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REFERENCE 

Not to be taken from the room 



917.9^ 

San Francisco Directory. 

1905 



Digitized by tine Internet Arciiive 

in 2010 witii funding from 

San Francisco Public Library 



http://www.archive.org/details/crockerlangleysa1905sanf 



ALAMZDA FREE LI; 



45 YEARS 



The Washington Life 



INSURANCE COMPANY 



OF NEW YORK 



ASSETS, 



$18,000,000.00 



JOHN TATLOCK President 

THEODORE T. JOHNSON . . Second Vice-President 



BOARD OF- DIRECTOf^S 



I^EVI P. MORTON 

President Morton Trust Company. 

New York 

CHARLES H. ALLEN 

\' ce-Presldpnt Morton Trust Company. 

New York 

DUMONT CLARKE 

President American Exchange National 

Bank, 128 Broadway. New York 

SAMUEL B. CLARKE 

Lawyer. 32 Nassau Street. New York 

SAMUEL P. COLT 
President Industrial Trust Company. 
Providence. R. I. 
CHARLES F. CUTLER 
President American Telegraph and Tele- 
phone Co. 15 Dey Street. New York 
CHARLES D. DICKEY 
Brown Brothers & Company. New York 
H. WARD FORD 
Treasurer Windsor Trust Company, 
New York 
GEORGE M. HARD 
President Chatham National Bank. 
192 Broadway. New York 
G. G. HAVEN 
32 Liberty Street, New York 



ELIHU ROOT 

Lawyer, 32 Liberty Street, New York 

MORGAN J. O'BRIEN 

Justice Supreme Court, 

State of New York 

JAMES A. PARKER 

Vice-President Old Colony Trust Co.. 

Boston. Mass. 

WINTHROP RUTHERFURD 

681 Fifth Avenue, New York 

THOMAS F. RYAN 

Vice-President Morton Trust Company, 

New York 

VALENTINE P. SNYDER 

President National Bank of Commerce. 

New York 

WILLIAM A. STREET 

23 South Wililam Street. New York 

JOHN TATLOCK 

141 Broadway, New York 

E. B. THOMAS 

President Lehigh Valley Railroad Co.. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

DAVID THOMSON 

Lawyer. 141 Broadway, New York 

HARRY PAYNE WHITNEY 
.Morton Trust Company, New York 



HOIA/ARD PERRIN, JWanas&r 

California Department 
85, 86, 87 and 88 Chronicle Building 
Telephone Main 5683 SAN FRANCISCO 



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KOHL BUILDING 218 UNION STREET ;; 

SAN FRANCISCO SEATTLE 



GEORGE J. WELLINGTON 

Fire Protective Engineer 



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CONSULTING AND CONTRACTING 



STANDARD 



AUTOMATIC SPRINKLERS 

FIRE PUMPS, FIRE HOSE, FIRE PAILS 

CHEMICAL EXTINGUISHERS, WATCH CLOCKS 

AND 

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 
4- THAD AVERY, JR. ORLO EASTWOOD 

Ass't Superintendent Superintend 






GEORGE J. WELLINGTON LOUIS L. JANES BERT F. BUTTERFIELD 

President Vice-President Secretary 



I LOUIS L JANES COMPANY 

GENERAL INSURANCE 



SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT 

SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE CO. 
PACIFIC SURETY CO. (Plate Glass) 



-. Telephone Private Exchange 446 KOHL BUILDING 

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WORKS. SIXTH AND BLUXOME STREETS. SAN FRANCISCO 




JACKSON PATENT SERIES J-STEP CENTRIFUGAL PUMP, DESIGNED FOR 4OO FT. LIFT 

CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS, SUITABLE RVRON JACKSON 

FOR IRRIGATION, DRAINAGE DinUH UHUIVOUIl 

AND MINING MACHINE WCRKS 

GASOLINE ENGINES mfiwnillfc llwni%W 

STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS OFFICE, 411 MARKET St. 

HARVESTING MACHINERY SAN francis«0 



Western Poundry 

JOHN HEDLEY, Proprietor 

TelcphoQC JohQ 846 



CASTINGS 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER 



215 Harrison Street 



Between Beale and Main Sts. 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, 



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/'~> E N U I N E Bell-metal Bells made right here in San Francisco. 
^--* Clear Tone, None Better. We also make all kinds of BRASS 
GOODS for Water, Steam and Gas, and Carry a Large Stock of 
SCREWED PIPE and CASING and FITTINGS for same. We make 
over Fifty different kinds of 



PUMPS 



Among them the HOOKER STEAM PUMP and the Celebrated 
RICHARDS CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

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

We would be pleased to hear from you. 



W. T. GARRATT & CO. 



OFFICE 



138 to 142 Fremont St. 

WORKS 

Fifth and Brannan Sts. 







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Importers, Exporters 
and Dealers in 




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Twines ^d Cordage 



LOS ANGELES, CAL. 



TELEPHJNE 

Private Exchange 14 



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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. | 



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I 301 CMfornia Street SAN FRANCISCO \ 

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.». Authorized Ca.jtal $20,000,000 

I»I Subscribed Capit.| , 16,000,000 

jl Paid-in Capita! . 3,000,000 

♦!♦ Monthly Income ... ©ver 200,000 



Interest on paid up Certificates of Depoi^t paid at rate of 6 per cent 
per annum, payable semi-.nnuallY 



I 

I Dr. WASHINGTON DODGE, President 

i WM. CORBIN, Secretary and Genera\ Manager 



GAVIN McNAB, Attorney 



14 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 

San Francisco 
Directory 

FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING MAY 

1905 

CONTAINING 

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

of the City and County Officers, Churches, Public and Private Schools, 

Benevolent, Literary and other Associations, Banks, 

Incorporated Institutions, Etc. 

AND A 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

A CORRECTED MAP AND A REVISED STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE OF THE CITY 



PRICE SIX DOLLARS 



COPYRIGHT, 190S. BY H. S. CROCKER COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY H. S. CROCKER COMPANY 

215, 217, 219 BUSH STREET 






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VvN^ INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



AetdemT uf Sciences. Ollfornla 

Alomnl Am'd Cal. Medical College 

Alamnl Au'n College of FbyilclauB and Surgeons 

Alomnl Aas'n Hattlnga College or Law 

American Ass'n of Masters and Pilots 

American Board of Com. Foreign Missions 

American Oulld 

American Tract Society 

Ancient Order of Foresters 

Ancient Order of Hibernians 

Ancient Order United Workmen 

Argonaut Club 

Arlon Verein 

Armltage Orphanage of Ban Francisco 

Art Associations 

Associated Alnmnt Unlrerslty of Cal 

Associated Charities 

Associated Veterans of the Mexican War 

Association for Improvement and Adornment of 

San Francisco 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific 

Austrian Benevolent Society 

Autocrat Club 

Bands of Hope 

Banks 

Bar Association of San Francisco 

Barbers* Protective Union 

Bay City Wheelmen 

Bear Club of California 

Belgian Benevolent Society 

Benefit Associations 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. 

Benevolent B^letles 

B'nal B'rlth. Independent Order 

Board of Education 

Board of Trade of San Francisco 

Board of Supervisors 

Bohemian Club 

Bookbinders' Protective and Beneficial Ass'n.. . 

Booklovers' Library 

Bottlers' and Manufacturers' Protective Asa'n .. 

Boys' and Olrls' Aid Society 

Brewers' Protective Association 

British and American Union 

British Benevolent Society of California 

Builders' Association of Callfamla 

Builders' Exchange 

Bunker" 



Caledonian Club 

California Academy of Sciences 

California Ass'n Civil Engineers 

California Association Football League 

California Bible Society 

California Camera Club 

California Club 

California College of Osteopathy 

California College of Pharmacy 

California Cycling Club 

California General HoaplUI 

California Historic Oenealogtcal Society 

CaJIfomla Historical Society 

California Home Missionary Society 

California Kindergarten Free Normal Training 

School 

California Lavrn Tennis Clob 

Callfamla Medical College 

California Pharmaceutical Society 

California Pioneers, Society of 

California Prison Commission 

California Promotion Committee 



California Soc. of Certified Public Accountants. . 54 

CallfornlaSoc. for Prev. of Cruelty to Children.. 41 

California State Bar Ass'n 54 

California State Board of Pharmacy 54 

California State Dental Association 54 

California State Hom<eopBtblc Med. Soc'y 54 

California State Mining Bureau 54 

California State Ketall Druggists' Ass'n 55 

California Woman's Hospital 49 

Cambrian Mutual Aid Society 40 

CathollcClub 57 

Catholic Knlgbtsof America 62 

Cemeteries 43 

Cercle Francale 69 

Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco 42 

Children's Home Finding Society of Cal 49 

Children's Hospltol 50 

Churches 42-45 

City and County Alms House 49 

City and County Government SS 

City and County Hospital 49 

Civic Federation 69 

Collegeof Physicians and Surgeons of S. F 54 

Colleges and Private Schools 49 

Companions of the Forest. A. O. F 61 

Companions of the Forest of America 63 

Concordia, The 69 

Congregational Church Building Society 57 

Consuls 489 

Cooper Medical College 54 

Corinthian Yacht Club 69 

Cosmos Club 69 

Crematories 4« 

Cross Country Club 69 

Cymrodorlon Society of California 69 

Danish Ladles' Relief Society 41 

Dartmouth College Alumni Association 69 

Daughtersof the American Revolution 63 

Daughters of California Pioneers' Society 54 

Daughtersof the Confederacy 62 

Degree of Honor A. O U. W 62 

Degree of Pocahontas 64 

Delta Tau Uelu Fraternity 69 

DenWl Colleges 54 

Department of Electricity 84 

Department of Public Health 84 

Department of Public Works 84 

District Court of Appeal 48 

Dry Goods Men's Association 69 

Eagles. Fraternal Order of 68 

Eastern Star, Order of 59 

Elks. Benevolent and Protective Order of 62 

Epworth League Alliance 68 

Eureka Benevolent Association 41 

Exempt Fire Company 40 

Family. The 70 

Federal Government Offlcera 46 

Fire Department Si 

FlrePatrol S7 

Fire Underwriters* Association of the Pacific ... 87 

Flahennen's Mutual Benevolent Ass'n 40 

Floral Society, Sute 70 

Florence Crittenton Home of S. F 49 

Foreign Consuls 489 

Foresters of America 62 

Forum Clubof California 69 

Kraniesca Rrlli-f Society 41 

Franklin Spar and Ban Verein 55 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



Free and Accepted Ma 

French Hospital 

French Mutual Benevole 



Gambrlnus Benevolent Society 

Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society 

Geographical Society of California 

Geographical Society of the PaclBc 

German General Benevolent Society 

German Hospital 

German Ladles' General Benevolent Society. 

Golden Gate Gnn Club 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association 

Golden Gate Male Quartet 

Golden Gate Union of Christian Endeavor..., 

Good Templars. Independent Order of 

Grand Army of the Republic 



Hahnemann Medical College 

Halls 

Harvard Club of San Francisco 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled 

Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home, Pacific 

Hessen Vereln 

HlUer Homceopathlc Institute 

Home for Incurables, Ring's Daaghtera* 

Home for Aged and Infirm Females 

Homceopathlc Dispensary 

Homceopathlc Medical Society, California Btate. 

Hospital for Children 

Hospitals, Homes and Asylums 

Improved Order of Red Men 

Independent Order B'nal B'rith 

Independent Order of Foresters 

Independent Order of Good Templars 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows 

Independent Order of Red Men 

International Association of Machinists 

International Brotherhood League 

Iroquois Club 

Italian Chamber of Commerce 

Italian Mutual Benevolent Society ..... 

Italian Reall Carablnlerl Mutual Aid Society ... 
Italian Touring Club 

and B. Aas'n 

Association 

Junior Order United American. Mechanics 

Justices of the Peace 

King's Daughters' Home for Incurables 

Knickerboclter Male Quartet 

Knights and Ladles of r 
Knighti 



Knights of Pythias 

Knights of Tara 

Knights of the Golden Eagle 
Knights of the Maccabees .. 
Knights of the Red Branch.. 
Knights Templar 



Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic . 

Ladles' Seamen's Friend Society 

Lane Hospital 

League of The Cross Cadets 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Association . . . . 

Libraries 

Llgne d' Henri IV 

LIgueNatlonale Francalse 

Lincoln Annuity Union 

Literary and Scientific Societies 

Little Sisters' Infant Shelter 

Loring Club 

Loyal Knights of America 

Loyal Legion, Military Order 

Magdalen Asylum 

Maria Kip Orphanage 

Marine Engineers' Association 

Marine Temperance Society 

Mariners' Free Reading Room 

Mary Patton Hospital 

Masonic 

Masons' and Builders' Association 

Masters and Pilots, American Association , 
Master Mariners' Benevolent Association . . . 

Mater Mlserlcordlse 

McClond Country Club 



cKlnley Orphanage 

McNutt HospltHl 

Mechanics' Institute 

Medical and Dental Colleges 

Medical Department University of California . 

Medical Society of the State of California 

Mercantile Library 



Merchants' Exchange Mutual Benefit Ass 
Methodist Social Union of San Francisco . 

Microscopical Society, San Francisco 

Military 

"Jllltary Order Loyal Legion 

Military Order of Foreign Wars of U. S. .. 

Ing Bureau, California State 

em Woodmen of America . 

Mount St. Joseph's Infant Orphan Asylum 



' Mutual Protective Union . 



I Letter Carriers 

National Guard of California 

National Union 

Native Daughters of the Golden West 

Native Sons of the Golden West 

Navy League of the United States . . . 



New Yorkers, The . 

Nord-Deutscher Vereln 

Norwegian Aid Society 

Norwegian Sinking Society 

Nursery for Homeless Children, S. F .. 

Occidental Kindergarten Association.. 
Odd Fellows, Independent Order of.... 

Ohio Society of California 

Old Friends 

Old People's Home of San Francisco. 



! Society of S. F.. 



Order of the Eastern Star 

Order of Hermann's Sons ... 

Order of Scottlsh'cians.! .. . . 
Order of Sons of St. George . 
Our Lady's Home 



Pacific Athletic Association 

Pacific Coast Assn Native Sons of Vermont, 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travel 

Pacific Coast Forest, Fish and Gi 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home... 

Pacific Hospital 

Pacific Humane Society 

Pacific Psl Upsllon Union 

Paclflc-Unlon Club 

Pharmaceutical Society, California 

Phllhlstorlan Debating Society 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society 

Pioneers, Society of California 

Police Courts 

Police Department 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent Ass't 

Press Club of San Francisco 

Private Schools 

Protective Associations 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladles' Home 

Protestant Orphan Asylum. San Franclaco.. 

Public Buildings and Halls 

Public Library 

Public Schools of San Francisco 



Rathbone Sisters K. of P 

Rebekah Assembly I. O. O. F 

Receiving Hospital 

Red Men, Improved Order of 

Red Men, Independent Order of .. 

Religious Societies 

Resorts 

Retail Fruit Dealers Association . 
Retail Grocers' Protective Union. 
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum.. 

Roumanian Aid Society 

Royal . 
Royal 



Association 54 



1 Arch Masons . . . 

Salvation Army 

S. F. Art Association. 
S. F. BsecSer Vereln. 
S. F. Bar Association. 
S. F. Benevolent Asso' 



INDEX TO CONTESTS. 



S. P. Board of Trade. 



ASB'I 



8. F. Church Extension Soc'y of M. K. Church. 

S F. Children'! Orphanage 

S. F. Clinical Society 

S. F. ClUb 

8. F. Commercial Travelers' , 
S. F. County Medical Society ... 
8. F. County Soc'y of Phys. and 

S. F. Deaconess' Home 

S. F. Dental Association 

S. F. Fire Department Mut. Aid 

S. F. Fly Casting Club 

S. F. Fruit and Flower Mission ... 

S.F. Girls' Union 

8. F. Golf Club 

8. P. Homsopstbic Medical Society 

8. F. Kennel Club 

S. F. Ladles' Protection and Relief Society .. 

8. F. Law Library Association 

S.F. Lylng-lnHospltal 

8. F. Maennercbor 

8. F. Microscopical Society 

8. F. National Training School 

S. r. Nursery for Homeless Children 

S. F. Planing Mill Owners' AssocUtton 

8. F.Polycllnlc 

" . F. Polyclinic Post Graduate 



S. F. Schuetien Verein 

8. F. Schwaben Verein 

8. F. Scottish Thistle Club 

8. F. Settlement Association 

8. F. Society Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. 



8. F. Turn Verein . 



F. Tacht Club . 



Seamen's Catholic Institute 

Secret Societies 

Servian Montenegrin L. and B. Society 

Sierra Club 

Silver Street Kindergarten Society 

Slavonic Illyric Mutual Benevolent Society . 

Social Societies 

Society uf American Wars 

Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animali 

Society of California Pioneers 

Society of California Volunteers 

Soda Water Manufacturers Ass'n 

Sons and Daughters of the Old Friends 



Sons of the American Revolution 

Sons of Veterans 

Southern Pacific Co. Hospital 

Spanish Mutual Benevolent Society 

Spanish War Veterans 

St. Andrew's Society 

81. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan Asylam 

St. Ignatius TralnInK School 

St. Joseph's Home Hospital 

Kt. Luke's HosplUI 

St. Mary's HosplUI 

8t. Patrick's Mutual Alliance Association 

St. Peter's German Catholic Benevolent Soclet/. 
St. Vincent de Paul Society 



St. Vincent Hospital 

St. Winifred's Sanatorium... 

Stanford Club 

State Association of Master I 

State Boards 

State Floral Society 

State Officers 

Stock and Bond Exchange 

Stock and Exchange Board, S. F 

Street Guide 

SuedDeutscher Verein 

Superior Court 

Supreme Court 

Swedish Singing Society of 8. F 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society 

Swiss Relief Society 

Teachers' Mutual Aid Socletv of 8. F 

Technical Society of the PaclBc Coast 

Temperance Societies 

Theatres 

Trades Unions 

Travelers' Protective Assoclai Ion of America 

Tribe of Ben-Hur 

Triton Boating and Swimming Club 

Turn Verein, San Francisco 



Union League Club 

Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society 

Union Square Club 

United Ancient Order of Druids 

United National Association Postofflce Clerks... 

United Order of Cadmus 

United Spanish War Veterans 

United states Officers 

United States Ry. Mall Service Mutual Benefit 



United Workmen, Ancient Order.. 

University Club 

University Mound Old Ladles' Hon 

University of California Club 

University of Michigan Club 
University of ' " "" "" 



Pacific Endowment Fund 41 



Verein Elntracht 4m 

Veteran Firemen's Association of S.F 7t 

Veteran Odd Fellows' Association 71 

Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Ass'n of Cal 71 

Veterans' Home of California 50 

Veterans' National Guard of California 55 

Veterans of the California Hundred 71 

Volunteers of America 45 

Welts-Fargo Library Association 53 

Western Addition Literary ond Social Club 71 

Widows' and Orphans' Aid Ass'n, 8. F. Police 

Depi 41 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union 71 

Woman's Hospital. California 49 

Woman's Relief Corps, G. A. R 68 

Woodmen of the World 68 

Yale Alumni Association of Cal 71 

Young Ladles' Institute 41 

Young Men's Christian Association 58 

Young Men's Hebrew Association 58 

Young Men's Institute 41 

Young Men's Institute Lecture Bureau 41 

Young Women's Christian Association 58 

Youths' Directory 51 



names Received Coo Cate 



for regular insertion will be found on pages 
Ui to 114. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGB 

A A Machine Whitewashing Co 2303 

Abrahamsen G O 2085 

Allec J 2095 

AUis-Chalmers C 180 

American Detective Agency 116 

American Credit Indemnity Co. 2073, 2148 

American Newspaper Assn 2103 

Andrews, T P. . .Right top lines and 2227 

Anglo-Californian Bank 3 

Arfsten, Eicher & Co. .Right corner cards 

Asphaltum Roofing Co 2257 

Atkins E C & Co 2262 

Babin, Landry C Co 2249 

Back. F J 2192 

Baker Enameled Letter & Furnace 

Co 2103 

Baldwin Grille Works 2127 

Banzhaf Bros 2013 

Barrow. Wade. Guthrie & Co 1989 

Bateman, William 2215 

Bauer Lamp, Reflector and Elec. 

Sign Co 2158 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co 

Left side lines 

Bingley Photo Engraving Co 

Left bottom lines 

Blake. Moffitt & Towne 2222 

Boesch Lamp Co 2159 

Bolander & Hallawell 2198 

Borland, Robertson & Johns 

Right side lines 

Braun Martin 2193 

Britton & Rey 342 

Brooks, Jas. B 346 

Brown Edw & Sons 349 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co, The 

2016. 2023 

Buhlinger, Wm F 2107 

Bullock & Jones Co Right top lines 

Burnham & Marsh Co 2249 

Burns, John H 2310 

Busteede, Anna C 2294 

Cahill & Hall Elevator Co 2100 

California Art Glass, Bending and 

Cutting Works '. 2123 

California Blanket Cleaning Works. 2094 

California Bolt Works 2026 

California Concrete Co 2068 

California Ink Co 12 

California Iron Yard 2086 

California Society of Certified Pub- 
lic Accountants 1992 

California Wire Cloth Co 

Right side lines 



Calkins Newspaper Syndicate 396 

Cantley, James Co.... Left bottom lines 

Capp, C S & Co 2249 

Carnegie Brick and Pottery Co.... 

Right corner cards 

Caspar Lumber Co 2185 

Cassaretto, John 2126 

Casterline-Lazard 2064 

Catton, Bell & Co 426 

Center & Spader 2249 

Century Electric Corp 430 

Chase, Fred H & Co 

Left corner cards, 2176 

Chisholm, A A 442 

Citizens State Bank 448 

Clark, F C 2069 

Clark, N & Sons 

Business headings and 453 

Clark & Booth Front cover and 2295 

Clawson, L E & Co. . .Business headings 

Coffin, Alonzo 2224 

Colton Dental Association 478, 2077 

Comyns-Childers Co 2072 

Conklin Bros Right top lines, 2049 

Conklin's Storage Warehouse 

Right top lines 

Consumers Electrical Assn 

Left bottom lines 

Continental Bldg & Loan Assn 

Back cover and 14 

Continental Insurance Co 

Right side lines 

Cook, H N Belting Co 

Left side lines, 2022 

riorner Lot Co 501 

Creditors Guild 2064 

Crocker, H S Co Back cover and 2081 

Cross. H N.. Right corner cards and 621 

Curtin. D A 2064 

Curtin Detective Agency 2081 

Cutter, J F Whiskey. .Right bottom lines 



Daly, S J 

Davidson &' Leigh. 
Decker, Charles W. 
Decker-Fagan Co. . . 



2219 

2250 

:478, 2077 
2097 



Denniston, E G 2270 

Dietzgen, Eugene Co 2279 

Dixon, Bprgeson & Co 2268 

Dodd. Mead & Co 2103 

Domoto & Co 2156 

Dornin, George D Left side lines 

Duncombe Ambulance Co 1994 



INDEX TO ADVEBTISEHENTS. 



PAGI 

Eberhard. Geo F Co 633 

Eby Machinery Co Line back cover 

Eggers & Co 2199 

Enterprise Brewery Right side lines 

Evans, C H & Co 

Right side lines, 2104 and 2245 

Farnsworth & Ruggles 

2088, 2115. 2259. 2290 

Ferran. Plegat & Co 682. 2160 

Fllraer Bros Electrotype Co 

Right bottom lines and 2100 

Finn. John Metal Works 2195 

Fireman's Fund Ins Co Front cover 

First National Bank 

Front cover and 2 

Fisher L P. Advertising Agency 1993 

Fleishhacker. A & Co. .Business headings 

Fogerty Joseph Left side lines. 1995 

Forbes. A J & Son 2044 

Forderer Cornice Works 2072 

Fuji The 2155 

Gabriel Printing Co 2241 

Gardner Sanitarium 2142 

Garratt. W T & Co 

10 and business headings 

Gilbert Pub Co 2103 

Gisslow's Moving and Carpet Clean- 
ing Co 2048. 2110 

Gladding. McBean & Co 

Right side lines and business headings 

Globe Wernicke Co Line back cover 

Goldberg. Bowen & Co. . Left corner cards 
Golden State and Miners' Iron Works 

Right side lines 

Goodman. George Artificial Stone 

Co 1998. 2068 

Graham, Geo D 2309 

Gray J A Co 2240 

Green J W 2224 

Gullfoy Cornice Works 2072 

Gundlach-Bundschu Wine Co. . .823, 2205 
Gwyer. Dr Mrs 2234 

Haas. C F 2293 

Hale. J P & Co 2252 

Haley. W H .2302 

Hall. A I & Son 8Sfi 

Hall. Norman F 3027 

Harmon. S H Lumber Co 

Left side lines. 2284 and 2311 

Haslett Warehouse Co 2299 

Has.sell Audit Co 872. 1990 

Heald's Business College. .Backbone, 882 

Hermann Safe Co 2260 

Herrmann, James 2219 

Herrmann & Co 2138 

Hlbernla Bay & Loan Soc 6 

Hicks. J W Co 908 

Hoffschnelder Bros... Left bottom lines 
Hosmer, H B 2226 

IIllnolH-Paclflc Glnss Co 2124 

liigerson & Glaner Co 2124 



PAGE 

International Banking Corporation.. 

Left corner cards and 1 

International Mercantile and Trusc 

Co Left bottom lines 

Jackson. Byron Machine Works 9 

Jackson, P H & Co 1997 

Janes, Louis L Co s 

Jansen, F Bromley 1991 

Jones. Caesar, Dickinson. Wllmot & 

Co 1989,1990 

Kahn. George H Right bottom lines 

Kal. O & Co 2155 

Kennedy. P J 2209 

Keuffel & Esser Co 2279 

Kincald & Co 2223 

Kirk. Geary & Co 21O8 

Klein, John M Electrical Co 

Left bottom lines 

Kneass, Geo W 2310 

Lachman & Co io84 

La Grande Laundry 2161 

Landen, P J 2268 

Lane Hospital 2143 

Lane Mark 2209 

Lane Mark Co 2250 

Larkins & Co 2050 

Lask, Harry J 2210 

Lawrenson, H 2206 

Laymance Real Estate Co 

Rleht corner cards and 2252 

Leek, George W 2078 

Leek. Ira G 2079 

Lewald. Sanford G Co. .Left bottom lines 

Lletz. A Co, The 

2202. 2207. 2264. 2266. 2279 

Lloyd. H J 2204 

Lowe. J W 2302 

Luckhardt. C A Co 2001 

Lund, Henry & Co g 

Lyons, Charles Left side lines. 1173 

MacXutt. A H 2192 

Malda & Okuda 2155 

Marsh & Kidd Co 2027 

Martin. E & Co Right bottom lines 

Marwedel. C W 

2188 and business headings 

Maudsley Sanitarium 2141 

McAvoy. O'Hara & Co 1227 

McDermoit. W 1245 

McHenrys Antique Furniture Mov- 
ing and P Co 2110 

McMahon. Ross Right bottom lines 

McPhun. Wm 2304 

Mechanics' Savings Bank 

Right corner cards and 4 

Mercantile Box Co 2031 

Merlgan. M. .Right bottom lines and 2220 

Mlllbrae Dairy 1308 

Moise-KIlnkner Co Right top lines 

Morrow. W S 2065 

Mt Shasta Mineral Spring Co. .Front edge 

.Mutual Label and LItho Co 

1367 and business headings 



INDKX TO ADVF.RTISEMEKTS. 



Mutual Protectiv 



194 



Nason, Arthur G & Co.. Right side lines 

National Brewing Co Left side lines 

National Electric Co 209S 

National Fire Insurance Co 

Left side lines 

National Laundry 2160 

National Mastic Rooting Co 

1373 and 2257 

Nevada Metallurgical Works 2001 

New Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning 

Works 2095 

Nightingale Ambulance 

Left side lines, 1995 

Northwestern National Ins Co 

Front cover and 2149 

Novelty Machine and Cutlery Wks..2188 

O'Neill. P J 2303 

Oceanic Steamship Co 1424 

Old Homestead Bakery 2013 

Ostrowski, Frank S & Son 2269 

Otis Elevator Co 

Right side lines and 2101 

Overland Freight Transfer Co 

2087, 2116, 2277, 2291, 2299 

Pacific Box Factory 2031 

Pacific Coast Borax Co. . .Left side lines 

Pacific Coast Glass Works 2125 

Pacific Coast Paper Co. Left corner cards 

Pacific Law and Collection Co 2064 

Pacific Mutual Life Ins Co. .Front cover 

Pacific Surety Co Inside front cover 

Pacific Tool and Supply Co 

. . . Fronc cover and business headings 
Pacific Tool & Supply Co. . . .Front cover 

Pacific Typewriter Co 

Right corner cards and 2294 

Patrick & Co Business headings 

Paynes' Bolt Works 2026 

Peltier, John & Co 2257 

Pettitt, J George 2101 

Petzold. August 2071 

Pinkerton's National Detective Agcy 

Backbone and 2082 

Pioneer Steam Carpet Beating Ma- 
chines 2048 

Pond & Co 1993, 2044 

Price. Thomas & Son 2001 

Reed & Goodman 2242 

Renters' Loan and Trust Co 1554 

Richardson Bros 2i;60 

River Express Co 2110 

R I W Damp Resisting Paint Co... 

Left corner cards, 2070 and 2222 

Roggen, John J 1993 

Rosekrans, H & Co 1592 

Rowe. Charles V 1989, 1990 

Roval Insurance Co Top edge 

Russell Ralph A 2269 

Russian Wire Works 2304 

Sala, Joseph C 2202, 2279 

Salvation Army Ind. Home 1618 

San Francisco and San Joaquin 

Coal Co Right corner cards 

San Francisco Commercial Agency.. 2065 

San Francisco Laundry 2161 

San Francisco National Bank 

Right top lines and 3 

San Francisco Parcel Delivery Co.. 1622 

San Francisco Pattern Works 2224 

San Francisco Plating Works 2270 

San Francisco Stove Works 2248 

San Francisco Wood and Ivory Wks.2293 
Savings and Loan Society 

Right corner cards and 5 

Schaefer Adam 2221 



PAGE 

Schell, M P 2204 

Schley W C Dr 1642 

Schwarz, Jos Brewing Co 1661 

Shasta Water Front edge 

Shattuck, E J Co 11 

Simonds Saw Co 2262 

Simonds, S E Co 2191 

Smith. Frank E & Co 2098 

Smyth, W H Line back cover 

Sonntag, Lincoln 2223 

Spaulding. J & Co 2048 

Spreckels, J D & Bros Co 1424 

Springfield F and M Ins Co 

Left side lines 

Standard Bottling Co 

Left corner cards and 2021 

Standard Electrical Const Co 

Front cover 

Standard Milk Co 2196 

Starkweather, H K Co 2040 

Steiger Terra Cotta and Pottery 

Works Business headings 

Sternheim. S & Son 2074 

Sultan Turkish Baths 1783 

Telgmann & Torka 2264, 2280 

Tesla Coal Right corner cards 

Thiel Detective Service Co 

...Right and left side lines and 2083 
Thomas F Parisian Dye & Clean 

Wks Right bottom lines and 2094 

Thomas & Carlson 2224 

Title Insurance and Guaranty Co... 2264 

Truckee Lumber Co 2186 

Trumbull & Beebe 2265 

Tubbs Cordage Co 2310 

Twigg, John & Sons 2025 

Umbsen. G H & Co 2251 

Union Pulp and Paper Co 2310 

United States Fidelity and Guaranty 

Co Right side lines 

United States Laundry Front cover 

Vance Donald S 1991 

Van Emon Engineering Co 2102 

Vannatta Detective Agency 2084 

Walsh, V S 1993 

Wallace, Robert 188a 

Waltz Safe and Lock Co 2261 

Washington Life Ins Co 

Right top lines and 7 

Waterman, L E Co 2116 

Watt. Rolla V Top edge 

Webber & Aicher 2188 

Weidenthal-Gosliner Electric Works, 

Right top lines and 2096 

Wellington George J S 

Weiizelburger, A 1992 

West Publishing Co 2002 

Western Foundry 9 

Western Fuel Co Left top lines 

Western Process Engraving Co 2108 

Western Wire Works 2305 

Wheeler & Wilson Mfg Co... Back cover 

White Star Laundry Bottom edge 

Wieland Bros 2217 

Willkomm, A 

Left coiner cards, 2070 and 2222 

Wilson J C Backbone 

Wong Him 1963 

Wunder Brewing Co 2033 

Yamanashi, The 2155 

Zellerbach. A & Sons 13 



CROCKER-LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO 
DI RECTO RY 

1905 



MISGEILINEOUS INFOIIMITION 

CONCERNING 

Mnnicipal, State and Fideral Government, Banks, Churches, Societies, Etc. 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Public I 



CITT AND COUNTT GOVERNMENT 



Chief Deputy-Wllllam H. Kline 

CMhler-Wm. J. Blaltner. 
AUDITOR— H«rry B«elir. 

Chief Deputr-WlllUm WllltlnsoD. 
CiTT Attorn IT —Percy v. Long. 

Aislitaot — Ino. s. Partridge. 

AaaliUDt— William L Brobeck 

AMlstant— J. P. Coghlan. 

AlalBlant— Luther Elklni. 

AsaUtaDt—JuhD T. Nourae. 

Clerk— W. H. Smith, Jr. 
Cm Ensiksce— Thomaa P. Woodward. 

Chief Asslsunt— E. J. Moracr. 

CoiniI«»IOX«B»— ClTlL SCRTICX. 

John W. Rogers. Preatdcnt. 
Oeorge H. Babra. 
Charlra.!. Wllllama 

Chief Eiaralner and Secretary— Edward 
Clerk-Jaa. J. Maher. 
CoillliMioaiRa— Elictiox. 
Jamea A. Devoto. President. 



Thomas McOulre. 
R. W. Roberta. 
E. O. Lefllngwell 

Registrar of Voters — George P. Adams. 
CoHIIiaaiONIRS— FiRl DxpisTllliiT. 
J. J. Barrett President. 
J. 8. Parry. 
Thomaa F. Finn. 
H. M. Wreden. 
Secreury— John W. McCarthy. 

COMBISSIO.VIRS— IxSAXITY. 

0. D. McGetllgaa. M. I>. 

Charlea C. Wadsworth, M. D. 

Daniel D. Luatlg. M. D. 

Theo Rethers. M. D. 
CoMMissioxsRS— Park. 

A. B. Spreckel 

Reuben H. Lloyd 

Wni. J. DIngee. 

M. Earl Cummlngs. 

Vrilllam H. Melson. 

Secreury— Herbert L. Srbmltz. 

Superintendent— John McLaren. 
Commission RRS—PoLicR. 



Secreury — I. George Bnyoe. 



CoRONBR— Thomas B. W. Leland. M. V. 

Chief Deputy-P. J. McCormlck. 

Autopsy Surgeon— Louis D. Buclgalupl. M. D. 
County Clkek— John J. Grelf . 

Chief Deputy— Charles Morris. 
CotJNTY Rrcobdkr— Edmond Godchaui. 

Chief Deputy— Charles M. Stoltz. 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY— L. F. Bylngton. 

Assistant— B. Porter Ashe. 

Assistant— R. V. WhItlDg. 

Assistant— Robert Ferral. 

Assistant- James M. Hanley. 

Assistant— John J. Greely. 

Assistant— Charles L Weller. 

Assistant— Isidore Harris. 

Warrant and Bond Clerk- T. I. Fitzpatrlck. 

Chief Clerk— W. H. Bylngton. 
Fire Marshal— Charles Towe. 

Gas and Watkr Inspiotor — Otis M. Tupper. 
Health OrnoER-D. F. Ragan, M. D. 
Law Library. 

Librarian— James H. Deerlng. 

Assistants— John F. Tyler, Frank J. McGuIre and 
Robert C. Owens. 
PcBLio Administeatob- Michael J. Hynes, office. 
Parrott Bldg. 

Attorney— Culllnan & Bicker. Parrott Bldg, 

(Compensation— fees.) 
PoBLic Library. 

Trustees— Philip N. Llllenthal. Colin M. Boyd. 
Horace Davis, George T. Shaw. Airo L^Mann. 



Librarian— George T. Clark. 
Assistant Librarian- Joy LIchtensteln. 
Secretary— George A. .Mullln. 

t Secretary— Miss Martha T. Tyler. 

RARY— Northeast wing of City Hall. Kn 
. wing, Hyde and McAlllntor 

BRANCH Libraries— No. I— Mission. 28M Mission 

street. Mlis N. A. Casey, Librarian. 
No. 2— McCreery Branch, 16th street, near Market 

street. Miss M. Carson. Librarian. 
No. S— North Beach. 150s Powell street. Miss M. 

A. Schmidt. Librarian . 
No. 4— Richmond. »4 Fourth Avenue. Miss S. D. 

Morgan. Librarian. 
No. J— Phelan Branch. Fourth and Clara slroels, 

Mrs. B. F. Loveland. Librarian. 
No. 6— Fillmore. M3B Sacramento street. Miss M. L. 

Whitcher. Librarian. 
Newspaper Department, New City Hall. D. A. 

Nolan, Cnralor. Entrance from Park Avenue, 



trance N. E. 



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27 TENTH STBEET 

ISIO Polk Street, IM Valencia Street 

OAKLAND OrriCt— im4 aROADWAY 




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Miners and Shippers 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORT. 



-A— Ocean View, 



-9th Avenue. 

E-South S. F., ISOO Railroad av. 

F— Polk street, 1689 Polk street. 
Registrar of Voters— George P. Adams. 
Sheriff— Peter J. Curtis. 

Under Sheriff— William D. Hynes. 
StTPKBiNTKNDEST ALMS HocsK— Frank A. Schmltz. 

Resident Physician— W. E. Conlon, M. D. 

Matron- Mrs. Frank A. Schmltz. 

Clerk— J. A. Currle. 
Warden City and Countt Hospital — M. W. 

Fleming. 
Superintendent Common Schools— W. H. Lang- 
Deputy Superintendents- A. A. Macurda, Thomas 
L. Beaton, Daniel C. Deasy and W. B. Howard. 
Superintendent Department of Eleotbioitt— 

William R. Hewitt. 
TA.t Collector— J. Harry Scott. 

Chief Deputy— G. B. Benham. 
Treasurer— John E. McDougald. 

Chief Deputy— C. B. Perkins. 

BOARS OF SOFERVISORS. 

Mayor Eugene E. Schmltz, President, ex officio. 

George Alpers. Fred. N. Bent. 

.James P. Booth. Charles Boxton. 

Henry U. Brandensteln. Samuel Braunhart. 

A. Comte. Jr. John Connor. 

Oscar Hocks. A. A. D'Ancona. 

Frederick Eggers. Edward R. Rock. 

Theodore Lunstedt. George B. McClell 
Henry Payot. 



William W. Sanderson. 
L. Gallagher. L. A. Rea. 

Clerk— Charles W. Fay 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Alfred Roncovlerl, President, 
laron Altmann. Thomas F. Boyle 

L.F.Walsh. 
Secretary— Emmet P. Barrett. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBUC HEALTH. 



Health Officer— D. F. Ragan, M. D. 

City Physlclans-T. A. Rottanzl, M. D.; A 

Adler. 
Emergency Surgeon— J. I. Stephen. 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBUC WORKS. 



Frank A. Maestrettl, President. 
Thomas F. Egan. Edward Algeltlnger, 

Secretary— Louis Levy. 
City Engln 




-Thomas P. Woodward. 
City Architect— William D. Shea. 
Dep. Bureau of Streets— Andrew J. Donovan. 
Chief Bookkeeper— Leonard S. Leavy. 



xplres January, 1911. 



expires January, 1911. 
Clerk— John F. Ahearn. 
Department 3. Judge— James M. Troutt, term ex- 
pires January, 1911. 
Clerk— Wm. J. Kennedy. 
Department 4. Judge— James C.B.Hebbard; term 
expires January, 1909. 



January, 1909. 
Clerk— Ambrose A. Watson. 
Department 6. (Criminal ) —Judge — Frank 
Dunne; term expires January. 1909. 



Depabtmekt 7. Judge— Thomas F. Graham; term 
expires January. 1907. 
Clerk— Walter E. Trefts. 
Department 8. Judge— M. C. Sloss; term expires 

Clerk— Joseph Mann. 
Department 9. (Probate)— Judge— James V. Cof- 



Reglster Clerk— E. S. Hawley. 
Department 10. (Probate and Insolvency)— Judge 
Frank H. Kerrlgan.term expires January,1911. 
- ■ B. Kellly. 
Department 11. (Criminal)— Judge — William P. 
Lawlor; term expires January, 1907. ' 

Clerk— J. B. Martin. i 

Department 12. (Criminal)— Judge— Carroll Cook: 
termexplres January, 1909. 
Clerk- George Wells 



Seobetart Superior Judges- Thom 
Superior Coobt Commissioners. 

Flnlay Cook. Frank W. Lawler, 

George D. Perry. 



Mulvey. 



. L. Joachlmsen. 



Justice— J. R. Danlells. 
Justice- Thomas F. Dunn. 
Justice — leldor Golden. 
Justice— John J. Van Nostrand. 
Clerk— G. S. McComb. _ 

Deputy Clerks— C. J. McDonnell, Joseph Windrow 
and Jeremiah F. Collins. 

POLICE COURTS. 

Police Couet No. 1. Judge— Edmund P. Mogsn. 
Police Coubt No. 2. Judge— Charles T. Conlan 

(Presiding Judge). 
Police Court No. 8. Judge-Alfred J. Fritz. 
Police Court No. 4. Judge— George H. Cabanlss. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners- Thomas Reagan, John A. Drink- 
house. Dr. Joseph F. Pohelm. Alexander L. 

Secretary— J. George Boyne. 

Chief of Police— Jeremiah F.DInan. 

CLERK TO Chief of Police— F. H. Norman. 

Property Clerk- William E. Dlnan. 

Captains of Police— John Splllane, Joseph J. 

Burnett, Marcellus O. Anderson, John Mo " 

Thomas S. 



LlEDTENAl 



and John B. Martin (captain 
ves). 

JTS— William Price, Henry P. Gleason, 
Kelly. Henry H. Colby. Bernard Mc - 
Joseph J. Burnett, John C Ayers, 



POLICE STATIONS. 

Central Hall of Justice. 

Golden Gate Park 506 Stanyan. 

Harbor... N. E. cor. Drumm and Commercial streets. 

Mission 3057 Seventeenth. 

North End 1712 Washington. 

Ocean View 110 Plymouth Av. 

O'Farrell street 2117 O'Farrell. 

Potrero 609 Twentieth. 

Southern 4th and Clara streets. 

South San Francisco 1201 Railroad Av. 

City Hall City Hsll. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Commissioners- John J. Barrett, Thomas F. 
Finn, J. S. Parry, H. M. Wreden. 

Seceetaby— John W. McCarthy. 

Chief Engineeb— Dennis T. Sullivan. 

First Assistant Chief— John Dougherty. 

Second Assistant Chief— p. H. Shaughnessy. 

Battalion Chiefs— Michael J. Dolan, John Wills, 
Thomas M. Fernajdez.John J.jConlon. John Mo- 
Cluakey, Ed '^ 



F. McKlttrlck. William D. Waters, 
John R. Maxwell, M. O'Brien. 

Corporation Yard— John W. Rellly. Superin- 
tendent Engines; P. H. Fleming. Clerk and Commis- 
sary Department Stables; William Tobin, Acting 
Suprlntendent; W. F. Egan, Veterinary Surgeon. 

Chemical Engine Companies— See page 43i. 

Engine Companies— See page es.?. 

Monitor Batteries— See page 1327. 

Truck Companies— See page 1838. 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Ptr« iltrm Boxes. 



NOTICE TO KETIIOLDERS. 

Kfyt to be u«ed only In Cft«e of actual necessity. 

If this request Is not compiled with, the Key will 
be ulcen from the holder. 

Upon the discovery or positive Information of a fire 
near your Signal Box. pull down the hook once and 
let go; then wait a few moment 



light show 



hear 
I'at the 



Whistles, pull down 

III hear no alarm, go to the next 

give the alarm from that. If no 

box and direct the Are- 

locked before leaving It. 



ig of the handle will not gl 

Do ■•« Vlvr »m Alssi 

Chlsstssry. Give an alarm for 



Baraloc 

whatever, 

an actual Ore. Second and subsequent 

med In only by order of the Chief 



FIRE AIASH BOXES. 



I»— Front and Washington. 
IS— DavlB and Sacramento 
14— Clay and Drumm. 
15— East, opposite Clay. 
16— PaclOc and Mason. 
17— Montgomery Avenu 



! and PactSc. 
18— Sansome i 
19— Davis and Jackson. 
21— Kearny and Sacramento. 
SS-Clay and Taylor. 
14— Clay and Powell. 
35— Dupont and Jackson. 
l»-CIay and Battery. 
77— Montgomery and Clay. 



31— Sacramento 

33— Drumm and California. 

34— Pier 2. Mission No. 1. 

-Montgomery and Bush. 



43-Market and Oral 
4»— Ellis and Jones. 
4«— Kearny ■ 

1 and Sutter. 
51— Folsom and Main. 
53— Howard and Beale. 
5S-Thlrd and Townsend. 
54— Second and Howard. 
5«— Bryant and Rlncon Place. 
57— Brannan and Second. 
58— Folsom and Fremont. 
5>— Brannan and First. 
«l-Howard and Third. 
63— Mission and Fourth. 
63— Harrl8<jn and Fourth. 
64— Howard and Fifth. 
6S-Mlsalon and Sixth. 
67— Harrison and Second. 
6»— Brannan and Fourth. 
6»— Bryant and Third. 
71— Mission and Twelfth. 
73— Mission and Duboce Aven 
73— Howard and Seventh. 
74— Sixteenth and Guerrero. 
75-Jooes and McAllister. 
76-Market and Hayes. 
78-Howard and Ninth. 
7«— Folsom and Twelfth. 
81— Franklin and Hayas. 
83— Fulton and Gougb. 



85-Lagunal 



87-Hayes and Stelner. 

Its- Van Ness Avenue ai 

8»-Orove and Van Neas 

91— Larkin and Golden Gat« Avenue 

92- Franklin and Turk. 

93— Turk and Jones. 

94— Polk and Ellis. 



Gate Avenna. 



97-Polk and McAllister. 

98— Stockton and Ellis. 

99— Market and Marshall Square. 
112— Post and Grant Av. 
113— Geary and Stockton. 
114— Turk and Mason. 
115— Ellis and Mason. 
116— Post and Leavenworth 
117— Post and Taylor. 
118— Post and Powell. 
119-O'Farrell and Taylor. 
121— Vallejo and Jones. 
123-Larkln and Greenwich. 
133-Hyde and Union. 
134-Nonh Point and Larkin. 
125- Jones and Filbert. 
126— Hyde and Washington. 
127-Broadway and Larkin. 
128 — Clay and Leavenworth. 
129— Pacific and Leavenworth. 
131— Sacramento and Jones. 
lS2-Plne and Mason. 
133— Bush and Powell. 
134— Hyde and Pine. 
135— Polk and Sutter. 
136— Post and Van N'ess Avenue. 
137- Post and Larkin. 
138— California and Larkin. 
139-Elllsand Hyde. 
HI— Seventeenth and Valencia. 



146— Folsom and Sixteenth. 

147- Howard and Twentieth. 

148— Mission and Sixteenth. 

149— Folsom and Eighteenth. 

1.11— Seventh and Kerry. 

153— Brannan and Seventh. 

153— Harrison and Seventh. 

154-Bryant and Sixth. 

155— Third and Folsom. 

15»— Fourth and Berry. 

157— Folsom and Fourth. 

158— Folsom and Fifth. 

159— Folsom and Sixth. 

161— Polk and Jackson. 

162— Pacific Avenue and Franklin. 

163— California and Franklin. 

164— Polk and Sacramento. 

165— Lombard and Van Ness Avenue. 

166— Washington and Gougb. 

167— Polk and Union. 

168- Vallejo and Van Ness Avenue. 

169— Hyde and Chestnut. 

171 — Geary and Polk. 

173— McAllister and Buchanan. 

173— Eddy and Buchanan. 

174— Turk and Fillmore. 

175— Webster and Grove. 

176— Post and OcUvla. 

177— O'Farrell and Van Nesa Avenue. 

178 — Buchanan and Geary. 

179— Gough and Ellis. 

181— Fifth and Bluxome. 

182— Townsend and Sixth. 

183— Mission and Eighth. 

184— Folsom and Eighth. 

185— Harrison and Tenth. 

196-Flfth and Bryant. 

187— Bryant and Eighth. 

188— Brannan and Ninth. 

189— Hooper and Sixth. 

191-Mason and Green. 

192- Montgomery Avenue and Chestnut. 



I Leavenworth. 



193— Lombard i 

194— Chestnut ■ 

195— Montgomery Ave. and Oreenwicb. 

196— Stockton and Greenwich. 

197— Bay and Mason. 

198-Fllbert and Dupont. 

199— Montgomery Avenue and North Point. 

211-Post and Webster. 

212— Pine and Webster. 

213— Bush and Buchanan. 

214— Sutter and Pierce. 

215-WaBblngton and Webster. 

216-SacramcnU) and Fillmore. 

217— Pine and Devlsadero. 

218— Bush and Fillmore. 

219-Oreen and Fillmore. 

131-Howard and Twenty-fourth. 



232— Valcncli 
233-Fol».im and Twen 
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233— Putrero Avenue apd Twenty-secuntf 


3ti5-Fourteenth and Harrison. 




2:i6-Ml88lon and Tweiity-slith. 


366— Nineteenth and Diamond. 




237— Dolores and Twenty-second. 


367-Douglass and Seventeenth. 




2a'i— Potrero Avenue and Sixteenth. 


368-Market and Church. 




239— Bryant and Nineteenth. 


369-Elghteenth and Danvers. 




241-Bu8h and Gough. 


S71-Sutter and Mason. 




242-Oak and Pierce. 


S72— Geary and Jones. 




2W— Scott and Clay. 


S73-Buah and Taylor 




214-0'FarreIl and Broderick. 


374-Plne and Jones. 




2<5-Stelner and Geary. 


375— Eddy »nd Leavenworth. 




»46— Post and Devlsadero. 


376— McAllister and Hyde. 




247- Turk and Scott. 


377-0'Farrell and Leavenworth. 




248— Fulton and Devlsadero. 


378— O'Farrell and Larkln. 




249-McAlll8ter and Central Avenue. 


379-Geary and Hyde. 




2ol-Broadway and Octavla. 


381-Halght and Buchanan. 




252— Broadway and Stelner 


382-FIIlmore and Waller. 




253— Union and Laguna. 


383-Waner and Pierce. 




254-Plerce and Union. 


384-Webster and Oak. 




235-Vallejo and Buchanan. 


385— Haight and Scott. 




256-Flllmore and Jackson. 


386-Oak and Devlsadero. 




2'>7-Flllmore and Chestnut. 


387-Haye8 and Broderick. 




25S-Pacmc Avenue and Pierce. 


SS8-Halght and Baker. 




2"i9— Bay and Buchanan. 


389— South Broderick and Duboce Avenue. 




261— Mission and First. 


391-Ashbury and Frederick. 




SM-Folsom and Second 


392-Page and Central Avenue. 




263— Main and Bryant. 






264-Callfornla and Front. 


394-Page and Cole" 




263— Main and Mission. 


395-Halght and Stanyan. 




■266— Mission and Xew Montgomery. 


396— Stanyan and Parnassus Avenue. 




267-Market and Beale. 


397— Oak and Ashhury. 




268-Harrlson and First. 


398-Clayton and Waller. 






399-Frederlck and Cole. 




271— Church and Seventeenth. 


4U-North Wlllard and Golden Gate Avenue 




272-Sanchez and Sixteenth. 


412-Polnt Lobos and First Avenues. 




273-Noe and Eighteenth. 


413-Clement and Seventh Avenue. 




274— Guerrero and Twenty-fourth. 


414— Seventh Avenue and Lake. 




275— Church and Twenty-fourth. 


415-Clement and Twelfth Avenue. 




276— Eighteenth and Guerrero. 


416— Fulton and Stanyan. 




277-Ca8tro and Twentieth. 


417-Fulton and Sixth Avenue. 




278— Castro and Twenty-fourth. 


418-Polnt Lobos and Fifth Avenues. 




279— Mission and Nineteenth. 


419-Callfornla and Fourth Avenue. 




281— San Bruno Avenue and Army. 


421-Gough and Green. 




■;H2-Vlrglnla and Prospect Avenues. 


422— Octavla and Greenwich. 




2S3— Church and Twenty-eighth. 


423-Steiner and Greenwich. 




2S4- Mission and Twenty-ninth. 


424-nnlon and Devlsadero. 




2M3-Florlda and Twenty-flfth. 


425— Baker and Greenwich. 




286-York and Twenty-fourth. 


426-Baker and Jefferson. 




2S7— Sanchez and Twenty-ninth. 


427— Lombard and Devlsadero. 




288— California and Powell Avenues. 


428-Lombard and Buchanan. 




289— Folsom and Preclta Avenue. 


429— Filbert and Webster. 




291— California and Leavenworth. 


431— Cherry and Clay. 




292-Plne and Sansome. 


432-Washlngton and Walnut. 




293— .Jackson and Stockton. 


433-Callfornla and Maple. 




294— Dupont and California. 


434— Sacramento and Laurel. 




29.3-Powell and Broadway. 


435— Spruce and Clay. 




296-Kearny and Pine. 


436-Jackson and Maple. 




■297— o'Farrell and Powell. 


437— Jackson and Locust. 




293— Mission and Third. 


43.S-Paciac Avenue and Presidio Avenue. 




■)99-Flfth and Mission. 


439-Clay and Lyon. 




311— Broadway and Webster. 


45l-Ml88lon and Highland Avenue. 




312 — Jackson and Laguna. 


452-North and Cortland Avenues. 




314— California and Laguna. 


453-Sanchez and Twenty-sixth. 




315-Jackson and Baker. 


454-Mlsslon and Bosworth. 




316— Vallejo and Scott. 


455— Twenty-first and Guerrero. 




317 — Clay and Buchanan. 


456-Noe and Twenty-second. 




318— Jackson and Devlsadero. 


457-Church and Twentieth. 




319— Broderick and Broadway. 


458-Guerrero and Army. 




321-Pierce and California. 


459-Randall and Chenery. 




32-J-Pine and Baker. 


461— Bryant and Twenty-flrst. 




32:!- Sutter and Presidio Avenue. 


462-Twenty-thlrd and Vermont. 




324— Sacramento and Broderick. 


46.3— Alabama and Montcalm. 






464— Twentieth and Harrison. 




326— Post and Baker. 


465-Tweniy-thlrd and Florida. 




327— Point Lobos Avenue and Parker Avenue 


46fi-Twenty-flfth and Kansas. 




328— Point Lobos Avenue and Wood. 


467— Seventeenth and Bryant; 






468— Armv and York. 




341 — Ellis and Plerce- 


469-Thlrtleth and Dolores. 




342-Golden Gate Avenue and Octavla. 


471-Parnas8us and Second Avenues. 




343— Fulton and Fillmore. 


472-Wlllard and Belmont Avenue. 




344— McAllister and Pierce. 


473-Frcderlck and Wlllard. 




345— Hayes and Central Avenue. 


474— Alms House. 




34ft-Broderlck and Golden Gate Avenue. 


475— Eighth Avenue and I. 




347— Eddy and Devisadero- 


476-K and Ninth Avenue. 




348- Baker and Fulton. 


477-Twelfth Avenue and J. 




34»-FeIl and Clayton 


478— H and Eighteenth Avenue. 




331 — Montgomery and Broadway. 


479-Tenth Avenue and M. 




3.52 — Bay and Kearny. 


481-Polnt Lobos and Ninth Avenues. 






482— California and Tenth Avenue. 




354 — Broadway and Battery. 


483-Thlrteenth Avenue and Lake. 




135— Battery and Union. 
3.36— Sansome and Greenwich. 


484-Callfornla and Twenty-flrst Avenue- 




483— Point Lobos and Twenty-second Avenues 






486— Point Lobos and Thirty-second Avenues. 




358— East opposite Pacific. 


487-Second Avenue and B. 




3,39-ValleJo and Sansome. 


488-Cllff and Merry Way. 




361— Guerrero and Duboce Avenue. 


489-Forty-nlnth Avenue and B. 




3«2— Noe and Fourteenth. 


491-rifteenth and Castro. 




363-Fourteenth and Valencia. 


492-Ca8tro and Seventeenth. 




364-Howard and Fourteenth. 


493— Seventeenth and Uranus. 


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494— T»rentyOr«C and Dniigla»». 
4M— Twi-ntytblrd •nil Sancbez. 
4««-Twflit)-thlr<l and HoBnian Ave 
497— Twenty Bflh and Diamond. 
498— Castro and TwcntysUth. 
Sll— Kansas and Alameda. 
512— Kentueky and Fourth. 
513— Kentucky and Eighteenth. 
514- Twentieth and Michigan 
515— t^lxteenlh and Kentucky. 
516— Georgia and Twenty-aecoud. 
517— Kentucky and Twenty-second. 
51»— Twenllctb and Connecticut. 
519— Eighteenth and Mississippi. 
521— Seventeenth and Carolina. 
S2i— Vermont and KIneteentb. 
52S— Iowa and Twenlr-llfth. 
.VJ4— Army and MIsaourl. 
525— Utah and Mariposa. 
52t>— MlMslsslppI and Sixteenth. 



589— Twentieth andj-otr 
531— Kentucky i 
582— Sixth Av 



venue South. 



and Fourteenth Avenue 



First Avenue South. 
! South and M. 
S33-Rallroad Avenue and Fifth 
534- Sixth Avenue South and Q. 
535-Kallraad ' " 

53S— Kallroad Avenue and Tcntb Avenue South 

537- Fifteenth Avenue South and Q. 

53S— Twelfth Avenue South and P. 

539— Railroad Avenue and Eighteenth Avenue 

541— San Brtino Avenue and Fifteenth Avenue 



544— Crescent and . 

545— Kallroad Avenue and Thirty-second Av 

South. 
54«— San Bruno and Silver Avenues. 
547— Man Bruno and Paul Avenues. 
54t(— Berlin and " 
549- Sau Bruno 
9<1— Mission 



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5«5— Persia Avenue and Vienna. 
5M— Mission and Sickles Avenue. 
5«7— Mission and Vaglee Avenue. 
5«»— Mission and Niagara Avenue. 
571— Chenery and Castro. 
57»-Sunnyslde and Baden. 



1 North Point. 



Hllfornla. 



637— Mseon and v\HShlnglon. 

638— East, opp. Mason. 

(iS»— Union and Taylor. 

HI— Taylor and Broadway. 

l>12— Jones and Jackaon. 

84.3— Bush and Leavenworth. 

S44— I.eav nworth and Uolden Gate Ave 

W5-Turk and Hyde. 



575- Lol)OS and ( 

S7»— Lobos and I 

577— Ocean and Faxon Avenues. 

578— Plymouth ." 

579— Ocean Avenue and < 

581— Geary and Franklin 



! and Sagamore 



648— Clay and Larklii 
649— Bush and Larkln. 
651-Eddy and Larkln. 
6.')2— Fulton and Larkln. 
B5S— Turk and Polk. 
654-Plne and Polk. 
6.15— Eddy and Van Ness Aveni 
65«-Bush and Van Ness Aveni 
657— Clay and Van Ness Avcnu 
6.'i8-Bay and Van Ness Avenu( 
659— Filbert and Franklin. 
671— Pier 6, Howard No. 1. 
678— Flrat and Howard. 
674— Second and Bryant. 
675— Second and Townsend. 
676— Third and Berry. 
677— Third and Braunan. 
678— Third and Harrison. 
679— Fourth and Howard. 
681-Fourtb and Bryant. 
682— Fi>urth BDd Townsend. 
683— Fifth and Berry. 
684— Fifth and Harrison. 



687— Sixth and Braunan. 
688- Sixth and Berry. 
689— Seventh and Townsend. . 
B91— Seventh and Bryant. 
692— Seventh and Folsom. 
69a-S<-ventb and Mission. 

695-Tenth and Folsom. 

696- Tenth and Mission. 

697-FeHand Polk. 

698— Eleventh and Howard. 

699— Eleventh and Harrison. 

711— Fulton and First Avenue. 

712— Jordan Avenue and Richmond Av 

713— Flr't Avenue and Lake. 

714— Third Avenue and Clement. 



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1 and O'Farrell. 



5g»-FI linores 



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584— F.lllsand Webster 

S85— Webster and Golden Gate Avenu 

SK-Grove and Octavla. 

587— Fell and Buchanan. 

588— Oak and Lyon. 

589- Haves and Sbrader. 

I Duboce Avenue. 

>uboce Avenue. 
Devlsadcro. 

595— Maaiinle Avenue and Piedmont. 
596— sixteenth and Asbbury. 
597- Clayton and Parnassus Avenue. 
598-8»venieenlh and Stanyan. 
6I1-P|pr», Washington. 
• 12-Pler II. Broadway So. 2. 
IMer 13. Vallejo. 

I'ler25! Greenwich. 



721-Fourth Avenue and H. 
722— Fifth Avenue and J. 
728— Eleventh Avenue and 1 
726— Forty-seventh Avenue 
7iri— Forty-ninth Avenue an 



FIKE PATROL. 

Established May, 1875. John F.O. Comstock Super- 
intendent. OIHce: 18 14 Natoma Street. 

Statiox No. 1—12-14 Natoma Street. Peter 
Thaten. Lieutenant. 

Station No. 2— 65 City Hall Avenue. John Sulli- 
van, Lieutenant. 

' Btatioh No. S— 1915 Hush Street. Frank James, 
Lieutenant 

Station No. 4-8251 Twentieth Street. Christo- 
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Vice-President; Calvert Meade, Secretary 

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ART SOCIETIES. 

Art Association, Thk San Francisco (Mark 
Hopkins Institute of Art).— Corner of California and 
Mason streets. Organized March, 18il. Objects— 
The promotion and encouragement of painting, sculp- 
ture and the allied fine arts In the community, and 
the maintenance of a school In connection therewith. 
Incorporated July, 1889. Affiliated with the Dnl- 
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or any of them. Including the maintenance of gal- 
leries and reading rooms, and other suitable means 
of such Instruction and Illustration, under the title 
of The Mark Hopkins Institule of Art. A collection 
of pictures and other works of art are on permanent 
exhibition, while special exhibitions are held at fre- 






p. M., a fee of twenty- 
charged all except members. Sped 
which the public Is admitted "' 
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free day, 
charge, first 
President, Willis E. Davis; 
First Vice President, Louis Sloss; Second Vice- 
President, L. P. Latimer; Secretary, Henry Hey- 
man; Treasurer, Horace L. Hill; Directors, Chauncey 
B. Wlnslow, Warren D. Clark, James D. Phelan, 
Horace Q. Piatt, George W. Turner and Newton J. 
Tharp; director of the Institute, Robert H. Fletcher; 
Assistant Secretary. John Ross Martin. 

The California School of Design, maintained 
by the Association, teaches drawing, painting and 
modeling In all their branches, decorative and con- 
structive designing and wood carving. 



BANES. 

SAN FBANCrSCO CLEARING HOUSE. 

King. President; S. G. Murphy^ Vlce- 



Stelnhart, Manager Anglo-Callfornlan Bank, Ltd.; 
S. G. Murphy, President First National Bank of San 
Francisco; A. Kalns, Manager Canadian Bank of 
Commerce, Secretsry; James K. Wilson, President 
San Francisco National Bank; A. Kalns, Secretary 
Clearing House Committee. 

American National Bank of San Francisco. 
Organliied September 17. 1902; Merchants' Exchange 
building; P. E. Bowles, President; Francis Cutting, 
Vice President, James J. Fagan. Vice-President; 
George N. O'Brien, Cashier. Capital stock, «1,000,000. 
Surplus and undivided profits, $300,000. Directors- 
George A. Batihelder, P. E.Bowles, W. H. Chlcker- 
ing, Harvey C. Somers, Francis Cutting, James J, 
Fagan, George P. McNear, ' " ""-' ■" 



Monteagle, 
Talbot 

Anglo-Californian Bank, Limited (San Fran- 
cisco branch). Incorporated April 5. 1873; northeast 
corner Sansome and Pine streets; I. Stelnhart and 
P. N. Llllenthal, Managers; Joseph Frledlander, 
Cashier. Capital stock authorized, £1,200,000; amount 
subscribed, £600,000; amount paid In coin, £300,000; 
total number of shares of stock Issued, 29,970, £20 
ordinary; amount paid on each share of stock, £10: 
reserve and surplus. £HO,noo. London Directors— 
E. H. Cunard. Hon. C. F. Ritchie. Hon. Henry Fow- 
ler, Isaac Sellgman, and J.Simon. 

Bank of British North America. Incorporated 
by royal charter, 1840; 120 ~ .--.,. 

J. McMlchael, agent; A. S 
Capital stock, «4,i 



acting agent. 



i.-MX); 
1.9-lfi.600; 






1 coin, 14,8(56,500; reserve. 



Bank of California. See The Bank of Call- 

Bank of 1t»ly. Incorporated August 10. 1904; 
northwest corner Montgomery avenue and Washing- 
ton street; A. P. Glannlnl, Vice-President; George 
O. Cagllerl. Cashier. Capital Stock, »300,000; amount 
paid In, $150,000. 

Bank or San Francisco (In liquidation) 331 Pine. 

Bankers Loan »nd Trust Co., 708 Marketslreet; 
R. H. Warfleld. President; W. S. Miller. Vice Presi- 
dent; Ray Knight, Secretary. 



California Safe Deposit and Trust Cok- 
PANT. Organized April 24, 1882; corner Callfornl* 
and Montgomery streets; R. D. Fry, President; J. 
Dalzell Brown, Vice-President and Manager; James 
Conning, Secretary, John D Robertson, Assistant 
Secretary. Capital stock, $1,000,000; amount sub- 
scribed, $1,000,000; amount paid in coin, $1,000,000; 
total number of shares of stock Issued, 10,000; amount 
paid on each share of stock, $100. Directors— R. D. 
Fry, A. D. Sharon, James Treadwell, Walter J, Bart- 
nett, James H. Swift, J. Dalzell Brown, W. C. Pey- 
ton, E. N. Harmon, W. F. Barton. 

California Savings and Loan Society (In 
liquidation), David Farquharson, President; Charles 
D. Farquharson, Secretary, 22S Mills building, 2d floor. 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, The (San Fran- 
cisco Branch). Southeast corner California and 
ets; A. Kalns, Manager, G. W. B. Heath- 
Assistant Manager. Capital, $8,700,000; reserve. 



Central Trust Company of California. Incor- 
porated January 29, 1903; 42 Montgomery street; 
Frank J. Symmes. President; O. A. Hale, Charles 
Nelson. E. W.Runyon, Vice-Presidents; Henry Brua- 
ner. Cashier. Paid up capital and surplus, $1,725,000. 
Citizens State Bank, 518 Montgomery street. 
B. E. Ragland, Cashier. 

City and County Bank. Incorporated April 23, 
1902; southeast cor. Sixth and Stevenson streets; A. J. 
Lowenberg, President; L. V. Merle. Vice-President; 
A. Tonn, Cashier. Directors— Matthew Nunan, J. 
L. Llllenthal, C. A. Malm, L. Auerbach, A. J. Low- 
enberg, L. V. Merle. A. Tonn. 

COLUMHiAN Banking Company. Incorporated 
March 10, 1893: Claus Spreckels Building, corner 
of Market and Third streets; Jas. H. Swift, 
President; Allen Griffiths, Vice-President: M. 
J. Hynes, Cashier; R. S. Heaton, Assistant Cashier; 
T.Otway Sadleir, Secretary. Capital stock,$l,000,000; 
amount subscribed, $300,000; amount paid In coin, 
$180,000; surplus and profits, $36,500; amount paid on 
each share of stock, $80. Directors— Jas. H- Swift, 
Allen Grifflths. T. Otway Sadleir, M. J. Hynes, W. 
J. Bartnett, F. L. Turpln, Thos. E. Haven. 

Columbus Savings and Loan Society. Incorpo- 
rated January 18, 1893; 614 Washington street; Cap- 
ital stock $300,000; paid up, $130,000; reserve fund, 
$80,000: I.W. Hellman. Jr , President: G. Baclgalupl, 
Vice-President; F, N.Belgrano, Cashier. Directors- 
G. Baclgalupl, Antonio Chlchlzola, Dr. C. BarsottI, 
I. W. Hellman, Jr.. V. Garibaldi. G. Cuneo. Carlo 
Soracco, G. Calegarls. F. N. Belgrano. 

Commercial Bank and Trust Company. See 
The United Stntes National Bank. 

Crocker-Woolworth National Bank or Sah 
Feancibco. Organized August 31. 1886 ; Junction 
Montgomery, Post and Market streets: William H. 
Crocker. President; C. E. Green, Vice-President; 
G. W. Kline, Vice-President; James F. Fagan, Vice- 
President; W. Gregg, Jr., Cashier; C. F. Baker, 
Assistant Cashier. Capital stock, $1,000,000, pald in 
coin; surplus fund, and undivided profits, $1,350,000. 
Directors — William H. Crocker, George Crocker, 
C. E. Green, E. B. Pond. G. W. Kline. G. W. Scott, 
H. T. Scott. J. H. Hyde, A. F. Morrison. 

DONOHOE Kelly Banking Company. Incorpo- 
rated March 1, 1891; northeast cor. Montgomery 
and Sutter streets: Joseph A. Donohoe, President: 
John Bermlngham. Vice-President; Edward Donohoe, 
Cashier and Secretary: J. E. Fltzpatrlck, Asst. 
Cashier. Authorized capital stock, $1,000,000; 
amount subscribed. $650,000; amount paid In coin, 
$650,000; total number of shares of stock Issued, 
6,500; amount paid on each share of stock. $100. 
Directors-Joseph D. Grant, J. A. Donohoe, Eugene 
Kelly, John Bermlngham, George Whlttell, R. H. 
Pease, Edward Donohoe, C. de Gulgne, E. L. Eyre, 
Foster P. Cole 

First National Bank of San Francisco, Cal. 
See The First National Bank of San Francisco, Cal. 

French American Bank. Incorporated January 
6, 1903; 315 Montgomery street; Charles Carpy, 
President: Arthur Legallet, Vice-President; Leon 
Bocqueraz, Secretary; John Glnty, Cashier: M. 
Glrard, Assistant Cashier; Capital, $1,000,000 paid In. 
Directors— Dr. J. B. Artlguez. O. Bozio, Leon Boc- 
queraz, J A. Bergerot, Chas Carpy, J. B. Clot. J. M. 
Dupas, J. S. Godeau, J. J. Mack. Leon KaulTman, 
A. Legallet. A. Roos. 

French Savings Bank. Reincorporated March 
10, 18i9; 315 Montgomery street: Charles Carpy, 
President; Leon Bocqueraz, Secretary; John Glnty, 
Assistant Secretary. Capital stock, $61X1,000; amount 



The International Mercantile & Trust Co. 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



coin. »600.000; 
total nnmbir or •hares of stock iMucd. 6,000; amount 
paid on each share of stock, tlOO. Directors— Leon 
KanRman. A. Legalist, J. J. Mack, Dr. J. K. Artlgues, 
O. Bollo. Leon Bocquerai, J. A. Benterut, C.Carpy. 
J. B. Clot. J. M Dopas, J. 8. Oodeatt, A. Roos. 

Obkxan Satikos iKD Loan Sociitt. Incorpo- 
rated February 10, 1868; 5*! California street; John 
Lloyd, President; Daniel Meyer, Vice-President; H, 
Borstmann, Second Vice-President: A. H. R. 
Schmidt, Cashier; William Herrmann, Assistant 
Cashier ; George Touray, Secrcury; A. H. Muller, 
Assistant Secretary; Capital stock. •1,200,000; on 
amount subscribed, 11,300,000; amount paid In coin. 

l.ioO;' amount paid on each share of stock, MSS-Ss! 
Directors— H. Horstmann, Ign. Stclnhart. Daniel 
Meyer, John Lloyd, Emil Kohte, H, B. Rubs. N. 
Ohlandl, I. S.Walter, J. W. Van Bergen 

OiBMAMiA Xatiowal Bani. 91-97 New Mont- 
gomery street; Capital, •300,000. OIBcers- W. A. 
Frederick, President; F. Kronenherg. Jr., Cashier; 
B. F. Crist, Asslsunt Cashier. Board of Directors- 
John G Rapp, W.X. Frederick. Frrd Woerner. Fred 
A. Kuhls, W. M. Wlllelt. Joseph Schwelticr, F. 
Kronenberg, F. C. Slebe, Henry Brunner. Philip 
Zimmermann, O. A. Hale, E. Luenberger, Adolph 
Meyer, H. Fred Snhr. 

OOLDIX STATk Bakk. 1518 Polk. George H. 
Sbafer, President; Charles H. Pool, Cssbler; H.F. 
Haniell, Assistant Cashier: Capital paid In alOO.OOO. 

GsAHoiss' BAXKorCALiroKNiA (In liquidation). 
Safe Deposit Bldg.. room «2S. J. Daliell Brown, 
Trustees. 

In- 
corporated April ii I'm; reincorporated August SO, 
18M; comer Market. McAllister and Jones streets; 
James R. Kelly, President; Robert J. Tobln. Secre- 
ury. Directors— Robert J. Tobln, James R, Kelly, 
Charles Mayo. Richard M. Tobln. Joseph S. Tobln, 
Patrick Crowley, Edward J. Tobln. Clement P. 
Tobln. 

HOSeKOVO AND Sdaxohai Baxkiko Cobpora- 
Tios. (Agency.) Capital paid up. •10,000.000; reserve 
funds. •I>.800,000; reserve liability of shareholders, 
•10,000,000. San Francisco Agency, 401 Montgomery 
street. W. H. Harries, Agent. 

HcaBoi.l>T Satisos Basb. Incorporated Novem- 
ber 24, 1889; 62B Market street; G. H. Luchslnger. 
President; W E. Palmer. Cashier. Capital stock, 
•800.000; amount subscribed. •.TOaoOO; amount paid In 
coin. M0O.0OO; toul numberof shares of stock Issued, 
aou; amount paid on each share of stock, t^OOO. 
DIrectora— O. H. Luchslnger, G. F. Wendllng, W. S. 
Keyes. I. Kohn, W. A. Frederick, Rudolph Herold, 
George L. Payne, 

IHTBBVATIOXAL BaSBIXO COBPOBATIOW. 82-34 

Sansome street; Thomas H. Hubbard, President; 
James 8, Fearon, Vice-President; Wm. B. Wight- 
man, Assistant to President; John H. Lee, General 
Manager. Capital, •3,917,200. Surplus. •947,200. 

ITALIAX-AMBBICAH Baxk. Incorporated March 16, 
1899; 8 W. corner Montgomery and Sacramento 
streeu; A. Sbarboro. President: Henry J. Crocker. 
Vice-President: A. K. Sbarboro, Cashier. R. A 
Sbarboro. Assistant Cashier. Capital subscribed, 
•1.000.000. Paid up, •75O.00O. Directors— A. Sbarboro, 
Henry J. Crocker. P. C. Rosal. Dr. P. DeVecchl. A.J. 
Merle, M. J. FonUna. Cbaa. A. Malm. G. Garibaldi, 
Lulgl Boluno, 

Japaxbsb-Ahbbicax Baxk. See Nlchl Bel 
OInko. 

Loxi>oK, Pabis, axd Ambbicax Baxk (Limited) 
Incorporated January 9, 18S4: northeast comer San- 
acme and Sutter atreeu: SIgmund Greenebaum, 
Manager: Harry T. B. Green. Sub-Manager: R. 
Allschul. Cashier. Capital stock. •2.M1O.00O ; 
. ij^ p^jj lij coin. 

,100,000; toMI number of shares 
of st*ick Issued, K,000; amount paid on each share 
of sKJCk, tm. Directors -Aleianrtre Weill, D. 
Cahn, Max RMCDbaln. John H. Gwytber, P. W. 
Robertson. 

Mabkbt STBBrr Baxk. See The Market Street 
Bsnk. 

Mbcdaxics Savixos Baxk. Incorporated Janu- 
ary Jl. 190». southwest comer Bush and Montgomery 
atreets. James O'B Ounn. President; George D. 
Gray and George F Lyon. VIcePrealdenU: John U. 
Calkins, Secretary and Cashier; Capital paid In 
coin, •90,000. Directors: Jas, O'B. Ounn, Geo. D. 
Gray. Geo. F. Lyin, F. W. Dohrmann. Jr., Marshall 

Hal^. Frank M.Oi . - ~ 

Mltrhi-11. Charles 



Zelle, President; N. D Hideout. Henry T. Scott, Vice- 
Presidents; John Dempster McKee. Cashier and 
Secretary. Capital stock, al.OOO.OOO. Directors— F. 
W. Zelle, Claus Spreckels, E. S. Plllsbury, N. D. 
RIdeout. D O. Mills, E. W. Hopkins, Wm.G. Irwin. 
M. H. Hecht. Warren D. Clark, Wm, Babcock and 
C. E. Green, WakeHeld Baker, W. F. Detert. F. G. 
Drum, Henry T. Scott. 

MBRCBAXT8 EXCBAXGB BaXK OF SAX FBAKCISCO. 

(In liquidation) 3M Sansome. 
MissioxBank. See The Mission Bank. 
MUTOAL Satikss Bank op San Fbanoisoo. In- 
corporated November 21. 1889; 710 Market street; 
opposite Third street: James D. Phelan. President; 
Geo. A. Story, Cashier; C. B. Hobson, 
Cashier. Capital stock, ^1,000,000; 
subscribed, •1,000,000; amount paid In 



sned, 10,000; amount paid 
•30. Directors " 



each share of stock. 



Kline. Geo. M 



Phelan, James Moffltt, 
M. McDonald. S. G. Murphy, 
F. J. Sullivan. Rudolph Spreckels, Robert McElroy, 
Charles Holhrook. 

Nbvaha National Bank. See Wells Fargo 
Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. 

NiCHi Bbi Ginko (Japanese-American Bank) 
524 Gesry street. T. Nakamura. Manager: H. Senow, 
Cashier. 

Pacipio Bank (In liquidation). 447 Parrott Bldg.; 
D. O. Dexter. President: R. P. Clement. Secretary. 
Directors— D. G. Dexter. T. J. Stanton, Geo. Chllds, 
T. H. Hatch, J. H. Barnard, C. F. Lott, J. L. Coggs- 
well. R. P. Clement. 

Pboplb'8 Homb Savings Bank (In liquidation). 
626 Market: I. J. Trnman. President: George 
Stone, Vice-President; W. E Palmer, Secretary and 

Russo-Chinbsk Bank. (Organized 1895.) Paid up 
Capital, reserves and participation Chinese Iroperlsl 
Government, •12,298,106 Head office, St. Petersburg. 
A. Grocner, Manager: I. P. Allen, Accountant; 
Irving Lundborg, Cashier. 

San FBAxrisfo National Baxk. See The San 
Francisco National Bank. 

Sax Francisco Savings Uxiox. Incorporated 
June 18. 1862; 532 California street: E. B. Pond, 
President; W. C. B. dc Fremcry, Vice-President; 
Robert Watt, Second Vice President: Lovell White, 
Cashier; R, M. Welch, Asst. Cashier. Capital 
stock. •l.OOO.OOO, paid up; Directors— Henry F. 
Allen, WakeOeld Baker, Robert Watt, W. C. B. de 
Fremery, Fred H Beaver. William A. Magee, Jacob 
Barth, E. B. Pond. CO. G. Miller. 

Savings and Loan Socibty. Incorporated July 
23,1857; 101 Montgomery street; Arthur A, Smith. 
President; Horace Davis, Vice-President; Cyrus 
W. Carmany, Cashier and Secretary; E. Bonnell, 
Asst. Cashier; James F. McGauley. Andltor^^(jBp- 
Ital stock, •1,000,000; amount subscribed, •1,000,000; 
amount paid In coin, •7.50,000; Reserve fund, ^175,000: 
total number of shares of stock Issued, 10,000; 
amount paid on each share of stock, »75. Directors 
-Horace Davis, Arthur A. Smith, A. N. Drown. 
Charles R. Bishop, Geo, E. Goodman, E. C. Burr. 
W. E. Davis, W. B. Dunning. Vanderlynn Stow, 

ner Bush and Montgomery streets; Charles Nelson. 
President: Lewis I. Cowglll, Vice President and 
Secretary; L. M. MacDonald. Asst. Secretary. Ul- 
rectors-Charles Nelson. George H. Tyson, Lewis 

1, Cowglll, J. C. Eschen, Martin Sanders, W. H. Little, 
Henry Wilson. 

SRABOABD Bank. 21 36 Market street. C. M. 
Ooodall. President: Robert J. Tyson. Vice-Presi- 
dent: W. A. Houts. Cashier; Directors: C. M, 
Goodall, Robert J, Tyson, Wm, Matson. P. E. Bowles, 
H.J. Knowles. A S. Camian. 

SBonBiTT Satinos Baxk. Incorporated March 

2, 1871: Sl« Montgomery street: William Babcock, 
President: S. L, Abbot, Vice-President: Fred. W 
Ray, Secrcury. Authorized Capital stock. •1,000,- 
000; amount subscribed, •500,000: amount paid In 
coin, (SOO.OOO: toul number of shares of stock Is- 
sued, 2.000; amount paid on each share of stock. 
•450. Directors— James I.. Flood, William Babcock, 
Joseph D. Grant, L. F. Monteagle, R. H. Pease, E. J. 
McCutchen. S. L. Abbot, Warren D. Clark. O. D. 
Baldwin. 

Staxiiard Baxk. 708 Market street. J. E. Morrl». 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN & CO 



54-56 First St. 



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318 CALIFORNIA STREET P0nl3nQ uCinClll 



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B. G. Tognazzlnl. Mat 
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Gehret, P. Tognazzlnl, S.Grandl, G.Granuccl.O. Bozlo. 

Thk Bank of California. Incorporated June, 

1864 ;DorthweBt comer California and Sansomestreets ; 

Homer S. King, President; F. B. Anderson, Vlce- 

;8ldent; I. F. Moulton. Cashier. Capital stock. 



ubscrlbed, $3,000,000; 
«3,000,000; total number of shares 1 
30.000; amount paid on each share < 
tors— Homer S. King, J. M. Alle 



r. B. Anderson, William Babcock, Antolne Borel, 
Charles R, Bishop, W. D. Clark. 6. E. Goodman, 
Edward W. Hopkins, J. F. Merrill, Jacob Stern. 

Thk First National Bask of San Fkancisco. 
Cal. Organized October, 1870: corner Bush and 
Sansome streets; S. G. Murphy, President; J. K. 
Moffett. Cashier. Capital stock. $1,500,000; surplus 
and undivided profits, »1,500,000. Directors— 8. G. 
.Murphy, James Moffltt, George C. Perkins, James 
D. Phelan. Thomas Jennings, J. W. Van Bergen, J. 
Downey Harvey, John A. Hooper, Rudolph Spreckels. 

The Market Striet Bank. Incorporated Nov. 
W, 1891. 1143 Market Street. Capital, S50.000, paid up. 
Surplus, *8,400. A. F. Martel. President; E. C. 
Dudley, Vice-President; W. B. Nash. Cashier. Dlrec- 
tors-A. F. Martel. E. C. Dudley. W. B. .Nash. W. S. 
Dpham, Oliver Ellsworth, C. Martel. 

The Mission Bank. Incorporated February 7, 1903. 
Sixteenth street and Julian ave. James Rolph. Jr., 
President; Stuart F. Smith, Cashier. Capital. «200.000. 
Directors-James Rolph. Jr . F B.Anderson, E. W 
Hopkins, William Babcock, W. H. Crlm, G. L. Cen- 



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Pine streets; James K. Wllsoi 
Pierce Johnson. Vice-President; C 
Vice-President; F. W. Wolfe, Cashli 
Assistant Cashier Capital paid 
" undivided profl 



l Bank. Organized 
>rner Sansome and 
President; Wm. 



«50O.0OO. 

•le.l.OOO. Directors- 

J. Dutton, Geo. A. Pope. 

hall, W. H. Talbot, H.D. 



Wm. Pierce Johi 
C. S. Benedict, G( 
Morton, C. K Mcintosh, Jas. K. Wilson. 

The I'nited States National Bank. 805 Market 
street; Byron Mauzy, President; Theo. Kelchert, 
Vice-President; R. B. Murdock.Cashlerand Manager; 
N. B. Phillips, Assistant Cashier. Directors— Bvron 
Mauzy. John F. Schroth. Theo. Relchert. F. C. 
lasmel, A. B. Murdock. Wm. F. Burbank. C. A. 
Hawkins, W. L. Growall. W. A. Merralls. 

Union Trist Company of San Francisco. In- 
corporated February 6, 1893; junction Montgomery, 
Post and Market streets; Isalas W. Hellman. Presi- 
dent; Robert Watt. Vice-President; I. W. Hell- 
man. Jr., Vice President and Manager; Charles J. 
Deering, Cashier and Secretary; " " 
Second Asst. Cashier and Asst.Secreti 
Asst. Secretary and Asst. Cashier. 

In' co'ln, '«1,I63,200; total number of 

Issued. 1,446 ; amount paid on each sba 

Directors— Isalas W. Hellman, Henry F. Allen, 

Antolne Borel, Chr. de Gulgn«, Wm. L. Gerstle, I. 

W. Hellman, Jr., J. L. Flood. Timothy Hopkins. Geo. 

T. Marye, Jr., John D. Spreckels. Robert Watt, 

George A. Pope. H. E. Huntington, and Jacob Stern. 

United Bank and Trust Co.. as6 Bush street. 

United States National Bank. See The United 
States National Bank. 

Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank of San 
Francisco. Northeast corner Market and Sansome 
streets. Isalas W. Heltman, President; John F. 
Blgelow. Vice-President; I. W. Hellma 



Van Lu 



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President; 



Cashier; Geo. Grant, 
King, W. "McGavIn and John E. Miles, 
Assistant Cashiers. Capital Stock. «6,00O.U0O: 
Amount Subscribed, S6.000.OCO; Amount paid In 
Coin. sti.OOO.OOO; Total number of shares of stock 
Issued. 60.000: Surplus. «3 500.000. Directors: Henry 
F. Allen. John F. Blgelow, C. DcGuIgne, Dudley 
Evans, Jame.sL.FIo.d. William Haas, E. H. Harrl- 
inan. Isalas W. Hellman, I. W. Hellman, Jr., W. F. 
Herrln. Herbert E. Law, Clarence H. Mackay, Leon 
Sloss. F. W. Van Skklen, Robert Watt. 



Capital 1 



paid. 



DIr. 



L. D. Owens, Chas. E. Hanson, C. S. Benedict, 
W. A. Schrock. W. S. Miller. Wm. C. Murdock, B, C. 
Browa. James Irvine. 

Yokohama Specie Bank The (Ltd.). 514 Mont- 
gomery. Taro HodsumI, Manager. 



BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONS. 

Cambrian Mutual Aid Society. Meets first 
Monday of each month at Scandla Hall, 161 City Hall 
avenue. Thomas Price, President; John Edwards, 
Secretary. 

Exempt Fire Company. Meetings held on the 



Meets at S. W. cor. Stockton and Union streets on 
the first Saturday evening of each month. 

French Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 26 
O'Farrell street. Orlando Bozlo, President; E. A. 
Leraolne. Recording Secretary. 

Gambbinus Benevolent Society. Meets first 
Saturday of each month at 510 Bush street. John 
Pfankuch, Recording Secretary. 

Garibaldi Mutual Aid Society. Meets second 
Saturday of each month at Garibaldi Hall. 423 Broad- 



Guin 



President; 



Busalacchl, 



Italian Mutual Benevolent Society. Meets 
second Monday In each month at 1525 Stockton 
street. S. Bottaro, President; C. Zapelll, Secretary, 
S44B Vallejo street. 

Italian Reali Caeabinieri Mutual Aid So- 
oiety. 423 Broadway street. Board of Directors' 
meeting every first Monday of the month. Geueral 
meeting every third Mond-iy of the month. V. Fus- 
co. President; Thomas Malno. Secretary, 928^ Pacific 
street. 

Journeymen Butchers' Protective and Be- 
nkvolknt association of the pacific coast. 
Meets at 909 Market street every Wednesday ( 



Folsom street. 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Association. 
Conrad Trieber, Secretary. Meets first Saturday 
evening of each month at il4 Mason street. 

LiGUE d'Henbi IV Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety. Membership, S5(i. .Meets at Balboa Hall, 
Native Sons' Building. Offlcers-J. Mlal .cq. Presi- 
dent; P. Chlge and L. Cazet. Vice-Presidents: P. A, 
Bergerot, Recording Secretary, 306 Pine street; Jus- 
tin Labarthe, Treasurer. 

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Associatios, 
No. 35. Meets every Tuesday evening at 36 East 
street. South. E. J. Powers. President; W. M. 
Coombs, Corresponding Secretary; John J. Searey, 
Business Manager. 

Merchants Exchange Mutual Benefit Asso- 
ciation. A. M. Burns. President; T. C. Frledlander, 
Secretary, Room 1403. Merchants Exchange Building. 

Musical Fund Society. Meets quanerl.v. third 
Thursday' ' ' " " 



January. April. July and October, at 
Vlcazar Building. 120 O'Farrell street. 
Office 421 Post street. 

National Association Letter Carriers of 
America. Golden Gate Branch. 214. James I. 
Donahue. President ; Conrad Trieber. Secretary. 
Meets first Saturday of 



month at 414 Mason 



Noed-Deutschee Verein. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays at 32 O'Farrell street. Sblels 
Bldg. H. P. Petersen, President: C. G. BolsdorS, 
Recording Secretary, 2211 Geary street. 

Norwegian Aid Society of San Francisco. 
Meets every third Monday at 20 Eddy street. 0. L. 
Christie. President. 

Order of Scottish Clans. Clan Fraser. No. 78. 
Meets on the first and third Thursday evenings of 
each month at 32 O'Farrell street. T. A. Munro, 
Chief; Alexander King, Secretary. 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' Associa- 
tion. Meets the last Saturday of each month. 
Headquarters, 416 Market street. W. W. Knicker- 
bocker. President; S. Moseley Woods. Secretary, 
Room 88. Flood Building. 

San Francisco Baeckkr Verein. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each month at 413 
Sutter street. Wm. Letsche. President; Paul Gu- 



UlliM. KLEIN [IICTBOL CO. 

W. J. MORGAN, PRESIDENT 

105-107 Battery St. 



Sanshlna Laoips, Fan Motin. 
ETerytbing Eltctricil. 

Te"* MaTn 389 LiM TOOlS Of HIIK deSCriptiOB » 



Sas FkanoiscoChap 
or ARCHiTKrTS. Phelaii Bullillng; Henry A. 
Schulie. PrMlilent, Xonbern DIttrlct: Wi-iin Kargo 
« Co.» Building; William CurloH, Secretary and 
Treaaurer.su I'Selan Building. 

Sas Fbaxcisco FiBK Dkpartmst Motual Aid 
AssociATloK. John W. Rellly, President; E. F. 
McKlttrlck. Secretary, 2517 Folaom street. 

Sas Frascisco Scuwabrs Verrln. Mceta «r»t 
uid Third Mondays of each month In Turn Vereln 
Hall. 323 Turk street. 

SCASDiSAViAS SOCIETY. Meets every Tuesday 
evenlngatiaoo'Farrellstreet. Charles I" 
President; Gust. K. Xi 
266 Culllmnrood atreei. 

SEBTIAK MOSTISRORIS LiTKRART AND BlSI' 

LEST Society. Meets llrst and third Wednesdays 
each month at ID California street, room 12. 

Slavonic Illtrio Mutual Benevolent I 
ciETT. Meets first and third Fridays of each mot 
at lao O'Farrell street. 



St. Patrick's Mutual Allia: 
OF California. MeeU drat and third Monday even- 
ings of each month at 1133 Mission street. Thomas 
- - F. Alford. Hecord- 



F. .McGrath. President; Thorns 
Dg Secretary. 
St. Pe 



SAN Catholic Benevolent So- 
Meeis nrst Monday evening of each month 
In achool building adjoining St. Boniface's Church. 

Sued-Deutscber Veeeis. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month at 413 Sutter street. 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society. .\utoIne 
Borel. President; A. Julllerat, Secretary. Ofllce, 414 
Pine street, room 6 

Swiss Kelief Society. Alfred Monoltl. Presi- 
dent; A. Julllerat, Secretary, 414 Pine. 



McFarland, President; 
Secretary. 

Union Printers' 
the first Thursday aftc 



, C. A. Hill, 



TiAL Aid Society. Meets 
' first Monday In each month 

lels' Building. 32 O'Farrell street, at 2:30 P. M. 

John Collins, President; J. Paul Spencer. Uecordlng 
Secreury. 

United Sationai 
Cleres (SasFbanci 



SeOCIATION OF POSTOFFICE 

) Branch). Meets first Tues- 
at 102 O'Farrell street. Daniel 
B.'Dwyer. President: A. 8. J. Wooda. Secretary. 



1 States RaI) 



Mutual 
Benefit Asbociatios. Ferry Postoffice Bldg. 

Unitersitt of the Pacific F.ndowmest Fund. 
I. J. Truman, President; Kolla V. Watt, Secreury, 
omceKlS Call Building. 

Verein Kintbacbt. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at 237. 12th street. 

Widows and Obphanb Aid Association, of 
the San Kranclaco Police Department, embraces 
the whole police force of San Francisco, 
with the object of protecting and endowing their 
widows and orphans In caae of death. Meets In 
Police Court Uoom No. 1. Hall of Justice, second 
Friday of each month at 3 p. M. Robert J. Korrlson, 
President; John J. U'Meara. Recording Secreury. 

VouNO Men's Institute (R. C.i. Offlce, Pioneer 
Building. 24 Fourth street. Offlcers of the (}rand 
Council— John P. Fitzgerald. Grand President ; 
OeorgeA. Sunley. Grand Secretary; Wm. T. Agge- 
ler. Grand Treasorer. 

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

TouNO Ladies' Imstitutb. r R. C.) 3. lOth street. 
Miss May Stein, President; Miss Josephine T. Mol- 
loy. Grand Secretary. 



HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

946 Mission Street, TeL South 163. 

BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. 



Leon Audre, Seer 



C.-nIr»l 
Friday • 
Presldii 
Herb.ri 

Serr?" 



. IlradfordLoavItt and 
Is: Miss Kathrrlne C. 
Mary Roberu Smith, 



Bkluian Bbxkvuli 

tary; oeorgc Marslly', 

Annual meeting second Tuesday lu May at British 
t^onsu late. .120 Battery street. Offlcers — Courtenay 
Walter Bennett, C. I. E.. H. B. M.. Consul GeBerol. 
Honorary President; A. F. Chambers, Secretary and 



Charles Mont- 

Crueltt to Children. Offlce, lO-V-oe Grant Build- 
ing, 1095 Market street. E. W. Newhall, President : 
M. J. White, Secretary: Geo. A. Newhall. Treasurer. 

Danish Ladies' Relief Society. Meets first 
Wednesday of each month In Larsen'e Hall, 20 Eddy 
street. 

Eureka Benevolent Association. Organized 
October, 1850. to assist poor and needy Hebrews 
lu want or sickness. Office, 43« O'Farrell street. 
S. W. Heller, President: Meyer H. Levy, Secretary. 

Fhancesca Relief Society. Incorporated April 
•25. ISSW. although the society has been ennined In re- 
lief work since 1H77. Its object Is to a^sltit the de- 
serving poor. The membership Is composed of hon- 
orary and active members. Meetings are held every 
Wednesday forenoon at 10 o'clock, at 2U Hnves 
street. Mrs. Bertha Welch, Foundress: Mrs. Eugene 
Lent. President; Miss Marie Galllard, Treasurer; 
Miss Margaret Lacey, Secretary 

The Fraternal Brothxrhood. Supremo Lodge 
Is located at Los Angeles. San Francisco offlce Is lo- 
cated at 423 and 4'« Parrott Building. C. W. Stone, 
Supreme Representative. San Francisco Lodge No. 
69 meets every Wednesday night at Golden Gate 
Hall. Bli9 Sutter street. Progress Lodge No. 'J»0 
meets every Friday night at Red Men's Hall, '22U 
Golden Gate avenue. 

German General Benevolent Society, The. 
Owns and controls the German Hospital. H. C Jor- 
dan, General Agent. Offlce— 360 Geary street. City 
Physicians— Max Salomon. M. D., and A. L. Draper. 
M. D ; offlce hours, H and 7-S p. m.: Sundays, 9-10 
A. M. Henry Epstein. President; Carl Jantzen. L. 
Jockers. Secretaries: Henry Brune. Treasurer. 

Oebman Ladies' General BenevolsntSocibty. 
Meets on the first day of each month at 360 Geary 
street. Mrs. Caroline Roester, President: Mrs. F. 
Fehlelsen, Secretary. 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association. Or- 
ganized October 6, 1879; Incorporated October 6, 1884. 
Its object Is the estRbllshroent and maintenance of 
free kindergartens In San Francisco, and the sustain- 



Stovall. 
• Sutler 



Ai«i 



Mrs. R. B. Cutler, Treasurer 

Normal Instructor: offlce 560 Union strei 

HilLXB HOMOtOPATHIC INSTITUTE. 
Street. Hours, 10 a. h. to I. P. M. D. Albert Killer. 
M. !>.. Superintendent: T. A. Bllnn, Secretary. 

UoMiKoPATiiic Dispensary. Hahnemann Hos- 
pital College, S. W. cor. Maple and Sacramento 

Ladieb' Seaman's Friend Society. Meets first 
Wednesday of each month at the Sailors' Home, 
corner Main and Harrls<m streets. 

Master Mabiners' Benevolent Association. 
Meets every Thursday evening in Red Men's Hall. 220 
Golden (iate avenue. E F. Tway. President: L. 
TrauDg. Recording Secretary. 

Occidental Kindergabten Association. Free 
Kindergarun located 214 Second street. Mrs. \. L. 
Armer. President: Miss Florence Muslo, Correspond- 
ing Secretary. 

Pacific Hohanb Socixtt. Callaghao Building. 
Frank J. Kane, Secretary, 

PlONEEB KiNUEBOABTEN SOCIETY. Organized 
July 23. 1878: Incorporated July 2.5. 1878. 
poratcd January. 1886. Mrs. M. 
David Blxler. Honorary Presidents; Mrs. Geo. F. 
Bev. ridge. President; Mrs. Geo. A. Moore. Vice- 
President; Mrs. Wlllard O. Wayman. Treasurer: 
Mrs. W. J. Dutton. Recording Secretary. Mrs. Helen 
Hecht, Corresponding Secreury. 1998 .lackson street. 
Kindergartens- No. I, The Adier. 4II7 Bay stre*-t: 
No. 2. Silver 6Ur, Pacific anil Sansome streets; 
No. S, The Sutro Mall Dock. 218 Brannan street. 

Roumanian Aid Society. Wallace A. wise. 
Pre.ldcnt: J. S Hor.ivltz, Recording Secretary: 



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PIPE 

TERRACOTTA 

PJ^PE 

PRESSED 
BRICK 



H. llecbl. 



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BLDG. 



WORKS 
LINCOLN 



The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 

2T Tenth street 

I Polk Street. 755 Valencia Street 

OAKLAND OFFICC— 1184 BROADWAY 



WESTERN FUEL GO coil, coke, pig iron 

ft bu I bnn rubk IMV» cement, fire brick 

318 CALIFORNIA STREET SEWER PIPE. TERRA COTTA 



Benevolent Societies, 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Meets second Monday In each montb at 3:30 p. M. In 
" ■ ~ "" lldlng. George H. Buckingham, Preel- 
Sheldon G. Kellogg, 



dent; I. J. Truman, Trei 
Secretary and Manager. 

Sam Feakoisoo Commebciai, Tkatelkss Asbo- 
CIATION. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each 
month In Alcazar Building. C. C. Miller, President; 
M. B. Mergen, Secretary. 

San Fkancisco Fkuit and Flowir Mission. 
681 Sutter street. Miss Amy Walnwrlght, President; 
Mrs. A. H. Coppuck, Corresponding Secretary. 

Sa.nFeancisco Polyclinic, The. 430 Ellis street. 
J. Wilson Sblels, M. D., President; Martin Regens- 
burger, M. D., Secretary. 

San Fbancisco Settlement Association. Mrs. 
Phcebe A. Hearst, President; Mrs. Mary W. KIncald, 
Chairman of the Council; Miss Luclle Eaves. Head 
Worker; A. J. Todd, Director of Boys' Clubs. The 
Settlement House, known as the "South Park Set- 
tlement." Is located at No. 86 South Park. San Fran- 
cisco Boys' Club, formerly 740 Bryant street, now a 
part of San Francisco Settlement and under Its direc- 
tion, having united with It September. 1898. 






Offlc 



, President; E. S. 



. Holbrook. Secretary, 

THE Protection 
ket street. D. S. 
, Secretary. 

street. Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, President; 
Alfred B. Ford, Secretary. Crocker- Woolworth 



668 Castro 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Particular 
Council meets on second Thursday of each month 
In the Hall of St. Mary's Cathedral, Van Ne»s avenue 
and O'Farrell street. Spiritual Director, Very Rev. 
.J. .1. Prendergast. V.6.; D M. Fitzgerald, Secretary, 
409 Tenth street. 

St. Andrew's Society. Meets every Monday 
evening In Scottish Hall. 117 Larkin street. T. C. 
Lawson, President; Geo. St. J. Bremner, Recording 
Secretary. 

St. iGX-iTUS' Training School foe Girls. 
Headquarters, St. Ignatius church, 214 Hayes street; 
branch, 406 Eighth street. President, Mrs. Walter 
E. Dean; Vice-President, Miss M. Melliss; Secre- 
tary. Mr. Geo. A. Cru.\; Treasurer, Miss Butler. 
Managers— Mrs. T. B. Bishop, Mrs. Frank J. Sullivan. 
Mrs. E. W. McKlnstry. Mrs. J. Athearn Folger, Mrs. 
Wra. Irwin, Mrs. Eleanor Martin. Mrs. J. Downey 
, Joseph Hooper. Miss 



Phela 



, Mrs. M. Loughborough. 



HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

946 Mission Street. TeL South 163. 

Association for the Improve- 
ment and Adornment 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

103 PIteian Building. 
mc3 D. Phelan. President; Wll 
-President: Leon Slosg. Treasure 



BOARD OF TRADE 



SAN FRANCISCO. 

202 Market Street. 
Organized April, 1877. Objects— To protect the In- 
terests of Us members, prevent settlements without 
full Investigation, resist Inequitable and fraudulent 
and bring about jok 



CALIFORNIA PEOMOTION 
COMMITTEE. 



;i5 y'eic Montgomery Street. 
The object of this committee Is to advertise the 
resources and to promote the 
velopment of the State of Cal 
vRed. Executive Committee 
Chairman; Rufus P. Jennings __ _ _ 

George W. McNear. Treasurer; A. A. Watklns. Fred 



ttlement and de- 
rnla. Visitor* In- 
^.ndrea Sbarboro, 



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



Geo. A. Newhall. President: C. H. Bentley. First 
Vice-President; William H. .Marston. Second Vice- 
President: Chester W. Burks, Secretary. Treasurer 
and Librarian, Trustees: W. J. Dutton. Wm. L 
Gerstle. Rufus P Jennings. H. P.osenfeld, Jas. B. 
Smith. Thos. RIckard, Wm. R. Wheeler, Geo D 
Gray. Chas. S. Laumelster, William Matson, H. D 
Morton. James Rolph, Jr. 

Italian Chaubee of Commerce. A protective 



garls. President; C. Dondero, Secretary. 



CEMETERIES. 

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

closed)— Thirty-fourth avenue and Clement. 
Mateo County; office. 9 City 



Cypress Lawn— I 
Hall Square; crematory. 

Eternal Home Cemi 
Office 1881 Bush street. .. 

G. A. R. Cemetery Association 



San Mateo County. 
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HlLLS OF Eternity— San Mateo County. 

Holy Cross- San Mateo County. 

Home of Peace- San Mateo County. 

Italian Cemetery- Colma; office. 1525 Stockton 

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

Masonic— Turk street, between Masonic and Par- 
keravenues; office, James Flood Building. 970 Market 
street. 

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

MoDNT Olivet Cemetery Association. Office. 
lOai Market street. 

Mountain View Cemetery A.ssooiation— Ter- 
minus Piedmont avenue, Oakland. 

National — Presidio Reservation. 

Odd Fellows —Point Lobos avenue, near First 



CHURCHES. 



BAPTIST. 

Chinese Baptist Church and Mission. North- 
west corner Sacramento street and Waverly place. 
Rev. George Campbell, Snpt. 

Emmanuel Baptist Church of San Francisco. 
Bartlett street, between Twenty-second and Twenty- 



third streets. 
ence,43UIIlsti 

North side of Eddy 

First Free Baptist Church. Bush street, be- 
tween Hyde and Larkin streets. Rev. William N. 
Meserve, Pastor, residence, 1739 Buchanan street. 

First German Baptist Church. Seventeenth 
street between Church and Sanchez streets. 

First Swedish Baptist Church. 266 Tenth 
Pastor: residence, 266 



. J. George Gibson. Pastor; reeld- 
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TfliED Baftist Church. East «lde Powell street, 
oclween Sutter and Bu«h streeu. Rev. J. H.Kelley. 
Putor: re«ldence.5is Puwell street. 
CHRISTIAN. 

Fl«»T CHBlsTliX CBCRCH. 141 Twelfth St. Frank 
8. Ford. Minister: residence. Hi Twelfth street. 

W«»l SiDi CHB18TIAX CauBCH. Bush Street, 
b«rween Scott and Devl.adero. Walter M. White. 
Mlnlater; residence. 29i9 Suiter street. 
CONOREOATIONAL. 

Bktbaxy Ooso««OATioKiL Chubch. Bartlett 
•ireet, near Twentyllfth street. Rev. William C. 
Pond, D.D.. Pastor Emeritus; residence, 431 Bartlett 
slreet. 

BXTI 
street, near * wou*j-iw"iv« on.-t», ...... «««.. «. 

Hollars. Pastor, residence 220S Twenty-fourth street. 

CALIFOBSIA CHIKBSX MISSIOS OFTBE AHBICAN 

Missioxabv Assk. 21 Brenbam place. 

FiBST Coxobboatiosal Chcrch. S. E. corner of 
Post and Maaon streeu. Be v. lieo. C. Adams, D. D., 
Pastor: residence. 7710 Devlsadero street. 

FocBTB Coxobboatiosal Cni-ECH. Green street, 
near Stockton street. Rev. E. L. Wall, Pastor; resi- 
dence. lUOO Greenwich street. 

Ocbax View Cokobboatioxal Cbuboh. Broad 
•treel, near Plymouth avenue. 

Olitbt Coxobboatiosal CHnacH. Southwest 
comer of Xoe and Seventeenth streets. 

Pabb Coxobboatioxal Chlrcu. Hayes street, 
near Lyon street; Rev. T R. Earl. Pastor, residence 



Hayes street. 



. North 



North side 

of'PMt'ilrect; between Buchanan and Webster 
streets. Rev. I. C. Mescrve, D. D., Pastor. Resi- 
dence, 1739 Buchanan street. 

BioBHosD COXOBBOATIOXAL Chubcb. Corner 
Boventb avenue and Clement street. Rev. Philip 
Coombe, Pastor; resldi 



Chl-bcb. South side 



.MlBBiox Chobch. North side of Jessie 
street, between Sixth and Seventh streets. 

Thied Coxobboa 
of Fifteenth street, between Valencia ana Mission 
•tr«ets. Rev. William Rader. Pastor; residence, »7 

EPISCOPAL. 

Catbedbal Mibsiox or tub Good Sahabitas. 
»4« Second. Rev. J. P. Turner, Priest In charge. 

CBDECnorST. JouxthbEvasoelist. S. W.cor. 
Fifteenth st. and Julian avenue. Hev. L. C. San- 
ford, Rector; residence, 130 Julian avenue. 

Holy Isxocbxts' Mexorial Chuecb. Fair Oaks 
•treet between Twentyllfth and Twenty-slith 
atreeu. Rev. H B. Collier, Rector: residence, 13U 
Guerrero street. _ „ . 

CauBCH or ST. Mabt the Viboix. Comer Union 
and Stelner streeta. Rev. Walter B. Clark. Rector; 
residence. 2»4« Stelner street. 

Cbvecb or tbb Adtb.xt. Eleventh street, near 
Market street. Rev. Chas. N. Lathrop, Rector: resi- 
dence, 15 Eleventh atreet. 

Oeace Chubcb. Southeast corner of California 
and Stockton streets. Rev. David J. Evans, Rector: 
residence 2S4S Broadway strci-l. 

St Jahes' MissioH. Clement street, near Sixth 
avenue. Rev. 8. J. Lee. Priest In charge: residence, 
aw 2d Avenue. ^ „. 

St Lube's Chubcb. Van Ness avenue and Clay 
street. Rev. Burr M.Weeden, Rector: residence, SIM 
Van Nesa Avanue: Rev. William E. Hayes, Curate; 
residence 2150 Van Ness Avenue. 

St. Paul's Chubcb. California street, near Fill- 
more street. Rev. W. M, Rel lly. RecWr: residence, 
9419 California slreeU-* 

St Peteb's Chubcb. Comer Stockton and Fil- 
bert streets. Rev. W. M. Boars, Rector; residence, 
I9US Stockton street. . _. . _ . 

St. Stepbex's Ci/ueoh. North side of Fulton 
atreet, between Webster and Fillmore streeu. Rev. 
B. Bradley. Rector: residence. "SB Fulton street. 

Tbixitt Chubch. Northeast comer Bush and 
Oougb streeu. Rev. F. W. Clampett, Rector: resi- 
dence, 1<<18 Sacramento street. 

EVANOEUCAI. 

Alice Hollhax Mbhobial Chubch, West side of 



Market and Mission. Rev. F W. Fischer, Pastor; 
Residence, Stwi* Guerrero street. ►^ 

Salem Evaxoblical Church (Oesman). North 
east corner Twenty-second and Shotwell streets 
Rev. W. H. Althouse, Pastor; residence. 747 Shotwell 

St. Luke's Obrmas Evaxoblical Cbubcb. Flf 
teenth street, near Church street Rev. Alfred 
Meyer, Pastor; r 



&y.'T. 

aide Twet 
and Harrli 



North 



Rev. GerhirdHu 



between Tr 



. Pastor: 



QREEK RUiiSIAM. 

Trixity Cathedral or the Holt Orthodox 
Church. West side Powell street, near Filbert. 
Right Rev. TIkhon, Bishop of the Orthodox Church 
In North America; Rev. P. Popolt, Rev. Th. Pasb- 
kovsky, N. Greevsky. A. Kalnelt. Church Consis- 
tory. Rev. Th. Pashkovsky, Secretary. 
HEBREW. 

CoxoBEOATtox Beth-Israrl. South Bide Geary 
street, between Octavia 

■ S. Levy. Rabbi 



e. 1230 Ellis street. 



Rablnowlti, Cantor. 



CBB 



,. Sutter street, be- 

tw'ee'n'Poweli and Stockton. Dr. Jacob Voorsanger, 

Rabbi; residence, 1'249 Franklin. E.J. Stark, Cantor. 

CoxoBBOATiox Kbsebeth Israkl. Bev. H. Sam- 

uelson. RabhI. East side Russ near Folsom streets. 

COXGRBOATIOS OHABAI SHALOME. 1881 Bush 

street. Rev. Isidore Myers. Rabbi; residence, 1836 
Sutter street: Bev. M. Solomon, Cantor. 

CoxoRBOATiox SuAABi Zedek. Northeast corner 
California and Stockton streets. Rev. Philip H. 
Cohn. Cant 



nd Taylor St 
, 1719 Bush 1 



David S. Davis, Cantor 
LUTHERAN. 

FiSKlSH Seahex'8 Misbiox. 9 Mission street. 
Rev. A. Renvall, Pastor. 

First ExolishEvaxuelical Lutherax Chubcb. 
Geary street, near Gough. Rev. Edwin H Hadlock. 
Ph. D.. Pastor. 

First FixxisB EtaxoelicalLuthebaxChurob, 
of San Francisco, 9 MIssslon street. Rev. A. Ren- 
vall, Pastor; residence, 424 Fremont street. 

OUB SavIOUB'S SOAXDISATIAS EvaXOELICAL-LU- 

THEBAX Church. Howard street, between Twelfth 
and Thirteenth streets. Rev. O. Oroensberg, Pastor: 



SOA 






Pasto 



Mission street. Rev. Laurltz Carl 

St. Asdbbab Gebmax Lutherax i.,hiiki i 

Union street. Rev. A. Jatho. Pastor. 
St. Jobaxxes- Gebban Etaxoelioal Luti 

Chubch. Twenty-second street, between Howard 

and Capp. Rev. J. "' ~" " — .j 

3126 Tw 



Schroeder, Pastor: 



St. Johx'9 
Mason street. 



SOBLICAL Chubch. West 
'een Jackson and Pacific stn 
Pastor; residence, 1110 Gri 



South side O'Farrell 



LUTHEBAN 

et, betweec 
Fuendellng. 



jFarrell street. 
St. Matthew's Evasoelioal Lutherax Church. 
East side of Eleventh street, between Market and 
Mission streets. 

Iden Gate avenn 

lELIOAL LUTBEBAS 

Rev. Paul Uranke, 

PAULua' Oebmax Etasoelical Lutbbbas 

;b. Southeast corner Eddy and Gough - 

. Bemthal. Pastor: residence, 9< 



Rev. G 



Eddy 



Swedish Etasoelical Lutbeeah Ebesezbb 
Cburob. Corner 13th and Dolores "treetB. Rev. 
Philip Andreen, Pastor; residence, 208 Dolores 

Teieity Ebolibh Etasoelical Luthkban 
Cbdech. Mission Opera Hall, 2131 Mission strce^t. 
Rev. E. M. Stensrud. Pastor: residence, 3446 Eigh- 
teenth street. __„_ 

KETHODIST. 

Bethel rSBOoKDl Afbicas Methodist Episcopal 
Chubch. 1»7 Powell street. Rev. A. A. Burleigh. 
Pastor; residence, HIS Paclflc street. 

CALiroBXiA Stbeet MrrnpnisT Episcoj-al 
Church. Southeast 



Rev. 



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Episcopal CacRCH. Mle- 
hand Seventh. Rev George 
; residence, 560 Clayton St. 
T Episcopal 
Heacock. Superintendent. "" 

Epwoeth Methodist Episcopal Church. Cor- 
ner Twenty-sixth and Church streets. Rev F A 
Keast. Pastor; residence. 1244 Sanchez street. 
Fifteenth Avenue Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Fifteenth Avenue South, between N and 



:CAN Methodist Epk 

Stockton street. Rev. 

Bldence, H20a Powell 



Pastor; 

: Methodist Episcopal Church. Powell 

between Washington and Jackson streets. 

" " " Clay street. 



Methodist Epis 



1220 Howard street. Kev. o. W. Ostrom, Pastor; 
residence, 377 Ninth street. 

Folsom Street Gekma.v Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 868 Folsom street. Rev. R. F. Stelnbach 
Pastor; residence, 868b Folsom street. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church. Corner 
Twenty-arst and Capp streets. Rev. F. M. Larkin 
Pastor; residence, 3168 Twenty-first street. 

HA.MILTO.M Methodist Episcopal Church. Stan- 
yan street, berween Frederick and Colestreets. Rev 
W_._P^St_anley. Pastor; residence. 723 Shrader St. 

Episcopal Church. 
Bane, Pastor; resl- 



643 Howard street. R 
deuce. 374 First stree 
Japanese Methodist Episcopal Chvbch 



1329 



Mission Opera 



nessee street, near Eighteenth street. Rev. B. E. 
Paddock. Pastor; residence, 353 Mississippi street. 

Richmond Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Fourth avenue, between Point Lobos Av. and 
Clement street. Rev. E. D. Raley, Pastor; residence, 
33.3 Fourth Avenue. 

Simpson Memorial Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Southeast corner Hayes and Buchanan 
streets. Rev. James H. N. Williams, Pastor; resi- 
dence, 333 Halght street. 

St. John's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. 3718 Army street. Rev. Geo. Guth, Pastor; 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church. Broadway, between Stockton and Powell 
streets. Rev. W. Schuldt, Pastor; residence. KW 



METHODIST, SOUTH. 

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Cbubch 
South. South side Bush street, between Gougl 
and Octavla. Rev. Rufus E. Nunn, Pastor; resi 
dence, 1715 Bush street. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church. Northwes 
corner Jackson and Fillmore. Rev. John Hemp 
hill. D. D., Pastor; residence. 2020 Broadway street 

First Presbyterian Church. Southeast cornel 
Van Ness avenue and Sacramento street. Kev. W 
K. Guthrie, Pastor; residence, ■2323 Pacltlc avenue 



Ful- 

eetPresbtterianChurcb. South- 
iklln and Vallejo streets. Rev. J. T. 
tor; residence. The Abbotsford. 
PRESBTTERIAX Church. California 
le street. Rev. James M. McElhln- 
dence, 2570 California street. 
3VTERIAN Church. Southwest cor- 
Baker streets. Rev. J. S. Thomas, 
Ashbury street. 

Sturge, M. D., Superintendent. 
Presbyterian Church. Corner San- 
nd Twenty-third. Rev. R. Logan, Pas- 



Wllls, D. D.. Pai 



ZPAH PRESBTTEBIA 

Fifth. Rev. F. A, 
[awthorne street. 
ivet Presbyteria 



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Rev. J. H. Laughlln, Superln- 
1002 Greenwich street. 
*L Second United Presbyteb- 
rrero street, between Twenty- 
E. Dugan, 



Southeast 
ets. Rev. 
4303 Call- 



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second and Twenty-third. Rev.' ■(vmiai 
Pastor; residence. 206 Chattanooga stree 
St. John's Presbyterian Church. 
corner of California and Octavla st.r 
George G. Eldredge, Pastor 

Trinity Presbyterian Church. Southwest cor- 
ner Twenty-third and Capp streets. Rev. Edward K. 
Strong. Pastor; residence. 867 Guerrero street. 

Welsh Presbyterian Church. Fourteenth 
street, between Valencia and Guerrero streets; 
Rev. J. R, Evans, Pastor; residence. 215U Fifteenth 

Westminster Presbyterian Church. South- 
east corner Page and Webster streets. Rev. Herbert 
E. Hays, Pastor; residence, 569 Waller street. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Most Rev. P. w. Rlordan. Archbishop; Most Rev 
gomery. Coadjutor; Rev, Patrick Cuni- 
Uor; Rev. John J. Cantwell, Secretary, 



mins, Chanc 
lUOO Fulton street. 
ALL Hallows Ci 



15 Fifteenth Avenue South. 

Church of Corpus Christi. Croke street near 
Mission street. Served by the Saleslan Fathers 

Church of St. Charles Bohromeo. Northwest 
corner of Eighteenth and Shotwell streets. Kev. 
James McDonald, Pastor; Rev. T. P. Moran, As- 
sistant; residence, 390 Shotwell street. 

Church of St John, the Evangelist, St. 
Mary s Avenue, between Mission street and Marsllly 
Avenue. Rev. Peter D. Brady, Rector; residence 
19 St. Mary's Avenue. 

Church of the Holt Cross. Eddy street, be- 
tween Scottand Devlsadero. Rev. John F. McGlnty, 
Rector; residence, 1818 Eddy street; Rev. Patrick 



3N Dolores Church. Sixteenth and Dolorea 
Rev. R. P. Brennan. Rector; Rev. J. Stokes 
" " ' Clifford, Assistants: residence, 3321 



Sixteenth street. 

Notre Dame des Vic 
street, between Grant ave 
by the Marlst Fathers. 



:re8. North side Bush 
: and Stockton. Served 
ev. A. Hamet. S. M., 
h street; Rev. Joseph 



St. 

1510 Page street. 

St. Anthony's Church (German). Army street, 
between Shotwell and Folsom. Rev. Placldus Kre- 
keler, O. P. M., Rector; residence, 3215 Army street. 

St. Boniface's Church (German). South side 
Golden Gate avenue, between Jones and Leaven- 
worth streets. Served by the Franciscan Fathe 



Rev. Max 

St. 



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M., Superior. 
rFre- 
John Rogers, 



Rev. James A. Grant, Assistants. 

St. Dominic's Church and Monastery. North- 
west corner of Bush and Stelner streets. Served 
by the Dominican Fathers. Very Rev. P. Murphy, 



Corner Vallejo street and 



Superior. 

St. Franc 
Montgomery avenue. Rev. Terence Caraher. Rector; 
residence. 620 Vallejo street; Rev. William McGough, 
Assistant. 

St. Ignatius Church. North side Hayes street, 
near Van Ness avenue. Conducted by theFathvrsof 



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Guerrero 

St. Joseph's Church. Tentb street, between 
Tolsom (nd Howard. Ker. Patrick MulllEan. Rector; 
resldonce. 230 Tenth street; Kev. P. Keaue. Rev. 
J. CulMns. and Rev. E. O'Sulllvan. Assistants. 

St. Mart's Cathkdbal. Northwest corner Van 
Ness avenue and O'Karrell street. Most Rev. P. W. 
RIordan. Archbishop; Most Rev. George Montgom- 
ery, Coadjutor; Very Rev. J. J. Prendcrgast. VIca 
General: - - - - 

John J. 

Rev. .1. B. Hannlgan, AsslstanU; residence 1100 
Franklin street. 

St. Maky'b Cudroh (Paullst Fathers). Northeast 
corner California and Dupont streets. Rev. Henry U. 
Wyman, C. S. P., Superior and Rector; Rev. M. P. 
Smith. C. S. P.; Rev. Henry I. Swrk, C. S. P.; Kev. 
Michael Otis. C. S. P.: Kev. J. M. Handly. C. S.P.: 
and Kev. MIchaelJ. Carey, C. S. P., Aaslsunts. 

St. Michael's Cbdrcb. Broad street, near Ply- 
mouth avenue. Rev, James A. Cooper, Rector; 
residence, 32 Broad street; Rev, Dlonyslus A. Lane, 



St. Patrick's Cuurcr. Mission street, between 
Third and Fourth. Rev. P. J. Cummins, Rector; 
Rev. M. Horan, Rev. M. Barry, and Rev. P. T. Collopy, 
Assistants, residence. 760 Mission street. 

St. Pacl's Church. Twenty-ninth "and Church 
ftreets. Rev. M. D. Connolly. Rector; residence 312 
Twenty-ninth street; Rev. C. E. Kennedy. Assistant. 

St. Peter's CBtrscH. Eastsldcof Alabamastreet, 
between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-flfth. Rcr. P. 
8. Casey, Rector: Rev. Wm. Lande, Asslsunt; resi- 
dence. WOO Florida street. 

St. Rose's Chi'RCU. Urannan street, near Fourth. 
Rev. John F. Nugent, Rector; residence, 532 Bran- 

8t. Tereba'8 CHtTRcn. Tennessee street, near 
Nineteenth, Kev. P. O'Connell, Rector; residence, 
733 Tennessee street. 

. ViKCENT Dr Paul Cbitrch. Green and Stelner 
•Ireets. Rev. Martin P. Ryan. Rector; residence 
3320 Green street; Rev. Lawrence Murphy, Assistant. 

Sts. PlETRO E Paolo Church. Filbert and Dupont 
streets. Served by the Saleslan Fathers; residence. 



Eighth aveni 

TRLESIA nE NUESTRA SeSORA DE GCAnALOPE. 

North side Broadway, between Mason and Taylor 
•treets. Rer. A. M. Santandreu, Rector; residence, 
MS Broadway; Rev. J08« Flgols, Assistant. 



Little Sisters of the Poor— Corner Fourth avenue 
ud Lake at ect. 
Magdalen Asylum— Potrero avenue. 
Ml. St. Joseph's— South San Francisco. 
Notre Dame Convent Dolores and Sixteenth 

Presentation Convent — Powell and Greenwich 
streets. 
Sacred Heart Academy— Ellis 



Franklin street 

Sacred Heart College— Eddy and Larkin streets. 

Sacred Heart Presenutlon Convent— Ellis and Ta 

lor streets. 

Sisters of St. Dominic— Twenty-fourth and Gue 

Slaters of the Holy Family — Northeast corni 
Hayes and Fillmore strecta. 
St. Brigld-i " 



St. Francis Technical School— Geary and Goncb 
Mreeta. 

St. Mary's Hosplul- Bryant and First streets. 

St. Rose's Academy— Scott street, between Sutter 
ud Post streets. 

St. Sebastians, Presidio 

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



SWEDENBOROIAN. 

lEHrsALEM Ciit-BOH. O'Farrell Street, 
:w JiiBisALRii CHURCH. Northwest 



UNITARIAN. 

First Unitariax Church. Southwest corner 
Geary and Franklin streets. Rev. Bradford Leavltt, 
Pastor; residence, 321ti Jackson street. 

Second Unitarian Church. Corner Capp end 
Twentieth streets. Kev. C. Calvert Smoot, Pastor: 
residence S470 Twentlelh street. 



Believers Gathered to the Name of the 
Lord Jesus, Commoklt Called Brethren. 3036 
SI.\teenth street. 

California Chinese Mission of the Amekican 
Missionary Association. 21 Brenham place. 

California Mission of the Church of Jesbs 
Christ of Latter-day Saints, (Mormon). Red 
Men's Hall, iiu liulden Gate avenue. Elder Joe. E. 
Robinson, President, Paclllc Coast; residence, 609 
Franklin street. 

Catholic Apostolic Cburcb. 3776 Eighteenth 
street. J. Rlntoul, Pastor; residence. 6.54 Church 



Hall, 223 Sutter street. 
LeBlond. 2466 California Street. 

Friends' Meetino. A meeting held Sunday. 11 
A. M.. at 928 Harrison street. Day and night Mission 

Cod's Christian Church. 32 Waverly Place and 
."iOl Bush street, J W, Hill, General Superintendent, 
Mrs. .M.G. Hill, English Pastor; residence lO-iS Clay 

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

People's Place Church. 712 Greenwich street. 

Salvation Army. Headquarters, 1271 Mission 
French commanding Paclllc Coast 



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632 Commercial street: Corps No. 2, 

rcct; Corps No. 3. 699 Howard street; 

Corps No. 6. 1271 



920 Jackson 

Corps No. 4, 2740 Mlaslon 

Mission street. Corps No. 9. Grant 

street: Corps No. 11 (Chi 

Corps No. 12, (Scandinavian) Clay near Montnomery 



street, between (Golden Gate avenue and McAllis- 
ter. Rev. E. J. HIbhard, Pastor, residence, 995 Mc- 

SiLENT Workers. 930Jt Harrison street. 
Volunteers of America. Headquarters Pacific 
and 82. Marye Law BIdg., 



Coast Regiment, Rooms 1 

1504 Market street. Colonel and Mrs. Walti 

Major Amelia GIITert, Secretary. 

4113. Captain Myrtle Lewis. 



Oakia 
Children's Holm 



; Post No. 2, 12 Mar- 



Headquarters, flth f 



COLLEGES AND PRIVATE 
SCHOOLS. 

(See also Medical and Dental Colleges page ri4.) 

A<:auemy of the Immaculate Conception. 
Guerrero bet. 24th and 25th streets. 

Academy uf the Sacred Heart. Conducted by 
the Sisters of the Sacred Heart. Corner of Ellis 
and Franklin streets. 

Berlitz School of Lanouaoes, The. lOOO Van 

BoLTE's Jeanne. Miss. School. 2174 Post street. 

California School of Mechanical Arts, The. 
Comer of Sixteenth and Utah streets. Horace Davis. 
President; Edwin Bounell, Secretary: George A. 
Merrill. Principal. 

Cogswell Polytichkioal Colleok. Corner of 
Twenty-sixth and Folsom streets. George B. Miller. 
Pres.; James G. Boobar. Sec. 

Collboe of Notrb Dame. Dolores street, be- 
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth streets. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Notre Dame. 

Hastinos Colleae of the Law. Law Depart- 
ment of the University of California. City Hall, 
third floor. Edward Robeson Taylor. Dean. 530 
California street ; Leonard Stono, Itogl.trar. ii2lP 
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Sacked Heart College. Soutbeast corner of 
Eddy and Larkln streets. Conducted by the Brothers 
of the Christian Schools. Brother Xenophon, Prea- 

Sacred Heart Presentation Convent. Cor- 
ner Taylor and Ellis streets. Conducted by the Pre- 

San Francisco Theological Seminary The 
San Anselmo, Marin county. Chas. A. Laton Treas- 
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West side of Van Ness 
„ „ . , „ _ . -^ Grove. Very Rev. John 
P. rrleden. S. J.. Superior and President. 
St. John's Gbrman and English Day School. 
Evangelical Lutheran 



Schools. Corner of Tenth and 

Boys' school, conducted by the 

lers of Mary. Rev Brother George, Superior 

uplls). The Girls' school la conducted by the 

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Howard 

Brothers 

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Sisters of the Holy Names, 

cells, Superior (520 pupils) 

St. Paul's German and English School 
Connected with St. Paul's German Lutheran Church 
Corner Eddy and Gougfa streets. 

St. Rose's Academy. 1605 Scott street. 

Trinity School. 3300 Washington street. 

University of the Pacific. Rev. E. McCllsh, 

D. D., President. Under the control of the California 
Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church. J. H. Brush, Santa Rosa, President; Rev. 
A. U. Needham. Los Gatos, Secretary. Office, 
Methodist Book Concern, 1037 Market street. 

WiLMERDING SCHOOL OF INDCSTEIAL ARTS N 

E. Cor. Utah and Seventeenth. George A. Merrill 
Director. 



COURTS. 



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



CREMATORIES. 



rt OCON 
O OflOW 






fH3i 

C U 0.^ 

0.(0 0: 

<(0 3 
O<(0 



Odd Fellows' Cemetery 
Jfflce, Point Lobos avenue, ne 

San Francisco Cremation 
It Cypress Lawn Cemetery. 



EXCHANGES. 



Builders' E.tc 



Directors i 



Friday of each i 



California 
Cary Frled- 
s Exchange 



Merchants' E.xchange, The. 4 
street. William Babcock, President; ' 
lander. Secretary, room 1403 Merchai 
Building. 

San Francisco Stock and Eichanqe Board. 
Meetings held dally at 9;30 a. m. and "2:30 p. m.. at 
331 Pine street. A.B. Ruggles. President; William 
Edwards, Vice-President; Fred W. Hadley, Secretary. 

Stock and Bond E.xchange. Board room. Mer- 
chants' Exchange Building. Sessions 10:30 a. m. 
and 2 p. m. President, Edward Barry; Vice-Pres- 
ident, Worthlngtou Ames; Chairman, Walter Turn 
bull; Vlcc-Chalrman.D.R. Wilson; Secretary, Harry 
Schwartz; Treasurer, Daniel Meyer. 

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 
OFFICERS. 

Army United States. Pacific Division— Major 
General Samuel S. Sumner, Commanding. Head- 
luaners. Grant Building, San Francisco, Cal. Per- 
inniU Stall— Captain E P. Jervev, Jr. and Lieut 
' ' "■ ■ "■ -alon Staff— Colonel Stepb< " 



M?maVTsecreta;y7 L!e"uV^ColoreS red'/w°l?k Pm?' 
i°h''^P wP""""'' ''•'J'"' t-"" Feblge? and Major 
JohnP.WIaser, Assts. to Inspector (feneral; Ma or 
CassIusE. Gillette, Chief Engineer Officer. 

Army United States, Departmemt or Calipoe- 
NiA (embracing the States of California and Nevada 
p^^H.^Vl §»»"',"'"' Islands) - Brigadier Genera 
Sh'^*!'?.'' ,Z?'"^°J'- Commanding. Headquarters, 
Phelan Building, San Francisco, Cal. 

Personal STiFr— First Lieut. Burton J Mitchell 
and First Lieut. Edwin C. Long, Aids. ">-"«". 

Department STAFF-Major Samuel W. Dunning, 
Military Secretary; Major Henry M. Morrow, Judge 
Advocate; Colonel William S. Patten, Chief Quarter- 
master; Major Frank F. Eastman, Chief Commissary: 
Co onel A. C. Glrard, Chief Surgeon; LleutenanV 
Colonel William H Comegya, Chief Paymaster- 
Major Frank E. Hobbs, Ordnance Officer; Major 
George O. Squler, Signal Officer. '' 

Medical DEPAETMENT-Major Louis Brechemln, 
in charge of Medical Supply Depot, San Francisco, 
Cal. Lieutenant Colonel George H. Torney, Com- 
manding U. S. General Hospital, Presidio, San Fran- 

Ordnance Department- Major Frank E Hobbs, 
Commanding, Benlcia Arsenal, CaL 

Pay DEPARTMENT-Lleutenant Colonel William 
Comegys, Chief Paymaster of the Department, San 
f ranclsco, Cal. Major Francis L, Payson. Major W 
B. Rochester, Jr., Captain James W. McAndrew 
Captain Wm. F. Creary, Captain James Canby, Pay! 



masters, San Francisco, Cal 

Quartermaster ,^^^, „ .,i,ai, 

S. Patten, Chief Quartermaster of the Department. 



NT— Colonel Wllllan 



San Francisco, Cal.; Major Carroll A. Devol Dcno 

Quartermaster and General Superintendent Ar 

Transport Service, 36 New Montgomery sreet 6 



Krauthoff, Purchasing 
street, San Francisco, Cal.; Captal 
Assistant to the Purchasing ~ 
street, San Francisco, Cal. 



-Major Charles R. 

Issary, 103 Market 

Douglas Settle, 

103 Market 



UNQINEER S DEPARTMENT, U. S. ARMY (PacIflC 

'^i'??"^'"^'"'' ^"""'" H Heuer, Division Engineer 
of the Northern Paclllc Division, San Francisco, Cal. ; 
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas H. Handbury Division 
Engineer of the Pacllic Division Fortlflcatlon 
v. orks. San Francisco Harbor and Engineer Twelfth 
Light House District, San Francisco, Cal.; Captain 
Charles H. McKlnstry, Fortlflcatlons and Harbor 
Improvements In Southern California. Los Angeles 

Cal.; Captain W. W " "-■■ lugeies, 

mission, San Franclsi 



Boa 



Harts, California Debris Com- 

0, Cal. 

• United States Pension Eiaminino 
-Donohoe Bldg.; Dr. G. G. Crawford, 



Nav 



<CB Hydrographic Offic; 
~Merchants_Exchange 331 Si 

1 charge. 



Unite 



It J. C. Burne 

California Debris Commission— Colone 
P. Heap (Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.), Preside.., 
. ., Heuer and Captain Robert 

.) Mem- 



David 



Lleuten 



Colonel W. 
(Corps of Engineers, 
bers, office, 96 Flood Building. 

lETio SuHVEY (Western Coast 



i and 39, U. S. Appraisers- 



Office, 

ugustus F. Rodgers, 1 
Fremont Morse. Assistants. San Francisco; Harrle 
S. Ballard, tide observer, San Francisco. 
Collector of the Port— Frederick S. Stratton, 



;or; Clement G. Perkins, 
Adjuster of Duties; 
her; J. W. Probasco, 



Fletcher L. Wooster 

Revenue Collector— John C. Lynch; 
'-' "~- ' "- "I. Piatt, 



Fowler, Chief Deput; 



Charle 
Cashle 

Master and E-taminee in Chancery, u. S. Cie- 
ouiT Court- E. H. Heacock, room 87. Annralsers' 
Building; Clerk, A. B. Kreft. 

National Quarantine Station, Angel Island. 
Irish, office. Custom 

Northwest corner Washington and 
Battery streets- Arthur O, Flsk, Postmaster; B 
""'"•■ ■ ■ M. Cox 



.J. .-,. ..,>,f.iMH. i^i,iHu,ii ctan- ■ ijiimei oLepnen r. r. fticKinjey , Assistant: Alex M. Cox, Supcrln 

m International Mercantile & Trust Go! 

Collections made throughout tho United States Pa-rott Bidg. 



CONKLIN'S 



STORAfiE WAREHOUSE 

Kfx'iSe 3IB MD 318 URKM SIBEET 



Ftderil Gov4rDBtat OSoers. 



MISCELLANEOUS 



tendent of City Delivery; Steuart Aldrlch, Superln- 
tendCDt of Money Order Division; A. L. Adame. 
Soperlntcndent of Registry Division; Hull Hi- 
CUUKbry, General Superintendent ; luaac Wert- 
telmer. Cashier. _ _ „ ..^ 

PorromcK IsaricTOBB— Ferry Postofflce Build- 
ing, room 6. Robert R. Munro, Inspector In 
charge. Inspectors— H. B. Hall, Dennis Coyne, 
Lorln H. Bricker, Robert W. Madden. John I. Drls- 
coU, Jamea O'Connell. Roberts 8. Griggs; Horatio 
A. McCormlck. Chief Clerk ; Paul E. Springer. Steno- 

"^PICIAL AGISTS U. S. TkiaBUBT DErABTMINT— 

Booms 7 and 9. Appralsem" Building. Special Agent 
In charge. Caleb W. West: G. E. Channing, Special 
Agent; A. E. Needham, Special Inspector; G. R. 
Vernon, Special Employee. 

ScrEBISTESDENT RAILWAY MaIL SeRTIOE. 

—Herbert P. Thrall. olDce, Kerry Postofflce Build- 
ing; Harry Lewis. Assistant; II. M. Llnsley, Chief 
Clerk: F. P. Rowland. A. H. Stephens, Aarou W. 
Watta and Melville J. Duncan. Clerks: James H. K. 
Bell, and H. G. Fooie. Stenographers. 

ScEVETOB OF CCBT01I»— Joseph S. Spear Jr., 
otBce. Custom House; Chauncey M. St. John. 
Deputy. 

U. S, APPBAl 

"ItoSl. APDralsers- Bul .. 

„...„ __ Jacob Shaei 

Clerks- Charles Reynolds, George P. Dlmpfel and 
Augustine L. Riley. 

Examiners— John A. Sampson, George A. Rey- 
nolda. James W. Maguire, Charles J. Evans. 
James D. Whalen. Louis J. Phelps. T. K. Ro- 
malne, M. R. Nicholson. D. J, O'Leary and L. 
A. Kent; Cornelius Toohey. examiner of tea; 
J. H. Dawson, examiner of drugs. 

Samplers— Lawrence A. Helner, Geo. H. Coons, 

Thomaa J. McCreagh and Charles B. Sexton. 
J S. ClBCCiT ColiBT, SJorthern District of Califor- 
nia—Room 46, Appraisers' Building; Clerk's 



OF Mebcbandisb- John T. Dare, 
_ SI, Appraisers' Building. 

Assistants— James B. Stev( ■' " 



Jodges-W. B. 



E. M. Ross and W. W. 



AHiNERS (Board of). Thir- 
teenth District (California and Nevada) 
Headquarterx. New Post OIBce. H. F. Ward. 
District Secretary; Belle C. Lcwald. A. E. 
Nathanson. E. A. Holmes. M C. McAulllTc 



Haberly 
members; Charles W. Harmon. Cle 

V. 8. ClECCIT COUBT OF APPEALS, for 

Circuit — Room H*<. Appraisers' 

Clerk's OtBce. room 44. Appraisers' 1 
Circuit Judges— William B. Gilbert. Eraklne M. 

Roaa and William W. Morrow. „ ,. „ 
Dlatrlct Jodgea— William H. Hunt, Cornelius H. 

Uanford. Thomaa P. Hawley. James H. Beatty. 

Charles B. Bellinger. Olln Wellborn and John 

J. DeHaven. 
Clerk— Frank D. Monckton. 
Depnty Clerk -Meredith Sawyer; 
Paal P. O'Brien. 



ullding; 



Clerk. 



J. 8. ComilBSIOSEE OF IMMIOBATIOS-Hart H. 

North, rooms 73-75, U. 8. Appraisers' Building. 
Inspectors— H. H. Scbell. A. de la Torre. Jr., T. M 

Crawford, David J. Grlfflths and William H. 

Clendenln. 
SUtlstlclan— Richard Eccleaton. 
Exited States Coiiiiib«ionee»— Jamea P. Brown, 

James 8. Manley, room «3, U. S. Apprair 



Heacock, room 87, Ap- 
. Woodworth, room 61. 

Aiaiatanu^BcnJamln i.'. McKlnley and Charles M. 

FIckert. „ , 

Chief Clerk— Phlneas 8. Barber; Assistant Clerks. 

Miss Winifred Trevelllck. Mlas Mary G. James 

and Edgar T. Zook. 
Chinese Interpreter-David D. Jonee. 
U. 8. DiBTKlCT CooBT. for the Northern District of 

California - Room 60, Appralaera' Building; 

Clerk's office, room 63. 
Judge— John J. DeHaven. _ _ 

Clerk and U. 8. Commlssloner-James P. Brown, 
Deputy Clerk and U. ^■ 



Deputy Clerk— John Fonga. 

■ ITED STATES GeoLOOICAL 80R' 



Ueited 8ta 



Yale. Special Agent, room 



Clerks— F. B. English, F. T. Dunn. 
Jnitid States Life-Satijio Sebvice— Major 
T. J. Blakeney, SuperlntendcntThlrtcenth Life- 
Saving District, room 35, Appraisers' Building. 

Assistant Inspector—Captain Fred M. Munger. 

Clerks— James P. Riley and William Mlnto. 

Stations In San Francisco— Fort Point Life-Saving 
Station, Presidio Reservation; Golden Gate 
LIfe-SavIng Station, south of CHIT House ; South 
Side Life Saving Station, Ocean Beach. 
CTnited States LlOHTUotiSE Enginebr— Lieut.. 
Col. Thos. H. Handbury, U. S. A., Engineer; 
office, 89-92 Flood Building. 

Chief Clerk. A. Newbold; Clerk, Arthur W. Smith. 
LfHiTED States LlGBTHorsE Inbpeotoe— William 
P Day. Commander. U. S. N.; office 402-4(14 
Safe Deposit Building. 

Chief Clerk— Charles H. Thompson. 



Steam and Sail Vessels— John K. Bulger 
room 21. Appraisers' Building. 
Assistants— John E. Wynn and Joseph P. Dolan. 
United States Local Inspector of Hulls 
Steam and Sail Vessels— O. F. Bolles. roon 
21. Appraisers' Building. 
Assistants— John E. Wynn and James Guthrie 
United States Marine Hospital- Mountali 



Jkited States Marshal of Northern Distrk 

OF California— J. H. Shine; office. A 

pralscrs* Building, room 45. 

Chief Office Deputy— A. L. Parish. 



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 1 
coinage or to be . • - - . --- -.-- .---- '- 
stamped In such l 



rchased In the market. 
4 p. M.; gold bullion 
12 M.; visitors admlt- 



Superlntendent— Frank A. Leach. 
Meller and Rellner— Charles M. Oorham. 
Coiner— Daniel T. Cole. 
Assayer — Charles II. Sherman. 
Umited States Naval Teainino Station- 
Terba Buena (Goat) Island. William H. 
Whiting, Rear Admiral, U.S. N., Commandant. 
United States Navv Pay Office— Office, 330 
Phelan Building. 
R. T. M. Ball. Pay Inspector. U. 8. N. 
Chief Clerk— George L. Foreman. 
United States Pension .' 
Jesse B. Fuller; offici 

Chief Clerk-A. Mautner. 
United Stateb Pension Bueeao— Special Ex 
Iner for the Northern Dlatrlct of California 
Nevada, O. L Sues, 709 Capp flt 
Special Examiner 



Central-Southern DlS' 
of California, E. G. Hursh, 3668 Twentieth 



,8. F. 
-ED States Re 
Munger Captain 



George C. Ca 
chasing Officer; 
Building. 



Lieutenant. R. 



NITED States Suipping Commibbioneb— Charles 

F. Basaett. rooms 13-1.1. Appraisers' Building. 
Chief Deputy— Stafford H. Parker. 
Deputies— .loseph F. Curtln. Henry W. Groth. 
- -"^ -" ■" Murphy and 

TreaB. 



vioseph F. 
B. Ncwsoi 
John W. DankB. 
United States Scb-Treabury 



Treasurer and Cashier— Thomas 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN i CO. 



54-56 Flr«t St. 



Western Fuel Ce. 




Harmon 

Lumber 

Co. 

LUMBER 
TANKS 

PLANING 
MILL 

orricc 

4<7Safe Deposit 
Building 

328 Hontggniery St. 

TELEPHONE 

Prii. Eicliangi bit 



!D States Supervising Inspector 

AND Sail Vessels. First District- 

mlnghsm, room 21, Appraisers' Building. 
U$ ?ED?T?T°,'^''l,1-i^'''"^'"n'""' •""'"'■' J- Sill'v 

UNITED &TATES OL EVE YOR-GeNEEAL FOE CaLIFOE 

CmetcjZ-J. M.tll'^^T Co-^merclal street. 
ChlefDraghtsmaD— J. C. Henkenla». 

"fln;.®?'/ii';''i If^Y™^" BURiAU-Offlce, lOtl 
floor Mills Building. 
Professor in charge— Alexander G. McAdle. 
Local Forecaster-G. H. Wilson. 
Observers-W. Norrlngton, Walter H. Scholl, W. 

J. Heed. H. E. Smith and S. M. Button 
Messenger-W. H. Fahlbusch. 



Officers of State of California. 

SUPREME COURT. 

Location. 825 ifarkel StrM. Parrolt Building 
Chief JusricE-W. H. Beatty. 
JUSTIOE-T. B. McFarland. 
Justice— F. W. Henshaw. 
Justice— Walter Van Dyke 
Justice-F. M. Angellottl. 
Justice- Luclen Shaw. 
Justice- W. G. Lorlgan. 
*"°lufldln|.''^''*''~'-'- ^- '^""'' <^""" Spreekels 



Ty Attoeney-Genei 
vant, Claus Spreekels 

Spreckels Building. 



Clerk— Frank C. Jorda 



ERAL— C. N. Post, Sa( 
»L— George A. Sturtc 
L— E. B. Power, Clau 
kL— J. C. Daly, Clau 



'.Cory.San Francisco. 



JEPUTY CLERK- Oscar A.Tolle. San Fran 

)EPrTY Clerk— Isadore Erb. San Francisco 
' "" "" -P.. D. Duke. San Francisco. 

I Francisco. 



. Darou.x. Sacramen 



RY— H. C. Fli 

KY— L. A. Washburne. 

CAPHic Reporter- W. J. Nicholson. 

R-E. A. GIrvln. 

iN— Benjamin Edson. 

-Ezra E. Washburn. 

-A. W. Poole. 

emt 1— Presiding Justice, Walter Van Dyke, 

—Luclen Shaw. 

-F. M. Angellotll. 

^ENT a-Pre»ldlng Justice, T. B. McFar- 



-Alameda, Contra Costa, 
Humboldt, Lake, Marin, 
o, Monterey, Napa, San 
o, San Mateo, Santa Clara, 



Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado. Glenn, Kings 
Lassen, Madera, Merced, Modoc, Mono, Nevada 
Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin' 
Shasta, Sierra. Siskiyou. Solano, Stanislaus, 
hutter Tehama, Trinity, Tulare, Tuolumne, 
Tolo, Vuba. 
siONs— San Francisco— Second Monday In Janu- 
ary; third Monday In July. Los Angeles— First 
Monday In .iprll: sr~— ^ .. . ■; - 
Sacramento— Fl _ ._ 
Monday In November. 
Issue from the San Francisco office. 

Justices of District Court of AppeaL 

ph C. Harrison, of San Francisco, Presiding. 



c' p' M'!l''™''h' 1°' ^^* ^'""- I*''««<<"'>g. 



A J. Buckles, of Sulsun. 

Homer W. Wood. Clerk; G. H. Chase, Deputy 
Clerk; Geo, D Donaldson, Bailiff. 
GovERifOE— George C. Pardee; salary, t6 000 
Private Secretary— A. D. Nye; salary »4 000 
Execntlve Secretary— J. A. Elston; salary, 82.600. 
Lieutenant-Governor— Alden Anderson, ex-officio 

President of the Senate, at »10 per diem. 
Attorney-General— u. S. Webb; salary «3.000. 

First Asslitant-C. N. Post; salary 82 700 
'^'-*^V^*''JJ''"^C°i"'T-Frank C.Jordan; 
""-> Deputy, Frank H. Cory. S2.400. 

Colgan; salary, S3,000; 






Controlleb— Edward 

Deputy, D. A. Mc 

*^°''«30a)'' "'' ^■^^■^^-^''"'■'^s F. Curry; salary. 

Deputy— John Hoesch; salary, »2,700. 
Superintendent of Public Instruction— Thomas 

J. Kirk; salary. S3.000; Deputy, Mrs. T. J. 

Kirk; salary, S2,400. 
Superintendent of state Printing— W. w. Shan- 

°"°: salary. J3.000; John Whicher. Deputy; 

" " I-— Victor H.Woods;saIary,»3,000- 



i Land Office.] 



F. W, Judson; salary, «2.700. 
Accountancy Board— J. Hoesch 
'" " Piatt, Secretary 



res;_8alary.83,000;Depu 



President; Lester Herrlck, P. Maslln, .,„„ 
California jtreet, San Francisco. 
(Oakland). 

Spauldlng, Warren 



Adu _ ^_ 

Trustees— John P. Irish 
G.E.Randolph 



Olne: 
Superintendent- Joseph Sande 

ral— J. B. Lauck, 



I Hospital foe Ch 

ard of DIrectors-J. R. •« 

seslnger, Edward White, O. 



. Montgomery. 



Hale 



Llndley. 



President- Ben 
Secretary— A 

Analyst. STATE-Prof essor W. B. Rising, University 
of California, Berkeley. 

Auditing Board of the Commission op Public 
Works— J. J. Campbell. President, Gait; Geo. 
W. Tatterson. Stockton; Geo. B. Stack, Sacra- 
mento: John Markley. Sonoma; Thomas B. 
Hall. Sacramento, Bernard Mooney, Sacra- 
mento. W. P. Mathews. Sacramento, 

Board of Architecture, 
northern dittrict. southern district 

Seth Babson. President, Octavlus Morgan, Presi- 

r.,. . . ^'"' Francisco. dent, Los Angeles. 

Clinton A. Day, F. L. Roehrlg. Secretary. 

San Francisco. Los Angeles. 



J. P. Kr( 



Los Angele 



lERN DISTRK 



W. S. Hebberd, 



. Seer 
tary. San Francis 

Lionel Deane, 

San Francisco. 
Henry A. Si hultz. 

San Francisco 

Building AND Loan Commissioners— D. W. Field,' 

Los Angeles; Chas. Shortrldge. San Jose Cal ■ 

James L. Fields, Secretary, 397 Bush street' 

San Francisco. 
Deap and Dumb and the Blind Asytitm pob 

(Berkeley). ' ^^^"« "O" 

President Board of Trustees— George W. Reed 

Oakland. ' 

Superintendent — W. Wilkinson 
Debris Commissioneb— W. W. Waggoner. Nevada 

City. 
Dental Exa 

Presldent- 

Secretary— F. G. Baird, 502 Sutter's 



, of Vlsallii. 

Los .^ngrli 



Depar 



Francisco 



OF HlGBw.^s — Nathaniel Ellery, 
mer. Eureka. Cal. 

>ARD OF— Is composed of the Gov- 
iiperlntendent Public Instruction, 
University of California. Professor of 
" 'verslty of California. Principals 



IM JOHN M. KLEIN ElKTBICil CO."^* ™'""' "' ^'"- 



MORQAN, Preside: 

105-107 Battery St, 



^ Light Supplies, Elecirical Engi- 
neering, Contracting and Manu- 
Tel. Main 389 facturing. 



Ofitc^rs al Suu of CAuforou 



MISCELLANI 



INFORMATION. Si>i|uuis, Eomes >nd IsjliL 



49 



BQtJALlZATloN, Board of {OIBce. Sacramento)— 
Mex. Brown. MIltOD. President: W. H. Alford, 
i: H. Beamer and FruDtc Mattlsun; E. P. Colgan, 
r ,„iroller and exolflolo; Chas. M. Cogblan, 
■>.'.ret«ry, Sacramento. 

Examixkrs, Board of— Composed of the Governor. 



the Attorney- 



Secri-lar>-A. J. Plllabury. 
Fkblx Mixdkd Childbik, Houi roK (Eldrldgc, 
Sonoma County). 

Trustees- Bev. Wm. Lyons, Rev. A. C. Banc and 
Vim. Thoma«. San Francisco; Robert A. Poppe, 
Sonoma; C. E. Haven, Sanla Rosa. 

Superintendent and Secretary, Dr. William J. G. 

risB CoMMiasioxEKS— W. W.Van Arsdale. San Fran- 
cisco. W. B. Gerber. Sacramento. 

BaBBOR CO11MI9810SIH9. 

Eureka, Humboldt Bay— J. G. Murray, John S. 

Connlclc. 
Ban Diego— C. W. Oesting, W. H. Prindle. Eur. de 

Burn 
San Francisco (Union Depot and Ferry Building)— 
Chas. H. Spear. President; Henry J. Crocker. 
andJobn D. McKenile, J. C. Foye. Secretary. 

Bsaltb. Board or— Martin Regensburger. Presi- 
dent; F. K. Ainsworth. A. C.Hart, N- K.Foster, 
W. A. Briggs, O. SUmburg, W. L. Wills, S. K. 
Foster, Secretary, Saciamento. 

Borticultcbe. CoMjiissioHiB OP— Elwood Cooper, 
Santa Barbara 

iKsi-RAXCi CoMMissloKKR-E. Myron Wolf, San 
Francisco; OBIce, 401 California street 

Labor Statistics Bcrrau- W. V. Stafford, Com- 
missioner, San Francisco. Office 927 Market 
street. 

LiBRARiAX, State— J. L. GIIUs; Margaret Eastman, 

Mexhocixo St*te Hospital Uklah- Trustees: T. 

A. Templeton, A. Uochbelmer, E. B. Martlnelli 

B. Fehnemann and A. B. Truman. 
MiXEBALOoisT— Lewis E. Aubury, Ferry Bnlldlng, 

San Francisco. 
MiKixo Bdbeau— Thomas B. Bisbop. F. H. Harvey, 

H. T. Power, Frank Monaghan and Jeff E. 

Doollttle: H. S. Uurdcn. Secretary. 
Hapa State Hospital. Napa City— Trustees: K. J. 

Hennessy, liuben M. SwaIn, F. W, Bush. H.J. 

Steres and Hai Goldberg. 



KoRaAL School at Chico. 

Van Llew, Principal. 
Wormal School at Los 

Pierce. Principal. 



KoRXAL School at Sax Fra 



e County— C. C. 
leb— Edward T. 



-Samuel T. Black, 
nsco — Frederic L. 



Burk, Principal. 
Notaries Public.- (See I 
Pilot Comvissioxeeb. Eureka. Humboldt Bay- 
Peter Belcher, H. Kingston and Peter Carsaw. 
Pilot CoHHiasioxEB. San Diego— Krank Abrahams. 
Pilot Commisbioxerb. San Pedro and Wilmington 

— D. W. Weldt. Alexander Smith and John 

Hamilton. 
Pilot Comhibsioxerb. San Francisco. Mare Island 

and Benlcia— Office, 5%) Battery street. M. C. 

Krsklne, H. Z. Howard and K. M. Freeman. 
Pilots — Office— ft20 Battery— Frank Boyd, Thomas 

H. Barber. Stephen Castle, Chas. 



W. Reed, Alex- 
ander Swanson, M. Tyson, George E- Wallace. 

Port Wardex. San Diego— C. H. Davis. 

Poet Wardexb, San FranclBco— Office, Clay Street 
Wharf. It. E. -Nickel. Charles F. Kenncally, 
H. A. TbompaoD and Henry T. Walte. 

Peebtox School op Ixdubtrt. lone, Amador 
County— Trustees: Charles H. Dunion, Preal- 
dent: W. 8. Mathew and E. C. Voorhees. 

pRisnx OiBEOTOKs— TIrey L. Ford, .San Francisco: 
James H. Wllklns. Sao Rafael; Don Ray, Gait 



<. Felton. San Mal< 



and Robert T. 



ComiiBBinxEHs— A.C. Irwin. Marysvllle, 
Orrln Hendenon. Su.ckton: Adam 
Andrew, gan Franrlwo: Jud Brusle, Secre- 
tary. office. F'erry Building. 

REOIBTRAR np V9TEHB— ';■■". I'. A'Initi". t'I'.v Mull 



Pntt.i 



SOUTBERX CaHKORNIA STATE HosPIT 

Suu Bernardino Couuly— H. B. Wilson. Ked- 
lands: E. P. C lark, lllverslde; J. W. A. Off, Los 
Angeles; John McGonlgle, Ventura. 

Warden, San Quentin Prison— J. W. Tompkins. 

Warden, Folsom Prison— ArchlboldYell. 

Stockton State Hospital, Stockton— Trustees: 
Prank K. Lane. L. E. DoHU. ('has. D. Foutana; 
John C. Thompson and George W. Langrldge. 
Asa Clark, M. D., Superintendent ; J. H. Hough. 
Secretary. 

per'sFortTrusteeb- W. W. Greer, w. H. Dev- 
lin, George Vice. H. Lunstedt, W. N. Lamprey. 
rEBBiTY op California— Regents; (iovernor 
George C. Pardee, CharlesW. Slack. J. B^Reln 



Sul 



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, Guy T. Earl, 1. W.Hellman, 



Phoebe 



A. Hearst. J. A. Waymlre. C. Rowcll. Chas. 
Wheeler, Dr C. N. Elllnwood, Garret W. Mc- 
Enerney, A. W. Foster, J. W. McKlnley. Rev. 
Peter C. Torke, F. W. Dohrmann and John A. 
Brittan. 

State Veterinarian- Dr. Chas. Keene. Sacra- 
mento; W. E. D. Morrison, Asslstuut, Los 
Angeles. 

Veterinary Medical Board— W. E. D. Morrison. 
President, Los Angeles; J. J. Streets, Ventura; 
D. F. Fox, Sacramento; H, F. Spencer, San 
Jose, W. J. Oliver, Secretary, Los Angeles, 

Whutier Home for Juvenile Offendkbs- 
Trustees: Dr. Walter LIndley, James Clark and 
Charles Prager, T. B. Von Alstyne, Super- 
intendent. 

Tossvite and Mariposa Bio Trer Guardians- 
Gov. George C. Pardee, ex-olfle.lo President. 
Frank H. Short. Charles S. Glveus, John C. 
Wilson, W. G. Kerchoff. W. H. Metson. W. 
Henshaw and Thoa. A. Hender, J. J. Lermen, 
Secretary. Clans Spreckels Bldg.. San Fran- 
cisco; Miles Wallace. Guardian. 



HOSPITALS, HOMES AND 
ASYLUMS. 

Location of the orphanage. Sun Mateo. Office of the 
Society. 530 Calllorula street, room 32, San Fran- 
■ "" " President, Burllngame; 



Mrs. He 
Mrs. M. S. Wilson, Vice President, ; 
Daniel Drysdale, Secretary, San Francisco; 
Wm. B. Hooper, Treasurer, San Francisco; Miss M. 
I- Tobln, Correspondlug Secretary, San Francisco: 
B. F. LeWarne. Superintendent. San Mateo. 

BoYB' AND Girls' Aid Society. Southeast cor- 
ner Baker and Grove streets. Trustees meet on the 
second Tueaday of coch month- George C. Perkins, 
President: Herbert W. Lewis. Superintendent. 

California OENEBiU. Hospital. Douglass street, 
between eighteenth and nineteenth streets. The 
privilege Is extended to all physicians to bring their 
patients I '" ' 



M. D., Resident Surgeon; W. H. 
Metson, President: Albert Sutton, Secretary and 
TreoBuper; MlssJesale F.Mackenilc, Superintendent 
of Nurses; Miss K. O. Perlne. Matron. 

Chaederb Memorial Ciiinebe Orhuanaue. 
Mrs. N. B. SItton, Matron, 4 Clay avenue. 

Children's Houe Finding Society of Califor- 
MIA, The (Incorporated). Headriuarters. Bl» Market 
street. Receiving Home, Berkeley, Russell, ni-ar 
"^ V- H- W. Brayton, A- M., State 



axd Coumtt Almbhoobe. Off Corbett 
avenue, near Laguna Honda. (See City and County 
Qoremment.) 

City and County Hospital. Potrero avenue, 
near Twenty-second street. (For officcrB, see City 
and County Government,) 

Claba Baetom Hospital, em (leery street. 

Floeenoe Cbittekton Hohe of Sax FBANcmro. 
Directors— Cbaa.N. Crlttenton, President, New York 
City: Geo. 8. Montgomery, Vlce-PrcBldent, 751 Mar- 
ket street; Virginia W- Smiley. M. U., Secretary, 1214 
Hyde atreel; Lucia M- Lane, M- I)., Manager, office 
1214 Hyde street: MIsb Julletta Wright, Matron. 

Febhob Hospital. Point Lobos Avenue between 
Firth and Sixth avenues. Conducted by the French 
oBor-lo, Presl- 



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tecDth and Fourteenth atreets. A. F. Groh, Super- 
intendent. Offlce, 360 Geary street. Owned and 
controlled by the German General Benevolent 
Society. H. C. Jordan, General Agent, 360 Geary 



Lombard street. Samuel Polack, President ; Mrs. M. 
Kaekell, Secretary; A. Scott, Superintendent; Mrs 
A. Scott, Matron. Dr. E. M. Welss.Home Physician. 

HOMB FOR THE AgED OF THE LiTTLE SiSTlKS 

OF THE PooB. Fourth avenue and Lake street. 

Hospital clinics— 
1 Thursdays; Eye. 
ear, nose ana inroat, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 
9 A. M. Dispensary, 741 Brannan street. Dis- 
pensary clinics are held dally from 9 to 10 i. M., 
and from 3 to 4 p. M. Mrs. W. B. Harrington, 
President; Mrs. L. L. Dunbar, Treasurer; Mrs. C. E. 
Holmes. Recording Secretary; Mrs. J.L. Llllenthal, 
Corresponding Secretary; H. T. Crabtree. M. D., 
Resident Physician; Dorothen Watson. Physician In 
charge of Dispensary; Miss KIttman, Clerk. 

King's Datjghtebs' Home foe iNODRiBLES. 
317 Francisco street. Mrs. E. M. Cofer, President; 
Mrs. Richard Brown, Recording Secretary and 
Superlntendei "' - - - 



TreasuT 
HOSPITAL. A department of Cooper Medical 
liege. Southeast corner Clay and Webster streets. 
■. C. N. Elllnwood. Treasurer. 
Little Sisters' Infant Shelter. 512 Minna 



Maria Kip Obpbanage. Northeast corner of 
Seventh avenue and Lake street. Miss Carrie Gwin, 
President; Mrs. Thomas P. Woodward. Secretary; 
Mrs. Sidney Worth. Treasurer; Miss Mary Heath, 
Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. Alice M. Fox, Superln- 



Msry Patton, Superintendent. 
Mateb Misebicobdi-e. 33 Rlncon place. This 
L>u8e of protection and refuge for young women 
r good reputation Is under the charge of the Sisters 

McKinley Orphanage (formerly San Francisco 

Ineteenth street. H. 

Truman, Treasurer; 
;Call Building. 
it Hospital. 1220 Sutter street. 



girls. Conducted by the Sisters of Charity of St. 
Vlnceatde Paul. 

Mount St. Joseph's Orphan Astlum (Roman 
Catholic). N street south between Eighteenth and 
Twentieth avenues. Under the charge of the 
Sisters of Charity. 

Mount ZiON Hospital. 2311 Sutter street. Will- 
iam Haas, President; Meyer H. Levy, Secretary, 
" " Bertha Cohen, Su- 

HoME. 1113 Hyde street. 

Oi.D Ladies' Home. See Protestant Episcopal Old 
Ladles' Home, also University Mound, Old Ladles' 
Home. 

Old People's Home of San Frakcisoo. '2507 
Pine street. Board of Lady Managers— Mrs. Eugene 
Breese, President; Mrs. J. A. Watt, Secretary; Mrs. 
Wm. H. Dick. Treasurer; Rev. Charles McKelvey, 
Superintendent and Chaplain; Mrs. Charles 
McKelvey. Matron, M. E. Rumwell, Physician. 
Business meetings of the Board •f Lady Managers 
are held on the first Wednesday of each month at 
10:30 A.M. Board of Trustees— William H. Crocker, 
President; Mrs. J. A. Watt. Secretary. 

Odb Ladt'8 Home. For Aged and Infirm Fe- 
males. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. A per- 
manent building Is being erected In Frultvale, 
Alameda County. Present location, Rlncon place, 
adjoining St. Mary's Hospital. 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home 
Society. Asylum— East side of Devlsadero street, 
between Hayes and Grove. Formed for the care, 
relief, protection and Improvement of orphan child- 
ren, and for the care of aged Israelites who are with- 
out adequate mi ' "" ' " " 



of support. S. W. Levy, Presl- 
Meyer H. Levy. Secretary; David Michael. Col- 
lector; Henry Mauser, Superintendent; Mrs. Henry 
Mauser, Matron. The Home for Aged Israelites (a 
branch of the Society) Is located at the corner of 
Silver avenue and Mission street. Mrs. Johanna 
Levy, Matron. Secretary's offlce. 436 O'Fftrrell. 



Pacific Hospital. Stockton and Chestnut 
streets. H. A. Hess, M. D., Surgeon In Charge; 
John Hemphill, D. D., President; Frank S. Ford, 
Secretary. A benevolent corporation open to all 



Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies' Home. The. 
Golden Gate avenue, between Central and Masonic 
avenues. Established for the permanent care and 
maintenance of poor, aged or infirm women who are 
members of the Episcopal Church. 

Quarantine Hospital. Angel Island. 

Beceitino Hospitals. (See Board of Health.) 

San Francisco Children's Orphanage. 4045 
Twenty-fifth street. President. D. S. O'Brien; Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. E. L. Wadham. Office, 927 
Market street. 

San Francisco Ladies' Protection and Relief 
Society. Franklin street, between Post and Geary. 
Mrs. S. W. Dennis, President; Miss Kate F. Hutch- 
inson, Vice-President; Mrs. J. H. Deerlng, Record- 
ing Secretary; Mrs. P. B. Cornwall. Corresponding 
Secretary; Mrs. Chas. "" ■ " 



S.N Francisco Lyi 



Will 

-in-Hospital and Found- 
r. Twenty-ninth and Point 
Lobos avenues. Dr. Lucia M. Lane and Dr. Virginia 
W. Smiley, physicians In charge; Dr. Emily G. Har- 

San Francisco Maternity. 1217 Harrison 
street. 

San Francisco Nursery for Homeless Chil- 
dren. 1534 Mission street. Mrs. Jacob Bertz, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Guy E. Manning, Secretary; Mrs, J. J. 
Theobald. Treasurer; Mrs. M. J. Hut'berl. Matron. 
A non-sectarian home for little ones under twelve 

San Francisco Protestant Orphan Asylum 
Society. Halght street, between Laguna and Bu- 
chanan. Mrs. Wm. Ashburner, President; Mrs. Al- 
bert T. Spotts, Secretary; Mrs. D W. Horsburgh, 
Treasurer; Mrs. E. A. McNear, Matron. 

Southern Pacific Company General Hospital. 
West side of Mission street, between I4th and 15th. 
Frank K. AInsworth, Chief Surgeon. 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan Asylum. 
Buena Vista and Central avenues. For the care, 
id education of orphans, half-orphinfl 



Vista 



s Hospital. Established In 1 



Vale 



St. Luke' 

cla street near junction of Mission street. A. 
N. Drown, President: Rev. J. F Trlvett. Superin- 
tendent; W. C. Chllson. M. D., Resident Physician 
and Surgeon; a general hospital under the auspices 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church and manage- 
ment of a Board of Directors. J. A. Emery.Treasurer, 
731 California street. 

St. Mary's Hospital. Corner Bryant and First 
streets. Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 

St Thomas Hospital. 800 Page stree . 

St. Vincent Hospital, corner 2l8t and Howard 
George H. Jullly. Resident Physician; 



. Sinclair, 



nager. 



Offlce 121 Geary s 



Twenty-sixth Street Hospital 
and County Government.) 

University Mound Old Ladies' Home. Univer- 
sity street, between Felton and Wayland. University 
Mound tract. H. Gutzclt, President ; Robert Mc- 
Elroy. Treasurer ; E. W, Newhall, Secretary. 

Veteeans' Home of California. Is a 
Home for disabled volunteer soldiers and s 



(See City 



State 



appointed by the Governor of the State. 

Every worthy officer, soldier, sailor, or marine, who 
Is a bona fide resident of the State, and who honor- 
ably served In the Army or Navy of the United 
States In any war in which the country has 
been engaged, and who is In indigent 



age. 






received in service, is Incapable of self-support, shall 
be entitled to admission Into the Home, subject to 
the laws of the State of California and to the regula- 
tions prescribed by the Board of Directors for its con- 
trol and management. Directors' offlce,320 Sansome 
street. San Francisco. Directors: S. W. Backus, 
President; W. J. Ruddick, Vice-President; S. J. 
Loop, J. C. Currier. Chas. H. Bllnn, Hugh M. 
Burke, Sol. Cahen. W. L. Duncan, Geo. W^ Strohl, 
George Stone; John F. Sheehan Secretary; 



Treasurer. Location of Home- 
Home (Postoffice), Napa County, Cal. 
Station. Yountvllle.) Col. Geo. W.Walts, i 
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; Capwln Ray Clark. Chief Engineer. 

>UTH«' DlKiCTORT. 3561 Nineteenth street. 
ThU Institution comprises a Free Intelligence Bu- 
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LABOR AND TRADES UNIONS. 



tpreckels Building 927 Market. Telephone, South 
47. Eiecutlve and Arbitration Committee meets 
ivery Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, at head- 
luartcrs. Organliing Committee meets every M and 
th Wednesday evenings. Label Committee, 2d and 
th Wednesday evenings. Law and Legislative Com 
ulllce, Wednesday evenings. 

BiOOiUE MasSIKOHS AKD TRANsriB MkN. 

d and 4th Tuesdays, 915^ .Market. 
Baiibs axd Cokfectioneks, No. 24. 1st and 
d Saturdays. 1159 Mission. Headquarters, 1155 

IUkeks' Helpers, No. 94. 2d and 4th Saturdays. 
1159 .Mission. 

Bakikt Waook Deitebs. 1st and Sd Saturdays, 

Bakebs. So. 125 (Cracker Bakers) 1st and 3d 
Mondays. 120 O'Farrell. 

Bakebs, No. 274 (Pie Bakers) 2d and 4th Tues- 
<layi. 1749 Mission. 

Bakiks, No. 321 (French and Italian) 2d and 4th 
Tuesd»)s. 310 PaclBc. 

BBEB8, No. 143. Every Monday, 32 O'Farrell. 
bbeb Shop Pobtebs axd Bath Hoose Tend- 

1st and 3d Wednesdays. 117 Turk. 
BTENDBBs No. 41. Evcry 
Beadciuarters, 1504 Markel 

AKCH 1. BbeWEBT WoRKHEN (BeeB B0TTLEB8) 

!93. lat and 3d Tuesdays. 1159 Mission. 
EH Dbitebs, Locai, No. 2'27, Bbahcb I (Keg 
Drivers) 1st Wednesday, 1159 Mission. Branch 
2 I Keg Beer Drivers) 3d Wednesday, ll.'>9 Mis- 
Branch No. 6 (Bottle Beer Drivers) 2d and 
4th Thursdays. 1159Mlsalon. Headquarters of Local 
■Jo. K7. 935 Markel. room 12. 
Ueib Bottlebs, So. 293. Ist and 3d Tuesdays, 
1.59 .Mission. 

Bicycle ahd Autohobile Mechahics. -id and 
4th Thursdays. 9ISK Market 

BixDEBv Women. Local No. 124. Ueeii 3d 
Tuesdays. 120 O'Farrell. 

Blacesmitbs, (Ship and Machine) No. 168. 1st 
»nd3d Wednesdays. 120 O'Farrell. 

BLArKsaiTHs. (Carriage) No. 99. 2d and 4tb 
Thursdays. ll:<.1 Mission. 



Monday. 



Eddy. 



Blac 



2d and 4th 
Ist and 3d Mondays, 518 Broadway. 



BOILEBMAKIBS ABU 

d and 4th Thursdays. 121 New Montgo 

BOILEBBAEEBS AXD IBU.H SBIP BI 



icry. 



!. Oc- 

CIDE.STAL LolxiE. No 65. Helpers' Division. '2d and 
4th Tuesdays, I'iOO'Farrell. Headquarters, 87 Third, 

Local No. 31. 1st and 3d Fridays, 

Every Wed- 

Thursdays, 

4th Friday, 



120 O'Farrell. 

Bo<rT AXD Shoe Ci'TTEBs. 
nesday. IIK O'Farrell. 

Boot akd Shoe Wubkebs, 
IJOO'Karrell. 

Boot awi> 8hoe Repaibebs, No. 320. 4 
1155 Mission. 

Bottle Cakbbs. 1st and 3d Fridays 



120 O'Farrell. 



imoSawyebs, NO.I5J. Every Monday, 
■ BBS. 2d and 4Ch Thursdays, 1138 



WoBBMBlc, UxlTEij. Headquarters. 
:ebs. Isl and 3d Mondays, 915X Market. 



day; Juniors, 1st and 3d Tuesdays; Joint Executive 
Board every Monday. Meetings at 1504 Market 
street. Headquarters, r..omB 25-26, Mayre Law Build- 
ing. Telephoue South 878. 
Botcbeb Dbitebs (Wholesale) 1st and 3d Tues- 

Carpenters, No. 483. Every Monday, 915H, 
Market. 
Carpenters. No. 1082. Every Friday. 909 Market. 
„ ■ - 1 3d Thursdays, 1133 



Mission 

Cabbiaob a.v 
and 3d Tuesday 



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Cehetert Employes. Ist and 
Hall, Ocean View. 

ClOARMAKEKS, No.228. IstaudSi 
Mission. 

Cleaning ano Dyeing Waooh Drivers, Nc 
2d and 4th Thursdays, Harmony Hall, Brie 



1 Tuesdays, 1133 
Mondays, Wolf's 
Jd Tuesdays, Vies 



each mom 

Cooks' Un 
Headquarters, 



, 117 Turk. 

^L Teleqba 

32 O'Farrell, 



», No. 9. 2d and 4tb 
No. 34. Last Sunday 
very Thursday, at 
10. Every Wednes- 



CoopKRs. No. 28 (Slack Work Coopers). 2d Wed- 
nesday, 1133 Mission. 

CooPEBS, No. 65. 2d and 4th Thursdays, B. B. Hall, 
121 Eddy. 

CooPEBS (Machine) No. 131. 2d and 4tb Mondays. 



3d Wednesdays, riO -j 



day, 117 Turk 

Cbacker Paokkrs, 
O'Farrell. 

Drug Clerks, No. 472. Ist and 3d Fridays at 
headquarters. 31 Second. 

Dyers and Cleaners 1st and 3d Tuesdays. 
Loyola Hall, 10th and Market. 

Electrical Woreebs, No. 283 (Trimmers. Station 
and Service Men) Every Tuesday. Alcaiar Bulld- 

dal tVOBKEBS, No. 151 (Linemen) Every 
Tuesday, 35 Eddy. 

Enoineebs. No. 618. Amalgamated Society of 
1st and 3d Saturdays, 102 C" 



"■I-l'b' 



days, 120 
Floitr 
Evcry 



r Handlers, No. 59. 

I'Farrell. 



L Employes, No. 6i. 
II59 Mission. 
CB Laukdbt Workers No. 23. Isl Thurs- 
day, at headquarters, 935 Markel Room 8. 

Furniture. Carpet and Drapery Salesmen. 
Local, No. 733. 1st and 3d Wednesdays, Pli^neer 
Building, 4lb street. 

Furniture and Piano Dbivebs and Helpers. 
1st and 3d Thursdays. 117 Turk. 

Garbent Ci'ttebs, Isl and Sd Thursdays, \20 
O'Farnll. 

Gabxbnt Wobebbs, No. 131. Every Thursday. 
120 O'Farrell. Headquarters, room 419, Emma 
Spreckels Building, 927 Market, 1 to 8 p. m. 

Oas Woekebs, No. 9840. 2d and 4lh Thursdays. 
35 Eddy. 

Glass Bottle Blowers. 2d and 4lb Saturdays, 
EIntracbl Hall, Twelfth and Folsom. 

Oluve Workers. Istand3d Frldays,320'Farrell. 



102 O'Farrell. 

HAT-rERs. Ist Tuesdays 
October, 69 City Hall Avenu 



F'very Wednesday, 
lunry, April, July, 



AH (Miscellaneous) 
No. 110. 2d and 4th Wednoadays, 102 O'Farrell; 
headquarters, 213 Stevenson. 

I<E Waoon Dbivebs and Hklpirs. Every Mon- 
day, 7 Marshall 644uarc. 

Ironmoldbbb. No. 164. Evcry Tuesday 11.13 
Mission. 

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Joudaye. South San Francisco. Baden. 

Leatherworkers on Hobse Goods. No. 57 
Dvery Thursday, 927 Mission. 

-LiTHOGRAPBEES, No. 17. 2d and 4th Wednesdays 
20O'FarrelI. 

Machine Hands, No. 2 
llcazar Building. 120 O'Fan 



beadquarte 



No. 
, 1159 Mission. 



[ and 4th Fridays, 
Every Wednesday, at 



1 Thursdays, 1169 Mls- 

ERS. Every Wednesday, room 

No. 128. 1st and 3d Mondays, 

(Grill Wokkers) Ist and 3d 

1st and 3d Tuesdays, 2 p m., 
liruelll Mail, near Hve-Mlle House, Mission Road. 
Headquarters. 602 Commercial. 

Milk DKtvEKs. No. 22ii. Every Wednesday. 117 
Turk. Secretary's headquarters, 927 Market, room 
201. 

MoLi.nKS. No. Iii4. Every Tuesday, 1133 Mission; 



Fridays, 



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Poultry and Game Dressers. Every Tuesday, 
102 O'Farrell. 

Pipe and Tank Makers, No. 374. Every Monday, 
i City Hall ;■ 

.. -. . I j^ Mondays, 



, No. 24. 
. 9120. 2d Thursday, 



Reed and Rattan Woeki 
Tuesday, 117 Turk. 

Range Workers, No. 83. Ist and 3d Tuesdays. 
117 Turk. 

Retail Clerks, No. 432. Every Tuesday. Mar- 
shall Hall. Pioneer Bulldlne. 24 Fourth. 

Retail Delivery Drivers. Local No. 278. 2d 
and 4th Tbursdays,320'Farrell. Headquarters, Odd 
Fellows' Building, room 6. 

KopE AND CORDAGE WORKERS. 2d and 4th Thurs- 
days, 24tb and Folsom, Mangle's Hall. 

Retail Shoe Clerks. No. 410. Wednesdays, 120 



ar Building. 
, 121 Eddv. 

Sailors' Union of the Pacific. Mondays, 
at headquarters. Mission and East. 

Sanitaey Wagon Drivers. 2d Sunday, 2 p. m., 
and 4th Saturday. 423 Broadway. 

Ship and Steamship Joiners. No. 21. 2d and 
4th Thursdays, 20 Eddy. Headquarters, 14 Folsom. 

Ship Drillers. 2d and 4th Wednesdays. 1159 
Mission. 

Shipwrights and Calkers. Ist and 3d Wednes- 
days, 1320 Howard. 

Soap. Soda and Candle Woekebs. 1st and Sd 
Wednesdays. 3541. Eighteenth. 

Soda and Mineral Water Bottlers. 1st Fri- 
day, 24 Fourth. 

Soda and Mixebal Water Wagon Drivers, 
No. 546. 1st and 3d Tuesdays. 117 Turk. 

Sheet Metal Workebs, Local No. 249 (Can- 
makers). Every Wednesday, 120 O'Farrell. Head- 
quarters, 509 Seventh. 

Ladies' Auxiliary No. 1 to Local No. 249. 

Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers (Can 
Makers) 1st and 3d Fridays, 1133 Mission. 

Shippers, Packers and Porters. Every Thurs- 



Monday, 120 O'Farrell. 
and Third Tuesdays. 11 a. 



O'Farrell'. 
Steam Fitters and Helpi 
rednesdays, 7 Marshall Sqi 



Every Thursday, 120 



1st and 3d Mondays, 



12(1 O'Farrell. 

Steeeotypers 
Monday, 32 O'Far 



Electbotypeks, No. 29. 3d 



Stove Mounters. 1st Sunday. 2717 Mariposa. 

Street Railway Employes. Amalgamated 
Association of. Division No. 205. Every Thursday, 
731 Market. Headquarters. 927 Market, room 510. 

Sugar Workers. Ist and 3d Wednesdays and 
2d Sunday, U^S Mission. 

Tailors. Local No. 2. 2d and 4th Mondays. 120 
O'Farrell. 

Teamsters. Brotherhood of, No. 85. Th 
days, 1159 Mission. Headquarters, 690 Fourth. 

■Earners No. 9. Every Wednesday, Twei 
fourth and Potrero avenue. 

Tankers No. 17. Alternate Mondays, Masonic 



Hall, BenlclB 

Theatrical Stage Emplo 
and third Tuesday, 2 p. M.. 414 M 



16. First 
Tobacco Workers. '244 Fremont: at caH'of Sec- 



Travelers' Goods & Leather Novelty Work- 
ers 2d and 4th Tuesdays. 3.i43 Eighteenth 

Trunk and Bag Workers. Second and fourth 
Tuesdays.Turner Hall. 3343 Eighteenth, bet. Valen- 



1 Kearny, rooms 



First and third 



WAIT2RS Union No. 30. Every Wednesday, at 
headquarters, 110 Turk. 
Web Pressmen. First Monday, 120 O'Farrell. 

TURE Makers) 2d' and 4th Wednesdays. 1133 Mission. 

Wool Sorters and Graders. 1st and 3d Wed- 
nesdays, 1133 Mission. 

Wine and Lkjdoe Wobkers. 2d and 4th Thurs- 
days. Alcazar Bldg. 



BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL. 



927 Mission. E: 
evenlnd. Busli 
4:30. Phone Sc 

927 Mission. 



Alternate Fridays. 
Workers No. 267. 



58. 2nd and 4th Fridays. 1133 Mission. 
Bridge and Structural Ironworkers. Every 



Every Wednesday. 



121 Eddy. 

Brick. Tile anu Terra Cotta Wobkers No. 62. 
Fridays. South San Francisco. 

Building Mateeial Teamstebs. No. 216. Every 
Friday. 1320 Howard. 

Cabpkntees No. 22. Every Friday. 927 Mission. 

Carpenters No. 95. Every Tuesday. 423 Broad- 
way. 

Carpenters No. 304. Every Friday. Alcazar 
Bldg. 

Carpenters No. 423. (Mlllmen). Every Tuesday, 
9-27 Mission. 

Carpenters No. 616. (Stalrbullders.) Every 
Friday. 915>i Market. 

Carpenters' No. 800 (Amalgamated). Alternate 
Fridays. No. 9'27 Mission. 

Carpenters No. 1082. Fridays. 909 Market. 

Carpet Mechanics. 1st and 3d Fridays, 7 Mar- 

927 Mis- 



SArslFORD G. LENA/ALD CO. 

FULL WEIGHT DEALERS in FOREIGN and DOMESTIC J735.J743 Q'Farrell StrsBt 



-GOAL. 



WEST 1000 



BULLOCK & JONES COMPANY 

Direct Importers of Fabrics and Fashions loe-ios Sutter st. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Uurarj, ScieDlific, £tc. 



In HenkB Uall. S4; SBVcnlcenth. 

Casters and Modeliks. 2<; 

Mlimlun. 
r. COSSTRICTO 

.•0'F«rrcn. 

K Opkbatuks. Every Wednesday, 



Ut and 3d Wed- 



WOKKIKS. No 



Every Wednesday, 
8. Every Monday, 



COBDICTOKS AND STAtTIRS. 1st and 

120 OFarrell. 

11 ConrosiTiox KooFiRs. 1st and 5d 

. 1320 Huward. 

K Handlers. 3d an i 4th Mondays, 927 



Every Wedesday, 927 

IE Bangers. 2d and 

L Glass Workers. 

2d and 4th Fridays. 130 O'Far- 



. W7 Mission. 

AND UR.NAXl 
esday. 92: Mission. 



tERs, No. 59. Every Friday, S2 

>VEB8. Every Wednesday, 1749 Mission, 

■' Protective Association. 1st and 

1133 Mission. 

■ Protective Union, No. 8944. Every 

utonia HaU, 1320 Howard, 

.>io. 65 (Wood, Wire and Metal), Every 

, 117 Turk. 

Second 

1 Tuesday, 927 Mission. 
, So. 422. Every Tuesday, Twelrth and 

c;nT», So, 7M. Alternate Fridays, 927 

Cotters and Finisbers, No. 44. 2d and 
) K, 117 Turk. 

koRKERs, No. 104 (Amalgamated Sheet). 
Krldays, Vi\ Sew Montgomery. Uead- 
m Mai kcL rooms 23^ 24. 
. cjRKERH, No. 279 (Amalgamated Sheet). 
I uesdays, 927 ■•" ' - 



Rs. 1st 



1 3d Wednesdays, nW4 



;o. 66. Every Monday, 1159 Mission. 
SAND Steak Fitters Association. 
esdays. 32U'Farrell. 
. RoorERs. First and third Tues- 

I Nu. 510. Every Tuesday, 927 Mls- 

tEERs, So. 64. Every Monday. 120 

ATio» (Journeymen). 

3d Saturdays, Nineteenth 

CoVRRiES. 1st and Sd Mon- 



FHdays, 121 Eddy 



ip2 0'Farrell. 

I CHS AND Polishers, No. 134. Every 
' 1 Marshall Sqaare. 

iRVERs AND Modelers' Association. 
Kriday, 927 Mission. 

hBADE Workers Isl and Sd .Mondays, 



ia State Federation of Labor. Head- 
!7 Market, room 226. Sec'y.Treas.' hours, 
Afflllaled with the American Feders- 
.r Eiecutlre Council— President, Hsrry 
San Francisco; First Vice-President, T. 
r. Oakland; Second Vice-President, Sick 
Francisco; Third Vice-President, D. U. 
acramento; Fourth Vice-President, .J, 
Ssn .lu.e; Fifth Vice-President, C. W. 
s.ii v.. ^.. ssUi VIcePresId.-nt. .1. C. 



. Slilllh. 92; Mnrkt 



LIBRARIES. 



teomraphical Society ok tbe Pacific. Otflclnl 
liosltory for all charts Issued by the U. S. Oeologl- 
Survey. 419 California street, Koom 2.S, 



Iariners' Free Riadinq Room. Northeast c< 
■ Sacramento and Drumm streets. In connectl 
;h the Mariners' Church, Open dally from 9 a. 



Mkroantile Library Association. 2*2.3 Sutter 
street. Library contains 80.001) volumes. Offlcire— 
D. E. Miles, President; George K. Fitch, Vice-Pres- 
ident; F. J. Lane, Treasurer; Latham McMullIn, 
Secretary; Frederic J. Smith, Librarian; Trustees; 
Pelham W. Ames. John C. Currier, C. K. Bonestcll, 
John S. Drum. Webster Jones. 

Norwegian Library, 913 Geary street. Klaus 
Olsen, Librarian. 

Public Library, The. Northeast wing of tlj. 
New City Hall; entrance, McAllister street, vv- 
poslteHyde. Branches-No. 1, 2664 Mission utrt-it. 
IBth street bet Pond and Prosper; No. 3, 1505 Po« . ii 
corner 4. 2.54 Fourth avenue; No. 5. Northwest strt-.-i ; 
No. Fourth and Clara streets; No. 6,2l:« Sacraiocuto 
street. The Library and branches contain l.iO.OOII 
volumes. They are open dally from 9 a.m. to 9 p. m. 
(For ofHcers see City and County (iovernment.) 

Delivery Stations: A— 145 Broad street; B— Cor- 
ner 19th and Kentucky streets; C— 1301 Castro street; 
I>-9lh Avenue near H street; E— 1200 Rallroail 
avenue; F— 1613 Polk street. 

San Francisco Codnty Medical Society Li- 
Bldg. 



J. H. Dcerlng, Librarian 
HAW Trade Library. 632 Market street. 
fRLLsFARoo Library Association. N. E. 
■ Second and Mission streets. 



LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, ETC. 

Autocrat cuii. Tiik. -Continuing the Oliver 
Wendell lloliiics Society (organised 18%), L. .1. 
PInkson, President; RolllnC. Ayres, Vice-President; 
Franklin C. Mortimer, Secretary, care of The Bank 
of California, 

Astronovical Socirtt of the Pacific R19 
Market street. F. R. Zlcl, Secretary and Treasurer, 
308 California street. 

Bar Association op Sam Francisco. Organized 
April '20, 1872. Objects— To maintain the honor and 
dignity of the profession of the law, to Increase Its 
usefulness In promoting tbe due administration of 
Justice, to cultivate social Intercourse among Its 
members, and to procure and maintain a library for 
their use. Rooms, .530 California street. W. S. Good- 
fellow. President; W. B. Cope, Senior Vice-Presi- 
dent; Curtis H, Lindley. Junior Vice-President; 
George J, Martin, Secretary; John M. Burnett, 
Treasurer, 

Calipobma Acadbmy op Sciences, Organized 
May 16, Ts.'iS. Academy of Sciences Building, 819 

. . „ J jiolera. President; Alphcus 

" ; Otto von Ocldern, 2nd Vice- 
President; J. O'B. Ounn, Corresponding Secretary; 
J. W. Hobson, Recording Secretary ; L. H. Foote. 
Treasurer; Loula Falkeuau, Librarian; Leverett M. 
Loomis, DIrectorof Museum. The regular meetings 
of the Academy are held on the Orst and third Mon- 
day evenings of tbe month. Museum open from 10 
A. M. to 4 p. M. dally, except Sundays and holidays. 
Free to the public. 

California Association of Civil Engineers. 
191 Crocker Building. E. J. Molera, President; V 
T, Newberry, Secretary. 

California Historic Oenralooioal Society. 
Meetings held quarterly on the Brsl Saturday In Jan- 
uary, April. July and October of each year, Heriii 
Folger, President, " _ ^ ^ . . 

First Vice Preside 



6an Francisco; O. 



M. MERIGAN 



Gives Estimates on House Paint- 
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Secretary; Mrs. Walter D. Mansfield. Librarian, San 






Soci] 



(See Llbra- 



Califoknia Phahmaceutical Society. G. E. 
Bacon, President; John Calvert. Secretary, 344 Four- 

California Society of Public Accountants. 
A. G. Piatt. President; Norman McLaren. Vice-Pres- 
ident; Lester Herrlck, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Office. 834 Merchants Exchange. 

California State Bar Association. R. E. 
Ragland, President; I. E. Jarrett, Secretary, Chron- 



Den 



Associatio 



Dr. 



:.uran Pease, Oakland, Corresponding Secrertary. 
California State HoM(EOPATalc Medical So- 

■ 1 May, 



San 



I Barbara. S. S Sale 



g, M. D.. Sec- 



retary. Spring Valley Bldg. 

California State Mining Bureau. Union Depot 
and Ferry Building. Organized under Act of Legis- 
lature approved April 16, 1880. The museum con- 
tains many rare and Interesting minerals and mine 
models. The library connected with the museum 
Is on the same floor. Open dally free to the public 
from 9 A. H. to 5 p. M.. except Sundays and holi- 
days. Trustees meet on Tuesday preceding the 10th 
of every month. Lewis E. Aubury. State Mlneralo- 
J. M. Cllne, Curator and Secretary of the 
es; Charles S. Scott, Librarian. 






Cal 



Pio 



Meetings held on the first 
month ut 3 o'clock p. M., Ii 
Pioneer Place. 
Geographical Society of Californ 
building. ObJ( 



Soci! 
nd third Mondays of each 
parlor ' "■ 



Pioneer Hall, 5 



Academy 
nlatlon of 
geographical knowledge, and the dissemination of It 
for the benefit of commerce, navigation and society 
generally. Samuel W. Holladay, President; P. Mac 
Kwen. Secretary. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific. 419 
California street, office 23. Prof Georee Davidson, 
President; John Partridge, Secretary; E J. Molera, 
Foreign Corresponding Secretary; Harry Durbrow, 

International Brotherhood League. Head- 
quarters. Brotherhood Hall, 310 OFarrell street. J. 
H. Fussell. President. 

LiGUE N itionaleFeancaise. Meets third Mon- 
day of each month at Spring Valley Building, cor. 
Geary and Stockton streets. A. Goustlaux, Presi- 
dent; Miss M. GIvaudan. Librarian and Secretary. 
The library belonging to the society contains about 
twenty-lJve thousand volumes. Open dally from 12m. 






31 Post street. The society has 
containing 100.000^ 
tiflc works, and a reading room well supplied with 
the leading scientific and literary periodicals of the 
day. Any person may become a member, being ac- 
ceptable to the Board of Trustees, by paying an 



iltlatlon fee of : 
vance. The Institute also 
Pavilion. In which, under th 

stltute, the annual Industrial Expositions are held. 
R. J. Taussig. President; Lewis R. Mead, Vlce- 



1..W quarterly dues, 
" Mecha 
iisplces of 



Librarian; Joseph I 

Nai-y League of the U. S. (S. F. Section No. 
15). meets at Chamber of Commerce. In Merchants 
Exchange Building, on 2d Wednesday of every 
second month beginning with February. Edward 
Mills Adams. Chairman of Section, Geo. C. Sargent, 
Secretary and Treasurer, ISO Montgomery. 

Medical Society of the State of Califob- 
NiA. Meets annually on the third Tuesday of April. 
Frank L. Adams. Oakland. President; Philip Mills 
Jones, Secretary; Room 1 Y. M C. A. Bldg. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Society. See Auto- 
crat Club. 

Pacific Coast Forest. Fish and Game Associ- 
ation. 37 Phelan Building. Wllllan 
son. President; James D. Phelan, 1 
Ignatz Stelnhart, Treasurer; W. de 
Secretary 

PuTLHiSTORlAN DEBATING SOCIETY. ThIs Organi- 
zation has been In existence since October. 18fi3. Its 
object Is the cultivation of oratory and literature 



1 Greer Harrl- 
Ice-Presldent; 
St Paul-Seltz, 



Monday evening at 
street. The otticers 
Idem; J. W. Beretta, 
Secretary; E. O. Met 
" I Fras 



Midieil and Dental Colleges. 



D. J. Mahony, Pres 
e-rresldent; D. T. Murphy 
, Treasurer. 



.Soci 



Dr. H. R. Arndt, President; Dr. Edith Wells, Seer 
tary; Dr. Laura B. Hurd. Treasurer. Meetings he 
second Friday of each month. 

San Francisco County Medical Society. Mcetl 
In Y. M. C. A. Building second Tuesday of each 
month at 8;30 p. m. Emmet Rlxford, M. D., PresI 
dent; H. E. Alderson M. D., Secretary. 

San Fbancisco County Society of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons. A. J. Atkins. M. D., Presl 
dent. Will Ballev. M. D.. Secretary. Meetings held 
at 502 Parrott Building, first and third Wednesday ol 
each month 

San Fra 



Microscopical 



Room 16, third floor, Mill- 



Montgomery St 

Sierra Club 
Bldg. 

Society of Californi 

Rooms, Pioneer Building. 



the Society are to collect and preserve Information 
connected with the early settlement and subsequent 
conquest of the country, and to perpetuate the 
ory of those whose sagacity, energy and enterprise 
Induced them to settle In the wilderness t 
the founders of a new State, and also th 
scendants of members. All who were In California 
prior to the first day of January, 1850, are eligible 









^ rendered distinguished 
the Society or State i 

Regular meetings 
: Monday of ( 



admitted as honorary me 
of the Society take pla 

month. Annual election of officers on the 7th ol 
July, the anniversary of the conquest of California 
' -' -^ -. -^ American flag on Its soil. 

! 9th of September, the an- 
" 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— John 
M. Burnett. President; A. B. McCreery, San Francis- 
co; Robert Thompson, San Francisco; WIlllHra H. 
Knight. Oakland; John Q. Packard, Marvsvllle. T. 
EUard Beans. San Jose, Vice-Presidents; F. W. Tal- 
lant. Treasurer: John I. Spear, Secretary; William 
Duncan. Marshal, Directors— Henry 



R. Cotton, Silas M. Colll_,. . 

Henry L. Byrne. E. T. Kruse, Frank J 

Harry T. GIbbs, Robert A. Dean. 

State Hoard of Pharmacy of Califoeni_ 
Office 344 Fourteenth street. Members: J.J Crowly, 
" " J. Finger, John Calvert, E.J. Molony, 



C. H. Rowle\ 

Technical Society of the Paci 
Meets In Mechanics' Library Building, 31 
flrst Friday of each month. George 
President; Otto von Geldem. Secretary. 



nc Coast. 
Post street, 
W. Dickie, 



HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

Street, TeL South 163. 



Maclean. 

'-■!o$ 
Fran 

Valencia streets. Winslow Anderson. 

Ident: D. A. Hodghead, M. D.. Dean, 1025 Sutter 

street: A. E. Osborne. Secretary. 

Cooper Medical College. Northeast cor 
Sacramento and Webster streets. Founded Ir 
as the Medical Department of the University < 
Pacific. Endowed and named Cooper Medica 
io^e In 1882 by the late Professor L. C. Lane. Henry 
Gibbons. Jr.. M. D.. Dean. 930 Polk stree 



MEDICAL AND DENTAL 
COLLEGES. 

California College of Osteopathy. Dr. Isai 
Burke, Secretary: 1368 Geary street. 

California College of Pharmacy. Parnassus 
avenue. Affiliated with the University of California 
June 18, 1373. G. E. Bacon, Ph. G.. President: V 
Searby. Ph. C, Secretary and Dean, 400 Sutter st 
California Medical Collboe. The. 146fi Fol- 
between Tenth and Elevehth streets. Daniel 
rl. D.. President and Dean. Donohoe Bu 
' Market and Taylor streets. 
: of Physicians and Surgeons of S 
». Fourteenth street, between Mission and 



Ihe international Mercantiie & Trust Co. 



Collections made tliroughout the United States 



Parrott Brdg. 



STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

SS?f2« 316 >HD 318 URKU STBEET 



Itdiu) aid DtnUI Colltgn. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Prateotive ABSoetaUoos. 



COLLKOE OF PBYSICIAN8 

iAKClsco. ThoB. Morffew, 
). D. S., President; Chas. Boxlon. D. D. S.. Dean, 
''ourteentb street, between Mission and Valencia 

Dbmtal Dkpabtmknt of th» Uwivebsitt of 
ULtFOKNiA. ABlllated Colleges Building, Parnassus 
T; Inflrinary, Dooahoe Bldg.. Market and Taylor 
treets. Harry P. Carlton. D. D. S., Dean, 
Depabtment of PuAXHAcr College of Pht- 
HCIAX8 AND Surgeons of San Fbascisoo. Wlns- 
ow Anderson. M. D.. President; J. H. Flint, D. 
*barni.. Dean, Fourteenth street, between Mission 
Valencia streets. 

aHNlilANN Medical Collxoe of the 
iFic. (Honneopathlc). S. W. cor of Sacramento 
j>d Maple street! 
Jr. J — - 

teglatrar. 

L DXPABTHENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF 

California. A. A. D'Ancona. M. D., Dean. Office. 
California street. The lectures are given at the 
ifllllated Colleges, Parnassus avenue. 

SaS Feahcisco Clinical Society. Meets third 
Wednesday of each month at 8:30 p. M. at 528 Sutter 
treet. W. F. Southard. M.D„ President; Francis 
^'Illlams. M. D.. Secretary, 1781 Halght street. 

San Fbancisco Polyclinic Post GBAOnATE 
Medical Department of thr Unitxrsity of 
Ulifobnia. 4.10 Ellis street. A school of clinical 
nsdlclne for graduates of colleges of regular medl- 
ilne. President, J. Wilson Shiels, M. D.: Secretary 
tfarlln Regensburger, M. D: Treasurer, Louis Bazct. 



MILITARY. 



for the present Issue of the Dl- 



ind appulnti 
nation Is oi 
•e<u.ry. 

Veterans" National Gcard of California. 
)rganUed May 16, l8t«. Objecu— To promote social 
■eunlon and good fellowship; to assist Its members 
n all Just claims for the rights and benefits con- 
erred upon them by the laws of the State of Call- 



omla, and to adv 

■iatlonal Guard of the State 

nemberablp. Meets on the third Wednesds. 

' "^ " . .- .. . * Headquarters, cor. Page 



; Interests of 

pre-requlslte 



OlDceri*— Capt. 



ischi 

1 Gougb streets. 

nmander; Col. C. Mason Kline. Vice-Commander; 

W. Rsdebold, Adjutant: Capt. John E. Klein, 
>*rmuter. 

INDEPENDENT COMPANIES. 
These Military organizations are Independent of 
le National Guard of California, and for the most 

■ " ■" " oevolent association. 

Benevolent Associa- 



810 Pacific 



LEAGUE OF THE CROSS CADETS. 






(Dismounted Artillery). Eitab- 



Band. Field Music and Hospital Corps). Mc 
iblp Is confined to those who are members of the 
>aKue of the Cross. James E. Power, Colonel, 
leglmental hcadquartera, 108 Grove street. 
:,. C. C Band. Meets every Wednesday evening. 

Llenl. E. O. Williams. Leader. 
n»LD Uvnc Band. Meets every Monday evening 

at 108 Grove street; Bcrgeanl Buckley, Chief 

Tmmpeier. 

ITAL CoRF. Meeta every Thursday evening at 

llM Grove street. Major Joseph G. Morrlssey, 



Jto. B— St. Charles' Parish. Meets every Tuesday 

' evening. Mark McCann. Captain. 

' U>. C— St. Patricks parish. Meets every Tuesdi 

, evening. Peter J. Oallaither. Capuln. 

f 3o. D-Sacred Heart parish. Meets every Tuesday 

; evening. James McCormlck. Captain. 

f 5o. E— Holy Redeemer parish Meets every M.jnday 

' evening. William Shei ■ 



Co. H— St. Brendan's parish. Me 

evening. John F. Daly, Captain. 

Co. I— St. Peters parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. 

Co. K— St. Ptoul's parish. Meets every Monday even- 
ing. Thos. C. Johnston, Captain, 

Co. L— Mission Dolores parish. Meets every Friday 
evening. F. J. Griinley. Captain. 

Co. M— St. Anthony's. Oakland. Meets every Mon- 
day evening. Frank Smith. Captain. 

Co. N— St. Francis' pariah. Oakland. Meets every 
Tuesday evening. H. J. Leonard, Captain. 

Co. O— St. John the Evangelise parish. Meets every 
Tuesday evening. Thomas O'Day. Captain. 

Co. R— San Mateo. George Rapp. Captain, 

Co. S— Ocean View. Meets every Monday evening. 
Richard Eyilsh, Captain. 

Co. T— Menio Park. Meets every Tuesday evening. 
John Morey, Captain. 

SioNAL Corps. St. Dominic's Parish. S. Plercy, 
Captain. 

Lafayette Gcabd. Armory, 730 Montgomery street. 

San Fbanoisco Scbcetzbn Vebein. Armory, 323 
Turk street. 



HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

946 Mission Street, Tel. South 163. 

PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIONS 



i-ery Mon- 
McFarland, Worthy 
Captain; Wm. H. Randall. 1st Pilot: Charles Saun- 
ders, 2d Pilot; K. N. Plppcy, Secretary and Busi- 
ness Manager; John Leale, Richard Brady, Nelson 
Provost, Trustees. Office and reading room. Ferry 
Building. 

30LURN Gate Harbor No. 40. Meets at 44 East 
street. Captain J. T. Petzlnger, Captain; Captain J. 
T.Jones, Captain's Clerk: Captain Daniel James, ist 
Pilot; Captain Charles Love, it] Pilot; Captain P. N. 
Stofen. Captain C. H. Blaker. Captain Frank Murphy. 
Trustees. 

Barhkrs' Protective Union. Meets first and 
third Thursdays In each month at Harmony Hall. 
320 Post street. 

Bookbinders' Local Union No. 81, Interna- 
tional Brotherhood of Bookbinokrs. Meeta 
first and third Friday evenings of each month at 12^ 
O'Farrell street. William C. Booth, President; 
Adolph PauU, Recording Secretary, 211) Bush slreel 

Bottlers' and MANOFACTURKRa' Pbotectivk 
Association of California. John G. Rapp. Presi- 
dent; O. H. T. Jackson. Vice-President; Ira L. 
Vance. Secretory, 518 Gougb street. 

Bbkwers' Protective Association. Meets at 
room 40. Flood Building, every Thursday at 2 p.m. 
Hy. M. Wreden, President; R. Mobr. Secretary. 

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 2 P. M. dally. 
F. M. Qiialman. President; W. A. Newsom. Secretary . 

California State Retail Dbuooists' Associ- 
ation. John Calvert, President. San Francisco; 
Richard E. White, Secretary. 499 Gougb street. San 
Francisco. 

Fbanklin Spab and Bau Vebein. Meeting room, 
8 O'Farrell street, up stairs. F. Ludemann, Presi- 
dent; William Hatje, 515 Market atreet. Secretary. 

International AaeociATiOH of Machinists. 
San Francisco Loilge. No. 68. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at 1159 Mission street. H M. Burnet. 
Recording Secretary. 11.59 Mission street; C. W. 
Meyer, Financial Secretary, 1159 Mission street: 
Wm. It. Bagerty. Agent, 1159 Mission street. 

Francis o. Meeta first Friday of each month at 
N p. M.at 106 Jessie street. M. F. Gale. President; 
Joseph J. Phillips, Secretary; J. J, O'Connor, Treas- 



Mu 



i' Mutual Protective Union of Sah 
Local No. 6, Amerion Federation 
Musicians. .Meets Kci-ond Thursday of each 
nth at 1:30 F. M. Boar-l of Dlrectora meets ever> 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN & CO. 



54-66 rirst St- 



CROCKER-LA^GLEY DIRECTORY. PubUo School: of S«n Francisco. 



O 

O 3 <UI i 

I" If I 



Meets second and 
>. M. .1. P. Martin, 
'resident; A. L. Quaresma, Recording Secretary. 

Retail Fecit De-ilebs' Associatiok. J. L. 
'onto. Secretary. 512 Valencia street. 
Retail Geocees" Peotective Uniox. Meets 
econd and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 214 
California street. Hermann Methman, President; 
1 K.Taylor, Secretary. 
Feancisco Dental Associ.vtios. Meets 
second Monday of each month at Utopia Hall, 223 
Sutter street. G. E. Daniels, President; H. A. 
Fredrick, Recording Secretary; P. M Wulllemln, 
Corresponding Secretary, 121 Geary street. 

San Feancisco Planing Mill Ownees' Asso- 
ciation. Room 43, Parrott Building. Meets every 
Wednesday. Andrew Wllkle, President; A. C. Brcd- 
fleld. Secretary. 



1st Vice-President; Julius Gabriel, 2d Vice-President; 
Robert W. Neal, Secretary; C. A. Mnrdock. Treas- 
urer. Executive Committee— H. S. Crocker Co., .los. 
Torres, Hicks- Judd Co., C. A. Mnrdock & Co., Sunset 
Press, Geo. Spauldlng Co., Upton Bros. & Dalzelle, 
L. Levlngston, Levlson Printing Co., Payot, Upham 
& Co. 

Soda Watee Mancfactueing Association. 
Wm. , J. Goetze, President; Ira L. Vance, Secretary, 
518 Gough street. 

State Association of Master Plumbees or 
California. Frank A. Jay, President: John L. E. 
Flrmln, Corresponding Secretary ; 1170 Market street. 

Teavelees' Protective Association of Amee- 
ica. George W. Geauque, President, Hotel Lang- 
ham; Jno. Jay Baumgartner, Secretary-Treasurer, 
room 32. 4 Sutter street. 

Travelers' Peotective Association, -Post A, 
Rooms 31-32, 4 Sutter street. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND 
HALLS. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Alms House, off Corbett ave., near Laguna Honda. 
City Hall, S E cor McAllister and Larkln. 
County Hospital, Potrero avenue near Twenty-second. 
County Jail, Broadway between Kearny and Dupont. 

Branch Jail, W s San Jose Av., near Ocean Av. 
Custom House, N W cor Washington and Battery. 
Hall of Justice, S E cor Washington and Kearny, 
Hall of Records, City Hall. 
Post Office, >f W cor Washington and Battery (new 

Banding N E cor 7th and Mission. 
United States Appraisers' Building. Sansomebetween 

Washington and Jackson. 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation. 
United States Mint, N W cor Mission and Fifth, 
United States Treasury, 608-610 Commercial. 



Academy. 927 Mission. 

Alcazar, 120 O'Farrell. 

Ancient Order Foresters, 102 O'Farrell, 

Apollo, 810 Pacific. 

Assembly, 1412 Polk. 



independent Order of Bed Men, 510 Bush. 

Knights of the Red Branch. 1133 Mission. 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery. 

Liberty. 1137 .\Iabama. 

Loughead, 1605 Polk. 

Loyola, S E cor Market and Tenth. 

Lyric, 119 Eddy. 

Maennerbund, Potrero avenue near Twenty-fourth 

Mangel's, N E cor Twenty-fourth and Folsom. 

Maple, Palace Hotel. 

Masonic. N W cor Montgomery and Post. 

Mechanics' Institute Pavilion, S W cor Larkln and 



and Twenty-arst. 



Mission Music, S E co 

Mission Opera, 2131 M 

Mission Parlor Hall. 3445 seventee 

Mission Turn Verein, 3543 Elghteei 

Mowry's. S W cor Grove and Lagui 



National, 815 Ellis. 

Native Sons of the Golden West, 414 Mason. 

Noe Valley, cor Church and Twenty-fourth. 

Odd Fellows, S W cor Market and Seventh. 

Ono, 1883 Mission. 

Patterson's, N E cor Church and Thirtieth. 

Pioneer. 24 Fourth. 

Plxley, 1.534 PacIOc avenue. 

Progress, 29 Valencia. 

Regents, S E cor Post and Fillmore. 

Rolando's, NW corner Church and Twenty-eighth, 



, 323 Turk. 



,SW( 



r Fremont and Harrison. 
Howard and Tenth. 
Van Ness avenue and Grove. 
Twenty-fourth 



St. Joseph' 
St. Ignatlu 

St. Peter's. Aiaoama i 
Stelmke, SE cor Octa- 
Stelnway, 2-23 Sutter. 
Teutonia, 13-22 Howard. 
Trades' Union, 11.59 Mission. 
Turn Verein Vorwaerts. 310 O'Farrell. 
! Twin Peaks, 847 Seventeenth. 
Union Square. 421 Post. 
Universal, 812 Pacific. 
Verein EIntracht. 237 Twelfth. 
Washington Square, cor Stockton and Union. 
Wessel's, 1628 Powell. 
Western Addition Music. 2414 California. 
Wolf's, 1 Plymouth avenue. 
Young Men's Christian -issoclatlon. N E cor El 
Mason. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF SAN 
FRANCISCO. 

Wm. H. Lanqdox, Superintendent. OflSce, City Hall. 
(For Board of Education, see City and County Go 



, 507 Sutter. 
Bersagller 
B'nal B'rith, 121 Eddy 



Sixteenth and Valencia, 



, 1133 Mission, 
Champion, S E cor 
Children's. 806 Sam 
Congress, 1139 Market. 
Delta, 645 Geary. 
Devlsadero, 317 Devlsadero. 
Druids'. 413 Sutter. 
Duveneck, 1004 Twenty-fourth. 
EIntracht, 237 Twelfth. 
Elks', 32;J Sutter. 
Eureka Valley. 509 Castro. 
Excelsior, 2317 Mission. 
Exempt Fire Company, Brenhai 
Federation. 818 Howard. 
Franklin, 1839 Fillmore. 
r2S Broadway. 



Agassiz Pe 
lett street, t 
third streets. 



CHOOL, sixteen classes. Bart- 
Twenty-second and Twenty- 



; and Moultrie 



Golde 



1 Rule. 



: Mlssl. 



E School, twelve cla 
venue South and L sti 
■ School, five classes 



iMHAB School, sixteen classes. Gear} 
1 Jones and Leavenworth streets. 

CLEVELAND Peimabt School, eight classes, 
rison street, between Tenth and Eleventh sti 

Columbia Grammab School, nineteen cl£ 



Commercial School 
treet. near Market. 

CoopEE Primary School, twelve classes. Greet 
vlch street, between Jones and Leavenworth streeti 



Geamma 
near Baker stree 
Gbammae School 



fifteen classi 



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Public SchMls of Sin Prmcisn. 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



nleenth and ColIlDgwood Btreets. 
Stone PRiaiART School. Dine cli 
H>lgbt street, between Central anc 



f Church an 
Emerson 
Ine street. 

EVIRITT 

tree[». 

1 Fairmocn 

Bhenery Ktreet. 



iMABT School, fourteen classea. 
ween Scott and Devlsadero streetB. 
lAHMAB ScHool« seventeen claBseB. 
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth 



GRi 



SCHO 



,. fourteen classes. 
Randan street. 

, , ...,. AR School, twenty-two classes- 

(Igbth street, near Bryant street. 
[ Fremont Grammar School, fourteen clasBes. Mc- 
LlllBter street, between Baker and Broderlck streets. 
[GARriELli Primart School, fourteen classes, 
union street, between Kearny and Montgomery 

^« 



I School, elghtee 



Geary and 



Hamilton Gram 


MAR School fo 




classes 








streets. 


Hancock Grami 


AR School, ten c 


asscB. 




trcet, between Taylor and Jones str 


ets. 


























treet, between Twenty-second ant 


Twenty-third 


trcets 










R School, twen 
















Primary School 


twelv 


e classes. 



Dd Twenty-third i 



Buchanan and Webster Btreets. 
Gbammar School, eighteen 
ireet, between Twenty-Bccond 



Eighth 



I Humboldt Primary School, twel 
3olden Gate avenue, near Hyde street. 

UuNTBR'fl Point School, one clai 
kTenue South, between C and D streets. 

IKTINO Primary School, eight clasBea. Broad- 
iray. between Montgoniory and SanBome Btreeta. 

iRTiNo M. ScottPrimary School, sixteen claBBeB. 
renneBsee street, near Twenty-second Btreet. 

Jack»on Primary School, five classes. 4a4 8tan- 



MAR School, thirteen classes. 
mar School, fifteen clasBes. 



rRD street. 

Jamrs Lice Or. 
Somer Noe and T« 

JrakParkrrGb 

JcrrvRHON Primary School, eight class< 
juma Btreet. near First street. 

John Swrtt Grammar School, eighteen 
llcAlMttter street, between Franklin and 

John W. Taylor School, one class. Cui 



School. Ave classes, 

Lincoln Grammar School., twenty classes. FIftb 
treet near Market street. 

Lowell Hiob School, eighteen classes. Sutter 
kreet. between Gough and Octavla streets. 
.Mai>ih'>n Primary School, five classes. Clay 
" ■ ' . tweeo Walnut and Laurel streets. 

'. 1 1, Primary School, thirteen classes. Mis- 
- between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streeu. 
■ n Gnimniar School. 

(fRAHMAR School, fourteen classes. 
Tt-et, between FIfU'enth and Sixteenth 



claHBet). Jackson s 



Webster aoU Kill- 



Thirteenth 



Pine 



Polytbchnic High School. thfrteen< 
ler Bush and Stockton strcetB. 

Redding Primary School, ten c 
treet, near Larkln street. 

Richmond Primary School, ten claBBee. First 
ivenue. near Point LoboB avenue. 

School, twelve classee. SII- 



■ Plyr 



I School, eight classeB. Minerva i 



IAN Primary School, twelve classea. Union 
street, between Franklin and Gough streets. 

SotTTH End Primary School, six classes. Somer- 
set street, betweeu Felton and Burrows slreets. 

Spring Valley Grammar School, fifteen claBses. 
Broadway, near Polk street. 

«.. _ „__ — classes. 



claBses. nSFloodavenu* 
ScTRO Primary School, eight claBsee. Twelft 

avenue, near Clement street. 
Wabhinoton Grammar School, twelve clansei 

Southwest corner Washington and Mason streets. 
West End School, three classes. 5630 MIbbIu 



lER Primary School, nineteen classeB. 
street, near Fourth street. 
WiNFiELD Scott Primary School, four classes. 
Lombard street, between Baker and Broderlck 

EVENING SCHOOLS. 

Hamilton Evening School, nine classes. Geary 
street, near Scott street. 

Horace Mann Evening School, thirteen classes. 
Valencia street, near Twenty-second street. 

Humboldt Evening School, twenty-one clasBcs. 
Golden Gate avenue near Hyde street. 

Irving Scott Evening School, one clnsB. 
Tennessee Btreet. near Twenty-secoud street. 



Evening School, four classes. F: 
avenue, near Point LoboH avenue. 

Washington Evening School, thirteen clasi 
Corner Washington and Mason streets. 



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946 Mission Street, TeL South 163. 

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 






Kev. 11. 



HieH SOHOOl., 
and Dolores strc 



Corner 



School, twelve classes. Cor- 



' Primary Sobi 
1 Castro streets. 
I Primary Scho 



vine Ten 
OIHce-Y. 

AMERICAN Tract Society. 2) Grant Avenue, it 
Is the depository of the American Sunday School 

California Bible Society. Depository and otBii-, 
1037 Market street. Meets flrst Thursday of imh 
month. Bev. John Thompson. Superintendent, l.^iu 
Franklin street. Oakland. D. Gilbert Dexter. Pri'«l 
dent; William Abbott. Secretary. 1037 Market street. 

California Home Mibsionaky Society (Conokk 
GATioNAL). .James K.Harrison. Secretary for North 
em California and Nevada. CoDvrcgatlonal Ileii<l- 
nnarters. Y. M. C. A. Building, corner Mason and 
Ellis streets. 

Calvary Presbyterian Mission Chapel. 427 
Second street. H. S. Ulackwell. Superintendent. 
Officers. Board of Trustees. Calvary Presbyterian 
Church. 

Catholic Clib. The. Meeu at occidental Hotel 
Ist Thursday after Ist Monday of every 2d month be- 
ginning with .lanuary. Kdw. Mills Adams, Prol- 
dent: B. A. Forsteref. Secretary and Treasurer, 
Klalto Building, room 331. 

CONOEEOATIOMAL CBURCH BUII.DIHO SOCIETY. 

Head<inarter« In New York. Fourth avenue and 
Twenty second streel. Rev. Charles KIchards. I). I).. 



The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 

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COXGKKGATIOSAI. SUNDAY SCBOOL AND PUB- 
LISHING Society. Rev. E. J. Singer, Superintendent 
Northern California and Nevada. Congregational 
Rooms, T. M. C. A. Building. 



Epworth League Chapters in San Francisco, 
with a membership of about 1100. President, 
Percy F. Morris, 78S Golden Gate avenue; Secre- 
tary, Miss Sadie Layng, 755 Fourteenth street. 
Executive Committee meets second Thursday of each 
month at 783 Golden Gate Avenue. Quarterly con- 
ventions are held on the third Thursdays of Novem- 
ber, February. May and August, the Annual Con- 
vention being held in August. 

Golden Gate Chkistiak 
This Union c. 

Societies. President, John W. Hatch; Recording 
Secretary, Miss R. H. Treadwell; Corresponding Sec- 
retary. Miss Ida Stanford, 218 Leavenworth street. 
Executive Committee meets at Epworth Hall, 1037 
Market street, the first Thursday of each month, ex- 
cept the months of February, May. August and No- 
vember, when it meets on the second Thursday. 
Quarterly Conventions are held In the different 
churches in the Union, the first Thursday of Feb- 
ruary, May. August and November. 

Presbyterian Mission House. 920 Sacramento 
street. Headquarters of the Woman's Occidental 
Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian 
Church 

San Francisco Chukch Extension Society or 
THE M. E. Church. Meets at Epworth Hall, 1037 
Market street. I. J. Truman. President. 

San Frascisco National Training School and 
Deaconess' Home of the M. E. Church. 1'29 Halght 
street. Rev. E. R. Willis, D. D. President; Mrs. 
B. O. Sterritt, Matron. Telephone Fell 9611. 

Seamen's Catholic Institute and Free Read- 
ing Room. Basement of the Paulist Church. 62S 
California street. It affords to sailors, without 
distinction on account of race, color or creed, a 
meeting place where their leisure hours may be 
spent pleasantly and profitably. 



[th the Missions to Seamen's Society which 
inches in all the large ports throughout the 
All seamen are welcome. Reading, games 
acerts. Bank and post office, 33 Steuart street. 
Lai.ies- Sodality or St. Ignath-s Church 
cietv of Catholic ladles. They meet on the 
. f..urth and fifth Sundays of every month at 
M.. In the College Chapel, and receive holy 
inl..n oil the third Sunday of every month at 
o o'clock mass. The Sodality possesses a II- 

San Francisco Port Society. It owns the 
of worship of the Mariners' Church, and has 
" providing for Its work financially. 



east corner Mason and Ellis streets. There is pro- 
vided and maintained a library, gymnasium, salt 
water swimming tank and baths, free to all members 
of this Association; employment department for 
voung men, monthly musical and literary receptions, 
"lectures on current topics, etc.. and night and day 
schools for vouiig men and working boys, night law 
school, trade and mechanical arts. Membership 
ticket. «10 a year; entrance fee»2.00. Areadlngroom 
well supplied with current literature, dally, weekly, 
pictorial, secular and religious papers, free to mem- 
bers. Services in the auditorium of the Association 
every Sunday at 2:45 p. m. These religious services 
exclusively for young men. The reading room is 
open every day from 9 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. Rolla V. 
Watt, President; Edward Coleman and Hartland 
Law. M. D.. Vice-Presidents; I. .1. Truman. Treas- 
urer; H. J. McCov. General Secretary. 

yoi-NGMEN's Hebrew Association. Incorpor- 
ated November 9th. 1901. Location. 1966-1974 Page 
street near Stanyan street. The objects are to Im- 
prove the moral, mental and physical condition 
"ewlsh young men an ' " -> — ~» 






ball a 



A>^socIatIon 



1 gyr 



providing and i 
attached. 



The 



open each day 
., except on .i ewlsh holidays. Officers. Ben- 
Schloss, President: D. S. HIrshberg. Vlce- 
'nt; Dr. S. R. Lew. Recording Secretary; 
1-11. Financial Secretary; Morris Cohl. Treas- 



The library c 
one thousand vblnmes of well-selected lit' 
and the reading room Is copiously supplied v 
choicest periodicals. Girls' lunch rooms, 1I6a Davl 

The'monthly meeting Is held on the first Friday ( 
each month. The annual meeting Is held on the fir 
Friday In January. Officers— Mrs. Wm. O. Gould 
President; Mrs. Geo. W. Prescott. Vice-President 
Mrs. J. F. Merrill, Second Vice-President; Mrs. V 
P. Jones, Third Vice-President; Mrs. H. J. Sadie 
Fourth Vice-President; Mrs. A. L. Baldwin, Flftl 
Vice-President; Miss H. Van Winkle, Recordlni 
Secretary; Mrs. S. P. Tuggle. Corresponding Secre 
tary; 



. Morse. Treasurer. 



H ALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

946 Mission Street, TeL South 163. 

SECRET SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons 
California. Meets second Tuesday In October 
Masonic Temple. 8 Post street. George W. Hunt 
Grand Master, Eureka; Motley H. Flint, Dep.Granc 
Master, Los Angeles; Edward H. Hart, Sen. Gr; 
Warden, Berkeley; George M. Perlne. Jun. Gr 



Warden, San Francisco; Edward Cole 
Treasurer, San Francisco; George John 
Secretary. San Francisco ; William H. Edw 



a, Gr 



Fresno; Harry S. Johnson, Asst. Grand Secretary- 
San Francisco; George F. Rodden. Grand Marshal. 
San Rafael; Chauncey C. Buck, Grand Bible Bearer 
Redding; Ernest H. May. Grand Sword Bearer, Pasa 
dena; Samuel Prager, Grand Standard Bearer. Lot! 
Angeles; Frederick L. Arbogast, Senior Grand Dea 
con, Nevada City; Delos W. Smythe. Junior Grand 
Deacon. San Jose; Joseph R. Garthslde. SenlorGranS: 



Sten 



, Pomona ; Thomas J . Richards, J unlor Grand 



sulvant. Grass Valley; Samuel D. Mayer, Grand 
Organist, San Francisco; George P. Adams, Grand 
Tyler, San Francisco. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons oi 
California. Meets on third Tuesday of April ol 
each year at 10 a. m.. Masonic Temple, 8 Post street. 
Thomas Flint, Jr., Grand High Priest. San Juan ; 
Joseph Bailey Cooke, Deputy Grand High Priest, 
Colusa; JohnF. Hughes. Grand King. Los Angeles: 
F. G. W. M<£bus, Grand Scribe, Los Angeles; Frank- 
lin H. Day, Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; Wil- 
liam A. Davles, Grand Secretary, San Francisco ; 
Thomas Kyle. Grand Chaplain, San Francisco; Henrj 
Ascroft, Grand Lecturer, San Francisco ; Charles J. 
WlUett, Grand Captain of the Host, Pasadena; Geo. 
H. Monroe, Royal Arch Captain, Fresno ; Samuel 
David Mayer. Grand Organist. San Francisco; 
George W. Perkins, Grand Guard, San Francisco. 

Grand Commandeby of Knights Templar o» 
California. Meets on first Thursday after tn€ 
third Tuesday of April of each year. Sir John B 
de Jarnatt. Grand Commander, Colusa; Sir Brllsford 
P. Flint. Grand Deputy Commander. San Francisco; 
Sir Charles Lord Field. Grand Generalissimo, Sai 
Francisco; Sir Hudson B. Glllls, Grand Captain-Gen 
eral. Treka; Sir Wm. D. Stephens. Grand Senloi 
Warden. Los Angeles; Sir Albert A.Caldwell. Grand 
Junior Warden. Riverside: Sir Edward Coleman 
Grand Treasurer. San Francisco; Sir Wm. A. Davles 
Grand Recorder. San Francisco; Sir Reuben Sink 
Grand Prelate, Stockton; Sir Harvey D. Loveland 
Grand Standard Bearer. San Francisco; Sir Loulf 
Fred Breuner. Grand Sword Bearer. Sacramento; 
Sir Ellas D. Gardner, Grand Warder. Red Bluff 
Sir Samuel David Mayer. Grand Organist. San Fran 
Cisco; George W. Perkins. Grand Captain of thf 
Guards. San Francisco. 

Grand Council or Royal and Select Mastebi 
or California. Meets on Monday preceding thirt 
Tuesday of April each year at 10 a. m.. Masonic Tern 
pie. 8 Post street. Eduard Kell. Grand Master. Sonora 
Charles J Wlllett, Deputy Grand Master. Pasadena 
Charles W. Norton, Principal Conductor of Work 
Stockton; Franklin H. Day. Grand Treasurer. Sal 
Francisco; William A. Davles. Grand Recorder, Sai 
Francisco; Henry .\Bcroft. Grand Lecturer. Sal 



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illSCELLANEOOS INFORMATION. 



I of the MaHter 



'naclacu: Ttaumaa Kyle. Graud CbapUlQ. Sao Fran 
IKO: William H.Gaynor, Grand CapUIn of Guards. 
Miora; William O. Glrardey, Graad Conductor of 
Mncll. Sacramento; Frank D. Mayer. Grand Stew- 
rd, Berkeley; Samuel D. Mayer. Grand Organlet, 
•a FranclKco; GeorK« W'. PerkluB. Grand Guard, 
•n Franclhco. 

8COTTI8U Kite or Fbii Masonbt. Sak Fbaw- 
UC0C0X8I8TORY No. I. MeetKBtca 
1 Masonic Temple. 

OoorBiT DB St. Omab Cooncil. No. 1. 
jhDosH. Meeu at tbe call of the < 
[asonlc Temple. 

Tbbba Uvbka Cbaptkb. No. 1. f 
hoix. Meet* at the call of the T 
Iiaonlc Temple. 
Tbbba Bcbna Lodox < 
[eeu every Thoraday evening In Masonic Temple. 
Califobkia Bodies A. and A. Scottish Rite of 

'BCE MaSONBY, SOI'TBBBX JUBISDICTIOM OF THE 

miTEK States; Califobnia Lodge of Pkbfec- 
fox No. 10; Califobkia Cbapteb No. 7 Kmiohts 

lOSE CBOl.X; CaLIFOBXIA CoiNClL NO. 7 KsiGHTe 

Udosh; Califobnia Coksistobt No. 5. All meet 
(Albert Pike Memorial Temple. 1859 Geary street. 
Islam Tehple Ancient Ababic Obdeb Nobles 
r Mystic Shrike. Stated meetings second Wcd- 
eaday of each month In Islam Temple. 6 Union 



KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. 

Califobnia Commanuery No. I. Stated assembly 
Tery Friday evening In Masonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Commandbby No. K. stated as- 
(mbly first and third Mondays of each month In 
folden Gate HsII. 62s Sutter street. 

Mission Commandbby No. 41. Stated assembly 
»ery Monday evening In Mission Manonlc Temple. 

California Council No. 2. R. and S. M. Meets 

nt Wednesday of each month In Masonic Temple. 

lenry Ascroft. T. 1. M.; Franklin H. Day. Recorder. 

ROYAL ARCH MASONS 

Ban Francisco Chapter No. 1. Stated meetings 
nt and third Mondays of each month In Masonic 



The Masonic lodges meet In this city aa follows: 
Califobkia No. 1. Meeu every Thursday even- 
Ig In Masonic Temple. Raymond H. Wilcox. W. M. 
La Pabfaiti Union No. 17. Meets every Friday 
rening In Maaonic Temple. Adolphe Uuguenln. W. 

OcciDEKTAL No. M. Meets every Monday even- 
IK In Masonic Temple. Edward C. Landls. W. M. 

* Meets every Tuesday even- 
AaaB. Phelps. W. M. 
. Meeu every Wedne 

Temple. John F. Schroth. W. 

Fidelity No. I». Meets every Thursday evening 

I Masonic Temple. Wallace A. Wise. W.M. 
Rebiiakk No. 1*7. Meets every Monday evening 

II Maaonlc Temple. Friti Gercke. W. M. 
Pacific No. 136. Meets every Friday evening at 

ftaonlc Temple. George L. Darling. "" " 



Obiental No. IM. Meeu every Tuesday evening 
1 Masonic Temple. Henry E. Pennell. W. M. 
ExcELslOB No. 166. Meeu ' 



In Masonic Temple. Darrell^. Hare. 
Richard 8. 



Win 

fklsi 






.Meeu e 



1 Wedneada 



vening 



Soirrii Sak Fbancisco No. 
*bursday evening In Maaonlc Hall, southeast cor. 
.•r Railroad and Fourteenth avenues. William 
IcDonald. W.M. 

Doric No. SI6. MecU every Thursday evening In 
fmsonlc Temple. ** " "' - '" " 



C. Scbaerti 
ITALIAKA No.219. Meets every Friday 
Tening In Maaonlc Temple. . _ ~ . 



B. Cordaao, 
». M. 

Kino 8oi.flMOK's No. 260. MeeU every Monday 
rening In Franklin Hall. 1X39 Fillmore street, 
teorge W. Lake. W. M. 



urer; William S. 



Masonic Board of Relixf. Meets In Masonic 
Temple every Saturday evening. E. W. Tucker. 
Chairman; E. C. Hare, SecreWry; Carlo Balzarlnl. 
Treasurer. 

Masonic Cxmxtery Association. OBlce. room 
42. Maaonlc Temple. F. W. G. Mu^bus. President; 
Thco. Frollcb. Secretary; Franklin H. Day. Trea- 
"loses, Superintendent. 
Association. Office. Masonic 
Davis. President; 
;; George Johnson. 

iRiAL Tkmplb Association. 
Ing. Fred J.H.RIckon. Presl 
.Vice President; W. 1. Bro- 



ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. 

Grand Chaptxr of tax Ordxb of thx Eastern 
Star of California. Meets on the third Tuesday 
In October of each year. Worthy Grand Patron. 
Mr. Charles J. Wlllett. Pasadena; Worthy Grand 
Matron. Mrs. Paulina W. Dohrmann, Stockton ; Asso- 
ciate Grand Patron. Mr. Lorenzo B. Leavltt. Vallejo; 
Associate Grand Matron. Mrs. Anna N. Skinner, 
Marysvllle; Grand Secretary, Mrs. Kate J. Wlllats. 
San Francisco; Grand Treasurer. Mrs. Emma N. 
Rider. Sacramento; Grand Conductress. Mrs Eliza, 
bcth V. Gould. San Francisco; Associate Grand 
Conductress. Mrs. Adele H. Hamilton. Salinas; 
Grand ChaplBln, Mrs. Georglana Polhamus. San 
Diego; Grand Marshal. Mrs. Jennie A. Graves, San 



Fran 



Paula; Grand Ruth. Mrs. Cora Woods. Caspar; Grand 
Esther. Mrs Emma L. Sanborn. Oaklaud; Grand 
Martha. Mrs. Belle R. Flint. Santa Rosa; Grand 
Electa. Mrs. Josephine March. Alhtiniijrft; Grand 
Warder. Miss Nelle Ganter. Napa; Gnind Senllnel, 
Mrs. Lucy Emmlnger, Llvermore; OIBce of Grand 
Secretary, room 64. Flood Building, San Francisco. 

GoLDKN Gate Chapter No. I. Meets nrst and 
third Friday evenings at 629 Sutter street. 

Ivy Cbapixr No. 27. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings of each month at 629 Sutter street. 

Beulah Chapter No. 99. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings of each month In Masonic 
Hall. Railroad avenue. South San Francisco. 

Harmony Chapteb No. 124. Meets second and 
fourth Thursday evenings of each month at 629 

Mission Chapter No. IS.".. Meets second and 
fourth Saturday evenings In Masonic Hall. 2628 Mis. 
slon street. 

Olive Branch Cbaptkr No. 169. Meets second 
and fourth Monday evenings at 223 Sutter street. 

KINS Solomon Chapteb No. 170. Meets flrst and 
third Wednesday evenings of each month. In Frank- 
lin Hall. I8.S9 Fillmore street. 

California Chapter No. 183. MecU first and 
third Thursday evenings of each month at 629 
Sutter street. 

San Francisco Chapteb 
and third Monday evenings o: 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Officers of the Grand Lodox. I. O. O. F. 
J. W. Llnscott. Grand Master. Santa Cruz ; Geo. T. 
Shaw. Grand Secretary. San Francisco ; James W. 
Harris. Grand Treasurer. San Francisco ; Trustees 
Odd Fellows;^ Home. John Morton. San Mateo; ' 
Thompsoi 



Morrison. Santa 
W. Watson. San Francisco; H. C. H. Ward. 
Woodland; W. W. Phelps, Deputy Grand Master. 
Riverside. 

Ofllce-I. O. O. F. Hall. San Francisco, Fifty third 
annual session will bo held on Tuesday. May 9. 1905. 



PATRIARCHS MILITANT, L 0. 0. F. 
Department of California. H. O. Brower. 
Brigadier General. Commanding, room 1. Oud Fel- 
lows' Building. Bevenlh and Market streets; James 
W. Harris. Lieutenant-Colonel and Chief of Staff; 
George S. Nalamlth. Major and AsslsUnt Adjutant- 



SOBORDINATE LODGES. T. O. O 
FRANCISCO 

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CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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Sax Erancisco Lodge, No. 3. Meets every Fri- 
day evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Habmont Lodge, No, 13. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at L O. O. F. Hall. 

Tebba Bdena LODSl 
Thursday evening at I. O, O. F. Hall. 

Meets every Tuesday 



5. Meets every 



evening at I, O, O. F. Hall. 

Bat City Lodge, No, 71 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall, 

Faehswobth Lodge, No. 9.5. Me( 
nesday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Abou Ben Adhem Lodge. No. 112 
Thursday evening at I. O. O, F. Hall. 

Geemania Lodge, No, 116. Meets « 
evening at I, O. O. F. Hall. 

Concordia Lodge, 
evening at I. O. O. F. 

Apollo Lodge. I 
evening at I. O. O. F. 

Spartan Lodge. No. 12.'j. Meets eve 
Masonic Hall, Fourteenth 



Meets . 



Meets every Monday 
Meets every Friday 



nth. 



Meets every Tuesday 



Hermann Lodge. No. 1«. 
day evening at I. 0. O. F. Hall. 

Pacific Lodge, No. l.iS. Mee 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Oden Lodge. No. 393. .Meets e' 
Ing at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Occidental Lodge, No, 179. 
day evening at Odd Fellows' Hall 

Cosmopolitan Lodge, No. 194, 



Meets every Thurs- 






Lodge, No. 204. Meets every 
rening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Meets every Monday even- 



ing at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Franco- American Lodge, No. 207. Meets every 
Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Fidelity Lodge, No. 222. Meets every Monday 
evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Morse Lodge, No, 257. Meets every TVednesday 
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. 

334. Meets every Friday 



' Hall. 



; Odd Fello 

T Lodge, No. 368. Meets 
Fellows' Hall. 



ery Friday 



T- Stanley A. Smith. Grand Patriarch, Downle- 
•-: George Jessen, Grand High Priest, Watson- 



Benedict, Grand Treasurer, San Fr 

OIBce-I. O. O. F. Hall, San Francisco, Flfty-flrat 
annual session convenes In San Diego, Tuesday, Oc- 
tober 3, 1905, 

ENCAMPMENTS, I, O. O. F„ IN SAN FRAN- 



vcnings at Od.l Fc 



Fellows' Ha 
Meets flrst 
' Hall, 



third Fridays of 



I and fourth Tuesdays 



Okie 



nd third Saturdays 



I Odd Fellows' 
, 57. Meets llr 
; Odd Fellows' 

Francisco, No. 5. Dept. Cal., 

tnnt, I. O. O. F. Captain. R. B. 

Meets second Friday of each 



Canton S/ 
Patriarchs M 

month at I. O. O. P. Building. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San Fran- 
cisco. W. H. Blunden, President: C, F. O'Nell, 
Secretary ; Reuben H. Lloyd, Attorney. Offlce, room 
■"■■-■■ g' Building, southwest corner Seventh 



, Odd Fc 
I Market i 
HE Genebal Relief Committe 
cts every Sunday at 10 o'clock 
3al Hnll, L O. O. F. Building, t 



O. O. F. 



ODD FELLOWS. 

Monday 
Moi 



N Francisco — Annual n 
May 10, 1905. Quarterly i 

- . - . ^^ ^^g Monday In Oct 



nary and July 
previous to the Tuesday 
campment convenes. J. 

W. L. Potter. V. P.; Wm. H. Barnes, I, O. O F. H 
Secretary; Daniel Sewell, Treasurer; F, J. Snil 
son. Marshal: C, O. Burton, F, L, Torpln, F 
Week. L. W. S. Down • - - ■ -■ 



, J. F. Crosett, Directors. 

REBEKAH ASSEMBLY, I. O. O. F. OF 

CALIFORNIA. 

Dora L, Gardner, President, Napa; Jennie Katzei 

stein, Vice-President. Newcastle; Mary E. Donolif 

Secretary, San Francisco; Annie M, Howe, Treai 

urer, Oakland, 

Offlce— I. O, O, F, Hall, San Francisco. Flfteent 
annual session will be held on the second Tuesda 
in May, 1905, In San Francisco, 
Rebekah Lodges, I, O. O. F, in San Fbancisci 



Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 
Templae Rebekah Lodge No. 1 
Saturday evening at 1. O. O. F. 



. 1. Meets < 



Wednesday ( 

Walhalla Rebe 
Saturday evening a 



No. 



Meeti 



l-enlngat I. O, O. F. Hall. 

;ah Lodge No. 130. Meets e 
I.O. O. F. Hall. 
amity kebekah Lodge No. 161. Meets e 
Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Loyal Rebekah Lodge No. 215. Meets e 
Monday evening at I. O. O. F. Hall. 

Mission Rebekah Lodge No. 225. Meets e 
Saturday evening at Fraternal Hall, 2319 Ml! 



Jubilee Rebee 
Tuesday evening i 

Mary E, Donoho, 

Nellie Mlchell, I 

Sebastopol; Sarah M Wolf, Sacr„ 

Benjamin, Los Angeles; Marian Greenwood, Stock 



Lodge No. 239. Meei 
. O. O. F. Hall. 

I. O. O. F. Oephans 
cretary. office I. O. O. F. Hal 
Valley; " " 



ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

Subsidiary High Court of the Pacific Coast was 

I San Francisco, formlnj 



part of the Univi 

Foresters Friendly Society, 



Ord. 



The Hig) 



Court of the World I . 

England, for the present year. There are 137 Co' 
In this State, and five Juvenile Courts. 

The Subsidiary High Court officers are: J. B. I 
ford, H. C. R., Ukiah; O. M. Goldaracena. H. S. C. R. 
San Francisco; George W. Lunt, H, C. T„ San Fran 
Wallace, H. C. S., Oakland; F. W. Hogan 



Brown, H. C. J. 






San Franc 

The following Court! 

O'Farrell street except i 



and Circles meet at 
hen stated otherwise; 
5931. Meets second 



Court Edreka, 6146. Meets flrst and third Tuea 
days, 120 O'Farrell street. 

Court Occidental, 6676, Meets second an< 
fourth Thursdays. 

Court Stae of the West. 6956. Meets Fridays 



third Thursdays. 
Coubt Twin 

Sixteenth and Ni 
Court .\pollc 
Court Wibrv! 

Mondays. 



Court Kexsixgi 
ty-fourth and Chur. 

Court Washing' 
Polk street. 

days. Masonic Hall, 
Court Co.vcord, 



■ Meets Wednesdays 



7S04, Meets first and 
Meets flrst and third 



7916. Meets flr 



s Tuesdays, 16 
; and third Mo 



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eets second a 

Meets arm 

Meets second i 



third Wednesdays of eacb 
■treet. 

CODBT UonKMIAX. 8023. I 

Tnesdays of each month. 

CoDKT Del Mostk. 8131. 
Mondays of each i 

CocBT Oak Gho 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court Ivanhok, 8228. Meets second and fourth 
Wednesdays of each month. 

CoiRT Lincoln, 8317. Meets Thursdays at 102 
O'Farrell street. 

CotJRT PaospiBiTT. 8923. Meets lirst and third 

CooRT GoLDiN Gat«, 8871. Meets second and 
Fourth Fridays, Union and Stockton streets. 

Court No. 1. Meeu second and fourth 



'ridays of each month. 



Meets second and fourth 



toturdays In Franklin Hall. 

COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST. 

the Supreme Grand Circle— S. G. C. C. 

er, San Fra - - ~ 

)ckton: S. O. 

las Francisco; 8. G. Treas., Mrs. L. E. Scheuern. 
>«kland: S. G. H.. Mrs. M. A. Cummins, Oak- 
and: S. a. R. G., Mrs. L. Prltchard, San Francisco; 
I. G. L. G. Mrs. L. Hagen. San Francisco; S.G. I.G., 
MUsE.Wundcrllch, San Francisco; S.G.O.G., Mrs. 
[•. Harvey, San Francisco; S. G. Organist, Miss 
lUhena Curtis, Benlcla. 

^Washixoto.v Circle No. 1. Meets at A. O. F. 
ull, 102 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Tues- 



08 0-Farrel 



). 39. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
■at and third Thursdays. 

Caliporm.4 Circle No. 103. Meets at A. O. F. 
lall. 102 OFarrcll street, flrat and third Fridays. 

JosTicK Circle No. 101. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
08 O'Farrell street, second and fourth Fridays. 

Mazzixi Circle No. 106. Meets at cor. Union and 
ttocktoD streets, second and fourth Mondays. 

Traxklin Circle No. 115. Meets at Shiels' Build- 
Dg. 32 O'Farrell street, Orst and third Thursdays. 

Artehis Cibclx No. 130. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
IB O'Farrell street, second and fourth Wednesdays. 

iTA.NHox Circle No. 1'25. Meets at A. O. F. Hall. 
R O'Farrell street. Brst and third Thursdays. 
.Shxbwood Circle No. 129. Meets at 1'20 
I'Karrell street, Wednesdays. 

LoTAL Circle No. 179. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
IB O'Farrell street, Tuesdays. 

BoiRXEMooTH Circle No. 197. Meets at A. 
>. F. Hall, 102 O'Farrell street, second and fourth 
rbursdays. 

Bohemias Circle No. 200. Meets at A. O.F.Hall, 
IB O'Farrell street, second and fourth Wednesdays. 

Fidelity Circle No. 203. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
n O'Farrell street, drat and third Mondays. 

Santa Amanda Circle. No. 212. Meets at A. O. 
'. Hall. 102 O'Farrell street, second and fourth 
frtdays. 



eenth and 

Lincoln Circle No. 22S. Meets at A. O. F. Hall, 
B O'Farrell street, ttrst and third Tuesdaya. 

Golden Gate Circle No. z». Meets flrst and 
bird Fridays at 102 O'Farrell street. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNUN8 IN 
AMERICA. 

County onicers—M. Dunohoe, County President; 

l»ralnr. Chaplain. St. Francis' Church;' Thomas 
•OTle. County Secreury.218 Eleventh street; .James 
. Barry. Financial Secreury; M. C.Gorham, County 
teasurer. Meets fourth Monday at 120 Ninth 



Wednesdays at Richmond Hall 



A. O. H. Meets flrst and third 
nonth at Blbernla Hall. 
A. O. H. Meets second Wednes- 
at Washington Hall. 

A. O. H Meets llrst and third 
Rose's Hall. 

k O. H. Meets second and fourth 
nth at K. R. B. Hall. 

atillliemlaHall. 

Meeu second and fourth 



II. .Meets 



Friday 



INFOKMATION. Secret Soo ieuss. 

DlTlsiox No. 9. A. O. H. Meets second 
fourth Thursdays of each month at St. There 
Hall. 

DIVISION No. 10. A. O. H. Meets flrst and third 
Thursdays of each month at HIbernIa Hall. 

Division No. II. A. O. H. Meets flrst and third 
Thursdays of each month at HIbernIa Hall. 

Division No. 12. A. O. H. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month at HIbernIa Hall. 

Division No. U. A. O. H. Meets flrst Wednes- 
day at Washington Hall, and third Thursday of each 

Division No. 17. A. O. H. Meets first and third 
Tuesdays of each month at Duveneck Hall. 

Division No. 20, A. O. H. Meets flrst and third 
Tuesdays of each month at FInlay's Hall. 

Ladies' Acxiliart, A. O. H. Cocntv Board. 
Meets second Tuesday at HIbernIa Hall. 

Mabtha Wasbinqton Circle No. 1. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays at HIbernIa Hall. 

Columbia Circle No. 2. Meets flrst and third 
Tuesdays at HIbernIa Hall. 

Y eke Cibcle No. 3. Meets second and fourth 
Thursdays at HIbernIa Hall. 

O'Oeownet Circle No. 4 Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays at K. K. B. Hall. 

Gbanuale Cibcle No. .5. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays at St. Theresa's Hall 



ANCIENT ORDER OF UNITED WORKMEN 

The Grand Lodge of California meets annually on 



flrst Tuesday 
1412 Market street. 
Dunton. Slatlngton 
Savage. Los Angi-lc 



William Barnes, Sau Frauds 

LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 

Meets every Monday 



Meets every Friday 



,t 120 O'Farrell street. 

Yebba Buena No. 1- 
ng at 32 O'Farrell stre 

Bebnal No. 19. Meets every Monday evening at 
Jatlve Sons' Hall. 314.5 Seventeenth street. 

Unity No. 27. Meets every Tuesday evening at 
23 Sutter street. 

Vallet No. 30. Meets every Wednesday evening 
t Pioneer Building. "24 Fourth street. 

"~ N No. 36. Meets every Saturday evening at 



It Pioneer Building. 24 Fourth street. 

MVETLE No. 42. Meets every Monday evei 
rxeept the second, at Pioneer Building, 24 Fo 



Heroulbs No. S8. Meets every Friday evening 
at 1839 Fillmore street. 

Washington No. 60. Meets every Monday even 
Ing at 120 O'Farrell street. 

Burns No. 68. .Meeu every Thursday evening at 
ISO O'Farrell street. 

St. .John No. 73. Meets every Thursday evening 
at Pioneer Building, !H Fourth street. 

" Meeta every Wednesday 



ig at 2137 .Mission street. 
Hpic No. 137. Meets second 1 
enlngs at 20 Eddy street. 

^ No. 136. Meets every second and t 



fourth Tu 






179. MeeU second and fourth 
{a at No. 32 O'Farrell street. 
. Meets every Tuesday evening 
It Pioneer Building. 24 Fourth street. 
NoK Vallet No. 185. Meeta every Tuesday even 
ng at Mission Muoolc Hall, 26SS Mission street. 
Alta No. 243. Meeta every Tuesday evening at 
092 Twenty-fourth street. 

Eureka Vallet No. zn. Meets every Monday 
evening at MIsslonTurn Vercin Hall. alls Elgbleinth 



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Ckockek No. 302. Meets every Friday 
MlBslon Opera Hall, 21.31 Mission street. 

Peospekitt No. 309. Meets every 
ivenlng at Pioneer Building. 24 Fourth s 



DEGREE OF HONOR. A. O. U. W. 
Grand Chief of Honor, Mrs. Minnie Bacon. San Jose; 
Grand Lady of Honor, Mrs. Cordelia Albln. Fresno; 
Grand Chief of Ceremonies. Mrs. Luella Whiting, 
Nevada City; Grand Recorder, Miss Loretta Don- 
nelly, room 218 Callaghan Building, San Francisco; 
Grand Receiver, Miss Margarette H. Ohea, San 
', Mrs. Eunice Cyrenlus, Los 
. Fannie Gruwell 
Lakeport; Grand Outer Watch, Mrs. Mary Randall 
Hanford. 

SiLvEE Speay No. 3. Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing at Excelsior Hall, 2319 Mission street. 

Foboet-Me-Not No. 106. Meets every Saturday 
evening at Red Men's Hall. 220 Golden Gate avenue. 

Carnation No. 117. Meets every Friday evening 
at Shlels Building, 32 O'Farrell street. 

Past Master Workmen's Association or the 
A. O. V. W. Officers— C. T. Spencer. President: 
F. J. McGulre. Recorder. Meets at 32 O'Farrell 



BENEVOLENT 



AND PROTECTIVE OKDEK 
OF ELKS. 

CISCO Lodge No. 3. Meets every Friday 



ner of Dupont and California 
Monday of each month at 8 p. i 
President. 629 Kearny street; J 
Secretary. 513 Castro street: ( 
clal Secretary. 



on the first 

Dr. J. F. Gibbon, 

V. Kane, Recording 

J. Nicholas, Flnan- 



Sequoia Chapter. Meets from May, etc., through, 
at 1620 California street. Regent Mrs. William B. 
Carr; Vice-Regent, Miss Elizabeth M. Jones; Cor- 
responding Sec'y.. Mrs. H. E Thompson: Treasurer, 
Mrs. E. Thatcher Howes. 

PuERTA DEL Oro Chaptee. Mcets at resldcnces 
of the members September to May Inclusive. 
Regent. Mrs. John T Hoyt: Vice Regent, Mrs. L. L. 
Dorr; Recording Sec'y, Mrs. W.W.Wymore; Treas- 
urer, Mrs. W. C Miller. 

California Chapter. Meets at residences of the 
members September to May. Inclusive. Mrs. I. L. 
Moody.Regent; Ist Vice President. Mrs.H. M.Gray; 
Corresponding Sec'y.. Mrs. W. O. Mills; Treasurer, 
Mrs. Sidney Cushlng. 

DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY. 

Albert Stdnby Johnston Chapter No. 79. 
United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. A. H. 
Voorhles. President. 2111 California Street; Mrs.V. 
F. Aldrlch. First Vice-President; Mrs. Shelden''.B. 
Wright. Secretary. Meets every month at soilie 

'mber'8 house, and also on January 19th. February 






I California Street. 



FORESTERS OF AMERICA. 



The objects of this order are to unite fraternally 
all white males of good character, between the ages 

bury Its dead, give 
phaus, to find ei 



their widows and or- 
nployment for the unemployed 
and all other benevolent purposes. There 
are one hundred and eighty Courts In the State, also 
branches known as Knights of Sherwood Forest, and 
the Companions of the Forest. 

The Supreme body of the Order Is known as the Su- 
preme C-airt. and was organized In Minneapolis on 
August l:i, 1389. having on that day seceded from the 
Ancient Order of Foresters In England. The Su- 
preme Court meets biennially. Next meeting at 
Provldenc- . Rhode Island. 

Grand Cvnrt of California Instituted November 
20. 1889. CiiHcers for the year ending May. 1906: 



ramento; Grand Sub Chief Ranger. H. L. Simon, Sao 
Francisco; Grand Treasurer, Frank Con" . _ _ 
Francisco: Grand Secretary, Jno. J. Cordy, San 
Francisco; Grand Recording Secretary , Dr. Chas. M. 
Troppmann, SanFranclsco;GrandSenIor Wood^ 
Daniel Teare, San Francisco; Grand Junior Wood- 
ward, John Fopplano, San Francisco: Grand Senior 
Beadle, LeoKaufmann,San Francisco; Grandjunlor 
Beadle, W. H. Donohue, Pleasanton; Grand Tn 
tees— J. F. Frick. Lompoc: T. J. Emery, San Fri 
Cisco; R. F. Roth, VIsalla; C. E. Peckham. Watson- 
vllle; Wm. F.James. San Jose. Grand Secretary'i 
office, 34-a'i Flood Building, corner 4th and Market 
Streets. Next meeting of the Grand Court will 
vene In San Jose. Cal., first Tuesday In May, 190 

Forty-four Courts and three Junior Courts i 
In this city at the Alcazar Building, 120 O'Farrell 
street, unless otherwise specified. 

COTTRT Robin Hood No. 1. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of ( 

Court Aurora No. 2. Meets second and fourtb 
Wednesdays of each month. 

Court America No. s. 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 In Pioneer Hall. 

Court San Francisco No. 7. Meets first 
third Tuesdays of each month. 



■BatCi- 
Wednesdays of each i 



11. Meets I 
nth. 



1 and fourth 
t and third 



Court Hubertus No. IS (German). Meets e 
Friday evening In Druids Hall, 413 Suiter street. 

Court Justice No. 16. Meets first and i 
Thursdays of each month. 

Court Inter Nos No. 18. Meets every first 
third Friday evenings at N. S. G. W. Hall. 

Court Golden West No. 20. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month. 32 O'Farrell street. 

" ~ " 21. Meets every first and 



Meets every Thuri- 
Meets second and 



Meets second and fourtb 
3. 36. Meets first 



third Monday evening. 
CocKT Defiance ] 

Court Stanford 
fourth Tuesdays of et 

Court Magnolia 
fourth Fridays of each 

Court El Dorado N 
Wednesdays. 

Court Golden Ei 
third Fridays. 

Coubt Washington No. 37. Meets first and 
third Thursdays of each month In Elks Hall. 223 
Sutter street. 

Coubt Pbesidio No. 40. Meets second and i 
Tuesday evenings. 

Court Matfloweb No. 41. Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays of each month In Mission Parlor 
Hall, 3445. 17th street. 

Coubt Tebba Buena No. 42. Meets i 
fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Coubt Bonita No. 43. Meets every Monday In 
Bonlta Hall. 24th and Folsom streets. 

Coubt Seal Rock No. 45. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening In Pioneer Hall, 

Coubt .« - - " 

evenings 

Court Palo Alto No. 53. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at B. B. Hall. 

Court Columbia No. 55. Meets every first i 
third Monday evening. 

Coubt Hayes Valley No. 59. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings In Shlels Building. 

Coubt Live Oak No. 67. Meets every Thursday 
e%-enlng at South San Frsncif 

CotTBT Faballone No. 71. Meets second and 
fourth Wednesdays of each month In Wolfe's Hall, 
Ocean View. 

Coubt Babbabossa No. 79 (GermanK Meets 
first and third Thursday evenings f 



Meets first and third Friday 



Alcazar Bulld- 



: No. 104. Meets every Mon- 



COUBT F 
ind third Tuesdays 
5quaie Hall. 



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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Meets McoDd 



SuKfLowKB No. 187. Meets 1 



I Ck- 



t street. 



I G. Blai.m No. 207. .Meets 



Frldiy In Pioneer Hal 

COCKT D« Fbanci 

4rat and third Wednesdays. 

COIBT CUARTIS OiK Nc ,.„. .. 

ailM Wednesdays In Shlels Building 

T^da " *'"'"•"''■ No- 217. Meets flrst and third 



212 (French). Meets 
Meets flrsc and 



1 month. 

URT VOUNG Amb 

and third Thursda 



?otrero Opera House. 
Court Pbidb op tbb Ooldbx Wbst Xo. s 
' third Wednesdaye 



XTURY ClRCLK, 

each month. 
" INB Circle 



Nbw 
MoQda 

Jam. _ 

and fourth Thursday 

OsoBoLA Circle «o. 7' 
fourth Thursdays of each n 

Third Monday. Shasta Hall, 



No. 513. Meets every 

No. 615. Meet« second 
> month. 

Meets second and 



IJonlor Branch). Meets i 

>t each month In Shlels Building. 

C0.MPAN10N8 OF THE FOREST OF AMERICA. 

1™?,"';!'','°,',°°?^'" ""f ''<""''"' »' America Is the 

icognued ladles' branch of the Foresters of Amer- 

OB. This branch has the power of making Its own 

the parent organlza- 

>I of the Supreme 

the Supreme Circle 

t New York City on the Urst Tuesday 

Organized Jan- 
the year ending June 7, 1905 



•cognized ladles' branch 
Bvi without Interference fro 



»ry 28. 1888. Oiflcers 

Jennie Krlmmlnger. J 

Mrs. Mary Thoman, 

"' C. Tuck 

UIss 



3. C. C. 



J^,'^ i. "I'.- "K) Thoman, Grand Chief Com- 
•nion. Stockton ; Mrs. C. Tucker. Grand SubChlef 
tompanlon. San Francisco: UIss A. D. Bremer 
^and Flninclal Secretary, Alameda ; Mrs. E.J N 
E.S'^iSl.i'?-!''. ''^'""'InK Secretary. San Fran- 
Bco. M las. Essie Kragen. Grand Treasurer, San 
Tanclsco; John J. Cordy, Grand Supervisor on 
?.^■^.',; %" •','■""=""=»: I"- H. Coyle. Grand Mar- 
. L^",?™"'^'"™- *•"■ E. O'Callaghan. Grand 
teht Guide. San Francisco: Mrs. S. J F nnlBan 
rand Left Guide. Marysvllle : M7,.A<l,ilI Bail",' 
I!2h A"?" J?""f 'O"": Miss Bessie Wateii 
rand Outer Guard. Nevada City : Mrs. B. Kemp 
in Ee. Grand Organist. San Francisco; Mra. L. 
wTwf' .. . 't°i- **"■ '■• Baston, San Francisco 
Id Mrs. Mate H. Cartwrlght. San Francisco. Grand 
id Mr.''i w .''i- *!'■?.• I^- H'n-'ngton. P. G. C. C. 
« ,-~'i-..^-?'"-'' .°'. §"° •'"h'l'C"- Orand Audl- 
"iue." iSmid" Secretary. olBce 82S Central 

Vi', S'i' ^'"i"' ",' "" "^"""* Circle will con- 
me on Wednesday. June 7. 1906. at San Francisco 
whTA,*;^' '\^'^;°^' •;'"='"" '" '"' State, eighteen 
l"e?."k''tK"^ '°.'i'',.^L'/ " "■• ^'"»' Bunding. 



Hess otherwise Bpecined, 
ExcBLsioB Circle No. 
lesdays of each month. 
Bat Citt Cibcle No. 
urth Mondays of each m 
GOLDBN Gate Ciecle 
ird Tuesdays of each m. 



2. Meets flrst and third 



ClR 

8 Of each month. 



ednesda 
[.ITB Oa 



Robin Hood Cibclb I 



Meets nr*t aod third 
'.'"'h * N"' ^' **'."* second and fourth 



Meets flrst and 



klizPAU Ciecle No. lu 

lesdays of each month 

JOLDKK Kba Cibcle 

Ird Thursdays of each month. 

JOKITA Circle No. 101. Meets flrst and third 

Ednesdays of each month In Bonlta Hall, Twenty- 

irth and Folsomjitreets. 

No. 20«. Meets 
onth In Masonic 
avenues. South 

Meew every Tuesday 

ANCISCO ClEOLB Vo 

Id Thursdays of eaci 
II, 2I2S Mission street. 
■ebbuccio Cibcle No. va. M 
nrsdays In Washington F^na 



FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES 

ev'enfnf aYEal?.-^?."-'.? ''-2.- ''-. »'.'^"' ""^ '^''""y 
Parry, President: J. 1 
Pohlmann. Secretary 

ORAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

S.n»«i'^^r'nm'°''*''Ci*''"^^"^^ 
i^^^^l^m' "•"""-Charles T. KIce. Dept. Com- 
mander. Riverside: H. P. Stoner. Dept. Commander 
San Francisco: Dan F. Jones, J. V De^" Com 
mander, San Diego: George C. Somers?Med™I 
sin Io.;-^T.h'i,"'ff'*5=J=- •'• Thompson. ChaplilS 
san Jose; John H. Roberta, Asst. Adit Oem-rm 
San Francisco: Henry C. Dibble, Judge Adv°ca?e' 
San Francisco. Council of Admlnlstratlon-Andrew 
Holllngwood. Horace Wllaon, P. H Mass W ll 
Bonsall, B. N. Smith. '■ "^- " 

evVn^n^''", l°ty ^l- '• *''"» "''>•'■>• Thursday 
ma'n''<l^r:'c'.J^L"nX!Adruta'nt,'- *'"""""• *^"'" 
.K?5°.; H Thomas Post No. -i. Meets flrst and 
third Tuesday evenings at 2-JO Golden Gate aveuuc 
ju'tan't "• Commander: John H. Roberts, Ad- 

.„"Ii*,^r.. i- "*«■">"-» Post No. 31. Meets ilrst 
and third Tuesdays at 114 OFarrell street. J Hef 
fernan. Commander: H. Balge. Adjutant. 
rt.^°i'™f ■- ^t^l,^".^'' ."o- ■16 Meets flrst Wednes 
day evening at Mission Parlor Hall. Seventeenth and 
KU^f AifJum' **'^' ^'■''""'"'^' Commander: J. H 
Gbn Geo. g.' Meade Post No. 4s. Meets flrat 
and third Tuesday evenings at Wl OFarreTl street 
J. H Coburn, Commander: W. F. Howe. Adjutant. 
WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS. 

i,A""'i""''. '?>«.""' '*''"°'' '^""y 0' ""= Republic. 
Department Ofllcers of California and Nevada- 
Mn.h.^u"',.?'"""' ^'^'- P""""""'. Los Angeles; 
i'^a^l'tol ?S;.r'e'rrKa'-Al>'.'"""''^'" ^"""^"^ 
Lincoln Relief Corps No. 3. Mrs Carrie w 
Dibble. President. 2515 Van Ness avenSe: Mrs C.^a 
L. Oreen. Secretary, 'WJl Pine street; Mra. Mary E 
Jerguson. Treasurer, 'i'.a Sixth avenue. Meets every 
luursday evening at Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth 



C/) 



Lad 



I OP • 



Department Officer 

President. 978 Geary street. ___ .^„ „.,, 

Ella C. Smedley. Dept. Secretary. VU Magnolia 
!J!:'^'' """land: Mrs. Belle Ingram. Dept. Treasurer 
'^— ""-flrat street. Los Angeles. 

Cibcle No. 3. Mrs. Emily F. Ru» 

«38 Lyon street: Mrs. Annie M. 

10^ Polk street: Mrs. Lena 

"■ ■ street. Meets 



Seven Pini 
!l. Preslden . _. 
PhQllps, Secretary. 



linio 



ry Monday evening at Pioneer Bi 
loKiKLET Circle No. 31. Miss Male'c. Wails. 
President, 1884 Church street: Mrs. Anna M Hull 
l^!V"- list y-"""^'* »"»"= M'«» Helen M. Pray: 
J.""".'o.'';.'2*'^"*""«'''"'' *""'<'■ Meets Wednes 
days at 8445 Seventeenth street. 

Thomas Circle No. 91. Mrs. Edith A. WIsker. 
President. Burllngame; Mrs. Alice St. J. Smitt.n 
Secretary. 149 Beulah street, Mra. Jessie G Critten- 
den. Treasurer. 247 West Clay street. Meets Tues 
day afternoons at Stelnway Hall. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Red Men's Hall. 220 Ooldin Gate avenue C s 
Davis, Gresi Sachem. Angelr. Camp; A. M. Cunning 
Sagamore. Holllster ; J. 8. Oodiau 
Sagamore. San Franclaco; J. Samuel, 
r.^., . 'V^P'""' San Francisco: P. L. Bliss. Gr.al 
Chief of Records, Sm Francisco: Jas. Boyes Oreal 
Keeper of Wampam, San Francisco: Joslah Sims. 
Great KeprescntatlTe, Nevada City: Frandt Brandt. 
Gr.ai H.-presentallve. San Francisco; J. H. HutiilT. 



Great 



I'r.-sl l.'PieHentallve. Sap Francisco; Jno. R Tyrrell . 

I. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN ti. CO. 



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54-56 First St. 



WtSTERNFUELCO.'"c?Ar 



CBOCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Great Represenlatlve, Grass Valley; T. H. Stlers, 
Great RepreBentative, San Francisco: J. Samuels. 
Great Represi-ntatlve. San Francisco: J. C. Rud- 
dock. Great Rttpresentallve, San Francisco: J. J. 
Bryan. Great Reprusentatlvc. San Francisco; F. D, 
Ritchie, Great Sannap. San Francisco: H. E. Bar 
bour. Great MIshlnewa, Fresno: Peter Hansen, Great 
Guard of the Wigwam. Los Angeles: S. L. Richards, 
Great Guard of th'- Forest. Grass Valley; J. H 
RIppe. Great Trustee. San Francisco; Chas Fowie 



Meets every Friday,, 



tribes In the i 



220 Golden Gate » 



J. O'Gara, Great 
e. The following 



rery Wednesday evening e 
Every Tuesday evening • 



BPociHONTAS No. 11. Every Friday 
220 Golden Gate avenue. 
,'r5;SoTOTOMK No. 12. Evcry Thursday evening i 
220 Golden Gate avenue. 
Seminole No. 54. Every Wednesday evening i 



220 Golden Gal 
-Modoc N 
Golden Gat( 

OWlNNEMr 



57. Every Thursday 



Golden Gate avenue. 



61. Every Friday evening at 
Every Tuesday evening at 220 



Twenty-fourth * 



No. 72. Every Tuesday evening a 



220 Golden Gate avenui 
IBAkapahoe No. 76. I 
Golden Gate avenue. 
BMontezuma No. 77. 
220 Golden Gate avenue 
tJSHOSHONE No. 78. I 



Alfabata Co-u-xcn. N 
32 O'Farrell street. 

Matoaka Council No. 18. Meets • 
third Wednesday at Mission Opera He 

Kahweah Cottncil No. 24. Meets 
at Franklin Hall. 

Potomac Council No. 26. Meets 
day St 220 Golden Gate avenue. 

Oneida Council No. 27. Meets 
day at 32 O'Farrel! street. 

Ramona Council No. 28. Meets 
at Twin Peaks Hall, Seventeenth and 

Wahnita Council No. 35 Meets every Monday 
at Butchers' Hall. South San Francisco. 

Mohican Council No. 42. Meets every Thursday 



very Wedne«- 
;very Thur«-j 
,*ery Tuesday 



t Odd Fellows Hall. 
Seneca Council N 
1 120O'Farrell street. 



Calumet Coun 



Meets every Monday 
I. Meets every Friday 



\<-o 



m 



AiiwAsnTE No. 89. Every Friday evening at Twin 
'aks Hall. Noe and Seventeenth streets. 
MoXADNocK Tkibe No. 100. Evcry Friday evening 

2l:i3 Mission. Mission Opera Hall. 
Yosemite Tribe No. 103. Every Tuesday evening 

220 Goldeu Gate avenue. 
Seneca Tribe No. 104. Every Tuesday evening 

132 Montgomery avenue. 

Every Thursday evening at 

venlng at 220 
Golden Gate avenue. 

Loughead Hall^ IfiOi Polk 

Every Tuesday eveni 



' Thursday evening i 



Mohican 
Alcazar Building. 

Willopi. No. 1.33. Meets every Thursday 
it Puvenix Hall, 24th and Church streets. 

Calumet No. 149. Meets every Monday 



ning at Mission Open 



Wednesday 
Wednesday 



1 Opera Hall, Tei 
EN'S Hall Associ 
eets first Tuesday 



very Wednesday < 



Colli 



of every month 
ivenue. Directors— President. ( 
President. A. .Jackson: Secretary, 
Ed Conolley, Treasur 



. Wehr, 
Bowen. Fred Brandt, Porter L. 
Bliss. 

Rid Men En-dowment Association. J. Fowzer. 
President; H L Stacy, Secretary. Directors— SI as 
Wilcox, G. S. Graham, Chas. Fowler, T H. Parker, 
Sam Berel. Red Men's Hall, 220 Golden Gate 
avenue. Tuesday evenings. 

PEGREE of POCAHONTAS. 

: Pocahontas. San Francisco: 
Valley; 



innehaha. San Francisco; 
eper of Records, Sacra- 
at Keeper of Wampum, 



Mrs. .Jennie t;"ri 

Mrs.IdaWhecIc 

Bertha Brazlli-, 

mento: Harriet 

San Francisco; Sophie Simons, 1st Great 

Stockton; Wsunoma Wheeler, 2nd Great Scout, 

Santa Rosa; May Whitthorne, Great Guard of the 

T.-pee, Vallejo; Elizabeth Booth, Great Guard of 

Forest. Los Angeles. 

COUNCILS, DEGREE OF POCAHONTAS 

There are forty-nine councils In the State, and 
the following meet In San Francisco; 

Pocahontas Council No. 3. Meets every Wednes- 
day at 230 Golden Gate avenue. 



INDEPENDENT OBDEB B'NAI B'BITB. 

DisTKiCT Grand Lodge No, 4. Hugo K. Asher, 
Grand President. San Francisco; I. J. Aschhelm, 
GrandSecretary. 909 Sutter street: Benjamin Harrla, 
Grand Treasurer. Annual meeting on the third " 
day In February at B'nal B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy 



B'NAI B'RITH Hall Association. Jos. Rothl' 
child. President; I.J. Aschhelm. Secretary. Meetin 
second Wednesday of each month at the hall, 
Eddy street. 

San Francisco Board of Relief, I. O. B'l 
B'rith. Meets at B'nal B'rith Hall, 121 Eddy streetj 
on the first and third Sundays of each month. Dn 
A. S. Tuchler, President; Max Moses, Secretary, 



Hon. Dr. Oronhyatekha. Supreme Chief Ranger; 
John A. McGllllvray, Supreme Secretary. 

The office of the High Court of California Is located 
at room 1038 James Flood Building, San Fran- 
cisco. G. Q. Stewart. High Chief Ranger. San 
Francisco; O. S. Cooper, Past High Chief Ranger, 
Vallejo: O. G. Hopkins, High Vice Chief Ranger, 
Sacrampnto: O. K. Brown, High Secretary, San 
Francisco: Jos. H. Nash. High Treasurer, San 
Mateo: C. E. Turner. High Physician, Vallejo; C. W, 
PIckard. High Counselor, Woodland: A. L. Darrow, 
High Auditor. Sacramento; J. C. Grlder, Hlglj 
Auditor, Stockton: J. B. Knudson. High Orator,! 
San Francisco; W. S. Rodgers. High Journal Secre-l 
tary, Boulder Creek; Corop. E. E. Dundas, High 
Organist, Sacramento; G. C. de Zaldo, High Senlol 



Muttersbach, 



Woodward, 

Woodward, Colusa: Wm. Stewart, HIgt 
Marshal. San Francisco; P. A. Helmore, High Con- 

" ' " ' Schroeder. High Messengerj 

Magee, High Senior Beadle, 



Oakl 
San Francisco 

Vallejo: F. H. Ludlngboiise. High Junior Beadlej 
Brentwood. San Francisco Board of Deputies, office 
■iOi. "Call" Annex. 713 Market street. The nexl 
High Court Session will be held at Sacramento IB 
October, 1905. The following Courts are located Iq 
San Francisco. 

Court Golden Gate No. 603 
fourth Thursdays at Red Men' 



Meets second and 
•<■■ 1 

Court Yerba Buena No. 913. Meets every Tuea 
day at 32 O'Farrell street. I 

Court Diana No. 1133. Meets every Thursday d 
24 Fourth street. 

Court Southern Heights No. 1150. Meets 
and third Tuesdays at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Court Golden Era No. 1315. Meets second 
fourth Wednesday at 24 Fourth street, 



24th s 

Court Seal Rock ] 
Mondays at 317 Devlsa 

Court Precita No, 
Wednesdavs at 266S M 



: Hall, corner Ct 

Meets first and third 
sets second and f ourtfl 



lJOIINM.KLi[LECTRICUCO. 

W. J. MORGAN, PRESIDENT AND M«N«G[R 

105-107 Battery St. Tel. Main 389 



„.„Jij1i]JOTm 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



Secrtl Societies. 



>. 3515. Meets flrt^t Thiireday 
Bl ll.u .MarKei Bireet. 

CuUBT Acacia No. 3742. .MeeU first aDtl third 
Tuesdays at 3t Fourtb street. 

CoCBT P01STL0BO8N0.3945. MeetslastTbursdsy 
each month at 1027 Point Lohos avenue. 

CouBT AP0LL.0 No. 3^6. Meets second and fourth 
Mondays at 2131 Miesic 

Companion court ] 
and fourth Thursdays 

Companion Coubt Yirba Bcbxa No. 315. Meets 
arst and third Tuesdays at 32 O'Farrell street. 

Companion Codrt GoLniN Gati No. "(K. Meets 
second and fourth Wednesdays at 1839 Fillmore 

8an Fbancisco Excampmbnt No. 96, Royal For- 
esters. Meets OrBt and third Wednesdays at 20 Eddy 
street. 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Meets at 510 Bu 
Chlef.31 Fifth Stree 
15i Satuina street. 

IndbpinointOrdir Rid Mix's Hall Associa- 
tion. Regular meetings first Tuesday of each month 
at 510 Bush street. Charles Schleslnger. President; 
C. G. Bolsdorir. Secretary, 199 Fourth street. 

JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN 
MECHANICS. 

San Francisco office. 3133 Twenty-second street. 
State officers— William E. Bouton, State Councilor, 
213 Dorland street, San Francisco; D. G. Mitchell, 
State Vice-Councilor. Riverside, CsllfornLi: Ell 
Wright. Jr., Past State Councilor, PMrst National 
Bank Building, San .lose, Callfornli " ~ ■ 



State Council Secretary. 3133 Twenty sec 



[ Paine, 



San Francisco. 

Suliordlnate councils In San Francisco: 

A. Lincoln Council No. 2. Meets at Pioneer 
Building every Thursday evening. 

Stabb King Council No. 6. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

r. S. Giant Council No. 19. Meew at 32 O'Far- 
rell street every Friday evening. 

ALiiANDiB Hamilton Council No. S5. Meets 
second and fourth Monday evenings at 102 O'Farrell 

Dauohtiisof Libirty. A patriotic organization, 
fraternal and benellclal, auxiliary to the Junior 
Order United American Mechanics. 

California Council No. 1. Meets every Wednes* 
day evening at S2 O'Farrell street. 

Mabtba Washington Council No. 2. Meets 
every Monday evening at 32 O'Farrell street. 

KNIQHTS OF HONOR. 

Grand Louoi op California. Room 47, St. Ann's 
Building. Prescolt L. Archibald. Grand Dictator, 
San Francisco; Charles Lamp*?, Grand Vice-Dic- 
tator. San Francisco; Thomas Johnstone, Grand 
Reporter, San Francisco; B. E. George, Grand As- 
sistant Dictator, San Francisco; F. W. Zehfuss. 
Grand Treasurer, San Francisco; W. S. Lane, Grand 
Chaplain, Fresno; Joseph Schulte. Grand Guide, 
Monterey; D. B. Marwick. Grand Guardian, Grass 
Valley; Alonio Whldden, Grand Sentinel, Santa 
Cruz; A. H. Volgt. Past Grand Dictator, Los An- 
geles; E. F. Joy. Grand Trustee, San Francisco; 
Thomas W. Collins, Grand Trustee, San Francisco; 



well L. Crowe, Supreme Lodge Representative; 
Wm. H. Barnes, Supreme Lodge Alternate; W. A. S. 
Nicholson. Supreme Lodge Alternate, 

Amibican Eaoli Lodoi No. 2201. MeeU first 
and third Wednesday evenings of each month at 20 
Eddy street. Samuel Polack. Reporter. 

CONFIUIKCI LoDOI No. 2282. MeeU second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings of each month at 210 
Sauaome street. Harry J. Lask. Reporter. 

EuBiiA LODOi No. 1756. MeeU second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings at 20 Eddy street. George Y. 
Deming, Reporter. 

FloiLiTT LoDoi No. 2108. Meets first and third 
Friday evenings of each month at 20 Eddy street. 



T. 8. Hotcbkiss, Rcporti 

Priikdship Lodob No. 1781. Meeu second and 
last Friday evenings at Alcazar Building. E. Bon- 
nell. Reporter. 

GiRMANiA LoDoi (works In German) No. 171B. 
ry Tuesday 



Ivy Lodok No. 1716. Meets second and IbbI Friday 
evenings of each month at 20 Eddy street. IsaHc 
Onyon. Reporter. 

KITSTOSI LoDOK No. 2107. Meets first and last 
Saturday of each month at Alcazar building. Charles 
Magulrc, Reporter. 

Leland Stanford LoDOE No. 3873. MeeU every 
Thursday evening at SO Eddy street. J. J. Bcran, 

Libirty Lodge No. 3196. Meets every .Monday 
evening at Pioneer Hall, Thomas Bllllugslea, Re- 

NORMAH Lodgi No. 1841. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at 121 Eddy street. Jacob Gans. Reporter. 

Polar Star Lodgi No. 3027. Meets every Friday 
evening at Sixteenth and Valencia streets. J, H. 
Duncan, Reporter. 



Holzheld. Repijrter. 

Union Lodge No. 18i 
Tuesdays of each month s 
J. Vincent, Reporter. 



KNIQHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

Office. 927 Market street, Emma Spreckcls Build- 
ing, room 608. 

Officers— L. G. Wolfe, Past Grand Protector, Oak- 
land; Mrs. Frances J. Williams. Grand Protector, 
San Francisco: D. J, Galraud, Grand Vice-Protector, 
San Jose; H. W. Quitzow, Grand Secretary. 927 Market 
street, San Francisco; A. Gompertz, Grand Treas- 
urer, San Francisco; Mrs. Jennie Nussbaum. Grand 
Chaplain, San Francisco; Mrs. J. Dlnklage. Grand 
Guide, San Francisco; Mrs. M, G. Perry, Grand 
Guardian, Vallejo; W. E. Banbrock. Grand Sentinel, 
East Auburn. Cal. 

The Lodges In this city are: 

Aurora Lodgi No. 302. Meets first and third 
Monday evenings of each month at 431 Post street. 
W. B. Faulkner, Secretary. 

Bay City Lodge No. 619. Meets second and fourth 
Tuesday evenings at 30 Eddy street. S. American, 
M. D., Secretary. 

Goldin Rule Lodgi No. 660. Meets second and 
fourth Thursdays of each month at 1039H Market 
street. F. Kemp Van Ee. M. D., Secretary. 

Magnolia Lodgi No. VUS. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays of each month at room 608, 9'27 Market 
street. J. J. Hicks, Secretary. 

Martha Lodge No. 241. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of each month at 120 O'Farrell street. 
Mrs. A. Graff. Secretary. 



CD 



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OB 

O , 



Wist End Lodgi No. 
third Thursdays of each nv 
Miss Ph. Kaplan. Secretary. 



KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES. 

Bank Building, corner Thirteenth and ttruw 



San Fiakciboo Tint No. 18. K. O. T. M. Meets 
every Friday evening In Pioneer Building. H. H. 
Castle, Record-Keeper. 



Pacific Tint No. «4. Meets every Wednesday 
evenlug at Pioneer Hall. 

Richmond Tint No. 85. Meets every Thursday 
cvenlngat the corner Fourth Avenue and Clement 



KNIOHTS OF PTTHIAS. 



Office, 6 Eddy s 



Officers— R. F. Burns. Grand 
C. Clark. Grand VkeChan 
. L, Shorb. (Irsnil Prclale, 



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The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 

PHONC PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 2T TENTH STREET 

BRANCH OFFICE8-119 Grant Avenue, 115 Powell Street, 1810 Polk Street, 755 Valencia Street 
OAKLAND OrriCC— 1ie« BROADWAV 



WESTERN FUEL CO/GtRrEGrEBRrcil 

3.B OAl-i»-ORIM^ £.Tf^E.*^X fc*^ POTTERY CO. 



Secret Societies. 



CKOCKEK-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 




Hanford; S. G. Little, Giand Master of Exchequer, 
Dixon; H. Schaffner, Grand Keeper of Records and 
and Seal, San Francisco; John Huber, Grand Master 
at Arms. San Francisco; C. Vermason, Grand Inner 
Guard, Perrls: J. H. Johnston, Grand Outer Guard, 
Sacramento: Supreme Representatives— L. S. Calk- 
ins, Nevada City: H. R. Arndt, San Francisco; Geo. 
Samuels, Oakland. Grand Trustees-J. E. Sloan, 
Oakland; Geo. W. Brown, Jackson; H. S. Dumble, 
Bakersfleld. Annual sessions third Monday In May 
of each year. 

SUBORDINATE LODGES IN SAN FRANCISCO. 
Laubsl Lodgi No. 4. Meets every Monday even- 
ing at 220 Golden Gate avenue. 

Meets every Tuesday 



;venlng at 220 Golden 

JKFFERSON LODQB 

'ourth Tuesdays c 



202. Meets 



Meets second and 
ery Saturday 



;venlng at 220 Golden Gate 
Roma Lodge No. 147. Me 

ngat814 Paclflc street. 
Sequoia Lodge No. 188. 

South San Francisco 
!very Tuesday evening at 
eenth avenue South. 

Alemania Lodge No. 
lay evening at 24 Fourth 

Bay City Lodge No. 
lay evening at 233 Sutter i 



Meets every Tuesday 
its every Tuesday even- 
Meets every Tuesday 



Meets every Wedu 



ets every Wednesday 

Meets every Wednes- 

Meets every Friday 



ITANHOE Lodge No. 5. M 
!venlng at 220 Golden Gate a 

Syeacusk Lodge No. 58. 
lay evening at 220 Golden Gi 

Califoknia Lodge No. 1 
ivenlng at 24 Fourth street. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 3. Meets every Th 
lay evening at 220 Golden Gate avenue. 

Unity Lodge No. 61. Meets every Thursday e\ 
ng at 220 Golden Gate avenue. 

Eureka Lodge No. 9. Meets every Friday e\ 
220 Golden Gate av( 

Fai: 
evening at 24 Fourth street. 

Golden City Lodge No. 63. Meets every Fri- 
day evening at 220 Golden Gate avenue. 

Grand Lodge or Rathbone Sisters. Mrs. Maude 
B, Sheehan. Past Grand Chief, Sacramento; Mrs. 
Bettle C. Nickel], Grand Chief, Los Angeles; Mrs. 

. Grand Senior. : Mrs. 

Clara E. Martin, 
dred Hllgerloh, 
Louise Holmes. Grand Mistress of Records and Coi 

rcspondcnce. East Oakland; Mrs. 

Grand Mistress of Finance. Santa Rosa; Mrs. Id 
M. Brook, Grand Protector, San Francisco; Mn 
Isabel Bruce, Grand Outer Guard, San Franclscc 
Mrs. Mary A. Fitzgerald. S. R., Sacramento; Mr; 



KN 



Stlbben 

jhts of Pythias Castle Association, 405 

street. Charles Mllly, President; E. M. Coffey, 




KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE. 

California Ca.stle No. 1. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening. N. S. G. W. Building, 414 Mason street. 
J. 1). Hill. N. C. 1116 Sutter street; Samuel McCall, 
M.of R., 74 Genry street. 

San Francisco Castle No. 2. Meets second and 
fourth Friday evenings, N. S. G, W. Building, 414 
Mason street. C. H. Davis, N. C, 1458 Market street; 
P. Di'wnr, M. of R. 

Ladies of the Golden Eagle, Pacific Temple 
No. 1. Meets second and fourth Monday evenings, 
N. S. G. W. Building, 414 Mason street, Mrs. H. 
MorrlKon. N. T., 609 Jones street; Mrs. A. Corrlne 
McCowan, G. of R.. 1429 Van Ness avenue. 



KNIGHTS OF THE RED BRANCH. 

Thomas D.Kmon<l. Superintendent. Meets . 
Wednesday af th'-lr Hftll. 113:1 Mission street. 



LINCOLN ANNUITY UNION. 

San Francisco Assembly No. 1 meets every 
Wednesday at Prospect Hall, Odd Fellows' building, 
corner Seventh and Market streets. 



Knight Commander; 



H. F. Trump, D. D,, 

H. M. Owens, Supreme bcriue. 

MILITAKT ORDER LOYAL LEGION U. S., 
COMMANDERY OF CALIFORNIA. 

Instituted April 12, iy7i. 
Major General Arthur MacArthur, U. S. Army, 
Commander; Rear Admiral Louis Kempfl. U. S. 
Navy, Senior Vice-Commander; Bvt. Major-General 
Harrison Gray Otis, U. S. Vols., Junior Vlcc-Com- 
mander; Bvt. Lieut. Colonel William Renwlek Smed- 
berg, U. S. Army. Recorder; Assistant Surgeon 
Charles Tenlson Deane, U. S. Vols., Registrar; 
Captain Charles Mason Klnne, U.S. Vols., Treasurer; 
Captain George Puterbaugh, U. S.Vols., Chancellor; 
John Harrison Macomber.U. S. Army Chaplain; Brig. 
Gen. Charles Albert Woodruff, U. S. Army, First 
Lieut. Nathaniel Thayer Messer, U. S. Vols.. First 
Lieut. George Henry Wallace WalUs, late U. S. 
Army, Rear Admiral Oscar Walter Farenholt U. S. 
Navy, Capt. Edward Tracy Allen, U. S.Vols., Council. 
Headquarters, 224 Sansomc street. 



MILITARY ORDER OF FOREIGN WARS OF 
THE UNITED STATES. 

California Commandery. Major General Wil- 
liam R Shafter, Commander; Hon. Bradner W. Lee- 
Vlce-Commander; Major Geo. Whitney Reed, Secre- 
tary, 504 Battery street; Lieut. Fred Dohrmann, Jr., 
Deputy Secretary; Irving F. Moulton, Treasur 



ev. Alfred S. Clark, Chaplain. 

MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. 

GOODPKLLOWSHIP Camp No. 9633. W. J Elliott, 
;reet. Meets In Pythian Castle, 
ery Monday evening. 



Clerk, 407 Thirtieth 
909 Market street, ( 
Occidental Cam 
Market street. Meets second 
at Pythian Castle, 909 Market 



NATIONAL UNION. THE. 

ToSEMiTE Council No. 39, N. U. Meets second 
Thursday of each month In Western Hall, Shlels 
Building, 32 O'Farrell street. W. W. Peck, Secretary, 
3016 Stelner street. 

California Council No. 530, N. U. Meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each month In Lincoln Hall, 
Pioneer Bldg.. 24 Fourth street. C. H. Van Orden, 

San Feancisco Council No. 540, N. U. Meets 
third Thursdays of each month In Colonla Hall, 
Native Son.-,' Building, E. H. Hills, Secretary, Custom 



Pacific Counc 
Friday of 
Building, 



Mlsslo 
Union Counc 
day of each m 
- Ildlng. -■ •■ 



o. 547. N. U. Meets second 
;n month In Portola Hall, Native Sons' 
Mason street. H. W. Maass, Secretary, 



549, N. U. Meets fourth Frl- 
1 Balboa Hall. Native Son's 
itreet. S. P. Holden, Secre- 
tary, 418 California street. 

Golden Gate Council No. 551, N. U. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesdays of each month In Shasta 
Hall, Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. J. H. 
Baker, Secretary, 36 New Montgomery street 

El Dobado Council No. 581, N. U. Meets first 
and third Tuesdays of each month In Shasta Hall, 
Pioneer Building, 24 Fourth street. C. Schuldt, 
Secretary, 14 Battery street. 

EL Capitan No. 997, N. U. Meets first and third 
Thursdays of each month In Balboa Hail, Native 
Son's Building, 414 Mason street. E. B. McManus, 
Secretary, 1002 Powell street. 

Mission Council No. 1010, N. U. Meets second 
and fourth Fridays of each month In Mission Masonic 
Temple, 2668 Mission street. W. A. Hargear, Secre- 
tary, 614 Market street. 

San Kbancisco Cabinet, which has supervision 
over all the councils In San Francisco county, meets 
fourth Thursday of each month In Shlels Building, 
32 O'Farrell street. Ed. IHllon, Jr., Secretary, 1712 



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NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN 
WEST. 

Natitk Uaii.utkbs ok TUJ! Golukx Wkst. 
Gr»nd Offlcers— Past Grand President. Stella Fln- 
keldjr, Suia Cruz; Grand President. Ella E. Caml- 
nettU Jackson; Grand Vice-President, Arlana M. 
StlrllDK, Oceana: Grand Secretary, Laura J. Frakes, 
H3 Stockton street, San Francisco; Grand Treasurer, 
Emma G . Foley, 26 Stonestreet. San Francisco ; Grand 
Marshal, Eva T. Uussenlus. Los Angeles; Granil 



Directors and Grand Trustees— Aga D. Lander, Msr- 
tinez; Anna F, Lacy, San Francisco; Ellen A. 
Lynch, Red BluO; Corlnne Leonhart, Llvermore; 
Annie Monroe, Ferndale; Teresa Trescony Johnson, 
Monterey; Teresa Muldoou. lone City. 
There are eighteen parlors In San Francisco as 

MiMXETA Parlok No. 2. MeeU first and third 
Mondays at Coloma Hall. N. S, G. W. Building. 

Alta Parlor No. 3. Meets Saturday evenings at 
Shasta Hall. X. 6. G. W. Building. 

Obo Fiko Parlor Xo. 9. Meets every Saturday 
evening at Red Men's Building, 220 Golden Gale 

GoLDiK Statr Pabi«r No. 50. MeeU first and 
third Wednesdays at Pioneer Building. 

ORlKDA Parlor No. 56. MeeU second and fourth 
Thursdays at Balhoa Hall. K. S, G. W. Building. 

Fermont Parlor So. 59. Meets every Monday 
evening at Pioneer Building. 

BCRNA Vista Parlor So. 68. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Yosemlte Hall, N. S. G. W. Building. 

Lab Lokab Parlor So. 72. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings at Mission Parlor Hall. 

YosEMlTX Parlor So. 83. Meets flrsc and third 
Tuesday evenings at Mission Opera Hall. 

La Esterlla Paelor So.89^ MeeU every Satur- 
day evening at Sierra Hall, N. 

Sans Socci Paelor So. 96. Me 
fourth Monday evenings at I. O. O. F. 

Calaveras Paelob So. 103. Meets first and third 
Tuesday evenlnga at Coloma Hall. N. S, O, W. Bulld- 

Darixa Paelob So. 114. Meets every Monday 
evening at Scandla Ball, 161 City Hall avenue. 

La Vrbprro Parlor So. 118. Meeu second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings at Masonic Hall, Four- 
teenth street and Railroad avenue south. 

Las ToRROSAS Parlor So. 131. Meeu every Tues- 
day evening at Coloma Hall, S. S. O. W. Building. 

Ornrvirvr Parlor So. 132. Meets second and 
fourth Thursday evenings at Masonic Hall, Four- 
teenth street and Railroad avenue south 

Kritu Paelob So. 137. Franklin Hall, comer 
Bush and Fillmore. 

Gabbielle Paeloe So. 139. Elks Hall, 223 Sutler 



1 meetings commence the second Tuesday I 



HATIVB SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST. 

Sative Sons or tbr Golden West. Ofllce of 
the Grand Secreury, .S. S. G. W. Building. 414 Mason 
street. Grand Parlor organized Sovember 80, 1878. 

Grand Ofllcera — Charles E. McLaughlin. Past 
Grand President. Qnlncy; Jas. L. Gallagher. Grand 
President, 206 Bansome street. San Francisco; Walter 
D. Wagner. Grand First Vice-President. San Ber- 
nardino; M. T. Doollng. Grand Second Vice-Presi- 
dent. Holllster; C. M. Belshaw, Grand Third Vlce- 
Piwident, Antloch; Charles II. Tamer, Grand 
Secrctitry, 414 Mason street, San Francisco; Jno. E. 



mento; Geo. W. Colgan, Grand -Inside SentI 
Santa Rosa; Geo. L. Farmer. Grand Ouulde i 
tinel. Callstoga. Grand Trustees— Joseph U. Kn 
T Halcyon Parlor So. 146. Alameda, Cha' 



Daniel A. Ryan, of Pacific Parloi 






Los Angeles; C. K. Jarvls, of Amador 
Parlor So. 17, Sutter Creek; Warren R. Porter, of 
Wasaonvllle Parlor So. 65, Wauonvllle; Thos. Mon- 
ttaaD, Sas Jose Parlor No. 22. San Jose; Fletcher A. 
Cutler, of Hnmholdt Parlor No. 14, Eureka. 

There are 244 parlors (16,000 members) In the Bute, 
28 of which are In San Francisco, as follows: 

California Parlor So. 1. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at N. 8. '" 



o. 10. ! 

. Bulldin 



ery Tuesday 



N.S. G. W. Bulldin 



Wednesday 

Francisco Parlor So. 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 Paelob So. 72. Meets every Wednesday 
evening at S. S, G. W. Building. 

Stanford Fablob No. 76. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Terra Borna Parlor No. 84. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Bat City Parlor No. 104. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at N. 8. G. W. Building. 

SlANTic Paelor No. 105. Meets every Tuesday 
evening at N. S.G. W, 

National Parlor No, 
dayevenlngatN. S. O.-W. 

IIxspRBlAN Parlob No. 137. Meets every Thur 



day eve: _ 

ALCALDE Paelob No. 154. Meets every Wednes 
day evening at S. S. G. W. Building. 

SoiTB San Feancisoo Parlor No. 157. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Masonic Hall. South 
San Francisco. 

Sehdoia Parlor No. 160. Meets every Monday 
evening at S. S. G. W. Building. 

Precita Parlob No. 187. Meets every Thursday 
evening at Mission Masonic Hall, 2668 Mission street. 

Olympds Parlor So. 189. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Devlsadcro Hall, 317 Devlsadero 

Presidio Parlor No. 194. Meets every Monday 
evening at Stelmke Hall. Octavla and Union streets. 

Marshall Parlor No. 202. Meets every Wednes- 
day at Marshall Hall, 132 Montgomery street. 

Abmy and Navy Pablor No. 207, Meets every 
Friday evening at N. S. G. W. Building. 

Dolores Paklob No. 208. Meets every Monday 
evening at Mission Masonic Hall, 2668 Mission street, 

TWIN Peaks Parlor No.214. Meets every Wednes- 
day evening at Duveneck's Hall, at Church and 
Twenty-fourth " 



BnssiAN Hill Parlor No. 229. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at Lodge Hall, 1605 Polk street. 

GCADALfPE Parlor So. 231. Meets every Tues- 
day evening at Pathfinder Hall, 4489 Mission street. 



ORDER OF HERHANK-S SONS. 

Omccrs — Charles Hahn, Grand President; Alex. 
Hagedorn, Grand Vice-President; E. O. BrUBgc. 
Grand Secretary, 40« Brannan street; F. Mich- 
eelsen. Grand Treasurer. Executive Board meets 
fourth Thursday of each month at 413 Sutter street. 

San Francisco Lodoe So. 1. Meets every 
Wednesday at 413 Sutter i 



Lodoe No. 3. Meets every Tues- 
day at 413 Sutter street. 

EcBEEA Lodge No. 6. Meets every Friday at 
24 Fourth street. 

OERMANiA Lodoe No. 7. Meets every Tuesday 
at 413 Sutter street. 

North Beach Lodoe No. 9. Meets every 
Monday at 413 Sutter street. 

Mission Lodoe No. 10. Meets every Thursday 
In Mission Turn Vcreln Hall. 

HoFFNONO Lodge No. 1 (Ladles'). Meets every 
Thursday at 413 Sutter street. 



No. II. Meets every Fri 
lay evening of each month in FIndlay's Hall. 314 J 
ieventeenth streei. 

MoLlN Corx( IL So. 323, Meets every Monday 
^venlngln Encampment Hall, Odd Fellows' BulUiinK. 
leventh and Market streets. 

ORDER OF SONS OF ST. OEOROB. 

The Grand Lodge of the Pacific Coast Jurisdiction 
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ST LoDGK No. 194. Meets Saturday <;ven- 
ilels Building, 32 O'Farrell street. R. J. 

CK Lodge No. 259. Meets MoDday even- 



ROTAL ASCANITH. 



Regent; "W. O. Robson, 407 Shawmut avenue. Boston, 
Mass., Supreme Secretary. G. Gunzendorfer. 325 
Montgomery street, San Francisco. Cal., Supreme 
Representative. Grand Council of California meets 
annually In March In Los Angeles. Robert F. Jones, 
Grand Regent, Santa Monica; D. W. Maloon, Grand 
Secretary, Blanchard Building, South Broadway, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Abgonattt Council No. 597. Meets second and 
fourth Monday evenings at 24 Fourth street. 

Golden West CotrsciL No. 1716. Meets first and 
third Monday evenings at 24 Fourth street. 

BuENA Vista Council No. 1601. Meets first and 
third Thursday evenings at 24 Fourth street: 

San Francisco Council No. 1622. Meets second 
and fourth Thursday evenings at 24 Fourth street. 

Sequoia Council No. 2029. Meets second and 
fourth Friday evenings at Native Sons' Building, 






Thursdays. 



SOCIETY OF AMERICAN WARS. 

Commander. Rear- Admiral Henry Glass. U. S. N.; 
Vice Commanders, Brigadier- General Jacob B. 
Rawles. U. S. Senator George C. Perkins; Recorder. 
Howard G. Stevenson. 5:i2 Market; Genealogist 
William H. Anderson; Registrar. James H. Deer- 
Ing; Historian. John Ezra McDowell; Chancellor, 
William H. Jordan; Chaplain, Arthur Crosby. 
D. D.; Surgeon. Philip King Brown. M. D.; Treas- 
urer. Archibald J. Treat; Musical Director, Charles 
G. Buck. Council — David Starr Jordan, Wm. Penn 
Humphreys. William A. Brewer, D. D.; Col. Charles 
■ William E. HopklD 



SONS OP THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 

James Denton Hancock. Franklin. Penn., Presi- 
dent-General; A. Howard Clark, Wa--hIngton, D. C. 
SecretaryGeneral. Board of Managers of the Cali- 
fornia Society— Alexander G. Eells, President : Ed- 
ward Mills Adams. Senior Vice-President; John A. 
Hosmer, Junior Vice-President ; Dr. J. Mora Moss, 
Secretary, 603 Mutual Savings Bank Building; Clar- 
" " Market street; Byr 



:nce S. Scott, Treasu 

Mauzy. Marshal. 303 Post street; Col. A. S. Hubbard, 
Registrar. 2329 Bush Street. 



SONS OF VETERANS. 

Frank B. Wilson. Senior VIce-Comm»nder-ln-Chlef. 
506 Parrott Bldg., San Francisco. Division Head- 
quarters. Los Angeles, Cal, Division Officers — John 
A. Medlar. Division Commander. Los Angeles ; 
Frank B. Wilson. Division Commander. San Fran- 
cisco; L. B. Mallery.J. V. Division Commander, Los 
Gatos; David S. Cahen, Quar' 
Cisco; Frank R. Handley. Dlv 



Tuesday 
Gould. C. 
mander : 



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No. 15. Meets second and fourth 
at 320 Post street. George S. 
; A. L. Lean. Senior Vlce-Com- 
Flrst Sergeant ; W. 
Sergeant. 



Lincoln Camp No. 16. Meets first and third Fri- 
days In each month at American Hall, Alcazar 
Building. D. S. Cahen, Commander: Sanborn B»c- 
cus. Senior VIce-Commander ; Monroe J. Orr, First 
Sergeant; A. McCoy, Quartermaster Sergeant. 

Ladies' Aid Society. No. 5. Lincoln Camp. 
id fourth Fridays at American Hall. 



ar BulM 
Miss Mil 



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TRIBE OF BEN-HUR. 

i CouEf N'o 1. Meets ei 
In Welc .me Hall. I. O. c). 



Scribe. 1265 Eddy s 
fourth Tuesday ev 



No. 10. Meets on second and 
lings In Mission Masonic Temple. 
E. S. Fyfe, Scribe, 3303 Mission 



UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. 

Meets In Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter street. The 
Grand Grove meets the third Tuesday In June of 
each year. Charles de Legh. Noble Grand Arch; 
George Beck, Past Noble Grand Arch; W. G. Anton- 
ovlch. Deputy Grand Arch ; J. F. MartlnonI, Grand 
Secretary. 413 Sutter street; P. J. Mollterno. Grand 



UNITED ORDER OF CADMUS. 

J. L. Pollto. Supreme Secretary, 515 James Flood 
Building. 

UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS. 

Department of California organized 1904. Head- 
quarters, rooms 5S2-.5S3 Parrott Building. Depart- 
ment Officers— Hugh T. Sime. Department Cum- 
mander, San Francisco; Wm. T. Dunne, S. V. Com- 
mander, Oakland; E. J. Colvln, J. V. Commander, 
ValleJo;Edw. F. Schulz, Adjutant. San Francisco; 
Otto F. Huher. Quartermaster. San Francisco; H. E. 
Curzon. Inspector. San Francisco; Allen Brant, 
Judge Advocate. San Jose; G. H. Richardson. Sur- 
geon. San Francisco; Rev. J. P. McQualde. Chap- 
lain. San Francisco. 

Rkixhold Richtee Camp No. 2. Meets every 
Wednesday evening at 24 Fourth street. Pioneer 



WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

California Headquarters. 850 Market street. San 
ranclsco, Peter F. Gllroy, General Organizer. 

No. 64. Meets everv Monday 
^-. W. Building. John 



Golden G 
evening at Shasta Hall, 
WIsnom. Clerk. 3576 17th street. 

Redwood Camp No. 91. Meets 



Thursday 



ry Tt 
evening In Pioneer Hall. Pioneer Place. J. N. 
Clerk. 1314 Minna street. 
Mission Camp No. 264. Meets every Wednesday 



Mission street. 

Tuesday evening In Plo 

F. De Rocco. Clerk, 2551 Lake street. 

Tamalpais Camp No. 427. Meets 
evening In Pioneer Hall, Pioneer Place, A.'G. Gllson. 
Clerk, 401 Kohl BulMlng. 

Calumet Camp No. 436. Meets every Tuesday 
evening In Mutual Hall. Shlels Building, O. J. Peter, 
son. Clerk, 4.55 Vermont street. 

San Fbancisco Camp No. 437. Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Southeast corner Sixteenth and 
!. H. J.McCllntock,Clerk, 12 Chenery 



very Monday 






Richmond Camp No. 470. Meets every Friday 
evening In Richmond Hall, corner Fourth avenue 
and Clement, J. F. O'Rorke. Clerk. 242 Fourth 

California Camp No. 634. Meets every Monday 
evening. Balboa Hall, N. S. G. W. Bulldlne. D. L. 
Mayers. Clerk. 1301 Octavla s 

North- ~ 

Pfellter street. 

Applewood Camp No. 696. Meets every Friday 
evening In Pioneer Hall, Pioneer Place, A. Apple, 
Clerk, 606 Halght street. 

Haven Camp No. 740. Meets every Wednesday 
evening In Pioneer Hall, Pioneer Place, De Witt 
Brlggs, Clerk. 220 Sutter e 



I Friends Cai 



nlng 



• No. 741. 



Woodmen Headquarter 



ieph Herzog. Clerk. 281 Paris street. 

Golden West Camp No. 748. Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Red Mens Building, 220 Golden Gate 
avenue, James Ellison, Clerk. 5^ Camp street. 

Pathfinder Camp No. 750. Meets every Friday 
evening. 4439 Mission street, L. A. Donovan. Clerk. 
251 Paris street, 

W. L. Temple Camp No. 761. Meets first and third 
Wednesdays In Pioneer Hall, Pioneer Place, H. H. 
Varnev. Clerk, 214 Pine street. 



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HALSTED & CO. UNDERTAKERS 

946 Mission street, TeL South 163. 

SOCIAL SOCIETIES. 

AuvAXCB Clcb. a 8ocI«I and literary club. 925 
Golden Gate avenue. 

AlOMXI ASBOCIATIOX COLLKOK OF PHiRMiCT OT 

TBI l"siTm>,lTT OF Calipornia. Orifanlzed In 
188J. Preildent. F. W. NUh; First VlcePrealdent. 
Ike Tobrloer; Treasurer. Cbarles J. Abraham; 
Secretary. Attlllo 



Cbarles J. 
lusante. 724 Union i 
Francisco Meetings are held quarterly 
•lly. 



ASSOCIATIOS COLLEOI OF PHTSICIAHS 

AtD SI'ROROSS. Dr. P.UBS R.Bullock. President; Dr. 
Chas. M. Troppmann. Secreury, 45J Sliih street. 

ALCaNI AsSOCIATIOS OF THR USIIVRRSITY OF 

Califur.sia. Alei. G. Bells. President; Alfred C. 
Skalfe. Secreury. TIO-TIS James Flood Building. 

ALIJMNI ASSOCIATIOS OF HA9TIK08 CoLLKOR OF 

THR Law. Mills Building. Law Department of 
the University of California. Annual meeting In 
May Thoma. E Haven. President; Olln L. Berry, 
lot Sutter street. Secretary. 

ALUHKI A890CIATIOX OF ST lONATlUB COLLROR. 

THR. Rev.Hei.ry Woods.S. J.. Moderator; Jeremiah 
F Sullivan. President; John E. Fltzpatrlck. Secre- 



Cai.ifornia Association Football Vxiox 
Ucudquarters, 1865 Post street. J. D. Robertson 
Chairman; Henry Roberts. Secretary. 

California Camera Clob^ 819 Market street. 



. L. Coombs. President: 



DassonvlUe. Secre- 

A. Building. Mrs. 
Mrs. D. J. MacMaster. 
Secretary; Mrs. Frederick W. B»ker. 
Secretary; Mrs. Hadwen Swain. 
Treaufer. 

California Ctcling Clob. Incoei-oratrd. 
Southwest corner Twenty-second and Folsora 
streets. C. L. Mclnerney. President; E. A. Mitchell. 



Secretary. 



iCLtJB. 






«IA Lawk Tens 
east corner Bush and Scott streets. 

Crrclr FBAKCAI8. .136 Post Street. Meets third 
Thursday of each month. Max Brooks. President; 
.lacob Samuels. Vice-President; B.Relss. Treasurer; 
Emlle Levy. Secretary, 7 Sansome street 



Frde 



iRRiCAN Oi; 



iLD— GoLDRN Gate Chaiter No. 
Wednesday of every month at 452 
Slith street. Dr. Chas. M. Troppmann, Secretary. 
Aroo.vaCT Club. Northeast corner Post and 
Leavenworth streets. Ell H. Wlel. President; John 
I. Walter, Recording Secretary; M. H. Esberg. Ll- 
Arion Vehein. Club Rooms. 421 Post street. 
Business meetings second Wednesday of each month. 
Ladles chorus meets ..«.....• .....-■..„ m-i.. 



ASSOCIATED ALCMXI OFTHR UmTRRSITV OF CAL- 
IFORNIA. Consists of all graduates of the sevj^ral 
colleges and professional departmenti * -•- - " 
venilty. Annual meeting l~ °~" ■•-*" 



Thursday 



Francisco second 
November Joseph O. Morrlsey, Presl- 
■ Anna .McNeill, Secretary. Flood Building. 

'.nnlATRD VrTERANS OF THE MtZICAH WAR. 

each month. George 
_ fin A. Sherman. Vlce- 
_ Duncan. Secreury; Sydney 
Loop. Treasurer: J. Bender. Marshal. Hall Room. 

'"B^rcl?"- WHEEL-EK. THE, Club house, m 
Golden Gate avenue. Austin Kaniee, President; J. 
M. Salaiar, Secretary. 

hearClvb OF Califoria. Organized, 1883. The 
pioneer Republican club of the Sute. Meets first 
•Thursday of each mi>nth In R-nal B'rlth Hall, IJ 
Eddy street. Oscar A. Tolle. President, 825 Market 



James D. Phelan, President; Frederic W. Hall, 
Vice-President; Charles 8. Aiken. Secretary; T. G. 
Banbom. Treasurer. _ «... 

BRITISH AXi> AMRRICAN Umo.t. THE. Organized 
July 24 1901 Its object Is to strengthen and make 
permanent the political, social and commercial 
bonds which unite the two nations President. 
Frederick W. DEvelyn; Flrat Vice-President O. 
Alexander Wright: Corresponding Secretary. 
Thomas C. West; Treasurer. William Pardy. Head- 
quarters. 927 Market street. .>,,.«>, 

BmrxER Hill Association. Organized In 18«0to 
Inculcate a feeling of patriotism and commemorate 
the anniversary of the ever eventful Battle of Bun- 
ker Hill. June I7th. Always celebrate the battle of 
Bunker Hill on the 17th of June each year. George 
W. Caawell. Secretary. OIBce 412 Sacramento street 

Calrdonian Club. Meets In Scottish Hall. 117 
Larkin street. Brat and third Friday evenlnga of each 
month. D. D. McRae. Chief: Jas. H. Duncan, Secre- 

"aliforkia AsaooiATioN Football Leaooe. 

ISU Post street. Tallealn F.vans.Pres- 

lenry Roberts. Secretary. JOB Pine street; 

Rohlnmin. Treasurer, 2R14a Twenty fourth 



,__,,,^ . «.— .- J. Truman. President; C. 

B Perkins. Secreury: office. 815 Call Building. 

Concordia. Thr. Southeast corner Post street 
and Van Ness avenue. Simon Newman, President; 
Ed Salz, Vice-President; Henry Meyer, Treasurer; 
Herbert L. Rothrhlld, Secretory. Board of Directors 
meets third Tuesday In each month. 

Cobiktbian Yacht Club. Headquarters and 
club house. TIburon. Marin county, C«l. Thomas 
Jennings, Commodore; E. J. Bowes, Secretary, i\» 

"cosl"o°8 c[ui"1»J Sutter street. W. B. Bradford, 
President; Willis G. Dodd. Vice-President: Marlus 
J. Kast, Honorary Secretary; Charles E. Miller, 

Treasurer. . ,,^, 

Council of Associatrd Alomxi of the uni- 
TER8ITY OF CALIFORNIA. Annual meet ng second 
Thursday In November at Mark Ilopkin s Institute 
of Art. Dr. Jos. G. Morrlssey, President; Anna Mc- 

"cBOS^s'coisTitY CH.B. Walks every alternate 
Sunday. Membership confined to men. t. w 
Ikelton, President; J. M. Coller. Vice-President. 
Joseph A. Street, Secretary, 1615b Clay Btreet. 

CVMRODORIOS SOCIRTY OF Caj-iforsia. Meets 
on the Third Friday of each month at Pioneer 
Building. 24 Fourth street. Candidate for member- 
ship roust be of Welsh birth or descent. Rees 
p. Daniels. President; Richard J. Hughes Record 

Ing Secretary. 181 Noc street. 

Dartmouth Collror Alumni Asbociation of 
THR Pacific Coast. Annual reunion and dinner 
Second Thursday In April. T. A. Perkins Pres- 
ident Crocker Building; S. C. Smith, Secretary. 

Dii'taTau Drlta Fraternity. San FBANC18CO 
ALUMNI Abbociation of. William Wilson McNslr. 
Merchanu Exchange. President; Morris Elmer 
Dalley. First Vice-President; Prof. A. O. Lcuschner. 
Second Vice-President: K- B- n<;°2"'T"'in^d^<.l- 
fornla street. Treasurer: Herberts. Bonineld.31. 
Montgomery street, Secreury. Dinners bi-monthly. 
Dry Goods Mrk's Abbociation of San Fran- 
cisco. Meets first and third Thursday evenings 
of each month at Alcazar Building. B. Hirsch. 
President; F.. J. Dcrvan, Recording Secretary. 

Forum Clib of California. 223 Suiter street 
Lectures and musical programmes, second and fourth 
Wednesdays. First and third Wednesdays, current 
topic days. Programme by Club members Presl 
dent. Mrs. Frank Fredericks, 2615 Union street; Re- 
cording Secreury. Miss May Shannon 2310 Jackson 
street; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Josephine 
Fensler, 1027 Orcen street. „ , „ <, 

GOLDRN Oatr Gun Club. Stanley G. Scovcrn 
Secretary, Grant Building. 

Goldrn Gate Male CJuartettr. Frank Onslcw. 
nrst tenor; Arthur A. Macurda. second tenor: John 
de P. Teller, flrst bass; Henry L. Perry, second ba-s; 
offlce. 191 California street: telephone Jam»» mn. 
Harvard Club of San Francisco. F. H 
Wheelan. President: Richard C. Harrison. Secretary; 

*'nRjBRN''vERRi''N (S. F. Hcssen Unlstutz Vereln) 
Meets second and fourth Thursdays In each month 
at 320 Post street. 

IROQUOIS Club. Meets at B nal B rith "«''• 1^' 
Eddy .Vreet. every Friday. Object Is to further the 
intcresu of the Democratic Party and promote social 

among Its members William J. Locke. 

Edwin Ray ZIon. Recording Secretary; 

Held, Corresponding Secreury; Wllllaiii 

en. Treasurer; Louis Mctzger. Chairman 
Chief Consul. Enrico 



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h.XICKERBOCKEE MaLK QuaRTET. OfflcC 1323 

Mission street. Telephone South 781, also at room l 
??" o'"-^°=°''! l""'^"'- Herbert WIlllamB, first tenor;' 
Dr. R.W. Smith, second tenor; D.B.Crane, first bass; 
L. A. Larsen, second bass. D B Crane Manaeer 
m Frederick street, tel. Page 3-J32. 
ti i?".',,^ Club. Rehearsals are held at Druids' 
Han, 41,1 butter street, every Monday evening. Four 
musical entertainments are given every season, begin- 
ning InJune of each year. Wakefield Baker. Presi- 
dent; W. C. Stadtfeld, Secretary; David W. Lorlng. 

MoCloud Country Club. 
Ident. .321 Pine street; Wallai 
PaclBc-UnionClub. 

Merchants' Club. Mutual Life Building. Rooms. 
=»,„„, h .nd eighth floors. ^ • 



r.^^^^?^J^J, Social Union oe San Francisco, 
Office— 1(W7 Market street. R. V. Watt. President; C 
B. Perkins, Secretary. Meetings held at call of the 
President. 

Xetherland Society Wilbelmina. The. H 
Wllten. President; G. Crans, Secretary. S7o Four- 



Califoeni 
Thomas I 
, Vice-Presl 



JOKEY Club. 23 Kearny 
llllams. President; Adam 
; Percy W. Treat. Secretary. 
il George Stone, 
Meets quarterly 



President; H. P. Bush, Seci 
at Occidental Hotel. 

Norwegian Club Fram. Meets first Saturday 
and third Thursday of each month. 1237 Market 
street. J. Bernhoff. President; O. Soegaanl, Sec- 



Socii 



Call 



Olsen. President. 

(Inco^rporated). 
Jordan, 



Meets first Friday of each month. _ 

President. Headquarters, room 1312 Claus Sprcckt... 
Bldg.; Louis P. McCarty, Secretary, 929 O'Farrell 
street; W.L.Maule. Financial Secretary, 229 Mont- 

"Old Friends." Meets second and fourth Wednes- 
day night of each month in Old Friends' Hall. I Fifth 
street. Geo. W. Kelly. President ; J. E. Slinkey. Sec- 
retary, oaice. 873 Market, corner Fifth street. 

Olympic Club. The. 524 Post street. The building 
erected by the club contains a magnificent swimming 
tank filled with ocean water, and the parlors, halls, 
and various apartments are modern and beautiful in 
all their appointments. The system of baths, tubs, 
showers, Russian. Turkish, is as complete and 
handsome as any in the country. The Directors 
nieet every other Friday night. William Greer 
Harrison. President; J. C. B. Hebbard. Vice-Pres- 
ident; John Elliott, Secretary; Henry B. Russ. Treas- 
urer; T. J. Gough. Superintendent. 

423 Emma Spreckeis Building. Western DlJ'lslon'^'of 
the .\mateur Athletic Union of the United States. 
W. B. Hinchman, President. 641 Market street; Her- 
bert Hauser. Secretary and Treasurer. 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons of 
Vermont. .\. L. Adams. President; Daniel T. Cole. 
E. W. Woodward and George Partridge. Vice-Presi- 
dents; A. O. Colton, Secretary, Mills Building; A. 
W. Scott. Treasurer. 

Pacific Psi Upsilon Union. Meets at Califor- 
nia Hotel second Friday In April and on November 
21th. Sidney V. Smith. President; Edw. Mills 
Adams, Secretary. 126 Stockton street, room 5. 

Pacific-Union Club. Organized February 1. 
1889. by the consolidation of the Pacific and the Union 
clubs. Northeast corner Post and Stockton streets. 
Wakefield Baker. President; Timothy Hopkins. Vice- 
President; F. S. Moody, Secretary and Treasurer. 

PeesJ Club of San FeancI6co. Press Club 
Building. 123 Ellis street. W. C. Holllway, President; 



Librarian. 

Sak Francisco Club. Claus Spreckeis Bldg.. 3rd 
and Market streets. A. B. Spreckeis. President; L. 
M. Hoefler. Vice-President; Charles Stallman 
Secretary; Geo. W. Kline. Treasurer. 

San Fran-Cisco Fly Casting Club. Edward 
Everett, President, Kohl Building; T. C. Klerulff. 
Secretary and Treasurer. 215 Sansome street. 



;Fras 



Objects 



staining girle 

.aura E. McDowell, Superln 



Dr. J. R. Clark. Spencer C. Bu 

.Kf^/J"*?"""" Grutli-Verein. Meets first and 

third Tuesday at Union Square Hall. 421 Post street 

San Francisco Kennel Club. Charles k' 
Harley. President; J. E. de Ruyter. First Vice-Presi- 
dent; John L. Cunningham. Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 854 Harrison street. 

San Francisco Maennebchob. Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Mission Turn Verein Hall, 18th 
street near Valencia. Henry Bobslen. President: 
Edward Arndt, Secretary; Theo. Vogt. Leader. 

San Francisco Schueteen Veeein. J. D.Helse, 
±|resldent; K.Wertheimer. Secretary. Meets second 
Wedrietday of each month at Saratoga Hall, 840 

San Francisco Scottish Thistle Clue. Meet* 
at Fraternity Hall. 32 O'Farrell street, the second 
and fourth Thursday evenings of each month 
George W. Paterson, Royal Chief; George Dow, 
Chieftain; Alex. E. Carlisle. Recorder, 509a Asb 
avenue; George W. Miller. Treasurer. 

San Fbancisco Turn Veeein. 347 Turk street 
Stated meetings, first and third Wednesdays of each 
month, at 8:30 p. m. Social meetings for members 
and friends last Wednesday of each month. Franz. 
Acker, President; Paul Leonhard, Vice-President; 
Joseph Kuhn, Secretary; Fritz Koch, Treasurer- 
Hans Goetze. Teacher. Wednesdays, from 8:00 to 
9:30 P.M., Ladies; Mondays and Thursdays, from 7:00 
to 8:50 p. M., Juniors; from 8:50 to 9:50 p. M., Seniors; 
Boys and Girls' School every afternoon and Saturday 

SCO Whist Club. Club rooms, * 
reet. Geo. E. Bates, President; Clay 
Secretary. 

Tacht Club. Club House In 



San Fr 

Mason sti 
Sloe 
San Fra 

Punnett, ^Ice^Coramodore . 

Secretary 



Comraodo 

Kennedy, Port 
3 Montgomery 



Odeon, 8 O'Farrell Street. 

Society of California Volunteers. Annual 
Meeting at Occidental Hotel on the 25th of April. 
Composed of those who served In the California 
Volunteers. U. S. A. President. John C. Innes; 
First Vice-President. Albert Brown; Second Vice- 
President. R. A. Sarle, 3S-J9 Clay street; Correspond- 



Gorley, 

Sons 

Meets ( 



AND Daughters of the "Old Feiends." 
ivery Thursday evening at No. 1 Fifth street. 
Market. Franklin F. Lord, M. D.. President; 
'ene Strieker, Secretary. 

OF Exempt Firemen's Association, Ik- 
ated. Meetings held on the third Wednes- 

each month at 15 Brenham Place. L. S. 
, President; William G. McKlbbin, Secre- 



tary, Tax Collector's Offlc 

State Floral Society. Central Hall, 22 
street. Meets second Friday of each month a 
Emory E. Smith, Palo Alto. President; Mr 
Tricou, 814 Grove street. Secretary. 

Swedish Singing Society of San Fea 
(Male.) Meets every Thursday evening at 1 
rein Hall, 3-23 Turk street. 

The Family. 228 Post street. E. H. Hi 
President; Louis Sloss. Vice-President; Ed 
Bowes. Secretary; Beverly Letcher, Treasur 
Ham L. Matlock, Manager. 

Tkiton Boating and Swimming Club. 
near Larkin Street. 

Union League Club. The. The lead; 
publican club of the Pacific Coast. Headc 
Palace Hotel. George H. Pipp.v. President 
Fuller. Secretary; E. M. Larabee, Manager. 



Receptions 
aing of the 



Union Square Club. Receptions In Pio 

month. E. O. 
etary. Office, 

University of California Club. 297 Geary 
street. A. J. Cloud, President; Frank W. Altken. 
Secretary. 

University Club. 722 Sutter street. Thomas 
Magee. Jr.. President; W. W. Thurston, Secretary 
and Treasurer; E. J. Phillips, Assistant Secretary. 

Univeesity of Michigan Club. Meets second 
Saturday In October and .\prll. Edward Mills Adams, 



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Pre»ldenl; J. A. Pcocy. Vice President; 1. J. Tru 
man. Jr.nnd C. G. Fuwler. Executive Commlltee; 
William H. Birrowa.Secretaryand Treasurer. Phelan 
Building. 

Vkb«is Eix- 
Twelfth •treei. . 

nard Dreyer. President; Charles Wederoeyer, Sccre- 
Bernbard W. Jaetane. Manager. 



Tuesday of ev 



rumm streets, on the second 
th at 7:30 p. m. Rev. Joseph 
nry F. Kden, Secretary. 



Barnes. Secre- 



ViTKBAS Odd Fk 
Thompson. President; William 
tary. I. O. O. F. Hall. 

V«TIBiS KlRIHIX'S AsaOOlATIOK OF SaH FBAK- 

CISCO. Is a social and charitable organization. 
Headquarlers. 15 Brenham Place. Organlied No- 
vember 30. 1898. Incorpor«ted June 10. 1899. The 
ompoaed of exempt and active 
of the San Fr»ncl«co Fire Department. 
Regular meetings the first Tuesday of each month. 
Bigular meetings of Board of Directors third Tues- 
day of each month at 15 Brenham Place. Wm. H. 
Williams. President; F. C. Hensley, Recording Sec- 
retary; office 416 Market street. 

VbtBBAN VoLONTKKB FlBBMBSf'S AssOOlATIOIf OF 

Califobxia. Meets at 283 Jessie street on the sec- 
ond Tuesday of each month. Stephen Bunner. Pres- 
ident; J. J. McMahon. Recording Secretary. 

VBTBBA.VS OF THB CaLIFORSIA HCNDRKD AND 

Battalion. 422 California street. Composed of the 
•urvlvom of the 500 men who served lu the 2d Mass- 
achusetts Cavalry, as members of the California Hun- 
dred and California Cavalry Battalion. C. Mason 
KInne, President; H. W Mortimer. Secretary. 

414 Mason'street. A. P Black. President: George 
A.MulUn. VIce-Presldeni: Charles W. Etting, Re- 
cording Secretary. ItO Sixth street. 

Talb Alcmsi Association of Califobkia. 
William Mnyo Sewhall. President; John Shepard 
Eells. Secrolary, 32t Pine slreel. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 



fAL AnsTIMBNCI AKD 

Bbnkvolbnt SocfETV No. 1. Meeta second and 
fourth Friday evenings of each month at 131 Eddy 

Evening Stab Lodge No. 111. Meets at 90 Eddy 
street nrst and third Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. 

Habmony Lodge No. 179. Meets first and third 
Thursdays at XX) Post i 



291. Meets every 

I Eisex street. 

. Meets In Stelmke 



AL Lodge 
Monday evening at 8 o'cloc 

Spbing Vallet Lodges 
Hall. Octavla near Union 
evening at 8 o'clock. 

Vallet Lodge No. 293. Meets at 30 Eddy street 
every second and fourth Friday cvenlnga at 8 o'clock. 

League of tub Cbossof the Abchdiooess of 
San Fbancisco (Incorporated). Headquartera. 1139 
Market street. A society to promote temperance and 
total abstinence among boys and men. Has 
branches In every parish of the .\rchdloce8e. of San 
□d. In addition, a military organUatlon 
t companies, band. Held mualc and hoapl' 
tal corps, known as the League of the Croaa 
Cadets. All members are hound by a pledge of 
total abstinence from Intoxicating liquors. Direc- 
tors- Most Rev. P. W. Ulordan. D. D.. Rev. Philip 
O'Ryan. 8. J. Cunningham. D. D. 8.. Col. James E. 
Power. Luke M. Carroll, and William R Christy. 
Rev. Philip ORyi - ■ ■ • • - ■ -■ 



BANDS OF HOPE. 



Francisco 



Tuesday evening. S23c Si 

WErrBBN Stab Hani 

Freewill Baptist Churct 

every Sunday at 3:30 r. 



WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. 

State Officers— Mrs. B. SturtevautPeet. President. 
Stockton; Mrs. Dorcas J. Spencer. Recording Secre- 
tary; Miss Anna E. Chase. Corresponding Secretary, 
132 McAllister street. 8ao Francisco. 

San Fbanoisco Codnty Union Mrs. Alice E. 
Bradley. President; Mrs. A. C. Balnbrldge. Vice- 
President; Dr. Allda Avery. Recording Secretary; 
Mrs. S. B. McCoy, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 
-M. L. Howard, Treasurer. 

LOCAL UNIONS. 

McCoy, President; Mrs. A. 

FiBST Baptist Ch'ubch. Mrs. A. C. Balnbrldge, 
President; Mrs. W. N. Lane, Secretary. 

Tbibd Congbegational Cbubch. .Mrs. M. L. 
Howard, President. 

Fbanobs E. WiLLABD. Mrs. M. F. GlUey. Presi- 
dent; Mrs. Sadie BItley. Secretary. 

Centbal M. E. Chdboh. Mrs. Marian Irving, 
President; Mrs. A. H. Stanbrldge. Secretary. 

Westebh Addition Union. Mrs. Llna D. Hart, 
President: Mrs. E. 8. Hart, Secretary. 



THEATRES AND RESORTS. 



THEATRES. 
Alcazar, 116 O'Farrell. 

Alhambba, southwest corner Eddy and Jones. 
Califobnia, Bush, between Kearny and Grant Av. 
Cbntbal, Market near Eighth. 
Chinese, 814 Washington. 
Columbia, 11 Powell. 
FISOBEB'S Thbatke. 122-124 O'Farrell, 
Gband Opzba House. Mission near Third. 
Majestic, 1218 Market. 
OBrHBDH. 119 O'Farrell. 
Titoli Opbba House, southwest cor. Eddy and 

Mason. 
Unique, 1132 Market. 



RESORTS, 
Central Park, corner Market and Eighth. 
Cliff House and Seal Rocks, termination of 
Cliff avenue, six miles west of City Hall. 
Glen Park (Mission Zoo), Chenery and Diamond 



Golden Gate Park, between Fulton and H, from 
Stanyan west to the ocean. 
Harbor View Park, Jefferson, near Baker. 
INGLBSIDE CouBsiNO Pabk, Ocean avenue, ^ mile 



Race Tbaok, Ocean i 



Museum of Acadbhy of Sciences, 819 Market. 
SUTBO Batbs, chit avenue, near CHIT Houac. 
Sutbo Heights, termination Point Lobos avenu 
ictwecn Forty-eighth avenue and the ocean. 
The Chu IKS. Fulton and lOIh iivenue. 



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ALBANY 

ATLANTA 

BALTIMORE 

BOSTON 

BRIDGEPORT 

BROOKLYN 

BUFFALO 

BUTTE CITY 

CAMDEN 

CHICAGO 

CINCINNATI 

CITY OF MEXICO 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

DENVER 

DETROIT 

DISTRICT OF 

COLUMBIA 
GRAND RAPIDS 
HARTFORD 
HELENA 
INDIANAPOLIS 
JERSEY CITY 
KANSAS CITY 
LEADVE^LE 
LITTLE ROCK 
LOS ANGELES 
LOUISVILLE 




MELBOURNE 

MEMPHIS 

MILWAUKEE 

MINNEAPOLIS 

MONTREAL 

NASHVILLE 

NEWARK 



NEW HAVEN 

NEW ORLEANS 

NEW YORK 

OAKLAND 

OMAHA 

PEORIA 

PHILADELPHIA 

PITTSBURG 

PORTLAND, ME. 

PORTLAND, OR. 

SACRAMENTO 

SALT LAKE 

SAN JOSE 

SEATTLE 

SIOUX CITY 

SPOKANE 

ST. LOUIS 

ST. PAUL 

STOCKTON 

SYDNEY 

TACOMA 

TOLEDO 

TORONTO 

TROY 

WASHINGTON, 

D. C. 
WILMINGTON 
WORCESTER 



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STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

OF THE 

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL SOURCES. 



I AXIONS. 



front fur all streets running therefrom I 
not commenclnK «t Market Street or the 
running parallel ^ ""■ " 



Market Street 



i the starting poln 






numbered In an Irregular mai 
numbers are on the right-band 
'beginning. Beyond Central 



jrhlch 
Tt'er front and Central Av< 
, starting from the point o 
.ir.-ptii bave been numbered In a contrary manner. On 
necessary, arc allotted to each block bounded by main - 
at Market, and the main sti 
numbers between 1 and 100 

Sutter, between 100 and iOO f -— -• --.- .--,• . ,„., ,.,„. ,,,, 

In the streets which are numbered, a dash ( ) Indicates thi 

aide (o) the street borders on the bay. or public park cemetery, 
blocki thus designated; (c). the street Is not opened through the 

-•■;8Quare._cemetery.eK^:_(_e^cnaoistr^ee^i.^^^^ Directory are situated as follows: Academy 
and Ocean Avenues; Bornal Heights, 
le and Mission Street; City Land Association Tract, north- 
.. „.Vnne; near County Line: Clarendon Heights """J,"' Twentieth Street belw^^^^^ 
^nd San Miguel Bancho; College Homestead, eastof Mission Street and north o 



any thereof as 
Montgomery Street c 



I Pine, 

the cross street does not extend to thi 
tc. consequently there are no buildings i 
ock. or Is interrupted In Its course at thi 



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Lincoln 

"MlMloITstreet; Islaia Creek 
) the bay; Laguna de la Merced, near the Cou 

_ Lake Vie. " ' " "■-- 

View, west of San Jose 

.... .rvatlon. west 01 1.. 

ocean: Railroad Homestead, northwest of San J 

First Avenae and no«h_o_f_Oolde_„ _-.. -^.--^- ^^_ ^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ 



fe'x«T.UHrer.d^'Lu£ea.tof"Ml.iirnsTrWt7nea 

fcrre^fo^t^i^d^t^SSSSl^ 

County Line; Paul Tract, near Junction of San Bruno and Railroad 

"prcsldro Reservation, west of Lyon, a""" *" "' ** *"" 



the Junction of 
Avenues, south i 



north' of 'Pac'iflc Avenue and Lake Street to the bay and 

•nne near County Line; Richmond District, west of 

Presidio Reservation and ocean; San Miguel, near 

between San Bruno and Railroad 

Creek and east of San Bruno Ave- 



. the County Line 
Sunford Helghu Tract, 
dale Tract, 



Be levue "street, from Twenty-sUth ««"'?. ^o Thlrtylim Street; Sunny- 
San Bruno Avenue, near the County Line; Sunnysldc. west o'S«nJo«f Avenue^ 
Avenue;" Si"et District, south of Golden Gat« Park from First *«»"• .'"J' ' «n • 1lnlVersl» 
H;7ghtr-i4ln^n of Poj^nt Lobo. Avenu^ betw^^^^ 
Homeste«l, west of fan Bruno Avenue ^et^eenSIUer Avenue ana^^>i „„„„tiad, north and south 

JirSrCo':Sty^'L7n''e,\"a7MU.1orrt^f.tfX'i E'S5?r"a?t',Vetween San Jose Avenue and Mission Street 
near County Line. 

ABBK«viiTloS8.—S, north; E, east; S, south; W, west; Av, avenue; 



CBOCKEB-LANGLET DIRECTORY. 



Cro$» StM. 
First Ave 



Tenth •■ WO Wl 

Eleventh" 1000 1001 

Twelfth •• IIOO IlOl 

A Soatb. trom Fifth At South 
S W to County Line 

AbardMn (closed). W of San 



(West End Home- 



Ada Alley, from Ada Court nr 

Ada'court. trom N s O'Farrell 
bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

AdiUr, from W s Howard bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth. W 

Adun (Bernal Heights), from 

Army bet San Bruno Av and 

Holladay Av, 8 to Eve 

AddUonfr Bemis W to Castro 

Adela, E of San Bruno At nr 

lalBis Creek 

Adelaide Place, from W s 



Agrate Alley, from N s Post 

bet Taylor and .lones 

Atlers' Court S « Filbert bet 

Buchanan and Webster. 

Alleen Avenae, from N s Fif- 

t.-enth bi:t(lui-rrero and Do- 



OOM Sll. w. 

Division 2 

Alameda 100 

Fifteenth aoo 2ni 

Sixteenth 800 Sc)i 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 60i 

Nineteenth "OO 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twcnty-llrst 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-nfth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army 1500 150! 

Preclta Avenue 1600 1601 

Montcalm liOl 

Norwich 170O — 

Rutledge Avenue.... 

lilpley ISOO 1801 

Waltham 

Esmeralda Avenue., (e) («) 

Alameda, from the bay W to 

Harrison 

Alamo Square, bet Stelner, 

Sc-ott, Hayes and Fulton 
Alaska (South S. F). from 

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Alaska Place, from W s Mason 
bet Bay and North Point 

Albany from Flint W to Ma- 
sonic Av » 

Albert (closed) W of San 
Bruno Av 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 
Islals Creeks to Hecker 

Alder Alley, from S s Twenty- 

Oaks. S to'xwenty-lhlrd 
Aldlne, from North Stanyan 

to Wlllard North 
Alemany, from N s Seven- 
teenth bet Dolores and 
Church 

Alemany Avenue (Academy 

Tract 1, X W of Mission, from 

Alger Place, from E s First 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Algeria (South S. F.), see 
ElKhteenth At South 

Alice, from S s Folsom bet 
Third and Fourth 

Alice Alley. See Agate Alley 

Alleghany (South S. F.), see 

A South 
Allen, from W s Hyde bet 

Union and Filbert 
Allison, from Mission nr 

County Line 
Alma Avenue, from Clayton 

Alms House Road, from Cor- 
bett Av nr Stanford Heights 
Av. N W to Dewey Boule- 
vard opposite Alms House 

Alpine (late Emma), from 
point N of Duboce Av W of 
Castro. S to Fourteenth 

Alta, from W s Sansome bet 
Union and Filbert to point W 
of Montgomery 

Alta Alley, from Seward nr 
Douglass, S W to View Av 

Alta Plaza, bet Steiner, Scott, 
Clay and Jackson 

Alvarado, from W s San Jose 
Av bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third. W to View Av 

Crost Sts. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Dolores (c) <c) 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond (c) (c) 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

View Avenue (e) (ei 

Amador (South S. F.), from 
the bay S of Islals to First 

Amazon (Excelsior Home- 
stead t. from Mission nr 
County Line 

Amherst (University Home- 
stead), from S B Silver Av 
bet Princeton and Tale 

Anderson (Bernal Heights), 

from S B Esmeralda Av bet 

Ellsworth and Moultrie 
Andover Avenue (Bernal 

Heights ). from S s Esmeralda 

Av W of Moultrie 
Angelica, from S Nineteenth 

Tiet Valencia am! Guerrero 

Ankeny Place, from E s 

Powell bet Sutter and Bush 
Anna Lane, from N s Eddy 
bet Powell and Mason. N to 
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Annie, from S s Market bet 

New Montgomery and Third. 

S E to Mission 
Anthony. See New Anthony 
Antonio, from W s Jones bet 

Ellis and O'Farrell 
Apollo (Silver Terrace), from 

Thornton Av S to Williams 



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 Charles bet Mission and 

Chenery, S W to pt W of 

Natlck 

Arlington Avenue (Lake 

view), from Lake View At 

Wof Jules At, N to Ocean Av 

Army, from the bay S of 

Twenty-sUth, W to Fowler 



Cross Sts. 
Illinois.... 
Kentucky. 



Missouri 1800 1801 

Connecticut 1900 1901 

Arkansas SOOO 2C01 

Wisconsin 2100 2101 

Carolina 2200 2201 

DeHaro 2300 2301 

P.hode Island 2400 2401 

Kansas 2500 2o0t 



San Bruno Aven 



York 2900 

Preclta Avenue .... 2901 

Florida.'.'';.'!.';.'.'.';." 3000 3001 

Alabama 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Mission 3400 3401 

Bartlett 

Valencia 3500 3501 



Chu 



3901 



4000 4O01 

Nce 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Ash Avenue, from W s Larkin 
bet Fulton and McAllister, W 
to Buchanan 
Cross Sts. K. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk IGO 101 

Van Ness A 



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(c) (c) 
(c) (c) 



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 

Corbett Av 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 



laye 



200 201 



Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Sixteenth 900 

Clayton 

Seventeenth 1000 JOOl 

Clarendon Av and 

Carmel 

Eighteenth 1100 

Corbett Avenue .... (e) (e) 
Astor, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Athens (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Madison to 

Auburn, from N s Jackson 

bet Mason and Taylor. N to 

Pacific 
August Alley, from N s Green 

bet Powell and Mason, N to 

Unloif 
Augusta, from E s San Bruno 

Av nr Sliver Av 
Austin Avenue, from W s 

Larkin bet Bush and Pine, W 

Cross Sts. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue .... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla (e) (e) 

Avery, from N s Geary bet 

Fillmore and Steiner, N to 

Post 

Avoca, from Lincoln Av bet 

Thirty-flrst and Thlrty-sec- 

Azores (South S. F.), see 
Twenty-ninth Av South 

Aztec {Bernal Heights), from 
Coso Av E to Shotwell 

B, from First Av S of A, W to 
the ocean 

Cross Sis. K. S. 

First Avenue 2 1 

Second " 100 101 

Third ■■ 200 201 

Fourth " 300 301 

Fifth •• 400 401 

Sixth •• 500 501 

Seventh " 600 601 

Eighth •• 700 701 

Ninth •• 800 801 

Tenth •• 900 901 

Eleventh " 1000 1001 

Twelfth •■ 1100 1101 

B South, from Third Av South 
SW to County Line 

Bache (Bernal Heights), from 
S 8 Crescent Av bet Andover 

Bacon (University Home- 
stead i, from Charter Oak Av 

Bacon Place (late Qulncy 
Place 1, from S s Pine het 
Kearny and Dupont 

Baden (Sunnyside), from 
Circular A v W to Mangels Av 

Badger (Spring Valley Home- 
stead <. from Sprlngdale W of 
Cotta Av 

Bagley Place, from N s 

O'Farrell bet Grant Av and 

Bahama (South S. F.), see 

Eighth Av South 
Baker, from N s Haight bet 
Broderlck and Lyon. N to the 
bay 
Cross Sis. B. W. 

Halght 2 I 

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Bro.dw.y 


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Barry, from W s San Bruno 






Bartlett, from S 


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Twenty-third 


















Twenty-.llth 






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BartlMt Alley, from N » Jaok- 


Hon bet Kearny i 


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STREET AND AVENUE GU IDE. 

Greenwich 130(> 13U1 

Lombard (ei (e) 

Baner (Academy Tract), from 

N' Wb Mission nr Norton 
Bay, from the bay bet Fran- 
cisco and North Point, W to 
Presidio Keservatlon 

Ovis Sit. N. s. 

East North 2 1 

Kearny 50 91 

Dupont. 100 101 

Stockton -ioo 201 

Powell 300 301 

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 (0) 1201 

Oough (o) 1301 

Octavia (o) 1401 

Laguna 1500 (o) 

Buchanan 1600 <o) 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Stclner 190O 1901 



Devlsadero 2300 22U1 

Broderlck 2S00 2.101 

Baker 2400 2401 

Bay View (late Parnassus 
At), from W s Railroad Av 
at Eighteenth Av South 

Bay View Place, from N s 

Union bet Jones and Leaven- 
worth 
Beach, from the bay bet North 
Point and Jefferson, W to 
Presidio Reservation 
Crou SU. n. s. 

Dupont and E North. 2 1 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Mason 300 301 

Taylor 400 401 

Jones 500 501 

Leavenworth 600 601 

Montgomery Av 

Hyde 7«0 701 

Larkln 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue ... (c) (c) 
Governm't Ueserv'n. 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1901 

Webster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Stelner 1800 1801 

Pierce 1900 1901 

Scott aOOO 2001 

Devlsadero 2ioo 2101 

Broderlck 2200 2201 

Baker .. 2300 2301 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Beacon (Falrmount Tract), 

from Castro S of Thirtieth 
Beala, from S s Market bet 
Main and Fremont, S E to 
the bay 
Crou SU. w. ■. 

.Market 2 i 

Mission 100 101 

Howard ajo 201 

Folsom 300 301 

lleale Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 500 (oi 

Braanan m) (e) 

Beale Plaoe, from E s Beale 
and W s Main bel Folsom 
and Harrison 
Beaver, from W s Noe bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth, W 
to Ca.lro 
Bedford Place, from N a Jack- 



Beldeman, from n s euis 

bi-t Scott and Devlsadero N 
, from S s Ouboce Av 



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from N s Bush bet 
Montgomer) and Kearny, N 
to Pine 
BelCTaye Avenue (Clarendon 

Tu-lghts), from Lincoln Av 
N of Clarendon Av W to 

Beliair Place, from N s Chest- 
nut bet Dupont and Stockton, 
N to Francisco 

Bellevue, from Elizabeth W 

of HofTman .\v, S to Tbir- 

BeUevue Avenue, S e of 

Mission ur County Line 

Belmont Avenue, from Sun- 
set Av nr WIMard 8 E to 

Belmont PUce, from E s Sev- 
eutb bet Bryiuit and Brannan 

Belvedere, from S s Waller 
bet Clayton and Cole, S to 
Frederick and from Parnas- 
sus Av S to Caruiel 

BemU (Falrmount Tract), 

Bennington (Bemal Heights), 
from Junction North Av and 

Benton Avenue iBerml Enghtal, 
Bergln Alley, from W s Hyde 

b.t Hay and North Point 

Berkeley Avenue (now Treat 

Av I. from Preclta Av bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

BerkBlxlre. from termination 
of Bosworth S of Chenery 
N W 

Berlin (University Home- 
stead), from Sliver Av bet 
GIrnrd and Gocttlngen S 

Bermuda (South S. P.), see 
Twenty-fourth Av South 

Bemal (now Shotwell). from 
Twenty slith nr Howard, S 
to Preclta Av 

Bemal Avenue (Bemii Btightsi. 

from Coso Av nr California 
Av, E toShotwell 
Bernard, from W s Taylor 
bet Paclflc and Broadway, 
W to Leavenworth 
Crou SU. N. 8. 

Taylor 2 I 

Jonea loo 101 

Leavenworth (e) (e) 

Bemlce, from S 8 Twelfth bet 

Folsom and Harrison, S W to 

Thirteenth 

Berry, from the bay bet King 

and Channel, S W to De Baro 

Crou SU. K, s. 

Second 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth SOO 201 

Fifth 300 301 

sixth 400 401 

Seventh 500 Ml 

Division 

De llaro (c) (ei 

Berry Plaoe (late Martin), 

from \V s Mary Lane betSut- 

Krand Bush W to Grant Av 

Benlah, from Cole bet WTallor 

and Frederick, W to Stanyan 

BlffelOW, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Blgn, E of San Bruno Av nr 

Billings Place (now .\apler 
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Birch Avenue, from W s Lar- 

kln bet Grove and Fulton, W 

Cross »». N. s. 

Larkln 2 I 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin (ci ic) 

Gough (cl (cl 

Octavla 500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Bird Avenue, E from Dear- 
born Place bet Seventeenth 
and Eighteenth 
Bismarck, from San Jose Av 

nr County Line 
Blackstone, from Fraaklin 

Blaine (Beraal Heights, now 
Eugenia Av), from Prentiss 
nr Cortland Av 

Blake (late Ferrie), from 
Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 
Collins and Cook S to St 
Rose's 

Blanche Alley, from point N 
of Twenty-thJrd bet Vlcks- 
burg and Sanchez S to Eliza- 

Bluxome, from W s Fourth 
bet Brannan and Townsend, 
W to Sixth 

Boardman Place, from S s 

Bryant bet Sixth and 
Seventh. S E to Brannan 

Boise (Bemal Heights, now 
Peralta Av), from S 6 Pow- 
hattan nr Holladay Av 

Bolivia (South S. F.), see 
Forty-ninth Av South 

Bond, from E s Mission bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth to 
Glen Park Av 

Bond Alley, from S s Green- 
wich bet Stockton and Powell 

Bone Alley, see Green Place 

Bonlta, from W s Polk bet 
Vallejo and Green 

Boston Place, from E s First 

Boswortb, from W s Mission 
Bourblji Place, from N s 

Eddy bet Stelner and Pierce, 

N to Ellis 
Bourbon, E of San Bruno Av 

nrPreclta Creek 
Bourne, E of San Bruno Av 

nr iBlals Creek 
Bontwell (South S. F.), from 

Islals Creek. S to Augusta 
BowdOln (University Home- 

of Hamilton 

Bowie Avenne, from E s 
Eleventh bet Howard and 
FolBom 

Bowles Place (now Tonning- 
sen Place ), from W s Howard 
bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Boyce, from Laurel Hill Cem- 
etery bet Cook and Parker 

Boyd, from Chesley bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 

Boylston, from S s Rickard 
W of .Merrill to Silver Av 

Bradford (Bemal Heights), 
from Esmeralda Av E of Car- 

Bradyi from S s Market bet 

Twelfth and Valencia, S E to 

West Mission 

Brady Place, see Rockland 

Brannan, from the bay bet 

r.ryant and Townsend. S W 

Beal'e '. 2 'l 

Fremont 100 101 

First 200 201 

Second '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 300 301 



Stanford 

Center Place., 

Third 

RItch 



Boardman Place . 
Brannan Place... 
Gilbert 



Brazil Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead!, from Mission 
S of China Av 

Brenhanx Place, from N s 

Clay bet Kearny and Dupont, 
X to Washington 
Brewery Alley, see Enter- 



Bridge Place, from S s Broad- 



Brlgh 
Brlgl 



t (City Land Associa- 
Tract), W of San Jose 
r County Line 

hton Avenue (Uie« Viev), 



Brltton, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
Broad (Railroad Homes tead) , 

W of San Jose At nr County 

Line 

Broad's Place, from N s Bush 

bet Hyde and Larkln 
Broadway, from the bay bet 
Pacific and Vallejo, W to 
Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sti. N. s. 

East North 2 l 

Davis 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Stevens Alley 



Ohio Place - 

Bartol 

Montgomery 

Rowland - 

Kearny 

PInckney Place 

Montgomery Avenue. 



Pacific Alley 

Duncan's Court. 

Stockton 

Virginia Place . . 



HImmelman Place. 



Leavenworth . 
Morse Place . . 
Bridge Place.. 

Hyde 

Morrell Place. 

Polk...'.!!!!!!! 

Van Ness Aven 
Franklin 



Buchanan . 
Webster . . 
Fillmore.. 



.2700 2701 
.2800 2801 
.2900 2901 



Broderlck . 

Baker 

Lyon 

Broderlck, from N s Waller 
bet Devlsadero and Baker, 

Cross Sis. K. w. 

Waller 2 i 

Halght 100 101 



Fell 

Grove !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Fulton 

McAllister 

Golden Gate Avenue. 

Turk 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

Geary 

Garden Avenue 

Sutter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Bush 



California ... 
Sacramento.. 

Clay 

Washington. 



Vallejo 3600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 280O 2801 

Filbert 2900 2901 



Lombard . 
Chestnut . 
Francisco 
Bay 



.3100 



North Point. 

Beach 3600 3601 

Jefferson 370O 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 a 
Sacramento bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

Brooks, from N s Market bet 
Kearny and Grant -\t, N to 

Brosnan, from W s Valencia 
bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. W to Guerrero 

Brown, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Brown's AUey, N from Mc- 
Allister bet Hyde and Larkln 

Bruce Avenue (Lake View), 
from Harold Av E 

Bruce Place, from Harrison 
Av nr Folsom 

Brunswick {West End Home- 
stead), s E of Mission nr 



Bryant, from the bay bet 

Harrison and Brannan, S W 
to Eleventh, thence S to 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Spear 2 i 

Main 

Beale 100 101 

Fremont 200 201 

First 300 301 

Ellery 

Rtncon Place 

Stanly Place 

Second 400 401 

Center Place 

Third 500 501 

RItch 

Zoe 

Fourth 600 60) 



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Filth Joo ;oi 

Oak Grove Avenue . . 

MorrH Avenue 

Slith 800 801 

Harrier 

Boardman Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 800 9U1 

Langton 

Cbesley — ■ 

Victor 

Kate 

E^hth'!!;.'."!;!!."!;iOOO 1001 

viDth....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.noo iioi 

Dore 

Tenth laOO 1201 

W. E. 

Eleventh 1300 1301 

Division 1400 1401 

Alameda 1500 1501 

Fifteenth 1600 1601 

Sliteenth 1700 1701 

Seventeenth 1800 1801 

Marlpoaa 190O 1901 

Eighteenth 3000 SOOI 

Nineteenth 2100 2101 

Twentieth 2300 2201 

Twenty-llret 2300 2301 

Twenty-aecoQd 2400 2401 

Twenty-third 2500 2501 

Twenty fourth 3(00 2«01 

TwentyHfth 2700 2701 

TwentyeUth 2800 2801 

Army l,e) (e) 

Biyani Avenue (now uryant 

Str*M't>, from I>lvl9lun S to 

pncharian from N s Market 
and Thirteenth het Laguna 
and Webster, N to the bay 

CVOM »». E. w. 
Market and Doboce 

Av 2 1 

Hermann 100 101 

Waller 300 201 

Laussat Avenue 

Halght 30O 301 

Page 400 401 

Lily Avenue 

Oak 90O 501 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell ecu 601 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 700 701 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 800 801 

BIrcb Avenue 

Fulton 900 901 

Ash Avenue 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1100 1101 

Turk 1300 1301 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1900 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 aOOO 3001 

California 2100 3101 

Sacramento 2200 2301 

Clay 230O 3801 

Washington 2400 3401 

Jackson 2S0O 3501 

Piclllc Avenue 2600 3601 

Broadway 7700 3701 

Vallejo 2800 3801 

Green 3900 2901 

Union 3000 8001 

Filbert 8100 8101 

PUley Avenue 

Greenwich 8300 8301 

Uoulton Avenue 

Lombard 8800 8301 

Chestnut (c) (c) 

Loboa Square 

Bay aaoo 8601 

NorthPoint 3700 >701 

Beach x*n SSOl 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 

Jefferson 3WJU astll 

Tonquin 4000 4001 

Lewis (c) lel 

Buchanan Alley, see Maiden 
Alley 

Bnena Vista (Bsrul Hsigbu), 

frtim Cofto Av bet Elsie and 
Surlh Av. S W to Corlland Av 

Bnena Vista Avenue (late 

Park Road), surrounding 
Buena Vista Park 

Bnena Vista Park, S of 

Halght bet Broderlck and 
Central Av 

Bnena Vista Square, bet 

Twentieth. TwentyHrst. 

Vermont and Utah 
Bulall, see Beulab 
Burcliam Place, from W » 

Leavenworth bet Golden 
Gate Av and Turk 

Burroyne Place, from S s 

Paclllc bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 
Burnett Place, from N s Bush 
bet Sansome and Montgom- 

Bumslde Avenue, from Glen 

.\v 8 ttcrosB Berkshire to 
Manncls Av 

BniTltt, from S s Bush bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Burrows (University Home- 
stead I, from W s Charter Oak 
Av S of Felton 



Burnett Place.... 

Montgomery 

Trinity 

Russ Alley 

Belden 

St. George Alley. 

Clara Lane 

Mary Lane....... 



Chatham Place . 

Stockton 

Burrltt 



Broad's Place.. 



Van Ness Ave 

Franklin 

Gough 

Octavia 

Laguna 

Buchanan .... 

Webster 

Cottage Row. 



Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 3600 2601 

Broderlck 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2S01 

Lyon 2900 2901 

Presidio Avenue (e) (c) 

Bull Street Place, from N s 

Bush bet Powell and .Mason 
Butler (Bemal Heights, now 

Folsom), f n>m Esmeralda ." 

bet Banks ai 

Cortland Av 
Butte (DOW Nlneteeotb), from 

the bay bet Eighteenth and 

Twentieth. W to Harrison 



Gates, S to 



Bylngton Avenue, from vv s 

Webster bet Ellis and O'Far- 
rell. W to Fillmore 
Byrne, E of San Bruno Av nr 

iBlals Creek 
Byron (Bemal Heights, now 
Brewster ), from Isabel S W 
10 Kutledge Av 
Byzbee (City Land Associa- 
tion Tract), W of San Joeo 
Av nr County Line 
C, from First Av S of B, W to 

the ocean 
Crots Stx. N. S. 

First Avenue 2 1 

Second " 100 101 

Third " 200 'Jtll 

Fourth " 300 301 

Fifth " 400 4111 

Sixth " 500 501 

Seventh " 600 601 

Eighth " 7(;o 701 

Ninth " 800 801 

Tenth " 900 901 

Eleventh" 1000 1001 

Twelfth " 1100 1101 

C Boutb, from Water Front 

S W to County Line 
Cabot (Bernal Heights), from 
Franconla Av N W to Peralta 
Av 
Cadell Alley, from N s Union 
bet Dupont and Stockton 

Calne Avenue, bet San Jose 

and Majestic Avs, crossing 
Lake view Av 
Calaveras (South S. F.), from 
the buy bet Amador and 
Mendocino, W to First Av 

Caledonia Alley, from Fif- 
teenth bet Julian Avand Va- 

Calboun, from N s Green bet 
Sansome and Montgomery, 
N to Union 
California, from junction 
Market and Drumm bet Pine 
and Sacramento.W to Thirty- 
third Av 
Orou ait. N. S 

Marketand Drumm.. 2 I 

DavlB 100 101 

Front 300 Ml 

Battery 800 301 

Sansome 400 401 

Leideadorll 

Montgomery 900 501 

Spring 

Webb 

Kearny 600 601 

St. Mary's Place 

Quincy 

Dupont 700 701 

Sallna Place 

Grace Terrace 

Stockton 800 801 

ElllckLane 

Prospect Place 

Miles Court !!.';.' !!.'!! 

Powell 900 901 

Maeon louo 1001 

CuBbman 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jonea 1300 1201 

Leavenworth 1800 1301 

Helen 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Larkln 1500 1.501 

Polk ..16<«( 1601 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Oougb ;9«l 1901 

Ocuvla 30OO 30O1 

Laguna 3100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Middle 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Stelner 2500 IVH 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 •i701 

Devlsadero 2800 2iffll 

Broderlck 2900 2901 



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Twelfth •■ 5000 5001 

CiUfornU Avenue (Bernal 
Heights), from Coso Av bet 
Mission and Prospect Av.S W 
to Cortland Av 
Calif ornl* Sonth, from First 
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fornia. W to Fourth Av 
Crriss Sis. X s 

First Avenue '2 i 

Second •■ 100 :02 

Third •• 200 201 

Cambridge, from S s Silver 

Av bet Tale and Oxford 
Camp, from Ws Albion A v bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth, 
Canal, from E s Mission nr 

Capitol Avenue, from Pal- 
metto Av bet Plymouth and 
Orizaba Avs, W to Ocean Av 

Capp, from S s Fifteenth bet 

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Fifteenth 2 



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Sixteenth !!!il00 101 

Seventeenth 200 201 

Eighteenth 300 301 

Nineteenth 400 401 

Twentieth 500 501 

Twenty.flrst 600 601 






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.'•third 800 801 

Twenty-fourth 900 901 

Twenty-fifth lOOO 1001 

Twenty-sixth UOO 1101 

Card Alley, from W s Stock- 
ton bet Vallejo and Green 
Carl, from Clayton S of Fred- 



CarmeUta (late Primrose) 
f™™ Dnboce Park bet Pierce 



Caroline (now Dore), from S s 
Howard bet Ninth and Tenth 

Caroline Place, from E s Pow- 
r:J}' . •'"ckson and Paclflc 
Carr, from Paul At bet Rail- 
road Av and Gould. S to 

Carrie, from Chenery opposite 

Castro S to Wilder 
Carter, W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 

Carth^na (South s. f) 



-eighth Av 



Carver (BtrnU Bwgblsj , from Es- 
meralda Av S to Powhattan 

Case, from W of SanBruno A v 
nr head iBlals Creek 

Casein Avenue, from Doug- 
lass nr Nineteenth to Corbett 

Castro, from S s Thirteenth 
W of Noe. S to Chenery 

Cross SU. w f 



Fourteenth 100 

Fifteenth !!.'!.'.'!;.'.' ' ' 200 

Tllden : ^ 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 300 

Seventeenth....'.".".""" 400 

Eighteenth 500 

Nineteenth 600 

Twentieth 700 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst . " son 

Hill •■.._ouu 



twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado jqoq jqqj 

Twenty-third ."noo 1101 

El'^^beth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 1300 1301 

Jersey 1400 1401 

Twenty-flfth 150O 1501 

Clipper 1600 1601 

Twenty-sixth 1700 1701 

^"^y, • 1800 1801 

Twenty-seventh 1900 1901 

Duncan 20011 2nnl 

Twenty-eighth J^ ml 

tS,'"? ■,•■■.• 2200 2201 

Twenty-ninth 2300 2301 

feeti-::::::::::":!^ i^i 

Sussex 3oo5 _ 

„ Surrey 'jioo 

Cayuga Avenue (West End 
Tracnj^from Ocean Av W of 

Cedar, from n s Clay bet 
Davis and Front. N to Wash- 
ington 

Cedar Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Geary and Post, W to 
Laguna (Some buildings 
are Incorrectly numbered.) 

Larkln o ^\ 

Polk 100 loJ 

Van Ness Avenue (^ (c)' 

Franklin \c) (c) 

Gough ;; (c, (J 

O^t^'^1' (400)500 501 

Cedar Lsine','see Clarion Alle'y 

Center (now Sixteenth), froin 

the bay bet Fifteenth and 

Seventeenth. W to Harrison 

Center Place, from s iTylZ 

bet Second and Third. S to 

Central Avenue, from Buena 
vista Av W of Lvon, N to 
Calvary Cemetery ' 

Cross Sts. E _ 

Buena Vista Avenue. 2 i 



Waller . 
Halght . 
Page.. 



Fulton 

McAllister 

Golden Gate Av. 



Turk. 

Calvary Cemetery !!!'"' *"' 

Central Court, from s s 

Halght bet Gough and Oc- 
Central Place, from S s Pine 

bet Kearuy and Dupont 
Ceres (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av s W to Williams 



Front 



Chambers, ir 

bet Paclflc and Broadw., 

Chambers Place, see Green- 

wlch Alley 

Channel, from the bay bet 
Berry and Hooper. S W to 
Eighth 

Chapultepec (Bern.) Liekti), 

from Coso Av bet Prospect 
itndTv '"'■ ® ^'"Cort- 

Charity. E of San Brimo Av 
nr Islals Creek 

Charles (Fairmount Tract), 
from W 8 Mission nr Hlgh- 
land Av. W to Chenery 

Charles Place, from N s Har- 
rison bet Hawthorne and 

Charter Oak Avenue, from 

Islals Creek E of San Bruno 

Av. S to Paul Tract 
Chase, see Commonwealth A V 
Chatham Place, from n s 

Bush bet Dupont and Stock- 



Church. S t 

Chelsea Place, from s s Bush 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Chenery (Fairmount Tract) 
f™m Thirtieth nr Church, S 

Cherry, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Maple and First 
Av. S to Callfomis 

Presidio 1 ^' 



Washington . 

Clay 

Sacramento . 



100 101 
200 201 



Chembnsco (Bernai "Heights 
now Elsie), from Coso Av 



Chesley. from S s Harrison 
bet Seventh and Eighth. S E 
to Bryant 

Chestnut, from the bay bet 
Lombard and Francisco, W 
'o Presidio Reservation 



Cross i 



Montgomery . 
WInthrop .... 



100 101 



Powell .'.■.'.'■; 500 

-Mason 600 

Montgomery Avenue 700 



Hyde*."' 



Polk 
Van Ness I 
Franklin.. 
Gough 



Buchanan (o) 18OI 

Webster 1900 1901 

|''",™o''e 2000 2001 

I'e'"" 2100 2101 

P'"ce 2200 2201 

Scott. 2300 2301 

Devsadero 2400 2401 



Chestnut Alley, from 



Chestn 



bet Stockton and 



Powe 
China (South S. p.), from 

Water Front nr C South, to 

Third Av South 
China Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead I, from Mission 



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Cliurcli, from Hermann bet 
Dolores aod Sanchez. S to 
Thirtieth 

Crou Sit. W. B. 

Hermann t 1 

Duboce At 100 101 

Re»erTOlr 

Fourteenth SOO 201 

Market 

Fifteenth 800 SOI 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Church Lane 

Seventeenth 500 501 

Dorland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Hancock 

Nineteenth TOO 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-flrst 900 901 

Twenty second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Elizabeth , 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

TwJn^y-ifth ■.!!:;! iiiiaOO 1301 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Twenty-BeVenth '. ! '. ! ! 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1601 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1700 1701 

I>ay 

Thirtieth (e) (e) 

Clinrcli AUsy, from N s Wash- 
ington bet Dupont and Stock- 

C&arcb&yenneciateNoonan's 

Alley), from N h Broadway 



CIiaTCll Lane, from W s Do- 
lores bet sixteenth and SeT- 
enteenth, W to Church 

Cliarcli Place (now Edith) 
from W 8 Dupont bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 

CbOTClim Court, see Tiffany 



City Hall Ayenne date Park 

Avenue I. from S s McAllis- 
ter nr Leavenworth. S W to 
Larkln 

City Hall Place, see Brown's 
City HaU Sqtiare, see Mar 

■hall Square. 
Claunile Place, see Graham 

Place 
Clara, from W s Rltch bet 

Folsom and Harrlnon, S W 

to Sixth, see Clary 

UouKlass. 8to 
Eighteenth 

Clara Lane, from N s Sutter 

bet Kearny and Grant Ay, V 
to Bush 

Clarence Court, from E » 

Buchanan bet O'Farrell and 
(iearj- 

Clarence Place, from N s 

Townsend bet Second and 
Third 

ClarendonAvenae(Clarendon 

IlelghH.. from Ashbury nr 



n Alley (late Cedar 
le) from Ws MlHSlon bet 
■entei-nlh and Eighteenth, 
lo Valencia 
from W s Druimn bet 



^larke, see Ctarkson 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 

Clarlcson (late Clarke) from 
Lincoln Av nr Thirtieth, W 
to Fowler Av 

Clary, from W s RItch bet Fol- 
som and Harrison, W to sixth 

Onus HU. N. 8. 

Rltch 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Hulbert Alley 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

day, from the bay bet Sacra- 
mento and Washington. W to 
First Av 
CVtws Sis. N. s. 

East North 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Cedar 

Front SCO SO! 

Battery 400 401 

Sansome 500 501 

Leidesdorfl 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 701 

Brenham Place 

Dupont 800 801 

Waverly Place 

SpolTord 

Stockton 900 901 

Clay Avenue 

Prospect Place 

Parker Alley 

Powell 1000 1001 

Fremont Court 

Tay 

Wetmore Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Yerba Buena 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Bced 

Leavenworth. 1400 1401 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Torrens Court 

Larkln 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue. ...1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Lafayette Park '.'.'.'.'.'. 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2.301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Stelner... !!'.'.. '.!!!!!. (o) 2601 

Pierce (o) 2701 

Scott 2800 2S01 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderick .1000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 .S201 

Presidio Avenue 3S00 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 8501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce S7no 3701 

Maple 3800 S801 

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. 8 to Ashbury 
nr Seventeenth 
CroM Su. M. w. 

Fulton 2 1 

Hayes;'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'; 900 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 500 501 

Halght 600 601 

Waller 700 TOI 

Frederick 800 801 

Clement, from First Av bet 
Point Lobos Av and Califor- 
nia. W to Forty-eighth Av 

Crota SU. N. S. 

First Avenue 2 1 

Second " 100 101 

Third " 200 20i 

Fourth •' 300 .Hfi 

Fifth ■• 400 Jill 



79 

Seventh Avenue .... 600 601 
Eighth •• ... 70O 701 

Ninth •• .... 800 801 

Tenth " .... 900 901 

Eleventh " ...1000 1001 
Twelfth •■ . . IIOO 1101 

Clementina, from W s First 
bet Tehama and Folsom, S W 
to Ninth 

Orotl SU. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Ecker 

Oscar Alley 

Second (c) (c) 

Third (c) (c) 

Fourth SOO 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth.. (c) (c) 

Seventh (c) (c) 

Sumner ■ 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (e) (e) 

Cleveland, from W s Sherman 
bet Folsom and Harrison. W 
to Seventh 

Cliff Avenue, from Point Lo- 
bos and Fortieth Avs W and 

Clinton (now Harriet), from S 
8 Bryant bet sixth and Sev- 
enth, S E to nr Townsend 
Clinton Avenue, from Glen 

Av S across Berkshire 
Clinton Park, from E s Stev- 
veneon bet Thlrieenth and 
Fourteenth, W to Dolores 
Clipper, from W s Dolores bet 
Twenty-ttfth and Twenty- 
sixth, W to Fowler Av 
Oroas Slj. N. s. 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Sanchez SOO 201 

Noe 800 SOI 

Castro 400 401 

Diamond 500 501 

Douglass 600 601 

Clover Alley, from Eighteenth 

W of Clara Av, S to Caselll Av 
Clyde (late Liberty), from 
Lusk Alley bet Third and 
Fourth, 8 to TowDsend 

Codman Place, from S s 

Waehlngton bet Powell and 
Ma«on 

Coben Place, from S s Ellis 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Cole, from Fulton bet Clayton 

and Shradcr, S to Carmel 

CroM Su. B. 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 

Beulab 

Frederick 800 801 

Colleere (University Home- 

W of Dartmouth 
CoUlng-WOOd (late Sherman), 

Castro and Diamond, S to 

Twenty-second 
Croti Sti. W. E 

Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 800 301 

Twcnly-flrst 400 401 

Twenty-second (c) (r) 

Collins, from Laurel HlllCem- 

elery bet Wood and Blake 8 

Colorado, from the bay S to 

India Basin 
Colton. from Cotton Place bet 

Market «nd We. I Mission W 



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Colton Place, from Col ton bet 

twelfth iind Brady S to Col- 
ton Court 
Columbia Place (Berml Heights, 
low Alabama), from Preclta 
iv S to Esmeralda Av 

Columbia Square, from S s 

Folsom bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth. S E to Harrison 

Columbia Square (Park), bet 

•'olsom, Harrison, Columbia 

Colusa (now Army), from the 

")ay bet Twenty-sixth and 

.Harln. W to Utah 
Commerce, from W s Front 

bet Green and Union, W to 

Battery 



Commonwealth Avenue (late 

Dhase), from S s California 
^et Parker and Jordan Avs 
S to Point Lobos Av 

Concord Avenue (West End 



Concdon (ColUgi Homesteid) , from 

(Tanal to Silver Av 
Congo (Sunnyside), from Clr- 



onpesi 



a from Buena Vista 




ConkUng (South S. F.),from 
silver Av ur Augusta 

Connecticut, from Sixteenth 
bet Missouri and Arkansas, 
S to Tulare 

Converse, from N and S s Bry- 
ant bet Eighth and Ninth 

COOJI, from Laurel Hill Ceme- 
tery bet Blake and Boyce S 

Cooper Alley, from S s Jack- 
son bet Kearny and Dupont 
Copper Alley, from Falcon A v 



Corbett Avenue, from Seven- 



Corea (South S.F.), 



Cortland Avenue (Bernal 

Heights I. from Mission nr 

Thirtieth. E to San Bruno Av 
Coso Avenue (Btmal laigbts), 

from Preclta Av nr Mission. 

S E to North Av 
COBta, from Holladay Av nr 

Rutledge Av, W to Brewster 
Costa Rica (South S. F.), see 

Thirty-sixth Av South 
Cotta (Sprmg Valley Home- 
stead), from Sprlngdale Wof 

Danton N 
Cottage Place, from E s Jones 

bet Geary and Post 
Cottage Row, from N s Sutter 

bet Webster and P'lllmore. N 

Cotter (Academy Tract), from 
N W s Mission bet Theresa 
and Francis 



Cowell Place, from N s Val- 
lejo bet Battery and Sansome 

Cram Place, from N s Golden 
Gate Av bet Buchanan and 
Webster 

Crane, from Paul Av bet Exe- 
ter and Wheat S to Salinas 

Craut (College Homestead), 



Crescent Avenue, from Mis- 
sion S of Richland Av, E to 
San Bruno Av 

Crocker, from Stevenson bet 
Brady and Hermann S to 
West Mission 

Crocker Avenue (now Clip- 
per), from W 9 Douglass bet 
Twenty-flfth and Twenty- 

Croke (Academy Tract), from 
N W 8 Mission bet Francis 
and Harrington 

Crooks, from Lusk Alley bet 
Third and Fourth S to Town- 
send 

Cross, from Pope W nr 



Crystal (late Milton), W of 
San Jose Av nr County Line 

Cum Cook Alley, from W s Du- 
pont bet Jackson and Pacific 

Cumberland (late Columbia) , 

teenth and Twentieth. W to 
Noe 

Cumberland Place, from W s 

Valencia bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth W to Angelica 
Curtis, from Morse bet Pope 



Marsllly and Milton S to 

Cypress Alley, from S s Twen- 
ty-fourth bet Howard and 
Capp. S to Twenty-sixth 

D (now Fulton), from First Av 
N of Golden Gate Park, W to 

D SOUtb, from Water Front 



)Cou 



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Daisy (see Portola) 
Dakota (South S. F.), from 

the bay S to India Basin 
Dale Place, from S s Golden 

Gate Av bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 
Dame(FairmountTract),from 

Thirtieth nr Church. S to 

Randall 
Danton(Spring Valley Home- 
stead ), from Sprlngdale W of 

Lyell N 
Danvers, from Corbett Av 

SE to Casein Av 
Dartmouth (UniTersitjBomestt&d), 

from S 8 Sliver Av W of 

Bowdoln 
Davis, from N s Market bet 

Drumm and Front, N to the 

bay 
Gross Sis. B. W. 

Market and Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 

Parrott Alley 







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500 


Paciac . 


600 


Broadway 


700 


S^een":;;;-;:: 


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Day, from W s San Jose Av 
bet Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth, W to Fowler Av 

Cfss Sts. N. s. 



Diamond . 
Douglass . 
Hoffman i 



De Boom, from E s Second bet 
Bryant and Brannan S E 

De Haro, from Division bet 
Carolina and Rhode Island, 
S to Islals Creek 

De Kalb (Bernal Heights , now 
Peralta Av.). from S e Cort- 
land Av nr Bradford 

De Long (late Schiller), W of 



■ Lin 



. ■ Cou_._, _ 
De Long Avenue from 



De Montfort Avenue (Lake 

view), from Mlramar Av W 
to .Arlington Av 
De Woir (West End Tract) 
from Sherman Av nr San 
Jose Av, S W to Sickles Av 

Dearborn Place (late Mis- 



Decatur, from S s Bryant bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Decatur (Bemal Heights) 



Deeth (see California south) 
Dehon, from S s Sixteenth 

bet Church and Sanchez, S 

to Seventeenth 
Delaware, from the bay bet 

Massachusetts and Maryland, 

S to First Av South 
Delaware (University Home- 
stead), see Saratoga 
Delaware Avenue (West End 

Tract). E of San Jose Av nr 

San Miguel 

Delaware Avenue (City Land 
Ass'n Tract), see Worcester 

Delaware Court.from N s 

Sutter bet Powell and Mason 
Delgado Place, from E s Hyde 

bet Green and Union 
Delta Place, from E s Mason 

bet Sutter and Bush 
Denmark (South S. F.), see 

Second Av South 
Derby (late Oak), from W s 

Mason bet Geary and Post 
Derby (late Oak), from E s 

Taylor bet Geary and Post 
Desmond, W of San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Detroit (Sunnyside), from 

Circular Av N to Surrey 
Devlsadero, from N s Thir- 
teenth bet Scott and Brod- 

erlck, N to the bay 
Orost SU. E. W. 



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DcTlsadero -Confd 

Fell 500 SOI 

^Trl :;::::;::: fS Z 

Fulton 800 801 

McAHUtcr 900 901 

Gulden Gale Avenue.lOOO 1001 

Tnrk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1300 laoi 

EllU 1»0 1301 

O-Farrell 1*00 1101 

Geary 1500 1501 

Garden Avenue — — 

Po»t IMO 1801 

Sutter ITUO ITOl 

Bo.h 1900 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 SUOl 

Bacramento 2100 2101 

cur 2200 2201 

Waahln«tan 2300 2301 

Jackaon 2400 2401 

Paclflc Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway 2S00 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2900 2801 

nnlon 2900 29U1 

Filbert 9000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Cbettnut 390O 3301 

Francisco 3100 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3401 

Beach 3700 3701 

JeBemon 38U0 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

LewH (e) <e) 

Dewsy Booleyard. from 

junclloB N and Seventh Av. 

DUmond, from S s Seven- 
teeulh bet Cantro and Doug- 
lasd. S to Circular Av 

Cro« SU. w. B. 

Seventeenth 2 1 

F.lKhteentb lOO 101 

KIneteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 90O 301 

Twenty-nrst 400 401 

Twenty aecond 9U> 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third MO «1 

F.lliabeth 700 701 

Twenty-fourth 800 801 

Jeraey 900 901 

Twenty-Bfth 1000 1001 

Clipper 1100 1101 

Twenty-aUth 1200 1201 

Sunaei 2600 2601 

Surrey 2700 2701 

Chenery 2800 2801 

Dlunond (Vlsitacloo Val- 
Wy t, iee Medford 

DUiniond Alley, from view 

Av opp Alvarado JJ W to 

Diana (Silver Terrace), from 

Thornton Av to Wllllama Av 

Dickenson, from E s San Bruno 

Dljrby (FalrmouDi Tract, late 
<'arloei, fr.uii Heacon to Kl 

Dlkeman Place, from w s 

MaHonbet Klllitand O'Farrell 

DlTUlon, from Berry nr Sev- 

cnlh. W to Florida, thence 

Dock (South S. P.), from 
Water Front S W to County 
Line 

Dodge, from S s Turk bet 
iTydp and Larkln 

Dolores, from JuDction of Mar- 
kitand Thirteenth betOuer 
r.ro and Church. S to San 

Criui SU. W. E. 

Market * Thirteenth 2 I 

Clinton Park 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Albert Alley 

Sixteenth *» 301 



Eighteenth 

Nineteenth 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 

Liberty 

Twenty-Arat 

Twenty-second. 
Twenty-third... 
Twenty-fourth. 

Jersey 

Twenty-flfth. 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 14O0 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Dominica (South S. P.), see 

Twelfth Av South 
Donah (closed), Wof San 

Bruno Av nr County Line 
Dora (now Langton), from S 
8 FolBom bet Seventh and 
Eighth 
Dore, from S s Howard bet 
N'Inth and Tenth. S E to 
Brannan 
Dore Alley, from S s Jackson 

bet Powell and Mason 
Borland, from W s Guer- 

Elghtecnth. W to Sanchei. 
Dongiass, from S s States W 
o? Eureka, to S of Thirtieth 



States 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Casein Avenue . 

Nineteenth 

Eagle 



Alvarado 

Twenty-third 700 701 

Klliabeth 

Twenty-fourth 800 801 

TweDly-flVth!!!.'.*.'!.'.' 900 901 

Clipper lOllO 1001 

Twenty-sixth 1100 1101 

Dover, from N s Brannan bet 
First and Second 

Dow Place, from Second bet 



1 Harrison 



1 W to 



Downey (now Langton), from 
S s Bryant bet Seventh and 
F.lgbtb 

Dnunm, from N s Market 
bet East North and Davit N 
to the bay 

CntM SU. B. w. 

Market and Calira... 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Commercial 

Clay 200 201 

Merchant 

Washington 900 301 



Pacinc SOD 501 

Dublin (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Persia Av nr 

Dnboce Avenne from Mission 
bet. Twelfth and Fourteenth 
w to Bucna VItU Av. 

'Mission' 2 I 



Dnboce Park, bet Stelner and 

Scott from Thirteenth N 
Dnmcombe Alley, from N s 



Jacksi 
Stockton 

Dunbar Alley, 






Merchant 

N to Washington 
Duncan, from W s San Jose 

Av bet Twenty-seventh and 

Twenty-eighth. W to Fowler 

Av 
Cma SU. N. s. 



Dunkirk (Bernal Heights, 
now Nevada Avenue), from 
KsmernldaAvStoPowhattan 

Dunne's Alley, from E s Kearny 
bet Broadway and Vallejo 

Dnnsbee. from S s Fifteenth 
Av south bet P south and t; 
south S K to Sixteenth Av S 





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Dupont Alley (see Adler) 

Dwlght (University Home- 
stead ). from W 8 San Bruno 
Av S of Woolscy 

E Soutll, from India S W to 
County Line 

Eagle, from junction Doug- 
lass and Nineteenth W to 
Falcon Av 

East Avenue, from Holly 
Park Av E to Andover Av 

East Lake Avenue (West 

End Tract). W of Mission 
nr County Line 
East Nortb, from Market N 

parallel with the sea wall 

Crosi Sts. E. w. 

Market and Sac'mto. (o) 1 

Commercial (o) 

Clay (o) 101 

Merchant (o) 

Washington <o) 201 

Jackson (o) 301 

Paclflc (o) 401 

Broadway (o) 50V 

Vallejo (o) 601 

Union \'.\'.'.'.'.V.\'.'.'.\'. (0) 801 

Filbert Co) 901 

Greenwich (o) 1001 

Lombard (o) 1111 

Chestnut (oj 1211 

Francisco (o) 1300 

Bay (o) 1400 

East Park, from Holly Park 

Av E to AndoverAv 
East South, from Market S 

parallel with the sea wall 
Cross Su. E. w. 

Market (o) 2 

Mission (o) 100 

Howard (o) 200 

Folsom (o) 300 

Eaton Alley, from S s Green 

bet Powell and Mason 
Ecker, from S s Market and 
from N 8 Folsom 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 

Hyde '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. M) 501 

Larkin 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van Ness Avenue 800 801 

Franklin 900 901 

Gough 1000 (0) 

Octavia 1100 (o) 

Laguna 1200 1201 

Buchanan 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1501 

Stelner 1600 1601 

Bourbin Place 

Pierce nOO 1701 

Scott '.'.'.'.'.Ami 1801 

Devlsadero 1900 1901 

Broderick 2000 2001 

St Joseph's Avenue., (e) (e) 
Eddy West, from Willard N 

to First Av N of Turk 
Edgar Avenue (Lake View) 
from Bruce .\v nr Harold Av 
Edgar Place, from W s Du- 
pont bet Greenwich and Lom- 

Edlnburgh (Excelsior Home- 
stead!, from Silver Av S W 

Edith (late Church Place), 
from W 8 Dupont bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 



Edna(Suimyside) , from Have- 
lock N to Thirty-second bet 
Detroit and Foerstcr 

Eighteenth, from the bay bet 
.Mariposa and Nineteenth, W 
to Ashbury 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

Illinois... 



Kentucky 


. 600 




Indiana 

Iowa 


. 900 


Pennsylvania Av . 
Mississippi 


.1100 
.1200 


Missouri.. 










Wisconsin 

Carolina 


.1700 


Rhode Island 


.2000 






irah"!.""."..^.!'"."! 




Potrero Av4nu4..: 
Hampshire 


.2500 
2600 

:SSS 






Harrison 

Division 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 


.3100 


Shotwell 

^aTp"'.::;::::- 


:3300 


Mission:.::;;::;:;: 




San Carlos Avenue 
Leilngton Avenue. 
Valencia 


:3500 






Oakwood.. 








Church.;;:;::;;::;; 




Sanchez . 




Noe 




Hartford .... 








Colllngwood 

Diamond 


.4200 


Eureka 








ciari Avenue:::::: 




Clover Alley 




E.sYoTur-.nii-;::: 


.4810 



Eighteenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Eighteenth Avenue South, 

from Water Front N W to 
Islals Creek 
Eighth, from S s Market bet 
Seventh and Ninth, S E to 
Sixteenth 
Cross Sis. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Manning Place 



Natoma 

Sunshine Court.. 



Ringgold . 
Harrison . 



1 Lake Park S t 
Presidio 



California 200 201 

Clement 300 301 

Point Lobos .Wenue 400 401 

A 500 501 



B 600 

Fuiton";;;::;;;;:;.:: io cc) 

GoldenGatePark.... 

H 1200 

I 1300 1301 

J 1400 1401 

K 1500 1501 

L 1600 1601 

M 1700 1701 

Eighth Avenue South, from 

Water Front N W to Islals 

Creek 
El Dorado (closed), from the 

bay S of Alameda W to 6th 
El Honte (Fairmount Tract, 

late William I. from Be 

Eldiidge, from Chesley bet 
Harrison and Bryant 

Eleventh, from S s Market bet 
Tenth and Twelfth, S E to 
Bryant 

Cross SU w. 

Market 2 

Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

KISBlIng 

Bowie Avenue 

Henrietta Square 

Burns Place 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant (e) . _, 

Eleventh Avenue, from Moun- 
tain Lake Park, S to S 

Presidio 2 

Lake 100 

California 200 

Clement 300 

Point Lobos Avenue 400 

A 500 

B 600 

C 700 

For numbering South of Gold- 
en Gate Park see Tenth Av 

Eleventh Avenue South, 

from Water Front N W to 

Islals Creek 
Elgin Park, from Hermann 

bet Valencia and Market, S to 

Duboce Avenue 
Elizabeth, from W 8 San 

Jose Av bet Twenty-third 

and Twenty-fourth, W to 

Bellevue 
Cross Sts. V. 8. 

San Jose Avenue.... 2 1 
Guerrero (c) (c) 

Church , :: 30O 301 

Orient Alley 

VIcksburg 

Blanche Alley 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue.. 900 901 

Bellevue (el (e) 

Elizabeth Place, from s s 

Folsom bet Third and Fourth 
Elk (Visitacion Valley) see 

Aberdeen 
Ellen (now Hoffman Av), from 

lass and°Bell"-ue "' °°°^" 
Ellert, from North Av nr 

Holly Park Av, E to Andover 

Av 
Ellery (late Ecker), from S s 

Bryant bet First and Second 
Elllck Lane, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 

Powell 
Elliot Lane, from O'Farrell 

nr Stelner. N to Elliot Park 
Elliot Park, from W s Steiner 

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Rod StockCuD bel Eddy and 
OFarrell. W to Calvary Cem- 



Anna Lane.... 

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Leavenworth.. 



Polk...... 

Franklin . 
Bough 



1501 



.1700 17UI 



.1900 1901 



Folger Alley... 

Fillmore 

Stelner 

Bourbln Place . 

Farren Avenue 

Scott 

Beldcman 

Devlsadero WOO MOI 

Broderlck SlOO 2101 

St. Joseph's Avenue, (e) (e) 
EllBWortll (Bernal Heights) 

from s » Esmeralda At bet 

.Vii-lTBonand Gates 
iBlm (now Laussat At), from 

w » Buchanan het Waller and 

llalKht. W t" Webster 

Dm Avenaa, from W s Polk 

Turk.^W 

OVMI Sl4. N. S. 

: Polk I.... 100 101 



Webster.. 
Fillmore. 
Stelner... 



. (c) (c) 
. (0) (c) 
. 1100 1101 

Sett (e) (e) 

Dmlra (South S. F.), from 

I alnls Creek S to Thornton At 

Elala (lateCberubusoo), from 

Coso Av nr Chapultepec, 3 

W t.. Holly Park Av 

BwoodnateO'Farrell Alley), 

1".,'well and Mason. S and W 
Bmnia, from E s Stockton bet 



Emma laon Ledyard), from 
Bmmet Place, from W s 



EnterpiiM, from E s Folsom 
iH-t sixteenths Seventeenth 

BpiMln (now Masonic At), 
fruiii Albany W and S W to 

Brie, from E g MisaloD bet 



Bameralda Avenue (Bemal 



lex, from S 9 Folsom bet 

ll«rrl...n 



Essex Place, from W s Essex 

bet FuK.um and Harrison 
Estefana, E of San Bruno At 



Eng^nle, from Laurel Hill 
Cemetery bet .losephlne and 
Wood, S to Point Lobos Av 
from S s 
>lamond and 
S to Twenty-third 
Crou SU. 



enth. 



Nineteenth 200 

Twentieth 300 

Twenty-llrst 400 

Twenty. second. 500 

Twenty-third (e) . . 

Enreka Alley, from w s P 



South bet Fifteenth 






BTBtt, E of San Bruno At nr 

County Line 
Eye (Bernal Heights), from 

San Bruno Av s of Army W 
Holladay Av 



Mission and 
Howard. S w to Fourth 

Bverson (Fairmount Tract), 
from lieHCoii nr H.-inIs 

Ewer Place, from W s Mason 
bet Saernmi-nto and Clay 

Bwlng Place (lato Metcalf 

Place I. from W s Lagunn bet 
Post and Sutter 

Exchan^ Place, from S s 

Pine bet Sansome and Mont- 
Paul At bet 



Exeter, 'fr 

Gould a 



ICran 



S W 



F Sontll, from 
County Line 
Fair Avenue, from Mission 
opposite Valencia. SK to Cali- 
fornia Av 
Fair Oaks, from S s Twenty- 
nrst bet Guerrero and I)o- 
lorea. S to Twenty-slith 
OroilSU. W. E. 

Twenty-Brst 2 1 

Twenty-second 100 101 

Twenty-third 200 301 

Twenty-fourth 300 SOI 



Fair Oaks Court, see Oak- 

Fairmount (rurmmuit Trut), 

from S. P. K. R.. W to llemis 

Faith (Bemal Heights), from 



(South S. F), see 
sixteenth Av South 
Falmouth (late Wlllow),from 
s s Folsom bet Fifth and 
sixth, to Shipley 

Farallones (Railroad Home 
stead p. W of San .lose Av 
nr County Line 

Fargo Place date Columbia 
Placej.from lloardjiian PInee 
bet Bryant and Mrannan 

Famaworth Lane, from Sun- 

set Av Sof Parnassus AvW 

Farragut Avenue (West End 



Trael 

Farren Avenue, fi 



Federal (late Frederick) , from 



id Polk bet Oak and Hayes, 

Crost SU. N. 8. 

Market and Polk 2 1 



Laguna .500 501 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster 700 701 

Fillmore 800 801 



Pierce.. 


1000 






















Baker 


...1400 






...1500 








(o) 








Ashbury 


..1800 




Clayton 


-s. 


(o) 



Fern Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kln bet Sutter and Bush, W 

Crois Sit. N. S. 

Larkin 2 I 

Polk 100 101 

Van XesB Avenue..., 200 201 

Franklin 900 301 

Gough (e) (e) 

Ferrle, see Blake 

Fifteenth, from Carolina bet 

Alameda and Sixteenth W. 

Orosj Sit. N. S. 

Carolina 2 I 



San Bruno Avenue.. 500 .501 



Hampshln 

York 

Bryant ... 



Mlulon 1«00 1601 

Julian Avenue 

Caledonia Alley 

Valencia 1700 

Albion Avenue • 

Guerrero 1800 1801 

Alleen Avenne - — 

Dolores 1900 1901 



FUteenth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Keservutl.ju S I.. W 

Fifteenth Avenue South, from 





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Brannan 600 

Blaxome 

Townsend 700 



King 

Berry 800 801 

ChaDDel 

Fifth Avenue, from Presidio 

Reservation S to K 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Cle 



Point Lobos Avenue 400 401 



Fifth Avenue South, from 

Water Front NW to Islals 

Creek 
Flgueroa(now FranconiaAv) , 

from Peralta At S E to Rut- 
Filbert, from the bay bet 

Union and Greenwich, W to 

Presidio Reservation 

Front.] 2 'i 

Battery loO 101 



Napier Alley.. 
Norton Place . 
Jlontgomery .. 



201 



Dupont 

Medau Place 

Jasper Place 

Krausgrlll Alley. 

Stockton 

Powell 

Montgomery Ave 



Taylor 900 901 

Roach 

Redfleld Alley 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth llOO 1101 

Hyde 1200 }1201 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk ..: 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 



Webster 
Finn 



.2200 



2101 



Steiner.... 
Pierce.... 

Scott 

Devlsadero 
Broderlck . 
Baker 2800 2801 



.2400 2401 
.2500 2501 
.2600 2601 



pont. N to Filbert 



N 
riearny and I 



FUlmore, fromN s Thirteenth 
bet Webster and Steiner, N 
to the bay 
Cross Sts. E. w. 

Dnboce Avenue 2 1 

Hermann lOO 101 

Germanla Avenue.... 

Waller 200 201 



Fell. 



600 601 
700 701 



Fulton 900 901 

McAllister looo 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue. 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Bills 1400 1401 

Bylngton Avenue.... 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Geary 16OO 1601 

Post 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 



Wlldey Av( 

Pine 

Fillmore P 
California. 



Filbert".! !!!.'. '.".■! 
Plxley Avenue.. 

Greenwich 

Moulton Avenuf 
Lombard 



.2700 2701 
.2800 2801 
.2900 2901 



Bay 3600 3601 

North Point 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Tonquln 4OOO 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Fillmore Place, from W s Fill- 
more bet Pine and California 

First, from S s Market bet 
Fremont and Second, S E to 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

LIckAlley 

Mission 100 101 

Natoma.'.':;.'.::::::;' 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Tehama Place . 

Clementina ' 

Foleom 300 301 

Guy Place 



T.Burel Plncc 


Harrison 


... 400 401 


Gabrlelle Place.! 
Goodsell Place... 
Alger Place 




Federal . 




Brannan . 


First Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to Parnassus 

Cross Sts. E. W, 


Jackson. 




Washington 


..100 



Lake 

California 

California St. South . 



Richmond Avenue .. 400 — - ' 

Clement 40;' 

Point Lobos Avenue 500 50'| 



; 750 



(c) (c: 



Fulton . .. 
First Avenue South, froii 

Water Front N W to Islals I 
Fisher Alley, from E s Powell' 

bet Pacific and Broadway i 
Fitch Alley, from Corbett A? 

nr Twenty-flfth.W toLlncoli 

Flint, from Sixteenth ni 

Castro, to Albany 
Flint Alley, from S s Vallejt 

bet Battery and Sansome 
Flood Avenue (Sunnyside) 

from Circular Av bet Hears- 

and Spre ■ 

Hamburg 
Flora (Silver Terrace), from 



Bay 1 






_, Thornton „ 

Floral Grove, see Brooks 
Florence (City Land Associa- 

tlonTractl. see Head 

Florence, from point N d 

Broadway bet Taylor and 
Jones, N to Vallejo 

Florence Alley, from e s mis- 

slon nr County Line 

Florida, from Division bet 
Bryant and Alabama, S to 
Preclta Av. 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa . . . .• ana am 

Eighteen 



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.1000 



Twenty-third 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flfth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Army isoo 1501 

Preclta Avenue (e) (e) 

Flower, from Loomis W to 



San 



Brun 



Foerster (Sunnyside), from 
point nr Spreckels A\ 
Edna and Genesee, 
Thirty-third 

Folger Alley, from S s Ellis 
bet Webster and Fillmore 

Folsom, from the bay bet 
Howard and Harrison, S W 
and S to point S of Crescent 

Cross Sts. N. 

East South 2 

Steuart 

Spear 100 101 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Folsom Place 

Zoe Place 

Fremont 400 401 

Baldwin Court .. 

Grant Place 

First 500 501 

Ecker 

Essex 

Second 600 601 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Place 

Third 700 701 



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'HiTrui'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Columbia Sqaare , 



HarrtHoD Arenae . 

Folaom A\iaae.'.'. 
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Eleventh 
Nortolk 
Twelfth . 



Thirteenth. . 

Erie 

Fonrteenth .. 
Fifteenth .... 

Entcrprlae ... 
Seventeenth . 
Eighteenth .. 



.1400 IMl 
ilSOO 1501 



Nineteenth . 



Preclta . 
Stoneman . 
RIplejr 



.3700 »;oi 



Eugenia A 

Cortland " 3800 8801 

Jefleraon •* 3900 8901 

rnlon •• ...4000 4001 

Old Hickory 4100 4101 

Crescent Avenue.. ..4200 4301 

Folsom ATenne (late Otis 

Place), from s b Folaom bet 

Seventh and Eighth 

Foot« ATenne (West End 

Tractj 



County Line 



bet 



Ford (Clt; LaDd AssoclatioD 
Tract., see Byil.ee 

Fortletli Ayenne, fromClem- 



Forty-elfhth 



Ayenne, from 



Forty-flfth Ayenne, from 
Foriy-flrst Ayenne, from 
Forty-Urst Ayenne Bontb, 

fn.iii < ..umy Llnr N W to 
.-KH Urun.. Av 
Forty-fourth Ayenne, from 

Forty-fonrth Ayenne Soath. 

rp.ni c.unly I.lnp N W to 

Forty-ninth Ayenne. from 

|...lnl nr A.S t., O.ran Iloulr- 

Forty-second Ayenne, from 
Forty-second Ayenne 43ontb 

fr..m lounty l.lnr N W to 
s»n llnino Av 

Forty-seyenth Ayenne, from 
Forty-sixth Ayenne. from 



Forty-tMrd Ayenne, from 
CI.-niiMit Sto X 

Forty-third Ayenne South, 

San Bruno Av 
FonntalD, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet HofTman Av and 
Bellevue S to Clipper 

Fourteenth, from W .s Har- 
rlaonbet Duboce Avenue and 
Fifteenth. W to South Brod- 



CrouiOj. 
Harrison . . . 
Treat Avem 

FolBom 

Shotwell ... 

Natoma 

Minna 

Mission .... 
Woodward's 



Julia 



Maple Court ... 

Market. .'.'.■.'.'.;.■ 

Church 

Belcher 

Belcher Court . 

Sanchez 

Walter 

Noc 



.1000 1001 



South Broderick (e) (e) 

Fourteenth Ayenne, from 

Presidio Ueservatlon S to W 

Fourteenth Ayenue South. 

from Water Front N W to 



Fonrtll, from S s Market bet 
Third and Fifth. S E to the 

OrouStt. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Pioneer Place 

Stevenson 



Clary.. 
HarrlBO 
Perry. . 



Wclah.... 
Brannan . 



King __ 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Fourth ATenne, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K 



Lake m 101 

California 300 301 

Clement 80O 301 

Point Loboi Avenue 400 401 

A 500 501 



Fourth Ayenne South, from 

California Dry Dock N W to 
Islals 

Fowler Ayenne (Stanford 

llilKht«i. frc.ni Twcnty-nfth 



Francis (Academy Tract) 



Francisco, from the bay bet 
Chestnut and Bay. W to Pre- 

Crtus SlJ. N. s. 

East North 

Montgomery 



Midway 

Bcllair Place. 

Stockton 

Worden 

Powell 



Franklin 1300 1.101 

Gough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1500 1501 

Lsguna (c) (c) 

Lobos Square 

Webster 1800 1801 

Fillmore 1900 1901 

Stelner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2i01 

Devlsadero 2300 2301 

Broderick .- 2400 2401 

Baker 3.500 2.501 

Franconia Ayenne (Bemai 

Heights), from Ssof Pcralla 
Av W of York. S to Esmer- 
alda Av 

Frank, from w s Mason bet 
Pine and Cslllfornia 

Frankfort Avenue, from N s 

Thirteenth bet Mission and 
Howard 
Franklin, from N s Market 



Hickory ATocue.. 

Fell 

Linden Avenue... 

Hayea 

Ivy Avenue 



Fulton 500 

Aah Avenue 

McAlllBter 600 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 700 
Elm Avenue 



Willow Avenue., 

Ellis 

Olive Avenue..., 

O'Farrell 

Myrtle Avenue.., 

Geary , 

Poet 



Union 

Filbert 

Greenwich . 
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I.onihard.... 



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rreeaom, E of San Bruno Av 

nrlslals Creek 
Freelon, from w s Zoe bet 

Bryant and Brannan, S W to 

W of Fourth 
Fremont, from S s Market 

bet Bealc and First. S E to 

Cross Sts. w. H 

Market '2 I 

Mission 100 101 

Natoma 

Howard .' 20O 201 



French (now Charles), from 
W side Mission nr West Av 

Fresno (South S. F.), from 
the bay bet Plumas and In- 
dia. W to First Av South 

Front, from N s Market bet 
Davis and Battery. N to the 

Cross Sis. E. yf 

Market 2 1 

Pl°<:,---; 100 101 

California 200 201 

Hallcck 



Paclflc 

Chambers . 
Broadway . 
Vallejo .... 
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Front Avenue (South S. F.), 
from India S E to Water 
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?,"'\r----. "» <01 

Van Ness Avenue ... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

^oigh 400 401 



Cent: 



.1400 1401 

.1500 1501 

.1600 1601 

.1700 1701 



Ashburv foi iofti 

c'^to,; :::::: !^J ^j 

Parker Avenue . iiiiaiSo — 

Shrader 2201 

North Stanyan.. " 2300 — 
Stanyan...^.. • ;•• (^ 

Wlllard North 2400 fo) 



Fifth 



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..3900 (o) 
..3000 (o) 
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Eighth 
Ninth 
Tenth 
Eleventh 

Twelfth " 3600 (oj 

Fulton Avenue, from point nr 

Berkshire S to Joost Av 
O South, from India S W to 
County Line 

OabrleUe Place, from e s 

first bet Harrison and 
Bryant 
Gaines, from N s Green bet 
Battery and Sansome, N to 

Oale, from S s Townsend bet 
First and Second 

aambter (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Olmstead 

Garden (now Harriet), from 
S s Harrison bet Sixth and 
Seventh. S E to Bryant 

Garden Avenue, from w s 

Devlsadero bet Geary and 

Post, W to Broderick 
Gardner, from N s Post bet 

Kearny and Grant Av 
Garfield (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 

Garfield Avenue, from s s 

Twenty-flfth bet Treat Av 
and Folsom, S to Twenty- 
sl.vth ' 

Oarfleld Square, bet Twenty- 
flfth, Twenty-sixth, Harrison 
and Treat Av 

Gates (Bernal Heights), from 
S s Esmeralda Av nr Ells- 
worth 

Gaven, from W s San Bruno 
Av nr head Islals Creek 

Gaven Place, from E s Mont- 
gomery Av nr Filbert, N to 
Greenwich 

Geary, from junction Market 
"•I'l Kear"" *■■"* ^•^-— .- 
-..J Post, 

Cross SU. 
Market and Kei 

Stockton ['. 

Powell 

Regan Place... 

Mason 

Martha Place . . 
Metcalfe Place 

Taylor 

Geary Place.... 
William 

Geary Court ... 

Hyd7.°"!"y...." 
Vasserot Place 
Saratoga Court 

Larkin 

Polk 

Van Ness Avenu 

Franklin 

Gough 

Octavia 

Buchanan 

Sunny Court .... 

Webster 

Fillmore 

Avery 

Stelt 



..1300 1301 
..1400 1401 
..1500 1501 



!l800 1801 



(0) 1901 
2100 2101 
2«00 2201 



Scott...'!! 

Devlsader 

Broderick ^^ ^iui 

St. Joseph's Avenue.. 

Baker 2400 (o) 

Lyon 2500 (o) 

Presidio Avenue... (e) (e) 

Geary Court, from N s Geary 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 



Geary Place, from S s Geary 

'■-. Taylor and Jones 

(Sunnyside), from 
H.,.u„ nr Spreckels Av bet 
Foerster and Hamburg W to 

neva, from S s Braiman bet 

sixth and Seventh 
Geneva Avenue (V7est End 

Tract), from Mission nr 

Amazon N W 
George l closed), from Hooper 

bet Fifth and Sixth, S E to 

Hubbell 
Georgia, from the bay bet 

Fek^rsru^h'"^-'^*"-^"' 

Gerke Alley, from E s Dupont 
bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Germanla Avenue, from w s 

Webster bet Hermann and 
Waller, W to Stelner 
Gertrudls, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
Getz, from Mount Vernon Av 
„, W of North to Harold Av 
Gibb, from W s Montgomery 
Av bet Washington and Jack- 
son 
Gibraltar (South s. F.), see 
_,, Twenty-eighth Av South 
Gila (South S. F.), see E 

South 
Gilbert, from S s Bryant bet 
sixth and Seventh, S E to 
point S of Brannan 
Glrard (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 
Wilde 
Gladys, from Santa Marina 
nr Mission, S W to West Av 
Glasgow, see Anna Lane 
Glen Avenue, from Chenery 

nr Diamond W to Surrey 
Glen Avenue (Stanford HtighU). 
from Thirtieth and Bellevue 
^eal^v''""''^"''^''"' 

Glen Park Avenue, from w s 

Twelfth bet Mission and 
Howard S W to Bond 
Glendale, from Falcon Av bet 
Copper Alley and Komain W 

Glover, from W s Jones bet 
Broadway and Vallejo, W to 
Leavenworth 

Godeus, from Mission nr 
Thirtieth to California Av 

Goethe, from Mission nr 
County Line NW 

Goettlngen(DniTersitjHoiiiesK»d), 
from S s Silver Av S to 
Barry 

Gold, from W s Sansome bet 
Jackson and Paclflc, W to 
Montgomery 

Gold Alley, from View Av 
opposite Elizabeth W to Lin- 
coln Av 

Golden Court, from S s Sac- 
ramento bet Jones and Leav- 

Golden Gate Avenue, from 

Junction Market and Taylor 

bet McAllister and Turk, W 

to First Av 

Cross SU. N. s 

Market and Taylor . . 2 'i 

Jones 100 101 

Leavenworth .... 200 201 

Dale Place .' 

Hyde 300 301 

Golden Place __! 

L"kla : 400 401 i 

Polk 500 5< 

Van Ness Avenue.... 600 6( 

Franklin 700 7{ 

Gough '.' (o) 8( 

Laguna !!!!!!!!!! !!!!iooo lot 

Buchanan nOO ill 

CramPlace ! _ 



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8_7 

Saasome 200 201 

Prlngle Court 

Montgomery SOO 301 

Kearny 400 401 

Telegraph Place 

Dupont 500 501 

Kramer Place 

Stockton 600 601 

Bond Alley 

Powell 700 701 

Qaven Place 

Greenwich Alley .... 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Mason 800 801 

Hartman 

Taylor 900 901 

Roach 

Jones 1000 1000 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Randall Place 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Larkln 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue.... 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Blackstune 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 180! 

Lagnna 1900 1901 

Rola Court 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster.... 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (ci 

OrMnwlcb Place, from N » 

Greenwich bet Powell and 
Maaon, N to Luintiard 

Orenada (South S. F.), see 

Twenly-lhlrd Av South 

Orlmm'B Place, from S s 
Pacific bet Hyde and Larkin 

Grove, from W s L,arkln bet 
Mayes and Fulton, W to 
Stanyan 

Crois SU. N. 8. 

Larkin 2 I 

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 

Stelner (c) (o 

Alamo Square 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1800 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1.101 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic " 1800 IROI 

Ashbury 1900 1901 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

SUnyan (e) (e) 

ipe (South S. F.), 
^ Thirtieth Av South 

.(South 8. F.), see 
Forty-second Av South 

Onerrero, from S s M&rket 
bet Valencia and Dolores. S 
to San Jose Av 

OnuSU. W. K. 

Market 2 i 

Duboce Avenue 100 101 

Clinton Park 

Broanan 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Fifteenth SOO 301 

Sixteenth 400 401 

Seventeenth fiOO 501 

Dorland 

Klghle.-nlh 600 601 



Widen 0»te Avenue— Cont'd 

Fillmore 1300 1301 

Btclncr 1400 I40I 

Pierce 1500 1501 

Scott. 1600 1601 

Seymour .\venue 

Devlsadero 1700 1701 

Broderick 1800 1801 

Baker 1900 1901 

Lyon 2000 2001 

Central Avenue 2100 2101 

Masonic " (cj (c) 

Masonic Cemetery... 

■Wlllard Xoifh 2800 2801 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

lolden Gate Park, bet Fulton 
and II streets, from Stanyan 
w [I, the ocean 

lolden Place, from N s 
(Joldeu (_iHte .\v bet Hyde 

lolden State Avenne (Lake 

view I. from Lake View Av 

loldman Place, see Warren 

lood CUldren, from Tele- 
ifrsph Place bet Kearny and 
DufM.nl \ to Lombord 

Joodsell Place, from E s First 
tx-l llnrrloun and Bryant 

lordon. from N !> Harrison 
bet KlBhlh and Ninth 

lOtlKll, from N s Market bet 
KrankUn & Octavia, N to Bay 

3K«» Sit. E. W. 

Market and llalgbt.. 2 1 

Page .■.!'..°. .'.;;;;;:;; 100 loi 

Lily Avenoe 

Oak 200 aoi 

HIckoo' Avenne 

Fell 300 301 

Linden Avenue 

Hayes 400 401 

Grove"".";;;::.::;: 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister. .::;:::::: 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 (0) 

Elm Avenue (o) 

Turk 900 (o) 

Eddy 1000 1001 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1100 1101 

O'Farrell 1200 1201 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary ISOO 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Butter 1500 1501 

Fern Avenue 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine .';;;;;;i7oo itoi 

California 1800 I80I 

Sacramento 1900 (o) 

Clay 2000 (o) 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

PoclOc Avenne 2S0O 2801 

Broadway 2400 3401 

Vallejo 2S0O 2S01 

Green 2«00 2601 

Union 2700 TiOl 

Filbert 2800 2M1 

Greenwich 2900 3M1 

Lombard 8000 WOI 

Chestnut 8100 8101 

Francisco S200 8201 

Bay (e) (e) 

lonld, from Paul At betCarr 
• n.l Eieter S toSallnaa Av 

Iraee Terrace, from S • Cali- 
fornia bit Dupont and Stock- 

IraTton Avenne (Lake View). 

(r..in lUrold Av W to Arllng- 

iraliam Place, from N a 

(ircen bet Dupont and Stock- 



Grand, from S s Mission bet 
Ninth and Tenth, S E to 

Grand Place, from S s Fil- 
bert bet Kearny and Dupont. 
See Harwood Alley 

Grant (University Home- 
stead), from La Grande Av S 
to Dwlght 

Grant Aller, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Do- 
lores, S to Sixteenth. See 
Spencer Alley 

Grant Avenue, from N s 



Stoel 



. Hu»h 



Croat Stt. 

MarketandO'Farrell. 2 I 

Union SquareAvenue 

Post 200 201 

Ashburlon Place 

Stockton Place 

Tillman Alley 

Sutter 300 301 

Berry Place 

Harlan Place 

Bush (e) (e) 

Grant Place, from S s Folsom 
bet Fremont and First 

Grattan, from Clayton nr 

Alma Av, W to Stanyan 

Greece, from Knighfs.Place 

Green, from the bay bet Val- 
lejo and Union. W to Presidio 
Reservation 

Crttt Stt. N. S. 

East North and Davis 2 1 

Battery;;;;;;;;;;;;;; loo m 

Gaines 

Sansomc 200 201 

Calhoun 

Montgomery SOO 301 

Vincent 

Kohler's Place 

Green Place 

Reed Place 

Kearny 400 401 

Lafayette Place ..;; ; 

Dupont 500 501 

Bannam Place 

Onion Place 

Price Row 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 700 701 

August Alley 

Taylor';;;;;;;;;;:;;;; 900 901 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

New Orleans Avenue 

Hamlin 

Hyde 1200 1201 

West End Alley 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue ...1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

OcUvIa 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 220O 2201 

Stelner 2800 2S01 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2600 S801 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Qr«en Place, from N a Oreen 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Green'l Court, from N s How- 
ard bet Stenart and Spear 

Oreenwloli. from the bay bet 

Filbert and I»ml>ard, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

CroJi SU. N 8 



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E. MARTIN A. CO. 



54-66 First St. 



HIS 



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CROCKEB-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



Guerrero— Cont 



Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Ellzsbeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-flfth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 



Guiana (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-second Av South 

Gundlach, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Gunnison ATcnue (Bernal 
Heights. now Harrison), 
from S 3 Preclta Av bet Ala- 
bama and Treat Av 



County Line 
Guy Place, from W s First 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
H, from First Av S of Golden 

H Soutll, from India S W to 

County Line 
Hahn, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Halght, from junction Mar- 
ket and Gough bet Waller 
and Page, W to Stanyan 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market and Gough... 2 1 

Central Court 

Octavla 100 101 

Laguna 200 201 



Webster . 
Fillmore . 
Stelner... 



Devlsadero 900 901 

Broderick 1000 1001 

Buena Vista Avenue. (o) 

Baker 1100 (o) 

Lyon 1200 (o) 

Buena Vista Avenue. 1299 

Central Avenue 1300 1301 

Masoulc Avenue 1400 1401 



.1500 



Clayton . 



1601 



.1800 1801 



Cole. 
Shrader 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Bale, from W s San Bruno 

Av ur head Islals Creek 
HaU Alley, from S s Vallejo 

bet Sansome and Montgomery 
Hall Court, from W s Dupont 

iK't Washington and Jackson 
Hall Place, from N s Jacljson 

lift L.-avenworth and Hyde 
Halleck, from W s Front bet 

California and Sacramento, 

W to LeldesdorlT 
Hamburg (Sunnyside), from 

Flood Av W of. Genesee, N 

Hamilton (University Home- 



Hamilton Avenue, from Glen 

Av S t't Mangels Av 
Hamilton Square, bet Steiner, 

Hamiln, from N s Green bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 

Hammond Place, from S s 
Townsend bet Second and 
Third. S E to King 

HampsMre, from Division 
bet Potrero Av and York, S to 



200 201 



Fifteenth . 
Sixteenth., 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa .'iOO 50: 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 SO: 

Twenty-flrst 900 90: 

Twenty-second 1000 100: 

Twenty-third 1100 110 

Twenty-fourth 1200 iW 

Twenty-flfth 130O 130: 

Hampton Court, from N s 
Harrison bet Hawthorne and 
Third 

Hampton Place, from S s 

Folsom bet Hawthorne and 
Third 
Hancock, from W s Church 
bet Eighteenth and Nlne- 



from Pope W nr 
County Line 
Hanover (West End Home- 
stead), S E of Mission nr 
County Line 

Hardle Place, from E s 

Kearny bet Sutter and Bush 

Hardy, from S s Sixteenth 

bet Church and Sanchez. S 



im W s San 
County Line 
Harlan Place, from W s Grant 
Av bet Sutter and Bush 



and Hyde 
Harold Avenue (Lake View), 

from Getz nr Grafton Av N 

to Ocean .\v 
Harper (Fairmount Tract, 

late Bartlett ), from Thirtieth 

nr Noe, S to Laldley 
Harriet, from S s Howard 

bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 

to point S of Brannan 
Harrlngton(AcademyTract) , 

from y W s Mission betCroke 



Harrison, from the 
Folsom and Bryant, 
S to Ripley 

Cross Stt. 
Steuart 

Main .'.v.. .['.'.\'.'.'.]'.\\ 

Fremont 

First 

RIncon Place 

Stanly Place '.'..'.'.'.'.'. 

Charles Place 

Second 

Vassar Place 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Court 

Third 

KItch 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Madison Avenue 

Oak Grove Avenue .. 

Morris Avenue 

Sixth 

Harriet 

Columbia Square .... 

Sherman 

Seventh 

Langton 

Chesley 

Mariposa Terrace 



bay bet 



Eighth ... 
Gordon ... 
Ninth .... 

Dore 

Tenth .... 



Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 

Thirteenth 1700 

Fourteenth 1800 

Alameda 

Fifteenth 1900 190 

Sixteenth 2000 — 

Division 

Seventeenth 2100 

Mariposa 

Eighteenth 2200 

Nineteenth 2300 

Twentieth 2400 

Twenty-llrst ...; 2500 

Twenty-second 2600 

Twenty-third 2700 

Twenty-fourth 2800 

Twenty-flfth 2900 

Twenty-sixth 3000 

Army 3100 

Preclta Avenue .«00 

Norwich 3300 

Ripley (el 

Harrison Avenue (late Bruo 
Place), from S s Folsou 
Seventh and Eighth 

Harry (Fairmount Tract) 
from Laldley to Beacon 

Harry Place, from E s Laguni 
bet Filbert and Greenwich 

Hart, E of San Bruno Av : 
County Line 

Hartford, from S s Seven 



nth 



Noe 



Casti 



nth. 



Hartman, from N s Gn 

wich bet Mason and Ta: 
N to Montgomery Av 

Harvard (University Home 
stead), from S s Sliver Al 
bet Oxford and Gambler S ti 
Olmstead 

Harwood Alley, from S s Fil 

bert bet Kearny and Dupon 
Hattie, from Corbett Av W 

of Clara Av S to Elghteentl 
Havelock (late Henry), froa 

San Jose Av nr Ocean Av "W 
Havens, from W s Leaven 

worth bet Union and Fllberil 
Hawthorne, from S s Howard 

bet Second and Third, S E td 

Harrison 
Hayes, from junction Market 

and Larkin bet Fell and 

Grove, W to Stanyan 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Market and Larkin . . 2 I 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough 400 401 

Octavla 50O 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Stelner (o) 1001 

Pierce lo) UOl 

Scott 1200 1201 

Devlsadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1300 1801 

Ashbury 1900 1901 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 3100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan (e) (e; 

Hayward, from S s Harrisoi 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
Head (City Land Associatioi 

County Line 
Hearst, see Lake View Av 
Hearst Avenue (Sunnyside 

late Moulton Av), from Clr 

Flood Avs W to Hamburg 
Heath, from S s Cortland Ai 

bet Lee and Peralta Av 
Hecker, from Fifteenth At 

South W to Barneveld Av 



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Light Supplies, Electrical Engi 
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lien, from S s CalKoniia bet 
\ Leaven wurlh and Hyde 
Mena (South S. F). E of 
V S«n Kruno Av nr Sliver Av 

hnderson Avenne, from S s 

^ Point l.otius Av bet Johnston 

Luletta (now Eugenia Av- 
} enue^ from Prospect Av 
F. I" North AT 

borletta Sqaare, from E s 
[Eleventh bet Howard and 

Itliry, from W s Sanchez bet 

", F'oiirteenth and Fifteenth, to 

; point W of Castro 

anry (University Home- 

■rmann, f rom West Mission 
I bet Itrady and Dubocc Av 
I W to Stelner 

ku att. R. s. 

|Wc»t MIsalon 2 1 

tieule 

iValencla ..■.■.'.".■.";!!.'! 100 101 

Kl^li) Park 

iMarkei 

Xaguua 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 500 501 

Church 

'Fillmore 600 601 

jcron, from W s Mariposa 
Terrace bet F'olsom and Har- 
rison S W to ElKhth 

Mymdjx Avenue, from Pros- 
feet Av S of VlrBlnla Av 

Ickory Avenne, from W s 

Vail Neas Av bet Oak and 
Fell. W to Webater 



Van : 



Oough 200 201 

Octavia 300 SOI 

Lmguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 501 

Ugh, from Twenty-flf th W of 
Bellevue, S to Twentjr-illth 

UfUand Avenne (late Ply- 
ni..uih Av). from S.P.R B. nr 
( h«r:e. K to Molly Park Av 

Ughland Avenue, N of Ro- 
main. Se«Glendale 

mi, from VV 8 Valencia bet 
Twcnty-nrst and Twenty- 
•ccond. W to Castro. 

hui SlJ. N. 8. 

Valencia 2 I 

Dolores '..'.'. <c) (c) 

Church 30O 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

[Inunelmann FUce, from N 

s l'a»-inr bet Maaon and Tay- 
lor. N to Broadway 
Uncklejr, from Kearny bet 
llroadway and Vallejo. W to 

Unckley Place, from E s 

K.-srny opp Hinckley 
[Obart Alley, from E s Tay- 
lor Let Post and Sutter 

[odees Alley, from N ■ 

\ allejo tiet Sansome and 
MonlKomrry 
lOff Avenue, from S s Six- 
teenth bet .Mission and V»- 

[Offman Avenue (late Ellen), 

IiooKlass and Bellevue. S to 

loffmano, E of San BniDO A v 

nr Ci.unty Line 

lolladay Avenue (Bemal 

Heights, late California Av). 



O-Farrell 

Holloway Avenue (l*k« Ti«w), 

from Harold .-Vv W in Arllng- 



Holly Park, e of Mission bet 

Cortland and Crescent Av8 

Holly Park Avenue (late 

Park \VK surrounding Holly 



Homer (late Maria), from 
Chesley bet Harrison and 

Homestead, from S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Douglass and Hofl- 
m»u Av S to Clipper 

Honduras (South S. F.), see 

First Av South 
Hooker Alley, from E s Mason 

bet llush and Pine 
Hooper, from the bay bet 

Channel and Irwiu. .S W to 

Klghth (closed E of Sixth 1 
Hope (Bemal Heights, now 

Kutledgc Avi. from Holla- 



nty-thlrd N 
\y to Lincoln Av 

Horace Alley, fi^m Twenly- 
Ofth bet Folsom and Shot- 
well S to Twenty-slith 

Houston, from W s Mon^ 



Crou Sit. 

Eaat South 

Steuart 

Green's Court 

Spear 

ilain 

Beale 

Fremont 

First 

Maiden Alley 

New Mon'ttt'omery . 

Hawthorne 

Third 

Howard Court 

Fifth 

Mary 

Sixth 

Harriet 

Rusa 



Tenth 

Eleventh.. 
Lafayette . 
Twelfth... 



Place... 

Thirteenth i:00 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth inoo ISOl 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Adair 

Sixteenth 2000 SOOl 

Redwood Court 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 



2601 



Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth (el (e) 

Howard Court, from N s 

Howard bet Fourth and Fifth 

Howtb, from S s Ocean Av 

W of San .lose Av 
Hubbard (now Hawthorne), 
from S 8 Howard bet Second 
_ and Third, S to Foleoin 

from the bay nr 



Fourth. SE to South (closet 
Hngro, from First At bet H 

and I, W to Seventh Av 
Hulbert AUey, from N s Clary 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Humboldt, from the bay bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty- 

Htint, from E s Third bet 

Hunter, W of San Bruno Av 

nr head islals Creek 
Huron Avenue (West End 

Traeti. W of Mission nr 

County Line 
Hyde, from N s McAllister 

bet Leavenworth and Lar- 

kln. N to the bay 
Cross Sis. K. w. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. 100 101 



Ellis 400 401 

O'Farrell 500 501 



California 

Hyde Terrace. 
Sacramento ... 
Troy Alley 



Pacific .... 

Broadway . 

Vallejo 



Allen 

Lincoln Place 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 



Francisco 

Bay 

Bergln Alley 



North 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson (e) (e) 

Hyde Place, from W s Hyde 

bet Turk and Eddy 
Hyde Terrace, trom E s Hyde 
bet CalUornla and Sacra- 

I, from First Av S of H, W to 



illO (South S. F.), from the 

bay S to India Basin 

■--- • ised), W of San 



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Michigan and Kentucky, S 
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India (South S. F.), N, S and 
W 8 of India Basin 

India Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Silver Av 
ur Lisbon 

Indiana, from South bet 
Minnesota and Iowa, S to 
Tulare 

Ion (University Homestead) 
from Bacon S to Dwlght 

Iowa, from Sixteenth bet In- 
diana and Pennsylvania Av, S 
to Tulare 

Iron Alley, from Caselli and 
Falcon Avs S to Lincoln Av 

Irwin, from the bay bet Hoop- 
erand Hubbell. S W to Eighth 
(closed E of Sixth) 

Isabel (Bemal Heights), from 
■VVolfe S E to Rutledge Av 

Isls, from S s Twelfth bet Fol- 
Bom & H arrison, to Thirteenth 

Islals (South S. P.), from the 
bay along S s Islals Creek 

Islals (now Sprlngdale) from 
W 8 Mission S of Bosworth 

Italy Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from E s Mis- 
sion S of France Av 

Ivy Avenue, from W s Polk 
bet Hayes and Grove. W to 
Webster (The buildings on 
this street from Gough W 
are incorrectly numbered) 

Crost SU. N. s. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Nesa Avenue (c) (c) 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough (400) 300 301 

Octavia (500) 400 401 

Laguna (600) 500 501 

Buchanan (700)600 601 

Webster (e) (c) 

Ivy Terrace, from W s Salina 

Place nr California 
J, from Fifth Av S of I, W to 

J South, from First Av South 

S W to Forty-ninth Av South 

Jackson, from the bay bet 

Washington and Paclflc, W 

to First Av 

Oross Sts. N. s. 

East North 2 I 

Drumm 50 51 

Davis 100 lO: 

Front 200 201 

Battery 300 301 

Custom House Place. 

Sansome 400 401 

Jones Alley 

Montgomery 500 501 

Montgomery Avenue 

Kearny 600 601 

Cooper Alley 

Washington Alley ... 

Bartlett Alley 

Dupont 700 701 

St. Louis Alley 

Stout's Alley .'..'.!!;; 

Dumcombe Alley.... 

Stockton SOO 801 

Bedford Place 

Trenton 

Stone 

AdeleAlley 

Powell 900 901 

Dure Alley.... ' 

Mas.)]] 1000 1001 

Marcy Place 

Tay|..r .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. ".'.'.'.'.UOO 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

Le..' .-uworth 1300 1301 

Hslil'ln.-c.. 

Wail I'hu-e. . 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Larkin ISOO 1501 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Nes, :,:. •uie ...1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 



^SSao-:::;;:; 

Webster 

Fillmore 


...■1300 
...2400 


1^! 

2301 
2401 
(o) 

2701 
2801 

^\ 
3101 
3201 

^1 
3501 
3601 

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Jessie, from W s First be 
Market and Mission, S W f) 

Cross Sts. N. s. 


I5ll^".':::::;;::: 

Scott 


...2700 

....3000 
....3100 

■;;;3^^ 

....3400 
...3500 


Ecker 

New Anthony 

Second 

New Montgon 






Lyon 

Presidio Avenue. 


erV 


.. 100 10 


Third 

l-^.l'"..::.:::: 




•::^ ^ 


Locust 


Mint Avenue 
Sixth. 












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Jackson Park, bet Se 

teenth, Mariposa, Ark 
and Carolina 
Jamaica (South S. F.), 
Twenty-Sixth Av South 

James (South S. F.), s 


Tenth 




... 900 90 


Twelfth 

Brady 

Hermann .... 
Jessie, from 


Thirteenth f 
see Woodward'. 



Taylor 
Jansen, from N s Greenwich 

bet Mason and Taylor, N to 

Lombard 
Japan, from S s Brannan bet 

First and Second, S E to 

Townsend 
Japan Avenue (Excelsior 

Homestead ), from Lisbon bet 

China and India Avs 
Jamac, W s San Jose Av 

N E of Paulding 
Jasper Place, from N s Union 

bet Dupont and Stockton, N 

to Filbert 
Java (South S. F.), see Twen- 
ty-first At South 
Java, from Buena Vista Av 

S W to Masonic Av 
Jefferson, from the bay N of 

Beach, W to Presidio Reser- 

Cross SCs. N. s. 

Powell 



Mason 


;;:;:;: S 


101 
201 


Leavenworth 


:::;;•; ffi 


401 














Van Ness Ave 

Government 

vation .. .. 

Laguna 

Buchanan 


Ulser-'^> 

■.!'.::;:i2oo 


(c) 
1201 


Webster 

Fillmore 


1400 

1500 


1501 


Pierce v.v.::: 


1700 


1701 


Devlsadero .. 
Broderick.... 


1900 

2000 


2001 



Baker 2100 

Jefferson Avenue (Bernal 

Heights), from -\ndover AvE 



Jerome Alley, from S s Pacific 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Jersey, from W s Dolores bet 

fifth, W to Douglass 
Oross Sis. N. s. 

Dolores 2 1 

Chattanooga . 



Johnston Avenue, from s i 

Point Lobos Av bet Parke 
and Henderson Avs 
Jolce. from N s Pine be 
Stockton and Powell N 
California 

Jones, from N s Marltet be 
Taylor and Leavenworth, I 
to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. 

M'kt and McAllister. 2 
Golden Gate Avenue. 100 10 

Turk 200 

McDermott Place 

Eddy 300 

Ellis 400 40 

Steveloe Place!!!.'.'!.' 

O'Farrell 500 

Geary 600 60 

Maggie Alley 

Cottage Place 

Post 700 

Lewis Place 

Sutter 800 80 

White's Place 

Pine.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!iooo 

California 1100 

Sacramento 1200 120 

Pleasant 

Clay 1300 130 

Washington 1400 140 

Jackson 1500 150 

Paclflc 1600 160^ 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 170: 

Glover 

Vallejo 1800 ISO: 

Green 1900 190 

Union ..!!!!. !!!!!!!!!'2ooo 200 

Filbert 2100 210: 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2300 220: 

Lombard 2300 230: 

Chestnut 2400 240: 

Houston 

Francisco 2500 250: 

Montgomery Avenue. 

Bay 2600 260; 

NorthPoint 2700 270: 

Beach 2800 2S01 

Jefferson (e) (e! 

Jones Alley, from Washing 
ton bet Sansome and Mont 
gomery. N to Jackson 
Joost Avenue (Sunnyside; 
from Circular Av and Dla 
niond, W ru Hamburg 



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fosepblne, from Laurel Hill 
Cfiiutery bet Presidio Av 
and Eugenie, S to PolDl 

foelali Ayenae, bet Margaret 

nud Lee Avu. crostitng Lake 

View Av 
roy (Bernal Heights), from 

HolUday Av to Brewster 
tOlM Avenue, from Lake 

View Av X toOeesn Av 
fnlla, from S s Mission bet 

Seventh and Elithth 
rnllan Avenue (late First 

Av. from S 8 Ftmrteenth 

bet Mission and Valencia, S 

toSLxtecntb 

Lombard 



rnUos, from N 



Folsom 



Bryant 



rnno, from Sixteenth W ht 

Clara Av S to Lower Terrace 
rnno (Silver Terrace, now 

Diana), from Thornton Av 

to Williams Av 
(nplMr (Silver Terrace, late 

Vulcan), from Thornton Av 

s to Williams Av 
fnrl, from San Jose Av W bet 

Twentyllfth and Twenty- 

t, from Fourth Av S of J, W 

t.> the ocean 
K Soutll, from First Av South 

S W lo lullroad Av 
Kansas, from Division bet 

Uhode Island and Vermont, 

s u, Preclu Creek 
Kansas (South S. F.), see 

Lay ton 

Kappeler Court, from W s 

Mas.jn bet Geary and Post 
KaiHaslria (South S. F), see 

D South 
Kate, (n>m S 8 Bryant bet 

Seventh and Eighth 
Kearny, from N a Market bet 

Montgomery and Grant Av, 

Orou Su. K. w. 

Market and Geary ... 2 I 

Union 8<|uare Av 

Post 100 101 

VerMchr Place 

Butter 200 201 

Hardle Place 

Bush .100 301 

Pine 400 401 

8ummer 

California 500 501 

Sacramento 600 Ml 

Commercial 

Clay 700 (o) 

Merchant 

Waablnglon 800 801 

Jackson 900 Ml 

Montgomery Avenue 

PaclUc 1000 1001 

St. Charles Place 

Broadway UOO 1101 

Dunne's Alley 

Hinckley 

Vallejo 1200 1201 

8an Antonio 

Green \3» UOl 

Union 1400 1401 

Filbert UOO WOl 

Greenwich liiOO HOI 

Lombard 1700 ITOI 

Chestnut I'OO 1801 

Francisco 1100 KOI 

Bay 2000 2001 

North Point (el <ei 

KennebM (now FoUom), 



Kent, from \V s Mason bet 

Unl.>n and Filbert 
Kent, W of Castro. See Sus- 

Kentucky, from the bay bet 



Kentucky Place, from Ken- 
tucky bet Twenty-flrflt and 
Twenty-second W to Mlnne- 

Keyes Alley, from Pacific N 
bet Powell and Mason 

Kimball Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde S and N 

King, from the bay bet Town- 
Teai and Berry, S W to Dl- 

Oroa Su. 8. N 

Second 100 101 

Hammond Place 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

SUth 500 501 

Seventh 600 601 

Division (e) (e) 

Kingston, from W s Mission 

bet Thirtieth and Brook 
Klssllnf, from W s Eleventh 
bet floward and Folsom, W 
to Twelfth 

Knight's Place (West End 
Tract), from Mohawk Av W 
of Mission 

Knox (University Home- 
stead), from S s Felton bet 
Madison and Mansfield 

KotUer's Place, from S s 
Green bet Montgomery and 

Kosciusko (Bernal Heights, 

now Anderson), from 8 s 
Cortland Av K of Moultrie 
Kossuth. E of San Bruno Av 

Kramer Place, from S s 
Greenwich bet Dupont and 
Stockton 

KrausgrUl Alley, from N s 
Filbert bet Dupont and 

I,, from Serpentine Road S of 
K. W to the ocean 

L South, from First Av South 
S W to Twenty-seventh Av 
South and from Salinas Av 
to San Bruno Av 

La Qrande Avenue (Excel- 
sior Homestead), from Slllt- 
man and Madison S W 

LafayettO, from S s Mission 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth. 
S E to Howard 

Lafayette Park, bet Oough, 

Laguna. Sacramento and 
Washington 

lAfayette Place, from N s 

Green bet Kearny and I)u- 

p<)nt, X to Union 
Laguna, from N 8 Market 

Det Uctavla and Buchanan, 

N to the bay 

CrouSU. E. w. 

Market and Hermann 2 I 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Rose Avenue — ■ 

Page 900 SOT 

Lllv Avenue 

Oak 400 401 

Hickory Avenue 

Fell SOO 501 

Linden Avenue 

Hayea 600 Ml 

Ivy Avenue 

Grove 700 701 

BIrcb Avenue 

Fulton 800 801 

Aib Avenue 

McAllister 900 901 



Turk (o) 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Willow Avenue 

Ellis 1300 1301 

O'Farrell !!;!!;!!l400 1401 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1500 1501 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1600 1601 

Ewlng Place 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pino 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento (o) 2101 

Clay (o) 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 3901 

Filbert 3000 3fOI 

Harry Place 

Greenwich 3100" 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 (o) 

Francisco 3400 (o) 

Bay (o) S-'iOl 

NorthPoint (o) .%01 

Beach (o) 3701 

Jefferson (o) 3801 

Tonquin (o) 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Lahalna (South S. F.), see 
Nineteenth At South 

Laldley (Fairmount Tract), 

from S s Thirtieth bet Noe 
and Castro 

Lake, from First Av N of 
California W to Thirty-third 
Av 

Crnss Sis. N. S. 

First Avenue 2 1 

Second " 100 101 

Third •• 200 201 

Fourth ■' 300 301 

• Fifth " 400 401 

Sixth •• 500 501 

Seventh " 600 601 

Eighth ■' 700 701 

Ninth •• BOO 801 

Tenth " 900 901 

Eleventh" loix) 1001 

Twelfth " 110(1 1101 

Lake View Avenue (Lake 

K W and W to Arlington Av 

Landers, from S s Fourteenth 

bet Dolores and Church, S m 

Fifteenth and from Albert 

Alley to Sixteenth 

Langton, from 8 s Howard 

bet Seventh and Eighth, S E 

to point S of Brannan 

Orott Su. W. B. 

Howard 2 1 

Folsom 100 101 

Harrison 200 201 

Bryant 300 SOI 

Brannan 400 401 

Lapldge, from S s Eighteenth 

het^alencla and Guerrero S 

t*i Nineteenth 

T.^ririvi from N 8 Market bet 

Hyde and Polk, N to the bay 

Onu Sit. E. w. 

Market and Hayes ... 2 1 

City Hall Avenue.... 

Birch Avcniie' !;;;;!! 

Fulton 201 

Aab Avenue 

McAllister 300 301 

Locust Avenue 

Golden Gate Avenue 400 401 

Turk 500 501 

Laurel Avenue 

Eddy 600 601 

Willow Avenue 

Kills 700 701 



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Larfctn— Cont'd 

OFarrell 

Myrtle Avenue . 

Geary 900 901 

Post '.■.'.■.'.■.'.1000 1001 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1100 1101 

Bush '.'.!'.'.!!!l200 1201 

Eureka Place 

Callfi.rala'.'!!:!.'.'!!:!l400 1401 

Clay .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.ieOO 1601 

Washington 1700 1701 

Jackson 1800 1801 

Broadway .'.'..'.-iOOO 2001 

Vallejo 2100 2101 

Green '2200 2201 

Rockland 

Union 2300 2301 

Filbert 2400 2401 

Greenwich 2500 2501 

Lembard 2600 2601 

Chestnut 2700 2701 

Francisco 2800 2801 

Bay 2900 2901 

NorthPoint 3000 3001 

Beach 3100 3101 

Jefferson 3200 3201 

Tomuln (e) (e) 

LarMn Avenue, from E s 

Larkln bet Ellis and O'Far- 

LasUe, from N s Mission bet 
Eighth and Xlnth 

Latbam Place, from W s 

Mason bet Ellis and O'Far- 

Latona (Silver Terrace) , from 
Bay View bet Railroad Av 
and Pomona S to Thornton 

Laura Place, from S s Pine 

Laurel, from Paoiflc Av bet 

Walnut and Locust, S to 

California 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Pacific Avenue . 

Jackson 100 10; 

Washington 200 20! 

Clay 300 30: 



Call! 



Laurel Avenue, from w s 

Larkln bet Turk and Eddy, 
(Entrance to buildings on 
first block is from Turk W 
of Larkln) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Larkln 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue.... 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Laurel Place, from W s First 
bet Folsom and Harrison. 

Lanssat Avenue, from w s 

Buchanan bet Waller and 
Halght, W to Stelner 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Buchanan 2 1 

Webster (c) (c) 

Fillmore 200 201 

Stelner (e) (e) 

Lawrence Place, from E s 

Fremont bet Harrison and 

Layton (South S. F.), from 
Sliver Av E of Conkling 

Leavenwortli, from n s 

McAllister bet Jones and 
Hyde, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. w. 



Golden Gate Av 
Burcham Place 

Turk 

Leonard Place . 

Eddy 

Ellis 

O'Farrell 

FOBl.. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'... 



Pine 

California..., 
Acorn Alley . 
Sacramento ., 

Clay 

Washington., 



Pacific 

Bernard 

Broadway 

Glover 

Waldo Alley. 
Vallejo 



Fllberl 



vich. 



.2100 2101 
.2200 2201 



.2400 2401 



Lombard . 
Chestnut. 

Francisco 2500 2.501 

Bay 2600 2601 

NorthPoint 2700 2701 

Montgomery Avenue 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson 2900 2901 

Ledyard (late Emma), from 

silver Av ur Scott Av, S E 
Lee (Bernal Heights), from S 

s Cortland Av nr Heath 
Lee Avenue (Lalie View), from 
Lake view AvW to Ocean Av 
Leldesdorff, from N s Pine 

bet Sr -" " 

ery. N 
Cross Sis. 

Pine 2 1 

California lOO 101 

Halleck 

Sacramento 20O 201 

Commercial 

Clay fe) (e) 

Lena Place, from E s Illinois 
bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first 

Leonard Place, from w s 

Leavenworth bet Turk and 
Eddy 

Leroy Place, from Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 
enworth S and N 

Lesslng, W of Mission nr 
County Line 

Levant, from Masonic Av nr 
Congress 

Lewis, from W s Polk bet 
Tonquin and the bay, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Lewis Place, from W s 
Taylor bet Post and Sutter. 



(late 
from Sycamore 
cla and Mission, 



Lexington Avenue 



Cross Sts. 
Sycamore Av 
Eighteenth .. 



first. W to Castro 
Cross Sts. 
Valencia 



Lick, from W s Taylor be 

Union and Filbert 
Lick Alley, from W s Firs 

bet Jessie and Mission 

Lick Place, from N s 

bet Montgomery and Kearny 



.Six 



nth 



Liebig, from Mission N W, it 

County Line 
Lilac Alley, from S s Twenty 
fourth bet Capp and MIsslol 
S to Twenty-sixth 
Lily Avenue, from W s Frank 

lln bet Page and Oak 
Cross Sis. N 

Franklin ■. 

Gough 100 10 

Octavia 20( 

Laguna 300 3t 

Buchanan 400 41 

Lily Terrace, from W 
Powell bet Bush and Pine 
Lincoln, from W s Taylor be 
* Green and Union. W to Leav 

Lincoln (Bemal Heights), se 

Eugenia Av 
Lincoln Avenue, from Bel 



Lincoln Place, from E s l 

bet Union and Filbert 
Linden Avenue, from poii 



Cross Sis. 
Van Ness . 
Franklin . 

Octavia !;.......,.... 400 U 

Laguna 

Buchan 

Webster (e) (e 

Llppard Avenue, bet Fulto 

and Clinton Avs N E and S 1 

of Berkshire 

Lisbon (Excelsior Homi 

stead), from Sllvei 

to Amazon 

Lizzie, from Miss 

Eugenia and Cortl 

S E to Prospect Av 

Llewellyn, E of San Bruno A 

Uoyd, from W s Scott be 

Thirteenth and Waller. W t 

Devlsadero 

LobOS (Railroad Homestead 

W of San Jose Av nr Coun' 

Line 

LobOB Square, bet Lagun 

Webster. Chestnut and B 

Locust, from Presidio Rese 

vatlon bet Laurel and Sprue 

Sto California 

Cross Sis. 

Presidio Reserval 

Jackson 100 1( 

Washlngto 
Clay 



Calltornla (e) ( 

Locust Avenue, from W 
Larkln bet McAllister a 
Golden Gate Av, W 
Orost .Sto. N. 

Larkln 2 

Polk 100 

Van Nei 

Franklli 

Gough , 

Octavia CO 

Laguna 600 

Loebr, W of San Bruno A 

County Line 
Logan (University 



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abard, (roi 

Pr<-»ldlu I 

St. 

Mterjr 

insome 

ontftomery . 
•Intlirop.... 
mrny. 



the bay 



I Children 



.1100 1101 
.1200 1201 
.l.WO 1301 



fi»ker 



.1900 1901 
laiOO 2101 



liOl 



»»ker ?700 2701 

IJOD (e) (e) 

Wibard AUey, from S s 

1 Luniliard bet Stockton and 

andon (Excelsior Home- 
I »tLiid). from point W of 

iomU, (rom Islals Creek S 

lo BarneTcId Av 
Mt, see Ceniral Avenue 
3tta, from Parnassus A v bet 

Stanyan and Wlllard 8 to 

Woodland Av 
ralBA (now Shipley), from 

Rllzalieth IM brt FoUoin and 
Harrlsun W to Fourth 
BuUa Alley, from N s Shlp- 
|.-y K yf fourth 

W of San Jose Av 



imlsbare. 



OWell, from E s Mission nr 
County Llni- 

own Terrace, from N s Sev- 
enteenth nr AKhhury 

nek, from Loomis E to Or- 

ndcj, from S s Twenty- 

Flll.oin S to Twenty-flfth'" 
ttcy, see De Long Av 



inla, from Genesee S of 
Thirty-third W to Hamburg 

inndy's Lane (B<ni>i Btigku), 



,IUk Alley, from Clyde nr 
Townnend W to Crook. 

yeU (Sprtnir Valley Home 
•tead). from Bo.worth W of 
Itotteck H to BprlnKdale 

lyncll, from W 8 Leaven- 
worth bet I'aiinc and Broad- 



Lyon, from N s Haight W ol 
Baker S to the bay 

O-OM SU. E. W. 

Haight a I 

Page 100 101 

Oak (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park ... 

Fell 300 301 

Hayes 400 401 



Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 700 701 

Golden Gate Avenue. 800 801 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvary Cemetery ... 

Geary 1300 1301 

PoBt 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1.W 

Bush 1600 1601 



Paciac Avenue.. 

Broadway 

Vallejo 



Filbert 2800 (o) 

Greenwich 2900 (o) 

Lombard 3000 (o) 

Chestnut 3I0O (o) 



North Poln 

Beach 

Jefferson.. 
TonqulD... 



Lysett Place, from S s Sacra- 
mento bet Jones and Leav- 

U, from Serpentine Road S 

of I,. W to the ocean 
H Soutb. from First At 
South S W to Railroad Av 
and from Williams Av to 
Mk 

(Bemal Heights), 
rrom .Montcalm W of Isabel 
S E lo Brewster 

Madagascar (South S.F.). see 

Twenty-seventh Av South 

Madeira (Soutb S. F.), see 

Thirty-seventh Av South 
Madlaon (University Home- 
stead), from Silver Av S to 



C.-ary and Post 
Hacrner Place, from E s 
M»»..n lii-t Broadway and 
Valli-Jo 
Maiden Lane, from W s 
MfinlKomery Av bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson 
Main, from S a Market bet 
Spear and Beale, S E to the 
bay 
Ooj» SU. w. B. 

Market 2 1 

Mission lOO 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom 800 301 

ItlncoD Court 

ncalc Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (c) (e) 

Majestic Ayenne, bet Calne 

iinil .Margaret Av«, crossing 

Malacca (South S. F.), see 
Thirty third Av South 

Maiden Alley, from S s How- 
ard b.-t Ffrst and Second. S 



Malvlna Place, from w s 

.Mason bet Sacramento and 
Clay 

Manchester (Birntl Hsi^lits), 

from point S of Preclta Af 
bet Folsom and Shotwell S 
to Ripley 

Mangels Avenue (Saanjiida), 

from Hamilton Av N of Joost 

Manila (South S. F.), see 

F.iurth Av South 
Manitoba (South S. F), see 



lanning 

Eighth 1 



Mansfield (University Home- 



Cherry, S to California 

Cross Sit. E. W 

Presidio Reservation. 2 I 

Jackson 100 101 

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, E of San Bruno Av 

from Waterloo S W to Dick- 

Marengo (Railroad Home- 
stead), see Plymouth Av 

Margaret Avenue, bet Ma- 
jestic and Josltth Avi. cross- 
ing Lake View Av 

Margaret Court, from N s 
Turk bet Mason and Taylor 

Margaret Place, from N s 



Maria (nov 



Marlon Place (late Eliza 

Place), fr.im N s Union bel 
Taylor and .lones 
Mariposa, from the bay bet 
■Eighteenth. 



Wtolln 

Mariposa Terrace, f 



t point 



Eighth B E to Harrison 
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 numbcra at opposite 

Oo»f Sit. N. S. 

Kast and Sacramento 2 1 

Stcuart 

Spear 101 

Drumm 100 

Main 201 

Davis and Pine 200 

Beale 301 

Front 300 

Fremont 401 

Battery 400 



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Market— Cont'c 

Sanaome and S 
Second 



Kearny and Geary... 700 

Third 701 

Brooks 

Grant Av & O'Farrell 800 

Fourth 801 

Stockton and Ellis... 900 

Powell and Eddy ....1000 

Fifth 901 



I Turk 1100 



Caylor and Golden 

Gate Avenue 1200 

'ones and McAllleter.lSOO 



Larkin and Haye 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Polk and Fell... 



Van Ness Av and Oak.1800 

Twelfth 

Franklin and Page. ..1900 1601 

Rose Avenue 

Brady 1701 

Gough and Halght... 2000 



Duboce'X 

Dolores .. 
Fourteen! 



Noe , 



.2500 2501 
12600 2601 



<^8Btro (e) (e) 

Uarquesas (South S. F.), see 
Tenth Av South 

Mars, from Seventeenth W 
of Clara Av 8 to Corbett Av 

Marsliall (College Home- 
stead), from E 8 Mission 

Marsliall Square (formerly 

city Hall Square) from N S 
Market opp Eighth to City 
Hall Av 
Marslly, from St Mary's Av 

Martha Place, from S s Geary 

lift Mneon and Taylor 
Martin, from E s Sussex nr 

Martin, see Berry Place 

Martinique (South S. F.), see 
Thirty-llfth Av South 

Mary, from S s Mission bet 
Fifth and Sixth, S E to How- 
ard 

Mary Lane, from N s Berry 
Place bet Kearny and Grant 
Av N to Bush 

Marye Terrace, from N s 

Turk Ijct Hyde and Larkin 
Maryland, from the bay bet 

Delaware and Louisiana, S to 

First Av South 
Mason, from N s Market bet 

Powell and Taylor. N to the 



Lath, u r 
DIkeiM Ml 
O' Fart' II 
Elwood , 

Derby '.'.. 
Kappeler 



Hooker Alley . 



Ewer Place .... 
Dawson Place., 
Malvlna Place . 
Clay, 



Truett 

Shephard Place. 
Washington 



Pacific 

Broadway.. 
Magner Pis 
Vallejo,... 



Kent 

Filbert 

Valparaiso.. 



Francisco . 
Vandewater 

Bay 

Alaska Plac 
North Point 

Beach 

Jefferson... 



Cross Sis. 
Point LobOB . 
St. Rose's A\ 



Golden Gat« Park. 

Oak 

Page 

Halght 



Massachusetts, from the bay 
bet New Vork and Delaware, 
S to First Av South 

Massasolt (Bemal Heights), 

from Franconia Av N W to 
Rutledge Av 

Mateo (Falrmount Tract), 
from Bemis S E to S P R R 

Mauiitins (South S. F.), see 
Twentieth Av South 

Mayflower (Bemal Heights), 

from Holladay Av nr Pow- 
hattan W to Nevada Av 
Mazzlnl, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
McAllister, from junction 
Market and Jones bet Fulton 
and Golden Gate Av, W to 
First Av 
Cross Sts. N. s. 

Market and Jones 2 1 

City Hall Avenue.... 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 

Brown's Alley 

Larkin 300 301 

Polk 400 401 

Van Ness Avenue 500 501 

Franklin 600 601 

Gough 700 701 



Buchanan 
Webster. . 
Fillmore . 
Stelner. . 



Scott 

Devlsadero. 
Broderick .. 



.1400 14 
.1500 is 
.1600 16 



Central A 
Masonic 



McClellan (Bernal Height 
meralda Av S to Cortland 1 

Mccormick Place, from s« 

Pacific bet Hyde and LarkI 

McDermott Place, from w 

Jones bet Turk and Eddy 

HcLea Court, from E s Nint 

bet Harrison and Bryant 

Meacham Place, from s 

Post bet Hyde and Larkin 
Mears, see Michigan Aveni 
Hedau Place, from N s Fi 

bertbetDupontandStockU 
MedTord (Visitacion Valley 

W of San Bruno Av 

County Line 
Medway Alley, from N 

Twenty-third bet Chatt 

nooga and Church 

Melrose Avenue (SmiDjsidt 

from point nr Congo N ( 
Mangels Av W to Hambul 
Mendocino (South S. F.) , froi 



Plu 






Bradford), from S s Cortla 

AvbetPeraltaAvandBronI 

Merchant, from the bay be 



Washington, W 



Drun 



(c 



Davis 

Front 

Battery 

Sansome 

Montgomery .... 
Dunbar Alley... 

Merrlfleld, see Jordan Av 
Merrill, from S s Riokard be 

Barneveld Av and Boylsto 

S to Silver Av 
Merrltnac, from the bay n, 

Alameda, W to Tennesse 

Merrltt, from Hattle S a 

Corbett Av W to Danvers 

Mersey Alley, from N 

Twenty-third bet Dolore 
and Chattanooga 

Metcalfe Place, from N i 

Geary bet Mason and Taylo 
MetropoUtan Avenue fron 

W side Eighth bet Harrli 

Mexico (South S. F.), froD 
the bay S to India Basin 

Michigan, from the bay be 
Georgia and Illinois. S t( 
First Av South 

Michigan Avenue (lat« Mtara) 
from S 8 California bet Jor 
dan and First Avs S to Poln 
Lobos .w 

Michigan Place, from Mioh 

Igan bet Twenty-flrst an( 
Twenty-second W 
Middle, from N s Pine 
Webster and Fillmore, 
California 



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Parrott Building 



iinUIII lyiC STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

iURIVLin SiSff^. 316 >ND 318 URKIK STREH 



STREET AND 




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E. MARTIN &. CO. 



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WESTERN fUELCO.'"^ar 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



HontEomery Ave.— Cont'd 

Vallejo 400 

Vallejo Alley 

Stockton 500 



FranclBco 



.1100 1101 



Bay 1200 1201 

NorthPoint 1300 

Leavenworth... ISOl 

Beach (e) (e) 

Montgomery Court, from w 

e Montgomery bet Pacific 
and Broadway 
Montlcello, W of San Jose 



• Coun 



•Lin 



Hoore Place, from N s Union 

bet Hyde and Larkln 
Morrell Place, from N s 

Pacific bet Hyde and Larkln 
I Broadway 






m 







bet Fifth and Sixth, S E to 
points S of Bryant 

Morse, from point S Newton 
W to Mission opp Worden Av 

Morse Place, from S n Broad- 
way bet Leavenworth and 
Hyde 

Morton, 'now Union Square 
Av) from W 8 Kearny bet 
Geary and Post.WtoStockton 

Moscow (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Madlfon S W to 
-Amazon 

Moss, from S s Howard bet 
Sixth and Seventh, S E to 
Folsom 

Moss Alley, from Short N to 
Corbett Av nr Ashbury 

Moulton Avenue, from w s 

Buchanan bet Greenwich and 
Lombard, W to Steiner 

Moulton Avenue (Suinjside, 

now Hearst Av), from Cir- 
cular Av W to Hamburg 

Moulton Place, from w s 

Montgomery bet Green and 
Union 



Mountain Lake Park, N of 

Lake t.. Presidio Reservation 
bet Seventh and Fourteenth 

Mountain Spring Avenue 

(Clarendon Heights), from 
Lincoln Av W of Clarendon 
Av lo point W of Stanyan 

Mulford Alley, from E s Tay- 
lor bet Bush and Pine 

Munich (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from La Grande Av 
S W to France Av 

Myra, from Oswego and 
Thirty-thirds W to Genesee 

Myrtle Avenue, from W s 
Larkln bet 0-Parrell and 
Geary, W to Laguna 

Cross Sis X 8 

Larkln 2 1 

Po'Ii 100 101 

Van Ness Ave . , . . . -,'0 i 201 



^ bay be 



N, from Seventh Av S of M 



South 
Naglee Avenue (West End 

Tract), from Mission N W to 



Napier Alley, from N s Pii- 



stead). 



Sliver . 



s w 



Napoleon, E of San Bruno Av 

Nasbua, E of San Bruno Av 

nr Islals Creek 
Natick (Fairmount Tract), 
from Chenery nr Castro S to 
Arlington 
Natoma, from W s Fremont 
bet Mission and Howard, S 
W to Fifteenth 
Crnss Sis. K. s. 

Fremont 2 1 

First 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery ... 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (c) (c) 

Howard Court 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Mary 

Sl.xth 500 501 

Russ 



Eighth. 



600 



Tenth 

Eleventh... 
Lafayette ... 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth,, 
Fourteenth , 
Fifteenth ... 



Nebraska (now San Bruno 
Av), from Division bet Ver- 
mont and Utah, S to Army 

Nebraska (South S. F.), see 
Watervllle 

Nebraska Avenue (Bemal 
Heights), from Powhattan S 
to Cortland Av 

Neptune (Silver Terrace), 
from Thornton Av S to Wil- 
liams Av 

Nevada (now Twenty- third), 
from the bay bet Humboldt 
and Twenty-fourth, TV to 



New Grove Avenue, from 

Twenty-seventh bet Castro 
and Diamond. S to Duncan 

New Market (SUnford EeighU, 
now Army), from Lincoln Av 
W to Fowler Av 

New Montgomery, from S 
8 Market bet Second and 
Third, S E to Howard 

Cross Sis. w. E 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Rose Alley!.'.'.'.;;!!;; 

Mission 100 101 



Natoma 

Howard (e) fe) 

New Orleans Avenue, from 

N 8 Green bet Leavenworth 



New York, from 

Virginia and Massachusetts 

S to First Av South 
Newell, from N s Lomban 

bet Mason and Taylor 
Newman, from Holly Pari 

Av bet Ellen and East Av 

E to Andover Av 
Ney (College Homestead) 

from E sMIsslon nr Silver A< 



Countv Line 

Nicaragua (South S. F.), sei 

Forty-fifth Av South 

Nlneteentb, from the ^b&^ 
bet Eighteenth and Twen 
tieth, W to Douglass 

Cross Sts. N. S. 



Illinois 

Tennessee.. 
Minnesota , . 

Pennsyivanl 
Mississippi . 



1400 140 



1500 l.iO 



Arkansas 1600 

Wisconsin...-. 1700 

Carolina ISOO 

DeHaro 1900 190 

Rhode Island. 

2100 210 
2200 220 



Vermont 



1 Brun 



Utah. 

Potrero Avenu 
Hampshire 



.2300 



•240 



Florida 

Alabama .. 
Harrison . . , 
Treat Aven 

Folsom 

Shotwell ... 

Howard 

Capp 

Mission .... 

Lexington 

Valencia 

Lapldge.... 



Sanchez 3900 390 

Noe 4000 400: 

Hartford 4050 

Castro 4100 410 

CoUlngwood 4200 "' 



Diamond . 



4400 440 



Douglass 

Nineteenth Ave 

Presidio Reserv 

Nineteenth Avenue South 

from Watei 
Railroad Av 



llSli 



i Creek 



Sheridan 

Harrison 

McLea Court. 



1J0IIIIM.KLEINELECTBICUC0. 



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105-107 Battery St. 



«ND Manager 

Tel. Main 389 



Sunshine Lamps, Fan 
Everything Eltclrical. 
LiBs Tools of aTanrdescriptloi 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



Mlntll ATeniia.rrom Mountain 
Lake ParK S to P 

Cross St.<. E. W. 

Preeldlo 2 1 

L»kc lOO 101 

California 380 201 

Clement 300 301 

Point Lobos Avenue 400 401 

A SOO 801 

It 600 601 

C 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park 

B 1300 1201 

1 1300 1301 

J 1400 1401 

K 1500 1501 

L 1600 1601 

M 1700 1701 

N 1800 1801 

O 1900 1901 

Ninth Avanne Sontb. from 

I Water From X «• to I8]al» 

I Hoble (closed), from Hubbell 

I Noble's AUey, from E s 
Dupont bet [-nlon and Filbert 
I Noo, from S s Thirteenth bet 
I Sanchez and Caatro, S to 
I Laldley 
Crow SU. W. >. 

Duboce Avenue 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 300 201 

[ Beaver 

I Market...;!!!!;;!!;;! soo aoi 

Seventeenth 460 401 

' Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 



cnth.. 



Twentieth .!!! 


700 701 


Liberty 




Twentyiecond' 




900 901 






Elizabeth 




Twenty-fourth . 


1100 1101 






Twenty Of th ... 


1200 1301 


Clipper 












Twentyteventl 








Twenty-eighth. 


1500 1501 










Day 








Nome Avenue 


from Casein 


Av ..pp Danvcm 


South 


NoonAn Alley, 


see Sunshine 



Norman, E of San Bruno At 

Nortb Avenna (Banal luttu), 
from Co«o Av S W to Holly 
Park Av 

Nortll Point, from the bay 
bet Bay and Beach, W to 



(c) 



Govmt Reservat 

Laguna 1500 1501 

Buchanan 11X10 1601 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Stelner 1900 1901 

Pierce 3000 2001 

Scott 2100 3101 

Devlsadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2300 2301 

Baker 2100 2101 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Nortb Stanyan, from S s 

.\ldlne bet Parker Av and 
Wlllnrd North, S to Fulton 

North Wlllard. See WlUard 
North 

Norton (Academy Tract), 

rlngton and Bauer 

Norton Coart (now Langton), 
from S s Brannan bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

Norton Place, from N s Fil- 
bert bet Montgomery and 
SanBome 

Norwich (Bernal Heights), 
from W s AlabamanrRlpley 

0, from Eighth Av S of N, W 
to the ocean 

O'Connell Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Powell and Mason 
OTarrell, from junction Mar- 
ket and Grant Av bet Ellis 
and Geary, W to Calvary 
Cemetery 
Croji SU. N. s. 

Market and Grant Av 2 1 

Bagley Place 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Carloa 

Elwood 



Harlem Alley. 



Hyde.... 
Larkln.. 
Polk.... 



Stein 



.1700 1701 



Pierce 1901 

Elliot Lane 

Beldeman 

Devlsadero 2100 2101 

Broderick 2200 2201 

St Josephs Avenue., (e) (e) 

O'FarreU Alley, see Elwood 

Oak, from junction Market 

and Van Ness Av bet Page 

and Fell, W to Stanyan 

Cnu Sl4. N. s. 

M'k't* Van Ness Av 2 1 



Buchanan... 

Webster 

Fillmore 

Stelner 

Pierce 

Scott 

Devlaadero. 



Broderick.. 

Baker (o) 1301 

Lyon (o) 1401 

Central Avenue (o) 1501 



Colo (o) 1901 

Shradcr (o) 2001 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Oak. See Derby. 

Oak Orove Avenue, from s s 

Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth, 

S E to Bryant 
Oakwood (late Fair Oaks 

Court), from S s Eighteenth 

bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Ocean Avenue, from Mission 



Ocean Terrace, from CiiO Ai 

and Forty-eighth Av N W 

OCtavla, from N s Market be 

Gough and Laguna, N t 



Croat SC». 
Market i 
Halgbt . 



Lily Avenue 

Oak 

Hickory Ave 



Linden Avenue . 
Ivy Avenue! !!!! 



McAllister 800 80 

Golden Gate Avenue, (c) (c 

Jefferson Square 

Eddy 1100 110 



O'FarreU. 
Myrtle Avi 
Geary .... 



Pacific Avenue 2400 240: 

Broadway 2.500 2.50; 

Vallejo 2600 260: 

Green 2700 270: 

Union 2800 280: 

Filbert 4900 290 

Greenwich 3000 .100: 



Ohio (South S. F.), from the 
bay nr Virginia S to First .' 
South 

Ohio Place (late Prescott), 
from N s Pacific bet San- 
sowe and Montgomery, N to 
Broadway 

Old Hickory (!<rul HsighU), 



Old San Jose Road, now San 

Olive Avenue, from W s Lar- 
kin bet Ellla and O'FarreU, 
W to Buchanan 
CrOM Stt. N. 9. 

Larkln. 2 1 

Polk 100 101 



, <c) 



201 



Van Ness Avenue. 
Franklin 

octmvia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .500 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Olive Court, from S s Union 
bet Laguna and Buchanan 



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CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 




;ounty 1 

Stead ( 



Ashbury 
Oneida Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Cayuga Av S of 
Onondaga Av N W to San 



Onondaga Avenue (West End 

Tract), from W s Mission nr 

Russia Av. >"■«• to Ocean At 

Opal Alley, from Corbett Av 



Opal Place, from E s Taylor 
bet Golden Gate Av and 
Turk 

Opera Alley, from N s Mission 
bet Tblrd and Fourth 

Opmr Alley, from N s Post 
bet Taylor and .Jones 

Orange Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and 
Bartlett S to Twenty-8l.\th 

Ordway, from W s San Bruno 
Av S of Mansell 

Oregon, from point E of 
Urumm bet Washington and 
.Jackson, W to Battery 

Cross Sis. N. S. 



-third bet Church and 
Vlcksburg. S to Elizabeth 

Orizaba Avenue, W of San 
.Jose Av nr County Line 

Orleans, E of San Bruno Av 



Osage (South S. F.), see I 

Osage Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Mission and Bart- 
lett, S to Twenty-sixth 

Oscar Alley, from N 



nford Heights 
Thirty-fourth 
Otega Avenue, from Mount 

Av. S\V 
Otis Place, see Folsom Ave- 

Otsego Avenue (West End 
A\°S W to"oeneva'Av 

Ottawa Avenue (West End 



P. from Ninth Av S of O, 
to the ocean 

P South, from First Av Sou 
SW to Eighteenth Av Sou: 
and from Williams Av S 
to Charter Oak At 

PadfiC, from the bay I 
Jackson and Broadway, W 
Larkln. (The contlnuati 
of the st:i:ft from Larkln 
called Put: fie Av) 

droit SU. N. 



Drumm,. 
Davis... 
Front . . 



Ohio Place 

Montgomery..,, 
Jerome Alley,. 

Montgomery A 
Bartlett Alley , 
Dupont 



Virginia Plac 

Trenton 

Powell 

Keyes Alley, 



Salmon 

Hlmmelmann Place,. 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jones laOO 1201 

Leavenworth 1300 1301 

Burgoyne Place 

Hyde 1400 1401 

Morrell Place 

McCormlcte 

Grimms Place 

Larkln (e) (e) 

Pacific Alley, from S s Broad- 
way bet Dupont and Stockton 

Pacific Alley, from N s 

Pacific bet Dupont and 
Stockton 
Pacific Avenue, continuation 
of Pacific Street from Larkln 
to Presidio Reservation. 
(The n 
1300, a 



Crosi Sll. 
Larkln., 
Polk.... 



Franklin . 



..1300 130; 

..1900 190: 

Octavla 2000 200: 

Lagnna 2100 210: 

3uchanan 2200 220: 

Webster 2300 230: 

Fillmore 2400 240: 

Steiner 2300 250: 

.2600 260: 



Pierce 

Scott 

Deviaadero. 

Broderlck «Kiu 29u: 

Baker 3000 300: 



.2800 280: 



Presidio I 

Walnut.. 



.3200 8-20: 
. (o) 



,,, (o) »4o: 

Page, from junction Marks 

and Franklin bet Halgbt and 

Oak. W to Stanyan 

Cross Sli. N, s. 

Market and Franklin 2 

Gough lOO 10: 

Octavla 300 20: 

Laguna 300 30: 

Buchanan 400 40: 

Webster 500 50: 

Fillmore 600 60: 

Steiner 700 70: 

Pierce 800 80: 

Scott 900 90: 

Devlsadero 1000 100: 

Broderlck 1100 110: 

Baker 1200 120: 

Lyon 



Central Avenue,, 
Masonic Avenue, 

Ashbury 

Clayton 

Cole 



.1400 140: 
.1500 150: 



Shrader 1900 190: 

Stanyan (e) (e: 

Palmer (Falrmount Tract) 
from Harper S E to Che 

Palmetto Avenue, from San 

Jose Av nr County Line 
Paraguay (South S. F.), see 
Fourteenth Av South 



nr Leavenworth, S W to Lar- 

Park Hill Avenue,from Buena 
vista Av W of South Brod- 
erlck, S to Masonic Av 

Park Lane (now Ashbury), 
fromSIxteenth to Eighteenth 

Park Lane, NorUi, from w s 
Second bet Bryant and 
South Park. S W to Third 

Park Lane, Soutb, from W s 

Central Place bet South Park 
and Brannan, SW to Third 
Park Road (now Buena Vista 
.Avenue), surrounding Buen 



Parker Alley, from N s Clay 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Parker Avenue, from S 

California opposite Maple. S 



toFult( 



iSul- 



Pamassus Avenue (la 

Uvan). from Clayton bet Carl 

and Grattan, W and S W to 

Fifth . 

Parrott Alley, fromWs Davis 

bet California and Sacri 

Patterson, E of San Bruno Av 
from Flower N E 

S to 

Paul, W of San Bruno Av 

head of Islals Creek 

Paul Avenue (Paul Tract), 

from Railroad Av opposite 
Thirty-first Av. South, ~ " 
San Bruno .\v, opposite 
Dwight 

Paulding, from W s San Jose 
Av bet Jarnac and Havelock 



Pearl, from S s Marliet bet 



Pelham, E of San Bruno Av 



Penobscot (South S F,), see 



Ferine Place, from W s 
steiner bet California and 
Sacramento, W to Pierce 

Perry, from point W of Second 
1 Bryant, S W 



t Harrison 8 
to Fifth 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

W of Second 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth (e) (e) 

Perry Avenue, from S s Al- 

dlne bet Parker Av and Wll- 
lard, N to McAllister 
Persia Avenue (Excelsior 
Homestead), from Mission 
S of Brazil Av S E to La 

Pfeiffer, from point E of Du- 



tChe 



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Fierce, (rom Duboce Park 
I.. I St<-lner and Scott. N. to 
the b«y. 
CruM Sli. I. W. 

Duboce Park 50 51 

Waller 100 101 

llalght 200 aoi 

"age 300 301 

ak MO 401 



Fell. 



(c) (c) 



Fulton 

McAllister 

Golden Gate Ar 



Hamtlton Squa 

Post 

Sntter 

Bush 

Pine 



Perlne Place. 
Sacramento . . 
Clay 



.2«U0 3601 

.2700 2701 

.2800 2801 

.2900 2901 



.3200 3201 



Regley Place. 

Lombard 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 8.100 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 370O 3T01 

Jefferson 8801 3801 

Tonquln 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Pike, see Waverly Place 
Pine, from junction Market 

and Davis bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia, W to Central At 



Crou SU. 

Market and Oavla. 

Front 

Battery 



Exchange Place 

Laura Place 

.Montgomery 400 401 

ItUis Alley 



Central Place 

St. Mary's Place 

Bacon Place 



OcMrIa ... 
Lagtina.... 
Buchanan . 

MIdd'le '.'.'.' 



.2300 2301 
.2400 3401 
.2.100 2.V)I 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Presidio Avenue (e) (ej 

Pine Place from N s Pine bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Plnlt Alley, rrom Pearl bet 

Market and Thirteenth 

Plnkney Place, from N s 

Broadway bet Kearny and 
Dupont. N to Vallejo 
PlOC&e, from juDCtloo Silver 
Av and Catubrldge W to 
Mndlson 

Ploche Alley, from N B Sacra- 
Pioneer Park, bet Mont- 
gomery. Kearny, Filbert and 
Greenwich 

Pioneer Place, from W s 
Piper Alley, from Ecker NE 

bet Mission and Jessie 

Plxley Avenue, from W s 
Buchannn bet Filbert and 
Greenwich. W to Stclncr 

Platte (South S. F.), see L 
South 

Pleasant, from W s Taylor 
bet Sacramento and Clay, W 
to Jones 

Plomas (South S. F.), from 
the bay bet Mendocino and 
Fresno. W to First Av South 

Pinto, from Sixteenth W of 
Juno, S to Lower Terrace 

Plymontb Avenue, from 

San Jose Av opp Sickles Av, 

Plyinoutb Avenue (now High- 
land Av), from .Mission nr 
West Av E to Holly Park Av 

Pocahontas (Bemal Heights, 

now .Moultrie), from North 
Av S to Esmeralda Av 

Point Lobos Avenue, from 

Central Av at termination of 

Geary. W to Forty-eighth Av 

Crou Sit. N. S. 

Central Avenue 2 

Josephine 100 

Masonic Avenue 201 

Eugenie 200 

Wood 300 301 

Collins 400 401 

Blake 500 .'iOI 

Cook 600 601 

Boyce 700 701 

Parker Avenue 800 801 

Commonwealth At.. 900 



Henderson " 100 

Michigan ■• ....1100 

First ■• ....1200 1201 

Second " ....1300 1301 

Third " ....UOO 1401 

Fourth •■ ....1500 1.101 

Fifth " ....1600 1601 

Sixth •• ...,1700 1701 

Seventh " ....ISOC 1901 

Eighth " ....1900 1901 

Ninth " ....2000 2001 

Tenth " ....2I0O 2101 

Eleventh '" ....2200 2201 

Twelfth " ...2300 2801 

Polk, from N s Market bet 
Larkin and Van Ness Av, N 

Crou Sil. E. W. 

Marketand Fell 2 I 

Hayc. 100 101 

Ivy Avenue 

Birch ATcn*ue!!!!i."! 

Fulton 300 301 

Ash ATenue 

McAllister 400 401 

Locuat Avenue 

Golden Gate ATenue 500 SOI 



601 



99 

willow Avenue 

Ellis 800 801 

Olive Avenue 

O'Farrell 900 901 

Myrtle Avenue 

Geary 1000 1001 

Cedar Avenue 

Post 1100 1101 

Walnut Avenue 

Sutter 1300 1201 

Bush !!;!!;;!!l300 1301 

Pine .';;!!!!l400 1401 

California 1500 1501 

Sacramento 1600 1601 

Clay 1700 1701 

Washington 1800 I80I 

Jackson 1900 1901 

Pacific Avenue 2000 2001 

Broadway 2100 2101 

Vallcjo 2S00 2301 

Green !!!!."!;!;;;;;!.".33oo 2301 

Union 2400 2401 

Filbert 2.100 2501 

Greenwich 2600 2601 

Lombard 2700 2701 

Cheatnut 2800 2801 

Francisco 2900 2901 

Bay 3000 3001 

NorthPoint 3100 SIOl 

Beach 3300 3201 

Jefferson 30 333001 

Tonquin 3400 3401 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Polk Lane (now stark), from 

E 8 Stockton bet Pacific and 

Broadway 

Pollard Place, from N s Val- 

leju bet Kuaruy and Dupont 

PoUock (South S. F.), from 

Twenty-fourth Av South nr 

• bay. S W to County Line 

from Bay View bet 

Latona and Flora, 8 to 

Thornton Av 

Pond, from S s Sixteenth bet 

Pope, from Mission opp Nia- 
gara Av S to Hanna 

Poplar Alley, from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and San 
JoBc Av, S to Twenty-sixth 

Porter(Bernal Heights), from 
S s Crescent Av bet Bache 

Porter Avenue, w of Mission 

iir County Line 
Portola (late Daisy), from 

Duboce Park bet Stelner and 

Pierce, N to Waller 
Porto Klco (South S. F.), see 

Fortieth Av South 

Portsmoutb Square, bet 

Clay, Washington^ Kearny, 

and Brenbam Place 
Post, from junction Market 

and Montgomery bet Geary 

and Sutter. W to Central Av 

Crots SU. N, s. 

Marketand Montg'y, 2 I 

Lick Place 

Kearny 100 101 

Gardner 

Grant Avenue 200 I 

Stockton 300 (o) 

Powell 400 401 

Mason BOO nol 

Taylor 600 601 

Agate Alley 

William 

Ophlr Alley 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Meacham Place 

Post Street Court. . . . 

Larkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Ncii Avenue.... 1200 1201 

Franklin 1800 1301 



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BEST 



Broderlck 

Baker 

pJes'ldio 'Avenue'.; 

Post Office Place, 



Post Street Court, from N s 
P.)8t bet Hyde and Larkln 

Potomac (South S. F), see R 
South 

Potrero Avenue, from Bran- 
nan bet Utah and Hampshire. 
S to Serpentine Av 



Twenty-third 1100 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 



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 



Sutter!'..;'.'. 
Ankeny Pla 



.1000 1001 
.1100 1101 
.1200 1201 



Pacific .... 
Fisher All. 
Broadway . 
Vallejo.... 



Bay. 



.2000 2001 
.2100 2101 
.2200 2201 



North Point 2400 2401 

Beach 2500 2501 

Jeflferson (e) (e) 

Powell Avenue, from Mission 

S of Preclta Av. S E to Cali- 
fornia Av 
Powliattan(Bernal Heights), 
from North Av bet Esmer- 
alda and Eupt^nla Avs. E to 



Munich and Dubilii. SW 
Pratt Place, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Stocktc.n and 
Powell, see Ellick Lime 



CROCKER-LANOLET DIRECTORY 

1 I'reclta Avenue (Benai Englits), 

I from Mission S of Army. E 

to York 
Preclta Place (now Precita 



to Crescent .\v 
Preecott, see Ohio Place 
Prescott Court, from S s 



Saosi 






Montgomery 
President, from Flint Nw 
Presidio, from E s Baker bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Presidio Avenue, W of Lyon 
from Presidio Reservation S 
to Geary 
Cross Sts. w E 

Presidio Reservation 

Pacific Avenue 1 2 

Jackson 101 100 

Washington. 



Clay. 



300 



California .-iOt 

Pine -- m 

SntteT.'.'.'.'.'.'.... '..'...'. 80( 

Post 901 

Geary (e) Ce: 

Preston Place(nowCooverse1 
from Bryant bet Eighth and 



Prim, from Mission to San 
Jose Av nr County Line 

Primrose, see Carmeltia 

Prlnceton,(UniTersity Home- 
stead), from Sliver Av S to 
M.nsell 

Prlngrle Court, from N s Green- 
wich bet Sansome and Mont- 

Prospect Avenue (Bemal 
Heights), from Coso Av bet 



pec S W to Cortland j 
Prospect Place, from S s Cla 

bet Stockton and Powell. 

to California 
Cross Sts. w. K 

Clay 2 



California (e) (e) 

Prospect Place (Btnialliighu), 

see Ripley 

Prosper, from S s Sixteenth 
bet Sanchez and Xoe, S to 
Seventeenth 

PnlasU (Bemal Heights, 
now Prentiss), from Cort- 
land Av S bet Banks and Ne- 
vada Av 

Putnam (Bemal Heights), 
from S s Cortland Av bet 
Bronte and Nevada Av 

Q, from Tenth Av S of P. W 
to the Ocean 

Q South, trom First Av South 
S W to Eighteenth Av South 
and from Twenty-sixth Av 
South to Twenty-eighth Av 
South 

Quince Alley, tna S s Twenty- 
first bet Dolores and Fair 
Oaks. S to Twenty-fourth 

Qulncy, from N s Pine bet 
Kearny and Dupont. N to 



Qulncy Place, see Bacon PI 
Qnlnn (now Clinton Park), 
from Stevenson W bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth 
R, from Tenth Av S of Q, W 



E South, from Islais S W to 
Twentieth Av South 

Railroad Avenue (South s. r.), 

from Kentucky and Second 
Av South S W to San Bruno 
A\ nr Fortieth Av South 

RaUway Avenue, from E b 

Dolores bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth 
Ralston (City Land Ass'n 

RamseU (City Land Ass'n 
Tract). W of San Jose Av nr 



Randall Place, from N s 

Greenwich bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 
Randolph (City Land Ass'n 

Tract), W of San Jose At nr 

County Line 
Rausch, from S s Howard bet 

Seventh and Eighth, S E to 

Folsom 



Reed, from N s Clay bet 
.Tones and Leavenworth N to 
Washington 

Reed (now Newton), from 
Morse nr Curtis. S 

Reed Place, from S s Green 
bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Regan Place, from S s Geary 
bet Powell and Mason 

Regent (West End Tract), 
from Wyoming Av N W to 
Palmetto Av nr County Line 

Reeley Place, from E s Pierce 
bet Greenwich and Lombard 

Reservoir, from N s Market 
bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. W to Church 

Rey, W of San Bruno Av nr 



' of San Jose . 



Rhine, ^ 

Rhode Island, from Division 
bet De Haro and Kansas. S to 
Mazzlnl 

Rice, from San Jose Av nr 

County Line 

Richland Avenue, from s P 

R R opposite Miguel E to 

Andov-r Av 
Richmond (now Halleck) 
Richmond Avenue, from 

Parker Av bet Point Lobos 
Av and California. W to 

' s San Bruno 



Ridge Lane, from San Jose A v 
8 of Mount Vernon Av W to 
Howth 
Ridley, now Duboce Av 
Rincon Avenue, from w s 

Japan to Second bet Brannan 

and Townsend 
Rincon Court, from W s Main 

bet Folsom and Harrison 
Rincon Place, from S s Harri- 
Flrst and Second, S E 



Rickard, f 



i Brya 



Ripley (Bemal Heights), from 

Shotwell S of Stoneman E to 

Peralta Av 
Eitch, from S s Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth, S E to 

Townsend 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Folsom 2 1 



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Rltch— Cont'd. 

Bryant MO 201 

BranDan 300 301 

Townm-nd (e) (e) 

BlToU ATenne, from Clayton 



Roach, from N s Filbert bet 



Roanoaka (Fairmount Tract). 

frutn Bomis S E to S P R R 
Rockland (late Brady Place), 



Rodney, now Ecker 



ley, nov 
. Court, 



Rome, from Niagara 
Rondel Place, from S 



Roscoe (Bernal Heights), 
fn.in Crescent .\v nr I'orterS 

Rose Alley, from W s New 
.MontKomery bet Jeisle and 
Mlsulun W tu .\nnle 

Rose ATenae, from N s Mar- 
ket liet HalKht and Page. W 

Crou SU. N. 8. 

Market 8 1 

Gougb 100 lOJ 

OcUvts 200 201 

LoRuDS (e) (e) 

Rom Place, from E s Taylor 

liet Kildy and EIIIb 
Roeecrana (Bernal Heights), 
frcilii Esmeralda At S to 

Rosa Alloy, see Stout's Alley 
Rotteck (Sprug Tillt; loatncil) 

from Uosworth W of Rous- 

»e«ii S to Sprlnicdale 
Roossean, from S P R R bet 

Mllt4"n and Rotteck S to 

Sprlncdale 

Rowland, from S s Broadway 
bet Montgomery and Kearoy 

Rnsa, from S s Minna bet 
Sixth and SereDtb, S E to 
Fol»om 

Rtua Alley, from N s Bush 
bet Montgomery and Kearny, 
N to Pine 

Rnsaell. from W a Hyde bet 

End Alley 
Rossla Avenue from Mission 

8 of Penla Av S E to La 
Grande Av 
Rutland, W of San Bruno AT 

Rntledge ATenue (Bernal 

IlelKbtn). from Holladay At 

Ryan Avenue, E of Alabama 
from Preclta ATenue 8 to 
Montcalm 

■, from Eleventh Av S of R, 

I Bontb, from Islais S W to 

Twentieth Av South 
Sacramento, from the bay bet 



Cnu SU. H. s. 

Market and Eaat 2 1 

Drnmm 100 101 

DaTla 200 201 

Front aoo SOI 

Battery 400 401 

Banaome SOO 901 

Leldeadorir 

Montgomery MM «01 

Webb 

Kearny TOO 701 

Dupont «00 901 

Waverly Place 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 

Oneida Place 

Ploche Alley 

Brooklyn Place 

Stockton 900 901 

Stephens Cour*, 

Prospect Place 

Miles Place 

Powell 1000 1001 

Hanover Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

YerbaBuena 

Cushnian 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1301 

Lysell Place 

Leroy Place 

Golden Court 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Kimball Place 

Hyde 1500 1501 

Larkln 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue.. ..1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Oough (o) 2001 

Ocuvia (o) 2101 

Laguna tiOO 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster '2400 2401 

Fillmore IMIO 2."iOI 

Stelner 2600 2601 

Pierce rOO 2701 

Scott 2800 '2801 

Devlsadero 2900 2901 

Broderick .3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3^201 

Presidio Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 asOl 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

First Avenue (e) (e) 

Badowa W Of San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Sagamore W of San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Salem (late Rose), from Cres- 
cent Av S E to Case 

Sallna Place, from N s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupont and Stock- 

Sallnas Avenue (Paul Tract), 
from RallroafI Av opp Thir- 
tythird Av South, W to San 
Bruno Av 

Salmon, from N s Pacific 
bet Mason and Taylor. N to 

Salome, E of San Bruno Av 

nrlslals Creek 
Salvador (South S. F). see 

Samoset from Franconia Av 
N W to Peralu Av 

San Antonio, from w s 

Kearny bet Vallcjo and 
Green, and from N a 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 
toTwenty-nrst 

San Domingo (South S. F.), 

■ee Forty-first Avenue South 

Saa JoaqtUn (South S. F.), 
San Jose Avenue, from S s 

Twenty-second bel Valencia 

County Line 

CroM Sti. w. K. 

Twenty-second 2 1 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third lOO 101 

BlUabcth 

Twenty-fourth '200 201 

Twenty-fifth 300 301 

Jurl 

Twenty sixth 40(1 401 

Army rO) V)l 



101 

Twenty-seventh 

Duncan tiO<l 

Twenty-eighth 

Guerrero 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 700 701 

Day 

Thirtieth 800 801 

Kingston 

Brook 901 

Dolores 

Randall (c) (c) 

Ocean Avenue. .!',!!!2100 2101 
Mount Vernon Av ...2600 "2601 

Sickles Avenue 3001 

Plymouth Avenue... .lOOO 

ian Miguel (late Miguel), 
from S s Ocean \v nr San 
Jose Av 
(an Miguel Road (now Cor- 
bett Av) 

, from S s Thirteenth 



Pain 



Chur 



and No 



CrCM Sis. w. K. 

Duboce Av 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 

Market 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Dorland 

Ford 

Eighteenth 500 501 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-Srst 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

T wen ty-'seVen th '. ! '. '. ! 1400 1401 

Twenty-eighth. '.'.'.'.r.lSOO 1501 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Sansome. from N s Market 
bet Battery and Montgomery 
N to the bay 

Crou Sts B. W. 

.Market and Sutter... 2 1 

Bush 100 101 

Pine 200 201 

California 300 301 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 401 

Commercial 

Clay 500 501 

Merchant 

Washington 600 601 

JaclMon 700 701 

Gold 

Pacific 800 801 

Stevena Alley 

Broadway 900 901 

Vallejo 1000 1001 

Green 1100 1101 

Union 1200 1201 

Fiiben!!!! !!!!!'.; !!!'.i30o i.toi 

Greenwich 1400 1401 

Lombard 1500 l-Wi 

Chestnut (e) (c) 

Santa Clara, now Seven- 
teenth 

Santa Marina, from Mission 

nr Cortland Av E to Elsie 

Bantee (South S. F.), see G 
Saratoga from La Orando 

Av nr \Vo.j|sey 8 

Saratoga Court, from N s 

(l.iiry bel Hyde and Larkln 



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Sargent, W of San Jose A v nr 

Satnm from point W of Clara 
Av y of Seventeenth. W to 
Serpentine Place 

Savannali (South S. F.), see 

Sawyer, W of San Bruno At nr 

Sclieerer Place, from W s 

Maeun Tjet Poet and Sutter 

Schiller, W of San Bruno Av 
nr County Line 

Scboll Place, from S s Vallejo 
bet Powell and Mason 

School Alley, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Union and Alta 

Schuyler (Bernal Heights, 
now Nevada Av). from S 8 
Cortland Av bet Putnam and 
Prentiss 

Schwerln, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Scotland, from N s Filbert 



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Cross Sis. 

Duboce Av (o) 1 

Lloyd 

Waller 100 101 

Halght 200 201 

Page 300 SOI 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 501 

Hayt-B (o) 601 

Grove (o) 701 

Fult.in SOO 801 

McAllister 900 901 

OoMen Gate Avenue. 1000 1001 

Elm Av 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 ISOl 

Ellis 1300 1301 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

PmP..'. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

SaLTameuto 2100 2101 

Clay (o) 2201 

Washington (o) 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2.500 2301 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Union !!'.;!!'.!'.!!!'.;!!29oo 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco .S400 3401 

Bay 3500 3301 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tfinquln 3900 3901 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Scott Ayenue, from Silver Av 

S E to Thornton Av 
Scott Place, from N s Pacific 
bet Powell and Mason. N to 
Broadway 
Sears, from Sherman Av S W 

to Sickles Av 
Second, from S s Market bet 
First and Third. S E to the 
bav 
Cross Sis. w. E 



Mission lt«J 101 

Minna 

iloward '.'.'.'.'.'.'... ". 200 201 
Tehama 

Folsom.... !'.!'.!!!'. *«l :»1 

How Place 

HarrWoii i'f'i 401 



Bryant 500 501 

Park Lane North .... 

Federal 

SouthPark 

De Boom 

Brannan 600 601 

Rlncon Avenue 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry (e) (e) 

Second Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to Par- 
Cross SIS. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake 100 101 

California 

California St. South. 200 201 

Clement 300 301 

Point Lobos Avenue 400 401 

A 500 501 

B 600 601 

C 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

Second Avenue South, from 

Water Front N W to lalals 

Seneca Avenue (West End 

Tract), from point nr Otsego 
Av N W to Tara S of Ocean Av 

Serpentine Avenue, from 

Utah. S ot Twenty-fifth to 
Mission nr Array (partly 

Serpentine Place, from Lower 

Terrace nr Juno W to Lower 
Terrace, nr Seventeenth 

Serpentine Road (now Tem- 
ple i. from N 8 Seventeenth 
W of Clara Av 

Serpentine Road, from Fourth 



Sev 



nth 



Servla (South S. F.), see 
Thirteenth Av South 

Seventeenth, from the bay 
bet Sixteenth and Mariposa, 
W to Stanyan 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

Illinois 400 401 

Kentucky 500 501 

Tennessee 600 601 

Minnesota 700 701 

Indiana 800 801 

Iowa 900 901 

Pennsylvania Av 1000 1001 

Mississippi HOC 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 2100 2101 

San Bruno Avenue.. .2200 2201 

Utah 2300 -2301 

Potrero Avenue 2400 2401 

Hampshire Z'iOO 2.501 

York 2600 2601 

Bryant 2700 2701 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2900 2901 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Division 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwcll 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 

Mission 3300 3301 

HofT Avenue 

Valencia 3400 3401 

Albion Avenue 

Dearborn Place 

Guerrero 3500 3,501 

Dolores 3600 3601 

Alemany 

Church 3700 3701 

Hardy 

Dehon 

Sanchez 3800 3801 

Prosper 



Castro 4000 4001 

Colllngwood 

Diamond 4I0I 

Eureka 

Douglass 4200 4201 

Clara Avenue 4300 4801 

Corbett Place 4401 

Temple 4400 

Lower Terrace! ! .'.'.'. .4500 

Uranus 4501 

Olympus 

Ashbury 4600 4601 

Cole 470O 

Shrader 4800 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Seventeenth Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Seventeenth Avenue South, 

from Water Front N W to 
Islals Creek 
Seventh, from S s Market 

bet Sixth and Eighth, S E to 
Pennsylvania Av 
Cross Sts. w. K. 

Market 2 1 

Mission '.'.'.■.;!■.■.■.'.!'.■; 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom SOO 301 

Decker .\lley 

Harrison '..400 401 

Bryant 500 501 

Belmont Place 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 70O 701 

King 

Berry 800 601 

Channel 

Seventh Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to N 
Cross SIS. E. W. 

Presidio 2 I 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Clement SOO 301 

Point Lobos Avenue 400 401 

A 500 501 

B 600 601 

C 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

For numbering South of Gold- 
en Gate Park see Eighth Av 

Seventh Avenue South, from 

Water Front N W to Islals 
Creek 
Seward, from Douglass nr 
Twentieth. N W to Eagle 

Seymour Avenue, from Golden 
Gate Av bft Scott and De- 
vlsadero. N to Turk 

Shakespeare, from San Jose 

.\v N w nr County Line 
Shakespeare, now Isabel 
Sharon, from Fifteenth bet 
Church and Sanchez S to 

Sharp Place, from S s Union 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 

Shasta, now Twenty-flrst 

Shaw Alley (late Sullivan 

Alley), from S s Mission bet 

First and Second to Minna 



Sheridan, from W s Ninth bet 
Folsom and Harrison S W to 

Sherman, from S s Folsom 
bet Sixth and Seventh, S E 
to Harrison 

Sherman Avenue (West End 
Tract), from Mission N W to 
San Jose Av nr County Line 

Sherwood Place, from E s 

Third bet MIsslonand Howard 
Shields W of San Jose Av nr 



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STREET AND AVENUE GUISE. 



BIllp (South S.F.),Jrom Fifth 
Av South lir the 'my. S W lo 

Shipley, from Elizabeth PI 
bet FulBom and HarrlaOD, 
S w to Sixth 
Crots SU. N. 8. 

Elizabeth Place 2 1 

Louisa Alley 

Fourth 100 101 

Fifth WO aoi 

Sluh (e) (e) 

Sblplay, from Harrison Av S 

\V. See Bruce Place 
Short, from Eagle W to Fal- 
con Av 
Short AUey, from Short S to 

Shotwell, from S s Fourteenth 
bet Folsoin and Howard. S to 
Esmeralda At 

CrOM SU. W. K. 

Fourteenth 2 1 

Fifteenth 100 101 

Sixteenth WO 201 

Seventeenth 300 301 

Eighteenth MO Ml 

Nineteenth 500 501 

Twentieth 600 601 

Twenty-Brst 700 701 

Twenty-aecond 800 801 

Twenty-third 900 901 

Twenty-fourth 1000 1001 

Twenty-fifth 1100 1101 

Tweniy-alxth IJOO IWl 

Aruiy 1300 1301 

Prrclla Avenue (c) (c) 

Bcrnal Avenue ISOO 

Montezuma 

Ait.c 

Stouoman 1(01 

Co»o Avenue 1600 

ISIpli-y 

Bhrader, from Fulton bet Cole 
and Stanyan, 9 to Frederick 
and from Oratun S to Carmcl 

Cms Sti. B. w. 

Fulton 8 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes WO 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak MO Ml 

Page 900 SOI 

Haliiht 600 601 

Waller 500 701 

Beiiliih SOO 801 

Frcilerlck (c) (c) 

Carl 1000 1001 

P«rna««u«Av 1100 1101 

Sickles Avenae. from Mission 
N w to Sau Jose Av nr County 
Line 

Sierra, now Twenty-second 

SlUlman from San Bruno Av 

> ..f silver Av W to Moscow 

silver, from W 8 Second bei 
lIurrlBon and Bryant, S W to 

Silver Alley, from View Av N 
• <l Twenty third W to Cor- 

Silver Avenue, from Mission 
K ly San llniuo Av, thence 

nr(i South 

Silver Star Place, from N s 

I'arinc bet Battery and San- 
SlmpBOn Place, from W s 



Wet I Kl Dorado . 

Mississippi 

Sevenlh 



Connectlcu 
Hubbell .. 
Arkansas., 
Eighth .... 



Rhode Island . 



Vermont ... 
San Bruno A 

Utah 

Potrero Ave 
Hampshire. 
York 

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.1700 1701 
.1800 1801 
.1900 1901 



Division 

Harrison 

Folsom 

Shotwell 

Howard 

Capp 

Mission 

LIda Place 

Hon Avenue,,.. 
Julian Avenue.. 

Rondel Place 

Caledonia Alley. 

Valencia 

Albion Avenue . 



■Alley. 



Church 
Hardy .. 
Sharon . 

Sanchez 
Prosper 
Pond . . . 
Market. 
Noe.... 



Ayenne, from Pre- 
Slxteenth Avenue South, 

from Water Front N W to 
I»lal« Creek 
Sixth, from S a Market bet 
Fifth and Seventh, S E to 



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?rwj Sit. N. 8. 

Illinois 300 301 

Kentucky MO Ml 

Tennessee 300 501 

Sixth 600 

Mlnneaota 601 

Indiana 



Channel 

Sixth Avenue, from Presidio 

RcBiTvatlon 8 to Serpentine 

Road 
Crntt SIM. E. W. 



Lake 

California.. 
Clement .. 
Point Lobo 



Sixth Avenue South, from 

Water Front N W to lalals 
Solano, DOW Eighteenth 
Somerset from S s Silver Av 

Sonoma, now Twenty-fourth 
Sonoma Place, now San An- 

Sonora, from N s Green bet 
Kearny and Dupont. N to 

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 Molly Park Av S to 
Crescent Av 

South Broderlck, from junc- 
tion Buena Vista Av and 
Dnboce Av 8 to Tllden 

South California, see Cali- 
fornia South. 

South Park, from W s Second 
bet Bryant and Brannan, S W 
to Third 

Spear, from S s Market bet 
Steuart and Main, S E to the 

CrOM Sl4. W. B. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

FolBom 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant (e) (e) 

Spencer AUey, from S s Fif- 
teenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores S to Sixteenth 
Spofford, from N s Clay bet 
Dupont and Stockton, N to 

Spreckels, W of San Bruno 
Av nr County Line 

Spreckels Avenue (Sonnyside), 

from Circular Av bet Flood 
and WIelnnd Avs W 
Spring, from S s California 
bet MontBomery and Kearny 

Sprlngdale (late Islais). from 

W s Mission S of Bos- 
worth 
Spruce, from Presidio Reser- 
vation bet Locust and Mnpic, 
S to California 
CrostSU. B. w. 

Presidio Reservation. 2 1 

Jackson 100 lul 

Wa8hlngt()n 200 201 

Clay SOO 301 

Sacramento 400 Ml 

California (e) (e) 

St. Charles Place, from E s 



Kearny 



cine 



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St. Joseph's Avenue, from N 

a Turk bet Br.Hlerlck and 
Baker, N to (icnry 
St. Lawrence (South S, F.), 

St. Louis Alley, from S s 

Stockton 

St. Mary's Avenue, from w s 

Mission S of Crescent Av 

St. Mary's Place, from N k 

Pine iK-t Kearny and Dupont. 



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Stable Alley, from E s Va- 
lencia bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth to Caledonia Alley 

Standlsli (Bernal Heights, 
now Peralta Av). from Es- 
meralda Av S to Powhattan 

Stanford, from S s Branaan 
bet Second and Third, S E to 



Stanford Helgbts 

(Stanford Heights), from 
Twenty-flfth S to Melrose Av 
Stanley (City Land Ass'n 
Tract). W of San Jose Av nr 
Coaoty Line 

Stanly Court, from E s Stan 

Stanly Place, from S s Har- 
rison bet First and Second, 
S E to Bryant 

Stanton, from Donglass nr 
Twentieth to Falcon Av 

Stanyan, from Fulton W of 



Crosi sis. K. w. 

Fulton 2 (o) 

Grove 100 

Hayes 200 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 

Page 500 

Halght 600 

Waller 700 

Beulah 800 

Frederick 900 901 

Carl 1000 1001 

Parnassus Avenue... 1100 1101 

Grattan 

RIvoll Avenue. ..'..'.'.1200 1201 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Belgrave Avenue. ..1300 1301 
Clarendon Avenue. . 

Stanyan Avenue, from 

Twenty-flfth S to Melrose Av 
Star (Bernal Heights), from 

Franconia to Peralta Av 
Stark (late Polk Lane), from 

E 8 Stockton bet Pacific and 

Broadway 
States, from W s Castro bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Stelner, from N s Thirteenth 

bet Fillmore and Pierce, N to 

the bay 
CroM Sli. K. W. 

Duboce Av 2 (o) 

Hermann 100 

Gerraanla 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 1001 

GoldenGate .\venue.llOO 1101 

Tnrk 1200 1201 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Ellis 1100 1401 

O'Farrell 1500 1501 

Elliot Park 

Geary 1600 (o) 

Post 1700 1701 

Bush ..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.1900 1901 

Wlldey .\venue 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Perlne Place 

Sacramento 2200 im 

Clay 2300 Co) 

Washington 2400 (o) 

.lackson 2500 2501 

Paclflc Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejti 2800 2801 



Filbert'!!!!; 
Plxley Aven 
Greenwich . 
Moulton Avi 
Lombard . . . 
Chestnut... 



.3300 3301 



Bay 3600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach 3800 3801 

Jefferson 3900 3901 

Touquin 4000 4001 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Stephens Court, from S s 

Sacramento bet Stockton and 
Powell 
Steuart, from S s Market bet 
East South and Spear, S E to 

Crosi Sts. w. B. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 



Harrison (e) (e) 

Steuben (late York), from 
Islals Creek to San Bruno 

Steveloe Place, from E s Jones 

bet Ellis and O'Farrell 

Stevens Alley, from s s 

Broadway bet Battery and 
Sansome turning W to San- 

Stevenson, from W s First 
bet Market and Jessie, S W 
to Fourteenth 

Cms SU. K. S. 



Ecker 

New Montgomery ! 

Third .'.■.■.'.'.'."."!!!!!! 

Fourth 

Fifth 



Ninth 

ife°v'e\Vh'.-.'.'.'.'.!'!! 

Twelfth 

Brady 


!! (c) (c) 

!!ii^ All 

..1200 1301 
!!l300 1301 


Clinton Park 

Fourujenth 


..1430 1431 
.. le) (e) 


Stevenson, from Sycamore 

Av to Twenty-first. See Lex- 



Stevenson Avenue, from E s 

Valencia bet Market and 

Stockton, from N s Market 
bet Grant Av and Powell, N 
to the bay 

Crats SU. B. w. 

Market and Ellis 2 

O'Farrell 100 

Geary 200 

Union Square Avenue 

Post 300 

Stockton Place 

Sutter 400 






Paclflc ViOO 

Stark 

Broadway 1300 

Vallejo 1400 

Card Alley 

Montgomery Avenue 



Lombard 1900 1901 

Chestnut 2000 2001 

Pfelffer 

Francisco 2100 2101 



NorthPoint 2300 2301 

Beach 2400 2401 

East North (e) (e) 

Stockton Place, from w s 

Grant Av bet Post and Sut- 
ter. W to Stockton 

Stone, from N s Washington 
bet Stockton and Powell. N 
to Jackson 

Stoneman, from Shotwell nr 
Ripley to Folsom 

Stout's Alley, from N s 
Washington bet Dupont and 



Islals Creek 
Sullivan, now Parnassus Av 
Sullivan Alley, from S s Mis- 
sion bet First and Second. 
See Shaw Alley 

Sumatra (South S. F.), see 
Seventeenth .\v South 

Summer, from W s Mont- 
gomery bet Pine and Cali- 
fornia, W to Kearny 

Summit, from junction Ma- 
jestic Av and Minerva N W 
to Lake View Av 

Sumner, from S s Howard 
Eighth, to 



bet Se' 



Sunny Court, from S s Geary 
bet Buchanan and Webster 

Sunny Dale Avenue, w of 

San Bruno .\v nr County Line 
Sunny Side Avenue (Sunny- 
side), from Circular Av nr 
San Jose Av W to Hamburg 
Sunset Avenue, from Fams- 
worth Lane W of Wlllard S 
to Woodland Av 

Sunshine Court, from E s 

Eighth bet Howard and Fol- 

Snrrey, from W s Castro nr 

Chenery 
Sussex (late Kent), from W s 

Castro nr Bemls 

Susquehanna (South S. F.), 

see N South 

Sutter, from junction Market 

and Sansome bet Post and 

Bush, W to Central Av 

CrOM Sis. N. S. 

Market and Sansome 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Trinity 

LlckPlate 

Kearny 200 201 

Clara Lane 

Grant Avenue 300 301 

Stockton 400 401 

Powell 500 501 

Delaware Court 



Taylor 

Leavenworth 

Hyde 

Larkin 

Polk 

Van Ness Avenue 
Franklin 

octavia'!!!!!!!!!! 

Lagona 

Sutter Place 

Buchanan 

Webster 

Cottage Row 



Devlsadero 2400 2401 

Brodcrick 2500 2501 

Baker 2600 2601 

Lyon 2700 2701 



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Butter Place, from N s Sutter 

bet Lab'uun aud HuL-hanaD 
Swan, E of San Bruno At nr 

Sweeny, from W s San Bruno 

Sycamore Avenue (late Wil- 
low >. from W > Mission bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 
W to Valencia 

T, from Twelfth At S of S, W 

T Bonth, from Fifth At South 
S W to Tenth Av South and 
from ElKhteenth Av South 
to Nineteenth Av South 

Tacoma ATenne, from W s 

Fifteenth Av bet Point 



Talbert, W of San Bruoo At 

nr County Line 

Tallapoosa (South S. F.). see 

F South 
Tara, W of San Jose At nr 

San Mlituol 
Tay, from S s Clay bet Powell 

Taylor, from N s Market bet 
Mason and Jone«,S to the bay 

CnutSlt. K. tr. 
Market and Golden 

Gate Avenue 2 1 

Turk 100 101 

Opal Place 

Eddy MO 301 

Rose Place 

Ellli 300 301 

O'Farrell 400 401 

Geary 500 501 

Derby Place 



Butter 

MuItoVd A'liey'! 

Pine 

Villa Place 

California 



Pacific .... 
Bernard ... 
Broadway 



Union IWO 1901 

Redfleld Alley 

Taylor Terrace 

Filbert 2000 3001 

Yalpsralio . 
Greenwich. 



.3100 3101 
.2300 3'iOl 



Montffomery Avenue 

Chestnut 2! 

Water 

Francisco 2( 

Vandewater 

Bay 3500 2501 



North Point. 



.2:00 2701 



Taylor Place, from E s Tay- 
lor bet (teary and Post 

Taylor Terrace, from E a 



CnuSu. 

First 

Maiden Alley . 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



from E 8 First 



Kearny and 
Dupont 
mple (late Serpentine 

~ ■' ' " I Serpentine 



Cla 



Av. S I 



enth 



Tenerlffe (South S. F.). see 
Fifteenth At South 

Tennessee, from South bet 
Kentucky and Minnesota, S 

Tentb, from S s Market bet 
Ninth and Eleventh. S E to 
Division 

Cmt Sit. w. I. 

Market 2 1 



Mln 



101 



Bryant 500 501 

Division (e) (e) 

Tentb Avenne, from Moun- 
tain Lake Park. S to R 



California 

Clement 

Point Lobos Avenue 



Oolden Oate Park 



Water I 

Tevls (South S. F.), from Wa- 
ter Front S W to County Line 

Texas, from Sixteenth bet 
Mississippi and Missouri. S to 

Theresa, from N W s Mission 

bet TlDKley and Cotter 
Tlllrd, from S s Market bet 



Crau SU. 
Market.. 
Stevenso 
Jessie.... 
Mission . 



i Place 



Park Lane North. 

South Park 

Park Lane South . 
Brannan 



Vrots Sl». E. 

Presidio 2 

Lake 100 

California 

California St. South. 300 

Clement 300 

Point Lobos Avenue 40O 



TUrd ATeiine' Boiitli, from 

Water Front N W to islale 
Thirteenth, from Harrison 
bet Twelfth and Fourteenth. 
W to Mission 
Cross SU. N. s. 

Harrison 2 1 

Bemlce 

Treat Avenue 



Folsom.... 

Frankfort . 
Mission ... 



from Water Front 
IslalB Creek 
Thirtieth, from W s Mission 
S of Twenty-ninth, W to Fow 



Dolores . 
Chenery. 
Church.. 



Whitney.. 
Sanchez.. 



Laidiey .. 
Diamond . 




ThWifet" 



h Avenue, from Lake 



South to Charter Oak Av 
ThlTty-eU:hth Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-eighth Av South, 

from County Line N W to 



Thirty-fifth Avenue South, 

from County Line N W to 

Thirty-first, from Lincoln Av 
W to Fowler Av 

Thirty-first Avenue, from 

Lattc S to .\- 
Thirty-first Avenue South, 

from County Line N W to 
Kallrosd Av 

Thirty-fourth, from Detroit 
Thirty-fourth Avenue, from 

Clement S to .\ 

Thirty-fourth AvenueSouth, 

Thirty-ninth Avenue, from 

Thirty-ninth Avenue South, 

Run nnin.. Av ' 
Thirty-second, from Lincoln 
Av W lo Fowler Av 

Thirty-second Avenue, from 
Thirty-second Av South, 



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Thirty-seventh Av South, 

from i;ouuty Line N W to 

Thirty-sixth Avenue, from 

CKmcnt S tu X 

Thirty-sixth Avenue South, 

frum County Lint- N W to 
San Bruno Av 
Thirty-third, from Lincoln 

Thirty-third Avenue, from 

Clement S to X 

Thirty-third Avenue South, 

from County Line N W lu 
Railroad Av 
Thornton, W of San Jose Av 

Thornton Avenue (Silver 



Thrift, West of San Jose A v 

nr County Line 

Tiffany Avenue, from Valen- 

to Twenty-ninth 

Tiffany Place (late Churchill 
Court), from W s Mission 
bet Valencia and Twenty- 
ninth 

Tllden, from Castro opposite 
Beaver W to Park Hill Av 

Tillman Alley, from W s 
Grant Av bet Sutter and 
Stockton Place 

Tlngley, fromNW s of Mission 
nr Silver Av 

Tobago (South S, F.), see 
Thirty-fourth Av South 

Tobln, now Sunny Dale Ave- 

Tomasa (Bemal Heights), 



Tomblgbee (South S. F.) 



Tonnlngsen Place (late 

Bowles Place), from N s 
Twelfth and 



Thir 



oth 



Tonquln, from the Bay bet 
Jefferson and Lewis, W to 
Presidio Reservation 

Torrens Court, from N s Clay 
bet Hyde and Larkln 

Townaend, from the bay bet 
Brannan and King, S W to 
Eighth 

Crriss Sis. N. s. 

First 2 1 

Gale 

Second'!!!:'.!!'.'.!!!!!! loo loi 

Stanford 

Ilainmond Place 

Clarence Place 

Third 200 201 

KItch 

Clyde 

Fourth!!!.!!!!!!!!!!! soo 301 

Fifth 400 401 

sixth 500 501 

Scvetuh 600 601 

Els-'hth 700 (e) 

nivlslon (e) 

Treat Avenue, from S s Thir- 
teenth bet Folsom and Harri- 
son to point S of Preclta Av 

Cross Sts. w. E. 

Thirteenth 2 1 

Fourteenth (c) (c) 

Fifteenth (c) (c) 

SLxteenth (c) (c) 

Seventeenth (c) (c) 

Eighteenth 500 .'iOl 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth 700 701 

Twenty-flrst 800 801 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-fifth isno 1201 



Twenty-8l.\th 1300 1301 

Army (ci (c) 

Preclta Av 1500 1501 

Tremont Avenue, from s s 

Waller bet Ashbury and 
Clayton to point S of Fred- 
Trent Alley, from N s Twenty- 
fourth bet Dolores and Chat- 
tanooga 
Trenton (late Virginia), from 
N s Washington bet Stockton 
and Powell, N to PaclBc 
Trinidad (South S. F.), see 

Seventh Av South 
Trinity, from N s Sutter bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N 
to Bush 
Troy Alley, from W s Hyde 

bet Sacramento and Clay 
Truett, from W s Mason bet 

Clay and Washington 
TnunbuU from E s Mission 

nr Sliver Av 

Tulare, from the bay along N 

8 Islals Creek, W to Barne- 

veld Av 

Turk, from junction Market 

and Mason bet Golden Gate 

Av and Eddy, W to First Av 

Croa Sit S. S. 

Market and Mason... 2 1 

Margaret Court 

Taylor 100 101 

Jones 200 201 

Leavenworth 300 301 

Hyde 400 401 

Marye Terrace 

Dodge 

Larkln 500 501 

Polk !!!!'! 600 601 

Van Ness Avenue ... 700 701 
Franklin 800 801 

.Jelterso'lS'Sq'ua're!!!!! 

taguna 1100 1101 

Buchanan 1200 1201 

Webster 1300 1301 

Fillmore 1400 1401 



Broderlck 1900 1901 

St. Joseph's Avenue. 

Baker (o) 2001 

Lyon (o) 2101 

Central Avenue (o) 2201 

Masonic " 2300 (o) 

Wood 2400 (o) 

Parker Avenue (o) 2901 

Wlllard North 3100 3101 



Twelfth, from S s Market 
bet Eleventh and Brady S E 
to Harrison 

Cross Sis. w. E. 

Market 2 1 

West Mission 

Mission 100 101 

Glen Park Avenue .. 

Howard 200 201 

Klssllng 

Folsom SOO 301 



Harrison (c) (c) 

Twelfth Avenue, from Moun- 
tain Lake Park S to T 
Cross Sts. E. W. 

Presidio .. 



100 101 
200 201 



Fulton (c) (c) 

For niimberliig South of 
Golden Gate Park see Tenth Av 

Twelfth Avenue South, from 

Water Front N W to Islals 
Creek 



Twentieth, from the bay bet i 



Michigan 


. 500 501 






Kentucky ■.■.'.'.'.■.■.".■.' 


.. 700 701 


Minnesota 


.!loO Ml 






Pennsylvania Av.. 

^iT.T.\::::::::: 


■^^ llSl 






Connecticut 

Arkansas 


•:iro \Z 


Wisconsin 


.1800 1801 


DeHaro::;;;::::;:: 

Rhode Island 


S Ifol 


^jSroA^eine! 


..2300 2301 
.2400 2401 


Potrero Avenue.,.. 


■|w 2601 










Florida 

Alabama 


iiro ml 

3100 3101 


Treat Avenue 


. 3250 3251 






Howard.!.!!!!!!!!! 

Capp 

Mission 

San Carlos Avenue 
Lexington " 
Valencia 


3400 3401 
. 3450 3451 
3500 3501 

■ 3600 3601 


Dolores 


3800 3801 


Sanchez:!!!!!!!!!!! 

Noe 


4000 4001 


Hartford 




cSiMngwooi'.!!!!!!! 

Diamond •.... 


. 4300 4301 


Douglass 


(c) (c) 



Twentieth Avenue, from Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to X 
Twentieth Avenue South, 

from A South N W to Rail- 
road Av, and from Sliver Av 
to Elmlra 

Twenty-eighth, from W a 
Guerrero bet Duncan and 
Valley, W to Fowler Av 

Cross Sis. y. s. 



Noe .... 



lOO 101 

200 20 

300 30 

400 40: 



800 80; 



Castro 

Diamond 

Hoffman Avei 

Bellevue 

Twenty-eighth Avenue, from 
Lake St?, X 

Twenty-eighth Av South, 

from County Line N W to 
Railroad Av. and from M 
S to Charter Oak Av 

Twenty-fifth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth, W to Fowler 



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iTwenty-nfth- Cont'd. 

Carolina 2100 2101 

De llaro 22U) ?201 

Rhodo Ul.nd 2300 2301 

KansM 2400 2401 

Vermont 2500 2501 

Ban Bruno Avenue . 2600 2601 

CUh 2700 2T01 

Potrero Avenue.. 



2850 



York 



Bryant 299) 2951 

riurlda 3000 3001 

Alabama 3050 3051 

Harrison 8100 (o) 

Treat Avenue!!;!!'.! S150 8151 

Oarflild Avenue.... 

Lucky 

Folsom 8200 8201 

Horace Alley 

Shotwell S250 3251 

Virgil Alley 

Howard .8300 3301 

Cypress Alley 

Capp S350 3351 

Lilac Alley 

Mission 8100 8401 

OiBue Alley 

Bartlett 8450 3451 

OraDKe Alley 

Valencia S-W S50J 

Poplar Alley 

San Jose Avenue.... 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 3750 3751 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchel 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Ca«tro 4J0O 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglaaa 4400 4401 

Homestead 4500 4501 

Hoffman Avenue.... 4600 4601 

Fountain 4700 4701 

Bellcvue 4800 4801 

HlBb 

Corhelt Avenue 

Twenty-flftli ATenoa, trom 

point X ..< Lake S to X 

Twenty-linb Avenue South, 

froTii Water Front N W to 
Williams Av 

Twenty-llrBt, from the bay 
Let Twentieth and Twenty- 
second. W to View Av 

Crou SU. K. S. 

MIchlKan 500 501 

San Bruno Avenue . 2400 2401 

Utah 2n00 2501 

Potrero Avenue 2600 2«0I 

. Hampshire 2650 2651 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2750 2751 

Florida S80U 2801 

Alabama 2850 2f51 

Harrls4m 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 295« 2951 

shotweii !!!!!!!!!!!! 3oso swi 

Howard 3100 3101 

Capp 81.50 8151 

MiMlon SaOO 3201 

San Carlo! Avenue.. 

Bartlett 

Lexington Avenue.. 

Valencia SSOO 3301 

Guerrero 3400 3401 

Alder Alley 

FalrOaka 

Quince Alley 

Dolorea 3500 3501 

Chatunooga 

Church 8600 8601 

Sanchel 8700 8701 

Nfie 8800 8801 

Caatro 8M0 8901 

Colllnirwood 4000 4001 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Eureka 4200 4201 

Douglass 48U0 4301 

Twenty-Dnt Avenue, from 



Twenty-fonrtb, from the bay 
bet Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-Bfth, W to Corbelt Av 

Crou SI: N. s. 

Illlnola 700 TOl 

Kentucky 800 8(il 

Tennessee 900 901 

Mlnneeota 1000 lOol 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 aiol 

De Uaro 2100 2101 

Rhode Island 3200 2201 

Vermont!!.'!!!!!!!!! 2»oo 2401 

SanBruno Avenue.. 8600 2501 

Utah 2600 2G01 

Potrero Avenue ... 2700 2701 

Hampshire 2750 2751 

York 2800 2801 

Bryant 2850 2S51 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 2950 2951 

Harrison SOOD 3001 

Balmy 

Treat Avenue 3050 3051 

Foiaom ...v.! !!!!!!!! sioo .sioi 

Shotweii 3150 3.ill 

Howard 8200 S201 

Cypress Alley 

Capp 3250 3251 

Lilac Alley 

Mission 3300 330) 

OsaKC Alley 

Bartlett 3350 3351 

Orange Alley 

Poplar Alley 

San Jose Avenue — 3.500 3501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Fair Oaks 3650 3651 

(Jolnce Alley 

Dolores 8700 3701 

Trent Alley 

Chattanooga 8750 3751 

Church 3800 3801 

Vlcksburg 8850 3851 

Sanchei 8900 3901 

N'oe 4000 4001 

Castro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4201 

Douglass 4300 4801 

Homestead 4.'151 

Hoffman Avenue . . 4400 4401 

Fountain — - 

Bellevue 4500 4501 

Corbett Avenue (e) (e) 

Twenty-fourtb Avenue, from 

Presidio Reservation S to X 

Twenty-fourth Av South. 

from Water Front N W t<j 
Williams Av 

Twenty-ninth, from W s 

Mission bet Valley and Day, 

W to Fowler Av 

Cr04M Sit. N. S. 

MISBlon 2 1 

Tiffany Avenue 

San Jose Avenue lOO 101 

Dolorea 200 201 

Sanchci'.'.V.V.V.!!!!!! 400 401 

Noe 500 501 

Caatro COO 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglaaa 800 801 

Twenty-ninth Avenue, from 

Lake S to X 

Twenty-ninth Av South, 

Railroad Av, 'and 'from S 
South to Charter r)ak Av 

Twenty-Mcond. from the bay 

boldt, W to View Av 

CroM SU. N. 8. 

Maryland 200 201 

Louisiana 30O 301 

Georgia 400 401 

Mlchluan 500 ,501 



107 

Kentucky 700 •"' 

Tennessee 800 ™; 

Minnesota 900 ^OJ 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania Av. .. 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Teias 1400 1401 

Missouri 15UU 1.501 

Connecticut 1600 1601 

Arkansas 17U0 1701 

Wisconsin 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

De Haro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 220O 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

SanBruno Avenue.. 2400 (o) 

Utah (c) (o) 

Potrero Avenue.... 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2650 2651 

York 270U 2701 

Bryant 2750 2751 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2850 2851 

Harrlaon 290O 2901 

TreatAvenuc 2950 2951 

Folsom 3000 3001 

Shotweii 3050 3051 

Howard 8100 3101 

Capp 3150 315! 

Mission 3200 3201 

Barllett 8250 3251 

Valencia 8300 3.S01 

San Jose Avenue — 

Guerrero 3400 3401 

Alder Alley 

FalrOaks 3450 .S45I 

Quince Alley ^^ ^^^^ 

Chattanioga !!.!!!!! 3S50 3.551 

Church 8600 3601 

Vlcksburg 

Sanchez 8700 3701 

Noe 3800 8801 

Castro 8900 3901 

Colllngwood — - 

Diamond 4O0O 4001 

Eureka 4100 4101 

Douglass 4200 4-201 

Worth 

Hoffman Avenue ... 

View Avenue (e) (e) 

Twenty-second Avenue, from 

Presidio I'.eservatlnn S to X 

Twenty-second Av South. 

from A Soulh. N W to K»ll- 

Twenty-seventh. from w a 

i)uni'an. W to Fowler Av 

CrOH Sit. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue ... 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchez 400 401 

Noe 500 .Wl 

Castro 600 cm 

New Grove Avenue. 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-aeventh Avenue, from 

Lake S to X 

Twenty-eeventh Av South, 

Thornton Av 

Twanty-alxth, from the bay 
bet Twenty-nfth and Army, 

Cro»» Sll. N. 8. 

Illinois 80O 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota 1100 lioi 

Indiana 1200 1301 

Kansas'. '.'.'. ".'.!!!!!!!! 2400 2401 

Vermont (c) <c) 

SanBruno Avenue.. 2600 2601 

Utah (c) <c) 

York 2900 2901 

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Alabama 

Harrison (o) 3101 

Garfleid Avenue!!!! 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Virgil Alley!!!!!!!!! 

Howard 3300 3301 

Cypress Alley 

Capp 

Lilac Alley 

Mission S400 3401 

Osage Alley 

Bartlett 

Orange Alley 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Poplar Alley 

San Jose Avenue... 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchez 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Twenty-Blith Avonne, from 

Lake S to X 

Twenty-alzth At Soutb, 

from Water Front N W to 
Thornton Ay 

Twenty-tblrd, from the bay 
bet Humboldt and Twenty- 
fourth, W to Corbett Av 
Cross Sis. N. s. 

Illinois 700 701 

Kentucky 800 801 

Tennessee 900 901 



CBOCKEB-LANOLEY DIBECTOBT. 



1300 laoi 

T. .. 1300 1301 

1400 1401 

Texas 1500 1501 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut 1700 1701 

Arkansas 1800 1801 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

DeHaro 2100 2101 

Bhode Island 2200 2201 

Kansas 2300 2301 

Vermont 2400 2401 

San Bruno Arenue.. (o) 2501 

Utah (o) 2601 

Potrero Avenue.... 2700 2701 

Hampshire 2750 2751 

York 2800 2801 



Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 2950 2951 

Harrison 3000 3001 

TreatAvenue 3050 3051 

Folsom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 3150 3151 

Howard 3200 3201 

Capp 3228 3227 

Mission 3300 3301 

Bartlett 3350 3351 

Valencia 3400 3401 

San Jose Avenue . . 3300 3501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Alder Alley 

Fair Oaks 

Quince Alley 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Mfraey .\lley 

Chittanooga 3750 3751 

Mechuny Alley 

Church 3800 3801 

Orient Alley... 



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Presidio Reservation S t 

Twenty-tUrd Avenue South, 

from A South N W to Wll- 

Twin Peaks Avenue (Stan- 
ford Heights), from Twenty- 
fltth S to Surrey 

Tyler, see Golden Gate Av 

V, from Thirteenth Av S of T, 
W to the ocean 

UnadUla Avenue, from West 
Lake Av bet Geneva and 
Mount Vernon Avs N W 

Union, from the bay bet 
Green and Filbert, W to Pre- 
sidio Reservation 

Cross Sis. N. s. 

EastNorth 2 1 

Front 

Battery 100 101 



Sansome 

Calhonn 

Montgomery . 



Lafayette Place . 

Dupont 

Bannam Place ... 

Cadell Alley 

Jasper Place 

Union Place 

Price Row 

Stockton 

Montgomery Ave 

Powell 

August Alley 

Taylor 

Marlon Place . . . . 



Bay View Place 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Sharp Place 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Allen 

West End Alley 

Moore Place 



Olive Court . 
Buchanan... 
Webster 



2101 



Stelner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

Devlsadero 2600 2601 

Broderlck 270O 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Union Avenue (Benul Heights), 
from Andover Av bet Jeflfer- 
son Av and Old Hickory. E to 



Union Square Avenue (late 

Morton), from W s Kearny 

bet Geary and Post, W to 

Stockton 
University ( Dniveisitj Hom«steid) , 

from Silver Av S to Mansell 
Upper Terrace, from point 

N of Sixteenth E of Ashbury 



Uranus, from S s Seventeen 
iMH Mars and Ashbury, S 
Eighteenth 



Potrero At 

S to Serpe 
V, from Fourteenth At S ol 

U, W I 
Valencia, from S s Market 



bet Mission i 



Guerrero, 8 



Clinton Park. 



Fourteenth 300 

Fifteenth 400 

Stable Alley 

Sixteenth 500 

Seventeenth 600 

Clarion Alley 

Sycamore Avenue ... 

Eighteenth 700 

Nineteenth 800 

Cumberland Place... 

Twentieth 900 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 1000 

Hill 

Twenty-second 1100 

Twenty third 1200 

Twenty-fourth 1300 

Twenty-fifth 1400 

Twenty-sixth 1500 

Army 1600 

Tiffany Avenue 



dway . 
dio Re 



Cross SU. N. 

Davis and East North 2 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

Cowell Place 

Flint Alley 

Sansome 300 

Prescott Court 



Hodge's Alley.. 

Bartol 

Montgomery . . . 

San AntonVo . ! ! 
PInkney Place. 



Dupont 600 

Montgomery Avenue 

Vallejo Alley 

Stockton 700 

Vulcan Lane 

Church Avenue 

Wheelock Place 

Powell 800 

Scholl Place 

Washoe Place 

O'Connell Place 

Mason 900 

Vallejo Terrace 

Taylor 1000 



White 

Larkin 

Polk 

Van Ness Avenue. 

Franklin 

Gough 

Octavia 

Buchanan !!!!!!.'!! 

Webster 

Fillmore 

Stelner 

Pierce 

Scott 



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'*UeJo AUey. from S s Val- 



rUI*7, from W s San Jose 
• r bft Twenty-eighth and 
rent)- ninth, to Fowler Av 



CMtro.. . 
Diamond . 



to Taylor and from Roach 

Vkn BoTMi. W of Diamond 

Tance, from Genesee N of 
Thirty-fourth. W to Hamburg 

TaocouTer (South S.F.), see 

Tbirty-nrat Av South 
Tandewat«r, from W s Pow- 
ell bet Francisco and Bay. W 
to Taylor 
Tui NMt AT«na«, from s 

Markc - ' 

lln. N 
OnutSlt. 
Market ai 
Hickory i 



iry Avenue.. 
Birch Avenue 
Aah Avenue.. 



Turk 

Laurel Avenu 
Eddy 



O'Farrell. 
Myrtle At 
Oeary .... 



Poat 

Walnut Avenue.. 

Butter 

Fern Avenue 



Pacific . 
Broad wi 
Vallejo. 

Cnlon '.'. 



NorthPoint 3200 (o) 

Uearh (c) (o) 

.Iclter«on 1400 (o) 



Tuuiboro, W of San Bruno 

Av nr lounly Line 
Tauar Place, from S s Har 



VasMrot Place, i 
Venexnela (South : 



see 



Venna (Silver Terrace), from 
Thornton Av to Williams Av 

Ver MellT, from E s Kearn; 
bet Po»t and Sutter 

Vermont, from Division bet 



Vermont, see Onklini; 
Verna AUey, from Thirty- 
third K of Foer§ter. S to Mel- 

Vernon W of San Jose Av 
nr County Line 

Vernon Place, from E s Hyiie 

bet Green and Union 
Vernon Place (see Dow Place) 
Verona Place, from e s Third 

bet Folsom and HarrHon 
Vlcklbnrg, from S s Twenty- 
second bet Chiin-h and San- 

"""Bryant bet 

Victoria, VV of San Jose Av 

nr County Line 
Vienna, from silver Av S W 



VUla Place, from E s Taylor 

bet Pine and California 
Vincent, from N s Green bet 
MontKoinery and Kearny. N 



well 

Virginia, from the bay bet 
Ohio and Xew York. S to 
First Av South 

Virginia Arenae, from E s 

Mission nr Thirtieth to Klsle 
and EuKenla Av 

Virginia Court, from W s 

Dupont bet Pine and Call- 
Virginia Place, from N s Pa- 
cific bet StiiCkton and Powell. 
N' to Broadway 

Vlsltaclon ATenne, from 

HolTman nr County Line to 

La Granite Av.opp Russia .\v 

Volney AUey, see Elizabeth 

Place 
Von Bcbmldt, from Water 
Front S W to County Line 

Vorratb Place, see Eureka PI 
Vne De L'eao, from Fowler 



Voloan, see Jupiter 

Vnlcan I,ane, from N s Val- 
lejo bet Stockton and Pow- 
ell. .N- to Card Alley 

W, from Fifteenth Av S of V 

Wagner AUey, from S s Eddy 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 

Walbltdge, W of San Bruno 

Waldo Alley, from W 8 Leav- 
enworth bet Broadway and 
Vallejo 
WaU Plaee, from N « Jackson 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Waller, from Junction Market 

and Ocuvta W to Stanyan 

CroM SU. K. 8. 

Market and Oclavla.. 3 I 

LaKuna lUO 101 

Buchanan M) Ml 

Webiter SOO 301 

Flllinare «00 401 



Devlsadero 800 801 

Broderick 900 901 

Buena Vista Park.... 

Buena Vista Avenue. HOC 1101 

Central Avenue 1200 1201 

Masonic " 1300 1301 

De Long " 

Ashbury 1400 1401 

Tremont Avenue 

Clayton 1300 1501 

Belvedere 

Cole 1600 1601 

Shrader 1700 1701 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Walnnt, from Paclflo Avenue 

bet Presidio Av and Laurel. 

S to California 






2 1 
100 101 



Clay.. 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Walnut, see Ralston 

Walnut ATenne, from W s 

Larkin bet Post and Sutter. 
W to Laguna 
Crot4 SU. V. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue.... (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

(lough (c) (0) 

Octavia (600) 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Walter, from S s Duhoce Av 
bet Sanchez and Noe. S to 
Fourteenth 
Waltliam, from W s Alabama 

nr Ksmeralda Av 
Ward, from W s San Bruno 

Av nr County Line 
Ward, see Banks 
Ware, from Paul Av bet 
Wheat and San Bruno Av, 8 



Sanchez) 
Warren Place, from E sMls- 

from the bay 



raiUngton, 



First Av 
Crou Sit. N. 

East North 2 



Davia 

Cedar - 

Front 

Custom House Place. 



Jones Alley 

Montgomery 601 

Montgomery Avenue. MO 

DuDbar Alley 

Brenbam Place 

Washington Place .. . 

Dupont 800 SOI 

Waverly Place 

Stoat's Alley 



Stockton 900 

Trenton 

HopetuD Terrace . . . . 



Powell 

Codman Place... 
Wetmore Place . 



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Maple .'. 
Cherry . 



Wasblngton Avenue, from S 

s Mission bet Ninth and 
Tenth. S E tu Howard 
Washington Place, from N s 

Iurpuu't.''x"to Jackson"^ "" 

Washington Square, bet 

Union. Filbert. Stockton. 
Monttiroraery Av and Powell 

Washoe Place, from N s Val- 



WaterlOO, from E s San Bruno 

Watervllle, from Helena S to 

Th..rnton Av 
Watson Place, from Ocean at 

w of Mission S W 
Watt Ayenue, from Morse n 



a 5 Wayerly' Place, 



Wajme (now Ellsworth) 
Webb, from N s California 
bet .Montgomery and Kearny, 

Webb Piace. from W s Mason 

Webster, from N s Thirteenth 



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.2000 2001 
.2100 2101 
.2200 2201 



W»Bhlngton 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Webster Place 

Paclflc Avenue 2500 2,501 

Broadway 2600 2601 



Moulton Ave 



Chestnut .. 
Francisco . 
Bay 



Webster Place, from E 

Webster bet Jackson at 

Paclflc Av 
Weldon, W of San Bruno A 

nr head Islals Creek i 

Wells Court, from S s Lom- ! 

bard bet Dupont and Stockton 
Welsh, from W s 5^nft hpt 



S of Cortland Av, S E . to 

Hollv Park Av 
West Eddy, see Eddy W 
West El Dorado, from Sixth 

bet South and Tuma 

West End Alley, from N. s 
Green bet Hyde and Larkin, 
N to Union 

West Lake Avenue, w of Mis- 

Kl,in iirCounty Line 
West Mission, from Mission 
and Twelfth, S W to Her- 
mann thence S to Mission 

West Pari, from S P R K N 



Wheat, from Paul Av bet 
Crane and Ware S to Salinas 
Av 

Wheelock Place, from N s 

Vallejo bet Stockton and 
Powell 
White, from N s Vallejo bet 

White's Place, from E s Jones 

bet Sutter and Bush 

White Place (now Victor), 
Whiting, from E s Dupont 

bet Lombard and Chestnut 
Whitney, from Thirtieth E of 

Sanchez S to Randall 
Whittler, from Mission S E, 

nr County Line 
Wleland, W of San Bruno Av 



Wilde, from W s San Bruno 

Ky nr County Line 
Wilder, from point E of Car- 



Wlllard North, from Eddy W 

K of First Av S to Fulton 
Wllllam, from N s O'Farrell 

Post 
Williams, see Somerset 
WUllams Avenue, from Rail- 
road Av nr Twenty-second 
Av South W to P South 



Larkin bet Eddy t 



Polk ..;!!!.".".'.'.!'.! 

Van Nesa Avenue. 
Franklin 



400 



Laguna 6( 

Buchanan 7( 

Wlnslow, from Esmeralt 
Av S to Powhattan Av 

Winter Lane, from E 

Mason bet Ureen and Unlc 
Wlnthrop, from N s Lombai 

bet Montgonicryand Kearc 

N to Chestnut 
Wisconsin, from Sixteen' 



S to Tulare 
Wolfe (Bernal Heights), fro: 

Isabel S W to Peralta Av 
Wood, from Laurel HillCe 

etery bet Masonic ' 

Collins S to Turk 

Woodland Avenue, froi 

Lotta S W to Sunset Av 
Woodward's Avenue, froi 



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Worcester Avenue, W of Jos 

Av nr Countv Line 
Worden, from N s Francisc 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Worden Avenue (West En 

Tract), from Mission X 'V^ 

San Jose Av nr County 1 
Worth, from Twenty-first V 

of Uouglaas S to Twentj 

second 
Wyoming (South S. F.), froi 

IslaLs S to First Av South 

Wyoming Avenue, W of Mis 

slon nr County Line 
X, from Thirty-sixth A 

W to Forty-flrst Av 

Yale (OniT-rsitj Horn stead), froB 

Sliver Av S to Mansell 
Tazoo, see M South 
Yerba Buena, from N s Sa 

ramento bet Mason and Tay 

lor, N to Clay 
Yolo (now Twenty-flfth) 
York, from Division 

Hampshire and Bryant. 



Alameda 10< 

Fifteenth 20 

Sixteenth Co 

Franklin Park 



Twentieth.. 



Yuba (now Twenty-sixth) 
Yucatan (South S. P.), i 

Forty-seventh Av South 
Yuma, from Sixth nr WestI 

Rl norndo S W to SI: 
Zoe, from S s Bryant betl 

Third and Fourth, S E 

Zoe Place, from S s Folsom 



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ADDITIONAL NAMELIND REMOVALS 

TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. 



II (Mutual Extract Co) r Ala- 

eorge A. with W B Dunning. 

lifornia 
^" ~ genl ragr Retailers' 
Vdjustment Assn. 12S1 Market, 

OEXAinDSIA APABTMEHTS, Mrs J 

J Anderson propr. 570 OFarrell, tel 

lllh .Mlg Co, doorhangers. 753-755 

Hl-.i.,rian 
■CERICAir KOTEIi, Munger & Zeberg 

680 Howard 
odrrson J J Mrs. propr Alexandria 

OFarrell 
ndradi- Manuel J (Williams & An- 
r San beandro 
Ibert J, driver, r 3755, 17th 
iry, atty, Crossley Bldg 
rgentlna Tea and Coffee Co, 622 Rail- 
id Av 
rmbruster George W, atty. 4 Sutter, r 
.Stelner 

Herman, messenger Board EJdu- 
■ t; r 641 Turk 
1. i. (Weil & Arzneri r 570 O'Furrell 

TWOOD WII1I.IA.H A, dentist. 418-41ii 
< : uhan BldB. 1312 Market. lK)u^^5 9 
1.. :. |.m. t(! Jessie 4316, r 3946 Clay 
uerbaih Charles, r 1879 Sutter 
uerlia. !i Charles Mrs. teacher music, r 



r.uzE 

i;xpre3s Bldg, r Berkeley 
-derick R, vice-pr.-s H Kohler 

^99 Lombard 

raham (Farrls & Ayoob) r 1145 

Sinltarium, 1408 McAllister 
harles, with Crown DistillerlfS 
1J13 L«irkln 

; B. watchman, r 632 Iowa 
lARKES WTZ.XaAM S, atty-at-law, 507- 
MTchants Exchange Bldg, r 

i-luh Bldg 
I <; C. editor and pub Pac Coast 

int. 107 New Montgomery 
K .liert J, r 641 Post 

Knego (J Kecich and J Knegn') 
rant. 104 Davis 
JCCK & WHAEB, real estate and In- 
I- siiiin... :!0fi Union Trust Bldg 
iBEE EVEBETT IT (Otis. McAllister & 
Co I r L'l:;.' Sacramento 

|j«e S i i-c, widow, r 2135 Sacramento 

IJellsliilt Charles, sec McLaughlin Dray- 

! iiit; I'o. r 24 73 Folsom 

BBVHETT IBA B, wholesale lumber, 

latl, and shlngl.-.^, olS RIalto Bldg 
iert; Adolph. physlclnn French Hospital 
^levK- ! iJiiKoii (i, ilk Atlas Assurance 

1- . :,M. I. -1: I'll,, r Frultvale 
SERGKAtrSES JTJLrOS K, vice-pres 
1:. !■ 1: ■■ 1-... 633 Crossley 



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BIOEI.OW JOB3I P. vlce-pres Wells 
Fargo Nevada National Bank of San 
Francisco, r 2603 California 

Binckley George S, consulting eng, Mills 
Bldg, r Berkeley 

Biondi Eugene, r 641 Post 

Bishop John A, average adjuster, 202 
California, r Sausallto 

Bliss J H, com, 128 Davis, r 491 Fell 

Bloom V Walter, chauffeur, r 1432 Mis- 

Bogisich Joseph P (P C Milloglav & Co) 
r 3a Vincent 

Bostwick Ethan C, dentist, 218 Stocktoti 

Bovard Freeman D, mgr Western Meth- 
odist Book Concern, r Berkeley 

Bowers Geo W Mrs. r 2858 Vallejo 

Bowers H M and N G, civil engs, room 
220 Rialto Bldg 

BOWMAN ft CO, druggists SE cor 
Kearny and Bush 

Boyd-Kent Co (John A Boyd and Wil- 
liam H Kent) financial agts, 941 
James Flood Bldg 

Brackenstern Jacob, watchman Weln- 
stook. T.ubln & Co. r T Ewing PI 

BRADFORD W. A. CO. 

pbonographs. novelties, nlckel-ln-alot 

machines, buying and selling-, 1185 

and 747 Market 
BBCDQE 'Wn.I.IAM E, pnipr St Law- 

ren.-e S(able.«, 1.':; Post 
BBISGE & BEACH MTQ CO, Jolui C 



BROOKS JAMES B. 

loans on real estate, estates In pro- 
bate, undivided interests in real es- 
tate and other securities, 137 Mont- 
omery, tel Main 721 

WEB J E, l.res League oC .Vmeriean 
Workmen. 22.-, Parrott Bldg, r 56.1 
O'Farrell 

BBOWBE B S & CO (R S Browne and 
J B Dugganj real estate, 226 Mont- 
gomery 

Eruner Jane W. widow, r 1205 Octavla 

Brynlne Herbert S, mgr West Coast 
Detective Agency. 121 Geary 

Bunte Bros (H D and S N) groceries. 
266 Noe 

Bunte Henry D (Bunte Bros) r 266 Noe 

Bunte Samuel N (Bunte Bros) r San 
I^ucas 

Burks Chester W, secretary Chamber of 
Commerce, r The Buckingham 

BusalacchI Peter, propr Sacramento Fish 
Co, r 5SS Cliestnut 

Buss Frank, elk U S A Headquarters 
Dept Cal, r 905 Market 

Butte County (Janal Co, 456 Montgomery 

Cable Sadie L, widow, r 1109 Post 

Cadwalader Bertram L, dep U S DIst 
Aitv. r 1807 Octavla 

Cady L K. r 633 Post 

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CAI.IFORKIA ESTATE Ain> FBOBATE 
COMPAJTT, Henry Grobe pres, John 
G Jury atty. James H Howe sec and 
treas, 802-S04 James Flood Bldg. tel 
James 6031 

CAI.rFORinA nrSUBANCE CO, M A 
Newell pres, George H Brooks sec, 
230 California 

California Pleating Co, 50 Geary 

California Syndicate, Schlrmer & Gil- 
more mgrs. Clunie Bldg 

Calumet Ins Co of Illinois, Watson, Tay- 
lor & Sperry, genl agts. 322 Pine, tel 
Main 5693 

California-Nevada Brokerage Co, W J 
Lewis mgr, 604 Montgomery 

Camino Real Association, 970 Market 

Candrian H A, publisher, r 4235, 20th 

Carleton Frederick W (Kirsten & Co) r 
Berkeley 

Carter F U r 641 Post 

Cash Buyers' Union, 214 Pine 

Castillar H M Mrs, bookbr, 608 Clay, r 
492, 14th 

Cereghino Dominick (.J B Kessing & Co) 
r 411 Green 

CSAPUAN EOG-AB O, atty-at-law, 524- 
528 Rialto Bldg, tel Bush 727, r Corte 
Madera, Cal 

Chevalier Rose, widow, r 106, 30th 

Christenson Lumber Co (G M Chriscen- 
son and J H V Anderson) lumber 
dlrs, 321 Brannan 

CITIZENS STATE BANK, R E Ragland 
cashier, 518 Montgomery 

Clark B A, r 641 Post 

Clarke George, salesman Simmons Mfg 
Co. r NE cor 5th and Townsend 

CI.AltKE HERBEKT B, mgr San Fran- 
cisco Entertainment Bureau, 588 
James Flood Bldg, tel James 5531, r 
1425 Washington 

CI.AWSON BEE B, mgr National Mas- 
ter Roofing Co, 713 Market, rooms 
30S-312, tel Grant 131, r Oakland 

CIATTOIT E, pres and mgr Sierra Glass 
Co, 223, 10th 

Clymer Elmer L, cashier Bellingham 
Bay Impt Co, r 374 Frederick 

Cohen Arthur B. messenger USA Head- 
quarters Dept Cal, r 9 Heyman Av 

Cohen W H, salesman;, r 865 Post 

Cohn Max, shoemkr, 307, 5th 

Coleman John B. capitalist, r 628 Sutter 

Collins W H, r 641 Post 

COi;i.ISOHOirN PTTTT.IP, MD., 21 Powell 

Connolly Frank, sec Cal Retail Grocers 
and Merchants Assn 

Connolly W F, mgr Western Fertilizer 
Co, 467 Parrott Bldg, r 2221 S-utter 

Connors Ellen, widow, r 1506 Army 

Connors Timothy, riveter, r 1209, 25th 

CONSOI^IOATEI) MEBCAirrrUEAOEH- 
GY, 121 Geary, room 621 

Continental Fire Insurance Co. Arthur G 
Nason & Co genl agts. Merchants Ex 

Cook Charles F, elk U S Customs, r Red- 
wood City 

COOKE EOeAK A, business mgr Cali- 
fornia Architect and Contractor. 215 
Sansome, r 500 Harrison 

CopernoU Frederick H, condtr U P RR, 
r 625 Golden Gat: Av 

Cordero Edward, r 4244, 24th 

Cosby George F, sec League of Ameri- 
can Workmen, 225 Parrott Bldg, r 
565 O'Farrell 

Cram Herbert A, mfrs' agt. 604 Mont- 
gomery, r 3547 Sacramento 

Cramer Edward L, elk Bellingham Bay 
Impt Co. r 256 Jersey 

Cramer Walter H. accountant, office 418 
California, r Alameda 

CKAKSTON WII.i;iAlC CO (William 
Cranston and George B Breevel) real 
estate. 20 Post 



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755 Bra 
Cummings J B. dentist, r 1700 Fell 
Daily News, 646 Natoma 
Dalton .S: Outsen (M J Dalton and H 1 

Outsen) teas and coffees, 622 Rail 

road Av 
Dana P W (Wells Machinery Co) 4 

Crossley Bldg 
Davis & Oppenheimer (S Davis and 

Oppenheimer) barbers. 950 Howard 

DECKER HENRY C 

real estate and hotel broker, boai 
boasea, hotels, flats, stores and ^ 
nesB places sold and exchang-ed, 
Market, tel James 7716 

Denicke Frederick A, atty. Union Trus 

Bldg. r 3001 Califoi 
Denver Bull Frog Mining Co. 633 Cross 

ley Bldg 

Depew & McCoy, contrs. Crossley Bldg 
Des Roches L G, florist, r 1323 Woolse; 
Dickie George W (George W and Ja 

Dickie) r San Mateo 
DICKIE QEOBOE W AITS JAMES, 

gineers and naval architects. 315 Cal 

ifornia, room 13 
Dickie James (George W 

Dickie) r 428 Mississippi 
Dieting W (Wells Machinery Co) 

Crossley Bldg 
DIEHi; H A, office 51. 3d, r Sfin Rafae 
Diepenbrock, Wilson Co, com mchts, 121 

Mission 
DISTRICT COURT OP APFEAI., FZBS9 

APPEU;ATE DISTRICT, A W John 

son chief elk, 825 Market, Parrott Bldj 
Dolheguy Leon, mgr Standard Product 

Co, r 921^4 Filbert 
Dolores The, lodgings. 532 O'Farrell 
Donovan Joseph (Donovan & Ford) r 

Octavia 

Douglas Chas W P, salesman, 32.52, 22c 
Douglass W A, mgr Engineering News 

r Hotel Langton 
Drysdale A L. elk Postofflce, r 816 Turl 
Dunckel Ira, mgr Richards & C 

Laskie 
EACtKE FEES VOImXi, Rosemond 

han proprs. 613-615 King nr ; 
Eagle Fire Insurance Co of N T. Arthui 

G Nason & Co. genl agts. Merchants' 

Exchansre Bldg 
EAMES TRICYCIiE CO, John C Bames 

mgr. 2018-2024 Market 
Eastman Bella Miss, millinery, 1444 

Market, r 117. 6th 
Easton G N, sec and treas United Can 

Co. 19th and Harrison, r 2004 Gough 
Eckley George, mgr Young & Swain 

Baking Co, r 711 Hyde 
EDQAR -wntlflAM I., accountant, 30 

Post, r 1322 Bin 
Einstein John M, sec O'Rourke Eubanks 

Hat Co, r 445 Oct 
EUBCTRIC THE, liquors, William 

Wohltmann propr, 2600 Mission 
Eliot J B, r 6 Turk 
Engineering News, W A Douglass mgr, 

Rialto Bldg 
EITTERFRISE MERCANTTLE CO, 

wholesale liquor and cigar mer- 
chants, 633 Crossley Bldg 
Eubanks James C, with O'Rourke, 

Eubanks Hat Co, r 50 Henry 
By Alfred A, elk U S A Headquarters 

Dept Ca- - - - ■ 

Falk Morrii 

chanan 
Farnham Marion, teacher elocution, 305 

Larki__ 
PA'WCETT ft JOSirSOSr (Thomas Faw- 

cett and G G Johnson) brokers, 811 

James Flood Bldg 



TnEJOIIn M. KLlIII [liCInlCUCO. iron\eefanid Weather 

W.J. MORGAN, PnesiDCNT AMD MANAGin O— -X Ui:.<.<> 



105-107 Battery St. 



Tel. Main 389 



Proof Wires. 



CBOCKEK-LANGLEY UIKECTOKY. 



ider L M. bus mgr Retailers' Credit 
Adjustment Assn. 1281 Market, r 914 
Of.irrell 

iSERAI. EXSOTKIC CO. Jutin M 
Klein Electrical Co. E H Nlesz gen- 
eral agent, 105-107 Battery 
Inck Henry L (Will & Flnck Co) r 603 



Ha 



Hilt 



"itzgerald A G. elk. r 504a Guerrero 
itzgerald Edw J. mach. r 504a Guerrero 
"" zgerald Harry U, salesman, r 504a 

Guerrero 
'Itzglbbon James G. dentist. 643 Sutter. 

670 Valencia 
•lelolit r George, stencil cutter. 307. 6th, 

KissUng 
►OliET JOKV W, propr St Francis 

Pliarmacv, 400 Geary, r 554 Geary 
••oppiano John, peddler, r 24 TIngley 
'ord Charles D Co, lumber dlrs. Mer- 
chants' Exchange Bldg 

wier John A. bkkpr Norton, Teller & 

Roden. r 74 Geary 
rrese Hermann & Co. whsle and recall 
jrs. 501 Market 

D, fine wines and liquors. 

310 Montgomery, tel Main 5855. r 281 

Harriet 
s^ink Geo K. physician. Union Trust 

''rost Manufacturing Co. Crossley Bldg 
nrJIOKA T, propr The Fuji. 1725 

O'Farrell 
Jail Ian I Napoleone, teacher vocal mu- 

1918. 15th 

3auld George G. real estate, r 2933 Clay 
Savlgan William J. physician, 970 Mar- 
ket 
3«tty Theodore, timber lands, r 978 Mc- 
Allister 

more L Francis (Schlrmer & GlI- 
more) r 232 Van Ness Av 
zl Edward E. financial sec Builders' 
Exchange, r 620 Sutter 
31eason Patrick, housemover. r 525 Bay 
aienny William (S F Rapid Address- 
ing Co) r 3444. 16th 
3odwln J r. dist mgr Regal Shoe Co 

Inc. R20 Market 

3k>ertzhaln Charles, messenger Anglo- 

Callfnrnian Bank, r 1326 California 

Soodrlch Addison M. mining, r 537 Turk 

Srace Darling Hospital Assn. Harold N 

Duhom sec, 588 James Flood Bldg. 

tel James 5531 

ADY 'WAXiTER D, attorney-at-law. 
90:' James Flood Bldg. r 710 Fillmore 
Grangers Bank of California (In llqul- 
Safe Deposit Bldg 
JAMES O, steam and hot 
heating and ventilating, sheet 
1 work of all description. 569 
on. tel Main 6770 
harles W. bkkpr. r 1175a Filbert 
0KEEV JOHH Vr, propr Green's Liver 
and Kidney Cure, office and r 839a 
Howard 
■ijt)h Robert, elk Mission Electrical 
Wkx. r 1079 Ashbury 
XAOEBOBK rXEBEXIOX C, propr 
ern Carpet Cleaning Wks. 1809 
son. tel .Mission 225 
Hagerty & Bemiss (D Hagerty and W C 

Bemiss) pleating. 50 Geary 
Hall Norman W. publisher. 102. 2d 
Hamilton Jerome, propr Mission Elec- 
trical Wks. 3017. 16th. r 48. 13th 
Hammond J & Co (M E and Estate of 
John Hammond) car an< 



111 Sacramento 
Harper John E. atty-at-law. Parrott 

Bldg. r 429 Fell 
Harris Daniel D. cashier A F Cnffln. r 

269b. 9th 



Nettie Mrs. dermatologist, 316a 



Har 



iish 



Howard, atty. Mills 



932 



A O, dentist. 369 Sutter 

Haslehurst William W. machinery and 
engineering wks. 2122 Folsora 

Hatt Clarence A, salesman Roos Bros, 
r 2208 Jones 

Hayes B Drayage Co, 246, 3d 

Henderson E G Mrs, specialist. 458 Ellis 

Henley Barclay Jr. city agt British 
America Assurance Co, 319 California 

Herman Alexander, agt Scholle Bros 
(N Y) 212 Sansome, r 473 Geary 

Hibbard E J, pastor Seventh Day Ad- 
ventlst Church, r 528 Fell 

HERBMAmr KABBT M, bookkeeper 
John Rapp & Son, r 1740 Mission 

Hessel Bartholomew (Standard Bottling 
Co) S s Beach nr Stockton 

HETMAN OSCSAB ft BKO (Oscar and 
Alvin) real estate. 115 Sutter 

Hicks J W (J W Hicks & Co) r Univer- 
sity Club 

HICKS J W ft CO, brokers and financial 
agents. Merchants' Exchange Bldg 

Hill Frederick Lewis, office Crossley 
Bldg. r Palace Hotel 

Hlllmann Henry, dyeing wks. 137. 5th 

HOKE TEIiEFHOlTE CO, 310 Sansome 

Horsfull Geo B. real estate. 997 Market 

Howard Katherine I. physician, r 1600 
Fell 

HOWE JAKES K, aec and treas Cali- 
fornia Estate and Probate Co. 802-804 
James Flood Bldg. tel James 6031. 
r 131 Post 

Huether Sebastian (Schopplein & Hue- 
ther) r 28 Flood Av 

Huffman Joseph E. physician. 643 Sutter 

Hulett Stuart McK. mgr Simmons Mfg 
Co. NE cor 5th and Townsend. r 555 
Guerrero 

Hunt James E. nres Union Square Trans- 
fer and Storage Co. r 4R9H Sanchez 

Implement and Vehicle Record (month- 
ly) T M Sherman pub. Crocker Bldg 

XITDEFEKSEirr OBSEB OF FOBEST- 
EBS. 1038 James Flood Bldg 

Irelan Geo W. carpet layer, r 8 Dale PI 

(versen Charles (Pleperling & Iversen) 
r 6 Tremont Av 

Janssen Gerard, bkkpr George Greenz- 
welg & Co. r 1251 Cla 



927 Market. 



Jarrett 

270c. 13tt\ 
JEBSEK A F, house painter. 313. 7th 
JOHNSOZr ABRAHAM 'W. chief elk Dis- 
trict Court of Appeal. First Appellate 

niBlrlct. S25 Market 
Jung Ferdinand (Standard Bottling Co) 

r 1007 Lombard 
JVBT JOKH O, atty-at-law. 802-804 

James Flood Bldg. tel James 6031. 

r 3708 Clay 
Kanesan Company, importers Matting 

Straw Braid. 467 Parro 

Howard 2654 



tel 



diuKBlst. 1501 Dev 
KBEK£I;EB FI^CISITS O, F K, rector 
St .Nntliony's Church, Army bet Shot- 
well .I,..! F.ilsom 
BtTBOSA-WA B, KD, physician and sur- 
geon, hours 10 am to 12 m and 7 to 
R pm. 3 Monroe 
^AOHKAH ft CO (Mrs Morltz I/achman) 

Importers and mfrs furs. 408 Sutter 
Lamb C K, stair bidr. r 7 Magner PI 
L.ind.iu Economic Syphon Co. Grant Bldg 
I.Am>Eir FAB J, show case mkr. S4R 

IJklTE icABK, 



RING UP PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 

The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 



27 TENTH STREET 



WESTERN FUEL COJTRNlmEBRrcKl 

3,. o«u,.o«~M. 3x„^.x ,*> POTTERY CO. i 



114 



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I^ANE MARK & CO, real estate. 634 Mar- 
ket, tel Main 1113 

Lane P G (T T Lane Mining Co) 615 
Crossley Bldg 

LAKE T T, pres T T Lane Mining Co. 
615 Crossley Bldg.' r 857 Sutter 

I.AITE T T mxrnita compaitz, t t 

Lane pres. 615 Crossley Bldg 
I.EAGUE OF AMESICAN WORKJOEZr. 

J E Brower pres. George F Cosby 

sec, 225 Parrott Bldg 
Lee Christopher. Ueut Underwriters Fire 

Patrol No 4. r 3251. 20th 
Lewis Burnard A. physician. 103 Geary. 

r 227 Gough 
Lewis W J. mgr Cal Nevada Brokerage 

Co, 604 Montgomery 
Litzius William F (Will & Finck Co) r 

Lombard Warehouse Co, office 310 Cali- 

I.OS AKGE^ES BREWIirO CO, Stand- 
ard Bottling Co. sole agents, S s 
Beach bet Dupont and Stockton 

Maass Andrew, groceries, 199 Turk, r 
3374. 18th 

MacDonald L M. asst sec Scandinavian- 
American Bank 

Macombcr & White Rope Co, Crossley 
Bldg 

MALLERT » W, physicians' and sur- 
geons' supplies. 350 Stockton 

Manning D J, liquors, 306 Minna 

MASSTE J P St CO, Country Lands and 
Real Estate Agents, 207-208 Union 
Trust Bldg 

mcCI.OSKE-Z' BXNR-r H, atty-at-law. 
5117-509 Merchants EJxchange Bldg. r 
]6;i6 Fell 

McCormick Frank L. real estate. 916 
Market 

McCTTi;i.OTTaH JAMES, mgr McCul- 
lough Provision Co. 310. lOth. down 
town office 123 California 

McGinn W L. theatrical mgr. r 1802 Ellis 

McCUI.I.OUas FROVISIOIT CO, 380 



Medart 



H 

Post 



(Well 



Machi: 



Co) 



Medart Patent Pulley Co, 431 Crossley 

Bldg 
Mergen M B, r 716 Leavenworth 
MISSION IROH 'WORKS, structural, 

architectural and ornamental. W B 

McConologue mgr. 1608-1610 Mission. 

tel Folsom 3117 
MISSION TTNSERTAKIHa CO (inc) 

Funeral Directors and Embalmers, 

601 Valencia 

MORAN D. M. & CO. 

(Daniel M Moran) uuporteTB and 
dealers, foreign and domestic drj 
?oods, mourning' goods a specialty, 
126-128, 6th 

Mott Ernest J, atty-at-law and reporter 
Dept 10 Superior Court, r 412 Ash- 
bury 

Multner Frank, real estate and mining, 



Mul 



2S2 



ek W, elk, r 282 Turk 
NATIONAI. BROKERAGE CO, 462 Par- 
rott Bldg 
NATIOITAi; MASTIC ROOFIlfO CO, 

713 Mark> t, Spreckels Annex, Bee B 
Clawson mgr, tel Grant 131 

Nesfield D "S\' Mr.s, journalist, r 1547 
Pacific Av 

OrBRIEIT COMPAH-S- (Inc) law and col- 
lections, 235 Crossley Bldg 

i.VBrien George W, vice-pres Union 
Squ.ire Transfer and Storage Co, r 



Van Ness Av 
O'BRIEBT PERCY 

Crossley Bldg 



tty-at 



235 



Olafsen Emma, widow,, propr Rio Vi: 

Hotel, 253, 3d 
Osborne Luther (B F Wellington Co) r 

Oakland 
Outsen H N (Dalton & Outsen) r 622 

Railroad Av 
FACIPIC SISTRIBTTTUTI} CO, 316 Sac- 

FACIFIC TTPEWRITER CO, Pacitio 
Coast agents Sun Typewriters N< 
and 3. and Postal Typewriters, R C 
Bruchmann mgr, 638 Market 
Parker Joseph A, dentist, 218 Stockton 
Partridge_Harry, r 836 Sutter 

ETER O, mfrs bank, office 
fixtures, 2212 Folsom, 



2271 



PLATA VI<n;WTE RT7BBER PLAITTA- 
TION AWD DEVELOPMENT CO, 

Harr Wagner pres, James W Graham 
sec. Major B Johnson mgr. 485 Par- 
rott Bldg 

POSTAL TirPEWRITER AGENCT, Pao 
Typewriter Co agents. 638 Marke. 

POSTLER QTTSTAV, decorator, paints, 
oils and wall paper. 3247, 19th, tel 
Capp 601 

Potter Louise C, real estate. Grant Bldg 

Rader William Rev, pastor Third Con- 
gregational Church, r 297 Church 

REID JOHN ft SON (J and AJ tailors, 
78 Geary, 2d Iloor, tel John 3336 

Reis Wm B, r Sevenoaks Hotel 

RE-TNOI^SS EVEXi'TN A, sec San Fran- 
cisco Eritertainment Bureau, r 1425 
Washington, tel East 3539 

Rickoff Charles, sec and treas Cal Colo- 
nizing Co, r 1188 Stanyan 

SAN FRANCISCO ENTERTAINMENT 
BXTREAtr, H B Clarke mgr, Evelyn A 
Reynolds sec, office 588 James Flood 
Bldg. tel James 5531 

Schirman Morltz, physician, 643 Sutter, 
r 530 Golden Gate Av 

Scholle Louis, broker, r 538 Minna 

SCOTT J SARR-S- (Scott-Curtaz Piano 
Co) and Tax Collector, City Hall, 1st 
floor, r 857 Sutter 

Snow Harvey W, pres and mgr Cal Colo- 
nizing Co, r Mill Valley 

Spencer W G (T T Lane Mining Co) 615 
Crossley Bldg 

St Ignatius Church Calendar (monthly) 
916 Market 

Stable Roland, carrier P O, r 345d Beale 

STELLING CI.AUS, groceries and liq- 
uors, 603 McAllister 

STE'WART E ft CO, proprs Western 
Hor.se Market, 220 Valencia nr 14" 

Stalile Rose M, widow, r 34'5d Beale 

Stewart Fruit Co. W H Stewart pres. 
Crossley Bldg 

Stewart W H, pres Stewart Fruit 
pany, r Oakland 

Stine & Wehe (Inc) real estat 
Montgomery 

SUN TYPEWRITER AGENCY, Pao 
Typewriter Co agents, 638 Marke 

Tarranr Advertising Co, Chas E Tar- 
rant mgr, 14 Sansome 

Tarrant Charles E, mfrs' 
California 

Treadwell J Willoway, publisher Bank- 
ers' Magazine, 628 Montgomery 

Turner H W, mining engineer, 508 Cali- 
fornia, room 26 

VIGNEATT PETER, wines and liquors, 
313, 6th, tel Howard 3442 

von SOFFMANN CKARLES, physician 
and surgeon, hours 2 to 4 pm, office 
and r 1617 Van Ness Av 

Western Pad Co, 731 Howard 

M C, treas Architect and 
213 Sansome, rooms 10- 



agt, r 5720 



BINGLEY 

PHOTO-EXGR>\ VIIVG 



HALFTONES 

JgllVfl ETCHING 



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318 CALirORNIA STRE^-r POriland 66106111 



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STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION 



INorthwesiern INaiionai [Fire] Ins. Co. | 



OF M I LN/Z A U K E: E, WIS. 



:3 :Br?AHO -H ..a3SR 

ASSETS January i, 1905 

Bonds, Cash and Interest $3,815,284.44 

LIABILITIES January 1, 1905 

Cash Capital $600,000.00 

Re-Insurance Reserve .' 1,727,624.93 

Conflagration Reserve .... 250,000 00 

Reser\-e for Unpaid IvOsses 79,825.02 

All other Claims 6,642.28 

Nkt Surplus £*i* '■" ••••■• • • • i.i5i>i92-2i 

■ *'^' ' ■ $3,815,284.44 



A. A. ALLEN, Hanager 

328 Montgomery Street 
Telephone Main 1666 San Francisco 



OF HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAL. $1,000,000 

ASSETS, 6,463,828 

SURPLUS. 1,671,227 

JOHN C. DORNIN, 2d Asst. Manager 


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AMERICAN DETECTIVE AGENCY 

ESTABLISHED 1889 SAN FRANCISCO OFFtCE Incorporated 19« 

6 Eddy Street, San Francisco 



TELEPHONE JAMES 7226 



P. SCHILDGEN, Pl-esiflent, Chicago, III. 
H. A. ALKUS, Secretary, Chicago, 111. 
■TOHN W. WECCAED, Treas. and Gen'l Mgr. 
Chicago, III. 



Westbrb Division 
C. E. PHELPS. Supt , San Francisco, Cal. 

Eastern Division 
L. OVERBAUGH, Supt., New York City, N.Y. 




Western Office OFFICES Eastern Office 

6 EDDY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 277 CLINTON STREET, BROOKLYN, N.Y. 

QENERAL OFFICES 

260 SOUTH CLARK STREET, IMPERIAL BLOC, CHICAGO, ILL. 



TEIiEPHOHi: SOUTH 763 



FRED. H. CHASE 8c CO. 



SUCCESSOKS TO KXXJiJF ft CO. 



LIVE STOCK 




AND GENERAL 



AUCTIONEERS 

Office and Salrayard 

1732 Market Street, cor. Van Ness Ave. 

SAK FKAJrCISOO, CA£. 

Sixty large box stalls, forty open stalls, corrals for wild horses. Pavilion lighted 

by electricity, to handle trotting and thoroughbred sales. Seating 

capacity 2000. 

Commission Dealers in Every I>escription of Improved Live Stock at Public 

or Private Sale. Ranches at Private Sale. Will sell in all cities 

and Counties of the State. 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN 4, CO 



54-66 First St. 




CROCKER-LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO 
DIRECTORY 



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whsle wholesale 




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A A KACHIHE WKXTEWASKZira CO, 

I742-17H Ellis, tel West 842 
ABC OUISE fmonthly) Traffic Pub 

<'o, i.iiIjs ind proprs. 429 Montgomery 
ABC HOUSE, John Ferguson propr. 501 

Kearny 
ABO WHITEWASHXjra CO, office 

Bullder.o Exchange, 100 Jessie, tel 

Main 5110 
A & A Line (Round the World Route) 

L F Cockroft agt. 643 Market 
A & K Building. 14 McAllister 
Aabel George A. mach. r 459 Guerrero 
Aabel John T, foreman J K BIgelow. 

r 1S6 Ouorrero 

AACSEir Ain> MTJHiCH TXXE nrsxTK- 

AHCE CO '.X.Tihen. Germany) Cesar 

Berth<-riu mer. 423 California 
(CTAagard. S'e Agard 
Aaron Aaron, mfr ladies underskirts. 579 

Mission, r 1362 Post 
Aaron Alfred, paper carrier, r 265 Laus- 

sat Av 
Aaron Rmil, elgarmkr, r 723 Franklin 
Aaron Joseph, r 265 Laussat Av 
Aaron J Stark, salesman R L Toplltz & 



Co, r 807 Ellis 
Aaron I^eopold. salesm 

chanan 
Aaron I.ouls, r 41 Octa 



r 1830 Bu 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



Aaron Moses, with Bauer Bros & Co, 

r 1362 Post 
Aaron Oscar, plumber, r 265 Laussat Av 
Aaron Samuel, elk Moss-Mler Co, r 1904 

Market 
.\aron Simon, cashier Bauer Bros & Co. 

r 1830 Buchanan 
.\aron Solomon, tinsmith, r 41 Russ 
Aaron Theresa, widow, r 2254 Polk 
.\ar./n Vk-t.r, cashier ('al Notion & Toy 

<'o. r U':t.=; Ellis 
(l7".\aron. See Aron 
CT'Aaronson, See Aronson 
Aarrbarg Lorentz, seaman, r 614 Pre- 

clta Av 
Aarup Emll, boatbldr, r 1093 Me.Mllster 
.Aasgaard Simon, stev, r 602 Howard 
.\a.snfs Adolf, carp, r 104 Eureka 
.\badle Gulllaume, r 1442 Sacramento 



The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing: and Cleaning Works 



OAKLAND OFFICE- 



2T Tenth stbcet 

ilr-pl. IJlOPolk Str.-^l. TM Valencia Street 

194 •NOAOWAY 



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WESTERN FUEL CO. mrnebie brick 



,f POTTERY CO. 



CBOCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 




BOWEN 
& CO. 



Abalone Mosaic Co. 541 Crossley Bldg 
Abalone Packing Co (Cayucos) 541 

Crossley Bldg 
Abanca Ramus, qtrmaster str Aztec 
Abbadie Noel (Abbadie & Capdeville) 

and laundry, 402. 6th, r 710 Larkin 
-Abbadie & Capdeville (N Abbadie and 

F Capdeville) laundry. 710 Larkin 
Abbate Henry, barber, 1136^4 Folsom 
Abbay John, r 1031 Valencia 
Abben Oscar M, r 911'^ Treat Av 
Abbenseth George, porter, r 70, 14th 
Abbes Franz H, painter, 1803 Polk, r 1906 

Filbert 
Abbey Charles G, elk. r 168 Lundy Lane 
Abbey Edgar W. sec and cashier Par- 
cells Safe Co, 216 California, r 1318 

Castro, Oakland 
.\bbey Ida, widow, r 110b Hayes 
ABBEY JULXm AlTD nCPBOVESCEirr 

CO, W H Crim pres. Jo J De Haven 



sec 


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ABBOTSFORD HOTEL 

Sig-mund Alsberg' propr, N s Broad- 
way bet Iiarkin and Folk 
ABBOTSPOBD THE, LauriS'ton & Ross 

proprs, 122 Eddy, tel Folsom 1773 
Abbott Albert F, elk genl baggage S P 

Co, r Oakland 
Abbott Alkaloidal Co (Chicago) Phelan 

Bldg 
Abbott Allan H, city pass agt C & N 

W Ry. r 1613 Lyon 
Abbott Allan H Jr. messenger C & N W 

Ry Co, r 1613 Lyon 
Abbott A M Mrs, r 800 Sutter 
Abbott Annie, widow, r 733 Folsom 
Abbott Arthur P, agt, r 706 Van Ness Av 
Abbott Augustus, r 147 4 Sacramento 
Abbott Benjamin, r 1548, 20th Av South 
Abbott C, tel repr P S Tel & Tel Co, r 

Alameda 
Abbott Carl H (Campbell, Fitzgerald, 
Abbott & Fowler) atty '530 Califor- 
nia, r Oakland 
Abbot* Charles, teamster, r 896 Con- 
necticut 
Abbott Charles T, physician, 693 Sutter 
Abbott Edward, r 2419 Clay 
Abbott Edward A, motorman United RR, 

r 1832, 15 th Av South 
Abbott F H, book and job printer, 316 

Battery, r 39 Vicksburg 
Abbott Frank G, r 26131^ Sutter 
Abbott Frank H Jr, student, r 39 Vicks- 
burg 
Abbott Prank W, teamster, r 420a, 7th 
Abbott George, wool mcht. 436 Towns- 
send, r Pacific Union Club 
Abbott George B, tel opr, r 532 Turk 
Abbott George ?, civil engr, r 511, 3d 
Abbott Gertrude Miss, teacher piano, r 

1406 California 
Abbott H, salesman, r 726 California 
Abbott Harold, electn, r 1143 Geary 
Abbott Helen M. widow, r 420. 7th 
Abbott Herbert P. contr, r 11 Duboce Av 
Abbott John, salesman, r 465 Eddy 
Abbott John F, mining, r 543 Post 



Abbott Philip F, physician 502 Sutter, 

r 9111^ Howard 
Abbott Rita Miss, vocalist Tivoli Opera 

House, r 1143 Geary 
Abbott Sabrina L JB. widow, r 407 Tay- 
lor 
.\bbott Thom. watchman, r 4117, 18th 
Abbott William, with Western Metho- 
dist Book Concern, r 403 Pierce 
ABBOTT WII.I.IAM M, asst genl coun- 
selor United Railroads of San Fran- 
cisco, Rialto Bldg, r 403 Pierce 
Abbott William M, carp, r 2862 Folsom 
C7- Abbott. See Abbot 
Abbv House, Mission and San Jose 
Abdow Joseph, groceries 1817% Powell 
AbduU.^h Sofia, widow, r 424 Vallejo 
Abeeassis David, elk Eddy, Falk & Am 

Trading Co. r Belvedere 
Abeocassis Fortunato E, elk, r 318 Fred- 
erick 
Abel Herman, cooper, r 445, 3d 
.A^bel Herman, stonecutter, r 229 Moul- 
trie 
Abel Margaret T, widow, r 111 Hearst 

Av 

Abel Morris, shoes. 118, 3d. r 206 Minna 
Abel Paul, printer, r 35 Madison A 
Abel William, baxtndr, r 322. 12th 
CT-Abel. See Aabel and Able 
Abele J E, elk U S A T service, r 7 63 

Howard 
Abele Meta,widow, r 3009 Mission 
Abele Milandro, groceries 729 Brannan 
Abele Morris, cook, r 1527 Howard 
Abele Robert F, metal wkr 3009 Mission 
Abelee Charles, teamster, r 16 Gilbert 
Abeling J Clemens, wheelwrighti r 1112 

Potrero Av 
Abell Gerald L, medical batteries, 

Geary, r Oakland 
Abello Alfred (Abello & Figone) r 425 

Broad-way 
Abello & Figone (A Abello and L Figone) 

liquors 425 Broadway 
Abels Henry, tailor, r 620 Turk 
Abels Henry L, salesman Marshall, Teg- 

gart & Co, r 60 Harriet 
Abels Herman, r 14 Ringgold 
Abels Katherine, widow, r 14 Ringgold 
Abels Peter, r 14 Ringgold 
Abemayor I (Khouri & Abemayor) 326 

Sutter 
Aben J. cabinet mkr, r 529 Mission 
Abend Adolph, salesman, r 674 Clemen- 



iry. 



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Abend Moses, peddler, r 674 Clementina. 
Abend Nathan (Grayman & Abend) r 

674 Clementina 
Abend Post Co, 535 California 
Abendroth Carl, pressman Bulletin, r 29 

Eddy 
Aber Annie Mrs, r 32a Rausch 
Abercrombie Gustave M, r 901 Stanyan 
Aberdeen Lumber & Shingle Co, Sudden 

& Christenson agtB, 6 California 
Aberdeen The, 836 Sutter 
Aberg A Herman, seaman, r 589 Lombard 
Aberl Charles, bottler, r 438 Brannan 
Aberl Frederick. lithographer, r 438 

Brannan 
Aberl Theresa, widow, r 43S Brannan 
Abernathy Clara, widow, r 227 Pierce 
Abernathy William, elk, r 227 Pierce 
Abernethy J Mrs. r 788 Bush 
Abernethy Robert S, capt USA, Pre- 
sidio 
Abernethy William J, newsdealer Ferry 

Bldg, r Oakland 
Abernethy William W, watchman, r 345 

Pennsylvania Av 
Able John, r 1 Polk 



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M>1i. Rose E Miss, nurse V 
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carp, r 2685 



bet Franklin and (5ouKh 

TTART.TIB J, drugs 11B8 
Ulster, tel Park 81. r 881 Fulton 
Ti Christ, lab. r 25 Shipley 
11 Christian B. salesman Wlch- 

I.utgen & Co. r Alameda 
n. David J. mfrs agt. 120 Sutter, 
i Fulton 
n iDmma. widow, r 263 Clemen- 

11 Esther, widow, r 884 Fulton 

11 Frank, barber 609 Larkln 

11 Hlllel J. coUr. r 831 I 
11 Hyman. salesman Geoj-ge 
u/.welg & Co. r 262 Devisadero 

n Isador. tailor, r 226% Fulton 

11 Isadore. tailor 27^4 4th. r 364V4 



Abraham Isldor. Ixirber 141 Ellis, r 945 

Fillmore 
Alir ihum Jacob, salesman, r 1885 Ellis 
111 Jacob M, tailor, r 226V4 Fulton 
111 Joseph, landscape architect. 
-::u, 49th Av 

rn I>auron. proof reader Chroni- 
I 436 Lake 
111 L.oula (Am Notion and Nov- 

r.o) 109 Battery 
Ml Louis J. salesman, r 3932 17th 
Ml Mary, widow, r 1122 Buchanan 
:n Max. tailor 326 Monlgomery 
r 1230 Jackson 
in Meyer, tailor, r 38 Grove 
111 Morris, Junkdlr, r 1520 Devl- 
in Morris, with Rosenblum & 
I ham. r 1122 Buchanan 
m Nathan, salesman, r 2875 Clay 
Ml Nathan. 2d hand goods, 791 
-slon. r ?762 22d 
^..i.iM.wn Philip, ins. r 2414 Fillmore 
Abr.Uiam Samuel, salesman L. Dinkel- 

Nplfl & Sons, r 884 Fulton 
Abraham William A. elevator opr, r 2719 
Bush 



Abrahams A & M, clothing 4 Clay 
Abrahams Aaron (Abrahams Bros) r 
I'lHO California 

ms Abram (A & M Abrahams) 

1 :ia iJevlsadero 

ins Alfred B, bartndr, r 2511 



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s Jo.seph, tailor. 410 Kejirny 
« I>.ui8, r 1145 Turk 
s I»uIm (Abrahams liron) r 
.•alifornia 

s Max. diamond broker 126 
i.v. r 1732 Buchanan 
s Meyer (A & M Abrahams) 
6 Buchanan 

s Morris, r 1561 McAllister 
8 Morris, tailor 410 KoaJny. 
Powell 

s Newton, elk r 2100 CJallfornia 
s Robert, salesman A Isaacs. 




ABRAHAMSEN GUNDLEK 0., 

Submarine diver and wrecking- con- 
tractor, 9 Steuart (with I.. Foard) 
tel Main 670, r 526 Harrison, tel 
Black 376 

Abrahamsdn Albert, buyer Guggeii- 
hime & Co. r 2943 Washington 

Abrahamson Alexander (Hutel Riche- 
lieu Co) 1012 Van Ness Av 

Abrahamson Andrew, elk, r 537V4 Eliza- 
beth 

Abrahamson Benjamin P. office 115 New 
Slontgomery, r 1022 Hyde 

Abrahamson Bertram E, mgr Hotel 
Richelieu Co. 1000 Sutter 

Abra.hamson Carl J. seaman, r 1109 Po- 

Abrahamson Eugen« (Arraer Bros & Co) 
r 1000 Sutter 

Abrahamson Frank, marine englnr, r 
687 Harrison 

Abrahamson Gustav, salesman, r 2943 
Washington 

Abrahamson Henry, tailor, r 962a Har- 
rison 

Abrahamson J, lab U S N Training Sta- 
tion, r 62 Tehama 

Abrahamson John. lab, r 645 Jessie 

Abrahamson John A. carp, r 164 Pre- 
clta Av 

Abrahamson Josephine, widow, r 1109 
Potrero Av 

Abrahamson Lionel M (Hotel Richelieu 
Co) r 1000 Sutter 

Abrahamson Mayo G, elk Levi Strau.93 
& Co, r 2943 Washington 

Abrahamson Peter (Abrahamson Venti- 
lating Co) r nil McAllister 

Abrahamson Ventilating Co (P Abra- 
hamson) ventilators, 115 New Mont- 
gomery 

C^Abraham.son. See Abramson 

.\bnilim Heiijiimin (Brown & Abrahm) 
r 1121; Fnllon 

ABRARM EEHBT, physician, 606 Sut>- 
ter. hours 1 to 4 p m, tel Main 5632. 
r 1426 Fulton, tel Page 6506 

Abrahm Isaac Mrs, widow, r 1426 F^ll- 
ton 

Abrahm Louis, saleamnn Lace House, r 
3932. 17th 

Abrahm Sitmuel, salesman 9ach8 Bros 
& Co. r 1126 Fulton 

Abram Robert, stage cari), r 188 Linden 

Abramo Fred. Janitor, r 20 Midway 
Abramovich Andrew (Abraraovlch Bros) 

r 100 Devisadero 
Abramovich Bros (D J and A) liquors. 

4U0 Devisadero 
Abramovich Drago (Abramovich Bros) 

r 400 Devisadero 
Abramovich John (Abramovich Bros) r 

400 Devisadero 
Abramovich & Co (M Tasovaz and <' 

Siailuvlch) fruits, 1654 Polk 
Abramowitz Joseph L. clothing. 1 1 ID 





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ABRAMS ALBERT DR. 

physician and professor of Pathology 
Cooper Medical Collegre, ofBce and 
r SW cor California and Van Ness 
Av, tel East 188, hours 1 to 4 pm. 

Abrams Amelia, widow, r 1533 Geary 
Abrams Bonnet, tailor, r 2S3 Shipley 
Abrams David, tailor 809 Mission, r 2300 

Franklin 
Abrams George, dentist, r 1232 Post 
Abrams Gus D, ciga.rs, 210 Keaxny, r 

542 Sutter 
Abrams Gustave. salesman B Roman, 

r 150S O'Farrell 
Abrams Harry, electn W U Tel Co, r 

310V4 Clementina 
Abrams Henry M, whsle jewelry, 708 

Market, r 542 Sutter 
Abrams Hyman, cap mkr 639 Stevenson 
Abrams Jacob, salesman L Hirsch & 

Co. r 1885 Ellis 
Abrams James B, barber, r 49 Bessie Av 
Abrams John, r 43 Noe 
Abrams Joseph, press feeder, r 639 Ste- 
venson 
Abrams Joseph D, with Diamond Palace, 

r S16 Sutter 
Abrams Julius, r 78 Fair Oaks 
Abrams Julius, lab. r 263 Perry 
Abrams Keve, peddler, r 22 Folsom Av 
Abrams Louis, auctioneer 1107 Mission, 

r 312V4. 7th, tel Howard 3493 
Abrams Louis, vice pres United States 

Faucet Co. r 222>^ Grove 
Abrams Louise, widow, r 1232 Post 
Abrams Marc, student, r 78 Fair Oaks 
Abrams Marks, r 1365 Ellis 
Abrams Max, gent's furnishing goods, 

320 Hayes 
Abrams Max, stoclc mgr Rightway Shoe 



Abrams Roberti, bkkpr Fleischmann & 

Co. r 78 Fair Oaks 
Abrams Robert F. salesman, r 1885 Ellis 
Abrams Samuel, cashier Wilmerding- 

Loewe Co, r Berkeley 
Abrams Samuel, elk Rosenthal's, r 1327 

Masonic Av 
Abrams Sidney H, ins, r 1200 Webster 
Abrams Thomas, mining enginr, r 835 

McAllister 
Abrams William, eixpressman, r 222% 

Grove 
Abrams Zick. poolseller, 101 Ellis, r 3022 

Sacramento 
inyAbrams. See Abraham, Abrahams 

and Abram 
Abramson Aufrusta, widow, r 1911 Ellis 
Abramson Charles E, mach, r 239^4 

Langton 
ABBAMSON ESWASO, pres Illinois- 

Paciflc Glass Co, 10-16 Main, r 623 

Abramson Harry, tailor, r 651 Stevenson 
ABSAMSOK-HEUlnSCK OIiASS CO. 

See Illinois-Pacitic Glass Co, 10-16 

Main 
Abramson Mono, elk, r 1911 Ellis 
lyAbramson. See Abrahamson 
Abrate Louis, lino opr, r 9 Scott PI 



Abrego Adelaide, widow, r 857 Bush 
Abrego George A, barber, r 115 Barnarc 
Abrego Louis, salesman J A Folger & 

Co. r 857 Bush 
Abreu Joaquin, cabinet mkr. r 114 Pacifl< 
Aht Moriz, groceries. 429 Minna 
Academy Building, 330 Pine 
Academy of Languages, Prof T B 1 

Fillippe prin and propr, 1018 Post 
ACAOEarZ OP SCIEITCES, Library and 

Museum. 819 Market 
Academy of the Immaculate Concept! 

W s Guerrero bet 24th and 25th 
ACADESTS- OP THE SACBES HEART, 

Madam Gorman superioress. SW 

cor Franklin and Ellis 
Accatlno Joseph, molder, r 2102 Stockton 
Accat'ino Peter, molder, r 2102 Stocktor 
Accinelli Silvio, lab, r 314 Pacific 
Accurso Dominic (Accurso & Miraglla; 

r 19 Sonora 
Accurso & Miraglla (D Accurso and M 

Miraglia) tailors, 534 Montgomery 

Av 
Aced Pilar Miss, interpreter, r 328 Ftan- 

cisco 
Aceret Emil, shirt cutter, r 2103 Golden 

Gate Av 

Aceves Arthur, mach, r 1109 Broadway 
Aceves Dolores, widow, r 1109 Broadway 
Aceves Henry J, teamster, r 1109 Broad- 

Aceves Walter, cabinet mkr, r 1109 

Broadway 
AOH HEintY, atty at law. 707-710 Kohl 

(Hayward) Bldg, r The Marie An- 
toinette 
Ach Julius, com moht, 330 Market, r 1834 

Gough 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer, r 25. 

28th 
Achard Elizabeth Mrs, r 357, 5th Av 
Achard William L. salesman Witzel & 

Baker, r Oakland 
Acheson Alexander W, porter W F & 

Co Ex, r 6 Seymour Av 
Acheson Allen E, barber 111 Ellis, r 41 

Ellis 
cy Acheson. See Aitchison, Atchinson, 

Atchison and Atkinson 
Achilles L Mrs. widow, r 301 Church 
Achmann William A, salesman, r 330 

Sanchez 
Achstetter Anton, cabinet mkr. r 863% 

Bryant 

Achstetter Oscar W,^ electn, r 863 Bryant 
Achter Jacob, lab, r 752 Bryant 
Acimovich Louis (Acimovich & Terzo- 

vich) r 1533 Polk 
Acimovich & Terzovich (L Acimovich 

and S Terzovich) fruits, 1103 Sutter 
Acker Arthur V, dental student, r 2427 

Buchanan 
Acker Bernice V Miss, nurse, r 2427 

Buchanan 
Acker Charles, houseman Hotel St Fran- 
cis, r 774 Harrison 
Acker Charles, lab, r 27 Broadway 
Acker Edward L, foreman W T Garrat* 

& Co, r 915 Van Ness Av 
ACKEB PBANCIS V, contr and bldr, 

1327 Bush, r 2427 Buchanan 
Acker Franz, tailor 307 Leavenworth 
Acker John H. mach, r 459 Geary 
ACEEB NICHOI.AS A, patenit atty, 14 

Sansome, rooms 46-48, tel Main 1784, 

r FYuitvale 
Acker Samuel A, optometrist Cial Opti- 
cal Co, r 476 Noe 
Acker William H, teamster, r 27 Broad- 

C7" Acker. See Aker 

Ackerheilm Algot, bottler, r 23b Kiss- 
ling 

Ackerman Agnes, widow, r 84 South 
Park 

Ackerman Anna Miss, nurse, r 1747 Pine 



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Ackerman Charles, tanner, r 2731 

80 m 
Ackerman Charles H. pressman, 



532 



Polk 

Ackerman Charles L (Naphtaly, Freld- 
enrich & Ackerman) atty, 426 Cali- 
f.rnia, r 2201 Van Ness Av 

nun Edward, propr Cal Theatre. 
'It; Sutter 
i.ui Emanuel P, mfrs agt, 809 
keti r 1098 Post 
tinn Georse, carp, r 14 Rltch 
.\rk. rman Henry, r 1072 Ellis 
Ackerman Henry, master mariner, r 2738 

Folsom 
Ackerman Irving', student, r 2201 Van 

Ness Av 
Ackerman Isadore H. r 1423 Sutter 
ACKXHMAN ISISOB S, mgr Anglo- 
American Crockery and Glassware 
Co. lOS-120 Pine, r 24S9 Jackson 
Ackerman Jacob J. linuors. 2337 Market, 

r 2520V4 Market 
Ackerman John, bartndr, r 235 Duboce 

Ackerman John, elk, r 838 Mission 

ACKBBMAir JirO S, land atty and min- 
ing, 602 Commercial, r Oakland 

Ackerman John P, bartndr. r 838 MU- 
-slon 

Ackerman Joseph G, Insp, r 141a, I3th 

Ackerman Lloyd S, atty, 222 Sansome, 
r 1423 Sutter 

Ackerman Nellie Miss, stenog Crocker 
Bldg. r 567 Post 

A. kernian Robert, lab, r 23 Silver 

r, in RolK>rt, painter, r 941 Golden 

M m Samuel J, mgr D N & E Wal- 
>v Co. r Alameda 
:n;in Sidney I. salesman Anglo- 
.\m Crockery & G Co, r 2489 Jackson 
Ackerman SIgmund L, mgr Grand Opera 
House and genl mgr Rapid Safety 
Kilter Co, r 3222 Jackson 
ET^Ackerman. See Akermann and Acker- 
ma nn 
Ackerson Charles W. salesman Kocnlg's, 



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Mary E, widow, r 1477 Geary 

, .. -^ ,j, Walter (Ackerson & Norman) 

' I Kearny 

11 William W. contr and propr 

n House, 3 Fulton 

11 & Norman (W Ackerson and 

.V Norman) liquors, 921 Kearny 
t-T Ackerson. See Acheson, Atchison, 

Atchlnson and Atkinson 
Acklemann Elizabeth, widow, r 1719 

Le avenworth 
AOKUBY EDWABD, collr, 610 Emma 

Spreckels Bldg. 927 Market, tel Jes.sie 

1530, r Palo Alto 
Ackley George E, chandelier mkr. r 333, 

27th 
AOKI^E'T XIOHABD C, resident mgr 

The Thiel Detective Service Co, 509- 

510 Mutual Savings Bank Bldg, r 

Hotel St Nicholas 
Acklom Albert E, real estate, 22 Mont- 
gomery, r Alameda 
CTAckman. See Akmann 
Acme Automatic Advertising Co, Mills 

Bldg 
Acme Bldg & Loan Assn. 14 Post 
Acme Engraving Co. A C Cunningham 

inpr. 509 Montgomery 
▲CICXI lOE CKEAX CX>, Miss Mary R 

inglls mgr. 597 Halght cor Stelner, 

tel Fell 5261 
ACME lOSTAI. OO, A V Moore pres, 52- 

54 Bluxomo, tel South 42 
Acme Motor Car Co, 434 Geary 
Acme Oil and Development Co, Crocker 

BldK 
Arme Oyster Co. 567. 3d 



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WORKS, 

asst mgr, 744 Mission, tel Jai 
Acme Wire & Grille Works. 314. 1st 
Acosta George, tom agt. r 791 Geary 
Acosta Pedro, chancellor consul Guate- 
mala, r 791 Geary 
Acosta Tomasso. tinsmith, r 14 Aujfust 

Alley 
lt>" Acres. See Akers 

Acton Catherine, widow, r 2174%, 15th 
Acton Edwin G, harness mkr, r 3278, 

24th 
Acton John B, collr. r 2319 Webster 
Acton Martin J, lab U S Customs, r Oak- 
land 
Acton Richard, harness mkr 2803 Mis- 
sion, r 3278. 24th 
Acton Richard S, draftsman, r 3278, 24tih 
Adair Alexander, lab, r 8% Decatur 
Adair C, tailor Hotel St Francis, r 624 

Geary 
Adair Harry, bkkpr, r 708 Turk 
Adair James Mrs, r 1054 Noe 
.Ajdair Robert, r 822 Leavenworth 
Adair William H, druggist S A McDon- 
nell, r 311 Taylor 
Adair Zella Miss, nurse S P Co Hospital 
Adam August, bottler, r 58 Norfolk 
Adam Carl, driver, r 680 Ash Av 
Adam Charles, vice pres Rennacker & 

Adam Co, r 669a Ellis 
Adam Frederick C, salesman Interna- 
tional Mercantile Co. r 640 Waller 
iX OEO& 
146 Phelar 
and 7 to 8 pn 
Hyde, Del ESast 471 
Adam Herman, cashier Stuparlch Mfg 

Co, r 1614 California 
Adam John, cooper, r 1078 Howard 
/dam Mclcholr. shoemkr, 233 East st 

North, r Oakland 
Adam Robert, r 2759% Harrison 
Adam William, shoemkr, r 2 Jurl 
Adam & Kibbe Bldg, cor Market and 

Geary 
Adame Alexander, fisherman, r 645 Bay 
Adami Charles, plumber, r 2276 Union 
Adaml Henry W. r 41 Wheat 
Adami Henry W, cook, r 1186 Harrison 
Ailaml Martin C, elk, r 1508, 17th Av 

South 
Adami Mary Mrs, r 2276 Union 
Adami Philip, r 1508, 17th Av South 
Adaml Philip Jr, tile setter, r 

Av South 
lL.''.\daml. See Adamy and Adoma 
Adamlch Joseph, tailor, r 431 Clen 



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Adams . 
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Adams Albert, lab, r 25 Victoria 
Adams Albert C, elk, r 488 Geary 
Adams Albert C, moider, r 1209 Pac 
.\il.xms Albert F, horseshoer 2407 N 

sioii. r 250 San Csirlos Av 



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PUREST BEER MADE : 

STANDARD BOTTLING CO., Sole Agents : 

Phone James 5166 \ 

Adams Albert F, revenue adjuster, 423 

Washington, r 488 Oeary 
.\dams Albert R, enginr, r 75 Boyce 
Adams Alexander P, macht r 1450 Ma- 
Adams Alfred, bartndr, r 85 Stevenson 
Adams Alfred, gripman U RR, r 5618 

California 
Adams Alfred, lunchman, r 1291 Turk 
Adama Almira M, widow, r 3360, 18th 
Adams Amos C (Adams & Adams) r 

2101 Webster 
Adams Archibald H, pres and mgr Auto- 

gi-aphic Register Co, r Fruitvale 
ADAMS ARTHTTR I., consulting hydrau- 
lic eng, 822 Kohl (Hayward) Bldg, 

r Oakla-nd 
ADAMS ASTHTTR Ih supt Registry Div 

Postoffice, r 1620. 10th Av 
Adams August, bottler, r 58 Norfolk 
Adams Augustus P, r 882 Lombard 
Adams A W, lab, r 613 Folsom 
Adams Ben. electn Tivoli Opera House, 

r 480 Ellis 
Adams Berlin, packer, r 437 Golden 

Gate Av 
Adams Bert, elk, C L Adams, r 1450 

Masonic Av 
.\dams Bert G Mrs. teacher music, r 

1222 Bush 
Adams-Booth Co (Sacramento) whsle 

grocers, office 405 Front 
Adams Building. 206 Kearny 
Adams Carl G, stenog Geo W. Caswell 

Co. r 1316 Jones 
ADAMS C F CO (Erie, Penn) James 

Price mgr, installment clothing, 318 

Mason, tel Black 4892 
Adams Charles, mach, r 2912 Laguna 
.Adams Charles, molder, r 921 Cortland 

Adams Charles, tailor, 244 Stockton, r 
6 40 Waller 

ADAMS CSAB:bi:S AJUBEKT (Adams 
it Adams) r 2401 Webster 

Adams Charles E, r 18 Essex 

.Adams Charles E, r 3886, 22d 

Adams Charles F, r 300 Pennsylvania 
Av 

Adams Charles F, r 1301 Vallejo 

Adams Charles H, with W J Adams and 
sec Occidental Elxporting Co, r 129 
2 4th Av 

ADAMS CKABI.es t, propr Lind Vine- 
yard Wine Cellar, 212 Dddy, r 1450 
Masonic Av 

Adams Charles M, cigars, 2525, 24th, r 
303 Broderick 

.Adams Charles W, r 7 Uranus 

Adams Charles W, master marineir, r 
433 L,arkin 

.Adams Charles W, salesman Herring- 
Hall-M'arvin Safe Co 

Adams Clara A Miss, teacher pub school, 
r 1910 Hyde 

ADAMS CO THE, George .\ Root Pa- 
cific Coast mgr, proprietary medi- 
cines. i.-,i;o Howard 

.\dams rnsiTO.politan Grammar School, 
.\ Heilist prin, Eddy bet Polk and 



.\dams C \V, watchman U S mint, r Oak- 
land 
.A.dams Donald R, electn, r 640 Waller 



Adams Earl, pharmacist Grunig & Prick- 

ett, r 1624 Haight 
Adams Edmond B, watchman, r 1911 

Bush 
Adams Edward, r 2220 Jackson 
Adams Edward, elk J A Folger & Co, 

r 404 Eddy 
Adams Edward, lab, r 25 Victoria 
Adams Edward, liquors, 508 Natoma 
Adams Edward, painter, r 217 3d 
Adams Edward, salesman, r 1335 Ellis 
Adams Edward F, journalist Chronicle, 

r 954 Ashbury 
Adams Edward J, patternmkr, r 882 

Lombard 
ADAMS BDWABO MIXiI^S, atlty-at-law, 

126 Stockton, rooms 5-7. tel Main 193' 
Adams Edward R. printer, r 1349 San 

Bruno Av 
Adams Edward W. dept mgr Baker 4 

Hamilton, r 1473 Waller 
Adams Edwin, presser, r 19 Woodward's 

Adams Eliza A, widow, r 1224 Gough 
.\dams Ellen, widow, r 25 Victoria 
Adams Ellen E, widow, r 185 Belved-en 
Adams Elmer, mach Vulcan Iron Works 
Adams Elmira, widow, r 3360, 18th 
Adams Emil, paper hanger, r 108% Mc 

Allister rear 
Adams Ernest (E & M Adams) r 29 Eddj 
ADAMS EBNEST H, mfrs agt Reed 

Barton's silverware, hotel services 

specialty, 115 Kearny, r 151, 24th 
Adams Brshan. cook, r 1092 Clay 
•Adams Evangeline Miss, teacher pul 

schools, r 954 Ashbury 
Adams Everett F, physician, r 1524 Ma 

sonic Av 
Adams E & M (Ernest and Mrs Marga 

ret) proprs The Adams Hotel, 2 

Eddy 
Adams Frank, r 249 Pacific 
.\dams Frank, r 954 Ashbury 
Adams Frank, engineer str Alviso 
Adams Frank, salesman Henry Kah 

& Co, r 612 Bush 
Adams Frank B, bldr, 1620, 10th Av 
Adams Frank C, carp, r 1335 Ellis 
Adams Frank C Jr, tailor, 906 Market, 

1335 Ellis 

Adams Frank E, driver, r 1742 Bryar 
Adams Frank H, elk Eastman Koda 

Co, r Berkeley 
Adams Frank M, elk, r 2710 Devlsadei 
Adams Fred S, elk, r 600 Jones 
Adams Frederick, cutter O W Nordwel i 

r 2046 Leavenworth 
Adams Frederick A. teas and coffee I 

1322 Pacific, r 1725 Hyde 
Adams Frederick C, r 640 Waller 
Adams Frederick R, r 5 Adair 
Adams George, propertyman Centr; 1 

Theatre, r 620 Turk 
Adams George A, barber, r 757% Brai I 

nan 
Adams George C, engineer Broad? 

Brewery, r 882 Lombard 
ADAMS O-EOBOE C, BEV D D, pas 

First Congregational Church, r 2 

Devisadero, tel West 962 
Adams George E, elk, r 2019 Pine 
Adams George I, pressman, r 915a D 

lores 
Adams George J, expressman, r 23 

Jones 
Adams George M, elk North Shore R 

Co, r 802 Page 
Adams George P, collr, r 1330a Was 

ington 
ADAMS OEOBOE P, registrar of vote 

City Hall 1st floor, r 1802 Market 
Adams George Ward, salesman d'e Pi 

mery & Co, r Fruitvale 
Adams Gideon, r 1933 Devisadero 
Adams Gustave, bkkpr Broadway Bre 

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Adams Harry B, elk. r 1170 Ellis 
Adams Harry E, genl agrt Equitable Life 

Assurance Soc, r 3200 Sacramento 
Adams Harry G, CDndtr I' RR, r 103S 

Jack-son 
AOAKS KASBT W, cornel agt Rock 
Island & Krlsco System. 623 Market, 
I r Oakland 

Adams Harvey, teamster, r 1735 Market 
Adams Harvey L, laundry agt. 1231 Mis- 
Sinn, r 24 Washington Av 
Adams Helen D, widow, r 259 Pierce 
Adams Helen M, widow, r 5 Post St Ct 
Adams Henrietta, widow, r 1524 Ma- 
sonic Av 
Adams Henry, with J Schmidt & Co, r 

1823 Mason 
Adams Henry G. r 807% Union 
Adama Henry H (Phelps & Adams) 

r Oakland 
Adams Henry H, sec Radke & Co, r 603 

Polk 
Adams Herbert, marine eng, 36 ESast 

St South 
Adams Herbert G, boiler cleaner U 

RR. r 44 Chapultepec 
Adams Herman, bkk|>r. r 1614 California 
Adams Hiram W, carp, 1306 Mission, 

r 30 Rlncon PI 
.\<iams H U r 1618 Liiguna 
Adams Horace T, sei- and treas Farns- 
lec Wks, r 313 Guerrero 
)TE£ THE, E & M Adams 
proprs, 29 EXldy. tel South 1102 
Aflams House, 639 Clay 
Adams House, 655 Washington 
Adams Isaac, barber, 1498 Bills, r 2019 
Pine 

ims J A. student, r 322, 3d 
ADAMS JACOB, propr Broadway Brew- 
ery. SW cor 19th and Treat Av, r 882 
Ixmil/ard 
Adams James, r 824 Pag<e 

■ es, lab, r 922 Michigan 
Adams James C, atty. 206 Kearny 
Adams J,imPS S, printer, r 3022 Cali- 
fornia 
Adams J D. r Hotel St Francis 
Adams J Frank, mgr South E}xchange 
P S Tel & Tel Co, 464 Jessie, r 2957 
Buchanan 
Adiims J M, r 1616 Sutter 
A<lams John, barber, r 1322 Mission 
Adams John, bedmkr, r 614 Howard 
Adams John, boarding. 1443 Harrison 
Adams John, expressman, r 2322 Jones 
Adams John, lab. r 26a Rltoh 
Adams John A. lab, r 820 Jessie 
Adams John C. elk, r 545 Turk 
Adams John C, with H Huddleston & 

Co, r 127 E}a»t North 
Adam« John D, elk G-raf Bros, r 1911 

Bush 
Ailams John E (Brown & Aflams) r 2220 
Jackson 

»ms John G, r 807V4 Union 
Adams John H. elk frgt aud S P Co, 

5618 California 
Adams John H, mining eng, Crossley 

Uldg, r 79 Central Av 
Adams John I, embalmer Craig, Coch- 
ran & Co, r 429 Golden Gate Av 
Adams John N. salesman Hale Bros, r 

545^4. 6th Av 
Adams John Q, r 603 I^)lk 
Adams John R, lineman P 8 Tel H Tel 

Co. r 945 Howard 
«\daras John S, r 1366. 12th Av 
. dams John 8. corporal police, r 204 
McAllister 
dams Joseph, Janitor, r 1222 Bush 
dams Joseph, lab. r 21«a Ritch rear 
.lams Joseph, musician, r 211 Minna 
flams Joseph, slioemkr. r 72r. .\linn.i 



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Adams Joseph, tile 

Av South 
Adams Katharine Miss, school teacher 

r 954 Ashbury 
Adams I.,aura B Mrs, propr Stockton 

House, r 232 Stockton 
Adams I>awson S (Adamis-Booth Co) r 

875 Bush 
Adams Lawson S Jr, with Lawson S 

Adams, r Belvedere 
Adams L E K Mrs, widow, r 2424 Pa- 
cific Av 
Adams I>ena Miss, stenog J C Johnson 

& Co. r 3360, 18th 
Adams Linn, r 2206 Fillmore 
Adams Lola A Miss, nurse, 1106 Post 
Adams Lorenzo D, bazaar, 1875 Fillmore 
Adams Lucia M A, widow, r 913% Mis- 
sion 
Adams Lucy F Miss, te.icher pub 

schools, r 1910 Hyde 
Adams Lydla F Luse Mrs, r 18 Essex 
Adams Manson R. .salesman- Charles 

Adams, r 640 Waller 
Adams Margaret Mrs (R & M Adams) 

r 29 Eddy 
Adams Maria, widow, r 1617 Jack-son 
Adams Marion Miss, teacher Cal School 

of Mechanical Arts, r 954 Ashbury 
Adams Martha J, widow, r 30 Washing- 
ton Av 
Adams Mary M'rs, lodgings, 106 Clark 
AdaTns Mary Mrs, shampooer Burn's 

Turkish Baths, r 26 Ritch 
Adams Mary A, widow, r 3522, 19th 
Adams Mary F, widow, r 105 Austin Av 
Adams Max, salesman Wllmerding- 

Loewe Co, r 1291 Turk 
Adams Nelson J, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 802 Page 
Adams O, lab. r 1315 Stockton 
Adams Octavln R. Janitor, r 30 Rlnci.n 

PI 
Adams Oswald L. r 3522, 19th 
Adams Otis F, engineer str Gold 
Adams Otto, harnessrokr, r 108VS Mc- 
Allister 
Adiims Ralph, salesman Levi Strauss & 

Co, r Oakland 
Adams Richard, marine fireman, r 105 

Clark 
Adams R J Mrs, widow, r 637, 3d Av 
Adams Robert, auditor disbursements S 

I' Co, r 2277 CJallfornia 
Adams Robert J. elk. r 637, 3d Av 
Adams Rose M. widow, r 707 Stockton 
Adams Sadie B Mrs, inspeclrras U 8 

Cust<nn», r 1501 Washington 
Adams Sallle P Mrs, teacher Japanese 

M B Mission, r 1911 Bush 
Adams Samuel, shipwright, r 224, 28th 
Adams Sherwood H. supt teaming S F 

Gas & Kleo Co. r 933 Bush 
Adams T H. r 939 Bush 
Adams Thoma». butler, r 800 Kearny 
Adams Timothy W. sawmkr. r 3183. 21st 
Adams Walter A. carp, r 375 Day 
Adama Wenzel (Adams & Co) r 1084 

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Adams Wilbur A. gripman Cal St RR. 

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ADAMS WII.I.IAM, mirr cHy dept West- 
ern Assurance Co and British Amer- 
ica Assurance Co, 319 California, r 
Hotel Cumberland 

Adams William, mach opr, r 2 Jurl 

Adams William, salesman Roberts Mfg: 
Co, r 954 Ashbury 

Adams William, watchman, r 25 Laurel 
PI 

Adams William A, glassTrkr, r 1891 
Howard 

Adams William A, paper hanger, r 1563, 
15th 

Adams William B, elk, r 437 Golden Gate 

Adams William F, bkkpr Brood-way 

Brewery, r 882 Lombard 
Adams William F, Ky postal elk, r 873 

O'Farrell 
Adams William Gale, elk ticket aud 

office S P Co, r 1104 Sacramento 
Adams William H, painter, r 35 Crooks 
Adams William H, supt Young Men's 

Institute, r 1406 Folsom 
Adams William J, mining- eng, 508 

California, r The Holland 
ADAMS WII.I.IAM J, whsle lumber and 

shipping mer and pres Washington 

Mill Co, Schmieden Bldg. 604 Mont^ 

gomery, r Menlo Park 
Adams William L, with W J Adams and 

vice pres Occidental Exploration Co. 

r Palo Alto 
Adams William M, elk, r 120 Valparaiso 
Adams William R. plumber, r 824 Page 
Adams William S, bartndr, r 605 Ash 

Av 
Adams William S, elk Langley & Mich- 
aels Co. r 1911 Bush 
Ad.ams William S, lumberman, r 1366, 

12th Av 
Adams William S. student, r 2710 Devi- 
Adams William W, mining eng, r 133 

Baker 
ADAMS ft ADAMS (Amos C and Charles 

Albert Adams) attys-at-law, 137-139- 

141 Phelan Bldg, tel Main 953 
Adams & Co (W Adams and C Hilde- 

brandt) pork, 1084 Howard 



Adamson Andrew, seaman. 



6 Harri- 



Adamson August, boilermkr, r 3013 Bu- 
chanan 
Adamson Balfour D, mgr Henry W Pea^ 

body & Co, r Fruitvale 
Adamson Charles J, molder, r 921 Cort- 
land Av 
Adamson David, master mariner, r 56 

South Park 
Adamson James, brass finisher, r 34b 

Silver 
Adamson John, lab Vulcan Iron Works 
Adamson John, porter, r 1027 Mission 
Adamson Martin, lab. r 8 La.tona 
Adamson P, condtr, U RR, r 1676 F^ilton 
Adamson Peter F, molder, r 921 Cort- 
land Av 
Adamson Richard, r 325 Lexington Av 
Adamson Richard Jr, r 325 Lexington Av 
Adamson Rob.-rt H, bkkpr, r 325 Lexing- 

.\damson Sam. el IT. bkkpr Scott & Mag- 



Adamson Walter P, reporter Chronicle, 

r 480 Bills 
Adamson W H Mrs, propr The Caxlton, 

611 Taylor 
Adamson William, master mariner, r 

1702 Polk 
Adamy William, r 7 Meacham PI 
(CTAdamy. See Adaml 
Adcock Charles E. paymaster Hotel St 

Francis, r 1316 Jones 
Adcock Homer H, packer, r 847 Howard 
Adcock John T, foreman Charles F 

Doe & Co, r 922d Valencia 
Adcock Lucy, widow, r 847 Howard 
Adcock William N, jeweler Shreve & 

Co, r 130 Castro 
Addell J, r 2285 Market 
Adderley Harriet Miss, r 2297a Sacra- 
mento 
Adderley Stanley, sponges and chamois, 

307 Market, r 282 Carl 
Adderson George W, draftsman Vul- 
can Iron Works, r 17 Chattanooga 
Addicks John H, elk. r 1440 Willard 
Addle James, elk local frgt S P Co, 

r 709 Bush 
Addington C E. ironwkr W W Montague 

& Co, r 608 6th 
Addis George, fruits, 1910 Mission 
Addis Robert C, elk Mack & Co, r 667 

San Jose Av 
Addison James, foreman Fulton Iron 

Wks, r 2316 Filbert 
Addison James H, r 624 Post 
Addison L, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co. r 1713 Green 
ADDISOir THOMAS, mgr General Elec- 
tric Co, 306-317 Crossley Bldg. 

r Berkeley 
Addotto Antonio (Addotto & Bona) 

r 1704 Waller 
Addotto & Bona (A Addotto and J Bona) 

fish dlrs. 1704 Waller 
ADDKESSOOBAFK THE (Chicago) W 

D McArthur agt, 114 California, tel 

Main 5294 
Addy Frank, steward, r 800 Kearny i 
Ade Anita Mrs, r 1932 Stockton ; 

Ade George W, dept mgr TUlmann & 

Eendel, r 408 Stockton 
Ade Joseph, r 53a Rausch 
Ade Pauline, widow, r 51a Rausch rear 
Adel Jessie J, agt Equitable Life As- 
surance Soc 
Adelman Franz, musician, Louvre Cafe 
.\delphia House, 909 Kearny 
ADEItSDORFES EBNEST, sec M Blas- 

kower Co. r 2330 Geary 
Adelsdorfer John C, mfrs agt, 220 Sut- 
ter, r 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, r 1752 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Lewis, pres and genl mgr 

Western Fire Appliance Co, r 1605 

Gough 
.\delsdorfer Max, mfrs agt, 220 Sutter, 

r 1752 Bush 
Adelsdorfer Rosa, widow, r 1605 Gough 
Adelseck Edward, salesman C H Phll- 

pott Co. r Berkeley 
Adelseck Frank, mar eng, 36 Bast St 

South 
Adelson HjTnan B, optician, r 5% Har-' 

riet 
Adelstein David, cutter, r 3355 18th 
Adelstein Hvman, r 1522 O'Farrell 
Adelstein Jacob, cutter, r 1119 (Jeary 
Adelstein Louis, salesman, r 1119 Geary 
.\delstein Louis, salesman A Flelsh- 

hacker & Co, r 1390 Height 
.\delstein Samuel, teacher Irving Insti- 

tutte, r 1017 Post 
Adelstein Samuel, teacher mandolin, 

r 1119 Geary 
.A.den David, tailor, r 32% Willow Av 
.\der Charles E, nurse, r 769 Hayes 
Ader Frederick P, elk Charles R Allen 

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Ader Leon H, elk Aachen & Miinieh Fire 

Ins Co, r Alameda 
Adest Michael, r 9H Verona PI 
Adle Ellen G Miss, r 1511 Washingrton 
Adjuster The (Ins Monthly) J A Carey 

editor and propr, 303 California 
Adklns George, sallmkr U I Wks, r 2423 

LeavenworUh 
Adklns Joel M, motorman U RR. r 14 

Parren Av 
tTAdklns. See Atkins 
Adlanda Francesca, widow, r 5 Vir- 
ginia PI 
Adle Charles C, brake adjuster U RR, 

r 1025 Leavenworth 
AI>I.i:s AAXOH A, grain broker, 214 

Pine, r 1444 Green 
Adler Adeline, widow, r 1242 California 
Adler Albert, elk Pac Coast Biscuit 

Co, r 3447 Clay 
Adler Albert C, bkkpr Phoenix Sav B 

& L Assn. r The Colonial 

ADLER ALBERT S. 

phjralclan and ■ozffeon, office and t 

1113 Sutter, honn 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 

pm, Sundays 10 to 11 am, tel East 690 
Adler Alexander, student, r 1242 Cali- 
fornia 
Adler Ben, cigars, 750 Market, r 2415 

Pacific Av 
Adler Bertha, widow, r 1562 Union 
Adler Charles, capitalist, r Lick House 
Adler Charles, elk Am Can Co, r Oak- 
land 
Adler Charles U, Janitor, r 615 Natoma 
Adler Charles W, porter, r 508V4 Post 
Adler D, vocalist Tivoll Opera House, 

r Alameda 
Adler David, butcher, r 527 Octavia 
Adler David, upholst, 559 Halght, r 329 

Waller 
Adler EXigar, salesman Breyer & Meyer 

Co, r 1242 California 
Adler EhTiestine, widow, r 2197 Devlsa- 

dero 
Adler £:sther Mrs, propr Adler Saiia- 

torium, 1444 Green 
Adler EXigenia Miss, teacher music, 

r 3962 Sacramento 
Adler Frank, Ironwkr, r 462 Drumm 
Adler George, l>aker, r 1413 Baker 
ADImEB, SABBT B, propr Davy Crockett 

Saloon, 842 Market, r 1015 Golden 

Gate Av 
Adler Horry F, salesman Hoffman, Roth- 

chlld & Co, r 1242 California 
Adler Henry A, salesman Prager's, 

r 1653 Post 
Adler Hermann (Adler & Kaiser) r 2386 

Bush 
Adler Jacob, 1ns, 416 California, r 1420 

Van Nesa Av 
Adler Jesse, driver, r 1653 Post 
Adler J O, master mariner, 1 Ferry Bldg 
Adler Joseph, r 1420^4 Geary 
Adler Joseph, butcher, r 527 Octavia 
Adler Joseph C, salesman Nathan Dohr- 

mann Co, r 27 Oak 
Adler Louis, collr, r 1663 Post 
Adler Louis, driller, r 912 Michigan 
Adler Louis, shoemkr, r 1413 Baker 
Adler Moses, grain broker. Safe Deposit 

Bldg, r 3447 Clay 
Adler N Max, propr Bay State Oyster 

House. 29 Stockton 
Adler S, salesman Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co, r 781 Sutter 
Adler Samuel, salesman O'Connor, Mof- 

fatt & Co. r 2023 Pacific Av 
ASIiEX BAWATOBZUIC, Mrs A A Adler 

propr, 1444 Green, tel Bast 869 and 



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.\dler Solomon, oollr, 608 California, 

r 3962 Sacramento 
Adler Sophie, widow, r 727 Fulton 



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Adler William F, butcher, 240 Fulton, 

r 527 Octavia 
Adler & Kaiser (H Adler and L W 

Kaiser) hats. 47, 3d 
Adlington David M, carp, r 1125 Kearny 
AmumSTSATOB FUBI.IC, Michael J 

Hynes, 568 Parrott Bldg 
Admiral Anchor Co. Rialto Bldg 
Admiral Hall, 2568 Geary 
Adney Robert C J, storekpr U S Mint, 

r Oakland 
Adolph Johanna, widow, r 1837 Scott 
Adolphson Gustav A, master mariner, 

r 161, 2d 
Adolphus Richard, waiter, r 641 Jessie 
Adolson Oscar, carp, r 42 South Park 
Adrian George, barber, r 463a Minna 
Adriano Glacomo (Beltramo & Adriano) 

r 558 O-Farrell 
ADVANCE OABPET BEATIKO AITD 
BEirOVATnra CO, George Walcom 
Co props, 402 Sutter, tel Main 394 
Advent Christian Church. 1709 Church 
Advocate Publishing Co, 456 Mont- 
gomery 
Aiibersold Charles, wagonmkr, r 3678, 

19th 
Aebl Joseph U, liquors, 634 Kearny 
Aebi Tobias, toolmkr U I Wka, r 435 

Bran nan 
Aegerter Charles, r 1362 Sacramento 
Aegerter Harry W, shademkr EJmpo- 

rium 
Aegroiz Otto, r 2219 Polk 
Aehnllch Paul, instrument mkr Dept 

Electricity, r 622 Baker 
Aello Antonio, lab, r 324 Vallejo rear 
Aetna Cons Quicksilver Mining Co, 
Haas Bros agts, 100 Califorr' 

tna Indemi ' ~ 

421 Callfci 

JETHA HTSU&AB'CE CO (of Hartford) 
Koardman & Spencer genl agts, B C 
Morrison supervisor of agencies, 
Louis Mel special agt and adjuster, 
614 California 

OO (Hart- 
ford, Conn) Life Dept, B H Lestock 



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OO (Hart- 
ford, Conn) Accident Dept, John H 
Stevens genl agt, 616-617 Safe De- 
posit Bldg, tel Main 3210 
OO (Hart- 
ford, (>)nn) Liability Dept, William 
J Gardner mgr, B A Auer asst mgr, 
616-617 Safe Deposit Bldg, tel Main 
3210 
Aetna Mineral Water Agency, 140, 2d 
Aetna Mutual Building and Loan Asan, 

304 Montgomery 
Aezcr Andrew, carp, r 22 De Boom 
A f chain Henry, steward French Hos- 
pital 
Affeldt Bmll, marble cutter, r 532, 3d 
Afflllated Colleges (Depts of the Univer- 
sity of Oillfornla) Parnassus Av, bet 
1st and 3d Avs 
Affleck Peter, lab, r 101 South Park 
Affleck William, lab, r 4 Tehama 
Affleck William, lab, r 10, 13th 
AfflerUich Alice, widow, r 123 Fell 



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AffoUer Herman, emp Am Biscuit Co, 

I 7 Flint Alley 

Affolter John J, butcher, 507 Ellis, r 112, 

11th 

Aff0lt<?r Joseph, butcher, 125, 3d, r 1820, 

15th 
Affolter Joseph Jr, butcher, r 1227 Fol- 

Affolter William, butcher, r 125 Silver 
Aftergut Samuel, whsle butcher, Mis- 
sion Rd 
Afton The, 285 O'Farrell 
Agalletta Angelo, fruits, 3139 16th 
Agar James E, with Dettner-Wilson 

Press, r Berkeley 
Agard diaries N, notions-, 343, 6Mi 
Agard George L, elk P S Tel & Tel Co, 

r 311 Green 
A sard W B Mrs, widow, r 311 Green 
Agard William A T, mfrs agt, 809 Mar- 
ket, r 311 Green 
IT" Agard. See Aagaxd 
Agassi B (Crotta, Agassi & Co) r 800, 

7th 
Asassi John, lab, r SOO, 7th 
Agassiz Ht-rbert, r 710 Brannan 
Afiussiz Primary School, Miss S J Jones 

prin, Bartlett bet 22d and 23d 
AQATE FHABISAaz-, F F Bacon M D 

propr, 303, 6th nr Folsom 
.\gaton Alexander H, mach, r 425, 6th 
Agaton Elmil R, plumber, r 425, 6th 
Agaton Magdalen, widow, r 425. 6th 
Agee Ida B, widow, r 1635 Page 
Agee Mary B, widow, r 146 Capp 



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Agen Michael, lab. r 2754 Greenwich 
.\geno Joseph, florist, r 426a Green 
Age Publishing Co, 405 Montgomery 
.A.ggelar Manuel, bartr. r 529 Vallejo 
AO-IiEB JAMES, mgr Pac System S P 
Co, 1204 Merchants' Eixchange Bldg, 
r 2401 Broadway 
.\gmar Paul, painter, 2832 California 
Agner Oiarles, photr, 1067 Market 
Agnew Arthur, ironwkr, r 32 Tehama 
.\gnew Catherine, widow, r 1634 Dolores 
Agnew Ellen Mrs, liquors, 500, 1st 
Agnew F J, special agt Pennsylvania 

Fire Ins Co, r Oakland 
Agnew J Henry, stove mtr, r 1634 

Dolores 
.Agnew John J, warehouseman Santa Fe, 

r Oakland 
Agnew Lon, lab S P Co, r 616a, 4th 
.\gnew Margaret, widow, r 1305 Mont- 
gomery 
Agnew Robert, lab, r 6 Norten PI 
Agnew Robert, rigger, r 1305 Mont- 



gomery 

Agnew Thomas 

gomery 



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Agnew William, box-mkr, r 1305 Mont- 
gomery 
Agnew William P, physician, Donohoe 

Bldg 
Agnew William S, boilermkr, r 1634 

Dolores 
Agos'ti Julia Mrs, r 10 San Antonio 
Agosti I^ouis. painter, r 10 San Antonio 
.\gosti Peter, painter, r 10 San Antonio 
Agostini Carrie Miss, dressmkr, r 301 

Polk 
Agostinl Hattie Miss, dressmkr, r 301 
Polk 



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Agosto Domenico, lab. r 6 Margaret PI 
AOBIOUIiTlTKAI^ nrSUBAirCi: CO ( New 

York) Edward Brown & Sons, genl 

agts, 411-413 California 
Aguallo Joseph, lab, r 18 Bernard 
Aguilar ATitonio, cabinetmkr, r 22 John 
Aguilar Caj-men Miss, r 1531 Larkin 
Aguilar Marian, widow, r 907 Jackson 
Aguilar Mitchel, lab, r 108 Trenton 
Aguiro Domingo, lab, r 718 Tennessee 
Aguire Bdmundo A, elk City and County 

Bank, r 1047 Powell 
Aguirre Benjamin, tamale mfcr, r 44 

Valencia 
Aguirre Laura, widow, r 1813H Mason 
Aguirre Louis M, salesman Natl Phar- 
macy Co, r 1365 Mason 
Aguirre Raymond M, liquors, 

Powell 
Ahearn Daniel A (Aheam & Mialone) 

r 320 Liberty 
.Ahearn Daniel J, teamster, r 302 Liberty 
Ahearn Dennis, lab, r 365 Minna 
Ahearn Dennis F, elk Mack & Co, 

r Berkeley 
Ahearn John F, d«p county elk, r 429 

Dubooe Av 
Ahearn John F, mill hand, r 302 Liberty 
Ahearn Joseph G. elk, r 18 Iris 
Ahearn Joseph W, plumber, r 843 Bryant 
Ahearn Maurice J, molder. r 3130. 25th 
Ahearn Roger, carp, r 2S54 Harrison 
Ahearn Timothy, r 302 Liberty 
Ahearn & Malone (D Ahearn and S J 

Malone) harness, 1428 Folsom 
in7Ahearn. See Ahem and Aherne 
Aher T Edward, elk Redington & Co, 

r 1411 Bush 
Aher Jeremiah, carp, r 1411 Bus'h 
Aher William, plater, r 1411 Bush 
Ahern Andrew J, liquors, 448 Stanyan 
Ahern .\nne. widow, r 883 Eddy 
Ahern B, elk O'Connor, Moffatt & Co, 

r 7 Seymour Av 
Ahern Catherine, bakery, 404 Folsom 
Ahern Daniel, plasterer, r 11 Hunt 
Ahem Daniel, porter, r 934% Bryant 
Ahern Daniel Jr, tilesetter, r 11 Hunt 
Ahern Daniel J, insp U S Customs, 

r 1168, 19th 
Ahern David M; messenger Coroner's 

offlce, r 22 Alvarado 
Ahern Dennis, foreman, r 7 Seymour 
Ahern Dennis J, solicitor, r 631 I 

venson 
Ahern Edward T. foreman Wempe 

Bros, r 631 Stevenson 
Ahern Elizabeth, widow, r 1703 Market 
Ahern Ellen M. widow, r 631 Stevenson 
Ahern James A, teamster, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern James R, bartndr, r 346 Golden 

Gate Av 
Ahern Jeremiah, tilesetter, r 11 Hunt 
Ahern Johanna, widow, r 812 Divisioi 
Ahern John F, electn, r 18 Perry 
Ahern John F, shipwright, r 570 Wal 

nut Av 
Ahern John J, elk, r 810 Lyon 
Ahern John J, painter J Llewellyn 
Ahern John M, lab S P Co, r 631 Ste- 
venson 
Ahern John P, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, T 23514 Oak 
Ahern Joseph, elk Wempe Bros, r 810 

Lyon 
Ahern Julia, r 40 Ivy Av 
Ahern Margaret, widow, r 240 Dore rear 
Ahern Mary, widow, r 235V4 Oak 
Ahern Maurice J. collr, r 810 Lyon 
Ahem Michael, r 205. 3d 
Ahern Michael, r 934% Bryant 
Ahern Michael, r 1862 Ellis 
Ahem Michael, lab. r 810 Lyon 
Ahern Michael, lab S P Co, r 1314 Har- 



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Ahern Roger, carp, r 2S54 Harrison 
A hern Roger J, driver, r 2854 Harrison 
Ahern Thomas, boilermkr, r 934^4 Bryant 
Ahern Timothy, condtr I' RK. r 16. 2Sth 
Ahern William, carp, r 926 Alabama 
Ahern William, elk Pac Hardware «: 

Stieel Co. r 16, 28th 
Ahern William, salesman, r 415V4 Grove 
Ahern William J. editor, r 415% Grove 
Ahern William P. r 308 Vicksburg 
Ahern W P. paver L' RR, r 308 Vicks- 
burg 
CTAhern. See Ahearn and Aherne 
Aherne Bugenc P, elk. r 223 San 

Carlos Av 
Aherne Patrick, r 223 Soji Carlos A-v 
CAherne. See Ahearn and Ahern 
Ahkmann Agnes Miss, teacher music, 

r 615 Taylor 
Ahkmann Annie Mrs, proprr Hotel Niara. 

615 Taylor 
Ahkmann John, lab, r 2204V4 Fillmore 
Ahlander Frank, blacksmith, r 905H 
Mission 
. Ahlbach Joseph (Ahlbach & Mayer) 
r 226 Collingwxx)d 
Ahlbach Peter, plumber, 235, 4th, r 157, 

nth 
Ahlbach William J, plumber, r 219 Lex- 
ington A.y 
Ahlbach & Mayer (J. Ahlbach and C 

Mayer) plumbers. 836 Howard 
Ahlbom Albert R. expressman, r 273 

Parker Av 
Ahlbom August W, mach. r 4 404, 18th 
Ahlborn Charles J. elk Western Sugar 

Ref, r A lamella 
Ahlborn Charles J, driver, r 740 Minna 
Ahlbom Henry, mach, r 11 San Carlos 



Ahlers Amandus W M. janitor, r 30% 
John 

Ahlers George, chemist, r 278 Connec- 
ticut 

Ahlers George, Inmwkr, r 2978. 2l8l 

Ahlers George G, rigger, r 2978, 21st 

AK^SSS SEiraT (Feht & Ahlers) and 
liquors, SE cor 8th and Mission, tel 
South 1183, r 246 San Jose Av 

.Vhlers Henry C, Jeweler, 126 Kearny, 
r 1106 Eddy 

Ahlers Herman, elk. r 266 Dore rear 



CJrAhlers. See Ehlers 

Ahlert Charles, bartndr, r 1210 Polk 

Ahlert William, plumber, r 169 Un- 

den Av 
Ahlf Frederick C, cooper, r 1144, 6th Av 

South 
Ahlf Henry, lab, r 1144, 6th Av South 
Ahlf Henry C. cooper, r 1144. 6th Av 

South 
Ahlf Herman, carp, r 520a Fulton 
Ahlf Katherina. wldorw, r 1226, 6th Av 

South 
Ahlf Richard C, acoountfent Sherman, 

Clay & Co, r 1226. 6th Av South 
Thlgren Charles G, liquors, 247 Steuart 
Ahlgren Edward, driver, r 1541 Mission 



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Ahlln Nils E. mar eng, r 4303. 24th 
Ahlstrand William, propr Arizona Hotel, 

11 Clay 
Ahldtrom B (!. master mariner, r 1667 

Mission 
Ahlstrom George, stationery, 1667 MIs- 



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Ahpel Henry C (Ahpel l^i H 

r 2427 Washingrto^i 
AHFEI. K BBVCKBIAK < Henry C Ahpel 
and John Bruckmanl. city agts 
Northern Assiir Co ( lyondon and Aber- 
deen) National Fire Ins Co (Hartford, 
Conn) and genl ins agts, 209 Sansome, 
tel Main 5781 
Ahrens A Mrs, widow, r 3254, 19th 
Ahrens Annie, widow, r 2913, 19th 
Abrens Edwin M, r 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Elizabeth, widow, r 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Frederick L, watchman, r 125 

Langton 
Ahrens George, mechanic Thomas Day 

Co, r 3254, 19th 
Ahrens George M, pres Ahrens, Pein & 

Bullwinkel, r 425 Harrison 
Ahrens George N, carrier Postofflce, 

r 4118, 20th 
Ahrens Herman (Ahrens & Seed) r 961 

Mission 
Ahrens John E, lab, r 442a Brannan 

N, whsle and retail liquors, 



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George M Ahrens 

Bullwinkel sec and 

retail wines and liqi: 

East 720 
Ahrens Rudolph, plumber. 

Av rear 
Ahrens Wflken (Mahler & Ahrens) r 348 

Capp 
Ahrens William F, foreman Hanley 

Mercantile Co, r 208, 3d Av 
Ahrens William H, elk E Carlson & Co, 

r 1194 Valencia 
Ahrens William W, elk Postofflce, r 4118, 

20th 
Ahrens & Seed (H Ahrens and C Seed) 

cigars, 921 Market 
Ahstrom Hienrietta, widow, r 224, 8th 
Ahumada Jose M, reaj estate broker, 325 

Montgomery, r 612 Bush 
Alcardi CTarlo, lab. r 16 San Antonio 
Aich C Frederick, laundryman, r 2922 

Sacramento 
Aich Rudolph, r 2922 Sacramiento 
Alcher Catlherlne, widow, r 1618 Stock- 
ton 
Aicher Frank J, elk. r 1618 Stockton 
Alcher Gustav A (Webber & Aicher 

Mach Wks) r 1618 Stwkton 
.Mgeltlnger Charles, watchman, r 812 

Webster 
AiaEIiTHrOEB ESWAKD K (E Aigel- 

tiiit'i- .V- I'm and commissioner 

li..;,r.l i.f i'liblif Wks. r 1762 Ellis 
AiaEZ-TIKQEB E b CO (Edward H 

.ViKelllriK' !■, (' K Berringer and 

Gi-<jrKi- C'liristman* hay, grain and 

commission. 25-27 Spear and 1762 

Ellis 
.Mgeltlnger George, bkkpr B H Algel- 

tlnger, r 1774 Bills 
Aiken Albert C, atty. Mills BIdg, r 2737 

l^guna 
Aiken Charles 8, editor Sunset Maga- 
zine, r 1596 Clay 
Alken James H, eleotn. r 2872. 22d 



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Aiken Nelson P. sec American Produce 

Co, r 948b Jackson 
Aiken Perly B, pres Amador Climax 

Gold Mining Co, r Pine Grove. Cal 
Aiken William C, architect, r 1595 Clay 
O'Aiken. See Aitken and Akm 
Aikens Harry L, elk Postofflce, r 205 

Valencia 
Aikin Artliur G. credit man Pope Mfg 

Co, r Oakland 
Aikins Bronte M. a«y, Claus Spreckels 

Aikins Thomas G, pressman, r 1512 

17th Av South 
Aikins Victor L. plumber, r 1131 Polk 
Ainsco^T EMward, carp, r 252 Jessie 
Ainsley Albert, elk, r 222 Fulton 
Ainsley Apartments. 620 Turk 
Ainsley Grace, widow, r 222 Fulton 
Ainsley Herbert, tailor, 6 Eddy 
Ainslev Leonard, r 222 Fulton 
Ainsworth Aaron, lab, r 255 States 
Ainsworth Frances, widow, r 798 Capp 
AIirSWOBTH PRANK K, chief surgeon 
and mgr Hospital Dept S P Co, 1135 
Merchants' Exchange Bldg. r Bo- 

Ainsworth Frederick W, salesman, r 808 

Hvde 
Ainsworth Howard S, mar eng, r 428 

Lisbon 
Ainsworth John, mgr S H Harmon Lum- 
ber Co, tank dept. r Oakland 
Ainsworth J V, marine engr, 36 East 

St South 
Ainsworth The, 1098 Post 
Airey George F, janitor, r 564 Foisom 
Airey Henry J, butcher, 2323 Webs'tier, 

r 2307 Jackson 
Airey Robert J. sec Western Brass 

Wks. r 15 Glen Park Av 
Airey William C, engineer, r 287 8a, 16th 
CTAlrey. See Arey 
Airold Louis, lab, r 1258 Foisom 
Airoldi Joseph, painter, r 868 Broadway 
Airolo Andrew, fruits, 1170 Church 
Alser Firederick, r 1440 Mason 
Aitchison Archie, car repairer S P Co, 

r 426 Cortland Av 
Aitchison Arthur, patternmkr, r 1419 

Sanchez 
Aitchison George, lab, r 143 Victoria 
Aitchison John, carp Cal Mill Co, r 1419 

Sanchez 
Aitchison William J, contr and bldr, 

r 717 Guerrero 
lET- Aitchison. See Acheson, Ackerson, 

Atchlnson and Atkinson 
Aitken A E, printer, r 32 Bills 
Aitken Albert E, shlpbroker, r 511b 

Castro 
Aitken Edwin J, salesman, r 46 Wil- 
der Av 
Aitken Eggerts A Mrs, widow, r 798 

Van Ness Av 
Aitken Frank W (Aitken & Skalfe) r SE 

cor Washington and Spruce 
Aitken George J, r 578 Cedar Av 
Aitken James, r 3012 Pine 
ArFKED JOHN B (Aitken & Skaife) 

and pres Beneficial Life Ins Assn, 

702-708 James Flood Bldg, r SE cor 

Washington and Spruce 
Aitken Julian M, laundryman Cascade 

Laundry, r 343 Hickory Av 



r 1512. 



Aitken Robert I, sculptor, 3z4, 14th, 

r 798 Van Ness Av 
Aitken Samuel, asst foreman U S Mint, 

r Berkeley 
AITKEN & SKAIPE (John R Aitken, 

Alfred C Skaife and Frank W Aitken) 

attvs-at-law, 710-712 James Flood 

Bldg 
CyAitken. See Aiken 
Aitkin S, asst engineer SS Doric 
Aitkins F. pressman Exam 

17th Av 
Aitzer Magdalena Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 530 Hill 
Aizekowitoh Harry S, elk N Goldblatt, , 

r 1042% Howard 

AJO COFFER MOUNTAIN MZUSS 

COMFANT, Charles Henderson pres, 

237 Crosslev Bldg, tel Main 3026 
Akacich Andro, seaman, r 909 Jacfcson 
Akacich Frank, waiter, r 909 Jackson 
Akard Dolvan B, door openers, 4167, 20th 
Akard James H, hous«smith, r 2104 

Castro 
Aker Christopher, bakery, 1794 Height ■ 
CTAker. See Acker 
.\kergren Julia, widow, r 45 Sharon 
Akerlev George L, waiter, r 733 Howard 
ICJ'Akerman. See Ackerman and Acker- 

Akers Edwin W, elk Postofflce, r 612 

O'Farrell 
Akers Harry, teamster, r 1563 Turk 
Akers William (Crowley & Akers) r 110 

Eddy 
li:7Akers. See Acres 
Akin Lillie, widow, r 1131 Polk 
Akin Victor, plumber, r 1131 Polk 
Akins Edward C, with Willamette Pulp 

and Paper Co, r Oakland 
Akmann Charles G. musician, r 4142, 

Akmann Christina, widow, r 4142, 17th 
Akmann Frederick W, sallmkr, r 4142, 

Akmann John W, plumber, r 4142, 17th 
Akmann William, salesman Schlueter & 

Volberg, r 518a Jersey 
Akridge Louis, lab, r 231, 2d 
Alabama Brewery, 1600 Dolores 
Alabama Tonopah Mining Co, 308 Pine 
Alam Bxel, r 461 Shotwell 
AI.AMEDA ANB SAN JOAQUIN RAXL- 

ROAD CO, James Treadwell prea. 

B M Bradford sec, 515 Safe Deposit 

Bldg 
Alameda Building and I-oan Assn, F H 

Clark sec, 137 Montgomery 
Alameda Canning and Packing Co, 123 

California 
AI.AMEDA EXPRESS CO (formerly 

Greeley Transfer Co) Paul F Kellogg 

mgr 8 Drumm, tel Bush 7 
Alameda Ferry, ft Market 
Alameda Joseph, lab. r 111 Grant Av 
Alameda Linseed Oil Wks. 308 Market 
Alameda Sugar Co (Alvarado, Cal) 132 

Market 
Cr Alameda. See Almada 
Alamo Square, bet Hayes and Fulton, 

Steiner and Scott 
AI.AN DRUa CO, A Perry Poaps propr. 

cor Scott and Eddy 
Alarus Harry, peddler, r 17 Ritch 
Alaska Coast Fishing and Packing Co, 20 

Montgomery 
AI^ASKA CODFISH CO, Alfred Greene- 

baum sec, whsle cured codfish, 17-19 

Davis 
AZiASKA COMMERCIAIi CO, Gustave 

Niebaum vice-pres, Leon Sloss 2d 

vice-pres, Louis Greenbaum sec, 310 

Sansome 
Alaska Eixploratlon Co, Isaac Liebes 

pres, Sidney Liebes sec, 139 Post 
Alaska Fishing and Development Co, 

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in sec. 320 Sansome 
A -:., Land and DevPlopmeiit Co, 405 

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AI.ASKA MXBCAKTrLi: CO, 3 CallfoT- 



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AXASKA FACKEBS' ASSW, Henry F 

I'Tlmann pres. C \V Dorr sec, office 

:!HS Market 

A]a-ka SaJmon Co. 3 Stewart 

AI.ASKA TKBAUVTEIjS. oou> MXmKO 

CO (Douglas Island. Alaska) H H 

lor pres. A T Corbus sec and 

- IS, 725-726 Mills Bldg, tel Main 404 

Jean, tailor, r 297a Shipley 
, igust, r 574 liVrtsom 
A M D. elk Philadelphia Shoe Co, 

r 620 Jackson 
Albach Louis, r 554 Hayes 
Albach W J A. r 554 Hayes 
CT'Albach. See Ahlbach 
Alban William J. driver, r 231 Austin 



ALBANY BREWERY 



PAPES CO, mfrs toilet and wrapping 
papers. E .V Bruck selling agt, Cluett 
Bldg. 57S Mission, room 309, tel 
Black 4299 

Albarello John, marblewlcr, r 616a Fil- 
bert 

Albee George C, medical student, r 1432 
Wlllard 

Albee Harry, elk S F Savings Union, 
r Berkeley 

Albee Lincoln, teamster, r 3254 Folsom 

Alben Richard, r 1925 Greenwich 

Alber Emil. liquors, 251, 3d, r 7^4 
Verona PI 

Cy.Mberg. See Elberg 

Alberga George B, porter, r 636 Oom- 

Alberger C Ranny. elk Cordes l•^l^n Co, 

r 1203 Devisadero 
Alberger William C, civil eng, 610 

.Montgomery, r 1203 Devisadero 
Alberger William R, chief elk traffic 

dept Santa Fe. r 1253 Masonic Av 
Albergria Wenceslow, physician, 884 

Bush 
Alberlgl Abele (Alberlgl & Pellegrini) 

r 1158 Montgomery 
Alberlgl Glacomo, teamster, r 11 Ban- 

nam PI 
Alberlgl I, r 11 Bannam PI 
Alberlgl Peter (P Alberigi & Oo) r 123 

Trenton 
Alberigi P & Co (P Alberlgl and S 

Arnaboldl) wood and coal, 920 Stock- 
ton 
Alberigi & Pellegrini (A Alberigi and 

A Pellegrini) wood and coal, 414 

Broadway 
AJbers Henry Co (Inc) jroultry suppltee, 

108 Market 
Albers Henry B, ship Joiner U I Wks, 

r 631 Wisconsin 
Albers Henry B F, boat bidr, r 631 Wis- 
consin 
Albers Herman (Albers & Huslng) r 2818 

Bush 

JOKV, groceries and liquors. 

NW cor Leavenworth and Jackson, 

tel Sutter 1141 
Alt>er» Joseph R, master mariner, r 775 

Mission 
Albers Marcus B. with Fireman's Fund 

Ins Co, r 2721 Hyde 
Albers William R, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co. r 2818 Bush 
Albers & Huslng (H Albers and R Hus- 
lng) hay and grain, 2403 Bush 
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Albert Agnes T Mrs. r 4316, 25th 
Albert Caesar, porter, r 1736 Stockton 
Albert Carl, elk H Schlesselmann, r 1300 

Hayes 
Albert Charles, fruits. 1599 Mission. 

r 1736 Stockton 
Albert Charles, musician, r 334 Eliza- 
beth 
Albert Charles Jr. elk, r 1736 Stockton 
Albert Edward, lab. r 1588 Howard 
Albert Edward, waiter, r 1736 Stockton 
Albert Brminio, lab, r 1736 Stockton 
Albert Helnrich, watchmkr. 206 Kearny, 

r 4321, 2l3t 
Albert Hermann, wood and coal, 1765 

Waller 
.Albert James E, mach, r 4316, 25th 
Albert Joseph, harnessmkr, r 1003 Na- 

toma 
Albert Joseph, waiter, r 1736 Stockton 
Albert Lucy, widow, r 334 Elizabeth 
Albert R J. elk frgt aud S P Co, r Red- 
wood City 
Albert Walter, medical student, r 415 

Cherry 
Alberta OH Co (Sargent, C^l) Safe De- 
posit Bldg 
Albertl A, piano tuner, r 1442 Sacra- 
mento 
Albert! Domenlco A, dentist, Donohoe 

Bldg, r 2027 Polk 
Albertl FVancesoo, piano tuner, r 2027 

Polk 
Albertl Frank J, Ry postal elk, r Berke- 
ley 
Albertl George F, with Shreve & Co, 

r 45 Beaver 
Albertl L B, salesman Cal Saw Wks, 

r 160 CThattanooga 
Albertleri Vincent, fisherman, r 650 

Francisco 
-Albertonl Elvlzzlo, liquors, 630 Mission, 

r 632 Green rear 
Albertoni Philip, bartr. r 615 Pacific 
Alberts Alfred, cabinefmkr, r 1303, 17th 

Av South 
Alberts Charles, master mariner, r 16V4 

H^'nry 
Alberts Frederick (Alberts & Vail) 

r 310 Folsom 
Alberts Harry T, driver Cal Bottling 

Co, r 1404 Harrison 
Alberts & Vail (Frederick Alberts and 

Charles Vail) cigars, 600 Howard 
Albertson BuShrod K. carp, 1074^4 How- 
ard rear 
Albertson Delia Mrs, dressmkg, 3122, 22d 
Albertson George, carp, r 230 FariUlones 
Albertson J A Mrs, r 800 Sutter 
Albert,'son Louis H, atty-at-law and sec 

Cal School Supply Co, r San Jose 
Albert.son William B, carp, r 1205 Stock- 
ton 
.\lbprtus John, portrait artist, r 217 

Eddy 
Alberty George, Jeweler, r 46 Beaver 
Albes Joseph, lab, r 314, 1st 
Alliln Herman, peddler, r 834 Folsom 
AU.In Louis, r 2618, 22d 
Albln Louis E, cement wkr, r 642 Fol- 



Alblnl Mary, widow, r 1764 Eddy 
Albion Ale and Porter Brewery, Burnell 

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AI.BIOK litTMBEB CO, George G Wil- 
cox pres, Miles Standish vice-pres, 
K M Dunn sec, 165-1S7 Crocker Bldg, 
yards 4th and Channel 

Allxn-a Louis A, mgr Mrs M Alboira, 
r 412 Filbert 

Albora Madeline Mrs, notions, 300 Mont- 
gomery Av, r 412 Filbert 

Albora Rudolph, elk tax collectar, r 412 
Filbert 

Alhorn August, cook, r 500, 20th 

AHirecht A, r 1230 Pine 

Albrecht Albert (Albrecht & Sohoen) 
r 1015 Stockton 

Albrecht Charles, cigarrakr, r 625 Jessie 

.\lbrecht Edward J, barber, 2814, 16th, 



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Albrecht Franklin J, master mariner 

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Albrecht Fred (Phoenix Cigar Co) 

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Albrecht Henry C, painter, r 1109 Sco^t 
Albrecht Hermann, painter, r 1629 Turk 
Albrecht James W, teamster, r 627, 2d 
Albrecht John, carp, r 2887, 16th 



Albrecht Joseph, lab, r 17 Victor 
Albrecht Joseph L, teamster, r 627, 2d 
Albrecht Lillie. widow, r 2589 Folsom 
Albrecht Louis, watchman, r 1617 

Dupont 
Albrecht Louis F, roofer, r 2429 Har- 



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.\lbrecht & Schoen (Albert Albrecht and 

Albert Schoen) liquors, 163, 7th 
.\Ibrefezenski Casmir, foreman Pac Roll- 
ing Mills, r 32 Belcher 
Alhrige John, lab, r 303 Pixley Av 
.Vlhright Elizabeth B Mrs, stewardess 

str Mongolia 
Albright G Prank, salesman W W Mon- 
tague & Co. r Fruitvale 
Albright Ira N. elk, r 1166 Page 
Albright Una S, widow, r 1702 Folsom 
Albright William D, salesman Ham- 
mer-Bray Co, r Oakland 
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725 O'Farrell 



;azar Theatre 
props, 116 O'Farrell 
Aldacosia Raphael J, barber, 



mach, r 3541, 20tlh 
O'Farrell 
Belasco & Mayer 



319 Lon- 
don 

Aldacosia Robert J, bajrber, r 4284 Mis- 
sion 
AIiSEir BEBTBAK T, M D, physician 
and surgeon, office 751 Sutter, hours 
3 to 5 pm, tel Private Bx 751, r 1071 
Page, tel Park 451 
Alden Charles, elk Lindstrom & John- 
son, r 415 Sutter 
Alden John E. toolmkr, r 369, 1st 
Alden Oliver, driver, r 4509, 18th 
Alden Samuel B, gardener, r 1616 Hayes 
Alden Samuel W, ealker, r 531 Howard 
Alden Seth F (S F Alden & Co) r 2386 

Green 
Alden S F & Co (S F Alden) railroad 

supplies, Rialto Bldg 
Alden Victoria, widow, r 2093 Bush 
Alder J D, asst physical directo 

T M C A, r 415 Jones 
Alderman Annie, widow, r 23 Alleen Av 
Alderman Henry P, news agt; r eor 

Haight and Fillmore 
Alderman Rupert L (Hayden, Alderman, 
Oakford) atty, Parrott Bldg, r 824 
Post 
Alderney Farm Dairy, 509 Naples 
Alderson Annie E Mrs, teacher pub 

schools, r 848 (Jough 
AIiDEBSOH FBEDEBICX I^, vice-pres 
Tayler & Spotswood Co, 133-139 Fre- 
mont, r 2628 Sacramento 
AiaiEBSOK KABBT E, physician and 
surgeon, 1312 Market, Callaghan 
Bldg, tel Mint 2961. hours 12;30 and 
5 to 6 pm, Sundays by appointment, 
r 848 GOugh, tel Hyde 3971 
Alderson John B, r 1302 Page 
Alderson William H, civil engr, r 848 

Aides Arthur M. r 2526 Turk 
Aldimate P, lab, r 404 Broadway 
Aldine The, apartments, 404 Turk 
Aldis John Mrs, widow, r 1452 Saji 

Bruno Av 
Aldrieh Albert J. elk S P Co, r 3992 Sac- 
ramento 
Aldrieh Benjamin F, seaman, r 114 Jaek- 

Aldrieh C T, r 480 Ellis 

Aldrieh Frederick D, condtr Cal St RR, 

r 1836 Hyde 
Aldrieh George A, r Occidental Hotel 
Aldrieh J D, salesman Bibo Newman 

Co Inc, r Franklin Hotel 
Aldrieh John L, mgr Growers' Co-opera- 
tive Agency, r Ryde, Saeramento Co 
Aldrieh John M, elev opr, r 20% Freelon 
Aldrieh Louise, widow, r 2322 Clay 
AliDBICB ST'UABT, supt money order 

div Postoffiee, r 1560 Sacramento 
Aldrieh Virginia, widow, r 149, 9th 
AIJJBICH WUJAAM T, sec Globe En- 
gineering Co and vice-pres Globe 
Sheet Metal Wks, 115 New Mont- 
gomery, r 2322 Clay, tel Scott 2082 
Aldridge Henry, candies, 1051 Folsom 
Aldridge W E, harnessmkr, r 502 O'Far- 
rell 
Aldridge William, propr Crescent Bowl- 
ing Alley, r 807 Geary 
Alessio Frank, shoemkr, 405 Broadwav 
Alessio Louis, tailor, 8 Montgomery Av, 

r 225% Francisco 
Alexander A. actor, r 110 Eddy 
Alexander Abrahaim, r 682 Clementina 
Alexander Abraham, teamster, r 212% 

Langton 
Alexander Abraham A, pressman, r 1441 

Stevenson 
Alexander Acheson, salesman Goldberg, 
Bowen & Co. r Oakland 



iiie International Mercantile & Trust Go. 



Parrott Building 



CONKLIN'S 



STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

l^i^he 316 AND 318 LARKIN STREET 



ALE 



CROCKEKLANGLEV 




Alexander Alfred H 

Guerrero 
Alexander Andrew. 

Mission 
Alexander Archibald M. sal 

Sternheim & Son, r 1300 Market 
Alexander Archie M. medical student, r 

U32 Willard 
Alexander Arthur P, weigher, r 1533 

Taylor 
Alexander Benjamin, porter, r 1094 Clay 
Alexander Bernard F, creditman Gorham 

Rubber I'o. r 3021 Washington 



Alexander C. mech Thomas Day Co. r 
454c Minna 

Alexander Center G, carpet layer, r 1182 
Guerrero 

Alexander Charles, r 1108 Stockton 

Alexander Charles, silversmith, r 207V4, 
nth 

Alexander Charles H, ironwkr, r 1182 
Guerrero 

Alexander Charles M, salesman W P 
Fuller & Co, r Alameda 

Alexander Charles M, elk George P Ide & 
Co. r Oakland 

Alexander Charles O Mrs, widow, r 2521 
Broadway 

Alexander Clifford, lab, r 61 Zoe 

Alexander C P Mrs, widow, r 13 Glen 
Park Av 

AXiEZANSES SAinSI. B (Alexander 
& Church) atty-at-law, 404 Crossiey 
Bldg. tei Main 587, r 1434 Taylor, tel 
Red 2319 

Alexander David B, condtr f RR. r 910 
Capp 

Alexander Earle R, salesman Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Co, r 1109 Clay 

Alexander Edgar, marine sec New Zeal- 
and Ins Co, r Sausalito 

Alexander Edward, fireman, r 213V4 Te- 
hama rear 

Alexander Edward A, elk, r 702 Point 
Lobos Av 

Alexander Edward S, medical student, 
r 1432 Willard 

Alexander Edwin C, asst foreman com- 
posing rooms Call, r 706 Polk 

Alexander Elizabeth, widow, r 366H. 11 th 

Alexander Ernest, asst librarian, r 1 
Martha PI 

Alexander Ernest, driver Shasta Laun- 
dry, r 1915 Polk 

Alexander Ernest R. student, r 597 Mc- 
Allister 

Alexander Ezekiel. master str Santa 
Rosa, r Oakland 

Alexander F J. salesman Raphael's, r 222 
Eddy 

Alexander Frank, chipper, r 868 Mission 

Alexander Frank A, mining. Call Bldg 

Alexander Frank F, r 1060 Ellis 

Alexander Frank F, mach, r 907',4 Capp 

Alexander Frank L, barber, r 327 Mont- 
gomery Av 

Alexander George, r 1920 California 

Alexander George, lab, r 14 Hawthorne 

Alexander George, lab, r 520. 3d 

Alexander George A. sec Alexander-Yost 
Co. r 324 Maple 

Alexander George E. atty, r 1158 Haight 

A^BZAHSEB OEOBOE I., mgr Ameri- 
can Type Founders Co, 405-409 San- 
nome, r 952 Bush 

Alexander George M, salesman A 
Schwartz, r 7«2 Bush 

Alexander George W. tailor, r 1511 Geary 

Alexander George Webb Mrs, pres Alex- 
ander-Yost Co 

Alexandri Giuseppe (Biagini, De Santl & 
Alesandrl) r 33 Prescott Ct 

Alexander Harry (Alexaml. r & I i.m/.lg.ri 
r 1562 W.hstor 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

mM2 8'"StMkndXd 

PHONE MAIN 3ZS 



Alexander Harry S, elk Pay Dept USA, 

r 1007 Larkin 
Alexander Hattie, widow, r 1055 Pacific 
Alexander Henry C, painter, r 316 Pixky 

Alexander Herbert, plater, r 229^4 Clara 

Alexander H J, janitor Horace Mann 
Grammar School, r 120 Fair O-aks 

Alexander Homer W. bkkpr, r 56 Home- 
stead 

Alexander Horace M, foreman Town Talk 
Printing Co, r 1002 Geary 

Alexander Hotel, 352 Gea,Ty 

Alexander House, 759 Market 

Alexander Isaac, expressman, r 107 
Langton 

Alexander Isaac S. cigars, 209 Pine, 
r 1765 Post 

Alexander Isadore. elk White House, 
r 1915 Polk 

Alexander Jacob, propr G G Mattress 
Co, r 2030 Pine 

Alexander James (James Alexander & 
Co) r 1562 Webster 

Alexander James B. carp, r 510 Andover 
Av 

Alexander James J. packer, r 4039, 26th 

Alexander James & Co (James Alexander) 
mfrs pants, 119 Bush 

Alexander Jane Mrs, r 2507 Pine 

Alexander Jesse L, master mariner, r 
3860, 18th 

Alexander Jesse R, elk Car Record offlre 
S P Co, r 597 McAllister 

Alexander Jewel, atty, 230 Montgom.ry, 
r 1020 Van Ness Av 

Alexander John, r 3394. 16th 

Alexander John. lab. r 10 Eve 

Alexander John, lab, r 1006 Hyde 

Alexander John, mining, r 411 Jones 

Alexander John A. rigger, r 3S13 Army 

Alexander John E (Morehouse & Alex- 
ander) atty, 310 Pine, r San Jose, 
Cal 

Alexander John E (R S Alexander & 
Son) r San Rafael 

Alexander John J, upholst. 1200 Eddy, r 73 
Duboce Av 

Alexander Jonathan, mining eng, r 1717 
Baker 

Alexander Joseph (Alexander & Erriehilzi 
r NW cor 2d and Folsom 

Alexander Joseph (Charles Kellus & Co) 
r 2311 Broadway 

Alexander Joseph, agt. r 1622 Buchanan 

Alexander Joseph, lab. r 608 Folsom 

Alexander Joseph, peddler, r 867 How- 
ard 

Alexander Joseph, propr Standard House, 
620 Jackson 

Alexander Judith W Mrs, nurse, r 42 Val- 
ley 

Alexander Julius M, elk W F & Co Ex, 
r 361 Sutter 

Alexander Laura, widow, r I Martha PI 

Alexander Leo, bookkpr Mrs Ellse A 
Drexler. r 3021 Washington 

Alexander Leo V. (L & M Al<>xander & 
Co) r Hotel Granada 

Alexander Loren. draftsman Polton Wa- 
ter Wheel Co, r 1434 Taylor 

.Mexander Louis L, salesman White 

Hou.se. r isnr, Polk 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN & CO. 



54.-56 First St. 



S.H, 

Harmon 

Lumber 

Co. 

LUMBER 
TANKS 

PLANING 
MILL 

OFFICE 

4i7Saf8 Deposit 
Building 

328 Montgomer) St. 



iHiili 



Western Fuel Go. 

Winers and Shippers 



IKEK-LA.NGI.EY DIRECTORY. 



ALI 



International Banking 
Corporation 

Otaeral Baaklag Buslaess Transmcttd 
Forelta Bxcbaage a Specially 

Seepage 1. 



ALEXANDER L. & M. & CO. 

(I.eo E. and Michael S. Alexander) 
agrts I.. C. Smith & Bros (visible) 
typewriter, typewriters' supplies and 
mfrs' rubber stamps, 110 Monterom- 
ery 
Alexander Martin P, plumber, r 1182 

Guerrero 
Alexander Mary E, widow, r 907"^ Capp 
Alexander Mary J widow, r 1557 Treat Av 
Alexander Mary L, widow, r 1818, 11th 

Av 
Alexander Maternity Home, 3700 Califor- 
nia 
Alexander Michael S (L & M Alexander 

& Co) r Hotel Granada 
Alexander Milton O, r 1920 California 
Alexander Mitchell, printer, r 620 Baker 
Alexander Moses, carpet layer, r 314 

Langton 
Alexander M R, elk J H Mehrtens. r 479 

McAllister 
Alexander Pauline, widow, dressmkg, r 1 

White's PI 
Alexander Pauline, widow, r 1352 Pill- 
Alexander P C. resident physician Cal 

Woman's Hospital, 3118 Sacramento 
Alexander Rae Miss, school teacher, r 

1562 Webster 
Alexander Richard G, wireman Board of 

State Harbor Corns, r 16 Ivy Av 
Alexander Robert (Fcder & Alexander) 
Alexander Robert, lab. r 1405. 6th Av 

South 
Alexander Robert J, salesman Pac Shirt 

Co, r 61 Scott 
Alexander Robert L, with J S Ryan, 

r 2031 Oak 
Alexander Roblna J Miss, r 1919 Webster 
Alexander R S & Son (J E Alexander) 

mfrs' agts, 35 Steuart 
Alexander S, elev opr, r 429 Bush 
Alexander Samuel, car painter U RR, 

r 1420 O'Farrell 
Alexander Samuel, tailor, 527 Sansome, 

r 549 Grove 
Alexander Sel, mach W T Garratt & Co 
Alexander Selig, r 1511 Geary 
Alexander Sylvester, carp, r 1427b Mis- 
sion 
Alexander Thomas, umbrella repr, 424Vi 
Montgomery and 1061 Market, r 905 
Bush 
Alexander Thomas B, teamster, r 54 Mc- 

Lea Ct 
Alexander Tina, widow, r 10 Sunny Ct 
Alexander W, propertyman Tivoli Opera 

House, r 905 Market 
Alexander Wallace M, vice-pres Alexan- 
der & Baldwin Ltd, 308 Market, r 
Oakland 
Alexander Wallace V, whsle lumber, 5 

Market, r 2523 Gough 
Alexander Walter C, coachman, r 2404 

Greenwich 
Alexander Warren D, blksmith, r 163, 9th 
Alexander William, elk Welch & Co. 

r 1S24 Webster 
Alexander William, marker White Star 

Lau;idry, r 1332 Stevenson 
Alexandir William C. r 437 Gough 
Alexander William D Jr, mining, 503 



AZiEXANBEB WIT.T.TAM E, sec Citizens 
Alliance of S P, 501 Crossley Bldg 

Alexander William P, painter, r 320 Pix- 
ley Av 

Alexander William H. r 915 Jackson 

Alexander William H, janitor, r 3508, 24th 

Alexander William J, liquors, 2848 Baker, 
r 413, 43d Av 

Alexander William W, chairmkr, r 1 Camp 

Alexander W R, pulleyman U RR, r 1746 
Ellis 

Alexander W R, salesman Regal Shoe Co, 
r 914 Ellis 

AIiEXANDEB-TOST CO, Mrs George 
Webb Alexander pres, Thomas E Ha- 
ven vice-pres, George A Alexander sec, 
Edwin Jones mgr, hardware, tools, 
technical and scientific books, 401 
Market 

AIiSXAITDEB b BAiaj-nniT, I.TD, H P 
Baldwin pres, W O Smith sec, shipping 
and com mchts, 308 Market 

AI,EXAin>EB & CBUBCB (Daniel B 
Alexander and William S Church) 
Attys-at-law, 404 Crossley Bldg. tel 



Ma 



687 



California 



Alexander & Danziger (H Alexander and 
S Danziger) mfrs clothing, 20 San- 
some 

Alexander & Erdelatz (J Alexander and 



Alexandra, jewelry, 752 Market 
Alexandri Joseph, agt, r 1622 Buchanan 
Alexich Eli R, cook, r 721 Golden Gate Av 
Alexlch Gregory, salesman J Ivancovich 

& Co, r 1314 Mason 
AlexsandrofC Theodor. cook, r 1715 Powell 
Alfendahl Victor H, sec, r 600 C 
Alferitz Geo C & Co, wool com mchts, 

412 Battery 
Alferitz George C (Geo C Alferitz & Co) 

r 2399 Jones 
Alferitz Henry (Geo C Alferitz & Co) 

r 2299 Jones 
Alferitz L Mrs (Geo C Alferitz & Co) 

r 2299 Jones 
Alflere Joseph S, baker, r 1234 Folsom 
Alfonso Adolph, mach, r 1000 Washington 
Alfonso Joseph H, tea,cher Spanish, 

r 1015 Ellia 
Alford Thomas F, ins agt, r 27b Kissling 
Alford Thomas K (McCosker & Alford) 

r 90, 2d 
AI.FOBD WTT.T.IAW H, atty-at-law, 
1101-1106 Mutual Savings Bank Bldg, 
r Olympic Club 
Alforno Babtlste, r 14 Jansen 
Alfred Leoni, widow, dressmkg, 1500 Ma- 
son 
Alfs H, driver, r 2969, 24th 
AI^FS 'W^Ii;i.ZAai (Naber, Alfs & Brune) 

r Alameda 
Alger Elizabeth H, widow, r 1407 McAl- 
lister 
Alger James, lab, r 115 Gilbert rear 
Alger John, packer Q M Dept USA 
Alger Oliver E, enginr, r 2770, 21st 
Algren John, r 2717 Harrison 
Algren W W, marine enginr, r 560 How- 
ard 
C^Algren. See Ahlgrcn 
AZ.HAMBBA NATUBAI^ MZNEBAXi 

•WATEB CO, 1302 Turk 
Alhambra Theatre, 240 Eddy 
Aliamus August, driver, r 2414a Mission 
Alibertini Evaristo, elk, r 5 Kent rear 
Alice Hollman Memorial Church, Paris nr 



Chi) 



Av 



Alijo Alberto C, pantryman, r 19 John 
Alila Land Co, A E Ladewig sec, 117 

Montgomery 
Alinsky Sarah, widow, r 145 Natoma 
Alioto Joseph, elk, r 125, 9th 
Alison Belle, widow, r 1219 Mission 
Alison Charles S. enginr. r 1219 Mission 



TII[JOIiNM.KL[IN[L[CTRICIlLCO 

W. J. MORGAN, President AND Manager 

105-107 Battery St. Tel. 



Telegraph, Telephone and Electric 
Light Supplies, Electrical Engi- 
neering, Contracting and Manu- 
Main 389 facturing. 



Alison Lester W. undertaker, r 1219 Mis- 
sion 

Alison William H, marine englnr. 36 East 
St South 

ICAlison. See Allison 

Alkalay Betty, widow, r 557 Valencia 

Alkalay Leopold J (Lacroix & Alkalay) 
r 1767 Howard 

AJkIre H H, asst paymaster U 8 N 
Training Station 

Alkus Emil, shoes, 122, Gth, r 1126 Bu- 
chanan 

All Hollows Church (R C) cor 16th Av 
South and N, Rev M Cornelius rector 

All Saints Church (Episcopal) Rev B M 
Wreden rector. Masonic Av nr Halght 

Allaf John R. mach U I Wks, r 1526. ISth 
Av 

Allaire John W, salesman White House, 
r 107 Fell 

Allan A C Mrs, widow, r 650 Hampshire 

Allan Alfred D. elk Local Freight S P Co, 
r 2222 Pine 

Allan Clarence E, mgr R F Allan, 1224, 
9th Av. r 319 Clement 

Allan George, millwright, r 121 Liberty 

Allan George B, elk U RR 

Allan George E, lab. r 243 Langton 

Allan Harry C, student, r 619^ Valencia 

Allan Henry A, pres Company No 7, r 
Oakland 

Allan Herbert S, elk A Crocker & Bro, r 
319 Clement 

Allan James (James Allan & Co) r 1100 
Railroad Av 

Allan James & Co (James Allan and E 
L Klein) whsle butchers, 1st Av South, 
ofBce 410 Kearny 

Allan J Courtenave, with Pac Coast Pa- 
per Co, r 903 McAllister 

Allan John E. rugmkr, r 137a, 13th 

Allan John E Mrs. widow, r 1 Wood- 
ward's Av 

Allan J W. solicitor. Calkins Newspaper 
Syndicate, r Alameda 

Allan Mary, widow, r 607 Shotwell 

Allan R I Mrs, dressmkg, 619V4 Valencia 

Allan Robert, musician, r 2771 Folsom 

Allan Robert E, elk C Frocllch, r 1516 
Castro 

Allan Robert F. dry goods. 319 Clement 
and 1224, 9th Av. r 319 Clement 

Allan Robert I. foreman mach Cal. Barrel 
Co. r 619V4 Valencia 

Allan Thomas A. elk Page. McCutchen 
& Knight, r 319 Clement 

Allan William, sail mkr. r 309 Minna 

Allan William R. driller, r 607 Shotwell 

CAIlan. See Allen and Allyne 

Allanson John, mach, r 102 Woolsey 

Allard Dcino D. furniture dlr. r 114 Hayes 

C7Allard. See Ellard 

Allardt Charles F. draftsman Chas C 
Moore & Co, r Oakland 

Allardyce Alexander M, elk P S Tel & 
Tel Co, r 3117 California 

Allardyce Charles A, engraver Hammer- 
smith & Field, r Alameda 

Allarl Hermann, provisions Cal Market, 
r 1054 Larkin 

Allarl Louis G. bartr. 523. Gth 

Allarton The. lodgings. 1032 Market 

Allbrlght Annie, widow, r 1806 McAllister 

rr.Mibrlght. See Albright 

,»u...,,, rjeorge P. bkkpr Cal Elec Wk«. 
r, McAllister 

Frederick D, bartndr, r 367 
cht 
!■ rdlnand. porter, r 10 Hopeton Ter 

ALLEC J. NEW PARISIAN DYEING 

AHB CiaiAKTINO WORKS (Inc) 
main office and workB 2148-2164 Fol- 
■ om, t«l Miaslon 264. branch 39 Tay- 
lor, tel South 311. 134 Powell, tel 
Main 1533 uid 155« Polk. t«l Eaat 815 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



AZ.I.i:C JEAK, pres and mgr New Pari- 
sian Dyeing and Cleaning Wks, 2148- 
2164 Folsom, r 2397 Folsom 

Ai.i.EoaAinr vaxajsta co, c c Tripp 

sec, 4 6 Nevada Block 
Allegrlnl Rafaelo, liquors. 400 Broadway. 

r 919 Green 
Alleguede, Marie, widow, r 1659, 12th Av 

South 
Alleguede Maurice, tanner, r 1659, 12th 

Av South 
Allemand A A, r S12b Larkin 
Allemand August, clothes cleaner, r 780 

Treat Av 
AUemann Charles E. groceries. 1126 Lar- 
kin. r 1116 Larkin 
Allemann Lena, widow, r 913 Natoma 
Allen A B. solicitor Bulletin, r 534 Polk 
Allen Ada H. widow, r 4 Martha PI 
Allen Addle, widow, r 107 Collins 
Allen A E, r 1224 Pine 

Allen A E Mrs. widow, r 1131 O'Farrell 
Allen Alanson R. painter, r 316a. 6th 
Allen Albert (Allen & Alien) r 10 Hyde 



All. 



Liber 



324 Bu 



ALLEN ALBERT A. 

mgr irorthweBtem National Ins Co, 
328 Montgomery, rooms 315-218, tel 
Main 1666, r The CaUfomia Hotel 

Allen Albert J. r 331 Guerrero 
Allen Alexander, sail mkr. r 309 Minna 
Allen Alice, widow, r 73""/4 Howard 
Allen Amos G. elk P S Tel & Tel Co. r 

437 Austin Av 
Allen Amy. widow, r 1119V4 Howard 
Allen Anne, widow, r 556 Ashbury 
Allen Anthony M. lab. r 138 Francisco 
Allen Archibald P. carp, r NW cor Lis- 
bon and Italy Av 
Allen Aron G. tailor, r 122 Turk 
Allen Arthur M, reporter Chronicle, r 

Berkeley 
Allen Austin S. pub. r 739 Van Ness Av 
Allen A W, elk. r 608 O'Farrell 
Allen Carl H, ganger U S Internal Rev- 
enue, r Berkeley 
Allen Cassandra L. widow, notions, 1531 

Sanchez 
Allen C B, qtrmaster str Manchuria 
Allen Charles, bartr, r 507, 20th 
Allen Charles, elk. r 220, 3rd 
Allen Charles, cook, r 200. 22d 
Allen Charles, englnr. r 1600 Kentucky 
Allen Charles B. mach. r 674 Howard 
Allen Charles D. r 2111 Pine 
Allen Charles E. master mariner, office 

324 Berry 
Allen Charles F, car bidr S P Co. r 232 

Capp 
Allen Charles F. mining, r 331 Eddy 
Allen Charles H. salesman, r 1245 Ma- 
sonic Av 
Alien Charles J. bricklr. r 1676 Turk 
Allen Charles M. opr Dept Electricity, r 

3022 Pine 
Allen Charles R, pres Charles R Allen 

Co. r Oakland 
AZO^jr CKAB^ES K OO, Chartea R 
Allen pres. (}<K>rKe J Cowan vlce-pres. 
Frank G Coxhead sec, whsle c<>al. 144 
Sti iiart. tel Main 1845 and Broadway 
Wli.irf, Oakland 



RING UP PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 

The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 



27 TENTH STREE^ 



WESTERN FUEL CO.'"^af'- 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



ALL 



Most folks 
deal here 

on account of the 

Quality 

of the goods we sell 



0DL1BERIS 

BQWEN 
&CD. 



Allen C J. elk Station Bureau S P Co, r 

1773 Market 
Allen C J Mrs, artist, r 717 Ellis 
Allen Clara, widow, r 718V4 Grove 
Allen Clarence B. mach, r 743 McAllister 
Allen Cornelia, nurse, r 1435 Steiner 
Allen Daniel, painter Clarke & Dickson 
Allen Daniel A, mach. r 711 Stockton 
Allen Daniel H, electn, r 732 Franklin 
Allen Darwin A, lino opr, r 1911 Green 
Allen David, tel opr Postal Tel & C Co, 

r 530 Golden Gate Av 
Allen David C, mfrs' agt, 578 Mission 

r Oakland 
Allen David H, storekeeper Wieland 

Brewery, r 2112 Steiner 
Allen Declan, blacksmith, r 1580 How- 
ard 
Allen Delia, widow, r 11 Kate 
Allen Edward, bartr, r 1734 Folsora 
Allen Edward, carp, r 46 Ivy Av 
Allen Edward, roofer, r 67a Zoe 
Allen Edward Rev S J, r 214 Hayes 
.Mien Edward F, carp, r 1207 Mont- 
gomery 
.\llen Edward O, atty, Mills Bldg, r San 

Rafael 
.Allen Edwin J, lab, r 608 Natoma 
,\llen Elizabeth, widow, r 959 Kentucky 
Allen Elisiabeth J, widow, r 15 Sherwood 

PI 
Allen Ellen, widow, r 1207 Montgomery 
Allen Elsie Miss, nurse. Lane Hospital 
Allen Ernest, salesman N T Belting and 

Packing Co (Ltd) r 239 Geary 
AUen E S, r 2285 Market 
Allen B T, office 414 Market, r 2204 

Jackson 
.\llen Ethan R, carp, r 772 Lisbon 



ndtr U RR, r 3022 



.■VUen Eugene 

Pine 
Allen Everett A. plumber, r 717 Ellis 
.\llen Fannie, widow, r 503 Van Ness Av 
Allen Fi-ank. bakery, 52'5 Taylor 
.\llen Prank, electn, r 700 Fell 
.\llen Frank, marine enginr, r 632 Mis- 
sion 
Allen Prank, painter, r 3460, 20th 
.\llen Prank, porter, r 861 Market 
Allen Frank A, harnessmkr 83 9 Folsom. 

r 639 Geary 
.411en Frank H, bkkpr Joseph Dixon 

Crucible Co, r Oakland 
Allen Frank P, driver S F Laundry, r 

48 Blake 
.A.llen Frank W, elk O P Crozier, r 1419 

California 
Allen Fred, packer, r 2710 Pine 
.Vllen Fred C, elk The F Chevalier Co, 

r 4113 California 
Allen Fred W, liquors, 100, 1st, r 4176a 

20th 
.\llen Frederick E, foreman Usona Mfg 

Co, r San Leandro 
.\llen Frederick M C. mach, r 181, 13th 
Allen George, carp, r 217, 3d 
.lien George, lab, r 67a Zoe 
Allen George, searman, r 820 Battiery 
Allen George A, master mariner, 1 Fer- 
ry Bldg 
Allen George B, druggist, r 3 Haight 
Allen George E, elk, r 964 Eddy 
Allen George E, with Pac Hardware & 

Ste.I Co, r 434 Linden Av 
Allen G-'.rse F. r S51d Capp 



.\llen George H, laundryman, r 4134, 
26th 

.\llen George L, ins. r Lick House 

.Allen Geoi-ge L, with Cadogan & Mc- 
Clure, r 3 Haight 

Allen George P, physician, 21 Powell, r 
620 Turk 

.Allen George W, factory supt -Argonaut 
Tea & Spice Co, r 333, 5th Av 

Allen George W, lab, r 1'500 Kentucky 

Allen Greenville, cranesman, r 1500 Ken- 
tucky 

Allen Gustave, teamster, r 549 Fulton 

Allen H A, salesman Tillmann & Bendel, 
r 1518 Franklin 

AUen Harry, mech Oal Elec Wks, r 620 
Turk 

Allen Harry E, enginr, r 145a Fair Oaks 

Allen Harry E, vet surgeon (dentist) 
68 Albion Av , 

.Allen Harry I, traveling agt, r 1531 
Sanchez 

Allen Harry L, condtr S P Co, r 244a, 
12th 

-Allen Harry S, journalist, r 955 Clayton 

Allen Henry, lab, r 107, 5th 

AI^IiEir HUNtfY T (successor to -Allen 
& Lewis in S F) shipping and com- 
mission merchant, agt -Atlas Assur- 
ance Co, 202 Oalifornia. r Ross Sta- 
tion, Marin Co 

-Allen Henry G, dentist, 807 Sutter, r 
1301 Sacramento 

Allen Henry T, bridgeman, r 31 Harriet 

Allen Henry W, elk local frgt S P C 
r Berkeley 

Allen Herbert W, physician, 546 Sutte 
r 1300 Washington 

-Allen Herman C, lab, r 422b Fremont 

Allen H M, asst dist supt Pullman Co, 
r Oakland 

-Allen Horace H, sec Morgan & Allen Co, 
r 2847 Broderick 

-Alien Hubert H, with Dunham, Carrigan 
& Hayden Co, r 272 Carl 

Allen Hugh W, stenog, r 1911 Green 

Allen 1 C, r 1086 Pine 

-Allen Isaac, reporter, r 1267 Ellis 

AX-I-EN ISAAC P, accountant Russo- 
Chinese Bank, 412 Montgomery, r 
1086 Pine 

Allen James, butcher, r 1311, 7th 
South 

-Allen James, teamster, r 959 Kentucky 

-Allen James B, propr Pacific Hat Wks, 
51, 5 til 

-Allen James E, electn, r 318 Laguna 

-Allen James G, agt Joseph Dixon Cru- 
cible Co, r Oakland 

Allen James G, master mariner, r 874a 
Valencia 

-Allen James I. elk H A Davenport, r 



403 



17th 



AIO-EN JAMES M, atty-at-law, 305 San- 
some, r 3406 Washington 
Allen James M, riveter, r 630 Valencia 
Allen James P, teamster, r 2116a Howard 
Allen Jerome A, mfrs' agt, 809 Market, 

r 857 Suttler 
Allen J H, r 480 Ellis 

Allen J J, yardman S P Co, r 2639 How- 
ard 
Allen John, carp, r 681 Pennsylvania Av 
-Allen John, fisherman, r 536. 3d 
Allen John, hostler, r 1277 Bush 
Allen John, lab, r 2009 Dupont 
Allen John, liquors, 85 City Hall Av, r 

518 Eddy 
Allen John, mach, r 2 Harry PI 
Allen John, ship fitter, r 507. 20th 
Allen John, stoker engine 7, r 3164, 16th 
Allen John, teamster, r 959 Kentucky 
Allen John B, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co, r 1245 Masonic Av 
Allen John D, car insp, r 826 York 
Allen John H, 1st lieut U S A. asst 
geon Presidio, r 960 Bush 



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Allen John J. with Morse D and P Sys- 

tf-m. r 2521 Harrison 
Allt-n John M, architect, r 2S52 Railroad 

Av 
Allen John N. teamster, r r.31 McAllister 
Allen John P (Allen & Dreher) r GOT 

Stockton 
Allen John R. marine englnr. r G32 How- 
ard 
Allen John R. Ry pr>stal elk, r 2133 Mis- 
Allen John S. salesman Roos Bros, r 514 

Church 
Allen John \V. r 677 Ash Av 
Allen Joseph, elk. r 2009 Diipont 
Allen Joseph, lab. r 32 Clementina 
Allen Joseph, porter, r 1013 Clay 
Allen Joseph C. chiropodist. 28. 7th 
Allen Joseph L, cigars. 515 Montgomery, 

r CD7 Stockton 
Allen Joseph W E. condtr V RR, r 331 

Eddy 
Allen Kate W, widow, r 28B9 Broderick 
Allen L, motrm IT RR, r 1752 Eniis 
Allen Lalla T, widow, r 1301 Sacramento 
Allen Lewis H. sec and treas McCann. 

Belcher & Allen, r 1300 Washington 
Allen Lewis S. elk M J Brandenstein & 

Co, r 836 Broadway 
Allen Lewis W. physician, 391 Sutter, 

r 1900 Devlsadero 
Allen Lizzie J Mrs, bakerv 743 McAl- 
lister 
Allen Ix)Tenzo. r 2231 Powell 
Allen Louis L. foreman painter Clarke 

& Dickson, r 772 Lisbon 
Allen Lucius, com mer, r 2710 Broadway 
Allen Mamie T Mrs, dressmkg. 138 

F'rancisco 
Allen Margaret Mrs. Janitrlx Cleveland 

school, r 311 Shotwell 
Allen Marlon Miss, adjuster V S Mint. 

r 2217 California 
Allen Mary, widow, r 631 McAllister 
Allen Mary B. widow, r 2213 Mason 
Allen Mary G, widow, dressmkg. 964 

Eddy 
Allen Matthew, glass cutter, r 1049 Mis- 
sion 
Allen Melbourne D. motrm U RR, 

r 19 FYancls 
Allen Melville, lab, r 1500 Kentucky 
Allen Michael, r 3015 Buchanan 
Allen Michael, brass melter U 

r 324 Pennsylvania Av 
Allen Michael, carp, r 101% Michigan 
Allen Miles B, elk car record office S 

P Co. r 1911 Green 
Allen Milton, fireman, r 2328 Folsom 
Allen Monty, porter, r 150 Tehama 
Allen M S, stenog. r 2206 California 
Allen Nathan, waiter, r 156 Tehama 
Allen Nellie A, osteopathic physician. 

121 G«ary. r 813 Howard 
Allen Nellie G, widow, r 576 MoAlllster 
Allen O M. elk Golden Eagle Distilleries 

Co, r 911% Treat 



Wks, 



Allen Peter W, expressman, r 541 Ca:i- 

tro 
Allen Philip G. gaugcr f S internal rev- 
enue, r 1301 Sacramento 
Allen R, musician, r 2771 Folsom 
Allen Ray (Allen & Allen) r 10 Hyde 
Allen Richard, lab, r 2611 Pine 
Allen Richard J, capt engine 20. r 1925 

Greenwich 
Allen Richard S, cashier Henry Cowr-ll 

Lime & Cement Co. r 331 Guerrero 
Allen Robert F, boilermkr. r 3999. 18th 
.*llen Robert F Mrs, Uikery, 399:i. 18th 



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California JslVHE 

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Co and pres International Mercantile 

Co, r 2869 Broderick 
Allen Roy E, mach, r 3999. 18th 
Allen Samuel, furniture dealer, r 113S 

Howard 
Allen Samuel J. bkkpr Crescent Feather 

Co, r 44 2 Scott 
Allen Sara H. teacher pub school.<!. r 272 

Carl 
Allen Seth A. cigars, 29 Market, r 308 

Van Ness Av 
A£I>Eir SSERHAK T, pres Am Mineral 

Exploration Co. Gray Eagle Cons M 

Co. Fall (Veek G M Co and Banner 

Hill G M Co. 601 James Flood Bldg. 

r Oakland 
AIiIiEIT SHIPPINQ CO, office 144 Steu- 

Allen Stewart H, salesman J A Allen, 

r 857 Sutter 
Allen Susan, widow, r 1728 Fillmore 
Allen Susan K. widow, turn rooms, 612 

Eddy 
Allen Susie Mrs. janltrlx Hawthorne 

prim school, r 2771 Folsom 
Allen Tandry J, painter, r lb Colton 
Allen Thomas, dredger hand, r 507, 20th 
.Allen Thomas, driver, r 10 Florida 
Allen Thomas, lab. r 613 Mission 
Allen Thomas, porter, r 444 Brannan 
Allen Thomas B. r 114 Liberty 
Allen T J. purser str City of Peru 
Allen Van B. painter r 772 Lisbon 
Allen W A. elk aud disbursements S P 

O), r 616 Bush 
Allen Waldo F. elk Pelton Water Wheel 

Co, r 362 Jessie 
Allen Walter M, ry postal elk, r 226 

Liberty 
Allen W F, maeh Fulton I Wks. r 620 

Turk 
Allen Wilbur T, strapmkr, r 756a Har- 
rison 
Allen Wiley B, pres Wiley B Allen Co, 

T 3320. 21.«t 
Allen Wiley B Co Bldg. 933 Market 

aiiX>i;n wxurr b co the, Wlley B 

Allen pres, pianos. 931 Market, tel 

South 230 
Allen Wlllard F, bkkpr Cal Mill Co, r 

637 Bush 
Allen William, r 2507 Pine 
Allen William, chief eng SS Doric, r 

36 Noe 
Allen William, elk John T. DouglaJt Co, 

r 321 Ellis 
Allen William, expressman, r 142 Pix- 

ley Av 
Allen William, lab Palace Hotel 
Allen William, lab S P Co, r 251 Dore 
Allen William, mach, r 2 Harry PI 
Allen William A, purser str Cnren 
Allen William C, elk The Rosenblatt 

Co, r 814 C>>rbett Av 
Allen William D. mgr umbrella dept F 

Alexander, r 2067 Mission 
Allen William H. cook, r 849 Bryan't 
Allen William J, engineer, r 814 Corbett 



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31 8 C ALI FO R N I A STR E ET SEWER PIPE. TERRA COTTA 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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DRINK 



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BEST 




R. I.W, 



The Paint They 
TALK ABOUT 

See adv. Paint Mnfrs. 

A.W1LLK0MM,207 Sansome Street 



AIL 



William O, solicitor, r 449, 3Sth 



Allen William T, with Rock Island & 
Frisco System, r 623 Market 

Allen William W, elk Illin<yis Pac Glass 
Co, r 118 Capp 

Allen William W, cook, r 637 Linden Av 

Allen William W Jr (Allen & Hender- 
son) r 1585, 10th Av 

Allen William Z, brake adjuster U RR, 
r 813 Guerrero 

Allen Wyatt H (Cory, Meredith & Al- 
len) r San Anselmo, Cal 

Allen & Allen (Albert and Ray) plumb- 
ers, 1151 Mission 

.\Uen & r>reher (J P Allen and F L Dre- 
her) attys. Safe I>eposlt Bldg 

AI.I.EIT & aSITSERSON (William W 
Allen Jr and John W Henderson) 
attvs-at-law, 419 Parrott Bldg, tel 
South 1065 

Az-iiEir ft HiGQiNS i.ttmbi:r CO, 

James B Higgins pres, G B Lang sec, 
hardwood lumber and veneers, NB 
cor Howard and Spear 

cy Allen. See Allan and Allyn 

Allen's Press Clipping Bureau, 30 Cali- 
fornia 

Allenberg Charles, mining sec, 206 San- 
some, r 923 Hyde 

Allenberg Edward L, broker, r 945 Oak 

Allenberg Leo, liquors, 1248 Polk, r 1545 
Pine 

Allenberg Leopold, salesman Triest & 
CO, r 505 Devisadero 

Allende Andres C, printer, r 741 Broad- 

.\llender Ernest F, electn Prager's, r 9 

Hopeton Ter 
Allendorff Charles W, salesman O'Con- 
nor, Moffatt & Co, r 227 Hartford 
Allendorth Emma E Miss, adjuster U S 

Mint, r 134 Bt Rose Av 
Allensen Edward, paper carrier, r 37 

Harriet 
Alley Claud C. condtr U RR, r 712 Capp 
Alley George M, collar mkr, r 129, 3d 
Alleze Antone, brewer Enterprise Brew- 
ing Co 
Allezio Frederico, lab, r 520 Green 
Allgern William G. condtr, r 409, 29th 
Alliance Assurance Co (Berlin) 303 Cali- 

ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO. LTD. 

(Iiondon, Engr) Charles T MnllinB 
mgr, 416-418 California 

Alliance Building, 416-418 California 
Alliance Building and Loan Assn, 30 

Montgomery 
Alliance Marine and General Assurance 

Co, Ltd (London) J J Moore & Co, 

agts, 418 California 
Allied Printing Trades Council, D T 

Powers sec, 533 Kearny 
Alliguia Louis, can mkr, r 208a Utah 
Alliguie Firmin, fum rooms, 318 Kearny 
Ailing Emma, widow, r 313 Harriet 
AUingham Albert, carp, r 237 Golden Gate 

Av 
AUingham William, well borer, r 1113 

Guerrero 
AUio Poter, stone cutter, r 139 Faral- 

lones 
Allione Henry, waiter, r 2a Scotland 



Allioto John, fisherman, N 2118 Mason 
AI.I.IS-CaAI.MERS CO, founders and 

machinists, H V CroU mgr, 623 Kohl 

(Hayward) Bldg 
Allis Edmund C, mining. Crocker Bldg. r 

1704 Market 
Allis Mary Miss, furn rms, 70 Minna 
Allis Nettie, widow, r 760a Howard 
Allison. Archibald, r 1631 Howard 
Allison Charles N. mach. r 21 Gilbert 
Allison Charles P. yard foreman S P Co, 

r 642 Folsom 
Allison David E (James Higgins Co) 
Allison David E Jr. pres D E Allison & 

Co. r 200 Duboce .A.v 
Allison D E Mrs. r Hotel Bella Vista 
AI^IiISON S E ft CO, David E Allison 

Jr pres, E R Allison sec, com mer. 



Warehouse, r 3014a Sacramento 
Allison Edward, elk Frgt Aud S P Co, r 

537 3d 
Allison E R, sec D E Allison & Co, r 115 

Cherry 
Allison Frank J, r 319 Sutter 
Allison Henry H, carp, Q M Dept USA, 

r 281, 10th Av 
Allison James G, r 1003 Washington 
Allison John, foreman S F Construction 

Co 
Allison John, master mariner, r 709 Davis 
Allison. Joseph L. mach, r 2572 Market 
Allison Mary, widow, r 6 Zoe PI 
Allison R B, marine eng, 36 East St 

south 
Allison Robert T, expressman, r 1003 

Washington 
Allison Samuel H. salesman J J Gildea 

Co, r 242 Turk 
Allison Stephen H, with D M Osborne & 

Co, r Berkeley 
Allison S W. stenog, r 1101 Geary 
Allison Sydney, city agt New England 

Mutual Life Ins Co 
CyAUison. See Alison 
Allman George, driver, r 322 McAllister 
Allman Hanora, widow, r 56 Webster 
Allman Lawrence, chipper U I Wks, r 

612, 9th 
Allman Roger, master mariner, r 56 Web- 

ICT' Allman. See AUemann and Almon 
Allmand August, cook, r 619 Pacific 
Allmand Charles, gardener, r 619 Pacific 
Allmand Fiocelle, gardener, r 619 Pacific 
Allred Clifford, stair bldr, r 44 Latona 
Allsop J E Mrs (City Hall Printing Co) r 

Alameda 
Allsop Robert, bricklr. r 8581^ Folsom 
Allsop Thomas, mfrs' agt, 221 Front, r 

1051, 5th Av south 
Its' Allsop. See AIsop 
Allstrom Effle, widow, r 720 Church 
Alltucker Otto, painter, r 227. 19th Av 
Alluf John R. mach. r 1526. 19th Av south 
Allum Seel. lab. r 29 Clara 
Allwell Rubin E, metal roofer, r 1119^4 

Howard 
Allyn William H. millman, r 64 Chenerv 
Allyne, John W Mrs, widow, r 2601 Gough 
CJ-Allyn. See Allan, Allen and Allyne 
Alma The. lodgings, 224 O'Farrell 
Almagia Giovanni (Almagia, Patrizi & 

Co) r 566 Lombard 
Almagia Guido, lino opr, r 566 Lombard 
AUUAGIA, FATBIZI ft CO (Giovanni 

Almagia and Bttore Patrizi) editors 

and proprs L'ltalla, genl agts Italian 

Navigation Co and Italian agts Santa 

Fe Route, 12 Montgomery Av, tel 

Bush 191 
Alman A, 1st oflJcer str City of Peking 
Alman Lawrence, ironwkr. r 612, 19th 
Almblade Fred, r 501. 20th 
Almblade Fred, mach U I Wks, r 252 

East St south 



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FULL WEIGHT D EALER S In FOREIGN and DOMESTIC {735.^743 OTarfBll StnBt 

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AND 

GOOD QUALITY 

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BULLOCK & JONES COMPANY 

bireel Inmorters of Fabrics and Fashions 106-i08 Sutter St. 



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» Mary, widow, r 9 Fountain 

iU-d O (Almlled & Wlig) r 253 N'atoma 

il.il & Wiig (O Almlled and M WiIri 



_ _ Natoma 
Edward J. bartndr. r 1187 Mission 
William H. mgr Seal Rock House, 
■ean Boulevard and B 
an. See AUman 
Mmnnd Frederick, motrm. U RR, r 915 

md Jotin. grlpman Geary St RR, ' r 
!ni Point Lobos Av 
Almond John. mach. r 657 Folsom 
Mmontc House, 1, 5lh 

The, 873 Market 
Mmora The, 2396 Mission 
\lmo.s Anton, lab, r 65 Jackson 
Almquist August, tailor, r 647 Stevenson 
.\lmqulst Frank E, carp, r 1085 York 
Almqul.st, John A. carp, r 11134 York 
Almqulst Reinhold. r 1820 Polk 

MS KOnSX (City and County) F J 
Schmltz supt, off Corbett Av nr Lake 
londa _ 

ih The. lodgings. 317V4 O Farrell 
irez Antone, foreman Am Can Co. r 
Llameda 
Aloha The, apartments, 2759 Mission 
Alongo Gluseppi, lab, r 322 Vallejo 

F' lonso Joseph, bartndr, r 832 Filbert 
Ipen, John D, painter, r 2722 Golden 

lAIpfn John W. elk Blake, Moffltt & 

i Towne. r Alameda 

AZiPES A A, genl mgr Great Western 

Smelting and Refining Co, 217, 1st. r 

2438 California 
Alper Nathan (Standard Brass Casting 

Co) r 2438 California 
Alpern Max, mgr Mrs M Alpern, 

McAllister „ , , 

Alpern Max Mrs, millinery, 115 Stockton, 

r 1629 McAllister 
Alpers Charles, real estate, 405 Montgom- 

Alpers Charles W, musician, r 1604 Mason 
Alpf-rs Claus, groceries, 1758 Fillmore 
Alpers Frederick R, baker, r 1504 Mason 
Alpirs George, elev opr. r 233. 3d 
AI.PEB8 GEOsas, groceries, 360. 6th 

and Supervisor, r 368. 5th 
Ali.ers Herman, bartndr. r 358. S'tli 
Alpers John, policeman, r 104 Chatta- 

Alp"rs Peter, elk. r 1756 Fillmore 
Alpers Willlajn. bartndr. r 430 Cliff Av 
Alpers, William J. baker, r 844 Vallejo 
tT-Alpers. See Albers 
Alpfrt Julius, tailor, r 83214 Folsom 
Alpha Consolidated Mill and Mining Co, 
79 Nevada Block 



1629 



579 
Alpha Kappa Kappa (Beta) 1813 Mission 
Alpha Kappa Kappa Fraternity. 1111 

Stanyan 
Alphonso Michael, ironwkr. r 31Vi Zoe 
Alpl Thomas, r 911 Van Ness Av 
• ■ Evaporated Cream Co, 123 Caiifor- 

factory Hollister 
■ f.eorge J, mgr J Scully, r 223 Ma- 

•1 Julia Mrs, propr The Templar, 467 
'leary 
Alquist Charles, tailor, r 411 Larkin 
Alrate Lulgi. lino opr. r 9 Scott PI 
Alric Charles, electrician, r 2110 Mason 
.Mshach Herman, r 1423 Larkin 

• rg Sigsmund. propr Abbotsford Ho- 
N 8 Broadway bet Larkin and 

A LSER'S POXT^AirS OBBEBITT WXB, 

J. .lies Maynard Jr agt. 807 Hayward 
iKr.hl, BMg. tPl Main 5399 



Dos Mesas Exquisite Wi 



^rL't^Rr- 319 Montgomery St. 



Alsgood Louis B. wood and coal, 249. 8th. 

r 714a Clementina 
Alsgood Mary Mrs, r 714a Clementina 
Alsina Arthur, steward, r 1920 Mason 
Alsing Amos N. r 1344 Utah 
Alsing Frederick W, salesman Illinois 

Pac Glass Co, r 1354, 48th Av 
Alslng Peter, porter, r 2433 Clement 
Alsop Alexander W, laundryman, r 814o 

Green 
Alsop John, r G09 Stevenson 
Alsop T, mailer Bulletin, r 74 Geary 
CTAlsop. See Allsop 
Alspaugh Frank, butcher, r 87 South 

Alston Charles F, elk P and S Dept, S 

P Co. r Oakland 
Alston F W, cngr P S Tel & Tel Co, 

r 771 Bush 
Alstrom O F, salesman Pac Hardware 

& Steel Co, r 1244 California 
Alsup Charles, contr, r 222 Precita Av 
Alt Leslie, stenog Am Nat Bank, r San 

Mateo 
AZ.TA CAI^XFOBirZA PRINnH'O KOTTSE 

W A Woodward & Co proprs, 12 Sut- 
ter 
Alta Manufacturing Co. 819 Market 
Alta Plaza, bet Jackson and Clay. 

Steiner and Scott 
Alta Sierra (Sold Mining Co. Kohl BIdg 
Alta Silver Mining Co. 69 Nevada Block 
Alta Soap Co (W A and B M Engwer) 

SE cor Bay and Powell 

ALTA VISTA WINES CO. 

E. S. Ciprlco pres, Walter R. Sinmore 
vice-preB and mgr "The Wines Cali- 
fornia Makes Famons," main offloe 
Palace Hotel, tel Main 6708 

Altamont Apartments. 1180 Mason 
Altbyer Burt, candles. 508% Post 
Altemus George, lab, r Sailor's Home 
Altemus John, bookbr H S Crocker Co. 

r 1128 Taylor 
Altenberg Peter F H. r 412 Octavla 
Altenburg August, bkkpr White House, 

r 954 Greenwich 
Altenburg Florentine Miss, elk, r 922 

Greenwich 
Altenburg Pauline, widow, r 954 Green- 
wich 
Altendorf William, seaman, r 12 Morris 

Alter^ Addle, widow, r 229 Golden Gate «*' 

Av 
Alter Frederick S, bkkpr J K Armsby 

Co. r 62 Rausch 
Altf-r Herman, chandelier mkr, r 442V4. 

6th 
Alter Marcus, comp, r 686 Minna 
Altfield Benjamin, salesman Cal Notion 

& Toy Co, r 434 Hayes 
Altfield Daniel, messenger, r 434 Hayes 
Altfleld Hannah, widow, r 626a Natoma 
Altfield Simon A, bazaar, 430 Hayes, r 

434 Hayes 
Altgeldt William B, butter mkr, r 690 

Stevenson 
Althaus Henry, Ironwkr, r 600, 20th 
Althaus John, carp, r 3454, 3d rear 
Althaus John F, carp, r 925 Alabama 
Alther Robert J, druggists sundries. 

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Bohemian Extra Pale 

PUREST BEER MADE 

STANDARD BOTTLING CO., Sole Agents 

Phone James 5166 



.Alth.if Theridore, restaurant, 135 Powell, 
r 791 Haight 

ALTHOF & BAHLS 

Herman H Bahls pres, Bichard Bahla 

vlce-pres, Sobert S Gee sec, blank 

book mfrs, bookbinders and printers 

and sole mfrs and owners Trey-Bus- 

Bcher, flat-opening- blank books, 524 

Sacramento, tel Main 5761 

Althouse John, cabinet' mkr, r 435^, 3d 

Althouse William H Rev, pastor Salem 

Evangelical Church (German) r 747 

Shot well 

Altieri Celestina, widow, r 12 Folsom 

Altieri Joseph, raach, r 12 Folsom Av 
Altieri Louis, mach, r 12 Folsom Av 
Altinger Otto, elk, r 412 McAllister 
Altland Mary, widow, r 2099 Bush 
Altman A J, student, r 104 Waller 
Altman B Malcolm, elk Royal and Queen 

Ins Co, r 566 Geary 
Altman Charles, tailor, r 5 Moss 
Altman Gustaf, cook, r 73 7 Mission 
Altman Henry, wood finisher, r 708 Oc- 

tavla 
Altman Ira, elk Nathan Dohrmann Co, 

r 70S Octavia 
Altman Jacob, teacher Hebrew, r 4 Oak 

Grove Av 
Altman John, lab, r 109 Vallejo 
Altman Louis, r 199 Duboce Av 
Altman Louis, painter, r 708 Octavia 
AITMAWBT AASOir, artist and member 
Board of Education, r The California 
Hotel 
Altmann Benjamin, wireman dept elec- 
tricity, r 1017 Sutter 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, 1017 Sutter 
Altmann L, waiter Palace Hotel 
Altmann Rose Miss, ladies tailor, 1017 

Sutter 
Alttnann William, curator Park Muse- 
um, r 1017 Sutter 
Altmark Louis, r 1610 Larkin 
Altmark Milton C. salesman, r 1610 Lar- 
kin 
Altmayer Abraham, cigars, 101. 2d, r 2111 

Broderick 
Altmayer Berthold, r 1347 Webster 
Altmayer Hugo, electn. r 2111 Broderick 
Altmayer Leo M, cigars. SE cor Clay and 

Sansome. r 2111 Broderick 
Altmayer Moses W, elk, r Terminal Ho- 
tel 
Altmayer Moses W, mgr Argonaut Club, 

r 2111 Broderick 
Altmeyer Herman W, fireman, r 366, 5th 

Av 
Alto Bldg, 397 Bush 
Alton Mary, widow, r 6 Hunt 
Alton The, 204 McAllister 
AI.TON TKOMAS, genl mgr S F Brew- 
eries Ltd, 240. 2d. r San Mateo 
Alton W H, bkkpr City Street Imp Co, 

r San Mateo 
Altoona QuicksilV'-r Mining Co, 206 San- 
some 
Altschul Arthur, teacher pub schools, r 

405 McAllister 
Altschul Hugo V, r 2383 Bush 
Altschul Joseph, tobacco dlr, 628 Mont- 
gomery, r 1844 Sutter 
Altschul Leopold, r 23S3 Bush 



AiTSCHTJli BICHASD, cashier London 

Paris and American Bank, r 53 

Geary 
Altschul Rudolph C, men r 1663 Gearv 
Altschul Sydney L, butcher, r 2383 BusI 
Altschuler Levi, r 1245 O'Farrell 
Altschuler Sol, with Mutual L & L Co 

r 1245 O'Farrell 
Altube Maria Mrs, r 2821 Jackson 
Altube Pedro, r 2821 Jackson 
Alturo Sema, r 719 Vallejo 
Altvater Carrie M Miss, with Altvate; 

Printing Co, r 586 Guerrero 
Altvater Edward L, foreman Si: 

Press, r 586 Guerrero 
AI;TVATEK FBIKTIHa CO (W F Alt 

vater) job printing, 2595 Mission, te 

Church 2881 
AITVATBB W P fc CO, real estate 

ins. 2593 Mission 
Altvater William F (Altvater Printing 

Co) r 586 Guerrero 
AIiVA CO TEE, loans to salaried peopl< 

and chattels, 507 James Flood Bldg 
Alvarado Baldwin, ironwkr, r 787^4 Ste- 
venson 
Alvarado Cipriano, lab, r 22% Hickorj 

Av 
Alvarado I>aniel B, special officer, r 22Vi 

Hickory Av 
Alvarado Esiquio, lab, r 22^4 Hickory 

Av 
Alvarado Henry, elk, r 221,^ Hickory . 
Alvarado Ishmael, teamster, r 22% Hie 

ory Av 
Alvarado John. lab. r 22% Hickory Av 
Alvarado John, sculptor, r 515a Filbert 
Alvarado Pedro H, metal wkr. r 1417 

Stockton 
Alvares Joseph I (Alvares & Enos) 

Jackson 
Alvares & Bnos (J I Alvares and J J 

Enos) proprs New Lisbon Hotel, 

Jackson 
Alvarez Antonio, boilermkr U I Wks. r 

1 Troy PI 
Alvarez Calderon, mach. r 651 Vallejo 
Alvarez Henry, mining, r 1715 Jones 
Alvarez Jose, lab, r 2 Vallejo PI 
Alvarez Walter C, student, r 1460 Hayes 
Alvarez Margaret, widow, r 651 Vallejo 
Alvas Joseph, barber, 1806 Powell 
Alvers Marcus B. r 2721 Hyde 
Alvers Mary A, widow, r 975 Sutter 
Alverson Herbert L, bkkpr Arthur G 

Nason & Co, r 843 Bush 
Alverson Thomas J, gripman C^l St BR, 

r 1312% Larkin 
AI^VSBSON W1X.Z.ZAM W, mgr Arthur 

G Nason & Co and notary public, 228 

Montgomery, r 1220 Leavenworth 
Alves rtomingo, expressman, r 423 Green 
Alves Domingo B, elk W Loaiza & Co. 

r 423 Green 
Alves Frederick, director Morrison Lum- 
ber Co. r 825 Hampshire 
Alves George A, bkkpr, t 4 23 Green 
Alves John, barber, 206 Drumm, r 96 

Clay 
Alves Joseph, barber, r 77 Lily Av 
Alves Manuel, rigger, r 728 Clementina 
Alvey Leonard A, physician, r 711a San 

Jose Av 
Alviso A J, metal wkr, r 347 Leaven- 
worth 
Alvizi Savido. r 504 Green 
Alvord C T Mrs, propr Hotel Garland, 

530 Eddy 
Alwein Martha R Miss, nurse USA 

Genl Hospital 
Alwnder Axel, tailor, r 504 Powell 
Alzina Laura, widow, r 24 Hartford 
Alzina Thomas E, barber, r 129a O'Far- 
rell 
Amadeo Giovanni (Fleischer & Amadeo) 

r lOlS Pacific 
[C^Amadeo. See Amedeo 



The International Mercantile & Trust Go. 



A COLLECTION AGENCY WITH SPECIAL FACILITIES 



Parrott Building 



bONKLIN'S 



STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

SSfU 3ie IND SIS URKIN STREH 



CROCKEU-LAXGLEY 



Amado 



CUn 



Gold Mining Co, Mills 
Milling Co. 



Amador Queen Mining & 

1554 Market , „ , , 

i;ilKamated Restaurant and Hot.l 
K,eper3 Assn of Cul, 970 Market 

AICAIrfiAlfATEO BAX.T CO, C S R^m- 
dall sec and treas. 202 California 

Amaloro Camlllo, peddler, r 5 I'Tliiei i 

Aman Max, shampcwer. r 162 Church 
Amann Hugene, mach, r 268 Fulton 
Amann William E, mgr Galena Signal 

Oil Co, 418 Rialto, r Alameda 
CTAmann. See Atnmann 
Amaral Rose, widow, r 3366 Sacramento 
Amarla Francesca, widow, r 1318 Uu- 

pont rear _ 

Amarlso Prank, r 3 Llda PI 
Amarlso Peter, bootblack, r 229 Duncan 
Amark Babette, widow, r 811 Shrader 
Amark BYederick U salesman R Fink- 
ing, r I Clarence Ct . ,„^ 
Amaro C^itello. lab, r Hathaway .s Wharf 
Amata Rose Mrs. teacher music, r 136 

Amati Catherine, widow, r ,25 Union 
Amaya Clement, teamster, r 642% Na- 

Ambek Christian N. lab. r 332, 10th 

Amber Leon, tailor The Hub 

Amber Max, tailor, 36 Geary, r 6 Geary 

[^^ Cawniiol taller The ITub 

614 



Amberg Emma A Mrs, teacher music, 

r 509a Na-Uoma 
Amberg Otto W, expressman, r 1589 

Market 
Amberg Wllliajn J. harnessmkr, r 509a 

Ambler Alice Miss. milliner. r 1575 
Jackson „ ,, j 

Ambler Arthur B. dept mgr Pac Hard- 
ware & Steel Co. r 1319a Clay 

Ambler Benjamin, salesman L,angley & 
Michaels Co, r 2004 L^rkin 

Ambler Benjamin Jr. elk L,angley & 
Michaels Co. r 2004 I>arkin 

Amblow L,oul8 G, waiter, r 454 Clemen- 
tina 

Amblow Maggie, widow 
tinti 

Amborn A A. fgt elk S P Co 

Ambrlska Matthles. mill hand, r 81 

Am^'i^lo'' Amelia, widow, r 759 Vallejo 
Ambrose Celeste, widow, r 1419 Mason 
Lmbrose Edward, searcher records City 
*■ Co. r 376. 5th Av 

■'rank, lab, r 244 Natoma 
Frank M, r 909 Greenwich 
Ambrose Henry (Ambros»Jacob8 Co) 
New York W _ 

Ambr<«e Henry M. elk W F & Co Ex. 

Ambrose- Jacobs Co, mfrs' agts, 738 Mis- 
Ambrose Jam«8, bniker. r 415 La«una 
Ambrose Josephine R Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 415 Uiguna 
Ambrfwe J S. carp, r 1045 Market 
Ambrose Nell, teamster Sherwood & 

SherwfX>d. r 573 Minna ,„..., 
Ambrose Philip, salesman, r 10 Ash Av 
Ambrose Salva. r 625 Broadway 
Ambr<«e W F & Co (W P Ambrose) 

real" estate and Ins. Chronicle Dldg 
Ambrose W H. Ry postal elk^ ft Market 
Ambrose William, bkkpr. r li2, tolwrn 
Ambnrs.; William K IW F Anibr..s.- A: 



454 Clemen- 



R^eal^tateCompanv^ 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

mM2 8'"StMldndXd 

PHOriK T^ AIM. 32a. 



393 



•ester, physic 

, druggist J Calegarls, 

■o"^ elk John BulatU. r 

scavenger, r 40b 



AmbniKiwf Syl 

Howard 
Ambrosl Arthu: 

r Hopeton 'J 
Ambroslni Mar 

2217 Stein«-r 
Ambrosio Salmeragi, 

Albert Av „ ,-, , 

Ambrustor Valentine, r 318 Francisco 
Amburg James, blacksmith, r 733 Bran- 
Amburst Benjamin, salesman, r 409 Oc- 

Ame'de^C C Mrs. widow, r 419 Green 
Amedee Bdouard C, salesman, r 419 

Amedeo"Felippo, fruit, 3682, 20th 

Amelio Petlro. lab. r 8 Stark 

Ameln William, teacher luiiguages. 1000 

AMELUNG JULIUS C. 

g-eneral commlsgion merchant and 
agent loew System PUter (Cleve- 



Amcnd JacH.b J, pulHcmaji, i- . u i 

Amendt Mary, widow, r 111)9 Alabar 
Ament Albert H (Ament Bros) r 

Devlsadero 
Ament Bros (B N and A H) real es 

6 Eddy 



K, oiler U RiR, 



Charles 

Taylor 
Ament EMward N (Ament Bros) 

keley ,,, 

Ament George R, electn, r 161 

Ament William H, r 1712 Jones 
American Agency 
American and 

AMERICAN APPRAISAI. CO, G J Per- 
kins Pac C.Rist mgr. SOS Montgomery, 
room 30, tcl Black 506S 

American Arlstolype Co. liastm.an Ko- 
dak Co solo trade agt.s, Aronsmi BUlg 

American Asiatic (Seattle) 306 Pine 

American Association of Masters ami 
Pilots, R N Plppey sec, 1 Perry Bldg 

American Audit Company The, F W 
Uafrentz pres. 137 Myntg ome ry 

AMEIUCAH BAHK PBOTECTIOK CO 



Heet Sugar CiJ 



nis 



Americ 

NW cor 
AKEKICAH BOirs: 

HOKE, F H l.l.'.vi 

.Montgomery 
AKZa^^H BOOK CO, 



W D Claussen 



' aivd Bro.i.lway 
Iir6 CO OF BAI^TI- 



AKEBIOAH BOWtlHO^ .^^j^ljld'y 
AMXBICAK BOX PACTORY 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MARTIN & CO. 



54-56 First St. 



si I 

53? 



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International Banking 
Corporation 

a»oeral Banking Business Transmcted 
Foreign Exchange a Specialty 

See page 1. 



American Bridge Co of N Y. Fred R 

Muhs mgr, 164 Crocker Bldg- 
American Briquetting Co, 905-927 EJast 
American Brotherhood of Cement Work- 
ers. 51, 3d 

AMERICAN CAN CO. 

mfrs tin cans and sheet-iron ware, 
japanners, lithographed cans and met- 
al signs, Pacific Dist, office Kohl 
Bldg' (formerly Hayward) E. H. 
Temple genl mgr, tel Private Ex 11, 
g'enl offices BowUng' Green Bldg-, New 
York City 

AMERICAIT CEITTBA.!. IITSTJSAITCE 
CO (St Louis, Mo.) Christensen, Ed- 
wards & Goodwin mgrs Pac dept, 
220 Sansome 

.American Chemical Co, Morton French 
mgr, 604 Merchants Exchange Bldg 

AMEBICAIT CHICI^E CO, S T Britten 
mgr, mfrs chewing gum, 27 Main 

American Chocolate Factory, A C Bol- 
demann & Co selling agts, 118, 1st 

AMERICAN CISCUI.AS I.OOM CO, 
John K Cole selling agts, 658-660 
Mission, tel Main 1197 

.American Commjercial Bureau, employ- 
ment agency, 121 Geary 

American Commercial Co Ltd (Manila, 
P I) 214 Pine 

American Consolidated Cigar Co, 812 
Montgomery 

American Consolidated Oil Co, A B But- 
ler pres. Kohl Bldg 

American Cordial and Distilling Co, 717 
Battery 

American Cream Tartar Co, Charles 
Jantzen sec, 318 Front 

AMEBICAN CSESIT INDEMNITY CO 

• OP NEW TOBE THE, C L Currier, 
Jr, Pac Coast a&t, 211 Sansome, 
rooms 5-6, tel John 1961 

AMEBICAN CIUSP CO (J P and C 
Gunsauls) mfrs popcorn crisps and 
salted peanuts, 10, 8th, tel Jessie 
3076 

.American Crude Oil Burner Co, 308 Mis- 
sion 

-American Cuckoo Clock Co, 120 Sutter 

AMERICAN DE FOREST WIRELESS 

TEI^EOBAPa COMPANY, 6 New 

Montgt>mery, tel Main 5536, Abraham 
White pres; Geo. D. Wise, manajrer 
S. P. Ag'ency 

.-American Discount & Credit Co, 139 Post 
AMEBICAN DISnUCT TEIiEGRAPS 

CO, Frank Jaynes vice-pres, I N Mil- 
ler Jr supt, main office 607 Market, 
branch offices 206 California, 912 
Market, Sutter and Leavenworth, Va- 
lencia and 22d, 2407 California, 2 
Hayes, 100 Market, 300 Montgomery, 
Palace Hotel, St Francis Hotel, Oc- 
cidental Hotel, Lick House, 319 
Davis, 15 Mason and 340 Pine 
AMERICAN DBESGING CO, M C Har- 
ris mgr, 5 Market, room 5 

AMERICAN EXPLORATION CO. 

C. W. Gammon g'enl mgr, 404-405-406 



AMEBICAN PIRE INSITRANCE CO (of 

Philadelphia) Edward Brown & Son 
genl agts, 411-413 California 

American Fiscal Agency, Merchants E)x 
Bldg 

/.merican Fixture Co (Inc) B Bruetting 
pres and treas, P O Peterson supt, 
H H Winner sec and mgr, 415 Shot- 
well 

A MERICA N FI.OOR SXTRPACINO MA- 
CHINE CO, A T Spence sec, 610 Ex- 
aminer Bldg, tel John 6491 

AMERICAN PZ.ORIST THE, .Charles 
Stappenbeck, 1207 Polk, tel Bast 965 

Ame'lcan Forester Review (monthly) 
Jacob Label mgr. 120 O'Farrell 

.American Fruit Co. 31 Nevada Block 

AMERICAN FUEL COMPANT, THE 

whsle coal and coke, C. P. Heaton 
division sales agt, H. E. White sales 
agt, 523 Crossley Bldr, tel Main 5233 

American Garment and Underwear Mfg 
Oo, 1429a Mission 

American Gold Dredging Co, Nevada 
Block 

AM ERI CAN GUARANTEE AND SE- 
CURITY CO OP CAi;iPORNIA, A B 
Ruggles pres. William Edwards sec. 
bond Investments, 18-20 Phelan Bldg 

American Guaranty and Trust Co, 206 
Sansome 

AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN ENGINEER- 
ING AND CONSTRUCTION CO 
(Ltd) F J Amweg, engineer and genl 
Mgr, 907-917 Rlalto Bldg 

American-Hawaiian Steamship Co, Wil- 



ican Hosiery Co, 224 Bush 

Hospital Assn. D A Hodg- 
head pres, R H Jewell sec and mgr, 
407 Grant Bldg. 1095 Market 

American Hotel, Munger & Zeberg 
proprs, N s Howard near 3d 

American Import Co The, 111 Battery 

American Institute of Architects, S F 
Chapter, Phelan Bldg 

American Insurance Co (Boston) 122 
Sansome 

AMERICAN INSURANCE CO (Newark, 
N J) Christensen, Edwards & Good- 
win mgrs Pac dept, 220 Sansome 

American International Co, 109 Califor- 
nia 

American Investment and Realty Co, 
Parrott Bldg 

American Iron and Steel Manufacturing 
Co, H C Laird sales agt, Crocker ; 
Bldg 

American Kitchen Utensil Co, J Unna 
mgr, 411 -Market 

American Knitting Mills Co and Wln- 



ket 
AMERICAN I^XNE, Cherbourg to New 
York-Southhampton, Philadelphla- 

Queenstown and Liverpool, c D Tay- 
lor pass agt Pac Coast, 21 Post 
AMERICAN I^QUOR STORE, Thaddeus 
M McNamara propr, 546 .Geary- bet 
Taylor and Jones, tel 1458 "- 

American Lithographic Co, 421 Market 
AMEBICAN I.OAN AND TRXTST CO, 
Olie J Watkins mgr, 524 Crossley 
Bldg 
American Lucol Co, 214 California 
AMERICAN I^UXPER PRISM CO, In- 
gerson & Glaser Co manufacturing 
agts, 121 New Montgomery, tel James 



MJOHNM. KLEIN EUCTRIUL CO. 



W. J. MOROAN, 

105-107 Battery St. 



AND M«NAQCR 



Tel. Main 389 



Telegraph, Telephone jind Elec 
Light Supplies, Eleotrical EAi- 
neering, Contracting -and Ma 
facturing. 



AME 



L'ROCKEK-LANQLEY DIRECTORY. 



iKEKICAN MAaVESITi: CO, H C Stil- 
well genl mgr, J M Mordock sec and 
treas, 604 Jlerchants Exchange Bldg 

Vmerlcan Mercantile Co. 4 20 Battery 
lerloan Mill Co (Aberdeen. Wash) 
J R Manlfy & Co. agts, 200 Market 

AMERICAN MILLING CO. 

C. S. Iiaomelater pres, W. T. S«mon 

■eo and mgr, flonr, cereal*, mill pro- 

dnct* and grain. SE cor Battery and 

Xmion, tel Main 567 

UTOCrlcan Mineral Exploration Co. John 

F Littlefleld sec and mgr, 601-603 

I James Flood Bldg 

IVmerican Mutual Investment Co, 1095 

Market 

luCEBICAir KATIOITAI. BAITX OT SAH 

FBANCISCO, P E Bowles rres, Fran- 

' els Cutting vice-pres. J J Fagan vice- 

pres. G N O'Brien cashier. Merchants 

Ex Bldg 
AXXSICAH' VEWSPAPEB ASSV (of 

New York) J D Millar mgr, 479-480 

Parrott Bldg 
Amerlcjin Notion and Novelty Co (M 

Merten. L Abraham, S Weil and G 

Neuman) 109 Battery 
American Notion Co, 738 Mission 
AKESICAH On^ AVS FAUTT CO, Jo- 

slah O Low pres, Charles P Low sec, 

36 Steuart. tel Main 5190 
AKBKICAir OIXi Ain> BXFINERT CO, 

William E Holbrook pres and mgr, 

322-323 Parrott Bldg 
American Packing Co. 28 Lapldge 
American Philippine Review, Parrott 

Bldg 
American Playing Card Co. 215 RiaJto 

Bldg 
AKEBICAir PSESS ASSOCXATIOH, L 

E Chapin mgr, S'tereotyping and lino- 

tviii' composition. 19. 1st 
American Press Co The, Crocker Bldg 
AMEBIC AH FBIHmrO HOUSE, W A 

Chntterton propr, 1067 Market 
American Prwesa Erngravlng Co (H R 

Congdon) photo engravers, 304 Bat- 
tery 
AMERICAN PBODTTCE OO, Duncan 

Campbell pres and mgr, whsle fruit 

and produce. SE cor Drumm and 

Waohlngton 
American Quartz Mining Co. 503 Cali- 
fornia 
American Radiator Co. Crossley Bldg 
American Razor Strop Co. 215 Rialto 

Bldg 
AlOiBICAir R F*T- ESTATE CO, Allen 

L Chickering genl agt, 3 Mutual Life 

Bldg. 5th floor 
American Refrigerator Transit Co, 625 

Market 



CO, W F Cummins mgr. 240 Mont- 
gomery 
American Ring Co (Conli) 578 Mission 
American Salt Co (P Marslcano) 418 

Front 
American Samson, physician. 1244 Ml^ 

si on 
American Sheet and Tin Plato Co, Mills 

Bldg 
American Shirt Factory, 1608 Market 
American Silver Co, 738 Mission 
American Smelting and Refining Co. 
Orossley Bldg 

AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN CO. 

Oeorye J. Becht mgr, mfrs of and 
dealers In soda water apparatus and 
snppUes, 572 Oeory above Taylor, tel 
East 538 

.\m.-rirnn S...la Wk.s rj J Rooney and 
K F, Zimmerman I ;i24 Bryant 



Savings and Loan Society 

101 MONTGOMERY, COR. SUTTER 

Arthur .\. Smith. Pn-sldent. A. N. Drown. VIci- 
Pres., Cyrus W. Carman). Ca.hlcr una S.r . E. 
Bonoell. A»8't Cash.. J«». F. MoUauIey. Auditor 
Deposits ol On; Dollar and upwards received 



ASCEBICAir SFOiraE CO (ColIischOTin 
& Co) importers and exporters 
sponges and chamois. 150 New Mont- 
gomerv, tel John 3551 

AMESICAir SFOBTHrO GOODS MPQ 
CO (Inc) W G Wood mgr. Safe De- 
IK>sit Bldg, tel Bush 656 

American Standard Cigar Co. 482 Parrott 
Bldg 

American Standard Oil Co. 124 (iilifoT- 

AKEBICAN STEEI^ AXTD WIRE CO, 

NE cor 16th and Folsom. sales dept 
S-10 Pine 

American Steel Hoop Co, W B Isaacs 
agt, 226 Market 

AMEBICAH STOVE CO, George H Clark 
& Cos Division, Chicago, mfrs Jewel 
gas, gasoline and coal ranges, B S 
Pedersen Pac Coa.st agt, 410-418 Mis- 
sion 

AKEBICAir STOVE CO, Ringcn Stove 
Co Division, Dangler Stove Co Di- 
vision, C H Sdiieck Pac Coast agt, 
45 Bluxome, tel Private Rx 9 

AmericMi, SufT-T Rettn-ry. SW cor Union 

AMERICAN SURETT COMPANY OF 

ITEW TOBK, Harry W Lobb g-enl ayt 
for California, Washington, Oregon, 
Nevada and Hawaii. 137 Montgomery, 
tel Main 5119 

AMEBICAN TAII.ORINO CO, O L Scott 
mgr, installment tailors, suits Jl.OO 
per week. 930 Market, tel Black 823 

AMEBICAir TSCE, Owen F Rooney 
propr, wines and liquors. 434 Kearny 

AMEBICAir TIMBER CO, 333 Pine 

American Tin Mining Co. 508 California 

AMERICAN TOOL WORKS 

Joseph Eastwood propr. mfrs well- 
boring tools, crank axles, goose-necks, 
steel and Iron shafts, dredger forging 
a specialty, 109-111 Mission, tel Main 
5578 

AMEBICAir TBACT SOCIETY, Luther 
H Cary mgr, publishers, booksellers 
and Importers, 23 Grant Av 

American Trading Co (N Y) 12.''. rail- 



American Transfer Co. 214 Pine 
AMEBICAH TYPE FOVSTOEBS CO, 

George L Alexander mgr, type found- 
ers and dealers presses and printers' 
materials. 406-407 Sansome 

American Unitarian Assn (Boston) 374 
Sutter 

American Wringer Co. L Ilelibroncr 
successor, 518 Ellis 

AMXBICAK WBnrOEB CO THE, W F 
Boardman Co representative, wring- 
ers and mangles, 530 Market 

American & Foreign Marine Ins Co The, 
316 California 

AXEBICAHS THE, Harry C Lewis di- 



genl 



Robert M Brown sec 



nes Albert J. salesman L C Sheldon, 
r 808 Bush 
nes Alden. r 1312 Taylor 
nes Alfred, teamster, r 541 Stev 



,8& 10 Pine Street 

,Vf WIRE CLOTH 

IDDLES WIRE DOOR MATS 






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The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 

PHONE PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 

BRAHCH OrFICEft-119 Grant Avfnuf. Ill I-o» oil Slrroi 

OAKLAND OrriCe— 1164 SnOADWA* 



WESTERN FUEL CO-ciRNEGiBRrcil 

31S CAUIRORIMIA SXREEX R*° POTTERY COi 



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A3IES AWNA B MSS, teacher languages, 
r 1311 Octavia 

Ames Benjamin F, r 541 Stevenson 

Ames Benjamin H, cashier Byron Jack- 
son Mttch Wks. r 225 North WiUard 

Ames B Prank Jr, carrier postofflce. r 
1S02 Market 

Ames. Bonner Co, brush mfrs, Rialto 
Bldg 

AMES BREWSTEB P, atty-at-law, 
suite 438 Crossley Bldg, tel John 
4131. r 1311 Octavia 

Ames Charles L, paper hanger, r 466, 
35th A-v 

Ames Chester S, sec Detroit Range Co, 
r Oakland 

AMES DAmEIi T, expert examiner of 
handwriting, 24 Post, r Mountain 
View. Cal 

Ames Donald S, master Tug William 
Griffith, r 1160 Jackson 

Ames Edward W, bartndr, r 1335 How- 
ard 

Ames Elizabeth Miss, kindergarten 
teacher, r 2327 Bush 

AMES EVERETT, vice-pres Ames & 
Harris, r Oakland 

AMES FISHEB, atty-at-Iaw. 600-617 Ex- 
aminer Bldg, r 2933 PaciHc Av 

Ames Frank H, sec and treas Alaska 
Mercantile Co. r 601 Steiner 

Ames Frank J, salesman C H Philpott 
Co, r 860 Haight 

Ames Frank M, salesman Nathan-Dohr- 
mann Co, r 2500 Green 

Ames George E, pres U S Impt. and In- 
vestment Co, r 2900 Jackson 

Ames George H, carpet cutter Jos. Fred- 
ericks & Co. r 2500 Green 

Ames George S. supt Ferries-North 
Shore RR, r Ross Valley 

Ames George S Jr, marine eng, r 554 
Waller 

Ames Henry D, bkkpr J K Armsbv Co. 
r Oakland 

Ames Henry K, mgr S R Ames, r 860 
Haight 

Ames Henry M Jr, ins, r 2590 Bush 

Ames Henry T. r 2327 Bush 

Howard C, salesman, r 69 Central 



Av 



pres Ames & Harris, 



r Oakland 

Ames Jessie S, widow, r 2327 Bush 

Ames Joseph B. bit mkr, r 1480 Vallejo 

Ames Judd, r 719 Brannan 

Ames J Walker, cashier George F Grant, 
r Mill Valley 

-Ames Louis, electn, r 2590 Bush 

Ames Martha J Miss, supt Baptist-Chi- 
nese Mission School, r 929 Clay 

Ames Mary A, widow, r 860 Haight 

Ames Miriam F, office 438 Crosslev Bldg. 
r 1311 Octavia 

Ames Nicholas C, elk Mt Shasta Mineral 
Spring Co, r 583 Guerrero 

AMES FEI.BAM W, sec Spring Valley 
Water Co, 126 Stockton, r 1312 Taylor 

Ames Rr.bert N, elk U S Pension Agen- 
cy, r Berkeley 

Ames Rose, widow, r 2510 Sutter 

Ames Simon R, cigars, 903 Larkin, r 449 
Haight 



Ames Walter, salesman, r 308 Leaven- 
worth 
Ames W B, pres Co-operative He 

Builders, 719 Kohl Bldg, r Alameda 
Ames William R. mining, r 729 Shrader 
AMES WOBTHIKQTOir, stock and bone 
broker, 415 Montgomery, tel Mair 
1381, r Fair Oaks, San Miateo Co 
AMES tc HABBIS, J H Ames pres, Ev 
erett Ames vice-pres, L W Harri 
sec. mfrs bags, tents, awnings, im 
porters bags and bagging materia 
Pac Coast agts Tower's oiled cloth- 
ing. Smith & Dove Mfg Co twi 
100-104 Sacramento and 101-103 
Drumm. tel Main 349 
Amezcua Carlos, physician, r 18 Turk 
Amhurst Albert, lab. r 165 Peabody 

AMI QBOTTO, Smith & Barada proprs 
25 Eddy, fel South 1106 

Amick Carl, salesman Brown & Power, r 
853 Hyde 

Amick William, r 853 Hyde 

Amidee George P, elk Mutual Biscuit Co, 
r 419 Green 

Amidon Cyrus S, r 1474 Sacramento 

Amidon Etta Mrs (May & Amidon) r 1 
Sacramento 

Amidon Howard B, elk Abner Doble Co, 
r 907 Eddy 

Amigo Giovanni B (A Cassinelli & Co) r 
823 Union 

Amigo Gustave, harnessmkr, r 823 Union 

Amigo Michael (M Amigo & Co) r 1051 
Montgomery 

Amigo M & Co (M Amigo and A Gam- 
bius) soap factory, 1051 Montgomery 
Av 

Amiot Amelia, widow, r 1486 Dolores 

Amiot Charles, house cleaner, r 1486 
Dolores 

Amiraux Peter mgr The White Co. 420 
California, r 976 Pine 

Ammann Adolph. salesman Pac Coast 
Hat Wks, r 439 Vallejo 

AMMAmr FBESEBICX W, sec Pac 
Coast Hat Wks, 1458 Market, opp 
Central Theatre, tel Mint 1296, r 205 
Clayton, tel Page 3443 

Ammann John, confr, r 1S>4 St. Rose's 

Ammann Wilhelmina, widow, r 439 Val- 
lejo 

Ammann William, painter Cal St RR, r 
1181 Filbert 

Cr Ammann. See Amann 

Amme Mary, widow, r 855 Bush 

Ammerman F M Mrs. r 637 Bush 

Amoratis James, restaurant. 709 Filbert, 
r 1813 Powell 

Amoroso Joseph, teacher music, r 131SV4 
Kearny 

Amoroso Philip, lab. r 5 San Antonio 

Amoroso Philip M, elk, r 5 San Antonio 

Amorsen George, agt, r 1349 Stevenson 

Amos Arthur, r 821 Mission 

Amos Charles, lab, r 30 Minna 

Amos Daniel P, tailor, r 8 Miles PI 

AMOS JAMES D, auditor Pac Coast 
Steamship Co, 10 Market, r 3228, 21st 

Amos J Philip, receiving teller Hibernla 
Sav & Loan Soc, r 929 Grove 

Amos Louise I, widow, r 929 Grove 

Amoss George, with Chronicle 

Amphlett Richard M, with '^V & J Sloane 
& Co, r 1627 Sacramento 

AMSATH J 'W, certified public account- 
ant, rooms 325-327 Crosslev Bldg, r 
1376 Masonic Av and Mill Valley 

Amriska Michael, lab Cal Barrel Co, r 81 
Shipley 

Amrook Patrick J, motrm U RR, r 30, 
28th 

Amsbary Mary, widow, r 2526 Wash- 
ington 

Amsel M B (Pac Barbers' Supply & i 
Cutlery Co) r 1945 Howard 



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kinsl«r Benjamin H, cornice mki 
iate Av 

imsler Charles S. sheet metal wks. ISOfi 
ian. r 150 Montana 

Lmsler Herman, plumber, r 3057. 19th 

Lmsler Thomas B, metal roi.fir. r 1300 
Mission , . 

__ isone Joseph W. palntt r. r 226 Lobos 

Lmsteln Arnold, laundryman, r 135 Dun- 
can 

^msteln George W, launJryman. r 13.. 



Duncan 



UZrSEBWKITEBS 

,1 C Harrison & Co 
10 Menhanls Ex- 



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D. messenge 



Hettrlck 



ron Peter, r 2209 Geary 
Amtsfeld Frederick, seaman, r Tf, Val- 
paraiso 
f^mundsen Lena S Miss, elk genl frgt 

5 P Co, r 535 Castro 
Amundsen Nels, rigger, r ■-■030 Filbert 

undson Hans. Jeweler 

6 Co, r 301 Kearny 
weg Frederick J. eng and genl mgr 
American-Hawaiian Engineering & 
Construction Co Ltd, r Sevenoaks 
Hotel , , 

Amy Charles H. plumber, r 1065 Market 
Amy Gustave, ins, 220 Sansome, r "C 

Ellis 
Anadell Basalt and Building Stone Co. 302 

"Inntgomery 
An .n,,s Harry, r 917 Minna 
A ,. lo Michael, restaurant. 288. 9th 

-i Antone. barber, r 342 Union 
^i Frank (Anastasl & Salvo) r 
1" Powell 

<l Frank, lab. r 110 Alta 
i Frank, printer, r 342a Union 
; Joseph, barber, 607 Sacramento. 

' isi & Salvo (F Anastasl and M 

Salvo I groceries, 1508V4 Powell 
Anaya Frank, barber, 43 4V4. 6th 
Ancel John, lab S P C<«, r 461. 4th 
Ancell Ellen, widow, 302 Chattanooga 
Ancell William S, carp, r 13 Costa 
Anchlck John, r 1133 Treat Av 
An. hick Mary, widow, r 1133 Treat Av 
AVCHOm BBEWEBT, Baruth & Schlnkel 

propr.s, 1431 Pacific 
Anchor Feni-e Co. H.-nry F Band rep. 

137 MontS'-nn.-ry 
AVCKOB PACKIHO CO, Jacob H Hahn 

AJrOZZHTT ORDEB OP POBESTEBS, 

O^FarrcM. 'tel'Malii 1S76 

AjroTEirr obszb or roBESTEBS, 

BUrtDUrO, 102 OFarrell 
Ancient Oril.r of Forentcrs Cemetery 

.\Hsn. oflli e 102 O'F.irrfll 

AwoiEirT OBSEB or pobestebs. 



AVOIZBT OBOEB UBTPEl) WOBK- 
MZV, CarlliiKton T Spencer grand re- 
corder, 14)2 Market, tel South 939 
Anclon E^mlly Mrs. dressmkg, 1435 Pine 
Ancii>n Herbert, carp, r 1435 Pine 
Ancker Abraham, mgr Marks Bros, r 561 

Baker 
Ancker Louis, barber, r 1008 Golden Gate 

Ancleto Frank S, barber, r 368 Geary 
Andel Frederick, maltster, r 352a Shot- 
well 
Ander August, tailor, r 2078 Market 
Anderegg Casper, shoemkr, r 282 Preclta 



iridov 



300 Harriet 
4 4 27 Mission 



Presseil Brick '"VS!!; 

T n 11 UOthS Channel Sts. 

Terra Gotta ) rtmi^n 



Anderfuren William J, pattern mkr Re 

,& Cleve, r Oakland 
Anderini S, lab U RR, r 526 Broadway 
Anderle Joseph C, elk J Micsncr. r 553 

Lombard 
Anderle Mary, widow, r 176 Hickory Av 
Anderllnl Anton, lab, r 1017 Bryant 
Anderlinl Ranelro, wire wkr, r B13a 

Union 
Andemach Adolph (Andernach & Hundv- 

doerfer) r 121 Russ 
Andernach & Hundsdoerfcr (A Andor- 
nach and J Hundsdoerfer) art glass, 
121 Russ 
Anders Albert A. adjuster New Home 

S M Co, r 12 Laskie 
Anders Albert L, Jeweler Tuckey & 

Kline, r 12 Laskie 
Anders George T, expressman. SW cor 

1st and Mission, r 12 I„askle 
Anders Herman C, mach, r 8%a Decatur 
Anders John, Jeweler W K Vandersllce 

Co, r 12 Laskie 
CT" Anders, See Andres and Knders 
Andersen Alice Miss, elk local frgt S P 

Co. r 3271, 16th 
Andersen Andrew B, marine fireman, r 
1241 Pierce „„ , 

Andersen Andrew C, baker, r 2870, 22d 
Andersen Andrew P, r 927 Minna 
Andersen Arndt (Nelsen & Andersen) r 

116 Oregon , ,, ^ 

Andersen Arthur, painter, r 7.ValleJo 
Andersen Arthur G. draftsman Pac C SS 

Co, r San Rafael 
Andersen Axel, cooper, r 335 4th 
Andersen Charles, elev opr. Mills BIdg 
Andersen Charles, packer, r 333a. 12th 
Andersen Christian, liquors. 269 3d. r 327 

Clementina 
Andersen Christina Mrs, r 3468, 19th 
Andersen Clifford, elk. r 141 Hawthorne 
Andersen Clyde, weigher, r 141 Haw- 
thorne 
Andersen Edward, cigars, 7 East St 

North, r Berkeley 
Andersen Edward, treas Sailors Union, 

r Berkeley 
Andersen Edward A, teamster, r 2009, 

Andersen Edward J, Journalist Chronicle. 

r 1230a Bush 
Andersen Emma Miss, artist, r 461. 14th 
Andersen Fred. lab. r 1128 Tennessee 
Anilersen Fred C C. brick contractor, 738 

Mission, r 266 Clinton Park 
Andersen Fred J W, engineer, r 248 Clin- 
ton Park 
Andersen Gustave, baker, r 848 Folsom 
Andertsen O W, master mariner, 1 Fer- 
ry Bldg 
Andersen Hans C. cabinet mkr, r 2617, 

Andersen Hajis C. elk M Holm, r 1 Tav 
Andersen Hans F. contractor, r 33 Dor- 
land 
Andersen Hans P, cenwnt wkr. r 112. 4th 
Andersen Harold, paperhanger, 429 Pine 

r 2969 Sacramento 
Andersen James, furniture. 783 Folsom, 

r 78 Shipley 
Andersen James, warehouseman, r 1410 



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Andersen James H H (Andersen & Pye) 

r 121 Montgomery 
-Andersen John, r 255a, 3d 
Andersen John, liquors, 422 Montgomery, 

r 689 Florida 
Andersen Lars, cigars, 625 Union 
Andersen Louisa, widow, r 3471 17th 
.\ndersen Mads, lab, r 10281^ Alabama 
Andersen Magnus, pilot, 520 Battery, r 

Oakland 
AMDERSEH' MAIUE, widow, drugs and 

chemicals. 174 4 Howard cor Erie, tel 

Church 3489 
Andersen Marie Miss, stenog Montgom- 
ery Baggs, r 3471. 17th 
Andersen Maude Mrs, dressmltg, 926 

Washington 
Andersen Nels, briclclr, 248 Chattanooga 
Andersen Nels, marble polisher, r 136 

Freelon 
Andersen Nels E, roofer, r 694 Fulton 
Andersen Nicholas, foreman Atlantic 

Free Warehouse, r 1440 Mason 
Andersen Olaf, lab, r 681 Howard 
Andersen Ole, carp, r 9 Laskie 
Andersen Peter (Iversen & Andersen) 

r 4053, 19th 
Andersen Peter, elk P M ! 

Kansas 

en Peter, painter, r 



Co. r 1312 

150, 6th Av 

r 32 Steu- 



Andersen P M, master mariner, 1 Fer- 
ry Bldg 
Andersen Rasmus, hod carrier, r 109 

California South 
Andersen Reinert, picture frames, 3007 

Mission 
Andersen Robert, boxmkr, r 3468 19th 
Andersen Samuel C, sawmkr, r 240 Dun- 
can 
Andersen Victor, tanner, r 1418 Kansas 
Andersen & Pye (J H H Andersen and 

R J Pye) real estate. 933 Market 
CT- Andersen. See Anderson and An- 

dresen 
Anderson A Mrs, delicacies, 373 Hayes 
Anderson A, engineer str Grace Dollar, 

r 25 Stevenson 
Anderson Abraham, carp, r 2153, 15th 
-Anderson A C, poultry raiser, r 2125 

ISth Av South 
Anderson Adella, widow, r 25, 9th 
Anderson Adolph, glassblower, r 49 Sus- 

Anderson Adolph, lab, r 227 Shipley 
Anderson Adolph. liquors, 812 Kearny 
Anderson Adolph L, liquors, 530 Pacific 

r S Godeus 
Anderson Adolph V (Anderson & Camp- 
bell) r 445 Valencia 
Anderson A Frederick, teamster, r 2629% 
Harrison 



kin 



A G, solr Bulletin, r 613 Lai 



Anderson A Henry, marine engr, r 70S 
Douglas 

Anderson A J, r 33 Pond 

Anderson Albert (Anderson & O'Con- 
nor) r 3121!, Clementina 



Anderson Albert (Mechanics' Foundry) 

r 4251, 23d 
Anderson Albert, teamster Farnsworth 

& Ruggles, r 425 Bryant 
.\nderson Albert A, packer, r 1327 M 
Anderson Albert B. collr. r 506a Sanchez 
Anderson Albert G, mgr Schussler Bros, 

r Alameda 
Anderson Albert T, carp, r 772 Bush 
Anderson Albert V, elk London. Paris 

and American Bank, r 1194 Valencia 
Anderson Albin, lab r 857 Folsom 
Anderson Albin, mgr Scandinavian Sail 

ors' Home, r SE Cor Drumni an< 

Commercial 
An-derson Alexander, bartndr. r 806, 3( 
Anderson Alexander R (Anderson & Ol- 

sen) r 2401 Clement 
Anderson Alfred, bottler, r 346 Prospect 

Anderson Alfred, carp, r 124 Brewster 
Anderson Alfred, condtr U RR. r 2825, 

24th 
.Anderson Alfred, lab. r 19 Cotter 
.\nderson Alfred, lab. r 373 Hayes 
Anderson Alfred, lab, r 672 Ivy Av 
Anderson Alfred, rigger, r 115 South 

Park 
.Anderson Alfred, tanner, r 21 Costa 
Anderson Alfred E, sec and mgr Cal: 

fornia Transportation Co. Pier 5, 

2826 Howard 
.Anderson Alvina, widow, r 610 Jones 
Anderson Andreas, marine eng, r 124 

Pierce 
Anderson Andrew, baker, r 2278 Mission 
Anderson Andrew, blacksmith, r 108 

Minna 
Anderson Andrew, carp, r 17 Verona PI 
.Anderson Andrew, cigars, 629 Mont- 
gomery, r 1317 Jackson 
.Anderson Andrew, driver Golden West 



inderson Andrev 
inderson Andrev 
LBderson Andrev 
Lnderson Andrev 

Av 
inderson Andrew, 

Ferry Bldg 
tnderson Andr 



lab. r 323 Duncan 
lab, r 647 Kansas 
lodgings. 322 Fremont 
mach, r 239 Parker 

master mariner, 1 



. . s Lewis, Ander- 
son, ii-oard & Co, r 145 Capp 

.\nderson Andrew, rigger, r 508, 2d 

Anderson Andrew, seaman, r 905 San- 
chez 

.A.nderson Andrew, tailor, r 343 San Car- 
los Av 

-\nderson Andrew, upholst, Lick House 

-Anderson Andrew B, adjuster Mutual 
Gas Regulator Co, r 530 Golden Gate 
Av 

.A-nderson Andrew D. master mariner, 
r 307 Clipper 

Anderson Andrew E, lab. r 549 Folsom 

.Anderson Andrew H. propr Anderson 
-Auction House, r 101 Grove 

.Anderson Andrew J. tanner, r 2840 Fol- 
som 

.Anderson Andrew O, master mariner, 1 
Ferry Bldg 

-Anderson Andrew P, cabinet mkr, r 1547 
Treat Av 

Anderson Andrew P, driver Golden West 
Hotel, r 9 Shipley 

.Anderson Andrew P, iron wkr, r 140 
Richland Av 

.Anderson Andrew P, mach, r 506 San- 
chez 

.Anderson Andrew P, master mariner, 
r 25 Brazil Av 

-Anderson .Andrew P, waiter, r 2041 Tay- 



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Anderson Ann 
Anderson Ann 
Anderson Ann 



, r 86 Tiffany Av 
Miss, bakery. 351. 4th 
C, widow, notions. 4073. 



Anna T, widow, r 3812. 22d 
-..n Antone. lab. r 35 Zoe 

n Antone, lab. r 53 Clementina 
• n Antone C. sec Pac Saw Mfg 
r 266 Hartford 
.■Mu.ii>..n Archibald A. bkkpr Bulletin, 

r 1S71 Page 
Anderson Arthur, elk J Rothschild & Co, 

r 612 McAllister 
Anderson Arthur A. elk. r 521 Shotwell 
Anderson .\rthur E. carr. r 2153, 15th ' 
Anderson Ashhy M. lab. r 14 Woodward's 



i::es anything 
.; tel South 898 

n August, r 915 Battery rear 
'ui August, r 1530 Kentucky 
An.l.Tson August, blacksmitli, r 3 

Utah 
Anderson August, cabinet mkr. r 332 



19lh 



Anderson A-ugust, cigars. Pier 11, r 9-50^4 

Batteo' 
Anderson August, engineer, r 1426 Ken- 
Anderson August, gripman U RR, r 1208, 

45th Av 
Anderson August, lab. r 2007. 16th 
Anderson August, master sir Newark, 

r Alameda 
An.Urson August, painter, r 402 Golden 
':•■!<- Av 

on August, tailor, r 417 Kearny 
..n August G. carp, r 30 Surrey 
n August W, groceries. 720 Bran- 

n Axel. lab. r 249 Rltch 

■ II Axel, lab, r 322V4 Tehama 

■n Axel, lab, r 726 Harrison 

• 11 Axel, oyster man, r 213 Na- 

AiiiUrson Axel, seaman, r 10 Washington 
Anderson Axel, supt Bennett's Tannery, 

r 1629 San Bruno Av 
Anderson Axel K. sec Buffalo Mach Wks, 

r 540 Connecticut 
Anderson Axel J, shoemkr. 1273 Pacirto 
Anderson Axel T, seaman, r 57 Shotwell 
Anderson B. carp, r 210 Ritch 
Anderson Bros (J and W) bakery, 2757, 

24th 
Anderson Caesar, elk E P Walsh, r 1939 

Mason 
Anderson Carl, cement wkr. r 613 Mission 
Anderson Carl, housemover. r 2852. 22d 
Anderson Carl, mlllhund, r 10 Washing- 
ton 
Anderson Carl Rev, pastor Swedish Con- 
gregational Church, r 71 Pierce 
Anderson Carl. 2d mate U S str Ma- 
drono, r 176 Perry 
Anderson Carl, tanner, r 21 Costa 
Anderson Carl, waiter, r 312V4 Clemen- 
tina 
Anderson Carl A, ice puller, r 59V4 Con- 
verse 
Anderson Carl A, master mariner, r 8 

J.ickson 
Anderson Carl C. musical Instrument 
rnfr. 106 Golden Gate Av 

Hon Carl E. lab, r 924 .Minnesota 
n Carl J, barber, 1547 Mission 
Carl J, master mariner, r 201 



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Carl J, riveter, r 24Sa Clara 
Carlyle. student, r 2153. 15th 
Charles, r 122a Gilbert 



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.\nderson Charles, r 1125V4 Broadway 
Anderson Charles, bartndr, r 267 Natoma 
Anderson Charles, boatman, r 64 Jackson 
Anderson Charles, carp, r 19 Wlllo-w Av 
.Anderson Charles, carp, r ll"*, 5th 
.\nderson Charles, carp, r 927%, 14th 
Anderson Charles, carp, r 3098 Army 
.\nderson Charles, carpet layer, r 1046 

Sanchez 
.\nderson Charles, cement wkr, r 3921 

Folsom 
.Anderson Charles, condtr, r 506 Clayton 
.Anderson Charles, electn, r 225 Natoma 
Anderson Charles, Iron wkr, r 1432 

Geary 
Anderson Charles, janitor, r 1103 Ken- 
tucky 
.Anderson Charles, lab, r 2 Tehama 
Anderson Charles, lab, r 11 Peralta 
Anderson Charles, lab, r 16 Federal 
Anderson Charles, lab, r 507, 20th 
.Anderson Charles, lab, r 531% Bryant 
Anderson Charles, laundryman Inde- 
pendent Laundry, r 52 Sycamore Av 
Anderson Charles, master mariner, 1 

Ferry Bldg 
Anderson Charles, painter, r 22 Middle 
Anderson Charles, sawyer, r 111b Free- 
Ion 
Anderson Charles, seaman, r 157 Tehama 
.Anderson Charles, seaman, r 211 Steuart 
.Anderson Charles, seaman, r 331 Bryant 
.Anderson Charles, seaman, r 445, 3d 
-Anderson Charles, seaman, r 703V4 Davis 
Anderson Charles, shoemkr, 1633 Devl- 

sadero, r 2614 Bush 
Anderson Charles, tanner, r 79b Board- 
man ri 
Anderson Charles, teamster, r 1802 Fol- 
som 

ANDERSON CHARLES A. 

(Craig, Cochran 8t Co) funeral direc- 
tor, 429 Qolden Oate Av, tel Soath 
47, r 337 Elm Av 



mariner. 



Howard 
Anderson Charles A, 

1312 Kansa.s 
-Anderson Charles A, packer Tlilmann & 

Bendel, r 2718 Folsom 
Anderson Charles A, stevedore, r 63 

Shipley 
Anderson Charles A S, motrm U RR. 

r 921 Minnesota 
Anderson Charles C, clerk Slulz Bros, r 

2105 Steiner 
Anderson Charles D, cement wkr, r 4318, 

23d 
Anderson Charles E, bkkpr J A Folger 

& Co. r 4 28 Texas 
Anderson Charles E, lab. r 3 Morrell PI 
Anderson Charles E, lab. r 409, 1st 
Anderson Charles B, lab, r 922 Michigan 
Anderson Charles E, plumber, 1616 Polk, 

r 291 Chattanooga 
Anderson Charles E, salesman McCann, 

rU'lfher * Allen, r 2427 Green 
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.\naerson Charles K, tallow wks, 1228. 
19th Av South 

Anderson Charles F, marine eng, r 3634a, 
16th 

Ander.son Charles F. niiner. r 517 C 
Shutwell 

Andc-rsKin Charles G, bricklr. r 516 Pre- 
cita Av 

Anderson Charles G. tailor, r SV, Monroe 

Anderson Charles H. artist Elite Photo 
Studio, r 480 Ellis 

Anderson Charles H, elk Ticket Aud Of- 
fice S P Co. r Oakland 

.\nderson Charles H. laundryman Inde- 
pendent Laundry, r 8 Ford 

Anderson Charles H, mach. r 1093 How- 
ard 

.\nderson Charles H. paints and oils, 
2116 Fillmore, r 22 Middle 

Anderson Charles J, elk G Gall, r 252 
Minna 

Anderson Charles J, deckhand, r 243 
Greenwich 

.Anderson Charles J, lab. r 332 Pitch 

Anderson Charles J. lifiuors, 231 East 
St North, r 10 Washington 

Andei-son Charles J. master mariner, r 
70S Douglass 

.\nderson Charles J, teamster, r 315 
Dora 

.Anderson Charles R, draftsman, r 243 
Greenwich 

Anderson Charles W, condtr U RR, r 
506 Clayton 

Anderson Charles W, foreman Empire 



.\nderson Charles W, teamster, r 30 Val- 
paraiso 
Anderson Christ, baker, r 406 Minna 
Anderson Christ, bkkpr Montgomery's 

Hotel, r 425 Bryant 
Anderson Chri.st, carp, r 560 Howard 
Anderson Christ, elk, r 665 Pine 
Anderson Christ, molder. r 2 Worth 
Anderson Christian, r 1103 Daguna 
Anderson Christian, blksmith, 415 6th 
Anderson Christian, cabinet mkr, r 2617. 

.Anderson Christian, lab. r 507. 20th 
Anderson Christian, lab. r 1709 Howard 
.\nderson Christian, master mariner, r 

ISVi Freelon 
Anderson Christian A, glassblower, r 

2617, 21st 
Anderson Christopher, teamster, r 425 

Bryant 
.\nderson Christopher, waiter, r 1324 

Mission 
.\nderson Clarence, mill hand, r 116a 

West Mission 
Anderson Clarence E, elk Eastman Ko- 
dak Co, r 243 Greenwich 
Anderson Clarence E, gripman Cal St 

RR, r 1218 Union 
Anderson Clarence L, civil eng. r 300 

Baker 
Anderson Clarence T, lab, r 1317 Steven- 



.^nderson Conrad, inventor, r 439 Jessie 
Anderson Cornelius, mgr Anderson & 

Co, 1625 Eddy, r 1627 Eddy 
Anderson Daisy Mrs, r 916b Fulton 
.\nderson David, master mariner, 1 Fer- 
ry Bids 
Anderson David, steward, r 1219 Mis- 
sion 

Anderson Duncan A, mach, r 145, 2d Av 
Anderson E A Mrs, widow, r 40 HofC Av 
Anderson E C, lab S P Co, r 609 Clay 
Anderson E Cook Mrs (A' Vida Medical 

Co) r 3524. 19th 
Anderson Edgar A. mach. r 77 Cumber- 
land 
Anderson Edmund J, elk Newman & 

Levinson, r 1722 O'Farrell 
Anderson Edward (McVeigh & Ander- 
son) r 15 Howard 
Anderson Edward, barber, r 704^4 Larkin 
Anderson Edward, master mariner, 1 

Ferry Bldg 
Anderson Edward, seaman, r 708V4 Fol- 

som 
Anderson Edward, ship bldr, r 103 4 Bry- 

Anderson Edward, shoemkr, 390 San- 
chez, r 259 Sanchez 

Anderson Edward, treas Marine Cooks 
and Stewards Assn. r Berkeley 

Anderson Edward B, comp, r 49 Hill 

Anderson Edward L, piano mover By- 
ron Mauzy, r 926 Washington 

Anderson Kdward P, bartndr, r 290 L.au- 
rel Av 

Anderson Edward W, marine eng, r 145, 

Anderson Edwin, carp, r 128 Valley 
Anderson Edwin, traveling frgt agt Bal- 
timore Si Ohio RR Co. r 526 Turk 
Anderson E E, carp, r Abbotsford Hotel 
Anderson Elmer, condtr U RR, r 1052 

Mississippi 
.\nderson Elmer W. elk Oregon Coal and 

Navigation Co, r 2892 Pine 
.\nderson Ernanuel, carp, r 22 Pond 
.\nderson Emil, lab, r 2960c Folsom 
Anderson Emil. master mariner, r 6 De- 
catur 
.\nderson Emil, master mariner, r 48 

Federal 
Anderson Emil. pipe fitter, r 513 Con- 
necticut 
Anderson Emil, seaman, r 204 E;ist St 

South 
Anderson Emil C, bkkpr Blake, Moffltt 

& Towne. r San Mateo 
.Anderson Emma, widow, r 309 Guerrero 
Anderson Emma, widow, r 1646. 1 

Av South 
Anderson Eric, r 49 Sussex 
Anderson Eric A, gripman U RR, r i: 



Anderson Ernest, master mariner, office 
202 Market 

Anderson E V, painter, r 1343 Vallejo 

.\nderson Fannie, widow, r 539 Guerrero 

Anderson Flora, widow, r 12 Enterprise 

Anderson Frances R Mrs. propr Hotel 
Roanoke. SOS Bush 

.Anderson Francisca, widow, r 38b Te- 
hama 

Anderson Frank, bookmkr Union Lithe 
Co. r 504 Stockton 

Anderson Frank, moti 
Heyman Av 

Anderson Frank, ropeman U RR, r 406a 
Central Av 

Anderson Frank, seaman, r 400 Beale 

-Anderson Frank, steward str State of 
California, r 4078, 25th 

ANDEBSODT ZTLAITIC B, vice pres The 
Bank of California, NW cor Califor- 
nia and Sansome, r 2521 Steiner 

Anderson Frank H. lab, r 405 Gougli 



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inderson Frank M, 

). r Berkeley 
inderson Frank W. shoe finisher, r 204 

" in Jose Av 
inderson Frank X. waiter, r 337 Jessie 
nderson Fred, r 222 Mason 
inderson Fred, cooper, r 672 Ivy Av 

rson Fred, draftsman U I Wks, r 
i.T Chattanooga 
Uiderson Fred, master mariner, r 699 

Harrison 
inderson Fred, ship Joiner U I Wks, r 

2617. 2l8t 
Vnderson Fred, yeast mkr. r Indiana nr 

23d 
Vnderson Fred A, emp W 'W Montague 

& Co. r 205 Chattanooga 
inderson Fred E. master mariner, r 2972 

23d 
Vnderson Frederick, r 1912'4 Powell 
Vnderson Frederick, carr. r 254 Jessie 
Vnderson Frederick, elk. r 667 Turk 
Vnderson Frederick. lab. r 726 Harrison 
Inderson Frederick, rigger, r 58 Clara 
Vnderson Frederick, roofer, r 24V4 Isis 
Vnderson Frederick, sallmkr. r 884 Illi- 
nois 
Vnderson Frederick, seaman, r 607 How- 
ard 

ler.-son Frederick A. mach. r 248 Scott 
Vnderson Frederick C. elk. r 224. 7th Av 
Vnderson Frederick C. mining, r 610 

Jones 
Anderson Frederick C. tanner, r 36 Grove 
Anderson Frederick N, mlllhand. r 408 

Octavla 
Vnder.son Fritz, painter, r 86 Tiffany Av 
Anderson O Mrs. millinery, 1142 Sutter, 

555 Kills 
Anderson George, bookbdr R I Whelan 

*- Co. r 332 RItch 
Andrrson George, elk. r 225. 7th 
Anderson George, lab. r 213 Natoma 
Anderson George. lab. r 565 Howard 
Anderson George C B. elk Balfour Guth- 
rie * Co, r Alameda 
Anderson George T, mach. r HSfi Halght 
And<>rson George H. oik Frgt Aud S P 

"->. r 1S71 McAllister 
Anderson George M. master mariner, r 

265 Jersey 
Anderson George O. porter, r 410 Kearnv 
Anderson George VT. elk Frgt Aud S P 

Co r 1646. nth Av South 
Anderson George W. tailor, r 820 Eliza- 



Anderson Gnstav. carp, r 3007 Harrison 
Anderson G\istav. lab. r 213 Xatoma 

nderson Gustav. lab. r 637. 3d 
Anderson Gustav, mgr W Devlin, r 516 



Anderson Gustav. 
South 



. r 230 East St 



rpon Gustav E F. physician. 637 
enrny r K55 Ellis 
Anderson Gnstave. carp, r 2718 Folsom 
Anderson Gu-^tave. rlk. r 40 Chesley 
Alider.-«on GuslSve. lah. r 263. 3d 
Andopson Gus-tave. 11<|uorB. 422. 3d 
Andersnn Gnstave E. master mariner, T 

HA Convf-rse 
AVSERSOir K. costiimer. 26 O'Fftrrr'l, 
tel Rrowi) 244. r 1208 Gearv, tel Ijir- 
kln 2151 
Anderson Hnlvor. surfman Southslde 

" ife Saving Station 
Anderson Hans, furrier, r 1256. 20th Av 
Ar I— a^n Hans. lodgings. 86414 Mission 
■ ■ ""I Honti. tailor, r 820 TiJIIzabeth 
n Harold, marine eng, r 5122 

T Harold W, student, r 122 Al- 



^ WMAM&B 

'r.ealBwe Companv^ 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

m^^'452 8'"5tMkndXal. 

EHDJIE MiilH 3Zfl- 

Anderson Harry, hostler, r 2627 Mission 

Anderson Harry, nurse, r 1284% Lom- 
bard 

Anderson Harry, shipsmith, r 1802 Fol- 
som 

Anderson Harrv A. elk London, Paris 
and American Bank, r 133 Capp 

Anderson Harry E, liquor dlr, r 3336, 
23d 

Anderson Harry F, wirewkr, r 782 Treat 
Av 

Anderson Harry T (Ander.son & Topp) 
r 129a O'Parrell 

Anderson Henry, r 632 Natoma 

Anderson Henry, master mariner, r 416 
Van Ness Av 

Anderson Henry, mining engr, r 2l:;i 
Howard 

Anderson Henry, porter, r 681 Mission 

Anderson Henry, seaman, r 313 Jessie 

Anderson Henry C, master mariner, 1 
Ferry Bldg 

Anderson Henry G, bkkpr W & J Sloane 
& Co, r 4057, 17th 

Anderson Henry J, repairer U RR, r 79 
California Av 

ANDERSON KENBT F, ship j-ard and 
marine ways, 850, 9th Av South 

Anderson Herbert A, painter J H Keefe 

Anderson Herman, deckhand, r 10 Wash- 
ington 

Anderson Herman, lab U RR, r 3545. 



Cal Genl 



20th 

Anderson Hesther. 
Hospital 

Anderson Hezeklah S, horse clipper, 1499 
Market, r 72, 9th 

Anderson H G, rlk aud disbursements 
S P Co, r 657 Busih 

Anderson H H. yardman Jersey Farm 
Co, r 849 Howard 

Anderson Hicks, condtr U RR, r 2937 
Pine 

Anderson Hildlng. r 1271 Bush 

Anderson H J, marine eng, 36 Bast St 
South 

Anderson Hjalmar A, painter, r 86 Tif- 
fany Av 

Anderson Hugh, r 2867, 24th 

Anderson Hugh D, motrm U RR, r 970 
Oak rear 

Anderson Ida, widow, liquors, 432 Bran- 
nan 

Anderson Ida D Miss, r 1429 I^rkln 

Anderson Iiiga, widow, r 96 Sanchez 

Anderson Ingeborg. widow. propr St 
lyouis House. 411 Drumm 

Anderson Ivan. carp, r 2281. 15th 

Anderson J, master mariner Piper, Aden, 
Goodall Co. r 2 Alger PI 

Anderson Jacob H V. foreman S H Har- 
mon Lumber Co, r 313 Castro 

Anderson James, r 174 Perry 

Anderson James (Anderson Bros) r 2757, 
24th 

Anderson James, carp, r 3305. 24th 

Anderson James, marine eng, r 318 
Fremont 

Anderson James, painter, r 3462, 18th 

Anderson James, slilp carp U I Wks, 
r 4122, 20th 

Anderson James, teamster, r 1237 York 

.Anderson James A, elk, r 24 Carl 

.\ndersr»n James D, shipwright, r 74 Du- 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



E. MAPTIN e^ CO. 



54-56 First St. 



WESTERN FUEL CO. "?ar: 



IROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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International Banking 
Corporation 

Otaeral Banking Business Transacted 
Foreign Exchange a Specialty 

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ANDERSON JAISISS H, chief elk L L 
Bromwell and sec California Ins Co, 
20S Pine, r 1395 Masonic Av 

Anderson James H, sergt police, r 29 
Vicksburg 

Anderson James J, barber, 128 Califor- 
nia 



r 641 Turk 
Anderson James W, recorder Islam 

Temple Mystic Shrine, 6 Union 

Square Av, r 1432 Laguna 
Anderson Jeanette A Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r Hotel Oliver 
Anderson Jens A, lab, r 12 Hayward 
Anderson J F, lab, r 537 Ellis 
Anderson J J Mrs, r 570 O'Farrell 
Anderson J L C, r 964 Geary 
Anderson John, r 695 Utah 
Anderson John, r 1375 Harrison 
Anderson John (Carlson & Anderson) 

r 2933 Mission 
Anderson John, barber, r 445^^. 3d 
Anderson John, bkkpr Poetsch & Peter- 
son, r 3098 Army 
Anderson John, builder, r 516 Diamond 
Anderson John, carp, r 532, 6th 
Anderson John, carp, r 849 Filbert 
Anderson John, elk. r 1939 Mason 
Anderson John, engineer, r 2 Essex PI 
Anderson John, fireman, r 43 8 Presidio 

Av 
Anderson John, glaewkr, r 3009 Harri- 



Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 

nder 



John, lab, r 25 Zoe 
John, lab, r 404 Grove 
John, lab, r 432 Brannan 
John, lab, r 685 Howard 
John, lab. r 1153 Pacific 
John, lab, r 1910 Stockton 
John, liquors. 13 Steuart 
John, mach, r 176. 4th 
John, marine eng, r 56 Steuart 
John, master mariner, 1 Ferry 



Anderson 
Anderson 
Anderson 

Bldg 
Anderson John, oiler Cal St RR, r 1277 

Bush 
Anderson John, pipe fitter U I Wks, r 

337 Mississippi 
Anderson John, porter, r 8 Hawthorne 
Anderson John, sailmkr, r 17 Chapulte- 

pec 
Anderson John, seaman, r 227 Harrison 
.Anderson John, seaman, r 2661, 22d 
Anderson John, vamisher, r 723, 10th 

Anderson John, waiter, r Sailors' Home 
Anderson John A, mgr White Star Laun- 
dry, r 9 Cohen PI 
Anderson John A, rigger, r 3815 Army 
Anderson John A, ropemkr, r 30 Goethe 
.Anderson John B, hospital corps USA, 

r 2 4 66 Lombard 
Anderson John C. foreman U I Wks, r 

Felton nr Harvard 
Anderson John E, carriage painter, 1524 

San Bruno Av and 3011 Mission, 

r 945 Capp 
Anderson John E, master mariner, r 

3812, :2d 
Anderson John F, capt of watch P M 

SS Co, r 1SS2 Page 
Anderson J.hn F. elk S H Frank & Co, 



Anderson John G, By postal elk, ft Mar- 
ket 

Anderson John G, tailor, r 745, 1st A\ 
Anderson John H, carp, r 43% Hermanr 
Anderson John H. carp, r 1259, 10th A^ 
Anderson John H, elk. r 4057. 17th 
Anderson John J. marine eng, 36 East St 

South 
Anderson John McC, with Tom C Grant 

r 616 Bush 
Anderson John N, tailor, r 216 Montgom- 

Anderson John O. lab. r 305 Main 
Anderson John R, marine eng, 36 East 

St South 
Anderson John T. condtr U RR, r 1344 t 

Mason 
Anderson John W, molder U I Wks 

r 924 Illinois 
Anderson John W, stevedore, r 141% Sil- 
ver 
Anderson Jonas, awning mkr, r 17 Chap- 

ul tepee 
Anderson Jonathan, bldr, r S03 Castro 
Anderson Joseph, r 2111 Greenwich 
Anderson Joseph, lab, r 2663, 22d 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r 726% Pacific j 
Anderson Joseph H, tailor, 2803% Green- 
wich, r 736 Folsom 
Anderson Joseph L. elk. r 222 Mason 
ANDEBSON JOSEPH S, representative ' 
United Agency Co of New York, office . 
10 Beale. tel Main 1476. r Fruitvale ' 
Av, Fruitvale 
Anderson Josephine, widow, r 16 Federal i 
Anderson Josie. widow, r 1555 Kearny 
Anderson Julia, widow, r 125 Locust Av 
teamster, r 14 Wood- 



Anderson Jul: 

ward's Av 

Anderson JuliE 



Av 



ilesman, r 503 Vas 



Anderson Julius, hodearrier, r 109 Call- 

tornia South 
Anderson Julius, hodearrier. r 2034 Bry- 
ant 
Anderson Julius, seaman, r 176 Perry 
Anderson Julius C. millhand Cal Barre 

Co. r 2125. 18th Av South 
Anderson Julius P, carp, 1740 Market, 

r 236, 27th 
Anderson Kate Mrs. dressmkg, 70, 9th 
Anderson Kenneth P, marine eng. r 2712s 

Bush 
Anderson Konrad, glassblower, r 186( 

Howard 
Anderson Lars A, liquors and lodgi 

510 Pacific 
Anderson Laura Mrs, r 860 Mission 
Anderson Lawrence F. painter, r 43S 

Francisco 
Anderson Lawrence T. stevedore, r 191( 

Union 
Anderson Lee E. carp, r 848 Fell 
Anderson Levina. widow, r 3783. 20tl- 
Anderson Lilburn B. elk U S Customs 

r 340 Geary 
.\nderson Lillie A Mrs, r 29 Vicksburg 
Anderson Lily, widow, r 812a Jessie 
Anderson Lizzie, widow, r 16 Palmer 
Anderson Lornts. tanner, r 1450 

Bruno Av 

Anderson Louis, blksmith. r 1317 Jacksor 
Anderson Louis, cabinet mkr. r 2617, 21sl 
Anderson Louis, car repr Cal St RR 

r 1531 Clay 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r 55 Silver 
Anderson Louis, ship joiner U I Wks. i 



Anderson Louis A, ironwkr. 



Folson 



Howard 

Anderson Louis J, mach. r 15 Tehama 
Anderson Ludwig. blksmith. r 663 Florids 
Anderson Lydia. widow, r 256 San Carlo: 



IMM. KLEIN ELECTRICiL CO. 



W. J. MORGAN, PRE! 

105-107 Battery St. 



Tel. Main 389 



Suisbine Lamps, Fan Matirs 
Evarytbing Elactrieal. 
LinaTsolsofavarydsscriptior 



Anderson Magnus, cooper, r 69 Minna 
Anderson Marcellus O. capt police, r 2174, 

15th 
Anderson Marcus. Ueut police, r 75 Ber- 

lard 
Anderson Marlon S, barber, 650 Paclflc, 

r 7 Montgomery Av 
Anderson Mark, elk, r 531 Turk 
Anderson Mark, master U S str Madrono, 

r 1104 Market 
Anderson Maro. elev opr. r 222 Mason 
Anderson Martin, mach. r 316^4 Fran- 
cisco 
Anderson Martin, marine eng, 36 East St 

South 
Anderson Martin, sailmkr Ames & Har- 
ris, r 285 Sanchez 
Anderson Martin, seaman, r 21 Stanly PI 
Anderson Martin, stev, r 660 Harrison 
Anderson Mary, widow, r 1637 Filbert 
Anderson Mary Miss, dressmkr. r 2149. 

15th 
Anderson Mary Mrs. r 730 Howard 
Anderson Mary Mrs. r 817 Van Ness Av 
Anderson Mary A. widow, r 438V4 Jessie 
Anderson Mary A. widow, r 1205 Taylor 
Anderson Mary A Miss, r 2685 Howard 
Anderson Mary B. widow, r 21H4 Tehama 
Anderson Mathias C. restaurant, 443 Pres- 
idio Av 
[Anderson Mathilda C. widow (Anderson 
i & Cardlnet) r 40 Hoff Av 
(Anderson Matilda Mrs. r 1304 Powell 



37 MInr 



Mis- 



Traders' 



derson Matthew 
Anderson May Mrs, 
I slon 

Anderson Mervyn H, 
I- Co, r 248 Scott 
Anderson Michael, driver Mrs M A Fox 
lAnderson Michael, shipwright U I Wks, 

r 422 Missouri 
LAnderson Miller (Anderson & Jacobsen) 
r r 22 Johnston Av 

Anderson Miller, lab. r 14 Woodward's Av 
lAnderson Mllo J. condtr. r 229 Day 
Anderson Morris, liquors, 601 Kearny. 

r 2709 Sutter 
;Anderson M P. chipper, r 9 Shipley 
Anderson Neal, foreman L. Otzen & Co, 
I r 1931 Pierce 
Anderson Nels, pres Cal Transportation 

Co. Pier 5, r 2826 Howard 
Anderson Nelson, elk. r 1317 Jackson 
Anderson Nelson, lab. r 66 Jackson 
'Anderson Nicholas, painter, r 768 Fulton 
Anderson Nlel T. salesman, r 3119 Pierce 
Anderson Nils, bartndr, r 530 Paclflc 
Anderson Nils, cigarmkr, r 21 Costa 
Anderson Nils, liquors, 214 Sleuart 
Anderson O. glovecutter Carson Glove 

Co. r 4238, 20th 
Anderson O, master mariner Piper Aden 

Goodall Co. r 24 Clay 
Anderson Olaf, cabinet mkr. r 26 Turk 
Anderson Olaf. cooper, r 514. 3d 
Anderson Olaf, Janitor, 121 Geary, r 511 

Taylor 
Anderson Olaf, lab, r 106H Welsh 
Anderson Olaf, master mariner, 1 Ferry 

Bldg 
Anderson Olaf A. painter, 38 Duboce Av 
Anderson Olaf O. flsherman. r cor 23d 

and Pennsylvania Av 
Anderson Olaf H. carp, r 124 Langton 
Anderson Ole, marine eng, 36 EJast St 

South 
Anderson Ole, with Mangrum & Otter, 

r 37 Stoneman 
Anderson Ole C. Ironwkr, r 2 Columbia PI 
Anderson Oliver L. carp, r 69 Condon 
Anderson Oscar, elk. r 32. 4th 
Anderson Oscar. lab. r 208 Drumm 
Anderson Oscar, master mariner, r 2295 



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Anderson Osoar A, chipper U I Wks 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



Anderson Oscar O, elk Cal Transp Co, 

r Alameda 
Anderson Oscar W, carpet cutter M Fried- 
man & Co, r 1025 Stelner 
Anderson Otto, cabinet mkr, r 2617, 21st 
Anderson Otto, carp, r 1746 Ellis 
Anderson Otto, seaman, r 19 Steuart 
Anderson Otto, surveyor Board of Fire 

Underwriters, r 708b Guerrero 
Anderson O W, comp, r 1053i4 Golden 

Gate Av 
Anderson Paul (Anderson & Harrison) 

r 316 Fillmore 
Anderson Paul, blksmlth, r 602 McAllister 
Anderson Paul, mech Otis Elev Co. r 52 

Clara 
.\nderson Paul, pilot str Dauntless 
Anderson Paul, student, r 71 Pierce 
Anderson Paul C, tailor, r 3896, 17th 
Anderson P B, lab, r 68 Minna 
Anderson Peter, carp, 624 Ellis, r 407b 

Hyde 
Anderson Peter, eng tug Rescue, Pier 13 
Anderson Peter, lab, r 1 Simpson PI 
Anderson Peter, lab, r 15 Merchant 
Anderson Peter, laundryman S F Laun- 
dry 
Anderson Peter, liquors, 604, 4th 
Anderson Peter, plumber, r 4073, 24th 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r 7 Vallejo 
Anderson Peter, ship fitter, r 617 Wis- 
consin 
Anderson Peter, teamster, r 2168, 15th 
Anderson Peter A, blksmlth, r 3016 Fill- 
more 
Anderson Peter B, painter, r 1309 Lyon 
Anderson Peter E, cooper, r 1330, 7th Av 

South 
Anderson Peter E, 1st officer str Ala- 
meda, r 393 Halght 
Anderson Peter N, driver, r 1848 Folsom 
Anderson Pierre, r 208 Moulton Av 
Anderson P Olof. driver Shasta Laundry. 

r 70. 9th 
Anderson Press W (Kelly & Anderson) 

r 2600 Lombard 
Anderson R, gripman Cal St RR. r 1251a 

Broadway 
Anderson R A. painter, r 25 Laskle 



Ande 



Ralph, r 241 Oak 



Ra> 



156, 4th 



ipp 

with hot and cold lunches, 1372-1 

Market, 7-11 City Hall Av. tel Jessie 

1381. r 1736 Stelner 
Anderson Richard. Inb. r 579. 3d 
Anderson Richard K. contr. r 122 Alpln* 
Anderson Robert, r 1 29a O'Farrell 
Anderson Robert, emp Am Biscuit Co, 

r S49 Filbert 
Anderson Robert, expressman, r 326 San 

Jose Av 
Anderson Robert A, mat cutter, r 554 

Hayes 
Anderson Robert C, dentist, 6 Turk, r 626 

Eddy 
Anderson Robert K, orchardlst. r 29 

VIcksburp 
Anderson Robert J. elk Lyon & Hong. 

r 1402 Golden Gate Av 
Anderson Robert L, bartndr, r 446 Ful- 



ton 



^ndf 



Robe 



RING UP PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 

The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 



27 TENTH STREET 



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Western Fuel Co. 

Miners and Shippers 



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& CD. 



Anderson Roy R, elk Geo W Caswell Co, 

r 3163. 23d 
Anderson Rudolph, painter, r 125 Locust 

Av 
.A-rderson Samuel, bartndr, r 161, 2d 
Anderson Samuel, foreman, r 2016a Sutter 
Anderson Samuel, tailor, r 911 Bush 
Anderson Samuel A Jr, sec Royal Heat- 
ing Co. 738 Mission, r 1222 Buchanan 
Anderson Sarah, liquors, 839a Howard, 

r 328 Tehama 
Anderson Smith, salesman Lace House, 

r 114, 10th Av 
Anderson Sterling, teamster U RR, r 14 

Woodward's Av 
Anderson Stewart M, elk T J Conroy, 

r Belvedere 
Anderson Swan, cigars, 21, 30th 
Anderson Tena Miss, r 1051 Mission 
Anderson The, Mrs M Bassett propr, 407 

Powell 
Anderson Theodora, r 33 Gilbert 
Anderson Theodore, r 307, 4th 
Anderson Theodore, lab, r 1910 Stockton 
Anderson Thomas, lab, r 409 Harriet 
Anderson Thomas, marine eng, r 26 Rin- 



Pl 



312 



infle 



The 



las, sparmkr, r 2963, 26th 
Anderson Thomas, waiter, r 117. 6th 
Anderson Thomas W, marine reporter 

Marine Exchange, r 407. 43d Av 
Anderson Thorwald. cigars, r lOO'A. 6th 
Anderson Thorwald P Mrs, medium, r 

100%. 6th 



r 235 Fulton 
Anderson Victor, foreman Natl Ice Co. 

r 22 Cuvier 
Anderson Victor, tailor, r 3896, 17th 
Anderson Victor J, salesman Fairbanks, 

Morse & Co, r 306 Waller 
Anderson W. musician, r 580 Fell 
Anderson Waldron W, teacher dancing, 

840 Geary, r 771 Geary 
Anderson Walter, r 927%, 14th 
Anderson Walter, bricklr, r 

rison 
Anderson Walter, carp, r 227 Mini 
Anderson Walter, seaman, r 12! 

Bruno Av 
Anderson Walter E, marine eng. 



752 Har- 



San 



2d Av 
Anderson Walter G, sec Friedlander Hat 

Co, r 3645 Clay 
Anderson Wendell P, r 122 Alpine 
Anderson W H, bkkpr Grand Rapids 

Purn Co, r 1331 Leavenworth 
Anderson Wilber. lineman P S Tel & Tel 

Co, r 149 Taylor 
Anderson W^illiam (Anderson Bros) r 

2757. 24th 
An-der.son William (Nicholson & Ander- 
son) r 2149, 15th 
Anderson William, carp, r 2281, 15th 
Anders n William, elk, r 290 Laurel Av 
Anderson William, cook, r 1306% Stockton 
Andersor, William, eng Tubbs Cordage 

Co, r ;!2, 223 
Anderson \\ illiam, lab, r 730 Harrison 
Anderson nilliam, lab, r 2105% Stockton 
Anderson V-illiam, molder, r 308. 5th 



Anderson William, painter, r 12 Enter- 



Ion 
Anderson William A, lab, r 440a Clem- 
entina 
Anderson William A, lab, r 453 Tehama 
Anderson William A. lab. r 1110 Kansas 
Anderson William B. bldr, r 1221 San 

Bruno Av 
Anderson William C, salesman Blake, 

Moffitt & Towne, r 6 40 Geary 
Anderson William E. elk S F News Co, 

r 225 Natoraa 
Anderson William J (Kidd & Anderson) 

r The Chesterfield 
Anderson William R, cigars, 97, 3d, r 35a 

Perry 
Anderson William R. elk, r 720 Brannan 
Anderson William T, salesman L Feld- 

mann & Co, r 528 Jersey 
Anderson William W, car repr S P Co, 

r 683 Howard 
Anderson William W, elk Assessor, r 225 

Natoma 
Anderson Winfield S, elk Lyon & Hoag, 



r 1402 Golden Gate Av 



noon and 7:30 evening, other hours by 
special appointment, tel East 32, r 
1914 Pacific Av, tel West 123 

Anderson & Campbell (A V Anderson and 
O Campbell) tamale mfrs, 445 Valencia 

Anderson & Cardine,t (Mrs M C Anderson 
and E H Cardinet) candies, 2008 Mis- 

ANSERSOir & CO (Inc) Cornelius Ander- 
son mgr, carpenters, etc, 1625 Eddv, 
tel Scott 1866 
Anderson & Harrison (P Anderson and J 

Harrison) florists, 316 Fillmore 
Anderson & Jacobsen (M Anderson and 

A Jacobsen) painters, 185, 7th 
Anderson & Middleton Lumber Co, 22 

California 
Anderson & O'Connor (A Anderson and 

J O'Connor) restaurant. 516, 4th 
Anderson & Olsen (A R Anderson and 

O C Olsen) liquors, 522 Jackson 
Anderson & Topp (H T Anderson and W 

W Topp) liquors, 38 Stockton 
C?" Anderson. See Andersen, Andresen 

and Enderson 
Anderson's Express Co (N Mitchell) 29 

E^ast St North 
Anderton Andrew F. foreman, r Sunny 

Dale Av nr Peabody 
ANDES SrLVEB VamSQ CO, Nathan- 
iel T Messer pres, John W Twiggs 
sec, 21-22 Nevada Block 
Andichou John, r 1407, 7th Av South 
Andichou Max (Clavere & Andichou) 

r 1516, 8th Av South 
Andker Andrew, tailor, r 56 Prosper 
Andko George, blksmith U RR, r 1533 

Valencia 
Andler Jeanette, widow, r 937 Sanchez 
Andler J Victor, elk. r 937 Sanchez 
Andorilla Matilda, widow, r 34a John 
Andrade Bernard, bellman Palace Hotel. 

r 2332 Post 
Andrade Hortense Miss, r 1804 Mason 
Andrade John, cooper, r 75 Jackson 
Andrade Joseph, eng str Modoc, r Ala- 
meda 
Andrade Manuel, liquors. 258 Brannan 
Andrade Pablo A (Andrade & Worth) r 

54 Henry 
Andrade & Worth (P A Andrade and ^V 

E Worth) coffee and teas, 3037, 16th 
Andrae A May, widow, r 535% Stevenson 
Andrae Mary C Mrs, hair specialist, 869 

Sutter 
Andrae Oswald, woodcarver. r 27 Chapul- 
tepec 



JAIVIEIS CAIMTLEY & CO. 

ASPHALTUM ROOFING 

?60 HOWAPe STREET, Nt»B tiXTH 



MOTORS BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED AND RENTED 

WEIDENTHAL-GOSLINER ELECTRIC WORKS 

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Andre Eugenie, widow, r 833 Pacific 
Andre Flenry, stevedore, r 1219 MIssi 
Andre John L. porter, r 303 Uevisadt 



ANDRE LEON 



Franklin 



60th St, Oakliuid 

Andre Lewis J. draftsman CoUlen State 

& Miners- Iron Wks. r 32ti Lily Av 
Andre Pauline Mme, mgr female dept 

Leon Andre, r 2216 Union 
Andre Williara, delicacies, 1359 Minna 
CT'.Xndre. See Andrie 
Andrea Florian. r 1748, 17th Av South 
C7Andreano. See Andriano 
Andreazzl Ubaldo (Battlstessa & An- 

dreazzl) r 437 Filbert 
Andree Carl. carp, r 110, 8th 
Andreen Philip Rev, paator Eb«nezer 

Swedish Evangelical Church, r 208 

Dolorea 
C^Andregg. See Anderegg 
Andreln Paul, cook, r P South nr ISth Av 
Andreotti Natale, Inst mkr J C Sala, r 

i;56 Bryant 
CTAndreotti. See Andriottl 
Andres F O, sign painter, r 1 
Andres Henry, mach, r 560 Howard 
Andrea John P, plumber, r 573 Mission 
Andres Joseph, r 202 Laguna 
Andres Louise, widow, r 2754 Octavla 
Andres Robert, butcher, r 719 Clement 
Andresen Andreas, teamster, r 2390 Bry- 

Andresen C, pipe fitter, r 514% Brannan 
Andresen Christian, hostler, r 1103 La- 
guna 
Andresen Christian, liquors, 1248 Fill- 
more 
Andresen Hans G, carp, r 1219 Kearny 
Andresen Henry, carp, r 849 Florida 
Andresen Henry H, cellarman. r 53H4 

Bryant 
Andresen Martin, painter, r 1219 Kearny 
Andresen Ingeborg Miss, r 2507 Pine 
Andresen Jacob W, elk Ticket Aud office 

8 P Co, r Berkeley 
Andresen Louis (Andresen & Hansen) 

r 1326 Valencia 
Andresen Nicholas, r 3015 Fillmore 
Andresen Peter, cooper, r 1330. 7th Av 

South 
Andresen & Hansen (L Andresen and L 

Hansen) butchers, 1190 Valencia 
Andressen Eneval. master mariner, r 325 

Fremont 
Andressen John, seaman, r 510 Howard 
Andressen Oscar, marble cutter, r 133 

Erie 
Andressen Peter H. cabinet mkr. r 3271. 

16th 
CT^Andressen. See Andersen and Ander- 
son 
AKBBEW ASAX, pres Mt Shasta Min- 
eral Spring Co. cor 6th and Brannan. 
and Railroad Commissioner, r 1900 
Pierce 
Andrew Alfred G. plumber, r 238 Shot- 
well 
Andrew Annie E. widow, nurse Emer- 
gency Hospital, r 238 Shotwell 
Andrew Cornelia, widow, r 646 Fell 
Andrew E F. r 829 Stevenson 
Andrew James, nurse, r 2344 Sutter 
Andrew John H. vice-prea Ecco Battery 

Co. r Alameda 
Andrew Katherlne E. widow, r 1632 Union 
Andrew Libble. widow, r 1506% Califor- 
nia 
Andrew May P Miss, atenog W L W Mil- 
ler, r 970 Sutter 
Andrew Sanf.-rd H. .Ik R J.iiIzh. h. r 730 




443 Eliza- 



Andrew William K. with Ecco Battery 
Co. r Alameda 

ANDBEWS A, propr Diamond PaJace. 
diamonds, watches and Jewelry. 221 
Montgomery, tel Bush 803. r Lick 
House 

Andrews Alexander, cook, r 248 East St 
South 

Andrews Alice, widow, r 505 Goldeh Gate 
Av 

Andrews Allen E. ironwkr. r 670 Grove 

Andrews Andrew F. salesman, r 007 Polk 

Andrews Annie G Mrs. sec Eagle Crack- 
er and Biscuit Co, r 1501 Mission 

Andrews Anthony, cabinet mkr, r 16 
Victor 

Andrews Augusta E, widow, r 312 Bart- 
lett 

Andrews Belle Miss, stenog. r 963 Folsom 

Andrews Caroline, widow, r 573 Mission 

Andrews C B Mrs, supt Presidio Station 
PostoflBce, r Presidio 

Andrews Charles, engineer S H Harmon 
Lumber Co, r 147 Perry 

Andrews Charles Mrs, janltrix Noe Val- 
ley School, r 443 Elizabeth 

Andrews Charles F. jeweler, r 272 Lex- 
ington Av 

Andrews Charles S. mach, 
beth 

Andrews Charles T. elk. r 525 Liberty 

Andrews Clarence, elk Genl Frgt S P Co. 
r Berkeley 

Andrews Dorothea Miss, r Presidio 

Andrews Edward, lab. r 164 Clara 

Andrews Edward, teamster, r 573 Minna 

Andrews Edwin H. student, r 312 Bart- 
lett 

Andrews Edwin O. carp, r 225. 7th 

Andrews Edwin S. traveling agt C & N 
W Ry Co, r 38 Lotta 

Andrews ES-espo, elk Local Frgt S P Co, 
r 630 Castro 

Andrews Ernest, accountant Canadian 
Bank of Commerce, r 2649 Clay 

Andrews F. wagon washer \V F & Co Ex. 
r 172 Minna 

Andrews Frank G (Price & Andrews) 
r 1015 Dcvlsadero 

Andrews Frank H. elk G Frltch. r Sau- 
sallto 

Andrews Frank H. varieties. 2832 Lyon 

Andrews Frank S. asst cashier The Mis- 
sion Bank, r Berkeley 

Andrews Frederick C. master nuirlner, 
r 1369 Oak 

Andrews Frederick J. carp, r 908 Treat 
Av 

Andrews F S, r 800 Sutter 

AITDBEWS OBOBOE, Colonel IT B A, 
Adjutant General I'uclflc Division. 
Grant HIdg. r 2802 Van Ness Av 

Andrews Ge<jrge F. engineer str Gold 

Andrews George T. real estate. 743 MLs- 
slon. r 4045. 17th 

Andrews George W. sec and treas II 
Moffat Co. r 2494 Post 

Andrews Granville M. foreman, r 18. 3d 

Andrews Hannah M. widow, r 451 Fred- 
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Andrews Harry A. physician, 3402, 24th, 



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R. I. W. 



The Paint They 
TALK ABOUT 

See adv. Paint Mnfrs. 

A.WILLK0MM,207 Sansome Street 



Andrews James, carpet layer, r 236 Minna 
Andrews James, painter, r 5 Franltlin 
Andrews James A. contr, r 2096 Market 
Andrews James R, sign painter, r 5 

Franklin 
Andrews Jesse S, sec Fisher & Co Inc, 

r 2230 Broadway 
Andrews John, bkkpr C P Heinlnger & 

Co, r 64 Laussat Av 
Andrews John, r 32 Golden Gate Av 
Andrews John, r Presidio 
Andrews John, lab, r 217 Clara 
Andrews John, marine eng, 36 East St 



Hayes 
Andrews John C, harness mkr, r 354 

Grove 
Andrews John R, mgr Jajmes A Sorensen 

Co, r 3443, 20th 
Andrews Joseph, barber, r 625 Jessie- 
Andrews Joseph, teamster, r 13 Johnston 



Joseph C, biksmith, r 1601 Mis- 



18 San An- 
Herz- 



Av 
Andrews 

Andrews J R, r 612 Jones 
Andrews Katie, widow, nurse, r 31 La- 
fayette rear 
Andrews, Keenan & Blasauf (L T An- 
drews, J A Keenan and J Blasauf) 
machinists, 81 City Hall Av 
Andrews Lewis T (Andrews, Keenan & 

Blasauf) r 803 Turk 
Andrews' Lincoln J, driver, r 963 Folsom 
Andrews Louis, hoseman Engine 26, r 

352a, 2d Av 
Andrews Manuel, barber, 

tonio 
Andrews Margaret Miss, nurse 

stein, r 801 Sutter 
Andrews Marin A, foreman Sterling Furn 

Co, r 40 Sanchez 
Andrews Martin, stevedore, r 124b Silver 
Andrews Mary, widow, r 1163 Turk 
Andrews Mary F, widow, r 1228 Mission 
Andrews Mary H, widow, r 1712 Sacra- 
mento 
Andrews Minnie M, widow, r 327 Clemen- 
tina 
Andrews Nelson, elk Matthew Turner. 

r Berkeley 
Andrews Peter, plumber, r 573 Mission 
Andrews Richard, r 242 Shotwell 
Andrews Richard H, elk Local Frgt S P 

Co, ""-'■ 

Andre' 

Broadway 
Andrews Thomas, elk, r 69 Sheridan 
Andrews Thomas G, stagehand Colum- 
bia Theatre, r 24 Wetmore PI 

ANDREWS THOMAS P. 

photog-raphlc, mag-lc lantern and mov- 
ing picture apparatus, 109 Montg'om-. 
ery, r 1265 Querrero 

Andrews Walter J, genl Western sales 
agt Hobart Electric Coftee Mill, 
Crocker Bldg, r 408 Stockton 

Andrews William, barber, 507 Bryant, 
r Oakland 

Andrews William, salesman, r 458 Noe 

Andrews William J, teamster, r 1054 



No 



Andrews W J, salesman Pac Packing 

House, r 427, 4th 
CT" Andrews. See Andrew, Andros, An- 

dross and Andrus 
Andriani I J, salesman Bertin & Lepori, 

r Fort Bragg, Cal 
Andriano A Koch, 1st vice-pres Direct 

Line Genl Telephone Co, r 939 Bush 
Andrie Alfred, gardener, r 1213 Geary 
CTAndrie. See Andre and Andrea 
.\ndros F O, foreman Moise-Kllnker Co, 

r 1451 Franklin 
Andros George, restaurant, 504 Ellis 
An'dros Milton (Andros & Hengstler) 

r 1926 Broadway 
ANOROS & KENOSTI^EB (Milton An- 
dros and Louis T Hengstler) attya- 
at-law, 320 Sansome, rooms 6-7 
Andross Porter H, asst sec Hale and 

Norcross Mining Co, r 118 Broderick 
(Cr Andross. See Andrews and Andrus 
Andrus Caroline, widow, r 1317 Grove 
Andrus George, engineer, r 183 Shipley 
Andruss George H, elk Hongkong and 

Shanghai Banking Corp, r Berkeley 
Andruss Newton F, salesman C H Phil- 
pott Co, r Berkeley 
CT" Andruss. See Andrew, Andrews and 

Andross 
Anema Rein, tailor, 566 Valencia 
Aner Jacob, baker, r 625 Clay 
Anese Andrew, fruits, 1173 Market, r 317 

Golden Gate Av 
Anestasio Demetrio I, restaurant, 438, 3d 
Anfenger Joseph, salesman, r 2929 Brod- 
erick 
Anfenson Thomas O, carp, r cor Brazil 

Av and Prague 
Anfibolo Andrea, lab, r 503 Greenwich 
Anfibolo Felice, Janitor, r 503 Greenwich 
Anfibolo John, plumber, r 503 Greenv 
Anflndsen Bernard, master mariner, r 27 

Stoneman 

Anfindsen Emma, widow, r 527 Hill 

Anfinson Anfin, lab, r 136 Parker Av 

Angel Anna E Miss, prin Pope and 

Walker Free Kindergarten, r 1809 

Page 

Angel Carl, cabinet mkr, r 475c Tehama 
Angel Elmore, painter, r 216!^, 6th 
Angel Godfrey, cigars, r 199 Duboce Av 
CTAngel. See Angell, Ankel, Bngel, En- 

gle and Enkle 
ANQEI^'S QTTAST2S MININO CO (Angels 

Camp. Calaveras Co) Mills Bldg 
Angelbeck Frederick, mach, r 541, 1st Av 
Angelbeck William, cellarman, r 541, Is 

Av 
Angeli Alfredo, butcher, r 733 Filbert 
Angeli Alphonso, dyer, r 733 Filbert 
Angeli G, lab, r 526 Broadway 
Angeli Vincenzi, cook, r 12^4 Jasper PI 
Angelich William, r 1019 Mason 
Angelin Charles, carp, r 32 Ringgold 
Angelini James, salesman S T Desimone 

& Co r 573 Filbert 
Angelis Edward C, cooper, r 2680a Fol- 
som 
Angelis Henry C, salesman, r 264 Natoma 
Angelis Nicholas, laundryman S F Laun- 
dry 
Angelis Rudolph W, butcher, r 2680a Fol- 
som 
Angelius Charles, motrm, r 1839 Howard 
Angelius Frederick, driver Chicago Brew- 
ery, r 427, 32d Av 
Anglius Richard, driver Shasta Laundry, 

r 229 Shotwell 
Angell Chester L, mech eng, r 2200 How- 
ard 
Angeli G, zincographer Bulletin, r 12 

Mason 

Angell Harry M, druggist, r 118, 3d Av 
Ange'll Herbert, salesman Von Bheln 

Real Estate Co, 513 California 
Angell Horace B, r 2200 Howard 
Angell Otis B, r 2200 Howard 



SANFORD G. LEWALD CO. 

1735-1743 O'Farrel! St. Ptione Wist 1000 



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I BULLOCK & JONES COMPANY 

fl Direct Importers of Fabrics and Fashions l06-t08 Sutter St. 



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■UOCKER-r.ANGLKY DIRECTORY. 



IL-^AiiBell. See Angel, Ankel, Engle, En- 
gel :ind Enkle 
AVOEi;X>OTTZ FBAirX K. Associate 
Justice Supreme Court of California, 
chiimbers 825 Market, Parrott Bldg. 
r San Rafael 
tT-Angellottl. See AngelottI 
Angelo Albert, tilesetter. r 263. 3d 
Angelo Edward J. bkkpr S F Gas & Elec 

Co. r 818 Buchanan 
Angelo George, biksmith, 202G Greenwich, 

r 600 Broadway 
Angelo Henry J, r 133 Ash Av 
Angelo Leone, tailor, r 636 Bay 
Angelo Mlchele. lab, r 2006W Dupont 
Angelo Paul, elk, r 133 Ash Av 
Angelo Peter, teacher, r 357 Clementina 
Angelo Ra>Tno. supt Standard Soda Wa- 
ter Co, r 577 Halght 
Angelo Wallace P, salesman Pac Box 

Factorv, r Alameda 
AngelottI Frank Mrs. widow, r 1604 Cali- 
fornia 
Angtlottl Rudolph J, teacher music, r 

lOnia Turk 
CTAngelottl. See AngellottI 
Angelovich George, lab, r 1131 Union 
Angels James, restaurant. 143. 9th 
AHQEI.TTS FI.OUB laXJiS (Los An- 
geles) Sperry Flour Co proprs. 133 
Spear 
Angelus The. apartments. 530 Stockton 
Anger Isidore, cutter, r 311 Polk 
Angerholtzer Frederick, bartndr. r 87, 3d 
Angermann Anna, widow, r 1530 Polk 
Angermann Ewald H. elk Frank B Pet- 
erson & Co, r 1530 Polk 
Angermuende Paula Mrs, teacher music, 

r 860 McAllister 
Angermuende William C. musician Tlvoll 

Opera House, r 14 McAllister 
Angerstln Fred, musician, r 1010 Florida 
Angevine O C, elk Palace Hotel, r 603 

Eddy 
Angler Albert W, r 1538 Fulton 
Angler Annie Mrs, dressmkg, 234 Post 
Angler Iva J Miss, stenog James E Kerr, 

r 1538 Fulton 
Angler W T. bkkpr S F Gas & Elec Co, 

r 234 Post 
CT'Angier. See Angelr 
Anglade John, lodgings. 502 Bush 
Anglade Peter, teamster, r 1398, 5th Av 

South 
Anglasay Delia, widow, r 276. 10th 
Angiasay Henry, lab. r 276. 10th 
Anglasay Richard, pipemkr, r 276, 10th 
Anglasay Thomas, woolsorter. r 276, 10th 
Angle Elmer B. with Boardman Brvjs & 

Co. r 992 Pine 
Angle Frank, with Shreve & Co, r 992 

Pine 
Anglim Edward (Dllhan & Angllm) r 1000 

Geary 
Anglln Ann, widow, r 2621% Bryant 
Anglln Thomas, r 721 Minna 
Anglln Warren, marine eng. 36 East St 

South 
Anglln William E. asst eng str Acapulco 
Anglo-American Bond Co. Kohl Bldg 
AVOIA-AKEXZOAH CBOCKXBT AITS 
aiiASSWARE CO, Maurice Blo<'k :ind 
iHldor S Ackerman mgrs. IOS-120 Pine 
Anglo-American Doctors, 731 Market 
AHai.0-CAI.Z70BVIAV BAHK TEE 
(Ltd) Ignatz Stelnhart and Philip N 
Llllenthal mgrs, NE cor Pine and 
Sansome 
Anglo-Japanese Mission, 1304 Post 
Anglo-Paclfic Development Co, A S Mac- 

donald pres. 182 Crocker Bldg 
Anglum Daniel E, liquors, 301 Turk, r 

67H Minna 
Anglum John, bartndr, r 301 Turk 
Angonnel Bernard (Angonnet Bros) r 1124 



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S^Ll^Rr" 319 Montgomery St. 

Phone MAIN 3189 



Angonnet Bros (B and P F) coke, 606 

Post 
Angonnet Frank, r 1124 Pine 
Angonnet Peter F (Angonnet Bros) r 

512 Post 
Angousturs Jennie, widow, r 1314 Stock- 
ton 
Angulo Joseph, seaman, r 119 Bernard 
Angulo Manuel D, bookbr Sanborn, Vail 

& Co, r 1216 Clay 
Angulo M D, r 781 Sutter 
Angus Adam, carp, r 48 Halght 
Angus James, r 2522 Union 
Anle Fred, piano polisher BenJ Curtaz & 

Son, r 441/4 Juniper rear 
.Animal's Home. 2514. 16th 
Anino Lucy, widow, r 1623 Powell rear 
AHITA OOIA Mnriva CO (Amador Co) 

Daniel E Hayes pres, Edward C 

Hutchinson sec, 407-409 Montgomery 
Anixter Abraham, r 1406 Golden Gate Av 
Anixter Albert J, driver, r 334 Sanchez 
Anixter Benjamin, sec Anixter & Sons, 

r 1422 Devisadero 
Anixter Harris, pres Anixter & Sons, 

r 1422 Devisadero 
Anixter Isaac, driver, r 2049 Ellis 
Anixter Louis, driver, r 1406 Golden Gate 

Av 



ANIXTER & SONS (Inc.) 

Harris Aaizter prea^ Bonjamin Anix- 
ter sec, proprietors Biver Dale 
Creamery — pure country 



— ranch Marin Cooaty 

Anjoux Theodore, carpet layer, r 48, 7th 

Ankel Harry, salesman, r 1437 O'Farrell 

Ankel Tes.sie Miss, cashier JuHin Kecgan, 
r 1437 O'Farrell 

CAnkel. See Angel, Angell, Engel, En- 
gle and Enkle 

AWXE&E J K, genl agt North German 
Fire Ins Co and Security Fire Ins 
Co of Baltimore, 411 California, tel 
Main 782, r Alameda 

Anker Guttenberg H, elk Frgt Aud S P 
Co, r 1052 Pine 

Anker John, mill hand, r 5 Charles Pi 

Ankers George, elk Haas Bros, r Mill 
Valley 

Ankerson George P, helper U S Mint, 
r Oakland 

.Vnnaiid Beatrice E Miss, stenog. Call 
Bldg, r 480 Castro 

Annapolis The, Mrs Ca-tlherlm- Hatherton 
propr, 600 Bush 

Annear John A, policeman, r 512V4 Clip- 
per 

Anner I-loyd, capitalist, r 1000 Sutter 

Anneson Conrad, sausage mkr. 



. - 1021 

Mission 
Annie, Fox and Millie Tow Boat Co, 3d 

and Berry 
Annis C. journalist, r 607 Post 
Annls Charles H, r 3426, 21st 
Annis Charles H Jr, elk Local Frgft S P 



, r 1465 Guerre 
John, lab, r 4 



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THOSE WHO KNOW 

ALWAYS CALL FOR 

Bohemian Extra Pale 

PUREST BEER MADE 

STANDARD BOTTLING CO., Sole Agents j 

PHONE JAMES 5166 

CT-Annis. See Ennis and Innes 
Annuity Fund Co, 744 Market 
Annuzzi Joseph, bootblk, r 1213 Kearny 
Anona The, 2910 San Bruno Av 
Anot Ernest, cellarman, r 626 Vallejo 
Anrys Frank A, mgr Wiley B Allen Co, 

r 937 Buchanan 
Ansaldo Antonio, wood and coal, 235 

Scott, r 229 Laussat Av 
Ansaldo John, lab, r 327 Vallejo 
Ansbro Harry T, collector Metropolitan 

Laundry Co, r 234, 12th 
Ansbro James, driver, r 205, 12th 
Ansbro Matthew C (M C Ansbro & Co) 

r Alameda 
Ansbro Matthew C Jr, elk M C Ansbro 

& Co, r Alameda 
ANSBBO M C ft CO (M C Ansbro) im- 
porters and dealers in fine arts, 531 

Sutter, tel Main 3183 
Ansell Henry, painter, r 13 Costa 
Ansell John N, master mariner, r 1523 

Geary 
Ansell L Mrs, delicacies, 584 Valencia 
Ansell Pauline, widow, r 1035 Page 
Ansell Stephen, tanner, r 13 Costa 
Anselm Henry, lab, r 124 Rose Av 
[cyAnsenhofer. See Anzenhofer 
Anshutz J W, r Occidental Hotel 
Ansley E Bank, elk The Mission Bank, 

r Berkeley 
Ansley James C, engineer, r 2025 Pacific 

Av 
Ansley Louis D, r 2025 Pacific Av 
Ansley Washington, cooper, 14 Merchant 
Anson Andrew, lab, r 114 San Jose Av 
Anson Charles, glassblower, r 3979, 19th 
Anson Henry, r iJ20 Turk 
ANSONIA APASTKENTS, L H Sly 

propr, 40S Stockton, tel Private Ex 422 

ANSONIA CLOCK CO. 

Nordman Bros agts, 134 Sutter 
ANSOT H J PBOr, fencing, physical cul- 
■ ■ g, 1305% Polk, tel Larkln 



484 



Anspach Grover, repairer J HoUe, 

Hampshire 
Anspach Julius H, bartndr, r 725 1 

shire 
Anspach Louis B (Hanekamp & 

pach) r 243V4 Clara 
Anspach Philipina, widow, r 725 Hamp- 



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lampshire 
Anspacher Abraham, r 2604 Pacific Av 
Anspacher Bros, hay and grain, 214 

Pine 
Anspacher Joseph, men's furnishings, 758 

Larkin, r 805 Van Ness Av 
Anspacher Philip, vice-pres Anspacher 

Bros, r 2105 Pacific Av 
.Vnspacher Philip B, atty, 4 Sutter, r 2604 

Pacific Av 
Anspacher Simon, pres Anspacher Bros, 

r 2i;04 Pacific Av 
Anstett Edward, zimcographer Bulletin, 

r 724b Green 
Anstnither S Dalziel, salesman Dalzlel 

Moller Co. r Oakland 
Anthei.ien John, lab, r 159 Erie 
Antheni.n Leo, dairy, 19 Capp 
Anthes Bert, collector Thomas Day Co, 

r 1774 Post 



Anthes Frank P, with Shreve & Co. r 298. 

Laurel Av 
Anthes Frederick P, musician, r 298 

Laurel Av 
Anthes Louis H, elk Cal Elec WTcs, r 298 

Laurel Av 
Anthes Peter, r 1774 Post 
Anthes Peter Jr, solicitor M B Moraghan 

Oyster Co, r 19a Silver 
Anthonison Andrew, lab, r 2314b Mason 
Anthonison George, elk, r 2314b Mason 
Anthonison Walter S, wirewkr, r 2314b 

Mason 
Anthonison William D, teamster, r 2314b 

Anthony A K, with Dunham, Carrigan & 
Hayden Co, r Berkeley 

Anthony Alfred J B, driver Payot, Up- 
ham & Co, r 315% Franklin 

Anthony Carrie Miss, r 923 Post 

Anthony Charles, nurse, r 232 Hyde 

Anthony C J, r 781 Sutter 

Anthony 
pital 

ANTHOinr EDWIN B, asst supt Coast 
Division S P Co, r 1713 Alameda Av, 
Alameda 

Anthony E Michael, lab, r 549 Stevenson 

Anthony George, waiter, r 771 Howard 

Anthony Guy L, electn, r 128, 12th Av 

Anthony Harry E, elk, r 125 Leaven- 
worth 

Anthony Herbert M, atty, 230 Montgom- 
ery, r 1007 Larkin 

Anthony Jacob A, r 287 Castro 

Anthony James F, bricklr 
yette 



ird H, interne French Hos- 



24 Lafa- 



Anthony Jesse C. physician. Chronicle 

Bldg, r 1832 Polk 
Anthony John H, special pension exam- 
iner, r 1940 Page 
Anthony Joseph, carp, r 926 Van Ness 

Av 
Anthony Joseph, driver, r 606 Natoma 
Anthony Lena, widow, r 3235. 21st 
Anthony L W, salesman Lloyd-Scovell 

Iron Co 
Anthony Marc, atty, 401 California, r 123 

Eddy 
Anthony Myer, boxmkr, r 606 Natoma 
Anthony Nathaniel B, salesman, r 315% 

Franklin 
Anthony Paul S, condtr U RR, r 2000 

McAllister 
Anthony Robert C, student, r 1940 Page 
Anthony Walter B, reporter Chronicle, 

r 219 Gough 
IC?" Anthony. See Antoni and Antony 
Anthropological Department University 
of California, A L Ki-oeber sec, Par- 
nassus Av nr 1st Av 
Anticevich John, cook, r 225 Minna 
Antinger Frederick, teamster, r 3211 Bu- 
chanan 
Antippa Alexander N, fruits, Cliff Av nr 

Cliff House 
Antippa Nicholas (Antippa & Van Doros; 

r 13% Hawthoir. 
Antippa & Van Doros (N Antippa and N 
Van Doros) fruits, Ocean Boulevard 
nr B 
Anti-Toxin Laboratories, 850 Market 
Antlers The, 415 Turk 
Antiogninl G B, mgr Swiss Publishing 

Oo, 513 Montgomery 
Antone Frank, Janitor, r 19 John 
Antone John, mach, r 2816 Harrison 
Antone Mary, widow, r 2816 Harrison 
Antonelli Pietro A, contr, r 721 Vallejo > 
Antonetti E, r 244 Noe 
Antonetti Edward, porter, r 527 Valencia 
Antoni Louisa Mrs, r 1623 Dupont 
Antoni Samuel (Antoni & Pellegrini) r 

514 Green 
Antoni & Pellegrini (S .\ntoni and G 
Pellegrini) hay, wood and coal, 506 



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ni. See Anthony and Antony 



ine International Mercantile & Trust Co. 



EXPERT COLLECTORS 



Parrott Building 



CONKLIN'S 



STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

V:!?f2. 316 IND 318 liRKIN STREH 



CliOCKERI.ANdLF.Y DIIIECTOKV. 



Antoniades Chrlsto C, restaurant, 1197 

Turk, r 17a. 6th 
Antonliii Gio B (CulUgan & Co) r 728>^ 

AntoninI Giuseppe, bkkpr, r 611 Broad- 

Ant'i.li'. tVank, lab, r 908 Sansome 
Antonovich Domenlc G, elk, r 1409'i 

Mason 
Antonovich Bmlle P, draftsman, r 712 

Green 
Ai.i'T.nvlch Florio J, lab U S Mint, r 712 

■. ich Marie, widow, r 712 Green 
. ich Nlcolo, r 1532 Stockton 

ich William G, atty, 604 Mont- 
! ry, r 712 Green 
■ n Hf.ns. r 2331 Humboldt 

l'"rancls. elk local frgt S P Co, 
:•.' HaiKht 

Krank J. receiving teller Ger- 
ii Natl Bank, r 2107 Devisadero 
iiy. See Anthony and AntonI 
-li Peter, elk, r 17S5 Haight 

H D, baggageman S P Co. r 1021 

■ nworth 

Howard F. cigars, r 975 Sutter 
IS Harry (O'Connor & Antrobus) 

Kdward P, sec to executive offl- 
I al Promotion Com. r 2209 Geary 
Peter W, r 2209 Geary 
: Charles J, carp, r 231 Mis- 



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ill (Pac Coast Hardwi 

1 Assn) 132 Market 

•lavton L, varieties. 1793 Haight 
1 Antone. barber, 3336 Mission. 

Chapultepec 



AiMenhofer Louis, teamster, r 



Hol- 



Anzenhofer Peter, r 117 Pope 

AiiElne Andrew, butcher, r 996 Howard 

Aokl T, elk YokChama Specie Bank, 



Ferdinand C, 



23 Cedar 



Apel Paul, cigarmkr, r 1133% Shotwell 
Apel Peter, liquors. 223. 4th. r 413 Minna 
tr.\pci. Si-e Appel. Appell and Apple 
Apffel Philip J, r 1718 Dupont 
Aplln Walter, cook, r 324 Jessie 
Apollo Cons Mining Co (Unga Island. 

Alaska) 310 Sansome 
Apollo Hall. 810 PaclHc 
Apollo Oil Co. Mills Bldg 
Apolli) The, furnished rooms. 526 I'>idy 
Aposozein Co, proprietary medicines. W 

Mitchell sec and treas, 970 Market 
ApoHtolo CSarmellta Mrs, r 709 Clomen- 



Apnsu^lo 






700 L>e- 



APOTHZOAXZES KAI.&, William 
Itryan propr, 3 New Montgomery 
Appi-1 Cosmetic Co. Ho Stevenson 
A pp.1 l->ank. baker, r 634 Psicinc 
Appel Henry L.. elk. r 503 Octavla 
Appel Josephine, widow, r 65 Rondel 
Appel Julius, salesman HInz & Lar 

r 28 Pearl 
App.l I'hillp. waKonsmilli. , IJ: IM! 



RealHJwe Companv^ 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

m^^'452 8'"5tMkndXd 

PHDKE MAIN 326. ~ 



Apprl William, packer, r 507% Grove 
Appi-1 William A, salesman C A Huttoij 

.vi C, r 355;! Sacramento 
lU'Appel. See Aiipel, Apel. Appell and 

Apple 
AFPEI.I QEOBOE, atty-at-law, 508-50:i 

Clunle Bldg. 503 California, tel John 

5951. r 91 Central Av 
Appell John C, cabinet mkr, r 617 Bry- 

Appell Sherman, rectifier, r 1634 Haight 
Appell Simon, elk, r 1634 Haight 
fAppell, See Ape), Appel and Apple 
.\ppeltolTt Axel, ceshier Pearl Oyster 

House, r 1035 Mason 
.Appenzeller Albert, liquors and board- 
ing. 2229 Powell 
Apperley William, restaurant, 1024 

Hyde 
Apperson Arthur S, comp, r 636 Natoma 
.Epperson Charles L,, carp, r 1990 Folsom 
Apperson Edgar, printer, r 1929 Devisa- 
dero 
Apperson John, r 1212 Geary 
Apperson Iceland R, .salesman R K Nor- 
ton, r 636 Natoma 
Appcr.-jon Mary E. widow, r 636 Natoma 
Aiiplarius Franz W, mfr. r 1810 O'Far- 

rell 
Applarius Henry P, dentist, r 1810 O'Far- 

rell 
Apptarhi.e Henry W, groceries, 1500 

Point Lobos Av. r 347. 4th Av 
Applarius Louis M. elk Baker & Hamil- 
ton, r 1810 O'Fiirrell 
Applarus H C Mrs. widow, r 31 Hoff Av 
.\pplarus Henry, art glass wkr, r 31 Hoff 

Av 
.\I>p|.- Abraham, barber, r B06 Haight 
AFPI.I: BENJAMIN, physician and sur- 
K'-oTi, i,||i<i- liir. Sutter, rooms 36-37, 
111. Ills 1 til :; and 7 to 8 pm, tel Black 
524,S r IMS Waller, tel Fell 823 
.\Pl)le Helman, upholst, r 606 Haight 
APPI.E JACOB, sec Cunningham, Cur- 
ti.ss & Welch. 321-325 Sansome, r 727 



^pplo Morris, salesman H S Crocker Co, 

r 1296 Haight 
'iplde Robert L, elk Postofflce, r Ala- 

•Ap 
Apple 
9th 
Applebautr. Isaac, peddler, r 23 Morris 

Appleby Charles H, brake adjuster 

n RR, r 119 Duncan 
Appleby Bo.i J. musician, r 9 Hermann 
Appleby Robert, blacksmith, 4 Vaiencl;!, 

r 13 Frankfort Av 
Appl"gate George B, bottler, r 1519 

P>ldy 
Applegate J J, broker, 410 Kearny, r 530 

Golden Gate Av 
Applegate Jo.sephlne A Mrs, propr The 

Vlrglnlus. 624 Geary 
Applegjite Moray L. sec Commercial 

Clcar.iiice Co. 121 Geary 
APPI.ETON D COMFANT. Par Coast 



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Appleton Harry, carpet layer, r 630 Na- 

Appleton Horace S. salesman Kohler & 
Chase, r 831 Webster 

Appleton Isadore, cigars, 45% Sacra- 
mento, r 630 Natioma 

Appleton Joseph M. carp, r 729a Gro^-e 

Appleton Morris, 2d hand furniture, 
779 Mission, r 1504a O'Farrell 

Appleton Robert, elk M Appleton, 
r 1504a O'Farrell 

Appleton Thomas, salesman Chicago 
Clock Co, r 45 Franklin 

Appleton Thomas J, student, r 1813 Mls- 

Appleton William, polisher, r 3390, 16th 
Appling John D, teamster U RR, r 1058a 

Howard 
Appraisers' Building U S, E s Sansome, 

bet Washington and Jackson 
Appraisers' Store, U S Appraisers' BIdg, 

1st floor 
Apte Jacob, mailing elk Journal of Com- 
merce, r 36 Shipley 
,\pted Walter, butcher, r 311 Chestnut 
Aquillar Marcus, saddler, r 427 Lom- 
bard 
CT-Aquin. See d'Aquin 
Arabian Coffee and Stiice Mills, Reuben 
W and Austin H Hills proprs, 126-130 
Market 
Aragni John, waiter r 917 Filbert 
Aragona Antone. tailor, r 726 Union 
Aragona Filippo, tailor, r 1592 Jackson 
Aramburu Madeline Mrs, r 779 Bush 
Aramenio F, gardener Colombo Mkt 
Arano Kate Mrs, propr Celeste House 

(apartments) 967 Sutter 
Arata Albert A, marine ens, r 911 San- 
some 
A rata Andrew A, salesman, r 321% 

Broadway 
Arata Angelo, gripman Cal St RR, 

r 1314 Vallejo 
Arata Angelo, groceries, 1401 Dupont, 

r 504 Green 
Arata Angelo, lab, r 932 Montgomery 
Arata Angelo, packer, r 911 Sansome 
Arata Angelo, teamster, r 1200 Kearny 
Arata Assunta, widow, r 147 Collins 
Arata August (Arata Bros) r 325 Broad- 
way 
Arata Bacci, florist, r 401 Filbert 
Arata Bros (A Arata) noodle mfrs, 325 

Broadway 
Arata Charles A (C F Grondona & Co) 

r 2301 Larkin 
Ara'ta Claiide, rancher, r 1121 Alalra,ma 
Arata Daniel, lab. r 37 Valparaiso 
Arata David S, condtr U RR. r 151, 12th 

Av 
Arata Enrico, driver, r 2863, 23d 
Arata Enrico, packer, r 911 Sansome 
Arata Eugenio, r 15 Bannam PI rear 
Arata Felice, baker, r 514 Vallejo 
Arata Frank, lab, r 14 Union PI 
Arata P^.ink. estate of (Aratta & Guin- 

asso) 4t;s Pacific 
Arata Fred J, upholst, r 320 Plxley Av 
Arata Fred .V. mach, r 514 Vallejo 
Arata George, fruits, 1560 Market, r 147 



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Arata George T, agt Electric Laundry, 

r 1886 Stockton 
Arata Giovanni (S F Paste Co) r 661 

Green 
Arata Giovanni, carp, r 422 Vallejo rear 
Arata Giovanni B, stableman, r 423% 

Broadway rear 
Arata Giovanni F, lab, r 325 Broadway 
Arata Giuseppe, r 2863, 23d 
Arata Giuseppe (L Arata & Co) r 4 

Broadway 
Arata John, hoseman engine 28, r SW 

cor 23d and Bryant 
Arata John, lab, r 1701 Dupont 
Arata Joseph (P Arata & Son) r ; 

Buchanan 
Arata Joseph, elk G Garibaldi, r 

Davis 
Arata Joseph, florist, r 615 Charter Oak 

Av 

Arata Joseph, scavenger, r 5 (Jhurch Av 
Arata Joseph, scavenger, r 124 Landers 
Arata L & Co (L and G Arata) livery 

stable, 720 Pacific 
Aratla Lotiis (L Arata & Co) r 

Pacific 
Arata Louis, cooper, r 16%, 14th 
Arata Louis, lab, r 619% Chestnut 
Arata Maria, widow, r 1918% Stockton 
Arata Mario F, mech dentist J P Jaegel- 

ing, r 12 Union PI 
Arata Nicolo, fisherman, r 504 Green- 
wich 
Arata P & Co (P Arata and L Davino) 

livery stable, 716 Pacific 
Arata P & Son (P and J) fruits and 

groceries, 3101 Buchanan 
Arata Paolo, lab, r 14 Union PI 
Arata Pasquale, fisherman, r 405 Bay 
Arata Paul (Daneri & Arata) r 9 Water 
Arata Paul (P Arata & Co) r 1108a 

Clay 
Arata Paul (P Arata & Son) r 3101 

Buchanan 
Arata Paul, driver EJlectric Laundry Co, 

r 29% Lapldge 
Arata Paul, teamster, r 32% Freelon 
Arata Peter. lab. r 425 Union 
Arata Stephen, bootblk, r 401 Filbert 
Arata Stephen, expressman, r 13 Salmon 
Arata Stephen, real estate, r 716 Monti- 

gomery Av 
Arata Vincenzo, lab, r 14 Union PI 
Arata Walter, teamster Overland F T 

Co. r 29% Lapldge 
Arata William, lab, r 20 Washington Av 
Arata & Gulnasso (V J Guinasso and 

estate of F Arata) livery stable. 

Pacific 
Araza Diego, r 1948 Webster 
Arbeille Francois, teamster, r 1398, 5th 

Av Soutlh 

Arber Thomas A, seaman, rl813 Mason 
Arberry John J, physician, r 123'5 1 



Day Co, 



Av 
Arbini G, mechanic Thomas 

r 1711 Mason 
Arbo Charles, pressman Bulletin 

Harrison 

Arbogast Aaron A, dentist, 791 O'Farrell 
Arbogast Edward D, barber, r 725 Broad'- 

way 
Arbogast Elsie E Miss, teacher music, 

r 791 O'Farrell 
Arbogast Ernest D, cook Palace Hotel, 

r 533 Liberty 
Arborgast Otto, carp, r 352 Minna 
Arbuckle George W, agt Judson Co Ex- 
cursions, r 607 Valencia 
Arbuckle William F, mining, r 325 Eddy 
Arbuckle W L, elk local frgt S P Co, 

r 851 O'Farrell 
Arbulich James, elk Baker & Hamilton, 

r Berkeley 
Area Juan, fireman, r 14 Washington ' 
Area Louis, fireman, r 14 Washington' 
Arcade Pharmacy, 1698 Post 



THE JOHN M. KLEIN EUCTRIUl CO. 



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,ABCASi: TKE, wiiit's and liquors, John 
P Glynn propr. S\V cor Mission and 
; nil. tel South 619 
lArf-ari Charles, elevator man, r 119, 3d 

Ar, ,r,i.-..U) ttedlanl. plaster wkr. r 3414 

.Md Mad River RR Co, 6 Cali- 
^Kiult George, cook, r 577 Ivy 
harnessmkr. 
lodglngrs. 



•eaiilt Arthur 
; 1 Sutter 
'..-.uilt Vernllia 



amboult George, ship fltter. r 602 
Tennessee 
chamboult Ralph, boilermkr, r 602 



rchangelsky A M. student, r 1320 Sut- 




hberger F, wsJter Palace Hotel 

her Albert S. mgr W T Smith & Son, 

r 1826 McAllister 

her Arestas A, policeman, r 204 Fair 

Oaks 
Archer Charles C, mach U I Wks, r 919 

Folsom 
Archer Charles Hudson, printer, r 919 

Folsom 
Archer David J, brass polisher, r 2404 

Folsom 



23d 

Cher EJdward, rigger, r 500, 20th 
Archer Edward L, 1ns, r 233 Missouri 
Archer George B C, Ins, r 233 Missouri 
Archer Harry, porter, r 222 Mason 
Archer James, coppersmith, r 443, 5th 
Archer James, marine eng, r 312 San 

Jose Av 
Archer Jennie Miss, r 3118, 23d 
Archer Jesse E, with HaJsted & Co, 

946 Mission 
Archer John, r 813 Iowa 
Archer John, lab, r 443, Bth 
Archer Mary A, widow, r 443, Bth 
Archer R N. r 711 Jones 
Archer S Mrs, r 948 Post 
Archer Thomas A, bondd and real es- 
tate. Merchfuits' Exchange BIdg, 

r 2031 Stelner 
Archer Walter N. supt Cal Auto E>x- 

press Co, r 637 Post 
Archer William, elk, r 837a Mission 
Archer William, mattress mkr, r 449, 5th 
Archer William J, r 1874 Howard 
Archer William R, mach, r 525a Ivy Av 
Archibald George W, salesman Richards 

& Co, r 724 Gough 
Archibald H R, lab S P Co, r 242 Turk 
Archibald James, molder, r 560 Howard 
Archibald M O Mrs, r 1771 Page 
Archlbalil Prescott L, grand dictator 

KnightB of Honor. St. Ann's BIdg 
Archibald S B Mrs, widow, r 1771 Page 
Archibiilil Walter H. carp, r 121 Fulton 
AXCSnxCTS- FOSTAXi OASD FrLE 

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(Lrchut John, foreman Nathan-Dohr- 

lann Co, r 1419 Howard 
Urclnlega Trinidad, widow, r 1014 Powell 
Areola Extension Oil Co. 416 California 
ArconI OonMantlno, scavenger, r 8 Cadell 

Alley 

rtlc Fur Co (M Moses) 929 Market 
hrctic Ice Cream Supply Co, D D I»w- 



p»i«,uii ^yjotziiti, nii^fviiinrj, Lvov truir^ 

krcurl Joseph, tailor, 825 Pacific 
'iTd E J, marine eng, 36 E^ast St South 
.Tdell House. 15 Page 
den Gustave P, elk Subsistence Dept 
U S_A, r 1812 Bush 

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Ardonyl Joseph, physici.an. 1020 Mission 
Arding Mary, widow, r 1650 Dolores 
Arding Walter A, salesman Brown & 

Power, r 645 Clayton 
.vrding Wilfred B, news stand Palace 

Hotel, r 1373, 9th Av 
Ardito David, r 1337 Howard 
Ardizzl E, cashier Owl Drug Co, r 783 

Sutter 
Ardmoro House, 5. 4th 
Ardouln Adolph E, cook, r 11 Scott PI 
Arees Jean, asst supt French Hospital, 

r Berkeley 
Aregger Charles, liquors, 616 Clay 
Aregger David, messenger Cal Powder 

Wks, r 1165% Pacinc 
Arelac Fred, mach, Vulcan Iron Wks 
Arellanes Chrlstoper A, policeman, 

r 1620 Page 
.\rc11anes Louis, musician, r 820 Geary 
Arellano Bernard J. metal wkr Cal Ar- 
tistic Metal & Wire Co 
Arellano Cayetlano, r 930 Natoma 
Arellano Fred<'rlck, r 930 Natoma 
Arellano Joseph, canmkr, r 1421 Powell 
Arellano Rudolph, ship Joiner, r 930 Na- 
toma 
Arena Henry, barber, 1023 Kearny 
Arend Harry, elk Albion Lumber Co, 

r 1319 Clay 
Arend Lulu, widow, r 1319b Clay 
Arendes Frederick, groceries, 215, 14th 
Arendes John, driver, r 211, 14th 
Arendt Bros (S and J) cigars, 47 Mason 
Arendt Celia, widow, r 2378 Pine 
Arendt H A Mrs, widow, r 1528 Sutter 
Arendt Isador (Arendt Bros) r 123 Eddy 
Arendt Max, hospital corps USA, Pre- 
sidio 
Arendt Samuel (Arendt Bros) r 117 

Eddy 
Arens Albert, Jeweler, r 520 Jersey 
Arensberg Jennie, widow, r 3 Morris Av 
Arensberg Joseph, lab, r 3 Morris Av 
Arensberg Philip, salesman, r 3 Morris 

Av 
Arensberg Samuel, salesman H Rey- 

naud, r 3 Morris Av 
Arenten Andrew, seaman, r 322, 7th 
Arentshorst Henry J, maiUtress mkr, 

r 768. 14th 
Arentz Edward, civil eng, r 1164 Ellis 
Arenz John, bakery. 3116, 16th 
Areola Consolidated Oil Co, 416 Call- 

Arey Charles, master mariner, r 4 Tay 
Arey Mary, widow, r 141 Haight 
Arey Mary, widow, r 231. 3d Av 
Arey Minord T, policeman, r 1429 De- 

vlsadero 
lt7Arey. See Alrcy 
Arf Herman, musician, r 987 Oak 
Arfsten Broder, r 187 Douglass 
Arfsten Oornellus L (Arfsten, Elcher & 

arfsten/eicher & CO. 

(C. I.. Arfiten, M. Slaelen and W. 
Elcber) bakery and restaurant, 328 
Kearny, tel Main 6648 

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Phonc Private Exchange 666 

BBANCH OFFlCEB-na Grant Ayenuc, 115 Pow.n fi 

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Argall F G, ins adjuster. 306 Pine, r 2118 

Arsaiite Joseph, bootblk. r 26 Hunt 
AigeU-tz Michael, lab, r 4 Welsh 
Art;ii.s (jeorge. lab, r 226 Precita Av 
Ais^iiti Frank, plumber, r 2944V4 Mis- 

Aigenti J J B Mrs, widow, r 135 Belve- 
dere 

Argenti Tulllo. marble cutter, r 2944% 
Mission 

Airgenti Tullio J, horseshoer, 293S Mis- 
sion, r 88. 29th 

ARG-Eim'S FHABMACV, SW cor Clay- 
ton and Waller, tel Park 113 

ABQENTim: CONSULATE, George de 
Urioste Consul, 202 Market 

Argeres Michael, restaurant, 523 Pacific, 
r 521 Pacific 

ABaON&TJT CImVB, M W Altimeyer mgr, 
NE cor Post and Leavenworth 

Arsjoiiaut Mutual Building and Loan 
Assn, 214 Pine 



ARGONAUT TEA AND SPICE CO., 

teas, coffees, spices, extracts, bakingr 
powder, etc, 25 Main, tel Main 3304 
ARGONAUT THE (weiklyl Argonaut 
Publi-shing Co publishers, 246 Sutter, 
tel James 2531 
A'rgoud Joseph L, waiter, r 139, 8th Av 
Arguello Cbarles, r 725 Hyde 
ArguellO' Clara Mrs, r 3328, 24'tih 
Arguello Julio S, elk ticket aud office 

S P Co, r 341 Frederick 
Arguello Lenora Mrs, r 838^4 Jackson 
Arguigo Jose, molder, r 6 John 
Argulgo Manuel, waiter, r fi John 
Argyle Hotel, 234 McAllister 
Ariala O, boxmkr. r 18 Bernard 
Arian M Mrs. palmist, 515 Taylor 
Ariani Amibel, widow, r 1013 Mont- 
gomery 
Ariani Louis, cigars, 423 Sansome, r 

1015 Montgomery 
Ariani Paul, candy mkr, r 1013 Mont- 

Ariani Victor, bkkpr, r 1013 Montgomery 
Arias Fraiirisca Mrs, r 101'5a Jackson 
Arias Frank, ianitor. r 39 Columbia Av 
Ariata I'.attista. bootblk, r 15 Reed PI 
Ariata Jos.pli, fi.'sherman, r 1520 Dupont 
Ariala Paolo, fis'herman. r 1520 Dupomt 
Ariata Pietro. lab, r 1520 Dupont 
Ariata Salvatore, fisherman, r 1520 Du- 
pont 
ARIEI. PI.ATS, L W Hilliker & A M 
Hilliker prcvps, 531 Turk, tel Sut- 
ter 41 
ABIEIi FHABMACT, Chester B Pooler 

propr, 400 Hayes, tel Page 9031 
Arieta David, bootblk, r 1328 Dupont 
Arieta Feli.e, bootblk. r 1328 Dupont 
.\rieta Fran is<o (Ariet 



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lootblk, r 331 Green 
Arieta & Silvestro (F Arieta and S Sil- 

vestro) liquors, 1326 Dupcmt 
A-righi P, lab, r 526 Broadway 
Arilus Frank, elk W B Cluff & Co, r 7th 

and Mission 



Arimondo Lawrence (Bay St Mach Wks) 

.\:-i'nionte Lorenzo, lab. r 15 Union PI 
Arimonto Louis, lab. r 15 Union PI 
Ariola Alfred, musician, r 1823 Clay 
Ariola Antone. steward, r 832 Green 
Ariola Antonio, lab. r 319 Green 
Arion Verein, 421 Post 
Arioto Petter, teamster, r 1630 Dupont 
ArisBi Stephen, fruits, 1026 Leaven- 
worth, r 15101/2 Broadway 
Aristoarena Louis G, salesman City of 

Paris, r 45 McAllister 
Arizona Hotel, 11-13 Clay 
Arizona Sandstone Co, 106 Jessie 
.Arizona Warehouse, 342 Berry 
Arjo F, poultryman, r 616c Greenwich 
Arjo Norbert, elk O'Brien & Spotorno, 
r 822 Chestnut 

ARKELL, HICKS & GO. 

bankers and brokers, Merchants' Ex- 
chang-e Bid?, 5th floor 

Arkenbright Del, plasterer, r 512 Taylor 
Arkenbright Edward, r 512 Taylor 
Arkin.=5tnll John, ironwkr, r 2910 Larkin 
Arkison James D (Arkison & Hart) 

r 1330 Hayes 
ARKISON as HART (J D Arkison and 
M J Hart) merchant tailors, 302 
Kearny 
Arkwright I B, toolkpr, r 598, 28th .\v 
Arl Joseph, waiter, r 530 Jessie 
Arlanson Carl, cutter Bowers Rubber 

Co, r 821 Eddy 
Arline Oil Co, Parrott Bldg 
Arlington Co The. mfrs pyralin special- 
tics. B A Bruck selling agt. 678 Mis- 
sion 
Arlington Howard, butcher, r 119, 14th 
Arluck Nathan A, peddler, r li'A Lang- 

tkjn 
Arm A W, asst engineer SS Coptic 
Armabodi Secondo, lab, r 120 Trenton 
Armacost B Watson, stenog Lombard & 

Co, r 867 Eddy 
Armacost J Howard 

Bddy 
Armager Charles W, purchasing agt Mil- 
ler & Lux, r 43 Van Ness Av 
Armagost George, glass cutter W I 

Fuller & Co, r 923 Geary 
Armand Herman, r 1220 Powell 
Armandariz Gustav J, elk Thomas Day 

Co, r 1307 Waller 
Armando Brnest M, waiter, r 834 Green 
Armanlni A, gardener Colombo Mkt 
Armanini Angelo, lab, r 1427 Kearny 
Armanini Antonio, lab, r 1213 Kearny 
Armanlni Giaoomo, lab, r 1134 Mont- 
gomery rear 
Armanini Joseph, lab, r 1427 Kear . 
Armanini Louis, window cleaner, 316 

Grant Av, r 621 Broadway 
Armanino Dominico, florist, r 1915, 21st 

Av South 

Armanino Nicoli (Frank Pelieano & Co) 

r 60 Andover ^ ^ 

Armaral Manuel V (A Rosa & Co) 

r 575, 3d „ , 

Armas Joseph L, candies. 508 Turk 
Armbrust Adolph C, butcher, 1305 Cas- 
tro, r 1104 Noe 
Armbruster Barban 

Av 
Armbruster Charles, teamster 

Dept USA „ „ 

Armbruster Charles J, stenog Ry mall 

service, r 216 Guerrero 

Armbruster Edward P, elk Postofflce, 

r 741 SHotwell ^, ,^ , , 

Armbruster George W, atty, 927 Market 

r 132 Stieiner , ^ 

Armbruster Harry, salesman M D Kant 

417 Front 
Armbruster Julius H, 
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Armbruster Valentino, condtr t" RR. 
r 31S JVanclsco 

Armbruster William F. bkkpr Parafflm- 
Pain* Co, r 216 Guerrero 
Armbruster. See .\mbruster 

Armele Felipe, peddler, r 41M Vallejo 

Armele Solomim, peddler, r 424 Vallejo 

Armele Tomas, peddler, r 424 Vallejo 

Armehdariz E M Mrs, widow, r 13ii7 
Wa'ler 

Armendariz Gustav J, elk Thomas Dav 
Co r 1307 Waller 

Armendariz Ramon, stenog Cal Powder 
Wks, r 1307 Waller 

Arment Bert B. candymkr, r 410 Pest 

Armer Andrew M (Armer & Welnshenk) 
r 2100 Lyon 

ABJCEB BEirJAJCZir, sec Onn Golden 
Gate and Sulphuret Mining and De- 
velopment Co, 535 Parrott Bldg. r 
2707 Sacramento 

ABJCEB BBOS ft CO (Ixnilsand Slgfried 
Armer and EJugene Abrahamson) com 
mchts, coffee dirs and roasters, 523 
Mission 

Armir Dora, widow, r 509 Cole 

Armer Evelvn D Miss, teacher pub 
schools, r 509 Cole 

Armer Frederlka M, widow, r 845 Gold- 
en Gate Av 

Tier Herman, messervger Board of 
Education, r 1004a Golden Gate Av 

Armer Louis (Armer Bros & Co) r Hotel 
Granada 

Armer May, widow, r 965 Golden Gate 
Av 

Armer Sidney, designer, 508 California, 
r Berkeley 

Armer Sig^ried (Armer Bros & Co) 
r Guatemala 

Armer Victor E, with Dunham. Carrlgan 
& Hayden Co, r Oakland 
mer & Welnshenk (Andrew M .^rmer 
and Charles Wein.shenk) watch mate- 
rials and Jewelers' supplies. 220 Sutter 

CArmer. See Armour 

Armes Charles W Jr. mfrs' agt, 330 
Market, r Oakland 

Armes George A, marine eng, 36 ESast St 
South 

Aimes. .'-■«■ Arms 
nljo John, salesman D Holzberg. 
r Oakland 

Armington Jennie M, widow, r 43 Pond 



mrgeon, 602-603 Mutual Savings 
Bank Bldg. hours 3 to 5 and 7 to S 
pm: Siinflays by appointment. tel 
Main 1504. r 36S Page, tel Park 368 

Armistead Hubert M L, draftsman Cal 
Elec Wks, r 368 Page 

Armistead John L, painter, r 290 Rich- 
land Av 

Armistead, Sarah A. widow, r 368 Page 

Armitage Arthur H. paln<ier, r 207. 13th 

Armltage George W, elk. r 560. 7th Av 

Armitage Joseph D, asst engineer Mu- 
tual Sav Bank Bldg. r 74 Geary 

Armitage Ralph W, draftsman W H 
Armitage, r 1427 Post 

Armitage Thomas A (Rho<lo8 & Armi- 
tage) r 3000 Pine 

Armitage Orphanage of S F, B F Lc 
Warne supt, 530 California 

Armitage William H. architect; 211 San- 
snme. r 1427 Poet 

Armknecht I»ui8. r 3938 Army 

Armknecht I»ul8 F, butcher, r 3938 
Army 

Armond Fred, r 1459 Guerrero 

Armor Mary M Miss, Interne, r 3700 
C^allfomia 

Armorv Hall. 1S83 Mission 

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Armour Glue Wks. 23 Da 
ABMOTTB FACKINO CO I 

.Mo) James McCullnugl 

liranch. 307-311 I>avis 
Armour Printing Wks (Chicago) 120 

Sutter 
.\rmour R M. bkkpr Western Meat Co, 



291 



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ie mason, r 922 Bat- 
ild & Armour) r 373 



Armour Robert, 

tery 
Armour Stiuart 

Haight 
ir7"Armour. See Armer 
Arms Charles S, warrant elk r S Mln'. 

r 1260 Fell 
Arms John H (Scott & .Arms) r TO 

Portola 
Armsbv E Raymond, treas J K .Armsby 

Co. r 1298 Van Ness Av 
Armsby George N, 2d vice-pros J K 

Armsby Co. r 2310 Gough 
Armsbv (Jordon S, with J K .\rmsby 

Co, r 2310 Gough 
ABMSBT J X COMPAirrTBE (Chicago, 

111) A G Freeman vice-pres and Pac 

Coast mgr, wholesale commission 

merchants, 134-142 Market 
Armson F A. cutter John Brenner Co. 

r 59 Portola 
Armstrong Albert M. elk, r 945 Haight 
.\rm.'»t'r07ig Albert M. teacher pub 

schools, r 44, 4th Av and J 
Armstrong Alexander S, elk Standard 

Electrical Construction' (», r 1531 

Oetavia 
Armstrong Andrew, elk London, Paris 

and American Bank, r 653 Sbotwell 
Armstrong .Annie, widow, r 777^4 Folsom 
Armstrong Arthur G, bkikpr C H Phil- 
pott Co. r Oakland 
Armstrong Augustus, cooper, r 57 Lundy 

.Vrmstrong Bert, plumber, r 3066, 24th 

Armstrong Breckenririge. elk ticket aud 
offlce S P Co, r 739 Hyde 

Armstrong C, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 
Co. r 12 Essex 

.Armstrong Celia, widow, r 742 Geary 

.\rmstrong Charles, fitter, r 884 Illinois 

.\rmstrong Charles, watchman, r 610^4 
Eddy 

Armstrong Charles E, condtr r RR, 
r S12 Central Av 

.Armstrong Charles F, cooper, r 420, 10th 

Armstrong Clement, condtr S P Co, 
r 89 1 Capp 

Armstrong C N Mrs. widow, r 812 Cen- 
tral Av -• 

Armstrong Daniel D (Fay & Armstrong) 
r Susanvllle, Cal 

.Armstrong Edgar M, elk Denlson News 
Co, r 502 Powell 

•Armstrong Edward, plasterer, r 763 
Howard 

.Vrmstrong Edward F, salesman F Chev- 
alier Co, r Oakland 

Armstrong Edwin W, Ins, r 618 Powell 

Armstrong Elred, salesman John G lis 
& Co. r 237 Ash Av 

Xrmstrong Ernesl M R, r 138 Fair Oaks 



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R. I. W. 

The Paint They 
TALK ABOUT 

See adv. Paint Mnfrs. 

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Armstrong Fidelia S, widow, r 945 

Haight 
\imstrong Francis B, elk car record 

office S P Co. r 2828 Harrison 
.\rmstrong Francis M, engineer, r 2109^4 

Howard 
.\rmstrong Frank F, r 1006 Bush 
.Armstrong Frank J, steam fitter, r 110 

Armstrong Frank L. packer Wiley B 

Allen Co, r 381 Fulton 
Armstrong Frederick, driver, r 23 Oak 

Grove Av 
Armstrong George, dept mgr Baker & 

Hamilton r 1303 Page 
Armstrong George F, carriage painter, 

r 2828 Harrison ^ 

Armstrong George R (Armstrong & De 

Guerre) r 2209 Webster 
Armstrong George W A, watchmkr, 

r 138 Fair Oaks 
Armstrong Gertrude Miss, r 1058 Pine 
Armstrong Gustave, bkkpr, r 1423 Polk 
.Vrmstrong Gustave, cooper, r 57 Lundy 

Armstrong Hannah, widow, r 203 Bart- 

-Armstrong Harry, salesman Whittier- 
Coburn Co. r Oakland 

Armstrong Henry, salesman West, El- 
liott & Gordon, r 1862 Stockton 

Armstrong Henry A, elk Crane Co, 
r 1019 Leavenworth 

Armstrong Herbert G (Armstrong & 
Levy) r 557 Linden Av 

•Armstrong Howard R, marine eng, r 101 

A_rmstrong Hugh, ironwkr U I Wks, 

r 178 South Park 
Armstrong Ivor H, elk W I Clayes & 

Co. r 777% Folsom 
Armstirong James, copyist, r 640 Clay 
ARUSTKOKQ JAUZS, real estate bro- 
ker. 210 Sansome. r 1717 McAllister 
\rmstrong James A, elk, r 229 Minna 
Armstrong James F, engineer, r 511. 7th 
Armstrong James T, r 1211 Golden Gate 

Av „ 

Armstrong James W, salesman Pac 

Hardware & Steel Co, r 3035 Call- 
Armstrong John, calker U I Wks, r 334 

Mississippi . 

Armstrong John, marine eng, r 1529, 

48th Av 
Armstrong John, salesman CUipitol Mills, 

r 3854 Army 
Armstrong John L, r 39th Av, nr Point 

Lobos Av 
Armstrong John L. G, engineer M* 

Shasta Mineral Spring Co, r 559, 39th 

Armstrong John M, plumber, r 5 Zoe 
Armstrong John P, mach. r 153 Perry 
Armstrong John R. elk Williams, 

Dimond & Co, r 1200 Lake . 

Armsrong John W, elect Str Manchuria 
.\rmstrong Josoph H, plumbing, 3065, 

2 4th 
Armstrong Joseph J (Armstrong-Long- 

more Co) r 730% Treat Av 
Armstrong Joseph R Mrs, widow, r 165b 

Pacific Av „ 

Armstrong Lendrum. porter William 

Cluft Co. r 5 Hampton PI 



ig L P, mach, r 2217 California 
Armstrong Lucius P, steward, r 1398 

Hayes 
Armstrong Lucy A, widow, r 923 Wash- 
ington „„_ 
Armstrong Marguerite, widow, r 237 • 

Ash Av 
Armstrong Margaret, widow, r 1429 Van 

Ness Av 
Armstrong Maria Mrs, r 334 Minna 
Armstrong Mary, widow, r 3182. 16th 
.irmstrong Mary J Miss, r 1912 Broad- 
Armstrong M H Miss, r 1507 Laguna 
Armstrong Mildred, widow, r 1305 Oc- 

Armstrong Nellie, teacher pub schools, 

r 945 Haight _„ ^. 

Armstrong Oscar T, jeweler, r 138 Pair 

Oaks 
Armstrong Percy E, elk Pac Hardware 

& Steel Co, r 788 Haight 
-Armstrong Peter, stevedore, r 153 Perry 
ABUSTBOna, QTJATMAH fc CO (W S 

Armstrong and A H Quatman) real 

estate and ins. Ill Sutter 
Armstrong Rachel, widow, r 1556 Pa- 
cific Av „ ^ 
Armstrong Ray Miss, nurse, 1106 Post 
Armstrong Richard, elk West, Elliott & 

Gordon, r 23 Oak Grove Av 
Armstrong Richard B, broker, r 401% 

(TlaytOn 
Armstrong Richard B, stock broker, r 51 

Elgin Park ^ ,, 

Armstrong Richard F, barber, 100 Mar- 
ket, r 1596 Fulton 
Armstrong Robert D, apprentice, r 730% 

Treat Av 
Armstrong Rudolph (Armstrong & Bree- 

ser) r 138 Fair Oaks 
Armstrong Samuel C, salesman Eugene 

Kom, r 1012 Oak 
.\rmstrong S M Mrs. r 962 Pine 
Armstrong Stanley E, artist Call, r 530 

Golden Gate Av 
Armstrong T E Mrs, widow, r 1430a 

Post 
Armstrong Thomas, electn, r 334 Miseis- 

aippi 
Armstrong Thomas, teamster, 

Minna 
Armstrong Thomas, tinsmith, r 579 

Walnut Av 

ng Thomas E, lab, r 640 Bow- 



Armstrong Thomas H, solicitor, r 533 

Armstrong Thomas L, foreman Meese 
& Gottfried Co, r Oakland 

Armstrong Truman B, tinsmith, r 579 
Walnut Av 

.\rmslTong T Sidney, r 788 Haight 

ARKSTBOKQ T W, mfrs' agt, 308 Mar- 
ket, room 15, r 788 Haight 

Armstrong Viola, widow, r 70 Elgin 

Armstrong William, barber, r 681 Mis- 
Armstrong William, elk, r 39th Av, nr 

Point Lobos Av 
Armstrong William, lab, r 1318 Dupont 
Armstrong William, printer, r 1850 

Howard 

Armstrong William, sergt police, r 2786 

Sacramento 
Armstrong William B, supt Cal Elec 

Wks. r Redwood City, Cal 

Armstrong William C, apprentUce, r 730% 

trong William F, grainer, r 1645 



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Armstrong William H, groceries. 1723 

-Market, r 265 Clinton P-ark 
Armstrong William I. likkpr Goodyear 

Rubber Co. r 579. 39th Av 
Armstrong William S (Armstrong. Quat- 

man & Co) r 1000 Golden Gate Av 
Armstrong W Wallace, accountant; 508 

California, r 1036 Haight 
Armstrong & Breeser (R Armstrong 

and G Breeser) liquors. 129 EJast St 



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North 

rong & De Guerre (G R Armstrong 
I .V S J De Guerre) printers and 
nk b<K.k mfrs, 407 Montgomery 

tETT (Bert Arm- 
strong and Nathan Levy) merchant 
tailors, rooms 48, 49. 50 St Anns 
Uldg. 6 Bddy 
Armuth Alfred S. salesman, r 1428 Ful- 

Army Headquarters U S. Pac Division. 

Grant Bldg. D«pt of Cal, Phelan Bldg 
Army James, sliipwright. r 1114 York 
Army Transport Service, office 3S New 

Montgomery 
Amaboldl Angelo. cabinet mkr, 1518 Du- 

pont. r ?519 Dupont 
Amaboldl Second! (P Albcrlgl & Co) 



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r 322, 4th 
Amaud Clement (. 

r 531 Haight 
Arneud Lena Mrs, 



Arnaud Ijouls E, bartndr, r 337 Hayes 
Amaud Victor L. office mgr EJrlanger & 

Gallnger. r Hotel Wentworth 
Amaud & Cazajous (A Arnaud and J 

Cnzajous) laundry, 322, 4^tlh 
Amaud & Orles (C Arnaud and A 

Cerles) laundry. 531 Haight 
Arnautou Cyrille, waiter, r 650 C^app 
Arnberg Adolph A, cook, r 515 Minna 
Arnberg Andrew, tinsmith U I Wks. 

r 1051 Tennessee 
Arnberg FYed, metal wkr, r 227, 28th 
Arnberger Frank A. tel opr. r 1733 Page 
Arnberger Sablna, widow, r 1010 Mont- 
gomery 
Arnberger Theodore R, foreman Hlcks- 

Judd Co. r 1010 Montgomery 
Arndt EJdward O. cutter, r 939 Guerrero 
Arndt Frederick O W, brlcklr, r 3932 

Army 
ASKST KUOO B DB, diseases of ner- 
vous system. 701-703 James Flood 
Bldg. hours 1:30 to 4 pm, tel Main 
1836 
Arndt John, hostler, r 2654 Harrison 
Arndt Otto, lab, r 332 Guerrero 
Arndt Paul E, electn, r 60 Walter 
Ameberg Charles O, tailor J R Week 
Arnendes John, driver, r 211, 14th 
Arner Milton E, student, r 2640 McAllis- 
ter 
Arnerlch M-itthew, state wharfinger, foot 

Union, r 3352, 22d 
Arneson Arne. tanner, r 1663 Howard 
Arnest I'M ward L, lab U S Customs. 

r Oakland 
Arnest Sebastian, r 3976, 19th 
Arnett John, r 1224 Pine 
rT'Arnett. See Arnott 
Arney Grwge. ship fitter, r 1114 York 
Arney James G. shipwright, r 1114 York 
Amey James L, ship fitter, r 1114 York 
Arnheim Aaron, salesman, r 3063 Cali- 

Arnfleld Percy, solicitor, r 81b Board- 



Amhelm Abrahar 

California 
Arnheim Fannie, 



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.rnheim Herman S. bkkpr Mrs S S 

Arnheim. r 820 Florida 

John R. jeweler, r 526 Turk 
Julius S, druggist, 8 Steuart, 

r 820 Florida 
Arnheim Rosa, widow, r 3063 (California 
Arnheim S S Mrs, nautical supplies, 

8 Steuart. r 820 Florida 
Arnheim William S, watchmkr, 12 

Steuart, r Alameda 
ABNSOZS B & CO, Benjamin Arnhold 

pros, H N Lange sec, dealers wines 

and bran^dles. NW cor Townsend and 

Stanford 
Arnhold Benjamin, pres B .\rnhold & Co, 

r 2342 Devlsadero 
Ami John, r 6600 Mission 
Arnke Henry A. liquors, SW cor 2d and 

Jessie, r 2853 Folsom 
Arnke Joseph, bartndr. r 2853 Folsom 
A mo Credit and Loan Co. 819 Market 
Arno Henry, r 478a Turk 
Amo Joseph, waiter, r 1108 Montgomery 
Arno The. 725 Ellis 
Arnold Albert H (Arnold & MfCann) 

r 1714 Howard 
Arnold Alexander S. elk PC SS Co, 

r 1233 Wlllard 
Arnold Alfred R, carp, r 759 Market 
.■\rnnld Anna P, widow, r 129 Arlington 
Arnold August J. brewer, r 529 Andover 

Arnold Austin, elk W W Montague & 

Co, r 413 Van Ness Av 
Arnold Bros, H B Arnold mgr, groceries, 

995 Valencia 
Arnold C H. druggi.st, r 1224 Pine 
Arnold Charles, with Illinois Central 

RR Co. r 2415 California 
Arnold Charles E, motrm U «R, r 4 23 

Fair Oaks 
Arnold Charles G. mach. r 129 Arlington 
Arnold Charles M. contr, r 1200 Treat 

Av 
Arnold Clarence E, atty, Mills Bldg, 

r 889 Post 
Arnold D H Mrs, widow, r 2336 Stelner 
Arnold E A, condtr S P Co, r 271, 4th 
Arnold Rdson C, r 1033 Page 
Arnold EMson C Jr, bkkpr, r 931a How- 
ard 
Arnold Emil, delicacies, 3008, 16th 
Arnold E^zra, elk. r 320 Mason 
Arnold F. cook St Dunstan's 
Amold Francis W, r 877 Hayes 
Arnold Frank, Ry postal elk, ft Market 
Amold Frank A, carp, r 733 Vermont 
Amold Frank D, with Mercantile Trust 

Co of S F, r 636 Valencia 
Arnold Frank S, elk. r 423 Fair Oaks 
Amold Fremont C, carp, r 815 York 
Arnold George, stone cutter, r 146, 6th 
Arnold George H, cashier Grand Hotel. 

r 1 1 Dearborn PI 
Arnold George L, elk Goldberg, Bowen 

& Co. r 815 York 
Amold George O, elk Cunningham. Cur- 

tlss & Welch, r 11 Dearborn PI 
Arnold (Jottlleb. r 8 Kingston 
ABBOU) KABSWABB OO, N 3 Arnold 

pres. importe-rs hardware and metals. 

railway and plumbers' supplies. 23 

l>avls. room 11. tel Green 571 
Ai-nold Harry, buyer Hotel St Francis, 



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Arnold Harry B, mgr Arnold Bros, r 35 

Arnold Harry C, elk F A Brookbank, r 

917 Market 
Arnold Harry J, candy mkr, r 423 Fair 

Oaka 
Arnold Harry T. com mcht, r 1098 Post 
Arnold Harry V, marine eng, 36 East 

St South 
Arnold Henry, painter, r 429 Larkin 
' -nold Hen 

& Co, r 

Arnold Henry G, tailor, 2932, 16th 
Arnold Herbert F, compounder, r 4583, 

ISth 
Arnold Hugo Mrs. r 1770 Pacific Av 
Arnold James, plasterer, r 221 Prentiss 
Arnold Jane, widow, r 165 San Carlos 

Av 
ASNO^D J SENinS M S, eye, ear, 

nose and throat, office 643 Sutter, 

hours 10:30 am to 1 pm. tel Main 

3077, r St Dunstans, tel Private Ex 

728 
Arnold John E, salesman W Hatteroth, 

r 129 Arlington 
Arnold Joseph, cigar mkr, r 33, 5th 
Arnold Kate L, widow, r 2415 California 
Arnold Leslie G. elk Goldberg, Bowen & 

Co. r 815 York 
Arnold Louis, r 342. 5th 
Arnold Mary V Miss, teacher Chinese 

school, r 2011 Devisadero 
ABNOIiS MATTKEW, genl imgr Pacific 

Jupiter Steel Co, 344-346 Crossley 

Bldg-, r 243 San Jose Av 
Arnold Maurice, shipwright, r 2'21 Pren- 
Arnold Maurice P, ship carp, r 808 Mis- 



ABirOIiS VOAM 8, pres Arnold Hard- 
ware Co, 23 Davis, r 1810 Sutter, tel 
Geary 3283 

Arnold Olive M, widow, r 414% Golden 
Gate Av 

Arnold Oscar, bartndr, r 129, 3d 

Arnold Otto, carp, r 219, 2d 

Arnold Robert, r 922 Battery 

.\rnold Robert P. elk genl pass S P Co, 
r Berkeley 

Arnold Rufus W, tanner, r 2805. 24th 

Arnold Sarah K. widow, r 12 Tremont 

Arnold Silvia J, widow, r 423 Fair Oaks 
Arnold Stephen, varnisher, r 18 Beaver 
Arnold Thomas, lab, r 547, 1st 
Arnold Thoroas C. mfrs' agt, Parrott 

Bldg. r 1719 Washington 
Arnold Virginia I, widow, r 2011 Devi- 
sadero 
Arnold William, electn. r 934 Van Ness 

Av 
Arnold William, elev opr, r 1001 Bush 
Arnold William Jr. elk North German 

Fire Ins Co, r Mill Valley 
A) nold William F, elk Associaitied Oil 

Co, r 207 Post 
Arnold W J, r 102 Ellis 
Arnold & McCann (A H Arnold and T 

MeCann) groceries, 1700 Howard 
Arnold & Walsh (L F Walsh) men's 

furnishings, 42, et'h 



Arnntt Thomas, r 118a Clara 

Cr.Vrnott. See Amett 

Arnsberg Benjamin, peddler, r 919 

r 919 

Urer-nwich 
Arnsberg Isadore, vegetables, r 919 
Arnquist August, painter, r 701 Natoma 

Greenwich 
Arnst Adolph, diamond setter, r 1327 

Eddy 
Arnstein Laurence, r 1610 Franklin 
Arnstein Ludwig. pres Arnstein. Simon 

& Co, r 1610 Frankiii. 

ARNSTEIN, SIMON & CO. 

Ludwisr Arnstein pres, A. Stein vlce- 
pres, Alfred Simon sec, importers 
woolens and trtmmingrs, 585 to 58-» 
Market, cor 2u 

(C7"Arnstein. See Aronstein 
Arnstorena Louis, elk, r 405 McAllister 
Arnt Frederick, baker, r 226 Natoma 
Aroldt Max, salesman M Blaskower Co, 

r 706 Mason 
Aron Jules, mgr Arno Credit and Loan 

Co, r 728 Geary 
Aron Leopold, fresco painter, r 2996 



..ronsohn Martm. notary public and U 

5 Pension atty, 632 Market, room 8, 
r 5 Monroe 

Aronsohn Slgmund Mrs, widow, r 5 
Monroe 

Aronson A, pres Aronson Realty Co. 109 
Sutter, r 2120 Pacific Av 

Aronson Albert, shipfitter U I Wks r 
1049 Tennessee 

Aronson Building, NW cor 3d and Mis- 
sion 

Aronson Charles S, credit mgr Anglo- 
Am Crockery & G Co. r 1834 Baker 

Aronson David A. elk Sherwin Williams 
Co, r 746 Elizabeth 

Aronson George, loans. 126 Kearny 

Aronson Henry B, painter, 1260 Howard 

Aronson Ike Mrs, widow, r 2615 Sacra- 
mento 

Aronson Max. salesman Nolan & George 
Co. r 663 McAllister 

Aronson Moses I, elk T Brilliant Furn 
Co. r 746 Elizabeth 

Aronson Peter, lab. r 541. 6th 

Aronson Philip N (B Blumenthal & Co) 
r 2202 California 

ARONSON REALTY CO. (Inc.), 

A. Aronson pres, S. Aronson seo, raol 
estate and house brokers, 109 Satter, 
tel Main 1200 

Aronson Rose Mrs, delicacies, 454 Devl- 

Aronson Sol, sec Aronson Realty Co, 109 
Sutter, r 2120 Pacific Av 

[Cj'Aronson. See Aaronson and Aron- 
sohn 

Aronstein Berthold (Desenberg & Aron- 
stein) r 823 O'Farrell 

Aronstein Meyer W, salesman. r 540 
Waller 

tt^Aronstein. See Arnstein 

Aros Menlo C. bkkpr Cahn. Nickelsburg 

6 Co. r 903 Sutter 

Arp Charles W, ins broker, r 751 Capp 
Arp Otto D (Littig & Arp) r 299 Hyde 
Arper George W, mgr Arper Oil & 

Burner Co. r Oakland 
Arper Oil and Burner Co, 519 Mission 



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FHjrn Co, r S:;S Green 
Arps Ma^Tius, 2d officer str San Juan 
Arques Camllo L, mgrr Bay & Rive 

Trana Co, r 1400 Washington 



Arquette Edward, 



cutter, r 410 



Arragon Abraham, lab, r 504a VaJlejo 
Arragiin The (apartments) 1318 Sutter 
Arreagada E^eraldo M, engineer, r 351 

Church 
Arreagada Francisco F, engineer, r 351 

Church 
Arreagada Modrado M, r 351 Church 
Arreagada M Y S Mrs, widow, r 351 

Church 
Arrera Franlc, r 1420b Powell 
Arrit>ere Louis, ironer A EspagnoUe, r 

1348 Pacific 
Arrlello Peter, lab, r 416 Broadway 
Arrlghi Enrico, lab, r 6 Bartol 
Arrighl Senesl (Arrlghi & Glorgini) r 

1506 Polk 
Arrlghi & Glorgini (S Arrighl and E 

Glorgini) fruits, 1506 Pollt 
Arrighini Giuseppe, bartndr, r 1353 Du- 

pont 
Arrighini Joseph, lab. r 434 Broadway 
Arrighini Paul. lab. r 434 Broadway 
Arrington L,uella Mrs, teacher music, 

r 1212 Powell 
Arrington Nicholas T, bkicpr, r 1212 

Powell 
Arriola Alfredo, musician, r 1823 Clay 
Arriola Carlos B. musician, r 1823 CJlay 
Arriola EXlward F, photographer, r 18 

Bernard 
Arriola Frank, glasswkr, r 18 Bernard 
Arrlvey £>mma E, widow, r 149, 2d 
Arrousaz Marie, widow, r 17 Virginia 

Pi 
Arrowsmlth George K, mining sec, 69 

Nevada Block, r Oakland 
Arrowsmlth John, r 12414b Sliver 
▲ST ASSOCXATIOH OF SAN FKAJT- 

0I800, SE cor ("alifornla and Mason 
A«T TImOBJH, CO THE, V Matrala mgr, 

24 P..W.-11, t.-l Bush 206 
AST LJTKOOaAPS CO, Edward H 

Mitchell pn>pr, 141 Union Square Av, 

tel John 6971 
Art Metal (Construction Co, J W Bowen 

agt, James Flood Bldg 
Art Nor\'elty Manufacturing Co. J Do- 

heny mgr, 525 Front and 209 Jackaon 
AST FSXaTTEST, producers of commer- 
cial and society printing. 41, 8th, tei 

Howard 2477 
Artenau Joseph, teamster, r 509% Val- 

lejo 
Arter Norman R, salesman Goldberg, 

Bowen & Co, r Mill Valley, C^ai 
Arters John, mach, r 1226 Kearny 
Arth C P, barber, r 775 Mission 
Arthur C^iarles. physician, Parrott Bldg, 

r Occidental Hotel 
Arthur Francis E, mach, r 2746 Harrison 
Arthur Frank O, barber, r 1926 Market 
Arthur George A, driver, r 251 Waller 
Arthur (George F, txirber, r 251 Waller 
Arthur George H, elect eng, r 575 Church 
Arthur G T, mach, r 1131 Polk 
Arthur Henry (Boden & Co) r 4116 L 
Arthur James, elev opr, r 1604 Califor- 
nia 
Arthur James L, contractor, r 575 

Church 
Arthur Mark D, elk Pac Pine Co. r 305 

Turk 
Arthur T, mach, r 1033 Sutter 
Arthur Wesley, barber S J KamlnskI, r 

Berkeley 
Artigo Augutftlne, r 900 Vallejo 
Artlgues Achllie I., nrganlHt. r 124S Mc- 

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ABTIOUES CKASIiES A, vice pres 
Bayle. Lacoste & Co and Cai Fertil- 
izer Works, r 1332, 5th Av South 
Artlgues Bmil, mgr, r 1248 McAllister 
Artigue-s Joseph E. physician, 623 Val- 
lejo, r 2947 Fillmore 
Artlgues Marius, insp U S Custom.s, r 

769 Chestnut 
Artlgues Mary, widow, r 769 Chestnut 
Artime Paul, se^nan, r 1422a Powell 
Artman Frank O, plumber, r 2559 Sutter 
Artoux Adrlen, tanner Legallet-Hellwlg 

Tanning Co 
Artoux Gaston, tanner, r 1320 Plailroail 

Av 
Artoux Jules, butler, 1916 Octavia 
Artoux L, poultryman, r 1592 Jacks<iii 
Artru Henry, cook, r 34a John 
Artus John, baker, r 1226 Kearny 
Arfus John J, mach, r 1226 Kearny 
Arumada Jose, miner, r 816 Jackson 



Arundeil James, carp, r 116 Jones 
Arvanitas Nicholas, tanner, r 1643, 10th 

Av South 
Arvedi Consalvo, bkkpr Italian Am 

Bank, r 719 Green 
Arvedi Edward, elk Edison Phonograph 

Agency, r 719 Green 
Arviddon August, elk B K Wood Lum- 
ber Co, r 2859 Harrison 
Arvlgl Antonio, painter, r 1723 Mason 
Arvlgo Stephen, teamster, r 154 Talbert 
.\rvonen Arnle. silversmith Shreve & Co, 

r 152H Castro 
Arvonen Isaac V, goldsmith,, r 162V4 

Clara 
Arvonen Victor A, silversmith Shreve & 

Co. r 152H Clara 
Arzave Juan J, barber, 106 Montgomery 

Av, r 809 Vallejo 
Arzave LouLsa Miss, dressmkr, 724 Vel- 

lejo 
Arzberger Joseph, foreman, r 132 Dla- 

Arzt Antonio B. butcher, r 828a California 
ASAKI CO, W Tamura propr, Japanese 
fancy go.ida and teas, wholesale bam- 
boo and matting, 690 Valencia, tel 
Church 1215 
ASAKI CO TKE, K Hayashisake and J 
Ichino proprs. whsle and ret dirs Jap- 
anese embroidery and art curios, Mex- 
ican drawn work a specialty, 224-226 
Post above Grant Av, tel Red 4234 
Asaro Baldassara, r 2053 Powell 
Asallno Dominic, r 164 Talbert 
Asallno Joseph, teamster, r 156 Talbert 
Asallno Nicholas, lab. r 164 Talbert 
Asaro Victor, salesman, r 2053 Powell 
Asbestolith Co, C A Carpenter gen agt. 

Mills Bldg 
Asbestos Contracting Co, 109 Fremont 
A8BS8T08 KTO ft BTTPrZiT CO UTO. 
successors to HofT Asbestos Mfg Co, 
asbestos and magneslg covering and 
cements. 27 Jessie, tel Brown 496 
Asbestos Paint Co, N H Baughman pres, 

304 Sacramento 
Asch Benjamin, gauger XJ S Internal 

Revenue, r 839 Geary 
Asch I)e Witt, salesman Goldberg, Bow- 
e n & Co. r 901'.^ Valencia ^^^ 



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Asch Frederick, lab, r 1124 Mariposa 
Asch Frederick H. elk Charles Brown & 

Son, r 626 Grove 
Asch Isidor, elk, r 901% Valencia 
Asch Melville, elk Newman & Levinson, 

r 901% Valencia 
Asch Noble, elk, r 901% Valencia 
Asch Simon, salesman Weinstock, Lubin 

& Co. r 926 Hyde 
ITT" Asch. See Ash and Ashe 
.\sche Patrick, lineman, r 660, 6th 
Ascheim Michael C. salesman Mlchal- 

Itschke Bros & Co 
CTAscheim. See Aschheim 
Aschen Henry C (Aschen & Propfe) r 

1376 Hayes 
Aschen & Propfe (H C Aschen and C 

Propfe) liquors, 1032 Market 
Ascher Abe, elk Main & Winchester & 

Stone Co, r 104 Dore 
Ascher Henry D (Ascher & Meyer) r 459 

Geary 
Ascher & Meyer (H D Ascher and W J 

D Meyer) groceries, 498 Geary 
Cr Ascher. See Asher 
Aschero John, r 8 Lafayette PI 
ASCKHEIM ISKAEI. J, sec District G L. 

No 4, I O B B, also B'nai Brith Hall 

Assn and B B Library. 121 Eddy, 

r 1482 Sutter 
Aschheim Wiliam, janitor, r 121 Eddy 
Agchman Henry, elk A J Dehay & Son, 

r 53 6 Valencia 
Aschmann Frank G (H Goetjen & Co) 

r 443b Tehama 
Aschmann William, porter, r 330 San- 
chez 
Aschmann William Jr, electn, r 330 San- 
chez 
13' Aschmann. See Ashman 
Ascroft Henry, asst supt Geary St KR, 

r 1422 Point Lobos Av 
cy Ascroft. See Ashcroft 
Asero Mateo, r 2043 Powell 
Asfrochs Zacharias, lab, r 343 Brannan 
Ash Albert, piano tunner. r 324 Ellis 
Ash Charles S, asst supt Cal Wine As.sn, 

r 1188 Ellis 
Ash Edward K (Meyer, Mish & Co) rl624 

Sutter 
Ash Ferdinand F, r 282 Natoma 
Ash Ferdinand F Jr. r 282 Natoma 
Ash George D, fireman, r Commercial 

Hotel 
Ash George W, stereotyper, r 1606 Stock- 
ton 
Ash Harry, chauffeur, r 519 Golden 

Gate A'v 
Ash Jennie, widow, r 1520 Geary 
Ash Leo, ins agt, r 1188 Ellis 
Ash Matthew, lab, r 36 Mose 
A.«h 'Matthias, r 937 Mission 
Ash Milton, condtr U RR. r 1416 Turk 
Ash Nellie C Miss, r 2148 Golden Gate 

Av 
Ash Percy W H, mgr Country Lands 

Dept Boardman Bros & Co, r San 

Rafael 
Ash Richard, groceries, 755 Howard 
Ash R Leona, physician, 751 Sutter, r 

1188 Ellis 
Ash Robert, atty, 430 Montgomery, r 14 

Eureka 
Ash Robert, teamster, r 282 Natoma 



Ash Theresa, widow, r 626 Grove 

Ash Thomas, lab, r 436 Minna 

Ash William C, with Jas P Dunne & Co 

(C3-Ash. See Asch and Ashe 

Ashbourne House. 765 Market 

Ashburner Emelia F, widow, r 1040 Pine 

Ashby James, elk F A Brookbank, r 339 

Jessie 
Ashby John W, lab. r 708% Tehama 
Ashby Reginald G, map mounter, r 624% 

Washington 
Ashby Richard H, physician, 750 Ellis 
Ashby W George, vaquero, r cor 14th 

Av South and Q 
Ashe Caroline L, widow, r 2311 Sacra- 
mento 
.\she John H, porter, r 192 Oak 
Ashe Joseph, elk, r 3415 Mission 
.Ashe Mary, widow, r 683 Harrison 
Ashe Matthew, lab, r 3415 Mission 
Ashe Patrick, warehouseman, r 807 York 
Ashe Richard C, collr Anglo-Californlan 

Bank, r 1559 Masonic Av 
Ashe R Porter, asst district atty. Hall 

of Justice, r 2311 Sacramento 
CT-Ashe. See Ash and Asch 
Asher Albert, bkkpr Garcia & Maggini 

r 865 Post 
Asher Charles, r 643 Post 
Asher Daniel, tailor, 1029 Market, r 353 

Polk 
Asher Eugene, teamster, r 1804 Folsom 
Asher George, carp, r 814 Hayes 
Asher George, lab S P Co, r l'50a Tehama 
Asher George T, millwright, r 814 Hayes 
Asher Henry, lab, r 226 Minna 
Asher Herman, ladies' tailor. 524 Post 
Asher Hugo K, atty, 212 "Sansome, r 2413 

Sutter 
Asher Ira J. collr M Friedman & Co, 

r 26 Elliott Park 
Asher Isaac, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 

Tanning Co 
A.SSX:b UATTBICE l, atty-at-law, 508 

California, rooms 8-9, tel Grant 163, 

r 2513 Sacramento, tel Geary 2023 
Asher Max K, druggist, r 2425 Sutter 
Asher Morris, painter, r 26 Elliott Park 
.A.sher Philip, porter, r 137 Dore 
Asher Phillip, salesman, r 1858 Geary 
,\sher Rachel, widow, r 67% Henry 
Asher Robert E, salesman Prager's, r 

637 Lyon 
Asher Samuel E, liquors, 1804 Market 
Asher Sarah E, widow, r 227 Fair Oaks 
Asher Simon, r 107 Trenton 
Asher William, mcht, r 1324 Scott 
Asherson Susanna, widow, r 645 Devlsa- 

dero 
Asihl Shlzu, engraver, r 810 Stockton 
Ashim Baruch J, druggist, 557, 4th 
Ashtm Matilda A, widow, r 1530 Ellis 
Ashland The, furnished rooms, 108 Mc- 
Allister 
Ashland William E, cashier Bonestell, 

Richardson & Co, r Berkeley 
Ashley Albert S, elk frgt aud S P Co, 

r 431 Pierce 
Ashley Charles H, embalmer Golden 

Gate Undertaking Co, r 2481 Mission 
Ashley Delos R, elk, r 59 Ford 
Ashley Elizabeth Mrs, r 1039 Mission 
Ashley George, solcr Mutual L & L Co, 

r 1409 Powell 
Ashley Herbert M, elk genl fght S P 

Co, r 522 Taylor 
Ashley James H, keeper aviary G G 

Park, r 589 Frederick 
Ashley Lizzie Mrs, r 1039 Mission 
Ashley Stephen, carp, r 213 Minna 
Ashley T, brakeman S P Co, r 694, 4th 
Aahlin Clarence J, salesman, r Hotel 

St Nicholas 
Ashlock George W, mach McMaster- 

Pieper Mach Co, r Oakland 
Ashman Clemens L, druggist, r 1331 La- 

guna 



THE JOHN M. Kll EUCIRICil CO. MeT,;ffl; 

W. J. MORGAN, PRESIDENT .»D MANAGER """• ^^\ '}.",." "CamBr 

105-107 Battery St. Tel. Main 389 PTOOT WlteS. 



Ashman John G, gauger U S Internal 

Revenue, r Los Angeles, Cal 
Ashman John H. ste\ . r 22ba Shipley 
Ashman Margaret, widow, r 121 Silver 
Ashman Sarah B, widow, r 817 Guer- 

Ashman William, elk local frgt S P Co. 

r 76 Woodward's Av „ ,. 

Ashman William T. messenger Canadian 

Bank of Commerce, r Oakland 
tS-Ashmann. See Aschmann 
Ashmore E^ily, widow, propr The Pearl, 

88. 9th 
Ashpole Lester, elk, r 1130 Ellis 
Ashton Abraham, engineer, r 516 Rail- 

Ashton Charles Mrs. widow, r 124 Fred- 
erick 

Ashton Edward, lab. r HoUaday Av nr 
Tomasa 

Ashton Bpsa H. liquors, 42 McAllister, 
r 320 Turk 

Ashton Frank, real estate, r 147 Na- 

Ashton George F Mrs, widow, r 2304 

Franklin „ ,., 

Ashton George W H, carp, r Holiday 

Av nr Rutledge Av 
Ashton Harry T. carpetlayer George 

Waleom Co. r 1203 Guerrero 
Ashton Raymond, lab U S Customs, r 

Oakland 
Ashton Roland H, lab S P Co, r 22 

Hoftman Av , , 

Ashton William, engineer, r 13 Rutledge 

Ashton William J, adjuster, r 22 Hoft- 

ASHTON & GARDINER 

(Charles Asbton and Frank K. Oardl- 
ner) real estate and Ins a^s, 411 
Kontffomery 

t3- Ashton. See Aston 

Ashurst Cam B, r 101 Belvedere 

Ashwnrth Frank P, dentist. r 1002 

Halght 
A8SWO&TK FKE9 S, dental surgeon. 

643 Sutter. Pavia Bldg, hours 9 to 12 

am and 1 to 5 pm. tel Main 3077, r 

2497 Mission, tel White 1686 
ASKWOBTK THE, W M Loudon propr. 

suites and single rooms, private 

bath, all modern conveniences, 320 

Mason, tel Red 2396 
Ashwortih Thomas, r 900 McAllister 
Askenasy Jacob, druggist, 301, Bth, r 

307, 10th 
. Asker Frederick, marine fireman, r 4i'J 

Brannan 
Askew George T, bartndr, r 34a. 8th 
Askew Henry A. lab S P Co. r 624. 4th 
Asklne Frederick N. elk Charles Brown 

& Son, r 1003 Geary 
Asklns Anne, widow, r 8 Ringgold 
Asklns George, driver Egan Bros, r SVi: 

Ringgold „ „. , 

Asman Frank, musician, r 1108 Stock- 

Asroann Adolphe F W, ins, r 910 Wash- 
ington 

A»mann Adolph J. gasfltter, r 10B8 Sac- 
ramento 

Asmann Q, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 
Co, r 910 Washington 

Asmann William. Instrument mkr A 
Lleti Co, r 662 O'F'^rrell 

Asmont Henry C. pres Great Weal, rn 
Bmp Co. Parrott Bldg 

Asmus Carl, cooper, r 1109 York rear 

Asmus Theodore C (Asmus & Lynn) r 
1308 Grove , „, 

Asmus & Lynn (T C Asmus and W 
Lynn) livery stable. 834 I>e\'1sadi-ro 

C7 Asmus. See Assmuss 

Asmussen Anna, wUl^w. r 322 1. J'.ili 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



en Caroline Miss. 



tions, 3224 



26th 



Asmussen George, ins. r 916 Capp 
Asmussen G, mach Geo E Dow Pump- 
ing Eng Co, r 145 South Park 
Asmussen George J, elk Postofflce, r 

1191V" Harrison 
Asmussen John, maeh Geo E Dow Pump- 
ing Eng Co, r 145 South Park 
Asmussen Robert, lab. r 1017 Batttery 
Asmussen Susan Mrs, dry goods, 401, 

Asmussen Thomas, lab, r 602 Howard 

Asmussen Thomas, rigger, r 274a Ship- 
ley 

Asmussen William (Fletcher & Asmus- 
sen) r 630 Green 

Asmussen William A, r 401, 8t'h 

Asmussen W J. master mariner, r 6 
Howard 

Aspden George, blksmith, r Connecticut 
nr 23d 

Aspden Matthias. blksmith U RR. r 
Connecticut nr 23d 

Aspe William J. teamster, r 1926 How- 

Aspelln Carl, stableman, r 3130 Sacra- 



ito 



majlner, 



Aspelin Charles J 

1 Ferry Bldg „ 

Aspinwall George D. elk Trans Conti- 
nental Freight Co. r Berkeley 
Aspinwall Philip, r 480 Ellis 
Asplund Adolph F. master mariner, 

r 357, 1st 
Asplund Alfred. lumberman, r 417 Noe 
Asplund Arthur A, mach. r 47 Tremont 

Asplund Charles R. foreman Gulf Bag 

Co. r 118c Clara 
Asplund Ernst, laundry. 340, 11th, r 982 

Assalino Gaetano, elk C Brlzzolara & 

Son. r 1050 Filbert 
Assallno James S, brake adjuster U RR. 

r 2249 San Jose Av 
Assembly Club. 505 Bush 
Assembly Hall, 1412 Polk 
Assembly Room. Mills Bldg. 3d floor 
Assenbruner Fritz, cook, r 1242 Battery 
Assentl Basilio. peddler, r 26 Merritt 
Assentl L«uls. peddler, r 26 Merritt 
Assessor City and County, City Hall. 

1st floor 
Assman C F. nller U RR. r 234. 9th 
.VsHmus C:\r\. cooper, r 1109 York 
ASSOCIATED CKASITIES OF SAN 



Felton genl sec. 628 



Mi 
gomery 



Asswlaled Marine Underwriters, 317 
California 

ASSOCIATED OIL GO. 

J. A. Chanslor pres. W. S. Porter srenl 
mgr. O. Scrlbner sec. ezecutive com- 
mittee: J. A. Ctia&Blor. W. S. Porter 
and Barton E. Qreen; E. Whltbead 
sales agt. lltli floor. Kohl (Kayward) 

Bid? 

ASSOCIATES PSESS THE, Paul Cuwli-s 



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RING UP PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 

The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 



27 TENTH STREET 



WESTERN FUEL CO.«M.M.r 

318 CALIFORNIA STREET SEWER PIPE. TEHRA COTTl 



-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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Most folks 
deal here 

on account of tbe 

Quality 

of the goods we sell 



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ASSOCIATIOIT FOB THE IMFBOTE- 

MENT AND ADOBmCEITr OP SAW 

FBANCISCO, James D Plielan pres, 

103 Phelan Blrtg 
ASSURANCE CO OP AISEKICA (New 

York) C A Henry & Co genl agts, 213- 

215 Sansome 
Ast Bros (J F and W C) butchers. 

3143, 16th 
Ast Eberhard L, barber, 3439, 16th 
.\st J Frederick (Ast Bros) r 3439a, 16th 
.\st Theresa, widow, r 18 Harriet 
Ast William C (Ast Bros) r 181S, 15th 
Astbury Agnes Miss, nurse USA Genl 

Hospital 
Astbury Harry A, cigarmkr, r 34, lltlh 
Astedo Joseph C, supt Church Home for 

Boys, r 12 Essex 
Astfulk William, cook, r 114 Jackson 
Asti Hotel, 810 Battery 
Astill Mary, widow, r 2210 Mission 
Astiz Martin J, confectioner, r 843 

Broadway 
Astleford Abel, porter, r 5 Hampton PI 
A.ston Raphael J, tailor, 819 Mission 
Aston Ray J, ttiilor, r 345 Beal« 
A.ston William S, engineer, r 1000 Na- 

toma 
Astor House, 510 Pacific 
Astor Joseph D, astrologer, 997 Market 
Astor The, lodgings, 522% Pin« 
Astorg Alphonse, butcher, r 108, 5th 
Astorg Marcellin', butcher, 108, 5th 
Astorg Springs Mineral Water, 108, 5th 
Astoria and Columbia River RR Co. 404 

- - agt, 

107 California 

Astoria Co The, 404 Merchants' Ex- 
change Bldg 

.\storia The. lodgings. 111 Grant Av 

Astredo Humbert, salesman Mack & Co, 
r 9121^ Vailejo 

Astredo Joseph C. supt Cathedral Mis- 
sion of the Good Samaritan, r 12 
Essex 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific. 819 
Market 

Atcheson James, farmer, r 534 Bush 

ATCBIirSON B HI & CO (Edward L 
Cut'ten and Joseph Stalder) dairy 
produce, 2, 4, 61 and 63 Union Square 
Mkt 

C^Atchinson. See Acheson, Ackerson, 
Aitchinson, Atchison and Atkinson 

Atchison Charles C, stone cutter, r 532, 
3d 

.\tchison James R. mech eng. r 913 
Guerrero 

Atchison John E, Ry postal elk, r Berke- 
ley 

Atchison Margaret, widow, r 33 Rincon 

Atcliison Samuel, plumber, r 939 How- 



Atchison S G. accountant Inter-S'tateil 

Audit and Appraisement Co, r 848i'J 

Gough 
Atchi.^on Silas, elevator opr. r 411 

Market 
Atcliison Thomas A, policeman, r 909 

Dolores 
ATCHISON, TOFEKA & SANTA PE BY.' 

CO, 641 Market 
Aten Mathias C, woodwkr, r 116 Westti 

Park jj 

ATEN WHiBUB O, dentiist. room 5021 

Grant Bldg, 1095 Market, tel Minti 

3496, r 2:51b San Jose Av 
Atha Frank P, sales'man J A Folger &\: 

Athanasiade Alexander M, carrier Post- 

offlce, r 1558 Polk 
Athanasiadou Eudoxia, widow, r 6 Jan- 
sen 
Athanasiadou Milton, elk, r 6 Jansen 
Athearu Annie T Miss, r 1011 Treat Av 
Athearn Charles H, ins, r lOH Treat 

Athearn Delia Mrs, r 511 Taylor 
Athearn Florence Miss, artist, r 124 

Fultton 
Athearn Mary A, widow, r 1011 Treat 

Athenour Aime D, bartndr, r 62 Brie 
Atherstone Thomas S, mining, Crocker 

Bldg, r Oakland 
Atherton Bessie Mrs (Atherton & Thors) 

r 1661 Octavia 
Atherton Faxon D, mining sec, 79 Ne- 
vada Block, r 2295 Sacramento 
Atherton Horan, elevator opr Grant 

Bldg. r 1805 Mission 
AUherton John W, condtr Cal St RR, 

r 1208 Darkin 
Atherton Joseph N, r 1661 Octavia 
Atherton The. 1661 Octavia 
Atherton William, agt, r 20 Oak 
Atherton & Thors (Mrs B Atherton and 

Mrs G Thors) proprs The Atherton, 

1661 Octavia 
A they James L, carp, r 3250a, 25th 
Athey Martha D Mts, notions, 3250a, 

25th 
Athey Wiley L, physician, r 705 Sutter 
Athey William E, gripman U RR, r 2604 

Sutter 
Atkins Albert J. physician, Parrott 

Bldg, r 314 Ellis 
Atkins Alburtis, agt Examiner, r 2865 

Howard 
Atkins Charles W, foreman Paul P 

Bernhard & Co 
Atkins Chester H (R C Atkins & Sons) 

123 MonUgomery 
Atkins Earl W, condtr U RR, r 2513, 

24th 
Atkins Bben, porter Holbrook, Merrill 

& Stetson, r 917 Broadway 
ATKINS E C & CO inc (of Indianapolis) 

R W Neighbor Cal mgr. W W E\'erett 

local mgr, saw mfrs and sawmill 

tools and specialties and machine 

knives, 21-25 Main 
Atkins Frank E, elk. r 1609 Haight 
Atkins George, lab S P Co, r 427. 14th 
Atkins George, tamales. r 22 Mint Av 
A't'kins Harry M elk local frgt S P Co, 

r 808 Mission 
Atkins Helen, nurse, r 708 Haight 
.A.tkins J Henry P. sec Vickery, Atkins 

& Torrey, r Oakland 
Atkins Job (Atkins & Drackert) r 2034 

Steiner 
Atkins John, janitor, r 8 Enterprise 
Atkins Joseph, lab, r 19 Tehama 
Atkins Margaret E, widow, lodgings, 

11131^ Howard 
Atkins Milton H, physician. 391 Sutter, 
• r 629 Van Ness Av 



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ALL KINDS OF WIRING 



jtEPAIRlNG A SPECIALTY 

^EIDENTHAL-GOSLINER ELECTRIC WORKS 

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iTKINS R. C. & SONS 

(Robert C. and Chester H. Atkins) 
men'* clothers, foralBhers and ablrt- 
makers, aireiata Dr. Jaefrer's under- 
wear, 123-125 Montgomery, tel Bed 
1481 
\tkir.s H..h.-,, C IR (• Alkins .Sc Sens) 

<LTKINS ROBERT S. 

clothing', fumUhlng-*, cn«tom shirt*, 
113 Monttromery, tel James 156, r 1306 
Masonic Av 
Atkins S. elk. r 2500a Polk 
Atkins The. 511, 3d 
Atkins He Draokert rj Atkins .ind G P 

Drackert) barbers. 7 Stockton 
CAIklns. See Adklns 
Atkinson Abble, widow, r 915 Geary 
Atkinson Anna Miss. millinery. 543 

Hayes, r 505 Oak 
Atkinson Archibald. student, r 1160 

Hayea 
Atkinson Building. 731 Sutler 
Atkinson Catherine, widow, r 720 Har- 
rison 
Atkinson Catherine M, r 1032 Rroadway 
Atkinson Daniel, maeh. r 722 Harriet 
Atkinson David, emp Boys and Girls 

Aid Soc 
Atkinson David W. millmnn. r i64 

Bryant 
Atkinson D Ross, sec Western Security 

Co 
Atkinson EMgar L. with G T Wayman, 

r 72G Octavia 
Atkinson Edmund M. elk V S Customs, 

r 1211a Scott ^ ^ 

Atkinson Edwin V. elk ticket aud office 

S P Co. r 162 Alpine 
Atkinson Frank J. elk Boyson's Phar- 
macy, r 505 Oak 
Atkinson George, packer, r 1628 Eddy 
Atkinson George P. miner, r 330 Mc- 
Allister 
Atkinson Grace Mrs. r 617 Jones 
Alklnson Hann.ih, widow, r 505 Oak 
Atkinson Harold L, druggist. 2823 Pine 
Atkinson Harry L, bkkpr Page, McCut- 
chen & Knight, r 530 Golden G«te Av 
Atkinson Henry, lab. r 2009 Dupont 
Atkinson Henry C, baggageman, r 12 

Sliver 
Atkinson Henry M. wool sorter, r 434, 

5th 
Atkinson James J, lab. r 411 Banks 
Atkinson J B Mrs, widow, r 1329 Leav- 
enworth 
Atkinson John R. gardener, r 110, 12th 



Av 



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722 



The 



irse Lar 



music, 
e Hos- 



Atklnson Joseph 
Bryant 

Atkinson Lena Mrs. propr 
Dyke, 330 McAllister 

Atkinson Lillian MTs, teach 
r 317 Gough 

Atkinson Mae M 
pital 

Atkinson Reeves Mrs. physician, r 1815 
Sutter 

Atkinson R H. atty, r 1575 Jackson 

Atkinson Robert H, elk. r 1128 Valen- 
cia 

Atkinson Robert W. elevator opr. r 3818 

'^'^'"' r 371 Minna 

r 714 Bryant 

, Public Ac- 

counUnt and Auditor. 713 Market. 3tl 

floor, r 1029 Shrader 

Atkinson Thom.-m N. sllvermnlth Shreve 

& Co. r 1S17 .Market 
ATXnrsOir TKOMAB T, certified ac- 



Ttsli Brltuitln 



Product :::,-.■ 95 r^ 



Atkinson Walter S. draftsman U I Wk:^, 

r 1312 Castro 
.Atkinson William, elk. r 863^4 Mark.t 
ICTAtklnson. See Acheson, Aekerson. 

Adkinson, Aitchison and Atchinson 
Atlanta Eagle Mining and Milling f". 

970 Market 
Atlantic Brush Co (J C and Estate "i 

n Blair) brushes, etc. 318 Pine 
ATI.AirTIC FISH CO, H M Colety ,igt. 

dried and plekled ftsh, 213-215 Bat- 
tery 
Atlantic Free Warehouse, Danforth 

Warehouse Co proprs. SE cor B-at- 

tery and Broadway 
ATI.ANTIC. QTJX.P A»l> PACIPIO CO, 

engineers and general cnntractcirs. 

220 Market 
Atlantic Straw Works (Davi.i C Braid i 

104. 5th 
ATI.AimO TRANSFOBT IjnE, New 

York-London, C D Taylor pass agt 

Pacific Coast, 21 Post 
Atlantic U S Bonded Warehouse, "IS 

Battery 
Atlantic IT S Bonded Tea \Varehouse, 

cor BattH-rv and Broadway 
ATIJIS ASSXTKANCE CO Ltd (London. 

Eng) Frank J Devlin mgr, T H Pa- 

lache asst mgr. H M Newhall & Co 

city agts. 309-311 Sansome 



Atlas Buflding and Loan Assn, 304 

Montgomery 
Atlas Contract and Supply Co, Rlalto 

Bldg 
All<-i« Gas Engine Co, 42 Main 
Atlas Jacob, carp, r 635 3-4 Natoma 
Atlas Mamie Mrs, dry goods. 320. 4tli 
Atlas The, lodgings, 333 Geary 
Atlas Tube Cleaner, 47, 1st 
Atly Percy G, hosemkr Bowers Ru1>1m i 

Co, r Oakland 
Atrn George, waiter, r 541 Minna 
Attabit Jacques (Attabit & Mon) r 30;!1. 

2 2d 
Attabit & Mon (J Attabit and P Mon) 

laun'dry. 3031. 22d 
Attell Abraham, clothing, 791 Mission. 

r 1358 Scott 
Attell Annie, widow, r 1427 Folsom 
A tteil Caesar, jeweler. 255. 3d. r 1 lUT 

Folsom 
Attell Coleman, pawnbroker. 103, 3(1. 

r 1312 Buchanan 
Attell Jacob (Attell & Goldwater) r 164 

Clementina 
Attell Joseph. Junk, r 1358 Scott 
Attell Meyer, salesman, r 1564 Howard 
Attell * (Joldwater (J Attell and 1 

Goldwater) loan office. 69, 4th 
Attenborough H W. asst mgr Arno 

Credit and Loan Co, 819 Market 
Atthowe Annie B Miss, teacher Poly- 

technlcal College, r 713 York 
Atthowe C W, weigher R Doepfnor 
Atthowe Ernest, master Str Onward, 

r 1522 Vallojo 
Atthowe Reginald, mgr S F Printing 

Co, 109 California 
Atthowe William, purser Str Sonoma 
Atthowe William C. bkkpr, r 713 York 



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The FILMER BROS, typographers and electrotypers 
ELECTROTYPE CO. 



Pmoni Main TTB 



424 SANSOME ST. 



WESTERN FUEL llO."Sar 



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The Paint They 
TALK ABOUT 

See adv. Paint Mnfrs. 

A. WILLKOMM, 207 Sansome Street 



.\ttinger Adolph, stereotyper Examiner, 

r 236 Jersey 
.\ttinger Annie, widow, r 412 McAl- 
lister 
Attlnger Charles, teacher elocution, 

r 256, Sth 
Attinger Charles, watchmkr, r 1130 

Turk 
Attingrer Fred Jr. Jeweler, r 1130 Turk 
Attinger John, cutter, r 1037 Noe 
Attinger Richard, candvmkr. r 1130 Turk 
Attinger W Fred, tailor, 738 Mission, 

r 1130 Turk 
ATTOKITE'S' OEITEKAI. STATE OF 

CAIiIFOBmA, 1204 - 1216 Claus 

Spreckels Bldg 
Attorney United States, cor 7th and Mis- 

Attridge Anne P Miss, elk Postoflice, 

r 224 Noe 
Attrldgo Arthur L., elk Postoffiee, r 224 

Noe 
Attiridse Arthur Jr, student, r 224 Noe 
Att ridge Edmund J, porter, r 2005 Leav- 
enworth 
Attridge James, r 2005 Leavenworth 
Attridge James, boilermkr, r 1103 Ken- 
tucky 
Attridge John, shoemkr. r 1305 Broad- 
way 
Attridge John G, policeman, r 212S Bush 
Attridge Joseph, bartindr, r 1301 Ken- 
tucky 
Attridge Joseph F, bartndr, r 23, 6th 
Attridge Margaret, widow, r 1305 Broad- 
way 
Attridge Raymond, stenog William 

ClufC Co, r 224 Noe 
Attridge Richard, porter, r 2005 Leaven- 
worth 
Attridge Thomas J, lab, r 2005 Leaven- 
worth 
Attridge Walter J, mach, r 224 Noe 
.^.ttwood Albert, lab. r 28a Silver 
Attwood George E, teacher Gallagher- 
Marsh Business Col, r 2512 McAllister 
C? Attwood. See Atwood 
Atty William, salesman Cal Notion & 

Toy Co, r Oakland 
At water Herbert G C, bartndr, r 38 

Woodward's Av 
Atwater L E, master mariner, r 547 

I-ag'd 
Atwater Louis, carp, r 524 Noe 
.\twater William L. carp, r 563, 28th 
Atwell Charles, r 701 Howard 
At well Clyde L. elk Subsistence Dept 

U S A, r 402 Oak 
Atwood A J Mrs, widow, r 521a Shot- 

ATWOOD AI^FBED I., atty-at-law, 1215- 
1216 Claus Spreckels Bldg, tel Bush 
361, r 566 Geary 

Atwood A R, marine eng, 36 Bast St 



Per 

Atwood Edward, lab. r 229 Ash Av 
Atwood Elizabeth B, widow, r 110 

Fulton 
At\^'ood Ephraim, r 2015 Devisadero 
Atwooi. George A. r 2520 Folsom 



Atwood George B, foreman Anspackei 
Bros, r 127 Perry 

Atwood George E Jr, druggist Union 
Drug Co, store 5, r 3649, 21st 

Atwood Henry E, gripman U RR, r 840 
Larkin 

Atwood John A, harnessmkr, 562, 4th, 
r 127 Perrv 

Atwood John R. elk frgt aud S P Co, 
r 128 Valencia 

.\twood Joseph C, elk A A Brown, r 611 
Taylor 

Atwood S G, stenog The Rosenblatt Co, 
r Berkeley 

ATWOOD WII.I.IAM A, dentist, 26 Mc- 
Allistler, tel Jessie 3561. r 3946 Clay 

Atwood William W, photo engraver 
Sunset Press, r Oakland 

C3"Atwood. See Attwood 

Atzeroth Bdlef, elk, r 1075 Post 

Atzeroth Frederick, elk, r 1601 Leaven- 
worth 

Atzeroth. Frederick W H (Atzeroth & 
Bendcn r 533 Fillmore 

Atzeroth Henry P, liquors, 199, 10th, 
r 2759 McAllister 

Atzeroth & Bendel (F W H Atzeroth and 
S Bendel) liquors, 1 East St North 

Atzlinger Elizabeth, liquors, 758 Bryant 

Atzlinger Matthew, mach, r 728 Bry- 
ant 

Aub Philip D, cutter, r 117 Eddy 

Aubert Albert, r 12 Ewing PI 

Aubert Daniel J, liquors, 1627 Fillmore, 
r 1615 Fillmore 

Aubert Eugene, cook, r 18 Palmer 

Aubert Luclen J, exchange elk London, 
Paris and American Bank, r 1314 
O'Farrell 

Aubert Louis, capitalist, r Cosmos Club 

Aubert Martiel, Janitor, r 605 Broad- 
way 

.\ubertin Charles, lab, r 432 Jackson 

Aubertin John, r 1704 Harrison 

Aubertine George, barber, r 9a Langton 

Aubin August H, cigars, 1 Grant av, 
r 830 Geary 

Aubrey John H, teamster, r 1418 Ken- 
tucky 

Aubrey Josephine, widow, r 567 Geary 

Aubrey The, 962 Post 

Aubry Eugene (La Cha,pelle & Aubry) 
r 602 Buchanan 

Aubry Frank, elk Emerson Drug Co, 
r 12 Grove 

Aubry Stephen D, laundryman, r lB5fi, 
17th Av South 

Auburn Gold Mining and Milling Co, 
Cros.sley Bldg 

ATTBUBT I.i:WIS E, State Mineralogist, 
Ferry Bldg. tel Main 1964, r Union 
League Club 

Audemard Jules P, musician, r 478 
Tehama 

Audemard Katherine, widow, r 478 Te- 
hama 

Audemard Leon A. printer, r 478 Te- 

AUDET EMEBEI7CE UME, offices and 
furnished rooms, 20 O'Farrell, tel 
James 851 

ATTDET IiOUIS, propr St Louis Apart- 
ment House, 1575 Jaclcson, tel Ehist 
1350 

Audiffred Albert H, see A-udiffred & 
Jacques Inc, 414 Examiner Bldg, 
r Oakland 

AUDITFBED a; JACQTTES (Inc) T J G 
Jacques pres, A H AudifCred sec, 
real estate, insurance, etc, 407 Ex- 
rnuner Bldg, tel Main 3383 

ATTDITOBXTTM HOTEZ., L McKenna 
propr, 113-117 Eddy, tel South 1041 

Auditorium, phonograph and talking ma- 
chines, 769 Market 



SANFORD G. L-EWAL.D CO. 

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Lluditors Office. City Hall. 1st Aofr 
iudlum Humphrey. master mariner, 

r 13t6d Valencia 

dobon Tho. 1105 Hyde 
lAuduhnn The. apartments, 928 Bills 
AITEB BEKHAJU) A, sec and genl mgr 
^"rkmerrs LepU Assn. James Flood 

Kldc r Oakland 
Auer Carl, liquors, r 2» Eileen Av 
Auer Carl T. Instrument mkr, r 540H 2d 
Auerbach Alfred, propr Pac Fringe Fac- 

tory. r 107 Lyon 
Auerbach Bertha, widow, r 2412% Sac- 

AueTbach Charles, elk Greenebaum, Well 

& MIchels, r 2412V4 Sacramento 
Auerbach Evelyn B, r 2856 Stelner 
Auerbach Henry, musician, '■107 Lyon 
Auerbach Henry L, actor, r 2412% Sac- 
ramento _ „ 
AMerbach Jacob, elk. r 17 Russ 
Auerbach Julius, salesman M Adels- 

dorfer. r 1538 Post ^^_^_^ ^ ^ 
Auerbach Leopold L. r 1538 Post 
Auerb.ach Milton, druggist No Percent- 
age Drug Co. r 1538 Post „_,.„„ 
Auerbach William, elk Herman Heyne- 

man, r 1538 Post 
Auneyter Charles, steward, r 517 Po^ 
Aufort Guiliaurae, tanner, r 1830, 12th 

Av South ,_„„ 

A-ufort Henri, tanner, r 1830 

South 
Aufort William, watchman, r 

Av South 
Aufrichtlg Morltz, jeweler, r 1151 Devls- 

Aufrlchtig Samuel, elk, r 1638 Bu- 
chanan . , „ , 
Aufrichtlg Samuel, Jeweler. 5 Taylor. 

r llBl Devlsadero 
Auga Joseph, salesman Bayle. Lacoate 

A Co. r 1514. 8th Av South 
Auga Marie Miss, nurse, r 1412b Bush 
Augas Jules J. propr City Hall French 

Laundry. 423% Turk 
Augenblick Jacob, tailor, r 226, 7th 
Augenbllck Marc. whsle liquors, 1860 

Polk, r 1563 Vallejo 
Augenblick S. musician, r 226, 7th 
Augensleln Albert C. musician, r 62Ba 

AuBcn"'tein Alfred W, harnesemkr. 

r 625a Minna 
Augenstein August E, candymkr, 

Natoma 
Augenstein E^-nest, Jeweler, r 

Minna „ , • 

Auger Albert C, mgr branch Bald 

Jewelry Store, r 819 Geary. 
Auger Albert W. painter, r 458 Fell 
Auger Bernard E. Ins. r 806 Franklin 
Auger Constant J. Jeweler, 303 Kearny, 

Auger Florentine Mrs. r 1445 O'Farrell 

Auger George, finisher J H Keefe 

Auger Harry L. r 458 Fell 

Auger John, r 56 Devlsadero 

Auger IjOuIs. spinner Boesch Lamp Co 

Auger Louis F, carp, r 740 Vermont 

Augsburger John, mgr Cal Sheet Metal 

Wks, r Berkeley 
Augsburger Julius, painter, r 117 Oak 
Augsburger William E, plumber, r 1149 

Valencia _ . 

Augstein Henry, barber, 2300 Folsom. 

r 3332, 20th ^ ,,,„ 

Augstein William H, plumber, r 3332. 

August Albert H. paeker, r 1250% 
Sanchez 



r 40S 
625a 



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319 Montgomery St. 



August 

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AUGUSTINE GRAINING CO. (Inc.), 

li. O. Maaer mgr, machine graining, 
painting, and mfrs of lynwood, the 
modem hardwood Bubstltate, office 
and factory 30 Albion Av and 329 
Guerrero nr leth, tel Capp 3857 
Augu.stiiie Peter, laundryman, r o90 

Augu'stlneV. with P S Tel & Tel Co. 

r 3543. 24th 
Augustino Bernardo, laundryman Hayes 

Park Laundry 
Augustiny John, butcher, r 239 Golden 



Gal 



Av 



239 



Augustiny Joseph, ralUhand, 

Golden Gate Av ,, , , 

Augustiny Peter F, fish, 869 Valencia 
Augustiny William J. cook, r 2ib Laskie 
Augusto John, milkman, r 37 Moss 
August© Manuel, milkman, r 3i Moss 
Augustus Charles W. r 741 Tehama 
Augustus Joseph, baker, r 741 Tehama 
Aujoux Louis, lodgings, 48. 7th 
Aukamp Charles, r 1618 Stockton rear 
Aula Joseph, confr, r 1205% Stevenson 
Auld Cella C, widow, r 608% Leaven- 

Auld Francis Miss, comp Star, r 608% 

Leavenwiorth 
Auld George W. car repairer Geary St 
RR. r 26 Boyce „,..„, „ 

Auld Harry, foreman Dibert Mfg Co. 
r 1133 Point Lobos Av 

Auld Harry O, mach, r 1«" Valencia, 
Auld Hugh, marine eng, 36 Bast St South 

Auld John, carp, r 1990 Folsom 

Auld Mary, widow, r 2823, 16th 

Auld Robert L, bkkpr, r 280 Carl 

Auld Robert W, r 26 Boyce 

Auld Royal I, Ry postal elk. r Oakland 

lETAuld. See Ault and Al' 

Auletti Louis G, musician, 
cine 

Aulman Edward, tanner, 

Aulmann W Grover, mach, r 229 Day 

Ault Charles, butcher, r 1421% Mission 

Ault James M. groceries. 934 Hyde, 
r 1239 Pine 

Ault Margaret, widow, r 850 Bay 

Ault & Wiborg Co The. HJv E Carreras 
agt. 327 Sansome 

r^Ault. See Auld 

Aulx Eugene, tailor, r 297a Shipley 

Aumiller Bertha, widow, r 113 Ash Av 

Aune Pedcr O. salesman Arnstein, Simon 
& Co. r 5 Vasserot PI „, ^ . 

Auradou A Leon, draftsman City Engi- 
neer, r 636, 2d Av , ^ „ j 

AXTBAOOV J k SOU (Jules, John G and 
Jules Jr) successors to Robert Bun- 
ker, pork packers. 74-75 California 
Market, lel Main 5267 

Auradou John G (J Auradou & Son) 
r 1000 Montgomery 

Auradou Jules (J Auradou & Son) 

r 660 Brannan 
Aura.lf.u Jules Jr U Auradou & Son) 



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Aureguy Arthur, repair 

Tel Co, r 1411 Powe 

Aureguy Eugene, elk, r 1411 Powell 

Aur^eguy^Po^r^tune, bkkpr S Silverberg. 

•^uriwhio Antonio, groceries, 1631 Mar- 

W, elk White House, 

Colman Co, 

Newman & 



ket 
Aurich Charles 

r 371 Walk 
Aurich Gabriel, salesman 

r 1329 Laguna 
Aurich Gustave P, buyer 

Levinson, r 2724 Pine 

lesman Nordma 



Aurich Leon S, 

r SI 4 Buchanan 
Aurich Pauline, widow, r 1329 Lagur 
House, '60S Folsom 

Louis, r 992 Jackson 
Marcelina L, widow, r 9' 



Auror 

Aurrecoeche; 

Aurrecoechej 

Jackson 
Aus Andrew 

Sutter 
Auser Fred, 



master 



an William D, 

r 341 Turk 
resses Diederot 
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H Harmon Lur 
elk M A Guns 



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Ausseresses Paul, instructor U S N 

r 1308 Greenwich 
Aust Frank W, r 835 Fillmore 
Aust W C, 2d officer Str Ven'fura 
Austad Engveld, lab, r 15 Shotwell 
Austen Edward, engineer, r 1166 Ellis 
Austen Edward Jr, elk, r 1166 Ellis 
-'^"^'<'™uhle Sophia, widow, r 340 Mc- 

Austin Almira L, widow, r 449 Cole 
Austin Annie H Mrs. r 2507 Pine 
Austin B F Mrs. broker, r 316 Eddy 
■'^"loH *-"'''i''l<'s F, 2d officer Str Mon- 

■^"^i'^J^^yie B. photr, 9 Mason, r 

St Rose's Av 
Austin D C, 3d officer Str San Jose 
Austin B. lab, r 1500 Kentucky 
Austin Bdw;ard, fireman Pac Hardware 
_ & Steel Co. r 1166 Ellis 

H. silversmith Shreve & Co, 



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AUSmr FIBi: INSURANCZ: CO (Aus- 
tin, Texas) C G Yates genl agt, 208 
Sansome, tel Main 3193 

Aus't^n Frank, r 791 Haight 

Aus^tin Frank, teamster, r 405V4 Valen- 

Austin Frank J, wiper U RR, r 1610 
Howard 

Austin Frank B, butcher, r 459 Fill- 
more 

Austin Frederick H, confr, r 788, 7th Av 

Austin Freight and Transportation Co 
fW Austin and O G Scott) 224 Davis 

Austin George, driver, r 700 Amazon 
Avt 

Austin George F, bkkpr, r 77 Cumber- 



-in Group Mining & Milling 
Mariposa Co) Rialto Bldg 
;in Harry, laundryman, r 1519 Eddy 
in Ida, widow, r 616 Mason 
Austin J, bartndr S P Co, r 315 Ellis 

SoSth "^^ '"''""' '"^' ^' ^«' St 
Austin John, lab, r 1864 Howard 
Austin John, porter Coast Div S P Co. 
r Oakland ' 

Austin John M, carp, r 1264a Guerrero 
An^Hn TS''^P^ *'«a™?ter. r S% Ringgold 
Austin Joseph A, tailor, r 268, 2d Av 
Austin Lee, r 977 Golden Gate Av 
•■^"s^^ngL^e Mrs, artist, r 977 Golden 

Austin Lloyd L, brakeman S P Co, r 671 

Harrison 
Austin Louis C, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 3639, 17th 
Austin Lyman, porter, r 1604 Howard 
Austin Lynn, elk California Hotel, r 421 

Larkin 
Austin Mary, widow, r 345 Clemen* 
Austin Melville, elk Acme White Lead 
.™2£-F<''°'' ^'^^' r 60S O'Farrell 
ATJSTIH M O, physician and surgeon, 

office 3386, 19th cor Mission, hours 10 



11 a ; 



3 to 4 and 7 to S p m, Sun- 
i m, tel Mission 171, 
tel Church 91 
mgr country dept G H 



days 

r 469 Guerre 
Austin Paul P, 

Umbsen & Co, r 261S Webst 
Austin Powell, r. 704 Broderick 

A^^^ilU^PlL ^ ^^^'''"' ■■ -807 California 
ATTSTIN B B CO, salary and loan bro- 
kers, 492 Parrott Bldg, tel Mint 2321 
Austin Robert F, r 1356 Pine 
Austin Robert H, lumber, r 1356 Pine 
Austin Samuel B, r 89 Henry 
Austin Stephen H, cigar box mfr, 432, 

■Ith, r 2515 McAllister 
.\ustin Thomas, lab, r 2221 Greenwich 
Austin Wallace (Austin & Co and Austin 
Freight and Transportation Co) r 223 
Dolores 
'*■"%"!? * ^? (Wallace Austin) draymen, 
, 224 Davis, stables 835 Harrison 
Austin W F, r 995 Pine 
Austin W J, candymkr, r 28, 8th 
It3' Austin. See Austen 
Australian Alliance Assurance Co (Mel- 
bourne) Parrott & Co agts, 304 Cali- 
fornia 
Austrian Benevolent Society, 413 Sutter 
Austrian Carniolan Benevolent Society, 

Austrian Hall, 507 Sutter 

AUSTRIAN PHffiNIX INSDRANCE 

Co (of Vienna) Dickson & Tliieme 

mg-rs, 501 Montgomery, tel Main 698, 

and 204 Merchants' Exchange Bldir, 

tel Drxunm 36 

•*^^S^*"^, . *'»0=1'TCX imSUBAWCE 

CO (of Vienna) Hind. Rolph & Co 

CaHfo^'i^' "^ '' '^^^P™^" "^ST. 302 

Austrian Wire Wks Co, 283 Stevenson 

Austro-Hungarian Consulate, Francis 

Korbel consul, 221 Front 
Autagne August T, metal wkr, r 213 

Stanley 
Autagne Charles, painter, r 213 Stanley 
*--'-.gne Frank, metal wkr, r 213 Stan- 



ley 
Autagn 



George, 



213 Stanley 
^utaeiie ueorge ij, painter, r 141 

ner\^ 
Auten A, r 301 Polk 
Auten Alfred, lab, r 1430 Kentucky 

'idow, lodgings. 



Van 



!th Bertha, 

very Co, automobil 



JM International Mercantile & Trust Co. 

Collections mado throughout tho UnJtid States Parrott Bidg. 



BONKLIN'S 



ST0RA8E WAREHOUSE 

liS^he 316 MD 318 URKIN STREET 



CBOCKER-l.AXUI.EV DIHECTOKY. 



Frank, scavenger, r 10 



Automatic Paoking Co, John .M WriKlit 

•ard 
ATTTOKATIC SEWTNO KACBUTi:, 

ik J K;il!ev mgi-. UiM Post 
Autz.-ii Ikiiry, teamster f S .Mint, r H 

Stcin.T 
ATrxrUABY- (FACTFIC) FISE AlkABM, 

Louis Sloss Jr pres, .\ Clarke genl 

supt. 3U' Claus Spreckels Bldg 
Avizerais Building. 21 Pow«U 
AUZE&AIS PSASMACT, James B Howe 

propr, room 7 .\uzerals Bldg, 21 

Powell, tcl Bush 14 
Auzeniis Pierre, ciipltallst, office 302 

.Montgomery, r Paris, France 
AUZEKAXB TKE, W H Daly propr, 

wines and liquors, 25 Powell, SB cor 

Kills, tel Bush 13 
Avagninl Nlcoleta Mrs, r 36 Scott PI 
Avalon The, apartmei\ts, 670 Bush 
■ an Geori 

St Sout^ 

Avandell The, lodgings. 120 HIlis 
Avansino Antone, r 708 Green 
A-v-anslno George, blacksmith, r 804 Val- 

Icjo rear 
A-vanslno Henry A, florist, r 708 Green 
Avansino Louis, driver, r 708 Green 
Ave Connie, mach. r 311 Rutledge .\v 
Ave Frank M, lab, r 311 Rutledge Av 
Avedano Claudina Miss, r 127 L*roy PI 
Avedano Ferdlnando, teacher vocal 

music, 127 Leroy PI 
Aver James H, liquors, 1301 Kentucky 
Averett Alexander, waiter, r 1708 Bro- 

derlck 
Avorlll Edward, r 1206 Fulton 
Averill EXlward A, elk local frgt S P 

Co, r 1212 Geary 
Averill George E, r 1206 Fulton 
ATZBIIA QEOBOE W, atty-at-law. 

suite 465 Parrott Bldg. tel Howard 

2551, r 459 Geary 
Averill Isaac S, elk local frgt S P Co, 

r 1212 Geary 
Averill Wilson, r 810 Powell 
Avery Allda, widow, physician, r 816a 

Larkin 
Avery Arthur M, bkkpr, r 381 Turk 
Avery Benjamin H, mining, Cnicker 

Bldg, r 1025 Laguna 
Avery B P Mrs, r 799 Bush 
Avery Calvin, stoves, r 3632. 16th 
Avery C Le Roy, bkkpr Johnson Bros. 

r 381 Turk 
Avery D R & Co (Estate of D R Avery) 

fruits. Union Square Market 
Avery Edward E. special agt New Eng- 
land Mutual Life Ins Co, r Oakland 
Avery Emma, widow, r 8 Lizzie 
Avery John C, r 1023 Leavenworth 
Avery Judson, mgr D R .Vvery & Co, 

r Oakland 
Avery L A. dentist, r 836 Sutter 
Avery M H, salesman W VV MonUigue 

& Co, r Oakland 
Avery Mollle C, nurse, r 29 Lloyd 
Avery Norman M, physician, r 381 Turk 
Avery Paul, elk, r 720 Turk 
Avery Samuel, r 720 Turk 
Avery Walton !■', pattern mkr, r 817 

Baker 
Avery William H, barU-r, r 1025 'Laguna 
ATEKT WIX.I.IAX H, general ug« Toyo 

Kl.><en KalHl.a (Oriental Steamship 

Co) 701 Merchants' Exchange Bldg. 

r Occidental Hotel 
A' VISA MEDICAID OO, Mrs B Cook 

■ ■ propr, proprietary reme- 



3524 
Joseph. 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 



EHOKE^MAIH 32Q. 



Avila Henry, chief elk U P RR, r 177S 

Post 
Avilla Frank M, elk U S Customs, r Oak- 
land 
.\viles R, mach, r 634V4 Broadway 
.\vis Charles R, salesman, r 1237 Mt- 

Allister 
AVIS TSO J, sec Chas . C Moore & Co. 

engineers, r 1120 Fell 
ATZS JOKir B, mgr Pacific Coast Agency 

McOiU's Bazaar Patterns, 723 Mar- 
ket, r 1237 McAllister 
.\von The, furnished rooms, 473 Geary 
.\vy Alblna, widow, r 414 Lombard 
.\vy Edmond A, elk C Long, r 414 Lom- 
bard 
Avy Eugene, estate of, 320 Sansome 
Avy Eugene Jr, bkkpr London, Paris 

and American Bank, r 414 Lombard 
.\vy Robert C, bkkpr French-American 

Bank, r 414 Lombard 
Axdal Peter, lab, r 137% Perry 
.\xdal Peter S, master mariner, r 278 

Preclta Av 
Axdel Olaf, frame mkr, r 166 Lundys 

Lane 
.\xelrod Samuel, mcht, r 2130 Sutter 
.\xelrood Max, physician, r 1620 O'Far- 

rell 
.\xelsen Hans J, seaman, r 2011 Dupont 
Axelsen Nels, lab, r 241 Steuart 
Axford Bros (W J and W F) proprs 

Mission Foun<lry and Stove Wks, 

2256 Harrison 
Axford Walter F (Axford Bros) r 738 

Treat Av 
Axford William, r 1190 Noe 
Axford William J (Axford Bros) r 2420 

Folsom 
.\xman Frederick R, contractor, r 1245 

V'allejo 
Axman George M, contractor, r 1245 

Vallejo 
Axman Rudolf, mgr Coast Contracting 

Co, r 1245 Vallejo 
Axt Herman J, painter, 224, 7th, r 1170 

Vermont 
Axtell A L, r 781 Sutter 
.\xtell George M, liquors, r 503 Guerrero 
Axtell John A, barber, r 31, 8th 
Axtell Lloyd A. printer, r 2396 Mission 
.\xtell Thomas, salesman, r 538 Ashbury 
Axtell William F, comp. r 502 Washing- 



ton 

Axtmann Eva, widow, r 1221 Fillmore 
Axtmann Harry, elk, r 1221 Fillmore 
Axtmann Leopold F, plumber, r 23 

Hoff Av 
Axton Frederick R, dentist, 927 Market, 

r 899 Lombard 
Axton William, bartndr, r 709 Bush 
Ayaba Francisco, miner, r 527% Vallejo 
A>ala Raymond J, barber, r 1007V4 Fol- 

Ayau .Manuel S, civil eng, r 219 Cole 
ATSEI.OTTE JAMES K, vice-president 

II. 1 Ki !.ss College, r Oakland 
A.\.l N .VI, atty, 14 Sansome 

AYBEN ALLEN, .ashler Traders Ins 

I .1. Berkeley 

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western Fuel Ge. 

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0*aenl Baoklag Business Transacted 
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Ayer Charles W. wit 
gran & Hayden Co, 
Av 



Dunham, Carri- 
'628 Golden Gate 
Ayer Clarence E, collr, r 277 Hartford 
''^rM^'^l^y^'^"' ^<^^"«'«r U S M °[^ 
Ayer Prank M, cattle dir, r Lick House 
TotrAv"'"' ^' ^^""'^ bldr, r 1466 
Ayer Joseph S, carp, r 3724, 17th 
Ayer Joseph Y, bldr, 3740, 17th 
Ayer Minnie Mrs, r 263 Octavia 

Cla ^'"®' ■"'•iow, r 1622 

Ayer Washington B. elk H N Cook Belt- 
ing Co, r 7 Beaver 
Eyre ^'"^ Ayers, Ayres, Eayers and 
Ayerhart Charles R, bldr. 1466 Jackson 

Ayers Alexander W, motrm, r 114 

Clement 
Ayers Anna Miss, r 634 Hyde 

'1-'"^72"^K^e *^'^^" graduate nurse, 
Ayers Charles F, gripman Geary St RR, 

r 114 Clement 
Ayers Charles L. r 301 Devisadero 
Ayers Edward N, druggist', SW cor 

i/ddy and Leavenworth, r 405 Bddv 
^^n'o'og^a*'"'" "• P"'"'^"-- ■• "2 C^^Tta- 
Ayers E J, asst eng Str Ventura 
Ayers Elizabeth, widow, r 31, 12th 
"^'"l^sadero^""^ !■ millinery,' 3ol De- 

^^Co, "72^, 2'Ith^"' ''°"'^''" ^"""^ 
Ayers James C, condtr U RR 

Ayers John C, lieut pol 

shire 
Ayers L Mrs. r 60S Laguna 

Una °' '"'''°^' "^ l^th and Caro- 

aHII ^^^' widow, r 114 Clement 
^yf" Mary P, widow, r 2421a Clay 

''^^s"ut^h*'°"^^' *®^™^'«''. r 1621, nth Av 
Ay^rs Walter, collr, r 620 Golden Gate 



432 
716 Hamp- 



Aylsworth Howard G, mgr, Kilbourne 
T^f P'"'^?°' ■" 253^ Sacramento 
C^Ayisworth. See Aylesworth 
Aylward Charles, elk Morton Special De- 

livery, r 22 Metcalfe PI 
aIZ^I'^ Richard, r 24 Woodwards Av 
Aylward Thomas, waiter, r 1234 Mission 
Aylwm Robert N buye,: Sanborn, vS 

i: Co, r 1623 Hyde 
Aylwo^h^Frank H, painter, r 844 Pre- 
-'^y™ard Emile, cement wkr, r 718V4 

^''?H"ry''Av- ^°<^«'"«f^' 327 Mont- 
Ayoob Abraham, peddler, r 314 Green 
Ayoob Ferida, widow, r 314 Green 
Ayoob Fred, lab, r 314 Green 
Ayoob Galeb, peddler, r 7 Kohler PI 
Ayoob Salome, miner, r 316^4 Green 
Ayoob Solomon, peddler, r 9 KohllrPl 
nth Av ^' "^^ ^^'•°>^° Ins^o, r 310, 
•'^yi'^es^^Arthur. with Shreve & Co. r Fruit- 

AYRES' BUSINESS COLLEGE 

tvre? rh^.^" ^- •'^'2°^' '^ 310. nth Av 
ilrll ^'''^'^■es. pipefitter, r 751 Foerster 
Avr^« ShP^-'"^t Bureau, 723 Market 
Allti f1^!" ^ painter, r 481 Valencia 
^''?t^ee?'cTr^4'04^'c^le^^<= «^'-'^-"« * 
Avret fI.'L^' Z''^''7i- '" 2615 Devisadero 
ill ^^^!^^J^- '^^^^ r *S1 Valencia 

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Powhattan ' ^ ^''l- 

Ayres Marshall, mach S P Co r ens 

Kentucky >- . i sus 

Ayres Rollin C, adv mgr, r 310 llth 
Ayres Tubman D, mining r 402 Cole 
Ayres William F, prin Avres Business 

College, r Hotel St Nicholas '^"^'""^^^ 

Byrts ^^'"'- ^^^'^- ^y^'^ «"1 

Ayscough Arthur, foreman Coulters Rat- 

tan Wks, r 160 Tehama 
Ays^co^ugh^^James W, master mariner. 

t^K?n"f')r'"^"''>'" H. basket mfr,376.4th 
Azbill J T, brakeman, r 267. 4th 
Azevedo Frank, liquors. 325 Drumm 
Azevedo Frank, student, r 31S Hvde 
Azevedo John, lab, Q M Dept U S A 
Azevedo John D, gardener, r 161 12th Av 
Azevedo John I, r 818 Jackson ''''' ^^ 

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Azzarettl John, lab, r 407% Union 



Ayy^^Willlam, calker. r 1621. llth Av 
Ayers Willis H, lab, r 37 Merritt 
C^Ayers. See Ayer. AyrfsfXyrs and 
Ayesten John, butcher, r 322 Railroad 
Ayhens Alfred J. lab r 9<>{\i -lo^ 
Al^tnl ^t"^a^";\^ -^-J"- '" 2204' 23d 

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^ff^v^harles, cook P Martens 
Baa^k^Henry, teas and crockery. 

Baader August, mgr J Baader, 
Alvarado 

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Lonn, Alameda Co 
ICTBaader. See Bader 
Baago Knud. tailor, 104 Kearny 
Baago Peter frame mkr SanbJrn, Vail 

& Co, r 104 Kearny 
Baago Charles, butcher, r 104 Grove 
Baalmann John, pharmacist Boericke & 

Runyon. r Berkeley 
Baar^Ja^mesL, coffee saloon, 315 Grant 

[n7-Ba.ar See Balir, Bar, Barr and Barre 
tz John, r 120<) Pacific 



826 



— . .-.-.,.,...»„. . Q,^ jessie I Baartz John, r 1209 Pacific 

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105-107 Battery St 



Tel. Main 389 



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aser August, carp. 
South 
Baaser Charles, house mover, r 1418. 

IGth Av South 
Baba S. laundry. 524 Polk 
Baban .\ntonc. stev, r 222 Broadway 
Babb Henry R. dairyman, r 29 Pearl 
Babb Macker. capt U S M C. U S Naval 
"raining Station 

M! John, asst eng Str Sausallto 
Bahbino Antonio. barber. 431 Mont- 

..mery Av. r 5 Grand PI 
Babbino Antonio, elk. 14 Cadcll Alley 
:>ino Caesar, barber, r 5 Grand PI 
Babbino Frank, bootblk, r 14 Cadell 

Alley 
Babbino Joseph, lab. r 14 Cadell Alley 
~ lino Julius C barber, r 5 Grand PI 
Babbino Ix)uis. lab. r 14 Cadell Alley 
bitt Elizabeth, widow, r 420a Shot- 
well 
Babbitt Frank P. r 420a Shotwell 
Babbitt J H Mrs. propr The Plerpont. 

4.10 Ellis 
BABBITT JOKir K, carriage and wagon 
mltr. 314-318 McAllister, tel South 32. 
r 450 Ellis 
Babcock A H. elect eng Maintenance of 

Way Dept S P Co. r Oakland 
Babcock Alexander C. carp, r 1212 Green 
Babcook Arthur R. elk Crocker- Wool- 
worth Natl Bank, r 74 Portola 
Babcock B L, sec J H Babcock Catering 

Co. r 323 Larkin 
Babcock Frederick H, carp, r 1212 Green 
B:ih< ofk George, elk U S Mint, r Ala- 

K George H. r 1212 Green 
k Harry I. r 316 Eddy 
k Harry, r 26(!0 Scott 
! k James H (James II Babcock 

I .itering Co), r 409 Golden Crate Av 
Babcock James H Catering Co. 323 Lar- 
kin and 409 Golden Gate Av 
Babcock J F. U S Navy, r 2415 Pierce 
riihrork Joseph H. lab. r 7 Freelon 
! k Louisa, widow, r 3613 Army 

k Madison, teacher pub schools. 

■ 1 2 Market 

k Mining A. widow, r 1207 Waller 

k Robert C r 1212 Green 

Babcock Stephen B, elev opr. r 111% 

Minna 
Babcock William, pres Parrott & Co 
and pres The Merchants' Exchange, 
office 308 California, r San Rafael 
Babcock William S. propr Vallejo & S F 

Express, r V.illejo 
BABCOCK ft WXX.COZ CO TKE (Paciflc 
Coast Branch) mfrs water tube safety 
steam Iwllers. Chas C Moore mgr, 63. 
1st. tel Private Exchange 107 
Baber Charles, painter, r 627 Turk 
Bablch Michael, porter, r 909% Jackson 
Babin Antone, lab, r 71214 Sansome 
Babin Landry C. pres Landry C Babin 

Co. r San Rafael 
BABnr XJiHSKT CO, Landry C 
Babin pres. Norbert C Babin vice- 
pres. Henry Martinez sec and treas, 
real estate. Insurance and rent col- 
lectors. 413 Kearny 
Babin Marie C Mrs, r 1314 Page 
Babin Norbert C. vlce-pres Landry C 

Babin Co. r 1076 Bush 
CT-Bablno. See Babbino 
Babkin Abraham, tailor. 113'i Powell 
Babklrk Uavid P. eng. r 606 Kansas 
Babros Paul, propr Eureka Wire Wks. 

r 29 Minna 
Bab.son Charles B Mrs, r 1167 Guerrero 
Babson Seth. architect. Phelan Bldg. 

r Alameda 
Babson Walter S. elk Crane Co, r Ala- 
meda 
Babtisle Bennett, barber, r 116 Or.-int Av 



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101 MONTGOMERY, COR. SUTTER 
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Babue J T, marine eng, 36 East St 

South 
Baca Paul, mechanic Thomas Day Co. 



Av 
Baccala C Emile. cashier Dairymen's 

Union of Cal. r 2322 Hyde 
Baccala Joseph B. r 825 Green 
Baccala Louis, r 825 Green 
Baccala Mary, widow, r 825 Green 
BaccelU Alfonso (BaccelU & Romanl). 

r 7 Jasper PI 
BaccelU Giuseppe, r 249 Pacific 
BaccelU & Romanl (A BaccelU and D 
Roman!) liquors. 308 Montgomery Av 
Bacchettini Giovanni, cigars. 537 Broad- 
way, r 1132 Dupont 
Bacchi Agostino, lab, r 502 Union 
BacchI Edward, salesman, r 502 Union 
Bacchi Eugenio. elk, r 502 Union 
Bacchi Gluselmo. stableman, r 706 San- 
some 
Bacchi Marguerlta, widow, notions. 502 

Union 
Racchi Merio. elk, r 502 Union 
Bacchi Raymond, lab. r 502 Union 
BACCHTJS WIHE TAXnTS, Gundlach- 
Bundschu Wine Co proprs. 434-442 
Bryant, tel Main 681 
Baecl Arthur, elk. r 421 Green 
Bacci Elisa, widow, r 17 'Varennes 
Baccl George J. elk, r 2677 Market 
BaccI Hugo, lab. r 17 "Varennes 
Bacci Melsalle (A GiovanninI & Co) r 521 

Green 
Baccl Umbertlno.clk. r 17 Varennes 
Bacci 'Victor, lab. r 514 Green 
Bacclocco Antonio, lab. r 513 Filbert 
Bacclocco Emillo. lab. r 613 Filbert 
Bacciocco Glacomo (Bacclocco &Canata) 

r 1604 Grove 
Bacclocco Louis, elk, r 513 Filbert 
Bacciocco Luca, lab, r 513 Filbert 
Bacclocco Pasquale. elk, r 613 Filbert 
Bacclocco & Canata (G Bacciocco and G 

Canata) coal, 1602 Grove 
IC Bacciocco. See Baciocco 
Baccus Alfred G, butcher, r 527 O'Farrell 
Baccus Charles, butcher, r 212. 27th 
Baccus George L. com-p, r 506a Turk 
Baccus Louis R, foreman Joshua Hendy 

Machine WUs. r 147 Chenery 
Baccus Richard T, butcher, 301 O'Far- 
rell. r 527 O'Farrell 
|[:7Baccus. See Backess and Backus 
Bacelll Egldlo, paste mkr, r 1404H Du- 
pont 
Bacelli Joseph, lab. r 3 Napier Alley 
Bacelll Peter, fruits, 1703 Sutter, r 1732 

Sutter 
Bacelli Pietro, lab. r 3 Napier Alley 
Bach Adam, driver, r 146 Hickory Av 
Bach Alfred C (Herrmann & Co) and 
pres Charles Bach Co, r Ross, Marin 
Co 
Bach Charles Co. Alfred C Bach pres, 
proprs Pioneer Malt House and dlrs 
brewers' material, 531 Sacramento 
Bach Charles L, elk Charles Bach Co, 



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Bach Ferdinand, cabinet mkr, r 1544 
Howard 

Bach Henry, liquors, 100. Sth, r 1219 
Mission 

Bach Henry C, salesman, r 2044 Mission 

Bach Jensen, carp, r 2810 Octavia 

Bach John, r 2044 Mission 

Bach John, dish washer, r 149 Tehama 

Bach Katrina, widow, r 338 Green 

Bach Louis, r 608 Lombard 

Bach Marcel, tanner Legallet-Hellwig 
Tanning Co 

Bach William, barber. 509 Montgomery 
Av, r 713 Union 

Bach William F, litho. r 2014 Mission 

Bacha T. driver, r 627 Commercial 

Bacharach Julius, salesman, r 2518 Jack- 
son 

Bache Mary Mrs, caterer, r 850 McAl- 
lister 

Bachelder Alvah H, vice-pres Holt Bros 
Co. r 2510 Washington 

Bachelder Carl A. salesman Taylor & 
Spotswood Co, r Oakland 

Bachelder Fernando, driver, r 1928 How- 
ard 

Bnchelder Fred H, lab U S Customs, 
r 1416 Broadway 

P.achelder John, eng, r 653 Hyde 

Haohelder William H. elk Wells Fargo 
.*c Co Bank, r 59 Portola 

II "Bachelder See Batchelder 

Baohelet Philip, porter Pascal Dubedat 
& Co, r 1 Winter PI 

Bachelle Louise, lodgings, 630 Sacra- 
mento 

r^ Bachelor. See Batchelor 

Baclier Bmil, driver, r 695 McAllister 

Bacher Henry, driver, r 1101 Powell 

Bacher John, liquors, 1320 Railroad Av 

Bacher Julius M, driver, r 695 McAl- 

Bacher Louis, dairy. 1101, 19th Av South 
IT'Bacher. See Backer. Baker and 

Bicker 
Bachert George, millwright, r 315. 12th 
Bachert Gottfried, baker, r 603 Stockton 
Baches Margaret, widow, r 1241 Guer- 

Bachet Michael, milker, r 1643. 16th Av 

South 
Bachioni Frank, musician, r 6 Bartol 
Rachles Charles, carp, r 102 Octavia 
Bachman Amanda, widow, r 1567 Turk 
Bachman Arthur (S Bachman & Co) 

r 2409 Scott 
liachman Edwin D. dept mgr Heller. 

Bachman & Co, r 2323 Devisadero 
ILichman Felix, r 1522H Ellis 
liachman Frank, watchman, r Enterprise 

Hotel 
Bachman Lawrence, salesman D N & 

B Walter & Co. r 2605 Steiner 
Bachman Leopold S (Heller, Bachman & 

Co) r 2323 Devisadero 
Bachman Pauline, widow, r 2605 Steiner 
bachman Philip, carp, r 4 Montcalm 
BACHMAN S & CO (Simon & Arthur 
Bachman) importers cigars and to- 
bacco. 41S-420 Market, tel Main 1801 
Bachman Samuel N, elk Heller, Bach- 
man & Co, r 2605 Steiner 



teachc 



Bach- 



2282 



Bachman Simon (S Bachman 

r 1509 Gough 
Bachman Walter N, bkkpr Heller 

man & Co, r 2605 Steiner 
[cr Bachman. See Backman and Boeck- 

mann 
Bachmann Adolph. bakery, 836 Valencia 
Bachmann August, groceries, 

lencia 
Bachmann Charles F, locksmi 

Jones 
Bachmani 

Bush 

Bachmann Jacob, locksmith, 729 Clay 
Bachmann Raymond, cook Hotel S 

Francis, r 514 Bush 
Bachmann Theodore, bartndr, r 2425d 

Mission 
Bacho Baptiste, shoemkr, 1322 Powell 
Bachrach Robert W (Bachrach & Cordes 

Co) r 2144 Ward. Berkeley 
BACHRACH & COKQES CO (R W 

Bachrach and Frank E Cordes) im- 
porters and commission mercbants 
_ and advertising. 212 Sansome 
"'-Bachrach. See Bacharach 
Bachrodt Hugo C (Dabovich & Bach- 

rodt) and (Bachrodt & Wenzel) 

r Fruitvale 
Bachstead Henry, driver, r 1322 Filbert 
Bachtold Jacob (Bachtold & Rummel) 

r 461 Hayes 
Bachtold & Rummel (J Bachtold and R 

Rummel) butchers, 463 Hayes 
Bacigalupi Amile. porter, r 2113 Mason 
Baoigalupi Angelo, lab, r 41 Boardman 

PI 
BacigalUDi Antone, porter, r 52 Hollis 
Bacigalupi Antonio, bartndr, r l.'.oo 

Stockton 
Bacigalupi Antonio, lab. r 33 Midway 
Bacigalupi Antonio, lab, r 525 Union 
Bacigalupi Antonio L, r 2 Telegraph PI 
Bacig,aUir.i August. porter Klitgaard. 

Nel.son & Co. r 1805 Mason 
Bacigalupi Bartolomeo. painter, r 1110% 

Bacigalupi Carlo, lab, r 33 Midway 

Bacigalupi D & Bro (D and G B) hay 
and coal. 423 Point Lobos Av 

Bacigalupi David, physician, 6 Mont- 
gomery Av, r 1610 Stockton 

Bacigalupi Domenico (D Bacigalupi & 
Bro) r 423 Point Lobos Av 

Bacigalupi Emil, com mcht, r Commer- 
cial Hotel 

Bacigalupi Emilio, foreman, r 593 Fil- 
bert 

Bacigalupi Ernesto, lab, r 512 Union 

Bacigalupi Filbert M. elk. r 165 Shipley 

Bacigalupi Francisco, distiller, r 2137 
Lombard 

Bacigalupi Frank (M Bozzo & Co) r 214 
Broadway 

Bacigalupi Frank, baker, r 15 Sonora 

Bacigalupi Frank, elk, r 593 Filbert 

Bacigalupi Frank, elk Edhson Phono- 
graph Agency, r 1909 Golden Gate Av 

Bacigalupi Frank, driver, r 21 Lafayette 
PI 

Bacigalupi Frank, foreman, r 427 Green- 
wich 

Bacigalupi Frank. teamster, r 334% 
Brannan 

Bacigalupi Frank E. elk F Taddeucci, 
r 19 Alta 

Bacigalupi Fred, elk J Ivancovich & Co, 
r 650 Bay 

Bacigalupi Fred F, stenog Pac Coast SS 



Co, 



665 Gr 



Bacigalupi Gaetano, vice-pres J F Fu- 
gazi & Co, r 524 Filbert 

Bacigalupi George, emp Ca.\ Wheaten 
Starch Co, r 590 Hampshire 

Bacigalupi Giovanni (Bacigalupi & De- 
martini) r 2117 Mason rear 



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STEREOTYPE FOUNDRY 

Telephone Brown 686 



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icigalupl Giovanni (Guerra & Baciga- 

lupll r 1610 Stockton 
jcipalupl Giovanni, atty. Mutual Sav 

Banlf Bldg. r 1610 St»>ckton 
iiipalupi Giovanni, lab. r 628 Broad- 

.• iu-'iUipi Giovanni, peddler, r 921 San- 

ipi Giovanni B (D Baoigalupi & 
; 423 Point Lobos Av 
ipi Henrietta, widow, r 1 Edith 

1. :L;ilupi Henry J. cigars, 29\L, 9th, 
r 21 2S Greenwich 
Buiigalupi Henry L (Baclgaiupl, Rossi 

Col r 1007 Bush 
Baiigalupi James, oik, r 803 Van Ness 

igalupl James P, elk Columbus Sav 
Si Loan Soc, r 128 Perry 
Baclgaiupl John, driver, r 21 Lafayette 

PI 
Baclgaiupl -ohn, mach, r 11 Union Pi 
Baclgaiupl John, salesman, r 2 Tele- 
graph PI 
Baclgaiupl John, shoemkr, r 617a Lom- 
bard 
Bacig-.ilupl John, teamster, r 511% 

Gre«nwich 
Baclgaiupl John B, r 1835 Stockton 
Baclgaiupl John B (Cadematorl, Rebot- 

taro & Co) r 10 Lafayette PI 
Baclgaiupl Joseph, r 2 Telegraph PI 
Baclgaiupl Joseph, lab. r 19 Boardman 

n rear 
Baclgaiupl Jo.seph, mach, r 427 Green- 
wich 
Baclgaiupl Joseph, packer, r 21 La- 
fayette Pi 
Baclgaiupl Joseph C. asst eng str Mon- 
golia, r 1545 Mason 
Baclgaiupl Joseph L, s;ile9man L Bacl- 
gaiupl & Co, r 1936 Mason 
Baclgaiupl Julia, dentist, 705 Vallejo 
Baclgaiupl L & Co (L Baclgaiupl and 

C Costa) fruits. Cal Market 
Baclgaiupl Leonore Miss, mgr Peter 

Drivas, r 2 Telegraph PI 
Baclgaiupl Lorenzo. lUjuors, 512 Union 
Baclgaiupl Louis (Baclgaiupl & Costa) 

r 632 OFarrell 
Baclgaiupl Louis (L Baclgaiupl & Co) 

r 1713 Dujwnt 
Baclgaiupl Louis, carp, 9 I'nlon PI rear 
Baclgaiupl Louis, driver Shasta Laun- 
dry, r 3616, 19th 
Baclgaiupl Louis, fruits, r 2197 Taylor 
Baclgaiupl Louis, marble wkr, r 9 Cal- 
houn 
Baclgaiupl Louis, salesman, r 2 Tele- 
graph PI 
Baclgaiupl Louis D, physician, 705 Val- 

lejo, r 2129 Green 
Baclgaiupl Madeleine, widow, r 21 La- 
fayette PI 
Baclgaiupl Marco S, bartndr, r 307 Green 
Baclgaiupl Marie Mrs. dry goods, 424 

Montgomery Av, r 1610 Stockton 
Baclgaiupl Natale, teamster, r 9 Calhoun 
Baclgaiupl Paolo, r 1610 Stockton 
Baclgaiupl Peter, lab, r 4 Moulton PI 
Baclgaiupl Peter, lab, r 9 Lafayette PI 
Baclgaiupl Peter, lab. r 428',i Greenwich 
B.iclgalupl Peter, lab, r 1703 Dupont 
B.-iclgalupl Peter, mach. r 427 Greenwich 



Rjiclgalupl Peter Jr. elk F>11«on Phon- 
ograph Ageiicv. r I61.'> Jack.>ion 
HaclgMlupl Pletro. r 230 Green 
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Hacinalupi Kciio, elk National Mfg Co, 
r 3561, l»th 

Raclealupi Roberto, lab, r 11 Lafayette 
PI 

Baclgaiupl Rosa, widow, r 526 Filbert 

Baclgaiupl Rose, widow, r 9 Calhoun 

Baclgaiupl, Rossi & Co (H L Bacig-alupi 
and A O Rossi) poultry, 512 Clay 

Baclgaiupl Silvio, blacksmith, r 9 Cal- 
houn 

Bacigalupi Stefano (Baclgaiupl & Bog- 
giano) r 307 Green 

Baclgaiupl Stefano, scavenger, r 521 
Union 

Baclgaiupl Stephen, brass polisher, r 21 
Lafayette PI 

Bacigalupi Stephen, elk Edison Phono- 
graph Agcy, r 233 Valencia 

Bacigalupi Tadlnl, atty, r lUlO Stockton 

Bacigalupi Theodore, r 1000 Union 

Bacigalupi Virgllio, propr New Century 
Coal Co, r 1600 Green 

Bacigalupi William, bookkpr. r 524 Fil- 
bert 

Bacigalupi & Boggiano (S Baclgaiupl 
and D Boggiano) liquors, 1228 Dupont 

Bacigalupi & Costa (L Bacigalupi and 
C Costa) fruits, 632 OFarrell 

Bacigalupi & DemartinI (G Bacigalupi 
and P Demartini) wood, cwil and hay, 
2117 Mason 

Bacigira Giovanni, bootblk, r 404 Green 

Baciocco Antonio, fruits, 3567, 2 4mi 

IL-»'Baclocco. See Bacciocco 

Back .Vnthony (Back & EdselU r i.2'; 
Eddy 

Back Ernest, waiter, r 441 Ge.iry 

BACK FRANK J. 

mfr and dealer foreign and domestic 
marble and granite monuments, 791 
San Jose Av nr 30th, tel Capp 3738, 
r 1503 Dolores 
Back Julius E, marble cutter, r 1503 

Dolores 
Back & Edsell (A Back and W M Edsell) 

fruits, 130, Sth 
Backe Arthur F, carp, r 3043, 22d 
Backe Charles H, shoe titter, r 234 Par- 
nassus Av 
Backe Charles W, student, r 234 Par- 
nassus Av 
Backe Frank D, carpet layer, r 2622V4 

Sutter 
Backe Frank L, carpet layer, r 2622V4 

Sutter 
rJ' Backe. See Bache 
Backer Charles, elk, r 1344 Jackson 
Backer Maria, widow, r 256 Page 
Backer William, r 1344 Jackson 
CTBacker, See Bacher, Baker atui 

Becker 
IE7Backe9s. See Baccus, Backus and 

Bacus 
li:7Backhu8en. See Beckhusen 
Backlni Carlo, lab, r 2218, 18th Av South 
Backlund John E, slev, r 13 Verona PI 
Backman Andrew, carp, r 888 Noe 
Backman Carl E. tailor, r 22'A Lafayette 
Backman Charles E, Irouwkr, r 80 Har- 
riet 
n.-i. kman F Mrs. teM.l.fr |,iil. scli.'.i.ls r >: 



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WESTERN FUEL CO.«MM.r! 

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Fremont St. 




R. i.w, 



The Paint They 
TALK ABOUT 

See adv. Paint Mnfrs. 

A. WILLKOMM, 207 Sansome Street 

BACKMAN GOTTHARD S, dentist. 14-15 

St Ann's Bldg, 6 Eddv, tel Black 1703 
Backman Helen B (Gielsdorf & Back- 
man) r SO Harriet 
Backmann William P, groceries, r 464 

Douglass 
in^ Backmann. See Backman and Bach- 

mann 
BackolT C & Son (C and R) fruits. 424 

Cortland Av 
Backoff Charles- (C Backoff & Son) r 308 

Andover Av 
Backoff Romaine (C Backoff & Son) 

r 424 Cortland Av 
Backstedt Harry C, elk. r 1322 Filbert 
Backstedt William, lab, r 1322 Filbert 
Backstedt William H, mach. r 4033, ISth 
Backstein Ferdinand. watchmkr, 1559 

Market 
Backstrand John A. motrm. r 415 L, 
Backus Charles, master mariner, r 4321, 

20th 
Backus E. r 20 Lily Av 
Backus Jerome, mining, r 1631 Ellis 
Backus Matthew W, pres Pac Stamping 

& Metal Wks, r 2865 Broderick 
BACKUS SAMTTE& W, pres Western Ex- 
panded Metal and Fire Proofing Co. 

315 Rialto Bldg. r 1109 Jones 
Backus Sanborn, elk, r 1109 Jones 
Backus W. r 995 Pine 
C5"Backus. See Baccus and Backess 
Bacmeister Fred C, r 761 Valencia 
Bacome William, hackman, r 26O14 Clem- 
Bacon Agnes Mrs, dressmkr. r 792 Ellis 
Bacon C A, mach, r 127 Montgomery 
Bacon Charles A, crockery, 1435 Stock- 
ton, r 240, 5th 
Bacon Charles II (Fischbeck & Bacon) 

r 156 Carl 
Facon Charles G. r 2523 California 
Bacon Charles R, r 1087 Post 
Bacon Clarissa F, widow, r 2533 Folsom 
Bacon Clifton C, elk Frgt Aud S P Co. 

r Redwood City 
Bacon Edward, carp, r 1507 Broadway 
Bacon Edward R, salesman Harron. 

Rickard & McCone 
Bacon Edwin H. mgr Coast Review. 508 

Montgomery, r 1280, 20th Av 
Bacon Eliza, widow, r 416 Shotwell 
Bacon Frank, draper, r 12514 Oak 
Bacon Frank M, r 107 Turk 
Bacon Frederick, mach Cal St RR. r 

528 Hyde 
Bacon Gaston E. pres Cal College of 

Pharmacy of the University of Cal. 

r 2695 Sacramento 
Bacon George H. elk. r 2845a Mission 
Bacon George H Jr. seaman, r 2845a 

Mission 
Bacon Harvey M, vice-pres Pac Coast 

Trust Co, 70S Market 
Ba'ion Herbert W. r 416 Sliotwell 
Bacon James H, atty and pres Pac Coast 

Trust Co. 70S Market 
Baoon John, lab, r 629 Sacramento 
Bacon John A, gripman U RR, r 506 

Clayton 
Bacon John J, sboemkr. r 222, 11th 
Bacon Joseph J, groceries, 761 Bryant 



Kat 



i-idow, r 202 Hickor; 



Bacon Louis G. expressman, SE 
Spear and Mission, r Alameda 

Bacon Martin J, salesman Charles Du 
guid & Co. r Berkeley 

Bacon Mary J, widow, r 761 Golden ' 
Av 

Bacon Robert M, foreman Coast Review 
Printine- Co, r 1280. 12th 

BACON T F, M S, propr Agate Phar 
macy, 303, 6th, r 246, 6th 

Bacon Thomas L. packer, r 125% Oak 

Bacon Thomas P, with Shreve & Co 
r 218 Waller 

Bacon W. finisher, r 28. 8th 

Bacon Walter, r 188 Noe 

Bacon William A. r 761 Golden Gate A\ 

BACON WIi;i;iAM O. photographic sup- 
plies. 18 Post, r 4060. 17th 

Bacon William R, dentist, 135 Geary, 
r Alameda 

Bacon W Sherman, mining. 79 Nevada 
Block, r Placerville , 

Bacsey Joseph, r 2511 Van Ness Av 

Badaire Laura Mrs. dyeing, 321 Mont- 
gomery Av, r 323 Montgomery Av 

Eadaracco Benjamin {J r>«martinl & Co) 
r 921 Vallejo 

Badaracco Charles, r 2216 Webstei- 

Badaracco John, teamster, r 921 Vallejo 

Badaracco Louis, slot machines, 1310 
Pacific 

Badaracco Paul, elk, r 921 Vallejo 

Badaracco Rosa, widow, r 467 Filbert 

Badaracco Valentine, fruits. 517 Laguna 

Baddeley Charles, plasterer, r 1507a Fol- 
som 

B.-iddeley Henry J, inventor, r 1507a F0I-. 
som 

Baddeley H F, coUr W & J Sloane * 
Co. r 723 Hyde 

Baddeley James, bartndr, r 616 Steven- 
son 

Baddeley William B. r 723 Hyde 

T-'ideley William S, bartndr, r 723 Hyde 

Badello Joseph, canmkr, r 1123 Mont- 
gomery 

B^den Adolph, r 106. 9th 

Baden John H C, groceries, 3 279 Sacra- 
mento, r 410 Central Av 

Baden Brick Co. 927 Market 

Baden L, r 1604 California 

Badenhauer George C, policeman, r 1474 

Bader Gold Mining Co (Butte Co) 405 

Montgomery 
Bader Gottlieb, cellarman, r 21a Clara 
Bader Joseph, cook, r 613 Stevenson 
Bader William A, cook, r 613 Stevenson 
'r-- Bader. See Baader 

Badescu J Victor, pres Syndicate Print- 
ing Co, r 639 O'Farrell 
Badge H L motrm U RR. r 1014 De 

Haro 
Badger Alonzo. shoemkr, 515'*., Sth 
Badger Aubrey, salesman F H Crosby, 

r 2710 O'Farrell 
Badger Clarence G, pres Sierra Photo- 
Engraving Co. r 27. nth 
BASaSB FIBE EZTINQVISaEB CO, 

George J Becker mgr, 215 Sansome 
Badger George E, electn, r 146 West 

Mission 
Badger George H, barber, r 205 Perry 
Badger Gold Mining and Milling Co, 

Crocker Bldg 
Badger James, r 1221 Laguna 
Badger James A, barber, 140 FViwell, 

r 1058 Larkin 
Badger John, engraver, r 531 Turk 
Badger Kate, widow, r 1414 Turk 
Badger Lawrence, lab, r 339, 6th 
Badger Leroy, janitor, r 339, 6th 
Badger William C, master mariner, 

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dser William L. motrm. r lOH De 
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kidgtr William S. bkkpr Associate.1 

Oil Co. r 839 Pine 
JadKley Gilbert B. carp, r 3432, 22d 
JadRlev Julia, widow, r 318 Clement 
Jadlsche Marine Ins Co (Mannheim. 

Germany) 311 California 
Jadlam Edgar B. consulting eng Her- 
rlng-Hall-Marvln Safe Co. r 836 Clay- 
ton 



Jadouln Louis J. mach, r 3888. 17th 
JadsDld Matthew M. r 2370 Sutter 
Jadt .Mexander L, sec, r 423 Baker 
3adt Bert A. salesman J Baumgarten 

r 423 Baker 
3adt Clarence L. dept mgr Goldberg, 

Bowen & Co, r 423 Baker 

It Mna, widow, r 1307 Gough 
BaUt Percy L, coal dlr, r 423 Baker 
BASKK KABBT, City and County 

Auditor, City Hall. 1st tloor, r 29ia 

Fillmore 
Saehr Walter H, collr, r 2919 Fillmore 
Baehr William (A Gerberding & Co) 

r Alameda 
Baer Adolph. dentist. 690 Sutter, r 1845 

Bush 
Baer Albert, bartndr, r 410. 9th 
~ T Albert, cigars, 301 Kearny and 111 

Bush, r 1124 Fell 
Baer August, agt. r 2341 Bush 
Baer August, cloaks and suits, 14 San- 

731 Laguna 
Baer Charles, r 925 Eddy 
Baer Frank, r 179, 4th 
Baer Frederick, mach American Can Co 
Baer George A. plasterer, r 1017 Guer- 

Baer Henry J, salesman Gerson & Baer. 

Bush 
Baer Isaac, publisher, r 925 Eddy 
Baer John, finisher, r 313 Turk 
~ er John, painter, r 740 Vermont 
Baer Joseph, Importer. 1200 Geary 
" er Julius, dentist. 590 Sutter, r 3701 

Clay 

;r Leopold (Gerson & Baer) r 1845 



Bush 

er Reuben, butcher, r 228 
Baer Samuel, r 1845 Bush 

Wllhelm A. drillhand U 



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Baer. See Baehr, Bahr. Behr and 

Bare 

erberich Charles, baker, r 794 Mission 
Bacrne Louis, plumber, r 1318 Folsom 
Baerne Otto, plumber, r 1318 Folsom 

Is James H. comp. r 1814 Larkln 
Baetjo John, butcher, r 18 Sacrajnento 
Baettge Charles, lab, r 417 Folsom 
Baez Charles A, draper, r 1111 Clay 
Bama Joseph, lab. r 16 Ware 
Bama Madeline, widow, r 16 Ware 
Bafflco Andrew, soap dlr. r 2637. 20th 
Bafflco Ernest, plumber, r 14. 14th 
Bafflco John, scavenger, r 14. 14th 
Bagala George A. teamster, r 
Bagala Louie J . painter VS N 

Station, r 9 Lucky 
Bagdan Julius, r 1026'/4 Natoma 
Bagge Anita C. widow, r 1949 Jones 
Bagge Charles, master str Sausallto. 

Ferry Bldg 
Bagge John, lab, r 419 Harriet 
Bagge John W. r 136. 6th Av 
Bagge William- H, builder, 

gomery, r 615 Stockton 
L:tggensto8 Nicholas (Imhof 

genstos) r 605^ Stockton, 
Baggerly H L, sporting editor Bullet 

r 9.12 Hyde 



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Bakers and 
confectioners 

228 Kearny Street 



Baggett Franklin, ma.ster mariner, r 2611 

Howard 
BAOOETT, JOITES ft SHEBIOAir (W 
T Baggett, Dan Ji>nes and P J Sher- 
idan) attys-at-law. 324 Pine, ruoms 
22-24, tel Red 3476 
Baggett Leander B. sign writer, r 2611 

Howard 

Baggett William T (Baggett, Jones & 

Sheridan) and pres Recorder Printing 

and Pub Co, 324 Pine, r St Dunstan's 

Baggett W S. elk P S Tel & Tel Co, 

r Fruitvale 
■r^ Unggett. See Bagot „^„„ 

Baggio Gerolomo, scavenger, r 2622 

Chestnut 
Baggot Richard, quartermaster, r 709 

Davis 
Baggs Charles, laundryman S F Laundry 
Baggs Edward B. .steward, r 209 Hyde 
BAOas MOHTaoaCEBT, Are and marine 
insurance. 501-502 Merchants' Ex- 
change Bldg, tel Busli 47. r Palm Av. 
San Rafael 
Baggs Rebecca I, widow, r 209 Hyde 
IC^ Baggs. See Beggs 
Baginl Giuseppe, blacksmith, r 33 Pres- 

cott PI 
Bagley Angellne D. widow, r 28 Liberty 
Bagley Ann. widow, r 333 McAllister 
Bagley Carl E. engineer str City of Para 
Bagley David B, elk. r 28 Liberty 
Bagley Dennis, lab. r 36 Moss 
Bagley D F. r 21. 9th 
Bagley Grover C, elk Ticket Aud Office 

S P Co. r 841 Church 
Bagley Hannah, widow, r 45 Shotwell 
Baglev H E. elk Tlllmann & Bendel. 

r 1736 Larkln 
Bagley James J. insp U S Customs, r 45 

Shotwell 
Bagley John F. messenger U S Customs. 

r 45 Shotwell 
Bagley John J & Co (Detroit, Mich) 407 

Front 
Bagley Mary, groceries. 42 Federal 
Baglev Perkins H Jr. Insp U S Customs. 

r 841 Church 
Baglev Sarah W Miss, r 28 Liberty 
Bagley Thomas. lab. r 1116 Bryant 
■'rnagley. Sec Begley and BIgley 
Baglletto Domenlco, lab. r 53 Boanlman 



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Baglletto Glabatto B. bollermkr U I 

Wks. r 1822 Powell 
Baglletto L & Co (L Baglletto) com 

mchts, 421 Davis 
Baglletto Louis (L Baglletto & Co) 

r 1926 Filbert 
liaglictto Louis, lab. r 416. 6th 
Baglletto Ixiuls. liquors, 611 Washing- 
ton, r 981 Pacific , „ 
Baglletto Marie Miss. millinery. 619 

Montgomery Av. r 1822 Powell 
Bagllello Victor, ship carp U I 

r 1822 Powell 
Bagnall Albert T, salesman, r 707 Mason 
BMgnall Charles J, elk. r 1466 Hyd 
Bagnall Cliester G, 

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Bugnall E Miss (Bagnall & Boughton) 

r 707 Mason 
Bagnall George, bkkpr, r 335 Elm Av 
Bagnall Joseph, carp^ r 127 Locust Av 
Bagnall Joseph J, r 2 Prwigle Ct 

Bagnall Mary L •- 

Bagnall Percy I 

r 707 Mason 
Bagnall T A Mrs. r 707 M; 
Bagnall William, r 127 Lt 
Bagnall & Boughton (Mis 

and Mrs C Boughton) 



Bagnas 

Bagnasco Jennie Miss 
CO) r 1914 Powell 
Bagnatori Albert, elk, r 519% Green 
Bagnatori Ersilia Mrs. cigar mfr, 619% 

Bagnatori Rico, lab, r 519% Green 

Bagnelle George, condtr U RR, r 3512a 
Mission 

Bagneschi Daniel, bartndr, r 619 Broad- 
way 

Bagot Edward A, foreman U I Wks, 
r 1065 Dolores 

Bagot Henry C. teacher pub schools, 
r Berkeley 

Bagot Williajn R, salesman Globe Grain 
& Milling Co, r Alameda 

C3' Bagot. See Baggett 

Bagwell Elmer E, mill hand, r 22 Te- 

Bagwill William H, boilermkr. r 116. 
12th 



Bahlmann Henry, plumber, r 700 Penn- 
sylvania Av 
Bahlmann Henry A L. druggist, r 89 

Albion Av 
^^ Bahlmann. See Bohlmann and Boll- 
man 
Bahls Herman H. pres Althof & Bahls, 

r Oakland 
Bahls Richard, vice-pres Althof & Bahls 

r Oakland 
Bahlt Fred, plumber, r 3701 Mission 
Bahn Albert, millhand. r 1806 Mason 
Bahn Charles, master mariner, r 1806 

Mason 
Bahn Bmil L. blacksmith, r 953 Folsom 
t-- Bahn. See Bain. Baine and Bane 
Bahnsen Carl A, teamster, r 816, 22d 
Bahnsen Daniel F, fruits, r 810 Alvarado 
Bahr Albert, mach, r 447% Tehama 
Bahr Arthur, waiter, r 2402 Geary 
Bahr Fred, tanner, r 1101, 5th Av South 
Bahr Joseph A. mach. r 66 Angelica 
Bahr Louis, salesman Werle & Willoh. 

r Berkeley 
Bahr Otto, e'lectn. r 544 Valencia 
Bahr Peter R. draftsman, r 544 Valencia 



Bahr Theodor 

Bahr W A Mr 
Bahr William. 

South 
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P. stickerhand, 



teamster, r 



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Bahrenberg John, r 525 Shotwell 
Bahrenburg Frederick J. maltster, r 5 

Valparaiso 
Bahrenfuss Louisa, widow. 2263 Geary 
B.ihrmann Augusta, r 5 Lapidge 
BAHItS GEOBQE K (Pippy & Bahrs 
atty-at-law. 73-74-75 Nevada Block 
tel Main 5514, and Civil Service Com- 
missioner, r 914 Page, tel Page 6641 
Bahrs Jacob F, r 1806 Hyde 
Bahrs John, teamster, r 3922, 18th 
Bahrs John J, groceries, 1800 Hyde, 

r 1806 Hyde 
Bahrs William, contr, r 1806 Hyde 
Bahrt Henry, groceries. 63 Brady 
Bahrt Johanna Mrs, liquors, 3701 Mission 
Bahrt John, bartndr. r 3701 Mission 
Baida Michael G. tailor, 229 Stevenson. 

r 1325% Stevenson 
Baidwell J Mrs, widow, r 2238 Mission 
Baier Paul, cigarmkr, r 130 Oak 
Baier Paul W, musician, r 130 Oak 
Baier W A, electn. r 217, 3d 
Baierlem Frederick, brewer, r 2 

Greenwich 
Bail B W. marine eng, 36 E}ast St South 
Bail Otto, barber, r 621 Locust 
Bail Paul, tailor. 15 Monroe 
Bail Richard, r 450 Clementina 
Bail William, engineer, r 32 Steuart 
Bailey Abble, widow, r 51 Shipley 
Bailey Alexander P. plumber, 545. 6th, 

r 973. Sanchez 
Bailey Anna, widow, r 310 Turk 
Bailey Annie L, widow, r 1010 Persia 
Bailey Arthur, mfr hats, 23 Stevenson, 

r Berkeley 
Bailey Beebe W. carp, r 6 Merritt 
Bailey Benjamin L. r 1010 Persia Av 
Bailey Byron, carp, r 236 Lombard 
Bailey Charles, horseshoer, r 456 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bailey Charles, salesman Muller-Byrne 

Co, r 511c Sanchez 
Bailey Charles A. mining. 503 California. 

r 600 Bush 
Bailey Charles F, carp, r 1603 McAllister 
BAIIiE'S' CHARI.es P, mgr Hughes 

House. 214. 3d 
Bailey Charles G. salesman Western 

Meat Co. r Berkeley 
Bailey Charles H, elk Kx)hn Bros, r 335, 

4th Av 
Bailey Charles H, elk, r 1603 McAllister 
Bailey Charles M, bkkpr Hughson & 

Merton, r Tiburon 
Bailey Charles M, marine eng, r 3 Guer- 
rero 
Bailey Christina Mrs, lodgings, 1169 

Mission 
Bailey C J & Co (Boston, Mass), Oood- 
year Rubber Co agts, 573-579 Market 
Bailey Clara B, teacher pub schools. 

r 878 Union 
Bailey Clarence, mach, r 641 Guerrero 
Bailey Clifton, electn, r 511 McAllister 
Bailey Denise F. widow, r 153 Tehama 
Bailey Edgar W, elk, r 1030 Oak 
Bailey Edward, carp, r 46 Merritt 
Bailey Edward, lab, r 2245 Mission 
Bailey Edward, paperhanger, r 1320 

Florida 
Bailey Edward C, propr The Stanford, 

346 Sutter 
Bailey Edward J, salesman, r 2245 Mis- 
sion 
Bailey Edward W, liquors, r 122 Clement 
Bailey Edwin, druggist, 120 Ellis 
Bailey Edwin L elk Johnson-Locke Merc 

Co, r Alameda 
Bailey B J Mrs, widow, r 3382, 20th 
Bailey Elbridge J, contr, r 2454 Market 
Bailey Elisha T, r 158 Capp 
Bailey Ellen, widow, r 973 Sanchez 
Bailey Elton F, cementwkr, r 245, 13th 
Bailey Emily, widow, r 16b Cumberland 



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Jalley F L. baggageman S P Co. r 262 

■^Turk 

lailev Frank, carp, r 1340 Pine 

toiley Frank, lab. r 730 Howard 

lailey Frank, packer, r 412 Post 

(alley Frank A, elk. r 6 Merritt 

illey Frank E. elk Strong. Belden & 

Farr. r 55 Sliver 
talley George, r 517 Hayes 
Bailey George, r IfiSO Howard 
Jalley George, carp, r 607 Waller 
Jailey George .\. broker, r 1335 Mason 
Jalley George .\ C. piano polisher HenJ 

rtaz & Son. r 331 Cumberland 
Jalley George D. watchman S P Co, r 

02 West Mission 
aalley George G. capt Engine 10. r 521 

Brjant 
Salley George H. mech eng. r 1070 Page 
^lley George I. mgr Golden Gate 

stables, r 905 Market 

liley Gilbert E, mining eng, r 415 

Montgomery 

illey Harry, stableman, r 706V4 Birch 

Av 

illey Harry T. bkkpr Metropolitan 

Laundry Co. r 208,S Bush 
Bailey Henry, r 1015 Howard 
Bailey Henry T. molder. r 2223 Mi.sslon 
Balleyl Herbert W. attv, Kohl Bldg. r 

1070 Page 
Bailey H H, draftsman f I Wks. r Hotel 

Oliver 
Bailey James, carp, r 101 St Mary's Av 
BAXI.ET JAMBS S, general agt Insur- 
ance Co of North America (of Phila- 
delphia). 202 Pine, r 1915 Franklin 
Bailey James H. elk Foster & Orear, r 

Oakland 
iBalley James .M. carp, r 12 Marslly 
iBalley James S, soap-mkr, r 1127 Silver 

Bailey James S. waiter, r Ifi Flood Av 
Bailey James T. marh. r 973 Sanchez 
Bailey Jesse, r 148 San Carlos Av 
Ballev John, r 520a Turk 
Bailey John, baker, r 1107^4 Folsom 
Bailey John, driver Electric I.rfiundry 
Bailey John. lab. r 873 Filbert 
Bailey John, tinner, r 735 Brannnn 
Ballev John M, elk The Fair, r 302. 4th 
BAII;ET JOKV T » OO fPhlla) mfrs 
twines, cordage and packings. Ham- 
ilton Wills Jr mgr. 313-315 Front 
Bailey Joseph P, hoseman Engine 22. 

r 1041 I 
Bailey Louis H. salesman Harron. Rlck- 

ard * McC.ine. r Hotel Rex 
Bailey M. 1st officer str Ac.i.pulco 
Bailey Margaret K Mrs. r 77 Fair Oaks 
Bailey Mary A, widow, r 2931 Pacific 

Bailey Milton D. with Ins Co of North 

America, r 1915 Franklin 
Bailey Nelson B. physician, 135 Geary, 

r 1001 Pine 
Bailey Orrln. salesman Indianapolis 

Furn Co, r 1033 Church 
Bailey Paul E. miller, r 337S, 20th 
Bailey P D. elk, r 703 Geary 
Bailey Peter, r 1332 Florida 
Bailey Phillip J. soaprnkr, r 1111 Silver 

Bailey Richard G, solicitor Dewey Pub 

Co. r Son Mateo 
Bailey Robert H, salesman Gamossl 

Glove Co. r 245 Fair Oaks 
Bailey S Mrs. widow, r 3704. 17th 
Bailey Sarah M, widow, r 12 Ringgold 
Bailey T, with Qiilros Soda Water Co, 

r 706H Birch Av 
Bailey T Edward mgr J Corbett, r 31 

Capp 
Bailey Thomas J. [.liimtier, r CO^ La- 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUaiONEERS 

m^^'462 8'"StMlandXd 



FHDHE MAIN 326. 



Bailey Tliomas J Jr. elk Pac Hardware 

and Steel Co, r 1030 Oak 
Bailey Warren G, r 212B, 15th 
Bailey W B. elk S P So. r 1518 PaciHc 



lor 
Bailey William C. physician. 91G Market, 

r 1327, 46th Av 
Bailey William I, r 1718 Bryant 
CTBalley. See Bailie, Baillie, Bailly. 

BalbvBallley, Baylcy and Bayly 
Ballhache B L Mrs, widow, r 1412b Biisli 
Ballhache George B. dentist. 21 Powell. 

797 McAllister 
Ballhache John M, with Chief QM dept 

of Cal, r 3013 California 
Rallle Agnes Miss, nurse, r 431 Bryant 
Bailie Alice, widow, r 431 Bryant 
Bailie Margaret Miss, tea'chcr pulj 

schools, r 431 Bryant 
BalUe Arthur M, bkkpr, r 115. 8th Av 
J, wines and liquors, 46S 



Ballleres August, laundry. 3821, 24th 
Ballleres Julius, cook, r 417 Powell 
Bailies Joseph C, Journalist, r 633 Broad- 
way 
Balllle Adeline Miss, stenog James 10 

Kerr, r ISS Valencia 
Baillie Adeline Mrs. r Hotel Annapolis 
Baillie Annie M Mrs, dressmkr, r 511 

Oak 
Baillie B, with W & J Sloane & Co, r 511 

Oak 
Baillie Charles S, mining, T 600 Bush 
Balllle John A, lab, r 149 Russ 
Baillie Kenneth G. salesman, r 514 f)ak 
Balllle William, foreman W B Sumner & 

Co, r 136 Douglass 
CTBalllle. See Bally. Bailey, Bailly and 

Bayley 
Bailly Albert J (Hampton & Bailly) r 

346 Church 
Bailly Alexander, bakery, 822 Montgom- 
ery 
Bjillly Arfhur, bkkpr Louis Duprat, r 

115. 8th Av 
Bailly Claude W, porter, r 7% Sumner 
Bailly Edward S. cashier O'Brien & 

Sportorno, r 117. 8th Av 
Bailly Bugene A, r 8 Roach 
Bailly Jules, .sausage mkr. r 148, 12th Av 
Bailly Leon F, stonegrlnder, r 143, 12th 

BAIMT T EDWARD, physician and 
surgeon and surgeon to St Mary's 
Hosp. office 502 Sutter, hours 2 to 4 
and 7 to 8 pm, Sundays 1 to 2 pm, 
tel Private Bx 50, r Hotel St FYancIa 

Bailly Timothy J. detective, r 2687 Sac- 
ramento 

CT-Ballly. See Bally, Bailey, Baillie and 
Bayley 

Bally Alexander H. r 224 Ashbury 

Bally Alexander H Jr contr. r 1686 I 

Bally Annie, widow, r 511c Sanchez 

Bally Ell I, r 15S Capp 



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IcyBally. See Bailey, BalUy, Baillie and 

Bayley 
Bain Alexander (Hansen & Bain) r 1732 

Bryant 
Bain Albert J, draftsman, 1312 Market, 
r 761, 14th 
) Bain Charles E, salesman L, Foard, r 
I Alameda 

: Bain Frank C, horseman, r Hotel St 
( Nicholas 

I Bain Fred B, sec Pond & Co, r 865 Eddy 
, Bain George, ship joiner U I Wks, r 327 
; Jessie 

I Bain H F, lineman P S Tel & Tel Co, r 
I 15 Leavenworth 

Bain J, lineman P S Tel & Tel Co, r San 

Rafael 
Bain James, solicitor, r 1153 Octavia 
Bain John G, car painter, r 327 Minna 
> Bain John J, lineman, r 2208 Geary 
..? §^!" Marie, widow, r 470 Golden Gate Av 
qOS Bain Robert, elk, r 362 Minna 
2zS Bam Robert", horseman, r Hotel St Nlch- 
JSwO olas 

•irgU Bain Robert B Jr (Bain & Dlmbleby and 
ra)>.^ Morris & Bain) and pres Pond & Co, 

la Bain Robert W, teamster, r 589, 4th 
f ;0 Bain R T, master mariner U S A T S 
-^ S""!" '5''',','^™' '="^' >■ 2704a Mission 
■ rfi- Bain William G, capitalist, r Hotel St 
r'^A^ Nicholas 

>3°< Bain William H, r 21i^ Laskle 
■2 Bain & Dlmbleby (R B Bain Jr and J T 
• ^'■^ Dlmbleby) mfrs agt. 12 Front 

' 9;$ C?-Bain. See Bahn, Baine, Bane and 
.(MJO Bayne 

Bainbridge Arnop, sergeant police, r 18 

Bourbon Pi 
Bainbridge Augusta O Mrs, r 600, 10th 

Av 
Bainbridge Caroline H, widow, r Grand 

Hotel 
Bainbridge Charles E, physician, 1206 

Market 
Bainbridge Charles W, engineer, r 602, 

10th Av 
Bainbridge Harry, mach U I Wks, r 118 

Mississippi 
Bainbridge Henry, lab, r 330 Mississippi 
BainbTidge John A, car painter U RR, r 

14841^ Valencia 
Baine Joseph, driver, r 25 Zoe 
Baine Walter, shirttakr, r 25 Zoe 
Baines Charles, cement wkr, r 453 San- 
chez 
Baines Herbert G, emp Deitemeier Piano 

Co, r 11 Heyman Av 
Baines Honora, widow, r 2891, 16th 
Baines James (James Baines & Co) r 

410 Sanchez 
Baines James & Co (J Baines) brokers, 

11 Stockton 
Baines Robert, furnishing goods, 2391, 



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Bairassini John, stableman, r 1521 22< 

Av South 
BAIBS CHARI^S W, vice pres and 

Overland Freight Transfer Co, 

Front, r 331 Capp 
•^^Tir.! Tiara, widow, r 800 Lyon 
Baird David J, capitalist, r Grand Hole 
Baird Earl D. builder. 2812. 22d 
Baird Edward B, dentist. 669 Turk 
Baird Estate The. Ciaus Spreckels Bid* 
Baird Floyd L, bldr, 769 Capp 
Baird Frank V. elk Wiley B Allen Co 

r 420 Shotwell 
Baird Frederick G, dentist, 502 Sutter 

958a Pine 
Baird (Jeorge D, with Firemen's Func" 

Baird George W, gripman U RR, r 407 
Baird H, student, r 711. 6th 
Baird Herbert H, cigars, r 854 Mission 
Baird Howard, lino opr The Star, r Oak- 
land 
Baird James M, proofreader The Star 

r Oakland 
Baird Jane E, widow, r 126, 5th Av 
Baird Julia, widow, r 126 Hawthorne 
Baird Lance, elk Alexander & Baldwin r 

Berkeley 
Baird M A Mrs. r 1283, 11th Av 
Baird R C, with The Bank of California, 

r Berkeley 
Baird Robert H, elk Frgt Aud S P Co 

Alameda 
Baird Wesley N, salesman, r 126, 5t 

Baird William, electn. r 113 Eddy 
Baird William, teamster, r 1352 How 

ard 
C^-Baird. See Beard 
Baireuther Bros (J N S 

3224. 22d 
Baireuther Christopher (Baireuther 

Bros) r 101 Precita Av 
Baireuther Elizabeth, widow, r 1381 Min- 

Baireuther John N (Baireuther Bros) r 

1324 Minna 
ryBaireuther. See Bayreuther 
Bairns J B. salesman Murphy, Grant & 

Co, r 612 Bush 
Baisley Walter A. oil expert. r 1303 

Castro 
Baiso Christian, r 133614 Natoma 
Baltano Antonio (Baitano & Rovegno) r 

481 McAllister 
Baitano & Rovegno (A Baitano and 

, G Rovegno) fruits. 481 McAllister 
Bajada John, cutter, r 6 Montgomery Ct 
Baker A. painter J H. Keefe 
Baker Abraham, tailor 3 Franklin r 2 

Page 
Baker Acneth, widow, r 56 Morris Av 
Baker Adam, driver Emergency Hospital, 

r 1020 Alabama 
Baker A L. fireman, r 217 3d 
Bakor Albert, bartndr. r 26 Essex 
Baker Albert, contr, r 2007 Leaven- 
Baker Albert A, pressman, r 3221. 19th 
Baker Albert J. salesman Williams Mar- 
vin Co. r 1712 Buchanan 
Baker Alexander, blacksmith, r 529 Sac- 



C) butchers, 



Bair CHarence L, foreman Studebaker 

Bros Co, r 2251 Mission 
Bair J, r 905 Diamond 
Bair Kate, widow, furn rooms, 910 O'Far- 

reli and 622 Golden Gate Av 



1278, 



Baker Alexander G, polisher, 

12th Av 
Baker Alexander M, loan Insp Guaranty 

Trust Co, r 1743 Pine 
Baker Alfred, porter, r 214 Golden Gate 



iker A M. r 939 Bush 



mJOMIIM. KLEIN niUL CO. 



MORGAN, PRI 

105-107 Battery St. 



AND Manager 

Tel. Main 389 



Sunshine Incandescent Lamps. 
Electric Lights, Telegraph and 
Telephone Supplies. Line Tools 
of Every Description. 



lakt 



Andrew J. lab U 



Mint, 



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Page 



taker Arthur, mlllhand, r 625 Peralta 
taker Arthur, molder, r 4 Alemany 
taker Arthur H, shirtcutter. r 1175 San- 

iaker Arthur S. cashier Payot, Upham 

& Co, r 1812 Lyon 
taker Arthur T, elk Western Sugar Rof, 
^ r Oakland „ 

3aker Arthur W, dentist 606 Sutter, r 

1S12 Lyon _ 

taker Arthur W. dept mgr Pragers, r 

taker Asphalt Improvement Co, John 

Baker Jr pres. Mills Bldg 
taker Augustus, r 37 Fair Oaks 
taker Belle, widow, r 994 Pine 
taker Reniamln F. driver, r 363a 11th 
taker Bernard, fruit. 1414>-4 Pacific 
taker Bert, r 1339 Post 
taker B W, marine eng. r 1044 Folsom 
Baker Calvert M, saw mkr, r 25 San- 
Baker Carroll H. elk New England Mu- 
tual Life Ins Co. r 1339 Post 
Baker Charles, r 1401 Gough 
Baker Charles, mach. r 771 Howard 
taker Charles, master mariner, 

Bldg 
taker Charles A, salesman White House, 

r 8U Halght 
Baker Charles F (Wltzel & Baker) r 

2409 Webster ^ , 

Baker Charles F, asst cashier Crocker, 

Woolworth Natl Bank, r Oakland 
taker Charles H, mgr Pac Litho Co, 

r 1021 Jones 
Baker Charles H. carp, r 39V4 Morris 



Ferry 



Av 



52 



1401 



baker Charles H. florist 3230 22d, 

Chenery 
Baker Charles P. photr, r 143, 6th 
Baker C'harles R, physician, r 

Baker Charles S. carrier P O. r 50 Scott 
PI 

Baker Charles W. bakery. 38, 7th 

Baker Charles W. elk. r 1717 Mission 

Baker Charles W. elk Witzel & Baker, 
r 2 409 Webster 

Baker Chester W. electn P S Tel & Tel 
Co r 1S62 Geary 

BAKES CZ>A.aEVCE C, physician and 
Burgion, 703-704-705 Donohoe Bldg, 
1190 Market, hours 11:30 am to 12 
m and 1:30 to 5 pm, tel Howard 16o6, 

I r 711 Jones 

iBaker cneveland H. elk Chronicle, r Oak- 



Baker Daniel, porter, r 3 Sunny Ct 
Baker Daniel J, stev. r 369V4 Harriett 
Baker David J. liquors 600, 6th. r 305 

Larkin 
Baker D C Mrs. r 1339 Post 
Bakir K Dexter, pres Cal Cattle and 

U-ind Co. r 1726 Larkin 
Baker Edward P, elk Jesse Moore Hunt 

Co, r 352 Golden Gate Av 
Bakir Edward W, restaurant, 1894 Fol- 

Baker Ell teamster, r 62V4 Tehama 
Baker Elizabeth, widow, r 869 Br>ant 
Baker Elizabeth, widow, r 1607 How- 
ard 
Baker Elizabeth, widow, r 2403 Clay 
Baker Ellen, widow, r 174. 20th Av 
Baker Emil .M, lamplighter, r 1401 

Gough 
Baker Emille Miss, bkkpr. r 1008 Mason 
Baker Emilv Miss. teaeher Japanese 
night school, r 1022 Ellis 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



Baker Emma C, widow, r 1320 Steiner 
Baker Enameled Letter & Furnace Co, 

21 Spear 
Baker Estate Co, W;Ucefield Baker pres, 

George A Patterson sec. 2 Pine 
Baker Eugene J, drayman, r 56 SUinly 

PI 
Baker Floyd, bkkpr, r 2403 Clay 
Baker Francis J, elk Pay Dept U S A, 

r 824 Powell 
BAKES FRANCIS J. pres George H 

Tay Co 49-,13. 1st, r 926a Fulton 
Baker Frank A. salesman Gray, Lang 

.\L- Stroll, r Grand Hotel 
l?ak.-r Frank B. mach, r 726 Eddy 
BAKES FSAITK E. sec Geo E Dow 

Pv.mping Engine Co, r San MateO 
BAKES FSANK J, (Frank J Baker *; 

Co) r Sausalito, tel Main 151 
BAKES FSANK J fc CO (Frank J 

Baker I civil and hydraulic engineers 

and surveyors, 325 Montgomery, room 
11, tel Grant 29 
Baker Frank N, carp, r 2035 San Jose 

Baker Fred F, mgr Chapman Baker 

Mach Wks, r 327, 1st 
Baker Frederick, barber 296 Natoma, r 

218 Shipley 
Baker Frederick, carp Fulton I Wks. r 

1909 Chestnut 
Baker Frederick, driver, r 612 Lombar<i 
Baker Frederick, fruit packer, r 6or, 

Powell 
Baker Frederick, molder, r 625 Peralta 



condtr U RR. 



Id S P Co, 



Baker Frederick 

r 713 Central Av 
Baker Frederick G. mgr J B 

Co. r Alameda 
Baker Frederick L. elk Frgt . 

r 308 Waller 
Biker Frederick W, dept mgr Viavi Co, 

r 1349 Lombard 
Baker George, r 625 Peralta Av 
Baker George, elk W F & Co Ex, r 23,'- 

Guerrero 
Baker George, engineer, r 479 Hayes 
Baker George C. elk Western Meat Co, 

r 1367 Folsom 
Baker George H, elk Car Record OfTlre 

S P Co. r 226. 11th 
Baker George L, elk Baker & Hamilton, 

r 3Sn. 1st 
Baker George O. elk Met Laundry Co, r 

560 Valencia 
Haker George T, elecrtin. r 462^4 Minnn 
Baker George W. atty 310 Pine, r Oak- 
land 
Baker George W, sack sewer, r 970 Oak 
Baker George W C, mgr sales dept West- 
ern Oil Reflning and Mfg Co, r Ala- 
meda 
Baker H. emp John Breuner Co. r 424 

Minna 
Baker Harry, lab, r 730 Howard 
Baker Harry, plumber, r 3«3a. 11th 
Baker Harry H, plumber, r 1320 Steiner 
Baker Harry L, atty 310 Pine, r Oak- 
land 
Haker II <■ elk Crirdes Fum Co r 1339 



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The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 



27 TENTH STREET 



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Jjners^anj Shippers 



CROCKEK-LANGLEY DIRECTORY. 



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Baker H C William, elk Union Trans 

Co, r 2327 Market 
Baker Henry, artist Ingerson & Glaser 

Co 
Baker Henry, mach Paul P Bernard & 

Co 
Baker Henry C, cabinet mkr Cal Blec 

Wks. r 1278. 12tli Av 
Baker Henry E (Baker & Simpson) and 

propr Linda Vista Apartments 
Baker Herbert R. r 2S3S Pacific Av 
Baker H N elk Slierman, Clay & Co, r 

Oakland 
Baker Homer M. ragr Pittsburg Alum- 
inum Co, r Los Angeles 
Baker Ignacio, millhand r 777 Market 
Baker Isaac M, r 25 Sanchez 
Baker James, carp, r 2000 McAllister 
Baker James T (J T Baker & Co) r 14 

Jackson 
Baker James W. bkkpr Call, r Hotel St 

Nicholas 
Baker Jane, widow, r 904 Leavenworth 
Baker J Harry, r 245 Chattanooga 
Raker J M. r 14 McAllister 
Baker John, carp, r 1354 Union 
Baker John, Janitor Paulist Fathers, r 

628 California 
Baker John, lab U S Mint, r 26 Chat- 
tanooga 
BAKES JOHK JB, mgr Union Oil Co of 

California, 731 Mills Bldg. 
Baker John G. elk B M Atchinson & Co. 

r 221 Powell 
Baker John H, teamster, r 262 Lexington 



John L motrm U RR. r 1522 Ellis 
John M, dept mgr Baker & Ham- 
n, r Bon Air 

John W, photr. 11 Stockton and 
Coast agt Preferred Mercantile 
r Oakland 

Joseph, liquors, 1697 Folsom 
Joseph, mach, r 727 Guerrero 
J T & Co (J T Baker and T F 
nill) restaurant, 317 Druram 
Laura, widow, r 1320 Sutter 
L K mining, t 1459 Franklin 
Leavitt. r 2S38 Pacific Av 
Leo, emp Tubbs Cordage Co 
Leon E. lab, r 138 Rose Av 
Lionel L, packer, r 1607 Howard 

Livingston L Mrs, widow, r 2838 
■ific Av 

Lottie, widow, r 317 Langton 
Louis H, teamster, r 26 Antonio 
Lucy A, widow, r 1074 Union 
Lucy C, widow, r 5281,4 Bryant 
Lydia M. widow, r 1707 Gough 
M A Mrs, widow, r 751 Guer- 



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Baker Mary, widow, r 154 Silver 
Baker Mary Mrs, r 3141%. 16th 
Baker Marv A, widow, r 260 Tehama 

BAKER M, C. & SON 

(Melville C. and Walter B.) electrical 
constractlon, wiring and «upplles, 
locksmlthing' and g-eneral repair ex- 
perts, 37, 2d, tel Qreen 481 

Baker Melville C (M C Baker & Son) r 
Oakland 



Baker Michael, baker, r 1406 Powell 

Baker Mignon Miss, cashier D M Os- 
borne & Co, r 1712 Buchanan 

Baker Milo S, teacher pub schools, 
Berkeley 

Baker Milton E. pres Baker Enameled 
Letter & Furnace Co, r Alameda 

Baker Nellie, widow, r 363a, 11th 

Baker Otto, elk. r 1354 Union 

Baker Otto, elk B A Howard & Co. li* 
1020% Shotwell 

Baker Page E T. widow, r 1628 Hyde 

Baker Patrick C, livery stable, 273 Te- 

Baker Peter, seaman, r 1074 Sacra- 
mento 
Baker Philip S. r 283S Pacific Av 
Baker Philip S, elk W T Garratt & Cf 

r Oakland 
Baker R J Argyle. salesman Murphy, 

Grant & Co. r 1414 California 
Baker Robert T, drayman, 305 Front, r 

869 Bryant 
Baker Rush D, collr S P Co. r Oakland 
Baker Samuel A, salesman Diamond Pal- 
ace, r 1936 Bush 
Baker Sarah, widow, r 2230 Sutter 
Baker Schuyler B. r 668 Pine 
Baker Selina C. widow, r 163 Vlcks- 

burg 
Baker Shirley, mgr Excelsior Wooden , 

Pipe Co 

Baker Susanna, widow, r 1278, 12th Av 
BAKEB S-XXTBSTEB A, Pacific Coast 

agt Macbeth-Evans Glass Co, 

Mission, r Hart Apartments, 750 

Ellis 
Baker T, elk Levi Strauss & Co, r 2403 

Clay 

Baker IT G, marine eng. 36 Bast St South 
Baker Underwear Co, Crossley Bldg 
Baker-Vawter Co (Chicago) busin 

s\-stems. Kohl Bldg 
Baker Virginia E Mrs, propr The Clyde, 

1124 Bush 
BAKEB WAKBFIEI.D, pres Baker & 

Hamilton, NW cor Pine and Davis, 

r 2701 Pacific Av 
Baker Walter, r 3141%. 16th 
Baker Walter, ins, r 305 Larkin 
Baker Walter H, r 2310 California 
Baker Walter H, plumber, r 1466 Hyde 
Baker Walter R (M C Baker & Son) r 

1613 Howard 
Baker Warren G, foreman Haslett Whse 

Co. r 970 Oak rear 
Baker Wayne, mgr O K Doane, r 2 103 

Clay 
Baker W C. r 1862 Geary 
Baker William, r 16 Montgomery .A.v 
Baker William, architect, r 600 Bush 
Baker William, fireman, r 41 Harriet 
Baker William, lab, r 2S5h Clara 
Baker William, lab. r 957 Folsom 
Baker William B. mach. r 227%. Sth 
Baker William C, cashier Pope-Toli>-lo 

Touring Car Co, r 2119 Pine 
Baker William E, salesman Revere Hjb- 

ber Co. r Oakland 
Baker William G. carp, r 247 Turk 
Baker William H, r 210 Fillmore 
Baker William H (Drake & Baker) 850 

Market 
Baker William H, condtr U RR. r 920 

Railroad Av 
Baker William J (Baker & Baker) r 

467 Geary 
Raker William J, architect, 927 Market 
Baker William J. bartndr, r 462% Minna 
Baker William R. mach, r 727 G 



lusieian, r 1357 How- 



Baker Willian 

ard 
Baker William S. carp, r 3262. 22d 



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CANTl-EY & CO. 



ASPHALTUM ROOFING 



960 HOWARD STREET, ncar sixth 



MOTORS BOUGHT, SOLD, EXCHANGED AND RENTED 

WEIDENTHAL-GOSUNER ELECTRIC WORKS 



im-23-2S STEVENSON, NEAR FIRST street 



Telephone Main 5830 



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Jaker William T (Baker & Baker) r 



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Baker Winter, elk. r 2403 Clay 

Baker W P. metal worker, r 246 Oak 

Baker W S. r Hotel Bella Vista 

pnker & Baker (W T and W J) llq- 

' uors, 131 Pine 

BAKER & HAMILTON 

(incorporated) Wakefield Baker proi, 
Alexander Kamilton rlce-pres and 
■ac, importer* and Jobbers hardware, 
a^Tlcaltoral implements, vehicles, bl- 

i cycles, creamery outflttlngn and sup- 
plies, enflnes, boilers, etc, and 
proprs Benicia Agrrlctilttiral Works 
(Benicla, Cal) WW cor Pine and 
Saris, 109-115 J, Sacramento, 134- 
136 Horth lK>s Anereles, Zios Ans'eles, 
0»1, and 256 Broadway, W T, tel Prl- 
Tate Exolian<re 33 

Baker & Simpson (H E Baker and T K 
Simp!!on) mfrs agta SE cor Turk and 
J"nes and proprs The .\udubon. 928 
Ellis 

tSTBaker. See Becker 

Bakers' Home. 634 Pacific 

Bakers' Home. 794 Mission 

HOME, LIppert & Steften 
proprs. 625 Clay 

mriov, 1155 

South 765 
Bakers' and Butchers' Exchange, 765 

Howard 
Bakers' and Confectioners' Home, 794 

Mission 
Bakery and Confectionery Workers In- 
ternational Union Local No 24. 1166 

Mission 
Bakewell John Jr, architect, 510 Mont- 
gomery 
Bakewell Thomas V. atty, Claus Spreck- 

els Bids, r Oakland 
Bakewell 'Walter B. elk S F Savings 

Union, r Oakland 
Bakofsky Charles, lab. r 1147 San Bruno 

Av 
Bakovlch Joseph, cook, r 808. 22d 
Bakulirh Virgil N, policeman, r 844 

Broadway 
Balagna Dominique, carp, r 810 'Val- 

lejo 
Balagna Frederick, shirt cutter, r 912a 

Pacific 
Balalne Albert, stone cutter, r 55 Duboce 

Av 
Belaklala Cons Copper Co. Mills Bldg 
Balance James H, mgr Bmerson Drug 

Co. r Hotel St Nicholas 
t7Balance. See Ballance 
Balangero Anton, miller, r 602 Green- 



1484 Fol- 



irich 
Balart Adelina, widow, 

som 
Balart Bert D, salesman Ceylon Tea Co, 

r 884 Alabama 
BalbanI Rlnaldo. lab. r 5 Douglass 
EaitKjntin Andrew, barln-r. r 103 Wolfe 
Balcera Joseph, liquors 252, 6th. r 267 

Shipley 
Balch D F. student, r 777 Bush 
Balrh William H. granite cutter, r 925 

Howard 
Bairk Leopold, tailor, r 1126 Fell 
Balrom Margaret, widow, r 1413 Larkin 
BAZ.OOM W E, pres Magnesia Asbestos 
" pply Co. 167-163 Spear, r 2221 



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,'. r 939 Golden 

836 Mission 
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Baldaccini Guldo (R Blanch! & Co) r 
1803% Halght 

Baldaslnl Joseph, r 406 Mongomery Av 

Baldaslnl Samuel J, painter. r 1417 
Kearny 

Baldaslnl Tomaso, florist, r 1417 
Kearny 

Baldassone Charles E. foreman D Ghlr- 
ardelli Co, r SOU North Point 

Baldassone Giovanni, coffee roaster, r 
900 North Point 

Balden Warren S, r 219 Laussat Av 

BalderinI Alfredo, undertaker, r 320 
Lombard 

Balderlni Ferdlnando, undertaker, r 316 
Lombard 

Baldes Manuel F (BaJdes & Garcia) r 
608 Folsom 

Baldes & Garcia (M F Baldes and A M 
Garcia) barbers, 200 Townsend 

Baldi Ferdlnando. crockery, 1853 Mar- 
ket 

Balding Bernard R, carp, r 3028 Clem- 
ent 

Baldlsarl Joseph, lab. r 1412. 16th 

Baldlt Eugene, restaurant. 815 Jackson 

Baldocchl Angelina, widow, r 1020 Mont- 
gomery 

Baldocchl Angelo, groceries. 1747 Church 

Baldocchl Angelo G (Podesta & Baldoc- 
chl) r 10 Monroe 

Baldocchl C & Son (C and L) Importers 
and com mer, 607 Sansome 

Baldocchl Caslmlr. fruits, 998 McAllis- 
ter r 723 Fulton 

Baldocchl Cherublno (C Baldocchl & 
Son) r 42914 O'Farrell rear 

Baldocchl Danlele (G Pleretti & Co) r 
Petaluma, Cal 

Baldocchl Delflno, boxmkr, r 1020 Mont- 
gomery 

Baldocchl Fortunato, r 535 Vallejo rear 

Baldocchl Francesco, r 1020 Montgom- 
ery 

Baldocchl Frank, r 2027 Powell 

Baldocchl Frank (Baldocchl & Bertlnl) 
r 2901 Sacramento 

Baldocchl Giuseppe (A Venaglla & Co) 
r 636 Vallejo 

Baldocchl Joseph, tailor, r 1020 Mont- 
gomery 

Baldocchl Louis (C Baldocchl & Son) r 
429% O'Farrell rear 

Baldocchl Maurlzio. elk. r 533 Vallejo 

Baldocchl Narcisso. bkkpr Podesta & 
Baldocchl, r 3900 20th 

Baldocchl Narcisso, frulfs, 2108, 15th 

Baldocchl Steffano, bookbr, r 1920 Mont- 
gomery 

Baldocchl William, elk jlaldocchl & Ber- 
tlnl, r 2901 Sacramento 

Baldocchl & Bertlnl (F Baldocchl and G 
Bertlnl) fruits, 2901 Sacramento 

Baldock Ch.iries F. r 353 Waller 

Baldock Frances, widow, r 1088 Capp 

Baldridrlch Annis. condtr U RR, r 400 



atty-at- 
law. 515-516 Kohl (Hayward) Bldg. 
tel Grant 188. r 2900 Dcvisadero 
dwln Alfred W. r 1806 Larkin 



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The Paint They 
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A.WILLK0MM,207 Sansome Street 

Baldwin Alfred W, brasswkr, r 4105 

31st 
Baldwin Ann F. widow, r 1S24 Eddy 
Baldwin Anna, dressmkr. r 116 Jones 
Baldwin Antoinette G. widow, r 211% 

Jones 
Baldwin Arthur H, carp, r 227 Ander- 
son 
Baldwin Arthur H, wi'tli Mangrum & 

Otter, r 123 Montana 
BAI.DWIIT A S, pres Baldwin & Howell 

25 Post, r 2613 Buchanan 
Baldwin Barry Jr Mrs, widow, r 2513 

Pacific Av 
Baldwin Building Co, J W Baldwin pres, 

contrs and bldrs, 21, 10th 
Baldwin Calvin P, marine eng, 36 Bast 

St South 
Baldwin Charles E, traveling auditor P 

C SS Co, r 1119, 10th Av 
Baldwin Clinton D, purchasing agt, U 

RR. r 113 Guerrero 
Baldwin Cornelia, r 290 Page 
Baldwin D, elk A Merle & Co 
BAI.DWIN D H & CO, mfrs and distrib- 
utors pianos, piano players and or- 
gans. 123S James Flood Bldg 
BAZ.SWIIT EDWASD 1, propr Ferry 

Drug Co, r 1718 Fell 
BAIiDWISr EDWARD I. CX), Edward L. 
Baldwin pres. E A Boulton sec and 
treas. 8 Market 
Baldwin Elias J. r 1217 California 
Baldwin Elizabeth G. widow, r 2901 De- 

visadero 
Baldwin F H, timekpr U RR, r 127 Turk 
Baldwin Frederick A. mfrs agt, 809 

Market, r 1509a Sacramento 
Baldwin George C. barber, 1208 Railroad 

Av 
Baldwin George C, carp, r 326 Jessie 
Baldwin George E. with P S Tel & Tel 

Co, r 1456 Hayes 
Baldwin George H, teamster, r 184 Per- 
ry 
Baldwin George P, treas Jno Martin & 
Co and treas Martin Pipe and Foun- 
dry Co 
Bsldwin G F. dept mgr Pac States T & 

T Co. r 1446 Leavenworth 
Baldwin Grille Works (W H Baldwin) 

mfrs wooden grilles. 1951 Market 
Baldwin H. r 1434 Ellis 
Baldwin H. with Dunham, Carrigan & 

Hayden Co, r 223 Powell 
Baldwin Harriet Mrs, nurse, r 1135 

Bush 
Baldwin Harry J. marker, r 124, 9th 
BAI,DWIM EBNR'S' P, pres Alexander & 
Baldwin Ltd and Hawaiian Com- 
mercial and Sugar Co, 308 Market, r 
Hawaiian Islands 
Baldwin Henry R, driv 



1S60 Fol- 
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BAXDWUT HOtTSB, Holi 

proprs. 30-32 Ellis 
Baldwin Isabel, widow, r 4077. 23d 
Bt;ldwin Isabel A, widow, r 2876 W.iKh- 

ington 
Tialdwin James H, r 951 Eddy 
Baldwin James T. driver, r 1704 Fol- 

som 



Baldwin Janet M. widow, r 1521 ■'.■Wash- 
ington 
Baldwin Jean M Miss, adjuster U S 

Mint, r 604. 2d Av 
BAI^D-WIN JE'WEIiBT CO, Maurice Van 
Vliet vlce-pres and mgr. Charles 
Isaac sec, mfg jewelers and gold- 
smiths and brokers. 978 Market, 
James Flood Bldg. tel Main 1644. 
branch offices 27. 3d and 1192 Market, 
Donohoe Bldg. tel South 843 
Baldwin John M. r 1521 ■Washington 
Baldwin John W. pres Baldwin Bldg Co, 

r Berkeley 
Baldwin Joseph, hatter, r 348, 4th 
Baldwin Joseph D. carp, r 316 Hayes 
Baldwin Josephine A, widow, r 319 Oak 
Baldwin K S. stenog Tayler & Spots- 
wood Co. r 316 Hayes 
Baldwin L H. lab S P Co, r 263 Octavia 
Baldwin Leo J, mach, r 2127 Pine 
Baldwin Lloyd, atty, Crossley Bldg, r 

2121 Lyon 
Baldwin Locomotive Wks, 202 Market 
Baldwin Marion C Miss, teacher Miss 

Wesfs school, r 637 Bush 
Baldwin Marshall S. bkkpr. r 507 Leav- 
enworth 
Baldwin Mary, widow, r 1210 Fell 
Baldwin Mary J. widow, r 604. 2d Av 
Baldwin Mary V, widow, r 2513 Paci- 
fic Av 
Baldwin Mathilda, widow, r 316 Hayes 

BALDWIN 0. D. & SON 

(Orville D Baldwin and John Mc- 
Gaw) real estate, 240 Basb, Mllla 
Bid? 

Baldwin Orville C (Baldwin & Steis 

r 2425 Buchanan 
Baldwin Orville D (O D Baldwin & Son) 

r 1000 Green 

bai;d'win pharmacy, 119-121 EUls, 

tel Bush 27 
Baldwin Ransom G, carp, r 820 Bush 
Baldwin Robert P, carp, r 444, 27th 
Baldwin Rosanna, widow, r 1653, 16th 

Av South 
Baldwin Roy P. waiter, r 156. 4th 
Baldwin Sarah D Mrs. r 773 Haight 
Baldwin Sarah L Miss, r 109 Pierce 
Baldwin Scott L, mfrs agt, r 1543 Pin 
Baldwin Sidney M. saw filer, 35. 8th 
Baldwin T, lineman P S Tel & Tel Jo, 

26 Turk 
B.aldwin Theatre. 926 Market 
Baldwin Thomas, ropeman U RR, r 105 

Anderson 
Baldwin Thomas B, carp, r 316 Hayes 
Baldwin Thomas J, opr W U Tel Co, r 

2127 Pine 
Baldwin ■Vera Miss, missionary, r 9 

Hampton PI 
Baldwin Walter H (Baldwin Grille Wks) 
Baldwin William O, pressman, r 919a 

Pacific 
Baldwin William T, stableman, r .'210 

Fell 

BALDWIN & HOWELL 

A S Baldwin pres, J R Howell sec, 
real estate, rent collectors, auction- 
eers and insurance brokers, 25 Post, 
branch office Parnassus Helg-hts, SB 
cor H and 7th Av 

BAI^D^WIN & STETSOK (O C Baldwin 
and H J Stetson) real estate and Ins 
agts. 317 Montgomery, tel Grant 137 

Balentine James, engineer, r 667 Shot- 
well 

Balero Frank, mcht. r 1406 Stockton 

Bales Alexander Z. r 589. 4th 

Bales Walter S. r 433, 2d 

Bales William, electn, r 255 Stevenson ' 

Balestra Giovanni. lab. r 2815, 23a 



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tolfe Michael J. r 2417 Fillmore 
ialfont James (G B Brusco & Co) r 297 

Masonic Av 
ialfour F R S. with Balfour Guthrie & 

Co. 316 California 
iAI.rOUB aUTSKEE k CO, shipping 
and commission mercliants. 316 Cali- 
fornia 
Jalfour J W. fireman Palace Hotel 
Jalger Andrew, r 845 Mission 
ialger Charles C, barber, r 845 Mission 
lalgiT Henry, cabinet mkr. r 617 Bryant 

liser. See Bolger 

(AXiKOBN rBES, grocer and wine mer- 
chant, 701-703 O'Farrell cor Hyde, tel 
Hvde 2741, r 715 O'Farrell 
lalich A Mrs, midwife, r 86 Perry 
Jalich Bros (M and E) liquors. 687 Ellis 
Jalich Elia (Balich Bros) r 641 Ellis 
Balich Michael (Balich Bros) r 641 Ellis 
3ailch Nicholas, restaurant. 2007 Polk, 

r 86 Perry 
CTBalin. See Ballln 

!8aliros Frank, laundryman, r 1539 Pa- 
cific Av 
IBalis Edward B, elk Springfield Fire & 

M Ins Co, r 865 Eddy 
36listieri Annie, widow, r 603 Bay 
Ballstreri Vincent, fish smoker, r 167 

Vandewater 
Ballsturi Charles, driver, r 234 Bay 
Balisturl Salvador, driver, r 19b Vande- 
water 
Balk George B. condtr Presidio & Fer- 
ries Ry Co. r 1102 Filbert 
Balk Stephen S. hoseman Engine 8. r 2031 

Hyde 
Balkan Isadore. cutter, r 2042 O'Farrell 
Balke Edward W. groceries, 1300 Fill- 
more 
Balke John E, elk, r 127b Sliver 
Balkovich Adolph. tanner, r 1601 San 

Bruno Av 
SaJkweli Charles, r 642 Hampshire 
Qalkwell Frank L,, mach. r 611 Eddy 
■J.X.I. A ETEKETT, atty-at-law. 330 
Pine, rooms 61-62, tel John 3286, r 
1123 Laguna 
Ball Alice Mrs, propr The Sea View. 713 

California 
Ball Anna E, widow, r 2116 Lyon 
Ball Bert, r 232 Stockton 
Bali Bert, mach. r 504. 3d 
Ball Byran L. salesman Wright Hard- 
ware Co, r 18 Essex 
Ball Catherine Miss, r 1001 Leavenworth 
Ball Clinton C, elk G H Umbsen & Co, r 

Oakland 
Ball Edgar F, supt B J Bowen. r 2i09 

Sail Fred, lineman, r 3886, 17th 
Sail Fred, porter, r 418 Natoma 
Sail Frederick W. pres Independent OH 

Co. r 2246 Howard 
Sail George, grlpman Cal St RR, r 2012 

Hyde 
9all George A, accountant, r 2372 Pine 
Jail Guilford, watchman Chinese Bu- 
reau, r 116 South Park 
3all Harry, crockery. 326 Hayes 
Ball Harry, mach. r 936 Harrison 
3all Horace W, elk aud disbursements 

8 P Co. r 828 Sutter 
3all James F. artist, r 43. 6th 
Jail Jennie Mrs, notions, 3886. 17th 
3all J Frank, bidr. r 263. 4th Av 
tell John, physician, 1073H Market 
Jail John, salesman Western Meat Co, 

r 172H Clinton Park 
Sail John D. condr Cal St RR, r 1073 

Post 
Sail Joseph, cabinet mkr, r 3232, 17th 
Jail Katherlne M Miss, teacher drawing 

Pub Schools, r 1284 California 



Dos Mesas Exquisite Wines 



319 Montgomiry St. 



Phone Main 3189 



Ball Le.-,ter, barber, r 1393 Harrison 
Ball Ixirenzo D, mining, r 510 Clayton 
Ball Margaret, widow, r 266 Lexington 

Av 
Ball Margaret R, widow, r lOS"* Hayes 
Bill! Mary A Mrs. branch bakery. 2876. 

24th 
Ball M L. r 100 Jones 
Ball Richard M, condtr. r 713 California 
BAIii; SICHABD T M, pay insp U S N. 
IiurclKising pay ofticer in charge U S 
N Pay Office. 330 Phelan Bldg. r The 
lOmpire 
Ball Thaddeus. Ins. r 325 Bartlett 
Ball Walter, salesman, r 526 Turk 
Ball William D. cashier Holbrook, Mer- 
rill & Stetson, r 2372 Pine 
Ball William P, sec Independent Oil Co, 

r 2716, 21st 
IC-Ball. See Balls and Boll 
Ballach Frank, expressman, r 308 Ash Av 
Ballagh Clarence S, druggist F T Green, 

r 500 Devisadero 
Ballagh Frederick L, Joiner, r 507 Oak 
Ballagh John L, stove mounter, r 1724 



BAI^I^AHTHrE AI^S AND POSTERS, 

Santa Barbara Mineral Water Co 

agents. 18 McAllister 
Ballantine Henry W, atty, 202 Sansome 

r The Crocker 
Ballantine William D, bkkpr The Voor- 

man Co, r 800 Bush 
Ballantyne Alexander, supt Light House 

Dept, r 551 Frederick 
CT-Bailantyne. See Ballentyi 



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Ballard Albert, elk, r 318 Point Lobos 



Ballard Carrie A Mrs, adjuster U S 

Mint, r 1595 Clay 
Billiard Charles, teamster, r 160 Perry 
Ballard Charles H, mach, r 787 McAUis- 

Ballard Duane, solicitor Q H Tyson, r 

Oakland 
Ballard Dyer W, mach hand, r 69 South 

Park 
Ballard George, carp, r 318 Point Lobos 

Ballard Harrle S, tide observer U S 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, r 2375 
Filbert 
Ballard Harry S, elk, r 2405 Pacific Av 
Ballard Hattle E, widow, r 142, 8th 
Ballard James W, motrm U RR, r 43 

Ballard Jennie, widow, r 508b Valencia 

BAI.I;ASD J STOW, M D, physician and 
surgeon, office and r 610 Hyde, hours 
2 to 4 pm, Sundays 1 to 2 pm. tel 
East .'iOK 

Ballard Martin J, condtr Pullman Co, 
r 609 Ellis 

Ballard Milton, r 781 Sutter 

Ballard R C, condtr U RR, r 1334 Utah 

Ballard Sanford K, accountant, 401 Cal- 
ifornia, r Alameda 

Ballard W, carp, r 69 Sovith Park 



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Bohemian Extra Pale 

PUREST BEER MADE 

STANDARD BOTTLING CO., Sole Agents 

Phone James 5166 



Ballard Wallace, cigars, 433, 4th, r 160 

Perry 
Ballard William A, tile setter, r 142, 8th 
Ballaseux Arthur R, cook, r 516 Natoma 
Ballen Philip L. cigar mfr, 1520 Folsom 
Ballenberg- Nathan, musician, r 317 Bush 
Ballenger Helen, widow, r 212 Clara rear 
Balenger Wiliam W, collr Kragens, r 

3015 Laguna 
CyBallenger, See Ballinger, Bellinger 

and Bollinger 
BAI.I.EITTIirE JAMSS A, atty-at-law. 

540 Crossley Bldg, tel Bush 715, r 

Piedmont 
CTBallentlne. See Ballantine, Ballan- 

tyne and Balantyne 
Ballerin George, barber, r 129, 3d 
Balletti John, r 117 Harriet 
Balletto Frederick, elk Pedrotta & Zam- 

belli, r 154 Henry 
Balletto Gabriel, fruits, t 154 Henry 
Balletto John J, hoseman Engine 9, r la 

Goodsel PI 
Balletto Joseph, r 154 Henry 
Balletto Louis P, truck-man truck 5, r 

154 Henry 
Ballhaus Charles, propr Charter Oak 

Dairy. 816 Naples 
Balliau Edward, cigars, 530 Washington, 

r 331 Kearny 
Ballick Matthew, lab. r 9 Kate 
Ballin Fannie, widow, r 1513 Gough 
Ballin Morris, bkkpr, r 1212 Sutter 
C?-Ballin. See Balin and Ballen 
Ballinger Arthur W, salesman Phil B 

Bekeart Co, r Corte Madera, Marin 

Ballinger Frederick S, mach U I Wks, r 

690 McAllister 
Ballinger George T, pres and mgr Sierra 

Glass Co. r 457 Frederick 
Ballinger H Y. watchman John Breuner 

Co. r Oakland 
Ballinger Jesse A, gripman U RR, r 434, 

24th Av 
Ballinger John, teamster, r 1046 McAl- 

Ballinger Marcus, cap mkr, 945 Folsom 
Balhnger Theodore E, sheet metal wkr, 

r 457 Frederick 
Ballinger Willia,m H, wool presser, r 11 



Allist 

Ballinger William V, painter, r 30 Dame 
CT-Ballinger. See Ballenger, Bellinger 

and Bollinger 
Ballod Peter, seaman, r 93 8 Harrison 
BAI.I,OXr ADDrE Zi, notary public and 

portrait artist, 401 Donohoe Bldg. 

1190 Market 
Ballou Roy, r 1606 Howard 
Balls J George, salesman Western Meat 

Co, r 119. 27th 
Balls William, ironwkr. r 1990 Folsom 
Ballser Edward C, lab. r 2415, 18th 
Bally Alexander G, truck bldr S P Co, r 



Balmoral The, apartments, 1135 Masonic 

alfour. 



Balny Alexander J, feather cleaner, 1275 

Pacific 
Balny Eugene, with White House, r 21a 

Glover 
Balocca Antonio, waiter, r 1813 Dupont 
Baloise Fire Insurance Co (of Basle) 

Syz & Co gen agts, 308 California 
Baloise Marine Ins Co (Basle) 311 Cali- 

ifornia 
Baloun Joseph P, draftsman U I Wks, r 

1107 Filbert 
Balowski Casimir. r 2302% California 
Balsami Antonio, lab, r 1315 Sansome 
IE7Balser. See Ballser, Baltzer and Bal- 

zen 
Balsley John E, elk, r 18 Turk 
Balssa Henry H. grainer, r 20 Roach 
Balta Arthur, mach, r 1340. 19th Av 
Balthasar Max A, mgr Scripps News 

Assn, r Alameda 
Balthis James H, printer, r 1814 Larkin 
Baltiansky D, mach, r 378, 1st 
Baltic George W, sculptor, r 2530 Gough 
Baltimore The. 1015 Van Ness Av 
Baltimore & Ohio RR Co, P Harvey genl 

agt, 532 Market 
Baltrame Joseph, r 915 Montgomery 
Baltrano Nicolo, fisherman, r 914 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Baltrusch Charles, stev, r 1902 Union 
Baltz Charles (Cal Brewing Co), r 166 

Douglass 
Baltz Charles Jr, plumber, r 166 Doug- 
lass 
Baltz Henry W, carp, r 323 Grant Av 
CJ-Baltz. See Balz 
Baltzer Charles, r 1313 Larkin 
Baltzer Frederick G, rectifier, r 1313 

Larkin 
Ealvo Joseph, barber, r 1419 Stockton 
Balz Adolph, elk Postoffice, r 53 Holly 
Balz Albert, bkkpr, r 2652, 21st 
Balz Bros & Finkeldey (L and Mrs J 
Balz and C Finkeldey) tannery, 1445 
San Bruno Av 
Balz Julia, widow (Balz Bros & Finkel- 
dey) r 2652. 21st 
Balz Louis (Balz Bros & Finkeldey) r 

1436 Vermont 
Balz Louis Jr, foreman Balz Bros & 

Finkeldey, r 2652, 21st 
Balz Rudolph, currier, r 2652, 21st 
Balz Valentine, butcher, r 1421, 7th Av 

South 
in?Balz. See Baltz 

Balzarini Charles, steward, r 56 Clara Av 
Balzarini Charles E, dentist, r 56 Clara 

Av 
Balzarini Domenico, scavenger, r 971 Al- 
abama 
Balzer George, insp, r 636 Commercial 
Balzer Julius, elk A J Prager & Sons, r 

2329 Pine 
Balzer Michael J, lab, r 5 Harrison Av 
Balzer Peter, propr Eureka Hotel, 415 

Brannan 
Balzer William W, patrolman Morse D 
and P System, r 1485, 22d Av South 
O'Balzer. See Balser and Baltzer 
BABIANN OTTO, pres Home Mfg Co, 

556-558 Brannan, r 731 Minna 
CyBamann. See Bammann 
Bambach Charles, elev opr, r 123 Eddy 
Bambaud Jean, grocer, r 7 Stephens Ct 
Bambauer Daniel G. r 1505 Jones 
Bambauer L D Miss, stewardess SS 

Doric, r Occidental Hotel 
Bambenck John J, printer, r 3261 Sacra- 
mento 
Bamber Walter E. cashier Studebaker 

Bros Co, r 480 Ellis 
Bamberger Barney, r 2855 Sacramento 
Bamberger Bertha, widow, r 1854 Fell 
Bamberger E H Mrs, stenog, 970 Market, 
r 1754 Sutter 



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3 tt O 3, attys-at-law, 
401-403 Clans Spreckels Bldg 

Bamberger J & Co (Julius Bamberger) 
whsle clKars, 406 Sacramento 

Bamberger Julius (J Bamberger & Co) 
r St Francis Hotel 

[Bamberger Justin, merchant, r 1754 Sut- 

CBamberger. See Baumberger 
Bamberry James H, adjutant Salvation 

Army, r 85a Woodward Av 
Bamburg Rosa, widow, r 3101 California 
Bambury Patrick G. elk, r 125 Hermann 
'Sam ford Emma, widow, r 1208 Valencia 
iBammann DIedrich, liquors. 199 Valen- 
I cl.i, r 47 Elgin Park 
iBammann Fred H, r 385 Shotwell 
Bammann Frederick R, elk Postofflce 
'Bammann Henry, teamster, r 385 Shot- 
well 
IBammann Henry N, elk local frt S P Co. 

r 1325 York 
IBammann Herman H, r 385 Shotwell 
iBampie Max, 2d hand clothing, 506 Pa- 
cific ' 
Bamsbott Joseph, stone wkr, r 728 Lau- 



S & Q Gump Co, 



rel 
Bamstedt Henry, ec 

r 1077 Valencia 
Banachowskl John, tailor, r 483 Tehama 
iBanachowskl John Jr, boilermkr, r 483 

Tehama 
Banahan Edward, gripman U RR, r 320 

Tehama 
Banahan Henry, r 1880 Mission 
C^Banahan. See Bannahan 
Banca Itallana Colombo, 614 Washington 
Banchero John, bottler, r 136 Fillmore 
:Banchero Joseph, lab. r 4 20H Filbert 
iBanchero Lulgl, scavenger, r 420^4 Fll- 
I bert 

Banch.ro R, lab, r 735 Brannan 
Banchero Rosle Mrs, r 641 L.omt>ard 
Banchero Sllvo, lab. r 316V4 Langton 
Bancroft Edward P, salesman Carter- 
Kerr Shoe Co, r 1300 Pine 
iBanrroft EkJwin, salesman, r 804 Stan- 
Bancroft Fred A, elk frgt Aud S P Co. 
, r 579 OFarrell 

[Bancroft Harlow P. sec Holcomb, Breed 
' & Bancroft, r Oakland 
Bancroft H H. office History Bldg, r St 

Dun.Ttans 
Bancroft History Bldg, 723 Market 
Banf-roft Llbr.iry The, 1538 Valencia 
BAVCBOFT FAXrXi, mgr History Bldg 

anil St. Dunstans, ofHce 723 Market, 

r St Uunstans 
Bancroft Philip, atty. 723 Market, r St 



Bancroft Walter G, condtr U RR, r 3228, 

22d 
Bancroft W H, r Hotel St Francis 
BAVOBOFT-WKXTHXT OO, F P Stone 
pre.s. Fr.-d li Sanli-.m vice-pres, S B 
Fi>lKer trens, Charl-.s F Stone sec, law 
b'K.k publi.-ilii-r.s. r, 12-622 California 
Band AtiguHt C. iiutcher. 707 Valencia 
Band Catherine Mrs, r 832 Mission 
Band Clarence J (Band & TIerney) r 530 
Stockton 



I Band Fred, butcli 
lUAtn) aOI>SriEXJ> ICnrarO OO, Henry 
1 F Hand pres and mgr, 137 Montgom- 
ery, r.-.ms 211-30. tcl main 3067 

BAHD KEHST P, pres and mgr Band 
Goldfleld Mining Co, 137 Montgoro- 
I ery. rof.ms 29-30, tel Main 3067. r 
: 1059 Bush, tel Sutter 4501 

Band Jacob, cutter, r 584b Castro 

Band J08e<ph, butcher, r 707 Valencia 
I Band .Martin, lab. r 35 Lexington Av 

Band Mayne. elk, r 832 Mission 



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Band & TIerney (C J Band and J TIer- 
ney) liquors, 647 Post 
Bandemar Augustus A, salesman Wltzel 

& Baker, r 207 Larkin 
Bandemar John W, sup, r 1221 Page 
Bandettini G, gardener Colombo Mkt 
Bandewald Louis, glassblower, r 1007 

Golden Gate Av 
Bandixen Martin, driver, r 662 Fulton 
Handle Frederick, r 22 Mint Av 
Bandle George E, elk Frgt Aud S P Co, 

r 563, 23d 
Bandman Louis T, stationery 1027 How- 
ard 
Bandmann Charles J, mining engr, 608 

California, r 1594 Vallejo 
Bandoni Giovanni, butcher, 135 Hayes, r 

1519^4 Market 
Bandoni Peter, peddler, r 8 Gaines 
Banducci August, fruits, r 1330 Broad- 



ith Mut Life Ins Co of 



Bandy George L. 

N Y, r Oakland 
Bandy James, lab, r 1201',^ Howard 
Bandy Roland J. jeweler, r 120H4 How- 
ard 
Bane Adam C Rev, pastor Howard St M 

E church, r 374, 1st 
Bane Arthur D. salesman, r 2896 Folsom 
Pane Charles H, atty. Mills Bldg, r San 

Jose, Cal 
Bana Estate Co, Mills Bldg 
Tiane James J, r 503 Van Ness Av 
Bane John R. ins broker, r 904 Devisa- 

dero 
CTBane. See Bahn, Bain and Baine 
Baneba Pasquale, r 710 Lombard 
Bangasser William F, elk Ry Mall Serv- 
ice, r Alameda 
Banfleld C^harles, druggist Cooper Med- 
ical College, r 1911 Bush 
Banfleld Douglas R J, stenog O'Brien & 

Sons r 1123 Geary 
Banfleld Isaac N, electn, r 284, 7th Av 
Banfleld Jesse T, cigars, 716 Kearny, r 

706 Powell 
Banfleld Llddie C, widow, r 2956 Web- 



lin 
Uiing Henry, stableman, r 560 Valencia 
Bang John, lab, r 734 Montgomery 
Bangert George A, barlndr, r 683 Clem- 
entina 
Banghert Jacob W, whitewasher, r 804 

McAllister 
Bangle Edward Jr, elk U I Wks, r 619 

York 
Bangle Jasper, r 1229a Bush rear 
Bangle Samuel J, boxmkr, r 1229a Bush 
Hangs Albert, salesman, r 3506, 20tti 
Hangs Beecher I, elk storekpr U RR. r 

108, 11th 
Bangs Benjamin (Berry & Bangs) r 

Berkeley 
Bangs Edgar H, salesman Byron Jack- 

8<m Mach Wks, r 628 Sutt.-r 
Bangs Edward J. elk David.soii & Leigh, 

r 8 Dale PI 



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Corporation 

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Bangs Edward L, elk Chronicle, r 526% 

Liberty 
Bangs Frank C, photr, r 3808, 22d 
BAKaS FRANKI^D', see Home Fire and 
Marine Ins Co, 409 California, r Oak- 
land 
Bangs Isaae P, bkkpr Geo H Bucking- 
ham, r 2710 Regent, Berkeley 
Bangs Julia F, widow, r 736 Shotwell 
Bank Antone, ironwkr, r 1633, 16th Av 

South 
BANK COMMISSIOirEBS, Guy B Bar- 
ham, Charles H Dunsmoor, Herman 
Silver and Zoeth S Eldredge, office 
530 California 
Bank EJxaminers, National, 231 Mont- 
gomery 
BANK EXCaAiraB, Duncan Nicol 
propr, SB cor Montgomery and Wash- 
ington 
Bank Joseph G, art glass wkr, 

Eddy 
BANK OT BBITISS NOBTH 

ICA, H M J McMichael and A S ire- 
land agtB, 120 Sansome 

BANK OP CAIIPOBNIA THE, Homer S 
King pres, Charles R Bishop vice- 
pres, Frank B Anderson vice-pres, 
Irving F Moulton cashier, NW cor 
California and Sansome 
BANK OF CAX.IFOBNIA BTXIi:J>INO 
THE, NW cor California and San- 
some 
BANK OP ITAIiT, A Chichizola pres, A 
P GianninI vice-pres, G S CagUeri 
cashier. 1 Montgomery Av 
Bank of San Francisco (in liquidation) 

331 Pine 
Bank of Tarapaca and Argentina Ltd, 
W R Grace & Co agts, NE cor Cali- 
fornia and Battery 
Bank Walter V. bartndr, r 1330 Turk 
Banke Gustave, assayer, r 221i^ Natoma 
Banke Herman, elk, r 221% Natoma 
Bankenbach Theodore, sausagemkr, r 

126, 5th 
Banker August, hoseman Engine 28, r 

326 Lombard 
Banker William H, elk, r 326 Lombard 
Bankers Life Assn (Des Moines, Iowa) 

G F Wink agt. 14 McAllister 
BANKERS I.OAN ANB TRUST CO, R 
H Warfleld pres W S Miller vice pres, 
Rav Knight sec, 910 Mutual Savings 
Bank Bldg 
Bankhead Obadiah, mgr West, Elliott & 

Gordon, r 669 Polk 
Bankowski William, supt Alaska Pack- 
ers' Assn, r 2457 Sacramento 
Banks Albert, electn, r 256 Stevenson 
Banks Alfred B, physician, 1095 Market, 

r 3438. 16th 
Banks Arthur H, lather, r 533 Valencia 
Banks Bernard, student, r 256 Stevenson 
Banks David B, mach, r 637 Jessi^ 
Banks Edward, porter, r 310% Minna 
Banks Edward T. r 717 Stockton 
Banks Frank, porter S P Co, r 252% Te- 
hama 
Banks Fred W, junk. 1078 Howard, r 

2624, 21st 
Banks George, mach, r 125 Valley 
Banks Harry C, bkkpr, r 508 Franklin 



Banks Harry C, salesman M Marcuse & 

Co, r 932 Van Ness Av 
Banks Hugh C. civil engr, r 728 Powell 
Banks Jessie F Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 2266 Vallejo 
Banks John A, elk, r 180 Guerrero 
Banks Joseph, elk. r 639 Devisadero 
Banks Mary, widow, 508 Franklin 
Banks May Mrs, stewardess, r 256 Stev- 
enson 
Banks Robert W, Ry postal elk, r 111b! 

Franklin 
Banks Roy G, student, r 315 Golden Gate 

Av 
Banks Roy R, salesman Sanborn, Vail & 

Co. r 256 Stevenson 
Banks Samuel F, salesman, r 618 O'Far- 

rell 
Banks Sarah J, widow, r 637 Jessie 
Banks Thomas, mgr Spratt's Patent 

(Ltd) r 450 Bartlett 
Banks William, r 8 Stark 
Banks William, r 3268, 21st 
Banks William, lab, r 60S Folsom 
Banks William E (Banks & Belknap), r 

607 Diamond 
Banks William H, physician Lane Hos- 
pital, r 1143 McAllister 
Banks' William O, architect, 126 Kearny, 

r 1419% Washington 
BANKS & BEI^KNAP (W E Banks and 
V J Belknap) plumbing, tinning and 
gas fitting, 607 Diamond nr 23d. tel 
Capp 5181 
Bankson Joseph L, shirtmkr, r 366 Na- 

Bankson Joseph R, driver W F & Co Ex, 

r 112 Lake 
Bankson Samuel B. electn Winchester 

Hotel 
Banky Charles, engr Lachman & Jacob!, 

r 348, 4th 
Bannahan Ellen, widow, r 221, 13th 
CSBannahan. See Banahan 
Bannan Barbara C Miss, teacher p-ub 

schools, r 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Charles, hamessmkr, r 1365 

Golden CJate Av 
Bannan Elizabeth, widow, r 1365 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bannan George B, elk, r 1820 Webster 
Bannan John P, r 3215, 23d 
Bannan Lewis M (Bannan's Typewriters' 

Eixchange) r 2130 Pierce 
Bannan Maggie Mrs, propr The Waldorf, 

233 Taylor 
Bannan Patrick, r 2953, 21st 
BANNAN FSZLEP i, pres and mgr Pa- 
cific Gear & Tool Wks, 529 Mission, r 

727 Capp 
Bannan Thomas F, pres Reliance Realty 

and Trust Co, r 3237 23d 
Bannan William (William Bannan & 

Co) r Oakland 
Bannan William & Co (W Bannan) 

stock brokers, 326 Pine 
Bannan William J, capt truck 9, r 2976, 

23d 
ID' Bannan. See Bannahan and Bannon 
BANNAN'S TTPEWRITER EXCSANOE 

(Lewis M Bannan) typewriting ma- 
chines and supplies, 307 Montgomery, 

tel Main 5322 
Bannatyne Matthew, paper carrier, r 

2121 O'Farrell 
Banner Alfred, tanner, r 2208 San Bruno 

Av 
Banner Charles, elastic stockings, r 184 

Noe 
BANNER PI^OTTB UUO^S (Paso Ro- 

bles) Sperry Flour Co proprs, 133 

Spear 
Banner George, paper hanger, r 425 

O'Farrell 
Banner George H, elk Royal and Queen 

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Banner Hill Gold Mining Co, James 
Flood Bldg 

Banner Marcus, mfrs agf, 809 Market, r 
1002 Van Ness Av 

Banner Mary, widow, r 2208 San Bruno 
Av 

Banner Milton G. elk M Banner, r 1002 
Van Ness 

Bannerman John S Mrs, r 3432, 20th 

Bannerman Thomas R. mining, r 3432, 
20th 

Banneret Eugene A, mach, r 2141 Mis- 
sion 

Bannerot Eugene A Jr, elk Pac Hard- 
ware and Steel Co, r 2141 Mission 

Bannick Johannas F, director Hlnz & 
Landt Inc, r 286 Devisadero 

Banning Francis A Mrs, prin Everett 
Gram School, r 668 Castro 

Banning John, flagman S P Co. r 589, 4th 

Banning Joseph, lab, r 515 Howard 

Banning Kate P Miss, supt Silver St 
Kindergarten, r 668 Castro 

BAinnSTES AXiFKEO, public expert 
accountant, 404 Call Bldg 

BannUter Edward J, millhand, r 43 Silver 

Bannister George, carp, r 810 Vallejo 

Bannister George W, Janitor, r 631a Na- 

Bannister J A. elk Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co, r Berkeley- 
Bannister John H, shipwright, r 219a 

Rltch 
Bannister Joseph S. r 43 Silver 
Bannister Julius, seaman, r 370 Natoma 
Bannister William A, porter W F & Co 

Ex, r 43 Silver 
Bannon A G, foreman Calkins News- 
paper Syndicate, r 2000 McAllister 
Bannon Frank, cementwkr, r 444 Bran- 
nan 
Bannon James, bartndr, r 214, 3d 
Bannon James S, groceries, 71 Natoma 
Bannon John F, lab. r 352, 11th 
Bannon Malachi, special policeman, r 

352, 11th 
Bannon Margaret, widow, r 352. 11th 
Bannon Mary Miss, lodgings. 761% How- 
ard 
Bannon Patrick, lab. r 352, llth 
Bannon William, molder, r 352, llth 
CTBannon. See Bannan 
Bannworth Philip, liquors, 2399 Mission 
Eansemer Charles, cementwkr, r 613 

Mission 
Bansemer Theodore M, barber, r 1516, 

21st Av South 
Bansleben H, lab, r 1408 Silver Av 
Banta Ada, widow, r 137 Polk 
Banta George I, salesman, r 1371 Waller 
Bantel Charles A, bakery, 123 Taylor 
Bantel Christ, wood turner, r 959a Bry- 
ant 
Bantel George W, elk Payot, Upham & 

Co, r 1108 Page 
Eantovich Carlo, cooper, r 4 Magner PI 
Bantovich Peter, cooper, r 4 Mayner PI 
Bantz Frank, waiter, r 967 Mission 
Banti George, elk, r 709 Polk 
Banyard Robert, botlermkr, r 41 Octavia 
Banz Alois A, mgr sales dept Cudahy 

Packing Co, r 907 Diamond 
Banzet C, cook Palace Hotel 
Banzhaf Bros (H A, J A and F A) proprs 

Old Homestead Bakery, 3260, 19th 
Banzhaf Frank A (Banzhaf Bros), r 132 

Sherman Av 
Banzhaf Harry A (Banzhaf Bros) r 2262 

Howard 
Banzhaf Illman, baker, r 40 Shotwell 
Banzhaf John A (Banzhaf Bros) r 132 

Sherman Av 
Banzhaf Robert O, baker, r 40 Shotwell 
Baptist Chinese Church and Mission, 
Rev George Campbell supt, NW cor 
Sacramtnto and Waverly PI 



Savings and Loan Society 



DlBHOTOKS— Arthur A. Smith. Horace Darli 
O.E. Goodman. A. N. Drown, -Wmia K. Diivli 
C. R, Bishop, W. B. Duunlug, E. C. Burr, Vai 



Baptist Chinese Young Men's Christian 

AKsn, 7 Waverly PI 
Baptist Joseph, laundryman. r 265, 10th 

Av 
Baptlsta Joseph, treas Portuguese Com- 
mission Co, r 1951 Geary 
Baptlsta Joseph J, bookkpr Swiss-Am 

Bank, r 1951 Geary 
Baptists Anton, r 4113 California 
Baptiste Candevan, laundryman, r341, 3d 
Baptiste Jean, lab, r 824 Pacific rear 
Baptiste John, r 4113 California 
Baptiste John, teamster. Q M Dept USA 
Baptiste Joseph, driver S F Laundry 
Bixptlste Joseph, lab. r 571b Minna 
Baptisti Louis, cook, r 41 Zoe 
B,iciuat Joseph, lab, r 1915, 21st Av South 
BAB ASSO<:iATIOir OF SAN 7BAIT- 
CISCO, W S Goodfellow ores, George 
J Martin sec and librarian, John M 
Burnett treas, 530 California 
Bar Henry, teamster, r 528, 8th Av South 
Bar Jacob, teamster, r 528, 8th Av South 
Bar Joseph C, teamster, r 528, 8th Av 

South 
Barack D A, marine eng, r 443 O'Far- 

rell 
Baraco Conrad, mgr Edison Electric 

Constructtlon Co, r 515 Broderick 
Baraco Edward, cook, r 1026 Hyde 
Baraco Ray, widow, r 949 Sutter 
Baraco Vincent, shoemkr, 1843 Howard 
ICTBaraco. See Barraco 
Barada Henry J (Smith & Barada), r 749 

Baker 
Barada Neita, widow, r 922 Natoma 
Baradot Edward, stableman, r 1309 Har- 
rison 
Biiradot Jules G, packer Tillmann & 

Bendel, r 800 Montgomery 
Baraf Harry, wood turner, r 1119% Har- 
rison 
Baratfa Samuel, r 11 Harrison Av 
Baragnola Fred, steward, r 215 Kearny 
Baragrotardo George, restaurant, 777 

Folsom 
Barallle John, wagonmkr, r 1649. 15th 

Av South 
Baramla Alice, widow, r 260% Minna 
Barand Frank, barber, r 1103c Folsom 
Barandum John, tailor, r 26 Joyce 
Baranoft V V, r 642 Geary 
Barasch Joseph, hotelkpr, r 273, 14th 
ICBarasch. See Barrasch 
Baratterl Pletro, lab, r 620 Green 
Baratti John A Mrs, r 780 Turk 
Baraty EMward F, optician, r 1277 Eddy 
Baraty Francois, r 708 Waller 
Baraty George E. cashier, r 1277 EJddy 
Baraty Guatav L, bkkpr. r 1277 Eddy 
Baraty Jean, r 708 Waller 
Barawaueth John, master mariner. 1 

Ferry Bldg 
Barbagclata D Mrs. widow, r 1395 Ma- 
sonic Av 
Barbagclata Domenlco. messenger Ital- 
ian-American Bank, r 433a Broadway 
Barbagclata Giovanni (Foppiano & Bar- 
bagclata). r 433a Broadway 
Barbanell Flablan. soda water mfr, r 

1208% Valencia 
Btirbano Joseph A. stenog Pinkerton's 

Nat Detective agy. r Oakland 
•Rarhano Lnlgl. mosaic wkr. r 504 Union 



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Barbari Robert, teamster, r 819 Chestnut 

Barbari S, r 2319 Mason 

Barbash Benjamin, pawnbroker, li32, 3d, 
r 1176 Ellis 

BARBAT J HENB-r, M D, surgeon and 
gynecologist, office 590 Sutter, hours 
1 to 4 pm, tel Front 90, r 1418 Suttter, 
hours 7 to 8 pm, tel East 367 

BABBAT WIX.I.XAltI P, M D, physician 
and surgeon, office and r 1310 Folsom, 
hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8 pm, tel South 
630 

Barbe Camille, widow, r 152 Wood 

Barbe John, laundry, 1539 Pacific Av 

Barbe Marcel, nurse French Hospital 

collr Eastern Outfitting 



xrbe Ma 



Co, r 817 

Barbe Pierre, baker, r 643 Broadway 
Barbe Theodore (Salles & Barbe) r 643 

Broadway 
Earbeau Charles, elevator opr, r 615 Na- 

toma 
Barheau James, Janitor, r 615 Natoma 
Bfirbee Agnes Mrs, r 661 Waller 
Barbee Ellis W, elk, r 3728, 16th 
Barbee Emma H, widow, r 1074 Union 
Barbee Frank P (Oceanic E^xpress Co) r 

1074 Union 
Barbee George, emp Tubbs Cordage Co 
Barbee Harry B, r 1074 Union 
Barbee Jesse W, painter P S Tel & Tel 

Co, r 510 Hill 
Barbee Leon, cashier C K Blender, r 1004 

Market 
Barbee Robert B (Oceanic Express Co) 

r 219% Harrison 
Barbee Samuel E, caterer, r 1312V4 Mis- 
sion 
Barbee Sim, furniture, 323, 6th, r 1004 

Market 
Barbee Simeon W, r 1004 Market 
Barbee William P, comp, r 271 Minna 
Barber Albert H, salesman Cal Casket 



Barber 
Barber 



524 Elli; 
^nn. widow, r 943 Capp 
Vnnie D Miss, r 943 Capp 
i;arber Arthur, electn, r 1128 Filbert 
Barber Arthur F, sec Fred B Haight & 

Co, r Alameda 
BABEEB ASPHAI^T FAVZHG CO THE, 
Gratz K Brown supt, 224 Rialto Bldg 
Barber B H, elevator insp Voss, Conrad 



Barber Edgar H, salesman Payot, Up- 

ham & Co, r 645 Bush 
Barber Hdson J, barber, r 2509 Van Ness 

Barber Emma J Miss, teacher Garfield 

school, r 1612 Vallejo 
Barber George, fireman tug Sea Witch, r 

727a Broadway 
Barber George B, sec Shreve & Barber 

Co, r 352, 4th Av 
Barber Harry A, pressman Walter N 

Brunt Co, r 3833, 24th 
Barber James, rectifier, r 4117, 24th 
Barber John H, foreman Walker Bros, r 

214. 3d 
Barber Julia, widow, r 906 Capp 
Barber, J W, r 1230 Pine 
Barber Lillian Miss, nurse, r 943 Capp 



Barber Lyman, with Cal Caskef Co, 

Alameda 
Barber Margretta, widow, delicacies, 

1026 Hyde, r 1304 Pine ' 
Barber Mary, widow, r 306 Munich 
Barber Oscar T, atty. Mills Bldg, 

Berkeley 
Barber Paul, elk J GrifEo, r 140 Steine 
Barber Phineas S, chief elk U S Attor- 
ney, r 129 Hyde 
Barber Robert L, tailor, 262 O'Farrell 
Barber Thomas H, pilot, 520 Battery, r 

1612 Vallejo 
Barber William B, mining eng, 508 Cal- 
ifornia, r Alameda 
Barber William J, with Geo W Caswell 

Co, r 280 Frederick 
Barber W K, marine eng, 36 Bast 

South 
BABBEB ZACHABT T, carpet cleaning, 
228, 14th, tel White 261, r 1747 Mis- 
sion 
CT-Barber. See Barbier and Barbour 
Barbera Bernard (Barbera & Stampan- 

onij r 1232 Dupont 
Barbera & Stampanoni (B Barbera and 
P Stampanoni) liquors, 1203 Dupont 
Barberis Marcellino, baker, r 960 Pine 
Barbero Battista, mcht, r 1232 Dupont 
Barbero Giovanni, bakery, 625% Union 
Barbetta Angelo, scavenger, r 420 Broad- 
way 
Barbetta Filomena, widow, r 1710 Stock- 

Barbetta Joseph, teamster, r 1710 Stock- 
ton 

Barbetta Nicholas, driver Monitor Bat- 
tery 1, r 108d Silver 

Barbetta Vincent, salesman, r 1710 
Stockton 

Barbica Paul, cooper, r 168 South Park 

Barbich John, oysters, 108a Taylor, r 51 



& Van 



Stevenson 
Barbier A R, comp, Phillips 

Orden Co, r 452 Ellis 
Barbier Howard, r 1927 DevisaderO 
Barbier Howard F, salesman W K Van- 

derslice Co, r 236 1 Larkin 
Barbier Martin, r 36 Ritch 
(CTBarbier. See Barber and Barbour 
Barbierl Albert, salesman Pac Coast Bis- 
cuit Co, r 1425% Pacific Av 
Barbieri Andrew, r 754 Brannan 
Barbierl Antonio, lab, r 1 Varennes 
Barbieri August, salesman Barbieri & 

Wagner, r 1626 Haight 
Barbieri Bartholomew, liquors, 1311 

Polk, r 1849 Larkin 
grc 
Barbieri Charles M, 

nan 
Barbieri Bugenio, lab, r 322 Green 
Barbieri Flora, widow, r 222 Precita A-v 
Barbierl Gennaro, lab, r 523 Vallejo 
Barbieri George, lab, r 754 Brannan 
Barbieri Henry V, marine eng, r 1425% 

Pacific 
Barbieri Joseph, lab, r 1 Varennes 
Barbieri Louis, "broommkr, r 322 Greer 
Barbieri Paul (Barbieri & Wagner) 

1626 Haight 
Barbieri Peter (Sar 

r 661 Green 
Barbieri Richard, 

Montgomery 
Barbierl Salvator 



Francisco Paste Co) 
candymkr, r 1 



, -■ 1 Varennes 

Barbieri Samuel, painter, r 322 Green 
Barbieri Stephen, r 14251/2 Pacific 
BABBIEBI & WAQNEB (P Barbieri and 
A S Wagner) jobbers and mfs pic- 
tures, frames and mouldings, German 
and French plate mirrors, 469 Geary, 
tel Main 30S0. 
Barbolla Bonifacio, janitor, r 929 Wash- 
ington 



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irb..ncliielli P & Co (P Barlx.nchlolli,- 
I, Dtlla Magglora and A Bogglaiuii 
r.stauranl, 509 Washington. and 
liiiuors. 525 Sansomp 
Barlionchlelli Peter (P. Barbonchlelll & 
3*9 Vallejo 
Charles O. gardener, r 2408 

• Eklwln F. elk Genl Elec Co. r 
1 ind 

] Fred F. mgr sales dept Genl 
Co. r Oakland 
BARBOTTB SIX.TEB CO, silverware, A 
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BARBOUB W A, with The Linen Thread 
: Oakland 

' ■ur. See Barber and Barbler 
1 Peter, cook, r 415H Nanoma rear 

J 1' k Claus F, bartndr, r 1127 Har- 

Bur'i.rack Ferdinand, printer, r 322 Lom- 
bard 
Barbrack Frederick, baker, r 322 Lom- 
* bard 

Barbrack William, elk. r 322 Lombard 
Barbros Paul, wiremkr. r 29 Minna 
Barcei John N. lab U S Mint, r 1314 

Minna 
Barcelona The, lodgings, 797 O'Farrell 
Barchard Charles, r 1528 Bush 
Barchi Antonio (Cheschlnl & Co) r 8 

Burgoyne PI 
Barcis Clement, driver, r 1501 Broadway 
Barclay Christina, widow, r 903% Powell 
Barclay Frederick A. painter, r 435 Turk 
Barclav George, lab, r 215, lllh 
Barclay Hattie. widow, r 1727 Church 
Barclay John, cook, r 1022 Jackson 
Barclay Mabel E Miss, teacher embroid- 
ery, 3250. 22d 
Barclay Mary, widow, dressmkr. r 15% 

RItch 
Barclay Robert A. elk Frgt Aud S P Co, 

r 306 Sanchez 
Barclay Robert H, car builder S P Co, 

r 411 Lisbon 
CT Barclay. See Barkley 
Barcus Antone. lab, rill Natoma 
Bard August, waiter, r 631 E>ddy 
Bard Ellsworth, r 1002 Polk 
Bard Gustav. bookbr. r 718',4 Union 
narda Jessie Miss, harpist, r 1196 Val- 
encia 
Bardella Joseph, foreman Am Can Co. r 

1 123 Montgomery 
Bardelllni Angelo. salesman, r 7 Hodges 

Alley 
Bardelllni Fred, r 834 Ellis 
Bardelllni Joseph, purchasing agt. Har- 
bor Commissioners, r 404 Turk 
Bardelllni Vincent (A Enea & Co) r 7 

Hodges Pi 
Harden Charles, porter, r 678 McAllis- 
ter 
Barden Charles Jr. elk Sunset Press, r 

67S McAllister 
Barden George, elk. r 678 McAllister 
Barden Harry, salesman, r 1336 Florida 
Bard.n James, stev. r 2918 Lagiina 
Barden John. stev. r 2918 Laguna 
Barden Susan, widow, r 1336 Florida 
Barden Thomas, rope mkr, r 1336 Flor- 
ida 
Bardenhagen Claus, boatman, r 110 Holt- 
man Av 
Bardet Alexander, mustard mfr. 819 San- 
some, r 520 Greenwich 
Bardet George A, millwright, r 1860 

Stockton 
Bardet Marguerite C Mrs. teacher pub 

schools, r 1744 Fillmore 
Bar.lina Joseph, fruits. 1506 Duponl. r 
r, Xohle Alley 



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Bardo Fred A. elk. Eastmar 

r 1664 Webster 
Bardofsky Goodman, tailor. 



r 832 Fol- 



butcher, r 251'^ Har- 
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Bardon Eugene 

riet 
Bardue DeLoss R, 

207 Larkln 
Bar Due Nelson, dentist, 1584 Market, r 

207 Larkln 
Barduhn John, tailor, 126 Kearny, r 2305 

25th 
Bardwell William, mining, r 114 Turk 
BARE BROS (Solomon Bare) carpets 

an.l furniture, 1251-1257 Market, tel 

South 147 
Bare E E, upholst John Hoey & Co. r 

725»4 Minna 
Bare Gustav. with Lachman & Co. r 

1386 McAllister 
Bare Irwin, salesman. Bare Bros, r 1128 

McAllister 
Bare Minnie B Miss, bkkpr Gerson & 
Octavia 
watchman, r 1409 Oc- 



Baer. r 
Bare Owen 

tavla 
Bare R. upholsrt John H" 



228 



Bare Solomn 



(Bare Br 



) r 1792 Post 
1521. 22d Av 

South, tel Butchertown 4 4 
Bareilles Felicien. r 20 O'Farrell 
Bareilles Jacques, director Baylc. La- 

coste & Co and Cal Fertilizer Wks. 

r 1436 7th Av South 
Bareilles John. cook, r 417 Powell 
Bareilles John M, cellarman, r 9 Ha- 
vens 
Bareilles John P, foreman M Friedman 

& Co. r 1793 Greenwich 
Bareilles Joseph, laundry, 612 Broad- 
way 
Earelkosky Stanislaus, carrier PostofBce, 

r 126 Rose Av 
Barell Consfantlne (Vardachlcos & 

Barein r 143 Minna 
Barendt Arthur H, atty. Mills Bldg, r 

SOS Bush 
ITTBaretta. See Beretta 
Barff Thomas, carp, r 85 Woodward's Av 
Barfleld John F, asst weigher U 8 Cus- 
toms, r 347 Noe 
Barg J Frederick, oik Pao Lumber Co. 

r 237 San Jose Av 
Barg John C. r 2S7 San Jose Av 
Barg William H. bkkpr Pac Lumber Co. 

r 237 San Jose Av 
Barge A. brakeman S P Co. r 34S. 4th 
Barger Daniel E. physician, 997 Market, 

r 1124 Hyde 
Barger E C. furniture. 439 Valencia 
Barger Hugh M. motrm U RR, r 1528 

Eddy 
Barger Joseph, lab. r 1239. 6th Av 

South 
Barger William, mach I'nion Eng Co. r 

3320. ISth 
Barglonl T & Co fT Bargloni. J Garbero 

and J Crittlnn) laiindrv ISIO Powell 
Bnrelonl Terslllo (T B.nrcriori * Co) r 

1910 Powell 



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Bargman Lena, widow, r 214. 3d 
Bargmann Alfred, molder, r 2121 Beach 
Bargmann Jacob, dairy, 2121 Beach 
Bargones Lola M, widow, r 2012H Du- 

pont 
Bargones Peter, lab, r 2006i^ Dupont 
Bargson Prank S, r 1098 Chestnut 
Barg-well Oscar C, mech Thomas Day 

Co, r 2894, 16th 
Bargwell Otto, condtr U RR, r 209 Minna 
Barham Guy B, bank commissioner, 530 

California, r Los Angeles, Cal 
Barholdt Frederick, marble setter, r 759a 

Howard 
Barhvte Louis, elk P S Tel & Tel Co, r 

4020. 23a 
Bari Angelo, bartndr, r 724 Front 
Barleau Anpholique, mining, r 1140 

Guerrero 
Barieau Charles O, draftsman, r 1140 

Guerrero 
Barieau Eugene H, cashier E Guittard 

& Co, r 1140 Guerrero 
Barieau Louis H, mining, r 1140 Guer- 

Barleau Mary J Miss, teacher, r 1140 

JJuerrero 
Bariere Eugene, butcher, r 1515, 8th Av 

South 
Barilla Joseph, teamster, r 416 Vallejo 
Barillos Giuseppe, lab. r 517 Greenwich 
(TT-Baringer. See Barringer 
ICTBarington. See Harrington 
Baringue Alexis C, painter, r 109 Ber- 
nard 
Barion August, civil eng, r 124 Gilbert 
Barion Christie, brass finisher, r 124 

Gilbert 
Barion Karl, riveter, r 324 Gilbert 
Barion William, blacksmith, r 124 Gil- 
bert 
BARKAK ADOI.Fa M D, eye, ear, nose 
and throat, 970 Market, James Flood 
Bldg, rooms 466 to 474, r 2209 La- 
guna 
Barkan Fritz, salesman California Jew- 
elry Co. r 2209 Laguna 
Barkan Hans, studen*, r 2209 Laguna 
Barkan Louis, physician, r 219, 3d Av 
Barkdoll Charles G, motrm, r 2982, 25th 
Barkelew Fred, dental student, r 1311 

Masonic Av 
Barker A D, salesman Bonestell, Rich- 
ardson & Co, r 419, 14th 
Barker Arthur C, photr. 850 Market 
Barker Charles W, bkkpr, r 134 Caselli 

Av 
Barker Daniel, lab, r 806 Kentucky 
Barker E Miss, vocalist Tlvoli Opera 

House, r 793 O'Farrell 
Barker Emma, widow, r 1114 Leaven- 
worth 
Barker Emma L Mrs, r 2507 Pine 
BABKEB FBAITK, propr Pacific Storage 
Warehouse, 2316-2320 Fillmore, r 
Fruitvale 
Barker Frank R, with Shreve & Co, 

r 2086 Union 
Barker Frank S, carp, r 726 Shotwell 
Barker FYed W, warehouseman Frank 

Barker 
Barker F W, checker Hotel St Francis, 
r 126, 3d 



Barker G, waiter Palace Hotel 
Barker George, bricklr, r 1560, 12th A' 
F, warehouseman Franl* 



lab, r 1179 Mission 
waiter, r 258 Stevensoit 
ironwkr, r 521 Linden Atl 
mgr University Club, i 



Barker Ge 

Barker 
Barker Harry, 
Barker Harry, 
Barker Henry, 
Barker Henry, 

1786 Webster 
Barker Henry L, carp, r 1948 Union I 
Barker H Raymond, elk J K Armsby Col 

r 2086 Union 
Barker James, pantrjTnan, r 359 Jesslil 
Barker James B, elk storekpr U RRll 

r 315 Mason 
Barker James E, tile setter, r 64 Halg-h ■ 
Barker James L, pres Barker & Kinney 

r Berkeley 
Barker James W (Barker & Daniels) 

202 Grove 
Barker John, bartndr, r 616, 1st Ay 

South 
BABKBB JOHN Q, propr The Colonial 

SE cor Pine and Jones, tel Basit) 99 
Barker John H, with Fischbeck Soa* 

Co, r Oakland 
Barker Joseph, lab, r 2403 Folsom 
Barker Joseph, marine eng, 36 Bast 31 

South 
Barker Joseph J, policeman, r 414 Cle* 

ment 
Barker Joseph W, surveyor Boa 

Fire Underwriters, r Berkeley 
Barker Louis A, salesman Union 

Water Co, r 213 Palmer 
Barker Lucy M, widow, r 1105 Taylor 
Barker Mabel Miss, nurse Pacific Hos- 
pital 
Parker Mary, widow, r 220 Parnassus Am 
Barker R, eng Am Biscuit Co, r 1024 

Golden Gate Av 
Barker Ralph, motrm U RR, r 2614, 24th| 
Barker Ralph T, supt Hulme & Hart* 

r 241 ■ 

Barker Richard, real estate agt, 4609 H, 

r 413 Bartlett 
Barker Richard Jr, upholst, r 413 Bart-i 

lett 
Barker Robert A, car accountlant car i 

cord S P Co, r Berkeley 
Barker R S, asst eng str Manchuria 
Barker Thomas, r 324, 30th 
Barker Tho.-nas, t>arber, 2403 Folsom 
Barker Thomas, carp, r 824 Mission 
Barker Thomas, gripman U EiR, 

Broderick 
Barker Timothy L, with Wellman, Peck 

& Co, r Oakland 
Barker W H Mrs, r 5 Adelaide PI 
Barker William H, marine eng, r 905 

Ellis 
Barker William O, elk Northern Coml 

Co, r 49 Haight 
Barker William T Mrs, widow, r 1428 

Webster 

Barker W M, stableman, r 917 Howard 
Barker & Daniels (J W Barker and G 

Daniels) liquors, 1564 Market 
Barker & Kinney, plumbers' supplies, 

133, 2d 
Barkhaus Carl G, salesman Barkhaus' 

book store, r 1834 Buchanan 
Barkhaus Frederick W Jr, salesman 

Barkhaus" book store, r 1834 Bu- 
chanan 
Barkhaus Louise, widow, r 1834 Bu- 
chanan 
fiarkhaus W H Mrs, r 1224 Mission 
BABKSATTS'S BOOK STOKE, books and 

staitlonery, 232 Post above Orant A 
Barkhurst Ray, pres Ray Shade Co, 

217 Leavenworth 
BABKIS B B & CO (H B Barkis) mech 

engineers and mill bldrs. elevating, 

conrveying. grinding and bolting 

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Barkis Henry B 

r 2H0 Folsom „ 

Barkland Ella Miss, dressmkg. i<8 C 
Barkley Andrew J, Janitor Flood BIdg. 

r 1044 Pine 
Barkley Anna C, widow, r 2144 Green 
Barkley Harry, mach. r 1030 Enils_ 
Barkley Harry G. wl 

r 900 Oak 
Barklev John, janitor, r 784 Mission 
Barkley John M. meter tester 

rlet 
CT Barkley. See Barclay 
Barknikosskl Anthony, molder, r 27 

Barlage Oiarles G, r 251 Clinton Park 
Barlage William A (Nordman Bros) r 

120 Guerrero 
Barleben E^-nest. elk H C Tonnemacher 
Barletta Angelo, mach, r 1409a Dupont 
Barlewa Giovaniil, lab. r 1409a Dupont 
Barletta Vlncenzo, r 1409a Dupont 
Barley Alexander, lab. r 908 Illinois 
Barley Dora, widow, r 416 Geary 
Barley Ernest C. silversmith Shreve & 

Co, r .154 Lrexlngton Av 
Barley George M, silversmith Shreve & 

Co. r 354 Lexington Av 
Barlev Harry, mach, r 2735. 20th 
Barling Charles E. r 1710 Broderick 
Barling John L, dyeing and cleaning, 

339 Leavenworth, r 22 Collingwood 
Barling Louise, widow, r 1710 Broderick 
Barling Peter, bartndr, r 365 Jessie 
Barlocco Carlo, carp, r 628 Broadway 
Barlogi James, salesman, r 800 Kearny 
Barlow Arthur J, mach, r 911% Minna 
Barlow Caroline B Miss, prin Irving 

Primary School, r 615 Stockton 
Barlow Cassius U, pres Pac Novelty 

Pottery Co, 628 Montgomery, r Oak- 
land 
Barlow Frank T, agt Muser Bi 

Ian Bldg. r Oakland 
Barlow Henry, wood carver, r 

Barlow Jeannette E Mrs, reception 

Otto Boye, r 763 Eddy 
Barlow Louis F, chief eng 

Bldg 
Barlow Martin, sweeper 

missloners. r 7 Kate 
Barlow Mary, widow, r 101 Collins 
Barlow Michael, lab. r 116 Fair Oaks 
Barlow Richard W, flagman. 

Barlow "^Samuel, r 1457 Franklin 
Barlow Sarah, widow, r 231 I-'ulton 
Barlow Thomas, bartndr. r 135 Taylor 
Barlow William, bartndr. r 933 Kearny 
Barlow William, lab, r 1500 Kentucky 
Barlow William G, wlfh Union Gas En- 
gine Co, r 243 Noe 
Barman Benlamin, with 

& Co, r 393, 6th 
Barman Bmile, elk Ooldstone Bros, r 

2672 Bush 
Barman Henry, collr. r 2672 Bush 
Barman Marie Miss, r 2160 Stflner 
Barman Ma>o. collr. r 214 McAllister 
Barman Rebecca Miss, fancy goods, 124, 
5th, r 520 Eddy . _ „ ^ 

Barman Sajnuel (Samuel Barman & Co 
and Barman & Howe) and cigars, 501 
Larkin, r 520 Eddy 
Barman Samuel & Co (S Barman and A 
Israel) cigars, 247 Larkin ^ „, ^ 
Barman & Howe (S Barman and W T 

Howe) llcjuors, 249 Larkin 
Barmetler Joseph, laundryman, r 594 

Stevenson _ , . 

Barnaby Anria Mrs. r 1456, 15th 
Barnaby Thomas, confectionery, «46 Fil- 
bert 



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Barn;ule Louise. tcioher music, r lil 

Collingwood , ^ 

Barnard Adelina Mrs, 2d hand furni- 
ture, 949 Folsom 
BABHASD A»CHIBAIJ>, atty-at-law 
510 Montgomery, r University Club 
Barnard Arthur F, sales?man Carlson 

Currier Co, r 3124 Clay 
Barnard Benjamin, elk. r 2224 Polk 
Barnard David, upholst, r 2335 Beach 
Barnard BYank, r 518 Golden Gate Av 
Barnard Hamilton B, r 3668, 24th 
Barnard Hamilton W, with Brown, 

Spear & Co, 20 Pine, r Mill Valley 
Barnard Harry, stge steward str Ven- 
tura _ . 
Barnard Jacob, elk, r 949a Folsom 
Barnard J Howard, accountant, Crocker 

Barnard Lemuel H, bkkpr S F Chemical 

C(t r Oakland 
Barnard P. med student, r 1224 Pine 
Barnard Robert W, engineer, r 671 Clem- 
entina 
Barnard Wallace J, r 1630 Page 
BABKABD W C ft CO (William C Bar- 
nard and Frederick Maurer) grain 
and bean dlrs, NW cor Sacramento 



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(W C Barnard & 



Barnard William C 

Co) r Mill Valley _„ „„ ^ 

Barnard William J. engineer, r 362J. 20th 
CT-Barnard. See Bernard and Bernhard 
Bamer Charles, groceries, 3001 I.,aguna 
Earner George, driver, r 5^854 Mission 
Earner Henry C. 



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Herman W, elk W Barner, r 2628 
Howard _ 

Barner Louis, painting, 913 Treat Av 
Barner Louis H (Barner & Kehlenbeck) 

r 3635, 23d 
Barner William, groceries, 2598 Howard, 

Ba/neVwillhTr^. groceries. 5854 Mission 
BABITEB ft KEHI.EKBECK (L H Bar- 
ner and Henry KchU-nbeck) importers 
and whsle dlrs wines and liquors, 324 
Clay, tel Bush 109 
Barnert Leon., supt Bottlers' Exchange. 

r 1318 Fulton ,_, ^ ,_ 

Barnert M Mrs. widow r 1318 Fulton . 
Barnes Abel B, physic an, 938 Shotwell 
Barnes A Cleveland, elk. T 511 Stockton 
Barne-s Albert H, electn. r 3436;^ 16th 
Barnes Alfred J, cook, r 1142 Taylor 
Barnes Arthur, mgr Cal Stump Puller. 

r 20 Zoo 
Barnes Cecil A, r 2014 Fillmore 
Barnes Charles, shipjoiner, r 419 Bryant 
^mes Charles H, r 1074 Pine 
Barnes Charles M, policeman, r 3264, 

BarnVP Charles M. solicitor Pac Coast 

SS Co. r 432 Guerrero 
Barnes Clifford M. salesman „S«"'t"y 

Ste^m Feather Renovating Co. r 247a 

Bai^^es^Dlvid. t^lor. r 1216 P^eU 
Barnes Earl F. horseshoer. r 249 Paris 
Barnes Edward, billposter 



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Barnes Edward H. ma 
W Co. r Larkspur 

Barnes Edward T, waiter, r 204, 8th 

BAXNES EDWHr A, supt The Brad- 
street Co Mercantile Agency, Kohl 
(Hayward) Bldg, r Hotel Sequoia 

Barnes Edwin L. r 1074 Pine 

Barnes E J, QM str Sonoma 

Barnes Ellis, gripman U RR, r 1064 
Washington 

Barnes E S, gripman U RR, r 1107 Van 
Ness Av 

Barnes E W, with Mutual L, & D Co, 
r Oakland 

Barnes F Heriot Mrs. bkkpr S F Trade 
Journal, r 931 Bush 

Barnes Frank, trackman U HR, r 26 
Turk 

Barnes Frederick, millwright. r 315 

Barnes George, r 313 Elizabeth 

Barnes George M. buyer Illinois Pac 

Glass Co, r 1321 Fillmore 
Barnes Guy T, salesman D Stoltz. r 620 

Turk 
Barnes Henry C (Sanitary Steam Feath- 
er Renovating Co) r 247a Shipley 
Barnes James J (J D Barnes Co) r 

3484. 22d 
Barnes J D Co, shipwrights. 13 Howar.l 
Barnes John, painter, r 1217 Filbert 
Barnes John C, elk, r 1781 Haight 
" John H, restaurant, 1127 Mission, 



Barnes John Z, baker, r 71914 Clemen- 
tina 
Barnes Joseph, porter, r 444a Natoma 
Barnes Joseph Mrs, widow, r 620 Turk 
Barnes Joshua D (J D Barnes Co) r 

Barnes Julia, wido-w, r 249 Pacific 
Barnes Kate, widow, r 386 Hayes 
Barnes L B, salesman John Breuner Co, 

r 2380 Green 
Barnes Le Roy W, motrm U RR. r 3265 

21st 
Barnes Mary, widow, r 1112% Pacific 
Barnes Michael, lab. r 15 Rincon Av 
Barnes Monroe, asst eng U S str Gen- 
eral McDowell, r 3213, 24th 
Barnes Norman R, engineer, r 220 Cha- 

pultepec 
Barnes O. engraver, r 288 Noe rear 
Barnes Odie, gripman. r 1553 Mason 
Barnes Paul B, furniture, 62 Walter 
Barnes Pliny, with Retsloff & Spaulding, 

r 906 Market 
Barnes Robert L C, insp Spring Valley 
W Co, r 517 Pulton ^ ^ ^ ^^"^^ 
Bar^n^es^Samuel^ W.^contracting agt San- 
Barnes Thomas, boilermkr U I Wks, r 
_^ 548 Pennsylvania Av 
" 3. salesman, r 531 Turk 

idow, r 940 Railroad Av 
molder, r 425 Golden 



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BARNES W F BOX ft I^TTMBEB CO 

(inci W F Barnes pres. mfrs and 
mfrs' agts white pine, cottonwood, 
spruce and hardwood. 320 Crossley 
Bldg 
Barnes W F Commercial Co, 320 Cross- 
ley Bldg 

1719 Washington 



sion 
Barnes William, 
Barnes William. 
Barnes William, 

burgh 
Barnes Willi 



r 225 Tremont Av 

r 611 Eddy 

ironwkr, r 515 Bdir 



. ,--iter, r 386 Hayes 

BABNES WITiTiTAM P, pres W F Barnes 
Box and Lumber Co, 320 Crossley 
Bldg, r Haywards 

Barnes William H, grand scribe Grand 
Bnc I O O F, Odd Fellows Bldg, r 
1931 Devisadero 

Barnes William J, r 27a Sanchez 

Barnes William J. press feeder H S 
Crocker Co. r 386 Hayes 

Barnes William J, stev, r 1605 Sacra- 
mento 

Barnes William J H, printer. 635 Mer- 
chant 

Barnes William S, atty. Chronicle Bldg, 
r 625 O'Farrell 

Barnes William W, eniglneer, r 3436, 

Barnes William W, painter, r 748 Minna 

Barnes Winfred H. druggist L B Car- 
penter, r 1494 Fulton 

Barneson John, ship broker, 456 Mont- 
gomery, r San Mateo 

Barnet Henry L, elk Pac Coast SS Co, 
r 845 Masonic Av 

Barnett Abraham T, atty, Parrott Bldg, 
r 504 Steiner 

Barnett Absalom J, architect, 809 Mar- 
ket, r 414 Hermann 

Barnett Ambrose M, salesman Stude- 
baker Bros Co, r 1019 H 

Barnett Archibald, salesman, r 397 Guer. 
rero 

Barnett Austin F, real estate, Parrott 
Bldg, r 368 Geary 

Barnett Benjamin J, comp Althof & 
Bahls, r 477, 4th 

Barnett Benjamin O, drayman, r 225 



I, musician, r 1303a Devl- 



Capp 
Barnett Benr 

sadero 

Barnett Charles, r 317 Tehama rear 
Barnett Charles, tailor, 619 Taylor r 16 

Washington Av 
Barnett Edward, printer, r.ll5 Halght 
Barnett Ellen, widow, r 317 Tehama 
Barnett Florence P, foreman Harbor 



417. 



10th 



''"MtflV^'r^^ro'l'^^H''' '"^'"" ' ^ ^'""'"^ 
Barnet* George, bkkpr. r 2310 Sutter 
Barnett Harry, policeman, r 787 Halght 
Barnett Harry O. steam fitter, r 36. 11th 
Barnett Herbert, elk Baker & Hamilton. 

r Oakland 
Barnett J, elk. r 1834 Sutter 
Earnest John, millman. r 125a Valencia 
Barnett John, steam fitter, r 36, 11th 
Barnett John F, atty, 222 Sansome, r 

Barnett Joseph, r 307 Jones 

Barnett Joseph I, harness mkr, r 787 
Haaght 

Barnett Lena Miss, dressmkr, r 121 Rip- 
ley 

Levy, tailor, 416 Montgomery 



Av, r 424 Mi 
Barnett Lewis. 
Barnett Mark J 
Barnett Marks, 



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CROCKKRI.ANQLEY DIHECTOHY. 



arnett Mary A. widow, r 1324 Golden 

Gate Av 
armtt M J, mach, r 3C5 Jessie 
ariittt R A Mrs. r 800 SutHer 
arriett Robert L. elk P S Tel & Tel 

O... r 1% Wall 
arnett Rose, widow, r 311 Turk 
aniett Samuel, stock fitt.tr Bucking- 
hum & Hecht. r 58 Belcher 
Barnett Sherman E, waiter, r 1% Wall 
Barnett Solomon, dog kennels. 115 
Haight 

rnett Stanley, mech Cal Elec Wks, r 
Heikeley 

rn.lt William, solicitor, r 1323 Clay 
III. It William J. elk. r 869 Market 
BABirXTT WTT.TJAM T, manaKlng elk 
K S Pillsbury. r 2130 Ashby Av. Ber- 
keley 
t^Uarnett. See Barnert and Barnet 
Barney Charles M. mattress mkr, r 1182 

Guerrero 
Barn.y Charles W, hatter, r 765 Market 
Barney C R. Ins and real estate, 466 

lontgomery 
Barney Elizabeth Mrs. lodgings, 765 

Market 
Barney Frank I-. mach. r 1182 Guerrero 
Barney Hattie E. stenog Merchants' Ex- 
change BIdg. r 1760 Howard 
Barney John W. elk Med Supply Depot 

L- S A, r 528 Eddy 
Barney L A, r 817 Van Ness Av 
Barney Lester, comp. r 21 Jolce 
Barney Mary E. widow, r 3004 California 
Barrihart George A. electn, r 126. 12th 

Av 
BASITKAKT OZOBOE W, mgr Marlon 
Steam Shovel Co, 4 Sutter, r 537 Geary 
Barnhart Glenn C. sec Barnhart & Swa- 

sey. r 3831 Jackson 
Barnhart L C. elk, r 205 Perry 
Barnhart M S, elk Wheeler & Wilson 

Mfg Co, r 511 Mason 
Barnhart Ray G. printer H S Crocker Co, 

r 114 Falrmount 
Barnhart William, lab. r 1 Helen 
BABWHABT ft BWASET, E M Swasey 
prts. G (; Barnhart sec, advertising, 
l.rintiiig and engraving, 107 New 
Montgomery 
Barnhisel E R, r 87 Brady 
Barnhlsel Henry S, cabinet mkr, r 552 

Shotwell 
Barnhlsel Reed W, propr Elaine Apart- 
ments, 626 Turk 
Barnhouse Zachary T, lab, r 442 Lisbon 
Barnicott Dolph, sec Pac Stone Co, r Ber- 
keley 
CT'Barnner. See Barner 
Barnsdorf Ernest, teamster, r 103 Ash 

Av 
Barnstead Catherine, widow, r 148 West 

Av 
Barnum Albert G. carp, r 1654 Paclflc Av 
Barnum Arthur N. salesman United 

Clothing Co. r 2515 Lombard 
Barnum Belle Miss, nurse. 1106 Post 
Barnum Charles A. cement wkr, r 7 

Cleveland 
Barnum John C. pattern mkr. r 719 Lar- 

kln 
Barnum Noah F. messenger Security 

Savings Bank, r Oakland 
Barnum Paul, foreman Dean ReverslbU 

Window Co, r 3132, 23d 
Barnum Rebecca Mips, r 520 Eddy 
Barnum Sam E, bartndr, r 6 EWdy 
Barnum Sarah Miss, r 520 Eddy 
Baron A Mrs, ladles' tailor, 226 Powell, 

r 703 Geary 
Baron Aaron, r 469 Tehama 
Baron Benjamin, barber, r 1222 Eddy 
Baron Edward B, pass agt Rock Island 

and F System, r 70 Cnrmellta 
Baron George, blacksmith, r tJSO. 2d Av 



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REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 
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Baron George, wood carver, r 313 Van 

Ness Av 
Baron Isador, cigars, California Market, 

r 2409 Washington 
Baron Jacques, emp French Hospital 
Baron John, blacksmith, 1206 Webster, 

r 680, 2d Av 
Baron William, barber, 2 O'Farrell, r 70 

Carmellta 
Baron Wolf, r 703 Geary 
cyBaron. See Barren and Barron 
Baronl Louis, lab, r 1809 Powell 
Baronlo Antonio, lab, r 314 Union 
Baronio Antonio Jr, lab, r 314 Union 
Baronlo Lulgl, lab, r 314 Union 
Baroteau Alfred A, real estate agt, 117 

Sutter, r Alameda 
Barou Marie Mrs, laundry, 1579 Market 
Barr A L, scenic artist Tivoli Opera 

House, r 426 Eddy 
Barr Alexander, carp, r 123 Eddy 
Barr Alexander W, foreman mach U I 

Wks, r 447% Tehama 
Barr Bernard, r 8 Girard 
Barr Bridget, widow, r 2825, 16th 
Barr Daniel J, mfrs' agt, 120 Sutter, 

r 376 Oak 
Barr F Mrs Co; umbrellas, 117 Grant Av 
Barr Prank W, confr, 819 Larkln, r 6 

Myrtle Av 
Barr Fred E, mach, r 1530 Polk 
Barr Frederick, lab, r 1101, 6th Av 

South 
Barr Frederick H, brass finisher, r 58 

Elliot Park 
Barr Georgia Mrs, propr The Waverly, 

r 841 O'Farrell 
Barr Hannah K, widow, r 376 Oak 
Barr Herman, polisher, r 622 Ellis 
Barr Hugh, ship joiner, r 1214 SUnyan 
Barr John, engineer, r 3671, 19th 
Barr John G, patrolman Morse D and P 

System, r 747 Harrison 
Barr Lottie B Miss, mgr Mrs F Barr 

Co, r 3030 Washington 
Barr Marcus, with Mrs F Barr Co, r 3030 

Washington 
Barr Robert O, elk, r 638 Folsom 
Barr Stewart A, r 3114 Washington 
Barr Thaddeus, propr Thaddeus Barr 

Press, r Berkeley 

job print- 




nr 7th. tel He 



Ing. 596 Natoi 

3597 
Barr Thomas I C. dentist. 502 Sutter. 

r San Rafael 
Barr Walter G (Barr & Phillips) 220 

Sutter 
Barr William, salesman Judson Mfg Co, 

r 1018 Noe 
Barr William E, r 30 Washington Av 
Barr William G, r 718 Golden Gate Av 
Barr & Phillips (W G Barr and J 3 

Phillips) importers, 220 Sutter 
CT'Barr. See Bar and Barre 
Barra Ezeklel. r 3274. 25th 
Barra Giuseppe, r 330 Vallcjo 
CTBarraco. See Baraco 
Barraccoslo Frank, window cleaner, r 39 

Boardman PI 
Barradas Alfred J, surveyor, r 824 Bu- 
chanan 
Barradas James C. barber, r 822 Ru- 



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BAR 



International Banking 
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Otatral Banking Business Transmcted 
Foreign Exchange a Specialty 

See page 1. 



Barradas Lillian Mts, agt Barradas 
Medicine Co. r 330 Grant Av 

Barradas Louis C, barber, r 2 Lily Ter 

Barradas Manuel, r 1205 Stockton 

Barradas Matthew C, barber, r 330 Grant 
Av 

Barradas Medicine Co, 30 Grant Av 

Barragan Antonio B, r 936 Powell 

Barragan Manuel, barber, r 936 Powell 

Barragar Harvey V, painter, r 1006 Har- 
rison 

Barraillac Adolph C, foreman, r 508 Ful- 
ton 

Barrant Oliver E, elk Rosenthal, r 21b 
Lloyd 

C^Barrasch. See Barash 

Barratt William, supt Dean Food Steril- 
izing and Mfg Co, r 710 California 

Barraud James, r 708 Bush 

Barraud W K, steward Post Exchange, 
Presidio 

Barre Christopher C, city mgr New Home 
S M Co, r 1704 Market 

Barreau H, r 507 Pine 

Earreda Mary L, widow, r 2121 Bu- 



Barrel House Co, George Goeppert pres, 

liquors, 115 O'Farrell 
Barren Frank M, bkkpr Sheets & Thomp- 
son, r 1315 Page 
Barren Abraham, calker, r 75 Harriet 
Barren David, bkkpr, r 75 Harriet 
Barren Jacob, salesman, r 75 Harriet 
Barren Rebecca Mrs, r 75 Harriet 
Barren Samuel, packer, r 75 Harriet 
Barrere Bruce, elk Klitgaard-Nelson & 

Co, r 626 Cole 
Barrere Eugene, driver, r 1515, 8th Av 

South 
Barrere Frank, mining, r 626 Cole 
Barrere Louis (S F Towel Co) r 707 

Scott 
Barrere Robert B, r 626 Cole 
Barrero Manuel, lab, r 1205 Stockton 
Barrett Albert, painter, r 55 Cedar Av 
Barrett Alfred J, marine eng, r 4040, 17th 
Barrett Alonzo H, detective bureau, 997 

Market, r 24 Turk 
Barrett Ambrose M, butcher, r 22614 

Ritch 
Barrett Andrew, waiter, r 484 Valencia 
Barrett Annie, widow, r 1162 Ellis 
Barrett Arthur J. engineer St Dunstans 
Barrett Bessie, widow, r 613% Lombard 
Barrett C A, steward str Piedmont, r 315 

Eddy 
Barrett Cassio C, liquors, 548, 9th 
Barrett Charles, expressman, r 436, 7th 
Barrett Charles H, r 548 Stockton 
Barrett Charles H. architect, 456 Mont- 
gomery 
EABRETT CWARTiT!S I., sec and treas 

S F Gas & Elec Co, office 415 Post, 

r 1849 Leavenworth 
Barrett Christopher C, stableman, r 59 

Rausch rear 
Barrett Cornelius, r 31% Ringgold 
Barrett Edward J, salesman Sweeney & 

McCarthy, r 1324 Golden Gate Av 
Barrett Elizabeth, widow, r 501 Franklin 
BARBETT EaoIET P, sec Board of 

Education. City Hall. 2d floor, r 1324 

Golden Gate Av 



BABBETT ETTQENE T (Maguire, Lind 
say & Wychoft and Houx & Barrett) 
atty-at-law, 11th floor Call Bldg. tel 
Private Exchange 415, r 1872 Ellis, 
tel Pine 326 
Barrett Frank, elk. r 317 Hearst Av 
BABBETT FBANK M, drayman, ft 3d, 

tel Main 1047, r Alameda 
Barrett George, teamster, r 32 Stanford 
Barrett George E, meter reader S F 



tan Av 
Barrett Gilbert M, physician, 643 Sutter, 

r 1870 Ellis 
Barrett Henry, carp, r 19a Kissllng 
Barrett Herbert, r 828 Noe 
Barrett Hugh, brass polisher, r 3374, 22d 
Barrett James J, lab, r 43 Cook 
Barrett James R, cabinetmkr, r 736 Green 
Barrett John, r 40 Mary 
Barrett John, carp, r 317 Hearst Av 
Barrett John, fireman, r 449, 1st 
Barrett John, lab. r 226% Ritch 
Barrett John, sawyer, r 236 Minna 
Barrett John A, collr, r 44, 3d 
Barrett John G, stonemason, r 613 Lom- 
bard 
Barrett John J, atty and Fire Commis- 
sioner, Parrott Bldg, r 1737 Lyon 
Barrett John J, baker, r 232 Devisadero 
Barrett John J, laundry, 2117 Golden 

Gate Av 
Barrett John P, with Examiner, r 232 

Devisadero 
Barrett John S, policeman, r cor Silver 

Av and Waterville 
Barrett Joseph, plumber, r 614 Shotwell 
Barrett Joseph S, elk, r 1324 Golden Gate 

Av 
Barrett J W, millwright, r Russ House 
Barrett Kate Miss, typewriter Miss M G 

Barrett, r 214, 2d Av 
Barrett Lawrence W, elk Norwich Union 

Fire Ins Soc, r Oakland 
Barrett M, asst eng SS Doric, r Oakland 
Barrett Margaret, widow, r 46 Arlington 
BABBETT KABQABET Q MISS, sten- 
ographer and typewriter, 302 Mont- 
gomery, room 3, tel Main 991, r 214, 
2d Av. tel Geary 4010 
Barrett Mary, widow, r 334 Elizabeth 
Barrett Mary Miss, nurse, r 1558 Paclflo 

Av 
Barrett Mary A Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 1324 Golden Gate Av 
Barrett Mary J, widow, groceries, 311, 

7th 
Barrett Maurice, hoseman Chemical En- 
gine 1, r 1116 Kansas 
Barrett Murtagh K, ins solr, r 740 Oak 
Barrett Michael, lab, r 619 Natoma 
Barrett Michael, lab U RR, r 311, 7th 
Barrett Nellie I Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 1324 Gk)lden Gate Av 
Barrett Patrick, lab, r 56a Hancock 
Barrett Patrick, lab, r 1409 Utah 
Barrett Patrick H, insp U S Customs, 

r 1209 Devisadero rear 
Barrett Richard T, elk, r 2117 Golden 

Gate Av 
Barrett Robert F, elk Santa Fe, r 619 

Natoma 
Barrett Solomon, r 256 Perry 
Barrett Thomas, plumber, r 1118 Vermont 
Barrett Thomas, teamster W W Mon- 
tague & Co, r 820 Folsom 
Barrett Thomas E, elk. r 619 Natoma 
BABBETT TSOUAS P, dentist Merritt 
Bldg, 590 Sutter, rooms 409-410, tel 
Bush 683, r 1324 Golden Gate Av 
Barrett Thomas F, hatter, r 620 Folsom 
Barrett Thomas H, lab. r 722 Brannan 
Barrett Timothy J, salesman Scott & 
Magner, r 417. 19th Av 

SBB W, cashier S F Laun- 
Assn, 131 Ellis, r 53S Shrader 



1 JOHII M. KL[IN [IfCTROl CO. MKffl; 

W. J. MORGAN, PRCS,D£NT ANO MANAOCR """» ^^^^[ '}"}' ""^61 

105-107 Battery St. Tel. Main 389 PfOOl WlfeS. 



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r... rr.lt William, r 2709 Golden Gate Av 
liirr.tt William, paperhanger, r SoO 

It William C, carp, r 437 Golden 
ae Av 

ti William G, r 1101 Green 
It William H. elk, r 210 Guerrero 
: It William H Mrs, widow, r 210 

BAKSETT WII.I.IAM J, mgr Wright 

Wire Co, 97 Fremont, r Oakland 
Hirntt William J, painter, r 46 Blake 
U.irrett William X, elk Postofflce. r 311, 

7lh 
Barretto Francis, fireman, r 1415 Powell 
Barrl Giuseppe, lab. r 1505% DuponH 
Barricklo James R. salesman Kelley- 

Clarke Co. r 1629 Lyon 
Barricklo John, repr P S Tel & Tel Co, 

r 1753 Hayes 
Barricklo Joseph E. r 1753 Hayes 
Barrlcka Louis H, eng Engine 14, r 1051 

McAllister 
Barrle Clara, widow, r 12914 Clara 
Barrle James H. molder. r 187 Fair Oaks 
cy Barrle. See Barry 
Barrlere Frederick, liquors. 517 Sansome, 

r 323 Montgomery Av 
Barrlnger Charles, carp, r 26 Turk 
Barringer E Mrs, r 926 Post 
Barrlnger Edward (Tambake & Barrln- 
ger) r 354 Lexington Av 
C7" Barrlnger. See Berrlnger 
Barrlngton Amelia J Miss, lodgings, 

264% Natoma 
Barrlngton Charles L. mgr Union Drug 
Co, ofBce 1800 Market, r 422 Guerrero 
Barrlngton Florence B Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 422 CJuerrero 
Barrlngton Phoebe, widow, r 264% Na- 
toma 
Barrios Octavlo, elk W R Grace & Co, 

r 618 Eddy 
Barrls Frank L, r 446 Clementina 
Barrls Frank T, groceries, 446 Clemen- 
tina 
Barrls James, elk, r 446 Clementina 
Barrlto Robert C. painter, r 201 Wayland 
Barron Agnes, widow, r 1124 Golden Gate 

Av 
Barron Albert. 2d officer str Manchuria 
Barron Andrew B. bkkpr Buckingham & 

Hecht. r 132 Fillmore 
Barron Anna, widow, r 2319 Mission 
BASBOH ABTKUB W, division supt 
U RR, Market and Valencia, r 556 
Waller 
Barron Charles, cigars, r 919 Fillmore 
Barron Charles, mcht, r 123 Russ 
Barron Charles C, propr Owl Transfer 

Co, 404 O'Farrell 
Barron Cornelius, lab, r 64%. 22d 
Barron Cornelius J. painting. 1219 Market 
Barron Edward, cigars, r 689 McAllister 
Barron Edwin S. r 656 Waller 
Barron Emma G Miss, teacher pub 

schools, r 501 Franklin 
Barron Frank J. butcher, r 64%, 22d 
Barron Israel C, solicitor, r 1690 Mission 
Barron James (Williams & Barron) r 1377 

Harrison 
Barron James, carp, r 217. 3d 
Barron James, mining, r 1424 Market 
Barron James G. eng str Dlmond, r Oak- 
land 
Barron John, lab, r 352, 11th 
Barron John H, condtr U RR. r 132 An- 

dover Av 
Barron John 

lister 
Barron M, 



Co, 



423 Fr 



W. plasterer, r 204 McAI- 
apper O'Connor, MofTatt & 



nkllr 



Barron Mary, widow, r 1838 Mission 
Barron Michael, lab, r 352, llth 
Barron N'Icholas F, gripman Presidio 

Ferries RR. r 245. 2d Av 
Barron Patrick, lab, r 352. llth 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



Bar 



Pal 



Lat 



ick. mmer. 
Richard M. salesman White 
House, r 1217 Market 
Barron Stephen, elk, r 423 Franklin 
Barron Thomas B. master mariner, 14 

Spear 
Barron William, horseman, r 919 Fill- 
more 
Barron William, lab, r 352. llth 
Barron William, marble cutter, r 3601, 

26th 
Barron William H, butcher Hammond & 

Brod, r 2319 Mission 
Barron Wire Hoop Co, 544 Mission 
(CTBarron. See Baron and Barren 
Barrouquere John, bartndr, r 898 McAl- 
lister 
Barrow B B, waiter Palace Hotel 
Barrow Gerald L. elk Pac Coast Biscuit 

Co. r 1028 Valencia 
BABBOW, WADE, OTTTSBXE IE CO, ac- 
countants, auditors, etc. 60S Mills 
Bldg 
Barrowclough Sarah E, widow, r 523 

Howard 
Barrowman Maude, widow, r 990 Geary 
Barrowman T, lab. r 104 West Av 
Barrows Charles, teamster, r 2893. 16th 
Barrows Douglas M. Ins. r 33 Sanchez 
Barrows Edward C, elk Smiths' Cash 

Store, r 799 Bush 
Barrows Floyd, r 18 Moss 
Barrows Frances, widow, r 18 Moss 
Barrows Frederick, boxmkr. r 18 Moss 
Barrows Herbert, bartndr. r 18 Moss 
Barrows Lewis D. photr F O Haussler. 

r 15 Stoneman 
Barrows M A Mrs. stenog Citizens Alli- 
ance of S F. r Hotel HIggins 
Barrows Ray K. law student, r 1450 

Hayes 
BABBOWS ■VmjJMM H, atty-at-Iaw, 
306-308 Phelan Bldg. tel Red 991. 
r 1450 Hayes 
ll:7"Barrows. See Burrows 
Barrozza Annie Miss. nur.'?c St Vincent 

Hospital 
BarriiR S M. adv mgr Kohler & Chase, 
r 831 Webster 

ianltt., . 

[Iss, teacher Pub 
Schools, r 2674 Bush 
Barry Alfred E, bartndr. r 2 Liberty 
Barry Alice W Miss, bkkpr Metropolitan 

Improvement Co, r 2674 Bush 
Barry Anthony F, shoemkr. r 252Vi Te- 
hama 
Barry Arthur, elk. r 1403 Railroad Av 
Barry Barney, r 479 Ellis 
Barry Bartholomew, groceries. 2798 Bry- 
ant, r 102 Dore 
Barry Bartholomew, milkman, r cor Ber- 
lin and Woolsey 
Barry Bartholomew, teamster, r 821 

Bryant 
Barry Bartholomew B, elk S P Co, r 102 

Dore 
Barry Bridget, widow, r 559 Fell 
Barry Bridget Miss, r 33 Rincon PI 
Barry Bros (L and D) groceries, 814 

Howard 
Barry Bruno, emp Tubbs Cordage Co 
Barry Charles IC. packer, r 1189 Guerrero 



Cha 



J. bol 



775 Ml; 



RING UP PRIVATE EXCHANGE 666 

The F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Works 

27 TENTH STREET 



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Most folks 
deal here 

on account of the 

Quality 

of the goods we sell 



0DLIBERI; 

BOWEN 

3tCD. 



Barry Charles J, elk Hibernia Sav & 

Loan Soc, r 49. 7th Av 
Barry Clarence I. r 1407 California 
Barry Corliss C. special officer S P Co, 

r 126 Clara 
Barry Daniel, asst steward Emergency 

Hospital, r 1506 Dolores 
Barry Daniel D. elk W F & Co Ex, r 422, 

10th 
Barry Daniel J, molder U I Wks, r 35 

Powell Av 
Barry Daniel P, lab, r 506, 4th 
Barry David (Barry Bros) r 814 Howard 
Barry David, boilermkr, r 111 Morris Av 
Barry David, cigar mfr, r 212 Valencia 
Barry David, stableman, r 1001 Brannan 
Barry David, stev, r 38 Natoma 
Barry David A, driver, r 437y2 Minna 



Barry Dennis, r 301 Castro 
Barry Edith Mrs, cook, r 832, 6th 
Barry Edward, lab, r 271 Clementina 
Barry Edward, steward, r 241 Fell 
Barry Edward, stockbroker, 325 Mont- 
gomery, and trustee Frank H Woods 
Trust, r Oakland 
Barry Edward, teamster, r 3 Freelon 
Barry Edward F, r 555 Haight 
Barry Edward F, elk, r 1812^! Post 
Barry Edward J, bricklr, r 118 Chatta- 
nooga 
Barry Edward J, driver, r Springdale nr 

San Bruno Av 
Barry Edward J, liquors, 1401 Railroad 

Av 
Barry Edward L, bkkpr William Little, 

r 947 Howard 
Barry Edward L, draftsman Maybeck & 

White, r Berkeley 
Barry Edward P. paper ruler, r 437V4 

Minna 
Barry Edward R, elk, r 404 Locust 
Barry Edward S, elk W F & Co Ex, 

r Berkeley 
Barry Ellen, widow, r 307 Fremont 
Barry Ellen, widow, r 515 Noe 
Barry Ellen, widow, r 669 Howard 
Barry Emmett R. elk. r 404 Locust 
Barry E R. master mariner, r 12 Stan- 
ford 
Barry Ernest, physician, 966 Sutter, 

r 1215 Jones 
Barry Everett J. engineer, r 23 Wood- 
ward's Av 
Barry Fanny, widow, r 325a Harriet 
Barry Florence Miss, milliner, r 23 Wood- 
ward's Av 
Barry Francis J, elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 301 Castro 
Barry Frank, elk r 23 Woodward's Av 
Barry Frank, molder, r 5053 Point Lobos 

Av 
Barry Frank P, plumber, r 212 Valencia 
Barry Frank W, insp U S Customs, 

r 527% Guerr-^ro 
Barry Frederick, claim agt Pac Coast 

SS Co, r 115 Pi>»rce 
Barry Frederick M, elk Pac Coast SS Co, 

r Alameda 
Barry Garrett, coacLinian, SW cor 17th 

and Valencia 
Barry Garrett, lab. r HO»Vz Harrison 
Barry George, lab. r 23 0a. 3d 



Barry George F, policeman, r 1269 Union 
Barry George S, foreman Star, r Berkeley 
Barry Hannah, widow, r 719 Waller 
Barry Hannah, widow, r 723 McAllister 
Barry Honora, widow, r 326a Utah 
Barry James, bartndr, r 7 Church Lane 
Barry James, elk, r 408, 6th 
Barry James, packer Murphy, Grant & 

Co, r 832^4 Howard 
Barry James, packer Sterling F^irn Co, 

r 416 Hermann 
Barry James A, time elk Am Can Co, 

r 719 Waller 
Barry James C, foreman, r 429, 10th 
Barry James D, elk Am Beet Sugar Co, 

r Alameda 
Barry James D, steward Monticello 

Club, 23 Kearny 
Barry James H, pres James H Barry Co, 

r 934 Haight 
BABBV JAMES H CO THE, James H 

Barry pres. book and Job printing, 429 

Montgomery 
Barry James J, boilermkr, r 84 Chenery 
Barry James J, policeman, r 2239 Filbert 
Barry James J, salesman Union Coffee 

Co, r 858 Mission 
Barry James W, r 1045 Capp 
Barry James W, bartndr, r 416 Hermann 
Barry John, engineer Engine 1. r 559 Fell 
Barry John, lab, r 735 Brannan 
Barry John, mgr C Schultz, r 107 Turk 
Barry John, packer, r 104 Dore 
Barry John, roofer, r 38 Natoma 
Barry John, shoemkr, r 7 Church Lane 
Barry John, stev, r 104 Silver 
Barry John, stev, r 529 Birch Av 
Barry John, student, r 15C0 Dolores 
Barry John, teamster, r 1227 Castro 
Barry John D, teamster, r 1435, 7th Av 

South 
Barry John F, asst cashier G H Tyson, 

r 719 Waller 
Barry John J, calker, r 707 Douglass 
Barry John J, elk Local Frgt S P Co, 

r Oakland 
Barry John J, metalwkr, r 1533 Howard 
Barry John L, lab. r 12a Elizabeth 
Barry John T, bartndr, r 433 Harriet 
Barry Joseph, r B42 Joost Av 
Barry Joseph, bartndr, r 836 Illinois 
Barry Joseph, lab, r 14 Alvarado 
Barry Joseph E, atty, 324 Pine, r 436 

Page 
Barry Joseph E, wool sorter, r 2523 Sac- 
ramento 
Barry Joseph F, mach hand, r 325a Har- 



ard 
Barry Lawrence, stev, r 241 Natoma 
Barry Lizzie Miss, dressmkr, r 1505 Post 
Barry M Mrs, widow, r 715 Larkin 
Barry Margaret, widow, r 3247, 17th 
Barry Martin, gripman, r 1108% Hyde 
Barry Martin J, elk, r 133 Hermann 
Barry Mary, widow, r 62% Tehama 
Barry Mary, widow, r 67 Duboce A-v 
Barry Mary, widow, r 524 Jersey 
Barry Mary, widow, r cor San Bruno and 

Crescent Av 
Barry Mary Mrs, r 27 Grand 
Barry Mary Mrs, r 83 Duboce Av 
Barry Mary Miss, r 33 Rincon PI 
Barry Mary Miss, dressmkr, r 1505 Post 
Barry Mary C Miss, teacher Pub Schools 

r 2354 Mission 
Barry Mary E Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 2523 Sacramento 
Barry Matthew B, tanner, r 1403 Rail- 
road Av 
Barry Maurice J Rev, asst St Patrick's 
Church (R C) r 760 Mission 



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Barry Michael, watchman, r 35 Powell 

rry Michael H. salesman Anglo-Am 
Crnckery & G Co, r 20S6 Union 
rry Michael J, contractor, r 1448 San 
Bruno Av 
Barry Newton H, bkkor Edward Barry, 

Oakland 

Barry Nicholas, gardener, r 2S45 Clay 
Barry Nicholas D, engineer, r 119 Falr- 

ry Nicholas J. freight elk P M SS Co, 
212 Valencia 
Barry Nicholas P. salesman White 

House, r 1309 Utah 
Barry Nora, widow, r 1309 Utah 
Barry Olivia Mrs, r 39^4 Shipley 
Barry Owen, butcher, r 515 Noc 

ry Patrick, r 437H Minna 
Barry Patrick, r 29S7 Clay 

ry Patrick, coachman, r 1027 Clay 
Barry Patrick, teamster, r 814 Howard 
Barry Patrick J. undertaker United Un- 
dertakers, r 422, 10th 
Barry Peter, ship carp, r 305 Clipper 
Barry Peter, team.ster, r 1227 Castro 
Barry Philip F. shipsmith. r 14 Krie 
Barry Philip M, salesman O'Connor, 

MofTatt & Oo, r 1309 Utah 
Barry R. salesman Welnstock, Lubln .t- 



Co. 



102 Do 



Barry Raymond E. elk De Laval Dairy 

Supply Co. r 1533 Howard 
Barry Richard, r 3641. 20th 
Barry Richard, lumberman, r 274 Pre- 

clta Av 
Barry Richard A. salesman Bray Bros. 

r Berkeley 
Barry Richard J. lab. r 772 Tehama 
Barry Richard J. lodgings. 83G Illinois 
Barry Richard L. elk Frgt Aud S P Co. 

r 51 Rausch 
Barry Richard M. patrolman Morse D 

and P System, r 1017^4 Guerrero 
Barry Richard T, upholst. r 268 Lexing- 
ton Av 
Barry R O. teamster, r 947 Howard 
Barry Robert H, shoemkr, 2140 Fillmore 
Barry Robert L, bartndr, r 3060, 22d 
Barry Robert M. policeman, r 3997. 18th 
Barry Susie, widow, r 933 Valencia 
Barry Thomas, carp str City of Peru 
Barry Thomas, driver, r 37 Rausch 
Barry Thomas, stoker Engine 13. r 1458 

Valencia 
Barry Thomas, tinner, r 821 Bryant 
BAKBT TK01CA8 F, atty-at-law, 582- 
583 Parrott Bldg, tel South 144, r 1307 
O'Farrell 
Barry Thomas F, ironwkr, r 836 Illinois 
Barry Thomas F, mach, r 253 Harriet 
Barry Thomas F, mach. r 3641. 20th 
Barry Thomas J. elk U S Customs, r 1817 

Lyon 
Barry Walter A. teamster, r 1403 Rail- 
road Av 
Barry W E. porter, r 520 Folsom 
Barry William, r 51 Rausch 
Barry William, r 640 Jessie 
Barry William, draper, r 416 Hermann 
Barry William, driver, r Sprlngdale nr 

San Bruno Av 
Barry William, foreman Overland F T 

Co. r 315 Jessie 
Barry William, lab. r 223H Clara 
Barry William, lamp lighter, r 2523 Sac- 
ramento 
Barry William, stev. r 104 Silver 
Barry William E. lab. r 307 Fremont 
Barry William E. salesman Am Import 
<"" r <;7 r>uboc<. Av 




Product 



Barry William H. carrier Pnstofflce, 

r 1812% Post 
Earry William H. lino opr Star, r 934 

Halght 
Barry William I, collr WcsHern Meat Co. 

r 3482, 18th 
Barry William P. contractor, r 1738 Union 
Barry William P, framemkr. r 43714 

Minna 
Barry William S. salesman Union Pulp 

& Paper Co. r 76 Ellis 
Barry Winifred Miss, nurse, r 1720 Web- 

C^Barry. See Barrie and Berry 
Barsanti George, peddler, r 40 Rausch 
Barsch Charles, fireman, r 228 Brannan 
Barsi Amerigo, fruits. 502Mi. 3d 
BarsI Paul, elk Western Drug Co, r 222 

Mason 
Barskey John, teamster, r 1025 Folsom 
Barskey Joseph, teamster, r 1025 Folsom 
Barskey Keve, salesman, r 1025 Folsom 
Barskey Morris, elk Prager's, r 1025 Fol- 
som 
Barsocchlnl Arthur, elk. r 317 Hayes 
Barsocchini Frank, artist, r 317 Hayes 
Barsocchlnl. Galll & Renuooi (G Bar- 
socchini. E Gain and E Renucci) 
butchers, 317 Hayes 
Barsocchini Giusepe (Barsocchini & Galll, 
and Barsocchini, Galll & Renucci) 
r 317 Hayes 
Barsocchlnl William, elk, r 4 Vincent 
Barsocchini & Galll (G Barsocchini and 

E Galll) fruits, 317 Hayes 
Barsotti Antonio, r 7 Hinckley 
Barsottl C Mrs, widow, r 7 Gaines 
Barsotti Camlllo, physician, 628 Mont- 



E (Barsotti & Galll) 



Barsotti Julian J. tinsmith, r 2942 La- 

guna 
Barsotti Nellie B, widow, r 2942 Laguna 
Barsotti & Galll (F E Barsotti and D 

Galll) tailors. 82H4 Polk 
Barstow Carl H, sec Lewis. Anderson. 

Foard & Co, and C P Mayagnos H 

Co, r Alameda 
Barstow Edwin, attendant I>lck Baths. 

r 123, 10th 
Barstow Frank E, salesman Johnson- 
Locke Merc Co, r Alameda 
Barstow James A. carp, r 518 Larkin 
Barstow Joseph N, elk Frgt Aud S P Co. 

r Alameda 
Barstow Mary, widow, r 711 Jones 
Barstow William A. elect eng equipment 

dept U S N, r 214 Union 
Barauglla Achille. blacksmith. r 1220 

Kearny 
Barsuglla Attillo. tailor, r 1602 Eddy 
Barsuglia Edmund. teamster. r 1220 

Kearny 
Barta Carl J. restaurant. 

Boulevard and I 
Bartala Mary, lodgings. 824 Mission 



Ocean 



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The Paint They 
TALK ABOUT 

See adv. Paint Mnlrs. 

A. WILLKOMM, 207 Sansome Street 



Bartel Ralph J, stenog South S P Pkg 
and Prov Co, r 1928 Page 

Bartel Roger, elevator opr T^ative Sons 
Hall, r 16S0 Lombard 

Bartel William, seaman, r 14 Valencia 

CT-Bartel. See Bartl 

Bartell Henry, driver Millbrae Dairv 
r 814 Octavia 

Bartell William, driver W F & Co Ex 
r 429b Green 

Bartello Antonio, seaman, r 820 Battery 

Bartelme John P, salesman, r 1415 Stev- 
enson 

Bartels Catherina, widow, varieties, 791 
Bay 

Bartels Charles R. elk, r 1812 Dupont 

Bartels Charles W, brasswkr, 109 Fre- 
mont, r Alameda 

Bartels Conrad, elk S P Co, r 1812 Du- 
pont 

Bartels Fred W, elk Am Dist Tel Co, 
r 391 Turk 

Bartels Frederick, carp, r 222. 7th Av 

Bartels Frederick, cook, Harmony Hotel 

Bartels George L, groceries, 1601 Dupont, 
r 502 Filbert 

Bartels Henry C, news agt. r 2436 Post 

Bartels Henry M, carp, r 418 Lilv Av 

Bartels Max, cutter Buckingham & 
Hecht, r 1126 Market 

BARTZ:i.S WII,I,IAU (New York) J C 
Edwards mgr, song and fancy birds, 
cages, etc, 1546 Market, tel Folsom 
3225 

Bartelt Charles, mining, r 1 Golden PI 

Bartelt Frank, seaman, r 1028 Potrero 
Av 

Bartenders' International League, 211 

Barter J Hazelton, receiving teller West- 
ern Natl Bank, r 614 Sutter 
Earth Albert E, cornicemkr, r 180 Julian 

Barth Alwine, widow, r 80, 6th Av 
Barth Anthony, molder, r 27 Shipley 
Barth Charles, mgr Pac Tin & Sheet 

Iron Wks, r 210. 14th 
Barth Charles A, master mariner, 1 Fer- 
ry Bldg 
Barth Edwin R. elk r 610 Octavia 
Barth Emil, teacher music, r 1600 Baker 
Barth George, r 267, 4th 
Barth Harry L, elk Piper, Aden, Goodall 

Co. r 610 Octavia 
BABTH HEBMANN, architect. 508 
Montgomery, 4th floor, tel Main 754, 
r SO. 6th Av, Richmond district 

BARTH J. & CO. 



Co) 



The Ely- 



Barth Phihp J, auctioneer, 414 McAllister 
Barth Robert, printer, r 948 McAllister 
Barth Robert H, teacher physical cul- 
ture Pub Schools, r 1536 Eddy 
Barth Robert J, foreman, r 528 Noe 

BARTH RUDOLPH 

watchmaker and Jeweler, with Both- 
schiia & Hadenfeldt, 134 Satter (np- 
stairs) tel Bed 1321, r 310, 2d Av 



Barth Victor F. master mariner 36 

St South 
Barth William G. teacher Cogswell Poly- 

technic College, r 3004, 26th 
Barth William H, metalwkr. r 210 
Barthel C Lionel, bakery, 1048 McAllis- 



Barthel F K. 



Barthel 



905 Market 



Jul A, lab. 



1182 



Harrison 



Barthel Robert O. liquors, 212 Drumra. 

r 124 Eugenia Av 
Barthelet Antoni. art repai 

Sacramento 
Earthelmy Paul, bartndr, r 709 Stockton 
Barthels Arthur, r 1300 Pine 
Barthels Gustav, ironwkr, r 109a Freelon 
Barthels Otto, liquors. 617 Commercial, 

Barthez Auguste 

Barthteldt Harrv. driver, i 

Barthol Adam, r 463 Minna 

Barthold Adolph, hatter, r 665 Guerrero 

Barthold Albert, salesman Nathan Dohr 

mann Co. r 310 Guerrero 
Barthold Arthur, elk Anglo-Am Crock- 

ery & G Co. r 665 Guerrero 
Barthold Bernard, driver, r 1360 Scott 
Barthold Dora, widow, r 367 Jersey 
Barthold Edward, molder, r 64, 3d 
Barthold Edward B. bricklr. r 533 Jersey 
Barthold E F. mach, r 9 Rltch 
Barthold Emil M (Von Ende, Abrams & 

Barthold) r 84 Webster 
Barthold Herman, r 1360 Scott 
Barthold Robert M. asst sec Central Cal 

Canneries, r 26 Julian Av 
CS^BarthoId. See Berthold 
Bartholdy Albert, watchmkr. 324 Cort- 
land Av 
Bartholdy Julia, widow, r 1026a Alabama 
Bartholdy Otto, pressman, r 324 Cortland 



master mariner Dl- 



electn. 



765 Har- 



Bartholomew C H 

mond Frgt Co 
Bartholomew Dougla 

Stevenson 
Bartholomew Frank. 

risen 
Bartholomew J F. pres La Fiesta 

Eclipse Gold Mining Co. r 209 Kearny 
BABTSOXiOMEW JOHH W, 
T> ?,°Tr^^'='°''j:' *1^ Brannan, r Alameda 
Bartl H O. r 1333 Stevenson 
Bartle Henry, upholst. r 1437 Buchanan 
Parties William G, millhand, r 515 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
Bartlet Charles S M, broker, r 808 La- 

guna 
BABTKET EDQAB W, mgr The Smith 

Premier Typewriter Co, r 1929 Cali- 

Bartlet William Mrs, widow, r 1929 Cal- 
ifornia 
Bartlett Adelaide, widow, r 1045, 14th 
Bartlett Annie B. widow, r 3947. 23d 
Bartlett Arthur G, driver, r 724 Natoma 
Bartlett Carleton T, Ry postal elk r 

Berkeley 
Bartlett Charles H, engraver Shreve & 

Co, r 2017 Sacramento 
Bartlett Columbus (Bartlett & Bartlett) 

r Alameda 
i''^'!''IJ £5" "^ widow, r 2811H Howard 
Bartlett Edward P, master str Jeanie 
Bartlett Elizabeth F Miss, Prin Madison 

School, r 34'" ' 

rtlett E T 

San Mateo 
I'^'Jl'^n ^'■''5'' A' ™elter, r 1528 Taylor 
Bartlett Frederick D, bkkpr Holbrook, 

Merrill & Stetson, r 3419 Jackson 
Bartlett George C, elk S P Savings 

Union, r Oakland 
Bartlett George H. r 1408 Vermont 
Bartlett Guy R (Israel & Bartlett) r 313 

Eddy 



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Bartlett H J. city mgr Wheeler & Wil- 
son Mfg Co, r Oakland 
Bartlett Horace bkkpr. r "AS Turk 
Bartlett James H. carp, r 2603 I'oiK 
Bartlett Jane, widow r 2 Falmo"*!' 
Bartlett Jesse. Ironwkr. r 184. *\" 
Bartlett John M, with Dunham. Carri- 

ean & Hayden Co, r Alameda 
Bar^?ett Joseph A. with Studebaker 

Bros Co. r 2505 Washington 
Bartlett K N S M Miss stenog Pac Mail 

SS CO. r Abbotsford Hotel 

Bartlett Llewellyn, H. mgr Areola Con 

Oil Co. 416 California „,,„ett> 

Bartlett Louis (Bartlett & Bartlett) 

Bar'tlett'''Mlchael B. m_gT Mutual In- 
vestment Co, r 103- Bush 

Bartlett Olive S Miss, teacher Pub 
Schools, r 3419 Jackson 

Bartlett Patrick J. painter, r 8u3H 1 reat 

Birtlctt Ki>bert B, watchman Holbrook, 
Merrill & Stetson, r 3419 Jackson 

BAETLETT SPRINGS CO. 

-nTTs T. t: McMahan pre«, James £ Mc- 

SSan vlce^preB. cllvln C McMaHan 

treai, a Sutter , ik^t dp- 

Bartlett riys.ses G, dintist, r 16.. De 

Bar\lt?? 'waiter J K (Western Fine Art 

Bar'ire'tt W^Aer^'re^e^^ator opr, 3 Cali- 

Ba/t°^tVal^r'pr'voca. teacher, r 406 

Barlre'u "^ William C. Christian Scientist. 

206 Kearny, r 840 Hayes 
Bartlett William H, elk P C SS Co, 

BarUett William S. master P M SS tug 

Arab 1st and Brannan 
Bartlett' & Bartlett (Columbus and 
Louis) attys-at-law, 1101-1106 Mu- 
tual Sav Bank Bldg 
Bartlev George, mach, r lUa lAngton 
itnily Kate!' widow, r 221 Hic^tory Av 
Bartley Samuel P. salesman J A Folger 
BarUlSgAlma E, cm Postofflce. r 657 

Baru"ow Frank. Janitor, r 40 Wh^t 
Bartman Anthony, carp, r il? Bay 
Bartmann Arthur F. macb. r 2B29a 

Bar'tm^ann Ferdinand, r 2133 Golden Gate 
Barmiann Ferdinand A engraver Union 

Litho Co. r 21S3 Golden Gate Av 
Bartmann Frederick B. mach ' 

Bar'tnS's L C. marine eng. 36 East St 

^302-309 Safe DeposM Bldg. r 910 Lom- 
Bar'J^'" Harrison, mgr Bay City Agency 

accident dept Pax; Mutual Life Ins 

Co, BOO Montgomery, r jOo'lTtn 
Barto Irene Miss, r 31 Laf?y^"e rear 
itrtoll I G. plasterer, r 727 Minna rear 
Bartolome J. medical student, r &4a 
Bar^^n* Aldrlch. mgr Str Sulsun City. 

pier 2, r Oakland 
Barton Ben. atenog S P Co 
Barton Benjamin F. r 1014 Pine 
BABTOa- BBOS (Kansas City. Mo) P B 
^Gallagher Pac Coast traveling agt. 

boot and shoe mfrs S" G^^ry 
Barton Clara Hospital. See Clara Bar- 
BarVo"n C^a'u'dV^B draftsman F 8 Van 
BarTrrD ^B.^^'^^loward 




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Barton Edward J. elk Postofflce, r 126. 

Barto'j, EHzabeth Miss, r 604 Tennessee 
Barton Frank, laundryman, r 33 1 Jessie 
Barton Frederick, boxmkr. rll4 Tennes- 



i^s^r'^ 114. nth 
elk W F & Co Ex. 



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Barton George, r 

Barton George, t 

Barton George E 

r 333 Eddy , „^, ,„ . „ 

Barton Henry, elk. r i84 Mission 

Barton Henry, cook, r 325. 1st 

Barton James, r 907 Ellis 

Barton James, sweeper Harbor Commis- 
sioners, r 207 Duncan 

Barton John Q. waiter, r 3949 Clay 

Barton Joseph bkkpr, r 517 Post 

Bxiton Josefh T. bkkpr. r 106 Frederick 

BABTOH lAMlY P, speculator. Mills 
Bldg. r 106 Frederick 

Barton Lorlng S, r 1719 Buchanan 

Barton PhlneSs W, with Revere Rubber 
Co. r Alameda . «, „ 

Barton Richard D, carrier Postomce^. 

Barton Robert, painter Harbor Commis- 

Bar'ton Rober? G.'dk'Q M^Dept U S A, 
Ba/ton'y Forrest druggist Union Drug 
Bar'io°nr^.Uh^'il°rc mrrlson & Co, 

r 820 O'Farrell 
Barton Thomas, teamster, r 19% Grand 
Barton Thomas F. painter r 1232 Union 
Barton William F. pres Union Pac Salt 

Co. r Palace Hotel , , „. o d 

Barton William H, elk local frgt S P 

Barton WlUlam'^J^a Inter r 1212 Union 
Barton William W. sec Union Pac Salt 

Co. r 122. 19th Av 
CT-Barton. See Burton 

^Jiol ^B^ndlr (J S Bartow and F P 

Render) printers. 527 Mission 
Bartram Arabella, widow, r 318 Fell 
Bertram Henry A. lab, r 29 RJneeold 
Bnrtsch Bdwln. mgr Klrkwood Hard 

Rubber Co. r 305 Larkln 
Bartsch Odorick Rev O F M, r 115 Gold- 

Bar'tsch Villiam F. groceries. 1652 Wal- 
ler, r 620 Shrader ,nnji/ 
nartschat Adolph. cellarman, r 1004% 

Bartscher'paul. baker, r 908 McAllister 
Plritrum William T. carp r 3022 Pierce 
Bartz Gussle, widow, r 25 Folsom Av 
Bartz Richard, driver, r 1233 Eddy 

^r^crXlb^e^t^B^i^ch & Co) 206 San- 
BaS*BenJamln (Baruch & Co) 206 
Bar^^ch'sdlar, with Am Beet Sugar Co, 
123 California ^ „ ^ . ,««, 

Baruch Frederick (Baruch & Co) r 2603 

Bai^ch""c Miss, stenog Citizens' Alli- 
ance of S F. r 1559 McAllister 

Baruch Simon. 
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Baruch & Co (F. A and B Baruch) com 

mohts, 208 Sansome 
Baruh Joseph, driver, r 275, 6th 
Baruh Moses, comp, r 120 Silliman 
Barulich Martin, liquors, 475, 7th. r 9 

Kate 
Earum Henry, porter Pullman Co, r 914 

Jackson 
Baruth Ernst F (Baruth & Schinkel) 

r 1276 McAllister 
Baruth Henry P, r 1026a Shot well 
Baruth Max, elk J P Grey, r 1435 Oc- 

Baruth William P, cabinet rakr, r 1231 

Broadway 
Baruth William P Jr, stenog, r 1231 

Broadway 
Baruth & Schinkel (Ernest) F Baruth and 

Otto Shinkel Jr) props Anchor Brew- 
ery. 1431 Pacific 
Barwick Clara, widow, r 544 Olive Av 
Barz Albert W. millman. r 2315 Howard 
Barz Fred'k C. millhand, r 2468 Mission 
Barzone Bmile, teamster, r 347 Vallejo 
Bas Prosper, butcher, r 1320, 6th Av 

South 
Basch Abraham, tailor, r 1445 Fillmore 
Basch Auction Co. 321 Sutter 
Basch Charles, tailor, 744 Market, r 233 

O'Farrell 
Basch Herbert, ta.ilor, r 1445 Fillmore 
Basch James, woolen goods, 809 Market, 

r 305 Turk 
Basch Joseph, mgr Basch Auction Co, 

r 1534 Ellis 
Basch Lazar, teacher languages, 530 

Golden Gate Av 
Basch Louis J, electii, r 1176 Ellis 
Basch Philip, tailor, 744 Market, r 320 

Mason 
Basch Samuel, pres Basch Auction Co, 

r 1176 Ellis 
(T^Basch. See Bash 
Baschner J, waiter Hotel St Francis, 

r 112 Turk 
Bascome Anne Miss, r 694 Sutter 
Bascou B, emp Hayes Park Laundry 
Boscou Eugene, cellarman, r 1619 Mason 



n, butcher, 



scou Jul 

South 
Basferd Edith S. widow^ tt 

r 408 Stockton 
Basford Harold R fjos Th 

57S Mission 
(C Basford. See Bassford 



« Bash John, 



iner, r 1765 Fol- 



[CT-Bash. See Basch 

Basham L J, lab S P Co, r 140 Laidlev 

Bashford Charles J, elk U RR, r 8 

Farren Av 
bashford John, carp, 245 Larklr 



Basignani Louis, wood carver, 

Battery 
Basilauski Alphonse, r 710 Point 



810 



Basin Consolidated Mines, Nevada Block 
Basker Harry, elk Seller Bros & Co, 

r 1838 Sutter 
Basker Solomon, agt. r 1838 Sutter 
Bapkin Mark, jeweler, r 1136 Folsom 



Basler Albert, cook, r 409 Minna 
Basmaison Peter, carp, r 813 Pacific 
Basney Virgil, boilermkr, r 730 Shotwell 
Basoino Joseph, bootblk, r 1210 Kea 
BASQTTE HOTEi;, J F Tparraguirre 

propr, 1347 Powell, SW cor Broadway 
Basrjues Pefanio, teamster, r 1169^4 

Folsom 
Basques Peter, elk, r 1169V4 Folsom 
Bass Anna, widow, r 3922 Sacramento 
Bass Arthur, candymkr, r 717 Grove 
Bass Charles J, salesman Bass-Hueter. 

r 640, 13th 
Bass Frances, widow, r 525 Turk 
Bass Frederick E, physician, 123 Ellis, 

r 204 4 Green 
BASS-HUSTEB FAINT CO, Ernest L 

Hueter pres, F C Mauer sec, store 

and factory 816 Mission 
Bass James G, supt Preferred Mercan- 
tile Co. Parrott Bldg 
Bass Thomas J, r 2185, 15th 
Bassaino Frank, bootblk. r 412 Green 
Basse Amanda, widow, r 1018 Mission 
Basse Emil, elk Indianapolis Furn Co, 

r .1018 Mission 
Bassen William, elk. r 1022 Bush 
Basser Frederick, butcher, r 1212 N 

South 
Bassert Rudolph C, elk D N & E Walter 

& Co, r 252 Turk 
BASSETT A C, vice-pres and mgr Lama 

Prieta Lumber Co, 526 Mills Bldg, 

r Menlo Park 
Bassett Addison, condtr U S Mint, r 208 

San Jose Av 
Bassett Arthur, lab, r 327 Montgomery 

BASSBTT CHABIkES P, U S Shipping 

Commissioner. Appraisers' Bldg, 

r Burlingame, Cal 
Bassett Charles W, real estate, 214 Pine, 

r Alameda 
Bassett Daniel J, mech eng Risdon I 

Wks, r 546 Guerrero 
Bassett E, elk Overland F T Co, r 184 4 

Polk 
Bassett Edward J. glovemkr, r 574 

Church 
Bassett F H, mech Cal Blec Wks, r 706 

California 
Bassett Frances, widow, r 326 Flood Av 
Bassett Harvey F. asst sec Loma Prieta 

Lumber Co. r Menlo Park 
Bassett Jacob T. carp, r 574 Church 
Bassett James C, carp, 4122, 18th. r 482 

Castro 
Bassett John G, salesman Kragen's. 

r 2204 Geary 
Bassett Joseph T, elk, r 1301 Harrison 
Bassett Leonard A. lab S P Co. r 129. 3d 
Bassett M Mrs, propr The Anderson, 

407 Powell 
Bassett Margaret Miss, musician, r 482 

Castro 
Bassett R H, musician, r 728 Mont- 
gomery 
Bassett Samuel, pipemkr, r 328 Flood 

Bassett Stephen D, painter, r 326 Flood 
Av 

Bassett Walter J, carp, r 421 Plymouth 
Av 

Bassett Walter S, mill foreman J H 
Kruse, r 879 Shotwell 

Bassett William H, r 1301 Harrison 

[[:7'Bassford. See Basford 

Bassi Amadeo (Peracca, Bassi & For- 
nelli) r 407 Pacific 

Bassi Antone (Giubbini & Bassi) r 814 
Montgomery 

Bassi L, boilermkr F^ilton I Wks 

Bassillio John P, stev, r 112214 Mont- 
gomery 

Bassillio Joseph, mach, r 216 Union 

Bassillio William, boxmkr. r 216 Union 



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Collections made throughout the United States 



Parrott Bldg, 



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STORAGE WAREHOUSE 

VSfh. 316 AND 318 URKI* STREH 



ILKV DIRECTORY. 



. CorneUus J. bartndr. r 241 lurK 
V James (Bassity & Lamsoni 

BAS8ITT JEBOKE A, propr The Gait 
1206 Market. KriH and tama'.o 
Turk, and liquors 1102 Mar- 
206 Market 

ft X,A3CSOH (J Bassity and 
Lamson) wines and liquors. 401 
V:ilencia, cor loth, tel Mission ' 
B^isslur Albert S. elk EXiulpment 

V S N. r 816 Powell 
Basso Antone, merchant, 
Basso Emll. r 2509% Jones 
Basso Salvatore (Basso 

r 305 Edinburgh 
Baoso & Tassaro (S 



Dept 
2509V4 Jones 



Tassaro) 



Tas- 



Basso an( 
_ _ Mission 

Passot Helen Mrs, r 19h John 
Bastable Bartholomew J, gripman L RR. 

Ba.«toln"Henry, bkkpr. r 1882 Howard 
Bastein John, gardener, r 1882 Howard 
Bastbeim Edmund J, salesman Aiphonse 

Judls Co. ' 

Bait hi 

forma 
Bastheim Robert J, salesman Aiphonse 

Judls Co. r 1925 California 
Bastian Ernest E, nreman. r 808V4 Mc- 

Bas^lan George, groceries, 1135 Harrison 
Bastlan Henrietta OD Mrs, groceries, 

1206 Mason 
Bastlan James H. elk 

r 134H Perry 
Bastlan John, draymai 
Bastlan Thomas K, ell 
Bastlan William, mgr 

Guerrero , , , 

Bastohan John (Bastohan & Matcovlch) 

r San Bernardino 
Bastohan & Matcovlch (J Bastohan and 

M Matcovlch) restaurant, 962 Larkin 
Baston Henry, r 2507 Pine 
Baston Joseph W, bartndr, i 



Baston Sarah J, widow, r 

Bastow James A, carp Q 

A. r Presidio 



eustadter Bros, 

r 1123 Geary 
- 1206 Mason 
Bastlan, r 473 



606 Tennes- 



gger. r lOll Tennessee 
bootblk, r 10 Sonora 
Bataglia Antonio, peddler, r 16 Lafayette 

PI 
Bataglia Joseph, lab, r 1419 Dupont 
Bataglia Mariano, peddler, r 20>4 Lafay- 
ette PI 
Bataglia Salvatore, peddler, r 16 Lafay- 
ette PI 
Batalllie Pierre, liquors. 138 Oak 
Batalnlh Peter, lab. r 118 Welsh 
Batavia Herbert, cutter, r 428 Shotwell 
Batavia Laum, widow, t>akery, 428 Shot- 



Prospect 
Bank of 



veil 

Batcabe Pierre, butcher, r H 
PI 

Batchan J 8, Janitor CanadI: 
Commerce, r 926 Hyde 

Batchelder Augustus H, accountant 
Henshaw, Bulkley & Co. r 1529 Wash- 
ington 

Batchelder C H, carp, 3878, 18th 

BATOHXU>£B QEOKOE A, 2d vlce- 
pres E H Rollins & Sons, Merchants" 
Exchange Bldg. r Menlo Park 

Batchelder George H, contr. r 1115 
Church 

Batchelder Henry L. 9 F mgr Kcelcy 
Institute, Donohoe Bldg. r 378. 8th 

Batchelder John H, mach, r 653 Hyde 
Batchelder Nathan P. r 150 Central Av 
Batchelder WlUard Mrs, teacher Hamlin 
School, r 9l).i Sutter 

wniABS J. t-.nrhnr 



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realBwe Compan^ 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS 

460M2 8'"5tMldndXa/. 

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elk, 



119 Califor 



master mariner. 



Batchelder Will 

nia South 
Batchelder William H, elevator 

r 1529 Washington 
Batchelder William H, 

Batchelder William H Jr, painter, r 1529 

Washington 
Z'} Bafchelder. See Bachelder 
Bat&helor L D, foreman Enterprise 

Brewing Co, r 244 Shotwell 
Batchelor F J, with Dunham, Carrlgan 

& Hayden Co, r 857 Sutter 
Batchelor George H, painter, r 2475 Post 
Batcher John, r 300 Baker 

chaw-Batch- 



BATOHER JOSN H ITI 

er Co) r 1124 PaK.- 



M, widow, r 447 Clemen- 
507 O'FaT- 



Batchia Antone 

Leporl, r 18 
Balchia Martin 

r 16 Russ 
Bateman Alice 

tlna ' 

Bateman Charles E, carp, 

"■ell 
Bateman Ernest S, salesman Prager .s, 

r 447 Clementina 
Bateman Herbert, florist, r 750 Ellis 
Bateman Homer A, barber, r 447 Clem- 
entina , ^ 
Bateman I C, vlce-pres and mgr !• red 

B Haight & Co, r Alameda 
Bateman John C, bldr. Crossley Bldg, 

r 1480 McAllister 
Bateman Joseph E, carp, r 3013 Laguna 
Bateman Louisa, widow, r 760 Ellis 
Bateman Robert A, mach, r 1015 Fell 
Bateman Robert H, photr. r 3800, 23d 



R \ 



Mr 



tist. 233 Gear 



BATEMAN WILLIAM 

contractor, banks, ofBces and dweU- 

IngB 

baUi 

Batemai 



Bateman William J, millliand, 

Howard 
Bates Albert F, carrier Postofflce, 

Fillmore 



1823 



itclni;. 



Bates Arthur C (Bates & Hough) r Oak- 
Bates Blanche Miss, nurse, r 808 Hyde 
Bates (Sithcrlne, widow, r SW cor Lyon 

and Washington 
Bates Charles H, 3d officer SS Coptic, 

BATES STTSIiET 0, mining sec, 81 Ne- 
vada Block, r Belvedere. Cal 
Bates Eugine J. with M J Brandcnsteln 

& Co, r 3193 Washington 
Bates Frank U (Bates & Co) r 2932 Clay 
Bates Frank L, engineer, r 2171 Howard 
Bates Fred, seaman, r 422 Natoma 
Bates Frederick C, solr, r 556 Ashbury 
Bates Frederick L, salesman K A Lund- 

strom. r 2040 Leavenworth 
Bates George Mrs, r 911 Minna 
BATES aEOBOE B, atty-at-law, 910-911 

Mills I'.lclK, r 2767 Clay 
Bates (l.i.ri,"- K, dk Alexander & Bald- 
win l/Kl. r 31»3 Washington 



J. F. CUTTER WHISKEY 



C. MARTIN & CO. 



54-66 rir»t St. 



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Miners and Shippers 



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BAT 



International Banking 
Corporation 

Otaeral Banking BuilaesM TraasmctMl 
Foreign Exchange a Specialty 

See page 1. 



Bates Harry C. ins, r 1620 Broadway 
Bates Henry H (J Richards & Co) 

r Washington, D C 
Bates Henry S, with Johnson & Hlg- 

gins, r 1620 Broadway 
Bates Herbert L, engineer, r 2171 How- 
ard 
Bates H L, A, insurance, 411 California, 

r Alameda 
Bates Howard R, engineer, r 2632, 24th 
Bates H R, salesman Tillmann & Bendel, 

r Sacramento, Cal 
Bates James, fireman Tug Arabs, r 224, 

nth 
Bates James T, policeman, r 1219 Fill- 
more 
Bates J Clem, solr Mercantile Box Co, 

r Alameda 
Bates John, lab. r 618 Minna rear 
BATES JOSEPH C, atty-at-law, 530 

California, rooms 9-11, r Alameda 
Bates Joseph H, boxmkr, r 366 Hayes 
Bates J S Mrs, widow, r 404 Vicksburg 
Bates Lou Mrs. mgr Pac Coast Dramatic 

and Vaudeville Exchange, r 219 Eddy 
Bates Lowell H, elk Mandel, Wiener & 

Co, r 937, 14th 
Bates M A Mrs, milliner. 526 Post 
Bate.s M S Mrs, widow, r 3541, 20'th 
Bates Marmaduke, cigars, 101%, 6th, 

r 649 Minna 
Bates Mary, widow, r 324%, 7th 
Bates Morris U, pres Commercial Pub 

Co. r San Anselmo 
Bates Seward S, carp, r 31 Remain 
Bates Stanley, r 267, 4th 
Bates Thomas L, bartndr C M Duer, 

r 3153, 24th 
Bates Vernon, mach, r 224, 11th 
Bates Walter A, elk local frgt S P Co, 

r 32 HofE Av 
Bates W B, r 410 Natoma 
Bates William, driver M Wright 
Bates William A, carriage painter, r 937, 

14th 
Bates William C, r 3193 Washington 
Bates William E. mach, r 324%, 7th 
Bates & Co (Frank D Bates) com and 

mdse brokers. 304 Sacramento 
BATES & HOUaH (Arthur C Bates and 

James F Hough) mgrs Gutta Percha 

and Rubber Manufacturing Co, 26 

Fremont 
Ba'teson Thomas, carp, r 62 Boyce 
Bath Louis F, teamster, r 321 Tehama 
Bath Samuel M, confectionery, 413 De- 

visadero, r 451 Devisadero 
Batham Harry, fireman, r 2836 Baker 
Bathhurst J W. r 1220 Folsom 
Bathian Hugo, agt. 330 Pine, r Fruit- 
vale 
Bathmann John, baker, r 794 Mission 
Bathory Joseph, cabinet mkr, r 426 Day 
Batiloro Clement, peddler, r 11 Lapidge 
Batinich George (Batinich & Josich) 

r 720, 1st' Av 
Batinich Peter, waiter, r 2002 Fillmore 
Batinich & Josich (G Batinich and C 

C Josich) restaurant, 2002 Fijlmore 
Batistelo Giuseppe, lab, r 526 Broadway 
Batistoni Balilla, lab. r 402% Green 
Bvatistoni Eolo, carp, r 402% Green 



BATKIK AIiFSED A, mgr Byron Mauzy, 
308-312 Post, r 455 Frederick, tel 
Page 3173 
Batkin Leonard, merchant, r 163 C&Tl 
Batkin Norton T, insp P S Tel & Tel 

Co, r 1427 PjDst 
ICT'Batkin. See Botkin 
Batmale Alexis, confectionery, 615 

Broadway, r 614 Broadway 
Batmale Jean P (Loustale & Batmale) 

r 614 Broadway 
Batmale Justin, hostler Consumers' Ice 

Co. r 402. 9th 
Batolina Peter, tanner, r 1313, 29th Av 

South 
Batsakis Nicholas, elk, r 917 Kearny 
Batsakis Theodore, candies, 917 Kearny 
Batsch Charles, barber. 1205 Fillmore, 

r 1 Beideman 
Batsere John, lab, r 624 Laguna 
Batsere Margaret, widow, r 1024 Bryant 
Batson Matthew A, ins, r Occidental 

Hotel 
Batt Henry, cigars, 624 Market, r 339 

Fell 
Eatt Jacob, buyer, r 1664 Post 
Batt Milton M, elk, r 1614 Post 
Batt Samuel, with H Batt, r 345 McAl- 
lister 
Batt Solomon C, butcher, 1612 PosH r 

1664 Post 
Battaglia Giovanni, mach, r 1627 Dupont 
Battiani Louis, gardener, r 32 Huron Av 
Battalova Pietro. glazier, r 852 Vallejo 
Batteate John, feather cleaner, r 654b 

Natoma 
Batteate Rallo, lab, r 654b Natoma 
Batteaux J Daniel, elk Code-Portwood 

Canning Co, r Fruitvale 
Battee George H, salesman Electric Ap- 
pliance Co, r 804 Ellis 
Battelle Ernest L, physician, cor Ken- 
tucky and 20th, r 846 Capp 
Battelle Richard, elk S F I^aundry Assn, 

r 1515 Ellis 
Batten Edward S (Bradbury & Batten) 

r 106 Cherry 
Batten EJva Mrs, designer, 639 Kearny, 

r Mill Valley 
Baten Evans D, stone cutter, r 106 

Cherry 
Battten Joseph B, with E and g Heller, 

r Mill Valley 
Batten Samuel, dyer, r 1605 Mission 
Batten Samuel H, elk Jos C Bates, r 106 

Cherry 
Batten Taylor, carp, r 703 Clayton 
Battenfield John G, mach, r 1010 Ten- 

Battenfeld Perry C, r 709% Buchanan 
Batterman Henry (Keating & Batter- 
man) r 2 Sagamore 
Battersby William N, bartndr, r 1315a 



Batterton William H, butcher, r 572 Ivy 

Av 
Battery Street F^ee and Tea Bonded 

Warehouses. Haslett Warehouse Co 

proprs, Batery nr Filbert 
Battery Street Hotel, 1017 Battery 
Battery Street Warehouse, Haslett Whae 

Co proprs, NW cor Filbert and Bat- 
tery 
Battiey John E, carp, r 28, 7th 
Battle George, salesman Century Elec 

Co, r 804 Ellis 
Battln S S Jr, salesman Phelps & 

Adams, r San Mateo, Cal 
Batin Strodey, mach hand, r 541, 6th 
Batista Paulina, widow, r 509% Vallejo 
Batistessa Domenico, waiter, r 434 

Broadway 



Tel. Main 389 PfOOf WJfeS. 



W. J. MORGAN, PRE 

106-107 Battery St. 



BAT 



LMIOCKER-LA.NOLEY DIRECTORY. 



ttlstossa Giuseppe (Battistessa & 
Andreazzi) r 836 Vallejo 
ttlstessa Martin. miUhand C A Malm 
& Co, r 423 Washington 
ttlstessa & Andreazzi (G Battistessa 
and r Andreazzi) restaurant. 524 
Broadway „ 

Battlstlnl F & Co (B Battlstlnl and B 

BlaKl) fruits. 4103 California 
Battlstlnl Francisco (T Battlstlnl & 
Co) r 275 Turk ^^ , 

Battlstlnl Joseph, lab G P and C A Wet- 

Battile Michael. Ry postai elk. r 1258 

Battles Luke, with Van Eraon Engineer- 
ing Co. r 572 Harrison 
Battles M C Mrs. widow, r 800 Eddy 
Battles Ward, leather, 405 Front, r AJa- 

raeda 
Battrelle William, r 179, 4th 
Batturs Walter. foundryman. r 446 

Clementina 
Batty J B, itev, r 139 Bast St South 
Battye Charles, shotmkr, r 237 Minna 
Battye Charles H, with White House, 

Batulos'stabeos, confectionery. 524, 3d 
Bauch Theodore, barrndr. r 337. 10th 
Bauchlero Giuseppe, lab, r 514 Green 
Bauehou Bernard (Brown & Bauchou) 

Bauchou Bros (J and P) gardeners, 2303 
Devlsadero 

Bauchou EMward, salesman Brown & 
Bauchou, r 9, 14th Av 

Bauchou Jean (Bauchou Bros) r 2303 
Devlsadero ., „ . 

Bauchou John P. gardener, r 44 Hart- 
ford 

Bauchou Joseph B, salesman Brown & 
Bauchou. r 9, 14th Av 

Bauchou Pierre (Bauchou Bros) r 169. 

Bauchou Vlctoire, widow, r 2303 Devlsa- 

Baucom John F. salesman Union Coftee 

Co. r 530 Golden Gate Av 
Baud Robert I, elk J B Toplitz, r 584b 

Castro 
Baudeau Louis, mach. r 833 Pacific 
Baudendlstel Frank L, butcher, r 21 

White 
Baudln John, r 367 Jessie 
Baudoln Caroline M, widow, r 230 

Parnassus Av 
Baudoln Louis N. with FIschbeck Soap 

Co, r 230 Parnassus Av 
Baudoln William G, salesman Langley 

& Michaels Co, r 2186. 15th 
Baudouin E5mlle M. lab, r 841a Howard 
Baudry Frank. Bailor, r 192. 7th 
CTBaudry. See Beaudry 
Bauer A, elk Tlllmann & Bendel, r 1372. 

Bauer Ada A. widow, r 729 Corbett Av 
Bauer Adolph (Dalss & Bauer) r 329 

Goettlngen 
Bauer Adolph C. groceries. 1249. 9th Av 
Bauer Anna, widow, r 929% Shotwell 
Bauer Anton H. elk J F Schomer. r 929'/4 

Shotwell „,,, 

Bauer Arthur, salesman, r 1367 Ellis 
Bauer Bernard, perfumes, r 941 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bauer Bemhard. carp, r 35, 9th 
BAITSX BBOB k OO (Moses and Samuel 
Bauer and Simon Katten) importers 
of laces, fancy goods, embroideries. 
velllnRS. curtains, etc. sole agents P 
N corse^M. 21-23 Sansome 
Bauer Catherine, widow, r 737 Treat Av 
Bauer Charles, r 87 Elgin Park 
Bauer Charles, baker, r 625 Clay 
Bauer Charles, cement wkr. r 3015 Bu- 
chanan 



Savings and Loan Society 

101 MONTGOMERY. COR. SUTTER 

Oldest incorporated Savings Bank in the 

Stale 

Deposit ol One Dollar and upwardi received 



Bauer Charles. 

Bush 
Bauer Charles, waiter 
Bauer Charles A. portc 



pman U RR, 



1677 



625 Jessie 
W F & Co Ex. 
. .910 Larkln , , 

Bauer Charles B. carp. 2940 Mission, 

r 3461, 26th „ , 

Bauer Charles F. dentist. 30 Post 
Bauer Chris J. director Bauer-Schweit- 
zer Hop & Malt Co. r 817 Van Ness 

Bauer Christian, with Natl Brewing Co, 

r 324 Lily Av 
Bauer Christian, liquors. 2422 Green- 



nch 



Miss 



U S 



Bauer Cniristiana M 

A Genl Hospitial „ ^ ^, ^ ,,„ 

BAUEB EUIUB, mgr S F News Co, 342- 

350 Geary, r Hotel Savoy 
Bauer Francis J. salesman S F News 

Co, r 1603^4 Fill-more 
Bauer EYank. carp, r 221 Rltch 
Bauer Fred J. cooper, r 212%. 11th 
Bauer Frederick, artist, r 511 McAllister 
Bauer Frederick, carp, r 310 Vicks^ire 
Bauer Frederick H. elk Postofflce, 

r Frultvale „„, ,, 

Bauer Frederlcka. widow, r 931 Hayes 
Bauer George. barber. 380 Sanchez. 

r 3802. 17th , . 

Bauer George, cellarman Schleslnger & 

Bender, r 75r 
Bauer George R 



Lamp Reflector 



Bauer George 

Schweitzer Hop 

Buchanan 
Bauer Gottlieb, r 573 Mission 
Bauer Oustav. elk U RR, r 430. 3d Av 
BATTEB HAamTOir A, atty-aH-law and 

notary public. 503-504 Clunie Bldg. 

503 California, tel Bush 222, r 1703V4 

Fillmore 
Bauer Harry, salesman, r 515 Van Ness 

Bauer Henry, cement wkr, r 383 London 
Bauer Henry, driver, r 28 Bowdoin 
Bauer Henry, mach. r 152 Douglass 
Bauer Ignatz. Janitor, r 620 Washington 
Bauer J. plumber, r 1517 Taylor 
Bauer Jacob. lab, r 829 York 
Bauer J C Mrs, widow, r 1708 Buchanan 
Bauer J N, r 507 Pine 
Bauer John, butcher, r 1698 Treat Av 
Bauer John, cooper, r 3802. 17th 
Bauer John O. carp, r 436. 2d Av 
Bauer Joseph (Bauer Mfg Co) r Hotel 

Bau.r".l'..l.o|.h. rnblnet mkr. r 43 Gilbert 
BATTEB JOSEPH, wines and liquors, 19 

F.w, St N-rth. r 61 Portola 
BATTER I^M7, BEFZOICTOB ft EXiBO- 
TBIO SIOK OO, mfrs of lamps, lan- 
t'^rns and reflectors of all descrip- 
tions, metal spinning, electric signs, 
510 Mission, tel Green 491 
Bauer Lawrence, r 537 Montgomery Av 
Bauer Leonard, cabinet mkr, r 904 

Potrero Av „ 

Bauer Leopold, cement mkr, r 3015 Bu- 
chanan 
Bauer I.,eopold F, r 3015 Buchanan 
Bauer Louis, r 3152. 22d 
UniiiT I,.. Ills, carp, r 322 Madrid 



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111! 

Louis, 
Bauer Louis 

Bauer Ix>uise. widow, r 215 Steiner 
BATJEB MPO CO (Josepli Bauer) maim- 
ers and retailers ladies' and children's 
cor 23d, tel Capp 



wear, 2700 Mlssic 

7222 

Bauer Marie, widow, 
Bauer Martin (Bauer 

Electric Sign Co) 
Bauer Mary, widow, 
Bauer Max, baker, r 



r 713y2 Minr 
Lamp Reflec 
806 Hayes 
3341, 24th 
212 Kear 



Bauer Moses (Bauer Bros & Co) . .,...„ 

Prance 
Bauer Otto F, shoemkr, 153 9 Mission 
Bauer Otto F M (Bauer Lam,p Reflector 

& Electric Sign Co) r 806 Hayes 
Bauer Philip, with Joseph Bauer, r 120 



(Bauer Br^ 
2d hand 



121/2 



Nn 

Bauer San 

Vallejo 

Bauer San 

Folsom 

BATTER-SCHWEITZEB HOP & MAIiT 
CO, Joseph Schweitzer pres, George W 
Bauer vice-pres. William F Schweit- 
5?^ ^^^' ^°^'^ ^"'^ brewers' materials, 
632 Sacramento 
Bauer Sigmund, salesman Jules Levy & 

Bro, r 1536 Grove 
Bauer Simon, cooper, 843 Florida 
Bauer Veletia, widow, r 57 Beaver 
Bauer Victor W, r 413 Stockton 
Bauer Walter H, salesman Bishop-Wil- 
bur Co, r 618 Eddy 
Bauer William, lab, r 70 Palmetto Av 
Bauer William F, waiter, r 730 Natoma 
Bauer William H, photo engraver, 

r 1243, 11th Av 
Bauer William J, physician, 32 O'Far- 

rell, r 3152, 22d 
C? Bauer. See Baur and Bower 
Bauersachs Charles, r 28 Shipley 
Baugart George, bartndr, r 6S3 Clemen- 

Baugh G, carp, r 732 Eddy 

Baugh J Ingledew, reporter R G Dunn 

& Co, r Alameda 
Baughman Charles E, condtr, r 1071 Fell 
Baiighman Charles P, mfrs' agt, 819 

Market, r Oakland 
Baughman Clarence O, elk G H Umbsen 

& Co, r 773 Clayton 
Baughman Noble H, pres Asbestos Paint 

Co. _r 773 Clayton 

and H) laundry, 1623 



Fillmore 
uix Henry (Baui 

Wildey Av 

uix Victor (Baui: 



Bros) 
5ros) r 1623 Fi: 



17% 



Baulsir Seth M, 



pressman Bar 



Swasey, r 180 Ru_„ 
Baum Abraham, r 1014 Bush 
BAirU AI^EXANDEB B, attV-at-la? 

341 Crossley Bldg, tel Bush 87: 

r Alameda 
Baum Allen, tel opr. r 1217 O'Farreli 



Alois 



b, woolens, 
i28 Sutter 
Benjamin, salesmai 

r 2918 Jackson 
Benjamin J. candyi 

r 2721 Clay 



530 

Jules Levy & 
ifr, 1144 How- 



Eaum Bernard, r 2604 Pacific Av 
Baum Bertha, widow, r 711 Oak 
Baum Charles, ballplayer, r 1217 O' Far 



es W, salesman A Cameron 

119 Eddy 

, widow, r 2721 Clay 

1 A, city agt Liverpool & 

~ Globe Ins CO, r Hotel St 



& Co, r 
Baum Clai 
Baum David 

London <S 

Nicholas 

Baum Edward, bartndr, r 1619 Tonquin 
Baum Elizabeth, widow, r 1705 Powell 
Baum E S, elk U S A Headquarters, 

Dept Cal, r 268 Turk 
Eaum F G, genl supt elec trans Cal Gas 

and Elec Corporation, r 2470 Bush 
Baum George S (H U Jaudin & Co) 

r 1352 Clement 
Baum Hans, boa/t builder Geo Kneass; 

r 25 Clay 
Baum Herman, rubber wkr Bowiers 

Rubber Co, r 2922 Sacramento 
Baum Hyman, tailor, 901 Jones, r 1014 



Bush 



Isadora, wood turner. 



Johr 



piano mover, r 663 Wi: 



Baum John T, r 1217 O'Farreli 
Baum Joseph, painter, r 592 McAllister 
Baum Joseph Jr, bazaar, 714 Valencia 
Eaum Morris, tailor, 2025 Mission, r 71 

Hoff Av 
Baum Oliver, bartndr, r 604 O'Farreli 
Baum Peter, master mariner, office 3 

Steuart 
Baum Philip, propr Sentinel Mfg Co, 

r 1020 Van Ness Av 
Baum Rudolph, physician, 369 Sutter, 

r 719 Scott 
Baum Simon, cashier Emil Gunzburger, 

r 2918 Jackson 
Baum V H Mrs, r 714 Valencia 
Baum William, lab, r 2323 Beach 
CTBaum. See Baun 
Eauman Anton, foreman (^lifornia 

Dairy, r 700 Amazon Av 
Bauman Arthur, buticher, r 1928 Leaven- 



5rth 



tailor. 



Bauman Charles 
_ enworth 

Frank, lab, r 109 Worden A 
elk Rathjen Bros, r 



Bauman Fred, 

Stockton 
Eauman Frederick, plumber. r 1928 

Leavenworth 
Bauman Henry, marine eng, 36 East St 

South 
Bauman Joseph, liquors, 5600 Mission 
Bauman Joseph, milker, r 700 Amazon 



r 1479. loth 

Bauman Robert J, tailor, r 1928 Leaven- 
worth 

Bauman Solon H, elk L Dinkenspiel & 
Sons, r 191 Turk 

Bauman Walter E, with W & J Sloane 
& Co, r 1928 Leavenworth 

Baumann Annie L Miss, vocalist Tivoll 
Opera House, r 1049 Market 

ann August J, printer, r 167 Doug- 



las 



Bertha Mrs, clairvoyant 



317 



1427 Stelner 



Baumann Carl, i 
Baumann Casper 

South 

Baumann Charles, elk Ha 

r 1983 Union 

Baumann Frank, dairy produ 

Baumann Frederick, grinder, 

Baumann George, tanner, r 



Bru 



Bail 



Av 

Jacob, liqu 



449, 3d 
21 York 
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Baumann John, r 51 Tomaso 

Baumann John, driver, r 175. 13th 

nn John, with John D Baumann 
"o, r Berkeley 

John D (John D Baumann & 
r New York 

Baumann John D & Co (J D Baumann) 
iporters, 409 California 

Baumann Joseph, lab, r 51 Tomaso 
Joseph, liquors, 549, 9th 

Baumann Joseph A, dairy, 909 Bryant 
imann Joseph J. r 200 Somer.set 
imann Marie Miss, bakery. 1711 Mar- 
ket 
imann Petor, bartndr, r 649 Clay 

Baumann Vincent, milker, r 433 Pine 

Baumann W, driver Fredericksburg Boi- 
ling Co. r 1108 Steiner 

Baumann William, teamster, r 1738 San 
lo Av 

CTBaumann. See Bauman. Bouwman 
and Boiwrnan 

Baumard Julie Mrs. corsets. 685 Sutter 

B«umbach Benjamin, seaman, r 107 Na- 
toma 

Baumbach Bernard, seaman, r 107 Na- 
toma 

Baumberger Alfred, mechanic Cal Elec 
Wks. r 1413 Taylor 

Baumberger Bertha L., stenog Dairy- 
mans' L'nlon of Cal. r 1413 Taylor 

BAVMBESaEB ESWIV J. atty. 216 
Crocker Bldg. r 1413 Taylor 

Baumberger Krlda .Miss, teacher music, 
r 1413 Taylor 

Baumberger James, mgr Golden Gate 
Salt Co, 509 Montgomery, r 1413 Tay- 
lor 

Baumelstier Albert W, printer, r 882 
Geary 

Baumelster.Anna B. widow, r 1123 Bu- 
chanan 

Baumeister Barbet, widow, r 1123 Bu- 
chanan 

Baumelster Bernhardt H, physician and 
druggist, 1538 Dolores 

Baumelster Edward, tailor. 1123 Bu- 
chanan 

Baumelster Frederick G, elk Postofflce, 
r 129b, 14th 

Baumelster c; Mrs, hair dresser, 882 
Geary 

Baumelster Henry, emp Sutro Baths, 
r 477H Tehama 

Baumelster Henry, motrm, r 232 Sadowa 

Baumelster Josephine, widow, r 1291). 
14th 



14th 



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fur 



nlshing k^hkIs and •propr American 
Shirt Paotorv. 160S Market, tel How- 
ard 2082. r 4062. 24lh 

Baumel. See Bauml 

Baumer Jacob A. elk K B Moore, r 914'/4 
Harrison 

Baumgaertel Karl, musical mdse, 138 
Powell, r 2970 Pine 

Baumgard Henry, molder IT I Wks, 
r 1828V4 Market 

Baumgardner Margaret, wiilnw. r 1406 
Guerrero 

Beumgart Wolfgang, bkkpr Am Import 
Co, r 8 Beaver 

Baumgarten Arthur B, elk. r 98 Web- 
ster 

Baumgarti'n Bros (H. J and W) butchers, 
1496 Ellis and 2019 Fillmore 

Baumgarten Harry, butcher, r 582 Olive 



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BAXTMO-ASTSN J Si CO Uoseph Uuum- 
garten. Meyer L Cahn and Cerf Weyl) 
importers woolens and tailors' trim- 
mings, 578 Mission 

Baumgarten John, druggist, r 1045 Mar- 
ket 

Baumgarten John, seaman, r 27 Broad- 
way 

Baumgarten John, tailor, r 306 Diamond 

Baumgarten Joseph (Baumgarten Brosj 
r 1539 Devlsadero 

Baumgarten Joseph (J Baumgarten & 
Co) r 1430 Geary 

Baumgarten Leon, salesman, r 1430 
Geary 

Baumgarten Maggie, widow, r 27 Broad- 
way 

Baumgarten Otto, master mariner, r 822 
Mission 

Baumgarten Philip J, salesman J Baum- 
garten & Co. r 1430 Geary 

Baumgarten St Clair, elk, r lOJ 

Baumgarten William (Baumgar 
r 582 Olive Av 

Baumgarten William, physlciai 
20th 

rJ'- Baumgarten. See Von Baumgarten 

BAXncaABTirXH A TUEO, mgr Boltz. 
Clymer & Co. 416 Market, r Oakland 

Baumgartner August C, vlce-pres Hunt 
Bros Co, r Oakland 

Baumgartner Frederick, student, r 566 
Geary 

Baumgartner James, mach, r 500, 20th 

Baumgartner John, teacher, music, r 826 
O'Farrell 

Baumgartner Jno Jay (Jno Jay Baum- 
gartner & Co) and sec Travelers' Pro- 
tective Assn. 4 Sutter, r Oakland 

Baumgartner Jno Jay & Co (Jno Jay 
Baumgartner) mfrs' agts, 4 Sutter 

Baumgartner Peter, bellman, r 666 Geary 

Baumgartner Roy, driller U I Wks. r 214. 
3d 

Baumhogger Charles M, cook Wester- 
feld's Bakery, r 911 Howard 

Bauml William L. clgarmkr. •!02. 2d 

Baumstelger Adolph, plumbing. 
Geary 

Baumstelger Albert, miller, r 336S. llith 

Baumstelger Paulina Mrs, dressmkr, 
1603 Geary 

Baumstelger Sebastian V, baggage mas- 
ter North Shore RR. r 3368, 19th 

BaUmuller Edward G, plater, r 170, 10th 

Baumuller Elizabeth, widow, r 170, 10th 

Av 
l!;iur .Mice, widow, r 514 Mason 
Baur Christ, liquors, r 081 Minna 
Baur John, draftsman A Pissls, r 7:!6 

Bush 
Baur Vincent, r 644 Pine 
ICT-Baur. See Bauer and Bower 
Baurquest Adolph, waiter, r 316 Fulton 
Baiisch Caroline, widow, bakery, 2402 

Fol.som 

BAUSCH ft LOMB OPTICAL CO. 

OF CALirOKWlA (Bucrs to Pacino 
Micro Materials Co) microicopei, lab- 
oratory sxipplies. cneuilcals, chemical 
glassware and apparatus, 330 Sutter, 



tel Matn 5930 



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Bauscher Bros (N T) mfrs decorated 
chinaware. Hamburg Import Co agts, 
401 California, room 24 
Bauschke Henr.v, tailor, r 1038% Howard 
Bauske Fred, barber. 1050 Howard 
Bausman Hannah, widow, r 10 Bond 
Bausman Harry P, elk Baker & Hamil- 
ton, T 10 Bond 
Bausman William W, dep registrar, r 126 

Bauter Amos J. r 219 Gough 
Bautz William M, bottler, r 577 Haight 
Bauville William, waiter, r 1016 Bush 
Bava Alexander (Bava & Malino) r 1219 

Scott 
B:iva & Malino fA Bava and P Malino) 

fruits, 1219 Scott 
Bavo Alfred, collr Central Trust Co, 

r Oakland 
Bawart Frank, elk, r 315% Jessie 
Bawart Theresa, widow, r 315»4 Jessie 
BAXTEB A A, agt Bellingham Bay Im- 
provement Co. 204 Front, r Palo Alto 
Baxter .\nna G, widow, r 1376 McAllister 
Baxter Arthur, pres No Percentage Drug 

Co. r 1376 McAllister 
Baxter Arthur S. r 2207 Steiner 
Baxter Charles A, mgr Globe Medical 

Co, 320 Mason 
Baxter Charles A. salesman, r 1184 Ellis 
Baxter Day, draftsman Cal Gas & Elec 

Corp, r Oakland 
Baxter David E. policeman, r 409, 4th 
Baxter Edward F (Runnels & Co) r 

Portland. Or 
Baxter Edward F. vice-pres Pac Coast 

Syrup Co, r Seattle, Wash 
Baxter Edward H, office 31, 2d 
Baxter Edward J (Baxter & Neutzel) 

r 113 Stockton 
B '"^T-PR E H CO TSE, F L, Baxter pre.'!, 

dealers in merchandise, specialties, 

electric belts, rubber goods etc, 31, 

2d, tel Main 811 
Baxter E Howard, elk Getz Bros & Co, 

r Oakland 
Baxter F L Mrs. pres E H Baxter Co, 

r 350 Frederick 
Baxter Frank C. .salesman, r 240. 10th 

Bnxter Harry, cigar mkr. r 677 Geary 
Baxter Henry, elk Bonestell-.Richardson 

.<;• Co. r 1322 Filbert 
Baxter Henry, driver, r 154 Julian Av 
Baxter Henry, hostler, r 1314 Grove 
Baxter Hiram D. elk Spring Valley W 

Co, r 3021 Pine 
Baxter Howard, r S0,8 Kentucky 
Baxter .Tackson. painter, r 123 Oak 
Baxter James, silversmith, r 225a 14th 
Baxter Jane, widow, r 2619 Sutter 
BAXTEB 3 H. agent Stimson Mill Co 

fBallard. Wash) office 6 California 

room 28. tel Main 5935. r 1601 Gough 
Baxter John, horseshoer. 108 Valleio 

r 76 Jackson 
Baxter John, iockey, r 117 Oak 
Baxter John C, dentist, 1289. 9th Av 
Baxter Lena C Mrs, r 1405 Baker 
Baxter Lionel, r 123 Oak 
Baxter Mary, widow, r 306 Langton 
Baxter Mary E, widow, r 845 California 
Baxter Mattie Mrs. dressmkr, r 717 

Franklin 



Baxter Onnie R, draftsman James R 

Miller, r Oakland 
Baxter Patrick, porter Occidental Hotel, 

r 1259 Folsom 
Baxter Pet«r, eng U S str Genl Alex- 
ander, r 119 Noe 
Baxter R F, salesman Payot, Upham & 

Co, r Oakland 
Baxter Robert, car repairer, r 806 Ken- 
tucky 
Baxter Robert, engineer, r 107 Congo 
Baxter Thomas S, lab. r 306 Langton 
Baxter Walter, rigger, r 1959, 15th 
Baxter William, lab r 147 Natoma 
Baxter William S, cashier Wm Lewis & 

Co, r Oakland 
Baxter & Nentzel (E J Baxter and C M 
Nentzel) proprs The Luxembourg, 113 
Stockton 
Bay and River Dredging Co. 425 Crossley 

Bay and River Steamboatmen's Union, 

54 Mission 
Bay and River Transportation Co, C L 

.A.rques mgr and sec. 116 Oalifornia 
Bay Bottling Co, 1529 Howard 
Bay Charles P, elk Cluett, Peabody & 

Co. r 140 Vick«burg 
Bay Christian (weekly) 970 Market 
BAT CITIES WATEB CO, W S Tevis 

pres, H G' Wheeler sec, C N Beal genl 

mgr, 1006-1014 Mutual Savings Bank 

Bldg 
Bay City Building and Loan Association, 

214 Pine 

BAT CITY ENGINEERING & SUP- 

PIT CO, H. E. Iceland mgr, H. K. 
Moulthrop sec, C. C. Elsasaer engrln- 
eer, Oceanic steam and water pack- 
ing's, eng'ineers' suppUes, va.lT* of all 
moulded mechanical rubber goods, 
boiler compounds and Babbitt metal, 
Stevens pump valves, 322 Soward, 
factory 258 Premont 

BAY CITY IRON WORKS 

Mirk & Halket proprs, mfrs boilers, 

tanks and sheet-Iron work, wrought 

iron and structural-sheet work and 

general blacksmith work, 136-138 

Main, tel Bosh 263 
Bay City Market, 113S-1442 Market 
EAT CITT UASKET CO (Inc) Mrs 

Emilie Strouse sec, 1138-1142 Market, 

tel South 13 
Bay City Match Co, 23 Davis, factory 

718 Channel 
Bav City Mercantile Co, 997 Market 
BAT CITT PHABMACT, F E Rockstroh. 

1098 Howard, tel Folsom 1101 
Bay City Realty Co. Chronicle Bldg 
BAT CITT SODA WATER CO, H A 

Cllne pres, Julius Klein treas, D P 

Shea sec, office and works 117-123 

Hyde, tel Polk 1921 
Bay City Special Messenger Service, 40 

Fern Av 
Bay City Stables, 1715 Sacramento 
Bay City Wheelman's Club, 441 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bay City Wire Wks, 416 Jackson 
Bay Counties Coml Co, F J McGulre sec, 

312 Commercial 
Bay Counties Power Co (California Gas 

& Electric Corporation) 6th floor 

Rialto Bldg 

BAY COUNTIES TRANSPORTA- 

TIOW CO (Inc) P. R. Peake pres, W. 
H. Payson vice-pres, H. W. Miller sec 
and mgr, genl bay and river freight- 
ing, 407 Washington, tel Bush 730 

Bay Development Co, sand, 153 Berry 

office Rialto Bldg 
Bay Gottlob, carp Union Brewing and 

Malting Co. r 140 Vlcksburg 



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BAT SHOSi: WATEB CO, T B Potter 
pres. r, B Campbell sec. 406 Parrott 
BIdK. tel Jessie 4 896, power house 
Leland Av nr San Bruno Road, tel 
Church 4551 
Bay State Dairy, 428 Connecticut 
Bay State Oyster House, 29 Stockton 
Bay Street Machine Works, CarniKlla & 

rimondo proprs, 419 Bay 
Bay View Brick Co, L A Steiger pres. 
James A Snook sec. 639 MiUss Bldg 
I- View Farm (dairy) 211 Berlin 
V View Hotel. 629, 2d 
BAT VHIW I.AirO CO, H A Whitley 
S.-C. 920 Mills Bldg 
y View Park Assn, Rialto BldR 
r William V N. salesman, r 244 Devls- 
adero 

,ard William J. cigars. 301 Turk, r 
311 Turk 
Bayer Frank J. lltiuors. 400 Halght 

?r Irvine, elk Schlesinger & Bender, 
1703 Geary 
Bayer Joseph, r 903 Powell 
Bayer Joseph, baker, r 794 Mission 
Bayer Joseph, physician. 391 Sutter, 

1703 Geary 
Bayer Paul, baker, r 734 Minna 
Baylac Baptist, laundryman, r 1757 Polk 
Baylac Francois, laundryman, r 1757 

Polk 
Baylac Pierre, laundryman, r 1767 Polk 
Bayle Catherine Miss, r 1332, Bth Av 
S.iuth 

BAYLE, LACOSTE & CO. 

John I,acoite pree, C. A. Artig-aea 
Tlce-pre«, E. O. Rleser »ec and tread, 
wholeaale and retail tripe de<Llers, 
etc, principal office 534 Clay, branches 
7 Cal Market and 18 Bay City Market 
Bayles John D, with Robt-rt .Mfg Co, 

Bayle's .Myrtle Mrs. r 592 McAlli.ster 
Bayles Rose Miss, r 930 Filbert 
Baylesa A H & Son (A H Bayless) In- 
vestments, Chronicle Bldg 
Bayless Alexander H (A H Bayless & 

Son) r 951 Eddy 
Bayless Charles H. carpet layer C H 

Coggin, r 2242 Mission 
Bayless Edward, carp, r 409 Minna 
Bayless Sarah E, r 2242 Mission 
Bayless Thomas, paper hanger, r 706 

Taylor 
Bayless William H, r 2242 Mission 
CTBayless. See Bayliss 
Bayley Arthur C. liquors. 403 Drumm 
Bayley Arthur N (White & Bayley) 

r The Colonial 
Bayley Charles, blacksmith, r 426 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bayley Eugene F, salesman Anglo-Am 

Crockery & G Co. r 1138 Webster 
Bayley Simeon S, stock buyer, r 2126, 

15th 
Bayley Thomas, carp, r 426 Golden Gate 



salesman Koenigs, 
8 P Co, 



Av 
Bayley Walter 

r 1210b Scott 
Bayley William B. tick 

r 2433 Buchanan 
C^Bayley. See Bailey, BalUy and Bayly 
Bayliss George E, seaman, r 22 Garden 

Av 
rr Bayliss. See Bayless 
Baylo John, cook, r 325 Linden Av 
Bayly i-harles. bartndr, r 616*4 PacIOc 
BATX.T CWART.BS A, mgr Bayly's Cen- 
tral Pharmacy, r .".15 Stockton 



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228 Kearny Street 



Bayly Charles A Jr, druggist E P Baylv. 

r 515 Stockton 
Bayly Christina Mrs. notions, 1603 

Dolores 
BATXT E P, propr Bayly's Central 

Pharmacy, 330 Grant .\v, r 515 Stock- 
ton 
Bayly Francis P (Charles Lille & Co) 

r 1909V4 Chestnut 
Bayly George L. elk F G Eickhorst & 

Co, r 3117 Pierce 
Bayly Harry T, elk Zeno Mauvais Music 

Co, r iei5b Clay 
Bayly Henry P F, molder. r 1603 Dolores 
Bayly James H, porter E P Bayly, r 515 

Stockton 
Bayly Richard W, elk E P Bayly, r 515 

Stockton 
BATI^T'S CENTBAI. FHABMACT, E P 

Bayly propr, 330 Grant Av 
BATITE BICKABD (Piatt & Bayne) 

atty-at-law, 134-136 Crocker Bldg, 

r 1525 Washington 
Baynton Francis II, lab, r 522 Minnesota 
Baynton Frank. Ironwkr, r 73 McLea Ct 
Bayreuther Gustave W (G W Bayreuther 

& Co) r 923 Natoma 
Bayreuther G W & Co (G W Bayreuther) 

plumbing. 504 Post 
17 Bayreuther. See Baireuther 
Bays George, elevator opr, r 73a Albion 

Av 
Bays Ida Mrs, r 3422, 19th 
Bazareck Frank, baker, r 634 Pacific 
Bazet Louis, physician, 908 Geary 
Bazille Florence, widow, r Sll'A Mont- 
gomery 
Bazo Felix, molder. r 427 Lombard 
Bazzia Giuseppe, lab. r 9 Calhoun 
Bazzini Geneslo, fruits. 1335 Fulton. 

r 848 Filbert 
Bazzlnl John, r 23% Langton 
Bazzini John (A Berta Co), r 1628 Lom- 
bard 
Bazzurro G & Co (E Pochlnl and estate 

of G Bazzurro) restaurant, 118 Paciflc 
Bazzurro Giuseppe, estate of, 118 Pacific 
Bazzuro Mary, widow, r 475 Filbert 
Bazzutta Louis, mach. r 288 Union 
Beach A, drayman, r 209 Uorland 
Beach A, proof reader Chronicle, r 4 lid 

Van Ness Av 
Beach Adelbert M, foreman Wagner 

Bros, r 1123 Stelner 
Beach Alexander T, elk International 

Correspondence Schools, r 710 Jones 
Beach Charles R, pressman Gllmartin 

Co. r 1795 McAllister 
Beach Clarence, mjich Mutual L & L Co, 

r 2406 Jones 
Beach Edwin M, comp, r Commercial 

Hotel 
Beach Elizabeth, widow, r 329 Prospect 
Av 






r Oakland 
Beach Grant W. gralner. r 1006 Hi 
Beach Harry, electn, r 1028 .Minn; 
Heach Hattle W Mrs. rill Leavenworth 
Beach Helen M, widow, elk Postofflce, 



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PAPER 

PACIFIC COAST PAPER CO. 

206-208 Battery street 



Beach Horace Mrs. widow, r 2129 Cali- 
fornia 
Beach James N, policeman, r 3547. 22d 
Beach Jay A, pres Imperial Ginger Ale 

Co, r 7 Glen Park Av 
Beach J G, civil eng, r 1543 Pine 
Beach John C, carp, r 1S8 Lexington Av 
Beach Ransom B, sec Chas M Plum & 

Co, r Oakland 
Beach Reinette Mrs. r 501 Franklin 
Beach Robert O, carp, r 703 Natoma 
Beach Thomas P, sec Eastern Oregon 

Land Co, 916 Market 
Beach Willard C, musician, r 111 Leav- 
enworth 
Beach W N. r 480 Ellis 
CTBeach. See Beech 
Beachard A N, surgeon str Mongolia 
Beachey Amy, widow, r 1944 Mission 
Beachey Lincoln, lab. r 1944 Mission 
Beacon Light Oil Co, 215 California 
Beadell F L, elk Smiths' Cash Store, 

r 220 Eddy 
Beader Charles, r 1010>,4 Natoma 
BI:AI>I,E AI.7BED W (A W Beadle & 
Co) and pres Beadle Steamship Co, 
22 Market, r 2426 Buchanan, tel West 

BEADLE A. W. & CO. 

(Alfred W. Beadle) whsle sUpplng' 
and commiBsiou, 22 Market, tel Slain 
1777 
BEADIVE BROS (George S and Donald 
B) shipping and commission mer- 
chants and agtte Mendooino Steamship 
line. Mission 1, Pier 2. tel Main 53S5 
Donald, ship broker, Pier 2, 



BeadU 

r FruitvE 
Beadle Donald B (Beadle Bros) r 3099 



Shrader 



(Beadle Br 



BEADLE STEAMSHIP CO. 

Alfred W. Beadle pres, Pred I.lnder- 
man sec, coasting- steamers, 22 Mar- 
ket, tel Main 1777, dock ft Mission, 
tel Bash 662 

Beagles William H, salesman Grand 

Rapids Furn Co. r 85 Scott 
Beagley George, bricklr. r 18 Page 
Beahan John. laundryman, r 634 Jessie 
(LJ Beahan. See Behan 

Beaizley William B, dep elk U S Circuit 
Court and atty, 51 Appraisers' Bldg. 
r San Leandro 
tt^Beaizley. See Beasley and Beazley 
Beal A L. r 637 Bush . 
Beal Carroll N. genl mgr Bay Cities 

W Co. r .■J24.S Washington 
Beal Charles, porter, r 305 Minna 
Beal Charles R. elk U S Customs, r Ber- 
keley 
Beal Elbert, lab. r 23b Freelon 
Keal Esther, widow, r 730 Harrison 
Beal Fay C, ins. r 324S Washington 
Beal Georgie L, widow, r 323, 8th Ay 
Beal J, bellman Palace Hotel 
Beal James L, with Crescent Feather Co, 

r 676 Treat Av 
Beal John F R, sailmkr, r 555 Lombard 
Beal Ridley, teamster, r 4361/,, 6th 



Beal Robert K. carp, r 1604 Howard 

"'I W A. r 637 Bush 
Beal Walter, stev. r 730 Harrison 
Beale Arthur J, seaman, r 1627 Mission 
Beale John J, mach, r 1336 Folsom 
Beale Nelle C Miss, artist. 318 Pine, 

r Berkeley 
Beale St Planing Mill, 114-116 Beale 
Beale Truxtun, pres Shoobert-Beale Co, 

r Pacific Union Club 
Beale Walter, stev, r 730 Harrison 
Beale William, ironwkr. r 95Sa Harrison 
Beale William, painter, r 328. 10th 

Beale. See Beall. Beel. Beighle. Beihl 

and Beile 
Beales John T, elk McNear & Wayman. 

r Ross, Marin Co 
Bealini Umbert. stone cutter, r 511 

Broadway 
Beall Mary J. widow, r 349 Liberty 
Beall Samuel J, mfrs agt. 738 Mission. 

r Berkeley 
Beall William, elk. r 349 Liberty 
Beall William M, mining, r 600 Bush 
Beals Albert M, mach. r 1710 Baker 
Seals Charles H, artist Varney & Green, 



r 864. 



14th 



Beals Fannie, widow, r 1710 Baker 
Beals Richard D, elk Am Steel & Wire 

Co, r Oakland 
Beals Roger L. mining eng, r 1919 Brod- 



condtr U RR, 



barber. 



W Beam, 



1035 Guer- 



erick 
Beals Thoma 

Baker 

Beam Estelle Mrs, r 627 Hayes 
Beam I Willard, mfrs' agt, 29 Main, 

901 Fell 
Beam Willard M, salesman 

r 901 Fell 

Beament Thomas C, usher, r 46 Dor- 
land 
Beamer Elliott 

rero 

Beamer James C. carp, r 3558 Mission 
Beamer J E. barber, 1294 Pacific, r 1296 

Turk 
Beamer Richard H, policeman, r 663. 

14th 
Beamer Tracy, bottler, r 33 Bernice 
Beamer William, bottler, r 33 Bernice 
Beamish John, pantryman Old Peoples' 

Home 
Beamish Percy, agt, 6 Eddy, r 2130 

Howard 
Beamish Prudence, widow, r 476 Ivy Av 
Beamish Samuel, shoemkr, r 476 Ivy Av 
Beamish Samuel E, shirt cutter, r 25 Oak 
Beamish Stanley A. shoemkr, 527 La- 

guna, r 476 Ivy Av 
Beamish William, waiter, r 924 Mission 
[CTBeamish. See Bemis 
Bean A E Mrs. r 340 Cumberland 
Bean Albert, lab. r 901, 32d Av South 
Bean Barton T (Klink, Bean & Co) 

Kohl Bldg 
Bean Carrie, widow, r 1348 Ellis 
Bean Charles, blacksmith, r 75; 3d 
Bean Charles E. physician, r 1104 Sutter 
Bean Clarence, lab. r 428, 3d 
Bean Clifford, watchmkr. r 509 Van Ness 

Av 
Bean David M, gardener, r 340 Cumber- 
land 
Bean Ernest G. painter, r 56 Sharon 
Bean Frederick W. with Gullixson Bros 
Bean G, mailer Bulletin, r Fruitvale 
Bean George L. dentist. 135 Geary, r Bel- 
vedere, Cal 
Bean Georgiana Mrs (Bean & Catchings) 

r 1104 Sutter 
Bean Gladys Miss, r 1104 Sutter 
Bean Harry, chemist, r 610 Geary 
Bean Henry J. elec eng Dep Electricity, 

r 666 Geary 
Bean Herbert D. oiler U RR. r 260 Noe 



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Bean Jackson, elk. C H Anderson, r 659 

Guerrero 
Bean Joseph \V (Bean & Sansome) r 56 

Sharon 
Bean Joslah N. sexton Plymouth Con- 
gregational Church, r 1604 O'Farrell 
Bean Kennedy, elk. r 2043 Mission 
Bean Lotta Miss, teacher Pub Schools. 

r SO? Van N'ess Ay 
Bean Mllo W. elk genl storekeeper S P 

Co, r 909 Ellis 
Bean Milton W. teacher physical culture. 

, 305 I>arkln. r 1526 Dcvlsadero 
Bean Thomas F. policeman, r 35. 11th 
Bean Thomas J. hoseman Engine 31. 

r 2441 Larkln 
Bean Wesley P. upholst. 3438 Mission 
Bean Willard C. osteopathic physician. 

305 Larkln. r 1526 Devlsadero 
Bean William H. lab. r 738 Harrison 
Bean & Catchlnps (Mrs G Bean and Mrs 

N Catchlngs) proprs The Goldara- 

cena. 1104 Sutter 
Bean & Sansome (J W Bean and W E 

Sansome) painters aWjesorators. 406 

Castro 
rTBean. See Beahan, Been and Blen 
Beane Bridget, widow, r 875 Folsom 
Beane Cella N, widow, r 2073 Mission 
Beane E J Mrs. r Occidental Hotiel 
Beane Edward H. bkkpr E J De Pue. 

r Alameda 
Beane Joseph, mach. r 2073 Mission 
Beane Walter J. asst eng str Sonoma. 

r 2073 Mission 
Beans Herschel C. lodgings. 907 Folsom 
Beanston Emily W Mrs. teacher Pub 

Schools, r 745 Shrader 
Beanston George, asst auditor P S Tel 

& Tel Co. r 1014 Fillmore 
Beanston George A. elk Williams. Dl- 

mond * Co, r 745 Shrader 
Beanston Llovd. elk Peyton Chemical Co. 

r 1014 Fillmore 
Beanston Peter, engineer, r 23 Hollls 
Beanston Wallace H. with The Bank of 

California, r 1014 Fillmore 
Beanston William J. teamster, r 23 

Hollls 
Bear Alfred, elk. r 234 Pierce 
Bear Fred, baker, r 725V. Minna 
Bear J F, foreman painter P C SS Co 
Bear T>\icy. widow, r 1232 Post 
Bear Minerva, widow, r 4S>4 Silver 
Bear M R Mrs. r 1 2n Perry 
Bear Solomon, r 1423 Oelavla 
Bear William M. stev. r 819 Diamond 
ITTTiear. See Baer. Bare and Behr 
Beard Albert A. with Helvetia Milk Con- 
densing Co. r 1337 RlllB 
Beard Charles B, teamster, r 1612 Har- 
rison 
Beard Edward E. sexton Trinity Church 

(Episcopal) r 1722 O'Farrell 
Beard Eva. widow, r 1337 Ellis 
Beard F F. elevator opr Raphael's, r 415 

Powell 
Beard James, r 675 Mission 
Beard James G. stenog, r 118 Steiner 
Beard John, ship fitter, r 22 South park 
Beard Joseph C, gateman S P Co. r 126 

Hawthorne 
Beard Julia, widow, r 126 Hawthorne 
Beard William 8. with Sinaloa MIninK 

Co. 1406 ClauB Spreckels Bldg 
fr Beard. See Balrd 
Beardmore Frederick W. driver S P 

Laundry, r 2810% Pine 
Beardmore James, foreman, r 2710 Lyon 
Beardslee Arthur, stenog Century Elec 

Co. r 749 Bush 
Beardsley Charles H. elk Hlbcrnla Sav 

& Loan Soc. r 3643. 19lh 
Beardsley Edward, mcht, r 1432 Steiner 
Beardsley Eleanor Miss. stenoK. r 705 

Guerrero 



REALBw E COMPAN^ 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCH'KtNEERS 

450^^'452 8'"StM/and,Cd 

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Beardsley Emma F Miss, teacher Pub 

Schools, r 2659 Steiner 
BEABDSI^E'r OEOKQE F JB, sec 

Standard Box Co. r 2053 Sutter 
Beardsley Henry W, upholst. r 1909 

Geary 
Beardsley James, engineer, r 1999 Geary 
Beardsley L Miss, teacher Pub Schools, 

r 3643. 19th 
Beardsley Sophia, widow, r 2669 Steiner 
Beare Alice B Mrs. r 120S Mission 
Beare Joseph, marine eng, 36 East St 

South 
Bearing T. cashier and bkkpr Tail's Cafe 
Bearsch Elizabeth Miss, dressmkr, r 1825 

Pine 
Bearsch Philip, barber, r 1825 Pine 
Bearwald Abe (BearwaJd Bros) r 2178 

Geary 
Renrwald Benjamin, r 1338 Fell 
BEAB'WAIU) BBOS (Louis and Abe) 

proprs The Waldorf, billiards and 

pool. 6-8 Eddy, tel Bush 8 
Bearwald Henry, lab. r 168 Ash Av 
Bearwald Joseph. coUr Armour Packing 

Co. r 1393 Golden Gate Av 
Bearwald Laura, widow, r 641 Turk 
Bearwald Lawrence N. Ticket Aud Office 

S P Co. r 1338 Fell 
Bearwald Leopold, butcher, 492 Hayes, 

r 501 I,aguna 
Bearwald Louis (Bearwald Bros) r 8 

Eddy 
Bearwald Ray Mrs, widow, r 1393 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bearwald Tobias, draftsman, r 771 Eddy 
Bearwald Tobias J. lab. r 168 Ash Av 
Beaser Gustave, butcher, r 1418. 16th Av 

South 
Beaser Harry P, dental student, r 641 

Golden Gate Av 
Beasley Daniel C. lab. r 922 Michigan 
Beasley Harry L, housemover. r 131 '/6 



Av 

Beasley Mercer J. elk Local Frgt S P 
Co. r 100'' Geary 

Beasley Miles, lab Postofflce. r 10 Moss 

Beasley Richard G, liquors, 431, 4th, 
r 1236 Folsom 

Beasley S D, elk Cal Powder Wks. 
r Berkeley 

BEABKBT SHADWOBTK O, M O, physi- 
cian and surgeon, offlce 751 Sutter, 
hours 3 to 5 pm. tel Private Ex- 
change 751, r 711 Taylor, tel Suiter 
2961 

Beasley Thomas D. draftsman U S Sur- 
veyor-General, r 711 Taylor 

Beasley Walter E. carp, r 2823, 16th 

Beasley William H, plumber, r 1236 Fol- 
sqm 

ryfleasley. Bee Bealzley, Beazley and 
Beesley 

Beasly M E, physician, 2035 Mission 

Reason John F, elk Dolllver Bros, r 2201 
Fillmore 

Beatle Albert W, elk (3astle Bros, Wolf 
& Sons, r Corte Madera, Cal 

Beatle C C. salesman Pac Hardware & 
.'!teel Co, r Oakland 

It'-.itle John W. r 703 Ciipi) 



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Beatie Leonard K, gardener Q M Dept 

U S A. r 2512 Fulton 
Beatie Walter C, mining. Chronicle Bldg, 



llta 

Beaton Daniel, Ironwkr, r 600 Tennessee 
Beaton John, driller U I Wks, r 1601 

San Bruno Av 
Beaton John J. supt S F Dry Dock Co. 

r 436 Bartlett 
Beaton Neil, carp, r 436 Bartlett 
Beaton Rutherford B H, shipwright, r 63 

Carmelita 
Beatone Annie, lodgings, 827a Howard 
Beatteay Alfred E. driver, r 3060 Polk 
Seattle James, ironwkr, r 899 Jackson 
Beattie Jane, widow, r 899 Jackson 
Beattie John, r 899 Jackson 
Bpattie John C. elk. r 316 Tehama 
Bcfittip John W C. embalmer Med Dept 

University of Cal 
Beattie Margaret, widow, r 429V4 Oak 
Beattie Thomas, musician, r 899 Jackson 
Be,ittle William G, physician, r 2838 

Folsom 
Beafty Annie, widow, r 1528, 10th Av 

South 
Beatty Edwin R, ships writer U S Reve- 
nue Cutter Service, r 571 Guerrero 

Elizabeth A, widow, r 1634 Ful- 



U S Customs, 



.o< 



ton 

Beatty Frank J, janitor, r 923^ Minna 
Bpattv George W Rev. r 1397 O'Farrell 
BEATTT HEITBT N (Beatty & Sander- 
son) atty-at-law, 617 Mills Bldg. 
r 414. 14th 
Beatty H Oscar, atty C A Hooper & Co, 

r Woodside, Cal 
Beatty James J. mach, r 414, 14th 
Beatty Jane, widow, r 414, 14th 
Beatty John, carp, r 115, 2Sth 
Beatty John, elk, r 316 Tehama 
Beatty John, with Fireman's Fund Ins 

Co. r 1122a Sacramento 
Beatty John A, watchman, r 608 Folsom 
Beatty Josenh C, elk Baker & Hamilton, 

r Oakland 
Beatty Mary, widow, r 130 Hayes 
Beatty Richard, seaman, r 92314 Minna 
BEATTT S/LXUISJ., supt Station G Post- 
office, r 529 Guerrero 
Beatty Sarah B, widow, r 418 Leaven- 
worth 
Beatty Thomas H, foreman Geo Spauld- 

ing & Co, r 92 Falcon Av 
Beatty Valentine, elk, r 480 Ellis 
Beatty William, special police, r 923>!. 

BEATTY WrtllAM H, Chief Justice 
Supreme Court of California, cham- 
bers Parrott Bldg. r 2409 Octavia 

Beatty William J, r 2507 Pine 

Beatty William T (William T Beatty & 
Co) r 1528. 10th Av South 

Beatty William T & Co fW T Beatty) 
hack stable, 1138 Folsom 

BEATTT & SAITDEBSON (Henry N 
Beatty and William W Sanderson) 
attys-at-law. 617 Mills Bldg. tel Red 



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Beaty James 

Berkeley 
Beaty William N, porter, r 138a, 
Beauce Eugene A, reporter Call, 

Hayes 
Beauchamp Edward C, condtr 1 

r 1666 Golden Gate Av 
Beauchamp George, ship fitter, r 510 

Connecticut 
Beauchamp George C. with Fidelity Mu- 



71 Henry 



Beauchamp Henry A, salesman, 
Sharon 

Beauchamp Louis R, asst cashier Pull- 
man Co, r Oakland 

Beauchamp Lope, lab, r 327 Montgomery 

Beauchamp Robert, miner, r 8 Gough 
Beaudett A E, saw flier, r 241 Shipley 
Beaudine Claude G, elk M Friedman & 

Co. 325 Ellis 
Beaudry Frederick, mining, r 1770 Pa- 

ciflc Av 
'"^Beaudry. See Baudry 
Beauford Jennie, widow, r 1255. 47th Av 
Beaugureau Charles W. elk Ticket Aud 

Office S P Co. r 841 O'Farrell 
Beauharnois Sarah, widow, r 902b Powell 
Beaulieu Charles, elk Cal Elec Wks. 

r 278 Howard 
Beaulieu Cyril, helper S P Co, r 1777 

Mission 
Beaulieu Harriet Mts, r 571b Minna 
Beaumont Andrew, ladies' tailor, 637 

California 
Beaumont Charles J, elk Am Steel & 

Wire Co, r 3216. 18th 
Beaumont Ernest, bkkpr Walsh & 

Forbes, r 1092 Bush 
Beaumont Francis Miss, nurse, r 1523 

Geary 
Beaumont Harry, steelwkr, r 3359, 23d 
Beaumont John, rancher, r Abbotsford 

Hotel 
Beaumont John E, elk, r 3359, 23d 
Beaumont Joseph, baker, r 3359. 23d 
Beaumont Martha Mrs. bakery, 1219 

Valencia, r 3359, 23d 
Beaumont William H, baker, r 3359. 23d 
Beauregard Jules J, furnishing goods 

2811 Greenwich, r 2805 Greenwich 
Beauregard Samuel O, marine eng 

r 2605 Howard 
Beauregard William R, stev, r 442% 

Clementina 
Beaury Joseph, maltster, r 29 Lafayette 
Beaven David B, fish, 2989, 16th, r 33 

Canp 
Beaven Milton L. elk Holbrook. Merrill 

& Stetson, r 33 Capp 
Beaver A, porter W P Fuller & Co 
Beaver Arthur H, elk, r 3 Cottage Row 
Beaver Charles A, condtr U RR, r 2978. 

BEAVER FRED H (Kilgarif & Beaver) 

r 2525 Webster 
Beaver George, propr California Wheat- 
en Starch Co. 18th and Hampshire 
Beaver Henry S, supt 206 Kearny, r 1841 

Howard 
Beaver James A, Ry Postal elk, r Ala- 
meda 
Beaver Martin, waiter, r 339 Jessie 
Beaver Mary M. widow, r 1300 Taylor 
Beaver Samuel E, r 118 Grant Av 
Beazell Blanche Miss, teacher music, . 

r 1921 Webster 
Beazell Cora W, widow, r 1921 Webster 
CJ-Beazley. See Beaizley and Beasley 
Beban Dominick J, pressman Gilmartin 

Co, r 1111 Broadway 
Beban George T, special policeman, 

r 853 Bryant 
Beban Hannah, widow, r 1111 Broadway 
Beban Isador P, cooper, r 737 Minna 



Sunshine Incandescent Lamps. 
Electric Lights, Telegraph ari(f 
w. J. MORGAN, PRESIDENT AND MANAGER Telephone Supplles. Line Tools 

105-107 Battery St. Tel. Main 389 of Every Description. 



Lewis E, Insp U S Customs. 
. ..IS Sutter 
Bebb J C, with Bryan Elevator Co. r 960 

Bebell Howard, bartndr. r 2852 Green- 

Beben Jennie, widow, r 218 Railroad Av 
Bebergall Fred, press feeder Gilmartln 

r 551 Natoma 
Bebergall Reuben, elk H Glmmlnl, r 551 

Natoma 
Bebow Henry F. r 2389 Bush 
Bebow May Mrs. delicacies. 23S9 Bush 
Becaas Bernard, carp, 1019"^ Kearny, 

Broadway 
Beccaria Federlco. lab D Ghlrardelll Co. 

' Valparaiso 
Becco Antonio, hatter, 609 Broadway 
BeccutI Joseph, waiter, r 29 Vandewater 
Beccutl Pietro. native wines, 1235 Du- 

pont. r 1518 Stockton 
Bechacy Pierre, elk. r 620 Washington 
Becher Alfred C. plumber, r 422 Haipht 
Becher Charles, shoemkr. r .545 Hayes 
Becherer A Miss, teacher piano, r 615 

Capital Av ,,,^ 

Becheruccl Arnaldo, mfr Jewelry, 516b 

Union 

■hler Joseph C. brass finisher, r 56 

Morris Av 
Bechler Joseph H. salesman Jackson s 

Napa Soda, r 237 Lexington Av 
Becht George J. condtr U RR. r 2408 

Mission , „ ^^ „ 

BECHT OEOBOE J, mgr G J Becht Co 
Soda Fountain Co. 572 Geary, 

IBECHT G.'j. COMPANY 

Qeorere J. Becht mgr, agents and deal- 
er* «oda water apparatus and «up- 
lle«, 572 Geary above Taylor, tol 
Eaat 538 

Beehtel Caroline, widow, r 2S!)n Jackson 
y'...'if\ p Charles, liquors, 399 Hayes 
Bechtel George W, lineman U RR. r 1527 

Turk 
Berhtel Laurence N, wrapper, r 1007 

Bechtel Ludwlg, porter, r 2238 Mason 
Beehtel Mary A. widow, r 25ni>A Sutter 
B rlitle Max. foreman Thomas Day Co, 

r Alameda 
Bechfle iitto. foreman Thomas Day Co. 

r Alameda 
Beck Adam, contr, T 2058 Mission 
Beck Alfred, carp, r 119 Park HIU Av 
Beck Alma Miss ' 

Bush 
Beck Andrew, 



(Beck & Miller) 



illlhand. r 322 RItch 

drew P, lab, r 35 Valley 

Berk Anthony, draftsman McGllvray 

Stone Co. r Berkeley 
Beck Bernard, cook, r 1231 Bush 
Beck Bertha Miss, hair dres.ser, 17S1 

Becit Carl M. vice-pres Red Seal Cigar 

Co. r Alameda 
Beck Charles. Ironwkr. r 1106"/4 Treat 

■-c k^-harles A. driver, r 35 Valley 
Beck Charles C. sec Beck- Wakefield Co. 

BTk (■" .vr"clk Pac Hardware & Steel 

Co. r 536 Geary . r o« 

Beck Cunle A. artist Mutual L & L Co, 

r 4138. 20th 
Beck Conrad H, carp, r 119 Park Hill Av 
Beck Edna Mrs, propr Sierra House. 694, 

4th 
Beck Edward, baker, r 
Bfck Elizabeth, widow, r uw 
Bick Ella, widow, r 1089 Post 
B(ck Ellen F. widow, r 3609. 20th 
/Uck Ernest W. c:,rp. 119 P.irk I 



8 Sacramento 
-4th 



MECHANICS 
SAVINGS BANK 



Beck Eugene B, pres Beck- VVaketleld Co. 

122 Market, r Oakland 
Beck Ferdinand, butcher, r 159 Erie 
Beck Francis E, Investmenta, 

Bldg, r 840 Ashbury 
Beck Frank, stev. r 321 Piiclfic 
Beck Fred J. elev opr Palace Hotel 

r 3.';79. 20th 
Beck Frederick, rigger, r 171 Perry 
Beck Frederick, teamster, 

Av South 
Beck Frederick C, wood carver, r 110^4. 

Beck George H, blacksmith, r 2 HoUlday 



Crossley 



29th 



Beck 



Av 

Beck George T (W T 

r 1627. 10th Av „,„„ 

Beck George W. elevator opr, r 3579, 

20th 
Reck Gretchen, widow, r lOlSMi Larkin 
Reck Gustave, wlrewkr, r 615 Hayes 
Beck Hans, master mariner, 

?k Harry, driver Noe Valley Transfer 



19th 



Co 



906 Gr 



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Co. 



Beck Harry M. elk. 

Beck Henrv. watchman, r 1833. 29th 

South 
BECK HEITRT M, M D, physician and 
surgeon, office and r 305 Sutter, rooms 
1-2. hours 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 pm. Sun- 
days by appointment, tel Brown 161 
Beck Henry T (W T Beck & Sons) 

r 1627, 10th Av 
Beck Henry W, r 2304 Humboldt 
Beck Herman, salesman Sherman, Clay 

* Co. r 655 Harrison 
Beck H S. bonkbr, r 128 Ellis 
BECK IQKATZ, chemist and pharmacist, 
propr Beck's Pharmacy. NE cor Ellis 
and Buchanan, tel West 500 
Beck .Tacob. contr. r 2058 Mission 
Beck James R. elk German Ins 

r Oakland _ . 

Beck J G Mrs. widow, r 1724 Sutter 
Beck .Toel V. r 922 Natoma 
Beck John, r 246, 3d 
Beck John, mlllhand. r 20%_Clara 
Beck John ' ■ • ' 
Beck J 

Beck'^John E. u...,lr. r 119 Park Hill Av 
Beck John E. medical student, r 251 

Octavla „ ^ 

Beck John G. salesman, r 2839 Bush 
Beck John G Jr, salesman A C Bolde- 

mann & Co, r San Mateo Park 
Beck John P, mgr Bon Bros. 

Sacramento 
Beck Josle Mrs. r 580 Fell 
Beck Kline. .1anl 
Beck T,awrence 



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. . 254, 6th 
,-,^v.v .,„„.=.... .., cooper, r 3178. .24th 

Beck Madison H, agt Prudential Ins Co, 

r Berkeley 
Beck Mary Miss, r 2595 Folsom 
Beck Matilda, widow, r 333 Eddy 
Beck Max, mcht, r 1402 Buchanan 
Beck Miles W, buyer Wood, Curtis & Co. 

r Oakland 
Beck Paul 11, elk, r 673 Harrison 
Beck Preben S. r 1472 Broadway 
Beck Rdnhnld, r 1609 Jackson 
Reck Robert Mrs. r Hotel Bella Vista 



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Beck Wi 
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Beck Sigrmund. elk, r 927 O'Farrell 
Beck Theodore, metalwkr. r 811 Folsom 
Beck Thomas, r 124, 9th 
Beck Thomas F. harnessmkr, r 650 Na- 

BECK-WAKEFIEJ^S CO (Inc) E B Beck 
pres. Franklin W Wakefield vice-pres 
and treas. Charles C Beck sec, safes. 
refriKcrators, scales, gas and marine 
engines and ice-making machinery, 
122 Markeif, tel Main 1433 

Beck William, r 133 Jersey 

lagman S P Co. r 204. 



T'.eck William, painter, r 1605 Turk 

Beck William E, real estate, 30 Mont- 
gomery, r Oakland 

Beck William F, mach. r 779. 14th 

Beck William J, tinner W W Montague 
& Co. r 410 Harrison 

Beck William T (W T Beck & Sons) 
r ]fi27. 10th Av 

Beck William T Jr (W T Beck & Sons) 
r 1627, 10th Av 

Beck W T & Sons (W T. W T Jr, H and 
G) painters, 729 Devisadero 

Back & Miller (Miss A B«ck and L Mil- 
ler) proprs The Chester, 429 Bush 

BECK'S PHARMACY, NE cor, Ellis and 
Buchanan 

Beckelhymer Frank, carp, r 273 Steven- 
son 

Beckeman William, liquors, 458, 6th, 
r 464 Douglass 

Reckenbach August, painter, r 2954 La- 
guna 

Becker Abraham, clothing, 322 Pacific 

Becker Adam, driver, r 2044 Taylor 

Becker Adolph (Becker & Rauschkolb) 
r 463. 3d 

Becker Artolph A. bkkpr National Ice Co, 
r 2809 Pine 

Becker Adolph J, elk Sherwood & Sher- 
wood, r 463, 3d 

Becker Albert, r 288a Guerrero 

Becker Albert, lab, r 1406 Powell 

Becker Amelia Miss, lodgings, 221, 5th 

Becker Amelia C, widow, r 835 Fillmore 
Becker Anna K. widow, r 262 Linden Av 
l.ecker Anton, bartndr, r 462% Minna 
Becker .Ausust, barber. 2953 Mission 
Becker Bern.ird. bartndr. r 1241 Market 
Becker Bernard A Mrs, widow, r 1910 



Becker Bernh.nrd, brewer, r 620 Folsom 
Becker Carl, lab, r 1406 Powell 
Becker Carrie Miss, r lOS Minna 
Becker Caspar, mach U RR, r 306 Capp 
Becker Caspar J. r 1745. 15th Av South 
Becker Charles, groceries, 115, 11th 
Becker Charles, packer, r 320M. Pacific 
Becker Charles, plumber, r 3004 Sacra- 
Becker Charles H, r 545 Hayes 
Becker Christian, r 2759, 24th 
Becker Christine, widow, r 293% Clara 
Becker Daniel, elk, r 77 Natoma 
Becker David (Becker & Henderson) 

r 78 Woodward's Av 
Becker Duane O, salesman Hilbert Mer- 
cantile Co, r 319 Sutter 
Becker Elizabeth, widow, r 516 Octavia 



Becker Elizabeth, widow, r 714 Castro 
Becker Elizabeth, widow, r 1110 Stanyan 
Becker Elizabeth Miss (Becker & Ban- 
der) r 226 Pacific 
Becker Elizabeth V Mrs, lodgings, 319 

Sutter 
Becker Emil, bartndr, r 318 Turk 
Becker Emma Miss, hairdresser, r 516 

Octavia 
Becker Eugene W, watchmkr T Lundy, 

r Oakland 
Becker Frank, watchman, r 3 Chatham 

PI 
Becker Frank F, elk W R Grace & Co, 

r 3004 Sacramento 
Becker Frank W, hoseman Engine 23. 

r 3004 Sacramento 
Becker Frederick W, elk Hulse-Bradford 

Co, r 4313, 24th 
Becker George E, r 1415 Oak 
Becker 'George J, mgr Pac Fire Extin- 
guisher Co and Badger Fire Extin- 
guisher Co, 215 San.some. r 1892 Fell 
Becker George J Sr, r 1S92 Fell 
Becker George W, bartndr, r 2569 Fol- 
som 
Becker H, bartndr. r 42 Moss 
Becker Harris, salesman, r 1804 Laeuna 
Becker Harry, bartndr, r 132 Albion 

Av 
Becker Harry H, salesman M J Branden- 

stein & Co, r 3564, 17th 
Becker Henrietta, widow, r 2633 Sacra- 
mento 
Becker Henry, chef Occidental Hotel, 

r 534 Castro 
Becker Henry, gardener Mount St Joseph 

Orphan .Asylum 
Becker Henry, plumber, r 404 Oak 
Becker Henry D, barber, r 803 Pine 
Becker Henry G. tanner, r 1745, 15th Av 

South 
Becker Herman, elk, r 32014 Pacific 
Becker Herman C, r 1745, 15th Av South 
Becker Isaac L, elk, r 24 Madison Av 
Becker Jacob, boatman, r 143. 6th 
Becker Jacob, painter, r 10 Church 
Becker John, ladies' tailor. 783 Haight 
Becker John, molder. r 21 Madison Av 
Becker John, tea taster, t 34 Maple Ct 
Becker John, waiter, r 42 Turk 
Becker John E, barber C Drescher 
Becker John G, painter, r 64 Duboce Av 
Becker John J. tanner, r 3900. 20th 
Becker Jolin P, optician, 103, 6tli, t 832 

Valencia 
Becker Joseph, brass finisher, r 3174, 

21st 
Becker Joseph, gas fitter, r 26 Coso Av 
Becker Joseph, harnessmkr. 570. 4th 
Becker Joseph R, bartndr, r 100 McAl- 
lister 
Becker Joseph W, liquors, 125 Taylor 
Becker Julius A. r 2545 Brvant 
Becker J William, r 2809 Pine 
Becker Karl A, teacher violin, r 1717U 

Larkin 
Becker Lambert, gauger U S' Internal 

Revenue, r 706 Lombard 
Becker Laura, widow, r 1406 Powell 
Becker Leon, hair tonic, r 223 Natoma 
Becker Louis, elk Murphy, Grant & Co, 

r 1564 Buchanan 
Becker Louis, salesman Witzel & Baker 

Co. r 914 Greenwich 
Becker Louis J, policeman, r 262 Linden 

Av 
Becker Matthew J, carp, r 830 Corbett 

Becker May A Mrs, widow, r 968 Sutter 
Becker Otto, bkkpr C Mattheas & Co, 

r 1128 Turk 
Becker Otto M, lab, r 433b Tehama 
Becker O W (O W Becker & Co) 36 

Geary 



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BECKEB O W k CO (O W Becker) 
riri.iMcial inve;5tments, moirey to loan. 
:;•; Ceary. tel Red 4713 
Becker P A. elk Catton. Bell & Co. 

r Larkspur 
Becker Peter, elk. r 1316 Stevenson 
Becker Sophia A. widow, r 23S5 Sutter 
Becker Walter, cook, r 1324 Hampshire 
Becker Walter V, liquors, r 620 Turk 
Becker Well H. l>artndr. r 355 Capp 
Becker Wendellng. cabinetmkr, r 3 1 

M^iple Ct 
Becker Wllhelmlna. widow, r 2653 How- 
Becker William (Koch & Becker) r 60 

Pleasant 
Becker William, r 233. 6th Av 
Becker William, barber, r 60 Plea.sant 
Becker William, basketmkr, 630 Market. 

r 42 Elgin Park 
Becker William, confr. r 503b Valencia 
Becker William, engineer, r 1123 Ten- 
nessee 
Becker William, fireman V I Wks. r 1002 

Larkin 
Becker William, foreman, r 2759. 24th 
Becker William J. pressman, r 1406 

Powell 
Becker William V. with Am Milling Co. 

r 3981. 25th 
Becker & Henderson (D Becker and E 

A Henderson) liquors. 737 Market 

BBCXEB ft RAUSCBKOIA (Adolph 

Becker and Friedrich Rauschkolb) 

proprs Cafe Odeon. S-10 O'Farrell 

Becker & Sander (Miss E Becker and 

Mrs M Sander) bakery. 226 Pacific 
tsr Becker. See Backer. Baker and 

Boecker 
Beckert Oscar, waiter, r 123 Eddy 

'"ckert. Bee Bekeart 
Beckett A E. genl foreman Standard Oil 

Co. r Oakland 
Beckett C H. laundryman. r 1222 Mission 
Beckett F A, office 303 California, tel 

Main 1935. r 115 Walnut 
BSOKETT r A ft CO (Waters H Sell- 
man, sue to) Pacific States distribut- 
ing agents, hair brushes, druggists' 
sundries and pharmaceuticals, 220 
Sutter 
Beckett George, seaman, r 320a Jessie 
Beckett H, teamster, r 3364, 2l8t 
Beckett Harry, baggage checker S P Co, 

r 2120 Howard 
Beckett Henry, mach. r 555. 3d 
Beckett Hugh R. marine eng. r 57 Sliver 
Beckett John, with Diamond Palace, 

r 1906% Golden Gate Av 
Beckett Lydia. widow, r 400 Octavia 
Beckett Samuel H. r.l834 Golden Gate Av 
Beckhusen Henry W, cook, r 25 Oak 

Grove Av 
Beckingsale Daniel I., physician and 

druggist. 322K. 3d 
CT-Beokler. See Bechler 
Beckley Laurence V. barber, r 1006 Pine 
Beckman Albert A. master mariner, r 12 

Perry 
Beckman B Henry, corralman Miller & 

Lux. r 1646. 11th Av South 
Beckman Charles, r 83 Boardman Fl rear 
Beckman Charles, trunkmkr. r 429 Castro 
Beckman Charles O. elk. r 499. 4th 
Beckman Evelyn, cook, r 1201 Cortland 

Av 
Beckman Frank, tanner, r 1201 Cortland 

Av 
Beckman Frederick, carp, r 1201 Cortland 

Av 
Beckman Frederick (i, mach. r 1201 Cort- 
land Av 
Beckman Henry C. ssilesman J B Knud- 

Bon Pie Co. r 1538 Folgom 
De.kman Marnier, widow, r 1567 Turk 




Beckman William C. butcher, r 1351. 6th 

Av South 
Beckmann Adele Miss (Beckmann & 

Mosher) r 1376 Sacramento 
Beckmann Adolf, lab. r 27a Pearl 
Beckmann Charles F, groceries. 68. 9th 
Beckmann Charles J. elk W Beckmann 
Beckmann Claus. bkkpr Chas Bach Co, 

r 3121 California 
Beckmann Doris, widow, r 1317 Steiner 
Beckmann Bmil F. draftsman, r 1845 

Howard 
Beckmann Henry, porter Tlllmann & 

Bendel. r 510 Francisco 
Beckmann Herman H. baker, r 320 Myr- 
tle Av 

623 How- 

Beckmann Wllhelmlna. widow, r 718 Capp 
Beckmann William, groceries. 452. 6th, 

r 464 Douglass 
Beckmann William, groceries. 590 Chest- 
nut 
Beckmann William, mach. r 510 Fran- 
cisco 
Beckmann William F, pipe fitter, r 810. 

22d 
Beckmann William H. elk, r 718 Capp 
Beckmann & Mosher (Miss A Beckmann 
and Mrs A Mosher) millinery. 544 
Sutter 
11^ Beckmann. See Bachmann, Beekraan 

and Boeckmann 
Beckner James F. carp, r 1312 Filbert 
Heckner Minnie G Miss, r 1231 Pine 
Becknor Ulysses S. condtr Cal St RR, r 

1000V4 Hyde 
Beckoff Isaac, cabinetmkr. r 183 Russ 
Beckwlth Arthur, painter, r 1712 Baker 
Beckwith Frank A. messenger, r 264 Col- 
llngwood 



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Beckwlth Ha 
r 22 Silver 
BEC K WIT H HABVET, asst supt W F & 

Co Ex. r 1S5S Fell 
Beckwlth John, lab. r 6 Montgomery Ct 
Beckwlth Louis, salesman, r 235, 11th 
H. ckwith May Mrs, r 3484 Clay 
Beckwlth William A, carp, r 2217. 24th 
Beckwith William H, elk. r 1858 Fell 
Becore Rudolph, waiter, r 32, 4th 
Becraft Almerin T, carrlagemkr, 200 

Bartlett. r 820 Capp 
Becsey Edmund, asst sec S F Coke and 

Gas Co. r 1250. lOlh Av 
BEOSBT BOI.AVS, atty-ati-Iaw. with Es- 
tate John Parrott. 401 Parrott Bldg. 
tel South 585. r 2511 Van Ness Av. 
tel Sutter 3324 
Beda Virginia, widow, r 1318 Dupont 
Bedard W H. dept mgr Regal Shoe Co. 

r 1149 Uirkln 
Bcdbury Charles O. mgr, r 1B8 Shotwell 
Bedbury Walter S. lather, r 325^4 Clem- 
entina 
Bedecarratts John, laundry. 1212 De- 

vlsadero 
Bcdelle Fnink. butcher, r 710a Broadway 
Bedell Frank, carp, r 1687 Howard 
Itedell Oscar, furrier, r 1687 Howard 
H..lell Victor, wilesman. r 1687 Howard 



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Bedford W W, 

Oakland 
Bedg-ood James 

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W, rigger, r 1S2S Stock- 
reporter Bradstreet's, r 
D, sailmkr. r 1607 Cas- 



Redin Ole E, boatbJdr, r 233, 3d 

Bedoni John, reor Yost Writing Machine 

Co, r 12 Jasper PI 
Bedoni Mary, widow, r 12 Jasper PI 
Bedwav Solomon, fruits. 155, 2d 
Bedwell Jackson L, dentist, 451 Clement 
if^riwell W'illiam G, bartndr, r 579 Fell 
BEE EVERETT » (Otis, McAllister & 

Co) r 1055 Bush 
Bee Louise, widow, r 303, 1st Av 
Bee S Louise, widow, r 1055 Bush 
Beebe Arthur H, treas Playa Vicente 

Rubber Plantation & Dev Co, r 113 

Stockton 
Beebe Charles B, physician, r 2510 Pine 
Beebe Charles W (Trumbull & Beebe) 

r Oakland 
Beebe David H, electn, r 916 Post 
Beebe George, groceries, 1401 Devisa- 

dero 
Beebe George A, carp, r 431 Valencia 
Beebe Henry W, accountant Price, Wa- 

terhouse & Co, r 19 Noe 
Beebe John, engraver, r 1453, 9th Av 
Beebe Ransom L, motrm U RR, r 33 2 

Pennsylvania Av 
Beebe William, solicitor, r 800 Kearny 
Beebe William E, watchman, r 1105'A 

Scott 
"^ Beech. See Beach 

Beechele Frederica, widow, r 2701 Sutter 
Beecher Arthur J, mining, Parrott Bldg 
Beecher Charles, teamster, r 1228 Mis- 
sion 
Beecher Charles E, driver James Tomkin- 

Eeecher Clyde, plumber, r 223 Polk 
Beecher Ellen, widow, r 319 Minna 
Beecher Frederick R, teamster, r 17 Hol- 

lis 
Beecher Harry F, painter, r 512 Hill 
Beecher J W, liquors, r 123 Eddy 
Beecher Lovina, widow, r 223 Polk 
Beecher William, bartndr, r 838 Mission 
Beecher William L, shoemkr, r 328 Hick- 

cr Beecher. See Becher 

Beechinor Norman A, elev opr, r 1356 

Ellis 
Beechinor Norman J, elk, r 1356 Ellis 
Beechner Samuel E, bartndr, r 9 Flor- 
ence PI 
Beecke Charles, baker, r 730 Minna 
Beede Alexander C, salesman Hastings 

Clothing Co, r 760 Cole 
Beede A W, millhand, r 495 Geary 
Beede David H. salesman Levi Strauss 

& Co, r Belvedere 
Beede Roy, purser str Capt Weber, 

Pier 3 
Beede Stephen M, marine eng, r 932 Van 

Ness Av 
Beedie Daniel, painter, r 205 Valencia 
Beedle Elbert E, elk P W Braun Co, 

r Berkeley 



Beedy J Crosby, elk London & Lancas- 
ter Fire Ins Co, r Sausaiito 

Beedy Louis S, atty, 222 Sansome, r 2304 
Devisadero 

Beedy Winslow L, elk G W McNear. r 

Beegan James J, glassblower, r 616 

Elizabeth 
Eeegle Charles W, elk Frgt Aud S P Co, 

r Alameda 
Beekman Henry, elk Goldstone Bros, r 

Oakland 
Beel Clara, widow, r 2007 Pine 
Beel Phil S, liquors, 129 Clay 
Beel Regina, widow, r 711 Jones 
Beel Saul, elk, r 2007 Pine 
Heeler Edward A, engineer, r 144, 3d Av 
C?"Beeman. See Beman 
Beemer Edward, salesman John J Stev- 
enson Co 
Beenck Fred, r 231 Greenwich 
Beeney Guy S, elk H S Crocker Co, r 1710 

Sacramento 
Beeney William H, tinner, r 1710 Sacra- 
mento 
Beenfeldt Holger, elk Baker & Hamilton, 

r 1601 Dolores 
Beenting Jeremiah, glassblower Pae 

Coast Glass Wks, r 1061 Folsom 
Beer Adolph, jeweler Shreve & Co, r 475, 

4th 
Beer Albert, collector, r 1324 Filbert 
Beer Albert C, collr Brunswick-Balke- 

CoUender Co, r Oakland 
Beer Frederick E, mach, r 78 Rausch 
Beer Ivan, bkkpr G Onesti, r 1834 O'Far- 

rell 
Beer John, driver, r 1234% Treat Av 
Beer Mary, widow, r 1324 Filbert 
Beer Moses, elk J Zentner & Co, r 1834 

O'Farrell 
Beer Rose, widow, r 1834 O'Farrell 
Beer Walter, r 667 Fulton 
tCTBeer. See Behr 

Beerman Adolph, drygoods, 2833, 24th 
Beerman Charles N, bkkpr, r 3217 Jack- 
son 
Beerman Joseph L, mach, r 588 McAllis- 
ter 
Beerman Joshua I, r 5SS McAllister 
Beerman Rachel, widow, r 3217 Jackson 
BEERMAN WII^TRED F, physician, 606 
Sutter, rooms 53-54, hours 1:30 to 3:30 
pm, tel Main 866, r 3217 Jackson, tel 
West 563 
Beerman William, groceries, 1401 Octavia 
Beermann Albert, lab, r 1215% Mission 
Beermann David, agt, r 2405 Webster 
(n7"Beermann. See Beerman and Behr- 

man 
Beers Eli F, packer Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 2725 Mission 
Beers Fred W, elk Cal Elec Wks, r 1316d 

Valencia 
Beers Harold, wagonmkr, r 1316d Va- 
lencia 
Beers Harold D, elk P S Tel & Tel Co, 

r 1168 Haight 
Beers Henry O, elk, r 1316d Valencia 
Beers H J, teamster, r 1316 Valencia 
Beers J. engineer, r 439 Jessie 
Beers Orrin, waiter, r 314 Fillmore 
Beers Sarah, widow, r 2939 Fillmore 
Beers Sarah W, widow, r 914 Pine 
Beers William D, elk, r 1168 Haight 
Beersman Henry A, liquors, 1122 Battery 
Beerstecher Marie, widow, r 2206 Steiner 
Bees Lionel G. agt, r 1239 O'Farrell 
Beesais P, ladies' tailor, r 138 Gough 
Beesley George S, molder U I Wks, r 322 

Diamond 
Beeson Frederick, lab. r 807 Pacific 
Beeson Robert, elk, r 765 Mission 
Beetschen Frank, bartndr, r 126, 3d 
Beetz Adolph, musician, r 1225. 8th Av 
Beetz Carl, elk The Rosenblatt Co, r 
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Befia Kerdinando, r 860 Broadway 
Bella Luigi. couk. r 511 Broadway 
Begrbeder Pierre (Begbeder & Maitla) 

r G22 Green 
Begbeder & Maitia (P Begbeder and B 

Maltia) liquors. 799 Broadway 
Begecr Bastlen W, assayer, r H06 Guer- 

Beger August, blksmlth, r 109 South 

Park 
Beggs George C, salesman Dairymen's 

Union of Cai, r Bartlett and 24lh 
Beggs Hugh H, atty. Merchants' Bit- 
change Bldg. r 3345. 24th 
Beggs James, lab. r 245 Ritch 
Beggs John, elev opr. r 245 Ritch 
Beggs Matthew S. floorwalker, r 1265 

Eddy 
Beggs Neil T. horseshoer, 2022 Polk, r 3 

Boyce 
Beggs Oliver P, policeman, r 3536 Army 
Beggs Roy R. elk Pac Hardware cSt Steel 

Co. r 1007 Bush 
Beggs Samuel C, asst eng str Jeanie 
Beggs William P (Morris & Beggs) r 960 

Bush 
IC7 Beggs. See Baggs 
Begley David, lab. r 457 Minna 
Begiey John A, gasfltter, r 362a Clemen- 
tina 
Begley John J. cementwkr. r 3834, 22d 
Begley Patrick, elk. r 3834. 22d 
Begley Peter, elk Blbo, Newman Co Inc. 

r 14 Ash Av 
Begley T H. elk. r 749 Fillmore 
Begley Thaddeus, motrra U RR. r 3167 

Mission 
IcrBegley. See Bagley 
Begovich Daniel, restaurant. 200^4, 4th 
Beguelin Fannie, widow, r 320 Church 
Begtieltn Jules, painter, r 1094 Treat Av 
Beguhl M B, condtr U RR. r 713 Central 
Beguhl William E. engineer, r 1325 Ver- 

Behan Arthur S. comp. r 32 Bills 
Behan Charles T, salesman Hammer- 
smith & Field, r 228 Pierce 
Bchan Frank, motrm U RR. r 9 Eugenia 



Behan James, shoefltter. r 262 Natoma 
Behan John E. asst elk Board of Super- 
visors, r 2908, 23d 
Behan Mary A. widow, r 742 Minna 
Behan Maurice, r 2213 Jones 
Behan Maurice S Jr. policeman, r 249. 4th 

Av 
Behan Patrick, special policeman, r 1110'.4 

Sacramento 
Behan Richard F, bkkpr VVestlnghouse 

Elec & Mfg Co, r Z213 Jones 
Behan Thomas J, elk U RR. r 114a West 

Av 
Behan William, polisher, r 2213 Jones 
Behan William J. elk. r 2213 Jones 
CS'Behan, See Beahan 
Behlen George W. r 1535 Howard 
Behlendorfr Gustav, condtr U RR, r 2611 

Post 
Behler Benjamin, blacksmith, r 500. 20th 
Hehling Herman, butcher. 486. 8th. r 

3200. 20th 
Bohling John, elk, r 1601 Howard 
Behlmer Henry, pres St. I-ouls Brewing 

Co. Inc. r 1522 Pacific Av 
Behlmer Henry H. carpetlayer, r 1522 

Pacific Av 
Behlmer Hermann, driver, r 1295 Pacific 
Behlmer John H. driver, r 386 Arlington 
Behlow Estate Co. 137 Post 
Behlnw Oustave A. furrier H I^iebes & 

Co. r 2529 Post 
Behlow Robert, foreman H IJebes & Co 

and vice-pres Behlow Estate Co, 137 

Post 
Behm Alfred H, tailor, 409 Gearv 
Behm Emanuel, tailor, IMH Turk, r 110^ 

Oak 



Dos Mesas Exquisite Wines 



319 Montgomery St. 



Phone Main 3189 



Behm Joseph (J Behm & Co) r 1559 Turk 
BEHM JOSEPH ft CO (J and B Behm) 

carpenters and bidrs, store and office 

fitting and genl Jobbing. 698 Hayes, 

tel Page 9726 
Behmer Daniel, r 132 Valencia 
Behmer Edward D. salesman, r 132 Va- 
lencia 
Behn George, melter. r 207 Indiana 
Behn Marie Miss, dressmkr, r 3762, 20th 
Behneman Albert L, elk U S Naval office. 

r Alameda 
Behneman Frederick J, cashier Joshua 

Hendy Mach Wks, r Alameda 
Behneman Henry, propr Albion Ale and 

Porter Vaults, 409 Battery, r Alameda 
Behnlseh B Julius, cablnetmkr. r 4112. 

16th 
Behnisch Julius, confr, r 4112. 16th 
Behnke Frederick H. awningmkr, r 901 

York 
Behnke Henry N, carp, r 620 Minna 
Behnke Nicholas, expressman, r 3792. 17th 
Behnken Herman, lab, r 7th Av South 

nr I 
Hihnken Herman Jr, lab, r 7th Av South 

nr I 
Bfhnkcn John, seaman, r 7th Av South 

nr I 

Frederick H, laundryman, r 711 



Behr John H. plumber, r 1359 Church 
Behr Louis, bartndr Schroeder & Sachau. 

r 420 Kearny 
t^Behr. See Beer and Bier 
Behre Charles H. bricklr, r 3206, 16th 
Behre Ernest J, pianomkr, r 1762, 15th 
Behre Frederick, porter, r 168 Albion Av 
Behre Frederick J, engineer, r 414 Do- 



Behrend Arthur, painter, r 3527, 19th 
Behrend David, watchmkr. 1165 Market. 

r 166 Henry 
Behrend Gustave. bicycle repairing, 247, 

8th 
Behrend Henry, Jeweler, r 1323 Stelner 
Behrend Julius F, mgr Flelschmann & 

Co, r 55 Cole 
Behrend William F, boat bldr, r 3652. 

ISth 
UrTBehrcnd. See Behrendt and Behrnd 
Behrends A H, miner, r 1045 Market 
Behrendt Alvin H. salesman Richard 

Behrendt. r 2225 Sutter 
Behrendt J W. druggist, r 1300 Polk 
Behrendt Richard, mfrs' agf, 738 Mis- 
sion 
Behrendt William J, lab. r 741 Andover 

Av 
Behrendt Valentin, liquors. SW cor Ba- 
ker and Greenwich 
(CT Behrendt. See Bercndt 
Behrens Albert J. mill foreman, r 390 

Page 
Behrens Alonzo, packer, r 27 Birch Av 
Behrens Anna, widow, r 411 Bryant rear 
Behrens Frederick, painter. 294 Noe 
Hfhrens Henry, r 110 Castelll Av 



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THOSe WHO KNOW 

ALWAYS CALL FOR • 

Bohemian Extra Pale I 

PUREST BEER MADE j 

STANDARD BOTTLING CO., Sole Agents j 

Phone JAMES 5166 

Behrens Henry, carp, r 827 Valencia 
Behrens Henry, riveter, r 2SG4, 25th 
Behrens Henry C, clli Postofflce, r 41 

Hofe Av 
Behrens John H, cement wkr, r 877 Treat 

Av 
Behrens Mary Miss, r 980 Eddy 
Behrens Paul, cigarmltr, r 523 Folsom 
Behrens R H, ins, r SOS Bush 
Behrens Walter, elk Redlngton & Co, r 

1712 Mason 
C^Behrens. See Behrend and Berens 
Behrentz P, qtr master str Mariposa 
Behring Christian H, groceries, 1400 

Guerrero 
[CTBehring. , See Bering 
Behringer Charles C, expressman, r 55 

Duboce Av 
Behringer Christopher C, delicacies, 211 

Steiner 
Behringer Fred, peddler, r 2509 Folsom 
Behringer Fred Mrs, delicacies, 2509 Pol- 



563 Mission 
Behrman Henry O, janitor, r 729 Mont- 
gomery 
Behrmann Christian F, r 913 Guerrero 
Behrmann Frederick C, elk F F G Har- 
per & Co, r 1560 Waller 
Behrmann Henry, confr, r 623% Locust 

Av 
Behrmann John H, r 1839 Howard 
Behrmann Katie, widow, r 160 Clinton 

Park 
[Cr Behrmann. See Beerman 
Behrn James C, teamster, r 830 Folsom 
BEHSin) OUSTAV AZiBEBT, architect, 
386 Sutter, tel Red 5035, r Lyford's 
Point, Marin Co 
Behrns Elizabeth Miss, r 1098 Pine 
Behrns Prank, lab, r 3306 Laguna 



Beicke A Marie, widow, r 875 Shotwell 
Beicke Henry F, raillhand, r 875 Shot- 
well 
Beicke Louis J, foreman R B Moore, r 

938 Sanchez 
Beideman Estate, 532 Parrott Bldg 
Beidleman Walter E, bkkpr Payot, Up- 

ham & Co. r 804 Larkin 
Beier Martin F (Beier & Millikan) r 3037 

Pierce 
Beier & Millikan (M F Beier and A J 

Millikan) liquors, 329 Grant Av 
Beigbeder John B, butcher Pontacq Bros, 

r 2520 Clay 
Beigbedier Bazile, laundryman, . r 10 

Stephens Ct 
Beighle Nellie, physician, 906 Eddy 
Beigl John, with Natl Brewing Co, r 523 

Grove 
Beik Frederick, agt, 33 Mason, r 235 

Golden Gate Av 
CT^Beilenberg. See Bielenberg 
Beilhes John B. barber, r 1914 Green 
Beilhes L F, bkkpr Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co, r 1613 Leavenworth 
Beilhes P D, expressman, r 813 Pacific 
Bein Pauline Mrs, r 1110 Powell 
Bein William, r 2508. 26th 



CTBein. See Biehn, Bien and Bean 
Beineke August W, glassblower, r 1731 

Mission 
Beinse Albert, liquors, 3S44 Mission 
Beintema Andrew J (Beintema & Rockel) 

r 6 Bourbin PI 
Beintema & Rockel (A J Beintema and 

M D Rockel) barbers, 1620 Eddy 
Beirne Arthur J, elk M Blaskower Co, 

r 873 Folsom 
Beirne Michael G. lab, r 3671, 23d 
Beirne M T, lab S P Co, r 922 Battery 
Beirne Patrick J, lab, r 857 Mission 
Beirne Raymond, electn, r 1711 Clay 
Beisel Frederick W, patternmkr, r 415 

Brannan 
US' Beisel. See Biesel 

Beiser Adam G, condtr U RR, r 1442 Do- 
lores 
Beitler Charles R, cashier Cal Prom 

Com of S F, 25 New Montgomery 
Beitling Charles A, lab, r S60 McAllister 
Beitling Charles A Mrs, teacher music, 

r 860 McAllister 
Beitlone Alfred, restaurant, r 861 Broad- 
way 
Beitner August, boilermkr, r 500, 20th 
Bejik Ferdinand, gardener, r 26 John 

BEKEART ALMA M. MRS. 

fashlona,1>le dressmaker, lai Post, 
rooms 43-44, r 1517 Vallejo 

Bekeart Charles F, elk Phil B Bekeart 
Co, r 1221 Golden Gate Av 

Bekeart Frank C, real estate, r 1517 Val- 
lejo 

Bekeart Phil B Co, Philip B Bekeart pres 
fire arms, 114, 2d 

Bekeart Philip B, pres Phil B Bekeart 
Co, r 3760 Clay 

BEKHTS MABTIN, pres Bekins Van and 
Storage Co, 11 Montgomery, r Los 
Angeles 

BEKINS VAN AND STORAGE 

CO, Martin Bekins pres, C. E. Uacy 
manag-er, packing', moving, stortn? 
and shipping household goods. Cut 
Bate shipping, 11 Montgomery, tel 
Main 1840 

Belando P & Co (P Belando, T Giusti 
and J Daneri) wood and coal, 1210 
Powell 

Belando Peter (P Belando & Co) r 1208 
Powell 

O'Belando. See Bellando 

Belanger Arthur, carp, r 355a Clemen- 
tina ^^ 

Belanti Frances, wlabw. r 33 Midway rear 

Belasco Abram, r 1704 Sutter 

Belasco Edward B, treas Alcazar The- 
atre, r 1704 Sutter 

Belasco Frederic (Belasco & Maver) r 
1702 Sutter 

Belasco Henry, doorkpr Alcazar Theatre, 
r 1723 Laguna 

Belasco Israel (E Heringhi & Co) r 1727 
Laguna 

Belasco Nellie Miss, elk, r 1025'^ Wash- 
ington 

Belasco Patrolina Miss, dressmkr, 102514 
Washington 

Belasco Sollle, carrier Postofflce, r 1725 
Laguna 

Belasco Walter A, actor, r 1704 Sutter 

Belasco & Harris Co. tailors, 541 Market 

Belasco & Mayer (F Belasco and M E 
Mayer) proprs Alcazar Theatre, 116 
O'Farrell and Central Theatre, Mar- 
ket nr Sth 

Belau Michael, tailor, r 530 Oak 

Belau Otto, mining, r 530 Oak 

Belau Rudolph, with German Savings 
and Loan Soc, r 530 Oak 

BelayefC George A, representative San 
Joaquin Producers Assn. 215 Davis, 
r 949 Ellis 



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Bcloera Joseph, liquurs. r HUT Shipley 
Btlchor Adeline N Mrs, r 1079 Bush 
Belcher Alphonse W. lather, r 322% Te- 

Belcher Charles, elk R S Wheeler, r 

Belvedere 
Belcher Edward, polisher Thomas Day 

Co. r 950H Harrison 
BEI^CHSB ESWASD A, atty-at-law. 

412-413 Claus Spreckels Bldg, tel Main 

5137 
Belcher Edward I, lino opr Phillips & 

Van Orden Co, r .'iOS Clay 
Belcher Edward S (Belcher & Phillips) 

r 1335 Mason 
Belcher Edwin R. brass polisher, r 950% 

Harrison 
Belcher Gertrude, widow, r 1979 Eddy 
BEI.CHEB OIXSEBT b vlce-pres Hen- 

shaw. Biilkley cS: Co. NW cor Fremont 

and Mission, r Oakland 
Belcher J H. elk Balfour. Guthrie & Co. 

r 3846. 22d 
Belcher Oscar T. elk Ticket Aud oflBce 

S P Co. r Alameda 
BEX«KEB SHiVEB KHmrO CO (Gold 

Hill, Nev) 336 Mills Bldg 
Belcher William J (McCann. Belcher & 

Allen) r St Dunstans 
Belcher & Phillips (E S Belcher and J F 

Phillips) lino oprs. 508 Clay 
Belczynske Anna, widow, r 408 San Jose 

Av 
Belden Benjamin C. druggist S A Mc- 
Donnell, r 607 Post 
BEU>EV OKABXiES A, treas W W 

Montague & Co, 309-317 Market, r 

Ross Valley. Cal and New York 
Belden Dan F (Strong. Belden & Farr) 

r Oakland 
Belden Edward, r 440. 3d 
Belden Edwin S. official reporter Su- 
perior Court Dept 5. r 2522 Gough 
Belden Ella M. widow, r 2238 Vallejo 
Belden George F, elect cng, r 2238 Val- 
lejo 
Belden Joseph W, lleut Engine 36. r 26 

McAllister 
Belden Marvin, r 440. 3d 
Belden Roy K, dentist, 606 Sutter, r 1929 

Broadway 
Belden Salvina P. widow, r 26 McAllister 
Belding Mary L Mrs. teacher Pub 

Schools, r 414 CJastro 
Beledo Victor, porter, r 1538 Mason 
Belduke W. wrapper City of Paris, r 413 

Mason 
Belel Jeremiah, bottler, r 703 San Bruno 

Av 
Beleney George (J Ivancovich & Co) 

r 1280 Washington 
Belesis Nicholas, restaurant. 315. 4th 
BelettI Charles, r fiOr, Filbert 

BEx.rAST onraEB ai^ oo (d j 

Stelmke) ;>768 Octavia 
BEI.rA8T XESK UlTDEBWEAB CO, 

Joseph H Clark Pac Ci.a.st agl. Cluett 
Bldg. .^,7S MIssl.Mi 

CTBelflnger. See Bllllnger • 

Helfort Euseblo. tailor, r 635 Broadway 

Belfort House. 1065 Market 

Belfrage August, propr The New Arling- 
ton, r 1016 Market 

Belfrage David M. librarian Cooper Med- 
ical College 

Belfrage Ollna, widow, r 15 Glen Park 
Av 

Belfrage William F. teacher Wllmerdlng 
School, r 15 Glen Park Av 

B-lger F. carp S F Planing Mill, r 515H 
Bush 

Helgerl Charles, chef, r 702 Powell 

Belgian Consulate. 207 Battery 

Bclgrano Frank N. sec and cashier Co- 
lumbus Savings and Loan Soc. r Oak- 
land 



"SalBwe Companv^ 

REAL ESTATE AGEt^TS AND AUCTIONEERS 

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kin 
Belinge Raymond A, elk P S Tel & Tel 

Co. r 2609 Larkln 
Belitzer Jacob, elk M A Gunst & Co, r 

901 Pine 
Belknap Arthur, brakeman, r 1316 Cas- 
tro 
Belknap Edward S, clgarmkr, r 9% Laskle 
Belknap Philip M. condtr U RR, r 131C 

Castro 
Belknap Virgil J (Banks & Belknap) r 

450 Clipper 
Bell A. cashier Bohm-Bristol Co, r 44 

Holloway Av 
Bell A D. opr W U Tel Co. r 219 Eddy 
•BBJJ. AI.BEBT W, Pt Richmond and 

Palo Alto Real Estate. 417 Parrott 

Bldg. tel Folsom 2552. r Palo Alto 
BEXiIi AI^XAXTSEB O, sec E Martin & 

Co. r Alameda 
Bell Andrew J. porter W P Fuller & Co. 

r 2108 O'Farrell 
Bell A R. with Canadian Bank of Com- 
merce, r 800 Van Ness Av 
Bell Arthur F L, mgr Recruit Oil Co, 

r 220 Ashbury 
Bell Arthur W, cashier J W Ferris, r 

410. 11th Av 
Bell Augustus, cook, r 1020 Pacific 
Bell Austin W. machine opr, r 923 Geary 
Bell A W Mrs, dressmkr, S23 Geary 
Bell Benjamin F, barber. 552 Guerrero, 

r 469, 14th 
Bell Burleigh C, druggist, r 1501 Polk 
Bell Carrie Miss, r 923 Geary 
Bell Catherine, widow, r 923 O'Farrell 
Bell Charles, elev opr, r 717 Golden Gate 

Av 
Bell Charles A. foreman W J Little- Co. 

r 1553 Howard 
Bell Charles A, teamster, r 1412'.4 Pine 
Bell Charles E, .-Ik Frgt Aud S P Co, 

r 245 Scott 

ABIDES H, dentist. 2202 Flll- 
tel West 231. r 2625 Sacra- 
mento 
Bell Charles H, elev opr, r 710 McAllister 
Bell <;harles H. physician, r 715 Howard 
Bell Charles L. elk Kragen's. r Oakland 
Bell Clarence, lab. r 567, 6th 
Bell Conrad A. butcher, r 840 Lombard 
Bell Conrad M, carrier Postofflce, r 35 

Dehon 
Bell Daniel, elk Cal BIcc Wks. r 283 Fell 
Bell Daniel P. bkkpr Trlest & Co, r Oak- 

. land 
Bell David, carp, r 2209 Polk 
Bell David B, watchman, r 705 Hyde 
Bell Dickson G, policeman, r 3678. 18th 
Bell Edward, crane opr. r 440 Paris 
Bell Edwin C. detective, r 1513 Lyon 
Bell Eric T. teacher The Lyceum, r 729 

California 
Bell Ferdinand A. trackman Presidio & 

Ferries Ry Co. r 1230 Union 
Bell Flora Miss, artist. 546 Sutter, r 

Mcnio Park 
Bell Frank, grlpman Cal St RR, r 31 

Austin Av 
Bell Frank, slcv, r 114 Mason 
Bell Frank, stev, r 463 Stevenson 



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International Banking 
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Otaeral Banking Business TransMcted 
Foreign Exchange a Specialty 

See page 1. 



Bell Frank A, contracting agt Santa Fe, 

r 1704 Market 
Bell Frank B. opr W U Tel Co. r 1702 

Sacramento 
Bell Frank L, driver, r 743 Minna 
Bell Frank P, elk. r 34 Austin Av 
Bell Frank V (Bell & Straus) r 1702 

Sacramento 
Bell Frederick W (Central Plating & 

Metal Wks) r Oakland 
Bell George, lab, r 440 Paris 
Bell George, motrm U RR, r 78'A Tif- 
fany Av 
Bell George R. scenic artist, r 660 Castro 
Bell George W, lab, r 10 Auburn 
Bell Gilbert D, elk Postofflce, r 690 San 

Jose Av 
Bell Glenn R. ins, r 114S Sutter 
S1SJ.J. HABIION, attiy-at-law. 14 San- 
some, rooms 7-S-9-IO, tel Main 1364. 
r end of Oakland Av. Piedmont, Oak- 
land, tel Clay 521 
Bell Harry B. mach hand, r 706 Folsom 
Bell Harry C. elk Home Fire and Marine 

Ins Co. r Oakland 
Bell Harry C. mach, r 310 Berlin 
Bell Harry G, salesman, r 64 Lotta 
Bell Harry L, elk Frgt Aud S P Co, r 

2220 Geary 
Bell Harvey, elk S Foster & Co, r 148 

Fillmore 
Bell Henry, cook, r 458 Natoma rear 
Bell Henry R. physician, Donohoe Bldg, 

r 3608, 16th 
Bell Hiram H, lamp cleaner, r 634 Sac- 
ramento 
Bell Horace G, master mariner, r 311 

Jersey 
Bell Hugh. elk. r 1192 Treat Av 
Bell Hugh H Rev. pastor First United 

Presbyterian Church, r 1548 Fulton 
Bell Isabel V Miss, dressmkg, r 705 Hyde 
Bell Ivor B. riveter, r 1100 Kentucky 
Bell James, carp, r 423 Minna 
Bell James, lab. r 415. 22d 
Bell James, miner, r Russ House 
Bell James E (Catton, Bell & Co) r Sau- 

salito 
Bell James E. boilerrakr. r 652 Folsom 
Bell James H K. stenog Ry Mail Service, 

r .S06 Eddy 
Bell James J, lodgings, 875 Mission 
Bell James T, water tender, r 12 Gilbert 
Bell J Clark, accountant, r 711 Taylor 
Bell John, r 311 Taylor 
Bell John, r 1324 Mission 
Bell John. bldr. 64 Lotta 
Bell John, carp, r 440 Paris 
Bell John, lab, r 1000 Harrison 
Bell John, plumber, r 245 Scott 
Bell John, real estate agt. 115 Kearny 
Bell John, teamster, r 619 Tennessee 
Bell John & Co (J Bell) carpenters, 1337 

Scott 
Bell John A, r 1434 Tavlor 
Bell John A (John Bell & Co) r 2772 

Golden Gate Av 
Bell John B. barber, r 1986 Folsom 
Bell John C. elk Edison Phonograph 

Agency, r 3340 San Bruno Av 
Bell John J. boltmkr. r 220. 30th 
Bell John J, carp, r 24, 6th 
Bell John W Mrs, r 502 Van Ness Av 



Bell Joseph, r 409 Dolores 

Bell Joseph, millhand, r 706 Folsom 

Bell Joseph D, carp, r 717 Golden Gate 

Bell Joseph L, condtr U RR, r 1335 Web- 
ster 
Bell Julia, widow, r 14S Fillmore 
Bell Landon A. elk Standard Oil Co, r 30 

Liberty 
Bell Laura, widow, r 1536 Eddv 
Bell Laurence, salesman, r 620 Turk 
Bell Leslie H, sec and treas Bell Real 

Estate Co, r 1104 Green 
Bell Lewis, salesman Empire Fur Co, 

r 621 Turk 
Bell Margaret Mrs, r 222 Colllngwood 
Bell Margaret M, widow, r 35 Dehon 
Bell Mariana, widow, r 34 Austin Av 
Bell Martin, lumberman, r 31 Ringgold 
Bell Marv. widow, r 619 Tennessee 
Bell Mary C, widow, r 980 Eddv 
Bell May Miss, dressmkr, r 1746 Ellis 
BEI^I. ITATSAN 1., sec Pac Portland Ce- 
ment Co. 508-512 Rialto Bldg. r The 
Howland, 817 Van Ness Av 
Bell Nicholas Rev, professor St Ignatius 

College 
Bell Philip A. physician, r 840 Lombard 
Bell Randall G, mach U I Wks, r 311 

Jersey 
Bell Real Estate Co, 508 California 
Bell Richard B, atty. Union Trust Bldg. 

r Berkeley 
Bell Richard F. r 204 McAllister 
Bell Robert E. assaver Selby Smelting 

and Lead Co. r 1301 Gough 
Bell Stanley, with Varney & Green, r 

Oakland 
Bell Taylor W. law student Harmon Bell, 

r Oakland 
Bell Theresa, widow, r 2213 Sutter 
Bell Thomas, estate of, 508 California 
Bell Thomas F. painter, r 405 Banks 
Bell Thomas J. coachman, r 1338 Larkin 
Bell Thomas T, lab, r 8 Gilbert 
Bell Walter J, elk Traders' Ins Co, r 

Oakland 
Bell W G. millhand, r 706 Folsom 
Bell William, mech Cal Elec Wks. r 266 

Connecticut 
Bell William, painter, r 619 Tennessee 
Bell William, peddler, r 1618 Pacific Av 
Bell William D. bkkpr Pac Construction 

Co, r 370 Sanchez 
Bell William H. r 265 Crescent Av 
Bell William H. mach. r 1217 Geary 
Bell William H, with Mergenthaler Lino- 
type Co. r 1013^4 Larkin 
Bell William J, painter, r 80 Norfolk 
Bell William M. electn. r 266 Connecticut 
Bell William R, motrm, r 78% Tiffany 

Ay 
Bell William T. physician, 916 Market, 

r 3241 Washington 
Bell William W, foundryman, r 3 Lexing- 
ton Av 
Bell & Straus (F V Bell and G Straus) 

attys. 604 Montgomery 
BEI^I^A VISTA EOTEI^, Mrs Mary W 
Denver propr. 1001 Pine, tel East 524 
Bellam Edith, nurse, r 70S Haight 
Bellamy Benjamin, lumberman J M War- 
ren, r 18 Perry 
Bellamy John, waiter, r 915 Minna 
Beltan John, bartndr, r 714 Greenwich 
Bellando John J, mach, r 1826 Powell 
Bellando Peter, molder, r 1826 Powell 
Bellani John L, solicitor, r 3785 Sacra- 
mento 
BellanI Joseph, teamster, r 5 Alemany 
Bellantl Antonio, fish, 522 Merchant, r 

4251,4 Green 
Bellantl Frank (J Bellanti & Son) r 1926 
Mason 



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Bellanti Giovanni, dry goods, 1421 Du- 

pont 
Belianti J & Son (J and F) fish market, 

501 Merchant 
Bellanti John (J Bellant(, & Son) r 1926 

Mason 
Bellanti John,, lab, r 425% Green 
Bellanti Joseph, llsh. r 1926 Mason 
Bellanti Joseph, tailor. 518 Montgomery 

Av. r 1814 Dupont 
Bellanti Stefano. lab. r 917 Sansome 
Bellavin Tlkhon Rev. bishop Greek Rus- 
sian Cathedral, r 1715 Powell 
Belle Josephine Mining Co. 324 Pine 
Bellecer Frank J. butcher, r 1528 Dupont 
Bellecer William F. elk. r 1528 Dupont 
Bellegarde Jean B. liquors. 218 Railroad 

Av 
Bellegarde Pascal. liquors, r 112 Ber- 
nard 
Bcllelsle Charles P. elk Pac Hardware & 

Steel Co. r 20, 15th 
Belle Isle Frank X. elk. r 124 Eureka 
Bellemans Paul, copyist Recorder's ofiBce. 

r 1373 Sacramento 
Bellemore David, with Canelizo, TrlUanes 

& Co, r San Mateo 
Bellemore David Jr. with Canelizo, Tril- 

lanes & Co, r San Mateo 
Bellerlve Eduoard, painter, 823Vi Jackson, 

r Oakland 
Bellerlve Marie Mrs, dressmkg, 1120 

Suiter 
Bellesen Olaus, master mariner, r 1206 

Powhattan 
Bellet Joseph N, Janitor City Hall, r 623 

Franklin 
Bellet Marcella, widow, r 419 Lombard 
Belletier Charles J, car painter U RR. 

r 124 Hayes 
Bellevue Sanatorium. 2018 Union 
Bellevue The, 232 Van Ness Av 
Bellew Edward R, sec Yayapai Gold 

Mining Co, r 928 Ellis 
Bellew John, r 231 Olive Av 
Bellew Mary, widow, r 231 Olive Av 
Bellew Richard, plumber, r 231 Olive Av 
Bellew Thomas, student, r 231 Olive Av 
t7Bellew. See Bellue 
Bellezer Frank, butcher, 305 Brannan, r 

1528 Dupont 
Belli Bros (E, E and L,) fruits. 1404 

Polk 
Belli Caroline, widow, r 338 Green 
Belli Emilio (Belli Bros) r 1750 Larkin 
Belli EmllUo (Galll & Belli) r 2330 Fill- 
more 
Belli Evangellsta (Belli Bros) r 17S0 

Larkin 
Belli Franco, druggist D P Rossi, r 1400 

Dupont 
Belli G & Co (G Belli and A Campodonico) 

com mer. 411 Davis 
Belli Giovanni (G Belli & Co) r 720 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Belli Giovanni (Pucclnelll & Belli) r 607 

Montgomery Av 
Belli Jeremiah, bottler, r 701 San Bruno 

Av 
Belli Laurence (Belli Bros) r 1750 Larkin 
Belli Lazaro. pastemkr, r 338 Green 
Belli Lorenzo, r 850b Vallejo 
Belli W. driver W F & Co Ex. r 212H. 

6th 
Benin Anton, waiter, r 761 Bush 
Belling Charles J. Jeweler James A Sor- 

ensen Co. r 712V4 Clementina 
Belling Oscar A. waiter, r 238 Porter 



W, Custom House 
broker. ,''.22 Battery, tcl Main 984, r 
Oakland 
Helllngall Ralph R. elk P W Belllngall. 
r Oakland 



Savings and Loan Society 



MONTCiOMEnY ST., COR. SUTTER 

UArantee Cnpttal, •1.000.000. Reecrve Fnn.i. 
,000. DcpoNlCM of One Dollar and upvviniU 
^Ived. LoaDS made at lowest rattiii. 



Bellingham Bay and British Columbia 

RR Co. H H Taylor pres. 216 Mills 

Bldg 
Bellingham Bay Brewerv Butt..ng Wks. 

3109. 20th 
Bi:i.iaiTGHAM BAT IMFROVEMXNT 

CO, If H T.Tvlnr pi.-s. 216 Mills Bldg 
Bi:i.UNQHA3I BAT lUFBOTEMBITT 

CO (lumber dept) A A Baxter agt. 

office 204 Front, room 3. tel Main 1963 
Bellingham Halibut Fisheries Co. 708 

Market 
Bellls Harry E, dept mgr John Breuner 

Co. r 312 Noe 
Bellls Herbert L. lab. r 918 Huron Av 
Bellis James H G. polisher, r 203 Hoff- 
man Av 
Bellis John A. elev opr Appraisers' Bldg. 

r 17S9 Halght 
Bellls John O. silversmith Shreve & Co. 

r 1711% Mason 
Bellisle Augustus, elk Baker & Hamilton. 

r San Mateo 
Bellisle Frank N. elk. r 122 Turk 
Bellman Cecil J. elk Postofflce. r 564 

Valencia 
Bellman Henry, musician, r 735 Turk 
Bellman John R. barber, r 3300 Point 

Lobos Av 
Bellman Vincent, bkkpr Schraders' Iron 

Wks. r Oakland 
Bellmer August, liquors, 114 O'Farrell. 

r 770 Grove 
Bellmer Frederick E. carp, r 317 Hill 
Bellmer Harry P. cook, r 705 Natoma 
Bellmer Henry J. truck bldr S P Co. r 

303. 10th 
Bellmer John (Kruse & Bellmer) r 420 

Larkin 
Bellmond Frank, biksmlth. r 1001 Natoma 
Bcllo George A. millhand. r 72 Jessie 
Belli) Jose S (Bello, Sllva & Co) r 65 

Jackson 
Bello Lucy Miss (Bello & Bagnasco) r 

724 Filbert 
Bello. Sllva & Co (J S Bello. J J Sllva 

and Mrs R V Costa) proprs New 

Portuguese Exchange. 63-65 Jackson 
Bello Sophlna, widow, r 72 Jessie 
Bello Vincent, Deputy Sheriff, r 74 Jessie 
Hello & Bagnasco (Miss L Bello and MLss 

J Bagnasco) dry goods. 702 Filbert 
Bi;llof Conrad, driver, r 1830 San Jose Av 
Bellof George, harnessmkr. r 708 North 

Point 
Bellof Jacob C. r 2528V4 Bryant 
BellonI Joseph, driver, r B Alemany Av 
BellottI John (Plstochlnl & BcllottI) r 309 

Broadway 
Bellows Mary, widow, r 1692 Mission 
Bellstedt Annie, widow, r 2471 Folsom 
Bellstedt Charles, com, r 2473 Folsom 
Bellstedt Theodore, produce, r 1058 Flor- 
ida 
Bellue August P, bartndr. r 926 Minna 
Bellue Pierre, liquors. 32, 7th, r 1521 

Buchanan 
Belluomlnl Domenlco. butcher. 792, 1st 

Av 
Belluomlnl G. lab. r 240 Paclrtc 
Belluomlnl Giovanni (M Belluomlnl & 

Son) r 1159 Buchiiruin 



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Belluomini Joseph, expressman, r 1349 

Dupont rear 
Belluomini Ludwig, fruits, r 43 Gilbert 
Belluomini Michael (M Belluomini & 

Son) r 1459 Buchanan 
Belluomini Pedro, fruits, 3326 Mission, r 

41, 29th 
Belluomini & Son (M and G) fruits, 

1459 Buchanan 
Bellus James, piano polisher, r 397 Jer- 
sey 
Bellas Kate, widow, r 17% Sumner 
Belmere Adolph, roofer, r 9 West Park 
Belmond The, lodgings, 1126 Market 
Belmont A. emp Hayes Park Laundry 
Belmont Athletic Club, NE cor 3d and 

Brannan 
Belmont Edward C, teamster, r 232% 

Harriet 
Belmont Florist Oo, 2332 Fillmore 
Belmont John, carp, r 2127b Mission 
Belmont M E Miss, r 66 Minna 
Belmont Theodore, stickerhand, r 431, 6th 
Belmore Peter A, boilermkr, r 124 West 

Park 
Behjate Samuel K, atty, Parrott Bldg, r 

615 Waller 
Bi:i.OI>0 JOSN A, taxidermist, all kinds 
of furs dressed, rug mounting and 
mounting for the trade, 633 Jessie, tel 
Howard 1464 
Belott Charles, elk, r 79. 3d 
Belotti Guiglio, lab, r 402% Green 
Beloud Leon G, upholstering, 2074 Mis- 
sion 
Below B, sec Justiman Caire Co, r Oak- 
land 
Belsaar Frank, painter, r 1314 Stockton 
Belser Julius H (Williams, Belser & Co) 

r 239 Borland 
Belser Robert A, contr, r 4S7 Noe 

OHABI^BS M, capitalist, 
Claus Spreckels BIdg. tel Main 
r St Francis Hotel, tel Bush 641 



?lski Max. elk. 



162 



Belt E B. mach U I Wks, r 102 San Jose 
Av 

Belt Frank T, stev. r 102 San Jose Av 

Belt Railway The, depot NE cor Green- 
wich and Battery, office Ferry BIdg 

Belten McMullin Mrs, widow, r 3035 Cal- 
ifornia 

Belting Henry, carp, r 215 Minerva 

Belton Fred B, elk Pac Hardware & Steel 
Co, r 3515, 23d 

Belton Philip M, elk U S Customs, r 
3515, 23d 

Belton Philip W, foreman, r 2405. 23d 

Belton Thomas J, with Pac Hardware 
& Steel Co, r 3515, 23d 

Beltram Chris, r 1213 Powell 

Bel frame Joseph, accordion mkr, r 915 
Montgomery 

Beltrami Agostino (Conti & Beltrami) 
r 303 Union „. ^. .^ 

Beltrami Seraflno (Beltrami & .Righmi) 
r 303 Union 

Beltrami & Righinl (S Beltrami and J 
Rig*hinl) groceries, 301 Union 

Beltramo Ernesto (Beltramo & Adriano) 
r 509% Leavenworth 

Beltramo Natale, bartndr, r 710 Green 



Beltramo & Adriano (E Beltramo and 

G Adriano) fruits, 596 O'Farrell 
Beltramy John, coachman, r 814 Jack- 

Belveal Jasper- N, bkkpr Stone Canon 
Coal Co, r 890 Bush 

Belvedere Music Hall, 30 'O'Farrell 

Belvedere The, 574 Folsom 

Belvedere The, furn rooms, 336 Golden 
Gate Av 

Belvel George E (William Cranston Co) 
r 119 Steiner 

Belvel Lucv F, widow, r 119 Steiner 

Belyea James A, policeman, r 2778, 22d 

Belz Charles, prop Logan Hotel, r 214, 
5th Av South 

Belz Louis, plumber, r 1018 Alabanyi 

Bement R V, elk W F & Co Ex, r Ala- 
meda 

Bemis Charles C, pres The Giant Powder 
Co, Cons, Kohl BIdg, r East Oakland 

Bemis Eva Mrs, r 917 Minna 

Bemish Frank, upholst John Hoey & Co, 
r 827a Howard 

Bemiss John A, r 526 Turk 

Bemiss William C (Hagert & Bemiss) 
r 1837 McAllister 

Bemiss William H, mgr Building Trades 
Council's Headquarters, r 1278 Ful- 
ton 

Bemmerer August, cutler, 540 Califor- 
nia, r 29, 12th 

Bemmerer Henry, cutler, r 29, 12th 

Ben Franklin Press, C M Keeler mgr, 
123, 7th 

Benaghi Joseph, cook, r 410 Broadway 

Benamati Arturo, lab, r 2018b Powell 

Benamatl Dominic, ironmolder. r 732 
Union 

Benard Alfred G, salesman A I Hall & 
Son. r 24 Liberty 

BEITARD ATJGUSTE T, wines and liq- 
uors 147 Larkin, tel South 47S, r 24 
Libert^', tel Capp 4072 

Benard Auguste F JT, r 75 Sharon 

Benard Bernard, with A F Benard. r 
24 Liberty 

Benas Isaac, cigars, 14 Eddy, r 822 Turk 

Benas Louis H, mfg elk H S Crocker Co, 
r 526 Turk 

Benas Max, salesman, r 2806d Pine 

Benas Solomon, bailiff U S District 
Court, r 2729 Laguna 

Benassini Luigi, shoemkr, BOSYa Pacific, 
r 11 Graham PI 

Benassini Natalie, widow, r 11 Graham 



Graham 



PI 

Benassini Pietro, tailor, 

PI 
Benassini Valente, r 11 Graham PI 
Benbaw A, mach, r 120. 11th 
Benbow Charles C, engineer, r 730 Val- 

Benbow Ellen, widow, r 653, 3d 
Benchley Helen Mrs, r 3329, 21st 
Benchley James W, salesman Carson 

Glove Co, r 3329, 21st 
Bencich George, cook, r 737% Minna 
Benda Charles, stonecutter, r 2641 Mis- 

Bendegard Morten, master mariner, 14 
Spear, r Oakland 

Bendel Erail, sausage mkr 2790, 24th, r 
2786, 24th 

Bendel Herman, office Mills BIdg. r Oak- 
land 

Bendel Louis (Atzeroth & Bendel) r 750 
Central Av 

Bendele Charles, molder, r 24 Home- 
stead 

Bendele Charles Jr, mach, r 4073, 23d 

Bendele Jules, bkkpr North Mach Co. 
r 24 Homestead 

Benden Maria Mrs, teacher music, r 804 
Diamond 



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Btnci^r Alb.Tt M. ins broker. 317 Oali- 

fornin, r 1345 OFarrell 
Bender AuEusta, widow, r 1019 Ellis 
BEMDEB BBOS (William A and George 

I.I oarK" <11rs. railroad ties, tan bark 

and -split timber, 6 Market, rms 13- 

14 
Bender Carl G. cashier New Zealand 

Ins Co, r 1407 Washington 
Bender Caroline, widow, r 111 San Car- 
los Av 
Bend*r-Cha<iuette Co. law hooks, 317 

Montgomery 
Bender Charles, r 1602 Washington 
Bender Charles, packer, r 3 Juniper 
Bender Charles L. wirewkr, r 111 San 

Carlos Av 
Bender Chester U watchmkr. r 241 Col- 

lingwood 
Bender I>avid A, r 1020 Green 
Bender Edward A. artist, r 2564 Pine 
Bender Edward W, vlce-pres Bender- 

Chaquette Co. r 2564 Pine 
Bender Edwin I/, plumber, r 111 San 

Carlos Av 
Bender Eleanor, widow, r 2564 Pine 
Bender Fred H. foreman Budalo Mach 

Wks. r Berkeley 
Bender Fred P (Barstow & Bender) 
Bender George L (Bender Bros) r 4521, 

20th 
Bender Henry B. elk Livingston Bros, 

r 1019 Eniis 
Bender Herman C, driver, r 1111 York 
Bender Jacob, butcher, 804 Diamond 
Bender Jacob, watchmkr, 31. 9th. r 77 

9th 
Bender Jerome, comp. r 1245 Sanchez 
Bender Johanna, widow, r 112 Tehema 
Bender John J, shoemkr, r 1718 Leaven- 
worth 
Bender John W. collr, r 422 Jersey 
Bender Joseph D, expressman, r 23 Lily 



Bender Joseph H, 
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966 Hamp- 



Bender Josiah P, r 239S Folsom 

Bender Karl P. r 642 Natoma 

Bender Max F, teacher Pub Schools, 
r 1407 Washington 

Bender Mill and Lumber Co. S Market 

Bender Noah W. bkkpr. Electric Laun- 
dry Co. r 1628 Post 

Bender Paul A, salesman Tillmann & 
Bendel. r 1407 Washington 

Bender R, mech Cal St RR 

Bender Robert C, porter, r 112 Tehama 

Bender Thomas L. brickir, r 422 Jer- 
sey 

Bender William A (Bender Broe). r 609 
Sacramento 

CTBender. See Beander and Benter 

Bendewald Louis, glassblower, r 1007 
CJolden Gate Av 

Bendlnelli Pio (P BlanuccI & Co) r 289 
Valencia 

Bendit Benjamin, teamster, r 1230 Jark- 

Bendlt Frank, lab, r 701 McAllister 
Bendit Herman, r 507 Hyde 
Bendit Morris, driver, r 2438 California 
Bendit N, Janitor, r 704V4 Larkin 
Bendit Rebecca, widow, r 1207>4 Laguna 
Bendix Auguspt, musician, r 104 Alta 
Bendix Otto Mrs, widow, r 1800 Bu- 
chanan 
Bendlxerv John (Schmidt & Bendlxen) r 

3 Market 
Bendlxen Peter, miner, r 662 Fulton 
Bendlxon Benjamin D, r 536 Taylor 
Bendlxsen H P. Ship Building C^> (Eu- 
reka) 16 California 
Pendrwa Jnnn. lab, r 2018 Powell 
Bendrirk Vincent, cooper, r 324 D.iv 
t^Hendt S-e Bent 
Hendt-..!! Emll. oablnetmkr. r ^.fiCi, 2Jd 



ripe (tOthtGhaBDelSts. 



Mission 
Benecko Dorothea M I. widow, notiini.s, 

3411 Clay 
lt:?"Benecke. See Beneke 
Btnedetta Mary, widow, r 1626 Dupont 
Eenedetta Salvatore. lab. r 1626 Dupnnt 
Benedetti A & Son (A and A) fruits and 

fish. 1898 Union 
Benedetti Adolph (A Benedetti & Son) r 

1895 Union 
Benedetti Angelo (A Ben«detti & Son) r 

1895 Union 
Benedetti Angelo. elk S Ravanl. r 212 

Montgomery Av 
Benedetti Anibale. fruits, 404 Francisco 
Benedetti Felipe, lab, r 430 Broadway 
Benedetti Frank, lab. r 2 Church Av 
Benedetti Maria, widow, r 4 30 Broadway 
Benedetti Peter, lab, r 17 Lafayette PI 
Benedetti Philip, florist, r 432 Texas 
Benedetti Premo. tailor, 227 Jackson, r 

1222 Montgomery 
Benedetti Secondo. fruits. 439, 4th 
Benedetti William, boxmkr, r 436 Green- 
wich 
CTBenedetH. See Debenedetti 
Benedetto Dominick. lab. r 113 Gilbert 
Ben.-.l.tlo J.is.-ph. lab. r 338 Green 
Ben.Mlirt Alfr.rt W. bkkpr Norton Tan- 
nin),- c... r Al.imeda 
BENEDICT BBOS (C E and J S) proprs 
J.rsey ruincli Dairy, 548 Oistro, tel 
White 551 
Benedict Charles B (Benedict Bros) r 

4020. 18th 
Benedict Charles G, elk Frgt Aud S V 

rn. r 681 McAllister 
BENEDICT COTJBTI.AND S, pres Hast- 
ings riothlnti Co. SW cor Montgom- 
ery and Sutler 
Benedict Egbert J. salesman, r 328 Val- 

Benedlct F, with Mangrum & Otter, r 525 

Hill 
Benedict Harry G, elk Am Haw SS Co, r 

212 Grove 
Benedict James S (Benedict Bros) r 3S5 

Noe 
Benedict William E. cashier Ginl P.iss 

S P Co. r Alameda 

BENEnCIAL LIFE INSURANCE 

ASSOCIATION, John B. Aitken pres, 
Charles E. Dickey »eo, 703 to 716 
James Flood Bid? 

Ben.kf Cor.l. l.Tb. r 627 Chenery 

Benike Cord Jr. elk. r 627 Chenery 

Beneke Henry, elk J D Helse & Co, r 380 
Arlington 

Beneke Herman, sugar boiler, r 380 Ar- 
lington 

Beneke John, elk, r 627 Chenery 

17 Beneke. See Benecke 

Benelti G. blksmlth G P and C A Wet- 
more 

BenettI G & Co (G BenettI and A Da- 
pelo) carriage painters. 1110 Battery 

BenettI Giuseppe (O BenettI & Co) r 
1110V4 Battery 

BenettI Giuseppe (Casentlnl & Co) r 33 
Austin Av 

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A. WILLKOMM, 207 Sansome Street 



Benetti Pietro, tailor, r 619 Broadway 

Benfeldt Charles S, lumberman, r 37 
Morris A-v 

Benford John, car repairer, r 85a Board- 
man PI 

Bengasser W F, Ry postal elk, r Ala- 
meda 

Bengcns Henry, marine reporter, Meiggs 
wharf 

Benger Charles, laundryman, r 2L3a Val- 

Bengle Conrad B, mach, r 1159 Mission 
Bengsch August, lab. r 1758 Harrison 
Bengston Bror W, carriage trimmer, r 

2251/2 Birch Av 
Bengston Olof, cabinetmkr, r 150 Park 

Hill Av 
Bengston Sven, gripman U RiR, r 804 

Central Av 
Bengtson Carl, roofer, r 116 Oak 
Bingue Noel, cook, r 10 Adele PI 
Benguerel Henri E, cook, r 1516a Vallejo 
Benguiat H Ephraim, merchant, r 920 

Fulton 
Benguiat Mordecai, mcht, r 920 Fulton 
Benbam Albert, buyer Wellman, Peck & 

Co, r 712 Sutter 
Benham Alfred, sanitary eng S F I Wks, 

r Alameda 
Benham D Alice Mrs, gowns, 508 Sutter 
Benham George B, pub Mission Free 

Press. 2403 Mission 

BENHAM JOSEPH M. 

supt of Ag-encies Penn Mutual life 
Co, 612 ClauB Spreckels (Call) Bldg-, 
tel Main 5740, r 508 Sutter, tel Main 
1171 

Benham Otto E, stenog, 6 O'Farrell 
BENICIA ACrRICUX-TTTSAi; WORKS 

(B.nicia. Cal) Baker & Hamilton 
props. NW cor Pine and Davis 
Benicia Parcel Delivery, 511 Market 
Bening Anna M, widow, r 1114 Webster 
Bening August E, r 1114 Webster 
Bening Frederick G, bartndr, r 1114 

Webster 
CT-Bening. See Benning 
Benioff Alexander L, furs and skins 118 

Grant Av 
Benioff David, elk A L Benioff, r 118 

Grant Av 
CT-Benion. See Bennion 
Benis Henry, master mariner, 1 Ferry 

Bldg 
Benito Giuseppe, seaman, r 32 Broadway 
Benitz Adolph, lodgings, 303, 3d 
Benjamin Albert, elk, r 522 Polk 
Benjamin Ansley D, elk, r 2712 Pine 
Benjamin B Mrs, widow, r 1533 Geary 
Benjamin Benjamin, journalist Chroni- 
cle, r 610 Montgomery 
Benjamin Charles, carp, r 122, 9th 
Benjamin Charles, ironwkr, r 1523c How- 
ard 
Benjamin Daniel J, elk, r 1409a Mason 
BENJAMIN EDWABD H, mining eng, 
331 Pine, r Oakland ^' 

Benjamin Edward J, vice-pres M S 

Grinbaum & Co, r Belvedere, Cal 
Benjamin Electric Co, Crossley Bldg 
Benjamin Elmer H, dentist, 123 Ellis 
Benjamin Frank E. elk C W Craig & Co 



Benjamin Grover C, salesman Schwartz 
& Goodman, r 1352 Webster 

Benjamin Jonas, salesman J Oppenheim- 
er, r 344 Hayes 

Benjamin Joseph, fruits, 226, 4th 

Benjamin Devi M, r 163 Hartford 

Benjamin Lottie, widow, r 1352 Webster 

Benjamin Douis, elk, 143, 3d 

Benjamin Mabel O Miss, teacher Pub 
2hools, r 163 Hartford 



Benja 



Moses H, broker, r 34H4, 4th 



BENJAMIN NATHAN M, caterer and ice 

cream, 209 Pine, r 11141/2 Larkin 
Benjamin Orson C, supt Am-Haw SS CCs 

wharves 23 and 25. r Alameda 
BENJAMIN PHII.IF I., atty-at-law, 401- 
403 Clans Spreckels Bldg, r Oakland 
Benjamin Philip B, with Am Steel & 

Wire Co, r 1360 Pine 
Benjamin Rebecca D, widow, r 2712 Pine 
Benjamin Samuel, jobber, r 616 Golden 

Gate Av 
Benjamin Thomas C, marine eng, r 208b 

Grove 
Benjamin William, oiler, r 755 Bush 
Benjamin's Restaurant, 209 Pine 
Benjes Ernest, salesman Sussman, 

Wormser & Co, r Alameda 
tCTBenjes. See Bernges 
Benkelmann Mathilda Miss, dry goods, 

1004 Railroad Av 
Benken Henry, lab, r 807 Kearny 
Benker George B, elk G J Benker, r 

2051/2 Francisco 
Benker George J (Padilla & Benker) and 
cigar mfr, 401 Montgomery Av, 205^4 
Francisco 
Benkert John, cook, r 1120a Treat Av 
Benkert William J, business accountant, 

11 Montgomery, r 1210 Polk 
Benkie Gustave P, elk Pac Mutual Life 

Ins Co. r 3725, 22d 
Benkmann Edwin, wrapper, r 1947 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
Benkmann Gustave, shoemkr, 235 Scott, 

r 1949 Golden Gate Av 
Benlow Albert, r 120, 11th 
Benlow Herbert, r 120, 11th 
Benn Arthur, boilermkr U I Wks, r 8 

Gough 
Benn Hugh, cellarman, r 306 Diamond 
Benn James, driver, r 2802, 21st 
Benn John S, artificial fly mkr, r 50^'^ 

Hyde 
Benn Michael, driver, r 1408 Harrison 
Benn Raymond, painter, r 1901 Howard 
Benn Walter G, molder U I Wks, r 3827, 

25th 
Benn William J, brewer, r 2822, 16th 
Bennallack George C. elk Cahnv Nickels- 
burg & Co, r 33 Lafayette 
Bennallack J Mark, mach, r 1110% Fil- 
bert 
Benndorf Theodore, student, r 308 Minna 
Benner Emerson O, foreman J W Schout- 

en Lumber Co. r 4124, 18th 
Btnner Harry, marine engr, r 1080 Capp 
Benner Harry, special agt G H Tyson, r 

Oakland 
Benner Henry W, barber, 392a Dolores 
Benner Thomas H, tel opr, r 2703 Mari- 
posa 
Bennesen Christian P, farmer, r 53S Utah 
Bennett A A Mrs, r 1217 California 
Bennett A J, salesman Lace House, r 683 

Fell 
Bennett Albert C, decorator, r 112 De- 

visadero 
Bennett Albert M, elk W F & Co Ex. r 

270iy2 Sutter 
Bennett Albert N, elk Clabrough, Gol- 
eher & Co. r 3545. 21st • 

fred, carriage painter, r 21 



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Bennett Anna, widow, r 251 Pierce 
Bennett Annie R. widow, r 722 Clement 
Bennett Arthur, fireman, r 166 Perry 
Bennett Arthur J G. photr J G Hucks. 

r 77 Carmellta „ 

Bennett Arthur W, elk George Bennett, 

r 3464 Clay 
Bennett Benjamin, lab. r 652 Folsom 
Bennett Bros (H C and C A) hardware. 

35th. 6th 
Bennett Carrie A Mrs. scalp treatment. 

P.arrott BldK, r 43 Bartlett 
Bennett Charles, driver, r 28 Clara 
Bennett Charles, salesman, r 4130. 18th 
Bennett Charles A (Bennett Bros) r 745 

O'Farrell . „ . t> .j- 

Bennett Charles A. capt U S A. Presidio 
Bennett Charles B, barber, r 307 Golden 

Gate Av 
Bennett Charles D. bkkpr J D Spreck- 

els & Bros Co. r Frultvale 
Bennett Charles G. tanner, r 2771, 24<h 
Bennett Charles G & Co (Samuel Bissin- 

ger) tanners San Bruno Av nr Army 

ofllce. 401 Front 
Bennett Charles H. condtr (3eary St 

RR. r 2-OVA. Sutter 
Bennett Charles H. painter, r 3246H 

Bennett'^Charles N. stamper, r 60 Zoe 
Bennett Charles R, salesman C Mont- 
gomery & Co. r Alameda 
Benne