men, Independent Order of 82 

Religious Societies 72 

Resorts 92 

Retail Druggists' Association, Cal. State ... 70 

Retail Druggists' Association, S. F 70 

Retail Grocers' Protective Association 70 

Riggers' Protective Union of S. F 70 

Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum 62 

Royal Arcanum 35 

Royal Arch Masons 75 

Salvation Army 55 

S F. Art Association 40 

S. F. Athletic Club go 

S. F. Baecker Verein 43 

S. F. Bar Association 64 

S. F. Benevolent Association 46 

S. F. Board of Relief, I. O. B 46 

S. P. Board of Trade 47 

S. F. Chamber of Commerce 48 

S. F. Chapter American Institute of Archi- 
tects 43 

S. F. Church Extension Society ol the M. E. 

Church 74 

S. F. Clearing House 40 

S. F. Clinical Society 67 

S. F. Commercial Travelers' Association 46 

S. F. County Medical Society 66 

S. F. County Society of Physicians and Sur- 
geons 66 

S. F. Deaconess' Home 74 

S. F. Dental Association 70 

S. F. Fire Department Charitable Fund Assn. 43 

S. F. Fruit and Flower Mission 46 

S. F. Girls' Union 62 

S. F. Golf Club 90 

S. F. Grutli- Verein 90 

S. F. Homoeopathic Polyclinic 46 

S. F. Kennel Club 90 

S. F. Ladies' Protection and Relief Society.. 62 

S. F. Law Library Association 64 

S. F. Maennerchor 90 

S. F. Methodist Orphanage 62 

S. F. Microscopical Society 66 

S. F. Musical Fund Society 43 

S. F. Nursery for Homeless Children 62 

S. F. Polyclinic 46 

S. F. Polyclinic Post Graduate 67 

S. P. Port Society 74 

S. F. Produce Exchange 56 

S. F. Produce Exchange Mutual Benefit Assn. 43 

S. F. Protestant Orphan Asylum 62 

S. F. Public Schools 71 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



23 



PAGE. 

S. F. Retail Druggists' Association 70 

S. F. Schuetzen Vereln 90 

S. F. Schwaben Verein 43 

S. F. Scottish Thistle Club 90 

S. F. Settlement Association 46 

S. F. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 

to Animals 47 

S. F. Stock and Exchange Board 58 

S . F. Teachers' Club 47 

S. F. Turn Verein 90 

S. F. Typothetai 70 

S. F. Verein 90 

S. F. Veteran Fireman's Association 90 

S. F. Whist Club 90 

S. F. Yacht Club 90 

Scandinavian Society 43 

Schleswig-Holstein Verein 90 

Scientiflo Societies 64 

Scotch-Irish Society 90 

Scottish Clans, Order of 43 

Seaman's Catholic Institute and Free Read- 
ing Room 74 

Secret Societies 75 

Servian Montenegrin Literary and Benevo- 
lent Society 43 

Sierra Club 66 

SllvM Street Kindergarten Society 47 

Slavonic Illyric Mutual Benevolent Society. 43 

Social Societies 87 

SociStC' Beige de Bienfaisance 47 

Society for Christian Work 47 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals, San Francisco 47 

Society of California Pioneers 66 

Society of California Volunteers 90 

Society of Physicians and Surgeons, S. F. 

County 66 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul 47 

Society for Christian Work 47 

Sons and Daughters of the Old Friends 90 

Sons of J acob . . 86 

Sons of St. George, Order of 86 

Sons of the American Revolution 8^ 

Sons of Veterans 86 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society 43 

State Association of Olive Growers 70 

State Floral Society 90 

State Officers 58 

Stationary Engineers, National Association 43 

Stock and Bond Exchange 56 

Stock and Exchange Board, S. F 56 

Stock Exchange Board, Pacific 56 

Stomatological Club of California 67 

Street Guide 93-130 

St. Andrew's Society 47 

St. Francis' Girls' Directory Orphan Asylum 63 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society 43 

St. Luke's Hospital 63 



PAGB. 

St. Mary's Hospital 53 

St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance Association.. 43 
St. Paulus' German Roman Catholic Benevo- 
lent Society 44 

St. Peter's German Catholic Benevolent So- 
ciety 44 

St. Vincent de Paul, Society of 47 

St. Zlta's Home 83 

Sued-Deutscher Verein 44 

Superior Court 39 

Supreme Court 58 

Supreme Court Commissioners 58 

Swedish Singing Society of San Francisco.. 90 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society 44 

Swiss Relief Society 47 

Swiss Rifle Club 90 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Society of S. F 44 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast 66 

Temperance Societies 91 

Ten tenia Society 47 

Theatres 92 

Theosophical Society 74 

Theosophical Society in America 66 

Trades Unions 63 

Turn Verein, San Francisco 90 

Twenty -sixth Street Hospital, 63 

Union League Club 90 

Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society 44 

Union Square Club 91 

United Ancient Order of Druids 87 

United Workmen, Ancient Orden. 78 

University Club 91 

University Mound Old Ladies' Home 63 

United States Ofttcers 56 

Verein Eintracht 44 

Verein Oes terreich Social and Mutual Aid So- 
ciety 44 

Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Association of 

California 91 

Veteran Odd Fellows' Association 91 

Veteran Guard of California 80 

Veterans' National Guard of California 68 

Veterans' Home Association 63 

Veterans of the California Hundred 91 

Western Addition Literary and Social Club. 91 

Widows' and Orphans' Aid Association 44 

Winter Cotillion Club 91 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union 92 

Woman's Hospital, California 60 

Woman's Relief Corps, G. A. R 80 

Woodmen of the World 87 

Yale Alumni Association 91 

Young Men's Catholic Union (R. C.) 44 

Young Men's Christian Association 74 

Young Men's Institute (R. C.) 44 

Young Women's Christian Association 74 

Youths' Directory 63 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PACK. 

Agricultural Insurance Co 328 

Alexander!.. & M. & Co I'-l 

Allen & Higgins Lumber Co Backbone 

„ fReg. of names 

American Box Factory | jgft top lines 

American Fire Insurance Co 328 

American Steel and Wire Co 182 

Andrews, George N 2038 

„ (Reg. of names 

Andrews, T. P (right top lines 

Anglo-Californian Bank Red pages, 1843 

Asphaltum Roofing Co 2093 

f Reg. of names 
Asli Wines \ rigbt bot. lines 

Atkinson, T. E '^1 

fReg. of names 
Atlas Insurance Co | rightside lines 

(Reg. of names 
Autographic Register Co j f >ff Vol^'linet 

Babln, Landry C 2087 

Back, F. J 2034 

Baker & Hamilton Business headings 

Bank and Insurance Dept Red pages, 1841 

Bank of British N. America Red pages, 1850 

Bank of California Red pages, 1M2 

Barrow, Wade, Guthrie & Co 1861 

Bateman, William * 

Bellerive, Marie Mme 1^48 



Bemis, C. C. 



2087 



Blake, Moffltt & Towne 2062 

Blumenthal, Julius '929 

Boesch Lamp Co 2006 

Borland, Guy H 2052 

Bossi, G. R. Mrs 2118 

Brown, Edward & Son • 328 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co.. The 1889 

Buhlinger, Wm. F '^^ 

Bunce, E. E 3 

Burke's, Dr.. Sanitarium .Inside front cover, 2096 

Burnham & Marsh Co 2087 

Burns, J. H '^ 

Burnstine Bros 2037 

Burton, I. L ^ 

Busch & Wocker 1867 

Buswell, W. F 2064 

Cahill & Hall Elevator Co 195* 

California and Oriental S. S. Co 365 

California Art Glass, Bending and ( Front cover 

CuttingWorks \ 3te, 1976 

California Bottling Co 1887 

California Carpet Cleaning Co 1915 

California Concrete Co 1933 

California Electrical Works 1955 

California Ink Co 366, 1997 

Campbell &. Sorensen 1914 

Capp, C. S. & Co 2e»7 

Cassaretto, John 1979 



Castle & Weston 396 

Center & Spader 2087 

„. ,, „ r^ I Reg. of names 

Chandler, R. D | left side lines 

Chester, Henry 1996 

Church, S. R 413 

City Hall Laundry Front cover 

City Steam Carpet Beating Works 1914 

Clark, N. & Sons Business headings 

Clinch, Chas. G. &Co 424 

Cobb & Hesselmeyer 2064 

_ ,. m • «. /-< / Reg. of names 

Coburn, Tevis & Co | igfj ^jjjg jjues 

Coffin, Alonzo 20M 

Cole, J. B 1947 

Col ton Dental Association 441, 1942 

Columbia Phonograph Co { ^^f^ cor.^\'?dl 

Consolidated Optical Co .* 3057 



Cook, H. N. Belting Co 1888 

Corliss, E. M 1960 

Cornell, W. F. & Co 1957, 2109 

Crocker, H. S. Co 1278 

Crocker- Langley S. F. Directory 1852 

Cullen, D. Miss 1959 

Curtin-Beals' Merc. Col. Agency 1928 

Curtin. John Backbone and 1944 

Cyclops Engine and Machine Works. . .2031, 2078 

Davidson & Leigh 3087 

Decker, Charles W 441, 1942 

De Fllippe, Prof 2118 

Degen, L.P 1888 

De Kalb Fence Co 2138 

Dempsey, M.J 1981 

Denniston, E. G 2103 

Dibble, H. C. & Dibble 535 

Dickman-Jones Co { R||-, "'„ -^fs 

Diener Henry 1995 

Dingee, William J 540 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co 2101 

Dornin, George D 555 

Douglass, T. A 1917 

Dunham, Carrigan & Hayden Co.. 1989, 3002, 2003 

Dunsmuir, R. Sons Co Back cover 

Eagle Pencil Co 8 

Eby, John D Line back cover 

Eggers, Chas.'& Co 2040 

Electric Laundry Co { ^T. ^"0^3 

Empire Laundry Co Front cover 

Engle.C.S 2073 

TTvane o n /t Cn f Reg. of names right 

Evans, C. H. & CO I gjgg jj^gg^ jggg^ .^g^ 

Farnsworth & Ruggles 1947 

Fllippe, T. B 2118 



INDEX TO ADVERTISMENTS. 



FAGE. 

Filmer-Rollins Electrotype f Reg. of names left 

Co ( side lines, 1957 

Finn, John, Metal Works 3037 

Firemen's Fund Ins. Co Front cover, 637 

First National Bank Red pages, 1844 

Fisher, L. P., Advertising Agency 1863 

Fisher Packing Co 2131 

Folkers, J. H. A. & Bro 1944,3111,3124 

Forbes, A. J. & Son 1907 

Forderer Cornice Works 1938 

Fmi Pn ThP ) ^^S- Of names 

mjioo., ine bright side lines 

Gallagher, H. J., Undertaking Co 1143 

Galloway Lithographing Co ...{ Ke|-^of^ names 

Garratt, W. T. & Co Business headings 

Gaudin, F 697, 2114 

German Sav. and Loan Soc Red pages, 1818 

Pprmlnia Trust Cn ' ^"S Of names left 

Germania irust Lo -^ ^^^ cards. 18.50 

Getz, R. J. & Co 2061 

Giant Powder Co Line back cover 

Gillotfs Steel Pens Back cover 

Gisslow's Moving and Carpet Cleaning Co. . 1913 

Gladding, McBean&Co Business headings 

^ , „ r o * Reg. of names 

Godeau, J. S •, left bot. lines 

Golden State and Miners' Iron ( Reg. of names 

Works (right side lines 

Goodman, George 1866, 1933 

Gould, R 2086 

Graham, Geo. D 9 

Great Eastern Milk Co 3038 

Great Eastern Steam Carpet Beating and 

Renovating Works 1913 

Groat, Wm. H 754, 1918, 1951, 1952, 1964 

Gulf Ricr po I ^^=- "' names 

Gulf Bag UO ^ lg(( 3i^g i^jjgj, 

Gundlach-Bundschu Wine / Reg. of names left 

Co I sidelines, 2048 

Gundlach, Ph 2049 

Gwyer, Mrs. Dr 2072 

Haas, Carl P 2125 

Haley, W. H 313a 

Hall, A.I. & Son 772 

Haviside. J. J 3092 

Hawks & Skelton 2087 

Henderson, H. C , 827 

Herrmann, C. & Co '. 1990 

Hermann Sate Co 2094 

Hibernia Sav. and Loan Soc — Red pages, 1849 

Hobbs.Wall & Co Backbone, 853, 1897 

Hoffman, Frank 21(12 

Holman, W. L 1959 

„„„„„ „ u fReg. of names left 

Hosmer, H. B | top lines, 2005, 2066 

Howard, T 2139 

Independent Elec. Light and Power Co — 897 

Interstate Law and Collection Co 1929 

Italian- American Bank 52 

Italian-Swiss Agricultural j Reg. of names right 

Colony — ( bot. lines 902 

Jackson, Byron 5 

Jackson, P. H. & Co 18&1 

Jesse, George R 2106 

Johnson Assaying Co 1869 

Johnson, D. ,& Co Front cover 



Kabn, George H { f„f; „«,',---■, '^ 

Kellogg's Whiskey { ^|ft bot°flne's' 

Kincaid& Co 2064 

King, James L 1932, 2052 

Klein, John M. Electrical/ Reg. of names 

Works lleft bot. lines 

Klinkner, C. A. & Co Business headings 

Kneass, G. W 7 

Krogh Manufacturing Co { ^^S^ ^t°™ll 

Kucich, Jerome J 1937 

La Grande Laundry 3007 

Larkins& Co 1916 

Lask, Harry J 2a52 

Leek, Ira G 1943 

Lietz, A. Co., The 2044, 2050, 2100, 31 12 

Lloyd, H.J 2047 

T , . ^ ^ f Reg. of names 

London A.ssu^aQce Co [^^g^,^ ^j^g 1;^^^ 

Loudon, W. M 1948 

, ,T r. f Reg. of names 

Loupy, N. P i right side lines 

Lowe, J.W 1965 

Loy, William E 3067 

Luckhardt, C. A. & Co 1869 

Lund, Henry & Co 3 

Lyons,' Charles . . 1093 

Maass, H. F 2127 

Mackenzie, Colin 1861 

MacNutt, A. H 2035 

Manhattan Typewriter Front cover 

Manheim, Dlbbern & Co Front cover 

Marsh & Kidd Co 1893 

Marwedel.C. F '■■■ 2032 

McPhun, Wm 2136 

McQueen, John 1915 

Mercantile Trust Co. of S. F 1305 

Merrell. I.L 4 

Millbrae Dairy 1330 

Mitchell, J. E., The Carpet Cleaning and 

Renovating Co 1914 

Modern Laund ry Front and back cover 

Mohns & Kaltenbach { ^ffn^t'o^'^iSIs 

Moise-Klinkner Co Business headings 

I Reg.ofnamesright 
„T * ™ .. Tir TXT I corner cards, busi- 

Montague, W. W { ^^^^ headings, 

t 2111, 21.34 

-, . ,, T> fReg. of names 

Moraghan, M. B \ left top lines 

Morrow, W. S 1939 

Morton & Hedley 6 

Murch & Gray 3078 

fReg. of names 
Mutual Label and Litho. Co. -J right bot. lines 

( 1378 

Mutual Savings Bank Red pages, 1849 

National Brewing Co 2142 

National Car Equipment Co 1382 

National Fire Insurance Co 554 

National Laundry 2008 

Nevada Metallurgical Works 1869 

I Reg. of names 
' ' ' \ right side lines 



Nevada Restaurant 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

Noonan J. Furniture Co 1973 

Ocean Marine Insurance Co. ... { gllisid^ZIl 

Oceanic Steamship Co 1333 

Old Homestead Bakery 1880 

Oriental Gas Engines 1960 

Otis Elevator Co 8143 

Overland Freight Transfer Co 

1947, 1969, 3110, 31-22, 3132 

Pabst Brewing CO {US^t'Jtt^l^ 

Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing Worlss 1954 

Pacific Congress Springs 1965 

Pacific Law and Collection Co 1929 

Pacific Mutual Lile Ins. Co Line front cover 

Bacii cover, 
Pacific Refining and Roofing Co J ^iff ■ °f °^™=/ 



Pacific States Type Foundry • 3126 

Pacific Vinegar and Pickle Works 2121 

Partridge, John 8 

Payne's Bolt Works 1893 

Peltier, John & Co 8093 

Periam, C. J. & Co 2095 

Pettitt, J. George 1959 

Pet7.old, August 1937 

Peulecka, H '. . 1911 



Pinkerton's National Detective Agency . . . 1945 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine 1912, 1954 

Pioneer Cigar Box Factory . . . . { R|ft ^Yde ?Sls 

Pool, J. R 1996 

Price, Thomas & Son 1869 

Queen Insurance Co Top edge 

Reed & Goodman 3141 

Remillard Brick Co 1899 

River Express Co 1965 

Robinson & Gillespie 1911 

Rosekrans, H. & Co 1482 

■Rntlvn Conl /Reg- Of names 

Kosiyn ooal | ,g,j ^j^g u^^g 

Rouleau, F. A 3096 

Royal Eagle Distilleries Co. ... { R|f^ g^^^^fSIl 

Royal Insurance Co Top edge 

Russell & Edwards 3135 

Russian Wire Works 2137 

Sala, Joseph C 2014, 8113 

San Carlos Dairy 2039 

San Francisco and Pacific Glass Works. . . 1977 

San Francisco Enameling Works 1960 

San Francisco Gold, Silver and Nickel 

Plating Works 2103 

San Francisco Laundry 8009 

San Francisco National Bank 1845 

San Francisco Pattern Works 2064 

San Francisco Savings Union.. Red pages, 1846 

San Francisco Stove Works 3084 

San Francisco Turning and Planing Mill.. 2125 

Savings and Loan Society Red pages, 1847 

Schaefer, Fred 2061 



PAGE. 

Scheerer, Jos. Co I ^®F; "■!, °?P^'' 

' ( left side Imes 

Schilling, Adam & Sons 4 

( Reg. of names 

Schmidt Label & Lith. Co... ^ right hot. line 
( 1278 

Schwarz, Joseph A 1548 

Seidenberg&Co { r^|lt fop iSfs 

Sellschopp, W. & Co 2106 

Shattuck, E. J. & Co 1716 

Sherwood & Sherwood 12 

Si-^^Oreen { ri^^f ' b°o^XIt 

Smith, J. R. Tailoring Co. ... { ,,««f 3?^e''unll 

Smith Premier Typewriter 174 

Smith's Caloric Vita Oil Co 1952 

Smyth, Charles W 3052 

Smyth, W. H Line back cover 

Spaulding, J. & Co 1913, 1954 

Spaulding, N. W. Saw Co 2097 

Springfield Insurance Co 555 

Stanley, Charles T 30.53 

Stratton. J. S 1996 

Sullivan, J. F 2061 

Sunset Photo-Engraving 1660 

Sunset Press 1661 

Svea Insurance Co 338 

Thomas & Carlson 2064 

Toyo Kisen Kaisha 1708 

Trinity School 10 

Truckee Lumber Co 8031) 

Trumbull & Beebe Line front cover, 2098 

Tubbs Cordage Co 6 

Twlgg,John& Son 7 

Umbsen, G. H. & Co 175, 2088 

Union Gas Engine Co 1717 

Union lee Co 1718 

Union Iron Works 1933, 1953, 3044, 2099 

Union Lithograph Co 2022 

Union Photo-Engraving Co 1964 

United States Laundry.. Bottom edge, 1720, 3008 
UnitedStatesSteamCarpetCieaning Assn 1913 

Van Drake, A.J 7 

Vayr, F 1730 

Waller, S. L 1899, 1919, 1961,3118 

Waltz, Charles 3095 

Watt, Rolla V Top Edge 

Welch & Co 6 

Wellington Coal Back cover 

Wenzelburger, A . .■ 1861 

West Publishing Co 1870 

Western Foundry 6 

Western Laundry Machinery Co 2009 

Western Meat Co 2059 

Western Wire Works 2137 

Wieland Bros 2057 

Wnberforce,A.B \ r^lftrZl 

Wilmerding-Loewe Co { R|f, g^.^fSes 

Wilson T r * On * ^^S- Of names left 

Wilson, J. C.& CO ^ corner cards 

Wong Him 1820 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



1899 



3" 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 

CONCERNING 

Manlcipal, State and Federal GoYernment, Banks, Churches, Societies, Etc. 



CITY AND COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

MiTOE— James D.Phelan; salary, *3,000 per annum. 
Secretary— William P. Sullivan, Jr.; salary, 83,000 



Stenographer— Lewis K. Trezevant. 
Messenger- James F. Broadle. 
Assessor— Washington Dodge; salary, 84,000 per an- 

Chlef Deputy— Edmond Godchanx; salary, 82,400 

per annum. « „ ^ 

Chief Field Deputy— Alexander B. Henderson ; 

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

82,400 per annum. 
Office Deputy— John M. Ferris; salary, 81,800 per 

annum. „„„ 

Office Deputy— Thomas F.Clark; salary, 81,800 per 



Office Deputy— Hugh S. Hagan; salary, 81,800 per 
Office Deputy— Frank L. Putman; salary, 81,800 per 

Auditor— Asa R. Wells ; salary, 84,000 per annum. 
Deputy— William W. Wells; salary, 83,000 per an- 

Clerk— lianlelj. Leary; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
Clerk— Bennlng Wentworth; salary, 81,800 per an- 

Clerk— Ellard D, Slack ; salary, 81,500 per annum. 

Clerk— Horace L.Crocker; salary, 81,500 per annum. 
Chief of Police— Isaiah W. Lees; salary, 85,000 
per annum. 

Captain ol Detectives— Benjamin F. Bohen; salary, 
83,000 per annum. 

Clerk (Chief of Police)— Casslus P. Wright ; sal- 
ary, 82,500 per annum. 

Property Clerk- James F.Moran; salary, 82,500 per 
annum. 
City and County Attorney and Counselor— 
Franklin K. Lane; salary, 85,000 per annum. 

Assistant— G. Whitfield Lane; salary, 83,000 per 

Asslstant^WIllIam I. Broheck; salary, 81,800 per 



Assistant— Hugo K. Asher; salary, 81,800 per an- 

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

Clerk— Richard M. Sims; salary, 8900 per annum. 

Messenger— P. Allen Joy; salary, 8900 per annum. 

CiTT Physician- William S. Hereford, M.D. ; salary 

81,800 per annum. ^. 

Police Surgeon— Conrad Well, M.D.; salary, 81,200 

per annum. 
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 C. Bu- 

cher; salary, 8900 per annum. 
Assistant Steward— Joseph Mogan; salary, 8i20 

per annum. ._ 

Matron Receiving Hospital— Mrs. Rose Kane; 

salary, 8720 per annum. 
Assistant Matron— Mrs. Susan Edmonds; salary, 

8720 per annum. 
City and County Sukveyoe and City Enoineeb 

Charles S. Tllton ; salary, 8500 per annum 

and fees. 
Civil Engineer- Julius H. Smith. 
Draughtsman— Frederick W. Hummerston. 
Commissioners — Election. 
Mayor James D. Phelan. 
Auditor Asa E. Wells. 
Tax Collector Edward I. Sheehan. 
City and County Attorney and Counselor Franklin 

K. Lane. 
City and County Surveyor Charles S. Tllton. 
Secretary— William J. Blggy, Registrar of Voters. 
(Serve ex officio, without compensation.) 
Commissioners— Fire Department. 
George T. Bohen, President. 
Joseph S. Marshall. 
R.H.Jones. 
Colin M. Boyd. 
Frank G. Edwards. 
Secretary — George F. Maxwell. 
Assistant Secretary— Michael L. Splnettl. 
Messenger— D. K. ConnlfC. 
(Commissioners serve without compensation.) 



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CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. Superintendfnt Fire Ala; 



Commissioners — Insanity. 

Edwin WIndele, M. D. 

Charles C. Wadsworth, M. D. 

Daniel D. Luatlg. M. D. 

Theo Rethers, M. D. , ^ 

Secretary, William A. Deane, County Clerk (ex 
offlclo). 

(Compensation— fees.) 
Commissioners — Park. 

WilUara H. Metson. 

A. B. Spreckels. 

F. W. Zelle. 

Secretary— MlBS Madge Falrman ; salary, «1,500 per 
annum. 

Superintendent— John McLaren; salary, $4,2(X) per 



■8 serve without compensation.) 
Commissioners- PoLiOK. 
Robert J. Tobln— President, salary, $3,000 per an- 

WllUam Alvord, salary, 81,2(X» per annum. 

Moses A. Gunst; salary, 81,200 per annum. 

Isaiah W. Lees, Chief of Police (ex offlclo). 

Clerk— CasaluB P. Wright. 
Commissioners— Police Relief and Pension 
Fund. 

Robert J. Tobln, President. 

Isaiah W. Lees, Secretary. 
Coroner- Ed. E. Hill. M. D.; salary, 8i,000 per an- 

Flrst Deputy— P. J. McCorraIck; salary, $2,400 per 

Second Deputy— J. F. Gately; salary. 81,800 per 

Third Deputy— J. D. Sullivan; salary, $1,500 per an- 

Fourth Deputy— George Lacombe; salary, $1,500 per 

Autopsy Physician— J. L. Zabala, M. D.; salary, 

$2,400 per annum. 
Chemist— L. S. Crackbon; salary, fees. 
Stenographer— David Wolff; salary, $1,800 per an- 

Messenger— J. J. Flanagan ; salary, $900 per annum. 
Matron— Mrs. Grace D. Harris. 
Janitor— Thomas Smith; salary, 8900 per annum. 
County Clerk— William A. Deane; salary, $4,000 per 



Ambrose 
Ben. I. Salo- 



Court Room Clerk.Department 1— Joseph Cunning 

ham; salary, $2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 2— John A. Duuker 

salary, $2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk. Department S— William C, 

Ralsch; salary, $2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk. Department 4— Robert H. Fltz 

gerald; salary, $2,100 per 
Court Room Clerk, Department 

Watson; salary, $2,100 per 
Court Room Clerk, Department 

raon; salary. $3,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk. Department 7— Charles C. Mor 

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

salary, $2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 9- 

salary, $2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk. Department 10— James R. M 

Elroy; salary, s2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 11— William R. 

Jost; salary. $2,100 per annum. 
Court Room Clerk, Department 12—0. A. ToUe 

salary. $2,100 per annum. 
County Recorder — Albert C. Berthler; salary, 

$4,000 per annum. 
Chief Deputy— Charles E. Corev; salary, $3,000 per 



B. Martin 



Mortgage Clerk— Edward W. Eustlce; salary, $1,200 

per annum. 
Deputy— Harry Baehr; salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Deputy — Max Warshauer ; salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Chief Copyist— John E. Durnln (per folio). 
Marriage License Clerk-Joseph C. TltteUper folio). 
(Copyists — paid by folio.) 
District Attorney— Daniel J. Murphy; salary, 

$.5,000 per annum. 
Assistant— Alfred P. Black; salary, $3,600 per 

Assistant— John T. Greaney; salary, $3,000 per 

Assistant- Edward S. Salomon; salary, $3,000 per 

Chief Clerk— John B.Tungate; salary, $3,000 per 

Clerk— William H. Murphy; salary, $1,800 per an- 

Clerk- John R. Danlells; salary, $1,200 per; 



Fire Marshal- Charles Towe; paid by Insurance 

Companies. 
Free Public Library. 

Trustee— Colin M. Boyd. 

Trustee— Horace Davis. 

Trustee — George T. Shaw. 

Trustee— John S. Hlttell. 

Trustee— Philip N. LlUenthal. 

Trustee— Azro L. Mann. 

Trustee— Thomas B. Bishop. 

Trustee— Joseph O'Connor. 

Trustee— Edward R. Taylor. 

Trustee — John H. Wise. 

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



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



Assistant Secretary— Miss Martha T. Tyler; salary, 

$900 per annum. 
(Trustees serve without compensation.) 
Gas and Water Inspector — Otis M. Tupper; 

salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Health Officer— A. P. O'Brien, M. D. ; salary, 

$3,000 per annum. 
Law Library. 
Librarian— James H. Deerlng Jr.; salary, $2,400 
per 



Asslstant^Joseph H. Mayer ; salary, Sl,200 per 8 

License Collector — Theodore F. Bonnet ; salary 
$3,000 per annum. 
Deputy— Philip J. Fay; salary, $1,500 per annum 
Cashier — Eugene J. Hannon ; salary, $1,500 per 



Bookkeeper— John J. Boyle; salary, $1,500 per i 

Bookkeeper~C. S. Smith ; salary, $1,500 per ; 

Public Administrator — John A. Drlnkhouse. 
Attorney^ Abraham Ruef. 
(Compensation— fees.) 
Quarantine Officer- W. P, Chalmers, M. D.; 

salary, $2,400 per annum. 
Registrar of Voters— William J. Blggy; salary, 
$3,600 per annum. 
Deputy— Harry I. Mulcreavy; salary, $1,800 per 



Bookkeeper— Harrison Houseworth; salary, $3,000 



Assistant Bookkeeper— Slgmund L. Simon; salary, 

$1,200 per annum. 
Chief Jailor— Thomas R. Ford; salary, $1,800 per 

Superintendent Alms House— Edward A. Reddy; 

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

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



Clerk~F.B. McClung; salary, $1,200 per annum. 
Superintendent City Cemetery — J. O'Kane; 

salary, $900 per annum. 
Superintendent Common Schools— Reginald H. 
Webster; salary. $4,000 per annum. 
Deputy— Cecil W. Mark; salary, $3,000 per annum. 
Stenographer— Miss Tessle O'Connor; salary, $600 
per annum. 
Superintendent Fire Alarm and Police Tele 
graph- William R. Hewitt; salary, $2,400 per 
annum. 
Operator— Frank Bishop; salary, $1,500 per annum. 
Operator— Joseph H. Blakely; salary, $1,500 per 

Operator— Frank Beldemaun ; salary, $1,500 per an- 



Asslstant— Albert Schurch ; salary. $1,080 per an- 
Asslatant— William L. Goodwin; salary, $1,080 per 
Inspector— P. S.Benjamin; salary, per annum. 



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Board of Educatton. 



SrraBINTENDENT HOrSE OF COBEECTION— .lOBCph 

Windrow; salary, $1,800 per annum. 
Assistant — William Callundsn; salary, •1,200 per 
annum. 

SUPEBTNTENDEXT PHTSICIAS CITT AND COUNTT 

Hospital— G. E. Sossdorff, M. D.; saUry, 
12.400 per annum. . _^ 

Resident Physician— Sot filled; salary. «l,oOO per 



Visiting Physician— .loseph O. Hirschf elder, M. D.; 

salary, 81.200 per annum. ^ _ „ _ 

Visiting Physician— William W. Kerr, M. D. 

salary, «1.200 per annum. , ,, r. 

Visiting Surgeon —Charles N. EUlnwood, M. v.. 

salary, »1,200 per annum. . ^, , „ t. 

Visiting Surgeon — Robert A. McLean, M. u., 

salary, «l,20O per annum. 
Apothecary— W. M. Hickman; salary, 81,200 per 



Steward— Paul Edwards ; salary, 81.500 per 

SCPERraTEXDEXT PCBLIC STBEETS, HIGHWAYS 

AND StiCARES— Martin F. Fragley; salary, 
84,000 per annum. 
Chief Deputy— Andrew J.Donovan; salary, 82,400 

Bookkeeper— Charles A. King; salary, 81,800 per 



(Also— Three Deputies at 82,400 per annum; six at 
81,S0Oper annum; and seven at $1,500 per an- 

Tax Collectoe— Edward I, Sheehan; salary, 84,000 

Chle/Depnty— Patrick J. Hagan: salary, 82,400 per 

annum. „ , 

Cashier— Michael F. Sonivan; salary, 82,400 per an- 

Deputy— Herman Enkle; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
Deputy— -John Doyle; salary. 81,800 per annum. 
Deputy— Charles E. Broad; salary, 81.800 per an- 

(18 Clerks— 8100 per month.) 
TEEAStTBEB— I. J. Truman; salary, 84,000 per an- 
Chief Deputy— I. C. J. Truman; salary, 83.000 per 



Deputy— Charles B. Perkins: salary, 82,100 per an- 

Deputy— Matthew De La Montanya, Jr.; salary, 

82.100 per annum. 
Clerk— Thomas Wilson: salary, 81,o00 per annum. 

APPOINTEES OF StrpEEVISOBS. 

Beidgekeepee — Fourth Street Bridge, Garrett 
Welch; salary, 81,200 per annum. 
Assistant— E. Lauterbach; salary, $91X1 per annum. 
Assistant— Matthew Shute ; salary, 87211 per an- 

Bbidgekeepek— Sixth Street Bridge, .1. .1. Hanlon; 
salary, 8T20 per annum. 

Beidgekeepeb- Seventh Street Bridge, Herman 
Wohber; salary, $720 per annum. 

Caepentee— City Hall, Peter Lynch; salary, 81,020 
per annum. 

CoSDCCToR Elevator— City Hall, Joseph R. Mc- 
Lean; salary, 8780 per annum. 

CoNDtJCTOE Elevatoe — City Hall, John B. Haw- 
thorne; salary, $780 per annum. 

Engineeb— City Hall, James C- Symons; salary, 
$1,200 per annum. 

Fikbman— City Hall. Thomas P. O'Nell; salary, 8960 
per annum. 

Gabdenebs. „„_ 

Head Gardener— P. J. Gray; salary, 81,200 per 



Alta Plaza— Lawrence Rice; salary, 8900 per an- 
Columbl'a Square— William Welch; salary, $900 per 
Garfield Square^ohn Kelly; salary, »900 per 



Hamilton Square— Albert Mayer; salary, 8900 per 

annum. 
Portsmouth Square— Albert Bennett; salary, $900 

per annum. 
City Hall — T. G. Jones; salary, «900 per an- 

City Hail— William MIskell ; salary, 8900 per an- 
num. 
Union Square— H. Meyers; salary, 8900 per an- 

■Washlngton Square— Michael Welch; salary, 8900 



Janitoe— (Head) Matthew Smith ; salary, 81,080 

(Twenty-eight subordinates— 870 per month each.) 
PoONDEEEPEE— Frederick A. Osbom; salary, $900 

per annum. 
Watchman— City Hall, John KIrkpatrIck; salary, 

8960 per annum. 
Watchman- City Hall, Charles Meyer; salary, 8900 

per 



BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

MEMBEES. 

Mayor James D. Phelan. President, ex officio. 

First Ward— Edward Holland. 

Second Ward— Edward C. Kalben. 

Third Ward— Howard Black. 

Fourth Ward— Edward L. Perrault. 

Fifth Ward— William H. Phelps. 

Sixth Ward- John Lackmann. 

Seventh Ward— Lewis F. Bylngton. 

Eighth Ward— George W. Collins. 

Ninth Ward- Albert Heyer. 

Tenth Ward— Jeremiah Deasy. 

Eleventh Ward— Arthur Attrldge. 

Twelfth Ward- Edward H. Algeltlnger. 

Clerk— John A. Russell; salary, 83.600 per annum. 

Deputy Clerk— Henry C. Farqnharson; salary, 
81,300 per annum. . „„ 

Assistant Clerk- John H. Ryan; salary, $1,800 per 

Assistant Clerk— Frank J. Sllvey; salary, 81,200 
per annum. ^^ „_ 

Assistant Clerk— George T. Phelps; salary, $1,800 
per annum. , „„^ 

Assistant Clerk— Daniel J. Dick; salary, 81,200 
per annum. , ^, „„ 

Assistant Clerk— James S.Thomson; salary, 81,800 

Assistant Clerk— John E. Hamlll ; salary, $1,200 

per annum. 
Assistant Clerk— ; salary, 

81.200 per annum. 
Expert Accountant— Cyril Williams; salary, $2,100 
per annum. . „^^ 

Sergeant-at-Arms— James R. KIrby; salary, 81.200 
per annum. 

standing committees. 
Judiciary- Bylngton. Phelps, Algeltlnger. 
Finance and Auditing— Perrault, Attridge, C llns. 
Streets, Wharves, Grades and Public Squares— Algel- 
tlnger, Kalben. Holland, Collins. Attrldge. 
Public Buildings— Holland. Kalben. Attrldge. 
Water and Water Supply— Phelps, Lackmann, Algel- 
tlnger, Black. Attridge. 
Health and Police— Collins, Attrldge, Phelps, Heyer, 

Lackmann. 
Fire Department— Heyer, Phelps, Holland, Collins, 

Kalben. 
License and Orders— Lackmann, Algeltlnger, Black. 
Hospital— Attrldge, Black, Kalben. 
Printing and Salaries— Black, Kalben. Phelps. 
Street Lights— Kalben, Phelps, Holland, Black. 

Collins. , , 

Outside Lands— Deasy, Bylngton, Perrault, Lack- 
mann. Black. 
Personal Property Assessments — Phelps, Black. 

Kalben. 
(Supervisors, salaries, $1,200 per a 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

MEMBEES. 

Edwin L. Head. 

H. E. Gedge. 

Heury M. Holbrook. 

William A. Kemp. 

William G. Stafford. 

Vanderlynn Stow. 
Secretary— James A. Simpson, salary, $2,400 per 

annum. 
Assistant Secretary- Edward W. Hulford, salary, 
$1,980 per 



P. A. Bergerot, Pros. 
George R. Armstrong. 
Henrv U. Brandenstein 
J. B.'Cole. 
John J. Conlon. 
Charles P. Eels. 



Assistant Secretary— Charles A. Berliner; salary, 

$1,680 per annum. 
Assistant Secretary— M. J. Lynch, salary, $1,680 

per annum. 
Stenographer- MIssM. F. Cuslck; salary, 8800 per 

Messenger— Jeremiah Lucey; salary, $1,320 per 



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Storekeeper— J. N. Barcel. 
Assistant Storekeeper— Grant G. Cole, 
Storeroom— Southwest corner Pine and Larkln 
streets. 

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 Elementary Education, Second- 
ary Education. Evening Schools, Rules, and on 
Qualifications of teachers. 

Buildings and Grounds— Armstrong, Conlon, Kemp. 

Elementary Education — Gedge, Holbrook, Head. 
Brandensteln, Kemp. 

Evening Schools — Brandensteln, Gedge, Armstrong. 

Finance— Holbrook, Head, Stow. 

Janitors— Cole, Head, Conlon. 

Judiciary— Eels, Brandensteln, Stafford. 

Printing— Conlon, Armstrong, Eels. 

Quallflcatlons— Brandensteln, Cole, Stow. 

Rules— Stafford, Gedge, Holbrook. 

Salaries- Kemp. Stafford, Eels. 

Secondary Education— Stow, Eels, Cole, Stafford, 
Armstrong. 

Supplies— Conlon, Gedge, Kemp. 

Visiting- Stow, Eels, Stafford. 

(Members of the Board serve without compensation.) 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Mayor James D. Phelaa, President, ex officio. 
G. J. FItzglbbon, M. D. 
R. W. Baum, M. D. 
Louis Bazet, M. D. 
J. M. Williamson, M. D. 
Health Oflicer— A. P. O'Brien, M. D.; salary. 



«3,000 per 
Visiting Physician, Twenty-sixth Street Hospltal- 

W. S. Hereford, M. D. ; salary, 81,800 per annum. 
Assistant Phyelclau— Conrad Well, M. D.; salary, 

Si, 200 per annum. 
Secretary- J. J. Dunne; salary, 82,100 per annum 
Assistant Secretary —Handel H. Zobel; salary 

81.200 per annum. 
Chief Market Inspector— Benjamin Davis; salary 

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



Assistant— Thomas F. McEnroe; salary, 8900 per 



Food, Milk and Vinegar Inspector— James P. Dock- 

ery; salary, 82.400 per annum. 
Assistant- John Thomas; salary. 8900 per 
Assistant — Not llUed; salary 8900 per annum. 
Assistant— J. J. Flannagan; salary 8900 per i 
Assistant— John Fogarty; salary 8900 per annum. 
Assistant— Frank McGluuey; salary 8900 per an- 

Asslstan t— Joseph Lehaney ; salary 8900 per annum. 
Assistant — T. W. Breese; salary $900 per annum. 
Assistant— C. W. Erkson; salary 8900 per annum. 
Clerk of Vital Statistics— F. J. Stanton; salary 

$1,200 per annum. 
Inspector Bakeries — John Washington; salary 

S900 per annum. 
Inspector Baths and Laundries— Not filled; salary 

8900 per annum. 
Garbage Inspectors— W. H. Harrison, salary §900 

per annum; J. W. Cavalry, salary 8900 per 

annum; M. Posener. salary 8600 per annum. 
Plumbing Inspector— John J. Sullivan; salary. 

81,500 per annum. 
Assistant— Thomas H. McGrath; salary, 81,200 per 



Assistant— Wllllan Kelley; salary, 81,200 per an- 
num. 

Assistant— P. F. Ward; salary 81,200 per annum. 

Assistant Disinterment Inspector— J. W. Cameron; 
salary, 81,200 per annum. 

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

Inspector— James W. Crowe; salarj', 81,200 per an- 

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

, annum. 
Inspector— Albert B. Klnne; salary, $1,200 per an- 



Inspector— Isaac L. David; salary 81,200 per an- 

Inspector— William Finnlgan; salary. 81,300 per 

annum. 
Inspector— F. E. Benjamin; salary 81,200 per an- 

Meesenger— James W. Brier; salary, 8900 per au- 

Chemlst— F. T. Green; salary 81,800 per annum. 
Assistant— R. A. Gould; salary 8900 per annum. 
Veterinary Surgeon— J. W. O'Rourke; salary 81,200 

per annum. 
Bacteriologist— J. C. Spencer, M. D.; salary 81,200 

per annum. 
Medical Attendant— E. L. Parramore; salary 81,200 

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

salary 8900 per annum. 
Ambulance Surgeon— J. T. Stafford, M. D.: salary 

8900 per annum. 
Superintendent Vaults and Disinterments— A. K. 

Happersberger; salary 81,200 per annum. 
Stenographer— Mrs. M. Turner; salary 8900 per 



Clerk of Complaints— J. F. Derha 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Department 1. Judge— James M. Seawell; term 

expires January, 1905. 
Clerk— Joseph Cunningham. 
Reporter — A. Leslie Coombs. 
Bailiff— Thomas B. Cunningham. 
Department 2. Judge— William R. Dalngerfleld 

(Presiding Judge) ; term expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— John A. Dunker. 
Reporter— Charles R. Gagan. 
Bailiff- Louis Cooper. 

Department 3. Judge— George H. Bahrs; term 
expires January, 1901. 

Clerk- W. C. Raisch. 

Reporter— H. N. Hall. 

Bailiff— Otto Lemcke. 
Department 4. Judge— John C. B. Hebbard; term 
expires January, 1903. 

Clerk- Robert H. Fitzgerald. 

Reporter — Harrison A. Jones. 

Bailiff — James Wrenn. 

Department 5. Judge— John Hunt; term expires 

January, 1903. 
Clerk — Ambrose A. Watson. 
Reporter- Edwin S. Belden. 
Bailiff— Conrad Troell. 
Department 6. (Criminal) — Judge — Frank H. 

Dunne; term expires January, 1903. 
Clerk— Ben. I. Salomon. 
Reporter — Luke Kavanagh. 
Bailiff- James H. Lennon. 
Department 7. Judge— Edward A. Belcher; term 

expires January, 1901. 
Clerk— Charles C. Morris. 
Reporter— J. J. Maginls. 
Bailiff— William T. Howe. 

Department 8. Judge— Frank J. Murasky; term 
expires January, 1905. 
Clerk— R. J. Welch. 
Reporter- James L. Holland. 
Bailiff— C. P. Troy. 

Department 9. (Probate>—Judge— James V. Cof- 
fey; term expires January. 1901. 

Clerk— J. B. Martin. 

Reporter— Samuel B. Sumner. 

Bailiff— James J. Murry. 
Department 10. (Probate and Insolvency) — Judge 
— James M. Trout; term expires January, 1905. 

Clerk— James R. McElroy. 

Reporter— H. W. Walter. 

Bailiff— Healey Davis. 
Department 11. (CrimlnaH- Judge — William' P. 
Lawlor; term expires January, 1901 

Clerk— William R. Jost. 

Reporter— Frank C. Drew. 

Bailiff— F.H. Heyer. 
Department 12. (Criminal)— Judge— Carroll Cook; 
term expires January, 1903. 

Clerk— O. A. Tolle, 

Reporter— J. P. Stevens. 

Bailiff— W. F. Dasha. 



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Seceetaet Sttpeeiob Judges— James W. Coffroth; 

(Salaries— Judges, sl.OUO per annum; Clerks, 82^00 
per annum; Bailiffs, sl.OOO per annum; Re- 
porters, fees.; 

STTPEEIOE CorET COMMISSIOSEES. 

John J. Mone. John F. Tyler. 

Flnlay Cook. Frank W Lawler. 

Engene W. Levy. J. F. Plnkham. 

(Compensation— fees.) 



JUSTICES or THE PEACE. 

Presiding Justice— Frank H. Kerrigan; salary, 
«2,"(X) per annum. 

Justice— Thomas F. Dunn; salary, $2,400 per an- 
num. „ ,^ 

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



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

Justlce— Gottlob C. Groezinger; salary, 82,400 per 

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

Deputy— James W. McCahe; salary. 81,200 per an- 

Deputy— Robert TV. Dennis; salary, 81,200 per an- 
num. 



POLICE COURTS. 

Police Coubt No. 1. Judge— Edmund P. Mogan. 

Clerk— Fred. P.. Conway. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Henry L. Joachlmsen. 

Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— Julius Pundt. 

Reporter— Daniel W. Long. 

Bailiff— Thomas F. Barry. 
Police Couet Xo. 2. Judge— Charles T. Conlan. 

Clerk— John P. Rice. 

Prosecuting Attorney— Charles A. Low. 

Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— Robert E. H. Lyons. 

Reporter — Frank Vernon. 

Bailiff— George F. Kelly. 
Police CorET Xo. 3. Judge— Thomas F. Graham. 

Clerk— Thomas A. Kelly. 

Prosecuting Attorney— George A. wentworth. 

Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— William J. Attrldge. 

Reporter— John C. Mulligan. 

Bailiff— John J. O'Connor. 
Police Cottbt Xo. 4. Judge— Alfred B. Treadwell. 

Clerk— Joseph P. McQualde. 

Prosecuting Attorney— L. G. Carpenter. 

Clerk Prosecuting Attorney— Bert Wren. 

Reporter — Howard Vernon. 

Bailiff— Austin Langford. 
<Salarle8— Police Judges, 84.000 per annum; Prose- 
cuting Attorneys, 83,000 per annum; Prosecu- 
ting Attorney's Clerks, 81.500 per annum; 
Court Clerks, 82,400 per annum; Bailiffs, 81,200 
per annum.) 

COTTET INTEEPKETEES. 

V. D. Martini. V. Marchebout. 

Louis Locke. C. D. Salfleld. 

(Salaries— 81,500 per 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

CoMMissiosEES— Robert J. Tobln. President; 
William Alvord. Moses A. Gunst and the Chief of 
Police (ex officio); Casslus P. Wright, Clerk. 

Chief of Police— Isaiah W. Lees. 

Pbopeett Cleek— James F. Moran. 

Captains of Police— Benjamin F. Bohen, James 
W. GllUn, John Splllane, John F. Seymour, George 
W.Wlttman and Andrew J. Dunlevy. 

Lieutenants— Marcellus O. Anderson, George 
Birdsall, Frederick L. Esola, aud Charles Xash. 

Detectives— Robert Hogan, Edward Byram, Ray- 
mond M. Sllvey. Gustavus D. Harper, Jeremiah F. 
Dinan, Edward M. Egan. Charles J. Cody, Arnop 
Bainbrldge, Edward J. Wren, Roscoe J. 'ftTiitaker, 
Edward L. Gibson. Charles Crockett. Thomas Dillon. 
William Price and Abraham Anthony. 

Sebgeants— James F. Moran, Mier Lindhelmer. 
Charles CuUum. Stephen Bunner. Jesse B. Cook, 
Henry P. Gleeson, John Avan. Frederick T. Brown, 
Michael J. Conboy. Thomas W. Bethell. Hans H. 
Christiansen, John C. Ayers. George B. Baldwin, 
Clarence Coogan. Thomas D. Duke, Owen Gorman. 



Charles P. Bush, John B. Martin, Thomas Mahoney, 
Henry H. Colby. Richard Bidwlll, James H. Helms 
John Duncan. Charles Nash, Thomas Flanders, Hugh 
Monaghan, Patrick Shea, Patrick J. Tobln. Edgar 
R Harper, John W. Moffitt, John Mooney, Charles H. 
McDonald. William F. Brophy, Grlfflth B. Griffiths, 
Bernard McManus, Albert A. Perrln, Thomas D. 
Barnstead, John T. Green, John W. Shields, James 
T Donovan, Christopher F. Blank, James H. Ander- 
son, Reuben A. Wolf and Shadrlck Campbell. 

Coepobals— Patrick S. Hagarty, Thomas H. Bow- 
Icn John Burke, John Parrotte, Robert L. Cockrill, 
John S. Adams, Henry ClUs. John Heany. Harry 
C. Reynolds. George W. Kussell, and Michael Shana- 
han. 



POLICE STATIONS. 

Central City Hall 

California! .' '. 538 California 

Harbor 32 Sacramento 

Ocean View Plymouth Av nr Sagamore 

Potrero . ...Cor Twentieth and Kentucky 

Seventeenth Street 3215 Seventeenth 

Southern 827 Folsom 

South San Francisco — •■• ■• 

. . .E S Railroad Av bet 14th and loth Avs South 
North End . . . .Washington bet Polk and Van Ness Av 

O'Farrell Street Ss O'Farrell nr Devlsadero 

Stanyan Street .106 Stanyan 

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CoamssiONEEs- George T. Bohen. President; 
Joseph S. Marshall. Frank G. Edwards, Colin M. 
Boyd and John W. McDonald. 
Secbetaet— George F.Maxwell. 
Assistant Secbetaky— M. L. Splnetti. 
Messengee— D. R. Connlfl. 

Engineees— D. T. Sullivan. Chief Engineer; 
John Dougherty, Assistant Chief Engineer; Thomas 
M. Fernandez, 26. Assistant Engineer; P. H. Shaugh- 
nessy. Assistant Engineer; Michael J. Dolan, As- 
^stant Engineer; John Wills, Assistant Engineer. 

John McCluskev. Relief Engineer; Edward F. Mc- 
Klttrlck. Relief Engineer; John J. Conlon. Relief 
Engineer; William D. Waters, Relief Engineer. 

Cobpobation Tabd— John W. Rellly, Superin- 
tendent Engines; John Kenney, Assistant Superin- 
tendent Engines; P. H. Fleming, Clerk; W. F. Egan, 
Veterinary Surgeon. 

Engine Co. No. 1— Location. 419 Pacific. James 
Connlfl. Foreman. „ ,. „, ,. , 

Engine Co. No. 2— Location, 410 Bush. Michael 
Boden. Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 3-Location, 1317 California. 
Thomas Magner. Foreman. , , ,. 

Engine Co. No. 4— Location, 144 Second. John 
Wilson. Foreman. 

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

Engine Co. No. 6— Location, 311 Sixth. J. H. 
Hogan, Foreman. 

ENGINE Co. No. 7— Location, 3160 Sixteenth. 
Arthur Welch, Foreman. 

ENGINE Co. No. 8— Location, 1B48 Pacific avenue. 
Stephen Russell, Foreman. .^ ,. , , ^ „ 

Engine Co. No. 9— Location, 320 Main. John Con- 
roy. Foreman. ^ ^^„,. 

Engine Co. No. 10— Location, 516 Bryant. William 
Danahy, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 11— LooBtlou. 1632 lath avenue 
South. Charles Smith. Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 12— Location, 101 Commercial. 
Michael O'Brien, Foreman. ..„,,, , 

Engine Co. No. 13— Location, 14o8 ^ alencla. 
James Riley, Foreman. 

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

Engine Co. No. 15— Location, 2114 California. 
Fred Whltaker, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 16— Location, 1009 Tennessee. 
Patrick McCormlck, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 17— Location. 34 Mint avenue. 
John Doherty, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 13— Location, 317 Duncan. William 
Holmes. Foreman. ...„,, , . ti« , 

Engine Co. No. 19— Location, 1749 Market. Henry 
F. Horn, Foreman. _ . „ 

Engine Co. No. -20— Location, 2117 Filbert. Henry 



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Engine Co. No. 22~Location. 1819 Poet- John R. 
Mitchell, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 23— Location. 3022 Washington. 
JameB Layden. Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. ^4— Location, 449 Douglass. Ed- 
ward Skelly, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 25— Location, 2547 Foleom. Jamea 
Radford. Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 26— Location, 327 Second avenue. 
James H. Dever, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 27 — Location, 621 Hermann. R. 
H. Sawyer, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 28 — Location, 301 Francisco. Jos- 
eph Keane, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 29— Location, 1305 Bryant. 
■William Byrne, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 30— Location. 1737 Waller. Daniel 
R. Sewell. Foreman. 

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

Engine Co. No. 32 — Location. Holly Park and 
West avenues. Eugene O'Connor. Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 83— Location, 117 Broad. R. T. 
Browne, Foreman. 

Engine Co. No. 34— Location, 1119 Ellis. Henry 
Mitchell. Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 1— Location, 22 O'Farrell. Eu- 
gene Crowe. Foreman. 

Tbuck Co. No. 2— Location, 627 Broadway. John 
Dryer, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 3— Location. 1749 Market. William 
Schnltz. Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 4— Location, 1648 Pactflc avenue. 
James W. Kentzel. Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 5— Location, 1819 Post. Edward 
KIngsley. Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 6— Location, 1152 Oat. William E. 
Kelly, Foreman. 

Truck Co. No. 7— Location. 3050 Seventeenth. 
William Carew, Foreman. 

Water Tower Co. No. 1— Location, 108 New 
Montgomery. Peter Wralty. Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 1— Location. 144 Second. 
Thomas Mahon. Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 3— Location. 112 
Jacfeson. William Kllday. Engineer. 

ChemicalEngineCo.no. 4— Location, McAllister 
nr. Polk. Isidore Gurmendez. Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 5— Location, 627 
Broadway. Willis E. Gallatin. Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 6— Location, 311 Sixtli. 
Thomas Murphy. Engineer. 

Chemical Engine Co. No. 7— Location, 3(te0 
Seventeenth. George Bailey. Engineer. 

Monitor Battery No. 1— Location, 1317 Cali- 
fornia. Christopher Windrow. Driver. 

Monitor Battery No. 2— Location. 22 O'Farrel). 
Charles Hinkley. Driver. 



FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELEGRAPH. 

Superintendent— William R. Hewitt: salary. 
»2,400 per annum. 

Operators— Frank Bishop. J. H. Blakely, Frank 
A. Bledermann: salaries. «1..5O0 per annum. 

Assistant Operators— Wm. L.Goodwin. Wm. A. 
Case. Chas. Claveau. salaries. 81,080 per annum. 

Inspector and Foreman of Repair Shop— 
Philip S. Benjamin; salary. «1,500 per annum. 

Assistant Inspector— Wm.G.Pennycook: salary. 
11.200 per annum. 

Repairer— Rhode J. Sweeney; salary. 91,200 per 



-John F. Ryan, salary. 



Foreman. I'ndergroitii 
•1,200 per annum. 

Assistant Repairers— David T. Griffith, James 
J. Gorman, salaries. «1.08U per annum 

Instrument Makers— Albert Schurch. Anton 
Glock, Gustave H. Dworzek, Silas L. Pierce. Chas. J. 
Weiler, Edward S.WIswell, salaries, ?1.0mO per annum. 

Draughtsman— Chas. M. Allen, salary, «1,080 per 



Batteryman— Daniel Shay; salary. «1,0S0 per i 



Department Yard. Folsom street, between Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth streets. 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph Office, 9 Brenham 
Place. 

In addition to the above list we have abuot 40 line- 
men and underground men. 



NOTICE TO KEYHOLDERS. 

Keys to be used only In case of actual necessity. 

If this request Is not compiled with, the Key wIIU 
be taken from the holder. 

Upon the discovery or positive Information of a Are- 
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 dowo. 
again; If you still hear no alarm, go to the next 
nearest box and give the alarm from that. If no- 
ught shows up, wait at the box and direct the fire- 
men to flre. Never signal for a fire seen at a dis- 
tance. Be sure your box le locked before leaving lt_ 

Do not grive an Alarm .for a BurnlnK 
Chlmiiey. Give an alarm for no cause whatever, 
except an actual fire. Second, Third and Generat 
Alarms will be turned In only by order of the Chief 
Engineer or his Assistants. 



FIRE ALARM BOXES. 

S — Montgomery Avenue and Union. 
9 — Montgomery Avenue and Vallejo. 

15 — Clay and East and Ferry Depot. 

16— Pacific and Mason. 

17 — Pacific and Kearny. 

18— Jackson and Sansome. 

19— Davis and Washington. 

21 — Clay and Kearny. 

23— Clay and Taylor. 

S4— Clay and Powell. 

25 — Dupont and Washington. 

26— Clay and Battery. 

27 — Montgomery and Washington. 

28— Pine and Dupont. 

29— California and Stockton. 

.31— Sacramento and Sansome. 

32— Drumm and California. 

34— 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 anil 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. 

.>6— Bryant and Rtncon Place. 

57— Brannan and Second. 

.=>8— Folsom and First. 

59— Brannan and First. 

fil— 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 Seventh. 

74 — Sixteenth and Guerrero. 

75— Jones and Mc.\llister. 

76— Market and Hayes. 

78— Howard and Ninth. 

79— Folsom and Twelfth. 

81— Franklin and Haves. 

82— Fulton and Gough. 

83— Octavia and Oak. 

S4— Market opposite Halght. 

85— Laguna and Hayes. 

86— Market and Van Ness Avenue. 

87— Hayes and Steiner. 

91— Larkln and Turk. 

92- Franklin and Turk. 

93— Turk and Jones. 

94^Polk and Ellis. 

95— Taylor and Golden Gate Avenue. 

96— Ellis and Taylor. 

97— Polk and McAllister. 

98— Stockton and Ellis. 
122 — Larkln and Greenwich. 
123— Hyde and Union. 
124— North Point and Larkln. 
125- Jones and Filbert. 
126— Hyde and Washington. 



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Fire Harm Boxes. 



127— Broadway and Polk. 


283— Church and Twenty-eighth. 


128— Clay and Leavenworth. 


284— Mission and Twenty-ninth. 


129 — ^Pacific and Leavenworth. 


285— Florida and Twenty-fifth. 


132-PlDe and Mason. 


286— Tork and Twenty-fourth. 


13S— Bush and Powell. 


287— Sanchez and Twenty-ninth. 


lS4-Bu8h and Hyde. 


288— California and Coso Aves. 


135— Bush and Polk. 


289— Folsom and Preclta Avenue. 


136— Post and Van Ness Avenue. 


291— Jones and Vallejo. 


137— Post and Larkln. 


293— Jackson and Stockton. 


138— California and Larkln. 


294 — Sacramento and Dupont. 


139— Ellis and Hyde. 


295— Powell and Broadway. 


142— Valencia and Twentieth. 


296— California and Kearny. 


lis— Mission and Twenty-second. 


312— Jackson and Laguna. 


344— Howard and Seventeenth. 


314— California and Laguna. 


145 — Folsom and Twenty-second. 


315— Jackson and Baker. 


146— Folsom and Sixteenth. 


316— Vallejo and Scott. 


147— Howard and Twentieth. 


317— Clay and Buchanan. 


148— Mission and Sixteenth. 


321— Pierce and California. 


149— Folsom and Eighteenth. 


324— Sacramento and Broderlck. 


152— Brannan and Seventh. 


325— California aud Central Avenue. 


153— Harrison and Seventh. 


326— Sutter and Baker. 


1154— Bryant and Sixth. 


327- Point Lobos Avenue and Parker Avenue. 


156 — Fourth and Berry. 


328— Point Lobos Avenue and Wood. 


157— Folsom and Fourth. 


341-E1118 and Pierce. 


158— Folsom and Fifth. 


342-Golden Gate Avenue and Octavla. 


159— Folsom and Sixth. 


344- McAllister and Pierce. 


162— Pacittc Avenue and Franklin. 


345— Hayes and Central Avenue. 


163— California and Franklin. 


346— Broderlck and Golden Gate Ave. 


164— Clay and Polk. 


351- Montgomery and Broadway. 


165— Lombard and Van Ness Avenue. 


352— Bay and Kearny. 


166— Washington and Gough. 


354— Front and Broadway. 


172-McAllister and Buchanan. 


355— Battery and Union. 


173— Eddy and Buchanan. 


356— Sansorae and Greenwich. 


174— Turk and Fillmore. 


357— Kearny and Green. 


175 — Webster aud Grove. 


358— Pacific and Drumm. 


176— Post and Octavla. 


359 — Sansome and Chestnut. 


178 — Buchanan and Geary. 


361— Thirteenth and Guerrero. 


179— O'Farrell and Gough. 


362-Noe and Fifteenth. 


182— Townsend and Sixth. 


364— Howard and Fourteenth. 


183— Mission and Eighth. 


• 365 — Fourteenth and Harrison. 


184— Folsom and Rausch. 


366— Nineteenth and Diamond. 


18.5— Harrison and Tenth. 


367— Douglass and Seventeenth. 


186— Fifth and Bryant. 


368— Market and Church. 


187— Bryant and Eighth. 


369— Eighteenth and Danvera. 


188— Brannan and Ninth. 


371— Sutter and Mason. 


189 — Hooper and Sixth. 


3?2— Geary and Leavenworth. 


192— Montomery Ave. and Taylor. 


374— Pine and Jones. 


193— Lombard and Leavenworth. 


381— Halght and Buchanan. 


194— Stockton and Chestnut. 


382-Fillmore and Waller. 


195 — Montgomery Ave. and Greenwich. 


384— Webster and Oak. 


196— Stockton and Greenwich. 


385- Halght and Scott. 


197— Bay and Powell. 


386 — Oak and Devisadero. 


198— Filbert and Dupont. 


387— Hayes and Broderlck. 


"213 — Bush and Buchanan. 


389— South Broderlck and Thirteenth. 


^4— Sutter and Pierce. 


391— Ashbtfry and Frederick. 


"215— Washingtoli and Webster. 


392— Page and Central Avenue. 


■216— Sacramento and Fillmore. 


394— Page and Cole. 


"217— Pine and Devisadero. 


395— Halght and Stanyan. 


-218— Bush and Fillmore. 


396 — Stanyan and Parnassus Avenue. 


^19— Filbert and Fillmore. 


412— Point Lobos and First Avenues. 


1!3I— Howard and Twenty-fourth. 


413— Clement and Seventh Avenue. 


"234— Harrison and Twenty-fourth. 


415— Clement and Twelfth Avenue. 


"235— Potrero Avenue and Twenty-second. 


416— Fulton and Stanyan. 


■236— Mission and Twenty-sixth. 


417— Fulton and Eighth Avenne. 


237— Dolores and Twenty-second. 


418— Point Lobos and Fifth .\venues. 


■238— Potrero Avenue and Sixteenth. 


419— California and Fourth -Avenue. 


239— Bryant and Nineteenth. 


425 — Baker and Lombard. 


241- Bush and Gough. 


426— Baker and Jefferson. 


243— Scott and Clay. 


431— Cherry and Sacramento. 


244— O'Farrell and Broderlck. 


432- Washington and Walnut Avenue. 


245— Stelner and Geary. 


435 — Jackson and Maple. 


■216— Post and Devisadero. 


451— Mission and Highland Avenue. 


217— Turk and Scott. 


452— North and Cortland Avenues. 


■248— Fulton and Devisadero. 


453— Sanchez and Twenty-sixth. 


249- McAllister and Central Avenue. 


455— Twenty-fourth and Douglass. 


■2)1— Broadway and Octavla. 


456— Xoe and Twenty-first. 


■253 — Union and Laguna. 


457— Church and Twentieth. 


2M— Pierce and Union. 


458— Guerrero and Army. 


■255— Vallejo and Buchanan. 


459— Randall and Chenery. 


■256- Fillmore and Pacific. 


461— Bryant and Twenty-first. 


■257— Fillmore and Chestnut. 


462— Twenty-third and Vermont. 


■258— Pacific and Pierce. 


463— Alabama and Montcalm. 


■^9— Bay and Buchanan. 


475— Eighth Avenue and H. 


261— Mission and First. 


485 — Point Lobos and Twenty-second Avenues. 


263— Main and Bryant. 


486— Cliff Avenue and Forty-eighth Avenue. 


■264— California and Front. 


512— Kentucky and Fourth. 


■265— Main and Mission. 


513— Kentucky and Eighteenth. 


•267— Market and Beale. 


5U-Twentiethand Michigan 


271— Church and Seventeenth. 


516 — Georgia and Twenty-second. 


2J3— Noe and Eighteenth. 


517— Kentucky and Twenty-second. 


274— Guerrero and Twenty-fourth. 


518 — Twentieth and Connecticut. 


275— Church and Twenty-fourth. 


519— Eighteenth and Mississippi. 


276— Valencia and Eighteenth. 


5SI— Seventeenth and Carolina. 


277— Castro and Twentieth. 


52-2— Vermont and Nineteenth. 


278 — Castro and Twenty-fourth. 


331— Kentucky and First Avenue South. 


279— Mission and Nineteenth. 


332— Sixth Avenue South and M. 


281— San Bruno Road and Armv. 


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536 — Railroad Avenue and Tenth Avenue South. 

537— Fifteenth Avenue South and Q. 

53S— Twelfth Avenue South and P. 

539— Railroad and Eighteenth Avenuee. 

541— San Bruno and Fifteenth Avenue South. 

542— Cortland and Nevada Avenues. 

546— San Bruno and Silver Avenues. 

561— Mission and Silver Avenue. 

563 — Mission and Onondaga Avenue. 

566— Mission and Sickles Avenue. 

571— Chenery and Castro. 

572— Hearst Avenue and Baden. 

574— San Jose and Ocean Avenues. 

577 — Ocean and Faxton Avenues. 

578— Plymouth Avenue and Sagamore. 



FIBE PATROL 



STAxroN Xo. 1— Location. 106-108 Jessie. Frank 
James. Lieutenant; Jesse M. Smith. Sergeant; A. D. 
Yost. G. Butt. E. Siineway. W. J. SInnotl. Geo. Brown. 
E.McCawley. A. Hansen. J. W. Comstock. and J. C. 
Sullivan, Privates ; C. H. DeKnlght. Watchman. 

STATION" Xo. 2— Location, corner Eddy and Polk. 
Christopher Lee. Lieutenant: Charles R.MaglU. Ser- 
geant: Peter Thaten, E. L. Euberts. F. Simons, 
and James F. Stilt. Privates : C. Xolan and T. MuUIns, 
Substitutes. 



FIRE UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION OF THE 
PACIFIC. 

Meets third Tuejsdays in each month, at their 
rooms, 303 California. The object Is the mutual im- 
provement of methods and practices In underwrit- 
ing. Officers- Edward Nlles. President: Frank .» 
Devlin. Vice-President; Calvert Meade. Secretary 
and Treasurer: Executive Committee. John T. 
Fogarty, A.R. Grim and Leslie A. Wright: Library 
Committee, Herbert Folger, H. McD. Spencer and 
Whitney Palache. 



ART SOCIETIES. 

Art AssociATiox, The San Fraxcisco — 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 this 
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- Joseph D. Grant, President; Edward 
Bosqul, First Vice-President; L. P. Latimer. Second 
Vice-President; William G. Stafford. Secretary; 
J. R. Martin. Assistant Secretary: George Whlttell, 
Treasurer. 

The school of design connected with the Associa- 
tion was organized December 31, 1873. The school 
has one hundred and sixty-five pupils. Its affairs 
are managed bv a committee of members of the Art 
Association. R. D. Telland, Arthur F. Mathews. 
H. S. Fonda, John A. Stanton. Douglas Tllden 
and Mrs. A. B. Chittenden, Instructors. 



BANES. 



SAN FRAXCISCO CLEARING HOUSE. 

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

CLEARING HOUSE COMMITTEE. 

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



Ameeicax Bank and Teist Compaxy of San 

Feancisco. Incorporated December 7. 1887: Mills 
building, comer Montgomery and Bush streets: Ed- 
win Fretwell, President; James J. Fagan. C^ehler. 
Capital stock. $500,000; amount subscribed, »426,8O0; 
amount paid In coin. S42fi.800: total number of shares 
of stock Issued. 4,268; amount paid on each share of 
stock, 8100. Directors— Edwin Fretwell, W. A. Mar- 
shall, David Kerr. James H. Garrett. O. D. Baldwin. 
James Gamble. William Rennle. 

AXGLO-C.4.LIFOESIAN Bank. Limited (San Fran- 
cisco branch). Incorporated April 5. 1873; northeast 
comer Sansome and Pine streets; I. Stelnhart and P. 
N. Llllenthal, Managers. Capital stock authorized, 
£1,200,000: amount subscribed, £600,000; amount paid 
In coin. £.300.300; total number of shares of stock 
issued. 29.970, £10 ordinary; 600 £l deferred shares; 
amount paid on each share of stock, £10 for ordinary. 
£1 for deferred. Directors— Isaac Sellgman. C. H. 



Bank of British CoLrMBiA (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; 120 Sansome street; H. M. 
J. McMlchael, agent; J. R. Ambrose, agent. Capital 
stock, W.866,500 ; amount subscribed. «4,866.500 ; 
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. Brodle, 
J. J. Cater, G. Farrer. H. R. Farrer. R. H. Glyn, E. A. 
Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. KIngsford, F. Lub- 
bock, G. D. Whatman. 

Bank op Commerce. Incorporated May 24, 1895; 
southeast corner Market and Fourth (Flood build- 
ing); William C. Murdoch. President; C.S.Benedict. 
Vice-President; R. B. Murdoch. Cashier; Capital 
stock, $250,000. Directors— C. S. Benedict, Wm. C. 
Murdoch, R. B. Murdoch. H. A. Hornleln. 

CAirroRxiA Safe Deposit and Trust Com- 
PANT^. Organized April 24. 1882; corner California 
and Montgomery streets; J. D. Fry, President; J. 
Dalzell Brown, Manager; E. E. Shotwell. Secretary. 
Capital stock,$1.000,000; amount subscribed, $1,000,000; 
amount paid In coin, $1,000,000: total number of 
shares of stock Issued, 10,000; amount paid on eacb 
share of stock. $100. Directors— J. D. Fry. R. D. Fry, 
A. D. Sharon, James Treadwell, Milton J. Bartnett. 
I. G. Wlckersham. H. A. Hedger, Henry F. Fort- 
mann, J. Dalzell Brown. 

California Savings and Loan Society (in 
liquidation). David Farquharson, President; Vemon 
Campbell, Secretary; 28 Mills building. 2d floor. 

Columbian Banking Company. Incorporated 
March 10. 1893; Claus Spreckels Building, comer 
of Market and Third streets; I. J. Truman, 
President ; C. O. Perry, Cashier. Capital stock. 
$1,000,000; amount subscribed. $250,000; amount 
paid In coin, $75,100: total number of shares of stock 
Issued. 2,500: amount paid on each share of stock, $3i> 
on 2,495 shares, and $50 on five shares. Directors— 
I. J. Truman, W. S. Miller. C. O. Perry, J. C. Currier, 
John Coop, R. H. Warfleld, F. L. Turpln. 

CoLiTMBrs Savings and Loan Society. Incorpo- 
rated January 18, 1893; 614 Washington street; J. F. 
Fugazl. President; E. C. Palmlerl. Vice-President; 

F. N. Belgrano. Cashier. Directors — J. F. Fugazl^ 
Joseph Cnneo, Glacomo Costa. I. W. Hellman, E. 
C. Palmlerl. George G. Cagllerl, F. Arata, G. Baci- 
galupl, Antonio Chlchlzola. 

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

Cbockeb-Woolworth National Bank. Organ- 
ized August 31. 1886; junction Montgomery. Post 
and Market streets; William H. Crocker, President; 

G. W. Kline. Cashier: W. Gregg. Jr., Assistant 
Cashier. Capital stock. $1,000,000. paid In coin; sur- 
plus fund, $700,000- Directors— William H. Crocker, 
W. E. Brown. C. E. Green, E. B. Pond. G. W. Kline, 
G. W. Scott. Henry J. Crocker. 

Donohok-Kelly Banking Company. Incorpo- 
rated March 1. 1891; northeast cor. Montgomery and 
Sutter streets; Adam Grant, President: J. A. Dono- 
hoe, Vice-President; James A. Thompson, Cashier; 



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Edward Donohoe, Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, 
«650,000; amount subscribed, $650,000; amount paid 
In coin, 8650,000; total number of shares of stoct 
Issued, 6,500; amount paid on each share of stock, 
4100. Directors— Adam Grant, J. A. Donohoe, Eu- 
gene Kelly, N. P. Cole, Irving M. Scott, John Bermlng- 
ham, George Whittell, E. H. Pease, Edward Dono- 
hoe, C. de Gutgne. 

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

French Savings Bank. (La SocWtiS Franpalse 
d'Epargnes et de Prevoyance Mutuelle). Re- 
incorporated March 10, 1819; 534 California street; 
E J. LeBreton. President; Howard Park, Secretary. 
Capital stock, «300,000; amount subscribed, «300,000; 
amount paid In coin. 8300,000 ; reserve and surplus, 
8217,000; total number of shares of stock issued, 
«0OO; amount paid on each share of stock, 850. 
Directors- E. J. LeBreton, M. A. de Laveaga, A. 
Schneider. Paul Fleury, J. C. Sala. 
, German Savings and Loan Society. Incorpo- 
rated February 10, 1868; 526 California street; B. A. 
Becker, President; A. H. R. Schmidt, Cashier; 
William Herrmann, Assistant Cashier ; George 
Tourny, Secretary; A. H. Muller, Assistant Secre- 
tary; Capital stock, 81,200,000; amount subscribed, 
81 200,000; amount paid In coin, 81,000,000; total 
number of shares of stock Issued, 1,200; amount paid 
on each share of stock, 8883.33. Directors— B. A. 
Becker, H.Horstmann, Ign.Stelnhart, Daniel Meyer, 
John Lloyd, Emil Bohte, H. B. Buss, D. N.Walter, 
N. Ohlandt. 

Germania Tritst Co.. 42 Montgomery. Author- 
ized Capital, 81,000,000; paid up capital and reserve, 
«875,000; Officers- Ernst A. Denlcke, President; F. 
Kronenberg, Vice-President; H. Brunner, Cashier. 
Board of Directors— Ernst A. Denlcke, F. Kronen- 
berg J. C. Rued, A. Sbarboro, F. C. Slebe, Albert G. 
■WIel'and, H. P. Sonntag, John Rapp, H. Brunner. 

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

Hibebnia Savings and Loan Society The. In- 
corporated April 12, 1859; reincorporated August 30, 
1864; corner Market, McAllister and Jones streets; 
JamesR. Kelly, President; Robert J. Tobln, Secre- 
tary. Directors— Robert J. Tobln, James R. Kelly, 
Alfred Tobln, Charles Mayo, Richard M. Tobln, 
Joseph S. Tobln, Patrick Crowley, Edward J. Tobln. 
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corpora- 
tion. (Agency.) Capital paid up, 810,000,000; reserve 
funds, 810,000,000; reserve liability of shareholders, 
810.000,000. San Francisco Agency, 401 Montgomery 
street. W. H. Harries, Agent. 

Humboldt Savings and Loan Society. Incor- 
porated November 24, 1369; 18 Geary street; Adolph 
C Weber, President; Ernest Brand, Secretary. Capi- 
tal stock, 8.'MO,000; amount subscribed, 8300,000; 
amount paid In coin, 8300,000; total number of shares 
of stock Issued, SOO; amount paid on each share of 
stock, 81,000. Directors— Adolph C. Weber, W. J. 
Lowry, W. 8. Keyes, I. Kohn, George H. Luchslnger. 
Italian-American Bank. Incorporated March 
16 1899; northeast corner Montgomery and Com- 
mercial streets; A. Sbarboro, President; Henry J. 
Crocker, Vice-President; A. E. Sbarboro, Cashier. 
Capital subscribed, 8500,000; capital paid up, 8250,000. 
Directors— A. Sbarboro, Henry J. Crocker, P. C. 
Rossi, Dr. P. DeVecchl, A. Merle, P. Barblerl, S. L. 
Goldstein, Thos. J. Welsh, Chas. H. Malm. 

London and San Francisco Bank (Limited) 
Established 1865; reincorporated September 13, 1880; 
424 California street ; William Steel, Manager ; 
Gustav Frlederlch, Cashier. Capital stock of the 
bank of which this Is a branch, £700,000; amount 
subscribed, £490,000; amount paid In coin, £490,000; 
total number of shares of stock Issued, 70,000; amount 
paid on each share of stock, £7. Directors- 
Henry Goschen. Charles Hemery, William Newbold, 
Bendlx Koppel, Robert Eyrie, Arthur Scrivener, 
Norman Dunning RIdeout. 

London, Paris, and American Bank (Limited) 
Incorporated January 9, 1884; northeast corner San- 
some and Sutter streets; Slg. Greenebaum and 
C. Altschul, Managers. Capital stock, 82,500,000; 
amount subscribed. 82,500,000; amount paid In 
coin 82,000,000; total number of shares of stock 



Issued, 25,000; amount paid on each share of stock, 
880. Directors— W. Patcrson, Simon Lazard, D. Cahh , 
Max Eosenhain, John H. Gwyther. 

Mercantile Teost Co. Organized, 1899; 236Bush 
street, Mills Building. Frederick W. Zelle, Presi- 
dent; N. D. RIdeout, Vice-President; John Dempster 
McKee, Cashier and Secretary. Capital stock, 
81,000,000. Directors— F. W. Zelle, Clans Spreckels, 
James D. Phelan, N. D. Eldeout, D. O. Mills. E. W 
Hopkins, Wm. G. Irwin, M. H. Hecht, Warren D. 
Clark, Wm. Babcock and George Crocker. 

Mutual Savings Bank of San Francisco. In- 
corporated November 21, 1889; 33 Post street; James 
D. Phelan, President; Geo. A. Story, Cashier; C^. 
Hobson, Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, 81,000, 
000; amount subscribed, 81,000,000; amount paid In 
coin, 8300,000 ; total number of shares of stock Is- 
sued, 10,000; amount paid on each share of stock, 
830. Directors— James D. Phelan, James Moffltt, 
John A. Hooper, C. G. Hooker, S. G. Murphy, F. J. 
Sullivan, L. P. Drexler, Eobert McElroy, Jos. D. 
Grant. 

Nevada National Bank of San Francisco 
Incorporated October, 1875; northwest corner Mont- 
gomery and Pine streets; I. W. Hellman, President; J. 
F. Blgelow, Vice-President; I.W. Hellman, Jr.. Second 
Vice-President; Geo. Grant, Cashier; W. McGavIn, 
Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, 83,000,000; amount 
subscribed, 83,000.000; amount paid In coin, 
83,000,000; total number of shares of stock Issued, 30,- 
OOO ; amount paid on each share of stock, 8100. Direct 
ors- H. F. Allen, J. F. Blgelow, H. L. Dodge, J. L. 
Flood, Lewis Gerstle, C. de Gulgne, I. W. Hellman. 
J. W. Mackay, Levi Strauss, Eobert Watt, D. N. 
Walter. 

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

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

People's Home Savings Bank (In liquidation). 
Claus Spreckels Bldg., Uth floor; George F. David 
son; President, I. J. Truman, Vice-President; W. 
E. Palmer, Secretary and Manager. 

San Francisco National Bank. Organized Oc- 
tober 18, 1897; southeast corner Pine and Sansome 
streets; James K. Wilson, President; E. A. Brugu- 
lere Vice-President; L. I. Cowgill, Cashier; F. W. 
Wolfe As8t. Cashier. Capital, paid In coin, 8500,000; 
Directors— E. A. Brugulere, William P. Johnson. 
C S. Benedict, John Barton, George A. Pope, D. J. 
Staples, James K. Wilson. 

San Francisco Savings Union. Incorporated 
June 18, 1862; 532 California street; E. B. Pond, 
President; W. C. B. de Fremery, Vice-President: 
Lovell White, Cashier. Capital stock, 81,000,000, paid 
up- Directors— Albert Miller. George W. Beaver, 
George C.Boardman. Eobert Watt, W. C.B. de Frem- 
ery, Daniel E. Martin, Thomas Magee, George Tash- 
elra, E. B. Pond. 

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, Charles 
R. Bishop, Geo. E. Goodman. E. C. Burr. W. E. Davis. 
Secitrity Savings Bane. Incorporated March 
2 1871; 222 Montgomery street; Wlnfleld S. Jones. 
President; William Babcock, Vice-President; S.L. 
Abbot, Jr., Secretary. Capital stock, 8300,000, 
amount subscribed, 8300,000; amount paid In coin, 
8300,000; total number of shares of stock issued, 
1200- amount paid on each share of stock, SiiO. 
Directors— William Alvord, William Babcock, Adam 
Grant, Wlnfleld S. Jones, E H. Pe^se, E J. Mc- 
Cutchen, S. L. Abbot, Jr., H. H. Hewlett, O. D. 
Baldwin. 

Swiss-American Bank. Incorporated 1896; 624 
Montgomery street; Brunner, Martin & Togpazzlnl. 
Agents; Arthur Bour, Cashier. Capital stock of the 
Bank of which this is a branch Is 81,000,000; amount 
subscribed, 8300,000; amount paid in coin, 8300,000, 
amount paid on each share of stock, 8100, Directors 
-R. Martmonl, G. Rottanzl, C. Gehret, P. Tognazzlnl, 
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Thk Bask of Califobnia. Incorporated June, 
1864Tnonhw?stcornerCallfornlaandSan8ome«Teet8; 
Wll lam Alvord, President; Thomas Brown CaBhto- 
Capital stock, »3,000,UOO; amount subscribed, M.™. 
ofi)- amount paid in coin, S3.(»0,000; total number of 
Xr?rof stock Issued, 30,00(); "■no""* P"'? °,° f,'"'? 
share of stock, $100. I""e'°"7T„'l' B^rrt rharle« 
M Allen William Babcock, Antolne Borel Oharles 
R.Blshoi, Adam Grant, H. H. Hewlett, Mward W. 
Hopkins, M. Lewis, Jacob Stern, George Whlttell. 

TTnion Trust Compant of San Keanoisco. In- 
corpOTa^ed February 6, 1893; junction Montgomery, 
Post and Market streets: Isnlas W Helltnan^ Pres - 
dent- Chr de GulgnS, Vice-President: I. W. Hell- 
.ma°nVj?. secretary ind cashier: Charles J. Deer^ng. 
Assistant Secretary and Cashier Capital stocK 
H ffiO S; amount subscribed, 81,2.TO,000: amount paid 
In coirV;50,000; total number of shares of stock 
Issued i 250: amount paid on each share of stock, S600. 
Dfrectors-IsaSs W. Hellman, Chr. de Gulgn6, Lewis 
Gerstle H F Allen. J. L. Flood, H. L. Dodge, George 
?Mar'ye, Jr. Robert Watt, John D. Spreckels, 
Timothy Hopkins. Antolne Borel. 

Wblls Fakgo & Company Bank. Estab- 
lished 1852: corner Market and Sansome streets: 
Tohn J. Valentine, President: Homer S. King. 
Manaeer: H. Wadsworth. Cashier; F. L. LIpman 
AsB°Mant Cashier; H. L. MlUer, Second Asslstarit 
Cashier Stock. 88.000.000: amount subscribed. 
83 OO) 000: amount pald.ln coin, 8500.000: total number 
of rtai^B Of stock issued 80,00); surplus 83,750 WO. 
Directors-John Bermlngham, Benjamin P. Cheney, 
Oliver Eldrldge, Dudley Evans, Geo. E. Gray Henry 
E. HunSngton. Homer S. King, John J. McCook. 
John J. Valentine. 

YOKOHAMA Specie Bank The (Ltd.). 515 Mont- 
gomery. 

BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONS. 

Austrian Military and Benevolent Associa- 
tion Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each 
month. Drill first and third Wednesdays each month 
at 507 Sutter street. Offlcers-M Perlch, Presi- 
dent: A. N. Batchla. Vice-President: P Saulovlch 
Recording Secretary: George Mastahlnlch. FInanc al 
Secretarj': P. Svetlnlch. Treasurer; M. Sabadlo. 
Captain. 

Cambrian Mutual Aid Society Meets second 
Monday of each month at 1133 Mission street. 
OWect— Mutual beneficial purposes. Prof. Thomas 
Price, President: John Edwards. Secretary. 

Chebea Aohim Rachmonim Association 
Meets first Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 
Eddy street. Object-Benevolence In case of sick- 
ness and death. 

Chebra Benai Yisrael Society Meets the 
third Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 tddy 
street. Object-Benevolence In case of sickness and 
death. 

Chebra Biker Cholim Society, Meets the first 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 
Ohiect— Benevolence In case of sickness and death. 
S. Levlt. President; A. N. Levy, Secretary, 161 
Russ street. 

Chebra B-rith Shalom Society. A .Jewish so- 
ciety, established 37 years ago, with a membership of 
ninety. Meetings are held the first Sunday of each 
month m Shlels' Building. 32 O'Farrell street. Ob- 
iect-Toald Its members In sickness and distress. 
M. Lewis, President; G. SIna. Vice-President: .J. 
Lewis, Treasurer; S. Meyer, Secretary, 224 Sixth 

CHEBRA Ohavai Sholem SOCIETY. Meetsatl21 
Eddv street every second Sunday In each month. 
Chas. Danzlger. President: Julius Israelsky, Sec- 
retary. 840 McAllister street. 

Chebra Ohiboth Ziox Society. Meets thethlrd 
Sunday afternoon of each month at 121 Eddy street. 
Object— Benevolence In case of sickness and death. 
Ignatz Levy, President; Jacob Gans, Secretary: D. 
Davis. Treasurer. 

Chevra Gemilus Chasodim Free Loan Society. 
Regular meetings the third Sunday of each mouth, 
nt B'nal B'rlth Building. The Loan Committee 
meets every Sunday morning. M. J.Cohn. Presi- 
dent; D.Lande. Secretary. 

CHEVRA Shaare Kefooah. Regular meetings 
second and fourth Sundays of each month at 120 
O'Farrell street. A. I>. Zlnnamon. President: U. 
Lande. Secretary. 



Beaefit Associations. 



CONQKEGATION BETH MeNAHIM StrEISAND,- 

835-837 Minna street, between Fourth and Flftlb 
streets. A. M. Jacobs. President; S. J. Levy. Sec- 
retary ; A. Shenson, Treasurer. Rev. H. Samuelson. 
Cantor; H. Cllnowsky, Collector: Services every- 
morning and evening. 

CONSREGATION Nevah Zedek. 943 MIssIod Street. 
Orthodox service dally morning and evening. A. H^ 
Krann. President; A. N. Levy. Secretary, 151 Russ 
street. 

Danish Society (DaRIa). Branch No. 2 meets 
every Thursday evening at 909 Market street. M. 
Chrlstensen. President, .32 Geary street; Hans K. 
Sorensen, Secretary, 1318 Natoma street. 

Exempt Fire Company. Orgaiilzed under an. 
Act of the Legislature, approved March 14, ISii- 
Obiects— Social Intercourse and mutual benefit- 
Meetings held on the third Monday of each month, 
at the hall of the company, 16 Brenham place Offl- 
PPra— George T. Bohen, President: A. J. Jessup^ 
Vice-President: John J. Gullfoyle, Secretary;. 
James W. Kentzel, Treasurer. 

Exempt Relief Fund. Joseph Flgel, President, 
1415 McAllister street: James O'Donnell, Secretary, 
15 Brenham place. 

FIRST Hebrew Ladies Mutual Benefit Asso- 
ciation. Organized 1864. Number of members, 
Snt hundred and eighty. Objects-To aid Its 
members In sickness and distress, and 'o bury the- 
dead. Meets first Sunday of each month at 121 Eddy 
street Baruch Cohen, President; Isaac Adams. 
Vice-President: I. Baer, Treasurer: S. Meyer, Secre- 
tary, 224 Sixth street. 

FIRST HUNGARIAN SOCIETY OF SaN FraNOISOO 

Meets first and third Sunday evenings of each month. 
In Columbian Building. Object— Beneficial. 

Fisheemen-s Mutual Bkn-jvolent Society.- 
Meets at 808 Montgomery street on the first Satur- 
day evening of each month. 

French Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each mon* "f^-^ 
Post street Thev give free treatment In case of 
rSness either at hSme or at the French Hospital ; 
A. Legallet, President. 

Gambrinus Benevolent Society. Meets first 
Saturday of each month at 510 Bush street. Richard 
Kummerlander. President: John Fancuch, Record- 
ing Secretary. 

GARrBALDl Mutual Aid Society. Meets second 
Thursday of each month at Garibaldi Hall. 428 Broad- 
way F Zelro. President : F. Delmonte. First Vice- 
President; S. Cereghlno. Second Vice-President; J.. 
Fopplano. Treasurer; G. Ertola, Secretary. 

Har Harmorioh Lodge. No. 3, O. K. L. B. Meets 
In B B. Hall second Sunday of each month. Ob.iect 
—Benevolence In case of sickness. Abe Morris, 
President: A. N. Levy, Secretary. 

lMPROVEi> Order of Red Men Endowsient Fund 
Association. Organized September 8, 1881. M. J- 
Falrfield president; S. H^ Wilcox, Vice-Presi- 
dent: Frank J. Fuller, Secretary: H. H. Cole, Treas- 
urer. Meets first Tuesday evening In each quarter 
at 320 Post street. 

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

Italian Bersaglieri Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety. Meets at Washington Square Hall, Ber- 
saglieri Building, 1525 Stockton street, second Tues- 
day and Thursday of each month. Number of mem- 
bers, two hundred. 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets- 
first and second Monday In each mouth at Pioneer 
Hall. 808 Montgomery street. Established for the 
purpose of aftSrdlng assistance to sck members. 
V Ravenna. President; S. Bottaro. Vice-President; 
r! Vannucci, Treasurer; G. Malplede, Secretary, 
1605 Stockton street. 

Italian Reali Carabinieei Mutual Aid So- 
ciety. Socleta dl Mutuo Soccorsodella Compa.gnla 
Reall Carablnlerl Itallanl. 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 428 Broad- 
way ;S. Cereghlno. President, Res. No. 3. St Charles 
Place, A.SabatIno and V. Fusco, Vice-Presidents; T. 
Venturl, Treasurer, 315 Montgomery avenue; A 
Babbino, Collector: Thomas Maino, Secretary, 121ft 
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ITAIIAS Sbaepshootees OF THE ALPS. Armory, 
J826 Powell street. Number ol members, 200. 
"Twenty military members. 

JODE.NETMEN BUTCHEES' PBOTECTITE AND BE- 
NEVOLENT Association of the Pacific Coast. 
Meets at 909W Market street <=very Thursday night. 
Pay benefits In case of sickness and protect the wia- 
<low8 and orphans. John O'Keete, President; J . R. 
Richardson. Vice-President; Ben Davis. Recording 
-Secretary, 1627 Polk street. 

La Ligce d'Henei IV. Was founded January 6, 
"1895 It Is a mutual aid and benefit society. It has 
542 active members. Meets second and fourth Mon- 
dav evenlncrs of each month at 620 Bush street, 
California Hall. Business ofilce at U2-143 Crocker 
Building. Officers for the term 1399-1900-Honorary 
P^esldelt. P. B. Berges; President of Honor, 
John Bayle; President, Bernard Sarthou; First Vice- 
President, P. Bellegarde; Second y":e-P'-t»'^f.'^';^';- 
Lacaze; Recording Secretary, J. Arees, Financial Sec- 
Tetary. J. P. Casenave; Treasurer. Justin L»bartjie. 
Dlrectors-J. S. Godeau, J. Mlalocq. Theophlle 
lacosteyp. A. Bergerot, P. Blgue. J. Melllette, R M. 
Agulrre, A. Lacoste. Medical Serylce--Dr. L. Bazet, 
■ol Geary street; Dr. F. R. Orella, 40b Sutter street. 
Madrid Mutual Benetolknt Society. Objects 
-To assist Its members when In need and distress 
-und to care for the family of the departed Brothers 
Benefits SIO per week, at death «2=0; mernbers 
143. Organized January 7, iaS7. Meets last Sunday 
-of each month, 1605 Polk street. Secretary s office 
17 Moss street. Officers-Frank L. Noriega, Past 
President; Jose Ferrando President; Jose Al on so, 
Vice-President; Estevau Tbarra, Financial Secre- 
tary; Anton J. Coelho, Recording Secretary: G. 
«emau. Treasurer; Dr. Sunez, Physic an. Direct- 
ors, Andrew Geggus, John L. Noriega Anton Jasse^ 
man, A. C. Cunningham, Jose Lombardero, Jaun 
Donlon. 

Maeine Enoineees- BeneficU-L Association, 
No. 35. Organized in August. 1882. Number of mem- 
bers, 750. 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. The membership Is com- 
posed exclusively of U. S. Licensed engineers 
Meetings are held every Tuesday night at No. iSb 
East street, where the organization reading rooms 
and Library are located convenient to the wharves. 
Officers-Geo. R. Lindsay, President; John J. Searey, 
Corresponding Secretary; Frank Bragg, Business 
Manager. 

National Association Letter Caeriees of 
AMERICA. Golden Gate Branch, 214. H.M.Locke. 
President; James C. Murphy, Vice-President; Conrad 
Trieber, Secretary; R. D. Cunningham, Treasurer; 
Frank E. Smith. Collector; E. T. Fechan, Sergeant- 
at-Arms. Board of Directors-Geo. C. Goe, Thomas 
Ulxon,Charles Seeburt, Dr. John F. Dillon. Physician. 
Meets first Saturday of each mouth in Judge Mogan s 
court room City Hall. 

National Association of Stationary Engi- 
neers. Organized February "22, 1SS3. San Francisco, 
No 1, of California. Educational and beneficial. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at 20 Eddy street. 
A. M. Locke. Presldent.lSlS Webster street, Alameda; 
W. T. Bonney, Secretary, residence 5 "Walter street. 
Nokd-Dectscher Verein. Incorporated Febru- 
ary 1 1876. Object^Mutual benevolence In case of 
sickness or death. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays 
at 32 O'Farrell street. Number of members, im. 
Board of Directors is elected every second Tuesday 
In January, for the term of one year. Officers— Fer- 
dinand Rathjens, President; Henry Meyer, \ ice- 
President; Christian Schroeder, Recording Secre- 
tary; •William Muller, Financial Secretary; Otto 
Schlnkel, Treasurer. 

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. 
G G Gillespie, Chief; William Cormack, Secre- 
tary ; Deputy Royal Chief for California, M. L. Crowe, 
136'Hancock street. 

Pacific Coast Commercial Teavelees' Associa- 
tion, incorporated July 15, 1891. Meets at the 
<}rand Hotel on the last Saturday of each month. 
■Objects— Social Intercourse and mutual benefit. 
■Officers- Thomas E. Dunne, President; Alex. W. 
■Well, Vice-President; A. C. Boldemann, Secretary; 
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POLISH SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA. Organized Jan- 

nnrv 1873 (ToWABZYSTWO POLAKOW W ^■*-LI- 

FORNil ) Obje"tr--To assist in upholding Polish 
nationality by social and literary '""^Xlr n?twl 
Us members and by correspondence with their native 
land and other Polish Societies; also to aid as 
much as possible those of their countrymen in need. 
Regular meetings every third Sunday at 3 PO K 
ft^fet Int. Czarnecki, President; Joseph Jerezynskf 
Vice-President; Ignatz Kolasa, Secretary; Andrew 
Kopankewicz, Treasurer. 

San FRANCISCO Bakcker Veeein. Organized 
August 5. 1877. Number of members, 12d. Meets 
first and third Wednesdays of each ^lonth at Druid a 
Hall, 413 Sutter street. Objects— Bene\ olent ana 
protective. Henry Zaun, President; Fred Schramm, 
Recording Secretary, 772 Mission street. 

San FEANCISCO CHAPTER OF AMERICAN INSTITUTE 

OF Architects. Seth Babson, President; Henry A. 
Schulze, Vice-President; John M. Cnrtis, Treasurer; 
OHver Everett, Secretary, m California street. 
Meetings are held on second Friday of each month. 

San Francisco Fire Depaetment Benevolent 
ASSOCIATION. Meets City Hall, Ffe Com-nls^ 
sioners' rooms, on last Wednesday evening of each 
month. Object-To benefit the sick members. D. T. 
Sullivan, President; M. J. Dolan, Treasurer; E F. 
McKlttrick, Financial Secretary; James Kadford 
(ioreman 25 Engine), Recording Secretary. Board 
of Trustees, 1. Gurmendez, John Mahoney, Wm. D. 
Waters. 

San Feancisco Musical Fund Society. Incor- 
porated January 20, 1864; reorganized December 1., 
1875. Meets quarterly, second Friday In January, 
April, July and October, at 1 P. M., at El Dorado Hall. 
Acazar Building. O'Farrell street. Number of 
members, 105. The object of this society is to 
assist sick and disabled members and to bury Its 
dead Offlcers—E. E. Schmitz, President; P.Johann- 
sln "First 'Flctpresldent; F. Schrelner, Second 
Vice-President; Mo. Davis, Secretary; Marcus M. 
Blum Treasurer; F. E. Huske, Gus Kell, I. Franck, 
Trustees ; L. Hauser, Librarian. 

San Francisco Produce Exchange Mutuax 
BENEFIT Association. W. H. Tates. President; 
T. C. Frledlander, Secretary, 433 California street. 

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

Scandinavian Society. Organized February 28, 
1359 Meets every Tuesday evening In Alcazar 
Bulidine Object— Promotion and cultivation of 
friendship, social Intercourse and mutual assistance 
In sickness, and provide for a proper burial for its 
deceased members. Officers -(.liver Olsen, Presi- 
dent- Churles Plambeck, Vice-President; C. A. An- 
derson, Recording Secretary, 405 Powell street. 

Servian Montenegrin Literary and Benevo- 
LEN'f^oclETY Meets first and third Wednesdays of 
each month at 10 California street, room 12. 

Slavonic Illtkio Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety Organized November 17, 1857; Incorporated 
Anrll i, 1873. Number of members, 170. Meets first 
fnd third Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell 
street. P. S. Sambuck, Recording Secretary. 

SOOIED.iD JU.1.REZ DE BENEFICENCIA MUTUA. 

Organized October 17, 1871. Object-To f l<Hts sick 
members Number of members, 100. Meets at Apollo 
Hall, 810 Pacific street, second Thursday of each 
month Pedro Pens, President; R. Nleto Vice- 
President; R. G. del Palacln. Treasurer; A. Montero. 
Financial Secretary; A. Gutierrez, Recording Sec- 
retary; Dr. E. V. Mervy, Physician. 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street, on the l?st Sunday 
m each month. Object^To benefit the sick and bury 
the dead. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Societ-t of St. 
Mary's Church (Old Cathedral). Established in 
1861 Has at present about lOO 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 Smida.v of each month in 
the basement of St. Mary's Church. William Muras- 
ky. President; M. Dolan, Secretary. 

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Benevolent Sooieties. 



Tell streets. Total memberelilp. 200: assets over 
?10.000. The object of this Association shall be the 
mutual relief of Its members when rendered Incap- 
able by sickness 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 amonglts members. Officers— J. H. McCarthy, 
President; P. Rellly, First Vice-President; J. W. 
.Shannon, Second Vice-President; P. F. Flynn, 
Recording Secretary; M. J. Gorman, Financial Sec- 
retary; Thomas F. Alford, Corresponding Secretary, 
27b KIsslIng street; J. H. McGlnney, Treasurer. 

St. Paulxts German Roman Catholic Beneto- 
iENT Society. Organized July, 1870. Number of 
members. 245. The objects of this society are to 
afford relief to dlBtre8.sed members and the support 
of their widows and orphans. Meets second Monday 



eph Osswald, Vice-President; Charles Drossel, Re- 
cording Secretary; Henry Eckart, Financial Secre- 
tary; 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— Joseph Hofer, President, 171 Preclta 
avenue; Albert Matschke, Vice-President, IS Bour- 
bon place; C. A. Schnabel. Recording Secretary, 805 
Ellis street; Peter Schlefer. Financial Secretary, 103 
Buchanan street; F. B. Schoustein, Treasurer, 511 
Fulton street. 

SUED-DErTSCHER Veeein. Organized October 
23, 1884. Meets first and third Thursdays of each 
month at 413 Sutter street. Object— Beneficiary. 
Jacob Rumetsch, President ; Frank Huber, Secretary. 

Swiss MuTFAL Benevolent Society. Organized 
1859; reorganized 1874. Number of members, 800. 
Object — To afford Its members mutual assistance 
In case of sickness or accident, or for burial 
of deceased members. Officers- Antolne Borel, 
President; L. Jurl, Vice-President; John Freuler, 
Treasurer; A. Julllerat, Secretary; Dr. H. Sartorl, 
M. D., and Dr. F. Bonino, M. D., Physicians; R. 
Maestrettl, Collector. Ofttce 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; Mrs. Mary O'Neal, Vice- 
President; Miss N. C. Haswell, Financial Secretary; 
Miss M. E. Grote, Recording Secretary, 1636 Golden 
Gate avenue; 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 «10 
per week for 52 weeks, and »5 for twenty-six weeks. 
Officers-President, J. S. Phillips; First Vice-Pres- 
ident, J.O.Harlow; Second Vice-President, J. W. 
Newton; Recording Secretary, A. J. P. R6gaudlat; 
Financial Secretary, J. R. Winders; Treasurer, W. 
B. Benolst; Marshal, L. P. Ward; Guardian, F. 
Mooney. Board of Directors— S. Trimble. Chairman; 
H. T. Hammond, Secretary; T. C. Carr, C. E. 
Hawkes, G. H. Knell. William L. Berry, M. D., 
Physician; George Dahlbender, Druggist. The So- 
ciety meets the first Thursday in each month at 
Shlels' Building, 32 O'Farrell street, at 2:30 p. M. 
For application, etc.. apply to A. J. P. E^gaudlat, 



Recording Secretary, 7 Wetmore pli 

Verein Eintracht. Meets at their hall, 

jvery Wednesday evening. It Is 



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Twelfth street, _ __, ^ _ 

beneficial society and has a gymnasium. A. Becker, 
President; A. Wirtner, Vice-President; F. Holing- 
hoff. Corresponding Secretary; Casp. Muller, Finan- 
cial Secretary; J. Hermann, Treasurer; G. Audl- 
bert, Sergeant-at-Arms; Louis Schmidt, Trustee: 
J. Hartmanshenn, Librarian. 

VeeSIn Ostkbeich Social and Mutual Aid 
Society. Meets first and third Thursdays of each 
month In Austrian Hall. 507 Sutter street. Object- 
Beneficial. Joseph Lechner. President; E.Lamberg, 
Vice-President; R. Kifflnger, Recording Secretary; 



G. Winkle 

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, 594. 
None but regular police olBcers 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 8145,000. Meets at Police 
Court Room No. 3, New City Hall, second Sunday 
afternoon of each month at 3 o'clock. Officers- 
J. W. Butterworth, President: S. Campbell, Vice- 
President: O.C. Phillips. Recording Secretary; Sam- 
uel H. Rankin, Financial Secretary: John Duncan, 
Treasurer. 

TouNQ Men's Catholic Union '(R. C). Head- 
quarters at Loyola Hall, 3 Tenth street. Executive 
Council meets on the second Tuesday of each month. 
P. E. McCarthy, Grand President; James English, 
Grand Treasurer; Samuel Haskins, Grand Secretary. 
Loyola Assembly, No. 1, meets the first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. Leo Assembly, No. 4, 
meets the first and third Thursdays of each month. 

Toung Men's Institute (R. C). Grand Council 
organized in San Francisco in 1883. Office, Pioneer 
Building, 24 Fourth street. Object— Mutual improve- 
ment and a fund for sick and funeral benefits. 
Officers of the Grand Council— Samuel Haskins, 
Grand President; Anthony Schwamm, Grand First 
Vice-President; L. E. Mahan. Grand Second Vice- 
President; George A. Stanley, Grand Secretary; 
Wm. T. Aggeler, Grand Treasurer. 

T. M. I. Lecture Bureatt. Purposes— Arrang- 
ing complimentary lectures for the Toung Men's 
Institute, Pacific Jurisdiction. George A. Stanley, 
Pioneer Building. 

Young Ladies' Institute— Miss Josephine T. 
Molloy, Grand Secretary, Loyola Hall. 

HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

946 Mission Street. 



BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 

CRAIQ & COCHRAN CO., 

UNDERTAKERS, 

22-26 Mint Av., TeL South 47. 

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 
thue: "The old charity satisfied the feelings of the 
giver by alms; the new charity educate* 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 unneces- 
sary." Central oflace,601 Commercial street. Meets 
every Friday at 3:30 p. M., at 601 Commercial street. 
Officers— Oliver Eldrldge President; John M. Bur- 
nett, Vice-President; Miss Virginia Fitch, General 
Secretary; S. W. Levy, Treasurer. Directors— Oliver 
Eldrldge. E. J. Bowen, Osgood Putnam. Mrs. A. W. 
Flint, Registrar. 

Austrian Benevolkxt Society. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays In each month at 413 Sutter street. 
Number of members, 175. J. L. Radovlch, 328 Pine 
street, President; Anton Connlch, Secretary, north- 
east corner Sansome and Vatlejo streets. 

Beitish Benevolent Sooiktt of California. 
Rooms, 604 Merchant street. Incorporated In 1S65 
for the purpose of affording temporary relief to sick 
and destitute persons born under the British fiag. 
Since Its organization It has disbursed exclusively 
for relief nearly 871,590. and has procured work for 
nearly 10,500 persons. The present membership con- 
sists of 114 paying members, 7 life members and 
10 honorary members. The Secretary Is In attend- 
ance Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, l to 4 p. m. 



J. S. GODEAU 



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Benevolent Societies 



The reEUlar meeting Is held the first Tuesday In 
each month at 4 p. m. The Board of Relief meets at 
end o? iSoSth. Oflicers-Wllllam Doxey, President ; 
Percy Beamish, Treasurer; G. C. Woodward, Sec- 
retary. 

California Prison Commission. Organized No- 
vember 27, 1865. Ol.ject-To give aid to prisoners 
while In orison and after they are released; to Im- 
prove prisons and secure good discipline through ap- 
propriate legislation, the proper education of public 
aentlment, the co-operation of the courts, the i^ollce 
and prison olflclals, and otherwise as opportunity Is 
afforded. Officers-Charles Montgomery. President, 
A J Balston, Treasurer; Rev. James Woodworth, 
Secretary, V» Lexington avenue. 

California Society for the Pk^vention of 
Ckceltt to Children. Incorporated September 2. 
1876. Objects-To provide ways and means to secure 
the enforcement of an Act for the Prevention of 
Crnelty to Children, and to labor in the education ot 
a public sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward 
children. OlBce, 223 Powell street, rooms M; Offl- 
cers— Colonel Charles Sonutag, President; William 
R.Parnell, Secretary ; George A. Newhall. Treasurer. 
Church Missions House. (Episcopal.) Joseph 
C. Astredo, superintendent, 246 Second street. 

COLUMBIA Park Boys' Club Association of 
Emanu-El sisterhood. 318 seventh street. Opan; 
ized, December, 1896. Albert M. Bender. PfsW^t: 
Joanna Tucholsky. Vice-President; Maurice Lowen- 
sWlS Recording Secretary; Mabel Davis, Corre- 
sponding Secretlry ; Emll Greenebaum Treasurer; 
Sidney S. Pelxotto, Head Worker. Board of Dlrect- 
Sts-Joseph Raphael, Albert Lansbnrg, Cra Alberger 
Rachel M. Wolfsohn, Julia M. Kohn, Mrs. Charles 

Colman and Mrs. P. N I-i"'"',''"i'Vhl''wSk is to 
Emanu-El Sisterhood. The object of the work is to 
maintain a club house for boys of a certain neighbor- 
hood who may go upon certain evenings ot the we^K 
and And within these elevating Inlluences "n Inspir- 
ation to live a higher life, which is deemed insep- 
arable with what constitutes a highly moral home 
influence. The work is free from any sectarian in- 
fluence. 

Danish Ladies' Relief Society. Mr H.Ravn. 
President; Mrs. Th.Mlkkelsen, Vice-President; Mih. 
J L Baar, Second Vice-President; S. Federsplel, 
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Charles M. Sarensen, 
Financial Secretary; Thomas Mlkkelsen, Treasurer 
Number of members. 2-M. Meets first Wednesday 
?fe"ch month at Mr. Larsen's Hall. 20 Eddy street. 

Emanc-El Sisterhood. Offlcers--Mrs. P. N- Lil- 
lenthal. President; Mrs. J. M. Rothchlld, Recording 
Secretary, ottice 1310 Folsom street. The Socletj; has 
a free employment ofdce open every Tuesday from 



)12m. 



Eureka Benevolent Association. Organized 
October. 1850, to assist poor and needy Hebrews in 
want or sickness. Number of members, 766, who pay 81 
each per month, besides an additional sum of 2o cents 
for the support of widows and orphans of members. 
Office 105 Stockton street, rooms 23-24-25. Officers- 
Charles Hlrsch. President; S. W. Heller, \lce- 
President; Meyer H. Levy, Secretary; Albert Meyer, 
Treasurer; Jules Llevre, Collector. 

Eureka Society for the Protection of Chil- 
dren. Organized April 5, 1897. Objects-To provide 
ways and means to secure the enforcement ot an ace 
for the prevention of cruelty to children, and to 
labor in the education of a public sentiment of hu- 
manity and kindness toward children. Office. Press 
Club Building, m Ellis street, rooms 10 and U A. 
Van der Nalllen, Jr., President; C. T. Ryl«hd. \ ice- 
President; E. L. Wadham, Secretary; Dr. H. Cam- 
eron, Treasurer. 

First Hebrew Benevolent Society. Location, 
B B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. M. Goldwater, Presi- 
dent; B. L. Brandt. Vice-President; S. Zekind, Sec- 
retary; A. Stern, 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, Thursday afternoon. This Is organ- 
ized for the purpose of helping poor French people. 
Mrs, Sylvaln Weill, President; Mrs. Bazan, Vice- 
President; Mrs. Verdier. Secretary; Mrs. Chevaseus, 
Treasurer. Directors — Mrs. Tauzy and Miss Lea 
Meyer. 



(J.rdfneri' and Ranchers' Association of 
Sa^Franc^sco:!^ THE Colombo Market. Domenico 
Gianni. Secretary. M 

German General Benevolent Society, The. J 
Styled in German, " Die Allgemelne Deutsche Unter- • 
stutzungs GeBeIlschaft."-l8 one of the most charit- 
able Institutions in California. Established January 
7 1854, with 111 members. It now has 3.222 meinoers. r 
and is considered the largest German Society in the j 
United States. During its forty-four ye"* o« ex- 
istence It has expended »371,«I0 'o'' cbarltles. It 
owns and controls the German Hospital, a noted and . 
commodious institution. Applications for member- | 
ship or assistance should be addressed to H. c. 
Jordan, General Agent. Office-open from 8 a. m. to I 
^ P M —360 Geary street. City Physicians— Max ■^ 
Salomon M D.. and C. Well. M. D.; office hours, J 
?2-4Tnd7-8p.M Sundays, 9-10 a.m. Officers-Chas. >, 
E Hansen! Pres dent; Richard Finking, F ist Vice- | 
Presfdent Julius Hausmelster, Second Vlce-Presl- , 
dent ; w Hermann and Max Bertheau, SecTetarles ; 
Fr C Slebe, Treasurer. Directors — C. (joecKer. 
Julius Finck John Fischer, Chas. Lampe. Edmund 
Kollofrath, Max Wnlzmann. F. W. Barkhaus. Ger- 
man Hospital City Office, 360 Geary street. 

German Ladies' General Benevolent Society. 
The German Ladles' General Benevolent Society 
Im founded In 1870 for the purpose of »l<"ng POor 
German women and children. Meets on theflrstday 
of each month at S'JO Geary street. Its aBalrs are 
managed by a Board of Directors, consisting of the 
Allowing ladles-Mrs. M- Kreutzmann, President. 
Mrs Dr Reeensburger, Vice-President; Mrs. M. 
Broemmel l«?etary; Mrs. F. Stadtmueller Treas_ 
urer; Mrs. Sophie Goettlg. Financial Secretary and 
fnllowlne ladles: Mrs. F. Habenlcht. Mrs. J. t. 
Sagrmann Mrs C. Koester. Mrs. J. Hecht, Mrs. M. 
Esberg, Mrs. W. C, Hlldebrandt. Mrs. F. Dohrmann 
and Mrs. J. C. Dohrmann. 

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 tbe establishment 
and maintenance of free klnde/gart^ens in ban Fran 
Cisco, and the sustaining of a free Nornia! Training 
Schoir?or Kindergartners. "J"! t^ further promote 
the work for needy, neglected children J here are 
forty well-known ladles on the Board, «>«> thirty 
representative gentlemen of the e"y ""^ ^'i'^''^' 
Including the Presidents of the Leland Stanford Jr. 
Un versUy and the University of California and 
other distinguished professors. Up to October 6, 
W97!24,M4 little children, under six years of age 
have been trained In these fetn*ejg^artens The 
first year the total receipts were "■f?'-": t"".?!"? 
teenth year the total receipts were »21.3a9.60. Moth- 
ers' Meetings have been organized to encourage 
mrlft ecoSSmy and hygiene In the 'amllles con- 
nected with the kindergartens, and to bring some- 
thing of new hope and comfort into their hard and 
cheerless lives, A free Normal Training Schoolfor 
teachers has been in successful operation for four 
vears under the supervision of Miss Anna M. 
St"all The graduates from the Golden Gate Free 
Train ng SchoSl are In demand from all ?»«» of 'he 
country. The Golden Gate Froebel Association, an 
OTganliatlon composed of the teachers and graduates 
of the association Is also In successlul operation. 
Officers for°1898-99-Mrs.Leland Stanford Honorary 
President; Mrs. Cyrus Walker, President; Mrs. 
Louis Sloss, First Vice-President; Mrs, Chas Claj 
ton. second Vice-President; Miss Virginia F'toh and 
Miss Mary L. Browne. Secretaries; Mrs. F. A. 1 rank. 
Treasure?; Miss AnnaM. StovalL NOTmal Instructor ; 
Charles G. Lathrop. Mrs. Mary W. I^r'ne?'*' ^'f;,!^' ^• 
Cuter and Mrs. Alvan Flanders. Auditors. Dlrect- 
ors-^MrsL^rnd Stanford, Mrs. Phffibe A. Hearst. 
Mrs. Charles B. Alexander Mrs Ira Pierce Mrs 
Cyrus Walker. Mrs. Louis Sloss^ Mrs. B. F. Norr^. 
Miss Virginia Fitch. Mrs. F. A. Frank, Mrs. Mary W. 
KIncaid and Mrs. Timothy Hopkins. 
HELPERS, The. Miss Bertha Samuels. President. 
Homeopathic Dispensary. Locatedin the Hahne- 
mann Hospital College Building, 115 Halght street 
Object^To provide homeopathic medical treatment 
and surgical aid for the poor and to ""end at their 
homes those who are not able to atteiid tl^e dispen^ 
sary. Hours, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. M. dally, except 
Sunday. After July 1. 1899. In new building corner 
iMramento and Maple streets. William Boerlcke, 
M. D.. Medical Superintendent. 

TwwTsn Alliance of California. In aid of 
RussTan refugees PN. LlUenthal. President; 
fsaUhChoynskl, Secretory. Office 121 Eddy street. 



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BeneTOlent Societies. 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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

Ladies' Seaman's Friend Societt. Meetings of 
the society are held on the llrst Wednesday of each 
month at the Sailors' Home, corner Main and Harri- 
son streets. Offlcers— Mrs. E. B. Cooper, President; 
Mrs. R. E. Pierre, Vice-President; Mrs. A. MoAn- 
ney. Recording Secretary; Mrs. W. H. Barnes, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Mrs. N. B. Eyster, Treas- 

Ladiks' Society op Israelites (Israelltlscher 
Frauen-Verein). Established August li. 1855, for 
the purpose of assisting Hebrew women under all 
circumstances of want. Meets Monday afternoon of 
each week at 105 Stockton street, room 2.S. Number 
of members, 300. Officers — Mrs. Henry Wangen- 
helm. President; Mrs. Sarah Eppsteln. Vice-Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Sol. Wangenhelm, Treasurer; Meyer H. 
Levy, Secretary; D. Michael, Collector. 



p. M. at 105 Stockton street. Object— To assist 
the sick, the poor and the needy women of the 
Jewish faith. The affairs of the society are man- 
aged by a board of offlcers composed of ladles, with 
an Advisory Board consisting of three gentlemen. 
Offlcers— Mrs. J. S. Oppenhelm, President; Mrs. M 
Samuels, Vice-President; Mrs. M. L. Asher, Treas- 
urer; Mrs. H. Lippman. Secretary. 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter Kixderqak- 
TEN. Location. 51'3 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 np with 
everything necessary for the work of the kindergar- 
ten. Miss Josle H. Kentley, teacher. 

Masonic Board of Belief. 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-sojonrnlng Mas- 
ter Masons, their widows and orphans being alone 
recipients of Its charities. Money refunded Is again 
given to the needy of our order. A. K. Coney 
Chairman; E. C. Hare, Secretary; C. L. P. Marals 
Treasurer. 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Association. 
Meets every Thursday evening at Red Men's Hall. 320 
Post street. James H. Callahan. President; Philip 



Secretary; H. B. Madlsen, Treasurer, 

Mexican Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
the flrst Wednesday of every month at southwest 
corner Sutter and Powell streets. Carlos Monclsvals 
President; Miguel Sanchez. Secretary. 1413 Powell 
street. Spanish school established 1888; Prof. Her- 
mlnla V. Sanchez, manager, 1415 Powell street. 

MizPAH Charity Club. (Protestant.) Organized 
February 14. 1883. for the purpose of extending 
temporary aid to the deserving poor and making gar- 
ments for different charitable Institutions. Regular 
weekly meetings Monday afternoon at clult rooms 
1624 O'Fnrreii street. Mrs. A. C. Rulofson. President; 
Mrs. H. Kewell. Vice-President; Mrs. R. H. Country- 



Or- 

^Anlzed 1887. IncornnmrpH 

Free Kindergarten located 214 Second 
cers— Miss Florence Musto. President; Miss Jeanne 
Moore. First Vice-President; Miss Annie Bremer. Sec- 
ond Vice-President; Miss Rose Stelnhart. Treasurer; 
Mrs. Jacobs. Recording Secretary; Miss Carrie 
Frank. Corresponding Secretary; Miss Martha L. 
Buiiock. Principal. 

Odd Fellows' Employment Association. Room 
11. I. o. o. F. Hull. Seventh and Market streets. 
FurnishcB clerical, skilled and unskilled labor at 
short notice. No charge to employer or employee. 
Louis Greenhood, President; A. McMenaman, Sec- 
retary. 

Old Men's Home. This institution is to a great 
extent self-supporting. A clean bed. bath, break- 
fast and reading room with the dally papers are 
furnished for ten cents. Where the expenditures 
are In excess of the receipts, the balance Is met by 
voluntary contributions. Location. 34 Minna street. 
Samuel Rhodes. Manager. 



The General Relief Committee I. O. O F 
Meets every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. In Eu- 
reka Hall, I. O. O. F. Building. Its alms and objects 
are to take charge of aud care for sick and dis- 
tressed Odd Fellows (and their fBmllles) who are 
members of I. O. O. F. lodges other than in San Fran- 
cisco. A. G. Clark, President; H. H. Dobbin 
Vice-President; H. F. Neunaber, Treasurer; J F. 
Nichols, Secretary, residence 3518 Nineteenth street- 
room 3, 1. O. O. F. Building. 

Pacific Homeopathic Dispensary Associa- 
tion. Meets second Mouday of each month at 819 
Mission street. Object— To assist the poor in sick- 
ness. Mrs. S. A. D. McKee. President; Mrs. C. E 
Glbbs. Mrs. Phllo Mills, Mrs. Phebe Hearst, Vlce- 
o — ,H„...... .,_. -vyaiter Parsons Clark, Secretary; 



r OF Vice. 

Organized 

First kin- 

Relncor- 

Hecht, 



Presidi 

Mrs. R. R. Haskell. Treasurer, 

P.ACIFIC Society for the Sdppeessio 
Location— 14 McAllister street. 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society. 
July 23, 1878; Incorporated July 25, 1878. 
dergarten established September ■.i5, 1878. 

porated January. 1886. Offlcers — M. „^.,„„ 

Honorary President; Mrs. David Blxler, President 
Mrs. Frederlcka George. Treasurer; Mrs. A. M. 
Grim. Recording Secretary; Mrs. Helen Heeht, 
Corresponding Secretary, 1998 Jackson street. Kin- 
dergartens-No. I. The Adler. Folsom and Second 
streets; No. 2. Sliver Star, Paciac and Sansome 
streets; No. 3, The Sutro Mall Dock, 218 Brannan 
street. 

San Francisco Benevolent Association. 
Meets tlrst Wednesday of each month at 725 Mont- 
gomery street. Object— To give temporary relief to 
the destitute, such as paying the rent, medicines, 
provisions, Ondlng places for them and sending them 
to the country. Offlcers— N. P. Cole. President; C. 
V. S. Glbbs, Treasurer; Robert Beechlng, Manager, 
725 Montgomery street. 

San Francisco Board of Relief, I. O. B'nal 
B'rith. Meets at B'nal B'rlth Hall on the flrst and 
third Sundays of each month. I. Herzberg. Presi- 
dent; Gerson Nathan, Vice-President; Harry Ankel, 
Secretary; Julius Radstone, Treasurer. The Presi- 
dent and Vice-President of every lodge In the city 
are members of the Board. 

San Francisco Commercial Travelers Asso- 
ciation. Organized July 10. 1896. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month in Alcazar Building. 
Us purposes are for social and benellclal advantages 
to Its members. Number of members. 125. H H 
Becker. President; C. C- Hlller. Recording Secre- 
tary; L. L.Dobbs, Financial Secretary; John Horst- 
mann. Treasurer. 

San Francisco Frdit and Flower Mission. 
Incorporated October. 1880. Object— 1st. To care 
for and provide for the needy sick. 2. To furnish 
food, clothing, medical attendance, medicine and 
visiting nurses In necessary and worthy eases. 
Rooms. 631 Sutter street, opened for distribution, 
from 9 a.m. to 12 m. Offlcers— Miss Miriam K. WnlUs, 
President; Mrs. George H. Buckingham, First Vice- 
President; Miss Ida B. Fisher, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent; Miss Elsie S. Hecht. Corresponding Secretary; 
Miss Corlnne Cook. Recording Secretary; Miss 
Hannah L. Leszynsky. Treasurer. 

San Francisco Homeopathic Polyclinic. Lo- 
cation. 220 Montgomery avenue. Hours. 10 a. m. 
to 1. p. M. D. Albert Hlller, M. D., Superintendent; 
T. A. Bllnn, Secretary. 

San Francisco Polyclinic, The. A free dispen- 
sary for the sick poor. Location, 410 Ellis street. 
Offlcers— H. Kreutzmann, M. D.. President; W: A. 
Martin, M. D.. First Vice President; Washington 



Secretary. 

San Francisco Settlement Association. Was 
founded in April. 1894. as the result of the visit to 
San Francisco of Miss Jane Adams of Hull House, 
Chicago. Incorporated September. 1898. Its object 
Is to maintain In San Francisco a settlement similar 
to those that have been so successful In the East 
and In England, such as Hull House, Chicago, 
Andover House, Boston, and Tuynbec Hall in East 
London. There is a governing council consisting of 
the following directors: Mrs. Phcebe A. Hearst. Presi- 
dent; Frank J. Symmes, Vice-President; Richard A. 
Clark, Secretary and Treasurer; Prof. Bernard 
Moses. John J. Valentine. E. J. McCutchen, Vander- 
lynn Stow. The Setilement House, known as the 
"South Park Settlement," Is located at No. 84 South 



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street "ow a part of San Francisco Settlement and 
Srtl.lT^a^S'i-tn^era-rr.t^rS-rrF 

S?S^.alt!^rj:?KMS 

?ntenlgent Citizenship. Miss Gertrude Brlggs, Presl- 

'''sIn Feaxcisco society foe the PBfXrt?'™'' 
„^ni,-irxT TO Animals. Incorporated April. 18ti8. 
Sfflcr« Par™otfBnndlng. Offlje t.^ephone^Sontb 

Sein^rrr 0.'fictr?^'pr%e1?.;? ^^^^^^ 

r/e'ct?a! P?eV"JSSr'o,°'cr''n°e,tf 'to'-InS is^p 

l?&;rSiJ^St^o?£i?Stj°^^5|;i 

dent; James S. Hutchinson, Treasurer; C. B. Hol- 
brook, Secretary. 

San FRANCISCO Teachees CLrs. Rooms 1 and 2 
Me?cantric Library Building. President A^E- 
Kelkizff vlce-Prlnclpal Lowell High ScDool »ccre 
„„• Mrs M M Fltz Gerald, Vlce-PrlnclpaA San 

Halght street. 

Silver Street Kixdeegartex Societt. Loca- 
^. <;. cnxr^r atreet Officers— Mrs. Charles a. 

S5l'rS:«^:s=y^.»Si 

nreet' Idolph Schmidt Treasurer; Miss Ka^e F. 

M?l: LL. Baker, Mrs. William Mlntzer.W. E. Brown. 

,,%°,-1l4^swret"meS''flV'^t'''MoodW^^ 
momh"p M HonSan- President Leon Gulslaln. 
Belgian Consul; President, Chas. M. Rousseau; Secre- 
tary, Leon Andre. 

hef 5^f/%Ts ?o=c1^fy't/'ornrc-ted%'itft^t If t 
unitarian Church, and Is "°der the ans^ces^o* the 

MemhershlD is one dollar a year, contr mutions ui 
reldlnematter are distributed to the prisons, hos- 
reaamg ma.iei »> ,^. j, „ u^e held on the second 

AU meetings held In the Parish Rooms. 
C^jr^e^fs II sIS=V\ur^sdr/^o^-e/crS?; 

V G., 1100 Franklin street; John >!. Burnett, pres 

^^rt^Ji^SS^ ?^7e>n7erm^>| I 

^ \ at Rnap'R St Brendan B. St. Teresa s, st. 
BrSd-s,^'st''Trlic?s\ Mission Dolores, St, Panl's, 
St. James'. 

St Asdrew-s Sociktt. Organized September ii. 
18C3 ObJecI^For the purpose °1 '>ff"'-<''"5f/,'L"l*„J,'J 
persons ol Scottish extraction who may Jje In want 
nr distress Meets every Monday evening at Scottish 
Sail, 111 Lafkln street. All Scotchmen, children 
Sid CTandchlldrcn of a native of Scotland are eligible 
??mfmbersh p in payment of 83 admission fee, and 
50 "eSs monthly dues. Present membership. 401^ 
Offlce?e - James S. Webster, President; . ames 
Rolnh Jr, First Vice-President; James Moffat, 
SeSnd vice-president; T. C. Lawson, T'^ef ">■";, A. 
B Patterson. Recording Secretary; Robert D. Colqu- 
honn, Financial Secretary. 

SWISS RELIEF SOCIETY. Organized 18T4; reorgan- 
ized October. 1S86. Object-Aiding Swisb in need 



and deserving of assistance Offlcers-A.BoreL 
Swiss Consul. Honorary President; G. A. Bmon. 
President- Alf. Monottl, Vice-President; A- \'e'''". 
TrlasureV; A. JulUerat, Secretary, office 536 Kearny 
street. ^„ 

TrrToviA Society. Organized June 1, Ibtjb. 
inlor'p^ate^d January 4. 1876. .i^-'nJi" °' ™<=,'Ji- 
berstwo hundred and fifty ^^'^J Evening fir bus - 
13'>2 Howard street, every Tuesday e\ eiilng tor ousi 
nessDurooaes and Thursday evening for social en- 
joyment The objects of this society are to assist 
joymeub. ■;""=^"'' jHent or sickness, are incapacl- 
ratrd^ffom^pi^JulngtheSr calling, and for the 
purpose o? defraying the funeral expenses of the 
members thereof. 

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Red Men Russian Salem, Scandinavian, Seamen s, 
Slavonlc-illyrlc, St. Andrew's. 

CYPRESS LAWN-San Mateo County; office, 9 Clt> 
Hall Square; crematory. .„„,,-.... 

GREEK-Southwest corner Turk street and Parkir 
avenue. 

Hills of ETEENiTY-San Mateo County. 

HOLY CROSS— San Mateo County. 

Home OF PEACE-San Mateo County. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN'S CEMETERY As- 

^T/ll^^^S "orVr'ill^r^lV.'^^ ASSOCIATION. 

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! ^''lASS^fHirL^Centralavenue between Post and 

^^•^rv?c-iTuSsr:t!re^wten'M::™-ra;d Par- 

kert'-eSies; office. Masonic Temple, 8 Post street _ 

Mission Dolores (closed)-Corner Sixteenth and 

I Dolores streets. 

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n,?'?,^^,'"' Oi-i'^T Cemeteey Assocutioi,-. Office. 
916 Market street. 

Natioxal— Presidio Reservation. 

Native Soks' of the Goldex West Cemeteet 
AssoclATlox. Office. 414 Mason street 

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

St. Michael's— San Mateo County. 

Salem (new)— San Mateo County. (Old) Thlrtv- 
fonrth avenue and Clement; office. 226 Bueh street. 

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

" SAN FRANCISCO. 

Offlcere— Charles Nelson, President; Geo A Vew- 
hall. First Vice-President; H. F. Allen. Second Vice- 
President; E. Scott, residence 1414 California street. 
Secretary. Treasurer and Librarian. Room 58. Mer- 
chants Exchange Building, telephone 5220. 

Trustees-Leon Blum, VTm. E. Mlghell. Frank L. 
? iT^, fj \ \',f,'"^- ^- ^- Dlmond. H. Rosenfeld, 
A. B. Field. F. Tlllmann. Jr . R. D. Fry, A. G. Towne 
Geo. W. McXear. .Jr.. Charles M. Tates. '"'^■"', 

Italiax Chambee of Commeece. a protective 
association organized for the purpose of promoting 
business relations between California and Italy and 
vice versa. Office. 506 Battery street. G. Calegarls 
President; C. Dondero, Secretary. ■^g-"-. 



CREMATORIES. 

. S-K'-' Feaxcisco Ceematiox Cojlpaxy. Incorpo- 
rated September 5. 1SS5. 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 

OIBcers-IGutte, President; M. Greenblatt, Vice- 
President; D. HIrschfeld. Secretary. 

Directors— TVm. Schroeder. M. Greenblatt C C 
Burr. D. HIrschfeld. L. DIamant. I. Gutte ' r' b' 
Hooper and C. Bundschu. 

Applications for Incineration are made at the office 
of Cypress Lawn Cemetery. 9 City Hall avenue, 
San Francisco, H. H. Noble. Manager 



CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST. 

,„2,^"^-°-^^ Baptist Suxdat School. Located- 
nJr, ?"i?' wl ^''t«'e,?n Eighth and Ninth streets. 
Hallet K. Mitchell, Superintendent; Sunday School 

Chixese Baptist Chtjech. Location— Northwest 
corner Sacramento street and Waverly place. Miss M 
J. Aines. Superintendent; residence. 933 Clay street' 
Rev- Tong Kit HIng. Pastor. Teachers— Miss A E 
Ross Miss E. B. -n-hltman, SIIss Ida M. Egle' 
MIssIonarles-MIss A. F. Ford and Lee To. Sun- 
day services; Preaching at l;0O and8;00p. m.; street 
service, 2:30 p. m.; Sunday School for children at 
;i; ht,j"'' "^'i',' Sunday School. 6:30 p. m. School 
forchUdren; 9:30a. ir.to 12m.. In Chinese; from 12:45 
to 3:30 p. M. In English; kindergarten 1 to 2*30 
p. M.; for adults, every evening. 7:15 to 9:30 p. Ji 
prayer meetings Thursday and Saturday at S:30 p. m. 

I .?.?m™ '^S'- P,-'^"''^^ CHtntcH OF S.^x Feaxcisco. 
Location— Bartlett street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third streets. Rev. J. George Gibson 
Pastor; residence. 43 Hill street, between Twentv^ 
first and Twenty-second; Assistant. Rev. Robert X 
Lynch. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and ~'m 
P.M.; Sunday School at 12:30 P.M.; Junior Endeavor 
and Intermediate at 3:30 p. a.; prayer meeting for 
blessing on evening service, 5:45 p.m.; Toung Peo- 
ple s Meeting at 6:30 p m.; prayer meeting every 
Wednesday at 7:30 p. M. >=•<:'/ 

FiBST Baptist Chitrch. Location— North side of 
J;.ddy street, between Jones and Leavenworth streets. 
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m and 7-30P m • Sun- 
at" 7 •«"?*"' "' '^'^ ^' "■ ' P"'''^'" meeting Wednesday 

FntsT Feee Baptist CnrECH. Location 1227 
Bush street between Hyde and Larkln streets. Ser- 
vices every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p M.: Sunday 
school at 12:15 p. H. 



FiEsT Germax Baptist Chuech. Locatlon-Cor- 
Sf.^n"''^'^," "■ "'"' Dehon streets. Services Ivir^ 
1-^7 " ^V- »• »°5 '-SO P. M.; Sunday School it 
9.30 A. M.: Toung People's Meeting at 7 p m ■ 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p m ^ ' '^- "• 
vSV'lf.% *» *^'?° Sunday School, PIxle'y Hall, comer 
M-r M w^r'S^'r'""'.''' ""^"^ Sundays at 9:30 A. 
M. . c. M. Wright. Superintendent. 

P.S,*?/''''?^' SQt^AKE Baptist CHtrscH. Location- 
Post street, near btelner street. Rev. W. C. Jenkins 
?,1nJ"'' " e'"*'"^'"- 2'01 Bush street. Services everj^ 
19 ?;?t'^' " ''■ ^- "■■'17:30 P.M.; Sunday School at 
1.!.30p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. 

RtfZf^l't^^n^'V I^Y"'"?; I'OcatIon-226 10th 
vifh ; "f^-^Cbsrles Palm. Pastor; residence 741 
13th street Services. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; 
Sunday School at 12:15 p. M.; Toung People's Meet- 
ing at . p. M.; prayer meeting on Wednesdays at 8 

pZ^'n" B-ii'TlST Chuech. Location-East side 
Powell street, between Sutter and Bush. Rev 
J. H. Kelley, Pastor. Services every Sunday at 
11 A. M. and . :30 P. M. ; Sunday School at 12:45 p m • 
Toung People's Society of Christian Endeavor at6-S0 
P. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m 



CONGREGATIONAL. 



Bethaxt Coxgregatioxal Chuech. Location— 
Bartlett street, between Twenty-flfth and Twenty- 
w^ II.,?, ?." o ^F'S'^l* February -23. 1874. Rev. 
n llllam C. Pond. D. D.. Pastor. Services every 
wim^J^^f '.! ^- "• V"^ '■*' *"■ »•: Sunday School. 
William Johnstone. Superintendent, at 12:30; Toung 
People s Society of Christian Endeavor. Junior at 5 
Intermediate at 5:45. Senior at 6:30; prayer meeting 
Wednesday evenings In the lecture room, rear of 
Church at 8 p. m. J. Edward Warren, 244 Stockton 
street. Treasurer of the Church. 

Bethlehem Coxghegational CnrEcH. Location 
;;• n'°S.''lv""S'"' '"'^' Twenty-fourth street. Rev. 
"■ "■ V''^ Pastor; residence, nil Rhode Island 
street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7-45 
p_M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.; prayer meeting 
Wednesday at 7:45 P.M. 

CALiroBxnA Chixese- Missioss. Location — 21 
.o-?"''?." P'?'^*' ""* 1**18 L.aguna street. Organized 
^ h ^i^^J-r.^^^^^'^'"^- D. D.. President; Rev. 
W. C. Pond, D. D.. Secretary; William Johnstone, 
Treasurer. Address of Secretary and Treasurer. 521 
Bartlett street. Mission schools at 21 Brenham place 
Miss Sarah Caughey. Mrs. M. A. Green, Miss Janet 
£-,„H°"'^'"'' *•"■ B. Kelley. Jee Gam. Teachers; 
1818 Laguna street. Miss Rosa E. Lamont and Chin 
Quong, Teachers. Hours of teaching. 7 to 9-3U p m- 
public worship In Chinese at '21 Brenham place on 
Sundays, conducted by Rev. Jee Gam and Chin Toy 
Preachers. '' 

CoopEK Memoeial Coxgeegational Cbuech 
Location— Ninth avenue and H street, south of 
Golden Gate Park. Rev. I. J. Luce, pastor. This 
church is Institutional, Services every Sunday at 
8 p.m.; Sunday School at 11 a.m. Senior Christian 
tndeavor meetings every Sunday, 7 p. M.; Junior 
Christian Endeavor every Wednesday at 330 p M 
Ladles' Aid Society every Wednesday at 2 p. m. 

Eighth Coxgbegatioxal Chuech. Location- 
Broad street, near Plymouth avenue. Rev. R. K 
Ham, Pastor; residence Paclflc Theological Semi- 
nary, Oakland. Services every Sunday at 11 a m • 
Sunday School at 12:15 p. m. Mrs. Ada Plath, Secre- 
tary, Ocean View, 

First Coxgregatioxal Chuech, the pioneer of 
this order In California, was organized July 29, 1849. 
Location— Corner Post and Mason streets. Rev. Geo 
C. Adams. D. D.. Pastor; residence. 2710 Devlsadero 
street. Present membership, 656. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.. between 1st of Sep- 
tember and 1st of May; rest of year evening service 
at .:45 p. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday. 7:45 p. m.; 
Sunday School at 12:45 p. m., Harry C. Symonds 
Superintendent; Toung People's Society of Christian 
Endeavor meets on Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Intermedi- 
ate Society at 5:45 p. m.; meetings of the Woman's 
Association and its different departments on Frl- 

FotTtTH CoxGEEGATioxAL CHUECH. Location— 
Green street, near Stockton street. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m.: Sunday School at 
12:30 p.m.; Toung People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor. Junior at 5:30 p. m.. Senior at 6:30 p. m.; prayer 
meeting Wednesday at 7 : 45 p. m. • f j =1 



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OLrTET Congregational Church. Location- 
Southwest corner of Noe and Seventeenth streets. 
Bev. H. T. Shepard. Pastor. 3041 Sixteenth 
street: study at the Church. This Church was 
organized In August, 1884, and now numbers 114 
members. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 
7:30 p. M.; Sunday School at 12:15 P. M.; Toung Peo- 
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.; 
Junior Endeavor Society every Wednesday at 3:45 p. 
M.; prayer and Bible study every Sunday at 5 
p. M.: meetings for temperance, mission and relief 
■work as announced. 

Park Congregational Church. Location — 
Hayes street near Lyon. Sunday services at 11 
A. M. and 7:45 P. M. ; Sunday School at 12:30 P. M.: 
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m.; Toung 
People's Society of Christian Endeavor meets every 
Sunday at 6:45 P. ii. Rev. Frank L Wheat, Pastor; 
residence, 728 Devlsadero street ; study In the Church. 

Pierce Street Congregational Church. Loca- 
tion—Northwest corner of Pierce and Green streets. 
Miss Nellie Goodrich, Clerk, 2700 Pierce street. 
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.; Sunday School 
12:30 p. M. ; A. M, Ramsay and Fablus Finch, Superin- 
tendents. 

Pelgrim Chapel. Location— Edinburgh street, 
near Persia avenue. Established in 1883 by work- 
ers from Plymouth Congregational Church. Preach- 
ing every Sunday at 2:30 p. m.; Sunday School at 
3:30 P.M. E. Q. Smith, Superintendent; residence, 
1935 Geary street. 

Plymouth Congregational Church. Location 
— North side of Post street, between Buchanan and 
"Webster. Study In the Church; hours, 9 a. m. to 
12 M. Rev. F. B. Cherlngton, D. D., Pastor; residence 
2129 Pine street. This Church was organized Jan- 
uary 12, 1862; present membership about 602. Ser- 
Tlces are held every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; 
Sunday Schools at 9:30 a. m. and 12:30 p.m.; Bible 
class at 12:30 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:30 P. M.; Toung People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor hold meetings for Intermediates at 5: 15 p. m., 
Seniors at 6:30 p. m. The Church issues a monthly 
paper, "The Mayflower." 

Richmond Congregational Chttrch. location 
— Corner Seventh avenue and Clement street. Ser- 
vices every Sunday at 11 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. Bev. Philip 
Coombe, Pastor; residence, 3335 Washington street. 
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., Jackson Donogh and 
Miss Mattle Hook, Superintendents; Toung People's 
Society of Christian Endeavor, Sunday at 6:45 p. m.; 
Juniors at 5:30 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:30p.m. Choir meets every Thursday at 7:30 P. m. 
Ladles' Aid Society every Friday at 2 p. m. 

Swedish Mission Church. Location— North side 
of Jessie street, between Sixth and Seventh. Rev. 
Carl Anderson, Pastor; residence, 1503 Golden Gate 
avenue. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 

p. M. 

Third Congregational Church. Location- 
South side of Fifteenth street, between Valencia and 
Mission streets. Rev. William Rader, Pastor; 
residence, 116 Capp street. This Church was founded 
In 1863. It has an enrolled membership of nearly 300, 
a Sunday School enrollment of over 400, and a 
Toung People's Society of Christian Endeavorof 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 
Women's Christian Temperance Union, a Mothers 
Monthly Meeting, an Aid Society, a Junior Christian 
Endeavor Society, a Toung Men's Club and a Boys' 
Brigade; there is a first-class stereoptlcon in the 
Church for illustrative work of all kinds. C. B. 
Williams, Chairman of Board of Trustees; Miss Kate 
Hutchinson, Superintendent of Sunday School. 

EPISCOPAL. 



Located at 
the Church Missions House, Second street, near Fol- 
eom. Rev. William Ingraham Kip, Jr., In charge; 
Bev. W. M. Bours. assistant. Services every Sun- 
day at 7:30 A. M. (Holy Communion) 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Services for 
men every Friday at 7:30 p. m. and Bible class at 8:15 

p. M. 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Location- 
corner Union and Stelner street. Sunday services 
7:30 and 11 a. m., the Holy Eucharist; Week day 
services, daily, 7:30 a. m.; evensongs p. 31. Friday. 

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Church of the Advent. Location— East side of 
Eleventh street, between Market and Mission. Rev. 
Douglas T. Forrest, Bector; telephone, Jessie 1871; 
Rev. H. B. Monges, Assistant. Services on Sundays. 
Holy Communion. 7 a. m.: morning prayer and 
sermon at 11 a. m.; evening services, 7:45 p. m.; 
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m.; dally morning prayer, 



Location— southeast 
California and Stockton streets. Rev. R. C. Foute, 
Bector; residence, 1915 Gough street. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and7:45 p.m.; Friday at 11 
A. M. ; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

St. Alban's Church. Location— Golden Gate 
Hall, 625 Sutter street. Church service at 11:15 a. 
M.: Sunday School at 10 a. m.. Wm. G. Badger. 
Superintendent. The Lodge of Golden Links, which 
meets at 3 p. m. Sunday at Golden Gate Hall, 625 
Sutter street, is also connected with St. Alban's 
Church. 

St. Cornelius' Chapel. Location— Presidio. Rev. 
D. O. Kelley, minister In charge: residence, 910 
Greenwich street. Services every Sunday at 10:30 

St. James' Mission. Location— Clement street, 
near Fifth avenue. Rev. E. J. Lion In charge; resi- 
dence. 882 Fulton street; Rev. S. J. Lee, assistant. 
Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday 
School at 9:30 A. 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 clerery. Rev. W. A. M. 
Breck, 106 Julian avenue; Rev". G. S. Mead, 33(X) 
Washington street; Bev. J. P. Turner. 3300 Washing- 
ton street. This church was established in Novem- 
ber. 1857. Services are held every Sunday at 7 and 11 
A. M. and7:45 p. m.; also on holy days at 7 a. m.; full 
choral service on Sunday evening. 7:45; dally ser- 
vices, excepting Saturday, at 10:30 a. m., Friday at 
II A. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

Holy Innocents' Mission of St. John's Church. 
Situated on Fair Oaks street, between Twenty-flfth 
and Twenty-sixth streets. The Bev. Geo. Wallace 
(San Mateo) in charge. Services are held as fol- 
lows: Every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Holy 
Communion on the first Sunday of the month at 11 a'. 
M., on the third Sunday at 7 a. m. ; Sunday School at 
9:45 a.m. 

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

St. Luke's Church. Location— Van Ness avenue 
and Clay street. Bight Bev. Wm. Hall Moreland, M. 
A., Rector, in charge; residence. 1512 Washington 
street; Rev. William Carson Shaw, Assistant: Sun- 
day services at 8 a. m.. Holy Communion; Sunday 
School and Children's service, 9:30 a. m.; Boys' 
Bible Class, 10 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon at 
11 A. M.; Holy Communion also on first Sundays and 
greater festivals; evensong and sermon at 7:45 p. m. 
Week days: Saints' days. Holy Communion at 9:30 a. 
M.; Litany Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. 

St. Paul's Church. Location— California street, 
near Fillmore. Bev. W. M. Rellly, Rector; residence. 
2S22 California street. Services every Sunday at 7:30 
and 11 A. M. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School at 9:30 

St. Peter's Church. Location — Corner Stockton 
and Filbert streets. Rev. Mardon D. Wilson. Rector; 
residence, 1032 Union street. Ser\ices; Holy 
Communion, first Sunday of the month at 11 a. m.; 
other Sundays at 7:30 a. m.; morning prayer and ser- 
mon at 11 A. M.; evensong and sermon at7:30p. M.; 
holy days at 9:30 a. m. Full vested choir of men 
and women and boys. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.: 
St. Andrew's Brotherhood, second Thursday at 7:45 

p. M. 

St. Stephen's Church. Location— North side of 
Fulton street, between Webster and Fillmore streets. 
Bev. E. J. Lion, Rector; residence, 882 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 Church. Location — northeast corner 
Bush and Gough streets. Rev. Henrv E. Cooke, 
Bector; residence. 2200 California street; Bev. H. S. 
Hanson, Rector's Assistant. 



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EVANGELICAL. 

Emanuel Chvkch of the Evangelical Asso- 
iiATloN. Location— West side of Twelfth street, 
between Market and Mission. Kev. F. W. Fischer, 
Pastor; residence, 1S84 Howard street. Services 
every Sunday at 10:45 A. M. and 7:45 p, m,: Sunday 
School at 9:30 A. M, T, P. A. meetings Sunday, 6:45 
p. M.; Junior meetings. Sunday, 6 p, M, Klng'.« 
Daughters meet the first Sunday of every month at 
3 p. M. Ladles' Aid Society meets the first Wednes- 
day of every month at 2 p. m, 

Salkm Evangelical CnrRcii (German). Loca- 
tion—Northeast corner Twenty-second and Shotwell 
streets. Bev. H. Cordes, Pastor; residence, 747 
Shotwell street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. 
and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 

United Eyaxgelical Church (Geeman). Loca- 
tion—North side Twenty-fourth street, between 
Treat avenue and Harrison street. Rev. J.D. Klooz, 
Pastor; residence. In rear of Church. Services every 
Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. M. ; Sunday School at 
9:30 A. M. ; prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. 
German class Saturdays at 2 p. m. Ladles' Aid 
Society meets every first Thursday In the month at 
2 P.M. 

GREEK CATHOLIC. 



Alaska and Aleutian Islands (regular 11 ; Rev. Archi- 
mandrite Teoclltos (secular 2); Kev. H. Komersky 
(secular 3); Bev. Th. Pashkovsky (secular 4); Bev. 
N. Dabovlch (secular 5) ; Rev. P. Popoll (secular 6) ; 
Rev. N. Mctropolsky (secular 7). Services— Tues- 
days, 5 p. M.; Wednesdays, 7:30 a. m.; Fridays, 5 p. 
M. ; Saturdays, 7:30 a. m. and 7 p. m.: Sundays. 10 a. 
M. and 7 P. m. 

HEBREW. 

COKGKEGATION .\NSCHE SFARD. LOcatlOU- 930 

Folsoni street. S. Horen, President; M. Greenblatt, 
Secretary. Services every morning and evening. 

Congregation Beth-Tsrael. Location of Syna- 
gogue-South side Geary street, between Octavia 
and Lagnna streets. Rev. M. S. Levy, Rabbi; resi- 
dence, 13.59 Post street. Bev. J. Bablnowltz. 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. Ofllce, 112 Bush street. 

Congregation Beth - Menachim Streisand. 
Location— 335. 337 Minna street, between Fourth and 
Fifth streets. Services every morning and evening. 
Service on Saturday at 8:30 a. m. Isaac Baer, Presi- 
dent; S. J. Levy, Secretary; Rev. H. Samuelson, 
Cantor; H. Chlnowsky, Collector. 

Congregation Cbebea Thilim. Location— 
1036 Folsom street. D. Markowltz, President; R. S. 
Roberts, Secretary. Services every morning and 
evening. 

Congregation Emanu-El. This society em- 
braces 40O 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 ofllcers of the society- 
Raphael Pelxotto. President; Jacob Greenebaum, 
Vice-President; HenryWangenhelm, Secretary; Llpp- 
man Sachs, Treasurer; Emanuel Levy. Stated Clerk; 
S. Boscner. Sexton. Bev. Dr. Jacob Voorsangcr Is 
the Rabbi of the Congregation and Rev. E. J. Stark 
Is the Cantor. Connected with the Congregation Is 
Hlso a Bible Institute, and a Confirmation Class. 

Congregation Netah Zedek. Location— 943 Mis- 
sion street, between Fifth and Sixth streets. H. Kra- 
mer. President; A. N. Levy, Secretary. Hours of 
service: Every morning and evening; Sabbath. 8:30 
A.M. " Talmud Torah" Hebrew Free School. Loca- 
tion—Rooms of Congregation Nevah Zedek. Hours 
of Instruction, dally, 3:30 to 5:30 P. m., Sunday, 10 to 
11:30 A.M. Chairman. E. Strunsky. 

Congregation Ohabai Shalome. Location — 
ISuBh street, near Laguna. Rev. Isldor Myers, Rabbi. 
Kev. David Meyerson, Cantor: residence, 1722 Sutter 
street. Services Friday at 5:30 P. M. ; Saturday at 10 
A. M.: Sabbath School, Saturday, 9 to 11 a. m.; Sun- 
day. 10 to 12 a.m. 



Congregation Shaabi Zedek. Location — North- 
east corner California and Stockton. Pulpit vacant. 
I. Friedman, President; D. Goldberg, Vice-President; 
S. Polack. Secretary. Services every Friday evening- 
and Saturday at 9 a. m. and Monday and Thursday at 
6:30 A. M. omce. 405 Kearny street. 

Congregation Shebith Israel. Location — 
Northeast corner Post and Taylor streets. Rabbi, 
Dr. Jacob Nieto; residence. 1719 Bush street; 
Louis Brown. President; Charles Harris, Vice- 
President; Alexander L. Badt, Secretary; Judab 
Boas, Treasurer; Abraham Leszynsky, Sexton; 
David S. Davis, Cantor. Hebrew Sabbath School, 
200 children, free to all. Organized Bible, Post- 
graduate and Normal courses of Instruction In He- 
brew languages and Jewish history. 

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

LUTHERAN. 

Finnish Seamen's Mission. Location— 9 Mission 
strSet. Bev. A. Eenvall. Pastor. Finnish and 
Swedish services every Sunday at 10 a . m. and 2 p. m. : 
Finnish services every Tuesday at 8 p. M. and 
Swedish services every Wednesday at 8 p. M. 

First English Evangelical Lutheran Church. 
Location— East side Geary street, near Gough. Rev. 
E. Nelander, Ph.D.. Pastor; residence, 1711 Broderick 
street. Services on Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; 
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Luther League Sunday at 
7 p. M. 

Our Saviour's Scandinavian Evangelical-Lu- 
theran Church. Location— Howard street, between 
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets. Bev. O. Groensberg, 
Pastor; residence, 1663 Howard. Services every Sun- 
day at 10:45 A. M. m Scandinavian language; and S p. 
M. in English language. Rev. E. M. Stensrud, Assis- 
tant Pastor, residence '235 13th street. Sunday School 
at 9:30 A. M.; Young People's Society meets every 
second Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock ; the Ladies' Aid 
Society meets the first and third Wednesdays of each 
month at 8 p. m. Bible reading every Thursday at 8 
p. M. 

St. Johannes' German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. 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. M.; Sun- 
day School at 9:15 a. m. ; Ladles' Aid Society, Young 
x«on'a sn^iotv onH VniinET T.ftdles' Societv are con- 



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 -v. M. and 7:30 p. M.; Sunday School at 9:15 A. M. 

St Markus German Evangelical Lutheran 
Chubch. 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.; Sunday School at 9:30 

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

St. Paul's German Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. Location— 1419 Howard, between Tenth 
and Eleventh streets. Rev. Paul Branke, Pastor 
residence In rear of church. Services In German at 
10-45 A. M. and 7:45 p. M. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m 
Ladles' Societv meets first Wednesday In month at 
2 p. M.; Y'oung Ladles' Society first Thursday In 
month at 8 p. 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. and 7:45 P. M. Sunday School at 
9:15 A. M. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Ebenezee 
Church. Location— North side Mission street, be- 
tween Eighth and Ninth streets. C. J. E. Hater- 
Ins, D. I)., Pastor; residence, IS-iS Mission street. Ser- 
vices, in Swedish, every Sunday at II a. m. and 
8 p. M. ; Sunday School at 10 a. m. 



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METHODIST. 

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

Bethel Afbican Mkthodist Episcopal Chttbch. 
Location— West side Powell street, between Jackson 
and Pacific streets. Rev. W. B. Anderson. Pastor; 
residence, 1132 Broadway. 

California Street Mkthodist Episcopal 
Church. Location— Corner of Broderick and Cali- 
fornia streets. Rev. Frederic C. Lee. D. D.. Pastor. 
Sunday services at 11 a.m. and T:30 p. m.; class meet- 
ing, 10 A.M.; Sunday School, 12:30 p. m.; EpwQrth 
League, 6:45 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 
7:30 p. M. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church 
South. Location— Bush street, between Gough and 
Octavia streets. Rev. H. M. McKnlght. Pastor: 
residence. 2.=>26'Clay street. Services: Sunday. U 
a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 9:45 a. m.; John 
Start, Superintendent; residence, 1019 Post street; 
Epworth League, Sunday evening, 6:30. Prayer 
meeting, Wednesday evening. 7:30. 

Central Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion—Mission street, between Si.\th and Seventh 
streets. Rev. Charles Edward Locke, D. D., Pastor; 
residence. Parsonage, 312 Halght street. Sunday 
services at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday School, 1 
P.M.; R. V. Watt, Superintendent; Men's Bible Class, 
Sunday, 1 p. m.. Dr. Locke, leader; 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. Geo Coffey and Rev. Chan Lok Shang. 
Sunday services, 12:30 a. m.,7:30 p. m. Night schools 
open every evening from 7:30 to 9:30. Dally school 
for Chinese children, 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Chinese 
Home for women and girls Id charge of Mrs. Lake, 
Matron. Miss Maxwell, Teacher. Visitors lu China- 
town. Miss Margarita Lake. Deaconess, and Mrs. Lee. 

Branches of w^ork In Sacramento, Portland, Los 
Angeles, Oakland, San Jose. Pasadena, Modesto, 
and Stockton. 

Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion-Corner T wenty-elxth and Church streets. Rev, 
W. M. Woodward, Pastor; residence. 447 Elizabeth 
street. Services every Sundayat H a. m. and 7:30 p. 
M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.; prayer meeting 
Wednesday 7:45 p. m.: Epworth League 6:30 Sunday; 
Junior League, Friday at 3:30 P. M. 

Fifteenth Avenue SIetuodist Episcopal 
Church. Location- Fifteenth Avenue South, be- 
tween N and P streets. Rev. W. D. Crabb, Pasior; 
residence. 1421 Seventeenth Avenue South. Sunday 
services at 11 a, m. and 7:45 p. M.; Sunday School 
at 10 A. M. 

First African Methodist Episcopal Zion 
Church. Location— West side of Stockton street, 
between Clay and Sacramento. Rev. J. Brown, 
Pastor: residence. 1229 Pacific 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. m.; 
class meetings Friday and Sunday at 2:30 p. m. 
Ytmng People's Christian Endeavor Society, Sunday 
6:30 p. M. 

First Methodist Episcopal Chdbch. Loca- 
tlou— Powell street, between Washington and Jack- 
son streets. Rev. W. S. Urmy, Pastor; residence. 
1110 Clay street. Sunday services. 11 a. m. and 
7;30p.m.; Sunday School. 12:30 p.m.; Epworth League 
Chapter, Sundays at 6:30 p. m. ; prayer meeting Wed- 
nesdays at 7:30 p. M. 

First Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location-South side Howard street, between Eighth 
and Ninth streets. Rev. J. R. Andrews, Pastor; 
residence. 13 Glen Park avenue. Services on Sunday 
at 11 A. M. 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 



German Methodist Episcopal Chtkch. Loca- 
tion— Folsom street, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Rev. J. G. Vogel, Pastor; residence, 868b Folsom 
(utreet. Services every Sunday at 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 
p. m.: Sabbath school at 9:30 a. bi.: prayer meeting 
Wednesday at 7:45 P. M. Epworth League Sunday at 
7 p. M. Young Men's Bible Reading Saturday at 7:45 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. Location 
—Corner Twentv-tirst and Capp streets. Rev. J. N. 
Beard. D. D., Pastor; residence, 3168 Twenty-first 
street. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Howard Street Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location— 643 Howard street, between Second and 
Third. Rev. John A. B. Wilson. D. D.. Pastor: resi- 
dence, 643 Howard street. Services on Sunday, 11 a. 
M. and 7:30 p .M. 

Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion— 1329 Pine street. Rev. S. Kawashelna, Pastor. 
Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Anglo- 
Japanese Training School. Y. Nakatsuka, Principal. 
Japanese District of the California Conference. M. 
C. Harris, Presiding Elder. The District Includes 
Pacific Coast and the Hawaiian Islands. 

Norwegian - Danish Methodist Episcopal 
Society. Location— 2131 Mission street. Rev. Joseph 
Olsen. Pastor; residence. 15 Erie street. Services 
held every Sunday evening at s p. m 

PoTRERo Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion — Tennessee street, between 18th and 19th. Rev. 
S. M. Woodward. Pastor; residence, 243 Texas 
street. Sabbath services— preaching at 11 a. m. and 
7:30 P. M.: Sabbath School 10 a. m.; Epworth 
League. 6:30 P. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 



Richmond Methodist Episcopal Church. Loca- 
tion—Northwest corner Fourth avenue and Clements; 
streets. Rev. George Baugh, Pastor: residence, 14^ 
Point Lobos avenue. Sunday services, 11 a. m. and 
7:30 P.M.: Sunday School. 12:30 p. m.; John A. Lee. 
Superintendent; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 

p. M. 

Second African Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location— West side Powell, between Jackson and 
Pacific streets. Rev. W. B. Anderson, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 1132 Broadway. Sunday services, 11 a. m. 
and 7:45 P. M. Sunday School, 1:30 p. m. 

Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Location — Hayes and Buchanan streets. 
Rev. John Stephens, Pastor; residence, 309 Halght 
street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 
7:30p.m.; Sunday School at 12:30p. m.. C. B. Perkins, 
Superintendent; Epworth League at 6:30 p. M.. 
Geo. N. Nash, President; prayer meeting Wednes- 
day at 7:4.T P. M.: Junior Epworlh League. Sunday at 
4:45 P. M., Mrs.F. Buckman. Superintendent. 

St. John's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Location— 3718 Army street, near Guerrero. 
Rev. W. C. Schmutzler. Pastor. Services every Sun- 
day at 11 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. 

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Pastor; residence. 741 Filbert 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. Theo- 
dore H. Woodward. Pastor; residence, 3676 16th 
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::J0 
p. M., T. H. Woodward, Superintendent. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

C.*.LVARY Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Northwest corner Geary and Powell streets. Rev. 
John Hemphill, D.D.. Pastor; residence, 2410 Jackson 
street. 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. 



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First Presbyterian Church. Location— South 
east corner Van Nees avenue and Sacramento street. 
Rev. Robert Mackenzie, D. D., Pastor; residence, 
Occidental Hotel. Services every Sunday at 11 a. 3 
and 7:45 p. M.; prayer meeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m 
Christian Endeavor, Sundays, 6:30 p. m.; Boys' 
Brigade, Sundays, 6:30 p. m.; Sunday School, 12:45 p, 
M. Cyrus S. Wright. President of Board of Direct- 
ors; Samuel Irving, Clerk of Session. 

First United Presbyterian Church. Loca- 
tion — Northeast corner Golden Gate avenue and 
Polk street. Rev. H. H. Bell. D. D., Pastor; resi- 
dence at the Church Manse, 1548 Fulton street. Ser 
vices at the Church every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 
7:30 p.m. This Church has three Sabbath Schools 
first at 9:30 a. m. aud 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. Intermediate 
and Senior Endeavorers each Sabbath evening from 
5:30 to 7:30; Ladles' Meetings, 2:30 P. m. Fridays; 
Bible Reading Circle. Fridays at 8 p. m. 

Franklin Street Presbyterian Church. Lo- 
cation—Southwest corner Franklin and ValJejo 
streets. Rev. David James, Pastor; residence, Ab- 
botsford Hotel, Broadway and Polk streets. Services 
every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Young Peo- 
ple's Society of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.; 
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.; prayer meeting Wednes- 
day at 7:45 p. M. 

Holly Park Presbyterian Church. Location — 
California avenue and Lizzie street. Rev. A. C. 
Patterson, Pastor; residence, corner California 
avenue and Eugene street. Sunday services at 11 a. 
M. and 8 p. m.; Sunday School at 10 a. m. Christian 
Endeavor Society meets at 7 p. m. 

Howard Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Southwest corner of Oak and Baker streets. 
Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p. m.; 
Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor at 
6:45 P. M.; Sabbath School at 9:30 a. m.; prayer 
meeting Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

Japanese Presbyterian Church and Mission. 
Location— 121 Halght street. E. A. Sturge. M. D., 
Superintendent. Day and evening educational 
classes; religious services Sunday and Wednesday 
■ evenings. Japanese Mission Home, northwest corner 
Sacramento street and Prospect Place. 

Lebanon Presbyterian Church. Location- 
East side Sanchez street, near Twenty-third. Rev. 
R. W. Reynolds, Pastor; residence. 1136 Church 
street, near Twenty-fourth street. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday School at 
12:30 P. M. Christian Endeavor Society meets at 
6:30 p. M. 

Memorial Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Eighteenth avenue and Latona street. Rev. Herbert 
. N. Bevler, Pastor; residence, 20 Latdha 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. 192 Hawthorne street. Services are 
held every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.; Sabbath 
School at 9:30 a. m., George A. Gielow, Superin- 
tendent; Young People's Society of Christian En- 
deavor (Junior. Intermediate and Senior) at 6:45 p. 
m.; prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:45. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church. Location— Mis- 
sissippi street, between Nineteenth and Twentieth 
streets. Rev. Eber G. Mathena, D. D., Pastor; res- 
idence, 333 Mississippi street, between Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 
7:30 p. M. Sunday School at 9:50 a. m.; Y. P. S. 
C. E. meeting, Sunday at 6:30 p. m.; Junior Endeavor 
meeting Sunday at 2 p. m.; Intermediate C. E. So- 
ciety, meeting at 2:30 p. m.; prayer meeting Wednes- 
day at 8 p. M. Choir practice Friday evening at 8. 

Presbyterian Chinese Chuboh and Mission. 
Location— 911 Stockton street, between Clay and 
Washington streets. Rev. I. M. Condlt, D. D., Superin- 
tendent; residence, 1390 Webster street, Oakland. 
Sabbath services 11:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 

Stewart Memorial Second United Presbyter- 
ian Church. Location — Guerrero street, between 
Twenty-second and Twenty-third. Rev. William E. 
Dugan, Pastor; residence, 206 Chattanooga street. 
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sab- 
bath School at 10 A. m.; Young People's Society of 



Christian Endeavor at t>:30 p. m.; Midweek meeting 
for social worship, Wednesday at 7: 45 p. m., and Junior 
Society, Sabbath 4 p. m.; Intermediate Society C. E. 
Sabbath 5:15 p.m. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Southeast corner of California and Octavia streets. 
Rev. Robert Llddell, Pastor; residence, 1331 Ellis 
street. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 
7:45 p.m.; Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.; prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday at 7:45 p. m. 

Trinity Presbyterian Church. Location — 
Southwest corner Twenty-third and Capp streets. 
Rev. Alexander N. Carson, D. D., Pastor. Sunday 
service^ a^ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m. ; Bible School at 12:30 
C. E. at 6:30 p. m.; prayer meeting 



Welsh Presbyterian Church. Location- 
Cambrian Hall, 1133 Mission street. Junior Christian 
Endeavor at 10:30 a. m. Welsh Sabbath School every 
Sunday at 11:30 a.m.; Welsh services at 7.30 p.m.; 
prayer meetings every Thursday at 7:30 p. m. 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. Loca- 
tion—Southeast corner Page and Webster streets. 
Rev. S. S. Cryor, D. D.. Pastor, residence, 757 Hayes 
street. Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:45 
p. M.; Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.. Chas. Adams, 
Superintendent; prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:45 
p. M.; Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor 
meets Sunday evening at 6:30. Young Men's Club 
meets fortnightly on Friday evenings. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Most Rev. P. W. Rlordan. Archbishop; Rev. P. 
Scanlon, Chancellor; Rev. P. E. Mulligan, Secre- 
tary; residence, 1122 Eddy street. 

All Hallows' Church. Location— Corner of Six- 
teenth avenue and N street, South San Francisco. 
Rev. D. O. Sullivan, Rector; Rev. M. Barry. Assist- 
ant Rector; residence, 1715 Fifteenth Avenue South. 
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. 

Church of St. Charles Borromeo. Location- 
Northwest corner of Eighteenth and Shotwell streets. 
Rev. P. J. Cummins, Pastor; Rev. C. E. O'Neill, 
Assistant Pastor. Masses Sundays and holy days of 
obllgatlonat 6:15, 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a. m.; vespers at 
7:30 P. m. School for boys and girls conducted by the 
Sisters of the Holy Cross. 

Church of the Holt Cross. Location— Eddy 
street, between Scott and Devisadero. Rev. John 
F. McGInty. Pastor; residence. 1820 Eddy street; Rev. 
Robert Sampson, Assistant Pastor. Masses on Sun- 
days at 7:00. 8:00 and 9:45 a. m.; high mass at 11:00 
a. m.; weekdays at 7:30 a. m.; vespers and benediction 
at 7:30 p. M.; Gentlemen's Sodality of Blessed Virgin 
meetings, third Sunday In each month at 8 p. m.; 
Young Men's Society of Holy Cross meetings, first 
and third Mondays at 8 p. m.; Young Ladles' Sodality 
of Immaculate Conception meetings, first Sunday 
and first Friday at 8 p. m. 
meets every Friday at 4 p. 
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 7:30p.m. Rev. J. Stokes 
and Rev. J. Conway, Assistant Pastors. Sun- 
day School attendance, 700. Societies connected with 
the Church are: Infant Jesus Sodality, 130 mem- 
bers; Clients of Mary Sodality, 300 members; St. Vin- 
cent de Paul, 105 members; League of the Sacred 
Heart, 700members; League of the Cross, 75 members; 
St. Francis' Society for Men, 100 members; Holy 
Name Sodality, 135 members. 

Notre Dame des Victoires. Location— North 
side Bush street, between Grant avenue and Stock- 
ton. Served by the Marist Fathers. Rev. A. A. 
Loude, S. M., Rector; residence, 526 Bush street; 
Rev. Jos. Roman, S. M., and Rev. Joseph Gul- 
bert, S. M., Assistants. Sunday services at 7:30, 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. 
for girls, and 2 p. m. for boys. 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 
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St. Agnes' CnrRCH. Location— West side uf Ma- 
sonic avenue, between Page and Oak streets. Rev. 
Wm. P. Kirby, Pastor; residence, 1510 Page street. 
Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6:30. 7:30. 9 and 
11 A. M.; vespers at 7:30 P. M.; Sunday School after 9 
o'clock mass; mass on week days at 7:30 a. m. 

St. Anthoxt's Church. Location— Array street, 
between Shotwell and Folsom. Rev. Raphael Fuhr, 
O. F. M., Rector; residence, 3215 Army street. 

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. F. M., Su- 
perior. Masses on Sundays at 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10:30 
A. M.; vespers at 7:30 p. 51.; 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 pf Fremont and Harrison streets. Rev. John F. 
Nugent, Rector; residence, 320 Harrison street. 
Masses on Sundays at 7:30, 9 and 10:30 a.m.; weekday 
masses at 7:30 a. m. and at the Sisters of Mercy's 
Chapel at 7:15 a. m., Sundays G a. m.; vespers at 7:30 
p. M.; Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.; attendance, 225; 
Rev. P. J. Qulnn, Assistant Rector. Societies con- 
nected with the Church are: League of the Sacred 
Heart, Children of Mary Sodality. Holy Angels' So- 
dality, Holy Childhood Sodality, St. Vincent de Paul 
Society and Calvarlan 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. Joseph Byrne. Assistant Rectors. Masses on 
Sundays at 6:30, 8, 9 and 10 a. m., and High Mass at 
11 A. M.; vespers at 7:30 p. m.; weekday masses at 
6:30, 7, and 7:30 a. m.; Sunday School attendance, 425. 
Societies connected with the Church are: Clients of 
Mary Sodality, 1-10 members; St. Aloyslus' Sodality, 
60 members; League of the Cross. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. Loca- 
tion—Northwest corner of Bush and Stelner streets. 
Served by the Dominican Fathers. Very Rev. 
P. Murphy, Rector. Masses Sunday at 6, 7, 8. 9, 
10 and 11 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. Francis' Church. Location— Corner Vallejo 
street and Montgomery avenue. Rev. Terence 
Caraher. Rector; residence, 620 Vallejo street: Rev. 
Patrick Hesllu and Rev. M. J. Giles, Assistant Rec- 
tors. Sunday masses at 6, 7:30. 8:45, 9:30 and 11 a. m. 
Mass at 9:30. children's mass; vespers, sermon and 
benediction at 7:30 p. m.; dally mass, 6:30 and 7:30 a. m. 

St. Ignatius' Church. Location — North side 
Hayes street, near Van Ness avenue. Conducted by 
the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, connected with 
St. Ignatius' College. Masses on Sundays and holy 
days at 5, 5:45, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30. 9:30 and 10:30 a. m.; 
rosary at 7:15 p.m.; vespers at 7:30 p. m.; sermon 
and benediction at 8 p. m. ; masses on week days at 
5, 5:45, 6:30, 7:15 and 8 A. M.; rosary and other devo- 
tional exercises at 7:30 p. m.; Gentlemen's Sodality 
at 7:30 A.M. on Sundays; Father Hickey. S. J., Direct- 
or. Ladles' Sodality General Communion at 7:30 
A. M., on third Sunday of month; Meetings on second 
and fourth Sunday of the month at 2:30 p. m. : 
Father Calzia, S. J.. Director. Boys' Sodality at 
8:15 A. M. on Sundays; Father Burkard, S. J.. Di- 
rector. Confessions heard at all times; In Sodality 
Chapel, for males only, 7 to 10 p. m., Saturday. 

St. James' Church. Location— Twenty-third and 
Guerrero streets. Rev, P. R. Lynch, Rector; resi- 
dence, 1032 Guerrero street. Rev. Donald J. McKln- 
non. Assistant Rector. Order of masses: 6:30,7:30,9 and 
10:30 A. M. Sundays; 7 a. m. dally; children's mass, 9 
a. m. Sundays; vespers and benediction. 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday School attendance, 475. Societies connected 
with the church are: Immaculate Conception Sodal- 
ity, 100 members; Children of Mary, 65 members; 
Young Ladles' B. V. M., 69 members; Young Men's, 
55 members; League of the Sacred Heart, 1000 mem- 
bers; St. Vincent de Paul Society, 20 members; 
League of the Cross. 250 members. 

St. Joseph's CntrKCH. Location— Tenth, between 
Folsom and Howard streets. Rev. P. Scanlon, Rec- 
tor; residence, 230 Tenth street; Rev. J. Hartnett, 
Rev. J. McDonnell and Rev. J. Collins, Assistant Rec- 
tors. Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6, 7. 8, 9 
and 10:30 a. m., and at 9 o'clock In the hall, for chil- 



dren only: vespers at 7:30 p. M.; masses on week days 
at 6:30 and 7:;iO a. m. Business hours, 9 to 10 a. M. 
and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Sunday School Immediately after 
9 o'clock mass; Parochial School for girls. In charge 
of the Sisters of the Holy Names, attendance 502; 
Parochial School for boys. In charge of the Brothers 
of Mary^ attendance 425. Societies connected with 
the church are: Sodality of the Immaculate Con- 
ception, for young men and boys (three branches), 
215 members; Sodality of the ■ hildren of Mary fur 
young ladles, 75 members; Sodality of the Holy 
Angels for young girls (three branches). 2S0 mem- 
bers; Sodality of the Infant Jesus, 220 members; 
St. Vincent de Paul Society, In aid of the poor of the 
parish, 100 members; League of the Cross, 300 mem- 
bers. 

St. Mart's Cathedral. Location — Northwest 
corner Van Ness avenue and O'Farrell street. Most 
Rev. P. "W. RIordan, Archbishop; Very Rev. J. J. 
Prendergast, Vicar-General; Rev. Patrick Scanlon, 
Chancellor; Rev. P. E. Mulligan, Secretary ; Rev. Edw. 
Dempsey, Rev. Philip O'Ryan, Rev. J. B. Hannlgan 
and Rev. Charles A. Ramm, Assistants; residence, 
1100 Franklin street. Masses on Sundays and holy 
days at 6, 7, 8, 9:80 and 11 a. m.; vespers and bene- 
diction at 8 p. m.; children's mass, in Cathedral 
chapel, at 9 a. m.; masses on week days at 6 and 7 a. m. 

St. Mary's Church (Paullst Fathers). Location — 
Northeast corner California and Dupont streets. 
Rev. Henrv H. "Wyman. C. S. P., Superior and 
Rector; Rev. Michael Otis, C. S. P.; Rev. Walter E. 
Hopper, C. S. P.; Rev. A. Russell Nevlns. C. S. P.; 
Rev. Francis B. Doherty. C. S. P.; Rev. Patrick J. 
MacCorry. C. S. P., are In charge. Masses on 
Sundays at 6:30, 7:30, 9 and 11 a. m.; week days 
6:.30 and 7 A. M. and during Lent at 8 a.m.; vespers 
and sermon at 7:4.^ p. m. These priests give missions 
and special courses all over the State. 

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. 
P. J. Keane, Rev. M. Horan and Rev. D. Lane, Assist- 
ant Rectors. Masses on Sundays and holy days at 6. 
7, 8. 9, 10 and 11 a. m.; mass for the children In 
the basement each Sunday at 9 a. m.; vespers at 7:30 
p. M.; masses on week days at 6:30. 7 and 7:30 a. 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:;50p. M. 

St. Paul's Church. Location — Twenty-ninth 
and Church streets. Rev. M. D. Connolly, Rector; 
residence, 1628 Church street; Rev. James A. Grant. 
Assistant Rector. Masses and religious Instructions 
on Sundays at 7, 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.: vespers, 
sermons and benediction 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), 150 members; 
Young Ladles* Society. 85 members; Holy Angels' 
Sodality, 110 members; St. Vincent de Paul, for relief 
of the poor of the parish. 150 members; League of 
the Cross Temperance Society, 200 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, William Lyons and James Grant, Assistants; 
pastoral residence. 29(6 Twenty-fourth street. Masses 
on Sundays and Holy Days at 6. 7. 8:30. 9:30 and 10:30 
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, accom- 
modate the youth of the parish. 

St. Rose's Church. Location— Brannan street, 
near Fourth. Rev. D. F. Nugent. Rector; residence, 
532 Brannan street; Rev. M. Kennealy and Rev. 
Joseph M. Gleason, Assistant Rectors; residence, 532 
Brannan. Masses at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 a. m.; vespers at 
7:30 p. M. Sunday School attendance, 800; Parochial 
School attendance, 475. Societies connected with the 
church are: League of the Sacred Heart. 1,200 mem- 
bers: Confraternity of Bona Mors, 1,000 members; 
Arch-confraternity of Poor Souls, 180 members ; Altar 
Society, 181 members; Children of Mary Sodality, 70 
members: Holy Angels' Sodality .'75 members: Infant 
Jesus' Sodality, 148 members, and Saint Aloyslus' 
Sodality, 48 members. 



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St. Teresa's Chuech. Location— Tennessee street, 
between Butte and Solano. Potrero. Rev. P. O'Con- 
nell. Rector; Rev. Charles A. M. Browne, Assistant 
Rector; residence, T23 Tennessee street. Masses on 
Sundays at T:30. 9 and 10:30 a.m.: weekdays at 7:30 
and 8 a. M.; vespers at 7:30 P. m. 

Sts. Pietbo e Paolo Chitech. Location— Fil- 
bert and Dupont streets. R. R. Saleslan 
Fathers; residence. 1600 Dupont street. Masses on 
Sundays at 6. 7, 9 and 10:30 a. m. Sunday School 
attendance, 650. Societies connected with the 
church are: League of Sacred Heart, -100 members; 
Altar Society, 200 members ; Children of Mary Sodal- 
ity, 40 members; Holy Angele' Sodality. r25 mem- 
bers; Holy Childhood Sodality, 140 members: Sanc- 
tuary Boys' Society. 24 members: Sr. Aloyplus So- 
dality, 130 members; St. Joseph's Confraternity, 50 
members; Bona Mors Sodality. 120 members. 

Stab or the Sea Chubch. Location — Northwest 
corner Point Lobos and Eighth avenues. Rev. J. P. 
Coyle. Rector; residence, 341 Eighth avenue. Masses 
on Sundays at 8 and 10 a. m.; week days at 7:30 a. m. 
Sunday School at 9 a. m,. attendance, 120. Societies: 
Children of Mary Sodality, 15 members; Holy Angels' 
Sodality, 23 members. 

Yglesia de Ncestea Sexora DE GrADALtrPE. 
Location — North side Broadway, between Mason 
and Taylor streets. Rev. A. M, Santandreu, Rector; 
residence, 908 Broadway; Rev. James VUadomat, 
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 
Order of St. Francis. 50 members; Altar Society, 50 
members; Perpetual Adoration, lOOmembers: Ladles 
of Christian Charity, formed to help the poor of the 
parish, has 54 members. 

CHAPELS. 

Holy Names Convent— Teuth and Howard streets. 
Immaculate Conception— Twenty-fourth and Guer- 

Magdalen Asylum— Potrero avenue. 

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

Notre Dame Convent Dolores and Sixteenth 

Sacred Heart Academy— Ellis and Franklin streets. 
Sacred Heart College— Eddy and Larkin streets. 
Sacred Heart Presentation Convent— EUls and Tay- 
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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 Gougb 



St. Mary's Hospital— Bryant and First 

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

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

St. Vincent's Convent— Mission street. 
Youths' Directory- 3030 Howard street. 

SWEDENBORGIAN. 

FiEST New jERrsALEM Chtrch. Location— 
O'Farrell street, between Webster and Fillmore, 
Rev. Duane V. Bowen. Pastor. Services every Sun- 
day at 11 a. m.; Sunday School at 10 a. m.; Evening 
service when advertised. In connection with the 
church Is a free circulating library, containing Swed- 
enhorg's theological writings and the collateral 
works. A. W. Manning, Librarian. Library open 
after Sunday morning t*ervlce, or by applying at 1626 
O'Farrell street on weekdays. 

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

UNITARIAN. 

First Usitariax CnrRca. Location— Southwest 
corner Geary and Franklin streets. Rev. Horatio 
Stebhlns. D.D.. Emeritus Pastor; residence. 1603 Lar- 
kin street. Cyus O'Nelt. Sexton, at the church. Mon- 
days, from 8 A. M. to 5 p. M.: Saturdays, from 8 a. m. 
to 12 M.; residence. 420 Thirteenth street. Services 
are held In the church every Sunday at 11 a. m. 
The seo'lces of communion and baptism are 
held on the first Sunday in March, June. Septem- 
ber and December. Sunday School, with bihle 
and Infant classes, meets at 9:45 a. m. The 
two soctetlcft connected with the church are 



the Society for Christian Work and the Channin^ 
Auxiliary. The Society for Christian Work ad- 
ministers the charities of the church: meetings 
second and fourth Mondays In each month. The 
Channlng Auxiliary is for the support and advance- 
ment of Cnltarlan principles through the distribu- 
tion of the works of the best writers. Post Office 
Mission Committee meets Tuesdays at 2 p. m. 
Applications for pamphlet Unitarian literature, ad- 
dressed Post Office Mission. First Unitarian Church, 
will be promptly filled. The Channlng arrangea 
afternoon lectures and publishes an annual calendar. 
Second Unitarias Chuech. Location —Corner 
Capp and Twentieth streets. Rev. A. J. Wells. Pas- 
tor; residence, 936 Valencia street. Sabbath serv- 
ices at 11 A. M. and 7:45 p. m. 

MISCELLANEOUS CHUBCEES. 

Advent Christian* Church. Location— Church 
street, between Twenty-ninth and Day. Sunday 
services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting 
Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m. 

Believers Gathered to the Name of thk 
Lord Jksus. Commonly Called Brethren. Lo- 
cation— 3036 Howard street, between Valencia and 
Mission streets. Meetings In Gospel Hall as fol- 
lows: Sunday— Breaking of bread and worship, 11 
A. M.: Sunday School and Bible class, 2:30 p. m.; 
Gospel preaching In hall. 7:45 p. m.; street preach- 
ing. 7:15 p. M.; Chinese preaching at cor. Washing- 
ton and Waverly Place. 5 p. M.; Tuesday evening, 
7:45; Bible class. Thursday evening. 7:45; prayer 
meeting, Saturday evening, 8:00; street preaching; 
all welcome: seats free; no collections. Address 
communications Gospel Hali, 3036 Sixteenth street. 

Catholic Apostolic Chttrch. Location — 3776 
Eighteenth street. J. RIntoul, Pastor; residence, 
654 Church street. Services every Sunday at 10 a. h. 
and 4:30 and 5:00 P.M. 

Christian Chuech (First). Location— East side 
of Twelfth street, between Howard and MIssloa 
streets. Rev. Frank S. Ford, Pastor. Services every 
Sunday at 11 a. h. and 7:45 p. m.; Sunday School at 
9:30 A. M.: Senior Society of Christian Endeavor 
meets at 6:30 p. m.; Junior, at 3 p. m.: prayer meet- 
ing Wednesday at 7:45 p. m.; Auxiliary Christian 
Woman's Board of Missions meets first Thursday of 
each month at 2:30 p. x.: i^adles' Aid Society, every 
Thursday of each month from 10 a. m. to 4 p. 

Church of Practical Christianity. Location 
—1231 Pine. Services at II a. m. and 7:30 p. m. every 
Sabbath. Sabbath School and Bible Class, 12:30. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist. Location- 
Central Block. 223 Sutter street, bet. Kearny 
and Grant Av. Pastor, the Bible and Science 
and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Rev. 
Mary Baker G. Eddy. Readers: Sue Etla Brad- 
shaw, C. S. D.. residence. 3456 Nineteenth street; 
F. W. Gale. C. S. B.. residence. 702 Powell street. 
Services and Christian Science Bible Lessons, every 
Sunday at 11 a. m.; Sunday School for children at 
the same hour. Wednesday Evening Meeting at 
8 P. M. All are welcome. 

Friends' Meeting. A meeting of the Society of 
Friends Is held every Sunday at 11 a. m. In the 
Lecture Room of Y. M. C. A. Hall, corner Mason 
and Ellis streets. 

Latter Day Saints' Church of Jesus Christ. 
Services at Academy Hall, 997 Market street, every 
Sunday at 2 and 7 p. m. 

Mariners' Church. The, of San Francisco. Was 
organized by Its present Pa-stor. Rev. J. Rowell, In 
1858. It finds Its field for usefulness among the sea- 
men and strangers on our water fnint. 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 each month, cor- 
respondence 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 mutter 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 
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Reokganieed Chdech of Jesus Cheist of 
Latter-Dat Saints. Meets In Harmony Hall, Red 
Men's Building, 320 Post street. Servlees every fealv 
bath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. M. They have a Sunday 
School whose session Is before the morning service. 
Communion on first Sabbath of each month. Prayer 
meeting "Wednesday evening, and a literary meeting 
onderZIOD'sRellglo Society on Friday evening. Their 
minister the past year Is Rev. C. A. Parkin mv 
Sixteenth street, 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 Epheslans. 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 
win. 

Saltation Armt. Headquarters, 1139 Market 
street. Lieut. Col. "Wm. Evans, commanding Pacific 
Coast Division. , ^ , j . 

The Institute (men's food and shelter depot, 
woodyard and free dispensary). Corner Howard 
and New Montgomery streets. j ,„ i. 

Women's Shelter. Corner Montgomery and Wash- 
ington streets. Ensign Nelson in charge. 

Corps No. 1, Commercial street, near Kearny ; 
Corps No. 2, Sacramento and Kearny streets; Corps 
No. 3, Corps No. 4, 2431 Mission street: Corps No. .'i. 
Pacific street, near Kearny; Corps No. 6, 1139 Market 
street; Corps No. 8 (German), Corps No. 9, .51 Mar- 
ket street; Corps No. 10, WS New Montgomery street ; 
Corps No. 11 (Chinese), 815 Sacramento street. 

Seventh Day Adtentibts. Location — Laguna 
street, between Golden Gate avenue and McAllister 
street. Elder E. E. .\ndro8s. Pastor; residence, 
719 Webster street. Services on Sabbath (Saturday) 
U A M ; on Sunday at 7:30 P. M., and Sabbath School 
at 9:45 a. m.; on Wednesday evening, prayer meet- 
ing; on Thursday evening, missionary meeting, 7:30. 

West Side Ci kistian CauRCH. Location- 
Bush street, between Scott and Devlsadero. Rev. 
M. W. Williams. Pastor; residence, 2520 Bush street. 
Lord's Day services at 11 A. M. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday 
School at 10 A. Jt. Miss Nettle E. Gardner, Superip. 
tendent. Junior Chrletain Endeavor meets at 5 p. M., 
and Senior at 6:.'!0 p.m.; Mothers' Christian En- 
deavor, Monday, 2 p. M.; prayer meeting on Wednes. 
dayat8:00P.M. This church was organized May 1, 
1893. Present membership, 279. 

COLLEGES AND PRIVATE 
SCHOOLS. 

Academy or Languages (De Filippe's). This 
•well-known Institution of learning, which was estab- 
lished in 1871, is now pleasantly located at 320 Post 
street, opposite Union Square, and is patronized by 
the iUte of our city. Prof. De Flllppe Is a graduate 
of the academies 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. 

Academy op the Sacred Heart. A chartered 
Institution conducted by the Ladles of the Sacred 
Heart. Location— Corner of Ellis and Franklin 
streets. Its aim Is to give a thorough and refined 
education in the modern languages, science, music 
and art. French Is a specialty of the school. Under 
the same auspices, a branch academy has been con. 
structed at Menio Park. Address Mother Superior 

BoLTE's Jeanne, Miss, School. Location- 2318 
California 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. 

California School of Mechanical Arts, The. 
Incorporated 1885. The school was founded 
by James Lick and endowed with 8540.000, 
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 me- 
chanical skill now Is or can hereafter be applied.' 



The Institution Is open to all youths residing in 
California, and Is free of charge for tuition. The 
academic buildings and shops are located at the cor- 
ner of Sixteenth (Center street) and Utah streets, 
about one mile south of the New City Hall and one 
block east of Potrero avenue, accessible by Ninth, 
Bryant Fillmore and Sixteenth streets. Officers- 
Horace' Davis; President; A. S. Hallldle, Vice-Presi- 
dent- James S. Bunnell, Secretary; Horace Davis, 
A. S. Hallldle, John O. Earl, Horatio Stebblns, D. D., 
and James Spiers, Trustees; George A. Merrill, 
Principal. 

Cogswell Polytechnical College. Was 
founded by Dr. H. D. Cogswell and Caroline E. Cogs, 
well with an endowment valued at 91,000,000. The 
academic building Is a three-story brick structure at 
the corner of Twenty-sixth and Folsom streets. The 
shop building, a two-story frame structure. Is located 
In the rear. The school year consists of forty weeks 
divided Into two terms; the first term begins on the 
first Monday in August and the second on the first 
Monday in January. The time of the students is 
equally divided between academic and technical 
work seven courses being open for selection. 
Oflicers and Trustees— Dr. H. D. Cogswell, President, 
Marechal NIel Hotel, 404 Ellis street; Mrs. Caroline 
E. Cogswell, Marechal NIel Hotel; Abner Doble, 
Howard and Fremont streets; Robert Ewing, 3:^6 
Sutter street; Thomas G. Knight, 1.54 Golden Gate 
avenue; Oscar Lewis, Mills Building; J. H. Culver, 
Secretary and Manager, College Building; W. H.V. 
Raymond, Snperlntendentof Instruction. 



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of Notre Dame. Location— Dolores 
streetrbetween 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 lald-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 ladles 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 Freneh. Spanish and German are taught with 
gratifying success. A partial course comprises 
Literature, English, Latin and modern languages; 
also any special branch desired. 

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.WUllamH.Beatty.Sacramento, 
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, ex officio 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 
Olney, Jr., A. B., LL. B., Assistant Professor of Law ; 
Louis Theodore Hengstler, Ph. D., Assistant Pro- 
lessor of Law; Sheffield S. Sanborn. A. B.. LL. B.. 
Instructor In Law: Leonard Stone, LL.B.. 620 Parrott 
Building. Registrar. College exercises held In the 
old Hall of Pioneers. 808 Montgomery street. 

Irving Institute. A select boarding and day 
school for young ladles, with a thoroughly equipped 
preparatory department for children. This school is 
in its twenty-second year, and Is accredited by the 
University of California and the Leland Stanford Jun- 
ior University. It has lately been moved to Its new 
home on the northeast corner of California and 
Buchanan streets, where It occupies an elegant and 
commodious building fitted with every modern con- 
venience for light, heat, health and comfort. The 
play grounds are ample for swings, tennis, basket- 
ball, and croquet. It continues under the ownership 
and management of the Reverend Edward B. 
Church and wife, who give their personal supervision 
to every department, the Conservatory of Music still 
being a marked feature of the school. 

Sacred Heart 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, emliracing 
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The scholastic year (s divided Into two terms of five 
months each. The first term commences on August 
Ist, the second on January 2d. Brother Floxlmus, 
President. 

Saceed Heart Pbesextatiox Convent. Loca- 
tion, corner Taylor and Ellis streets. A chartered 
institution conducted by the Presentation Sisters. 
Its aim Is to give a thorough and rellned educa- 
tion. The school Is free of charge to all denomina- 
tions. 

St. iGNATirs College. The St. Ignatius College, 
located on the west side of Van Ness avenue, and 
extending from Hayes to Grove streets, ranks among 
the oldest and most prominent of the colleges of San 
Francisco, opening for the reception of students on 
October 15. 1855. It was incorporated under the law 
of the State April 30, 1S59, and empowered to confer 
degrees and academical honors. The number of 
students usually In attendance Is upwards of four 
hundred, with a staff of twenty-two professors and 
teachers. The college edifice consists of two main 
buildings, connected by spacious corridors. On 
the comer of Grove and Van Ness avenue, the first 
two stories are used for class and lecture-rooms, and 
the upper floor as an exhibition hall. The church 
and college combined front two hundred and ninety 
feet on Hayes street, and run through to Grove 
street, a depth of two hundred and seventy-five feet. 
It Is one of the largest and most magnificent edifices 
the city contains. 

St. Joseph's Schools. Boys' school, conducted 
by the Brothers of Mary. The Girls' school Is con- 
ducted by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus 
and Mary. Attendance. 927. The buildings are lo- 
cated at the comer of Tenth and Howard streets. 

St. PaTTL'S GEEMA.N AND ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Connected with St. Paul's German Lutheran Church. 
Location — Corner Eddy and Gough streets. Prof. 
J. H. Hargens, Principal. 

The San Francisco Theological Seminary. 
Organized in this city November 7, ISTl. It Is a 
school for the training of young men for the Gospel 
ministry, and is under the control of the Presbyte- 
rian Synod of California. It Is governed by a board 
of twenty-six directors chosen from the Presbyte- 
rian Synods of Oregon, Washington and California. 
For a number of years It was located at 121 Height 
street. Six years ago It moved into Its new and 
more commodious buildings at San Anselmo, Marin 
county. The Institution has been liberally endowed. 
Tuition Is free of expense to students of all denom- 
inations. Officers— Rev. R. F. Coyle, D. D., President ; 
R. J. Trumbull, Business Manager. Business office- 
No. 419 Sansome street. 



Tbinitt School. Location— 3300 Washington 
street, northwest comer of Central avenue. The 
school prepares young men and boys for college or 
business and provides Instruction as far as the third, 
or junior year, in the ordinary university course. 
For convenience it is divided Into four departments 
—the Preparatory, Lower School, Upper School and 
Graduate Departments. The school Is an accredited 
school with the University of California, the Leland 
Stanford Jr. University and Trinity College. By 
this privilege graduates of the school will be ad- 
mitted to these Institutions upon the recommenda- 
tion of the rector without the usual entrance exam- 
inations. 

University of the Pacific. Rev. E. McCIIsh, 
D. D., President of University, College Park. A con- 
solidation of the San Jose College, at College Park, 
and Napa College, at Napa City, universities estab- 
lished by and under the control of the California 
Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Both institutions were consolidated In 1894, 
under one Board of Trustees, and reincorporated, 
with the principal place of business In San Fran- 
cisco. The officers of the Board are I. J. Truman, 
Call building. San Francisco. President; S. E. Hol- 
den. A. M.. Napa, Vice-President; Rev. Thomas FIl- 
ben, D. D., Santa Cruz, Secretary. Office. Call 
Building. 

Women's Educational and Indcstbial Union, 
The. Location— 7 Van Ness avenue, where one of the 
Ladles of the Directory may be seen dally 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. On the first and second Tuesday evening of 
every month a social entertainment Is held, free to 
all women. Employment bureau for women. Officers 
— Mme. Louise A. Sorbier, President; Mrs. Paris 
Kilbum. Mrs. Nellie B. Eyster and Mrs. P.D.Hale. 
Vice-Presidents; Mrs. H. I. Haber, Treasurer; Mrs. 
C. F. Kapp, Recording Secretary; Miss M. B. Sorbier, 
Corresponding Secretary. Associate Directors — Mrs. 
R. J. Deane, Mrs. Dr. Cachot. Mrs. Louis Glass, Mrs. 
W. M. Searby and Mrs. Joseph Spear. 

In addition to the Institutions enumerated abore 
are many private schools of excellent reputation. 

Urban Academy. 

Hamlin School. 

Miss West's School. 

St. Rose's Academy. 

Our Lady of Mercy's School. 

St. Vincent's School. 



COURTS. 



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



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

Merchants' Exchange Association. Office, 
Merchants' Exchange building. The object of this 
Association is the promotion of the Interest of trade 
and commerce. Officers — Herman Epplnger, Presi- 
dent : W. F. Soule Vice-President; H. T. Emery, 
Manager and Secretary. 

Pacific Stock Exchange. 316 Montgomery 
street. Officers- I.Herzberg, President; S. Otis, Vice- 
President; M. Goldman. Treasurer; J. B. Bourne. 
Chairman; Wm. J.Donovan. Secretary. 

San Francisco Produce Exchange. Meets 
dally at 10:30 a. m.. In rooms In Merchants' Exchange 
Building. 425 California street. Object — To promote 
the Interest and convenience of dealers In domestic 
produce. Officers— H. Epplnger, President; T. C. 
Frledlander, 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- E. P. Barrett. President; A. J. McDonell. 
Vice-President; O. V. Walker. Chairman; George T. 
Marye, Jr., Treasurer; Fred W. Hadley. Secretary. 

Stock and Bond Exchange. Board room, 62 
Merchants' Exchange; sessions 10:30 a. m. and 2 p. h. 
Officers— John Perry, Jr.. President; Edward PolIItz. 
Vice-President; R. G. Brown. Chairman; Chas. 
Sutro Jr., Vice-chairman; Henry D. Woolfe, Sec- 
retary; Daniel Meyer, Treasurer. 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 
OFFICERS. 

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

Personal Staff— Captain Robert H. Noble, Third 
Infantry, Aid; Captain E. H. Plummer, Tenth Infan- 
try. Aid. 

Department Staff— Lieutenant Colonel John B. 
Babcock. Assistant Adjutant General. Adjutant 
General of the Department; Major Stephen W. 
Groesbeck, Judge Advocate; Lieutenant Colonel 
James M. Marshall, Assistant Quartermaster Gen- 
eral, Chief Quartermaster; Lieutenant Colonel Will- 
iam H. Baldwin. Chief Commissary; Colonel W. H. 
Forwood, Deputy Surgeon General, Chief Surgeon; 
Lieutenant Colonel Frank M. Coxe, Deputy Pay- 
master General, Chief Paymaster; Captain Frank 
Greene, Signal Curps, Chief Signal Officer; Major 
Edward Field, Second Artillery, Artillery Inspector 
and Acting Inspector General; Captain T. U. Ray- 
mond. Attending Surgeon and Assistant to Chief 
Surgeon. Major G. F. Downey: Majur B. C- Kenyon 
and Major F. C. Lord, Additional Paymasters. 



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Quartermaster's Department— LleiitenaDt Colo- 
nel James M. Marshall. Chief Quartermaster of the 
Department, San Frauclscu, Cal.; Lieutenant Colonel 
Oscar F. Long, Dt^pot Quartermaster, 36 New Mont- 
gomery street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Inspector Gexebal's Department — Major 
Edward Field, Acting Inspector General of the Pa- 
cific District, San Francisco, Cal. 

Medical Department— Major J. D. Hall, In 
charge of Medical Supply Depot, San Francisco, Cal. 

Subsistence DEPABTMENT^Lleutenant Colonel 
William H. Baldwin. Commissary of Subsistence, 
Purchasing Commissary, 36 New Montgomery street, 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Engineer's Department, U. S. Army (Pacific 
Coast)— Colonel S. M. Mansfield, Division Engineer 
of the Pacific Division, San Francisco, Cal.; Major 
W. H. Heuer, River and Harbor Works; Major 
Charles E. L. B. Davis, Fortification Works. San 
Francisco Harbor and Engineer Twelfth JLlght House 
District, San Francisco, Cal.; First Lieutenant Her- 
bert Deakyne under the Immediate orders of Major 
Chae. E. L. B. Davis; Second Lieutenant Wm. Kelly, 
under the Immediate orders of Major C. E. L. B. 
Davis. 

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

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

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

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Western Coast 
Division). Office, rooms 33 and 89, U. S. Appraisers' 
Building. Augustus F. Rodgers, Edmund F. Dlckins, 
Fremont Morse, H. P. Rltter and Ferdinand West- 
dahl, Assistants, San Francisco; J. J. Gilbert, As- 
sistant, Olympla, Wash.; Frank W. Edmonds, Clerk, 
San Francisco. 

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

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

Master and Examiner in Chancery, U. S. Cir- 
cuit Court— E. H. Heacock, room 87, Appraisers* 
building. 

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

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

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

F. McKInley, Assistant; Alex M. Cox, Superin- 
tendent of City Delivery; Steuart Aldrich, Superin- 
tendent of Money Order Division; John L. Meares, 
Superintendent of Registry Division; Daniel S. 
Richardson, Secretary; E. A. O'Connor, Cashier. 

Post Office Inspectors— Room 78c, Appraisers' 
Building. Robert R. Munro, Inspector In charge. 
Inspectors— John O. Culver. James W. Erwin, M. H. 
Flint, W. A. Robinson, H. B. Hall, Dennis Coyne; 
Lorin H. Brlcker, Chief Clerk; Horatio A. McCor- 
mlck, Stenographer. 

Special Agents- U. S. Treasury Department- 
Rooms 7 and 9. Appraisers' Building. James D. 
Power, Special Agent In charge; G. E. Channlng and 

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

—Herbert P. Thrall, office, southwest corner Jackson 
and Battery streets; Harry Lewis, Assistant; F. I. R. 
Moore, Chief Clerk; F. P. Howland, Slip Clerk; 
Joseph P. Brltt, W. C. Hammond, Stenographers. 

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



U. S. Appraiser of Merchandise— John T. Dare, 
rooms 29 to 31, Appraisers' Building. 

Assistants — James B. Stevens and Jacob Shaen. 

Clerks- T. O. Lewis and Charles A. Reynolds. 

Examiners — John A. Sampson, George A. Rey- 
nolds, James W. Maguire, Charles J. Evans, 
Raymer Sharp, Louis J. Phelps and L. A. Kent. 

Samplers— D. A. Stivers, Wm. K. Hatch and C. S. 
Smyth. 

Messenger— George H. Coons. 
U. S. Circuit Court. Northern District of Califor- 
nia— Room 46, Appraisers' Building; Clerk's 
office, room 51. 

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

Clerk- Southard Hoffman. 

Deputy Clerk— W. B. Bealzley. 

Assistant Clerk— John A. Schaertzer Jr. 
U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, for the Ninth 
Circuit — Room 44?^, Appraisers' Building; 
Clerk's office, room 44, Appraisers' Building. 

Circuit Judges— William B. Gilbert, Ersklne M. 
Ross and William W. Morrow. 

District Judges— Hiram Knowles, Corneluis H. 
Hanford, Thomas P. Hawley, James H. Beatty, 
Charles B. Bellinger, Clin Wellborn and John 
J. DeHaven. 

Clerk— Frank D. Monckton. 

Deputy Clerk -Meredith Sawyer. 

Marshal— John H. Shine. 
U. S. Commissioner of Immigration — Hart H. 
North, rooms 73-75, U. S. Appraisers' Building. 

Deputies— A. H. Geffeney, H. H. Schell and A. de 
la Torre Jr. 
United States Commissioners- George E. Morse, 
James S. Manley, room 63, U. S. Appraisers' 
Building, and E. H. Heacock, room 87, Ap- 
praisers* Building. 
U. S. District Attorney— Frank L. Coombs, room 
61. Appraisers' Building. 



Chief Clerk— J. B. Sherrard; Assistant Clerk. 

Fred M. Brown. 
Chinese Interpreter— David D. Jones. 
U. S. District Court, for the Northern District of 
California — Room 60, Appraisers' Building; 
Clerk's office, room 63. 
Judge— John J. DeHaven. 

Clerk and V. S. Commissioner— George E. Morse. 
Deputy Clerk and U. S. Commissioner— James S. 

Manley. 
Assistant Clerk— John Fouga. 
United States Geological Survey— H. W. Tur- 
ner, Geologist, room 78b, Appraisers' Building. 
United States Internal Revenue Agent— 
Bert M. Thomas, room 11. Appraisers' Building. 
Deputv Collector— Frank D. Worth. 
Specla'l Gauger— John G. Meyer, Jr. 
United States Land Office— S. S. Morton, Re- 
ceiver; A. B. Hunt, Register; 610 Commercial 

Clerks— F. B. English, F. T. Dunn. 
United States Life-Saving Service— Major 
T. J. Blakeney, Superintendent Twelfth Llfe- 
Savlng District, room 35, Appraisers' Building. 
Assistant Inspector— Captain W. C Coulson. 
Clerk— Edward W. Smith. 

Stations In San Francisco— Fort Point Life-Saving 
Station, Presidio Reservation; Golden Gate 
Park Life-SavIng Station, south of Cliff House; 
South Side LIfe-Saving Station, Ocean Beach. 
United States Lighthouse Engineer- Major 
Charles E. L. B. Davis. U. S. A., Engineer; 
office, 89-92 Flood Building. 
Clerks— A. Newbold. Arthur W. Smith. 
Messenger— Emil J. Haquette. 
United States Lighthouse Inspector- Uriel 
Sebree, 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 Boilers of 
Steam Vessels— John K. Bulger, room 21, 
Appraisers' Building. 
Assistant— Addison M. Goodrich. 
United States Local Inspector of Hulls of 
Steam Vessels — O. F. Bolles, room 21, Ap- 
praisers' Building. 
Assistant— D. Marcuccl. 



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United States Mabise Hospital — Mountain 
Lake, Preeldto Reservation; oflace, room 1, Ap- 
praisers' Building; Surgeon James M. Gassa- 
way In command. 
Aaslstant Surgeons — Thomas B. Perry and L. H. 
Hoffman; dlHpensary and office. Appraisers' 
Building, room 1. 
United States Marshal of Northern Disteict 
OF California— J. H. Shine; office. Ap- 
praisers' Building, room 45. 
Chief Office Deputy- A. L. Farlsh. 
Office Deputies— S. P. Monckton. Joshua A. Little- 
field, 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 gold bullion for 
coinage or to be made into fine bars, the bars to be 
stamped in such manner as shall Indicate the weight, 
fineness and value of same. In case of sliver bullion, 
deposits are received only for manufacture Into flne 
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 dally from 9 a. m. to 12 m.; visitors admit- 
ted dally from 9 to 11:30 a. m. 
Superintendent — Frank A. Leach. 
Melter and Rellner — Alexander Martin. 
Coiner— Daniel T. Cole. 
Assayer— Edward E. Pack. 
United States Navy Pay Office— Office, 330 
Phelan Building. 
Theodore S. Thompson. Pay Inspector. U. 8. N. 
Chief Clerk— George L. Foreman. 
Clerks — C. W. Edgcurabe, Patrick H. Loughran, 
Thomas F. Bush and A. F. Gomez. 
United States Pension Agency- Pension Agent, 
Jesse B. Fuller; office, 4th floor. 101 Sansome 
street. 
Chief Clerk— A. Mautner. 
United States Revenue Cuttee Service— C. L. 
Hooper. Captain R. C. S., Superintendent of 
Construction and Repair. Pacific Coast; J. A. 
Doyle, Chief Engineer. R. C. S.. Assistant to 
Engineer-ln-Chlef on Pacific Coast; John Mel, 
Third Lieutenant. R. C. S.; office, room 79. 
Appraisers' Building. 
United States Skcbet Sertice— Agent. Robert 
S.Browne; office, room 12. Appraisers' Building. 
United States Shipping Commissioner — Wm. 
M. Gwln. rooms 13-15. Appraisers' Building. 
Chief Deputy— Stafford H. Parker. 
Deputies— Joseph F. Curtin, Henry TV. Groth, 
James B. Xewsom, Thomas H. Murphy and 
John W. Danks. 
United States Sub-Treasury— Assistant Treas- 
urer—Julius Jacobs. 608 Commercial street; 
office hours. 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. 
Acting Assistant Treasurer and Cashier— Thomas 
P. Burns. 
United States Scpeevising Inspector of Steam 
Vessels. First District- John Bermlngham. 
room 21, Appraisers' Building. 
Secretary— Thomas R. Craigle. 
United States Sueveyor-General for Califob- 
nia— J. M. Gleaves, 610 Commercial street. 
Chief Clerk- J. M. Gleaves. Jr. 
Chief Draughtsman— J. H. Wildes. 
Corresponding Clerk — Miss E. D. Pratt. 
United States 'Weather Bureau — Office. 10th 
floor Mills Building. 
Forecast Official- Ale.vander G. McAdle. 
Local Forecast Official— G. H. Wilson. 
Observers- W. Norrlngton, W. J. Reed, C. E. Elien- 
berger, W. Mowrer. H. E. Smith and Walter H. 
Scholl. 
Messenger— Wm. Fahlbusch. 



FOREIGN CONSULS IN SAN 
FRANCISCO. 

.\usTRO-HuNGARiAN EMPIRE— FrancIs Korbei. 203 
Battery. 
Belgium— Leon Gulslaln. 203 California. 

Bolivia— Adolfo Canal. Hearst Building. 
Chile— Leoncio E. Tagle. Consul-General. 225 
Geary. 
China-Ho Vow. Consul-General. 806 Sun-ktun. 



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

Denmark- Hans H. Birkholm, Consul, Murphy 
Building. 

Ecuador- Luigl F. Lastreto, 318 Front. 

France- A. de Trobriand, Consui-General, e04 
Commercial. 

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

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

Greece— August Goustlaus. 625 Union. 

Guatemala— Felipe Galicla, 421 Market, room 69, 

Honduras- Eustorjio Calderon. 119 Bush. 

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

Japan— Count HirokichI Mutsu, 1514 Pine. 

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

Nicaragua— Eustorjio Calderon, 119 Bush. 

Paraguay — P. J. Van Loben Sels, 508 Montgomerj. 

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

Pkbu— Robert B. Hule. 203 California. 

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

Republic of Colombia— Adolfo Canal, Consol; 
V. F. Seawell, Secretary, Hearst Building. 

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

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

Spain . 

Sweden and Norway— Henry Lund, 214 California. 

Switzerland — Antolne Borel, 311 Montgomery. 

The Netherlands— P. J. Van Lohen Sels, 506 
Montgomery. 

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

Uraguay— Jose Costa. 114 Montgomery. 

Venezuela.— Adolfo Canal, Consul; V. F. Sea well. 
Secretary, Hearst Building. 



OFFICERS OF STATE OF 
CALIFORNIA. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Location, S25 Market Street, Parrott Building 
Chief Justice— W. H. Beatty. 
Justice— T. B. McFarland. 
JasTiCE- Ralph C. Harrison. 
Justice— C. H. Garoutte. 
Justice- Jackson Temple. 
Justice— F. W. Henshaw. 
Justice— Walter Van Dyke. 
Attorney-Gen eral— Tirey L. Ford. Claus Spreckela 

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

Spreckeis Building. 
Deputy Attorney-General— George A. Sturte- 

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

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

Claus Spreckels Building. 
Reporter— C. P. Pomeroy. 
Assistant Reporter— H. L. Gear. 
Clebk— George W. Root. 
Deputy Clerk— J. J. Duncan. San Francisco. 
Deputy Clerk— M. A. Root, San Francisco. 
Deputy Clerk— William M. Ward, Los Angeles. 
Deputy Clerk— T. H. Ward, Sacramento. 
Deputy Clerk— A. W. Johnson, San Francisco. 
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8BOEBTAEY— H. C. Flntler. 

Sborbtabt— R. A. Marshall. 

Phonooeaphic Rkportek— E. a. Glrvln. 

Bepoktee— L. A. WashburDe. 

LiBBAEiAN— Benjamin Edson. 

Sdpeemk Court Commissionebs— John Haynes, E. 

W. Brltt. Wheaton A. Gray, N. P. Chlpman; 

D. B. Woolf. Secretary. 
Bailiff— Ezra E. Washburn. 
Bailiff— A. W. Poole. 
Dbpabtment 1— Presiding Justice— Ralph C. Harrl- 

Jastice— C. H. Garoutte. 

Joetice— Walter Van Dyke. 
Dbpartment 2— Presiding Justice- T. B. McFar- 
land. 

Justice— Jackson Temple. 

Justice- F. W. Henshaw. 
Sam Fkancisoo District- Alameda, Contra Costa, 
Del Norte, Fresno, Humboldt. Lake, Marin, 
Mariposa, Mendocino, Monterey. Napa, San 
Benito, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, 
San Mateo, Sonoma. 
Lob Asgeles District— Inyo, Kern, Los Angeles, 
Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, 
San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura. 
Sacramento District— Alpine, Amador, Butte, 
Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, King, 
Lassen, Madera. Merced, Modoc, Mono, Nevada, 
Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin, 
Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou, Solano, Stanislaus, 
Sutter. Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, 
Tolo, Yuba. 
SassioNS- San Francisco— Second Monday in Janu- 
ary; third Monday In July. Los Angeles— First 
Monday in .Vprll; second Monday in October. 
Sacramento— First Monday In May; second 
Monday in November. All remittiturs will 
Issue from the Sao Francisco office. Tele- 
phone South 443. 
QOTHRNOR- Henry T. Gage: salary, »6,000. 

Private Secretary— ; salary, «4,000. 

Executive Clerk- ; salary, 

•2,600. 



Attornet-General— TIrey L. Ford; salary «3.000. 

First Assistant— C. N. Post; salary, «2,700. 
Clerk of Supreme Court— George W. Root; salary, 

13,000. 
Controller— Edward P. Colgan; salary, •3,000. 
SuCRETART of STATE— Charles F, Curry; salary. 

Deputy— John Hoesch; salary, 92,400. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction— Thomas 
J. Kirk; salary, «3,C100. 

Sitperintenpent of State Printing — A. J.- John- 
ston; salary, 8.5,000. 
Suevbyor-General— M. J. Wright; salary, «3.000. 
Deputy— F. E. Wright; salary, #2,400. 
<The Surveyor-General is ex-olHcio Register of the 
State Land Office.) 
Teeasuree- Truman Reeves; salary, W.OOO. 

Adult Blind Home (Oakland). 
Trustees- J. R. Glasscock, Geo. M. Shaw, N. T. 

James, James F. Smith and D. S. Hirshberg. 
Superintendent— John C. Hays. 
Agnews Hospital for Chronic Insane (Agnews). 
Cbairman Board of Directors— J. R. Curnow, San 

Jose. 
Secretary— T. S. Montgomery. 

A6RICULTURE, BOARD OF. 

President— .V. B. Spreckels, San Francisco. 
Secretary— Edwin F. Smith, Sacramento. 
Analyst, State— Professor A. B. Rising, University 

of California, Berkeley. 
AimiTiNG Board of the Commission of Public 
Works- H. J. Corcaran, San Joaquin county 
George W. Tatterson, San Joaquin county; Gil 
lis Doty, Sacramento; John Markley, Sonoma 
Thomas B. Hall, Sacramento. 



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



Building and Loan Association Commission- | 
ERS. Frank H. Gould. Stockton; William A. 
Ryan, Los Angeles. Secretary, James L. Fields. 
109 California street. 

Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, Asylum for 

President Board of Trustees— A. J. Ralston. 
Secretary— W. L. Prather. 
Superintendent— W. Wilkinson. 
Debris Commissioner— John F. Kldder,6rass Valley. 
Dental Examiners, Board of. 
President— F. W. Bliss, Santa Cruz. 
Secretary— W. A. Moore, Benlcla. 
Department of Highways — Marsden Manson, 

John R. Price, W. L. Ashe. 
Education, Boaed 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-offido. 
Examinees, Board of— Composed of the Governor, 
the Secretary of State, and the Attorney- 
General. 
Secretary— J. C. Gorman. 
Feeble Minded Children, Home foe (Eldridge, 
Sonoma County). Thos. P. Woodward, Presi- 
dent, San Francisco. 
Trustees— R. R. Relbenstein, Stockton; John T. 
Harrington, Colusa: F. W. G. Meobus, Alameda; 
A. B. Ware, Santa Rosa. 
Superintendnt and Secretary— A. E. Osborne, M. D. 
Eldridge. 
Fish Commissioners- J. M. Morrison, Sacramento; 
A. T. Vogelsang, San Francisco, and Charles 
Gould, Oakland. 
Fruit Pests, Inspector of— W. G. Klee, Berkeley. 
Harbor Commissionees. 
Eureka, Humboldt Bay— The Mayor of Eureka, H. 

L. Ricks and J. R. Brown. 
San Diego— Norman H. Conklln, W. J. Proul and 

Frank H. Dixon. 
San Francisco (Union Depot and Ferry Buildlngl— 
Paris Kllburn, President; P. .1. Harney and 
Rudolph Herrold, Jr. William D. English, 
Secretary. 
Health, Board of— R. W. Hill, Los Angeles, C. W. 
Nutting, C. A. Ruggles, D. D. Crowley, A. M. 
Henderson, Dr. W. P. Mathews. Garret W. Mc 
Enerney. .\ttorney. 
Insurance Commissioner— Andrew J. Clunie. San 
Francisco; M. M. Rhorer, Deputy. Office, 
Clunie Building. 
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— : W. W. Seaman, 

Chief Deputy. 

MENDOCINO Insane Asylum. Uklah City— Trustees: 

J. H. Seawell, President. Ukiah; J. C. Ruddock, 

M. Gardner, J. Q. White and A W. Foster. 

Medical Superintendentr-E. W. King, M.D., Uklah. 

Mineralogist- A. S. Cooper, 24 Fourth street, San 

Francisco. 
Mining Bureau- (See Scientific and Literary So- 
cieties.) 
Napa Insane Asylum, Napa City— Trustees: H. H. 
Harris, A. W. Barrett, Raleigh Barcar. R. P. 
Lamdln and E. E. Washburn. 
Normal School at Chico, Butte County— Robert F. 

Pennell, Principal. 
Normal School at Los Angeles— Edward T. 

Pierce, Principal. 
Normal School at San Jose- A. H. Randall, Prin- 
cipal. 
Notaries Public— (See Business Directory.) 
Pharmacy, Board of— Samuel Oberdeener, E. A. 
Baer, Charles A. Selfert. Howard M. Sale, W, 
M. Searby, Samuel L. Waller, A. G. .^rena. 
Pilot Commissioners, Eureka, Humboldt Bay- 
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Pilot Commissioners. San Francisco, Mare Island 
and Benlcia — OlHce, 50*j Batter.v street. Richard 
S. Alexander, 'William G. Leale and Charles H. 
S. Pratt. 

Pilots— Office— 506 Battery— Frank Boyd, Thomas 
H. Barber, Stephen Castle. J. S. Dolllver, M. 
C. Ersklne, E. M. Freeman. George Scott, 
Frederic E. Mathleson, F. W. .Jordan, N. B. 
Jordan, George D. Korts, J. E. McCulloch, 
Frank Murphy, Louis Meyer, James Miller. 
John W. Ott. Charles \v. Reed. Alexander 
Swanson. Daniel Haskell, George E. Wallace. 

Poet Waedex, San Diego— C. H. Davis. 

Poet Wakdexs. San Francisco— Office, Clay Street 
"Wliarf. Samuel Braunhart. P. L. Henderson, 
H. R. Atwood and Nelson Provost. 

Prestos School of Ixdcstrt, lone. Amador 
County— Trustees: E. M. Preston, President, 
Nevada City; L. M. Maddux, Modesto: Fred- 
erick D. TerriU, Sacramento, B. T. K. Preston, 
Secretary. D. S. Hlrshberg, Superintendent, 
lone. 

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

Registrar of Voters- 'William J. BIggy, City Hall. 

Sas Bersardiko Issake AsTLrM- H. L. Drew, 
San Bernardino; H, W. Patton. Los Angeles; 
J. A. Gibson, San Diego; John McGonlgle, Ven- 
tura; James C. Kays, Los Angeles. 

Special Commission to Examine and Test 
Voting Machines— Charles B. Morgan. Ala- 
meda; J. V. Webster, San Luis Obispo; W, M. 
Hlnton, San Francisco. 

State Prison Dibectors- K. M. Fitzgerald, James 
H. Wllklns. Don Ray, Daniel E. Hayes and 
Robert T. Devlin. 

Warden. San Quentin Prison— W. E. Hale. 

Warden, Folsom Prison— Charles Aull. 

Stockton Insane Astlvm, Stockton— Trustees; 
John N. Woods, J. D. McDougald. John T. 
Dovle, A. McDonald and Joseph Steffens. Asa 
Cla'rk. M. D., Superintendent; J. H. Hough, 
Secretary. 

Sctter'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. 

Unitersitt of California— Regents: Charles 
W. Slack, J. B. Relnsteln. .John E. Budd, 
T. G. Phelps, J. W. Martin. James D. Phelan, 
Henry S. Foote. W. T. Wallace. I. W. Hellman. 
Mrs. Phcebe Hearst. J. F. Houghton. A. 
Rodgers. A. Miller, A. S. Hallldie, J. A. Way- 
mire, C. Rowell. 

Veterinary Medical Board — Thomas Maclay, 
President. Petaluma; W. B. Rowlan(L Pasa- 
dena; R.F.Whittlesey.Los Angeles; and H. F. 
Spencer. San Jose. R. A. Archibald, Secretary, 
Sacramento. 

Whiitier Home for Jr-vENiLE Offenders— 
Tr-astees: H. W. Patton. William R. Rowland 
and Mrs. Adina Mitchell. T. B. Van Aiscyne, 
Superintendent. 

YoSEMITE AND MaBIPOSA BtG TREE GUARDIANS- 

James H. Budd, ex officio President, Sacra- 
mento : Abbott Kinney, Vice-President; 
Charles S. Givens, E. P. Johnson, H. J. Ostran- 
der. Miles Wallace, W. W. Foote, Charles G. 
Clinch, Max Goldberg. J. J. Lermen, Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, Ciaus Sprecfcels Bldg,, San 
Francisco; Miles Wallace. Guardian. 

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Armitage Orphanage of Sax Francisco. 

Established Id ISSti for the care and training 
of orphan, half-orphan, destitute and abandoned 
boys. Location of the orphanage, San Mateo. Office 
of the Society, 530 California street, room 33, San 
Francisco. Officers -Rt. Rev. W. F. Nichols, San 
Mateo, President; Mrs. Francis C. Brewer, Vice-Pres- 
ident, San Mateo; L Wadham. Secretary and Treas- 
urer, 530 California street: B. F. Le Warne. Superin- 
tendent, San Mateo. Branch located at northwest 
corner Folsom and Second streets, where boys who 
are working are given a home. 

BoTs' AND GiELS' AiD SOCIETY. Locatiou— Cor- 
ner Baker and Grove streets. Incorporated Septem- 
ber 15. 1874. Receives, by legal commitment or other- 
wise, "juvenile offenders" who are In danger of 
being Imprisoned (see Section 1383. Penal Code), and 
provides for such until suitable homes or employ- 
ment and oversight are found for Ihem, 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 tralniag. 
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. Blgelow, Vice-President; 
J. W. Ellsworth, Superintendent; Charles R. Allen, 
Secretary; D. C. Bates, Treasurer. A. A. Watklns. L. 
H. Bonestell, Charles E. Green, Charles A. Murdock. 
Louis F. Monteagle. 

Califobxia Eye axi> Ear Hospital. Location— 
1007 Sutter street. 

California Gikls' Training Home. (Incorpor- 
ated.) Location— 147 Xatoma street. Object — To 
provide a home for girls from 10 to 18 years old, from 
any part of the State, and to train them to become 
competent housekeepers. Board of Directors for 
1.99S— President, Mrs. L. M. Howard, 1383 Franklin 
street, Oakland; First Vice-President, Mrs. W. J. 
Gunn, "The Colonial," San Francisco; Second Vlc^- 
Presldent, Mrs. I. F. Littlefleld, 615 Mason street; 
Recording Secretary, Mrs. F. M. Gllley, 830 Church 
street: Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Rose M. 
French, 922 Van Ness avenue; Treasurer, Mrs. J. C. 
Mason. 1433 Jackson street. 

California Woman's Hospital. Organized 1868; 
Incorporated 1873. Location— 3118 Sacramento street, 
between Baker 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 
exclusLve care of some member of the medical staff 
are required to make all preliminary arrangements 
In regard to fees, etc., with the same prior to treat- 
ment. X. 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 $10 per week and upwards, 
according to accommodations. Officers— F. W. Vo- 
wjnckel, M. D., Surgeon in charge: Ernest Barry, M. 
D., Resident Surgeon; O. H. Folkers, M. D., H. A. 
"W. Ohrwall, Internes; John Bermlngham. President; 
Abraham Halsey, Secretary and Treasurer. Board 
of Trustees — G. "W. Prescott. C. A. Laton, H. Dutard, 
■SV, F. Goad. T. B. Bishop. M. A. Rothchlld, Isidore 
Burns and J. M. McDonald. Board of Lady Mana- 
gers-Mrs. J. Otis, Jr., Mrs. C. B. Alexander. Mrs. J. 
H. Hatch. Mrs. Charles E. Bancroft, Mrs. A. X. 
Towne. Mrs. L. L. Baker. Mrs. J. T. Hoyt.Mlss K. R, 
Stone, Mrs. Samuel D. Mayer, Mrs. H. E. Wise, Mrs. 
F. P. McLennan, Mrs. E. B. Stone, Mrs. E. R. 
Dimond. Mrs. G. E. Butler. Mrs. A. Chesebrough, 
Mrs. D. H. Whlttemore. Mrs. H. C. Campbell. Mrs. 
I. Hecht, Mrs. I. W. Hellman. and Mrs. F. Dunwoody. 
T. B. Bishop. Consulting Attorney; Margaret T. 
Thompson. Superintendent of Nurses. Mrs. M. J. 
Warren. Matron. 

Children's Home Finding Society of Califor- 
nia. The (incorporated). A voluntary, unsectarlan 
charity, seeking out orphaned, homeless, friendless 
and destitute children and placing them by adoption 
or otherwise In well-approved families. The society 
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Kortbern and Central California and Nevada, com- 
posed of representative citizens, who aeslst In carry- 
ing on the work In their respective communities. 
The society maintains no InBtltutlon, believing that 
there Is no efficient substitute for the family in the 
education of the race; it maintains only temporary 
homes to hold the children while awaiting transpor- 
tation or replacement. The society'B Income is from 
benefactor (SIOO). patron («50) and life (825) mem- 
berehips and voluntary contributions, large and 
small. Headquarters, Columbian Building. 916 
Market street. Rev. H. W. Brayton, A. M.. State 
Superintendent. San Jose. 

CiTT AND County Almshouse. Location— Mission 
Ocean road, near Laguna Honda. (See City and 
County Government.) • 

CiTT AND County Hospital. Location— Potrero 
avenue, near Twenty-second street. (For offlcers, 
see City and County Government.) 

Florenck Crittknton Home Association for 
Ebbing Women and Children. Officers— Charles N 
Crittenton. President: E. A. Girvln, Vice-President; 
Mrs. S. C. Russell, Matron; F. F. Boslwick, Secre- 
tary; L. M. Lane. Treasurer; Lucia M. Lane, Mana- 
ger, 1214 Hyde street. 

Fred Finch Obphanage. Post office. Diamond, 
Alameda county. Incorporated September 28, 1891. 
Directors— John Klrby, D. D., Joseph F. Forderer, C- 
B. Perkins. Office, Claus Spreckels BIdg., San Fran- 
cisco— R. Bentley, D. D., President. Berkeley; H. B. 
Heacock, D. D.. Vice-President. Santa Clara; E. R, 
Dllle, D. D., Secretary. Oakland; I. J. Truman, 
Treasurer, San Francisco. 

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 Lobes, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. 
H. Fabregue, Secretary, 



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German Hos 
bounded by Noe. Casti 
streets. Isbulltafter the 

ern hospital architecture, and has accommodations 
lor more than 3(Kt 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 $6 per day, according to accommodations. 
Medical staff- Visiting Physicians, F. Fehlelsen, M. 
D., H.Kreutzmann. M. D., G.Dresel, M. D.; R. Baum, 
M. D.; Consulting Physicians, O. F. Jelllnek. M, D., 
Beverly MacMonagle, M. D., and Dr. Th. Rethers, 
Wm. A. Martin, M. D., D. W. Montgomery, M. D.. L. 
Kewmark, M. D.. M. Regensburger. M. D., Paolo De 
Vecchl. M. D., A. "Wllhelm, M. D.; Resident Physi- 
cian. Chas. H. Roese, M. D.; Assistant Physicians, 
Leo Luis Metnlnger, M. D.. Orra C. Hyde. M. D., J. 
Fr. Pohelm, M. D. Superintendent, Fr. H. Rosen- 
baum. 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disj^ 
507 Lombard stre 
Mrs. M. Kaskell, Secretary 
tendent; Mrs A. Scott, Matron. Dr. E. M. Weiss, 
Home Physician. 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females. Estab- 
lished February, 1871; Incorporated January. 1894. 
Location— Rlncon place, adjoining St. Mary's Hos- 
pital. The society contemplates erecting a perma- 
nent building In Frultvale, Alameda county. This 
institution, called "Our Lady's Home" Is conducted 
by the Sisters of Mercy. Number of Inmates, 130, 
of whom about 60 are utterly destitute, and the with- 
drawal of the State aid In January, 1895, has left them 
entirely dependent on charity. 

Hospital fob Children and Training School 
FOE Nurses. Location— 3700 California street, corner 
of Maple, and Is reached by the Geary. Powell, 
Sutter and California street cable cars to Central 
avenue, and also Sacramento street cars. The 
dispensary Is located at 1109 Mission street. Gen- 
eral clinics are held dally from 9 to 10 a. m., 
and from 3 to 4 p. m., and from 7 to 8 p. m. Tues- 
day and Friday afternoons diseases of the eye, 
ear, throat and nose are treated. Officers— Mrs. W. 
B. Harrington, President; Mrs. Wm. Hardy, 1st Vice- 
President; Mrs. J. F. Merrill, 2d Vice-President; 
Mrs. L. L. Dunbar. Recording Secretary; Mrs. W. 
P. Shaw, Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. F. H. Green, 
Treasurer. Board of Trustees- H. L. Dodge. John F. 
Merrill, W. F. Whlttler, John Taylor, W. J. Dutton. 
Attending Physicians— Lucy M. F. Wanzer, M. D.. 



Emma Sutro Merritt, M. D., Beverly MacMonagle, 
M. D., Charles von'Hoffmann, M. D., Wm. B. Lewltt. 
M. D., W. W. Kerr, M. D., Adelaide Brown, M. D.: 
Oculist and Aurlst. Wm. E. Hopkins. M. D.; Ortho- 
pedic Surgeon, Harry M. Sherman, M. D.; Resident 
Physician, Emma K. Wllllts, M. D.; Superintendent 
of Nurses, p7-o tern Miss Ethel Sherman; Matron, 
Mrs. A. E. Klndelberger. 

King's Daughters' Home for Incurables. 
Organized 1890; established 1S91. Location- 317 Fran- 
cisco street. A home for patients pronounced Incur- 
able. Mrs. J. G. Clark, President; Mrs. M. Moss, 
Vice-President; Mrs. Richard Brown, Recording 
Secretary and Superintendent; Mrs. E. M. Cofer, 
Financial Secretary: Mrs. J. B. Low, Treasurer; 
Advisory Committee— Joseph Knowland, Dr. Wallace 
I. Terry, George D. Squires. 

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 $2.50 per day In 
the wards to $3.00 or $4.00 per day In rooms of one. 
two or three beds, and from $5.00 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; Dr. C. N. 
Elllnwood, Secretary and Treasurer, Dr. Emmet 
Rlxford, Dr. Stanley Stillman, Dr. Wm. F. Cheney. 

Little Sistebs' Infant Shelter. Incorporated 
March 10, 1874. Location— 512 MInua street. This 
society was organized for the purpose of taking care 
of the young children of working women during the 
day. week or mouth, thus enabling mothers to go 
out to work. The rooms of the Shelter are pleasant 
and spacious, fitted 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 for kindergarten children and 
ten cents per day for nursery children. Officers- 
President, Mrs. M. S. Cooper; Vice-President, Mrs. 
T. G. Taylor; Treasurer, Mrs. W. D. Fennlmore; 
Recording Secretary, Mrs. G. F. Richardson; Cor- 
responding Secretary, Mrs. J. M. Pierce; Kindergar- 
ten Teacher, Miss Josephine H. Kentley; Matron, 
Mrs. J. Cunningham; Attending Physician. Dr. Mary 
Sperry; Directors— Mrs. M. S. Cooper. Mrs. J. A. 
Sampson, Mrs. R. Jennings. Mrs. W. D. Fennlmore, 
Mrs. H. N. Tllden, Mrs. J. A. Suydam, Mrs. T. G. 
Taylor. Mrs. J. M, Pierce, Mrs. J. A. Margo and 
Mrs. D. F. Leary. 

Maclean Hospital and Sanitarium. Location 
—230 Douglass street, corner Casein avenue. H. T. 
Webster, M. D., Superintendent and Resident Phy- 
sician. Thoroughly equipped with every modern 
convenience. Finest building and grounds In the 
city. Board, room and general nursing from $10 to 
$35" per week. The privilege Is extended to all 
physicians to bring their patients to this Institution 
for treatment under their own direction. 

Magdalen Astlum. 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. 

Maria Kip Orphanage. Incorporated May, 1889. 
Location, N.E. corner of Seventh Ave. and Lake 
street. Object — To take under Its care and charge 
orphans, half-orphans, destitute and friendless girls 
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 pur- 
poses of the corporation. Well situated for Its 
bnevolent purposes In a substantial, handsome and 
commodious building of brick and stone, erected 
upon spacious grounds belonging to the corporation. 
This Institution, which Is under the auspices of the 
Episcopal Church, has under Its care 135 girls. Is 
governed by a board of lady managers, and bears In 
every respect a most excellent name and reputation. 
Officers. Miss Carrie Gwin, President; Mrs. W. S. 
Wood. Vice-President; Mrs. Thomas P. Woodward. 
Secretary; Miss Mary Heath, Corresponding Secre- 
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Sister In charge. TruBtee§— Wm. F. Nichols. D. D.. 
President; Thomas P. Woodward, Vice-President: E. 
H. Rlxford, Secretary; Wm. H. Crocker, Treasurer; 
Elliott McAllister. 

Martin Luthek Orphan AsYLrM. Society Offi- 
cers— J. Schwerdt, President; M- Hlcken, Vice- 
President; F. Boese, Treasurer; E. Meese. Secre- 
tary. Home, No. 18 Capp street; Matron, Mrs. S. 
Craemer. 

Matkr MiSKBicoRDi^. Location— 23 Rlncon 
place. This house of protection and refuge for 
young women of good reputation is under the charge 
of the Sisters of Mercy. 

Mt. St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Asylum. 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 win accommodate about 400 chil- 
dren. 

Mount Zion Hospital Association of San 
Francisco. Incorporated November 7, 1887. Loca- 
tion—Southeast corner Sutter and Hyde streets. 
Otflcers— Joseph Brandenstein, President; M. S. Eis- 
ner, Vice-President; W. H. Brenner, Treasurer; N. 
Schlesslnger, Honorary Secretary. Secretary's office, 
304 Montgomery street. 

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 
Homej and, furthermore, to Increase, as far as prac- 
ticable, the membership, funds and Income for 
charitable and bcneflclal purposes. Location— Cor- 
ner Pierce and Pine Htreets. Officers— Board of Lady 
Managers: President. Mrs. B. E. Frlele; First Vice- 
President, Mrs. Isaac Hecht; Second Vice-President, 
Mrs. J. L. Martel; Third Vice-President, Mrs. F. G. 
Norman; Treasurer. Mrs. W. J. Somers; Secretary, 
Mrs. Edward C. Wright; Superintendent and Chap- 
lain, Rev. Charles McKelvey; Matron. Mrs. Charles 
McKelvey, Physician, M. E. Rumwell. Business 
meetings of the Board of Lady Managers are held 
on the flrst Wednesday of each month at 10:30 a. m. 
Board of Trustees: William H. Crocker, President; 
Charles F. Hanlon, First Vice-President and Attor- 
ney; C. V.S. Gibbs, Second Vice-President; Crocker- 
Woolworth National Bank. Treasurer; Mrs. Edward 
C. Wright, Secretary ; Joseph Knowland, A. W. 
Scott, S. B. Peterson, W. E. Brown. E. B. Mastick, 
David Hewcs, Henry T. Scott, C. E. Greene. Rev. 
Charles McKelvey, Superintendent and Chaplain; 
Mrs. Charles McKelvey, Matron; M. E. Rumwell, 
M. D., Physician; Louis C. Deane, M. D., Oculist and 
Aurlst. Chas. F. Hanlon, Attorney. 

Orphan Asylum (Roman Catholic). Organized 
August 18, 1852. The flrst Institution of the kind in 
thehlBtory of California. Location— Bay View, South 
San Francisco, where. In 1872, a commodious build- 
ing was erected in the midst of a tract of gi-ound 
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 600 children, and 
always well managed, the Institution 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 Aedg and Infirm Fe- 
males. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. Estab' 
llshed February, 1871. Incorporated January, 1894. 
Number of Inmates, 130. A permanent building is ire- 
ing erected InFrultvale, Alameda County. Presen' 
location, Rlncon place, adjoining St. Mary's Hospital 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home 
Society. Incorporated July TS, 1871. Location of 
Asylom— 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. Oflicers— S. W. Levy, President; 
H. L. Simon, Vice-President; Lewis Gerstle, Treas- 
urer; Leo Eloesser, Secretary; David Michael, 
Collector; Henry Mauser, Superintendent; Mrs. 
Henry Mauser, Matron. The Home for Aged Israel- 
ites (a branch of the Society) Is located at the corner 
of Silver avenue and Mission street. Mrs. Johanna 
Levy, Matron. Secretary's office. 105 Stockton street, 
room 21-24. 



Pacific Hospital. Incorporated February 25, 
1899. Location — Northeast corner Stockton and 
Chestnut streets. A. Hess, M. D.. President and 
Surgeon In Charge; E. A. Woods, D. D., Vice-Presi- 
dent; I. J. Truman, Treasurer; Rev. F. S. Ford, 
Secretary. Owned and operated by the Christian 
Hospital Association. 

PROTBSTANT EPISCOPAL OLD LADIES' HOME. THK. 

Organized January, 1869; Incorporated January 25, 
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, 
85; life member^lp, tlOO; admission as a permanent 
Inmate. S500. Board of Managers— Mrs. R. B. San- 
chez, President: Mrs. C. E. Gibbs, Vice-President; 
Mrs. S. L. Foster, Treasurer; Mrs. Sanford, Secretary. 

Quarantine Hospital. Location— Angel Island; 
M. J. Rosenau and Rupert Blue Surgeons. 

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 Tojettl, 
Secretary; Mrs. R. R. Haskell, Treasurer; L. E. 
McDowell. Superintendent. 

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 he 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, may be 
sent to the Treasurer, 1300 Taylor street. Officers- 
Mrs. George Barstow, President, residence 927 Pine 
street: Miss Alice Brown, Recording Secretary, resi- 
dence 1019 Bush street; Mrs. P. B. Cornwall, S. E. 
cor. Buchanan and Page streets. Corresponding 
Secretary; Miss A. W. Beaver, Treasurer; Miss 
Mary McGladery, Matron. 

San Francisco Methodist Orphanage. Loca- 
tion— 2864 Twenty-fifth street, incorporated Dec- 
ember 2, 1897. Directors- R. Bentley, D. D., Presi- 
dent, Berkeley; H. B. Heacock, D. D., Vice-Presi- 
dent, Santa Clara; E. R. Dllle. D. D.. Secretary. 
Oakland; I.J. Truman, Treasurer. San Francisco; 
John Klrby, D. D.. Joseph F. Forderer. C. B. 
Perkins. 

San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Chil- 
DREN—Incorporated. Mrs. William Frank, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. S.B. McLenigan, Treasurer; Mrs. William 
Jackson, Secretary. A home for little ones under 
twelve years. Location, 1534 Mission street. 

San Franci sco Prote bta nt Orphan A8YLu,m 
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 of ladles; 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. William 
Ashburner, First Vice-President; Mrs. C. O. Ger- 
berding. Second Vice-President; Mrs. KIrkhHm 
Wright, Treasurer; Mrs. Frederick MacCrelllsh. 
Secretary; Mrs. Albert T. Spotts, Assistant Secre- 
tary; John Nightingale, M. D., Physician. Trustees 
—Samuel C. Bigelow, William B. Hooper, Charles R. 
Bishop. Albert Miller, William Babcock. 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan Asylum. 
Location— Buena VIstaand Central avenues. Organ- 
ized DtJitember 25, 1887 : Incorporated January 29, 1H94. 
Object— The care, maintenance and education of or- 
phans, half-orphsns and abandoned children of all 
denominations and nationalities. Children also re- 
ceived as boarders at a very reasonable rate- 
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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 controlled by representatives of the 
Episcopal Church: but no distinction Is made between 
the various nationalities, creeds or opinions. Its 
doors being open to all. Nurses are graduated and 
elven diplomas The hospital Is easily accessible, 
and yet Is secluded from noise and confusion, and 
is surrounded by ample and well-kept grounds. 
Dlrectors-C. V. S. Glbbs. Rev. W. F. Nichols D^ D.. 
J. V. D. Mlddleton. M. D.. G. H. Powers. M. D.. F. 
W Van Reynegom. William Doxey, William Babcock, 
C. V. S. Glbbs. President; William Doxey, Secretary; 
Klrkham Wright. Treasurer: Edwin C. Van Dyke, 
Resident Physician. 

St. Mart's Hospital. Location— Corner Bryant 
and First streets. This excellent and commodious 
hospital, with all modern Improvements and accom- 
modations. Is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, but 
ts not exclusive. Patients are admitted without 
uuestlon as to their religion. The medical and sur- 
gical staff Is a complete one, the nurses trained and 
the 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. 
Old ladles received as boarders at a reasonable rate. 
It Is in charge of the Sisters of St. Francis. 

Twentt-sixth Street Hospital. tSee City 
and County Government.) 

University Mofsd Old Ladies' Home. Loca- 
tion— Dnlverslty street, between Fulton and Way- 
land, on University Mound tract. Attorney lor 
Home, G. W. Halght, 220 Sansomc street. 

Veterans' Home Associatioit. Headquarters 
320 Sansome street. room 13. Objects— The f oundlngof 
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, Inflrmtty, or wounds received In ser- 
vice, are Incapable of self-support; and for that pur- 
pose to receive contributions, and to take and hold 
real 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, Yountvllle). Col. George 
W. Walts. Commandant: Thos. .\. Keables, M. D.. 
Surgeon In Charge; W. F. McAllister, M. D., Assist- 
ant Surgeon. Directors- S. J. Loop, President; S. 
W. Backus, Vice-President: J. C. Currier, Treasurer: 
Hugh M. Burke. Chas. H. Bllnn, Sol. Cahen, W. 
L Duncan, J. H. Garrett, A. McMahon, M. D., W. J. 
Ruddkk. P. S. Eastman; .J. J. Scovllle, Secretary. 

TouTHs' Directory. Office— 2030 Howard street 
This Institution, established November 1. 18T4. 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 K. Kelly. Matthew 
I. Sullivan. Dr. J. F. Gibbon, T. P. Rlordan, Thomas 
R. Bannerman, Rev. D. O. Crowle.v, Dr. Jos. Oliver. 
Officers— Most Rev. P. W. Rlordan, President; James 
R.Kelly, Treasurer; Rev. D. O. Crowley. Secretary: 
Dr. Thomas L. Mahone.v. Physician: Matthew I. 
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LABOR AND TRADES UNIONS. 



Labor Council of Fede 
every Friday evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Amalgamated Carpenters' Union. Meets t 
other Thursday evening at the Temple. Turk si 

Amalgamated Society of Carpenters 
Joiners. Meets the second and fourth Thur; 
of each month at 317 Mason street. 



Amalgamated Society of Engine 
the first Saturday of each mouth at Drew 

American Protective Associa.tion 
Carriers. 
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9'27 Mission street. 



American Railway Union. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at ll.i9 Mission street. 

Bakers' Union No. 51. Meets every Saturday 
evening at S19 Howard street. 

Bar and Caterers' Union. Meets the first and 

third Thursdays of each month at 317 Stockton street. 

Barbers' Association of the Pacific Coast. 

Meets first Monday of each month at 115 Turk street. 

S. Fuchs, Secretary. 

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 
352 Howard street. 

Brewery Workmens' Union. Meets every Sat- 
urday evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Beick-Handlees' Protective and Benevolexi 
Union of Californi 
Saturdays 
street. 

Bricklayers' Union. Meets the first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at B. B. Hall. 

Carpenters' Union No. '?3. Meets every Friday 
evening at 1133 Mission street. 

Carpenters' Union No. 3W. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Carpenters' Union No. «3. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at 915^ Market street. 

CiGARMAKEBS' Union. Meets the first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 368 Jessie street. 

Cigae-Packers' Union. Meets the first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 539 California street. 

Confectioners' Union. Meets the first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at U5 Turk street 
Contracting Plasterers' Association The. JO 
New Montgomery street. 

Coopers' Union. Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days of each month at 1159 Mission street. 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of San PRan- 
cisco. Meets every second and last Saturday In the 
month at B. B. Hall, m Eddy street. 

Electrical Workers' Union. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Building. 
Furniture Workers' Union. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. 

GERM.VN Bakers' Union No. 21. Meets the sec- 
ond and fourth Tuesday afternoons of each month at 
the Temple, Turk street. 

Glassblowers' Union No. 3. Meets the second 
and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 9'27 Mission 

Granite Gutters' Union. Meets the second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at 1159 
Mission street. 

Haenessmakers' Union. Meets the first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 1159 Mission street. 

Horseshoees' Union. Meets every first and third 
Tuesday evening at 1159 Mission street. 

Independent Lonsshokemen's Union. 
the second and fourth Thursdays 
Drew's Hall. 

Ieonmolders' Union. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 1159 Mission street. 

Journeymen Butcher.s' Union. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 909W Market street. 

Journeymen Plumbers' and Gas and Steam 
Fitters' Association (Local No. 69). 
and third Wednesdays 
Building. 

Journeymen Shipwrights' L'nion. Meets the 
fourth Thursday of each month at 937 Mission street. 

Laborers' and Hodcarrlers' Union. Meets the 



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Lumber Suevetoks' 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. 

Metal Roofers' Union. Meets the first and 
third Wednesdays of the month at 927 Mission street. 
Musicians' Union. Meets second Thursday 
afternoon of each month at 39 Fourth street. 

Painters' Progressive Union No. 1 of Cali- 
fornia. Meets Monday evening of each month at 
915J^ Market street. 

Paperhangers' Union. Meets every Monday 
evening at 915^ Market street. 

Patternmakers' Union. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Building. 

Plasterers' Union. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 35 Eddy street. 

Plumbers' Union. Meets first and third Wednes- 
days of each month at Alcazar Building. 

Printing Pressmens' Union. San Francisco. 
Organized March 14. 1886. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Building. 
The object of the Union is to maintain a standard rate 
of wages, pay sick and death benefits, and to encour- 
age sociability among its members. Offlcers— Presi- 
dent, S. P. Kane. Vice-President, D. Doggett; Re- 
cording Secretary, W. S. Eveleth; Financial Secre- 
tary.F. E. Calcr; Treasurer, E. A. Brelling. E.\ecutlve 
Committee— .J. Vandenboss, Chairman; Thomas Bell, 
J. F. Hosklns, C. H. Bates and G. B. Borud. 

Rattan Workers' Union. Meets first Wednes- 
day of each month at Drew's Hall. 

Riggers' and Stevedores' Union. Meets 
every Monday evening at 808 Montgomery street. 

Railroad Brakemen's Union. Meets second 
and fourth Saturdays of each month at 35 Eddy 
street. 

Railroad Conductors' Union. Meets first and 
third Saturdays of each month at 35 Eddy street. 

Railroad Telegraphers' Union. Meets first 
Sunday of each month at 3S Eddy street. 

Sailmakees' Union. Meets first Thursday of 
each month at 35 Eddy street. 

Sailors' Union. Meets every Monday evening 
at East and Mission streets. 

S. F. Newspaper Carriers' Union. Meets 
second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 102 
O'Farrell street. 

S. F. Typographical Union No. 21. Ofllce, 320 
Sansome street, room 8. Meets the last Sunday of 
each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Scavengers' Protective Union. Meets at 423 
Broadway. 

Ship and Steamboat Joiners' Union. Meets 
every Friday evening at 71 New Montgomery street. 
Ship Caulkers' Association. Meets third Tues- 
day of each month at Drew's Hall. 

Shipjoinees' Union. Meets third Wednesday of 
each month at Drew's Hall. 

Shipwrights' Union. Meets fourth Thursday of 
each month at 937 Mission street. 

Stevedores' Benevolent Union. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Drew's Hall. 

Stevedores' Union. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays of each month at Drew's Hall. 

Stevedores' Engineers' Protectivb Associa- 
tion. Meets the first and third Friday of each 
month at St. George's Hall. 

Stonecutters' Union. Meets the second and 

fourth Monda^-8 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 Curriers' 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., 
at Alcazar Building. 



Ttpographia Union No. 2^2. Meets the last 
Sunday of each month, at 2 p. M., at 539 California 
street. 

United Brotherhood of Labor. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Irish-American Hall. 

Upholsterers' Union. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Music Hall, 927 Mission street. 

Wharfbuilders' Union. Meets the third Satur- 
day of each month at Drew's Hall. 



LIBRARIES. 

California Historical Society. Incorporated 
April 19, 1852, 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. 
Rooms, 808 Montgomery street. A. S. Hubbard, Sec- 
retary and Librarian. 

Free Public Library. The. Situated in the 
northeast wing of the New City Hall; entrance, 
Hyde and McAllister streets. Branches— No. 1, '2664 
Mission street; No. 2, 1152 Kentucky street; No. 3, 
1505 Powell street; No. 4, 2.54 Fourth avenue; 
No. 5, 716 Harrison street. The Library contains 
100,000 volumes. 10,000 of which are set apart for the 
reference room. It Is open daily from 9 a. m. to 9 
p. M. The newspaper department, on the Park 
avenue side of the building, has on file some 350 rep- 
resentative newspapers from all parts of the State 
and United States. (For offlcers see City and County 
Government.) 

Knights of Pythias' Library Association. 
Meets the second Saturday of each month at 909 Mar- 
ket street. The Library contains over 5.000 volumes 
in the various departments of literature. W. H. Bod- 
fish, President; Dr. A. S. Tuohler, Vice-President; 
Isaac Stelndler, Treasurer; D. Allison, Secretary and 
Librarian. 

Library of Ligue Nationals Francaise. (See 
Ligue Natlonale Fran(;aise.) 

Library of Mechanics' Institute. (See 
Mechanics' Institute.) 

Mariners' Free Reading Boom. Northeast cor- 
ner Sacramento and Drumm streets. In connection 
with the Mariners' Church. Is sustained by volun- 
tary contributions. Most of the reading matter la 
contributed for the benefit of the rooms. Many 
thousands of seamen and others visit the rooms dur- 
ing the year. Open daily from 9 a. m. to 9;30 p. M. 
Henry F. Eden, Superintendent. 

Mercantile Library Association. Library con- 
tains 73.539 volumes. Ofllcers— George A. Newhall, 
President; F. P. Deerlng, Vice-President; T. R. Ban- 
nerman. Treasurer; Charles J. King. Recording 
Secretary; William Doxey, Corresponding Secretary; 
Ina D. Coolbrith, Librarian; L.B. Wetherbee, Assist- 
ant Librarian. Trustees- Thomas Magee, Latham 
McMuUen, A. M. Robertson. Sarah D. Hamlin, T. 
Norwood, A. E. Kellogg, Dudley C. Bates, James 
LInforth, Agnes M. Manning. Location — Corner 
Golden Gate and Van Nesf avenues. 

San Francisco Law Library Association. 
Organized in 1865. Rooms, New City Hall. Contains 
37,000 volumes. John T. Doyle, President ; J. H. 
Deerlng. Librarian. 

LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, ETC. 

American Educational Union, The.— President, 
B.Calzia; Secretary, Henry Woods; Treasurer, R.E. 
Kenna. Ofllce, 214 Hayes street. 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 819 
Market street. F. R. Ziel, Secretary and Treasurer, 
301 California street. 

Bar .\6sociation of San Francisco. Organized 
April ■». 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 JusUce, to cul- 
tivate social intercourse among Its members, and to 
procure and maintain a library tor their use. Rooms, 
530 California street. Offlcers— W. H. Flfield, Pres- 
ident; A. C. Freeman. Senior Vice-President; A. 
Comte Jr., Junior Vice-President; William J. Herrin, 
Recording Secretary; Curtis H.LIndley, Correspond- 



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California Academy of Sciences. Organized 
April 4. 1853. Location— Academy of Sciences Build- 
ing, 819 Market street. Offlcers— William E. KItter. 
President; Charles H. Gilbert, First Vice-Presi- 
dent; H. H. Behr. Second Vice-President; J. O'B. 
Gunn, Corresponding Secretary; GuUan P. Rlxford, 
Recording Secretary; L. H. Foote, Treasurer; Louis 
Falkenau, Librarian; Charles A. Keeler, Director 
of Museum. Trustees— William H. Crocker, James 

F. Houghton. C. E. Grunsky. E. J. Molera. George C. 
Perkins, William M. Plerson, George W. Dickie. 
The regular meetings lii the Academy are held on the 
first 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. 

Califobnia Genealogical Society. The pur- 
poses of this organization are. to collect, preserve 
and disseminate information on Genealogy and to 
assist Its members In tracing their ancestry. Meet- 
ings are held quarterly on the first Saturday In Jan- 
uary, April. July and October of each year. Officers 
— E. S. Clark, M. D., President, San Francisco; Col. 
A. S. Hubbard. Vice-President, San Fr/mclsco; Ed- 
gar Hobart. Vice-President; Sarah Louise Kimball. 
Corresponding Secretary, 10th floor, room 2«. Mills 
Building. San Francisco; T. A. Perkins. M. A.. Re- 
cording Secretary, 10th floor, room 5. Mills Building, 
San Francisco; T. W. Hubbard, Treasurer. San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield, Librarian, San 
Francisco. 

California Historical Society. (See Libra- 
ries.) 

California Institute of Public Accountants 
Incorporated May 7, 1895. 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 Intercouree 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. L. Fields, President; T. E. Atkinson, 
Secretary, 419 California street, room 2. 

California Pharmaceutical Society. Incor- 
porated December 10, 1871. Location— College of 
Pharmacy Building, Affiliated Colleges. Objects— 
The practical Interests of the pharmacists, the ele- 
vation of their professional standing, and their 
organization as a body for such purposes. Officers— 

G. E. Bacon, President: E. L. Baldwin. Vice-Pres- 
ident; George J. Harvey. Secretary; C. A. Bayly. 
Treasurer; W. T. Wenzell, Curator and Librarian; 
W. M. Searhy. Editor. 

California State Dental Association. Dr. 
Fred N. Metcalf. Sacramento, Cal.. President; W. Z. 
King, Recording Secretary. Flood Building; Dr. F. L. 
Piatt. Flood Building, Corresponding Secretary. 
Next meeting will be held June 6. 1899. at San Fran- 
cisco. 



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— 
M. B. Campbell, M. D.. President. Patton: James W. 
Ward. M. D., First Vice-President. San Francisco; 
Catherine V. C. Scott. M. D.. Second Vice-President, 
San Francisco; Eleanor F. Martin. M. D.. Secretary, 
Palace Hotel, San Francisco; C. L. Tlsdale, M. D"., 
Treasurer, Alameda. 

California State Mining Bureau. Location- 
Union Depot and Ferrv Building. Organized under 
Act of Legislature approved April 16. 1880. The 
museum contains many rare and Interesting min- 
erals and curios. The library connected with the 
museum is on the same floor. Open dally free to 
tlie 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 Tuesday. Trustees— W. S. Keyes, 
President; Thos. B. Bishop. Vice-President; J. F. 
Parks. Alexander F. Morrison. J. E. DooUttle. A. S. 
Cooper, State MlneralogIst;Henry S.Durden, Curator 
and Secretary of the Board of Trustees; Van W. 
Jacobs. Librarian. 

Chautauqua Assembly. The Chautauqua Liter- 
ary and Scientific Circle of the Pacific Coast held Its 
nineteenth annual session at Pacific Grove and 
elected the following officers: President, Rev. Ell 
McCllsh.D.D.. President of the University of the Pa- 
cific. College Park. Cal.; Superintendent of Instruc- 
tion at the Pacific Grove and Shasta Assemblies. 
Rev. Thomas Fllben. D. D.. Santa Cruz; Secretary, 
Mrs. E. J. Dawson. San Jose. The different assem- 
blies 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 rotation at 
them all. 

Eclectic Medical Society of the State of 
California. Charles Mealand. M. D.. President, 
Sacramento; H.T.Webster. M. D., First Vice-Pres- 
ident, San Francisco: E. R. Couture. M. D., Second 
Vice-President, Auburn ; B. Stetson. M. D.. Secretary, 
Oakland; Charles M. Troppmann. M. D.. Correspond- 
ing Secretary, San Francisco. Meets annually at 
appointed time In May. 

Geographical Society of California. Incor- 
porated December 11, 1891. Location— Academy of 
Sciences building. Object— The accumulation of geo- 
graphical knowledge, and the dissemination of it for 
the benefit of commerce, navigation and society gen- 
erally. San Francisco lieing 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'Evclyn, 
M. B.. C. M.. Edln.. Prc-ikU-nt; EH T. Sbeppard. First 
Vice-President; Fiaiik SIkiv. S.cuiid Vice-President; 
P. MaeEwen, S.'crei!Mvi s. H. strlte. Treasurer. 
Directors— Walter GilTord Smith. N. J. Stone, Hon. 
G.E.Hall,E.P. Vlnjng. Genrge A. Moure, Hon. W.H. 
Pratt, Rounsvllle WUdman. Honorary Council- 
Henry J. Crocker. Rev. D. A. Goodsell, D.D.. S. W. 
Holladay, Rev. John P. Newman, D. D., LL. D.. 
Stephen T. Gage. A. S. Hallldle. H. E. Huntington. 
Col. J. P. Jackson. Col. Geo. H. Morrison. John 
Roseufeld, G. Howard Thompson. John J. Valentine. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. Organ- 
ized March 16, 1881; Incorporated January 5, 1892- 
Location— Merchants' Exchange Building, room 45. 
Objects— To encourage geographical explorations and 
discovery, to Investigate and discuss geographical 
Information by lectures 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 Pa- 
cific. Officers— George Davidson, President; Ralph 
C. Harrison, Irving M. Scott and Charles L. Taylor, 
Vice-Presidents; John Partridge, Secretary; Thomas 
Trenor, Librarian: Harry Durbrow. Treasurer. Di- 
rectors—George Davidson, John Dolbeer, Charles L. 
Taylor, E. J. Bowen, Harry Durbrow, John Partridge 
and Louis L. Nelson. Councilors— Ralph C. Harrison, 
Mark Sheldon, Charles Goodall. George C. Perkins, 
Henry Lund. Gustave NIebaum. E. J. Molera, William 
Hood. James S. Houghton, Irving M. Scott, William 
Alvord. and Henry J. Crocker. 

Golden State Amateur Press Association. 
Organized 1886. Object— To promote amateur writ- 
ing In California. Meets the second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at California Hotel. 
Officers— President. Harry C- Morris; Vice-President, 
Leon M. Voorsanger, 1249 Franklin street; Corre- 
sponding Secretary. R. E. Fancompre; Treasurer, 
Herbert Hauser: Official Editor. Ed. M. LInd. 

International Brotherhood League. Acad- 
emy of Sciences Hall. 819 Market street. Meetings 
Saturday, 8 p. m. President. Dr. J. A. Anderson; 
Secretaay. H. B. Monges. 

International Brotherhood War Relief 
Corps. 819 Market street, room 30. Meetings Sat- 
urday. 2 p. M. President, Mrs. Marian Robinson; 
Secretary, Mrs. Aline G. Day. 

LiGUE Nationale Francaise. Organized Aug- 
ust 4, 1871. Meets third Monday of each month at 
Spring Valley Building, cir. Geary and Stockton 
streets. Objects — To promote friendship, har- 
mony and Intelligence among the French resi- 
dents of California, and enable them to co-operate In 



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enterprises of generaMmportance. Officers— E. Raas, 
President; A. Goustlaux and E. Marque. Vice-Presi- 
dents; A. Legallet, Treasurer; E. Godchaux and J. 
Lambla, Secretaries; F. Laooste. J. M. Dupas. J. 
JulUen, I. Cuenln and J. Ladagnous, Members of 
Council. A. Masson. Librarian and Secretary. The 
library belongingtothesoclety contains about seven- 
teen thousand volumes, partly voluntary donations. 
Any person may have access to the reading room, 
being acceptable to the Board of Trustees, and paying 
an Initiatory fee of one dollar, and fifty cents monthly 
dues, In advance. Open every day from 12 m. to 6 
p. M., and from 7:30 p. m. to 10 P. m., except Sundays 
and legal holidays. 

Mkchanics' iNSTiTtTTK. 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, 
the collection of a cabinet, scientific apparatus, 
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 80,000 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 ?1, and $1.50 quar- 
terly dues. In advance. The Institute also owns the 
Mechanics' Pavilion, located on the southwest corner 
of Grove and Larkln streets. In which, under the 
auspices of the Institute, the annual Industrial 
Expositions are held. Officers— E. A. Denlcke, Presi- 
dent; Rodney Kendrick, Vice-President; First Na- 
tional Bank, Treasurer; E. P. Heald, Recording 
Secretary; H. L. Tlckner, Corresponding Secretary; 
J. M. Gumming, Secretary; F. J. Teggart, Librarian. 

Medical Socibtt 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. "Wm. 
TVatt Kerr, San Francisco. President; A. J. Pedlar. 
Fresno, and George L. Cole, Los Angeles. Vice- 
Presidents; D. A. Hodghead. San Francisco, Secre- 
tary; T. Ross, Sacramento, Treasurer. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society. Organized 
1896. Sessions held on the third Thursday of each 
month at the California Hotel. H. Chester Morris, 
1S94 Nebraska street. President; William A. Day, 
Vice-President. 

Pacific Coast Committee for Universal 
Brothebhoid. 819 Market street, room 30. Meet- 
ings, Saturday, 7 p. m. President, Dr. J. A. Anderson ; 
Secretary. Amos J. Johnson. 

Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club. W. F. 
Russell, Secretary, 14 Sansome street. 

San Francisco Coitnty Medical Society. Or- 
ganized February, 1868. Meets at 32 O'Farrell street 
second Tuesday of each month at 8:30 p. m. Or- 
ganized for the purpose of the reading and discus- 
sion of papers on medical subjects. Officers — A. P. 
Woodward, M. D., President; J. F. McCone. M. D.. 
First Vice-President; T. Byron De Witt. M. D.. Sec- 
ond Vice-President: George H. Evans, M. D.. Re- 
cording Secretary; F. B. Petrle, M. D.. Assistant 
Recording Secretary; L. M. F. Wanzer, M. D., Cor- 
responding Secretary; E. E. Kelley. M. D., Treas- 
urer; D. W. Montgomery, M. D., Librarian and 
Curator. Trustees— Henry Gibbons, Jr., M.D., W. F. 
McNutt, M. D., C. C. Wadsworth. M. D. 

San Francisco County Society of Physi- 
cians AND Surgeons. E. H. Mercer, A. M.. M. D., 
President: Chas. Clark, M. D., Vice-President; 
J. C. Bainbrldge. M. D.. Secretary. Meetings held 
at California Medical College first Wednesday of 
each month. 

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 
visits ome designated locality In the neighbor- 
hood, and In this way many valuable additions have 
been made to the micro-fauna and flora of this 
region. Officers— Prof. O. P. Jenkins. Stanford Uni- 
versity, President; Dr. Gustav Elsen. of the Acad- 
emy of Sciences. Vice-President; Charles C. Riedy, 
Treasurer; William E. Loy, Secretary. There are 
about 75 active members. 

Sierra Club. Office. Room 45. Merchants' Ex- 
change Building. Objects— To explore, enjoy and 
render accessible the mountain regions of the Pacific 
Coast, and to enlist the support and co-operation of 
the people and the Government In preserving the 
forests and other features of the Sierra Nevada 
Mountains. Directors— John Mulr, President; War- 
ren Olney, First Vice-President; Joseph Le Conte, 
Second Vice-President; Robert M. Price, Secretary: 
J. H. Senger, Corresponding Secretary and Treas- 
urer; George Davidson. David Starr Jordan. J. M. 
Stillman, C. B. Bradley, Elliott McAllister. 

Society or California Pioneers. Organized 
August, 1850. Rooms, Pioneer Building, west side of 
Fourth street, between Market and Mission streets; 
entrance, 5 Pioneer place. The expressed objects of 
the Society are to collect and preserve Information 
connected with the early settlement and subsequent 
conquest of the country, and to perpetuate the mem- 
ory of those whose sagacity, energy and enterprise 
Induced them to settle In the wilderness and become 
the founders of a new State, and also the male de- 
scendants of members. All who were In California 
prior to the first day of January. 1850. are ellglbft to 
membership. Any who have rendered dlstlngulsfted 
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 aa- 
nlveraary of the admission of California Into the 
Union. The Society Is possessed of a library, an ex- 
cellent cabinet of minerals, relics of early times and 
various other objects of Interest Officers- Aylett R. 
Cotton, President; Nlles Searls. E. W. McKlnstry. 
Charles N. Felton, Walter Van Dyke and George 
Hagar, Vice-Presidents; F. W. Tallant, Treasurer; 
John I. Spear, Secretary: John F. Plnkham, Marshal. 
Directors— H. N. Tllden. Henry B. Russ. Wm. Z. 
Tiffany, J. H. Jewett, E. T. Kruse. Allen Knight. 
E. M. Root. James Palache and Leon Sloss. Standing 
Committees of the Board of Directors— Finance, 
Russ, Jewett. Sloss; Auditing. Tllden. Root. Kruse; 
History and Biography. Knight, Sloss, Palache; Li- 
brary and Cabinet. Palache. Knight. Russ; New and 
Old Halls, Tiffany. Russ. Kruse; Lick Biography, 
Tiffany. Palache, Sloss; Judiciary. Tllden. Jewett, 
Root: Entertainments. Kruse, Tiffany, Knight; Re- 
lief, Jewett, Tllden. Root, 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast. 
Organized April, 1884. Meets lo the Society's rooms. 
Academy 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 — 
G. W. Percy. President; Hubert Vlscher. Vice- 
President; Otto von Geldern, Secretary; Edward T. 
Schlld. Treasurer. Directors — Hermann Barth, 
Louis Falkenau. T. W. Brooks. S. C. Irving, T. W, 
Ransom. 

Theosophical Society in America. Academy 
of Sciences Hall. 819 Market street; meetings Sun- 
day. 8 P.M. President. Dr. J. A. Anderson; Secre- 
tary, Amos J. Johnson. 

Universal Brotherhood Lodge No. 7. Acad- 
emy of Sciences Hall. 819 Market street; meetings 
Tuesday. 8 p. m. President, Dr. J. A. Anderson; 
Secretary. Amos J. Johnson. 



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Califobnia College of Pharmacy. Incor- 
porated August 7, 1872. Affiliated with the Unlver- 
Blty of California June 18, 1873. Location— Parnassus 
avenue. This college was created by the Califor- 
nia Pharmaceutical Society to promote the study of 
pharmacy, and to confer degrees upon graduates. 
Officers— G. E. Bacon, Ph. G., President; W. M. 
Searby, Ph. G., Secretary. 

California Medical College, The. Location— 
Folsora, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. It 
Is easy of access by numerous street car lines from 
all parts of the city. It Is arranged with every con- 
venience for the comfort of students, and furnished 
In every detail with the necessary appliances for ac- 
quiring a thorough medical education , Four courses 
of eight months are requisite for graduation. 
Faculty— D. Maclean, M. D., Dean, Professor of 
Obstetrics; J. W. Hamilton, M. D., Professor of 
Gynecology; George G. Gere. M. D., Professor of the 
Principles and Practice of Surgery; H. W. Hunsaker, 
M. D., Professor of Orthopedic and Clinical Surgery; 
H. T. Webster, M. D., Professor of the Principles 
and Practice of Medicine and Pathology; John 
Fearn, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and 
Therapeutics: C. N. Miller, M. D., Professor of 
Anatomy; J. P. Schmltz, M. D., Professor of Physi- 
ology; M. H. Logan, Ph. G., M. D.. Professor of 
Chemistry and Toxicology; F.Cornwall, M.D., Pro- 
fessor of Opthalmology, Laryngology and Otology; 
"W. B. Church. M. D.. Professor of Physical Diagnosis 
and Diseases of the Chest; A.E.Scott, M.D., Pro- 
fessor of Diseases of Children; M. C. Hassett, L. B., 
Professor of Medica] Jurisprudence; B. Stetson, 
M. D., Assistant to the Chair of Practice; C. M. 
Troppmann, M. D., Lecturer on Pharmacology ; W. O. 
"Wilcox, M. D., Lecturer on Diseases of the Genito- 
urinary Organs: Charles Clark, M. D., Lecturer on 
Osteology: E. H. Mercer, M. D., Lecturer on Angel- 
ology and Myology; E. H. Mattner, A.M.,M.D., Lec- 
turer on Embryology; W. A. Harvey. M. D.. In- 
structor In Histology and Microscopy, Lecturer on 
Pathology and Bacteriology, J. C. Balnbrldge, M. D.. 
Instructor In Physics and Latin; W.O. Wilcox, M.D.. 
Demonstrator of Anatomy. For particulars Inquire 
of D. Maclean, M. D., 710 Van Ness avenue. 

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, 6(Hi Sutter street. 

College of Physicians and SrRGEONs of San 
Francisco. Incorporated 1896, as a College of 
Medicine. Surgery, Dental Surgery and Pharmacy. 
Has a Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Depart- 
ment. Location— Fourteenth street, between Mis- 
sion and Valencia streets. A four years' course In 
medicine and surgery, a three years' course in deu- 
tlstry and a two years' course In pharmacy are re- 
quired before graduation. Trustees— J. K. Lalne. 
M. D.. President; Thos. Morffew, D D. S., Vice- 
President and Pregident of the Dental Faculty; 
Winslow Anderson. M. D.. Dean of the Faculties; 
Samuel O. L. Potter. M. D.. Secretary; "William F. 
Southard. M. D.. Treasurer; Charles Boston. D.D. S.. 
Dean of the Dental Faculty; J. Henyy Flint, Ph. G.. 
President of the Pharmaceutical Faculty; Wm. J. 
Jackson, Ph. G.. M. D.. Dean of the Pharmaceutical 
Faculty. The Executive Officer of the College is the 
Dean, Winslow Anderson, M. D.. 1220 Sutter street. 

Cooper Medical College. Founded In 1858. En- 
dowed In 1882 by Professor L. C. Lane. The college 
IB situated on the northeast corner of Sacramento 
and Webster streets, one block from the California 
street cars, and four blocks from the Sutter street 
s, by which line the City and County Hospital 



Lane. A. M.. M. D.. M. R. C. S. Eng., LL. D., Profes- 
sor of Surgery and President of the College; C. N. 
ElUnwood, M. D.. Professor of Physiology; Adolph 
Barkan, M. D., Professor of Ophthalmology, Laryn- 
gology and Otnlogy: Joseph H. Wythe, M. D., LL.D., 



F. R. M. S., Emeritus Professor of Microscopy and 
Histoiogy; Henry Gibbons. Jr., A. M., M. D.. Profes- 
sor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Chil- 
dren; Joseph O. HIrschfelder, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine; Clinton Gushing. M. D., Profes- 
sor of Gynecology; A.M.Gardner, M. D., Professor of 
Legal Medicine and Mental Diseases; O. P. Jenkins, 
A. M., M. S., Ph, D., Acting Professor of Physiology; 
W. T. Wenzell. M. D.. Professor of Chemistry and 
Toxicology; A. M. Gardner, M. D., Acting Professor 
of Principles and Practice of Medicine; 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; Charles M. Fisher, M. D., 
Professor of Microscopy and Histology. 

Hahnemann Hospital College of San Fban- 
cisco. The (Homeopathic). Location— N. E. cor of 
Sacramento and Maple streets. Incorporated Jan- 
uary 20, 1881. Four years' graded course of study. 
The regular course of 1899 will begin on the first 
Monday In July and continue seven months. Pres- 
ident, Dr. J. A. Albertson; Dr. C. L. TIsdale, Vice- 
President; Dr. A. C. Peterson, Dean of the Faculty, 
53 and 55 Spring Valley Building, southeast corner 
Geary and Stockton streets. 

Medical Department of the University op 
California. Martin' Kellogg. A. M., President; 
Robert A. McLean, M. D., Dean. Office, 305 Kearny 
street. The lectures are given at the Affiliated Col- 
leges Buildings, south of Golden Gate Park. The 
sessions begin September 1st and continue for eight 
months. 

San Feancisco Clinical Society. Organized 
November. 1897. Meets third Wednesday of each 
month. Physicians and dentists eligible to member- 
ship. C. G. Kenyon, M. D., President; W. F. South- 
ard, M. D.. Vice-President; Winslow Anderson. M. 
D.. Treasurer; D. A. Hodghead. M. D.. Secretary. 

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. President, Henry Kreutzmann, 
M. D.,; Secretary. Leo Newmark, M. D.; Treasurer, 
Geo. W. Merritt. M. D. 

Stomatological Club ofCalifornia. Organized 
June, 1894. Incorporated November, 1894. Object- 
Advancement of dental science. Meets every Tues- 
day from 3 to 6 p. M., and on the same evening at 8 
p. M. for discussion of clinic, at 46 O'Farrell street. 
Dr. Russell H. Cool, President; Dr. J. A. W Lund- 
borg, Vice-President; Dr. Frank C. Pague. Secretary; 
Dr. Frank L. Piatt, Treasurer. 



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T. P. Hanson, Lt.-Col.. Aid-dc-Camp. Pasadena. 

J. R. Howell, Lt.-Col., Ald-de-Camp. 10 Montgom- 
ery street, S. F. 

A. G. Gasson, Lt.-Col.. Ald-de-Camp. San Diego. 

P. L. Bush. Lt.-Col.. Ald-de-Camp. San Francisco. 

R. L. Dunn, Lt.-Col., Ald-de-Camp, San Francisco 

George H. Plppy, Lt.-Col.. Ald-dc-Camp. San Fran- 
cisco. 

Division Commaxder and Staff. Headquarters 
Mills Building. S. F. Maj-Gen. John H. Dickinson, 
commanding. Col. f homas M. Cluff. Asst. Adj. -Gen. 
and Chief of Statr. 40 Fourth street; Col. John Gall- 
wev. Dlv. Surgeon, 624 Kearny; Lt.-Col. Adolph 
Huber Dlv. Commissary. 620 Bush; Lt.-Col. Louis 
Barrere, Dlv. Inspector Rifle Practice. i:il First; Lt.- 
Col. J.' J. Dwyer, Dlv. Judge Advocate. Mills Build- 
ing; Lt.-Col. Charles T. Stanley, Dlv. Quartermaster, 
-il2 Montgomery street; Lt.-Col. D. E. Miles. Dlv. 
Signal Officer, 315 Montgomery; Lt.-Col. Charles H. 
Murphy. Dlv. Engineer Officer. Polytechnic High 
School; Lt.-Col. H. F. Emerlc, Paymaster. 805 Mar- 
ket; Lt.-Col. A. B. C. Dohrmann, Dlv. Inspector. 120 
Sutter street; Lt.-Col. William A. Halstead. Dlv. 
Ordinance Officer. 946 Mission street; Major L. S. 
Schmltt. Ald-de-Camp, 1609 Franklin street; Major 
J. G. Fitzgerald. Ald-de-Camp. Sheriff's office. City 
Hall; Sergeant Major L. Gotxschalk. Staff Orderly. 
.525 Commercial street; Sergeant Major A. Graff, 
.Staff Orderly, 422 Montgomery street. 

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 BRIGADE. 

Headquarters, 420 Bush Si., room 6. 
R. H, Warfleld, Brlg.-General Commanding, 420 Bush 
street, S. F.; J. G. Glestlng. Lt.-Colonel. As- 
sistant Adjutant-General; G. F. Hanson, M. D., 
Lt.-Colonel, Surgeon; Chas. Jansen. Major. In- 
spector; H. A. Wegener. Major, Quartermaster 
and Paymaster; James A. Margo. Major. Com- 
missary; H. B. Hosmer. Major. Ins. R. P. and 
O. O.; JohnH.Hendy. Major. Engineer O.; C.J. 
Evans. Major. Signal Officer; D. S. Dorn. Major. 
Judge Advocate: S. L. Saphtaly. Captain. Aid; 
Douglass White. Captain, Aid; Eugene De 
Spaar, Sergt.-Major and Staff Orderly; E. S. 
Crosby. Sergt.-Major and Staff Orderly. 

FIRST REGIMENT INTANTRT, N. G. C. 

Heailquarlers, Armory, cor. Page and Gough Sis. 

Field Officers— James F. Smith. Col. Com. ; Victor 
D. Duboce. Lt.-Col.. 638 Market street; Charles 
Boxton. Maj.. 231 Post street; Charles L. Tll- 
den. Maj.. Crocker Building; Hugh T. SIme, 
Maj.. 410 Jlontgomery street. 

Staff Officers— Alfred J. Kelleher. Captain and 
Adj.. 2324 Clay street; Henry C. Mlddlcton. 1st 
Lt. and Bat. Adj.. Giant. Gal.; Bert R. Hecht. 
Ist Lt.. Q. M.. 312 Bush street; Louis Barrere. 
1st Lt.. I. K. P.. 131 First street; Emll A. Kehr- 
lein. Ist Lt. and Commissary, 909 Lombard 
street; W. D. McCarthy, Maj. and Surgeon. Ill 
Eddy street; P. J. H. Farrell. Captain and 
Asst. Surgeon. 235 Post street; Marcus S. Har- 
loe. 1st Lt. and Bat. Adj.. 2527 Howard street; 
John J. West. Ist Lt. and Bat. Adj., 402 Mont- 
gomery street. 

Co. A— J. F. Connolly. Captain. 60S Jackson street; 
George T. Ballinger. 1st Lt.. 1516 Baker street; 
Joseph A. Brown. 2d Lt.. 611 Pine street. Ar- 
mory, corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. B— George Fllmer. Captain. SE corner Clay and 
Sansome streets; B. B. Sturdlvant. Ist Lt.. 413 
California street; Albert F. Ramm. 2d Lt.. 8 
Kearny street. Armory, corner Page and 
Gough streets. 

C— James W. Dumbrell, Captain. Alameda; 
Charles E. Goodall. 1st Lt.. SE corner Bcale 
and Market streets: George J. Petty, 2d Lt. 
Armory. S13 Ellis street. 
D— R. A. Marshall. Captain. 20^^ Franklin street; 
Eugene V. Sullivan. 1st Lt.. 21 Franklin street; 
Thomas J. McCreagh. 2d Lt.. 113 Fillmore 
street. Armory, corner Page and Gough 



Co.. E— Edward FItzpatrlck. Captain. 5 Front street: 
Frank J. Rrflph. 1st Lt.. 100 Jones street: W. 
B. Robertson. 2d Lt.. 531 California street. Ar- 
mory, corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. F— John A. Miller. Captain, 202 Market street; 
Firman A. Nlppert. 1st Lt.. 1882 Sutter street: 
W. M. Masurv. 2d Lt., S636 Twentieth street. 
Armory. 813 E'uls street. 

Co. G — Edgar C. Sutllfle. Captain, Wells Fargo & 
Co., Auditor's Office ; Thomas W. Sparrowe, 1st 
Lt.. 120 Sutter street: W. J. Twomey, 2d Lt. 
Armory, 813 Ellis street. 

Co. H— Frank W. Warren. Captain. 111-121 Post 
street; B. F. Judge. 1st Lt., 1.581 Turk street; 
Edwin F. Davis. 2d Lt.. 126 Ellis street. Ar- 
mory, corner Page and Gough streets. 

Co. I— R. Rlchter. Captain. NE corner Page and 
Octavia streets; Herman Huber. Ist Lt.. 22.34 
Fifteenth street; Wm. H. Tobln. 2d Lt., 36 
Belvedere street. Armory, corner Page and 
Gough streets. 

Co. K— Thomas J. Cunningham. Captain. 303 Cali- 
fornia street: Edward D. FInley. 1st Lt.. 30» 
Seventh street; C. W. Seeley. 2d Lt.. ISIO 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'Nell. Captain. 25 Page street: 
Edward D. Carroll. 1st Lt.. 407 Battery street; 
0. J. Hogan. 2d Lt.. 2316 Bryant street. Armory, 
corner Page and Gough streets. 

Cadet Co.— L. E. Edwards. Captain: G. M.LIppman, 
1st Lt.: J. M. Morgan. 2d Lt. Armory, Boys' 
High School. 

Band — C. H. Cassasa. Leader. 2405 Buchanan street: 
George W. Bennett, Business Manager, 939Ji 
Dolores street. 

SIGNAL CORPS— SECOND BRIGADE. 
Armory, Slo Ellis Streel. 
Captain— Philip J. Perkins, 231 Post street; Ist Lt. 
C. L. Hewes, 1.501 Scott street. Number of mem- 
bers, 40, 

TROOP A, CAVALRY, N. G. C. 

Armory, M27 Jfarkel Slreet. 

Captain— Marlus Burnett; Sr. First Lieutenant, 

E. Elfendahl; Jr. First Lieutenant. E. A. Pierre. 

Organized July 27. 1849. 

NAVAL BATTALION. 

Headquarters U. S. S. Marion, Pier w. 
Louis H. Turner. Captain. 303 California street: 

Thomas A. Nernev. Lt. Com.. 6 Eddy street; 

Lt. Com. George R. Kingsland. Chief Engineer; 

Lieut. Thomas M. Shaw, Navigating Officer. 
Staff Officers- Lieut. W. F. Burke. Ordinance 

Officer; Lieut. W. E. Elliot. Aid; Lieut. F. W. 

Harris, Surgeon; Ensign J. G. Morrison. Asst. 

Surgeon; Ensign B. A. Plant. Asst. Surgeon: 

Ensign H. P. Smith. Signal Officer. 
First Division— Lieut. C.C. Dennis, Com.; Lieut. J. 

L. Emanuel. Jr. Grade ; H. C. Peterson. Ensign ; 

W. G. Morrison, Ensign. 
Second Division— Lieut. Wm.F.Gunn, Com.; A. H. 

Elliott. Jr. Grade; T. S. Harloe. Ensign; G. E. 

Kammerer. Ensign. 
Third Division- Lieut. L. A. Chandler. Com.; 

Lieut. A.E. Morgan. Jr. Grade: G.B.Smith, 

Ensign: James McNear, Ensign. 
Fourth Drvisiox— Lieut. C. E. Lindsay. Com.; 

Lieut. J. C. Dovle. Jr. Grade; W. E. Miller, En- 
sign; T. R. Armstrong, Ensign. 
Fifth Division— Lieut. C. V. Otto. Com.; Lieut. G. 

P. Smith. Jr. Grade; E. McLaughlin. Ensign; F. 

B. Barnum. Ensign. 
Sixth Division- Lieut. D. F. Hunt. Com.: Lieut. 

J. M. Sqier. Jr. Grade; C. A. Hunt, Ensign: 

J. J. Delaney, Ensign. 
Engineers' Division- Lieut. H. P. Gray. Past As- 
sistant Engineer; Lieut. A. E. Williams. Jr. 

Grade. Past Assistant Engineer; Ensign R. B. 

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Berkeley, Cat. 

Sidney A. Cloman, CommandaDt, Ist Lieut., 15th 

IT. S. Infantry, detailed from "War Department. U. S. 

Staff— Melville Dozler. Jr.. and L. Miller, Majors' 

E. W. Stadtmuller, Capt. and Adjutant; H. Marmon; 

1st Lieut, and Acting Adjutant; T. W. McPherson. 

Sergeant-Major, let Battalion; R. Fryer, Sergeant- 

Major, 2d Battalion. l8t Lieut. Andy B. Anderson. 

Leader of Band; H. W. Squires. Drum Major. 

Bicycle Corps— Capt., L. T. "Wagner; 2d Lieut.. T. V. 

Kline. Artillery Detachment— Capt., F. S. Knight; 

1st Lieut. . Signal Detachment— Capt., John 

Edward Ralney; 1st Lieut., A. D. Sweet. Infantry- 
Co. A— Capt.. C. WIgmore; 1st Lieut., T.Eastman; 
2d Lieut.. R. W. Bender; Co. B— Capt- Jack W. Mil- 
ler; 1st Lieut., W. Hackley; 2d Lieut.. I, C. Allen; 
Co. C— Capt., S. v. West; let Lieut., Ben Bakewell; 
2d Lieut., E. C. Denicke; Co. D— Capt., H. Piatt; 1st 
Lieut., F. J. Mamara; 2d Lieut.. Frledlander; Co.E— 
■Capt.. L. Glacomini; let Lieut.. H. Budd; 2d Lieut., 
G. W. Ede; Co. F— Capt.. A. George; Ist Lieut., D. 
Baird; 2d Lieut.. S. Sargentitch: Co. G— Capt., V. 
■Craig; 1st Lieut.. W. Gibbons; 2d Lieut.. W. T. 
Mooney; Co. H— Capt., Phil R. Thayer; 1st Lieut.. 
L. S. Schmidt; 2d Lieut., Goodcell. Total number of 
members about 600. Headquarters, University of 
California. Berkeley. 

Veter.^ns' National Guard of Califoknia. 
Organized May 16, 1888. Objects— To promote social 
reunion and good fellowship; to assist its members 
in all just claims for the rights and benefits con- 
ferred upon them by the laws of the State of Call- 
rornia, and to advance the interests of the National 
Guard. Seven years' of continuous service in the 
National Guard of the State is a pre-requislte of 
Tnembership. Meets on the third Wednesday of 
each month at the Veterans' Headquarters, Pioneer 
Building, 24 Fourth street. Officers- Colonel George 
W. Grannlss. Commander; George R. Sanderson, 
Vice-Commander; Lieutenant. James Pennycook, 
Adjutant; Captain Charles P. Le Breton, Paymaster^ 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. 
These Military organizations are independent of 
the National Guard of California, and for the most 
j)art are attached to some benevolent association. 

Austrian Military axd Benevolent Associa- 
tion. Organized March 1. 1ST9. Number of 
members, 200. Armory, 507 Sutter street. 

Drill Corps of the Columbia Park Boys' Club 
Association. 318 7ih street, C. Ranney, Com- 
mander. Meets every Saturday evening at 10th 
street Armory. 

Eintracht Rifle Section. Organized 1876. Num- 
ber of members, fi5. Armory, Twelfth street, 
near Howard. F. A. Kuhls, Captain: Carl 
Suehrstedt. Secretary, 718 Vallejo street. 



Independent Rifles. Organized March 8, 1S77. 
Number of members, 95. Armory, 814 Geary 
street; J. A. Stang, Secretary, 531 Shotwell 
street. 

Italian Sharpshooters. Organized May, 1878. 
Number of members, 80. Armory, northwest 
corner Union and Stockton streets. 

-Juarez Guard. Organized October 17, 1871. Num- 
ber of members. 287. Armory, Apollo Hall. 810 
Pacific street. A. de la Torre, Captain ; A. Rojo. 
1st Lieut.; A. de la Torre, Jr.. 2d Lieut.; A. 
Montero, Ist Sergeant. 

LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CADETS. 

First Regiment fDlsmounted Artillery). Estab- 
lished January 7. 1894. Comprises fifteen com- 
panies (Band and Hospital Corps) with 878 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, obedience and courtesy 
■which are taught by military discipline, and to ren- 
der each one thoroughly capable of performing that 
which Is the privilege and duty of every American 
citizen— the defense of his country and his flag as an 
Intelligent soldier, should occasion ever arise." 
Regimental headquarters. 1327 Market street. 



W.P.Sullivan, Jr., Colonel; Thomas F. Rvan. Lleut.- 
Colonel; D. J. McGloin. Major 1st Battalion; 
D. C. Deasy.Major2d Battalion ; W. H.McCarthy, 
Major 8d Battalion; John P. Duffy. Capt. and 
Adjutant; Jos. W. Watts, Lieut, and Commis- 
sary; Daniel J. McCarthy, Captain and Inspec- 
tor;J. G. Morrlssey, Maj. and Surgeon; Harry 
Mahony. 1st Lieut, and Quartermaster; John J. 
Crowly. Lieut, and Adjutant. 1st Battalion; F. 
Gonzalez. Lieut, and Adjutant. 2d Battalion; 
William Kelly, Lieut, and Adjutant. 3d Bat- 
talion. 

L. C. C. Band. Meets every Monday evening. Max 
F. Walten, Chief Musician. 

Co. A— St. Mary's Cathedral parish. Meets every 
Monday evening. Wm. C. Hopper. Captain. 

Co. B— St. Charles' Parish. Meets every Friday even- 
ing. J. T. Curley. Captain. 

Co. C— St. Patrick's parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. Phil. L. Bannan. Captain. 

Co. D— Sacred Heart parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. Ignatius Dwyer, Captain. 

Co. E— St. James" parish. Meets every Tuesday 
evening. B. Malone. Captain. 

Co. F— St. Patrick's parish. Oakland. Meets every 
Friday evening. M. F. Hynes, Captain. 

Co. G— St. Brldgld's parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. Wm. Dixon. 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. H. Power, Captain. 

Co. K— St. Paul's parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. J. H. Reilly. Captain. 

Co. L— Mission Dolores parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. F. J. Monahan. Captain. 

Co. M— St. Francis" parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. A. L. Mclntyre. Captain. 

Co. N-^St. Francis' parish, Oakland. Meets every 
Tuesday evening. F. Wyms. Captain. 

Co. O— Old St. Mary's College. Parish meets every 
Friday evening. Captain. 

Co. R— St. Teresa's Parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. J. F. Flynn. Captain. 

Lafayette Guard. Organized June I, 18fi5. Num- 
ber of members. 168. Armory. 730 Montgomery 
street. 

San Francisco Schuetzen Verein. Organized 
September. 1859. Number of members, 168. 
Armory. 620 Bush street. Election of officers 
second Friday in March. 

Swiss Sharpshooters. Organized March. 1860. 
Number of members, lOO. Armory. 1320 Stock- 



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American Association of Masters and Pilots. 
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matters pertaining to our craft, the promotion 
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— Henry Taylor. Worthy Captain; G. Krlmp- 
hoff. First Pilot; P. N. Stofen, Second Pilot; R. N. 
'Plppey. Secretary and Business Manager. Office and 
reading room, Ferry Building. 

Austrian National Society. Meets first Wed- 
nesday of each month at 121 New Montgomery 
street. 

Barbers' Protective Union. Organized Janu- 
ary 13. 1878. Meets first and third Thursdays in 
each month at Harmony Hall. 320 Post street. Mem- 
bership, 155. 

Bookbinders' Protective and Beneficial 
Associ.iTioN OF San Francisco. Affiliated with 
the Allied Printing Trades Council. Local Union, 
No. 31. I. B.of B. Organized August 15. 1875. Meets 
first Frldav evening of each month In Foresters' 
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Brewebs' Protecti' _ 

rated September 14, 1874. Objects— ProtecUc- _. 
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. 

Bbothehhood of LocomotiteExgixeers. Meets 
on first Tuesday, second Wednesday evenings and 
fonrth Friday afternoon of each monch at 501 Valen- 
cia street. 



Builders' Association of California, The. 
318 Bush street. Rooms open dally from 8 a. m. to 
5 p.m.; Exchange hours from 12 m. to 2p.m. dally. 
Jer. Mahoney. President. 

California State Retail Drdggists' Associ- 
CIATION. For protection In trade Interests. .John 
Calvert, President. San Francisco; C. F. Helnzeman 
First Vice-President, Los Angeles; S. A. McDonnell, 
Treasurer; Richard E. White, Secretary, 499 Gough 
street, San Francisco. 

Carriage and Wagon Builders" Association 
OF San Francisco. Meets ttrst and third Wednes- 
day of each month at 237 Twelfth street. Object: 
Protection to the trade. Officers— W. J. Hocking, 
President; G. A. Neumlller, Secretary. 

Citizens' Colonization Committee. Officers— 
L.R. Ellen, Chairman; F. A. Hlhn. Vice-Chalrman; 
George H. Maxwell. Secretary; Daniel Meyer. Treas- 
urer; room 32, Mills Building, 8th Boor. 

Draymen and Teamsters' Union of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized August 2G, 1876. Meets second 
and fourth Saturday evenings of each month at 
B'nal B'rith Hall. 121 Eddy street. J. B. Nlderost, 
Secretary, 1016 Diamond street. 

Franklin Spar and Bau Verein. Organized 
December 6, 1875. Meeting room, 413 Bush street. 
Objects: To raise funds and make loans among its 
members, thus enabling them to acquire and im- 
prove real estate. Officers— F. Ludemann. Presi- 
dent; William Hatje. 515 Market street. Secretary; 
K. Meussdorffer, Treasurer. 

Gardeners* and Ranchers' Association. Or- 
ganized August 15, 1874. Number of members, 88. 
Meets last Saturday of each month at 519 Davis 
street. Domenico Gianni, Secretary; residence, 6 
Filbert place. 

International Association of Machinists. 
San Francisco Lodge, No. 68. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at Alcazar Building. 120 
O'Farrell street. James H. Maginnls, Recording 
Secretary, 424 Page street. 

Law and Order League of California. In- 
corporated In 1895. Barclay J. Smith. President; 
Mrs. Rose M. French, Secretary, 922 Van Ness 

MANTJFACTrRKRS' ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA. 

Incorporated November 13, 1883. This Association 
has no capital stock. George C. Hickox, Secretary, 
Mutual Life Building. 

Masons' and Builders' Association. Meets first 
Thursday of each month at 8 p. m. at 40 New Mont- 
gomery street. Adam Beck, President; M.V.Brady, 
Secretary; Thomas Butler, Treasurer. 



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. 
Officers— Wm. Quinn, President; F. H. Mills, Vice- 
President; Henry Hufschmldt. Treasurer; G. C. 
Sweeney, 1st Trustee; G. C. Dallamore. 2d Trustee; 
G. Bayreuther, 3d Trustee; A. Newmark, Financial 
Secretary: Charles McCarthy, Recording Secretary; 
.John L. E. Flrmln, Corresponding Secretary, 1244 
Valencia street; J. H. Brooke, Sergeant-at-Arms; F. 
Koch, Chairman General Committee. Meets on the 
first and third Fridays of each month at Seven Pines 
Hall, Alcazar Building. 

MiLLMEN's Protective Association. Location 
— 40 New Montgomery street. William Crocker. 
President; William N. Miller, Secretary. Meets first 
Tuesday of each month. 



Musicians' Mutual Protective Union of Sax^ 
Francisco. Meets second Thursday of each montli 
at 1:30 P.M. Board of Directors meets every Tues- 
day at 1 p. M. at 39 Fourth street. The object of thls^ 
Union is to unite the musicians of San Francisco ani 
vicinity for the better protection of their Interests, 
to regulate prices and all business appertaining tct 
the musical profession, and the enforcement of good 
faith and fair dealing between Its members. Mem- 
bership, 575. Officers— F. Delleplane, President: S. 
Davis, Secretary. 

Order of Railroad Telegraphers. Meets last- 
Saturday of each month at 20 Eddy street. B. A. 
Meyer, Secretary, 3001 San Jose avenue. 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent As- 
sociation— 510 Bush street. Meets second and last 
Thursdays of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at 51» 
Bush street. J. de S.Bettencourt. President; M. T. 
Costa, Vice-President; M. L. Quaresma, Recording: 
Secretary: J. I. Raphael, Financial Secretary; J. 
Baptlsta, Treasurer. 

Retail Grocers' Protective Union. Organ- 
ized. April 1, 1871. Meets second and fourth Wed- 
nesdays of each month at 214 California street. This- 
is an organization of retail grocers for the protec- 
tion of the mutual interests of its members and the- 
advancement of retail grocery trade interests gen- 
erally. Officers— J. T. Hurley, President; Henry 
Hartje, Vice-President; Henry Hauser, Secretary; J^ 
B. Mahony, Treasurer. 

Riggers Protective Union op San Francisco- 
Meets south side Howard street, between East 
and Steuart, first Wednesday of each month. J. 
Holland. President; Wm. Pelham, Vice-President; J. 
Francis, Secretary; W. Goudey, Treasurer. 

San Francisco Dental Association. F. L_ 
Piatt. President; H. L. Seager, Vice-President; 

B. C. Roeske, Recording Secretary; M. V. Croall, 
Corresponding Secretary: W. A. Knowles, Treas- 
urer; C. E. Post, Librarian. Meeting place. T. M- 

C. A. Building, second Monday of each month. 

San Francisco Retail Druggists' Associa- 
tion. Joseph Calegarls, President; Otto A. Weihe, 
Secretary, southwest corner Sutter and Devlsadero 
streets. 

San Francisco Tvpothet.b. Meets at 410 San- 
some street. N. A. Jndd, President; J. M. Mclntyre. 
1st Vice-President; Wm. C. Brown. 2d Vice-Presi- 
dent; Max Schmidt, 3d Vice-President; J. W. 
Howard. Secretary; Wm. Fllmer. Treasurer. Execu- 
tive Committee, Harrison Barto, Edw. C. Hughes, 
Chas. H. Crocker. Edward Bdsqul. William R. 
Phillips, George Jones and Edward A. Janssen. 

Registration Bureau S. F. Ttpothetj:— J. W. 
Howard. Secretary. 

State Association of Olive Growers. Ellwood 
Cooper. Santa Barbara, President; B. M. Leiong, 
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B'nal B'rith. 121 Eddy. 
Bonlta, 2735 Folsom. 
Oallfornla, 620 Bush. 
Cambrian, 1133 Mission. 
Centennial, 421 Hayes. 

Ohamplon, Butte between Tennessee and Kentucky 
Ohildren's. 806 Sansome. 
•Comerford's, Church near Twenty-seventh. 
Congress, 1139 Market. 
Delta, 645 Geary. 
Devlsadero, 317 Devlsadero. 
Drew's. 121 New Montgomery. 
Druids', 413 Sutter. 
Duveneck, 1004 Twenty-fourth. 
Eureka Valley, 509 Castro. 
Excelsior, 2317 Mission. 

Xxempt Fire Company, Brenham place near Clay 
Federation, 818 Howard. 
Toresters, 20 Eddy. 
Franklin, 1839 Fillmore. 
-Garibaldi, 423 Broadway. 
'Golden Gate, 1622 Pacific avenue. 
Oolden Gate, 625 Sutter. 
■Golden Rule, 948 Mission. 
■Gospel, 832 Howard. 
•Grand Central, 997 Market. 
■Grand Opera. 737 Mission. 
Hamilton, 1517 Stelner. 
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. 

Xafayette, 730 Montgomery. 

Liberty, cor Alabama and Twenty-fourth 

Longhead, 1605 Polk. 

Loyola, S E cor Market and Tenth. 

Maennerbund, Potrero avenue near Twenty-fourth 

Mangel's, X E cor Twenty-fourth and Folsom. 

Maple, Palace Hotel. 

Masonic, N W cor Montgomery and Post. 

Mechanics' Institute Pavilion, S W cor Larkln and 
Grove. 

Metropolitan, N E cor Fifth and .Jessie. 

Mission Music, S E cor Howard and Twenty-first. 

Mission Opera, 2131 Mission. 

Mission Parlor Hall, 3445 Seventeenth 

Mission Turn'Verein, Eighteenth bet Valencia and 
Guerrero. 

Howry's Opera, S "W cor Grove and Laguna. 

Mozart, 1358 Market. 

Murphy's, corner Sagamore and San Jose avenue 

Ifatioual, 815 Ellis. 

"Native Sons of the Golden West, 414 Mason. 

Uoe Valley, cor Church and Twenty-fourth. 

Odd Fellows, S W cor Market and Seventh. 

•Ono. 1883 Mission. 

Patterson's, N E cor Church and Thirtieth. 

Pioneer, 24 Fourth. 

PIxley, 1534 Pacific avenue. 

Progress, 29 Valencia. 

Pythian Castle, 909 Market. 

Eegents, N E cor Post and Fillmore. 

Koiando'8. NW corner Church and Twenty-eighth. 
San Francisco Turn Verein, 323 Turk. 
Saratoga, 814 Geary. 
Scottish, 105-111 Larkln. 

Sherman-Clay, 2-23 Sutter. 

Shiels', 32 O'Farrell. 

Social, 102 O'Farrell. 

:St. Brendan's. N E cor Fremont and Harrison. 

St. George's, 317 Mason. 

St. Joseph's, S W cor Howard and Tenth. 

St. Ignatius, S W cor Van Ness avenue and Grove. 

.St. Peter's, Alabama near Twenty-fourth 

Steirake, SE cor Octavia and Union. 
Teutonia, 1322 Howard. 

Trades' Union, 1159 Mission. 

Turn Verein Vorwaerts, 310 O'Farrell. 

Twin Peaks, 847 Seventeenth. 
Union Square, 421 Post. 
iDniversal, 812 Pacific. 
"Washington, 35 Eddy. 
■Wessel's, 1623 Powell. 



Western Addition Music. '2414 California. 

Wolf's, 1 Plymouth avenue. 

Young Men's Christian Association, N E cor Ellis and 

Mason. 
Young Men's Institute. Parrott Building. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF SAN 
FRANCISCO. 

Wkbsteb, Superlnte 

(For Board of Education. 8ee City and County Gov- 

Adams Cosmopolitan Grammar School, seven- 
teen clasees. Eddy street, between Polk street and 
Van Ness avenue. 

AOASSIZ INTEBMEDIATK GRAHUAR SCHOOL. tWClve 

claases. Bartlett street, between Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third streets. 

Harrington Primary School, two classes. 
Northwest corner Twenty-fifth and Point LobOB av- 



Bernal Primary School, nine classes. Cort- 
land avenue, between Andover avenue and Moultrie 
street. 

Broadway Grammar School, fifteen classes. 
Broadway, between Powell and Mason streets. 

BuENA Vista Primary School, five classes. 
York street, between Eighteenth and Nldeteenth 
streets. 

Burnett Primary School, twelve classes. Cor- 
ner of Fourteenth avenue South and L street. 

Chinese Primary School, four classes. 916 Clay 
street. 

Clement Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Geary street, between Jones and Leavenworth 
streets. 

ND Primary School, nine classes. Har- 
t, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. 

Cooper Primary School, nine classes. Green- 
wich street, between Jones and Leavenworth streets. 

Columbia Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Florida street, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth streets. 

Crocker Grammar School, twelve classes. Page 
street, near Baker street. 

Denman Grammar School, sixteen classes. 
Northwest corner of Bush and Taylor streets. 

Douglass Primary School, eight classes. SW 
corner NInteenth and CoUIngwood streets. 

Dudley Stone Primary School, nine classes. 
South side Halght street, between Central and Ma- 

Edison Primary School, nine classes. Corner 
of Church and Hill streets. 

Emerson Primary School, twelve classes. Pine 
street, between Scott and Devlsadero streets. 

Everett Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Sanchez street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
streets. 

Fairmount Primary School, fourteen classes. 
Chenery street, near Randall street. 

Farallon School, one class. Farallon Islands. 

Franklin Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Eighth street, near Bryant street. 

Fremont Primary School, eight classes. Mc- 
Allister street, between Baker and Broderlck streets. 

Garfield Primary School, twelve classes. 
Union street, between Kearny and Montgomery 
streets. 

Girls' High School, fourteen classes. Scott street, 
near Geary street. 

Golden Gate Primary School, eight classes. 
Golden Gate avenue, between Pierce and Scott 
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Hancock Gkammar School, eleven classes. Fil- 
bert street, between Taylor and Jones streets, 

Haheison Primary School, eight classee. Grove 
street, near Larkln street. 

Hawthorne School, eleven classes. Shotwell 
street, between Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
streets. 

Hearst Grahuab School, sixteen classes. Cor- 
ner Hermann and Fillmore streets. 

Hen'Ky Dueant Primart School, twelve classes. 

Turk street, between Buchanan and Webster streets. 

Horace Manx Grammar School, eighteen 

classee. Valencia street, between Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third streets. 

Humboldt Primary School, twelve classee. 
Golden Gate avenue, near Hyde street. 

Hunter's Point School, one class. Hunter's 
Point. 

Irving Primary School, eight classee. Broad- 
way, between Montgomery and Sansome streets. 
iRvrNG Scott Primary School, fourteen classes. 
Tennessee street, near Twenty-second street. 

James Lick Grammar School, twelve classes. 
Corner Noe and Twenty-fifth streets. 

Jefferson Primary School, eight classes. Te- 
hama street, between First and Second streets. 

John Swett Grammar School, eighteen classes. 
McAllister street, between Franklin and Guugh 
streets. 

Lafayette Primaky School, eight classes. Cor- 
ner Filbert and Kearny streets. 

Laguna Honda Primary School, two classes. 
Seventh avenue, between I and J streets. 

Le Conte Primary School, eight classes. Powell 
street, between Washington and Jackson streets. 

Lincoln Grammar School, sixteen classee. 
Fifth street near Market street. 

Longfellow Primary School, twelve classes. 
Sliver street, between Second and Third streets. 

Lowell High School, twelve classes. Sutter 
street, between Gough and Octavia streets. 

Madison Primary School, four classes. Clay 
street, between Walnut and Laurel streets. 

Marshall Primary School, twelve classes. Mis- 
sion street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, 
rear Mission Grammar School. 

Mission Grammar School, fourteen classes. 
Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
streets. 

Mission High School. classes. Corner 

Eighteenth and Dolores streets. 

MoNROK Primary School, seven classes. Near 
Five-Mile House. 

Moulder Primary School, ten classes. Corner 
Page and Gough streets. 

XoE Valley Primary School, five classes. 
Southwest corner Noe and Jersey streets. 

Normal School, two classes. Powell street, be- 
tween Clay and Sacramento streets. 

Ocean House Primary School, one class. Cor- 
bett avenue, near Ocean avenue. 

Pacific Heights Grammar School, fifteen 
classes. Jackson street, between Webster and Fill- 
more streets. 

Park Primary School, one class. Sixth avenue, 
between B and C streets. 

Peabody PRI3IARY SCHOOL, eleven classes. West 
Mission street, between Hermann and Thirteenth 



Polytechnic High School, twelve classes. Bush 
street, near Stockton street. 

Redding Primary School, ten classes. Pine 
street, between Larkin and Polk streets. 

Richmond Primary School ten classes. First 
avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. 



Sheridan Primary School, seven classes. Ocean 
View. 

Sherman Primary School, eight classes. Union 
street, near Franklin street. 

South End Primary School, four classes. Somer- 
set street, between Felton and Burrows streets. 



Spring Valley Grammar School, fifteen classes- 
Broadway, near Polk street. 

Stanford Primary School, eight classes. Eighth) 
street, near Harrison street, rear Franklin Grammar 
School. 

Starr King Primary School, twelve classes^ 
Bryant street, between Sixth and Seventh streets. 
Sunnyside Primary School, two classes, lis 
Flood avenue. 

Sunnyvale School, one class. San Bruno avenue^ 
near SIx-MIle House. 

Sutro Primary School, seven classes. Twelftk 
avenue, near Clement street. 

Washington Grammar School, twelve classes. 
Southwest corner of Washington and Mason streets. 
Webster Primary School, seventeen classes. 
Fifth street, near Market street, rear Lincoln Gram- 
mar School. 

West End School, three classes. Mission^ 
near Slx-MlIe House. 

Whittier Primary School, eighteen classes^ 
Harrison street, near Fourth street. 

WiNFiELD Scott Primary School, four classes- 
Lombard street, between Baker and Broderlefc 
streets. 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 
Business Evening School, fourteen classes. 
Bush street, near Stockton street. 

Fairmount Evening School, three classes. 
Chenery street, near Randall street. 

Franklin Evening School, nine classes. Elghtlt 
street, near Bryant street. 

Hamilton Evening School, ten classes. Geary 
street, between Scott and Pierce streets. 

Horace Mann Evening School, eight classes. 
Valencia street, between Twentv - second and 
Twenty-third streets. 

Humboldt Evening SreooL. eleven classes. Gol- 
den Gate avenue near Hyde street. 

Irving Scott Evening School, three classes- 
Tennessee street, near Twenty-second street. 

John Swktt Evening School, six classes. Mc- 
Allister street, between Franklin and Gough. 

Lincoln Evening School, twenty-one classes;. 
Lincoln School Building. 

Mission Evening School, three classes. Mis- 
sion street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets. 
Richmond Evening School, two classes. First 
avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. 

RiNCON Evening School, six classes. Silver 
street, between Second and Third streets. 

Sheridan Evening School, two classes. Oceaa 
View. 

Spring Valley Evening School, two classes. 
Broadway street near Polk street. 

Washington Evening School, twelve classes^ 
Washington Grammar School Building. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 



American Board of Commissioners for For- 
eign Missions. Rev. Walter Frear. General Agent 
for the Pacific Coast. Office— Y. M. C. A. Building. 

American Tract Society. 637 Market street. It 
Is the depository of the American Sunday School 

Brotherhood of St. Andrew. (Episcopal. > 
Executive Committee meets first Wednesday of each 
month at 8 p.m. at 731 California street F. L. South- 
ack. Chairman; C. A. Goe. Secretary; L. C. McAfee^ 
Counselor; H.R. Braden, Diocesan Secretary. 

California Bible Society. Organized October 
30. 1849. Depository, 1037 Market street. Meetings, 
first Thursday of the mouth. Rev. John Thompson,, 
Superintendent, office. 1350 Franklin street. Oakland 
Trustees— Annls Merrill (President), William Abbott 
(Secretary), office, 1037 Market street, S. F., Ed- 
ward P. Flint (Treasurer). D. Gilbert Dexter, C. S. 
Wright. John Thompson, T. C. Johnston, R. P. WIl- 
sonand Benjamin Romalne. 

CbNGREGATIONAL CHUBCH EXTENSION SOCIETY. 

Rev. H. H. Wlkoff, President; Frank Sadler, Secre- 



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Religious Societies. 



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Congregational Church BtriLi>iNG Society. 
Headquarters In New Yort, Fourth avenue and 
Twentv-second street. Rev. L.H. Cobb, D. D., Secre- 
tary; Charles E.Hope, Treasurer. Rev. H.H. TVlkoff, 
Field Secretary for the Paclflc Slope, Congregational 
Eooms, T. M. C. A. Building. 

Congregational Club of San Francisco and 
Vicinity. R. H. Chamberlain, President; James E. 
Agar, Secretary, 22 Clay street. 

Congregational Home Missionary Society. 
The Congregational Home Missionary Society, as an 
■organization, began In 1826. Its principles, however, 
liave 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 930,335,665 In money 
and supplies («618. 344 during the last year). It has 
organized and maintained 6,501 churches. Into which 
have gathered 468.208 members. It has 205 mission- 
aries preaching in Foreign languages. The California 
Home Missionary Society, a branch of the National 
Society, was organized in 1832, 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. 
The work Is pushed forward as rapidly as funds will 
allow. Appeals for church organizations continually 
come, which are responded to as fast as the funds in 
hand allow. For such funds the Society depends 
upon the Cogregational Churches of the State. 
"James K. Harrison, Superintendent of Northern Cal- 
ifornia and Nevada, Congregational Headquarters, 
•corner Mason and Ellis Streets. 

Congregational Ministers' Relief Society 
■OF California, Incorporated in 1886. Its object Is 
<.o receive and disburse funds for the relief of Con- 
gregational ministers and their families who are in 
need of pecuniary aid. Rev. Dr. George Mooar, 
Oakland. President; Rev. Walter Frear, Treasurer, 
Fourth floor. T. M. C. A. Building. The fund Is built 
up by annual donations, chiefly from ministers, the 
largest donations being contributed, however, by lay- 
men belonging to the denomination. 

Congregational Sunday School and Pub- 
lishing Society. Rev. E. J. Singer, State Super- 
intendent, Miss Florence R. Yarrow, Missionary, Con- 
gregational Rooms, Y. M. C. A. Building. The Mis- 
sionary Department sustains Sunday school mission- 
aries, burnishes Sunday school helps, libraries and 
other literature to new and needy schools, either 
gratuitously or at reduced cost. Contributions are 
used only for missionary work. 

Epworth League Alliance. The. Organized 
Id May, 1893. It consists of the Epworth Leagues 
and Christian Endeavor Societies of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church and Methodist Episcopal Church 
South, of San Francisco, and Its object Is to 
unite these societies in closer fellowship and 
■Christian work. It has four departments— Spirit- 
ual, 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, a Street Committee as- 
sists the various Societies In holding open-air meet- 
ings, by means of a commodious "Gospel Wagon," 
and a Newsboys' Social Committee arranges for a 
social at the Boys Training Home, 30 Laurel street, 
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. Asocial is held at intervals of 
about a quarter at one of the M. E. churches. The 
officers are as follows: Rev. John Stephens, Presi- 
dent; residence, 309 Halght street: M.V.Donaldson, 
Secretary, office, "The Examiner," Third and Mar- 
ket streets; John R. Potter, Treasurer. The Execu- 
tive Committee of the Alliance meets on the second 
Thursday of every other month at the Young Men's 
Christian Association Building, Mason and Ellis 
streets. The Societies belonging to the Alliance at 
the present time are thirteen in number. 

French Christian Union of California. 
Employment bureau free to employees, open week 
days except Saturdays and Sundays 1 to 2 p. m. Sew- 
ing school for girls, Saturday, p. m. Sunday School 
at 1 p. M. at headquarters, 1520 Clay street. Sunday 
School at 1113 Clay from 9:30 to 10:.'!0a. m. Mme. 
Marie Marshall. President; Mrs. M. Wheeland, First 



Vice-President; Miss Dolheguy, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent ; Miss Olga Von Derhelth, Secretary, and Treas- 
urer for French Christian Union of California; Miss 
S. Vrooman, Secretary and Treasurer for Sunday 
School; Rev. E. J. Dupuy, Auditor. 

Friend.s Meeting. San Francisco Friends Meet- 
ing Is held Id Swarthmore Hall, Harrison street, be- 
tween First and Second, First day (Sunday) morn- 



Gentlemen's Sodality of The Blessed Vir- 
gin Maey. 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 
Rev. J. Hlckey, S. J. Sodality meetings held on 
all Sundays and holidays at7:30 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 six hundred. For admis- 
sion application Is made to the Father Director, 214 
Hayes street. The Sodality possesses a reading 
room and select library of 5.000 volumes; open 
every Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. and on Mon- 
day, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7:30 to 9 
o'clock; also a social hall and game room, open every 
evening except Sunday, from 7 to 10. The present 
officers are: Rev. Joseph Hlckey. S. J., Director; 
James R. Kelly. Prefect; J. E. Fltzpatrlck. First 
Assistant; John Coulson; Second Assistant; Frank 
J. Burke, Secretary; Maurice J. Pope, Assistant Sec- 
retary; James H. DIgnan. Treasurer; John E. Pope. 
Roll Prefect; John S. Welbank. Librarian; Charles 
E. McAullffe. Guardian of Probationers; R. O. Drls- 
coll. Assistant Guardian of Probationers; Lawrence 
Walsh, Marshal; Martin Currlch, Assistant Marshal; 
Charles L,.Ebner, Organist; W. W. Hancock, Vestry 
Prefect. 

Golden Gate Union of Christian Endeavor. 
This Union consists of forty-nine Chrlstain Endeavor 
Societies. Forty-seven of these are in San Fran- 
cisco and two are In San Rafael. It has ten com- 
mittees to carry on the different lines of work; 
namely— Lookout, Fellowship, Press, Printing, Good 
Literature, Temperance, Good Citizenship, Lord's 
Day, Missionary Extension and Floating. The Mis- 
sionary Extension Headquarters are at 760a Harrison 
street. The Floating Committee meets at the 
Mariners' Church, 58 Sacramento street. The offi- 
cers of the Union are Charles M. Whitney, resi- 
dence 1935 Geary street. President; George B. 
McDougall, 1st Vice-President; Miss Gardner, 
2d Vice-President; Miss Partridge, Recording 
Secretary; Miss Hetta L. Reynolds, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, 760 a Harrison street ; Walter 
P. Clark, Treasurer; Miss Myrtle Simpson, Supc. 
Junior Work. The Executive Committee of the 
Union meets at the Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion Building, Mason and Ellis streets, on the first 
Thursday of each month, except the months of 
February, May. August and November, when it 
meets on the second Thursday. Quarterly Conven- 
tions are held in the different churches In the 
Union, the first Thursday of February, May, Aug- 
ust and November. 

Ladies' Pastoral Aid Society of Trinity 
Chukch. Organized in 1873. Meets every Friday 
at 11:30 a.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 flnd 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 
ivho are neglectful of its services, and particularly 
the poorer and friendless classes; in short, to do all 
in Its power, under the guidance and direction of 
the Rector of the parish, to advance the interests 
of the church of Christ, and to extend to those 
around the privileges and blessings of the Gospel. 

Methodist Book Concern (Paclflc Coast 
Agency). Rev. J. D. Hammond, D. D., agent, 1037 
Market street. The depository is also the Pacific 
Coast agency for the Chautauqua publications; also 
Eaton & Mains, New York. 

Pacific Coast Theosophical Committee. 
Headquarters, room 30. Academy of Sciences Build- 
ing, 819 Market street, between Fourth and Fifth 
streets. Object — To promote the propaganda of 



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Religioas Societies. 



Theosophy Id the Pacific Coast States and Terri- 
tories, In Mexico. Canada, Alaska and Hawaiian 
Islands. Committee meetings every Tuesday even- 
ing at 7 o'clock. Oflacers— Dr. Jerome A. Anderson, 
President; Mrs. Sarah A. Harris. Vice-President; 
Amos J. Johnson, Secretary; Paul Runker. Treas- 

Pacific PRESBTTEEiAN UNION. Thls Organiza- 
tion Is composed of ministers and members of 
the Presbyterian Church. Edward Kerr, President; 
H. L. Van Winkle. Treasurer; Alexander Ross, Sec- 
retary. Headquarters of Union, oflace of the Treas- 
urer, 413 Market street. 

People's Place. The. Headquarters. 1422 Hyde 
street, corner Jackson. The People's Place, Rev. 
Henry A. Flsb, B. D., Superintendent, carries on an 
Institutional Church Work with the following 
branches now In operation: Boys' Club and Reading 
Room, 3422 Hyde; Girls' Club and Mustc Classes, 1422 
Hyde; Sewing School of over one hundred girls, cor- 
ner Pacific and Leavenworth streets; Young People's 
meeting every Friday and Sunday evening; Pente- 
cost Mission Sunday preaching at II a. m. and 8 p. m.; 
Sunday School, 2:30 p. m., NW. corner Pacific and 
Leavenworth streets. 

Pbesbttebian 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, Syria, Persia. Africa, 
South America and Chinese In California. The Board 
has the supervision of mission work among Chinese 
women and children in California, viz.: A school 
and home forChlnese girls at 920 Sacramento street. 
San Francisco; general Evangelistic work In San 
Iranclsco; a school at 911 Stockton street, San 
Francisco; schools for Chinese children at Los An- 
geles and San Diego. Mrs. P. D. Browne, President; 
Mrs. I. M. Condlt. State Secretary; Mrs. E. G. Den- 
nlston. Treasurer; Mrs. W. H. Thomas, Recording 
Secretary; Mrs. L. A. Kelley, Corresponding Secre- 
tary. 

Prison and Hospital Religious Association 
OF San Francisco (Unsectarlan). Officers— C. Ged- 
des. President; William Rader, Vice-President; 
William H. Tubb, Secretary and General Missionary, 
1111 Rhode Island street; George D. Baird, Auditor, 
Miss Viola A. DllUn, Collector. 

San Francisco 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— Honorary President, Hon. Charles Goodall; 
Honorary Vice-Presidents, Bishop J. P. Newman, 



R. V. Watt and Wm. Abbott, Vice-Presidents; 
William M. Abbott, Secretary, Claus Spreckels Build- 
1ns. room 1215; Treasurer, Columbian Banking Co. 
Meetings are held at the call of the President. 
Trusteees- Charles Goodall, William Abbott, C. S. 
Holmes. I. J. Truman, C. B. Perkins, R. V. Watt. J. 
W. Whiting. Andrew Nelson, Robert McElroy, W. P. 
HIgglnbotham, J. W. Wetmore. 

San Francisco Deaconess' Home and Bible 
Training School of the M. E. Church. Location 
—618 Halght street. Mrs. Louisa M. Carver. Acting 
Superintendent. The objects of the society are to 
save the sinning, 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. W. W. Case and Mrs. F. D. Bovard, 
Vice-Presidents; Mrs. Joseph H. Soper, Treasurer; 
Mrs. Retta Thompson. Recording Secretary; Mrs. 
Robert McCIellan. Corresponding Secretary; Alice 
Goss, M. D., Examining Physician. 

Seamen's Catholic Institute and Free Read- 
ing Room. The Seamen's Catholic Institute and 
Free Reading Room of San Francisco, California, 
is conveniently situated near the Ferries In the 
Bulkhead Building, No. 9 Mission street, between 
Steuart and East streets. It affords to sailors, with- 
out distinction on account of race, color or creed, a 
meeting place where their leisure hours may be 



spent pleasantly and profitably. The rooms are open> 
daily from 8 a. m. until 10 p. m. On the tables of the^ 
reading-room will be found the dally and weekly 
newspapers, monthly magazines, and a variety or 
Interesting books will also be found on the library 
shelves. A lecture will be given every Sunday 
night at 8 o'clock, to which all are cordially invited. 
Special lectures may be given at other times. The- 
Paullst Fathers of St. Mary's Church. 628 California, 
street. In whose charge the Institute has beea 
placed, will be pleased, at all times, to meet sailors,, 
and to do all that they possibly can for their spirit- 
ual and temporal welfare 

The International Brotherhood League: 
(Unsectarlan). Founded by Mrs. Katherlne A. 
TIngley. Motto: "Truth, Light and Liberation to- 
Discouraged Humanity." General meetings la 
Academy of Sciences Hall every Saturday evenings 
at 8 o'clock; women's meetings and men's meetings 
are held respectively on first and second Wednesdays 
of each month at S o'clock p. m.. in room 30. Acad- 
emy of Sciences building. Managers— Dr Jerome- 
A. Anderson, Mrs. Mercle M. Thirds, Dr. Allen Grif- 
fiths. R. C. Krause and H. B, Monges, Jr. 

Theosophical Society. The. Objects: First — 
To form the nucleus of a universal brotherhood of 
humanity, without distinction of race, creed or- 
color. Second— To encourage the study of com- 
parative religion and philosophy. Third—To Inves- 
tigate unexplained laws of nature and the powers- 
latent In man. Headquarters, rooms 5 and 6, Odd 
Fellows' building. A free circulating library Is- 
located at the headquarters. Open daily from r 
p. m. to 4 p. M. Free public lectures are givea 
every Sunday evening In the same building. Lodge- 
meetings every Wednesday evening. Local officers 
— D. J, Lamoree. President; W. J. Walters, Secre- 
tary; Elizabeth S. Wadham, Vice-President; Jessie- 
C. Brodie, Treasurer. 

The San Francisco Port Society. Organized la 
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 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 providing for 
Its work financially. Officers— Charles Holbrook, 
President; Charles E. Glbbs, Vice-President; A. J. 
Ralston, Treasurer; J. Rowell, Secretary. Direc- 
tors, Edward Coleman, Charles E. Glbbs, Charles 
Holbrook, William Romaine, J. G. Levensaler, A. J^ 
Ralston, C. B. Perkins, Henry F. Eden, and J_- 
Rowell. 

Young Men's Christian Association. Incor- 
porated September 13, 1S53; 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, salt water swimming tank and baths, 
free to all members of this Association; employ- 
ment department for young men, monthly musical 
and literary receptions, lectures on current topics, 
etc., and evening educational classes. Membershli> 
ticket, $10 a year. A reading room well supplied 
with current literature, dally, weekly, pictorial, 
secular and religious papers, free to members. 
Services In the lecture hall of the Association every 
Sunday at 3 p. m.. Monday at 8 p. m. These religious 
services exclusively for young men. Bible classes 
for young men. social evenings, etc. The Associa- 
tion has an extensive and handsome building, one 
of the largest and finest of the kind In the world. 
The auditorium has a seating capacity of one thou- 
sand. The reading room Is open every day from 
9 A. M. to 10 p. M. Officers— J. J.Valentlne. Presi- 
dent; R. V. Watt and C. S. Wright. Vice-Presi- 
dents; I. J. Truman, Treasurer; H. J. McCoy, 
General 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 
young women arriving or residing in the city, and 
the extension of moral and religious surroundings to^ 
all families needing such ministrations 

The association Is located at 1259 O'Farrell street, 
and consists of library, reading, sewing rooms and a 
home for self-supporting girls. The library contains 



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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 looms, sewing, dressmaking 
And millinery classes were inaugurated for working 
s:lrls April 20, 1891. Another branch was established 
At 116a Davis street, October 24. 1892, where a large 
and cheerful hall Is occupied as a lunch room, and 
Junches are furnished to working girls employed In 
the vicinity. 

The monthly meeting is held on the first Friday of 
«ach month. The annual meeting Is held on the first 
Friday In January. Officers— Mrs. Wm. O. Gould, 
President; Mrs. Geo. W. Prescott, 1st Vlce-Presl- 
-dent; Mrs. J. F. Merrill, 2d VIce-PreBldent; Mrs. M. 
P. Jones, 3d Vice-President; Mrs. H. J. Sadler, 4th 
"Vice-President; Miss Helen Van Winkle, Recording 
Secretary; Mrs. S. P. Tuggle, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Mrs. I. H. Morse. Treasurer 

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MASONIC. 

Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Ma sons of 
•California. Meets second Tuesday In October at 
Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. This body was organ- 
ized in the year 1850, and there are now In existence 
two hundred and sixty-seven subordinate lodges, 
■of which sixteen are In the city of San Francisco. 
Frank M. Angellottl, Grand Master, San Rafael; 
-Charles L. Patton, Deputy Grand Master. San Fran- 
cisco; James A. Foshay, Senior Grand Warden. Los 
Angeles; William S. Wells. Junior Grand Warden. 
Martinez; Edward Coleman. Grand Treasurer. San 
Francisco: George Johnson. Grand Secretary, San 
Francisco; Edward B. Church, Grand Chaplain, San 
Francisco; Carroll Cook, Grand Orator, San Fran- 
■cisco; William H. Edwards, Grand Lecturer, San 
Francisco; John W. Boyd. Grand Marshal, Sacra- 
mento; Samuel Prager. Grand Standard Bearer, Los 
Angeles; Charles W. Nutting. Grand Sword Bearer. 
Etna; William Archibald, Grand Bible Bearer, Pilot 
HIU; Clarence W. Kellogg, Senior Grand Deacon, 
Lakeport; Emanuel J. Louis. Junior Grand Deacon, 
^an Diego; Hermann C. Bargmann, Senior Grand 
Steward, Stockton; James C. Ensign, Junior Grand 
Steward, Hanford; James F. Drake, Grand Pursui- 
vant, Redlands: Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, 
San Francisco; Geo. P. Adams, Grand Tyler, San 
Francisco. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of 
California. Meets on third Tuesday ^f April of 
each year at 10 a. m.. Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. 
The governing body of Royal Arch Masons. 

Officers ; Florin L. Jones, Grand High Priest. 
San Francisco; Edward R. Hedges, Deputy Grand 
High Priest, Stockton; Samuel H. Wagener, Grand 
King, San Jose; Lewis C. Wlttenmyer, Grand Scribe. 
Martinez; Franklin Henry Day, Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco; William A. Davles, Grand Secretary, 
«an Francisco; Charles E. Stone, Grand Chaplain, 
Marysvllle; Thomas H.Caswell, Grand Lecturer, San 
Francisco; Charles L. Patton, Grand Captain of the 
Host, San Francisco; Charles F. Lott, Grand Royal 
Arch Captain, OrovlUe; Samuel David Mayer, Grand 
Organist, San Francisco; Charles E. Gillett. Grand 
Guard, Oakland. 

Grand Comhandery of Knights Templar of 
California. Meets on first Thursday after the 
third Tuesday of April of each year, at 10 a. m.. 
Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. It is the legislative 
body of all the commanderles of the State. Officers — 
Sir John F. Merrill, Grand Commander, San Fran- 
cisco; Sir Frederick Miller, Deputy Grand Com- 
mander. Fresno; Sir George B. McKee. Grand Gen- 
eralissimo, San Jose; Sir W. Frank Pierce, Grand 
Captain-General. San Francisco; Sir Charles E. 
Stone. Grand Prelate, Marysvllle; Sir Wm. D. 



Knights, Grand Senior Warden, Sacramento; Sir f 
George SInsabaugh, Grand Junior Warden, Los An- 
geles; Sir Edward Coleman, Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco; Sir William A. Davles, Grand Recorder, 
San Francisco; Sir Charles L. Field, Grand Warder. 
San Francisco; Sir Samuel D. Mayer, Grand Organist, 
San Francisco; Sir George W. Perkins, Grand Cap- 
tain 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- 
August Wackerbarth, Grand Master, Los Angeles; 
Jacob H. Neff, Deputy Grand Master, Colfax; John 
G. Blsbee, Grand Conductor of Work; Franklin H. 
Day, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; WllUam A. 
Davles, Grand Recorder, San Francisco; Thos. Kyle, 
Grand Chaplain. San Francisco; Alexander G. Gard- 
iner, Grand Captain of Guards, Sacramento; James 
B. Merrltt. Grand Lecturer; William B. Scarborough, 
Grand Steward, Los Angeles; Samuel D. Mayer, 
Grand Organist, San Francisco; Charles K. GiUett, 
Grand Sentinel, Oakland. 

Scottish Rite of Free Masonbt, San Fran- 
cisco Consistory No. 1. Meets at call of the Em- 
inent Master at Masonic Temple. 

Godfrey ds St. Omab Cottnoil, No. 1. Knights 
Kadosh. Meets at the call of the Commander at 
Masonic Temple. 

Yerba Buena Chapter, No. 1, Knights Rose 
Croix. Meets at the call of the W. Master at 
Masonic Temple. 

Terba Buena Lodge of Perfection, No. 1. 
Meets every Friday evening at Masonic Temple. 
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 
California Commandery No. 1. Stated assembly 
every Friday evening at Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Commandery No. 16. Stated as- 
sembly first and third Mondays of each month at 
Golden Gate Hall, 625 Sutter street. 

ROYAL ARCH MASONS. 
San Francisco Chapter No. 1. Stated meetings 
first and third Mondays of each month at Masonic 
Temple. 

California Chapter No. 5. Stated meetings 
first and third Tuesdays of each month at Masonic 
Temple. 

ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. 

The Grand Chapter of the Order of thb 
Eastern Star. Organized April 7, 1S73. Meets on 
the third Tuesday in October of each year. The first 
subordinate chapter was organized May 9, 1869. 
There are now 139 chapters, with a membership of 
10,000 under the jurisdiction of the Grand Chapter 
of California. Office of Grand Secretary, room 
68, Flood building, San Francisco. The following 
six chapters meet In San Francisco: 

Golden Gate Chapter No. 1. Meets first and 
third Thursday evenings at 629 Sutter street, Golden 
Gate Commandery Building. 

Ivy Chapter No. 27. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings of each month at 629 Sutter street. 

Harmony Chapter No. 1^4. Meets first and third 
Friday evenings of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Bkulah Chapter No. 99. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings of each month at Masonic 
Hall, Railroad avenue. South San Francisco. 

Mission Chapter No. 155. Meets second and 
fourth Saturday evenings In Masonic Hall, 2628 Mis- 
sion street. 

King Solomon Chapter No. 157, Meets second 
and fourth Thursdav evenings of each month. In 
Franklin Hall, 1839 Fillmore street. 

MASONIC LODGES. 

The Masonic lodges meet In this city as follows: 

California No. 1. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. Geo. K. White, W. M. 

La Parfaite Union No. 17. Meets every Friday 
evening at Masonic Temple. Alexander K. Coney, 
W.M. 

Occidental No. 22. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. E. F. Delger, W. M. 

Golden Gate No. ZO. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. A. J. Raymond, W. M. 

Mount Moriah No. 44. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Masonic Temple. A. Eberhart, W. M. 



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Fidelity No. 120. 
at Masonic Temple. 

Hermann No. 127. Meets every Monday evening 
at Masonic Temple. Richard Stemftzky. W. M. 

Pacific No. 136. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
B. B. Hall, 121 Eddy street. "Wm. E. Lutz, W. M. 

Crockett No. 139. Meets every Wednesday eve- 
ning at Masonic Temple, G. C. Groezlnger, W. M. 

Ohiental No. 144. Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Masonic Temple. James M. Troutt, W. M. 

ExcBLSiOB No. 166. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Masonic Temple. Carroll Cook, W. M. 

Mission No. 169. Meets every Wednesday evening 
at 2628 Mission street. F. H. Gibson, W. M. 

South San Francisco No. 212. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Masonic Hall, southeast cor- 
ner Railroad and Fourteenth avenucB. Charles F. 
lilepert, W. M. 

Doric No. 216. Meets every Thursday evening at 
Masonic Temple, S. Myrson, W. M. 

SpERANZA Italiana No. 219. Mccts cvcry Satur- 
day evening at Masonic Temple. L. Dl Grazla, W. M. 

King Solomon's No. 260. Meets every Monday 
evening at Franklin Hall, 1839 Fillmore street. Chas. 
L. P. Marals, 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. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Officers of the Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F 
Karl C. Brueck, Grand Master. Stockton; W. A 
Bonynge. Deputy Grand Master, Los Angeles; J. L. 
Roblnette, Grand Warden, Sacramento; Geo. T. 
Shaw. Grand Secretary. San Francisco; J. W. Harris, 
Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; J. W. Warboys, 
Grand Representative. Santa Rosa; A. M. Drew. 
Grand Representative. Fresno; C. O. Burton, Grand 
Trustee, San Francisco; John Glasson, Grand 
Trustee. Grass Valley; J. F. Nichols. Grand Trustee 
San Francisco; Kev. E. R. Dllle, Grand Chaplain 
Oakland; M. G. Gill. Grand Marshal, Red Bluff; 
H. C. Howard. Grand Conductor, Woodland; Geo. W. 
Mlnstrell, Grand Guardian, Lakeport; M. P. Forbes, 
Grand Herald, San Francisco. Trustees of Odd 
Fellows' Home— Geo. H. Morrison, P. G. M., San 
Francisco; J. F. Thompson. P. G. M., Eureka; S. B. 
Smith. P. G.P., Sacramento; A. F. Jones, P. G.. 
Oroville; D. Newell, P. G., San Francisco. 

Office— I. O. O. F. Hall. Forty-seventh annual ses- 
sion will be held on Tuesday, May 9, 1899, In San 
Francisco. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES. I. O. O. F., IN SAN 
FRANCISCO 

California Lodge. No. 1. Meets every Monday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

San Francisco Lodge, No. 3. Meets every Fri- 
day evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Harmony Lodge. No. 13. Meets every Tuesday . 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Yerba Buena Lodge, No. 15. Meets every 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Templar Lodge. No. 17. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Magnolia Lodge, No. 29. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Bay City Lodge, No. 71. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Farnsworth Lodge, No. 95. Meets every "Wed- 
nesday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Abou Ben Adeem Lodge, No. 112. Meets every 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Germania Lodge. No. 116. Meets every Thursday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Concordia Lodge, No. 122. Meets every Monday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Apollo Lodge, No. 123. Meets every Friday 
evening at 1. O. O. F. Hall. 



Parker Lodge, No. 124. Meets every Tuesday- 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Spartan Lodge, No. 125. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Masonic Hall. Fourteenth and Railroad 
avenue South. 

Unity Lodge, No. 131. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at southeast corner Sixteenth and Valencia- 
streets. 

Hermann Lodge, No. 145. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 1749 Mission street. 

Pacific Lodge. No. 155. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Ophib Lodge, No. 171. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Occidental Lodge. No. 179. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Cosmopolitan Lodge. No. 194. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Golden Gate Lodge. No. 204. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Alta Lodge. No. 205. Meets every Monday even- 
ng at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Franco-American Lodge. No. 207. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Fidelity Lodge. No. 222. Meets every Monday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Morse Lodge. No. 257. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Odd Fellows's Hall. 

Western Addition Lodge, No. 285. Meets, 
every Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Excelsior Lodge, No. 310. Meets every Monday 
evening at 2319 Mission street. 

Golden 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— 
J. W. Harris. Grand Patriarch, San Francisco ; Joseph 
Foster, Grand High Priest. San Diego; R. D. Gum- 
moe. Grand Senior Warden, Grass Valley; Wm. H.. 
Barnea. Grand Scribe, I. O. O. F. Hall. San Francisco; 
Geo. W. Lemont. Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; 
C. H. Wever. Grand Junior Warden. Alameda; J. T.. 
Doran, Grand Representative, Tulare; O. W. Erle- 
wlne, Grand Representative, Sacramento; H. S. 
Winn. Grand Trustee, San Francisco; F. S. Week. 
Grand Trustee, San Francisco; W. S. Potter, Grand 
Trustee, San Francisco; W. N. Masters. Grand Mar- 
shal. Woodland; James Ashman. Grand Sentinel, 
Los Angeles; H. Dow. Deputy Grand Sentinel. San- 
Francisco. 

Office— I. O. O. F. Hall, San Francisco. Forty-flfth. 
annual session convenes In San Francisco, Tuesday^ 
October 17. 1899. 

ENCAMPMENTS. 

Golden Gate No. 1. Meets second and fourth, 
Saturdays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Walhalla No. 7. Meets first and third Fridays of 
each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

WiLDEY No. 23. Meets first and third Thursday 
evenings in Mission Masonic Hall, 2668 Mission street.. 

Unity No. 26. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays 
of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 



Canton San Francisco. No. 5. Dept. Cal.,. 
Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F. Captain, A. J. 
Duncan. Commandant. Meets first Tuesday of eachi 
month at I. O. O. F. Building. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San Fran- 
cisco. Organized 1880. Officers— M. J. Platshek,. 
President; C. F. O'Neil. Secretary ; Reuben H. Lloyd.. 
Attorney. Office, room 3. Odd Fellows' Building^, 
southwest corner Seventh and Market streets. 

Officers of the Rebefcah Assembly— Dell C. Savage,. 
President, LIvermore; Helen AI. Carpenter. Vice- 
President. Uklah; Caroline A. Hoxett. Warden, 
Gllroy; Mary E. Donoho. Secretary, San Francisco, 
Anna M. Llese, Treasurer. East Oakland; Sophie- 
Hutton, Marshal, Alameda; Fannie Gamble, Con- 
ductor, Santa Rosa; Nellie Mitchell, Chaplain, Grass 
Valley; Ada Madison. Inside Guardian. San Diego; 
Minnie Schroeder, Outside Guardian, Oleta. Trust- 
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Rosa; Mary F. Thorndlke, Stockton; Lois Wj-ckoff. 
Berkeley: Sarah M. Wolf, Sacramento; Fannie Ben- 
jamin, Los Angeles. 

AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

Organized In 1878, and Incorporated under the lawfi 
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 
$500 to 83.000. payable at death; It has a guaran- 
teed fund of 8550,000, which Is annually Increasing 
to Insure full payment of death claims. It has 
twelve hundred Councils throughout the LTnlted 
States and Canada, with a membership of 20,000. 
It disburses, annually, nearly «3.000.000 In payment 
of death claims, having disbursed (since Its organ- 
ization) about J-10.000.000. The organization Is man- 
aged by a Supreme Council, with headquarters at 
Boston, Massachusetts. 

The Grand Council of California was Instituted 
August 8, 1S81, and meets biennially on the first 
Tuesday of May. Grand Secretary's office, 105 St. 
Ann's Building. 6 Eddy street. San Francisco. 

There are flfty-flve subordinate Councils under 
the jurisdiction of the Grand Council, twelve of 
which are located In San Francisco. 

Golden Council No. 118. Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Alcazar Build- 
ing. 

Alta Council No. 147. Meets first and third Fri- 
days of each month at 553 Market street. 

Myrtle Coitncil No. 187. Meets the fourth Wed- 
nesday of each month at Alcazar Building. 

California Council No. 250. Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at 91G Market street. 

Bohemian Council No. 261. Meets fourth Satur- 
day of each month at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post 
street. 

Washington Council No. 480. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays of each month at Red Men's 
Hall, 320 Post street. 

Golden Stab Council No. 548. Meets the fourth 
Thursday of each month at B'nai B'rlth Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Protection Council No 596. Meets the fourth 
Wednesday of each month at B'nal B'rlth Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Metropolis Council No. 640. Meets every Sat- 
urday at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

MT8TIC Council No. 674. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at room 68 Flcod Building. 

Golden Shore Council No. 695. Meets the 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Shlels' Building. 
S2 0'FarrelI street. 



ANCIENT JEWISH ORDER KESHER SHEL 
BARZEL. 

Meets every Sunday evening at 121 Eddy street. 
Harmorlah Lodge meets second and fourth Sunday 
evenings of every mouth at 121 Eddy street. A.N. 
Levy, Secretary. Monteflore Lodge meets every 
Sunday evening at 121 Eddy street. D. N. Davidson, 
Secretary. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Subsidiary High Court of the Pacific Coast was In- 
stituted November 6. 1889. In San Francisco, forming 
a part of the Universal Order known as the Ancient 
Order of Foresters Friendly Society. The High 
Court of the World Is located In Chester. England. 
for the present year. There are 133 Courts in this 
State, one Juvenile Court and several companies 
of the Uniform Rank. 

The Subsidiary High Court officers are: M.Boehm. 
High Chief Ranger. San Francisco; John Hender- 
son. High Sub-Chief Ranger. San Francisco; George 
W. Lunt, High Court Treasurer, San Francisco; O. 
M. Goldaracena, High Court Secretarj-, San Fran- 
cisco; J. W. Chute. High Court Senior Woodward. 
San Jose; J. B. Sanford. High Court Junior Wood- 
ward, Uklah; J. G. Burgess, High Court Senior 
Beadle, El Cajon, Cal.; Geo. F. Brown, High Court 
Junior Beadle. San Francisco: John Falconer. Per- 
mauent Secretary. 102 O'Farrell street. San Frim- 
Cisco. 



The following Courts and Circles meet at 102 
O'Farrell street except when stated otherwise: 

Court Robin Hood, 5931. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays. 

Court Eureka, 6146. Meets arst and third Tues- 
days. 

Court OcrmENTAL, 6676. . Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays. 

Court Star of the West, 6956. Meets Fridays. 

CoiTRT Star of the Mission, 7197. Meets 
Wednesdays. 

Court German-America, 7472. Meets Thurs- 
days. 

Court Twin Peaks. 75pR. 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 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 I^ 2 O'Farrell street. 

Court Mazzini. 7809. Meets first and third Mon- 
days, Stockton and Union streets. 

CoUKT Victoire. 78U. Meets Thursdays. 

Court Justice, 7903. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays. 

Court Kensington, 7904. Meets Mondays, Twen- 
ty-fourth and Church streets. 

Court Franklin. 7907. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays. 



Court California. 7914. Meets first and third 
Mondays. Masonic Hall. South San Francisco. 

Court America. 7916. Meets first and third ilou- 
days. Twenty-fourth street and Potrero avenue. 

Court Concord, 7917. Meets first and third Tues- 
days. 

Court Pride of Potrero, 7918. Meets Fridays. 

Court Sderwood Forest. 7920. Meets first and 
third Wednesdays of each month at 3c> Eddy street. 

Court Bohemian, 8023. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Del Monte. 8131. Meets first and third 
Mondays of each month. 

Court Oak Gkote. 8134. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Ivanhoe, 822S. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

CotntT Vigilant. 8232. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Violet, 8336. Meets Mondays. 

Court Lincoln. 8517. Meets Thursdays at 35 
Eddy street. 

Juvenile Court No. 1. Meets second and fourth 
Fridays of each month. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST. 

Officers of Supreme Circle — Mrs. Sarah Beversen, 
Grand Chief Companion. San Francisco; Mrs. M. E. 
Falconer, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Mrs. F. 
N. Morrow, Grand Secretary, San Francisco; Mrs. 
Virginia Cervelll, Grand Right Guide. San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. George J. Berger, Grand Left Guide. 
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, first and third 
Mondays. 

Eureka Circle No. 39. Meets at A. 0. F. HaJl, ■ 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and third 
Thursdays. 



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Twin Peaks Ciecle No. 102. Meets at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and 
fourth Fridays. 

CALrroRiiA CiBCLE No. 103. Meets at A. O. F. 
Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first and 
tliird Wednesdays. 

Justice Circle No. 104. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Fridays. 

Mazzini Circle No. 106. Meets at cor. Union and 
Stockton streets, San Francisco, second and fourth 



FRAUKLiif CtECLE No. 115. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Fridays. 

Oak Leaf Circle No. 116. Meets at Masonic 
Hall, South San Francisco, second and fourth Frl- 

Artemis Circle No. 120. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and fourth 
Wednesdays. 



America Circle No. 128. Meets at Mission Ma- 
sonic Temple, 2668 Mission street, San Francisco, 
second and fourth Fridays. 

Sheewood Circle No. 129. Meets at A. O. F 
building, 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, Mon- 

Olympia Circle No. 141. Meets at A. O. F. 
building. 102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, first 
and third Fridays. 

Loyal Circle No. 179. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
102 O'Farrell street, Mondays. 

Liberty Circle No. 180. Meets at Mission Par- 
lor building, 3445 Seventeenth street, San Francisco, 
second and fourth Thursdays, 

Violet Circle No. 182. Meets at A. O. F. Hall 
102 O'Farrell street, San Francisco, second and 
fourth Thursdays. 

Past Chief Companions' Association meets at A. O 
F. Building, 102 O'Farrell street, Thursdays. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

State OiHcers— President, J. J. Donovan. San Fran- 
cisco; Secretary, Edward I. Sheehan, San Francisco; 
Treasurer, John P. Henry. San Francisco; Chaplain 
Rev. D. O. Crowley, San Francisco. Headquarters 
of the Board, 120 Ninth street. Meetings in Hiber- 
nia Hall. 

County OBicers— P. J. McCormicli, President; 
Eugene J. Hannon, Secretary. Meets fourth Mon- 
day at 1'20 Ninth street. 

DmsioN No. 1, A. O. H. A. Meets first Wednes- 
day of each month at 1159 Mission street. 



of . 

DiTisiox 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 Hibernia Hall. 

DiTisiox No. 12, A. O. H. A. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at Hibernia Hall. 

Division No. U, A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Fridays of each month at Hibernia Hall. 



Hall. 

Dmsrox No. 17. A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month at Silk's Hall. 

Division No. 20, A. O. H. A. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays of each month at Hibernia Hall. 



ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEW 

Organized as a fraternal beneficial society in Octo- 
ber, 1868. at Meadville, Pa., and established in Call 
fornia August 21. 1875, by the institution of Californi* 
Lodge at Oakland. 

The Grand Lodge of Californfa was organized 
November 17. 1877, and meets annually on the first 
Tuesday of April. Its headquarters are 65-66 Flood 
Bnildlng. Offlcers— Grand Master Workman, George 
H. Bahrs, San Francisco; Grand Foreman, J. M. Col- 
lins, Fresno; Grand Overseer, J. H. Flint, Marys- 
ville; Grand Recorder, Frank S. Poland, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Receiver, Sam Booth, San Francisco; 
Grand Guide, James Popert, Sacramento: Grand 
Inside Watchman, C. S. Curtis, San Francisco: 
Grand Outside Watchman, J. D. NIeld, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Medical Examiner, Dr. J. Mayon, Oak- 
land; Deputy Gland Master Workman. Edwin Dan- 
forth, San Francisco; Grand Lecturer, William H. 
Barnes, San Francisco. 

LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 
San Francisco No. 4. Meets every Wednesday- 
evening at Bed Men's Hall, 330 Post street. 

Golden Gate No. 8. Meets every Thursday 
evening at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Harmony No. 9. Meets every Saturday evenlDS 
at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

Terra 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. 

Unity No. 27. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Valley No. 30. Meets every Wednesday evenlns 
at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Spartan No. 36. Meets every Saturday evening 
at Alcazar Building. 120 O'Farrell street. 

Magnolia No. 41. Meets every Monday evenlnr 
at 320 Post street. 

Myrtle No. 42. Meets every Saturday evening, 
except the second, at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 
street. 

Franklin No. 44. Meets every Friday evening at 
No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

Hercitles No. 53. Meets every Friday evenine 
at Franklin Hall, 1839 Fillmore street, 

Washington No. 60. Meets every Monday even 
Ing at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

BuKxs No. 68. Meets every Thursday evening at 
Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

St. John No. 73. Meets every Thursday evening 
at Alcazar Building. 120 O'Farrell street. 

Excelsior No. 126. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Olympic No. 127. Meets second and fourth Tues- 
day evenings at Foresters' Hall. 20 Eddy street. 

Fidelity No. 136. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Red Men's Hall, 320 Post street. 

Bay View No. 159. Meets every Friday evening 
at Corinthian Hall, South San Francisco. 

Memorial No. 174. Meets every Monday evenlnjB 
at No. S2 O'Farrell street. 

Friendship No. 179. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 

TEltjMPH No. ISO. Meets every Tuesday evening 
at Friendship Hall. I. O. O.F. Building, corner Mar- 
ket and Seventh streets. 

NoE Valley No. 185. Meets every Tuesday even 
ing at Twenty-fourth and Church streets. 

Alta No. 242. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
3092 Twenty-fourth street. 

Fairmount No. 247. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at Stanford Hall, 1579 Valencia street. 

EonEKA Valley No. 2.52. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Twin Peaks Hall, 403 Noe street. 

Golden West No. 264. Meets every Saturday 
evening at Potrero Hall. 

Crocker No. 302. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Peospeeity No. 809. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell street. 

Park No. .327. Meets every Thursday evening at 
Devlsadero Hall, 325 Devisadero street. 



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DEGREE OF HONOR. A. O. U. TV. 

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 la 1873. 
A Grand Lodge was organized May 25, 1893, 
and a beneficial department provided to the 
amount of $1,000. Grand Lodge Officers— Past Grand 
Chief of Honor, Mrs. Nellie J. Masters, Los Angeles; 
Grand Chief of Honor, Mrs. Evelyn F. Mayon, Oak- 
land; Grand Lady of Honor, Mrs. Viola S. Norman. 
Monrovia; Grand Chief of Ceremonies, Mrs. Flora J. 
Nay, Pasadena; Grand Recorder, Mrs, Kate M. 
Poland, rooms 65-66 Flood Building. San Francisco; 
Grand Receiver, Miss Margarette H. Ohea. San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Usher. Mrs. Cordelia Albln, Fresno; 
Grand Inner "Watch, Mrs. Minnie F. HolUs. San 
Francisco; Grand Outer Watch. Mrs. Eva G. Booth. 
Los Angeles; Medical Examiner, Dr. J. L. Mayon, 
Oakland. 

Silver Sprat No. 3. Meets first and third Tues- 
day evenings at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Past Master Workmen's Association of the 
A. O. U. W. Officers— C. S. Curtis, President; F. J. 
McGulre, Recorder. Meets at 32 O'Farrell street. 

BENEVOLENT I AND PROTECTIVE ORDER 
OF' ELKS. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 3. Instituted Au- 
gust 24, 1896. Meets every Friday evening at south- 
east corner Sutter street and Grant avenue. J. K, 
Howell. District Deputy G. E. R. State of California, 
Officers— H. S. Manning, E. R.; T. F. Bonnet, E. L 
K.: J. N. Odell, E. L. K.; P. Bolger, E. L. K.; 
Herman Kohn, Secretary, 306 Market street; H. S. 
Hagan, Treasurer; L. G. Weatherly, Tyler; T. E. 
Dunne, Esquire; Wm. Jones, Chaplain; F. Blum- 
berg, Inside Guard. Trustees- J. P. Dunne, V. R. 
Ulman, D. McMillan.. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVO- 
LUTION. 

Object— Protection of historical spots, encourage- 
ment of historical research, preservation of relics 
and records of the Revolution and to foster true 
patriotism. State Regent, Mrs. V. K. Maddox; Hon- 
orary State Regents. Mrs. William Alvord, Mrs. 
Jessie Benton Fremont. 

Sequoia Chapter. Organized December !0. 1891, 
Meets from September to May inclusive at rooms 
of Chapter in Sorosls Club Building, 1620 Cali- 
fornia street. Officers — Mrs. Henry Wetherbee, 
Chapter Regent; Mrs. C. T. Mills, Vice-Chapter 
Regent. 

PUERTA DEL ORO CHAPTER. 

Of the members September 
Officers— Mrs. Henny Gibbons, Chapt' 
John F. Swift, Vice-Chapter Regent. 

California Chapter. Meets at residences of the 
members September to May inclusive. Officers- 
Mrs. A. L. Bancroft, Chapter Regent; Mrs Timothy 
Hopkins, Vice-Chapter Regent. 

FORESTERS OF AMERICA. 

The objects of this order re to unite fraternally 
all white males of good cha^^acter, between the ages 
of eighteen and fifty years,-t!b 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 le known as the Su- 
preme Court, an3 was organized In Minneapolis on 
August 15, 18S9, having on that day seceded from the 
Ancient Order of Foresters In England. The Su- 
preme Court meets biennially. Next meeting at 
Detroit. Michigan. 

Grand Court of California organized November 
20, 1S89. Officers for the year ending May, 1900: J. 
Samuels. P. G. C. R., San Francisco; Joseph W. 
Hughes. G. C. R.. Sacramento; Hugo R. Asher, G. S. 
C.R., San Francisco; F. Conklln, G. Treasurer, San 
Francisco; Jno, J. Cordy, G. Secretary. San Fran- 
cisco; R. E. Bevun, G. Recording Secretary. Marys- 



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vine; John Heenan, G. S. W., San Francisco; Dr. 
W. A.Weldon, G.J. W.. San Pedro; Charles H. Hogg. 
G. S. B.. San Jose; Max Grimm, G. J. B., Stockton. 
Grand Trustees— H. A. Gabriel, Santa Clara; Dr. 
George Pasche, Los Angeles; E. Lampe, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Secretary's office, third floor. Alcazar 
Building, 120 O'Farrell street. San Francisco. 

Nexi meeting of Grand Court will convene in 
San Luis Obispo, Cal., first Tuesday In May. 1900. 

Thirty-eight 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 Bay City No. 11. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Eucleian No. 1 
Mondays of each month. 

Court Eclipse No. 14, 
Monday evenings. 

Court Hubertus No. 15 (German). Meets every 
Friday evening in Druids Hall. 413 Sutter street. 

Court Justice No. 16. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays 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 in B. B. Hall, 121 
Eddy street. 

Court Zenith No, 21. Meets every first and 
third Monday evening. 

Court Golden State No. 22. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Court Defiance No. 23. Meets ever? Thurs- 
day evening. 

Court Stanford No. 
fourth Tuesdays of each month. 

Court Magnolia No. 29. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month i 

Court El Dorado No. 81. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month. 

Court Golden Eagle No. 
third Thursday evenings. 

Court Golden Era No. 3i 
third Fridays of each month. 

Court Washington No. 3' 
third Thursdays of each month. 

Court Presidio No. 40. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings In Stelmke's Hall, Octavia j-nd 
Union streets. 

Court Mayflower No. 41. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month in Mission I';irlor 
Hall, 3445 17th street. 

CouET Verba Buena No. 42. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each mouth. 

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 first and third Friday 
evenings. 

Court Palo Alto No. 53. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month Elks Hall. Sutter 
street and Grant avenue. 

Court Columbia No. 55. Meets every first and 
third Tuesday evening. 

Court Hayes Valley No. .59. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings In Mowry Hall. 

Court Live Oak No. 67. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month In Masonic Hall, Railroad 
and 15th avenues. South San Francisco. 






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Court Barbabossa No. 79 (German). Meets 
every Thursday evening at 1749 Mission street. 

Court Richmond No. 86. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month In Fraternal Hall, Fillmore 
and Bush streets. 

Court Independence No. 101. Meets every Mon- 
day evening. 

Court Fkrrucoio No. 132 (Italian). Meets first 
dnd third Tuesdays of each month in Washington 
Squaie Hall, corner Stockton and Union streets. 

Court Sutro Heights No. 136. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each mouth at Balboa Hall, N. 
S.G. W. Hall. 

Court Pride of California No. 1 (Junior 
Branch). Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of 
each month. 

Court Young America No. 2 fJunior Branch). 
Meets first and third Thursdays of each month In 
Potrero Opera House. 

Court Pride of the Golden West No. 3 
(Junior Branch). Meets first and third Wednesdays 
of each month In Shiels Building. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST OF AMERICA. 

The Companlonfl of the Forest of America Is the 
recognized ladles' branch of the Foresters of Amer- 
ica. This branch has the power of making Its own 
laws without interference from the parent organiza- 
tion, and Is under the control of the Supreme 
Circle. The next meeting of the Supreme Circle 
win convene In Providence, R. I., on the first Tues- 
day In September. 1899. 

Grand Circle of California. Organized Jan- 
nary 28. 1888. Officers for the year ending June 1, 
1899— Mrs. E. Harrington. P. G. C. C, San Francisco: 
Ira W. Coburn. Grand Chief Companion, San Fran- 
cisco; Mrs. Flora Jacobs. Grand Sub-Chief Com- 
panion, San Francisco; Miss A. D. Bremer, Grand 
Financial Secretary. Alameda; Mrs. L. Atwood, 
Grand Recording Secretary. San Francisco; Mrs. K. 
A. Haughy. Grand Treasurer. San Francisco; Miss J. 
Wokurka. Grand Marshal. Santa Barbara; Miss Mary 
Foye. Grand Right Guide. San Francisco; Mrs. J. W. 
Shaffer. Grand Left Guide, Kern City; A. P. Shcrer, 
Grand inner Guard, Jamestown; A. M. Martin, 
Grand Outer Guard. Watsonvllle; Miss E. Russell. 
Grand Organist. San Francisco; Mrs. R. Kemp van 
Ee, of San Francisco; Mrs. L. Holland, of San Fran- 
cisco and Mrs. A. Davis, of Oakland. Grand Trustees; 
Mrs. E. A. Carah, P. G. C. C. M. E. Licht and Mrs. E. 
Harrington. P. G. C. C, Grand Auditors; Grand Fi- 
nancial Secretary's office. 823 Central Avenue, 
Alameda. 

The next meeting of the Grand Circle will con- 
vene on Wednesday. June 1, 1899. In San Francisco. 

There are forty circles In the State, seventeen 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 Tuesdays of each month. 

Meets second 



Live Oak Circle No. 29. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays uf each month. 

Olympus Circle No. 42. Meets first and third 
Fridays of each month in Mission Opera Hall. Mis- 
sion street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
streets. 

Meets first and third 



103. Meets first and 



Golden Era Circi 
third Thursdays of eac 

BoNiTA Circle No 
Thursdays of each moi 
fourth and Folsom .stri: 

Pride ot the Forest Circle No. 20L Meets 
first and third Tuesdays of each month In Myrtle 
Hall. Seventh and Railroad aveuues. South Sua 
Francisco. 



Inter Nos Circle No. 215. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. 

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 Stelmke's Hall, Octavla. 
near Union street. 

Palo Alto Cikcle No. 329. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays. 

Fersuccio Circle No. 452. Meets tlrst and third 
Thursdays In Washington Square Hall. 509 Union 
street. 

Independence Circle No. 454. Meets every 
Thursday. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Department of California and Nevada. Or- 
ganized April 15. 1867. Headquarters. City Hall, 
third floor. Objects — To organize, and to promote 
and perpetuate a fraternal feeling amongst all hon- 
orably discharged soldiers, marines and sailors who 
served In the war of the Rebellion; also to aid those 
of them who are In distress, and to provide for 
widows and orphans of deceased comrades. Eligi- 
bility to membership— Service between April 12, 
1861, and April 9. 1865. No person eligible who has 
at any time borne arms against the United States. 

Officers of the Department— A. F. Dill, Dept. Com- 
mander. San Diego; Henry C Dibble. S. V. Dept. 
Commander, San Francisco; Geo. M. Mott. J. V. Dept. 
Commander. Sacramento; T. C. Masteller. A. A. 
General, San Francisco; Eugene WIegand. A. Q. M. 
General, San Francisco; Dr. L. T. Holland, Medical 
Director, Los Angeles; Rev. W. A. Knighten, Chap- 
lain, Los Angeles. 

Council of Administration— J G. Glestlng, A. Maut- 
ner, R Graham, San Francisco; Sam Kutz, Los An- 
geles; A. D. Thatcher, Pomona. 

Organized May 27. 1867. 
:enlng at 121 Eddy street. 
C. J. Handley, Commander 

Geo. H. Thomas Post No. 2. Meets first and 
third Tuesday evenings at 320 Post street. J. Mur- 
ray Bailey. Commander. 

James A. Garfield Post No. 34. Meets every 
Tuesday at 114 O'Farrell street. Jacob WoUner, 
Commander. 

Colonel Cass Post No. 46. Meets first Wednes' 
day evening at Mission Parlor Hall, Seventeenth and 
Valencia streets. James Butler, Commander. 

Gen. Geo. G. Meade Post No. 48. Meets first 
and third Tuesday evenings at 102 O'Farrell street. 
A. E. Leavltt, Commander. 

Liberty Post No. 133. Meets third Thursday- 
evening at 1133 Mission street. Z. McLaughlin, Com- 
mander. 

Veteran Guard of California, G. A. R. Organ- 
ized April 11, 1885. Number of members, 75. Meets 
every Mondav at California Hall, 620 Bush street. 
J. Knowlton." Captain; W. E. B. Bartholow, Adju- 
tant; Eugene WIegand. Quartermaster; J.J.Frank. 
Commissary; J. H. Banfleld, 1st Sergeant. 

Grand Army of the Repitblic Cemetery As- 
sociation— Incorporated January 28th, 1870 Meet- 
ings held at 422 California street. Objects— •' To hold 
grounds to be used as a cemetery for the burial 
of deceased members of the Grand Army, and also 
for the Interment of rfny and all persons who may 
have honorably served in the land or naval forces of 
the United States during the Rebellion of 1861 to 
1865, who may hereafter become deceased." Annual 
meetings held last Tuesday In January. 

Officers— H. T. Hobbert, President; C. W. Gordon, 
Vice-President; J. C. Innes, Secretary, 1207 Bush 
street; 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 
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Department Offlcers of California and Nevada— 
AbMe D. Silvester. Dept. President. Riverside: 
Eliza R. Warburton, S. V. Dept. President. San 
Dleeo; Mary J. Souder. J. V. Dept. President, ban 
Francisco; Sarah A. Davis. Treasurer. Riverside; 
Lavlna Kellogg. Chaplain, Newcastle ; Marlon 
Squire. Secretary. Riverside; Mary E. Hartwell. 
Councilor. Los Angeles. Executive Board-Carr e 
Ey Santa Ana; Melissa Plxley. San Jacinto; Hattle 
Hill. Los Angeles; Mary E. Hattery. San Bernar- 
dino- Rosa Hughes. Pomona. Home Board— Susie 
McFarlln. Oakland; Lcttle Wlnans. Petaluma; Liz- 
zie Hill. San Jose. Augusta Tozer. Sacramento. Ida 
Fitzgerald. Vallejo. 

Lincoln Coeps No. 3. Edith M. Comstock. Presi- 
dent; Alice L. Staples. Secretary; Mary E. Fergu- 
son. Treasurer. Meets every Thursday evening at 
35 Eddy street- 

James a. Gabfield Coeps No. 21. Mary Sou- 
ders President; Nellie Hendrlxsen. Secretary; Dora 
■Wllkens. Treasurer. Meets at 120 O'Farrell street 
every Tuesday evenlne- 

Gexeeal Geoege G. Meade Coeps No. 61. Ablile 
Trask. President; Helen Black. Secretary; Hattle 
• M Baldwin. Treasurer. Meets arst and third Tues- 
day evenings at 102 O'Farrell street. 

Ladies of the Grand Aemt of the REPtrBltc. 
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 Armv of the Republic in all Its charitable 
and benevolent work. Eligibility — All mothers, 
wives, sisters and daughters of soldiers, sailors or 
marines who served honorably during the war of 
the Rebellion; also army nurses of good character. 
Seven Pines Cikcle No. 8. Meets every Monday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Department Offlcers— Mrs. E. J. Waggoner. Dept. 
President. Sacramento; Mrs. Belllngham. S. V. Dept. 
President. Los Angeles; Mrs. Mattle Hanson. J. V. 
Dept President. San Jose; Mrs. Mary Smith. Treas- 
urer. San Francisco; Mrs. C. R. Mayhugh. Chaplain. 
San Francisco; Mrs. Pauline Willis, Councilor, San 
Francisco. 

Council of Administration— Olive Welsh, San Jose ; 
Mary Brough, Vallejo; Lena Scholten, San Fran- 
cisco. 

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. 

Addresses of the Great Chiefs of the Great Coun- 
cil and Tribal Directory of the Reservation of Cali- 
fornia. Great Chiefs— Geo. W. Collins. Great Sachem. 
San Francisco; E. B. Wilson, Great Senior Sagamore, 
Sacramento; F. D. Brandon, Great Junior Sagamore. 
San Francisco; F. A. Whipple. Great Prophet, Fort 
Bragg- C F. Burgman. Great Chief of Records. San 
Francisco; Wm. J. Smith. Great Keeper of Wampum, 
San Francisco; Joslah Sims. Great Representative, 
Nevada City; Geo. W. Lovle. Great Representative, 
Redwood City; C. F. Burgman. Great Representative. 
San Francisco; P. L. Bliss. Great Sannnp. San Fran- 
cisco; L. C. Berlin. Great Mlshlnewa. San Francisco; 
P S Seymour. Great Guard of Wigwam. San Fran- 
cisco; s; L. Richards. Great Guard of Forest. Grass 
Valley; Great Trustees— Wm. Rotrosky, Henry A. 
Chase. Benj. F. Josselyn. 

There are forty-six tribes In the State. The fol- 
lowing meet In San Francisco: 

Akapahoe No. 76. Every Friday evening at 320 
Post street. 

AewASHTE No. 89. Every Friday evening at Twin 
Peaks Hall. Noe and Seventeenth streets. 

Bald Eaole No. 75. Every Friday evening at 
120 O'Farrell street. 

MiANTONOMAH No. 9. Every Tuesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Manzanita No. 4. Every Wednesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

MODOo No. 57. Every Thursday evening at 320 
Post street. 

Montezuma No. 77. Every Tuesday evening at 
820 Post street. 

OSHONEE No. 78. Every Wednesday evening at 
32 O'Farrell street. 



Osceola No. 71. Every Thursday evening at 3-20 
Post street. 

Pocahontas No. 11. Every Friday evening at 
320 Post street. 

Pohonachee No. 10. Every Monday evening at 
3'20 Post street. 

Seminole No. 54. Every Wednesday evening at 
320 Post street. 

SOTOTOME No. 12. Every Thursday evening at 
320 Post street. 

White Eagle No. 72. Every Tuesday evening at 
Twenty-fourth street and Potrero avenue. 

WINNEMUCCA No. 61. Every Friday at 320 Post 
street. 

Altahmos No. 87. Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at 1839 Fllmore street 

COUNCILS, DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS 

Alfaeetta Council No. 10. Meets every Friday. 
35 Eddy street. 

Daughtees of Montezuma No. 15. Meets every 
Monday evening at 320 Post street. 

Pocahontas No. 8. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Matoaka. No. 18. Meets every Wednesday. 
Twenty-fourth street and Potrero avenue. 

IMPEOVED OEDEE OF RED MEN'S HaLL ASSOCIA- 
TION of San Feancisoo. Sleets the second Monday 
of each month at 320 Post stieet. Offlcers— Davis 
Louderback. President; Benjamin F. Josselyn, Vice- 
President; William J. Smith. Secretary; William 
Rotrosky. Treasurer. 

INCORPORATED BENEVOLENT AND PRO- 
TECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 6 (Incorporated!. 
Meets at Alcazar Building. 120 O'Farrell street. 
John Coefleld. Exalted Ruler; J. R. Angelovich. 
Esteemed Leading Knight; W. Kugeler. Esteemed 
Loyal Knight; A. Cununlngham. Esteemed Lecturing 
Knight; John H. Harney. Recording Secretary; 
Hugh J. Willis. Financial Secretary; S. Graf. 
Treasurer: E. K. Hill. Tyler; H. H. Davis, H. Hel- 
wegen and J. W. Thrasher. Trustees; E. R. Preston, 
inside Guard; F. Rothman. Esquire. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER B'NAI B'RITH. 

DiSTEicT Geand Lodge No. -1. Sig. Sichel. Grand 
President, Portland, Oregon; I. J. Aschhelm. Grand 
Secretary. 1137 Geary street: Benjamin Harris. 
Grand "rreasurer. Annual meeting on the third 
Sunday In February. 

B'NAI B'eith Hall Association. Organized to 
build and maintain a suitable hall for the order, and 
to rent lodge rooms. The fine structure for such 
purposes at 121 Eddy street was designed and erected 
by the Association. It contains, besides a flue 
library, an excellent dancing hall and well-appointed 
dining rooms. Offlcers— Jos. Rothschild. President; 
I J Aschhelm, 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 S5IJ0 to S5.000 — to 
Its members atlowbutflxed 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 himself person- 
ally and he receives a paid-up certincate for the re- 
ma'lnlng one-half, paid to his beneficiary at his death. 
Each member of the Order Is also entitled to free 
medical attendance, by the Court Physician, when- 
ever he may require such attendance, and by the 
payment of a small sum monthly he Is entitled to a 
sick benefit of from 83.00 to »5.00 per week, and a 
funeral benefit of «50.00 at death. The Order Is man- 
aged by the Supreme Court, with headquarters at 
Toronto. Ont. The Pacific Coast branch offlce Is at 
rooms 14-16, Phelan Building, San Francisco. The 
High Court of California was Instituted April 11. 
IS90. and Is located at Los Angeles. Following are 
the High Court offlcers for the year 1899— G. A. Mc- 
Elfresh. H. C. R.. Bryson Block. Los .Angeles: F. M. 
Parker. P. H. C. R.. Los Angeles: Chas. S. Pecry. 
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H. Perry, High Secretarv, Bryson Block, Loe Angelee; 
W. E. Reavls, High Treasurer. Loe Angeles; K. W. 
O'Bannon. M. D., High Physfclan, HolUster; O. G. 
Hopkins, High Counselor, Sacramento. The next 
High Court session will be held at Fresno on the 
second Tuesday in October. 1^99. The following 
Courts are located In San Francisco: 

Court Golden Gate No. 603. J. H. Wiley, Dis- 
trict Deputy, 931 Mission etreet. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays lo Washington Hall. 35 Eddy street. 

Court Endkatob N6. 627. O. J. Joly, District 
Deputy, 708J>^ Larkln street. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy Btreet. 

Court San Francisco No. 822. C. F. Stewart, 
District Deputy, 129 Saneome street. Meets second 
and fourth Tuesdays at 320 Post street. 

Court Terba Buena No. 913. W. I. Avery, Dis- 
trict Deputy, 3278 2lBt street. Meets every Tues- 
day at 32 O'Farrell Btreet. 

Court Diana No. 1133. J. B. Knudson, District 
Deputy, 58 2d street. Meets every Thursday at 20 
Eddy street. 

Court Southern Heights No. 1150. Thos. P. Jar- 
vis District Deputy, 308 Iowa street. Meets first and 
third Tuesdays In Potrero Opera House. 

Court Golden Era No. 1315. James Hurry, 
District Deputy. 10 9th street. Meets second and 
fourth Mondays in Foresters' Hall, 20 Eddy street. 

Court Mission No. 1369. L. A. Kern, District 
Deputy, 3360 Twenty-flrst street. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays In Native Sons* Hall, 3445 
Seventeenth street. 

Court Sunset No. 1542. M. B.Schofield, District 
Deputy, 2428 California street. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays In Franklin Hall. 1839 Fillmore street. 

Court Noe Valley No. 1729. H. Brunhofer, 
District Deputy, 3073 32d street. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays In Duveneck Hall, corner Church 
and 24th streets. 

Court Seal Rook No. 3041. E. N. Cameron, Dis- 
trict Deputy, 351 Devlsadero street. Meets first and 
third Mondays at Devlsadero Hall, 317 Devlsadero 
street. 

Court Precita No. 3398. C. Muller, District Dep- 
uty. 22 Oak Grove avenue. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdavs In Masonic Hall, Mission street, between 
22d and iSd. 

Court Alcyone No. 3515. F. W. Geiger, District 
Deputy. 4 Burrltt street. Meets fourth Thursday In 
Harmony Hall, 320 Post street, 

Court Acacia No. 3742. E. H. Howell, District 
Deputy, 1334 Union street. Meets fourth Monday 
of each month in I. O. F. office, room 16 Phelan 
Building. 

Court Point Lobos No. 3945. J. H. Slvers, Dis- 
trict Deputy, 29 Jessie street. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays in Richmond Hall, corner 4th 
avenue and Clement street. 

Court Apollo No. 3946. J. A. Borne, M. D.. Dis- 
trict Deputy. 2032 Howard street. Meets first and 
third Thursdays In Mission Opera House, 2131 Mission 
street. 

Court Friar Tuck No. 3947. H. T. Moore, Dis- 
trict Deputy, with Hlcks-Judd Company, 21 First 
street. Meets second and fourth Mondays at 320 Post 
street. 

Court Madrone No. 3949. G. L. Withers, Dis- 
trict Deputv, 14 Fair Oaks street. Meets first and 
third Thursdays In Golden West Hall, 320 Post street. 

Court Golden Gate Park No. 4004. Andrew 
Mocker, Chief Ranger, 1021 Page street. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesdays In Devlsadero Hall, 317 
Devlsadero street. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Organized In the United States In 1776; established 
In California In 1860. Meets at 510 Bush street. 
There are fourteen Stamma or Tribes Jn this State. 
Officers— John Mangels, Grand Chief, San Francisco; 
B. A. Sammann. Grand Secretary, 1209 Fillmore 
street, San Francisco. 

Independent Order Red Men's Hall Associa- 
tion. Meetings held second Tuesday of each month 
at 510 Bush street. Officers— Charles Schlesslnger, 
President; WlUlara Gelstllch. Vice-President; B. A. 
Sammann, Secretary, 1209 Fillmore street; D. H. 
Schrlefer, 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. 
Qualifications 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-beneficial 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. 

Nor Is the word "Mechanic" to be construed 
literally. It refers In no manner to artisans, but 
embraces every pursuit. 

State Councilor, H. G. Squler, San Jose, Cal.; 
State Vice-Councilor, J. F. Burns, Los Angeles; 
State Council Secretary, H. Paine, 1675 12th street, 
Oakland. 

Subordinate councils In San Francisco: 

A. Lincoln Council No. 2. Meets at 121 Eddy 
street every Thursday evening. 

Starr King Council No. 6. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

U. S. Grant Council No. 19. Meets at 32 O'Far- 
rell street every Friday evening. 

James A. Garfield Council No. 21. Meets at 32 
O'Farrell street every Monday evening. 

Alexander Hamilton Council No. 35. Meets, 
every Wednesday evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 



KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

Organized at Louisville. Kentucky, June 30, 1873. 
California Lodge, the first organized In this State, 
was established In Sacramento April 28, 1877. Its 
objects 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- 
seven lodges In California, twenty-three 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.J.Thompson, Grand Vice-Dictator, San Francisco; 
Thomas Johnstone, Grand Reporter, San Fran* 
Cisco; Thomas Learned, Grand Assistant Dic- 
tator, San Francisco; F. W. Zehfuss, Grand 
Treasurer, San Francisco; John L. Orr, Grand Chap- 
lain, Sacramento: Thomas Learned, Grand Guide. 
San Francisco; H. C. Farrier, Grand Guardian, San 
Francisco; W.- S. Lane, Grand Sentinel, Fresno; 
A. H. Volgt, Past Grand Dictator, Los Angeles; 
George J. Vincent. Grand Trustee, San Fran- 
cisco; Scott Elder, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; 
Ge*>rge W. Lemont. Grand Trustee, San Francisco; 
C, F. Carry, Supreme Lodge Representative, San 
Francisco; John W. Rourke, Supreme Lodge Repre- 
sentative, San Francisco; C. A. Garthorne, Supreme 
Lodgt^ Alternate. San Francisco; W. W. Morlson, 
Supreme Lodge Alternate, Oakland. 

Anchor Lodge No. 2366. Meets every Monday 
evening at 35 Eddy street. J. C. Williams, Reporter. 

Charter Oak Lodge No. 1755. Meets first and 
third Friday evenings of each month at 410 Kearny 
street. H. K. Cummlngs. Reporter. 

CoNFroENCE Lodge No. 2282. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 411 
California street. Harry J. Lask, Reporter. 

Eagle Lodge No. 22(M. Meets first and third 
Wednesday evenings of each month at 20 Eddy 
street. J. K. Phillips. Reporter. 



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EuEEKA Lodge No. 1756. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings at 20 Eddy street. George Y. 
Derning, Reporter. 

Fah West Lodge No. 23^. Meets second and last 
Thursday evenings at Stelner and Geary streets. 
E. A. BuIllB. Reporter. 

FiDKLiTT Lodge No. 2108. Meets first and third 
Friday evenings of each month at Red Men's Build- 
ing. T. S. Hotchklss, Reporter. 

FoRTTTNA Lodge No. 3149. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings at 20 Eddy street. A. 
Devoto, Reporter. 

. Feiendshtp Lodge No. 1T31. Meets first and 
third Monday evenings at Alcazar Building. E. Bon- 
nell, Reporter. 

Gebmania Lodge (works In German) No. niS. 
Meets every Tuesday evening at AJcazar 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 every Thurs- 
day evening at Alcazar building. Fred Ralsch. Re- 
porter. 

Leland Stanford Lodge No. 3872. Meets every 
Thursday evening at 20 Eddy street. J. J. Beran 
Reporter. 

Liberty Lodge No. 3496, Meets every Monday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. B. I. Solomon, 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. 1923. Meets every 
Monday evening at AJcazar building. S. Baum, Re- 
porter. 

Saxon Lodge No. 1848. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at 20 Eddy street. C. H. 
Brodensteln. Reporter. 

Tanceed Lodge No. 1927. Meets second and 
fourth Saturdays of each month at Alcazar building. 
Scott Elder, Reporter. 

Union Lodge No. 1S95. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at Shlels' building. Cbaa. 
G. Schaefer. Reporter. 

Yekba Bdena Lodg] 
day evening at Alcaza 
porter. 

YosEMTTE Lodge No. 1930. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings of each month at 102 
O'Farrell street. 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, either male or female. 

The Grand Lodge of California was organized Au- 
gust 26. 1887. Office. 927 Market street. Emma 
Spreckels Building, room 608. 

Officers— Belle W. Conrad, Past Grand Protector, 
San Francisco; Lizzie J. Wheelock. Grand Protec- 
tor, San Francisco; Silas Orr, Grand Vice-Protector, 
Sacramento; H. W. Qultzow, Grand Secretary. San 
Francisco; Z. T. Whltten, Grand Treasurer, San 
Francisco; Sarah Krueger, Grand Chaplain. San 
Francisco; Bertha Oppenhelmer. Grand Guide, Snn 
Francisco; E. J. Colombet, Grand Guardian, San 
Jose; Ida Kidder, Grand Sentinel. Sacramento; A. 
Gompertz, Grand Trustee. San Francisco; J. A. 
Colquhoun, Grand Trustee, Oakland; Emma T. Par- 
ker. Grand Trustee. Sonora. 

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. 

Bay City Lodge No. 619. Meets second and fourth 
Monday evenings at 320 Post street. S. American, 
Secretary. 

Golden Rule Lodge No. 660. 
fourth Thursdays of each month a 
F. Kemp Van Ee. M. D.. Secretary. 



J. J. Hicks, Secretary. 

Martha Lodge No. 12H. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 
Mrs. A. Graff, Secretary. 

Pacific Lodge No. 815. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesdays of each month at 32 O'Farrell street. A. 
Atkins, Secretary. 

West End Lodge No. 1102. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 
Ph. Kaplan, Secretary. 



KNIGHTS OF THE UACCABEES. 

A fraternal and beneficial order. 

San Francisco Tent No. 18. K. O. T. M. Meets 
every Friday evening In Oriental Hall, Alcazar 
Building, 120 O'Farrell street. D. B. Richards, Com- 
mander; Theo. Frollch, Record Keeper. 

Golden West Tent No. 58. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 35 Eddy street. C. B. Classen, Com- 
mander; D. W. Bates, Record-Keeper. 

Ladies of the Maccabees. A fraternal and 
beneficiary order. San Francisco Hive No. 8, L. O.T. 
M.. meets every Friday evening In Oriental Hall, 
Alcazar Building. 120 O'Farrell street; Mrs. M. E. 
Salmond, Lady Commander; Mrs. Mary J. Rogers. 



Lady Record-Keeper. 



KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

There are 180 Lodges of this Order In California, 
twenty of which are In San Francisco. The 
Grand Lodge of California organized September 29. 
1869. Office 6 Eddy street. Officers— C. L. Patton. 
Grand Chancellor, San Francisco; H. B. Arndt, 
Grand VIce-Chancellor. San Diego; W. T. Jeter. 
Grand Prelate, Santa Cruz; S. G. Little. Grand-Mas- 
ter of Exchequer, Dixon; H. Schaflfner, Grand 
Keeper of Records and Seal. San Francisco; C. O. 
Alklre, Grand Master at Arms. Riverside; T. H. 
Blackman. Grand Inner Guard. Stockton; J. H. 
Johnson. Grand Outer Guard, Sacramento; Supreme 
Representatives— Stanton L. Carter. Fresno; C. F. 
McGlashan.Truckee; A. J. Buckles, Fairfield. Grand 
Trustees— George H. Morrison. San Francisco; An- 
drew .Jordahl, Humboldt County; W. H. Esdor, Los 
Angeles. Annual sessions third Monday In May of 
eacti year. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

Alemania Lodge No. 8. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Bay City Lodge No. 117. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 223 Sutter street. 

California Lodge No. 1. Meets every Friday 
evening at 909 Market street. 

Damon Lodge No. 2. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 



Golden Gate Lodge No. 3. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Harmonie Lodge No. 15. Meets every second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month at 320 Post street. 

IVANHOE Lodge No. 5. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 909 Market street. 



Roma Lodge No. 147. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ng at 314 Pacific street. - 

Sequoia Lodge No. 188. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at .?20 Post street. 



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South San Fbanoisco Lodsk No. 45. Meets 
every Tuesday evening at Railroad avenue and Four- 
teenth avenue South. 

STRAcnsE Lodge JJo. 58. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 909 Market street. 

Unity Lodge No. 61. Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at 909 Market street. 

Grand Lodgk of Rathbonk Sisters. Officers- 
Mrs. Mary A. Fitzgerald. Grand Chief, Sacramento; 
Mrs. Ida Mergulre, Grand Senior, Oakland; Mrs. 
Juliet Stibbens, Grand Junior, Riverside; Mrs. Lily 
Samuels, Grand Manager, Oakland; Miss Louise 
Holmes, Grand Mistress of Records and Correspon- 
dence, East Oakland; Mrs. Betty C. Nickell, Grand 



Outside Guard, Santa Maria. The next meeting of 
the Grand Lodges will be at Santa Cruz. 

Knights of Pythias Cemetery Association. 
Office— 909 Market street. Plat— City Cemetery. M 
A. Samuels, President; F. A. Mecredy, Secretary. 

Pythian Hall Association of San Francisco. 
909 Market street. F. Radcltlnger. President; L. C. 
Levey, Vice-President; E.J. wrison. Secretary; Cal- 
ifornia Safe Deposit and Trust Co., Treasurer. 

KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE. 

A benevolent, beneficial, social, protective and 
eeml-mllltary Institution, whose Castle, Temples and 
Commanderles are located in 34 states and territories 
of the United States, and whose membership ex- 
ceeds 90,000. 

California Castle No. 1. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. N. S. G. W. Building, 414 Mason street. 
Wm. R. Miller, N. C, 215 Hayes street; W. O. Mac- 
dougall, M. of R., 203 Geary street 



KNIGHTS OF TAKA. 

A fraternal and social organization. Meets at K. 
R. B. Hall, corner of Mason and O'Farrell streets, 
the second and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth. 



KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH. 

Meets every 



LEGAL FRATERNITY OF PHI DELTA PHL 

Pomeroy Chapter, Hastings College of the Law, 
University of California. Estabiished 1883. Meets 
weekly during the college year. There are Chap- 
ters In twenty-five of the leading colleges of the 
United States and Canada. 



MILITARY ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S., 
COMMANDERY OF CALIFORNIA. 

Instituted April J2, 1K71. 

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 
tbe 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, 224 Sansome 



Officers— Captain John Charles Currier, U. S. Vols.. 
Commander; Rear Admiral Joseph Nelson Miller. 
U. S. Navy, Senior VIce-Coramauder: Major Stephen 
Walley Groesbeck, U. S. Army, Junior Vice-Com- 
mander; Bvt. Lt. Col. William Renwick Smedberg,. 
U. S Array, Recorder; Captain Gilbert Edmond 
Overton, U. S. Army, Registrar; Captain Charles 
Mason Klnne, IT. S. Vols., Treasurer; Major Myles 
Moylan, U. S. Army, Chancellor; Rev. William Neal 
Meserve, Malor V. S. Vols., Chaplain, Council— 
Bvt Major Ernst August Denlcke, U. S. Vols.; Bvt 
Colonel William Russell Parnell, V. S. Army; Cap- 
tain Charles Allen Sumner, U. S. Vols.; Captain 
Patrick Francis Walsh, U S. Vols.; Lieut. Col. 
George Stone, U. S. Vols. 



MILITARY ORDER OF FOREIGN WARS OF 

THE UNITED STATES. 

California Commandeky. Officers— Hon. Robert 
Toung Hayne, Commander: Mr. D. Henshaw Ward, 
VIce-Commander; Major Geo. Whitney Reed, Secre- 
tary, 500 Battery street; Mr. Franklin Bedinger 
Washington, Deputy Secretary; Mr. Charles Samuel 
Greene, A. B., Treasurer; Col. Adolphus Skinner 
Hubbard, Registrar; Hon. Bradner Wells Lee, Judge 



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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 years of age. 

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 sura 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 81,000, S2,000, 
83,000, 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 800 Councils In 
existence, with number of members, January 1, 1899. 
about 50,000. 

VosEMiTE COTJNCIL No. 39. N. V . Mects the first 
and third Mondays of each month In Excelsior 
Hall. Foresters' Building, 102 O'Farrell street. Geo. 
S. Dodd, President; W. W. Peck, Secretary, res- 
idence, 1137 Guerrero street. 

California Council No. 530, N. U. Meets the 
first and third Tuesdays of each month In Elks" 
Hall, 223 Sutter street. H. A. Graves. President: 
Charles J. King, Secretary, 122 Davis street. 

San Francisco Council No. 540, N. U. Meets 
the third Saturday of each month In Harmony Hall, 
320 Post street. A. Ulp, President; E. H. Hills, Secre- 
tary, Custom House. 

Pacific Council No. 547, N. U. Meets the first 
Saturday of each month In Harmony Hall, Red Men's 
Building, 320 Post street. E. B. Cutter, President; 
I. Moss, Secretary, 508 California. 

Union Council No. 549, N. U. Meets tbe second 
and fourth Friday of each month In Ruby Hall, Red 
Men's Building, 320 Post street. F, Bell, President; 
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 Elks' 
Hall. 223 Sutter street. J. W. Carmany, President: 
J. J. Scovllle, Secretary, room 13, 320 Sausome street. 

El Dorado Council No. 581, N. U. Mects the 
first and third Fridays of each month In Alcazar 
Building, 120 O'Farrell street. H. Kraus, President; 
C. Rothschild, Secretary, 22 and 24 Battery street. 

San Francisco Cabinet, which has supervision 
over all the councils In San Francisco county, meets 
fourth Friday of each month In Harmony Hall. Red 
Men's Building. N. R. Arter, President; F.H.Hast- 
ings, Secretary, office, room 90, S. P. Building, 4th 
and Townsend streets. 



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N. D. G. W. 

Native DArGHTEHS of the Golden West. 
Grand Officers— Mrs. Belle W. Conrad. Past Grand 
President, Sonera; Mrs. Lena Hllke Mills, Grand 
President. 18 East Oak street, Stockton; Mre. Cora 
B. Slfiford, Grand Vice-President. Ventura; Mrs. 
Georgle C. Ryan, room W, Merchants" Exchange 
Building, San Francisco; Miss Lizzie Douglass, 
Grand Treasurer, 137 Beuiah street, San iYancisco; 
Mrs. Lena Bee Mills, Grand Marshal, San Francisco: 
Mrs. Mary J. Langford, Grand Inside Sentinel, 
Eureka; Miss Daisy Kemp, Grand Outside Sen- 
tinel, Verndale. Grand Trustees— Miss Eliza D. 
Keith (Chairman), 1538 Eddy street, San Francisco; 
Miss Laura J. Frakes, Sutter Creek; Mrs. Ella 
Camlnetti. Jackson; Miss Harriett S. Lee, Wood- 
land; Mrs. Belle Douglass, Nevada City. There are 
twelve parlors In San Francisco, as follows: 

Mlnebva No. 2. Meets first and third Mondays at 
N. S. G. W. Building. 

Alta No. 3. Meets Saturday evenings at Shasta 
Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Oeo Fi>'o No. 9. Meets Saturday evenings at 
Yoeemlte Hall. N. S. G. W. Building. 

Golden State No. .^0. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at Balboa Hall. N. S. G. W. Building. 

Orlnda No. 56. Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days at Balboa Hall. N. S. G. W. Building. 

•Fbemont No. 59. Meets second and fourth Fri- 
days at N. S. G. W. Building. 

BtJEXA 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. 

YosEMiTE No. 83. Meets first and third Thurs- 
days at Mission Parlor Hall. 

La Estrella No. 89. Meets Saturdays at N. S. G. 
"W. Building. 

Sans Socci No. 96. Meets Fridays at Devlsadero 
Hall, 317 Devlsadero street. 

Calaveras No. 102. Meets first and third Tues- 
days at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Annual meetings commence the second Tuesday In 
June. 

N. S. G. W. 

Native Sons of the Golden West. Office of 
the Grand Secretary, N. S. G. W. Building, 414 Mason 
street. Grand Parlor organized November 30. 1878. 

Grand Officers— W. M. Conley, Past Grand Presi- 
dent, Madera; Frank Mattison, Grand President, 
Santa Cruz: R. C. Rust. Grand First Vice-President, 
JackBon: Frank L. Coorabs, Grand Second Vice- 
President, Napa: Henry Lunstedt. Grand Secretary, 
San Francisco; Henry S. Martin, Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco; Lewis F. Bylngton, Grand Orator, 
San Francisco; Milton Bess. Grand Marshal. Santa 
Cruz; A. W. Feldler, Grand Inside Sentinel. Liver- 
more; J. H. Marcuse, Grand Outside Sentinel, Marys- 
vllle. Grand Trustees— Fletcher A. Cutler, Eureka; 
H. R. McNoble. Stockton; Frank Sabichl. Los An- 
geles; M. T. Dooling. Hollister; Will D. Shea. San 
Francisco: C. O. Dunbar, Santa Rosa; Frank Bar- 
net. Oakland. 

There are 302 parlors (11.000 members) In the State, 
22 of which are in San Francisco, as follows: 

CALiFORNiA Parlor No. 1. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Pacific Parlor No. 10. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Golden Gate Parlor No. 29. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Mission Parlor No. 38.— Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Mission Parlor Hall. 

San Francisco Parlor No. 49. Meets every 
Friday evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

El Dorado Parlor No. 52. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

RiNcoN Parlor No. 72. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Stanford Parlor No. 76. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Yerea Bcena Parlor No. 84. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Bay Citt Parlor No. 104. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 



Niantic Parlor No. 105. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

National Parlor No. 118. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Columbia Parlor No. 121. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 



Precita Parlor No. 187. Meets every Friday 
evening at Maennerbund Hall, Potrero avenue and 
Twenty-fourth. 



Marshall Parlor No. 202. Meets first and third 
Wednesday at Washington Square Hall, 607 Union 
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 «500 to «3.000. 

Officers of the Grand Council of California 
— M. Boehm, Grand Councilor, San Francisco; W. H. 
Savage, Grand Assistant Councilor, San Pedro; D. J. 
Hartley, Grand Vice-Councilor, Sacramento; S. C 
Wallls, Grand Recorder. San Francisco; Miss Clara 
McDonald. Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Mrs. C. 
J. Sweeney. Grand Prelate, San Francisco; Mrs. 
Lizzie Morse. Grand Marshal. Marysville; Mrs. Jen- 
nie Pratt. Grand Warden, Virginia City; Lemuel 
Biddle. Grand Guard, Los Angeles; Mrs. M. E.Clark, 
Grand Sentry, Los Angeles; T. H. Selvage, Past 
Grand Councilor. Eureka. 

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. F. H. Martell, 
Secretary, 320 Turk street. 

Crystal Council No. 4. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 120 OTarrell street. Miss Mary Atkinson, 
Secretary, 233 Page street. 

Aherica Council No. 7. Meets everv Tuesday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. J. M. Morals, Secre- 
tary, 265 O'Farrell street. 

Pacific Council No. 8. Meets every Friday even- 
ing at 120 O'Farrell street. Miss L. F. Bray, Secre- 
tary, 92a Fell street. 

StTNSET Council No. 10. Meets every Saturday 
evening at 120 O'Farrell street. F. A. Taylor. Secre- 
tary, 411 Cole street. 

Samaritan Council No. 13. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 102 O'Farrell street. Miss Lizzie 
Worden, Secretary, 1025 Market street. 

Home Council No. 14. Meets second and fourth 
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Tobias, Secretary, 47S Fell street. 



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Social Council No. 46. Meets first and third 
Thursday eveniogs at Native Sons' Building, iU 
Mason street. W. F. Gibson. Secretary. 2739 Fol- 
som street. 

Empibe CotTKCiL No. 47. Meets every Monday 
evening at 20 Eddy street. 

Evans Council No. 52. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays at 120 O'Farrell street. Mrs. C. R. Sain. 
Secretary. 2901 Laguna street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 60. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays at 102 O'Farrell street. M. Boehm, 
Secretary, 6 Eddy street. 

Tkutonia Council No. 66. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays at 120 OTarrell street. Lena C. Butteg, 
Homestead street. 

'yFairmount Council No. 103. Meets second and 
last Monday evenings at Masonic Hall, Mission 
street, bet. 22d and 23d streets. 

GEBMANLi Council No. 180. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays at 120 O'Farrell street. H. J. Ott, Secre- 
tary, 1526 Stockton street. 

Mistletoe Council No. 186. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays at Thirtieth and Church streets. 
Mrs. H. M. Patterson, 30th and Church streets. 

Bkadfobd Council No. 190. Meets first and third 
Fridays at Masonic Hall, South San Francisco. Lena 
C. Zimmerman, Secretary, 1929 12th 



I 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. 1897. 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 ladles' 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. 1897. was «65,308.75. Officers 
— "SV. Lueddeke. Grand President, Oakland; E. 
Brugge. Grand Vice-President, San Francisco; P. 
X. E. Lampe, Grand Secretary, 201S Folsom street; 
C. Trautner, Grand Treasurer. Executive Board 
meets every fourth Thursday of each month at 413 
Sutter street. 

San Francisco Lodge 1 
Wednesday at 413 Sutter street 

E. V. Bandel Lodge No. 3. Meets every Tues- 
day at 413 Sutter street. 

Eureka Lodge No. 6. Meets every Friday at 
510 Bush street. 



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North Beach Lodge No. 9. Meets every 
Monday at 413 Sutter street. 

Mission Lodge No. 10. Meets every Thursday 
In Mission Turn Vereln Hall. 



ORDER 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 annually, 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 Mon- 
day evening at 102 O'Farrell street. 



BORDER OF SONS OF ST. GEORGE. 

' This is a fraternal and social organization com 
posed of Englishmen, or the sons or grandsons or 
great grandsons of Englishmen. The order had Its 
origin in Pennsylvania in 1872. and has now subor- 
dinate 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 Presi- 
dent, Henry Tregolng, San Jose; Grand Secretary, 
Thomas Poyser, 217 8th street, San Francisco. 

Burnabt Lodge No. 194. Meets Saturday even- 
ing at Shlels Building, 32 O'Farrell street. R. J. 
Airey, Secretary. 

Pickwick Lodge No. 259. Meets Tuesday even- 
ing at Washington Hall, 35 Eddy street Thoma« 
Poyser, Secretary. 



ROYAL ARCANUM. 

Objects — A fraternal beneficiary order, with In- 
surance of «3,000 or 81,500. Organized In Boston, 
Mass., June 20, 1877, with ten members. Member- 
ship. December 31, 1898, 200,000. Edson M. Schryver, 
Supreme Regent; W. O, Robson, Supreme Secretary, 

Abgonaut Council No. 597. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings at 8 o'clock. Eastern Hall, 
32 O'Farrell street. Regent, William J Nixon, Tele- 
phone Building; Fred Head, Collector, 2763 22d 
street. San Francisco; Geo. W. Dixon, Secretary, 
214 Pine street, San Francisco; E. J. Ensign, Trea- 
surer, 23 Spear street, San Francisco. 

Golden West Council No. 1716. Meets first ao 
third Mondays in Balboa Hall. N. S. G. W. Building, 
414 Mason street. G. E. Carlson, Regent. 519 Capp 
street. Thomas Banks, Collector. 1320 Valencia 
street; T. G. Hodgklns, Secretary, 3.333 Sacramento 
street; C. E. Stokes, Treasurer, 621 Market street. 



SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

An organization with headquarters at New York 
city, and general officers throughout the United 
States. Edwin Shepard Barrett, Concord, Mass., 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— Horace Davis, President; 
Wm. M. Bunker, Senior Vice-President; W. H. 
Jordan, Junior Vice-President; Edwin Bonnell, Sec- 
retary, 101 Montgomery; Col. A. S. Hubbard, Regis- 
trar; Charles H. Warner, Treasurer; Sheldon I. Kel- 
logg, Jr., Marshal; R. Vandercook, 26 Turk street; 
Warren Oiney, Arthur G Towne, T. A. Perkins, M. 
L. Requa and Byron Mauzy. 



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 1861-1865, shall be 
eligible to membership, provided that no person 
shall be eligible who has ever been convicted of any 
Infamous crime, or who has, or whose father has. ever 
borne arms against the Government of the United 
States of America. 
Division Headquarters, 13 Pine street, San Fran- 
Division Officers— Charles L. Pierce, Division Com- 
mander, San Francisco; W. Glenn Walker, S. V. Di- 
vision Commander, Los Gatos; Wiley Lester, J. V. 
Division Commander, San Jose; Harry T. Moore. 
Adjutant, San Francisco; Frank R. Handley, Quarter- 
master, San Francisco; Dr. D. B. Plymlre, Surgeon, 
San Francisco: Albert J. Welnert, Chaplain, San 
Francisco; A. G. Bennet, Inspector. San Jose; John 
D. Glsh. Judge Advocate, Los Angeles; Geo. A. 
Richardson, Mustering Officer, Pasadena. 

Division Council— A. S. Mason, Los Gatos; James 
Cahill, Oakland; G. W. Smlthers, Boulder Creek. 

Fair Oaks Camp No. 15. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings at 320 Post street. Officers— Dr. 
D. B. Plymlre. Captain; W. G. Luckhardt, First 
Lieutenant; Louis E. George, Second Lieutenant; 
I. J. Peck, First Sergeant; W. E. Lawrence, Quarter- 
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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

The Woodmen of the World was organized In 1890 
as an International fraternity. It at present oper- 
ates throughout the United States, Canada and Mex- 
ico. It has 160.000 members In the entire Order. 
The Pacific jurisdiction consists of the nine Pacific 
Coast States, and Is a seporate beneficiary Jurisdic- 
tion. Its head offices are In Denver, Colorado: F 
A. Falkenburg. Head Consul; Gen. John W. Brown- 
ing, Head Clerk. The Pacific Jurisdiction has 462 
camps and 37,000 members. The Woodmen of the 
world Is a fraternal beneficiary society, confined to 
•white males, between the ages of 21 and 44 Inclusive. 
It carries one, two or three thousand of beneficiary, 
and places a monument over Its deceased members' 
graves. The Woodmen have paid S2,869,000 In ben- 
efits since Its organization, and have placed 1,460 
monuments upon the graves of Its members. Cali- 
fornia Headquarters. No. 119 Bush street, room 3- 
Geo. K. Rogers, State Deputy. 

Golden Gate Camp No. 64. Meets every Monday 
evening at Shasta Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. Geo. 
H. Wlllson, Consul Commander, 416 Leavenworth 
street; D, Oliver, Jr., Clerk, 3732 Twenty-second 
street. 

Redwood Camp No. 91. Meets every Thursday 
evening at 32 O'Farrell street, Shiels' Building; 
w. W. Peck, Consul Commander; Thos. F. Hatton, 
Clerk. 

Missiox Camp No. 264. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at Mission Parlor (N. S. G. W.) Hall. S. E. cor. of 
Sixteenth and Valencia streets. W. F. Dugans, Con- 
sul Commander, 1137 Guerrero street; A.G.Frank, 
Clerk, 7.10 Mission street. 

Western Addition Camp No. 306. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 
street. Charles Thomas, Consul Commander; V. F 
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Aldmni Association of the California Col- 
l-EGE OF Pharmacy. Meets quarterly; annual meet- 
ing day following commencement day. Its design 
shall be to advance the Interests of the college, to 
bring Its graduates Into closer fellowship with each 
other, and to promote sociability and good feeling 
among them, to advance the science and art ol Phar- 
macy, to encourage and assist undergraduates and to 
keep a record of the Pharmaceutical work and ser- 
vices of Its members. Officers— George J. Harvey 
President; Ike Tobrlner. First Vice-President; L 
W. Bahney, Second Vice-President; Joseph L. War. 
ren. Treasurer; Harry Schwartz, Registrar; Emery 
P. Gates. Secretary; H. M. Simmons. A. E. Brlggs 
George J. Harvey, Gaston E. Bacon, Joseph S. -VVar: 
ren, E-tecutlve Committee. 

Aldmni Assoclition of the California Med- 
ical College. M. H. Logan, M. D.. President S F ■ 
Charles M. Troppmann, M. D.. Ph. G.. Secretary and 
Treasurer. S. F. ; will meet third week In Mav at Pal. 
ifornia Medical College. wcck in jiay at cal 

Aldmni Association of Hastings College op 
o^u,ht7.- ^"J' Department of the University of 
California. Officers- Frank P. Deering President- 
Frank M. Angellottl and T. A. Perklnl v'ce-Pres- 
Idents; Leonard Stone, Secretary; Lcsttr H. Jacobs 
Treasurer. Annual meeting In May. 

Ariel Road Cldb. President, Bertram C. Best; 
Secretary, Wm. F. Kaiser. Meets In California Hall 
620 Bush street. 



Ariel Rowing Cldb. Organized April 17. 1877- 
Incorporated February 15, 1887; aeets monthly. 
Boat house Is situated at Long Bridge P J Eu- 
rlght, President; R. Ellis, Vice-President; Eugene 
Flanders, Secretary; A. C. Taylor. Recording Secre- 
tary; H, A. Pless, Treasurer; J. A. Wilson, Captain; 
J. McKenna, Lieutenant-Captain; George T. Mc- 
Glnness, D, Sheehan, Geo. W. Phelan, W. T. Howe, 
J. M. Nolan, J. Bockman, Delegate A. A. A., Direct- 
ors. Membership, 76. 

Arion 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— Fr J 
Plagemann. President; J. H. Slevers and Ed 
Schnutenhaus, Vice-Presidents; F. R. Kummer 
Recording Secretary ; W. Knopf, Financial Secretary ; 
6. Trlttenbach, Treasurer. 

Associated Veterans of The Mexican War. 
Charles Lange, President; I. C. Layton, Vice- 
President; Joseph Stewart, Second Vice-President- 
William L. Duncan, Secretary; Sydney J Loop 
Treasurer; W. H. Kurlbaum. J. C. Walker, John 
A. Cooper. A. McDonald, Trustees. Ofilce, 22 
O Farrell street. J. B. More, Marshal. The Associa- 
tion meets second Thursday of each month. 

Bat City Wheelmen. Club house, 441 Golden 
Gate avenue. E. Fahrback, President; E. N. Crelgh 
Secretary; T. C. Dodge, Treasurer. 

Bear Club of California. Meets first and third 
Thursday evenings of each month at B'nal B'rith 
Hall. 121 Eddy street. Officers- Thomas W. Collins 
President; A. W. Voorsanger. Ist Vice-President; 
R. D. Faulkner, 2d Vice-President; J. D. Brown, 3d 
Vice-President; N. E. Maison, 3569 Seventeenth 
street. Secretary; William G. Cue, Corresponding 
Secretary, 1155^ Market street; O. A. Telle, Treas- 

BoHEMlAN Club. Location. 130 Post street In- 
corporated May 17, 1873. Number of members, In- 
cluding life, honorary, and army and navy 740 
Limit of regular active membership, 600. Meetings 
held second Tuesday in January, April, July and 
October. Officers- Vanderlynn Stow, President- 
Wm. G. Stanord. Vice-President Thomas M Pen- 
nell, Secretary; Howard C. Houghton, Treasurer. 

Bremervoerde Verein. Meets second Thursday 
at California Hall. 620 Bush street. Object— Social 
and beneficial. Carsten J. HInk, President; Henry 
J. SIcms, Secretary. 

Bunker Hill Association. Organized in 1860 to 
Inculcate a feeling of patriotism and commemorate 
the anniversary of the ever eventful Battle of Bun- 
ker Hill, June 17th. Always celebrate the battle of 
Budker Hill on the 17th of June each year. William 
G. Badger, President; George W. Caswell. Secretary. 
Office ILt Sacramento street. 

Caledonian Cldb. Organized November 24. 1866 
Incorporated August 26, 1871. Meets at Scottish 
Hall, 117 Larkin street, on the first and third Friday 
evenings of each month. Objects— Literary, socla'l 
and athletic. Angus McLeod. Chief; A. M. Mac- 
pherson. First Chieftain; F. F. Flnlay, Second Chief, 
tain; Andrew McNalr. Third Chieftain; John W. 
Cameron, Fourth Chieftain; Dr. J. A. J. McDonald, 
Physician, Directors: Archibald Laurlston. D. H. 
Fmnle, J. J. Cameron, J. P. McCorniack and J. A 
McLeod. 

California Academy of Medicine. Organized 
September 26, 1891. (Successors to San Francisco 
Medical Benevolent Society, organized December 21, 
1870. and Incorporated February 23, 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 eases and the discussion of such medical 
subjects as shall be brought before the chapter. 
Number of members, sixty.elght. Regular meet- 
ings fourth Tuesday of each month at 1303 Van Ness 
avenue. Officers- President. D. W. Montgomery. M. 
D.; Treasurer. H. Kreutzman. M. D., Secretary; Dr. 
PhHIp Mill Jones. 803 Sutter street. 

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tary's Office, 1911 Golden Gate avenue. San Fran- 
cisco. Includes all the Cycling Clubs In San Fr-an- 
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Scovern. Secretary: T. G. SpUlane. Treasurer; W. L. 
Loos, ChalruQan Road Racing Committee: W. L. 
Loos, Chairman Track Racing Committee. 

California Camera Club. Location. Academy 
of Sciences Building, 819 Market street. President. 
Jas. W. Erwin; Secretary. H. B. Hosmer. 

California Cycling Cltjb, Parlor and gymna- 
sium, southwest corner Twenty-second and Folsom 
streets. Directors' meeting first and third Mondays 
of each month, and members' meeting last Monday 
of each month. W. H. Reld, Recording Secretary, 
344 Post street. 

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. 

Califoknia Pigeon and Homing Society. 
Meets first Saturday evening of each month at 632 
Market street, room 13. H. F. Whitman. Secretary. 

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 2.50. Albert Ehrenpfort, 
President; A. Rahwyler. Vice-President; O. Bremer, 
Treasurer; W. Nolden, Secretary. 

Calliopean Club. Location. 1620 California street- 
Martin Trlest. President; Charles S. Rosener, Secre- 
tary, 4 Sutter street. 

Celtic Union. Composed of the County Leltrum 
Club. Harmonv Alliance No. 15, of St. P. A. of A., 
St. Patrick's Mutual Alliance of California, Unity 
Alliance No. 14, of St. P. A. of A., Knights of St. Pal- 
rick. County Monaghan Club, Knights of the Red 
Branch. A. O. H. Division No, 10, Tyrone, Fermanagh 
and Donegal Benevolent Society, A. O. H. Division 
No. 9, Knights of Tara. Pacific Alliance No. 12. St. 
P. A. of A., Gaelic Literary Society. Excelsior 
Alliance No. 11. St. P. A. of A., A. O. H. Division No. 
3. Meets on the third Tuesday of each month at K. 
R. B. Hall, Mason and O'Farrell streets. Officers— 
M. J. Hart, President; B. Lee, Vice-President; 
Thomas F. Alford. Recording Secretary; M. J. 
Gorman, Financial Secretary. 

Ceecle Francais. Location. 421 Post street. Or- 
ganized April 12. 1S84; Incorporated June 9. 1338. 
The member&hlp is mostly composed of French 
merchants, a good number residing outside of San 
Francisco. The regular meetings take place on the 
second Thursday of each month. Membership. 170. 
J. Blum. President; Milton S. Eisner, Vice-Presi- 
dent: B. Reiss. Treasurer; Emile Levy, Secretary; 
Wm. D. Newhouse. Chae. Green. Jacob Wollner. I. 
J. Aschheim and Achllle Block. Directors. 



1864. Leopold Michaels. President; H. G. W. Dlnkel- 
splel. First Vice-President; H. Sinsheimer. Second 
Vice-President; Leon H. Cook, Recording Secre- 
tary; Al Llebenthal. Financial Secretary; S. W. 
Heller, Treasurer. Board of Directors- Max Blum, 
Wm. Lewis, Henry Sachs, Simon Newman, Meyer L. 
Cahn. Meets third Tuesday in each month. 

Corinthian Yacht Club. Headquarters aad 
club house, Tlburon, Marin county. Gal. Carl Wes- 
terfeld. Commodore; T. L. Miller, Secretary. Pacific 



Company, northeast corner 
Qento streets. 
Cosmos Club. Location, 1534 Sutter street. Or- 
ganized April, 1881; Incorporated July, 1883. Ob- 
ject— The promotion of social Intercourse among Its 
members. Officers— W. B. Bradford, President; J. 
P. Langhorne. Vice-President: H. P. Cottlngham, 
Honorary Secretary; F. Rels. Jr., Treasurer. Direc- 
tors— J. O'B. Gunn. L. S. Pease. W. G. Dodd, E. A. 
Bresse, E. Peterson. 

County Leitrim Social Club P. M. McGushln. 
President, 2.556 Geary street; R. J. O'Reilly. Vice- 
President, 13 Henry street; M. J. Moran, Secre- 
lary. 523 Howard street; John H. Dolan, Financial 
Secretary. 2 Tehama street; M, J. Moran. Record- 



ing Secretary, 523 Howard street; P. J. Meehan, 
Treasurer. 201 Second street. Meets first Friday of 
every month at Drew's Hall. 121 New Montgomery. 

Cross Country Club. Organized January 15, 
1890. For country walks and the exploration and 
enjoyment of the country In the vicinity of San 
Francisco. Walks every alternate Sunday. Strang- 
ers always welcome. Membership confined to men. 
John Thompson, President, IHl Fremont street; 
E. W Skelton. Vice-President, F. W. Gelger, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer, 4 Burrltt street. 

Danish Society (Norden). Organized July, 1873- 
Object— To encourage social and dramatic entertain- 
ment. Club rooms, Marye Law Building, comer 
Market and City Hall avenue, rooms 23-24. Officers— 
H. Ravn, President; C. R. Thrane. Vice-President; 
A. Bertelsen, Treasurer; J. Sorensen, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; C. Chrlstensen, Recording Secretary; 
Chris. Nelsen, Librarian. 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association or 
the Pacific Coast. Organized 1881. Annual re- 
union and dinner second Thursday In April, San 
Francisco. Membership. 120. Officers- Thomas Flint, 
Jr., President; Ira G. Hoitt and John H. Waterman, 
Vice-Presidents; C. S. Wright, Treasurer; Sidney 
Worth. Member Executive Committee; T. A. Per- 
kins, Secretary. 

Deutschee Krieger Verein. 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. OflScers — A. Redecker, 
President ; H. Beckmann, Vice-President ; Max 
Lengefeld, Corresponding Secretary; C. Paul, Fi- 
nancial Secretary; M. E. D. Gerdes, Treasurer: C. 
Kohler, Sergeant-at-arms. Trustees— H. Faust, C. 
Grapengeter, H. Kalthoff. 

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 C?2perday); delicious cakes for 
teas and luncheons, made by woman caterer (for 
address apply to telephone number East 472) ; 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. Vall, Record- 
ing Secretary; Mrs. Charles Tutlle, Corresponding 
Secretary. 

Dolphin Swimming and Boating Cutb. Organ- 
ized 1877; incorporated 1888. Meets second Wed- 
nesday of each month at 102 O'Farrell street. Boat 
house foot of Van Ness avenue. Officers— Joseph 
Lalb. Jr., President; Fred Woerner, Vice-President: 
J. S. Earls, Recording Secretary; Frank C. Staib. 
Financial Secretary; Adam L. Schuppert. Treasurer; 
Alex. W. Pape, Captain. 

Dry 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.— E M. Wolf, 
President; W. Friedman, Vice-President; E,J. Der- 
van. Recording Secretary; George A. Brown, Finan- 
cial Secretary ; Jacob Bowman, Treasurer; H. S. 
Hooe. Marshal. 

Forum Club of California. Organized Not. 
27, 1895. The regular lecture meetings will be held on 
the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, 
from September to June. The other Wednesdays 
shall be known as club days, and the rooms shall be 
open to club members and their friends from 2 to 5 
p. M. The objects of the club shall be literary cul- 
ture and social Intercourse. Rooms, 223 Sutter 
street. Officers— President, Mrs. Jas. Dunn, 1218 Hyde 
street: Recording Secretary. Mrs. W. F. MlUe. 
2607 Fillmore street; Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. 
J. A. Watt, 18 Devlsadero street; Treasurer, Mrs. 
Granville Stewart, Sausallto. 



Gesellschaft Teutonia. Organized Ju 
1866. Location, Teutonia Hall, 1322" Howard s 
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Thursday evening for social purposes, and for busl- 
nesB matters every Tuesday evening. Officerg— 
August Hlldebrand. President; Fritz Hagemunn, 
Vice-President; Ch. Herm Schrelber. Recording Sec- 
retary; H. Thomas, Financial Secreary; John Wehr, 
Corresponding Secretary ; W. Fahrenkrug. Treasurer. 
Trustees— Aug. Hlldebrand, Fritz Hagemann, Theo- 
dore DIerlis. Fritz Gehrke. H. Gellfuss. 



Hakmonie Club. Organized October 14, 1S77. 
Club rooms. 421 Post street. It is organized for the 
purpose of improving the social, moral and mental 
condition of its members. Offlcers— J. D. Abrams, 
President; Samuel Icklehelmer. Vice-President; E. 
R. Galland. Treasurer; J. M. Marcuse, Secretary, 
501 Front street. 

Habvard Cltjb of Sax Fkascisco. Otficers— 
S. C. Bigelow, President; A. Comte. Jr., and 
M. C. Sloss. Vice-Presidents: J. S. Severance. Treas- 
urer; Richard C. Harrison. Secretary, office, 104 
Crocker Building. 

Hessen Vebein. Meets second Thursday at Cal- 
ifornia Hall, 620 Bush street. Officers — Anton 
Schoembs. President; Henry Schild, Secretary. 

Iboquois Cltjb. Organized September 9, 1883. In- 
corporated April 20, 1886. Meets at Pythian Castle, 
909 Market street, every Friday. Object Is to fur- 
ther the Interests of the Democratic Party and pro- 
mote social Intercourse among its members. Lewis 
F. Byington, President; William McMann. First 
Vice-President; M. H. Mead, Second Vice-President: 
D. J. Gordon. Recording Secretary; A. D. Pratt. 
Financial Secretary; W. H. Kline. Corresponding 
Secretary: P. J. Thomas. Treasurer; M. Barman. 
Collector; Louis Metzger, Chairman Board of 
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LoRiNG Cltjb. This is the leading male voice 
singing society of San Francisco. It numbers 60 
voices and has 2.50 subscribing members. Rehearsals 
are held at Druids' Hall. 413 Sutter street, every Mon- 
day evening. Four musical entertainments are given 
everv season, beginning in June of each year. Officers 
— L. S. Sherman. President: Wlnfield S. Jones, Vice- 
President; W. C. Stadtfeld, Secretary; W. A. Murl- 
8on. Treasurer; David W. Lorlng, Director. 

Manhattan Athletic Club. Organized Janu- 
ary. 1896. Over two hundred members have been 
enrolled. Instruction meetings are held every 
Monday. Wednesday and Friday evenings. Board of 
Directors meet every Monday eveuing: regular 
monthly meeting of the Association on the first 
Monday of each month at their hall. i;m Florida 
street. 

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— Chas. F. Tay, President; Jos. Sloss. Treas- 
nrer; W. E. Erzgraber, Secretary; Chas. F. Tay, Jos. 
SlosB, V. C. Driffield. H. J. Crocker. B. C. Cuvellier, 
E. B. Cutter, Andrew Carrigan, Directors. 

Methodist Social Union of San Francisco 
Office— 1037 Market street. Officers— R. V. Watt 
President: William M. Abbott. I. J. Truman and 
Robert McElroy, Vice-Presidents; C. B. Perkins, 
Secretary; Charles A. Maydwell. Treasurer. Meet- 
ings held at call of the President. 

Neptune Swimming and Bathing Club. Or' 
ganized February 21. 1877. Number of members, 45' 
Boathouse foot of Leavenworth street. North Beach- 
Boats, three four-oal- barges. Colors, blue and 



Ohio Society of California. Organized June 
12. 1897. Meets second Wednesday of each month at 
Red Men's Hall. 320 Post street. Objects: To pro- 



mote social and fraternal union among its members, 
and to collect, preserve and diffuse Information 
respecting the State of Ohio and its people. Mem- 
bership — Active: AH white male persons over the 
age of 18 years of good moral character, natives of 
Ohio and residing in California. Associate: All 
white persons, either the wife, child or parent of an 
active member, or persons who have resided In the 
State of Ohio for at least Ave years, or natives of 
Ohio who do not reside in California. Honorary: All 
white persons who have rendered distinguished ser- 
vices to the Nation, State or society. Officers— Ben 
B. Haskell, President, 409 California street; H. A. 
Iddings, Treasurer, 1125 Fillmore street; Louis P. 
McCarty. Secretary, 2524 Callfopnla street. 

" Old Friends." Organized May 15. 1S64. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesday nights of each month 
In Old Friends' Hall. 14 Third street. Objects: Pro- 
motion and cultivation of friendship, social inter- 
course and mutual assistance. . President; 

J. E. Sllnkey. Secretary; J. M. Rademaker, Treas- 



Oltmpic Club. Location, 524 Post street. The 
largest and most complete organization of its char- 
acter In the world. Membership, 2500 adults and 256 
juveniles. Large classes of ladles attend its gvm- 
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 everv Thursday night. 
Officers— J. C. Klrkpatrlck, President; F. P. Mc- 
Lennan. Vice-President; J. W. Mullen. Secretary; 
H. B. Russ, Treasurer; J. A. Hammersmith, Leader; 
G. James. Captain. Directors— J. O'B. Gunn. E. F. 
Preston, H. V. Ramsdell. O. B. Burns, F. G. O'Kane. 

Orpheus Musical Club of San Francisco. Ob- 
ject — Sociability among the members. Membership, 
100. E. E. Schmltz, President; Henry Susman, Sec- 
retary. 2e O'Farrell street. 

Pacific Athletic Associ.vtion. Western Divi- 
sion of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United 
States. Jno. R. Bockman, President. 27 Kearny 
street. San Francisco; H. A. Keeler, Secretary, Oak- 
land Pier, Oakland 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons of 
Vermont. Organized January 6. 1879. Number of 
members about three hundred. Meets on the second 
Frldav of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Objects- 
Social and beneficial. Officers— Edward A. Belcher, 
President; Geo. Partridse. Dr. J. Townsend and R. 
B. Carpenter, Vice-Presidents; S. G. Cheever. Record- 
ing and Financial Secretary: M. T. Ellinwood, 
Treasurer; A. O. Colton. Chairman, Executive Com- 
mittee; office. Mills Building, 7th floor, room 17. 

Pacific- Union Club. Organized February 1, 
1889. by the consolidation of the Pacific and the LTnlon 
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— 
ChaunceyR.Winslow, President; Geo. W. Spencer. 

Vice-President; . Secretary; John I. 

Sabln, Treasurer. Directors— Chauncey R. Wlnslow, 
George W. Spencer, John I. Sabln. P. McG McBean. 
Chas. Page. Edwin Goodall. Albert Sutton, Bernard 
Faymonville. 

Pacific Yacht Club. Organized July 4. 1878 
Number of members, 100. Club House at Sausalito. 
Officers— J. D. Spreckels. Admiral; J.H.Dickinson. 
President; Martin Roberts. Jr.. Vice-President; J. 
D. Maxwell. Secretary: T. E. Janes, Assistant Sec- 
retary; C. O. Perry. Treasurer; J. H. Dickinson. Port 
Captain; George S. Andres, Commodore; M.Roberts, 
Jr., Vice-Comraodore; Dr. H. Law. Fleet Surgeon; 
Alex. Svenson, Measurer. Board of Directors— John 
H. Dickinson. Charles H. Crocker. John T. Dare. 
F. Hohweisner. William Cunningham. George T. An- 
dres and H. E. Law. Secretary's address, 421 Cali- 
fornia street. 

Phi Delta Phi Club. Chartered 1896. The San 
Francisco Alumnus Chapter of the Legal Fraternitv 
of Phi Delta Phi Is composed of lawyers who were 
members of Pomeroy or any other chapter while 
students In a law college. Annual reunion and din- 
ner at call of Secretary. Twenty-five undergradu- 
ate chapters in the United States and Canada. Offi- 



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cers— T. A. Perkins, PresWent; Charles W. Slack, 
J. R. Attken and W. I. Brobeck. Vice-PreBldents; O. 
K. McMurray, Secretary; B. L. Hodghead, Treasurer. 

Photogeaphic Aet Club. Organized April 13. 
1S98. Headquarters, Mercantile Library Building. 
Officers— L. E. Rea, President; H. B. Packscher, 
Corresponding Secretary. 

Press Clttb of San Francisco. Location— Press 
Club Building. S 8 Ellis street bet. Powell and Mason 
streets. Officers— L. G. Carpenter. President; Theo. 
F Bonnet. First Vice-President; L. E. Stover. Sec- 
ond Vice-President; Louis Honlg. Third Vice-Presi- 
dent; James S. Tyl^, Financial Secretary: W. C. 
Bunner. Recording Secretary ; John J. Harrison, 
Librarian. Board of Directors— Edwin H. Clough, 
Robt. Burns. Jr.. Geo. B Fraser, H. P Bush, Chas. 
H. Lee, W. J. Martin. 

San Francisco Athletic Club, Inooeporated. 
— D. V. Denehy, President; John O'Keefe, Vice- 
President; Frank Schuler, Secretary and Treasurer. 

San Francisco Golf Club. Meetings are held 
at Club House, Second avenue, near Presidio Reser- 
vation. Council— E. J. McCutchen. Captain; Harry 
Babcock, C. R. VTInslow, P. McG. McBean, S. L. Ab- 
bott, Jr. 

San Francisco Grutli-Verein. Organized Sep- 
tember, 1874. Objects — Cultivation of music, social 
entertainments, and to assist Its members in sickness. 
Meets at 431 Post street ( Union Square Hall). Num- 
ber of members, about 250. Charles Mueller, Secre- 
tary, 421 Post street. 

San Francisco Kennel Club. A. B. Spreckels. 
President; John E. de Ruyter, Vice-President. 222 
Sansome street; J. P. Norman, Secretary, Call 
Building. 

San Fbancisoo Maennerchor. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Mission Turn Vereln Hall. 18th 
streetnear Valencia. Officers— Henry Bobslen. Presi- 
dent: John TJtschlg, Vice-President: W. Schilling, 
Treasurer; Edward Arndt. Secretary; F. W. Dulfer. 
Librarian; Theo. Vogt, Leader. 

San Francisco Schuetzen Verein. Organized 
September 7, 1859. Number of members 170. R. 
Finking, President; Wm, Garras, Vice-President; K. 
"Wertheimer, Secretary; John Thode, Captain. Meet- 
ings held second Fridays of each month at California 
Hall, 620 Bush street, and every Sunday at Shell 
Mound Park for target practice, medal and bulls- 
eye-shooting. The object of this society Is to make 
its members proficient in target-shooting and for 
sociability. 

San Francisco Scottish Thistle Club. Organ- 
ized March 18. 1882. Incorporated October 27, 1887, 
Meets at Fraternity Hall. 32 O'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- 
cers-John Ross. Royal Chief; John Smith. Chief- 
tain; Jas. Lawrence, Treasurer; George W. Pater- 
son, Recorder; James Baxter, Financial Secretary; 
Alex. Strong. Sergeant-at-Arms; A. E. Carlisle, 
Property Man. Trustees— John Donaldson, Wm. 
Grant and Peter Riddle. 

San Francisco Turn Verein. San Francisco 
Turn Verein. Organized 1832. Hall at 323 Turk 
street. Stated meetings, first and third Wednesdays 
of each month, at 8:30 p. m. Class nights Tuesdays 
and Fridays from 8:30to 10 p.m. Number of mem- 
bers, about four hundred. The objects of the Verein 
are general physical and mental improvement of Its 
members, and for these purposes there are firstly: a 
gymnasium second to none In the State under the 
leadership of Prof. Robt. Barth, where all members 
are supposed to exercise who have not attained the 
age of thirty years and which they do to the number 
of 60 twice a week. Secondly: a singing section com 
posed of 40 members. F. Fischer. Director; also a 
rifle section Is attached to the Verein with a mem- 
bership of 76, F. Attinger. Captain. The Dramatic 
Section recently created has reached a membership 
of 20 under G. N. Frost as chairman. The boys' and 
girls' classes from 1 to 14 years exercise on alternate 
afternoons from 4 to 5:30. Social meetings for mem- 
bers and friends every last Wednesday of each 



month. A relief society for sick members Is at- 
tached to the society, numbering about two hundred. 
Officers— W. Schroeder. President; Ch. Spiegel, Vice- 
President: L. Brune. Secretary; August Mager, 
Treasurer: A. Bergmann, Financial Secretary; S. 
HoUenbach, Librarian; Th. Planz. Leader. 

San Feancisco Vekein. 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 car- 
rent magazines and periodicals. Library numbers 
about twenty thousand volumes. Location, north- 
east corner Post and Leavenworth streets. Officers, 
I. -Strassburger, President; S. W. Saalburg. First 
Vice-President: E. S. Heller. Second Vice-President; 
G. Wormser, Recording Secretary; I. W. Hellman. 
Jr.. Financial Secretary; M. H. Hecht, Treasurer; 
Albert Dernham, Librarian. 

San Francisco Veteran Firemen's Associa- 
tion. Organized November 30, 1898. To remember 
and foster the old friendship existing between the 
old firemen of S. F. F. D. and for social and benev- 
olent purposes. Meets first Tuesday evening every 
month In Hall of Exempt Fire Company. Brenham 
Place. Officers- George W. Kennard, President; 
William G. Cue, Secretary, 1155?^ Market street. 

San Francisco Whist Club. Club rooms. 326 
Post street. George E. Bates, President; J. J. Stur- 
geon, Secretary; A. S. Baker. Treasurer. 

San Francisco Yacht Club. Club House la 
Sausallto. San Francisco headquarters In Mer- 
chants' Exchange. Objects — The encouragement of 
yachting, and to assist In making members proficient 
In the science of navigating, designing, building and 
sailing of yachts. Dr. Thomas S. HlII. Commodore; 
Dr. V. P. Buckley, Vice-Commodore: James Kitter- 
man, Fleet Captain; J. M. Purnett, Measurer; E. C. 
Bartlett, 415 Post street. Secretary; Robert B. Hogne, 
Treasurer. 

Schleswig-Holstein Verein. Meets the first 
and third Thursdays of each month in Union Square 
Hall. Officers— J. Nagel. President: J. Jopp. Vice- 
President: C. W. Arp, Recording Secretary; M. H, 
Stamer. Financial Secretary; C. Both, Treasurer. 

Scotch-Irish Society. Meets at Foresters' Build- 
ing. 102 O'Farrell street. C. W. Gordon, President; 
Thomas Whyte, Secretary; John G. Eagleson, Treas- 
urer. 

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 la 
the CaliforniaVolunteers, U.S. A. Officers- Solomon 
(;;ohen. President; John C. Jenkins. First Vice-Pres- 
ident; James Davison. Second Vice-President; Joha 
C. Innes, Recording Secretary; J. L. Homer, Corres- 
»pondlng Secretary; C. W. Gordon, Treasurer. 

Sons and Daughters of the "Old Friends." 
Meets every Thursday evening at No. 1 Fifth street, 
corner Market. Franklin F. Lord, M. D., President; 
Miss Rena Connelly. Secretary. 

State Floral Society. Organized September, 
1S8S. Location — Parlors Occidental Hotel. Mont- 
gomery street. 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. President; Emory E. Smith, 
Secretary, Palo Alto; John Henderson. Treasurer. 

Swedish Singing Society of San Francisco, 
(Male.) Organized March 22, 1892. Active, passive 
and honorary members. No dues for active or hon- 
orary members. For passive members the dues are 
25 cents per month. The society meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Turn Verein Hall, 323 Turk street. 
Prof. Axel Philstrom, Leader. 

Swiss Rifle Club. Organized September 1, I860. 
Meets at 627 Commercial street. Objects— Social In- 
tercourse and target practice. Officers- P. A. Glan- 
nlnl. President; A. Huguenin, Secretary; A. A. 
BorlinI, Vice-President and Treasurer; A. Gehret, 
Shooting Master; P. A. Glannlnl and Louis Jurl^ 
Trustees. 

Union League Club. The. A social and political 
organization. The leading RepubUcau club of the 
Pacific Coast, with a very large and prominent mem- 
bership extending throughout California and adjoin- 
Ing States. N. P. Chlpman. President; A. T. Booth, 
First Vice-President; J. P. Le Count, Second Vice- 
President; S. J. Hendy, Secretary; I. W. Hettman, 
Jr., Treasurer. 



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▼atlon of social Intercourse. Receptions In Plone 
Hall on the last Friday evening of the month. E. 



Univbrsitt Clttb. 722 Sutter street. Charles P. 
EellB, President; Thomas R. Bacon, Vice-President; 
Horace B. Chase. Secretary and Treasurer. Direct- 
ors —John C. Kirkpatrlck. C. L. GrilBth, R. M. Tobln. 

Veteran Odd Fellows' Association. Organ- 
ized April, 1877. Odd Fellows of twenty-one years 
standing eligible to membership. Object— The keep- 
ing up of old association, the promotion of the inter- 
ests of the Order and the encouragement of veteran 
workers to continue their efforts In the fraternity. 
Robert Burns. President: William H. Barnes, Sec- 
retary, I. O. O.F. Hall. 

Veteran Volunteer Firemen'8 Assoolation 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. Stephen 
Bunner, President; George Carlisle, First Vice- 
President; Wm. H. Miller. Second Vice-President; 
Thomas Cornell. Third Vice-President; James Pen- 
nycook, Recording Secretary; W. Fahrenkrug, 
Treasurer; John Williams, Financial Secretary. 
Board of Directors— John Satchwell. A. Andrews. 
James McElroy, Maurice M. Baker, Chas. H. Okell. 
Trustees— Frederick Will. P. Conner, Richard Har- 
rold; John W. Lynch, Sergeant-at-Arms 

Veterans of 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, Ism. Holds 
an annual reunion on April 9th each year, the anni- 
Tersary of Lee's surrender. Officers— C. Mason Kinne, 
President; W. A. Robinson, Secretary; D. W. C. 
Thompson, Treasurer. 

Western Addition Literary and Social Club. 
Organized 1870. Entertainments and socials third 
Wednesday of each month in Native Sons' Hall, 414 
Mason street. Membership Is limited to 225. The 
objects of the organization are to promote social 
Intercourse of the members through the medium of 
entertainments followed by dancing, and to encour- 
age their literary tastes. Officers- A. P. Black. Pres- 
ident; John W. Madden, Vice-President: H. E. 
Holmes, Treasurer: N. C. Harris, Financial Secre- 
tary; Harrison Houseworth, Recording Secretary, 
1235 Hyde street. 

Winter Cotillion Club. Executive Commit- 
tee — Clarence L. Mitchell, Chairman; George E. 
Bennett, Secretary. Claus Spreckels Building, room 
1215; Robert T. Legge, William M. Abbott, Ja.son 
Oould. 

I Yale Alumni Association of 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 — Samuel Knight, President; 
Edward L. Parsons, Vice-President : Edward L. Bray- 
ton, Secretarv; Carl Westerfeld, Treasurer. Exec- 
ntive Committee— N. N. WUsun, Arthur Gondall. 



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Instituted In California February 22, 18r.5, by th«- 
organization of Pacific Lodge No. 1. Organized in 
New York, 1S51. 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 uf 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; 



Evening Star Lodge No. lU. Organized Janu- 
ary 14, 1864. Meets at 927 Mission street every 
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. 



at 8 o'clock at Y. M. C. A. Hall. 

Manhkm Lodge No. 363 (Swedlsht. Organized 
September 26, 1891. Meets in Pythian Castle. 909^ 
Market street near Fifth, every Saturday evening, at 
8 o'clock. 

Spring Valley Lodge No. 314. Organized April 
14, 1880. Meets In Steimke's Hall. Octavia street, 
near Union, every Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. 



at 8 o'clock. 

LeagIje of the Cross of the Archdiocese of 
San Francisco. Headquarters. 1673 Market street. 
Established in all the parishes of the Archdio- 
cese by Right Rev. George Montgomery ( then 
Chancellor of the Archdiocese) in 1890 and 1891. 
Incorporated under the laws of the State of Cali- 
fornia In 1898. Comprises senior, cadet and junior 
branches, having In all a membership of 8,000. Its 
objects are to encourage temperance and total absti- 
nence among Catholic men and boys. The members 
of the junior branches are pledged to total abstinence 
until reaching the age of twenty-one. The members 
of the seniorbranchesare of twoclasses: First, those 
who are pledged to total abstinence, and second, those 
who while not pledged to total abstinence 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." To hold the larger 
boys In the League, a new and interesting feature 
was added In 1893. The First Regiment, League of 
the Cross Cadets, was organized by Col. W. P. Sulli- 
van, Jr., in conjunction with Right Rev. Bishop 
Montgomery. The government is vested In the 
Board of Directors, consisting of Most Rev. P. W. 
RIordan, Archbishop of San Francisco; Rev. Philip 
O'Ryan, 1100 Franklin street. Spiritual Director; 
Walter E. Dorn, Col. W. P. Sullivan, Jr., Thomas H. 
Fallon, representatives of each parish. The officers 
are: Rev. Philip O'Ryan, 1100 Franklin street. Spirit- 
ual Director; Walter E. Dorn, President; R. W. Gil- 
logley. Vice-President; Frank P. Scully. Recording 
Secretary; E. J. Coffey, Corresponding Secretary; 
Dr. S. J. Cunningham, Treasurer. 

BANDS OF HOPE. 

The following Bands of Hope are maintained by 
the 1. O. Good Templars, viz: 

District Superintendent of Juvenile Work, Mrs. 
Hattle A. Williams, 756 Geary street. 

Winchester Band. Meets quarterly at the Pro- 
testant Orphan Asylum on Halght street, between 
Laguna and Buchanan, Superintendent, Mrs. 8. 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, Mrs. H. G. Matherson, 502 Powell 
street. 

Golden Gate Band No. 175. Meets every Sun- 
day at 3 p. M. at First Baptist Church on Eddy street, 
between Jones and Leavenworth. Superintendent, 
Mrs. Kerrigan, 20 Willow avenue. 

Crystal No. 204. Meets every second Sunday at 
1:15 p.m. in Free Baptist Church, Oakland. Super- 
intendent, Edwin Bothwell, 707 Twentieth street. 

Epworth Band No. 236. Meets on first Sunday 
In every month at 2:80 P. m. In the Epworth M.E. 
Church, corner of Twenty-sixth and Church streets. 
Superintendent, Miss Sarah J. Dodds. 3616 Twenty- 
sixth street. 



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MARINE TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 

Organized lu 1866. Meetings 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; Henry F. 
Eden, Secretary. 



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. Annie 
R.Bldwell, Second Vice-President, Chico; Mrs. R. A 
Emmons, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Dorcas J. 
Spencer. Corresponding Secretary, 132 McAllister 
street, San Francisco; Mrs. Emily Hoppln, Treasurer, 
Yolo; Mrs. Blanche English, Auditor, Petaluma; 
Mrs. Nellie B. Eyster, Editor of the "Pacific En- 
sign," 2715 Buchanan street. 

San Francisco County Union Mrs. Maria 
Freeman Gray, President; Louise M. Thomson, Vice- 
President; Mrs. Thomas Fletcher, Recording Secre- 
tary; Mrs. L. P. Williams, Corresponding Secretary; 
Mrs. Emma Howard, Treasurer. 

LOCAL UNIONS. 

Central, Organized 1879. Mrs. S. B. McCoy, Pres- 
ident; Mrs H. H. Luse, Secretary; Mrs. H. Louise 
McCoy. Treasurer. 

First Baptist Csukch. Organized 1894. Mrs, 
Sarah W. Kerrigan, President: Mrs. E. J Lewin 
Secretary; Mrs. M. L. Deuton, Treasurer. 

Third Congregational Church. Organized 1894 
Mrs. C. B. ■Williams. President; Mrs. M. J. "Wood 
man, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Inez Fredericks 
Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. E. L. Howard, Treas- 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. Oi^ 
Ized 1895. Mrs. Dorcas J. Spencer, President; Mrs, 
C. M. Holden, Vice-President; Mrs. L. A. Grass, 
Secretary; Mrs. Charles Adams, Treasurer. 

Frances E. Willard. Organized 1895. Mrs. L, 
M. Thompson. President; Mrs. A. L. Jenness, Secre 
tary: Miss Annie Athearn, Treasurer. 



I Central M. E. Church. Organized 1S9.'".. Mrs. 
Marian Irving, President; Mrs. Emily Stanbrldge, 
Secretary; Mrs. C. A. Flood, Treasurer. 

Western Addition Union. Organized 189fi. 
Mrs. Emily Webb* Glesy, President: Mrs N. E* 
Swett, Secretary and Treasurer. 

THEATRES AND RESORTS. 

THEATRES. 

Alcazak, 116 O'Farrell. 

Alhambka, southwest corner Eddy and Jouea. 
COMKDT, 323 Bush. 

California, Bush, between Kearny and Grant Av. 
Chinese. S14 Washington. 
Columbia, II Powell. 
Geote Street, Grove, near Polk. 
Grand Opera House, Mission near Third. 
Oltmpia Music Hall, Southwest corner Eddy 
and Mason. 
Orphkum, 119 O'Farrell. 
TiToLi Opera House, 2S-S2 Eddy. 



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Central Park, 
Eighth. 

Cliff House and Seal Rocks, termination of 
Cliff avenue, six miles west of City Hall. 

Glen Park. 

Golden Gate Park, between D and H. from 
Stanyan west to the ocean. 

Harbor View Park, Jefferson, near Baker. 

Inoleside Coursing Park, Ocean avenue, M mile 
west of San Jose avenue. 

Ingleside Race Track. Ocean avenue, one mile 
west of San Jose avenue. 

Museum of Academy of Sciences, 819 Market. 

Olympic Club Grounds, corner Seventh avenue 
and I. 

SuTRO Baths, Cliff avenue, near Cliff House. 

SuTRo Heights, termination Point Lobos avenue. 
between Forty-eighth avenue and the ocean. 

Telegraph Hill Observatory, corner Green- 
wich and Kearny. 

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EXPLANATIONS. 

AceordiDg to the method adopted In this city for numbering buildings. Market Street is the starting point 
for numbers on all streets running from It In a northerly, southerly or westerly direction, and the water 
front for all streets running therefrom In a westerly or southwesterly direction. The numbers on all streets 
not commencing at Market Street or the water front run in conformity with the numbers of the main streets 
running parallel with them, except In the case of a few streets which are numbered In an Irregular manner. 

On all streets between the water front and Central Avenue the even numbers are on the right-hand side, 
and the odd numbers on the left, starting from the point of beginning. Beyond Central Avenue most of the 
streets have been numbered In a contrary manner. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as are 
necessary, are allotted to each block bounded by main streets; for Instance, Montgomery Street commences 
at Market, and the main streets crossing as you proceed north are Sutter, Bush, Pine, etc. Therefore any 
numbers between 1 and 100 will be found on the right or left hand side of the street between Market and 
Sutter, between 100 and 200 from Sutter to Bush, between 200 and 300 from Bush to Pine. 

In the streets which are numbered, a dash ( ) Indicates that the cross street does not extend to that 

side; Co), the street borders on the bay, or public park, cemetery, etc., consequently there are no buildings on 
blocks thus designated; (u), the street is not opened through the block, or Is Interrupted In Its course at that 
point by a public square, cemetery, etc.: (e), end of street. 

The following-named localities referred to In the Street Directory are situated as follows: Academy 
Tract, northwest side of Mission Street, between Sliver and Ocean Avenues; Bernal Heights, west of 
Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno Avenue and Mission Street: City Land Association Tract, north- 
west of San Jose Avenue, near County Line; Clarendon Heights, north of Twentieth Street, between 
Lincoln Avenue and San Miguel Rancho: College Homestead, east of Mission Street and north of Silver Avenue; 
Excelsior Homestead, southeast of Mission Street, near County Line; Falrraount Tract, south of Thirtieth 
Street and east of Mission Street; Flint Tract, west of Castro Street, between Waller and Seventeenth; 
Islals Creek, from west side of San Bruno Avenue, near Silver Avenue, north and east to the bay; Laguna de 
la Merced, near the County Line and ocean, 6 miles southwest of City Hall; Lake View, west of San Jose 
Avenue, from Ocean Avenue south to Railroad Homestead; Mission and Thirtieth Streets' Extension Home- 
stead, near Intersection of San Jose Avenue and Castro Street; Ocean View, west of San Jose Avenue near 
County Line; Paul Tract, between San Bruno and Railroad Avenues, near County Line; Presidio Reserva- 
tion, west of Lyon, and north of Lake Street to the bay and ocean; Railroad Homestead, northwest of San 
Jose Avenue, near County Line; Richmond District, west of First Avenue and north of Golden Gate Park 
to the Presidio Reservation and ocean; San Miguel, near the junction of San Jose and Ocean Avenues; 
Silver Terrace Tract, between San Bruno and Railroad Avenues, south of Silver Avenue; South San Fran- 
cisco, south of Islals Creek and east of San Bruno Avenue to the County Line and the bay; Spring Valley 
Homestead, west of Mission Street, near Silver Avenue; Stanford Heights Tract, west of Bellevue Street, 
from Twenty-sixth south to Thirty-first Street; Sunnydale Tract, west of San Bruno Avenue, near the 
County Line; Sunnyslde, west of San Jose Avenue, near Ocean Avenue; Sunset District, south of Golden 
Gate Park from First Avenue west to the ocean; Sutro Heights, termination of Point Lobos Avenue, between 
Forty-eighth Avenue and the ocean; University Homestead, west of San Bruno Avenue, between Silver 
Avenue and Vlsltaclon Valley; Vl-nltaclon Valley, between San Bruno Avenue and Mission Street, near 
County Line; "West End Homestead, north and south side of County Line, near Mission Street: West End 
Tract,* between San Jose Avenue and Mission Street near County Line. 

Abbreviations.— X. north; E, east; S, south: W. west; Av, avenue; bet, between; nr, near; s. side. 
I^"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 recent orders of the Board of Supen'lsors has increased the confusion 
heretofore prevailing, and necessitated the renumbering of several streets throughout their entire length. 
To counteract as far as possible these changes In names of streets and numbers, we have Inserted the old and 
new names of streets, and. In some Instances, an additional column of figures to designate both old and new 
numbers. 



A South, from Fifth Av South 

> w tu County Lint- 
Aberdeen, W of Saa Bruno Av 

nr Luuuty Line 
Academy, from Fairmount ur 

CheiK-ry, S to Charies 
Accacla, from Ocean Av W of 



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Acorn Alley, from W s Leav- 
enworth bet California and 
Sacramento 

Acton (West End Home- 
stead ). from Mission nr 
County Line 

Ada Alley, from Ada Court nr 

(KFaiTcll 

Ada Court, from N s O'Farrell 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Adair, from \V s Howard bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth 



Adam (Bemal Heights), from 
Eve bet Sftu Bruno Av and 
H-.lladay Av 

Adams, see Seymour Av 
Addison (Fairmount Tract), 

from Bemlt; 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 X s Jackson 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Adler, from Montgomery Av 

bet Pacific and Broadway, W 

to Dupont 

Agate Alley, from N s Post 

bet Taylor and Jones 

Agnes Lane, from S s Green 

bet Dupont and Stockton 

Aileen Avenue, from N s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores 



Alabama, from Division bet 
Florida and Harrison S to 
Esmeralda Av 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Division i 1 

Alameda KX) lol 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 30i 

Seventeenth 400 40l 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth TOO 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

T we nty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

T we nty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 1500 1501 

Alameda, from the bay W to 
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Alamo Square, bet Steiner, 
Scott, Hayes and Fulton 

Alaska (South S. F.), from 
the bay S to India Basin 

Alaska Place, f rom w s Mason 
bet Bay and North Point 

Albany (Flint Tract), from 
Flint "W to Masonic Av 

Albert, W of San Bruno At 
nr County Line 

Albert Alley, from W s Do- 
lores bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 

Albion Avenue, from S s 
Fifteenth bet Valencia and 
Guerrero, S to Seventeenth 

Alcatraz (late Chase), from 
IsIalB 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), N W of Mission, from 

Tlnglev S W 
Alger Place, from E s First 

bet Harrison and Brvant 
Algeria (South S. F.), see 

Elfrhteenth Av South 
Alice, from S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 

Alice Alley, from N s Post bet 

Taylor and .Jones 

Alleghany (South S. F.), see 

A Si'Uth 

Allen, from W s Hyde bet 

Union and Filbert 
Allison Avenue, from Mission 

nr County Line 

Alma Avenue, from Clayton 

nr Grattan, W to Stanyan 
Alms House Road, from stan- 
yan nr Clarendon Av to Alms 
House 
Alpine (late Emma), from S 
s Thirteenth W of Castro, S 
to Fourteenth 
Alta, from E and W s Mont- 
gomery bet Union and Filbert 
Alta Plaza, bet Steiner, Scott, 

Clay and .Jackson 

Alvarado, from W s San Jose 

Av bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third, ^V to View Av 

Orosa St3. N. s. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church (c) (c) 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Eureka 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

View Avenue (e) (ei 

Amador (South S. F.), from 

the bay S of Islals to First 

Av South 

Amazon Avenue (Excelsior 

^ - Homestead ), from Mission nr 

County Line 
Amboy Alley, from N s Union 

bet Powell and Mason 
Amberst (University Home- 
stead), from S s Sliver Av 
bet Princeton and Yale 
Amity Alley, from S s Chest- 
nut bet Mason and Taylor 
Anderson (Bemal Heights), 
from S 8 Esmeralda Av bet 
Ellsworth and Moultrie 
Andover Avenue (Bemal 
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 Lane, from N s Eddy 

bet Powell and Mason, N to 

Ellis 

Annie, from S s Market bet 

Xew Montgomery and Third, 

S E to Mission 

Anthony, from N s Mission 

bet First and Second 
Antonio, from W s Jones bet 

Ellis and O'Farrell 
Apollo (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av S to Williams 
Av 
Appleton, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
Arago, N W of San Jose Av 
from Paulding S TV to Have- 
lock 
Arcadia (Sunnyside), from 
Mangels Av S to Circular Av 
Arcll (City Land Ass'n Tract), 
W of San Jose Av 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 San Jose Avnr Charles. 
S W to Koanoake 
Arlington Avenue (Lake 
view), from Ocean Av S to 
Lake View Av 
Army, from the bay S of 
Twenty-sixth. W to Fowler 
Av 
Cross Sit. N. S. 

Illinois 900 901 

Kentucky 1000 1001 

Tennessee 1100 1101 

Minnesota 1200 1201 

Indiana 1300 1301 

Iowa 1400 1401 

Pennsylvania Av 1500 1501 

Mississippi 1600 1601 

Texas 1700 1701 

Missouri 1800 1801 

Connecticut 1900 1901 

Arkansas 2000 2001 

"Wisconsin 2100 2101 

Carolina 2200 2201 

DeHaro 2300 2301 

Rhode Island 2400 2401 

Kansas 2500 2501 

Vermont 2600 2601 

San Bruno Av 2700 2701 

Utah 

Potrero Avenue 2800 

Hampshire 

York 8900 

Bryant 

Florida 30OO 

Alabama 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 

Oapp 

Mission 3400 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3500 3601 

San Jose Avenue . . . 360O 3601 

Guerrero 3700 S701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Ash Avenue, fromW s Larkin 
bet Fulton and McAllister, W 
to Buchanan 



Cross Sts. N. s 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenne 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) Cc) 

Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Ashburton Place, from E s 

Grant Av bet Post and Sutter 

Ashbury, from Fulton bet 

Masonic Av and Clayton, S to 

Seventeenth 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick SOO 801 

Astor, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Athens (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W to 
Amazon Av 
Attridge Alley, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Atwater, from E s Larkin 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 
Auburn, from N s Jackson 
bet Mason and Taylor, N to 
PaclBc 
August Alley, from N s Green 
bet Powell and Mason, X to 
Union 
Augusta, from E s San Bruno 
Av nr Silver At 

Austin Avenue, from w s 

Larkin bet Bush and Pine. W 
to Octavia 

Cross Sts, N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia (e) (e) 

Avery, from N s Geary bet 
Fillmore and Steiner, N to 
Post 

Avoca, from Douglass bet 
Thirty-llrst and Thirty-sec- 
ond 

Azores (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-ninth Av South 

Aztec (Bemal 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 i 

Baden (Sunnyside), from 
Mangels Av S to Circular Av 

Badger (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission nr Sil- 
ver Av 

Bagley Place, from N s 
OFarrell bet Grant Av and 
Stockton 

Bahama (South S. F.), see 
Eighth Av South 

Baker, from N s Haight bet 
Broderick and Lyon, X to the 



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Oak 200 (o) 

Fell 300 301 

Hayes 400 401 

Grove 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 7(X) 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 801 

Turkr (c) (c) 

Calva y Cemetery . . 

Geary 1300 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1801 

Sacramento 19(XI 1901 

Clay.l 2000 2001 

Wash ngton 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 2300 2301 

Broadway 2400 2401 

Vallejo 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

Union 3700 2701 

Filbert 3800 2801 

Greenwich 2900 2901 

Lombard 3000 3001 

Chestnut 3100 3101 

Francisco :aoO 3201 

Bay 3300 8301 

North Point 3400 3401 

Beach 3.500 3501 

Jefferson 3600 3601 

Tonquln 3700 3701 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Baker Alley, from w s Dupont 

bet .Tackaon and Pacific 

Baker Avenue (South S. F.), 

E of San Bruno Av nr Islals 

Creek 
Baldwin Court, from N s 

Folsom bet Fremont and 

FIr.st 
Balance, from N s Jackson 

bet Sansome and Mont- 

ETomery, N to Gold 
Balmy, from S s Twenty- 

ti Mirth bet Harrison and 

Treat Av. S to Twenty-fifth 
Banks (Bernal Heights), from 

Esmeralda Av bet Prentiss 

and Butler 

Bannam Place, from N s 

Gret-n bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton, y tu Union 
Barbadoes (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-ninth Av South 
Barlon, from Garibaldi E of 

Cadwallader 
Bameveld Avenue (late Rail- 
road Av). from Islals 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 

Tweuty-third -aoo 201 

Twenty-fourth 300 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twenty-sixth 500 501 

Army (e) (e) 

Bartlett Alley, from N s Jack- 
son bet Kearny and Dupont. 
X to Pacific 
Bartol, from Broadway bet 
Sansome and Montgomery, 
X 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 ll» 101 

California 200 201 

Haileck 

Sacramento 300 301 



Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 501 

Oregon 

Jackson 600 601 

Pacific 700 701 

Chambers 

Broadway SOO 801 

Vallejo 900 901 

Green 1000 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1100 1101 

Filbert 1200 1201 

Greenwich 1300 1301 

Lombard u*) (e) 

Bauer (Academy Tract), from 

N Ws Mission nr Norton 
Bay, from the bay bet Fran- 
cisco and North Point, W to 
Presidio P.eservatlon 

Cross Sis. 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 

Larkln 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue (o) 1101 

Franklin (o) 1201 

Gough (o) 1301 

Octavia (o) 1401 

Laguna 1500 (o) 

Buchanan 1600 (o) 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Steiner 1900 1901 

Pierce 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devlsadero 2200 2201 

Broderlck -2300 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon lei (e) 

Bay View (late Parnassus 
Av). from W s Railroad Av 
nr Eighteenth Av South 

Bay View Place, from N s 

Union tiet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Beach, from the bay bet North 
Point and Jefferson, W to 
PrcBldIo Pvcservatlon 
Beacon (Falrmount 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 4lX) 401 

Bryant .500 (o) 

Brannan le) fe) 

Beale Place, from F s Beale 

bet Foisom and Harrison, E 

to Main 
Beaver, from W s Noe bet 

Fifteenth and* Sixteenth, W 

to Castro 
Becker Place, from E s Taylor 

b,-t Post and Sutter 

Bedford Place, from N s Jack- 
son bc'l Stockton and Powell 

Beethoven, W of San Jose Av 
nr San Miguel 

Beldeman, from N s EUis 

bet Scott and Devlsadero 
Belcher, from S s Thirteenth 

bet Church and Sanchez, S to 

Fourteenth 
Belcher Court, fromS s Four 

teenth bet Church and San 

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Belden, from N s Bush bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Pine 

Belgrave Avenue (Clarendon 
Heights), from Stanyan S of 
Eighteenth 

Bellalr Place, from N s Chest- 
nut bet Dupont and Stockton. 
N to Francisco 

Bellevue, from Elizabeth W 
of Hoffman Av, S to Thir- 
tieth 

Bellevue Avenue, from S s 

Greenwich bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Bellevue Avenue, s E of 

Mission nr County Line 
Belmont Avenue, from Wood- 
land Av N \V t.j 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 

Bemls (Fail-mount Tract), 
from Beacon to Castro 

Bennington (Beraal Heights), 
from junction North Av and 
Eugenia Av S to East Av 

Benton Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from W 8 Andover Av S of 
Crescent Av 

Bepler, from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Bergen Alley, from W s Hyde 
bet Bay and North Point 

Berkeley Avenue (now Treat 
Av), from Precita Place bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Berkshire, nr intersection 
San Jose Av and Castro 

Berlin (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av bet 
GIrard and Goettlngen" 

Bermuda (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-fourth Av South 
Bemadotte, E of San Bruno 

Av nr Islals Creek 
Bemal (now Shotwell), from 

Twenty-sixth nr Howard, S 

to Precita Av 

Bemal Avenue (Bemal 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 3 1 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth (e) (e) 

Bemlce, from S s Twelfth bet 

Fol.som and Harrison, S W to 

Thirteenth 

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 500 501 

Division 

Eighth (e) (e) 

Berry Place (late Martin), 

from E s Grant Av bet Sutter 

and Bush 

Beulah, from Cole bet Waller 

and Frederick. W to Stanyan 

BlgelOW, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Biggs, E of San Bruno Av nr 
Islals Creek 

Billings Place (now Napier 
PI), from N s Filbert bet San- 
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Birch Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Grove and Fulton, W 

Cross .sis. N. S. 

Larkln 2 I 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue. . . . 200 201 

Franklin (c) (ci 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Bismarck, from San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Blackstone, from Franklin 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Blaine (Bernal Heights, now 
Eugenia Av), from Prentlse 
nr Cortland Av 

Blake (late Ferrie), from 
Point LoboB Av bet Collins 
and Cook 

Blanche Alley, from Twenty- 
third betChurch and Sanchez 

Bluzome, from W s Fourth 
bet Brannau and Townsend, 
W to Sixth 

Boardman Place, from S s 
Bryant bet Sixth and 
Seventh, S E to Brannan 

Boise (Bernal Heights, now 
Peralta Avi, from S e Pow- 
hattan nr Holladay Av 

Bolivia (South S. F.), see 
Fortv-nlnth Av South 

Bond, from S s Mission bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Bond Alley, from S s Green- 
wich bet Stockton and Powell 

Bone Alley, see Green Place 

Bonlta, from W s Polk bet 
ValU'io and Green, W to Van 

NCKB Av 

Boston Place, from E s First 

liet Folsom and Harrison 
Bosworth, from W s Mission 

Bourbon, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Preclta Creek 

Bourbon Place, from N s 

Eddv bet Steluer and Pierce, 

N to Ellis 
Bourne, E of San Bruno Av 

nv Iflnis Creek 
Boutwell (South S. F.), from 

IsIalH Creek, S to Augusta 
Bowdoin (University Home- 
stead), from S 8 Silver Av W 

of Hamilton 
Bower Place, from S s Green 

bet Dupont and Stockton 

Bowie Avenue, from e s 

Eleventh liet 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 Parker Av 

Boyd, from Chesley bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 

Boylston, from N s Silver Av 
W of Merrill 

Bradford (Bernal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av E of Car- 
ver, S to Powhattan 

Brady, from S s Market bet 
Twelfth and Valencia, S E to 
West Mission 

Brady Place, see Rockland 
Brannan, from the bay bet 
Bryant and Townsend, S W 
to 'Division 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Beale 2 1 

Fremont 100 101 

First 200 201 

Dover 

.Japan 

Second 300 301 



Stanford 

Thompson Avenue. . . 

Third 400 401 

Rltch 

Zoe 

RuBhton Place 

Fourth 500 501 

Fifth 600 601 

Sixth 700 701 

Harriet 

Geneva 

Boardman Place 

Brannan Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 800 801 

Langton 

Decatur 

Eighth 900 901 

Converse 

Ninth 1000 lOUl 

Dore 

Division (e) (e) 

Brannan Place, from S s 

Brannan bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth 

Brazil Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead ), from Mission 
S of China Av 

Brekle's Place, from S s Pa- 
cific bet Hyde and Larkln 

Brenham Place, from N s 

Clay bet Kearny and Dupont, 
N to Washington 
Brewery AUey, see Enter- 

Brewster (Bernal Heights), 
from Rutledge Av S W to Es- 
meralda .Av 

Bridge Place, from S s Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Bright (Citv Land Associa- 
tion Tract), W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Brighton Avenue (lane View), 

from Ocean Ay S to Lake 

View Av 
Britton, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Broad (Railroad Homestead), 

W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Broad's Place, from N s Bush 

bet Hyde and Larkln 
Broadway, from the bay bet 

Pacific and Vallejo, W to 

Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

EastNorth 2 1 

Davis 

Front 100 lOi 

Battery 200 201 

Saneome 300 301 

Ohio Place 

Bartol 

Montgomery 400 401 

Rowland 

Kearny 500 501 

Plnckney Place 

Montgomerv Avenue. 

Dupont 600 601 

Pacific Alley 

Duncan Court 

Stockton 700 701 

Virginia Place 

Church Avenue 

Powell SOO 801 

Scott Place 

Mason 900 901 

Salmon 

Hlmmelman Place... 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Sweet 

Florence Place 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Morse Place 

Bridge Place 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Morrell Place 

Larkln 1400 1401 

Polk 150O 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 

Stelner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 260O 2601 

Dcvlsadero 2700 2701 

Broderlck 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon (e) le) 

Broderlck, from N s Waller 
bet Devlsadero and Baker, 
N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Waller 2 1 

Halght 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 110! 

Ellis 1200 1201 

O'Farrell 1300 1301 

Geary 1400 1401 

Post 1500 1501 

Sutter 160O 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Pine 1800 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento 2000 2001 

Clay 2100 210X 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2800 2301 

Pacific Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2500 2.501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3201 

Francisco 8300 3301 

Bay 3400 3401 

NorthPoint 3500 3501 

Beach 3G0O .3601 

Jefferson 3700 3701 

Tonquln 3800 3801 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Bronte (Bernal Heights) , from 
S s Cortland Ave bet Brad- 
ford and Putnam 
Brook, from W s Mission nr 
Cortland Av 

Brooklyn Place, from S s 

Sacramento bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Brooks, from N s Market bet 
Kearny and Grant Av, X to 
Geary 

Brosnan, from W s Valencia 
bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. W to Guerrero 

Brown, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Brown Alley, see City Hall 
Place 

Bruce Avenue (Lake View) 

from Harol<l Av E 
Bruce Place, from Harrison 

Avnr Folsom 
Brunswick (West End Home- 
stead), S E of Mission nr 
County Line 
Brush, from N s Chestnut bet 

Scott and Devlsadero 

Bryant, from the bay bet 

Harrison and Brannan, S W 

to Division, thence S to Army 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Spear 2 1 

Main 

Beale 100 101 

Fremont 200 201 

First 300 301 

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RlDCon Place 

SUnly Place 

Second «» 401 

Third 500 501 

RItch 

Zoe 

Fourth 600 601 

Weet-on Place 

Fifth TOO 701 

Oak Grove Avenue . . 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 800 801 

Harriet 

Boardman Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 900 901 

Langton 

Chesley 

Victor 

Kate 

Decatur 

Eighth 1000 1001 

Converse 

Slnth 1100 1101 

Dore 

Tenth 1300 1201 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1300 1301 

Division 1400 1401 

Alameda 1500 1501 

Fifteenth 1600 1601 

Sixteenth ITOO 1701 

Seventeenth 1800 1801 

Mariposa 1900 1901 

Eighteenth 2000 2001 

Nineteenth 2100 2101 

Twentieth 2200 2201 

Twentv-flrst 2300 2301 

Twenty-second 2400 2401 

Twenty-third '2500 2501 

Twenty-fourth 2600 2601 

Twenty-fifth 2700 2701 

Twenty-sixth 2800 2801 

Army (e) (e) 

Bryant Avenue (now Bryant 

street I, from Division S to 
Army 

Buchanan, from N s Market 
and Thirteenth bet Laguna 
and Webster, X to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. w. 
Market and Thir- 
teenth 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

Waller 200 20 

Laussat Avenue 

Halght 300 301 

Rose Avenue 

Page 400 401 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 500 501 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 600 601 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 700 701 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 800 801 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 900 901 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue . 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Clarence Court 

Geary 1600 1601 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Pine 3000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Sacramento 2200 •?201 

Clay -2300 2301 

Washington 2400 2401 

Jackson 2300 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 



Filbert 3100 3101 

Plxley 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut (c) (c; 

Lobos Square 

Bay 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquln 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Buchanan Alley, see Maiden 
Allev 

Buena Vista (Bemal Heights), 
from Coso Av bet Elsie and 
North Av, S W to Cortland Av 

Buena Vista Avenue (late 

Park Road), surrounding 

Buena Vista Park 
Buena Vista Park, S of 

Halght bet Broderlck and 

Centra! Av 
Buena Vista Square, bet 

Twentieth, Twenty-flret. 

Vermont and Utah 
Bulah, see Beulah 
Burcham Place, from w s 

Leavenworth bet Golden 
Gate Av and Turk 

Burgojme Place, frotn s s 

Pacific bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
Burnett Place, from N s Bush 
bet Sansome and Montgom- 
ery 

Bumslde Avenue, nr inter- 
section San Jose Av and 
Castro 
BuiTltt, from S s Bush bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Burrows (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
S of Felton 
Bush, from N s Market bet 
Sutter and Pine, W to Cen- 
tral Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Battery 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 

Burrltt 

Monroe 

Chelsea Place 

Powell 700 701 

Bush Street Place 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 90O 901 

Jones lOOO 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Broad's Place 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2301 

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 (Bemal 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 

Byln^on Avenue, from w s 

Webster bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell, W to Fillmore 

Byrne, E of San Bruno Av nr 
Islals Creek 

Byron (Bemal Heights, now 
Brewster I. from Isabel S W 
to Rutledge Av 

Byxbee (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract). W of San Jose 
Av or County Line 

C, from First Av S of B, W to 
the ocean 

C South, from Water Front 
S W to County Line 

Cabot (Bemal Heights), from 
Macedonia N W to Peralta 
Av 

Cadell Alley, from N s Union 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Cadwallader, E of San Bruno 
Avnr Islals Creek 

Calne Avenue, W of San Jose 
Av nr Ocean View Station 

Calaveras (South S. F.), from 
the bay bet Amador and 
Mendocino. W to First Av 
South 

Caledonia Alley, from Fif- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
lencia, S to Sixteenth 
Calhoun, from N s Green bet 
Sansome and Montgomery, 
N to Union 
California, from jtmction 
■ Market and Drumm bet Pine 

and Sacramento. W to City 
Cemetery 

Cross Sts. N. S 

Marketand Drumm.. 2 1 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Sansoiiie 400 401 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 500 501 

Spring 

Webb 

Kearny 600 601 

St. Mary 

Quincy 

Dupont 700 701 

Selina Place 

Grace Terrace 

Stockton 800 801 

Pratt Place 

Prospect Place 

Miles Court 

Powell 900 901 

Mason 1000 1001 

Cushraan 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Helen 

JacobyPlace 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Ness Avenue .... 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

Octavia 300O 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 






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Webster 2300 2301 

Middle 

Fillmore MOO 2401 

Stelner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott «00 2701 

Devlsadero 2800 2801 

Broderlck 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue S200 (o) 

■SValnut 3300 (o) 

Laurel 3400 (o) 

Locust 3500 (o) 

Spruce 3600 (o) 

Maple S700 

Parker Avenue — • 3i01 

Commonwealth Av.. 

Cherry 3800 

Jordan Avenue 3801 

Michigan Avenue — 

First Avenue 3900 3901 

Second Avenue 4000 4001 

Third Avenue 4100 4101 

Fourth Avenue 4200 4201 

Filth Avenue 430(1 4301 

Sixth Avenue 4400 4401 

Seventh Avenue 4500 4501 

Eighth Avenue 4600 4601 

California Avenue (Bemal 

Heights), from Coso Av bet 
Mission and Prospect Av.S W 
to Cortland .\v 

California South, from First 

\v bet Clement and Cali- 
fornia, W to Sixth Av 
Cambridge, from S s silver 

Av bet Tale and Oxford 
Camella, W of San Jose Av 

nr San Miguel 
Camp, from E s Guerrero bet 

sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Canal, from E s Mission nr 

silver Av 
Capitol Avenue, from Ocean 
Av nr Mtramar Av, S to Pal- 
metto Av 
Capp, from S s Fifteenth bet 
Howard and Mission. S to 
Twenty-sixth 
Cross Sis. w. E. 

Fifteenth 2 '1 

Adair 

Sixteenth 100 101 

Seventeenth 200 201 

Eighteenth 300 301 

Xlneteenth 400 401 

Twentieth 500 501 

Twenty-first 600 601 

Twenty-second 700 701 

Twentv-third 800 801 

Twenty-fourth 900 9tll 

Twenty-flfth 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 tr. First Av 
Carlos Place, from S s O'Far- 

rell bet Powell and Mason 
Carmellta, from S s Waller 

bet Pierce and Scolt 
Carolina, from Eighth bet 
Wisconsin and De Haro, S to 
Tulare 
Caroline (now Harriet), from 
s s Fulsom bet Sixth and 
Seventh 
Caroline (now Dore), from S s 
Howard bet Ninth and Tenth 
Caroline Place, from E s Pow- 
ell bet Jackson and Pacific 
Carr, from Paul Av S to Sa- 
linas Av 
CaiT Place, from S s Chestnut 
bet Mason and Taylor 



Carrie, from Chenery nr Cas- 

Carter, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Carthagena (South S. F.), 

see Forty-eighth Av South 
Carver (Bemal Heights) , from Es- 
meralda Av S to PowhaUan 
Case, from W of San Bruno A v 

nr head Islals Creek 
Caselll Avenue, from Doug- 
lass nr Nineteenth to Eagle 
Castro, from S s Thirteenth 
W of Noe. S to San Jose Av 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Tllden 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 300 301 

State 

Market 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Elizabeth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1.301 

Jersey 1400 1401 

Twenty-flfth 1500 1501 

Clipper 1600 1601 

Twenty-sixth 1700 1701 

Army 1800 WOl 

Twenty-seventh 190O 1901 

Duncan 2000 2001 

Twenty-eighth 2100 2101 

Valley 2200 2201 

Twenty-ninth 2300 2301 

Day 2400 2401 

Thirtieth 2500 2501 

Cayuga Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Ocean Av W of 
Mission 
Cedar, from N s Clay bet 
Davis and Front, N to Wash- 
ington 
Cedar Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Geary and Post. W to 
Lagnna (Some of the build- 
ings are Incorrectly num- 
bered.) 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Larkln 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue — (c> (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough tc) (c) 

Octavia (400)500 501 

Laguna 'ej (e) 

Cedar Lane, see Clarion Alley 

Center (now Sixteenth), from 

the bav bet ?"lfteenth and 

Seventeenth. W to Harrison 

Central, from S s Brannan 
bet Second and Third 

Central Avenue, from Buena 

vista Av W of Lyon, N to 
Presidio Keservatlon 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Buena Vista Avenue. 2 1 

Waller 

Halght 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak (c) (e) 

Golden Gate Park . . . 

Fell 400 401 

Hayes 500 501 

Grove 600 601 

Fulton TOO 701 

McAllister 800 SOI 



Golden Gate Av 900 901 

Turk (c) (ci 

Calvary Cemetery ... 

Geary 1400 1401 

Post 1500 (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 

Halght bet Gough and Oc- 
tavia 
Central Place, from S s Pine 

bet Kcarnv and Diipont 
Ceres (Silver Terrace), from 

Thornton .\v 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 
>la8oD, N to Lombard 

Channel, from the bay bet 
Berry and Hooper, S W to 
Eighth 

Channel, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr heiul Islals Creek 

Chapultepec (Bemal Beighls), 
from Coso Av bet Prospect 
Av and Elsie. S W to Cort- 
land Av 

Charity, E of San Bruno At 
nr Islals Creek 

Charles (Fairmount Tract), 
from San Jose Av nr Arling- 
ton to Chenery 

Charles Place, from N s Har- 
rison bet First and Second 

Charter Oak Avenue, from 

Islais Creek E of San Bruno 

Av. S to Paul Tract 
Chase, see Commonwealth Av 
Chase Place, from e s Mason 

bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Chatham Place, from N s 

Bush I'Ct Dupont and Stock- 

Chattanooga, from S s 

Twentv-ttrst bet Dolores and 
Church. S to Twenty-fourth 

Chelsea Place, from s s Bush 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Chenery (Fairmount Tract), 
from Thirtieth nr Church, S 
and S w 
Cheney, from E s Second bet 

Stevenson and Mission. 
Cherry, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Maple and First 
Av, S to California 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 30O 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California Ce) (e) 

Cherubusco (Bemal Heights, 
now Elsie), from Coso Av 
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 SU. N. S. 

Sansome 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Wintbrop 

Kearnv 20O 201 

DupoDt. 300 301 

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Stockton 401) 401 

ChCBtDut Alley 

Powell 500 501 

Mason 600 601 

Carr Place 

Montgomery Avenue 

Taylor 700 iOl 

Jones 800 801 

Leavenworth 900 901 

Hyde 1000 1001 

Larkin 1100 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1300 1301 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Gough 1500 1501 

Octavia 1600 1601 

Laguna (o) 1701 

Buchanan (o) 1801 

Webster 1900 1901 

Fillmore .2000 2001 

Stelner 2100 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott 2300 2S01 

Devlsadero 2400 2401 

Broderlck 2500 2501 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Chestnut Alley, from N s 

Chestnut bet Stockton and 

Powell 
China (South S. F.), from 

WatiT Front nr C South, to 

Third Av South 
China Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead), from Mission 

S of Japan Av 
Church, rrom Hermann bet 

Dolores and Sanchez, S to 

Thirtieth 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Hermann 2 1 

Thirteenth 100 101 

Reservoir 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Market 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Borland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Hancock 

Nineteenth TOO 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-lirst 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twentv-thlrd 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty- flfVh '.l '.'.;!'!! 1300 1801 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1601 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1700 1701 

Day 

Thirtieth (e) (e) 

Church Alley, from N s Wash- 
ington bet Dupont and Stock- 
ton 

Church Avenue (late Morey 
Alley), from N s Broadway 
bet Stockton and Powell. X 
to Vallejo 

Church Lane, trom W s Do- 
lores lii't sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth. W to Church 

Church Place (now Edith) 
fron) W s Dupont bet Green- 
wich a))d Lombard 

Churchill Court, see Tiffany 



City Hall Avenue (late Park 
Avenue 1, from S 8 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 .\v 
Clalrvllle Place, see Graham 

Place 
Clara, trom W s Riteh bet 
Folsom and Harrison, S W 
to Sixth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

RItch 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Hulbert Place 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Clara Avenue, from N s Eigh- 
teenth W of Douglass 
Clara Lane, from N s Sutter 
bet Kearny and Grant Av, N 



Clarence Place, from N s 

Townsend bet Second and 
Third 

Clarendon Avenue(Clarendon 

Heights), trom Stanyan S of 

Eighteenth. 

Clarion Alley (late Cedar 

Lane) from W s Mission bet 

enth and Eighteenth, 



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Clark, from W s Drumm bet 
Jackson and Paclflc, W to 
Front 
Clarke, see Clarkson 
Clarkson (late Clarjte) from 
Lincoln Av nr Thirtieth. W 
to Fowler Av 
Clay, from the bay bet Sacra- 
mento and Washington, W to 
First Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Cedar 

Front .300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leldesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 701 

Brenham Place 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

SpofFord 

Stockton 900 901 

Clay Avenue 

Prospect Place 

Powell loot) IWl 

Fremont Court 

Tay 

Wetmore Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Yerba Buena 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Torrens Court 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 170O 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 loi 2701 



Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderlck 3000 30O1 

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) 

Clay Avenue, from N s Clay 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Clayton, from Fulton bet Ash- 
bury and Cole, S to Seven- 
teenth 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (CI (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Clement, from First Av bet 
Point Lobos Av and Califor- 
nia, W to the ocean 

Clement Place, from s s 

Green bet Dupont and Stock- 
Clementina, from W s Firs t 
bet Tehama and Folsom, S W 
to Ninth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Rodney 

Oscar Alley 

Second (cl (c) 

Third (c) (c) 

Fourth 300 801 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth (c) (C) 

Seventh '. ic) (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 Avenue, nr intersec- 
tion Sun Jose Av and Castro 
Clinton Park, from W s Va- 
lencia bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth, W to Dolores 
Clipper, trom W s Dolores bet 
Twenty-afth and Twenty- 
sixth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Sanchez 200 201 

Noe 300 301 

Castro 400 401 

Diamond 500 501 

Douglass 600 601 

Cllve, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Clover, from Eighteenth W 

of Clara Av 
Clyde (late Liberty), trom N 
s Townsend bet Third and 
Fourth 

Codman Place, from S s 

Washington bet Powell and 
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Cole, from Fulton bet Clayton 
and Shrader, S to Clarendon 
Av 
Cross Sis. E. w. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Beulah 

Frederick 800 801 

College (University Home- 
stead!, from S s Silver At 
W of Dartmouth 
College Place, from N s Hayes 

bet Larkln and Polk 
Colllngwood (late Sherman), 
from S s seventeenth bet 
Castro and Diamond. S to 
Twenty-seeond 
Collins, from Point Lotos Av 

bet Wood and Blake 
Colorado, from the bay S to 

India Basin 
Colton, from Brady bet Mar- 
ket and West Mission 
Columbia Place (Bernal 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 
Battery 
Commercial, from the bay 
bet Saeramento and Clay, W 
to Dupont 
Cross S/s. N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome SOO 501 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 .701 

Dupont (e) (e) 

Commonwealth Avenue(late 

Chase p. from X s Point Lobos 
Av liet Parker and Jordan 

AVB 

Concord Avenue (West Ena 

Tract 1. from E s Mission 

nr County Line 
Congdon (College Homestead), from 

Canal to Silver Av 
Congo ( Sunnyside ) , from 

Mangels Av S to Circular Av 
Congress (Flint Tract), from 

Bucna Vista Av S W to Ash- 

Conkling (South S. F.), from 
Silv.-r Av nr Augusta 

Connecticut, from Sixteenth 
bet Missouri and Arkansas. 
S to Tulare 

Converse, from N and S s Bry- 
ant bet Eighth and Xluth 

Cook, from Point Lobos Av 
liet Blake and Boyce 

Cooper's Alley, from N s Jack- 
sou bet Kearny and Dupont 

Cora, W of San Bruno Av nr 
Counry Line 



Corea (South S. F.) , see Ninth 
Av South 

Cortez (Bernal Heights, now 
Rutledge Av), from Mace- 
donia S W 

Cortland Avenue (Bernal 

Heights I. from Mission nr 

Thirtieth. E to San Bruno Av 
COSO Avenue (Bernal Heights), 

from Precita Av nr Mission. 

S E toXortb Av 
Costa, from HoUaday Av nr 

Butledge Av. W to Brewster 
Costa Rica (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-sixth Av South 
Cotta (Spring Valley Home- 
stead). W of Mission nr Sil- 
ver Av 
Cottage Place, from E s Jones 

bet Gearv and Post 
Cottage Row, from N s Sutter 

l,et Webster and Fillmore. N 

to Bush 
Cotter (AcademyTract).from 

N W s Mission bet Theresa 

and Francis 
County Road, now Mission St 
Cram Place, from N s Golden 

Gate Av bet Buchanan and 

Webster 
Crane, from Paul Av S to 

Salinas .Vv 
Craut (College Homestead), 

from Canal S to Silver Av 
Creek Lane (now Erie), from 

Folsom het Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth 

Crescent Avenue, from Mis- 
sion s of West Av. E to San 
Bruno Av 

Crocker, from West Mission 
bet Brady and Hermann 

Crocker Avenue (now Clip- 
per), from Ws Douglass het 
Twentv-llfth and Twenty- 
sixth 
Croke (Academy Tract) , from 

N W 8 Mission bet Francis 

and Harrington 
Cronogue- Alley, from S s 

Twenty-first bet Guerrero 

and Fair oaks 
Crook, from N s Townsend 

bet Third and Fourth 
Cross, from Mission nr 

County Line 
Croton Avenue, nr intersec- 
tion of San.l ose A V and Castro 
Crystal (late Milton), W of 

San .lose Av nr County Line 
Cum Cook Alley, from W s Du- 
pont bet Jackson and Paclllc 
Cumberland (late Columbia), 

from W 8 Guerrero bet Slne- 

teenth and Twentieth, W to 

Xoe 
Cumberland Place, from W s 

Valencia bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Curtis, from New Morse bet 

Pope and Keed 
Cushman, from N s California 

bet Mason and Taylor. N to 

Sacramento 

Custom House Place, from N 

s Washington bet Battery 
and Sansome 
Cuvier (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), from W 8 Mission 



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Cypress Alley, from S s Twen- 
ty-fourth tjet Howard and 
Mission. S to Twenty-sixth 

D (now Fulton) , from First Av 
N of Golden Gate Park. W to 
the ocean. 



D Soutb, from Water Front 

S W to County Line 
Dakota (South S. F.), from 

the bay S to India Basin 
Dale Place, from S s Golden 
Gate Av bet Leavenworth 
and Hyde 
DamelFairmount Tract), from 
Thirtieth nr Church. S to 
P.andali 
Danton(Spring Valley Home- 
stead). W of Mission nr Sil- 
ver Av 
Danvers, from Corbett Av 

S E to Casein Av 
Dartmouth (nniversitjHomestead), 
from S s Sliver Av W of 
Bowdoln 
Davis, from N s Market bet 
Drumm and Front, X to the 
bay 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay 300 SOI 

Washington 400 4U1 

Oregon 

Jackson 500 501 

Clark 

Pacific 600 601 

Chambers 

Broadway 700 701 

Vallejo SOD SOI 

Dawson Place, from E s Mason 

bet Sacramento and Clay 
Day, from W s San Jose Av 
bet Twentv-nlnth and Thir- 
tieth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 9)1 

Noe 400 401 

Castro 500 501 

Diamond 600 6iil 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoffman Avenue 800 80i 

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 Ishils Creek 
De Ealb (Bernal Heights , now 
Peralta Av.), from S s Cort- 
land Av nr Bradford 
De Long (late Schiller), W of 
San Jose Av nr County Line 

De Long Avenue from S s 

Waller bet Masonic .\v and 
.\9hbury 

De Montfort Avenue (Lake 

view), from Mlramar Av W 
to Arlington .\v 

De Wolf (West End Tract) 
from Sherman .\v nr Sau 
Jose Av. 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. S E to 
Brannan 

Decatur (Bemal 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 

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Delaware (University Home- 
stead I. see Saratoga 
Delaware Avenue (West End 

Tract). E of San Jose Av nr 
San Miguel 

Delaware Avenue (City Land 

Ass'u Tract >, see Worcester 
Av 

Delaware Court, from N s 

Sutter bet Powell and Mason 
Delgado Place, from E s Hyde 

bet fireen and Union 
Delta Place, from E s Mason 

bet Sutter and Bush 

Denmark (South S. F.), see 
Second Av South 

Derby (late Oak), from W s 
Mason bet Geary and Post 

Derby Place (late Oak), from 

E s Taylor bet Geary and 
P..«t 

Desmond, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Detroit (Sunnyside), from 
Melrose Av S to Circular Av 

Devlsadero. from N s Thir- 
teenth bet Scott and Brod- 
erlck, N to the bay 

Crosi SU. B. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Lloyd 

Waller 100 101 

Haight 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Hayea 600 601 

Grove 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue.lOOO 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

EUla 1300 1301 

O'Farrell I40O 1401 

Geary 1600 1501 

Garden Avenue 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 180O ISOl 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 230O 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

PaclflcAvenue 2.500 2501 

Broadway .....2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 340O 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquln 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Dewey Boulevard, from 

junction N and Seventh Av, 
S and S W to Ocean Av 

Diamond, from S s Seven- 
teenth bet Castro and Doug- 
lass, S to San .Jose Av 

Diamond (Visitaoion Val- 
ley I. see Medford 

Diana (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av to Williams Av 

Dickinson, from E s San Bruno 
Av nr Union Av 

Dlgby (Faimaount Tract, late 
Carlos), from Beacon to El 
Monte 

Dlkeman Place, from W s 
Mason bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Division, from junction Chan- 
nel and Seventh, W to Flor- 
ida, thence SW to Eighteenth 



Dock (South S. F.), from 
Water Front S W to County 
Line 
Dod^e, from S s Turk bet 

Hyde and Larkln 
Dolores, from junction of Mar- 
ket and Thirteenth bet Guer- 
rero and Church, S to San 
Jose Av 
Cross Sis. w. B. 

Market ,fc Thirteenth 3 1 

Clinton Park 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Wells Avenue 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Railway Avenue 

Borland 

Eighteenth 10) 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-atth 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. P.), see 

Twelfth Av South 
Donah, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Dora (now Ijangton), from S 
s Folsom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 
Dore, from S s Howard bet 
XInth and Tenth, S E to 



Dore Alley, from Jackson bet 

Powell and Mason 
Dorland, from W s Guer- 
rero bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth. W to Sanchez, 
Douglass, from S s Sixteenth 
W of Eureka, to S of Thir- 
tieth 
Douglass Avenue, from junc- 
tion Thlrtv-Iirst 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 
Dnuum, from N s Market 
bet East North and Davis N 
to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. 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 

Jackson bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
Dunbar AUey, from Merchant 

bet Montgomery and Kearny, 

N to Washington 
Duncan, from W s San Jose 

Av bet Twenty-seventh and 

Twenty-eighth, W to Fowler 

Av 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 70O 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

Bellevue 1000 1001 

Duncan Court, from N s 

Broadway bet Dupont and 
Stockton 
Dunkirk (Bernal Heights, 
now Nevada Avenue), from 
Esn)eraldaAv S toPowhattan 
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 4111 

Pine 500 501 

Virginia Court 

California 600 601 

Sacramento 700 701 

Commercial 

Clay 800 801 

Washington 900 901 

Jackson lOOO 1001 

Pacific HOO 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 

Pfelffer 

Francisco 2000 2001 

Bay 2100 2101 

NorthPoint 2200 2201 

Beach (e) (e) 

Dupont Alley (see Adler) 
Dwight (X) niversity Home- 
sieiid I. from W s San Bruno 
Av s ,,f Woolsey 
E South, 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) 

Clay (o) 101 

Merchant to) 

Washington (o) 201 

Jackson (o) 301 

Pacific (o) 401 

East South, from Market S 
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Cross Sts. B. w. 

Market (o) S 

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 

nr County Line 
East Park, from Holly Park 

Av E to Andover Av 

East Van Ness Avenue, S s 

Greenwich bet Polk and Van 
Ness Av 
Eaton Alley, from S s Green 

bet Powell and Mason 
Ecker, from S s Market bet 

First and Second 
Ecuador (South S. F.), see 

Forty-fourth Av South 
Eddy, from junction Market 

and Powell bet Turk and 

Ellis, W to Calvary Cemetery 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market and Powell .. 2 1 

Anna Lane 

Eddy Place 

Mason 100 101 

Taylor 200 201 

Jones 300 301 

Wagner Alley 

Leavenworth 400 401 

Hyde 500 501 

Larkln 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van NeSB Avenue.... 800 801 

Franklin 900 901 

Gough 1000 (o) 

Octavla 1100 (0) 

Laguna 1200 1201 

Buchanan 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1501 

Stelner 1600 1601 

Bourbon Place 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1800 1801 

Devlsadero 1900 1901 

Broderlck 2000 2001 

St .Joseph's Avenue,, (e) (e) 
Eddy Place, from S s Eddy 

bet Powell and Mason 

Edgar Avenue (Lake View) 
from Bruce Av nr Harold Av 
Edgar Place, from W s Du- 
poDt bet Greenwich and Lom- 
board 
Edinburgh (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Sliver Av S W 
to .Amazon Av 
Edith (late Church Place), 
from W s Dupont bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 
Edna (Sunnyside), from Mel- 
rose Av s 
Edson, from Kentucky bet 

XIneteenth and Twentieth 
Eighteenth, from the bay bet 
Mariposa and Nineteenth, W 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Illinois 500 501 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tennessee 700 701 

Minnesota 800 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania Av ...1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 140O 1401 

Connecticut 150O 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina 1800 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhode Island 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 



San Bruno Avenue.. 2300 2301 

Utah 2400 2401 

Potrero Avenue 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 '2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 330O 3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

San Carlos Avenue . 
Lexington Avenue.. 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapldge 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Oakwood 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 8800 3801 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 

Castro 4100 4101 

ColUngwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Eureka 4400 4401 

Douglass 4500 4501 

Clara Avenue 

Eighteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Eighteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 

Water Front 
Eighth, from S s Market bet 

Seventh and Ninth, S E to 

Sixteenth 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 I 

Stevenson 

Manning Place 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Sunshine Court 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Rlngold 

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, from the bay S of 

Alameda, W to 6th 
El Monte (Fairmount Tract, 
late William), from Beacon 
to Castro 
Eldrldge, 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 

KIsslIng 

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 Jonee 
Elizabeth, from W s San 
Jose Av bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth, W to 
Bellevue 
Cross Sts. 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 

Folson) bet Third and Fourth 
Elk (South S. F.), E of San 

Bruno Av nr Islals Creek 
Elk (Visitacion Valley) see 

Aberdeen 
Ellen (now Hoflman Av), from 

S 8 Twenty-second bet Doug- 
lass and Bellevue 
Ellert, from North Av nr 

Holly Park Av, E to Andover 

Av 
Ellery (late Ecker), from S s 

Bryant bet First and Second 
Elllck Alley, from N s Pacific 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
Elliot Lane, from O'Farrell 

nr Stelner, N to Elliot Park 

Elliot Park, from w s 

stelner bet O'Farrell and 
Geary 
Ellis, from junction Market 
and Stockton bet Eddy and 
O'Farrell, W to Calvary Cem- 
etery 
Cro.ts Sts. N. s. 

Market and Stockton 2 1 

Powell 100 101 

Anna Lane 

Mason 200 201 

Taylor 300 301 

Jones 400 401 

Leavenworth 500 501 

Cohen Place 

Hyde 600 601 

Larkln 700 701 

Polk 800 801 

Van Ness Avenue 900 901 

Franklin lOOO 1001 

Gough 1100 1101 

Octavla 1200 1201 

Laguna 1300 1301 

Buchanan ,1400 1401 

Hollls 

Webster 1500 1501 

Folger Place 

Fillmore 1600 1601 

Stelner 1700 1701 

Bourbon Place 

Pierce 1800 1801 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 1900 1901 

Beldeman 

Devlsadero 2000 2001 

Broderlck 2100 2101 

St. Joseph's Avenue, (ei (e) 
Ellsworth (Bernal Heights) 
from S s Esmeralda Av bet 
Anderson and Gates 
Elm (now Laussat Av), from 
W 8 Buchanan bet Waller and 
Halght. W to Webster 
Elm Avenue, from W s Polk 
bet Golden Gate Av and 
Turk, W (The buildings on 
this street are Incorrectly 
numbered) 



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Cross Sts. N. S. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Av... (200) 100 101 

FrankllD (300) 200 201 

Gough Ic) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Buchanan (c) (c) 

Webster (c) (c) 

nilmore (e) (c) 

Stelner (c) (c) 

Pierce (1100)1000 1001 

Scott (e) (e) 

Elmira (South S. F.), from 

Islals Creek S to Silver Av 
Elsie (lateCherubusco), from 
Coso Av nr Chapultepec, S 
\7 to Holly Park Av 
ElWOOd(late O'Farrell Alley), 
trom N 8 O'Farrell tiet 
Powell and Mason, N and W 
to Mason 
Emma, from E s Stockton bet 

Bush and Pine 
Emma (now Alpine) , from S s 

Thirteenth W of Castro 
Emma (now Ledyard), from 
Sliver Av nr Scott Av 

Emmet Place, from w s 

Stockton bet California and 

Sacramento 
Enterprise, from E s Folsom 

bet Sixteenth & Seventeenth 
Epstein (now Masonic Av), 

from Albany W and X W to 

Java 
Erie, from E s Mission bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth, 

S to Folsom 
Erkson Court, from N s Post 

bet Dcvlsadcro and Brod- 

crick 

Esmeralda Avenue (Bernal 

Helghtsl.from California Av 

S E and E to Holladay Av 
Esmond, from New Morse nr 

Mission. 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 Islals 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- 

kln bet Busb and Pine 
Evatt, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Eve (Bernal Heights), from 

San Bruno Av S of Army W 

to Holladay Av 
Everett (now Natoma), from 

W s Third bet Mission and 

Howard. S W to Fourth 

Evergreen (Flint Tract) , from 

Buena Vista Av S W to Ma- 
sonic Av 

Everson (Falrmount Tract), 
from Beacon nr Bcmis 

Ewer Place, from W s Mason 
bet Sacramento and Clay 

Ewlng Place (late Metcalf 
Place), from W s Laguna bet 
Post and Sutter 

Ezcbange 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 Sis. W. E. 

Twenty-flrst 2 1 

Twenty-second 100 101 

Twenty-third 200 201 

Twenty-fourth 300 301 

Twenty-flfth 400 401 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

Fair OaSs Court, see OaU- 

Fairmount (Fairmount Tract), 
from San Jose Av W to 
Bemis 

Faith (Bernal Heights), from 
Holladay Av N W to Brew- 



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 San Jose Av 
nr County Line 
Fargo Place (late Columbia 
Place ). from Boardman Place 
bet Bryant and Brannan 

Famsworth Lane, from wil- 

lard nr Sullivan W to Sunset 
Av 
Faixagut Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Fairen Avenue, from n s Eddy 

bet Pierce and Scott. N to 
Ellis 

Faxton Avenue (Lake View), 

from Ocean Av S to Lake 

View Av 
Federal (late Frederick), from 

W s First bet Bryant and 

Brannan. to Second 
Fell, from junction Market 

and Polk bet Oak and Hayes, 

W to Stanyan 

Crow Sts. s. s. 

Market and Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue.... 100 101 

Franklin 20O 201 

Gough . 300 301 

Octavia 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster 700 701 

Fillmore 800 801 

Stelner 900 901 

Pierce 1000 1001 

Scott 1100 1101 

Devlsadero 1200 1201 

Broderick 1300 1301 

Baker 1400 (o) 

Lyon 1500 (o) 

Central Avenue 1600 (o) 

Masonic Avenue 1700 (o) 

Ashbury 1800 (o) 

Clayton 1900 (o) 

Cole 2000 (o) 

Shrader 2100 (o) 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Fella Place, from E s Powell 
bet Bush aud Pine 

Felton (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
bet Sllllman and Burrows 

Fern Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Sutter and Bush, W 
to Gough 



Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (e) (e) 

Ferrie, see Blake 

Fielding (late Newhall), from 
W s Stockton bet Lombard 
and Chestnut 

Fifteenth, from Carolina bet 
Alameda and Sixteenth W. 

Cross SI). N. s. 

Carolina 2 

De Haro 100 

Rhode Island 200 

Kansas 300 

Vermont 400 

San Bruno Avenue.. 500 

Utah 600 

PotreroAvenue 700 

Hampshire 800 

York 900 

Bryant 1000 

Florida 1100 

Alabama 1200 

Harrison 1300 130 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 1400 

Shotwell 

Howard I.tOO 

Natoma 

Capp 

Minna 

Mission 160O 1601 

Llda Place 

Julian Avenue 

Caledonia Alley 

Valencia 1700 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero 180O 1801 

Alleen Avenue 

Dolores 1900 1901 

Landers 

Church 2000 2001 

Sharon 

Market 

Sanchez 2100 2101 

Noe 2200 2201 

Castro 2300 2301 

Fifteenth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to W 
Fifteenth Avenue South, from 



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Fifth, from S s Market bet 
Fourth and Sixth, S E to the 
bay 

Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Mint Avenue 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Shipley 

Harrison".!!!!!!!!'.!!'. 400 401 

Perry '. — 

Bryant 500 501 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townaend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 



Channel . 



Fifth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to K 

Fifth Avenue South, from 

Islals S E to Water Front 
Figaro (now Macedonia). 

from Peralta Av S E to Rut 

ledge .\v 
Filbert, from the bay bet 

Union and Greenwich, W to 

Presidio Reservation 



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Filbert— Ctonfd. 

Cross SU. N. S. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Napier Place 

Norton Place 

Montgomery 300 301 

Kearny 400 401 

Filbert Place 

Varennes 

Grand Place 

Dnpont 500 501 

Medau Place 

Jaepar Place 

Krausgrlll Place 

Stockton 600 (o) 

Powell TOO 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.... 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gongh 1700 1701 

Octavla 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

TVebster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 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 
FlUmore, from N s Thirteenth 

bet "Webster and Stelner, N 

to the bay 

Cross SU. E. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

Germanla Avenue — 

Waller 200 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Halght 300 301 

Rose Avenue 

Page 400 401 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 500 501 

Fell 600 601 

Hayes 700 701 

Grove 800 801 

Fulton 900 901 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue.llOO 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Eddy 1300 1801 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Bylngton Avenue • 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Geary 1600 1601 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wlldey Avenue 

Pine 2000 2001 

Fillmore Place 

California 2100 2101 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2:)00 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 

Plxlev Avenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3.300 3301 

Chestnut 3400 3401 



Francisco 3500 3501 

Bay 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 370O 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 Sis. W. K. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

LlckAlley 

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 

Townsend (e) (e) 

First Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to J 
First Avenue South, from 

Islats S E to Water Front 

Fisber Alley, from E s Powell 

bet Pacific and Broadway 
Flint (Flint Tract), from Six- 
teenth nr Castro, to Albany 
Flint Alley, from Vallejo bet 

Battery and Sansome 
Flood Avenue (Sunny side), 
from Circular Av W to Ham- 

Flora (Silver Terrace), from 
Bay View to Thornton Av 

Floral Grove, see Brooks 

Florence, from E s Mission 
nr County Line 

Florence (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract 1. see Head 

Florence Place, from N s 

Broadway bet Taylor and 

Jones. X to Vallejo 

Florida, from Division bet 

Bryant and Alabama, S to 

Army 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-flrst 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flf th 1300 1801 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

Flower, from Loomis W to 

San Bruno Av 
Foerster (Sunnyside) , 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 Sis. N. s. 

EastSouth 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 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Place 

Third 700 701 

Ritch 

Elizabeth Place 

Fourth!'.".'.'..!'.!.!'.!'.. 800 801 

Miller Place 

Fifth 900. 901 

Falmouth 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Columbia Square 

Russ 

Sherman 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Harrison Avenue 

Rausch 

Folsom Avenue 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 1601 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 180O 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Enterprise 

S*enteenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-flrst 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 

Waltham 

Esmeralda Avenue. . . 

Folsom Avenue (late Otis 
Place), from S s Folsom bet 
Seventh and Eighth 

Foote Avenue (West End 

Tract I. from SE s San Jose 

Av nr County Line 
Ford, from W s Sanchez bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth, 

W to Noe 
Ford (City Land Association 

Tract), see Byxbee 
Fortieth Avenue, from Clem- 

Fortleth 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 



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Forty-first Avenue, from 

Clt-ment S to X 

Forty-first Avenue South, 

from San Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-fourth Avenue, from 

Ck-uirlitS to X 

Forty-fourtli Avenue South, 



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Forty-ninth Avenue, from 

A S to .1 

Forty-ninth Avenue South, 

from Sun Bruno Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-second Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Forty-second Avenue South; 

from Shd Bruno Av S E to 
Cotmtv 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 Bruuo Av S E to 
County Line 

Forty-third Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Forty-third Avenue South, 

from San ISruuo 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 Sfa. N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 201 

Natoma 

Minna 

Mission 300 301 

Jessie 

Julian Avenue 

Stevenson 

Valencia 40O 401 

Guerrero 500 501 

Maple Court 

Dolores 600 601 

Landers 

Market 

Church 700 701 

Belcher 

Belcher Court 

Sanchez 800 801 

Walter 

Noe 900 901 

Castro 1000 1001 

Alpine ■ ■ 

South Broderlck (e) (e) 

Fourteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to V 

Fourteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 

Water Front 
Fourth, from S s Market bet 

Third and Fifth, S E to the 

bay 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Pioneer Place 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 30O 301 

Shipley 

Clara 

Harrison 400 401 

Perry 



Silver 

Bryant 500 501 

Welsh 

Freelon 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townscnd 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Fourth Avenue, irnm Pre- 
sidio Itrsrrvatjiin s to K 
Fourth Avenue South, from 
Islals S E to California Dry 
Dock 
Fowler Avenue (Stanford 
Heights), from Twenty-fifth 
S to Thirty-second 
Fox, from Baker Av S W to 
Garibaldi 

France Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead), from Rllsslon 
S of Russia Av 
Francis (Academy Tract), 
from X W s Mission bet Cot- 
ter and Croke 
Francisco, from the bay bet 
Chestnut and Bay, W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Montgomery 2 1 

KearuT 100 101 

Dupont 200 201 

Midway 

Bellalr Place 

Stockton 300 301 

Warden 

Powell 400 401 

Mason 500 501 

Taylor 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Lajkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ness Avenue.... I20O 1201 

Franklin 1300 1301 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1500 1501 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Lobos Square 

Webster 1800 1801 

Fillmore 1900 1901 

Stelner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

Devlsadero 2300 2301 

Broderlck 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Franconla Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), see Macedonia 

Frani 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 Sts. E. W. 

Market and Page 2 1 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 100 101 

Hicfcorj" 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 SOI 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 900 901 



Willow Avenue.... 






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Ellis 


.1000 


1001 


Olive Avenue 






9* O 


O'Farrell 


.1100 


1101 


Myrtle Avenue 






» 3. 


Geary 


.1200 


1201 


Post 


.1300 


1301 


Sutter 


.1400 


1401 






'.:i500 


1501 




Bush 


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Austin Avenue 






A^Hmb 


Pine 

California 


..1600 
..1700 


1601 
1701 


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Sacramento 


..1800 


1801 




Clay 


..1900 


1901 


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Washington 


..2000 


2001 


^^^^^^ 


Jackson 


. .2100 


2101 


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Pacific Avenue.... 


..2200 


2201 


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Broadway 


..2300 


2301 


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Vallejo 

Green 

Union 


..2400 
..2500 
..260O 


2401 
2.501 
2601 


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Filbert 


..2700 


2701 


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Greenwich 


..2800 


2801 


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Blackstone 






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..2900 


2901 




Chestnut 


..3000 


3001 




Francisco 

Bay 


..3100 

.. (e) 


3101 
(e) 


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Franklin Square 


bet 


Six- 


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Frederick, from Buena Vista 
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Freedom, E of San Bruno Av 


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Freelon, from w 


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Bryant and Brai 


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Fremont, from S s Market 
bet Deale and First, S E to 


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a-oss Sts. 


w. 

.. 2 


E. 

1 

101 


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Mission 


.. 100 


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.. 200 


201 


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301 
401 




Folsom 

Harrison 


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.. 400 


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Lawrence Place... 







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Bryant 


... 500 


501 


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Fnlton, from W s Larkin bet 
Grove and McAllister, W to 
the ocean 

Cross Xts. N. s. 

Larkin 2 1 

Pom 100 JO 

Van XeB8 Avenue ... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gongh 400 101 

Octavia 500 501 

Lagana 600 60 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Stelner 1000 (o) 

Pierce 1100 (o) 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderlck 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue (o) 1801 

Ashbury (o) 1901 

Clayton <o) SOOl 

Cole (o) 2101 

Parker Avenue 220O 

Shrader 2201 

Stanyan 2300 (01 

North TVIlIard 2400 (o) 

First Avenue 2500 (01 

Fulton Avenue, nr Intersec- 
tiun Castro and San Jose Av 

G South, from India S W to 
County Line 

Gabrielle Place, from E s 

First bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Gaines, from N s Green bet 
Batterv and Sansome, N to 
Union' 

Gale, from S s Townsend bet 
First and Second 

Gambler (University Home- 
stead 1, 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 

Devlsadero bet Geary and 
Post 
Gardner, from N s Post bet 

Kearny and Grant Av 
Garfield (City Land Ass'n 
Tract >. w of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Garfield Avenue, from S s 

Twentv-llfth bet Treat Av 
and Folsom, S to Tnenty- 
slsth 

Garfield Square, bet Twentv- 
llfth. Twenty-sixth, Harrison 
and Treat Av 

Garibaldi, from Islais Creek 
S E to Livingston 

Gates (Bemal Heights), from 
s s Esmeralda Av nr Ells- 
worth 

Gaven, from W s San Bruno 
.Vv nr head Islais Creek 

Gaven Place, from e s Mont- 

gomerv Av nr Filbert. X to 

Greenwich 
Geary, from junction Market 

and Kcarnv bet O'Farrell 

and Post. W to Central Av 

Ooss Stt. s. 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 

Tavlor 500 501 

Gearv Place 



William 

Jones 600 601 

* Geary Court 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Vasserot Place 

Saratoga Court 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1100 1101 

Franklin 1200 1201 

Gough 1300 1301 

Octavia 1400 1401 

Laguna 1500 1601 

Buchanan 1600 1601 

Sunny Court 

Webeter 1700 1701 

FUlmore 1800 1801 

Avery 

Stelner (o) 1901 

Pierce (o) 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Devlsadero 2200 2201 

Broderlck 2300 2301 

St. Joseph's Avenue.. 

Baker 2400 (o) 

Lyon 2500 (o) 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Geary Court, from N s Geary 
bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Geary Place, from S s Geary 
bet Taylor and Jones 

Genesee (Simnyside), from 
Melrose Av S 

Geneva, from S s Braiman bet 

Sixth and Seventh 

Geneva Avenue (West End 

Tract I, from San Jose Av nr 

San Miguel 
George, from Hooper bet Fifth 

and Sixth, S E to Hubbell 
Georgia, from the bay bet 

Louisiana and Michigan, S to 
First Av South 
Gerke Alley, from E s Dupont 

bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Germanla Avenue, from w s 

AVebster bet Hermann and 
Waller, W to Stelner 

Gertrudis, E of San Bnmo Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Glbb, from W s Montgomery 
Avbet Washington and Jack- 
Gibraltar (South S. F.), see 
Twent.v-elghth Av South 

Gibson, from E s Larkin bet 
Green and Union 

Gila (South S. F.), see E 
South 

Gilbert, from S s Bryant bet 
Sixth and Seventh, S E to 
Townsend • 

Girard (University Home- 
stead), from Sliver Av S to 
Dwight 

Gladstone (late Shakes- 
peare), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Gladys, from Santa Marina 
nr Mission, S \V to West Av 

Glasgow, see Anna Lane 

Glen Avenue (Stanford Heights), 
junction Vullev and Twin 
Peaks Av 

Glen Pari Avenue, from w s 

Twelfth bet Mission and 

Howard 
Glendale, from Mission nr 

West Av E to Holly Park Av 
Glover, from W s Jones bet 

Broadway and Vallejo, W to 

Leavenworth 
Godeus, from Mission nr 

Thirtieth to California Av 
Goethe, from San Jose Av 

nr County Line 



GoettingenCnaiiersitjIiimestead'i, 
from S s Sliver Av S to 
Woolsey 

Gold, from W s Sansome bet 
Jackson and Pacific, W lo 
Montgomery 

Gold Alley, from (Corbet t Av 
to Lincoln Av 

Golden Court, from S s Sac- 
ramento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 

Golden Gate Avenue, from 

junction Market and Tavlor 

bet McAllister and Turk, W 

to First Av 

Cfross SU. N, S. 

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 Ness Avenue 600 601 

Franklin 700 '<' 

Gough (o) -' 

Octavia (o) 

Laguna 1000 li" 

Buchanan 1100 llni 

Cram Place 

Webster 1200 1201 

Fillmore 1300 1301 

Stelner I400 1401 

Pierce 1500 1501 

Scott 1600 1601 

Seymour Avenue — — 

Devlsadero 1700 1701 

Broderlck 18OO 1801 

Baker 1900 1901 

Lyon 2000 2001 

Central Avenue 2100 2101 

Masonic Avenue (cj (c> 

Masonic Cemetery... 

Parker Avenue.. ..2600 2601 

North Stanyan 2700 2701 

North Wlllard 2800 2801 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Golden Gate Park, bet Fulton 

and H streets, from Stanvan 

W to the ocean 
Golden Place, from N s 

Golden Gate Av bet Hyde 

and Larkin 

Golden State Avenue (Lake 
Vlewi. from Ocean Av to 
Lake View Av 

Goldman Place, see Warren 
Place 

Good Children, from S s Lom- 
bard bet Kearny and Dupont 

Goodsell Place, from E s First 
bet Harrison and Brvant 

Gordon, from N s Harrison 
bet Eighth and Ninth 

Gough, from N s Market bet 
Franklin & Octavia, N to Boy 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Halght .. 2 1 

Rose Avenue 

Page 100 10! 

LIlv 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 (01 

Turk 900 <o) 

Eddy 1000 1001 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1100 1101 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1200 1201 

Myrtle Avenue — r 

Geary 1300 1301 



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Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Fern Aveoue 

Bush 1600 1601 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1700 1701 

C8llfornl8 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 (o) 

Clay 2000 (o) 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

PacISc 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 Dupontand Stock- 

Grady, from N s Green bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

Orafton Avenue (Lake View), 
from Harold Av W to Arling- 
ton Av 

Graham Place, from N s 

Green bet Dupontand Stock- 
ton, N to Union 
Grand, from S s Mission bet 
Ninth and Tenth, S E to 
Howard 

Grand Place, from s s Fil- 
bert bet Kearny and Dupont 
Grant (University Home- 
stead), from Wayland S to 
Dwlght 
Grant Alley, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores, S to Sixteenth 
Grant Avenue, from N s 
Market bet Kearny and 
Stockton, N to Bush 
Cross Sts. E. w. 

MarketandO'Farrell. 2 1 

Geary lOO 101 

Union Square Avenue 

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 Clayton nr 

AlHlii Av, W to Stanyan 
Green, from the bay bet Val- 
lejo and Union, W to Presidio 
Reservation 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

East North 2 1 

Front 

Battery 100 101 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 201 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 301 

Vincent 

Kohler's Place 

Green Place 

Reed Place 

Kearny 400 401 

Sonora 

Lafayette Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Bannam Place 

Union Place 

Agnes Lane 

Bower Place 

Graham Place 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 70O 701 

.\ugust Alley 

Mason 800 801 



Taylor 900 901 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

New Orleans 

Hamlin -- 

Hyde 1200 1201 

West End Alley 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue ...1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

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 

Greenwlcb, from the bay bet 
Filbert and Lombard, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. 8. 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Prlngle Court 

Montgomery 300 SOI 

Kearny 400 401 

Telegraph Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Kramer Place 

Bellevue Avenue 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 700 "01 

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 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Rola Court 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2.500 2501 

Devlsadero 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 

Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin 

Grlsar Place, from W s Oc- 
tavia bet Union and Filbert 

Grove, from W s Larkin bet 
Hayes and Fulton, W to 
Stanyan 

Cross Sts. N. s. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue ... . 200 201 

Franklin .500 301 

Gough 400 401 



Octavia 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Stelner (c) (cj 

Alamo Square 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1800 1801 

Ashbury 1900 1901 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Guadaloupe (South S. F.), 
see Thirtieth Av South 

Guatemala (South S. F.), see 
Forty-second Av South 

Guerrero, from S s Market 
bet Valencia and Dolores. S 
to San Jose Av 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Thirteenth 100 101 

Clinton Park 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Camp 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Dorland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst. 900 901 

Hill 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third '.1100 1101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flfth 1300 1801 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 

Twenty-seventh . . . ! ! 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1601 

San Jose Avenue (e) le) 

Guiana (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-second Av South 

Gundlach, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Gunnison Avenue (Bernal 

Heights, now Harrison), 
from S s Army bet Alabama 
and Treat Av 
Guttenburg (West End Homestead), 
SE of Mission nr County Line 
Guy Place, from W s First 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
H, from First Av S of Golden 

Gate Park W to the ocean 
H South, from India S W to 

County Line 
Haggtn, from S s King bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Berry 
Hahn, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Halght, from junction Mar- 
ket and Gough bet Waller 
and Page, W to Stanyan 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Market and Gough... 2 1 

Central Court 

Octavia 100 101 

Laguna 200 201 

Buchanan 300 301 

Webster 400 401 

Fillmore 500 501 

Stelner 600 601 

Pierce 700 701 

Scott 800 801 




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Devlsadero 900 901 

Broderlck 1000 1001 

Baker 1100 1101 

Lvon 1200 1201 

Central Avenue ISOO 1301 

Masonic Avenue 1400 1401 

Ashbury 1500 1501 

Clayton 1600 1601 

Cole 1700 1701 

Shrader 1800 1801 

Stanyan (e) (e> 

Hale, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr head lelals Creek 

Hall Alley, from S s Vallejo 

bet Sansonie and Montgomery 

HaU Court, from W s Dupont 

bet Washington and Jackson 

HaU Place, from N s Jackson 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Halleck, from W s Front bet 
( rtllfornla and Sacramento. 
TV to Leldesdorflr 
Hambure: (Sunnyside), from 

Melrose Av S 
Hamilton (University Home- 
stead), from S 8 Silver Av S 
t(. Mnnsell 

Hamilton Avenue,nr junction 

Castro and San Jose Av 

Hamilton Square, bet Steiner, 

Siott, Geary and Post 
Hamlin, from N s Green b 

Leavenworth and Hydeet 
Hamlin Place, from E s Lar- 

klu bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Hammond Place, from s s 

Townsend bet Second and 

Third, S E to Berry 
Hampshire, from Diyision 

bet Fotrero Av and York, S to 

Army 

Cross SU. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

nttecnth 200 201 

Sixteenth (o) 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Tweutv-flrst 900 901 

Twentvseeond 1000 1001 

Twentvthird 1100 1101 

TwentV-tourth 1200 1201 

TwentV-llfth ISOO 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

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 
liet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth, W toNoe 

Hanna, from Watt Av nr 
County Line 

Hanover (West End Home- 
stead), S E of Mission nr 
County Line 

Hanover Place, from N s 

Sacramento bet Powell and 
JIason 

Hardie Place, from E s 

Kearny bet Sutter and Bnsh 
Hardy, from S s Sixteenth 

bet Church and Sanchez, S 

to Seventeenth 
Harkness, from W s San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 
Harlan Place, from W s Grant 

Av bet Sutter and Bush 

Harlem Alley, from N s 

O'Farrell bet Leavenworth 

ond Hyde 
Harold Avenue (Lake View), 

from Ocean Av S 
Harper (Fairmount Tract, 

late Bartlett), from Thirtieth 

nr Noe, S to Laldley 



Harriet, from S s Howard 
bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 
to Brannan 
Harrington(AcademyTract), 
from NW 8 Mission bet Croke 
and Norton 
Harrison, from the bay bet 
Folsom and Bryant. S W and 
8 to Ripley 
Cross Sis, N. s. 

Steuart 2 1 

Spear 100 101 

Johnston Place 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Klncon Place 

Essex 

Stanly Place 

Charles Place 

Second 600 601 

Vassar Place 

Haw'thorne 

Hampton Court 

Third 700 701 

Eltch 

Fourth 800 801 

Fifth 900 901 

Madison Avenue 

Oak Grove Avenue .. 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Columbia Square 

Sherman 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Chesley 

Mariposa Terrace 

Hay ward 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Gordon 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Dore 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 

Thirteenth 1700 

Fourteenth 1800 

Alameda 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Mariposa 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 230O 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-lirst 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 8 s Folsom bet 
Seventh and Eighth 
Harry (Fairmount Tract), 

from Laldley to Beacon 
Harry Place, from E s Laguna 

bet Filbert and Greenwich 
Hart, E of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Hartford, from S s Eigh- 
teenth bet Noe and Castro, 
S to Twentieth 
Hartman, from N s Green- 
wich bet Mason and Taylor, 
N to Montgomery Av 
Harvard (University Home- 
stead), from 8 8 Silver Av S 
to Olmstead 
Harwood Alley, see Grand 

Place 
Hattie, from Seventeenth W 

of Clara Av 
HavelOCk (late Henry), from 

San Jose Av nr Ocean Av 
Havens, from W s Leaven- 
w(.rth bet Union and Filbert 
Hawthorne, from S s Howard 



bet Second and Third, S E to 

Harrison 
Hayes, from junction Market 

and Larkin bet Fell and 

Grove, W to Stanyan 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Market and Larkin . . 2 1 

College Place 

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 (o) 1001 

Pierce (o) 1101 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderlck 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1800 1801 

Ashbury .-...1900 1901 

Clayton 20OO 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 220) 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Hajnvard, from S s Harrison 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Head (City Land Association 

Tract). W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Hearst, see Lake View Av 
Hearst Avenue (Sunnyside, 

late Moulton Av). from Cir- 
cular Av W to Hamburg 
Heath, from S s Cortland Av 

bet Lee and Peralta Av 
Hecker, from Barneveld Av 

E to 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 Square, from E s 

Eleventh bet Howard and 
Folsom 
Henry, from W s Sanchez bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth. W 
to Castro 
Henry (University Home- 
stead), see Felton 
Hermann, from West Mission 
bet Brady and Thirteenth, 
W to Steiner (The buildings 
on this street W of Laguna 
are Incorrectly numberedl 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

West Mission 2 I 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

Valencia 100 101 

Elgin Park Avenue.. 

Market 

Laguna 30O 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 601 

Church 

Fillmore 600 601 

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 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Van Ness Avenue.... 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 



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Octavla 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Webster (el (e) 

Bigll, (rom Twenty-fllth W of 
Bellevue, S to Twenty-sixth 
HlgUand Avenue (late Ply- 
mouth Av). from Mission nr 
West Av, E to Holly Park Av 
Hill, from W s Valencia bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second, W to Castro. 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Valencia 2 1 

Gnerrero (c) (c) 

Dolores (c) (c) 

Church (c) (c) 

Sanchez 40O 401 

Xoe 500 501 

Castro re) (el 

Hlmmelmann Place, from N 

s Pacitlc bet Mason and Tay- 
lor. X to Broadway 
EUnckley, from Kearny bet 
I'.r.jaaway and Vallejo, W to 

Iiupnnt 

Hinckley Place, from S s Val- 
lejo bet Montgomery and 
Kearny 

Hobart Alley, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Post and Sutter 

.Hodge's Alley, from N s 

Vallejo bet Sansome and 
Montgomery 

Hoff Avenue, from S s Six- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
leiuia. S to Seventeenth 

Hoffman, E of San Bruno Av 
nrC.iUUtvLlne 

Hoffman Avenue (late Ellen), 
from s s Twenty-second bet 
Douglass and Bellevue, S to 
Thirtieth 

HoUaday Avenue (Bemal 

Heights, late California Av), 
from .\rmv nr San Bruno Av 
S to Cortland Av 

HoUls, from N s Ellis bet 
Bnehauan and Webster, N to 
OFarrell 

HoUoway Avenue (lake View), 
from Harold Av W to Arling- 
ton -\v 

Holly, from Mission nr High- 
land .\v. SE to Crescent Av 

Holly Park, E of Mission bet 
Crtland and Crescent Avs 

Holly Park Avenue (late 

Park .Vv I, surrounding Holly 
Park 

Holyoke (University Home- 
stead i. 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 

Flivt Av South 

Hooker Alley, from E s Mason 
bet Bush and Pine 

Hooper, from the bay bet 
channel and Irwin. S W tu 
Eighth 

Hope (Bemal Heights, now 
Rutledge Avi, from Holla- 
day Av X W to Macedonia 

Hopeton Terrace, from s s 

Washington bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Hopkins, from Corbetl Av 
S 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 



Cross Sis. N. S. 

East South 2 1 

Steuart 

Green's Court 

Spear 100 101 

Mam 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Maiden Alley 

Second 600 601 

New Montgomery . . . 

Hawthorne 

Third 700 701 

Fourth 800 801 

Howard Court 

Fifth 900 901 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Rubs 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Rausch 

Sumner 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Washington Avenue . 

Dore 

Grand 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafavette - — 

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 2101 

Twenty-flrst 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-flfth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 30OO 3001 

Army (e) (el 

Howard Court, from N s 
Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 

Howth, from S s Ocean Av 
V,' of San .lose Av 

Hubbard (now Hawtbome), 
from S s Howard bet Second 
and Third. S to Folsom 

Hubbell, from the bay nr 
Irwin S W to Sixteenth 

Hudson, from Charmel nr 
Fourth. S E to South 

Hudson (South S. F.), see 
Appleton 

Hugo, from First Av bet H 
and 1. W to Seventh Av 

Hulbert Place, from N s Clara 

bet Fourth and Fifth 

Humboldt, from the bay bet 
Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third. W to San Bruno Av 

Hunt, from E s Third bet 
Mission and Howard 

Hunter, W of San Bruno Av 
nr head Islals Creek 

Huron Avenue (West End 
Tract 1. W of Mission nr 



Cou 



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Hyde, from N s McAllister 

bet Lea^ enworth and Lar- 
kln. N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

McAllister '..... 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Turk 200 201 

Hyde Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis 400 401 

O'Farrell...' 500 501 

Geary 600 601 



Post 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California 1100 1101 

Hyde Terrace 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Clay 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1500 1501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Lynch 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Vallejo 180O 1801 

Green 1900 1901 

Delgado Place 

RusseU — — 

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 (el (ej 

Hyde Place, from W s Hyde 

bet Turk and Eddv 

Hyde Terrace, from E s Hyde 
bet California and Sacra- 

I, from First Av S of H, W to 

the ocean 
I South, from India S W to 

County Line 
Idaho (Bemal Heights, now 

Bradford i, from Powhattan 

S to Cortland .\v 
Idaho (South S. F.), from the 

bay S to India Basin 
Idalene, W of San Brimo 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 6 of India Basin 
India Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead I. from Silver Av 

Indiana, from South bet 
Minnesota and Iowa, S to 
Tulare 

Ion (University Homestead), 
from Bacon S to Dwight 

Iowa, from Sixteenth bet In- 
diana and Pennsylvania Av, S 
to Tulare 

Irwin, from the bay bet Help- 
er and Hubbell. SW to Eighth 

Isabel (Bemal Heights), from 
Wolfe S E to Shakespeare 

Isls, from S s Twelfth bet Fol- 
som* Harrison, to Thirteenth 

Islais (South S. F.), from the 
bay along S s Islals Creek 

Islais (now Springdale) from 
Mission S of Bosworth 

Italy Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead I, from Mission 
S of France Av 

Ivy Avenue, from W s Polk 
bet Hayes and Grove. W to 
Webster (The buildings on 
this street from Franklin W 
are Incorrectly numbered) 

Cross Sts. N. s. 

Polk (100) 2 1 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (el 

Franklin (300) 200 201 

Gough (400) 300 301 

Octavla (500)400 401 

Laguna (600) 500 501 

Buchanan 700 601 

Webster (e) (e) 

Ivy Terrace, from W s Selina 
Place nr California 

J, from First Av S of I, W to 
the ocean 

J South, from Firs t A v South 
S W to Forty-ninth Av South 



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Jackson, from the bay bet 
Washington and Paclttc, W 
to First Av. (Some of the 
buildings on this street bet 
East and Larkln are Incor- 
rectly numbered. The num- 
bers marked thus ( ) should 
be changed to correspond 
with the numbers In the. two 
right-hand columns.l 

Cross Sts, N. S. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 

Davis (200) 100 101 

Front (SOO) 300 201 

Batter}' (400)300 SOI 

Custom House Place. 

Sansome (500)400 401 

Balance 

.Tones Alley 

Montgomery ....(600) 500 501 
Montgomery Avenue 

Kearny (700) 600 601 

Cooper's Alley 

Washington Alley ... 

Lozler 

Dupont (800) TOO 701 

St. Louis Alley 

Sullivan Alley 

Stout's Alley 

Dumcombe Alley 

Stockton (900) 800 801 

Bedford Place 

Trenton 

Stone 

Adele Alley 

Powell (1000)900 901 

Dore Alley 

Mason (UOO)IOOO 1001 

Marcy Place 

Auburn 

Taylor (1'200)1100 1101 

Jones (1300)1200 1'201 

Leavenworth ..(1400)1300 1301 

Hall Place 

Wall Place ... 

Hyde (1500)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 2'200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Stelner 2500 (o) 

Pierce 2600 (o) 

Scott 2700 2701 

Devlsadero 2800 2801 

Broderlck 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Central Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut 3300 3301 

Laurel 3400 3401 

Locust 3500 3501 

Spruce 3600 3601 

Maple 3700 3701 

Cherry 3800 3801 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Jackson Park, bet Seven- 
teenth, Mariposa, Arkansas 
and Carolina 
Jackson Place, from E s 

Jluiitjiijinery bet Vallejo and 

Jacoby PJace, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Leavenworth and 

Hyde 
Jamaica (South S. F.), see 

Twentv-slxth Av South 
James (South S. F.), see C 

South 
Jane Place (now Pine Place) , 

from N 8 Pine bet Mason and 

Tavlor 
Jansen, from N s Greenwich 

het Mason and Taylor, N to 

Loinbiird 
Japan, from S s Brannan bet 

First and Second, S E to 

Townsend 



Japan Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead ), from Lisbon bet 
China and India Avs 
Jamac, W s San Jose Av 

N E of Paulding 
Jasper Alley, from Jasper 
Place bet Union and Filbert 
Jasper Place, from N s Union 
bet Dupont and Stockton, N 
to Filbert 
Jaya (South S. F.), see Twen- 
ty nrst Av South 
Java, from Buena Vista Av 

S W to Masonic Av 
Jefferson, from the bay N of 
Beach, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 
Jefferson Avenue (Bemal 
Heights), from San Bruno Av 
W to Andover Av 
Jefferson Square, bet Gough, 
Laguna, Golden Gate Av and 
Eddy 
Jerome Alley, from S s Pacific 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Jersey, from W s Dolores bet 
Twentv-fourth and Twenty- 
fifth, W to Douglass 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 200 201 

Noe 800 301 

Castro 400 401 

Diamond 500 501 

Douglass (e) (e) 

Jessie, from W s First bet 
Market and Mission, S W to 
Fourteenth (The continua- 
tion of this street from Syca- 
more Av to Twenty-flrst 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 900 901 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Twelfth (c) (c) 

Brady (c) (c) 

Hermann 1300 1301 

Thirteenth 1400 1401 

Fourteenth (e) (e) 

John, from W s Powell bet 
.Jackson and Pacltlc. W to 
Slason 

Johnston Avenue, from S s 

Point Lobos Av bet Parker 

and Henderson Avs 
Johnston Place, from Har- 
rison bet Spear and Main 
Joice, from N s Pioe bet 

Stockton and Powell N to 

California 
Jones, from N s Market bet 

Taylor and Leavenworth, N 

to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

M'kt and McAllister. 2 1 
Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Turk -JOO 201 

McDermott Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis • 400 401 

Antonio 

Steveloe Place 

O'Farrell 500 501 

Geary 600 601 

Maggie .\lley 

Cottage Place....'.... 



Post 700 701 

Lewis Place 

Sutter 800 801 

White's Place 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California 1100 1101 

Sacramento 1200 VXl 

Pleasant.. 

Clay 1300 IMl 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1500 1501 

Pacific 1600 1601 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Glover 

Vallejo 1800 1801 

Merrill 

Green 1900 1901 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 2001 

FUbert 210O 2101 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Houston 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Bay 2600 2601 

NorthPoint 2700 2J01 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Jones Alley, from Washing- 
ton bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery, N to Jackson 

Joost Avenue, from San Jose 

Av W to Hamburg 
Jordan Avenue (late Merri- 

fleld), from N s Point Lobos 

Av bet (Commonwealth and 

Michigan Avs 
Josephine, from N s Point 

Lobos Av bet Central Av and 

Eugenia 

Joslah Avenue, W of San 

Jose Av nr Ocean View 

Station 
Joy (Bemal Heights), from 

HoIIaday Av to Brewster 
Jules Avenue, from Ocean 

Av S to Lake View Av 
Julia, from S s Mission bet 

Seventh and Eighth 

Julian Avenue (late First 

Av), from S s Fourteenth 

bet Mission and Valencia, S 

to Sixteenth 
Julius, from N s Lombard 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Juniper, from S s Folsom bet 

Tenth and Eleventh, S E to 

Bryant 
Junlpero, from Masonic Ar 

bet St. Kose's Av and Turk, 

W to Parker Av 
Juno, from Temple E of 

Lower Terrace 
Juno (Silver Terrace, now 

Diana), from Thornton Av 

to Williams Av 
Jupiter (Silver Terrace, late 

Vulcan), from Thornton Av 

S to Williams Av 
Jurl, from San Jose Av bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty- 
sixth 
K, from Fourth Av S of J, W 

to the ocean 



Kansas, from Division l>et 

Rhode Island and Vermont, 
S to Preclta Creek 
Kansas (South S. F.), see 



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Kappeler Court, from w s 

Masun bet Geary and Post 
Easkaskia (South S. F.), see 

D South 
Kate, from S s Bryant bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Kearny, from N s Market bet 

Montgomery and Grant Av, 

N to the bay 
Cfross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Geary ... 2 1 

Union Square .\v 

Post 100 101 

Ver Mehr 

Sutter 200 201 

Hardie Place 

Bush 300 301 

Pine 400 401 

Summer 

California 500 501 

Sacramento 600 601 

Commercial 

Clay TOO (o) 

Merchant - — 

Washington 800 801 

Jackson 900 901 

Montgomery Avenue 

Paclftc 1000 1001 

St .Charles Place 

Broadway 1100 1101 

Dunne Alley 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1200 1201 

San Antonio 

Green 1300 1301 

Union 1400 1401 

Filbert 1500 1501 

Greenwich 1600 1601 

Lombard 1700 1701 

Chestnut 1800 1801 

Francisco 1900 1901 

Bay 2000 2001 

NorthPoint (e) (el 

Kennebec (now Folsom), 

from S s Cortland Av bet 

Gates and Banks 
Kent, from W s Mason bet 

Union and Filbert 
Kentucky, from the bay bet 

Illinois and Tennessee, S to 

sec.in.l Av South 
Kentucky Place, from Ken- 
tucky bet Twentv-lirst and 

Twenty-second 
Keyes Alley, from Paciflc bet 

Powell and Mason 
Kimball Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
Kln^, from the bay bet Town- 
send and Berry, S W to Eighth 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Second 2 1 

Hammond Place — — 

Third 100 101 

RItch 

Madden 

Haggin 

Tevis 

Dewey 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth 300 301 

Sixth 400 401 

Seventh 500 501 

Division 

Eighth (e) (e) 

Kingston, from W.s Mission 
bet Thirtieth and Brook 

Klssllng, fromW s Eleventh 

bet H.jward and Folsom, W 

t.. Twelfth 
Knight's Place (West End 

'Iriieti. from Mohawk Av W 

..f Mission 
Knox (University Home- 

sie;t'li, from S s Felton bet 

.Madison anil Mansfield 
KoUer's Place, from S s 

Green bet Montgomery and 

Kearny 



Kosciusko (Bernal Heights, 


now .\nderson> 


from 


S s 


Cortland Av E of Moultrie 


Kossutb, E of San Bruno Av 


nr Islals Creek 






Kramer Place, 


from S s 


Greenwich bet 


Dupont 


and 


Stockton 






Krausgrlll Place, 


from 


■J s 


Filbert bet Dupont 


and 


Stockton 






L, from Seventh 


Av S of K 


W to the ocean 






L Soutb, from First Av South 


S W to Twenty 


seventl 


Av 


South 






la Grande Avenue (Excel- 


sior Homestead; 


from India 


AvS 






Lafayette, from s 


s Mission 


bet Eleventh and Twe 


Itth, 


S E to Howard 






Lafayette Park, 


bet Gough, 


Laguna, Sacramento 




Washington 






Lafayette Place, 


from 


<! s 


Green bet Kea 


uv and 


l)u- 


pont, N to UnloE 






Laguna, from N 


s Market 


bet Octavia and Buchi 


nan. 


N to the bay 






Cross Sis. 


E. 


W. 


Market and Hermann 2 


1 




.. 100 


101 


Haight 


...200 


201 


Rose Avenue 






Page 


... 300 


301 












4(11 


Hickory Avenue. 












Linden Avenue . . 






Hayes 


...600 


601 


Ivy Avenue 








... 700 


701 


Birch .\venue .... 






Fulton 


... 800 


801 








McAllister 


... 900 


901 




. 




Golden Gate Avenue, (o) 


KKll 


Turk 


... (0) 


11111 


Eddy 


...1200 


1201 


Willow Avenue.. 






Ellis 


...1300 


1301 


Olive Avenue.... 






O'Farrell 


...1400 


1401 


Myrtle Avenue . . 







Geary 


...1500 


1501 


Cedar Avenue . . . 







Post 


...1600 


1601 








Walnut Avenue.. 







Sutter../ 


...1700 


17111 


Bush 


...1800 


18111 


Pine 


...1900 


1901 


California 


...2000 


aiKIl 




... (0) 


21111 


Clay 


... (0) 


2201 


Washington 




Win 


Jackson 


...2400 


2401 


Paciflc Avenue . . 


...2500 


2.501 


Broadway 


...2600 


2601 


Vallejo 






Green 


...2800 


28111 


Union 


...2900 


2901 








Filbert 


...3000 


3001 










...3100 


3101 


Lombard 


...3200 


82111 


Chestnut 


...3300 


(0) 


Francisco 


...3400 


(0) 


Bay 


(o) 


:«lll 


NorthPoint 


(0) 


3601 


Beach 


... (0) 


8,01 


Jefferson 


.. (0) 


,8801 


Tonquin 


... (0) 


3901 


Lewis 


. .. (e) 


(e) 


Labalna (South 


S. F.) 


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Laldley (Fairmount Tract), 
from S s Thirtieth bet Xoe 
and Castro 

Lake, from First Av N of 
California W to City Ceme- 
tery 

Lake View Avenue (Lake 

View), from San Jose Av 

N W and W to Arlington Av 
Landers, from S s Fourteenth 

bet Dolores and Church, S to 

Fifteenth 
Langrton, from S s Howard 

bet Seventh and Eighth, S E 

to Brannau 
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 Xls. E. W. 

Market and Hayes . .. 2 1 

City Hall Avenue.... 

Grove 100 101 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 200 201 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 300 301 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 400 401 

Turk 500 501 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 600 601 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 700 701 

Larkln Avenue 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 800 801 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 900 901 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1000 1001 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1100 IIOI 

Fern Av enue 

Bush 1200 1201 

Eureka Place 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1300 1301 

California 1400 1401 

Sacramento 1500 1501 

Clay 160O 1601 

Washington 1700 1701 

.Tackson 1800 1801 

Paciflc 1900 1901 

Friedman Place 

Broadway 2000 2001 

Hamlin Place 

Vallejo 2100 3101 

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 

NorthPoint 3000 3001 

Beach 3100 3101 

Jefferson 3200 3201 

Tonquin (e) (e) 

Larkln Avenue, from E s 

Larkln bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 
Laskie, from N s Mission bet 

Eii-'bth and Ninth 

Latham Place, from w s 

Mason bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell 

Latona (Silver Terrace), from 
Bay View S to Thornton .Vv 

Laura Place, from S s Pine 
bet Sausome and Montgom- 






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Laurel, from Pacific Av bet 

Walnut and Locust, S to 

California 
Cross Sis. E. w. 

Paclilc Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clav 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Laurel Avenue, from W s 
Larkin het Turk and Eddy, 
(Entrance to buildings on 
first block Is from Turk TV 
of Larkin) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk (0) (c) 

Van Xess Avenue .... 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough Cc) (c) 

.Jefferson Square 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Buchanan 700 "01 

Webster SOO 801 

Laurel Place, from w s First 

bet Folsom and Harrison, 
S W to Essex 
Laussat Avenue, from W s 

Buchanan bet Waller and 
Halght, W to Stelner 

Lawrence Place, from E s 

Fremont bet Harrison and 
Bryant 
Layton (South S. F.), from 
Silver A\- E of Conkllng 

Leavenworth, from N s 

McAllister bet Jones and 

Hyde, Xto the bay 

Cross Sis. B. W. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 

Burcham Place 

Turk 200 201 

Leonard Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Ellis 400 401 

O'Farrell 500 501 

Geary 600 601 

Post 700 "01 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

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 

Green 1900 1901 

Lincoln — — 

rnlon 2000 2001 

Havens 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Francisco 2500 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 .\v nr Heath 
Lee Avenue (Lake View) , from 

Ocean Av S to Lake View A\ 
Leldesdorff, from N s Pine 

bet Sansome and Montgom- 

crv. X to Clay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 



Halleck 

Sacramento, 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay (e) (e) 

Lena Place, from Illinois bet 
Twentieth and Twentv-llrst 

Leonard Place, from W s 

Leavenworth bet Turk and 
Eddv 

Leroy Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Junes and Leav- 
enworth 

Leasing, W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Levant, from Masonic Av nr 
Congres.-, 

Lewis, from W s Polk bet 
Tonquin and the bay, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Lewis Place, from w s 

Taylor bet Post and Sutter. 



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Lexington Avenue (late 

Av bet Valencia and Mission, 
S to Twenty-first 
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 Ce) (e) 

Lick, from W s Taylor bet 

Union and Filbert 
Lick Alley, from W s First 

bet Jessie and Mission 
Lick Place, from N s Post 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
N to Sutter 
Lida Place, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Mission and Va- 
lencia. S to Sixteenth 
Lleblg, from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Lilac Alley, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet 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 
Cross Sfs. N. S. 

Franklin 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Lily Terrace, from W s 

Powell bet Bush and Pine 
Lincoln, from W s Taylor bet 
Green and Union, W to Leav- 
enworth 
Lincoln (Bernal Heights), see 

Eugenia .\v 
Lincoln Avenue, from Eigh- 
teenth W of Douglass, S to 
Thirty-fourth 
Lincoln Place, from E s Fre- 
mont bet Howard and Folsom 
Lincoln Place, from E s Hyde 
bet Union and Filbert 

Linden Avenue, from w s 

Van Xess .\v bet Fell and 
Hayes, W to Webster 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Van Xess .\venue 100 10! 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

Octavia 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster (e) (e) 

Lippard Avenue, nr inter- 
section of San Jose Av and 



Lisbon (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to .\mazon Av 

Livingston, from Fox E of 
Barlon 

Lizzie, from Mission bet 
Eugenia and Cortland Avs, 
S E to Prospect Av 
Llewellyn, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islais Creek 
Lloyd, from W s Scott bet 
Thirteenth and Waller, W to 
Devisadero 
LobOS (Railroad Homestead), 
w of San .lose Av nr County 
Line 
Lobos Square, bet Laguna, 
Webster, Chestnut and Bay 
Locust, from Pacific Av bet 
Laurel and Spruce. S to Cali- 
fornia 
Gross Sis. E. w . 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramentd'. 400 401 

California (e) le) 

Locust Avenue, from W s 

Larkin bet McAllister and 

Golden Gate Av, W 

Cross Sts. 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 

Loebr, 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 

Cross Sis. N. S." 

Battery 2 1 

Sansome 100 101 

Montgomery 200 201 

Wlnthrop 

Kearny 300 301 

Good Children 

Julius 

Dupont 400 401 

Stockton 500 501 

Lombard Place 

Powell 600 601 

Chambers Place 

Mason 700 "01 

Xewell 

Montgomery Avenue 

Jansen 

Taylor 800 801 

Jones 900 901 

Leavenworth 1000 1001 

Hyde 1100 1101 

Larkin 1200 1201 

Polk 1300 1301 

VanXess Avenue ...1400 1401 

Franklin 1500 1501 

Gough 1600 1601 

Octavia ..-. 1700 1701 

Laguna laOO 1801 

Buchanan 1900 1901 

Webster 2000 2001 

Fillmore 2100 2101 

Stelner 220O 2201 

Pierce 2300 2301 

Scott 2400 2401 

Devlsadero 2500 2501 

Broderlck 2600 2601 

Baker 2700 2701 

Lyon (e) (e) 

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London {Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Japan Av S W 
to Amazon Av 
Loomls, from Islais Creek S 

to Barneveld Av 
Lett, see Central Avenue 
Lotta, from Parnassus Av bet 
Stanyan and WlUard S to 
WO(jdlaud Av 
Louisa (now Shipley), from 
Fourth bet Folsom and Har- 
rlflon 
Louisa Alley, from N s Ship- 
ley E of Fourth 
Louiaberg, W of San Jose Av 

ur Sau Miguel 
Louisiana, from the bay bet 
Maryland and Georgia, S to 
First Av South 
Lowell, from E s Mission nr 

County Line 
Lower Terrace, from N s Sev- 
enteenth ur Uranus 
Luck, from Loomis E to Or- 
leans 
Lucky, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Treat Av and 
Folsom 
Lucy (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Avbet Railroad Av 
and Ceres. S to Williams Av 
Lundy Lane (Bornal Heights), 
from Coso Av bet California 
and Prospect Aves, S W to 
Virginia Av 
Lusk Alley, from Clyde nr 

Townsend 
Lyell (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), W of Mission from 
Springdale nr Rotteek 
Lyncb, from W s Leaven- 
worth bet Pacific and Broad- 
way, W to Hyde 
Lyon, from N s Haight W of 

Baker N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Haight a 1 

Page 100 101 

Oak (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park ... 

Fell SOO 301 

Hayes 400 401 

Grove 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 SOI 

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 WOl 

Clay 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

.Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Avenue 230O 2301 

Broadway 2400 (o) 

Vallejo a.i00 (o) 

Green 2600 (o) 

Union 2700 (o) 

Filbert 2800 (o) 

Greenwich 2900 (o) 

Lombard 3000 (o) 

Chestnut 3100 (o) 

Francisco 3200 (o) 

Bay 3300 Co) 

NorthPoint 3400 (o) 

Beach 3500 (o) 

Jefferson 3600 (o) 

Tonquin 3700 (o) 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Lysett Place, from S s Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth 
M, from Seventh Av S of L. 
W to the ocean 



M South, from First Av 
South S W to Twenty-eighth 
Av South 

Mabel Alley, from E s Hyde 
bet O'Farrell and Geary 

Macedonia (Bemal Heights), 
from Peralta Av S to Esmer- 
alda Av 



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Madeira (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-seventh Av South 

Madison (University Home- 
stead), from Sliver Av S to 
Olmstead 

Madison Avenue (late Fifth 
Av). from S s Harrison bet 
Fifth and Sixth 



Maggie Alley, from E s 

Jone.« 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 

Main, from S s Market bet 
Spear and Beale, S E to the 
bay 

Cross Sis. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 30O 301 

RIncon Court 

Beale Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Majestic Avenue, W of San 

Jose Av nr Ocean View 
Station 
Malacca (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-third Av South 

Maiden Alley, from S s How- 
ard bet First and Second, S 
E to Tehama 

Malloy (Fairmount Tract), 
from San Jose Av bet Thir- 
tieth and Randall 

Malta (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-fifth Av South 

Malvlna Place, from W s 
Mason bet Sacramento and 
Clay 

Manchester (Bernal Heights) , 
from KIpley bet Folsom and 
Shotwell 

Mangels Avenue (Sunnjaide), 
from Arcadia AV to Hamburg 

Manila (South S. F.), see 
Fourth Av South 

Manitoba (South S. F.), see 
Eleventh Av South 

Manning Place, from W s 

Eighth bet Market and Mis- 
sion 

Mansell (University Home- 
stead), from W s San Bruno 
Av S of Olmstead 

Mansfield (University Home- 
stead), from Burrows S to 
Dwigbt 

Maple, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Spruce and 
Cherry, S to California 



Cfi-oss Sts. E. w. 

Presidio Reservation. 2 1 

Jackson 300 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Maple Court, from N s Four- 
teenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 
Marcy Place (late Vernon 
Place), from S s Jackson bet 
Mason and Taylor 
Marengo, from Waterloo S W 
to Dickinson 

Marengo (Railroad Home- 
stead), see Plymouth 
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Margaret Court, from N s 

Turk bet Mason and Taylor 

Margaret Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Kearny and 
Dupont 
Maria (now Homer), from 
Chesley bet Harrison and 
Bryant 



Marlon Place (late Eliza 

Place), from N s Union bet 
Taylor and Jones 
Mariposa, from the bay bet 
Se\eiueenth 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 

DavlsandPlne 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 Me Alllster.lSOO 

Seventh • 1101 

City Hall Square 1500 

Eighth 1201 

Larklnand Hayes. ...1600 

Ninth 1301 

Tenth 1401 

Polk and Fell 1700 

Eleventh 1501 

VanNessAvandOak.1800 

Twelfth.. 1601 

Franklin and Page... 1900 



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Rose Avenue 

Brady ITOl 

Gough «nd Halght...2000 

Valencia 1801 

Hermann 

Octavla and Wal er. .2100 

Pearl - — 

Guerrero 1901 

Laguna 2200 

Thirteenth 

Buchanan 2300 

Dolores 2001 

Fourteenth 

Church aJOO 2101 

Fifteenth 

Sanchez 2500 2201 

Sixteenth 

Noe 2600 2301 

Seventeenth 

Castro (c) (e) 

Marquesas (South S. F.), see 

Tenth Av South 
Mars, from Seventeenth W 

of Clara Av 

Marshall (College Home- 

ste.ad), from E s Mission 

nr Silver Av 

Marsily, from W s Mission 

bet St. Mary's Av and Cuvler 

Martha Place, from S s Geary 

iH-t Mason aad Taylor 
Martin, from Sussex nr 

Castro 
Martin, see Berry Place 
Martinique (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-afth Av South 
Mary, from S s Mission bet 
Fifth and Sl.\th, S E to How- 
ard 
Mary Lane, from S s Bush 

tn-t Keiirriy and Grant Av 
Marye Terrace, from N s 

Turk bet Hyde and Larklu 
Maryland, from the bay bet 
Delaware and Louisiana, S to 
First Av South 
Mason, from N s Market bet 
Powell and Taylor, N to the 
bay 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Marketand Turk.... 3 1 

Eddy 100 101 

Ellis 200 201 

Latham Place 

Dlkeman 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 1-201 

Jackson 1300 1301 

John : 

Paclllc 1400 1401 

Broadway 1500 1501 

Magner Place 

Vallejo 1600 1601 

Green 1100 1701 

Winter Lane 

■Webb Place 

Union I.SOO 1801 

Kent 

Filbert WOO 1901 



Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2000 2001 

Montgomery Avenue 

Lombard 2100 2101 

Chestnut 2200 2201 

Water 

Francisco 2300 2301 

Vandewater 

Bay 2400 2401 

Alaska Place 

NorthPoint 2500 2501 

Beach 2600 2601 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Masonic Avenue, from Point 

Lobos Av W of Central Av, 

S to Congress thence E to 

Albany 
Cross Sis. E. w. 

Point Lobos Avenue. 2 1 
St. Rose's Avenue... (o) 101 

Junlpero (o) 201 

Turk 300 (o) 

Golden Gate Avenue 400 (o) 

McAllister 500 (0) 

Fulton 600 601 

Grove 700 701 

Hayes 800 801 

Fell (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park 

Oak 1000 1001 

Page 1100 1101 

Halght 1200 1201 

Waller 1300 1301 

Frederick 1400 1401 

Massachusetts, from the bay 

bet New York and Delaware, 

S to First Av South 
Massasolt (Bernal Heights), 

from Macedonia N W to Per- 

alta Av 

Mateo 

from 

A\ 
Mauritius (South S. F.), see 

Twentieth Av South 
Mayflower (Bernal Heights), 

from WInslow nr Powhattan, 

W to Nevada Av 
Mazzlul, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
McAllister, from junction 

Market and Jones bet Fulton 

aud Golden Gate Av, W to 

First Av 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Market and Jones 2 1 

City Hall Avenue.... 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 

City Hall Place 

Larkin 300 301 

Polk 400 401 

Van Ness Avenue 500 501 

Franklin 600 601 

Gongh 700 701 

Octavla 800 801 

Laguna 900 901 

Buchanan 1000 1001 

Webster 1100 1101 

Fillmore 1200 1201 

Stelner 1300 1301 

Pierce ". 1400 1401 

Scott 1500 1501 

Devlsadcro 1600 1601 

Broderlck 1700 1701 

Baker 1800 1801 

Lyon 1900 1901 

Central Avenue 2000 2001 

Masonic Avenue (c) (c) 

Masonic Cemetery. . . 

Parker Avenue 3300 2501 

North Stanvau 2600 '2601 

North Willard 2700 2701 

First .\veuue (e) (e) 

McClellan (Bernal Heights, 
now Audover Av). from Es- 
iiH'rakia Av s to Cortland Av 

McCormlck Place, from S s 
rjiclllc bet Hyde and Larkin 

McDermott Place, from W s 
Jum-s bet Turk and Eddy 



McLea Court, from E s Ninth 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Ueacham 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), 
AV of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 
Medway Alley, from N s 
Twenty-third bet Dolores 
and Church 
Melrose Avenue (Simn jside) , 

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 Laldley 
Mercer (Bernal Heights, now 
Bradford), from S s Cortland 
Av bet Peral ta 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) 

Merrlfleld, see Jordan Av 
MerrUl, from W s Jones bet 

Vallejo and Green 
Merrill, from N s Silver Av 
bet Barneveld Av and Boyl- 

StOD 

Merrlmac, from the bay nr 

Alameda. W to South 
Merrltt, from Hattie S of 

Seventeenth. W to Danvers 
Mersey Alley, from N s 

Tweutv-thlrd bet Dolores 

oud Church 

Metcalfe Place, from N s 

Geary bet Mason and Tavlor 
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 6 Point Lobos Av bet 

Jordan and First Avs 

Michigan Place, from Mich- 
igan bet Twentv-flrst and 
Twenty-second, W to Illinois 

Middle, from N s Pine bet 
AVi'lister aud Fillmore, N to 
California 

Midway, from N s Francisco 
bet Dupout and Stockton. N 
to Hay 

Miguel (Fail-mount Tract), 
from Bemls S E to Sau Jose 
Av 

Miguel (now San Miguel), 
from S s Ocean Av nr Sau 
JoKe Av 

Miguel Avenue (Stanford 
llri-htsi. from Stanford 
H. l!.-bt^ Av to Fowler Av 

MUes Court, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
Powell 

MUes Place, from N s Sac- 
ramento bet Stockfou aud 
Powell 

Miller Place, fromS s Folsom 

bet Founb and Fifth 
MiUiken, W of San Bruno Av 

nr Countv Line 
Mills Place, from W s Grant 

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Milton (Spring Valley Home- 
stead), from W 8 Mission 
nr Sliver Av 
Milton (now Crystal), W of 
San Jose Av nr County Line 
Milton Avenue (Sunnyside), 

from Circular Av W 
Minerva (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Minerva (now Eighteenth), 
from Uranus S of Seven- 
teenth 
Minna, from W s First het 
Mission and Howard, S W to 
Fifteenth 
Orost Stt. N. s. 

First 2 1 

Shaw Alley 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery . . . 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Mary 

Sixth 300 501 

Ross 

Seventh 600 601 

Julia 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) Cc) 

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 At 
Mlnot (Bernal Heights, now 

Moultrie), from Esmeralda 

Av S to Cortland Av 
Mint Avenue, from W s Fifth 

bet Stevenson and Mission, 

and from N s Mission bet 

Fifth and Sixth 

Miramar Avenue (lake View), 

from Ocean Av S to Lake 

View .\v 

Mission, from the bay bet 

Howard and Market, S W 

and S to County Line 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

East South 2 1 

Steuart 

Spear 100 101 

Main 300 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Ecker 

Shaw Alley 

Anthony - — - 

Second 600 601 

New Montgomery . . . 

Annie 

Third 700 701 

Fourth SCO 801 

Fifth 900 901 

Mint Avenue 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Mission Alley 

Julia 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Laskle 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Washington Avenue . 

Grand 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayette 

West Mission 1600 

Twelfth 1601 

Bond 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 



Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Warren Place 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Clarion Alley 

Eighteenth !!.220O 2201 

Nineteenth 2800 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-flrst 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army 

Preclta Avenue 3101 

Powell Avenue 

Valencia 3200 

Fair Avenue 

Tiffany Place 

Twenty-ninth 3300 

Virginia Avenue 

Godeus 

Thirtieth MOO 

Mission Alley, from N s Mis- 
sion bet Seventh and Eighth 
to Jessie 
Mission Court, from Mission 
bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Mission Road, now Mission 

street 
Mississippi, from Sixteenth 
bet Pennsylvania and Texas, 
S to Tulare 
Missouri, from Sixteenth bet 
Texas and Connecticut, S to 
Tulare 

Mohawk Avenue (West End 
Tract), X W s Mission nr 
County Line 

Monongahela (South S. F,), 

see J South 

Monroe, from N s Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell, N to 
Pine 

Montana (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Montcalm (Bemal Heights), 
from Isabel nr Wolfe, S W 

S. F.), 



Montezuma (Bemal 

from Coso Av E to Shotwell 
Montgomery, from N s Mar- 
ket bet Sansome and Kearny, 
X to the bay 



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Market and Post. 

Sutter 100 101 

Bush 200 201 

Pine 300 301 

Summer • 

California 400 401 

Sacramento 500 50.1 

Commercial 

Clay 60O 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 I'JOO 1501 

Moulton Place 

Union 1300 1301 

Montgomery Place .. 

Alta ■ 

Filbert 1400 1401 

Greenwich 1300 1501 

Lombard 1600 1601 

Chestnut 1700 1701 

Francisco 1800 1801 



Montgomery Avenue, from 

junction Montgomery and 

Washington. N W to Beach 

Cross Sts. N.B. S.W. 

MoDt'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 (0) 601 

Powell 

Filbert 700 701 

Gaven Place 

Scotland ,.,«. 

Greenwich 800 801 

Mason 

Hartman 

Jansen 

Lombard 900 901 

Newell 

Taylor 

Chestnut 1000 1001 

Houston 

Francisco 1100 1101 

Jones 

Bay 1200 1201 

NorthPoint 1300 1301 

Leavenworth 

Beach (e) (e) 

Montgomery Court, from W 

s Montgomery bet Pacific 

and Broadway 

Montgomery Place, from w 

8 Montgomery bet Union and 

Filbert 
Montlcello, W of San Jose 

Av nr County Line 
Moore, from N s Union bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Morey Alley, see Church Av- 

Morrell Place, from N s 
Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin, 
X to Broadway 

Morris Avenue (late Park 
.Vvenue). from S s Harrison 
bet Fifth and Sixth. S E to 
Bryant 

Morse, from Mission nr 
County Line 

Morse Place, from S s Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Morton, fnow Union Square 
Av) from W s Kearny bet 
Geary and Post.WtoStockton 

Moscow (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from India Av S W 
to Amazon .\v 

Moss, from S s Howard bet 
Sixth and Seventh, S E to 
Folsom 

Moss Avenue, from Caselli 

.\v W to Corbett Av 

Moulton Avenue, from W s 
Buchanau hit Greenwich and 
Lunit>ard. W to Steiner 

Moulton Avenue (Sunnjside, 
now Hearst Av), from Cir- 
cular .\v 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 

>nn .1.1-.- A\ s to Ocean Av 

Mountain Spring Avenue 

(Clan-nd.in Heights), from 
Stnnvan s of Eighteenth 
Mulford Alley, from E s Tay- 
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Munich (Excelsior Home- 
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tn Amazon Av 

Myrtle Avenue, from W s 

Laikln bet O'Farrell and 
Geary, W to Lag^na 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue ,..200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (c) IC) 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

N, from Seventh Av S of M 

w to the ocean 
N South, from First Av South 
(i W to Twenty-nlntb Av 
South 
Naglee Avenue (West End 
Tract), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Napa (now Twentieth), from 
the bay bet Nineteenth and 
Tncntv-flrst.W to Potrero Av 
Napier Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Saneome and Mont- 
gomery 
Naples (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S W 
to Amazon Av 
Napoleon, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islats Crock 
Nashua, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
Natlck (Fairmount Tract), 

li-om Chenery nr Castro 
Natoma, from W s Fremont 
bet Mission and Howard, S 
TV to Fifteenth 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Fremont 

First a 1 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery ... 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (c) (c) 

Fifth 400 401 

Marv 

Sixth 500 501 

Russ 

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 Division bet Ver- 
mont and Utah, S to Army 
Nebraska (Bernal Heights), 
from Powhattan S to Cort- 
land Av 
Nebraska (South S. F.), see 

WatervlUe 
Neptune (Silver Terrace), 
from Thornton Av S to Wil- 
liams Av 
Nevada (now Twenty- third), 
from the bay bet Humboldt 
and Twenty-fourth, W to 
Potrero Av 
Nevada Avenue (Birul Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av bet 
Prentiss and Kosecrans, S to 
Crescent .\v 
New Market (Stanford Heights, 
now Armv). from Bcllevue 
W to Fowler Av 

New Montgomery, from S 

s Market bet Second and 
Third, S E to Howard 
Cross Sfs. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Rose Alley 

Mission 100 101 



Minna 

Natoma 

Howard (e) (e) 

New Morse (West End 

Tract), from Mission nr 

County Line 
New Orleans, from N s Green 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
New York, from the bay bet 

Virginia and Massachusetts, 

S to First Av South 
Newell, from N s Lombard 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Newgrove Alley, from Church 

bet Twenty-seventh and 

Duncan, W to Sanchez 
Newman, from Holly Park 

Av bet EUert and East Av, 

E to Andover Av 
Ney (College Homestead), 

from E sMlsslon nr Sliver Av 
Niagara Avenue (West End 

Tract), X W s Mission nr 

County Line 

Nicaragua (South S. F.), see 

Forty-Hfth Av South 

Nineteenth, from the bay 
bet Eighteenth and Twen- 
tieth, W to Douglass 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois 500 501 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tennessee 700 701 

Minnesota SOO 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania Av. .. 1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 1401 

Connecticut 1500 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina ISOO 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhode Island 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue.. 2300 2301 

Utah 2100 2401 

Potrero Avenue .... 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 290O 2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 8101 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 8401 

San Carlos Avenue.. 

Stevenson 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapldge 

Angelica 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 3800 3801 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 

Castro 4100 4101 

CoUlngwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Eureka 4400 4401 

Douglass (c) (e) 

Nineteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X • 

Nineteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 
Water Front 
Ninth, from S s Market bet 
Eighth and Tenth, S E to 
Division 
Cross Sts. 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 

Division (e) (e) 

Ninth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to P 

Ninth Avenue South, from 
Schneider S E to Water Front 

Noble, from Hubbell nr Sixth 
S E to South 

Noble's Alley, from E s 
Dupontbet Union and Filbert 

Noe, from S s Thirteenth bet 
Sanchez and Castro, S to 
Laldley 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Beaver 

Market 

Sixteenth SOO 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 70! 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

cupper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1.501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Nolan, from W s Steiner bet 
Green and Union 

Noonan Alley, see Sunshine 

Court 
Norfolk (late Nevada), from 

S s Folsom bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth, S E to Harrison 
Norma (Clarendon Heights), 

from nr junction Lincoln and 

St. Germain Avs S 
Norman, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
North Avenue (Bernal Heights), 

from Coso Av S W' to Holly 

Park Av 
North Point, from the bay 

bet Bay and Beach, W to 

Presidio Reservation 
North Stanyan, from N s 

Fulton bet Parker Av and 

North Wlllard 

North Wlllard, from N s 

Fulton bet North Stanyan 
and First Av N to Turk 

Norton (Academy Tract), 
from N W 6 Mission bet Har- 
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Norton Court (now Langton), 
from S s Brannan bet Sev- 
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Norton Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Montgomerj^ and 
Sansome 

Norwich (Bernal Heights), 
from W s Alabama nr Ripley 

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 

O'Farrell, from junction Mar- 
ket and Grant Av bet Ellis 
and Geary, W to Calvary 
Cemetery 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Market and Grant Av 2 1 

BagleyPlace 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Carlos Place 

Elwood 

Mason 300 301 

Raphael Place 

Taylor 400 401 

■William 

Jones 500 501 

Leavenworth 600 601 

Ada Court 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkln 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue. . . .1000 1001 

Franklin 1100 1101 

Gough 1900 1301 

Octavla 1300 1301 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

Hollls 

Webster 160O 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Stelner 1800 ISOl 

Pierce 1901 

Scott 2000 2001 

Devlsadero 2100 2101 

Brodcrick 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 

Octavla 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Webster 600 601 

Fillmore 700 701 

Stelner 800 801 

Pierce 900 901 

Scott 1000 1001 

Devlsadero 1100 1101 

Broderlck 1200 1201 

Baker (o) 1301 

Lyon (o) 1401 

Central Avenue (o) 1501 

Masonic Avenne (o) 1601 

Ashbury (o) 1701 

Clayton (o) 1801 

Cole (o) 1901 

Shrader (o) 2001 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Oak, see Derby and Derhy 
Place 

Oak Grove Avenue, from S s 

Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth, 

Oakwood (late Fair Oaks 
Court), from S s Eighteenth 
bet Guerrero and Dolores 

Ocean Avenue, from Mission 
la mile S of Silver Av, W to 
the ocean 

Ocean Boulevard, from nr 

termination Point Lobos Av 
along the ocean beach S to 
nr Countv Line 
Ocean Terrace, from Clift Av 
nr Forty-eighth Av 



Octavla, from N s Market bet 

Gough and Laguna, N to Bay 

Cross S(s. E. W. 

Market and Waller . . 2 1 

Halght no 101 

Rose Avenue 

Page.,».M 200 201 

Lily Aveuue 

Oak 300 301 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell 400 401 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 500 501 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 600 601 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 700 701 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 800 801 

Golden Gate Avenue, (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Eddy 1100 1101 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1200 1201 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 1300 1301 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1400 1401 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1500 1501 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1600 1601 

Bush 1700 1701 

Austin Avenue 

Pine ....1800 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento (c) (c) 

Lafayette Park 

Washington, 2200 2'201 

Jacksoir. '2300 2301 

Paclllc Avenue 2400 2401 

Broadway 2500 2501 

Vallejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union '2800 '2801 

Grisar Place 

Filbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard SlOO 3101 

Chestnut 3200 3'201 

Francisco 3300 3301 

Bay (e), (e) 

Ohio (South S. F.), from the 
bav nr Virginia S to First .\v 
South 
Ohio Place (late Prescott), 
from N 6 Paclllc bet San- 
some and Montgomery, N to 
Broad wav 
Old Hickory (Bernal HoiKlits), 
from San Bruno Av W to 
Ando\ er .\v 
Old San Jose Road, now San 

,I.>se Av 

Olean (late Morton), E of San 

Bruno Av nr Islais Creek 
Olive Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Ellis and O'Farrell, 
W to Buchanan 
Crow Sto. N. S. 

Larkln. 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

VanNess Avenue.... 200 '201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Olive Court, from S s Union 

bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Oliver (West End Home- 
stead), from Mission nr 
County Line 
Olmstead (University Home- 
stead), from W s San Bruno 
Av Sof Dwight 
Olney Place, from Hammond 
Place bet Townsend and 
King 
Olympus (Park Lane Tract), 
from N s Seventeenth nr 
Ashbury 



Oneida Avenue cwest End 

Tract), from junction San 
Jose and Ocean Avs S E to 
Cayuga Av 
Oneida Place, from S s Sacra- 
mento bet Dupont and Stock- 

OnondagaAvenue(West End 

Tract), from W s Mission S 

of Ocean Av 
Opal Place, from E s Taylor 

bet Golden Gate Av and 

Turk 
Opera Alley, from N s Mission 

tu't Third and Fourth 
Ophlr Alley, from N s Post 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Orange AUey, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and 

Bartlett 
Ord'way, from W s San Bruno 

Av s of Mansell 
Oregon, from Drumm bet 

\S'ashlngton and Jackson, W 

to Battery 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Drumm 2 1 

Davis 100 101 

Front (c) (c) 

Battery (e) (e) 

Orient Alley, from N s 

Twentv-tbird bet Church and 

VIeksburg 
Orlzaha Avenue, W of San 

Jose Av nr County Line 

Orleans, E of San Brtmo Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Orsenius, E of San Bruno Av 
nr Islais Creek 

Osage (South S. F.), see I 
South 

Osage Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Mission and Bart- 
lett. S to Twenty-sixth 

Osborne (late Eureka), from 
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), from Ocean Av E of 
San Jose Av 
Ottilia, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Ottowa Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Oxford (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Mansell 
P, from Ninth Av S of O, W 

to the ocean 
P South, from First Av South 

S W to Charter Oak Av 
Pacific, from the bay bet 
Jackson and Broadway, W to 
Larkln. (The continuation 
of the street from Larkln Is 
called Pacific Av) 
Cross Sts. N. S. 

EastNorth 2 1 

Drumm 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Silver Star Place 

Sansome 400 401 

Ohio Place 

Montgomery 500 501 

Kearny 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Bartlett Alley 

Dupont 700 701 

Paclflc Place 

Sullivan Alley 

Elllck Alley 

Stockton 800 801 



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Virginia Place 

Trenton 

Powell 900 901 

KeyesAUey 

ScottPIace 

Mason 1000 1001 

Auburn 

Salmon • — - 

Hlmmelmann Place . . 

Taylor HOC 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Burgoyne Place 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Morrell Place 

McCormlck 

Larkln (e) (e) 

Pacific Alley, from S s Broad- 
way bet Dupont and Stockton 

Pacific Avenue, contlQuation 
of Pacific Street from Larkln 
to Presidio Reservation. 
(The numbers commence at 
1500, a continuation of the 
numbers on the street.) 
Croia Sis. N. S. 

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 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Stelner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2T01 

Devlsadcro 2800 2801 

Brodcrlck 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 8101 

Central Avenue 3200 3201 

Walnut (0) 3301 

Laurel (o) 3401 

Locust (e) (e) 

Pacific Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Dupont and 

Stockton 

Page, from junction Market 

and Franklin bet Halght and 

Oak, W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Market and Franklin 2 1 

GoUgh 100 101 

Octavla 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Fillmore 600 601 

Stelner 700 701 

Pierce 800 801 

Scott 900 901 

Devlsadero 1000 1001 

Brodcrlck 1100 1101 

Baker 1200 1201 

Lyon 1300 1301 

Central Avenue 1400 1401 

Masonic Avenue 1500 1501 

Ashbury 1600 1601 

Clayton 1700 1701 

Cole 1800 1801 

Shrader 1900 1901 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Palmer (Falrmount Tract), 

from Bartli'tt S E to Chenery 

Palmetto Avenue, from San 

.lose Av 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 Av 
Park Avenue (now City Hall 
Avenue), from S 8 McAllister 
nr Leavenworth, S W to Lar- 
kln 



Park Bill Avenue,from Buena 
vista Av W of South Brod- 
crlck 

Park Lane, from W s Second 
betferyant 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 Alley, from N s Clay 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Parker Avenue, from S s 

California nr Commonwealth 
Av, S to Fulton 

Pamassns Avenue ( late 

Sullivan), from Clayton bet 

Carl and Grattan, W and S W 

to Fifth Av 
Patterson, E of San Bruno Av 

from Flower N E 
Patton, from West At S to 

Plymouth Av 
Pan], W of San Bruno At nr 

head of Islala Creek 
Paul Avenue (Paul Tract), 

from San Bruno Av E to 

Railroad Av 



Feabody (late Byrne), W of 
San Bruno Av nr County Line 

Pearl, from S s Market bet 
Hermann and Guerrero, S to 
Thirteenth 

Pelham, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 

Pennsylvania Avenue, from 

sixteenth bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi, S to Tulare 
Penobscot (South S F.), see 
H South 



Av 

Perlne Place, from w s 

stelner 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 

S of Brazil Av 
FfeiS'er, from W s Dupont bet 

Chestnut and Francisco, W 

to Stockton 
Piedmont (Flint Tract), from 

Masonic Av nr Congress 
Pierce, from N s Thirteenth 
bet Stelner and Scott, N. to 
the bay. (This street has re- 
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Cross Sis, E. w. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Waller (I) lOO 101 

Halght (100)200 201 

Page (200) 300 301 

Oak (300) 400 401 

Fell (400) .iOO 501 

Hayes (c) (c) 

Alamo Square 



Fulton (700) 800 801 

McAllister (800)900 901 

Golden Gate Av. (900)1000 1001 

Elm Avenue 

Turk (1000)1100 1101 

Eddy (1100)1200 1201 

Ellis (1200)1300 1301 

O'Farrell (c) (c) 

Geary (c) (c) 

Hamilton Square 

Post (1500(1600 1601 

Sutter (1600)1700 1701 

Bush (1700)1800 1801 

Pine (1800)1900 1901 

California (1900)2000 2001 

Perlne Place 

Sacramento .... (2000)2100 2101 

Clay (c) (c) 

Alta Plaza 

Jackson (2300)2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue.(2400)2500 2.501 

Broadway (2500)2600 2601 

Vallejo (2600)2700 2701 

Green (2700)2800 2801 

Union (2800)2900 2901 

Filbert (2900)3000 3001 

Greenwich (3000)3100 3101 

Regll Place 

Lombard (3100)3200 3201 

Chestnut (3200)3300 3301 

Francisco (3300)3400 3401 

Bay (3400)3500 3501 

North Point. . . . (3500)3600 3601 

Beach (.3600)3700 3701 

Jefferson (3700)3801 3801 

Tonquln (3800)3900 3901 

Lewis (e) fe) 

Pike, see Waverly Place 

Plnckney 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 Sis. N. 8. 

Market and Davis. ..2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Sansome 300 301 

Leidesdorff 

Exchange Place 

Laura Place 

Montgomery 400 401 

Russ Alley 

Belden 

Kearny 500 501 

St. George Alley 

Central Place 

St. Mary 

Bacon Place 

Qulncy 

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 

Larkln 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 

Middle 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Stelner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2500 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Devlsadero 2700 2701 

Brodcrlck 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon 3000 3001 

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Pine Place date Jane Place), 
from X s Pine bet Mason and 
Taylor 

Pink Alley, from Pearl bet 
Market and Thirteenth 

Ploche, from junction Silver 
Av and Cambridge W to 
Madison 

Pioclie 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 

Plxley Avenue, from W s 
Buchanan bet Filbert and 
Greenwich, W to Steiner 

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 

Plymoutll (Railroad Home- 
stead, now Plymouth Av) 

Pljrmoutli Avenue (Lalje 

view), from Ocean Av S to 
San Jose Av 

Plymouth Avenue (now Higli- 

land Av), from Mission nr 

West Av E to Holly Park Av 

Pocahontas (Bernal Heiglits, 

now Moultrie), from North 

Av S to Esmeralda Av 

Point Lobos Avenue, from 

Central Av at termination of 

Geary, W to Forty-eighth Av 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Central Avenue 2 

Josephine 100 

Masonic Avenue 201 

Eugenie 20Q 

■Wood 300 301 

Collins 400 401 

Blake 500 501 

Cook 600 601 

Boyce 700 701 

Parker Avenue 800 801 

Commonwealth Av.. 900 - — 

Johnston Avenue 9U1 

Jordan Avenue 1000 

Henderson Avenue... 

• Michigan Avenue 1100 

First Avenue 1200 ISOl 

Polk, from N s Market bet 
Larkin and Van Xess Av, N 
to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Fell 2 1 

Hayes 100 101 

ivy Avenue 

Grove 2U0 201 

Birch Avenue 

Fulton 300 301 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 400 401 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 500 501 

Elra Avenue 

Turk 600 601 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 70O 701 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 800 801 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 900 901 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1000 lOOl 

Cedar Avenue 

Post UOO 1101 

Walnut Avenue ■ 



Sutter 1200 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1300 

Austin Avenue 

Pine 1400 

California :1500 

Sacramento 1600 

Clay 1700 

Washington 1800 

Jackson 1900 

Pacific Avenue 2000 

Broadway 2100 

Vallejo 2200 

Bonlta 

Green 2300 

Union 2400 

Filbert 2500 

Greenwich 260O 

Lombard 2700 

Chestnut 2800 

Francisco 2900 



NorthPoint 3100 8101 

Beach 3200 3201 

Jefferson 3300 3301 

Tonauin to; 3401 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Polk Lane (now stark), from 
E 6 Stockton bet Pacific and 
Broadway 
Pollard Place, from N s Val- 
lejo bet Kearny and Dupont 
Pollock (South S. F.), from 
Twenty-fourth Av South nr 
the bay, S W to County Line 
Pomona, from Bay View S to 

Thornton -\v 
Pond, from S s Sixteenth bet 
Sanchez and Noe, S to Sev- 
enteenth 
Pope, from Mission nr County 

Line 
Poplar Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and San 
Jose .\v. S to Twenty-sixth 
Porter (Bernal Heights) , from 
S s Crescent Av bet Bache 
and Roscoe 
Porter Avenue, W of Mission 

nr County Line 
Portola, from S s Waller bet 

steiner and Pierce. 
Porto Kloo (South S. F.), see 

Fortieth Av South 

Portsmouth Square, bet 

Clav. Washington, Kearny, 

and' Brenham Place 

Post, from junction Market 

and Montgomery bet Cieary 

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 800 301 

Powell 400 401 

Mason 500 501 

Tavlor 600 601 

Ag'ateAlley 

William 

Ophir Alley. 



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Leavenworth 

Hyde 900 901 

Mcacham Place 

Post Street Court 

Larkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ness Avenue. ...1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1301 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1500 1501 

Laguna 1600 1601. 

Buchanan 1700 1701 

Voll Avenue — ; 

Webster; WOO WOl 

Fillmore 1900 1901 



Steiner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

Devlsadero 2300 2301 

Erkson Court 

Broderick 2400 2401 

Baker 260O 2.501 

Lyon 2600 2601 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Post Office Place, see Custom 
House Place 

Post street Court, from N s 
Post bet Hyde and Larkin 

Potomac (South S. F.), see R 
South 

Potrero Avenue, from Di- 
vision bet Utah and Hamp- 
shire, S to Army 
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 Sis. E- w. 

Market and Eddy.... ,2 1 

Ellis 100 101 

O'Farrell 200 201 

Geary (o) 301 

Post. 400 401 

Sutter 500 501 

Ankeny Place 

Bush 600 601 

Fella Place 

Lily Terrace 

Pine 70O 701 

California 800 801 

Sacramento 900 901 

Clay 1000 1001 

Washington 1100 1101 

Jackson 1200 1201 

John - — 

Caroline Place 

Paclflc 1300 1301 

Broadway 1400 1401 

Valleio .1600 1501 

Green 1600 1601 

Union (o) 1701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Filbert 1800 1801 

Greenwich 1900 1901 

Lombard 2000 2001 

Chestnut 2100 2101 

Francisco 2200 2201 

Vandewater 

Bav 2S00 2301 

NorthPoint 2400 2401 

Beach 2500 2601 

Jefferson (e) Ce) 

PoweH 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 

Preclta Avenue (Beroai Heights), 

from innction of Army and 
Bryant W to Mission 

Preclta Place (now Precita 



Presoott, see Ohio Place 
Prescott Court, from S s 

Vallejo bet Sansome and 

Montgomery 
President (Flint Tract), from 

Flint N to Albany 
Presidio, from E s Baker bet 

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O £ Presidio Reservation 

"" Preston Place(now Converse), 
from S T.V s Bryant bet Eighth 
and Ninth 

Price Row, from S s Union 
bft Dupont and Stoclcton 

Priest, from S s Washington 
bet Junes and Leavenworth 

Prim, from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Princeton (University Home 
stead), from Silver At S to 
Mansell 

Prlngle Court, from N s Green- 
wich bet Sansome and Mont- 
gomery 

Prospect Avenue (Bemal 
Heights), from Coso Av S W 
to Cortland Av 

Prospect Place, from S s Clay 



Prospect Place (Bernal Heights) , 

see Rlliley 
Prosper, from S s Sixteenth 

bet Sanchez and Noe, S to 

Seventeenth 

Pulaski (Bemal Heights, 
now Prentiss), from Cort- 
land Av bet Banks and Ne- 
vada Av 

Putnam (Bemal Heights), 
from S 8 Cortland Av bet 
Bronte and Nevada Av 



Q South, from First Av South 
S W to Twenty-third Av 
South 

Quince Alley, from S s Twenty- 
lirst bet Dolores and Fair 
Oaks. S to Twenty-fourth 

Qulncy, from N s Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont, N to 
California 

Qulncy Place, see Bacon PI 
Qulnn (now Clinton Park), 

from Valencia betThirteenth 

and Fourteenth 



Railroad Avenue (SoathS. P.), 

from Sec. .11(1 Av South SW to 
San Bruno Av 

Railway Avenue, from E s 

Dolores bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth 
Ralston (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). W of San Jose Av 

nr County Line 
Ramsell (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Randall (Falrmount Tract), 

from Mission S of Thirtieth 

W to Palmer 
Randall Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Leavenworth 
aud Hyde 
Randolph (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), \V of San Jose Av 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 



Redwood Court, from How- 
ard bet SLvteenth and Seven- 
teenth 



Reed, from New Morse nr 

Curtis. S to Brunswick 
Reed Place, from S s Green 

Ijet Montgomery and Kearny 
Regent (West End Tract), 

from S E 8 San Jose Av ur 

County Line 



Reservoir, from N s Market 
bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth, W to Church 

Rey, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Rhine, W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 

Rhode Island, from Eighth 



Rice, from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Richland Avenue, from And- 
Av. w 



1 Jo 



■ Av 



Richmond (now Halleck) 
Richmond Avenue, from 

Parker Av bet Point Lobos 
Av and California. W to 
First Av 



Ridley, see Thirteenth 



Rlncon Avenue, from E s 

Second bet Braunan and 
Townsend 



Rlncon Place, from S s Harri- 
son bet First and Second, S E 
to Bryant 



Ripley (Bemal leighte), from 

Peralta Av S of Rutledge 

Av. Wto Shotwell 
Rltch, from S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth, S E to 

Townsend 
Cross Sts. w. E. 



Folai 



Roach, ftom N s Filbert bet 
Taylor and Jones. N to 
Greenwich 



Roanoake (Falrmount Tract) , 
from Bemls S E to San Jose 
Av 

Rockland (late Brady Place), 

from E 8 Larkln bet Green 
and Union 

Rodney (now Ecker), from N 
s J'olsom bet First and Sec- 
ond 

Rola Court, from S s Green- 
wich bet Laguna and Bu- 
chanan 

Remain, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth W to Corbett Av 

Roman, from Niagara Av nr 
Huron Av. S W to Mount Ver- 
non Av 

Rondel Place, from S s Six- 
teenth bet Mission and 
Valencia 

Roscoe (Bernal Heights), 
from Crescent Av nr Porter 

Rose Alley, from W s New 
Montgomery bet Jessie and 
Mission 

Rose Avenue, from N s Mar- 
ket bet Haight and Page, W 
to Laguna 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

Octavla 200 201 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Rose Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Eddy and Ellis 

Rose Terrace, from Twenty- 
fourth nr Dolores 

Rosecrans (Bernal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av S to 
Powhattan 

Roselyon Avenue, from W s 
Fifteenth Av bet California 
and Clement to Sixteenth Av 

Ross Alley, see Stout's Alley 

Rotteck (Spring Valley Homestead), 

W of Mission nr Silver Av 
Rousseau (Spring Valley 

Homesteatl). W of Mission 

nr Silver Av 
Rowland, from S s Broadway 

bet Montgomery aud Kearny 
Rushton Place, from S s 

Braunan bet Third and 

Fourth 
Russ, from S s Miima bet 

Sixth and Seventh, S E to 

Folsom 
Russ Alley, from N s Bush 

bet Montgomery and Kearny, 

N to Pine 
Russell, from W s Hyde bet 

Green and Union 
Russia Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead), from Mission 

nr Persia Av 
Rutland, W of San Brano Av 

nr County Line 

Rutledge Avenue (Bemal 

Heights), from Holladay Av 

W to Alabama 
S, from Eleventh Av S of R, 

W to the ocean 
S South, from Islais S W to 

Twentieth Av South 
Sacramento, from the bay bet 

California and Clay, W to 
First Av 
Cross SIS. N. S. 

Market and East 2 1 

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Davis 300 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leldesdorff 

Montgomery 600 601 

Webb ■ 

Kearny 700 701 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Oneida Place 

Brooklyn Place 

Stockton 900 901 

Stephens Court 

Prospect Placu 

Miles Place 

Powell 1000 1001 

Hanover Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Terba Buena 

Cashman 

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 

VanNes6Avenue....l800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough (0) 2001 

Octavla (o) 2101 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Stelner 2600 2601 

Pierce 2700 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderlck 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Central Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Sadowa (Railroad Home- 
Btend), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Sagamore (Railroad Home- 
stead), W of San Jose At nr 
County Line 
Salem (late Rose), from Cres- 
cent Av S E to Case 
Salinas Avenue (Paul Tract), 

friim San Bruno Av E to 

Railroad Av 
Salmon, Irom N s Pacific 

liet Mason and Taylor, N to 

liniadway 
Salome, E of San Bruno Av 

iir iKlals Creek 
Salvador (South S. F.), see 

Twenty-second Av South 
Samoset (Bernal Heights), 

from Macedonia N W to Per- 

alta Av 
San Antonio, from W s 

Kearny bet Vallejo and 

Green, and from N s Vallejo 

bet Kearny and Dupont 

San Bruno Avenue, from 

Division bet Utah and Ver- 
mont, S to County Line 

San Carlos Avenue (late 
Jessie), from Sycamore Av 
bet Mission and Valencia. S 
to Twentv-flrst 

San Domingo (South S. F.), 
Hee F'urlvtlrst Avenue South 

Ban Joaquin (South S. F.), 
see s !<outh 

San Jose Avenue, from S s 

Twenty-second bet Valencia 
and Guerrero, S and S W to 
County Line 



Cross Sis. W. E. 

Twenty-second 2 1 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 100 101 

Elizabeth 

Twenty-fourth 200 201 

Twenty-fifth 300 301 .- 

Jurl 

Twenty-sixth 400 401 

Army 500 501 

Twenty-seventh 

Duncan 600 

Guerrero 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 700 701 

Day 

Thirtieth 800 801 

San Miguel (late Miguel), 
from S s Ocean Av nr San 
Jose Av 

San Ulguel Soad (now Cor- 

bett Av) 

Sancbez, from s s Thirteenth 
bet Church and Noe, S to 
Palmer 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Thirteenth 3 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Market 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Dorland ■ 

Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fonrtb 1100 1101 

Twenty-flf th 1300 1301 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Sansome, from N s Market 

bet Battery and Montgomery, 

N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Sutter... 2 1 

Bush 100 101 

Pine 200 201 

California 300 301 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 401 

Commercial 

Clay 500 601 

Merchant 

Washington 600 601 

Jackson 700 701 

Gold 

Pacific 800 801 

Broadway 900 901 

Vallejo 1000 1001 

Green 1100 1101 

Union 1200 1201 

Alta 

Filbert 1300 1301 

Greenwich 1400 1401 

Lombard 1500 1501 

Chestnut (e) (e) 

Santa Clara (now Seven- 
teenth), from the bay bet 
Sixteenth and Mariposa, W 

Santa Marina, from Mission 
nr Cortland Av E to Elsie 

Santee (South S. F.j, see G 

South 



Saratoga (University Home- 
stead), from La Grande Av 
nr Woolscy 



Sargent, W of San Jose A v nr 

County Line 
Saturn from Clara Av N of 

Seventeenth 
Savannah (South S. F.), see 

K South 
Sawyer, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Scheerer Place, from W s 

Mason bet Post and Sutter 

SchUler, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Schneider, E of San Bruno 
Av nr Islais Creek 

ScboU Place, from S s Vallejo 
bet Powell and Mason 

School Alley, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Union andFilbert 

School House Place, from 

Turk bet Buchanan and 

Webster 
Schuyler (Bemal 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 Sis. E. w. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Lloyd 

Waller 100 101 

Haight 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Haves (o) 601 

Grove (o) 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAllister 90O 901 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1000 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

0-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 (0) 2201 

Washington (o) 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2.i00 3.501 

Broadway 2600 3601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 .3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (c) 

Scott Avenue, from Silver Av 
S E to Thornton Av 

Scott Place, from N s Pacific 
bet Powell and Mason, N to 
Broadway 



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Sears, from Sherman Av S W 
to Sickles Av 

Second, from S s Market bet 
First and Third. S E to the 
bav 

Cross Sts. W. E 

Market 3 1 

Stevenson 

.Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Silver 

Bryant 500 501 

Park Lane 

Federal 

SouthPark 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 601 

Rlncon Avenue 

Towusend 700 701 

King 

Berry (e) (e) 

Second Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J 
Second Avenue Soutli, from 

Islals S E to Water Front 
Sellna Place, from N s Cali- 
icnla bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Seneca Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San .Jose Av nr 
San Miguel 
Serpentine Avenue, from 

mill nr Twenty-sixth 

Serpentine Place, from Tem- 
ple nr Seventeenth 

Serpentine Road (now Tem- 
ple >. from N 8 Seventeenth 
W of Clara Av 

Servla (South S. F.). see 
Thirteenth Av South 

Seventeenth, from the bay 
bet Sixteenth and Mariposa, 
W to Stanyan 

Cnss Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 400 401 

Kentucky 500 501 

Tennessee 600 601 

Minnesota 700 701 

Indiana 800 801 

Iowa 900 901 

Pennsylvania Av 1000 1001 

Mississippi 1100 1101 

Texas 1200 1201 

Missouri 1300 1301 

Connecticut 1400 1401 

Arkansas 1500 1501 

Wisconsin 1600 1601 

Carolina 1700 1701 

DeHaro 1800 1801 

Rhode Island 1900 1901 

Kansas 2000 2001 

Vermont 21C0 2101 

San Bruno Avenue.. .2200 ?201 

Utah 2300 2301 

Potrero Avenue 2400 2401 

Hampshire asoo 2501 

York 2600 2601 

Brvant 2700 2701 

Florida 2800 2801 

.\labama 2900 2901 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

HolT Avenue 

Valencia MOO 3401 

Albion Avenue 

Dearborn Place 

Guerrero 3500 3.501 

Dolores 3600 3601 

Alemany 

Church 8700 3701 



Dehon 

Hardy 

Sanchez 3800 3801 

Prosper 

Pond 

Noe 3900 3901 

Market 

Castro 4000 40O1 

CoUlngwood 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Eureka 

Douglass 4200 4201 

Clara Avenue 4300 4301 

Seventeenth Avenue, from 

Presidio P.eservatlon S to X 

Seventeenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 
Water Front 

Seventh, from S s Market 
bet Sixth and Eighth. S E 

Cross Sis. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 300 301 

Drury Lane 

Cleveland 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Belmont Place 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Seventh Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio P.eservatlon S to N 

Seventh Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E tu Water Front 
Seward, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth, K W to Eagle 

Seymour Avenue, from Golden 

Gate Av bet Scott and De- 
vlsadero. X to Turk 
Shakespeare (now Glad- 
stone), from San Jose- Av nr 
County Line 

Shakespeare (Bemal Heigits), 

from Isabel S to Rutledge Av 
Sharon, from Fifteenth bet 
Church and Sanchez 

Sharp Place, from S s Union 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Shasta (now Twenty-flrst), 
from the bay bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-second, W to Po- 

Shaw Alley date Sullivan 
Alley), from S 8 Mission bet 
First and Second to Minna 

Sheppard Place, from E s 

Mason bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 

Sheridan, from E s Tenth bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Sherman, from S s Folsom 
bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 
to Harrison 

Sherman Avenue (West End 

Tract), from S E s San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Sherwood Place, from E s 

Third bet Missionand Howard 
Shields (City Land Ass'n 

Tract). W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Ship (South S.F-),from Fifth 

Av South nr the bay, S W to 

County Line 
Shipley, from Elizabeth PI 

b^t Folsom and Harrison, 

S W to Sixth 



Cross Sts. N. S- 

Ellzabeth Place 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Fifth 200 aoi 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Short, from Eagle to Falcon 

Av 
Shotwell, from S s Fourteenth 
bet Folsom and Howard. S to 
Esmeralda Av 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Fourteenth 2 I 

Fifteenth 100 101 

Sixteenth 200 201 

Seventeenth 300 301 

Eighteenth 400 401 

Nineteenth 500 501 

Twentieth 600 601 

Twenty-arst 700 701 

Twenty-second 800 801 

Twenty-third 900 901 

Twenty-fourth 1000 1001 

Twenty-fifth 1100 1101 

Twenty-sixth 1200 1201 

Army 130O 1301 

Shrader, from Fulton bet C!ole 

and Stanyan, S to Frederick 

Cross Sts. B. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Haight 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Beulah 

Frederick (e) (e) 

Sickles Avenue (West End 
Tract), from San Jose Av nr 
County Line 
Sierra (now Twenty-second), 
from the bay bet Twenty- 
first and Humboldt. W to 
Potrero Av 
Sllllman (University Home- 
stead), from San Bruno Av 
S of Silver Av 
Silver, from W s Second bet 
Harrison and Bryant, S W to 
Fourth 
Silver Alley, from Falcon Av 

to Lincoln Av 
Silver Avenue, from Six- 
teenth Av South S W to San 
Bruno Av. thence W to 
Mission 
SUver Star Place, from N s 
Paclflc bet Battery and San- 

SUnpson Place, from W s 

First bet Harrison and Bry- 

Sixteenth, from the bay 
bet Fifteenth and Seven- 
teenth, W 

Cross Sts. N. 8. 

Illinois 100 101 

Kentucky 200 201 

Tennessee 300 301 

Minnesota 400 401 

Indiana 500 501 

Iowa 600 601 

Pennsylvania Av 700 701 

MIsslBSlppl 800 801 

Texas 900 901 

Missouri 1000 1001 

Connecticut llOO 1101 

Arkansas 1200 1201 

Wisconsin 1300 1301 

Carolina 1400 1401 

DeHaro 1500 1501 

Rhode Island 1600 1601 

Kansas 1700 1701 

Vermont 1800 1801 

San Bruno Avenue. . . 1900 1901 

Utah 2000 aooi 

Potrero Avenue 2100 2101 

Hampshire 2200 2201 

York 2300 2301 



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Bryant 2400 2401 

Florida 2500 2501 

Alabama 2600 2601 

Harrison 2700 2701 

Treat Avenue 

FolBom 2800 3801 

Shotwell 

Howard 290O 2901 

Capp 

Mission 3000 3001 

Lida Place 

Hoflf Avenue 

Julian Avenue 

Bondel Place 

Caledonia Alley 

Valencia 3100 3101 

Albion Avenue 

Guerrero 3200 3201 

Grant Allev 

Dolores 3300 3301 

Church 3400 3401 

Dehon 

Hardy 

Sanchez 3500 3501 

Prosper 

Pond 

Market. 

Noe 3600 3601 

Caetro 3700 3701 

DouElasB 3800 3801 

Sixteenth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Keservatlon S to X 
Sixteenth Avenue South, 

frum S South S E to "Water 

Front 
Sixth, from S s Market bet 

Fifth and SevenUi, S E 
Cross Sts. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna — ". 

Katoma 

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 
llesermtlou S to K 

Sixth Avenue South, from 
iBlals S E to Water Front 

Solano (now Eighteenth), 
from the bay bet Mariposa 
and Nineteenth 

Somerset from S s Silver Av 
\v of lioettlngen 

Sonoma (now Twenty-fourth), 
from the bay bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-tlfth, W to 
Potrero Av 

Sonoma Place (now San An- 
tonio), from N 8 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- 

South, from the bay nr Hub- 
bell S W to Sixteenth 

South Avenue, E of Mission 
from Crescent Av to Holly 
Park Av 

South Broderlck, from junc- 
tion Cuena Vista Av and 
Thirteenth Vf of Alpine 

South California, see Cali- 



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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 Place, from N s 

sixteenth bet Guerrero and 

Dolores 
Spofford, from N s Clay bet 

Dupont and Stockton, N to 

Washington 
SpreckelS, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
SpreckelS Avenue (Smmyside), 

from Circular Av W 
Spring, from S s California 

bet .Montgomery and Kearny 
Sprlngdale (Spring Valley 

Homestead), from W s Mis- 
sion S of Bosworth 
Spruce, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Locust and Maple, 
S to California 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation. 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

St. Charles Place, from E s 

Kearny bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
St. Francis (South S. F.), see 

■ T South 
St. George Alley, from N s 

Bush bee Kearny and Dupont, 
N to Pine 

St. Germain Avenue (Claren- 
don Heights), from Stanyan 
N of Twentieth 

St. John (South S. F.), see 
P South 

St. Joseph's Avenue, from N 

8 Turk bet Broderlck and 

Baker, N to Geary 
St. Lawrence (South S. F.), 

see B South 
St. Louis Alley, from S s 

Jackson bet Dupont and 

Stockton 
St. Mary, from N s Pine bet 

Kearny and Dupont, N to 

California 
St. Mary's Avenue, from W s 

Mission S of Crescent Av 
St. Kose's Avenue, from Ma- 
sonic Av S of Point Lobos 
Av 
St. Thomas (South S. F.), see 

Fifth Av South 
St. Vincent, see Vincent 
Standish (Bernal Heights, 
now Peralta Av), from Es- 
meralda Av S to Powhattan 
Stanford, from S s Brannan 
bet Second and Third, S E to 
Townsend 

Stanford Heights Avenue 

(Stanford Heights), from 
Twenty-fifth S to Thirty- 
Stanley (City Land Ass'n 
Tract), W of San Jose Av nr 
County Line ' 



Stanly Court, from E s Stan- 
ly Place bet Harrison and 
Bryant 

Stanly Place, from S s Harri- 
son bet First and Second, SE 
to Bryant 

Stanton, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth to Falcon Av 

Stanyan, from Fulton W of 
Shrader S to extension of 
Twentieth 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Fulton 2 (o) 

Grove 100 

Hayes 200 

Fell CO (c) 

Oak 400 

Page 500 

Halght 600 

Waller 700 

Beulah 

Frederick 800 801 

Carl 900 901 

Pariiassus Avenue.. .1000 1001 

Stanyan Avenue (Stanford 

Heights), from Twenty-fifth 

S to Thirty-second 
Star (Bernal Heights), from 

Macedonia to Peralta Av 
Stark (late Polk Lane), from 

E 6 Stockton bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
States, from W s Castro bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Steiner, from N s Thirteenth 

betFlllmore and Pierce, N to 

the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Hermann 100 

Germanla Avenue . . . 

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 lOOl 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Eddv 1300 1301 

Ellis 1400 1401 

0-Farrell 1500 1501 

Elliot Park ,_ 

Geary 1600 (o) 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wlldey Avenue 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Perlne Place 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2300 (o) 

Washington 2400 (o) 

Jackson 2500 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 .3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Plxley Avenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut 3400 3401 

Francisco 3500 3501 

Bay 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquin 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Stephens Court, from S s 

Sacramento bet Stockton and 
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Steuart, from S s Market bet 
East South and Spear, S E to 
the bay 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 800 301 

Harrison (e) (e) 

Steuben (late York), from 
Islals Creek to San Bruno 
Av 

Steveloe Place, from E s Jones 
bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Stevens Alley, from S s 
Broadway bet Battery and 

Stevenson, from W s First 

bet Market and Jessie, S W 
to Fourteenth 

Cross Sts. N s 

rirst 2 'l 

Ecker 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery . . . (c") (c) 

Annie 

Third .' ! ! 200 201 

Fourth (c) re) 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 501 

Seventh eoo 601 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth 800 801 

Tenth (c) (c) 

Eleventh (c) (c) 

Twelfth 1100 1101 

Brady 1200 1201 

Hermann 1300 1301 

Thirteenth 1400 1401 

Fourteenth (e) (e) 

Stevenson Avenue, from e s 

Valencia bet Market and 

Hermann 
Stockton, from N s Market 

bet Grant Av and Powell, N 

to the bay 
Cross Sts. E. w. 

Market and Ellis 2 1 

O'Farrell loO 101 

Geary 200 (o) 

Union Square Avenue 

Post 800 301 

StoektonPlace 

Sutter 400 401 

Bush 500 501 

Emma 

Pine '.'.'..'.'. 600 601 

California 700 701 

Emmett Place 

Sacramento soo 801 

Clay 900 901 

Washington looo 1001 

Jackson noo 1101 

PacWc 1200 1201 

Stark 

Broadway ','.■. 1300 1301 

Vallejo 1400 1401 

Card Alley 

Montgomery Avenue 

Green 1500 1501 

Union 1600 1601 

Filbert 1700 1701 

Greenwich I8OO 1801 

Lombard 1900 1901 

Chestnut aooO 2001 

Pfeiaer 

Francisco 2100 2101 

Bay 2200 2201 

NorthPoint 2300 2301 

Beach 240O 2401 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Stockton Place, from W s 
Grant Av bet Post and Sut- 
ter, W to Stockton 
Stone, from N s Washington 
bet Stockton and Powell, N 

Stoneman (Bernal Heights), 
from Shotwell nr Ripley to 
Folsom 



Stout's Alley, from N s 
Washington bet Dupont and 
Stockton, N to Jackson 

Strlngham, E of San Bruno 
Av nr Islals Creek 

Sulllvan(now Parnassus Ay), 
from Clayton bet Carl and 
Grattan 

Sullivan Alley, from N s 

Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton, N to Pacific 

Sumatra (South S. F.), see 
Seventeenth Av South 

Summer, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Pine and Cali- 
fornia, W to Kearny 

Sumner, from S s Howard 
bet Seventh and Eighth, to 
Clementina 

Sunny Court, from S s Geary 
bet Buchanan and Webster 

Sunnydale Avenue, W of San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 
Sunnyeide Avenue (Sunny- 
side), from Circular Av W 
to Hamburg 
Sunset Avenue, from Wood- 
land Av N to Parnassus Av 
Sunshine Court, from E s 
Eighth bet Howard and Fol- 

Surrey, from W s Castro nr 

Chenery 
Sussex (late Kent),-from W s 

Castro nr Bemis 

Susquehanna (South s. F.i, 

see N South 

Sutter, from junction Market 

and Sansome bet Post and 

Bush, W to Central Av 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Market and Sansome 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Trinity 

Lick Place 

Kearny 2OO 201 

ClaraLane 

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 

Larkln noo 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

van Ness Avenue 1300 1301 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Cough 1500 1501 

Octavia 1600 1601 

Laguna 1700 1701 

SutterPIace 

Buchanan ISOO 1801 

Webster 1900 1901 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Stelner 2100 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott 2300 2301 

Devlsadero 2400 2401 

Broderlck 2500 2501 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon 2700 2701 

Central Avenue (e) (e) 

Sutter Place, from N s Sutter 

bet Laguna and Buchanan 
Swan, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Islals Creek 
Sweeney, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr Islals 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 At S of S, W 

to the ocean 
T South, from Schneider S W 

to Tenth Av South 

Tacoma Avenue, from w s 

Fifteenth Av het Point 

Lobos Av and Clement to 

Sixteenth Av 
Tahiti (South s. F.), see 

Forty-sixth Av South 
Talbert, W of San Bruno At 

nr County Line 

Tallapoosa (South S. F.). see 
F South 

Tara, W of San Jose At nr 
San Miguel 

Tay, from S s Clay bet Powell 
and Mason 

Taylor, from N s Market bet 
Mason and Jones,N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. w. 

Market and Golden 

Gate Avenue 2 1 

T"";'' 100 101 

Eddy. 200 201 

Rose Place 

Fills .'.300 sot 

O'Farrell 400 401 

Geary 500 5OI 

Derby Place.... 

Adelaide Place ' 

TaylorPlace ] 

Post 600 601 

Lewis Place . 

Becker Place ...'.' 

Sutter ;. 700 701 

Bush 800 801 

Mulford Alley , 

Pine 900 901 

VlllaPlace 

California iiooo 1001 

Sacramento iioo 1101 

Pleasant 

Clay !!l200 1-201 

Washington isoo 1301 

Jackson 1400 1401 

Pacific 1500 1501 

Bernard 

Broadway ] I6OO 1601 

Falcon Place 

Vallejo 1700 1701 

Green 18OO 1801 

Lincoln 

Union ;;i900 1901 

Lick 

Taylor Terrace 

Filbert 20OO 2001 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2100 2101 

Lombard 2200 2-201 

Montgomery Avenue 

Chestnut 2300 2301 

Water 

Francisco !2400 3401 

Vandewater 

Bay ;."2500 2501 

NorthPoint 2600 2601 

Beach 2700 2701 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Taylor Place, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Geary and Post 

Taylor Terrace, from E s 
Taylor bet Union and Fil- 
bert 
Tehama, from W s First bet 
Howard and Clementina, S W 
to Ninth 
Cross Sts. N. s 

First 2 1 

Maiden Alley 

Second 100 101 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth. (c) (c) 

Seventh (c) (c) 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (e) (e) 

Tehama Place, from E s First 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Telegraph (West End Tract), 
from Mission nr County Line 



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Telegrraph Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Temple, E of San Bruno At 

nr I uuntv Line 
Temple (late Serpentine 

Kuad). from N s Seven- 

teenlh W of Clara Av 

Teneriffe (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 
Division 
Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Warren Avenue 

Folsom 300 301 

Sheridan 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Division (e) (e) 

Tenth Avenue, from Presidio 

Keservatlon S to R 

Tenth Avenue South, from 

Schneider S E to Water Front 
Tevls, from S s King bet 

Third and Fourth 
Tevls (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 

Vallejo bet Stockton and 
Powell 

Theresa (Academy Tract), 
from X W s Mission bet Ting- 
ley and Cotter 

Third, from S s Market bet 
Second and Fourth, S E to 
the bay 

Cross Sts. W. K. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Mission '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. 100 101 

Minna 

Sherwood Place 

Xatoma 

Hunt 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom SOO 301 

Verona Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Perry 

Sliver 

Bryant 500 501 

Park Lane 

South Park 

South Park Alley 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berrv 800 801 

Channel (e) (e) 

Third Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to J 

Third Avenue South, from 
I>lal> s E tu Water Front 

Thirteenth, from Harrison 
bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, 
N W and W to Buena VlstaAv 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Harrison 2 1 

Bemlce 

Treat Avenue 

Isis 

Folsom 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Frankfort Avenue... 

Mission 300 301 



Jessie 

Stevenson 

Valencia 400 401 

Elgin Park Avenue.. 

Pearl 

Guerrero 500 501 

Market 

Buchanan 600 

Dolores liOl 

Church 700 701 

Fillmore 

Belcher 

Sanchez 801 

Stelner SOO 

Walter 

Pierce 900 

Noe 901 

Scott -...HXX) 

Castro 1001 

Devlsadero 1100 

Alpine 

South Broderick 

Buena Vista Avenue, (e) (e) 

Thirteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to U 

Thirteenth Avenue South, 

from Islals Creek S E to 
Water Front 
Thirtieth, from W s Mission 
S of Twenty-ninth. W to Fow- 
ler Av 
Cross Sis, N. S. 

Mission 2 1 

San Jose Avenue 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Chenery 

Church 300 

Dame 

Whitney 

Sanchez 400 401 

Harper 

Noe 500 501 

Laldley .'. . 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass SOO 

Thirtieth Avenue, from the 
ocean S to X 

Thirtieth Avenue South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-eighth Avenue, from 



Thirty-fifth Avenue, from 



Thirty-first, from Lincoln Av 

w to Fowler Av 
Thirty-first Avenue, from the 



Thirty-fourth, from Lincoln 
Av S "I Thlrtv-thlrd 

Thirty-fourth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-fourthAvenueSouth, 

from P.ailroad .Av S E to 
County Line 

Thirty-ninth Avenue, from 

Clement .S to X 

Thirty-ninth Avenue South, 



Thirty-second, from Lincoln 
-\v W to Fowler Av 

Thirty-second Avenue, from 



Thirty-sixth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-sixth Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 
Thirty-third, from Lincoln 
A\' W to Stanford Heights Av 

Thirty-third Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-third Avenue South, 

from Railroad Av S E to 
County Line 

Thompson Avenue, from S s 

Brannan bet Second and 
Third 

Thornton (City Land Associ- 
ation Tract). W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Thornton Avenue (Silver 

Terrace), from W s Railroad 
itleth Av South. 



W t 



Lin 



.W 



Tiffany Avenue, from Valen- 
cia nr junction Mission, S W 
to Twentj--nlnth 

Tiffany Place (late Churchill 

Court), from W s Mission nr 

Twenty-ninth 
Tllden (Flint Tract), from 

CaMr.)nr Fifteenth 
Tillman Alley, from W s 

Grant ,Av bet Sutter and 

Stockton Place 
Tingley (Academy Tract), 

from X W s Mission nr Silver 

Av 

Tobago (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-fourth Av South 

Tobin (now Suimydale Ave- 
nue), from W s San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Tomasa (Bemal Heights), 
from Peralta Av S E to Hol- 
laday Av 

Tombigbee (South S. F.), see 
Q South 

Tonningsen Place (late 

Bowles Place), from X a 
Howard bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth 
Tonquln, 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 

RItch 

Clyde 

Crook 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

SLxth 500 501 

Gilbert - — 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth (e) (e) 

Tracy, from E s Devlsadero 
bet Union and Filbert 



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Travers Place, from s s Jack- 
son bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
Treat Avenue, from S s Thir- 
teenth bet Folaom and Harrl- 
6on, S to Ripley 
Cross Sis. \y E 

Thirteenth 2 'j 

Fourteenth loo ]01 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 500 soi 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Twenty-arst 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twenty-third looo 1001 

Twenty-fourth noo 1101 

Twenty-flfth 1200 1201 

Twenty-sixth ISOO 1301 

-^-rmy 1400 1401 

Tremont Avenue, from S s 
Waller bet .\8hbury and 
Clayton 

Trent Alley, from N s TwenU- 
fourth bet Dolores and Chat- 
tanooga 

Trenton (late Virginia), from 
N s Washington bet Stockton 
and Powell, X to PaclBc 



I ■ 1 » Trinidad (South S. F.l, see 
■IMd 5 Seventh Av South 



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Trinity, from N s Sutter bet 
Montgomery and Kearny X 
to Bush 

Troy Place, from W s Hyde 
bet Sacramento and Clay" 

Truett, from W s Mason bet 
Clay and Washington 

Trumbull (College Home- 
stead), from E 8 Mission nr 



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Tulare, from the bay along N 
8 Islals 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. u. s 

Market and Mason... 2 i 

Margaret Court .. 

Taylor :; 100 lOl 

Jones 200 2m 

I Leavenworth 300 



400 401 



parkin :::;" 500 

Polk 600 

Van Ness Avenue . ! ' 70O 

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Jefferson Square.. 

Laguna ilioo 1101 

Buchanan 1200 1201 

Sf,*"'" 1300 1301 

FlUmore 1400 1401 

*teluer 1500 1501 

f'e^ce 1600 leoi 

?<=o" 1700 1701 

Seymour Avenue . 

Devlsadero iisoo 1801 

Broderlck 1900 1901 

St. Joseph's Avenue. 

Baker (0) 20OI 

J;y°P-V; (o) 2101 

Central Avenue (0) 2201 

Masonic Avenue 2300 (o) 

jyof.'i »»00 (o) 

^iV'^os 2M0 (o) 

Blake 2600 (o) 

took 2700 (o) 

goyoe. 2800 (o) 

Parker Avenue (0) 2901 

North Stanvan . 3001 

North Wlllard ."3IOO 3101 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Twelftli, from S s Market 

bet Eleventh and Brady S E 

to Harrison 



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Cross Sts. yf 

Market 2 

Mission '. iflo 

Glen Park Avenue"' 
Howard 2OO 



Twelftli Avenue, from Pre- 

eldiu Reservation S to T 

Twelfth Avenue South, from 

Islals Creek S E to Water 
Front 

Twentieth, from the bay bet 
Nineteenth and Twenty-first, 

Cro.is Si.!. jj g 

'""■ol*; 60i) 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee goo 801 

Minnesota 900 901 

'■""lana jooo 1001 

lo^a 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av.... 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Texas.. J400 1401 

Missouri 1500 jsoi 

Connecticut I6OO 1601 

Arkansas noo 17OI 

^'«eonsln 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

5^'i"?Vi 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

•^ansas 220O 2201 

\ermont 2300 2301 

ban Bruno Avenue. . .2400 2401 

JJtah.... 2500 2501 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshlfe 2700 2701 

i"''^ 2800 2801 

Ifyaiit 2900 2901 

Flortda 300O SOOl 

Alabama 3100 3101 

Harrison 3200 3J01 I 



FolS( 



3300 3301 



Shotwell 

How^ard ;;; 3400 3401 

Capp 

Mission !.■; 3500 3501 

San Carlos Avenue . 
Lexington Avenue 

X*'"^"''* 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Otll'eh 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

goe..... 4100 4101 

Hartford 

Castro .:::::: 4200 4201 

Colllngwood 4300 4.801 

Diamond 4400 4401 

Em-eka 4500 4.WI 

Douglass 4600 4601 

Twentieth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 

Twentieth Avenue South, 

from Elmlra S E to .4 .South 

Twenty-eighth, from w s 

Guerrero bet Duncan and 

Valley, W to Fowler .\\ 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Guerrero 2 1 

Dolores ',',, lOo 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 301 



400 401 



Castro .500 

Diamond " ' 600 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoffman Avenue . . . 800 801 

Bellevue 900 901 

Twenty-«lghth Avenue, from 

the ocean s to X 

Twenty-eighth Av South, 

from Charter Oak Av s E to 
County Line 



Twenty-fifth, from the bay 
b e t Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth, W to Fowler 
Av 

Cross Sis. [J s 

IJ"?o'ai sob 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota noo 1101 

{""'ana 1200 1201 

*owa 1300 130] 

Pennsylvania Av..!! 1400 1401 

Mississippi 1500 1501 

i"as 1600 1601 

*"880url 1700 1701 

Connecticut I8OO 1801 

Arkansas igoo 1901 

Wisconsin 20OO 2001 

Carolina 2100 2101 

geHaro 2200 2201 

Rhode Island 2300 2301 

i-ansae 2400 2401 

Vermont 250O 2501 

ban Bruno Avenue . 2600 2601 

Utah.... 2700 2701 

Potrero Avenue 2800 2801 

Hampshire 

Xorl^ !!! 2900 2901 

Bryant 

Florida !!! 3000 3001 

Alabama 

Harrison !!!! 3100 3101 

Balmy 

Treat Avenue *' 

Garfield Avenue... 

folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard !!330O 3301 

Capp 

Mission !..!!!! 3400 3101 

Bartlett 

Valencia ! 3500 3501 

ban Jose Avenue.... 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 

5?'°"* '■ 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

VIcksburg 

Sanchez !!!!! 400O 4001 

^oe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

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 

Cross Sis. N. s 

Illinois 600 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana looo 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av... 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Te.vas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut I6OO 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsin I8OO 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

DeHaro -2000 2001 

Rhodelsland 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 230O 2301 

San-Bruno Avenue . 240O 2401 

Jtah 2.500 2,501 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 

Jork 2700 2701 

Bryant 

Florida ! 2800 2801 

Alabama ^^ 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 300013001 

Shotwell 

Howard !! 3100-3101 



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Mission 3200 3201 

San Carlos Avenue.. 

Bartlett 

Lexington Avenue.. 

Valencia 3300 3301 

Guerrero 3400 3401 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores S-iOO 3501 

Chattanooga 

Church 3600 3601 

Sanchez 3700 3701 

Noe SSOO 3801 

Castro 3900 3901 

CoUlngwoocl 4000 4001 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Eureka 4200 4201 

Douglass 4300 4301 

Twenty-flrst 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-Bfth, W 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Illinois 700 701 

Kentucky 800 801 

Tennessee 900 901 

Minnesota 1000 1001 

Indiana 1100 1101 

Iowa 1200 1201 

Pennsylvania Av ... 1300 1301 

Mississippi 1400 1401 

Texas 1500 1501 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut 1700 1701 

Arkansas 1800 1801 

■Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

DeHaro 2100 2101 

Rhode Island 2200 2201 

Kansas 2300 2301 

Vermont 240O 2401 

San Bruno Avenue.. 2500 2501 

Utah 3600 2601 

Potrero Avenue ... 2700 2701 

Hampshire 

Tork 3800 2801 

Bryant 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Balmy 

Treat .\venue 

Garfield Avenue 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3801 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3400 3401 

San Jose Avenue 3.500 3501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3700 S701 

Chattanooga 

Church SSOO 3801 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 3900 3901 

Margary 

Noe 4000 4001 

Castro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4201 

Douglass 4300 4301 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, from 

Presldlu Rfservatlon S to X 

Twenty-fourth Av South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
Water Front 

Twenty-ninth, from W s 
Mission bet Valley and Day, 
W to Fowler .\v 
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 Av South, 

from Charter Oak Av S E to 
County Line 

Twenty-second, from the bay 
bet Twenty-first and Hum- 
boldt, W 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Illinois COO 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota 900 901 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av. .. 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut 1600 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsin 1800 ISOl 

Carolina 1900 1901 

De Haro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

SanBruno Avenue.. 2400 (o) 

Utah 3500 (o) 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 

rork 2700 3701 

Bryant 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Folsom '.'.'.'.!'.'. 3000 3001 

Shotwell 

Howard 3100 3101 

Capp 

Mission 3200 3201 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3300 3301 

San Jose Avenue... . 

Guerrero 3100 3401 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3500 3501 

Chattanooga 

Church 3600 3601 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 3700 3701 

Noe 3S0O 3901 

Castro 3900 3901 

CoIIIngwood 

Diamond 4000 4001 

Eureka 4100 4101 

Douglass 4200 4301 

Twenty-second Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-second Av South, 



fro 



Sllv 



South 

Twenty-seventli, from w s 

San Jose Av bet Army and 
Duncan, W to Fowler .Av 

Cross Sts. , N. s. 

San Jose Avenue . .. 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, from 

the ocean s to X 

Twenty-seventh Av South, 

from Thornton Av S E to 
County Line 

Twenty-Sixth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-fifth and Army, 
W to Fowler Av 



Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 80O SOI 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota 1100 1101 

Indiana 1200 1201 

.Iowa 1300 1301 

Pennsylvania Av ... 1400 1401 

Mississippi 1500 1501 

Texas 1600 16U1 

Missouri 1700 1701 

Connecticut 1800 1801 

Arkansas 1900 1901 

Wisconsin 2000 2001 

Carolina 2100 2101 

DeHaro 2200 2201 

Rhode Island 2300 2301 

Kansas 2400 2401 

Vermont 2.500 2501 

SanBruno Avenue.. 2600 2601 

Utah 3700 2701 

Potrero Avenue 3800 2801 

Hampshire 

Tork 3900 2901 

Bryant 

Florida 3000 3001 

Alabama 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Garfield Avenue.... 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 

Mission SlOO 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3500 3501 

San Jose JAvenue... 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3900 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Twenty-Sixth Avenue, from 

the ocean S to X 

Twenty-Sixth Av South, 



W£ 



Tho 



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Twenty-third, from the bay 
bet Humboldt and Twenty- 
fourth, W 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 700 701 

Kentucky 800 801 

Tennessee 900 901 

Minnesota 1000 1001 

Indiana 1100 1101 

Iowa 1200 1201 

Pennsylvania Av. .. 1300 1301 

Mississippi 1400 1401 

Texas 1500 1501 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut 1700 1701 

Arkansas 1800 1801 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

DeHaro 3100 3101 

Rhode Island 220O 3301 

Kansas.... 2300 2301 

Vermont 3400 3401 

SanBruno Avenue., (o) 2501 

Utah (o) 2601 

Potrero Avenue 2700 2701 

Hampshire 

Tork 3800 2801 

Bryant 

Florida 3900 2901 

Alabama 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3400 3401 

San Jose Avenue .. 3500 3501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Fair Oaks 



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Twenty-thlrd-Confd. 

J^olO'^'^s 3700 370: 

Cnattanooga 

Church ;;;;; ssoo ssm 

vlcksburg 

Sanchez '.[]',' 3900 3901 

Margary 

JfO"; '■■'■'■'.'. JOOO 4001 

Castro. 4100 4101 

Diamond jjOO 4201 

Eureka 

DoDgiass. .!.;;;;;;;; 4300 4301 

Twenty-third Avenne, from 

Presidio Keservatlon S to X 

Twenty-third Avenue South, 

from Q Suuth S E to A South 

Twin Peaks Avenue (Stan- 
ford Heights), from Twentv- 
fifth S to Thirty-third 

Tyler, see Golden Gate Av 

0, Irom Thirteenth Av S of T 
W to the ocean 

DnadlUa Avenue, from San 

-lose At nr San Miguel 
union, from the bay bet 
Green and Filbert, W to Pre- 
sidio Regerration 
Cro$t Sis. jj. s. 

Front 2 1 

Battery ;; loo loi 

Gaines 

Sansome ..'.'!.'!.'" 200 201 

Calhoun 

Montgomery..;."";; 300 301 
Vincent 

s.^j™'',; ■';;;;;; 400 4oi 

Filbert Place 

Sonora 

Varenneg .. ;;;;;* " 

Lafaj-ette Place ;;" 

Dupont..^. 500 501 



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Bannam Plai 
C'adell Allej- ..." ' 

■Jasper Place ;" 

Union Place . . 
Graham Place ..;;;;; 

Stockton ;; 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Powell 700 701 

August Alley 

Ma«on 800 801 

Z"']"^ ■■^; «» 901 

Marlon Place 

Jones ;iOOO 1001 

Leavenworth iioo 1101 

Sharp Place 

Hyiie 1200 1201 

Allen 

West End Alley; ; ; " ' 

Moore ' 

parkin ;;.;;;;;;i3oo isoi 

It""^;;--: »00 1401 

Nan XessAvenue 1500 1501 

Franklin leoo 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

pctavia 1800 1801 

^?P"a 1900 1901 

Olive Court .. 

Buchanan ;;;;;;;2ooo 2001 

Sf,""'*'' 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

f'"ee 2400 2401 

Scott. 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2«)0 2601 

Broderlck 2700 2701 

Baker 2SOO 2801 

I-yon (e) (e) 

Union Avenue (Bemal Heights) 
from San Bruno Av W to 

Union Place, from N s Green 
bet Dupout and Stockton, S 

Union Square, bet Geary, 
P"^t. Stockton and Powell 

Union Square Avenue (late 
Morton) from W s Kearny 



University ( [Iiiivei sitv Homestead 1 
from Silver Av S to Mansell 

Upper Terrace, from Olym- 
pus ur Seventeenth X E 

Uranus, from S s Seventeenth 
bet Mars and Ashbury 

Uruguay (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-eighth Av South 

Utah, from Division bet Ne- 
braska and Potrero Av, S to 
Army 

V, from Fourteenth Av S of 

Valencia, from S s Market 
bet Mission and Guerrero. S 
to Mission 

Cros^ Sfs. "w, jE 

Market o 1 

Stevenson Avenue " — - 

Hermann ; 100 101 

Thirteenth 200 201 

Clinton Park 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth ;;;;; 300 301 

Fifteenth 400 401 

Sixteenth 500 501 

Seventeenth 600 601 

Clarion Alley 

Sycamore Avenue .. 

Eighteenth 700 701 

Nineteenth 800 801 

Cumberland Place... 

Twentieth 900 901 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst ....;;;;; 1000 1001 

Twenty-second ..;;;; 1100 1101 

Twenty-third 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1301 

Twenty-flfth 1400 1401 

Twenty-sisth isoo 1501 

Army 

Tiffany Avenue .. " 

Mission (e) (e) 

Vallejo, from the bay bet 
Broadway and Green, W to 
Presidio Reservation 
Crost Sis. N. s 

Davis and East North 2 1 

Jront 100 nil 

Battery 20O 201 

Flint Alley 

Sansome ;;.;;;; 300 soi 

Prescott Court .. 

Hall Alley ; 

Hodge's Alley 

Bartol 

Montgomery ;; 400 401 

Jeaniy » 500 501 

San Antonio 

Pinckney Place 

Pollard Place 

Margaret Place 

Dnpont 600 601 

Montgomery Avenue 

Vallejo Place 

Stockton 700 701 

Vulcan Lane 

Theodore Alley ...;;; 

Church Avenue ' ' 

Wheelock Place . . , 

Powell 800 801 

Washoe Place 

O'Connell Place 

Mason 900 901 

Vallejo Terrace 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Sweet 

Florence Place ...;;;- 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

Hyde 1300 1301 

White 

Larlcln 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1501 

Van Ness Avenue. ;;;i600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Gough 1800 1801 

Octavia 1900 1901 

Laguna 2OOO 3001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 



Sf,*"" 2200 2201 

Fillmore 2300 2301 

Ite'oer 2400 2401 

perce 2500 2501 

=eott.. 2600 2601 

Devlsadero 2700 2701 

Broderlck 2800 2801 

Balder 2900 2901 

I-yon (e) (e) 

Vallejo Place, from S s Val- 
lejo bet Montgomery Av and 
Stockton 

Vallejo Terrace, fiom S s 

Vailejo bet Mason and Tay- 
lor 
Valley, from W s San Jose 
Av bet Twenty-eighth and 
Twenty-ninth, to Fowler At 
Cro.'!s Sis. N. s. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores ]00 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 801 

Noe 400 401 

Castro 500 501 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass 700 701 

Valparaiso, from W s Mason 
net Filbert and Greenwich, 
W to Taylor and from Roach 
to Jones 

Van Bnren, W of Diamond 

from Sussex S to Surrey 

Van Ness Avenue, from s s 

Market bet Polk and Frank- 
lin, X to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. w. 

Market and Oak 2 i 

Hickory Avenue... 

Fell. 100 101 




Willow Avenue, 

Ellis 900 901 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farreli ;iooo 1001 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary noo 1101 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1200 1201 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1300 1301 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1400 1401 

Austin .\ venue 

Pine 1500 1501 

California 1600 1601 

Sacramento 1700 1701 

Clay 18OO 1801 

Washington 1900 1901 

Jackson 2000 2001 

Paciac Avenue 2100 2101 

Broadway 2200 2201 

Vallejo 2300 2301 

Bottlta 

Green 2100 2401 

Union ...2500 2501 

Filbert 2(100 2601 

Greenwich 2700 2701 

Lombard 2800 2801 

Chestnut 2900 2901 

Francisco 3000 3001 

Bay 310O (o) 

NorthPoint 3200 (0) 

Beach 3300 (o) 

Jefferson WOO (o) 

Tonquin 3500 (o) 

Lewis (c) Ce) 

Vancouver (South S F.), see 

Thirty-first Av South. 



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Vandewater, from W s Pow- 
ell bet Fraucleco and Bay. W 
to Taylor 

Varennes, from N s Union 
bet Kearny and Dupont. X to 
Filbert 

Vassalboro, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Vassar Place, from S s Har- 
rison bet Si-eond 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 Ay 8outh 
Venus (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av to Williams Av 



Vermont, from Division bet 

Kansas and Nebraska, S to 
Islals Creek 

Vermont (South S. F.), see 
Conkling 

Vernon (City Land Associ- 
ation Traet), W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Vernon Place, from Haw- 
thorne bet Folsom and Har- 
rison 

Verona Place, from E s Third 
bet Folsoni and Harrison 

Vlcksburg, from S s Twenty- 
seeond bet Chnreh and San- 
chez S to Twenty-lifth 

Victor (late White's Place), 
from S s Bryant bet Seventh 
and Eighth 

Victoria (City Land Associ- 
ation Traet). W of Snn Jose 
Av nr County Line 

Vienna (Excelsior Home- 
Btend), from Sliver Av S Vi 
to Amazon Av 

View Avenue, from Romain 
bet Doufe'lass and Falcon Av 

Villa Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Pine and California 

Vincent, from N s Green bet 



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Virginia, from the bay bet 

Ohio and New York, S to 

First Av South 
Virginia Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from E s Mission nr 

Thirtieth 
Virginia Court (late Virginia 

Plaee). fiMUi \V 8 Dupoutbet 

Pine and California 
Virginia Place, from N s Pa- 

elfle bet Sloekton and Powell. 

N to Broadway 
Visltaclon Avenue, from San 



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Volney Alley, see Elizabeth 



Vorrath Place, see Eureka 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 

Vulcan Lane (late Maiden 
Lane, from N s Vallejo bet 
Stockton and Powell 

W, from Fifteenth Av S of V, 



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Walbridge, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Waldo Alley, from W s Leav- 
enwt)rth bet Broadway and 
Valle.io 
Wall Place, from N s Jackson 

bet Li-avenworth and Hyde 
Waller, from junction Market 

and Oetavla W to Stanyau 
Cross S/s. N. S. 

Market and Oetavla.. 2 1 

Laguna 100 101 

Buchanan 200 201 

Webster 30O 301 

Fillmore 400 401 

Stelner 500 501 

Pierce (iOO 601 

Scott TOO 701 

Devlsadero SOO 801 

Broderlck 900 901 

Buena Vista Park.... 

Central Avenue 1200 1201 

Masonic Avenue 1300 1301 

De Long Avenue — 

Ashbury 1400 1401 

Trem<mt Avenue 

Clayton 1500 1501 

Belvedere 

Cole 1600 1601 

Shrader 1700 1701 

Stanvan (e) (e) 

Walnut, from Paciflo Avenue 
bet Central Av and Laurel, 
S to California 
Cro.M Sis. E. W. 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Walnut (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), see Ralston 
Walnut Avenue, from S s 
Larkin bet Post and Sutter. 
W to Laguna (Some of the 
buildings are Incorrectly 
numbered) 
Cross Sb. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklto (c) (c) 

Guugh .« (c) (c) 

Oetavla (tiOO) 500 .iOl 

Laguna (e) Ce) 

Walter, from S s Thirteenth 
bet Sanchez and Xoe. S to 
Fourteenth 
Waltham (Bemal 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 

liruno Av 
Warren (Fairmount Tract, 
now Sanchez), from Thirtieth 
to Palmer 

Warren Avenue, from E s 

Tenth bet Howard and Fol- 



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 600 501 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery 600 GOl 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Dunbar Alley 

Kearny 700 (ui 

Brenham Place 

Washington Alley . . . 

Dupont SOO SOI 

Waverly Place 

Stout's Alley 

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 

Beed 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkin .1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue,... 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Gough 2000 (o) 

Oetavla 2100 (o) 

Laguna 2200 ',!201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 3400 2101 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Stelner (c) Cc) 

Alta Plaza 

Scott 2800 2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderlck 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 SlOl 

Lvon 3200 S201 

Central Avenue .3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel :S00 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

t'herry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (c) 

Washington Alley, from N s 
Washington bet Kearny and 
Dupont. N to Jackson 

Washington Avenue, from s 

s Mission bet Ninth and 
Tenth. S E to Howard 

Washington Square, bet 



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Washoe Place, from N s Val- 
lejo bet Powell and Mason 

Water, from W s Mason bet 
Chestnut and Francisco, W 
to Taylor 

Water Front, from Twenty- 
ttrst along the bay, S to 
County Line 

Waterloo, from E s San Bruno 
Av nr Cortland Av 



Watt Avenue (West End 
Homestead). S E of Mission 
nr County Line 

Waverly Place, from N s 

Sacramento bet Dupont and 
Stockton. N to Washington 



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Wayland (University Home- 

Btead), 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 riUmore, 

N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Hermann 2 1 

Germanla Avenue... 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 5J00 aoi 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Hickory Avenue 

Feu 500 SOI 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 600 601 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAUIeter 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue.lOOO 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 ISOl 

Bylngton Avenue 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Geary 1500 1501 

Post 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Wlldey Avenue 

Pine WOO 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington 2S00 2301 

.lackson 2400 2101 

Webster Place 

Paciac Avenue 2500 2501 

. Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

PIxley Avenue 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Moulton Avenue 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut (o) 3301 

Francisco (o) 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

.Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquln 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Webster Place, from E s 

Webster bet Jackson and 
Paclftc Av 
Weldon, W of San Bruno At 
nr head Islals Creek 

Wells Avenue, from w s 

Dolores bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Wells Court, from S s Lom- 
bard bet Dupontand Stockton 
Welsh, from W s Zoe bet 

Bryant and Brannan, S W to 

W of Fourth 
West Avenue, from Mission 

nr Cortland A\, S E to Hollv 

Park Av 
West Courts from N s Jaclt- 

son bet Dupont and Stockton 
West Eddy, from North Wil- 

lard nr Turk W to First Av 



West End Alley, from N s 

Green bet Hyde and Larkln. 
N to Union 

West Lake Avenue (WestEnd 

Trait), W of Mission nr 
County Line 

West Mission, from Mission 
ur Twelfth, S W to Hermann, 
thence S to Mission nr Thir- 
teenth 

West Park, from Holly Parli 
Avnr 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 .\v 

Wheelock Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Stockton and 
Powell 
White, from N s Vallejo bet 
Hyde and Larkln 



White's Place (now Victor), 
from S s Bryant bet Seventh 
and Eighth 



Whitney (Fairmount Tract), 
from Thirtieth nr Sanchez, S 
to P.andall 

WMttler (West End Home- 
stead, late Lafayette), from 
Mission nr County Line 

Wleland, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Wleland Avenue (Sunnyside) , 
from Circular Av W 

WUde, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Wilder, from Castro nr San 
.lose Av 

Wlldey Avenue, from W s 
Webster bet Bush and Pine, 
W to Stelner 

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 

Williams (University Home- 
stead), see Somerset 

Williams Avenue (Silver Ter- 
race), from Kallroad Av nr 
Twenty-second Av South 

Williamson (now Parker A ve- 
nue), from N 8 Point Lobos 
Av W of Boyce 

Willow Avenue, from W s 

Larkln bet Eddy and Ellis 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Larkln 2 1 

Polk JOO 101 

VanNess Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Oough 400 401 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Wilson, from W s Gough bet 
Vallejo and Green 



WlnslOW (Bernal Heights), 

from Esmeralda Av S to 

Eugenia Av 
Winter Lane, from E s 

Mason bet Green and Unli'ii 
Wlnthrop (late Websten, 

from N s Lombard bet Mont 

gomerv and Kearny, N i" 

Chestnut 
Wisconsin, from Sixteenth 

bet Arkansas and Carolina, 

S to Tulare 
Wolfe (Bernal Heights), from 

Isabel S W to Peralta Av 
Wood, from Point Lobes Av 

bet Masonic Av and Collins 

Woodland Avenue, from 

Lotta S W to Sunset Av 
Wool (Bernal 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 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Worden Avenue (West End 

Tract), from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Worth, from Twenty-second 

W of Douglass 
Wyoming (South S. F.), from 

Islals S to First Av South 

Wyoming Avenue (West End 

Tract), W of Mission nr 
County Line 
X, from Sixteenth Av S of W, 

to the ocean 
Yale (University Hompstsad), from 

Silver Av S to Mansell 
Yazoo (South S. F.), see M 

South 
Yerba Buena, from N s Sac- 
ramento bet Mason and Tay- 
lor. N to Clay 
Yolo (now Twenty-flfth), from 
Ihe bay bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-sixth, W to Po- 
trero Av 
York, from Division bet 
Hampshire and Bryant, S to 
Army 
Cross Sis. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth (c) (c) 

Franklin Square 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 SOI 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third lioo 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flfth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army (e) (e) 

Yuba (now Twenty-sixth), 
from the bay bet Twenty- 
flfth and .\rmy, to Potrero 
Av 
Yucatan (South S. F.), see 

Forty-seventh Av South 
Yuma, from Sixth nr West 
El Dorado. S W to Sixteenth 
Zoe, from S s Bryant bet 
Third and Fourth, S E to 
Brannan 
Zoe Place, from S s Folsom 
bet Beale and Fremont 



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John Ferguson proprietor. 505 Kearny 

Abbott William, liquors, 416 Dupont 

Abert Martel, lodgings, 605 Broadway 

Adair James A., salesman P. C. Cope & Co.. 
r. 2506% Sutter 

ADAMS C. F. CO. 

James Price manager, dealer in house- 
hold necessities. 156. 5th, tel, Jessie 1S21 

Adams Charles, tailor. 1466 Market, r. 1251 
Hayes 

Adelsteln Heyman S.. propr. New Shirt Laun- 
dry Co.. 149 Fremont, r. 1522 O'Farrell 

Aguerreberry A., driver P. G. Somps Soda 
Wks.. r. 354. 3d 

Alexander Richard S., Pilot Commissioner, r. 
San Rafael 

Allison James G., r. 1003 Washington 

Allison Robert T.. r. 1003 Washington 

AMERICAN ASPHALT AND BITUMEN ROOF- 
ING CO., O. P. Sexton manager, 406 McAllis- 
ter, tel. South 738 

AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO. 
Frank L. Brown Pacific Coast sales agent, 
Geo. H. Ismon assistant. 8-10 Pine 

AMERICAN TIN PLATE CO. 

(Chicago. III.) W. H. Wells Pacific Coast 
agent, 19 Mills Bldg., Sth floor 

Ames Nannette Miss, principal Nathaniel 
Grey Free Kindergarten, r. 1608 Vallejo 

Ander August, tailor S. N. Wood & Co.. r. 424 
Grove 

Anderson Andrew, cigars and tobacco. 141. 
5th. r. 751 Howard 

Ansley Barzillai, manager Pac. Photo Journal. 
916 Market, r. 2025 Pacific Av. 

ANTiaUARIAN BOOK STORE 
1726 Market opp. 11th 

Antonioli Casimir, liquors, r. 1409% Mason 

ANTZ HENRY 

butcher Grand Western Market. 1310-1318 
Polk 

Appel John, liquors. 163 New Montgomery, r. 
623 Howard 

ARMSTRONG EDWIN W^. 

proprietor Model Music Store, 30S-312 Post, 
r. 632 Hayes 

Arnold Henry, tailor, r. 2318 Post 

Arthur Herbert, clerk Page, McCutchen & 
Eells, r. 622% Ellis 

Arthur Thomas O.. carpenter, r. 622% Ellis 

Arthur T. O. (Lament & Arthur) r. 637 Gold- 
en Gate Av. 

Ashford Clarence W.. atty-at-law. Mills Bldg.. 
r. 1001 Sutter 

Atherton Albert W., teacher, r. 1115 Jones 

Austin Leonard, clerk Palace Hotel 

A'Vida Medical Co., E. M. Cook propr.. 2319 
Howard 

Baaka William, baker Central Dining Room, 
r. 331 Jessie 

Bacciocco Antonio, florist, r. 1 Truett 

Baldwin William H.. Major and Commissary 
of Subsistence U. S. A., Chief Commis- 
sary Dept. of California, 208 Phelan Bldg., 
r. Berkeley 

Bandemar A. A., produce clerk, r. 418 Octavia 

Bargandahl Knut. lodgings. 231. 3d 




Barnett Abraham T.. atty-at-law, Parrott 
Bldg.. r. 1413 Scott 

BARTHOLD HERRMANN 

groceries and liquors, 1600-1602 Larkin, tel- 
ephone East 914 

Bateman William, contractor, banks, offices 
and dwellings fitted up, turning ten-pins 
and balls, 835 Folsom, r. 175 San Carlos 
Av. 

Bauchou John Baptiste. laundryman, r. 1006 
Buchanan 

Beasley Miles, clerk PostofBce Station D., r. 
1014 Mason 

Bechdel Arthur, cigars and tobacco, 25 Geary, 
r. 4 Grove 

Belduke Frances E. Mrs., propr. The Kipling. 
UO Ellis 

Bell John, secretary Pac. Coast Marine Fire- 
men's Union, r. 1324 Mission 

Benkert William J., office 539 Clay, r. Prescott 
House 

Bennett Edward O. (Bennett & Zeiger) r. 
Haywards 

BENNETT & ZEIQER 

(Edward 0. Bennett and William L. 
Zeiger) engineers and machinists, manu- 
facturers of special machinery. 213. 1st 

Benson John, seaman, r. 529%. 2d 

BERBERT A. & BROTHER 

(August and George J.) manufacturers and 
importers surgical instruments. 1450 Mar- 
ket 

Berson Maurice A., furniture, 232 Post, r. 982 
Post 

Beshorman Adolph (Jones & Beshorman) r. 
131 Grove 

Big Bend Milling Co. (Davenport. Wash.) flour 
and feed. G. W. Howard manager. 310 Cal- 
ifornia 

Bland George P.. secondhand furniture. 7B. 9th 

Blecker Fred H.. correspondent, r. Palace 
Hotel 

Blumberg Brothers (William J. and Richard 
H.) cigars and tobacco. 14 Eddy 

Blumberg Richard H. (Blumberg Bros.) r. 
Oakland 

Blumberg William J. (Blumberg Bros.) r. 6 
Turk 

Booth George W., secondhand furniture. 28, 
9th. r. 529 Turk 

Booth Levi & Sons (L. F., W. H. and P. H. 
Booth) agents Dearborn Drug and Chem- 
ical Wks., 37, 2d 

Boucher Roland A., draughtsman Vermont 
Marble Wks.. r. 320, 7th 

Boyle James, teamster, r. 918 Buchanan 



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Boyle Olin M., proofreader Examiner, r. 1719 
McAllister 

Brackett William W., supreme secretary Su- 
preme Council Sentinels of the Universe, 
Parrott Bldg.. r. 2S58, 21st 

Erattemus John, laborer, r. 715 Green 

Braun Jacob, cook Gibbs & Pratt, r. 517 Pine 

BBEUER WILLIAM J. 

secretary California Art Glass, Bending 
and Cutting Works, 103-105 Mission, r. 938 
Howard 

Brockman Frank, collector Bonded Law and 
Collection Co., r. 19. 6th 

Brodek Robert T., barber, 226 Powell 

BBOOKS J. H. 

secretary Wellman, Peck & Co., 201-207 
Market, r. Alameda 

Brooman George H.. carpenter, r. 310, 6th 

Brower Adele L. Mrs., teacher music, r. 213 
Geary 

Brower R. Clinton, dentist, 213 Geary 

Brundage Ernest O., painter, r. 1736 Mission 

BBX7NS BBOS. 

(John H. and George) groceries and liq- 
uors. SE. cor. 16th and Mission 

Buhrz Frederick, liquors, 370. oth 

Bullock Martha Miss, principal Occidental 
Free Kindergarten. 214, 2d. r. Alameda 

Buloth August A., groceries and liquors, XW. 
cor. California and Hyde 

Bundy Louis, secretary and treasurer The 
Seamless Tooth Crown Co., 61 Columbian 
Bldg.. r. 230 Hyde 

Bunner William C, secretary Press Club of 
San Francisco, 123 Ellis 

Burke Bart, atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., r. 1016 
Leavenworth 

BURNS JOHN H. 

boats of every description built to order 
and constantly on hand, steam launches 
a specialty, 644-646, 2d, r. 37 Stanford 

Buswell Company. W. P. Buswell president. 
W. B. Schurlock secretary, bookbinders 
and mailing. 536 Clay 

BUTLEB A. H. 

president California and Oriental Steam- 
ship Co., Mills Bldg., r. Alameda 

Caffrey Patrick (Caffrey & Harris) r. 232ii, 
6th 

Caffrey* Harris (Patrick Caffrey and Lorenzo 
T. Harris) liquors, NW. cor. Minna and 
4th 

Calhoun Scott, atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., r. 824 
Eddy 

CALIFORNIA AND ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO. 
A. H. Butler president. M. Stanley Twee- 
die vice-president and general manager. 
Mills Bldg. 

CALIFORNIA ART METAL AND WIRE CO. 

John T. McCormick president, St. John 
E. McCormick secretary, 539 Mission 

California Base Ball League, J. T. Moran 
president. T. F. Bonnet secretary. Recrea- 
tion Park, Sth and Harrison, office 503 
California 

California Cricket Association, .\rthur In- 
kersley secretary, 508 Montgomery 



California Invention Company, A. O. Coltuu 
president, Geo. P. Rupp secretary, John B 
Curtis treasurer, room 17, Mills Bldg., 7th 
floor 

California Xovelty Co., A. De Lair manager. 
3 Hardle PI. 

California Osteopath (medical monthly) Cali- 
fornia College of Osteopathy publisher,^ 
603 Sutter 

California Water and Forest Society, 530 Cal- 
ifornia 

CALIFOBNIA WINE DEPOT 

Henry Stoever proprietor, NE. cor. 16th 
and Howard 

Callaghan Jeremiah, barber, 38 Ellis 

Campbell, Sorenscn & White (William Camp- 
bell, Soren Sorensen and Frank H. White i 
managers J. E. Mitchell Carpet Cleaning 
and Renovating Co., 240, 14th 

Campbell Tillie, physician, Donohoe Bldg., r. 
Oakland 

Campbell William (Campbell, Sorensen & 
White) r. 513 Minna 

Canalizo Antonio G.. attorney W. Loaiza & 
Co.. r. Occidental Hotel 

Capp Charles S. (C. S. Capp & Co.) r. 160 
Golden Gate Av. 

CABD E. F., M. B. 

specialist for diseases of the eye. ear. 
nose and throat, office and r. 2406 Sutter, 
cor. Devisadero, hours 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 
7:30 p. m., telephone Pine 3801 

Caro Brothers (Isaac W. and Abraham W.) 
woolens and trimmings, SE. cor. Geary 
and Powell 

Carpenter Robert R., clerk C. F. Humphrey 
r. 320. 7th 

Carson Alexander N. Rev. D. D., pastor Trin- 
ity Presbyterian Church 

Carter Daniel P. (Rube Clark & Co.) r. 1205 
Buchanan 

CASEY MAUBICE 

general manager The McLaughlin Co. and 
secretary The Central Gas Light Co., 1S5- 
188 Crocker Bldg., r. 1329 Sutter 

Cash Buyers' Union, (Jeorge K. Rogers presi- 
dent. O. L. Scott secretary, William Smith 
treasurer. 119 Bush 

Castle Neville H. (Castle & Weston) r. 282>;.\ 
Californi.i 

CASTLE & WESTON 

(N. H. Castle and H. E. Weston) real es- 
tate, 306 Montgomery 

Castelhun F. Carl, physician, 425 Kearny, r. 
1046 Valencia 

Cavanagh Hugh J., barber, 131 Valencia, r. 
1473 Stevenson 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church South, 
Rev. H. M. McKnight pastor. Bush bet. 
Gough and Octavia 

CENTBAL GAS LIGHT CO. THE 

(Pacific Gas Improvement Co. lessees. SW. 
cor. Annie and Stevenson) H. J. Crocker 
president. Maurice Casey secretary 1S5- 
1S8 Crocker Bldg. 

Cerf Myrtile, ' cigars and tobacco, 435 Cali- 
fornia, r. 1155 Octavia 

Challis Etna Mrs., journalist, r. 25. 3d 

Chancy G. Berton, salesman Manhattan Type- 
writer, r. Oakland 

Chase Frederick H. (Chase & Mendenball) r. 
2490 Post 

Chase & Mendenball (Fred. H. Chase and 
Wallace Mendenhall) live stock and genl. 
auctioneers. 1732 Market 

Chief Inspector Chinese Bureau. Frank P. 
Flesh. Tl Appraisers' Bldg. 

Christie John E., dentist, 1206 Market r 1306 
Pine 

CHBISTIN EDWABD L. 

fine French wines and liquors, wholesale 
and retail. 337 Hayes, telephone Mint 23. 
r. 343 Hayes 

Cills Edward, porter, r. 2020 McAllister 

Citron Samuel, ladies' tailor, r. 432 Clemen- 
tina 



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(Ph. Gundlach & Co.) 13-15 City Hall 
Square, tel. South 221 
City Pound, James W. Walton poundmaster, 

2514, 16th 
Clark Elisha M., painter Geo. W. Longley, r. 

435 Pine 
Clark Emma, widow, furnished rooms. 507 

Post 
Clark Reuben H. (Rube Clark & Co.) r. 504 

O'Farrell 
CLARK RUBE & CO. 

(Reuben H. Clark and Dan P. Carter) 
proprietors Davy Crockett Saloon, 842 
Market, tel. Main 1282 
Clarke Francis B., atty-at-law, 39 Mills Bldg., 

10th floor 
CLARKE ROBERT S. 

secretary Stockton and Tuolumne County 
Railroad Co., 611 Examiner Bldg., r. 
Grand Hotel 
Clink Morris (Clink & Schwartz) r. 314^4 

Clementina 
Clink & Schwartz (M. Clink and H. Schwartz) 

merchant tailors, 237 Kearny 
CLOUGH CHARLES L. 

office 104 Sutter, room 5. r. 2021 Webster 
Cohen Isaac, ladies' tailor, 14 Grant Av., r. 

. 637 Natoma 
Columbia Knitting Mills (N. Y.) Walter M. 

Zuckerman agent, 523 Market 
Conklin Charles & Co. (Charles Conklin) rail- 
road and steamship tickets. 667 Market 
CONSOLIDATED OPTICAL CO. 

877 Market 
Consul Salvador, E. Mejia consul-general, 217 

Safe Deposit Bldg. 
Cooper F. F., with L. R. Tousley, Parrott 

Bldg. 
Cooper Memorial Congregational Church, 
Rev. I. J. Luce pastor, 9th Av. and H, 
South of Golden Gate Park 
Cousins Harry J., salesman W. Wolff, r. 779 

Market 
Cox Benjamin F. (Lougbnane & Cox) r. Peta- 

luma, Cal. 
Cramer Edwin (L. J. & E. Cramer) r. 115 

Grant Av. 
Cramer L. Jefferson (L. J. & E. Cramer) r. 

115 Grant Av. 
Cramer L. J. & E. (Louis J. and Bdwiu) con- 
fectionery, 115 Grant Av. 
CROCKER HENRY J. 

(The McLaughlin Co.) and vice-president 
H. S. Crocker Company, office 185-188 
Crocker Bldg., r. NW. cor. Washington 
and Laguna 
Crocker Henry J. Mrs. (The McLaughlin Co.) 
office 185-188 Crocker Bldg.. r. NW. cor. 
Washington and Laguna 
CROCKER HENRY S. 

president H. S. Crocker Company, 215-219 
Bush, r. Hotel Granada 
Cruells Emil, music dealer, 1320 Market, r. 404 
Ellis 

Daniels Roy A., salesman Byron Mauzy, r. 
SW. cor. Mars and Corbett Av. 

Davles C. W. Tudore, inventor, r. 910 Jones 

DAVIES WILLIAM A. 

grand secretary Grand Chapter R. A. M., 
grand recorder G^-and Commandery 
Knights Templar and grand recorder 
Grand Council R. and S. M., Masonic Tem- 
ple, r. 322 Oak 

Davis William (W. Davis & Son) r. 1001 Sutter 

DAVOUST-WHEELER PUBLISHING CO, 

(Martial Davoust and Arthur A. Wheeler) 
26 Montgomery 

DAVY CROCKETT SALOON THE 

Rube Clark & Co. proprietors, 842 Market, 
tel. Main 1282 



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Deering Charles J., asst. cashier Union Trust 
Co. of S. F., r. SW. cor. Clay and Brod- 
erick 

Dehmel Carl, chiropodist. 906 Market 

de Josez Ralph A., clerk P. C. SS. Co.. r. Ho- 
tel Stewart 

De Lair A., manager CsJ. Novelty Co.. 3 Har- 
die PI. 

Delaney Charles, laborer, r. 64 Shipley 

Dempsey John J., tallyman Humboldt Lum- 
ber Co., r. 978 Howard 

Dern John, clerk, r. 911 Van Ness Av. 

Development Syndicate, Hearst Bldg. 

DIeckmann Frederick W., accountant John- 
son-Locke Mercantile Co., r. 1156 Golden 

Dodge John'w.. engraver George M. Wood & 
Co., r. 1 Julius 

DREISBACH W. R. „ . ^ ™ 

agent Dr. White's New Hair Grower, 200 
Market, r. Alameda 

Dunning James W. (John Robinson & Co.) r. 
4 Sunny Court 

DURHAM R. L. BUSINESS COLLEGE 
R. L. Durham principal, 305 Larkin 

Ealey Frank, waiter, r. 304. 3d 

Eaton Harry (Smith & Eaton) r. 1908% Polk 

Edgar L. L., physician and surgeon, 1, 5th. r. 
1193 Oak ,, .„ 

Elk River Mill and Lumber Co.. J. R. Hanify 
& Co. agents, 16 California 

Ellison Samuel, laborer, r. 101 Berry 

ELMERS HENRY 

groceries and liquors, 1345 Sacramento, tel. 
Hyde 2875 

ENGLE CHRISTIAN S. 

dealer in pianos and musical merchan- 
dise, 1530 Polk, r. 1408 'Van Ness Av. 

Farrell George, teacher dancing, 1310 Polk, r. 
410, 13th 

Farrell George C, teacher music, 1310 Polk, 
r. 410, 13th 

FARRELL P. J. H. 

physician and surgeon. Spring Valley 
Bldg., r. Palace Hotel 

Faulhaber Permin, cigarmaker, r. 706 Clem- 
entina 

Faust Henry, tailor, 30, 9th 

Fava Albert, fruits and vegetables, 202 Va- 
lencia 

Feely C. R., saw flier Paciflc Box Factory, r. 
766 Bryant 

Fennell James, pileman Harbor Commission- 
ers, r. 1062 Noe 

FERGUSON JOHN 

proprietor ABC House, 505 Kearny, r. 425 
Kearny 

Ferreira John, gilder Sanborn, Vail & Co., r. 
Berkeley 

Ferry Building, foot Market 

Feustel Frank, liquors, 227, 6th 

Figel Herman, stair builder, r. 1524 Treat Av. 
First Free Baptist Church, S. s. Bush bet. 
Hyde and Larkin 

Fischer William R., tel. operator, r. 1575 Pine 
Fisher Herbert H. (Spencer & Fisher) r. 21 

Lloyd 
Flahout Henry E., r. 1611 Devlsadero 
Flesh Frank P., chief inspector Chinese Bu- 
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Florlston Pulp & Paper Co. (mill Ploriston, 

Cal.) L. Schwabacher secretary and genl. 

manager, 707 Front 
Forden Charles T., salesman Dunbam. Car- 

rigan & Hayden Co., r. Haywards, Cal. 
Frankel. Gerdts & Co. (Inc.) David Frankel 

president, John Gerdts secretary, cigar 

mfrs., 246 Fremont 
FREEMAN, SMITH & CO. 

(Arthur A. Smith) office 104 Sutter, room 6 
Freitas Joseph, barber C. Laubenheimer, r. 

Oakland 
FUHRMAN ALFRED 

attorney-at-law, 330 Pine, rooms 14-16 
Fulda Edward, kodaks, cameras and photo- 
graphic supplies, 824 Market, tel. Main 

1132, r. 1708 Sacramento 

QABBS MILTON F. 

dentist, 807 Sutter, r. 307 Spruce 
Gallagher James L. (Maguire & Gallagher) 

atty-at-law, 40S Parrott Bldg., r. 130 

Steiner 
aAUDIN FRED 

merchant tailor, 8 Kearny, r. Oakland 
Geary John L. Jr., atty-at-law, Parrott Bldg., 

r. 308 Grove 
aiiEASON, QREEN DRXJa OO. 

Gleason & Green proprietors, 33 Grant 

Av. cor. Geary, tel. Main 1689 
Gleason John (Gleason & Green) r. lOllA 

Jackson 
Gleason & Green (John Gleason and David 

Green) proprs. Gleason, Green Drug Co., 

33 Grant Av. 
Golden Eagle Mining Co. (Petaluma, Cal.) H. 

L. Sammi agent, 102 Clay 
Golden Key Mining Co. (Tuolumne Co., Cal.) 

George W. Mann president, 206 Kearny 
Goldstone Percy, business manager Public 

Opinion, r. 2207 Fulton 
GRANGERS" BUSINESS ASSOCUTION; 

F. Roseman manager, grain and ware- 
housing, office of Grangers' Warehouse. 

Port Costa. Cal., 309 California, room 4, 

tel. Main 5312 
Green David (Gleason & Green) r. 722 Frank- 
lin 
GROAT WILLIAM H. 

wholesale druggist and Pacific Coast 

agent Lehn & Fink (N. Y.) 110 Jessie, r, 

512 Eddy 
Grossman Edward L., physician, 813 Sutter, r. 

2334 Sutter 
GUARANTY LAW AND COLLECTION AGENCY 

S. W. Dorrance manager and attorney, 

927 Market 
OXTITTARD ETIENNE 

dealer coffee, spices, chocolate, baking 

powder and flavoring extracts, 107 Beale, 

r. 1625 Clay 
Gula G. O., ladies' tailor G. Flamm, r. 810 

Vallejo 
Gustatsen Charles, car repairer, r. 346. 4th 

Hables Adolph, propr. Tattersall's Sales Sta- 
bles. 721 Howard, r. 45B Minna 
Hall Norman F., r. 610 Octavia 
Hall Norman W., student, r. 626 Eddy 



Harris Ambrose, investments secretary De- 
velopment Syndicate and Harris Con- 
struction Co., Examiner Bldg., r. Larkspur 

Harris Collin B., architect and builder. Ex- 
aminer Bldg., r. Larkspur, Cal. 

Harris Construction Co., real estate. Exam- 
iner Bldg. 

Harris Lorenzo T. (Caffrey & Harris) r. 232%, 
6th 

Hatch John W,, with A. B. Perry & Co., r. 
2111 Leavenworth 

Hawks Henry D. (Hawks & Skelton) r. 1602 
Vallejo 

HAWKS & SKELTON 

(Henry D. Hawks and Ennlon W. Skelton) 
real estate agents, 321 Montgomery 

Heilbroner Louis, genl. agent The American 
Wringer Co., 416 Ellis, r. 408 Ellis 

Hellar Thomas D., liquors, 209 Pine, r. 308 
Hyde 

Hess Hiram A., surgeon in charge Pacific 
Hospital, 2000 Stockton 

HETTY BROTHERS 

(Louis B. and Julius L.) electrical works, 
electrical bells and speaking tubes, gas 
lighted by electricity, door openers and 
closers, wire installed for incandescent 
lighting, 124-126 Eddy, telephone South 417 

Hetty Julius L. (Hetty Bros.) r. 736 Turk 

Hetty Louis B. (Hetty Bros.) r. 735 Turk 

HICKMAN HENRY 

curtain reflnisher, 1608 California, r. 3915 
Sacramento 

Higgins J., propr. The Imperial, 230 Powell 

Hillyer Curtis, atty-at-law, 104 Sutter 

Hindes Edward B. & Co. (Edward B. Hindes) 
mfrs. blinds and screens, 322 Howard 

Horiger Albert (L. A. Souc & Co.) r. 331, 27th 

HOUSE RENTERS RED BOOK DIRECTORY 
Siegfried Wulff manager, 927 Market 

Howard George W., manager Big Bend Mill- 
ing Co., 310 California, r. Oakland 

HITQHES RIENZI 

proprietor The Oaks, 119. 3d 
Hutchins Day S., salesman Dillon & Co., r. 6 

Turk 
Hutchison J. E., dentist, 101% Grant Av., r. 

Ahlborn House 
Hygeia Distilled Water Co., F. W. Harris M. 

D. president, John C. Stammer manager, 

420, 8th 

Imperial The, J. Higgins propr., 230 Powell 

Jacob Charles H., ins. broker, r. 1559 Pacific 

Av. 
Johnson Shirley W., bookkeeper, r. 1122 Hyde 
Jung Fred H. (Theisen & Jung) atty-at-law, 

310 Pine, rooms 23-26, r. 226 Drumm 

Kapp & Street, Ansley G. Davis president. 
Charles F. Kapp vice-president, Will F. 
Hall secretary, mfrs, tamales, 149 Fre- 
mont 

Kemble B. F., r. 632 Ellis 

Koch R., principal St. John German and 
English School, 1316 Mason 

Laughlin Grant A., atty-at-law. Claus Spreck- 
els Bldg., r, 610a Bush 

Lee L. Eugene, propr. Palace Hotel News 
Stand, r. 2027 Taylor 

Leege & Haskins (Charles F. Leege and 
Thomas H. Haskins) coffees, teas and 
spices, 7 Front • 

LEHN & FINK 

(New York) wholesale druggists and 
manufacturing chemists. W. H. Groat 
agent, 110 Jessie 
Lemon W. H., Pacific Coast manager Otis El- 
evator Co., Mills Bldg., r. Hotel Pleasan- 
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MAGEE THOMAS & SONS 

(Thomas, William A, and Thomas Jr.) 
real estate agents, editors and proprie- 
tors San Francisco Real Estate Circular, 
5 Montgomery 
Maguire James A., building and hardware 

specialties. 104 Sutter 
Mann George W., president Golden Key Min- 
ing Co., 206 Kearny 
Matthews W. S. H., Major U. S. A., command- 
ing U. S. General Hospital, Presidio 
Martin Lillie I. Miss, r. The Berkshire 
McKellops H. L., dentist, 120 Sutter 
Mayrisch Bertha, widow, r. 921 Vallejo 
McKinlay William C. atty-at-law, Phelan 

Bldg. 
McQueen Alfred W., secretary Willow Gold 

Mining Co., 206 Kearny, r. 1031 Valencia 
Mechanics' Mill, Andrew Wilkie propr., 713-717 
Brj-ant 

MEEOANTIIiE TRUST CO. 

F. W. Zeile president, John Dempster Mc- 

Kee cashier and secretary. 236 Bush 
Moelk Henry P., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

1934 Page 
Morse William S., plumber, 1801 Market, r. 

1442 Jessie 

NATIONAL CAR EQUIPMENT CO. 

Rudolph Spreckels president, Joseph H. 
Sandford secretary, 421 Market 
Nekander Ferdinand, fireman, r. ITA Natoma 



OAKS THE 

Rienzi Hughes proprietor, 119, 3d 
OTIS ELEVATOR CO. 

(Xew York) W. H. Lemon manager Pacific 

Coast Department. Mills Bldg. 
Oney Walter W., groceries and bakery, 137 

Valencia 

Piatt Alfred G., expert accountant. 503 Cali- 
fornia, r. 340 Geary 

PRICE JAMES 

manager C. F. Adams Co. and Kevstone 
Wringer Co., 156, 5th 

Ruddy Edward J., clerk Quartermaster's dept. 
U. S. A., r. 1510 Baker 

SAN FKANCISCO REAL ESTATE CIRCULAR 
5 Montgomery 

SCHROEDER WILLIAM 

president California Art Glass. Bending 
and Cutting Works, 103-105 Mission, r. 938 
Howard 

Slocumb Clay, clerk Freeman & Bates, r. 504b 
Baker 

STKES JAMES B. 

attorney-at-law, 1304 Claus Spreckels 
Bldg., r. 39 Dehon 

Timmins Anna C, r. 407 Leavenworth 

Timmins John, r. 407 Leavenworth 

Vaughan Joseph A., atty-at-law and steno- 
grapher. Mills Bldg.. r. 205 Steiner 

Wilkie Andrew propr. Mechanics' Mill. 713-717 
Bryant, r. 433 Oak 

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B. D. Kalisher president, S. N. Stern sec- 
retary, 408 Teliama 

ABC GUIDE 

(monthly) Traffic Publishing Co. publish- 
ers and proprietors, 429 Montgomery 

ABC HOUSE 

John Ferguson proprietor, NW. cor. Kear- 
ny and California 

ABC WHITEWASHING CO. 
office 40 New Montgomery 

A. P. W. Paper Co., G. M. Balthasar Pac. 
Coast agent. 35 New Montgomery 

A. & A. LINE 

(Round the World Route) L. F. Cockroft 
agent, ticket office 114 Montgomery 

A. & K. Building, 14 McAllister 

Aabel George A., machinist, r. 213b Guerrero 

Aabel John T.. machinist, r. 213b Guerrero 

AACHEN AND MUNICH FIRE INSURANCE CO. 
(ot Ai.\ la Chapelle, Germany) Cesar Ber- 
theau manager, 423 California 

Aagaard Carl, r. 41 Natoma 

Aamont Michael, carpenter Vulcan Iron Wks., 
r. 664 Bryant 

Aaron Aaron, r. 1828b Sutter 

Aaron David Mrs., r. 665 McAllister 

Aaron Harry S.. clerk, r. 665 McAllister 

Aaron Emil. cigarmaker H. Plagemann & 
Co., r. 1131 Buchanan 

Aaron Joseph, barber, 223 Fillmore, r. 265 
Laussat Av. 

Aaron Leopold, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co., 
r. The Montrose 

Aaron Louis, salesman Emporium, r. 1607 
Laguna 

Aaron Michael, seaman str. Czarina 

Aaron Moses, salesman Bauer Bros. & Co.. r. 
The Montrose 

Aaron Oscar, plumber, r. 265 Laussat At. 

Aaron Pauline Miss, millinery, 211 Sutter, r. 
665 McAllister 

Aaron Samuel, clerk C. W. Rebman, r. 507 
O'Farrell 

Aaron Simon, r. 182SB Sutter 

Aaron Theresa, widow, r. 507 O'Farrell 

Aaron Victor, bookkeeper, r. 665 McAllister 

Cy Aaron. See Aron 

Aarreberg Lauritz, cook, r. 1413 Montgomery 

Abadie Ernest A. (Cal. Tartar Wks.) r. 1442 
Sacramento 




Abadie Guillaume, r. 1442 Sacramento 
Abadie Henry M., salesman, r. 1442 Sacra- 
mento 
Abadie Jean, bartender Cercle Francais 
Abadie Jean, laundryman F. Cames & Co., r. 

276 Shipley 
Abadie Lucien F., salesman Abramson-Heun- 

isch Co., r. 1442 Sacramento 
Abadie William E., salesman, r. 1442 Sacra- 
mento 
Abbate Henry, barber, 3848 Mission, r. 3506 

Mission 
Abbay John, driver Guadaloupe Dairy Co., r. 

1822 San Bruno Av. 
Abbay L. M. Miss, dressmaker, r. 1421 Bush 
Abbe Herman, waiter, r. 1309 Stockton 
Abbe Narn. clerk Yokohama Specie Bank 
Abbes Franz H., painter and decorator, 1803 

Polk, r. 1906 Filbert 
Abbey Alfred, mining, 44 Nevada Block, r. 

1694 Post 
Abbey Charles W., vet. surgeon, r. 317 Bush 
Abbey Edgar W,. cashier Hall Safe and Lock 

Wks., r. 1318 Castro, Oakland 
ABBEY LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO. 

George L. Center president, Martin C. 
Walton secretary. 916 Market 
Abbey The, Miss A. C. Howe propr.. 912 Bush 
Abbey W. G., watertender U. S. str. Centen- 
nial 
Abbiatl Cjesar P., musician, 39, 4th, r. Lorin 
Abbie Gold Mining Co., 300 California 
Abbot Clara E. Miss, nurse Homoeopathic 

Sanatorium 
Abbot George, wooldealer, r. Pac-Unlon Club 
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ABBOTSFOBD THE 

Lauriston & Ross proprietors, 26 Eddy, tel. 
Black 1705 
Abbott Albert F., clerk Gen. Pass, office S. P. 

Co., r. Oakland 
Abbott Alkaloidal Co. (Chicago, 111.) S. J. 

Piatt manager, 807 Sutter 
Abbott Allan H., ticket clerk S. P. Co., 613 

Market, r. 2906 Bush 
Abbott Charles E., clerk, r. 427 Dupont 
ABBOTT CHARLES H. 

wool broker, NW. cor. 5th and Bluxome, 
telephone South 64, r. 1632 Vallejo, tel- 
ephone Sutter 131 
Abbott Charles T., physician, r. Beresford 

Hotel 
Abbott Eugene F., laborer, r. 145 Chattanooga 
ABBOTT F. H. 

book and job printer and binder, 314-S16 
Battery, tel. Main 1299, r. 39 Vicksburg 
Abbott Frank W., driver F. B. Joyce Oil Co., 

r. 420a, 7th 
Abbott George, concrete worker, r. 863^4 Mar- 
ket 
Abbott George, painter, r. 334, 3d rear 
Abbott George H., r. 509 Laguna 
Abbott George H., passenger agent Great 

Northern Ry. Line, r. 410 Jones 
Abbott George J., clerk, r. 548 Fell 
Abbott George W., clerk Clothing and Equip- 
age dept. U. S. A., r. 221 Capp 
Abbott Harry L., clerk Howard H. Hogan 

Co,, r. 548 Pell 
Abbott Helen M., widow, r. 420a, 7th 
Abbott Herbert O., r. 644 Waller 
Abbott John, seaman, r. 52 Natoma 
Abbott Lillian Miss, teacher, r. 570 Harrison 
Abbott Matilda, widow, r. 836 Sutter 
Abbott Maud Lee Mrs., principal Kindergar- 
ten, NE. cor. Pacific and Polk, r. 1007 
Leavenworth 
Abbott M. H. Mrs., r. 431 Ellis 
Abbott Ralph H., clerk local freight office S. 

P. Co., r. 622 Post 
Abbott S. E. Mrs., widow, r. 414 Locust 
Abbott Thomas, watchman, r. 4421. 19th 
Abbott William, blacksmith M. Martin & Co., 

1614 Mission 
Abbott William, cashier Eaton & Mains, r. 

311 Halght 
Abbott William, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

907 Minnesota 
Abbott William, liquors, 210 Grant Av,, r. 

209 Grant Av. 
Abbott William, seaman, r. 64 Sacramento 
Abbott William J., advertising agent, r. 115% 

William 
ABBOTT WILLIAM M. 

attorney-at-law and deputy Attorney Gen- 
eral State of California, 1204 Claus Spreck- 
els Bldg.. r. 311 Haight 
Abbott William M., carpenter, r. 180 Lexing- 
ton Av. 
(CyAbbott. See Abbot 
Abeille Maurius, cook, r. 452 Natoma 
Abel Alonzo J., pressman Alex. W. H. Mac 

Bwen, r. 1, 5th 
Abel Charles, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Abel Halvor C, hassockmaker, r. 532 Grove 
Abel Herman, marble cutter Vermont Marble 

Co. r. 229 Moultrie 
Abel Ida C. Miss, seamstress, r. Ill Hearst Av. 
Abel John J., bricklayer, r. 1129 Howard 
Abel Margaret T., widow, r. Ill Hearst Av. 



Abel Paul, pressman Hicks-Judd Co., r. 36 

Madison Av. 
Abel Richard, clerk auditing dept. Wella 

Fargo & Co., r. 35 Madison Av. 
(CTAbel. See Aabel and Able 
Abele Fred, laborer, r. 328%. 10th 
Abele Robert F., salesman S. P. Novelty and 

Plating Wks., r. Oakland 
Abeling J. Clemens, wheelwright August Vet- 

ter, r. 12 McLea Court 
Abell Gerald L., teacher Electro-Therapeu- 
tics, 22V4 Geary, r. Oakland 
Abels Catherine, widow, r. 544 Minna 
Abels Henry L., salesman Marshall, Teggart 

& Co.. r. 102 Morris Av. 
Abels Herman, copper plate printer, r. 544 

Minna 
Abels Peter H., salesman, r. 544 Minna 
Abemayor I,, Oriental curios, 314b Sutter, r. 

331 Minna 
Abend Post, San Francisco (German daily and 

weekly) office, 535 California 
Abenheim Edward, student, r. 703 Leaven- 
worth 
Aber Melissa Mrs., nurse, r. 740 Minna 
Abercrombie Gustav M., bookkeeper, r. 730 

Lyon 
Aberg Herman, seaman, r. 1405 Montgomery 
Abernathy Clara, widow, r, 1040y2 Mission 
Abernathy John V., policeman Harbor Com- 
missioners, r. 51 Clay 
Abernathy William C, salesman, r. 961 Mis- 
sion 
Aberonette Jean, cook R. Beck & Co., r. 421, 

4th 
Able George, cook, r. 716 Howard 
ABNER DOBLE COMPANY 

iron, steel and metals and mining machin- 
ery, 200-210 Fremont, tel. Main 998 
Aborizzi Giacomo, foreman, r. 11 Bannam PI. 
Aboucaya Henry, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1321 Powell 
ABOUT CALIFORNIA 

(monthly) Norman Pierce & Co., pub- 
lishers, (jlaus Spreckels Bldg. 
Abraham Abraham, secondhand clothing, 404 

Pacific 
Abraham Adolph, r. 36 Grove 
Abraham Annie Miss, r. N. s. Greenwich bet. 

Franklin and Gough 
Abraham Carl, tailor, r. 302 Turk 
ABRAHAM CHARLES C. 

proprietor Western Nursery, N. s. Green- 
wich bet. Franklin and Gough 
Abraham Charles J., clerk Joseph S. Warren, 

r. 884 Fulton 
Abraham Christian B., salesman Wichman, 

Lutgen & Co., r. Alameda 
Abraham David, salesman, r. 884 Fulton 
Abraham Ernestine, widow, r. 884 Fulton 
Abraham Frank, barber, 609 Larkin, r. 607 

Larkin 
Abraham Frederick, bartender, r. 2' 

tina 
Abraham Fredericka, widow, r. N. 

wich bet. Franklin and Gough 
Abraham Gabriel (Rosenblum & Abraham) r. 

1146 Turk 
Abraham Gussie, suspender maker, r. 607 Lar- 
kin 
Abraham Henry, driver D. A. Huntemann, r. 

421 Turk 
Abraham Herman, hat and cap repairer, r. 626 

Lombard 
Abraham Hilda Mrs., r. 2045 Mission 
Abraham H. J., com. merchant, r. 218, 11th 
Abraham Joseph, landscape architect, r. 333a, 

49th A v. „^^ 

Abraham Louis (Singer & Co.) r. 217 Eddy 
Abraham Louis, salesman D. Samuels Lace 

House Co., r. 3582, 17th 
ABRAHAM MAX 

caterer. 476 Geary, r. 930 Broderick 
Abraham Max, gents' furnishing goods, 314 

Hayes , 

Abraham Max, tailor, 320 Montgomery Av., r. 
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Abraham Meyer, tailor, 36 Grove 

Abraham Morris, bottle dealer, r. 1520 Devisa- 

dero 
Abraham Morris, cutter Rosenblum & Abra- 
ham, r. 1146 Turk 
Abraham Nathan, salesman Heller, Bachman 

& Co., r. 232, 2d At. 
Abraham Philip, ins., 225 Sansome, r. 232, 2d 

Av. 
Abraham Sadie, widow, r. 129 Hyde 
Abraham Samuel, salesman, r. 8S4 Fulton 
lET'Abraham. See Abrahams, Abrabm, Abram 

and Abrams 
Abrahams A. & M. (Abraham and Meyer) 

clothing. 4 Clay 
Abrahams Aaron (Abrahams Bros.) r. 2100 

California 
Abrahams Abraham (A. & M. Abrahams) r. 

1429 Buchanan 
Abrahams Abraham, butcher J. Kenney, r. 

1048 Howard 
Abrahams Abraham, canvasser, r. 505 Golden 

Gate At. 
Abrahams Abram, secondband clothing, 1048 

Howard 
Abrahams Albert, tajlor, r. 147, 7th 
Abrahams Brothers (Louis and Aaron) bank- 
ers, 4 Sutter 
Abrahams David, r. 1832 Bush 
Abrahams Harry, clerk A. & M. Abrahams, r. 

109 Powell 
Abrahams Hvman, salesman George Green- 

zweig & Co., r. 39 South Park 
Abrahams Isaac, clerk, r. 575^ Natoma 
Abrahams Joseph, conductor Cal. St. RR., r. 

621 Post 
Abrahams Joseph, tailor, 410 Kearny, r. 1253 

Ellis 
Abrahams Lesser, mtr. hats and caps, 1306 

Powell, r. 1306a Powell 
Abrahams Louis (Abrahams Bros.) r. 2100 Cal- 
ifornia 
Abrahams Max. diamond broker, 126 Kearny, 

r. 1712 Buchanan 
Abrahams Meyer (A. & M. Abrahams) r. 1253 

Ellis 
Abrahams Morris, salesman Sideman. Lach- 

man & Co., r. 1016 Fillmore 
Abrahams Morris, tailor, r. 1115 Turk 
Abrahams Moses, salesman Graf Bros., 569 

Market 
Abrahams Sarah, widow, r. 1102 Fillmore 
Abrahams Thomas, electrician, r. 906 Folsom 
Abrahamsen Louis, driTer River Express Co. 
Abrahamson Andrew, ship carpenter Union 

Iron Wks.. r. 48 Sacramento 
Abrahamson Anton E., coal and wood, 446, 6th, 

r. 301.4 Stanly PI. 
Abrahamson Benjamin P., with Peter Abra- 
hamson, r. 22% Hyde 
Abrahamson Estelle Miss, teacher music, r. 

1209 Oetavia 
Abrahamson Gustav, seaman, r. 28 Sacra- 
mento 
Abrahamson Gustave, manager R. Isaacs & 

Bro., 113 Sansome, r. 802 Ellis 
Abrahamson Harris, tailor St. Ann's Bldg., r. 

11 Taylor 
Abrahamson Joseph S., boxmaker, r. 1209 Oe- 
tavia 
Abrahamson Josephine, widow, r. 45 Chesley 
Abrahamson Julius, bookkeeper, r. 817 Pine 
Abrahamson Lazarus, Hebrew books and to- 
bacco. 962 Folsom 
Abrahamson Peter, ventilators, 623 Howard, r. 

1022 Hyde 
Abrahamson Samuel, porter Santa Clara Val- 
ley Paper Co., r. 1209 Oetavia 
[t^ Abrahamson. See Abramson 
Abrabm Henry, dentist, r. 1426 Fulton 
Abrabm Pauline, widow, r. 1426 Fulton 
Abrabm Samuel, salesman Sachs Bros. & Co., 

r. 1426 Fulton 
Abram Henry, interne City and County Hos- 
pital 
Abram Martin, r. 268 Jessie 
Abram Robert, ship joiner P. C. SS. Co. 
Abram Robert, stage machinist, r. 188 Linden 
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AbramofE Abraham, vocal teacher, r. 550 Sut- 
ter 

Abramovich Brothers (John and Drago) 
liquors, 400 Devisadero 

Abramovich Drago (Abramovich Bros.) r. 400 
Devisadero 

Abramovich John (Abramovich Broe,) r. 400 
Devisadero 

Abramovich Joseph L., secondhand furniture, 
lUOVz Howard 

Abramovich & Co. (Mark Tasovas) fruits and 
dairy produce, 1654 Polk 

Abrams Abraham, bartender, r. 222^^ Grove 

Abrams Abraham, peddler, r. 263 Shipley rear 

ABRAMS ALBERT DR 

physician and professor of Pathology 
Cooper Medical college, office 784 Geary 
near Hyde, hours 1 to 3 p. m., r. 401 Baker 

Abrams Amelia, widow, r. 1509 Geary 
Abrams David, tailor, r. 51S Katoma 
Abrams David, tailor, r. 1056 Howard re^r 
Abrams Donald E., car dispatcher Market St. 

Ry., r. 2319 Mission 
Abrams Edgar, clerk, r. 1716 Pacific Av. 
Abrams Ezekiel, horseman, r. 312 Stockton 
Abrams F. B., r. 816 Sansome 
Abrams George, apprentice Shreve & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Abrams George, dentist E. W. Perkins, r. 1232 

Post 
Abrams Gus D., cigars, 210 Kearny, r. 319 Sut- 

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Abrams Gustave, salesman B. Roman, 

McAllister 
Abrams H. & Co. (Herman Abrams and Jacob 

Cohen) pawnbrokers, 785 Mission and 85, 3d 
Abrams Harry, scenic artist, r. 6 Carlos PI. 
Abrams Henry M. (M. L. Levy & Co.) r. 319 

Sutter 
Abrams Herman (H. Abrams & Co.) r. llllB 

Golden Gate Av. 
Abrams Isaac, barber, r. 1062 Folsom 
Abrams Isaac, night delivery clerk Postal Tel. 

Cable Co., r. Baden. Cal. 
Abrams Isaac, salesman A. & T. Weil & Co., 

r. 571 Ellis 
Abrams Isidore, barber, r. 683 McAllister 
Abrams Jacob, salesman, r. 442 Fulton 
Abrams James M., brick contractor, r. 1136 

Howard 
Abrams John, r. 35 Noe 
Abrams Julia, widow, r. 418 Leavenworth 
Abrams Julius, groceries, SE. cor. Larkin 

and Sutter, r. 34 Fair Oaks 
Abrams L., salesman, r. 711 Webster 
Abrams Lippman, r. 716 Broadway 
Abrams Louis, r. 822 Turk 
Abrams Louis (Abrams & Altmann) and sec- 
ondhand furniture, 1105-1107 Mission, r. 

650 Minna 
Abrams Louis, foreman Cleveland Faucet Co., 

r. 222Mr Grove 
Abrams Louisa, widow, r. 1232 Post 
Abrams Louisa, widow, r. 1716 Pacific Av. 
Abrams Marks, barber, 1105^4 Howard 
Abrams Marks, tailor, r. 568 Minna 
Abrams Max, salesman Rosenthal's, r. 222^4 

Grove 
Abrams Max, tailor, r. 157, 8th 
Abrams Melville, clerk, r. 1716 Pacific Av. 
Abrams Samuel, bookkeeper Meyerfeld, Mitch- 
ell & Co., r. Berkeley 
Abrams Samuel, helper G. W. Pennington & 

Son, r. 945^4 Folsom 



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Abrams Samuel, salesman Rosenthal's, r. 1315 

Golden Gate Av. 
Abrams Solomon, secondhand clothing, 248, 

3d, r. 143 Natoma 
Abrams Sven, seaman str. Oloha 
Abrams Thomas F.. painter, r. 117 Newman 
Abrams William, expressman, NE. cor. How- 
ard and 4th, r. 222^4 Grove 
Abrams & Altmann (Louis Abrams and 

Charles Altmann) stoves and household 

goods, 907 Mission 
(n^ Abrams. See Abraham, Abrahams and 

Abram 
Abramson A. Mrs., r. Hotel Richelieu 
Abramson David, r. 1911 Ellis 
ABRAMSON EDWABD 

president Abramsou-Heunisch Co., 10-16 

Main, r. 906 Steiner 

ABRAMSON-HEUNISOH CO. 

(Incorporated) Edward Abramson presi- 
dent, Adam Heunlsch vice-president, Max 

M. Cohn secretary, C. N. Spiero treasurer, 

bottlers', llciuor dealers' and druggists' 

supplies and corks, 10-16 Main, telephone 

IVIain 1847 
Abramson Isidor. ladies' tailor, r. 10 Harriet 
Abramson Rudolph, clerk L. Lebenbaum & 

Co., r, 1911 Ellis 
Abramson S. Edward, clerk Revere Rubber 

Co., r. 420 Ellis 
in5" Abramson. See Abrahamson 
Abrate Carolina, widow, r. 371 Chestnut 
Abrate Charles, solicitor, r. 625^ Green 
Abrate Marianne Mrs., r. 625% Green 
Abrego Adelaide, widow, r. 867 Bush 
Abrego George A., barber. 1907 Hyde 
Abrego Louis, clerk J. A. Folger & Co., r. 857 

Bush 
Abrott Andrew B., with Arctic Oil Wks., r. 

Berkeley 
Abt Charles, carrier Postofflce, r. Alameda 
Abt Moriz, groceries and liquors, 429 Minna 
Aby Charles W., r. 317 Bush 
Academy Building, 330 Pine 
Academy Hall, 927 Mission 
Academy House, now The Singleton 
ACADEMY OF LANGUAGES 

Prof. T. B. De Pilippe principal and 

proprietor, 320 Post 
ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 

library and museum, 819 Market 
Academy of the Immaculate Conception, 1212- 

1214 Guerrero 
ACADEMY OF THE SACKED HEART 

Madam Gorman, Superior, SW. cor. 

Franklin and Ellis 
Accardi Alfred, barber, r. 1417 Guerrero 
Accarur Joseph, laundryman, r. 629, 3d 
Aced Manuel N., with Otis. McAllister & Co. 
Aced P. Miss, compositor Hicks-Judd Co., r. 

1413a Mason 
Aceret Emil, cutter Standard Shirt Factory, 

r. 629 Hayes 
Aceret Jacob, gardener Masonic Cemetery, r. 

916 Central Av. 
Aceves Alexander, r. 22 Sherwood PI. 
Aceves Arthur, clerk, r. 22 Sherwood PI. 
Aceves Dolores Mrs., r. 22 Sherwood Pi. 
Aceves Henry, boxmaker, r. 22 Sherwood PI. 
Ach Henry (Rothchild & Ach) attorney-at- 

law, 303 California, r, 2711 Pacific Av. 



Ach Julius, agent Jacob S. Bernheimer & Bro., 

303 California, r. 2016 Bush 
Achard J. A. Mrs., widow, midwife, r. 156, 2d 

Achard William, restaurant, 210 Townsend 
Acheson Allen E., barber, 618 Safe Deposit 
Bldg., r. 5 Tremont Av. 

Acheson Margaret, r. Our Lady's Home 

{C^ Acheson. See Atchinson, Atchison and 

Atkinson 
Achilles Thomas F., ship carpenter, r. 145 
Hancock 

Achstetter Anton, joiner Union Iron Wks., r. 
55 Shipley 

Achuff Frank, clerk, r. 730 Sutter 

Acker Charles, horseshoer, r. 128 Minna 

ACKER FRANCIS V. 

contractor and builder, 1327 Bush, r. 2417 
Buchanan 

Acker Frank, tailor, 307 Leavenworth 

Acker J., longshoreman P. C. SS. Co. 

ACKER NICHOLAS A. 

patent attorney, 14 Sansome, rooms 46-48, 
r. Fruitvale 

Acker Valentine, r. 825 Post 

[C7* Acker. See Aker 

Ackerman Achille, machinist, r. 613 Kearny 

Ackerman C. H., master mariner 9 Market, r. 
2738 Folsom 

Ackerman Charles, clerk Owl Drug Co., r. 
2738 Folsom 

Ackerman Charles, groceries and liquors, 282 
Guerrero, r. 1806, 15th 

Ackerman Charles, musician, r. 725 Sansome 

Ackerman Charles L, (Naphtaly, Freidenrlch 
& Ackerman) attorney-at-law, 426 Califor- 
nia, r, 2202 California 

Ackerman Edward, with Cal. Furniture Mfg. 
Co., r. 1316 Sutter 

ACKERMAN HENRY L. 

superintendent San Francisco District Tel- 
egraph Co., 246 Sutter, rooms 13-14, tel. 
Black 2241, r. 1026 Ellis 

Ackerman Isidor H., r. 1423 Sutter 

Ackerman Isidor S., manager Anglo-Ameri- 
can Crockery and Glassware Co., 108-114 
Pine, r. 2419 Washington 

Ackerman Nellie Miss, stenographer Santa 
Fe Route, r. 936 Van Ness Av. 

Ackerman Robert, seaman, r. 614 Brannan 

Ackerman Samuel J., salesman D. N. & E. 
Walter & Co., r. 1324 Sutter 

Ackerman Sidney I., student, r. 2419 Washing- 
ton 

Ackerman S. L. (L. Greenbaum & Co.) r. 2120 
Jackson 

Ackerman S. S., solicitor Atlas Assurance Co., 
r. Alameda 

ACKERMAN & KOHN 

carpet dept. California Furniture Manu- 
facturing Co., 117-121 Geary 

[Cr Ackerman. See Akerman 

Ackermann Charles J., driver Wunder Brew- 
ing Co., r. 3025 Steiner 

Ackermann Charles L., cashier Westinghouse 
Electric and Mfg. Co., r. 640 Geary 

Ackermann Ulrich, laborer Staufler Chemical 
Co., r. Stege, (iontra Costa Co. 

Ackerson Catherine, widow, r. 6 Welsh 

Ackerson Charles W., clerk Koenlg's, r. 306 
Green 

Ackerson Emma V., widow, r. 306 Green 

Ackerson George E., liquors, 200, 3d, r. 701 
Howard 

Ackerson W. Mrs., propr. The Pulton, 3 Pul- 
ton, r. 2125 Pine 

Ackerson Walter O., seaman, r. 195 Harriet 

Ackerson William, r. 909 Illinois 

Ackerson William W. , insurance, r. 2125 Pine 

[C Ackerson. See Acheson, Atchison, At- 
chinson and Atkinson 

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collector, 609 Emma Spreckels Bldg., 927 
Market, tel. South 760, r. Palo Alto 

Ackley Edwin N.. salesman Berteling Optical 
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Acklev Frank E., machinist Union Iron Wks., 
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Acklom Alfred E., r. 1406 Van Ness Av. 

tCTAckman. See Akmann 

Acme Building and Loan Association, A. Cal- 

mann secretary, 12 Montgomery 
Acme Coffee Co., Frank Herten secretary, 

Henry Tietjen treasurer, Emll Kiesendabl 

manager, 505, 5th 
Acme Engraving Co., Andrew C. Cunningham 

manager, 436 Montgomery 
Acme House, Edward Rolkin propr., 957-961 

Market 
Acme Supply Co., 927 Market 
Acme White Lead and Color Works (Detroit, 

Mich.) A. R. Kelly agent, 303 California 
Acors Anna G.. widow, r. 812 Jessie rear 
Acosta Sadie Miss, r. 610 Stevenson 
C^ Acres. See Akers 
Acton Catherine, widow, r. 2172, 15th 
Acton John B., collection manager Henry C. 

Schaertzer, r. 2429 Buchanan 
Acton Joseph, special policeman, r. 3 Kappeler 

Court 
Acton Nellie Miss, stamper, r. 3 Kappeler 

Court 
Acton Richard, harness and saddles, 2803 Mis- 
sion, r. 3278, 24th 
AD BOOK 

J. H. Simpson publisher, 1406 Call Bldg. 
Adair Bert, clerk C. W. Goodwin, r. 2620 Bush 
Adair Charles B., lather, r. 1321% Natoma 
Adair Robert G., machinist Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1007% Harrison 
Adair William H., druggist S. A. McDonnell, 

r. 927 Post 
Adair William T., polisher W. & J. Sloane & 

Co., r. Alameda 
Adam August, bottler John Anderson, r. 219 

Banks 
Adam Charles, driver, r. 631 Ash Av. 
ADAM GEOROE 

physician and surgeon. 146 Phelan Bldg., 

tel. Main 5161. office hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 

8 p. m., r. 1196 Green cor. Hyde 
Adam Henry 0., barber, 107 Plymouth Av. 
Adam Herman, bookkeeper The Stuparich 

Mfg. Co., r. 1910% Powell 
Adam J. E. E., gasfltter Gas Consumers' 

Assn., r. 333 Jessie 
Adam L. Douglas, asst. city editor Call, r. 259 

Chestnut 
Adam Robert, baker, r. 2759% Harrison 
Adam Thomas (estate of) Mrs. K. A. Rivers 

administratrix, S3S Hayes 
Adami Crist, r. 639% Natoma rear 
Adami Henry, cook Olympia Hotel, r. 519, 223 
Adami John, carrier Report, r. 113 Trenton 
Adami John, cooper D. Woerner, r. 639% Na- 
toma 
Adami Philip, laborer, r. 965, 5th Av. South 
C^ Adami. See Adamy 
Adams Adolph, packer William Cluff Co., r. 

1029 Greenwich 
Adams Albert, laborer, r. 25 Victoria 
Adams Albert, shoemaker, r. 116% Clara 
Adams Albert C, molder Enterprise Foundry, 

r. 1125% Broadway 
Adams Albert F., horseshoer, 2407 Mission, r. 

250 San Carlos Av. 
Adams Albert F., internal revenue adjuster, 

423 Washington, r. 1714 Market 
Adams Alfred J., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

3810 Washinton 
Adams Alexander P. (A. P. Adams & Co.) r. 

1450 Masonic Av. 
Adams Almira H., widow, r. 318 Capp 
Adams Amos C. (Adams & Adams) r. 2401 

Webster 
Adams Annie, widow, r. 917 Market 
Adams Annie Mrs., dressmaker M. Heath, r. 

1089 Market 
Adams A. P. & Co. (Alexander P. and M. E. 

Adams) coffee roasters, 139. 1st. and 

proprs. Lind Vineyard Wine Cellar, 137, 1st 
ADAMS ARCHIBALD H. 

president and manager Autographic Reg- 
ister Co., 523 Market, r. 1S04 Central Av., 

Alameda 



W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

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309, 311, 313, 316 and 317 MAKEET ST. 

Adams Archibald W., clerk auditing dept. 

Wells Fargo & Co.. r. 102 Ellis 
Adams Arthur L., clerk Postoffice, r. 136 

Tremont Av. 
Adams August J., laborer, r. 3013 Buchanan 
Adams Benjamin, shoemaker Siebe Shoe Co., 

r. Oakland 
Adams Bertram, r. 318 Capp 
Adams-Booth Co. Sacramento, wholesale gro- 
cers, office 405 Front, room 4 
Adams Bridget, widow, r. 856 Brannan 
Adams Building. 206 Kearny 
Adams Carl, deckhand str. F. M. Smith 
Adams Caroline Miss, stenographer, r. 1017 

Laguna 
Adams Cathella Miss, porcelain artist, 1910 

Hyde 
Adams C. F. Co., James Price manager, 

household goods. 156, 5th 
Adams C. Frank, bookkeeper, r. 300 Pennsyl- 
vania Av. 
Adams Charles, barber A. Hallahan, r. 1505 

Market 
Adams Charles, machinist Fulton Eng. & Ship 

Bldg. Wks., r. 807% Union 
Adams Charles, merchant tailor, 1384 Market, 

r. 1251 Hayes 
Adams Charles Albert (Adams & Adams) r. 

1248 Waller 
Adams Charles C, traveling salesman Whit- 

aker & Ray Co., 723 Market 
Adams Charles D., porter O. F. Willey & Co., 

r. 1531, 12th Av. South 
Adams Charles H., with William J. Adams, r. 

Menlo Park 
Adams Charles L., manager Lind Vineyard 

Wine Cellar, 137, 1st. r. 1450 Masonic Av. 
Adams Charles L., shipjoiner P. C. SS. Co., r. 

East Oakland 
Adams Charles M., conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 1105 Scott 
Adams Charles W., car repairer S. P. Co., r. 

7 Uranus 
Adams Charles W., cigars and tobacco. 128 

Golden Gate Av., r. 416 Golden Gate Av. 
Adams Charles W., traveling salesman, r. 

iie\t, Larkin 
Adams Charlotte M. Miss, r. 136 Tremont Av. 
Adams C. J., r. 239 Powell 
Adams Clara A. Miss, teacher Cooper Primary 

School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Conrad (Adams & Hansen) r. 639% Na- 
toma 
Adams Cosmopolitan Grammar School, G. F. 

Adolph Herbst principal, Eddy bet. Polk 

and Van Ness Av. 
Adams D. Mrs., lodgings, 232 Hyde 
Adams D. Q., motorman S. F. & S. M. Elec. 

Ry. 
Adams Edward, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 824 Lombard 
Adams Edward, laborer, r. 25 Victoria 
Adams Edward, liquors 1051 Howard 
Adams Edward F.. agricultural editor Chron- 
icle, r. Wrights Station, Cal. 
ADAMS EDWARD MILLS 

attorney-at-law, 508 Montgomery 
Adams Edward R., apprentice Francis-Valen- 
tine Co., r. 435 Golden Gate Av. 
Adams Edwin, glove cutter F. G. Conklin & 

Co., r. Alameda 
Adams E. H., jeweler, r. Lick House 
Adams Eliza A., physician, r. 421 Ellis 
Adams Elizabeth, widow, r. 1017 Laguna 
Adams Ellen, widow, r. 233 Pierce 



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Adams Emil. paperhanger, r. 108% McAllister 

Adams Erskin, cook str. Coos Bay, r. 27?^ 
Bernard 

Adams Esther M. Miss, clerk Edison Phono- 
graph agency, r. 24 Dorland 

Adams F., waiter str. Senator 

Adams Fanny Z. Miss, clerk Edison Phono- 
graph agency, r. 24 Dorland 

Adams Forest E., clerk Mau, Sadler & Co., r. 
Commercial Hotel 

Adams Frank, lumberman Scott & Van Ars- 
dale Lumber Co., r. 136 Tremont 

Adams Frank C, carpenter 1009 Post, r. 10 
Myrtle Av. 

Adams Frank M., clerk Johnson Bros., r. 2710 
Devisadero 

Adams Frank P., conductor Market St. Ey., r. 
1913 McAllister 

Adams Frederick, fireman str. San Joaquin 
No. 4 

Adams Frederick A., sailmaker Henrlx & 
Fraser, r. 1106 Clay 

Adams Frederick H., machinist, r. 293 Valen- 
cia 

Adams Frederick R., boxmaker, r. 222 Hyde 

Adams Frederick V., manager The Adams 
Studio, 850 Market 

Adams George, deckhand str. F. M. Smith 

Adams George, horseman, r. 515 Jones 

Adams George C, conductor Market St. Ry., 
r. 2815H Clay rear 

ADAMS aEORGE C. REV. 

pastor First Congregational Church, r. 2710 
Devisadero 

Adams George D., clerk Edison Phonograph 
agency, r. 24 Dorland 

Adams George J., expressman, SW. cor. Post 
and Grant Av., r. 2322 Jones 

Adams George P., clerk, r. 109 Van Ness Av. 

Adams George P., searcher records, r. 1423 
Clay 

Adams George W., salesman James de Frem- 
ery & Co., r. 1683 Page 

Adams George W., treasurer Lumber Survey- 
ors' Assn., r. 707 Stockton 

Adams Gideon J., conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 
2937 California 

Adams Gustave, brewer Broadway Brewery, r. 
824 Lombard 

Adams Harry, r. 232 Hyde 

Adams Harry, laborer, r. 25 Victoria 

Adams Harry, salesman S. F. Music Co., r. 
3022 California 

Adams Harrv B., clerk Hartford Fire Ins. Co., 
r. 536 Post 

Adams Harry G., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

227 Geary 

Adams Harry H. (Phelps & Adams) r. Oak- 
land 

Adams Harry H. (Sweeney & Adams) atty-at- 
law, 214 McAllister, r. 603 Polk 

Adams Harry W., traveling freight agent Chi- 
cago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Co., 

228 California, r. Oakland 

Adams Harold S., clerk Fisher Bros., r. 329 

Ellis 
Adams Harvey L., laborer S. P. Co., r. 426B 

Clementina 
Adams Helen D., widow, r. 233 Pierce 
Adams Henry, r. 828 Bush 
Adams Henry, driver, r. 476 Jessie 
Adams Herbert B., pharmacist Fleckenstein 

Med. Institute 



Adams Herman, r. 708 Lombard 

Adams H. G. Mrs. (Adams & Hubbard) r. 227 

Geary 
Adams Hilbert, barber P. C. Hamann r. 416 

Taylor 
Adams Hiram W., carpenter, 1306 Mission r. 

706 Folsom 
Adams House, Andrew McCreery propr., B19 

Sacramento 
Adams Ida M. Miss, stenographer Woodln & 

Little, r. 318 Capp 
Adams Isaac, barber C. Bachmann. r. 1625 

Pine 
Adams Jacob, propr. Broadway Brewery, SW. 

cor. 19th and Treat Av., r. 824 Lombard 
Adams James, r. 732y2 Green 
Adams James, insurance, r. 137, 3d 
Adams James, porter, r. 331, 6th 
ADAUS JAMES C. 

attorney-at-law, Adams Bldg. 206 Kearny, 

rooms 605-506, tel. Bush 40, r. Oakland 
Adams James S., printer, r. 3022 California 
Adams Jay W., Passenger Agent Nickel Plate, 

West Shore and Fitchburg Railroads, 

Crocker Bldg., r. Occidental Hotel 
Adams J. Frank, manager East office Pac. 

Tel. & Tel. Co., r. 1412 Bush 
Adams Joel, laborer Western Sugar Ref., r, 

216c Ritch 
Adams John, cook, r. 507 Mission 
Adams John, horseshoer W. Craddock, r. 17 

Palmer 
Adams John, laborer Union Iron Wks.. r. 106 

Clark 
Adams John, porter Waterhouse & Lester, r. 

456 Athens 
Adams John, restaurant and boarding, 1443 

Harrison 
Adams John C, r. 807% Union 
Adams John E. (Brown & Adams) r. 2220 Jack- 
son 
Adams John F. Mrs., widow, r. 21 Ritch 
Adams John G., contractor and builder, 40 

New Montgomery, r. 716 Haight 
Adams John N., salesman Hale Bros., r. 326 

Eddy 
Adams John Q., r. 603 Polk 
Adams John Q., atty-at-law, Chronicle Bids.. 

r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams John Q., Jr., student, r. 603 Polk 
Adams John S., r. 419 Elizabeth 
Adams John S., corporal police, r. Commercial 

Hotel 
Adams Joseph, r. 1222 Bush 
Adams Joseph, musician, r. 253 Stevenson 
Adams Kate D., widow, teacher shorthand, r. 

1734 Devisadero 
Adams Laura B,, widow, r. 938 Geary 
Adams Lawson S. (Adams-Booth Co.) 405 

Front, r. 875 Bush 
Adams Lawson S. Jr., with Lawson S. Adams, 

r. 875 Bush 
Adams Lena Miss, teacher Ayres Business 

College, r. 318 Capp 
Adams Lillie Miss, dressmaker, r. 116% Clara 
Adams Lorenzo O. (Taylor, Adams & Prit- 

chard) r. 31 Hill 
Adams Louis J., longshoreman, r. 24% Minna 
Adams Lucy F. Miss, teacher Henry Durant 

Primary School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Margaret Mrs., groceries and liquors, 

1310 Montgomery, r. 1301 Montgomery 
Adams Marion E. Miss, r. 1017 Laguna 
Adams Mary, widow, r. 938 Geary 
Adams Mary, widow, boarding and lodging, 

105 Clark 
Adams Mary A., widow, r. 116% Clara 
Adams Mary A., widow, r. 901 Powell 
Adams Mary F., widow, r. 1412 Bush 
Adams M. B. (A. P. Adams & Co.) r. 1450 

Masonic Av. 
Adams Merritt O., barber, r. 138, 8th 
Adams Nellie, widow, r. 25 Victoria 
Adams Nelson, driver Bay City Soda Water 

Co., r. 117 Hyde 
Adams Nicholas, conductor S. F. & S. M. 

Elec. Ry., r. 118 Valley 



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Adams Octavian, sexton, r. 706 Folsom 
Adams Orlando B., barber, 206 Leavenwortb 
Adams Oscar B., porter Price Baking Powder 

Co., r. 1450 Masonic Av. 
Adams Otto, harnessmaker J. O'Kane, r. 108% 

McAllister 
Adams Rebecca J. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 1017 

Laguna 
Adams Richard, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

105 Clark 
Adams Richard H., r. 314 Green 
Adams Robert, seaman, r. 158, 5th 
Adams Roy, candymaker, r. 251 Pacific 
Adams Sadie E. Mrs., inspectress U. S. Cus- 
toms, r. 1626 Sacramento 
Adams Samuel, hack driver, r. 2VA Oolllng- 

wood 
Adams Samuel, shipwright, r. 224, 28th 
Adams Samuel W., blacksmith, r. 271, 7th 
Adams Studio The, F. V. Adams manager, 

850 Market 
Adams Thomas, butler, 2550 Webster 
Adams Timothy W., sawmaker N. W. Spauld- 

ing Saw Co., r. 2534 Howard 
Adams W., shipjoiner P. C. SS. Co. 
Adams Walter, carpenter, r. 10 Washington 

Av. 
Adams Warren, deckhand str. F. M. Smith 
Adams Wenzel, sausage mfr., 1078 Howard 
Adams William, freight clerk P. M. SS. Co., 

r. 911 O'Farrell 
Adams William, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

112 Hancock 
Adams William, salesman H. Levi & Co., r. 

2417 California 
Adams William, shoemaker Buckingham & 

Hecht, r. 2 Juri 
Adams William Jr., with Fireman's Fund 

Ins. Co., r. 2417 California 
Adams William A., paperhanger, r. 317 Clipper 
Adams William E.. hackman, r. 2243 Sutter 
Adams William F., bookkeeper Broadway 

Brewery, r. 824 Lombard 
Adams William F., salesman, r. 1714 Hyde 
Adams William G., correspondent Jacob 

Unna, r. 1310a Page 
Adams William H., cutter United Boot & Shoe 

Co. r. 554a Natoma 
Adams William H., guide U. S. Mint, r. Oak- 
land 
Adams William J., mining engineer, 132 Mar- 
ket, r. 1617 Lyon 
ADAMS WILLIAM J. 

wholesale lumber and shipping merchant 
and president Washington Mill Co., 10 Cal- 
ifornia, r. Menlo Park 
Adams William M., pressman, r. 1301 Valiejo 
Adams William P., atty-at-law, 927 Market, r. 

931 Post 
Adams William R., steamfltter John G. lis & 

Co., r. 732V4 Green 
Adams William S., coffee roaster A. P. Adams 

& Co.. r. 419 Elizabeth 
Adams William T., clerk Railway Mall Ser- 

Adams William T., salesman A. Fleishhacker, 

r. 708 Post 
ADAMS & ADAMS 

(Amos C. and Charles Albert Adams) at- 
torneys-at-law, 137-139-141 Phelan Bldg. 
Adams & Hansen (Conrad Adams and Ben- 
jamin Hansen) liquors, 204, 3d 
Adams & Hubbard (Mrs. H. G. Adams and 
Miss Nettie Hubbard) proprs. The Linda 
VisU, 227 Geary 
Adamson Agnes Miss, school teacher, r. 325 

Lexington Av. 
Adamson Andrew, fireman str. Senator 
Adamson Andrew, seaman, r. 18 Rausch 
Adamson August, helper Fulton Eng. & Ship 

Bldg. Wks., r. 3013 Buchanan 
Adamson Charles, r. 1235 Market 
Adamson Joseph, steward, r. 122 Sagamore 
Adamson Martin, seaman, r. 8 Latona 
Adamson Mary, widow, r. 359 Lexington Av. 
Adamson Richard r. 325 Lexington Av 
Adamson Richard Jr., salesman, r. 325 Lex- 
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Adamson Robert H., bookkeeper Rudolph 
Mohr, r. 325 Lexington Av. 

Adamson Samuel H., stenographer, r. 325 Lex- 
ington Av. 

Adamson Thomas. 3d ofllcer str. Columbia 

Adamson W. R. H.. special administrator es- 
tate of Adolph Sutro. office 30 Montgomery 
Block, r. Larkspur, Marin Co. 

Adamy Frank, waiter, r. 1203 Bush 

[CTAdamy. See Adami 

Adcock John T.. clerk Charles F. Doe & Co., 
r. 910 Valencia 

Adcock Robert J., solicitor, r. 707 Post 

Adcock William N., jeweler Shreve & Co., r. 
308 Grove 

Adderley Harold G., clerk Stanley Adderley, 
r. 1569 Jackson 

Adderley Harriet E. Miss, r. 1569 Jackson 

Adderley Stanley, importer sponges, 636 Mar- 
ket, r. 1728 Hyde 

Adderson George W., draughtsman Union Gas 
Engine Co., r. 458, 14th 

Addicks John H., clerk auditing dept. Wells 
Fargo & Co.. r. 320 Willard 

Addington Charles, car repairer, r. 608, 6th 

Addis George E., peddler, r. 129 Langton 

Addis Robert C. clerk Montgomery & Co., r. 
1 Hampton PI. 

Addison Charles W., joiner Union Iron Wks., 
r. 1157 Kentucky 

Addison Dora, widow, r. 575 Geary rear 

Addison Ellen, widow, r. 359 Lexington Av. 

Addison George, storekeeper General Electric 
Co., r. Berkeley 

Addison James, machine foreman Risdon I. & 
L. Wks., r. Alameda 

Addison James H., clerk, r. 575 Geary rear 

Addison T. G.. physician, r. 126 Ellis 

ADDISON THOMAS 

manager General Electric Co., 1109-1116 
Claus Spreckels Bldg., r. Berkeley 

Adotto Antonio, driver Antone Fodera, r. 614 
McAllister 

ADDBESSOGRAPH THE 

(Chicago) W. D. McArthur agent, 114 Cal- 
ifornia, tel. Black 3601 

Ade Joseph G., driver, r. 51a Rausch 

Ade Paulina, widow, r. 51a Rausch 

Adelphia House, Edward Rolkin propr., 909 
Kearny 

Adelsdorfer Alfred (Adelsdorfer & Branden- 
stein) r. 1718 Bush 

Adelsdorfer Ernest, bookkeeper M. Blaskower 
& Co.. r. 2019 Pine 

Adelsdorfer John C. , clerk Am. Import Co. 
1605 Gough 

Adelsdorfer Joseph, r. 1718 Bush 

Adelsdorfer Louis, solicitor The Bulletin, 
1605 Gough 

Adelsdorfer Max, mfrs.' agent, 523 Market, 
1718 Bush 

Adelsdorfer Rosa, widow, r. 1605 Gough 

Adelsdorfer William, clerk auditing dept, 
Wells Fargo & Co., r. 776 O'Farrell 

Adelsdorfer & Brandenstein (Alfred Adels- 
dorfer, Manfred Brandenstein and Leon 
Greenebaum) importers cigars and proprs, 
Washington Mfg. Co., 19-21, 1st 

Adelseck Frank, engineer tug Sea Queen, r, 
1119% Broadway 

Adelson H. Bernhard. optician, r. 8 Moss 

Adelson Julius, r. 8 Moss 

Adelson Minna Miss, tailoress. r. 8 Moss 

Adelson Rebecca, widow, r. 8 Moss 



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Adelstein Heyman, laundry, r. 1522 O'Farrell 
Adelstein Jacob, cutter A. Shirek & Co., r. 

1017 Post 
Adelstein Louis, salesman, r. 1017 Post 
Adelstein Samuel, teacher music, r. 1017 Post 
Adema James, waiter str. City of Para 
Aden David, tailor, r. 629 Stevenson 
ADEN K. J. K. 

president Piper, Aden, Goodall Co., 24 
Clay. r. Vallejo, Cal. 
Adie Ellen Miss, private school, 2117 Califor- 
nia 
Adjuster The (insurance monthly) J. A. Carey 

editor and propr., 303 California 
Adkins George A., sailmaker Henrix & Fraser, 

r. 2423 Leavenworth 
Adkins Joel M., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 

1303 Laguna 
Adklnson Louie A., artist, r. 605% Sutter 
Adler Aaron A., with S. Sweet Co., r. 2619 La- 
guna 
Adler Adolph, bookkeeper Katz & Sons, r. 
Golden Gate, Cal. 

ADLER ALBERT S. 

physician and surgeon, office and r. 1113 

Sutter, office hours l to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m., 

Sundays 10 to 11 a. m., telephone East 590 

Adler Ben, cigars and tobacco, 101 Powell, r. 

2415 Pacific Av. 
Adler Charles, broker, 305 Safe Deposit Bldg., 

r. 1113 Post 
Adler Charles, capitalist, r. Lick House 
Adler Charles, porter S. F. Club, r. 318 Jessie 
Adler David, r. 313 Waller 
Adler David, bookkeeper, r. 1420 Bush 
Adler David, butcher W. Adler, r. 527 Octavia 
Adler Elkan, r. 1935 California 
Adler Eugenia Miss, teacher music, r. 2131 

Bush 
Adler Felix Free Kindergarten. Miss A. L. 
Manning principal, SE. cor. 2d and Folsom 
Adler George (Adler & Burg) r. East Oakland 
Adler George W., miner, r. 1513 Market 
Adler Harry B., r. 1015 Golden Gate Av. 
Adler Harry F.. salesman, r. 1113 Post 
Adler Helmer, seaman, r. Contra Costa House 
Adler Henry, messman str. Geo. W. Elder 
Adler Henry A., clerk, r. 225 Franklin 
Adler Hermann, asst. cashier Sutro & Co., r. 

2332 Pine 
Adler Jacob, solicitor Alliance Assurance Co., 

r, Alameda 
Adler Jesse, clerk, r. 225 Franklin 
Adler John, stevedore P. M. SS. Co. 
Adler Joseph, butcher W. Adler, r. 627 Oc- 
tavia 
Adler Joseph, salesman, r. 225 Franklin 
Adler Leopold, shoemaker. 50S Grove 
Adler Louis, collector Alfred J. Brandenstein, 

r. 225 Franklin 
Adler Louis, shoemaker Siebe Shoe Co., r. 297S 

Pine 
Adler Morris, driver, r, 1058 Howard 
Adler Moses, violinist, r. 50S Grove 
Adler Moses W., grain broker, 305 Safe De- 
posit Bldg., r. 2200 Jackson 
ABLEB N. M. 

proprietor Bay State Oyster House, 29-35 
Stockton 
Adler Samuel, salesman O'Connor, Motfatt & 

Co., r. 2417 Pacific Av. 
Adler Sarah, widow, r. 2131 Bush 
Adler Sigmund, r. 301 Fulton 



Adler Solomon, collector, 508 California, r. 2131 
Bush 

Adler William, teamster Englander Bros., r. 
11 Farren Av. 

Adler Wiliiam, butcher. 240 Fulton, r. 527 Oc- 
tavia 

Adler & Burg (George Adler and Gustat Burg) 
designers and draughtsmen, 309 California 

Adlington David M., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 

ADMINISTRATOB PITBLIC 

John A. Drinkhouse, 402 Montgomery, 
rooms 3-4 

Admiral Peter S. . laborer engineer's dept. V. 
S. A., r. Fort Point 

Admiral The, Mrs. Jessie Brown propr., 207 
Powell 

Adney Robert C. J., workman U. S. Mint, r. 
Oakland 

Adolfson Charles, seaman, r. 6 Howard 

Adolfson E., seaman str. Zealandia 

Adolph Joseph, window cleaner, 609 Sacra- 
mento 

Adou Clans A., salesman Cal. Furniture Mfg. 
Co., r. 736 Geary 

Adrian Robert P., salesman John Quadt, r. 110 



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Adriance Charles M.. clerk Holbrook, Merrill 
& Stetson, r. 855 Golden Gate Av. 

Adriance Walter D., telegraph operator, r. 
2538 Folsom 

Adrien Albert, pantryman Marchand's Res- 
taurant, r. 821 Jackson 

Adrien Rouquette, pantryman Marchand's 
Restaurant, r. 639 Pine 

ADVANCE CARPET BEATING AND RENO- 
VATING CO., George Walcom proprietor, 403 
Sutter, tel. Main 394 

Advent Christian Church, Church bet. 29th 
and Day 

Aegerter Charles, r. 36 Joice 

Aegerter Jacques, mining engineer, 710 Cali- 
fornia 

Aehnlich Paul E.. electrician Elec. Supply 
Co., r. 507 Steiner 

AERMOTOR COMPANY THE 

J. W. Oliver manager, manufacturers 
pumps, tanks and Aermotor windmills, 
27 Beale, telephone Drumm 154 
iETNA INSURANCE CO. 

(of Hartford) Boardman & Spencer general 
agents, E. C. Morrison supervisor of agen- 
cies, Louis Mel special agent and adjuster, 
514 California 
^tna Life Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) 
511-513 Safe Deposit Bldg. 

,a:TNA MINERAL WATER CO. 

Len D. Owens president, mineral water 
from £tna Springs, Napa Co., Cal., Linn 
& Elee sole agents, office and warehouse 
619 Montgomery, telephone Main 1729! 

JEtna Mutual Building and Loan Association, 
Nathan Schlesinger secretary, 304 Mont- 
gomery 

.ffiTNA SPRINGS, NAPA CO. 

office and warehouse 619 Montgomery 

Atelbach L., r. 346. 4th 

Ateld Joseph, stationery and music, 805 Lar- 
kin 

Affiliated Colleges, Parnassus Av. nr. 6th Av. 

Affleck Peter, longshoreman, r. 404 Bryant 

Affleck William, machinist Union Iron Wka., 
r. 3578. 20th 

Affolter John J., butcher, 507 Ellis, r. 1009 
Hayes 

Affolter Joseph, butcher. 125. 3d. r. 1820. 15th 

Affolter William, butcher Joseph Affolter, r. 
14 Sherwood PI. 

Afro-American League, 620 Bush 

Aftergut Samuel, butcher, r. 1144 Howard 

Afton The. 285 O'Farrell 

Agalin Josie Miss, domestic New Washington 
Hotel 

Agan John, cofleeman Occidental Hotel, r. 142 
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Agar James E., with Mysell-Rollins Co., r. 

Alameda 
Agar John E.. mining, r. 324 Bartlett 
Agar John M,, teamster, r. 3570 Mission 
Agard Alexander H., searcher records, r. 311 

Green 
Agard Charles, master schr. Alma, office 56 

Steuart 
Agard George E., r. 313 Green 
Agard George L., salesman Wintzer & Agard, 

r. 313 Green 
Agard Joseph J., special agent Hartford Fire 

Ins. Co., 313 California, r. Oakland 
Agard Marion F., widow, r. 311 Green 
Agard Nellie A. Mrs., purchasing agent, r. 628 

Sutter 
Agard William A. T. (Wintzer & Agard) r. 311 

Green 
(C7 Agard. See Aagard 
Agassiz Intermediate Grammar School, Miss 

Sarah J. Jones principal, Bartlett bet. 22d 

and 23d 
Agaton Emile, butcher, r. 1935 Mason 
Agert Frank, vineyardist, r. 560 Howard 
Aggesen Peter, oiler Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1213 Green 
Agincourt Philip, r. 618 Harrison 
Agmar Paul, contractor, r. 2832 California 
Agner Charles (Lichtig & Agner and Smith 

Picture Co.) r. 30 Hawthorne 
Agnew Catherine, widow, r. 1616 Dolores 
Agnew Edward, machine hand Hobbs, Wall & 

Co., r. 231 Filbert 
Agnew Ellard A., druggist H. L,. Ladd & Co., 

r. 607 Ellis 
Agnew George, clerk R. Dunsmulr's Sons Co., 

r. Oakland 
Agnew Gilmore M., president G. M. Agnew Co. 

Inc., 39 Stevenson, r. Alameda 

AGNEW G. M. & CO. 

(Incorporated) Gilmore M. Agnew presi- 
dent, Fred S. Campbell secretary, drugs, 
rubber goods, glassware, soda lountains 
and sundries, 39 Stevenson, teL Black 33 

Agnew Henry J., stove mounter Axford Bros., 
r. 1616 Dolores 

Agnew Hugh, marine engineer, r. 1203 Octavia 

Agnew Julia, r. Our Lady's Home 

Agnew Kate, widow, r. 23 Clementina 

Agnew L. T., laborer S. P. Co. 

Agnew Newton W., laborer, r. 454 Clementina 

Agnew Oscar, seaman str. Orizaba 

Agnew Robert, mining, r. 231 Filbert 

Agnew Robert Jr., laborer Am. Biscuit Co., r. 
231 Filbert 

Agnew Thomas, machine hand. r. 231 Filbert 

Agnew Thomas J., Ins. agent, 421 California, r. 
Oakland 

Agnew V. A. Campbell Mrs., r. 632 Sutter 

Agnew William, r. 231 Filbert 

Agnew William P., physician, Donohoe Bldg. 

Agnews R. Mrs., r. 711 Post 

Agosti John, painter, r. 10 San Antonio 

Agricultural Insurance Co. (of Watertown, N. 
Y.) Edward Brown & Sons genl. agents, 
411-413 California rear 

Aguilar Anita Miss, r. 1531 Larkin 

Aguilar A. A., boxmaker Hobbs, Wall & Co., 
r. 1504 Powell 

Aguilar Carmen Miss, r. 1531 Larkin 

Aguilar David, waiter B. Jouanou, r. 321 Pa- 
cific 

Aguirre A., coalpasser str. Colon 

Aguirre Raymond M., bookkeeper, r. 1312 
Powell 

Aguirrez Domingo, engineer, r. 744, 4th 

Ahearn Catherine, widow, vegetables, 1009 
Bryant 

Ahearn Daniel L.. harnessmaker L. D. Stone 
& Co., r. 302 Liberty 

Ahearn Dennis F., clerk Mack & Co., r. 302 
Liberty 

Ahearn John A., employe G. R. Lucy & Co., 
r. 16% Boardman PI. 

Ahearn Joseph G., with Willamette Pulp and 
Paper Co., r. 36a Kissling 



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Ahearn Timothy, laborer, r. 302 Liberty 

[C^Ahearn. See Ahern and Aherne 

Aher William J., plater Golden West Plating 

Wks., r. 1411 Bush 
Ahern Agnes J. Miss, teacher Whittier Pri- 
mary School, r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern Andrew J., clerk T. J. Scriven, r. 926 

Howard 
Ahern Daniel, boilermaker. r. 574, 6th 
Ahern Daniel, laborer, r. 631% Stevenson 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern Daniel H., laborer Spring Valley W. W. 
Ahern Daniel J., inspector U. S. Customs, r. 

Oakland 
Ahern David M., hackdriver M. F. Fragley, r. 

103 San Jose Ay. 
Ahern Dennis I., clerk, r. 7 Seymour Av. 
Ahern Dennis J., solicitor, r. 631% Stevenson 
Ahern Edward T., cutter Wempe Bros., r. 

631% Stevenson 
Ahern Frank L., salesman Zeno Mauvais 

Music Co., r. 810 Lyon 
Ahern Henry M., teamster Burns Bros., r. 

2770, 21st 
Ahern James A., plumber Moenning & Co., r. 

405% Grove 
Ahern Jeremiah, workman U. S. Mint, r. 232% 

Oak 
Ahern Jeremiah D., tilesetter, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern John, laborer S. P. Co., r. 631% Steven- 

Ahern John, teamster, r. 2 Alvarado 
Ahern John F., laborer, r. 833 Bryant 
Ahern John F., soapmaker, r. 65 Boardman PI. 
Ahern John J., bookkeeper J. J. O'Brien & 

Co., r. 810 Lyon 
Ahern John M., r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern John M., plumber, r. 631% Stevenson 
Ahern John T., clerk Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hayden Co., r. 235% Oak 
Ahern Joseph W., plumber, r. 65 Boardman PI. 
Ahern Katherine. widow, bakery. 404 Folsom 
Ahern Lizzie Miss, clerk, r. 2824 Harrison 
Ahern Maggie, domestic, 2430 Jackson 
Ahern Maria, widow, r. 2 Alvarado 
Ahern Mary Miss, stenographer, r. 2824 Har- 
rison 
Ahern Mary A. Miss, teacher Franklin Gram- 
mar School, r. 1308 Laguna 
Ahern Matthew J., plumber, r. 2 Alvarado 
Ahern Maurice J., collector, r. 810 Lyon 
Ahern Michael, laborer, r. 574. 6th 
Ahern Patrick, tailor, r. 131 Haight 
Ahern Peter, laborer U. S. Customs, r. Oak- 
land 
Ahern Roger, carpenter Hibernia Brewery, r. 

2824 Harrison 
Ahern Roger Jr., apprentice M. Greenberg's 

Sons. r. 2824 Harrison 
Ahern Thomas J., laborer, r. 574, 6th 
Ahern Timothy, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

16, 28th 
Ahern William, carpenter, r. 926 Alabama 
Ahern William E., plumber A. J. Reavey, r. 

167 Silver 
Ahern William J., laborer S. P. Co. 
Ahern William P., laborer Market St. Ry., r. 

1310 Sanchez 
[n:^ Ahern. See Ahearn 
Aherne Eugene P., salesman, r. 3470. 20th 
Aherne Johanna, widow, r. 812 Division 
Aherne Michael, gardener, r. 1426 Grove 
Aherne Patrick O., laborer, r. 3470, 20th 
Aherns Wilken, clerk, r. 113% Lily Av. 
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Ahlbach Jacob, plumber Joseph Ahlbacb., r. 

3430, 22d 
Ahlbach Joseph, plumber, 136, 4th, r. 3430, 223 
Ahlbach Peter F., r. 156, Uth 
Ahlberg Frederick, tailor, 432 Montgomery, r. 

Oakland 
Ahlborn Albert R., expressman, r. 275 Parker 

Av. 
Ahlborn August, cabinetmaker A. J. Forbes & 

Son, r. 728 Natoma 
Ahlborn August, cook, r. 2990 Folsom 
Ahlborn August W., machinist, r. 33% Lafay- 
ette 
Ahlborn George, stove molder, r. 1623 Devisa- 

dero 
Ahlborn Henry, expressman, 68 Ellis, r. 23 

Johnston Av. 
Ahlborn Henry, machinist First St. Wks. 

Union Iron Wks., r. 8 Folsom Av. 
Ahlborn House, August Fehlemelcher propr., 

319-323 Grant Av. 
Ahlborn William, r. 8 Folsom Av. 
Ahlenfeld Morris B.. r. 507 Lombard 
Ahlers Amandus. janitor, r. 1110a Vallejo 
Ahlers George, clerk Western Sugar Re£., r. 

266 Dore 
Ahlers George, rigger, r. 1006 Guerrero 
Ahlers George Jr., clerk r. 1006 Guerrero 
Ahlers Gesena Miss, domestic, 724 Mission 
AELEKS HEKRT 

groceries and liquors, SE. cor. 8th and 

Mission, tel. Mint 1161, r. 18 Pearl 
Ahlers Henry C, watches and diamonds, 126 

Kearny, r. 1102 Eddy 
Ahlers Herman, clerk John T. Collins, r. 266 

Dore 
Ahlers John D. A., liquors. 213 Stevenson 
Ahlers William, laborer Western Sugar Ref., 

r. 266 Dore 
Ahlers William Jr., helper Western Sugar 

Ref., r. 266 Dore 
cyAhlers. See Ehlers 

Ahlert William J., plumber William F. Wil- 
son, r. 169 Linden Av. 
Ahlf Frederick, millhand Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

610 K South 
Ahlf Henry, butcher Roth, Blum & Co., r. BIO 

K South 
Ahlf Henry A., driver Milwaukee Brewery, r. 

114a Juniper 
Ahlf Hermann, groceries and liquors, 1520, 

20th 
Ahlf John W., conductor Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1129 Filbert 
Ahlf Katrina, widow, r. 1226, 6th Av. South 
Ahlgren Carl N. P., carpenter, r. 225 Gates 
Ahlgren Charles G.. propr. Pioneer Hotel, 247 

Steuart, r. 1225 Page 
Ahlgren Edward, clerk C. G. Ahlgren, r. 247 

Steuart 
Ahlgren Edward, driver, r. 553 Howard 
CT Ahlgren. See Algren 

Ahlln Carl A., master mariner, r. 103 Juniper 
Ahlln Godfried. engineer str. La Chilena 
Ahlquist F. v., cook. r. 245 Steuart 
Ahlstrand Oscar, seaman, r. 11 Clay 
Ahlstrand William B., propr. Arizona Hotel, 

11-13 Clay 
Ahlstrom George E., master mariner, r. 110% 

Silver 
Ahlstrom Peter F., engineer, r. 36% Stanly PI. 
Ahman A., 1st officer str. Panama 
Ahlmann Christ, milker, r. 627 Commercial 
Ahpel Henry C. (Ahpel & Bruckman) r. 2427 

Washington 



Ahpel & Bruckman (Henry C. Ahpel and John 

Bruckman) genl. ins. agents, 209 Sansome 
Ahren Matthew J., plumber J. D. Gallagher, r. 

13 Elizabeth 
Ahrens Albert, cigar mfr., 555 Valencia, r. 824 

Capp 
Ahrens Anna D., widow, r. 164 San Carlos Av. 
Ahrens Annie Miss, seamstress, r. 164 San 

Carlos Av. 
Ahrens Carl. r. 214 Harriet 
Ahrens Charles F., cabinetmaker, r. 110 Mor- 
ris Av. 
Ahrens Elizabeth, widow, r. 226 Green 
Ahrens Frederick L., watchman Western Meat 

Co., r. 214 Harriet 
Ahrens George M. (Ahrens, Pein, BuUwinkel 

and H. Muller & Co.) r. 425 Harrison 
Ahrens George N., carrier Postofflce, f. 225 

Green 
Ahrens Harry H., r. 728 Capp 
Ahrens Henry, clerk Charles Wreden, r. 1101 

Clay 
Ahrens Henry C, miner, r. 110 Morris Av. 
Ahrens John, clerk Woebcke & Von Staden, r. 

501 Ellis 
Ahrens Martin, r. 2913, Uth 
Ahrens May Miss, stenographer, r. 728 Capp 
Ahrens Nellie Miss, r. 728 Capp 
Ahrens Nicolaus, liquors, 2 Market 
AHBSNS, FEIN & BTTLIiWINEELi 

(George M. Ahrens, George H. Pein and 

John D. BuUwinkel) wholesale and retail 

wines and liquors, 620 Post 
Ahrens Thomas, porter Olympia Hotel 
AHRENS WILHBLM 

commission merchant, 411 California 
Ahrens Wilken, driver Hermann Joost, r. 14% 

HofE Av. 
Ahrens William H., machinist, r. 728 Capp 
Ahrens William H., salesman J. W. King, r. 

3372, 22d 
Ahrens William W., with E. A. Fargo Co., r. 

226 Green 
Ahres M. W., quartermaster U. S. str. Scandla 
Ahstrom Henrietta, widow, r. 1109 Pacific 
Ahumada Jose M., real estate, 607 Montgom- 
ery, r. 612 Bush 
Aich Charles F., attendant Sutro Baths, r. 2922 

Sacramento 
Aich Rudolph, gardener, r. 2922 Sacramento 
Aicher Frank, plumber Gustavo Aicher, r. 1618 

Stockton 
Aicher Gustavo, plumber, 522 Bush, r. 1618 

Stockton 
Aicher Kathrlna, widow, r. 1618 Stockton 
Aiello Julia Miss. r. 14 Langton 
Aigeltinger Charles, r. 1774 Ellis 
AIQELTINQER EDWARD H. 

hay, grain, wood and coal, 1762-1764 Ellis, 

and Supervisor Twelfth Ward, r. 1764 Ellis 
Aigeltinger George, bookkeeper Edward H. 

Aigeltinger, r. 1774 Ellis 
Algner Josephine Miss, tailoress, r. 914 Illinois 
Aigner Lucas, tailor, 914 Illinois 
Aiken Albert C, atty-at-law, 36-37 Mills Bldg., 

8th floor, r. 1931 Pacific Av. 
Aiken Charles S., with Examiner, r. 2022 Van 

Aiken Henry, r. 1188 Noe 

Aiken James H.. chief electrician Pacific Pow- 
er Co., r. 206. 7th 
Aiken Johnson M., clerk Redlngton & Co., r. 

737 Ellis 
Aiken Matthew, teamster J. Graham, r. 21 

Morris Av. 
AIKEN NELSON P. 

secretary Campodonico-Malcolm Co., 112- 

116 Washington, r. Palace Hotel 
Cr Aiken. See Aitken and Akin 
Aikens A., clerk P. C. SS. Co. 
Aikens Charles, bartender William Aikens, r. 

NE. cor. Kentucky and ISth 
Aikens Edward C, with Willamette Pulp and 

Paper Co., r. Oakland 
Aikens William, liquors, NE. cor. Kentucky 

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Alkins T. G., oiler Market St Ry., r. 1616 Fol- 

Ainsa Belen Miss, r. 407 Lombard 
AINSA JAMES 

attorney Spanish law, 33 Merchants' Ex- 
change, tel. Black 1774, r. 1919 Taylor 
AiDsley J., messman sir. Queen 
Alnsworth Alfred G., clerk Freight Auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. Oakland 
AINSWORTH COMPANY 

J. C. Ainsworth president, P. T. Morgan 
secretary, 309 Glaus Spreckels Bldg. 
Alnsworth H. S., oiler str. City of Para, r. 

1443 Harrison 
Alnsworth J. C, president Alnsworth Co., 309 

Claus Spreckels Bldg. 
Alnsworth William H.. asst. manager P. 

Lorillard Co., r. Oakland 
Air Space and Asbestos Sectional Covering 
Co., Gilbert C. Fowler manager, 668 
Howard 
Alrd James C, blacksmith Am. Tool Wks., 

r. 428%, 13th 
Alrey George F., stevedore, r. 564 Folsom 
Airey Henry J., butcher, 2323 Webster, r. 2307 

Jackson 
Airey John, with John Mignola. 1332 Mission 
Alrey Robert J., butcher, r. 15 Glen Park Av. 
CTAirey. See Arey 
Airola Andrew N., fruits and vegetables, 1176 

Church 
Altchison John, carpenter, r. 1419 Sanchez 
Altchison William J., paper carrier, r. 1328 

Sanchez 
ECy Altchison. See Acheson, Ackerson, Atch- 

Inson and Atkinson 
Altken Albert E., clerk, r. 1904 Powell 
Altken Edward, solicitor, r. 624a Ellis 
Altken George J., salesman Taylor & Taylor, 

r. 427 Cedar Av. 
Altken James, policeman, r. 1024 Post 
AITKEN JOHN R. 

attorney-at-law, 17-18 Mills Bldg., 6th 
floor, tel. Red 1841, r. 1509 Stelner 
Altken John W., machinist Hercules Gas En- 
gine Wks., r. 1343 Union 
Altken Julien, r. 349, 4th Av. 
Altken Kate S. Mrs., clairvoyant, r. 120 Mc- 
Allister 
Altken Louis S., druggist A. L. Lengfeld, r. 

1127 Buchanan 
Altken Matilda, widow, r. 349, 4th At. 
Altken Robert I., sculptor, 107 Locust Av., r. 

120 McAllister 
Altken Samuel, pressman U. S. Mint, r. 944 

Capp 
Altken Stanley J., carpenter, r. 418 Greenwich 
Altken Thomas D., law clerk Dorn & Dorn, r. 

1904 Powell 
lC?"Aitken. See Aiken 

Aitkens Thomas, watchman, r. 616 Folsom 
Ajada J. L Mrs., furnished rooms, r. 925% 

Mission 
Akard D. B., carpenter, r. 4165, 20th 
CyAker. See Acker 

Akerdorn Jacob, mining, r. 710 California 
Akergren Andrew, watchman Palace Hotel, r. 

1238 Bush 
Akerly Benjamin M., messman str. Geo. W. 

Elder 
C^Akerman. See Ackerman 
Akers D. B., waiter, r. 281 Minna 
Akers Harry, teamster, r. 1563 Turk 
Akers William (Shannon & Akers) r. 20 Turk 
[CT Akers. See Acres 
Akin William A., carpenter, r. 3062, 24th 
Akins S. L., stockbuyer, r. 43 Van Ness Av. 
Aklns Thomas, helper Geo. O. Keyes, r. 130, 

28th 
Akmann Charles G., musician, r. 4142. 17th 
Akmann Frank L., mariner, r. 4142, 17th 
Akmann Frederick W., sailmaker, r. 4142, 17th 
Akmann John W., sheet iron worker Delano 

Bros., r. 4142, 17th 
Akmann William, salesman r. 4142. 17th 
Akranius Annie Miss, saleslady City of Paris 
Dry Goods Co., r. 904 Leavenworth 



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Akron Smoking Pipe Co. (Mogadore, 0.) John 
R. Cole agent. Flood Bldg. 

Alabama Gold Mining Co. Ltd., James B. Mil- 
ler secretary, 205 Crocker Bldg. 
ALAMEDA AND OAKLAND TRANSFER CO. 
(Greeley and Lind's) Paul F. Kellogg man- 
ager. 3 Spear, tel. Main 31 
ALAMEDA AND SAN JOAQUIN RAILROAD CO. 
R. D. Fry president. B. M. Bradford sec- 
retary, 515 Safe Deposit Bldg. 

Alameda Antonio, laborer Plummer Bros., r. 
7 Baldwin Court 

Alameda Artesian Water Co., I. L. Borden 
supt., office Clunie Bldg. 

Alameda Building and Loan Association (Ala- 
meda) Charles K. Clark secretary, 503 Cal- 
ifornia 

Alameda Canning and Packing Co., Frank H. 
Foote agent, 116 California 

Alameda Ferry, foot Market 

Alameda Frank, master mariner, r. 7 Baldwin 
Court 

Alameda Frank Jr., seaman, r. 7 Baldwin 
Court 

Alameda Fred, barber, r. 735% Union 

Alameda Manuel, stable foreman Union 
Transfer Co., r. 244 Townsend 

Alameda Real Estate Associates, Jas. E. 
Damon manager, 602 Market 

Alameda Sugar Co. (Alvarado. Cal.) John L. 
Howard president, James Coffin secretary, 
Edmund C. Burr manager, 132 Market 

Alameda Water Co. (Berkeley, Cal.) C. A. 
Grow secretary, 324 Pine 

Alamo Square, bet. Hayes and Fulton, Steiner 
and Scott 

ALASKA CODFISH CO. 

Alfred Greenebaum manager, wholesale 
cured codfish, 215-217 California 

ALiASKA COMMERCIAL, CO. 

Lewis Gerstle president, Gustav Niebaum 
vice-president, Leon Sloss 2d vice-presi- 
dent, Louis Greenbaum secretary, 310 San- 

ALASKA EXPLORATION CO. THE 

Isaac Liebes president, S. W. Saalburg 
secretary, 139 Post, rooms 9-13 

Alaska Hydraulic Syndicate, W. H. Adams 
secretary. Chronicle Bldg. 

Alaska Juneau Gold Mining Co. (Juneau) 
Robert M. Mein secretary. 320 Sansome 

Alaska Miner The, F. H. Nowell agent, Crock- 
er Bldg. 

ALASKA PACKERS' ASSOCIATION 
Henry F. Fortmann president, W. B. Brad- 
ford secretary, office 308 Market 

ALASKA TREADWELL GOLD MINING CO. 
(Douglas Island, Alaska) William Alvord 
president, A. T. Corbus secretary and 
treasurer, 25-26 Mills Bldg., 7th floor, tel. 
Main 404 

Alatorre Guillermo Z., barber Lawrence & 
Graham, r. 720 Peralta Av. 

Alb August, electrician Will & Flnck Co., r. 
315% Jessie „ 

Alban William J., starter Sutter St. Ry., r. 
213% Austin 

ALBANY BREWERY 

Hacemaiin Brewing Co. proprietors, 271- 
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Albarello John L. (L. J. Camponenosi & Co.) 
r. 534 Green 

Albarn Felix, r. 1056 Pacific 

Albars Peter (Kraft & Albars) r. 100^ Jack- 
son 

Albatson C, with Standard Oil Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Albee John W., stock raiser, r. 2658b Market 

Albee Lincoln, driver, r. 601 Plymouth Av. 

Albemarle House, Mrs. Lizzie Irvine propr., 8 
Mason 

Alben Oscar, bartender C. P. Kaiser, r. 294, 
7th 

Albents John G., seaman str. Valencia 

Alber Catherine Mrs., delicacies, 216, 2(i 

Alber Bmil, liquors, 253, 3d, r. 216, 2d 

10"Alberg. See Elberg 

Alberga Benjamin J., bootblack P. Leach, r. 
804% Geary rear 

Alberga George B., barber, r. 636 Commercial 

Alberger C. Ranny, with William 0. Alberger, 
r. 2221 Pacific Av. 

Alberger William C, consulting civil engi- 
neer. 315 California, r. 2221 Pacific Av. 

Alberger William R., chief clerk asst. TrafBc 
Manager's office Santa Fe system, 321 

Alberht Frederick, cook, r. 638 Jessie 

Alberigi D. & Co. (Demetrio Alberigi and Al- 
fredo Pellegrini) wood, coal and charcoal, 
313 Broadway 

Alberigi Demetrio (D. Alberigi & Co.) r. 313 
Broadway 

Alberigi Demetrio, driver Alberigi & Fran- 
ceschl, r. 1017 Powell 

Alberigi Peter (Alberigi & Franceschi) r. 824 

Alberigi & Franceschi (Peter Alberigi and 

Giacinto Franceschi) wood and coal, 920 

Stockton 
Albers August (Albers & Schmidt) r. Alameda 
Albers B. Marcus, solicitor Fireman's Fund 

Ins. Co. r. 2721 Hyde 
Albers Carl W., clerk Albers & Schmidt, r. 

Alameda 
Albers Charles, r. 757 Harrison 
Albers Hans, bartender Herman Roth, r. 244 

Sutter . „ ... 

Albers Henry, driver Micheelsen & Both, r. 

12341/2 York 
Albers Henry, laborer, r. 631 Wisconsin 
Albers Hermann (Albers & Huslng) r. 2815 

Bush „ , ,,. 

Albers Thomas A., clerk Albers & Schmidt 
Albers & Husing (Hermann Albers and Rich- 
ard Huslng) wood, coal and grain, 2403 and 

2634 Bush 
Albers & Schmidt (August Albers and Henry 

Schmidt) oyster saloon, California Market 

Cr Albers. See Alpers 

Albersdorfer Theresa, widow, r. 1009 Valencia 
Albert Carl, clerk Hermann D. Junck, r. 3696, 

17th 
Albert Charles (Albert & Paulsen) r. 32% 

Langton 
Albert Charles, musician, r. 32% Langton 
Albert Ellsworth, asst. O'Connor, Moftatt & 

Co., r. 4316, 25th 
Albert GUstav, dyeing and cleaning, 211 Ellis 
Albert Heinrlch, watchmaker Shreve & Co., r. 

4321, 21st _ „ 

Albert Hermann (Albert & Poll) r. 137 Tre- 

mont Av. 
Albert Hyman, glazier, r. 950 Folsom 



Albert James B., driver XL Dairy Co., r. 4316, 

25th 
Albert Lewis I., manager Lewis & Co., 101 

Spear, r. 148A Tehama 
Albert Maria Mrs., laundress A. Vallon, r. 821 

Albert Sibylla, widow, r. 3478, 25th 

Albert William, capitalist, r. 231, 3d 

Albert William, laborer Am. Biscuit Co., r. 

1711 Mason 
Albert & Paulsen (Charles Albert and Aman- 
dus Paulsen) music bureau, St. Ann's Bld'g. 
Albert & Poll (Hermann Albert and Diedrich 

Poll) wood and coal. 1739 Waller 
Alberti Antonio, tuner Kohler & Chase, r. 

East Oakland 
Alberti Domenico A., dental student, r. 2027 

Polk 
Alberti Francisco, tuner Byron Mauzy, r. 2027 

Polk 
Alberti Frank J., clerk Railway Mail Service, 

r. Lorin, Cal. 
Alberti George F., shipping clerk Neustadter 

Bros., r. 2234, 15th 
Alberti George W., compositor, r. 1714 Market 
Alberti Lawrence B., clerk Neustadter Bros., 

r. 1714 Market 
Albertin Julie, widow, r. 917 Larkin 
Albertine Charles, longshoreman, r. 440% Jes- 
sie rear 
Alberts Charles, master mariner, r. 245. 7th 
Albertson B. K.. architect and builder, 950 

Howard, r. 1353 Howard 
Albertson J. Armstrong, physician, 135 Powell, 

r. Hotel PleasantoQ 
Albertson L., seaman, r. 22 East South 
Albertson William B., carpenter, r. 17 Harriet 
Albertz F., wine merchant, r. 126 Ellis 
Albin A. Alamo, agent Wessell & Glaser, r. 

1926 Market 
Albin George, stove mounter Steiger & Kerr, 

r. 1623 Devisadero 
Albin Louis, liquors, 1000 Potrero Av. 
Albino Germane, seaman, r. 411 Pacific 
Alblnson Alfred (Albinson & Jorissen) r. 234 

O'Farrell 
Albinson & Jorissen (Alfred Albinson and 
Richard Jorissen) restaurant, 234 O'Far- 
rell 
Albion Ale and Porter Brewery. Burnell & 
Co.. proprs., 9th Av. South, bet. G and H, 
office 409 Battery 
AliBION I.XJMBEB. CO. 

George G. Wilcox president, Herbert E. 
Wilcox vice-president. Miles Standish sec- 
retary. 43 Crocker Bldg., yards 6th and 
Channel 
Albora Luigi, r. 412 Filbert 
Albora Madeline Mrs., notions, 300 Montgom- 
ery Av.. r. 412 Filbert 
Albora Maurice, r. 412 Filbert 
Albora Rudolfo. bookkeeper, r. 412 Filbert 
Alborelle Toney L., clerk Postofflce, r. 119 

Larkin 
Alborelli Esperanza Mrs., r. 608 Filbert 
Albouze Antonio, cook, r. 19 Stockton PI. 
Albouze Henri, tanner Legallet-Hellwlg Tan- 
ning Co. 
Albrecht Albert, waiter, r. 1907 Stockton 
Albrecht Cassimer, apprentice Union Iron 

Wks., r. 47% Belcher 
Albrecht Edward J., barber, 2892, 16th 
Albrecht Eliza, widow, r. 2836 Harrison 
Albrecht Ellen, widow, r. 3 Alice 
Albrecht Ernest C. W.. r. 417 Kearny 
Albrecht Trederick, cook P. & J. 

Knight, r. 638 Jessie 
Albrecht Fredericka Mrs., lodgings. 20, 7th 
Albrecht George W. F., sawyer, r. 2836 Harri- 
son 
Albrecht Harry, barber, r. 9, 7th 
Albrecht Henry C, painter, r. 28 Hancock 
Albrecht John, tailor. 519 Bush 
Albrecht Joseph, laborer, r. 320 Langton rear 
Albrecht Joseph, tinner, r. 2939 Mission 
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Albrecht Lily Mrs., r. 2970, 22d 

Albrecht Louis, rooter, r. 2836 Harrison 

Albrecht Martin, wood, coal, hay and grain, 
1094 Valencia, r. 1009 Valencia 

Albrecht Mary Miss, dyer, r. 2S36 Harrison 

Albrecht Michael, expressman, SVi'. cor. Geary 
and Grant Av., r. 2939 Mission 

Albrecht Relnhold, barber W. G. Seppich, r. 
9, 7th 

Albrecht Richard, steward, r. 1831, 15th 

Albrecht William, fireman, r. 3 Alice 

Albrefczenski John, laborer Golden Gate Park, 
r. 32 Belcher 

Albright Catherine, domestic, 2524 Howard 

Albright George W., chief clerk depot Quar- 
termaster, 36 New Montgomery, r. Oakland 

Albright G. Frank, salesman W. W. Montague 
& Co.. r. Fruitvale 

Albright Harry A., clerk local freight office 
S. P. Co., r. 53 South Park 

Albright James O.. salesman, r. 638 Folsom 

Albright John, butcher r. 624 Washington 

Albright John T., salesman Hawley Bros. 
Hardware Co., r. Fruitvale 

Albright Joseph J., cornicemaker W. Heidt 
Cornice Wks., r. 1001 Folsom 

Albright William D., bookkeeper Western 
Rubber Co., r. Fruitvale 

Albro John P., Inspector U. S. Customs, r. 1715 
Broderick 

Alcaraz Jacob, expressman, NW. cor. Vallejo 
and Montgomery Av. 

ALCATRAZ ASPHALT CO. 

W. N. Cowles president, A. C. Ferry sec- 
retary. 215 Crocker BIdg. 

ALCATRAZ CO. THE 

W. N. Cowles president, A. C. Ferry sec- 
retary. 215 Crocker Bldg. 

Alcatraz Island Light House Station, Benja- 
min F. Leeds keeper. Alcatraz Island 

Alcayaga Alfred A., machinist Pope Mfg. Co., 
r. 140a Fell 

Alcayaga Edward, r. 140a Fell 

Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 

ALCAZAB THEATRE 

Frederic Belasco lessee, Mark Thall man- 
ager, 116 O'Farrell 

Alchorn Belle Miss, tailoress, r. 923% Mission 

Alden Aaron, millhand, r. 860 Howard 

Alden Annie Mrs., nurse, r. 2756 Bush 

ALDEN BERTRAM F. 

physician and surgeon, office 926 Sutter, 
hours 10 a. m. to 1 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m., 
tel. Hyde 2201, r. 2207 Post, tel. Pine 3251 

Alden Charles, engineer Sutter St. Hammam 
Baths 

Alden Charles W., blacksmith Union Iron 
Wks.. r. 44, 3d 

Alden Edith, domestic, 1814 Baker 

Alden George H., salesman, r. 1167 Oak 

Alden Oliver, porter Hotel St. Nicholas, r. 9 
Meacham PI. 

Alden Samuel B., gardener G. G. Park, r. 1616 
Hayes 

Alden Thomas, cook New Wisconsin Hotel, r. 
902 Montgomery 

Alden Victoria, widow, r. 2207 Post 

Alderman Oscar, teamster, r. 23 Aileen Av. 

Alderney Farm, Peter T. Wolff propr., 509 
Naples 

Aldersley Alice, agent, r. 24 Page 

Aldersley Edwin, engineer, r. 26 Page 

Alderson Annie Mrs., teacher John Swett 
Grammar School, r. 559 Fell 

Alderson David H., employe U. S. Mint, r. 
107 Turk 

Alderson Frederick L., com. hardware, iron 
and steel, 23 Davis, r. 2628 Sacramento 

Alderson Harry E., student, r. 559 Fell 

Alderson John A., dentist G. W. Kleiser, r. 317 
Eddy 

Alderson William B., cigars and tobacco, 242 
Kearny, r. 304 Stockton 

Alderson William H.. clerk Ticket Auditor's 
dept. S. P. Co.. r. 559 Fell 

Aldlne The, Mrs. Mary Davis propr., 404 Turk 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker, r. 3 Brooks 




Aldis John, sal-soda maker Newell & Bro., r 

1452 San Bruno Av. 
Aldock Martin, cook G. Radovich 
Aldrjch Claud B., clerk Edmund K. Aldrich 

r. 2 Hotf Av. 
Aldrich Edmund K., groceries and liquors 

3049, 16th, r. 2 Hoff Av. 
Aldrich Frederick D., conductor Cal. St. RR. 

r. 1830 Hyde 
Aldrich John D., clerk Edmund K. Aldrich, r, 

2 Hoff Av. 
Aldrich L. Mrs., widow, r. 829 Pine 
Aldrich Marion, widow, r. 1479, 15th 
ALDRICH STUART 

superintendent money order division Post- 
office, office NW. cor Washington and 

Battery, r. 829 Pine 
ALDRICH WILLIAM F. 

secretary Parke & Lacy Co., 21-23 Fre- 
mont, r. 829 Pine 
Aldridge Orville, teamster M. O'Brien, r, 22 

Minna 
Aldridge Peter J., porter, r. 21 Clyde 
Alduato Hector, dental student, r. 225 Geary 
Aleksich Gregory, porter J. Ivancovich & Co., 

r. 426% Broadway 
Aleton Mary, widow, r. 22 Hunt 
Alexander A. Austin, pressman Geo. L. Claus- 

senius Co., r. 158 Lexington Av. 
Alexander Abraham, plumber, r. 736 Geary 
Alexander Acheson, salesman Goldberg, Bow- 
en & Co., r. 826 Bush 
Alexander Alex, fruits, 506 Market, r. 25 

Minna 
Alexander Alice, widow, r. 307 Larkln 
Alexander Alvin B.. Pac. Coast representative 

U. S. Fish Commissioners, Academy of 

Sciences BIdg. 
Alexander Andrew, shipwright, r. 414 Brannan 
Alexander Archibald McI., clerk, r. 1919 Web- 
ster 
Alexander Arthur P., porter Gray & Barbleri, 

r. 1533 Taylor 
Alexander Bernard T., bookkeeper Heller, 

Bachman & Co.. r. 3021 Washington 
Alexander C, stevedore P. M. SS. Co. 
Alexander Charles, cook, r. 510 Mission 
Alexander Charles, 3d officer str. Humboldt, r. 

1300% Stockton 
Alexander Charles M., salesman W. P. Fuller 

& Co., r. Alameda 
ALEXANDER D. E. 

attorney-at-law, 162 Crocker BIdg., r. 1775, 

15th 
ALEXANDER DAVID G. 

secretary and treasurer Welch & Co., 220 

California, r. Alameda 
ALEXANDER EDGAR 

manager insurance department Parrott & 

Co., 304 California, r. Sausalito 
Alexander Edward, coalpasser str. Senator 
Alexander Edward, plumber, r. 736 Gearj- 
Alexander Edwin S., asst. foreman composing 

room Call, r. 814 Hayes 
Alexander EUinor L. Mrs., r. 20 Perry 
Alexander Ernest, policeman, r. 819 Bush 
Alexander Ezekiel, master str. Santa Rosa, r. 

Oakland 
Alexander F., messman str. Australia 
Alexander F. Mrs., r. 700% Bush 
Alexander Felix, secondhand clothing, 604 

Mission 
Alexander Frank A., r. 43 Van Ness Av. 



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Alexander Frederick, waiter, r. 1124V^ Folsom 
Alexander Frederick P., carpenter, r. 2320 Fil- 
bert 
Alexander George, clerk, r. 709V4 Harrison 
Alexander George, manager Concord Woolen 

Mills, 516 Market, r. 805 Pine 
Alexander George, tailor, r. 15091^ Geary 
Alexander George W., pressman Chronicle, r. 

1717 Webster 
Alexander George Webb, president Alexander- 
Yost Co., 401 Market, r. Oakland 
Alexander Golda, widow, r. 1268 O'Farrell 
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grain dealer, 421 California, r. 1015 Morton, 
Alameda 
Alexander Harry, manager Alexander & Kohn, 

r. 1526 Webster 
Alexander Harry C, painter J. St. Denis & 

Co., r. 2217 Greenwich 
Alexander Henry, with Cafe Royal, r. 128, 7th 
Alexander Hiram H. C. paperhanger, r. 2320 

Filbert 
Alexander H. J., lumber dealer, r. 43 Van 

Ness Av. 
Alexander Isaac, expressman NW. cor. Mis- 
sion and 5th, r. 107 Langton 
Alexander Isadore, clerk Raphael Weill & Co., 

r. 236 Powell 
Alexander Jacob, carpet layer and upholsterer, 

r. 1432a Post 
Alexander Jacob A., r. 1322 Fillmore 
Alexander Jacob M., upholsterer, r. 2911, 16th 
Alexander James (Alexander & Kohn) r. 1526 

Webster 
Alexander James, solicitor Pennsylvania Fire 

Ins. Co.. r. 918 Vallejo 
Alexander James B., carpenter, r. 510 And- 

over Av. 
Alexander James J., barber, r. 4039, 26th 
Alexander Jane Mrs., r. Old People's Home 
Alexander Jeanette, widow, r. 1919 Webster 
Alexander Jennie L. Miss, stenographer Land 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 643 Geary 
Alexander Jesse L., 2d ofBcer str. Columbia, r. 

1142 Howard 
Alexander John, salesman, r. 110 Eddy 
Alexander John E. (R. S. Alexander & Son) r. 

San Rafael 
Alexander John McL., foreman, r. 1819 Web- 
ster 
Alexander Jonathan, mining engineer, r. 1717 

Baker 
Alexander Joseph (Charles Kellus & Co.) r. 

2311 Broadway 
Alexander Judith, widow, r. 42 Valley 
Alexander Julius, barber Frank Wells, r. 

Empire House 
Alexander Julius M., clerk forwarding dept 

Wells Fargo & Co., r. 230 Kearny 
Alexander Joseph, stevedore P. M. SS. Co. 
Alexander K. Mrs., seamstress Weinstock, 

Lubin & Co., r. 202 Grove 
Alexander Katie Miss, packer Am. Biscuit 

Co., r. 246, 6th 
ALEXANDER L. & M. & CO. 

(Leo E. and Michael S. Alexander) agents 

Smith Premier Typewriter, typewriters' 

supplies and manufacturers rubber stamps, 

110 Montgomery 
Alexander Laura, widow, r. 1432a Post 
Alexander Leo, ins. broker and secretary 

Bushman Gold Mining Co., 320 Sansome, r. 

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Alexander Leo E. (L. & M. Alexander & Co.) 
r. Hotel Granada 

Alexander Louis, laborer engineer's dept. U. 

S. A. 
Alexander Louis L.. salesman Raphael Weill 

& Co.. r. S19 Bush 
Alexander Louise, domestic, 2964 Pine 

Alexander Maternity Cottage. See Hospital 
for Children and Training School lor 
Nurses 

Alexander Max, (Max Alexander 

r. 1432a Post 
Alexander Max & Ci 
liquors, 505 Kearny 

Alexander Michael S. (L. & M. Alexander & 
Co.) r. Hotel Granada 

Alexander Mitchell, compositor, r. 191. 7th 

Alexander Moses, upholsterer A. G. Kleinert, 
r. 314 Langton 

Alexander O. A., engineer S. P. Co., r. 1610, 
16 th 

Alexander Pauline, widow, r. 30 Hanover PI. 

Alexander Peter G., salesman Pope Mfg. Co., 
r. 1304 Pine 

Alexander Philip, cigars, r. 3021 Washington 

Alexander Rae Miss, teacher Franklin Gram- 
mar School, r. 1526 Webster 

Alexander Ray P., r. 3021 Washington 

Alexander Richard G., salesman, r. 239 O'Far- 
rell 

Alexander Robert, clerk, r. 1919 Webster 

Alexander Robert, laborer, r. 670 Walnut Av. 

Alexander Robert, liquors, cor. 5th Av. South 
and K 

Alexander Robert J., salesman Pac. Shirt Co., 
r. 21 Scott 

Alexander Robert S. (R. S. Alexander & Son) 
r. San Rafael 

Alexander Rosie. widow, r. 2320 Filbert 

Alexander R. S. & Son (R. S. and John E.) 
Pac. Coast agents Rhode Island. Perkins 
Horseshoe Co., 35 Steuart 

Alexander Samuel, with L. & M. Alexander & 
Co., r. Hotel Granada 

Alexander Samuel J., nursery, 132 Sherman 
Av. 

Alexander Samuel T. (Alexander & Baldwin) 
r. Oakland 

Alexander Sarah Miss, student, r. 4039, 26th 

Alexander Selig, r. 1509% Geary 

Alexander Simon, porter Standard Biscuit Co. 

Alexander Simon, salesman, r. 1526 Webster 

Alexander Susanne E. Miss, stenographer, r. 
324 Jones 

Alexander Thomas G., porter Dunham, Car- 
rigan & Hayden Co., r. 21 Scott 

Alexander Tina, widow, r. 10 Sunny Court 

Alexander Wallace, manager Board of Lum- 
ber Inspection, 9 Mission, r. 2523 Gough 

Alexander Wallace M. (Alexander & Baldwin) 
r. Oakland 

Alexander Walter C, laborer, r. 2404 Green- 
wich 

Alexander William, clerk, r. 1919 Webster 

Alexander William, gripman Market St. Ry., 
r. 514 Shrader 

Alexander William, laundryman, r. 1911 Mis- 
sion 

Alexander William F., painter, r. 303 Plxley 

Alexander William H., r. 915 Pacific 

Alexander William H. Jr.. wrapper Wein- 
stock, Lubin & Co., r. 916 Pacific 

Alexander William J., liquors, SE. cor. Green- 
wich and Baker, r. 2817 Greenwich 

Alexander William S., clerk accounting dept. 
S. P. Co.. r. 315 Leavenworth 

Alexander- Yost Co.. George Webb Alexander 
president, hardware, 401 Market 

Alexander & Baldwin (Samuel T. Alexander, 
Henry P. Baldwin, Wallace M. Alexander, 
Joseph P. Cooke and J. B. Castle) shipping 
and com. merchants, 308 Market 

Alexander & Kohn (James Alexander & Henry 
Kohn) mfrs. pants and vests, 20 Sansome 

Alexandre Joseph, agent, r. 1622 Buchanan 

Alexandria The, 781 Sutter. See Hotel Alex- 
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Alf William, conductor Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1129 Gilbert 
Alf John, seaman, r. 335 Broadway 
Alfaros Anton, steward A. J. Kosta, r. 594 

Stevenson 
Alferitz George C, manager Dellepiane & Co., 

425-427 Battery, r. 620 Green 
Alteritz Henry, clerk Dellepiane & Co., r. 620 

Green 
Alteritz Susan, widow, r. 620 Green 
Alfleri Joseph, baker, r. 241 Minna 
ALFONSO CARMEN MISS 

teacher Spanish and English, 1021 Sutter 
Alfonso Concepcion, widow, r. 1021 Sutter 
Alfonso Jose H., student, r. 1021 Sutter 
Alfora Anthony (N. Condogeorge & Co.) r. 

227, 6th 
Alford Joseph G., printer J. W. Roberts, r. 

1421/., 4th 
Alford Thomas F., janitor James Lick Baths, 

r. 27b Kissling 
Alford William, printer, r. 142, 4th 
ALFORD WILLIAM H. 

attorney-at-law, 508-515 Clunie Bldg., tel. 
Bush 71, r. 1114 Post 
Alfred Leone, widow, dressmaking, 844 Broad- 
way 
Alfs Carl J., salesman Naber, Alfs & Brune, r. 

406 Oak 
ALFS WILLIAM 

(Naber. Alfs & Brune) r. Alameda 
Algar Frank, carpenter, r. 601 Jones 
Algeo James, shoemaker, 831 Bryant 
Algeo Thomas H., tanner John Counlhan & 

Son, r. 127, 7th 
Alger Elizabeth H., widow, r. 1407 McAllister 
Alger James, teamster, r. 115 Gilbert 
Alger Oliver E., engineer S. P. Co. 

Howard 
Algo Joseph, tailor, r. 624, 7th 
Algren Andrew, blacksmith, r. 2212, 23d 
Algren John, carpenter, r. 2701 Harrison 
Algren John R., carpenter, r. 2701 Harrison 
Algren W. W., marine engineer, r. 2701 Har- 
rison 
C?" Algren. See Ahlgren 

Alhambra Theatre, NB. cor. Eddy and Jones 
Aliamus Victor, driver, r. 428 Broadway 
Alila Land Co., 624 Market 
Alina Colony (Merced) office 220 California 
Alisky Charles, photographer, 916 Market 
Alison Charles N., brassflnisher W. T. Gar- 

ratt & Co., r. 21 Gilbert 
Alison Charles S., machinist Union Iron Wks., 

r. 1219 Mission 
Alison William, marine engineer, r. 3431 Sac- 
ramento 
Alison William H., engineer, r. 4122, 26th 
C7" Alison. See Allison 
Alkalay Joseph, diamond setter, 126 Kearny. 

r. Berkeley 
Alkalay Marion, r. 707 Bush 
Alkne Frederick, seaman str. Bristol 
Alkus Emil, boots and shoes, 122, 6th, r. 1126 
Buchanan ^ „.„ „. 

All Hallows Church (R. C.) Rev. D. O Sulli- 
van pastor, cor. 16th Av. South and N 
Allaire Frederick, bench hand Townley Bros. 

r. 2013 Folsom .„,.„„ 

Allaire J. W., clerk Raphael Weill & Co., r 

19 Hickory Av. 
Allan Alfred D., mining, r. 1507 Geary 
Allan Blanche A., clerk Am. Tract Soc, r 

828 McAllister ,,„, „ 

Allan Charles F., stereotyper, r. 1507 Geary 
Allan Clarence, clerk Raphael Weill & Co., r 

425 Noe 
Allan Fannie B. Miss, bookkeeper Jones Bros, 

& Co., r. Belmont, Cal. 
Allan Gertrude. J., bookkeeper Levison Print- 
ing Co.. r. 425 Noe 
Allan James (Knierr & Allan) r. 1708, 12th Av. 

South 
Allan James A., shipping clerk Jones Bros. & 

Co., r. Belmont, Cal. 
Allan Jesse C. stenographer Dodge. Sweeney 
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ALLAN JOHN D. 

manager Jones Bros. & Co., SE. cor. 2d 
and Brannan, r. Belmont 
Allan Robert, musician, r. 2731 Folsom 
Allan Robert E., clerk Christian Froelich, r. 

607 Diamond 
Allan Robert F., salesman George McNamee, 

r. 425 Noe 
Allan Robert I., mill foreman Cal. Barrel Co. 

r. 3327. 18th 
Cy Allan. See Allen and Allyne 
Allanson John, electrical engineer Union Iron 

Wks., r. 237 Texas 
CyAllard. See Ellard 
Allardt Charles F., draughtsman Krogh Mfg. 

Co., r. Oakland 
ALLARDT GEORGE F. 

civil engineer, 420 California, rooms 17-18, 
r. 1127 Linden, Oakland 
Allardyce Alexander, r. 1315 Hyde 
Allardyce Alexander Jr., salesman Emporium, 

r. 1515 Hyde 
Allari Herman (J. Allari & Son) r. 710 Hyde 
Allari J. & Son (Joseph & Herman) delicacies, 

65-56 California Market 
Allari Joseph (J, Allari & Son) r. 710 Hyde 
Allari Louis G., butcher G. H. Richard, r. 121 

Morris Av. 
Allchin Thomas, teamster, r. 415 Brannan 
Alldach L. Henry, r. 304b Lily Av. 
Aildack Frederick D., manager Ocean Beach 

Pavilion, r. Seal Rock House 
Allec Jean (Alleo & Perpoli) r. 1019 Clay 
Allec & Perpoli (Jean Allec and Maximillian 

Perpoli) dyers. 124 Powell and 29 Taylor 
Allecq Eugene, live stock, r. 507 Pine 
Allegaert A., teamster Farnsworth & Ruggles, 

r. E. s. Florida bet. 15th and 16th 
Allegaert Charles, carpenter, r. E. s. Florida 

bet. 15th and 16th 
Allegaert Joseph, clerk, r. E. s. Florida bet. 

15th and 16th 
Allegaert Philip, machine hand Henry Fried- 

richs, r. B. s. Florida bet. 15th and 16th 
AUegrini Raffaello, propr. Hotel Del Campi- 

doglio, 408-412 Broadway 
Alleguede Germain, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co. 
Alleman Anna, matron, r. 328 Bryant 
Alleman Charles, groceries, 1126 Larkin 
Alleman John, butcher, r. 818^! Geary 
Alleman O. G., teamster, r. 1 Falmouth 
Allemand Hugues, bookkeeper, r. 509 Bush 
Allemand Malvina, ironer Marie Lepan, r. 536 

Valencia 
Allemand Pierre, ironer Marie Lepan, r. 636 

Valencia 
Allen A., longshoreman P. C. SS. Co. 
Allen Alamson R., painter, r. 19 Oak Grove 

Av. 
Allen Albert (Allen & Allen) r. 613 Jessie 
Allen Albert, conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 917 

Allen Albert J., stable foreman Market St. 

Ry.. r. 331 Guerrero 
Allen Alexander, weaver, r. 514 Shotwell 
Allen Alexander W., clerk, r. 1118 York rear 
Allen Alice G. Miss, stenographer Rosenberg 

Bros. & Co.. r. 501 Geary 
Allen A. M., journalist Chronicle, r. 432 Turk 
Allen Amos G., manager Central Park. r. 413 

Jones 
Allen Annie, widow, r. 1068 Howard 
Allen Annie, domestic, 106 Taylor 



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Allen Annie E. Miss, dressmaker, r. 1319% 

Broadway 
Allen Annie B. Mrs., r. 501 Geary 
Allen Anthony, laborer, r. 1913 Stockton 
Allen Arna E., widow, r. 921 Polk 
Allen Arthur, salesman, r. 3739, 16th 
Allen Arthur D., motorman S. F. & S. M. 

Elec. Ry., r. 36U, 26th 
Allen Arthur F., atty-at-law. r. 1970 Page 
Allen Arthur J., clerk freight auditor's dept. 

S. P. Co., r. 700 Jones 
Allen Austin S.. r. 711 Van Ness At. 
Allen Bertha, waitress Dennett's, r. 219 Mason 
Allen C. A., salesman Roos Bros., r. 915a Post 
Allen Cassandra 1.. Mrs., bakery. 1531 Sanchez 
Allen Catherine, widow, r. 952 Mission 
Allen C. E., seaman, r. Contra Costa House 
Allen Charles, engineer, r. 324 Jones 
Allen Charles, horseshoer J. B. Lacaze, r. 207 

Bay 
Allen Charles A., policeman, r. 1141 Point 

Lobos Av. 
Allen Charles E., master mariner, office 488 

Beale 
Allen Charles F., superintendent Main & 

Winchester, r. 406, 6th 
Allen Charles G. (Fitzpatrick & Allen) r. 

Newman, Cal. 
Allen Charles J., contractor, r. 3373, 17th 
Allen Charles L., clerk Cal. Title Ins. & Trust 

Co., r. Alameda 
Allen Charles M., draughtsman Fire Alarm 

and Police Tel., r. 3725, 16th 
Allen Charles N., clerk Cal. Powder Co., r. 

85S Mission 
Allen Charles N. 

245 King 
Allen Charles R. 

330 Golden Gate Av. 
ALLEN CHABIiES B. 

wholesale coal, 144 Steuart, tel. Main 1845, 

and Broadway Wharf, Oakland, r. 130, 9th. 

Oakland 
Allen Charlotte, widow, r. 110 Noe 
Allen Charlotte Mrs., r. Old People's Home 
Allen Christian C. H., druggist Howe's Phar- 
macy, r. 34 Grove 
Allen C. J., waiter, r. 252 Minna 
Allen C. J. Mrs., nurse, r. 1435 Steiner 
Allen Daniel, laborer, r. 527 Sacramento 
Allen David H., with S. F. Breweries, Ltd., r. 

2011 Bush 
Allen D. C, atty-at-law, r. 784% Harrison 
Allen Declan, blacksmith Carville Mfg. Co., r. 

1350 Folsom 
Allen Dora I. Miss, clerk Swayne, Hoyt & Co., 

r. 501 Geary 
Allen Dr. Mrs., chiropodist, 304 Stockton 
Allen E., laborer Wells, Russell & Co., r. 928 

Mission 
Allen E., 3d cook str. Newport 
Allen Edgar L., agent Newport 'Wharf and 

Lumber Co., 22 California, room 24, r. 1013 

Van Ness Av. 
Allen Edward Rev. S. J., vice-president St. 

Ignatius College, r. 214 Hayes 
Allen Edward, laborer, r, 942 Mission 
Allen Edward F., carpenter, r. 1205 Montgom- 
ery 
Allen Edward J., purser P. M. SS. Co., r. 802 

Shotwell 
ALLEN EDWARD T. 

president E. T. Allen Co., 416 Market, r. 

2204 Jackson 
Allen Edwin E., machinist, r. 243 Langton 



watchman W. W. Towle, r. 
painter O'Brien & Sons, r. 



Allen E. E., motorman Market St. Ry., r. 722 
Ivy Av. 

Allen Elisha L., teamster, r. 303 Jones 

Allen Ellen, widow, r. 1205 Montgomery 

Allen Elmer E., miner, r. 329, 6th 

ALLEN E. T. CO. 

E. T. Allen president, H. B. Skinner vice- 
president, P. B. Keller manager, firearms, 
ammunition, etc.. 416 Market 

Allen Ethan, mushman City and County Hos- 
pital 

Allen Eugene C, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 
808 Central Av. 

Allen Everett, r. 2409 Clay 

Allen Prank, teamster, r. 216, 2d 

Allen Frank A., harnessmaker, 862 Howard, r. 
455% Stevenson 

Allen Frank H., bookkeeper Joseph Dixon 
Crucible Co., r. Oakland 

Allen Frank H., compositor Mutual L. & L. 
Co., r. 211 Turk 

ALLEN EBANK H. 

president Allen & Higgins Lumber Co., 18- 
20 Spear, r. 306 Laurel 

Allen Frank M., car repairer, r. 924% Jack- 
son 

Allen Frank O., mechanic Market St. Ry., r. 
540 Central Av. 

Allen Frank P., laundryman, r. 48 Blake 

Allen Fred L., clerk Stanly, McKinstry, Brad- 
ley & McKinstry, r. 825 Geary 

Allen Frederick, laborer S. P. Co., r. 16, 13th 

Allen Frederick, molder, r. 517 Folsom 

Allen Frederick 0. (Allen & Looney) r. 613% 
Jessie 

Allen Frederick W., motorman S. F. & S. M. 
Elec. Ry., r. 1511 Dolores 

Allen George, waiter, r. 442 Jessie rear 

Allen George A., clerk, r. 776 O'Farrell 

Allen George A., distributor Electric Laundry, 
r. 4134, 26th 

Allen George E., salesman, r. 724 O'Farrell 

Allen George L., clerk Owl Drug Co., r. 10 
Willow Av. 

Allen George P., physician, 1049a Market, r. 
514 Lyon 

Allen George W., foreman A. Schilling & Co., 
r. 226, 3d A v. 

Allen George W., molder Vulcan Iron Wks., r. 
208, 5th 

Allen Gilbert, night watchman, r. 1443 Har- 
rison 

Allen Gilbert I., conductor Sutter St. Ry., r. 
917 Geary 

Allen George W., conductor, r. 19 Oak Grove 
Av. 

Allen Gustavus, teamster Sturdivant Bros., r. 
418% Grove 

Allen Harris C, draughtsman Percy & Hamil- 
ton, r. Oakland 

Allen H. B., foreman press room Call, r, Ala- 
meda 

Allen Harry E., engineer, r. 643% Natoma 

Allen Harry E., lamplighter S. F. Gas & Elec. 
Co., r. 68 Albion Av. 

Allen Harry I. E., bookkeeper, r. 1531 Sanchez 

ALLEN HENBY F. 

(successor to Allen & Lewis In S. F.) ship- 
ping and commission merchant, agent 
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co. and 
Atlas Assurance Co., 202 California, r. 
Ross Station, Marin (jo. 

Allen Henry G., dentist, 807 Sutter, r. 2309 
California 

Allen Henry W., clerk local freight office S. 
P. Co., r. Alameda 

Allen Herman, stevedore, r. 621 Chestnut 

Allen H. S., genl. manager Press Clipping Bu- 
reau, 510 Montgomery, r. Larkspur, Cal, 

Allen Hubert H., student, r. 222% Page 

ALLEN ISAAC P. 

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Allen J., teamster Union Transfer Co., r. 10, 

11th 
Allen James, bartender R. Porter, r. 516 

Kearny 
Allen James, laborer, r. 2 Illinois 
Allen James, laborer S. P. Co. 
Allen James, window cleaner, r. 1239 Market 
Allen James Jr., driver, r. 2 Illinois 
Allen James B., printer Chronicle, r. Oak- 
land 
Allen James B., propr. Pac. Hat Wks., 51, 5th 
Allen James D., with Examiner, r. 1531 San- 
chez 
Allen James G., agent Joseph Dixon Crucible 

Co., 304 Market, r. Oakland 
Allen James H., car inspector, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen James H., porter H. H. Shaw, r. 1522 

Polk 
ALLEN JAUES M. 

attorney-at-law, 305 Sansome, r. 3400 

Washington 
Allen Jane, widow, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen Jerome A., mfrs.* agent, Flood Bldg., r. 

Oakland 
Allen John. r. 78 Julian Av. rear 
Allen John, r. 663 Howard 
Allen John, r. ISWVi Broadway 
Allen John (Allen & Walsh) r. 772 Folsom 
Allen John, fireman Engine 7. r. 3134, 16th 
Allen John, musician, r. 1210 Larkin rear 
Allen John, teamster W. A. Miller & Co., r. 2 

Illinois 
Allen John D. . car repairer, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen John F., laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 333 

Louisiana 
Allen John G. R., pressman, r. 1531 Sanchez 
Allen John H., horseshoer, 1329 Mission, r. S25 

Geary 
Allen John J., cornicemaker. r. 216. 2d 
Allen John J., patrolman Morse's Patrol, r. 

2521 Harrison 
Allen John P.. law student F. J. Fallon 
Allen John R., salesman Simkins & Thorp, r. 

507 Shotwell 
Allen John S., salesman Roos Bros., r. 1463 

Guerrero 
Allen John W.. driver M. Dewltt & Co., r. 9% 

Verona PI. 
Allen John W., salesman, r. 329, 6th 
Allen Joseph, teamster, r. 2 Illinois 
Allen Joseph E., barber Stern & Clark, r. 211 ^4 

Polk 
Allen Joseph W. E., harness cutter Main & 

Winchester, r. 405, 6th 
Allen J. T., draughtsman Union Iron Wks. 
Allen Katie Miss, milliner, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen L., calker, r. 610 Folsom 
Allen Lalla T., widow, r. 2309 California 
Allen Lena, widow, r. 1417 Hyde 
Allen Lewis H.. secretary McCann, Belcher & 

Allen, r. East Oakland 
Allen Lizzie Mrs., r. Old People's Home 
Allen Lorenzo D.. carpenter, 1906 Buchanan 
Allen Lorenzo S., sample clerk Rosenberg 

Bros. & Co., r. 601 Geary 
Allen Lottie Miss, saleslady, r. 1020 Market 
Allen Louis C, art student, r. 2309 California 
Allen Louis J., chief engineer U. S. N., Union 

Iron Wks.. r. Paclflc-Union Club 
Allen Lydia E., widow, r. 240, 13th 
Allen M. Mrs., r. 2228 Howard 
Allen Mary, widow, lodgings, 8055,^ Howard 
Allen Mary, widow, r. 2005 Mission 
Allen Mary E., widow, r. 329. 6th 
Allen Mary G. Miss, teacher Girls' High 

School, r. 240. 13th 
Allen Mary G. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 776 O'Far- 

rell 
Allen Mary R.. widow, r. 639 O'Farrell 
Allen May Miss, dressmaker, r. 1049a Market 
Allen Melville, driver San Mateo Dairy, r. 

1020 Valencia 
Allen Meredith N., teamster A. H. Greenberg, 

r. 1423 Ellis 
Allen Merton C, journalist Chronicle, r. 827 

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Allen Michael, brass melter Union Iron Wk^., 

r. 633 Tennessee 
Allen Michael, clerk, r. 126 Rose Av. 
Allen Nathan, engineer New Hammam Baths 
Allen Nellie Miss, nurse, r. 1009 Sutter 
Allen Nellie G. Miss, r. 207 Larkin 
Allen Newton F.. teamster Edward Cuilen, r. 

NW. cor. Army and Missouri 
Allen Nicholas J., salesman Geo. W. Reld, r. 

1319% Broadway 
Allen Oliver P., bookkeeper Anglo-Cal. Bank, 

r. Oakland 
ALLEN FEBI E. 

attorney-at-law, 306 Pine, room 7, r. 632 

Geary 
Allen Peter J., boiler coverer Cat. Anti-Caloric 

Co.. r. Oakland 
Allen Peter W.. clerk Murphy, Grant & Co., 

r. 3250a, 25th 
Allen Philip G., student, r. 2309 California 
Allen R. Mrs., operator W. U. Tel. Co., r. 208 

Powell 
Allen Ray (Allen & Allen) r. 613 Jessie 
Allen Raymond G., barber J. Leverich, r. 226c 

Allen R. H. Mrs., r. 1812 Market 

Allen Richard, yardman W. G. Stafford & Co., 

r. 2611 Pine 
Allen Richard J., driver Chemical Engine 1, 

r. 216, 2d 
Allen Richard K., special agent Penn Mutual 

Life Ins. Co., r. Oakland 
Allen Richard S., receiver Market St. Ry., r. 

331 Guerrero 
Allen Robert O'H.. compositor Dewey Pub- 
lishing Co., r. 228, 15th Av. 
Allen Sablna Miss, teacher music, r. 1319% 

Broadway 
Allen Sadie Miss, telegraph operator, r. 595 

Geary 
Allen Samuel, secondhand furniture, 1134 

Howard 
Allen Samuel J., weigher R. Dunsmuir's Sons 

Co., r. 412 Scott 
Allen Sarah M. Mrs., clerk Postofflce, r. 1289 

Union 
Allen Susan, widow, r. 1716 Fillmore 
Allen Susan M. Miss, student, r. 595 Geary 
Allen Stewart, actor Alcazar Theatre, r. 938 

Van Ness Av. 
Allen Thaddeus R., helper Pulton Eng. & 

Ship Bldg. Wks.. r. 814 Montgomery 
Allen Thomas, marble polisher Vermont Mar- 
ble Co. 
Allen Thomas J., solicitor ins., 423 California 
Allen Walter M., clerk Railway Mail Service, 

r. 2605 Howard 
Allen W. F. Mrs., widow, r. 639 O'Farrell 
Allen W. H., fireman Market St. Ry., r. 842 

Alabama 
Allen W. H., purser str. San Bias 
Allen William, r. 2230 Howard 
Allen William, bartender What Cheer House, 

r, 527 Sacramento 
Allen William, chief engineer str. Doric, r. 

53 Noe 
Allen William, expressman, SE. cor. Polk and 

Pine. r. 15 PIxley Av. 
Allen William, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 936 

Filbert 
Allen William, wire worker, r. 2603 Hyde 
Allen William B., commercial editor Report, 

r. 657 Bush 
Allen William D., waiter, r. 824 Mission 
Allen William E., restaurant, r. 4 Martha PI. 



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Allen William H., fireman, r. 2S21, 22d 
Allen William L., lather, r. 611^ Natoma 
Allen William O., glove cleaner, r. 316 Hickory 

Av. 
Allen William R,, dental student, r. 438 Eddy 
Allen William R., seaman, r. 406 Brannan 
Allen William S., clerk Sperry Flour Co., r. 

63 Noe 
Allen William W. (Allen & Allen) 460 Parrott 

Bldg. 
Allen William W. Jr. (Allen & Allen) r. NW. 

cor. 10th Av. and L 
Allen & Allen( Albert and Ray) plumbers, 1122 

Mission 
ALLEN & ALLEN 

(William W. and 'William W. Jr.) attor- 

neys-at-law, 460-461 Parrott Bldg. 

ALLEN & HIGGINS LUMBER CO. 

Frank H. Allen president, James E. Hlgglns 
secretary and treasurer, hardwood lumber 
and veneers, 18-20 Spear 
ALLEN & LOONEY 

(Frederick C. Allen and Jeremiah Looney 
Jr.) plumbers and gasfltters, 314 O'Farrell, 
tel. Red 144 

Allen & Walsh (John Allen and James Walsh) 
liquors, bS'A City Hall Av. 

tC^ Allen. See Allan and AUyne 

AUenberg Charles, mining secretary, 206 San- 
some, r. 1136 Page 

AUenberg Edwin L., salesman Liggett & 
Myers Tobacco, r. 1136 Page 

AUenberg Leo, clerk, r. 1136 Page 

AUenberg Leopold, bookkeeper C. H. Meyer & 
Bros., r. 505 Devisadero 

AUender Harry, cigarmaker Clark & Co., r. 
824 Kearny 

Allendorf George, helper Eureka Boiler Wks., 
r. 317, 1st 

AUerton C. M., motorman Market St. Ry. 

Allerton S. Ellsworth, machinist, r. 824 La- 
guna 

Alley Charles, stairbuilder Lewis & Hassfur- 
ther, r. 232. 12th 

Alley Frederick L.. agent Goodyear Shoe Ma- 
chinery Co., 517-619 Market, r. 911 Van 
Ness Av. 

Alley Henry J., cooper P. Brondberg, r. 812 
Kearny 

Alle.v William H., carriage washer Holmes & 
Jenkins, r. 834 Devisadero 

Alley William H., stevedore, r. 224 Greenwich 

ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO. 

(London, Eng-.) Charles F. MuUlns manager, 
416-118 California 

Alliance Building, 418 California, Shalnwald. 
Buckbee & Co. agents. 218-220 Montgomery 

Alliance Building and Loan Association, A. 
Calmann secretary, 12 Montgomery 

ALLIANCE INSURANCE CO. LIMITED 

(of Berlin) Gutte & Frank managers Pa- 
cific Coast department, 303 California 

ALLIANCE MARINE AND GENERAL ASSUR- 
ANCE CO., LIMITED (of London) J. J. Moore 
& Co. agents, 418 California 

Alllata James, blacksmith P. H. Jackson & 
Co., r. 2 Essex PI. 

Allied Printing Trades Council, Walter Mal- 
loy president, Fred Ewald secretary, 320 
Sansome 

AUiguie Firmin, bakery, 2119 Taylor 



AUiman Morris T., barber Oberly & Schratt, 
r. 845 Mission 

Ailing George, marble cutter, r. 237 Sickles 
Av. 

Ailing George S. (John R. Blanchard & Co.) r. 
642 Jessie 

Allingham William, well borer, r. 3617 Army 

Allio Vincenzo, r. 8 Cadell Alley 

Allione Frank, cook, r. 2419 Clay rear 

Allione George, oysterman M. B. Moraghan 

Allione Henry, restaurant, 525 Montgomery 
Av., r. 2d Scotland 

(C?"AIllot. See Elliott 

Alliotto Salvatore, laborer Antone Fodera, r. 
7 Lafayette 

Allis Edmund C, salesman Hinz & Landt, r. 
414 Cole 

Allis Edward P. Co., machinery, 9 Fremont 

Allis Watson C, scale expert Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., r. 1614V4 Parker Av. 

Allison Arthur W., bookkeeper Lake & Co., r. 
1S41 Hyde 

Allison Benjamin, carpenter, r. 1016 De Haro 

Allison Charles P., switchman S. P. Co. 

Allison Daniel, secretary and librarian 
Knights of Pythias Library, 900 Market 

Allison David E., president The D. E. Allison 
Co., 601-509 Front, r. 2112 Broadway 

Allison David E. Jr., salesman The D. E. Al- 
lison Co., r. 2115 Broadway 

Allison D. E. Co. The. David E. Allison presi- 
dent, wholesale fruit and com. merchants, 
501-609 Front 

Allison Edmund L., bookkeeper, r. 2009% De- 
visadero 

Allison Edward, compositor, r. 4 Tonningsea 
PI. 

Allison Edward R., clerk The D. E. Allison 
Co., r. 2112 Broadway 

Allison Elizabeth, widow, r. 2009^4 Devisadero 

Allison Frank, machinery, r. 603 Stockton 

Allison Herbert, barber, r. 1543 Geary 

Allison J., fireman str. Mariposa 

Allison James, r. 338 Sunnyside Av. 

Allison James, oiler str. Colon 

Allison James G., r. 456 Guerrero 

Allison James H., bookkeeper Moore, Fergu- 
son & Co., r. 2009% Devisadero 

Allison John, machinist, r. 340 Sanchez 

Allison John, painter, r. 1029 De Haro 

Allison John C., printer, r. 59 Montgomery 
Block 

Allison Joseph, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 
806, 22d 

Allison Mary E., widow, r. 21% De Long Av. 

Allison, Neff & Co., John B. Nett president, 
farming implements, 222 Mission 

Allison Richard, driver, r. 527 Jessie 

Allison Sydney, with New England Mutual 
Life Ins. Co., r. 924 Greenwich 

Allison Theodore, laborer, r. 1006 Hampshire 

Allison Thomas, driver Jewett Bros., r. 1125 
Webster 

Allison Thomas S., r. 924 Greenwich 

Allison W. H., chief engineer str. Queen 

ICT Allison. See Alison 

AUman Carl, r. Folsom nr. Cortland Av. 

Allman Hanorah, widow, r. 2603% Howard 

Allman Margaret, widow, r. Reservoir Hill 

Allman Miles, employe Market St. Ry., r. 1226 
Lombard 

it^ Allman. See Almon 

Allport George J., bartender E. J. Wilson, r. 
634 Jessie 

AUselts Joseph R., painter Cal. Paint Co., r. 
2207 Mason 

Allseits Ottilie Mrs., janltrix Humboldt Pri- 
mary School, r. 4 Ivy Av. 

Allsop Robert R.. bricklayer, r. 436 Jessie rear 

AUsop Thomas, bookkeeper Miller & Lux, r. 
1051, 5th Av. South 

lEi^Allsop. See Alsop 

Allstead John, laborer, r. 607 Moultrie 

Allward William H., waiter, r. 309 Minna 

Allwell Reuben, tinner, r. 805% Howard 

Allwood Henry, wood carver, r. 950, 33d Ay. 
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Allyn Alice, widow, r. 3833, 21st 

AUyn Marie R. Mrs., r. 110 Hyde 

Allyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. NW. cor. 

Gough and Green 
ALLYNE & WHITE 

(John W. Allyne and William H. White) 

merchants. 316 Sacramento 
IC3" Allyne. See Allan and Allen 
Almada Domitila, widow, r. 120 South Park 
Almagia Giovanni ( Almagia & Patrlzi) r. 1822 

Powell 
ALMAGIA & PATBIZI 

(Giovanni Almagia and Ettore Patrlzi) 

editors and proprietors L'ltalia, 629 Wash- 
ington 
Almas Philip, machinist James L. Hicks, r. 

239 Shipley 
Almberg Charles, r. 1045 Market 
Alme Johann, engraver J. C. Irvine & Co., r. 

9 Fountain 
Almon David M. J., clerk, r. 2850. 22d 
AlmoQ Henry, salesman, r. 911^4 Mission 
Almon James, clerk, r. 325 Dore 
Almon William, cooper, r, 325 Dore 
tcy Almon. See Allman 
Almond Fred, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 815 

Capp 
Almond John, gripman Geary St. P. & O. RR., 

r. 521, 1st Av. 
Almont The, Mrs. E. H. Bedford propr., 1, 5th 
Almquest John A., shipjoiner Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1210 Hampshire 
Almquist Frank, carpenter, r. 8 Bond 
Almquist Karl, draughtsman Dow Steam 

Pump Wks.. r. 1151 Octavia 
Almquist Reinhold, clerk The Rosedale, r. 321 

Ellis 
ALMS HOUSE 

(City and County) E. A. Reddy superin- 
tendent, off Corbett Av. nr. Lake Honda 
Aloiras Raymond, marine fireman, r. 702 Val- 

lejo 
Alonso Jose, cigarmaker, r. 809 Filbert 
Alonzo M. A., r. 1302 Powell 
Alouvrie Charles, handicapper, r. 642 Geary 
Alpen William J., driver Blake, Moffltt & 

Towne, r. 234, 4th Av. 
ALPEB A. A. 

general manager Great Western Smelting 

and Refining Co., 217, 1st, r. 1113 Scott 
Alpern Max, salesman Mrs. M. Alpern, r. 1726 

O'Farrell 
Alpern Max Mrs., millinery, 1036 Market, r. 

1726 O'Farrell 
ALPEKS CHARLES 

president National Fertilizer Co., 405 

Montgomery, room 5, r. 706 Ivy Av. 
Alpers Charles W. , musician, r. 1711 Mason 
Alpers Claus, groceries and liquors, NE. cor. 

Polk and Pine, r. 1421 Polk 
Alpers George, groceries and liquors, 356-360, 

5th, r. 202 Clara 
Alpers John, painter, r. 4 Oak Grove Av. 
Alpers Peter, clerk, r. 1421 Polk 
Alpers Wilhelm, liquors, 370, 6th, r. 203 Clara 
IC^ Alpers. See Albers 
Alpha Consolidated Mill and Mining Co. (Gold 

Hill. Nev.) Charles B. Elliot secretary, 

Nevada Block 
Alpha House, Mrs. Laura D. Lufkin propr., 5 

Market 
Alpha Kindergarten, SW. cor. 4th Av. South 

and California 
ALPHA TRAINED NURSES AGENCY 

F. E. Goodban proprietor, 1117 Van Ness 

Av., tel. East 579 
Alpin Thomas (Alpin & West) r. 258 Minna 
Alpin & West (Walter E. West and Thomas 

Alpin) restaurant, 789 Mission 
Alprose Dairy, Charles Barmettler propr., 1504 

Dolores 
Alqulst Jacob, seaman, r. 334 Main 
ALSBERO SIGMUND 

proprietor Abbotstord Hotel, 1416 Broad- 
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Alsen's Portland Cement Works, Edmund 

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Alsenz Maria, widow, r. 1642 Post 
Alsin Albert, fisherman, r. 22 East South 
Alsina Arthur, porter, r. 726a Filbert 
Alsing A. N., driver Presidio and Ferries RR.» 

r. 1049 Union 
Alsing Peter, gripman Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1049 Union 
Alsip Effle J. Miss, r. 1609 Washington 
Alsop Albert W., distributor U. S. Laundry, 

r. 6 Virginia Court 
Alsop John S., agent La Grande Laundry, 6a 

Taylor, r. 535 Stevenson 
(C^Alsop. See AUsop 
Alston Frank, r. 610 Taylor 
Alston O. P., barber, cor. Ocean and Dela- 
ware Avs. 
Alstrom George, seaman, r. 1667 Mission 
Alstrom Tillie Mrs., coffee parlor, 1667 Mission 
Alt Bartholomew, laborer, r. 923^ Mission 
Alt Bernard, clerk, r. 719 Bay 
Alt Charles (Alt & Weiss) r. 1607 Leavenworth 
Alt Frank, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 62 Brie 
Alt Joseph, clerk, r. 719 Bay 
Alt Marguerite, widow, r. 719 Bay 
Alt & Weiss (Charles Alt and John M. Weiss) 

butchers, 1226 Pacific 
in? Alt. See Ault 
Alta Building and Loan Association, Sol J. 

Levy secretary, 304 Montgomery 
Alta California Fruit Co. (Hamburg) 220 Cal- 
ifornia 
ALTA CALIFORNIA PRINTING HOUSE 

W. A. Woodward & Co. proprietors, 12 

Sutter 
Alta Plaza, bet. Steiner and Scott, Clay and 

Jackson 
Alta Sierra Gold Mining Co., Samuel W. 

Cheyney secretary, 120 Sutter 
Alta Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) 

Julien B. Jacobus secretary, Nevada Block 
Alta Soap Co., William A. Engwer Jr. propr., 

109-111 Oregon 
Altaby John, laundryman J. Bedecarrats, r. 

2017 O'Farrell 
Altemus John, paper ruler H. S. Crocker Co., 

r. 130 Halght 
Altenberg Bertha Miss, teacher music, r. 736 

Grove 
Altenberg Frederick P. H,, cutter Standard 

Shirt Factory, r. 736 Grove 
Altenburg August, bookkeeper Raphael Weill 

& Co., r. 922 Greenwich 
Altenburg Pauline, widow, r. 922 Greenwich 
Altendorf Julius, grinder Pac. Saw Mfg. Co., 

r. Oakland 
Altendorf William, seaman, r. 12 Morris Av. 
Altenhoff Gustav H., gents.' furnishing goods, 

746 Laguna, r. Stockton, Cal. 
Altenhoff Gustav H., manager Gustav H. Al- 
tenhoff, r. 745 Laguna 
Altfleld Abel, r. 526a Natoma 
Altfleld Simon R., crockery, glassware, etc., 

11S3-11S5 Market, r. 617 Stevenson 
Althaus John, joiner, r. 212 Natoma 
Althaus John, stalrbuilder Lewis & Hassfur- 

ther, r. 2424 Mission 
Althausen George, pressfeeder Galloway Lith. 

Co.. r. Golden Gate, Cal. 
Althausen Harry, helper William F. Wilson, 

r. Oakland 
Alther Robert J., corks, bottles and druggists' 

sundries SE. cor. Ellis and Scott, r. 1S93 

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Althof Ernest, restaurant, 135 Powell, r. Oak- 
land 

Althof Herman, with Althof & Bahls, r. Oak- 
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Herman H. Bahls president, Rlcbard Bahls 
vice-president, Robert S. Gee secretary, 
hlank book manufacturers, bookbinders 
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owners Frey-Buscher flat-opening blank 
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Altman A. J., laundryman Hotel St. Nicholas 
Altman C, porter, r. 636 Commercial 
Altman Carrie, widow, r. 20 Sumner 
Altman Charles, tailor, r. 5 Moss 
Altman Henry, clerk S. N. Wood & Co., r. 20 

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Altmann Aaron, landscape and portrait paint- 
er, 1026 Sutter 
Altmann Charles (Abrams & Altmann) r. 425^^ 

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Altmann Emile, salesman, r. 946% Folsom 
Altmann Henry, locksmith, 936 Howard 
Altmann Jacob, tailor. 1024 Sutter, r. 1026 Sut- 
ter 
Altmann Louis, painter Stein The Painter, r. 

126, 4th 
Altmann Rosa Miss, dressmaker, r. 1026 Sutter 
Altmann William, groceries and liquors, 901 

Post, r. 1026 Sutter 
Altmark Jacob, teacher languages, r. 171, 7th 
Altmark Louis, salesman Rosenthal, Feder & 

Co., r. 1710 Octavia 
Altmayer Abraham, supt. Cahn, Nickelsburg 

& Co., r. 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Berthold, salesman Santa Clara 

Valley Paper Co., r. 615 Broderick 
Altmayer Hugo, electrician Smiths' Cash 

Store, r. 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Leo, cutter Cahn, Nickelsburg & 

Co., r. 1315V4 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Moses, r. 1315 O'Farrell 
Altmayer Rosalia, widow, r. 615 Broderick 
ALTON THOMAS 

secretary San Francisco Breweries Lim- 
ited, 240, 2a, r. Alameda 
Altoona Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co.. 
Cal.) Charles Allenberg secretary, 206 San- 
some 
Altozano Alice, widow, r. 2024 Taylor 
Altpeter Ellse, widow, r. 51 Haight 
Altschul Arthur, r. 1014 Geary 
ALTSCHUL CHARLES 

manager London, Paris and American 
Bank (limited) 1-3 Sansome, r. 2315 Sutter 
Altschul F., r. 1000 Sutter 
Altschul Hugo B., r. 1625 Webster 
Altschul Leopold, salesman, r. 1625 Webster 
Altschul Ludwig, real estate, 318 Clay, r. 2417 

Sutter 
Altschul Richard, with London, Paris and 

American Bank. r. 606 Sutter 
Altschul Rudolf C, r. 1625 Webster 
Altschul Sydney C. butcher A. Mayer, r. 1625 

Webster 
Altschuler Levi, real estate, r. 226 Devisadero 
Altvater Edward L., pressman Stanley-Taylor 

Co., r. 3517. 24th 
Altvater William F., printer, r. 3517, 24th 
Aluminum Novelty Co., Edward F. Beck 
manager, 110 Sutter 



ALVARADO FOUNDRY 

(Alvarado, Cal.) George H. Tay Co., pro- 
prietors. 49-53, 1st. 
Alvarado Juan, seaman str. San Juan 
Alvarado Pedro H., tinsmith Hoibrook, Mer- 
rill & Stetson, r. 1417 Stockton 
Alvarado Phillip, agent Pac. Mut. Life Ins, 

Co., r. 447 Natoma 
Alvares Joseph C, barber Peter D. Bernhard, 

r. Oakland 
Alvares Joseph I., policeman r. 515a Lombard 
Alvarez Antonio, boilermaker Union Iron 

Wks., r. 939 Pacific 
Alvarez Antonio, tinsmith Hoibrook, Merrill 

& Stetson, r. Alameda 
Alvarez Gabriela, widow, r. 939 Pacific 
Alves Clarence, barber Lehman & Burkhart, 

r. 724 Mission 
Alves Domingos. expressman, r. 14 Sonora 
Alves Frederick, director Morrison Lumber 

Co., r. 825 Hampshire 
Alves John A., machine hand ProU Reversible 

Window Co., r. 170 Clementina 
Alves Joseph, barber A. J. Cabral, r. 2195 

Powell 
Alves Joseph, barber, 1651 Market, r. 159 West 

Park 
Alves Joseph S., barber, r. 1023% Sutter 
Alvey Leonard A., physician, 112% Grant At., 

r. 2711% Sutter 
Alviso Charles, blacksmith C. Anderson, r. 

429, 6th 
Alviso William, laborer, r. 1871, 15th, Av. 

South 
ALVORD WILLIAM 

president The Bank of California, NW. 
cor. California and Sansome and Police 
Commissioner, r. 2548 Jackson 
Alwel! Patrick, laborer, r. Eastlake Hotel 
Amacher Jacob, hostler Boston Farm Dairy, 

r. 239, 7th 
Amador Frank M., canmaker George H. Tay 

Co., r. 1010 Washington 
Amador House. Mrs. Mary Froelich propr., 

1U3% Howard 
Amandolesa Giovanni, laborer, r. 22 Russell 
Amano K., secretary Consul of Japan, r. 1514 

Pine 
Amante Antonio, teamster, r. 8 Varennes 
Amante Salvatore, r. S Varennes 
Amaral Antone, 2d officer str. Tiburon, r. 

Tiburon 
Amaral Joseph, deckhand str. Tiburon, r. 

Tiburon 
Amaral Joseph S.. barber, 1509 Howard 
Amark B. Mrs., widow, r. 751 Laguna 
Amark Frederick L., bookkeeper R. Finking, 

r. 536 O'Farrell 
Amark Henry, compositor Valleau & Peter- 
son, r. 751 Laguna 
Amati Felix, waiter, r. 13 John 
Ambek Nicolai, watchman, r. 913 Harrison 
Amber Max, tailor, 26 Montgomery, r. 628 Mc- 
Allister 
Amberg Charles, porter Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Amberg Otto, porter Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hayden Co.. r. 1589 Market 
Amberger Teresa, domestic, 2407 Webster 
Ambler Alice E. Miss, milliner Miss Iva Mit- 
chell, r. 2004 Larkin 
Ambler Arthur B., salesman, r. 2004 Larkin 
Ambler Benjamin, salesman Langley & 

Michaels Co., r. 2004 Larkin 
Amblow Louis G.. waiter G. H. Richard, r. 

454 Clementina 
Ambridge Fred C. clerk Goodall, Perkins & 

Co., r. 733 Bush 
Ambriska Michael, laborer Risdon I. & L. 

Wks. r. 32 Shipley 
Ambrose Arthur B., plumber, r. 1012 Florida 
Ambrose Daniel, bricklayer, r. 615 Hayes 
Ambrose Edward, clerk, r. 1012 Florida 
Ambrose Henry, r. 615 Hayes 
Ambrose James, r. 615 Hayes 
Ambrose James T., plumber, r. 710 Natoma 
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Ambrose Philip, liquors, r. 616 Ellis 
Ambrose Stephen, confectioner, r. 14 Hayes 
Ambrose Thomas, r. 599 Ellis 
Ambrose W. H., clerk Railway Mail Service, 

r. Stockton, Cal. 
Ambrose William, paper cutter Mutual L. & 

L. Co., r. 3367, 26th 
Ambrose William F., r. 1405 McAllister 
Ambrozint Marco, pantryman, r. 1113 Kearny 
Ambrum Frederick, metal worker Conlin & 

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Amedee Edward C, deputy Sheriff, r. 419 

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AMELUNG JULIUS C. 

general commission mercliant, dealer 
wines and brandies and Pacific Coast 
agent Loew System Filter (Cleveland, 0.) 
ofBce 10 California, storage warehouses, 30 
Commercial and 41 Clay, r. 234 Capp 
Amend Jacob J., policeman, r. 426 Clementina 
Amendt Mary Mrs., tailoress. r. 1133 Florida 
Ament Albert H., miner, r. 420 Ellis 
Ament Rhoda J. Mrs., furnished rooms, 420 

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American and European Commission Co., 
Julius Xewman agent, 35 New Montgomery 
American Arithmometer Co., 303 California 

AMERICAN ASPHALT ROOFING CO. 

0, p. Sexton proprietor, asphalt roofs re- 
coated and rep£iired in first-class manner 
at fair rates, correspondence solicited, 
406 McAllister, telephone South 738 

American Association of Masters and Pilots of 
Steam Vessels, R. N. Pippy secretary. 
Ferry Bldg. 

AMERICAN BANK AND TRUST CO. OF SAN 
FRANCISCO, Edwin Fretwell president, f>. 
D. Baldwin vice-president. James J. Fagan 
cashier, John W. Farren secretary, NE. 
cor. Bush and Montgomery 

American Baptist Publishing Society, 637 Mar- 
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AMERICAN BISCUIT CO. 

Leon Sloss president. James Dunn vice- 
president and manager, William D. Claus- 
sen secretary, NW. cor. Battery and 
Broadway, salesroom 228 Front 

American Board Commissioners of Foreign 
Missions. Rev. Walter Frear Pac. Coast 
agent, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., r. Oakland 

AMERICAN BOOK CO. 

A. F. Gunn general agent, 204 Pine, tel. 
Main 1962 

AMERICAN BOXFACTORY 

(incorporated) Henry Euler Jr. president 
and manager, J. W. Bartholomew secre- 
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815-825 Brannan, tel. South 693 

AMERICAN BREWERY 

A. E. Kroenke manager, 725-727 Green, tel. 
Main 84S 

American Carbonic Acid Gas Co., 19 Stevenson 

AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE CO. 

(St. Louis, Mo.) Charles Christensen man- 
ager, B. Goodwin assistant manager. Pa- 
cific department 317 California 

American Circular Loom Co. (Boston) John 
R. Cole agent. Flood Bldg. 

American Composition Pipe and Pile Armor 
Co., A. W. Starbird secretary. Flood Bldg. 

AMERICAN CONDENSED MILK CO. 

main office 33 Luning Building, telephone 
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American Dairy, Nager Bros, proprs., 515 
Potrero Av. 

AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH 
E. F. Weihe superintendent, main office 
607 Market, branch offices 228 California, 
205 Sutter, Market, NW. cor. Taylor and 
Golden Gate Av., 839 Sutter cor. Leaven- 
worth, NW. cor. Valencia and 22d. 2407 
California. 2 Hayes, 100 Market, NE. cor. 
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and Front, C. P. RR. Bldg., room 18. 
Palace Hotel, Occidental. 319 Davis, The 
Emporium and 116 Powell 

American Encaustic Tiling Co. Ltd., William 
W. Funger Jr. agent, 308-310 Townsend 

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, 
cor. Market and Montgomery 

AMERICAN EXPORTERS' ASSOCIATION 

A. D. Cutler president. Ernst A. Denicke 
vice-president, office Safe Deposit Bldg., 
328 Montgomery 

American Faucet Co. The. John L. Howard 
president, office 401 California 

American Fire Insurance Co. (of Philadelphia) 
Edward Brown & Sons general agents, 
411-413 California rear 

American Fire Insurance Co. (New York) 
Lemuel B. Edwards manager Pac. Coast 
dept., 323 California 

American Forester Review (monthly) Jacob 
Label manager, 119 O'Farrell 

American Garbage Co. (S. Epstein and M. D. 
Levison) 120 Sutter 

American Glue Co., Painters' Supply Co. 
agents, 639 Mission 

American Guild, R. W. McGarvie supreme 
deputy, 19 Montgomery 

American Hard Rubber Co. (New York) 673- 
579 Market 

AMERICAN HOSIERY CO. 

Charles H. Hunter Pacific Coast agent, 35 
New Montgomery 

AMERICAN IMPORT CO. THE 

Samuel Weil president, Moritz Weil secre- 
tary, 13-15 Battery 

American Indicator Co. The, George W. Rey- 
nolds manager, 324 Pine 

American Insurance Co. (Newark, N. J.) 
Lemuel B. Edwards manager, Pac. Coast 
dept., 323 California 

American Insurance Co. (of Boston) Baggs & 
Stovel general agents. 411 California 

American Iron Works, John H. Carah propr., 
515, 6th 

American Legion of Honor, C. O. Burton 
grand secretary, St. Ann's Bldg. 

AMERICAN LINE 

New York and Southhampton (London) 
Philadelphia and Queenstown-Liverpool, 
G. D. Fahnestock general agent Pac. 
Coast, 30 Montgomery 

American Lithograph Co., Asa H. Waugaman 
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American Pegamoid Co. (N. Y.) Western 
Agencies Co. agents, 61-62 Chronicle Bidg. 

AMERICAN PRESS t ASSOCIATION 
M. D. Fairchild Jr. resident manager, 207- 
209 Sacramento 

American Process Engraving Co. (Harry R. 
Congdon) plioto-engravers, 304 Battery 

American Real Estate Co., Henry H. Haight 
agent, 5-6-7 Mills Bldg., 3d floor 

American Refrigerator Transit Co. (St. Louis, 
Mo.) L. M. Fletcher general agent, 212 
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American River Land and Lumber Co. (El 
Dorado Co.) H. P. Livermore president 
and general manager, Joshua Barker sec- 
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AMERICAN ROYAL MANUFACTURING CO. 
manufacturers the Royal Cooker — cooking 
without fuel— 1326 Market 

AMERICAN SALT CO. THE 

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manager, office 217 Sacramento, factory 
Beale St. Wharf, telephone Front 19 

American Samson, physician, 1244 Mission 

American Saw Co. (Trenton, N. J.) Henry 
Engels agent, 537 Mission 

American Sawdust Co., N. & W. J. Hottua 
proprs., 710 Folsom 

American Soda Water Works, Rooney & 
Zimmerman proprs., 924 Brvant 

AMERICAN STEEL AND WIRE CO. 
George H. Ismon manager, 225-227 Fre- 
mont 

AMERICAN SURETY CO. 

(of New York) James R. Garniss resident 
manager, Charles A. ShurtleCE resident 
secretary, George L. Seybolt inspector, 219 
Sansome, tel. Main 5119 

AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. 

(New York City) Daniel Bruton, Charles 
F, Mason and Coleman C. Williams man- 
agers, 204-206 Sacramento 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

Joseph Eastwood proprietor, manufac- 
turers well-boring tools, crank axles, 
foose-necks, steel and iron shafts, 
redger forging a specialty, 109-111 
Mission, telephone Main 5678 

AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY 

Luther H. Cary manager, publishers, 
booksellers and importers, 637 Market 

AMERICAN TRADING CO. THE 

importers, exporters and commission mer- 
chants, Milton H. Morse agent, 112 Cali- 
fornia 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO. 
E. H. Palmer manager, machinists and 
type founders and dealers presses and 
printers' materials, electrotypers. stereo- 
typers and wood engravers, 405-407 San- 
some 

American Union Fish Co., P. Marsicano presi- 
dent, Paul T. Sposito secretary, fish deal- 
ers, 513-519 Washington 

AMERICAN VARNISH CO. THE 

(Chicago) Frank H. La Faille Pacific 
Coast agent, manufacturers varnish and 
japan, 741 Mission 



AMERICAN WHIP CO. 

(Westfield. Mass.) Keyston Bros, agenta 
21, 1st 

American Wool and Cotton Reporter (weekly) 
Investor Publishing Co. publishers, 303 
California 

AMERICAN WRINGER CO. THE 
Louis Heilbroner general agent, 416 Ellis 

Ames Alfred, teamster, r. 541 Stevenson 

Ames Arthur L., engineer, r. 179 Russ 

Ames Benjamin F., teamster, r. 541 Stevenson 

Ames Benjamin F. Jr., carrier Postofflce, r. 
541 Stevenson 

Ames Benjamin H., clerk Dunham, Carrlgan 
& Hayden Co., r. Berkeley 

Ames Charles E., clerk, r. 641 Stevenson 

Ames Edwin E., salesman Studebaker Bros 
Mfg. Co., r. 232 Van Ness Av. 

Ames Edwin M.. salesman Hallwood Cash 
Register, r. 232 Van Ness Av. 

Ames Everett, atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., r. 
Oakland 

Ames F. H. Co., Frank H. Ames president, 
mfrs.' agents, Luning Bldg. 

AMES FISHER 

attorney-at-law, 600 and 617 E^xaminer 
Bldg., tel. Red 1761, r. 1898 Broadway 

Ames Frank H., president F. H. Ames Co., 
Luning Bldg., r. 2500 Green 

Ames Frank M., manager hotel dept. Nathan, 
Dohrmann & Co., r. 2500 Green 

Ames Fred F., salesman Jos. Fredericks & 
Co., r. 312 Stockton 

Ames George, joiner Schussler Bros., r. Oak- 
land 

Ames George H.. salesman Jos. Fredericks & 
Co., r. 704 Grove 

Ames George S., marine engineer, 36 East 
South 

Ames Henry, stevedore Excelsior Redwood 
Co., r. 735 Mission 

Ames Henry H. Jr., collector, r. 1033 Laguna 

Ames Howard C, porter Washburn & Moen 
Mfg. Co., r. 516a Central Av. 

Ames H. T. Mrs., widow, r. 1608 Vallejo 

AMES JAMES H. 

vice-president Ames & Harris, 100 Sacra- 
mento, r. Oakland 

Ames Jessie T. Miss, librarian Boys' Free 
Library and Reading Room, r. 1608 Vallejo 

Ames John F., with Ames & Harris, r. Port- 
land, Or. 

Ames Joseph V. (Cal. Bit Mfg. Co.) r. 1B28 
Pacific Av. 

AMES JOSIAH P. 

president Ames & Harris, 100 Sacramento, 
r. Oakland 

Ames J. Walker, accountant George F. Grant, 
r. 1309 O'Farrell 

Ames Louis, electrician, r. 138a. 4th 

Ames Martha J. Miss, teacher Baptist Chinese 
Mission, r. 933 Clay 

Ames Mary E., widow, r. 1106 Mason 

Ames Mary Miss, nurse Hospital for Children 

Ames Melvina, widow, r. 704 Grove 

Ames Nicholas C, solicitor P. G. Somps, r. 
537 Guerrero 

Ames Oscar H., cutter P. Tonner, r. Lorin 

AMES PELHAM W. 

secretary Spring Valley Water Works, 126 
Stockton, r. 1312 Taylor 

Ames Simon R., cigars and tobacco, 903 Lar- 
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Ames Tina, widow, r. 314^ Clementina 

AMES WORTHINGTON 

stock and bond broker, 138 Montgomery, 
tel. Black 2026, r. 1312 Taylor 

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J. P. Ames president, J. H. Ames vice-pres- 
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ers bags, tents, awnings, and importers 
bags and bagging materials, and dealers 
rubber clothing and Tower's oiled cloth- 
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Co., r. 431 Ellis 
Amidon Fred, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

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Amiot Amelia, widow, r. 2759 Harrison 
Amiot Charles A., house cleaner, r. 2769 Har- 
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Amiot Louise, saleslady Schumacher & Co., r. 

35 Verba Buena 
Amiraux Geller, bookkeeper, r. 2842 Mission 
Amiraux Peter, mining, r. 2842 Mission 
Amiraux Volney H., collector H. Wolfe, r. 

2842 Mission 
Ammann Adolph, r. 1344 Sacramento 
Ammann Adolph Jr., conductor Cal. St. RR., 

r. 1344 Sacramento 
Ammann Engelbert, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

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Farish secretary, 319 Pine 
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Montgomery Av., tel. Black 731 
Anchor Tailoring Co., Eugene J. Stoltz propr., 

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Amundsen Lena S. Miss, clerk Genl. Prelgnt 

office S. P. Co., r. 4246, 26th 
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r. 824 Montgomery 
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766 Folsom 
Anders George T., teamster, r. 1234 Mission 
Anders James, carpenter, r. 26 Turk 
Anderskou John, master mariner, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen A., laborer, r. 2120 Greenwich 
Andersen Andrew, laborer, r. 104 Mississippi 
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Andersen Arnt, master mariner, r. 242 Lexing- 
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Andersen August, seaman, r. 1121 Vermont 

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M. D. Fairchild Jr. resident manager, 207- 

209 Sacramento 
American Process Engraving Co. (Harry R. 

Congdon) photo-engravers, 304 Battery 
American Real Estate Co.. Henry H. Haight 

agent, 5-6-7 Mills Bldg., 3d floor 
American Refrigerator Transit Co. (St. Louis. 

Mo.) L. M. Fletcher general agent, 212 



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(Westfield, Mass.) Keyston Bros, agents 

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Investor Publishing Co. publishers, 303 

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Louis Heilbroner general agent, 416 Ellis 
Ames Alfred, teamster, r. 541 Stevenson 
Ames Arthur L.. engineer, r. 179 Russ 
Ames Benjamin P., teamster, r. 641 Stevenson 
Ames Benjamin F. Jr., carrier Postoffloe, r. 

541 Stevenson 
Ames Benjamin H., clerk Dunham, Carrigan 

& Hayden Co., r. Berkeley 
Ames Charles E., clerk, r. 541 Stevenson 
Ames Edwin E.. salesman Studebaker Bros. 

Mfg. Co., r. 232 Van Ness Av. 
Ames Edwin M., salesman Hallwood Cash 

Register, r. 232 Van Ness Av. 
Ames Everett, atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., r. 

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Luther H. Cary manager, publishers, 
booksellers and importers, 637 Market 

AMERICAN TRADING CO. THE 

importers, exporters and commission mer- 
chants, Milton H. Morse agent, 112 Cali- 
fornia 

AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO. 
E. H. Palmer manager, machinists and 
type founders and dealers presses and 
printers' materials, electrotypers, stereo- 
typers and wood engravers, 405-407 San- 
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American Union Fish Co., P. Marsicano presi- 
dent, Paul T. Sposito secretary, fish deal- 
ers, 613-519 Washington 

AMERICAN VARNISH CO. THE 

(Chicago) Frank H. La Faille Pacific 
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Ames MelVIna, widow, r. 704 Grove 

Ames Nicholas C, solicitor P. G. Somps, r. 
637 Guerrero 

Ames Oscar H., cutter P. Tonner, r. Lorin 

AMES PELHAM W. 

secretary Spring Valley Water Works, 126 
Stockton, r. 1312 Taylor 

Ames Simon R., cigars and tobacco, 903 Lar- 
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Ames Tina, widow, r. 314H Clementina 

AMES WORTHINGTON 

stock and bond broker. 138 Montgomery, 
tel. Black 2026, r. 1312 Taylor 

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J. P. Ames president, J. H. Ames vice-pres- 
ident, L. W. Harris secretary, manufactur- 
ers bags, tents, awnings, and importers 
bags and bagging materials, and dealers 
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Amidon Charles E., musician, 39, 4th, r. Oak- 
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Amldon Cyrus S.. salesman Raphael Weill & 

Co., r. 431 Ellis 
Amidon Fred, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

Oakland 
Amiot Amelia, widow, r. 2759 Harrison 
Amiot Charles A., house cleaner, r. 2759 Har- 
rison 
Amiot Louise, saleslady Schumacher & Co., r. 

35 Yerba Buena 
Amiraux Geller, bookkeeper, r. 2842 Mission 
Amiraux Peter, mining, r. 2842 Mission 
Amiraux Volney H., collector H. Wolfe, r. 

2842 Mission 
Ammann Adolph, r. 1344 Sacramento 
Ammann Adolph Jr., conductor Cal. St. RR., 

r. 1344 Sacramento 
Ammann Engelbert, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. NE. cor. 20th and Illinois 
Ammann Frederick W., secretary Pao. Coast 

Hat Wks., 1380 Market, r. 1021 Castro 
Ammann William, painter Cal. St. RR., r. 1344 
Sacramento 

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Amme Edward G., 
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machinist, r. 539 Gren- 



Amme Julius H., musician, r. 639 Greenwich 
Ammermann Clay B., salesman Smiths' Cash 

Store, r. 570 Harrison 
Ammerup Gottlieb, r. 312A Turk 
Amner William B., machinist Electrical En- 
gineering Co., r. 476 Jessie 
Amorsen George, salesman D. M. Moran & 

Co., r. 26% Langton 
Amos James D., clerk Goodall, Perkins & Co., 

r. 6 O'Farrell 
Amos J, Phillip, receiving teller Hibernia 

Savings and Loan Soc, r. 929 Grove 
Amos Louise I., widow, r. 929 Grove 
Amos William H., mining, r. 1001 Washington 
Amoto Joseph, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 

1611 Broadway 
Amphlett Richard M., with W. & J. Sloane & 

Co., r. 1795 Sutter 
Amrath J. W., with Emporium, r. 932 Van 

Ness Av. 
Amrock Patrick J., motorman Market St. Ry. 
Amsbary Mary, widow, r. 2026 Howard 
Amsel Marcus B., salesman Will & Flnck Co., 

r. 1921 Howard 
Amsler Benjamin J., tinner Comyns & Ams- 

ler, r. 321 Ellis 
Amsler Charles S. (Comyns & Amsler) r. 150 

Montana 
Amsler Thomas B., helper Ralston Iron Wks., 

r. 319 Plymouth Av. 
Amstein Mamie Miss, ironer Palace Hotel, r. 

812% Jessie 
Amsterdam Rae Miss, saleslady, r. 556A Na- 

toma 
Amundsen Lena S. Miss, clerk Genl. Freight 

office S. P. Co., r. 4246, 26th 
AMY GtrSTAVE I,. 

insurance broker and commission mer- 
chant, 317 California, tel. Main 195, r. 76 

Ellis 
Amyott C. O., conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

1256, 16th Av. 
Anastase Leon J., bartender Claude Slgnoux, 

r. 824 Montgomery 
Anastasio Joseph, barber, 607 Sacramento, r. 

1409H Kearny 
Anatseto John, restaurant, 50 East South, r. 48 

East South 
Anaya Frank, barber, r. 803 Filbert 
Anaya Frank Jr., barber J. Zimmer, r. 803 

Filbert 
Anbjornson Clarence, machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 156, 3d 
Ancell Ellen Mrs., r. 302 Chattanooga 
Ancell William A., machinist Union Iron 

Wks.. r. 13 Costa 
Ancell William S., r. 13 Costa 



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Anchor Brewery, Baruth & Schinkel proprs., 

1431 Pacific 
Anchor Clothing Renovatory, Stoltz & Hawes 

proprs., 216 Kearny 
Anchor Coal and Development Co., E. D. 

Parish secretary, 319 Pine 
ANCHOR DKTJG CO., 

James Lichterman proprietor, 505-507 

Montgomery Av., tel. Black 731 
Anchor Tailoring Co., Eugene J. Stoltz propr., 

216 Kearny 
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS 

John Falconer permanent secretary, 102 

O'Farrell 
ANCIENT ORDEK OF FORESTERS' BUILDING 

102 O'Farrell 
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' CEME- 
TERY ASSOCIATION office 916 Market 
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS' HALL AS- 
SOCIATION John Falconer secretary, 103 

O'Farrell 
ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN 

Frank S. Poland grand recorder, 66 Flood 

Bldg. 
Ancion Hubert, carpenter R. J. Pavert, r. 544 

Stevenson 
Ancker Louis, barber, 1511 Market, r. 329 Oak 
Anconi William, bartender Merchants' Club, 

r. 502 Mason 
Andel Frederick, maltster Empire Malt House, 

r. 32SA Shotwell 
Anderegg Alfred, driver, r. 455 Eddy 
Anderegg Caspar, shoemaker, 1504 Dolores 
Anderegg D. Mrs., attendant Sutro Baths, r. 

13% Lafayette 
Anderegg Rudolph, cellarman Peter StreitE, r. 

13% Lafayette 
Anderhaldeu Joseph, waiter Swiss Hotel 
Anderhoden John, milker Richmond Dairy, r. 

4310 Point Lobos Av. 
Anderle Joseph, clerk John Miesner, r. 300 

Francisco 
Anderlini Antone, laborer D. Woerner, r. 31%, 

14th 
Anderly Adrian, cleaner F. Thomas Parisian 

D. & C. Wks., r. 724 Stevenson 
Andernach Adolph, Silverman Palace Hotel, r. 

910 Folsom 
Anders Albert A., machinist New Home Sew- 
ing Machine Co., r. 1234 Mission 
Anders F. Ernest, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

766 Folsom 
Anders George T., teamster, r. 1234 Mission 
Anders James, carpenter, r. 26 Turk 
Anderskou John, master mariner, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen A., laborer, r. 2120 Greenwich 
Andersen Andrew, laborer, r. 104 Mississippi 
Andersen Andrew, marine fireman, r. 1226 

Pierce 
Andersen Andrew C. (Andersen & Christen- 

sen) r. Oakland 
Andersen Andrew P., solicitor, r. 1130 Kearny 
Andersen Anna, domestic, 2513 Sacramento 
Andersen Anton, cook, r. 436 Linden Av. 
Andersen Anton, marine fireman, r. 1226 

Andersen Arnt, master mariner, r. 242 Lexing- 
ton Av. 

Andersen August, seaman, r. 1121 Vermont 

ANDERSEN CARL 

druggist, 1722 Howard, tel. Blue 1107 

Andersen Carolina, widow, r. 15 Merchant 

Andersen Charles, carpenter, r. 896 Dolores 



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Andersen Charles, foreman Ben Lomond Wine 

Co., r. 1351 Stevenson 
Andersen Charles, laborer, r. 3 Morrell PI. 
Andersen Charles, seaman, r. 700 Front 
Andersen Charles, seaman, r. 1312 Kansas 
Andersen Charles, sweeper City St. Imp. Co., 

r. 10 St. Charles PI. 
Andersen Charles, tanner, r. 1625 San Bruno 

At. 
Andersen Chris, clerk Montgomery's Hotel, 

227, 2d 
Andersen Christ, motorman Market St. Ry., 

r. 341 Mississippi 
Andersen Christian, master mariner, r. 242 

Lexington Av. 
Andersen Christian, mate, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen Christian, waiter Tivoli Cafe, r. 210 

Willow At. 
Andersen Christina, widow, r. 1121 Vermont 
Andersen Christine, laundress, 1101 California 
Andersen Cornelius, pressfeeder Galloway 

Lith. Co., r. 1706 Kearny 
Andersen Cornelius M., tea and coffee dealer, 

r. 1706 Kearny 
Andersen Edward, cigars and tobacco, 7 East 

North, r. Berkeley 
Andersen Edward Mrs., widow, liquors and 

lodgings, 15 Howard, r. 1645% Howard 
Andersen Edward J., naTal architect, r. 1230a 

Bush 
Andersen Enriquepa, fireman, r. 1412 Mason 
Andersen Frank, seaman, r. 19 Steuart 
Andersen Fred, bricklayer, r. 37 West Mission 
Andersen Fred C, bricklayer, r. 266 Clinton 

Park 
Andersen BYederick P., master mariner, r. lOS 

Tehama 
Andersen George (MoUer & Andersen) r. 22 

East South 
Andersen George, master mariner, r. 66 Jack- 
Andersen GustaTe, carpenter, r. 1918 Green- 
wich 
Andersen GustaTe. porter, r. 652 Minna 
Andersen Hans C, cabinetmaker West Coast 

Furniture Co., r. 2617, 21st 
Andersen Harold (Andersen & Danlelsen) r. 

2969 Sacramento 
Andersen Harold M., Iltbo-pressman, r. 1706 

Kearny 
Andersen Henry, laborer Western Sugar Ref., 

r. 111714 York 
Andersen J. Mrs., dressmaking, S31 Hampshire 
Andersen James, waiter, r. 513 Jessie 
Andersen James W., clerk, r. 26 Turk 
Andersen Jens, cooper P. Brondberg, r. 514. 2d 
.\ndersen Jens, shoemaker, r. 1907 O'Farrell 
Andersen John, laborer, r. 3076. 26th 
Andersen John, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Andersen John H., natlTe wines and brandies, 

427 California 
Andersen Julia, widow, r. 125 Locust At. 
Andersen Louis, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 2617, 21st 
Andersen Louisa, widow, r. 850 Bay 
Andersen Martin, master mariner, r. 365, 1st 
Andersen Mary Mrs., varieties, 365, 1st 
Andersen Max, tailor Borck & Rosenberg, r. 

715 Minna 
Andersen Nels, bricklayer, r. 2664a, 22d 
Andersen Xels, sweeper City St. Imp. Co., r. 

620 Washington 
Andersen Nicholas C, paperhanger, r. 24% 

Lily Av. 
Andersen Ole, finisher Bennett & Schutte, r. 
232%, 6th 



Andersen Otto, draughtsman Sanborn-Perrls 

Map Co., r. San Mateo 
Andersen Peter, master schr. John Lambert. 

office 52 Steuart 
Andersen Peter, seaman, r. 270a Harriet 
Andersen Peter M., master mariner, r. 125 

Grove 
Andersen Robert, baker, r. 747 Howard 
Andersen Victor, porter Louis Wamser, r. 25, 

9th 
Andersen Victor, seaman, r. 5 Washington 
Andersen William, master schr. Ruby, office 

107 Steuart 
Andersen William, seaman str. Newburg, r. 

228 Steuart 
Andersen & Christensen (Andrew C. Andersen 

and EneTold Christensen) restaurant, 118a 

Ellis 
Andersen & Danlelsen (Harold Andersen and 

Peter Danlelsen) whiteners, 635 California 
C;^ Andersen. See Anderson, Andresen and 

Endersen 
in^Anderskou. See Annerskow 
Anderson A., seaman str. Alameda 
Anderson A., tailor, 2750 Greenwich 
Anderson A. B., seaman, r. 106% Welsh 
Anderson Abraham, cabinetmaker, r. 2153, 16th 
ANDEBSON A. C. & CO. 

(John C. and A. C. Boysen Anderson) gen- 
eral merchandise, 1536 Sanchez cor. 29th 
Anderson A. C. Boysen (A. C. Anderson & 

Co.) r. 1536 Sanchez 
Anderson Adolf, liquors, 743, 7th At. and 812 

Kearny, r. 743, 7th Av. 
Anderson Adolph, gripman Cal. St. RR., r. 

1216 Broadway 
Anderson Adolph, laborer, r. 65 Rausch 
Anderson Adolph, tailor, r. 629 Steyenson 
Anderson Adolph L., liquors, 523 Jackson, r. 

103 Montgomery Av. 
Anderson A. F., marine engineer, 36 East 

South 
Anderson A. G., laborer, r. 504, 20th 
Anderson A. G., teamster, r. 219, 10th 
Anderson Agda Miss, dressmaker, r. 2542 Post 
Anderson A. J., cook str. State of California 
Anderson Albert (Anderson & Leishman) r. 

4255, 23d 
Anderson Albert, carpenter U. S. str. Scandla 
Anderson Albert, deckhand str. Garden City, 

r. Oakland 
Anderson Albert, oiler str. Humboldt 
Anderson Albert, pressman Bosqui Engraving 

and Printing Co., r. 1706 Kearny 
Anderson Albert, waiter str. Australia 
Anderson Albert, watchman, r. 115 Taylor 
Anderson Albert G., foreman Schussler Bros., 

r. Alameda 
Anderson Albert V., supt. delivery dept. J. J. 

O'Brien & Co., r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson Albertine Miss, waitress Christian 

Peterson, r. 8 Hayes 
Anderson Alexander, laborer, r. 624 Washing- 
ton 
Anderson Alexander, laborer, r. 945 Mission 
Anderson Alexander, porter Collins & Wheel- 

and 
Anderson Alexander, seaman, r. 44 Clementina 
Anderson Alexander R., saloonkeeper, r. 2401 

Clement 
Anderson Alfred, teamster A. B. Patrick & 

Co., r. 21 Costa 
Anderson Alfred, carpenter and builder, r. 124 

Brewster 
Anderson Alfred, longshoreman, r. 65 Minna 
ANDEKSON ALFRED E. 

asst. secretary California Transportation 

Co., office Pier 5, r. 2938 Howard 
Anderson Alfred P., salesman Levi Strauss & 

Co., r. 311 Golden Gate Av. 
Anderson Allen, carpenter Charles H. Gar- 
diner, r. 1516% Howard 
Anderson Alvin, fireman str. Sunol, r. 119 

Capp 
Anderson Amelia, domestic, 2600 Union 
Anderson Andrew, r. 612a. 4th 



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Anderson Andrew,^ baker Swain's Bakery, r. 

237 Minna 
Anderson Andrew, bartender Etienne Joullin, 

r, 519V4 Stevenson 
Anderson Andrew, basketmaker, r. 441, 5tli 
Anderson Andrew, car repairer Cal. Nortli- 

western Ry. Co.. r. Oakland 
Anderson Andrew, cook, r. 209 Leidesdorff 
Anderson Andrew, deckhand str. Bay City, r. 

2 Washington 
Anderson Andrew, deckhand str. Berkeley, r. 

Oakland 
Anderson Andrew, groceries and liquors, 1501 

Leavenworth 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 522 Anderson 
Anderson Andrew, laborer, r. 751 Howard 
Anderson Andrew, machinist Pac. Sheet Metal 

Wks., r. 22'/2 Perry 
Anderson Andrew, paperhanger, r. 1124 

Kearny 
Anderson Andrew, rigger, r. 430 Tehama 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 106^ Welsh 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 169 Shipley 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 343 San Carlos Av. 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, 601 California, r. 

Golden Gate, Cal. 
Anderson Andrew, teamster, r. 8 Gough 
Anderson Andrew, teamster N. Ohlandt & Co., 

r. 25th and Indiana 
Anderson Andrew, upholsterer, r. 3388, 21st 
Anderson Andrew, vice-president Lewis, An- 
derson & Co., 24-26 East South, r. 119 Capp 
Anderson Andrew C, poultry raiser, r. 1048, 

5th Av. South 
Anderson Andrew G.. watchman Weston Bas- 
ket & Mfg. Co., r. 670 Bryant 
Anderson Andrew J., bartender A, Johnson, r. 

923% Washington 
Anderson Andrew J., rigger H. Smith, r. 183 

Shipley 
Anderson Andrew P., clerk, r. 1200 Kearny 
Anderson Andrew P., machinist, r. 506 San- 
chez 
Anderson Andrew P., seaman, r. 3036 Pierce 
Anderson Andrew V., master mariner, r. 6 

Howard 
Anderson Andrew X., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. Sausalito 
Anderson Anna, pantrywoman Palace Hotel, 

r. 108 Tehama 
Anderson Anna, widow, r. 2403 Clay 
Anderson Anna, widow, r. 2542 Post 
Anderson Annie Miss, stenographer Pac. 
Mutual Debenture Co., r. 1240, 6th Av. 
South 
Anderson Anton, r. 901 Folsom 
Anderson Anton, conductor Market St. Ry., r. 

2198 Devisadero 
Anderson Anton, surfman Golden Gate Park 

Life Saving Station 
Anderson Anton, washer Pac. Carriage Co., r. 

1152 Mission 
Anderson Antone, harness cleaner Carvill 

Mfg. Co. 
ANDERSON ANTONE C. 

secretary Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co., 
17-19 Fremont, r. 26 O'Farrell 
Anderson A. P., master schr. Mary F. Cruz, 

office 56 Steuart 
Anderson Archibald A. (Anderson Bros, & 

Wade) r. 825 Mission 
Anderson Arthur, driver U. S. Laundry, r. 412 

Dolores 
Anderson Arthur, millhand Pac. Furniture 

Co., r. 1811 Howard 
Anderson Arthur E., carpenter, r. 2153, 15th 
Anderson Arthur V.. tailor, r. 2708 Polk 
Anderson August, r. 739, 4th 
Anderson August, deckhand U. S. str. Golden 

Gate, r, 1123 Greenwich 
Anderson August, longshoreman, r. 3900, 20th 
Anderson August, seaman, r. 54 Jackson 
Anderson August, 2d officer str. Bay City, r. 

Alameda 
Anderson August, ship carpenter, r. 22 East 

South 
Anderson August, tailor, r. 254 Jessie 



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Anderson August, tailor, r. 282 Richland Av. 
Anderson August G., carpenter, r. 36 Bronte 
Anderson August W., groceries. 716 Brannan 
Anderson Augusta Mrs., dressmaker, r. 606 

O'Farrell 
Anderson A. W., marine engineer, 36 East 

South 
Anderson Axel, seaman, r. 21 Silver 
Anderson Axel, stevedore, r. 448*^, 6th 
Anderson Axel, teamster Charles G. Bennett 

& Co,, r. 2734, 24th 
Anderson Axel F., electrician Union Iron 

Wks., r. 258, 10th 
Anderson Axel J., shoemaker, 1225b Pacific 
Anderson B, Mrs., seamstress P. C. SS. Co. 
Anderson Benjamin, groceries, 1157 Folsom 
Anderson Bennet, wire worker, r. 2109% Ma- 
son 
Anderson Bernard, fireman str. San Jose 
Anderson Bernard, ropemaker Washburn & 

Moen Mfg. Co., r. 717 Tennessee 
Anderson Bernard E., master str. Chilkat, r. 

424 Fremont 
Anderson Bert, laborer Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. 546 Howard 
Anderson Bert, printer Sanborn, Vail & Co., 

r, 232 Turk 
Anderson Bert J., brassfinisher West Coast 

Safety Faucet Co., r. 109y2, 7th 
Anderson Brothers (John and George A.) 

wood and coal, 361 Brannan 
Anderson Brothers (Richard K. and William 

B.) contractors and builders. 318 Bush 
ANDERSON BROTHERS & WADE 

(George M. and Archibald A. Anderson 

and Frank N. Wade) printers, 41iy2 Cali- 
fornia, tel. Clay 945 
Anderson-Calhoun J. Mrs., teacher elocution, 

r. 3915 California 
Anderson Carl, coachman, 2739 Pacific Av. 
Anderson Carl Rev., pastor Svenska Misslon- 

Tabernaklet, r. 1503 Golden Gate Av. 
Anderson Carl, seaman, r. 6 Howard 
Anderson Carl A., seaman, r. 41% Minna 
Anderson Carl C, mfr. musical instruments, 

508 Post, r. Berkeley 
Anderson Carl J.. 2d officer str. Coquille 

River, r. 314 Ritch 
Anderson Carl T., house mover O. Wilson, r. 

409, 5th 
Anderson Carrie F., widow, r. 1110 Powell 
Anderson C. E., seaman, r. 239 Steuart 
Anderson C. H., carbon artist Elite Photo 

Studio, r. 421 Hyde 
Anderson Charles, r. 841a Howard 
Anderson Charles, r. 1921 Greenwich 
Anderson Charles, apprentice Union Iron 

Wks,, r. 11 Bowie Av. 
Anderson Charles, basketmaker G. F. Sam- 
berg, r. 441, 5th 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, r, 1470 Church 
Anderson (3harles, driver Presidio and Ferries 

RR., r. 1132 Union 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 21 Costa 
Anderson Charles, laborer, r. 164 Clara 
Anderson Charles, laborer Tesia Coal Co., r. 

1236 Folsom 
Anderson Charles, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. Railroad Av. nr. Long Bridge 
Anderson Charles, longshoreman P, C, SS. 

Co., r. 409, 1st 
Anderson Charles, machinist, r. 825 Mission 
Anderson Charles, marker Elec. Laundry, r, 

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Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 19 Steuart 



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Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 2S Sacramento 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 204^ East South 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r, 245 Steuart 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 255 Harriet 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 264^ Clementina 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. 565 Mission 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson Charles, waiter, r. 513 Jessie 
Anderson Charles, waiter New Golden Gate 

Hotel 
Anderson Charles, washer Empire Laundry, r. 

24 Sycamore Av. 
Anderson Charles A., bartender John Ander- 
sen, r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson Charles A., carpenter, r. 927i^, 14th 
Anderson Charles A., 1st officer str. Newsboy, 

r. 1312 Kansas 
Anderson Charles A., seaman, r. 274 Shipley 
Anderson Charles A., stevedore, r. 12^ Clara 
Anderson Charles A., undertalier Cal. Under- 
tailing Co., r. SW. cor. Stocljton and Geary 
Anderson Charles A. S.. motorman Marliet St. 

Ry., r. 921 Minnesota 
Anderson Charles C, clerk Stulz Bros., r. 2105 

Steiner 
Anderson Charles C, laborer, r. 4122, 26th 
Anderson Charles E., bookkeeper J. A. Folger 

& Co.. r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson Charles E., plumber, 1616 Polk, r. 

235 Chattanooga 
ANSEBSON CHAKLES E. 

secretary, 31 Mills Bidg., 10th floor, r. 1025 

Devisadero 
Anderson Charles E.. solicitor, r. 1806 Taylor 
Anderson Charles E., tallow wks., 21st Av. 

South nr. H, r. 1228, 19th Av. South 
Anderson Charles F. , janitor, r. 257 Natoma 
Anderson Charles F., laborer, r. 3lA Clara 
Anderson Charles G., mason, r. 516 Precita 

Av. 
Anderson Charles G., tailor, r. 708 California 
Anderson Charles H., painter, 2112 Fillmore, 

r. 22 Middle 
Anderson Charles J., r. 76 Ellis 
Anderson Charles J., liquors, 231 East North, 

r. 12 Washington 
Anderson Charles J., master str. Transit, r. 

Oakland 
Anderson Charles S., cook, r. 1024 Jackson 
Anderson Charlotte, domestic. 1732 Broadway 
Anderson Chris, bookkeeper, r. 57 Clementina 
Anderson Chris, teamster, r. 57 Clementina 
Anderson Chris, upholsterer Jno. Hoey, r. 

432 Brannan 
Anderson Christ, molder Mechanics' Foundry, 

r. 437 Jersey 
Anderson Christian, machinist Risdon I. & L. 

Wks., r. 437 O'Farrell 
Anderson Christian, wagonmaker, 415, 6th 
Anderson Christian P.. gripman Cal. St. RR., 

r. 1829 Hyde 
Anderson Christina Miss, clgarmaker Edward 

Schwerin & Sons, r. 420 Minna 
Anderson Cornelius, carpenter Joseph Pattin- 

son, r. 2 Elliot Park 
Anderson C. P., fisherman, r. 32 Steuart 
Anderson David, steward, r. 1316 Stockton 
Anderson David, waiter, r. 9 William 
Anderson David E., bakery, 52Sa Golden Gate 

Av. 
Anderson D. N., r. 89 Montgomery Block 
Anderson E., carpenter, r. 22 East South 
Anderson E., coalpasser str. Mariposa 



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Anderson Edward, bartender Hood 

strong, r. 404 Turk 
Anderson Edward, carriage painter, r. lOU 

Mission 
Anderson Edward, conductor Market St. Ry. 
Anderson Edward, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 333, 10th Av. 
Anderson Edward, mate, r. 922 Michigan 
Anderson Edward, seaman, r. 334 Main 
Anderson Edward A., master mariner, 

Pacific Av. rear 
Anderson Edward E., boots and shoes, 2819% 

Mission 
Anderson Edward J., lineman, r. 125 Welsh 
Anderson Edwin, clerk Genl. Freight ofHce S. 

P. Co., r. Occidental Hotel 
Anderson Egbert G., clerk Landsberger & Co., 

r. Alameda 
Anderson Elizabeth, widow, r. 16 Palmer 
Anderson Elizabeth G., widow, r. 11 Lilac Av. 
Anderson Ellen, widow, r. 603 Mason 
Anderson Ellen, widow, furnished rooms, 704 

Folsom 
Anderson Ellis, house mover O. Wilson, r. 

409, 6th 
Anderson Emanuel, carpenter, r. 69 Pond 
Anderson Emil, cellarman Ben Lomond Wine 

Co., r. 80 South Park 
Anderson Emil, laborer, r. 22^ Perry 
Anderson Emil, miner, r. 739. 4th 
Anderson Emil, pipefitter, r. 513 Connecticut 
Anderson Emil, seaman, r. 27»4 Gilbert 
Anderson Emil, seaman, r. 28 Sacramento 
Anderson Emil C, accountant Blake, Moffltt 

& Towne, r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson Emily, domestic. 1519 Van Ness Av. 
Anderson Emily Miss, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson Emma, domestic, 917 Hyde 
Anderson Emma Miss, dressmaking, 318, 13th 
Anderson Emma, widow, r. 311 Guerrero 
Anderson Eric, candlemaker, r. 49 Sussex 
Anderson Eric, teamster r. 860 Howard 
Anderson Esther Miss, domestic, r. 651, 3d 
Anderson F., quartermaster str. Senator 
Anderson Fanny, widow, r. 3580, 18th 
Anderson F. E., seaman, str. North Fork, r. 6 

Howard 
Anderson F. E. James, architectural artist, 

314 Phelan Bidg. 
Anderson Francis, r. 4079. 25th 
Anderson Frank, butcher Maison St. Germain, 

r. 431 Minna 
Anderson Frank, cook str. Geo. W. Elder 
Anderson Frank, porter, r. 1119a Kearny 
Anderson Frank, seaman, r. 11 Pacific 
Anderson Frank, watchman U. S. str. Scandia 
Anderson Frank L., harnessmaker, r. 615 Van 

Ness Av. 
Anderson Frank W., dental student, r. 1170 

Market 
Anderson Frank X., waiter Christensen & 

Jorgensen. r. 337 Jessie 
Anderson Fred, teamster Searey Furniture 

Co., r, 820 Bay 
Anderson Fred M., millband James Young, r. 

18!4 Oak 
Anderson Freda, domestic, 2448 Union 
Anderson Frederick, asst. engineer str. Gar- 
den City, r. Oakland 
Anderson Frederick, chief engineer str. Her- 
ald, r. Alameda 
Anderson Frederick, deckhand str. Constance 
Anderson Frederick, laborer Tubbs Cordage 

Co. 
Anderson Frederick, machinist Fulton Eng. 

& Ship Bidg. Wks. 
Anderson Frederick, mining, r. 819*^ Lyon 
Anderson Frederick, quartermaster str. Pan- 
ama 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 19 Steuart 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 150 Steuart 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 542. 6th 
Anderson Frederick, teamster W. W. Chase 

Co., r. 2223 Mission 
Anderson Frederick A., driller Union Iron 

Wks.. r. 230^4 Oak 
Anderson Frederick A., laborer, r. 205 Chatta- 
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Anderson Frederick C, mining expert, r. 819 

Lyon 
Anderson Fredericli W., actor, r. 347, 4tli 
Anderson Frederilia Mrs., laundress S. F. 

Ladies' Protection and Relief Soc. 
Anderson Fritz, painter, r. 2542 Post 
Anderson George, asst. engineer str. Peru, r. 

Alameda 
Anderson George, engineer, r. 922 Michigan 
Anderson George, helper Union Iron Wks.. r. 

2667, 21st 
Anderson George, longshoreman P. C. SS. Co. 
Anderson George, porter, r. 715 Howard 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 239 Steuart 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 2542 Post 
Anderson George, stevedore O. R. & N. Co. 
Anderson George A. (Anderson Bros.) r. 361 

Brannan 

carpenter B. J. Bowen, 



Anderson George A 

r. 21 Ritch 
Anderson George A, 

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Anderson George C 



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clerk Balfour, Guth- 
rie & Co., r. 654 Church 
Anderson George J., carpenter, r. 226 Lily Av. 
Anderson George M. (Anderson Bros. & 

Wade) r. 825 Mission 
Anderson George M., master mariner, r. 265 

Jersey 
Anderson George W., plumber Taylor, Adams 

& Pritchard, r. 708 Douglass 
Anderson Gottfrid engineer Charles G. Ben- 
nett & Co., r. 2734, 24th 
Anderson Grace, waitress, r. 771 Howard 
Anderson Gustaf, longshoreman, r. 616, 2d 
Anderson Gustav, propr. Central House, 62, 2d 
Anderson Gustav, r. 4S Bast South 
Anderson Gustav, seaman, r. 125 Steuart 
Anderson Gustav. seaman, r. 230 East South 
Anderson Gustav. seaman, r. 239 Steuart 
Anderson Gustav R., painter O. A. Anderson, 

r. 318. 13th 
Anderson Gustave, deckhand str. Bay City, r. 

Alameda 
Anderson Gustave, fireman str. Point Arena, 

r. 32 Spear 
Anderson Gustave, hostler J. W. Morshead & 

Son 
Anderson Gustave, liquors, 422, 3d, r. 422%. 3d 
Anderson Gustave. oyster opener Morgan Oys- 
ter Co., r. 614%, 3d 
Anderson Gustave, seaman, r. 143% Welsh 
Anderson Gustave, 2d ofllcer str. Bay City, r. 

Alameda 
Anderson Gustave, stevedore O. R. & N. Co. 
Anderson Gustave. waiter str. City of Stockton 
Anderson Gustave, waiter William Weber 
Anderson Gustave A., wood and coal, 446, 6th, 

r. 17 Stanly Pi. 
Anderson Gustave R., baker, r. 225% Birch Av. 
Anderson Gustave W., tanner Poetsch & 

Peterson, r. 3009 Harrison 
Anderson Guy. draughtsman Union Iron Wks.. 

r. 260 Minna 
ANDERSON H. 

costumer, 26 O'Farrell 
Anderson H., gardener, r. 637 Sacramento 
Anderson Halvor, surfman South Side Life 

Saving Station 
Anderson Hans, furrier Robert Wallace, r. 

1310 Greenwich 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 31 Rausch 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 117 Drumm 
Anderson Hans, seaman, r. 1183 Mission 
Anderson Hans, tailor, 935 Market, r. 820 

Elizabeth 
Anderson Hans C, carpenter, r. 1217 Kearny 
Anderson Hans S.. clerk Bonanza House 
Anderson Harry, seaman, r. 739. 4th 
Anderson Harry, seaman, r. 32 Steuart 
Anderson Harry, shipsmith Chrestoffersen & 

Tway, r. 721% Tehama 
Anderson Harry A., carrier Postofflce, r. 4064, 

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sion 
Anderson Harry F., bartender J. T. Kelly 
Anderson Harry F.. musician, r. 730 Capp 
Anderson Harvey D., motorman Market St. 

Ry., r. 344, 13th 
Anderson Helen M. Miss, teacher music, r. 31 

Guerrero 
Anderson Henry, r. 2121 Howard 
Anderson Henry, boilermaker, r. 208 Moulton 
Anderson Henry, driver Jewett Bros., r. 1125 

Webster 
Anderson Henry, machinist, r. 70S Douglass 
Anderson Henry, seaman, r. 334 Main 
Anderson Henry, seaman str. Acapulco 
Anderson Henry, tailor A. J. Prager & Sons, 

r. 334. 3d 
Anderson Henry G., bookkeeper W. & J. 

Sloane & Co., r. 4067, 17th 

Anderson Henry J., marine engineer, 36 East 

South ^,^„ 

Anderson Henry P., longshoreman, r. 640% 

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Anderson Henry P., ship carpenter, r. 860, 9th 

Av. South 
Anderson Herman, driver Jensen & von 

Bremen, r. SE. cor. Battery and Vallejo 
Anderson Herman, laborer Western Sugar 

Ref.. r. 3546, 20th 
Anderson Herman, longshoreman, r. 832V4 

Harrison 
Anderson Hilda, domestic. 1714 Octavia 
Anderson Hilda, domestic, 1829 Clay 
Anderson Hilma, domestic, 2130 Howard 
Anderson Hjalmar, seaman, r. 534, 2d 
Anderson H. S.. liquors. 1913 Ocean Av. 
Anderson Hugh. r. 8 Day 

Anderson Ida Miss, saleslady Emporium, r. 

12 Turk „ , , 

Anderson Isaac, architect. Clans Spreckels 

Bldg., r. Hotel St. Nicholas 
Anderson J., conductor Cal. St. RR. r. 815 

Geary 
Anderson J., 3d officer str. Orizaba 
Anderson J. & Son (Julius and Julius F.) 

ships locksmiths. 406 Drumm 
Anderson J. A., seaman, r. 239 Steuart 
Anderson Jacob H. V.. salesman, r. 311 Castro 
Anderson Jacob R.. clerk Ratto Bros., r. SE. 

cor. Capp and 18th 
Anderson James, r. 27% Folsom Av. 
Anderson James, bartender, r. 1020 Market 
Anderson James, cook, r. 25 John 
Anderson James, cooper, r. 514. 2d 
Anderson James, driver Dupont Powder Co., 

r. 412, 10th ^,, 

Anderson James, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

211 Tehama 
Anderson James, manager Murphy Bldg., 1236 

Market 
Anderson James, marine fireman, r. 1 Lincoln 

PI. 
Anderson James, ship carpenter Union Iron 

Wks., r. 4143, 20th 
Anderson James, shoemaker, 627 Laguna, r. 
315 Gough „ . „ , ^ 

Anderson James A., bagmaker C. A. Malm & 

Co., r. 615% York 
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chief clerk Louis L. Bromwell and secre- 
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Anderson James M., r. 410 Hyde 
Anderson James S., shipwright, r. 344, ISth 
Anderson Jane, widow, r. 615^ York 
Anderson Jeannette G. Miss, teacher Broad- 
way Grammar School, r. 31 Guerrero 
Anderson Jennie Miss, nurse Homoeopathic 

Sanatorium 
ANDERSON JEROME A. 

physician and surgeon and president Pa- 
cific Coast Theosophical Committee, 9 
Donohoe Bldg.. 1170 Market, r. 3783, 20th 
Anderson Jessie Miss, waitress, r. 238 O'Far- 

re!l 
Anderson J. M. Mrs., r. 825 Mission 
Anderson John, r. 162 Clara 
Anderson John (Anderson Bros.) r. 361 Bran- 
nan 
Anderson John, asphalt worker, r. 530 Howard 
Anderson John, baker, r. 10 Monroe 
Anderson John, bartender, r. 911^^ Mission 
Anderson John, bartender, r. 923V^ Washing- 
ton 
Anderson John, bartender J. F. Ray, r. 765^^ 

Howard 
Anderson John, bartender The Chutes, r. 1709 

Oak 
Anderson John, boilermaker Union Iron Wks., 

r. 165 Silver 
Anderson John, canvasser, r. 263^ Harriet 
Anderson John, carpenter str. San Juan 
Anderson John, driller Union Iron Wks., r. 

755% Howard 
Anderson John, fisherman, r. 32 Steuart 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 151 Berry 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 172 Hawthorne 
Anderson John, laundryman U. S. Laundry 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 62 Natoma 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. 784^^ Har- 
rison 
Anderson John, longshoreman, r. N. s. 19th 

nr. San Bruno Av. 
Anderson John, marine engineer, 36 East 

South 
Anderson John, master mariner, r. 1517 Hyde 
Anderson John, master schr. Mary Etta, office 

3d St. Wharf 
Anderson John, nurse, r. 210 Natoma 
Anderson John, painter, r. 2542 Post 
Anderson John, painter, r. 2854, 22d 
Anderson John, pipefitter Union Iron Wks., r. 

337 Mississippi 
Anderson John, porter O. B. Smith & Co.. r. 

Oakland 
Anderson John, printer, r, 647a Stevenson 
Anderson John, printer, r. 1163 Market 
Anderson John, restaurant, 125 Montgomery 

Av., r. 933 Kearny 
Anderson John, rigger Union Iron Wks., r. 

345 Mississippi 

Anderson John, seaman, 

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r. 54 Sacramento 
r. 56 Clementina 
r. 150 Steuart 
r. 228 Nevada Av. 
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Anderson John, seaman str. Columbia 
Anderson John, seaman str. Humboldt 
Anderson John, ship carpenter Union Iron 

^\Tts., r. 1141^,^ Mission 
Anderson John, surfman South Side Life Sav- 
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Anderson John, tailor, r. 159 Clara 
Anderson John, tailor, r. 428 Vallejo 
Anderson John, tanner Poetsch & Peterson, r. 

3009^! Harrison 
Anderson John, transferrer Bosqui Engraving 

and Printing Co., r. 214, 4th Av. 
Anderson John, waiter, r. Sailors' Home 
Anderson John Mrs., widow, r. 1004 Mariposa 
Anderson John A., beer bottler, 404 Cortland 

Av. 
Anderson John A., deckhand str. Transit, r. 

Fruitvale 
Anderson John A., driver White Star Laun- 
dry, r. 9 Cohen PI. 
Anderson John A-, laborer Page & Falch, r. 

109, 5th 
Anderson John A., laborer Tubbs Cordage 

Co., r. 30 Goethe 
Anderson John A., seaman, r. 239 Steuart 
Anderson John A., tailor, r. 510 Jessie 
Anderson John A., wiper Mills Bldg., r. 10 

Oak Grove Av. 
Anderson John C, r. 95 Steuart 
Anderson John C. (A. C. Anderson & Co.) r. 

1536 Sanchez 
Anderson John C. seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
Anderson John C, storekeeper Union Iron 

Wks., r. 531 Connecticut 
Anderson John E.. carriage painter, 3011 Mis- 
sion, r. 1011 Mission 
Anderson John E., master mariner, r. 316, 28tll 
Anderson John F.. captain watch P. M, SS. 

Co.. r. 502 Cole 
Anderson John F., liquors, 422 Kearny, r, 317 

Stockton 
Anderson John P., printer. 211 Eddy 
Anderson John F., shipping clerk S. H- Frank 

& Co., r. 2112 Howard 
Anderson John G., tailor, r. 708 California 
Anderson John H., carpenter, r. 1141 Mission 
Anderson John J., conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 540 Central Av. 
Anderson John McC, with Connecticut Fire 

Ins. Co., r. Pacific-Union Club 
Anderson John N., master schr. Emily Mar- 
tin, office 155 Berry 
Anderson John P., gateman S. P. Co., r. 2021 

Mission 
Anderson John P., tailor, r. 313. 4th 
Anderson John T., fireman S. P. Co., r. 2021 

Mission 
Anderson John T.. gripman Market St. Ry., r, 

2010 Central Av. 
Anderson John W. . chief engineer Merchants* 
Ice and Cold Storage Co.. r. 1428 Shotwell 
Anderson Jonathan, builder, r. 340 Jersey 
Anderson Jones S., porter John Johnson, r. 

920 Washington 
Anderson Joseph, house mover 0. Wilson, r. 

409. 5th 
Anderson Joseph, liquors, 530 Pacific 
Anderson Julius (J. Anderson & Son) r. 1209 

Florida 
Anderson Julius, carpenter, 1740 Market, r. 

236, 27th 
Anderson Julius, cooper, r. 540^^ Bryant 
Anderson Julius, seaman, r. 201 Steuart 
Anderson Julius F. (J. Anderson & Son.) r. 

1209 Florida 
Anderson Kate, widow, r. 322 Point Lobos Av. 
Anderson Katharine D. Miss. r. 31 Guerrero 
Anderson Kenneth, clerk Cunningham, Cur- 

tiss & Welch 
Anderson L. A. Mrs., r, 3736, 24th 
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cigars, tobacco and laundry office, 625 
Union 
Anderson Lars, seaman str. Mariposa 
Anderson Lawrence, laborer, r. 406 Clemen- 
tina 
Anderson Leo, helper Union Iron Wks., r. 

1321 Buchanan 
Anderson Lewis, Janitor Claus Spreckels 

Bldg., r. 153 Tehama 
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Anderson Lllburn B., clerk U. S. Customs, r. 

440 Page 
Anderson Linda, domestic, 2618 Buchanan 
Anderson Lionel J. C, bookkeeper Hong- 
kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation 
r. 709 Hyde 
Anderson Lois S., widow, r. 31 Guerrero 
Anderson Louis, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 

1604 Vallejo, r. 326 Pacific 
Anderson Louis, furnished rooms, 700 Broad- 
way 
Anderson Louis, machinist Elec. Engraving 

Co., r. 44 Russ 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. 66 Oregon 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. 245 Steuart 
Anderson Louis H., atty-at-law, r. 2121 

Howard 
Anderson Louis L., gripman Cal. St. RR., r. 

1522 Polk 
Anderson Louis P., shoemaker, r. 214 Minna 
Anderson L. Shuttleworth, physician St. 

Luke's Hospital 
Anderson M., painter, 175, 7th 
Anderson Macey, longshoreman, r. 744, 4th 
Anderson Magnus A., master str. Charles 

Nelson, r. Oakland 
Anderson Mamie Miss, domestic, r. 129 Perry 
Anderson Mamie Miss, teacher music, r. 819% 

Lyon 
Anderson Marcellus O., lieut. police, r. 629 

Minnesota 
Anderson Marcus, policeman, r. 3814 Syca- 
more Av, 
Anderson Marie Miss, domestic, r. 504 Shot- 
well 
Anderson Marquart, 1st officer str. Madrono, 

r. 148, 6th 
Anderson Martha, domestic, 394 Frederick 
Anderson Martin, engineer, r. 96 South Park 
Anderson Martin, engineer Hercules Gas En- 
gine Wks., r. 26 Vandewater 
Anderson Martin, hostler J. W. Morshead & 

Son, r. 30 Lewis PI. 
Anderson Martin, laborer S. P. Co., r. 855 

Harrison 
Anderson Martin, longshoreman, r. 327 Beale 
Anderson Martin, marine engineer, r. 454 

Main 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 208 Francisco 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 330 Brannan 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 657 Castro 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 1202 Mission 
Anderson Mary Miss, r. 2134, 15th 
Anderson Mary Miss, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson Mary A., widow, r. 1216b Broadway 
Anderson Mary E. Mrs., r. 3 Cleveland 
Anderson Mathias C, motorman Market St. 

Ry., r. 341 Mississippi 
Anderson Matthew, nurse St. Mary's Hos- 
pital 
Anderson Michael, shipwright Union Iron 

Wks., r. 800 Minnesota 
Anderson Michael Jr.. shipwright Union Iron 

Wks., r. SCO Minnesota 
Anderson Minnie Miss, saleslady City of Paris 

Dry Goods Co., r. US Broderick 
Anderson Minnie F. Miss, artist, 131 Post 
Anderson M. L., quartermaster str. Starbuck 
Anderson Morris (Miles & Anderson) and 

cigars, 601 Kearny, r. 8 Hanover PI. 
Anderson Nathan D., atty-at-law, 206 San- 
some 
Anderson Neil F., employe Castle Bros., r. 

1610 Stockton 
Anderson Nellie Miss, dressmaker, r. 6% Hyde 
Anderson Kels, cook. r. 739, 4th 
Anderson Nels, deckhand, r. 32 Clay 
Anderson Nels, seaman, r. 239 Steuart 
Anderson Nels, seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
ANDERSON NELS 

secretary California Transportation Co., 
office Pier 5, r. 2826 Howard 
Anderson Nettie, domestic, 615 Leavenworth 
Anderson O., waiter str. Colon 
Anderson Ole, carpenter, r. 729 Andover Av. 
Anderson Ole, chief engineer str. Oakland, r. 
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Anderson Ole, laborer engineer's dept. U. 

S. A. 
Anderson Ole C, laborer Union Iron Wks.. r. 

501. 20th 
Anderson Oliver, laborer, r. 1512. 17th Av 

South 
Anderson Oliver Jr.. laborer, r. 1512. 17th Av 

South 
Anderson Olof (Solvin & Anderson) r. 435%, 

29th 
Anderson Olof, laborer, r. 222% Ritch 
Anderson Olof, laborer Union Iron Wks., r, 

9% Oak Grove Av. 
Anderson Olof, seaman, r. 5 Washington 
Anderson Olof, seaman, str. North Fork. r. 6 

Howard 
Anderson Olof A., painter, 318, 13th 
Anderson Olof J., laborer, r. 48a Rausch 
Anderson Oscar, shipper Union Iron Wks., r. 

61 East Av. 
Anderson Oscar, clerk J. C. Sellers, r. 1020 

Mission 
Anderson Oscar, clerk Soto House, r, 32, 4th 
Anderson Oscar, cooper A. Lawson, r. 150 

Steuart 
Anderson Oscar, master schr. Lottie Carson, 

10 California, room 3 
Anderson Oscar, painter, r. 648 Mission 
Anderson Oscar, porter St. Luke's Hospital 
Anderson Oscar N., clerk Charles Nelson, r. 

2414 Pacific Av. 
Anderson Oscar W., carpet cutter M. Fried- 
man & Co.. r. 536 Hermann 
Anderson Otto, hostler Thomas Kelly & Sons. 

r. 1517% Ellis 
Anderson Otto, surveyor, r. 117 Collingwood 
Anderson P.. 2d officer str. Australia 
Anderson Patrick, fireman str. Piedmont, r. 

Berkeley 
Anderson Paul, r. 17th Av. nr. N 
Anderson Paul, master str. F. M. Smith 
Anderson Paul, with 'Tivoli Cafe 
Anderson P. E., master mariner, r. 323 Fre- 
mont 
Anderson Peter, carpenter and builder. 687 

Geary, r. 756 Geary 
Anderson Peter, clerk Overland House 
Anderson Peter, cook Henry Diers, r. 438 Jes- 
sie 
Anderson Peter, deckhand str. San Joaquin 
Anderson Peter, driver Morgan Oyster Co. r. 

47 Silver 
Anderson Peter, engineer, r. 1432 Valencia 
Anderson Peter, engineer Tug Rescue, r. 915 

Battery 
Anderson Peter, liquors, 432 Brannan. r. 71 

Converse 
Anderson Peter, master schr. Ida W.. r. 103 

Juniper 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 218 East South 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 739, 4th 
Anderson Peter, 2d officer str. Noyo. r. 17% 

Harriet 
Anderson Peter, tallow maker Cal. Tallow 

MHis., r. 1240, 6th Av. South 
Anderson Peter, waiter Nielsen & Toft 
Anderson Peter, washer Electric Laundry, r. 

2022 Folsom 
Anderson Peter, watchman Oregon Coal & 

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Anderson Peter N., propr. Hermann House 

2013 Folsom 
Anderson Peter N. Jr., clerli Hermann House, 

r. 2013 Folsom 
Anderson Rasmus, hodcarrier, r. 105 South 

California 
ANDERSON EEINHOLD L. 

overland and saloon lunches, saloons sup- 
plied with hot and cold lunches. 1368-1372 
Market. 7-11 City Hall Av., r. 2727 Pine 
Anderson R. H. Mrs., r. 321 Guerrero 
Anderson Richard K. (Anderson Bros.), r. 1225 

San Bruno Av. 
Anderson Robert, baker Standard Biscuit Co. 

r. 817 Filbert 
Anderson Robert, laborer, r. 330 Brannan 
Anderson Robert, liquors, 520 Pacific, r. 910 

Kearny 
Anderson Robert, switchman, r. 521>^ How- 
ard 
Anderson Robert A., picture mat maker 

Schussler Bros., r. 405 McAllister 
Anderson Robert W., master mariner, r. 708 

Douglass 
Anderson Roy R., porter, r. 205 Chattanooga 
Anderson R. Sumter, school Parrott Bide 

r. 318 Golden Gate Av. 
Anderson S.. seaman, r. 22 East South 
Anderson Sadie, widow, liquors. 274 Tehama 
Anderson Samuel, laborer engineer's dept. U. 

S. A., r. 2 Ewer PI. 
Anderson Samuel, printer, r. 527 Sacramento 
Anderson Samuel, seaman, r. 241 Steuart 
Anderson Samuel, seaman str. Ruth, r. 106 

Steuart 
Anderson Samuel, tailor, r. 903 Bush 
Anderson Samuel C. grinder California Saw 

■WTis., r. 2711 Harrison 
Anderson Samuel P., laborer Union Iron 

■WTis., r. 4030, 20th 
Anderson Sarah, widow, r. 2661 Howard 
Anderson Smith, salesman D. Samuels Lace 

House Co.. r. 2019 Devisadero 
Anderson Sophia, domestic. 26314 Harriet 
Anderson Sophie, domestic, 1522 Broadway 
Anderson Sophie Miss, r. 19a Kissling 
Anderson Stewart M., cashier L. B. Edwards 

r. Belvedere 
Anderson Swen, conductor Market St. Ry r 

24 California Av. 
Anderson Tennie Miss, r. 872 Mission 
Anderson Theodore, cook. r. 1052 Howard 
Anderson Theodore, ice puller National Ice 

Co., r. 741 Filbert 
Anderson Theodore, laborer, r. 336 Harriet 
Anderson Theodore, porter, r. 211. 4th 
Anderson Theodore, seaman, r. 31 Broadway 
Anderson Theodore, seaman str. Point Arena, 

r. 120 Howard 
Anderson Theresa Miss. clerk Frederick 

Brown, r. 26 Rincon PI. 
Anderson Thomas, chief engineer str. Oak- 
land, r. 26 Rincon Pi. 
Anderson Thomas, electrician, r. 544 Sanchez 
Anderson Thomas, laborer, r. 202, 6th 
Anderson Thomas, president Seg. Belcher & 
Midas Consolidated Mining Co., Nevada 
Block, r. 2815 Devisadero 
Anderson Thomas, rigger Union Iron Wks.. r. 

353, 10th 
Anderson Thomas, seaman, r. 355, 4th 
Anderson Thomas, sparmaker, r. 2963. 26th 
Anderson Thomas, teamster, r. 330 Brannan 



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Anderson Thomas H., 

Ry., r. 3186, 16th 
Anderson Thomas W., salesman Mohns & 

Kaltenbach, r. Alameda 
Anderson Victor, porter Merchants' Ice and 

Cold Storage Co., r. 22 Cuvier 
Anderson Victor, tailor F. E. Smith r 11 

Frankfort Av. 
Anderson Victor, tanner Anton Krieg, r. 141S 

Kansas 
Anderson Victor J., clerk Fairbanks, Morse & 

Co., r. 2153, 15th 
Anderson Waldron W., teacher dancing 814 

Geary, r. 709 Polk 
Anderson Wallace, apprentice Dow Steam 

Pump Wks.. r. 330 Brannan 
Anderson Walter B., clerk, r, 804 Larkln 
Anderson Walter C. bookkeeper Western 

Meat Co., r. 7S1 Hayes 

Anderson Walter E., foreman machine shop 

Fulton Eng. & Ship Bldg. Wks., r. IS 

Dehon 

Anderson Walter G.. secretary The Friedlan- 

der Hat Co., 323-325 Pine, r. 1616';4 Fultoa 

Anderson W. C. Mrs., saleslady Silverman 

Bros., r. 309 Powell 
Anderson W. G.. cook, r. 95 Steuart 
Anderson William, r. 2205% Mason 
Anderson William, apprentice Dow Steam 

Pump Wks., r. 330 Brannan 
Anderson William, bartender E. L. McGarity. 

r. 711 Stockton 
Anderson William, barber, r. 225 Natoma 
Anderson William, clerk Payot, Upham & 

Co., r, 25 Everett 
Anderson William, elevatorman. r. 613 Powell 
Anderson William, engineer Tubbs Cordage 

Co., r. 552 Indiana 
Anderson William, fireman U. S. str. McAr- 

thur. r. 6 Howard 
Anderson William, laborer Union Iron Wks. 

r. 2134, 15th 
Anderson William, longshoreman, r. 43 Na- 
toma 
Anderson William, lumberman, r. 247, 2d 
Anderson William, molder, r. 143, 3d 
Anderson William, molder, r. 230 Harriet 
Anderson William, painter Cal. Paint Co., r. 

522 Jessie 
Anderson William, plumber, r. 2844 Baker 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 238. 28th 
Anderson William B. (Anderson Bros.) r. 1221 

San Bruno Av. 
Anderson William B. Rev., pastor Bethel 

African M. E. Church, r. 1132 Broadway 
Anderson William E., buyer, r. 225 Natoma 
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attorney-at-law (ex-Assistant Attorney- 
General of California) entrance room 591 
Parrott Bldg., tel. South 282, r. 3915 Cali- 
fornia 
Anderson William H., calker, r. 417 Elizabetti 
Anderson William J., barber John F. Skinner,. 

r. 949 Mission 
Anderson William J., business manager H. 

Anderson, r. 26 O'Farrell 
Anderson William O., r. 208 Moulton 
Anderson William R., helper Union Iron 

Wks., r. 44, 3d 
Anderson William R., millhand Union Lum- 
ber Co.. r. 716 Brannan 
Anderson William R., tinsmith, r. B22^4 

Jessie 
Anderson William T.. salesman L. Feldmann 

& Co., r. 624 Jersey 
Anderson William W.. mining, r. 225 Drumm 
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1220 Sutter, tel. East 14, r. 203O Pacific Av., 
tel. West 123 
Anderson & Greig (Oakland) contractors ana 

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Anderson's Oakland, San Francisco and Mills 
Seminary Express, Oscar A. Haws propr., 
29 East North 
Anderton Edward G., painter, r. 3388, 20th 
Anderton Florence, widow, r. 3388, 20th 
Anderton Henry, seaman str. Mariposa 
Anderton Kate Miss, r. 3388, 20th 
Anderton Louis S., clerk, r. 3388, 20th 
Andes August, foreman S. N. Wood & Co., r. 

42414 Grove 
ANDES SILVER MINING CO. 

(Storey Co., Nev.), Charles H. Fish presi- 
dent, John W. Twiggs secretary, 20-22 Ne- 
vada Block 
Andrichou Jean, laborer, r. 1333, 7th Av. South 
Andker Andrew, tailor, r. 1605 Castro 
Andler J. Victor, bookkeeper Pioneer Glass 

Wks., r. 937 Sanchez 
Andra Anthony, seaman str. Alliance 
Andrade Antonia. widow, r. 1512 Powell 
Andrade Bernard, coatroom clerk Palace 

Hotel, r. 340 Geary 
Andrade Hortense Miss, teacher piano, r. 1804 

Mason 
Andrade Joseph S., chief engineer str. Pied- 
mont, r. Oakland 
Andrade M. Mrs., r. 4 Rincon Av. 
Andrade Manuel, waiter str. Acapulco 
Andrade Manuel J. (Cakes & Co.) r. San Le- 

andro 
Andrade Patricio, miner, r. 1904 Mason 
Andrade Vicenta, widow, r. 1904 Mason 
Andrae Harry R.. barber and cigars, 1301 Cas- 
tro, r. 626% Elizabeth 
Andrae Henry T., longshoreman, r. 90 South 

Park 
Andrae Oscar, lithographer, r. 516 Stockton 
Andre Anthony A., adjuster Edward Brown & 

Sons, r. 303 Devisadero 
Andrfi Ernest, captain Army Heaven, S. a. 

Brannan bet. 8th and 9th 
Andre Gustav, tailor, r. 313 Bush 
Andre J. L.. porter Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co., r. 416 Montgomery 
Andre J. Lewis, draughtsman United Engi- 
neering Wks., r. 303 Devisadero 
Andre Joseph, laundryman Mrs. E. Escude, r. 
217, 27th 

ANDRE LEON 

employment office 316 Stockton, tele- 
phone Main 1304, r. Alameda 

Andre Pauline Mme., manager female dept. 

Leon Andre, r. 2216 Union 
Andre Robert, cook, r. 414 Jackson 
IE? Andre. See Andrie 
Andrea Florian, farmer, r. 711 Mission 
Andrea Florient L., propr. Rocky Mountain 

Dairy, 16th Av. South nr. G 
Andrea John, waiter str. Colon 
Andrea Miguel, seaman str. Senator 
Andreas Fritz, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Andreas Lars, seaman, r. 66 Jackson 
Andreatti Giovanni, fruits, r. 2800 Gough 
Andreazzi Uhaldo (Battistessa and Andreazzi) 

r. 518 Greenwich 
CS'Andregg. See Anderegg 
Andres Caroline, widow.' r. 565 Mission 
Andres Charles, upholsterer, r. 2911, 16th 
Andres Christian, cooper Lachman & Jacob!, 

r. 307a, 6th 
Andres Frederick O., cutter Carson Glove Co., 

r. 542 Turk 
Andres George S., superintendent Pacific Oil 

& Lead Wks., r. 1910 Vallejo 
Andres Henry, machinist Main Street Iron 

Wks., r. 560 Howard 
Andres John P., tinner Leverenz & Klimm, r. 

666 Mission 
Andres Joseph, r. 202 Laguna 
Andres Louise, widow, r. 2754 Octavia 
Andresen Andrew, teamster Frank B. Peter- 
son, r. 1443 Harrison 
Andresen Carl O., clerk Newman & Levinson, 

r. 3032 Ellis 



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Andresen Christian, laborer, r. 67 Zoe 
Andresen Christine M., widow, varieties, 4073, 

24tti 
Andresen Henry, seaman, r. 1019 York 
Andresen Ingeborg Miss, r. Old People's 

Home 
Andresen Julius C, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

1412y2, 7th Av. 
Andresen Niels A., motorman Market St. Ry., 

r. 1211 Steiner 
Andresen Paul, baker, r. 625 Clay 
Andresen Peter, cooper Cal. Barrel Co., r, 

1048, 5th Av. South 
C:? Andresen. See Andersen, Anderson and 

Enderson 
Andressen Louis, butcher Jam.es J. Looney, 

r. 319, 1st 
Andressen Peter, carpenter, r. 1846 Folsom 
ANDREW ADAM 

president Mount Shasta Mineral Springs 
Co., office cor. 6th and Townsend, r. 2517 
Pacific Av. 
Andrew Anne E. Mrs., matron Branch Re- 
ceiving Hospital, r. 125, 14th 
Andrew Cornelia, widow, r. 646 Fell 
Andrew Katharine, widow, dressmaking, 1616 

Union, r. 1620 Union 
Andrew Sanford, r. 646 Fell 
(CT Andrew. See Andrews, Andros and And- 

rus 
ANDBEWS A. 

proprietor Andrews' Diamond Palace, 221 
Montgomery, r. Lick House 
Andrews A. Miss, nurse, r. 1101 Geary 
Andrews Abraham, salesman, r. 621 O'Farrell 
Andrews Achsah D., widow, r. 740^ Grove 
Andrews Alexander, carpenter, r. 13 Johns- 
ton Av. 
Andrews Amund, watchman, r. 1316 Kansas 
Andrews Annie, widow, nurse, r. 110 Mason 
Andrews Annie Mrs., nurse Alms House 
Andrews Augusta E., widow, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Caroline B. Mrs., postmaster Presi- 
dio Reservation 
Andrews Charles, clerk J. W. Schouten & 

Co., r. Oakland. 
Andrews Charles, engineer Stauffer Chemical 

Co., r. 1927 Stockton 
Andrews Charles, machinist Williams & Or- 

ton. r. 753 Howard 
Andrews Charles, seaman, r. 729V^ Folsom 
Andrews Charles F., manager Sunset Publish- 
ing Co., r. 272 Lexington Av. 
ANDREWS' DIAMOND PALACE 

A. Andrews proprietor, 221 Montgomery 
Andrews Edwin H., student, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Edwin O., carpenter, r. 255, 7tti 
Andrews Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, r. 1410 

Octavia 
Andrews Ethel, widow, r. 208 Eddy 
Andrews Frank H., linen clerk Palace Hotel, 

r. 107 Turk 
Andrews Frank teamster Frank W. Johnson, 

r. 240 Shotwell 
Andrews Frank G., secretary Pacific Asphal- 

tum Pipe Co.. 31, 2d. r. 2830 Bush 
Andrews. Frederick J., carpenter Risdon I. & 

L. Wks., r. 908 Treat Av. 
Andrews George, asst. engineer str. Gold, r. 

Petaluma, Cal. 
Andrews George T.. real estate, r. 231 Castro 
Andrews George W., bookkeeper Henry Mof- 
fat, r. 2494 Post 
Andrews Granville V., r. 359^ Brannan rear 






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Andrews Harriet Mrs., furnishing goods, 255, 



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Andrews Harry A., physician. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Hattie I. Miss, r. 2437 Buchanan 
Andrews Henry, r. 2316 San Jose Av. 
Andrews Henry, carpet layer, r. 1102 Howard 
Andrews Henry H.. r. 631 Sacramento 
Andrews Herbert B.. printer H. S. Croclier 

Co., r. 1105 Hyde 
Andrews Herbert L., painter, r. 740^ GroTe 
Andrews J., porter, r. 614 Howard 
Andrews James, clerl; freight auditor's dent 

S. P. Co., r. Berkeley 
Andrews James, coachman Michael Conlon r 
1525 California ■ ' 

Andrews James, engineer, r. 1514 Folsom 
Andrews James, painter Stein The Painter 

r. 5 Franklin 
Andrews James Jr., carpenter Stein The 

Painter, r. 5 Franklin 
Andrews Jeremiah M.. master str. Captain 

Weber, r. 1611 Waller 
Andrews Jesse S., cashier Edward Brown & 

Sons, r. 2230 Broadway 
Andrews John (Zervas & Andrews) 21914, 6th 
Andrews John, asst. engineer str. Aurora, r 

4317. 23d 
Andrews John, restaurant, 2723 Sutter 
Andrews John C. harnessmaker Leibold Har- 
ness Co.. r. 104 Grove 
Andrews John C. Mrs., furnished rooms 104 

Grove 
Andrews John R. Rev., pastor First Swedish 

M. E. Church, r. 13 Glen Park Av. 
Andrews Joseph, deckhand str. Mary Garratt 
Andrews Joseph A., teamster Masonic Ceme- 
tery, r. 13 Johnston Av. 
Andrews J. C, blacksmith, r. 1501 Mission 
Andrews L.. butcher, r. 1359. 6th Av. South 
Andrews Lester G., shoemaker, r. "95 O'Far- 

rell 
Andrews Lewis, marbleeutter C. R. Haw- 
thorne, r. 13 Johnston Av. 
Andrews Louisa, widow, r. 13 Johnston Av. 
Andrews M., seaman str. Senator 
Andrews Manuel, laborer, r. 416 Union 
Andrews Marinus A., cabinetmaker, r. 1316 

Kansas 
Andrews Mattie Mrs., propr. The Auditorium. 

410 Post 
Andrews Merten S. (Price & Andrews) r. 2016 

Sutter 
Andrews Nelson, bookkeeper Matthew Tur- 
ner, r. 1148 Kentucky 
Andrews Noble E., gripman Sutter St. Ry. r. 

1508 Central Av. 
Andrews Otis C. teamster, r. 756 Harrison 
Andrews Peter, bartender, r. 321 Golden Gate 

Av. 
Andrews Reginald, carpenter, r. 1525'.4 Cali- 
fornia 
Andrews Robert S.. conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 928 Broadway 
Andrews Susan Mrs., nurse, r. 210 Turk 
Andrews Theodore P., salesman, r. 1703 Scott 
Andrews Thomas G.. stagehand California 

Theatre, r. 2 Chatham PI. 
Andrews Thomas H.. stage carpenter Grand 
Opera House, r. Hotel Francisco 

ANDREWS THOMAS P. 

photo^aphic and magic lantern appara- 
tus. 109 Montgomery, r. 117-\ Bartlett 



ANDREWS WALTER J. 

general agent Pacific Coast Cortland 
Wagon Co. of Cortland, N. Y., and Troy 
Carriage Sunshade Co. of Troy, Ohio, 37 
Crocker Bldg, r. 1331 CaUfomia 
Andrews William, barber, 532, 3d, r. 910V4 Har- 
rison 
Andrews William A., porter Meyerstein Co., r. 

20 Hancock 
IC7 Andrews. See Andrew, Andros, Andross 

and Andrus 
Andriano A. Koch, atty-at-law, r. 2212 Union 
Andrie Alfred, gardener, r. 1213 Geary 
Andries Charles, laborer Stauffer Chemical 

Co., r. Oakland 
Andrieux Armand, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co. 
Andrick Fritz, driver Siemon & Riess r. 43» 

Eddy 
Andronnetti Paul, laborer, r. 2441 Larkin 
Andros Maria, widow, r. 2403 Clay 
Andros Milton (Andros & Prank) r. 191S 

Broadway 
ANDROS & FRANK 

(Milton Andros and Nathan H. Frank) 

attorneys-at-law, 320 Sansome, rooms 6-7 

Andross Elmer E., pastor Seventh Day Ad- 

ventist Church, r. 719 Webster 
Andross Jennie H., widow, r. 405 Hyde 
Andross Porter H., mining secretary, 324 Pine. 

r. 405 Hyde 
Andross Wiiliam C. clerk, r. 405 Hyde 
C^ Andross. See Andrews and Andrus 
ANDROTJS S. N. 

president Pacific Coast Jockey Club Pal- 
• ace Hotel 
Andrus George, engineer, r. 504 Natoma 
Andrus Jessie M. Miss, r. 205 Taylor 
in^ Andrus. See Andrew, Andrews and An- 
dross 
Anfender John, porter str. San Jose 
Anfibolo Felice, r. 2102 Stockton 
Antindsen Bernhard, 1st officer str. Ruth, r. 

15 Pacific 
Anfindsen Ole, master mariner, r. 527 Hill 
Angeir Dwight M., wharfinger Ferry Bldg.. r. 

404 Turk 
Angel Forrest Z.. painter, r. 2960c Folsom 
Angel Godfrey L.. cigars and tobacco, 15S6 

Market, r. 151514 Mission 
Angel Hayes J., dyeing and cleaning, 1004 

JIcAllister 
Angel Island Fog Station, John Ross keeper 
CT'ADgel. See Angell, Ankel, Engel, Engle 

and Enkle 
Angelas Nicholas, waiter S. F. Laundry, r. 

1519 Eddy 
Angelbeck Fred, printer Eastman & Thomas, 

r. 525^,^ Stevenson 
Angelbeck William, cellarman Wm. Hoel- 

scher & Co., r. 52514 Stevenson 
Angeli Alfonso, dyer, r. 733 Filbert 
Angeli Alfred, butcher S. Granucci, r. 733 Fil- 
bert 
Angelis A., peddler, r. S53V4 Folsom 
Angelis August, tinsmith John Coyne, r, 458 

Natoma 
Angelis Edward C, ceoper Cal. Barrel Co., r. 

3339, 20th 
Angelis Henry C, porter Tillmann & Bendel, 

r. 264 Natoma 
Angelis Mary A., widow, r, 3339, 20th 
Angelis Minnie C. Miss, clerk, r. 3339. 20th 
Angelis P., cook Cal. Trans. Co., r. 246, 3d 
Angelis Rudolph W. (Angelis & Young) r. 

3339. 20th 
Angelis & Young (Rudolph W. Angelis and 

Charles W. Young) butchers, 3347, 18th 
Angelius Charles, gripman Market St. Ry., r. 

1S17B Howard 
Angelius Frederick, driver Chicago Brewery. 

r. 408 Austin Av. 
Angelius John D.. driver St. Nicholas Laun- 
dry, r. 26014 Tehama 
Angelius Richard, salesman, r. 26m Tehama 



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Angell Chester L., draughtsman Golden State 
& Miners' Iron Wks., r. 2200 Howard 

AngfU Chester R., apprentice First St. Wks. 
Union Iron WTts. r. 159 South Park 

Angell Harry M., pharmacist, r. 112, 3d At. 

Angell Horace B., r. 2200 Howard 

Angell L. C. Mrs., widow, r. 112, 3d At. 

Angell Otis B., r. 2200 Howard 

Angell Romaine L., bellman Palace Hotel, r. 
233 Powell 

[CTAngell. See Angel, Ankel, Engel, Engle 
and Enkle 

Angella Mitchell, laborer Union Iron Wks., r, 
327 Texas 

Angelo Constantino G.. oysters, 336%, 6th 

Angelo Edward J., collector S. F. Gas & 
Elec. Co.. r. 137, 10th 

Angelo George, blacksmith J. B. Lacaze, r. 
r. 1010 Montgomery 

Angelo George, seaman, r. 11 Freelon 

Angelo Henry J., druggist, r. 133 Ash At. 

Angelo Raymo, with Standard Soda Water 
Co., r. 533a Halght 

Angelo Wallace P., salesman, r. 1534, 10th Av. 

Angelotti R., musician, r. 324 O'Farrell 

Angelovich Anna Mrs., r. 1412^^ Pacific 

AngeloTich Frank, butcher, r. 1412% Pacific 

Angelovich George, clerk, r. 1412% Pacific 

Angelovich Joseph, molder, r. 1412% Pacific 

Angelovich Joseph R., restaurant, 7 Mission 

Angels Bernard, peddler, r. 935 Shotwell 

Angels Camp Quartz Mining Co. (Calaveras 
Co.) Thomas J. Schuyler secretary. Mills 
Bldg. 

Angelus Monthly The (Catholic) ReT. P. J. 
O'Farrell editor. 22 Clay 

Angermuende William, musician, r. 514 Mason 

Angerstein Frederick, musician, r. 1010 Flor- 
ida 

Angevine Orla, doorman Palace Hotel, r. 183 
Russ 

Angler Walley T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas & 
Elec. Co., r. 234 Post 

C^ Angler. See Angeir 

Anglade John, stockraiser, r. 607 Stockton 

Anglasay Delia, widow, r. 239% Langton 

Anglasay Henry, laborer, r. 239% Langton 

Anglasay Thomas, woolsorter, r. 239% Lang- 
ton 

Anglin Annie, widow, r. 2621% Bryant 

Anglin Thomas, r. 721 Minna 

Anglo-American Crockery & Glassware Co., 
Maurice Block and Isidore S. Ackerman 
managers, lOS-114 Pine 

ANQLO-CALIFORNIAN BANK 

(Ltd.) Ignatz Steinhart and Philip N. 
Lilienthal managers, NE. cor. Pine and 
Sansome 

Anglo-Mexican Mining Co., Ltd. (Mexico) 
James O. Whitney agent, 73 Nevada 
Block 

Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co., George H. C. 
Bradford agent, 132 California 

Anglum Daniel, janitor City Hall, r. 67% 
Minna 

Angman Christine U. Miss, r. 4305 California 

Angon John, baker, r. 815 Greenwich 

Angonnet Bernard (Frank Angonnet & Son) 
r. 606 Post 

Angonnet Frank (Prank Angonnet & Son) r. 
506 Post 

Angonnet Frank & Son (Frank and Bernard) 
wood and coal. 506 Post 

Angus James S., office 230 Montgomery 

ANGUS WILLIAM 

secretary The Pacific Syndicate, 235-238 
Crocker Bldg.. r. Oakland 

Anie Frederick, piano polisher, 44 Juniper 

ANINO JUAN 

first secretary Guatemala Consul, 421 Mar- 
ket, r. 613 Bush 

ANITA GOLD MINING COMPANY 
(Amador Co.) John Barton president. Ed- 
ward C. Hutchinson secretary, 404 Mont- 
gomery 

Anixter Abraham, canvasser, r. 1609% Turk 

Anixter Harris, r. 1408% Devisadero 



W, W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

Black and Oalranized 

and FITTINGS, all Sizes, for Gas, 

Steam and Water. 

309, 311, 313, 316 and 317 MARKET ST. 



Anixter Louis, r. 1609% Turk 

Anixter TiUie Miss, dressmaker, r. 1609% Turk 

Ankel Harry, manager Pacific Company 

Home Monthly, Parrott Bldg., r. 1048 

Golden Gate At. 
CT" Ankel. See Angel, Angell, Engel, Engle 

and Enkle 
Ankele John H., special agent North German 

Fire Ins. Co., r. 2411 Pacific At. 
Anker Guttenberg H., clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 1255% California 
Anker Nicholas A., jeweler, 13 Trinity, r. 

2584 Folsom 
Angers George, master schr. Oceanic 'Vance, 

r. Mill Valley, Cal. 
Annan William C, shoemaker Chas. A. 0ns- 

tott, r. 564 Mission 
Annersen John, waiter City and County Hos- 
pital 
Annerskow John, master mariner, r. 66 Ore- 
gon 
Annett Robert, driver Chas. Brown & Son, r. 

127, 4th 
Annett William M., lodgings, 50%. 3d 
Annis Arthur M., manager Annis Printing 

Co., 10 Stevenson, r. 3426. 21st 
Annis Charles H., propr. Annis Printing Co., 

10 Stevenson, r. 3426, 21st 
Annis Charles H. Jr., laborer U. S. Customs, 

r. 215 Chestnut 
Annis Eva, widow, machine operator, r. 303 

3d 
Annis Printing Co., Charles H. Annis proprie- 
tor. 10 Stevenson 
[C?' Annis. See Ennis and Innes 
Anonson F., r. 22 East South 
Ansberg Baruch, butcher, r. 919 Greenwich 
Ansberg Isidor, peddler, r. 919 Greenwich 
Ansbro Harry T., driver La Grande Laundry, 

r. 137. 13th 
Ansbro James, fruits and vegetables, 1217 

Scott 
Ansbro Matthew C, (M. C. Ansbro & Co.) r. 

2010 Jackson 
ANSBBO M. C. & CO. 

(J. R. Sneyd-Kynnersley and Matthew C. 

Ansbro) importers and dealers in fine arts, 

1138-1140 Sutter, tel. East 85 
Ansbro Michael, laborer S. P. Co. 
Anschicks Henry, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 490, 8th 
Ansell J., longshoreman P. C. SS. Co. 
Ansell J. N.. 2d officer str. Morgan City 
Ansell Pauline, widow, r. 1713 Ellis 
Anselm H. Mrs., tailoress Women's Co-opera- 
tive Sewing Co., r. 63 Rausch rear 
Anselm Henry, sweeper City St. Imp. Co., r. 

63 Rausch rear 
[C?*Ansenhofer. See Anzenhofer 
Ansley B. S., photographer, r. 2025 Pacific At. 
Ansley James C, engineer R. Dunsmuir's 

Sons Co.. r. 2025 Pacific Av. 
Ansley Washington, cooperage, 14 Merchant 
Anson George, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

1200 Treat Av. 
Anson Henry, teamster, r. 307 Turk 
Anson Henry S., r. 324, 11th Av. 
Anson J. D., mining, r. 1228 Mission 
Anson John, carpenter, r. 554 Stevenson 
Anson M. E. Mrs., ticket seller Sutro Baths, 

r. 324. nth Av. 
ANSONIA CLOCK CO. 

Nordman Bros, agents, 126 Sutter 
Ansot Henry, designer, r. 1439 Pine 



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Ansot Jeanne Mrs., stamping and embroidery 

1340 Polk, r. 1439 Pine 
Ansot Louise Miss, r. 1439 Pine 
Anspach Julius H,, laborer, r. 147 Perry 
Anspach Louis B., bartender Osmer & Co r 

147 Perry 
Anspach Philipina, widow, r. 147 Perry 
Anspach William, bartender W. Eggert r 

147 Perry 
Anspacher Abraham, r. 2315 Broadway 
Anspacher Brothers, S. Anspacher president 

hay and grain, 214 Pine 
Anspacher Joseph, r. Sll Van Ness Av. 
Anspacher Philip, secretary Anspacher Bros 

214 Pine, room 17. r. 2315 Broadway 
Anspacher Simon, president Anspacher Bros 

214 Pine, room 17. r. 2604 Pacific Av. 
Anstett Edward, zincographer, r. 724b Green 
Antano John, seaman str. Colon 
Anteina John, laborer D. Woerner r. 169 Erie 
Anthes Frank F., with Shreve & Co., r. 2416 

Bush 
Anthes Fred P., clerk Newman & Levinson 

r. 2415 Bush 
Anthes Hubert, clerk, r. 832 O'Farrell 
Anthes Katherine, widow, r. 2415 Bush 
Anthes Louis H., clerk Henry Lund & Co r 

2415 Bush 
Anthes Peter, r. 832 O'Farrell 
Anthes Peter Jr., selector Wangenheim 

Sternheim & Co., r. 832 O'Farrell 
Anthien Leo, propr. Green Mountain Dairy 

Wayland nr. Cambridge 
Anthonison George, wiremaker, r. 2314b Mason 
Anthonison Henry, laborer, r. 2314b Mason 
Anthonison Walter S., wireworker. r. 2314B 



Anthonison William D., clerk, r. 2314B Mason 

Anthony Abraham, detective, r. 3235 21st 

Anthony Al., clerk Moise-Klinkner' Co. r 
123i,i Langton 

Anthony Albert D.. master mariner r 229 
Golden Gate Av, 

Anthony Arthur K., porter Dunham. Carrigan 
& Hayden Co., r. Berkeley 

Anthony Carrie Miss., r. 3 Cohen PI. 

Anthony Charles, r. 3396, 20th 

Anthony Charles C, clerk C. E. Whitney & 
Co., r. Russ House 

Anthony Edward H. Mrs., r. 411, 10th Av 

Anthony Edward T.. repacker, 407 Commercial 
r. 604 Merchant 

ANTHONY EDWIN B. 

assistant paymaster Southern Pacific Co 
4 Montgomery, r. 1617 Alameda Av., Ala- 
meda 

Anthony Frank, seal clerk local freight office 
S. P. Co., r. 3714 Clara 

Anthony Frank J., clerk local freight office 
S. P. Co., r. 3714 Clara 

Anthony Guy L.. clerk, r. 924 Page 

Anthony Harry, r. 924 Page 

Anthony Harvey Miss, r. 2606 Pacific Av 

Anthony J., r. 134, 4th 

Anthony Jacob A., carpenter, r. 231 Castro 

Anthony James F., liquors, cor. Ocean and 
Lee Avs. 

Anthony Jesse C, physician. Chronicle Bldg 
r. 1239 Pine 

Anthony John, with Pacific Syndicate, 238 
Crocker Bldg. 

Anthony John H.. U. S. Special Pension Ex- 
aminer, r. 924 Page 

Anthony Joseph, barber, 408V4, 6th, r. 123% 
Langton 



Anthony Max, barber G. W. Costley r 271 

O'Farrell 
Anthony Tessie Miss, r. 3235, 21st 
Anthony Thomas B., agent, r. SISV, Franklin 
Anthony V. F. Mrs., r. 781 Sutter 
Anthony William G., motorman Market St 

Ry., r. 1214V4 Scott 
Anthony William T., repacker E. T. Anthony 
r. 631 Sacramento ' 

Anthony William V., miner, r. 1045 Mission 
E?- Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 

Antich Martin, cook MilkuJich & Kiselich r 
4 Union PI. 

Antippas Alexander, fruits and confectionery. 
344 Sutter and Cliff Av. nr. Cliff House, 
r. 13V4 Hawthorne 

Antippas Andrew, fruits and vegetables 41 
Market, r, 25 Minna 

Antippas John, finisher Pac. Chair Co. r. 13% 
Hawthorne 

Antippas Leo, fruits, r. 13% Hawthorne 

Antippas Nicholas, r. 13V2 Hawthorne 

ANTiaXTAKIAN BOOK STOBE 

Mrs. Josephine L. Labbe proprietor 547 
Washington 

Antogninl Emile G., r. 509 Broadway 

Antognini Giacomo E.. propr. La Svizzera 729 
Montgomery, r. 511 Broadway 

Antoine Paul, vice-consul France, 604 Com- 
mercial 

Antoldi Stanislas (P. Morbio & Co.) r. 332 
Stockton 

Anton Frank (Anton & Enderli) r. 2336 Green- 
wich 

Anton Thomas M., salesman, r. 816 O'Farrell 

Anton & Enderli (Frank Anton and Fred En- 
derli) liquors, 2336 Greenwich 

Antone Manuel, deckhand str. Apache 

Antone Nicholas, cook str. Acapulco 

Antonetti Edward, painting contractor 111 
Ellis 

Antonetti Edward Jr., clerk Coburn, Tevis & 
Co., r. Ill Ellis 

Antonetti Emile, porter R. Bail, r. 109 Powell 

Antoni Amanda, domestic, 1332 Fulton 

Antoni B., painter, r. 6 Varennes 

Antoni Ermanagildo, fish dealer, r. 6% Jasper 

Antoni Louis, liquors, 303 Montgomery Av 
Antoni Samuele (Antoni & Pellegrini) r. 529 

Union 
Antoni & Pellegrini (Samuele Antoni 
Giuseppe Pellegrini) wood and coal 
Green 

C3"Antoni. See Anthony and Antony 
Antonia George, seaman str. City of Sydney 
Antoniades Euthymius, cook, r. 525% Steven- 
son 
'Antonietto Victoria, widow, r. 29% Lily Av. 
Antonini Gianbattista (Sunset Florists) r. 728 

Green 
Antonini Vittore. salesman, r. 522 Green 
Antonio Caledonia Mrs., nurse, r. 804% Geary 
Antonioli Casimira, liquors, NE. cor Wash- 
ington and Battery, r. 1409i/i Mason 
Antonizzl Giovanni, barber, r. 820 Vallejo 
Antonovich Dominic G.. shipping clerk A. 

Galli Fruit Co., r. 712 Green 
Antonovich Florio, clerk Paul Friedman r. 

712 Green 
Antonovich Nicholas, sweeper City St. Imp. 

Co., r. 921 Jackson rear 
Antonovich William G., attorney-at-law, 8 

Montgomery Block, r. 712 Green 
Antonsen Hans, sugar boiler, r. 2331 Hum- 
boldt 
Antony Henry, cutler Will & Finck Co., r. 819 

North Point 
ttyAntony. See Anthony and Antoni 
Antrim Howard D., messenger Wells Fargo 

& Co. Express, r. 2531 Post 
Antron Annie Miss, tailoress, r. 21 Mary 
Antron Edward P., stenographer J. H. Moors, 

r. 21 Mary 
Antron Julius, seaman, r. 21 Mary 
Antron Peter, r. 21 Mary 

Antz Albert H., butcher Henry Antz r. 1825 
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Antz Frederick J., butcher Henry Antz, r. 

1S25 Bush 
ANTZ HENKY 

butcher Grand Western Market, r. 1825 
Bush 
Anvek Christine, domestic, 552 O'Farrell 
Anzenhofer Carl, teamster 0. A. Hooper & 

Co., r. 107 Holloway At. 
Anzenhofer Louis, teamster, r. 107 Holloway 

Av. 
Anzenhofer Louis Jr., teamster, r. 107 Hollo- 
way Av. 
Anzenhofer Peter, r. 240 Pope 
Anzenhofer William, carpenter, r. 107 Hollo- 
way Av. 
A. O. U. W. California (monthly) 65 Flood 

Bldg. 
Aoki T., Japanese artist, 131 Post 
AOKI TETSUTABO 

agent Yokohama Specie Bank, 515 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1323 Clay 
Apac Secundino, Spanish interpreter, r. IO2714 

Harrison 
Apel August, musician, r. 25 Rondel PI. 
Apel Ferdinand C, cigarmaker, r. 25 Rondel 

PI. 
Apel Frederick E., pharmacist G. Leipnitz & 

Co., r. 319 Sutter 
Apel Herman, cigarmaker, r. 25 Rondel PI. 
Apel Herman, tanner Samuel Bloom & Sons, 

r. 4 Wolfe 
Apel Josephine, widow, r. 25 Rondel PI. 
Apel Paul J., cigar mfr., 25 Rondel PI. 
c5"ApeI. See Appel. Appell and Apple 
Apelt Charles M. Mrs., shirt mfr., 136 Mont- 
gomery Av. r. 1343 Powell 
Aperio Michael, r. 617% Kills rear 
Aperio Nash, driver J. J. Affolter, r. 617V4 

Dllis rear 
Apfelbach Ludwig. confectioner, r. 324, 4th 
Apgar Charles W., barber L. W. Lindgren, r. 

29% Moss 
ApUn Walter H. (Aplin & West) r. 2oS Minna 
Aplin & West (Walter H. Aplin and Thomas 

West) restaurant, 789 Mission 
Apollo Consolidated Mining Co. (Unga Island, 
Alaska) Gustav Niebaum presid'ent, Liouis 
Sloss Jr. secretary, 310 Sansome 
Apollo Hall, 810 Pacific 
Apollon Edgar, cook. r. 235% Natoma 
Apostolo Adrlanos. oyster saloon, 212 Grant 

Av.. r. 671 Mission 
Apostolo Atanasio, barber Philip Simon & Co., 

r. 8 Stockton PI. 
APOTHECARIES' HALL 

William J. Bryan proprietor, 3 New Mont- 
gomery 
App Consolidated Gold Mining Co. (Tuolumne 
Co.) George H. Waggoner secretary, 209 
Crocker Bldg. 
Appel Alvin H., canvasser, r. 841a Howard 
Appel Bert, bartender J. W. Williams 
Appel C. Miss, saleslady Emporium, r. 1752 

Ellis 
Appel Frank, baker, r. 634 Pacific 
Appel Frank, salesman, r. 1317 Vallejo 
Appel George A., physician, 659 Clay 
Appel John (Kruse & Appel) r. 547 Mission 
Appel Julius, employe Palace Hotel, r. Ala- 
meda 
Appel Samuel, salesman, r. 1308% Devisadero 
Appel William, r. 1752 Ellis 
[£?■ Appel. See Ahpel, Apel, Appell and Apple 
Appell George, cutter S. N. Wood & Co., r. 



Appell John C, cabinetmaker, r. 617 Bryant 
Appell Shermann, employe Cal. Wine Assn., 

r. 788 Hayes 
Appell Simon, tailor, r. 788 Hayes 
(C^ Appell. See Apel. Appel and Apple 
Appeltofft Axel, cashier Pearl Oyster House, 

r. 1009 Mason 
Appenzeller Jacob, blacksmith Pac. Imp. Co., 

r. 102 Welsh 
Apperson Edgar, linotype operator Examiner, 

r. 328 Ellis 
Apperson John A., capitalist, r. 1714 Market 



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Appiarlus Franz W., mfr. cider, 1810 OFarreli 
Appiarius H. Mrs., notions, 703 Guerrero 
Appiarius Henry, clerk R. G. Dun & Co., r. 

703 Guerrero 
Appiarius Henry P., pressman C. H. French, 

r. 1810 O'Farrell 
Appiarius Henry W., clerk C. H. Venker & 

Co.. r. 1810 O'Farrell 
Apple Abraham, barber, r. 343 Waller 
APPLE BENJAMIN 

physician and surgeon, office 406 Sutter, 
rooms 36-37, hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m, r. 
727 Grove, tel. Steiner 4641 
Apple Henry, barber, r. 468 Hayes 
Apple Herman, upholsterer John Hoey, r. 

1012 Minna 
Apple Isadore. r. 727 Grove 
APPLE JACOB 

secretary Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, 
321-325 Sansome, r. 727 Grove 
Apple Morris, with Cunningham, Curtiss & 

Welch, r. 727 Grove 
Apple Robert L., clerk Postoffice, r. 124. 6th 
(CJ* Apple. See Apel, Appel and Appell 
Applebv Charles H.. gripman, r. 53 V'alley 
Appleby E. J., teacher banjo, r. 2ii0 Turk 
Applegarth George A., draughtsman Wright & 

Sanders, r. Oakland 
Applegate John J., merchandise broker, 112 

Kearny room 6, r. 203 Geary 
APPLETON D. & COMPANI- 

(New York) Dorville Libby manager, pub- 
lishers and subscription books, 1 Flood 
Bldg. 
Apppleton Harry, upholsterer, r. 615% Na- 
toma 
Appleton Isaac, peddler, r. 615% Natoma 
Appleton Isidor, peddler, r. 615% Natoma 
Appleton John, peddler, r. 3 Kohler's PI. 
Appleton Lawrence, employe S. P. Co., r. 1956 

Howard 
Appleton Thomas, solicitor, r. 17 Polk 
Appleton Wallace, engineer S. P. Co., r. 1622 

Howard 
Appleton William, meterman Spring Valley 

W. W., r. Berkeley 
Appleton William G., surveyor U. S. str. 

McArthur, r. Sonoma. Cal. 
Applewhite Andrew L.. clerk freight auditor's 

dept. S. P. Co., r. 340 Geary 
Applewhite John C, attv-at-law Mills Bldg, 

r. 824 Eddy 
Applewhite S. C. Mrs., widow, r. 926 Fillmore 
Appo Hiram, Janitor Flood Bldg., r. 260 Jessie 
APPRAISER CUSTOMS UNITED STATES 

(District of San Francisco) John T. Dare, 
31 Appraisers' Bldg. 
Appraisers' Building United States, E. s. San- 
some bet. Washington and Jackson 
Appraisers' Store United States, Appraisers' 

Bldg., 1st floor 
Apprill George, shoemaker, r. 428 Broadway 
Apte Adam, peddler, r. 410, 7th 
Apted Walter (James Boyer & Co.) r. 1920 

Stockton 
Aquiiolson Thomas, laborer, r. 225 Drumm 
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Arabolad George (Dwaliby & Arabolad) r. 76 

Natoma 
Aragni Frank, waiter, r. 1418 Kearny 
Aragni William, waiter, r. 1418 Kearny 
Arana Humisindo, tamales, SSS'A Paclflo 
Arando M., coalpasser str. San Jose 
Arata Andreas, driver, r. 321% Broadway 
Arata Andrew, teamster Gray & Barbierl, r. 

4 Jasper PI. 
Arata Andrew, bootblack, 26 Leidesdortf, r. 13 

Lafayette 
Arata Angelo, groceries and liquors, 1401 Du- 

pont, r. 622 Green 
Arata Antonio, r. 1547 Steiner 
Arata Assunta, widow, vegetable garden, 279 

Masonic Av. 
Arata B.. confectioner Rothschild & Ehren- 

pfort, r. 9 Water 
Arata D., laborer, r. 9 Calhoun 
Arata Daniel, wood and coal, 1511 California 
Arata Enrico, cook King-Morse Canning Co., 

r. 80 Francisco 
Arata Frank (Gulnasso & Arata) r. 19181^ 

Stockton 
Arata Frederick, apprentice Christie Machine 

Wks., r. 516% Vallejo 
Arata George J., boxmaker, r. 178 Vander- 

water 
Arata Giovanna B., laborer, r. 423% Broad- 
way 
Arata Giovanni, r. 420 Filbert 
Arata Giovanni, r. 613% Greenwich rear 
Arata Giovanni, miner, r, 427 Vallejo rear 
Arata Guiseppe, gardener, Colombo Market, 

r. Corbett Av. nr. Alms House 
Arata James. laundryman Modern Laundry, 

r. 423% Broad 
Arata James, teamster Gray & Barbierl, r. 8 

Jasper PI. 
Arata John, bootblack, 26 Leldesdorff, r. 1617 

Powell 
Arata John, hoseman Engine 28, r. 613% 

Greenwich 
Arata Joseph, r. 139 Landers 
Arata Joseph, clerk, r. 321% Union 
Arata Joseph, scavenger, r. 5 Church Av. 
Arata Louis, livery stable. 716 Pacific 
Arata Louis, restaurant, 1216 Point Lobos Av. 
Arata Louis, scavenger, r. 619% Chestnut 
Arata Mary, widow, r- 321% Union 
Arata Paolo, r. 522 Green 
Arata Paul, clerk Louis Legnltto, r. 1868 

Union 
Arata Paul, driver Modern Laundry, r. 29% 

Lapidge 
Arata Paul, fruits and vegetables, NW. cor. 

Buchanan and Filbert 
Arata Serafino, peddler, r. 736 Vallejo rear 
Arata Stefano, r. 718 Montgomery Av. 
Arata Stefano, bootblack, 26 Leidesdorff, r. 

13 Lafayette PI. 
Arata Stephen, r. 13 Salmon 
Arberry, J. J., surgeon, str. Acapulco 
Arblos Edward E., butcher F. Games & Co., 

r. 806 Mason 
Arbogast Ernest, cook Palace Hotel, r. 679% 

Harrison 
Arbuckle Brothers (New York) W. J. De 

Bruhl manager, 330 Market 
Arbuckle George W., agent Phillips-Judson 

Excursions, 19 Montgomery, r, Oakland 
Arcade House, Charles F. Smith propr., 45 

Sacramento 
Arcade The, Miss Ella P. Reed propr., 917 

Market 



Arcadia Club, 23 Stockton 
Arcan Charles B., packer Standard Shirt Fac- 
tory, r. 25 Randall 
ABCATA AND MAD RIVEB K. R. CO. 

(Arata Humboldt Co.) F. Korbel & Bros. 

proprs., main office 723 Bryant 
Archambault Charles C, butcher Charles E. 

Osswald, r. 18U3 Haight 
Archambault George, cook, r. 623 Locust At. 
Archambault Joseph, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 886 Illinois 
Archambault Ralph, riveter Union Iron Wks., 

r. 886 Illinois 
Archbold Mark, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r. 527, 2d 
Archbold William, tailor, r. 523 Jones 
Archer Albert S., manager W. T. Smith & 

Son, 6-7 Sansome, r. 220% Waller 
Archer Annie A. Miss, instructor Willcox & 

Gibbs Sewing Machine Co., r. 1316 Califor- 
nia 
Archer Aretas A., driver Sutter St. Ry., r. 

K5 Howard 
Archer Charles H., machinist Union Iron 

Wks., r. 919 Folsom 
Archer David, canwasher Jewett Bros., r, 

1125 Webster 
Archer Edgar, driver Wells Fargo & Co., r. 

1028% Market 
Archer Edward, coachman, 911 Sutter 
Archer Ernst E., waiter Joseph Herzog, r. 

402 Mason 
Archer James, coppersmith Union Iron Wkfl., 

r. 1109 Potrero Av. 
Archer James, asst. engineer str. China, r. 

312 San Jose Av. 
Archer John H., coachman, r. 1045 Market 
Archer Joseph, waiter Cafe Royal, r. 363 Jessie 
Archer Mary, widow, r. 416. 5th 
Archer Samuel, machinist Cahill & Hall Ele- 
vator Co., r. 543 Turk 
Archer Thomas, real estate, 320 Sansome, r. 

2031 Steiner 
Archer William, student, r. 254 Minna 
Archer William, upholsterer, r. 417%, 6th 
Archibald Allle Miss, nurse, r. 1117 Van Ness 

Av. 
Archibald George A., 
Archibald George W., 

Co., r. Oakland 
Archibald James, molder Union Iron Wks.. r. 

560 Howard 
Archibald J. C. Mrs., saleslady Kohlberg, 

Strauss & Frohman, r. Oakland 
Archibald L. L., salesman Dunham, Carrigan 

& Hayden Co. 
Archibald Phillip, horseman, r. 319 Sutter 
• Archibald Prescott L., Grand Dictator Knights 

of Honor, St. Ann's Bldg., r. 429 Turk 
Archibald Walter H., driver San Mateo Ranch 

Dairy, r. 1515 B'illmore 
Archibald William, tailor Hastings Clothing 

Co., r. 623 Jones 
Archibald William G., bookkeeper, r. 2S2 

Valencia 
Archibald William P., agent str. F. M. Smith, 

office Pier 1, r. 282 Valencia 
Arcleri Joseph, bootblack, r. 710 Montgomery 

At. 
Arctic Fur Co. (Marcus Moses) 925 Market 
ARCTIC OIL WORKS 

Edwin L. Griffith manager, Harry J. 

Knowles secretary, office 30 California, 

works SE. cor. Illinois and 16th, Potrero 
Arcuri Luigi, barber, 825 Pacific 
Arden Gus, clerk, r. 614 Folsom 
Ardery Anna I., widow, r. 429 O'Farrell rear 
Arding Helene Miss, artist, r. 1620 Dolores 
Arding Mary, widow, r. 1620 Dolores 
Arding May Miss, artist, r. 1620 Dolores 
Arding Walter A., city salesman Brown & 

Power, r. 1620 Dolores 
Arding Wilfred E., r. 118% Duncan 
I^ Arding. See Harding 
Ardley W. Edwin, salesman Raphael Weill & 

Co., r. Berkeley 
Ardoin Adolphe, cook Bdouard Blanqule, r. 

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Ardouiu Victor, cook Delmonico Restaurant, 

r. 14 John 
Aregger Charles, liquors, 549 California, r. 

8 Central Pi. 
Arellanes Christopher A., park policeman, r. 

1620 Page 
Arellano Bernard J., wireworker California 

Artistic Metal and Wire Co., r. 67 Na- 

toma 
Arellano Joseph M., r. 1518 Powell rear 
Arellano Rudolph, apprentice Union Iron 

Wks., r. 1007y2 Harrison 
Arels Marie Miss, ironer Palace Hotel, r. 20^ 

Wetmore PI. 
Arenas Clpriana Miss, r. 18 Sherwood PI. 
Arend Lulu Mrs., stewardess str. State of 

California, r. 1319B Clay 
Arendes Fred, groceries and liquors, SW. cor. 

14th and Natoma, r. 215, 14th 
Arendes John, driver John Wieland Brewery, 

r. 215, 14th 
Arendt Edward T., upholsterer, r. 1338 Union 
Arendt John, laborer, r. 122 Langton 
Arens Albert J., jeweler W. K. Vanderslice 

Co., r. 520 Jersey 
Arensberg Helena Miss, stenographer, r. 3 

Morris Av. 
Arensberg Jennie Mrs., r. 3 Morris Av. 
Arensberg Joseph, r. 3 Morris Av. 
Arensberg Samuel, wrapper, r. 3 Morris Av. 
Arentz Edward, druggist, r. 238 Kearny 
Arenz John, baker C. Strohmaier, r. 4181^ 

Brannan 
Arey Delia M., widow, r. 1661 Post 
Arey E., laundryman P. C. SS. Co. 
Arey Jean, widow, r. 231. 3d Av. 
Arey Thomas, clerk, r. 225 Francisco 
(C^Arey. See Airey 

Arf Frederick, master mariner, r. 739. 4th 
Art Hermann, musician, r. 322 Golden Gate 

Av. 
Arfsten B. Jr.. salesman Smiths' Cash Store, 

r. 463 Geary 
ASFSTEN BBODEB 

groceries, NW. cor. 15th and Noe 
Arfsten Cornelius, baker, r. 940 Mission 
Arfsten Emil, wine dealer, r. 105 Polk 
Arfsten Emilie Mrs., dressmaking. 105 Polk 
Arfsten Knudt E., carpenter, 120 Leidesdorff, 

r. Oakland 
Argall F. G. Mrs., r. 1223 Washington 
Argall Francis G.. adjuster L. B. Edwards 
Argall John, r. 628 Golden Gate Av. 
Argeno Joseph, florist, Dwight nr. Somerset 
Argens Peter G., stevedore, r. 137 Wool 
Argenti Frank, r. 2944V4 Mission 
Argenti Jerome B., druggist, r. 29441A Mission 
Argenti Jerome J. B., professor botany Affili- 
ated Colleges, r. 19 Belvedere 
Argenti Joseph, bootblack, r. 6 Hunt 
Argenti Tullio, sculptor, r. 2944y2 Mission 
Argenti Tullio J. (Argenti & Curran) r. 507 

Bartlett 
Argenti & Curran (T. J. Argenti and J. A. 

Curran) blacksmiths, 2938 Mission 
Argeo James, shoemaker, r. S31 Bryant 
Argonaut Mutual Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, Emil Gunzburger secretary, 214 Pine 
ARGONAUT PUBLISHING CO. 

Jerome A. Hart president, A. P. Stanton 

business manager, 246 Sutter 
ARGONAUT THE 

(weekly) Argonaut Publishing Co. pub- 
lishers. 246 Sutter 
Argoud Joseph L.. waiter, r. ZOM> Lewis PI 
Arguello Clara Mrs., school teacher, r. 3328, 

24th 
Ariani Amabilia, widow, r. 1019a Montgomery 
Ariani Louis, salesman Boltz, Clymer & Co., 

r. 1019 Montgomery 
Ariani Paul, helper Getleson & Rhine, r. 1019 

Montgomery. 
Ariani Victor, bookbinder, r. 1019 Montgomery 
Arias Trinity C, pressman E. C. Hughes, r. 

1404 Powell 
ARIEL PHARMACY 

Truman F. Bacon, M. D. . proprietor, 400 

Hayes 




Ariel Road Club, 620 Bush 

Ariel Rowing Club, Long Bridge South and 

Kentucky 
Aries John, quartermaster str. Zealandia 
Arieto Francesco, groceries and liquors, 419 

Green, r. 16 Lafayette PI. 
Arimondo Lawrence, machinist Palace Hotel, 

r. 522 Filbert 
Arion Theodore, r. 3384, 19th 
Arion Verein. F. R. Kummer, recording sec- 
retary. 414 Pine 
Ariosi Giovanni, gardener, r. 1114 Kearny 
Aristide Gustave. cook. r. 23 Hunt 
Aristorena Louis G., salesman Greenberg & 

Greenberg. r. 14 Oak 
Arizona and Southeastern Railroad. C. G. 

Young purchasing agent, office 122 Davis 
Arizona Block, SW. cor. Market and Main 
Arizona Hotel, William B. Ahlstrand, propr., 

11-13 Clay 
Arizona Sandstone Co. (Santa Ana, Cal.) 40 

New Montgomery 
Arizona Warehouse, William A. James, man- 
ager, 222-232 King 
Arjo Manuel, r. 2920a Laguna 
Arjo Norbert. salesman, r. 537 Greenwich 
Arjo Phillip D., packer D. Ghirardelli Co., r. 

2920a Laguna 
Arkinstall John, porter, r. 116 Leidesdorff 
Arkle William, shoemaker, r. 1926 Market 
Arkquith Edward, weigher P. C. SS. Co., r. 

Lorin. Cal. 
Arkwright William, stonecutter, r. nr. cor. 

Point Lobos and 29th Avs. 
Arl Henry, r. 534V2 Jessie 
Arl Joseph, waiter, r. 634% Jessie 
Arl William, laborer, r. 53414 Jessie 
Arlett Percy, clerk Cal. Ink Co., r. Oakland 
Arlington cieorge, teamster, r. 328, 3d rear 
Arlington Henry, cook, r. 367 Minna 
Arlington House, Mrs. Hannah Teese propr., 

127 Kearny 
Arlington Howard C. butcher Leon D. Stone 

& Co., r. 140, 7th 
Arlington Skirt Mfg. Co. (New York) Ben. J. 

Schmidt & Co. agents, 125-127 Sansome 
Armacost J. Howard, cabinetmaker Pac. 

Chair Co., r. 704 Ellis 
Armager Charles W., special policeman, r. 

134 Scott 
Armagnacq Jean, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 12 

Harlan PI. 
Armand Celine, widow, dressmaker, r. 540 

Washington 
Armand Emile C. druggist E. B. Jorgensen, 

r. 540 Washington 
Armando C, coalpasser str. San Jose 
Armanino A., gardener Colombo Market 
Armas Joseph L., barber Le Roy G. PuUen, 

r. 124a, nth 
Armbrust Adolf C, butcher, 1305 Castro, r. 

1122 Noe 
Armbruster Barbara Mrs., propr. Carleton 

House. 118 Grant Av. 
Armbruster Charles J. (Boone's Patent 

Agency) r. 1515a Howard 
Armbruster Daniel, clerk W. R. Knights Co., 

r. 905% Valencia 
Armbruster Edward P., r. 1515a Howard 
ARMBRUSTER GEORGE W. 

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Armbruster Rudie H., with S. E. Fischer & 
Co., r. 1516a Howard 

Armbruster Sophia, widow, r. 1515A Howard 

Armbruster Valentine, conductor Market St. 
Ry., r. 415 L 

Armbruster William F., clerk S. E. Fischer & 
Co.. r. 1515a Howard 

[CT Armbruster. See Ambruster 

Arme John, machinist, r, 239 Natoma 

Armendariz Ramon, Mexican representative 
Wellman, Peck & Co., r. 124 Frederick 

Arment Harry, broommaker Wm. Van Laak, 
r. 1188 Treat Av. 

Arment William H., painter, r. 1188 Treat Av. 

Armer Andrew M. (Armer & Weinshenk) r. 
1201 Devisadero 

Armer Arthur J., entry clerk Schweitzer & 
Co., r. 735a Ellis 

ABUEK BENJAmiN 

(Cellarius & Co.1 and secretary Con. Gold- 
en Gate and Sulphuret Mining and Devel- 
opment Co., 534 Parrott Bldg., r. 2815 Pine 

Armer Evelyn D., teacher Polytechnic High 
School, r. 509 Cole 

Armer Herman, salesman A. Aubla, r. 727 
McAllister 

Armer Jacob, clerk, r. 560 O'Farrell 

Armer Josephine Miss, teacher sewing Broad- 
way Grammar School, r. 509 Cole 

Armer M. & Co. (Max Armer) com. mer- 
chants. 308 Sacramento 

Armer Max (M. Armer & Co.) r. 509 Cole 

Armer Morris, salesman Dan P. Carter, r. 
735a Ellis 

Armer Sidney, r. 509 Cole 

Armer Thomas, cook International Hotel 

Armer & Weinshenk (Andrew M. Armer and 
Charles Weinshenk) watch materials and 
jewelers' supplies. 207 Sutter 

(CTArmer. See Armour 

Armes Charles W. (Armes & Co.) r. Oakland 

Armes Charles W. Jr., (Armes & Co.) r. Oak- 
land 

Armes George A., engineer str. Peru, r. 35A 
Dorland 

Armes George H. (Armes & Co.) r. Oakland 

ABMES & CO. 

(Charles W., George H. and Charles W. 
Armes Jr.) wooden and willow ware, 
brushes, paper and paper bags, 208-210 
Front 

(cy Armes. See Arms 

Armey James, ship carpenter Union Iron 
Wks.. r. 1115 Shotwell 

Armijo Juan, student, r. 1406 Geary 

Armington Jennie, widow, r. 43 Pond 

ARMISTEAD CECIL M. 

physician and surgeon, ofiSce 314-315 Ex- 
aminer Bldg.. hours 2:30 to 4:30 and 7 to 8 
p. m. Sundays by appointment. Tel. 
Black 3316, r. 502 Stockton cor. Bush, tel. 
Clay 291 

Armistead Hubert M.. student, r. 502 Stock- 
ton 

ARMITAGE CHURCH ORPHANAGE OF CALI- 
FORNIA (San Mateo) L. W. Wadham secre- 
tary and treasurer, 53i) California room 38 
Armitage Home (for boys learning trade) 
Benjamin F. Le Warne supt., 252. 2d 

Armitage Joseph D., engineer United Engi- 
neering Wks.. r. 156. 3d 

Armitage Madeline Mrs., lodgings, S76 Geary 



Armitage Orphanage of San Francisco, Ben- 
jamin F. Le Warne supt., 606 Folsom 

Armitage Thomas A., butcher W. F. Roberts, 
r. 1725 Devisadero 

Armitage Thomas W., clerk local freight of- 
fice S. P. Co., r. 368 Geary 

Armitage William H., architect, 212 Sansome, 
r. Alameda 

Armknecht Louis, poultry Grand Western 
Market, r. 3938 Army 

Armond Charles, cook. r. 307, 3d 

Armond Jacob, r. 426 Clementina 

ABMOUB PACKING CO. 

(Kansas City. Mo.) James McCulIough 
manager S. F. branch, 211-213 Clay 

Armour Robert, stone cutter, r. 23 Broadway 

ICTArmour. See Armer 

Arms Charles S., warrant clerk U. S. Mint, r. 
1422 Mission 

Arms John H., barber, 1484 Fulton, r. 1109 
Page 

Armsby George N., treasurer J. K. Armsby 
Co., r. San Mateo 

ARMSBY J. K. COMPANY 

(Chicago, 111.) A. G. Freeman vice-presi- 
dent and Pacific Coast manager, wholesale 
commission merchants, 138-140-142 Market 

Armsen Raymond, seaman str. Arizona 

ABMSTBONO ALBEBT M. 

attorney-at-law, 59-63 Chronicle Bldg., r. 
418 Sutter 

Armstrong Alexander S., clerk elec. dept. S, 
F. Gas & Elec. Co., r. 410 Van Ness Av. 

Armstrong Amanda, widow, r. 14 Marye Ter- 
race 

Armstrong Andrew, bookkeeper London, Paris 
and American Bank, r. 1425^ Mission 

Armstrong Andrew J., stockbroker, r. 8 Gough 

Armstrong Angel, machinist Troy Laundry 
Machinery Co., r. 2305, 24th 

Armstrong B. Crosby Miss, physician, r. 1615^^ 
Geary 

Armstrong Benjamin F. (Hood & Armstrong) 
r. Berkeley 

Armstrong Charles F., cooper D. Woerner, r. 
420, 10th 

Armstrong Edith M. Miss, entry clerk Inter- 
State Law and Collection Co., r. Oakland 

ABMSTBONG EDWIN W. 

proprietor Model Music Store, 735 Market, 
tel. Black 311, r. 643 Hayes 

Armstrong Eldridge R., salesman Sherman, 
Clay & Co., r. 1325 York 

Armstrong Elizabeth Mrs., lodgings, 8 (^ugh 

Armstrong Ella Mrs., stenographer U. S. 
Naval Constructor's office, r. 14 McAllister 

Armstrong Emma B. Miss, stenographer Sac- 
mento River Packers' Assn., r. 12 Liberty 

Armstrong B. R., liquors, 668 Mission, r. 182 
Russ 

Armstrong Ernest, clerk, r. 182 Russ 

Armstrong Fannie Mrs., lodgings, 125 South 
Park 

Armstrong Fidelia S., widow, r. 684 Hayes 

Armstrong Frank, bellman Palace Hotel, r. 
131 Montgomery 

Armstrong Frank L., currier Russell & Mc- 
Kay, r. 190 South Park 

Armstrong Frederic W., bookkeeper, r. 2907 
Washington 

Armstrong George, apprentice H. A. Brunei, 
r. 182 Russ 

Armstrong George, salesman Baker & Hamil- 
ton, r. Los Angeles 

Armstrong George B., ironworker Otto Schrad- 
er, r. 2832iA Market 

Armstrong George F.. carriage painter, 107 
Jones, r. 3014, 26th 

ABMSTBONG GEOBGB B. 

(Armstrong & De Guerre) and member 
Board of Education, r. 1415 Steiner 

Armstrong Gustave, cooper D. Woerner, r. B7 

Lundy Lane 
Armstrong. Gustave, elevatorman, r. 14 
Marye Terrace 

Armstrong Hannah, widow, r. 203 Bartlett 

Armstrong Harriett W. Mrs., r. 836 Fulton 



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Armstrong Harry, fruit and vegetables, 208, 

4tb 
Armstrong Harry, harnessmaker, C. L. Has- 
kell, r. 24S2V4 Market 
Armstrong Harry, painter M. J. Donovan, r. 

127, 6th 
Armstrong Harry, salesman, r. 807 Leaven- 
worth 
Armstrong Henry, clerk Cluff Bros., r. 327a 

Union 
AKMSTRONG HERBERT G. 

manager collection dept. Inter-State Law 
and Collection Co., r. 684 Hayes 
Armstrong Hilda, dressmaker, r. 182 Russ 
Armstrong Howard R., marine engineer, r. 

859 Fulton 
Armstrong Hugh, machinist Union Iron Wks., 

r. 125 South Park 
Armstrong James, r. 640 Clay 
Armstrong James, electrical supplies, r. 1717 

McAllister 
Armstrong James, engineer, r. 420, 7th 
Armstrong James, laundryman Occidental 

Hotel, r. 242SV2 Market 
Armstrong James Mrs., widow, r. 3481, 18th 
Armstrong James L., bo.xmaker Mt. Shasta 

Mineral Spring Co., r. 14 Stanly PI 
Armstrong James R., r. 1415 Steiner 
Armstrong James T., r. 1211 Golden Gate Av. 
Armstrong James W., traveling salesman Mil- 
ler, Sloss & Scott, r. San Jose 
Armstrong John, clerk Langley & Michaels 

Co., r. leiBVi Geary 
Armstrong John, salesman, r. 741 Shotwell 
Armstrong John A., cooper Herbert & Vogel, 

r. 1117 Hampshire 
Armstrong John H., plumber, r. 925 Minna 
Armstrong John J., clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. Alameda 
Armstrong John J., draughtsman Western 

Sugar Ref.. r. 617 Lyon 
Armstrong John L.. salesman, r. 14 Stanly PI. 
Armstrong Joseph H., plumbing. 3066. 24th 
Armstrong Lucius P., clerk, r. 1342 Hayes 
Armstrong Lucy A., widow, r. 923 Washing- 
ton 
Armstrong M. Mrs., widow, r. 228, 12th Av. 
Armstrong Martha B., widow, r. 2424 Mission 
Armstrong Mary, laundress Occidental Hotel, 

r. 162, 1st 
Armstrong May W. Miss, teacher music, 12 

Liberty 
Armstrong M. C r. 21 Franklin 
Armstrong Minnie H. Mrs., r. 293 Valencia 
Armstrong Nellie Miss, teacher Crocker 

Grammar School, r. 684 Hayes 
Armstrong Nettie, domestic. 1592 Post 
Armstrong Oscar T., bookkeeper, r. 182 Russ 
Armstrong Patrick H., salesman J. J. O'Brien 

& Co., r. 332 Turk 
Armstrong Percy E., upholsterer John Hoey, 

r. 382 Richland Av. 
Armstrong Peter, longshoreman, r. 631. 2d 
Armstrong Peter J., boxmaker, r. 631. 2d 
Armstrong Richard, r. 1 Hampton PI. 
Armstrong Richard, packer Montgomery & 

Co., r. 1 Hampton PI. 
Armstrong Richard B., stockbroker, r. 909'/4 

Mission 
Armstrong Robert, clerk, r. 1325 York 
Armstrong Robert, laborer, r. 806, 22d 
Armstrong Robert, salesman Sherman, Clay 

& Co.. r. 1325 Turk 
Armstrong Robert D., r. 121 Bartlett 
Armstrong R. S., lodgings, 739 Natoma 
Armstrong Rudolph, cooper, r. 1S2 Russ 
Armstrong Samuel C, salesman Eugene 

Korn, r. 1012 Oak 
Armstrong Samuel V., mfrs.' agent, 421 Mar- 
ket, r. Oakland 
Armstrong Sarah J. Miss. r. 1719 Devisadero 
Armstrong Thomas, laborer, r. 568 Mission 
ARMSTRONG T. W. 

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Armstrong Truman B.. tinsmith Holbrooli, 

Merrill & Stetson, r. 625 Walnut Av. 
Armstrong W. F., machinist Dow Steam 

Pump Wks., r. 832 Turk 
Armstrong William, r. 2S2y2 Natoma 
Armstrong William, bellboy, r. 2482^ Market 
Armstrong William, clerk Adjutant-General's 

offlce Dept. of California, r. Berkeley 
Armstrong William, compositor Chronicle, r. 

1425^ Mission 
Armstrong William, molder Enterprise Foun- 
dry, r. 1128 McAlllister 
Armstrong William, policeman r. 109 Maple 
Armstrong William A., cooper D. Woerner, r. 

420. 10th 
Armstrong William F., painter, r. 404 Mc- 
Allister 
Armstrong William H., 
Armstrorng William H.. 
r. 265 Clinton Park 
Armstrong William I., bookkeeper Goodyear 

Rubber Co., r. 14 Stanly PI. 
Armstrong W^illiam J., salesman, r. 714 Cole 
Armstrong W'illiam O., barber H, Hertzel, r. 

2S4^/^ Natoma 
Armstrong William S., bookkeeper Easton, 

Eldridge & Co.. r. 299 Hyde 
Armstrong W. Wallace, accountant, 508 Cali- 
fornia, r. 836 Fulton 
ARMSTRONG & DE GUERRE 

(George R. Armstrong and Albert S. J. De 
Guerre) printers and blank book manufac- 
turers. 404 Montgomery 
ARMSTRONG & SYKES 

(Albert M. Armstrong and James B. 
Svkes) attorneys-at-law, 59-63 Chronicle 
Bldg. 
Armund Frederick, r. 402 Mason 
Armuth Alfred S., salesman Levi Strauss & 

Co., r. 1109 Laguna 
Army Headquarters U. S., Dept. of Cal., 

Phelan Bldg. 
Army Heaven Mission, Stephen Maybell gen- 
era], headquarters and publishing dept. 
S. s. Brannan bet. Sth and 9th 
Arnaboldi Angelo, furniture, 1512 Dupont 
Arnaud Louis E., musician, r. 1423 Bush 
Arnaud Mary C, widow, r. 921 Post 
Arnaud Victor L., salesman Mohns & Kal- 

tenbach, r. 921 Post 
Arnberg Adolph A., waiter John Peterson, r. 

438B Clementina 
Arnberg Andrew, tinsmith Union Iron Wks., 

r. 520 Connecticut 
Arnberger Charles J., electrician, r. 1010 

Montgomery 
Arnberger Richard C, steamfitter, r. 1010 

Montgomery 
Arnberger Theodore A., pressman, r. 1010 

Montgomery 
Arndt Christian, iron worker Richard Lutze 
Arndt Edward, cutter Davidson & Miller, r. 

108 Noe 
Arndt Emil, restaurant, 106, 2d. r. 108, 2d 
Arndt Frederick, bartender A. J. Gerdau, r. 

957 Mission 
Arndt Harry, waiter, r. 409 Mason 
Arndt Otto F., cement worker, r. 332 Guerrero 
Arndt Otto W., bartender L. Dettmann & Co. 
Arndt Paul E.. electrician Union Iron Wks., 

r 52 Caselli Av. 
Arndt Richard, blacksmith Risdon I. & L. 

Wks.. r. 749 Harrison 
Arne C. J., barber John Lederer 



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Arneson Frank, laborer, r. 1433 Mission 
Arneson Henry, printer, r. 647a Stevenson 
Arneson M. Mrs., branch bakery, UOl How- 
ard 
Arneson Martin, cook, r. 1101 Howard 
Arnest Edwin L., laborer U. S. Customs r. 

Oakland 
Arnest John M., r. 1611 Waller 
Arnesta Canoni, r. 837 North Point 
Arnett John, salesman New York Belting and 

Packing Co., r. Berkeley 
tC? Arnett. See Arnott 
Arnette S. A. Miss, barber, r. 781 Mission 
Arney George, apprentice Union Iron Wks. 

r. 117, 27th 
Arney James, apprentice Union Iron Wks., 

r, 1114 York 
Arnheim Abraham, salesman Cal. Notion and 

Toy Co.. r. 3027 California 
Arnheim Charles L., boxmaker Yosemlte 

Flour Mills, r. Baden 
Arnheim David, jeweler, 8 Steuart, r. 217 

Geary 
Arnheim Fannie, widow, r. 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Gustave S., clerk S. S. Arnheim, r. 

8 Steuart 
Arnheim Herman S., ins. agent, 8 Steuart, r. 

1015 Leavenworth 
Arnheim Joseph, clerk A. Wunech, r. 61S 

Golden Gate Av. 
Arnheim Julius S., druggist, 8 Steuart, r. 

813 Harrison 
Arnheim Morris, bartender The Mirror, r. 235 

Grant Av. 
Arnheim Samuel S., nautical supplies, 8 

Steuart 
Arnheim Sol, r. 3027 California 
Arnheim Walter J., clerk S. Barman, r. 545 

O'Farrell 
Arnheim William S., watchmaker, 8 Steuart, 

r. Alameda 
Arnhold Benjamin, vice-president Stevens, 

Arnhold & Co., r, 2930 Sacramento 
Arnhold Hugo, with Crown Distilleries Co., r. 

1416 Sutter 
Arnke Henry, liquors. 40. 2d. r. 2914, 24th 
Arnke Joseph, bartender H. Arnke, r. 69 



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Arnold Albert S., bill clerk Louis Saroni & 

Co., r. 2415 California 
Arnold Anna P.. widow, r. 129 Arlington 
ARNOLD ArrSTIN 

secretary Hawley Bros. Hardware Co., 

SW. cor. Market and Beale, r. 413 Van 

Ness Av. 
Arnold Benjamin E., expressman, NW. cor. 

Turk and Jones, r. 1227 Turk 
ARNOLD BROTHERS 

(incorporated) Harry B. Arnold president 

and manager, groceries, NE. cor. 21st and 

Valencia 
Arnold Charles, laborer Gray Bros. 
Arnold Charles F.. clerk local freight office 

S. P. Co.. r. 2415 California 
Arnold Charles P., clerk, r. 2415 California 
Arnold Charles G.. clerk B. F. Goodrich Co., 

r. 129 Arlington 
Arnold Charles S., clerk Judson Mfg. Co. r. 

2216 Devisadero 
Arnold Charles W. Mrs., widow, r. 1811 Post 
Arnold Chester, clerk, r. 1303 Vallejo 
Arnold Cyrus M., manager Western Land 

Co.. 640 Market, r. 1011 Haight 
Arnold Daniel, r. 706 Minna 
Arnold Daniel Mrs., feather dyeing, 706 Minna 



Arnold Daniel E., carpenter, r. 530 Liberty 

Arnold David, r. 1525 Buchanan 

Arnold Edgar J., adverising manager Halo 

Bros., r. 425 Buchanan 
Arnold Edward C, driver Wells Fargo & Co 

r. 26V4 Clara ' 

Arnold Edward H., dairyman University and 

Arnold Emil, delicacies, 3008, 16th 
Arnold Emily, widow, r. 1 Delgado PI 
Arnold Ernest W., clerk F. H. Koch, r. 1311 

Polk 
Arnold Ernestine J. Miss., school teacher, r. 

2011 Devisadero 
Arnold Eva Miss, r. 333 Pennsylvania Av. 

Arnold Ezra, clerk, r. 1303 Vallejo 

ARNOLD FLEXIBLE BRACKET CO. 
patents and inventions, 320 Sansome, 
room 1 

Arnold Francis W., r. 877 Hayes 

Arnold Frank, clerk Railway Mail Service, r. 
Oakland 

Arnold Frank A., porter Lewis, Anderson & 
Co., r. 733 Vermont 

Arnold George H., cashier Grand Hotel, r. 11 
Dearborn 

Arnold Gottlieb, butcher, r. 3406 Mission 

Arnold Harry B.. president and manager Ar- 
nold Bros.. NE. cor. 21st and Valencia, r. 
949 Valencia 

Arnold Henrietta I., widow, r. 627b Ellis 

Arnold Henry, painter, r. 153%, 6th 

Arnold Henry, teamster, r. 1259 Polsom 

Arnold Henry A., secretary Phelps & Arnold, 
220-222 Mission, r. Alameda 

Arnold Henry G., secretary The Silver Dol- 
lar Tailoring and Renovating Co., 1835 
Fillmore, r. 1259 Folsom 

Arnold Herbert P.. r. 604 Castro 

Arnold Herman, nurse German Hospital 

ARNOLD J. DENNIS 

physician, practice limited to diseases of 
eye, ear, nose and throat, consultation 
hours 11 a. m. to 3 p. m., tel. Main 439, 
office and r. 590 Sutter 

Arnold John E., clerk, r. 129 Arlington 

Arnold Joseph, r. 165 San Carlos Av. 

Arnold Joseph Jr., r. 165 San Carlos Av. 

Arnold Joseph B., ladies' tailor, 139 Post, r. 
324 San Carlos Av. 

Arnold Kate L.. widow, clerk Postofflce, r. 
2415 California 

Arnold Laura D. Miss, bookkeeper, r. 2415 
California 

Arnold Mary V. Miss, school teacher, r. 2011 
Devisadero 

Arnold Matthew, mechanical engineer, r. 333 
Pennsylvania Av. 

Arnold Maurice, marine fireman, r. 374 Pre- 
cita Av. 

Arnold Maurice P., ship carpenter, r. 374 Pre- 
cita Av. 

Arnold Morris, carpenter, r. 48, 4th 

Arnold Ninian J., carpenter John Trounson, 
r. 147, 2d Av. 

Arnold Noah S. (N. S. Arnold Hardware Co.) 
r. 1812 Steiner 

Arnold N. S. Hardware Co. (N. S. Arnold) 
mtrs.' agents, 23 Davis 

Arnold Otto, messenger London and San 
Francisco Bank. r. 57 Clementina 

Arnold Richard, driver Oakland Dairy r. 320 
Fulton 

Arnold Rutus W., teamster Norton Tanning 
Co., r. 2S05, 24th 

Arnold S. H.. compositor, r. 10 Monroe 

Arnold Sophia Miss, bookkeeper, r. 2415 Cali- 
fornia 

Arnold Susan Miss, r. 122i^ Austin Av. 

Arnold Thomas C, boot and shoe agent, 126 
Kearny, r. 412 Central Av. 

Arnold Thomas H.. printer W. A. Woodward 
& Co., r. 10 Monroe 

Arnold V. I. Mrs., widow, r. 2011 Devisadero 

Arnold W. B. Mrs., widow, r. 1012 Leaven- 
worth 

Arnold William, r. 102 Ellis 



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Arnold William F., r. 877 Hayes 

Arnold William H., foreman E. A. Janssen & 

Co., r. 34 Prentiss 
Arnold William L., cashier North German 

Fire Ins. Co.. r. Oakland 
Arnold William S., electrician, r. 218 Lexing- 
ton Av. 
Arnold & Walsh (Lawrence F. Walsh) fur- 
nishing goods and shirt mfrs., 42, 6th 
Arnott Ann, widow, r. 101 Precita AT. 
Arnott James, carpenter, r. 517 Noe 
Arnott John, bricklayer, r. 1007 Church 
cyArnott. See Arnett 
Arnoutou Cyrille, cook, r. 1211 Powell 
Amst Adolph, jeweler, r. 1327 Eddy 
Arnstein Ludwig (Stein, Simon & Co.) r. 1610 

Franklin 
C?" Arnstein. See Aronsteln 
Arogoni Carmello, bootblack, r. 518 Green 
Aroldt Max, salesman Carl Bonin, r. 2095 

Mission 
Aron Leopold, fresco painter, r, H02 Webster 
Aron Maurice M., fresco painter, r. 1402 Web- 
ster 
Aron Morris, cigar mtr., 2171.4, 2d 
CT'Aron. See Aaron 

Arone Giuseppe, shoemaker, 1513 Church 
Aronsohn Martin A., bookkeeper, r. 2103 

Geary 
Aronsohn S. Augusta, widow, r. 5 Monroe 
Aronson Abraham, office 33S Post, r. 1720 Sac- 
ramento 
Aronson Charles S., bookkeeper Anglo-Amer- 
ican Crockery & G. Co., r. 1S33 Ellis 
Aronson David, salesman A. J. Prager & 

Sons, r. 420 Devisadero 
Aronson George, loan office, 126 Kearny, r. 

Alameda 
Aron Henry, tailor, r. 607 Larkin 
Aronson Isaac, salesman, r. 517 Grove 
Aronson Isldor, salesman J. O. Meyerlnk, r. 

517 Grove 
Aronson Louis, peddler, r. 418 Minna 
Aronson Max, salesman A. L. Bryan Shoe 

Co., r. 623 Larkin 
Aronson Moses, teamster, r. 4076, 26th 
Aronson Philip N. (B. Blumenthal & Co.) r. 

1348 Geary 
Aronson R. Mrs., delicacies, 420 Devisadero 
in^ Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn 
ABONSTEIN ADOLPH 

physician, office 30 Post, hours 12 to 1:30 
p. m., r. 1616 Sutter, tel. West 261 
Aronsteln Max, ladles' tailor, 426 Sutter 
Aronstein M. W., canvasser, r. 23lA, 13th 
EX Aronsteln. See Arnstein 
Aros Mento, bookkeeper, r. 115 Russ 
Arp Charles W., ins. broker, 423 California, 

r. 130 Collingwood 
Arpe Charles, butcher, r. 447 Broadway 
Arps Emil G. A., salesman Indianapolis Fur- 
niture Co., r. 211 Castro 
Arps Magnus, boatswain str. San Jose, r. 1821 

Mason 
Arpsten G., cook, 1030 Pacific 
Arrambide John B., cattle dealer, r. 1401 Tay- 
lor 
Arreagada Lira Miss, nurse Lane Hospital 
Arricat Leontine, domestic. 2026 California 
Arrighi Enrico, baker, r. 324V4 Broadway 
Arrighiene Joseph, porter T. Stewart, r. 18 

Mason 
Arrillaga Santiago, teacher music, r. 2315 

Jackson 
Arrillaga Vincent, clerk London and Lan- 
cashire Fire Ins. Co., r. 2315 Jackson 
Arrington Leila Miss, r. 1315 Mason 
Arrington Luella Mrs., teacher music, r. 1315 

Mason 
Arrington Nicholas T., bookkeeper, r. 1315 

Mason 
Arriola .\Ifredo. teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Carlos E., printer, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Edward F., photographer Wm. Shew, 

r. 4 Bridge PI. 
Arriola Espiritu, teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arriola Eugenio, teacher music, r. 1023 Sutter 




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Arriola Loreto Miss, pianist, r. 1023 Sutter 
Arrison Lulu Miss, bookkeeper P, J. Tormey, 

r. 3278, 24th 
Arrni Jacob, machinist Union Iron Wks., r. 

627 Commercial 
Arrouge Eugene, dyer, r. 35, 10th 
Arroussez Frank, cook, r. 4027, 19th 
Arroussez Marie Mrs., laundry, 511 Castro, r. 

4027, 19th 
Arrowsmith George E. (B. F. Sides & Co.) r. 

Oakland 
Arroyo Francis, glovecutter B. Blumenthal & 

Co., r. 1132 Dupont 
Arroyo Isabel, bootblack, r. 702 Vallejo 
Arroyo Pasquala, r. 1132 Dupont 
Arroyo Ricardo, dentist, r. 703 Geary 
Arry J., coalpasser str, Mariposa 
Arsave Genaro, miner, r. 313 Green 
Arsave John, barber, r. 313 Green 
Arsena Arthur, porter, r. 726a Filbert 
Art Association San Francisco, SE. cor. Cali- 
fornia and Mason 
Art Lithographic Publishing Co. (N. Y.) 

lithographers, office 207 Battery 
.\rt Mathias, fireman U. S. Marine Hospital 
Artana Louis (Artana & Giovannetti) r. 6 

Vincent 
Artana & Giovannetti (Louis Artana and 

Giuseppe Giovannetti) blacksmiths and 

wagonmakers. 52014 Davis 
Artega Michael F., harness cleaner, r. 267 

Arter Alonzo, r. 2828 Bush 

Arter Elbert, clerk, r. 56 South Park 

Arter Norman R., salesman Goldberg, Bowen 

& Co.. r. 2828 Bush 
Arthur Alexander, clerk, r. 115 Jones 
Arthur Charles, surgeon str. City of Sydney, 

r. 921c Golden Gate Av. 
Arthur Chester M., clerk John W. Harrison. 

r. 360 Brannan 
Arthur E. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 6O414 Ellis 
Arthur Frances, widow, r. 360 Brannan 
Arthur George F., barber, r, 3221, 21st 
Arthur Henry, shoemaker Buckingham & 

Hecht, r. 1585 Valencia 
Arthur Herbert, clerk Page, McCutchen & 

Bella, r. 637 Golden Gate Av. 
Arthur Joseph, actor, r. 748 Folsom 
Arthur Roy, clerk, r. 933 Mission 
Arthur Thomas O., carpenter, r. 637 Golden 

Gate Av. 
Articary Michael, carpenter, 1803 Powell 
Artigues Achille, musician, r. 1248 McAllister 
Artigues Charles A., with Bayle, Lacoste & 

Co., r. 1324, 5th Av. South 
Artigues Emil. manager Bayle, Lacoste & Co., 

r. 1248 McAllister 
ARTIGUES JOSEPH E. 

physician and surgeon, 623 Vallejo, r, 348 

Chestnut 
Artigues Marie, widow, r. 348 Chestnut 
Artigues Marius D., inspector XJ. S. Customs, 

r. 348 Chestnut 
Artist Dennis, painter, r. 21 Sherwood PI. 
Artous Zerimie, tanner Legallet-Hellwig Tan- 
ning Co. 
Artru Henri, cook. r. 16 Harlan PI. 
ABTSIMOVITCH VLADIMIB A. 

consul Russia, 606 Sate Deposit Bldg., r. 

Pacific-Union Club 
Artus John, baker Am. Biscuit Co., r. 1206 

Kearny 
Arundell William T.. cigars and tobacco, 305H 

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Arveson Christ, longshoreman, r. 435 Natoma 
Arvici Antone (Arvlci & RoTere) r. 513% 

Greenwich 
Arvici & Rovere (Antone Arvici and Victor 

Rovere) painters. 1723 Mason 
Arvidson August clerk E. K. Wood Lumber 

Co., r. 1403 Sanchez 
Arvizu Henry, seaman str. City of Para 
Arzave Juan J., barber, 106 Montgomery Av., 

r. 313 Green 
Arzberger Henry, wool sorter F. S. Moody, r. 

1S64, 15th 
Arzberger Joseph, foreman warehouse Bis- 

singer & Co., r. 2740 Bryant Av. 
Arzner Louis, bartender, r. 3S22, 22d 
Arzt Anton B., butcher, r. 501 Leavenworth 
Asahi S., engraver Jones-Paddoclt Co., r. 3 

Latham PI. 
Asal Adolf, brush mfr.. 1523 Mission 
Asano B., poultry. 430 Green 
Asay Newell, cook, r. 446 Tehama 
ASBESTOS FIRE PROOF CO. 

George L. Ecker, manager. 112, 1st 
Asbill Archibald, conductor Market St. Ry., 

r. 669 Shrader 
Asch Augusta, widow, tailoress, r. 417 Clemen- 
tina 
Asch Benjamin, storekeeper U. S. Internal 

Revenue, r. 813Vi Geary 
Asch Bros. (Phillip and Isaac) barbers and 

cigars, 215, 6th 
Asch Frederick H., clerk Emporium, r. 466 

Minna rear 
Asch George, mining, r. 1001 Powell 
Asch I. Miss, janitrix Spring Valley Grammar 

School, r. 72 Harriet 
Asch Isaac (Asch Bros.) r. 72 Harriet 
Asch Isadore, salesman Sideman, Lachman & 

Co., r. 60S Guerrero 
Asch Julius, r. 2015 Bush 
Asch Phillip (Asch Bros.) r. 4029, 25th 
Asch Simon, salesman Livingston Bros., r. 

1403 Van Ness Av. 
Asch Teresa, widow, r. 466 Minna rear 
t!:7"Asch. See Ash and Ashe 
Asche Harry C. floorwalker Newman & 

Levinson, r. 856 Haight 
Ascheck Henry F., draughtsman Dewey, 

Strong & Co.. r. Alameda 
Ascheim William, salesman August H. Aubin, 

r. 1359 Post 
CyAscheim. See Aschhelm 
Aschen Henry (Aschen & Profte) r. 1330 

Hayes 
Aschen & Propfe (Henry Aschen and Charles 

Propfe) liquors. 1032 Market 
Ascher Henry D., boarding and livery stable, 

1327 Pierce, r. 1401 Steiner 
13" Ascher. See Asher 
ASCHHEIM ISRAEL J. 

secretary B'nai B'rith Hall Assn. and B'nal 

Brith Library. 121 Eddy, r. 1137 Geary 
IE7"Aschheim. See Ascheim 
Aschmann Frank G., clerk H. Goetjen & Co., 

r. 900a Folsom 
Aschmann William (Aschmann & Muller) r. 

140 Fulton 
Aschmann & Muller (William Aschmann and 

Henry Muller) groceries and liquors, SW. 

cor. Eddy and Taylor 
tn^ Aschmann. See Ashman 
Aschwanden Louis, dairy produce, 330, 6th 
Aschwander George, milker Bareilles Bros., 

r. 1521, 22d Av. South 



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Aschwander Joseph, laborer Henry Blanken, 
r. San Bruno Av. nr. County Line 

Ascroft Henry, car dispatcher Geary St. P. & 
0. RR., r. 1434a Point Lobos Av. 

{C^Ascroft. See Ashcrott 

Ash Bartlett, miner, r. 18 Harriet 

Ash Charles S., with Cal. Wine Assn., r. 809 
Turk 

Ash Edward K. (Meyer, Mlsh & Co.) r. 1624 
Sutter 

Ash Herman, clerk, r. 908 O'Farrell 

Ash Leon, insurance, r. 809 Turk 

Ash Louis, baker, r. 11 Varennes 

Ash Mary, widow, r. 11 Varennes 

Ash Milton, liquors, 421 Larkin, r. 1510 Bu- 
chanan 

A^h Minnie, domestic Occidental Hotel 

Ash Ormsby M., salesman Henshaw, Bulkley 
& Co., r. 116 Turk 

Ash Peter, r. 1108% Potrero Av. 

Ash Rachel L. Miss, teacher Humboldt Even- 
ing School, r. 809 Turk 

Ash Richard, groceries, 755 Howard 

Ash Robert, atty-at-law, 410 Montgomery, 
4093, 17th 

Ash Stephen W.. paper carrier, r. 767 Folsom 

Ash Thomas, laborer Buckman Contracting 
Co., r. 527, 14th 

ASH WILLIAM 

vice-president Em Meyer & Co., 303 Sut- 
ter, r. 2032 Pine 

in^Ash. See Asch and Ashe 

Ashard Willard K., carpenter E. J. Bowen, r. 
704 Folsom 

Ashburner William Mrs., widow, r. 1014 Pine 

Ashby Albert S., conductor Market St. Ry., 
r. 1714% Waller 

Ashby Henry, porter Frank Harris, r. 621 
California 

Ashby John W., teamster, r. 712 Tehama 

Ashcroft Julia Mrs., r. Hotel St. Nicholas 

Ashdown Archibald, r. 2929 Sacramento 

Ashe A. Sidney, farming, r. 2315 Sacramen- 
to 

Ashe Caroline L., widow, r. 2315 Sacramento 

Ashe Clara, widow, r. 1407 Octavia 

Ashe Fannie Miss, stenographer D. N. & E, 
Walter & Co.. r. 1407 Octavia 

Ashe Frank, tanner, r. 1540 San Bruno Av. 

Ashe Gaston M., atty-at-law. 502 Safe De- 
posit Bldg.. r. 2315 Sacramento 

Ashe Gregory, laborer, r. 3356. 18th 

Ashe Harry, blacksmith, r. 242, 7th 

Ashe James, r. 3356, 18th 

Ashe John H., patcher Harbor Commission- 
ers, r, 242, 7th 

Ashe John H. Jr., miner, r. 242, 7th 

Ashe Matthew, gardener, r. 3415 Mission 

Ashe Matthew, porter, r. 656% Natoma 

Ashe Matthew J., r. 3356. ISth 

Ashe Patrick, warehouseman S. H. Frank & 
Co.. r. 807 York 

Ashe Richard C, clerk Anglo-Californian 
Bank, r. 326 Clement 

Ashe R. Porter, atty-at-law. Safe Deposit 
Bldg., r. 1005 Leavenworth 

Ashe William L., ins. and State Highway 
CJommissioner, Safe Deposit Bldg., r. 1005 
Leavenworth 

[C7Ashe. See Ash and Asch 

Asheim Michael, salesman Pein Bros., r. 25 
Powell 

Asher Adolph, r. 1321% Golden Gate Av. 

Asher Albert, bookkeeper Garcia & Magglnl, 
r. 908 O'Farrell 

Asher Alexander B., r. 227 Fair Oaks 

Asher Annie Miss. r. 10 Rausch 

Asher Asher F., men's furnishings and hats, 
305 Grant Av., r. 1713 Buchanan 

Asher Bruno K.. r. 1321% Golden Gate Av. 

Asher Daniel (Conway & Asher) r. 72 Wal- 

Asher Eugene, gripman Cal. St. RR., r. 1908% 

Larkin 
Asher Harry, cigarmaker, r. 215 Franklin 
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attorney-at-law, room 31S Safe Deposit 

Bldg., and asst. City and County Attorney, 

r. 132U2 Golden Gate Av. 
Asher Ira J., collector, r. 215 Franklin 
Asher Isaac, peddler, r. 117 Wildey Av. 
Asher Isaac, tanner Joseph Horn & Co. 
Asher Isador K., salesman, r. 1321V. Golden 

Gate Av. 
Asher Jacob, r. 90S O'Farrell 
Asher Jacob C, r. 619 Hyde 
Asher Maurice L.. atty-at-law. Mills Bldg., r. 

1634 Buchanan 
Asher Max, butcher V, Gladi & Co., r. 547 

Natoma 
Asher Max, salesman L. & G. Brenner, r. 908 

O'Farrell 
Asher Max K., clerk H. B. Shaw & Co., r. 

1321% Golden Gate Av. 
Asher Morris, painter, r. 215 Franklin 
Asher Philip, helper H. E. Holmes & Co., r. 

10 Rausch 
Asher Philip, salesman A. F. Asher, r. 1713 

Buchanan 
Asher Rachael. widow, r. 67i^ Henry 
Asher Sadie Miss, stenographer, r. 10 Rausch 
Aster Samuel E., r. 67% Henry 
Asher Simon, r. 107 Trenton 
Asher William, boxmaker, r. 704 Folsom 
Asher William, salesman A. F. Asher, r. 1713 

Buchanan 
IC^ Asher. See Ascher 
Asherman Henry, shoemaker John Lehrer, r. 

130, 4th 
Asherson Emile, collector, r. 1S30 Sutter 
Ashtord Charles W., solicitor The Mutual 

Benefit Lite Ins. Co.. r. Oakland 
Ashford Clarence W., atty-at-law. Mills Bldg. 

r. 543 O'Farrell 
Ashford Josephine, teacher music, r. 663 

Hayes 
ASHim BAKACH J. 

proprietor Southern Pacific Drug Store, 

557, 4th, telephone Green 5627 
Ashland Ruth Miss, stenographer H. W. Hut- 
ton, r. 3014%, 26th 
Ashland Sarah J., widow, r. 3014%, 26th 
Ashland The, Mrs. Ellen Long propr., lOS Mc- 
Allister 
Ashland William E., bookkeeper, r. 3014%, 

26th 
Ashland Woolen Mills, J. W. Collins agent, 7 

Battery 
Ashley Delos R., clerk, r. 3873. 17th 
Ashley Dexter C, clerk auditing dept. Wells 

Fargo & Co., r. 2952B Folsom 
Ashley James H.. keeper Aviary Golden Gate 

Park., r. 543 Frederick 
Ashley Sidney D., carpenter, r. 2952b Folsom 
Ashley Simeon, tinsmith, r. 520 Eddy 
Ashley William, carriage painter, r. 116 Hyde 
Ashman Alonzo R., elevator operator, r. 762a 

Folsom 
Ashman Anna, widow, r. 1117 Clay 
Ashman John H., r. 762a Folsom 
Ashman Richard T., engineer, r. 762a Folsom 
Ashman William H., stevedore, r. 121 Silver 
Ashman William H. Jr., clerk O. R. & N. Co., 

r. 121 Silver 
Ashman William T., messenger Bank of Brit- 
ish Columbia, r. 762a Folsom 
in^Ashman. See Aschman 
Ashmead Gustavus S., carpenter and builder, 

1924 Bryant, r. 1920 Bryant 
Ashmore W. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 88, 9th 
Ashmore William E., bartender The Yosemite, 

r. 88, 9th 
Ashton Charles (Ashton & Gardiner) r. 767 

Capp 
Ashtnn Espa H., liquors, 42 McAllister, r. 457 

Eddy 
Ashton Frank, real estate agent, 411 Mont- 
gomery, r. Berkeley 
Ashton George F., ins., r. 1619 Clay 
Ashton G. W. H., painter, r. 23 Rutledge Av. 
Ashton William, engineer Pac. Power Co., r. 

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Ashton William J., clerk Allison, Neft & Co., 
r. 120 Collingwood 

ASHTON & GARDINER 

(Charles Ashton and Frank H. Gaj-dlner) 
real estate and Insurance agents, 411 
Montgomery. 

CT" Ashton. See Aston 
Ashurst Cam B., r. 2425 Howard 
Ashurst May J. Mrs., bakery, 706 Larkin 
ASH'WORTH FRED D. 

dental surgeon, ofllce and r. 2440 Mission, 
hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m , 
tel. Church 172 
Ashworth Thomas, r. 806 McAllister 
Ashworth William C, laborer, r. 1213 Sanchez 
Askin William A. E., steward str. Dauntless 
Askins Charles, laborer, r. 715 Howard 
Asmann Adolph F., ins. agent, r. 910 Wash- 
ington • 
Asmann Adolph J., gasfitter Gas Consumers' 

Assn., r. Oakland 
Asmann Ida Miss, bookkeeper Irvine Bros., r. 

523 Lombard 
Asmann Ulrich H. , compositor E. A. Janssen 

& Co., r. 523 Lombard 
Asmann William C. A., r. 523 Lombard 
Aspden Joseph, lamplighter S. F. Gas & Elec. 

Co., r. 1108 Oak 
Asmus John, r. 1589 Turk 
Asmussen Adolph J., laborer, r. 827 Folsom 
Asmussen Alfred, laborer, r. 2762 Harrison 
Asmussen Alfred A., plumber, r. 1118 P South 
Asmussen Carl W., tinsmith, r. 2852, 21st 
Asmussen Charles L. , reporter Post, r. 401, 

Sth 
Asmussen George, ins. solicitor, r. 916 Capp 
Asmussen George J., clerk Postofflce, r. 1191% 

Harrison 
Asmussen Gustave, clerk, r. 401, Sth 
Asmussen Katherine Mrs., r. 401. Sth 
Asmussen Matthew, laborer Cushing-Wet- 

more Co. 
.A.smussen Susan Mrs., dry goods. 401, Sth 
Asmussen Wilhelm Mrs., notions, 3224, 26th, 

r. 3222, 26th 
Asmussen William, fireman Pac. Gas. Imp. 

Co., r. 3024 Laguna 
Asmussen William A., clerk, r. 401, Sth 
.\spden Alice Miss, packer Fischbeck & 

Glootz, r. Connecticut bet. 22d and 23d 
Aspden George, blacksmith, r. Connecticut 

bet. 22d and 23d 
Aspden George H., journalist Examiner, r. 

1423b Bush 
Aspden Joseph, truckman Truck 6. r. 1152 Oak 
Aspden Martha Miss, teacher music, r. Con- 
necticut bet, 22d and 23d 
Aspden Matthias, blacksmith Union Iron 

Wks.. r. Connecticut bet. 22d and 23d 
Aspden Minnie Miss, lithographer, r. Connec- 
ticut bet. 22d and 23d 
Aspden Robert J., stenographer I. Strassbur- 

ger & Co., r. 1423b Bush 
Aspe Martha, domestic, 2474 Bush 
Asper Bert, watchman Cal. Milk Co., r. 2965, 

26th 
Asper William, teamster, r. 775 Folsom 
Aspin James, laborer, r. 500 Rhode Island 
Asplandt Ernest, barber, r. 515 Post 
Asplund Adolph F., master mariner, r. 325, 

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Assalino Domingo, rancher, r. Visltacion Val- 
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Asganti Basilic, fruit dealer, r. 16 Merritt 

Asselmailer Herman, confectioner, r. 69 
Minna 

Assembly Hall, 1412 Polk 

ASSEUBLV BOOM 
7 Mills Bldg., 23 floor 

ASSESSOR CITY AND COUNTY 
City Hall, 1st floor 

Assion Joseph, r. 348, 3d 

Assman Joseph A., barber Hugo Scheunert, r. 
691 Geary 

Assmus Carl, cooper Lachman & Jacobi, r. 57 
Federal 

ASSOCIATED ASSURANCE CO. LIMITED THE 
composed of Munich Re-Insurance Co.. 
limited (of Munich) and Alliance Insur- 
ance Co., limited (of Berlin) Gutte & 
Frank managers, 303 California 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES 

Oliver Eldridge president. Miss Virginia 
Fitch general secretary, 601 Commercial 

Associated Press The (Western Division) Paul 
Cowles supt.. 302 Montgomery 

Associated Veterans Mexican War, 22 O'Far- 
rell 

Associated Wholesale Grocers of California, 
H. D. Loveland genl. representative, R. 
H. Bennett Jr. asst. secretary, 123 Califor- 
nia 

Assurance Co. of America (New York) Win- 
field S. Davis genl. agent, 215 Sansome 

Ast Eberhard L., barber, 3439, 16th 

Ast Frederick J., butcher R. Strahle, r. 1248 
Sanchez 

Astbury Fannie S. Mrs., dry goods, 164, 9th 

Astbury Henry, salesman Mrs. F. S. Ast- 
bury, r. 164. 9th 

ASTER GEORGE W. 

bookbinder and manufacturer fancy boxeS' 
and leather articles, 538 California, r. 
1006 Mason 

Asttalk William, seaman, r. 114 Jackson 
Astiz Martin, confectioner L. RufBeux, r. 1316 

Powell 
Astleford A., machine hand Excelsior Red- 
wood Co., r. 614 Howard 
Aston John, musician, r. 2269 Filbert rear 
Aston William S. Mrs., r. 26 Laurel PI. 
ASTORG ALPHONSE 

butcher and proprietor Astorg Springs 

Mineral Water, 108, 5th 
Astorg Marcellin, butcher Alphonse Astorg, r. 

lOS, 5th 
ASTORG SPRINGS MINERAL WATER 

(Cobb Valley, Lake Co.) Alphonse Astorg 

propr., 108, 5th 
Astredo Abigal S., widow, r. 912% Vallejo 
Astredo Humbert, bookkeeper Mack & Co., r. 

912V4 Vallejo 
Astredo Joseph C, supt. Church Mission s 

House, 246, 2d, r. 912»^ Vallejo 
Astrom John W., r. 52, 2d 
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, F. R. Zlel 

secretary and treasurer, 819 Market 
Astroski Samuel Mrs., widow, r. 1214 Geary 
Atcheson Robert, r. U03 Montgomery 
ATCHINSON B. M. & CO. 

(Edward L. Cutten and Joseph Stalder Jr.) 

dairy produce. 2. 4. 61 and 63 Union Square 

Market, tel. Grant 141 
CTAtchinson. See Acheson, Ackerson. Altoh- 

Ison, Atchison and Atkinson 



Atchison Frank, elevatorman, 220 Sutter, r. 

Oakland 
Atchison John, carpenter James Young, r. 1419 

Sanchez 
Atchison John, laborer Union Iron Wks., r. 

333 Louisiana 
Atchison Samuel H., plumber, r. 517c Shot- 
well 
Atchison Thomas A., policeman, r. 702 Fell 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co., 

628 Market 
Atchison William, paper carrier, r. 1328 San- 
chez 
Aten Matthias C, carriagemaker, r. 15% Col- 
— - Jingwood 
Athanasiade Alexander M., carrier Postofflce, 

r. 36 Mary 
Athanasiade Marco, r. 36 Mary 
Athearn Annie F. Miss, r. 1011 Treat Av. 
Athearn Charles H., accountant, r. 1011 Treat 

Av. 
Athearn Mary A., widow, r. 1011 Treat Ay. 
Athearn Sophie Miss, teacher Hearst Gram- 
mar School, r. 932 Van Ness Av. 
Athenour Aime D., r. 1638, 14th Av. South 
Athenour Joseph, driver J. Jullien & Co. 
Athenour Madeline, widow, r. 804a Vallejo 
Atherden M. E. Mrs., widow, r. 1417 Hyde 
Atherton Clarence W., clerk, r. 1007 Lombard 
Atherton Dwight C, bookkeeper, r. 2418 Fol- 

som 
Atherton Emma Mrs., dressmaking, 113, 9th 
Atherton John W., driver Goldberg, Bowen & 

Co., r. 113, 9th 
Atherton Joseph N., barber, r. 828 McAllister 
Atherton Laura, widow, r. 416 Linden Av. 
Atherton William T, solicitor, r. 1433 Mission 
Athey Erwin E., driver Mission Transfer Co., 

r. 24 Dolores 
Athey James L., carpenter, r. 332 Jersey 
Athey Oliver O., clerk, r. 332 Jersey 
Athey William E., gripman Sutter St. Ry., r. 

1617 Devisadero 
Athias John, 3d ofllcer str. Coptic, r. 442 Fell 
Atkin John, machinist, r. 1343 Union 
Atkins Albert J., physician, Emma Spreckels 

Bldg.. r. 2115 Webster 
Atkins Alburtis, adv. agent Examiner, r. 1154 

Guerrero 
Atkins Chester H., with R. C. Atkins & Sons, 

r. 1348 Hyde 
Atkins David H., clerk W. K. Vickery, r. 

Oakland 
Atkins Eben, porter Holbrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son, r. 503 Greenwich 
Atkins George, ship builder, r. 231, 13th 
Atkins George W., bookkeeper A. S. Neal 

Warehouse Co., r. Alameda 
ATKINS J. HENRY P. 

manager W. K. Vickery, 236 Post, r. Oak- 
land 
Atkins John, laborer Washburn & Moen Mfg. 

Co. 
Atkins John teamster, r. 1813 Stockton 
Atkins John A., dentist, r. 518 Ellis 
Atkins John J., musician, 39, 4th, r. Alameda 
Atkins L. G. F., r. 2502 Clay 
Atkins Malcolm B., compositor Examiner, r. 
4247, 24th 

ATKINS R. 0. & SONS 

(Robert C. Atkins) men's furnishers and 
shlrtmakers, agents Dr. Jaeger's under- 
wear, 123-126 Montgomery, telephone Red 
1481 

Atkins Robert C. (R. C. Atkins & Sons) r. 
1348 Hyde 

Atkins Robert L., conductor Geary St. P. & 
O. RR., r. 422, 5th At. 

Atkins Robert S., with R. C. Atkins & Sons, 
r. 261 Frederick 

C^ Atkins. See Adklns 

Atkinson Abby M. Mrs., r. 915 Geary 
■ Atkinson Albert A., Joiner Schussler Bros., r. 
348 Hayes 

Atkinson David, laborer W. W. Montague & 
Co., r. 422 Harriet 

Atkinson David L. Mrs., r. 823 Filbert 



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AtkinsoD David R., clerk Alliance Assurance 

Co., r. 11 Clementina 
Atkinson Edgar L., manager renting dept. A. 

M. Speck & Co., r. 417 Devisadero 
Atkinson Edwin V., laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 162 Alpine 
Atkinson Elma, domestic, 1524 Vallejo 
Atkinson E. M.. clerk Railway Mail Service, 

r. Sacramento. Cal. 
Atkinson Francis, engineer, r. 362 San Carlos 

Av. 
Atkinson Frank J., clerk John H. Boyson, r. 

233 Page 
Atkinson George F., Cal. wood novelties, 427 

Kearny, r. 11 Clementina 
Atkinson Hannah, widow, r. 233 Page 
Atkinson Harold, clerk G. M. Agnew & Co., r. 

Berkeley 
Atkinson Harry L., bookkeeper Page, Mc- 

Cutchen & Eells. r. 1356 Sacramento 
Atkinson Henry, laborer, r. 12 Natoma 
Atkinson Henry, sawyer Pac. Box Factory, r. 

47S Tehama 
Atkinson Herbert, mining, r. 804 Larkin 
Atkinson James (James Atkinson & Co.) 2 

California 
Atkinson James, waiter str. Columbia 
Atkinson James & Co. (James Atkinson) 

liquors. 2 California 
Atkinson John, bedmaker, Montana House 
Atkinson John R.. foreman gardener G. G. 

Park, r. 110. 12th Av. 
Atkinson Joseph A., millman Union Lumber 

Co., r. 422 Harriet 
Atkinson J. W., Ins. agent, 109 California, r. 

1333 Pine 
Atkinson Kate M. Miss. r. 1032 Broadway 
Atkinson Margaret G. Miss, stenographer, r. 

233 Page 
Atkinson Mary, widow, r. 478 Tehama 
Atkinson Mary H. Miss, bookkeeper O. Ber- 

man, r. 233 Page 
Atkinson Oliver M.. clerk Goldberg, Bowen & 

Co., r. 1636 Eddy 
Atkinson Phillip Q., r. 1909E McAllister 
Atkinson Phoebe A., widow, r. 803 Golden 

Gate Av. 
Atkinson Robert H., gripman Market St. Ry., 

r. 1926 Howard 
Atkinson Rose H., widow, r. 371 Minna 
Atkinson Thomas, r. 422 Harriet 
ATKINSON THOMAS E. 

public accountant and auditor, 419 Cali- 
fornia, rooms 1-2 
Atkinson Thomas T., broker, r. 1444 McAllis- 
ter 
Atkinson Walter S., apprentice Union Iron 

Wks., r. 362 San Carlos A v. 
Atkinson William, clerk General Freight otBce 

S. P. Co.. r. 3032A, 16th 
Atkinson William, laborer Union Iron Wks., 

r. 559 Howard 
Atkinson William E., waiter Bohemian Club, 

r. 531 O'Farrell 
Atkinson William H.. president Congrega- 
tional Ministers' Club, Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 

r. San Rafael 
Atkinson William J., carpenter, r. 2517 Fol- 

som 
(CJ" Atkinson. See Acheson, Ackerson, Aitchl- 

son and Atchinson 
Atlantic Brush Co. (James C. and Robert 

Blair) brushes and feather dusters, 510 

Montgomery 
ATLANTIC FISH CO. 

H. M. Coletv agent, dried and pickled fish 

305-307 Front 

ATLANTIC FREE WAREHOUSE 

C. H. Oilman & Co. proprietors, SE. cor. 

Battery and Broadway 
Atlantic Straw Works, David C. Braid Jr. 

propr.. 104, 5th 
Atlantic U. S. Bonded Tea Warehouse. C. H. 

Oilman & Co., proprs., SE. cor. Battery 

and Broadway 



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Atlantic U. S. Bonded Warehouse. C. H. Gil- 
man & Co. proprs.. 718 Battery 

ATLAS ASSURANCE CO. 

(of London, Eng.) Frank J. Devlin man- 
ager, 309-311 Sansome 

Atlas Building and Loan Association, Nathan 
Schlesinger secretary, 304 Montgomery 

Atlas Milling Co., William M. Kratz man- 
ager, 128 Davis 

Atlas The. Mrs. L. M. Kirkpatrick propr., 
1001 Sutter 

Attell Abraham S., watchman Nathan Cohen, 
r. 11^ Cedar Av. 

Attell Annie Mrs., secondhand goods, 255, 3d 

Attell Coleman, pawnbroker, 103, 3d, r. 1312 
Buchanan 

Attell Jacob, manager C. Attell, r. 156 Clem- 
entina 

Attell Jonas, pocketbook maker S. F. Novelty 
Leather Co., r. 824 Kearny 

Attell Joseph H., tailor 635 Kearny, r. 11% 
Cedar Av. 

Attell Meyer, barber Charles Caccia, r. 255, 3d 

Attell Sarah, tailoress, r. 255. 3d 

Attell Seymour, tailor, r. 1H4 Cedar Av. 

Atthowe Ernest, purser str. (jonstance, r. 2513 
Clay 

Atthowe Gertrude Miss, stenographer P. C. 
SS. Co., r. 2513 Clay 

Atthowe Martha, widow, r. 2513 Clay 

Atthowe Reginald, clerk Goodall, Perkins & 
Co., r. 2513 Clay 

Atthowe William C, com. merchant, r. 713 
York 

Atthowe William J., 1st officer str. Constance, 
r. 2513 Clay 

Attillio Malfino. waiter, r. 915 Broadway 

Attillio Peter. liquors, 526"^ Pacific 

Attinger Adolph, stereotyper Examiner, r. 
1037 Noe 

Attinger Christian F., tailor Fred W. Attin- 
ger, r. 412 McAllister 

Attinger Fred W., tailor, 1130 Turk 

Attinger George J., salesman J. T. Poheim, r. 
228 Clipper 

Attinger John, tailor J. T. Poheim, r. 1037 
Noe 

Attinger Salome, widow, r. 228 Clipper 

ATTORNEY CITY AND COUNTY 
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1204-1206 Glaus Spreckels Bldg. 

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ATTRIDQE ARTHUR 

(Fex. Buckley & Attridge) and Supervisor 
11th Ward. r. 210 Noe 

Attridge Edmund J., clerk, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 

Attridge Ellen, r. Our Lady's Home 

Attridge James, r. 536, 3d 

Attridge James, real estate, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 

Attridge John G., policeman, r. 2005 Leaven- 
worth 

Attridge John T. , shoemaker Cahn, Nickels- 
burg & Co.. r. 1306% Broadway 

Attridge Margaret, widow, r. 1305% Broadway 

Attridge Richard, clerk, r. 2005 Leavenworth 

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Attridge Thomas J., porter, r. 2005 Leaven- 
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Attridge Walter, salesman Justinian Caire 

Co., r. 210 Noe 
Attridge William J., clerk Prosecuting Attor- 
ney Police Court 3, r. 2005 Leavenworth 
(I3"Attwood. See Atwood 
Atwater Edward, pressman, r. 3517, 24th 
Atwater Herbert (Atwater & Brennan) r. 348 

Fremont 
Atwater Louis, r. 6S3 Clementina 
Atwater William L., carpenter, r. 683 Clem- 
entina 
Atwater & Brennan (Herbert Atwater and 
Edward Brennan) carriagesmiths, 625 
Brannan 
Atwell Allen L., r. Hotel Bella Vista 
Atwell Edmund, machinist Elec. Engineering 

Co., r. Oakland 
ATWOOD ALFRED L. 

attorney-at-law, 1215 Claus Spreckels 
Bldg., tel. Brown 921, r. Golden Gate, Cal. 
Atwood Amelia J., widow, r. 3379, 20th 
Atwood A. R., oiler str. Australia 
Atwood Augustus, chiropodist, 76, 3d 
Atwood Austin D., clerk Chronicle, r. 127 

Perry 
Atwood David G., dentist, 231 Post, r. 733 Bush 
Atwood Edward N., supt. Cal. agencies Union 

Mut. Life Ins. Co., 419 California 
Atwood Edwin G., clerk, r. 736b Green 
Atwood George A., r. 2520 Folsom 
Atwood George E., salesman, r. 127 Perry 
Atwood George E. Jr., druggist James H. 

Gates & Son, r. 127 Perry 
Atwood H. A., silversmith W. K. Vanderslice 

Co., r. Peralta, Cal. 
Atwood Henry R., Port Warden, office toot 
Clay, and marine surveyor George W. Mc- 
Near, r. Oakland 
Atwood John A., harnessmaker A. Levy, r. 127 

Perry 
Atwood William, student, r. 2347 Washington 
Atwood William A., dentist, 26 McAllister 
Atwood William W., engraver First St. Wks. 

Union Iron Wks.. r. Oakland 
[CF Atwood. See Attwood 

Atzeroth Edlet, groceries, 336, 6th, r. 338, 5th 
Atzeroth Frederick W. H. (Atzeroth & Ben- 
del) r. 1301 Buchanan 
Atzeroth Henry B., clerk, r. 1301 Buchanan 
Atzeroth Henry P., liquors, 199 Howard, r. 56 

Erie 
Atzeroth & Bendel (Frederick W. H. Atzeroth 
and Louis Bendel) liquors, NW. cor. Sac- 
ramento and East 
Atzlenger Matis, cabinetmaker, r. 242% Har- 
riet 
Aubaille Joseph, painter J. St. Denis, & Co., 

r. 1014 Clay 
Aubaille Victoria Miss, laundress, r. 1014 Clay 
Auber Frederick, baker Russ House 
Aubert C. Mrs., laundry, 1630 Powell 
Aubert Edward A., butcher Antone Geantit, 
- r. 1530 Powell 
Aubert George, bartender Jules D. Aubert, r. 

1004 Golden Gate Av. 
Aubert Joseph, liquors, NB. cor. Golden Gate 
Av. and Fillmore, r. 1410 Golden Gate Av. 
Aubert Jules D., liquors, NW. cor. Turk and 

Steiner, r. 1225 Stelner 
Aubert Lucien J., exchange clerk London. 
Paris and American Bank, r. 1314 O'Far- 
rell 



Aubert Martael, lodgings, 605 Broadway 
Aubertin George A., barber, 704 Brannan 
ATJBIN ATJQTJSTE H. 

cigars and tobacco, 1 Grant Av., 801 Mar- 
ket, 43 Eddy, 105 Sansome, r. 810b Geary 

Aubrey Josephine, widow, r. 2710 Pine 

Aubry Charles B., foundryman National Iron 
Wks., r. 141 Jersey 

Aubry Charles R.. teamster Roth, Blum & 
Co., r. 121/2 McLea Court 

Aubry Edmond B., real estate and Ins., 2245 
Mission, r. 141 Jersey 

Aubry John A., r. 247 Shipley 

Aubry Lincoln, teamster John McQueen, r. 
Ocean View 

AUCTION PRICE HOUSE 

D. McEae proprietor, furniture, carpets, 
stoves, and articles of every description 
bought and sold, French ranges, 827 Mis- 
sion 

Audemard Catherine, widow, r. 478 Tehama 
Audemard Jules P., musician, r. 478 Tehama 
Audemard Leon A., paper carrier, r. 478 Te- 
hama 
Audersch Bmma, widow, r. 309, 7th 
Audet J. L., sweeper City St. Imp. Co., r. 737 

Mission 
ATJDET LOtriS 

offices and furnished rooms, 20 O'Farrell 
Audlbert Gustave, caneworker S. F. & Pac. 

Glass Wks., r. 810% Hampshire 
AUDITOR CITY AND COUNTY 

City Hall, 1st floor 
Auditorium The, Mrs. Mattle Andrews propr. 

410 Post 
AUDITORIUM THE 

Woods, Munn & Fichter proprietors, wines 

and liquors, 9 Powell, tel. Main 1404 
Auer Andrew, liquors, 760 Howard 
Auer Bernard A., genl. agent ^tna Life Ins. 

Co. (accident department) Safe Deposit 

Bldg., r. Golden Gate, Cal. 
Auer Carl J., woodturner, r. 24 Aileen Av. 
Auer Peter (Frosterus & Auer) r. 414 Folsom 
Auerbach Alfred (Auerbach & Thompson) r. 

1907 O'Farrell 
Auerbach Bertha, widow, r. 2412% Sacramento 
Auerbach Evelyn A., reporter Bradstreet Co., 

r. 1901 Pierce 
Auerbach Leopold, capitalist, r. 1538 Post 
Auerbach Milton, student, r. 1538 Post 
Auerbach William, r. 1514 Post 
Auerbach & Thompson (Alfred Auerbach and 

David Thompson) proprs. Pac. Fringe 

Factory, 116 Minna 
Auerhahn Ernestine, widow, secondhand 

goods, 643 Howard 
Aufenanger John, bolt cutter Payne's Bolt 

Wks., r. 14 Verona PI. 
Aufenanger William, boltmaker, r. 306 Folsom 
Aufrichtig Louis, mtrs.' agent, Phelan Bldg. 

r. 1134 Golden Gate Av. 
Aufrichtig Morltz, jeweler, 414 Larkln 
Aufrichtig Ray Miss, saleslady J. Levin & 

Co.. r. 929 Golden Gate Av. 
Aufrichtig Samuel, clerk, r. 1638 Buchanan 
Aufrichtig Samuel, watchmaker, r. 414 Larkln 
Auga Joseph, salesman Bayle Lacoste & Co.. 

r. 1138 Market 
Augas John J., laundry, 423% Turk 
Augenblick Jacob, operator, r. 14 Morris Av. 
Augenblick Marc (Marc Augenblick & Co.) r. 

136 McAllister 
Augenblick Marc & Co. (Marc Augenblick) 

liquors, 1047-1049 Market 
Auger Albert, clerk Baldwin Jewelry Co., r. 

625% Larkln 
Auger B. Eugene, secretary Derbec Blue 

Gravel Mining Co., 320 Sansome, r. 806 

Franklin 
Auger Constant J., jeweler, Chronicle Bldg., 

r. 626% Larkln 
Auger F. Mrs., millinery, 143 Post, r. 625% 

Larkln 



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Auger Louis, polisher Pac. Plating & Metal 

Wks., r. Berkeley 
Augsberger William E., conductor, r. 1232 

Valencia 
Augst Joseph, liquors, 153 Valencia 
Augstein Henry, barber, SW. cor. 19th and 

Folsom, r. 3215, 19th 
Augstein Sidney (Augstein & Davis) r. 6 

Rivoli Av. 
Augstein William, plumber, r. 3215, 19th 
Augstein & Davis (Sidney Augstein and Percy 

L, Davis) mirs.' agent. Flood Bldg. 
August Albert, packer Preservaline Mfg. Co., 

r. 347, 30th 
August Franz, millman, r. 303, 4th 
Augusta ChejTias. compositor Le Franco-Cal- 

ifornien, r, 11 12a Taylor 
Augustine Annie, widow, r. 96 Chenery 
Augustine Gustav, laborer (Jray Bros. 
Augustine John, waiter str. Acapulco 
Augustine Raymond, r. 3642, 20th 
Augustine Walter, painter, 905 Folsom, r. 739 

Folsom 
Augustine William, doorman Palace Hotel, r. 

96 Chenery 
Augustine William, plumber Charles Rehn 
Augustiny John, butcher, r. 6 Marye Terrace 
Augustiny Peter F., flsh, 829 Valencia 
Augustiny William, restaurant, 233, 6th 
Augusto John, dairyman, r. 14 Gilbert 
Augustus Antone, helper Risdon I. & L. Wks., 

r. Berkeley 
Augustus Frank A., packer, r. 1150 Mission 
Aul George, poultry ranch, 619 Banks 
Aula Felix, blacksmith, r. 413 Green 
Aula John, laborer, r. 413 Green 
Aula Joseph, confectioner Rothschild & Eh- 

renpfort, r. 413 Green 
Auld Cecilia, widow, r. 60Si^ Leavenworth 
Auld-Cook Co., George W. Cook Jr. presi- 
dent, Robert L. Auld secretary, stockbrok- 
ers, 318 Pine 
Auld Frances Miss, compositor James H. 

Barry, r. 60SM Leavenworth 
Auld George, car driver, r. 214 Perry 
Auld George W.. plumber Henry Williamson 

Co., r. 26 Boyce 
Auld Harry, machinist, r. 26 Boyce 
Auld John, carpenter, r. 2S23, 16th 
Auld John M., harnessmaker, r. 214 Perry 
Auld Robert L., secretary Auld-Cook Co., 318 

Pine. r. 1304 Masonic Av. 
Auld Robert W., oiler, r. 26 Boyce 
Auld Royal I., clerk Railway Mail Service, r. 

Oakland 
Auld William, car driver, r. 214 Perry 
Auld William P., salesman Raphael's, r. 608% 

Leavenworth 
Auletti Alfred, machinist, r. 1525 Dupont 
AulettI Frank, machinist Eureka Boiler Wks., 

r. 1525 Dupont 
Aull Laura Miss, adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 640 

Golden Gate Av. 
Auletti Louis, musician, r. 1525 Dupont 
Ault Ellen, widow, r. 568 Mission 
Ault Joseph Mrs., widow, r. 1042% Folsom 
Ault Joseph H., porter, r. 1042^4 Folsom 
Ault Matthias, miller, r. 607 Powell 
Ault Matthias P.. teamster, r. 1042?^ Folsom 
Ault Samuel, laborer, r. 436, 5th 
Ault Samuel W.. r. 1042% Folsom 
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Aumiller Bertha, widow, r. 20 Stockton PI. 
Aune Peder O., salesman Stein, Simon & (^o., 

r. 5 Vasserot PI. 
Auradou Alexander L., r. 1309 Powell 
Auradou John G., driver George D. Bunker, r. 

660 Brannan 
Auradou Jules, pork packer George D. Bun- 
ker, r. 660 Brannan 
Auradou Jules Jr., pork packer, r. 660 Bran- 
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Aureguy Fortune, bookkeeper Simon Silver- 
berg, r. 1411 Powell 

Aureguy Michael, carpenter, r. 4 Magner PI. 

Aurich Abraham, r. 1329 Laguna 

Aurich Carrie Miss, bookkeeper, r. 1329 La- 
guna 

Aurich Charles W., r. 1329 Laguna 

Aurich Gabriel, clerk Wiener & Bornstein, 
1329 Laguna 

Aurich Gustave P., salesman Newman & 
Levinson, r. 1329 Laguna 

Aurich Leon, clerk Nordman Bros., r. 1329 
Laguna 

Auroux Louis, mason, r. 725 Sansome 

Aurrecoechea Joseph, capitalist, r. 932 Jack- 
son 

Auser Fred, clerk Pacific Pine Co., r. 227, 6th 

Aust Walter C, 1st officer str. San Bias r. 
129 Perry 

Austerloh Caroline, widow, r. 4311, 25th 

Austin Ada Mrs., dressmaking, 1911% Mission 

Austin Albert L., asst. supt. Bowers Rubber 
Co., r. 202 Fillmore 

Austin Anne, widow, r. 1522 Howard 

Austin Annie Mrs., r. 12 Sycamore Av. 

Austin Arthur, mfrs.' agent, Columbian Bldg., 
r. Fruitvale 

Austin B. F. iMrs., solicitor, r. 420 Ellis 

Austin B. Frank, clerk, r. 420 Ellis 

Austin Christopher, marine fireman, r. 512% 
2d 

Austin Clarence R,, butcher T. J. Hicks, r. 
Fruitvale 

Austin Edith Miss, bookbinder, r. 24 Silver 

Austin Edward, clerk, r. 527 Sacramento 

Austin Edwin, longshoreman, r. 24 Silver 

Austin Emeline A,, widow, r. 2846 Folsom 

Austin Emma Miss, tailoress. r. 24 Silver 

Austin Emma M. Miss, dressmaker, r. 2846 
Folsom 

Austin Florence Miss, candymaker, r. 24 Sil- 
ver 

Austin Frank B., butcher estate Mark 
Strouse, r. 612 McAllister 

Austin Frank J., restaurant, 405 Pacific, r. 726 
Sansome 

Austin Freight and Transportation Co., office 
313 Davis 

Austin George, bartender J. M. Garrett, r. 825 
Kearny 

Austin George, brushmaker, r. 1911% Mission 

Austin George, candymaker. r. 817 Lombard 

Austin George, teamster Blohm Bros., r. 600 
Haight 

Austin H. A. Miss, stenographer Baker & 
Hamilt