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FIREMAN'S FUND 

INSURANCE COMPANY 

401 CALIFORNIA STREET 

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F. M. BROWN & GO. 



GOVERNMENT 



MUNICIPAL AND CORPORATION 



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Phone Suttsr 2042 
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FRED WARD & SON 

High Grade Machine Shop Equipment 
SmaH Tools and Shop Supplies 

ABRASIVES 

170-174 FIRST STREET 

TEL. «UTTEFt T83 SAN FRANCISCO. CAS.. 



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National Paint and Oil 



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SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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AGENCY 



H. J. Baker ^ Bro. 

21-23 California Street 
San Francisco, California 

Importers Exporters 
Dealers 




Fertilizer Material 

Nitrate of Soda 

Refiners of Camphor 

Chemicals 

Head Office 

EST. 1S50 

81 Fulton St., New York 

BRANCHES: 

BALTIMORE SAVANNAH 

CHARLESTON 



BUENOS AIRES 

ARCEhmNE 



RIO DE JANEIRO 

BRAZIL 



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F-RCHASING DEPARTMENT 





Literature on Request 

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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA!! 

PURCHASING DSPARTfilPNT 

INDEX TO RESPECTIVE 
LINES if BUSINESS 

IN 

BUYERS' GUIDE 

of SAN FRANCISCO 



Pages 

Accountants ^"^ 

Adding Machines '-° 

Addressing Machines ^ 

Agricultural Implements ^ 

Architects' and Engineers' Supplies 9 

Artists' Materials JO 

Asbestos Good! Vk\\. 

Automobile Dealers 13-^5 

Automobile Trucks 25-27 

Automobile Accessories 28-32 

Automobile Fenders ^^ 

Automobile Repairing ^* 

Automobile Insurance ^^ 

Bag Manufacturers ^^?? 

Bake Ovens *° 

Banking Department *9-56 

Banks and OfBoe Fixtures 57 

Batteries '■ • ■ ^7 

Bed Manufacturers 58 

Belting Manufacturers 58-60 

Billiard Table Mfrs 60 

Blow Pipe ^} 

Boat Builders °J 

Boiler Compounds "^ 

Boiler Makers . . , ''^ 

Boilers ^3 

Builders' Supplier and Building Materials.. . .63-69 

Can Manufacturers 70 

Canned Goods 70 

Clocks 71 

Coal. Retail 71 

Coal, Wholesale 72-73 

Collection Agencies 74 

Colleges and Schools 74 

Contractors' Equipment 75-77 

Cutlery 77 

Dairy Supplies 78 

Detective Agencies 78-80 

Diamond Dealers 115 

Dictating Machines 80 

Drawing Materials 80 

Dry Goods *0 

Electrical Supplies 81 

Electrotypers *1 

Employment • 82 

Engineers' and Architects' Supplies 82 

Engines 82 

Exporters and Importers 98-100 

Express ^. . . . 83 

Felts 83 

Filters 83 

Fire Extinguishers 84-85 

Foundries 86-87 

Foundry SuppHes 87 

Funeral Directors 88 

Furriers 89 



Gas Engines , 89 

Glass Bottle Mfrs 89 

Glass Mfrs 90 

Glue Mfrs 90 

Grain 91 

Grille Work 92 

Hardware 92-93 

Hardware Specialties 94 

Hay and Grain 94 

Heating Contractors 95 

Hospitals 96 

Hotels 97 

Importers and Exporters 98-100 

Insurance Companies 101-102 

Iron Works 103-105 

Iron and Steel 106-114 

Jewelers 115 

Junk Dealers 1 14 

Kodaks and Cameras 116 

Loose Leaf Ledgers 

Lumber Dealers 117 

Macaroni and Vermicelli 118 

Machinery and Tools 118-136 

Metal 137-138 

Metal Cutting 138 

Milk Dealers 139 

Multigraphing 1*0 

Newspaper Representatives 140 

Office Equipment and Supplies 141-142 

Oil Refiners 142 

Oil Well Supplies 142 

Paint Manufacturers 143-144 

Paper Products 145 

Phonographs 145 

Pipe Tanks and Silos 146 

Plumbers' Supplies 146 

Printers 1*6 

Public .\ccountant8 6-7 

Pumps 147 

Refrigeration 148 

Real Estate 149 

Rubber Goods 150-152 

Rubber Stamps 152 

Scales 153 

Schools and Colleges 74 

Sheet Metal Works 154 

Shipbuilding 155-157 

Shipping and Commission 158 

Shoes, Wholesale 160 

Storage 160 

Stoves and Ranges 160 

Stoves and Tinware 161 

Surveyors' and Drawing Instruments 161 

Tanks .,. . . 161 

Tru.s.ses .". . . 162 

Typewriter Supplies 162 

Undertakers 103 



ACCOUNTANTS 











PROFIT THE NET EARNING CAPACITY OF \m BUSINESS 

Its Amount Has Your Earnest Attention. 
How Can You Maintain or Increase It? 




An OHLSON ACCOUNTING SYSTEM will give you a 
thorough analysis of your business. 

An OHLSON ENGINEERING SYSTEM wi'.l eliminate the 
waste and increase the efficiency and profit of your operating. 

Our service includes AUDITS and INCOME TAX 
PREPARATION. 

The OHLSON COMPANY 

Accountants and Industrial Engineers 
400 NEW CALL BUILDING Telephone Douglas 885 









AUDITING TAX ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS 

C. A. De HAAS 8c CO. 

INCORPORATED 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

704-5 HOBART BUILDING 



BOSSERMAN & MERTENS CO, 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AND 
INCOME TAX CONSULTANTS 



SAN FRANCISCO FRESNO LOS ANGELES 

SACRAMENTO :: STOCKTON 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



ACCOUNTANTS 



STEVENS ^ JOSE 

Accountants ana Auaitors 

973 MONADNOCK BLDG. 

Telephone Kearny 796 



AUDITS - INVESTIGATIONS - BUSINESS SYSTEMS 

AND 

INCOME TAX RETURNS 



ADDING MACHINES 




BULLEN & COMPANY 

Industrial Engineers 

OFFICES: SAN FRANCISCO - LOS ANGELES - SEATTLE 



Bishop CALCuuAxrNG recorders 

MACHINES FOR COMPUTING AND 
RECORDING ELAPSED TIME 




THE ONLY COST KEEPING MACHINE 
THAT RECORDS THE ELAPSED TIME 
AND GIVES A DIRECT READING IN- 

OOULARS AND CENTS 



WESTERN DISTRIBUTORS 

AUTOMATIC. MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL 
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 

BISHOP CALCULATING RECORDERS 
MASTER CLOCKS. SECONDARY CLOCKS 
PROGRAM CLOCKS 

FACTORY TIME SYSTEMS AND DEVICES 
KLAXONS. WHISTLES. GONGS. HORNS 
FACTORY BELLS. BUZZERS 
FIRE ALARM SIGNALS 
AUTOMATIC CALLING SYSTEMS 

1508 Claus Spreckels BIdg. 



TELEPHONE Sutter 3987 




ADDING MACHINES 



ADDRESSING MACHINES 



A SIMPLER, FASTER 

ADDING MACHINE 

That 
ADDS ; SUBTRACTS ; MULTIPLIES ; DIVIDES 
THE 10 KEY MAKES OUT MONTHLY S TATEMENTS 
'^'^"'ASb':'!''^'''^. TABULATES AN D FIGURES INTEREST 

::ALCULATING machine ,.^„„^ ^ Demon.tration" 

DALTON ADDING MACHINE 

618 MISSION STREET PHONE SUTTER 4952 




ADDRESSING MACHINES 



The Entirely Visible Addressing System 




Best Results at Least Expense 

One Piece Self-indexing Fiber Address Cards 
Eliotype Style Made on Your Own Typewriter 

Teltphone Factory Serviet and Salti Branch Wm. L. Hovi* 

s u 1 1 e r 60 7 2 j j4 Sansomc Street, San Francisco °'""" **-"-'" 

Ask for our advice and estimates on yo'ir addressing requirements. 



No Matter How Large Your List — 
There is A Belknap Addressing Machine 






Thl> Belknap Stencil m&y 
be out on any typewriter 

•Call Sutter 4953" 
for further Information. 






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THAT WILL EXACTLY MEET YOUR 
NEEDS. 



YOUR TYPEWRITER IS YOUR 
STENCIL CUTTER. 



Call or Write for Furlher Information 



618 Mission 



W. W. E 1{ S K I N E C O. 



Sutter 4952 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 



OIL PULL TRACTORS-^4 Sizes— Oil Cooled 

STEAM TRACTORS 3 Sizes IDEAL THRESHERS 5 Sizes 

CLOVER AND ALFALFA HULLERS~2 Sizes 

SPECIAL TWO CYLINDER BEAN THRESHER 28x44 

GRAND De TOUR PLOWS 

OLIVER TRACTOR TOOLS^PIows, Discs, Harrows,^Pulverizers 




ADVANCE 

Head Office: 

La Porte, Ind. 




16-30 H. P. 12-20 H. P. 



RUMELY 



Factory Branch: 

17-19 Main St. 
San Francisco 



ARCHITECTS' AND ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES 



MEASURING 
TAPES 



ETIGEN 



BLUE PBIXT AM) 
VANDYKE PAPERS 



DRAWING MATERIALS 

SURVEYING IKSTRUMENTS 



EUGENE DIETZGEN CO. 

18 FIRST STREET Telejthone KEARNY 2680 



H. S. CROCKER CO., Inc. 

jUie Loose Leaf House of San Francisco 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS and ACCOUNT BOOKS 
BANK OUTFITS and COUNTY RECORDS 
OFFICE STATIONER^' 



565-571 MARKET STREET 



ARTISTS' MATERIALS 



SCHUSSLER BROS 



SAN FRANCISCO Est.tli.h.d 



CALIFORNIA 




Manufacturers 

of 'PICTURE FRAMES. MOULDINGS. WIN'DOW DISPLA Y 
FIXTURES. THEATRICAL DIS'PLAY STANDS 

Importers 

of 9^IRRORS. 'PICTURE GLASS. ARTISTS' 9^ATERIALS 
for PASTEL. OIL and WATER COLOR and CHINA 
PAINTING. CHARCOAL and MECHANICAL DRAWING. 
SIGN WRITERS' and CARD WRITERS' SUPPLIES. 



RETAIL AND 


WHOLESALE 


Factory and Wholesale Department 


- - 326-338 GROVE STREET 

- - 285 GEARY STREET 







SCHUSSLER BROS. 



S^rtists* 9^aterials 



3an rrancisco 



ASBESTOS GOODS 



FRANK MALLOYE EDGAR C. BRODER WM. A. FINNIGAN 

President Vice-Pres. and Manager Asst. Manager 

Weslern Asbestos Magnesia Co. 

Insulating Engineers 



EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF 
AND CONTRACTORS FOR 

THE PHILIP CAREY GO'S PRODUCTS : 

CAREY'S ROOFINGS 

MAGNESIA AND ASBESTOS PIPE AND BOILER COVERINGS 

COLD STORAGE INSULATION 

ASBESTOS AND ASPHALT PRODUCTS 

"ELASTITE" EXPANSION PAVING JOINT 



25-29 South Park ( ind^ndTd^.s ) San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone Douglas 3860 




RALPH M. BUNDSCHU CHARLES K. BROWN 



Telephone Kearny 3850 

Asbestos Company 
of California 

Asbestos Pipe and Boiler Coverings 
85% MAGNESIA 

16-18 Natoma St., San Francisco, Cal. 



Citjr Directorjr 



— /s w/jere many 
people look 'when 
they ■want to find 
you. » » i0 

Index your busi- 
ness under all 
classifications 
where a customer 
migh t look for you 



You should make it easy for them to find 
you by putting in the Directory such 
information as a buyer wants to know. 

Crocker- Langlev 
SAX FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 

:50-,UO Bk\nn\x SiKKi-r Ti:l. Dcilgi.as ?S00 



ASBESTOS GOODS 



MILLBOARD 

^U^^ I ^^^r. ^OR DELIVERY FROM 

CnaL Keeps SAN FRANCISCO STOCK 

DRY 

Dominion Branded Millboard 

Guaranteed to be 92-97% pure Asbestos 
hoarded with a special waterproof binder that 
prevents softening or deterioration. Packed in 
strong cases, no breakage. From San Francisco 
stock or full carloads from New York City. 

A Few of the Other Products In the Dominion Line 

Asbestos Paper and Roll Board — Asbestos Wicking — Hose: Water, Suction, Air, 

Steam, Fire and Radiator— GRIPTITE Brake Lining— GRIPTITE 

Clutch Facings — Gaskets and all Automotive Packings. 

Dominion Asbestos & Rubber Corp. 

320 Market Street :: :: San Francisco, California 




CAUTION! 



Deal only witn well-known publisners 

-when giving orders for Directory Advertising. 

Reaa all oraers carefully Derore signing, 

and do not sign duplicate ''VOUCHERS 
as tney are invariaDly used rraudulently. 

PAY NO MONEY IN ADVANCE 

IF IN DOUBT-CALL US 

Crocker-Langley Directory 

Telei>hone DOUGLAS 5800 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 



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3,037 Miles In 50 Hours 




H. O. HARRISON CO. 

Van Ness at Post Street 
SAN FRANCISCO 




ESSEX 

MOTOR 
CARS 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 



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IT IS OUR PLEASURE 

TO OFFER FOR THE APPROVAL 

OF THE 

MOTORING PUBLIC 

A FULL LINE OF 

NASH FOURS 
NASH SIXES 

AND 

NASH TRUCKS 

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PACIFIC NASH MOTOR CO. 

1529 VAN NESS AVENUE 
Phone Prospect 611 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 




Don Lee -Cadillac 

BUILDING 

Largest Jlutomohile Service 
building In Vhe World 



Every kind of automobile service 
for every make of motor car 



Van Ness Ave. ^ OTarrell St. 

SAN FRANCISCO 

READY FOR OCCUPANCY FEBRUARY Ist. 1921 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 







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VAIN NESS AVENUE AND 
WASHINGTON STREET 




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AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 



%y^w Howe of th^ 

Cole o/lero - Eight^ 
STEVENS'DURYEA^ 
SANDOW TRUCK 




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1625 VAN NESS AVE. PROSPECT faSCX) 

SAN FRANCISCO 
SACRAMENTO - OAKIAND - FRESNO 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 



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THE Kixiel Custom-Built Six come into 
being as if made lo order for one individual 
of extremely good taste and judgment — 

An individual who typified America's autornobile 
critics — who wanted a car of marked distinction 
in appearance and positive superiority in me- 
chanical construction — a car that was a perfect 
symphony of lines — a blend of the best features, 
accessories, comforts and conveniences, which the 
"custom-trade " buyer would select. 

KISSEL o„iH 
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\Vestern Motors Co. 

2000 VAN NESS AVENUE 

SAN FRANCISCO 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 




The Best Built Car in America 





The Most Popular Truck in California 




OF SAN FRANCISCO. 

GOLDEN GATE AVENUE at HYDE 

OAKLAND BRANCH: 28th and BRO.\DWAY 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 




MAXNA/ELL 

The 100 "Per Cent Automobile 



Built of Special Steels 

Beauty of Appearance 
Economy of Operation 
Ease of Riding 



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WESTERN MOTORS CO. 

2000 VAN NESS AVENUE 

AT JACKSON STREET 

San Francisco 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 




The New Series F Mitchell 

Predicting the Future Style Trend 

A car of surpassing beauty and rare distinction mounted on a 

chassis whose sturdiness is proved fry the thousands 

in satisfactory use. 

Undoubtedly the supreme value in the popular priced field. 



FRAWLEY MOTOR COMPANY 

1417 VAN NESS AVENUE 

PROSPECT 406 SAN FRANCISCO 

DISTRIBUTORS FOR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA 

DEALERS IN ALL IMPORTANT CITIES 



Security Motor Corporation 

995 Market Street 

Skelton Motor Car 



L. R. SKELTON, Lice President 
F. C. SCHOEN, Manager 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 



The Locomobile Company 



MAKERS OF 



Fine Motor Cars 
and Trucks 

FULTON STREET 

WKST OF VAN NESS 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 




THE Willys-Overland Pacific Building in San Francisco is typical of m 

the Branch buildings of the Company located in ten coast cities. M 

These ten branches are the source of supply of nearly three hundred g 

dealers selling Willys-Knight and Overland Automobiles in California and J 

the North West. H 

Unequaled service facilities, proper tools, workshops and personnel are J 

backed by a Company policv that extends the same courtesies, the same H 

prices, and the same fair treatment to all with whom they have business H 

dealings. H 

In your selection of an automobile you will naturally turn to this perma- H 

nent business house. J 

The new models of all Overland and Willys-Knight J 

cars are on display in our retail salesroom for your J 

inspection, and comparison. J 

Willys-Overland Pacific Company | 

L. M. STEWART, Branch Manager | 

Van Ness Ave. at Bush Telephone Prospect 6000 % 

Other Coast Branches a/ Oakland, Sacramento, Fresno, Los Angeles, ^ 

HoLLvwooo, Pasadena, Spokane, Seattle and Portland. = 



AUTOMOBILE DEALERS 



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Style That Holds First Place 



You have the satisfaction that comes 
with possession of the last word in style 
when you drive a Velie. And you have the 

thrill of great power — the comfort of deep plaited 
genuine leather upholstery — plenty of room — the 
most advanced convenience. Six body styles open 
and closed. To make sure of having your Velie for 
the long motoring season your order should not be 
delayed. 



You will be especially interested 
in the smaller and lower priced 
Velie Six — a remarkable value. 



Cadwalader- Chase Co. 

Sutter and Van Ness 

Prospect 1765 




AUTOMOBILE TRUCKS 



A GOOD TRUCK 

Is a Good Investment 




ANYONE wno needs a motor truck should not 
looK upon it as an expense out as an investment 
— because a good truck ■will earn money. 

1 ou -would not Duy bonds or real estate because 
or lo^w cost regardless or future value and earnings. 
1 ne same reasoning applies to truck buying. 

The purcnaser or a AA' nite Truck backs nis in- 
vestment m it -with tbe strength or Tne Wnite 
Company; witn its years or successful experience, 
■witn its tnousands of trained employes, with its tens 
of thousands of trucks in active service, with its 
millions of capital, and a service organization, 
nation-Tvide, -which has no parallel in the industry. 

There is a size and type of White Truck 
for eOery hauling need 

WHITE TRUCKS 




The WHITEfeaCOMPANY 



G. A. URQUHART, Pacific Coast 9v[anager 

1480 Market St. at Van Ness Ave. 
SAN FRANCISCO 



Business Tools 

Should be 

The Sensible kind The Sectional kind 

The Globe- Wernicke kind 

GLOBE-WERNICKE 

Horizontal Units, Unifiles Upright Units, 

Card Index Cabinets, Solid Cabinets 

in Wood and Steel 

are 

Never Too Large Never Too Small 
Always Just Right 



H. S. CROCKER CO., Inc. 

Sole Agents 

SAN FRANCISCO 

668 -671 Market St. 

SACRAMENTO OAKL-AND 

208-210 J St. i*** Broadway 

LOS ANGELES 

723-726 Hill St. 
Write for Catalogue 



AUTOMOBILE TRUCKS 




No Other Truck Has It 

Look under the hood of any other truck on the market and you 
won't find it. Yet it is the biggest improvement wnich has been 
put on motor trucks within recent years. 

The Clydesdale Automatic Controller, commonly called "The 
Driver Under the hood." 

The finest assembly of parts ever put together can be utterly 
ruined within a few weeks' time by careless, ignorant drivers. 

The Clydesdale has, we believe, the highest grade, best made 
parts of any truck on the market. 

But the important point is that every moving part — motor, 
transmission, axle, etc., are thoroughly protected against strain- 
ing, breaking, and unnecessary wear by this remarkable little 
device. 

It automatically controls the motor at all speeds. The driver 
has nothing to do with the motor. He can't abuse it. He can't 
let it race. He can't shoot in the gas suddenly by jamming down 
the accelerator pedal, and strain and shock every moving part. 

The controller opens and closes the throttle automatically, de- 
pending upon the changing conditions of road and load — keeping 
tlie truck moving at the "bced speed determined by the position of 
tiie throttle lever, just as the mort expert driver would do it if hei 
had nothing to do but watch the mo. . You can see for yourself 
wh.t-t a big saving this means. 

Clydesdale Motor Truck Company 

FACTORY BRANCH 



Sales Rooms 
1530-1546 MARKET ST. 



Service Shops 
35-41 OAK STREET 




AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 



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The Only 'Tivo-if ay " Action Air Spring in Existence 

NO ROCK NOR SWAY ON CURVES 
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Preserve the life oj 
your car, increaseyour 
tire mileage. 




Avail yourself of all 
there is to be had by 
way of comfort. 



GOLD MEDAL 

WE DO NOT CUT YOUR STEEL SPRINGS 

GRUSS AIR SPRING CO. 

Main Office and Installation Station: 
145-155 Hayes Street, San Francisco, Calif. 

Telephones : Park 7306 - 7307 

Factory and Service Station 
179 Grove Street - - Telephone: Park 5100 

FACTORY BRANCHES 

J. S. Bushey Morgan & Burns L. A. Bobo 

717-719 W. Eleventh St. Market and Williams St. 1260 Van Ness Avenue 

LOS ANGELES, CAL. SAN JOSE, CALIF. FRESNO, CALIF. 

Proctor Tractor & Imp. Co. Senegriri Bros. Bairs Garage 

640 - 4th Street 516-518 Pacific Ave. 6th and D Streets 

SANTA ROSA, CALIF. SANTA CRUZ, CAL. EUREKA, CALIF. 

W. D. McKay Liberty Auto Co. BumessAuto&Bdy.Wks. 

12th and J Streets 1750 E. 12th St. 15th and Alder Streets 

SACRAMENTO, CALIF. OAKLAND, CAL. PORTLAND, ORE. 

Gruss Air Spring Co. Geo. W. Hoffman Co. Karl Winter 

Service Station 1496 Tenth Avenue 717-719 So. State St. 

DENVrCOLORADO SEATTLE, WASH. SALT LAKE CITY 

GUARANTEED FIVE YEARS 



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AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 



STEWART-WARNER SPEEDOMETERS 

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Stewart Products Service Station 

Successor to Saft Francisco Branch 

Stewart-Warner Speedometer Corp. 

1447 Van Ness Avenue 
PHONE FRANKLIN 6369 

STEWART-WARNER SPEEDOMETERS 



AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 



E. A. CORNEL Y, Inc 

1445 BUSH STREET 
San Francisco 




and THERMOSTATS 

in Northern California and Washington 



Service Stations 
Every^vhere 



■AGENTS for: 



Automobile Silent Chains 
Ignition Coils and Parts 



Automobile Repairing, 
Carburetor, Ignition 
and Welding Experts. 



AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 



UNITED 
AUTO SUPPLY CO 

Jobbers and Factory 
Distributers 



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Automobile Accessories 

Garage and Shop Equipment 



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711-715 MISSION ST. 

Phone Douglas 3488 San Francisco, Cal. 



AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 



Westinghouse Air Springs 

Make the Best Car Better 



They afford 
the utmost 
comfort 




They also 
reduce cost 
of up-keep 



Interesting literature will be mailed on request 



TELEPHONE PROSPECT 1850 



THE WESTINGHOUSE AIR SPRING CO. 



1644 PINE STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



"Double Seal" Piston Rings 



'PEP 
POWER 
PICKUP" 




"SPEED 
COMFORT 
ECONOMY" 



Has your motor lost its "Pep"? Do you want more "Power"? Does it 
refuse to "Pickup" like it did when new? 

WHY REBORE? 

A set of "Double Seal" Piston Rings will restore the efficiency of any 
motor that is not scored and whose cylinders are not more than .005 of an 
inch "out of round." 

We carry a stock of 45,000 Rings and can fit any Auto, Motor Truck, 
Motorcycle or Tractor and most of the Marine and Stationary Motors at a 
minutes notice. 

•IF YOUR JOBBER DOES NOT HAVE THEM HE CAN GET THEM FOR YOU' 

DOUBLE SEAL RING CO. 



1124 Polk Street 



Factor y li r a n c h 
PHONK KRANKI.IN :i_- 



San Francisco 



l/.w Branches in lite Fullowinn Cities: 
v\CHAMK\T(), FRESNO, .STOCKTON, LOS ANGELES, PORTLVND, SEATTLE 



AUTOMOBILE FENDERS AND RADIATORS 



L. BLOOM & SONS 




PROSPECT 5160 



S. F. Fender & Radiator 
Works 

RADIATORS MANUFACTURED 
General Repairing 

Lamps, Hoods, Tanks and Body Building 
Sheet Metal and Welding Specialties 

We Call and Deliver 



1528 VAN NESS AVE. 

Bet. California and Pine Stt. 



1656 PINE STREET 

Bet. Van Net* and Franklin 



AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING 



Bert F. (xibbs 
BUIGK 

Specialist 



Auto Repairing 

In 

All Its Branches 



1156-58 GEARY STREET 

Near Van Ness Avenue 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

TELEPHONE PROSPECT 1197 



AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE 



THOMAS R. LAMB, 'President 



C. E. ROGERS, Jr.. Vke-Vreside 



Thomas R. Lamb Co, 



INCORPORATED 

GENERAL AGENTS 



Offices in the following cities: 

SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES SACRAMENTO 

FRESNO SAN DIEGO 

West American AutomoDiIe 
& Fire Insurance Company 

OF CALIFORNIA 

Lion Bonaing and Surety Co. 

OMAHA, NEBRASKA 



LIABILITY 




AUTOMOBILE 


AH Lines 




Fire and Theft 


ACCIDENT AND 
HEALTH 




'PuhJic Liahihty 

Collision 

Vro^erty Damage 


PLATE GLASS 




BURGLARY 


SURETY BONDS 




ELEVATOR 


WORKMEN'S 






COMPENSATION 




FIRE 



Our Service The Best 



Losses Promptly Paid 



Suite 201-2-3-4 

341 Montgomery St. 

San Francisco, California 
Telephone Sutter 5259 Telephone Douglas i416 



BAG MANUFACTURERS 



HYLAND BAG COMPANY 



243 SACRAMENTO STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 

BAGS 

BURLAP 

TWINE 



TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 412 



W. A. PLUMMER MFG. CO. 

IMPORTERS and MANUFACTURERS 

BURLAP and COTTON 

PIECE BURLAP 
CANVAS GOODS 



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35-37 Front St.— cor. Pine San Francisco 



BAG MANUFACTURERS 



AMES HARRIS NEVILLE CO 



MANUFACTURERS, IMPORTERS 
AND DEALERS IN 



BAGS 

TWINES 

BURLAP 

TENTS 

DUCK 

AWNINGS 



CANVAS 
COTTAGES 

CAMP 
FURNITURE 

WATER BAGS 

BOX BRANDS 
TYPE 

PRESSES 
SERVICE 



OF ALL DIMENSIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS. MADE OF 
BURLAP, COTTON GOODS. DUCK OR CANVAS. PRINTED 
OR PLAIN. 

FLAX FOR THE MILL. WAREHOUSE OR HARVEST FIELD. 
COTTON. HEMP, JUTE AND PAPER FLEECE TWINE. 



BY THE CARLOAD, BALE OR BOLT, PLAITi. COLORED 
OR MANGLED. IN ALL WEIGHTS AND WIDTHS. 

OF ALL SIZES. WEIGHTS AND QUALITY. CANVAS 
COTTAGES. CONTRACTORS' CONSTRUCTION TENl S. 

NARROW — WIDE — LIGHT - HEAVY — COLORED AND 
WATERPROOF. BALE OR BOLT. 

FOR THE RESIDENCE. STORE OR FACTORY. SATISFAC- 
FACTORY INSTALLATION GUARANTEED. 

MADE TO SPECIFICATIONS FOR YOUR INSPECTION 
AND APPROVAL BEFORE LEAVING OuR FACTORY. 
THESE COTTAGES ARE DEMOUNTABLE AND FINISHED 
IN AN ARTISTIC WORKMANLIKE MANNER. 

GOLD MEDAL. MANUFACTURED FOR 'OUT OF DOOR 
LUXURY." SERVICEABLE — PRACTICAL. NO CAMP IS 
COMPLETE WITHOUT THESE CAMP COMFORTS. OUR 
SiOCK IS VERY COMPLETE. 

PALM BRAND. THE BAG THAT IS A BARGAIN. 



FOR WOOD OR FIBRE PRINTING. A MANUFACTURING 
EXPERIENCE OF MORE THAN 2E YEARS ENABLES US 
TO OFFER A SUPERIOR PLATE OR FACE OF TYPE IN 
BRASS OR WHITE METAL. 



FOR WOOD OR FIBRE PRINTING MEET THE FULL 
REQUIREMENTS OF BOX FACTORIES, CANNERIES OR 
PACKING HOUSES. WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. 

THE FOLLOWING FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES ARE 
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE. CALL, WRITE OR PHONE. 



FACTORIES AND 
OFFICES 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 

100 POTRERO AVE. 

Phone Market 6100 



PORTLAND, OREGON 

15TH and HOYT STS. 

Phone Broadway 1246 




SALES OFFICES 



SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH LOS ANGELES, CAL. 



925 KEARNS BLDG. 

Phone Wasatch 2121 



923 MARSH STRONG BLDG. 
Phone Broadway 5189 




BAG MANUFACTURERS 



BURLAP AND COTTON BAGS 
COTTON AND FLAX TWINES 

Burlap Piece Goods and Cotton Sheetings 



''bag 







Phone Kearny 3570 

OFFICE AND FAtnORY: 

Corner of Sansome and Vallejo Streets, San Francisco 



BURLAP BAOS 

WESTERN BAG Co., Inc. 

Importers and Manufacturers 
Selected Used Grain Bags 

124-130 MAIN Telephone DOUGLAS S310 



BAKE OVENS 



Ideal-Electric Traveling Oven Co., Inc. 

SUITE 312-14 MECHANICS BUILDING, 948 MARKET STREET 



Tel. .SUTTER 6370 

Licensfd .to Manufacture 
and Sell the Schallel 
Patented Ideal-Electric 
Travelins Oven for the 
U.S.A. 




Write for Catalogue 



Wanted Representatives in 
all patts United States 



SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA (U.S.A.) 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 




ITALIAN AMERICAN BANK 

(BANCA ITALO-AMERICANA) 

CORNER MONTGOMERY AND SACRAMENTO STREETS 

Member 0/ Federal Reserve Bank 
and Associated Savings Banks 



A. SBARBORO. President 
A. E. SBARBORO, Cashier 
G. J. PANARIO. Asst. Cashier 



OFFICERS 



C. H. CROCKER, Vice-President 
R, A. SBARBORO, Asst. Cashier 
V. L. PUCCINELLI. Asst. Cashier 



C. C. PEINI, Mgr. Eichanee Oept. 

DIRECTOPS 
A. SBARBORO L. BOITANO A. J. MERLE H. L. E. MEYER Jr. 

C. H. CROCKER G. GARIBALDI C. A. MALM STANLEY J. FAY 

M. J. FONTANA L. DEMARTINI D. GHIRARDELLI ISADORE ZELLERBACH 

A. RUDGEAR AMBROSE GHERINI M. L. PERASSO 



NORTH Beach Branch 

COLUMBUS Ave. and broadway 

M. L. PERASSO, Manager 

A. BERONIA, Asst. Cashier 

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED 

BUY AND SELL EXCHANGE 

SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR ITALIAN EXCHANGE 



PAID-UP CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 

SURPLUS and UNDIVIDED PROFITS - - - - 248,652.45 
ASSETS (over) 12,000,000.00 



CORRESPONDENTS THROl'GHOUT THE WORLD 
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 




STABILITY 
STRENGTH 
SERVICE 



,lV5ifif'*» 



WELLS TARGO NEVADA 
NATIONAL BANK 

OF SAN FRANCISCO 
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS OVER 

$1 1,500,000.00 



OFFICERS : 

F. L. LIPMAN President 

H. B. AINSWORTH - - - - Viee-President 
FRANK B. KING - Vice-Presidenl and Cashier 
WALTER McGAVIN - - - Viee-Presidenl 
L. B. COFER - Vice-Pres. ff Mtir. For'n Depl. 



DIRECTORS: 



ARTHIIR D. OLIVER - - 
JLLIAN EISENBACH - - 

CLARE \valki;b BANTA 

F. L RAYMOND . . - . 
I'ARKER L. JACKSON - - 
BOY E. WARNER - - - 

W. F. OABRIEI 

W. J. BEVAN 

E. IL SHINE 

A li. SIL\KI1^A[L - - - 



'ice-President 
'ice-President 
Vice-President 
istant Cashier 
istant Cashier 
istant Cashier 
istant Cashier 
istant Cashier 
istant Cashier 
isliml Cashier 



JAMES L. FLOOD 

WM.F. HEREIN 

A. H. PAYSON 

H. B. AINSWORTH 

A. HAAS 

HENRY ROSENFELD 



F. W. VAN SICKLEN 

J. HENRY MEYER 

A. CHRISTESON 

W. E. CREED 

HARTLAND LAW 

1. N. WALTER 



CHAS. J. DEERING SIDNEY M. EHRMAN 

JAMES. K. WILSON F. L. LIPMAN 

FREDERICK J. KOSTER 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



Today's Trend 

Is To'ward Tlie 

Corporate Trustee 



AS men and women 
become more tnor- 
ougnly mrormea on 
matters pertaining to 
property, tne more 
strongly Jo tney realize 
tne need or an impartial, 
Jismterestea executor 
or trustee, experienced 
in tinancial matters. 

THIS tank lias for 
some time realized 
tkis growing demand or 
its customers, new and 
old, for trust advice and 
service. Consequently 
we nave establisned a 
completely equipped 
TRUST DEPARTMENT. 



Tkrougk the Trust Department this Bank is 

able to serve as executor, trustee, administrator, 
guardian, and in all otner trust capacities. 




Our officers cordially welcome calls 
and correspondence on this subject. 



A booklet you should have — "The 
First Step in Making Your WiU" 



BANK OF CALIFORNIA. N. A 

A NATIONAL BANK 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



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We want you to know us 
We would like to know you 

COURTESY and SERVICE 
IS OUR CORNERSTONE 

DepartiiKuits loinpletc in their service 
SAVINGS, 

COMMERCE I AL. 

FORKKiN EXCHANGE, 

SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS 



"}(nir AmbHion — .1 Bank Acconnl 
Ou r A mbilion — ) on r A <• c n u n I " 

HUMBOLDT SAVINGS BANK 

Founded Over Fifty Years Ai/o 
783 MARKET STREET :: :: Near Fourth 



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BANKING DEPARTMENT 



Capital - - - $ 2,000,000.00 
Surplus and Undivided Profits 5, 1 05,932.78 
Deposits - - - 40,325,060.81 



Crocker National Bank 

OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Invites the Accounts of Individuals, Mer- 
chants, BanJ^s, BanJ^ers and Corporations 



ISSUES CIRCULAR AND COMMERCIAL LETTERS OF 
CREDIT AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 



OUR FOREIGN DEPARTMENT 

Is Well Equipped for the Collection of Commercial Bills, Purchase and Sale 

of Foreign Exchange, Drafts and Cable Transfers and for 

Financing Imports and Exports of Merchandise 



OFFICERS 

WM. H. CROCKER President 

JAS. J. FAGAN Vice President 

W. GREGG Vice President and Cashier 

J. B. McCARGAR Vice President 

WILLIAM W. CROCKER Vice President 

G. W. EBNER Assistant Cashier 

B. D. DEAN Assistant Cashier 

J. M. MASTEN Assistant Cashier 

D. J. MURPHY Assistant Cashier 

F. G. WILLIS Assistant Cashier 

A. C. READ Assistant Cashier 

W. D. LUX Assistant Cashier 

H. C SIMPSON Manager Foreign Department 

S. N. SMILEY . . Assistant Manager Foreign Department 

G. FERIS BALDWIN Auditor 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



Winion tKrusit Company 

of ^an Jf rancisto 

Junction of Market & O'Farrell Sts. & Grant Ave. 



Capital .... $1,200,000.00 
Surplus and Profits $2,148,000.00 
Total Assets over $39,000,000.00 



Commercial, Trust and Savings 
Departments 



Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent 



THE oldest and LARGEST TRUST COMPANY IN CALIFORNIA 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 

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MARKET AT POST AND MONTGOMKRY STREETS 



The Oldest National Bank in California 



OFFICERS 

Rudolph Spreckels, President 

J. K. MoFFiTT, Vice-President and Cashier 

C. H. McCoRMiCK, Vice-President Geo. A. Kennedy, Vice-President 

RoBT. R. Yates, Vice-President E. Avenali, Vice-President 

L. F. Cadogan, Assistant Cashier R. A. Newell, Assistant Cashier 

Frank Seed, Assistant Costlier 



ACCOUNTS INVITED 



A general banking business transacted, 
Exchange for sale and collections made 
on all the principal cities of the world. 



Travelers' credits i.ssued, providing a 
safe and sure means of drawing money 
wherever needed. 



SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT 

Our Armor Plate Safe Deposit Vaults afford absolute security for valuables 
of all kinds at very moderate cost. 

FIRST FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY 

(Owned by the shareholders of the First National Bank and governed by the 
same Board of Directors.) 

4% PAID ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS 

Authorized to act as executor, administrator, 
assignee, receiver or in any trust capacity. 



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BANKING DEPARTMENT 



MERCHANTS 
NATIONAL BANK 

sf SAN FRANCISCO 



Corner of Market and New Montgomery Streets 



Capital and Surplus, $1,775,000 



CHECKING 
ACCOUNTS 

INVITED 

INTEREST PAID 
ON 

TERM 
DEPOSITS 



FOREIGN 

DEPARTMENT 

Chas. Glu.i.i 
Manager 

BOND 

DEPARTMENT 

Hai.dimand p. "^'oung 

Manager 




SAFE 
DEPOSIT 
VAULTS 

OPEN 

FROM 7 A. M. 

TILL 

MIDNIGHT 

SUNDAYS AND 

HOLIDAYS 

INCLUDED 

& & 

BOXES $4 

PER ANNUM 
AND UP 



OFFICERS 

William 1. Summers - - President 
William E. Johnson - I'ice-President 

William W. Jones 

- - - Vice-President and Cashier 
T. Wilson Dibblee - Vice-President 
George Long - - - .-Issl. Cashier 
Frederick W. Judson AssI. Cashier 
William Jenkins - .- .Issl. Cashier 
Redmond P. A. Everard - .ludilor 



DIRECTORS 



Robert Oxvard 
William T. Si:mmkrs 
B. C. Browm 
Louis S. Haas 
W. J. HorcHKiss 
William K. Johnson 
William W. Jones 



Frederick F. Sayre 
Geo. C. Boardman 
Harry N. Stetson 
T. Wilson Dibblee 
G. H. Umbsen 
W. F. Wn.LiAMsox 
Geo Long 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 




JVhat to do— 



When you sit with your lawyer 
and draw up your will 

"Lastly: / hereby nominate and appoint ]ohn. Doe 
the executor of this my last will and testament." 

More than sentimental consideration must be 
given to the person whose name you insert in this 
last clause of your will. Test your selection with 
these questions: Is he competent, does he possess 
the necessary professional and technical training? 
Is he subject to family jealousies? Is he partial? 
Might he become sick or die or move away before 
settlement is complete? 

These questions will be answered to your satis- 
faction and security if you write in the name of the 
Anglo-California Trust Company. It has the 
complex knowledge, experience, equipment for pro- 
bating wills, ferretting out assets, examining claims, 
auditing, invoicing and rendering accounts to the 
Court. It is impartial, not subject to family 
jealousies. It is never sick. It never dies. It never 
moves away. In short, the Anglo-California 
Trust Company is the ideal executor whether 
the estate be large or small. It will be well worth 
your while to consult our officers about your will. 



ANGLO-C\LIFORNIAroMMNY BANK 

COMMERCIAl.- SAVINCS-TRBST 

"^/(e Personal Service BanlC 

MARKETfi, SANSOME SISIEIS 
San Francuoo 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



Mercantile Trust Company 

SAN FRANCISCO 

<^ember Federal T^eserce System 



CONSOLIDATION OF 

SAVINGS UNION BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 

(INCORPORATED 1862) 

MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF SAN FRANCISCO 

(INCORPORATED 1899) 

MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO 

(INCORPORATED 1910) 



Resources More Than Seventy-four Million Dollars 

The Mercantile Trust Company is equipped to provide 
complete banking service in the following departments: 

COMMERCIAL SAVINGS TRUST 

BONDS AND INVESTMENTS 
FOREIGN SAFE DEPOSIT 

International Banking Service: Mercantile Trust 
Company has affiliations throughout the world and offers 
complete banking facilities for trade with all countries. 



JOHN D. McKEE 
of Iht Board 



OFFICERS 



HENR-i- T. SCOTT Ficc-Prtsidtnl 

C. O. G. MILLER Vice-Pmidcnt 

PARKER S. MADDUX Ficr-Pmidcnt 

W B. BAKEWELL Vicr-PrtsidtM 

R. M, SIMS rice-Prcsidcni and Trust Officer 

\V. A. MARCUS Assl. Fuc-Prn. and Aisi. Cashirr 

J. C. BOVEY Assl. Vicr-Prtsidrnl 

R. F. PARSONS 4ssi. Cashier and Assl. Srmlary 

F. D. ARNOLD Asst. Cashur and Assl. Snrtlary 

R. C. GINGG Assl. Cashier and Asst. Secretary 

JOHN H. WlLSON.Asst. Cashier and Asst. Secretary 

A. C. McINTYRE Assl. Secreta'y 

J. C. HUGHES Trust 0,'licer 

H. C. GINGG Real Estate Ojiicer 

J. R. BEARWALD Auditor 

JESSE B. COOK Superintendent of Faults 



JOSEPH HVMAN Vice-President 

F. G. DRUM Vice-President 

THOMAS M. PATERSON Vice-President 

O. ELLINGHOUSE Vice-President 

R. M. WELCH Secretary 

W. F. BERRY Asst. Vice-President 

A. M. WHITTLE Assl. Cashier and Jssl. Secretary 

r. V. KRICK Asst. Cashier and Assl. Secretary 

A. M. YOVKt^l^R. Asst. Cashier and Asst. Secretary 
A. THEODORE WOLFE, Asst. Cashier and Assl. Sec. 
W. R. CARSWELL.. Assl. Cashier and Asst. Secretary 

H. D. FRIMAN Asst. Secretary 

PAUL McDonald Asn. Trust Ojjicer 

C. C. VARGAS Auditor 

J. H. CLENDENNING 



Main Office: 464 California Street 
Savings Union Branch: Market and OTarrell Streets 



(AT GRANT AVENUE) 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



The Anglo & London Paris National Bank 



OF SAN FRANCISCO 



A forward looking institution. Its energies 
and resources have ever been enlisted in the 
development and conservation of the best 
interests of San Francisco and the Pacific 
Coast. 

Its service reaches directly every trade capital 
of the world — comprehends every phase of 
commercial and investment banking. 



RESOURCES OVER ONE HUNDRED TWENTY MILLION DOLLARS 



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Mortimer Fleishhacker, 
Vicc-PTesident 

J. Friedlander, 

Vice-President 

C. F. Hunt, 

Vice-President 

E. W. Wilson, 

Vice-President 

Harry Coe, 

Vice-President 



Raphael Weill 
M. Meyerfeld, Jr. 
Chas. C. Moore 
M. Fleishhacker 
H. D. Robbins, Jr. 
A. W. Foster 



Herbert Fleishhacker, President 

W. E. Wilcox, 
V.P. and Cashier 

J. W. Lilienthal, Jr., 

Vice-President 

Fred F. Ouer, 
Assl. Vice-President 

V. Kl inker, 

Asst. Vice-President 

J. S. Curran, 

Asst. Vice-President 

John Gayle Anderton, Assistant Cashier and 



Herbert Fleishhacker 
Adolph Stahl 
Edwin A. Christenson 
J. C. McKinstry 
Sig. Stern 
J R. Hanifv 



J. W. Harrison 

.■isst. Vice-President 
Geo. A. Van Smith. 

Assistant Cashier 
Eugene Plunkett. 

.i-ssistant Cashier 
E. R. Alexander, 

.Assistant Cashier 
L. J. Aubert, 

Assista/it Cashier 
George Stimmel, 

Assistant Cashier 

Secretary 



J. J. Mack 
C. F. Hunt 
Robert Dollar 
Wni. F.Humphrey 
Walter E. Buck 
K. R. Kingsbury 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



The San Francisco Savings 

^"^"^'^^ and Loan Society ^°'"'"^'^"*'- 

(THE SAN FRANCISCO BANK) 

526 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

^TiCember of the Federal Reserve Bank 
^KCerr}ber of the Associated Savings Banks of San Francisco 

MISSION BRANCH - - - Mission and 2 1 st Sheets. 
PARK-PRESIDIO DISTRICT BRANCH, Clement and 7th Ave. 
HAIGHT STREEET BRANCH, Haight and Belvedere Streets. 

DECEMBER 31st, 1919 

Assets $64,107,311.15 

Deposits 60,669,724.15 

Capital Actually Paid Up 1,000,000.00 

Reserve and Contingent Funds ----- 2,437,587.00 

Employees' Pension Fund ------ 318,780.48 



OFFICERS 



JOHN A. BUCK, President 

GEO. TOURNY, Vice-Pres. and Manager A. H. R. SCHMIDT, Vice-Pres. and Cashit 

E. T. KRUSE, Vice-President 

A. H. MULLER, Secretary 

WM. D. NEWHOUSE, Assistant Secretary 

WILLIAM HERRMANN, GEO. SCHAMMEL, 

G. A. BELCHER, R. A. LAUENSTEIN, 

Assistant Cashiers 

C. W. HEYER, Manager Mission Branch 
W. C. HEYER, Manager Park-Presidio District Branch 
O. F. PAULSEN, Manager Haight Street Branch 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

JOHN A. BUCK A. H. R. SCHMIDT A. HAAS 

GEO. TOURNY 1. N. WALTER E. N. VAN BERGEN 

E, T. KRUSE HUGH GOODFELLOW ROBERT DOLLAR 

E. A. CHRISTENSON L. S, SHERMAN 

GOODFELLOW, EELLS, MOORE St ORRICK, general Attorneys 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



A STATEWIDE ORGANIZATION 



BANK OF ITALY 



Savings - Commercial - Trust 



CAPITAL PAID IN 

$9,000,000.00 

RESOURCES OVER 

$135,000,000.00 



Head Office - San Francisco 



BRANCHES: 

FRESNO MERCED SAN MATEO 

GILROY MODESTO SANTA CLARA 

HOLLISTER NAPA SANTA ROSA 

LIVERMORE OAKLAND STOCKTON 

LOS ANGELES REDWOOD CITY VENTURA 
MADERA SAN JOSE 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 




X ills JJ3.1lk. lias one of the handsomest buildings 
and most commodious banking rooms in the City. 

Is fully equipped with up-to-date facilities in its 
Commercial, Savings and Safe Deposit Departments. 

Makes a successful specialty of foreign exchange through 
a large number of correspondents all over the world. 

It IS an All-day Bank, open from 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 



Off, 



icers 

F. N. BELr.RANO President 

GEO. M. I'ERINK - - - - Vice- President 

ANT. LAIOLO Vice-President 

J. H. BARTER Cashier 

K. T. SORACno ----- Seeretarv 

G. BATTAGLIA - - - Assistant Cashier 
F. N. BELGRANO. Jr. - - Assistant Cashier 
C. F. FURY - - - Assistant Cashier 

Oakland Branch 

GEO. W. BRUNO - - - Loral Manager 
W.H. THOMAS - - - . Assistant Cashier 
BOSGOE D. JONES Attorney 



Directors 

V. N. BELGBANO GEO. M. PERINE 

Db. C. BARSGTTl 
ANT. LAIOLO T. MORRIN G. PIU^^\ 

J L. OLIVA 
P. IVIONTEVERDE F. N. SOBAC.GO 

Santa Barbara Branch 



II. DABni 

E. M. ^o^^,ANI^T 

F. MIRATTI - - 
E. W. SQUIER - 



Loral Manager 
Assistant Cashier 
Assistant Cashier 



J. L. OLIVA, Manager Popular Iiivcslment Company 
Auxiliary Corporation to tiio Runca Popolare Fujrazi 



nl Counselors— HARDING & MONBOE, San Fn 



Assets Over $14,000,000.00 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



FRENCH AMERICAN BANK 
Of SAVINGS 

SAVINGS - COMMERCIAL 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



Total Resources Over $15,500,000 




OFFICERS: 

LEON BOCQUERAZ, President 

J. M. DUPAS, Vice-President 

A. BOUSQUET, Secretary 

W. F. DUFFY, Cashier 

J. IRILARRY, Assistant Cashier 

CHAS. L. EBNER, Jr., Assistant Cashier 

P. A. Bergerot & A. P. Dessouslavy 
Attorneys 



DIRECTORS: 

C. BELENEY J. M. DUPAS 

J. A. BERGEROT JOHN GINTY 

S. BISSINGER J. S. CODEAU 

LEON BOCQUERAZ 

GEO. W. McNEAR 

O. BOZIO X. De PICHON 

CHARLES CARPY 



SAVINGS DEPARTMENT 

Intere.st at the rate of 4% per aniiuin has been paitl on savings deposits 
Interest compounded semi-annually. 



CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS 

Interest at the rate of 3% pei" annum allowed on certificates of deposit if 
left four months. Interest begins on day of deposit. 



COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 

We are well equippetl to handle commercial accounts 

Letters of Credit issued on which money can be drawn in any part 

of the world. 



SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS 

Rate: $.3 00 per year and ujiward. 



BANKING DEPARTMENTY 



'A Complete Banking Service In The 
Water Front District" 



You will find a complete and efficient banking service 
at this bank. All of the advantages and facilities of our 
Savings, Commercial, Trust and Safe Deposit Depart- 
ments are at your service every business hour of the day. 

This bank is located two short blocks up Market Street 
from the ferry and the banking business of individuals, 
firms and corporations of the waterfront district is 
solicited. People who live in the East Bay district will 
find the Seaboard Branch a convenient and friendly 
bank to do business with. 

TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $32,000,000 
SEABOARD BRANCH 

Anglo-California Trust Company 

SAVINGS --COMMERCIAL- TRUST 

"The City-vvide Bank" 
101 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 

market and SANSOME STS. FILLMORE AND GEARY STS. 

SIXTEENTH AND MISSION STS. THIRD AND TWENTIETH STS. 



Oldest Commercial Bank in the Mission District 



The Mission Bank 

SIXTEENTH ST. and JULIAN AVENUE 
SAN FRANCISCO 



Capital, Surplus, and 

Undivided Profits $ 323,000 

Deposits - - - 2,631,000 



OFFICERS 

JAMES ROLPH, .Ir. - - - - - President 

FRANK R. ANDERSON . . - . Vice-President 

STUART F. SMITH . . . - . Vice-President 

HERHERT A. THAYER . - - - Casttier 

RYRUN (,;. MORRS ----- Assistant Casliier 



BANKING DEPARTMENT 



'^The Hibernia Savings and Loan Society) 

HIBERNIA BANK 

Incorporated 1864 

COR. MARKET, McALLISTER AND JONES STS. 

ASSETS $71,157,622.91 

RESERVE FUND 2.835.448.78 

NUMBER OF DEPOSITORS 82.332 



OPEN DAILY FROM 10 A, M. TO 3 P. M. 
SATURDAYS FROM 10 A. M. TO 12 M. 



OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS FROM 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK 
FOR DEPOSITS ONLY 



HS- CROCKER Co- Inc 

une Loose Leaf House of San Francisco 
Manufacturers or 

Loose Leaf Ledgers 

and Account Books - Bank Outfits and 

County Records ■ Omce 

Stationery 



565-571 MARKET STREET 

LOS ANGELES OAKLAND SACRAMENTO 

723-725 Hill St. 1444 Broadway 208-210 J Street 



BANKING DEPARTMENT INVESTMENTS 



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F. M. BROWN 
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GOVERNMENT 
MUNICIPAL 

AND 

CORPORATION 

BONDS 



313-315 First National Bank Building 

Telephone Sutter 2042 



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BANKS, STORES AND OFFICE FIXTURES 




Oscar H Ostlund J. L. Johnson 

Ostlund CS, 

Johnson 



tJManufacturers and Contractors 

Bank, Store and Office Fixtures 

Estimates and Designs Submitted 

Office and Factory 

1901-1905 BRYANT ST. Phone c^TWarket 2177 



BATTERIES 



National Carbon Go. Inc. 



AIVD 



EYEREADY 

PRODUCTS 

599 EIGHTH STREET PHONE PARK 8800 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



BED MANUFACTURERS 




Tkc World'i Urteil M>kcr> o( 

METAL 
BEDS AND SPRINGS 

IVarthouiCi in all Principal Cilit, 



Simmons Company 

Western (Pacific Coast) Factory, 

198 BAY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 

"BUILT FOR SLEEP" 

Brass and StopI Beds : also Spiral Coil SpriiiKS. Link 
Fabrif Springs. Couches, Cots, Maple Folding Chairs, 
Ship Berths and Bunks. 



CONCRETE REINFORCING STEEL BARS 



BELTING 







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Manufacl-virers 

LEATHER BELTING 

MILL SUPPLIES 



401-433 
HOWARD STREET 





BELTING 



"Star Brand" Leather Belting 




Manufactured by 

L. P. DEGEN BELTING CO. 

260 Mission St. San Francisco 

Douglas 3883 phones Douglas 3884 





1 KELLY-LINEHAN BELTING CO. 


TANNERS AND MANUFACTURERS 

OF 

LEATHER BELTING 

LACING-SUPPLIES 

RICE POLISHING LEATHER 

CLUTCH-LEATHERS-FAN BELTS 


( 33 MINNA ST. (telephone 

1 San Francisco, CaliL 1 SUTTER 2070 





BELTING 



Cut Your Operating Expenses by 

USING 






BELTING — Transmission and Conveyors — BELT 

DRESSINGS AND CEMENTS — BELT LACING 

PULLEYS — HANGERS — BEARINGS 

PACKINGS— A Kind to Suit Every 

Condition 

HOSE AND FIRE EQUIPMENT 
PAINTS— GRAPHITE— FILES— HACK SAWS, Etc. 

Catalogue sent upon request 

PACIFIC MILL & MINE SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

616 Mission Street 310 East Third Street 

SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES 



BILLIARD TABLE MFRS. 



THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLENDER CO. 

Manufacturers of 

BRUNSWICK BILLIARD TABLES 

BRUNSWICK BOWLING ALLEYS 

BRUNSWICK TIRES 

BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS 



PHONE SUTTER 333 



767 & 769 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 



THE BUYER'S GUIDE 

contains tne aavertisements ana busi- 
ness cards oi tne most progressive 
business men ana firms in our city, 
classified according to lines of business. 



BLOW PIPE 



dIow Rpii^ a Sjwialty 

REGS BLOW PIPE 

X MFC . CO . • 

STdaimfacturors all kinds or 

o^^-"^^^ SHEET METAL WORK 



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BOAT BUILDERS 







Phone MARKET 8252 

GEO. W. KNEASS 




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Boat Builder 




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METALLIC and WOODEN LIFE BOATS 

All Sizes Carried ir, Slock 




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FLAG POLES, BALLS AND TRUCKS 




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Boal malerial and Knws. Wood Turains. Housctiovctj 
and Boi Rollers Constantly on Hand. Racing Spoon Oais 

Office and IVorh 

18th and ILLINOIS STS. :: POTRERO 







ESTABIiISHED 1876 



TELEPHONE M.A.RKET 5703 

JOHNTWIGG 
&SONS 

DESIGNERS AND 
BUILDERS OF 

HIGH-CLASS POWER and SAILING YACHTS 

SPEED LAUNCHES AND BOATS OF ALL KINDS 
To Order and On Hand 

ILLINOIS STREET, NEAR EIGHTEENTH 




BOILER COMPOUNDS 



GARRATT-CALLAHAN CO. 

Manufacturers 




Boiler Preservative 

The Original 
S^etal Treatment 




Steam and Water 



30-32 FREMONT STREET - - - SAN FRANCISCO 
27 SOUTH CLINTON STREET - - - - CHICAGO 



BOILER MAKERS 



JOHN TRAYNOR 



CHARLES HARCOURT 



Ocean Shore Iron Works 

550-558 Eighth Street, San Francisco, Calif. 





Manufacturers of 




OIL TANKS 


BREECHINGS 


PNEUMATIC 


WATER TANKS 


SMOKE STACKS 


PRESSURE TANKS 


PRESSURE TANKS 


WATER PIPE 


SHIP TANKS 


AIR RECEIVERS 


BOILERS 


RIVETED OR 


FEED WATER 


RETORTS 


OXY-ACETYLENE 


HEATERS 


DIGESTORS 

and Dealers in 


WELDED TANKS 


BOILERS, PUMPS 


TANKS 


STEEL PLATES 


MACHINERY 


ENGINES 


SHAPES 



OCEAN SHORE IRON WORKS 

Office and Works 

550-558 Eighth Street, San Francisco 



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BOILERS 



TELEPHONE KEARNV 1843 



Pacific Coast Boiler fforks 

ROBT. HENRY DANIEL A. McDONALD ROBT. A. HENRY 

235-237 MAIN STREET 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Marine and Stationary Boilers 

STEEL TANKS and SHEET IRON WORK 
of Every Description 



Marine and Stationary Repairs Promptly Attended to 



Mr. Business Man! 

DON'T USE AN OLD DIRECTORY 
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No other medium m the world gives the information 
contained herein, therefore it is CONSULTED DAILY 
FOR TWELVE MONTHS until a new edition is issued. 

Wh at better tned i a m t o </ a i n 
juiblieit)/ for your af/rertisetiient'/ 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 



Coast Rock and Gravel Company 

operating the Plants of 

Natomas Co. of Calif, at Oroville and Fair Oaks 
California Building Material Co. at Niles and Eliot 
Granite Rock Company at Logan 



TELEPHONE SUTTER 3990 



General Office: 500 Call Building, San Francisco, Calif. 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 



Gladding McBean ^ Co. 

Manufacturers 

Architectural Terra Cotta 

Rooting Xile 
V itriried Salt Glazed Pipe 

for Se^'age and AVater 

Face Brick — Fire Brick — Fire Xile — Fire Clay 

riollo'w Building Xile 

Drain Xile 

and 

Otner Clay Products 



Office 
CROCKER BUILDING. SAN FRANCISCO 

vi' arenouses 
147-151 MINNA STREET GROVE & JONES STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND 

Branch Office 
TRUST df SAVINGS BUILDING. LOS ANGELES 

Works 

LINCOLN (Placer County) CALIFORNIA 



SAN FRANCISCO TELEPHONE (Private Exehanje) DOUGLAS 540 



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BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 




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BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 



N. CLARK CS, SONS 



Incorporated January 11, 1889 



-^yVIanufacturers of= 



ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA. 
PRESSED BRICK. VITRIFIED AND 
TERRA COTTA PIPE, HOLLOW TILE 
FIRE PROOFING. FIRE BRICK TILE 
AND KINDRED CLAY PRODUCTS. 



Office: 112-116 Natoma St. 

SAN FRANCISCO 
LICENSEE FOR 

HEATH UNIT BUILDING TILE 



Building Materials 



We handle the following Building Specialties: 



Rolling Steel Shutters 

Warehouse Doors of all kinds 

Hand Power Elevators 

Dumbwaiters 

Mason Safety Tread 

Hollow Metal Doors and Trim 

Venetian Blinds 

Metal Window Screens 

Metal Weatherstrip 



Underground Garbage Receivers 

Coal Chutes 

Steel Toilet Partitions and Doors 

Revolving Doors 

Henry Hope & Sons Metal 

Windows 
Universal Automobile Turntables 
Reversible Windows 
And other Building Specialties 



Write for Catalogue and Information. 



C. JORGENSEN & CO. 



618 Mission St. 



Telephone Kearny 2386 



San Francisco 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 



WHAT WE SELL 



"Vitrifyx" Concrete Hardener "National" Road Mesh 

"Bayley-Springfield" Steel Sash "Beaver Board" 

"Cabot's" Shingle Stains "Self-Sentering" 

"Kinnear" Steel RolUng Doors Post Caps and Joist Hangers 

"Herrmgbone" Metal Lath "Cabot's" Stucco Stains 

"Old Virginia White" and Tints "G. F." Concrete Waterproofings 

"Medusa White" Cement "Peds" (Spot Grounds) 

Corner Beads "Feralun" Safety Treads 

"Cabot's" Quilt "Dayton" Concrete Inserts 



PACIFIC MATERIALS CO. 

t^t Market Street Telephone 'JOOO 

DL/D SAN FRANCISCO KEARNY OOCtO 



ROBERTSON PRODUCTS 

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ROBERTSON PROCESS METAL 

Flat, Corrugated and Beaded Sheets for Roofing and Siding 
Flashings, Ridge Caps and Louvres Gutters and Downspouts 
Skylights Ventilators Lath 

ROBERTSON PROCESS GYPSUM 

Poured-in-Place Roofs and Floors Pre-Cast Roof Slabs 

ROBERTSON PROCESS ASPHALT 

Built-up Roofing Roll Roofing 

Slate Surfaced Roll Roofing Slate Surfaced Shingles 

Protective Coatings Paving Expansion Joint 

Plastic Cements Saturation Compounds 

Insulation Compounds Mineral Rubber 

Battery Sealing Compounds 

ROBERTSON PROCESS SPECIALTIES 

Road Fabric (welded) Wallbrite 

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H. H. ROBERTSON COMPANY 

Hobarf Building Garfield 522 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 



Richmond Face Brick Atlas White Cement 

Port Costa Common Brick Lapidolith Floor Hardener 

Terra Cotta Roof Tile 



United Materials Co. 



Besf in 
QUALITY 



Besf in 
SERVICE 



5 CROSSLEY BUILDING 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Since 1902° 135 SECOND STREET Tel. KEARNY 1991 "QuaUty Counts" 

Western Builders' Supply Co. 

— AGENTS and JOBBERS in — 

Builders' Specials ^ 

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STEEL PoeT 



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PARTIAL 


LIST 


"SPECIALS" 


"SPECIALS" 


"SPECIALS" 


—for Walls 


— for Floors 


— Ornamental 


Wall Boards 
Plaster Boards 
Black Rock Board 


Steel Post Caps 
Steel Joist Hangers 
Steel Post Bases 


"Compo" Carving 
Duplicate Carvings 
Agents Decorator's 
Supply Co. 


Beaver Board Deadening Felts 
Acme Metal Store Fronts Keystone Insulators 


Capitals and Brackets 
for wood finish 


Braun Mouldings 
Steel Mouldings 
Metal Wall Ties 
Metal Wall Plugs 
Clinton Mortar Colors 
Clinton Cement Stains 
Sheathing Papers 
Insulating Papers 


Cork Tile Floors 

"SPECIALS" 

—for Roofs 
Ready Roofings 
Golden West Roofing 
Clinton Slater's Cement 
Roofing Paints 


Art Wood Mouldings 
Special Wood Turnings 
Carved Wood Mouldings 
Period Ornaments 
Show Window Ornaments 
Architectural Ornaments 
Fine Plaster Ornaments 
Exterior Composition 
Ornaments 



BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND BUILDING MATERIALS 



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ROOFING 




BEAVEIV QUALITY FOTK. BETTER. ROOFS 

ROOFING DIVISION 

The BEAVER BOARD COMPANIES 

DISTRICT SALRS OFFICE PLANT 

234 RIALTO BUILDING SIXTEENTH &. TEXAS STS. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



ABOUT DECEMBER 1st, 1920, WE WILL BE IN OUR NEW OFFICES IN 

THE BALFOUR BUILDING 

CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STREETS 



DAILY PACIFIC BUILDER 

gives daily advance information as to contemplated building 
and construction projects, also when contracts are awarded, 
covering the entire Pacific Coast for special benefit of 
Architects, Contractors, Material Dealers and Municipal 
Authorities. 



JOB PRINTING 

Our Commercial Printing Department is equipped with latest 
type and fast machinery — satisfaction guaranteed. 



TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 2372 



560 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



CALCULATING RECORDERS 




BULLEN & COMPANY 

Industrial Engineers 



OFFICES: SAN FRANCISCO - LOS ANGELES 



BtsHOP Calculating Recorders 

MACHINES FOR COMPUTING AND 
RECORDING ELAPSED TIME 




THE ONLY COST KEEPING MACHINE 
THAT RECORDS THE ELAPSED TIME 
AND GIVES A DIRECT READING I N — 

DOLLARS AND CENTS 



AUTOMATIC. MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL 
INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 

BISHOP CALCULATING RECORDERS 
MASTER CLOCKS. SECONDARY CLOCKS 
PROGRAM CLOCKS 

FACTORY TIME SYSTEMS AND DEVICES 
KLAXONS. WHISTLES. GONGS. HORNS 
FACTORY BELLS. BUZZERS 
FIRE ALARM SIGNALS 
AUTOMATIC CALLING SYSTEMS 

1508 Claus Spreckels BIdg. 

TELEPHONE SUTTER 3987 



San Francisco 
Cal i f orn ia 




CANNED GOODS 



GRIFFITH -DURNEY CO. 



Canned Foods 



1 Drumm Street 
Tel. Kearny 262 San Francisco 



CLOCKS 




I CALIFORNIA CLOCK CO. 

m Thf Firm of thf HOUKj, 

I Clock cTVlakers 

( cy47/ Makes of American and European Clocks 

■ Chimes and Complicated Clocks, Electrical Clock time switches, 

m Date Stamps, Etc., Repaired b^ Guaranteed 

M Workmanship. 

m Telephone Garfield 2570 133 Geary St. 418-19 Whitney BkJg. 

H Watch Deoartment J. TOPPING Prop. 

s ^n attractive line of New Clocks always on hand 

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COAL, RETAIL 



KEARNY 2647 



Central Coal Company 

HI-HEAT COAL 

"THE FUEL WITHOUT A FAULT" 



BLACK KNIGHT SMITHING COAL 

ANTHRACITE COAL 

FOUNDRY COKE 

GAS COKE 

PROMPT DELIVERY COURTEOUS SERVICE 

GENERAL OFFICES; YARDS: 

430 CALIFORNIA STREET :: :: 650 EIGHTH STREET 



COAL. WHOLESALE 



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369 PINE STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



JAMES B. SMITH FRANK J. FORAN FRANK V. CURTIS 

President Vice-President General Sales Agent 



COAL, WHOLESALE 



Rolph Navigation & Coal Co. 

Ship Owners 
Coal Merchants 

BUNKERS: GREEN STREET WHARF 

Coal Afloat in Barges for Rapid 
Bunkering of Steamers 



OCEAN GOING TUGBOATS: 

"HERCULES" ''RELIEF" 

"STORM KING" "GLEANER" 



MAIN OFFICE: 

60 California Street San Francisco, Calif. 

Phone Douglas 3040 



COLLECTION AGENCIES 



Acme Law and Collection Agency 

COMMERCIAL LAW and COLLECTIONS 
BONDED COLLECTORS on MOTORCYCLES 
COMPETENT LEGAL DEPARTMENT 

REPRESENTATIVES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES 



NO COLLECTION NO CHARGE 

948 MARKET Suite 615-616-617-618 

TELEPHONE KEARNY 1338 



GEO. W. WALKER, M 
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Bonded Collectors 



WALKER'S COLLECTION AGENCY 

ROOMS 402-3-4 CHARLESTON BUILDING 

251 KEARNY STREET 
Phone KEARNY 5547 San Francisco, Cal. 



COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS 



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338-348 Brannan St 



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CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT 



Contractors 




Equipment 



FOOTE Multi Foote ROAD PAVERS 
JAEGER MIXERS and PLACING PLANTS 
ERIE TANDEM ASPHALT ROLLERS 
TROY MOTOR TRUCK TRAILERS 
TROY TRACTION HAULING WAGONS 
HORIZONTAL HYDRAULIC HOISTS 
MEAD-MORRISON TRUCK WINCHES 

EDWARD R. BACON COMPANY 

51 MINNA STREET SAN FRANCISCO 

Phone Sutter 1637 




Make this Shield your Emblem 
of security in the designing, 
purchasing and erecting of 

MAUSOLEUMS 



Also builders of the West's best in permanent 
building construction in beautiful 

Original Raymond Granite 

Raymond Granite Co., Inc. 

3 POTRERO AVENUE, SAN FRANCISCO 



Aho at 606 HOMER LAUGHLIN BUILDING 



LOS ANGELES 



CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT 



THE AUSTIN WESTERN ROAD MACHINERY CO. 

THE LARGEST STOCK IN OUR LINE WEST OF CHICAGO 



STEAM ROLLERS 
MOTOR ROLLERS 
TANDEM ROLLERS 
JAW CRUSHERS 
GYRATORY CRUSHERS 
REVOLVING SCREENS 
B0CKET ELEVATORS 



PORTABLE ROCK BINS 
MOTOR SWEEPERS 
STREET SWEEPERS 
STREET SPRINKLERS 
ROAD OILERS 
ROAD SCARIFIERS 
ELEVATING GRADERS 



BLADE GRADERS 
TRACTOR GRADERS 
ROAD PLOWS 
ROAD SCRAPERS 
ROAD DRAGS 
DUMP WAGONS 
DUMP CARTS 



2 0-2 2 FREMONT STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Contractors and Road Machinery 



Concrete Mixers, Spouting Equipment, Hoists, Derricks, Conveying Machinery, 

Steam Sliovels, Locomotive Cranes, Locomotives, Rock Crusliers, 

Grad..rs, Rollers, Pumps, Engines, Supplies, Etc. 



Write for Catalogs. 

SMITH=BOOTH=USHER CO. 

50-60 FREMONT ST. 228 CENTRAL AVE. 

San Francisco TAFT, Calif. Los Angeles 



CUTLERY 



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WILL ^ FINCK 

Cutlery, Barbers Supplies 
Sporting Goods, Etc. 

Razor and Shears Grinding Our Specialty 
Cutting Dies for every ^ur/iose. Repairing of aV kinds. 



'Phone Market 191 
MARKET 1686 STREET 

Cor. Haidbt ar.a Cough St<. 



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DAIRY SUPPLIES 







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61 Beale Street, San Francisco 



Everything for the Dairy 

DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATORS 
DE LAVAL MILKING MACHINES 
GASOLINE ENGINES... r/ie Alpha 
FEED CUTTERS . ... The Acme 

BARN EQUIPMENT James 

PUMPS Viking 

REFRIGERATION— STEAM BOILERS—LAUSON TRACTORS 

DAIRY SUPPLIES 

MILK PAILS, CANS. BOTTLES MILK VATS and WASH SINKS 
MILK and CREAM COOLERS BABCOCK TESTERS and GLASSWARE 
PASTEURIZERS and BOTTLE FILLERS ACID, MILK STRAINERS, RENNET 

CENTRIFUGAL OIL PURIFIERS— EMULSORS— WHEY SEPARATORS 



DETECTIVE AGENCIES 



H. O. de la MONTANYA 



ENGAGE IN 

ALL 
BRANCHES 
OF 
LEGITIMATE 
DETECTIVE 
SERVICE 
LEGAL 
PAPERS 
SERVED 
ALL 
INVESTIGA- 
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STRICTLY 
CONFIDEN- 
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MORSE 

DETECTIVE and PATROL SERVICE 

Established 1878 by Harry N. Morse 

EMPLOYS ONLY OPERATIVES 
OF ESTABLISHED REPUTATION 

UDiformed Watchmen for D»y and Night Service 



PHONE SUTTER 1900 

602 CALIFORNIA ST., Cor. Kearny 



WILLIAM RUWE 

General Superintendent 



SPECIAL 

ATTENTION 

GIVEN TO 

THE 

WATCHING 

OF STORES 

BANKS, 

WAREHOUSES, 

SHIPS AND 

PRIVATE 
RESIDENCES 

AT 

REASONABLE 

TERMS 



>-. K. GIGNAC. Principal 



C. L. HAZLETT. Manage 



GIGNAC SECRET SERVICE BUREAU 

GENERAL OFFICES 

2nd floor Monadnock Building, 681 Market St. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Cable Address: GIGNAC, San Francisco 

DETECTIVE WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 

REPRESENTATIVES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE WORLD 

Telephones: DAY Douglas 5469 NIGHT Burlingame 262 



DETECTIVE AGENCIES 



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THETHIEL 
DETECTIVE SERVICE CO. 



ESTABLISHED 1873 

CIHARLESM. FRENCH. President - - ChicaHo, III. 
M. A. FLANAGAN, V.-Pres.. Gen. Mgr., Chicago. 111. 
E. R. CARRINGTON.JVice-President. Montreal, Que. 
J. W. AYRES, 2nd Vice-President - - St. Louis. Mo. 

OFFICES: 

NEW YORK, N. Y Hudson Terminal Bldg. 

CHICAGO, ILL Monadnock Block 

ST. LOUIS, MO Wright Building 

KANSAS CITY, MO Dwight Building 

ST. PAUL, MINN. Merchants Natl. Bank Bldg. 

DENVER, COLO. Symes Building 



ATLANTA, GA. Trust Co. of Ga. Building 

DALLAS, TEXAS Interurban Building 

EL PASO, TEXAS First Nat'l Bank Bldg. 

SPOKANE, WASH. Old Nat'l Bank Bldg. 

SEATTLE, WASH New York Block 

PORTLAND, OREGON Pittock Block 

LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

Merchants Nat'l Bank Bldg. 



SALT LAKE, UTAH Walker Bank Building 
MONTREAL, QUE. Dominion Express Bldg. 
C. P. R. Building 



VANCOUVER, B. C. 
HONOLULU, T. H., and LONDON, ENG. 



SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE 

SUITE 1030-1035 PHELAN BUILDING 

CHAS. N. WATKINS, Asst. Genl. Mgr. F. B. McATEE, Manager 

TELEPHONES: 

Day-KEARNY 2882; Night-PARK 8204, PIEDMONT S880, BERKELEY 9351 

Correspondents in over 10,000 cities and towns in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. 
GENERAL DETECTIVE BUSINESS TRANSACTED for CORPORATIONS and INDIVIDUALS 



W. H. field Detective Bureau 



W. H. F ELD, Principal 



F. F. PHILLIPS, Manager 



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MONADNOCK BUILDING 

CORRESPONDENTS EVERYWHERE 

Well Known to Bankers, Corporations, 
Attorneys and the General Business Public 

TELEPHONES: DAY SUTTER 2238 NIGHT PACIFIC 4592 



OFFICE PHONE: GARFIELD 366 



A. J. KANE, Ma„a,i 



HOME PHONE: FRANKLIN 127 



THE A. J. KANE DETECTIVE AGENCY 

l.icriised iiml Hnnderl imiter Ihc Liiii-s of Ihe Slitir of Cnliforniii 

Lef;al papers served. AH investigations strictly confidential. Civil and 
Criminal investigations. Complete dictagraph service. 

We are prepared to handle work for Corporations, Banks, Attorneys and 
the General Public. Correspondents all over the world. A telephone 
call will bring a representative. 

544 Market Street : : : : San Francisco, California 



DETECTIVE AGENCIES 



TELEPHONE SUTTER 1360 



THOS. C GRAY, 



RESIDENCE TELEPHONE SUTTER 3720 

,„-,al Manaiirr 



West Coast Detective Agency 



HSTAHIJSIIED 1879 



IJCK/WSED and BONDED 



Conducts all civil and criminal business secretly all 
over the world for corporations and individuals. Charges 
reasonable. Consultation free and strictly confidential. 

SUITE 439 PACIFIC BUILDING, MARKET and FOURTH 



DICTATING MACHINES 



THE ORIGINAL 

DICTATING MACHINE 

THE "EDIPHONE" 



Built by THOS. A. EDISON, Inc, 



DEMONSTRATED IN YOUR OWN OFFICE BY 
EXPERTS WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION TO BUY 



I Office Appliances Sales Co. 



618 MISSION 



SUTTER 4952 



DRAWING MATERIALS 



BLUE PRINTING 



DRAWING MATERIAL 

TRACINGS called for and delivered 



KEUFFEL & ESSER CO. of n. y. 



30-34 SECOND STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



DRAWING-MATERIALS MATHEMATICAL AND SURVEYING 
INSTRUMENTS— MEASURING TAPES 

EFFICIENT REPAIR DEPARTMENT FOR DRAWING 
AND SURVEYING INSTRUMENTS 



General Office & Ficloriei 

HOBOKEN, N. J. 



BRANCHES 
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, MONTREAL 



DRY GOODS 



Nippon Dry Goods Co. 


Importers and Exporters 
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers of 


ORIENTAL DRY GOODS 


COTTON CREPES 

KIMONOS 

BLUE & WHITE GOODS 

LADIES' UNDERWEAR 


SILK GOODS 

EMBROIDERED TABLE COVERS 

INFANTS' WEAR 

NOVELTIES, ETC. 


Cor. PINE and FRONT STREETS Telephone SUTTER 690 



ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 



Are You Building? 

We are direct Factory Representatives for various Manufacturers of 

HIGH GRADE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 

( for an Office Building, a Factory or a Bungaloic) 

Cohdnit — Rigid and Flexible, also Fittings 

Wire — Rubber Covered, Weather-proof, Annunciator and 
Magnet Wire ..... 

PASS & SEYMOUR WIRING DEVICES, ANSONIA BELLS AND 
BUZZERS, TRICO RENEWABLE FUSES, LaVIDA VIBRATORS 



Our services are at your disposal to assist and 
supply information for a proper selection of 
the correct device for your requirements. 



Your Conttactor-Dealcr Can Supply Our Material if it Pleaies You. 

GEO. A. GRAY CO. 

589 Mission Street San F'rancisco 



ELECTROTYPERS 



FILMER BROS. ELECTROTYPE CO. 

WILLIAM P. FILMER, President GE3RGE FILMER. Secretary 

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S T K R K C> T Y P K R S 

330 JACKSON STREET Telephone DOUGLAS 5384 



HOFFSCHNEIDER BROTHERS 



ELECTROnPE AND SIEREOIfPE FOUNDRy 



f^^'.'^iZll 140 SECOND ST., Bet. MISSION and HOWARD 



EMPLOYMENT 



MURRAY & READY 

*- Leading Employment Agents < 



Phones: Sutter 1205 and 1206 

780 to 786 Howard Street, San Francisco 

Also at Los Aui/eles initl Sdfrfiiiieiito 



ENGINEERS' AND ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES 



BLUE LINE 
PRINTS 


BLACK LINE 
PRINTS 


BLUE 


PRINTING 


Kxperf Itppaii- Woi 
Tapes and Urawiii 

EUGE? 


k on nil ninkes of Siirveyin;; Instruiiieiits. 
S Instruinents. All AVork GunVanteeil. 


sE DIETZGEN CO. 


IS FIKST STKKET 


Tclrjthoite KEARNY 2<$80 



ENGINES 



CABLE & TELEGRAPH ADDRESS ABC CODE, 41h EDITION. BENTLEYS 

"DOWDIESEL" WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CODE 

Dow Pump and Diesel Engine Co. 



Established 1880 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



DIESEL TYPE OIL ENGINES 

PUMPING MACHINERY 

Marine and Stationary Full Diesel Type 
Oil Engines — 100 H.-P. and larger. 

SEND FOR CATALOGUES 



Pacific Northwest Representative: 

PACIFIC NET & TWINE CO. 

SEATTLE, WASH. 



General Offices and Works: Alameda, California 
Sales Offices: 31 1 California St., San Francisco 



EXPRESS 



Phone. MISSION il87 



Oflice Phone, MARKET 5770 



Fred C. Gerdes Storage & Moving Co. 

Fire Proof Warehouse 

Lowest Insurance Rates of any Warehouse In S. F. 

456 McAllister street (c^,?^^°S'7lI) san francisco 



STORAGE PACKIING 

BAGOAOE TRUINKS 

Moved to all Parts of City and Country 

Residence, 2273 MISSION ST. 



SMIPPIING 
RURINITURE 

Piano Moving a Specialty 

TEL. MARKET 5770 



FELTS 



Mechanical and all kimis of Ftrlts. 
Kelt Products. Ford and other 
Automobile Felt Washers and Gas- 
kets, Universal Rings for Automo- 
biles; Paper. Cork and Rubber 
Gaskets; Sheet Fibres, Fibre 
Rings.Gaskets and Washers; Sheet 
Packings for all purposes; Rubber 
Hose and Mechanical Rubber 
Goods; "Shine-No-Mor" Chair 
Cushions and Pads. Desk Mats 
and Typewriter Pads; "Shint-No- 
Mor" Automobile Seat and Clothes 
Protectors and Cushions; All kinds 
of Canvas Goods Made to Order. 
Canvas and Felt Buffs; Refriger- 
ator Door Gasket Tape; Laundry 
and Household Iron Holders; Sew- 
ing and Die Cutting to the Trade. 



PACIFIC FELT CUTTING 
& SEWING COMPANY 

"PAFESCO" BRAND PRODUCTS 
18-26 Clementina St. 

Near 1st and Howard 

Telephone Sutter 2684. San Francisco, Calif. 



FILTERS 



Western Steel & Engineering Co. 

FILTRATION ENGINEERS 

35 Montgomery Street San Francisco, Calif. 

TELEPHONE SUTTER 6726 

"Filters for Every Purpose" 

Sweetland and Kelly Pressure Filters, American 
Continuous Filters, "United" Plate and Frame 
Filter Presses and Sweetland's Patented Metallic 
Filter Cloth, Acid Resisting. :: :: :: 

"BEAVER" BRAND MINE DRILL STEEL. 

Manufactured especially for rock work 

by Halcomb & Davison, hic. 

Contractors Diamond Core Drilling 

''Duro/oicl'' Grinding Balls. Rlioad's Leather Belting. 



FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 



"UNDERWRITERS" 
and "VULCAN" 

2' 2 gals. Capacity. 
Approved for general use by 
Underwriters' Laboratories 
Inc. 

"RAILWAY 

and MARINE" 

2' 2 gals. Capacity 
For cars and boats 

"FIRE WARDEN" 

2^2 gals. Capacity 

For forest, brush and grass 

fires 

"HOME GUARD" 

5 qts. Capacity 
For homes, schools, hospi- 
tals, etc. 

"UNDERWRITERS 

No. 7" 

For Fire Departments 

"PRESTO" 

1 qt. pump type 
Approved for Automobiles, 
garages, oil and electric 
fires 

"PROTECTOR" 

CHEMICAL ENGINES 
20 to 70 gals. Capacity 






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MTINGUISHER 



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PACIFIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER COMPANY 

EXECUTIVE OFFICES AND FACTORY 

440 HOWARD ST.. SAN FRANCISCO 

ENGINEERS and CONTRACTORS 

AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER INSTALLATIONS (Globe System) 
FIRE DETECTION SERVICE fRelchel System) 
CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES AND HOSE CARTS 
STANDPIPE EQUIPMENTS, FIRE EXTINGUISHERS, and all 
STAND»RO TYPES OF APPLIANCES FOR FIRE PREVENTION AND FIRE PROTECTION 
NEWMAN PORTABLE WATCH CLOCK SYSTEMS 

TELEPHONE SUTTER 766 







cTVlAILING LISTS 




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ker-Langle)^ Director 

230-240 BRANNAN STREET 


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Telephone Douglas 58C0 





FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 



GORHAM FIRE APPARATUS CO., LTD. 

127 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 

Telephone Sutter 312 



Fire Prevention Apparatus 
:: and Appliances :: :: 



DISTRIBUTORS 

PYRENE 1 QUART CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 
NATIONAL STANDARD 3 GALLON CHEMICAL FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 
PIRSCH 2 WHEELED 40 GALLON CHEMICAL FIRE ENGINES 



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Grinnell Automatic Sprinklers, Big "G" Fittings, "National" Pipe. Cast 
Iron and Malleable Screwed Fittings, Cast Iron Standard Flanged Fit- 
tings and Flanges, Valves, Chemical Fire Extinguishers and Engines. 

453 MISSION STREET :: :: PHONE KEARNY 1455 



o/re 1(011 aware that \ 

^^m A COPY OF THIS DIRECTORY GOES \ 

INTO THE REFERENCE LIBRARY OF I 

EVERY LARGE CITY IN THE UNITED STATES? j 

CAN YOU ESTIMATE HOW MANY PEOPLE «> 1 

SEE THE ADVERTISEMENTS IN THIS BOOK T I 



FOUNDRIES 



Pacific Foundry 
Company 



WORKS: PHONE: 

18th and Harrison Sts. Mission 1105 



HERRESHOFF ROASTING FURNACES 
SMELTING PLANT EQUIPMENT 



CORROSiRON---Acid Resisting 
CHEMICAL PLANT CASTINGS 



MONEL METAL 
Bars Castings 



GREY IRON CASTINGS 
Up to 25 Tons 



PIPE FITTINGS 
Standard Special 



MACHINE WORK PATTERN WORK 



Engineers - Designs 



FOUNDRY SUPPLIES 



FOUNDRY FACINGS, SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT 

Modern cost reducing equipment 
for every purpose for the foundry. 

Sand Blast Equipment and 

other labor saving devices for the 
hon and Steel Industry. 

We equip complete Iron, Steel and 
Brass Foundries. 

DITTY BROS., Inc. 

140 Howard St., San Francisco, Phone Garfield 612 



FOUNDRIES 



St. John E. McCormick, Pres. PNONE MARKET 2162 J- f- Driscoll. Sec'ly. 

Rincon Foundry Co. 

CASTIINGS 

IROrV, BRA.SS AIND A-LUIVIIISfUlVI 
PATTERIN AIND MACMINE WORK 

349 Seventh Street San Francisco 



A GOOD OPPORTUNITY 

to put information about your business where people will see it 

The City Direc- IQ PIPIIT IIFRF time. Those who 
tory is the most 10 HlUil I IlLHL buy without 
effective and looking at the 

economical method of reach- list of those who sell do 

ing all the people all the themselves a great injustice. 



FUNERAL DIRECTORS 



C. ^. ^nberson 

Successor to CR.-IIG, COCHRAN ly CO. 
Established 1858 

Funeral Director & Embalmer 

Phone: Mission 151 

1387 Valencia St. {Near 25th St.) San Francisco, Cal. 



H FRED SUHR. Jr 



A. W NELSON 



H. F. SUHR ^ CO. 

(Established 1884) 

House of Service 



OUR CHARGtS CONSISTENT WITH ANY ONE'S REQUIREMENT 

2919 Mission Street 



Phones: 

MISSION 98 and 99 













TELEPHONE MISSION 1 

■ GEO. L. SUHR 

Sukr ^ ^Viel3olclt 

Runeral Directors and Embalmers 

1465 to 1473 VALENCIA STREET 

(Betzvet-n 2jlh and 26th Sis.) 









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S. A. WHITE 

Formerly PORTER I;' 11 IIITE 

Runeral Director 

2200 SUTTER STREET 

(N. ir. Cor. Pierce) 

Private residence accommodations without 
extra charge. Personal services under all 
conditions. Trained Lady attendant 
Catholic equipment and service most com- 
plete. Charges moderate. Automobile serv- 
ice. Telephone West 770 connecting all 
departments. 



FURRIER S 

SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES 

COLBURN'S 

Furs Exclusively 



272 POST STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO S. SCHENKEL. Manage. 



GAS ENGINES 



JAS. S. HAWKINS C. C. KRtEMLER G. A. FELDMAN RICHARD PROBOESE 

President Vice-President Secretary Chief Engineer 

ACME ENGINE COMPANY 

MARINE AND STATIONARY 

GAS AND OILENGINES 

OFFICE AND PLANT 

163 Main Street Tel. Sutter 3626 



GLASS BOTTLE MFRS. 



"Food Products Sell Better in Glass" 



Pacific Coast Glass Works 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



GLASS FOOD CONTAINERS 

Catsups - Olive Oil - Salad Oil 
Vinegar and Fruit Juice Bottles 
Pickle, Packers' and Preservers' 
•^ ^^Ware- ^^ 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

REPRESENTATIVES : 

E. SHELLEY MORGAN, Northwestern Bank Building, PORTLAND, ORE. 
KELLEY-CLARKE CO., 1017 Railroad Avenue - - - SPOKANE. WASH. 

L. O. TAFT. Vermont Building SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 

J. E. LITTLEFIELI), 216 San Fernando Building. LOS ANGELES. C:ALIF. 



GLASS MFRS. 











Ilinois-Pecific Glass Co. 

SAN FRANCISCO 




FLINT, GREEN and AMBER BOTTLES 
and JARS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

CORRUGATED FIBER PRODUCTS 

BOTTLERS and PRESERVERS SUPPLIES 


PORTLAND : LOS ANGELES : SEATTLE 









GLUE MFRS. 



Established 1876 



CALIFORNIA GLUE CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF PURE HIDE 

GLUE and GELATINE 

UNION BRAND ABRASIVES 

FLINT, GARNET and EMERY PAPER and CLOTH 



Office, Salesroom and Factory 



Fairfax Ave. and Rankin St., San Francisco, Cal. 



Phone Mission 808 







GRAIN 
C. E. BERRINGER, Manager PHONE SUTTER 350 

PRODUCERS HAY COMPANY 



INCORPORATED 



HAY, GRAIN 

and 

MILL FEEDS 

DISTRIBUTORS 

Sonoma Land Co/s Products 
Alfalfa and Grain Hay 

DOUBLE COMPRESSED FOR EXPORT 
BRANCH OFFrCE 

5th and ADELINE STREETS, OAKLAND, CAL. 

TELEPHONES: OAKLAND 875 AND 1880 
OFFICE MILL AND WAREHOUSE 

176 Townsend Street San Francisco, Cai. 



The A. W. SCOTT COMPANY 

SUCCESSORS TO 

Scott, Magner and Miller 

Buy and Sell Everywhere 

HAY, GRAIN, FEED 

LARGEST HAY COMPRESS PLANT IN U. S. 
PROPRIETORS AETNA FEED MILLS 
MANUFACTURERS ALFALFA MEAL 
COPRA, DAIRY AND SUGAR FEEDS 



ofTiames i 

191« 

in SI)iredcn( = 



19i.77i 



GRILLE WORK 



Keystone Ornamental Iron and Bronze Works 

GOLD, SILVER, NICKEL, BRASS AND COPPER PLATING 



ARTISTIC METAL and 

ORNAMENTAL IRON 

WORK 

METAL STORE FRONTS 

GRILLES 

Elevator Enclosures 
and Cars 

BANK RAILINGS 

WIRE WORK 

Steel Folding Gates 

Special Hardware 




BRONZ.E: TABLETS 



PHONE DOUGLAS 856 



830 HOWARD STREET 

BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH 



300 NATOMA STREET 

SAN FRANCISCO 



HARDWARE 



DUNHAM, CARRIGAN & HAYDEN CO. 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 





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Hardware Dj 

Brass Goods 

Pipe and Steel M 

Pipe Fittings y^ 

Corrugated Iron 

Iron and Steel Bv 

Tool Steel m 

Valves 


iry Supplies 

11 Supplies 

ining Supplies 

ilders Hardware 

echanics and 

Machinists Tools 


Automobile 

Accessories 
Cutlery 

Sporting Goods 
Arms and Ammunition 
Electrical Supplies 
Household Utensils 
Automobile Tires 



KANSAS and DIVISION Streets 

FOOT OF 8TH 

Telephone Park 9500 



HARDWARE 



BAKER, HAMILTON & PACIFIC CO. 



SAN FRANCISCO 




Importers 



Wholesale Distributors 



Exporters 



General Hardware 



Mechanics and Contractors Tools 



Farming, Gardening and Lumbering Tools 



Mill, Mine and Railroad Supplies 
Automobile Accessories 
House Furnishing Goods 
Brass Goods and Metals 
Agricultural Implements 
Paints and Varnishes 
Bicycles and Sundries 
Gasoline Engines 



Electrical Supplies 
Fishing Tackle 
Pneumatic Water Systems 
Pipe and Fittings 
Builders and Shelf Hardware 
Cutlery and Sporting Goods 
Vehicles and Wagons 
Engineering Steam Specialties 



IRON AND STEEL COMMODITIES 
Shallow and Deep Well Pumps Boilers 

CREAMERY AND DAIRY MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES 
Complete Equipment for Milk and Cheese Factories 



BAKER, HAMILTON & PACIFIC CO. 

SEVENTH AND TOWNSEND STREETS 
SAN FRANCISCO . . CALIFORNIA 



HARDWARE SPECIALTIES 



CALDWELL SALES CO. 

320 MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

cTVIanufacturers Sales cAgents 

to the Pacific Coast Wholesale Trade — Jobbing in 
Hardware, Tools and Auto Accessories 

GENUINE CRITCHLEY REAMERS HOOVER STEEL BALLS 

STERLING HACK SAW BLADES VELLUMOID PACKING 

PARKER DRILL CHUCKS STEEL BILLETS 



HAY AND GRAIN 



The A. W. SCOTT COMPANY 

SUCCESSORS TO 

SCOTT, MAGNER &. MILLER 

Buy and Seil Everywhere 

HAY, GRAIN, FEED 

LARGEST HAY COMPRESS PLANT IN U.S. 
PROPRIETORS AETNA FEED MILLS 
MANUFACTURERS ALFALFA MEAL 
COPRA, DAIRY AND SUGAR FEEDS 

OFFICE DOUGLAS 5150 warehouee 

333 BERRY STREET 112 PINE STREET 



MAILING 
LISTS 



CROCKER-LANGLEY DIRECTORY 

230-240 BRANNAN STREET 

TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 5800 



HEATING CONTRACTORS 



Heating and Plumbing 

COKTRACTORS 
Vacuum Sweeping Systems 




WE STAND BEHIND EVERY JOB 




GILLEY-SCHMID CO., INC. 

1S2-19S OTIS STREET 

Telephone Market iKi.") San Francisco. California 



HOSPITALS 





NOW WHILE IN HEALTH PRO- 
VIDE FOR SICKNESS OR INJURIES 

Membership in the 

Associated Health Service 

733 Phelan Bldg.. fe-^^stO 

guarantees you freedom from care and worry 
in event of your sickness or injury. The small 
monthly dues which you pay provides Doctor's 
Services, Hospital, Operations and Medicines. 






OFFICE TREATMENT HOME VISITS 

Medical treatment will be given members When sick at home, notify our offices, 
any day, and the office hours of the and we will promptly send an experi- 
medical staff are arranged to suit the enced physician to see you. During 
convenience of all members, as they are your illness he will give you the best 
from 10 in the morning until 8 o'clock of care and all medicines needed. In 
in the evening daily. case of an accident you will receive the 
. ^ ., ^ . ^ ai -11 • same careful treatment for your injuries, 
M the treatment offices you wd receive whether it be day or night, 
the most careful attention of skilled and 

experienced physicians and surgeons. Should your sickness be mild or seri- 
The equipment of the medical treatment ous, its duration a day or a year, we 
offices is complete and up to date, includ- are at your constant service, 
ing XRay and the latest electrical appli- 
''"'^^' HEALTH SERVICE 

HOSPITAL SERVICE Members are urged to consult the 
vvi,..„ ,.,..„ -.r. c»f;^„a„ ;r.:„rB^ nr nicdlcal staff at regular intervals for 
should you be so seHously sick as Z =«ivice on how to stay well. These 
need an operation and to require hos- =='3"?'"=""'"? ^"^ » V"\ °^ °"'' health 
pital care, we will send you to a first- service, and may reveal a latent con- 
class hospital, where we will give you '''.V,°" '^^\''^- '^ "n-rediately corrected, 
^11-1 ^Itt^^r'-k^^i^es ^SSl ^'^o^^^^in^^r^a^ ^^^e S 
necessary surgical operations. Colds, "erers^and" wounds' wCicK Tay 
.Ml expenses for ambulance, operating seem unimportant may lead to serious 
room, dressings, bandages, casts, drugs results should they not receive imme- 
and medicines required will be paid by diate and proper medical care and at- 
the Associated Health Service. tention. 












Send us your name and address and full partic- 
ulars how to become a member will be sent to you 






Associated Health Service 

733 PHELAN BUILDING 

(Seventh Floor) 

Phone Sutter 3490 760 Market Street 





HOTELS 




1 



THE GRILL 



Hotel St. Francis 



FACING UNION SQUARE 



Elaborated with the seven famous mural paintings by 
Albert Herter, depicting in colorful pageant the Gifts of 
the Old World to the New. The massive columns are of 
Tennessee carved marble, the ceiling of the Italian school. 

Club breakfasts, al a carte luncheons and table d'hote 
and a la carte dinners are features of the Grill. There 
is no music. 

The proximity of the St. Francis to the busy part 
of town makes it one of the most convenient places to 
dine in San Francisco. 



r 



Thos. J. Coleman, Manager 



I 



IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS 



Established 1849 

S. L. JONES & 
COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

138-140 California St. 
San Francisco, Calif., U. S. A. 

BRANCHES 

40 Wall Street Colman Building 1 Front Street 

NEW YORK CITY SEATTLE PORTLAND 

Fung Tang Fung Tang 

6 Queen's Road Central lA Jinkee Road 114 Higashimachi 

HONG KONG SHANGHAI KOBE 

IMPORTERS 

of all kinds crude and raw materials, Oils, Gums, 
Spices, Beans, Seeds, Nuts of all kinds, Coffee, Tea, 
Cocoa Beans, Copra, Kapok, Oil Cakes, Fertilizers, 
Rattans, Reeds, Hides, Tanning Materials, Tin, etc. 

EXPORTERS 

of all American Products, especially Iron and Steel, 
Wire Products, Railway Equipment, Chemicals, 
Fertilizers, Dyes, Lumber, Cattle Feeds, Pro- 
visions, Canned Goods of all kinds, Dried Fruits. 

fVe invite correspondence from any 
pari of the zvorld 



Reference: Code Address: 

BANK OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco R E D B O I S . All Codes. 





IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS 














AGENCY 

H. J. Baker ^ Bro. 

21-23 California Street 
San Francisco, California 

Importers Exporters 
Dealers 

Fertilizer Material 

Nitrate of Soda 

Refiners of Camphor 

Chemicals 

AND 

General Lines 

Head Office 

EST. 1850 

81 Fulton St., New York 

BRANCHES: 

BALTIMORE SAVANNAH 

CHARLESTON 

BUENOS AIRES RIO DE JANEIRO 

ARGENTINE BRAZIL 



IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS 



East & West Export Co. 

Sheldon Bldg. 
San Francisco, California 



Importers: Exporters: 

Oriental and Tropical California Products 

Products Etc. General Merchandise 

Commission Agents 
Representatives 



OFFICES:— 203-4 SHELDON BLDG. ^.„. ^ 

PHONE: A r 1 Tt./I 1 ^ e* * CABLE: 

DOUGLAS 5649 461 Market Stfcet eweco 



LOOSE LEAF TYPEWRITER 

LEDGERS SUPPLIES 

PRINTERS 

BOOKBINDERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

STATIONERS 



H • S • CROCKER Co • Inc. 

565-571 MARKET STREET - PHONE DOUGLAS 5800 
LOS ANGELES - OAKLAND -- SACRAMENTO 



INSURANCE COMPANIES 



FIREMAN'S Fund 

Insurance 

Company 



CAPITAL $ 3,000,000 
SURPLUS $ 6,000,000 
RESERVES $10,000,000 
ASSETS - $22,500,000 



Fire, Automobile and Marine 
Insurance 



HEAD OFFICE 

CALIFORNIA and SANSOME STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO 



INSURANCE COMPANIES 



FIRE ■ AUTOMOBILE ■ MARINE 

TELEPHONE SlinER 1886 

H. M. NEWHALL&CO. 

NEWHALL BUILDING - - SAN FRANCISCO 

FRANK A. BROWN, Manager 

General Agents 



THE OCEAN MARINE INSURANCE CO., LTD. 
THE LONDON ASSURANCE CORP. (Marine) 
PACIFIC STATES FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY 
INDEPENDENCE INSURANCE COMPANY 
WESTCHESTER FIRE INSURANCE CO. (Marine) 
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED 
THE MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED 
WASHINGTON UNDERWRITERS 



JOHN R. ANDREW 



INSURANCE 

ALL BRANCHES 



HEARST SUTTER 

BUILDING 5 17 5 



IRON WORKS 



Michel & Pfeffer Iron Works 

1415-1437 HARRISON STREET 

Telephone Market 730 and 731 San Francisco, Calif. 



BUILDING 
DEPARTMENT 

Wire Work 

Elevator Cars 

Elevator Enclosures 

Folding Gates 

Store Fronts 

Cast Iron and Wrought 

Iron Stairs 
Gratings, Railings 
Marquises, Grilles 
Window Guards 
Fences and Gates 
Steel Shutters 
Fire Escapes 
Sidewalk Doors 
Lintels, Beams 
Columns, Girders 
Bandiron 
Joist Anchors 
Stirrups 

Post Caps and. Bases 
Bay Window^ Framings 
Cornice Brackets 
Cast Iron Manhole 

Covers, Etc. 

SPECIALTIES 

Smoke Stacks 
Boiler Breechings 
Steel Tanks 
Conveyor Frames 

Steel 
Sash 

OUR Engineering Department 
is at your disposal in working 
out the most suitable construction 
in each case. 




IRON WORKS 



J T. McCoBMicK. I'rrsi,lrnl St. John K. McCoBMirK, Srrrelarv 

California Artistic Metal & Wire Co. 

Maniifuclurcr.'! of 

Orimiiiental Iron and 
Bronze Work 



# ♦ * 



Iron Stairs. Store Fronts. Elevator 
Enclosnres, Gates. Rail injurs. 
\\'ire AVork. Electro Platinjj;. Etc. 
Iron iiiid Brass Founders 



Telephone MARKET ?162 



Sevnitli street Sail i^ railClSCO 



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::TELEPHONE MISSION 5230:: 

RALSTON IRON WORKS, Inc. 

STRUCTURAL STEEL 
JAIL and PRISON WORK 
MOTOR TRUCK TRAILERS 
and ATTACHMENTS 

TWENTIETH and INDIANA STREETS :: SAN FRANCISCO 



IRON WORKS 



MAIN IRON WORKS 

(Formerly Main Street Iron Works— Keystone Boiler Works) 

BUILDERS O F 



Marine and Stationary Engines, Water 
Tube, Tubular and Scotch Boilers, 
Anchor Windlasses, Cargo Hoists, 
Capstans, Steering Engines, Oil and 
Feed Water Heaters, and Other Aux- 
iliary Machinery, Tanks, Plate Work, 
Mining, Milling and Hoisting Machin- 
ery, Hydro-Electric Power Plants. 



Jgents for SCHUTTE & KOERTING COMPANY 

Manufacturers of Evaporators, Distillers, Feed Water 
Heaters, Oil Burning Apparatus. 

MAIN OFFICE AND WORKS: 

7th, Daggett and Sixteenth Streets 

Telephone Market 752 San Francisco, Cal. 



Girders and Lintels 
Auto Truck Frames 


Chas. E. Gray John R. Sims 


SIMS & GRAY IRON WORKS 


Conveyor Frames 

Steel Disc Plates 

Fire Escapes 

Iron Stairs and 
Window Guards 

Bond Iron 
and Anchors 

Post Caps 
and Bases 

Truss Rods 
and Tie Rods 


Telephone Garfield 1695 
A* 

Structural Steel 
and Ornamental Iron 
General Blaoksmithing 

Grouters for Tractor Wheels 


156 MAIN STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 



IRON AND STEEL 




Western Iron WorKs 



W. B. Morris, President 



H. H. Morris, Vice-President L. J. Gates, Secretary 



Structural Iron and Steel 
Contractors 

\Vh Furnish, Cut, Punch, RrvET and Forge Sieei. Bars, Plates, Angles, 
Channels and Beams. Manujacturtrs of "Chami'IOn" Steel Wheelbarrows 

141-147 Beale St. and 132-148 Main St. 

Telephone: Garfield 2575 San Francisco, Cal. 



IRON AND STEEL 



UNITED STATES 

STEEL PRODUCTS 

COMPANY 



RIALTO BUILDING 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



IRON AND STEEL 



PACIFIC COAST 

StFFI ftOMPANY 


wJ 1 LLL V>Ul'lr /I 1 1 

Open Hearth 


Steel Products 




MANUFACTURED TO 




SHAPES 






COMPLY WITH THE 




MANUFACTURED: 






FOLLOWING STAND- 










ARD SPECIFICATIONS: 




Bolt Rods 
Rivet Rods 






U. S. Navy 




Billets for Forging 
Ingots for Forging 






French Government 




Bands, Flats 
Plain Squares 






Lloyd's Register of 




Plain Rounds 






Shipping Manufac- 










turers' Standard] 




Square and Round 
Deformed Bars for 






American Society for 




Reinforcing 






Testing Materials 




Square Twisted Bars 






American Association 




for Reinforcing 






of Railway Engineers 




Angles — Equal and 
Unequal Legs 






American Society of 




Stock Lists will be fur- 






Civil Engineers 




nished upon request 




Genera 


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^fHce: 




Sales Office*: Plant*: 


lr.t..,„. Riallo Building -!„„,„. 


trr- San Francisco, Cal. L*" 


Te/ep/ione SUTTER 1564 Cable Address: "Z{iXSJf.tL" 



IRON AND STEEL 



Patrick Noble, Prksident A. E. Wilkens, Secretary 
E. B. Noble, Vice-President 

PACIFIC 
ROLLING 
MILL CO. 

Seventeenth and Mississippi Sts. 
San Francisco, Calif. 

Jobbers of 

Structural Steel, Beams, Angles, 
Channels, Plates, Rails, etc. 

Manufacturers of 

Structural Steel for Buildings, 
Bridges, Viaducts. Bolts, Riv- 
ets, Forgings, Iron Castings, 
Railroad, Frogs, Switches, 
Crossings and Special Work. 



IRON AND STEEL 



THE BERGER MANUFACTURING CO. OF CALIF. 

1120-26 Mission Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Phones Market 794 and 795 

Private Exchange connecting all Departments 

MANUFACTURERS OF BERLOY SHEET METAL PRODUCTS 

STEEL CEILING DEPARTMENT 

BERLOY "CLASSIK" STEEL CEILINGS 

BERLOY "CLASSIK" STEEL WALLS AND WAINSCOTINGS 

FIREPROOFING DEPARTMENT 

BERLOY DIAMOND MESH EXPANDED METAL LATH 
BERLOY METAL LUMBER 
BERLOY "RAYDIANT" SIDEWALK LIGHTS 
BERLOY WATERTIGHT SIDEWALK DOORS 

EQUIPMENT DIVISION 

BERLOY STEEL OFFICE EQUIPMENT 
BERLOY STEEL LOCKERS 
BERLOY STEEL BINS AND SHELVING 
BERLOY STEEL TIRE RACKS 

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL LINES 

BERLOY GALVANIZED AND BLACK STEEL SHEETS 

BERLOY CORRUGATED IRON 

BERLOY GALVANIZED BRICK AND STONE SIDING 

BERLOY CONDUCTOR PIPE AND EAVES TROUGH 

BERLOY TIN PLATE 

BERLOY TILE ROOFING AND METAL SHINGLES 

BERLOY NESTABLE CORRUGATED METAL CULVERTS 



Columbia Steel Company 

Pittsburg, California Portland, Oregon 

STEEL FOUNDRY S STEEL FOUNDRY 

ROLLING MILLS 

STEEL Sf?^r 

CASTINGS MANGANESE 

UP TO 60,000POUNDS EACH 

TO MEET ANY RECOGNIZED SPECIFICATIONS 

BALDT STOCKLESS ANCHORS 

CTPri SQUARE ALSO 

XlILTl ROUND RIVET 

BARS REINFORCING ROD 

SALES OFFICES: 

503 MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 



IRON AND STEEL 



CASTINGS 

Gray, Iron, Brass, 
Semi-steel, Electric and Open Hearth Steel 

From 1 02. to 20 tons 

Marine and Stationary Gas Engines-ENTERPRISE 

Best for service and best by test 

From 8 to 200 Horsepower 

Built in 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 cylinder sizes. 



WHAT ARE YOUR REQUIREMENTS? 

Write or Wire 

ENTERPRISE FOUNDRY CO. 

1 San Francisco, Cat. OFFICE: 

WORKS \ South San Francisco, Cal. 20 STEUART STREET 

(Los Angeles, Cal. San Francisco, Cal. 



REINFORCING STEEL 

FOR CONCRETE 

"HYDRATITE" waterproofing "HORNSTONE" hardener 



PIG IRON W^W ELECTRIC 
COKE ^Sw f'"'''*C^S 
ALLOYS ^W Refractories 



444 MARKET ST. 

SUTTER 2T20 



ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL TRUCKS AND TRACTORS 

FOUNDRY and STEEL PLANT SUPPLIES 



IRON AND STEEL 



B. W. HENNING, Secretary O. H. FISHER, Manager 



MONTAGUE PIPE & STEEL CO. 



Successors to 
W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

IN THE MANUFACTURE OF 



Riveted Steel Pipe, High Pressure Pipe Lines 

Oil and Water Tanks, Steel Flumes, Syphons 
Stacks, Montague Well Casing 



SHEET IRON WORK OF ANY DESCRIPTION 

Works: Office: 

17th and KENTUCKY STS. HOBART BUILDING 

Phone Market 6909 San Francisco Phone Kearny 496 San Francisco 



A, C. Rulofson Co. 
Iron and Steel Products 

NAILS, WIRE, BLACK & GALVANIZED STEEL SHEETS, ETC. 
For Export and Domestic Consumption 

Price v8^ Qualit}^ ^ Service 

Wis Solicit Your Inquiries 

359-365 Phone 

Monadnock Building Douglas 2278-2279 



IRON AND STEEL 



Edw. l. Soule Co. 

IRON AND STEEL PRODUCTS 

Main Office : 912-924 Rialto Bldg., San Francisco, Cal. 

Telephone, Sutter 2821 Branch: CHICAGO, ILLS. 

WAREHOUSE : Potrero Avenue and Division Street 



WE OFFER BEST PRICES 'Ron and steel bars, concrete 
Ayn nciiucDice ny tuc REI N FO RC I NG BARS, BAND S 
AWP UtLIWtHltS OW THE ^^^ HOOPS, BOLTS, NUTS and 

FOLLOWING PRODUCTS: washers, chain, forcings, 

PLATES, PIPE, TUBES and CASING, 

ROLLED STEEL SHAPES, RAILS and ACCESSORIES, RIVETS, 
NAILS, SPIKES and SCREWS, SHEETS, TIN and TERNE PLATE, 
SPECIAL STEELS, WIRE, ZINC, ETC. 



INQUIRIES WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION 
FOR STOCK AND MILL SHIPMENTS 



TAYLER & SPOTSWOOD CO. 

Main Office and Warehouses 

Minnesota and 19th Streets 



= Jobbers and Dealers in= 



IRON CS, STEEL 

if All Description 
SPECIALIZING ON 

STEEL HOOPS CS, BANDS 

Blacksmith and Automobile Shop Supplies 
Smithing Coal — Heavy Hardware — Trailer Material 



PHONE MISSION 7800 



IRON AND STEEL 



Vulcan Iron Works 



=(^y\4anufacturers of= 



Ice Making 

and Refrigerating 

Machinery 

Ammonia Fittings 
Cold Storage Doors 



Grey Iron Castings 
Semi-Steel Castings 
Ornamental Iron 
Rock Breakers 
Structural Steel 
Macaroni Machinery 
Aerial Tramways 



Ice Cans Pipe Coils Centrifugal Pumps 
Electric and Hand Power Traveling Cranes 



1849 KEARNY STREET= 



Phone Kearny 3880 



San Francisco 



JUNK DEALERS 



ESTABLISHED 1893 



PHONE PARK 418 




BUY 

SCRAP IRON 

SCRAP METALS 

SCRAP RUBBER 

RAGS 

MANILA ROPE 

BONES 

MACHINERY 

BOILERS 

PIPE 

SHAFTINGS 

ABANDONED PLANTS 

RA'LS 

CONDEMNED MATERULS 

Do You Want (o Sell Anylhing. 

2201 THIRD STREET 

Corner 19th 



SELL 

GOVERNMENT TENTS 

CANVAS COVERS 

BELTING 

MACHINERY 

RAILS 

ROPE YARN 

GRAPE TWINE 

SALVAGED MATERIALS 

Tell Us Your W'aiilx. 

:: S.\N FR.\NCISCO 

CALIFORNIA 



JEWELERS 




'^^■« 



A. ANDREWS DIAMOND PALACE 



The Most Beautiful Jewelry Store in the World. \'isitors Cordially Welcomed. 

Established IN ISSO 45 GEARY STREET Phone Douglas 516 

SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 



KODAKS AND CAMERAS 



KODAK 



BOUGHT ^ SOLD ^ EXCHANGED 

REPAIRED^ AND 

RENTED 

S0 » i^ 

San Francisco's Largest Camera Exchange 

ip s^ » 

HMRY e. i# R#0S 

88 THIRD STREET, near MISSION 
TELEPHONE KIARNY 5475 



LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS 



LOOSE LEAF TYPEWRITER 

LEDGERS SUPPLIES 

PRINTERS 

BOOKBINDERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

STATIONERS 



HS- CROCKER Co Inc. 

565-571 MARKET STREET - PHONE DOUGLAS 5800 
LOS ANGELES - OAKLAND ^ SACRAMENTO 



LUMBER DEALERS 



MiVs: 
Bellmgham, Wasl,. 
Hoquiam - Wash. 



Yards: 
Oakland - Cal. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
San Pedro, Cal. 



E. K. xV^ood Lumoer Co 



xV nolesale and Retail 



Main Office: 

1 DRUMM ST.. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

Sales Office: 

PORTLAND. ORE. 



Siskiyou 


STEAMERS 
Shasta, Sanjaci 


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S 


MOTOR 


VESSELS: 

Lassen 


Schooners— AUrt, Defian 


-e. 


Da, 


SAILING VESSELS, 
tntUss. Fred J. Wo 


od. 


Fea 


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lute. 


Vigilant 



HARDWOOD HEADQUARTERS 




• QUARTERED C 
WYBROCK BENOIN( 
POPLAH--WAL 



WHITE BROTHERS 



tid BRANNAN STREETS 



SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



HENRY KIRCHMANN Jr. 

Importers and Manufacturers of Hardwoods 

LARGEST DEALERS IN PHILIPPINE MAHOGANY IN AMERICA 

We carry in stock and specialize in Pacific Coast Hardwoods and foreign woods obtained from 
Continents and Islands in the Pacific. Among the woods in which we specialize are: Philippine 
Mahogany, Central American Mahogany, Jenisero, Spanish Cedar, Pacific Coast 
Maple, Pacific Coast Ash, Cottonwood. We also specialize in Eastern Hardwoods. 

Office: 212 to 216 American National Bank Building, San Francisco 
Yards ana >A' narves : - - Foot or 25tn Street. San Francisco 



MACARONI AND VERMICELLI 




CALIFORNIA MACARONI 
COMPANY 



G'- 



Manufacturers and Exporters of 




Royal Alimentary Pastes 

MACAROISI : SPAGHETTI : VERMICELLI : ETC. 



Lamest Manufacturers of Paste West of Chicago 



956 Bryant St. 



Tel. Market 1740 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



JACKSON HORIZONTALLY SPLIT 
DOUBLE SUCTION PUMP 




Some Points Worthy of 
Consideration 

High efficiency -Self balancing-- 
Self contained -- Self oiling 
bearings--Water sealed stuffing 
boxes--Short distance between 
bearings -- Interior readily ac- 
cessible -- No interference with 
suction or discharge flanges 
when opening up pump. 

Hydraulic Engineers 

MANHKACTliRERS OF 

Centrifugal and Turbine Pumps 

FOR ALL PURPOSES 



WRITE FOR CATALOGUE 
AND ESTIMATES 



Byron Jackson Iron Works, Inc. 



410 SHARON BLDG., San Francisco, Gal. 



t.t6 K. .!rd. I.c 



WORKS: Wf 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 




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Labor Saving Tools that will reduce your Shop Costs 

REPRESENTING : 
HENDEY MACHINE CO. Engine Lathes; Plain and Universal Millers; Friction and 

Heavy B. G. Shapers. 
NEWTON MACHINE TOOL WORKS Blotters; Vertical & Horizontal Millers; Cold 

Saws; Rotary Planers; Boring Machines; Portable and Special Machine Tools. 
STEINLE TURRET MACHINE CO. 24" Side Carriage Turret Lathes. 
THE AVEY DRILLING MACHINE CO. "Avey" Ball Bearing Drilling Machines. 
KING MACHINE TOOL CO. Vertical Boring and Turning Mills, .30" to 100". 
THE FOOTE-BURT CO. Heavy Duty Drilling Machines ; Special Drilling Machines. 
CHAMPION ENGINEERING CO. Electric Cranes, All Types. 
HOUSTON STANWOOD & GAMBLE CO. Heavy Engine Lathes, 36" to 72'. 
THE QUICKWORK CO. Quiekwork Rotary Shears, Capacity to 1 inch plate. 
THE NORBOM ENGINEERING CO. Lvsholm Punch Tables; Ship Yard Tools. 
ERIE FOUNDRY CO. Steam Hammers, All Types; Trimming Presses. 
THE BILLINGS AND SPENCER CO. Board Drop Hammers; Trimming Presses. 
NEW BRITAIN MACHINE CO. Multiple Spindle Automatic Bar and Chucking 

Machines; Shop Furniture. 
AJAX MANUFACTURING CO. Upsetting and Forging Machines; Automatic Feed 

Rivet Machines; Bull-Dozers; Nut and Washer Machines. 
GARDNER MACHINE CO. Disc Grinders; Pattern Makers' Disc Grinders; Buffing 

Machines; "G. I. A." (Gardner Improved Abrasive) Discs. 
POTTER & JOHNSON MACHINE CO. Automatic Turret Lathes; Automatic 

Piston and Piston Ring Lathes; Automatic Milling Machines. 
WM. SELLERS & CO. INC. Heavy Machine Tools. 

WESTERN MACHINE TOOL WORKS Heavy Radial DriUing Machines, 3' to S'. 
ARTHUR COLTON CO. High Speed Steel Twist Drills; H. S. Oil Hole and Special Drills. 
ILLINOIS TOOL WORKS High Speed Milling Cutters; H. S. Reamers; H. S. Hobs; 

Gauges; Die Filing Machines. 
DAVIS BORING TOOL CO. Expansion Boring Bars; Expansion Reamers. 
ERRINGTON MECHANICAL LABORATORIES Tapping Devices, Etc. 
THE TAFT-PEIRCE MFG. CO. Precision Gauges; Limit Gauges; Expansion 

Hand Reamers, Etc. 



Main Office and 
Show Room : 

75 Fremont St. 

San Francisco 



LOUIS G. HEMES 

"Machine Tool Specialist" 



Branch Office: 

Title Insurance BIdg. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

CHAS. S. TAYLOR, Mgr. 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 





Air Compressors 

The Ingersoll-Rand line of air 
compressors is complete and 
extensive. Every type and 
every drive for every class of 
service is represented. 



Send for bulletins mentioning class of service 

Rock Drilling Machinery 

Ingersoll-Rand rock drilling 
machinery has been developed 
through long years of ex- 
perience with every phase of 
mining work. The line as it 
stands today is not only com- 
plete but represents in every 
individual instance, the best 
that can be bought. 



Bulletins on Mining Machinery to fit your problem 
•will be sent upon request 



Cameron Pumps 

Throughout industries 
and in fact where ever 
water or other fluids are 
pumped, Camerons are rec- 
ognized for their efficiency, 
economy and durability. 

Send for descriptive bulletins 



Ingersoll-Rand Company of California 

Rialto Building, San Francisco 





MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



JOSHUA HENDY IRON WORKS 

ESTABLISHED 1853 

GENERAL OFFICE: 75 FREMONT ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 




View of Works— Sunnyvale, Santa Clara County, California 



OUR MANUFACTURES INCLUDE 


Mining Machinery 


Ore reduction Machinery 


ELECTRIC HOISTS 


ORE DRYERS AND ROASTERS 


STEAM HOISTS 


STAMP MILLS 


AIR DRIVEN HOISTS 


BALL MILLS 


WATER DRIVEN HOISTS 


TUBE MILLS 


HORSE WHIMS 


CONCENTRATORS 


MINE CAGES 


ROCK CRUSHERS 


ORE BIN GATES 


CRUSHING ROLLS 


CAR WHEELS 


ORE FEEDERS 


ORE SKIPS, ETC. 


CHILI & HUNTINGTON MILLS 


AIR COMPRESSORS 


CYANIDE EQUIPMENT 


WATER AND ORE BUCKETS 


QUICKSILVER RETORTS 


ORE CARS 


QUICKSILVER FURNACES 


IMPROVED TUNNEL AND TRAM CARS 


Saw Mill Machinery 


HYDRAULIC Mining Machinery 


SAW MILLS 


GIANTS 


GANG EDGERS 


GRAVEL ELEVATORS 




RESERVOIR GATES 


HAND EDGERS 


DEFLECTORS 


SWING SAWS 


WATER LIFTERS 


LOG TURNERS, ETC. 


SPECIAL HIGH PRESSURE VALVES 




RIVETED STEEL PIPE 


We also Make a Specialty 


of IRON and BRASS CASTINGS 


and STEEL FORCINGS of every description. | 


HYDRAULIC TURBINES 


, DERRICK IRONS, HOISTING 


CRABS and WINCHES, WATER WHEELS and MOTORS. 


WE Carry in Stock 


STEAM HOISTING ENGINES 


DUMP CARS 


ELECTRIC HOISTING ENGINES 


HORIZONTAL ENGINES 


GASOLINE HOISTING ENGINES 


VERTICAL ENGINES 


COMBINED ENGINES AND BOILERS 


GASOLINE ENGINES 


DUPLEX STEAM PUMPS 


HORIZONTAL TUBULAR BOILERS 


TURBINE PUMPS 


WATER TUBE BOILERS 


CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS 


LOCOMOTIVE TYPE PORTABLE BOILERS 


SINKING PUMPS 


ECONOMIC BOILERS 


MINING PUMPS 


UPRIGHT BOILERS 


STONE AND MARBLE WORKING 


RAILROAD EQUIPMENT 


MACHINERY 


FEED WATER HEATERS. PURIFIERS 


MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES 


AND OIL SEPARATORS 


STEAM SEPARATORS 


WOOD WORKING MACHINERY 


BLOWERS AND EXHAUSTERS 


CUT-OFF SAWS 


CORD WOOD SAWS 


BAND SAWS 


SAW TABLES 


DRAG SAWS 


PLANERS 


ROCK DRILLS 


AIR RECEIVERS 





MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



ALUS-CHALNERS MFC. CO. 



-DISTRICT OFFICE- 



745 Rialto Building (Ne» M!,m«omeo s,s) San Francisco 



CRUSHING and CEMENT STEAM ENGINES 

MACHINERY OIL ENGINES 

MINING MACHINERY STEAM TURBINES 

ELECTRICAL MACHINERY HYDRAULIC TURBINES 

SAW MILL MACHINERY CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS 

FLOUR MILL MACHINERY MOTORS 

COMPRESSORS GENERATOR 

CONDENSERS TRANSMISSION 
CRUSHERS MACHINERY 

GAS ENGINES TRANSFORMERS 



ALLIS-CHALMERS MFG. CO. 

Main Office and Factory: Milwauitee, Wis. 



Irrigation IVIachinery 

Engines iVIotors 

Overhead Carrying Systems 

Louden Sanitary Barn Equipment 

Universal Milking Machines 

High Pressure Power Boilers 

Low Pressure Steel Heating Boilers 

''Alamo" Farm Light Plants 

''Duro" Pressure Water Systems 



CALIFORNIA HYDRAULIC 
ENGINEERING & SUPPLY CO. 

70 Fremont Street, San Francisco 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



Collins & Webb 

INCORPORATED 

MACHINERY 




229 Rialto Bldg. 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

PHONE SUTTER 5270 



Phone Us Your Inquiries. 



California Machinery Co 

We buy and sell MACHINERY of all kinds. 
Largest stock of USED IRON and WOOD- 
WORKING MACHINERY to select from in the 
West. 



LATHES BORING MILLS 

TURRETS PUNCH PRESSES 

DRILL PRESSES PUNCHES and SHEARS 

RADIALS COLD SAWS 

KEYSEATERS HACK SAWS 

SHAPERS EMERY HEADS 

PLANERS GRINDERS 

BELTING, PULLEYS, SHAFTING and HANGERS 



TELEPHONE SUTTER 1796 



125 Beale Street :: :: San Francisco, California 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



Bannon, Bodinson, Maclntyre, Inc. 

ENGINEERS AND MANUFACTURERS 

CONVEYING, ELEVATING, SCREENING, MINING 

POWER TRANSMITTING MACHINERY 

GRAVITY ROLLER CONVEYORS 



SHAFTING 

COUPLINGS 

BEARINGS 

COLLARS 

GEARS 

SPROCKETS 

CHAIN 

FRICTION CLUTCHES 

SCREW CONVEYORS 

GRAVITY SYSTEMS 

SPIRAL CHUTES 

PULLEYS, Wood, 



BELT CONVEYORS 
BUCKET ELEVATORS, 

CHAIN and BELT 
SCREENS, CONICAL-CYLIN- 
DRICAL-HEXAGON 
FEEDERS, AUTOMATIC 
STEEL PAN CONVEYORS 
CLIMAX "IMPROVED LENIX" 
SHORT CENTER BELT 

DRIVES 
CAR PULLERS 
WINCHES 
Cast Iron and Steel 



TELEPHONE SUTTER 5614 



Main Office and Works: 
11 MINNA ST. NEAR FIRST :: :; 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Power 
Pumps 



—Triplex 

— ROTREX 

—Centrifugal 



FOR ALL 
PRESSURES 
AND PURPOSES 




Dow-Herriman Co. 



Factory: 
PETALUMA. CALIF. 



San Francisco office and Warehouse: 
140 HOWARD STREET 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



Transmission Equipment 

Mill or Fas^ciory 




CONVEYING.ELEVATING, SCREENING 
AND MECHANICAL POWER TRANSMITTING 

M ACH IN ERY 



SANFRANCISCO SEATTLE PORTLAND LOS ANGELES 

660 Mission ftreet 558 First Ave. ?o 67 Front Street. San Pedro iE 3rd ft. 



ECCLES & SMITH CO- 

High Grade Machine Tools 

Complete Garage Equipments 
Shop Supplies 



71 FIRST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 

Telephone Kearny 1267 



SANFRANCISCO - LOS ANGELES - PORTLAND - SEATTLE 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 




Fairbanks Scales 

Oil Engines 



STATIONARY and MARINE 



Steam Pumps 

Electric Motors and Generators 

Railway Equipment 

Supplies 

Fairbanks-Morse & Co. 

651 MISSION ST. DOUGLAS 3585 



Contractors' Machinery 

INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 
COMPLETE CONTRACTORS PLANTS 



INSLEY GRAVITY PLANTS— 

Hoist Buckets, Hoppers, Chutes, Gates 
Skips, Concrete Cars, Industrial Steel 
Cars and Track. 

STEEL DERRICKS— 

Ransome Concrete Mixers, Pavers, Etc. 
Oshkosh Concrete Mixers and Saw Rigs 
Mundy's Hoisting Machinery 
Erie Revolving Steam Shovels 
Kennedy Crusher Plants and Equipment 
Continental Dump Cars 
Dobbie Derricks, Etc. 

Evevythiu(f Used By CoHfracfors 



GARFIELD & CO. 



1232 Hearst Bldg. phone sutter io36 San Francisco 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 




EVERLASTING BLOW-OFF-VALVES 



AGENTS FOR 

EVERLASTING BLOW- 
OFF-VALVES 

WM. POWELL CO.'S 

VALVES 

FISHER and Steam 
SWARTWOUT Specialties 

ENGINEERS' STEAM- 
FITTERS' and MACHIN- 
ISTS' SUPPLIES 

TRANSMISSION and 
CONVEYING 
MACHINERY 



GENERAL MACHINERY and SUPPLY COMPANY 

OFFICES AND STORE 

39-51 STEVENSON STREET 

WAREHOUSES 

36-48 ECKER STREET, and 4th STREET at CHINA BASIN 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 



TELEPHONE private exchange SUTTER 6750 



SEND US YOUR INQUIRIES 



HoRSFORD Bros. Co. 

235 Mission Street 



Hangers 

Shaftings 

Couplings 




Steel 
Wood 
Pulleys 



Povc^er Transmission Appliances 
Mill Supplies 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 




PORTABLE 
TOOLS 



AIR AND ELECTRIC 

PISTON AIR DRILLS, WOOD BORING MACHINES, CLOSE CORNER 
DRILLS; PNEUMATIC RIVETING, CHIPPING, CAULKING, SCAL- 
ING AND FLUE BEADING HAMMERS, RIVET CUTTERS; SAND 
RAMMERS; PNEUMATIC MOTOR HOISTS, AIR HOSE; COUPLINGS 
AND ACCESSORIES, ELECTRIC DRILLS AND GRINDERS. 

COMPLETE STOCK CARRIED HERE 



Independent Pneumatic Tool Company of California 

61 Fremont Street Telephone Kearny 1957 











Air Compressors 

Blowers Boilers 

Concentrators 

Concrete Mixers 

Contractors Equipment 

Conveyors Derricks 

JARDINE Dragline 

Excavator Equipment 

Drills 

Engines — Gasoline and Stesun 

Hoisting Engines 

Locomotives 

Logging Equipment 

Mills of All Kinds 

Mining Machinery of Every 

Description 

Power Equipment 

Pumps — Steam and Power 

Rail Rock Crushers 

Saw Mill Equipment 

Steam Shovels 


JARDINE 

MACHINERY 

COMPANY 

115-125 MAIN STREET 




REBUILT USED 
MACHINERY 













MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



KROGH 
PUMPS 



FOR 



MINES 

WATERWORKS 

RECLAMATION 

DREDGING 

IRRIGATION 

ALL PURPOSES 




Whether for High Pressure or Low Pressure They 

Are Always Efficient 
and Dependable 




WriU Us Your Needs 



KROGH PUMP AND 
MACHINERY CO. 

147-159 BEALE ST. 

SAN FRANCISCO - - - - CALIF. 



CHAS. C. MOORE & CO., ENGINEERS 

Contractors for Complete Plants 

HIGH GRADE MACHINERY 



The Babcock & Wilcox Co. Water tube 

boilers 
Corliss, High speed, and Poppet valve 

engines 
Babcock & Wilcox superheaters 
Green's fuel economizers 
Wheeler Condenser & Engineering Co. 

Condensing machinery 
Cochrane feed water heaters 
Sorge-Cochrane feed water softeners 
Cochrane feed water metering heaters 



Cochrane steam separators 

Reilly evaporators, distillers and 

water heaters 
Griscom-Russel multiwhirl coolers 
Moore automatic fuel oil regulators 
Diamond soot blowers 
Lagonda tube cleaners 
Copes feed water regulators 
Lagonda automatic boiler stop valves 
Leslie reducing valves 
Turner oil filters 



And AH Power Plant Auxiliaries 

Address our nearest office for catalogs 
and complete information 

Home Office: SAN FRANCISCO, Sheldon Building 

New York City, Hudson Terminal Bldg. 
Los Angeles, I. N. Van Nuys Bldg. Seattle, L. C. Smith Bldg. 

Salt Lake City, 705-6 Keams Bldg. Tucson, 21 South Stone Ave. 

Honolulu, T. H. 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



MORSE CHAIN COMPANY 


ITHACA 


N. Y. 


Belting— SUent Chain 


Chains^Sprocket Wheel 


Chains— Power Transmission 


Gears — Spring 


Chains^Silent (Rocker-joint) 


Sprockets — Spring 


Drives — Silent Chain 


Gears — Compensating 


Chains — Drive 


Sprockets — Compensating 


Transmission— Silent Chain 


Chains — Block 


Machinery — Trans'n (Power) 


Chains — Bicycle (Twin-roller) 


Gears — Silent Chain 


Chains — Automobile Engine 


Sprockets — Silent Chain 


Chains — Agricultural 


T. S. WATTERS, 


Representative 


MONADNOCK BUILDING | 


681 Market Street 


Phone Sutter 1975 



Fuller & Johnson Engines 




GASOLINE 
DISTILLATE KEROSENE 



1 1-2 TO 2 S Horse Power 



Galvanized STAR Windmills 

NO-OIL-EM BEARINGS 



LEADER WATER SYSTEMS 

RUNNING WATER UNDER PRESSURE IN 
YOUR COUNTRY HOME. RUN BY GASO- 
LINE, ELECTRICITY OR HAND. EASY TO 
OPERATE AND SANITARY. 



HAND and POWER PUMPS 

IRON PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS, 

VALVES AND GENERAL WATER 

SUPPLY GOODS. 



PACIFIC PUMP & SUPPLY CO. 

Wholesale Dealers 

853 Folsom Street San Francisco, Cal. 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



— G. W. PRICE = 

Pump and Engine Company 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
HIGH GRADE PUMPING AND POWER MACHINERY 

PUMP CAPACITIES FROM 10 GALLONS PER 
MINUTE TO 100,000 GALLONS PER MINUTE 

TYPE "B. B." (Newly Invented) FITTED WITH BALL 
BEARINGS ALL OVER TO TAKE CARE OF LOAD 
AND THRUST 

TYPE "S. S." LATEST MODEL OF DOUBLE BEARING 
DOUBLE SUCTION HAVING SHELL DIVIDED ALONG 
AXIS OF PUMPS 

FULL LINE OF GAS AND OIL ENGINES 
EVERYTHING FOR IRRIGATION. WRITE US 

PROMPT DELIVERIES 

33 STEVENSON STREET :: :: SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. 




Manufacturer of PERFECT SPIRAL and RIBBON CONVEYOR 



P. H. REARDON 



PULLEYS 


57 FIRST STREET 


PIPE 


HANGERS 


SAN FRANCISCO 


FITTINGS 


SHAFTING 


PHONE SUTTER 
1037 


VALVES 



Compressed Air and General Machiner;^ 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 





STERLING" CENT.^IFUGAL 



MARSH" STEAM 



SIMONDS MACHINERY CO, 



U7-121 New Montgomery Street 
SAN FRANCISCO 

T ELEPHONE KEARNY 1457 

ALSO 

"LUITWIELER" 
Non-Pulsating, Deep Well Pumps 




;*KE\VANEE" 
Water Supply Systems 




DEMING ■ TRIPLEX 



•HILL" DEEPWELL 




"sgP A.H.SIMPSON COmcwa 







THE HOUSE 
OF REBUILT MACHINERY 

A. H. Simpson Co. 

129 FREMONT STREET, S. F. 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 




FIRST ST. at NATOMA 
SAN FRANCISCO 



500 E. THIRD STREET 
LOS ANGELES 



THE F. 0. STALLMAN SUPPLY CO. 



=HIGH GRADE- 



Machine Tools & Supplies 



AGENTS FOR 



BARBER COLMAN COMPANY 
KEARNEY & TRECKER CO. 
GISHOLT MACHINE CO. 
RIVETT LATHE & GRINDER CO. 
THOMPSON GRINDER CO. 



GEAR HOBBERS 

MILWAUKEE MILLING MACHINES 
TURRET LATHES— BORING MILLS 
PRECISION LATHES 
UNIVERSAL GRINDERS 



SULLIVAN MACHINERY CO. 



Air Compressors 
Rock Drill s 
Drill Sharpeners 
Diamond Drills 
Diamond 
Drill Con- 
tracting 





Drill Steel Furnaces 



MACHINES AND PARTS 
Carried in San Francisco Stock 

Warehouse: 46 NATOMA ST. 
Office: HOBART BUILDING 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



The Wellman - Seaver ■ Morgan Company 

COAL AND ORE HANDLING MACHINERY: 

Traveling Bridges with Grab Bucl<ets, W. S. M. Unloaders, Car Dumpers, Car 
Haulages. Transfer Cars, Bucket Handling Cranes, Revolving Derricks, Hlx- 
cavating Buckets, etc. 

SPECIAL CRANES FOR: 

Marine work with pontoons, concrete handling, shipbuilding, steel plant 
service, and where special equipment is required. 

HYDRAULIC TURBINES: 

Horizontal or Vertical with spiral or steel plate cylindrical casings, or for 
open flume settings. Equipped with cast steel, cast Iron or bronze runners, 
designed for the highest efficiencies. Hydraulic Valves. 

HOISTING AND MINING MACHINERY: 

steam or Electric Hoisting Plants, Cages and Skips, Revolving Car Tipples, 
Akron Chilian Mills, Safety Detaching Hooks. 

STEEL WORKS EQUIPMENT: 

Hughes Mechanical Gas Producers and Valves, Open Hearth Furnaces and 
Metal Mixers, Continuous Heating Furnaces with Pushers, Charging Machines 
— High, Low and Crane Types, Maniplators for wheels, blooms, slabs, etc., 
Forter Gas and Air Valves, Gantry Cranes, Special Cranes for Heavy Work. 

COKE OVEN MACHINERY 

Coal Levelers, Door Extractors, Coke Quenchers, Coke Pushers, Coke Loaders. 

STESri CASTUrOS 

RUBBER MACHINERY, W.S.M. Hydraulic Tire Presses, Rubber Calenders, Mixing 
and Grinding Mills. Tubing Machines, Vulcanizing Presses, Tire Applying 
Presses, Molds and Cores, Iron and Steel Castings. 



The Wellman - Seaver - Morgan Company 

Norman S. Ross, Mgr. 
RIALTO BUILDING Telephone Sutter 2206 



20th Century Mixers, Pavers, 
Hoists, Concrete Carts, Gas- 
oline AND Kerosene Engines 

IRQUOIS STEAM ROLLERS, SCARIFIERS, ASPHALT PLANTS, 
TOOLS and EQUIPMENT. METAL WHEELS, ALL KINDS 

NORRIS K. DAVIS 

Telephone MARKET 1675 
7th, HARRISON & LANGTON STS. .-. SAN FRANCISCO 



The Eby Machinery Co. 

SAWMILL and WOODWORKING MACHINERY, 
DOWEL DOOR MACHINERY, SHINGLE MACHINERY, 
LINK BELTING, SPROCKET WHEjELS 

MANUAL TR AINING and PATTERN SHOP MACHINES, Etc., Etc. 

:^5 to 41 31 AIN ST. .-. SAN ITIA.\( IS( () 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



GENERAL MACHINE WORK 

Repairing and Making of 

MARINE AND STATIONERY ENGINES, PUMPS AND OTHER MACHINERY 

PIPE THREADED AND MADE UP TO SKETCH 

JOBBING 

C. H. EVANS & CO., Inc. 

MACHINE WORKS 

187 FREMONT St., San Francisco Telephone Kearny 1328 



W. T. GARRATT & CO. 

ESTABLISHED 1850 

BRASS and BELL FOUNDRY, MACHINE and HYDRAULIC WORKS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 
Qarratt Water Gate Valves, Garratt Marine Valves, Qarratt Deep Well Pumps, 
Qarratt Jackhead Mining Pumps, Hooker Double Acting Pumps, Hooker Ship 
Pumps, Garratt Hand Pumps, Brass Fittings Screwed and Flanged, Steam 
Engine Supplies, Gas and Water Works Supplies, Church and School Bells, 
Gongs. Heavy Machine Work and Quantity Brass Work. Brass Castings up to 
5 Ton Units. 

277=299 Fremont Street : : San Francisco, California 



TRADE MARK 



C. W. MARWEDEL 



E S T A BLISH E D IK;-: 



TOOLS SHOP SUPPLIES 



BRASS : COPPER : STEEL : ALUMINUM : BRONZE 

IN SHEETS, RODS, TUBES and WIRE 

76 FIRST STREET TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 4180 



Complete Machinery Equipment 

^i=^0 R = 

GARAGES, MACHINE SHOPS, FOUNDRIES 
SHIPBUILDING PLANTS ETC. 

Write for Catalogs. 

SiV\ITM=BOOTH=L;SHER CO. 

50-60 FREMONT ST. 228 CENTRAL AVE. 

San Francisco Taft Los Angeles 



MACHINERY AND TOOLS 



Herberts Machinery & Supply Co. 



Engine La»hes 
Milling Machines 
Screw Machines 
Turret Lathes 
Power Punch Presses 
Drill Presses 



Machine Tools 

Woodworking Machinery 



Shapers 

Universal Grinders 
Drill Grinders 
Cylinder Grinders 
Pulleys, Band Saws 
and Saw Tables 



Cor. 1st and Minna 



Telephone Sutter 4967 



F R R D 


WARD 

Headquarters for 


& sorsf 


HIGH GRADE MACHINE TOOLS and SUPPLIES 


TOOL GRINDERS 
PLANERS 
RADLAL DRILLS 
UPRIGHT DRILLS 
SHAPERS 

MILLING MACHINES 
TURRET LATHES 
ENGINE LATHES 


POWER HACK SAWS 
ELECTRIC DRILLS 
ELECTRIC GRINDERS 
BORING MILLS 
PUNCHES and SHEARS 
MILLING CUTTERS 
CORUNDUM WHEELS 
CARBORUNDUM WHEELS 


EMERY CLOTH 
MACHINE SCREWS 
TWIST DRILLS and TATS 
CAP and SET SCREWS 
MACHINE SCREW NUTS 
PLATERS SUPPLIES 
SMALL TOOLS 
GENERAL SHOP SUPPLIES 


Te'. SUTTER 783 


170-174 FIRST ST., SAN 


FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Western Pipe & Steel Co. of California 

RIVETED STEEL, IRRIGATION. WELL and 
CULVERT PIPE, OIL and WATER STORAGE 
TANKS, GAS HOLDERS, PENSTOCKS. Etc. 

Gene..! Office 

444 MARKET STREET 

F.ctoric. 

RICHMOND : LOS ANGELES : FRESNO : TAFT 




Pyramid Pumps 

33 Fremont St. 



PUMPS 

For IrriKation— Power, Belt, 
Electricity, Air, Vacuum, Ship, 
Spray, Wine, Oil, Mines, Steam 
Water Works. Wind Mills. 
Road Sprinkling, Rams, Hand, 
Deep and Shallow Well Pumps, 
Gould's Celebrated Triplex 
Pump. W. & L. Pneumatic 
Water Supply Systems, Pipe, 
Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods. 
Tanks, Gasoline Engines. Send 
for catalog— mailed free. 

Woodin & Littl6 
Pump Hou se 




Hercules Gasoline Engines 1'., to 12 H.P. 

San Francisco, California 



METAL 



John Finn Metal Works 

384 Second Sf., San Francisco, Cal. 

Branch Colman Building, Seattle, Wasliington 



Efficiency and Economy 
Proved 



Universally Known John Finn's 

Special Armature Babbitt Metal 

No Service to Serve 



Finn's Air Separated Zinc Dust 

Where Given a Mill Test has 

Subsequently Been Adopted in 

Regular Operation 



METALS 

Babbitt-Solder-Newspaper, Tin 
Lead and Spelter 



WE SOLICIT YOUR INQUIRIES 



METAL 



National S 


melting 


Corporation 




INGOT COPPER 
INGOT BRASS 
PIG TIN 
SLAB ZINC 


TITANIC 


PIG LEAD 
CALKING LEAD 
BABBITT METALS 
TYPE METALS 






METAL 












554 BRYANT STREET 


TELEPHONE SUTTER 6605 











PACIFIC METAL WORKS 



JOHN W. HEIOT, PRESIDENT ~ - BRANCH, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 

SOLDER FOR TINNERS, PLtJIVIBERS 
AND METAL ROOFERS 

CANNERS' SOLDER A SPECIALTY 
WIRE, TRIANGULAR STICK, DROP, Etc. 

153-159 FIRST ST., San Francisco IVtTeh 608 



METAL CUTTING 




Ten Reasons 

WHY 

THE 

NAPIER 

Metal-Cutting 
Mac hine 

Cuts Your 
Metal-Cutting Costs 

1. It cuts fast and smooth. 

2. Its work is straight, accu- 
tatt ami clean. 

3. Itrciuiicsnoskilltorun 

4. It costs less to operate. 

5. It is built strong and 
rugged. 

6. Its power consumption is 
very small. 

7. Its band! are efScient and 
long wearing. 

S, It presents no danger to 

9. It is Bnished like a ma- 
chine tool. 
10. It needs no repairs or 
looking after. 

ASK 1(1 SKK IHl.S .MACHr.l P mI | K MION // Cuh MelalCulling Coils. 

THE CHARLES A. DOWD SALES CO. 

320 Market Street :: :: San Francisco, California 

PACIFIC COAST DISTRIBUTORS, METAL SAW & MACHINE COMPANY. INC. 



MILK DEALERS 



UNITED MILK CO 

"BOSSY BRAND" 

PURE PASTEURIZED 

MILK AND CREAM 



ALSO 



SLEEPY HOLLOW and DIXON 
CERTIFIED MILKS 

IF THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT 

WE HAVE IT 



Telephone Park 6400 



3201 SIXTEENTH STEET 

CORNER GUERRERO 



MULTIGRAPHING 



for better- 



MULTIGRAPHING 

MIMEOGRAPHING 

ADDRESSING 

Call KEARNY 2782 

BEANSTON LETTER COMPANY 

Wl MONTGOMERY STREET 



NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES 



Newspaper 
Advertising 



C W. R. BARANGER CO. represent the leading newspaper 
in every important jobbing center in the United States. 

€1, They will render a complete analysis of any market as to the 
sales possibilities of any product. 

519-520 EXAMINER BUILDING .-. Phone GARFIELD 130 



HS- CROCKER Co Inc. 

Ane Loose Lieaf House of Jan Francisco 
Manufacturers or 

Loose Leaf Ledgers 

ana Account Books • Bank Outfits and 

County Records • Omce 

Stationery 



565-571 MARKET STREET 

LOS ANGELES OAKLAND SACRAMENTO 

723-725 Hill St. 1444 Broadway 208-210 J Street 



OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES 




Think of Rucker-Fuller 

If you are planning an office, 
or re-furnishing your pres- 
ent office, or expanding 
into larger off ices --- just 
think "Rucker- Fuller." 
You naturally desire good 
furnishings at reasonable 
cost. And, in addition, 
real Rucker-Fuller service. 



A courteous Rucker-Fuller equipment-engineer is 
ever ready to explain best systems and demonstrate 
the excellency of our superior office furniture. 



To reach an expert 
in any department. 
Phone Douglas 

3 7 



Co. 



677 Mission St. 
San Francisco 



General Office Furnishings — Files and Supplies 
— School, Church and Theater Seating 



WESTERN DISTRIBUTORS for SHAW-WALKER FILING DEVICES 



OFFICE EQUIPMENT 




Office and Bank Equipment 

Desks, Filing Equipment and Filing Supplies 
Safes and Safe Deposit Boxes 

EDWARD BARRY COMPANY 

Salesroom: 566-8 California St. Telephone SUTTER 2755 



OIL REFINERS 



Master Refining Company 

WE MANUFACTURE OILS AND GREASES FOR EVERY PURPOSE 
FOR SUCCESSFUL LUBRICATION USE MASTER OILS 



Hobart Building SUTTER 6080 



OIL WELL SUPPLIES 



CHAS. M. WOODS & CO. 

Oil Well Supplies 

BOILERS ENGINES TOOLS 

MINING MACHINERY 

WIRE ROPE STEEL RAILS 



Hobart Building 

PHOXE SITTER 74«5 SA> FRANCISCO 

Warehouse and Yard: TAFT, TALIF. 



PAINT MANUFACTURERS 



W. p. FULLER & CO. 



DEALERS IN 



PAINTS . OILS 
GLASS 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Pioneer White Lead, Mixed Paints, 
Varnishes, Mirrors, Etc. 

• • 

301 Mission Street 

SAN FRANCISCO, - - CALIF. 



AT HOME ABROAD ON LAND ON SEA IN THE AIR 



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PAINTS-VARNISHES-COlOnS-INSECTICIDES 



Original 
Makers 



^F^BOUSEHOLD riNISHE^W 



. . . Sole . . . 
Manufacturers 



THE FAMOUS CREEN LABEL LINE 



THE GLIDDEN COMPANY 

OF CALIFORNIA 



MARKET 200 



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PAINT MANUFACTURERS 



Sherwin-Williams 

Products 

Paints Pigments 

Varnishes Chemicals 
Dyestuffs Disinfectants 
Colors Wood Preservatives 

Insecticides 

The Sherwin-Williams Co. 

Pacific Coast Distribution Points: 

SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES PASADENA EMERYVILLE 

PORTLAND SEATTLE SPOKANE 

Offices : General Offices and Plant: 

466 Second St., San Francisco, Cal. Shellmound Ave. & Norton St., Emeryville, Cal- 

Phones: Kearny 1560 and 1561 Phone Piedmont 885 




National Paint CS, Oil Co. 

C. C. BUYLAN, I'BKsiiiKM 

cTVIanufacturers sf 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc. 

Damp Proofing and Fireproof Paints 
666-668 HOWARD ST. SAN FRANCISCO 



cf Viamcd 
in S)ireeton( 



«13.(iOS 

l!ll,i <10.7i< 

1 1(14 «07.S4C 

I iil.s iOi.iSS 

1 IIK I9*,77i 

IBll 189,853 

mm 186.148 

mnn 175,414 

m08 187,070 

1907 150,744 



PAPER PRODUCTS 



National Paper Products 



A* 



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A* 



National Corrugated and Solid Fibre Shipping 
Cases ■y' Corrugated Specialties ^ Mailing Tubes 
Fibre Cans j^ Paper Specialties >** Envelopes 
Public Service Paper Towels, Sop-O-Zon Liquid 
Soap -i* Chemical Disinfectants -4* Pest Poisons 



NATIONAL PAPER PRODUCTS COMPANY 

1789 Montgomery Street San Francisco, California 

Telephone Sutter 7031 

Plants at STOCKTON, LOS ANGELES, CHICAGO, ILL. 
BROCKVILLE, ONT., CARTHAGE. N. Y., NEW YORK CITY 



PHONOGRAPHS 



Pacific Coast Distributors 




R OF PHONOGRAPHS 



THE NORRIS ALISTER-BALL CO. 

W. J. BROWNE 

Western Representative 



150 POST STREET 
San Francisco 



Telephone 
KEARNY 266 



STOCK CARRIED IN SAN FRANCISCO 



PIPE TANKS AND SILOS 



REDWOOD MANUFACTURERS CO. 

HOBART BUILDING 


SOLE MAKERS OF 

REMCO 

PIPE - TANKS - SILOS 


Phone Garfield 1910 



PLUMBERS' SUPPLIES 




Great Western Supply Co. 

549 Howard St., San Francisco 

VALVES -FITTINGS PIPE 

MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES 
HOSE : BELTING : PACKING 

PHONES SUTTER 4447-4448 




PRINTERS 



The Recorder Printing and Publishing Co. 

Service and Quality Printers for 20 years 

Printing, Publishing, Book-Binding, Steel Die Engraving 
and Stamping 



689 STEVENSON STREET 

Downtown Office: 77 SUTTER STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 

Telephone Market 1190 



H. S. CROCKER CO., Inc. 

7Ae Loose Leaf House of San Francisco 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS and ACCOUNT BOOKS 
BANK OUTFITS and COUNTY RECORDS 
OFFICE STATIONERY 



565-571 MARKET STREET 



PUMPS 




180 ^0 4500 

OAtLOHS 
PER MINUTE 




LAYNE&BOWLER 

TURBINE CENTRIFUGAL 

RUMPS 

-dive most dependable 
service 
over 6000 in use 

Layne Sc Bowler Corpi 

900 Santa Fe Ave. 

LcxrAn^elej" 

*Cal. 



ASK FOR ILLUXTRATED FOLDER HQ40 



SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE: 

1101 Merchants National Bank Building 




CABLE & TELEGRAPH ADDRESS 
"OOWDIESEL" 



ABC CODE. 4tli EDITION, BENTLEYS 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CODE 



Dow Pump and Diesel Engine Co. 



Established 1880 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



DIESELTYPE OIL ENGINES 

PUMPING MACHINERY 

PUMPS 

Air + Centrifugal + Deep Well + Irrigation + Oil 
Sinking + Duplex + Vacuum + Horizontal - Vertical 

SEND FOR CATALOGUES 



Pacific Northwest Representative: 

PACIFIC NET & TWINE CO. 

SEATTLE. WASH. 



General Offices and Works: Alameda, California 
Sales Offices: 311 California St., San Francisco 



REFRIGERATION 



Rcfr<i<cra(init Machinery, Dairy Machinery. Ammonia. Cooling Towers, Cold Storage Rooms, 

Insulating Materials, Creamery Machinery, Pipe and Fittings, 

Lubricating Oils, 

Marshall & Marshall, Inc. 

Refrigerating Engineers 

325-335 Pacific Street 

DAY AND NICHT .SKRVICE 
Office Phone Douglas 2498 



HS- CROCKER Co Inc. 

Tne Lioose L,eaf rlouse of San Francisco 



=MANUFACTURERS OF= 



Loose Leaf Ledgers 


and Account Books 


Bank Outfits and 


County 


Records 


Office S 


tationery 



Telephone T>ouglas 5800 

565-571 MARKET ST. 

LOS ANGELES OAKLAND SACRAMENTO 

723-725 Hill St. 1444 Broadway 208-210 J Street 



REAL ESTATE 



GEORGE U. HIND L. L. GREENWELL 

President Vice-President and Mnnayer 



HIND 

COMPANY 



245 Montgomery St. 

Telephone Douglas 573 

REAL 
ESTATE 

Selling 
Renting 
Leasing 
Investments 
Care of Estates 

INSURANCE 

Fire 

Bonds 

Marine 

Casualty 
Automobile 



RUBBER GOODS 





The B. F. Goodrich Rubber Co. 

401 MISSION STREET PHONE SUTTER 5161 




















A UTOMOBILE, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE and 
O^ BICYCLE TIRES. -SJt HOSE, BELTING, 
PACKING, MOULDED GOODS, RUBBER TIL- 
ING, MATTING. -3%. DRUGGISTS' RUBBER 
SUNDRIES, HOT WATER BOTTLES, 
SYRINGES, TUBING, RUBBER CEMENTS. 




The Diamond Rubber Company 

401 MISSION STREET tIncorpDrated) PHONE SUTTER 5161 

AUTOMOBILE, MOTORCYCLE and BICYCLE TIRES 
HOSE BELTING PACKING MOULDED GOODS 





The Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co. 



Belting 

RUBBER ; Hose 

Packing 

43-47 Fremont St. 
San Francisco, California 



RUBBER GOODS 



R. H. PEASE, President and Treasurer 



Goodyear Rubber 
Company 

NO CONNECTION WITH OTHER FIRMS USING THE NAME 'GOODYEAR- 

BELTING -PACKING .. HOSE 
Rubber Boots and Shoes • • Keds 
Oiled Clothing •• "Slip ons" 

539 MISSION STREET 

Rubber Factory in San Francisco 



RUBBER 



BELTING 


HOSE 


PACKING 


FOR TRANSMISSION 


FOR WATER 


Sheet and Piston 


CONVEYORS 
ELEVATORS 

Rubber Sundries 


" STEAM 
" AIR 

" CHEMICALS 
■ FIRE 


FOR COLD WATER 
" STEAM 
• OIL 


RUBBER VALVES 

MOLD WORK 


" GARDEN 
■ OIL 


o - 


BUMPERS 


• AUTO RADIATOR 


MATS and MATTING 


'' TRUCK 

WHEEL TIRES 


" SUCTION 


and INTERLOCKING 


CEMENT 


" VACUUM 


RUBBER TILING 



New York Belting and Packing Co. 

ESTABLISHED 1846 
Branches and Agencies in all Principal Cities 

519 Mission St. (Phone Douglas 183?! San Francisco. 



RUBBER GOODS 



United States Rubber Company 

SAN FRANCISCO BRANCH .'. 300-336 SECOND ST. 



Automobile Tires 

Truck Tires 

Motorcycle Tires 

Aeroplane Tires 

Druggists' Sundries 

Rain Clothing 





Mech. Rubber Goods 

Boots & Shoes 

Uskide Soles 

Rubber Heels, Keds 

Miscellaneous 

Rubber Goods 




RUBBER STAMPS 




SCALES 



HOWE SCALES 

AUTOMATIC 

COMPUTING 

RAILROAD TRACK 
AUTO TRUCK 
WAGON 

DORMANT 
PORTABLE 

COUNTER 



TRUCKS Two and Four Wheeled TllUdVO 



Refrigerator Counters and Refrigerators 

BUTCHERS' SUPPLIES 

Slaughter House Equipment 
Market Fixtures 

Troemner's Electric Meat Choppers 
and Coffee Mills 



SAFES FIREPROOF SAFES 



THE HOWE SCALE COMPANY 

521 MISSION STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



SHEET METAL WORKS 



ESTABLISHED 1875 



FORDERER CORNICE WORKS 

Fireproof Metal Window Frames and Sashes 

SHEET METAL WORKS HOLLOW METAL DOORS COPPER AND ZINC 

ARCHITECTURAL AND TRIM. ORNAMENTS 

METAL WINDOWS ROOFING 

FIRE DOORS APPROVED PATENTED VENTILATED CORNICE METAL 

BY FIRE UNDERWRITERS SKYLIGHTS. VENTILATORS KALAMEIN IRON DOORS 



CORNER POTRERO AVENUE and 16th ST. Tel. MARKET 546 



PRINTERS 

BOOKBINDERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

STATIONERS 

LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS 
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES 



HS- CROCKER Co Inc. 

565-571 MARKET STREET 

Telephone T>ouglas 5800 

ALSO AT 

LOS ANGELES OAKLAND SACRAMENTO 



SHIPBUILDING 



BETHLEHEM 

Shipbuilding Corporation, Ltd. 

Ilninn Pliint Potr^roWorks--AlamedaWorks--Hunters Point 

UlllUll 1 lit 11 L SAN F R A N C 1 S C; O , CALIFORNIA 



Marine Turbines(Curtis) Modern Gold Dredgers 
Marine Diesel Engines Steel Hulls 

Reciprocating Engines Water-Tight Doors and 
Scotch Boilers . Hatches 

Yarrow Water Tube Mechanical Fuel Oil 

Boilers Burners 

Auxiliary Machinery Steel Railway Coaches 

Mining and Special Machinery 

SHIP SHIP 

BUILDING REPAIRING 

Union Plant's Complete Facilities: 

2 GRAVING DOCKS 

17 Building Ways 4 Floating Dry Docks 

3 Work Barges 2 Marine Railways 3 Shearlegs 

10,000 LINEAL FEET OF WHARFAGE 
70 MODERN FIREPROOF BUILDINGS 

With Modern Machinery 

1,500,000 SO. FT. OF FLOOR SPACE 



The complete Jacilities oj the Union Plant are unsurpassed 
on the Pacific Coast, .ill types of construction and repair 
work are performed economically, speedily and efficiently. 

Head Office: Bethlehem, Pa. 

SAN FRANCISCO OFFICES : 
260 California Street 20th and Illinois Streets 



SHIPBUILDING 





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I 



'Designers and 'Builders of All Types of Steel Vessels 




Plant 0} the Moore Shipbuilding Company 



Self Contained Shipyard 
Eight Building Berths 



Completely Equipped Shops 
Brass and Iron Founders 



Four Drydocks with Lifting Capacity up to 24,000 Tons 

DRYDOCKING AND MARINE REPAIRING 

Given Preferred Attention 

Builders of Steam and Diesel Marine Engines, Scotch 
Boilers, Dredging and Hoisting Machinery and Tanks. 

Catalogue of Moore's Patented Fuel Oil Rurning System Mailed on Request 



The Company Hold* Two World's Records in Shipbuilding 



Launched Six VesteU, asgrtgalins 58,200 torn. 
Built and Delivered the 10,000 ton Tanker Vacuun 



One Hour 
I 114 Day 



Shipyard and Main Office 

Oakland, California 

Telephone: LAKESIDIC 5180 



Cable Addr 



San Francisco Shops at 

678 Second Street 

Telephone: KEARNY 5284 

••MOORSIIII'" 



SHIPBUILDING 

Union Construction Co. 

Engineers ana SnipDuilaers 
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 

Main Office at Plant Pkone Lakeside 6300 

Foot of 14th Street, Oakland, California 




saiagiiaiiiinui 

TDir, built for U. S. Shipping Board 



Complete Modern Equipment 
Jor 

Snip Construction and Repairs 
Placer Dredges ror Gold and Xin 
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Crocker - Langlej^ 

SAN FRANCISCO 
CITY DIRECTORY 



1920 



Containing 

an Alphabetical List of 

Business Firms and Private Citizens; 

a Directory of the City and County Officers, 

Churches, Public and Private Schools, 

Secret, Benevolent, Literary, 

and other Associations 

<lA Buyers' Guide 

and a complete 

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

and Revised Street and Avenue 

Guide of the City 



Price, $15.00 



Compiled and Published by 

H. S. CROCKER CO., INC. 

230-240 Brannan Street Telephone Douglas 5800 



A. R. MOULTON, Cranage 



COPYRIGHT 1920 BY H. S. CROCKER CO.. INC BAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 



INDEX TO CONTENTS 



Page 

Alphabetical list of names 277 

Appendix 169 

Benefit Associations 186 

Benevolent Societies 186 

Buildings, Blocks, etc. 1718 

Cemeteries 176 

Classifled Business Directory 1665 

Churches 176 

City and County Government 183 

Colleges and Private Schools 180 

Consults B26 

Exchanges 180 

Federal Government Officers 180 

Fire Department 174 

Hospitals, Homes and Asylums 184 

Improvement Clubs 185 



Page, 

Institutes, Societies, etc 180 

Libraries 176 

Literary 186 

Medical and Dental Colleges 187 

Military 199 

Police Department 174 

Post Office 1295 

Protective Associations 186 

Religious Societies 186 

Schools — Public 199 

Scientific Societies ; 186 

Secret Societies 200 

Social Societies 186 

State Oflflcers and Boards 182 

Street and Avenue Guide 211 

Trade and Labor Organizations 196 

United States Courts and Officers 180 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Page 

Acme Engine Co 89 

Acme Law & Collection Agency 74 

Acme Lumber Co 1838 

Addresserpress 8 

Addressograph Co Side Lines 

Advance-Rumely Thresher Co 9 

Advertising Art Studios 1669 

Alhambra Water Co Left side lines 

Alloc J 1763 

AUis-Chalmers Mfg. Co 128 

Allen, L. D. Inc 17 

Allen Wiley B. Co Listings 

Am. Can Co Listings 

Am. Radiator Co Listings 

Am. Writing Machine Co.. .Bottom lines and 162 

Ames Harris Neville Co Side lines and 37 

Anderson C. A Top lines and 88 

Andrew John H 102 

Andrews Diamond Palace 115 

Anglo-California Trust Co 47-64 

Anglo and London Paris Nat. Bank 49 

Art Slide Studio 1832 

Asbestos Co. of California 11 

Associated Advertising Agency 1669 

Associated Catalogs Bottom lines 

Associated Health Service Side lines, 96. 1804 

Atkins E. C. & Co Listings 

Ault & Wiborg Co 1893 

Austin Western Road Machy. Co 77 

Auto Fender !c Radiator Wks 1688 

Auto Salvage Ic Supply Co 1690 

Bacon Edward H. Co 76 

Bailey Chas. M Listings 

Baird-Bailhache Co Listings 

Baker Hamilton Pacific Co 93 

Inside front cover. 99 

Baker M. C. & Son Listings 

Balderston W. P. Co 1706 

Balfour Guthrie & Co Listings 

Banca PoDolare Fugazi 62 

Bank of California 41 

Barozzi Dryers 1839 

Barry Edward Co 142 

Bateman Wm 1867 

Beanston Letter Co 140 

Beaver Board Companies 69 

Bekins Van & Storage Co 

Right top lines, 160, 1783, 1933 

Belknap Rapid Addressing Systems 8 

Bemie Bro. Bag Co 38 

Benson W. J. Co Listings 

Berger Mfi. Co 110 

Bethlehem Shipbuilding Co 166 

Bishop Caluculation Recorder Co 

Right side lines. 7 

Blackwell. F. E 1916 

Blake Moffltt & Towns Top lines, 1876 

Bolander I. Ph. & Son 1780 

Bosserman & Mortens Co. .Left side lines, 6, 1667 

Brodgen-Becker Co Right top lines 

Brown Edward & Sons 424 

Brown F. M. & Co... Front cover, side lines, 66 

Browne W. J 145 

Brunswicke-Balke-Collender Co 

Bottom lines, 60, 1706 

Builder Daily Pacific Bottom lines, 69 

Building and Engineering News. .. .Bottom lines 

Bullen & Co Bight side lines, 7 

Butler School of Commerce, Right side lines, 74 

Byron Jackson Iron Works Side lines, 118 

Cadillac Motor Cars 

Cadwalader Chase Co 



¥ 



Page 

Cahn Nickelsburg & Co 159 

Caldwell Sales Co 94 

California Artistic Metal * Wire Co 104 

California Clock Co 71, 1734 

California Glue Co Bottom lines, 90 

California Hydraulic Eng. & Supply Co. . . . 122 

California Iron Yards 1825 

California Macaroni Co 118 

California Machinery Co. .-..Left side lines, 123 

California Mill Co 1888 

California Sales Co 1689 

California Wire Cloth Co Listings 

Case J. I. Threshing Mach, Co Listings 

Cassaretto John 1793 

Central Coal Co Side lines, 71 

Cincinnati Time Recording Co 1946 

City Coal Co Listings 

Clark N. & Sons 66 

Clydesdale Motor Truck Co Side lines, 27 

Coast Rock & Gravel Co 63 

Colhurn's 89 

Cole Aero-Eight Motor Cars 17 

Collins M. V 1861 

Collins ft Wobb 123 

Columbia Steel Co 110 

Commercial Camera Co 1744 

ControUograph Co Listings 

Cook H. N. Belting Co Bottom lines. 58 

Cooper Coates & Casey Dry Goods Co. ..Listings 

Cornelv E. A. Inc Side lines. 30 

Cottrell Bros Left top lines 

Crane Co Listings 

Crocker National Bank 43 

Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Co.... Side Lines 

Daily Pacific Builder Bottom lines, 69 

Dairy Delivery Co 661 

Dalton Adding Machine Co 8 

Davidson Ic Leigh 1900 

Davis Norris K, Machine Wka 

134, 1716, 1738. 1743 

Decker Chas. W 1749 

Decker J. Henry 1749 

Degen L. P. Belting Co 69 

DeHaas C. A. & Co Top lines 6-1667 

Delaval Dairy Supply Co 78 

de Roos Henry G 116-1829 

Diamond Palace 115 

Diamond Rubber Co 150 

Dick R. & J. Co 1704-1896 

Dietzgen Eugene Co Top lines 9-82 

Ditty Bros 87 

Dolson & Anderson 1789 

Dominion Asbestos &; Rubber Co 12 

Don Lee — Cadilac 15 

Double Seal Ring Co Side lines 32 

Dow-Herriman Co 124 

Dow Pump Ic Engine Co 83-147 

Dowd Chas. A, Sales Co 138 

Drew Fra-.k B. Co 1716 

Dunham Carrigan & Hayden Co 92 

East & West Export Co Side lines, 100 

Ebv Machinery Co Back sover. 134 

Eccles & Smith Co Top edge, 126 

Edison Dictating Machine Co 80 

Eisenhart John H 1696 

Electric Storage Battery Co Listings 

Elliott Co 8 

Enterprise Foundry Co Ill 

Erskine W. W .• 8-80 

Essex Automobiles 13 

Evans C. H. & Co. ...Right side lines. 136-1769 
ide Battery Co Listings 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Eyre Edward L. & Co Listings 

Fairbanks Morse & Co Bottom lines, 126 

Earnsworth & Ruggles Listings 

Field W. H. Detective Bureau 

Side Unes, 79-1753 

Filmer Bros Bottom lines, 81 

Finn John Metal Works 137 

Firemans Fund Ins. Co Front cover, 101 

First National Bank of S. F Backbone, 45-1699 

Fisher L, P. Adv. Agcy 1669 

Fleishhacker A. & Co Listings 

Forbes John 1665 

Ford & Geirrine Listings 

Forderer Cornice Works 154 

Foster N. & Co 1886 

Frawley Motor Co 21 

French American Bank 63 

Fugazi Banca Popolare 52 

Fuller W. P. & Co 143 

Garfield & Co Bottom lines 126 

Garf ord Motor Truck Co 1692 

Garratt-Callahan Co , 62 

Garratt W. T. & Co " 136 

General Machinery & Supply Co. ...Top lines, 127 

Gerdes Fred C. Storage Co Top lines, 83 

Gibbs Bert F Side lines, 34 

Gignac Secret Service Bureau. .Backbone, 78-1753 

Gilley Schmid Co Side Unes 95 

Gladding McBean Co . . 64 

Glidden Co 143 

Globe Indemnity Co Listings 

Globe-Wernicke Co Side lines 

Goodrich B. F. Rubber Co 143 

Goodyear Rubber Co 151 

Gorham Fire Apparatus Co Front cover. 85 

Grace W. R. & Co Listings 

Graham Jas. Mfg. Co Side lines 160 

Gray Geo. A. Co Side Unes 81 

Great Western Smelting & Refining Co 1851 

Great Western Supply Co 146 

Grifflth-Durney Co Side Unes 70 

Grinnell Co. of the Pacific 85 

Gruss Air Spring Co 28 

Gunn Carle & Co Ill 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Mfg. Co 150 

H. tc M. C, Co 1723 

Hall A. I. Sc Son 787 

Hall Norman F. & Co 1708 

Harris Manly S 1172 

Harrison Food Products Co 1869 

Harrison H. O. Co 13 

Hart Wm. Investigating Bureau 

Side Unes 1764-1822 

Haskins & Sells 1665 

Heald's Business College Listings 

Hendy Joshua Iron Works 121 

Henes Louis G Top and right side Unes, 119 

Heniy Carl A 831-1816 

Herberts Machinery & Supply Co 136 

Herbst Wm. & Co 1733 

Hermann Safe Co 1913 

Herrmann Geo. Co Side lines 158 

Hetty Bros Listings 

Heunisch A. G, Co Listings 

Hibernia Savings & Loan Society 55 

Hind Company Side Unes 149-1816-1900 

Hoagland Wm. W 1760 

Hoffschneider Bros 81 

Holcombe R. A. & Co 168 

Home Mfg. Co Listings 

Horsford Bros. Co 127 

Hotel St. Francis 4-87 

Howe Scale Co 153 

Hudson Automobiles 13 

Humboldt Savings Bank 42 

Hyland Bat Co Bottom Unes, 36 

Ideal Electric TraveUng Oven Co 38 

Independent Fnuematic Tool Co 

.' Bottom lines 128 

IngersoU-Band Co. of Cal 120 

Ink Ribbon Mfg. Co 1814 

International Employment Agcy 1768 

International Harvester Co Listings 

International Radiator Co Bottom Unes 1688 

International Silver Co 886 

International Time Recorder Co 1946 

Italian American Bank 39 

Jackson Byron Iron Works Side lines 118 

Jardine Machinery Co 128 

Johns & Bobbins Listings 

Jones S. L. Co. Inc 96 

Joost Bros 1800 

Jorgensen C. & Co Side Unes 66 

Joshua Hendy Iron Works 121 

Joy Edwin W 167 




Page 

Kane A. J. Detective Agcy. ..Top Unes. 79, 1765 

Kanzee Geo 1832 

Kelly-Linehan Belting Co Top lines 69 

Kenney M, L 1687 

Kerrigan Eugene J .'. 1755 

Keuflfel & Essor Co 80 

Keystone Ornamental Iron ft Bronle Wks. . '. 92 

King Coal Company S.72 

Kirchmann Henry Jr 117 

Kissel Kar ig 

Kneass Geo. W 61 

Kohlwey Smith Alf « Electric Co 1766 

Korbel Boi Factory 1709 

Krogh MfE. Co 129 

Krug P. J 1687 

Lakewood Engineering Co Listings 

Lamb Thomas R, Co 36 

Lane Air Brake Co 1686 

Lansing Co Top Unes, 76 

Larsen L. A Bottom Unes, 69 

Larsen Ralph L 1888 

La Salle Extension University 1916 

Latham, Davis & Co 16 

Layne & Bowler Corp .*.'.!!.'!..',' 147 

Leavitt J. W. Sc Co Listings 

Lee Don — Cadillac 16 

Lehmann Printing Co , 1829 

Levin M. & Sons side lines 114 

Lindauer G 1835 

Linscott DrilUng Co 1769 

Livermore Norman B. & Co Listings 

Locomobile Company <- .Side lines, 28 

Lubbock Harry Detective Agcy 1766 

Macondray & Co Listings 

Main Iron Works 105 

Malott & Peterson "..!!!"*' i781 

Mangrum Se Otter ..'. 

Back bone, 161-1843-1929-19S4-1946 

Mann Mfg. Co 1689 

Marsh & Kidd Corp 1708 

MarshaU & Marshall ! ! . . .148 

Marwedal C W Bottom Lines, 135 

Marwick Mitchell & Co 1666 

Mason By-ProductB Co 1670 

Master Refining Co 142 

Maxwell Motor Cars .' .20 

Mayerle Geo 1777 

McClure D. H. & Co Listinss 

McGraw John Sc Co I90I 

MoKevitt Auto Supply Co 16M 

Meese & Gottfried Co 126 

Mercantile Trust Co M 

Merchants Nat. Bank 46 

MetropoUtan Bedding Co 1848 

Michel !z Pf offer Iron Works 108 

Mission Bank 54 

Mitchell Motor Cars 21 

Modern Auto Painting Co i687 

Moise Klinkner Co Listings 

Montague Pipe Sc Steel Co 112 

Moore Chis C & Co Engineers 129 

Moore Shipbuilding Co 166 

Morgan Spring Co . !i689 

Morse Chain Co 13Q 

Morse Detective & Patrol Service 

Front Cover, 78-1764 

Motor Body Corp 117JJ 

Mullen Mf g Co .liistillKS 

Murray t- Ready Top Lines, 82 

Myers R & L Co Listings 

Nash Motor Cars 14 

National Carbon Co !!...!!!!! .'67 

National Gauge Sc Eciuipment Co .!.i791 

National Ice Cream Co 1811 

National Nitrosoil Co 1778 

National Paint Sc Oil Co Front Cover] 144 

National Paper Products Co Side Lines, 145 

National Smelting Corp 138 

Neal Straford 4 Kerr Listings 

New Parisian Dyeing Sc Cleaning Co 1763 

New York Belting & Packing Co 161 

Newhall H. M. Sc Co 102 

Nippon Dry Goods Co Top Liiies, 80 

Noewish Union Indemnity Co Listings 

O'Connor J. C. Sc Co I6S 

Ocean Shore Iron Works !!!!!!!. 62 

Ohlson Co 6-1666 

Old Mission Portland Cement Co.. 

„, •••■■■: ......Top Lines, 66-1716-1726 

Olsen Lithograph Co 1829-1835 

Ostlund & Johnson 57-1934 

Overland Automobiles Side Lines 23 

Pacific Builder Daily Bottom Lines, 69 

Pacific CoastBoilsr Works 63 

rii in PiMI ITItTiiiiii Works "89 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Page 

Faolfio Coatt Piano Bepair Shop 1886 

PaoiBc Coait St«el Co Back Cover. 107 

PaciHo Felt Cutting & Sewing Co 83 

Paotflo Fire Extinguisher Co 84 

Pacific Foundry Co ...Bottom Linos. 86 

Pacific Insulation & Refrigeration Co. . . .Listings 

Paoiflo Marble tc Granite Works 1847 

Pacific Materials Co 67 

Pacific Ketals Works Side Lines. 138-1850 

Pacific Mill Sc Mine Supply Co 60 

Pacific Nash Motors Co 14 

Pacific Pump 8c Supply Co.... Bottom Lines. 130 

Pacific Boiling Mill Co Back Cover, 108 

Pacific Tank Sc Pipe Co 161 

Patrick & Co 162 

Paquet Louis J 1859 

Peerless Automobile Cars 19 

Perkins D. B 1858 

Petry fc Brandt 1689 

Pinkerton's National Detective Agcy 1754 

Proch Frank J 1802 

Pioneer Motor Co 19 

Pioneer Rubber Mills Listings 

Pittler L 1785 

Plumber W A Mfg Co Back Bone, 36 

Post Frederick Co 161 

Price G. W. Pump Sc Engine Co.. Side Lines. 131 

Producers Hay Co 91 

Ralston Iron Works 104 

Bayfield Carburetors Side Lines. 30 

Raymond Granite Co ...Top Lines. 76 

Reardon P H Bottom Lines, 131 

Recorder Printing & Pub Co.... Top Lines. 146 

Redwood Manufacturers Co 

Back Cover, Top Lines. 146 

Rees Blow Pipe Co 61 

Reliance Trailer Sc Truck Co 1693 

Republic Auto Trucks 19 

Biesener Chocolate Go Listings 

Riker Motor Co 22 

Biley Ernest L 1666 

Bincon Foundry Co 87 

Rix Compressed Air & Drill Co Listings 

Robertson H. H. Co 67 

Robertson John H Front Cover, 1986 

Rodgers Dirtc Mail Adv Bureau 1668 

Boeblings John A Sons Co Listings 

Bogers J B 1782 

Bolph Navigation & Coal Co 73 

Bosa Studio 1747 

Rucker Fuller Desk Co 141 

Rulofson A. C. Co 112 

Salvation Army Industrial Home. . . .Top Lines 

S. F. Brazing tc Welding Co 1968 

S. F. Fender Sc Radiator Works.. Side Lines. 33 

S. F. Law School 1916 

S. F. Savings Sc Loan Society.. 50 

Santa Fo Lumbar Co 1924 

Sohussler Bros Side Lines, 10 

Soott A. W. Co 91-94 

Seibel Air Spring Co 1670 

Service Press 1893 

Sharman Bros 1829 

Sherman Clay Sc Co Listings 

Sherwin-Wililams Co 144 

Shields Harper Co Listings 

Simmons Co 68 

Simonds Machinery Co Side Lines. 132 

Simpsom A. K. Sc Co Bide Lines. 132 

Sims L Gray Iron Works 105 

Sloan jr. R. Co Top Lines, 84 

Smith Jas Co 1877 

Sorensen Sc Co Top Lines 



Page 

Soule Edward I. Co 118 

Sparrows Pattern Shop 1878 

Spaulding J Sc Co 1724 

Sperry Flour Co Listings 

St Franci.i Hotel 4-97 

Stallman F. O. Supply Co Back Cover, 133 

Standard Code Co 1736 

Standard Fence Co 1778 

Stevens-Duryea Motor Cars 17 

Stevens Sc Jose Bottom Lines, 7 

Stewart Products Sc Service Station 

Side Lines, 29 

Suhr H. F. & Co Side Lines, 88-163 

Suhr L Wieboldt Side Lines, 88-163 

Sullivan Machinery Co 133 

Sutro i; Co Listings 

Tayler & Spotwoode Co 133 

Technical Book Co 1709 

Thales Electrical Co 1766 

Thiel Detective Service Co 79-1763 

Thomas F Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning wks..l763 

Three In Oil Co 1799 

Tin Fat i Co 1636 

Troyer R. A 1829 

Union Construction Co 167 

Union Litho Co Listings 

Union Oil Co Listings 

Union Trust Co 44 

United Auto Supply Co 81 

United Electric Vehicle Co 1698 

United Materials Co 68 

United Milk Co Front Edge. 189 

United Pattern Works 1878 

United States Fidelity & Guaranty Listings 

United States Rubber Co 162 

United States Steel Products Co 109 

Van Dorn Electric Tool Co 1764 

Velie Motor Cars 24 

Vulcan Iron Works 114 

Vulcanite Roofing Co 69 

Walker's Collection Agency 74 

Ward Fred & Sons Front Cover. 136 

Wayman WiUiard Co 1697-1817 

Weber C F i Co Listings 

Wellman Seaver Morgan Co 184 

Wells Fargo Nevada Nat Bank 40 

West American Auto Sc Fire Ins Co 35 

West Coast Detective Agcy Top Lines, 80 

Western Abestos Magnesia Co II 

Western Bag Co 38 

Western Builders Supply Co Side Lines, 68 

Western Fuel Co Listings 

Western Iron Works 106 

Western Motors Co 18-20 

Western Pips Sc Steel Co 186 

Western Soil Bacteria Co 1926 

Western Steel Sc Engineering Co.. Side Lines, 83 

Western Union Code Co 1735 

Western Well Works 1896 

Western X-Ray & Equipment Co 1961 

Westinghouse Air Service Co.... Side Lines, 82 

White Bros 117-1801 

White Company 26 

White S. A Side Lines. 88-163 

Wieland Bros 1871 

Will & Finck Top Lines, 77 

Willy-Overland Pacific Co Side Lines, 14 

Wilson W. B 1764 

Wilson W. G. Mr & Mrs 1780 

Wood E. K. Lumber Co 117 

Woodin & Little 186 

Woods Chaa M Sc Co 142 

Wright t Chunn 1877 

Zellerbach Paper Co Top Lines 

Zimmer M Dr 1799 



TVESTERN STEEL & ENGINEERING CO. 

DIAMOND DRILL CONTRACTING 

"bcaven" brand mine drill steel representing united filters corporation 

3S MONTGOMERY ST. (SEE PAGE 83) TEL. SUTTER 6728 



ADDITIONAL NAMES AND REMOVALS 



To Late for Classification 



Ablnantl Harry S bkpr PG&E Ck) r Mill Valley 

Abramowltz Alcon (Mary) driver r 568 Birch 

AbrahamsoD Alex asst buyer Emporium r 327 
Locust 

Adams S B Mrs r 662 Sutter 

AdamsoQ J A with F O Reustrom Co r 772 Noe 

Addlego Frank bootblk r 53 Varennes 

Adlon Apartments 1778 Mission 

Ager C Herbert dlst rek'istrar Business Adin 
Dept LaSalle Extension Univ r 210 Ellis 

Aguirre Juan M mgr SF whse Oldtteld Tire Co 
r 425 Hugo 

Alameda County Pharmaceutical Assn 593 Mar- 
ket 

Albrecht F waiter r 1105 Geary 

Albright Elwood sign artist Emporium r 281 
Granada 

Albro Maxlne coml artist Phelan Bldg r Bur- 
llngame 

Alcone Knitting Mills 451 Washington 

Alderson Alden elk r 172a Turk 

Allen C' D mech F O Reustrom r 63 Judah 
" Kate Mrs r 562 Sutter 
" Saml L (Marie Rl candles 2910, 24th 
" S C promoter r 235 O'ParrclI 

Alter Fred S elk Cal Pkg Corp r 904 Pine 

Alton B DeF solr Call & Post r 4248 Sutter 

Anderberg Chas electu r 32 Sacramento 

Anderson A C salsn Palmolive Co 433 Brannan 
" Allen r 267 San Jose At 
" Frank A r 467 Turk 
" Mark r 334 Mason 

Angell Chas rep L G Balfour Co r 754 Post 

Anslev Chas H elk r 140 Ellis 

Antipin O O Mrs r 562 Sutter 

Arnold A r 562 Sutter 
" Forrest sales mgr F O Renstrom Co r 3467 

Pacific Av 
" Harry B sec-treas H Jones & Co r 1134 Hyde 

Artl Lorenz waiter r 1700 Geary 

Atkins E W with F O Renstrom Co r 879 Turk 

Austin Chas floormkr Emporium r 873 Grove 
" Frank G elk Cal Pkg Corp r 57 Gratton 

Baago Edw lab r 112 Lake 

Backes J H shoemkr r 3322b Fillmore 

Backus Edmond D elk Park-Union Banking Corp 
r Oakland 
" Blija adv dlst and express 97, 0th r S42 
Fulton 

Badger J H salsn r 140 Ellis 

Bailey M P r 1714 Clay 

Bain-Alexander Co 57 Main 

Baker Rov L sales mgr Coast Agencies Ltd r 
41 Post , 

Balfour L G Co (Attleboro. Mass) jewelry Phe- 
lan Bldg 
" Thos lithogr r 1090 Eddy 

Ball Alex B sec Dabney H Watson Corp 

Ballard Jas r 165, 3d • 

Ballinger Wallace A (Geraldine) mgr A U Morse 
& Co r Oakland 

Ealma John baker r 2263 Geary 

Balossine Nicola (.Marie) metlwkr r 1210 York 

Bamford Emma L (wid Jas) r 2817^ 24th 
•' Shirley steno r 2817% 24th 

Banks Harry (Banks-Hotchner Co) r 1263 Val- 
lejo 
" -Hotchner Co mfis agts 681 Market 

Bardvt A gas furnaces 410 Folsom 

Barranso Andrew lAngeliue) (P & W Transfer 
Co) r 3387, 25th 
" Saml (Mary) (P & W Transfer Co) r 3387 
25 th 

Barrett Saml r 1721 Eddy 

Barron Stephen salsn Emporium r 320 Walnut. 

Barrv Jos E (McGraw & Barry) r 1244 Califor- 
nia 
" W elk Cal Notion & Toy Co r 230 Duboce At 

Bastian Wm messgr Pub Library r 142 Wool 

Batt Henry salsn r 321 Grant At 

Battery Specialty Co (C A and H G Graham) 
separators 607 Bryant 

Bauerman B E asst buyer Emporium r 870 Shot- 
well 

Baumann Anton (Autonla) grocer 2799 Bryant 
*• rank creamery 2813, 24th 
" Frank Jr shipwkr r 2813. 24th 
" Fred shipwkr r 2813, 24th 

Baxter John with Emporium r 019 Van Ness Av 

Beasworick John B I Jane) Ironwkr r 2889 Bryant 

Bebergall Sarah (wid Jacob) r 2805, 24th 



Hoggs M S floormgr Emporium r 1955 McAllister 
Hell .Woljih (Sophia) (Bell & Nercnbaum) r 240 

Myrtle 
" & Nerenbaum (A Bell S Nerenbauin) .ladles 

tailors 1435 Polk 
Bender Wm with Emporium r 61 States 
Benedetti Angelo (D Seghieri & Co) r 33 Cook 
Benbolt A Mrs mgr Hotel Cornell r 715 Bush 
Benicia Shipbuilding Corp .507 .Montgomery 
Bennett Elsie .Mrs r 715 Bush 

" Thos J mgr Rex Elec & Eng Co r Oakland 
BennyhofT's Commercial Institute 3 City Ilall Av 
Berg Geo hlpr F Renstrom r 29 Prosper 
Berger Dan (Theresa) woolens 681 .Market r 

4516, 20th 
Berkan C R waiter r 715 Bush 
Berntsen Alvera W r 2631 Bryant 
•• Caroline E (wid Clans) r 1214 Vork 
" Geo (Lllla) lab r 2831 Bryant 
" Hald A mar eng r 1214 York 
Bertolucel Peter (llTrovatore Restaurant) r 5.'!2 

Lombard 
Blanehini Vincent (Service Fender & Radiator 

Ck» r Oakland 
Blggart Percy A tailor r 1284, 2d Av 

" Thos B r 1284, 2a At 
BIrkett Wm buyer Emporium r 1.35 Locust Av 
Birmingham Thos messgr r 140 Ellis 
Blee Clarence E associate engr Cal Eng Co 50" 

Montgomery 
Blewett Wm (Emma) eng r 2755 Bryant 
Blumenthal Geo C mgr Educational Film Corp 
Bockmann J W r 1381 Masonic Av 
Boekenoogen Henry buyer Emporium r 3."i79. 17th 
BogdanoCr Jack hlpr r 949 Rhode Island 
Bohn J F r 205, 28th 

Boleyn John A (Misippo & Boleyn) r 556 Cali- 
fornia 
Bonos Gus shoemkr 2930 Army r 690 Preclta Av 
Borden Wm H mfrs agt 502 Mission r 427 Stock- 
ton 
Borghero August L (Winifred B) police r 1218 

Union 
Borman Wm r 206, 4th At 
Bowden Jos A refreshments 3064 Polk r 3060 

Polk 
Bowen Rupert L salsn Harry N Nelson Co r 

1414 Jockson 
Brackett G F phys Flood Bldg 
Brannagan Arthur J (Helen) drugs 900 Valencia 

r 3688, 20th 
Brant Geo r 321 Grant Av 
Bray John H (Evalyn) chemical engr 610 Clans 

Spreckels Bldg r 1618, 18th At 
Brennan Jos A (Leonard & Breunan Service Bur) 

r 333 Page 
Breslauer Louis with Emporium r 1716 Webster 
Briggs Hanley salsn Baruum & Co Pacific Bldg 
" W O r 140 Ellis 
Brinkman Fred A (Gertrude) (Golden Gate Auto 

Co) r 805 Faxon Av 
Brock H L mgr Auto dept Nat Fire Ins Co of 

Hartford 374 Pine 
Brown Levander with Emporium r Hotel George 
Browusberger Clem with Emporium r 625 Bush 
Bruce Wm E r 140 Ellis 
Brumbaugh John M salsn Fllmusle Co r 1128 

Sacramento 
Brun Louis S eng Cblcago Pneumatic Tool Co r 

4931, 17th 
Buckmau C M salsn F O Renstrom Co r 1242 

Market 
Bullottl Wm lab r 37 Columbus Av 
Burdiek Harry .M (Nellie) r 1740 I'aolflc Av 
Burjor D S Dady Importer 244 California 
Burkholtz Henry Janitor Lick Bldg 
Burmingham John messgr r 140 Ellis 
Buruside MInette Mrs chiropractor S'lO Market 

r 1242 Polk 
Buneman Albert J bkpr r 1057 Cole 
Butler Geo elk r 640 Precita Av 
" Leona Mrs elk r 140 Ellis 
Buttlar Chas salsn Hnnan & Son r Oakland 
Buyer D S D r 562 Sutter 
Byrne John T (Margaret) lab r 2913. 25th 
Cabin John musician r 56 Eddy 
CaiUeaud Henry sec DeMartinl Motor Truck Co 

r 1230 Sacramento 
fnllfornia Traffic Ottleers Assn 1020 Market 
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Callaban & Nieboff (L B Callaban BW NietaoII) 
autos 080 Post 

Cambcrt Eihv G r 511 Central 

I'anibt^it Eilw G r 1600 Fell 

Cameron Archie r 726a Duboce At 

Camirnu Philip K (Eugene] printer r 4S2, 6tU Av 

Caiupliell Fred S (Campbell & Henry) r SaD Jose 
" John cook r 749 Minna 
" Lucy Mrs r 582 Sutter 
" P J r 574, 3d 

Cantley Bobt r 731 Anza 

I'anton Sheet Steel Ck) 811 Hearst Bldg 

Lapps Elmer elk r 140 Ellis 

Carey Frank lab r 205, 3d 
" J J asst credit mgr Emporium r Regent Hotel 
" Thos & Co 405 California 

tarlln Grading Co (John Carlln B A Farrar) 593 
Market 

Carmauy J W r 562 Sutter 

<'aro Saml r 3802 Sacramento 

Carrara Peter (D Seghierl & Co) r 35 Cook 

Carroll Harry r 56 Eddy 

Carron Gus fruits r 1626 Dolores 

CarviD Jos J (Ella) r 1314a Natoma 

Casey N H r 582 Sutter 
" Roy mech F Reustrom Co r 528 Eureka 

Cashllng J r 574, 3d 

Casper Hotel 346 Sutter 

Cussellman Thos bridgemn r 263, 3d 

Castro Wm r 205, 3d 

Catton Wm M with A Dalton Harrison Balfour 
Bldg 

Cavanagh Jas r 250 Kearny 

Cederberg Richd salsn Harron Rtckard & McC'one 
r Mill Valley 

Cekola Jas elev opr Flood Bldg r 1539 Treat Av 

Central California Vineyard Assn Chronicle Bldg 

Ceragloll Armando (IlTrovatore Restaurant) r 
551 Lombard 

Chabau Meyer salsn Levenson & Co r 3042 Sacra- 
mento 

Chambers A E reporter R G Don & Co r 1126 
Fillmore 
" Amelia r 562 Sutter 

Chapin Louis (Hotel Chapln) r 111 Taylor 

Chard M L boxmkr r 3334. 19tb 

Chasseur Martin blksmlth r 2634 San Jose Av 

Christian H M r 848 Gougb 
" Cbas (Annie) carp r 9111^ Capp 

Cbrlstakis Jas H (Mary) (Cbristakis & Stratis) 
r 2803. 24th 
" & Stratis (J H Christakis N S Stratis) gro- 
cers 2801. 24th 

CIpousky P with John Breuner Co r 1116 Shot- 
well 

Clvelll Jos asst dept mgr Emporium r 655. 24th 



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Clark Hairlet L real 

(Ml Post 

Clandlo Constaotia widow r 129 Erie 
Clausen John taxi driver r 56 Eddy 
ClerTi Harry (Jas Clervi & Sons) r 1.S34 Taylor 

" John (Jos ClerTl & Sons) r 3475, 24th 

•■ Jos (Jos Clervi & Sons) r 1834 Taylor 
Cleveland Welding & Mfg Co 811 Hearst Bldg 
Clifford Thos miner r 221. 3d 
Clifton Court Apartments 2321 Sacramento 
Close E A salsn r 54. 4th 
Clongh Mary Mrs elk r 140 Ellis 
Clyde .Vlvira F V stenog Harry N Nelson Co r 

323 Vienna 
Coast Agencies Ltd 742 Market 

" Tire & Rubber Co 703 Market 
Code Tbos J with M L Llnehan Co r 1440, 25th 

At 
Cody Jas D r 54. 4th 

Cohen Alber twlth Cal Printing Co r Atlanta 
Hotel 

" Alfred mgr Alcone Knitting Mills r 1791 Pine 

■' I L cigarmkr r 140 Ellis 
Cobn Dave E elk Regent Hotel r 662 Sutter 

•• Rdna r 433 Powell 

" Eva Mrs r 502 Sutter 

" Leo buyer Emporium r 142, 17th Av 
Colby Roy R dlst rep Oldlield Tire Co r 1431 

0th At 
Coleman Harry J r 1326 McAllister 
CoUlns A & Co (A O Collins) exporters Hearst 
Bldg 

" Arthur O (A O Collins & Co) r 1000 Sutter 
Columbia .Mortgage Investment Co (F W Bolten- 

dorff F G Pfeiffer) 990 Market 
Commanc Hannah r 562 Sutter 
Compania Mercantll de Filipliiaa Importers and 

exporters L K Smith mgr 310 Clay 
Compton Fassett B acct r 133Sd Filbert 
Cooke Albert D real est 830 Market r 723 Ando- 

•' II D r 433 Powell 



Cooney Virginia r 602 Sattir 

Cooper F J r 433 Powell 
" W L r 433 Powell 

Cope Erie L (Cope, Hand, Means Co) 
" Band, Means Co IE L Cope L H Rand T H 
Means) engrs 6s Sutter 

Coppel Dave S olllee mgr Power Constr Co r Oak- 
land 

Corbett B H r 433 Powell 

Cordell Al elk -Nut Conduit & Cable Co r 282 
Chenery 

Cbrdera John elk r 140 Ellis 

Costello Edw asst buyer Emporium r 1088 How- 
ard 

Cosulich Mark mgr Central Cal VInevard Assn 
r 555 Bnsh 

Coverra Lucille r 433 Powell 

Cowin Albert J cashr A Flelshbacker & Co r 
Oakland 

Crane A Batburst atty r 140 Ellis 

Crawford Geo B dept supt Emporium r 5031 Cali- 
fornia 

Crear B Frank salsn Stuart S Smith & Co r 2318 
22d Av 

Crimmons Phillip r 140 Ellis 

Crocker Arthur electn Emporium r 1270 Guerrero 

Cronin Wm asst buyer Emproium r 4801 Cali- 
fornia 

Cross Freeman P watehmn Crane CO r 2011 Ban- 
croft At 
" W D .Mrs r 433 Powell 

Cummins Leon V exporter 245 California r I.'jOS 
Jackson 

Curran W H r 502 Sutter 

Dake Edmund D (Dake-Johanet AdT Agcy) r 
Oakland 
" -Johanet Advertising Agency 251 Kearny 

Dale Florence Mrs r 140 Ellis 

Daniel Fred asst buyer Emporium r 721 Holloway 

Dauphlny Arthur C salsn Balu-Alexander Co r 
160, 8th Av 

Davidson J J delivery Emporium r 272 Colling- 
wood 

Davis Jas D (Fannie) (J F Schemp & Co) r 220 
Downey 
" J Edmund sec-treas Power Const Co Sharon 
Bldg 

Day Lucy E Mrs nurse r 140 Ellis 

Decoursey Wm (Mabel) paint mfr 926 Howard r 
703 Van Ness Av 

Dedlne Grutley S r 140 Ellis 

DeJIartini Louis A r 1828 Mason 

Denver Chemical Mfg Co 84. 2d 

Dessauer Louis W salsn r 158, 8th At 

DeWeIn Chris r 221, 3d 

Dickson Victor J (Dickson & Branch) Hotel 
Gartland 
** & Branch (V J Dickson S Branch) auto reprs 
145 Hyde 

DIenger Chas F (Nat Tire & Rubber Co) r 674 
Frederick 

Dillon Jas F process server 112 Market r 69 
Cumberland 

DIttman & Co 2300 Clement 

Dodds Chas B reporter r 140 Ellis 

Dodge F»A elk r 221, 3d 

Donovan N E mach r 905 Sanchez 

Doran Wm P clli r 463. 0th Av 

Dorey C pbys r 250 Kearny 

Dosteel M Hart credit mgr Emporium r 050 
O'Farrell 

Drake -Beall Co importers 507 Mission 

Dreyfus Anna B Mrs caslir Hanan & Son r 955 
Pine 

Drueker Geo I chemist 209 Post r 436. 11th Av 

Druftel Delos O olllee 50;i .Market r Santa Clara 

Drysdale A E r 848 Gough 

DUISENBEHG CHAS F, Notary Public, 200 Mills 
Bldg. tel Douglas 3131. r 3216 Jackson 

Duncan Electric -Mfg Co 400 California 

Dunn Jas F architect Phelan Bldg r Union 

' League Club 

" John F salsn J H O'Brien r 1428 Golden 
Gate Av 

Eachua W K r 140 Ellis 

Educational Film Corp of Am 168 Golden Gate 
At 

Edwards W M salsn Hanan & Son r 1045 Page 

Edwln-Louls Co multlgraphlng 660 Market 

Eggers Carl A (Rathjen-Eggers Co) r 128 Eu- 
reka 

Ehrman Albert H stock broker 228 Montgomery 

Eidcnmullcr Goldle J (wld Wm C) r 70S. 2d Av 

Ellis Edw elk Emporium r 140 Duboce Av 
•* Frank H Mrs stenog A Flelshbacker & Co r 
110 Gough 

" & Stearns 68 Post 

Elms Walter buyer Emporium r 1111 Pine 

Engle Ceo D salsn Nat Conduit & Cable Co r 
Oakland 



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Erickson Sylvester (Scholz Erlckson & Co) r 

1813 Baker 
Esters vonKrakau Wm drugs 2801 Bryant 
Everett David W (Esther) auto rppr 300 Grove r 

2007 Buchanan 
Bvre C E salsn Hanan & Son r Berkeley 
Harrell John P (Fanniel danitor r 2723 Bryant 
Fauhion Leon W hrnneh mjrr Tmlustrdil Loan & 

Inv Co r 340 Stockton 
rav P Arrs r 562 Sutter 
Feeiipy Lnke A elk r 140 Ellis 
Fellner Frank marble ctr r 445 Waller 
Ferguson Chas V bkpr r 575 Hill 
Ferrari J driver r 156 Sanchez 
Filmnsic Co music rolls 251 Kearnv 
Fiuley Edith W office 1095 Market' r 81. nth 
Fish Harold R ins 995 Market 
Fisher Chas R elk SVW Co r 340 O'Fnrrell 
Fiske Emil bridgemn r 253, 3d 
Flurey M P Miss r 5R2 Slitter 
Fonte G miller r 93 Prentiss 
Ford W H r 433 Powell 
Franz Albert auto meeh r 525 O'Farrell 
Fraser Alex D r 771. 21st Av 
Frauchlffer Arnold (Adela) chemist SF Clinical 

Laboratories (Inc) r Ross 
Freese Ammon duto washing brush 1073 Mission 
Freiberg's Cloak & Suit Co 2758 Mission 
Freidman .Tos A salsn r 750 O'Farrell 
Freitas Manuel T vice-Consul Portugal r San 

Rafael 
Fnihling Paul L (Edith L) mgr Rav E New- 
mark & Co r 165. 16th Av 
Prye Chas C (.Tanet H) branch mgr Sierra Auto 

Supply Co r 110. 20tb Av 
Gallagher Wm n (Gallagher & Nielsen) r Ber- 
keley 
" & Niolson (Wm H Gallagher n P Nielsen I 
show cards 1028 Market 
Ganos Saral (Panama Market) r 245 Leaven- 
worth 
Garvey Phillip G salsn r 140 Ellis 
Geary Realty Co 6400 Geary 

GEAUaUE PHILIP E, supt Pinkertou's Nat 
Detective Agey, 314 Flood Bldg, r 1.S07 Lin- 
coln Way 
Gelsser Prank (Mary) lab r 1472 York 
Gentry Walter A (Leonora) salsn Sierra Auto 

Supply Co r 950 Post 
Gerhart B V meeh r 140 Ellis 
Oibeau Prank (Harlan & Gibeau) r Oakland 
Gilger P salsn r 715 Bush 
Gill Annetta r 562 Sutter 
Goehler Geo mgr California Ice Cream Co 2830 

Mission 
Goebr Alex T salsn Heine Co r 416 Turk 
Goldberg Rose Mrs r 662 Sutter 
Goldstone Percy Jobber r 140 Ellis 
Gordon Aaron bkpr June Freeman Mfg Co r 1770 
O'Parrell 
" Mary J Mrs 50 DIvlsadero 
Green Herbert W mgr Filmnsic Co 251 Kearny 
Greenwood & Kallsky 546. 3d 
Gregg M R elk r 140 Ellis 
Gruver Fred baker r 109 Congo 
Hachette Grover driver r 1630 Broderick 
Hagnhoffer Louis with SF Chronicle r 047 Clay- 
ton 
Hahn Adolph r 562 Sutter 
" Chas mach r 51. 6th 

" Edgar A (Lela P) managing editor SF Events 
r 60 Market 
Hall Lyman B elk r 140 Ellis 
Halloway Harry P carp r 41 Juniper 
Hammond Manton E (Florence) mfrs agt S21 

Market r 1145 Pine 
Hanson H L (Hanson & Morgan) r Oakland 
" & Morgan (H L Hanson D B Morgan) mti-s 
agts 84, 2d 
Harhv Rosabelle r S62 Sutter 
Hard & Rand (NY) coffee importers 134 Cali- 
fornia 
Hardy Sumner (Hardy Tuckey & Muegge) r 
Bohemian Club 
" Tuckev & Muegge (S Hardy H A Tuckey T C 
Muegge) dentists 209 Post 
Hargrave Arthur mgr Coast Tire & Rubber Co r 

Oakland 
Harris Isidor) Maud) atty Chronicle Bldg r 1492 
California 
" Jack supt Anglo Bldg r 3004. 16th 
Hcrtman S real est 995 Market 
Harvey Bobt H with Pac Acturial Bureau Mills 

Bldg 
Hastings Arthur real est 128 Sutter 
Hatch Florine B stenog r 140 Ellis 
Hathaway W B r 562 Sutter 
Haughan Peter O (Helen El painter r 376 Hill 



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640 Jodah 
Iteinrich Elsie pkr 595 Utah 
Henderson H M Importer 311 California 
Henning Adolph B (Augusta) foreniu 

Army 
" F W porter r 28 Prosper 
Hewston J E stockmn r 140 Ellis 
HUdebrand Lee R messgr r 140 Ellis 
Hildreth & Co eiigrs 624 Sacramento 
Hlllers Henry S (Marian) with SF Sav & Loan 

Soc r 437, 3d Av 
Hlvely David A (Henrietta) salsn G A BInalen 

jr r 81, 9th 
Hobbs Ira S coretkr r 1859 Oeary 
Hogg R O r 562 Sutter 
llogue B P Mrs r 582 Sutter 
Holsberg Geo A (Service Fende 



Radiator Co) 



Turk 

Homan M J Mrs r 502 Sutter 
Hood Chas E salsn r 140 Ellis 
Hotel Kern 160 Eddy 
Houghtelin S D r 38 Madrone Av 
Howe Arnold W asst mgr Sierra Anto Supply Co 

r 906 Post 
Hughes M K Miss r 562 Sutter 
Hull Jas K elk r 140 Ellis 
International Brotherhood of Steam Shovel & 

Dredge Men 681 Market 
.Tachen Adolph J (Rathjen-Eggers Co) r 575 

Liberty 
Janovitz Antoinette bkpr r Sas Church 
.Taidella Ethel r 562 Sutter 
Jardine Jos H elk r 140 Ellis 
Jelm Gustavo (Alice) carp r 57 Ford 
Jirgens Harry (Christine) lab r 9 Heyraan Av 

" Bichd hl[)r r 9 Heymaii Av 
.Tohns D P salsn Hanan & Son r 387 Ellis 
.Tolner Wm D (Isabel) mgr I.ash's Products Co 

r 1245, 27th Av 
Jones J Audrey real est r 140 Ellis 

" Maxwell G sec T H Si>eddy & Co r Alameda 
Jordan W H r 562 Sutter 
Kahman Roalfe H with W T Wllisch & Co r 

2402 California 
Kaplan Gilbert salsn r 140 Ellis 
Kelntz J E r 562 Sutter 
Kenvon A Miss r 562 Sutter 
Keystone Steel & Wire Co Mouadnock Bldg 
KIpcr A Mrs r 662 Sutter 
Klelnman Max with Emporium r 743 Polk 
Kiev Otto A butcher 28.S7 Bryant r 3402, 24th 
Klotz Max waiter r 140 Ellis 
Kniesche Max T (Anna) (Superior Tile Co) r 

1462, 16th At 
Kohn Suzanne (wid Philip) r 270. 10th Av 
Kurtz L Miss r 562 Sutter 
Lablsh Thos r 111 Mason 

LaCroix C salsn A Plelshhacker & Co r Alameda 
Lady Washington Consolidated Co Mills Bldg 
Laniee Henrietta (wld John) r 1318 York 
" John H chauBtr r 1318 York 
Lamiihear Delia stenog r 140 Bills 
Lander Edw W pres Rex Elec & Eng Co r 1750 

Franklin 
Lane Jack H Deutel X-ray Flood Bldg r 291 

17th At 
l.aspina Philip barber 3192, 22d r 3122, 22d 
Lefkovitz Peter (Ethel) bottles r 355 Arguello 

Blvd 
Levy G G r 562 Sutter 

" Marcus (Weil & Levy) r 17 Commonwealth 
Liebold Gnstav (Ida) mer r 150 Henry 
Lindblad Alberta nurse r 16.56 Divlsadero 
Logan J E teleg opr r 140 Ellis 
Loudon Mona r 582 Snttcr 
Lorane L r 5G2 Sutter 

Lubbe Chas (Schwarz & Lubhc) r 929 Bush 
Lucio Arthur (Hattle) molder r 1320 York 
Lundberg Chas T (Carrie T) mach r 254. 2d Av 
Madison Jas Jr pres Bedwite Stores (Inc) r 308 

Pacheco Av 
Madsen Harold chauttr r 1740 Sacramento 
Maehl Arthur P pressmn P W Roberts r 186 Noe 
Manuel & Crossley (H S Manuel L ( lossley) 

props Standard Garage 233 Drumm 
Mnrkowitz Saml (Edith) auto repr 100 Van 

Ness Av r 554 Miramar At 
Marsh John (Emily) notions r 033 Stanyan 
MARSHALL JOHN W, atty, 864 Mills Bldg. 

tel Sutter 3920. r 84 Sotelo At 
Marx Harry buyer Emporium r 1246 Bush 
Massen J H (Massen & Seropian) 112 Market 
" & Seroplau (J H Massen J M Seropian) ores 

112 Market 
Matthews John J r 131 San Jose At 
Mayer OHM salsn Nat Rubber Corp 10.81 Mis- 
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McCnrtliT Danl (Margaret) lab r 1218 York 
" Will J (Bllzabetb) mar eng r 2TC7a Bryant 

JlcClatibj- V S r 43S Powell 

.MiClcar Thos r B02 Sutter 

McCrca Edw J bricklyr r 1480, »th At 
•• Harry F fruits r 1480. 9tb At 

McCurtaln EInsel L steam turbines ,103 .Market 
r Berkeley 

MiKeiity L Mrs r 562 Sutter 

MiNall.v S R .Mrs r 433 Powell 

.MePheeters John Mc.M noormgr Emporium r 241 
Hawthorne 

Meade J T r 562 Sutter 

Means T II (Cope Band .Menus Col 

.Mertens M J Jr (Rathjeu-EKHeis Co) r .•.71, l.sth 
At 

Metzner Chas P elk .Masonic Club r 1544 Cali- 
fornia 

Mlehelson .M O salsn Hanan & Son r 985 Oeary 

.Maddleton Elliott (Dorothy) mgr Pac Aeturlal 
Bureau r 308 Spruce 

Miles Alex (Carrie E) emp agt 206^4 3d r 30 
Dorland 

Monroe Clinton elk r 140 Ellis 

.Moore Jos G (Bessie) mgr John Moore & Co r 
50 Golden Gate At 

Morrin Thos consultiug eng Phelau Bldg r 2028 
Pacific At 

National Traffic ORlcers Assn 1026 Market 

Neuenburg Andrew B (Violet) bkpr r 246 Cabrlllo 

Nichols Geo mtrmn r 2766 Mission 

NMelson Ariel sign artist Emporium r 1130 Mar- 
ket 
" Harold P (Laura) (Gallagher & NIelson) r 
1690 Washington 

Nilson John spl officer Matson NaT Co r 1249 
27th At 

Nlswongir J O with Emporium r Court Hotel 

NORTHINGTON E G, supt San Francisco 
Hospital 

Nowiand Jennie (wid Wm) r 115 Central \y 

iNorthnip Edw carp r 4081, 18th 

Nviund John (Lena) carp r 176 Girard 

O'Donnell Jas F (Mary El lab r 2785 Bryant 

O'.Melveny Henry (AlHe) rleo broker 112 Markvt 
r 1()53 Bush 



Olson Emil V (Hilda) shipftr r 2621 Brvant 
Oulsnam Mary (wid Thos 11) r 2785 Bryant 
PaCfenberger M Mrs r 433 Powel 
Parker Paul B T-pres Cal Engineering Co r Ber- 
keley 
Parks .Morton G auto dressing IKIB Mission r 660 

Polk 
PATTERSON LLOYD H (Ma M) real est and 

Ins, 110 Sutter, r 747 11th At 
Perry Boy .M mfrs agt 268 .Market r Berkeley 
Peyser Henry M mfrs agt Mills Bhlg r 400 Stau- 

yan 
Piatt Fred lilfrs agt Paclflc Bldg r Berkeley 
Bagone Marion widow r 706 San Jose Av 
Bathjen-Eggers Co (A J Jacheus Carl A Eggers 

M J Mertens Jr) mineral water 4<!7 Ellis 
Rawson R F salsn Hanan Sc Sou r 555 Rnsli 
Robinson Robt C (The Sales Promotion Co) r 

3324 Washington 
Rodger Augustus P Jr office 519 California r 2536 

Broadway 
Rogers John W elk, Bd of SuperTlsors, r 292 

22d At 
Botherrael Harry P (Doris) talking machines 1609 

Polk r 1155 Hayes 
.Sattcrlee Richd r 262 Brussels rear 
Savarese Emll comp r 2(535 Bryant 
Schoeder Oscar R barber r 6 Antonio 
Scrlvani John shoemkr 2732. 24th 
Seebeck Helman r 135 Cook 
Segura C A r 264 Valencia 
Signal Supply Co boxmkrs 85. 2d 
Small Chas H railroad supplies 681 Market r 521 

Post 
Smith E P pies Coml Sales Co r 915 Jones 

" G W salsn Hanan & Son r l;Ki5, 12th Av 
SockoloT Louis foremn Sierra Auto Supply Co r 

140 Clinton Park 
Sousa Paul mach r 174. 8th 
Specialty Shop model mkrs 251 Minna 
.stariha Martin (Mary) lab r 690 Kansa 
SulllTan Jns salsn J Greenberg 731 Market 
Thrasher .Marion phys Pacific Bldg 
W*ard Frank G (Henrietta) dental supplies Flood 

Bldg r 4927, 17th 
Weideman G A salsn Hanan & Son r 631 Taylor 



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Miscellaneous Information 



City 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 



Dept of Pub Works 



CITS AHS COUMTX aOVEKNMENT 

Mayor — James Rolph, Jr. 

Secretary — Edward Rainey. 
Assessor — John Ginty. 

Chief Deputy — R. V. Croskey. 
Auditor — Thomas P. Boyle. 

Chief Deputy — John J. Boyle. 
City Attorney — George Lull. 
Sheriff — Thos. F. Finn. 

Under Sheriff— Peter J. Kelly. 
Tax Collector — Edw. F. Bryant. 
Treasurer — John E. McDoug:ald. 

Chief Deputy — Alfred W. Hobro. 
Coroner— T. B. W. Leland. 

Chief Deputy — Jane C. Walsh. 
County Clerk — H. I. Mulcrevy. 

Chief Deputy — Milton M. Davis. 
County Recorder — Edmond Godchaux. 

Chief Deputy — Charles M. Stoltz. 
District Attorney — Matthew Brady 



Commissioners — Police — Theo. J. Roche, 
Pres., Andrew F. Mahony, Jesse B. 
Cook, Dr. Thos. E. Shumate. Sec. — 
Charles F. Skeliy. Chief of Police— 
D. A. White. 



BOASS or gTTPEKTXSOBS. 

Mayor James Rolph, Jr., Pres. ex ofUcio. 



Fred Suhr, Jr. 
Eugene E. Schmltz. 
Ralph McLeran. 
Fred L. Jilmer. 
Warren Shannon 
Chas. A. Nelson. 
James B. McSheehy 
Wm. S. Scott 
James E. Power. 



Edw. I. Wolfe. 
Edwin G. Bath 
J. Emmet Hayden. 
John D. Hynes. 
Jos. F. Lahaney. 
Jos. Mulvihill. 
Richard J. Welch. 
Cornelius J. Deasy. 
Chas. P. Powers 



Clerk — John S. Dunnlgan. 



superintendent Common Schools — Alfred 

Roncovlerl. 
Law Library. Librarian — James H. Deer- 

Ing. 
FMre Marshal — Charles Towe. 
City Engineer — M. M. O'Shaughnessy. 
Water and Light Inspector — Robt. Hamp- 
ton. 
Bureau of Weights and Measures — A. J. 

Gallagher. 
Municipal Band — Ernest G. Williams, 

Director. 
Municipal Railroads — Fredk. W Boeken, 

Supt. Offlce. 2600 Geary. 
Public Administrator — W. J. Hynes, offlce 

Phelan Bldg. Attorneys — Cullinan tc 

Hickey. (Compensation — fees.) 
Public Pound — Matthew McCurrie, Sec, 

16th and Alabama 
Widows Pension Bureau — Miss Margaret 

C. Nesfleld, Director. City Hall. 



BOAJIS OF i;DUCA.TXOir. 

Geo. E. Gallagher, Pres., A. A. D'Ancona, 
Miss Sarah J. Jones, Miss Agnes G. Be- 
gan. Sec. — M. R. Norrls. 



crrr pj^Amnxra combcissioh. 

220 City Hall. 
Matt I. Sullivan, Pres., Paul Scharenberg, 
Abbie E. Wllkins, also Frank 1. Tur- 
ner. 



DEPABTUXM'T OF m^ECTBICTTT. 

Arthur Kempston, Chief, room 205, City 
Hail. 



Commissioner — Horticultural — Dudley 
Moulton, City Hall, Wm. J. Burke asst. 

Commissioners — Civil Service — J. J. 
O'Toole, Pres, E. A. Walcott, Geo A. 
Tracy. Chief Examiner and Sec. — 
James J. Maher. 

Commissioners — Election — Jas. K. Prior 
Jr., Pres, Chas. J. Collins, John Her- . 
mann, Wm. McDevitt, Thomas V. Cator. 
Registrar of Voters — J. H. Zemansky. 

Commissioners — Fire Dejjartment — Wm. 
C. Mlkullch, Pres. J. P. Davis, T. R. 
Herring, F. C. Sykes. Sec — Frank Ken- 
nedy. 

Commissioners — Insanity — C. D. McGet- 
tigan, M. D.. Arthur Beardslee, M. D., 
Daniel D. Lustig, M. D., Theo. Rethers, 
M. D. 

Commissioners — Park — John McGregor, 
Pres., M. Earl Cummings, Curtis H. 
Llndley, Slgmund Greenebaum, A. B. 
Spreckels. Sec. — James De Succa. 
Supt. — John McLaren. 

Commissioners — Playgrounds — Rev. D. O. 
Crowley, Pres., John McLaren, A. J. 
Rossi, Henry B. Mills. Geo. E. Gal- 
lagher, Mrs. F. G. Sanborn, Miss Ag- 
nes G. Regan. Frank A. Lawler, Sec. 



DEFABTMEITT OF PITBKXC KEAI^TH. 

Main Offlce, 1085 Mission, nr. Seventh. 

Arthur H. Barendt, Pres., A. P. O'Brien, 
George B. Somers, M. D., Guy E. Mann- 
ing, M. D., Lawrence Amstein, Prank 
J, Kllmm, Arthur M. Sharp. 

Health Officer — Wm. C. Hassler. 

Chief Sanitary Inspector — Geo. M. Con- 
verse, M. D. 

City Physician — Arthur N. O'Neill, M. D. 

Chief Clerk and Statistician — Ed. M. Cof- 
fey. 

Superintendent San Francisco Hospital 

Supt. Relief Home for Aged and Infirm — 
C. M. Wollenberg. / 

Chief Surgeon of Emergency Hospitals — 
Saxton Pope, M. D. 

Chief Medical Inspector of Schools — 
Thomas D. Maher. M. D. 



SSPABTMIINT OF FUBI^IC 'WOBKS. 

T. A. Reardon, Pres., Adolph Judell, Dan- 
iel G. Fraser. W. J. Fitzgerald, 
Acting Sec. 
Bureau of Architecture — John Reid, Jr., 

Consulting Architect. 
Bureau of Engineering — M. M. O'Shaugh- 

nessy. City Engineer, City Hall. 
Bureau of Streets — 

Chief Deputy, City Hall. 
Superintendent of Public Buildings — 

Chas. W. Meehan, Eleventh and 

Bryant. 
Bureau of Building Inspection — J. P. 

Horgan, Chief Inspector, City Hall. 



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Dept of Pub Works 



UISCEIXANEOUS INFOBMATION 



Fire Patrol 



Repairs to County Roads, etc. — Jas. R. 

McElroy, Supt., llth and Bryant. 
Sewer Cleaning — Jos. C. Linehan, Supt., 

office 2744, 16th 
Street Cleaning — Peter J. Owen, Supt., 

nth and Bryant. 

OEABY- STSEET WNTCXPAIi KAH,- 
HOAJD. 

2600 Qea'-y. Fredk. W. Boeken, Supt 

innriciPAi, auditoktcv. 

Jas. P. Donahue, Mgr. and Supt., Edwin 
H. I>emare, Organist. Larkln and 
Grove. 

SUFERIOB COUST. 

Secretary Superior Judges and Jury Com- 
missioner — Thomas S. Mulvey, 480 
City Hall. 
Department 1. Judge — James M. Troutt; 
term expires January, 1923. 
Clerk— P. H. Coyle. 
Department 2. Judge — Frank J. Murasky; 
term expires January, 1923. 
Clerk — H. J. Jackson. 
Department 3. Judge — Geo. H. Caban- 
niss; term expires January, 1925. 
Clerk — Eugene F- Lacy. 
Department 4. Judge — John J. Van Nos- 
trand; term expires January, 1921. 
Clerk — Eugene M. Levy. 
Department 6. Judge — John Hunt; term 
expires January, 1921. 
Clerk — David J. Creamer. 
Department 6 (Criminal). Judge — 
Michael J. Roche; term expires Janu- 
ary 1, 1921. 
Clerk — Frank I. Butler. 
Department 7. Judge— Edmund P. Mogan; 
term expires January, 1925. 
Clerk — Fred W. Mack. 
Department 8. Judge — George A. Sturte- 
vant; term expires January, 1921. 
Clerk — John F. Mooney. 
Department 9 (Probate). Judge — Frank 
H. Dunne; term expires January, 
1921. 
Clerk — Robert Mun.son. 
Department 10 (Probate and Civil). Judge 
Thomas F. Graham; term expires 
January. 1925. 
Clerk — Wm. H. McNulty. 
Department 11 (Criminal). Judge — Frank- 
lin A. GrlfBn; term expires January. 
1925. 
Clerk — J. J. Groom. 
Department 12 (Criminal). Judge Louis 
H. Ward; terms expires January, 
1921. 
Clerk — James H. Stevens. 
Department 13. Judge — Daniel C. Deasy; 
term expires December, 1921. 
Clerk — M. Kragen. 
Department 14. Judge — George E. Croth- 
ers; term expires December, 1921. 
Clerk — F. B. Lorlgan. 
Department 15. Judge — Edward P. Short- 
all; term expires December, 1920. 
Clerk — M. P. Bruton. 
Department 16. Judge — Bernard J- 
Flood; term expires December, 1921. 
Clerk— Thos. B. Manning. 
Jury Commissioner — Thomas S. Mulvey, 
480 City Hall. 
Clerk — Henry McOrath. 
Juvenile Court. Judge — Frank J. Mu- 
rasky. 150 Otis. 
Chief Probation Officer — J. C. Astredo. 
Detention Home — Ion Otis. 
Probation Committee — Mrs. Edward L. 
Baldwin. Chairman; James R. Prlngle, 
Rev. D. O. Crowley. I.,aura McKlnstry, 
Selah Chamberlain, R. E, Queen. 
Superior Court Coinmissioners — George 
D. Perry, Russel Tyler. James S. Mul- 
vey, Chas. Samuels, Leo F. Murasky. 
Murray F. Vandall. 



Superior Court Interpreters— Peter A. 
Aguirre. Pranch and Spanish; John D. 
Schroeder, German; Andrew Glover, 
Portuguese and Slavonian; Paul De 
Martini, Jr., Italian; Robert Park, Chi- 
nese; Frank Demenstien, Russian and 
Polish; Chas. GelTeney. Japanese; D. 
P. Damascus, Greek. 

Ault Probation Board — Andrew Y. Wood, 
Chairman, 28 Montgomery St.; James 
S. Fennell, Vice-Chairman, 330 Fred- 
erick; Augustin C. Keane, Secretary- 
Treasurer, Hearst Bldg. ; Mrs. Henrv 
Sahlein, 1718 Jackson; Dr. J. Wilson 
Shield, 516 Sutter; George Fllmer, 330 
Jackson; Miss Mary L. Sweeney, 2699 
California; Wm. H. Nlcholl, Chief, 
Ault Probation Dept. 

Lunacy Commission — Dr. Arthur Beards- 
lee, Dr. C. D. McGettigan. Dr. Theo. 
Rethers and Dr. D. D. Lustig. 



JTTBTICES OF THE PEACE. 

A. T. Barnett, Thos. F. Prendergast, 
Rolla B. Watt, James G. Conlan, F. T. 
Deasy. Chief Clerk — Robert W. Dennis. 
Chief Deputy — Jeremiah F. Collins. 
Cashier — Thomas G. Riley. Clerks — J. J. 
Sweeney. D. Kearney, W. H. Campbell, 
Wm. H. Hogan. 



FOZJCCE COUBTS. 

Police Court No. 1. Judge — T. I. Fitzpat- 
rick. 

Police Court No. 2. Judge — John J. Sulli- 
van. 

Police Court No. 3. Judge — S.vlvester J. 
McAtee. 

Police Court No. 4. Judge — Morris Oppen- 
heim. 



POLICE DEFASTMEVT. 

Commissioners — Theo. J. Roche. Pres.. 
Dr. Thos. E. Shumate, Jesse B. Cook. 

■Sec. — Charles F. Skelly. 
Chief of Police — D. A. White. 
Capt. of Detectives — Duncan Matheson. 
Clerk to Chief of Police — Danl. J. O'Brien. 
Property Clerk — Bernard J. Judge. 
Bond and Warrant Department — Hall of 

Justice. 



FOZaCE STATIONS. 

Bay View. . .Newcomb and Newhall Avs. 

Bush 1422 Bush 

Central . .• Hall of Justice 

Golden Gate Park Golden Gate Park 

Harbor. NE cor. Drumm and Commercial 

Ingleslde Ocean and San Jose Avs. 

Mission 3057 Seventeenth 

Nort;. End Greenwich bet. Pierce 

and Scott. 

Potrero Twentieth, cor. Third 

Richmond. Sixth Av. bet. Geary and Anza 
Southern 4th and Clara 



FIBE DEPABTMERT. 

Commissioners — Wm. C. Mlkulich, Pres.; 
J. F. Davis, T. R. Herring. F. C. 
Sykes. 
Sec. — Frank T. Kennedy. 

Chief Engineer — Thomas R. Murphy. 

First Assistant Chief Engineer — John J. 
Conlon. 

Second Assistant Chief Engineer — Mich- 
ael Boden. 

Battalion Chiefs — Alfred Davis, Thomas 
J. Murphy, W. A. Cook, George Bailey, 
Charles Murray, J. R. Maxwell. Jas. F. 
Layden, Saml. .J. A. Spear, Edw. J. 
Skelly, Chas. J. Brennan. 



FIBE FATBO&. 

Established May, 1875. John E. Sul- 
livan, Supt. Office: West side Natoma 
near New Montgomery. 

Station No. 2 — 64 Waller. 

Station No. 3 — 1350 Pacific. 



PACIFIC FOUNDRY COMPANY 



18th and Harrison Sts. 



Phone Mission 1105 



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Public Libraries 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 



Crematories 



FTOiaC IVIBKAKT. 

Trustees — C. H. Bentley Pres., M. C. 
Sloss Vice-Pres., Eustace CuUinan, R. 
B. Hale, Geo. W. Kelham, Laura Mc- 
Kinstry, Jos O'Connor, Jas. D. Phelan, 
John H. Wise, Edw. R. Taylor, W. R. 
K. Young and the Mayor. Librarian — 
Robert Rea. Secretary — Geo. A. Mul- 
len. 

Main Library — McAllister and Larkin, 
Civic Center. 

Branch UlirarieB, 

Fillmore — Sacramento bet. Baker and 
Lyon. 

Golden Gate Valley — Green at Octavla. 

McCreery — Sixteenth near Market. 

Mission — Twenty-fourth at Bartlett. 

Noe Valley — Jersey near Castro. 

North Beach — Powell bet. Washington 
and Jackson. 

Park — Page near Cole. 

Richmond — Ninth Avenue near Geary. 

Sunset — Eighteenth Av. at Irving. 
Deposit Stations. 

Bernal Heights — 3536 Mission. 

Downtown- — Emporium. 

Excelsior — 540 Mission. 

Glen Park — 596 Bosworth 

Ingleside — 422 Holloway Av. 

Ocean View — 379 Capitol Av. 

Oceanside — Judah and Forty-eighth Av. 

Polk — 1461 Polk. 

Potrero — Connecticut near 20th. 

Richmond — 2320 Clement. 

San Bruno — 136 Girard Av. 

South San FYancisco — 1202 Railroad Av. 

Visitaclon Valley — 100 Leland Av. 



BOASD OF TBADE OF SAN FKAir> 
CISCO. 

444 aiarket Street. 
Organized April, 1877. The considera- 
tion of all subjects pertaining to the In- 
terest of the wholesale merchants; to 
prevent settlements by insolvent debtors 
without the fullest investigation; to re- 
sist all inequitable and fraudulent set- 
tlements; to bring about joint action In 
dealing with embarrassed or insolvent 
debtors and in the collection of debts 
other than in the ordinary course of 
business, and to secure efficient, economi- 
cal and expeditious administrations of 
Insolvent estates. Thos. M. Earl, Pres.; 
Josepli Kirk, Attorney; G. W. Brainard, 
Sec. 



CAU^'OBZIIA SBVEI^OPSCEirT BOABS. 

Ferry Bntldlng. 

Organized to Promote State Development. 

Executive Committee — William J. Dut- 
ton, Pres.; A. B. C. Dohrmann, Vlce- 
Pres.; Robert Newton Lynch, Vlce- 
Pres. and Mgr.; B. E. Bowles, Sec; Mrs. 
E. M. Cheesewright, .fissistant Sec; N. 
P. Chipman, James Irvine, Thos. Mac- 
lay, John P. Irish, J. B. Bullitt, R. W. 
Pridham, J. S. Mitchell, B. P. Walton, 
Frederick J. Koster, Chester Rowell, R. 
B. Hale and Milton H. Esberg. 



SAN FBAITCI8CO CHASIBEXl OF OOSC- 
MBBCB. 

1001 Merchants Exchange Building — 
AthoU McBean, Pres.; S. B. McNear, 
First Vice-Pres.; Robert Newton 
Lynch, Second Vice-Pres. and Mgr.; 
Geo. C. Boardman, Third Vice-Pres.; 
Jas. J. Fagan, Treas., and L. M. King, 
Secretary. 



Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. A. 

(Pacific Coast District). — Paul Clag- 

stone, Sec, 634 Merchants Exchange 

Bldg. 
Associated Chamber of Commerce of the 

Pacific Coast — C. W. Burks, Sec, 530 

Mills Bldg. 



Holland-American Chamber of Commerce 

(Pacific Coast) — 3S1 Bush. Directors 
— J. C. Van Panthaleon, Baron Van 
Eck, Pres.; L. H. Hymans, Secretary. 

Italian Chamber of Commerce — A protec- 
tive association organized for the pur- 
pose of promoting business relations 
between California and Italy and vice 

versa. Office, 604 Montgomery, A. 

Pedrini, Pres.; G. Untl, Sec. 
Pittsbrug Chamber of Commerce — C. A. 

Vogelsang, Sec, Balboa Bldg. 
Japanese Chamber of Commerce — 444 

Bush St. S. Koh, Pres.; K. Kawashima, 

Vice-Pres.; H. K. Watanabe, Sec. 

California Bankers' Association — Fred- 
erick H. Colburn, Sec; office Mills Bldg. 
AST BOCIBTXES. 

The San Francisco Art Association 
(San Francisco Institute of Art, Palace 
of Fine Arts. Exposition Grounds) — Cor- 
ner of California and Mason. Organized 
March, 1871. Meet fourth Tuesday In 
each month. Chas. T. Crocker, Pres.; 
Mrs. Jos. Fife, Sec; Walter S. Martin, 
Treas. 

The California School of Design — Main- 
tained by the Association; teaches draw- 
ing, painting, modeling in all their 
branches; decorative and commercial de- 
sign, handicrafts and teachers' course. 



CBSCBTEBIBS. 

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

City (closed) — 34th and Clement. 

CYPRESS LAWN CEMETERY 

Colma, San Mateo County, tel Ban- 

dolph 679, Crematory in connection. 

Office, 995 Uarket, tel Sutter 695 

Eternal Home Cemetery — San Mateo 
County. Office ISSl Bush. 

G. A. R. Cemetery — Office 1959 Geary. 

Greenlawn Cemetery — San Mateo 
County. 

Hills of Eternity — San Mateo County. 

Holy Cross — San Mateo County. Office, 
1100 Franklin. 

Home of Peace — Colma, Cal., office 14 
Montgomery. 

Italian Cemetery— Colma. Office, 678 
Green. 

"Laurel Hill — Presidio Av., bet. Post and 
California; entrance end of Bush. 

Masonic — Turk, between Masonic and 
Parker Av. OflSce, Phelan Bldg. 

Mission Dolores (closed) — Corner 16th 
and Dolores. 

MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY 

Colma, San Mateo County, tel Bandolpb 

638. OtB.ce, 209 Post, tel Sutter 676 

Mount Olivet Cemetery Association — 
Office, 209 Post. 

Mountain View Cemetery Association — 
Terminus Piedmont Av., Oakland. 

National — Presidio Reservation. 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association — 
Geary near Arguello Blvd. 

Salem^ — .San Mateo County. 

St. Michael's — San Mateo County. 

Wpodlawn Cemetery — San Mateo 
County. 



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CBEICATOBIBS. 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association (Cre- 
matory — Office, Geary near Arguello 
Blvd. 

San Francisco Cremation Company — 
Office, 995 Market. Crematory at Cypress 
Lawn Cemetery, Colma. 



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MANUFACTURERS 
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 

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Churches 



Post. Crematory at Mount Olivet C'eme- 
Mount Ollvtt Crematory — Office, -09 
tery. Colma. San Mateo County. 

Oakland Cremation Association — Cor- 
ner Howe and Mather. Oakland. 

CUUKCHXS. 

Baptlat. 

Central Baptist Church — Eureka be- 
tween 18th and 19th. Kev. Geo. D. Boiler, 
Pastor; r. 38 Ord, 

Chinese Baptist Church — 936 Stockton. 

Covenant Baptist Church — 325. 4th Av. 
Rev. Wm. Haryett, Pastor. 

First Baptist Church — Northwest cor- 
ner Octavla and Waller. 

First German Baptist Church — Corner 
17th and Dehon. Rev. F. A. Peterelt, 
Pastor; r. 4692, 18th. 

f'irst Ru.ssian Baptist Church — 9.50 
Rhode Island. Rev. Fred Alexiff. Pastor. 

First Swedish Baptist Church — 3459 
17th. Rev. Magnus Johnson, Pastor; r. 
15 Dearborn PI. 

First Russian Baptist Church — 954 
Carolina. Rev. Joachim Glazko, Pastor; 
r. 1235 De Haro. 

Hamilton Square Baptist Church — 1975 
Post between Fillmore and Stelner. Rev. 
Creed W. Gawthrop, Pastor; r. 1975 Post. 

Second Russian Baptist Churcli — 904 
Rhode Island. 

Salem Baptist Church (Swedish) — 856 
Capp. Rev. Oscar Schulen, Pastor. 

Tabernacle Baptist Church— Bartlett 
between 22d and 23d. Rev. R. S. Dogge, 
Pastor. 

Twenty-first Avenue Baptist Church — 
21st Av. and Geary. Rev. J. H. Howe, 
Pastor; r. 6110 California. 

Third Baptist Church (Negro) — South- 
west corner Clay and Hyde; Rev. Jas. A. 
Dennis, Pastor; r. 1299 Hyde. 
CliTlatlaii. 

First Advent Christian Church — North- 
east corner 22d and Shotwell. Wm. E. 
Snider, Pastor; r. 747 Shotwell. 

First Christian Church — Duboce Av. 
and Noe. Rev. W. P. Bentley, Pastor; r. 
206 Steiner. 

God's Christian Church — Mrs. M. G. 
Hill, Pastor. Headquarters 59 Colllng- 
wood. 

West Side Christian Church — Bush nr. 

Dlvlsadero. Rev. D. A. Russell, Pastor. 

Chrlatlaii Solenoe. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist — 
Northeast corner California and Frank- 
lin. 

Second Church of Christ, Scientist — 
Dolores and Cumberland. 

Third Church of Christ, Scientist — 
1250 Haight. 

Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist — 
450 Arguello Boulevard. 

Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist — 430 
Mason. 

Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist — 2137 
Sutter. 

Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist — 
540 Powell. 

Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist— 
K P Hall 115 Valencia 

Congregratloiial. 

Bethany Congregational Church — Bart- 
lett near 25th. Rev. E. J. Singer, Pastor, 
tor. 

Bethlehem Congregational Church — 
Vermont near 25th. Rev. E. O. Thayer, 
Pastor; r. 1332 Ver. ont. 

Bible College — North side of Post bet. 
Buchanan and Webster. 

Chiesa Cristiana Church — 613 Green. 

Chinese Congregational Church — 21 
Brenham PI. 

First Congregational Church — South- 
east cor. Post and M.ison. 

Green Street Italian Congregational 
Church — 613 Green. Rev. A. B. Apra, 
Pastor. 



Mission Congregational Church — 19th 
and Dolores, Rev. E. F. HoUoway, 
Pastor. 

Ocean View Congregational Church — 
148 Broad. Rev. Wm. Floyd, Pastor; r. 
Oakland. 

Park Congregational Church — 164 » 
Hayes. 

Pilgrim Congregational Church — 462 
Edinburgh near Brazil. 

Richmond Congregational Church — Cor. 
7th Av. and Geary. Rev. C. N. Thomas, 
Pastor; r. 104 Lake. 

Sunset Congregational Church — Cor. 
10th Av. and Judah. Rev. John Brereton, 
Pastor; r. 1467 10th Av. 

Swedish Mission Tabernacle (Congre- 
gational)— Cor. Dolores and Dorland. 
Rev. Axel G. Samuelson, Pastor. 
Epiicopal. 

All Saints' Church — North side of Wal- 
ler bet. Masonic Av. and Ashbury. Rev. 
F. H. Church, Rector: r. 1051 Taylor. 

Canon Kip Memorial Mission — 246, 2cl. 

Cathedral Mission of the Good Samari- 
tan — Potrero Av. and 25th. Rev. J. P. 
Turner, Vicar; r. 1290 Potrero Av. 

Chinese Episcopal Mission — 966 Clay. 

Church of St. John the Evangelist — 
l'5th and Julian A v. Rev. Chas. L. Thack- 
eray, Rector; r. 120 Julian Av. 

Church of St. Mary the Virgin — South- 
west cor. linion and Steiner. Rev. W. E. 
Hayes, Priest; r. 1051 Taylor. 

Church of the Advent — 261 Fell. Rev. 
W. B. Kinkaid, Pastor. 

Church of the Incarnation — Cor. 11th 
At. and Irving. Rev. A. B. Chinn, Pastor; 
r. 12'62 nth A v. 

Church of the Transfiguration — Saga- 
more near Capitol Av. 

Grace Cathedral — California bet. Jones 
and Taylor. Rev. J. Wilmer Gresham, 
Dean; r. 1219 Sacramento. 

Holy Innocents' Protestant Episcopal 
Church — Fair Oaks bet. 25th and 26th. 

Japanese Episcopal Church — 2236 Post 

St. Barnabas Episcopal Mission — Vi- 
enna and Brazil. 

St. James Protestant Episcopal Church 
— Clement near 6th Av. Rev. S. J. Lee, 
Rector, r. 4 652 California. 

St. Luke's Church — Cor. Clay and Van 
Ness Av. Rev. Edw. Morgan, Hector; r. 
Hotel Richelieu. 

St. Paul's Church — South side Califor- 
nia near Steiner. Rev. Thos. P. Boyd, 
Pastor. 

St. Peter's Church (Episcopal) — 29th 
Av. and Clement. Rev. Chas. Hitchcock, 
Rector. 

St. Stephen's Church — North side of 
Fulton bet. Webster and Fillmore. Rev. 
Geo. H. B. Wright, Rector; r. 2242 Polk. 

Trinity Church — Northeast cor. Bush 
and Gough. 

HvaaigeUoal 

First United Evangelical Church — 
North side 24th, bet. Treat Av. and Har- 
rison. 

Holy Trinity Church (Greek) — 317, 7th. 
Rev. Constantinos Tsapralis, Pastor; r. 
11a Cleveland. 

St. Luke's German Evangelical Church 
— 15th near Church. Rev. Alfred Meyer, 
Pastor; r. 2015, 15th. 

breek Bnsslaii. 

Russian Orthodox Holy Catholic Trin- 
ity Cathedral — Rev. Vladimir Sakovich, 
Rector, 1520 Green. 

Hebrew. 

Bush Street Temple — 1881 Bush. Rev. 
Herman Rosenwasser, Rabbi; r. 350 
Arguello Blvd. 

Chevra Sharre Refooah— 1937 Fill- 
more. D. Lande, Sec, 1720 Golden Gate 
Av. 

Congregation Adath Israel — lB7b Russ. 

Congregation Anshi Sfard — 1112 Golden 
Gate Av. 

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Churches 



Fillmore and Steiner. Rev. Herman Lls- 
sauer, Rabbi; r. 3160 Clay. 

Congregation B'nai David and Mlkva 
Israel — 19th bet. Valencia and Guerrero . 

Congregation Chlvra ThlUim — Howard, 
N. E. cor. Russ. 

Congregation Emanu-El — Sutter bet. 
Powell and Stockton. Rev. Martin A. 
Meyer, Rabbi; r. 3108 Jackson. 

Congregation Keneseth Israel — Rev. 
Albert Rappaport, Rabbi; r. 935 Web- 
ster. 

Congregation Mokum Israel — Rev. Mor- 
ris Block, Rabbi; Sweeney and Merrill. 
Congregation Ohaibai Shalome — 1881 
Bush. Rev. Herman Rosenwasser, Rabbi. 

Congregation Sherith Israel — North- 
east cor. California and Webster. 
^ntheran. 

Ansgar Danish Lutheran Church — 150 
Church. Rev. P. C. Jensen, Pastor; r. 152 
Church. 

Christ Church English Evangelical 
Lutheran — Masonic Hall, 12th Av. and 
Irving. Rev. Theodore Pieper, Pastor. 

Finnish Seamen's Mission — 9 Mission. 
Rev. Aarne V. Halla, Pastor. 

First English Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — Geary near Octavia. John R. 
Braeuer, Pastor; r. 13.') 5 Geary. 

First Finnish Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — 91 Essex. Rev. O. E. Maki, 
Pastor; r IS Rincon PI. 

Germ.'n Evangelical Lutheran Zlon's 
Church — 9th Av. and Anza. Rev. M. H. 
Llebe, Pastor, r. 507, 4th Av. 

Grace English Lutheran Church — Ber- 
lin cor. Bacon. Rev. Knut Bjargo, Pas- 
tor; r. 537 Girard. 

Norwegian Lutheran Church — 407 Do- 
lores. Rev. Karl Stromme. Pastor; r. 62 
Railway off Dolores nr. 17th. 

Our Savior's Scandinavian Lutheran 
Church — 168 2 Howard. 

Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran 
Seamen's Mission — 9 Mission. 

St. Andreas German Lutheran Church 
— 754 Union. Rev. Adolf Jatho, Pastor; 
r. Oakland. 

St. Johannes German Evangelical 
Church — 2051 Larkin. Rev. G. A. Hensel, 
Pastor; r. 2102 Larkin. 

St. John's Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — 22d between Howard and Capp. 
Rev. Arthur Brohm. Pastor; r. 3126 22d. 

St. Luke's Lutheran Church — 1236 Cas- 
tro. 

St. Markus German Evangelical Luth- 
eran Church — 1135 O'Farrell between 
Franklin and Gough. Rev. H. S. Felix, 
Pastor; r. 1133 O'Farrell. 

St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — 16th near Dolores. Rev. Her- 
mann Gehrcke, Pastor; r. 433 Dolores. 

St. Paul's German Evangelical Church 
— 1419 Howard. Rev. K. C. Struckmeler, 
Pastor; r. 1421 Howard. 

St. Paulus German Evangelical Luth- 
eran Church — Southeast corner Eddy and 
Gough. Rev. G. A. Bernthal, Pastor; r. 
969 Eddy. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Bbe- 
nezer Church — Corner 15th and Dolores. 
Rev. C. O. Lindquist, Pastor; r. 208 Do- 
lores. 

iSwedish Lutheran Emanuel Church — 
Cortland Av. near Gates. Rev. C. O. 
Lundquist; r. 208 Dolores. 

Temple Lutheran Church — Bay View 
and Latona. Rev. Emil Meyer, Pastor; 
r. 1363 Palou Av. 

Trinity English Evangelical Lutheran 
Church — 2222 Howard. Rev. E. M. Stens- 
rud, Pastor; r. 2455 Howard. 
Metlioaist. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church — 
1207 Powell. 

Ashbury Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Southwest corner 7th Av. and Geary. 
Rev. W. H. D. Hornadav, Pastor. 



Bethany Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Mission near Richland Av. Rev. J. T. C. 
Smith, Pastor; r. 118a Appleton Av. 

Bethel African Methodist Episcopal 
Church — 1207 Powell. Rev. Jas. Wash- 
ington, Pastor. 

California Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church — Southeast corner of Brodcrlck 
and California — L. W. Wheatley, Pastor; 
V. 2879 California. 

Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church — 
19th Av. and Judah. Rev. E. B .Lvtle, 
Pastor; r 1255 19th Av. 

Central Methodist Episcopal Church — 
O'Farrell, Corner Leavenworth — Rev. 
John E. Poueher, Pastor; r. 114 Edge- 
wood Av. 

Chinese Methodist Episcopal Church — 
1011 Stockton. Rev. Theodore Chow. Pas- 
tor; r. 920 Washington. 

Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church — 
corner Clipper and Sanchez. Rev. Mahlon 
B. Young, Pastor; r. 1270 Sanchez. 

First African M. E. Zion Church — 16S1 
Geary. Rev. A. L. Lightford, Pastor; r. 
1118 Geary. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Clay, corner Larkin. Rev. C. L. Bent, 
Pastor; r, 1636 Clay. 

First Norwegian and Danish Methodist 
Episcopal Church — ^17th near Mission. 
Rev. O. O. Twede, Pastor; r. 265 Church. 

First Swedish Methodist Episcopal 
Church — Northeast corner Camp and 
Guerrero. Rev. Francis Ahnlund, Pastor; 
r. 429 Guerrero. 

Free Methodist Church — 3024, 24th. 
Rev. C. L. Manning, Pastor. 

Grace Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Corner 21st and CapT>. Rev. A. C. Shep- 
herd, Pastor; r. 3168 21st. 

Hamilton Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Southeast corner Belvedere and Waller. 
Rev. F. P. Flegal, Pastor; r. 169 Belve- 
dere. 

Haven Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Rev. W. H. Hampton, Pastor; 456 Mis- 
souri. 

Howard Street Methodist Episcopal 
Church — Southwest corner Howard and 
Harriet. Rev. H. J. Winsor, Pastor; r. 74 
Moss. 

Japanese Methodist Episcopal Church — 
1359 Pine. 

Norwegian Danish M. E. Church — 3337 
17th. Rev. O. O. Twede, Pastor; r. 265 
Church. 

St. Andrew's Methodist Episcopal 
Church — 1793 Oakdale Av. Rev. Bobt. E. 
Wenk, Pastor. 

St. John's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church — 3718 Army, Rev. Gustave A. 
Waasa, Pastor; 1582 La Salle .\v. 

St. Paul's German Methodist Episcopal 
Church — 240 Page. Rev. Frank Brlnk- 
meyer. Pastor; r. 242 Page. 

Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Corner Market, Noe and 16th. Rev. Rob- 
ertson Burley, Pastor; r. 3878 17th. 

Union Street Methodist Episcopal Chap- 
el — 2345 Union. Rev. J. H. Lewin, Pas- 
tor; r. 638 Buchanan. 

Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church — 
Southeast corner Hayes and Buchanan. 
Rev. J. H. Lewin, Pastor. 

Methodist, Boath. 

Fitzgerald Memorial Methodist Episco- 
pal Church — Bush bet. Taylor and Jones. 
Rev. J. Abner Sage. Pastor; r. 960 Bush. 

Korean Mission — 1053 Oak. Rev. David 
Lee, Pastor. 

Pnibytarlan. 

Bethany Presbyterian Church — Madrid 
and Excelsior. Rev. A. R. Willis, Pastor; 
r. 319 London. 

Calvary Presbyterian Church — North- 
west corner Jackson and Fillmore. Rev. 
Josiah Sibley, Pastor; r. 2528 Washing- 
ton. 

Chinese Presbyterian Church — 925 
Stockton. 



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Churches 



First Presbyterian Church — Southeast 
corner Van Ness Av. and Sacramento. 
Rev. W. K. Guthrie. Pastor; r. 2353 Paclflo 
Av. 

Olenslde Presbyterian Church — Dia- 
mond between Chenery and Surrey. Rev. 
A. R. Willis, Pastor; r. 319 Ix>ndon. 

Grace Presbyterian Church — 802 Hano- 
ver. Rev. Paul R. Dickie, Pastor. 

Holly Park Presbyterian Church — Cole- 
ridge and Lizzie. Rev. James M. Mc- 
Elhlnney, Pastor; r. 102 Coleridge. 

Howard Presbyterian Church — South- 
west corner of Oak and Baker. Rev. J. 
W. Lundy. Pastor; r. 1834 Grove. 

Japanese Church of Christ — l.iOO Post. 

Lebanon Presbyterian Church — Corner 
Sanchez and 23d. Rev. H. G. Murray, 
Pastor: r 56 Vicksburg. 

Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church — 
Clement and 31st Av. Rev. Philip Pavne, 
Pastor; r 5822 California. 

Mlzpah Presbyterian Church — Harrison 
near 5th. Rev. F. A- Doane, Pastor; r. 
192 Hawthorne. 

Olivet Presbyterian Church — 19th and 
Missouri. Rev. W. C. Spaan, Pastor; r. 
1419. 19th. 

Parkslde Presbyterian Church — Taraval 
and 28th Av. Rev. Robt. N. Powers, Pas- 
tor; r. 1420 Taraval. 

Russian Presbyterian Mission — 954 
Carolina. Rev. Joachim Glazko, Pastor; 
r. 1235 DeHaro. 

Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church — • 
7th Av. between Irving and Judah. Rev. 
W. J. Fisher. Pastor; r. 1482, 6th Av. 

St James Presbyterian Church — Leland 
Av. opp. Cora. Rev. R. B. Hummel, Pas- 
tor. 

St. John's Presbyterian Church — Argu- 
ello Blvd. corner Lake. Rev. W. A. 
Philips, Pastor. 

St. Paul's Presbyterian Church — 4227 
Kirkham. Rev. C. E. Lukens. Pastor. 

Trinity Presbyterian Church — South- 
west corner 23d and Capp. Rev. J. C. 
Reid, Pastor; r. SOO Head St. 

University Mound Presbyterian Church 
— Corner Girard and Felton. 

Welsh Presbyterian Church — 451 Va- 
lencia. Rev. F. Floyd Jones, Pastor; r. 
446 14th. 

^Westminster Presbyterian Church — 
Southeast corner Pagre and Webster. Rev. 
H, W. Gilchrist. Pastor. 

TTnlted Freabyterlan. 

First United Presbyterian Church — ■ 
Golden Gate Av. bet. Pierce and Stelner. 
Rev. O. P. Bell, Pastor; r. 1548 Fulton. 

Ingleslde United Presbyterian Church — 
Corner Ocean and Granada Avs. Rev. 
W. R. McKnlght, Pastor; r. 282 Granada 
Av. 

Second United Presbyterian Church — 
Guerrero, between 22d and 23d. Rev. 
William E. Dugan. Pastor; r. 1074 Guer- 
rero. 

Boman OathoUo. 

Most Rev. K J. Hanna, D.D.. .\rch- 
bishop; Very Rev. P. L. Ryan, Vicar Gen- 
eral. Jas. P. Cantwell, Sec, 1100 Frank- 
lin. 

All Hallows Church — Newhall, bet, 
Oakdale and Palou Avs. Rev. D. O'Sul- 
Uvan, Rector; Rev. Jolin Brady, Assist- 
ant; r. 1715 Oakdale Av. 

Church of Corpus Chrlstl — 80 Santa 
Rosa Av. Rev. B. C. Redahan, Pastor. 
Served by the Saleslan Fathers. - 

Church of the Epiphany — Russia Av. 
and Paris. Rev. Jas. Stokes, Pastor; r. 
33 Persia Av. 

Church of St. Charles Borromeo — 
Northwest corner of 18th and Shotwell. 
Rev. Jos. A. McAulirfe. Rector; Rev. 
Edw. Onedet and Rev. Chas. P. Ryan, 
Assistants; r. 2213 Howard. 

Church of St. John The Evangelist — 
St. Mary's Av. between Mission and Mar- 



sllly Av. Rev. Wm. Lyons, Pastor; Rev. 
Hugh Bohan and Rev. Francis Fletcher, 
Assistants; r. 19 St. Mary's Av. 

Church of the Holy Cross — Eddy be- 
tween Scott and DIvisadero. Rev. J. W. 
Brockhage, Rector; Itev. Wm. F. Keller, 
Assistant; r. 1818 Eddy. 

Church of the Most Holy Redeemer — 
Diamond near 18th. Rev. Chas E. O'Nelle, 
Rector; Rev. E. W. O'Connor and Rev. 
Reuben Bray, Assistants; r. 116 Dia- 
mond. 

Church of the Nativity (Slavonian) — 
Fell, between FYanklln and Gough. Rev. 
FYancls Turk, Rector; Rev. Wm. Hughes, 
Assistant; r. 245 Linden. 

French Roman Catholic Church — 1580 
La Salle Av. 

Immaculate Conception Church (Ital- 
ian) — Folsom bet. Preclta Av. and Rip- 
ley. 
Rev. Cornelius Guerin and Rev. Patrick 

Joan of Arc Church — La Salle Av. near 
Mendell. Rev. J. Gulbert, Pastor. 

Mission Dolores Church — 16th and Do- 
lores. Rev. John W. Sullivan, Rector; 
Rev. Cornelius Guerin and Rev. Patrick 
B. Duffy and Cornelius Guerin, Assist- 
ants; r. 3331. 16th. 

Notre Dame des Vlctolres — North side 
Bush, between Grant Av. and Stockton. 
Served by the Marlst Fathers. Very Rev. 
B. Allaln, Rector; Rev. M. J. Murphy, 
Rev. Fr. Helllet and Rev. L. LeBlhan. 
Assistants; r. 526 Bush. 

Sacred Heart Church — Corner Fillmore 
and Fell. Rev. Joseph P. McQualde, Rec- 
tor; Rev. Francis McCarthy, Rev. Tim- 
othy Moynlhan and Rev. Jas. Lennon. 
Assistants; r. 546 Fillmore. 

St. Agnes Church — West side Masonic 
Av., near Page. Rev. John A. Butler, 
Rector; r. 1025 Masonic Av. 

St. Anne's Church — Funston .\v. corner 
Irving. Rev. W. G. O'Mahony, Rector; 
r. 1299 Irving. 

St. Anthony's Church (German) — Army, 
between Shotwell and Folsom. Rev. 
Aegldlus Herkenrath, Pastor; r. 3225 
Army. 

St. Boniface's Church (German) — South 
side Golden Gate Av. between Jones and 
Leavenworth. Rev. Maximilian Neu- 
mann, Pastor; r 133 Golden Gate Av. 

St. Brendan's Church — Northeast cor- 
ner of Fremont and Harrison. Rev. Rich- 
ard Collins, Rector; r. 532 Brannan. 

St. Brlgld's Church — Van Ness Av. and 
Broadway. Rev. John E. Cottle, Rector; 
Rev. J. A. Ryan and Rev. Jolin McGarr, 
Assistants; r. 2117 Van Ness Av. 

St. Cecelia's Church — 15th Av, corner 
Taraval. Rev. John Tobin, Pastor. 

St. Dominic's Church — East side Pierce, 
between Bush and Pine. Served by the 
Dominican Fathers. Very Rev. Plus Mur- 
phy, Pastor; r. 2390 Bush. 

St. Edward's Church— California bet. 
Walnut and Laurel. Rev. W. J. Butler, 
Pastor: r 3320 California. 

St. Elizabeth's Church — Corner Berlin 
and W^ayland. Rev. M. J. Clifford, Pastor. 

St. Francis Church — Vallejo and Co- 
lumbus Av. Rev. Patrick CoUopy, Rec- 
tor; r. 610 Vallejo. 

fit. Ignatius Church — Corner Parker At. 
and Fulton. Conducted by the Fathers of 
the Society of Jesus, connected with St. 
Ignatius University. 

St. Emydius Church — Cor. Ashton and 
DoMontfort Avs. Rev. Thos. J. Comer- 
ford, Pastor; r. 286 Ashton Av. 

St. James Church — Guerrero and 28d. 
Rev. P. R. Lynch, Rector; Rev. Michael 
Power and Rev. Robert O'Connell. Assist- 
ants; r. 1086 Guerrero. 

St Joseph's Church — Howard and 10th. 
Rev. Patrick E. Mulligan. Rector; Rev. 
P. Bresiian and Rev. .Vrthur A. Walsh, 
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St. Mary's Cathedral — Northwest cor- 
ner Van Ness Av. and O'Farrell. Most 
Rev. Bdw. J. Hanna, Archbishop; Right 
Rev. Chas. A. Ramm, Administrator; 
Very Rev. P. L. Ryan, Vicar-General; 
Rev. Jas. Cantwell, Sec; Rev. D. J. 
Kelly and Rev. John M. Byrne, Assist- 
ants; r 1100 Franklin 

St. Mary's Church (Paulist Fathers) — 
Northeast corner California and Grant 
Av. Rev. M. P. Smith, Rector; r. 660 
California. 

St. Michael's Church — ^Broad, near Ply- 
mouth Av. Rev. Jerome B. Hannigan, 
Rector; iRev. Timothy Slianahanj, As- 
sistant; r. 3'2 Broad. 

(St. Monica's Church — 369 23d Av. nr. 
Geary. Rev. Edw. Doran, Pastor. 

St. Patrick's Church — Mission, between 
3d and 4th. Rev. John Rogers, Rector; 
Rev. Aidan Doyle, Rev. Paul Anderson, 
and Rev. Michael Callanan, Assistants; 
r. 756 Mission. 

St. Paul's Church — 29th and Church. 
Rev. M. D. Connolly, Rector; Rev. H. J. 
Lyne, Rev. B. T. McAllister and Kev. 
Wm. J. Quirke, Assistants; r. 221 Valley. 
St. Peter's Church — East side of Ala- 
bama, between 24th and 25th. Rev. P. C. 
Yorke, Rector; Rev. Ralph Hunt, Rev. 
Edw. Maher, Rev. Michael Doyle and Rev. 
Robt. O'Connor, Assistants; r. 1200 Flor- 
ida. 

Sts. Peter and Paul's Church (Italian- 
Salesian Fathers of Ven. Don Bosco) — 
650 Filbert. Rev. R. M. Pipernl, Rector; 
Rev. Oreste Trinchieri, Rev. Francesco 
Garassino, Rev. Jos. R. Simeoni and 
Louis B. Gain, Assistants; r. 1600 Grant 
Av. 

St. Philip the Apostle Church — Eliza- 
beth between Diamond and Castro. Rev. 
John J. Cullen, Pastor, and Rev. M. J. 
Doyle, Assistant; r. 725 Diamond. 

St. Rose's Church — Brannan, near 4th. 
Rev. Richard Collins, Rector; Rev. Tim- 
othy Galvin, Assistant; r. 532 Brannan. 

St. Teresa's Church — Tennessee, near 
19th. Rev. John Harnett, Pastor; Rev. 
Peter Bennett and Rev. E. J. Kelly. Assist- 
ants; r. 723 Tennessee. 

St. Vincent de Paul Church — Green and 
Steiner. Rev. Martin P. Ryan, Rector; 
Rev. Jas. Donahue and Rev. J. H. Long, 
Assistants; r. 2300 Green, 

Star of the Sea Church — Northwest 
corner Geary and 8th Av. Rev. Philip 
O'Ryan, Rector; Rev. R. Fitzgerald and 
Rev. J. P. Buckley, Assistants; r. 371, 8th 
Av. 

Tglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guada- 
lupe — North side Broadway, between Ma- 
son and Taylor. Rev. A. M. Santandreu. 
Rector; Rev. Francis Rodergas and Rev. 
F. I. Elizondo. Assistants; r. 908 Broad- 
way. 

Chapels. 

Canon Kip Memorial Mission — 246, 2d. 

Holy Names Convent — 10th and How- 
ard. 

Japanese Catholic Mission — 1715 Oc- 
tavia. 

Convent of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion — 24th and Guerrero. 

Little Sisters of the Poor — Lake, opp. 
4th Av. 

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

Notre Dame Convent — Dolores and 16th. 

Sacred Heart Academy — Jackson and 
Scott. 

Sacred Heart College — Ellis, corner 
Franklin. 

Sisters of the Holy Family — Northeast 
corner Hayes and Fillmore. 

St. Agnes Academy — 545 Ashbury. 

St. Brigid's Convent — Van Ness Av. and 
Broadway. 

St. Catherine's Home — Potrero Av. near 
21st. 

St. Charles Academy — 18th and Shot- 
well. 



St. Francis Technical School — Geary 
and Gough. 

St. Mary's Hospital — Hayes and Shra- 
der. 

St. Peter's Academy — 24th and Ala- 
bama. 

St. Rose's Academy — JPlne, corner of 

St. Sebastian's — Presidio. 

St. Vincent's Convent — 5th and Clemen- 
tina. 

Youths' Directory — 19th and Church. 

Bweflenborglaii, 
Church of the New Jerusalem — North- 
west corner Lyon and Washington. 

New Jerusalem Church — 1640 O'Farrell. 
Rev. Thos. French, Pastor; r. Sebasto- 
pol, Cal. 

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First Unitarian Church — Southwest 
corner Franklin and Geary. Caleb S. S. 
Dutton, Pastor; r. 3477 Pacific Av. 
Mlicellaneons Clmrolies. 

American Rescue Workers — 1028 Mar- 
ket, 540 Valencia; o ce 46 Kearny. 

Assemblea Cristiana — 720 Columbus 
Av. 

Buddhist Mission — 1881 Pine. 

Catholic Apostolic Church — 601 Belve- 
dere. Rev. R. R. Krull, Pastor. 

Christadelphians — 2091. 15th. 

Christian Assyrian Congregation-^110 
Stillman. 

Christian Crusade Assembly — 1161 
Golden Gate Av. 

Christian Philosophical Institute — Pa- 
cific Bldg. Dr. Wilbert DeRoy Casper, 
Bishop. 

Christian Science Reformed Church — 
Rev. John D. Hathaway, Pastor; head- 
quarters, 1530 Ellis. 

Church of Christ — 149 Eddy. Max Dang- 
paap, Evangelist; r. 253, 8th Av. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 
Saints — 1649 Hayes. 

Church of the Advent— 261 Fell. 

Church of the Plymouth Bretheren — 
1040 Wisconsin. 

Church of the Seventh-Day Adventlsts 
Society of San Francisco — 916 Laguna. 
C. E. Ford, Pastor. 

Church of the Sunflower League of 
Spiritualists— 44 Page. 

City Rescue Mission — 184 Jessie. 

Congregational Chinese Mission — 1858 
Laguna. 

Cumberland Presbyterian Chinese Mis- 
sion — 1101 Stockton. 

Emanuel Evangelical Asan. — 19th and 
Capp. Rev. H. O. Loreny, Pastor. 

Finnish Seamen's Mission — 9 Mission. 

First Pentecostal Church of the Naza- 
rene — 3416, 19th. Thos. Murrish, Pastor; 
r. 28 Cumberland. 

Hebrew School and Synagogue — Gold- 
en Gate Av. bet. Buchanan and Webster. 

Glad Tidings Mission — Rev. R. J. 
Craig, Pastor: 1536 Ellis. 

Grace and Truth Mission — Rev. Fredk. 
W. Childe, Pastor; 1658 O'Farrell. 

Gospel Hall — 1230 Valencia. 

Hindu Temple — 2963 Webster. 

Holy Trinity Church (Greek Ortho- 
dox) — 317, 17th. Rev. C. A. Tsapralis, 
Pastor. 

Home of Truth — 1109 Franklin. Serv- 
ices Sunday 11 a. m., at 536 Sutter. 

Japanese Reformed Church — 1760 Post. 

Jerry McAuley Mission of S. F. — Under 
auspices of The California Prison Com- 
mission, 110 Stillman. 

Korean Mission — 1053 Oak. Rev. David 
Lee, Pastor. 

Life Line Gospel Mission — 828 Kear- 
ney. 

Mariner's Church — 58 Commercial. 

Methodist Episcopal Chinese Church — 
1001 Stockton. 

People's Church — 184 Jessie. 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of 
Latter Day Saints — Caselli Av. and Dan- 



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Miscellaneous Churches 

vers. Rev. Gilbert J. Waller, Pastor; r. 
1436 Taylor. 

Salvation Army Headquarters— (South- 
ern Pacific Province) — Lieut. Col. Henry 
C. Lee, Provincial Officer; Brigadier A. 

Salvation Army Industrial and Social 
Merri weather. General Sec; rooms 322- 
324 Lachman Bldg., 417 Mariset. 
Department — Major George Reid, officer 
in charge, S.tO Harrison. 

Scandinavian Evan. Lutheran Seamen's 
Mission — 9 Mission. Kev. Ole Groens- 
berg. Pastor. 

Spiritual Church o( the Soul — 1217 
Geary. 

Swedish Tabernacle — 415 Dolores. 

Synodical Society of Home Missions of 
the Presbyteiiian Church — 920 Sacra- 
mento. 

United Evangelistic Mission Associa- 
tion— 59 Collingwood. Rev. J. W. HUl, 
General Superintendent. 

Universal Alliance Church (Inc.) — 222 
Van Ness Av. 

Volunteers of America — Headquarters 
Pacific Coast Regiment, 119, 10th; Colonel 
and Mrs. Walter Duncan, Commanding. 

Whosoever-Wlll Rescue Mission (Inc.) 
—614 Pacific. 

COXiX^EOBS AITD FBZTATE SCXOOKS. 

Academy of the Immaculate Conception 
— Guerrero, between 24th and 25th. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart — North- 
west corner Jackson and Scott. 

California School of Mechanical Arts, 
The — Corner 16th and Utah. Rudolph J. 
Taussig, Pres. ; George A. Merrill, Sec- 
retary-Director; Bruno Heymann, Dean; 
Ora E. Iverson, Recorder. 

Cogswell Polytechnical College — Corner 
of 26th and Folsom. John H. Samml, Sec. 

College of Notre Dame — Dolores bet. 
16th and 17th. Conducted by Sisters of 
Notre Dame. 

College of Pacific Endowment Fund 
Committee — Royal Insurance Bldg. John 
A. Percy, Sec; Rolla V. Watt, Chairman. 
Meets at call of Chairman. 

Dudley Business College— Mission Bank 
Bldg., 16th and Julian Av. 

George, E., School of Languages — (Ber- 
litz Method), 2531 Washington. 

Hamlin's, Miss, School — 2230 Pacific Av. 

Hastings College of Law — Law Depart- 
ment of the University of California, City 
Hall. Edward Robeson Taylor, Dean. 

Heald's Business College — B. P. Heald, 
Pres. Van Ness Av. and Post. 

Immaculate Conception Academy — -1214 
Guerrero 

Pacific College of Law — Saml. S. Mc- 
Cahill, LL. M., Dean. Monadnock Bldg. 

Sacred Heart College — Ellis and Frank- 
lin. Conducted by the Brothers of the 
Christians Schools. Brother Gregory, 
F. S. C, Pres. 

Sacred Heart Presentation Convent — 
281 Masonic Av. Conducted by the Pre- 
sentation Sisters. 

San Francisco Jiuslness College — 1215 
Van Ness Av. 

San Francisco Theological Seminary, 
The — San Anselmo, Marin County. 

St. Agnes Presentation Academy — Sis- 
ter M. Mechtilde, Superior. 545 Ashbury. 

St. Ignatius University — 2211 Hayes. 
Very Rev. Patrick J. Foote, S. J., Pres. 

St. John's School — 2518 Howard. Con- 
nected with St. Johannes Evangelical 
Lutheran Church. J. H. F. Hoelter, Prln. 

St. Joseph's Schools — 10th, between 
Howard and Folsom. Boys' school, con- 
ducted by the Brothers of Mary. Rev. 
Brother George, Superior. The Girls' 
school is conducted by the Sisters of 
the Holy Names. Rev. Mother Mary Mar- 
cella, Superioress. 

St. Paulus School — Conducted with St. 



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Paulus Lutheran Church. Corner Eddy 
and Gough. 

St. Rose's Academy — 2475 Pine. 

Trinity School — 846 Stanyan. 

WUmerding School of Industrial Arts — 
Northeast corner Utah and 17th. George 
A. Merrill, Director; George F. Wood, 
Dean; Hilda Von Der Mehden, Recorder. 



EZOSAHOEB. 

Builders' Exchange, The — 180-188 Jes- 
sie. S. A. D. Schenck, Fin. Sec, Sharon 
Bldg. Building open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. 
Board of Directors meets last Friday of 
month at 11 a. m. 

Building Industries Association — 
Headquarters open from 8 a. m. to 5 
p. m. Board of Governors meet 2d Tues- 
day In each month. Chas. W. Gompertz, 
Pres.; S. G. Hurst, Sec, 110 Jessie. 

General Contractors' Association • — 
Rooms open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Asso- 
ciation hours, 12 m. to 2:30 p. m. dally. 
Board meetings 2d Monday In each 
month. A. F. Llndgren, Pres.; P. J. Cole, 
Sec, 110 Jessie. 

Insurance Brokers' Exchange — Room 
708 Merchants Exchange Bldg. Meets 2d 
Wednesday of each month. S. M. An- 
derson, Sec-Mgr. 

Master Plasterers' Association — 185 
Stevenson. Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays 
of each month at the Builders' Exchange. 
Wm. S. iScott, Sec. 

Merchants' Exchange, The — 465 Cali- 
fornia. 

San Francisco Real Estate Board— Tj. 
H. Mooser, Pres.; L. E. Burks, Sec, 
Mills Bldg. 

San Francisco Stock Exchange — Ses- 
sions held daily commencing at 9.30 a. m. 
at 353 Bush. 

San Francisco Stock and Bond Ex- 
change — 341 Montgomery. Sessions 10:30 
a. m. and 2 p. m. L. P. Wilton, Sec. 

San Francisco Wholesael Dairy Prod- 
uce Exchange — 268 Market. 

COUBTB. 

For United States Courts, see Federal 
Government Offices. For Superior, Jus- 
tices' and Police Courts, see City and 
County Government. For Supreme Court, 
see State Officers. 

riynr.'RAii ocvxHinssirT omoBS 

Army United States, Western Division 
(embracing the States of California, 
Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, 
Washington, Wyoming and the Terri- 
tories of Alaska and Hawaiian Islands 
— Headquarters: San Francisco, Cal., 
Santa Fe Bldg. Commander, Major 

General J. F. Morrison, U. S. A. 

Department of California — Headquar- 
ters: Fort Mlley. 

Marine Corps, United States — North- 
west corner Annie and Stevenson. 

Branch Hydrographic Office, United 
States Navy — Merchants Exchange 
Bldg. Lieut. Comdr. Chas. P. Huff. 
Cable Censor: 22 Battery. 

Bureau of War Risk Insurance — 4 20 
Flood Bldg. 

California Debris Commission — W. H. 
Heuer, U. S. A. retired, Pres.; Colonel 
L. H. Rand (Corps of Engineers, U. S. 
A.) 405 Custom House. 

Coast and Geodetic Survey (Western Coaat 
Division) — Office, 310 Custom House. 
E. F. Dlckins, Inspector In charge, San 
Francisco. 

Collector of the Customs— Office, 319 Cus- 
tom House. J. O. Davis, Collector; 
Henry E. Farmer, Chief Clerk; Newton 
S. Farley, Deputy; William B. Ham- 
len, Gauger. 63 Appraisers Bldg. 

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Federal Oil Director of Pacific Coast — D. 
M. Folsom, First Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Federal Board for Vocational Education 
— W. G. Hummel, Federal Agent Agri- 
cultural Education; Ben W. Johnson, 
Federal Agent for Industrial Educa- 
tion. 681 Market. 

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco — 
James K. Lynch, Gov.; Wm. A. Day, 
Asst. Dep. Gov.; John Perrin. Chairman 
of Board; Geo. O. Bordwell, Cashier; C. 
J. Shepard, Asst. Cashier; Ira Clerk, 
Asst. Cashier. 313 Battery. 

Internal Revenue Collector — 121 Custom 
House. Justus S. Wardell, Collector; 
John L. Flynn, Chief Deputy; C. J Mc- 
Glynn, Cashier. 

Interstate Commerce Commission (Divis- 
ion of Valuation, Pacific District) — 
Wells Fargo & Co. Bldg., 85. 2d. 

Master and Examiner in Chancery, tJ. S. 
District Court — Harry M. Wright, 306 
Postofflcc Bldg. 

National Parks — Mark R. Daniels, Gen- 
eral Supt., 1085 Monadnock Bldg. 

National Quarantine Station — Angel Is- 
land. 

Naval Consulting Board — A. H. Babcock, 
65 Market. 

Naval Officer — Office, 325 Custom House. 

Postofflce — 7th and Mission. Chas. W. 
Fay, Postmaster; W. F. Burke, Assist- 
ant; Stuart Aldrich, Supt. Money Order 
Division; E. J. Barton, Cashier; Wm. L. 
St. Amant, Supt. of Mails; R. KauKuss, 
Clerk in Charge Postal Savings De- 
pository; L. P. McGettigan, Geo. J. 
Asmussen, Examiners of Stations. 

Postofflce Inspectors — Postofflce Bldg., 
room 218. S. H. Morse, Inspector In 
charge. 

Special Agents U. S. Treasury Depart- 
ment—Room 815 Custom House. W. H. 
Tidwell, Special Agent In Charge. 

Superintendent Railway Mail Service — 
Claude E. Slater. Office, 234 Postofflce 
CBldg. 

Surveyor of Customs^John S. Irby, Sur- 
veyor; John T. Stone, Chief Deputy. 
Office, 325 Custom House. 

United States Appraiser of Merchandise — 
Ed. E. Leake. Room 49 Appraisers 
Bldg. 

United States Attorney — Frank M. Silva. 
Room 405, Postofflce Bldg. 

United States Auditor of Customs (S. F. 
Dist.) — 214 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce (Dept. of Com- 
merce) — 307 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Bureau of Mines — 506 Cus- 
tom House Bldg. 

United States Bureau of Mines (Chem- 
ical Laboratory) — 13 Appraisers Bldg. 

United States Bureau of Public Roads — 
Mills Bldg. 

United States Chinese Bureau^S2 Ap- 
praisers Bldg and Angel Island. 

United States Civil Service Commission — 
Twelfth District (Arizona, California, 
Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and 
Utah). Headquarters, 241 Postofflce 
Bldg. Charles L. Snyder, District Sec. 

United States Circuit Court of Appeals 
for the Ninth Circuit — Room 326 Post- 
offlce Bldg. Cerk's office, room 319 
Postofflce Bldg. 

Circuit Judges — William H. Gilbert, 
Erskine M. Ross, William W. Morrow 
and William H. Hunt. 

Circuit Justice — Joseph McKenna, 
Washington, D. C. 

Secretary — Wm. H. Barnum. 
District Judges — BenJ. F. Bledsoe, 
Charles E. Wolverton, Edward S. Far- 
rington, Frank S. Dietrich, William C. 
Van Fleet, Robert S. Bean, Frank H. 
Rudkin, George M. Bourquin, Edward 
E. Cushman, Jeremiah Neterer, Maurice 
T. Dooling, William H. Sawtelle knd 
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Clerk — Frank D. Monckton. 
Deputy Clerks — Paul P. O'Brien and 
Howard Thomas. 

Marshal — Jas. B. Holohan. 
Crier — O. W. Yeargaln. 

United States Alaska Engineering Com- 
mission — 'Geo. H. Gamble. Purch. Agt 
Kohl Bldg. 

United States Department of Labor (Em- 
ployment Service) — ^Women and Girls' 
Department, Chronicle Bldg.; Men's, 2 
Appraisers Bldg. 

United States Coast Guard — Thirteenth 
District. Office, rooms 416-421 Custom 
House Bldg. Stations: Fort Point, Pre- 
sidio Reservation, Golden Gate, V4 mile 
south of Clift House, South side Ocean 
Beach 3^4 miles South of Golden Gate, 
Point Bonita and Fort Barry Reserva- 
tion. 

United States Commandant, 12th Naval 
District — 461 Market. 

United States Commissioner of Immigra- 
tion — Room 62 Appraisers Bldg. 

United States Commissioner — Francis 
Krull, room 308 Postofflce Bldg. 

United States Court House and Postofflce 
Building — Chas. W. Fay, Custodian, 114 
Postofflce Bldg. 

United States District Court — First Di- 
vision for the Northern District of 
California — Room 332 Postofflce Bldg. 
Clerk's offlce, room 309 Postofflce Bldg. 
Judge— M. T. Dooling. Clerk — W. B. 
Maling. Deputy Clerks — C. W. Cal- 
breath, L. S. Morris, T. L. Baldwin and 
C. M. Taylor. 

United States District Court — Second Di- 
vision Northern District of California 
— Room 304 Postofflce Bldg. Clerk's 
office, 327 Postofflce Bldg. 

Judge — William C. Van Fleet. Tele- 
phone Market 301. Clerk — W. B. Mal- 
ing. Deputy Clerk — John A. Schaert- 
zer. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
(Bureau of Animal Industry) — Labora- 
tory, 45 H Appraisers Bldg., A. E. Gra- 
ham, Sen. Laboratory Inspector. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
(Bureau of Animal Industry) — Meat 
Inspection and Live Stock Quarantine 
H. H. Hicks, Inspector in charge, room 
501 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
(Bureau of Chemistry) — Food and 
Drug Inspection Laboratory, 33 Ap- 
praisers Bldg. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
(Bureau of Crop Estimates) — Room 508 
Custom House Bldg. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
(Forest Service) — P. E. Olmsted. Dis- 
trict Forester. 114 Sansome. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
— Offlce of Public Roads, District No. 
2, Mills Bldg. 

United States Department of Agriculture 
— Bureau of Markets — Grain Super- 
vision and Market News, hay and grain, 
Merchants Exchange Bldg. Live Stock 
and Meats, 606 Balboa Bldg. Seed Re- 
porting, 607 Balboa Bldg. 

United States Department of Justice — • 
Room 214, Postofflce Bldg. 

United States Department of Justice (Bu- 
reau of Investigation) — Flood Bldg. 

United States Department of Labor — (Di- 
rector of Employment for California, 
Arizona and Nevada) W. T. Boyce, Di- 
rector, 703 Market. 

United States Engineer's Offlce (Rivers 
and Harbors) — Room 401 Custom 
House Bldg. 

United States Engineer's Offlce (Sacra- 
mento and San Joaquin Rivers) — Room 
405 Custom House Bldg. 
I'nited States Kxplosive Inspector — J. 
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United States Food Administration — 
Italph Merrltt, Commissioner, 417 
Market. 

United States General Land Office (San 
Francisco Field Division) — Geo. Hay- 
worth, Chief. Room 512 Custom House 
Bldg. 

■United States Geological Survey — Charles 
G. Yale In charge. Room 305 Custom 
House Bldg. Water Resource Branch — 
H. D. McGlashan, District Engineer. 
Room 328 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Housing Corporation — R. 
A. Petit, Manager, Sharon Bldg. 

United States Indian Service — 608 How- 
ard. 

United States Internal Revenue Agent — 
H. J. Douglas, Flood Bldg. 

United States Internal Revenue Collector 
— Justus S. Warden. 119 Custom House 
Bldg. 

United States Land Office — John B. San- 
ford, Register; Grace B. Caukln, Re- 
ceiver. 311 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Lighthouse Inspector — H. 
W. Rhodes. Office, 424 Custom House 
Bldg. 

United States Local Inspector of Boilers 
of Steam Vessels — J. P. Dolan, room 
519 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Local Inspector of Hulls, 
Steam and Sail Vessels — James Guth- 
rie. Room 520 Custom House Bldg. 

United States Marine Hospital — Moun- 
tain Lake Presidio Reservation. Out- 
Patlent office, room 1 Appraisers Bldg. 

United States Marshal of Northern Dis- 
trict of California — James B. Holohan. 
office, room 311 Postoffice Bldg. Chief 
Office Deputy, George H. Burnham. 

United States Mint — Office hours from 9 
a. m. to 3. p. m. Gold bullion received 
dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Superin- 
tendent, Thaddeus W. H. Shanahan. 

United States Naturalization Bureau, De- 
partment of Labor (California, Nevada, 
Arizona) — Room 204 Postoffice Bldg. 
George A. Crutchfleld, Chief Examiner. 

United States Naval Communication Ser- 
vice — A. R. Rice, Expert Radio Aide, 
4315 Mission. 

United States Naval Officer (Port of San 
Francisco) — Jas. H. Barry. Room 325 
Custom House Bldg. 

United States Naval Reserve Force (12th 
Naval District) — Capt. Robt. L. Rus- 
sell, U. S. N., Commandant, 461 Market. 

United States Naval Petroleum Re- 
serves — Lt. Com. Irwin F. Landis, U. S. 
N., retired. In charge. 217 Postoffice 
Bldg. 

United States Naval Training Station — 
Terba Buena (Goat) Island. 

United States 12th Naval District — Com- 
mandant, Supply and Disbursing Offices. 
461 Market. 

United States Navy — S. F. Branch of 
Naval Intelligence. Wm. C. Van Ant- 
werp In charge, 593 Market. 

United States Navy Pay Office — Office, 
First National Bank Bldg. W. B. Izard, 
Pay Inspector, U. S. N. 

United States Pension Bureau — Special 
Examiner for the Northern District of 
California and Nevada. I. D. Lalferty. 
Room 419. Postoffice Bldg. 

United .States Public Health Service— W. 
C. Billings In charge. 74 New Mont- 
gomery. 

United States Radio Inspector — Room 526 
Custom House Bldg. 

United States Railroad Administration 
Western Region) — DIv. of Law, 310 
Sansome; DIv. of Liquidation of 
Claims. 65 Market. 

United States Reclamation — Office of 
District Counsel, 414 Postoffice ]^ldg. 
Oliver P. Morton, Counsel. 

United States Bureau of Standards 
(Chemical Laboratory) — Room 81 Ap- 
praisers Bldg. 



United States Receiver for Oil Compa- 
nies — L. F. Byington. 485 California- 
United States Referee In Bankruptcy — 
A. B. Kreft, Referee. Room 202 Post- 
office Bldg. 

United States Secret Service — ^Agent in 
Charge, oflice 208 Postoffice Bldg. 

United States Shipping Board Emer- 
gency Fleet Corporation — 461 Market. 

United States Shipping Commissioner — 
11 Appraisers Bldg. 

United States Sub-Treasury — Sansome 
and Pine. Office hours, 10 a. m. to S 
p. m. Saturdays. 10 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. 
Wm. J. McGee, Asst. Treas. ; John T. 
Lyden, Cashier; Thomas P. Burns. 

United States Superintendent of Con- 
struction. — J. W. Roberts, Supervis- 
ing Superintendent. Room 403 Post- 
oflBce Bldg. 

United States Supervising Inspector of 
Steam and Sail Vessels, First District 
— John K. Bulger. Room 520 Custom 
House Bldg. 

United States Surveyor-General for Cali- 
fornia — Sub-Treasury Bldg. 

United States Surveyor of Customs (Port 
of San Francisco) — Room 324 Custom 
House Bldg. 

United States War Trade Board — C. O. 
G. Miller. Special Agent. 211 Custom 
House Bldg. 

United States Weather Bureau — Office, 
Merchants Exchange Bldg. G. H. Will- 
son and E. A. Beals, Forecasters. 



OFPICZBB 07 STATE OF OAXJTOUMXA 

Crovernor — Wm. D. Stephens; salary, $10,- 
000. Private Secretary, Martin Mads- 
den. 

Lieutenant Governor -C. C. Young. Ex- 
officlo President of the Senate; salary, 
$4,000. 

Secretary of State — .Frank C. Jordan; sal- 
ary, $5,000. Deputy, Frank Corey; sal- 
ary, $3,000. 

Attorney-General — ^U. S. Webb; salary, 
$6,000. Assistant, E. B. Power; salary, 
4,000. 

Clerk of Supreme Court — B. Grant Tay- 
lor; salary, $5,000. Chief Deputy, W. R. 
Mackrille; salary. $2,400. 

Controller — John S. Chambers; salary, 
$5,000. Deputy, D. A. Moulton; salary, 
$8,000. 

Superintendent of Banks — Ohas. F. 
Stern: salary, $8,000. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction — 
Wm. Wood; salary, $5,000. Deputy, 
salary. ; salary, $2,400. 

Superintendent of State Printing — Rob- 
ert L. Telfer; salary, $6,000. 

Surveyor-General — W. S. Kingsbury; sal- 
ary, $5,000. Deputy, A. W. Sanborn; 
salary, $3,000. 

(The Surveyor-General Is ex-officio 
Register of the State Land Office.) 

Treasurer — Friend Richardson; salary, 
$5,000. 

Accountancy Board (State) — Wm. Dolge, 
Sec, 311 California, San Francisco. 

Adjutant-General — Edwin A. Forbes: sal- 
ary, $3,600. Asst. Adjutant-General, 
Chas. W. Thomas, Jr. 

Agriculture. Board of — President, Ben. 
Rush; Seca-etary, J. L. Pllcher. 

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

Board of Architecture — William Curlett. 
Fres., San Francisco, Phelan Bldg. 
(Northern District); F. L. Roehrig, 
Sec, Los Angeles (Southern District. 

Board of Control — Jas. R. Tehaney, Sec. 
525 Market. 

Building and Loan Commissioners — 
George S. Walker, Commissioner; James 
L. Fields, Sec; Claus Spreckels Bldg., 
San Francisco. 

California Federation of Farmers — Co- 
operative Marketing Associations — D. 
.\. Field, Kxeciitive Sec. 



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California Highway Commission — W. 
Lewis Clark, Division Eng. Rlalto Bldg. 

California State Mining Bureau — 3d floor 
Ferry Bldg., San Francisco. Library 
contains about 5,000 volumes of select- 
ed works in addition to the numerous 
publications of the Bureau. Open 
daily, free to the public, from 9 a, m. 
to 5 p. m., except Sundays and holidays. 
Saturdays from 9 a. m. to 12 m. F. 
McN. Hamilton, State Mineralogist; W. 
W. Thayer, Sei;. 

California State Federation of Labor — 
525 Market. Paul Scharrenberg, sec. 

Charities and Corrections, State Board 
of — Hewes Bldg. 

Commission of Immigration and Housing 
of California — 525 Marliet. 

Dairy Bureau, State — F. W. Andreason, 
Sec. 268 Market. 

Dental Examiners, ^o'ard of — Secretary, 
C. A. Herrlck, 133 Geary, San Francisco. 

Department of Highways — See State 

A Highway Consulting Board. 

Development Board — Ferry Bldg. Wm. J. 
Dutton, Pres. ; R. N. Lynch, Vlce-Pres. 
and Mgr. ; Mrs. K M. Cheesewright, 
Asst. Sec. 

Education, Board of — Is composed of the 
Governor, Supt. Public Instruction, 
Pres. University of California, Profes- 
sor of Pedagogy University of Callfor. 
nla. Principals Normal Schools of San 
Jose, Los Angeles, Chico, San Diego and 
San Francisco. 

Equalization, Board of — (Office, Sacra- 
mento.) Edw. ML Rolkin. John Mitchell, 
R. E. Collins and Jeft McElvaine; T. M. 
Eby, Sec, Sacramento. 

Fish and Game Commissioners — Frank M. 
Newbert, Pres.; Ernest Schaeffle, Sec, 
Call Bldg. 

Forestry Department, State — <3. Morris 
Homans. Ferry Bldg. 

Harbor Commissioners — San Francisco 
(Union Depot and Ferry Bldg.); John 
H. McCallum, H. M. Cosgrlff, San 
Diego; F. R. Burnham, Pres.; F. S. 
Moody; Chas. H. Swallow, Sec. 

Health, Board of — Geo. B. Ebright, Pres., 
San Francisco; Fred F. Gundrum, Vice- 
Pres.. Sacramento; Wilbur A. Sawyer, 
Sacramento, Sec; Wm. Leraoyne Wills, 
Los Angeles; Edw. F. Glaser, San Fran- 
cisco; Adelaide Brown, San Francisco; 
Robt. A. Peers, Colfax. 

Health Bureau of Social Hygiene, State 
Board of — Lewis Mlclielson, Director. 

Health Bureau for Registration of 
Nurses, State Board of. — 525 Market. 

Horticulture, Commissioner of — Geo. H. 
Hecke, Sacramento; San Francisco of- 
fice. 11 Ferry Bldg. 

Industrial Accident Commission. State of 
Cal. — 526 Market. W. J. French, A. J. 
PlUsbury, A. H. Naftzger, Commis- 
sioners; H. L. White, Sec. 

Industrial Welfare Commission — Mrs. 
Katherine Phillips Edson, Commission- 
er, 525 Market. 
Inheritance Tax Department — A. H. El- 
liot, Asst. Atty., 544 Market. 
Insurance Commissioner — Alex McCabe, 

San Francisco. Office, 201 Sansome. 
Interstate Commerce Commission — Di- 
vision of Valuation, Paciflo District, 85, 
2d. 
Labor Statistics Bureau — John McLaugh- 
lin. Commissioner, San Francisco. 

Librarian, State — M. J. Ferguson, Librar- 
ian; Mabel R. Gillis, Assistant Li- 
brarian. 

Sutro Branch.California State Library, 
Southeast corner Sacramento and Web- 
ster (Fillmore and California Street 
cars one block distant. Sacramento 
Street cars pass the door). Open daily 
9 a. m. to 4 p. m. except Sundays. 

Includes valuable Sutro Library of 
about 70,000 rare books, manuscripts, 
etc., covering all subjects, presented 



to the California State Library by the 
heirs of the late Adolph Sutro, Esq.. 
in 1913 and about 19,000 other items 
added during 1917 and 1918 by deposit 
and gift, such as sample copies of 
books by California publishers, the 
libraries of the California Genealog- 
ical Society and the Astronomical So- 
ciety of the Pacific, the library of the 
late Mrs. Walter Damon Mansfield 
and a part of the library of the Cali- 
fornia Society Sons of the American 
Revolution. 

The books and other material in the 
State Library (about 200,000 vols.) 
are also available to the people of the 
Bay region through the Sutro Branch, 
the service of the Sutro branch being 
supplemental to local free library 
service. 
Mining Bureau — F. McN. Hamilton, State 

Mineralogist. W. W. Thayer, Sec. 
Normal School at San Francisco — Fred- 
erick L. Burk, Principal. 
Notaries Public — (See Business Directo- 
ry). 

Pilot Commissioners — San Francisco, 
Mare Island and Benlcla. Office, 311 
Merchants Exchange Bldg. Alfred 
Greenebaum, H. Z. Howard and W. T. 
Lewis; H. M. Burke, Sec. 

Port Wardens — Office, 110 Market; John 
Leale, W. H. Pratt, Thos. Wallace. 

Preston School of Industry — lone, Ama- 
dor County; C. H. Dunton, Supt. 

Prison Directors — Chas. Neumlller, 
Pres., Stockton; B. B. Meek, Oroville; 
Henry Elckhoff, San Francisco; Chas. E. 
McLaughlin, Sacramento; J. G Mattos, 
Jr., CentervlUe. 

Public Employment Bureau — 933 Mis- 
sion. 

Railroad Commissioners — E. O. Edger- 
ton, Pres.; H. D. Loveland, F. R. Devlin, 
H. W. Brundige, Irving Martin. W. R. 
Williams, Sec; H. G. Mathewson, Asst. 
Sec; office, 903 Flood Bldg. 

State Advisory Pardon Board — 328 
Mills Bldg. 

State Banking Dept. — 625 Market. 
State Board of Accounting — 311 Cali- 
fornia. 

State Board of Pharmacy — 136 Stock- 
ton. 

State CIvU Service Commission — 10 
Ferry Bldg. Chas. W. Reed. Berkeley, 
Pres.; D. J. Reese, Ventura; Edgar Wil- 
liams, Redlands. 

State Commission Market — ^Underwood 
Bldg., G. B. Daniels, Director; Edgar 
A. Forbes, Sec. 

State Cattle Protection Board — J. B. 
Newsom, Executive Official, 525 Market. 
State Compensation Insurance Fund — 
525 Market. B. R. Welch, Sec. 

State Highway Consulting Board — 
Chas. D. Blaney, Santa Clara; Burton A. 
Towne, Lodl; N. D. Darlington, Los Ange- 
les. 
State Engineer — Wilbur P. McClure. 
State Highway Engineer — Austin B. 
Fletcher. 
State Inheritance Tax Dept— 'TSS Mar- 
State Medical Society — Dr. J. H. Bar- 
bat, Pres.. San Francisco; Dr. Saxton 
Pope, Sec.-Treas.. San Francisco; office, 
135 Stockton. 

State Mineralogist— F. McN. Hamilton, 
Ferry Bldg., San FYanclsco. 

State Motor Vehicle Dept. — B. F. Office, 
Ferry Bldg. 

State Public Employment Bureau — 
Men's Dept., 933 Mission; Women's Dept., 
Pacific Bldg. 

State Purchasing Dept. — S. F. Branch, 
Ferry Bldg., North end. 

State Real Estate Department — Ray 
L. Riley. Comr. ; John J. Deane, Dep. 
Comr. Chronicle Bldg. 
State Veterinarian — Dr. Chas. Keane, 




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Los Angeles; W. E. D. Morrison. Asst., 
LiOs Angeles. 

State Tax Commission — Clyde I. Sea- 
vey. E. A. Dickson. 

State Water Commission — Josephine A. 
Patten Sec, Call BIdg. 

University of California — Regents: Gov- 
ernor Wm. D. Stephens, J. B. Relnsteln, 
Guv C. Earl, F. S. Johnson, W. H. Crocker, 
A W. Foster, C. W. Slack, John E. Budd, 
T. R. Bard, C. Rowell, Garret W. McEner- 
ney, J. W. McKinley, Rev. Charles A. 
Ramm, F. W. Dohrmann and John A. Brit- 
ton; Victor H. Henderson, Sec. 

Veterans Home of California — ^Saml. W. 
Backus, Pres.; Hugh M. Burke, Vice- 
Pres.; J. C. Currier, G. Parker Dillon, M. 
D. (Sacramento), E. B. Hlnman (Lodi). 
J. O. Prewett (Sacramento), Hugh Hogan 
(Oakland), Merchants Exchange Bldg. 

Veterinary Medical Board — Robert A. 
Archibald, Pres., Oakland; D. F. Fox. Sac- 
ramento; Ward B. Rowland, Pasadena; 
T. W. Orme, San Bernardino; E. J. Creely, 
Sec, San Francisco. 

Warden, San Quentin Prison — Jas. A. 
Johnson. 

Warden, Folsom Prison — J. J. Smith. 

Whlttier Home for Juvenile Offenders 
— J. P. Greeley, Supt. 

Widows' Pension Bureau — Miss Mar- 
garet Nesfleld, Director, City Hall. 



BTTPKESO: COXTXT. 

Location, Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 
Bldg., S. E. cor. 2d and Mission. 

Chief Justice — F. M. Angellotti. 

Justice — Curtis D. Wilbur. 

Justice — Warren Olney, Jr. 

Justice — W. P. Lawlor. 

Justice — Lucien Shaw. 

Justice — Thos. J. Lennon. 

Justice — Wm. A. Sloane. 

Attorney-General — U. S. Webb, Hum- 
boldt Bank Bldg. 

Chief Deputy Attorney-General^-Ray- 
mond Benjamin. 

Deputy Attorney-General — R. W. Har- 
ri.«on. Humboldt Bank Bldg. 

Clerk — B. Grant Taylor. San FYanclsco. 

Chief Deputy Clerk — W. R. Mackrllle, 
San Francisco. 

Deputy Clerks — Isadore Erb, G. H. S. 
Dryden, A. S. Ramage, San FYanclsco. 

Stenographer — W. S. Chisholm. 

Secretary — H. C. Flnkler. 

.Secretary — Joseph B. Dryden. 

Phonographic Reporter — W. J. Nlchol- 
.son and Fred S. Lafferty. 

Reporter — Fred S. Lafferty. 

Librarian — Thos. F. Tlunn. 

Bailiffs— J. M. Meredith. E. B. Hinkle. 
Department One. 

Lucien Shaw. Pre.siding Justice. 

William P. Lawlor. Justice. 

Olney W'arren, Jr., Justice. 
Department Two. 

W, A. Sloane, Justice. 

Curtis D. Wilbur, Justice. 

Thomas J. Lennon, Justice. 



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Tint OUtrlct. 

Uivision No. 1. 

Wm. H. Waste, Oakland. Presiding. 

Frank H. Kerrigan, of San Francisco. 

John E. Richards, of San Jose. 

J. B. Martin, Clerk; J. P. Richards, Dep- 
Divlslon No. 2. 
Wm. H. Langdon, Modesto. Presiding. 
Frank S. Brittain. of San Francisco. 
John T. Nourse, of San Francisco. 

J. B. Martin, Clerk. 

Second District. 

M. T. Allen, of Los Angeles, Presiding. 

V. E. Shaw, of Los Angeles. 

W. P. James, of Los Angelea. 

W. D. Shearer, Clerk; H. C. Llllle, Dep- 
uty Clerk: J. H. Crumrine, Reporter; Wil- 
liam H. Morris. Bailiff. 



Third Slatrlot. 

N. P. Chlpman, of Red Bluff, Presiding. 
Elijah C. Hart, of Sacramento. 
Albert G. Burnett, of Santa Rosa. 
G. H. Chase, Clerk. 

BOeFXTAXiB, HOMES ANB ASTKinCS. 

American Baptist Home Mission — 15 
Waverly PI. 

American Rescue Workers Church^ 
113 Minna. J. M. Herman. Pastor. 

Boys and Girls Aid Society — 460 Baker. 
Trustees meet on the 2d Saturday of each 
month. George C. Turner, Supt. 

Buena Vista Hospital — L'l Buena 
Vista Av. 

Central Emergency Hospital — Civic 
Center. 

Chevra Hachnosoth Orechlm (The Shel- 
ter)— 436 O'Farrell. 

City and County Relief Home — Off Cor- 
bett Av. near Lake Honda, (See City and 
County Government.) 

Fairmont Hospital — 1055 Pine. 

Florence Crittenton Home — 376, 20th 
At. 

Franklin Hospital — Noe bet. Duboce 
Av. and 14th. E. G. Arps, General Supt. 

French Hospital — Geary bet. 5th and 
6th Avs. Conducted by the French Mu- 
tual Benevolent Society. L. Sans. Supt. 

Hebrew Home for Aged Disabled — 2604 
Howard. Miss Amelia Levy, Sec; Frank 
M. Gladstone, Supt.; Mrs. F. M. Glad- 
stone, Matron. 

Hebrew Old People's Home — 80 Silver 
Av.; office 436 O'Farrell. 

Home for the Aged of the Little Sisters 
of the Poor — 4th Av. and Lake. 

Hospital for Children and Training 
School for Nurses — 3700 California. Dr. 
W. E. Musgrave. Supt. 

Isolation Hospital — Army and DeHaro. 

Lane Hospital and Stanford Univer- 
sity Hospital — S. E. cor. of Clay and 
■Webster. 

Maria Klpp Orphanage and Alfred Nut- 
tall Nelson Memorial Home — N. E. cor. 
of 7th Av. and Lake. 

Mary's Help Hospital — 145 Guerrero. 

McKinley Orphanage — 3841, 19th. 

Mount St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum 
(Roman Catholic) — Bay View and New- 
hall. 

Mount Zlon Hospital — 2200 Post. J. B. 
Levlson, Pres.; Meyer H. Levy, Sec; 486 
O'Farrell. Louis C. Levy, Supt. 2200 
Post. 

Old People's Home of San Francisco^ 
2507 Pine. Board of Lady Managers; 
Frank W. Dean, Supt.; M. E. Rum- 
well, Physician; Mrs. Katherine John- 
son, Matron. Business meetings of the 
Board of Managers are held on the 1st 
Wednesday of each month at 10:30 a. m. 
William H. Crocker, Pres. 

Pacific Hebrew Home for Aged — 8( Sil- 
ver Av. 

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and 
Home Society — Judge Max C. Sloss, 
Pres.; Meyer H. Levy, Sec; office, 436 
O'Farrell. Asylum — East side of Divlsa- 
dero bet. Hayes and Grove. Samuel Lan- 
ger, Supt. Formed for the care, relief, 
protection and improvement of orphan 
children, and for the care of aged Israel- 
ites who are without adequate means of 
support. Home for Aged Israelites (a 
branch of the Society) is located at the 
corner of Silver Av. and Mission. Gus- 
tav Schnee, Supt. 

Pest House — S. W. cor. Army and De 
Haro. 

Presbyterian Mission Home for Chinese 
Girls — Miss Donaldina M. Cameron, Supt., 
920 Sacramento. 

Protestant Episcopal Old Ladies Home, 
The — 2158 Golden Gate Av. 

Quarantine Hospital — Angel Island. 

Receiving Hospital — (See Board of 
Health). 

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View and Newhall. 

Saint Catherine's Home and Training 
School — 901 Potrero Av. 

San Francisco Home for Incurables — 
Pros.; Mrs. C. W. Slack, Treas.. 2224 
Sacramento; Miss Ida C. Tautphaus, 
Supt. 

San Francisco Home for Girls — Central 
Av. cor. Waller. 

San Francisco Ladles' Protection and 
Relief Society — 1200 Franlilin. 

San Francisco Maternity — 2032 Web- 
ster. 

San Francisco Nursery for Homeless 
Children — 14th Av. and Lake. A non-sec- 
tarian home for little ones under four- 
teen years. 

San Francisco Protestant Orphan Asy- 
lum Society — Haight bet. Laguna and 
Buchanan. 

St. Francis Girls' Directory Orphan 
Asylum — 901 Buena Vista Av. For the 
care, maintenance and education of or- 
phans, half-orphans and abandoned chil- 
dren of all denominations and nationall- 
tres. In charge of the Sisters of St. 
Francis. 
St. EYancls Hospital — Hyde and Bush. 
St. Joseph's Home and Hospital — S. W. 
cor. Buena Vista and Park Hill Avs. 
Sister M. Lintgardis, Superioress. 

St. Luke's Hospital — ^Established in 
1871 — Valencia bet. Army and Tiffany. 

St. Mary's Hospital — 2200 Hayes. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 

St. Winifred's Sanatorium — 1065 Sut- 
ter. 

Tuberculosis Hospital — 22d and San 
Bruno Av. 

University Mound Old Ladles' Home — 
University and Bacon. Kolla V. Watt, 
Sec. 

Veterans' Home of California — A State 
Home for disabled volunteer soldiers and 
sailors, under the control of board of di- 
rectors, appointed by the Governor of the 
State. 

All honorably discharged officers, sol- 
diers and sailors who served in the regu- 
lar or volunteer forces of the United 
States In any war in which the country 
has been engaged, Including the Spanish- 
American war, the provisional army 
(authorized by Act of Congress, approved 
March 2, 1899), in any of the campaigns 
against hostile Indians, or who have 
served in the Philippines, in China or 
Alaska, who are disabled by disease, 
wounds or otherwise, and who have no 
adequate means of support, are not other- 
wise provided for by law, and by reason 
of such disability are Incapable of earn- 
ing their living, provided they have re- 
sided in the State of California for at 
least six months immediately preceding 
their application, shall be entitled to ad- 
mission into the Home, subject to the 
laws of the State of California, and to 
the regulations prescribed by the Board 
of Directors for its control and manage- 
ment. Directors — Samuel W. Backus, 
Pres.; Hugh M. Burke, Vice-Pres.; J. C. 
Currier, G. Parker Dillon, M. D., E. H. 
Hlnman. Hugh Hogan and James O. 
Prewett. 

Youths' Directory — Church and 19th. 
This institution comprises a Free Em- 
ployment Bureau and a Temporary Home 
for destitute children, who are not eligi- 
ble to asylums, in search of employment. 
Rev. D. O. Crowley, Sec. 



mPBOVEBIXilTT CI-VBS. 
Clvlo and Economic AsBOclatioiia. 

Civic League of Improvement Clubs 
and Associations of San Francisco — A 
civic body composed of delegates from 
Improvement Clubs and other associa- 
tions — Meets second Thursday, 8 p. m., 
Phelan Building Assembly Hall. Officers 
and E.Necutive Committee: P. R. Thomp- 



son, Pres,; L. W. Neustadter. 1st Vice- 
Pres.: W. W. Watson, 2d Vice-Pres.; W. 
W. Thayer, 3d Vice-Pres.; Courtney L. 
Moore, 4th Vice-Pres.; R. M. J. Arm- 
strong, 5th Vice-Pres.; George Skaller, 
Treasurer; G. Trlttenbach, Auditor; Geo. 
W. Gerhard, Sec. Advisory Board; Ar- 
thur Joel, Chairman; Dr. Julius Rosen- 
stirn. Robert A. Roos, Fred L. Hansen, 
James P. Sweeney. J. M. Itepner, A. W. 
Scott, Jr., Julius S. Godeau, Robert Beh- 
low, Oscar A. Tolle. Offices and com- 
mittee rooms, SO7-S0S Mills Bldg. Phone 
Sutter 4480. 

Apartment House Owners and Mana- 
gers Association — Meets second Tuesday, 
8 p. m., Mt. Diablo Hall, 430 Mason; Thos. 
J. Christal, Sec, 328 Mason. 

Associated Asphalt Plant Owners As- 
sociation — Meets call of President, Build- 
ers Exchange, Wm. S. Scott Sec, 185 
Stevenson. 

Building Industries Association — P. M. 
Wuillemln Sec, 110 Jessie, phone Sutter 
3580, 

California Building Law Association — 
Meets at call of President, Builders Ex- 
change, W. S. Scott Sec, 185 Stevenson. 

California Foundrymen's A.ssociation — 
Meets third Thursday, 522 Underwood 
Bldg., Wm. H. Thille Sec, telephone Sut- 
ter 4250. 

California Industries Association — 
Meets Thursday, 12 m,, Palace Hotel, 
N. H. Sloane, mgr,. 531-535 Call Bldg,, 
74 New Montgomery. 

California Metal Trades Association — 
Meets May and November, rooms 230 to 
233 Southern Pacific Bldg., Fred C. Met- 
calf Sec, 65 Market. Telephone Kearny 
3412. 

Chinese Chamber of Commerce — Meets 
754 Sacramento, Toy K. Lowe Sec, 701 
Grant Av Telephone China 166. 

Church Street Improvement Club- 
Meets second and fourth Tuesdays, 8 p. 
m., Bonita Hall, W. A. Bode Sec, 3929 
Army. 

Civic Department, California Club — 
Meets first and third Tuesdays, 1:30 p. m., 
1750 Clay. 

Claremont Court Improvement .Asso- 
ciation — Meets second Monday. Wm, F, 
Schmidt, Sec, 1240 Portola Drive. 

Commonwealth Club of California — 
Meets second Wednesday, 8 p. m.. Hotel 
St. Francis; every Saturday, 12 m., Palace 
Hotel. Pres., Albert E. Boynton; Sec, J. 
M. Kepner. Library and offices 153 Kear- 
ny. Telephone Kearny 1310. 

Divisadero District Improvement Asso- 
ciation — Meets third Tuesday, 8:30 p. m.. 
Turn Verein Hall, 2460 Butter; Sec, Ches- 
ter Williamson, 1464 Divisadero. 

Downtown Association — Meets Friday, 
12:30 p. m.. Hotel St. Francis, E. V. Saun- 
ders Sec, 150 Post. 

Dravmen's Association of San Fran- 
cisco — Felix Gross, Sec, Call Bldg. Tele- 
phone Kearny 131. 

Dumbarton State Highway Bridge As- 
sociation — W. J. Martin, Pres., 210 Hearst 
Bldg., San Francisco. Telephone Sutter 

Eureka Valley Merchants Association 
— Meets first and third Mondays, 8 p. m,, 
507 Castro, Leo Hess Sec, 55 Caselli Av. 

Expanded Metal Lath Bureau of Sta- 
tistics — Meets first and third Tuesdays, 
Builders Exchange, Wm. S. Scott Sec, 185 
Stevenson. 

Exposition-Golden Gate Valley Im- 
provement Association — Meets Tuesdays, 
8 p. m., Steimke Hall. 2768 Octavia, Mrs, 
Leah H. Davis Sec, 2854 Gough. 

Fillmore Street Improvement Associa- 
tion — Meets first and third Mondays, 
King Solomon's Hall, 1739 Fillmore, Mor- 
ris Schwartz Sec, 1405 Fillmore. 



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Societies 



Fourth and Fifth Streets District Im- 
provement Association — Meets second 
and fourth Mondays, 8 p. m.. Pacific Bldgr. 
Assembly Hall, Henry Newburgh Sec., 
Balboa Bldg., 593 Market. 

Garage Owners Protective Association 
— Meets fourth Thursday, St. Francis 
Hotel, A. D'Ettel Sec, 900 O'Farrell. 

Halght and Ashbury Improvement As- 
sociation — Meets second and fourth Mon- 
days, 1748 Halght, C. VV. Mack, Sec, 320 
Frederick. 

Hayes Valley Improvement Associa- 
tion — Meets second and fourth Tuesdays, 
520 Hayes, J. H. Sparrow Sec, 154- Julian 
Av. 

Improvement Club of Oceanslde — Meets 
.second Tuesday at 1418, 48th Av. C. F. 
Griffin, Pres., 4008 Judah. 

Ingleside Terraces Improvement Club 
— Meets second Monday, Ingleslde Ter- 
races Club House, 85 Cerritos Av. 

Lobos Improvement Club — 309, 4th Av. 
Manufacturers' Association of South 
San Francisco — J. G. Walker, Sec, 222 
Linden Av., South San F*ancisco. 

Market and Guerrero Streets Improve- 
ment Club — Meets first Monday, 8 p. m., 
45 Guerrero, W. S. Voy Sec. 1847 Market. 
Market Street Association — Meets at 
call of chairman. Palace Hotel. R. M. J. 
Armstrong, Sec. 

Master Plasterers' Association — Meets 
first and third Tuesdays, Builders Ex- 
change. Wm. S. Scott Sec, 185 Stevenson. 
Mission Promotion Association — Meets 
Monday, 8 p. m.. C. F. Plttman Sec, 515 
Valencia. Telephone Market 1041. 

Mission Street Merchants' Association 
— Meets first Monday, 9:15 p. m., 2478 
Mission, J. C. Marshall Sec, 486 Pine. 

North Beach Promotion Association — 
Meets third Wednesday, 8 p m., Pugazi 
Civic Bldg., 678 Green, Dr. F. Fischer 
Sec, 1329 Jackson. 

North Central Improvement Associa- 
tion — Meets at call of the chair. Edgar 
Painter Sec, 807-808 Kohl Bldg. Tele- 
phone Kearny 30. 

Northern California Wholesale Grocers 
Association — Mr. R. H. Bennett, Sec, 65 
Market. Telephone Kearny 1525. 

Oceanslde Improvement Association — 
Meets first Wednesday, Oceanslde Hall, 
48th and Irving, H. W. Crozler, Sec, 1468 
Great Highway. 

Park-Presldio Improvement Associa- 
tion — Meets second and fourth Tuesdays, 
8 p. m., 649, 8th Av., Geo. R. Meyerderks 
Sec, 674, 7th Av. 

Parkway Terrace Association — Meets 
second Monday, 8 p. m.. 2701 Lincoln 
Way, Frank Dunn Sec, 1277, 27th Av. 

Point Lobos Improvement Association 
. — Meets second and fourth Fridays, 8 p. 
m., 1750 Clay, F. M. Harvey, Sec. 
G. A. Blank Sec, 250 Clement. 

Polk and Larkin District Improvement 
Association — Meets third Tuesday, g p. 
m., 1750 Clay, John S. MacKay Sec, 1327 
Chestnut. 

Recreation League of San Francisco — 
Mrs. E. G. Baldwin Sec, 20 Market. Tele- 
phone Kearny 1684. 

Retail Druggists' Association of San 
Francisco — N. Schwartz Sec, 1327 Mc- 
Allister. 

Retail Dry Goods Association of San 
Francisco— Meets first and third Thurs- 
days, Ben Armer Sec, 609 Llebes Bldg. 

Retail Grocers' Association of San 
F^ancl.sco — Meets fourth Monday, Native 
Sons Hall, 430 Mason, F. B. Connolly Sec, 
319 Sheldon Bldg. 

San Francisco Advertising Club^Meets 
Wednesdays and Fridays, Palace Hotel, 
.San Francisco Association for the Study 
and Prevention of Tuberculosis — Meets 
first and third Thursdays. 1647 Jackson, 
Dr. A. H. Glannlnl, Sec, Bank of Italy, 



Clay and Montgomery. 

San Francisco Automobile Trade Asso- 
ciation — A. D'Ettel Sec. 900 O'Farrell. 
Telephone Prospect 293. 

San Francisco Convention and Tourist 
League — Meets first Thursday after first 
Monday, San Francisco Commercial Club, 
R. L. Webb Sec, Exposition Auditorium. 
Telephone Market 1208. 

San Francisco County Medical Society 
— Meets first Tuesday, Medical Bldg., 
Bush and Hyde, Rene Bine M. D., Sec. 360 
Post. 

San Francisco Real Estate Board — 
Louis Mooser, Pres., Leslie E. Burks 
Sec, 530 Mills Bldg., 220 Montgomery. 
Telephone Garfield 2167. 

San Francisco Restaurant Association 
— Meets at call of chair, 549 Pacific Bldg., 
L. Lewison Sec, 551 Pacific Bldg. Tele- 
phone Garfield 783, 

San Francisco Retail Lumber Yards — 
Meets Thursdays 12:15 p. m.. Palace Ho- 
tel, C. S. Trlpler Sec. 1209 Hearst Bldg. 

Sloat Beach Improvement Association 
— Meets first Saturday, 8 p. m., 2353, 45th 
Av., William Fairbanks Sec, 2349, 45th 
Av. 

'South Central Improvement Associa- 
tion — Meets first Wednesday, 8 p. m., 250 
10th, Edward F. Lucett Sec, 1040 Na- 
toma. 

South of Civic Center Improvement As- 
sociation — Meets Wednesdays, 8 p. m., 
1243 Folsom, Abner McMahon Sec, 9 
Summer. 

South San Francisco Chamber of Com- 
merce — Meets first Wednesday, 8 p. m.. 
City Hall, South San Francisco, J. G. 
Walker Sec, South San Francisco. 

Southern Promotion Association — Meets 
call of chair, 523, 3d. Miss D. M. Lovely, 
Sec. 

Sunset Improvement Club — Meets first 
Wednesday, 8 p. m.. 1468, 9th Av., P. S. 
Brown Sec, 1459, 9th Av. 

Sutro Heights Improvement Club — 
Meets second Sunday, 10.30 a. m.. La 
Playa near Balboa, Chas. M. Stoltz, Sec, 
4709 California. 

Sutter Street Property Owners' Im- 
provement Association — Meets call of 
chair. Hotel Granada, Wm. M. Wise Sec, 
1000 Sutter. 

Team and Auto Truck Association — 
Meets first and third Tuesdays, 8 p. m.. 
Builders Exchange, Wm. S. Scott, Sec. 
1S5 Stevenson. 

The Builders Exchange— Meets dally, 
8 a. m. to 5 p. m., 180-188 Jessie, R. J. H. 
Forbes Sec, Monadnock Bldg. 

University Heights Improvement Club 
— 260 Gambler. 

Van Ness Avenue Improvement Associ- 
ation — Meets first Friday, 819 Phelan 
Bldg., W. I. Barry Sec, 693 Market. 

West of Fillmore Street Improvement 
Association — Meets first Thursday, 8 p. 
m., Girls' High School, J. J. Handley, Sec, 
1942 Post. 



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Academy of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion — Guerrero and 24th. 

Academy of the Sacred Heart — Cor. 
Jackson and Scott. 

Accordion — 621 Stockton. 

Accountants' Assn of San Francisco — 
Call Bldg. 

Acetylene Operators Social and Ath- 
letic Club — ^802 Guerrero. 

Adler Kindergarten, 1041 Greenwich. 

Advertising Assn. of San Francisco — 
Palace Hotel, H. Wm. Nelle, Sec. 

Amiiated Catholic Charities— J. S. 
Fennell, Pres., 995 Market. 

Alameda County Pharmaceutical Assn. 
—693 Market. 

.rvlfalfa Growers of California— 525 
Market. 



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Societies 



Allied Printing Trades Club — 717 Mar- 

Alumnl Association College of Phar- 
macy of the University of California — 
Organized in 1882. Miss P. J. Nasli, Sec. 
Meetings are held at Affiliated Colleges. 

Alumni Association College of Physi- 
cians and Surgeons — Charles M. Tropp- 
mann, Sec; 1799 McAllister. Quarterly 
meetings at the College Building, 14th 
near Valencia. 

Alumni Association University of St. 
Ignatius — Quarterly meetings. 

American Athletic and Social Club — 

American Bible Society — 122 McAl- 
lister. 
252, 6th. F. C. Hawes, Pres. 

American Board of Commissioners for 
Foreign Missions — 419 Phelan Bkig. H. H. 
Kelsey, Sec. 

American Club — 252. 6th 

American Institute of Architecture — • 
77 O'Farrell 

• American Institute of Banking — Jno. 
S. Wilson, Sec, 126 Post. 

American Masonic Federation, Inc. — 
1278 Market. 

American Red Star Animal Relief — 214 
Balboa Building. 

American Registered Pharmacists — 
Pacific Bldg. 

American Rescue Workers— 1028 Mar- 
ket. 

American Shipmasters Assn. of the Pa- 
cific Coast — ^112 Market. C. O. Andersen, 
Sec. 

Amoro.sa Club — 30th and San Jose Av. 

Armenian and Syrian Relief — Mills 
Bldg. 

Anti-Compulsory Serum League — 755 
Pacific Bldg. 

Anti-Saloon League — D. M. Gandler, 
Supt.; A. H. Briggs, State Supt. North- 
ern California, 3 City Hall Av. 

Anti-Single Tax Association of Cal. — 
Albert B. Kern, Pres.; L. E. Burks, Sec, 
Mills Bldg. 

Apartment House Owners and Man- 
agers Assn. — Thos. J. Christal, Sec, 703 
Market. 

Ararad Club — 16 Geary. 

Ardenwood Country Club — 19th Av. 
and Slot Blvd. 

Architectural Club of S. F. — 126 Post. 

Argonaut Club — N. W. cor. Post and 
Powell. ^ „^ 

Arion Verein — Club rooms, California 
House. 

Associated Chambers of Commerce of 
the Pacific Coast — C. W. Burks, Sec, 530 
Mills Bldg. 

Associated Charities — Organized March 
1888; 1500 Jackson. Meets last Thursday 
of each month at 12:30 p. m. at St. Francis 
Hotel. Miss Katherlne C. Felton, Gen- 
Associated Property Owners of S. F. — 
550 Montgomery. 

Associated Sign Painters of S. F. — 12 
Geary. 

Associated Teaming and Grading Con- 
tractors — W. S. Scott Sec, 185 Stevenson. 

Association Athletic and Social Club — 
2970. 16th. 

Association of Bonded Attorneys— 503 
Market. 

Astronomical Society of the Pacific — 
128 Lick Bldg. Library is located in 
Sutro Library. D. S. Richardson, Sec 

Audubon Association of the Pacific — 
C. B Lastreto, Pres., 260 California; C. 
N. Douglass, Rec. Sec, Kohl Bldg. 

Australasian Assn. of California — L. A. 
Morelll, Sec, 1033 Franklin. 

Automobile and Accessories Dealers 
Traffic Bureau — Flood Bldg. 

Auto Accessories Credit Assn— 68 Post. 
A, F. Lemberger, Sec. 

Automobile Body Builders, Painters and 
Trimmers Association of San Francisco 
— 900 O'Farrell. 



Automobile Metal Workers' Protective 
Association of San Francisco — 900 O'Far- 
rell. 

Bar Association of San Francisco — Or- 
ganized April 20, 1872. Objects: To main- 
tain the honor and dignity of the pro- 
fession of the law. to Increase Its use- 
fulness in promoting the due administra- 
tion of Justice, to cultivate social Inter- 
course among its members, and to pro- 
cure and maintain a library for their 
use. Rooms, Pacific Bldg., 4th and Mar- 
ket. Jeremiah F. Sullivan, Pres.; George 
J. Martin, Sec. 

Barbarian Club — 54 8 Haight. 

Bear Club — 4441 Mission. 

Belgian Benevolent Society — Meets at 
Bergez Frank's, 421 Bush 2d Tuesday In 
each month. John Greefkens, Pres.; A. 
Mestre, Sec; 1707 Geary. All visiting 
Belgians are welcome. 

Benevolent Society of the United States 
for the Propagation of Cremation, Branch 
No. 48 — 143 Albion Av. 

Bibliotheque de la Ligue Natlonale 
Francaise — 110 Sutter. 

Blavatsky Lodge of Theosophists — 
126 Post. 

Blue Bell Social Club — 3273, 22d. 

Bohemian Club — N. E. cor. Post and 
Taylor. Meetings 3d Tuesday In Janu- 
ary, April, July and October. R. C. 
Newell, Pres.; Wm. P. Horn, Vice-Pres. ; 
P. G. Goode, Treas.; T. C. Kierulft, Sec; 
Frank W. Smith, Asst. Sec. and Mgr. 

Bon Air Social Club — 366 Fell. 

Bonita Club — 3889, 26th. 

Book Club of California — 68 Post. 

Bookbinders and Bindery Women's 
Union, Locals Nos. 31-125 — ^Meet last Fri- 
•bor Temple, 16th and Capp. T. J. Leary, 
Pres.; office, 525 Market. 

Boy Scouts of America, National Coun- 
cil — J. R. Kenny, Sec, Phelan Bldg. 

Boy Scouts of America — R. O. Hanson, 
Executive, 704 Market. 

Boys' Aid Society — Geo. C. Perkins, 
Pres.; Geo. C. Turner, Supt. 4 60 Baker. 

Boys' and Girls' Industrial Home and 
Farm — Office, 417 Market. 

Boys' Welfare Society of California — 
Geo. W. Paterson, Executive Sec, 50 
Oak and 995 Market. 

Bottlers' Protective Association of Cal- 
ifornia — G. H. T. Jackson, Pres.; Louis 
R. Levy, Sec; 524 Gough. 

Brewers' Protective Association — 
Meets at 318 Humboldt Bank Bldg. every 
Friday. William Schuldt, Sec. 

British-American League — Meets 2d 
an d4th Thursdays at 414 Mason. 

British Benevolent Society of Califor- 
nia — Annual meeting 2d Tuesday In May 
at British Consulate General, 268 Mar- 
ket. Officers: A. Carnegie Ross, Consul 
General, Pres.; Donald C. C. Grant, Sec; 
H. P. Moir. Hon. Treasurer. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 
— Phelan Bldg. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen 
and Engineers — Pacific Bldg. 

Brotherhood of Railway Clerks — Pa- 
cific Bldg. Elmer B. Evans, Mgr. 

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen — 
Pacific Bldg. 

Building Industries Association — Chas. 
W. Gompertz, Pres.; H. P. Stow, First 
Vice-Pres.; D. Zelinsky, Second Vice- 
Pres.; R. G. Guyett, Treasurer; S. G. 
Hurst, Sec, 110 Jessie. 

Building Owners and Managers Assn. 
— Pacific Bldg. E. M. Applesarth, Mgr. 

Building Trades Employers Associa- 
tion of San Francisco — Chas. M. Elliot, 
Sec, 2 Market. 

Bunker Hill Association — Organized In 
1860 to inculcate a feeling of patriotism 
and commemorate the anniversary of the 
ever eventful Battle of Bunker Hill, June 
17th. Always celebrates the Battle of 
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Societiea 



year. Burke Holladay, Pres.; George W. 
Caswell, Sec; office. 442, 2d. 

RurlinBaKe Country Club— R. Pierce, 
Auditor, r.oa Marltet. 

Caledonian Club — Meets 1st and 3d Fri- 
day of each month at 44 Page. 

California Academy of Sciences — Or- 
ganized May 16, 1853; Incorporated June 
27. 1853, and February 24, 1871. An In- 
stitution for scientific research and pub- 
lic education; maintains a museum In Us 
new building in Golden Gate Park In 
which are extensive research collections 
of birds, mammals, reptiles, herbarium 
specimens and ottier groups, also In Its 
exhibition halls habitat groups of many 
species of California mammals and birds 
and a very extensive and valuable col- 
lection of west coast Indian baskets; 
maintains a free course of lectures at 8 
p. m. on the third Wednesday of each 
month and 3 p. m. each Sunday In the 
Museum building in Golden Gate Park. 
Board of Trustees: Wm. H. Crocker, 
Pres.; Joseph D. Grant, Vice-Pres.; John 
W. Mallliard, George W. Dickie, Wm M 
Fitzhugh, C. E. Grunskv and Rudolph J. 
Taussig. C. E. Grunsky, Pres. of the 
Academy; Dr. Barton Warren Evermann, 
Director of the Museum. 

Cabinet Manufacturers' Association — 
546 New Call BIdg., Frank D. Worth, Sec. 

California Almond Growers' Exchange 
—311 California. 

California Alpine CluV) — Pacific Bldg. 

California Anglers Association — 935 
Market. G. A. Wentworth, Sec. 

California Anti-Slavery Society — Clay- 
ton Herrlngton, Pres., 625 Market: Mary 
Fairbrother, Sec. 

California Association of Electrical 
Contractors and Dealers — 505 Rlalto Bldg, 

California Association of Electrical 
Contractors— J. W. Redpath, Sec, Rialto 
Bldg. 

California Bakers' Association — W M 
Foley, Sec, 465 California. 

California Bankers' Association — F. H. 
Colburn, Sec, Mills Bldg. 

California Bankers' Association — 
Fredk. H. Colburn, Sec, 628 Mills Bldg. 

California Bay District Council Broth- 
erhood of Ry. Clerks — Pacific Bldg. 

California Bean Dealers' Association — 
H. P. Dimond, Sec. 255 California. 

California Bible Society — 831 Monad- 
nock Bldg. Meets 1st Thursday In each 
month. Benjamin Romalne, Pres.; J. E 
White, Sec, 831 Monadnock Bldg. 

California Boys' Club — 698 Minna 

California Building Law Association — 
W. S. Scott. Sec; office, i:5 Stevenson. 
Meets at call of Chair at Builders' Ex- 
change. 

California Camera Club — 833 Market. 
Wm. C. Mackintosh, Pres.; J. H. Hornell 
Sec. 

California Cattlemen's Association — 
D. J. Stollery, Sec, Sharon Bldg. 

California Civic League— Phelan Bldg 

California Club— 1750 Clay. Mrs. H. C 

ibbltts, Pres.; Mrs. Jos. Victor, Rec 
Sec. 

California College of Pharmacy (De- 
partment of Pharmacy, University of 
California) — Parnassus Av. and 2d Av. 
Gaston E. Bacon. Ph. G., Pres.; Frank T 
Green, Dean; Haydn M. Simmons, Sec. 

California Council of Education— 681 
Market. 

California Dairy Council — 268 Market. 
California Drug Clerks' Association — 
Phil. Weiss, Sec, Pacific Bldg. 

California Federation of Farmers Co- 
operative Marketing Associations — 525 
Market. 

California Employers Assn. — Call Bldg. 
Jas. D. Roantree, Sec. 

California Farmers' Co-operative Assn. 
— 510 Battery. 

California Federation of Farmers — 525 
Market. F. N. BIgelow, Sec. 



California Football League — H W 
Maloney, Pres.; Wim. Campbell, Sec, 154 
Irvington. 

California Forest Protective Assn — 
Oocker Bldg. 

California Foundrymen's Association 
—p. Juild, Jr., Pes.; Wm. H. Thille, Sec, 
.i22 tnderwood Bldg. 

California Genealogical Society — Or- 
^nlzed February 12, 1898. Henry Byron 
Phillips, Pres.: B. M. Newcomb. Vlce- 
Pres ; Alvin Plummer. Vice-Pres.; Frank 
H. Pettingell. Vice-Pres.; O. M. New- 
comb. Treas.; Walter D. Mansfield, Li- 
brarian; Mrs. Elisha Tibblts, Historian; 
Clarence E. Heald, Rec. Sec; Sarah 
Louise Kimball, Cor. Sec, office and Li- 
brary with Sutro Branch of the Cali- 
fornia State Library, Lane Library Bldg 
S. E. cor. Sacramento and Webster. 

California Golf Association — J O To- 
bin, Pres.; H. Roberts, Sec, 465 Caiifor- 
nia. 

California Golf Club— Ingleside Ter- 
race and Junipedo Serra Blvd. 

California Grape Assn. — 12 Geary. 

California Grape Growers' Exchange 

703 Market. E. M. Sheehan, Mgr. 

California Grape Protective Associa- 
tion — H. F. Stoli. Sec, 216 Pine 

California Gold and Silversmiths' Assn 
— 220 Grant Av. 

California Grays- Masonic Temple 

California Historical Society — Hon J 
V Coftey, Pres.; T. W. Hubbard, Sec, 1002 
Phelan Bldg. 

California Hall Association— C G 
Bolsdorff, Sec. Polk, cor. Turk. 

California Home Missionary Society- 
Rev. L. D. Rathbone, Supt., 4 23 Phelan 
Bldg. 

California Hop Growers' Association — 
Geo. Hewlett, Pres., 816 Balboa Bldg. 

California Industries Assn. — 533 Call 
Bldg. M. H. Sloane, Mgr. 

California Inspection Rating Bureau — 
W. A. Chowen, Mgr.; R. w. Chandler, Sec. 
433 California. 

California Lawn Tennis Club — Grounds 
S. E. cor. Bush and Scott. H. B. Richard- 
son, Sec. 

California Literature Society — Geo H. 
Fitch. Pres.; Bram Nossen. Librarian- 
Richard E. White. Treas.; Mrs. Ella 
Sterling Mighels. Sec, 1605 Baker. 

California Material Dealers' Associa- 
tion — F. L. Hatch. Sec, Hearst Bldg. 

California Metal Trades Association — 
F. C Metcalf. Sec. 210 Rialto Bldg. 

California Metal & Mineral Producers' 
Assn. — 625 Market. Robt. I. Kerr, Sec. 

California Military Welfare Commis- 
sion — Flood Bldg. 

California Miners Association — John 
R. Tyrrell Sec, 1512 Hewes Bldg. 

California Pear Growers' Assn. — 216 
Pine. Frank T. Scott. Pres.; A. D. L. 
Hamilton, Sec. 

California Preserved Food Commis- 
sion — 417 Market. 

California Prisoners Aid Association — 
110 Stillman. Wm. T. Montgomery, Pres.- 
Geo. I. Baugh. Sec. 

California Redwood Association — E. A, 
Self ridge, Jr.. Pres.; C. W. McCann. Sec- 
Mgr.. Exposition Bldg., 216 Pine. 

California Retail Dry Goods Associa- 
tion — BenJ. Armer, Sec. 177 Post. 

California Retail Candv Dealers' Assn. 
— Pacific Bldg. 

California Retail Grocers' and Mer- 
chants Association — F. B. Connolly. Sec. 
Sheldon Bldg. ' 

California Retail Hardware & Imple- 
ment A.ssn. — 112 Market. 

California Shorthorn Breeders' Asso- 
ciation— D. J. Stallery. Sec. Sharon 
Bldg. 

California Society for Prevention of 
Cruelty to Children — Aimer M. Newhall, 
Pres.; M. J. White. Sec. 268 Market. 



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Societies 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 



Societies 



California State Automobile Associa- 
tion — Percy E. Towne, Pres. ; D. E. Wat- 
kins, Sec. and Mgr. ; F. V. Dewey, Aast. 
Sec.-Mgr. ; Geo. Chalmers, Mgr. Ins. 
Dept. ; Geo. Grant, Mgr. Touring Bureau. 
1628 Van Ness Av., tel Prospect 4064. 
— 785 Market. 

California State Board of Architecture 
— Sylvain Schnaittacher, Sec, Phelan 
Bldg. 

California State Board of Pharmacy — 
Louis Zeh, Sec; rooms, 909-910 Butler 
Bldg.. 135 Stockton. 

California State Brewers' Association 
— Rudolph Samet, Pres., 1550 Bryant. 

California State Dental Assn. — Dr. J. 
Camp Dean, Pres., Oakland; Dr. J. W. 
Leggett, Sec, San Francisco. 

California State Fish, Game and Forest 
Protective League — J. B. Hauer, Pres., 
333 Pine. 

California State Floral Society — 240 
Golden Gate Av. 

California State Homeopathic Medi- 
cal Society — Guy E. Manning, Sec, 516 
Sutter. 

California State Mining Bureau — 3d 
floor. Ferry Bldg., San Francisco. This 
institution is the chief source of reliable 
information about the mineral resources 
and mining industries of California. The 
museum now contains more than 20,000 
specimens, carefully labeled and attrac- 
tively arranged in show cases in a great, 
well-lighted hall, where they can be easily 
studied. The library contains about 5000 
volumes of selected works, in addition to 
the numerous publications of the Bureau. 
Open daily, free to the public, from ;i a. 
m. to 5 p. m., except Sundays and holi- 
days. Saturdays, from 9 a. m. to 12 
m. Fletcher McN. Hamilton, State Min- 
eralogist; W. W. Thayer. Sec. 

California Teachers' Association — 681 
Market. 

California Traffic Officers Assn. — 1026 
Market. 

California Wet Federation (formerly 
Knights of the Royal Arch) — F. G. Roney, 
Grand Sec, 948 Market. 

California White and Sugar Pine Mfrs. 
Association — C. Stowell Smith, Sec.-Mgr., 
Call Bldg. 

California Wholesale Grocers' Associa- 
tion — R. H. Bennett. Sec, 216 Market. 

California Women's Emergency Home 
Ofi^ce— 1028 Market. 

Canadian Club — 535 Powell. Jas. J. 
Turner, Sec. 

Canners' League of California — Pres- 
ton McKinney, Sec, 112 Market. 

Carriage and Wagon Builders' Associa- 
tion of San Francisco — Herman Wertsch, 
Pres.; D. E. Besecker, Sec, 127 Montgo-n- 
ery. 

Casa Coloniale Italiana Fugazi — 678 
Green. 

Casualty Underwriters' Association of 

Casualty Underwriters' Board of Cali- 
fornia—Guy C. Macdonald, 433 Cali- 

Catholic Affiliated Charities— J. S. 
Fennell, Pres., 995 Market. 

Catholic Boy Scouts — 1256 Market. 

Catholic Knights of America — Meets 
second Sunday of each month at 1944 Cal- 
ifornia. Dr. J. F. Gibbon, Pres.; C. J. 
Nicholas, Sec. 

Catholic Ladies Aid Society — 995 Mar- 
ket. Mrs. M. J. Smith, Sec. 

Catholic Society for Befriending Girls 
— Mrs. Jos. Donohoe, Pres.; Miss Kath- 
erine Hyde, Sec, 2344 Divisadero. 

Catholic Truth Society — Rev. Henrv I. 
Stark, res. Meetings last Thursdav of 
every month, Y. M. I. Hall, 50 Oak. 

Celtic Social Club — Albin Josepn Brun. 
Pres., 348, 2d Av.; Jas. F. Sheehan, Sec 

Center Club — 901 Golden Gate Av. 

Central and S. P. R. R. Employees' 
Mutual Benefit Assn. — 65 Market. 



Central California Berry Growers — 310 
Battery. 

Central California Vineyard Assn. — 
M. Csulich, Mgr., Chronicle Bldg. 

Century Club^S. W. cor. Sutter and 
Franklin. 

Cercle de I'Unlon — 220 Post. 

Channing Auxiliary — S. W. cor. Frank- 
lin and Geary. E. J. Wade, Pres. 

Chevra Shaare Refooah — 1739 Fillmore. 

China Commerce Club of California — F. 
E. Hinckley. Sec. 465 California. 

Circulating Library and Golf Shop — 
209 Post. 

Civic League of Improvement CUibs 
and Associations of San Francisco — 
Meets 2d Thursday, 8 p. m., Phelan Bids. 
Assembly Hall. Arthur Joel. Pres.; Geo. 
W. Gerhard, .Sec, 807-808 Mills Bldg. 

College of the Pacific — Royal Insurance 
Bldg. Rolla V. Watt, Pres. Board of 
Trustees. Meets January. May and Sep- 
tember. 

Colonial Club — W. H. Telford, Sec, 207 
Powell. 

Columbia Park Boys" Club — 458 Guer- 
rero. S. S. Peixotto. Pres. 

Commercial Artists' Association — 220 
Post. 

Comet Social and Outing Club— 443 
Green. 

Commonwealth Club of California — 153 
Kearny. E. A. Walcott. Executive See. 

Commonwealth Club of California — 
Reference Library. Open 9 a. m. to 5 p. 
m.. except Sundays. 153 Kearny. 

Concordia Club — 1142 Van Ness Av. 
Henry Mayer, Pres.; Henry Schussler, 
Sec; Frederick Seller, Treas.; Edw. 
King, Sec. Board of Directors meets 3d 
Tue.sday of each month. 

Congregational Church Building So- 
ciety— H. H. Wikoft. Field Sec, 4 23 Phe- 
lan Bldg. 

Consumers' Co-operative League — 525 
Market. 

Contractors' Assn. of Northern Cal. — 
625 Market. 

Cooks' Association of the Pacific Coast 
— C. J. Johnson, Sec.-Mgr., 149 Mason. 

Coolbrith Ina Circle — Literary organ- 
ization to keep alive the memorv of Cali- 
fornia early writers and presen't-dav au- 
thors. Meets 4th Sunday of each month 
m Blue Room. St. Francis Hotel. For 
information, Chas. B. Terrill, 57 Sanchez 

Corinthian Yacht Club — Headquarters 
and club house. Tiburon, Marin County 
Annaul meeting, last Wednesday in Jan- 
uary 

Cornell University Club of Northern 
California — C. Willard Evans Sec, 187 
Fremont. 

Corona Club — 536 Sutter. 

Country Club — 218 Stockton. 

Crab Fisherman's Protective Associa- 
tion — (Fishermen's Wharf. 

Contractors' Pastime Club — J. J Cas- 
serly. Sec, 185 Stevenson. 

Coso Avenue Improvement Club— Coso 
Av. and Montezuma. 

Crawford, McGregor & Canby Co. Golf 
Club — 46 Kearny. 

Croatian Unity of the Pacific — 560 Pa- 
cific Bldg. Frank KrstelJ, Sec. 

Cross Country Club — 23 Prosper. Walks 
every alternate Sunday. Membership 
confined to men. H. L. Atkinson, Pres.: 
J. A. Street, Sec. 

Dalmatian Benevolent Society — 177 
Capp. 

Danish Society — 3d Wednesday, 2174 
Market. 

Danmark Branch No. 2 — Meets every 
Thursday night 44 Page. 

Dartmouth College Alumni Associa- 
tion of the Pacific Coast— Jos. A. Town- 
send, Pres.; H. M. Prescott, Sec, Shreve 
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Daughters of California Plone«rs — 
Meetings held on the 1st of each month 
at Pioneer Hall. 4th and Pioneer Court. 

Daug-hters of Norway — 14 Page. 

Deborrah Mutual Benevolent Society — 
1T39 Fillmore. 

Deotal Department College of Phrsi- 
dans and Surgeons of San Francisco— 
14th bet. Mission and Valencia. 

Dental Department of the University 
of California — AAllated Colleges Bldg., 
Parnassus and 1st Ats. 

Deutscber Verein Von San Francisco 
— California House. Polk and Turk. 
Henrr F. Budde. Sec 

Diamond Social Club — 30S1 ;ist. 

Dolphin Swimming and Boating Cltib — 
Foot of Van Ness At. 

Dominican Clul>^2425 Pine. Rev. Wm. 
T. Lewis. O. P., Spiritual Director. A 
religious and social club: membership 
open to Catholic young men of San Fran- 
cisco and vldnity. 

Douglas Fir Club of San Francisco— 
508 Fife Bldg., 1 Drumm. 

Down Town Association — Phelan Bldg. 
Jos. M. Gumming, Sec 

Draymen's Association — J. F. Vizzard, 
Sec. Call Bldg. 

Dried Fruit Association of California — 
Henry P. Dimond, Sec. 255 CaUfomla. 

Dried Fruits Committee — J. L. Chad- 
dock, Sec, 417 Market. 

El Dorado Sportsmen Club — 2$3 Pine. 
J. B. Hauer, Sec 

Electrical Credit Assn. — 544 Market. 

Elks' B. P. O. E.. No. 3 — Herman Cohn, 
Sec. 340 Powell. 

Ea Verano Club — Meets 1st Thursday of 
each month at 419 Chenery. 

Engineers Club of San Francisco — 
H. E Smiib, Mgr., 57 Post. 

Engineers' Headquarters Agency — 320 

Market, room ((. 

Enlisted Men's Club — 220 Post. 

Eureka Benevolent Sodety^-Organlzed 
October. 1830, to assist poor and needy 
Hebrews In want or sickness. Office, 4t< 
OFarrell. L Ining Lipsltch, Supt. 

Exempt Fire Company — Meetings held 
on the third Monday of each month. D. 
A. Finn. Pres., 2827 Hyde. 

Eva Mutual Benevolent Society — 1739 
Fillmore. 

Farmers' Protective League of Califor- 
nia — C. A. Bodwell, Mgr.. Call Bldg. 

Federated Poultry Association of Cali- 
fornia. — 52S Market. 

Federation of Jewish Charities of Saa 
Francisco, 434 O'Farrell. 

Finnish American Temperance Assn. — 
Murtaja Hall, 425 Hoffman Av. 

Fire Prevention Bureau of the Pacific — 
Merchants Exchange Bldg. J. W. Ste- 
vens. Mgr. 

First Servian Benevolent Society — 
Meets 1st and Id Wednesdays at 1034 
Golden Gate Av. John Sherovich, Sec. 

Foreign Commerce Assn. of the Pacific 
Coaxt — 2.^5 California. 

Foreign Trade Club — ^Wm. E. Hague. 
Sec.-Treas., Arcade floor Monadnock 
Bldg. 

Forijm Club — 12« Post. 

Franceaca Relief Society — Incori)orated 
April 25, 1898. although the society has 
been engaged In relief work since 1878. 
Its object Is to assist the deserving poor. 
The membership is composed of honorary 
and active membera Meetings are held 
every Wednesday morning at 2211 Hayes. 
Mrs Anne Mackin. Sec. 

Francesca Club— 5«0 Sutter. 

Franklin Club — 207 Powell. 

Franklin Mutual Building and Loan 
Ass'/'lation — S'j.i Market. B. Fedde. Sec 

Franklin Printing Trades Association — 
Call Bldg. J. D. Roantree. Sec. 

French Ladles Benevolent Society — 
Meets flrst and third Thursday of each 
mort- i,t j'fiO Jackson. 



French Library — 110 Sutter. Open 
dally from 2 p. m. to S p. m. and from 
8 p. m. to 10 p. m., except Sundays and 
Holidays. 

French Mutual Benevolent Society — 
Meets second and fourth Monday of each 
month. P. Chanquet, Pres.; F. Baylacq. 
Rec. Sec, 110 Sutter. 

Gaelic Athletic Association — Sunday 
evenings at 1133 Mission. 

Gambrinus Benevolent Society — 177 
Capp. 

Garage Owners Protective Association 
— ^Arthur D'Ettel, Sec. 900 O'Farrell. 

Gastronomic Association of San Fran- 
cisco — 15 Stockton. 

General Contractors' Assn. — Sharon 
Bldg. 

General Contractors of San Francisco 
(Inc.). — Henry Jacks. Pres.: John BlUer, 
1st Vice-Pres. : P. J. Lynch, 2d Vice-Pres.; 
Chas. Wright, Treas.; E. T. Thurston. 
Sec. mezzanine floor Sharon Bldg.. 110 
Jessie. 

Geographical Society of the Pacific — 
John Partridge. Sec. Russ Bldg. 

Girls' Club — 362 Capp. 

Girls' Friendly Society Lodge — 112« 
Ellis. 

Girls' Recreation Club — 507 Harrison. 

Golden Gate Kindergarten Association 
— Organized October 6. 1879: incorporated 
October 6, 1884. Its object is the estab- 
lishment and maintenance of free Kinder- 
gartens in San Fi^nclsco. and the sus- 
taining of a free Normal Training School 
for Klndergartners. Miss Virginia Fitch, 
Pres.; Mrs. A. D. Keyes, Sec; Miss Anna 
M. Stovall. Supervisor. 570 Union. 

Golden Gate Thoroughbred Breeders' 
Association — Balboa Bldg. 

Greek Community — 995 Market. 

Grizzly Bear Club — 414 Mason. 

Hahnemann Medical College of the Pa- 
cific (Homeopathic) — United with the 
University of C:aIifornia Medical School. 
Parnassus and 2d Avs. 

Hanna Club — 50 Oak- 
Half Moon Bay Coastslde Artichoke 
Growers' Assn. — 510 Battery. Emilio 
Ramacclottl. Sec. 

Harvard Club of San Francisco — Pres.. 
Chas. D. Farquharson. 801 Van Ness Av.; 
Sec. Geo. P. Potter, 1827 Pacific Av. 

Hawthorne Athletic Club — 2965, 16th. 

Hebrew Board of Relief — Meets at 436 
OFarrell. Morgan A. Gunst, Pre.f. 

Free Loan Association — 745 



Hebrew 
Laguna. 

Hebrew 
Society — I. 



Sheltering Immigration Aid 
J. Aschhelm, Sec. 149 Eddy. 

Hellenic Mutual Benevolent Society — 
C. Dravlllas. Pres., 434 Davis. 

Hessen Verein (S. F. Hessen Unstutz 
Verein) — Meets 2d and 4tb Thursdays in 
each month at California House, corner 
Turk and Polk. 

Holland Society of California — 645 
Turk. 

HoUuschlckle Club— 700 Mason. 

Home Industry League of California — 
Edw. H. Brown, Mgr., 531 Call Bldg. 

Homeopathic Dispensary — Hahnemann 
Medical (Allege of the Pacific, Southwest 

Hungarian Ladles' Society — Hamilton 
Hall. 

Importers and Exporters Assn. of S. F. 
— 255 California. 

Independence Day Outing Club— W. 
Derchner, Sec, 198 14th. 

Indoor Yacht Club — 111 Ellis. 

Institute of Chartered Accountants — 
F. B. Brace, Pres. F. 8. Collier, Sec. 58 
Sutter. 

Insurance Federation of California — 
433 California. 

International Alliance of Theatrical 
.Stage Employes and Moving Picture Ma- 
chine Operators of the United States and 
Canada — 68 Hal«ht. 



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Societies 

International Association of MacUn- 
lata, San Francisco Lodge No. 58 — Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Labor Tem- 
ple. ISth and Capp. 

International Brotherhood EHectrical 
Workers — John S. Wilson. Sec.-Treas.. 
343 Pacific BIdg. 

International Geneva Association — Of- 
fice, 131 Mason. 

International Workers Defense League 
307 P.uss Bldg. 

Islam Club — 650 Sutter nr. Powell. 

Iroquois Club — Meets 1st and 3d Fri- 
days. 130 Golden Gate Av. 

Italian Relief — C. Crespi. Sec, oTS 
Green. 

Italian Totiring Club — Cross Country 
Athletic Club. Chief Consul, Armando 
Pedrini. 552 Montgomery; Consul, Dr. 
Edward Taussig. 25 20 Union. It has 150.- 
000 members throughout the world, 

Japanese Toung Women's Christian 
Association — 1120 Gough. 

Jitney Bus Operators Xo. 339 — Guy 
Lathrop. Sec. 10 East. 

Jordan Park Improvement Club — Office. 
3S Sacramento. Meets last Monday of 
each month. Martin Xewall, Sec. 33 
Parker Av. 

Journeymen Butchers' Protective and 
Benevolent Association of the Pacific 
Coast — Meets every Thursday evening at 
K. of P. Hall. 113 Valencia. A. J. Pratt. 
Recording Sec. 

Journeymen Shipwrights' Association — 
Meets 2.1 and 4th Thursdays of each 
month at 454 Valencia. 

Juvenile Protective -A.3sooiati':>n — 1022 
Phelan Bldg. 

Knickerbocker Male Quartet — 550 Mis- 
sion. Amos WilUams, Fred Purdy. C. F. 
Robinson. L. A. Larsen. Vocal music for 
all occasions. TeL Douglas 2372. 

Korean National Association of N. A. — 
333 Market. 

Ladies' Sodality of St. Ignatius Church 
— 2211 Hayes. Meets on 2d and 4th Sun- 
days of each month at 2:30 p. m. 

Lakeside Golf Clab — Lake Merced. Of- 
fice. 621 First National Bank Bldg. J. H. 
Robertson. Sec. 

La Paz Club — 538 Minna- 
Laundry Owners' Association of San 
Francisco — Thos. F. Alford, Sec. Call 
Bldg. 

Laurel Hill Cemetery .Association — 
Presidio Av. opposite Bush Street. Geo. 
D. Gray. Pres. : Chas. Stubenrauch. Sec. 

League of California Municioaltties — 
Pacific Bldg. 

Legal -Md Societv of San Frsinclsco — 
W. E. Billings, Atty.: Elizabeth McArt- 
ney. Ex. Sec, 310 Hearst Bldg. 

Les Solress — Wm. P. Halliday. Sec, 
2505 Mission. 

Letter Carriers' Mutual Aid Associa- 
tion — Conrad Trieber, Sec. Meets Ist 
Saturday evening of each month at 414 
Mason. 

Ligue Henri TV Mutual Benevolent So- 
ciety — Membership 750. Me«ts at Red 
Mens Hall, 240 Golden Gate Av. Officers; 
Mas Andichou. Pres.; J. P. Casenave. Re- 
cording Sec. 

Ligue Nacionale Francaise — Meets Lst 
Monday of each month at 110 Sutter- 
Raphael 'Weill. Pres.; H. L. Guerard. 
Sec. 

Lincoln Grammar School Association — 
This organization is compose<l of "Old 
Boys'" of the Original Old Lincoln School, 
which formerly stood on 5th near Market, 
and 'was opened in 1853. The association 
is formed for the purpose of keeping alive 
the memories of the early days. The 
only requisite for membership is that Che 
applicant shall have attended that school, 
whether as a graduate or not. at least 
thirty-nine years before applying for 
membership. The period reKu'acin? tcem- 



soceties 

be.''ship is advanced one year at each 
annual banquet, which Is held on Lin- 
coln's Birthday, Feb. 12. The association 
has undertaken the work of erecting a 
memorial of Lincoln in the Civic Center, 
which will also perpetuate the fact that 
the first statue to Lincoln ever erected 
was that which stood before the Old Lin- 
coln Grammar School and was unveiled 
In 1SS5. Alex Goldstein, Pres.; Fred C 
Peterson. 1st Vlce-Pres.; Frank C. Drew, 
2d Vice-Pres. ; Thomas P. Bums, Treas., 
348 Pine; Chas. B. Turrill, Historian and 
Sec, 37 Sanchez. Associate Life Direc- 
tors, John A. Britton, Thos. P. Bums. 
Alex. B. Cooper, F. H. DeGuerre, Alex. 
Goldstein, E. G. L. Hoeber. Alex. M. 
Robertson, H. H. Sherwood. Charles B. 
Turrill, Chas. "W. Decker, Geo. H. Pippy, 
Arthur L. Levlnsky. Directors annuallv 
elected: Frank C. Drew, Foster P. Cole. 
R. J. Sheridan, E. T. Stolz, M. S. Kosh- 
land, Ferd C. Peterson, L. L. Solomons. 
Louis E. Aubrey, John T. Hayes, 'W. P- 
Larzeler, Louis Metzger. Jacob Shaen. 
Albert Wiener, R. P. Doolan. H. F. Farl- 
manu. J. O. Gantner and Rudolph Herold. 
Office of the Association. 37 Sanchez. 
Lincoln American Club — tl Powell. 
Lincoln Monument League— Chas. E. 
Broadwell. Pres.; Alex. Goldstein, Vice- 
Pres.; Thos. P. Bums, Treas.; Chas. B. 
Turrill. Sec, 57 Sanchez. 

Lincoln Park Golf Club — 3133 Clement. 
fomia — 110 Jessie. 

Little Children's Aid — 355 Market. Jas. 
P. SkeUy, Sec. 

Lone Mountain Club- — 2753 G^eary. 
Loring Club — This is the leading sing- 
ing society club of the city. Is composed 
of sixty active male voices, and 250 asso- 
ciate or subscribing members. The Club 
gives four musical entertainments each 
year which are marked events in our so- 
cial seasons. Meetings held at Scottish 
Rite Auditorium. W. W. Davis, Sec, 55 
Steuart. 

Lowell High School Alumni Associa- 
tion — W"m. D. McRae, Pres., 2403 'Wash- 
ington; Walter H. Rohde, Sec. 

Lumber Products Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation — -A C. Bredfleld, Sec, 248-250 
Pacific Bldg. 

Lumber Surveyors' Association of Cali- 
fornia — 110 Jessie 

Luxemberg Society^l77 Capp. 
Madrid Mutual Benevolent Society — 
F. L. Noriega. Pres.. 957 Haight. 

Marine Cooks' and Stewards' Associa- 
tion of the Pacific Coast — Eugene Steldle. 
Sec, 42 Market. 

Marine Diesel & Gas Engineers' Assn. 
No. 43 — 10 Embarcadero. 

Marine Engineers' Beneficial Associa- 
tion No. 33 — Meets Tuesday evenings at 
155 Steuart. John J. Searey. Sec; Ernest 
F. Pegs. Business Mgr. 

Marine Firemen. Oilers and Watertend- 
ers tTnion of the Pacific — P. Flynn. Sec, 
53 CommerciaL 

Mariners' Free Reading Room — 58 
Commercial. In connection with the San 
Francisco Port Society. Open dally from 
5:30 a. m. to 3 p. m. 

Masons' and Builders' Association — E. 
S, Rainey, Sec, 183 Stevenson. 

Masonic Club of San Francisco — Palace 
Hotel. W. p. FUmer. Pres.: H. G. Squier. 
Sec. and Manager. 

Master Housesmiths' Association — 547- 
34 New Call Bldg. 

Master Mariners' Benevolent Associa- 
tion — Meets every Fridav evening at 143 
Eddy. Chas. E. Polk. Recording Sec; 
Peter Rasmussen. Financial Sec 

Master Plasterers' Association — W. S. 
Scott. Sec. 1S5 Stevenson. 

Master Plumbers' Association of San 
Francisco — 120 Page. Alexander Cole- 
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Masttrs. Mates and Pilots of the Pacific 
— Meets at ZHis Market. Capt. Win. A. 
We.siiitt, Business -Mgr.; Wm. H. Stark, 
See. 

McCloud Country Club — Rudolph Schll- 
liMB. Pres.. Pacific Union Club; T. J. 
Coleman, Sec, Pacific Union Club. 

Mechanics' Institute^Drganized March 
29, 1855. Mechanics' Institute Bldg., 57 
Post. The Society has a valuable library, 
containing 73,000 volumes, including 
many rare scientific works, and a reading 
room well supplied with the leading sci- 
entific and literary periodicals of the day. 
Any person may become a member, being 
acceptable to the Board of Trustees, by 
paying an entrance fee of $1 and $1.50 
quarterly dues, in advance. John H. 
Wood, Sec, Mechanics Mercantile Li- 
brary; Francis B. Graves, Librarian. 

Medical Society of State of California — 
930 Butler Bldg., 135 Stockton. 

Menlo Country Club — Ofllce, 354 Pine. 
H. H. Coggins, Sec. 

Merchants' and Manufacturers' Asso- 
cation — 2 Market. 

Merchants' Exchange, The — 431 Cali- 
fornia. P. A. Somers, Pres.; Henry 
Wangenheim, Sec, Merchants Exchange 
Bldg. 

Merchants Exchange Club — Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg., 465 California. 

Metal Workers' Protective Association 
— 900 O'Farrell. 

Metaphysical Library — 165 Post. 

Milk Dealers' Association — ^Wm. E. 
Moore, Sec, 1020 Valencia. 

Mining Library — Ferry Bldg. 

Mission Street Merchants' Association 
— 2487 Mission. Jas. W. Doherty, Pin. 
Sec, 2008 Mission; J. C. Marshall, Kec 
Sec, 4 85 Pine. 

Moose Club — F. C. Tracey, Sec, 111 
Jones. 

Motor Car Dealers' Assn — 68 Post. A. 
P. Lemberger, mgr. 

Mount Diablo Park Club — Office 1 
Montgomery. 

Musical Association of San Francisco 
—457 Phelan Bldg. A. W. Widenham, 
Sec. 

Musical Fund Society— Meets quarterly 
3d Thursday in January, April, July and 
October at 12;30 p. m., at 68 Haight. 
P. H. .Sapiro, Pres.; F. Borgel, Sec. 

Musicians' Mutual Protective Union of 
San Francisco, Local Nd. 6, American 
Federation of Musicians — Albert A. 
Greenbaum, Rec. Sec, 68 Haight. 

National Association Letter Carriers 
of America — Golden Gate Branch 214. 
Thos. P. Tierney, Sec. Meets 1st Satur- 
day at 414 Mason. 

National Association of Postofflce 
Clerks — Branch No. 8. George P. Feely, 
Sec. Meets 2d Saturday at 240 Golden 
Gate Av. 

National Association of Retail Grocers 
— F. B. Connolly, Past Pres., 461 Market. 

National Association of Stationary En- 
gineers — Geo. Stewart, Sec, Pacific Bldg. 

National Bible Institute — Hearst Bldg. 

National Defense League of California 
— Kerry Bldg. 

National Dog Breeders' Association — 
W. V. N. Bay, Sec, 355 Sutter. 

National Board of Fire Underwriters — 
Percy V. Long, Asst. Genl. Counsel, 433 
California. 

National Child Labor Committee, 
Northern Cal. — Phelan Bldg. 

N.Ttlonal Defenders' League — Mrs. 
Wm. H. Hamilton, Chairman; Miss Helen 
MacDonough and Mrs. Veda Nelson, 
Sees.; Mrs. Wm. Davis, Business Sec. 

National Indian War Veterans, San 
Francisco Camp No. 4 — Meets at Audi- 
torium 1st Sunday of each month. 

National League for Woman's Service 
null--:;:;?, Kearny. 



National Traffic Officers' Assn. — D. A. 
Sylvester, Pres.; M. F. Brown, Sec, 1026 
Market. 

Nationals, The — Organized 1855. Meets 
at 1160 Eddy every Monday evening. 

Native Sons and Native Daughters' 
Central Committee on Homeless Children 
— Mary E. Brusle, Sec, 955 Phelan Bldg. 

Nederlandsche Vereeniglng Van Cali- 
fornia — 925 Golden Gate Av. 

Netherlands Commercial Museum — 235 
Montgomery. 

Nevada Social Club— 773 Market. 

New Era League of California — 239 
Geary. 

Newspaper Men's Club of San Fran- 
cisco— Thos. Gallagher, Sec, 77 O'Far- 
rell. 

North Beach Promotion Association — 
678 Green. 

Northern California Hotel Association 
— John P. Shea, Sec, Crocker Bldg. 

North Bay Yacht Club — W. Cook, Sec, 
3054 Polk. 

North Central Improvement Associa- 
tion — Meets at call of Chair. C. Frcdk. 
Kohl, Pres.; Edgar Painter, Sec, 616 
Kohl Bldg. 

Northern California Congregational 
Conference — Office, 417 Market. 

Norwegian Club — 99 Divlsadero. 

Norwegian Ladies' Club "Nora" — Meets 
every 4th "Thursday at 99 Divlsadero. 

Norwegflan National League — 431 Du- 
boce Av. 

Francisco — (Male). Meets every Thurs- 
day at l:;o Capp. 

Occidental Board of Foreign Missions — 
Meets 1st Monday of each month at 920 
Sacramento. Mrs. H. B. PInney, Pres.; 
Miss Jennie Partridge. Recording Sec, 
920 Sacramento. 

Odd Fellows' Club — 14, 7th. 

Ohio Society of California — Meetings 
by call. Thos. A. Nerney, Ist VIce-Pres., 
Pacific Bldg.; E. G. Cook, Alameda, Sec. 

Old Friends' Society — 459 Turk. Or- 
ganized May 15, 1864. Col. J. E. Sllnkey, 
Sec. 

Old People's Home — 2507 Pine. 

Olympic Club. The — 524 Post. The 
buildings erected by the Club contain a 
magnificent swimming tank filled with 
ocean water, and the parlors, halls and 
various apartments are modern and beau- 
tiful In all their appointments. The sys- 
tem of baths, tubs, showers, Russian and 
Turkish, is as complete and handsome as 
any In the country. 

Optical Dealers' Assn. of California — 
1 Montgomery. 

Order of Camels, Western Div. — C. J. 
Young, Dep. Grand Organizer, Flood 
Bldg. 

Order of Railroad Telegraphers — T. T. 
Cull, Genl Chairman; A. M, Hammond, 
Genl. Sec.-Treas., 303 Pacific Bldg. 

Order of Railway Conductors, Division 
115 — Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays of each 
month at 536 Bryant. Robt. C. Leu. Sec, 
93 StlUman. 

Order of Railway Employees — Phelan 
Bldg. W. P. Stafford, Pres.; Mrs. K. B. 
Clifford, Sec; C. W. Lit.singer, Asst. Sec. 

Outing and Riding Club — 634 Stanyan. 

Owl Drug Employees Clubs — 916 Pa- 
cific Bldg. 

Overseas Club — H. G. Dance, Sec, 525 
Sutter. 

Pacific Aero Club — Chas. F. Pond, Pres.; 
Sidney Bibbero, Sec, 915 Monadnock 
Bldg. Meets 1st Tuesdays. 

Pacific Association of Amateur Oars- 
men — Alex O. Bell. 336, 2d. 

Pacific American Steamship Associa- 
tion — 112 Market. 

Pacific Association of the Amateur 
Athletic Association — Headquarters, 469 
Flood Bldg. Herbert Hauser, Sec. 

Pacific Coast Association Native Sons 
of Vermont — H. L. Adams, Pres.; A. O, 



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Colton, Sec; office. 514 Mills Bldgr. 

Pacific Coast Baseball League — 14th 
and Valencia. Office, Hearst Bldg. 

Pacific Coast Bakers' Conservation 
League — Wm. Foley, Sec, 465 California. 

Pacific Coast Bath House Association — 
Call Bldg. E. M. Smith, Sec 

Pacific Coast Chrome Producers' Assn. 
— E. A. Dickey, Sec, 6s Post. 

Pacific Coast Hotel Association — Geo. 
C. Henderson, Sec, 46 Kearny. 

Pacific Coast Lumber Surveyors' Asso- 
ciation — 268 Market. 

Pacific Coast Numismatic Society — F. 
T. Huddart, Pres., 44 4 Market. 

Pacific Coast Trotting Horse Breeders' 
Association— F. W. Kelley, Sec, 239 Pa- 
cific Bldg. 

Pacific Coast Waiters' Association — F. 
R. Hooke, Mgr., 181 Eddy. 

Pacific Motor Boat Club — Club House, 
Belvedere, Marin County. 

Pacific Philatelic Society — Edgar M. 
Bransford, Sec, 231 20th Av. 

Pacific Printers Clearing .House — 340 
Sansome. 

Pacific Railway Club — Chas. E. Norton, 
Pres., 64 Pine. 

Pacific States Paper Trade Association 
— 461 Market. B. N. Coffman, Sec. 

Pacific Union Club— 1000 California. 

Papyrus Club — Bellevue Hotel. 

Patrol Special Police Officers Protective 
Association — Meets 2d Tuesday of each 
month at 3 p. m. at Hall of Justice. T. E. 
Healy, Rec. Sec. 520 Castro. 

Penlel Mission — 6 Mission and 203 Na- 
toma. 

People's Institute — 1256 Market. 

Pile Drivers and Bridge Builders Asso- 
ciation, Local No. 77 — 457 Bryant. 

Pioneer Kindergarten Society — 1041 
Greenwich. 

Pixley Memorial Free Kindergarten — 
Meets 1st Tuesdays at Wlnfleld Scott 
School. Mrs. Jas. McDonald, Pres.; Mrs. 
William R. P. Clark. Sec. 

Players Club — 1757 Bush. 

Polish Society of California — Organ- 
ized 1862. Since 1885 as Branch No. 7 of 
the Polish National Alliance of U. S. of 
N. A. Meets every 1st Sunday of the 
month at 2 p. m. at St. Helen's Hall, 2091 
15th, Library same place. Stanislaus 
Sysiak, Librarian. 

Polk and Larkln Streets District Asso- 
ciation — Meets every Tuesday, 8 p. m., 
California Club Hall. 1750 Clay. John S. 
Mackay, Sec. 

Polk Pastime Club — Leo AUenberg, 
Sec, 1498 Pine. 

Poppy Social Club — 370 London. 

Portland Cement Association — 7S5 Mar- 
ket. 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent 
Association — Meets 4th Sunday and 2d 
Thursday of each month at Druids' Tem- 
ple. John C. Moraes, Sec. 

Poultry Producers of Central California 
(Inc.) — 757 Sansome. J. H. Barber, Mgr. 

Presbyterian Board of Foreign Mis- 
sions — Rev. W. T. Johnson, Acting Sec, 
278 Post. 

Presbyterian Mission House — 920 Sac- 
ramento. Headquarters of the Woman'a 
Occidental Board of Foreign Missions of 
the Presbyterian Church. 

Presidio Golf Club — Meets 2d Tuesday 
of each month at 8 Presidio Terrace. W. 
H. Rhoades, Sec, 621 First Nat. Bank 
Bldg. 

Press Club of San Francisco — 449 
Powell. 

Primrose Social Club — 22d and Indiana. 

Printers Board of Trade of San Fran- 
cisco — J. D. Roantree, Sec, Call Bldg. 

Purchasing Agents' .Association of 
Norther nCalifornia — D. B. Gray, Sec, 
230 California. 

Railway Employees' Welfare Associa- 
tion — 65 Market. 



Recreation Club for Girls — 507 Har- 
rison. 

Recreation League of San Francisco — 
Mrs. E. L. Baldwin, Sec, 460 Flood Bldg. 
Albin C. Anderson, Lieut. Sec. 

Red Cross Life Saving Corps — 367 Oak. 
Albin C. Anderson, Lieut. 

Red Cross, Pacific Division — Flood 
Bldg. 

Red Cross, San Francisco Chapter — 
John A. Britton, Chairman; Mrs. Thur- 
low H. R. Bogart, Genl. Mgr., Civic Cen- 
ter. 

Retail Clerks' Club of San Francisco — 
32 Turk. 

Retail Dry Goods Association of San 
Francisco— Benj. Armer, Sec, 177 Post. 

Retail Druggists' Association of San 
Francisco — W. Bruce Philip, Sec, Balboa 
Bldg. 

Retail Grocers' Association of San 
Francisco — -F. B. Connolly, Sec, 461 Mar- 
ket. 

Rice Association of California — 4 65 
California. 

Richmond Industrial Com. (Richmond, 
Contra Costa County) Hearst Bldg. 

Rochambeau Club — 1642 McKinnon Av. 

Rotary Club of San Francisco — H. H. 
Feighner. Sec, Palace Hotel. 

Sailors Union of the Pacific — 59 Clay. 

Salvation Army Industrial and Social 
Department — Brigadier George Reid, offi- 
cer in charge, 870 Harrison. 

San Francisco and Northern California 
Fur Dealers Assn. — B. M. Harris, Sec, 
153 Kearny. 

San Francisco Advertising Club — H. 
Wm. Nelle, Mgr., 2011 Palace Hotel. 

San Francisco Architectural Club — 77 
OFarrell. 

San Francisco Association for the 
Blind— 1120 Folsom and 432 Sutter. 

San Francisco Association for the 
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis — 
1547 Jackson. 

San Francisco Automobile Trade Asso- 
ciation — A. D'Ettel, Sec, 900 O'Farrell. 

San Francisco Baseball Club — 15th and 
Valencia. 

San Francisco Boys' Club — 2520 Fol- 
som. 

San Francisco Chapter American Insti- 
tute of Architects — Office, 233 Post. 

San Francisco Chapter American Insti- 
tute of Banking — J. S. Wilson, Sec, 126 
Post. 

San Francisco Church Extension Socie- 
ty of the M. E. Church — Meets at 831 
Mona,dnock Bldgv John H. McCalluro, 
Pres.; J. E. WTiite. Sec. 

San Francisco Clearing House Associa- 
tion — Fredk. H. Colburn, Mgr.; Thos. P. 
Burns, Asst. Mgr., 348 Pine. 

San Francisco Club of Applied Psy- 
chology — Mrs. Florence Schoenfield, Sec, 
767 Market. 

San Francisco Colony, New England 
Women — 525 Sutter. 

San Francisco Commercial Club — 13th 
and 14th floors. Merchants Exchange 
Bldg. Prosper P. Relter. Mgr. 

San Francisco Convention and Tourist 
League — Robt. L. Webb, Sec, Exposi- 
tion Auditorium. 

San Francisco Council of Commercial 
Travelers— 2135 Sutter. 

San Francisco County Homeopathic 
Society — Dr. H J. WMght, Sec; meetings 
held 3d Thursday of each month at St. 
Francis Hotel. Address, care Hahne- 
mann Hospital, California and Maple. 

San Francisco County Medical Society 
— Meets at 909 Hyde every Tuesday eve- 
ning. Rene Bine. Sec. 

San Francisco District Dental Society — 
Meets 2d Monday of each month in Med- 
ical Bldg., 909 Hyde. Dr. .\. F. Lucchetti. 
Pres.; Dr. F. J. Seiferd. Sec 

San Francisco Electrical Contractors — 
C. L. Chamblin, Sec. 641 Mission. 





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Societies 



San Francisco Fire Department Mutual 
Aid Asaoclatlon — George F. Brown. 8«c- 
Treaa.. 2281 Geary. 

San Francisco Fly Casting Club — Paul 
W. Shattuck. Sec, S55 Battery. 

San Francisco Fruit and Flower Mis- 
sion — Meets every Thursday morning at 
1372 Jackson. H. Lowenthal, Sec. 

San Francisco Girls' Welfare Home — 
1«5T Haves. 

San Francisco Golf and Country Club — 
Grounds at Ingleslde. 

San Francisco Hay Association — 112 
Pine- 
San Francisco Jitney Bus Association — 
P.ichd. Brown. Sec. 36 East. 

San Francisco Kennel Club— Wm. V N. 
Bay. Sec. 355 Sutter. 

San Francisco Ladles' Protection and 
P.elief Society— 1200 Franklin. 

San Francisco Law Library Associa* 
tlon — Organized In 1885. City HaU. J. H. 
Deering, Sec. 

San Francisco Law School — Call 
Bldg. 

San Francisco Machinery Dealers Asso- 
ciation — 503 Market. 

San Francisco Maennerchor — Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Mission 
Turn Verein Hall. 

San Francisco Motorcycle Club — 1620 
15th. 

San Francisco Musical Club — 26 O'Far- 
relL 

San Francisco Katlona] Training School 
of the M. E. Church — 129 Haight. Rev. 
AlexC. Stevens, Pres. 

San Francisco Planing Mill Owners' 
-Association — 112 Market. 

San Francisco Polytechnic and Post 
Graduate Polyclinic College — 1535 Jack- 
son. A school of clinical medicine for 
graduates of colleges of regular medi- 
cine. Martin Regensburger, M.D., Sec. 

San Francisco Protection and Relief 
Society— 1200 Franklin. 

San Francisco Real Estate Board — K. 
C. Newell. Pres.: L. E. Burks, -\tty. and 
Sec, 530 MUls Bldg. 

San FYancisco Restaurant Association 
— 353 Pacific Bldg. 

San Francisco Retail Bakers' Associa- 
tion — Wm. M. Foley, Sec, 35*3, 18th. 

San Francisco Retail Lumber Tards 
Protective .\s3O0iation — C. S. Tripler. 
Sec. Hearst Bldg. 

San Francisco Sales Managers' -Asso- 
ciation — F. E. Boyd, Sec, 819 RIalto 
Bldg. 

San Francisco Schwaben Verein — Meets 
2d and 4th Thursdays of each month at 
California House, Turk and Polk. George 
Bauer. Recording Sec. 1729 Lake. 

San Francisco Scottish Thistle Club^ 
Meets at I. O. O. F. Bldg., 7th and Market. 
2d and 4th Fridays of each month. Wm. 
Crawford, Jr., Recorder. 

San Francisco Ship Caulkers Associa- 
tion— 113 Steuart. D. W. Ervin, Rec. 
Sec. 

San Francisco Society for the Preven- 
tion of Cruelty to Animals — 2500, 16th. 

San FTandsco Soda Water Manufac-. 
urers' Board of Trade — Louis R Levy, 
Sec; Office. 524 Gough. 

San FVancisco Stock and Bond Ex- 
change — 341 Montgomery. Sessions 10:30 
a. m. and 2 p. m. Louis P. Wilton. Sec 

San Francisco Symphony Orchestra'^ 
437 Fhelan Bldg. Alfred Hertz. Con- 
ductor: .\. W. Widenham. Sec. and Mgr. 

San Francisco Tire Dealers' Associa- 
tion — 900 O'Farrell. 

San Francisco Turn Verein — 2450 Sut- 
ter. Meets 1st Wednesday of each month. 
P. Prinz, Physical Director. 

San Francisco Working Girls' Aid So- 
ciety — 320 Market. 

San Francisco Yacht Club— H. T. 
Mllnl, Sec. Well Fargo Nevada Nat Bank 



San F'rancisco War Camp Community 
Service — Flood Bldg. 

San Francisco Working Girls' Aid So- 
clet.v— 320 Market. 

San Mateo Polo Clul>^Ru8sell Pierce, 
Sec. 503 Market. 

Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran 
Seamen's Mission — Rev. Ole Groensbsrs. 
Pastor. 9 Mission. 

Seamen's Church Institute of San 
Francisco — .\fflliated with the S. C. I. of 
America. Maintains clubhouse and 
Church for merchant sailors. Rev. C. P. 
Deems, Supt. 

Sequoia Club^l725 Washington. 

Servian Club — Meets 4th Wednesday of 
each month at 1034 Golden Gate Av. J. 
P. Seferovich, Sec. 

Ship Owners Association of the Padflc 
Coast — 112 Market. 

Sierra Club — 402 Mills Bldg. William 
E. Colby. Pres.; J. N. Le Conte, Sec. 

Slovenian American Fraternity and Be- 
nevolent Society — 2000, 19th. 

Smilers Club — 126 Po.st. 

Sociedad . Espanola de Beneficencla 
Mutua — Meets last Saturday of each 
month at 1524 Powell. J. H. Alfonso, 
Genl. Sec. 

Societa Italians di Mutua Beneficenza 
— 6T8 Green. 

Societa Operaia Italiana — 678 Green. 

Society Alsace-Lorraine — Meets the 
second and fourth Thursdays of each 
month at Druids' Temple, 44 Page. E. 
Gustave Schultz, Pres., residence 860 
Bush; Geo. J. Martin, Sec, residence 3358 

2l8t. 

Society of .Astrological and Astro- 
Mathematical Research — 1909 Clay. 

Society of California Pioneers — Henry 
L. Byrne. Sec, 5 Pioneer PI. 

Society of St. Vincent de Paul — Particu- 
lar council meets on second Thursday of 
each month in the Hall of St. MaiT's 
Cathedral. Van Ness Av. and CF^rreU. 
Spiritual Director. Rev. Chas. A. Ranun; 
D. M. Fitzgerald, Sec 

Sokol Gymnastic Association — 731 
Page. 

Sons and Daughters of the Old Friends 
— Meet every Monday evening at 1191 
Oak. Miss Irene Strickler. Sec. 

Sons of Norway — Torkell HJelseth. Sec 
Meets every Friday, Druids' Temple, 44 
Page. 

Sorosis Club — 536 Sutter. 

South End Rowing Club — F. W. Swain, 
Sec, Bower Rubber Co., Pillsbury. Cal. 

Southern Pacific Employees Welfare 
Association — ^5 Market. 

Southern Pacific Employees' Mutual 
Benefit .Association — 65 Market. 

St Andrew's Society of San Francisco 
— Organized September 21. 1863: incor- 
porated August 4, 1883. Meets every Ist 
and 3d Mondav evening at 414 Mason. 

St -Ann's Mothers' Club — S. E. Taylor, 
Director, 416 oPtrero Av. 

St. FVancis Home Association — 278 
Post. 

SL FVancis Welfare Leagrue — M:. A. 
Taylor. Sec, 416 Potrero Av. 

St. Margaret's Club — 1499 California. 

St. Paul's Benevolent Society — Meets 
2d Monday of each month at St. Boniface 
Hall. 133 Golden Gate Av. 

St. Peters Catholic Benevolent Society 
— Meets 1st Mondav of each month at St. 
Boniface Hall. 133 Golden Gate Av. 

Stanford Memorial Free Kindergarten 
— 3452 Mission. 

Stanford University Medical School — 
Northeast comer Sacramento and WelK 
ster. Founded in 1858, as the Medical 
Department of the University of the 
Pacific- Endowed and named Cooper 
Medical College in 1882 by the late Pro- 
fessor L. C. Lane, transferred to Stanford 
University. 1908. W. Ophuls, M.D., Dean. 
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State Law Enforcement and Protec- 
tive League — 681 Market. Rev. Paul 
Smith. Pres. 

State of Maine Association of Califor- 
nia (Inc.) — Meets 2d Monday In each 
month; annual reunion in June. F. W. 
Thaxter, Sec, 2454 Ashby Av.. Berkeley. 

Stationers' Association of California — 
H. P. Dimond. Chairman, 235 California. 

Sturge Library (Japanese) — 1516 Post. 

Sunset Society — Meets 2d and 4th 
Tuesdays in California House. B. Fedde, 
Sec. 995 Market. 

Sutter Club Annex — 1656 Divlsadero. 

Swedish Singing Society — Organized 
1S91. Meets every Wednesday In Swedish- 
American Hall. 2174 Market. Axel Phil- 
strom. Instructor. 

Swedish Society of San Francisco — 
Organized 1873. Meets 2d and 4th Thurs- 
days in each month at 2174 Market. 

Swiss Club — 628 Montgomery. 

Swiss Mutual Benevolent Society — 
Meets 2d Tuesday of the month at 602 
California. Alf. Monottl. Pres.; A. Jull- 
lerat. Sec. 

Swiss Relief Society — Meets 4th Tues- 
day of the month at 602 California. Alf. 
Monottl. Pres.; A. JulUerat, Sec. 

Tamalpais Conservation Club — Glaus 
Spreckels Bldg.. 833 Market. 

Tanners' Council of the U. S. A. (Inc.) 
— 465 California. 

Tax Payers' Association of California 
— Will H. Fischer, Executive Officer, 433 
California, 

Teachers Mutual Aid Society of San 
Francisco — Meets at assembly room 
Board of Education, City Hall, on 1st 
and 3d Wednesdays of each month at 
3:30 p. m. 

Team and Auto Truck Association — 
Frank Mordecal, Pres.: Chas. Powers. 
Sec. Meets 2d Thursdav evenings at Call 
Bldg. 

Technical Society of the Pacific Coast 
— 55 Post. H. Kower, Vlce-Pres. : Otto 
von Geldern, Sec, room 865 Pacific Bldg. 

San FVancisco Retail Cigar Dealers' 
Association — 234 Pacific Bldg. 

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew — Meets 
alternate Tuesday evenings of month 
at Guild Hall, 1219 Sacramento. George 
H. Andruss, Pres. 

The California Society for the Preven- 
tion of Cruelty to Children — Meets 2d 
Wednesday each month at 11:30 a. m. at 
room 26, 268 Market. M. J. White, Sec. 

The Charles Montgomery Memorial 
Mission — 110 Stillman. 

The Family — Southwest comer Bush 
and Powell. C. J. Chrlstenson. Asst. Sec. 

The Gentlemen's Sodality of St. Igna- 
tius Church — ^Meets on Sundays of each 
month at 2211 Hayes at 7:20 a. m. Rev. 
John J. Cunningham, S. J.. Director; 
John S. Egan, Prefect. 

The Pacific Union Club — California and 
Mason. Frederick S. Moody, Pres.; C. 
Frederick Kohl. Vlce-Pres.; Frederick D. 
Van Sicklen, Sec: Ernest R. Folger, 
Treas. : Thos. J. Coleman, Asst. Sec. and 
Manager. 

The San Francisco Port Society — Its 
work Is to aid the Mariners' Church In its 
work for seamen. Its house of worship, 
on the northeast corner of Sacramento 
and Drumm, was burned, and Is not yet 
replaced. 

The Shelter — 436 O'Farrell. 

Theosophical Society — 988 Hayes. 

To Kalon Club. Calvarv Church — Mrs. 
Sdw. J. Wales. Pres., 3333 19th; Mrs. B. 
F. Stoll, Cor. Sec, 2347 19th Av. 

Town and Country Club — 218 Stockton. 

Transportation Club of San Francisco^ 
Palace Hotel. 

Travelers .\ld Societv of San Francis- 
co — Hearst Bldg. and 9 Ferry Bldg. 

Union League Club — O'Farrell and 
Stockton. 



Union Printers' Mutual Aid Society — 
Meets the 2d Sunday of January, April, 
July and October at 2 p. m. at Labor 
Temple. 

United Brotherhood of Carpenters and 
Joiners of America. Local 449 — Harry 
N. Lyttle, 784 Vienna. 

United Grocers (Inc.) — W. Lenhoff, 
Sec, 33 Spear. 

United Lodge of Theosophists — 236 
Phelan Bldg. 

United Motion Picture Industries — N. 
A. Eisner, Atty., Mills Bldg. 

United Radio Telegraphy Association 
— C. C. Langevin, Sec.-Treas. 24 Cali- 
fornia. 

United States Protective Association — 
For the prevention of cruelty to children 
and animals. 514 Foxcroft Bldg. 

United States Veterans, Navy — Phelps 
Squadron No. 12 meets 2d and 4th Fri- 
days at Lincoln Hall, Civic Auditorium. 
C'has. E. Oane, Capt. ; Ewald Schneider. 
Sec; P. H. Maas, Paymaster, Civic Au- 
ditorium. 

University Club — 800 Powell. 

University Fine Arts Society — Flood 
Bldg. 

University of California Medical School 
—Herbert C. Moffitt, M.D., Dean. Par- 
nassus and 2d Avs. 

Uptown Association — 1095 Marlter. 

Utile Dulci Club — 140 Ellis. 

Utopia Club — 126 Plvmouth Av. 

Vereln Elntracht — Meets at 273. l!th 
every Wednesday. Otto Thlele, Record- 
ing Sec. 

Veterans Club of Southern Pacific Co. — 
65 Market. 

Veteran Firemen's Association of San 
Francisco — Is a social and charitable or- 
ganization. Headquarters. 368 Fell Cr- 
ganized November 30, 1898. Incorporated 
June 10, 1S99. The membership is com- 
posed of retired and active members of 
the San Francisco Dept. Regular meet- 
ings the 1st Tuesday of each month. 
Regular meetings of the Board of Di- 
rectors, 3d Tuesdav of each month at 
368 Fell. 

Veteran Police Association of S&n 
Francisco— Meets every 2d Sunday in the 
month at Hall of Justice. 

Veteran Volunteer Firemen's Associa- 
tion of California — Meets 2d Sunday of 
each month at Exposition Auditorium. 
W. H. Miller, Pres.; J. Williams. Rec 
Sec. 

Victor Club— 2720, 23d' 

Visitacion Valley Athletic Club — Ray- 
mond Av. nr. San Bruno Av. 

Volunteers of America — Headquarters 
Pacific Coast Regiment. 119, 10th. Colonel 
and Mrs. Walter Duncan. Commanding. 

Vorwaerts Gesangverein — 3541, 18th. 

Warehousemen's .\ssociation^L. E. 
Bailey. Sec, 149 New Montgomery. 

Western Addition Masonic Hall Asso- 
ciation — 1739 Fillmore. 

Western District Purchasing Agents' 
-Association — 332 Pine. 
TVestern Magnetic Association — 785 Mar- 
ket. 

Western Magnesite Association — 785 
Market. 

Wholesale Fruit & Produce Merchants 
Credit Assn. of San Francisco — 510 Bat- 
tery. 

Widows and Orphans Aid Association 
of the San Francisco Police Department — 
Embraces the whole police force of San 
Francisco, with the object of protecting, 
and endowing their widows and orphans 
in case of death. Meets at police head- 
quarters. Hall of Justice. 2d Friday of 
each month at 3 p. m. Geo. F. Barry. 
Pres.: J. J. Casey. v-Pre?.: David Mur- 
phy, Traes: Geo. F. Kopman. Recording 
Sec: Jas. W. Boyle, Financial Sec. 

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Societies 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 



LEADING 

EMPLOYMENT 

AGENTS 



Labor Unions 



Benton, Sec, 760 Market. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union 
—3 City Hall Av. 

Woman's Exchange — 70 Post. 

Woman's Foreign Missionary Society — 
Josephine Marston, Sec, 3 City Hall Av. 

Woman's Home Missionary Society — 
Mrs. E. P. F. Dearborn, Sec, 3 City Hall 
Av. „ 

Women's Athletic Club — Mrs. Anna E. 
Kalde. Mgr., 640 Sutter. 

Worklngman's Aid Society — 735 Har- 
rison. 

Young Ladles Institute — Miss Josephine 
T. MoUoy, Grand Sec. 1009 Fell; office. 
60 Oak. . ,, 

Young Men's Christian Association — 
220 Golden Gate Av. Lyman L. Pierce, 
Genl. Sec; Henry J. McCoy, Consulting 
Sec; Richd. P. Perkins, Assoc. Genl. Sec. 

Young Men's Christian Association 
(Army and Navy Branch)— 228 Embar- 
eadero. 
cadero. 226 Steuart Annex, 82 Market. 

Young Men's Hebrew Association — In- 
corporated November 9, 1901. Location, 
121 HaiKht. The objects are to improve 
the moral, mental and physical condition 
of young men and women; providing and 
maintaining a library and reading-room, 
billiard room, social hall and gymnasium 
with shower bath attached. Educational 
and niusiral instruction. The associa- 
tion rooms are open from 9 a. m. to 11 
p. m., except on Jewish holidays. Henry 
Raphael, Supt. 

Yosemite Valley Highway Association 
—1 Montgomery. 

Young Women's Christian Association 
—Office of General Sec, 620 Sutter, and 
Boarding Department, 1245 O'Farrell. 

Zionist Bureau for Pacific Coast — -Mar- 
vin Lowenthal, Director, Phelan Bldg. 



Building' Trades Directory. 

State Building Trades Council — Head- 
quarters. General Pres. and General Sec- 
Treas., General Counsel, 810 Merchants 
National Bank Bldg. 

Building Trades Council — Headquar- 
ters, Building Trades Temple. Telephones 
Market 1806-1807. Meets every Thursday 
evening. Brotherhood Hall, B. T. Temple, 
Guerrero and 14th. 

Executive Board of Building Trades 
Council— Meets every Tuesday evening. 
Unity Hall, B. T. Temple. 

District Council of Carpenters — Meets 
every Wednesday evening. Harmony Hall, 
B. T. Temple. 

District Council of Painters — Meets 
every Wednesday evening. Liberty Hall, 
B. T. Temple. 

District Council of Cement Workers — 
Meets 2d and 4 th Sundays, B. T. Temple. 

District Council of Amalgamated So- 
ciety of Carpenters and Joiners of Amer- 
ica — Meets alternate Mondays, B. T. 
Temple. 

Amalgamated Sheet Metal Workers No. 
104 — Meets Friday evenings at Its hall, 
224 Guerrero. 

Building Material Teamsters — Meets 
every Saturday evening at Brotherhood 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Brass and Chandelier Workers No. 151 
— Meets second and fourth Wednesdays, 
Eureka Hall, B. T, Temple. 

Bricklayers Union No. 7 — Meets every 
Tuesday night at Friendship Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 

Bridge and Structural Ironworkers No. 
31 — Meets every Monday evening, 224 
Guerrero. 

Carpenters Union No. 22 — Meets every 
Friday, Brotherhood Hall, B. T. Temple. 
Financial Secretary's office, B. T. Tem- 
ple. 

Carpenters No. 95 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, 1524 Powell. 



Carpenters No. 304 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, 141 Albion Av. 

Carpenters Union No. 483 — Meets Mon- 
day evenings. Carpenters Hall, 112 Va- 
lencia. 

Carpenters No. 1913 — Vlata Grande. 

Carpenters Union No. 1082 — Meets 
Tuesday evenings. Carpenters Hall, 112 
Valencia. 

Carpenters No. 1689 — Meets every 
Thursday evening, 112 Valencia. 

Carpenters No. 2554 — Meets alternate 
Fridays, Friendship Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Carpenters No. 2555 — Meets alternate 
Fridays, Friendship Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Carpenters No. 2556 — Meets alternate 
Mondays, Friendship Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Carpenters No. 2558 — Meets alternate 
Mondays, Friendship Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Carpet Upholsterers No. 1 of San Fran- 
cisco — Meets first and third Tuesdays In 
Progress Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Casters and Model Makers Union No. 1 
— Meets second and fourth Tuesdays, Eu- 
reka Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Cement Finishers Union, Local No. 580 
— Meets first and third Wednesdays, Cali- 
fornia Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Cement Laborers Union No. 310 — Meets 
second and fourth Mondays, Harmony 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Zionist Bureau for Pacific Coast — Mar- 
vin Lowenthal, Director, Phelan Bldg. 

Ceramic, Mosaic and Encaustic Tile 
Setters No. 4 8 — Meets first and third Fri- 
days, Eureka Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Electrical Workers, Local No. 6, I. B. E. 
W. — Meets every Wednesday, Brother- 
hood Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Elevator Constructors No. 8 — Meets 
first and third Friday evenings. Harmony 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Ellevator Conductors and Starters No. 
13105 — Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
days, Russ Bldg., 235 Montgomery. 

Felt and Composition Roofers No. 25 — 
Meets first and third Monday evenings at 
Liberty Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Furniture Handlers No. 1 — Meets sec- 
ond and fourth Fridays, Progress Hall, 
B. T. Temple. 

Gas and Electric Fixture Hangers- 
Meets second and fourth Mondays, Eu- 
reka Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Granite Cutters — Meets second and 
fourth Tuesdays, Progress Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 

Heat, Frost. General Insulators and 
Asbestos Workers No. 16 — Meets first and 
third Mondays, Veterans Hall, Duboce 
Av. near Fillmore. 

Hoisting Engineers No. 59 — Meets Mon- 
days, Progress Hall, B. T. Temple. 

House Movers Union — Meets first and 
third Thursdays, Eureka Hall, B. T. Tem- 
ple. 

Housesmiths No. 78 — Meets Wednes- 
days, Prosperity Hall, B. T. Temple. 

International Hod Carriers, Building 
and Common Laborers Union No. 36 — 
Meets first and third Mondays, Harmony 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

International Brotherhood Steam Shovel 
and Dredge Men, District No. 4 — Meets 
third Wednesdays, 215 Hewes Bldg. 

Journeymen Stone Cutters — Meets In 
B. T. Temple. 

Mantel, Grate and Tile Setters Helpers 
— Meets first and third Thursdays, Tlv 
Hall, Albion Av. 

Marble Cutters and Finishers Auxiliary 
Local 4 4 — Meets first and third Mondays, 
Eureka Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Marble Finishers Union — Meets first 
and third Wednesdays, Eureka Hall, B. 
T. Temple. 

Marble Masons Union — Meets first and 
third Wednesdays, Progress Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 



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Labor Unions 



MISCELLANEOUS INFOEMATION 



Labor Unions 



Millmen's Union No. 42 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening, Brotlierhood Hall, B. 
T. Temple. 

Millwrights Union No. 766 — Meets first 
and tliird Fridays, Progress Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 

Modelers and Sculptors — Meets first 
and third Tuesdays, Eureka Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 

Mosaic and Terrazzo Workers — Meets 
in Building Trades Temple. 

Painters, Paperhangers and Decorators 
of America, Local No. 19 — Meets every 
Thursday, Friendship Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Painters, Paperhangers and Decorators 
of America, Local No. 72 — Meets Friday, 
112 Valencia, 

Painters, Paperhangers and Decorators 
of America, Local No. 658 — Meets at 1524 
Powell. 

Plasterers Union No. 66 — Meets every 
Monday, Prosperity Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Plasterers Apprentices — Meets Thurs- 
day, B. T. Temple. 

Plumbers and Gas Fitters No. 422 — 
Meets every Friday night. Prosperity 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Sign, Scenic and Pictorial Painters No. 
510 — ^Meets every Friday evening, Liberty 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Slate and Tile Roofers No. 8 — Meets 
second and fourth Tuesdays of each 
month at Examiner Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Sprinkler Fitters Local No. 663 — Meets 
second and fourth Mondays, Liberty Hall, 
B. T. Temple. 

Stairbuilders Union No. 616 — Meets 
Friday evening. Carpenters Hall, 112 Va- 

Steam Engineers No. 64 — Meets Tues- 
days, Friendship Hall, B. T. Temple, 

Steam Fitters No. 509 — Meets Tuesday 
evening. Liberty Hall, B. T. Temple. 

United Laborers No. 1 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening in California Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 

United Glass TVorkers — Meets every 
Friday evening, California Hall, B. T. 
Temple. 

Upholsterers and Trimmers Union — 
Meets in Progress Hall, B. T. Temple, 
second and fourth Wednesday evenings. 

Upholsterers and Trimmers Union No. 
28— Meets every Monday evening, San 
Francisco Labor Council, 16th and Capp. 

Varnishers and Polishers Union No. 134 
— Meets every Tuesday evening. Har- 
mony Hall. B. T. Temple. 

San Francisco Wood Carvers Union — 
Meets second and fourth Fridays, Eureka 
Hall, B. T. Temple. 

Wood, Wire and Metal Lathers No. 65 
— Meets every Wednesday evening, 224 
Guerrero. 



DIKECTTOK'S' OF Ik&BOS COmrCTL 

uKzoira. 

Labor Council meets every Friday at 8 
p. m. at Labor Temple, Sixteenth and 
Capp streets. Secretary's ofBce and head- 
quarters, San Francisco Labor Temple, 
Sixteenth and Capp Streets. Executive 
and Arbitration Committee meets at head- 
quarters every Monday at 7:30 p. m. Or- 
ganizing Committee meets at headquar- 
ters on second Thursdays at 7:30 p. m. 
Label Committee meets at headquarters 
first and third Wednesdays. Law and 
Legislation Committee meets at call of 
chairman. Label Section meets first and 
third Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Headquar- 
ters phone — Market 56. 



Alaska Fishermen — Meet Ftidays, 49 
Clay. 

Asphalt Workers — Meet 2d Monday, 
Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Auto Buss Operators' Union No. 399 — 
Meets every Thursday, 9 p. m., 10 Em- 



barcadero. R. H. Buck, Business Agent. 
Automobile and Carriage Painters No. 
1073— Meet Thursday evenings. Building 
Trades Temple. 

Baggage Messengers — Meet 2d Mon- 
days, 1+6 Steuart. 

Bakers (Cracker) No. 125 — Meet 2d 
and 4th Thursdays, Labor Temple, 16th 
and Capp. 

Bakers' Auxiliary (Craker) Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesdays, 1524 Powell. 

Bakers No. 24 — Meet 1st and 3d Sat- 
urdays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 
Bakery Wagon Drivers — Meet 2d and 
4th Saturdays, Labor Temple, 16th and 
Capp. 

Barbers — Meet 1st and 3d Mondays, 
112 Valencia. 

Bartenders No. 41 — Meet 1st Mondays 
at 2:30; 3d Mondays in evening at 8, 
1095 Market. 

Bay and River Steamboatmen — Meet 
Sundays, headquarters, 10 East. Henry 
Huntsman, Sec. 

Bill Posters — Meet 2d and 4th Mon- 
days, 15th and Mission. 

Blacksmiths and Helpers No. 168 — 
Meet 1st and 2d Tuesdays, Labor Temple, 
16th and Capp. 

Boiler Makers No. 6 — Meet 2d and 4 th 
Thursdays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 
Bookbinders Na 31 — Meet last Fri- 
days, Labor Temple. James Kelly, Busi- 
ness Agent, Underwood Bldg., 525 Mar- 
Boot and Shoe Workers No. 216 — Meet 
2d and 4th Wednesdays, Shoe Workers' 
Hall, 24th and Howard. 

Bottlers No. 293 — Meet 1st and 3d 
Tuesdays at headquarters, 177 Capp. 

Bottle Caners — Meet 1st Fridays, La- 
bor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Box makers and Sawyers — Meet 1st 
and 3d Tuesdays, 177 Capp. 

Brewery Workmen No. 7 — Meet 2d 
and 4th Thursdays at headquarters, 177 
Capp. 

Bricklayers No. 7 — Meet Tuesdays, 
Building Trades Council. 

Broom Makers — Meet 3d Tuesday. 
Butchers No. 115 — Meet Wednesdays, 
Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Butchers No. 608 (Slaughterhousemen) 
— Meet every Tuesday, Laurel Hall, 7th 
and Railroad Av. 

Carpenters No. 22— Meet Fridays, 
Building Trades Temple. 

Carpenters No. 304 — Meet Mondays, 
Carpenters' Hall, 112 Valencia. 

Carpenters No. 483 — Meet Mondays, 
112 Valencia. 

Carpenters No. 1082 — Meet Tuesdays, 
112 Valencia. 

Carpenters No. 1640 — Meet Thursdays, 
Building Trades Temple. 

Casting Cleaners — Meet 1st and 3d 
Fridays, Labor Temple. 

Cemetery Employes — Meet 1st and 3d 
Saturdays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 
Cement Workers No. 1 — Meet Wednes- 
days, Building Trades Temple. 

Chauffeurs No. 265, I. B. of T. — Meet 
1st and 3d Thursdays in evening, 2d 
and 4th Thursdavs in afternoon, at 215 
Willow Av. S. T. Dixon, Business Agent. 
Cigar Makers^Meet 1st and 3d Thurs- 
davs, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Cloth Hat and Cap Makers No. 9- Meet 
1st and 3d Tuesdays, 1245 Market. 

Commercial Telegraphers — Labor 
Temple. 

Composition Roofers No. 25 — Meet 1st 
and 3d Mondays, Building Trades Temple. 
Cooks' Helpers — Meet 2d and 4 th 
Wednesdays at headquarters. 149 Fifth. 
Cooks No. 44 — Meet 2d and 4th Thurs- 
day night; headquarters, 828 Mission. 

Coopers No. 6'5 — Meet 2d and 4th Tues- 
days. Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Draftsmen No. 11 — Meet 1st and 3d 
Wednesdays, Labor Temple. 





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Labor Unions 



MISCELLANEOUS INrOBUATION 



Labor Unions 



Dredgemen — 10 Bmbarcadero. 

Drivers No. 227 — Meet 2d Tuesdays 
and 4th Thursdays, headquarters. 

Egg Inspectors — Meet 2d and 4 th 
Wednesdays, Labor Temple. 

Electrical Workers No. 6 — Meet 
Wednesdays, Building Trades Temple. 

Electrical Workers No. 92 — Meet 
Wednesdays, 112 Valencia. 

Electrical Workers No. 151 — Thurs- 
days, 112 Valencia. 

Electrical Workers No. 537 — Wednes- 
days, 146 Steuart. 

Elevator Operators and Starters No. 
495— Meet 3d Monday, Eureka Hall, 
Building Trades Temple. 

Federal Employes' Union No. 1 — Meet 
1st Tuesdays, Pacific Bldg. ; headquar- 
ters, 746 Pacific Bldg. 

Foundry Employes — Meet Fridays, 59 
Clay. 

Furniture Handlers N. 1 — Meet 2d and 
4th Fridays, Building Trades Temple. 

Garment Cutters — Meet 2d and 4th 
Thursdays, I^abor Temple, 16th and 
Capp. 

Garment Workers No. 131 — Meet 1st 
and 3d Thursdays, Labor Temple, 16th 
and Capp. 

Gas Appliances and Stove Fitters — 
Meet 2d and 4 th Fridays, Labor Temple, 
Sixteenth and Capp. J. Hammerschlagg, 
Sec. 

Gas and Electric Fixture Hangers No. 
404 — Meet 2d and 4th Mondays, Building 
Trades Temple. 

Gas Workers — Meet 2d and 4th Tues- 
days, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Glass Bottle Blowers — Meet 2d and 
4th Saturdays, Labor Temple, 16th ana 
Capp. 

Glove Workers — Meet 3d Friday, La- 
bor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Glass Packers, Branch No. 4 5— Meet 
1st and 3d Saturdays, Labor Temple. 

Granite Cutters — Meet 2d and 4th 
Tuesdays, Building Trades Temple. 

Grocery Clerks— Meet 1st Thursdays; 
headquarters. Labor Temple, 16th and 
Capp; hours 10 to 11 a. m. 

Hatters' Union- J. Grace, Sec, 1114 
Allssion. 

Horseshoers — Meet 1st and 3d Thurs- 
days, Labor Temple, ISth and Capp. 

Hospital Stewards and Nurses— Meet 
at headquarters, 44 Page, 1st and 3d 
Mondays at 7:30 p. m. 

Ice Wagon Drivers— Meet 2d and 4th 
Mondays, Labor Temple. 16th and Capp. 

Iron, Steel and Tin Workers No. 6— 
Meet 1st and 2d Saturdays, Metropolitan 
Hall, South San Francisco. 

Janitors — Meet 1st Thursdays, 8 p. m.. 
Labor Temple, ICth and Capp. 

Jewelry Workers No. 36 — Meet 2d and 
4th Mondays. 

Ladles* Garment Workers No. 8 — 
Meet Mondays, Hamilton Hall, 1545 
Stelner. 

Laundry Wagon Drivers — Meet 2d and 
4 th Wednesdays, Labor Temple, 16th and 
Capp. 

Letter Carriers— Meet .1st Saturday, 
Los Angeles Hall. Native Sons Bldg. 

Machinists' Auxiliary, Golden West 
Lodge No. 1— Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays, 
Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Machinists No. 68 — Meet W^ednesdays; 
headquarters. Labor Temple, 16th and 
Capp. 

Mailers— Meet 4th Monday, Labor 
Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Marine Gasoline Engineers No. 471 — 
Meet 1st and 3d Thursdays. 

Metal Polishers— Meet 1st and 3d 
Mondays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

MUlk Wagon Drivers— Meet Wednes- 
days, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Molders' Auxiliary- — Meets 1st and 3d 
Fridays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 



Molders No. 164 — Meet Tuesdays, La- 
bor Temple, 16th and Capp; headquar- 
ters. Labor Temple. 16th and Capp. 

Moving Picture Operators, Local No. 
162 — Meet 2d and 4th Thursdays, 10 
a. m., at headquarters, Musicians' Hall, 
6« Halght. 

Musicians — Headquarters, 68 Halght. 

OfBce Employees — Meet 2d and 4th 
Wednesdays, Labor Temple, 16tl» and 
Capp. 

Painters No. 19 — Meet Mondays, 
Building Trades Temple. 

Pastemakers No. 10,567 — Meet last 
Saturday at 44 2 Broadway. 

Pattern Makers— Meet 2d and 4th 
Friday nights at headquarters. Labor 
Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Pavers No. 18— Meet 1st Monday, La- 
bor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Photo Engravers No. 8 — Meet 1st Sun- 
days at 12 m.. In Labor Temple, 16th and 
Capp. 

Pile Drivers, Bridge Structural Iron 
Workers — ileet Thursdays; headquar- 
ters, 457 Bryant. 

Plasterers No. 442 — Meet Fridays, 
Building Trades Temple. 

Postofflce Clerks — Meet 4th Thursdays, 
Knights of Columbus Hall. 

Press Feeders and Assistants — Meet 2d 
Thursday, Labor Temple; headquarters, 
628 Montgomery, room 229. 

Printing Pressmen No. 24— Meet 2d 
Mondays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Hammermen — Meet 2d Monday, Labor 
Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Retail Clerks No. 432 — Meet 2d and 
4th Thursdays, 8 p. m.. Retail Clerks' 
Club, 32 Turk. 

Retail Delivery Drivers — Meet at 
headquarters, 2d and 4th Thursdays, 
Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Retail Shoe Clerks No. 410— Meet 
Tuesdays 8 p. m.. Retail Clerks' Club, 32 
Turk. 

Riggers and Stevedores— Mept Mon- 
days, 74 Folsom. 

Sailors' Union of the Pacific — Meet 
Mondays, Maritime Hall Bldg., 59 Clay. 

Sail Makers — Meet at Labor Temple, 
li6th and Capp. 

Sheet Metal Workers No. 95 — Meet 2d 
Thursdays, 224 Guerrero. 

Sheet Metal Workers No. 104 — Meet 
Fridays, 224 Guerrero. 

Ship Clerks— Meet 1st and 3d Fridays, 
Labor Temple. 

Shipfltters No. 9— Room 103 Anglo 
Bldg. Meet 2d and 4th Wednesdays. 

Shipyard Laborers — Meet Flrdays, 
Labor Temple. 

Sign and Pictorial Painters No. 610 — 
Meet Fridays, Building Trades Temple. 

Stable and Garage Employees — Meet 
2d and 4th Thursdays, Labor Temple, 
16 th and Capp. 

Stage Employees- 68 Halght. 

Stationary Firemen — Meet Tuesdays, 
Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Steam Engineers No. 64 — Meet Tues- 
days, Building Trades Temple. 

Steam Fitters and Helpers No. 590 — 
Meet 1st and 3d Wednesdays, Labor 
Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Steam Laundry Workers — Meet 1st 
and 3d Mondays, Labor Temple, 16th 
and Capp; headquarters. Labor Temple. 

Steam Shovelmen and Dredgemen No. 
29— Meet 1st Saturday, 274 Monadnock 
iBldg. 

Stereotypers and Electrotypers — Meet 
2d Sunday, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Street Railway Employes, Dlv. 518— 
Meet 2d and 4th Thursdays, Labor 
Temple. 

Sugar Workers — Meet 2d and 4th 
Tuesdays, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Tailors No. 80 — Meet 2d and 4th Mon- 
days, 240 Golden Gate Av. 



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Labor Unions 



MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION 



Public Schools 



Teamsters No. 85 — Me«(t Thursdays, 
headquarters, 536 Bryant. 

Telephone Operators No. 54A — 112 Va- 
lencia. 

Theatrical EJmployees — Meet 1st and 
3d Tuesdays, 11 a. m., 68 Halght. 

Tobacco Worlters — Meet Sd Fridays, 
Building Trades Temple. Miss M. Ker- 
rigan, Sec, 290 Fremont. 

Trackmen No. 687 — Meet 2d Tuesdays, 
Labor Temple. 

Typographical No. 21— Meet 3d Sun- 
day, Labor Temple, 16th and Capp; 
headquarters, room 701 Underwood 
Bldg., 525 Market. 

Undertakers — Meet on call, 3567, 17th. 

United Glass Workers — Meet Wednes- 
days, Building Trades Temple. 

United Laborers of S. F. — Meet Tues- 
days, Building Trades Temple. 

United Leather Workers No. 57 (Sad- 
dlery Workers) — ^Meet 1st and 3d Thurs- 
days, Labor Temple. 

United Leather Workers No. 72 (Tan- 
ners) — Meet Wednesdays, Maenner- 
bund Hall, 24th and Kotrero. 

United Trunk, (Bag and Suitcase Work- 
ers — Tivoli Hall. Albion Av. 

Upholsterers — Meet Tuesdaysi Labor 
Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Waiters No. 30 — Meet 1st Wednesday, 
8:30 p. m.; other Wednesdays 2:30 p. m., 
at headquarters, 828 Mission. 

Waitresses No. 48 — Meet Wednesdays, 
1095 Market. 

Warehouse and Cereal Workers — Meet 
Tuesdays, 457 Bryant. 

Watchmen No. 15,689— Meet 1st and 
3d 'Fridays, 3 p. m., Labor Temple. O. S. 
Curry, Sec, 1437 Polk. 

Water Workers — Labor Temple. 

Web Pressmen — Meet 4th Monday, La- 
bor Temple, 16th and Capp. 

Anti-Japanese League — 313-14 Anglo 
Bldg., 16th and Mission. 

BAIIiBOAD I.ABOB OBaAmZATIONS 

Order Railway Conductors — F. H. 
Nemitz, Chairman, room 108 Argonaut 
Hotel. 

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen — 
F. L. McDowell, Chairman, Holland Hotel. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers 
— L. L. Sanford, Chairman, 317-318-320 
PaciHc Bldg. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen 
and Enginemen — 317-318-320 Pacific Bldg. 
O. W. Karn, Chairman. 

Order Railroad Telegraphers — 303-305 
Pacific Bldg., T. T. Cull, Chairman. 



aiIZ.IT AST 

National auard of California. 

W. D. Stephens, Governor, and Com- 
mander-in-chief. 



ITATAI. MHiITIA OF CAI^IFOBHZA. 

San Francisco Headquarters, 14th and 
Mission. 

Capt. George W. Bauer, Commanding, 
660 Sacramento, San Francisco. 



Veterans' National Qaard of California. 

Organized May 16, 1888. Objects: To 
promote social reunion and good fellow- 
ship; to assist its members in all Just 
claims, for the rights and benefits con- 
ferred upon them by the laws of the 
State of California, and to advance the 
Interests of the National Gaurd. Three 
years' service and honorable discharge 
In the National Guard of the State is a 
prerequisite of memoership. Meets on 
the 3d Wednesday in February, May, 
August and November at 1160 Eddy. 

Indttpendent Companies. 

These military organizations are inde- 
pendent of the National Guard of Cali- 
fornia, and for the most part are attached 
to some benevolent association. 



California Grays — Masonic Temple. 

National Defense League — Col. W. C. 
Alberger, .Sec, 629 Call Bldg. 

Nationals, The — Organized 1855. Meets 
at 1160 Eddy every Monday evening. J. 
C. Nagel, E. C. Barrasco, Fin. Sec. 

B07 SCOUTS OF AMEBICA, 704 Market 
— Raymond O. Hanson, Executive. 



^eotrne of the Crora Cadets. 

First Regiment — Established January 
7th, 1894. Regimental Headquarters, 
Callaghan Bldgi, San Francisco. Frank 
J. Grimley, Colonel Commanding; H. J. 
Spring, Capt. 

Loyal Legion, California Commandery 
—Call Bldg. 

PXTBUO SCHOOl^S OF SAH 
FBAirCISOO. 

Adams Cosmopolitan Grammar School 
— Eddy near Van Ness Av. 

Agassiz School — Bartlett and 22d. 

Andrew Jackson School — Hayes bet. 
Cole and Clayton. 

Bay View Grammar School — Bay View 
and Flora. 

Bemal Grammar School — Cortland Av. 
near Andover. 

Bryant Cosmopolitan Primary School — 
Bryant, bet. 22d and 23d. 

Buena Vista School — Bryant, near 18th. 

Burnett School — Lane and Newcomb. 

Cleveland Primary School — ^Persia Av. 
bet. Athens and Moscow. 

Columbia Cosmopolitan School — ^Florida 
near 25th. 

Columbus School — 12th Av. bet. Klrk- 
ham and Lawton. 

Commercial High School — Grove bet 
Polk and Larkin. 

Cooper Sarah B. School — Jones bet. 
Greenwich and Lombard. 

Cooper Sarah B. School Annex — 1041 
Greenwich. 

Crocker School — Page, near Broderlck. 

Daniel Webster School — Connecticut 
and 19th. 

Denman School — Hayes and Pierce. 

Detention Home School — 150 Otis. 

Douglass Primary School — 19th and 
Collingwood. 

Dudley Stone Primary School — Halght 
near Masonic Av. 

Edison School — Church and Hill. 

Emerson School- — Pine near Divisadero. 

Ethan Allen School — Bryant and 6th. 

Everett Grammar School — Sanchez nr. 
16th. 

Fairmount Grammar School — Chenery 
near Randall. 

Farragut School — HoUoway Av. and 
Faxon. 

Francis Scott Key School — 42d Av. and 
Irving. 

Frank McCoppin Primary School — 7th 
Av. near Balboa. 

Franklin School — 8th near Harrison. 

Fremont School — McAllister near 
Baker. 

Garfield School — Filbert and Kearny. 

George Peabody School — 7th Av. and 
Clement. 

Girls' High School — O'Farrell and 
Scott. 

Glen Park School — Brompton and Bos- 
worth. 

Golden Gate School — Golden Gate Av. 
near Scott. 

Grant School — ^Pacific Av. near Brod- 
erlck. 

Grattan School — Grattan and Shrader. 

Halght School — Mission near 25th. 

Hamilton School — Geary near Scott. 

Hancock School — Filbert near Jones. 

Harrison School — Railroad and James- 
town Avs. 

Hawthorne School — Shotwell near 22d. 

Hearst School — Hermann and Fillmore. 

Henry Durant School — Turk near Web- 
ster. 



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Horace Mann Evening School — Valen- 
cia near 22d. 

Horace Mann School — ^Valencia near 
22d. 

Humboldt Evening School — 18th and 
Dolores. 

Hunter's Point School — Innes near 
Hawes. 

Irving M. Scott School — Tennessee nr. 
22d. 

James Lick Grammar School — Noe and 
25th. 

Jean Parker Grammar School — Broad- 
way rear Powell. 

Jefferson School — 19th Av. and Irving. 

John Swett Grammar School — McAllis- 
ter near Gough. 

Junlpero Serra School — Highland Av. 
and Holly Park Circle. 

Kate Kennedy School — ^Noe and SOth. 

Lafayette School — 37th Av. and Geary. 

Laguna Honda Primary School — 7th 
Av. near Judah. 

Le Conte School — Norwich and Har- 
rison. 

Lincoln Evening School — At Hearst 
School, Hermann and Fillmore. 

Lincoln School — Harrison near 4th. 

Longfellow School — Lowell and Morse. 

Lowell High School — Hayes near Ma- 
sonic Av. 

Madison School — Clay near Walnut. 

Marshall School — Mission near IBth, 
rear Julian Av. 

McKinley School — 14th and Castro. 

Mission Grammar School — Mission near 
15th. 

Mission High School — 18th and Do- 
lores. 

Monroe School — Excelsior Av. and Lon- 
don. 

Moulder School — Page and Gough. 

Noe Valley School — 24th and Douglass. 

Oral School for Deaf — In Golden Gate 
School Bldg. 

Oriental Public School — Clay near Pow- 
ell. 

Pacific Heights Grammar School — 
Jackson near Webster. 

Parkside School — Vermont and 18th. 

Paul Revere School — Polsom and Tomp- 
kins Av. 

Polytechnic High School — ^Arguello 
Blvd. and Frederick. 

Portola School — Bacon near Berlin. 

Redding School — Pine near Larkln. 

Richmond Evening School — ^Arguello 
Blvd. near Geary. 

Rincon School — StiUman and 3d. 

Rochambeau School — 25 th Av. near 
Lake. 

Roosevelt School — Arguello Blvd. near 
Geary. 

Sheridan School — Capitol Av. and Lo- 
bos. 

Sherman Evening School — ^Unlon near 
Franklin. 

Spring Valley School — Jackson and 
Hyde. 

Starr King School — Utah near 25th. 

Sunnyslde School — ^Hearst Av. bet. 
Forester and Edna. 

Sutro School — 13th Av. near Clement. 

Visitacion Valley School — Schwerln and 
Visitaeion Av. 

Washington Evening School — ^Washing- 
ton and Mason. 

Washington Irving School — Broadway 
and Sansome. 

Washington School — Washington and 
Mason. 

WInfleld Scott School — Lombard near 
Baker. 

Yerba Buena School — Greenwich near 
Webster. 



BEOKET BOCIETIZS. 

American Iiegion. 

San Francl.sco Post No. 1 — L. F. Bern- 
hard, Sec, 422 Flood Bldg. 



ICaaoslo. 

Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons of 
California — Meets on the 3d Tuesday of 
April of each year. Thomas Abraham 
Davles. Grand Sec, Masonic Temple, Van 
Ness Av. and Market. 

Grand Council of Royal and Select Mas- 
ters of California — Meets on Monday pre- 
ceding 3d Tuesday of April each year at 
10 a. m. Thos. A. Davles, Grand Re- 
corder, Masonic Temple, Van Ness Av. 
and Market. 

Grand Commandery of Knights Temp- 
lar of California — Meets on 1st Thursday 
after the 3d Tuesday of April each year. 
Thos. A. Davles. Grand Recorder. Rooms, 
Masonic Temple, Van Ness Av. and Mar- 
ket. 

Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons of California — Meets 2d Tuesday In 
October, John Whicher. Grand Sec, of- 
fice. Masonic Temple, Van Ness Av. and 
Market. 

San Francisco Chapter, No. 1, Knights 
Rose Croix — Meets at call of the Master 
at 8 p, m., at Scottish Rite Temple, Van 
Ness Av. and Sutter. 

San Fi-anclsco Council, No. 1, Knights 
Kadosh — Meets at call of the Master at 
Scottish Rite Temple, Van Ness Av. and 
Sutter. 

San Francisco Lodge of Perfection, No. 
1 — Mee's every Friday evening at 8 p. m., 
at Scottish Rite Temple, Van Ness Av. 
and Sutter. 

Scottish Rite of Free Masonry, San 
Francisco Consistory, No. 1 — Meets ev- 
ery PYiday evening at 8 p. m., Scottish 
Rite Temple, Van Ness Av. and Sutter. 

California Bodies A. and A. Scottish 
Rite of Free Masonry, Southern Jurisdic- 
tion of the United States; California 
Lodge of Perfection, No. 10; California 
Chapter, No. 7, Knights Rose Croix; Cali- 
fornia Council, No. 7. Knights Kadosh; 
California Consistory, No. 5 — All meet 
at Albert Pike Memorial Temple. 1859 
Geary. 

Islam Temple Ancient Arabic Order 
Nobles of Mystic Shrine — Stated meet- 
ings 2d Thursday of each month at 650 
Geary. 

Xnlffhts Templar. 

California Commandery, No. 1 — Stated 
assembly every Friday evening at Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Golden Gate Commandery No. 16 — 
Stated assembly 1st and 3d Mondays of 
each month at Golden Gate Hall, 2135 
Sutter. 

San Francisco Commandery No. 41 — 
State assembly every Tuesday evennlg 
in Masonic Temple. 



Boyal Aroh ICasons. 

San Francisco Chapter No. 1 — Stated 
meeting 1st and 3d Wednesdays of each 
month at Masonic Temple. 

California Chapter No. 6 — Stated meet- 
ings 1st and 3d Tuesdays of each month 
at Masonic Temple. 

Mission Chapter No. 79 — Stated assem- 
bly 1st and 3d Thursdays of each month 
in Mission Masonic Temple. 

King Solomon Chapter No. 95 — Stated 
meetings 1st and 3d Fridays at 1739 Fill- 
more. 



Royal and Select ISaaters. 

California Council No. 2 — Meets Ist 
Saturday of each month at Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Past Masters Association of California, 
F. & A. M. — Meets Masonic Temple. Van 
Ness and Market. 1st Saturday In June 
and Ist Saturday after the 1st Monday 
in December. President, Wm. A. Sher- 
man; Secretary, O. L. Sues, 1257. 4th Av. 

Kasonlo Koacss. 

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Secret Societies 



California No. 1 — Meets 1st Thursday 
evening of each month at Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

i,a Parfaite Union No. 17 — Meets 1st 
Friday evening of each month in Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Occidental No. 22 — Meets 1st Monday 
evening of each month In Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Golden Gate No. 30 — Meets 1st Tuesday 
evening of each month in Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Mount Moriah No. 44 — Meets 1st Wed- 
nesday evening of each month In Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Fidelity No. 120 — Meets 1st Thursday 
evening of each month In Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Hermann No. 127 — Meets 1st Monday 
evening of each month In Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Pacific No. 136 — Meets 1st Tuesday eve- 
ning of each month in Masonic Temple. 

Crockett No. 139 — Meets 1st Wednes- 
day evening of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

Oriental No. 144 — Meets 1st Tuesday 
evening of each month In Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Excelsior No. 166 — Meets 1st Wednes- 
day evening of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

Mission No. 169 — Meets 1st Wednesday 
evening of each month at 2628 Mission. 

South San Francisco No. 212 — Meets 
1st Thursday evening In Masonic Hall, 
southeast corner Railroad and 14th Avs. 

Doric No. 216 — Meets 1st Thursday 
evening of each month in Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Speranza Italiana No. 219 — Meets 1st 
Friday evening of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

King Solomon's No. 260 — Meets 1st 
Monday evening of each month at 1739 
Fillmore. 

Starr King No. 344 — Meets 1st Wed- 
nesday evening of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

Presidio No. 354 — Meets 1st Thursday 
evening of each month in Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

San Francisco No. 360 — Meets 1st Tues- 
day evening of each month in Masonic 
Temple. 

Amity No. 370 — Meets 1st Friday eve- 
ning of each month at 2668 Mission. 

Jewel No. 374 — Meets 2d Thursday af- 
ternoon of each month In Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Richmond No. 375 — Meets 1st Monday 
of each month at 405 Arguello Blvd and 
Clement. 

evening of each month In Masonic Hall 
9th Av. and Judah. 

Balder No. 393 — Meets 1st Friday of 
each month at 2174 Market. 

Falrmount Lodge No. 435 — Meets 1st 
Tuesday of each month at 149 Eddy. 

Park Lodge No. 449 — Meets 1st Wed- 
nesday of each month at 1748 Halght. 

Bethlehem No. 453 — Meets 1st Monday 
of each month at 1739 Fillmore. 

Golden West No. 455— Meets 1st Tues- 
day of each month In Mission Masonic 
Temple. 

Argonaut Lodge No. 461 — Meets 1st 
Thursday of each month at 2135 Sutter. 

Paul Revere Lodge No. 4 62 — Meets 1st 
Friday in Masonic Temple. 

Alta Vista Lodge No. 464— Meets 1st 
Tuesday at 2135 Sutter. 

Lincoln Lodge No 470 — Meets 1st 
Tuesday at 1739 Fillmore. 

Masonic Cemetery Association — Office 
846 Phelan Bldg. 

Masonic Board of Relief — Office, Ma- 
sonic Temple. 

Masonic Employment Bureau — Masonic 
Temple. 

Masonic Temple Association — Office, 
Masonic Temple. Edward Peabody, Sec. 



Masonic Veteran Association of the 
Pacific Coast — Object: Building up 
Grand Lodge library. Meets 1st Thurs- 
day after 2d Tuesday In October of each 
year. Henry M. Owens, Sec, 948 Market. 



Order of the Eastern Star. 

Grand Chapter of California, Order of 
the Eastern Star — Meets on the 3d Tues- 
day in October at San Francisco Cal. 
Louise May Elsenshon. Lo.s Angeles, 
Grand Matron; Lew E. Wallace, San 
Francisco, Grand Patron; Kate J. Wil- 
lats.' Grand Sec, office, 1002 Ellis. 
Grand Sec. office, 1002 Ellis. 

Golden Gate Chapter No. 1 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Friday evenings In Masonic Tem- 
ple. 

Ivy Chapter No. 27 — Meets 2d and 4th 
"Tuesday evenings In Masonic Temple. 

Beulah Chapter No. 99 — Meets 2d and 
4 th Monday evenings In Masonic Hall, 
1200 Railroad Av. 

Harmony Chapter No. 124 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursday evenings In Masonic 
Temple. 

Mission Chapter No. 155 — Meets 2d and 
4th Saturday evenings at 2668 Mission In 
Masonic Hall. 

Olive Branch Chapter No. 169 — ^Meets 
1st and 3d Monday evenings in Golden 
Gate Commandery Hall. 

King Solomon's Chapter No. 170 — Meets 
2d and 4th Saturday evenings at 1739 
Fillmore. 

California Chapter No. 183 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Wednesday evenings In Masonic 
Temple. 

San Francisco Chapter No. 196 — Meets 
1st and 3d Tuesday evenings In Masonic 
Temple. 

Starr King Chapter No. 204 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesday evenings In Golden Gate 
Commandery Hall. 

Aloha Chapter No. 206 — Meets 1st and 
3d Saturday evenings at 525 Sutter. 

Terba Buena Chapter No. 228 — Meets 
1st and 3d Saturday evenings In Masonic 
Temple. 

Imperial Chapter No. 229 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Tuesday evenings at 1746 Halght. 

Jewel Chapter No. 238 — Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesday afternoon in Golden Gate 
Commandery Hall. 

Ideal Chapter No. 251 — Meets 1st and 
3d Wednesday evenings In Golden Gate 
^Commandery Hall. 

Richmond Chapter No. 255 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Thursday evenings at Arguello 
Blvd. and Clement. 

Amity Chapter No. 262 — Meets 2d and 
4th Monday evenings at Masonic Hall, 
2668 Mission. 

Parnassus Chapter No. 269 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursday evenings at 9th Av. and 
Judah. 

Amo Chapter No. 280 — Meets 2d and 
4 th Wednesday evenings In Golden Gate 
Commandery Hall. 

Albert Pike Chapter No. 284 — Meets 2d 
and 4 th Thursday evenings at Masonic 
Temple. 

Golden West Chapter No. 350 — Meets 
1st and 3d Saturday evenings at 2668 
Mission. 



Ancient XgrTPtlan Order of Sdoti. 

Supreme Pyramid of the World, Ancient 
Egyptian Order of Sciots — Meets annu- 
ally on 2d Tuesday in November. Otto L. 
Sues, Supreme Scribe, 1257. 4th Av. 

San FYanclsco Pyramid No. 1, Ancient 
Egyptian Order of Sciots — Meets 2d and 
4th Fridays of each month at 414 Mason. 
G. Robert Brockmann, Scribe, 1306 Va- 
lencia. 



Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F. — I. O. O. F. 
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H. W. Brunk. Grand Master; H. D. 
ardson, Sec, San Francisco, Cal. 

Odd Fellows Home of California — Lo- 
cated at Saratoga, California; H. D. Rich- 
ardson, Sec, San Francisco, Cal. 

Trustees — John Hazlett, Pres., San 
Francisco; S. E. Moreland, Vlce-Pres., 
San Jose; E. A. Pierce, Los Angeles; J. 
W. Kaerth, Colusa; A. N. Bullock, Sac- 
ramento. 



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Bubordtnat* ^od^ei I. O. 
FranoUco. 

California Lodge No. 1 — Meets every 
Monday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Harmony Lodge No. 13 — Meets ivery 
Tuesday evenings at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Yerba Buena Lodge No. IB — Mtets 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Magnolia Lodge No. 29 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Bay City Lodge No. 71 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Abou Ben Adhem Lodge No. 112 — Meets 
every Thursday evening at I. O. O. *'. 
Bldg. 

Concordia Lodge No. 122 — Meets every 
Monday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Apollo Lodge No. 123 — Meets every 
Friday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Spartan Lodge No. 125 — Meets everv 
Wednesday evening at Newcomb and 
Railroad Avs. 

Unity Lodge No. 131= — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at 2337 Mission. 

Pacific Lodge No. 155 — Meets every 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Occidental Lodge No. 179 — Meets ev- 
ery Thursday evening at I- O. O. F. Bldg. 

Golden Gate Lodge No. 204 — Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday evening at I. O. O. F. Build- 
ing. 

Alta Lodge No. 205 — Meets every Mon- 
day evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Franco-\merican Lodge No. 207 — Meets 
every Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. 
Bldg. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 222 — Meets every 
Monday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Morse Lodge No. 257 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Western Addition Lodge No. 285 — Meets 
every Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. 
Bldg. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 310 — Meets every 
Monday evening at 2337 Mission. 

Golden West Lodge No. 322 — Meets 
Thursday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Presidio Lodge No. 334 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Odin Lodge No. 393 — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at 2174 Market. 

Columbus Lodge No. 394 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at 1524 Powell. 

Fort Point Lodge No. 406 — Meets every 
Wednesday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 



Orand Encampment, I. O. O. 7. 

J. E. Strelghtif, Grand Patriarch, 
Berkeley. 

William H. Barnes — Grand Scribe, 1. 
O. O. F. Bldg. 

Golden Gate No. 1 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Saturday of each month at I. O. O. F. 
Bldg. 

Walhalla No. 7 — Meets 1st and 3d Fri- 
days of each month at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Unity No. 26 — Meets 2d and 4th Satur- 
days of each month at 222 Van Ness Av. 

Oriental No. 67 — Meets 1st and 3d Sat- 
urdays of each month at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Thor Encampment No. Ill — Meets 2d 
and 4th Mondays of eax:h month at 2174 
Market. 

Canton, San Francisco No. 5, Patriarchs 
Militant, I. O. O. F.— Meets 2d Friday 
of each month at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of San 
Francisco — iHenry Jacks, Pres.; A. ii. 
Brand, Sec; I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

General Relief Committee, I. O. O. F. — 



Meets every Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. at 
I. O. O. F. Bldg., A. M. Brand, Sec. 

Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F., Be- 
partment of California — F. J. Walter, 
Major-General Commanding, Vallejo, 
Cal. 

Veteran Odd Fellows, San FYanclsco^ 
Annual meeting, May 14 to 17, 1919, at 
San Francisco. C. H. Weaver, Pres.; 
A. W. Benedict, Vlcc-Pres.; William H. 
Barnes. Sec; James W. Harris, Treas. ; 

D. C. Malcolm, Marshal; F. A, Week, J. 

E. Strelghtif, J. F. Crossett, E. P. Ses- 
sions, E. H. Black, Trustees. 

I. O. O. F. Orphans' Home — GUroy, CaL 
Trustees: Ethel P. Foster, Oakland; Alta 
M. Orr, Hollister; Ada Madison, Los An- 
geles; Jessie W. Farge, Santa Cruz; 
Katherlne N. Jackson, San Francisco. 
Cal. Mary E. Donoho, Sec. Office, Odd 
Fellows Hall, Market and 7th, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Babekah ^odtrea. 

Rebekah Assembly, I. O. O. F. — I. O. O. 

F. Bldg., 7th and Market. Mary B. Don- 
oho, Sec. 

California Rebekah Lodge No. 1 — Meets 
every Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. 
Hall. 

Templar Rebekah Lodge No. 19 — Meets 
every Saturday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Oriental Rebekah Lodge No. 90 — Meets 
every Wednesday evening at I. O. O. F. 
Bldg. 

Walhalla Rebekah Lodge No. 130 — 
Meets every Saturday evening at I. O. O. 
F. Bldg. 

Amity Rebekah Lodge, No. 161 — Meets 
every Saturday evening s* I. O. O. P. 
Bldg. 

Loyal Rebekah Lodge No. 215 — Meets 
every Monday evening at I. O. O. P. Bldg. 

Mission Rebekah Lodge No. 225 — Meets 
every Saturday evening at 2337 Mission. 

Freja Rebekah Lodge No. 284 — Meets 
every Thursday evening at 2174 Market. 

Golden City Rebekah Lodge No. 304 — 
Meets every Tuesday evening at I. O. 
O. F. Hall. 

Bay View Rebekah Lodge No. 317 — 
Meets Monday evenings at 2337 Mission. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows, 

Manchester Unity — 44 Page. J. R. Bur- 
gess, Sec, 201 Sansome. 

Loyal Golden Gate Lodge, No. 7189 — A. 
L. Molteni. Sec, Berkeley. 

Loyal Mission Lodge No. 7494 — Meets 
Monday evenings at 44 Page. J. S. Cur- 
rie. Sec, 734, 11th Av. 

Loyal Elvezla Lodge No. 7940 — G. 
Muschi, Sec, 719 Jackson. 



Asdent Order of Foresters. 

Subsidiary High Court of the Pacific 
Coast was instituted November 6, 1889, 
In San Francisco, forming a part of the 
Universal Order known as the Ancient 
Order of Foresters Friendly Society — 
The High Court of the World Is Located 
In London, England. There are 135 Courts 
in this State. 

The Subsidiary High Court officers are: 

High Chief Ranger — Walter N. Reed, 
San Francisco. 

High Sub-Chief Ranger— E. C. Risl, 
Oakland. 

High Court Treasurer — Karl Eber, 
San Francisco. 

High Court Secretary — James H. Dun- 
can. 

High Court Senior Woodward — M. F. 
Marshall, San Jose. 

High Court Junior Woodward — Wm. 
Frathen, Grass Valley. 

High Court Senior Beadle — Thos. F. 
Shaw, Oakland. 

High Court Junior Beadle — Dr. D. F. 
Thompson, Reno. Nev. 

Permanent Secretary — John Falconer, 
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Court Eureka No. 6146 — Meets Ist and 

3d Tuesdays, 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Court Occidental No. 6676 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Tuesday at 414 Mason. 

Court Star of the West No. 6956 — Meets 
1st and 3d Fridays at 4 4 Page. 

Court Twin Peaks No. 7556 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Wednesdays at 3053, 16th. 

Court Apollo No. 7802 — Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at California Hall. 

Court Bournemouth No. 7804 — Meets 
1st and 3d Thursdays at 1881 Fillmore. 

Court Mazzlnl No. 7809 — Meets 1st and 
3d Mondays at 1524 Powell. 

Court Victoire No. 7811 — Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at B. B. Bldg., 149 Eddy. 

Court Kensington No. 7904 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Mondays at 124 Vicksburg. 

Court America No. 7916 — Meets 1st and 
3d Fridays at Masonic Hall, 2668 Mission. 

Court Lincoln No, 8517 — Meets 2d and 
4th Thursdays at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Court California No. 9248 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Wednesdays at 3053, 16th. 

Companions of the Forest 
, Supreme Grand Circle — Officers: 

Supreme Chief Companion — Mrs. Car- 
rie Calvin, Jackson, Cal. 

Supreme Sub-Chief Companion — Miss 
E. Hunter, San Francisco. 

Supreme Secretary- — M. Boehm, Chron- 
icle Bldg., San Francisco. 

Supreme Treasurer — Mrs. K. Moore. 
, Supreme Herald — Mrs. M. Amioth, San 
Francisco. ., ., 

Supreme Right Guide— Mrs. J. Jepsen, 
San Francisco. „ „, ... 

Supreme Left Guide— Mrs. G. Weidin- 
ger, Berkeley, Cal. 

Supreme Inner Guard — Mrs. A. Cos- 
grove, Oakland, Cal. 

Supreme Outer Guard — Mrs. E. L. 
Boehm, San Francisco. 
■ Supreme Organist — Miss Ruth Fal- 
coner, San Francisco. 

Washington Circle No. 1 — Meets za 
and 4th Fridays at 44 Page. 

Justice Circle No. 104 — Meets 1st and 
33 Fridays at 3053, 16th. „ ^ „^ 

Mazzini Circle No. 106 — Meets 2d and 
4th Monday evenings at Washington 
Square Hall. 

Franklin Circle No. 115— Meets 1st and 
3d Wednesday evenings at 44 Page. 

Artemis Circle No. 120 — Meets 1st and 
3d Wednesdays at Polk and Turk. 

Loyal Circle No. 179 — Meets 2d and 
4 th Thursdays at 44 Page. 

Bohemian Circle No. 200 — Meets 2d and 
4th Fridays at 3053. 16th. 

Fidelity Circle No. 203 — Meets 2d and 
4th Thursday at 3053, 16th. „ . , . 

Twin Peaks Circle No. 222— Meets 1st 
and 3d Wednesdays at 3053, 16th. 

Lincoln Circle No. 223 — Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesdays at 3053. 16th. 

Ivanhoe Circle No. 25— Meets 1st and 
3d Wednesdays at Eagles Hall, Golden 
Gate Av. 

Guadalupe Circle No. 269— Meets 2d 
and 4th Wednesdays at 1254 Market. 

Yerba Buena Circle — Meets 2d and 4th 
Tuesdays at 1645 Stelner. 

Ancient Order of SHiemlans. 

State Officers and County Officers — 
Meet at 454 Valencia. „ 

Division No. 2 — Meets 1st and 3d Tues- 
days of each month at 454 Valencia, 

Division No. 4 — Meets 1st and 3d Tues- 
days at Masonic Hall, corner Newcomb 
and Railroad Avs. ^ ,^. 

Division No. 5 — Meets 2d and 4 th 
Thursdays at 454 Valencia, 

Division No. 6 — Meets 2d and 4 th Mon- 
days at 454 Valencia. 

Division No. 9 — Meets 2d and 4th. 
Thursdays at St. Teresa's Hall, 19th and 
Tennessee. 



Division No. 10 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Wednesdays at 454 Valencia. 

Division No. 11 — Meets 1st and 3d Fri- 
days at 454 Valencia. 

Division No. 12 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Tuesdays at 454 Valencia. 

Division No. 17 — Meets 1st and 3d Mon- 
days at 454 Valencia. 

Indies' Anzlliary. 

Division No. 1 — Meets 1st and 3d Mon- 
days at 454 Valencia. „ 

Division No. 2 — Meets 1st and 3d Tues- 
days at 3265. 16th. 

Division No. 3 — Meets 2d and 4tn 
Wednesdays at 464 Valencia. 

Division No. 4 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Thursdays at Columbus Hall, 29th and 
Mission. „ , „ 

Division No. 6 — Meets 1st and 3d Tues- 
days at 454 Valencia. 

Division No. 8 — Meets 2d and 4th Tues- 
days at 18th and Shotwell. 

Division No. 9 — Meets 1st and 3d 
Thursdays at St. Teresa's Hall, 19th and 

Division No. 10 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Thursdays at 454 Valencia. 

Division No. 11 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Mondays at 3265, 16th. 

Division No. 12 — Meets 2d and 4th 
Tuesdays at 4 54 Valencia. 

Division No. 17 — Meets 1st and 3d 
Wednesdays at 454 Valencia. 

Hibernia Hall Association — Meets 2d 
and 4th Mondays, 454 Valencia. 

Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 3 — Meets 
every Friday evening at 540 Powell, be- 
tween Bush and Sutter. A. A. GoepPj 
E. R.; Herman Kohn, Sec, 540 Powell: 
John H. Dumbrell, Treas. 

Catholic KniiThts of America. 

St. Mary's Branch No. 437 — Meets 2d , 
Sunday of each month at 1944 California. 
Dr. J. F. Gibbon, Pres.; C. J. Nicholas, 
Recording Sec. 

Commercial Travelers' Association. 

Pacific Coast Commercial Travelers' 
Association — Meets the last Saturday of 
each month. Headquarters, 444 Market. 
Sam Cohen, Sec. 

San Francisco Commercial Travelers' 
Association — Meets 2d and 4th Tuesdays 
in each month at 611 Pacific Bldg. A. R. 
Klnne, Pres. 

Travelers Protective Association of 
America. 

California Division — ^Harry T. Moore, 
Sec.-Treas., 516 Underwood Bldg. 

TTnlted Commercial Travelers of America, 

Golden Gate Council No. 80 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesdays in each month at 444 
Market. R. Jacoby, Sec. 

San Francisco Council No. 429 — Meets 
4th Saturday in each month at 2135 Sut- 
ter. B. F. Heastand. Sec. 



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Mrs. Isaac N. Chapman, State Regent. 

California Chapter — Meets at residences 
of members October to May, inclusive. 
Mrs. Joseph L. Mondy, Regent, 3522 Clay. 

Puerta del Oro Chapter — Meets 2d 
Tuesday of each month at homes of mem- 
bers. Mrs. W. W. Wymore, Regent, 48 

Sequoia Chapter— Meets 2d Tuesday of 
each month, September to May. Mrs. 
Yates Davenport, Regent: Mrs. 
Wlltkins. Regent, 3771 Clay. 

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DAirOKTEKS Or TKS OOK7XDBKAOT. 

Albert Sidney Johnston Chapler No. 79, 
United Daughters of the Confederacy — 
Mrs. Mary Polk du Bose, Pres., 1265 Pine; 
Mrs. Geo. H. Hellmann, Sec, Palo Alto. 
Cal. Ten meetings yearly at St. PYancls 
Hotel. 



rOKEBTEKS Or AlCBKIOA. 

The objects of this order are to unite 
fraternally all white males of good char- 
acter between the ages of 18 and 50 years, 
to aid Its sick members, bury Its dead, 
give relief to their widows and orphans, 
to find employment for unemployed mem- 
bers, and all other benevolent purposes. 
There are one hundred and fifty Courts In 
this state, with a inembership of 18. .000. 
also auxiliaries, which are known as 
Knights of Sherwood Forest, Companions 
of the Forest of America and Junior 
Courts. 

The Supreme Head of the Order is 
known as the Supreme Court, and was 
organized in Minneapolis on August 16, 
1889, they having on that day seceded 
from the Ancient Order of Foresters, 
whose Supreme Head Is In England. The 
Supreme Court meets biennially and the 
next session will be held In Atlantic City, 
N. J., on the last Tuesday in August, 1919. 
The Supreme Court comprises 1,865 
Courts, with a total membership In the 
United States of 241,399 members. 

The Grand Court of California was In- 
stituted on November 20, 1889, and the 
officers for the year 1920 are as follows; 
follows: 

Mat Arnoldv of Court Pride of Marys- 
vlUe No. 34, Jr. Past Grand Chief Ran- 
ger. Marvsville; Frank Mitchell, Jr., of 
Court Hayward No. 78, Grand Chief 
Ranger, Hayward; Felix Gross of Court 
Golden West No. 20, Grand Sub-Chief 
Ranger, San Francisco; Frank Conklin 
of Court Zenith No. 21, Grand Treasurer, 
San Francisco; Joseph B. Reboli of Court 
Verbano No. 168, Grand Secretary, Oak- 
land; Maurice L. Rapheld of Court Palo 
Alto No. .53, Grand Senior Woodward, 
San Francisco; Jas. R. navis of Court 
• Tin Hood No. 1, Grand Junior Wood- 
ward, San Francisco; Frank Zelich of 
Court U. S. of America No. 38, Grand 
Senior Beadle, Oakland; J. M. Amick of 
Court lone No. 131, Grand Junior Beadle, 
lone; Andre Rouseyrol of Court Fran- 
caise No. 97, Grand Recording Secretary, 
Los Angeles; Wm. B. Hornblower of 
Court Bonlto No. 3, Grand Lecturer, San 
Francisco: J. H. Moll of Court California 
No. ■), Grand Supervisor of Junior Courts, 
San Francisco; A. A. Powers of Court 
Star of Woodland No. 10, Woodland; 
Walter Horber of Court Defiance No. 23. 
San Francisco; Bryant O'Connor of 
Court Zenith No. 21, San Francisco; 
Jame.s McSheehy of Court Inter Nos No. 
IS, San Francisco; Dr. S. P. Cavanagh 
of Court Point Reyes No. 219, Point 
Reves Station; Albert Springer of Court 
Magnolia No. 29. Srancisco, and T. G. 
O'Connor of Court- Garfield No. 9, Nevada 
Citv, Grand Trustees. 

Grand Board of Appeals — Frank H. 
Kerrigan No. 20. Jas. G. Conlan No. 4. 
Hugo K. Asher, P. G. C. R. 

Grand Secretary's office, 401-2-3 Grant 
Bldg. Next meeting of the Grand Court 
will be held the first Wednesday in May, 
1921, at San Jose, Cal. 

General Relief Committee F. of A. 
meets first and third Monday evenings, 
Foresters Hall. 172 Golden Gate Av. J. 
Label, Sec, 1435 Octavla. 

Twenty-six Courts and one Junior 
Court meet In the City and County of San 
Francisco. 
Court Robin Hood No. 1 — Meets 2d and 



4th Wednesdays at Swedish American 
Hall. 

Court Aurora No. 2 — Meets 2d and 4tb 
Wednesday at 172 Golden Gate Av. 

Court America-Mayflower No. 3 — Meets 
1st and 3d Wednesday at Schubert Bldg. 
Court California No. 4 — ^Meets 2d and 
4tn Tuesday at B. B. Hall, 149 Eddy. 

Court Golden Gate No. 5 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Tuesday at B. B. Hall, 149 Eddy. 
Court San Francisco No. 7 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesdays at Polito Hall. 

Court Hubertus No. 15 — Meets every 
Friday at California House, Polk and 
Turk. 

Court Inter Nos No. 18— Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesdays at 3009, 16th. 

Court Golden West No. 20 — Meets Ist 

and 3d Thursday at B. B. Hall, 149 Eddy. 

Court Zenith No. 21— Meets 1st and Sd 

Wednesday at Redmen's Hall, Golden 

Gate Av. near Leavenworth. 

Court Defiance No. 23 — Meets 1st and 
3d Thursdays at 172 Golden Gate -W. 

Court Magnolia No. 29— Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesdays at 273 Golden Gate Av. 

Court Washington No. 37— Meets Ist 
and 3d Tuesday at B. B. Hall, 149 Eddy. 

Court Bonita No. 43 — Meets 1st and 3d 
Wednesdays at 2476 Mission. 

Court Seal Rock No. 45 — Meets every 
Thursday at 2476 Mission. 

Court Palo Alto No. 53 — Meets 2d and 

4th Wednesday at B. B. Hall, 149 Eddy. 

Court Live Oak No. 67 — Meets 1st and 

3d Thursday at Masonic Hall, Newcomb 

and Railroad Avs. 

Court Farallone No. 71 — Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesday at Foresters Hall, Ocean 
View. 

Court Ferrucclo No. 132 — Meets 1st and 

3d Tuesday at K. of P. Hall, 1524 Powell. 

Court General Lawton No. 171 — Meets 

2d and 4th Wednesday at Roma Lodge 

Hall, 1624 Powell. 

Court Sunflower No. 187— Meets 1st and 
3d Thursday at Liberty Hall, Eagles' 
Bldg 

Court Point Lobos No. 203— Meets Ist 
and 3d Wednesday at Richmond Masonic 
Hall, 309, 4th Av. 

Cour de France No. 212— Meets 1st 
and 3d Wednesdays at 172 Golden Gate 
Av. 

Court University Mound No. 232— Meets 
1st and 3d Thursday at University Mound 

Court Marconi No. 246— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesday at Guadalupe Hall, 4651 
Mission. 

Court Phoenix No. 251 — Meets 1st and 
3d Tuesdays at Mission Hall, 21st and 
Mission. 

Junior Court Pride of California No. 1 
— Meets 2d and 4th Wednesdays at 273 
Golden Gate Av. 

San Francisco Conclave No. 159, K. S. 
F. — Meets every Friday, 172 Golden Gate 
Av. 



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AllESIOA. 

The Companions of the Forest of 
America Is the recognized ladles' branch 
of the Foresters of America, This branch 
has the power of making Its own laws 
without Interference from the parent or- 
ganization, and Is under the control of 
the Supreme Circle. The next meeting of 
the Supreme Circle will convene at At- 
lantic City, N. J., the third week In 
August, 1919. _ . _, 

Grand Circle of California — Organized 
Januarv 2S, 1888. Grand Chief Compan- 
ion, Sophie Covle, San FrancLsco; Grand 
Sub-Chief Companion, Eleanor Gurry, 
Los Angeles; Grand Financial Secretary, 
Agnes D. Bremer, room 509 Grant Bldg., 
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cording Secretary, Celia Kalck, 1135 E3. 
Main St., Stocliton, Cal.; Grand Treas- 
urer, Kate Toohig, 1403 San Bruno Av., 
San Francisco; Grand Supervisor on By- 
Laws, Mate H. Cartwright, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Marshal, Florence Wiieeler, 
San Francisco; Grand Right Guide, 
Frances Ryan, San Francisco; Grand 
Left Guide, Matilda Joris, Santa Cruz, 
Cal.; Grand Inner Guard, C. Mildred 
Green, San Francisco; Grand Outer 
Guard, Helen Fleuti, Oakland. Cal.; 
Grand Trustees: Hattie Grace, San 
Francisco, Claudie Lawrence, Sacramen- 
to, Goldie Munter, San Francisco; Grand 
Councilors; Myrtle Yager, lone, Cal., 
Sarah Loney, Grass Valley, Cal., Rose 
Dahler, Woodland, Cal., Mary Rose, Val- 
lejo, Cal., Mayme McCann, Ferndale, 
Cal.; Grand Chorister, Rebecca Kemp 
van Ee, San Francisco. 

Grand Financial Secretary's office, 
room 509 Grant Bldg., Market at 7th, San 
Frajicisco. 

The next meeting of the Grand Circle 
will convene on 1st Wednesday In May, 
1921, at San Jose, Cal. 

There are 60 circles in the State, 18 of 
which are in this city, as follows: 

Excelsior Circle No. 2 — Meets every 
Tuesday at Shubert Hall, 16th and Mis- 
sion. 

Golden Gate Circle No. 23 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Mondays at American Foresters 
Hall, 172 Golden Gate Av. 

Live Oak Circle No. 29 — Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesdays at 1254 Market. 

Robin Hood Circle No. 58— Meets 1st 
and 3d Fridays at 414 Mason. 

Mizpah Circle No. 100— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at Shubert Hall, 16th 
and Mission. 

Golden Era Circle No. 103— Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursdays at 1254 Market. 

Bonita Circle No. 104 — Meets 1st and 3d 
Thursdays at Shubert Hall, 16th and 
Mission. 

Pride of the Forest Circle No. 204— 
Meets 2d and 4th Fridays In Masonic 
Hall, Newcomb and Railroad Avs. 

Inter Nos Circle No. 215— Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesdays at California Hall. 

San Francisco Circle No. 267 — Meets 1st 
and 3a Wednesdays at Excelsior Hall. 

Martha Washington Circle No. 459 — 
Meets 2d and 4th Thursdays at B. B. 
Hall, 149 Eddy. 

New Century Circle No. 513— Meets 2d 
and 4th Mondays at Odd Fellows Hall, 
7th and Market. 

James G. Blaine Circle No. 615— Meets 
2d and 4th Fridays at 1254 Market. 

Laguna Honda Circle No. 898— Meeta 
2d and 4th Tuesdays at 1254 Market. 

Point Lobos Circle No. 899— Meets 1st 
Friday, Masonic Temple, 1st Av. and Cle- 
ment. 

Precita Circle No. 1064— Meets 1st and 
3d Thursdays at Shubert Hall, 16th and 
Mission. 

Joan of Arc Circle No. 1183—1254 Mar- 
ket. 

miPROVSD OKSEB OF XEB MEN. 

Red Men's Hall, 240 Golden Gate Av., 
Porter L. Bliss, Sr., Great Chief of Rec- 
ords. 

There are 130 Tribes in this State. The 
following meet in San Francisco: 

Manzanlta No. 4— Meets every Wednes- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Mlantonomah No. 9 — Meets every Tues- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Pocahontas No. 11 — Meets every Friday 
at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Sotoyome No. 12 — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Seminole No. 54— Meets every Wednes- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 



Modoc No. 57 — Meets every Thursday 
at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Winnemucca No. 61— Meets every Fri- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Osceola No. 71 — Meets every Tuesday 
at 1254 Market. 

White Eagle No. 72— Meets every Tues- 
day at Potrero Av. near 24th. 

Bald Eagle No. 75— Meets every Wed- 
nesday at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Montezuma No. 77 — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 1254 Market. 

Shoshone No. 78 — Meets every Wednes- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Altahmos No. 87 — Meets every Wednes- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Ahwashte No. 89 — Meets Friday at 240 
Golden Gate Av. 

Monadnock No. 100— Meets every Fri- 
day at 3009, 16th. 

Tosemlte No. 103— Meets every Tues- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

WUlopI No. 133— Meets every Thurs- 
day at Willopl Hall, 4161, 21st 

Calumet No. 149 — Meets every Monday 
at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Wyandotte No. 158— Meets every Tues- 
day at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Degree of Pocahontas 
There are 88 Councils in the State and 
the following meet in San Francisco: 

Pocahontas No. 3 — Meets 1st and 3d 
Wednesdays at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Matoaka Council No. 18 — Meets every 
Wednesday at 1620, 15th. 

Oneida Council No. 27 — Meets every 
Thursday at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Ramona Council No. 28— Meets PYiday 
at 1254 Market. 

Mohican Council No. 42 — Meets every 
Thursday at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Seneca Council No. 44 — Meets every 
Thursday at 3265, 16th. 

Manzanlta Council No. 49 — Meets every 
Friday at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Calumet Council No. 66 — Meets 2d and 
4th Fridays at 431 Duboce Av. 

Seminole Council No. 68 — ^Meets every 
Monday at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Bald Eagle Council No. 77 — Meets ev- 
ery Friday at 1620, 15th. 

Osceola Council No. 80 — Meets every 
Thursday at 3053, 16th. 

Willopl Council No. 106 — Meets every 
Friday at 4062, 24th. 

Mlantonomah Council No. 125 — Meets 
2d and 4th Thursdays at 240 Golden Gate 
Nawa Daha Council No. 132 — Meets ev- 
ery 2d and 4th Thursday at 240 Golden 
Gate Av. 

Wichita Council No. 146 — Meets every 
Thursday at 1254 Market. 

Wahnottee Council No. 149— Meets ev- 
ery Wednesday at 1254 Market. 

nrSEFENDENT OKDEB B'NAI B'BZTH 

District Lodge No. 4— Richard E. Gut- 
stadt, Grand Pers., San i'^rancisco; I. J. 
Aschheim, Grand Sec, San Francisco; 
Joseph L. Goldsmith, Treas. Annual 
meeting on the 3d Sunday In February at 
B'nal B'rlth Bldg., 149 Eddy. 

B'nal B'rlth Hall Association — Frank 
Sperling, Pres; I. J. Aschheim, Sec. Meets 
at the call of the Chair. 




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The office of the High Court of North- 
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Bldg., San Francisco. John P. Murphy, 
High Chief Ranger; Ed. N. Cameron. 
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Court San Francisco No. 10 — Meets ev- 
ery Wednesday at 414 Mason. 

Companion Court Golden Gate No. 765 — 
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at Eagles Hall, 
273 Golden Gate Av 

arSBFENSEHT OKSEB 07 KES MXIT 

Grand Stamm, Independent Order of 
Red Men's U. O. R. M. — Meets every 4 th 
Friday at Redraen Hall, 3053, 16th. Mar- 
tin Fuetscher, Grand Sec. 

California Stamm No. 70— Meets every 
1st and 3d Friday at 3053, 16th. 

Eureka Stamm No. 20 — Meets every 1st 
and 3d Wednesday (Ladles) at 3053, 16th. 

Germanla Stamra No. 83 — Meets every 
Tuesday at 3063, 16th. 

Hermann Stamm No. 224 — Meets every 
Monday at 3053, 16th. 

Metamora Stamm No. 4 — Meets every 
2d and 4th Tuesday (Ladles) at 3053 
16th. 

Pacific Stamm No. 66 — Meets every 2d 
and 4th Monday at 3053, 16th. 

San Francisco Stamm No. 246 — Meets 
every 2d and 4th Wednesday at 3053 
16 th. 

Schiller Stamm No. 278— Meets every 
Monday at 3053, 16th. 

Yerba Buena Lager No. 8 — Meets every 
1st and 3d Thursday at 3053, 16th. 



ORAITO ASUT OP THX BEFTTBUC. 

Department of California and Nevada — 
Organized April 15, 1867. Headquarters 
467 City Hall. Department Commander. 
John H. Roberts; Asst. Adjt. Gen.. A. E. 
Leavitt. 

Lincoln Post No. 1 — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening at Civic Auditorium. John 
Ryan, Commander; Wm, Roberts, Adju- 
tant. 

George H. Thomas Post No. 2— Meets 
1st and 3d Tuesday evenings at Civic 
Auditorium. L. L. Dorr, Commander; 
John H. Roberts. Adjutant. 

Gen. George G. Meade Post No. 48 — 
Meets 1st and 3d Tuesday evenings at 
Civic Auditorium. Chas. Zissig. Com- 
mander; D. W. O'Fallon, Adjutant. 



WOKAVS BEi;ZBF CO&FS. 

Auxiliary to the Grand Army of tho 
Republic. ■ 

Lincoln Relief Corps No. 3 — Meets ev- 
ery Thursday evening at Civic Auditor- 
ium. Pearl M. Baum, Sec, 2351 Larkin. 

Meade Relief Corps No. 61 — Meets at 
Civic Auditorium 2d and 4th Tuesday 
evenings. Etta Eggers, Sec. 

I^ASIBS OF TBE GRAND ABUT OF 
TEE BEFUBUC. 

Seven Pines Circle No. 3 — Mrs. H. C. 
Finch, 123, 22d Av., Sec. Meets Monday 
evenings at Civic Auditorium. 

Wm. McKlnley Circle No. 31— May 
Peixotto, ISec. JMeets at dvicl Audi- 
torium 2d and 4tli Thursdays. 

Geo. H. Thomas Circle No. 32 — Meets 
1st and :id Tuesdays at 240 Golden Gate 
Av. I..ucy Vinning, Sec. 



DAUOHTBBS OF VETEBAm. 

Dolly Madison Tent No. 11 — Meets at 
Civic Auditorium 1st and 3d Tuesdays. 
L. H. Steel-Brook, Sec. 



SOirS OF VETEBAirS. 

Fair Oaks Camp No. 15— Meets 1st and 
3d Tuesdays at <nvlc Auditorium. W. A. 
Finch, Commander. 

W. T. Sherman Camp No. 3 — Meets at 
Civic .-Vuditorium. F. U. Wolfrom, Com- 
mander; M. B. Este.s, Sec. 



FBATEBHAX OBSEB OF EAOIJES. 

San Francisco Aerie No. 5 — Meets every 
Friday evening at Eagles' Hall. G. F. 
Pohlmann, Sec. 



Golden Gate Aerie No. 61 — Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Eagles Hall, 273 
Golden Gate Av. B. F. Hanlon, Sec. 



THE FBATBBITAA BBOTKBBKOOD. 

Headquarters, 1112 Market. W. S. Hay- 
ward, District Mgr. 

Aurora No. 328 — Meets every Tuesday 
at 44 Page St. 

Mission No. 296 — Meets every Thursday 
at Excelsior Hall, Mission, bet. 19th and 
20th. 

San Francisco No. 69 — Meets every 
Thursday at 44 Page. 

ZHTEBKATIOirAX OBDEB OF OOOD 
TEBCF^ABS. 

San Francisco (American) — Meets Mon- 
day at 1254 Market. 

Breldabllk (Norwegian) — Meets Wed- 
nesday at 1256 Market. 

■Viking (Swedish) — Meets Sunday For- 
esters Hall, 172 Golden Gate Av. 

DAUGKTEBS OF I^ZBEBTT. 

A patriotic organization, fraternal and 
beneficial, semi-auxlllary to Junior Order 
United American Mechanics. 

California Council No. 1 — Meets in 
American Hall every Wednesday evening. 

Martha Washington Council No. 2 — 
Meets in American Hall every Monday. 

Pacific Council No. 8— Meets at 368 Fell 
every Wednesday. 

XmOHTS OF AMEBICA. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 1 — Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday evening at 172 Golden Gate 
Av. Max Wolmar, Sec. 



JUmOB OBDEB UirXTED AUEBICAIT 
MECHAHICS. 

State Council of California — C. W. 
Byrer, State Councilor, Los Angeles; M. 
G. McCllnton, State Sec, 340 Sansome. 
San Francisco. 

American Hall Association — Meets 3d 
Monday of each month at 3450, 20th. 

Abraham Lincoln Council No. 2 — Meets 
at 3450, 20th every Thursday evening. 

Starr King Council No. 6— Meets at 3460 
20th every Tuesday evening. 

U. S. Grant Council No. 19 — Meets at 
3450, 20th every Friday evening. 



OBAirs cx>Air akebxcait obseb or 

OLANSMEH. 

A benevolent, social and patriotic or- 
der for loyal white American men and 
women. Dr. Henry Waterhouse, Grand 
Director-General; Mrs. Millicent A. Ap- 
ter. Grand Secretary. Offlce of Grand 
Director-General, 1112 Market, San Fran- 
cisco. 

DA170HTEBS OF AKEBICA. 

A patriotic organization, fraternal and 
beneficial, semi-auxiliary to the Junior 
Order United American Mechanics, meets 
at 20th and Capp. 

Golden Gate Council No. 4— Meets every 
Thursday at American Hall. 



KNIO-HTS AMD ^ASIEB OF SECUBITT 

Golden Gate Council No. 17S8— 172 
Golden Gate Av.. Goldie Muiiter. I'^nan- 
Thursndy In each month at 72 Market. 
cier, 703 Market. 



ZHiaKTS OF COKITMBVS. 

San Francisco Council No. 615— Meets 
1st and 3d Tuesdays at 8 p. m., at 150 
Golden Gate Av. J. J. Whelan, Financial 

California Council No. 880— Meets 2d' 
and 4th Tuesdays at 1428 Golden Gate 
Av. D. F. Supple, Financial Sec. 



XmOBTS OF TEE GOltDEE EAO^LB. 

California Castle No. 1— Meets 1st 
Thinsilav in each inontli at 72 Market. 



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xmaKTS or tke ked bbahch. 

Meets every Wednesday at 1133 Mis- 
sion. 



KznasTs OF pttrias. 

Grand Lodge of California — H. Schaff- 
ner, G. K. of R. and S. Office, 704 Pa- 
cific Bldg. 

Subordinate Lodges In San Francisco: 

California Lodge No. 1 — Meets every 

Thursday at 1739 Fillmore. 

Golden Gate No. 3 — Meets every Thurs- 
day at 115 Valencia. 

Phoenix Lodge No. 4 — Meets every Mon- 
day at 424 Mason. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 45— Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday at Railroad and Newcomb 

Unity Lodge No. 61— Meets every 
Friday at 115 Valencia. 

Golden City Lodge No. 63— Meets every 
Friday at 115 Valencia. 

Verdi Lodge No. 68 — Meets every Mon- 
day at 1524 Powell. 

Bay City Lodge No. 117 — Meets every 
1st and 3d Wednesday at 149 Eddy. 

Golden West Lodge No. 145 — Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday at 115 Valencia. 

Roma Lodge No. 147 — Meets every 
Wednesday at 1524 Powell. 

Blue Star Lodge No. 339 — Meets every 
Wednesday at 115 Valencia. 

Jefferson Lodge No. 179— Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesday at 1524 Powell. 

Knights of Pythias Bureau Relief- 
Meets Sundays at 115 Valencia. 



JVOY-A]^ OBAVOE IirSTZTTTTIOn. 

Grand Secretary, Wm. H. Dundas, 
Meets on 3d Tuesdays in Druids Hall. 
3942, 17th. 

American L. O. L. No. 127— Meets 1st 
Tuesday at 44 Page. 

i.Ai>ix:s' JmO-zajm okaitoi: associa- 
tion. 

star of the West No. 120— Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursdays at 2174 Market. 

I^OTAI^ OHSES OF MOOSE. 

Organizing Department — 830 Market. 

San Francisco No. 26 — Meets every 
Wednesday at 111 Jones. 

Loyal Order of Moose Club Rooms — 
Cor. Golden Gate Av. and Jones. 



TKE MACCABEES. 

S. W. Hall, Great Commander, First 
National Bank Bldg., Oakland. 

San Francisco Tent No. 18— Meets ev- 
ery Friday evening at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 
D. B. Richards, Record-Keeper. 

Golden West Tent No. 58— Meets every 
Tuesday evening at Red Men's Hall. C. B. 
Classen Record-Keeper. 

Mission Tent No. 59— Meets every Mon- 
day evening at Red Men's Hall. 

Pacific Tent No. 64— Meets 1st and 3d 
Wednesdays at 44 Fage. 

Phenlx Tent — Meets every 2d and 4th 
Thursday evening at Foresters Hall, 172 
Golden Gate Av. 

Ladles of the Maccabees — San Fran- 
cisco Hive No. 8, K. O. T. M. Meets every 
Friday evening at 172 Golden Gate Av. 
Jessie M. Constant, Record-Keeper. 



UOSESN WOOSMXIT OF ASBEBICA. 

Goodfellowshlp Camp No. 9633— Meets 
every Monday evening in Druids Temple, 
44 Page. A. H. Johannsen, Clerk, 371 
18th Av. 

San Francisco Camp No. 9944— Meets 
every Thursday evening at 115 Valencia. 
W. T. Lansfleld, Clerk, 3711, 17th 

University Mound Camp No. 13952— 
Meets 1st and 3d Tuesday evenings at 
2570 San Bruno Av. L. D. Gowan, Clerk, 
136 Glrard. 



BlOTAIi REIOHBOBS OF AMEBXOA. 

(Auxiliary to the Modem Woodmen of 

San Francisco Camp No. 4860— Meets 
every 2d and 4th Thursday evening at 44 
Page. Violet Hawke, Recorder, 1970 Mc- 
Allister. 

Enrlght Camp No. 3642 — Meets every 
1st and 3d Monday evening at Druids 
Temple, 44 Page. C. B. Barbee, Recorder, 
3782, 16th. 

Fidelity Camp No. 5899— Meets the 2d 
Tuesday evening of every month at 2570 
San Bruno Av. Stella Gowan, Recorder, 
136 Glrard. 



ZTATIOlTAIi IVDIAZT 'WAS VETEKANS. 

Headquarters, Denver, Colorado. Ob- 
ject, social, patriotic and protective. 
Active membership confined to ex-Unlted 
States or State soldiers who served on 
our Western frontier In any campaign 
against hostile Indians between the years 
1865 and 1891 and who have an honorable 
discharge from the United States Army 
or State or Territorial military company 
and participated in the Indian campaigns 
In those years. Honorary membership Is 
only conferred for distinguished service 
to the organization. 

Local Camp No. 4— Meets the 1st Sun- 
day of each month at 2 p. m. at Veterans' 
Hall, The Auditorium. Sec, John H. 
Dolan, 726 Joost Av. 

XTATIONAi UinON ABSUSAJTCE 
SOCIETT. 

California State Headquarters, 216 Phe- 
lan Bldg. M. A. Lyons, Dlst. Mgr. 

California Council No. 530— Meets 1st 
and 3d Wednesdays of each month at 
National Union Hall, 414 Mason. H. L. 
Van Orden, Sec, 609 Howard. 

San Francisco Council No. 540 — Meets 
2d and 4th Thursday of each month In 
National Union Hall, 414 Mason. E. H. 
National Union Hall, 414 Mason. Hugh 
O'Neill, Sec, 369 Pine, 

Union Council No. 549— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesday of each month at National 
Union Hall, 414 Mason. J. B. Duckel, 
Sec, 2528 Sutter. 

Golden Gate Council No. 551 — Meets ^d 
and 4th Tuesday of each month at Na- 
tional Union Hall, 414 Mason. C. J. 
Swift, Sec, 1106 Market. 

Eldorado Council No. 581— Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesday of each month In Na- 
tional Union Hall, 414 Mason. H. Gold- 
berg, Sec, care of Emporium. 

El Capitan Council No. 997 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursday of each month In Na- 
tional Union Hall, 414 Mason. C. W. Al- 
lendorf, Sec, 162 Belvedere. 

Mission Council No. 1010— Meets 2d and 
4th Friday of each month In Mission Ma- 
socic Hall. 2668 Mission. R. E. Lively, 
Sec, 359 Prospect Av. 

ITATZVE SONS OF THE OOXiSEN 
WEST. 

WV. F. Toomey, Grand Pres., Fresno. 

Ofllce of the Grand Sec, Fred H. Jung, 
N. S. G. W. Bldg., 414 Mason. Order 
Instituted July 11, 1875. 

California Parlor No. 1— Meets every 
Thursday at 414 Mason. 

Pacific Parlor No. 10— Meets every 
Tuesday at 414 Mason. 

Golden Gate Parlor No. 29— Meets every 
Monday at 414 Mason. 

Mission Parlor No. 38— Meets every 
Wednesday at 414 Mason. 

San Francisco Parlor No. 49— Meets ev- 
ery Thursday at 414 Mason. 

El Dorado Parlor No. 52— Meets every 
Thursday at 414 Mason. 

Rlncon Parlor No. 72— Meets every 
Wednesday at 414 Mason. 



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Stanford Parlor No. 76 — Meets every 
Tuesday at 414 Mason. 

Terba Buena Parlor No. 84 — Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday at 414 Mason. 

Bay City Parlor No. 104— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at 414 Mason. 

Nlantlc Parlor No. 105— Meets every 
Wednesday at 414 Mason. 

National Parlor No. 118— Meets every 
Thursday at 414 Mason. 

Hesperian Parlor No. 137— Meets every 
Thursday at 414 Mason. 

Alcatraz Parlor No. 145— Meets every 
Thursday at 414 Mason. 

Alcalde Parlor No. 154— Meets every 
Wednesday at 414 Mason. 

South San Francisco Parlor No. 167 — 
Meets every Wednesday at Newcomb and 
Railroad Avs. 

Sequoia Parlor No. 160— Meets every 
Tuesday at 414 Mason. 

Precita Parlor No. 187— Meets every 
Thursday at 2668 Mission. 

Olympus Parlor No. 189 — Meets 2d and 
4th W^ednesdays at 414 Mason. 

Presidio Parlor No. 194— Meets every 
Monday at 2768 Octavia. 

Marshall Parlor No. 202— Meets every 
Wednesday at 414 Mason. 

Dolores Parlor N. 208 — Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at 414 Mason. 

Twin Peaks Parlor No. 214 — Meets ev- 
ery Wednesday at 4061, 24th. 

El Capitan Parlor No. 222 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Mondays at 414 Mason. 

Guadalupe Parlor No. 231 — Meets every 
Monday at 4551 Mission. 

Castro Parlor No. 232— Meets every 
Tuesday at 414 Mason. 

Balboa Parlor No. 234— Meets every 
Tuesday at 4th Ay. and Clement. 

•James Licit Parlor No. 242 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesdays at 414 Mason. 

NATm: DAXTOHTEBS OF THE 
OOIiSEir WEST 

Grand Parlor meets 2d Tuesday in June. 

There are twenty-seven parlors in San 
Francisco, as follows: 

Minerva Parlor No. 2 — Meets 1st and 3d 
Wednesday evenings at Native Sons' 
Hall. 

Alta Parlor No. 3 — Meets Saturday at 
Native Sons' Hall. 

Oro FMno Parlor No. 9 — Meets 1st and 
3d Thursday at Native Sons' Hall. 

Golden State Parlor No. 50— Meets 1st 
and 3d Wednesday at 3009, 16th. 

Orlnda Parlor No. 56— Meets 2d and 4th 
Friday at 149 Eddy. 

Fremont I'arlor No. 59 — Meets 1st and 
3d Tuesdays at Native Sons' Hall. 

Buena Vista Parlor No. 68— Meets 
Thursdays at Native Sons' Hall. 

Las Lomas Parlor No. 72 — Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesdays at 115 Valencia. 

Yosemlte Parlor No. 83 — Meets 1st and 
3d Tuesday at American Hall, 20th and 
Capp. 

La Estrella Parlor No. 89— Meets 2d 
and 4th Mondays at 414 Mason. 

Sans Souci Parlor No. 96 — Meets 2d and 
4 th Monday at N. S. G. W. Bldg. 

Calaveras Parlor No. 103— Meets 1st 
and 3d Tuesday at Native Sons' Hall. 

Darina Parlor No. 114 — Meets 1st and 
3d Monday at Native Sons' Hall. 

El Vespero Parlor No. 118— Meets "2d 
and 4th Tuesday at Masonic Hall, New- 
comb and Railroad Avs. 

La Palma Parlor No. 131 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursdays nt N. S. G. W. Hall. 

Genevieve Parlor No. 132 — Meets 2d and 
4th Thursday at Masonic Hall, Newcomb 
and Railroad Avs. 

Keith Parlor No. 137— Meets 2d and 4th 
Thursday at Native Sons' Hall. 

Gabrlelle Parlor No. 139— Meets 1st and 
3d Wednesday at Native Sons' Hall. 



Presidio Parlor No. 148 — Meets 2d and 
4th Tuesday at Native Sons' Hall. 

Guadalupe Parlor No. 163 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Tuesday at Guadalupe Hall, 4561 
Mission. 

Golden Gate Parlor No. 158 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Mondays at Native Sons' Hall. 

Linda Rosa Parlor No. 170 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Wednesday at K. of P. Hall, 115 
Valencia. 

Portola Parlor No. 172 — Meets 2d and 
4th Thursdays at Native Sons' Hall. 

San Francisco Parlor No. 174 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Tuesday at Native Sons' Hall. 

Castro Parlor No. 178— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesday at American Hall, 20th 
and Capp. 

Twin Peaks Parlor No. 185 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Friday at American Hall 



OBDEB OF KEBMAinrS SONS. 

Grand Lodge organized May 12. 1878. 

Office of the Grand Secretary. B. Fedde. 
955 Market. 

Executive Board meets 1st Friday of 
each month at California House. 

San Francisco Lodge No. 1 — Meets ev- 
ery Wednesday at California House. 

B. V. Bandel Lodge No. 3— Meets every 
Tuesday at 2460 Sutter. 

Eureka Lodge No. 6 — Meets every Fri- 
day at California House. 

Germanla Lodge No. 7— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesday at 3543, 18th. 

North Beach Lodge No. 9— Meets every 
Tuesday at 3543, 18th. 

Mission Lodge No. 10— Meets every 
Thursday at 3643, 18th. 

Edelmut Lodge No. 13 (Ladles)— Meets 
2d and 4th Tuesday at 3543, 18th. 

Elizabeth Lodge No. 14 (Ladles)— Meets 
1st and 3d Thursday at 3543. 18th. 

Martha Lodge No. 15 (Ladles)— Meets 
2d and 4th Monday at Newcomb and Rail- 
road Avs. 

Golden West Lodge No. 16 (Ladles)— 
Meets 2d and 4 th Wednesday at Arguello 
Blvd. and Clement. 

Pacific Lodge No. 29— Meets every 2d 
and 4 th Friday at Newcomb and Railroad 
Avs. 

Excelsior Lodge No. 36— Meets 1st and 
3d Tuesdav at 4651 Mission. 

Golden West Lodge No. 38— Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursday at Arguello Blvd. and 
Clement. 

Albrecht Duerer Lodge No. 42— Meets 
1st and 3d Tuesdays at California House. 

Hoffnung's Lodge No. 1 (Ladles)— 
Meets every Thursday at California 
House. 

Glueck Auf Lodge No. 22 (Ladies) — 
Meets 1st and 3d Fridays at California 
House. 

OBSEB OF SONS OF ST. aSOBOE. 

Grand Sec, Thomas Poyser, 157 Ney, 
San Francisco. 

Burnaby Lodge No. 194— Meets Satur- 
day at 414 Mason. P. C. Woodhouse, Sec, 
342 Howard. 

Pickwick Lodge No. 259— Meets Mon- 
day at 172 Golden Gate Av. Thomas 
Poyser, Sec. 

DAnOETEBS OF ST. OEOBaE. 

Britannia Lodge No. 7 — Meets every 
Monday at 44 Page. Mrs. R. Meadows, 
Secretary. 

BOTA& ABCAinriC. 

Argonaut Council No. 597— Meets 1st 
and 3d Mondays at 240 Golden Gate Av. 

Buena Vista Council No. 1604— Meets 
1st and 3d Thursdays at California House. 



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San Francisco Council No. 1622 — Meets 
1st and 3d Thursdays at California House. 

Golden West Council No. 1716 — Meets 
2d and 4th Thursday at 430 Mason. 

Royal Arcanum Relief Board — Gustavs 
Gunzendorfer, Chairman, 58 Sutter. 

socTBorr or cokoniak wabs. 

San Francisco Chapter — Fredk. S. 
Moody, Pres.; Clarence E. Heald, Sec, 
1215 Van Ness Av. 



SOHS OF THE AlCEBZCAIT KBVOXtU- 
TION. 

T. A. Perkins, Sec. and Registrar. 
Mills Bldg. 



THE TSIBE OF BEIT KUB. 

Mlzpah Court No. l^Meets every Fri- 
day evening at 2337 Mission. B. H. Lehn- 
Ing, Scribe, 2050 Union. 

THE XnrzTED AlfClEirT OKDEB OF 
DBUIDS. 

The Order Is perhaps the oldest. His- 
tory speaks of It as an Order of Priests 
and learned men among the ancient Celts 
— the race of people who left the parent 
hive In Asia at a very early period and 
settled In western Europe. For many 
centuries preceding the Christian era and 
at the time of the invasion of the Ro- 
mans, the Druids was the most promi- 
nent and powerful order; they presided 
over the religious celebrations, and were 
the Judges, legislators, philosophers, phy- 
sicians and Instructors of their people. 
The order first assumed Its present char- 
acter in England in the year 1771, and 
was introduced Into America in the year 
1830. It Is a moral, social and beneficial 
society. Its principles and teachings are 
derived from ancient Druldism and are 
founded on reason and sound morality; 
they do not conflict with any religious 
system and are perfectly compatible with 
the laws of any civilized country. In 
becoming Druids, members are still free 
men. It is a secret society simply for the 
protection against abuse of Its beneficial 
provisions. 

The order Is firmly established In all 
countries inhabited by the Caucasian 
race, and Is the only order that has an 
International Grand Lodge which meets 
in quinquennial session. 

Its objects are: To unite men (Irre- 
spective of nation, tongue or creed) for 
mutual protection, to cultivate social vir- 
tues, to encourage in business, to dssist 
in obtaining employment, to foster among 
Its members the spirit of fraternity and 
good fellowship, and by a well-regulated 
system of dues, provide for the relief of 
sick and destitute members, the burial of 
the dead, and the protection of widows 
and orphans. 

Grand Arch, C. P. Vicinl, Jackson; 
Deputy Grand Arch, Robert B. Ogilvie, 
San Francisco; Grand Secretary, C. A. 
Guglielmoni, San Francisco; Grand 
Treasurer, E. N. Cadenasso, San Fran- 
cisco; Grand Marshal, B. Braierd, Los 
Angeles; Grand Herald, J. Giacomini, 
San Francisco; Grand Guardian, C. C. 
Salmina, Salinas; Past Noble Grand 
Arch, Lee Wells. Pleasanton; Grand 
Trustees: G. Bebenedetti, Oakland; Pe- 
ter Ferrari, Eureka; S. P. Galvin, Los 
Bancs; Frank Guzman, San Francisco; 
R. J. Jeffrey, Stockton; Nels H. oJhnson, 
San Jose: Charles Camozzi, Bodega; 
Chapter Commander, J. J. Enos, San 
Francisco. 

Following is the list of Groves and 
Circles of the United Ancient Order of 
Druids In San Francisco: 

Aurora Grove No. 107 — Meets at 441 
Broadway every Tuesday. 

Alplnl Grove No. 108— Meets 441 Broad- 
way every Thursday. 



Columbia Grove No. 140 — Meets at Vet- 
erans' Hall every 1st and 3d Tuesday. 

Exposition Grove No. 223 — Meets at 
2760 Octavla every Wednesday. 

Galileo Grove No. 37— Meets at 1524 
Powell every Tuesday. 

Golden Star Grove No. 104— Meets at 
441 Broadway every Wednesday. 

Green Valley Grove — Meets In Guada- 
lupe Hall every Saturday. 

Golden Sun Grove No. 157 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple 1st and 3d Thursdays 

Hesperian Grove No. 15 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple every Tuesday. 

Helvetia Grove No. 151— Meets In 
Druids' Temple every 1st and 3d Friday. 

Laurel Grove No. 17 — Meets in Druids' 
Temple every 1st and 3d Thursday. 

Manzanita Grove No. 106— Meets In 
Druids' Temple 2d and 4th Wednesdays. 

Monteverde Grove No. 128 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple every Wednesday. 

McKinley Grove No. 132— Meets In 
Druids' Temple 2d and 4th Wednesdays. 

North End Grove No. 141 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple Ist and 3d Tuesdays. 

Old Friends Grove No. 139— Meets In 
Druids' Temple every Thursday. 

Perseverance Grove No. 10 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple every Tuesday. 

San Francisco Grove No. 3 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple 1st and 3d Thursdays. 

Templar Grove No. 19— Meets at 2174 
Market 1st and 3d Mondays. 

Vasco da Gama Grove No. 43 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple 1st and 3d Mondays. 

Volta Grove No. 88— Meets at 1524 Pow- 
ell every Friday. 

The Grand Circle. 

Mary Valente, Grand Arch Druidess; 
Marv Becker, Grand First Bard; Eliza- 
beth Berry, Grand Second Bard; Pearl 
Mickey, Grand Conductoress; Ida Wheel- 
er, Grand Secretary: Eleanor Hellman, 
Grand Treasurer; Dolly Bowman. Grand 
Guardian; Grace Galli, Grand Chaplain; 
Carrie Closson, Lillian Badgley. Marie 
Kohlsdorfer. Grand Auditors. 

Boadicea Circle No. 3— Meets In Druids' 
Temple every Tuesday. 

Columbia Circle No. 22— Meets In 
Druids' Temple 2d and 4th Thursdays. 

Green Valley Circle No. 73 — Meets at 
45.^1 Mission 2d and 4th Fridays. 

Golden Gate Circle No. 11— Meets In 
Druids' Temple 2d and 4th Thursdays. 

Hesperian Circle No. 20— Meets In 
Druids' Temple 2d and 4th Wednesdays. 

Laurel Circle No. 24 — Meets In Druids' 
Temple 2d and 4th Fridays. 

Germanla Circle No. 35— Meets In 
Druids' Temple 1st and 3d Wednesdays. 

Manzanita Circle No. 45 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple 2d and 4th Mondays. 

Phoenix Circle No. 46 — Meets In Druids' 
Temple 2d and 4th Tuesdays. 

Perseverance Circle No. 72 — Meets In 
Druids' Temple every Wednesday. 

Portola Circle No. 78— Meets at 2438 
San Bruno Av. every Wednesday. 

Ramona Circle No. 77 — Meets In Druids' 
Temple 1st and 3d Thursdays. 

Begina Margherlta Circle No. 47 — Meets 
at 1524 Powell 1st and 3d Thursdays. 

California Chapter No. 6— Meets In 
Druids' Temple last Saturday of month. 

Elvln Chapter No. 4 — Meets at 441 
Broadway. 

Roosevelt Chapter No. 9 — Meets at 441 
Broadway 2d Monday. 

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Phelps Squadron No. 12, U. S. V. N.— 
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Peter F. GUroy, Deputy Head Consul for 
Pacific Coast. 

Golden Gate Camp No. 64 — Meets every 
Monday at I. O. O. F. Bldg. 

Redwood Camp No. 91 — Meets every 
Thursday at B'nal B'rlth Bldg.. 149 Eddy. 

Mission Camp No. 264 — Meets every 
Wednesday at 172 Golden Gate Av. 

Western Addition Camp No. 306 — Meets 
every Tuesday at 115 Valencia. 

Tamalpais Camp No. 427 — Meets every 
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San Francisco Camp No. 437 — Meets ev- 
ery Tuesday at 2628 Mission. 

Richmond Camp No. 470 — Meets every 
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and Clement. 

California Camp No. 634 — Meets every 
Thursday at 44 Page. 

Applewood Camp No. 696 — Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at 44 Page. 

Haven Camp No. 740 — Meets every 
Wednesday at Druids' Hall, 44 Page. 

Pathfinder Camp No. 750— Meets every 
Thursday at 4551 Mission. 

Falkenburg Camp No. 787 — Meets 
every Thursday at 115 Valencia. 

Fernleaf Camp No. 808 — Meets every 
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Redwood Circle No. 72 — Meets every 
Tuesday at 60 Oak. 

California Circle No. 178 — Meets every 
Monday at 44 Page. 



Golden Gate Circle No. 355 — Meets ev- 
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San Francisco Circle No. 490 — Meets 
Ist and 3d Wednesday at Excelsior Hall. 

Pathfinder Circle No. 596— Meets 1st 
and 3d Wednesday at 4551 Mission. 

Fernleaf Circle No. 659 — Meets 1st and 
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Pioneer Council No. 1 — Meets 2d and 
4th Thursdays at 50 Oak. 

Mission Council No. 3 — Meets 1st and 
3d Tuesdays at 60 Oak. 

Washington Council No. 4 — Meets 1st 
and 3d Thursdays at 50 Oak. 

Golden Gate Council No. 34 — Meets 2d 
and 4th Fridays at 50 Oak. 

Ignatlan Council No. 35— Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays at 50 Oak. 

Phil Sheridan Council No. 72— Meets 2d 
and 4 th Wednesdays at 50 Oak. 

Potrero Council No. 74 — Meets 1st and 
3d Thursdays at 50 Oak. 

Strossmayer Council No. 460 — Meets 
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EXPLANATIONS 

According to the method adopted in this city for numbering buildings, Market Street is the starting point for number! 
OQ all streets running from it in a northerly, eoutherly or westerly direction, and the water front for all streets running 
therefrom in a westerly or southwesterly direction. The numbers on all streets not commencing at Market Street or the 
water front run in conformity with the numbers of the main streets running parallel with them, except in the case of a few 
■treeta which arc numbered in an irregular manner. 

On all streets between the water front and Central Avenue the even numbers are on the right-hand side, and the odd 
numbers on the left, starting from the point of beginning. Beyond Central Avenue most of the streets have been numbered 
in a contrary manner. One hundred numbers, or as many thereof as are necessary, are allotted to each block bounded 
by main streets; for instance, Montgomer>' Street commences at Market, and the main streets crossing as you proceed 
north are Sutter, Bush, Pine, etc. Therefore any numbers between 1 and 100 will be found on the right or left-hand side 
of the street between Market and Sutter, between 100 and 200 from Sutter to Bush, between 200 and 300 from Bush to Pine. 

In the streets which are numbered, a dash ( ) indicates that Uie cross street does not extend to that side; (o), the 

street borders on the bay, or public park, cemetery, etc., consequently there are no buildings on blocks thus designated; 
(c), the street is not opened through the block, or is interrupted in its course at that point by a public square, cemetery, 
•to.; (e), end of street. 

Abbrktiatiomb. — N, north; E, cast; S, south; W, west; Av, avenue; bet, between; nr, near; a, side. 

STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 



A (now Ania) 

A South (now Alvord) 

Abbey, from N 8 Seventeenth bet 

Dolores and Church 
Abardwn (closed), W of San Bruno Av 

nr County Line 
AMdtmy, from Fairmount nr Chenery. 

3 to Charles 
Actdlft (Sunnyside), from Circular Av 
nr San Jese Av N to pt nr Mangels 
At 
Acmt Alley, from Seward nr Douglass, 

S W to Grand View Av 
Acorn Alloy, from W s Leavenworth bet 

California and Sacramento 
Aeton (West End Homestead), from 

Mission nr County Line 
Ada Alley (now Amity Alley), from Ada 

Court nrO'Farrell 
Ada Court, from N s 0' Farrell bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 
Adair, from W a Howard bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth W to Capp 
Adallne (Glen Park Terrace) from 

Diamond S E to Moreland 
Adam (Bemal Heights), from Army 
bet San Bruno Av and Holladay 
Av, S to Eve 
Addiion, from Bemis W to Castro 
Ada Alley, from N s Jackson bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Adela, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Adalaida Place, from W s Taylor bet 

Geary and Post 
Adlar, from E s CTolumbus Av bet 
Pacific and Broadway, W to 
Grant Av 
Agate Alley, from N s Post bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Ahler'i Court, S s Filbert bet Buchanan 

and Webster 
Ailaan. otf Larkln nr O'Farrell 
AiUan Avenue (now Street), from N e 
Fifteenth bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Alabama, from Division bet Florida 
and Harrison S to Esmeralda Av 
Crow SU. W. E. 

Division 2 1 

Al&meda 100 101 

FiftMnth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 500 fiOl 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty^cond 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 



Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-sixth 1400 1401 

Arrov 1500 1601 

Precita Avenue 1600 1601 

Montcalm 1701 

Norwich 1700 

Rutledge 

Ripley 1800 1801 

Waltham 

Esmeralda Avenue (e) (e) 

Aladdin Terrace, from E i Taylor bet 

Union and FUbert 
Alameda, from the bay W to Harrison 
Alamo Square, bet Steiner, Scott, Hayes 

and Fulton 
Alatka (South S. F.). from the bay S to 

India Basin 
Alatka Place, from W s Mason bet Bay 

and North Point 
Albany, from Flint W to Masonic Av 
Albert (closed), W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
Albert Alley (now Alert Alley) 
Altjert* (Reia Tract) between Ervine 
and Severance from Campbell Av 
N to Wilde 
Albion, from S s Fifteenth bet Valencia 

and Guerrero, S to Seventeenth 
Alcatraz (late Chase), from Islais Creek 

S to Hecker 
Alder (Reis Tract), from Ankeny 8 to 

Harkness Av 
Alder Alley, (now Ames) 
Aldlne (now Golden Gate Av), from 
North Stan van bet Turk and 
McAllister, to Willard North 
Aldrlch Alley, from W a New Mont- 
gomery bet Jessie and Mission W 
to Annie 
Altmany Avenue (Academv Tract), N 
W of Mission, from Tingley S W 
Alert Alley, from W s Dolores bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Alexander Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 
Tract) from San Bruno Av E and 
N E to Nueva Av 
Alger Place, from E s First bet Harrison 

and Bryant 
Algeria (South S. F.). See Eighteenth 

Av South 
Alice, from S s Folsom bet Third and 

Fourth 
Alleghany (South S. F.). See Arthur Av 
Allen. W 8 Hyde bet Union and 

Filbert 
Allison, from Mission nr (bounty Line 
Allston Way. ^Forest Hill) from Portola 
Drive to Grafton Way. 



Alma, from Belvedere nr Grattan, 

W to SUnyan 
Almouth, from S s Folsom bet Fifth 

and Sixth to Harrison 
Alms House Road, from Corbett Av nr 

Stanford Heights Av. N W to 

Dewey Boulevard opposite Alms 

House 
Alpha (Reis Tract) west of San Bruno, 

north to Wilcle 
Alpine Tarraca, from S s Waller bet Di- 

visadero and Buena Vista .\ve S to 

Fourteenth 
Alta, from W s Sansome bet Union and 

Filbert to point W of Montgomery 
AlU Alley (now Acme), Seward nr 

Douglass, S W to Grand View Av 
Alta Plaza, bet Steiner, Scott. Qay and 

Jackson 
Alta VItU, from N s Vallejo bet Mason 

and Tavlor 
Altamont. (now Twin Peaks blvd), 

from junction Lincoln and St. 

Avs S Germain 
Alton Av (Forest Hill Court) from Ninth 

Av to Castenada Av 
Alvarado, from W s San Jose Av bet 

Twenty-second and Twenty-third, 

W to (irand View Av 
Crow Stt. N. 8. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero (c) f c) 

Dolores (c) (cl 

Church (c) (c) 

Sanchei 400 401 

Noe 500 601 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond (c) (c) 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

Grand View Avenue (e) (e) 

Alviso (Iniileaide). off Holloway Av N 

to Urbaoo Drive, bet Ralston and 

Monticello 
Alvord, from Evaiu Ar S W to County 

Line 
Amador (South S. P.), from the bay.S 

of Islais to Arthur Av 
Amazon Avenue( Excelsior Homestead), 

from Mission or County Line 
Ames, from S s Twenty-first bet Guer- 
rero and Fair Oalu. S to Twenty- 
third 
Amherst (University Homestead), from 

S B Silver Av bet Princeton and 

Yale 
Amity Alley, from Ada Court nr O'Far- 

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Andtrton (BeniAl Heights), from S s 
Gimeraldft At bet EUswortb «nd 
Houltrit 
Antfever (Benul Heights), from S f 

EminldA At W of Moultrie 
Andrew, off Sao Bruoo Av near Anny 

S \V 
Angelica, from S Nioeteenth bet Valen- 
cia and Guerrero 
Ankeny (Reii Tract) from Cowden E 

to Sparta 
Ankeny Place (now Anton) 
Anna Una (now Glasgow), N e Eddy 
bet Powell and Uaaon. N to Ellis 
Annis. from S s Market bet New Mont- 
gomery and Third, S E to Mission 
Anton E 8 Powell bet Sutter and Bush 
Anthony, from point nr Jessie bet 
Ecker and Second, 8 E to Mission 
Anton, off Geary from Josephine to 

Presidio Av 
Antonio, from W s Jones bet EUis and 

O'FarreU 
Anza, from Arguello Bird bet (jeary 
and Balboa, W to ocean. For Nos. 
see Clement 
Apollo (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

At S to Williams At 
Appleton Avsnus, from Mission S of 
OirtUnd At, S E to Holly Park 
Circle 
Arago, N W of San Joee A v from Pauld- 
ing, S W to HaTelock 
Arbor (Fairmount Tract), from Dia- 
mond to Sussex 
Arch (City Land Aseociation Tract), W 

of San Jose At nr Ounty Line 
Argsnt Alley, from Grand View At N 
of Twenty third, W to (^rbett At 
Argsntlnc (South S. F.). See Sampson 
Arguello Boulevard, from Presidio Res- 
ervation 8 to Parnassus At. For 
Nob. see Nioeteenth Ay 
Arizona (South S. F.), from the bay, 

S to India Basin 
Arkantai, from Sixteenth bet Connec- 
ticut and Wisconsin, 8 to Tulare 
Arista Avsnus (Reis Tract) bet Teddy 
and Raymond Ats, from San 
Bruno At, W to Fay 
Arlington (Fairmount Tract), from 
Charles bet Mission and Cbenery, 
8 W to pt W of Natick 
Arlington Avenue now Asbton Av 
Armstrong Avenue, from Water Front, 

N W to Wlllisms At 
Army, from the bay 8 of Twenty-sixth, 

W to Fowler At 
CroK Stt. N. 8. 

Wyoming — — 

Ohio 2 1 

Virginia 100 101 

New York 200 201 

Massachusetts 300 301 

Delaware 400 401 

Maryland 500 501 

Louisiana 600 601 

Georgia 700 701 

Michigan 800 801 

niinois 800 901 

Kentucky 1000 1001 

Tennessee 1100 1101 

Minnesota 1200 1201 

Indiana 180O 1301 

Iowa 1400 1401 

PeonsylTania 1500 1501 

Mississippi 1600 1601 

Texas 1700 1701 

Missouri 1800 1801 

Connecticut ItOO 1801 

Arkansas 2000 2001 

Wisconsin 2100 2101 

CaroUna 2200 2201 

DeHaro 2S0O 2301 

Rhode Island 2400 2401 

Kansas 2500 2501 

Vermont 2600 2601 

San Bruno Avenue 2700 2701 

Adam. 

Army 8t North 

Hoi laday Avenue 2801 

York 2900 

Precita Avenue 2901 

Bryant 

Florida KOO SOOl 

Alabama 

.3100 3101 



HO 601 



Folaom 1200 1201 

Shotwell 

Mianon HOG MOl 

Bartlett 

Valencia 1600 ISOl 

San Joee ATsnae 1600 MOl 

Guerrero JTOO TOl 

Dolores 1800 1801 

Church »00 aOOl 

Sanchei 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4MI 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Hoffman Avenue 4500 4601 

Bellevue 4600 4601 

Burnett Avenue. . .4700 4701 

Twin Peaks " ...4800 4801 

Kcnyon " ...4900 4B01 

Stanford Heights " ...6000 6001 
Fowler " ... (e) (e) 

Army Street North (now Andrew) 
Artsniui. E of San Bruno At nr Idals 

Creek 
Arthur Avsnus. from Water Front N 

W to Islais Creek 
Aih Avenue (now Street), from W s 
Larkin bet Fulton and McAllister 
W to Buchanan 
Crau SU. N. B. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Aventie 200 201 

Franklin. 
Gough . . . 
Octa-ia . . 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Athburton Place, from E s Grant At 

bet Post and Sutter 
Aihbury. from Fulton bet Masonic At 

and Clayton, 8 to Corbett At 
Crow SU. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

FeU (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 600 601 

Height 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Piedmont (o) 

Congress ^— (e) 

Sixteenth 1000 1001 

Clayton (e) 

fUhbsry Terrace from opp Upper Ter. 

west bet Masonic Av and Clifford 

Athton Avenue (Lake View), from 

Lake View At W of Jules At, N 

toOican At 

Alter. Wof San Bruno Avar County Line 

Atalaya Terrace off Fulton nr Masonic 

Av 
Alliens (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Madison to Amason 
Atlai, from Octaria bet Franclsoo and 

Bay to Laguna 
Auburn, from N s Jackson bet Mason 

and Taylor, N to Pacific 
Auguit Allsy, from N a Green bet 

Powell and Mason, N to Union 
Auguit*. from E i San Bruno At or 

Silver At 
Austin Avsnus (now Street), from W i 
Larkin bet Butb and Fine. W to 
Octavia 
Cress Sis. N. 8. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness ATuae 200 201 

Franklin 300 101 

Gough 400 401 

OctaTia (e) (e) 

Automobile Boulswd, from Ocean Av 

S nr Ingleside Race Track 
Avalon Avsnus. formerly Japan At 
(Excelsior Homestead) from Lis- 
bon bet C^ioa and Peru Ats 
Avery, from N s Geary bet Fillmot« 

and Steiner. N to Post 
AvoM. from Burnett At bet Thirty- 
first and Thirty-aecond 
Aieras (South 8. F.). See Twenty- 
ninth At South 
Artec (Bernal Heights), from Otsn At 



Buhs (Bernal Heights), from 8 a Om- 

eent At bet Andover and Porter 

iuon (UniTenity Homestead), from 

La Grande At E to Cambridge and 

from UniTeraity to San Bruno At 

bet Waylaod and Burrows 

Bm«r Place (now Quincy) 

Bcdan. from Circular At W to point 

or Mangels At 
Btdgar (Sprint Valley Homestead), 
from Sphngdale W of Lamartine 
Baglsy Place (now Savings Union 

PUce) 
Bthtmt (South 8. F.). See Eighth 

At South 
Baksr.-from N s Haight bet Broderick 

and Lyon, N to the bay 
Ct—SU. E. W. 

Haight 2 1 

Pan 100 101 

OA 200 (0) 

Fdl 300 101 

Hsyaa 400 401 

OroTO 500 601 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 700 701 

(Golden Gate ATenue. .. . 800 EOl 

Turk (c) (c) 

OlTary Cemetery 

Oeary 1300 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine 1700 1701 

CWifomia 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 1901 

Qay 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific ATCnue 2300 2301 

Broadway 2400 2401 

Vallejo 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

Union 2700 2701 

Filbert 2800 2801 

Miley 

Greenwich 2900 2901 

Lombard 3000 3001 

Chestnut 3100 3101 

Francisco 3200 3201 

Bay 3300 3301 

NorthPoint 3400 3401 

Beach 3500 3501 

Jefferson 3600 3601 

Tonquin 3700 3701 

Lewis 3800 3801 

Baker Avenue (now Barton. South 

8. F.) 
Balance, from N s Jackson bet Sansoma 

and Montgomery, N to Gold 
Balboa, from Arguello Blvd S of Ansa 
W to the ocean. For Nos. see 
Clement 
Balboa Square. W of Sao Jose Av from 

Havelock to Ocean Av 
Baldwin Court, from N a Folaom bet 

Fremont and First 
Balmy, from S s Twenty-fourth bet 
Harrison and Treat At. S to 
Twenty-fifth 
Bancroft Avenue, from Water Front. 

N W to Thornton At 
BankI (Bernal Heights), from Esmer- 
alda At bet Prentiss and Folsom 
Bannam Place, from N s Green bet 
Grant Av and Stockton. N to 
Union 
Barbadoei (South 8. F.). See Thirty- 
ninth At South 
Barneveld Avenue (late Railroad At). 
from Islais Creek S to SiUer At 
Barry (now Campbell Av) 
Barltaw. from Sixth bet Daggett and 

Yuma 
Bartlett, from S s Twenty-first bet 
Mission and Valencia, 8 to Army 
Cress SU. W. E. 

Twenty.first 2 1 

Twenty-seeond 100 101 

Twenty-third 200 201 

Twenty-fourth 300 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twenty-eixth 500 601 

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Bwtol, from Broadwsy bet Sansomt 
IB tnd HoDtfomery, to point N of 
■• VaHejo 

Birton (South S. F.), E of San Bruno 

' Av nr lelais Creek 
■ittery, from N ■ Market bet Front and 
|r) Sansome. N to the bay 

Ctmi SU. E. W. 

Harket and Baih 2 1 

Pbe 100 101 

California 200 201 

HaUeck 

Sacramento 300 301 

Commercial 

CUy 400 401 

Merchant 

Wadiiniton SOO 601 

Ongcm 

Jaokion 600 601 

Pacific 700 701 

Bnadvay 800 801 

Vallejo 900 901 

Green 1000 1001 

Gommeree 

Union 1100 1101 

Filbert 1200 1201 

Greenwich 1300 1801 

Lombard and The Em- 

barcadero (e) (e) 

Bauer (Academy Tract), from N W • 

MiBfdon nr Norton 
Bay, from the bay bet Francisco and 

North Point, W to Preridio Reser- 
vation 

Cross Sis. N. S. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Kearny SO 61 

Onnt Avenue 100 101 

Midway 

Stockton 200 201 

PoweU 300 301 

Uaaon 400 401 

Taylor 600 501 

Jonee 600 601 

Columbus Avenue 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Neae Avenue (o) 1101 

Franklin (o) 1201 

Cough (o) 1301 

Octavia (o) 1401 

Laguna IWO (o) 

Buchanan 1600 (o) 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Steiner 1900 1901 

Pierce 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Diviaadert) 2200 2201 

Broderick 230O 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Bay Shore Avanua (Bay Shore Tract) 
from point nr San Bruno Av to 
point nr County Line 
Bay View (late Parnassus At), from 
W s Railroad Av at Revere Av 
Bay Vlev» Place (now Black Place) 
Beach, from the bay bet North Point 
and Jefferson, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 
Cnu Sit. N. 8. 
Grant Av and The Em- 
barcadero 2 1 

Stockton 100 101 

Powell 200 201 

Mason 300 301 

Taylor 400 401 

Jones 500 601 

Leavenworth 600 601 

C>)lumbu3 Avenue 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Nesa Avenue (c) (c) 

Government Reservation 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1601 

Webster 1600 1601 

Fillmore 1700 1701 

Steiner 1800 1801 

Pierce 1900 1901 

Scott 2000 2001 

Diviiwdero 2100 2101 



Broderick 2200 2201 

Baker 2300 2301 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Beacon (Fairmount Tract), from Cutn 

S of Thirtieth 
Beale, from S s Market bet Main and 

Fremont, S E to the bay 
CroM Sl$. W. E. 

Market 2 



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Howard 200 

Folsom 300 301 

Beale Place 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 600 (o) 

Branoan 

The Embarcadero (e) (e) 

Beale Place, from E s Beale bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Beaver, from W s Noe bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth, N W to Fifteenth 
Beckett, from N s Jackson bet Kearny 

and Grant Av, N to Pacific 
Bedford Place, from N s Jackson bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Bsldeman, from N s EUis bet Scott and 

Divisadero. N to O'Farrell 
Belcher, from S s Duboce Av bet 

(Aurch and Sanchei, S to Four- 
teenth 
Belcher Court (now Boynton Ct) 
Beldsn, from N s Bush bet Montgomery 

and Kearny, N to Pine 
Belgrave Avenue (Clarendon Heighte), 

from Burnett Av N of (^arendon 

At, W to Stanyan 
Bslknap Plies, from N a Sutter be La- 
guna and Buchanan 
Bellair Place, from N s Chestnut bet 

Grant Avenue and Stockton, N to 

Francisco 
Belle Avenue, off Code nr County Line 
Bellavue, (now Burham) 
Bellevue Avenue, S E of Mission near 

County Line 
Belmont Avenue, from Edgewood Av 

to WiUsrd S E 
Belmont Place, from E a Seventh bet 

Bryant and Brannan 
Belvedere, from S s Haight bet (3avton 

and Cole. S to Frederick and from 

Parnassus Av, 3 to Carmel 
Bemli (Fairmount Tract), from Beacon 

to Castro 
Bennett, from Octavia to Laguna bet 

Francisco and Bay 
Bennington (Bernal Heights), from 

junction Bocana Av and Eugenia 

Av, S to Hishlaod Av 
Benton Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 

W s Andover S of Crescent Av 
Benton, now Bennett 
Bergin Alley, from W a Hyde bet Bay 

and North Point 
Berkeley (Glen Park Temce), from 

Arbor S E to Diamond 
Berkeley Avenue (now Treat Av) 
Berkshire (now Bosworth) 
Berlin (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av bet Girard and Goet- 

tingen S now Brussels 
Bermuda (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
fourth Av South 
Bernal (now Shotwell). from Twenty- 

■ixth nr Howard, 8 to Precita Av 
Bwnal Avenue (Bernal Heights), from 

Cktso Av nr (k)leridge Av, E to 

Shotwell 
Bernard, from W s Taylor bet Pacific 

and Broadway, W to Leavenworth 
Croit Sit. N. S. 

Taylor 2 1 

Jonee 100 101 

Leavenworth (e) (e) 

Bernlce, from S s Twelfth bet Folsom 

and Harrison, S W to Thirteenth 
Berry, from the bay bet King and 

Channel. S W to De Haro 
Crm Sit. N. S. 

The Embarcadero • • 

Second 2 1 

Third 100 101 

Fourth 200 201 

Fifth 300 801 

Sixth 400 401 



Seventh 600 601 

Division 

DeHaro (e) (e) 

Barry Pe (now Harlan Fl.j, from W a 

Mary Lane bet Sutter and Buah 
Bertita, W s Mission off Mohawk Av 

N one block 
Berwick Place, from point nr Heron 

bet Seventh and Eighth, S E to 

Harrison 
Beuie Avenue (now street), eitenaioo 

of Precita Av from Folsom W to 

MoDteiuma 
Beta (now Rutland). (Reis Tract) from 

Leiaod Av N to Harkneee Av 
Beulah, from Cole bet Waller and 

Frederick W to Stonyan 
Beyarly. from HoUoway Av N to Sar- 
gent nr Mooticello 
BIgslew, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
BIggt, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Bllllngi Plies (now Napier Al) 
Birch Avenui (now street), from W s 

Larkin bet Grove and Fulton, W 
Cross SU. N. 8. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough U U 

Octavia 600 501 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Bird Avanue (now street), E from 

Dearborn bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth 
Bishop, from Harkness Av N to Ankeny 
Bismarck, W from San Jose Av to De 

Long Av nr County Line 
Bbcbes. See Byxbee 
Bixby, from Holloway Ave N bet Moo- 
ticello and Ralston 
Black Plica, from N s Union t>et Jones 

and Leavenworth 
Blackttona, from Franklin bet Green- 
wich and Lombard 
Blaine (Bernal Height!, now Euge nia 

Av), from Prentiss nr (^rtland^Av 
Blair, from Grand View Av and A me 

N to Stanton 
Bllka (late Ferrie), from Laurel Bill 

Cemetery bet (^Uins and (jook, B 

to St Rose's 
Blanche Alley (now street), from point 

N of Twenty-third bet Vickeburg 

and Sanches, S to Elisabeth 
Bluxeme, from First to Japan and W i 

Fourth bet Brannan and Town- 
send, to Sixth 
Boalt from Cust«r to 0)unty L^ne 
Boardman Place, from Ss Bry ant bet 

Sixth and Seventh, S E to Brannan 
Bscani (Bernal Heights), fromCosD Av, 

8 W to Holly Park 
Bolts (Bernal Heighta, now Peralta 

Av), from S s Powhattan nr HoUa- 

day Av 
Bolivia (South S. F.). See Forty-ninth 

Av South 
Bond (now Plum) 
Band Alley (now Brand Alley) 
Bone Alley. See Green Place. 
Bonlta, from W a Polk bet Vallejo and 

Green 
Bonview (Bernal Heighte), from Coso 

Av bet Elsie and Bocana S W to 

Cortland Av 
Borico (Ineleside), bet Urbaoo Drive 

nr Holloway Av 
Boston Place, from E s First bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Boiworth, from W s Mission 8 of 

Oescent Av 
Bourbin Place (now street), frem N s 

Eddy bet Sterner and Pierce, N to 

ElUs 
Bourbon (now Bristol) 
Bourne, E of San Bruno Av nr lalaii 

Creek 
Boutwell (South S. F.), from Islais 

Creek. S to Augusta 
Bow (Eeis Tract), from Cambridge, N 

toHoyt 
Bowdoln (University Homestead), from 

S B Silver Av W of Hamilton 




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Bowta Avwiu* (now Killing) 
BowiM Plac* (now TonninffBen FUoe), 
Beye*. from Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 
Cook tnd Pvker At. S to 8t 
Rose's 
Boyd, from Cbesley bet Hutuod and 

Bryant 
Boyliten, from S s Rickard W of Mer- 
rill to surer At 
Boynton Court from S s Fourteenth bet 

Church and Sanchez 
Bradford (Bmal Heiihti), from Es- 
meralda At E of Carrer, S to 
Crescent At 
Bradley Court (off Br>'ant). bet Stirling 

and Rincon PI 
Brady, from S s Market bet Twelfth and 

Valencia. S E to Otie 
Brady Placa. See Rockland 
Brannan, from the bay bet Bryant and 

Townsend, 8 W to Potrero At 
Cnti SU. N. 8. 

The Embarcadex9 

Beale 2 1 

Fremont 100 101 

First 200 201 

DoTer 

Japan 

Second 100 101 

Stanford 

Center Placo 

Third 400 401 

Riteh 

Zoe 

Fourth BOO tOl 

Fifth <M0 Ml 

Sixth 700 701 

Harriet 

Luieme — — 

Boardman Plaee 

Butte Pboe 

Gilbert 

SoTeath 800 101 

Lanfton 

Eighth 900 901 

Ninth 1000 1001 

Dore 

Potr«M At (e) (•) 

Brant Alley, from S e Greenwich bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Brannan Place (now Butte PI) 
Brazil Avenue (Excelsior Homeetead), 

from Hisaon 8 of China At 
Breen Place. N from McAllister bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Brenham Place, from N a Oar bet 
Kearny and Orast At, N to 
Washington 
Brewster (Bemal Heifhte), from Isabel 

8 W to Esmeralda At 
Brice Terrace, from W s Bryant bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-first 
Bridge Place, from S e Broadway bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Bright (City Land Aeeociation Traot> 
W ol San Jose Av nr County Line 
Brighton Avenue (Lake View), from 

Lake View Av N to Ocean Av 
Briltol, E of San Bruno Av nr Precita 

Creek 
Brttton, W ol San Bruno At ni County 

Line 
Broad (Railroad Homestead), W of San 

Joae Av nr County Line 
Broad't Place, from H s Bush bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Broadway, from the bay bet Pacific and 
Vallejo, W to Prendio Reservation 
Crou SU. N. 8. 

The Embaroadero 2 1 

Davia 

Front 100 101 

Battery MO 201 

SteTene Alley 

Sanaome 300 Ml 

Osgood Place 

Bartol 

Mont<omery 400 401 

Rowland 

Kearny 600 Ml 

Pinckney Place 

Columbus Avooue 

Orast Avenue fiOO tOI 

Pelton Plar« 

Duncan's (>ourt 

Stockton 700 701 

Cordelia 



STREET AND AVENUE GUISE 

Churchill 

Powell 800 801 

Wavne Place 

Mason 900 901 

Salmon 

Himraclmann Place 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Jones 1100 1101 

Leavenworth 1200 1201 

CNtus Place 

Bridge Place 

Hyde 1300 1301 

Morrell Place 

Larkin 1400 1401 

Polk 1800 1601 

Van Neaa Avenue 1600 IWl 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Cough 1800 1801 

OcUvia 1900 1901 

Uguna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webet«r 2200 2201 

FUlmore 2300 2301 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2800 2601 

Scott 2600 2601 

Divieadero 2700 2701 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Broderick, from N s Waller bet Div- 

iiadcTo and Bak«, N to the bay 

Creia SU. E. W. 

Waller 2 

Haight 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak 300 301 

Fell 400 401 

Hayea 600 601 

Grove 600 601 

Fulton 700 701 

HcAUistor 800 801 

OoldenGate Avean*.... 900 901 

Turk 1000 1001 

Eddy 1100 1101 

Qlia 1200 1201 

O'FarreU 1300 1301 

Geary 1400 1401 

Garden 

Poet 1600 1601 

Sutter 1600 1601 

Bueh 1700 1701 

Pme 1800 1801 

California 1900 1901 

Sacramento 2000 20O1 

Clay 2100 2101 

Washington 2200 2201 

Jackson 2300 2301 

Pacific ATenoe 2400 2401 

Broadway 2800 2801 

VaUejo 2600 2601 

Green 2700 2701 

Union 2800 2801 

FUbert 2900 2901 

Greenwich 3000 3001 

Lombard 3100 8101 

CSieetnut 8200 3201 

Franciaco 8300 3301 

Bay 3400 3401 

NorthPoint 3800 3601 

Beach 3600 3601 

JeCFerson 3700 3701 

Tonquin 3800 3801 

LewU 3900 3901 

Bromley Place, from E s Webster bet 
Jackson and Pacific At 

Brompton Avenje. from point nr Boa- 
worth S to point nr Mangels At 

Brenta (Bemal Heights), from S a 

Ortland At bet Bradford and 
Putnam 

Brook, from W a Mission nr Cortland At 

Brooklyn Plaee, from S s Sacramento 
bet Grant Av and Stockton 

Bfoenan, from W s Valencia bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth, W to 
Guerrero 

Brown, W of San Bruno At nr County 
Line 

Bruce Avenue (Lake View), from Har- 
old At E 

Bruce Place (now Brush PI), from Hal- 
lam nr rolsnm 

Brunswick (West End Homestead), 8 
E of Hisrion nr County Line 

Brilth Pl>ril from Hailam nr I'nUnm 



BrusacI (formerly Berlin) (University 
Homestead) from Silver Av bet 
Girard and Goettingen, S. to San 
Bruno \v. 

Bryant, from the bay bet Harrison and 
Brannan, S W to Eleventh, thence 
8 to Army 

Croei Sti. N. 8 

The Embarcadero 

Spear 2 1 

Main 

Beale 100 101 

Fremont 200 201 

First 300 301 

EUery 

Rincon Place 

Sterling Place 

Second 400 401 

Center Place 

Third 600 601 

Hitch 

Zoe 

Fourth 600 601 

Fifth 700 701 

Oak Grove 

Morris 

Sixth 800 801 

Harriet 

Boardman Place 

Gilbert 

Seventh 900 901 

Langton 

Chedey 

Victor 

Kate 

Decatur 

Eighth 1000 1001 

ConvwBB 

Ninth 1100 1101 

Dore 

Tenth 1200 1201 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1300 1301 

Division 1400 1401 

Alameda 1600 1801 

Fifteenth 1600 1601 

Sixteenth 1700 1701 

Seventeenth 1800 1801 

Mariposa 1900 1901 

Eighteenth 2000 2001 

Nineteenth 2100 2101 

Twentieth 2200 2201 

Brice Terrace 

Twenty-first 2300 2301 

Twenty-second 2400 2401 

Twenty-third 2800 2801 

Twenty-fourth 2600 2601 

Twenty-fifth 2700 2701 

Twenty-sixth 2800 2801 

Army (e) (e) 

Bryant Avenue (now Bryant Street), 

from Division 8 to Army 
Bryant Court (now Bradley Court) 
Bryant Terrace (now Brice Terrace) 
Buchanan, from N s Market and Du- 
boce Ave bet Laguna and Webster, 
N to the bay 

Crosa Sli. K W, 

Market and Duboce Av . . 2 t 

Hermann 100 101 

WaUer 200 201 

Laussat 

Haight 300 301 

Page 400 401 

LUy 

Oak 600 601 

Hickory 

FeU 600 601 

Linden 

Hayes 700 701 

Ivy 

Orove 800 801 

Birch 

Fulton 900 901 

Ash 

HcAUister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate Avenue.... 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Larch 

Eddy 1300 1301 

Willow 

Ellia 1400 1401 

Olive 

O'FarreU 1600 1601 

CnnoinK Court 

Orarv 1600 1601 



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Buehuan— (Continued) 

Poit 170O 1701 

SutKr 1800 1801 

B<ub 1900 1901 

Pine 2000 2001 

OiUIoniit 2100 2101 

S&ctunento 2200 2201 

a»T 2J0O 2301 

WuhbitoB 2400 2401 

Jscknn 2500 2501 

PsciacArenue 2600 2601 

Bn>»dw»y 2700 2701 

Valltio 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Piilw 

Oraenwieh 3200 3201 

Uoulton 

Lombud 3300 3301 

Cliettniit (c) (c) 

Loboi Square 

B«y 3600 3601 

KortliPomt 3700 rOl 

Beech 8800 3801 

Jeffoeon 3900 8901 

Tonquin 4000 4001 

Lewi (e) (e) 

Buchutn Alley. See Ualden Alley. 

■uekmen, from M i Fifteenth E of 
Dolores 

Buell (University Homestead), from 
La Grande Av, S to Dwight 

Buena Vltti (now Bonview, Bemal 
Heiehta), from Coso At het Elsie 
and Bocana, 8 W to Cortland At 

Buena Vlita Avenue (late Park Road). 
surrounding Buena Vista Park 

Buena ViiU Park. S of Haight bet 
Broderick and Central ,\t 

Buena Vista Squire, bet Twentieth, 
Twenty -6rst. Vermont and Utah 

Buena Vltfa Terrace, from junction 
Buena \'i8ta Av and Duboce At, S 

Bulih. See Beulab 

Burcham Place, trom W s Leavenworth 
bet GoMta Gale At and T>irk 

Burgoyne Place, from S s Pacific bet 
Leavenworth and Hvde 

Burke, trom Water Front N W to Islais 

Burnett Avenue, now Bicler Av. from 
Belgrave Av nr Clarendon Av, S 
to Melrose .\v 

Burnham, From Elisabeth W of Hoff- 
man S to Thirtieth 

Burnt Place, W t Eleventh N of 
Folsom 

Burnilda (new Bishop, Reis Tract), 
from Harkncfls N to Ankeny 

Burniltfe Avenue, from Glen Av S 
across Bosworth to Mangels Av 

Burritt, from 8 s Bush bet Stockton 
and Powel! 

Burrows (University Homestead), from 
W t Charter Oak Av S of Felton 

Bush, from N s Market bet Sutter and 
Pine, W to Presidio Av 

Crass SU. N. S. 

Harket 

Battery 100 101 

Sanaome 200 201 

Treasury Place 

Montgomery 300 301 

Trinity 

RuBsAUey 

Beldan 

Kearny 400 401 

St. George Alley 

Oaude Lane 

Mark Lane 

Grant Avenue fiOl 

Chatham Place 

Stockton 600 601 

Burritt 

Monroe 

Chelsea Phioe 

PoweU 700 701 

Bush Street PlaM! 

Maaon 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Jones 1000 1001 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Broad's Place 

Larkin 1800 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 





..1600 


1601 


Gough 


..1700 


1701 


OcUvia 


..1800 


IHUl 


Laguna 


.1900 


1901 


Buchanan 


.2000 


2(KI1 


Webster 


..2100 


2101 








Fillmore 


.2200 


2201 


Steiner 


..2300 


2301 


Pierce 


..2400 


2401 


Scott 


..2500 


2501 


Divisadero 


.2600 


2601 


Broderick 


...WOO 


2701 


Baker 


.2800 


2M)1 


Lyon 


.2900 


2901 


Presidio Avenue 


.. (e) 


(e) 


Bush Street Place, from N s Bush bet 


PoweU snd Mason 






Butlsr(now Montcalm).betFcraltaAve 


and Tomaaa W of HoUaday Ave 


Butte Place, from S s 




bet 


Sixth and Seventh 






Byinfton Avenue (now 


street). 


from 


W s Webster bet Ellis and O'Far- 


rell, W to FiUmore 






Byrne, E of San Bruno 


Av nr 


Islau 


Creek 






Byron (Bernsl Heights, now Brewster), 


from Isabel 8 W to RuUedfe 


Byxbet (City Land Association Tract), 


W of San Jose Av m 


County Line 


C (now Cahrillo) 






C South (now Coleman) 


from Water 


Front S W to County Line 




Cabot (Bemal Heights) 


from 


Frtn- 


conia N W to PeralU Av 




Cabrillo. from Arguello 


Blvd 


S of 


Balboa, W to Ocean 






CroM SU. 


N. 


S, 


Arguello Blvd 




1 




.. 100 


101 


Third " 


.. 200 


201 




.. 300 


301 


Fifth - 


.. 400 


401 


Sixth ■ 


.. 500 


501 


Seventh " 


.. 600 


601 


Eighth ■ 


.. 700 


701 


Ninth • 


.. 800 


801 


Tenth Avenue 


.. 900 


901 


Eleventh " 


.1000 


IINII 


Twelfth " 


.1100 


1101 


For Noa West of Twelfth see Clement 


Cadell Alley, from N 


s Union bet 


Grant Av and Stockton 




Calne Avenue from Ridge Lane S to 


Lobos bet San Joee and Majestic 


Avs 






Ctlivent (South 8. F.), 


from the bay 


bet Amador and Mendocino. W 


to Arthur Av 






Caledonia Alley (now 


street). 


from 


Fifteenth bet Julian Av and Va- 


lencia. S to Sixteenth 




Calhoun, from N s Green bet Sansome 


and Moatgomery 


K to Union 


Callfernia, from junction Market and 


Dnimm bet Pine and Sacrameato, 


W to Thirty-third Av 




Croii SU. 


N. 


8. 


Market and Drumffl . . 


2 


1 


Davis 


.. 100 


101 


Front 


.. 200 


201 


Battery 


.. 300 


301 


Sansome 


.. 400 


401 


Leidesdorff 






Montgomery 


.. 500 


501 








Kearny 


.. 600 


601 


St. Anne 






Quincy 







Grant Avenue 


.. 700 


701 


Sabin Place 






Grace Terrace 







Stockton 


.. 800 


801 








Joice 













PoweU 


.. 900 


901 


Mason 


..1000 


UNIl 


Oishman 







Taylor 


.1100 


11U1 




..1200 


vm 


Leavenworth 


.1300 


i»)i 


Helen 







Hyde 


.1400 


1401 


Larkin 


..1500 


l.'iOl 


Polk 


.1600 


ItiOl 



Van Nese Ayenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

OcUTia 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2301 

Middle 

Fillmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2500 2501 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

DiTisadero 2800 2801 

Broderick 2900 2901 

Baker 3000 3001 

Lyon 3100 3101 

Presidio .^Tenue 3200 (o) 

Walnut 3300 (o; 

Laurel 3400 

Locust 3500 

Spruce 3600 

Maple 3700 

Parker Avenue 

Commonwealth Avenue 

Cherry 3800 

Jordan Avenue 

Pahn • 

ArgueUoBlvd 3900 3901 

Second Avenue 4000 4001 

Third ■ 4100 4101 

Fourth ■ 4200 4201 

Fifth - 4300 4301 

Sixth - 4400 4401 

Seventh ' 4500 4501 

EighthAvenue 4600 4601 

Ninth • 4700 4701 

Tenth " 4800 4801 

Eleventh " 4900 4901 

TweUth ' 5000 5001 

Thirteenth' 6100 6101 

Fourteenth" 6200 5201 

Fifteenth " 6300 6301 

Sixteenth " 5400 5401 

Seventeenth Avenue .... 5500 5501 
Eighteenth 





Nineteenth " 
Twentieth 
Twenty-firat " 
Twenty-eecond * 
Twenty-third " 
Twenty-fourth ' 
Twenty-fifth ' 
Twenty-six * 
Twenty-eercn " 
Twenty-eight " 
Twenty-ninth * 
Thirtieth 

Thirty-first Avenue 
Thirty-second " 
Thirty-third 
Callfernia Avenue (i 



.5600 5601 

.5700 5701 

.5800 580! 

.5900 6901 

.6000 6001 

.6100 6101 

.6200 6201 

.6300 6301 

.6400 6401 

.6500 6501 

.6600 6601 

.6700 6701 

6800 6801 

.6900 6901 

.7000 7001 

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Calumet Place, from W s Fillmore bet 

Pine aod California 
Cambridge, from S s SUver Av bet Yale 

and Oxford, S to Mansell 
Cameron Alley, from N s Washington 

bet Grant Av and Stockton 
Camlno del Mar bet Lake and the bay, 

from Twenty-fourth Av to Thirty- 
third Av 
Camp, from W s .Mbion Av bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth, W to 

Guerrero 
Campbell (Reis Tract), bet Teddy Av 

and Wilde, from Hoyt to Alpha 
Campbell Avenue, from W s San Bruno 

.\v nr County Line 
Campion Place, from W s Grant Av bet 

Post and Sutter. W to Stockton 
Canal, from E s Mission nr Silver Av 
Canning Court from E s Buchanan bet 

O'Farrell and Gear)- 
Cannon. See Hampshire 
Capiitrano Avenue. oS San Joee Av, S 

W to Santa Ynes Av 
CapKol Avenue, from Palmetto Av bet 

PljTDOuth and Orisaba ,\vs, N to 



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Seventeenth 200 201 

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NinetMnth MO 40) 

Twentieth SCO 601 

Twenty-first 600 Ml 

Twenty-Kcond 700 70] 

Twenty-third 800 80] 

Twenlv-fourth 900 90] 

Twenty-fifth 1000 lOOi 

Twenty-«ixth 1100 llOi 

Card Allty. (ram W ■ Stockton be 

Vallejo And Green 
Ctrl, from CUyton S of Frederick, W to 
Arguello Blvd i 

Cu\n, from S > O'Farrell bet Powe 

and Maaon 
Carmal, from CUyton bet Seventeenth 

and Ei(hl«enth W 
Carmalita (laU Primrose), from Du- 
boce Park bet Pierce and Scott, N 
to WaUer 
Ciritilna Plaet. from E e Powell bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
Carolina, from Alameda bet WiscoDsm 

and De Haro. S to Tulare 
Carol Ini (now Harriet), from 8 a Folaom 

between Sixth and Seventh 
Carolina (now Dote), from S > Howard 

bet Ninth and Tenth 
Carolina Place (now Carmine Place) 
Carr, from Paul Av bet Railroad Av 

and Gould. S to Salinas Av 
CajTif, from Cbenery opposite Castfo, 

S to WUder 
Carroll Avenus, froiD County Line N W 

to Thornton Av 
Canon, from W s Dou(laas bet Nine- 
teenth and Seward, N to Eafle 
Carter, W to San Bruno Av ni County 

Line 
Carthatana (South S. F.). See Forty- 
eighth Av South 
Carvor (Bemal Heighta), from Es- 
meralda Av, S to Powbattan 
Caw, from W of San Bruno Av nr bead 

Islais Creek 
CaMlll Avenue, from Douilass nr Nine- 
teenth to Corbett Av 
Castenada Avenus (Forest Hill), oS 
Pacheco nr end of Seventh Ave 
(Sunset) 
Caitro, from S s Duboce Ave W of 

Noe, 8 to Cbenery 
Crojj Sl«. W. E. 

Duboce Avenue 2 I 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 300 201 

TUden 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 300 301 

SUtes 

Market 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Ninteenth SOO Ml 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Elisabeth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fourth 130O 1301 

Jersey 1400 1401 

Twenty-fifth 1500 ISOl 

aipper 1600 IMl 

Twentv-siith 1700 1701 

Army 1800 1801 

Twenty-seventh 1900 1901 

Duncan 2000 2001 

Twenty-eijhth 2100 2101 

Valley 2200 2201 

Twenty-ninth 2300 2»1 

Day 2400 2401 

Thirtieth 2500 2501 

Beacon 

Thirty-first 2M0 2M1 

El Monte 2701 

Beacon 

Addison 2801 

Bemis 2900 

Sussex 3000 

Laidley 

Surrey 8100 

Chenery (e) (e) 



Cayuga Avenue (West End Tlract), 

from Ocean Av W of HisaioD 
Cadar (now Ceylon) 
Cadar Avenue (now street), from W s 
Larkin bet Geary and Post, W to 
Laguna, (Some htuldinp are in- 
correctly numbCTed.) 
Crou Stt. N. 8. 

Larkin 2 1 

folk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue. (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (e) 

Gough (e) (c) 

Octavia 600 601 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Cedar Une. See Clarion Alley 
Cedro Avenue (Ingleside), from Ocean 
Ave W bet Cerritos Ave and Pa- 
loma Ave 
Center (now Sixteenth), from the bav 
bet Fifteenth and Seventeenth, W 
to Harrison 
Center Place, from S e Bryant bet 
Second and Third, 8 to Brannan 
Central Avenue, from Buena Vista Av 
W of Lyon, N to Calvary Ometery 
CroM SU. E. W. 

Buena Vista Avenue..,. 2 1 

WaUer 60 61 

Haight 100 101 

Page 200 201 

Oak (c) (c) 

Golden Gate Park 

Fell 400 401 

Hayes 500 601 

Grove 600 MI 

Fulton 700 701 

McAllister 800 801 

Golden Gate Avenue. ... 900 901 

T"fk... (c) (c) 

Calvary Ometery 

Central Court (now Conway Ct) 

Central Place (now St. Anne) 

Ceres (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

AvSWtoWiUiamsAv 
Cerriloi Avenue Gngleside),from Ocean 
Ave W bet (3edro Ave and Urbano 



Driv 
Ceylon, from N s Clay bet Daris and 

Front, N to Washington 
Chamhers, from E s Front bet Pacific 

and Broadway 
Chamben Place. See Greenwich Place 
Channel, from the bay bet Berry and 

Hooper, S W to Eighth 
Chapultepec (Bernal Heights), now 

Winfield Avenue, from Ckio Av 

bet Prospect Ave and Elsie, S W 

to Cortland Av 
Charity, E of San Bruno At nr Islais 

Creek 
Charlai (Fainnount Tract), from W s 

Mission nr Highland Av, W to 

Chenery 
Charlettown 0»te Charles Place), from 

N s Harrison bet Hawthorne and 

Second 
Charlton Court from 8 e Union bet 

Laguna and Buchanan 
Charter Oak Avenue, from Islais Oeek 

E ol San Bruno Av, S to Paul Tract 
Chtis Court from Colusa Place bet 

Collon and Otis, W 
Chatham Place, from N s Bush bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Chatunooga, from S s Twenty-first bet 

Dolores and Church, S to Jersey 
Chatterton Place, from MicblEao be 

Twent\-firft and Twenty-second 
Chelsea Place, from 8 s Bush bet Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Chenery (Fainnount Tract), from 

Thirtieth nr Church, S and S W 
Cherry, from Presidio Reservatjon bet 

Maple and Arguello Blvd, 8 to 

California 
Crou SU. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Waahington 200 201 

Clay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Chorubuteo (Bemal Heights, now 

Elsie), from (>)so Av 8 W to 
0>rtland Av 



101 



Chesley, from S s Harrison bet Seveotk 

and Eighth, 8 E to Bryant 
Chester Avenue, off Sargent S to County 

Line 
Chaetnut, from the bay bet Lombard 
and Francisco, W to Presidio 
Reservation 
Crou SU. N, g_ 

Sanaome 2 ' 

Montgomery [ 100 

Winthrop 

K««niy ;;;: 200 201 

Grant Avenue 300 301 

Bellair Place __ 

Stockton 400 401 

Chestnut Alley 

Po"'!! 500 601 

•J*™"/ 600 Ml 

Cx)lumbus Avenue 700 

T'y'o'' 701 

Jonra 800 801 

Leavenworth 900 901 

Hyd* 1000 1001 

L*'!"" 1100 1101 

f°>^- 1200 1201 

Van Neas Avenue 1300 1301 

J™nklin 1400 1401 

Goujl' 1600 1601 

P""i» 1600 IMl 

^t"" (0) 1701 

Buchanan (o) 1801 

W'bster 1900 1901 

F'U.n'Ofe 2000 2001 

Sterner 2100 2101 

Pk™ 2200 2201 

?«>«'•■ 230O 2301 

Divuadeto 2400 2401 

Broderick 2500 2601 

Baker 2M0 2M1 

Lj""" (e) (e) 

Chaetnut Alley, from N s Chestnut bet 
Stockton and Powell 

Child, from Telegraph Place be 
Kearny and Grant Av, N to Lorn 
bard 

Chilton Avenue, 8 of Clen At u 
Arcadia Av 

China (South 8. F.) from Water Front 
nr Coleman, to Custer Av 

China Avenue. See Excelsior Avenue 

Ctlas litio, bet 4th, South side Ohan- 

Chula Lane, from W s Dolnrea bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth, W to 
Church 
Church, from Hermann bet Dolcres 

and Sanches, 8 to Thirtieth 
Cross SU. W, E 

Hermann 2 1 

Duboce Avenue 100 101 

Reservoir 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Market 

Fifteenth 300 Mi 

Sixteenth 400 

(^ula Lane 

Seventeenth 600 

Dorland 

Eighteenth [. 600 

Hancock 

Nineteenth TOO 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Elisabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Gipper 

Twenty-aixth 1400 1401 

Army 

Twenty-aeventh 1600 1601 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 

Valley 

Twenty-ninth 1700 

Day 

Thirtieth (e) 

Church Avenue (now Churchill), froin 
N s Broadway bet Stockton and 
Powell. N to V.llejo 
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Churchill, from N t Broadway bet 
Stockton and Powell, N to Vallejo 
Churchill Court See TiCfany Place 
Circular Avenue (Sunnyside) from 

Joost Av and Diamond S W 
City Htll Avenue (late Park Avenue), 
from S B McAllister nr Leavcn- 
wonb. S W to Fulton 
City Htll Place. See Brown's Alley 
City Htll Squtrc. See Uareball Square 
CItirvlllt PItce. See Grabam Place 
CItrt, from W • Ritch b<^t Folsom 

and HarrieoQ, W to Sixtb. 
Crois Sti. N. 8. 

Ritcb 2 1 

Fourth 100 101 

Hulbert Alley 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Claremont Court (St. Francis Wood) 
from Portola Drive to Dervey 
Boulevard. 
Clarence Place, from N ■ Townsend bet 

Second and Third 

Clarendon Avenue, (now Twin Peaks 

Bid) fromCUyton nr Seventeenth. 

S W and W to point W of Stanyan 

CItrlen Alley (late Cedar Lane), from 

W B Mieeion bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth, W to Valencia 

Clark, from W a Drumm bet Jackaon 

and Pacific, W to Front 
Clarke. See Clarkaon. 
Clarkion (lat« Clarke), from Lincoln 
At nr Thirtieth. W to Fowler Av 
Clary (now dara) 

Claude Lane, from N i Sutter bet 

Kearny and Grant At N to Bueh 

Clauuen Court (Fairmount Tract), 

from Arllncton bet Hateo and 

Miiud to S. P. R. R. 

Clay, from the bay bet Sacramento and 

Waahiniton, W to Arguello Blvd 

Croat SU. N. S. 

The Embareadero 2 1 

Dnimm 100 101 

Davis 200 201 

Ceylon 

Front 300 JOl 

Battery 400 401 

Baneome SOO 601 

LeideadorfT 

Montgomery 600 601 

Kearny 700 701 

Brenham Place 

Grant Avenue 800 801 

Waverly Place 

Spofford 

Stockton 900 901 

CoUler 

Joloe 

Parkburet Alley 

PoweU 1000 1001 

Freeman 0>urt 

T»y 

Wetmore Court 

Haaon 1100 1101 

CoihnuD 

Taylor 11200 1201 

Jonea 1300 1301 

Reed 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Hyde 1600 1601 

Torrene 0)urt 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Nesa Avenue 1800 1801 

Franklin 1900 1901 

Cough 2000 2001 

Lafayette Park (c) (c) 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner (o) 2601 

Pierce <o) 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

DiTiaadero 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Preeidio Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

S"iruce 3700 3701 
aple 3800 3801 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

Cherry 3900 3901 

Arguello Boulevard (e) (e) 

Clay Avenue (now OiUler) 

Clayton, from Fulton bet Aahbury and 

Cole, S to (>)rbett At 

Cross Sit. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

Fell (c) (c) 

Oak 400 401 

Page 600 501 

Haight 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Frederick 800 801 

Carl 860 (c) 

Parnassus Avenue 900 (c) 

Ashbury 

Seventeenth 1000 1001 

Clarendon AvandCarmel 

Moss Avenue 

Eighteenth 1100 

0>rbett Avenue (e) (e) 

Clement, from Arguello Blvd bet (kary 
and California, W to Forty^eightb 
Av 

CroM SU. N. S. 

Arguello Boulevard 2 1 

Second Avenue 100 101 

Third ' 200 201 

Fourth " 300 301 

Fifth " 400 401 

Sixth " 600 501 

Seventh " 600 601 

Eighth ■ 700 701 

Ninth " 800 801 

Tenth " 900 901 

Eleventh " 1000 1001 

Twelfth " 1100 1101 

Thirteenth Avenue. 1200 1201 

Fourteenth " 1300 1301 

Fifteenth " 1400 1401 

Sixteenth " 1600 1501 

Seventeenth " 1600 1601 

Eighteenth " 1700 1701 

Nineteenth " 1800 1801 

Twentieth " 1900 1901 

Twenty-first " 2000 2001 

Twenty-second " 2100 2101 

Twentv-third " 2200 2201 

Twenty-fourth " 2300 2301 

Twenty-fifth " 2400 2401 

Twentv-iixth " 2500 2501 

Twenty-seventh" 2600 2601 

Twenty-eighth " 2700 2701 

Twentv-ninlh " 2800 2801 

Thirtieth • 2900 2901 

Thirtv-first " 3000 30O1 

Thirty-second " 3100 3101 

Thirty-third " 3201 

Thirty-fourth " 3301 

Thirtv-fifth " 3401 

Thirty-sixth " 3601 

Thirty-seventh " 3601 

Thirty-eighth " 3701 

Thirty-ninth " 3801 

Fortieth ' 3901 

Forty-first " 4001 

Forty-second " 4101 

Forth-third " 4201 

Forty-fourth " 4301 

Forty-fifth " 4401 

Forty-sixth " 4501 

Forty-seventh " 4601 

Forty-eighth avenue (e) (e) 

Clementina, from W a First bet Tehama 
and Folsom. S W to Ninth 

CroM Sts. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Ecker 

Oscar .\lley 

Second (c) (c) 

Third (c5 (c^ 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth (c) fc) 

Seventh (c) (c) 

Sumner 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (e) (e) 

Cleveland, from W s Sherman bet Fol- 
som and Harrison, W to Seventh 

Cliff Avenue (now Point Lobos Av), 
from Geary and Fortieth Avs, W 
and S W to Ocean 



Clifford Terrace from Pluto W to 

Ashbury 
Clinton (now Harriet), from S s Bryant 
bet Sixth and Seventh, S E to nr 
Townsend 
Clinton Avenue (Glen Park Terrace), 
S of Glen Av to Chilton Av and 
Qintoo Av bet Surrey and Glen 
Av to Lippard Av 
Clinton Park, from E s Stevenson bet 
Thirteenth and Fourteenth, W to 
Dolores 
Clipper, from W a Dolorea bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-aixth, W to 
Fowler At 
Creif Sti. N. 8 

Dolores 2 1 

Church 100 101 

Sanchea 200 201 

Noe too Ml 

Castro 400 401 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglaee 600 601 

Homestead (c) 

Hoffman ATe 700 701 

Fountain (c) 

Bellevue 800 801 

High Ave (c) (c) 

Corbett Ave (c) (c) 

Burnett Ave 1000 1001 

Twin Peaks Ave 1100 1101 

KenyonAve 1200 1201 

Stanford Heights Ave... 1300 1301 
Clover Avenue (now Street), from 
Eighteenth W of Ord. S to Caeelli 
Clyde (late Liberty), from Lusk Alley 
bet Third and Fourth, S to Town- 
send 
Codman Place, from S a Washington bet 

Powell and Mason 
Cohen Place, from S s Ellis bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 
Colby, fromS e Silver AvbetUniveraity 

and Dartmouth to Ooeota. 
Cola, from Fulton bet Clayton and 

Shrader, S to Eighteenth 
Cross Sit. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

Grove 100 101 

Hayes 200 201 

FeU (c) (c) 

Oak 406 401 

Page 600 601 

Haight 600 601 

Waller 700 701 

Beulah • 

Frederick 800 801 

Carl 900 901 

Parnassus At 1000 1001 

Orattan 1100 HOI 

Alma Avenue 1200 1201 

Rivoli Avenue 1300 1101 

Seventeenth 1400 1401 

C^rmel 

Eighteenth (e) (e) 

Coleman, from Water Front S W to 

County Line 
Coleridge (Bernal Heights), from Coso 
Av bet Mission and Prospect Av, 
S W to Cortland Av 
Colin Place, E s Jones bet Geary and 

Post 
Collsoa Avenue, from Mission bet St 
Mary's and Richland Ave. S and E 
College Avenue, now Bacon (University 

Homestead) 
Ceitere Terrace, from Mission bet Col- 
lege Ave and St. Mary's Av 
Collier, from N s Clay bet Stockton 

and Powell 
Collingwood (late Sherman), from S 
8 Seventeenth bet Castro and Dia- 
mond. S to Twenty-second 
CroM Sis. W. E. 

Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

TwenUeth 300 301 

Twenty-first 400 401 

Twenty-second (e) (e) 

Collins, from Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 

Wood and Blake, S to St. Rose's 

Colorado, from the bay S to India Basin 

Colton, from Colusa Place bet Market 

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Columbia. iMt Wood and CoUina off St 

Rom's At, S 
Ctlumbla Plan (Bemal H«|ht& now 
Alabama)- from Precita At, S to 
Eaneraloa At '* 

Columbia Squara, from 8 e Folaom bet 
Sixth and SeTrnth.8 E to Harrison 
Columbia Squara (Pork), bet Folsom, 
H&rnaOQ, Columbia Square and 
Sherman 
Columbui Avanuo, from iuactioD 
Montgomery and WaahiDgtOD. 
N W to B«cb 
CrouSU. N.E 8.W 

Montc'y and Waahington 2 1 

Uaiden Lane 

Gibb 

Jackaon lOO 101 

Kearny 200 

PaciBc 201 

Adlef 

Broadway 800 

Grant Ayenuo 301 

VaUeio «0 401 

Vallejo Alley. 



Stockton 800 



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Coluia Plata, from Colton bet Twelfth 

and Brady, S to Chase Court 
Commarca, from W s Front bet Green 

and Union. W to Battery 
Commweial, from the bay bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay, W to Dupont 
Crow SU. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

DaTia 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery 400 401 

Sanaome SOO 601 

Leidesdorff 

Montgomery 600 Ml 

Kearny 700 — 

Grant ATenue. (e) 

Commonwealth Avanus (late Chase), 
from S a California bet Parker and 
Jordan Ats. S to Geary 
Concord Avanua (now Street, West 
End Tract) from E a Mieaion nr 
County Line 
Condon Avenue. 8 from Army bet 

Folsom and Harriaon 
Congdon ((Allege Homestead), from 

Canal to SilTer At 
ConQO. from C)ircular At N to point nr 

Surrey E to boeworth 
Conireai from Bueoa VisU At 8 W 
Co«klhl| (South S. F.). from SilTer 

At nr Augusta 
CMinaetlcut, from Sixteenth bet Mi»- 
aouri and Arkanaaa, S to Tulare 
Conrad (Glen Park) W of Diamond 

from Sussex N 
Contra Coita Avanua.from Peru At to 

S E to Water Front 
Convaraa. from N and S a Bryant bet 

Eighth aad Ninth 
Conway Court from S s Haight bat 

Gough and Octavia 
Cook, from Laurel Hill Cemetery bet 
Rlake and Boyce. 8 to SL Rose's 
Coolldga Place, from N s Jackson bet 

I^aTcnwortb and Hyde 
Cooper Alley, from 8 s Jackson bet 
Kearny and Grant Av 



Confer Alley, from Falcon At nr Eagle. 

8 W to Lincoln At 
Cora, W of San Bruno At nr County 

Line 
Corbstt Avanus, from SeTentoenth and 

Ord. S W to Ocean At 
(k)rhln PI, from S 8 17th to Corbett At 
Cordelia, from N s Pacific bet Stockton 

and Powell. N. to Broadway 
Cordova (Crocker-Amaion Tract), bet 

Seville and Munich 
Oorea (South 3. F.). Sea Ninth At 

South 
Cornwall, from Arguello Blvd bet 

Clement and (^fornia, W to 

Fourth At 
Croit SU. N. 8. 

Arguello Blvd 2 1 

Second ATenue lOO 101 

Third Avenue 200 201 

Fourth - 800 301 

Corona (Ingleside). bet Urbano Drive 

N and S nr HoUoway Ave 
Cortes Avenue (Forest Hill), oS Tar- 
aval lu- Dewey Boulevard 
Cortex (Bemal Heights, now RuUedge 

Av). from Franconia At. 8 W 
Cortland Avenue from Mission nr 

Thirtieth. E to San Bruno At 
Corwin. from Douglass bet 20th and 

2l8t 

Cosmo Place. W a Taylor bet Post and 

Suttor, W to Jones 
Coso Avenue (Bernat Heights), from 

PreciU Av nr Mission, S E to 

Bocana Av 
Costa, from BoUaday At nr Rutledge 

At, W to Brewster 
Cottage Place (now Colin Place) 
Cottage Row, from N a Sutter bet 

Webster and Fillmore, N to Bush 
Cottsr (Academy Tract), from N W s 

Mission bet Theresa and Francis 
Cowdsn (Reia Tract) from Wilde At, 

N to Aokeny 
Cowoll Place, from Vallejo bet Battery 

and Sanaome 
Grafton Way ( St Francis Wood) from 

Potok I)rive bet Kensington Way 

and .^llst^in 
Cram Place, from N s Golden Gate At 

bet Buchanan and Webster 
Crane, from Paul At bet Exeter and 

Wheat, S to Salinas Av 
Craut ^College Homestead), from C^nal 

S to Silver At 
Croek Lane (now Erie), from Folsom 

bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
Croscont Avenue, from Mission 8 of 

Richland At, E to San Bruno At 
Crocker, from Stevenson bet Brady and 

Hermann. S to Otis 
Crocker Avenue fnow Clipper) 
Cracker Boulevard (Crocker Tract). 

San Mateo County, take Mission 

Street car 
Croke (Academy Tract), from N W s 

Mission bet Franeia and Har- 
rington. Now Santa Rosa Ave 
Cronogue Alley, from S s Twenty-first 

bet Guerrero and Fair Oaks to 

Twenty-third 
Crook, from Lusk Allev bet Third and 

Fourth St to Townsend 
Crou, from Pope W nr County Line 
Croton Avenue (now Diamond), from 

Chenery, S to Circular At 
Crown Terrace. S s Darendon At. S to 

Pemberton PI 
CryiUI (late Milton), W of San Jose At 

nr County Line 
Culsbra Terrace, from N s Lombard 

bet Larkin and Polk, N to Fran- 
cisco 
Cum Cook Alley. Irom W s Grant At 

bet Jackson and Pacific 
Cumberland (late Columbia), from W a 

Guerrero bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth. W to Noe 
Cumberland Place (now (^inningham 

Place) 
Cunningham Place. Irom W a Valencia 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth W 

to Angelica 
Curtis, from Morse bet Pope and New- 
ton S 



Cuihmtn. from N s California hot 

Mason and Taylor.N to Sacramento 

Cutter Avsnus. from Water Front, N 

W to Islais 
Custom House Place, from N s Wash- 
ington bet Battery and Sansome 
Cuvler (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from S P R R bet Marsilly and 
Milton. S to Misaon 
Cyfrats Aiisy (now Street), from S s 
Twenty-fourth bet Howard and 
Opp. S to Twenty-Sixth 
:yrui Place, from S a Broadway hot 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
D South (now Donahue) 
Daggett, from the bay nr Hubbell,S W 

to Sixteenth 
Daisy. See Portola 
Dakou (South S. F.), from the bay 

S to India Basin 
Dais Place, from S s Golden Gate At 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Dame (Fairmount Tract), fr^m Thir- 
tieth nr Church, 8 to Randall 
Oanton (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from Springdale W of Lyell, N 
Danven, from Corbett At, 6 E to 

Caselli At 
Darrell Place, from N s Filbert bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Dartmouth (UniTersity Homestead), 
from S s Silver Av W of Bowdoin 
Davidson Avenue, from California Dry 

Dock. N W to lalais 
Davis, from N e Market bet Drumm and 

Front. N to the bay 
CroM SU. K W. 

Market and Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 

Parrott Alley 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay 300 801 

Washington 400 401 

Oregon 

Jackson SOO 601 

aark 

Pacific 600 eOl 

Broadway 700 701 

VaUejo 800 801 

Green 

The Embarcadero (e) (e) 

Dawson Place, from E a Mason bet 

Sacramento and C^y 
Day, from W s San Jose At bot 
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth, W to 
Fowler At 
Cross Sis. N. B. 

San Jose ATenue 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchei 300 301 

Noe 400 401 

Castro 800 Ml 

Diamond 600 Ml 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoffmann Atcouc 800 Ml 

Bellevue SOO 901 

Dayton Avenue (now Service) 
Dearborn Place (now Street, late Mission 
Av). from S s Seventeenth bet 
Valencia and Guerrero 
De Boom, from E s Second bet Bryant 

and Brannan. S E 
Decatur, from S s Bryant bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Decatur (Rernal Heighte). See Roscoe 
Decksr Alley, from W s SeTenth bet 

Folsom and Harrison 
Dseth. (See CaUfornia south) 
De Haro. from DiTision bet Carolina 
and Rhode Island. S to Iilais Creek 
Dehon, from 8 s Sixteenth bet Church 

and Sanches. 8 to SeTenteentb 
Ds Kalb (now Peralta At) 
Delano Avenue. E of San Jose nr San 

Miguel 
Delaware, from the bay bet Haaaa- 
chusetts and Maryland, S to Ar- 
thur Av 
Delaware (University Homestead). 

See Saratoga 
Delaware Avenue (now Delano Av) 
Dslswars Avenue (City Land Asi^n 

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Delaware Court, from N s Sutter bet 
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Dtlgido Plica, from E b Hyde bet 
Green and Union 

Dtlmtr, from 8 fl Waller bet Masonic 
At and Ashbury 

D« Lono (late Schiller). W of San Jose 
Av nr County Line 

0« Long Avenue, see Delmar 

DelU (ReiB Tract) bet Elliot and Rut- 
land from Leland At, N to Wilde 
At , „ 

Dtlta Place, from E s Mason bet Sutter 
and Bush 

Deming.ofT LowerTerracotromCorbett, 
W to Clayton 

0« Montlort Avenue (Lake View), from 
Miramar At W to Ashton At 

Derby (late Oak), from W a Maeon bet 
Geary and Post 

Derby (late Oak), from E ■ Taylor bet 
Geary and Post 

DMmond, W of Railroad At nr 
County Line 

De Solo Avenue (Forest Hill) ofif 
Pacheco nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 

Dcioto (Ingleside), bet Urbano Drive 
N and S nr HoUoway Ave 

Oeviiidero. Now Diviaadero 

Detroit (Sunnyside), from Circular 
At N to Surrey 

Dewey Boulevard, from junction N and 
Seventh At. S and S W to Corbett 

Da Wolf (West End Tract), from Sher- 
man At nr San Jose At, S W to 
Sickles At 

Dlamand, from S ■ Seventeenth bet 
Castro and Doujlaea. S to Circular 
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Jackson 2W0 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2SO0 2501 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert JOOO 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

Lombard 3200 8201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3601 

Beach 3700 3701 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonquin 3900 3901 

Lewis 4000 4001 

Olvltion, from Berry nr Eighth, W to 

Florida 
D'nia Allay, from Grand View At opp 

Alvarado N W to Lincoln At 
Dock (South S. F,), from Water Front 

S W to County Line 
Dodge, from S s Turk bet Hyde and 

Larkio 
Dolores, from junction of Market and 
Duboce ATe bet Guerrero and 
(lurch, S to San Jose A» 



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Cross .S<j. 

SeTcnteenth .3 ,„! 

Eighteenth lOO 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 300 801 

Twenty-first 400 401 

Twenty-second 600 fiOl 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 600 601 

Elisabeth 700 701 

T»enty-fourth 800 801 

Jersey 900 901 

Twenty-fifth 1000 1001 

aipper 1100 1101 

Twenty-aiith 1200 1201 

BuBsex 2600 2601 

Buiray 2700 2701 

Chenery 2800 2801 

Mangels Avenue (' ) (e) 

Diamond (Vieitacion Valley). SeeMed- 

ford 
Diamond Allay, see Dixie Alley 
Diana (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 

Av to Williams Av 
DIckanion, from E s San Bruno Av nr 

Union Av 
DIgby (Fairmount Tract, late Carlos). 

from Beacon to El Monte 
DIkaman Place, from W a Mason bet 

Kllis and O'Farrell 
DIvlMdaro, from N a Fourteenth bet 
Scott and Broderick, N to the bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Duboce Avenue 2 1 

Lloyd — 

WaUer lOO 101 

Haight 200 201 

Page 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

Fell 500 601 

Havea 600 601 

OroTe 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

McAUister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue. . . . 1000 1001 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1801 

O'Farrell 1400 1401 

Qwy 1600 1601 

Garden 

PoBt 1600 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

aav 2200 2201 

Washington 2300 2301 



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Cross Sis. 

Market* Thirteenth.... 2 

Clinton Park 

Fourteenth 100 

Fifteenth 200 

Alert Alley 

Sixteenth 300 

Chula lAne 

Seventeenth 400 

Railway 

Dorland 

Eighteenth (o) 

Nineteenth (o) 

C^jmberland 

Twentieth 700 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 800 

Twenty-second 900 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1601 

Vallev 

Twenty-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Donah (closed). W of San Bruno Av lu 

(bounty Line 
Donahue, from Water Front S W to 

Tslais Oeek 
Dspnar Avenue, from County Line N 
W to Railroad Av. and from 
Mendell S to Charter Oak At 
Dora (now Langton) 
Dorantes -Avenue (Forest Hill) off 
Pacheco nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 
Dora, from S s Howard bet Ninth and 

Tenth, S E to Brannan 
Doric Alley, from S s JackBon bet Powell 

and Mason 
Dorland, from W s Guerrero bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth, W 
to Sanches 
Douglati, from S s States W of Eureka, 

to S of Thirtieth 
Crou Sit. W. E. 

States 2 

Seventeenth 100 

Eighteenth 200 

Oselli Avenue 

Nineteenth 

Eagle 300 

(^rson -~^ 

Seward 

Twentieth 400 

Stanton 

Romain 

Twenty-first 600 

Twenty-second 600 

Alvarado 

Twentv-third 700 

Elisabeth 



201 



Twenty-fourth 800 801 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 900 901 

nipper 1000 1001 

Twenty-sixth 1100 1101 

Dover, Irom N 8 Brannan bet First and 

Second 
Dow Place, from Second bet Folsom 
and Harrison, 8 W to Hawthorne 
Downey, from S s Waller bet Ashbunr 
and Clayton to points of Fred- 
erick 
Drake. Now West Clay Park 
Drumm. from N s Market bet The 
Embarcadero and Davia, N to the 
bay 
Cross SU. E. W. 

Market and California ... 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Commercial 

Oay 200 201 

Merchant 

Washington 800 301 

Oregon 

Jackson 400 401 

Clark 

Pacific 500 501 

The Embarcadero 

Drummond Allay, from W s Phelps bet 
Oakdale At and Palou At, S to 
Quint 
Dublin (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Persia At nr Prague 
Duboce Avenue from Mission bet. 
Twelfth and Fourteenth. W to 
Buena Vista Av 
Cross SO. N. 8. 

Mission 2 1 

Woodward 

Stevenson 

Valencia 100 101 

iJlginPark 

pSxl 

Guerrero JOO 201 

Market 801 

Buchanan 800 

Webster 

Church 400 401 

Fillmore 

Belcher 

Sanehei 501 

Steiner 600 

Walter 

Noe 601 

Scott 700 

Castro (o) 701 

Diviaadero 800 801 

Alpine 900 

Buena Vista Ter 

Buena Vista Avenue- .. . (e) (e) 
Duboca Park, bet Steiner and Scott 

from Duboce Ave N 
Dunbar Alley, from Merchant bet 
Montgomery and Kearny, N to 
Washington 
Duncan, from junction of Valencia and 
Tiffany Av bet Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-eighth, W to Fowler Av 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

San Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 801 

Sanches 400 401 

Noe 500 601 

Caetio 600 601 

New Grove Avenue 

Diamond 700 701 

DouglaBS 800 801 

Hoffman Avenue 900 901 

Bellevue 1000 1001 

BurnettAve 1100 1101 

Twin Peaks Ave, 1200 1201 

Kenvon Ave 1300 1301 

Stanford Heights Ave. .1400 1401 

Fowler (e) (e) 

Duncan's (^urt, from N s Broadway 

bet Grant Av and Stockton 
Duncomba Allay, from N 8 Jackson bet 

(3rant Av and Stockton 
Dunkirk (Bernal Height*, now Nevada 
Av) from Esmeralda Av, 8 te 
Ponhattan 
Dunne's Allay, from E s Kearny bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Dunihsa, from S s 0:ikdale Av bet 
Phelps and Quint, S E to Pnlou Av 



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Du^Mlt (now Grant Arenue) 
Duroni Allay. See Mia. 
Ow^ht (University Homestead), from 
W a San Bruno At S of Woolscy 
E South rnow Earl) 
Eigit, from Yukon W to Ouelli Av nr, 

Short 

Earl, from India. 8 W to County Line 

Exit North (now The Embarndero) 

from Market N parallel with the 

sea wall 

CroM SU. E. W. 

Market and Sacramento . (o) 1 

Commercial (o) 

Oay (o) 101 

Merchant (o) 

Washintton (o) 201 

Jackson (o) 301 

Pacific (o) 401 

Broadway (o) 501 

Vallejo (o) 601 

Union (o) 701 

Green (o) 801 

Filbert (o) 901 

Greenwich (o) 1001 

Lombard (o) 1101 

Chestnut (o) 1201 

Francisco (o) 1300 

Bay (o) 1400 

Eut Park (see Park) from Holly Park 

Av, E to Andover At 
East South, from Market S parallel 

with the sea wall 
Cnu Sit. E. W. 

Market (o) 2 

Mission (o) 100 

Howard (o) 200 

Folsom (o) 300 

Eastman, from N s Green bet Hyde and 

Larkin, N to Union 
Eastwood Drive, (Weatwood Park) E 
and N from Miramar Avenue to 
Miramar Avenue. 
Eaton Alley, from B s Green bet Powell 

and Mason 
Eckcr. from S s Market and from N I 

Folsom bet First and Second 
Ecuador (South S. F.). See Forty- 
Fourth At South 
Eddy, from junction Market and Powell 
bet Turk and Ellis, W to Calvary 
Cemetery 
CroM SU. N. S 

Market and Powdl 2 1 

Glasgow 

Eddy Place 

Mason 100 101 

Taylor 200 201 

Jones 300 301 

Warier Alley 

Leavenworth 400 401 

Hyde 800 501 

Larkin 600 601 

Polk 700 701 

Van Ness Avenue 800 801 

Franklin 900 901 

Gough 1000 (o) 

Octovia 1100 (o) 

Ucuna 1200 1201 

Buchanan 1300 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

FUlmore 1600 1501 

Steiner 1600 1601 

Bourbin 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Farren 

Scott 1800 1801 

DiTieadero 1900 1901 

Broderick 2000 2001 

St. Joseph's Avenue (e) (e) 

Eddy Wsit (now Edward), from Willard 

N to First At N of Turk 
Edgar Avenue (Lake View), from Bruce 

Av nr Harold Av 
Edgar Placs (now Edg.trdo), from W s 
Grant At bet Greenwich and 
Lombard 
Edgewood Avenua (late Sunset At) 
from Farasworth Lane W of 
Willard, 8 to Woodland At 
Edinburgh (Excelsior Homestead) 
from Silver Av, S W to Amaion 
EdKh (late Church Place), from W s 
Grant Av bet Greenwich and Lom- 
bard 



Edna (Sunnyside), from Havelock N to 

Thirty-second bet Detroit and 
Foerster 

Edward, from Willard N to Arfudlo 
Blvd N of Turk 

Egbert Avenue, from (bounty Line N W 
to Kailroud At, and from Newhall 
to Charter Oak At 

Eighteenth, from the bay bet Mariposa 
and Nineteenth, W to Ashbury 

CrMi Sit. N. 8. 

lUinois 800 801 

Kentucky 600 801 

Tennessee 700 701 

Minnesota 800 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsj'lTania 1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 1401 

Connecticut 1500 1501 

Arkansas 1600 1601 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina 1800 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhode Island 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue 2300 2301 

Utah 2400 2401 

Potrero Avenue 2500 2501 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 3000 3001 

Harrison 3100 3101 

Division 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 3200 3201 

Shotwell 

Howard 3300 3301 

Capp 

Mission 3400 3401 

San Carlos 

Lexington 

Valencia 3500 3501 

Lapidge 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Oakwood 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 3800 3801 

Sanchei 3900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 4050 4051 

Castro 4100 4101 

CoUingwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Eureka 4400 4401 

DougUsa 4500 4501 



Ord.. 



Hattie 4800 

Dover 4601 

Danvers (c) (c) 

Lower Terrace 

Ashbury 4800 4801 

Eighteenth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation, 8. For Noa see 
Nineteenth At 
Elghtaanth Avenue Seuth (now Revere 

At) 
Eighth, from S s Market bet Seventh 

and Ninth, S E to Sixteenth 
Crou Sit. W. E. 

Market. 












.... 100 


101 














Howard 


.... 200 


201 








Tehama 







ClementiDa 






Folsom 


.... 300 


301 


Ringgold 







Heron 


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Harrison 


.... 400 


401 


Bnant 


.... 800 


501 


Rrannan 


.... 600 


601 


Townsend 


....700 


701 


Eighth Av«nut, from 


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Nineteenth At 






Balboa 


... 600 


Mil 


C.brillo 


... 700 


701 



Fulton (c) (e) 

Golden Gate Park 

Lincoln Way 1200 1201 

Inring. 1300 1301 

Judah 1400 1401 

Kirkham 1500 1601 

Lamlon 1600 1601 

Moniga 1700 1701 

Eighth Avenue Ssuth (no» Hudson Av) 

El Dorado, from the bay S of Alameda, 
Wto 6th 

Eldrldga, from Chealey bet Harrison 
and Bryant 

Eleventh, from S s Market bet Tenth 
and Twelfth, S E to Brvant 

Croii Sit. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Mir 



Natoma 

Howard 200 

Kissling 

Henrietta .Square 

Burns Place 

Foleom 300 



301 



400 401 



Bi 



Bryant (e) 

Eleventh Avenua, from Mountain Lake 

Park, S to 8 
Cross Stt. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Qement 300 301 

Geary 400 401 

Arguello Blvd 500 601 

Balboa 600 601 

Cabrillo 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

For numbering South of Golden 
Gate Park see Nineteenth At 
Eleventh Avenue South (now Kirkwood 

Av 
Elgin Park, from Hermann bet Valen- 
cia and Market, S to Duboce At. 
Ellm Allay, from W a First bet Jesse 

and Mission 
Elliabath, from W a San Jose At bet 
Twenty-third and Twenty-fotirtb, 
W to Bellerue 
Crou Sli. N. 8. 

San Jose ATenue 2 

Guerrero 

Dolores 

CHiurch 

Orient 

Vicksburg 

Blanche 

Sanchei 400 401 

Noe 500 801 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Hoffman ATenue 900 901 

Bellevue te) (e) 

Elizabeth Place, from S e Folsom bet 

Third and Fourth 
Elk (Visitacion Valley). See Aber- 
deen 
Elk (Olen Park) from Glen At N to 

Arbor 
Elkhart, from W s Main bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Ellen (now Hoffman At), from 8 ■ 
Twenty-second bet Douglaaa and 
Bellevue 
Ellart, from North At nr Holly Park 

Circle, E to AndoTer At 
Ellary (now Rincon^. from 8 a Bryant 

bet First and .'Second 
Ellick Lane, from N a California bet 

Stockton and Powell 
Ellington Avenue, W of Misaion nr 

County Line 
Elliot (Reis Tract) bet Delta and Fay, 

from Leland Av N to WUde 
Elliot Lane (now Elton Lane) 
Elliot Park (now Endioott Park) 
Ellll, from junction Market and Stock- 
ton bet Eddy and O'Farrell, W to 
Calvary Cemetery 
Cross Stt. N. 8. 

Market and Stockton .... 2 1 

PoweU 100 101 

Glasgow 

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Taylor 300 301 

Jones 400 401 

Le&venworth 500 501 

Cohen PlAce 

Hyde 600 601 

Urkin 700 701 

Polk 800 801 

Van Ness Avenue 900 901 

Franklin 1000 1001 

Gough HOC 1101 

OctoTia 1200 1201 

Laguna 1300 1301 

Buchanan 1400 1401 

Hollis 

Webster 1500 1501 

Folger Alley 

Fillmore 1600 1601 

Steiner 1700 1701 

Bourbin 

Pierce 1800 1801 

Farren 

Scott 1900 1901 

Beideman 

Divisadero 2000 2001 

Broderick 2100 2101 

St. Joseph's Avenue (e) (e) 

Eiitworth (Bernnl Heights), from S s 
Esmeralda Av bet Anderson and 
Gates 
Elm (now Laussat), from W s Bu- 
chanan bet Waller and Haight 
W to Webster 
Elm, from W i Polk bet Golden Gate 

Av and Turk 
Crust SU. N. S. 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness Avenue 200 201 

FrankUn 300 301 

Gough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna (c) (c) 

Buchanan (c) (c) 

Webster (cj (c) 

Fillmore (c) (c) 

Steiner (c) (c) 

Pierce 1100 1101 

Scott (e) (e) 

Elmiri (South 3. F.). from lelaig Oeek 

S to Thornton Av 
El Monte (Fairmount Tract, late Wil- 
liam), from Beacon to Castro 
El Portal Way, from Alms House Rd to 

UUoa 
Eltle (late Cherubuaco), from Oso Av 
nr Winfield, S W to Holly Park 
Circle 
Elton Line, from O'Farrell nr Steiner, 

N to Endicott Park 
Elwood (late O'FarreU AUey). from N ■ 
O'Farrell bet Powell and Haaon, 
N and W to Mason 
Cmbireiiltro. See EaM Street North 

and South 
Emerton. from Laar«l Hill Omctery 
bet Josephine and Wood, 8 to 
Geary 
Emery Lant, from N • Valleio bet 
Stockton and Powell, N to Card 
Alley 
Emma, from E s Stockton bet Bush and 

Pine 
Emma (now Alpine), from point S of 
Waller, W of Castro. S to Four- 
teenth 
Emma (now Ledyard). from Silver Av 

nr Scott Av 
Emmat Place, from W s Stockton bet 

(^lifomia and Sacramento 
Endieoft Park, from W § Steiner bet 

O'Farrell and Geary 
Enterprise, from E s Folsom bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Entrada Court, (Ingleside Terrace) from 
W S Borico within circle of Urbano 
Drive 
Epstein (now Masonic Av), from Al- 
bany, W and N W to Java 
Eria. from E s Mission bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth. E to Folsom 
Erkisn Court, from N s Post bet Di- 

visadero and Broderick 
Ervina (Reis Tract) bet Alberta and 
Delta, from Camphell N to Wilde 
Esmeralda Avenua (Bemal Heights), 
from Coleridge Av, S E and E to 
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Essex, from S s Folsom bet First and 

Second. S E to Harrison 
Essex Place, from W s Eaaex bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
Eltaa. off Clarendon Ave, W to Stanyan 
Eitifana, E of San Bruno Av nr lalaii 

Creek 
Eitero Avenua (Incleside). from Alviso 

Wto Junipero Serra Blvd nr Mon- 

ticello 
Euclid Avenue, from E ■ Arguello Blvd 

bet CaUfomia and (Jeary, W to 

Pirker Av 
Eugenia Avenue (Bernal Heights), 

from Mission nr Thirtieth, S E and 

E to Prentiss 
Eugenie (now Emerson), from Laurel 

Hill Cemeter\- bet Josephine and 

Wood. S to Geary 
Eureka, from S s Seventeenth bet 

Diamond and Douglass, S to 

Twenty-third 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Seventeenth 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 300 801 

Twenty-first 400 401 

Twenty-second 500 601 

Twenty-third (e) (e) 

Eureka Place, from E s Larkin bet 

Bush and Pine 
Evans Avenue, from Water Front N W 

to lalais Creek 
Evatt, E of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Eva (Bernal Heights), from San Brtino 

Av S of Army, Wto HoUaday Av 
Everett (now Natoma), from W s 

Third bet Mission and Howard, 8 

W to Fourth 
Evsretl Place, from W s Mission bet 

Vnlenci:i .ind Twenty-ninth 
Evanon (Fairmount Tract), from 

Beacon nr Bemis 
Ewar Place, from W s Mason bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay 
Ewing Place (now Hemlock). W a 

Laguna bet Post and Sutter 
Excelsior Avenue, (formerly China At) 

E from Mission bet Japan and 

Brasil Av 
Exchange Place, from S s Pine bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Exeter, from Paul Av bet (jould and 

Crane. S to Salinas Av 
Fair Avenue, from Mission opposite 

Valencia. S E to Prospect 
Fair Oaks, from S s Twenty-first bet 

Guerrero and Dolores, 8 to 

Twenty-aiith 
Crtui SU. W. E 

Twenty-first 2 1 

Twenty-second 100 101 

Twentv-third 200 201 

Twenty-fourth 3D0 301 

Twenty-fifth 400 401 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

Fair Oaki Court See Oakwood 
Fairfax Avenue, from Water Front 

N W to Islais 
Fairmount (Fairmount Tract), from S. 

P. R. R., W to Bemis 
Faith (Bernal Heights), from HoUaday 

Av, N W to Brewster 
Falcon Avenue, from Danvers opposite 

Eighteenth, 8 W and S to Twenty- 

third 
Falcon Place (now Falloa Place) 
Falkland (South S. F.). See Sixtoeotk 

Av South 
Fallon Place, from E a Taylor bet 

Broadway and VaUejo 
Falmouth (kte WUlow), from 8 a Fol- 
som bet Fifth and Sixth, to Shir- 
ley 
Farallonet (Raik-oad Homestead), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Fargo Place (late Oluabia Ptaoe), 

from Boardman Plaeo bet Bryaat 

and Brannan 
Farngm (Glen Park Terrace) Iroas 

Moffitt, N to Thirty-firft 
Farntworth Lane, from Edgownod Av 8 

of PamasauB Av, W 
Farragut Avenue (West End Tract). 

from Mission nr County Line 



Farrall Covrt, E from JuUa, bet S«veat4i 

and Eighth 
Farron Avenue (now Street), froen N s 
Eddy bet Pierco and Scott, N to 
EUis 
Faxon Avenua (lake View), from Loka 

View Av, N to Ocean Av 
Fay. See Sawyer 

Fsdoral (late Frederick), from W a First 

bet Br>'ant and Brannan, to Second 

Fell, from junction Market and Polk 

bet Oak and Hayea, W to Stanyan 

Crm S:$. N. 6. 

Market and FoUi 1 1 

Van Neaa Avenno lOO 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough aOO SOI 

Octavia 400 401 

Laguna 500 501 

Buchanan 600 Ml 

Webster 700 701 

Fillmore 800 801 

Steiner 900 901 

Pierce 1000 1001 

Scott 1100 1101 

Divisadero 1200 1201 

Broderick 1300 1301 

Baker 1400 (o) 

Lyon 1500 (o) 

Central Avenue 1600 (o) 

Masonic • 1700 (o) 

Ashbury 1800 (o) 

Clayton 1900 (o) 

Cole 2000 (o) 

Shrader 2100 (o) 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Falla Place, frvm E s PoweU bet Bush 

and Pine 
Falten (University Homestead), from 
San Bruno Av bet Silliman and 
Burrows 
Fonton Allay, from Corbett At nr 

Twenty-fifth, W to Lincoln Av 
Fern Avenue (now Street) from W a 
Larkin bet Sutter and Bush, W to 
Gough 
Crm SU. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ness ATenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Gough (e) (e) 

Farria. See Blake 

FIftaonth, from Carolina bet Alameda 
and Sixteenth, W to Park BUI 
Av 
Crm SU. N. 8. 

CaroUna 2 1 

DeHaro 100 101 

Rhodelaland 200 201 

Kansaa 300 301 

Vermont 400 401 

San Bruno Avenue. 500 501 

Utah eeo Ml 

Potrero Avenue 700 701 

Haaapahire 800 801 

York 900 901 

Bryant 1008 1001 

Florida 1100 1101 

Alabama 1200 1201 

Harrison 1300 1301 

Folsom 1400 1401 

ShotweU 

Howard 1800 IJCl 

Natoma 

Capp 

Miana 

Miaaion ISOO 1(01 

Jaliaa Avenue 

Oalodonia 

Talaaeia 1700 

Albion 

GBfrrero 1800 1801 

AUeen 

Dolorea 1900 1901 

Laadoa 

Church aOOO 2001 

Sharon 

Market 

Saachei 2100 2101 

Noe 2200 2201 

Castro 2300 2301 

Beaver 2401 

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INIPPOrS' DRY GOODS CO. 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 



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FlllMatli Annul louth. See Oakdale Pace 400 401 



Av 
Hftk, from S i Market bet Fouith 

Siitb. S E to Daggett 
Crm fill. W. 

Market 2 

SteTeneon 

Mint 

Jeuie 

MJMon 100 



Oak 500 Ml 



FeU. 



101 



Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clemen tioa 

Folsom no 301 

Shipley 

Oara 

Harriwn 400 401 

Perry 

Bryant 800 801 

Brannan SOO 601 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 701 

Jewett 

King 800 801 

Berry 800 901 

Channel 1000 1001 

Hoopee 1100 1101 

Irwin 1200 1201 

HubbeU 1800 1101 

Dagjett 1400 1401 

Fifth Avenue, from Preaidio Reeerra- 
tion. For Nos. eee Nineteenth At 
Fifth Avenue South (now Evans At) 
FIgueroA (now Franconia), from Pe- 

ralta At. S B to Rutledge At 
Filbert, from the bay bet Union and 
Oreenwich. W to Preeidio Reeer- 
Tation 

Crau Sit. N. S. 

The Embarcadero 

Front 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Saneome 200 201 

Napier Alley 

Darrell Plaee 

Montfomcry 800 801 

Kearny 400 401 

(jenoa Place 

Varennee 

Harwood Alley 

Grant ATenue 800 801 

Medau Place 

Jasper Place 

KrausgriU Alley 

Stockton 600 (o) 

Powell 700 701 

Columbus ATenue 

Scotland 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Roach 

Redfield Alley 

Jones 1000 1001 

LeaTenworth 1100 1101 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Larkin 1800 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness ATenue 1600 1501 

FrankUn 1600 1601 

Goujh 1700 1701 

OcUTia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 20OO 2001 

Ahlers Court 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

SteincT 2800 2801 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2501 

DiriMdero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Filbert Place (now Genoa Plaoe> 
Fillmore, from N s Duboce Ave bet 
Webster and Steiner. N to the bay 

CroM SU. E. W. 
Duboce ATenue. 



Hel 



100 101 



600 601 
700 701 



Hayi 

Ototc 800 

Fulton 900 901 

McAllister 1000 1001 

Golden Gate ATenue. . . . 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

L-irch 

Eddy 1800 1301 

Ellis 1400 1401 

Byington 

O'FaireU 1500 1501 

Geary 1600 1601 

Poet 1700 1701 

Sutter 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

Wilmot 

Pine 2000 2001 

Calumet Place 

California 210O 2101 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2300 2801 

Washington 2400 2401 

Jackson 2500 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broadway 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 3101 

Piiley ATenue 

Greenwich 3200 3201 

Moulton 

Lombard 3300 3301 

Chestnut 3400 3401 

Francisco 3500 3501 

Bay 8600 8601 

NorthPoint 3700 3701 

Beach... • 3800 8801 

JeSeraon.' 3900 3901 

Tonquin 4000 4001 

Lewia (e) (e) 

Fillmore Place (now (>alumet Place) 
First, from 3 s Market bet Fremont and 

Second. S E to the bay 

Cross SU. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

SteTenson 

Jessie 

Elim Alley 



Flora (Silver Terrace), from Bay View 
bet Pomona and Newhall, S to 
Thornton At 
Florence. See Head 
Florence, from point N of Broadway 
bet Taylor and Jones. N to Vallejo 
Florence Alley, now Florentine 
Florentine, from E s Mission nr County 

Line 
Florida, from Division bet Br>'Bot and 

Alabama, S to Peralta Ay 
Cross Sit. W. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa SOO 601 

Eightoenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 901 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1801 

Twenty-siith 1400 1401 

Army 1500 1601 

PreciU Avenue 1600 1601 

Peralta ATenue. (e) (e) 

Flower, from Loomis, W to San Bruno 

At 
Foertter (Sunnyside). from point nr 
Staples Av bet Edna and Gen- 
esee. N to Thirtv-third 
Folgw Alley, from S s Ellis bet Webster 

and Fillmore 
Foltem. from the bay bet Howard and 
Harrison. S W and S to point 8 
of Creecent .Av 
Crou SU. N. S. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Steuart 



100 101 



WaUer 200 201 



Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 20! 

Tehama Place 

Tenny 

Clementina — — 

Folsom 800 801 

Guy Place 

Boston Place 

Lnnsing 

Harrison 400 401 

Simpson Place — — 

Gabrielle Place 

Goodsell Place 

First C^ourt 

Alger Place. 

Brvant 800 601 

Federal 

Brannan 

Bluxome 

Townsend 

Emburciidcro 

First Avenue. See Arguello Blvd. 

First Avenue South (now Arthur At) 

First Court, off First Street bet Har- 
rlsnii and Bryant 

Fisher Allsy, from E a Powell bet 
Pacific and Broadway 

Filch, from Indl.i, S W to County Line 

FWch Alley (now Fcnton Alley; 

Fitzgerald Avenue, from County Line 
N W to Railroad At. and from 
Newhiill to Charter Oak At 

Flint, from Sixteenth nr Ostro. to 
Albany 

Flint Alley (now Cowell Place) 

Flood Avenue (Sunnyside). from Cir- 
cular Av bet Hearst and Staples 
Av» W to Hamburg 



Brale 

Richardson Place 

Zeno Place 

Fremont 400 

Baldwin Co nrt 

Grote Place 

First 800 

Ecker 

Eeeex 

Second 600 

Hawthorne . . 

Hampton Place 

Third 700 

Ritch 

Elisa Plaee 

Ali< 



100 101 
200 201 



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Fourth 

Miller Place., 

Fifth 900 901 

Falmouth 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Ha 



Columbia Square 

Ruse 

Sherman 

Moss 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Hallam 

Rauech 

Rodgera 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Dore 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1400 1801 

Norfolk 

TweUth 1600 1601 

Thirteenth 17()0 1701 

Erie ' 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Enterprise 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2800 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twentv-firrt 2.500 2501 

Twentv-BCCOnd 2600 2(j01 



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Folsom— (CoDtinued) 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-6fth 2900 2901 

Twenty-siith 3000 3001 

Serpentine Avenue 

Army 3100 3101 

Precita Avenue 3200 3201 

Stoneman 3300 

Ripley 3400 3401 

Waltham 

Esmeralda Avenue 3500 3501 

Powhattan 3600 3601 

Eufenia Avenue 3700 3701 

Cortland " 3800 3801 

Jarboe " 3900 3901 

Tompkins " 4000 4001 

Ogden 4J0O 4101 

Crencent Avenue 4200 4201 

Feliom Avenue (see Rodger:) 

FooU Avtnua (Wect End Tract), from 

W fi Mission nr County Line 
Ford, from W a Sanche! bet Seven- 
teenth and Eijhteenth, W to Noe 
Ford (City Land Asaociation TVact), 

aee Byxbee 
Fortieth Avenue, from Clement, S to 
Yorba. For Noe. «ee Nineteenth Av 
Fortieth Avenue South, see Pulaski Av 
Forty-«lghth Avenue, from point N of 
Clement, S to OceAn Boulevard. 
For Nob. see Nineteenth Av 
Forty-fifth Avenue, from Clement 8 
to Yorba. For Nos. see Nineteenth 
Av 
Forty-fifth Avenue South, see Ugarte Av 
Forty-firit Avenue, from Clement S 
to Yorba. For Nos. see Nineteenth 
Av 
Forty-flrit Avenue South, see QuebecAv 
Forty-fourth Avenue, from Clement 8 
to Yorba. For Nos. see Nineteenth 
Av 
Forty-fourth Avenue South, see Tovar 

Av 
Forty-ninth Avenue, eee La Playa 

For Nos. see Nineteenth Av 
Forty-iocond Avenue, from Clement 8 
to Yorba. For Noa. see Nineteenth 
Af 
Forty ueond Avenue South, see RIchter 

At 
Forty-ieventh Avenue, from Clement 8 
to Yorba. For Nos. see Nineteenth 
At 
Ferty-tixth Avenuo, from Clement S to 

Yorba. 
Forty-third Avenue, from Clement 8 
to Yorba. For Nos. see Nineteenth 
At 
Forty-third Avenue South, aee Sampson 

Av 
Fountain, from S s Twenty-fourth bet 
Hoffman Av and Bellevue, 8 to 
Clipper 
Fourteenth, from W a Harrison bet 
Duboce Avenue and Fifteenth, W 
to Buena Vista Terrace 
CrMj SU. N. 8 

Harrison 2 1 

Treat Avenue 

Folsom 100 101 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 201 

Natoma 

Minna 

Mission 300 

Woodward 

Julian Avenue 

Stevenson 

Valencia 400 

Guerrero 600 

Roaemont Place 

Dolores 600 

Landers 

Market 

Church 700 

Belcher 

Boyntoo Court 

Sanchei 800 

Walter 

Noe 900 

Castro 1000 

Alpine 

Bucna Vista Ter (e) 



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STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

Fourteenth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation S to Wawona. For 
Nos. see Nineteenth At 
Fourteenth Avenue South (now New- 
comb At) 
Fourth, from S s Market bet Third and 

Fifth, S E to the bay 
CroM Stt. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Pioneer Place 

Stevenson 



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Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsora 30O 

Shipley 

Clara 

Harrison 400 

Perry 

Stlllman 

Brj'ant 800 

Welsh 

Freelon 

Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 

Kir 



Frankfort Avenue, from N s Thu'teentb 

bet Mission and Howard 
Franklin, from N s Market bet Van 
Nesa Av and Gough, N to Bay 
Crou Sit. E. W 

Market and Pale 2 1 

Lily 

Oak 100 101 

Hickory 

t P«ll 200 201 

Linden 

Hayee 300 301 

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Fulton 500 501 



Ash. 



701 



Berry 800 801 

Channel 

Hooper 1100 1101 

Irwin 1200 1201 

Hubbell IJOO 1301 

Daggett 1400 1401 

Kentucky 

Illinois 1600 

Michigan 1700 

Georgia 

Louisiana (e) 

Fourth Avenue, from Presidio Reserva- 
tion, S to KIrkham. For Nos. aee 
Nineteenth Av 
Fourth Avenue South (now Davidson 

Av) 
Fout Avenuo, off Eighteenth, from S s 
Clarendon Av, S to Pemoerton PI 
Fowler Avenue (Stanford Heights), 

from Twenty-fifth, S to Sussex 
France Avenue (Excelsior Homestead). 

from Miasion S of Russia Av 
Francli (Academy Tract), from N W • 

Mission bet Cotter and Croke 
Frtnclico, from the bay bet Chestnut 
and Bay, W to Presidio Reserva- 
tion 
Crm SU. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 

Moateomery 

Kearny 100 101 

Grant Avenue 200 201 

Midway 

Bellair Place 

Stockton 300 301 

Worden 

PoweU 400 401 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 600 601 

Columbus Avenue 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde (c) (e) 

Lnrkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 



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Gough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1500 1501 

fapna (c) (c) 

Loboa Square 

Webster 1800 1801 

Fillmore 1900 1901 

Steiner 2000 2001 

Pierce 2100 2101 

Scott 2200 2201 

Divisadero 2300 2301 

Broderick 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2501 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Franeonia Avenue (now Street) (Bernal 
Heights), from S 8 of Peralta Av 
W of York, S to Powhattan Av 
Frank, from W s Mason bet Pine and 
California 



McAllister 600 601 

Redwood 

Golden Gate Avenue 700 701 

Elm 

Turk :: 800 801 

Larch 

Eddy 900 901 

Willow 

EUis logo 1001 

Olive 

O'FarreU 1100 1101 

Myrtle 

Geary. 1200 1201 

Post ,300 1301 

Sutter J400 1401 

Fern . 

Bush 1500 1501 

Austin 

Pine 1600 1601 

Califo nia 1700 1701 

Sacramento 1800 1801 

Clay 1900 1901 

Washington 2000 2001 

Jackson 2100 2101 

Pacific Avenue 2200 2201 

Broadway 2300 2301 

Vallejo 2400 2401 

Green 2500 2501 

Union. 2600 2601 

Filbert 2700 2701 

Greenwich 2800 2801 

Btackstone 

Lombard 2900 2901 

Chestnut 8000 30O1 

Francisco 3100 3101 

Bay 

Fort Mason 

Franklin Park, bet Sixteenth, Seven- 
teenth. Hampshire and Bryant 
Frederick, from Buena Vista Av S of 

Waller, W to Arguello Blvd 
Freadom, E of San Bruno Av nr Islaie 

Creek 
Freelon, from W s Zoe bet Bryant and 

Brannan, S W to W of Fourth 
Freeman Court, from SsClay bet Powell 

and Mason 
Fremont, from 8 s Market bet Beale 

and First, 8 E to the bay 
Ctmi Stt. W. E 

Market 2 1 

Missson 100 101 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Lincoln Place 

Folsom. 300 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Lawrence Place 

Bryant 600 501 

Brannan 

The Embnrcadero 

Fremont Court. See Freeman (3ourt 
French (now Charles), from W side 

Mission nr West Av 
Froino (South S. F,), from the bay 
bet Plumae and India, W to Arthur 
At 
Front, from N s Market bet Davis and 

Battery, N to the bay 
Crou Stt. E. W. 

Market 2 1 

Pine 100 101 

California 200 201 

Halleck 

Sacramento 300 301 

Commercial 

Clay 400 401 

Merchant 

Washington 500 601 

Oregon — 



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Franklin 2353 




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Front — cCootinued) 

J»ckaon 600 601 

anrk 

Pacific 700 701 

Chambera 

Broadway 800 801 

Vallejo 900 901 

Green 1000 1001 

Commerce 

Union 1100 1101 

FUbert 

The Embarcadcro 

Fulton, from N 8 Market bet Grove and 
McAllister W to the ocean 

Cro«> Sit. N. 8. 

Larkin 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van New Avenue 200 201 

FrankUn 300 301 

Goujh 400 401 

Octavia 800 501 

Laiuna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 801 

Fillmore 900 901 

Steiner 1000 

Pierce 1100 

Scott 1200 1201 

Dirisadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyen 1600 1601 

Central ATenua 1700 1701 

Haaonic " (o) 1801 

Aabbury (o) 

Clayton (o) 

Cole (o) 

Parker Avenue 2200 

Shrader 

North Stanyan 2300 

Stanyan (o) 

WiUard North 2400 

ArpielloBlvd. 2500 

Second Avenue. 



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2001 
2101 

2201 




Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eifhth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth 

Fourteeoth 

Fifteenth 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Twenty-first 

Twenty-second 

Twenty-third 

Twenty-fourth 

Twenty-fifth 

Twenty-sixth 

Twenty-aeventh 

Twenty-eighth 

Twenty-ninth 

Thirtieth 

Thirty-firet 

Thirty-second 

Thirty-third 

Thirty-fourth 

Thirty-fifth 

Thirty-sixth 

Thirty-seventh 

Thirty-eighth 

Thirty-ninth 

Fortieth 

Forty-first 

Forty-second 

Forty-third 

Forty-fourth 

Forty-fifth 

Forty-sixth 

Forty-seventh 

Forty-eighth 



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2800 
2900 
3000 
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3200 



.3300 
.3400 
.3500 
..3600 
.3700 
..3800 
.3900 
.4000 
.4100 
.4200 
.4300 
.4400 
..4500 
.4600 
.4700 
..4800 
.4900 
.5000 
.5100 
.5200 
.5300 
.5400 
.5500 
.5800 
..5700 
..5800 
.5900 
.6000 
..6100 
..6200 
.6300 
.6400 
.6500 
.6600 
.6700 
.6800 
.6900 
.7000 
.7100 
.7200 



Cainat. from N e Green bet Battery 

and Saneome, N to Union 
Gaiter Court, from E • Guerrero bet 

Sixteenth and Camp 
Gale, from S s Townsend bet First and 

Second 
Galvoz Avenue, from Water Front, N W 

to Islaia Creek 
Gambler (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av, S to Olmstead 
Garcia Avenue (Forest Hill) off Pa- 

checo nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 
Garden (now Harriet) 
Garden Avenue (now Street), from W s 
Divisadero net Geary and Post 
W to Broderick 
Garden Lane, E from San Joee Av nr 

Tingley 
Gardner, from N s Post bet Kearny and 

Grant Av 
Garfield (City Land Ase'n Tract), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Garflsid Avenue. See Lucky 
Garfield Square, bet Twentv-fifth. 
Twentv-sixth, Harrison and Treat 
Av 
Garibaldi, from N a Green bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Union 
Gatat (Bernal Heights), from S B Es- 
meralda Av nr Ellsworth 
Gaven, from W 8 San Bruno Av nr 

head Islais Oeek 
Gaven Place. 8m Grover Place 
Geary, from junction Market and 
Kearny bet O'Farrell and Post, 
W to Sutro Heights 
CroM Stt. N. 8. 

Market and Kearny 2 1 

Brooks 

Grant Avenue 100 101 

Stockton (o) 201 

Powell 300 301 

Regan Place 

Mason 400 401 

Martha Place 

Metcalfe Place 

Taylor 500 601 

Geary Place 

William 

Jones 600 601 

Geary Court 

Leavenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Vasserot Place 

Saratoga C^urt 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van Ness Avenue 1100 1101 

Franklin 1200 1201 

Gough 1300 1301 

Octavia 1400 1401 

Laguna 1500 1501 

Buchanan 1600 1601 

Sunny Court 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Avery 

Steiner (o) 1901 

Scott 2100 2101 

Divisadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2300 2301 

St. Joseph" Avenue 

Baker 2400 (o) 

Lyon 2500 (a) 

Presidio Avenue 2600 (o) 

Josephine 

Masonic Avenue 2700 2701 

Emerson 

Wood 2800 2801 

ColUns 2900 2901 

Blake 3000 3001 

Cook 3100 3101 

Boycp 3200 3201 

Parker .\venue 3300 3301 

Commonwealth Avenue. .3400 3401 

Johnston Avenue 3600 3601 

Jordan Avenue 3600 3601 

Henderson Avenue. . . .3700 3701 



La Playa V300 (o) 

Funston Avenue (formerly 13tb Av), 

from Mountain Lake Park, S to 

Ulloa. For Noa. See Nineteenth Av 

G South. See Griffith 

Gabrlali* Place, from E s First bet 

lliirrijon and Bryant 



Palm 

ArgucUo Boulevard. 

Second Avenue 

Third 

Fourth 

Fifth 

Sixth 

Seventh 

Eighth 



.3800 3801 



.3900 3901 

.4000 4001 

.4100 4101 

.4200 4201 

.4300 4303 

440O 4401 



Ninth Avenue. . . .4500 4501 

Tenth • ...4600 4601 

Eleventh * ...4700 4701 

Twelfth ■ . .4800 4801 

Thirteenth • ...4900 4901 

Fourteenth " ...6000 6001 

Fifteenth * ...5100 5101 

Sixteenth * ...5200 5201 

Seventeenth ' . ...5300 5301 
Eighteenth ' ...5400 6401 

Nineteenth ' ...5600 5501 

Twentieth ' ...5600 5601 

Twenty-first • ...5700 5701 
Twenty-eecond * ...5800 SSOl 
Twenty-third • ....5900 5901 
Twenty-fourth " ...6000 6001 
Twenty-fifth " .. .6100 6101 
Twenty-«iitb * ...6200 6201 
Twenty-aeventh ' ... .6300 6801 
Twenty-eighth ' ...6400 6401 
Twenty-ninth " .. .6500 6501 
Thirtieth " ...6600 6601 

Thirty-firat ■ ... 6700 6701 
Thirty-second ■ . . .6800 6801 
Thirty-third • . .6900 6901 
Thirty-fourth " . . 7000 7001 
Thirty-fifth • ...7100 7101 
Thirty-aiith • ....7200 7201 
Thirty-aeventh • ...7300 7101 
Thirty-eighth " ...7400 7401 
Thirty-ninth " ...7500 7501 

Fortieth " .... 7601 

Forty-firat " .... 7701 

Forty-aeoond " ... 7801 

Fortrthird • ...7900 7901 
Forty-fourth " ... 8000 8001 
Forty-fifth " ...8100 8101 

Forty-sixth " ... 8200 8201 
Forty-seventh " ...8300 8301 

Forty-eighth " (e) (e) 

Sutro Heights. 
Gatry Court, from N s Geary bet Jonea 

and Leavenworth 
Gatry Place, from S a Geary bet Taylor . 

and Jones 
Ganatae (Sunnyside). from point nr 
Staples Av bet Foerster and 
Hamburg, W to Sussex 
Ganava. See Lucerne 
Geneva Avenue, from point nr Ocean Av, 
S E to Moscow, bet Seneca and 
Niagara Ave to Mission, beyond 
Mission l)et Amazon and Rolpb 
Genoa Place, from N s Union bet 
Kearny and Grant Av.N to Filbert 
Gaorga (closed), from Hooper bet Fifth 

and Sixth, S E to Hubbcll 
Gaorgia, from the bay bet Louisiana 

and Michigan, S to Arthur Av 
Garka Allay, from E s Grant Av bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
GarmaniB Avanua (now Street), from 
W a Webster bet Hermann and 
Waller. W to Steiner 
Gartrudit, E of San Bruno Av nr Islaia 

Creek 
Gatz, from Mount Vernon Av W of 

North to Harold Av 
GIbb, from W 8 Columbua Av bet 

Washington and Jackson 
GlbralUr (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 

Gllman Avanua. from (bounty Line, N W 

to Railroad Av 
Gllroy (near (bounty Line) from Inger- 
8on Av to Jamestown Av Del 
Griffith and Hawea 
GIrard (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av, S to Wilde 
Gladys, from Santa Marina nr Mission, 

S W to West Av 
GlatBow, from N s Eddy bet Powell 

and Mason. N to Ellis 
Glan Avanua. See Chenery, nr Dia- 
mond, W to Surrey 
Glan Avanua (Stanford Heights), from 
Thirtieth and Bellevue, N W to 
Valley and Twin Peaks Av 
Glandala, from Falcon Av bet Oipper 
Alley and Romnin. W to Clorbett At 
Glovar, from W s Jones bet Broadwav 
and Vallejo. W to Leavenworth 
Godaui, from Mission nr Thinipth to 
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Go«thf, from Hiflsion or County Line, 
N W 

Gotttlngtn (Unirersity Homestesd). 
from S Silrer At, S to Campbell 
Av 

Going (Reii Tract) bet Cambridge and 
Sawyer from Arleta At, N to Bow 

6«ld, from W ■ Sansome bet Jackson 
and Pacific. W to Montgomery 

Gold Allty (now Goldins Al) 

Goldan Court, from S s Sacramento bet 
Jone8 and LeaTenworth 

Goldon Gttt Avtnua, from junction 
Market and Taylor bet McAULjter 
and Turk. W to Airiello Bkd 

CroM SU. N. S. 

Market and Taylor 2 1 

Jones 100 101 

LeaTenwortb 200 201 

Dale Place 

Hyde 300 301 

Golden Place 

Larkin 400 401 

Polk 500 601 

Van Nea ATenue 600 Ml 

Franklin 700 701 

Gough 800 801 

OcUTia (o) 901 

Laguna 1000 1001 

Buchanan 1100 1101 

Crane Place 

Webster 1200 1201 

Fillmore 1300 1301 

Steiner 1400 1401 

Pierce 1500 1501 

Scott 1600 1601 

Seymour 

DiTiaadero 1700 1701 

Broderick 1800 1801 

Baker 1900 1901 

Lyon 2000 2001 

Central ATenue 2100 2101 

Masonic (c) (c) 

Masonic Cemetery 

WiUardNorth 2800 2801 

ArgueoU BlTd. (e) (e) 

Goldtn Gats Park, bet Fulton and H 
streets, from Stanyan W to the 

Goldsn Place, from N s Golden Gate 

At bet Hyde and Larkin 
Goldtn Stats Avsnus, from Lake View 
Ave N to Ocean Ave bet Plymouth 
and Uiramar Ats 
Qolding Allsy, from Grand View At 

opp Elisabeth, W to Lincoln At 
Goldman Place. See Warren Place 
Good Children (now Child) 
Goodtsll Place, from E e First bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Gordon, from N s Harrison bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Gorfiam, from Sprin^dale to San Jose 

At, bet Badger and Tingley 
GotMrg. S E of Mission nr County 
Line 
ough. from N Market bet Franklin 
and Octavia. N to Bay 
CroM SU. E, W. 

Market and Haight 2 1 

Rose 

Page lOO 101 

LUy 

Oak 200 201 

Hickory 

Fell 300 301 

Linden 

Hayes 400 401 

iTy 

GroTC 500 501 

Fulton 600 601 

Ash 

McAUister 700 701 

Golden GaU Ayenue. . . . 800 (o) 

Elm (o) 

Turk 900 (0) 

Eddv 1000 1001 

Willow 

EUis 1100 1101 

O'Farrell 1200 1201 

M>Ttle 

Geary 1300 1301 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1500 1501 

Fern 

Bush 1600 1601 

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STKEET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

Pine 1700 1701 

CaUfornia ISOO 1801 

Sacramento 1900 (o) 

Clay 2000 (o) 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

Pacific Arenue 2300 2301 

Broadway 2400 2401 

Vallejo 2500 2501 

Green 2600 2601 

Union 2700 2701 

Filbert 2800 2801 

Greenwich 2900 2901 

Lombard 3000 3001 

Chestnut 3100 3101 

Francisco 3200 3201 

Bay (c) (c) 

Fort Mason 

Gould, from Paul At bet Carr and 

Exeter, S to Salinas At 
Grace, from S s Mission bet Ninth and 

Tenth, S E to Howard 
Grace Terrace, from S s California bet 

Grant At and Stockton 
Grafton Avenue (Lake View), from Har- 
old Av. W to Ashton At 
Graham Place, from N s Green bet 
Grant At and Stockton. N to 
Union. See Price Row 
Granada Avenue (Lake View), from 

Lake View Av, N to Ocean Av 
Grand (now Grace) 

Grand Place, from S s Filbert bet 
Kearny and Grant At. See 
Harwood Alley 
Grand View Avenue, from Corwin, S to 

Corbett At and Twenty-fourth 
Grant (College Homestead), from Canal 

S to Silver Ave 
Grant (now Buell) 

Grant Allsy, from S s Fifteenth bet 
Guerrero and Dolores, S to Six- 
teenth. See Spencer Alley 
Grant Avenue, from N s Market bet 
Kearny and Stockton, N to the bay 
CrMi Sis. E. W. 

Market and O'FarreU. . 2 1 

Geary 100 101 

Manila 

Post 200 201 

Ashburton Place 

Compton Place. 

Tillman .Alley 

Sutter 300 301 

Harlan Place 

Bush 400 401 

Pine 500 601 

Vinton Court 

California 600 601 

Sicramento 700 701 

Commercial 

aav 800 801 

Washington 900 901 

Hall Court 

Jackson 1000 1001 

Cum Cook Alley 

Baker Alley 

Pacific 1100 1101 

Adler 

Broadway 1200 1201 

Columbus .Avenue 

Hinckley 

VaUeio 1300 1301 

Green 1400 1401 

Union 1600 1501 

Noble's Alley — — 

Filbert 1600 1601 

Gerke.AUey 

Pardee Alley 

Greenwich 1700 1701 

Edith 

Edgardo Place 

I.nmbard 1800 1801 

Whiting 

Chestnut 1900 1901 

Pleiffer 

Ashton 

Francisco 2000 2001 

Bav 2100 2101 

NorthPoint 2260 2201 

Beach 

The Embarcadero 

Grant Place (now Grote Place) 
Gratun, from Clayton nr .Alma At. W 

to Stanvan 
Great Highway. See Ocean BnuleTnrd 
Greece, from KniirhlV Pli'- ^' "' 



Groon, from the bay bet Vallejo and 
Union, W to Presidio Reservation 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

The Embarcadero and 

DaTis 2 1 

Front 

Battery 100 101 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 201 

Calhoun - — 

Montgomery 300 301 

Garibaldi — 

Kohler's Place 

Windsor Place 

Reed Place 

Kearny 400 401 

Sonora 

Varennea 

Grant ATenue 500 501 

Bannam Place 

Jasper Place 

Price Row 

Columbus Avenue 

Stockton 600 601 

Powell 700 701 

August Alley 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Jones lOOO 1001 

LeaTenworth 1100 1101 

New Orleans ATenue — 

Hamlin 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Eastman 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Buchanan 2000 2001 

Webster 2100 2101 

Fillmore 2200 2201 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce 2400 2401 

Scott 2500 2601 

DiTisadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (c) 

Groon Avenue (Cirocker Tract). oS 

Mission nr County Line 
Green Place (now Windsor Place) 
Groon'l Court, from N s Howard bet 

Steuart and Spear 
Qroonwich. from the bay bet Filbert 
and Lombard, W to Presidio 
Reservation 
Cross Sit. N. S. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Battery 100 101 

Sansome 200 201 

Pringle Court 

Montgomery 300 301 

Kearny 400 401 

Telegraph Place 

Grant Avenue 500 601 

Kramer Place 

Stockton 600 601 

Brant Alley 

Powell 700 701 

Grover Place 

Greenwich Alley 

Mason 800 801 

Hartman 

Taylor.'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 900 901 

Roach 

Jones 1000 1000 

Leavenworth 1100 1101 

Southard Place — — 

Hvde 1200 1201 

Larkin 1300 1301 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue 1500 1501 

Franklin 1600 1601 

Blafksfonc 

Impcri;'! Avenue 

Gough 1700 1701 

tinavin 1800 1801 

Urunn 1900 1901 

H..I. Court 

Buch:.T.»n 2000 2001 

WVIvi,., 2100 2101 

F!!'".nrp 2200 2201 

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Greenwich— (Continued) 

PiiTce 240O 2401 

Stotl 2500 2501 

Diriaadero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

firtenwieh Piece, from N ■ Greenwich 
bet Powell and Mason, N to 
Lombard 
Qreenwieh Terrace, off Greenwich bet 

Hyde and Leerenworth, 3 
Srenidt (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
third At South 
Orifflth, from India S W to Countv Line 
firimm'i Place, from S a Pacific bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Qrote Place, from S a FoUom bet Fre- 
mont and First 
fireve, from N a Market bet Haye* 

and Fulton, W to Stanyan 
Crou Sit. N. S, 

Larkin 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Keaa Avenue 200 201 

FranUin 300 JOl 

Gough 400 401 

Octavia 500 501 

Lajunn 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster 800 



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Alamo Square. 

Scott 1200 1201 

Diviaadero 1300 1301 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Ontral Avenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Avenue 1800 1801 

Aahbury 1900 1901 

(Dayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Srevelend Avenue (now street), bet 
C^selli Av and Eagle, N to Moss Av 

Qrover Place, from E s Columbuf Av 
nr Filbert, N to Greenwich 

Suideluie (South S. F.). See Thir- 
tieth Av South 

Quttemali (South S. F.). See Forty- 
second Av South 

Querrero, from S s Market bet Valencia 
and Dolores, 8 to San Jose Av 

Cro.. Si.. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Duboce Avenue 100 101 

Clinton Park 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 200 201 

Fifteenth 300 301 

Siiteenth 400 401 

Gaiaer Court 

C^mp 

Seventeenth 600 501 

Dorland 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 800 801 

Liberty 

Twenty-firet 900 901 

Hill 

Twenty-second 1000 1001 

Alvarmdo 

Twenty-third 1100 1101 

Hiiabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-eiith 1400 1401 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1500 1501 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1600 1601 

San Jose Avenue ....... (e) (e) 

Oulana (South S. F.). See Thirty 
second Av South 

Qundlaeh, W of San Bruno Av nr 
County Line 

Qunntion Avenue (Bernal Heights, now 
Harrison), from S » Precita Av bet 
.Alabama and Treat Av 

Qutenberg (West End Homestead), 
S K of Mission nr County Line 



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1299 
1301 
1401 
1601 
1601 



Buy Place, from W t First bet Folsom 

and Harrison 
H (now Lincoln Way) 
H South. See Hawee 
Hahn, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Halght, from junction Market and 
Gough, bet Waller and Page, W 
to Stan.van 
Croat Sl4. N. 8. 

Market and (jough 2 1 

Conway Court 

Octavia 100 '"' 

Laguna 200 

Buchanan 300 

Webster 400 

FiUmore 600 601 

Sleiner 600 601 

Pierce 700 701 

Scott 800 801 

Divisadero 900 901 

Broderick 1000 1001 

Buena Vista Avenue (o) 

Baker 1100 

Lyon 1200 

Buena Vista Avenue 

Central Avenue 1300 

Masonic Avenue 1400 

Ashbury 1500 

Clayton 1600 

Belvedere 

Cole 1700 1701 

Shrader 1800 1801 

Stonyan (e) (e) 

Hale, from W s San Bruno Av nr head 

Islnis Creek 
Hill Alley, from S s Vallejo bet San- 
some and Montgomery 
Hall Court, from W s Grant Av bet 

Washington and Jackson 
Hall Place, from N s Jackson bet 

Leavenworth and Hyde 
Hallam, from S s Folsom bet Seventh 

and Eighth 

Halleck, from W a Front bet California 

and Sacramento, W to Leidesdorff 

Hamburg (Sunnyside), from Flood Av 

W of Genesee. N to Melrose Av 

Hamerton Avenue, bet Bishop and 

Lippard Av, from Chenery, S to 

Mangels Av 

Hamilton (University Homestead) 

from S s Silver Av, S to Mansell 

Hamilton Avenue (now Hamerton Av) 

Hamilton Square, bet Steiner, Scott, 

Geary and Post 
Hamlin, from N s Green bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 
Hammond Place, from S s Townsend 
bet Second and Third. S E to King 
Hampshire, from Division bet Potrero 

Av and York, S to Serpentine Av 
Croat Sit. W. E. 

Division 2 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

'Sixteenth (o) 301 

.Seventeenth 400 401 

Mariposa 600 

Eighteenth 600 

Nineteenth 700 

Twentieth 800 

Twenty-first 900 

Twenty-second 1000 

Twentv-third 1100 

Twentv-fourth 1200 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Serpentine Avenue (e) (e) 

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 Eight- 
eenth and Nineteenth, W to Noe 
Manna (now Hanover) 
Hanover (West End Homestead), 8 E 

of Mission nr County Line 
Hardle Place, from E i Kearny bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Hardy (now Harlow) 
Harkneti Avenue (now street, Rei 
Tract) from W e San Bruno Av, 
bet Wilde and Ankeny 
Harlan Place, from W ■ Grant Av bet 

Sutter and Bush 
Harlem Alley, from N ■ O'Farrell bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 



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1001 
1101 
1201 



Harlow, trom S s Sixteenth bet diurch 

and Sanches, S to Seventeenth 
Harold Avenue (Lake View), from 

Getsnr Grafton Av, N to Ocean 

Av 
Harper (Fainnount Tract, lata Bart- 

lett), from Thirtieth nr Noe, 8 to 

Laidley 
Harriet, from 8 s Howard bet Siith and 

Seventh, S E to point 8 of Brannai 
Harrlman Avenue ((>ock(T Bay Shore 

Tract) from San Bruno Av, 8 to 

nr County Line 
Harrington (Academy Tract), from N 

W t Mission bet Croke and Norton 
Htrrli Place, from E i Laguna bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Harrison, from the bay bet Folsom and 

Bryant, 3 W and 8 to Riplar 
Croee 5(t. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 

Bteuart 



Snear. 
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100 101 
200 XI 
101 



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Beale. 

Fremont 400 

First no 

Rincon — 

Essex 

Sterling Place 

Charlcetown Plane 

Second 600 101 

Vassar Place 

Hawthorne 

Hampton Court 

Third 700 701 

Ritch 

Fourth 80O 801 

Fifth too 801 

Merlin 

Oak Grove 

Morris 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Columbia Square — — 

Sherman 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Langton 

Chesley 

Berwick Place 

Hayward 

Eighth 1200 1301 

Gordon • 

Ninth laOO 1101 

Dore 

Tenth 1400 1401 

Juniper 

Eleventh 1500 IfiOl 

Norfolk 

Twelfth 1600 

Thirteenth 1700 

Fourteenth 1800 

Alameda 1801 

Fifteenth 1800 1801 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Division 

Seventeenth 3100 1101 

Mariposa 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2101 

Iwentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-firet 2500 2601 

Twentv-sechnd 2600 2801 

Twentv-third 2700 2701 

Twentv-fourth 2S0O 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2801 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army 3100 1101 

Precita Avenue 3200 3201 

Norwich 3300 3301 

Ripley (e) (e) 

Harrison Avenue (now Hallam) 

Harry (Fainnount Tract), from Laidley 
to Beacon 

Harry Place (now Harris Place) 

Hart, E of San Bruno Av nr County 
Line 

Hartford, from S s Seventeenth bet 
Noe and Oistro, S to Twentieth 

Hartman, from N s Greenwich bet 
Mason and Tavlor, N to Columbus 
Av 

Harvard (University Homestead), from 

S s Silver Av bet Oxford and 
Gambler. S to Olmstead 

Htrwosd Allty, from S s Filbert bet 
Kearnv and Grant Av 



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STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 



Hastingi Pltct. from E e Hyde bet 

Union and Filbert 
Httti«, from Corbttt At W ot C\rai> At 

S to EightMnth 
Hivdock (l»t« Henry), from Pan Jose 

At nr Ocean At, W 
Htvant, from W s LeaTcnworth bet 

Union and Filbert 

Hawet, from India, S W to County Line 

Hawthornt. from 8 s Howard bet 

Second and Third. S E to Harrison 

Hayn. from iunction Market and Lar- 

kin. bet Fell and GroTe, W to 

Stanyan 

C'ou RU. N. S. 

llarket and Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

VanNoMiTenue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Cough 400 401 

OctaTia 500 601 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster; 800 801 

Fillmore 800 901 

Steiner (o) 1001 

Pierce (o) 1101 

Scott 1200 1201 

Divlaadero 1300 1»1 

Broderick 1400 1401 

Baker 1500 1501 

Lyon 1600 1601 

Central ATenue 1700 1701 

Masonic Ayenue 1800 1801 

Aahbury 1900 1901 

Clayton 2000 2001 

Cole 2100 2101 

Shrader 2200 2201 

Stanyan (e) (e) 

Hayward, from 8 ■ Harriaon bet 

SeTenth and Eighth 
Hatd (City Land Asaociation Tract), 
and Ingleaide Ter). from Ashton 
Av. S to County Line bet Bright 
and Victoria 
Haant Avanai (Sunnyiide late Moulton 
At), from Circular At bet Sunny- 
aide and Flood Ati, W to Ham- 
burg 
Haath (now HoUadav At) 
Haekar, from Oakdale At, S W to 

Bameyeld At 
Halan, from S e California bet Learen- 

worth and Hyde. 
Halana (South 8. F.). £ of San Bruno 

At nr SilTer At 
Hamlock. from W ■ Larkin bet Pott 

and Sutter, W to Laguoa 
Cnu SU. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 no 

Van Nc» Avenoe (c) (c) 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octayia 500 501 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Handtntn Avanua, from S b Geary bet 

Johnston and ArKuello BWd 
Henrietta (now Eugenia Ayenue), from 

Prospect At, E to Bocana 
Htnrlttta Square, from E s EleTenth 

bet Howard and Folsom 
Henry, from W s Sanchei bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, to point W 
of Castro 
Henry ^Uniyersity Homestead) see 

Fclton 
Hermann, from Market bet Brady and 
Duboce At. W to Steiner (from 
Otis to Market now McCoppIn) 
CroM Stt. N. S. 

Market 

Laguna 2 1 

Buchanan 100 101 

Webster 200 201 

(Church 

Fillmore 300 301 

Steiner (e) (e) 

Haron, from W s Mariposa Terrace be 
Folsom and Harrison, 8 W to 
Eighth 
Hayman Avenue, from Prospect At S 

of Virginia At 
Hickory Avenue (now Mreet). from W s 
Van Ness At bet Oak and Fell. W 
to Webster 



Van Sest ATenue 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavia 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 

Buchanan 500 601 

Webster (e) (e) 

Hidalgo Terrace, S s Dolores bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 
HIjh. from Twenty-fifth W of Belleyue, 

S to Twenty-siith 
Highland Avenua (late Plymouth At), 
from S P. R. R. nr Charles, E to 
HoUy Park arcle 
Highland Avenue. N of Remain. See 

Glendale. 
Hlliritas (Glen Park) from Arbor, N to 

Diamond 
Hill, from W s Valencia bet Twenty-first 
and Twenty-second, W to Castro 
CroM SU. N. 8 

Valencia 2 1 

Guerrero (c) (e) 

Dolores (c) (e) 

Church 300 801 

Sanchei 400 401 

Noe 500 401 

Castro (e) (e) 

Hill PoIn« Av, N s Parnassus, bet Will- 

ard and Arguello Blvd 
Hillway Ave, from Carl bet Arguello 

and Wiliiard, S to Parnaasus 
Hilton, from S a C)ortUnd Av nr Hol- 

laday Av 
H Immelmann Place, from N s Pacific bet 
Mason and Taylor. N to Broadway 
Hlncklty. from Kearny bet Broadway 

and VaUejo, W to Grant At 
Hinckley Place, from £ s Kearny opp 

Hinckley 
Hsbart Allay, from £ s Taylor bet Pott 

and Sutter 
Hedgei Alley, from N s Vallejo bet 

Saosome and Montgomery 
Hoff, from S s 16th bet. Mission and 

Valencia. S to I7th 
Hoffman Avenue Oate EUen). from S » 
Twenty-second bet Douglaae and 
Belleyue. S to Thirtieth 
Hoffmann (now Homans) 
Holden, from Greenwich to Lombard 

bet Steiner and Pierce 
Holladay Avtnua, from Army nr San 

Bruno At, S to Peralta At 
Holland Court from N t Howard bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Hollli, from N s EUis bet Buchanan 

and Webster. N to O'Farrell 
Hottister Avenue, from County Line, N 

W to Railroad At 
Holloway Avenue (Lake View), from 

Harold At, W to Ashton At 
Holly (now I.ecse) 
Holly Park, E of Mission bet Cortland 

and Crescent .Kv» 
Holly Park Circle (late Park At), 

surrounding Holly Park 
Holyoke (University Homestead), from 

8 s SUver At. 8 to Mansell 
Homini. E of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
Homer (late Maria), from (Lesley bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Hometttad. from S s Twenty-fuorth 
bet Douglass and Hoffman At.S 
to Clipper 
Hondurtt (South S. F.). tee Arthur At 
Hood Avenue (Oocker Bay Shore 
Tract) from nr San Bruno At, E to 
Nueva At 
Hooker Alley, from E s Mason bet Busb 

and Pine 
Hooper, from the bay bet Channel and 
Irwin. S W to Eighth (dosed E 
of Sixth) 
Hope (Bernal Heights, now Rutledge 
Av), from Holladay At, N W to 
Franconia 
Hopeton Terrace, from 8 s Washington 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Hopkini Avenua. from Corbeft Av nr 
Twenty-third, N W to Lincoln A» 
Horace, from Twenty-fifth bet Fol.<»m 
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Howard, from the bay bet Mission and 
Folsom. 8 W and S to Twenty- 
sixth 
CroM Sl4. JJ. 8. 

The Embarcadero 2 I 

Steuart 

Green's Clourt 

Spear 100 101 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

Firtt 500 601 

Maiden Alley 

Second 600 601 

New Montgomery 

Hawthorne 

Third 700 701 

Fourth 800 801 

Holland Court 

Fifth 800 901 

Mar>' 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Harriet 

Rust 

Moss 

. Seventh 1100 1101 

Laogton 

Rauscb 

Sumner 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Washbtim 

Dore 

Grand 

Tenth 1400 1401 

ElcTcnth 1500 1501 

Lafayette 

Twelfth 1600 1601 

W. E. 

Tonningsen Place 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 

Fifteenth 1900 1901 

.\dair 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 

Redwood Court 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

Eighteenth 2200 2201 

Nineteenth 2300 2301 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 2501 

Twenty-second 2600 2601 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth (e) (e) 

Hotnrd Court (now HoUand Court) 
Howth, from 8 I Ocean At W of San 

Jose .At 
Hoyt (Reis Tract) bet Fay and EUiot 

Teddy At. N to OneoU 
Hubbard (now Hawthorne) 
Hubbell. from the bay nr Irwin. S W to 

Sixteenth (dosed E of Sixth) 
Hudson, from Channel nr Fourth, S E 

to South (dosed) 
Hudson Avenua, from Water Front. N 

W to Islais Creek 
Hugo, from Arguello Blvd bet Lincoln 
Way and Irvjig. W to Seventh At 
Hulbart Alley, from N t CUra bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Humboldt, from the bay bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third, W to 
San Bruno At 
Hunt, from E s Thb-d bet Uitaion and 

Howard 
Hunter, W of San Bruno At nr bead 

islnis Oeek 
Hunters Point, from A. S to Water 

Front, ? 8. F. 
Huron Avenua (Weet End Tract). W of 

Mission nr Countv Line 
Hyde, from .Market bet Leavenworth 

anrl Larkin. N to the bay 
CroM SU. E. W. 

McAUbtcr 2 1 

Gflden Gale Avenue. ... 100 101 

Turk 200 201 

Hvde Place 

Eddy 300 301 

Fills 400 401 

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Hyde— (Continued) 

Qe»ry «00 «0I 

Pott 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Buib 900 Ml 

Pine 1000 1001 

Californu 1100 1101 

Hyde Terreee 

Becramento 1200 1201 

Troy Alley 

a«y 1800 1801 

Wuhiniton IWO 1401 

Jeckion 1500 1601 

Pecifio 1600 1601 

Lynch 

Broedw.y 1700 1701 

VeUejo 1800 1801 

Green 1800 1901 

Delgftdo Piece 

RuMcll 

WarnerPlece 

Union 2000 2001 

AUen 

Haetingf Piece 

Filbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Lomberd 2300 2801 

Cheetnut 2400 2401 

Frencieoo 2600 2601 

Bey 2800 2601 

Bersin Alley 

NorthPoint 2700 2701 

Beech 2800 2801 

Jeffereon 2900 2901 

Tonquin (e) (e) 

Hyde Plact, from W e Hyde bet Turk 

and Eddy (closed) 
Hyde Terrace, from E a Hyde bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento 
I, now Inring 
I South, now Ingalls 
Idaho (Bernal Heighta. now Bradford), 
from Powhattan. S to Cortland At 
Idaho (South S. F.), from the bay, 8 to 

India Baan 
Idalene (closed), W of San Bruno At 

nr County Line 
Illinois, from the bay bet Uichigan and 

Kentucky, S to Arthur Av 
Im^rlel Avenue, from S s Greenwich 

bet Franklin and Gough 
IndU (South S. F.), N, S and W i of 

India Basin 
India Avtnut (now Peru At) 
Indiana, from South bet Miiinesota and 

Iowa, > to Tulare 
Ingillt, from India, 3 W to County 

Line 
Ingenon Avenue, from County Line, N 

W to Railroad At 
lnn« Avenue from Water Front, N W 

to lalaiF Oeek 
Ion (UniTcrsity Homestead) from 

Bacon, ^ to Dwight 
Iowa, from Sixteenth bet Indiana and 

Pennsylvania S of Tulare 
Iron Alley, from Oselli and Falcon Atb 

S to Burnett At 
Irving, from Arguello Bird S of Lincoln 

Way. W to the ocean 
Irvtngton (Crocker Tract) off Mission 

nr San Mateo County Line 
Irwin, from the bay bet Hooper and 
HubbeU. S W to Eighth (dosed E 
of Sixth) 
lubtl (Bemal Heighta). from Wolfe, 

S E to Rutledge At 
lib, from S t Twdfth bet Folsom & 

Harrison, to Thirteenth 
lilali (South S. F.), from the bay along 

S s Islaia Oeek 
llltll (now Springdale) from W s Mis- 
sion Sof^BoRworth 
Italy Avenue (Excelsior Homestead), 

from E a Mission S of France At 
Ivy Avenue (now street), from W • 
Polk bet Hayes and Grove, W to 
Webster 
CroM SU. N. S. 

Polk 2 1 

Van Ness Arenue (c) (c) 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 30O SOI 

OcUTia 400 401 

Uguna 600 801 

Buchanan 600 601 

WfKrtrr (e) (e) 



Ivy Terrace, from W • Salin* Place u 

California 
J, now Judah 
J South, now Jennings 
Jackien, from the bay bet Washington 

and Pacific, W to Firat At 
Crtu SU. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 3 I 

Drumm 60 61 

Davis 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battery 100 801 

Custom Bouae Flaet... 

Sansome 400 401 

Balance 

Jessop Place 

Hontfomery 500 601 

CoitimbuB Avenue 

Kearny 600 601 

O)oper Alley 

Wentworth PUee 

Bartiett Alley 

Grant Avenue 700 701 

St Louis Alley 

Jackson Court 

Rose Alley 

Duncombe Alley 

Stockton 800 801 

Bedford Place 

Trenton 

Stone 

Ade AUey 

PoweU 900 901 

Doric Alley 

Mason 1000 1001 

Marcy Place 

Auburn 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jonea 1200 1201 

LeaTenworth 1800 1801 

Hall Place 

Coolidge Place 

Hvde 1400 1401 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Nesa ATenue 1700 1701 

Franklin 1800 1801 

Gough 1900 1901 

OcUvia 2000 2001 

Laguna 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2800 2801 

FUlmore 2400 2401 

Steiner 2600 (o) 

Pierce 2600 (o) 

Scott 2700 2701 

DiTisadero 2800 2801 

Broderick 2900 2901 

Baker 8000 80O1 

Lyon 8100 8101 

Presidio Avenue 8200 8201 

Walnut 8800 8801 

Uurel 8400 8401 

Locust 8500 8601 

Spruce 8600 3601 

Maple 8700 8701 

Cherry 8800 3801 

.^reueUo BlTd (e) (e) 

Jackson Park, bet Serenteeoth, Mari- 
posa. Arkansas and Orolina. 

Jamaica (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
sixth At South 

Jamei (South S. F.). See C South 

Jamestown Avenue, from County Line, 
N W to Salinas At 

Jane Place (now Pine Place), from N s 
Pine bet Mason and Taylor 

Janian, from N e Greenwich bet Mason 
and Taylor, N to Lombard 

JaHii. from S s Brannan bet First and 
Second, S E to Townscnd 

Ja^n Avenue, now Avalon ATenue 

Jarboe Avenue (Bemal Heights), from 
Andovcr Av. E to San Bruno At 

Jarnac. from W a San Jose Av to Cir- 
cular Av 

Jasper Place, from N s Union bet Grant 
Av and Stockton, N to Filbert 

Java (South 8. F.). See Twenty-first 
At South 

Java, from Buena Vista At, 8 W to 
Masonic At 

Jefferson, from the bay N of Beaeh. 
W to Presidio Reseryation 

Croii Su N. S. 

PoweU (o) 1 

MsBon (o) 101 



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Taylor (o) 

Jones (o) 

LeaTenworth (o) 

Hyde W 

Larkin 600 

Polk 700 

Van Nesa Ayenue (c) 

GoTemment Re«erTationl200 

Laguna 1200 1»1 

Buchanan 1800 1301 

Webster 1400 1401 

Fillmore 1500 1601 

Steiner 1600 1601 

Pierce 1700 1701 

Boott 1800 1801 

DiTiaaden 1900 1901 

Broderick 2000 2001 

Baker 2100 2101 

Lyon (e) (e. 

Jaffarssn Avenue (now Jarboe At) 

Jtffarton Square, bet Gough, Laguna, 
(3oIden Gate Av and Eddy 

Jennings, from Arthur Av. S W to Da- 
TidsoQ Av 

Jerome Alley, from B s Pacific bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 

Jerrold Avenue, from Water Front, N 
W to Islais 

Jersey, from W s Dolores bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth, W to 
Douglass 

Crou SU. N. 8. 

Dolores 3 1 

Chattanooga 

Church 100 101 

Vickeburg 

Sanchei 200 

Noe 300 

Castro 400 

Diamond 600 

Douglass (e) 

Jessie, from W s First bet Market and 
Mission, S W to point 8 of 
HcCoppin 

Crou SU. N. 8 

First 2 1 

Ecker 

Anthony 

Second 100 lei 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third (e) 

Fourth 300 

Fifth (c) 

Mint 

Sixth 600 

Seventh 600 

Eighth (c) 

Ninth 800 

Tenth 900 

Elerenth 

Twelfth 

Brady 

McCk>ppin 

Jessie, from Thirteenth to Fourteenth. 
See Woodward 

Jessie, from Sycamore At to Twenty- 
first. See San Orlos At 

Jsiiop Place, from WashinKton b«t 
Sansome and Montgomery. N to 
Jackson 

John, from W s Powell bet Jackson 
snd Pacific. W to Maaon 

Johnston Avenue, from S s Point Lobos 
Av bet Parker and Henderson Ave 

Jolce. from S s Clay bet Stockton ud 
Powell, S to Pine 

Crou SU. E. W. 

CUy 2 1 

Sacramento 100 101 

Olifomia (e) (o) 

Jenee. from N s Market bet Taylor and 
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Market and McAllister... 3 

(jolden Gate Avenue 100 

Turk 300 

McDermott Place 

Eddy 800 

Ellis 400 

Antonio 

Steveloe Place 

O'Farrell 600 

Geary 600 

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Jones — (CoDtioued) 

Port 700 701 

Coano FUoe 

Sutler 800 801 

Victor FUoe 

Buih MM 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

Otlifomit 1100 1101 

Secrimento 1200 1201 

Pleuent 

CUy IJOO laoi 

Wuhinfton 1400 1401 

JaoJuon ISOO ISOl 

Pecifio 1<00 IWl 

Bernard 

Broadwey 1700 1701 

OloTer 

VaUejo 1800 1801 

Green 1900 1901 

Lincoln 

Dnion 2000 2001 

FObert 2100 2101 

Valparaiao 

Oreenirich 2200 2201 

Lombard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Houston 

Francisco 2500 2501 

OolumbuB Avenue 

Bay 2600 2601 

NorthPoint 2700 2701 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson '^~^ 

The Embarcadero 

Jonei Alley (now Jessop Place) 
JoMt Avenue (Sunnyside) from Circu- 
lar At and Diamond, W to Ham- 
bur( 
Jordan Avenue (lat« Hen'i5eld), from S 
s California bet Commonwealth 
and Michigan Ats, S to Geary 
Josephine, from Laurel Hill Cemetery 
bet Presidio At and Eugenie, S to 
Geary 
Jotlah Avenue, bet Margaret and Lee 

Ave. crossing l,ake View At 
Joy (Remal Heights), from HoUaday 

At to Brewster 
Judah, from Fifth Av, W to the Ocean 
Judton Avenue (Sunnyside), from Cir- 
cular At bet Staples and Milton 
Ave, W 
Jules Avsnue, from Lake View At, N 
to Ocean At bet Faxon Ave and 
Ashton Ats 
Julia, from S s Mission bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Julian Avenue, from S s Fourteenth 
bet Mission and Valencia. S to 
Sixteenth 
Jullui, from N s Lombard bet Kearny 

and Grant At 
Juniper, from S s Folsom bet Tenth 

and EJeventh. S E to Br>-ant 
Junlpero Serra Boulevard, from Cor- 
bett Ave S to County Line, nr U 
S Military Reservation and Ingle- 
Juno, from Sixteenth W of Clara Av, S 

to Lower Terrace 
Juno (Silver Terrace, now Diana), from 

Thornton At to Williams At 
JupHer (now Reddy) from Thornton 

At, S to Williams At. 
Jurl, from San Jose At W bet Twenty 

fifth and Twenty-sixth 
K, see Kirkham 
K South, See Keith 
Kantai, from DiTision bet Rhode 
Island and Vermont, 3 to Precita 
Creek 
Kutu (South S. F.). See Layton 
Ktfpaler Court, from W s Haaon bet 

(jeary and Post 
KukukI* (South 3. F.). See D South 
Kate, from S s Bryant bet SeTenth and 

Eighth 
Ksarny, from N s Market bet Mont- 
gomery andOrantAT,Ntothe b«y 
Crest SU. E. W. 

Market and Geary 2 1 



Port 100 101 

VerNehrPUee 

Sutter 200 201 

Hardie Plaee 

Bush 800 301 



STBEET AND AVEITOE GUIDE 

Piue 400 401 

Summer 

California 500 601 

Sacramento 600 (01 

(Commercial 

Oay 700 (o) 

Merchant 

Washington 800 801 

Jackson 900 901 

Columbus ATenni 

Pacific 1000 1001 

Nottingham Place 

Broadway IIOO 1101 

Dunne's Alley 

Hinckley 

VaUejo 1200 UOl 

San Antonio 

Green 1300 1301 

Union 1400 1401 

FUbert 1600 1601 

Greenwich 1800 1901 

Lombard 1700 1701 

Chestnut 1800 1801 

Francisco 1900 1901 

Bay 2000 2001 

NorthPoint 

The Embareadero 

Keith, from Arthur At, 3 W to lUfl- 

road At 
Kennebec (now Folsom), from S s 
Cortland At bet Gales and Banks 
Kensington Way, from Taraval to 

Portola Drive 
Kent, from W s Mason bet Union and 

Filbert 
Kent. W of Castro. See Sussex. 
Ksntueky, now Tliird Street, from the 
bay bet ItliiKiis and Tennessee, 8 
to Burke 
Ksntueky Place, from Kentucky bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-aeeond, 
W to Minnesota 
Kenyon Avenue, from Twenty-fifth. 8 

to Melrose At 
Key Avenue, from (^unty Line, N W 

to San Bruno At 
Keyei Alley, from Pacific N bet Powell 

aod Mason 
Kimball Place, from Sacramento bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde, S and N 
KinQ, from the bay bet Townaend and 

Berry. S W to Division 
Cro«« SU. B. N. 

The Embareadero 

Japan 

Second 100 101 

Hammond PUce 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 601 

Seventh 600 801 

Division (e) (e) 

Kingston, from W s Mission hti Thir- 
tieth »nd Brook 
Kirkham, from Fourth Av W to the 

Ocean bet Irving and Lawton 
KIrkwool Avenue, bet Jerrold and La 
Salle Avs, N W from Selby to Tevis 
Kitiling, Eleventh bet Howitrd and 

Folsom. W to Twelfth 
Knighti' Place (West End Tract), from 

Mohawk At W of Mission 
Knox (UniTersity Homestead), from S 
s Fetton bet Madison and Mane- 
field 
Kohler'i Place, from S s Green bet 

Montgomery and Kearny 
Kosciusko (Bemal Heights, now An- 
derson), from S s (^rtla End At 
of Moultrie 
Kossuth, E of San Bnino At nr Iriaie 

Creek 
Kramer Place, from S s Greenwich bet 

Grant At and Stockton 
Krautgrlll Alley, from N s Filbert bet 

Grant At and Stockton 
U see lAwton 
L South, see lAoe 

Lafayette, from S s Mission bet Elsr- 

enth and Twelfth, 8 E to Howard 

Lafayette Park, bet (Jou^h, Laguna, 

Sacramento and Washmgton 
Lafayette Plaee (now Vaiennes) 
La Grande Avenue (Excelsior Home- 
stead), from Silliman and Madison, 
3 W 



LaiuM, from N s Market bet Octavia 

and Buclianao. N to the bay 
CVaat Sit. E. W. 

Market and Hsmaon. . 2 

Wall«r 100 

Height 200 

Roee 

Page 300 

Lily 

Oak 400 

Hickory 



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Linden. 

Hayee <00 

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OroTe 700 

Birch 

Fulton 800 

Ash. 



McAllister 900 

Redwood 

(jolden Gate Avenue. ... (c) 

Turk (o) 

Kddy 1200 

WiUow 

Ellis 1300 130: 

drre 

O'Farrell 1400 

Myrtle 

G«Ty 1600 ISO: 

Cedar 

Port 1600 160: 

Hemlock — 

Sutter 1700 170 

Bueh 1800 180 

Pine 1900 190 

Oaliforoia 2000 200 

Sacramento (o) 210 

CUy (o) 220 

Washington 2300 230 

Jackson 2400 240 

Pacific Avenue 2500 250 

Broadway 2600 260 

VaUejo 2700 270 

Green 2800 280 

Union 2900 290 

FUbert 3000 300 

Harris Place 

Greenwich 3100 310 

Lombard 3200 320 

aeetnut 3800 (o 

Franciaco 3400 (o 

Bennett 

Bay (o) 350 

NorthPoint (o) 360 

Be«ch (o) 370 

Jefferson (o) 380 

Tonquin (o) 390 



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Lahalna (South S. F.). 


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Llldlsy (Fairmount Tract), from S s 


Thirtieth bet Noe and Castro 


Uks. from Arguello Blvd N of CaU- 


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Second Avenue. . . 


...100 101 


Third ■ 


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Fourth " 


...300 301 


Fifth • 


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Sixth ■ 


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SeTenth • 


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Eighth ■ 


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Ninli • 


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EIcTenth' 


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Twelfth " 


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San Joae At N W and W to Ash- 
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Lamartine (Spring VaUey Homestead), 
from Springdale W of Danton, N 

Ludsrs. from S s Fourteenth bet 
Dolores and Church. S to Fifteenth 
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Howard 2 1 

Folsom 100 101 

Harrison 200 201 



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Bry»nt 300 801 

Bnnun 400 401 

Uiulng, from W a Fint bat Folaom 

ind Hirruoo, S W to Eeaex 
UpMit, from 8 • Eighteenth bet 
Valencia and Ouerrero. S to Nine- 
teenth 
U Playi, from point nr Ansa, S to 
Ocean Boulevard and Judah. For 
Noa. ne Nineteenth At 
Lareh, from W > Van Ness Ave bet. 
Turk and Eddy, (Entrance to 
buildings on first block is from 
Turk W of Larkin) 
CroM SU. N. S. 

Larkin 2 1 

Polk (c) (c) 

Van Neaa Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Jefferson Square 

La»una (c) (c) 

Buchanan 700 701 

Webster (e) (e) 

Urkln. from N s Market bet Hyde and 

Polk, N to the bay 
CroM Sis. E. W. 

Market and Hayes 2 

City Hall Avenue 

Grove 101 

Birch 

Fulton 201 

Ash 

Mo.Ulister 300 301 

Redwood 

Golden Gate Avenue. ... 400 401 

Turk 500 501 

Larch 

Eddy 000 601 

Willow 

Ellis 700 701 

OUve 

O'Farrell 800 801 

MyrUe 

Geary 900 901 

Cedar 

Post 1000 1001 

Hemlock 

Sutter 1100 1101 

Fern 

Bush 1200 1201 

Eureka Place 

Austin 

Pine 1300 1301 

California 1400 1401 

Sacramento IfiOO 1501 

Clay 1600 1601 

Washington 1700 1701 

Jackson 1800 1801 

Pacific Avenoe 1900 1901 

Broadway 2000 2001 

Vallejo 2100 2101 

Green 2200 2201 

Rockland 

Union 2300 2801 

Filbert 2400 2401 

Greenwich 2500 2501 

Lombard 2600 2601 

Chestnut 2700 2701 

Francisco 2800 2801 

Bay 2900 2901 

NorthPoint 30OO 8001 

Beach 3100 8101 

Jefferson 3200 3201 

Tonquin 3300 3301 

LewU (e) (e) 

Larkin Avsnue, from E s Larkin bet 

Ellis and O'Farrell 
La Salle Avenue, from Water Front, N 

W to Islaia Creek 
Laikis, from N s Mission bet Eighth 

and Ninth 
Latham Place, from W a Mason bet 

EUls and O'Farrell 
Latona (Silver Terrace), from Bay 
View bet Railroad Av and Po- 
mona, S to Thornton At 
Laura (West End Tract), bet Sherman 
and Farragut Avs from Mission, N 
W to Huron A» 
Laura Placs (now Petrarch Place) 
Laurel, from Pacific fv bet Walnut and 

Locust, S to CUifomia 
CroM SU. E. W. 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 



Washington 200 201 

Clay mo 101 

Sacramento 400 401 

(^ifomia (e) (e) 

Laurel Avenue, see Lardi 
Laurel Place (now I«nsing) 
Lausiat Avenue (now Street), from W 
s Buchanan bet Waller and Height, 
W to Steiner 
CroM Sli. N. 8. 

Buchanan 3 1 

Webster (e) (c) 

Fillmore JIW 301 

Steiner (e) (e) 

Lawrence Avenue (West End Tract) 
from Mission, N W to San Joee Av 
nr C)ounty Line 
Lawrence Place, from E s Fremont bet 

Harrison and Bryant 
Lawton, from Serpentine Road S of K, 

W to the ocean 
Uyton (South S. F.), from SUver Av 

E of (inkling 
Letvcnworth, from N s McAllister bet 

Jones and Hyde, N to the bay 
Croat Sis. E. W. 

McAllister 2 1 

Golden Gate Avenue. ... 100 101 

Burcham Place 

Turk 200 201 

Leonard Place 

Eddy 300 301 

EUis 400 401 

O'FarreU 600 601 

Geary 600 601 

Post 700 701 

Sutter 800 801 

Bush 900 901 

Pine 1000 1001 

California 1100 1101 

Acorn .\l]ey 

Sacramento 1200 1201 

Clay 1300 1301 

Washington 1400 1401 

Jackson 1600 1801 

Pacific 1600 INI 

Lynch 

Bernard 

Broadway 1700 1701 

Glover 

Waldo Alley 

VaUejo 1800 1801 

Green 1900 1801 

Macoodray - — - 

Union 2000 2001 

Havens 

FUbert 2100 2101 

Greenwich 2200 2201 

Iximbard 2300 2301 

Chestnut 2400 2401 

Francisco 2500 2501 

Bay 2600 2601 

North Point 2700 2701 

(Columbus Avenue 

Beach 2800 2801 

Jefferson 2900 2901 

Tonquin (e) (e) 

Le Conte Avenue, from County Line, 

NW toSan Bruno At 
Ledyard (late Emma), from Silver Av 

nr Scott Av, S E 
Lee (now Hilton) 
Lee Avenue (Lake View), from I«ke 

View Av, W to Ocean At 
Leeie. from Mission nr Highland AtS, 

E to Crescent Av 
Leidetdorff, from N s Pine bet Sansome 

and Montgomery, N to (jlay 
Croii SU. E. W. 

Pine 2 1 

California 100 101 

HaUeck 

Sacramento 200 201 

Commercial 

Clay (e) (e) 

Lsland Avenue, bet Raymond and Vis- 
itacion Avs, from San Bruno Av, 
W to SUples 
Lamartlne, off San Jose Av 8 to 
Spriogdale bet Badger and Danton 
Lena Place, from E s Illinois bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-first 
Leo, W from Mission bet Onondago 

Av and Bauer 
Leant Terrace. W from Lyon bet Geary 
and Post 



Laanard Place, from W s LeaTenworth 

bet Turk and Eddy 
Larey Place, from Sacramento bet 
Jones and Leavenworth, S and N 
Lanlni, W of Mission nr County Line 
Lavant from Masonic Av nr 0)ngr«as 
Lawit, from W s Polk betTonqum and 
the bay, W to Presidio ReterTa- 
tion 
Lawli Place (now Cosmo Place) 
LaiUngtan (late Stevenson), from 
Sycamore Av bet Valencia and 
Mission, 8 to Twenty-first 
Crou SU. 

Sycamore Avenue. 2 1 

Eighteenth 100 101 

Nineteenth 200 201 

Twentieth 300 301 

Twenty-first (c) (e) 

Liberty, from W s Valencia bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-first, W to 
Castro 
Cross SU. N. 8. 

Valencia 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanchei 400 401 

Noe 600 501 

Castro (e) (e) 

Lick, from W e Taylor bet Union and 

FUbert 
Uck Alley (now Ellm Alley) 
Lick Place, from N s Post bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Sutter 
LIda Place (now VVieee) 
Uebig, from Mission N W, nr County 

Line 
Ulac Alley (now Street), from 8 a 
Twenty-fourth bet C&pv and Mis- 
sion, S to Twenty-dith 
Uly Avenue (now Street), from W s 

Franklin bet Page and Oak 
Cross SU. N. S. 

Franklin 2 I 

. Gough 100 101 

OcUvia 200 201 

Laguna 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Lily Terrace, from W s Powell bet 

Bush and Pine 
Unarea Av (Forfst Hill Court) from 

Ortega to Alms House Rd 
Lincoln, see Macondray 
Lincoln Avenue, see Burnett Av 
Lincoln Heights, off Hyde bet Union 

and Filbert 
Lincoln Place, from E s Fremont bet 

Howard and Folsom 
Lincoln Place, see Hastings Place 
Lincoln Way, from Arguello Blvd S of 
Golden Gate Park, W to the Ocean 
Linda, off Eighteenth bet Ouerrero and 

Valencia 
Linden Avanua (now Street), from 
point E ol Van Ness Av bet Fell 
and Hayes, W to Webster 
Crou SU. N. 8. 

Van Ness Avenue 100 101 

Franklin 200 201 

Gough 300 301 

Octavia 400 401 

Uguna 500 601 

Buchanan 600 601 

Webster (el (ej 

LIppard Avenue (Olen Park Terrace), S 

W of Berkshire from Glenn Av, S 

Lisbon (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Silver Av. S W to Amason 
Lizzia, from Mission bet Eugenia and 
0)rtland Avs, S E to Prospect Av 
Llewellyn, E of San Bruno At nr Islaia 

Creek 
Lloyd, from W a Soott bet Thirteenth 

and Waller, W to Diviaadero 
Lobes (Raihoad Homestead), W of San 

Jose Av nr County Line 
Lobai Square, bet Laguna, Webster, 

Chestnut and Bay 
Locktiey Avenue from Fourth Av and 

Klrkham to Seventh Av 

Locust, from Presidio Reservation bet 

Laurel and Sprvce, S to California 

Cross Sis. E W. 

Presidio Reservation . . 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 



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Clay 300 301 

Sacnunento 400 401 

California (e) (e) 

Lacint Avanw. Sw Redwood 
LMhr, W of San Bruno Av nr County 

Line 
LoflVi (UniTGTsity Homestead), from 

La Grande At W of Saratoga 
Lombard, from the bay bet Greenwich 
and Cheitnut, W to Preaidio 
Reserration 
Cro»t SU. N. S. 

The Embarcadero 

Battery 2 1 

Saniome 100 101 

Hontfomvy 200 201 

Wintnrop 

Kearny 300 301 

ChUd 

Juliua 

Grant ATenue 400 401 

Welli Court 

Stockton SOO SOI 

TuBoany Alley 

PoweU 000 601 

Greenwich Alley 

Haaon 700 701 

NeweU 

CotumbuB Arenue. . . . 

Janaen 

Taylor 800 801 

Jonea MO Ml 

Learenworth 1000 1001 

Hyde 1100 1101 

Larkin 1200 1201 

Polk 1300 1801 

VanNeaaATenue.....l400 1401 

Franklin 1600 1501 

Gough leoO 1601 

Octaria 1700 1701 

Laguna 1800 1801 

Buchanan 1900 1901 

Webrter 2000 2001 

FiUmore 2100 2101 

Steiner 2200 2201 

Pierce 230O 2301 

Scott 2400 2401 

Diriiadero 2600 2501 

Broderick 2600 2601 

Baker 2700 2701 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Lombard Alley (now TuBcany Alley) 
London, from point W of China Av 

S W to Amaion 
Loomll, from Islaia Creek, S to Bame- 

veld At 
Lopez Avenue (Forest Hill) off Pa- 

checo nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 

Los Angeles Avenue (St Francis Wood) 

off Corbett Road nr Sloat Boulevard 

Loulia (now Shiplev), from Eliia PI 

bet Folsom and Harrison, W to 

Fourth 

Louisa Allay, from N s Shipley E of 

Fourth 
Louitburg, W of San Jose Av nr San 

Miguel 
Louisiana, from the bay bet Maryland 

and Georgia, S to Arthur Av 
Lowall, from E s Mission nr County 

Ijne 
Lower Terrace (Park Lane Tract) from 

N s Seventeenth nr Clayton 
Lucerne, off Brannan bet 6tb and 7th 
Luck, from Loomie, E to Orleans 
Lucky, from S » Twentv-fourth bet 
Treat Av and Folsom, 8 to 
Twenty-sixth 
Lucy (Silver Terrace), from Thornton 
Av bet Railroad Av and Ceree, 8 
to Williams At 
Lulu, from Genesee S of Thirty-third, 

W to Hamburg 
Lunado Way (Inglnide), off Holioway 
Ave. N to (^rritoe Ave nr Monti- 
cello 
Lund/s Lane (Bemal Heights), frem 
Com At bet California and Pro*- 
pect ATS, 3 W to Virginia At 
Lusk Alley, from (3yde nr Townaand, 

W to Crooks 
LytM. from Bosworth W of Rotteek. 8 

to Springdale 
Lynch, from W s LeaTenworth bet 
Pacific and Broadway. W to 
Hyde 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

Lyon, from N s Haight W of Baker, N 
to the bay 

Cross Sis. E. W. 

Haight 2 1 

Page 100 101 

Oak (0) (c) 

Golden Gate Park. 



FeU. 



800 101 



Hayes 

OroTe 500 SOI 

Fulton 600 601 

McAllister 700 701 

Golden Gate ATonue. ... 800 801 

Turk (c) (c) 

Calvary Cemetery 

Geary 1300 1301 

Leona Terraoe 

Post 1400 1401 

Sutter 1600 ISOl 

Bush 1600 1601 

Pine 1700 1701 

California 1800 1801 

Sacramento 1900 1901 

Clay 2000 2001 

Washington 2100 2101 

Jackson 2200 2201 

PaciScATenue 230O 2301 

Broadway 2400 (o) 

VaUejo 2600 (o) 

Green (c) (o) 

Union 2700 (o) 

Filbert 2800 (o) 

Greenwich 2900 (o) 

Lombard 3000 (o) 

Chestnut SIOO (o) 

Francisco 3200 (o) 

Bay 3300 lo) 

NorthPoint 3400 (o) 

Beach 3600 (o) 

Jefferson 3800 (oj 

Tonquin 3700 (o) 

Lewis 3800 (o) 

Lyon Terrace (now Leona Terraoe) 
Lysett Place, from S s Sacrameoto bet 

Jones and Leavenworth 
M, see Moraga 
M South, see MendeU 
Macedonia (Bemal Heights), from 

Montcalm W of Isabel S E to 

Brewster 
Maekey. nr Mission off Morse 
Macondary, from W s Taylor bet Green 

and Union. W to LMvenworth 
Madajascar (South S. F.). See Twenty- 
seventh Av South 
Madeira (South S. F.). See Thirty- 
seventh Av South 
Madison (University Homestead), from 

Silver Av. S to Olmstead 
Madison Avenue (now Merlin) 
Madrid (Excelsior Homestead), from 

SUver Av. S W to Amason 
Madrone Avenue (Forest Hill Tract) 

from Vicente North to Taraval. 
Magellan Avenue, from Twelfth Av to 

Castenada Av 
Maggie Alley, from E s Jones bet Geary 

and Post 
Magnar Place, from E s Mason bet 

Broadway and Vallejo 
Magnolia Avenue (now Street), bet 

Lombard and Chestnut, from La- 

guna, W to Webster 
Maiden Lane, from W s Montgomery 

Av bet Washington and Jackson 
Main, from S s Market bet Spear and 

Beale. S E to the bay .„ 



Majestic Avenue, bet Caino and Mar- 
garet Avs. crossing Lokeview At 
Columbia Heights 

Maiden Alley, from S s Howard bet 
First and Second. S E to Tehama 

Malta (South S. F.). See Twentv-fifth 
Av South 

Malvlna Place, from W a Mason bet 
Sacramento and Clay 



Cross Sis. 
Market 


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.. 100 




.. 200 




.. 300 


Elkhart 


Harrison 


.. 400 


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Manchester (Bemal Heights), from 

point S of Precita Av bet Folsom 

and Shotwell. S to Ripley 
Mangels Avenue (Sunnvside). from 

Hamilton Av N of Joost At, W lo 

Ham Dure 
Manila (South S. F.). See Fourth At 

South 
Manila, from W s Kearny bet Geary 

and Post, W to Stockton 
Manitoba (South 8. F.). See EleTentb 

Av South 
Manning Place, from W s Eighth bet 

Market and Mission 
Mansell (University Homestead), from 

W s San Bruno At S of Olmstead 
Mansfield (University Homestead), 

from Burrows, S to Dwight 
Maple, from Presidio Reservation bet 

Spruce and Cherry. 8 to Cali- 
fornia 
Cross Sli. E. W. 

Presidio Reservation 2 1 

Jackson 100 101 

Washington 200 201 

Oay 300 301 

Sacramento 400 401 

CaUfomia (o) (e) 

Maple Court, see Ra°emont Place 
Marcela Avenue (Forest Hill) off Pa- 

cecho or Seventh Av, (Sunset) 
Marcy Place (bite Vamon PUce), from 

S s Jackson bet Mason and Taylor 
Marengo. E of San Bruno At from 

Waterloo. S W to Dickenson 
Marengo (Railroad Homestead). See 

Plymouth At 
Margaret Avsnus, bet Majestic and 

Josiah Ats. crossing Lake View 
Margaret Court, from N s Turk bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Margaret Place (now MargraTC Place) 
Margrave Place, from N a VaUejo bet 

Kearny and Grant At 
Maria (now Homer) 
Marin, from the bay bet Army and 

Tul.ire. W to Pennsj'lvania 
Marlon Place (late Elisa Place), from 

N s Union bet Taylor and Jones 
Mariposa, from the bay bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth, W to Harrison 
Mariposa Tsrracs, see Berwick PUce 
Mark Lane, from N s Harlan Place bet 

Kearny and Grant Av, N to Bush 
Market (from the bav S W to junction 

Seventeenth an(i Castro) 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

The Embarcadero and 

Sacramento 2 1 

Steuart 

California 100 



Drurom 200 

Ha 



Davis and Pine 300 

Beale 

Front 400 

Fremont 

Battery 800 

First 

Ecker 

Sansoroe and Sutter... . 5S0 

Second 

Mont'y and Post 600 

New Montgomery 

.Annie 

Kearny and (}eary 700 

Third 

Grant Av and O'Farrell. 750 

Fourth 

Stockton and Ellis 800 

PoweU and Eddv 900 

Filth 

Mason and Turk 960 

Siith 

Taylor and (lolden Gate 

Avenue 1000 

Jones and McAllister 1 100 

SeTenth - — - 

MarshaU Square 1200 

Eighth 

Larkin and Hayes 1300 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Polk and FeU 1400 

QcTenth 

Van Ness At and Oak... 1600 



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Market— (Coatisued) 

Twdfth IMl 

Frmnklin and Page 1100 

Ron 

Brady 

Gou(l) and Haliht 1700 

Valencia 1701 

MeCoppin. 1750 

Hermann 1801 

OcUTia and Waller 1800 

Pearl 

Guerrero IWl 

Larina igOO 

Duboce At 

Buchanan 2000 — • 

Dolores 2001 

Fourteenth 

Church 2100 2101 

Fifteenth 

Sanchei 2200 2201 

Siiteenth 

Noe 2800 2801 

Seven teen th 

Oartro (e) (e) 

Man, from SeTenteenth W of Clara At. 
S to Corbett At 

Manhall (now Maynard) 

Manhall Square (now Hyde) from 
N s Market opp Eighth to City 
HaUAT 

Manllly, from St Hary'a At W of His- 
aion 

Martton Avanua (Sunnyside), from Cir- 
cular At. W bet Judson At and 
Harelook 

Martha Avenue (Glen Park Terrace) 
from TuBtin At, S £ to point near 
Burnaide At 

Martha Plaet, from S ■ Geary bet If aaoa 
and Taylor 

Martin (Glen Park Terrace) from E a 
Sunex, N E to HofHtt nr Caatro 

Martin. See Berry Place 

Martinl^ua (South 8. F.). See Thirty- 
fifth At South 

Mary, from S i Mission bet Fifth and 
Sixth, S E to Howard 

Mary Lane, from N i Berry Place bet 
Kearny and Grant At N to Bush 

Marya Terrace, from N a Turk bet 
Hyde and Larkin 

Maryland, from the bay bet IMawart 
and Louiajana, S to Arthur At 

Matan, from N a Market bet Powell and 
Taylor, N to the bay 

CroM SU. E. W. 

Market and Turk 2 1 

Eddy • 100 101 

EUis 200 201 

Latham Place 

Dikeman Place 

O'Farrell 800 801 

Elwood 

Geary 400 401 

Derby 

Kappeler Court 

Poet SOO 801 

Scheerer Place 

Sutter too 801 

Delta Place 

Bush 700 701 

Hooker Alley 

Pine 800 801 

Frank 

California 800 901 

Sacramento 1000 1001 

Ewer PUce 

Dawson Place 

Malrina Place 

CUy 1100 1101 

Traett 

Shephard Place 

Washinfton 1200 1201 

Jackson 1800 1801 

John 

Pacific 1400 1401 

Broadway IGOO 1501 

Maener Place 

VaUejo lOOO 1801 

Green 1700 1701 

Winter Lane 

Webb PUce 

Union 1800 1801 

Kent 

Filbert 1000 1001 

Valparaiso 

Greenwich 2000 3001 



Oolambus ATenue 

Lombard 2100 2101 

(leetnat 2200 2201 

Water 

Fnnciaeo 2800 2101 

Vandewatcr 

Bay 2400 2401 

AUskaPUce 

NorthPoint 2M0 2801 

Beach 2«00 2801 

Jefferson 

The Embarcadero 

Maaenle Avenue, from Geary W of 
Central At, 8 to Confreea, tbenoe 
E to Albany 

Crou SU. E. W. 

Geary 2 1 

St. Rose's (o) 101 

Turk 800 (o) 

(3olden Gate ATcnne 400 (o) 

McAllister 600 (o) 

Fulton (00 101 

QroTe 700 701 

Hayea 800 801 

Fell (c) (o) 

Golden Gate Park 

Oak 1000 1001 

Pare 1100 1101 

Haiiht 1200 1201 

Wafer 1800 1801 

Frederick 1400 1401 

JaT» ISOO 

Piedmont 

Conrcse 1100 1(01 

Mauachuiattt, from the bay bet New 
York and Delaware, 8 to Arthur 
At 

Mauuelt (Beraal Heights), from Fran- 
oonia, N W to RuUedge 

Mateo (Fairmount Tract), from Bemii, 
SEtoSP R R 

Maurltlui(SouthS.F.). See Twentieth 
At South 

Mayflower (Bemal Heights), from 
Hollnday At nr PowhatUn, W to 
Nevada At 

Maynard (College Homestead), from E 
8 Mission nr SilTer At 

Manlnl, E of San Bruno At nr Islair 
C!reek 

McAllliter. from junction Market and 
Jones bet Fulton and (jolden Gate 
At, W to Arguello BouleTard 

CrMt Sti. N. 8. 

Market and Jones 2 1 

City Hall ATenue 

Leavenworth 100 

Hyde 200 

Breen Place 

Larkin 800 JOl 

Polk 400 401 

Van NesB ATenue 800 801 

Franklin 600 601 

Qough 700 701 

OctaTia 800 801 

Laguna 900 901 

Buchanan 1000 1001 

Webster 1100 1101 

FiUmore 1200 1201 

Steiner 1300 1301 

Pierce 1400 1401 

Soott 1800 1801 

DiTisadero 1600 1601 

Broderick 1700 1701 

Baker 1800 1801 

Lyon 1900 1901 

Central Arenue 2000 2001 

Masonic * (c) (e) 

Masonic (Cemetery 

Parker ATenue 2800 2801 

North Stanyan 2600 2601 

WillardNorth 2700 2701 

Ar^ello BouleTard (e) (e) 

MeClellan (Bemal Heighta, now An- 
dOTer At), from Eoneralda At, S 
to Cortland At 

MeCeppIn, from Otia bet Brady and 
Duboee At, W to Market 

Crou 3tt. N. 8. 

Otis 2 1 

Jeaeie 

SteTenson 

Valencia 100 101 

Elgin Park 

Market 



MeCormIck Place from 8 a Pacific bet 

hyde and Larkin 
MeDermett Place, from W s Jones bet 

Turk and Eddr 
McDougall (kurt, W s Eighth bet Mis- 
sion and Steveoaon 
MaKlnley Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 

Tract) from Pacheco At, W to 

Nueva At 
MeKlnlsy Squars, bet Vermont, Utah 

Twentieth and Twenty-first 
McKlnnon Avenue, from Water Front, 

N W to Islais C>eek 
McLaa Court, from E a Ninth bet Har- 
rison and Bryant 
Msaeham Place, from S a Post bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Meade Avenue, from County Line, N 

W to San Bruno At 
Medau Plan, from N s Filbert bet 

Orsnt At and Stockton 
Madford (Visitacion VaUey), W of San 

Bruno At nr County Line 
Meda, from Ocean Av to Delano At, 

bet Onondaga and Santa Ynez 
Medway Alley (now Severn) 
Melrots Avsnus (Sunnyside), from 

point nr Congo N of Mangels At, 

W to Hamburg 
Malvin (Glen Park Terrace) from 8lBt 

to (^stro 
Mendsll, from Arthur Av, 8 W to 

RailrtMid Av and from Williams 

Av to Donner Av 
Mendocino (South S. F.), from the bey 

bet Calaveras and Plunuia, W ta 

Arthur At 
Mendosa Avenue, (Forest Hill) bet 

Quiotara and Rivera to Ninth Ave. 
Merced (now Noe), from Thirtieth. 8 to 

lAidley 
Merced Avenue, from .^ImsHouse Rd to 

Kensington Way 
Metcedss Way (Ingleside), off Cerrilos 

Av nr to Paloma Av 
Mercer (Bemal Heighta, now Bradford) 
Merchant, from the bay bet Clay and 

Washington, W to Keamy 
Crtu Sit. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Drumm (cl (c) 

Davis (c) (e) 

Front JOO 311 

Battery 400 410 

Sansome 600 610 

Montgomery 600 6oO 

Dunlnr Alley 

Keamy (e) (e) 

Mercury (Silver Terrace) , 8 s of Thorn- 
ton At 
Merlin (late Fifth Av). from S s Har- 
rison bet Fifth and Sixth 
Merrill from 8 s Rickard bet Bameveld 

Av and Boyston, 8 to Silver Av 
MKrImac, from the bay nr Alameda, 

W to Tennessee (closed) 
Marritt, from Hattie 8 of Q>rbett At 

W to Danvers 
Martay, from N a Twenty-third bet 

Dolores and Chattanooga 
Mesa Avenue (Forest Hill) off Pacheco 

nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 
Metcalfe Place, from N s Geary bet 

Mason and Taylor 
Metropolitan Avsnus from W s Eighth 

bet Harrison and Bryant 
Maxice (South S. F.), from the bay, S 

to India Basin 
Michigan, from the bay bet Georgia and 

Illinois, 8 to Arthur Av 
Michigan Avanua. See Palm Av 
Michigan Place (now Chatterton PI) 
MIday (Sunnyside) from Berkshire, S to 

nr Joost Av 
Middle, from N s Pine bet Webster and 

Fillmore, N to California 
Midway, from N s Franci5co bet Grant 

Av and Stockton, N to Bay 
Midway (now Nordhoff) 
Miguel (Fairmount Tract), from Bemia, 

SEtoSPRR 
Miguel Avsnus (SUnford Heights), 

from Stanford Heights Av to Fow- 
ler Av (part of Corbett Av) 
Mllet Court (now Miles Place) 
Miles Place, from N a OaUfornia bet 

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MIley, from B s Baker bet Filbert and 

Greenwich 
Mill, oS San Bruno Av nr 5 Mile Houae 
Millar Place, from S a Fo'som bet 

Fourtli and Fifth 
Mllllkeo (now San Bruno Av) 
Mllla Place. See Tillman Alley 
Milton (Spring Valley Homestead), 
from 8 P R R bet Cuvier and 
Roueaeau, S to Springdale 
Milton (now Oystal), W ol San Jose 

At nr County Line 
Milton Avenue (now Maraton Av) 
Minerva (Railroad Homestead), W of 

San Joee At nr Ounty Line 
Minerva (now Ei(bteenth), from Ura- 

nug S of Seventeenth 
Minna, from W e First bet Mieaioa and 

Howard, 8 W to Fifteenth 
CroM SU. N. 8. 

Firat 2 1 

Shaw Alley 

Second 100 101 

New UontKomery 

Third 200 201 

Fourth 30O aOl 

Fifth 100 401 

Mary 

Siith SOO 601 

Rxum 

Seventh 800 Ml 

Julia 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) (e) 

Tenth 900 901 

Eleventh 1000 1001 

Lafayette 

Twelfth (c) (o) 

Thirteenth (c) (o) 

Fourteenth 1300 IJOl 

Fifteenth i,e) (e) 

Mlnnaiota, from South bet Tenneeaee 

and Indiana, S to Tulare 
MInnIt See Tremont Av 
MInot (Bernal Heights, now Moultrie) 
from Esmeralda Av, S to Cortland 
Av 
Mint Avenue (now Street), from W > 
Fifth bet Stevenson and Mission, 
and from N s Mission bet Fifth 
and Sixth 
MIramar Avenue (Lake View), from 

Lake View Av, N to Ocean Av 
Mission, from the bay bet Howard and 
Market, S W and 8 to County Line 
CroM SU. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Steuart 

Spear 100 lOJ 

Main 200 201 

Beale 300 301 

Fremont 400 401 

First 500 501 

Ecker 

Shaw Alley 

Anthony 

Second too 601 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Third 700 701 

Fourth 800 801 

Filth 900 901 

Mint 

Mary 

Sixth 1000 1001 

Seventh 1100 1101 

Mission Alley 

.lulia 

Eighth 1200 1201 

Laskie 

Ninth 1300 1301 

Waehburo 

Grace 

Tenth., 1400 1401 

Eleventh 1500 1501 

Lafayett* 

West Mission (Otis). . . . 1600 

Twelfth 1601 

W. 8. 

Bond 

West Mission ((His). . . . 

Thirteenth 1700 1701 

Erie 

Fourteenth 1800 1801 

FUteenth 1900 1901 

Mission Cburt 

Sixteenth 2000 2001 



STEEET AND AVKNUB OUIDE 

Warren Place 

Seventeenth 2100 2101 

(Marion Alley 

Sycamore 

Eighteenth 2200 2301 

Nineteenth 2300 23B1 

Twentieth 2400 2401 

Twenty-first 2500 1501 

Twenty-second 2600 2301 

Twenty-third 2700 2701 

Twenty-fourth 2800 2801 

Twenty-fifth 2900 2901 

Twenty-sixth 3000 3001 

Army 3100 3101 

Precita Avenue 3151 

Powers ■ 

Valencia 3200 

Fair -Avenue 3201 

Everett Place 

Twenty-ninth 3300 

Virginia Avenue 3351 

Godeus 

Thirtieth 3400 

Eugenia Avenue 3401 

Lizzie 

Kingston 

Cortland .\venne 3501 

Brook 3500 

Randall 3S50 

Santa Marina 

Appleton Avenue 3601 

Charlea 

Glendale 3700 TOl 

Leeee 

West Park 

Richland Avenue 3800 3801 

Crescent " 

St. Mary's " 3900 

Bosworth 4000 

Springdale 4100 

Grant and Canal 4101 

Trumbull — — 

Ney 4201 

Maynard 

Silver Avenue 4301 

Tingley 4300 

Theresa 

Cotter 4400 

Francis 

aina Avenue 4501 

Croke 4500 

Harrington 

Brasil Avenue 4601 

Norton 4600 

Bauer and Ocean kr. . . . 

Persia Avenue 4701 

Ruasia " 4801 

Onondaga' 4800 

France ' 4901 

Italy • 5001 

Mohawk ■ 5050 

Amason • 6101 

(Jeneva " 5100 

Niagara ■ 5200 

Pope 6201 

Mount Vernon Av 6300 

AlUson 5301 

Concord 5401 

Ottawa Avenue 5400 

Florence Alley 

Foole Avenue 6500 

Naglee " 5600 

I/iwell 5601 

Morse. 

Whipple Avenue 5650 

Whittier 5701 

Farragut Avenue 5700 

I,aura 

Oliver 5801 

lAwrence Avenue 5800 

Acton 5901 

Sickles .\ venue 5900 

Huron " 

Liebig 6000 

Mluion Alley, from N a Mission bet 

Seventh and Eighth to Jeeaie 
Million Court, from W s Mission bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Minion Park, bet Eighteenth and 

Tw*ntietii, Church and Dolores 
Million Road, now Mission Street 
Miuitilppi, from Sixteenth bet Penn- 

sj-ivania and Texas, S to Tulare 
Mluouri, from Sixteenth tiet Texas and 

Connecticut, S to Tulare 
Miipah Avenue (Glen Park) bet Swiss 
and Elk Ava. N to Sussex 



Moffitt, bet Moreland and Sussex N W 

from Castro 
Mohawk Avenue (We»t End Tract), N 

W s Uisaion nr County Line 
Moncadi Way (loelende) from Urbam 
Drive N to Junipero Sens Bivd 
or Ocean Ave 
Mono, from Short, N to Ck>rbett Av or 

Ashbury 
Monroe, from N s Bush bet Stockton 

and Powell, N to Pine 
Montagus Place, from W s Montgomery 

hei Green and Union 
Montalvo Avenue (Foreat Hill) off 

Taraval nr Dewey 
Montana (Railroad Homeatead), W of 

San Jose Av nr County Line 
Montcalm (Bernal Heights), from 
Tomasa nr Holladay Av, W to 
Alabama 
Montaninia (Bernal Heights), from 

(>)90 Av, E to Shotwell 
Montgomary, from N s Market bet San- 
some and Kearny, N to the bav 
CroM SU. E. W. 

Market and Post 2 1 

Sutter 100 101 

flush 200 201 

Pme 300 301 

Summer 

California *00 401 

Sacramento 500 601 

Commercial 

Clay 600 601 

Merchant 

Washington 700 701 

Columbus Avenue 

Jackson 800 801 

Gold 

Pacific 900 901 

Verdi PUoe 

Broadway 1000 1001 

Vallejo 1100 1101 

Green 1200 1201 

Montague Place 

Union 1300 1301 

School Alley 

Alt* 

Filbert 1400 1401 

Greenwich 1500 1501 

Lombard 1600 1601 

(Siestnut 1700 1701 

Francisco 1800 1801 

The Embarcadero (e) (e) 

Montgomery Avenue (now Columbus 

Av) 
MontBomsry Court (now Verdi Place) 
Montleillo, from Hoiloway Ave N bet 

Bixby and Beverly 
Moore Place, from N s Union bet Hyde 

and Larkin 
Moraga. from Locksley Av 8 of Law. 

ton. W to the Ocean 
Moreland, (Glen Park Terrace), bet 
Mclvin and MoiBtt N W to Dia- 
mond 
Morgan Alley, from Grand View Av nr 
Twenty-second, N W to Orbett Av 
Morrell Place, from N s Pacific bet 
Hyde and Larkin, N to Broadway 
Morrb (late Park Avenue), from W 
s Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth, 8 
E to points S of Bryant 
Mono, from point S Newton, W to Mis- 
sion opp Whipple .\r 
Morton, (now Union Square Av) 
Moscow (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Madison. 8 W to .\mason 
Mou, from S s Howard bet Sixth and 

Seventh, 8 E to Folaom 
Mou Allay (now Uono) 
Moil Avenue (Park Lane Tract), bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth, from 
Caselli Av to Corbett Road 
Moulton, from W a Buchanan bet 
Greennich and Lombard, W lo 
Stein er 
Moulton Avenue (Sunnyside, now 

Hearat Av) 
Moulton Place (now Montague Place) 
Monltrlo (Bernal Height*), from North 
Av nr Coao Av to point 8 of Oto- 
ccnt Av 
Mount Vernon Avenuo, from Mission 
bet Niagara and Ottawa Av a NW 
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Mtvntilii Likt Park, N of Uk« to 
Prendio ReMrration bet Serenth 
»nd Fourt«nih Av« 
MounUIn String Avtnu* (Ouendon 
HeithU). from Burnett At W o( 
CWeodoD At to point W of St«D- 
y»n 
Mulford Alley, from E • Taylor bet 

Busb and Pine 
Mullen Avenue, E from AUbema bet 

Preoita At and Hootcalm 
Munich (Excdaior Bomeetead), from 
La Orande At. 8 W to France At 
Murray, E of Hisalon from HoUy Park 

circle, S to Cresoent At 
Myra, from Osweto and Thirty-third, 

S W to Geneaec 
Myrtle Avenue (now Street), from W 
s LarkinbetCVFarrellaod Geary, 
W to Laguna 
Cron SU. N. 8. 

Urkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Neaa Arenue 200 201 

Franklin »0 101 

Oough (c) (c) 

Octavia 800 Ml 

Lapma (e) (e) 

N touth (now Newhall) 
Naglee Avenue (Weit End Tract), from 
MieaioD. N W to San Joae At or 
County Line 
HtH Cnow Twentieth). 
Napier Alley, from N e Filbert bet Ban- 
some and Montgomery 
Naplei (Excelsior Homestead), from 

Silver At. S W to Amaion 
Napoleon, E of San Bruno Av nr Islaia 

Creek 
Naihua, E of San Bruno At nr lalaia 

Creek 
Natick (Fairmount Tract), from (Jhen- 

ery nr Castro. 8 to Arlington 
Natoma, from W § Fremont bet Mission 

and Howard, S W to Fifteenth 
Ctm Sit. N. B. 

Fremont 2 1 

First 

Second 100 101 

New Montgomery 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (c) (c) 

Howard Court 800 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Marv 

Sixth 500 501 

Russ 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth 700 701 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth 900 901 

FJeventh 1000 1001 

liSfavette 

Twelfth (cj (c) 

Thirteentn (c) (c) 

Fourteenth 1300 1301 

Fifteenth (e) (e) 

Naylor, from S s Munich bet Rolph and 

Cordova S to County Line 

Nabraika (now San Bruno Av), from 

Division bet Vermont and Utah 

Nebraska (.South S. F.). See WatervUie 

Nabraika (Bernal Heights), from Pow- 

hattan, S to Cortland Av 
Nalion Avenue, from County line, N 

W to San Bruno At 
Neptune (Silver Terrace), from Thorn- 
ton At, S to Williams At 
Nevada (now Twenty-third) 
Nevada (Bernal Heights) from Esmer- 
alda At bet Prentiss and Hose- 
crans, S to Crescent At 
New Anthony (now Anthony) 
New Grove Avenue, see Newburg 
New Market (now .\rmy) 
New Montgomery, from 3 s Market bet 
Second and Third, B E to Howard 
Croii Sit. W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Aldrich Alley 

HiiBon 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard (e) (o) 



New Orleans Avenue, from N i Green 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
New York, from the bav bet Virginia 

and HasaachuBette, S to Arthur Av 
Newburg, from Twentv-seventh bet 

Castro and Diamond, 8 to Duncan 
Newcomb Avenue, from Watar Front, 

N W to Islau Creek 
Newell, from N s Lombard bet Maeon 

and Tavlor 
Newhall, from Arthur At, S W to 

Egbert Av 
Newman, from HoUy Park Circle 

bet Ellert and East Av, E to An- 

dover 
Newton, E of Mission, bet Morse and 

Brunswick, nr County Line 
Ney (College Homestead), from E a 

Mission nr SUver At 
Niagara Avenue (West End Tract), N 

W B Mission nr (bounty Line bet 

Geneva and Mount VemoD Ave, 

N W 
NIantlc. off Paknetto Av nr County 

Line 
Nicaragua (South 8. F.). Bee Forty- 
fifth Av South 
Nineteenth, from the bay bet Eifli- 

teenth and Twentieth, W to nr 

Douglass 
Crni SU. N. B. 

llUnoia MO Ml 

Kentucky MO Ml 

Tennessee 700 701 

MinneeoU 800 801 

Indiana 900 901 

Iowa 1000 1001 

Pennsylvania 1100 1101 

Mississippi 1200 1201 

Texas 1300 1301 

Missouri 1400 1401 

Connecticut 1600 IMl 

Arkansas 1600 IMl 

Wisconsin 1700 1701 

Carolina 1800 1801 

DeHaro 1900 1901 

Rhodelsland 2000 2001 

Kansas 2100 2101 

Vermont 2200 2201 

San Bruno Avenue 2300 2301 

Utah 2100 2401 

Potrero ATenue 2500 2601 

Hampshire 2600 2601 

York 2700 2701 

Brvant 2800 2801 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 8000 3001 

Harrison ..8100 3101 

Treat ATenue 3160 8151 

Folsora 8200 8201 

ShotweU 82M 3261 

Howard 3800 3301 

C»pp 3850 3851 

Mis.«ion 3400 8401 

San Carlos 

Lexington 

Valencia 3500 SMI 

Lapidge 

Angelica 

Guerrero 8600 3601 

Dolores 3700 3701 

Church 8800 3801 

Snnches 3900 8901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Hartford 4060 4061 

Castro 4100 4101 

CoUingwood 4200 4201 

Diamond 4800 4801 

Eureka 4400 4401 

Douglass (e) (e) 

Nineteenth Avenue, from Presidio Res- 
ervation, S to Patkaide Boulevard 
Cross Stt. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Uke 100 101 

California 200 201 

Qement 300 Ml 

Geary 400 401 

Ania 600 Ml 

Balboa MO Ml 

Cabrlllo 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

Golden Oate Fwk 

Lincoln Way 1200 1201 

Irving 1800 1301 

Judah 1400 1401 

Klrkham 1600 1601 



Lawton 1600 IMl 

Moraga 1700 1701 

Noriega 1800 1801 

Ortega 1900 1901 

Pacheco 2000 2001 

tuintara 2100 2101 

ivara 2200 2201 

Santiago 2800 2M1 

Tararal 24M 2401 

DUoa 2600 2M1 

Vicente 2600 2M1 

Wawona 2700 2701 

Parkade Boulerard . . . .2800 2801 
Nlneteentk Avenue South (now Sbafter 

Av) 
Ninth, from 8 s Market betjEighth and 

Tenth. S E to Diviiian 

Cross SU. W. E. 

Market J 1 

Stevenson 



Uiaeion 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Foliom 30O Ml 

Ringxold 

Sheridan 

Harrison 400 401 

McLca Court 

Bryant 500 Ml 

Brannan 600 Ml 

Division (e) (e) 

Ninth Avenue, from Mountain Lake 
Park, S to Pacheco. For Noa see 
Nineteenth Av 

Ninth Avenue South (now Innes At) 

Noble (closed), from Hubbell nr Sixth, 
S E to South 

Noble't Alley, from E s Grant At bet 
Union and FUbert 

Noe, from S s Duboce Ave bet San- 
chei and Castro, S to Laidiey 

Cross SU. W. E. 

Duboce Avenue 2 1 

Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Beaver 

Sixteenth 

Market 300 Ml 

Seventoenth 400 401 

Ford 

Eighteenth 600 Ml 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 Ml 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

T/iberty 

Twenty-first 800 

Hill. 



Ml 



Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvnrado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Elisabeth 

Twenty-fourth 1100 1101 

Jersey 

Twenty-fifth 1200 1201 

Clipper 

Twenty-dxth 1300 IMl 

Army 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 16M IMl 

VaUey 

Twenty-ninth 1600 IMl 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Laidiey (e) (e) 

Nome Avenue (now Danvers) 
Noonan Alley. See Sunshine Court 
Nordhotf (Glen Park Terrace), bei 
Baden and Tustin Avs. from Stil- 
llngs Av, S 
Norfolk (late Nevada), from S e Folsom 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth, S E 
to Harrison 
Noriega, from Seventh Av S of Moraga, 

W to the ocean 
Notlom, from S to Head Bright n> 

Broad 
Norrrui (now Altamont) 
Norman, E of San Bmno Av nr Idals 

Creek 
North Avenue (now Bocana) 



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N*rth Point, from the bay bet Bay and 
Bach, W to Presidio ReMrratioo 

Creu SU. N. S. 

Kearny 2 1 

Giant Arenae 100 101 

Stockton aOO 201 

PoweU 300 aoi 

Haaon 400 401 

Taylor 500 801 

Jonee 600 601 

I^arenworth 700 701 

Hyde 800 801 

Larkin 900 901 

Polk 1000 1001 

Van NeM Avenue (c) (c) 

GoTm't Reservation .... 

Laiuna 1500 1501 

Buchanan 1600 1601 

Webster 1700 1701 

Fillmore 1800 1801 

Bteiner 1900 1901 

Pierce 2000 2001 

Scott 2100 2101 

Divisadero 2200 2201 

Broderick 2300 2301 

Baker 2400 2401 

Lyon (e) (e) 

North Stinyan, from S b .^Idine bet 
Parker Av and WUlard North, S 
to Fulton 

North Willard. See Willard \orth 

Norton (.Academy Tract), from N W s 
Mission bet Harrington and Bauer 

Norton Court (now Langton), from 8 s 
Brannan bet Seventh and Eighth 

Norton Place (now Darrell Place) 

Norwich (Bemal Heights), from W s 
Alabama nr Ripley/ff to Treat Av 

Nottingham Place, from E s Kearny bet 
Pacific and Broadway 

Nusva Avenue (Oocker Bay Shore 
Tract), from Raymond, .\v N and 
N E to Vista Av 

Nwnani Alley, E s Eighth bet Folsom 
and Howard 

(now Ortf ga) 

O'Connell Place, from N s Vallejo bet 
Powell and Mason 

O'Ptrrell, from junction Market and 
Grant Av bet Ellis and (kary. W 
to Calvary Ometerj' 

Croti SU. N. S 

Market and Grant Av. . . 2 1 

Savings Union Place... 

Stockton 100 101 

PoweU 200 201 

Carlos 

Elwood 

Mason 300 301 

Taylor 400 401 

Shannon 

Jones 500 501 

Leavenworth GOO 001 

Harlem Alley 

Ada Court 

Hyde 700 701 

Larkin 800 801 

Polk 900 901 

Van Ness Avenue 1000 1001 

Franklin 1100 1101 

Gough 1200 1201 

Octaria 1300 1301 

Laguna 1400 1401 

Buchanan 1500 1501 

HoUis 

Webster 1600 1601 

FiUmore 1700 1701 

Sterner 1800 ISOl 

Pierce 1901 

Elton 

Scott 2000 2001 

Beideman 

Divisadero 2)00 2101 

Broderick 2200 2201 

St. Joeeph's Avenue .... (e> (e) 

O'Ftrrell Alley. Sxe Elwood 

Oak, from junction Market and Van 
Ness Av bet Page and Fell. W to 
Stanvan 

CroM Stt. N. S. 

Market Street and Van 

Ness Av 2 1 

Franklin 100 101 

Gough 200 201 

Octavis 300 301 

Laguna 400 401 



Buchanan 600 SOI 

Webster «00 601 

FiUmore 700 701 

Steiner 800 801 

Pierce 900 901 

Scott 1000 1001 

Divisadero 1100 1101 

Broderiik 1200 1201 



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1401 
1501 
IfiOl 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
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Central Avenue (o) 

Masonic ■ (o) 

Aehbury (OJ 

Cla>ton (o) 

Cole (o) 

Shrader (o) 

Stanyan (e) 

Oak Grove, from S s Harrison bet 

Fifth and Sijth, S E to Bryant 
Oakdale Avenue, from Water Front, N 

^' to San Bruno Av 
Oakwood (late Fair Oak« Court), from 
S s Eighteenth bet Guerrero and 
Dolores 
Ocean Avenue, from Mission half mile 
S of Silver Av, W to the ocean. 
That portion bet Automobile Boul- 
evara and Ocean now closed 
Ocean Boulevard, from termination 
ClifT Av nr B along the ocean 
beach. S to Ocean Av 
Ocean Terrace (now Sunset Terrace) 
Octavia. from N s Market bet Gough 

and Laguna, N to Bay 
Cross Sis. E. W. 

Market and Waller 2 

Haight 100 

Rose 

Page 200 



Lilv 

Oak.... 
Hickory. 

FeU 

Linden.. 



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Orovc 600 

Birch 

Fulton 700 



Ash. 

McAUisler 800 

Golden Gate \venue (c) (c 

Jefferson Square 

Eddy 1100 110 

WiUo* 

Ellis 1200 120 

Olive 

O'FarreU 1300 130 

M>TUe 

Geary 1400 140 

Cedar 

Post 1600 15« 

Walnut 

Sutter ICOO 160 

Bush 1700 170 

Austin 

Pine 1800 180 

California 1900 190 

Sacramento (c) (c 

Liifavette Park 

Washington... 2200 220 

Jnckson 2300 230 

Pacific Avenue 2400 240 

Br<«dway 2500 250 

Vallejo 2600 260 

Green 2700 270 

Union 2800 280 

Filbert 2900 290 

Greenwich 3000 300 

Lombard 3100 810 

Chestnut 3200 320 

Francisco 3300 830 

Bennett 

Government Reservation 

Tonquln 3800 380! 

Ogdsn Avenue (Bemal Heights), from 

.\ndover .\v E to Oescent Av 
Ohio (South S. F.), from the bay ni 

Virginia. S to Arthur Av 
Ohio Place (now Osgood Place) 
Oklahoma, from the bay bet New Yorl 

and Ohio. S to Arthur Av 
Old Hickory (now Ogden Avenue) 
Old San Jose Road, now San Jose .Av 
Olive Avenue (now street), from W s 
Larkin bet FJlis and O'Farrell. W 
tn Buchanan 



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Larkin 2 1 

Polk 100 101 

Van Ne» Avenue 200 201 

Franklin (c) (c) 

Gough (c) (c) 

Octavia 500 601 

Laguna 600 601 

Buchanan (e) (e) 

Oil's Court (now Charlton a) 

Oliver (West End Homestead), from 

Mission S E nr County Line 
Olmstead (L'niversity Homestead). 

from W B Ran Bruno Av S of 

Dwight 
Olnoy Avenue, from County Line, N W 

to San Bruno .\r 
Oloron, W of San Jose Av, from Paul- 
ding to Jamac 
Olympui, from N s Seventeenth nr 

O&ytou 
Onsioa Avenue (West End Tract), 

from Cayuga Av S of Onondaga 

Av. N W to San Jose Av 
Oneida Place, from S s Sacramento bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Oneotl (Reis Tract^ from point at 

Hoyt, N E to Harkness 
Onondaga Avenue (West End Tract), 

from W s Mission nr Rusaa Av, 

N W to Ocean .\v 
0^1 Alley, from Orbett Av nr (Say- 
ton, N W to Burnett .\v 
Opal Place from K s Tavlor bet Golden 

Gate Av and Turk 
Opera Alley, from N e Mission bet Third 

and Fourth 
Ophir Alloy, from N s Post bet Taylor 

and Jones 
Orange Alley, from Twentv-fourtb bet 

Valencia and Bartlett. S to Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Orchard (Falrmount Tract), Arbor nr 

Diamond 
Ord, from point near States West of 

Douglass, S to Eighteenth. 
Ord Court, from Ord N of Vulcnn W 

to Levant 
Ordway. from W s San Bruno Av 8 of 

Man sell 
Oregon, from pomt E of Dnunm hci 

Washmgton and Jackson, W to 

Battery 
Cross SU. N. S. 

Drumm 100 101 

Davis 20e 201 

Front (cl (c) 

Battery (e) (e) 

Orient, from N s Twenty-third bet 

Church and Vicksburg. S of 

Eliiabeth 
Orizaba Avenue, W of San Jose Av nr 

County Line 
Orleani, E of San Bruno Av nr Islais 

Creek 
Orsenlus, E of San Bruno .\v, from 

Nashua to Byrne 
Ortega, from Eighth .Av S o( Noriega. 

W to the ocean 
Otage Alley, from Twenty-fourth bet 

Mission and Bortlett, S to Twenty- 

aiith 
Oscar Alley, from N s (^ementina bet 

First and Second 
Osgood Place, from N s Pacific bet 

Sansome and Montgomery, N to 

Broadway 
Oswego, from Sussex W of Stanford 

Heights Av, S to Thirty-fourth 
Otega Avenue, from Mount Vernon .\v 

E of San Jose Av, S W 
Otis, from Mission and Twdith, S W to 

McCoppin, thence S to Mission and 

Duboce Av 
Otsego Avenue (West End Tract), from 

Mt. Vernon Av to Santa Ysabel 

Av 
Ottim Avenue (West End Tract). 

from Misaioo. N W to San Jose .A v. 

nr County Line 
Oxford (Lniversitv Homestead), from 

Silver Av. S to Mansell 
P (now Pacheco) 
P South (now Phelps) 
Pacheco, from Ninth Av S of Ortega. 

W to the ocean 



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STEEET AND AVENIIB OUIDB 



PuhM* AvwHi* (bDcks Bay Bbon 
Tract), (ram Rajrmond At, N to 
McKinley At 
FacKle, from the buy brt Jsckaon sod 
Bro«d«r«y. W to Larkin. (The 
oontinuatioD of the street from 
Larkin ii called Pacific Av) 
Crou Su. N. S. 

The Embwndaro 2 , 1 

DrunUQ 

D»Ti« 100 101 

Front 200 201 

Battary SOO SOI 

Silver Star PUc« 

Sanaome MO 401 

Otgood Place 

Montgomery 800 601 

Jerome Alley 

Kearny 600 601 

Coliunbua ATenue 

Beckett 

Grant Avenue 700 701 

Jackson Court 

Pelton Place 

Stockton 800 801 

Cordelia 

Trenton 

PoweU 900 901 

Keyea Alley 

SoottPlace 

Uaaoa 1000 1001 

Auburn 

Salmon 

Himmelmann Place 

Taylor 1100 1101 

Jones 1200 1201 

teavenn-orth 1300 1301 

Burgoyae Place 

Hyde 1400 HOI 

Morrell Place 

UcCormick 

Grimm'e Place 

Larkin (e) (e) 

Pulllc Alley, from S ■ Broadway bet 

Grant At and Stockton 
Pacific Allay (now Pelton Place) 
Pmelfic Avanui, continuation of Pacific 
Street from Larkin to Presidio 
ReKtration. (The numbers com- 
mence at 1600, a continuation of 
the numbers on the street) 
CroM SU. N. S. 

Larkin 1500 1501 

Polk 1600 1»1 

Van Ness Avenue 1700 1701 

Franklin ISOO ISOl 

Gough "W 1901 

Octavia 2000 2001 

Lapina 2100 2101 

Buchanan 2200 2201 

Webster 2300 2S0l 

FiUmore 2400 2401 

SUiner 2500 2501 

Piece 2600 2601 

Scott 2700 2701 

DiTiaadcro 2800 2801 

Broderick 2900 290i 

Baker JOOO lOOi 

Lyon 3100 SlOi 

Preiidia Avenue 3200 320i 

Walnut (o) laOi 

Laurel (oi 840i 

Page, from junction Market and Frank- 
lin bet Haifht and Oak, W to 
Stanyan 
CroM Su. N. S. 

Market and Franklin 2 1 

Oouih 100 101 

L*(un* 200 201 

OcUTia 300 301 

Buchanan 400 401 

Webster 600 601 

FOlmora 600 601 

Steiner 700 701 

Pi<roe 800 801 

Scott 900 901 

Divisadero 1000 1001 

Broderick 1100 1101 

Baker 1200 1201 

Lvon 1300 1301 

Central Avenue 1400 1401 

Maaonic Avenue 1600 1601 

Ashbury 1600 1601 

CUyton 1700 1701 

Cole 1800 1801 

Shrader 1900 1901 

Stanyan (e) (e) 



Pagoda Place, from N s Sacramento 

Stockton 
Palm Avenue Hate Micbifan Avenue), 
from California 8 to Geary bet 
Jordan and Arguello Bird 
Palmer (Fairmount Tract), from Har- 
per, S E to Chenery 
Palmetto Avenue, from San Jose At nr 

County Lbe 
Palo Alto Avenue, from Burnett At to 

point W of Stanyan 
Paloma Avenue (logleside) from Ocean 

Av to Junipero Serre Blvd 
Paleu Avenue, from Water Front, N W 

to Islaie Oeek 
Panama, from San Uego Av W to 
West Railroad At nr County Line 
Paraguay (South S. F.), see Fourteenth 

Av South 
Pardee Alley, from W a Grant At bet 

Filbert and Greenwich 
Pvis (Excelsior Homeetead), from 
point N of Avalon At, 8 W to 
Amaton 
Park, from Holly Park Circle to An- 

dover Av 
Park Avenue (now City HaU Avenue) 
Park Drive, from G. 0. Park N bet 13th 

and 14th Avs 
Park Hill Avenue, from Buena Vista 
Av W of South Broderick. 8 to 
Masonic Av 
Park Lane (now Ashbury). from Six- 
teenth to Eicbtcenth 
Park Lane. North (no» Taber Place) 
Park Lane, South (now Vamey Place) 
Park Road (now Buena Vista Avenoe). 

surrounding Buena Vista Park 
Park Way. of St. Charles Av nr 

County Line 
Parker (now Montcalm) 
Parker Alley (now Parkhurst Alley) 
Parker Avenue, from S s (Mifornia 

opposite Maple, S to Fulton 
Parkhunt Allsy. from N s Clay bet 

Stockton and PoweU 
Parkslde Avenue (now Parnns) 
Parktids Boulevard, S of Yorba. from 

Automobile Av. W to the Ocean 
Parnaitut Avenue (Intc SuUivan), from 
(Invton bet Ctrl and Grattan, W 
and S W to Fifth Av 
Parrott Alley, from W s Davis bet 

California and Sacramento 
Parsons, from N s Fulton bet North 

SUnyan and North Willard 
Patterson, E of San Bruno Av from 

Flower, N E 
Patton, from Appleton Av, 8 to Hifh- 

land Av 
Paul Avenue (Paul Tract), from Kail- 
road Av opposite Gtlman Av W 
to San Bruno Av. opposte Dwight 
Paulding, from W s San Jose At bet 

Jarnac and Havelock 
Peabody (late Byrne), W of San Bruno 

Av nr 0)unty Line 
Pearl, from 8 s Market bet Hermann 
and Guerrero. S to Ihlboce ATenue 
Pearl Alley (now Morgan Alley) 
Pelham, E of San Bruno Av nr Islals 

Creek 
Pelton Place, from 8 s Broadway bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Psmbsrton Place. W a Burnett At, W 

to Claj-ton 
Peniniuta Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 
Tract), bet Wheeler and 8Ute 
Ave. from Hood Av, 8 
Pennsylvania, from Sixteenth bet Iowa 

and Mississippi. S to Tulare 
Penebieot (South S. F.). See H Sootk 
Peoria (Crocker Tract) oB Mission. 

San Mateo Co. 
Pepler W of Prim from Rhine nr 

County Line. 
Peralta Avenue, from Rolladay At 8 
of Army, S W and 8 to Union 
and San Bruno At8 
Psrins Place, from W a Steiner bet C^- 
ifomia and Sacramento, W to 
Pierce 
Perry, from point W of Second bet 
Harrison and Bryant, S W to Fifth 
Cress 51s. N. 8- 

W of Second 2 1 

Third 100 101 



Fourth 200 201 

Fifth (e) (•) 

Perry Avenue (now Reynolds) 

Peril* Avenue, from Mission S of Braail 

Av, 8 R to La Grande Av 
Peru Avenue, from Silver At nr Lisbon 
Petera Avenue, from S a Fair Av bet 

Mission and Coleridee 

Petrarch Place, from 8 s Pine bet Baa- 
some and Montgomery 
PfeHfar, from point of Grant At bet 
Cheatnnt and Fnnoiaco, W I* 
Stockton 
Phelan Av, off Flood Av, bet Hamburg 

and Genesee 
Phelps, from Arthur Av,8 W to Revere 
At and from WUliama At, 8 W ta 
Charter Oak At 
Phoenix Terrace, S s of Pacific, bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Pico Avenue (Ingleaide) oS Aabton Are 

bet Ocean Av and Head 

PMmMt. from Masonic At nr OoD- 

Creea,8 W 
Pierce, from Dubace Park bet Steiner 

and Scott, N to the bay 

Cross Su. E. W. 

Duboce Park 60 61 

WaUer 100 101 

Haiiht 200 201 

Pa4p 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

FeU 500 601 

Hayes (c) (e) 

Alamo Square 

Fulton 800 801 

Mc.\lliBter 900 901 

Golden Gate Avmue ... 1009 1001 

Elm 

Turk 1100 1101 

Fxidy 1200 1201 

EUie 1300 1301 

O'Farrell (e) (e) 

Geary (c) (e) 

Hamilton Square. .. .. 

Poet 1000 1601 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

CaUfomia 2000 2001 

Ferine Place 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clav (c) (c) 

AlU Plasa 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific Avenue 2500 2801 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Vallejo 2700 2701 

Green 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 3000 3001 

Greenwich 3100 3101 

ReglevPUce 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Chestnut 3300 3301 

Francisco 3400 3401 

Bay 3S00 3501 

NorthPoint 3600 3801 

Beach 3700 «01 

Jefferson 3800 3801 

Tonouin 3900 390 

Lewis iOOO 4001 

Pike. See V\ averly Place 
Pine, from junction Market and Davia 
bet Bush and California. W to 
Presidio At 

CroitSU. N. 8. 

Uirket and Davis 2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battorv 200 201 

Sansome 300 301 

Leideidorff 

Exchange Place 

Petrarch Place 

Montgomery 400 401 

Rus> .Mley 

Belden 

Kearny 500 801 

St. George Alley 

St. Anne 

Quincy 

Grant Avenue (00 601 

Sophie Terrace 

Stockton 700 701 

Joice 

Monroe 

PoweU 800 801 



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Kuan SOO Ml 

PinePlice 

Tlylor 1000 1001 

Jsnet 1100 1101 

LtSTroworth 1200 1201 

Hyd» 130O 1301 

Urldn 1400 1401 

Polk 1500 1601 

Van Nea Arenue 1600 1601 

Franklin 1700 1701 

Oou«h 1800 1801 

OcUris 1900 1901 

Lsgiu» 2000 2001 

Biclunui 2100 2101 

Webrtw 2200 2201 

Middle 

Fillmore 2300 2801 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2600 2501 

Scott 2600 2601 

Dirindero 2700 2701 

Broderick 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon 8000 8001 

Presidio Avenue (e) (e) 

Pine Plica, from N i Pine bet Maaon 
and Taylor 

Pink Alley, from Pearl bet Market and 
Thirteenth 

PInkney Place (now Romo PI) 

Piaehe, from jimction Silyer At and 
Cambridge, W to Madison 

Plocha Alley (now Pagoda Place) 

Pioneer Park, bet Montgomery, Kearny, 
FUbert and Oreenwich 

Pioneer Place, from W a Fourth bet 
Market and Jenie 

Piper Alley, from Ecker N E bet Hin- 
aion and Jeasie 

PIxlay, from W a Buchanan bet Filbert 
and Greenwich, W to Steiner 

Platte (South S. F.). See L South 

Pliaiant, from W a Taylor bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay, W to Jones 

Plum, from E a Mission bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth 

Plnmai (South S. F.), from the bay 
bet Mendocino and Fresno, W to 
Arthur Av 

Pluto, (now Plato), from Masonic Av 
S to Lower Terrace 

Plymouth Avenue, from San Jose Av 
opp Sickles Av, N to Ocean Av 

Plymouth Avenue. See Highland Av 

Pocahontas (now Moultrie) 

Point Lobot Avenue, from Fortieth 
At off Gearv St W to Ocean, bet 
Anza and Clement Sts 

Fortieth Avenue 2 1 

Forty-first " 100 101 

Forty-second " 200 201 

Forty-third " 300 301 

Forty-fourth " 400 401 

Forty-fifth " 500 601 

Forty-eixth " 600 601 

Forty-eeventh " 700 701 

Forty-eighth " 800 

CUff House 

Polk, from N s Market bet Larkin and 
Van Neea At, N to the bay 

CroM SU. E. W. 

Market and Fell 2 1 

Hayea 100 101 

iTy 

Grove 200 201 

Birch 

Fulton 800 801 

Ash 

HcAUistei 400 401 

Redwood 

(jolden Gate ATenue SOO 501 

Elm 

Turk 600 601 

Larch 

Eddv 700 701 

Willow 

Ellis 800 801 

Olive 

O'FarreU 900 901 

Myrtle 

Geary 1000 1001 

Cedar 

Port 1100 1101 

Hemlock Avenue 

Sutter 1200 1201 

Fern 



Buah 1300 ISO' 

Austin 

Pine 1400 1401 

California 1600 1501 

Sacramento 1600 1601 

Clay 1700 1701 

Washiogton 1800 1801 

Jackson 1900 1901 

Pacific *Tenue 2000 2001 

Broadway 2100 2101 

VaUejo 2200 2201 

Bonita 

Green 2300 2301 

Union ....2400 2401 

FUbert 2600 2501 

Greenwich 2600 2601 

Lombard 2700 2701 

Chestnut 2800 2801 

Francisco 2900 2901 

Bay 80OO 8001 

NorthPoint 3100 3101 

Beach 3200 3201 

Jefferson 3300 3301 

Tonquin 3400 8401 

Lewis (e) (e) 

Polk LAni (dow Stark) 

Pollard Place, from N a Vallcjo bet 

Kearny and (jrant At 
Pollock (South S. F.). from Yoeemite 
At nr the bay, S W to County 
Line 
Pomona, from Bay View bet Latona 

and Flora, S to Thornton At 
Pond, from S « Siileenth bet Sajichei 

and Noe, S to Seventeenth 
Pope, from Mission opp Niagara Av, S 

to Hannn 
Poplar Alley (now Street), from Twenty- 
fourth bet Valencia and San Joae 
Av, S to T»enty-Biith 
Porter (Bernal Heights), from S s 
Crescent Av bet B.nche and Roscoe 
Porter Avenue (now Ellington av) 
Portola, (late Daisy) from Duboce Park 
bet Steiner and Pierce, N to 
Waller 
Portola Drive, from Junipero Serra fil 

to Stanford Heights 
Porto Rico (South 8. F.). See Fortieth 

Ay South 
Portsmouth Square, bet Qay, Washing- 
ton, Kearny, and Brenham Place 
Post, from junction Market and Mont- 
gomery bet Geary and Sutter, W 
to Presidio Av 
Cro»« .%. N. 8. 

Market and Montgomery. 2 1 

Lirk Place 



Gardner 

Grant Avenue 200 

Stuckton 300 

Powell 400 



100 101 



Ma 



401 



500 601 



Taylor 600 

.\gate Alley 

Shannon 

Ophir _\lley .. 

Jones 700 701 

Leavenworth 800 801 

Hyde 900 901 

Mencham Place 

Post Street Court 

Larkin 1000 1001 

Polk 1100 1101 

Van Nesa Avenue 1200 1201 

Franklin 1300 1801 

Oough 1400 1401 

Octavia 1500 1501 

Laguna 1600 1601 

Buchanan 1700 1701 

WeUter 1800 1801 

FUlmote 1900 1901 

Avery 

Steiner 2000 (o) 

Pierce 2100 (o) 

Scott 2200 2201 

Diviaadero 2300 2801 

ErkBon(3ourt 

Broderick 2400 2401 

Baker 2500 2601 

Lyon 2600 2601 

Presidio Avenue (e) (e) 

Pest Office Place. See Custom Bouse 
Place 

Post Street Court, from N s Post bet 
Hvde and Larkin 



Potomac (.South S. F ). See R South 
Potrero Avenue, from Brannao bet. 
Utah and Hampshire. S to Ser- 
pentine Ave. 
Cross Sts. W. E. 



Alameda 100 101 

Fifteenth 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Maxipoea 500 501 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Nineteenth 700 701 

Twentieth 800 801 

Twenty-first 900 (o) 

Twenty-second 1000 (o) 

Twenty-third IIOO 1101 

Twenty-fourth 1200 1201 

Twenty-fifth 1300 1301 

Twenty-aixth 1400 1401 

Serpentine Avenue (e) (e) 

Potter (now Twelfth), from S s Market 
bet Eleventh and Brady, SE to 
Mission 

Powell, from N s Market bet Stockton 
and Mason, N to the bay 

Cross Sts. E. W. 

Market and Eddy 2 



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100 101 



O'FarreU 200 

Geary (o) 301 

Post 400 401 

Sutter 500 501 

Anson Place 

Bush 600 601 

Felb Place 

Lily Terrace 

Pine 700 701 

California 800 801 

Sacramento 900 901 

Clay 1000 1001 

Washington 1100 1101 

Jackson 1200 1201 

John 

CarminePlace 

Pacific 1300 1301 

Fi^r Alley 

Broadway 1400 1401 

Valleio 1500 1501 

Green 1600 1601 

Union (o) 1701 

Columbus Avenue 

Filbert 1800 1801 

Greenwich 1900 1901 

Lombard 2000 2001 

Chestnut 2100 2101 

Francisco 2200 2201 

Vandewater 

Bay 2300 2301 

NorthPoint 240O 240i 

Beach 2500 2501 

Jefferson 

Embarcadero 

Powell Avenue (now Powers Av) 

Powere Avenue, from Mission S of Pre- 
cila Av. S E to Coleridge 

Powhittan Avenue (Bemal Heights) 
from North av bet Eameralda and 
Eugenia Avs. E to Holladay At 

Prague, (Excelsior Homestead)^ from 
China At bet Munich and Pviblin, 
SW 

Pratt Place. See EUick Lane 

Preclta Avenue (Bemal Heights), from 
Mission S of .Ajmy, E to York 

PrKlta Place (now Precito Av) 

Prentiss (Bemal Heights), from Esmer- 
alda At bet Banks and Nevada 
At, S to Oescent Av 

Preicott. See Ohio Place 

Prescott Court, from 8 e Vallcjo bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 

President, from Flint N W, Buena Vista 
Park 

Presidio (now MIley) 

Presidio Avenue, W of Lyon from 
Presidio Reservation, S to Geary 

CroM SU. W. E. 

Presidio Reservation 

Pacific -^Tenue 1 2 

Jackson 101 100 

Washington 201 200 

Clay 301 300 

Sacramento 401 400 

California 600 

Pine 600 

Bush 70O 



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PrMidIo AvtiMi»— (ContiDued) 

8»ilter 800 

Port 800 

Owrj' (e) (.) 

Fmldlo Tarrtc*. from W of Arpiello 

Bird, from Lake N to Preadio 

Reaepration 
PrMton Ptac« (now ConTerae) 
Prlct Row. from N b Oemii bet Grant 

; At and Stockton. N to Union 
PriMI. from 8 8 Washington bet Jones 

. and Leavenworth 
^rlm, from Mission to San Jose At nr 

County Line 
^Imrota. See Carmelita. 
Princeton (University Homestead) 

from Silver Av to ManseU 
Prlnole Court, from N s Greenwich bet 

Sansoroe and Montgomerv 
Prior Court off Ninth At bet Fulton 

and Cabrillo 
Prospect Avenue (Bemal Heights), from 

Oso Av bet Coleridge and Win- 

6eld. W 8 to Cortland Av 
Protpett Place (now Jolce), from 8 s 

Clay bet Stockton and Powell, 8 

to California 
Prospect Place (Bemal Heights), see 

Ripley 
Prosper, from S s Sixteenth bet Sanches 

and Noe, S to Seventeenth 
Pulaski Avenuo, from (bounty Line. 

N W to San Bruno At 
Putnam (Bernal Heighte), from S s 

Cortland Av bet Bronte and 

Nevada Av 
0,' eee Quintara from Tenth At S of 

P, W to the Ocean 
Quanf , from S b Twenty-first bet Do- 

tores and Fair Oaks, S to 

Twenty-fourth 
Quebec Avenue, from County Line, N W 

to San Bruno Av 
Quesida Avenue, from Wate^ Front. 

N W to IslalB Creek 
Quince Alley (now (Juinr) 
Quincy. from N a Puie bet Kearny and 

Grant Av. N to (^lifornia 
Quinn (now Clinton Park), fromSteven- 

aon, W bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth 
Quint, from Arthur At, 8 W to Rerere 

At, and from Bancroft At S to 

Egbert At 
Quintiri, from Tenth At 8 of P. W to 

the Oc«ao 
R. from Tenth At 8 of Q. W to the 

Ocean. See Rirera 
Rao. off Farragut At b«t Huron and 

Uission 
Railroad Avenue, from Kentucky and 

Burke, S W to San Bruno At nr 

Davidson At 
Railway, from G a Dolorea bet S«Ten- 

teenth and Eighteenth 
Ralston.W of SanJoseAr nrCk)untyLine 
Ramona Avanuo, from 8 a of Four- 
teenth bet Guerrero and Dobrea 
Ramsell (Oty Ijind Ase'n Tract), W 

of San Jose At nr County Line 
Randall (Fairmount Tract) from Mia- 

flion S of Thirtieth, W to Palmer 
Randall Place (now Southard Place) 
Randolph (City Land Ass'n Tract), W 

of San Jose Av nr County Line 
Rankin, from Islaia S W to Thomas Av 
Rausch, from 8 s Howard bet Seventh 

and Eighth, S E to Folaom 
Raymond Avenue, bet Arleta and Le- 

land Ave, W from San firuno At 
ttUi, from Williams Av to Thornton 

bet Ceres and Diana 
Rodfield Allay, from W a Taylor bet 

Union and Filbert, turning N to 

Filbert 
Redwood, from W a Larkin bet He- 

AUister and Golden Gale At, W 
Ctom Sti. N. S. 

Larkin 2 I 

Polk 100 101 

Van Neaa Atcnue 200 201 

Franklin 300 301 

Cough (c) (e) 

OrUTia (c) (c) 

Laguna «00 801 

Redwood Court, from W a Howard bet 

Sixteenth and Serenteenth 



Read from N s Clay bet Jonea and 

Leavenworth, N to Waahingtoo 
Road (now Newton) 
Road Place (now Reno) 
Regan Place, from 8 a (}eary bet Powell 

and Mason 
Regent, from Wyoming At, N W to 

Palmetto At nr County Line 
Roflley Place, from E a Pierce bet 

Greenwich and lx>mbard 
Rano. from S s Gi«<n bet Uontgomery 

and Kearoy 
Raaarvolr. from N a Market bet 

Duboee At and Fourteenth, W to 

Church 
Ravara Avenue, from Water Front, N 

W to Islais Oeek 
Ray, W of San Bruno At nr County 

Reynolds, from S s Golden Gate Av, 

bet Parker Av and Willard, N to 

UcAllister 
Rhine, Wof San Jose Avnr County Line 
Rhode Island, from Division bet De 

Haro and Kansas, S to Massini 
Rice, from San Jose Av nr County Line 
Richland Avanua, from S P R R oppo- 
site Miguel, E to Andover 
Richmond (now Halleck) 
Richmond Avenue, from Parker Av bet 

Geary and California, W to Ar- 

guello Boulevard 
Richmond Court, S s Pomt Loboa At 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth At 
RIchtar Avenue, from Clounty Line. N 

W to San Bruno At 
RIckard. from W s San Bruno Av nr 

Islais Creek 
Ridge Lane, from San Jose Av 6 of 

Mount Vernon Av, W to Howth 
Ridley, now Duboee Av 
RIneon. from Folsom bet First and 

Second. 8 E to Bryant 
RIncon Court (now Elkhart) 
Ringgold, from W a Eighth bet Folsom 

and Harrison, S W to Ninth 
Ripley (Bernal Heights), from ShotweU, 

S to Stoneman, E to Peralta At 
RKch. from S b Folsom bet Third and 

Fourth, S E to Townaend 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Folaom 2 1 

Clara 

Harrison (c) (c) 

Bryant MO 201 

Brannan 300 301 

Townsend (e) (e) 

Rivera, from Tenth At S of Quintara, 

W to the Ocean 
RIvolt Avanua (now Street) from Clay- 
ton bet Alma Av and Seventeenth 

to point W of Stanyan 
Roach, from N s Filbert bet Taylor 

and Jones, N to Greenwich 
Roanoke (Fairmount Tract), from 

Bemis, 8 E to 8 P R R 
Rockland (late Brady Place), from E a 

Larkin bet Green and Union 
Rodney, now Ecker 
Rodgert, from 8 s Folaom bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Rola Court, from 8 a Greenwich bet 

Laguna and Buchanan 
Rolph, off Mission nr 0)unty Line 
Remain, from Douglass nr Twentieth, 

W to Corbett At, thence 8 W to 

Buroett At 
Rome, from Niagara At nr Huron At 

SW 
Romo Place, from N s Broadway bet 

Kearny and Grant Av. N to Vallejo 
Rondel Place, from S s Sixteenth bet 

Hoff At and Valencia 
Roosevelt Avenue (Crocker Tract) off 

Mission, San Mateo Co 
Rotcoe (Bemal Heights), from Cres- 
cent At nr Porter, S 
Rote Alley (now Aldrich Alley) 
Rota from N a Market bet Height 

and Page, W to Laguna 
Cross Sis. N. S. 

Market 2 1 

Gough 100 101 

OcUtu 200 201 

Laguna (e) (e) 

Rote PUea, from E a Taylor bet Eddy 

and Ellia 



Rosaerant (Bemal Heighte), from 
Esmeralda At, S to PowhatUn 

Resamont Place, from N s Fourtcesith 
bet Guerrero and Dolorea 

Ron Allay, from N a Washington bet 
Grant At and Stockton, N to 
Jtekeon 

Roasuth, from E a Loomia to Alcatras 

Rottack. from Bosworth W of Roue- 
aeau. S to Springdale 

Rousseau, from S P R R bet Milton 
and Rotleck, S to Springdale 

Rowland, from S a Broadway bet 
Montgomery' and Kearny 

Rushton, 8 a Brannan bet Third and 
Fourth 

Ruts, from S a Minna bet Sixth and 
SeTenth, S E to Folsom 

Ruis Alley, from N s Bush bet Mont- 
gomery and Keamy. N to Pine 

Ruttell, from W s Hyde bet Green 
and Union, W to West End Alley 

Russia Avenue, from Mianon 8 of 
Persia Av, S E to La Grande At 

Russian Hill Place, from N a Valleio 
bet Jones and Taylor 

Rutland, from Harbiesa At, N to 
(3ounty Line 

Rutledga (Bemal Heights), from BoUa- 
day At. W to Alabama S of 
Montcalm 

Ryan, E of Alabama from Precita 
Av, S to Montcalm 

Ryan Avanua, now Florida 

S South (now Selby) 

Sabin Place, from N s California bet 
Grant At and Stockton 

Sacramento, from the bay bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay, W to ArguelloBlvd 

CroM Sis. N. S. 

Market and Bmbarcadero 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

DaTis 200 201 

Front 300 301 

Battery WO 401 

Sanaome SOO 601 

t«ideedorff 

Montgomery dOO Ml 

Spring 

Keamy 700 701 

Grant ATentie 800 801 

WaTcrly Place 

Oneida Place 

Pagoda Place 

Brooklyn Place 

Stockton 000 901 

Stephena Court 

Prospect Place 

Miles Place 

PoweU 1000 1001 

Hanover Place 

Mason 1100 1101 

Cushman 

Tavlor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1801 

I.ysett Place 

Lerov Place 

Golden Court 

Leavenworth 1400 1401 

Kimball PUce 

Hyde ISOO 1501 

Larkin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Ness Avenue ISOO 1801 

FrahkUn 1900 1901 

Gough (o) 2001 

OctavU (o) 2101 

Laguna 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2iS00 2801 

.Steiner 2600 2601 

Pierce 2700 2701 

Scott 2800 2801 

DIvisodero 2900 2901 

Broderick 3000 3001 

Baker 3100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Presidio Avenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 3400 8401 

Uurel 3500 3501 

locust 3800 3801 

Spruce 3700 3701 

iTaple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

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hgamon, W of San Jo« At nr County 

Line 
taltm (Isle Ro»), (rora Cre«cent Av, 

S E to CaM 
StIInt PItu (now Sabin Place) 
Satinu Avenue (Paul Tract), from 
Railroad Av opp Ingerson At, W 
to San Bruno Av 
Salman, from N a PaciSc bet Hason 

and Taylor, N to Broadway 
Salome, E of San Bruno At nr lalaie 

Creek 
Samotet, from Franconia, N W to 

Peralta Av 
Sampion Avenue, from County Line, 

N to W San Bruno At 
San Anselimi Av (St Francis Wood) off 

Corbett Av nr Terrace Drive 
San Antanio, from W s Kearny bet 
Valleio and Oreen, and from N e 
Vallejo bet Kearny and Grant At 
San Benito Way (St Francis Wood) 
off San Anselmo Av bet Saota 
Clara Av and Santa Ana Av 
San Bruno Avenue, from Division bet 
UtfthandVermont.StoOuntyLine 
San Buenaventura Way (St Francis 
Wood) off Corbett Road, nr Sloat 
Boulevard 
San Carlot (late Jessie), from Sycamore 
At bet Mission and Valencia, S 
to Twenty-first 
San Diego Avenue (HlUcrest Tract) nr 

County Line 
San Fernando Way (St Francis Wood) 
off Corbett Rd, nr Sloat Boulevard 
San Gabriel Av ^Mission Terrace) from 

Santa Rosa Av to Capistrano 

San Joaquin (South S. F.). See S South 

San Jose Avenue, from S s Twenty- 

eeoond bet Valencia and Guerrero, 

S and S W to County Line 

CroM SU. W. E. 

Twenty-second 2 1 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 100 101 

Eliiabeth i... 

Twenty-fourth 200 201 

Twenty-fifth 300 801 

Juri 

Twenty-aiith 400 401 

Army SOO 501 

Twenty-eeventh 

Duncan 600 

T«enty-«ighth 

Querrero 

VaUey 

Twenty-ninth 700 701 

DaT 

Thirtieth 800 801 

Kingston 

Brook 901 

Dolores 

HandaU (c) (c) 

(Ocular Avenue 1600 

Ocean ATenue 2100 2101 

Mount Vernon ATenue. .2600 2601 

Sicklee .\venue 3001 

Plymouth Avenue 3000 

San Juan Avenue, from San Jose At 
to Alemany At bet Santa Yssbel 
At and Santa Ynei At 
San Leandro Way (St Francis Wood) 
off Corbett Av bet Santa Ana Av 
and San Fernando Wa^ 
San Lorenzo Way (St Francis Wood No 
2) from S s Portola Drive bet Santa 
Clara and Santa Paula Avs to Santa 
Monica Way 
San LulsAv.offRailroadAvbetPanama 
and San Mateo Av, nrCountyLine 
San Marcos Avenue (Forest Hill) off 

Pacheco nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 
San Mateo Avenue (Hillcrest Tract) 
off San Diego Ave, W one block 
San Miguel (late Miguel), from S ■ 

Ocean Av nr San Jose Av 
San Miguel Road (now Corbett Av) 
San Rafael Way (St Francis Wood) off 
St Francis Bl nr Junipero Serra Bl 
San Ramon Way (Westwood Park) N of 
Ocean Av bet Old Coursing Park and 
Eastwood Drive 
Sanchez, from S s Duboce Ave bet 

Church and Noe, S to Palmer 
Cro«« ,Si«. W. E. 

Duboce A' 



Fourteenth 100 101 

Henry 

Fifteen 

Market 200 201 

Sixteenth 300 301 

Seventeenth 400 401 

Dorland 

Ford 

Eighteenth 600 601 

Hancock 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Cumberland 

Twentieth 700 701 

Liberty 

Twenty-6r8t 800 801 

Hill 

Twenty-second 900 901 

Alvarado 

Twenty-third 1000 1001 

Twentv-fourth 1100 1101 

Twenty-Bfth 1200 1201 

Clipper... 

Twenty-sixth 1300 1301 

Armv 

Twenty-seventh 1400 1401 

Duncan 

Twenty-eighth 1500 1501 

Valley 

Twentv-ninth 1600 1601 

Day 

Thirtieth 1700 1701 

Pahner (e) '•) 

Saniome, from N s Market bet Battery 

and Montgomery, N to the bay 

Cross SU. E. W. 

Market and Sutter 2 1 

Push 100 101 

Pine 200 201 



California 300 301 

Halleck 

Sacramento 400 401 

0)mmercial 

aay 600 601 

Merchant 

' Washington 800 601 

Jackson 700 701 

Gold 

Pacific 800 801 

Stevens Alley 

Broadway 900 901 

Valleio ..1000 1001 

Breen 1100 1101 

Union 1200 1201 

AlU 

Filbert 1300 1801 

Greenwich 1400 1401 

Lombard 1500 1601 

Chestnut 

The Embarcadero 

Santa Ana Way (St Francis Wood) off 

Corbett Av bet San Benito Way 

and San Leandro Way 
Santa Barbara Avenue, off Head bet 

Santa Cru> Av and Shakespeare 
Santa Clara Avenue (St Francis Wood) 

off Corbett Road, nr Sloat Boule- 

Santa Cruz Avenue (Hillcrest) S from 

Delong nr County Line 
Santa Marina, from Mission nr Cort- 
land Av, E to Elsie 
Santa Monica Way (StFraneisWoodNo 

2) from E. s Santa Clara Av near 

Portola Drive to San Anselmo Av 
Santa Rita Avenue (Forest Hill) off 

Pacheco nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 
Santa Roia Avenua, from E s San Jose 

Av, nr Santa Ysabel to Mission 
Santa Ynez Avenue, off San Josa S E 

to Cayuga At 
Santa Yubel Avenue, off San Jon At 

to (japlstrano At 
Santiago (fomerly S), from EleTenth 

At S of RiTera, W to the ocean 
Saratogafrom La Grande At nr WoolseyS 
Saratoga Court, from N a Geary bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
$arg»nt,Wof San Jose Av nr CkjuntyLine 
Saturn, from Lower Terrace N of 

SeTCoteenth 
Saul, W of San Bruno At nr head of 

Islaia Creek 
Savings Union Place, from N s O'Far- 

rell bet Grant At and Stookton 
Sawyer, from Bow, W of San Bruno 

Av nr CJounty Line 



Scenic Way (Crocker Tract) San Ma- 
teo Co, take Mission Street cars 
Snnic Way (Sea Cliff) foot Twenty- 
fifth Av 
Scheerer Place, from W i Mason bet 

Post and Sutter 
Schiller, (now De Long) 
Scholl Place, from S e Vallejo bet 

PoweU and Mason 
School Alley, from W s Montgomery 

bet Uiiiuii and AlU 
Schottlsr Court, from York bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Schuyler (Barnal Heights, now Nevada 
Av), from S s Cortland At bet 
Putnam and Prentiss 
Schwerin, W of San Bruno At nr 

County Line 
Scotia Avenue, from Silver At, S E to 

Thornton At 
Scotland, from N s Filbert bet Powell 
and Mason, N to Montgomery At 
Scott, from N e Duboce Av bet Pierce 

and Divisadero, N to the bay 
Croii Sit. E. W 

Duboce Avenue (o) 1 

Llovd 

Waller 100 101 

Height 200 201 

PuM 300 301 

Oak 400 401 

FeU 600 601 

Haves (o) 601 

Grove (o) 701 

Fulton 800 801 

Mc-iUister 900 901 

Golden Gate Avenue .... 1000 1001 

Elm .\Tenue 

Turk 1100 1101 

Eddy 1200 1201 

Ellis 1300 1301 

OFarrel) MOO 1401 

Geary (o) 1601 

Post 1600 1601 

Suttw 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 1801 

Pine 1900 1901 

CaUfomU 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

aay (oj 2201 

Washington (o) 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Pacific -\Tenuo 2500 2601 

Broadway 2600 2601 

Valleio 2700 2701 

Oreen 2800 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

Filbert 8000 3001 

Groenwieh SlOO 3101 

Lombard 3200 3201 

Cheatnul 3300 3801 

Francisco 8400 3401 

BaT 3500 3501 

NorthPoint 8600 8601 

Beach 3700 8701 

Jefferson 8800 3801 

Tonquin 8900 8901 

Irfwia (e) (e) 

Scott Place (now Wayne Place) 

Saa Cliff Av, from W Uay N to the 

ocean bet 25th and 27th Avs. 
Sean, from Lawrence, S W to Sickles 

At bet Huron and Winnipeg 
Second, from S s Market bet First and 

Third, S E to the bay 
Cr«« SU. W. E. 

Market 1 

StcTenson 

Jessie 

Hisrion 100 101 



Mil 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsora 800 301 

Dow Place 

Harrison 400 401 

SUTer 

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Taber Place 

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South Park 

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Rinoon Avenue 

Townsend 700 701 



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Kinf 

B«rry 800 801 

The Embamdero 

lMeii4 AvMue, from Preadio Reter- 
TiUoD, 8 to PtraaaBui At. For 
Noi. lee Nineteestk At 
locand Avenue teutMnow Burke) 
Mby, from lalmii, 8 W to Thomu At 
tenect Avenue (Weet End Treetl, 
from point nr Otaefo At, N W to 
T»r« S of Oceen At 
Ser^tine Avenue, from Utah, 8 of 
Twenty-fifth to Mienon nr Army 
(purtJy dowd) 
terpentine Reed, now LocUey At, 
from Fourth At and Klrkham to 
Seventh At and Noriega 
Service, off Steiner bet Lombard and 

Greenwich 
Seventeenth, from the bay bet Six- 
teenth and Haripon. W to SUnyan 
CroM SU. N. S 

IlUnoie 400 iOl 

Kentucky 600 601 

Tenneeiee 600 601 

HinneeoU 700 701 

800 



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Seventh 

Peuneylvania 1000 1001 

Hiaeinippi 1100 1101 

Texae 1200 1201 

Misjouri IJOO 1301 

Connecticut 1400 1401 

Arkanaae.... 1600 1601 

WiBconein 1600 1601 

Carolina 1700 1701 

De Haro 1800 1801 

Rhode lelind 1900 1901 

Kaniai 2000 2001 

Vermont 2100 2101 

San Bruno Avenue 2200 2201 

Utah 2800 2301 

Potrere Avenue 2400 2401 

Hampahire 2600 2601 

York 2900 2601 

Bryant 2700 2701 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2900 2901 

Rarriaon 8000 1001 

Division 

Folaom 3100 3101 

Shotwell 

Howard 8200 3201 

Cjipp 

Misaion 3300 3301 

Hoff 

Valencia MOO 3401 

Albion 

Dearborn 

Guerrero 3600 3501 

Dolores 3600 3601 

Abbey 

Church 3700 3701 

Harlow 

Dehon 

Sancbei 3800 3801 

Prosper 

Pond 

Noe 8900 3901 

Hartford 

Market 

Castro 4000 4001 

CoUingwood 

Diamond 4101 

Eureka 

Doujl«« 4200 4201 

Ord 4300 4301 

CorhinPUee 4401 

Temple 4400 



LowrrTerrace 4600 

Olympus 

Ashhury 4800 4601 

Clayton 

Cole 4700 

Shrader 4800 

Slanyan (e) (e) 

Seventeenth Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation, 8 to Yorba. Fer 
Nob. see Nineteenth Av 
Sevsnttenth Avenue South (now Que- 

sada At) 
Seventh, from 8 s Market bet Siith 
ind Eighth, 8 E to Penneyli 



Mitnoa 100 101 



Natoma 

Howard 200 

Folsom 300 

Decker Alley 

Cleveland 

Harrison 400 

Bryant 600 601 

Belmont Plaoe 

Brannan 600 601 

Townsend 700 701 

King 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 900 901 

Hooper 1000 1001 

Irwin 1100 1101 

HubbeU 1200 1201 

Daggett 1300 1301 

Baratow 1400 1401 

Misnssippi 

FennsylTania (e) (e) 

Seventh Avenue, from Presidio Reaer- 

vation, S to Noriega. For Nos. eee 

Nineteenth At 

Seventh Avenue South (now Galvei Av) 

Severance, bet Wyant and Alberta, 

from Campbell Av, N to Wilde 
Severn, from N s Twenty-third bet 

Chattanooga and Church 
Seville, from Naples N E to Rolpb bet 

Athens and Munich 
Seward, from Douglass nr Twentieth, 

N W to Eagle 

Seymour, from Golden Gate Av bet 

Scott and Divisadero, N to Turk 

Shafter Avenue, from Water Front, N 

W to Railroad At and from Silver 

At to Islsis Creek 

Shtket^eare, from San Jose Av, N W 

nr Ounty Line 
Shannon, from N s O'FarreU bet 

Taylor and Jonei, N to Post 
Sharon, from Fifteenth bet Church 

and Sanches, S to Sixteenth 
Sharp Place, from S s Union bet 

Irfavenworth and Hvde 
Shaw Alley (late Sullivan Alley), from 
S s MiMdon bet First and Second 
to Minna 
Shepherd Place, from R a Maaon bet 

Oay and Washington 
Sheridan, from W s Ninth bet Folsom 

and Harrison, 8 W to Tenth 
Sherman, from S a Folsom bet Sixth 

and Seventh, 8 E to Harrison 
ShKwood Place, from E s Third bet 

Mieeion and Howard 
Shields, W of San Jose Av nr County 

Line 
Shipley, from Elita PI bet Folaom and 

Harrison, 8 W to Sixth 
Croei Sit. N. S. 

EUsa Place 2 1 

Louisa Alley 

Fourth 100 101 

Fifth 200 201 

Sixth (e) (e) 

Shipley, from Harrison At, 8 W. See 

Bruce Plaoe 
Shore View Av (Lincoln Manor) Geary 

and 37th Av 
Short, from Ekgle, W to Falcon Av 
Short Alley (now Yukon) 
Shotwell, from 8 s Fourteenth bet 
Folaom and Howard, S to Esncr- 
alda Av 
Criiee SU. W. E. 

Fourteenth 1 1 

Fifteenth 100 101 

Sixteenth 200 201 

Seventeenth 300 301 

Eighteenth 400 401 

Nineteenth 600 601 

Twentieth : 600 601 

Twenty-first 700 701 

Twenty-second 800 801 

Twenty-third 900 901 

Twenty-fourth 1000 1001 

Twenty-fifth 1100 1101 

Twenty-eixth 1200 1201 

Army 1300 ' 



BernalAvenue 1600 

HoDtetuma 

Aitee 

Stoneman 1101 

Ooso Avenue 1900 — — 

Ripley 

Esmeralda Avenue (e) (e) 

Shrmdsr. from Fulton bet Cole and 
Stanyao, S to Frederick and from 
OratUn. S to Oarmd 

Croes Sit. E. W. 

Fulton 2 1 

(Srove 100 101 

Hayes 
FeU... 
Oak.. 
Pafe 



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Haight 600 601 

Wafo 700 701 

BeuUh 800 801 

Frederick (c) (c) 

Carl 1000 lOM 

PamasauB ATenue 1100 1101 

OratUn 1200 1201 

Alma 1300 1801 

RiToli 1400 1401 

BeTenteenth 1800 1(01 

Oarmel (e) (e) 

Sickles Avenue, from Misaion, N W to 
San Jose Av nr (bounty Line 

Sllllman from San Bruno Av 8 of Bilvcr 
Av, W to Moscow 

Silver, see StUlman 

SMvar Avenue, from Mission E to San 
Bruno Av, thence N E to Que- 
aada Av 

Stiver Star Place, from N a Pacific bet 
Battery and Sansome 

Simpson Place, from W s First bet 
Harrison and Bryant 

Sixteenth, from the bay bet Fifteenth 
and Seven teenth.W to Masomc Av 

Creti Sit. N. S. 

Illinois 300 301 

Kentucky 400 401 

Tennessee 500 601 

Sixth 600 

MinneeoU 601 

Indiana - 

Iowa 701 

Yuma 700 

Pennsylvania 801 

Brrstow 

Mississippi 901 

Seventh 900 

Texas 

Daggett 1000 



Precita Avenue (c) 



Connecticut 1101 

HubbeU 1100 

Arkansas 1201 

Eighth 

Wisconsin 1300 1301 

CaroUna 1400 1401 

DeHaro 1500 1601 

RhodelsUnd 1600 1601 

Kansas 1700 1701 

Vermont 1800 1801 

San Bruno Avenue 1900 1901 

Utah 2000 2001 

Potrero Avenue 2100 2101 

Hampshire 2200 2201 

York 2300 2301 

Bryant 2400 2401 

Florida ■. 2500 2501 

AUbama 2600 2601 

Division 

Harrison 2700 270t 

Folsom 2800 2801 

Shotwell 

Howard 2900 2901 

Capp 

Hiaaion 8000 lOOl 

Lida Place 

Hoff 

Julian Avenue — ^ 

Rondel PUce 

Caledonia Alley 

ValencU 8100 3101 

Albion 

Guerrero 8200 3201 

Spencer Alley 

Dolores 3300 3301 

Landers 

Church 3400 8401 

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DehoD 

Sanchei 3500 3501 

ProBper 

Pond 

Market 3601 

Noe 360O 

Castro 3700 3701 

Flint 

Masonic Av (e) (e) 

Sixteenth Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation, S to Yorba. For Nob. see 
Nineteenth Av 
Sixteenth Avenue South (now Palou Av) 
Sixth, from S a Market bet Fifth and 

Seventh, S E to Sixteenth 
CroM St). W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

r Howard 200 201 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 801 

Shipley 

Clara 

Hanieon 400 401 

Bryant 600 601 

Brannan 600 601 

Bluxome 

Townaend 700 701 

Kinff 

Berry 800 801 

Channel 900 901 

Hooper 1000 1001 

Irwin 1100 1101 

Hubbell 1200 1201 

Daggett 1300 1301 

Barstow 1400 1401 

Yuma 1600 1601 

Sixth Avenue, from Presidio Reserva- 
tion, S to Lockaley Av. For No«. 
see Nineteenth Av 
Sixth Avenue South (now Fairfax At) 
Sloat Boulevard, from Automobile 
Boulevard W to the Ocean 3 to 
Yorba 
Sola Avenue (Forest Hill), off Pacheco 

nr Seventh Av (Sunset) 
Solano, now Eighteenth 
Someriet from S s Silver Av W of 

Goettingen 
Sonoma, now Twenty-fourth 
Sonera, from N b Green bet Kearny and 

Grant Av, N to Union 
Sophie Terrace, from N a Pine bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
Sotela Avenue (Forest Bill) from Ninth 

Av to Pacheco Av 

South (now Daggett) <f T'-^"""W 
South Broderick (now Buena Vista 

Terrace) 

South California. See California South 

South Park, from W s Second bet 

Bryant and Brannan, S W to 

Third 

Southard Place, from N s Greenwich 

bet Leavenworth and Hyde 
Southwood Drive (St. Francis Wood) 
Sparrow, from E s Valencia bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth, to Caledonia 
Alley 
Sparta, W of San Bruno Av, from 

Ward to Harkneas 
Spauldlng Court, from E a Caatro bet 

17th and 18th 
Spear, from S s Market bet Stenart and 

Main, S E to the bay 
CroM St». W. E. 

Market 2 1 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Folaom SOO 301 

Harrison 400 401 

Bryant 

The Embaroadero 

Spencer Alley, from S s Fifteenth bet 
M i Guerrero and Dolores, 3 to Six- 
^ teenth 
Spofford, from N s CJay bet Grant At 

•Tand Stockton, N to Washin(ton 
Spreckeli, W of San Bruno At nr 
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STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 

3preckelt Avenue (now Staples Av) 
Spring, from California bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny, N to Sacramento 
Sprlngdale (late Islais), from W a Mis- 
sion, S of BoBworth 
Spruce, from Presidio Reservation bet 
Locust and Maple, S to California 
St. Anne, N from Pine bet Kearny and 

Grant Av, to California 
St. Charlei Avenue, from Randolph S 

to County Line 
St. French (South S. F.). See T South 
St Francis Boulevard (St Francis 
Wood) from junction Corbett Av 
and Junipero Serra Bl 
it George Alley, from N a Bush bet 
Kearny and Grant Av, N to Pine 
St. Germain Avenue (Clarendon 
Heights), from Burnett Av N of 
TwenUeth to point W of Stanyan 
St. Joisph't Avenue, from N s Turk bet 
Broderick and Baker, N to Geary 
St. Uwrence (South S. F.). See B 

South 
St. Lou It Alley, from S e Jackson bet 

Grant Av and Stockton 
St Mar/t Avenue, from W a Miiaion 8 

of Crescent Av 
St Mary's Place (now St. Anne) 
St. Rote'i, from Maeooic Av 8 of Geary 
St. Thoma» (South 8. F.). Bee Fifth 

Av South 
Stable Alley (now Sparrow) 
Standlih (Bemal Heifbte, now Feralt* 
Av), from Esmeralda Av, 8 to 
Powhattan 
Stanford, from S s Brannan bet Second 

and Third, 8 E t.i Townsend 
Stanford HelghU Avenue (Stanford 
Heifbte), from Twenty-fifth, S to 
Melrose Av 
Stanley (City Land Asi^n Tract), W of 

San Jose Av ur County Line 
Stanly Court (now Stetson Court) 
Stanly Place (now Sterling Place) 
Stanton (now 0>rwln), from Douglaii 

nr Twentieth to Falcon Av 
Stanyan, from Fulton W of Shrader, 8 

to Palo Alto Av 
CroM SU. E. W. 

Fulton 2 (c) 

Grove 100 

Hayes 200 

FeU (c) (e) 

Oak 400 

Page 500 

HaTjht 600 

WaUer 700 

Bwilah SOO 

Frederick 900 901 

Carl 1000 1001 

Parnamus .\ venue 1100 1 101 

Grattan 

.Mma Avenue — " 

Rivoli Avenue 1200 1201 

Seventeeuth 

Eighteenth . 

Belgrave Avenue 180O 1301 

Clarendon Avenue 

Mountain Spring Avenue 
8t Germain Avenue — 

Palo Alto Avenue 

Stanyan Avenue (now Kenyon Av) 
Staplet Avenue (Sunnyslde), from Qr- 
cular At bet Flood and Judson 
AvfcW 
Star, from Franoonia to Peralta Av 
Stark (late Polk Lane), from E s Stock- 
ton bet Pacific and Broadway 
State Avenue (Crocker Bay Shore 
Tract) bet Peninsula and Nuera 
Atb, sta from point nr Leland At 
Slatei, from W s Castro bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
Stelner, from N s Duboce Ave bet 
Fillmore and Pierce, N to the bay 
CroM SU. E. W. 

DubocoAv 2 (c) 

Hermann 100 — 

(3ermania 

Wallet 200 201 

LauBsat 

Hnight SOO 301 

Page 400 401 

Oak 600 601 

Fdl MO 601 

Hayes 700 (o) 



Grove 800 • (o) 

Fulton 900 901 

Mc^Uister 1000 lOOl 

Golden Gate .Avenue. .. 1100 1101 

Turk 1200 1201 

Eddy 1300 1801 

Ellis 1400 1401 

O'Farrell 1600 1501 

Eodlcott Park. 

Geary 1600 (o) 

Poet 170O 1701 

Butt<T 1800 1801 

Bush 1900 1901 

WUmot — - 

Pine 2000 2001 

California 2100 2101 

Ferine Place 

Sacramento 2200 2201 

Clay 2800 

Washington 2400 

Jackson 2800 2501 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2601 

Broad»ay 2700 2701 

Vallejo 2800 2801 

Green 2900 2901 

Union 3000 3001 

Filbert 3100 8101 

Pixley 

Greenwich 8200 8201 

Moultoo 

Lombard 3300 3801 

Chertnut 3400 1401 

Fiuncieoo 8500 8601 

Bay 8600 3601 

NorthPoint 3700 8701 

Beach 3800 8801 

Jefferson 3900 8901 

Tonquin 4000 4001 

Uwis 4000 4001 

Stephant Court, from 8 s Sacramento 
bet Stockton and Powell 

Sterling Place, from S s Harrison bet 
First and Second, 8 E to Bryant 

Station Court, from E s Stanly Place 
bet Harrison and Bryant 

Steuart, from 8 e Market bet East 
South and Spear, S E to the bay 

CroM SU. W. E. 

Market 2 

Miseion 100 

Howard 200 




Fo1b( 



300 301 



Harrison 

Embarcadero 

Steuben (late York), from Islais Oe«k 

to San Bruno At 
Stevloe Place, from E s Jones bet Ellis 

and O'Farrell 
Stevens Alley, from S s Broadway bet 
Battery and Sansome turning W 
to Sansome 
Steventon, from W s First bet Market 

and Jessie, 8 W to Fourteenth 
CroM SU. N. S. 

First 2 1 

Ecker 

Second 100 101 

New Montfonery (e) (c) 

Annie 

Third 200 201 

Fourth (e) (c) 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 500 601 

Seventh 600 601 

Qthth (c) (c) 

Ninth (c) (c) 

Tenth (c) (c) 

Eleventh (o) (c) 

Twelfth 1100 1101 

Brady 1200 1201 

Crocker 

McC!oppln 1300 1301 

Duboce Avenue (c) (c) 

aintonPark 1430 1431 

Fourteenth (e) (e) 

Steventon, from Sycamore At to 

Twenty-first See Lexington At 

Steventon Avenue, from E s Valencia 

bet Market and HcCoppIn 
Stilllngt Avenue (Glen Park Terrace), 
from a point E of Detroit, E 
thence 8 E to Bumaide Av 
Stillman. from W a Second bet Harri- 
son and Bryant, S W to Fourth 
Stockton, from N a Market bet Grant 
Av and Powdl. N to the bay 



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The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF TEL. SUTTER 333 



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CUTLERY X BARBERS' SUPPLIES x SPORTING GOODS 



Stockton— (Continued) 

Cw SU. E. W. 

Market ind KUil 1 1 

O'FureU 100 101 

0«.ry 300 (o) 

UaniU 

Port 100 Kl 

Cmmpton FUeo 

8utt«r «00 401 

Buah SOO Ml 

Fjt>mfc -- ■ 

Pine MO Ml 

C«li(orni« 700 701 

Emmet Pl«e« 

Saorunento MO Ml 

C3«y WO Ml 

Waahiniton lOM IMI 

JickeOD 1100 1101 

P.cifie 1200 1»1 

Stark 

Broadwar 1100 1»1 

VaUejo 1400 1401 

Card Alley 

Colnmbua ATenue 

Orem 1600 1601 

Union IMO IMl 

FUbirt 1700 1701 

Oreenwich IMO IMl 

Lomtwd IWO IMl 

Cbertnut 20M MOl 

Pfeiffer 

FVanciaeo 2100 2101 

Bay 2aM 2201 

NorthPoint 23M 2J01 

Beaoh 24M 2401 

The Embarcadero 

Stockton Place (now Campion Plan) 
Mane, from N ■ Wsehin(ton bet Stock- 
too and Powell, N to Jackaon 
Staneman, from ShotweU nr Riptey to 

Foleom 
Itouf ■ Allay (now Roa Alley) 
StrinBham, E of Sao Bruno At nr 

lalais Creek 
ttilllvan Alley, from 8 ■ Hianon bet 
Firrt and Second, See Shaw 
AUey 
Summer, from W s Montcomery bet 
Pine and California, W to Kearny 
Summit, from junction Majestic At 
and Minerra, N W to Lake View 
At 
Sumner, from S l Howard bet SeTenth 

and Eighth, to ClemeDtina 
Sunny Court, from S a Geary bet 

Buchanan and Webster 
Sunny Dale Avenue, W of San Bruno 

At nr County Line 
Sunny Side Avenue (Sunnyaide), from 
Circular At nr San Joae At, W 
to Hamburc 
Sunnyiide Park, bet 32d and Sumy, 

Kenyon and Burnett Are 
Suneet Avenue, now Edgewood At, 
from Farnsworth Lane W of Wil- 
lard, S to Woodland At 
Sunist Terrace (now Forty-ei^th At) 
from CUff At and Forty-eighth At, 
N W 
Swmhine Court, from E e Eifhth bet 

Howard and Folaom 
Stirman (Rele Tract, now Sercnnea) 
Surrey, from W a C^rtro nr Chenery 
SuiMX (late Kent), from W i Caltn 

nr Bemia 
Sutquehanna (South S. F.). See N 

South. 
Sutro Helghta Avenue, bet A and B 
from Forty-sizth to Forty-Eifhth 

ATI 

Sutter, from junction Market and San- 

aome bet Port and Buah, W to 
Presidio At 

Crou SU. N. 8 

Market and Sansome.... 2 1 

Montgomery 100 101 

Trinity 

Lick Plac* 

Kearny 2M 301 

Claude Lane 

Grant Ayenne KO 101 

Stockton 400 401 

Powell MO Ml 

Delaware Court 

Mason 600 Ml 

Taylor 7M 701 

Jonea MO Ml 



STSEBT AND AVXNUI OUIBB 

Leayenworth WO Wl 

Byda 1000 IMl 

Urkii 1100 1101 

Polk 1200 1201 

Van Nese ATcnue 1300 IMl 

Franklin 1400 1401 

Qoufh IMO IMl 

OcUTia 16M IMl 

Lanina 17W 1701 

Belknap Place 

Buchanan IMO IMl 

Webster IMO IWl 

Cottage Row 

Fillmore 2000 2001 

Steiner 21M 2101 

Pierce 2200 2201 

Scott 2»0 2MI 

DiTiaadeto 24W 2401 

Brodenek 25M 2M1 

Baker 2M0 2M1 

Lyon 27W 2701 

Presidio ATenue (e) (e) 

Sutter Place, from N • Butter bet 
Laguna and Buchanan 

>m», E of San Bruno At nr Idaia 
Creek 

Sweeny, from W i San Bruno At ni 
IslaisOeek 

Swhi Avenue (Olen Park), bet Conrad 
and Mispah At from Surrey, N 
to Arbor 

Sycamore (late Willow), from W s 

Miaeion bet SeTenteenth and 
Eighteenth. W to Valencia 

T (now Tararal) 

T S«uth (now Toland) 

Taber Place, from W • Seeood bet 
Bryant and South Park. 8 W to 
Third 

Tteema, from W s Fifteenth At bet 
Qaary and (dement 

Tahiti (South 8. F.). See Forty-sixth 
At South 

Talbert, W of San Brwu> At nr County 
Line 

Tallapoou (South S. F.). See F South 

Tara, W of San Jose At nr San Miguel 

Taraval, from Twelfth At 8 of Santiago 
At, W to the ocean 

Tay. from S s Clay bet Powell and 
Mason 

Taylor, from N s Market bet Mason 
and Jones, N to the bay 

Crtu Sit. E, W. 
Market and (}olden Gate 

ATenue 2 1 

Turk IM 101 

Opal Place 

Eddy [2M Ml 

Rose Place 

Ellis SOO Ml 

©•FarreU 400 401 

Geary MO Ml 

Derby Place 

Adelaide Place 

Taylor Place 

Port 600 Ml 

Coemoa Place. 

Hobart AUey 

Sutter 7M 701 

Bosh MO Ml 

MulfordAlley 

Pine 9M Ml 

VilUPIace 

California 1000 IMl 

Sacramento UM 1101 

Pleasant 

Clay 1200 1201 

Washington ISM IMl 

Jackaon 14M 1401 

Pacific 16M IMl 

Bernard 

Broadway 16M IMl 

Fallon Place 

VaUejo 17M 1701 

Oreen IMO IMl 

Maeondray 

Union IMO IWl 

Redfield AUey 

Aladdin Terrace 

FUbert 20M 2M1 

Valparaiso 

Oreenwich 21M 2101 

Lombard 22M 2201 

Columbus ATenue 2M1 

Cniertnut 21M 

Water 



Franciaco 24M 2401 

Vandewater 

Bay 2M0 2M1 

NorthPoint 26M 2M1 

B«eh 27M 2701 

Jeffa-eon 2M0 2M1 

The Embaroadero 

Taytor Placa, from E s Taylor bet 
Gesry and Port 

Taytor Terrace (now Aladdin Terraee) 

Teddy Avenue (lUis Tract), bet Camp- 
beti and Arleta Ats from San 
Brano At. W to Fay 

Tehama, from W e Firrt bet Howard 
and Clementina, B W to Ninth 

CroM SU. N. 8. 

Firrt 2 I 

Maiden AUey 

Second 100 101 

Third 2M 201 

Fourth MO Ml 

Fifth 4M 401 

Sixth (c) (e> 

SeTenth (c) (c) 

Eighth 7M 701 

Ninth (e) (e) 

Tehama Place (now Tenny Place) 

Tenny Plica, from B s Flnt bet How- 
ard and Folaom 

Telegraph Place, from N s Greenwich 
bet Kearny and Grant At 

Temple (now Tallac). from Soute side 
Serpentine Place, W of Clara At, 
S to Seventeenth 

Tensriffe (South 8. F.), see Fifteenth 
. At South 

Tennaiiee, from South bet Kentucky 
and Minnesota. 8 to Tulare 

Tenth, from S s Market bet Ninth and 
Eleventh. S E to Division 

Crm SU. W. E. 

Market 3 I 

SteTonaon 

Jessie 

Mission IW 101 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard 200 201 

Folsom MO ni 

Sheridan 

Harrison 4M 401 

Bryant SM Ml 

DiTision (e) (e)- 

Tenth Avenue, from Mountain I^O' 
Park, S to Rlrera 

Crou SU. E. W, 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake IM 101 

California 200 WL 

aement MO Ml 

Geary 4M 401 

ArgueUo BoulcTud MO Ml 

Balboa 6M Ml 

CabrUlo 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c)- 

Golden Gate Park 

LlncofiiWay 12M 1201 

Irrtng IWO IWl 

Judah 1400 1401 

Klrkham 16M IMl 

Lawton 1600 IMl 

Moraga 17M 1701 

Noriega IMO IMl 

Ortega IWO IWl 

For Nos. South of Ortega see Nine- 
teenth At 

Tenth Avenue South (now Jeirold At) 
N W to Islais 

Terrace Drive (St Francis Wood) off 
Corbett Av nr San AoBelmo At 

Terry, from Ridge Lane. N to Oceaa- 
At ni San Joae At 

Tavh (South 8. F.). from Water Front, 
S W to County Line 

Texas, from Sixteenth bet Miasiiaipph 
and Missouri S to Tulare 

Theresa, from N W s Mission bet 
Tingley and Ckitter 

Third, from 8 s Market bet Second 
and Fourth, S E to Channel, then 
8 to Burke 

Cross SU. W. E, 

Market 3 1 

Sterenaon 

Jeosie 

Miiaon 100 101 

Minna 



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Phone Mission 1105 



FRANKLIN 203 



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STORAGE - PACKING - MOVING - SHIPPING 



Thini— (Continued) 

Sherwood Place 

Natonu 

Hunt 

Howard 200 201 

Tehama. 

Clementina 

Folaom JOO 301 

Verona Place 

Harrison «0 401 

Perry 

Silrer 

Bryant H» 601 

Taber Place. 

South Park 

Varney Flaoe 

Brannan 600 tOl 

Townaend 700 701 

Kinj 

Berry 800 801 

Channd 

Third Avenue, from Preaidio Reaer- 
TatioQ S to Pamaeeui Av. For 
Noa. eee Nineteenth At 
Third Avenue South (Cuiter Avenue) 
Thirteenth, from Harriion bet Twelfth 

and Fourteenth, W to Million 
Crou Sti. N. S. 

Harrison 3 1 

Bemice 

Traino Avenue 

Iris 

Folsom 100 101 

Howard 300 201 

Frankfort Avenue 

Mission 

Thirteenth Avenue, (now Funston Av) 
Thirteenth Avenue South (now He- 

Ktnnon Av) 
Thirtieth, from W s Hiaeion 8 of 

Twenty-ninth, W to FowlerAv. 
Crou Sit. N. S. 

Hisrion 3 1 

San Jose Avenue 100 101 

Dolorea 300 301 

Chenery 

Church 300 

Dame 301 

Whitney 

Sanchei 400 401 

Harper 

Noe 600 601 

Laidley 

Clastro 800 . flOl 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 

Thirtieth Avenue, from Lake, S to 
Yorba, For^Nog. see Nineteenth 
Av 
Thirtieth Avenue South (now Flts- 

gerald Av) 
Thirty-eighth Avenue, from Clement, 8 
to Yorba. For Noa see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-eighth Avenue South (now 

Nelson Av) 
Thirty-fifth Avenue, from Clement St, 
to Yorba. For Nos. eee Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-fifth Avenue South (now Key Av) 
Thlrty-firtt. from Lincoln Av, W to 

Fowler Av 
Thirty-flrit Avenue, from Lake, 8 to 
Yorba. For Nos. eee Nineteenth 
At 
Thirty-flrit Avenue South (now Gllman 

Av) 
Thirty-fourth, from Detroit to Fowler 

Av 
Thirty-fourth Avenue, from Clement, B 
to Yorba. For Nos. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-fourth Avenue South (now 

Jamestown Av) 
Thirty-ninth Avenue, from Qement, B 
to Yorba. For Noa see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-ninth Avenue South (now 

Olney Av) 
Thirty-iecond, from Lincoln Av, W to 

Fowler Av 
Thirty-tecond Avenue, from Lake, S 
to Yorba. For Noa. see Nine, 
teenth Av 
Thirty-iecond Avenue South (now 
HoUlster Av) 



STREET AND AVENUI OUIDE 

Thirty-Seventh Avenue, from Clement, 

S to Yorba. For Noa, lee Nme- 

teenth Av 

Thirty-tiventh Avenue South (now 

Meade Av) 
Thirty-iixth Avenue, from Clement, 8 
to Yorba. For Noe. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-sixth Avenue teuth (now 

Le Ointe Av) 
Thirty-third, from Burnett Av, W to 

Oswego 
Thirty-third Avenue, from Clement, 8 
to Yorba. For Noa. see Nine- 
teenth Av 
Thirty-third Avenue South (now In- 

gerson Av) 
Thomas Avenue, from Arthur Av. N W 
to Railroad Av, and from Silver 
Av to Elmira 
Thernton (now Beverly) 
Thornton Avenue (SUver Terrace), 
from W s Raiboad Av opposite 
Thomas Av. W to San Bruno Av 
Thrift, West of San Joie Av. bet Lake 

View and Montana 
Tiffany Avenue, from Valencia nr 
junction Mission, S W to Twenty- 
nmtb 
Tiffany Place (now Everett Place) 
Tllden (now Beaver) 
Tillman Alley, from W s Grant At 

bet Sutter and Stockton Place 
TInglsy, from N W s of Mission nr 

saver At 
Tioga Avenue (Reis Tract), bet Tucker 
and Wilde Ave, from Delta, E to 
Wilde 
Tohago (South S. F.). See Thirty- 
fourth Av South 
Tobin, now Sunny Dale Avenue 
Toland, from Evans Av, S W to Jerrold 
At, and from ReTere At to 
Shaffer Av 
Tomasa (Bemal Heights), from Feralta 

Av, S E to HoUaday Av 
Tomblgbee (South S. F.). See Q South 
Tompkins Avenue (Bernal Heights), 
from Andover Av bet Jefferson Av 
and Old Hickory, E to San Bruno 
At 
Tonnlngien Place (late Bowles Place), 
from N B Howard bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth 
Tonquin, from the bay bet Jefferson 
and Lewis, W to Presidio Reser- 
vation 
Torrent Court from N a Clay bet 

Hyde and Larkin 
Tovar Avenue, from 0>unty Line, N W 

to San Bruno At 
Towniend, from the bay bet Brannan 

and King, S W to Eighth 
Crou S(t. N. S. 

The Embareadero 

First 2 1 

Gale 

Japan 

Second 100 101 

Stanford 

Hammond Place 

Clarence Place 

Third 200 201 

Ritch 

Clyde 

Crooks 

Fourth 300 301 

Fifth 400 401 

Sixth 600 601 

Seventh 600 601 

Eighth 700 (e) 

Division (e) 

Tracy Place, from S ■ Vallejo bet 

Montgomery Av and Stockton 
Trainer, from N s Thirteenth bet Fol- 
som and Harrison 
Treasury Place, from N i Bush bet 

Sansome and Montgomery 
Treat Avenue, from Division, S W to 
Eighteenth, thence S bet Folsom 
and Harrison to point 8 of Pre- 
cita Av 
Cross Sis. W. E. 

Florida 3 1 

Alameda 100 101 

Alabama 

Fifteenth 200 201 



Harrison 

Sixteenth 300 

Seventeenth 400 

Eighteenth 600 

Nineteenth 600 

Twentieth 700 

Twenty-6rst 800 

Twenty-second 900 

Twenty-third 1000 

Twenty-fourth 1100 

Twenty-fifth 1200 

Twenty-sixth 1300 

Army... _(c) 



Precita Av 1600 

Tremont Avenue (now Downey) from 
S s WaUer bet Ashbury and Clay- 
ton to point 8 of Frederick 
Trent Allsy (now Meraey) 
Trenton (late Virginia), from N s 
Washington bet Stockton and 
Powell, N to Pacific 
Trinidad (South S. F.). See Seventh 

Av South 
Trinity, from N s Sutter bet Mont- 
gomery and Keamy, N to Bush 
Troy Alley, from W s Hyde bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay 
Truett, from W s Mason bet Clay and 

Washington 
Trumbull, from E s Mission nr Silver At 
Tucker Avenue, (Reis Tract) bet Camp- 
bell and Tioga Avs, from Delta, 
E to Wilde 
Tulare, from the bay along N s Islais 

Oeek, W to Bameveld Av 
Turk, from junction Market and 
Mason bet Golden Gate Av and 
Eddy, W to Arguello Boulevard 
Cross St: N. S. 

Market and Mason 2 1 

Margaret Coxui 

Taylor 100 

Jones 200 

Leavenworth 300 

Hyde 400 

Marye Terrace 

Dodge 

Larkin 600 

Larch 

Polk 600 

Van Ness Avenue 700 

Franklin 800 

Gough (o) 

Jefferson Square 

Laguna 1100 

Buchanan 1200 

Webster 1300 

Fillmore 1400 

Steiner 1600 

Pierce 1600 

Scott 1700 1701 

Seymour Avenue 

Diviaadero 1800 

Broderick 1900 

St. Joseph's Avenue 

Baker 

Lyon 

Ontral Avenue (o] 

Masonic Avenue 2r 

Wood 240O 

Parker Avenue (o) 

Willard North 3100 

Arguello Blvd. (e) 

Tuscany Alley, from S s Lombard liet 

Stockton and Powell 
Tustin Avenue, Sunnyslde (Glen Park 

Terrace), now Congo 
Twelfth , from S s Market bet Eleventh 

and Brady, S E to Harrison 
CroM Sis. W. K 

Market 2 1 

West Mission (Otis) 

Mission 100 101 

Howard 200 201 

Kissling 

Folsom 300 301 



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Bemice 

Harrison (c) (e) 

Twelfth Avenue, from Mountam Cake 
Park. S to T 

Cro«« Sit. E. W. 

Presidio 2 1 

Lake 100 101 

California 200 201 

Clement 300 301 

Geary 400 401 



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Underwriters 
Fire Extinguiskers 

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STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE 



Twelfth Avenue— (Continued) 

Anra 600 801 

Balboa 600 «01 

CabrlUo 700 701 

Fulton (c) (c) 

r* For numb«rins south of Qoldeo 
Gate Park see Nineteenth At 



Twentieth, from the bay bet Nineteenth 

and Twenty-first, W to Douglass 

CroM SU. N. 8. 

Michigan 500 Ml 

lUinou 600 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota MO 901 

Indiana 1000 1001 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania 1200 1201 

Mississippi 1300 1301 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1500 1501 

Connecticut 1800 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wiacoosin 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

De Haro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kansas 2200 2201 

Vermont 2800 2301 

San Bruno Avenue 2400 2401 

Utah 2500 (o) 

Potj-ero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2700 2701 

York 2800 2801 

Bryant 2900 2901 

Florida 3000 3001 

Alabama 8100 3101 

Harrison 3200 3201 

Treat Avenue 3250 3251 

' Folsom 330O 8301 

Shotwell 3350 3351 

Howard 340O 3401 

Capp 3450 3451 

Mission 3500 3501 

San Carlos Avenue 

Lexington 

Valencia 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanchei 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 -101 

Hartford • — - 

Castro 4200 4201 

CoUiogwood 4300 4301 

Diamond 4400 4401 

Eureka 4600 4601 

Douglass (c) (c) 

Twentieth Avenue, from Presidio Reser- 
vation, S to Yorba. For Nos. see 
Nineteenth Av 
Twentieth Avenue South (now llioinas 

Av) 
Twenty-eighth, from W s Guerrero bet 
Duncan and Valley, W to Fowler 
Av 

CroM SU. N. 8. 

Guerrero 2 1 

Dolores 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Sanchez 300 301 

Noe 400 401 

Castro 500 601 

Diamond 600 601 

Douglass 700 701 

Hoflfman Avenue 800 801 

Bellevue 900 901 

Twenty-eighth Avenue, from Lake, 8 

to Yorba. For Nos. see Nine- 
teenth Av. 

Twenty-eighth Avenue South (now 

Donner Av) 
Twenty-fifth, from the bay bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-eixth, W to 
Fowler Av 
Crou SU. N. S. 

lUinois 800 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota 1100 1101 

Indiana 1200 1201 

Iowa 1300 1301 

Pennsylvania 1400 1401 

Mississippi.. 1500 1501 



Texas 1600 1601 

Missouri 1700 1701 

Connecticut 1800 1801 

Arkansat 1900 1901 

Wisconsin 2000 2001 

CaroUna 2100 2101 

DeHaro 2200 2201 

Rhode IsUnd 2300 2301 

Kansas 2400 2401 

Vermont 2600 2501 

San Bruno Avenue 2600 2601 

Utah 2700 2701 

Potrero Avenue 2800 2801 

Hampshire. 2860 2851 

York. 2900 2901 

Bryant 2960 2951 

Florida 3000 30O1 

Alabama 3060 3051 

Harrison 8100 (o) 

Balmy 

Treat Avenue 3160 3161 

Lucky 

Folsom 8200 8201 

Horace 

ShotweU. 8260 8251 

Virgil 

Howard 3300 3301 

(3ypre88 

Qapp 3350 8351 

Lilac 

Mission 8400 3401 

Osage Alley 

Bartlett 8450 3451 

Orange Alley 

Valencia 8500 3501 

Poplar Alley 

San Jose Avenue 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 3760 3751 

Dolores 3800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Vicksburg 

Sanches 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Homestead 4500 4501 

Hoffman Avenue 4600 4601 

Fountain 4700 4701 

Rellevue 4800 4801 

High 

Corbett Avenue 

Twenty-fifth Avenue, from point N of 
Lake, S to Y'orba. For Nos. eee 
Nineteenth Av 

Twenty-fifth Avenue South (now Arm- 
strong Av) 

Twenty-fint, from the bay bet 
Twentieth and Twenty-second, W 
to Grand View At 

Cross SU. N. S. 

Michigan 500 501 

San Bruno Avenue 2400 2401 

Utah 2500 2501 

Potrero .\Tenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2650 2661 

York 2700 2701 

Bryant 2750 2761 

Florida 2800 2801 

Alabama 2850 2851 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 2950 2961 

Folsom 3000 3001 

ShotwelL 3050 3051 

Howard 3100 3101 

Capp 3160 3151 

Mission 3200 3201 

San Carlos Avenue 

Bartlett 

Lexington 

Valencia 380O 3801 

Guerrero 8400 8401 

FnitOiit... '.'.'.'.'...'... 

Quane 

Dolores J500 3501 

Chattanooga 

Church 3600 3601 

Sanchei 3700 8701 

Noe 3800 3801 

Castro 3900 3901 

CoUingwood. 4000 4001 

Diamond 4100 4101 

Eureka 4200 4201 

Douglass 4300 4301 



Twenty-fint Avsnue, 


from Preeidio 


Reservation, S to 


Yorba. For 


Noa see Nineteenth At 


Twenty-fint Avenue South (now Un- 


derwood Av) 




Twenty-fourth, from 


the bay bet 


Twenty-third and 
W to Corbett Av 


Twenty-fifth, 




Cro« SU. 


N. S. 


Illinois 


...700 701 


Kentucky 


...800 801 


Tennessee 


...900 901 


Minnesota 


...1000 1001 


Wisconsin 


...1900 1901 


Carolina 


...2000 2001 


DeHaro 


...2100 2101 


Rhode Island 


...2200 2201 


Kansaa 


...2800 2301 


Vermont 


...2400 2401 


San Bruno Avenue.. . 


...2500 2501 



8061 

8101 
3151 
3201 



3701 

3751 
3801 
3861 



UUh 2600 2601 

Potrero Avenue 2700 2701 

Hampshire 2750 2751 

York. 2800 2801 

Bryant 2850 2861 

Florida 2900 2901 

Alabama 2950 2961 

Harrison 3000 3001 

Balmy 

Treat Avenue 3050 

Lucky 

Folsom 3100 

ShotwelL 3150 

Howard 3200 

Cypress 

Capp 3250 3351 

Lilac 

Mission 3300 3301 

Osage Alley 

Bartlett 3350 8351 

Orange Alley 

Valencia 8400 3401 

Poplar Alley 

San Jose Avenue 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Fair Oaks 3650 3651 

Quince AUey 

Dolores. 3700 

Mersey 

(Siattanooga 3750 

Church 3800 

Vicksburg 3850 

Sanchei 3900 asuj 

Noe 4000 4001 

Castro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4201 

Douglass 4300 4301 

Homestead 4361 

Hotfman Ayenue 4400 4401 

Fountain —— 

Bellevue 4600 4601 

Ck>rbett Avenue (e) (e) 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, from Preeidio 

Reservation, S to Yorba. For 
Noa see Nineteenth At 

Twenty-tourth Avenue South (now Yo- 
eemite .\v) 

Twenty-ninth, from W s Misaian bet 
Valley and Day, W to Fowler At 

Cr0u SU. N. 8. 

Mission 3 1 

Tiffany Avenue — 

San Jose " 100 101 

Dolores 200 201 

Church 300 801 

Sanchei 400 401 

Noe 600 601 

Castro 600 601 

Diamond 700 701 

Douglass 800 801 

Twenty-ninth Avenue, from Lake, 
S to Yorba. For Not, see Nin»- 
teentb At 

Twenty-ninth Avenue South (now Eg- 
bert Av) 

Twentynecond. from the bay bat 

Twenty-first and Humboldt, W to 
Grand View Av 

Cross SU. N. 8. 

MaryUnd 200 201 

Louisiana 800 801 

Georgia 400 401 

Michinn 600 601 

niinou! 600 601 

Kentucky 700 701 

Tennessee 800 801 

Minnesota 900 901 



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Indiana 1000 1010 

Iowa 1100 1101 

Pennsylvania 1200 1201 

UissiEiaippi 1300 1301 

Texas 1400 1401 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut. 1600 1601 

Arkansas 1700 1701 

Wisconsia 1800 1801 

Carolina 1900 1901 

DeHaro 2000 2001 

Rhode Island 2100 2101 

Kaniu. 2200 2201 

Vermont 2300 2301 

San Bruno Avenue 2400 (o) 

Utah. (o) (o) 

Fotiero Avenue 2600 2601 

Hampshire 2660 2661 

York. 2700 2701 

Bryant 2760 2761 

Florida 2800 2801 

Akbama 2860 2851 

Harrison 2900 2901 

Treat Avenue 2930 2951 

Foleom 3000 3001 

ShotwelL 3050 3061 

Howard 3100 3101 

Oapp 3160 8161 

Uiseion 3200 3201 

Bartlett 3260 8261 

Valencia 3300 3301 

San Jose Avenue 

Guerrero 3400 8401 

Alder Alley 

FairOaka 3460 3461 

Quane 

Doloree. 3600 3601 

Chattanooia 3650 8551 

Church 3600 3601 

Vioksburg 

Sanchei 8700 3701 

Noe 3800 3801 

Castro 3900 3901 

CoUingwood 

Diamond 4000 4001 

Eureka 4100 4101 

Douiilaes 4200 4201 

Worth 

Hoffman Avenue 

Grand View Avenue (e) (e) 

Twenty-second Avenue, from Presidio 
Reservation, S to Yorba. For No. 
see Nineteenth Av 

Twenty-tecond Avenue South (now Von 

«i Dyke Av) 

Twenty-seventh, from W a San Jose 
Av bet Army and Duncan, W 
to Fowler Av 

Otou SU. N. 8. 

Ban Jose Avenue 2 1 

Guerrero 100 101 

Dolores. 200 201 

Church 300 301 

Sanohei 400 401 

Noe 600 501 

Castro 600 801 

New Grove Avenue 

Diamond 700 701 

Douclass 800 301 

Twenty-seventh Avenue, from Lake, 

S to Yorba, For Noa see Nine- 
teenth Av 

Twenty-seventh Avenue South (now 

q Carroll Av) 

Twtnty-slxth, from the bay bet 
Twenty-6fth and Army, W to 
Fowler Av 

Cross SU. N. 8. 

DUnois 800 801 

Kentucky 900 901 

Tennessee 1000 1001 

Minnesota 1100 1101 

Indiana 1300 1201 

Iowa (c) (c) 

Eansaa. 2400 2401 

Vermont (c) (c) 

San Bruno Avenue 2600 2601 

Utah (c) (o) 

York. 2700 2901 

Bryant 

Ftorida 3000 8001 

Alabama 

Harrison (o) 3101 

Treat Avenue 

Lucky 

FoUom. 3200 3201 



Horace 

Shotwell 

Virgil AUey 

Howard 8300 3801 

Cypress 



Lilac 

Mission 3400 3401 

Osage Alley 

Bartlett 

Orange Alley 

Valencia 3500 S601 

Poplar Alley 

San Jose Avenue 3600 3601 

Guerrero 3700 3701 

Fair Oaks 

Dolores 8800 3801 

Church 3900 3901 

Sanohei 4000 4001 

Noe 4100 4101 

Castro 4200 4201 

Diamond 4300 4301 

Douglass 4400 4401 

Hoffman Avenue 4600 4501 

Bellevue 4600 4601 

HiRb Avenue 

Corbett Avenue 

Twin Peaks Avenue 

Kenyoo Avenue 

Stanford H^ghts Avenue 
Twenty-sbEth Avenue, from Lake. 8 to 
Yorba. For Nos. see Nineteenth 
Av 
Twenty-tbtth Avenue South (now Ban- 
croft Av) 
Twenty-third, from the bay bet Hum- 
boldt and Twenty-fourth, W to 
Corbett Av 
Cross Sti. N. S. 

Illinois 700 701 

Kentucky 800 801 

Tennessee 900 901 

Mioneeota 1000 lOOl 

Indiana 1100 1101 

Iowa 1200 1201 

Pennsylvania 1300 1301 

Mississippi 1400 1401 

Texas 1600 1601 

Missouri 1600 1601 

Connecticut. 170O 1701 

.\rkansas 1800 1801 

Wisconsin 1900 1901 

Carolina 2000 2001 

DeHaro 2100 2101 

Rhode Isknd 2200 2201 

Kansas 2300 2301 

Vermont 2400 2401 

San Bruno Avenue (o) 2601 

Utah (o) 2601 

Potrero Avenue 2700 2701 

Hampshire. 2760 2761 

York. 2800 2801 

Bryant 2850 2851 

Florida 2900 2901 

AUbama 2960 2951 

Harrison 3000 8001 

Treat Avenue 3050 3051 

Folsom 3100 3101 

ShotweU. 3160 3161 

Howard 3200 3201 

Copp 3228 3227 

Mianion 3300 8301 

Bartlett 8350 3351 

Valencia 3400 3401 

San Jose Avenue 3500 3501 

Guerrero 3600 3601 

Alder Alley 

Fat Oaks 

Quane 

Dolores. 8700 3701 

Chattanooga 3760 3761 

Severn 

Church 3800 8801 

'T Orient 

"Vicksburg 3860 3861 

Blanche ^ 

Sanohei 8900 3901 

Noe 4000 4001 

Castro 4100 4101 

Diamond 4200 4201 

Eureka 

Douglan 4300 4301 

Hoffman Avenue 4400 4401 

Grand View Avenue. .... 4600 4601 

Falcon Aveoue 

Oirbett Av«Due (e) (e) 



Twenty-third Avmus, from Presidio 
Reservation, 8 to Yorba For Nos. 
see Nineteenth Av 
Twenty-third Avsnus South (now Wal- 
lace Av) 
Twin Peaks Avenus (now La Place) 
Twin Pesks Bsulevird, from Clareud 
Ave S to Corbett Ave. 
from Twenty-6lth, S to SurT«y 
Tyler. See Golden Gate Avenno 
U (now UUoa) 
U South (now Upton) 
Ugsrte Avenue, from 0)unty Line N W 

to San Bruno Av 
tJIlM, from Tbirteeoth Av 8 of Taraval 

W to the ocean 
Uniditla Avenue (now Niagara Av) 
Underwood Avsnus. from Arthur Av, N 

W to Railroad Av 
Union, from the bay bet Green and 
FUbat, W to Preadio Reservation 
Cross SU. N. 8. 

The Embarcadero 2 1 

Front 

Battery 100 101 

Oainee 

Sansome. 200 Ml 

(^houn 

Montgomery 800 101 

Garibaldi 

Kearny 400 401 

Genoa Plaoe 

Bonora 

Varcnnea 

Grant Avenue 600 601 

Bannam Plaoe 

CadeUAUey 

Jasper Pbkoe 

Price Row 

Stockton (o) 601 

Columbus Avenue 

PoweU 700 701 

August Alley 

Mason 800 801 

Taylor 900 901 

Marion Place 

Jones 1000 1001 

Black Place 

Leavenworth. 1100 1101 

Sharp Place 

Hyde 1200 1201 

Eastman 

Moore Place 

Larkin 1800 1801 

Polk 1400 1401 

Van Ness Avenue. 1600 1601 

FrankUn 1600 1601 

Gough 1700 1701 

Octavia ' 1800 1801 

Laguna 1900 1901 

Charlton Court 

Buchanan 2QD0 2001 

Webster 3100 JlOl 

Fillmore. 2200 2J01 

Steiner 2300 2301 

Pierce. 2400 J401 

Scott 2500 3601 

Diviaidero 2600 2601 

Broderick 2700 2701 

Baker 2800 2801 

Lyon (e) (e) 

Unien Square, bet Geary, Post, Stock- 
ton and Powell 
Union 9quare Avnue (now Manila), 
Unlvsnlty (University Homestead), 

from SDver Av, S to Mansell 
U^per Terrace, from point N of Biz- 
teenth E of Dayton to Olympas 
or Seventoenth 
Upton, W of Jerrold Av nr Islsli Oeek 
Uranus (now Lower Terrace), from 8 s 
Seventeenth bet Mars and Clay- 
ton, 3 to Eighteenth 
Urbino Drivs (Ingleside) off Pico Ave- 
nue bet Ocean Avenue and HoUo- 
way Avenue 
Uruguay (South 8. F.). Bee Thirty- 
eighth Av South 
Utah, from Division bet Ban Bruno Av 
and Potrero Av, B to Serpentine 
Av 
V (now TioenU) 
Valsneli, from 8 i Market bet Mtisloi 

and Guerrero, B t* MUaton 
Cress Sis. W. K. 

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STREET AND AVBNUS OUIDB 

DUmoad (00 001 

DoucltH 700 701 

V>lH»l<0, from W • lluon bat rUtxrt 
and OrMDwioh, W to Tijrlor ud 
from Roa<b to Jonca 
Vtn Burwi, W of Diuiond from Suam, 

8 to Surrey 
Vtnaa, from Genaaea K of Thirty- 
fourth, W to Hamburg 
Vancauvar (South & F.). Saa Thkty- 

firat At Soilh 
Vandawatar, from W a Powdl bat 
Franciaco and Bay. W to Taylor 
Van Dyka Avanua, from Arthur At, 

N W to Railroad At 
Van Natl Avanua, from 8 a Harkat bat 
Folk and Franklin, N to tha bar 
Crcti SU. E. W. 

Market and Oak. 3 1 

Hickory 

Fell 100 101 

Linden 

Hayaai 200 201 

iTy 

OroTa aOO 101 

Birah 

Fulton MO Ml 

Ath 

llcAlUaler 100 Wl 

Redwood 

Oolden Oala Aranue. . . . (00 (01 

Elm 

Turk. 700 701 

Larch 

Eddy 800 801 

Willow 

EUii goo Ml 

OliTe 

O'FarreU 1000 1001 

MyrUa 

Geary UOO 1101 

Cedar 

Poet 1200 1201 

Hemlock 

Butter. 1800 1801 

Fern 

Buah 1400 1401 

Austin 

Pine IMO 1601 

California 1600 1(01 

Bacramento 1700 1701 

aay 1800 1801 

Waahiniton 1900 1901 

Jackaon 2000 2001 

Pacific Ayenue 2100 2101 

Broadway 2200 2201 

VaUejo 280O 2801 

Green 2400 2401 

Union 2600 2601 

Filbert 2600 2601 

Greenwich 2700 2701 

Lombard 2800 2801 

Chestnut 2000 2901 

Francisco 8000 8001 

Bay 8100 (o) 

NorthPoint 8200 (o) 

Beach (o) (o) 

Jefferson (e) (o) 

Tonquio fc) (01 

Lewis (a) (a) 

Virannat, from N a Union bet Kearny 

and Grant At, N to Filbert 
Varnay Place, from W s Canter Place 
bet South Park and Brannan, 8 W 
to Third 
Vasquez Avenue, (Forest Hill Exler- 
BioD) from KensiDj^D Way S of 
Merced Avenue N E 
Vattalkoro, W of Baa Bnmo At nr 

County Una 
Vauar Plata, from 8 s Harrison bat 

Second and Third 
Vuisrot Plata, from 8 t Oaary bet 

Hyde and Lorkin 
Vaaaniala (South B. F.). See Blith 

At South 
Vamii (SilTer Terrace), from Thornton 

At to Williams At 
Var Mahr, from E s Kearny bat Poat 

and Sutter 
VardI Place, from W s Montgomery bat 

Pacl*ic and Broadway 
Vermont, from DtTimon bet Kansas and 

Son Bruno At S to Islais Oeek 
Vermont See Oonklini 
Varna Allty. from Thirty-third E of 
Focr«t«r, S to Melrose At 



Valencia— (Continued) 

Htrmann 100 101 

McCoppin 

DubocaATenia 800 801 

C2intonPark 

Brosnan 

Fourteenth 800 801 

Fifteenth 400 401 

Sparrow 

8»teenth iOO 601 

SaTenteenth 100 (01 

Clarion Alley 

Bycanore 

Eicbtaenth 700 701 

Nineteenth 800 801 

Cunningham Plaoa 

Twntiatb 900 901 

Liberty 

Twenty-first 1000 1001 

Hin 

Twenty-second 1100 1101 

Twenty-third 1200 1801 

Twenty-fourth 1800 1801 

Twenty-fifth 1400 1401 

Twmty-aixth liOO 1601 

Army 1(00 1(01 

Tiffany ATioua. 

HiaaioD (a) (a) 

Vallaja, from the bay bet Broadway 
and Green, W to Preaidio Reaer- 
Tation 

Cratt SU. N, S. 
DaTis and The Embar- 

cadero 2 1 

Front 100 101 

Battery 200 201 

Cowdl Place 

Bansomo 800 801 

Preaoott Court 

HaUAUey 

Hodia'sAlley 

Bartol 

Montfomsy 400 401 

Kearny 600 601 

Ban Antonio 

Pinknay Place. 

Pollard Plaoa 

Hanrave Plaoe 

Grant ATenue (00 (01 

Columbus Avanua 

Tracy Place 

Btoekton 700 701 

Emery Lane 

Churchill 

Wheelook Place 

PoweU 800 801 

BehoU Place. 

Washoe Place 

ffConnell Place 

Mason 900 901 

Vallejo Ttrraoe. 

Taylor 1000 1001 

Florence 

Jones 1100 1101 

LeaTcnworth. 1200 1201 

Hyde 1800 1801 

White 

I^kin 1400 1401 

Polk 1600 1601 

Van Neaa ATenua. 1(00 1(01 

Franklin. 1700 1701 

Goufh 1800 1801 

OcUTia 1900 1901 

Lacuna 2000 2001 

Buchanan 2100 2101 

Webster 2200 2201 

Fillmore. 2800 2801 

Steiner 2400 2401 

Pierce 2600 2601 

Bcott. 2600 2601 

DiTisadero 2700 2701 

Brodviek 2800 2801 

Baker 2900 2901 

Lyon. (a) (e) 

Vallelo Alley (now Tracy Place) 

Vallslo Tsrrasa, from B a Vallajo bet 
Mason and Taylor 

Valley, from W t San Joae At bet 
Twenty-ei(hth and Twenty-ninth 
to Fowler At 

Crau Sit. N. S. 

Ban Joaa ATenua 2 1 

Dolorea. 100 101 

Church 200 201 

Banehai 800 801 

Noe. 400 401 

Caatro 600 601 



Vsrnan, W of Baa Jose At nr OouBlir 

Line 
Vareiu Plata, from E s Third bat Fol- 

aom and Harriaon 
Vttia (BilTer Terrace), from WiUiaaa 

At to Thornton At 
Vltantt, from Fourteenth At 8o«lk of 

Ulloa. W la the Oceu 
Vltkihw), from B i Twinty-aaaoid 
bet Church and Banehea, 8 I* 
Twenty-fifth 
Vlttar, from 8 i Bryant bat Bavaatb 

and Eif hth 
Victor Place, E a Jonea bet Sutter aad 

BushSte 
Victoria, from Ocean Avenue W la 

Palmetto bet Head and Ramsell 
Vienna, from SUtct At, B W to Amaso* 
View Avanua (now Grand View Av) 
Villa Place, from E s Taylor bat Pine 

and C^ifomia 
Vincent (now Garabaldi) 
Vinton Court from W s Grant At bat 

Pine and (^Ijfomia 
Vlrglt, from St Twenty-fifth bat How- 
ard and Shotwell 
Virginia (now Oklahoma) 
Virginia Avenue, from E t Hltiion ar 
Thirtieth to Elsie and Eugenia At 
Virginia Court (now Vinton Court) 
Virginia Place (now Cordelia) 
Vlita Avenue (Crocks Bay Siota 
Tract), from San Bruno At, B la 
Nuera At 
Vltltaclon Avanua, from Hoffman nr 
County Line to La Grande At, op9 
Russia At 
Volnty Allay. See Elisabeth Plaee 
Von Schmidt, from Water Front, 8 W 

to County Line 
Varratli Plata. Sea Eureka Plaoa 
Vue da I'Eau, from Fowler At B »< 

Sussex, W to Hamburg 
Vulcan. See Jupiter 
Vyican, from point W of Clara At I* 

Juno N of Lower Terraoe 
Vulcan Lane (now Emery Lane) 
W (now Wawona) 
Wagnsr Alley, from B s Eddy bet Jonaa 

and LeaTenworth 
Walbrldge, W of San Bruno At ar 

County Line 
Waldo Allay, from W a LaaTtoworth 

bet Broadway and Vallajo 
Wall (now Wright Bemal Haightt), 
from BoUaday Av, W to Butlaf 
At. S of Feralta 
Wall Place (now Coolidge PUea) 
Wallwa Avenue, from .^thur At, N W 

to Williams Av 
Waller, from junctioD Market aid 

OctaTia W to Btanyan 
Cross Sit. N. 8. 

Market and Octavia. .... 2 1 

Laguna 100 101 

Buchanan 200 201 

Webster 800 801 

FUUnore. 400 401 

Bteiner 600 601 

Portola 

Pierce. 600 Ml 

Carmelite. 

Scott. 700 701 

Alpine 

Dlvisadero 800 801 

Alpine 

Broderiok 900 •^— 

Buena Vista ATenua (e) (c) 

Buena Vista Park 

Buena Vista Avenue 1 100 1 101 

Omtral Avenue 1200 1201 

Masonic " 1800 1801 

Delmar " 

Ashbury 1400 1401 

Downey 

Clayton 1600 1601 

Belvedere 

Cole 1(00 1(01 

Shrader 1700 1701 

Stanyan (a) (a) 

Walnut from Pacific Avenue bet 
Preeidio At and Laurd, B to 
California 
Croat Sit. E. W 

Pacific Avenue 2 1 

Jadcton 100 102 

Waahinaton 200 101 



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Walnut— (Continued) 

Omy a» Ml 

Saoramento 400 ttl 

OKliforoi* (c) (e) 

Walnut See Ralaton 

Walnut Annul (now Hemlock), from 
W • LarklD bet Pott and 8att«r. 
W to Laffuna 

Waltw, from 8 a Dubooa At bet 
Sanchei and Noe, S to Fourtaenth 

Wtltham, from W a Alabama ni Ea- 
meralda At 

Ward, from W ■ San Bruno At nr 
County Line 

Ward. SeeBanka 

Ware, from Paul At bet Wheat and 
San Bruno At, S to San Bruno At 

Warran (now Sanchei) 

Warran Plan, from E ■ Uisiion bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Waihburn, from S ■ Mliaion bet Ninth 
and Tenth, S E to Howard 

Wuhlngten, from the bay bet Clay 
and Jackion, W to Arguello BlTd 

Crou Stt. N. S. 

The Embarcadvo 2 1 

Drumm 100 101 

DaTii 200 201 

Ceylon 

Front aOO 801 

Battery 400 401 

Custom Houie Place 

Saniome MO £01 

Jeaeop Place 

Montgomery Ml 

Columbus ATenue flOO 

Dunbar Alley 

Kearny 700 (o) 

Brenham Place. 

Wantworth Place. 

Orant ATenua 800 Ml 

WaTerly Place 

RoiaAUey 

Cameron AUey 

Spofford. 

Stockton 900 901 

Trenton 

Hopeton Terrace 

Stone 

PoweU 1000 1001 

Codman Place 

Wetmore Place. 

Haion 1100 1101 

Taylor 1200 1201 

Jones 1300 1»1 

Priest 

LeaTenirc>rtiL.!!!!!!!!!l400 1401 

Hyde 1600 IMl 

Larfcin 1600 1601 

Polk 1700 1701 

Van Nesa ATenue 1800 1801 

Franklin. 1900 1901 

Oou»h 2000 (o) 

OctaTia 2100 (o) 

Laguna. 2200 2201 

Buchanan 2300 2301 

Webster 2400 2401 

Fillmore 2500 2501 

Steiner (e) (c) 

AltaPlaia 

Scott 2800 2801 

DiTiaadero 2900 2901 

Broderick. 3000 3001 

Baker 8100 3101 

Lyon 3200 3201 

Presidio ATenue 3300 3301 

Walnut 8400 3401 

Laurel 3500 3501 

Locust 3600 3601 

Spruce 3700 3701 

Maple 3800 3801 

Cherry 3900 3901 

Arguello Blvd (e) (e) 

Wuhlngton Avinue (now Washburn) 

Wuhlngten Place (now Wentworth PI) 

Waihlngton Square, bet Union. Filbert, 

Stockton, C)olumbua At and 
PoweU 

Waihea Place, from N s VsUejo bet 
PoweU and Maeon 

Water, from W s Maeon bet Chestnut 
and Francisco, W to Taylor 

Water Front, from Islais CS-eek along 
the bay, S to County Line 

Waterloo, from E a San Bruno At nr 
Cortlmid At 



STREET AND AVENUE QVUDE 

Watsrvllli, from Helena, S to Thornton 

At 
Watton Plaes, from Ocean At W of 

Mission, B W 
Watt Avenue, from Morae nr County 

Line 
Wavarly Place, from N s Sacramento 

bet Grant Av and Stockton, N to 

Waahington 
Wawsna, from Fifteenth Av S of Vi- 
cente, W to the Ocean 
Wayland, from Charter Oak At S of 

Bacon, W to La Grande At 
Wayne Place, from N e Pacific bet 

PoweU and Maaon, N to Broadway 
Waynar Place, from E a Hyde bet 

Green and Union 
Webb (now Spring) 
Webb Place, from W s Mason bet Green 

and Union 
Webster, from N s Duboce At bet 

Buchanan and Fillmore, N to the 

bay 
Creu SU. E. W. 

Duboce At 2 I 

Hermann SO 61 

Germania 

WaU» IM 101 

Laussat 

Height 200 201 

Page aOO Ml 

OaL 400 401 

Hickory 

FeU. 600 601 

Undso 

Hayesi HO Ml 

Ivy 

OroTC 700 701 

Fulton 800 801 

HcAUister 900 901 

(3olden Gate ATUue.... 1000 1001 

Turk UM 1101 

Larch 

Eddy 1»0 1201 

EUis 1»0 ini 

Byington 

O'Farrett 14M 1401 

Geary 1600 IMl 

Post 1600 IMl 

Sutter 1700 1701 

Bush 1800 IMl 

Wllmot 

Pine 1900 1901 

California 2000 2001 

Sacramento 2100 2101 

Clay 2200 2201 

Washington. 2300 2301 

Jackson 2400 2401 

Bromley Place 

Pacific Avenue 2600 2501 

Broadway 2800 2M1 

VaUejo 2700 2701 

Green 2M0 2801 

Union 2900 2901 

FUbert 3000 8001 

Pixley ATenue 

Greenwich 8100 8101 

Moulton 

Lombard 8200 8201 

Chestnut (o) 8W1 

Francisco (o) 8401 

Bay 8600 8M1 

NorthPoint 86M 8M1 

Beach 8700 8701 

Jefferson 8800 8M1 

Tonquin. 8900 8901 

Lewis 40M 4001 

Wibiter Place (now Bromley PUce) 
Wsldon, W of San Bruno At nr head 

Islais Oeek 
Wellington Avenue (Oocker Tract) 

San Mateo County, take Mission 

Weill Court from S s Lombard bet 
Grant Av and Stockton 

Welsh, from W s Zoe bet Bryant and 
Brannan, S W to W of Fourth 

Wantworth Place, from N s Washing- 
ton bet Kearny and Grant At, N 
to Jackson 

West Avsnus (now Appleton At) 

Wast Clay, from Twenty-fourth to 
Thirty-third Aya, bet Lake and 
the bav (now Camino del Mar) 

Croji Sis. N. 8. 

Twentv-fourth ATenue.. 2 1 

Twfniv-fifth • ..100 101 



Twenty-HXth Avenue.. 200 201 
Twenty-seventh " ..800 Ml 
Twenty-eighth ' ..400 401 
Twenty-ninth * .600 Ml 
Thirtieth * .600 Ml 

Thirty-first • .. 7M 701 

Thirty-second " ..800 Ml 
WstI Clay Park, from Twenty-second 

Av W bet Presidio Av and Lake 
Wsit Eddy. See Eddy W 
Wast Lake Avsnus (Now Oleego Av) 
West Mitiien (now Otia) 
West Portal Avenue (Forest HiU Tract) 

N from Portola Drive to UUoa 
Wstmers Place, from N s Clay bet 

PoweU and Mason, N to Waahing- 
ton 
Whset from Paul Av bet Crane aad 

Ware. 8 to Salinas Av 
Whielar Avanui (Oocker Bay Shore 

Tract), from San Bruno Av, 8 
Wheelock Place, from N • VaUejo bet 

Stockton and PoweU 
Whipple Avenue (Weet End Tract) 

from Mission, N W to San Joee Av 

nr County Line 
White, from N s VaUejo bet Hyde aid 

Larkin 
WhKe'i Place, from E a Jonea bet 

Sutter and Bush 
White Place (now Victor) 
Whiting, from E s Grant Av bet Lom- 
bard and Chestnut 
WhHnsy, from Thirtieth E of Balckes, 

8 to RandaU 
Whittlsr, from Mission 8 E, nr County 

Line 
Wieland, W of San Bruno Av nr 

County Line 
WMand Avenue (now Judson Av) 
WIese, from S s Fifteenth bet Miasioa 

and Valencia, S to Sixteenth 
Wide, from W s San Bruno Av bat 

OampbeU and Harknsas Avs, to 

OneoU 
Wilder, from point E of Carrie S of 

Chenery, W to Diamond 



Stanyan. S to Woodland At 

Wlllard Nerth. from Edward W E of 
ArgueUo Blvd. S to Fulton 

WllllBm (now Shannon) 

Wlllltmi Avsnus, from Elailroad Av 
nr Van Dyke W to Phelps 

Wllliamion (now Parker At) 

Wllllar Avinua. from Niagara to Mt. 
Vernon Av bet Gets and Howth 

Wlllaw Avsnua (now Street), from W 
s Larkin bet Eddy and EUis 

Wllmot from W s Webster bet Bush 
and Pine. W to Steiner 

Wilson Avenue (formerly Bismark) a of 
Goethe from Mission W 

Windsor Place, from N > Green bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 

Wlafleld from Coao Av bet Prospect 
Avand Elsie 8 W to Cortland Av 

Winnipeg Avsnus, W of Mlasion, near 
County Une 

WInilow (now Franconia) 

WIMsr Lane, from E • Maaon bet 
Green and Union 

WInthrop, from N i Lombard bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny, N to Cbee't 

Whceniin, from Sixteenth bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina, S to Tulare 

Welfi (Ba^al Heights), from Isabel, 
8 W to PwalU Av 

Weed, from Laurel HUl Cemeto-y bet 
Maaonic Av and CoUini, 8 to Turk 

Weedland Avenue, from Parnassus Av 
bet Stanyao and WiUard, 8 to 
Edgewood Av 

Weedward, from 8 s Dubooe Av bet 
Miaaoa and Valencia, 8 to Four- 
teenth 

Weel, from FowhatUn and North Av, 
8 to Cortland Av 

Weeliiy, from Charter Oak Av 8 of 
Wayland, W to U Grande Av 

Werceiter Avenue. W of 8u Joee At 
nr C)ounty Line 

Werden, from N s Franciaoo bet Stock- 
ton and PoweU 

Warden Avsnus (now Whipple At) 



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Hearst Building 



Phone Sut ter 1036 

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Contractors MACHINERY 
Conereto MACHINERY 
Hoisting MACHINERY 
StttI Cars, Saw TaMt, Ete. 



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MONTGOMERY 

STREET 
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FUNERAL DIRECTOR 
AND EMBALMER 

TELfPHONC MISSION 1S1 

1387 VALENCIA ST. at 25th 



STKEET AND AVBNDE OUISE 



Worth, [rom Twenty-firit W of Dau(- 

Un, S to Twenty*flecoDd 
Wright (B«nul HaghU). horn Holla- 

d>j At W to Bulkr, S of PenlU 
Wyint (R«u Tract), bet Hoyt ud 

Sumun, from CunpboU At, N to 

Ootote 
Wyemlni (Soath 8. F.), from IduM. B 

to Firit At Soath 
WyoitilDB Atmu«, now Wlnnlp«( At 
X (now Yorba) 

Yil> (CniTtraty Bomeitttd), tram 
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Yuoo. Set H South 

Verba Buena, N S of Sacramento bet 

Mason and Taylor N to Clay 
Verba Buena Av (St Franeia Wood) from 

K e Santa Clara At parallel with 

Terrace Drive 8 E 
Vol* (now Twenty-fifth) 
Yorbt. from Le Conte At 8 of W to 

Quebec At 
York, from Diyiaon bet Hampriiireaod 

Bryant. 8 to PeralU At 
Voiemitt Ayenut, from Water Front 

N W to WllUama At 



Vosemlte At (Foreet Hill) 
VNb* (now Twenty.«zth) 
Yucatan (South 8. F.) Sae Poftjr- 

ierentb At South 
Yukon, from Nineteenth 3 W to Short 
Yuma, from Sixth nr Weat B Dorado, 

8 W to Siiteenlh > 

Zano, from S a Folaom bat Bealt and 

Franont 
Zoa, from 8 a Errant bet Third and 

lourtb, 8 E to Branoan , , 
Zaa Place (now Zano) 






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Crocker-Langly Directory 

230-240 BRANNAN STREET 
Telephone Douglas 5800 






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THE POPULAR PRICE 
___=_= JEWELRY STORE 

Watchmakers, • Jewelers, - Opticians 715 Market St., abOVe Third St. 



Sorensen Co. 



GENERAL>>MACHINERY>AND.>SUPPLY>COMPANY 

39-51 STEVENSON STREET, Sm Francisco, Calif. TELEPHONE i Private Eich:nte) SUTTER S750 

Agents • for • EVERLASTING • BLOW • OFF • VALVES • • POWELL • VALVES • Etc. 



List of Directories on File at Office of 

Crocker-Langley 
San Francisco Directory 



230-240 BRANNAN STREET 



Alaska Oazetteer 
Albany 

Anaconda, Mont. 
Astoria 
Atlanta 
Augusta, Oa. 
Austin, Tez. 
BakarsBeld 
Baltimore 
Beaumont, Tex. 
Belllngham, Wash. 
Bluings, 
Birmingham 
Boise City 
Boston 

Bozeman, Mont. 
Bridgeport 
Brooklyn 
Buffalo 
Butte 

Cheyenne, Wyo. 
Chicago 
Chico 

China and Manila 
Cincinnati 
Cleveland 
Colorado Springs 
Columbus 
Coos County 
Dallas 

Danbury, Conn. 
Dayton, Ohio 
Denver 
Des Moines 
Detroit 

District of Colum- 
bia 
Duluth 
XI Paso, Tez. 
EvansvlUe 
Eureka 
Everett 



Fitchburg, Mass. 

Flint 

Fort Wayne 

Fresno 

Oalveston 

Qrand Junction, 
Colo. 

Qrand Bapids, 
Mich. 

Oreat Falls, Mont. 

Hartford, Conn. 

Helena 

Hendricks Com- 
mercial Register 

Honolulu 

Houston 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

Joliet 

Kalamazoo 

Kalaspell, Mont. 

Kansas City 

Kenosha, Wis. 

Lewiston, Mont. 

Lexington 

Lincoln 

Little Rock 

Livingston. Mont. 

Logan City, Utah 

Long Beach 

Los Angeles 

Louisville 

Memphis 

Meriden 

Mlddletown.Conn. 

Missoula, Mont. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Modesto 

Muskogee 

Napa 

Nashville 



Naugatuck, Conn. 

Newark 

New Britain, Conn. 

New Haven 

New London 

New Orleans 

New York City 

Norfolk, Va. 

Norwich 

Oakland 

Ogden 

Oklahoma City 

Omaha 

Pasadena 

Philadelphia 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pomona, Cal. 

Portland, Me. 

Portland, Ore. 

Frescott 

Providence 

Provo City, Utah 

Pueblo 

Redlands 

Richmond, Cal. 

Richmond, Va. 

Riverside, Cal. 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Sacramento 

Saginaw, Mich. 

Salem 

Salida City, Colo. 

Salt Lake City 

San Bernardino 

San Diego 

San Jose 

San Luis Obispo 

San Rafael 

Sandusky, Ohio 

Santa Ana 

Santa Barbara 



Santa Monica 

Santa Rosa 

Scranton 

Seattle 

Sheridan City, Wyo 

Sioux City, la. 

Spokane 

Springfield, 111. 

Springfield, Mass. 

Springfield, Ohio 

Stockton, Cal. 

St. Joseph, Mo. 

St. Louis 

St. Paul 

Superior 

Syracuse 

Tacoma 

Terre Haute 

Tampa 

Toledo 

Topeka 

Toronto 

Trinidad, Colo. 

Troy 

Tucson, Ariz. 

Utica 

Vallejo 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

Walla Walla 

Washington, D. C. 

Waterbury, Conn. 

Wheeling 

Wilkesbarre 

Wilmington 

Worcester 

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T^O YOU know that your advertisement in the Crocker- 

Langeley San Francisco Directory can be seen in the 

above Cities? Same is made possible by our Directories 

being on file in all the different Cities in the United States. 




The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF TEL. SUTTER 333 



BRUNSWICK BILLIARD TABLES 767-769 Mission St. 



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THc wctT't LAHocar DcsiaNciia AND ■uiLDiiia or 

MONUME.NTS and MAUSOLEUMS 

3 POTRERO AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO TEL. MARKET 688 




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Beautyy Adaptabilityy Convenience 

PRIME factors in the selection of 
Library Furniture, are splendidly 
evidenced in our displays at this time. 
If you appreciate the value and importance 
of furniture of this character, which.while harmon- 
izing perfectly with the decorative scheme of any 
room, makes those corners which would other- 
v«se be bare and unattractive, actually inviting, 
see our display of 

Fine Library Furnitjure 
and SloW^V^rnickc Bookcases 

As may be readily seen — Slobc^V^rnickc Book- 
cases; because of their sectional construction may be 

quickly arranged or leananged in many pleasing combinations and 
are instantly adjustable to any nook or corner of the home. 

We show them in a wide diversity of styles and finishes at 
prices anybody can afford and will be glad to pay. 



Call or lend today 

many beautiful He , -..„«.«...^ ».,„ « vui^j » 

Hamilton W. Mabie's booklet "The Blue Book of Fiction. 



our latest Aft Catalogue illujtraling 
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H. S. CROCKER CO.. Inc. 

565-571 MARKET ST. 



PACIFIC FOUNDRY COMPANY 



18th and Harrison Sts. 



Phone Mission 1105 



Cr^M^Mff^M C^ THE POPULAR PRICE 

jSorensen Lo. jewelry store 

Watchmakers, - Jewelers, • Opticians 715 Market St., abOVC Third St. 



PRINTERS 

BOOKBINDERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

STATIONERS 



LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS 
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES 



HS- CROCKER Co Inc. 

565-571 MARKET STREET 

Telephone T>ouglas 5800 



LOS ANGELES 



OAKLAND 



SACRAMENTO 



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4(80 BRASS COPPER STEEL 
76-80FfRST ST. 



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INDUSTRIAL 
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Wntin lifriuitithns 

BISHOP 
CALCULATING 
RECORDERS 

1508 Claus 
Spreckels BIdg. 

703 Market Sf 

Tel. Sutler 3987 



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MOVING AND STORAGE CO. 

FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE 

456 MCALLISTER STREET. Opposite City Hall 



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ABBREVIATIONS 



steam 
Specialties 



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Phone Sutter 

16 9 6 



PRINTERS 

BOOKBINDERS 

STATIONERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS 

LOOSE LEAF 
LEDGERS 

TYPEWRITER 
SUPPLIES 



H. S. 

CROCKER 

COMPANY 

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♦ 

666-571 
MARKET ST. 

TEL- DOUGLAS 50OO 

ALSO AT 

LOS ANGELES 

SACRAMENTO 

OAKLAND 



ftoet HeoonUDt 

ftdr adrertiaiDg 

ftgor Agency 

^t agent 

Alex AlexAoder 

Al AUey 

Am American 

Apt* epartmenta 

appr apprentice 

Aian AsiociatioD 

tatt aBsiatant 

ATASFRy 

Atchison. Topeka k Banta 
Fe Railway. 

atty attorney 

Ay Avenue 

Bap Baptist 

bartndr bartender 

Benj Benjamin 

bet between 

bkpr bookkeeper 

blk block 

Blvd Boulevard 

BIdg Building 

bldr builder 

blksmith blacksmith 

bkbdr bookbinder 

brklayer bricklayer 

brlcmn brakeman 

Broi Brothers 

cabtmkr cabinetmaker 

Cal California 

eapt captain 

oarp carpenter 

eaahr cashier 

Cath Catholic 

Chaa Charles 

ehauffr chauffeur 

oiveng civilengineer 

elk clerk 

eoUr collector 

coml commercial 

com mer 

commission merchant 

Com Commission 

comp compositor 

eond. conductor 

cooftr confectioner 

cong congregational 

eontr contractor 

eons conaoUdated 

cor comer 

Corp Corporation 

corres correspondent 

ctr cutter 



Ct Court 

Danl Daniel 

dep deputy 

dept department 

dlr dealer 

drf tsmn draftsman 

£s east side 

Edw Edward 

dec eng. .electrical engineer 

elec insts 

. . . electrical instniments 

electn electrician 

elev elevator 

emp employe 

eng engineer 

Epis Episcopal 

ex exchange 

express cxpreeaman 

ftr fitter 

Fredk Frederick 

ft foot 

f rt freight 

gasftr gasfitter 

genl general 

Geo George 

GG Park. Golden Gate Park 

Gram Grammar 

h house 

hlpr helper 

horseshr horseshoer 

Imm Immigration 

Imp Improvement 

inc incorporated 

ins insurance 

insp inspector 

lost instrument 

Jas James 

Jos Joseph 

June junction 

junk junk dealer 

lab laborer 

lampltr lamplighter 

lieut lieutenant 

lino opr. .linotj-pe operator 

IndywKT laundryworker 

Lith Co. .Lithographing Co 

lithogr lithographer 

Ltd Limited 

lum surveyor 

lumber surveyor 

Luth Lutheran 

mach machinist 

mfg manufacturing 

mar eng. . .marine engineer 



mfra agta 

. . . manufaeturers agenta 
mitr mar. .master mariner 

mer merchant 

mdae merchandise 

mech mechanic 

mecb eng 

mechanical engineer 

meesgr messenger 

Meth Methodist 

mfr manufacturer 

mgr manager 

inwf maker 

mov pict opr 

moving picture operator 

mtmm motonnan 

N 8 north side 

Nat National 

NE northeast 

NaT Co Navigation Co 

notary jiotary public 

NW northwest 

NWP RR 

Northwester nPacificRRCo 

opr operator 

Pao Pacific 

paperhgr paperhanger 

ptmmkr pattern maker 

photogr photographer 

phys physician 

?kr packer 
1 PUce 

plastr plasterer 

PMSSCo 

.... Pacific Mail SS Co 

PTATCo 

Pac Telephone & Tel Co 

police policeman 

PO Postoffice 

pres president 

Prim Primary 

prin principal 

wop proprietor 

Pt Point 

Pub Co Publishing Co 

Pub School . . Public School 
purcb agt. purchasing agent 

qtrmatr quartermaster 

r residence 

Rd Road 

real est real estate 

repr repairer 

Robt Robert 

RR Railroad 



Ry Railway 

RM8 Railway Mai Serriee 

salan satsaiDan 

Saml Samuel 

Bar Sarinc* 

achr schoonet 

sergt sergeant 

SFFD 8 FRre Dept 

SE MuUinit 

sec 8«creUr7 

Soc Socittr 

•olr wlidtor 

•pi ipeeUl 

8q STuara 

SOCo....8Uii<ludOaCo 

S a south sida 

SS Steamahip 

SP Co. Southern Pacifie Co 

SVWCo 

. . Spring VsUey Water Co 

steamftr steamfitter 

steso stenographer 

storekpr storekeeper 

str steuner 

supt superintendent 

SW southwest 

tchr teaoher 

tel telephone 

tel opr. .telegraph operator 

tileetr tilesetter 

Tcr Terrace 

Theo Theodore 

Thos Thomas 

tmkpr timekeeper 

tmstr teamster 

trav traveling 

treaa treasurer 

DI Wks. .Union Iron Works 

upholstr upholsterer 

vet surgeon 

veterinary surgeon 

v-pres vicepreaident 

Whse Warehouse 

WFACo 

Wells Fargo i Co Express 
whsemn . . . .warehouseman 
WUTelCo 

. Western Union Tel Co 

whol wholesale 

Wm William 

wkr worker 

Wks Works 

WPRy 

Western Pacific Railway 
Ws westsidt 



H ' S ' CROCKER COMPANY 

MANUFACTURING STATIONERS 

BOOKSELLERS ' PRINTERS ' PUBLISHERS - BINDERS 

LITHOGRAPHERS ' STEEL PLATE PRINTERS ' 

'Humber 565'571 MARKET STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO 



ASSOCIATED CATALOGS 



An Encyclopedia of Bailding Mater 

560 MISSION STREET 



SAN FRANCISCO 



Smnt Free to Architecta and Engineere 

Telephone DOUGLAS 2372 




CROCKER-LANGLEY 

SAN FRANCISCO 
DIR ECTO RY 

1920 



NOTICE— Names, Changes and Removals received too late for regular 
Insertion will be found on page 169 



A-l BaklnE Co 3T9, 21st At 

A 1 ELECTHIC CONSTRUCTION CO, H. Surry- 
hne mgr, electrical coatractors, wiring and 
supplies 78, 2d tel Sutter 7380 
A-Pache Self-VulcanlzlnK Patch 702 Polk 
ABO Electrical Co 2380 Market 
ABO Guide 151 Minna 
A B O Oil Co Mills Bldg 
ABO Transfer & Storage Co 087 Howard 
A O TT W Hall 548 Halght 
A P W Paper Co 503 Market 
Aabel Paul O 3 (Mary) Ironwkr r 64 Delano ay 
Aaeaard Hans S decorator r 1860 Sutter 
Aagard Mary elk Pac SS Co r 23 Noe 
Aalders Henry J (Rosalie) phys 095 Market 
Aanselman Minnie Mrs with Jewel Tea Co r 

Daly City 
Aarhaus Arthur r 162 Taylor 
Aarkrogh Theo C eng r 141 Erie 
AARON, see also Aron 

" Alfred (Mary) cond r 1254, 17th Av 

" Belle N dressmkr 1406 Hyde 

" Emll (Milly) cigarmkr r 16.'!7 Clay 

'* Geo A waiter r 917 Kearny 

" Gustave (Goldle) drftsmn r 562, 19th At 

•' H Blchd elk r 324 Maple 

" Hazel leatherwkr r 1220 OctaTla 

" Jos r 265 Laussat 

" Kitty B r 324 Hyde 

" Leopold (Rae B) r 1822 Sacramento 

" Oscar '(Rebecca) (Wm P Connors & Co) r 
1426 Cole 

" Robt butcher r 265 Laussat 

" Simon (Nettle) sec Bauer Bros r 324 Maple 

" Theresa (wld Harris) r 1406 Hyde 

" Victor (Pauline) pub acct 785 Market r 376 
16th At 
Aaronson Philip V osteopath Flood Bldg r 800 

Bush 
Aareberg Lauretz (Anna) seaman r 20 Waltham 
AaruD Haryey C metalwkr r 2159 Mission 
Aarve John waiter SP Hospital 
Aasland ThoB (Xrma) driller r 3635, 23d 
Ababurko Andrew janitor r 259, 6th 
Abacot Apartments 685 Halght 
Abad Jose (Juanita) lab r 49 Jasper PI 
Abadle Simon (Helene) Indywkr r 1627 Pierce 
Abalos Josle (wld Peter) r 527 Holy Pk Circle 
Abarca Abraham lab r 773 Broadway 
Abare Geo L (Alice E) ironwkr r 4029 Polsom 
Abate Antonio lab r 550 Green 

" Caeser carver r 734 Union 

" L r 1212, 18th 

" Nino (liucy) candles 2000 McAllister 

" Thos (Cal and Italian Products Co) r 1050 
Greenwich 

■■ Vincent (Lena) (Abate & Bach) r 909 Page 

" & Bach (V Abate W Bach) barbers 803 
Montgomery 
Abattl Michael mach r 169 Lucky 

" Samuel (Phlllna) lab r 169 Lucky 
Abaurrea Martin (Angela) elk Hotel Espanol r 

719 Broadway 
Abbatlcola Prank (Mary) barber r 450 Vallejo 
Abbay John creamery 1031 Valencia r 922o 

Valencia 
Abben Katherine D Mrs (Oscar Abben Elec 
Wks) r Oakland 

" Oscar Electrical Works 509 ■Washington 
Abbert Grafton (Gertrude) salsn r 1306, 38th At 
Abbett Jas M patent atty Crocker Bldg r Berke- 
ley 



Abbey Alb S r 448 Laurel 

" Apartments 450 Jones 

" Chris tinner r 88S Folsom 

" Clarence S r 34 Delmar 

" P T miller r 34 Delmar 

" Bdw pres Pac Auto Exchange r San Mateo 

" John (Ethel) elk r 1735 Pine 

" Lacey E checker r 34 Delmar 

" Land & Improvement Co 209 Post 

"Philip J (Ethel H) elk E V Hideout Co r 
1735 Pine 

" Raymond O ironwkr r 34 Delmar 

" Robt L rest 603 Laguna 

" Thos E (Clara B) r 34 Delmar 

" Winslow adv mgr Daily News r 641 Post 

ABBOT S LEONARD (Jeanie O) v-prcs and cashr 

Security Savings Bank r 2118 Vallejo 

" S Leonard Jr with Maillard & Schmieden r 
^an Rafael 
Abbotsford Apartments 1300 Golden Gate Av 
ABBOTT see Abbot 

" A elk Lesser Bros Co r 1970 Sutter 

" A A Mrs r 1105 Larkin 

" Abraham (Ida) painter r 643-5 Oak 

" Addy M (wld Chas H) r 2323 Franklin 

•' Agnes H (wld Wm) r 1336 Steiner 

" Allan H (Mary) auditor r 2092 Broderick 

" Allan H Jr asst mgr r 2092 Broderick 

" Alvin A r 1272. 48th Av 

" Anna B r 26 Bronte 

•' Annie (wld Alonzo B) r 1375 Grove 

" Archibald A (Mae) cond r 156, 27th 

" Arthur lab r 60, 7th 

" Belle nurse r cor 36th Av and Fulton 

" Benj tlmekpr Ford Auto Co r 737 Faxon Av 

" Carol S (wld Geo Wl r 870 Clayton 

" Carolyn M tchr r 4054, 18th 

" (Carroll B pres Water Wks Sup Co r Berkeley 

" Clara E nurse r 109 Pierce 

" Clarence T storekpr WUTel Co r Alameda 

" Chas L (Grace D) tmstr r 26 Mullen Av 

" Chas S bellmn r 616 O'Farrell 

■' Earl R (Rose) lab r 471 London 

" Edw A (Ruth) auto niech r 434. 44th Av 

•• Edw A cond r 87, 11th 

" Edw H salsn r 95. 5th At 

" Edw R r 516 O'Farrell 

'• Edwin L (Ethel Ml elk r 36 Fair Av 

" Edwin R salsn Olds & Stoller r 400, 40th av 

" B G r 1037 Ellis 

•• Elbert V (Prances) printer r 420, 38th Av 

" Eugene S bkpr r 2299 Sacramento 

" F H Co printers 645 Mission 

" Frank H (Margaret) pres Hicks Judd r 69 
Vicksburg 

" Frank H Jr sec F H Abbott Co mgr Hicks 
Judd Co r Oakland 

" Fred B (Margery B) ftr r 1030 Sanchez 

" G D mining sec Crocker Bldg r Piedmont 

" Geo L painter r 100. 9th Av 

" Golde (wld David) r 1555 Jackson 

" Harold messgr Fed Res Bank r 3227 Sacra- 
mento 

" Jay (Minnie) tailor r 501 Laguna 

" J G bkbdr r 1109 Ellis 

" John L (Mary M) with SO Co r 1452 Hyde 

•• John W bkpr r 4054, 18th 

" Julia widow r 349 Banks 

" Kenneth r 1401 Jones 

" Laboratories Phelan Bldg 

•' Lavlnla B (wld Walter B) r 15 Ashbury Ter 

" Leroy C phys 135 Stockton 

" Letter Co Ramsey Oppenhelm Co successors 
618 Mission 

" Lonna B Miss bkpr Pac Pipe Co r 1376 Grove 

•• Mary (wld John) r 4054, 18th 



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ABBOTT 

■ Mary G (Smith It Abbott) r 44, 3d 
" Michael E driver r 169 Lucky 

" Ualph H (Martha H) acct 81* Co r 1340 

Broadway 
" Kay (KthcU carp r 3190, 24th 
" Roae Mn< r 2.S53 Post 
■• Roy c phys Butler BWk 
" Sarah (wid Alex) r 450 Jonos 
" Sarah (wld Thoa) r 1272. 4«th Av 
•■ Wni (MnrEHn-t) liron Hiilel Uiwalvn r 31" 

I-eavonworth 

• Wni H (Anna S) r 100. 8th At 

■ Wni n (Carrie W) r 1401 Jones 
" Wni L elk r 1209 Valencia 

• Wm L with r.MSS r 538 Mnaon 
ABBOTT WILLIAH M, cenl ultv. IllR. Hoi- 

lirook BldK. 58 Sutter, tel Sutter 3200, r 
Bohemian Club, tel Franklin 2441 

Al)liriizze»e Anl4inlo (Antoiiettel Imrber 502 
nth r (t74a Harrison 

Abbnizzlnl Elmer driller r .•!.t4 Wlnfleld 

Abbuhl Hewitt I lab r 52 Gaven 

• Jurd brklaver r 2437 San Bruno Av 
Abdelnour Abdallah rugs 1382 Sutter r 1810 

Fillmore 
Abdcrholden Albert elk SP Co r 210714 Webster 
Ahdy Uowena M Mrs artist 728 Monteomery 
Abee Frank painter r 580 San Bruno Av 
Alieel Bilwin A eng RU Com r lOlli Eddy 
AbecElen C steamftr r 2908 Mission 
Abel A F Ironwkr r 2432 Mission 
■■ Albert r 3887 Sacramento 
" Anna (wld Herman) r 269 Moultrie 
ABEL ELDBED (Anna) asst sec Bank of Italy, 
r 1441 Taylor 

• E Marguerite (wld Emll) r 3712 Army 

" Emll (Emma) Jeweler 1347 Polk r same 

•■ Florence r 1924 Golden Gate Av 

" Geo v-pres Associated Milk Producers 53 Clay 

" Marparet widow r 205 Preclta Av 

" Paul lab r 4515 Mission 

" Paul (Elizabeth) pressuin r I«i9 Sbotwell 

" Randolph elk r 205 Preclta Av 

" Richard H (Marearet HI eashr r 1814 Paee 

■• Kobt (Cathrlna) carp r 3835a 20th 

" Sadie A (wld Geo) r 1451 Taylor 

" .Slf;niund (Johanna) (Arconaut Outlittlnc Co) 

r 1704 Broderick 
" Virginia P (wld Wm) r 1824 Golden Gate Av 
" Wm B (Eble) wireless opr r 1924 Golden 
Gate Av 

Abela John (Abela & Muscat) r 2434 San Bruno 
Av 
" & Muscat (J Abela J Muscat) butchers 2434 
San Bruno Av 

Abele John sboemkr r 3435, 19th 

Abelee Jas (Minnie) tmstr r 1561 Mason 

Al>eleln Marie corsetlere 212 Stockton r 548 
Olive Av 

Abeleln Therese nurse r 1483 Pine 

Abeles Arthur elk r 1703 Hvde 
" Benry (Jessie) r 1631 Larkin 

Abeline August Jeweler r 1110 Potrero Av 
" Geo pres Cal Fruit Selllni; Co r 2329 Dlvlaa- 

dero 
■• Jos A elk Assoc on (3o r 1110 Potrero At 
" Mary (wld Clemence) r 1110 Potrero Av 

Ahellns Held N sec G M Trent r Oakland 

Abell Carl elk Am Ex Co r Berkeley 
" John L r 543 Oak 

Abello Chlaffredo (Ludovlca) refreshments 493 
Broadway r 1620c Mason 

Abels Geo with Ojtden Packing & Preserve Co 
r 1721a Scott 
" Henry L (Kathcrlne) watchmn r 837 Treat 

At 
" Herman C printer r 938 Shotwell 
" Herman J (Hazel) printer r 32a RIncreold 

Abelstedt Ewald (Bonnie) r 1044 Pine 

Abenioyor Isaac r 1383 O'Parrell 

Abenantl Harrv r 555 Clavton 

Abend Harry tailor r 1824 O'Parrell 

■ Nathan (Pauline) metwkr r 385 Ivy 
■' Saml printer 672 Larkin r 2.S53 Post 

Ahendroth Frertk C (Josephine K) tailor 782 
Halght 

■ V.iis H (Hfdwlg) salsn r 503 Franklin 
Abenhelm Fredk B (Edna H) with Galland Mer- 
cantile My r 310 Locust 

ABEBO see also Elbercr 

.\bercTomble Boiling (Lillian) mining eng r 1120 
Jackson 

■ .Mlln Mrs r Fairmont Hotel 
Aberdeen Apartments 1224 Hvde 

Alierle Wm F elk Llljbv McNeill ft Llbby f 

VMCA 
.\bernathle Dora Mrs r 1310 Octavia 
■• .lack elk Hotel Woodstock 
Al>ernath.v .*^t Elmo with Chleaco Pneumatic 

Tool Co r Berkeley 

• Wm C Janitor r 1952 Fell 
Abernethv J A elk r 149, .Id 

• Jas MeC (Nellie) plastr r 1.33 Naples 
'• Will S (Claro) r 42 I.lppard 



Abersun Byrd elk r 3358. 24th 
Ablko K (Vona) r 2310 TTn'on 
AblnantI Jos (Antonlettei butcher 



1142 Treat 



ABINGDON PBESS THE. Howard M Boy mgr 

5-7 City Hall Av. tel Market 72 
Able Mfg Co auto locks 731 Folsom 

■ Viola B waitress r 195. 7th 
Ablea I.,awrence carp r 338. 3d 

" Mary elk Anglo London Paris Nat Bank r 
1721 PaclBc Av 
Abney Chas L (Cooper) driver r 832 Doujtlaa 

" Jacob K collr Pl&T Oo r 188. 11th Av 

" John N (Martha) lab r 58 Vesta 
Abood Nicholas shocmkr r 3122, 16th 
Abor It S Ironwkr r 407 Tehama 
ABRAHAM see also Abrahams, Abrahzn. Abram 
and Abrams 

*• Alma Mrs pres Rosenblujn Abraham Co Inc 
r 1029 Fell 

" Belle (wld Uyman) r 77 Parnassus Av 

" BenJ musician r 68 Halght 

" Benno M elk r 77 Parnassus At 

" Bros com 510 Batterj- 

" Chas tailor 349 I'resldio At 

" Chas J druggist 1198 McAllister r 68 Jordan 
At 

" Frank (Rose) barber r 218, 6th At 

'• Fred r 63 Turk 

'■ Fred A H (Christine) elk r 2321 California 

" Gabriel organist r 615. 12th At 

" Gertrude Mrs r 1457 Jones 

" Harold J attv Chronicle Big r 815. 12th At 

" Harn' (Berthai civ eng r 1161 Hayes 

" Harry P (Florence) waiter r 2554 Sacra- 
mento 

" Isador tailor r 2760 Baker 

•• Isidore (Dora) barber r 1745 Ellis 

■' Jacob (Ruy) salsn L Hlrsch & Co r 615 
12th Av 

•' Laura V (wld Louis) r 461 Noe 

" Loula (Clara) r 1251 Hyde 

" Margharlta (wld Meyer) r 743 Turk 

" Mary D Mrs r 671 Florida 

" Maurice (Alma) mgr Rosenblum Abraham 
Co r 1029 Fell 

" Ma.x clothing 411 Columbus Av r 1829 Hyde 

•• Morris r 1179 Pine 

" Morris musician r 120 Ellis 

" Morris tailor r 2178 Bush 

" Nathan sec D S Stein Co 46 Davis 

" Nathan I (Carrie) salsn r 805 Lake 

" Paul r 826 Clayton 

*' Ray (wld Meyer) r 530 Ashbury 

■' Robt (Gertrude) salsn S L Hoffman r 1467 
Jones 

" Saml J salsn r 68 Jordan Av 

" Wm !• (Eleanor) aalsn Pac Imp Co r 031 
Stanyan 
Abrahams A & M clothing 20 Embarcadero 

" Abraham (Belle) (A & M Abrahams) r 2665 
Sacramento 

■' Alfred B cigars 502 Battery r 2616a Webster 

" Alfred Mrs widow r 2504 Sacramento 

■' Harry W salsn Max Abrahams r 1000 Sutter 

" Henrietta (wld Max) pres Max Abrahams r 
1000 Sutter 

" Howard L dental mech r 1826 Buchanan 

" Jos r 1138 McAllister 

" Jos (Julia) tailor 1514 Larkin r 2656 Bush 

"Mr 505 Geary 

" Marc phys 78 Fair Oaks 

•' -Mary J Mrs r 4170, 17th 

" Max (Inc) whol jewelers 717 Market 

•■ Mary (wld Philip) r 4150, 17th 

" Morris tailor 2178 Bush 

" Myer (Llllle) (A & M Abrahams) r 1826 
Buchanan 

" Nathan (Rebecca) store r 11.S8 McAllister 

" Newton salsn C H Baker r 2100 California 

•• Oscar (May) painter r 346 Scott 

'■ Paul D driver r 4150. 17th 

" Richd D salsn Max Abrahams r 1000 Sutter 

" Theo r 571 McAllister 
Abrahanisen A r 981 Pine 

•■ Alfred J student r 421 Ashbury 

" Andrew shipwright r 421 Ashbury 

ABRAHAMSEN G. 0. 

(May F). submarine diver, contractor, 
salvager and wrecker, hoisting and trans- 
porting heavy material. 166 Steuart. tel 
Kearny 271, r 421 Ashbury, tel Park 3381 

■• Ounlek O Jr r 421 Ashbury 

" Kii.siiir tlrenin r 229 Cuinherlnnd 
ABRAHAMSON see also Abrahamsen and Ab- 



Abel r 3.'55 Octavia 

Abraliam r 2917 Jackson 

Adolph (Anna) mech r 208 Chenory 

Albert r 1368 Hyde 

,Vlex asst mgr The Emporium r 327 1 



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18th and Harrison Sts. 



Phone Mission 1105 



SEE PAGE 88 



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Fireproof 
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ABRAHAMSON 
" Andrew (Minnie) delicacies 3783, 24th r 391 

Elizabeth 
" BenJ P (Rose) eng r 1235 Fulton 
" BiiildlnK 319 Grant 

'• Carl (Elfrcda) elk Ford Motor Co r 1059 Fell 
'• ChBS E (Selma) foremn r 345 Madrid 
■ Edw DeB (Acnes) niach r 1351 Webster 
■' Gnstave (Sarah) r 1369 Hvde 
" Henry (Rebecca) r 3798 Clay 
" Herman salsn McLeod Merc Co r 327 Locust 
" Hjalmar (Josephine) auto repr r 633 Van 

NesB Av 
" Hugo r 1040 Van Ness At 
" Ira mfrs aEt 833 Market r 1369 Hvde 
" Josephine A (wid John D) r 130 Silver Av 
" Julius (Rebecca) r 3569 WashinEton 
" Mayo G (Elsie) (Sanitary Products Co) rill 

11th Av 
" Sol r 327 Locust 
'• Sophie widow r 2635, 21st 
Abrahm Benj (Dorothy) (Meyer Cloak & Suit 
Co) r 1426 Fulton 
" Henry phys r 1428 Fulton 
" Sanil (Sadie) (Karsky & Abrahm) r 165, 18th 
"Shelly (Rena) saussEemfr r leiOa Larkin 
" H embroiderer Cohen Dress Co r 1084 Mc- 
Allister 
" Morris r 1053 Bush 
Abram I H salsn r 845 Buchanan 
" Isidore M (Flora) (Monarch MfK Co) r 1619 

Fulton 
" John r 11 Taylor 
" MadEe r 1283 Octavia 
" Wm R 1263 Octavia 
Abramopoulos Chrlstos A phys Fhelan Bide r 

640 Eddy 
Abramovitz Saml (Paulina) furniture 1062 Mc- 
Allister r 1056 McAllister 
Abramowitz Jos L 2dhd clothlnB 190, 4th r 935 

McAllister 
ABRAUS see also Abraham, Ahimhams and Ab- 
rahm 
" Abraham tailor 828 Irving 
" Abraham news aet r 903 Divlsadero 
" Albert phys r 2135 Sacramento 
•' Alma Mrs r 285, 17th Av 
" Amelia (wid Jonas) r 1445 Buchanan 
" Annie widow r 1940 Leavenworth 
" Arthur L salsn No Percentase Drug Co r 1717 

Bush 
" Auguste (wid Abraham) r 1449 O'Farrell 
" Beatrice pub steno 105 Montomery r 805 

Bush 
" Belle elk r 805 Bush 

" Bernard elk L Dinkelspiel Co r 1717 Bush 
" Bertha (wid David) r 1890 Broadway 
ABRAMS CO. THE, J L Abrarns gen nigr. cloth- 
ing for men and women, 51 Stockton, tel 
Sutter 5115 
" Clara M with H M Abrams Co r 1000 Sutter 
" Edgar (Jessie) elk r 1407 Hyde 
" Edith Mrs r 829 Corbett' Av 
" Blsa L artist r 648 Ashbury 
" Emanuel chauffr r 17 College Av 
" Fannie cashr O'Connor Moffatt & Co r 1150 

O'Farrell 
" Geo ironwkr r 903 Divisadero 
" Gus (Gussie) drug sundries (304 Mission r 

1679 Broderick 
" Harry (Eva) carp r 134 Hale 
" Harry (Florence) brakemn r 1677 Fulton 
" Henry M (Mae) (Henry M Abrams Co) r 

433 Powell 
" Henry M Co (H M Abrams) whol jewelers 

209 Post 
" Hilda A r 262 Andover 
" Hyman capmkr r 17 College 
" Isadore H salsn Met Bedding Mfg Co r S45 

Buchanan 
" Jacob L (Belle) gen mgr Abrams Co r 563 

10th Av 
'■ Jas D bkpr Shell Co r 648 Ashbury 
" Jas E (Maria) barber r 40 Bessie 
"Jas S bkpr r 648 Ashbury 
" John salsn r 790 Page 
" Jos candies 1651 Fillmore r 86 Fair Oaks 
" Jos elk r 903 Divisadero 
" Jos grocer r 358 Frederick 
" Jos mfrs agt Phelan Bldg 
" Julius r 358 Frederick 
" Julius real est r 78 Fair Oaks 
" Keve r 1836 Folsom 
" Leo elk r 358 Frederick 
" Llllie elk r 1445 Buchanan 
ABRAMS LOUIS (Fannie) pres Metropolitan 
Bedding Co, r 845 Buchanan 
" Louis (Helen) (Zeidler & Abrams) r 2101 

Hayes 
" Louis v-pres U S Faucet Co r 3508 Sacra- 
mento 
" M L Co (M L Abrams S M Waterman) 

jobbers leather goods 833 Market 
" Mannie niiich r 17 College 
" Margaret bkpr r 1940 Leavenworth 
" Afargaret (wid John) r 825 Cole 



ABRAMS 
" Marion (wid Oscar) r 253 Carl 
" Marion J elk r 648 Ashbun- 
" Mathllde J artist r 1829 Hyde 
" Max (Fannie) dept mgr Rosenthals r 1446 

Jackson 
" Max (Minnie) salsn H>-man & BernHtein r 

512n Clement 
" Minna (wid Bernhard) r 574, 26th Av 
" Morris (Annie) mer r 2153 Sacramento 
" Morris salsn Hippodrome Cigar Co r 11 Jones 
" Morris (Rose) tailor r 1717 Bush 
" Moses L (Hannah) (,M L Abrams & Co) 833 

Market r 830 Sutter 
" Nat B (Rose) acct r 486 Hayes 
" Nathau (Evelyn) underwear 52 Sansome r 

209, 10th Av 
" Nicholas (Ruth) mgr Western Agencies Co 

r 423. 15th Av 
" P C r 641 O'Farrell 

" Phoebe Mrs asst buyer Willards r 956 Post 
" Ralph r 1S50 Polk 

" Ray (wid Lippman) r 903 Divisadero 
" Robt B (Caroline) salsn r 1685 Page 
" Ruben salsn r 1836 Folsom 
•' Saml elk R & L Myers r 1150 Sanchez 
" Saml W (Birdie El salsn Rosenthals r 1327 

Masonic 
" Sidney H (Maydee) Ins r 4 Sloat Blvd 
" Slgmund tailor Phelan Bldg r 240 O'Farrell 
" Sophia A tchr pub school r 1690 Broadway 
■■ .Sylvain S bkpr r 2135 Sacramento 
" Tillie Mrs elk r 121. 12th Av 
" Walter S (Ida M) real est 648 Ashbury 
" Wm (Gladys) r 268. 22d Av 
" Winifred B Mrs elk Goldwyn DIst Corp r 

378 Golden Gate Av 
" Z fr Plate r 526 Ellis 
" Zelda bkpr Smoot Mfg Co r 845 Buchanan 
Abraniskv Ella r 1201 Gough 
ABRAMSON see also Abrahamson 
" Adoiph bridgemu r 253. 3rd 
" Annie Mrs 2dhd goods 281, 6th 
" Harry (Lena) tailor r 1565 Scott 
" Pearl N (wid Edw) r 811 Baker 
" Reuben (Annie) cabtmkr r 261. 6th 
Abras Roger (Maria) barber 2220 Union r 2524 

Clay 
Abrato Jos (Rose) prop Hotel de Paris 801 

Vallejo 
" Jos waiter r 912 Jackson 
" Louis (Colombo) lino opr r 1804 Grant Av 
" Louis refreshments 1028 Kearny 
Abrazzini Ernest (Rosa) r 681 San Bruno 
Abrego Abdel S elk SP Co r 233 Lake 

" Alma r 1225, 17th Av 
Abreo Manuel D eng SFiT) r 1331, 19th Av 
Abreu Joaquin S (Anna I cabtmkr r 4263. 22d 
" Jos with Bedlick-Newman Co r 4283. 22d 
Abriol Rutino surgeon US Im Serv r 605 Mont- 
gomery 
Abruzzo Michele (Theresa) tailor 737 Cortland 

av r 410 Teddy Av 
Absalson Porftrio (Julia) clgarmkr r 347 Pros- 
pect Av 
Abshire Xavia bkpr L R Coplin & Bro r 1623 

McAllister 
Absolute Auto Lock 225 Market 
Abt Morlz (Louise) grocer 1499, 9th Av 
" Wm (Rose) conftr r 1356 Sacramento 
Abunz Angelina (wid Manuel) r 1728 Stelner 
Acacia Apartments 1160 Taylor and 1700 (iold- 

en Gate Av 
Academy Building 356 Pine 
" of Sciences GG Park 

" of the Immaculate Conception 1214 Guerrero 
" of the Sacred Heart 2700 Jackson 
Acalin Jeremiah (Gerbich & AcalinI r 48 Gari- 
baldi 
Acanthus Apartments 120 Pierce 
ACASON MOTOR SALES CO. Dan Gilkey pres, 
R W Brown v-pres, G R Munkers sec- 
treas. Acason trucks. 39 Van Ness Av. tel 
Market 2323 
Acciarl F r 1465 Grant At 

Accordo Frank lab Cal Supply Co r 135'^ Val- 
paraiso 
Accornero Clement (Rose) lab r 913. 22d 
" J hipr McCormick Bros r 125 Park 
" Renatto (Marie) molder r 125 Park 
" Wm lab r 125 Park 
ACCOUNTING MACHINE CO INC, "Ci-ntury" 
Adding and Calculating Machines .Monad- 
nock Bldg. 
Accurath Wm (Pac Hair Goods Co) r 2140 

Pierce 
Aced May (wid Henry) r 841 Union 
ACEDA CO, mineral water 36 Beldeman 
Aceret Emil (Katherine) forenm r 717 Baker 

" Herbert shirtctr r 717 Baker 
ACETYLENE APPLIANCE MANUFACTURING 
CO. oxy-acetylene welding and cutting 
torches, "A A" braitd gent-iators for light- 
ing and cooking, welding accessories and 
fluxes, 306, 1st nr Webster, tel Oakland 
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ACETYLENE 

" WeldInK Works 1803 Mission 
Aceres Narclso D (Anna) r 2320 Sutter 
Acevs Arthur (Annel carp r 433 Elizalwtb 
ACH see also Asch and Ashe 

■• Henry (Jnllal ntty 5+4 Market r 1000 Sutter 
Achard Ohas S with Bauk of California N A r 
1(!3. 7th Av 
" Elizabeth I E sec Cjtus Pelrce 4 Co r 163 

7th At 
" Maud with Merc Nat Bant of SP r 103. 7th 

Av 
" Wm L salsn Wltzel & Baker r 710 Ellis 
ACHESOK see Aitchison, Atchinson. Atchison 
and Atkinson 
" B Mrs r 1573 Washington 
" Clara L Mrs r 780 Fell 
Achenbach Moore S (Hazel J) with H K 

MeCann Co r 1236 Washlneton 
Achstetter Anton (Clara) cabtmkr r 61 Morse 

" Edw plastr r Gl Morse 
Achtman T r 971 Mission 
AchtenlchU C G r 1740 Polk 
Aclmovlch Louis (Florentine) Com 515 Mont- 
gomery 
Ackel Edw (Effle) barber r 255. 5th Av 
•■ Jas tailor 427 Clement 
Ackcnhell Mitchel (Heel r 876 Waller 

" Peter fireman SFFD r 876 Waller 
ACKEB see Aker 
" Claire ene r 1602 Bush 
" Franz (Johanna! tailor 227 Fillmore 
'■ Lois E elk Fed Res Back r 2429 Vallejo 
ACKER NICHOLAS A, patent atty, U8 Post, r 
Oakland 
" Saml A (Maty K) ODtician r 476 Noe 
" Wm (Annie) auto mech r 1078 Golden Gate 

At 
" Wm (Marjraret) watcltunn r 1254 Mont- 

Komery 
" & Totten (N A Acker H A Totten) patent 
attys 68 Post 
Ackerland Chas A (Lena L) barber r 189 Cres- 
cent Av 
ACKERMAM see Akerman 
•■ Agnes (wid Carl) r 505a Shotwell 
•• Albert D (Lulu) r 4843. 17th 
" AugTist elk AVells Fargo Nev Xat Bank r 

Berkeley 
" Bridget (wId Jacob) r 222 Diamond 
■■ Caroline (wid Aleut) r 29 RIvoll 
•' Chas P elk r 2738 Folsom 
'■ Chas H (Elizabeth) seanm r 2738 Folsom 
■• Chas H salsn A Carlisle & Co r Kentlield 
■' E R Mrs r Cl"t Hotel 
■■ Frank G r 2380 Brjant 
" Fred W acct J O Sully & Co r 29 RivoU 
" Geo elk SO Co r 521 Post 
■' Geo with SF Hospital 

" Geo W salsn Am Indemnity Ex r 1350 Pine 
" Hans mach r 109 Whittier 
'* Harry J salsn r 286 Farallones 
" Henrietta Mrs r 1369 Hyde 
" Irving C (Gertrude) (Ackermau & Oppen- 

hoim) r 2201 Van Ness Av 
" Isidore S (Matilda) r 2454 Broadway 
" Jas A (Mlnta) r 2973 Jackson 
" John (Rosa) lab r 230 Shotwell 
" John A (Mary M) cooper r 716 GIrard 
" John D atty 45 Kearny r Oakland 
" John P carp r 3912 Folsom 
" Julia Mrs r 1618 Broderick 
ACKERMAN LLOYD S (Sloss Ackormnn & 
Bradley), atty. Mills Bide, r 3300 Washlne- 
ton 
" Louis sec Ple'n Whistle r 3300 Washing- 
ton 
" Marguerite A r 154 Alpine Ter 
•' Martin (Ella) cond r 408a Clement 
" Maurice M elk Tillman & Bendel r 222 Dia- 
mond 
" Nellie nub steno 681 Market 
" Oscar B bkbndr r 727 Capp 
" Robt L asst mgr Arnsteln Simon & Co r 

Argonaut Club 
" S r 1000 Sutter 

" Saml J treas D N & E Walter r Alameda 
" S E r 111 Taylor 
" Wm B (Mary) (Dictating Machine Co) r 

1353. 23d At 
" Wm O salsn r 29 RIvoll 
" & Harris agts Loew Inc 281 OTarrcll 
" & Oppenhelm (I C Ackerman M Oppeo- 
heim) attys 2S1 O'Farrell 
Ackermnnn Albert wntchmn r 2505 Brvnnt 
■• Anton (Aivina) malster r 803 Clavton 
" Fred (Nellie) salsn r 220 Valencia 
ACKERSON see Acheson. Atchison. Atchinson 
and Atkinson 
" Anno W Mra steno Truscon Steel Co r 440 

Geary 
" Chas H (Maude) elk r 899 Oak 
" Katherlnc A (wId Wm W) r 1243 Masonic 
Av 



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" LIbhie I wid Robt) r 2fi7b. 10th 

" Mary E widow r 1925 Gough 

" Saml P sec B F Sturtevant Co r Alameda 
Acklyn Blanche widow r 46 Julian Av 
ACKHAN see Akmann 
Acme A?nbulance Co 2570 Bush 

" Auto Supply Co 891 Valencia 

■• Distributing Co 2491 Mission 

ACME ENGINE COMPANY 

Jas S Hawkins pres, C C Kriemler v-pres, 
G A Feldman sec, Richard Froboese chief 
en^, marine and stationary eas and oil 
eng:ines, office and plant 163 Main, tel 
Sutter 3626 (See Faee 89) 

" Garage 424 Stanyan 

'* Grocery Co 2848 Mission 

*• Hardwood Floor Co 1144 Sutter 

" Hotel 819 Mission 

" Import & Export Co 4C1 Market 

" Investment Co 785 Market 

" Land Co 624 California 

ACME LAW AND COLLECTION 

AGENCY, C D Good mgr. personal collec- 
tions by bonded collectors, competent legal 
department for commercial law, 948 Market 
(over Bank of Italy) tel Kearny 1338 (See 
Page 74) 
ACME LOAN CO, C O Drake genl mgr, 819 

Chronicle Bldg. tel Sutter U639 
ACME LUMBER CO, redwood and pine lumber, 
office and yard, 6th and Channel, tel 
Sutter 6170 
" Machine Works 19 Tehama 
" Mfg Co cotton goods 154 Sutter 
" Manufacturing Works 060 Turk 
" Motor Truck Agency 145 Hayes 
" Xut Co 1149a Divlsadero 
ACME PACKING CORPORATION OF CAL., W 
E Pemberton v-pres-mgr, packers of canned 
meats, jellies and preserves, canned fruits, 
512, 2d at Bryant, tel Douglas 2396 
" Paper Box Co 68 Fremont 
" Photo Engraving Co 259 Minna 
" Planing Mill 1907 Bryant 
" Radiator & Fender Works Otto Rastorfer 

prop 608 Van Ness At 
" Safety Window & Screen Co 77 O'Farrell 
" Steel Goods 209 California 
" Theatre 1249 Stockton 
*' Therapeutics 1005 Market 
" Transfer & Storage Co 329 O'Farrell 
" White Lead & Color Works 1484 Market 
" Window Cleaning Co 1005 Mission 
Aeosta Cosme D (Hortense) prop La Bonita 
Theatre r 419, 20th At 
" Ella (wid Bernabe) r 945 Golden Gate At 
'* Francisca r 1322 Taylor 
" Frank cook r 1555 Mason 
" Fernando (IsabeH lab r 273 Green 
" Geo r 939 Ellis 
" Isaac lab r 239. 3d 
" Pedro r 939 Ellis 
Acousticon Co Monadnock Bide 
AcaulotI Henry lab r 936 Columbus At 
AcQWIstapnce Eugene lab UI ^Vks r 920 Mont- 
gomery 
" Lugi lab TJI Wks r 920 Montgomery 
ACRES see Akers 
Acropolis Pete candies 2105 Fillmore r 2254 

California 
Actis Jos T (Mary) lab r 279 Munich 
" Chas (Mathilda) car repr r 538 Munich 
" Louis (RIgassio) lab r 630 Athens 
Acton Adjusting & Collection Agency 1005 Mar- 
ket 
" Albert T bkpr r 1043 Pierce 
" Arthur (Mabel) lab r 22 Linda 
" Ed^iln G (Rlchrd Acton & Son) r 1365 

Valencia 
" Geo W (Gertrude) v-pres Frank Howard 

Allen Co r 756, 24th AT 
" Herbert M (Margaret G) Acton Adjusting St 

Collection Agcy r 763 Clayton 
" J r 945 Larkln 

" John B (Edith) collr r 1043 Pierce 
" Martin J lab US Customs r Berkeley 
" Rlchrd (Mary) Rlchrd Acton & Son) r 1365 

Valencia 
" Rlchrd & Son (R and B) harness 1367 Va- 
lencia 
" Rlchd S draftsmn H H Meyers r 945 Larkln 
ACTON WILLIAM B (Lillian), atty at law. 
1020 Merchants Exch Bide, tel Sutter 2725. 
r 86. 35th Av 
Ada .\partments 2647 Mission 
Adagio Jos butcher 2064 Powell r 337 Union 
Adair Alice steno r 70. 0th Av 
•• Alex (Daisy) rigger r 1050 Dellnro 
" Anna E tchr Pub School r 1740 Sacramento 
" Chas H (Lena) phys r 1307, 2d Av 

! E (Emily) mar one r 1.19 Divlsadero 
Mrs (wid Geo O) r 327 I'arnassus 



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BATTERY STREET AT JACKSON, SAN FRANCISCO 



ADAIR 
•• Emella (wid Wm) r 378, 31st At 
" Harold dentist Flood Bide r 175 San 

Leandro "Way 
" Jos janitor r 1103 Lacuna 
" Leslie G (Juanita) mfK agt 461 Market r 

346 Bocana 
" Louise (wid Benj C) r 32 DwlRht 
" R P salsn r 62 Turk 
" RoUo elk Proctor & Gamble r TJICA 
" Wm H (Clara M) druKRist r 175 San 

Leandro "Way 
Adalon Apartments 1778 Mission 
Adam A L elk PO r San Anselmo 
•• Anton W (Ida) steward r 16 Cumberland 
" August J (Mary) lndJ^vkr r 3032 Stelner 
" Bert Godair Mrs tchr music r 403 Clayton 
" Chas H (Erna) driver r 75 Pearl 
" Geo (Alice D) phys r 1403 Hyde 
" Building 114 Sansome 
" Harry elk Matson Nnv Co r Berkeley 
'■ Henry r 1147 Polaom 
" Herman (Freda) v-pres Cal Card Mfe Co 

r 370 Parnassus Av 
" -Hill Co (P M Adam F L HllU mfrs aets 

96, 9tll 
" Jas G T (Margaret) blksmith r 3508, 26th 
" Jean J tchr French r 1S51 Leavenworth 
" John r 495 Valencia 
" John (Clara) eng r 1757 Howard 
" John B (Mary) mach r 1767 Geary 
" Jos A (Berta) caretaker r 403 Clayton 
" Peter M (Adam-HllI Co) r Oakland 
" Rlchd (Elsie) salsn Cal Jewelrv Co r 3919 

19th 
ADAM EOBT A. mgr Potrero Branch Anglo- 
California Trust Co. r 734 Bush 
" Tnbea (wid Robt) r 199 Joost Av 
ADAM'S LADIES AND GENTS TAILOR, suits 

mode to order, cleaning and pressing, 

1510 Hyde, tel Franklin 8954 
Adamee V r 528 Kearny 
ADAMI see Adamy and Adema 
" Aurelio Janitor SP Co Bldg r 009 Greenwich 
" Chas H plumber 2272 Union 
" Geo H appr r 4188. 23d 
" Henry W photostat onr Bd Pub Wks r 4168 

23d 
" Katherine (wid Philip) r 1321 Quesada At 
" Jlary (wid John) r 2272 Union 
" Ralph whsemn M Getz & Co 
" Walter ironwkr r 1321 (Juesada At 
" Wm (Marv) ship^^T^ght r 1091 York 
" Wm J electn r 4168. 23d 
Adamich Jos tailor r 2115 Bush 
Adamls Jos (Clotilda) cook r 1180 Broadway 

" Manlio mach r 1180 Broadway 
Adams A salsn J H Newbauer & Co r 340 Eddy 
" A Mrs elk r 1563 Lyon 
" A A foremn URB r 27 Parsons 
" Albert shoemkr r 3551. 24th 
" Albert R (Adeline M) foremn r 1335 

O'Farrell 
" Alex elk r 193. 4th 
" Alex W asst mgr Kelley-Clarke Co r ■1478 

Funston Av 
" Alfred (Elizabeth) electn r 670. 19th At 
" Alfred A (Geneva) printer r 261. 23d At 
" Alonzo W (Sarnie M) carp r 571 Eureka 
" Amanda J (wid John Q) r 41 Parsons 
" Anna B steno r 1637 Larkin 
ADAMS ANNETTE A, U S Atty (Northern 

District of Cal). 405 Post Office Bldg. 

r 95. 5th Av 
" Anton (Ida) waiter r 3366. 19th 
" Archibald H mgr Autographic Register Co 

of SF r Alameda 
" Arthur C cashr Cal Brewing Assn r 360 Fair 

" Arthur J (Margaret) mech r 448 Diamond 

" Arthur J (Adele) r 053. 10th Av 
ADAMS-BALCOM CO. magnesia coverings and 
minerals. 700 Call Bldg. tel Sutter 5020 

" Benj H (Viola) mech r 334 Park 

" Bert A Janitor r 271. 6th 

" Bertha (wid John) r 18 Caselli At 

" Bessie Mrs r 1270. 4th Av 

" Building 180 Sutter 

" Burton W pres Adams Lbr Co r Berkeley 

" C r 1668 Market 

•' Carl G (Daisy) refreshments r 349 Minna 

" Carl G (Orpha M) with Douglas Fir Ex- 
ploitation & Export Co r 3543 Sacramento 

" Caroline Mrs r 2889 Folsom 

" C B musician r 170, 6th At 

" F r 149, 3d 

ADAMS C F CO, J Price itgr. Credit Clothing. 
2070 Mission, tel Park 3907 

" C Frank salsn T A Strobrldee r 300 Penn- 
sylvania 

" Chas lab r 975 Harrison 

" Chas mach r 2168 Union 

" Chas steward r 235 CFarrell 



ADAMS CHARLES ALBERT (Margaret) 
(Adams & Adams) atty-at-law, 1016-1018 
Humboldt Bank Bldg, tel Douglas 226, r 
2;^()0 Jackson 
•■ Chas (Edna) r 29 Ford 
ADAMS CHARLES F (Agnes K) atty-at-law, 
1606 Glaus SpreckeU Bldg, 703 Market, tel 
nnuglas 238. r 4253. 18th 
" Chas F r 300 Pennsylvania 
'■ Chas F salsn r 511. 18th Av 
" Chas F Jr salsn r 300 Pennsylvania 
" Chas G (Edna) carp r 29 Ford 
" Chas H mgr Berry Bros r Oakland 
" Chas H fOllve) with Merchants Exchange 

r 129. 24th Av 
" Chas H dep US Internal Rev r 3459. 16th 
"CHS messgr Am Ry Ex Co r Oakland 
" Chas J (Lou) (Union Bond Co) r 225 Ellis 
" Chas J (Robbin) auto repr r 577. 3d Av 
" (mas W (Marjore) foreman r 1025 Brunswick 
•■ Chas W janitor r 547 MjTtle 
" Chris (Ruth M) cond r 616 Shrader 
•■ C J r 830 Powell 
" Clara A tchr r 1436 Union 
'■ Clara L (wid Chas) r 1634 Waller 
" Claude E salsn Cunningham Car Agency r 

S35 O'Farrell 
" Claude F bkpr McNab & Smith r 147 Lex- 
ington 
" Claude O (Grace) steward r 1849 Page 
" Cliff elk Cal Pkg Corp r San Anselmo 
'■ Clyde mtrmn URR r 3308 Mission 
"Co 46 Kearny 
" Conrad (Anna) shoemkr 3601, 18th Av r 

1457 Geary 
" Cosmopolitan School Eddy bet Polk and Van 



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" Deborah widow r 1770 Pacific At 

" Doris stenog State Motor Vehicle Dept r 
Oakland 

" E Mrs r 439 Jones 

" Edmond R salsn Osgood & Howell r Berke- 
ley 

" Edson pres Edson Adams Co r Piedmont 

" Edson Co mfrs agts 140 Geary 

'• Edson P (Elizabeth W) r 2140 Broadway 

" Edw (Jane) Ironwkr r 1191 Guerrero 

" Edw (Vernelle) riveter r 1 Dawson PI 

" Edw P r 954 Ashbury 

" Edw F salsn White Bros r 4725, 17th At 

" Edw M (Lena) atty r 2731 Pine 

" Edw R (Agnes) printer r 125 Eureka 

" Edw S elk SP Co r 860 Geary 

" B H r 411 CFarrell 

" B H driver r 157 Bills 

" Eliza A (wid Robt J) r 637. 3d Av 

" Eliza A (wid Alfred W) nurse r 1218. 6th Av 

" Elizabeth (wid Jacobs) r 360 Fair Oaks 

" Elizabeth r 2140 Broadway 

" Elizabeth H widow r 107 Ocean At 

" Elizabeth S asst mgr Gregg Pub Co r 1770 
Pacific Av 

" Ellen J (wid Herman B) r 2321. 15th 

" Elmer (Cjrace) mach r 1380 Sanchez 

" Emil A elk r 1251, 12th Av 

" Ernest (Kate) grocer 1044 Folsom r 11 
Cleveland 

" Erneat H (Louise) Reed & Barton silver- 
ware 150 Post r 151. 24th Av 

" Ethel R r 456 Athens 

" Etta widow r 730 Powell 

" Eulalie elk r 87 Pair Oaks 

" Fannie Mrs elk r 640 Hyde 

" Fidelia (wid John A) r 132 Llppard 

" Prank printer r 320 Valencia 

" Frank C (Catherine A) carp 1434 Hyde 

" Prank D (Mj-rtle) roofer r 760 Larkin 

" Prank E (Emma) elk r 2546 Post 

" Prank E elk SO Co r Oakland 

" Frank P (Mary H) real est r 2069 Golden 
Gate Av 

" Fred cook r 959 Webster 

" Fredk (Annie) cutter r 348 Dolores 

" Fredk A supt Simpson & Fisher r Oakland 

" Fredk R salsn W A Plummer Mfg Co r 
Oakland 

" Fred T elk Pac SS Co r 720 Cole 

" P T r 800 Aahburv 

" Geo carp r 360 Wilde 

" Geo mach r 730 Powell 

" Geo mach r 1898 Haight 

•' Geo C eng r 3852. 19th At 

" Geo E salsn M Sehwarz r 1508 Jackson 

" Geo P r 1011 Washington 

" Geo F drftsmn r 2059 (Jolden Gate At 

" Geo I (.iletha) (Excelsior Press) r 115 
Ocean At 

" Geo M elk r 1587 Page 

" Geo P with Grand Lodge of Masons Masonic 
Temple 

" Geo P (Catherine) adjuster 605 Sansome r 
3031. 21i!t 

" Geo R purch agt Union Lum Co r 2727 
I'lerce 

" Geo W r 766 Sutter 

" Geo W mach Penman Garage r 1434 Hyde 



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ADAMS 
" Geo W with ICS r 1735 Pine 
■• G Graham r 247 Granville Way 
" c H tiniekpr I'caiuik Motor Sales Oe r 475 

32(1 Av 
'■ Gideon J (Annie A) elk r 2696 Bu«h 
'■ Grace Mrs r 918 Paclflc 
" Gustave chaiiffr r 3221. 20th 
*' Gustave salen r 837 Alvarado 
" Gustave P (Amalla) brewer r 40 Colllnirtrood 
" G Ward (Adams & Co) r 76fi Sutter 
" II A Mrs with Bankers & Shippers Ins Co 

r 1190 Pine 
" Harriet L bkpr Sanborn Map Co r 465. 32d Av 
" Harry lab r 1 Dawson PI 
" Harry A (Jennie) cooper r 1821 Alabama 
■■ Harry B Christian Scientist 133 Geary 
" Harry E (Florence) supt r 9 Scott 
" Harry G elk r 1324 Jackson 
" Harry H elk r 2432 Mission 
" Harry R cond r 1005 Powell 
" Hattle Mrs r 1221 Union 
•• Helen D (wld Geo M) r 1274, 8th Av 
" Helen G Mrs r 1883 Oak 
" Henry r 2934 Fillmore 
" Henry P mfrs act 210 Post r Alameda 
" Henry P (Pearl) r 81. 6th Av 
" Herbert B (Zaidee) elk r 1239. 7th Av 
•• Hiram elk r 541 Washlneton 
•■ H J (Isahell) tllestr r 640 Turk 
" Horace T pres-mfrr Kamsworth Elec Wks r 

Oakland 
" Hotel 391 Leavenworth 
" Howard printer r 315 Van Ness At 
" Howard A elk r 1701 Kranklln 
" H W dep Sheriff r 917 Folsom 
■■ Implement & EnRlne Co 538 Front 
" Isabel r 700 Cabriilo 
" Irene (wid Alonzo) r 1122 Naples 
" Irene C stenoK r 2696 Bush 
" Isaac (Ida) barber 1020 Buchanan r 1508 

Jackson 
•• J r 20 Frnnklln 
" J r 495 Valencia 
" Jas A (Rosa B) (Bne & Adams) r 615 Lake 

View Av 
" Jas A l^on^vk^ 2703a Mission 
" Jas B elk Fed Res Bank r 795 Pine 
■ Jas D atty 465 California r 440 Bddy 

• Jas H antiques 1033 McAllister 

• Jas J elk URR r 805 Ashbury 

" Jas W (Mary W) electn 668 Castro 

" Jane A elk Wells Fareo Nev Nat Bank r 
Berkeley 

" Jay r 51 Turk 

" Jerome L r 571 McAlister 

" Jewett W r 1122 Powell 

" J L r 571 McAllister 

" John (Mary) r 142 Sears Av 

'* John chauffr r Star Hotel 

" John lab r 336 Clementina 

" John salsn Nathan-Dohrmann r 1056 Fulton 

" John A (Marie) auto repr 1935 Mission r 
38a Shotwell 

" John A (Marie) chauffr r 1045 York 

" John B elk Cal Pkg Corp r Berkeley 

" John F elk r 4253. 18th 

" John H eond r 2900 California 

•• John H (Flossie) printer r 880. 38th Av 

" John M (Louisa N) pipeftr r 169 Ocean Av 

" John Q lab r 456 Athens 

" John R salsn r 1474 Sacramento 

" John S r 2795 Clay 

" Jos (Irene) coolt r 1137 Folsom 

" Jos A (Annie M) Indj-wkr r 766. 5th At 

■• Jos L (Grace K) eatekpr r 2306 Webster 

•• K C r 1216 8th Av 

•• Laura E (wld Geo) r 124 Fillmore 

'• Lawrence J elk SP Co r 2768. 22d 

" Leland D consultlni; ene 485 California r 
Oakland 

" Leroy driver r 110 Santa Marina 

" Leslie r 620. 4th Av 

" Lester H storekpr Chlcafro Pneumatic Tool 
Co r 342 Grant Av 

" Loula O (Frances L) asst sec r 736 Leaven- 
worth 

" Luclle nurse r 2312 Clay 

" Lucy F prln Balboa School 1436 Union 

" Luke W Rev (Ellen T) pastor Catholic Apoa- 
tolie Church, r 4725. 17th 

" Lumber Co 1 MontKOmery 

" Luther M (Elsie) chiropractor 1095 Market 
r 533 Franklin 

" Lvdia F (wld Chas) r 291 ChattanoOKB 

• M Mrs r 1319 Stevenson 

" .Manson R (Adams & West) r Berkeley 

" Marnaret (wld John) r 250 Colerldjce 

" Marearct Mrs r 219 Shotwell 

" Mariraret Mrs r 1301 Bosworth 

" Mnrsaret r 2708. 22d 

■' Marearet .\ (wld John) r 2718 Bryant 

" Marian r ft.'i4 Ashbury 

•• Marietta (wld Harvey) r 237 Bosworth 

" Martha (wid John) r 110 Santa Marina 

•• Martha Mrs elk r 1217 Waller 



ADAMS 
" .Martha J (wld Jas) r 314 Laituna 
•• Mary buyer City of I'aris r 520 Shrader 
" Mary (wid Ixirenso) r 3528. 19th 
" Mary A stenoe r 2768. 22d 
" Mary E r 10.34 Waller 
" Mary S (wld .Voel) r 1478 Funston At 
•' Max (Marian D) salsn r 431, 24th At 
" Sfaymme bkpr C L Hoffman r 432 Geary 
" M H sec PorterviUe Masneslte Co of Cal r 

Plaza Hotel 
" Michael J (Annie) candies 757 Post 
•• M>Ttle widow r 38 Elsie 
" Nathan mfr r 119 Lyon 
" Nathan picture frames 743 Ijirkin r 1251 

12th Av 
" Nellie r 3459. 16th 
'• Nelson J r 1587 Page 
'• Nelson Jr elk r 1587 Paee 
" Nicholas dispatcher URR Co r 4275. 24th 
" Nora E stenoi; Beckman & Linden r 346 Sut- 
ter 
" O mach 2911. 16th 
" Olive B Ins 129. 24th Av 
" O R elk Royal Ins Co r Sausallto 
" Orvlile D chf elk Hercules Powder Co r 

Berkeley 
" Oscar barber r 74 Turk 
" Oscar renovators 122. 10th 
" Oscar A (Mvrtle A) foreman r 27 Parsons 
■' Oswald r 3528. 19th 
" Otto (Ida) painter r 39. 27th 
" Parley (Beverly) printer with Call r 1918 

15th 
" Paul (Sophie) shipwkr r 403 Amazon At 
•' Pearl Mrs r 2037 Turk 
" Perry adv r 1918, 15th 
" Philip (Louise) pressmn r 1340 Shafter At 
•' Ralph H (Hazel) photocr r 3481, 22d 
" RajTnond J electn r 456 Athens 
" Raymond W elk r 3528. 19th 
" RIehd (Vivo) mech r 1223, 44th Av 
" RIchd H r 2703a Mission 
" Bobbin Mrs nurse 577. 3d Av 
" Robt asst auditor SP Co r Oakland 
" Robt elk r 1165 O'Farreii 
" Robt mach r 2911. 16th 
" Robt (Mary E) mach r 3484, 18th 
" Robt salsn r 730 Powell 
'* Robt tmstr r 705 Broadway 
ASAHS ROBEBT A, mgr Potrero Branch Anglo- 
Cal Trust Co. r Oakland 
*' Robt D mining 74 New Montgomery r 2164 

Hyde 
" Robt J (Gertrude) r 87 Fair Oaks 
" Roger V mfrs agt 58 Sutter r Berkeley 
" Bussell B r 134. 11th At 
" Sadie E Insp US Customs r 562 Sutter 
" Saml (Emma) driver r 35 Brunswick 
" Saml (Glenn) eng SP Co r 527. 21st Av 
" Saml (Margaret) ship\»Tlght r 250. 28th 
" Saml J (Sophia) agt r 2232 California 
" School Eddy nr Van Ness Av 
" Schwab & Adams (W W Adams) grain 519 

California 
•' S T r 353 Van Ness Av 
" Stella (wld Newell) r 571 Capp 
" Susan A r 1436 Union 
" Thos r 4124 Judah 
" Verna nurse r 348 Dolores 
" Vira V Mrs r 834 Urbano Drive 
" W Co sausages 1084 Howard 
" Wallace civ eng 58 Sutter r Oakland 
" Walter r 1434 Hyde 
" Walter P (Jewel D) (Adams Imp & Eng Co) 

r 43 Ramona 
"WE carp Malloye & Co r 2889 Folsom 
" Wenzel (Katie) (W Adams Co) 1084 Howard 
•' W Gale r 1524 Jackson 
" Wm brakeman r 4.^9 Jones 
" Wm elk SP Co r 35 Brunswick 
ADAMS WILLIAM, general Insurance broker. 

423 Kenrnv. tel Kearny 1437. r Oakland 
" Wm shoemkr r 3730. 20th 
" Wm (Vernla) lab r 568 Natoma 
" TTm A decorator r 1356 Mason 
" Wm C r 1587 Page 
" Wm E driver r 3014 California 
" Wm F (Hilda) director Cal Brewing Asso 

r 364 Fair Oaks 
" Wm F driver r 456 Athens 
" Wm H (Sarah) elev opr r 3793. 16th 
" Wm J (Bertha) mtrmn r 803 .Morse 
" Wm M (Reckon & Adams) r 28 Dorland 
" Wm S salsn Langley & Michaels Co p Oak- 
land 
" Wm S (Mary) wtcbmn SP Co r 1386, 12th 

Av 
■' Wm T elk R.VS r 2057. 15th 
'* Wm W (Marie-Louise) Adams Schwab & 

Adams r 03. 6th Av 
" Wm W Ironwkr r 88c Stlllman 
" Wm W mln eng Mills lUdg 
ADAMS W R (Clara A) dept nigr Mangrum & 

Otter, r 015. ICth Av 
" Zehdial B (.Matilda) r 620. 4th Av 



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ADAMS & ADAMS (Charles Albert AduniB) 
attys-at-law. lOlG-1018 Humboldt Bank 
BldB. tcl Douclas 225 
" & Humphreys (C F Adams C W Humphreys) 

attys T03 Market 
" & West IM P Adams E L West) tailors 
101 Post 
Adamson Augxist (Hilba) bollermkr r 772 Noe 
•• Chas W stamps Phelan Bide r 459. 17th Av 
" Eino elk Crane O. r S Latona 
" Bulalla r 1176 Fulton 
•' Frances (wld Rlchd) r 1176 Pulton 
" Hannah (wid Andrew) r 511 Edlnbureh 
•■ Janet widow r 3C67, 2l8t 
" Mary widow r 1127 O'Farrell 
" OlRa M typist r 8 Latona 
" Peter (Kate) watchmn r 2104 Folsom 
" Peter niach r 369 Anza 

" Peter F (Florence M) molder r 285 Rich- 
land Av 
" Rlchd clothlnc 184. 3d r 1176 Fulton 
" Robt r 811 Turk 
" Robt elk r 1176 Fulton 
" .Sarah bkpr r 511 Edinburgh 
" Sophie (wid Martin) r 8 Latona 
" Wm P (Verda) musician r 1622 Bush 
ADAMY see also Adami 

•• Wm A (L Orrene) can-er r 4487. 23d 
Adcock Chas E (Agnes S) bkpr r 573. 10th Av 
" .John T elk r 922d Valencia 
•' Lucy C (wld Robt) r 523, 5th Av 
" Russell J elk r 2282%. 15th 
■' Wm r 2282%. 15th 
Addams Wm electn r 87. 3d 
Adderley Ellen r 1463 Sacramento 
" Florence stenopr Al G Paulkner Co r 1463 

Sacramento 
'• Harriet r 1463 Sacramento 
" Stanley (Florence) salsn r 1379. 5th Av 
Adderson Cecil molder r 1990 Folsom 
" Geo W (Grace A) consulting eng r 1262 
Clayton 
Addicott Edwin J student r 1333 Waller 
•■ Jas E (Ottilia K) prin Pub School 1333 
Waller 
Addlego Jos (Madeline) bootblk r 1048 Oak 
'• Pedro (Marie) bootblk r 666 Madrid 
" Salvatore lab r 1242 Kearny 
" Saml r 740 Broadway 
Addimando Caesar musician r Columbia Hotel 
" Gaetano M A (Annie) (Addimando & Recca) 

r 1046 Mason 
" & Recca (G M A Addimando B Recca) 
barbers 89. 5th 
Addlngton Henry T mach r 47 Brice Ter 
Addis Thos phys Lane Hospital r Sausalito 
Addison Apartments 1421 Hyde 
" Geo foreman Main Iron Wks r Alameda 
" Jas H (Catherine) salsn r 724 Mason 
" Mary E (wld Stephen) r 1704 Filbert 
" Neta widow r 1423 Laguna 
ADDISON THOS. Pacific Coast mgr Genl Elec 

Co. Rlalto Bide, r Berkeley 
Addleman John J painter r 241. 6th 
" Jos A (Esther) mgr Wright-Dltson-Vlctor Co 
r 539. 15th Av 
Addlestone Pred (Sarah) (Merchants Parcel 
Del) r 475 Turk 
" Herman (Annie) (Addlestone & Rosenberg) 

r 1665 Sutter 
" Jacob (Rose) Merchants Parcel Del Co r 580 

McAllister 
" & Rosenberg (H Addlestone Max Rosenberg) 
tailors 160. 6th 
Addock J patrolmn Morse Detective and Patrol 
Service r 635 Montgomery 

ADDRESSERPRESS THE 

J Hovis rep, 114 
(See page 7). 

ADDRESSOGRAFH CO. 

H S Crocker Co Inc. Pacific Coast Agents, 
66S-671 Market, tel Douglass 6800 
Ade Geo W r 1357 Clay 

" Pauline (wid Jos) r 80 Webster 
Adee Jane (wld Henry C) r 1227. 42d At 
Adel Irwin elk SP Co r 1325 Halght 
Adelaide Hotel 5 Adelaide 
Adelberg Karl A (Rose) r 792. 46th Av 
Adeler Ross H chauffr r 1130 Howard 
Aden Angelo (Angela) cook r 26 Neptune 
Adeline Apartments (MO Eddy 
Adelle Apartments 1137 Bush 
Adelphlan Apartments 820 O'Parrell 
Adelsdorfer Ernest bkpr Saml Ran r Kentfleld 

■• Ida (wld Jos) r 2268 Jackson 

" John C mfr aet 717 Market r 1605 Gough 

" Johanna r 2507 Pine 

" Louis (Tire Sole Sales Co) r 1605 Gough 
Adelseck Frank M (Pearl) ins r 344 Ellis 
Adclsohn Abraham r 538 Pine 
Adelson Albert jeweler 1152b Market r 483 Ful- 
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Adulal.Mn Uciiry .S (.1 
Pulton 

" Louis (Charlotte) salsn r 1287 Arguello Ulvd 

" Max (Lena) mattressmkr r 623 Redwood 

" Meyer mattressmkr r 174 Henry 

■' Saml tchr music r 1834 Baker 
Adelt Burton (Alice) chauffr r 2301 Polk 
Aden Catherina (wld Henry J) r 348a. 2d Av 
Adena Hotel 144 O'Parrell 
Ader Pred elk PMSS Co r Alameda 
Aderholt Annie sec Powell & Dow r 20 Monroe 
Ades Albert elk Saul Ades r 1418 Larkin 

" Saul (Sultana) oifr 153 Kearny and laces 

253 Geary r 570, 9th Av 
Adet Emile solr State Life Ins r 2642 Hyde 
Adge Ernest V (Anna) eng r 22 Woodward 

" Lelacid H driver 306b Bartlett 

" Louis P (Mary) (iremn r 306b Barlctt 
Adjuster The (monthly) 311 California 
ADKINS see also Atkins 

•■ Allicrt r 459. 20th Av 

■' BenJ mgr J H Remkk & Co r Daly City 

" Clara G Mrs nurse r 46 Farren 

■' Jacob (Mary) eng r 459. 26th Av 

•■ Percy L elk SP Co r 490 Geary 
Adkisson Saml D (Nellie) (Cos & Adklsson) r 

1040 Mason 
Adler A A Mrs (wld Aaron) (Adler Sanatorium) 
r 1590 Broadway 

" Albert P (Lacy) sec Pacific Peed Co r 3284 
Jackson 

" Albert S phys r 1059 Webster 

" Arnold r 275 O'Parrell 

" Benj salsn Mlchalitschke Bros & Co 

■' Bertha Mrs r 7G4 Treat Av 

" Chas bkpr SO Co r Oakland 

" Chas D (Johanna) elk r 2 Genessee 
ADLEB COLLEGL&N CLOTHES, Al H Clay- 
b\irch mgr. 210 Pacific Bide, tcl Douglas 
4388 

" David r 472 Duboce Av 

" Ella (wid Herman) r 1677 Sacramento 

" Eugenia tchr music r 3962 Sacramento 

" Gavle T (wid Siemun) r 465 Central Av 

" Gussie Mrs r 959 Powell 

" Homer L salsn Nat Shirt Co r 990 Geary 

" Howard F phvs 240 Stockton 

" Hyman (Fannie) (Adler Mfg Co) 985 Gold- 
en Gate Av 

" J pkr r 915 Polk 

" J salsn r 439 Jones 

" Jacob L business mgr Call & Post r Palace 
Hotel 

" John ins 234 Pine 

" John S (Jennie) mfrs agt 45 Kearny r 1899 
California 

" Jos (Esther) salsn Charmak & White r 1242 
Polk 

" Louis real estate 214 Front r Berkeley 

" Louis H (Neida) tmstr r 4136, 17th 

" Mfe Co aprons 985 Golden Gate Av 

" Moses (Mabel) violinist 1430 Sacramento 

" N Max propr Bay State Restaurant 275 
O'Parrell 

" P M with Hind Rolph & Co r 930 Taylor 

" Ray C (Babe) chauffr r 837 McAllister 
ADLES SANATORIUM, Mrs A A Adler mgr, 
1590 Broadway, tel Franklin 488 

" Sol with Levey A Lipman r 3962 Sacramento 

" Wm oond M Ry r 501 Laeuna 

" Wm P butcher r 1806 Post 
Adleson H B elk Milton Bradley Co r 74, 6th 
Adlon L Prank (Ella) waiter r 51. 6th 
Admiral Hotel 146 Embarcodero 
ADMINISTKATOE PUBLIC. Phelan Bldg 
Admiral Line ticket office 653 Market 
Adney Robt C J elk US Mint r Alameda 
Adolof Walter r 27b Powers Av 
Adolph Jacob P (Hulda) see J Jl JacobI & Co r 
1282. 23d Av 

" Johanna (wid Julius) r 1278. 23d Av 
Adolphson Annie with S H Tyler & Son. r 222 
Haicht 

" Augustus I (Amy) ener r 241 San Carlos 

" Gustavo nistr mar r 241 San Carlos 
Adou Claude A (Meister & Adou) r 225 Mason 
Adragna Lonntc pkr Cal Supply Co r 854 Lom- 
bard 

" Pietro barber 1183 Columbus Av r 970 Union 

Adrian Apartments 1100 Jackson 
• Hotel 493 Eddy 

" -Reecc music pub 908 Market 

" Wm (Pierre Zncco & Co) r Oakland 

" Wm C elk r 611 Pacific 
Adrlano Jnllen elk r 773 Broadway 
Adriatic Pub Co 110 Columbus At 

" Railroad & Steamship Offlcp 110 Colimibus Av 

Adslcy Frank K (Florence E) chauffr r 4:i0 
Presidio At 

ADVANCE-RUMELY THRESH- 



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ADVERTISING ART STTTDIOS (W S O'Connor. 
Bobt E Lee, J A Taylor) advertising 
artists and Illustrators. 604 Flatlron Bldg. 
S44 Market, tel Douglas 4S8 
" Assn of San Francisco Talace Hotel 
" Service Co Chronicle Bldg 
" Speclaltj- Co 1280 Turk 
Advisory Pardon Board of Gal Ferry Bide 
Acbll Paul A (May) Janitor r 2640 Lyon 
Aegerter Harry (.S Evalyn) r 1247 Bush 
" Martha (wid Chas) r 1247 Bush 
" S Evalyn Mrs dressmkr 1102 Sutter r 1247 
Bush 
Aehnllch Paul (EmlUe) electa r 1920 Golden 

Gate Av 
Aclls Albert chauffr r 1144 Larkln 

" Paul chauffr r 1144 Larkln 
Aello Victor r 3226 San Jose Av 
Aeolian Co Sherman Clay Bide 
Aeollan-Vocallon Co The 455 Mission 
Aeppll Jess (AuRusta) bollermkr r 2321 Folsom 
Acr Herman C (Lizzie) seanm r 3468, 16th 
Aerial Apartments 888 Waller 
AERHOTOR CO. pumps, windmills and gasoline 

enRlnes. 45 Madison nr 1st. Oakland 
Aero Alarm Co 461 Market 
Aerts Desire molder r 2049 Mission 
Aeschbach Wm with Int Banking Corp r ArllnK- 

ton Hotel 
Aetna Apartments 1410 Taylor 

" BldK 3,33 Pine 
AETNA CASUALTY & SURETY CO. J R Mo- 
lonv mcr, 333 Pine 
■' Hotel 1617 Pine 
" Insurance Co Marine Dept 340 California 

AETNA INSURANCE CO. 

(of Hartford, Conn) W H Breeding, genl 
agt, fire, marine and automobile insurance, 
219-221 Sansome 
AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO, Accidental and 
Llahllltv Dept. 333 Pine 

AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

(Hartford, Conn) life dept, E H Lostock 
Grogorr. genl agt. 8th floor Monadnock 
Bldg. tel Sutter 331 
" Mills 7th & Berry 
Afendras John elk r 763b Kansas 
Aff Louis W (Louise) auto repr 50. 8th r 641 

O'Farrell 
Affeldt Jessie H (wld Emll) stenog r 1152 Eddy 
Affiliated Catholic Charities 995 Market 
" Colleges (Dept of University of Cal) Parnas- 
sus Av bet Arguello Blvd and 3d Av 
Affleck Ellen (wld Wm) r 174 Palrmount 

" Peter lab r 466 Brannan 
Affoiter Bros butchers 141. 3rd 
" Hans A (Marie) auto mech r 41 Duncan 
" Herman F elk r 1601 Treat Av 
" John E (Emma) (Affoiter Bros) r 43 Duncan 
" Jos (Affoiter Bros) beverages 137. 3d r 629 

14th 
" Paul H (Garland & Affoiter) r Oakland 
" Wm (Bertha) butcher r 1601 Treat Av 
Affrachlno Jos (Glnottl & Co) r 4409 Geary 
Aftergood Goo r 1525 Clay 



& Co statistical dept 341 Mtgy 

Aftergut Bernard (Erma) (Aftergut & Son) r 
1260 California 
" B & Son (Bernard and Mai) mfrs agta 

25 Kearny 
" Geo salsn r 1260 California 
" Harry H (Eva) salsn r 10 Felton 
" Max (B Aftergut & Son) r 1260 California 

Afton House 9(M Howard 

Agapoff John (Mary) lab r 813 Carolina 
" Saml riveter r 813 Carolina 

Agar Jns E Ins (Penn Mut Life Ins) r Alameda 
•• John M (Martha M) chauffr r 3506 Mission 

AOARD see Aagard 
" Goo L pub aect 268 Market r Berkeley 
" Nellie A (wld Lawrence M) r 2.300 Jackson 
" Wm A T office 268 Market r Berkeley 

Agassiz School Bartlett and 22d 

Agate Products Co 377 Minna 

Agaton Alexander inap Industrial Ace Com r 
1038 Church 

Agazzl Bartholomew (Jennie) (Agazzl Bros) r 
075 Wisconsin 
" Bros (G and B) refreshments 747 Brannan 
" Giovanni (Agazzl Bros) r 747 Brannan 

Ageo Chas W r 464, 21st Av 

AGENCY COMPANY THE (Inc.) 

Insurance, general managers Guardian 
Fire Insurance Co and agents Republlo 
Casualty Co and Interstate Casualty Co, 
201 Alaska Commercial Bldg. 310 San- 
some, tel Sutter 483 

Agenese Pletro butcher r 124 Jasper PI 

Agcno Steven (Frcdcrlca) driver r 61 Russell 

Agents Novelty Co Pacific Bldg 

AGENZIA FUOAZI (S B Fugazl) Pacific Coast 
mgr French line steamers. 630 Montgom- 
ery, tel Kearny 3049 



Agerup RIchd (Maria S) mstr mar r 91 Debon 
Aggeler Harold G branch mgr WUTel Co r 
1500 Masonic Av 
" Severinus G (Marguerite) r 1500 Masonic At 
Aghem Rosa (wld Bartholomew) r 51 North 
Stanyan 
" Vincent J mach r 51 North Stanyan 
Aghen Eugene r 740 Broadway 
Aglch Paul (Mary) barber r 885 Arguello Blvd 
Aglesten Soters lab r 691 Broadway 
Agmar Harold P painter and decorator r 2602 
Washington 
" Paul painter and decorator 433 California r 
2502 Washington 
Agncsl Pracido tailor r 2 Charlton Ct 
Agnew Arthur H (Beth) cigars 901 Geary r 965 
Geary 
" B Mrs r 926 Larkln 
" Ellen refreshments 640 Bryant 
■• Frank (Maud) with Cal Pac Title Ins Co r 

1739 Washington 
" Frank J agt Northern Assurance Co r Oak- 
land 
" Geo R elk Star Rubber Co of Cal r 20, 12th 
"HE Instr Butler School of Com r Oakland 
" Lillian M Mrs r 3294, 26th 
" Theodore R elk Girvln & Miller r Berkeley 
" Robt R (Garrette & Agnew) r Palo Alto 
" Robt J (Hope E) lab r 329 Wlnfleld At 
" Mary E (wld Thos F) r 2753 (Jolden Gate At 
" John H molder r 1634 Dolores 
" Jas A hlpr r 1634 Dolores 
"WE tailor r 00 East 
" Wm boxmkr r 329 Winfleld At 
" Wm H credit ihgr Hercules Powder Co r 

Berkeley 
" W P phvs 1440 Clement 
Agoff Geo lab r 906 Howard 
Agorastos Christopher elk Bank of Italy r 749 

Polk 
Agostl A r 14 Allen 
" Peter (Annni driver r 1150 Palou At 
" Saml (Romilda) butcher r 14 Allen 
Agostlno Louis (Antoinette) brlcklyr r 610 Green 

" Silvio r 1704 Stockton 
Agra Frank lab r 144 Bernard 
Agrecl Antlo (Gonsolin & Agreci) r 44, 5th 
Agricultural Credit Corp 1 Montgomery 
Agricultural lusurance Co of New Vork Edward 

Brown & Sous genl agts 202 Sausome 
Aguar Jos Lab r 3248 Mission 
Aguayo Antonio with Bank of California N A 
r 878 Eddy 
" Carlos messgr THE FIRST NATIONAL 
BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO r 878 Eddy 
" Ignatius (Josie) printer r 385 San Jose AT 
" Nash B foremn r 833 Kearny 
Agucret Martin (Emily) mech r 957 Broadway 
Aguero Ernesto elk Overseas Agencies 
Agulerre Jose lab r 1070a Washington 
Agulla Fidel (Hefugla) (Agulla & Arias) r 961 
Jackson 
" & Arias (F Agulla R Arias) grocers 923 
Pacific 
Agullar Arturo salsn r 1040 Mason 
"Br 1360 Sutter 
" Marcos finisher r 376 Lexington 
" Minnie C widow lino opr r 1132 Union 
Agnlllard Rlchd janitor r Oakland 
Agulne Camllle A nurse Dept Pub Health r 425 

Hugo 
Agulrre Alex M pharmacist r 2060 Taylor 
" Amadeo (Terminal lab r 1246 Mason 
" Antonio (Elba) lab r 561 Birch 
" August M (ilargaret) (Colombo Market Seed 

Co) r 388, 15th At 
" Camllle A nurse r 425 Hugo 
" Carl P bollermkr r 1225 Laguna 
" Carmen dental elk r 426 Hugo 
" Bsteban (Josefa) r 177a Lexington 
" Francisco (Dlonisla) lab UI r 373 Shotwell 
" Juan M r 426 Hugo 
" Louis M (Cahn Agulrre) r 344 Jones 
" Martin J (Adeline) salsn r 425 Hugo 
" Peter A (Anna J) Interpreter r 1410 Broad- 

Aharonlan Vnlian (Zabel) elctn r 508 Diamond 
AHEARN see also Ahern and Aherne 
" Danl A harness mkr r 312 Liberty 
" Dennis P elk PT&T Co r Lansdale 
" Esther Mrs milliner 1408 Polk r 1207, 19th At 
" Eugene with Harbor Com r 30 Clara 
" Francis (Nora M) mach r 4339, 23rd 
" John with S F Hospital 
" John J (Mary) flrcmn r 719 Elizabeth 
" Jos G Janitor r 611 Noe 
" Wm P (Esther) r 1207. 19th At 
" Wm F auditor London Guar & Ace Co r 
1350 Pine 
Aher Thos E (Mary) salsn r 348. 9th Av 
Ahem Alice D stenog r 2864 Harrison 
" Andrew B (Delia T) cond URR r 68 College 

At 
" Anne C bkpr H O Wllley r 810 Lyon 
" Arthur J (Katherlne) real est 1136 Valencia 
r 128 Lexington 



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^FOR PERMANENCE = 



AHERN 

" Arthur P carrier PO r 926 Alabama 

" C A elk Am Radiator Co r 72 Bartlett 

" Catherine Mrs r 1329 Polsom 

** Cecelia A stenoc r 2854 Harrison 

" Chas elk r 945 Madrid 

" Danl elk LanEley & Michaels Co r 268 Farra- 
lones 

" Danl F elk r 810 Lyon 

" Danl J Insp V S Customs r Oakland 

" David I "watchmn r 7 Seymour 

" David M lab r 72 Bartlett 

'* Dennis J solr r 847 Baker 

" Elizabeth r 530 Sanchez 

" Ellen M (wld Danl J) r 847 Baker 

" B T paperctr r 847 Baker 

" EuKene (Grace) mov picture opr r 374a. 4th 
Av 

" Eueene P (Rose) elk r 1115 Dlvisadcro 

" Francis D Rev asst rector St Mary's Cathe- 
dral r 1100 Franklin 

" Francis J elk SP Co r 945 Madrid 

" Frank A (Belle) editor and pub Coast Shoe 
Reporter r 2059 Market 

" f!eo F (Hazel) elk SP Co r 2192. 15th 

" J Andrew shtrtctr r 425 (jrrove 

" Jas A (Annie) plumber r 425 Grove 

" Jas A tllestr r 810 Lyon 

" Jas B bkpr r 245 Elsie 

" Jeremiah (Mary A) r 2743 McAllister 

" Joanna (wld Timothy) r 1503 Dolores 

" John (Mary A) cementwkr r 178 Dorland 

" John driver r 3377. 26th 

" John painter r 193. 4th 

'* John F (Isabel) asst elk Board Supervisors 
r 425 Duboce Av 

" John F (HattieZ) elev bldr r 410 Hoffman 
Av 

" John F (Theresa) lab r 945 Jtadrld 

-' John J tel opr r 1120 Stanyan 

■" John M r 847 Baker 

■" John M electn r 1750 Mission 

" John P (Marguerite C) elk PT&T Co r 3582 
17th 

" John W tmstr r 3377. 26th 

" Josephine M bkpr Landsberger & Son, r 3377 
20th 

" Julia (Tvid Michael) r 268 Farallones 

" Lillian elk r 2854 Harrison 

" Mary A stenosr r 1120 Stanvan 

" Mary E elk PT&T Co r 1242 Waller 

" Jfarffaret M (wld Maurice J) r 810 Lron 

" Matthew Jr (Elizabeth) lab r 2820 Foisom 

" Maurice (Nellie) lab r 3880; 23d 

•' Maurice L elk r 810 Lyon 

" Michael lab r 268 Farallones 

" Michael (Nora) lab r 704 Moultrie 

" Patk B (Annie) cond r 1486 Dolores 

" Patk E (Alice J) agt r 1120 Stanyan 

*' Ra>Tnond W elk Hibernla Bk r 120 Common- 
wealth Av 

" Richd P elk SP Co r 1120 Stanyan 

'* Thos checker r 249a Duboce Av 

" Thos dep US Internal Rev r 903. 28th 

" Thos (Annie) supt Pac Div SP Co r 129 Com- 
monwealth Av 

'* Thos P r 129 Commonwealth Av 

" yVm (Mary) carp r 926 Alabama 

" Wm erocer r 554 Douclas 

" Wm C elk Macner Bros r 3377. 20th 

" Wm H bottler r 245 Elsie 

" Wm J r 222. 22nd Av 

" Wm J (Ahem & Buick) r 2854 Harrison 

" Wm J bkpr r 1120 Stanyan 

" Wm J elk SP Co r 249a Duboce Av 

" Wm J (Annie) elk r 530 Scott 

'* Wra J pres Ind Trading Co r Olympic Club 

'* Wm J saisn Ford Motor Co r 1503 Dolores 

" Wm J solr Dally News r 132 Parnassus Av 

'• Wm P paver r 322% Clipper 

" & Bulck (W J Ahern J J Bulck) autos 553 
Valencia 
Ahkmann Annie (wld Thos) r 647 ICirkham 

•• Martin C (Gladys) saisn r 1318. 7th Av 
Ahl Chas B traf mer Stone & Webster 58 Sutter 

" Edw A whsemn r 1906 Mission 

" Gustaf E (Marie) eontr r 1237. 2d Av 
Ahlbach A (Zelinda) carp r 21 Landers 

" Jos (Elizabeth M) (Ahlbach & Mayer) r 81 
Dorland 

*' Wm J (Annie) plumber r 63 Diamond 

*' & Mayer (Jos Ahlbach and Chas Mayer) 
plumbers 85 Dorland 
Ahlberc Bearinc Co 1116 Polk 

" Chas (Karin) electn r 030 Mt Vernon Av 
Ahlborn Aucust (Amelia) chef r 1398 Palou Av 

" AuBUSt W (Mae J) enR C Moore & Co r 125 
Clipper 

" Chas H elk r 13 Johnston Av 

'• C J r 1501 Larkin 

" Louise (wld Chas) tchr music 1320 California 

" Lucy (wid Wm) r 197 Downey 

" Robt F elk SP Co r 13 Johnston Av 
AHLERS see also Ehlers 

" Barbara Mrs (wld Herman) r 1055 Plymouth 
Av 



AHLERS 
" Carl C foremn J L Ahlers 4 Co r 378 Golden 

Gate Av 
" Estelle J steno r 1534 Clay 
" Geo chemist r 150 Franklin 

AHLERS H. C. CO. 

J V Rounsefell pres, importers of diamonds 
and precious stones, fine watches, 246 
Post, tel Kearny 4624 

" Henry C (Amelia) Jeweler r 3876 Clay 
" Irene M stenoK r 1534 Clay 

" J Lewis (Ida) (J L Ahlers & Co) r 378 
Golden Gate Av 

" J L & Co (J L Ahlers) dairy produce 426 
Pacifio 

" Lottie D Mrs Indywkr r 38 Abbey 

" Waiter A cond r 1617 Pine 
Ahlert Wm V plumber r 2500 McAllister 
Ahlf Fred cooper r 225 Woolsey 

'• Fred W elk SP Co r Oakland 

*' Henry (Margaret) lab r 1144 Fairfax Av 

" Henry C (Hannah) lab r 1650 McKlnnon Av 

*' Hermann (Adele) carp r 351. 27th Av 

" John P (Mary D) tmstr r 35 Tomasa 

" Walter G elk Crane Co r Berkeley 

" Wm appr r 1144 Fairfax Av 
AHLOREN see Aleren 

" Albert elk SO Co r Berkeley 

" H M elk SO Co r Berkeley 
Ahlin Carl B auto mech r 1975 Sutter 

*' Carl W with A Anderson & Co r Berkeley 

" Julius G (Edna) mstr mar r 3818. 18th 

" K A mstr mar Swaj-ne & Hoyt r Berkeley 
Ahlmen Carl A (Hilda G) carp r 455 Anderson 
Ahlqulst Harold civ enff r 980 Bush 

" VIniar seamn r 82 Perry 

" Wm (Oica) lab r 570 Diamond 
Ahlstrand Berndt W cook r 1485 Florida 

" Chas J timekpr r 1485 Florida 

" Walter H chauffr r 1485 Florida 
Ahlstrom Andrew P (Hilda) lab r 1411 San Bruno 

" Emll maeh Bourret Kirkwood Co 

" F elk WUTel Co r 620 Sutter 
Ahman Amandus (Stephanie) mstr mar r 1027 

Church 
AhnberE Ella Mrs r 472. 3rd 
Ahnden John H (Martha) drftsmn r 358, 3rd Av 
Ahnefeld Henry (Bertha) eontr r 522 Anderson 
Ahnfeld Edw teller Sav Union Bank & Trust 

Co r Oakland 
Ahnlund Francis Rev r 429 Guerrero 
Ahnstrom Axel (Anna) seamn r 222 Bartlett 

" Carl B (Rhoda) lab r 590 Duncan 
Ahonen Emll (Fannie) maeh r 32 Richland Av 
Ahpel Cora (\rid Henry) r 1770 Pacific Av 
Ahrens Albert H chauffr r 2913. 19th 

" Amy A musician r 1575 Washlnerton 

" Anna M (wid Albert) r 846a Capp 

" Anita K stenoff r 846a Capp 

"AW elk Worthinprton Co r 4221 Moraga 

" Bulhvinkel Co (G M Ahrens J D Bullwlnkel) 
refreshments SB cor 1st and Harrison 

" Clara M elk r 4118. 20th 

" Elizabeth (wld Jacob H) r 4118. 20th 

" Fred (Emma) r 162 Onondaca Av 

" Fred J Indywkr r 2913, 10th 

" Freda L (Amelia) watchmn r 1011 Capp 

" Geo (Alice) flremn SFFD r 2803. 16th 

" Geo M (Elsie) (Ahrens Bullwlnkel Co) r 846 
Clayton 

" Geo N (Maude) carrier PO r 1255, 42d Av 

■• Henry r 2643 Foisom 

" Henry T indj-nm r 2913. 19th 

■' Jennie B r 1325 Ellis 

" John H lab r 808 Dolores 

" Jfnbel tchr Pub School r 846 Clayton 

" May A musician r 1575 Washineton 

" Nicholas pres Rococo C3afe 10 Market r Ross 

" Wilkin A (AuKusta) (Ahrens & Steffens) 
r 778 Fulton 

" Wm elk r 846a Capp 

" Wm tmstr r 6 Elizabeth 

" Wm T (Amy C) cabntmkr r 1575 Washington 

•' Wm W carrier PO r 4118. 20th 

■• Willie D raoch r 778 Pulton 
Ahrnke Hans P asst mgr Davis Watklns Mfe 

Co r Piedmont 
Aicardi Adelalda widow r 2242 Larkin 
Alch Calixter messcr r 1050 Gilman At 

" Chas P r 2922 Sacramento 
Aieher A John genl agt Great Northern Ry Co 
r Berkeley 

" Gustave A (Alcher Machine Wks) r 1634 
Stockton 

" Machine Wks 1634 Stockton 
Aichln Hyman ctr r 154 Webster 
Aicloff Theo (Annie) r 69a Boyce 
Aideibcrs Saml (JIutual Bedding Mfg Co) r 1869 

Sutter 
Alello Antonio (Vincenca) r 3236 San Jose Av 

" Domenico dry goods 1821 Powell 

" Sarah (wld Glacino) r 2022 Quesada Av 

" Victor elk r 3236 San Jose Av 







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Alvvi.ll Catcrliia (wld Aiieelo) r I'BS ArKUello 

Illvil 
AlgpltlnKer Co (Inc) fuel and feed 1702 Ellis 
• Kdwln C oik r 1764 Ellis 
•' Edw H (Anna) (AlceltlnEer Ck>) r 17(M Elll» 
Alenir I^o T (Elslel nietnlwkr r 368 dinner 
AIKEN lee also Aitken and Akin 
" Allien <• attv .'i44 Market r 2595 Union 
" Alfred C v-pres-niKr Overseas Tradlnc Co r 
lierkeley 

■ Arthur J (Cola) chauffr r 4172. 23rd 
•' E Mrs r 008 Bnsh 

" Edna with US Naturalization Bureau r Sns 

Chestntlt 
" Edw T miner r 2595 Union 
" O W r 801 Jones 

■ Harold W aect r 556 California 

" Jas II (Kmma) eleetn r 1020 Capp 
•' Maude elk r 788 Grove 

" Nelson P (Garola Bros & Alkln» r Piedmont 
" Wm G (Jean* rep The Lutke Mfc Co 703 
Market r 801 Jones 

Alkens Alex mach r 1146 Mason 

AIKINS BRONTE M, attj . 442 Mills Bldg, tel 
Kearuy 4050. r 2335 PacWc Av 
■' Thos G (Grace) pressmn r 562. 28th At 
■' noht S (Emma C) r 1869 California 

■ Thos G Jr niach r 562. 28th At 

Alkman John S msrr Zumbro Furniture Co r 

Oakland 
Almar John cook r Hotel Glanduja 
Ainsa Dolores C asst sec Henry W Gutte r 
2837 Scott 

" Geo P (Rav) mech r 2937 Scott 

" Jas A (Jane) r 2937 Scott 
Alnslee H H r 3048. 16th 
Aiuslev Apartments (540 Turk 

■• C H elk r 140 Ellis 

" Edmund R URR r 26.34 Pine 

" John lab r 441 Minna 

" Jf W Mrs widow r 2364 Pine 

" Fred (Clara) chauffr r 3265 Sacramento 
AInslle Horace H pharmacist r Altamont Hotel 

•' John contr r 826 Clayton 
AInsworth Apartments 1240 California 

" Aaron (Mary) lab r 4 Mars 

" ChHS T insp 1452 Dlvlsadero 

" Clarence J (Phvllls) mar ene r 908 Hayes 

" Frank (Lucy) elk SP Co r 58 Liberty 

•• Frank H Jr elk SP Co r 2520 Union 

" Frank K chief surgeon SP Co r Bohemian 
Club 

" Fredk W (Katharine) r 1418 Leavenworth 
AIN8W0HTH H B, T-pres Wells Fargo NeTada 
National Bank 

" Howard D (Hazel J) (Freltae & AInsworth) 
r Berkeley 

" Howard S (Jessie) enc r 518. 17th At 

" John C (Sarah) carp r 1452 Dlvlsadero 

" Russell T (Alma) atty City Attorney r 738 
Fell 
Air Compressor and Eouipment Co 65. let 
Compressor Co 228 Fulton 



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AIR REDUCTION SALES COM- 

PANY. Karl L Biackett. Pacific Coast 
sales mpr. mfrs of oxygen. Park At at 
Halleck, EmeryTille. tel Piedmont 263, 
18 Natoma 
Aircraft & Motor Products Co 58 Sutter 
Aird Christian (Gladys) elk r 1502 Castro 
■• Jas C blacksmth r .3573. 16th 
•• Milton B welder r .3250. 2l8t 
Airdale Hotel 649 Jones 
AIREY see also Arey 

■ Wm C (Elizabeth) ens r 1240 McAllister 
AIro Oscar V (Rosle M) senmn r 51 Prospect Av 
Airola Andrew r 184 Vanflewater 
Alroldl Jos (ElvH) painter r 43 Child 
Airway Development and Service Co 433 Cali- 
fornia 
Aisa Bros (H and F) barbers 402. 5th Av 
Aisn Felix (Alsa Bros) r .308. 4th Av 

•■ HlKinio (Alsa Bros) r 308. 4th Av 
Alssn Peter (Teresa) senmn r 377, 11th At 
AITCHISON see also Acheson, Ackerson, Atclii- 
son and Atkinson 
•■ Arthur F (Clara) mlllnin r .3383. 22d 
• Frank M (Tlllle Ml dep r 2367 Pine 
■' Geo (.Mnrv) lab r 143 Victoria 
•■ Geo Jr elk r 143 Victoria 
" Ilarolil piano tuner r 143 Victoria 
" John (Frances) carp r 1457 Sanchez 
" Robt (Leona) chauffr r 1630 Eddy 
" Robt W with Mercantile National Bank of 

S F r 143 Victoria 
" Wni G (Mlcmlel carp r 907'/, Stelner 
AITKEN see also Aiken and Akin 
•■ A E printer r 74. 6lh 
" Allan riveter r 5.52 Texas 
" David L (Emily) Erocer 099 Castro r 4171 
20th 
Aitken Edwin B aalsn r 757 Lyon 
" Frank W (Sara M) (Aitken Glensor Clewe & 
Van Dine) r 828 Canilno Del Mar 



AlTKIvN 

■• Geo J (Mary E) salsn r 1177 Stanyan 

" Geo J Jr mech r 1177 Stanyan 

•■ Glensor Clewe & Van Dine (F W Aitken 
M W Glensor M E Van Dine E Clewe » 
attys) Mills Bide 

" Jaa r 2182 Bush 

" Jaa B (Marearet) auto mech r 381. 19th Av 

•' Jas T (Marearet) atoncctr r 171 Fell 

" Julien M (Myrtle) Indy wkr r 251 Clinton Pk 

" J W r 909 Geary 

" Saml asst foremn US Mint r Alameda 

" Saml W (Dorothy) police r 372 Baker 

" Stanley J (Sarah) carp r 27 Elsie 

" Wm mach r 1029 Franklin 

" Wm B carp r 289 Connecticut 

•' Wm C lab r 1029 Franklin 
Aitkens E B r 1485 Pine 

Alton J S with Cal & Haw Suear Ref Co r 
Alameda 

" Wensley T (Ella) carp r 934 Potrero At 
Aluto Katie (wld Vincent) r 864 Broadway 

" Peter elk r 864 Broadway 
Alzenberp Max (Bessie) embroideries 144 Taylor 

r 1284 Eddy 
AJax DredKlnc Co 240. Ist 

" Fire Enelne Wks 4.33 California 
AJAX FOEGE COMPANY, John D McPherson 
rep. rallwav frog and switch materials, 
sales ofllce 433 California, tel Sutter 4296 

" Foundry 60 Clementina 

" I)Ianufacturlni; Co Louis G Henes rep 75 
Fremont 

" Mercantile Co 507 Mission 

" Rubber Co 530 Golden Gate Av 
Akaclch F F & Co aets 110 Columbus At 

" Frank F (F F Akaclch & Co) pros Adriatic 
Pub Co 110 Columbus Av 
Akard Door Opener Co 4167, 20th 

" Jas H (Mary B) carp r 350 Sanchez 

" John F steamftr r .350 Sanchez 

•• W C supt Schultz Cons Co r 1246 Castro^ 
Akasen Amanda waitress r 444 Tehama 
Akashl J r 1818, 11th Av 
Akerly Anna B Mrs r 1433 Clay 
AKERKAN see Ackerman 
Akers Chas D with US Mint r Berkeley 

•• Eddia Miss elk Heyman-Well Co r 908 
Stanyan 

" Elizabeth tchr Pub School r Berkeley 

•' E W r 1601 Sacramento 

" Frank (Ella) police r 544 Harrison 

" G Dallas mech r 4600 San Bruno At 

" John M (Mary) mgr Raymond Apts r 20 

Franklin 
" Walter W with Great Lakes Bef Co 

'• Willard B stenoc r 451 Diylsadero 
Akeraon Chas H (Maude) telCK opr r 899 Oak 
Akesson Amanda r 81, 9th 
Akin Dora L bkpr r 1459 Jones 

•• Roy (Julia) riveter r 843 Hayes 

" S L buyer Western .Meat Co r 1091 Bush 
Aklns W H r 634 Willow 
Akmann Christine (wld Wm) r 4142. 17th 

" Wm H (Martha) elk r 1801 Church 
Akoni Bessie Sirs r 656 Pacific 
Akoumlne Adolph (Nathalie) tchr music r 1670 
O'Farrell 

" Sophie musician r 1670 O'Farrell 
Akrlmovlch Vincent lab r 727 Howard 
Akselsen Ivar (Anna) niolder r 141 Duboce Av 

" Ivar Jr r 141 Duboce Av 

• Olaf carp r 141 Duboce Av 
Aladdin Studio 220 Post 

Alalmo Jos (Ancle) lab r 2669b Howard 

• Jos F draftsmn 2660b Howard 

" Leo J (Frances) electn r 3392 Army 
Alameda Cafe 7 Market 

■' Express Co 90 Steuart 

" Farms Co 310 Sansome 

•' Perry (SP Co) ft Market 

" Joa V (Helen) salsn r 450 Duboce Av 

" Manuel (Mary) r 375 Naclee At 

" SuRar Co C H Crocker pres 310 Sansome 

" Transportation Co Pier 10 
Alandlla Carlos Instr Butler School of Com r 550 

California 
Alamo Apartments 930 Hayes 
ALAMO FARM LIOHT CO (CaUfomia Hydrau- 
lic Engineering & Supply Co) 70 Fremont 

" Hotel 824 Kearny 

" Market .599 Dlvlsadero 
Alamsky A (Olga) lab r 2236. 22nd 
Aland John (Lena) pastemkr r 758 Athens 
Alanson Alex (Fannie) (Alanson Bros A Co) r 
2017 Jackson 

" Bertram E (Alanson Bros & Co) r 2917 Jack- 
son 

" Bros & Co real est 251 Montgomery 

• Lionel M (Alanson Bros & Co) r 2917 Jackson 
Milton R phva 240 Stockton r 2917 Jackson 



Alarcon J C elk J H Newbauer * Co r San 
Anselmo 
•' Vlcenta r 1044 Jackson 
Alarlo Innozento (Salvatore) poultrj- r 197 Banks 
Alnsin Theresa widow r 581 Arch 



PACIFIC FOUNDRY COMPANY 



18th and Harrison Sts. 



Phone Mission 1105 



lL.G.HENE$WMachiiic Tools 



Alarm Door Knob Co 550 Folsom 
Alary Adolph (Ellen) riveter r 1722 Onkdale At 
Alaska Bonanza Kinc Mininer Co 310 Sansonie 
ALASKA COrriSH CO (iSo) Altifd (Jrtene- 
bauni pres, Heiirv Levi vice-pres and sec. 
15 Stenart 
" Commercial Bldff 310 Sansome 
" Commercial Co 310 Sansome 
" Fisherman's Union 49 Clay 
ALASKA FUR CO. V Belmonte prop, Importers 
and Exporters Furs and Skins, 1121 Fill- 
more, tel West 5910 
" Gold Mines Co Hobart Bide 
■' .Tuneau Gold Mlninc Co Crocker Bide 
" Mexican Gold Mlnine Co JIllls Bide 

ALASKA PACKERS' ASSN 

Henry F Fortmann pres. William Timson 
v-pres. A K Tichenor v-pres, W D Hotts 
sec-treas. Wells Fareo ic Co BldK Sd and 
Mission 
" Pioneer Oil Cn 05 Market 
•• Salmon Co 141 Clny 
" Siberian Pur Co 111 New Monteomery 
■• Steamship Co (18.1 Market 
ALASKA TKEADWELL GOLD MINING CO. 
F W Bradley pres, F A Uanunersmlth 
sec. Mills Bide 
ALASKA UNITED GOLD MINING CO. F W 
Bradley pres. F A Hammersmith sec. Mills 
Bide 
Alaskin Jos (Lena) r 332a Bryant 
Alaux Jean P (McDonald Hotel) r 550 Eddy 
Alba Annie (wid Michael T) r 1263 Mason 
" Antonla widow r 1061 Filbert 
" Henry asmblr r 2520 Ho-s^ard 
ALBACH see Ahlbach 
Alban Stefano lab r 2574. 3rd 
Albano VIncenzo porter r 1046 Pacific 
Albany Hotel 187 3rd 
Albarella John (Jennie) lab r 17 Francis 

" Jos (Rose) barber 2391 Folsom r same 
Albedl Marie M (wId Armand) r 2966 California 
Albee A Lincoln (Fannie) lab r 222 Praetie 
" Edmund F (Anna R) ship joiner r 166a Carl 
" L Henri (Rosella) with PT&T Co r 2853 

Sacramento 
'• Ward H stokr SPPD r 10 Napier 
"WE adv dept M J Brandenstein & Co r 810 
O'FarrcU 
Albemarle Apartments 375 Eddy 
Aiber Ralph painter r 504 Paee 
Albera Anton (Mary) watchmn r 1062 Missis- 
sippi 
Alherda Nicholas baker 2767. 21st r 2408 Howard 
Albere Josephine M barber r 1003 Laeuna 
Alberelll Frank (Alberelli & Co) r 1060 Ala- 
bama 
" & Co (F Alberelli M Lenordini G Garibaldi) 
fruits 2304 Mission 
Albere Ernest A (Irene) lab r 30 Rincon 
Alberger Chas R bkpr A O Stein r 2205 Sacra- 
mento 
" Wm C consultine eng Call Bide r 2205 Sac- 
ramento 
Alberlci Abel (Elizabeth) dry goods 1345 Stock- 
ton r 1122 Pacific 
" ilhert elk r 868 Union 
" Aneelo (Irene) lab r 22 St Rose's Av 
" B mach r 511 Anderson 
'* Demetrio (Catarinn) r 21i20 Greenwich 
" Frank T dry coods .3400 Mission r 833 Son 

Jose Av 
•• Geo driver r 2131 Union 
" lacopo lab r 20 Harris PI 
" Olinto r 868 Union 
" Peter J (Jennie) mach r 1246 Union 
•■ Roht J butcher r 868 Union 
ALBERS see Alners 
■■ Albert W (Frances) lab r 1121 Kansas 

ALBERS BROS. MILLING CO. 

office 332 Pine, cereal dept Bay and 

Taylor, mills, dock and wareliouse Oakland 

Mole, ft of 7th St 
" Edna bknr SO Co r 2S18 Bush 
" Frances Mrs elk r 1121 Kansas 
" Frank (Gertrude) mer Albers Bros Mllllni; 

Co r 2325 Van Ness Ay 
" Gustave elk Anelo-Califomia Trust Co r 1634 

Leavenworth 
" Herman r 2818 Bush 
*' John erocer 1698 Sanchez 
" Jas B (Zoe) salsn r 1445 Mason 
*' Myrtle cashr AVilev B Allen Co r Oakland 
'■ R W r 150 Guerrero 
" & Co fuel 2786 California 
Albert Aenes (wid Jas) r 4316. 25*h 
" Alex mach r 284. 4th 
" Alfred (Marie) cond r 78 Gladys 
" Apartments 2027 Hvde 
" Caesar (Harriet) lab r 61Vj Hallam 
" Caesar H (Virelnia) hlpr r 831 Russia At 
" Carl (Kuniciiwide) r 1300 Hayes 
" Cello (Sadie) lab r 512 Missouri 
" Chas (Eliza) mach r 514 Munich 



ALBERT 

" Chas office 233 Post r Larksimr 

" CjTus J mer Cleveland l*neumatlc Tool Co 
r Berkeley 

" David acct C A Hooper & Co r Oakland 

" Edw sueanvkr r 284, 4th 

" E J r 1156 Broadway 

" Elsa tchr r 1733 Oak 
" Franc H jeweler 13B7 Haleht r 671 Ashbury 

" Frances P stenog r 1733 Oak 

" Hannah elk r 44 Bronte 

" Hem-y C mfe jeweler Phelan Bide r 071 
Ashbury 

" Herman (Frances) r 1733 Oak 

■■ Hotel 293. 4th 

" HjTnan (Ernestine) elazler r 44 Bronte 

" Jacob B salsn Kemp Aecy r 2406 Howard 

" Jas E mach r 3947. 18th 

" John (Mary) mach r 1118 Goueh 

" Jos N r 531 Anderson 

" Leo lab r 44 Bronte 

•• Morris (Dora) tailor 455 Ellis 

" Nicholas (Eliie) elk r 531 Anderson 

" Pike Memorial Temple 1859 (Jeary 

■ Rlalto B elk r 2406 Howard 

" Robert lab r 175. 6th 

" Saml designer r 161 Central At 

•■ Wm r 352 Taylor 

•■ Wm with S F Hospital 
Alberta Apartments 866 Post 
Albertazzi E janitor r 127 Connecticut 
Alberti Aueust elk r 1068 Howard 

" Domenico A dentist 212 Stockton r 643. 4th 

Av 
" Edw r 101 Freclon 

" F J Distributing Co mfts agts 94 Golden 
Gate At 

■' Francisco J (Rosina) (F J Alberti Distribut- 
ine Co) r 543. 4th At 

" Geo F (Kitty) aet Atlas Assurance O) r 726 
Clayton 

" Jos mech r 1141 Folsom 

" Lawrence B (Margaret R) salsn W H Wor- 
den Co r 1031 Broderlck 

" Oliver musician r 2329 Mission 
Alberticri Vincent (Celcstina) (Ishernifln r 2031 

Powell 
-\lbertoIl Augustine Mrs prop Rex Apts r 1150 
Powell 

" John (Augustine) mach r 1150 Powell 
ALBEKTON REALTY CO (Ino) THE, A E Cohn 

pres, 817 Hearst Bldg. tel Kearny 260S 
Albertos Ernest r 551 Kearny 
.VIberts Carl r 1300 Hayes 

" Fred L (Helen J) cond r 234 Wlliard 

'* Herman C (Katherine) ong r 805 Amazon At 

" Jas R (Geneva) electn r 619 Moscow 
Albertson Edwin E (Katherine A) editor Call r 
Piedmont 

" Geo A (Delia) carp r 319 Capitol At 

•' Howard G (Elsie) Ironwkr r 139 Hugo 

" John S cond r 2582. 3rd 
Albertuzzi Felice lab r 125 Connecticut 
Albin Anna J Mrs nurse r 1047 Franklin 

" C Van (Anna) salsn Weinstock Nichols Co 
r 1047 Franklin 

" Leon H r 403. 32d Av 

" Louis (Ellen) r 2618 22d 

" Rubin (Albin & Steinberg) r 971 Mission 

" Shirl D mtrmn r 1214 Polk 

" & Steinberg (R Albin L Steinberg) tea house 
1508 Ellis 
Alblni Emile blksmlth r 1255 Pacific 

" Lillian F hairdresser 1356 Pacific r 1255 
Pacific 

" Maria (wid Vincent) r 1255 Pacific 
Albinson Alfred H (Mary J) r 1702 McAllister 
Albion Apartments 108-120 Albion 
ALBION LUMBER CO, Theo Lerch sales mgr. 
mfrs Redwood lumber. 1501 Hobart Bldg, 
tel Garfield 644 
Albioni Silvio r 22 Edith PI 
Alblsettl E steward r 1038 Pine 
ALBORN see Ahlbom 

" Fred r 2020 Howard 
Albora Martin (Tomasa) r 1513 Mason 

" Rudolph dep Tax Collr r 305 Lombard 
Alborough Ida G Mrs (Esmond's) 253 Grant Av 
Albot F eng r 146 McAllister 
Albouze Marie Mrs r 2409 Sacramento 
Albrecht Albert (Ruth) r 1277. 7th Av 

" Catherine (vi-id Frcdk) r 183 Page 

" Dorothy r 1111 Pine 

" Edw J (Katherine) barber r 380 Waller 

" Evelvn M Mrs buver O'Connor Moffatt & Co 
r 1111 Pine 

" Francis P (May) Int Rev Agt r 1277. 7th Av 

•' Fred mach r 344. 4th 

■' Fredk W (Irene) driver r 135 Diamond 

" Geo W (Anna) Iwxmkr r 262 Harold At 

" Herman painter r 3444. 18th 

" Hugo (Marie) cond r 18 Delgado PI 

" Jas W pkr r 338 Girard 

" Lilv Mrs r 310 Post 

" Margaret C finisher r 3.38 Girard 

■' STkhael (Esther) hlpr r 338 Girard 




See « 4 a 

PAGE 119 



The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. 

TEL. SUTTER 333 



-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS 767-769 Mission St, 




"Plaster 
Board" 



Central 

Coal 

Co. 

Kearny 2647 



HiHeat 

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PROMPT DELIVERY 
A TON OR 
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4 3 

California St. 



SEE PAGE 71 



DETECTIVES 

WEST COAST AGENCY 

SUITE 439 PACIFIC BLDC. „ .„ ( ■«. t.ilu U60 

THOS. C. GRAY, Gsn'l Mfr. i Rei. Sittef 3720 



OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 

LICENSED - BONDED 

Charges Reasonable 

EtUbllilKd 187S C«iiullati<t FREE 

Business Strictly Confidential 



ALBRECHT 

" Raynold A messfrr SO Co r Larkspur 

" Wm F BBlsn r 6736 Mission 
Albrechtson L Christian (EUa) auto painter 

r 1883 Church 
Albrcfczcnakl Annie (wld John) r 32^ Belcher 

•• Kilw J (Catherine) barber r 380 Waller 

" John carp r 32^ Belcher 
Albrett Jus (Minnie) steaniftr r 2370 Mission 
Albrleht Archibald D elk r 81 Ord 

" Carson A r 1030 Sacramento 

■' Dorothy elk MnnKrum & Otter r 1111 Pine 

■' Elwood M supt Hochner Art Service, r 
Palo Alto 

" Frank itlassblr r 2370 Mission 
■ Freda (wld Roht) r 81 Ord Ct 

" Geo cutter r 2745 Mission 

• H r 47 Noe 

" H Oliver (Gertrude P) nier Paul Elder & 

Co r 737 Buciia Vista Av 
" Jas F with Am Ry Ex r Alameda 
" Lewis H salsn r 1030 Sacramento 
" Mabel E elk O'Connor Moftatt & Co r 

Berkeley 
■' Maybelle elk r 1240 Bush 
'* Oliver bkpr Wells Farco Nevada National 

Bank r Oakland 
" Hobt F (Edna) coremkr r 540 Eureka 
" Wm A (Olea) lab r 221 Vi. 29th 
Albrltton T C r 161 Ellis 

Albro John P elk US Customs r 1533 Sutter 
Alburtus Alex tailor r 344. 3rd 
Albury Ernest ^ elk r 1132 Alabama 

• Fred G (Christine) molder r 3174, 25th 
•' Fredk G molder r 3174. 25th 

" Geo (Florence) mach r 3488. 18th 

" Kobt (Alice) foremn r 3407. 19th 
Alby Harriet typist r 478. 35th Av 
Alcalde Alfonso (Josephine) contr r 443 Lombard 

" Gold Mines Co 57 Post 
Alcalay Jacob (Ernestine) clears 393 Hayes 
Alcantara Eusebio lab r 1204 Stockton 
Alcaraz Albert r 2190 Sutter 
Alcayaca Alfred A (Annie) mech r 173 Randall 
Alcazar Hotel 326 O'Farrell 

" Improvement Co 350 Post 

" Theatre 258 O'Farrell 
Alchera Emli with L Malvino r Roma Hotel 
Alchln Carolyn r 641 O'Farrell 
Alcla Apartments 1849 Pace 
Alclatl EuKene janitor r 1827 Powell 

" Secondo r 22 Grover Pi 
Alclyde Apartments 300 Hyde 
Alco Apartments 697 Guerrero and 1650 Clay 

" Julian H Christian Scientist 1507 California 

" Mary (wld Herman) Christian Scientist r 
1507 California 
ALCO TAXICAB CO, Wm J Gallogher Co props. 

«23 Grove, tel Franklin 123 
Alcouffe Celestln (PelaKle) tanner r 1781 Oak- 
dale Av 
Aldana Enrique M (Lucie) phys r 1703 Jackson 
Alda Hotel 420 Kearny 
Aldana Apartments 2927 Sacramento 

" Arthur elk r 1357 Scott 

" Enrique S (Carmen) elk W R Grace & Co 
r 1861 Scott 

" Joaquin S (Maria A) elk W R Grace & Co 
r 420 BroderleU 
Aldav Adolph (Mary) r 403 Harrison 
Alden Albert H (Nora) pkr r 50 Regent 

" Annie (wld Isaac K) r 248. 16th Av 

" Bertram F (Leonle) phys 126 Post r 1071 
race 

" Carl G r 149. 3d 

" Chas (Christine) Janitor r 4339. 19th 

•' Edw J mech r 1020 Hayes 

" Gus butcher r 1773. 15th 

" Herbert O (MarRuerite) dftsn G W Kelham 
1.336 Shrader 

" Holt W dentist r 1840 Green 

" John W (Martha D) dept mcr Willys-Over- 
land Pac Co r 147 Alnm 

" Lloyd elk r 1020 Hayes 

" Max leather (roods 525 Market r 2268 Jackson 

■■ Oliver (Hilda) act r 173 Grattan 

" Saml satsn Marshall Newell Sup Co r Ala- 
niedn 

" Saml B (Mary) r 1020 Hayes 

■■ Sith F (Helen) mrr r 1904 Broadway 

■■ Wni lab r .37 Columbus Av 
ALDENHAOEN WM O. sec-treas AVcstcrn Pipe 
& Steel Co of Cal. 444 Market, r 1409 
Lyon 
Aldenhuven John r 1288 McAllister 
Alder Clias W pkr r 227 Pierce 
Aldera Jos with Western Meat Co r 373 Arkan- 

Aldercroft Apartments 1134 Hyde 
Alderdlee Mary M (wld Jos) r 1855 Sacramento 
Alderman Clarence O (Delia Ml mach r 86 St 
Marj''8 At 
" Max (Bessie) mach r 52 Dc«rbom 
Alderson Annie E tchr Pub School r 2396 Pacific 



Spots- 



Av 

C Mr.l 



Bush 



ALDERSON FREDK L vpres Ti 
wood Co r Berkeley 

" Harry E (Cordelia) phys 240 Stockton r 2649 
Green 

" John A (Amaranth Bl r .'i.iO Irvlug 

•' John B (Eleanor B) r 1360. 20th Av 

" John W (Annie) carp r 1724a Turk 

" Leslie L with Wlnton Co r IM Valencia 
AldiKe Elolse S stenou Wiley B Allen Co r 640 

Leavenworth 
Aldred Alfred M (Emma J) chauffr r 404 Maple 
Aidrlch Aenes M tch Pub School r 15 West 
Presidio 

" Edw R (Emily J) elk QM Corps USA r 2814 
Sacramento 

*' Emil J (Emma) harnessmkr r 271 Jersey 

" Ethel Mrs r 500 Powell 

•' Fred D (Lizzie) r 1410 Broadway 

" Hotel 439 Jones 

" Jane M Mrs tchr r 573 Edlnbureh 

" Kenneth N (JancM) elk 673 Edlnburch 

" Martin G mach r 028 Ellis 

" Ralph N Inspr SO Co r 1410 Broadway 

" Sabin A (MadKC) (Berry & Aldrich) r 430 
Stelner 

" Stuart (Edith M) cashier PO r -720 Jones 

" Swinton D (United Am Trading Co) r 640 
Post 

" Wm A (Verona) (United Am Trading Co) 
r 5. 3d Av 
Aldrldge A U r 159, 7th 

" Don C broker 381 Bush 
ALDRIDGE EARLE, sec-mgr Graton & Knight 
Mfg Co, 247 Mission, tel Kearny 3576, r 734 
Bush 

" Edw J r 3881. 18th 

" Harold (Lillian) sawmkr r 503 Bartlett 

" Helen (wld I'eter) r 2321 Bryant 

" Milton J sawmkr r 2321 Bryant 

" T Sirs r 1105 Larkln 
Alduenda Jos B elk r 912 Jackson 
Aldunate Pedro mach r 1341 Alabama 
ALSWELL EDWARD C, asst sec Bank of Italy, 

r San Mateo 
Ale John hlpr r 03. 28th 
Aleda Hotel 1457 Geary 

Alegre Albert (Marie) elev opr 1156% Wash- 
ington 
Alegretti Clorlnda r 1648 Great Highway 
Alegrla Luis sec (Thrift Inc) r Oakland 
Alemlte Lubricator Co 624 Van Ness Av 
Alenberg Claus elk r 402 Broadway 
Aleo John (Lena) whsemn r 2G5e Clara 
AlessandrelU Raffaelle restaurant 240 Columbus 

At. r 916 Pacific 
Aiessandro Alex elk Jas P Arata r 645 Broadway 

" J r 1550 Polk 

" Jos (Antoinette) elk r 645 Broadway 
Alesslo Giuseppe (Clementina) grocer 808 Bryant 
r 14 Fargo Pi 

" Louis (Adeie) tailor r 21 Theresa 

" Silvio (Cesarlna) baking 1024 Powell, r 7 
Kent 
Alesson Geo (Bertha) mach r 3327. 25th 
Aleto Otero miner r 666 Green 
Alex Gust lab r 05a Clara 
Alexander A r 1255 Clay 

" Abraham printer r 336 Connecticut 

" Abraham J (Isabelle) much r 1056 Cole 

" Abraham S (Sarah) mgr r 580 Mc-llllster 

" Adolph elk Lesser Bros Co r 1045 Post 

" Agnes JI buyer City of Paris r 112 Edna 

" Alex r 239, 3d 

" Alfred H mattressmkr r 1928a Golden Gate 
At 

" Aniosa L (Agnes H) biksmith r 2110 DlTlsa- 
dero 

" Amasa R r 2110 Divlsadero 

" Amy Mrs r 2763 McAllister 

*' Apartments 500, 7th At 

" Apartments W96 Golden Gate At 

" Arabelle B (wid Jos) r 41 Lyon 

" Archie A sampler r 2168 Sutter 

" Arthur F (Antoinette) pressman r 714, 16th 
At 

" Augusta M with Bank of Cal N A r Berkeley 

" Aylmer H r 151, 8th At 

" B Tearle (Alexander & Tonjes) 833 Market 

•• B A fruits 1192 Market 

** Bernlce nurse r 1423 Sacramento 

•' Bertha (wld Walter) r 17 Noe 

" C r 1000 Sutter 

" Bros carpet cleaning 219 San Bruno At 

" Catherine widow r 44 Stillman 

" Cecil E lab r 852 Irving 

" Cella (wld Manuel) r l»28a Golden Gate At 

" Center G (Louise M ) carpetlj-r r 85 Dehon 

" C H dept mgr Anglo & London Paris Nat 
Bank r 734 Bush 

" Chus hlpr r 1255 ClnT 

" Chas waiter r 1632 Mason 

" Chas A (Emily) solsn r 239a Webster 

" Chas F carpet cleaning r 1028a Golden Gate 
At 

" Chas M (Elizabeth) foremn r 3582 California 



ACCOUNTANTS & AUDITORS 



Stevens & Jose 

973 MONAPNOCK BLDG. . «uoin • investiqations • 

TELEPHONE KEARNY 796 lUtlNESS SmEMS • INCOME TAX UATEMENTS 



WESTERN STEEL & ENGIINEERIIVO CO. 

FILTRATION ENGINEERS 

ONITCD PLATE AND FRAME KELLY ANO SWCETLANO PRESSURE FILTERS 
AMERICAN VACUUM FILTER "bEAVER" BRAND DRILL STEEL DUROLOIO GRINDING BALLS 

35 MONTGOMERY ST. (SEE PAGE 83) TEL. SUTTER 6720 



ALEX-4NDER 
" Clarence D (Lillie) dalrymn r 1105 Lacuna 
" Clifford actor r 800 Gearj- 
" Co decorators 830 Market 
" Constance H r 2311 Broadway 
" Constantino (Ray) Krocer 2443 California 
"DC salsn Cyrus Peirce & Co r Burllneame 
" Dixie elk Butterick Pub Co r 1U5. 7th 
" Earle R cUc MerKenthaler Lino Co r 3310 

California 
" Earle G (Maurine) (Alexander & LavensOQ) 
r Piedmont 
ALEXANDER E C, electric vibratory bath vio- 
let ray and massacre parlors, formerly Bo- 
hemian Club Masseur Room. 31H Douglas 
Bldg. 908 Market, tel Kearny 5144 
" Edgar W oculist 135 Stockton r San Kafael 
" Edw elk r 17 Noe 
" Edw A (Minnie) salsn r 42C. 22d Av 
" Edw C (Anna E) printer 3808, 17th 
" Edw H elk r 60. 7th 
" Edith M Mrs r 1165 Turk 
" Edwin A dentist Flood Bide r 2340 Union 
" E E elk J W Suffecoal r 237, 3d 
'* Egbert elk Am Trading Co r Los Altos 
" Elizabeth Mrs r 3582 California 
" Elmer J hlpr r 3823 Armv 
ALEXANDER ERNEST R (Marie) asst cashier 
The Anglo ic London Paris National Bank, 
r 1228 Grove 
" Frank janitor r 259. 7th 
" Frieda sec John O Dresser r 576. 15th Av 
" Geo M salsn A Schwartz r 1070 Pine 
" Geo P salsn Pac Pipe Co r Berkeley 
" Geo R (Blanche) salsn r 641a Capp 
" Geo W (Birdie) tailor r 75 CaselU Av 
" Gladys dressmkr r 910 Montgomery 
" Gotha (wid Ellas) r 93 Cowden 
" Grant Y (Alexander & Martens) r 216, 4th 

Av 
•• Granville W (Elizabeth) r 2843 Green 
" i.;us mar eng r 757 Natoma 
■• G W r 2414 Webster 
ALEXANDER HAMILTON INSTITUTE, Jas 
A Gorman and John E Golden rep, 305 
Crocker Bldg. tel Douglas 907 
" Harriet widow r 1333a Powell 
" Harry clothing mfr 518 Market r 3478 Clay 
" Harry (Grace) Reliable Auto Parts & Sup- 
ply Co) r 878 Turk 
** Harry waiter r 21 Wayne PI 
" H C elk r YMCA 

" Henry (Annie) investor r 820 Franklin 
" Hiram H (Elizabeth) painter r 2355 Green- 
wich 
"HO rep Miller Rubber Co r 622 Sacramento 
" llurace M printer 041 Mission 
■■ Horace S elk r 1144 Mariposa 
ALEXANDER HOTEL, absolutely fireproof, ad- 
joining St Francis Hotel, 352 Geary, tel 
Douglas 2200 
" Isaac S (Elizabeth) broker r 1840 Franklin 
" J Mrs r 836 Turk 
" Jacob salsn r 1716 Sutter 
" Jas salsn r .1476 Clay 

" Jas (Konstantlna) mach r 3480 San Bruno Av 
" J B T-pres Globe Grain & Milling Co r Los 

Angeles 
" Jennie L stenog Am Red Cross r 1105 Larkin 
" Jesse J salsn r 1840 Franklin 
" Jesse R caahr Inlaid Floor Co r Burlingame 
" Jewel (Redman & Alexander) r 151. 10th Av 
" John (Mary C) cond r 1200 Arguello Blvd 
" John (Sadie) salsn r 2572 California 
" John A (Martha) ironwkr r 3823 Army 
" John E (Daisy E) atty r 322 Baker 
" .John E atty Mills Bide r 3627 Irving 
" John F eng Interstate Com r Berkeley 
" Jos (Phebc) r 505 Church 
" Jos lab r 82 Perry 

" Jos J elk Langley & Michaels Co r 1575 Pine 
" Jos J (Marie) driver r 244 Myrtle 
" Josephine C (wid Henrv) r 3095. 17th 
•■ Julia W (wid Edw) r 42 Valley 
" Katherine r 020 Post 

ALEXANDER L, & M. 

(L. E. and M. S. ) typewriters, supplies and 
typewriters rented, 444 Market upstairs, 
tel Sutter 306 

" Laura (wid A C) r 3033 Stelner 

" Laura I (wid Jos) r 40 Pond 

" Lena (wid Isaac) r 181 Corbett Av 

" Llna (wid Ernest) r 253 Bartlett 

" Leo E Goodrich Rubber Co r 3898. 17th 

" Leo B (.L & M Alexander) r 1000 Sutter 

" Leon porter r 1304 Stockton 

" Lillian E elk SPRR r 2U0 Dlvlsadero 

" Lois r 2211 California 

" Loretta M dep US Int Rev r 3995. ITth 

" Louis salsn r 2211 California 

" Louis M r 93 Cowden 

" Manuel J (Margaret) electn r 1458. 24th Av 

" Margaret r 1616 Jackson 

" Utargaret A tchr Puh School r 820 Franklin 



ALEXANDER 
•' -Marjorie r 1105 Laguna 
" Martin 1' (Gussle A) mach 1930 Golden Gate 

Av 
•• Mary Mrs r 1253 Octavia 
" .Mary E r 1265. 27th Av 
■■ Maternity CottaKe 3700 Callfomla 
" Max (Edna) candles 2128 Mission r 396a 

Capp 
" Max S painter r 312 Mason 
" M C (Dora) r 1396 Golden Gate Av 
" Mlchl S (L & M Alexander) r 1000 Sutter 
" Millie widow r 2311 Broadway 
" Monte C with J B K Davis & Son r Oakland 
" Moses carpetlyr r S77p Shotwell 
" Myrtle S elk r 336 Connecticut 
" Nero C (Dora) 1396 Golden Gate Av 
" Olga (wid Saml) r 1045 Post 
" Oscar R elk Hoffman Bros r 1624 Sacramento 
" Philip W (Miles Bros) 
" Rae prin Pub School r 3476 Clay 
" Raymond (Edith D) (Alexander & Smith) 

r 448. 10th Av 
" RIchd G (Annie) electn r 3940 Army 
" Richd L elk Colton House r 224. 3d • 
" Robt S carp r 312 Mason 
ALEXANDER HOY B (Katherine) (Peacock 
Alexander & Hunter Co) and v-pres Pea- 
cock Motor Sales Co, r 1277. 28th At 
" Ruby M stenoE McXab & Smith r 1200 Ar- 
guello Blvd 
" Saml E blksmith r 2110 Dlvlsadero 
" Saml E auto mech r 1928a Golden Gate Av 
■' Sarah dressmkr r 2030 Scott 
" S Craig nigr Dodwell & Co r 512 Van Ness Av 
•' T r 52S Kearny 
" T mtrmn r 50 Lyon 

" Thos F (Alexander's Hat Works) r 528 Kear- 
ny 
" Thos G r 1317 Page 
" Thos P electn r 402 Russia Av 
" Wallace M pres and SF mgr -\lexander & 

Baldwin (Ltd) r Piedmont 
" Walter (Rose) driver r 164 Lexington 
" Wilbert H mgr Douglas Bide r 1535 Leaven- 
worth 
" Wm (Grace) elk r 708, 6th Av 
" Wm F comp H S CROCKER CO (Inc) r 1646 

Bush 
" Wm G v-pres and treas Baln-Alexander Co 

r San Jose 
" Wm M flremn r 2110 Dlvlsadero 
" Wm S Ins 525 Market r 650 Bush 
" Wm S (Luelln) mgr Ogden Pkg & Prcaervo 

Co r 2462. 28th At 
" Wm T (Alexander & Kuhn) 2526 Ijike 
" Wm W (Elizabeth) chairmkr r 1113 Guer- 
rero 
ALEXANDER tc BALDWIN (Ltd), W M Alex- 
ander pres and SF mgr, H A Baldwin 
v-pres. J Guild sec. shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, Alaska Commercial Bldg. 
310 Sansome 
" & Kuhn furnaces 681 Market 
" & Lavenson Electrical Snnplv Co 13R. 2d 
" *Martens (G Y Alexander F T Martens) 
ins Hearst Bide 
ALEXANDER & O'DONNELL (John O'Donnell) 
nttysat-law. 1602 Humboldt Bank Bldg. 
tel Douglas 1538 
" & Smith (R Alexander S C Smith) garage 

2360 Post 
" & Toniea (B T Alexander H Tonjes) mfrs 
agts 833 jrarket 
ALEXANDER'S HAT WORKS (Thomas P Alex- 
ander) office and salesrooms 400 Kearnv. 
factory 321 Kearny 
Alexandra Manuel (Mary) fisherran r 612 

Chestnut 
.\lexandre -Vndre printer r 1255 Clay 
" Chas bollermkr r ]2,')5 Clay 
" Jos R (Jessie) r 1379 Union 
" Marcellna (wid .Tohn Jl r 1242 Jackson 
-Alexandria Hotel 1010 Bush 
Alexandrian Haraut (Pvlazoo) rug repr 2477 

Sacramento r 2327 Bush 
Alexandrldls Philip (Veda) blksmitli r 1924 

Ellis 
Alexandre Danl r 453 Kearny 
,\lexandroff A elev opr r 605 Montgomery 
Alexlch Angellne (wid Gregorj') r 1825 Irving 
Alexiff B lab r 959 Kansas 
" Fred Rev pastor First Russian Baptist 
Church r 959 Kansas 
Aleixy Edw S acct r 1634 Waller 
A\t E J r 1505 Scott 

Alfaro Jos (Trinidad) ciearinkr r 244 Vienna 
■• Manuel r 1485 Bush 
" Rafael (Lula) shlphldr r 27 Salmon 
Alferitz CInchy (wid Geo A) r 2224 aay 

■' Estate 628 Montgomery 
Alff Frank lab r 667 Clay 
Alflore Adda J (wid Jos S) r 43 Persia 
■• Chas D plastr r 43 Persia 



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ALFONSO JOSE H, liiterprtter, trnnalutor 
iiiul tL'uiliLr of Spuiilnh and EueIUIi. ^l 
Columbus Av. tel Kearny 4544. r Oakland 
Alford Alonzo M (LaVernc) olectn r 539. 5th Av 
" Kredk driver r IMO Church 
'• Ilnrrj- N (Sarah) cng r 38 Edna 
" Iloiirlptta (wld Frank) r 238B Bush 
•• I'carl elk r 1834 Fillmore 
" Thns F sec Laundry Owners Assn of SF 
r 125 Mono 
Alfred Holit (Camlllc) lab r 31b Guy PI 

" Will r 18a Kltch 
Alfret Cnntav C r 1818 Church 
AlfM Ciicl 

r Oakland 
'■ Jf r 745 Pine 
Algar Anna G (wld Frank CI r 2608b Sutter 
" Lulu J bkpr Morse Detective and Patrol 
Service r 2608b Sutter 
AlKer B H asst eag YMCA r 598 Eddy 
" Irvine G (Josephine) tchr Pub School r 810 
Cahrlllo 
Alrhieri Antonc (Amelia) lithocr r 307a Guer- 

Aijjicr Itoss mach SVW Co r 320 Valencia 
Alclro I'cter (Jennie) lab r 520 Charter Oak Av 
Alfo F J sn)sn r 545 O'Farrell 
AlRoliia Aimrtnients 1050 Post 
AJKonqiiin Apartments 1276 Jones 
ALGREN, see also Ahl^ren and Alleren 
■■ Gus auto mech r 540 Pace 
" Mary r 546 Page 

" Wm "W (Anna) mar one Hearst Bldi; r 214 
Hnlcht 
AlRro Jos lab r 377, 6th 
Alhamhra Hotel Apartments 860 Geary 

" Market 76 Sanchez 
ALHAMBRA WATER DEPOT, E D Sellers mgr. 
pure drinking water for offices and homes, 
360 Fell, tel Market 6516 
Alholm John (Anna) carp r 375 Banks 

•■ Peter lab r 375 Banks 
Aliaga Miguel steward r 1555 Mason 
Aliamus August J (Lena) tmstr r 139 Crescent 

At 
Allcandro Saml r 376 Union 
Alice Apartment 43 Cole 
Alicia Mutual Water Co 9 Main 
Aliii Andrew tmstr r 2.i0S Howard 
" Leon salsu r 2308 Howard 
" Louis with Call r 2.'i0S Howard 
" Marie (wid Ferdinand I r 2308 Howard 
Alidi Alex (Esther) fruits 1710 Church 
Aliiio Mario (Marguerite) hlpr r 38 Salmon 
Alioto Anthony (Catnlina) fishermn r 2227 
Taylor 
" Chas elk r 550 Lombard 
" Dominico (Mary) fiah r 2124 Mnson 
" Alioto Frank (Josle) fish r 447 Chestnut 
■' Frank (Tillie) fish r 2010 Powell 
" Giuseppe Jr (DomenicaJ pros SF IntI Fisli 

Co r 572 Filbert 
" Ignncio (Frances) fish r 574 Filbert 
•■ .John (no.se) fish 2128 Mason 
" Jos (Lena) r 2131a Mason 
" .Toa (Mamie) fish r 572 Filliert 
" I'eter (Josephine) fish r 550 Lombard 
" Selmfitian fishermn r 714a Bay 
" ThoR (Sadie) fiah r 702 Lnnilinrd 
.\]|otti Franci-sco fishermn r 1013 Stockton 
Aliphat Eugene D (Lvdin B M) driller r IDl 

Anderson 
ALISON, see also Allison and Ellison 
" Mary (wid Lesterj bkpr r 040 Itrondwav 
" "Win H (Gertrude H) mar eng Emergency 

Deet Corn r 2010 Pierce 
" Win TI Jr student TTC 2010 Pierce 
Alknlay Betty (wld Jos) r 46 Henry 
" I,eopold J (Bertha) ieweler 704 Market r 36 

rtnrtford 
" Theodore R exam Ins Co of NA r 40 Henry 
Alkns ICiiiile elk Apex Button Co r DO.W Geary 
All Hallows Church (UCl Rev Danl O Sullivan 
pastor Newhall belOakdale and Palou Aves 
" Kesllient Rubber I'rocess Co 366 Golden Gate 

Av 
■• Saints Church (Episcopal) Rev Schuyler 
Pratt pastor Waller bet Masonic At and 

" Star Features Distributors 191 Golden Gats 
At 
Allerilno I^nuis lab r 2474 Lombard 
Allacrt Albert J (Bertha) butcher J Allacrt & 
Co r 3356 Sacramento 
" J & Co (Julius Allaert) butcher 1.381 Pacific 
" Julius (Emma) (J Allaert & Co) r ISl 
Cherry 
Alliilii Hen! Rev pastor Notre Dame dcs VIctolrea 

c'liiinh IRC) r 626 Bush 
Allniiierani, N dk r 2148 Sutter 
ALLAN see AUen and AUvne 
■ Alfred D Assessors Office r 1328 Vallejo 
•• Alma (wid Stephen) r 422. 29th 
' Andrew eng r 3727a. 25th 
•• Andrew iBessle) lab r 1137 Folaom 



ALLAN CLARENCE E. sec Continental Ini Co 
of N Y, Fidelity-Pbenix Fire lua Go, 
American Eagle Fire Ins Co. 441 California, 
r Berkeley 
" Douglas r 1602 Revere Av 
" Emery L hlpr r 811. 5th Av 
" Errol C eng Genl Appraisal Co r 380 Eddy 
" Eugene C adv eolr r 4700 Geary 
" F r 142 Kearny 

" Fredk P (Annie) .tanitor r 1260. 4th At 
•' Geo A elk SO Co r 1239. 4th Av 
" Geo B dispatcher r 1309 Vermont 
" Harry C atty .Mills BIdg r 211 Wlnfield 

Home Apartments 304, 9th 
" Hotel 411 Eddy 

" Jas (Jeanne) (Allan & Pyle) r 1802 Revere 
•• .Taa (Laura) elk r 75, 7th Av 
" Jas B (Julia) mach r 1040 Minna 
" Jas (Daisy) contr r ,3041 Stelner 
" Jesse C bkpr Dodge Sweeney & Co r 1059 

Leavenworth 
" John (Matilda L) mach r 12,35, 11th Av 
" J W collr r 220, 8th Av 
" Louisa (wld Geo) r 2301 Polk 
" Margaret J (wid (Jeo G) r 757 Castro 
" Nieta D (wid Wml r 1270, 30th Av 
" Patk G (Ada) r 205V, Clipper 
" H 1! elk Glldden Co of Cal 
" R H r 1120 Hvde 
" Robt E (Anna M) sec SP Bodies No 1 AA 

SR r 1239, 4th 
" Susannah B (wld Robt) r 2771 Folsom 
" 5'hos A (Anna H) atty Kohl Bldg r 333 

Hugo 
" Thos M L (Belle) r 4405 California 
" Wallace V elk r 2771 Folsom 
•' & Pyle (J Allan G Pyle) whol butchers 
Evans and Railroad Av 
Allander Earl C elk SP Co 
" Walter E salan Hathaway 
r Oakland 
ALLARD see EUard 
•• Chas A dep US Int Rev r Stockton 
•' (' driver r 3377. 26th 
" Edw J r 880 Valencia 
" John (Albina) auto polishing 3101 Broderlck 

r 1861 Pacific 
" Mary J (wld David B) r 31 RIvoll 
Allardt C F drftsinn Chas C Moore Co engineers 

r Oakland 
Allardyoe Charlotte nurse r 519 Baker 
" John C (Novelty Seed Importing Co) r 619 

Baker 
" K L Mrs r 2901 Jackson 
" Robt R bkpr Novelty Seed Importing Co r 
519 Baker 
AUari Herman (Clarice) butcher 2814 Bush 
" Louis G (Nellie) butcher r 4010. 25th 
Louis G Jr (Georgia) electn r 1243 tTnlon 
ALLBRIGHT see Albright 
" Geo E shoemkr r 2745 Mission 
Allcut G 1' bkpr I E Thayer & Co r Frultvale 
Alldnck Rosa (wid Fred) r 1,358 Waller 
Allder Clarence C elk I>0 r 1,106 Ellis 
Allilo Giistnve clnr r 4.S7 N Parkview Av 

ALLEC J. NEW PARISIAN 

DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS (Ino) 
Main office and works 2140-2164 Folsom, 
tel Market 406. branches 2310 Fillmore nr 
Sacramento, 1648 Fillmore nr Geary. 1412 
Polk nr Pine. 266 Grant Av nr Sutter, 2467 
Mission bet 20th and 21st, 134 Powell, 704 
Larkin nr Ellis. Oakland Office 464, 12th 
nr Broadway, tel Oakland 173 

ALLEC JEAN (Rosine) prea and mgr New 
Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning Wks, 2140- 
2104 Folsom, tel Market 400. r 2307 Folsom 

" Jos (Allec & Dcynles) r 433 Ellis 

" ,Tos (Angelo) lnd>-wkr r 3851. 24th 

'■ L W r 140 Mason 

•' & Dcynles (J Allec M Dcynles) props Hotel 
Idora 433 Ellis 
Allee Lillian J iiriv sec r 3249 Jackson 
Allegaert Albert V mech r 385a, 20th 

" Aniedee (Mamie) r 466 Diamond 

" Chas (Louisa) carp r 2220, 15th 

" Jos peddler r 369a, 29th 

" Leo E OInrgaret) elk r 4272b, 23d 

•' Louise (wld Chas) r 36Ba. 29th 

" Raymond A (Jeanla) r 2220. 15th 
Allcgrettl Elizabeth Mrs r 30a Adair 

" Urania Miss elk M Friedman & Co r 36a 
A<lalr 
Allelgn Edw W (Phoebe A) carp r 421. 18th At 
Allemand Auguste (Lucy) cook r 45 Bonlta 

" Chas (Augusta) Indywkr r 717 Treat At 

" Conatant (Irnm) dyer r 344 Capp 

■' Flilele gardener r 1570 CInv 

•• Frank dyer r 170 Shotwell 

" Peter (Sralvinn) dyer r 170 Shotwell 
ALLEMANN see Allman and Almon 

" Chaa (Lena) whsmn r 528, 3d Av 

•' Esther (wld Ben.l F) r 4,34 Dlvlsadero 

" F B demonstrator r 434 Dlvlsadero 

•• Marie elk Am Nat Bank of SF r 528, 3d At 

•' R C r 222, 8th Av 



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Clarence de Veuye genl agt. 407 Pine, tel 
Kearny 2247 
Allenmnt Fredk H (Helen) mesacr Am Ry Ex 

Co r 425 Casein At 
Allemard Jos mtrmn r 906 Holllstcr At 
AUemore Wni M (Theresa! carD r 018 Fulton 
Allechany MlnhiK Co Mills Bide 
Allen A Mrs r 104(1 Mason 
ALLEN see also Allan and Allyn 
" A C r 4527, 19th 
"AD dep Assessor r 132R Vallcio 
" Ada H (wid Wm E) r 1737 Groyc 
" Aileen M stenoe Proctor & Gamble r 1802 

Union 
" Albert E janitor r 11071A Lacuna 
•' Albert E mach r 1117 Church 
" Albert L hosemn SFFD r 3033 Clement 
" Albert 7, waiter r 4095 Army 
•' Alberta nurse SF Hosnital 
" Alex (Wllhelmlna) iournnllst r 1045 Mason 
" Amelia (wId Wml r 3011 Buchanan 
" Amos G (Bstellel (Ruesles & Allenl r 151 

Brighton Av 
" Andrew C salsn Thl Bros r 4627. 19th 
" Anna P nurse r 447. 29th Ay 
" A P r (5085 Mission 

" Apartments 1385 Sacramento and 1437 Polk 
" Archie D (Ruth L) asst mgr Belilns Van & 

Storage Co r 1348 Jessie 
" Archie P (Hllma CI carp r 421 Paris 
" Arthur ironwkr r 41 Bonita 
" Arthur (Henrietta) mach r 4714 Geary 
" Arthur B elk SP Co r 1233 Arcuello Blyd 
" Arthur W tel opr SP Co r Frultyale 
" AuffUBt salsn r 3416 Army 
" A Walter ntty Pacific Bide r 2467 Sutter 
" Barbara Mrs r 1625 Larkin 
" Benj B broker r 195. 7th 
" B L Miss r 930 Taylor 
" Blanche Mrs r 1408 California 
" Blanche (wId Brucel r 422 Hayes 
" B M r 946 Geary 
" B M auditor r 1673 Sacramento 
" Birton W A (Emma) mech r 141 Collins 
" C Mrs r llOS Larkin 

" Carl A (Kathcrlne) (Shaw & Allen) r Oak- 
land 
" Carl H probation officer Juv Detention Home 

r 150 Otis 
" Caroline r 2003 Broadway 
" Catherine A Mrs r 1476 Thomas 
" Catherine F widow r 50 Clara 
" Chas copyist Recorder r 1512 McAllister 
•• Chas lab r 397. 4th 

" Chas B (LIna) barber r 739 Cortland Ay 
" Chas E (Jennie) ohauffr r 1545 Pacific Av 
" Chas E (Helena) mstr mar r 80 Cumberland 
" Chas F (Thorne) ins r 1471. 6th Av 
" Chas M r 1748 Mission 

■' Chas M opr Central Fire Alarm r 4700 Geary 

ALLEN CHAS E, wholesale coal, Hobart BlUg, 

582 Market, r Oakland 

" Charlotte H (wid August 1 r 1719 Broderick 

" Chesiey H bkpr Union Trust Co of SF r 1190 

Pine 
" Chester (Lucile) Inspr USN r 2061 Mission 
" C J r 180 Jessie 
•' Clara nurse r 831 Shrader 
•' Clara R Mrs cashr Wm .\ Rogers r Oakland 
•• Clarence W auto body bldr 693 Castro r 

4176. 20th 
" Claude J salsn E I duPont deNemours & Co 

r 1273 Ellis 
" Clyde elk Edison Elec App Co r 2015 Web- 
ster 
" Clyde D (Grace) mach r 632 Judah 
" Daisy E stenog r 364 Eddy 
" Darwin A printer r 1345 2d Av 
" David auto mech r 814 Eddy 
" Dean salsn Glnin & Miller r Oakland 
" Delia (wid Michael) r 653 Arkansas 
" De Mar (MInnal painter r 1085 Valencia 
" Douglas salsn r 1723b Green 
" Dry Goods Co (Inc) 6th Av and Clement 
" Dwight S elk PT&T Co r 1668 Mission 
" E A elk Gt Western Power Co r Alameda 
" Eddie seamn r 116 Noe 
•• Edgar A r 774. 7th Av 
" Edgar S chauffr r 1690 Hyde 
" Edith tchr Pub School r 1670. 8th Av 
" Edw elk r 749 Waller 
" Edw elk Pope & Talbot r 3303 Clement 
•' Edw lab r 825 Grove 
" Edw J (Marian) tnistr r 414 Broderick 
" Edw O referee Industrial Ace Com r San 

Rafael 
" Edw R (Mary) mgr SF News Bureau and 

Finance and Trade r Alameda 
" Edw S carp r 1932 Fillmore 
" Edw T office 681 Market r 2204 Jackson 
•' Edw V (Mary) r 579 Liberty 



ALLEN ELEANOR F MRS. pres Wiley B Allen 
Co, 153 Kearny, r 2323 Washington 
" Eleanor M tchr Pub School r 279. 2d Av 
" Elizabeth (wid AuguBtusI r 341G Army 
" Elizabeth Mrs r 1327 Leavenworth 
■• Elizabeth r 1049 Pine 
•• Ella (wid Wmt r 1404 Golden Gate Av 
" Ella B (wid Fredk I r 1385 Sacramento 
" Ella M elk US Sub Treasury r Oakland 
" Ellen T Mrs mgr The Boiks Acts r 796 Pine 
" Elvira (wid Josi r 1117 Hyde 
" Emery L lab r 611. 5th Av 
" Emily A (wid Robt 01 r 257. 7th Av 
•• Emma Mrs r 1400 Washington 
" Enid C field rep Am Red Cross r Piedmont 
" E Paul musician r 34.33. 20th 
" Ernest G (Alma M) r 772 Cole 
•' Ernest P (Abble Fl musician r 1737 Golden 

Gate Av 
•' Ernest W (Lucile) finisher Mission Piano 

Co r 1040 Leavenworth 
•' Ethan collr r 4700 Geary 
" Ethan lab r 17 Osgood 
•' Ethan A (BUal mgr r 137 Beulah 
" Ethan R (Jane Kl carp r 850 Lisbon 
" Ethan School Bryant and 7th 

• Etta H (wid Chas LI r 2851 Clay 
" Eva elk r 1000 Union 

•• Evallne (wid Wm SI r 557 Ashbun- 
" Evelyn cook r 1546 Jones 
" F traf mgr Struthers & Dixon r Oakland 
" Florence M tj-pist Fed Res Bank r Oakland 
ALLEN FLOUR CO. Lucius H Allen pres. flour 
agts Crown Mills. 216 Pine, tel Douglas 

" Francis C elk SO Co r 903 Pine 

• Frank r 514 Bush 

" Frank diemkr r 230 Miramar Av 
" Frank (Winffred J) electn r 152 Lily 
" Frank (Jlyrtle) seamn r 1219 Buchanan 
" Frank (Bessie) tmstr r 51 Isis 
" Frank G (Rose) vulcanlzer r 1136 O'Parrell 
" Frank H (P H Allen & Col r San Anselmo 
ALLEN FRANK HOWARD CO, geul agts Great 
Lakes Insurance Co, 421 Pine, tel Sutter 
2903 
" Prank J (Marie G) driver SFPD r 432 

Laurel 
•• Prank J bkpr r 3011 Buchanan 
" Frank P (Jennie I Indi'wkr r ,30.33 Clement 
" Prank S (Nona El seamn r 1945. 15th 
" Franklin (Irene) elk r 765 Sutter 
'• Fred Mrs r 730 Shotwell 
" Fredk (Irene) driver r 1251. 20th Av 
" Fredk E phya 135 Stockton r San Lorenzo 
" Fredk H (Lillian) electn r 580 McAllister 
" Fredk H (Freda) steamftr r 461 Page 
" Fredk L (Lucy) mach r 1625. 47th Av 
" Fredk (Ellen Z) musician r 1850 Geary 
" Fredk L (Leona) salsn r 1471 Washington 
•• Fred W mach r 4176. 20th 
■' Fredk W div supt URR r 727 Victoria 
" Genevieve widow r 117. 10th Av 
" Geo bkpr r 168 StIIlman 
" Geo (Nelllel ironwkr r 1079a Hampshire 
" Geo (Beulah) millmn r 195. 7th 
" Geo L elk Anglo California Trust Co r 2215 

Pacific Av 
" Geo E (Madeline) salsn r 782 Shotwell 
•' Geo H (Lydla R) woodwkr r 3716. 24th 
" Geo L (Florence V) acct Fred Ward & Son 

r 1319. 5th Av 
" Geo M chauffr r 3416. 18th 
" Geo O v-pres and mgr The Bootery r Berke- 
ley 
" Geo P phys r 870 Camino Del Mar 
" Geo R opr Associated Press r Berkeley 
" Georgette (wid Geo! r 304 Waller 
" Gerald P lab r 879 Turk 

" Gerald K reporter K G Dun & Co r 248 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
•' Gertrude B (wid David HI r 1670. 8th Ay 
" Grace (wid Wm) r 361. 7th Av 
" Grace Mrs elk r 879 Turk 
" H salsn r 1534 Clay 

■' Harlow E salsn M A Roth r 1045 Market 
" Harris S (Alice) mgr Aliens Press Clipping 

Bureau r 955 Clayton 
" Harry r 200 Woolsey 
" Harry B (WInnifred) (Allen & Co r 1670 

8th Av 
" Harry C atty r 211 Wlnfleld 
" Harry D salsn S H Tyler & Son r 700 

O'Parrell 
" Harry E (Lillle S) vet surg r 134 Duboce Av 
•• Harry H (Nellie) tmstr r 164 Milton 
" Harry I mgr Emerson Drug Co r Oakland 
" Harry J designer r 257 Etlgewood Av 
" Harrv L (Beatrice M) cond r 1939 Ellis 
" Harvey A (C Alma) Ins (Niagara Ins Co) r 

2211 Broderick 
" Hattle P (wid Wm L) r 200 Woolsey 
" H D r 1554 Howard 
•• Helen A Mrs r 653 Arkansas 
■' Henry (Minnie) r 24 Walter 
" Henry A bus mgr Pac Furnitiu"e Trade r 
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\EW^ DRAWING MATERIALS 

ENGINEERS' and ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES 



FlHST STKEKT 



(SEE PAGE 9-8Z) 



Tel. Kearnt 2680 



ALLEN 
" Henry F Wyatt H Allen Dres H Clay Miller 

aec 210 California 
" Henry G (Imocen L) dentist 209 Post r 2804 

Bush 
'■ Herbert B chauffr r 1527a. 15th 
" Herbert 1) sec Kuhlman Sail r Oaklanil 
" Herbert F with Mercantile Trust Co of SF r 

Oakland 
" Herbert W (Gertrude) phys 240 Stockton r 

181B Broadway 
" Herman (Catherine) lab r 418. Ist 
" Herman J salsn r 2824 Scott 
" H G r 6S3 Sutter 
" H Judson (Dorothy) deslener r 257 Edce- 

woml 
" Homo Apartments 364. 9th 
" Horfice H (Jane B) silverware 150 Post r 

22.'!0, 8th Av 
" Howard E student r 13.16, 11th Av 
*' Howard L motormn r 15 Liberty 
•* Howard "W (Anna M) driver Peoples Baklnc 

Co r 2671 McAllister 
" HuEh W (Declma M) acct SP Co r 300 

Frederick 
" Ida M Mrs (Armstronir & Allen) r 730 

Leavenworth 
" Ida M (wid Jas) r 2402 Divlsadero 
" Ira (Minnie) mach r 858 Church 
" Irene D dressmkr r 730 Leavenworth 
" Isaac (Alice M) elk r 305. 2d Av 
" Isaac M M r 1336. 11th Av 
*' Jas janitor r 975 Harrison 
" Jas (Elizabeth) lab r 865 CaoD 
'• Jas hlpr r 517 Vienna 
" Jas A cond r 1667 Haieht 
" Jas A electn r 118 Dolores 
" Jas A with Crane Co r 1474 Golden Gate Av 
" Jas E (Lily) electn r 349 Banks 
" Jas F cashr r 3011 Buchanan 
" Jas M salsn Willys-Overland Pac Co r Oak- 
land 
■' Jas M (Caroline) mach r 344 Austin 
" Jas P (Josephine) salsn r 1702 Church 
" Jas W (Lillie) mach r 3392. 21st 
" Jane widow r 16 Pleasant 
" Jean elk r 166. 10th Av 
" J Colt buyer Hastings Clothing Co r 1085 

Page 
" Jerome A (Fanny L) sec Bichmond Dry 

Goods Co r 2271 Fulton 
" Jesse (Catherine) bkpr r 1059 Leavenworth 
•■ John lab r 35 Sussex 
" John (Catherine) r 50 Clara 
•• John lab r 377. 6th 
" John A spl rep r Burltneame 
" John C lab r G50 Lisbon 
•• John D (Cella) forcnm r 369 Arllneton 
■■ John F (Ada L) r 074, 7th Av 
•' John F (Mabel) asmblr Ford Factory r 58 



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" John G (Harriet) lab r 2510 Fplsom 

'• John J (Marcaret J) metalwkr r 1802 Union 

" John I' mohler r 653 Arkansas 

" John R (Katherine) miner r 2003 Broadway 

" John n (Gwenfread) trav act Am Rv Ex Co 

r 2211 California 
" John T (Mattiel (Pujita & Allen) r 580 

Geary 
" John W carp r 1574 Eddy 
" Jos A (Jessie) patrolmn Morse Detective 

and Patrol Service r 25 Flood Av 
" Jos F pkr r 1456 Waller 
" Jos L seamn r 517 Vienna 
" Jos W E (Catherine) cond r 1112V,a Yorlc 
" Joshua D (Leah) driver r 143 Broderick 
" J It F r 1091 Bush 
" J Wm elk r 127 Ellis 
" K I Mrs r 2127 Fillmore 
" Lnlla T (wId Bennett G) r 1238 Willard 
" I.nurn Mrs r 709 Shradcr 
ALLEN LAURENCE D. pros L D Allen (Inc). 
162r) Van Ness Av, tel Prospect 6800, r 
ISOO Fiankllu 

ALLEN L. D. (Inc), 

L D Allen rres. Paul J Feelv. J B Hunjar 
Sales Itgi, A B Flomteaux Office Mcrr. Dis- 
tribiitors. Cole Aero-Eieht and Stevens- 
Duryea cars and Sandow trucks. 1626 Van 
Ness Av, tel Prospect 6800 (See Pace 17) 

" I.ee W (Corlnnc) lumber 725 Taraval 

" Lena E Mrs r 1179 Pine 

" Leon waiter r 0.36 Mission 

" Leslie B r 821 Broderick 

" Leslie E (Vivian) mach r 1(H9 Paee 

" Lewis W (Maude R) phvs r 470 Geary 

" Lillian F (wId Frank L) r 1665 Hayes 

" Lillian K Mrs r 10. 25th Av 

" Lois nurse .SF Hospital 

" Lorenzo (Freda) driver r 2315 Mission 

" Ix)ul8 C gardener r 1238 Willard 

■ Louis I) mech r 1323 'A Steiner 

•• Ixiuls G lab r 700 Vallelo 

" Louis H mach r 87 Bartlett 

" I^uls L (Charlotte D) carp r 237 Paris 

" Louisa widow r 41 Bonlta 



ALLEN 
•• L S elk M J Brandensteln & Co r 790 Tal- 

lelo 

** Lucile masseuse 417 Montfromery 

" Lucius H (Ruth A) (Allen Flour Co) r 2402 
Divlsadero 

" Luclla r 361. 7th Av 

" M Mrs bkpr r 010 Geary 

" Mabel A widow r 33 Hlllwav At 

" Mae C stenoK Continental Fire Ins r 1741 
Larkin 
ALLEN MANUFACTURING CO, Charles A 
Dowd Sales Co, Pacific Coast representa- 
tives, 320 Market, tel Douglas 472S 

" Margaret opr r 824 Turk 

" Margaret H elk r 3416 Army 

" Margaret M Mrs r 4139. 25th 

" Martha (wid Jas O) r 1246. 41st Av 

" Mary R stenog SF Hospital 

" .Mary A r 2621 Pacific Av • 

" Mary A (wid Frank A) r 4.175. 18th 

" Mary A Mrs millinery 1005 Fillmore r 378 
Golden Gate Av 

" Mary E stenog Met Life Ins Co r 4575, ISth 

" Mary G Mrs elk r 2015 Webster 

** Mary J bkpr r 1459 Jones 

•' Matthew boilermakr r 400 Connecticut 

" Maude nurse r 831 Shrader 

" Maude F stenog r 920 Leavenworth 

" May (wid John) r 1350 Waller 

" Michael J (Johanna) lab r 517 Vienna 

" Milton D (Montcz L) eng r 24 Walter 

*' Monty R mach r 1748 Mission 

" Murray N salsmn M A Gunst r Larkspur 

" Nathaniel B (Mabelle) r 33 Hillway Av 

" Nick Mrs r 383. 9th 

" N R Sons Co leather mfrs 214 Front 

" Oscar (Mamie) baker r 253 Lee Av 

" Paul N (Grace) metalwkr r 1116 Stanyan 

" Parker hlpr r 524 Valley 

" Pearl B tchr dancing r 668. 4th Av 

" Perry elk JIason-McDuffic Co r 442. 11th At 

" Peter (Leah) r 143 Broderick 

" P F carp r 2735 Mission 

" Philip G (Charlotte) dep Tax Collr r 8818 
California 

" R A r 645 Bush 

" Rachael (wid Robt I) r 211 WInfield 

" Randal F (Ruth M) asst agt Pac Gas tc 
Elec Co r 1103 Vallejo 

" Rawley C (Katherine A) lab Custom House 
r 356 Noe 

" Ray elk Met Life Ins Co r 4575. 18th 

" Hay A (Edna C) (Western Plumbing Supply 
Co) r 1328 Scott 

" R Emmet student r 1336. 11th Av 

" Richd r 524 Guerrero 

" Richd (iremn r 1802 Union 
" Richd C (Anna) Pac Coast mgr Chas P Gar- 
rlgues & Co r 2522, 27th Av 

" Richd C mech r 405 Van Ness At 

" Richd H elk SP Co r Alameda 

" Richd S elk r 905 Ashburv 

" R Loyal (Henrietta) bkpr r 253, 8th At 

" Robt (Lillian) wagonmkr r 3718. 24th 

" Robt H (May) foremn SF Printing Co r 3963 
25th 

" Robt J mtrmn r 155. 29th 

" Robt L elk Trumbull Elec Mfg Co p 2242 

Polk 
" Robt W elk r 2671. 7th At 

" R S elk URR r 1714 Clay 

" Russell r 560 Geary 

" Saml auto mech r 814 Eddy 

" Saml D (Emma E) salsn DoUlver & Bro p 
448 Laurel 
ALLEN SAMUEL J (Annie) whol coal, agt 
Peerless Coal Co of Utah, 073 Moriadnock 
lildg. tel Douglas 2088, r 442 Scott, tel 
I'aik 6882 
" Saml P (MoUle) painter r 3156 San Jose At 
" Saml L mech r 2916. 24th 
" Sarah A (wid J A) r 4700 Geary 
" S E elk SO Co r Alameda 
" Serny E (Florence) r 1336. 11th At 
" Sherwood salsn D Blaine r 727 Victoria 
" Sidney chef r 300 Hyde 
" Sidney D Ireas Turner Co r Alameda 
" Susanna (wid Robt) r 2771 Foisom 
" Stanley elk Savings Union Bank & Trust Co 

r 2215 Paclflc Av 
" Theo baker r 15 Lansing 
" Theophilua Christian Scientist 166 Geary r 

Palo Alto 
" Thos r 355 Octavla 
'• Theo r 462. 35th At 

" Thos (Katrina) tmstr r 1223 San Bruno At 
" Thos D steamftr r 3416. 18th 
" Thos E (Anna U) salsn r 51 TIngleT 
" Thos F asst to pros NWP Ry r Alameda 
" Thos F (Sarah) coppersmth r 617b Shotwell 
" Thos P (Alice T) r 3416. 18th 
" Tracy H printer r 708. 9th Av 
" Ulysses S (Dell) watchmn r 716a Natona 
" V r 81. 9th 

" Val B mining eng 681 Market r 1351 Sutter 
" Vernon E elk r 1414 Fillmore 



INDEPENDENT PNEUMATIC TOOL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA 

MANUFACTURCns Or 

Pneumatic Tools and Electric Drills 



TELEPHONE KEARNY 1967 
61 FREMOMT STREET (SEE PAGE 128) 



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ALLEN 
" Waeer C (Marcaret) elk r 4139. 25th 
" Waldo F (Eliabeth) purch agt Pelton Water 

Wheel Co r 1243 Fulton 
" Wallace V elk r 2771 Polsom 
" Waller musician r 626 Larkln 
" Walter B (Nellie) eley oor r 143 Broderlck 
" Walter H (Marie) lab r 761. 14th 
" Walter M (Rose) elk r 246 Llbertr 
" W C elk r 44. 5th 
" Wesley F (Bertha A) prop Hotel Orton and 

Hotel raris r 1045 Market 
" W r r 348. 3d 
" W H r 480 Ellis 
" Wilbur r 115 Hnlcht 
" Wllh\ir .T rik r 1243 Fulton 

ALLEN WILEY B. CO. THE 

E F Allen pres, pianos, player pianos, Vic- 

trolas, and Brunswick phonORraphs and 

records, 135-153 Kearny and 217-226 Sutter 
" Wiley B Co Biiildins 153 Kearny 
" Wra cond r 2515. 24th 
*' Wm (Marie) lodelncs 494 Bryant 
'* W^m solderer r 3011 Buchanan 
" Wm C (Elsie) elk Pac Rice Mills r 547 

Frederick 
" Wm E auto mech r 1331 Lasuna 
" Wm E (Olive L) riveter r 180 Tucker 
•' Wm a (Edna) bkpr r 1371. 45th Av 
" Wm Gr (Bothilda M) mlrs act r 522. 3d Av 
" Wm H eleetn r 1949 Pine 
" Wm H flremn PO Bide r Berkeley 
" Wm H crocer 1010 Franklin r 1035 Franklin 
" Wm H (Aucusta D) llthoer r 373 Noe 
" Wm J (Hetty) r 200 Corbett Av 
" Wm J (Lulu) foremn SP Co r 473 Fair Oaks 
" Wm J molder r 3040 Army 
" W^m P (Loretta) salsn r 189 Parnassus Av 
" Wm T r 159. 7th 

" Wm T (Lillian M) carp r 203 Shipley 
" Wm T City Frt and Pass Act CEI&R Ry r 

130. 22d Av 
" Wm T (Elsie B) salsn r 1508 Anzn 
" Wm W (Ida M) with Bemis Bros Bae Co r 

938 Hyde 
" W J r 40. 7th 
"WW musician r 115 Haleht 
" Wyatt H (Alysse L) (J T Brown & Co) r 

Stanford Court Apts 

ALLEN & COMPANY 

(H B Allen) real estate and insurance, 
owners Windsor Terrace and exclusive agents 
Sea Cliff, 168 Sutter, tel Douelas 322 
ALLEN & HIGGINS LUMBER CO, now J E Hil- 

Cins Lumber Co. 423-459. Otli 
Allen's Photo Suppiv Co. 246 Market 
ALLEN'S PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU. G S 

Allen mcr, 121. 2d. tel DouElas 5119 
Allenberc Edwin L (Theresa N) salsn E Goss & 
Co r 521 Lake 
" Leo (Florence) salsn r 321 Haiffht 
" Leopold salsn Triest & Co r 30 Palm Av 
AUender Julia Mrs r 22G9 Turk 
" L G (Julia) shipwkr r 1447 Broderlck 
" Percy J (Kate) r 3284 Folsom 
Allendorf Chas W salsn Silk House r 57 Grattan 
Allerton Guy r 570 O'Parrell 

" Wm C (Margaret) eroeer 101 Chenery 
Allenwood Pauline M r 1240 MeAlllster 
Alley Eulalla stenog W O Henderson r 335 
Stockton 
" Fredk L dist mgr United Shoe Machy Co r 44 
Madrono Av 
Alleze Antone lab r 2815. 16fh 
AUjraier Frank G (Lottie) lab r 26 Laneton 
Allgoewer Herman r 766 Sutter 
Allgood B r 971 Mission 

" Ceeile widow r 2300 Van Ness 
Alliamus Victor (Albiue) whsemn r 509 Linden 
ALLGREN see Ahlgren and Algren 

ALLIANCE ASSURANCE CO 

(Ltd) OF LONDON, Thomas R Lamb Co, 
General Agents, Automobile Department, 
Stock and Bond Exchange Bldg, 341 Mont- 
gomery, tel Douglas 1416 and tel Sutter 
6259. (See Page 35) 
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY (Ltd) OF 
LONDON— MARINE. H M Newhall & Co, 
General Agent.?. Frank A Brn\\'n mgr. New- 
hall Bldg. 210 Battery, tel Sutter 1880 
(See Page 102) 
" Assurance (Ltd) 433 California 
" Francaise 110 Sutter 
ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILA. 
McClure Kelly mgr. McKee Sherrard dist 
mgr, Pac dept, 223-231 Sanaome 
" Machine Co 465 California 
Allice Peter cond r 1075 Post 
Alllcott Wm H treas r 2518 Octavia 
Allie Urban (Isaide) tailor r 11B2 O'Farrell 
Allied British Commerce exporters 503 Market 
ALLIED CONSTRUCTION MACHINERY COR- 
PORATION OF AMERICA, Rialto Bldg, tel 
Kearny 823 



ALLIED 
" Printing Trades Club 717 Market 
" Mutual Service Aesn 535 Phelan Bide 
" Theatre 649 Broadway 

" Underwriters of the Union Ins Society of 
Canton (Ltd) 201 Sansome 

Alllger Alma (wid Arthur) r 307 Jules At 

Alllguie Firmin (AUigule & Dunn) r 967 Jackson 
" Frank (Angela) r 967 Jackson 
" Jean A r 1957 Sutter 
•' Leon (Hotel Vincent) r 459 Turk 
" Louis Z (Martha) prop r 228 Ripley 
" Afarlo elk r 967 Jackson 
" Maurice (Sophie) ironwkr r 344. 4th 
" Paul (Irene) prop Liberty Hotel 429 Kearny 
" & Dunn (F Alllguie David Dunn) props New 
Harbor House 139 Drumm 

Ailing Horatio atty Mills Bldg r Berkeley 

Allingham Edwin r 211 Brighton Av 
" Henry P auto mech r 391 Valencia 
*' Nulcher widow r 211 Brighton At 
" Wm well borer r 211 Brighton At 

Altingson Elling (Nanna) carp r 653 Joost Av 

Allio Francis drftsmn 139 Farallones 

.l,llione Arthur r 1815 Powell 

Allioth Frank cook r 20, 6th 

Allls A F r 645 Bush 

ALLIS-CHALMERS MFG CO, B W Lindquist. 
mgr San Francisco District, machinery. 745 
Rialto Bldg. Mission and New Montgomery, 
tel Kearny 1192 (See page 122), 

Allis Edmund C (Louise S) real est 785 Market 
r 1560 Sacramento 
" StaiUey hlpr r 1214 Geary 

ALLISON, see also Alison and Ellison 
" Alice Mrs r 2335 Pacific Ay 
" Belle Mrs r 513 Liberty 

" B M salsn Sommer & Kaufmann r 560 Polk 
" Chas J r 1173 Filbert 
" Chas O butcher r 1107 Bills 
" Chas P yardmstr Belt RR r Oakland 
" Claude W (Lettle) mgr r 419 Pierce 
" David E produce Pearson & Co r 23 Palm Av 
" D E Mrs r 1816 Broderlck 
" Dorothy r 38 Delmar 
" D W Miss r 580 O'Farrell 
" Edw R (Olive) Com r 99, 6th At 
" Esther Mrs housekpr r 786 O'Farrell 
" Frank (Effie) upholstr r 1612 Dolores 
" Geo G (Hfeta) hlpr r 2154a Howard 

ALLISON GEO W, chief elk Purchasing Dept 

NWP RR, room fi07. 64 Pine, r 977 Pine 

" Gertrude V stenog Cyrus Peirce & Co r 88 

Delmar 
" Grace Mrs r 1406 Post 
" G S Co whol produce 614 Front 
" Guv H (Katherine) mar eng r 2261 ^fission 
" Guy S (Virginia) (G S Allison Co) 1470, 7th 

At 
" Harry L (Sllva) salsmgr Mark Lally Co 

r 1134 Hyde 
" Henry H (Sarah) carp r 373. 10th At 
" Ina B Mrs (Mrs Allison's Stenographic 

School) r 776 Bush 
" Jas W office 830 Market r 55, 5th 
" John L elk Gates Co r 2162 Market 
" Jos C (Petra E) salsn r 1535 Leavenworth 
" Jos L mach r 1506a Dolores 
" Mary A Mrs r 38 Delmar 
" Oscar U elk r 1177 Ellis 
" Sanil G (Ruth) mech r 346 Lisbon 
" Saml H with Shreve & Co r 157 Seville 
" Sidney cashp 486 Duboce At 
" Theresa elk SP Co r Alameda 
" Viola Mrs r 1682 San Jose Av 
" Wm B bkpr r 131 Fillmore 
" Wm H mar eng US Emergency Fleet Corp 
r 2010 Pierce 

ALLISON'S MRS STENOGRAPHIC SCHOOL, 
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ALLITH-PROUTY COMPANY 

R A Wheeler, agt "Reliable" firedoor 
hardware, "Reliable" barn and garage door 
hangers, 787-793 Brannan, tel Market 466 
ALLMAN, see also AUemann and Almon 

" Albert (Hannah) tmstr r 2770 Greenwich 

" Alex r 222 8th Av 

" Anna r 1412 Guerrero 

" Geo F lab r 906 .Shotwcll 

" Grace (wld Roger) r 445, 14th 

" Jack r 450 Ellis 

" Marcella stenog r 3440, 24th 

" Miles r 3905, 17th 

" Roger (Grace) mstr mar r 445, 14th 

" Walter peddler r 1.3.'i7, 19th 
Allmers Fredk G (Laura) eng r 187 Farallones 
Allmond Ellwood E elev opr r 1363 O'Farrell 
Alio Apartments 1067 Valencia 

" May M bkpr T J Alio r 1763 Dolores 

" Murphy J (Anna) mgr T J Alio r 1703 
Dolores 

" Thos J fruits 3404 Jllssion r 1763 Dolores 
Alloett! Paul ieweler r 2508a Polk 
Allono Angelo (Lena) waiter r 935^ Pacific 



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Alloro Jos r (>S4 Ash 

•• I-nwroiurc lab r U84 Ash 
Alloulse Apartments 2766 Mission 
Alloway Kiitp (wi Adam) r 123 Bacon 
Alloys Co 591 liay 

Allrcd Clifford S (Maeeio LI bldr 150 Onondaga 
Av 

•• Melvin (Laura) mach r 147, 13th 
Allsebroolt Alfred M r 6159 Mission 
Allsman Danl awltchnin r 528 Texas 
ALLSOF see also Alsop 

•■ John r 3434a. 10th 

" Thos (Acnes S) salen r 51 Reddy 
Allsopi* Alfred (Susan) weieher r 767 Clemen- 
tina 

** E Carlton enc r 3425 Sacramento 

•' Jennie E Mrs (City Hall Printlne Co) r 
3425 Sacramento 
Alitucker Eeeo H (Wilhelniina) painter r 3792 

17th 
Alludi Louis elk Bank of Italy r 2066 California 
Allum Leroy M optometrist Theian Bide r 1768 

Larkin 
Allward Wm H rook r lO.W Mission 
Allwell Edw r 690 Madrid 

" Elizabeth widow r 600 Madrid 
Allyn Harry waiter r 679 Pine 

" Mabelle E Mrs salsiA-n Lcvinon's r 967 MlBston 

•' Marie R Mrs r 1201 Gouch 
Allyne Jfary N (wld John Wl r 2609 Goueh 
Allyson Apartments 12S0 O'Farrell 
Alma Club 2690 California 

" Hotel 335 Stockton 
Alman K C tailor r 152. 6th 
AIniar Court Apartments 337 Hyde 
Almark A Mrs elk r 245 Leavenworth 
Aimarcl Apartments 1025 Sutter 
Almcrauts John H (Hilda) mach r 131 MIramar 

Av 
Aimed Wm grocer 114 Mason r 124 Mason 
Almeida .\ntnnio dept mffr M J Brandensteln 
& Co r Berkeley 

" Jos servlcemn American Multieraph Sales 
Co r Berkeley 

" Jos S mach r 320 Virginia Av 
Almico John (Leone) barber r 916 Fulton 
ALHON see also Alhnan 

•• Edw J (Minnie) lab r lllSVj York 

" Wm P (Rose) linemn r 314 Laidlev 
Almos Antonio lab r 1309 Treat Av 
Almquist E August (Jennie) tailor 1028 Market 
r 1071. 14th 

" Frank E (Eva) carp r 1083 York 

" O D (Marguerite) electn r 3708, 23d 
Almstead Frank N sales specialist Chronicle 

nidg 
Almstrom Erwin elk r 220, 6th 

•• Gustaf A (Anna) rest r 220. 6th 
Almy Geoffrey (Mary) bkpr W R Grace & Co 
r 1145 Green 

" S P Mrs r 697b Dolores 
Alo Jos lab r 37 Columbus Av 
Aloha Apartments 2973 Mission 

" Book & Art ExchauEe 133 Geary 

" Hall 3009. 10th 
Aloise Jas (Antoinette) grocer 2935 San Jose Av 

" John elk Grinnell Co of the Pac r 2935 San 
Jose Av 

" Jos ahlpwkr r 2935 San Jose Av 
Alonso Manuel musician r 1630 Union 
Alonzo Pilar Miss stenoe Otis McAllister & Co 

r 1630 Union 
Alp Rose Hotel 2315 Mission 
Alpen RIchd painter r 512. 2d Av 
Alper Nate (Ida B) r 165 Palm Av 
Alpern Isador (Lizzie) tailor r 1169 Sanchez 

" Max (Ida) r 176. 10th Av 
ALFERS see also Albers 

■■ Chas W r 115 Edna 

■■ Clans (Helena) Ins r 2550 Clay 

■ Fred D iMarlha Ml baker r 115 Edna 

• Geo W garage 2109 Filbert r 1411 Dlvisadero 
•' Herman J seamn r 636 Diamond 

• Herman L (Wilhelmlna) elk r 636 Diamond 
John police r 836 Dolores 



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" L real est r 17 Powell 
■' Marguerite E r 2550 Clay 
•• Peter cafe r 2550 Clay 
'* Wni (Anna) baker r 252 Cotter 
" Wm (i butcher r 636 Diamond 
Alpert Abraham (Fanny) butcher r 238 Sai 
Jose Av 
" May Mrs nigr Hotel Stockholm 235 Kearny 
Nathan foremu Met Beddlug Mfg Co 
1705 O'Farrell 
Alpha Apartments 2065 Sutter 

- Consolidated Co Mills Bldg 
Alpl John (UelK-cca) r 820 Fell 

Alpine Evaporated Cream Co 112 Market 

- House 480 Pine 

Alport Geo J elk r 1492 Ellis 

Alqua Medicinal Water Co 36 Beldeman 

Alshach Wm r 480 Ellis 

liettle elk r 520 Post 



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.\lBgood Henry J (Florence) r 331 Prospect Av 

•• Louis salsn r .563 Capp 
Alshelmer Hans refreshments 208 PaclBc 
Alslna Arthur (Victoria) steward r 727 Ania 
Alsing .\moB N (Ella) teas r 265 Brighton Av 

" Fredk W (Clara) sales mgr r 2579. 3l8t Av 

" Henry E elk SP Co r Alameila 

" Walter D elk SP Co r Alameda 
ALSOP see also Allsopp 

■■ Alex W (Margaret A) city guide r 2476^4 
Post 

" Thos M mailer r 512 Van Ness Av 
Alspaugh Vern welder r 1486 Pine 
.\i6ton H W ins r 734 Bush 
Alstrand Alfred elk Edw Brown & Sons r 

Berkeley 
Alstrom Andrew P (Hilda) seamn r 1411 San 

Bruno Av 
.\lsup Chas contr r 613 Buchanan 

" Earl (Edith) cond r 332 Arlington 
Alt Elmer A (Gertrude) mach r 1340 Page 

" P'rank M (Dorothea) mech r 530. 3d Av 

" Leslie E (Clara B) asst cashr Am Nat Bank 
of SF r 1778 Hayes 
Alta Apartments 1270 McAllister 

" Apartments 2751 Clay 

" Bag Co 1181 Howard 

" Casa Apartments 807 California 

" Co auto supplies 417 Market 

" Drug Co 701 Oak 

" Hotel 165. 3d 

" Roofing Co 180 Jessie 

" Sierra Gold Mining Co 240. Ist 

" Silver Mining Co Mills Bldg 

" Slide & Film Co 1028 Market 
Altanilrano Jos A hosenm SFFD r 345 Waller 
Altamont Court Apartments 1610 Sutter 
ALTAHONT HOTEL. C J Clemens prop, 3048 

16th, tel Park 7626 
Altfayer Henry with B S Flatte r 1372 Pine 

■• Rnchael (wld Philip) r 1372 Pine 
Alted Furniture Mfg Co 1222 Sutter 
Altemore W M Mrs r 918 Fulton 
Alien Edna N (Alten & Richardson) r 1640 
Union 

" Garry G (Edna N) mgr Cal Bowling Acad- 
emy r 1640 Union 

" & Richardson (E N Alten C L Richardson) 
stationery 1640 Union 
Altenberg Elsie E (wld Geo E) r 1662 Grove 
Altenburg August B (Pauline) dept mgr White 

House r 32 Carl 
Altenheim Wm assmblr r 3503. 23d 
Alter Fred S (Laura) mgr r 904 Pine 

" Harry K with Shreve & Co r 904 Pine 

" Herman (Zipporah) clothing 689 Howard r 
362. 2d Av 

" Marcus (Sophie) mgr Progress Printing Co 
r 60 Moss 
Alterlund Oliver tailor r 1200 Geary 
Alternus John (Loretta) bkbndr r 87 Pleasant 
Alters John (Edith) lab r 3.36 Dolores 
Altersberger Jacob (Helen) sausage 1451 Halght 
AltHeid BenJ salsn Cal Notion & Toy Co r 129 
Carl 

" Danl r 610 Frederick 
Althaus Walter (Stella) cond r 1620 Halght 
Altheimer Jerome elk r 1660 Sacramento 

" Sarah (widow) r 1660 Sacramento 
Altheis Daniel lab r 761 Howard 
Alther Robt J (Mary) corks and bottles 1893 

Ellis 
Althof & Bahls printers 330 Jackson 

" Roily with J Allen Jackson r Hotel ^[Inster 
Althorpe Ashworth R (Irene) mech r 4156, 22d 
AlthoB John chntmkr r 3538, 17th 
Althouse Alvah F (Anna I shlpwkr r 458 Arleta 

Av 
ALTHOUSE-McAFEE CO (Inc) W L P Alt- 
house pros. E W Mc.\foe sec-mgr. Ins 
brokers. 60410 Flood Bldg, tel Sutter 2296 

" Wm L P (Mary Kl Althouse .M<Afee Co t 
2150 Hyde 
Altieri Emma Mrs tailnress r 1200 Waller 

" Frank J (Winnie) hlpr r 1101 O'Farrell 

" Louis (Amelia) mech r 671. Uth Av 

•' Louis A chauffr r 2265 Union 
Altlmira Jose (Marie) cafeteria 2751 Mission 
Alting Effle niirse r 2306 Ilnion 
Altland Edwin N (Daisy B) r 662 Cole 

" Helen L copyholder r 662 Cole 
Altman Aaron director of art Pub School r 2298 
Green 

" B M cashr Royal Ins Co r Sausallto 

" Carrie widow r 324. 15th Av 

" Esther (wld Chas S) r 533 Arguello Blvd 

" Ira dep mgr M Friedman & Co r 324. 16th At 

" John C (Bess G) (Goldman & Altman) atty 
r 2367 Washington 

" Mark iMInnie) ins broker 311 California r 
1161 DeHaro 

" Rebecca R (wld Wm) r 3810 Sacramento 
Altmansberger Wm H (Cora) Inspr r 58 Albion 
AJtmayer Abraham (Rebecca W) r 3641 Jackson 

" Blanche Mrs r 505 Geary 

" Hugo pre» Farnsworth Electrical WkR r 3041 
Jackson 



PACIFIC FOUNDRY COMPANY 



18th and Harrison Sts. 



Phone Mission 1105 



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ALTMAYER 
" Leo collr Fainsivorth Elec Wks r 3M1 Jack- 
son 
" Moses W treas Lewis & Co and mcr Aruo- 
naut Club r 421 Powell 
Alto BuildillK 381 Bush 
Alton Hotel 175. 6th 

" Newell R musician r Lankershlm Hotel 
ALTON THOMAS, eenl mcr San Francisco 
Breweries (Ltd), 240, 2d, r San Mateo 
" Thos W salsn M Stulsaft Co r 108 Webster 
Altonen Abel J (Amanda) lab r 261 Ripley 
Altoona Hotel 340 O'Parrell 

" Quick Silver Co 333 Kearny 
Altorfer Jean chauffr r 1387 Valleio 
Altpcter May V (wid Edw A) r 46.3 Wilde 
Altree Arthur C (Eleanor) mpr r 1492 .Larkln 
Altschul Bertram C salsn r 6.30 Hayes 
" Gerald W salsn r 1255 Masonic 
" Rlchd r 1405 Van Ness Av 
" Rudolph C (Kate) salsn r 761 Turk 
Altshuler Henry I mining eng r 3370 Clay 
" Levi r 1350 Sutter 
" Saml (Mary) baker r 696 Fulton 
" Saml (Josephine) miniug r 3370 Clay 
" Sol artist r 807 Fell 
Alumni Association College of Physicians and 
Surgeons CoileEC Bide 14th nr Valencia 
" Assn of St iRnatius Univ 2211 Hayes 
Aituras Apartments 3110. 16th 
Aitvater Carolyn B hkpr r 3784, 20th 
" Edw I (Independent Press Room), r Sausa- 
lito 
ALTVATEH W F & CO, real estate, 2565 Mis- 
sion, tel Mission 5026 
" Wm F (Matilda T) (W F Aitvater & Co) r 
607 Castro 
Aluisette Alfred sausaKemkr r 670 Broadway 
Alull Wm tailor r 1712 Bush 

ALUMINUM COMPANY OF AMERICA, alum- 
inum in all forms, Wm C Lynch mgr, 
Rialto BUlg, 116 New Montgomery, tel Sut- 
ter 4101 
ALUMINUM COOKING UTENSIL CO (New 
Kensington, Pa) E T Grove dist mgr, 
"Wear-Ever" domestic and hotel cooking 
utensils. Monadnock BUlg, tel Sutter 4.190 

ALUMINUM GOODS MFG. CO. 

(Manitowoc, Wis), Alex Rannie mgr, "Mir- 
ro" and "Viko" cooking utensils and spe- 
cialties, 693 Mission, tel Sutter 6291 

" Products Co 593 Market 
ALUMINUM SEAL COMPANY, Wm C Lynch 
mgr, bottle caps, Rialto Bldg, 116 New 
Montgomery, tel Sutter 4101 
Alvard Ernest C musician r 252. 11th 
Alvarado Antonio (Lucretia) dentist r 719a 
Grove 

" Apartments 606 Post 

" Cinriano r 316 Guerrero 

" Fred shipwkr r 2425. 24th 

" John J lab r 316 Guerrero 

" Jose A (Lucretia) mech dentist r 719 Grove 

" Lawrence mtrmn r 2425. 24th 

" Peter L cashr Cook & Co r Oakland 

" Salt Co 16 California 

" Sarah (wid Tirsol r 2425. 24th 
Alvares IMacido r 1012 Harrison 
Alvarez Adam D (Mary) mgr r 051 Eddy 

" Anna D L (wid Albert) mgr M A Gunst 
branch r 1446 Cole 

" Antonio with Bank of Cal N A r 2840. 25th 

" Eugene waiter r 773 Broadway 

" Felix lab r 611 Pacific 

" Fredk mech r 2454 Gear.v 

** Gabrlello vrtdow r 920 Carolina 

" Guillermo (Sophie) contr r SfiO Broadway 

" Harold H Dentist 177 Post r 3837 Clay 

" Henry (Dolores) mach r 2154 Howard 

" Laura r 949 Jackson 

" Luis S (Pac Forwarding & Clearing Co) r 
1831 Waller 

" Ruth r 951 Eddy 

" Victoriano (Elisa) r 1631 Waller 

" Vincent (Manuela) lab r 1120 Kearny 

" Walter C (Harriet) phys 177 Post r 3837 
Clay 

" Justine candymkr r 529 Fell 
Alvers Frank (Julia) r 1144 Mariposa 

" .las watchmn r 558 Natoma 
Alverson Herbert L (Alice) cashr A T Bailey 
r 114, 9th Av 

" Jessie stenog Western Farm Credit Co r 810 
Bush 

" Martha (wid Jos) r 2208. 15th 

" Peyton G elk Am Nat Bank of SP r 2031 
Baker 

" T gripmn r 1790 Pine 

" W Brlnkley elk Anglo & London Paris Nat 
Bank r 2031 Baker 



ALVERSON WM W 

mgr Pac Dept New Brunswick Fire Ins Co. 
North River Ins Co, Riclimond Ins Co and 
United States Fire Ins Co, 266 Bush, r 
2031 Baker 
Alves Agnes M tchr Pub School r 3388 Clay 
" Cvpriano C mach r 39 Bumside Av 
" David S printer r 805 O'Farrell 
" Edwin cigars 27 Jackson r 3.tO Drnmm 
" Emily (wid Jos S) r 3685. 17th 
" Fred (Theresa) r 855 Hampshire 
" Helen A bknr Pac Mfg Co r 641 O'Farrell 
" Henry L chemist US Appraiser r 855 

Hampshire 
" Jack M (Helen) auto repr 355 O'Farrell r 

641 OTarrell 
" Manuei (Mabel) driver r 1082 Capp 
" Rose Miss r 3685. 17th 
" Ventura J (Rose) baggagemn r 611 Grove 
Alvev Chas D ins r 901 Bush 
Alvlgl Louis (Carlotta) painter r 180 Lisbon 
Alviu Apartments 170 Duboce Av 
" Apartments 1560 Hyde 
" Harry (Helen) salsn r 2716 California 
" Harry O r 1025 Oak 
Alvis Archibald G with Travelers Ins Co r Oak- 
land 
Alvlso Adolph J metalwkr r 1972 Sutter 
" Luella (wid Frank) r 220 Banks 
" Peter painter r 3997. 18th 
Alvord A Don salsn Leslie Judge Co r 825 Bush 
" Alice J (wid Chas) r 70 Shore View Av 
" John H sec mgr Great West Cattle Loan Co 

r Oakland 
" B M dept mgr Genl Elec Co r Oakland 
" Vernon M teller THE FIRST NATIONAL 
BANK OF SAN FKANOISCO r Berkeley 
Alward V Lee v-pres .Simmons Co r Kenosha 

Wis 
ALZAMORA JUXIUS C, pros Snpei-Gloss .Mfg Co 
and mfg chemist, 1091 Mission, tel Market 
18. r 1238, 37th At 
Alzlna John (Julia) lab r 2511^^ Howard 
" Lorls R (Lillian) salsn Pac Motor Sup Co 
r 851 Haight 
Amadei Ansano fruits 1532 Fillmore r 3160 Sut- 
ter 
Amador Antonio porter r 727 Howard 
" Central Railroad Co 593 Market 
** Domingo A lab TJ3 Customs r Oakland 
" Lumber Co Buss Bldg 
" Vincent (May) electn r 824 Valleio 
Amalgamated Paint Co H L Greene mgr 24 
California 
*' Trading Co importers 2 Pine 
Amand A r 1150 Sutter 

" Frank (Josephine) tailor r 356 Naples 
Amandas Vernon architect r 1229 Ellis 
Amandola Peter cook r 462 Walnut 
AMANN, see also Ammann 
■' Eugene J (T.llllan E) (Smith & Amann) r 

Fairmont Hotel 
" Lillian E Mrs Christian Scientist 166 Geary 

r Fairmont Hotel 
" Wm E mgr Galena-Signal Oil Co r Piedmont 
Amantea Frank barber 267 Columbus .^v r 534 

Broadway 
Amarai Antonio (Jessie) hlpr r 38 Pomona 
" Guilherme A sec Portuguese Consul r 1051 
Taylor 
Amable Jose (Concepcion) tchr music r 1286 

Pacific 
Amncher Henry (Mary) prop Mascot Hotel t 
1090 Howard 
" Jacob (Bertha) r 4210, 18th 
" John Ironwkr r 481 Minna 
AMADEI. see also Amedeo 
Amarai Guilherme A sec Consul Portugal 345 

Front 
Amark Babetto (wid Fredk A) r 811 Shrader 

" B F (Lea O) carp r 1805 Steiner 
Amarosa Fillpo lab r 2000 Newcomb Av 
Amatl Bettina sec Sherman Clay Co r 1449 
Leavenworth 
" Kathcrine (wid Felice) r 1449 Leavenworth 
" Phyllis M sec Sherman Clay Co r 1440 
Leavenworth 
Amaya A A r 1051 Post 

" Clem F (Emma) tmstr r 844 Treat Av 
Ambassador Apartments 1053 Bush 
.4mbek Christian r 2489 Harrison 

" Laurence C ironwkr r 2489 Harrison 
Amber Leon (Bay) tailor 195 Ellis r 1114 Cole 
" Maude (Blake & Amber) r 973 Market 
" Saml (Rose) fitter r 380. 16th Ay 
Amberg Casper (Florence) (Amberg & Metzger) 
r 6 Dodge 
" Clarence (Evelyne G) mach r 71 Ord 
** Jos (Caroline) mech r 1454 Hayes 
" Jos (Elizabeth) barber r 211 Gough 
" Otto W (Delia) lab r 133 Henry 
" Wm J (Emma A) leatherwkr r 277 Oak 
" & Metzger (C .\mberg O Metzger) restaurant 
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AnibiTKL-r Antonio I Matilda : 

Wisp & Co r 253d Dolorrs 
Amberson AlKot flremn SF Brew r 174, 14th 
Ambertlne Marian JanltrcsB I'ub School r 1502 

0th Av 
Ambler Arthur B mfrs aet 4C1 Market r Mill 
Valley 
•■ Archer C (Besslel r 1645 Hyde 
•• lieni (ElUa) r 2008 Lnrkln 
" BeiiJ Jr (MarKaretl salsn r 2010 Larkln 
•• Geo A Hawkins phys 210 Post r 1411 Sac- 
ramento 
" Madeline A Jlra comp r 1025 Bush 
" Raymond (Madeline A) easmkr r 1025 Bush 
Ambos R J r 860 Bush 

Ambrn Antone (Grace) painter r 412 Anderson 
AmbrldEe Marearet B (\vld Fredk C) r 1308 

Taylor 
Ambrlska Mathlas (Mary) ftrenin r 434 Vlcksbure 
AmbroElo Jos (Ernesta) lab r 5 Saturn 
Ambrose Albert (Luella) bldr r 370. 30th Av 
" Alfred F (Josephine) elk Hercules Powder 

Co r 2040 Hyde 
" Clarence A (Elma) cond r 2714 Folsom 
" Debs A molder r 2248 Fulton 
" Florence B r 924 Clayton 
" Henry M (Mabel A) collr Am Ry Ex r 1639, 

nth Av 
" Jas A lab r 2758, 21st 
" Jas r 1033 Pace 
" John (Rose) mach r 2106 Folsom 
" Josephine B tchr Pub School r 1033 Paee 
" Mary r 829 Hayes 
" Philip (Mary F) salsn r 68 Curtis 
" Saml r 948 Mission 
" Teresa Mrs fitter r 835 Octavia 
" Thos E (Florence B) mer Valleio Disposal 

Co r 024 Clayton 
" Wm elk SO Co r 263 Eureka 
" Wm C drftsmn John Reid Jr r Berkeley 
" Wni E molder r 2248 Fulton 
" Wm F Mrs r 1427 Larkin 
" W N cashr Fed Res Bank r Oakland 
Ambrosetti Emilio chef r 1551 Quesada Av 
Ambroslni Glacomo (Delucchl & Ambroslnl) r 
31 Silver Av 
" Peter (Ancellna) bollermkr r 230 Ney 
Ambroslo Deo flshwrman r 1064 Quesada Ay 

" Emma B Mrs r 1141 Larkin 
Amhrust Phillip elk r 3909, 17th 
AHBRUSTER, see also Armbruster 
Amhuhl Andrew salsn Federal Electric Co 

" Martha Mrs r 1624 Geary 
Ambulia Ella cook r 30 Pleasant 
Amburg Antone seamn r 55 Duncan 
Amburson Gustave mach r 2339 Market 
Amechazurra Luis de with Am Finance & Com 

Co r 440 Eddv 
Ameedalidis Timothy cnfe 1.12, 3d r 156, 3d 
Amellngmcyer Henry (Hedwlg) finisher r 153a 

Alpine Ter 
Amend Geo B elk Am Ry Ex r 190. 27th 

" Jacob J (Elaine) police r 190. 27th 
Amendt Marv (wid Emil) tailor 8Vj, 29th r 

3331. 28th 
Ament Albert H (Rhoda) r 128 Lacuna 
■• Geo R elk r 1434 Jones 

" Oroville E salesmcr Conuuerclal Auto Co r 
Oakland 
Amer Alice G (wid John D) r 1136 Ellis 
AMERICA-JAPAN TRADING CO, R K Iserl 
mcr, importers, exporters of ceneral exports, 
sole acents Jlvudo, Shibutant & Co, Osaka, 
Japan, 149 California, tel Kearny 1886 
Americas & Orient Co 112 Market 
AMERICAN ABRASIVE METALS CO, Pacific 

Materials Co, 525 Market. (See page 67) 
AMERICAN AFFILIATED PETROLEUM COR- 
PORATION (Inc), 840843 Pacific Bldg, tel 
Douglas 1509 
" Adiustlnc Assn 201 Sansome 
" Alliance Ins Co 210 ,Sansorae 
■■ .\rubulnnce Co 140 Central Av 
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MARINE INSUR- 
ANCE CO, auto ins, Chas J Okell & Co 
Kenl acts, 201 Sansome 
AMERICAN APPRAISAL CO THE (Milwaukee 
Wis) H R Bracken mgr, 816 Amer National 
Bank Bldg, tel Sutter 2045 
" Art Metal Wks 13 Grace 
" Art Works 112 Market 
" Asbestos & Mfc Co 58 Sutter 
" Asbestos Products Co 58 Sutter 
" Asiatic Tradlnir t^o 444 Market 
•• Attnos Corj) 405 California 
" Autoniallc Lock & Lift Co (Cal Wall Beds) 
72 Fremont 

AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE IN- 

SURANCE CO, H R Grouse mgr California 
branch, Rotunda Mills Bldg, tel Douglas 

AMERICAN AUTO PAINTING CO, S R Bram- 
hnll mgr, painting, trimming and body re- 
pairs. Van Ness Av at Eddy, tel Prospect 
4206 



AMERICAN 

iUMERICAN BANx"N0TE COM- 

PANY, engravers and lithographers, First 
National Bank Bldg, tel Garfield 361, H F 
Hinckley Pacific Coast representative 

" Bankers Assn 1 Monlcomery 

" I'.arnuTu Co chemicals Harvey de L Cebrlan 
mgr 57 Post 

" Beet Sucar Co 625 Market 
AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, A Welsey MeU 

Paclllc Const sec, 122 .Mc.Ullster 
AMERICAN BISCUIT CO, Ritchie L Dunn ores 
and mgr, K C Pell asst mgr, cor Battery 
and Broadway, tel Douglas 100 

" Board of C<in\inlBKioners for Forelcn Mis- 
sions (Cong) Phclan Bldg 

" Biiudinc Co 433 Callfornlii 

" JtoniliTic & Casualty 341 Montcomery 

•• Book Co nub 121. 2d 
AMERICAN BOSCH MAGNETO CORFOBA- 
TION, Ignition, lighting and starting sys- 
tems, 1262 Post bet Van Ntjss At and 
Franklin, tel Prospect 735-736 

" Bottllnc & Soda Water Co 264. 9th 

" Box & Drum Co 639 Front 

" Brake Shoe & Foundry Co of Cal Call BldB 

" Brass Mfc Co 731 Folsom 

•' Bulldinc Maintenance Co 406 Flood BldB 

" Bureau of Shipping 1 Drumm 

AMERICAN CAN CO. 

mfrs tin cans and sheet iron ware, japan- 
ners, lithographed cans and metal signs. 
Pacific district office Mills Bldg, 10th floor 
general offices 120 Broadway, New York 
City, 

" Cash Grocery 14fl,) Larkin 

" Cast Iron Pipe Co r<m Market 

" Catholic Foreign Mission (RC) 1911 Van 



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AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE 00. Ben] 

Goodwin mgr Pac Dept, 241 Sansome 
AMERICAN CHAIN CO (Inc) (Bridecport. 
Conn) C W Moody rep, weed chains and 
iron chains, I'aclBc Bldg, tel Sutter 4710 

" Chemical Works 1030 Folsom 
AMERICAN CHICLE CO. S T Britten Pac 
Coast mgr, manufacturer of chewing gum, 
735-749 Battery, tel Douglas 1036 

" Clear Sales Co 411 Market 

" Circular Ix>om Co (N Yi Lewis E Sperry 
rep 126 New Montgomery 

" Cltv Bureau 465 California 

" Club 252, 6th 

" Cleaning & Dyeing Wks r ."iCO Balboa 

" Coin Register Co 681 Market 

*• Commerce Assn Pacific Bide 

" Commission on Irish Independence Prank P 
Walsh chairman 1095 Market 

•■ Concrete Co 785 Market 

■• Concrete Pile Co 9 Main 
AMERICAN CREAM TARTAR CO., 624 Cali- 
fornia, tel Kearny 871 

" Credit indemnity Co Ins 465 California 

" Decoratlnc Co 348 Hayes 
AMERICAN DENTAL GOLD CO., Ertw H. Cos- 
crlff mcr. sole distributor SHREVE & 
COMPANY'S dental cold and solders Shreve 
Hide. 210 Post, tel Sutter 6238 
AMERICAN DIAMALT CO, Edward M Bauer 
Sales mgr, 742 Mkt, td Kearny 4840 

" District Telecrnnh Co 1,''>0 Post 
AMERICAN DREDGING 00, Marshall C Barria 
pres Nicholas R Harris sec, 255 California 

" Druccists Syndicate 109 Townsend 

" Dvplnc & Cleaning Wks 16,14 Market 
AMERICAN EAGLE FIRE INSURANCE (of 
New York) E Allan sec. Insurance Ex- 
change Bide, 433 California, tel Kearny 
1900, City Dept, Harry W Nason mcr, 441 
California „„„ 

" Electric Motor Co F H Schlalch mgr 092 
Mission 

" Electrical Engineering Co 1723 Polk 

" Electrical Works 612 Howard 

" Employment Acency 763 Howard 

■■ Eucravinc and Color Plate Co 109 New 
Montcomerv 
AMERICAN EQUITABLE ASSURANCE CO, 22 
Leidesdorff 

" Estates Co 58 Sutter 

'■ Expoitcr Ailv 16 California 

AMERICAN EXPRESS CO. 

Financial, Foreign Shipping, Travel, Mar- 
ket at 2d _ 
AMERICAN FACTORS, LIMITED (Honolulu) 
P A Drew, Mgr San Francisco Branch, 
Alaska Commercial Bldg, 310 Sansome, tel 
Sutter 790 

" Farms Co 255 California 

•' Fashion Co 085 Market 

" Federation of Musicians 68 Halcht 



CRYSTAL GELATINE CO. 

FAIRFAX AVE. and RANKIN ST. see Page 90 



Pure Food Gelatine 

For All Purposes 



Phone Mission 807 



ZELLERBACH PAPER CO, 

BATTERY STREET AT JACKSON, SAN FRANCISCO 



AMERICAN FELT CO. John H Kiii 

tlve, 519 Commerclul Bide 833 Market, tcl 
Keorny 1621 

" Film Co A M Bowles lURr a85 Market 
AMERICAN FINANCE AND COMMERCE CO 
(Inc) Adolfo Stahl ores. Donald Llndo 
v-pres and cenl mer. J A Stahl and L A 
Stahl v-pres. B Goldfish treas. Wm Meyer 
asst treas. E S Holler sec. importers, ex- 
porters and commission. 150 California, tel 
Sutter 4357 

" Flower Wks 348 Hayes 

" Foresters Hall 172 Golden Gate At 

" Foresters Review 1435 Octavla 
AMERICAN FORGE CO. Jos Eastwood pres and 
nier, penl blncksmlthinc and steel forc- 
ing, well boring and drilling tools, ham- 
mered steel shoes and dies. 25-37 Tehama 

" Gasoline Co 343 Sansome 

" Glove Co 822 Mission 

AMERICAN GLUE COMPANY 

Glue. Gelatine and Sand Paper. Fairfax At 
and Rankin, tel Mission 807 (See pa^e 90) 

" Gold DredKing Co Sharon Bide 

" Grates Cheese Co 84 Clay 

" Hall Capp and 20th 

" Hardwood Floor Co J F Rcnstrom Mgr 1422 
Franklin 

•• Harp & Novelty Co (P P Await) 883 Market 

" Hat Co 833 Market 

" Haw SS Co Williams Dimond & Co agts 310 
Sansome 

" Hog Co. Croclter Bide 
AMERICAN HOME FURNITURE CO, From Fac- 
tory to Consumer. We specialize In beds, 
springs and mattresses, 1081 Mission, tel 
Market 6269 

" Hotel 718 Howard 

" Ice Machine Co The 58 Sutter 
AMERICAN IMPORT CO (Inc) THE, S J Krae- 
mer pres. T L Brennan sec-treas. importers 
of European and Oriental manufactured 
products, mfrs ladies' underwear, chil- 
dren's dresses. 16-2S, 1st, tel Kearny 2007 
AMERICAN INDEMNITY CO (of Galveston. 
Texas) T P Strong gen act. Holbrook Bldg. 
58 Sutter, tel Sutter 1374 
AMERICAN INDEMNITY EXCHANGE. E L 
Kendall genl mgr. Automobile Insurance, 
441-448 Call Bldg. tel Sutter 8053 

" Institute of Architecture 77 O'Farrell 

" Institute of Banking 126 Post 

" Insulating Co 58 Sutter 

" Investment Co Mills Bldg 

" Kron Scale Co 430 California 
AMERICAN-LA FRANCE FIRE ENGINE CO 
OF CALIFORNIA, F R Van Rensselaer 
v-pres and branch mgr. J F Noonan. V H 
Brown and C A Taber sales reps, 151 New 
Montgomery, tel Sutter 984 

" Ladv Corset Co 28 Geary 

" Laundry Co 148 Erie 
AMERICAN LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO (Inc) 
The. Pacific Sales division Jos Shoemaker 
sales mgr. laundry and dry cleaning ma- 
chinery, laundry supplies. 416-418 Mission, 
tel Douglas 1631 

" League Placement Bureau for discharged 
service men 826 Flood Bldg 

" Lesion of California Flood Bide - 
AMERICAN LINE, T H Larke pass agt, 650 
Market, tel Garfteld 1055 

" Livestock Co 625 Market 

AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE CO. 

(N Y) Norman B Livermore Sc Co ren 1306 
Merchants Nat Bank Bldg. 626 Market 

" Machine Wks 39 Tehama 

" Magneslte Co 681 Market 

AMERICAN MANGANESE 

STEEL CO. I W Plant mgr Oakland 
Works, steel castings, 522 Insurance Ex- 
change Bldg. 433 California, tel Sutter 1644 
AMERICAN MARBLE AND MOSAIC CO. office 
25-59 Columbia Sq near Folsom. bet 6th and 
7th. tel Market 5070. factory on water 
front South San Francisco, tel South San 
Francisco 161 

AMERICAN MARINE PAINT 

CO. J M Botts pres. Mfgrs Anti-corrosive. 
Anti-fouling and copper paint, 149 Califor- 
nia, tel Kearny 470 
" Masonic Federation (Inc) 1278 Market 
AMERICAN MERCANTILE CO. S Glaser pres. 
import, export and commission. 510 Bat- 
tery, tel Kearny 1707 
AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE INSUR- 
ANCE CO (Marino Dept) Chas H William- 
son PariHc Const mgr. 322 California, tel 
Sutter 441R 
" Middy Co 1110 Geary 
" Motor Repair Co 1303 Post 



AMERICAN MULTIGRAPH SALES CO. THE. 
J A Whiting IJlv mgr. Ml I'ucllic Bldg. tel 
Sutter 1149 

AMERICAN MUTUAL LIABILITY INSURANCE 
CO (Boston) Norman S Ucsseltlno dlst mgr. 
810-817 Balboa Bldg, 503 .Market, tel Kear- 
ny .•i202 

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK BLDG, Philip 
S Carlton mgr. 485 Oiillfornta. cor Mont- 
gomery 

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. P E Bowles chair- 
man of the board. G N O'Brien pres. Rus- 
sell Lowry v-pres, I H Sanborn T-pres, G M 
Bowles cashier, L E Alt. M C Gibson and 
H A Estabrook asst cashiers. American Nat 
Bank Bldg. California and Montgomery 

" National Bank Safe Deposit Vaults California 
and Montgomery 

" National Ins Co of Galveston Phelan Bldg 

" Optical Co 140 Geary 

" Order of Clansmen 1112 Market 

" Oriental Co Kohl Bldg 

" Pacific Co Importers Mills Bldg 

" National Red Cross (Bureau of Supplies) 862 
Mission 

" Packing Co 18. 13th 

" Pad & Paper Co (Reld & Gllmartln) 444 
Market 

" Net and Twine Co 443 Mission 

" Paper Goods Co (Kensington Conn) W D 
Brooks rep 444 Monadnock Bldg 

" Petroleum Co .343 Sansome 
AMERICAN PHARMACAL CO (Inc) C A Selfert 
pres-geni mgr. E R Chambers v-pres. D D 
Campin sec. whol drugs, 1307-9-11 Claus 
Spreckeis Bldg. tel Sutter 4708 laboratories 
2439-43 Sutter, tel West 6601 

AMERICAN PHOTO PLAYER 

CO. Sherman Clay & Co sales agt, 109 Gold- 
en Gate Av 

" Photo Player Sales Co 109 Golden Gate Av 
AMERICAN PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS 
CO. 638. 4th 
" Pleating Co 212 Stockton 
" Pool Hall 80 Ellis 
" Printing Co 641 Mission 
" Printing Machinery Co 80, 3rd 

AMERICAN RADIATOR COM- 



radiators and ventilating apparatus, 
cleaners, stationary and truck type. Branch 
show-room and warehouse 2d and Town- 
send, tel Kearny 6680 

AMERICAN RAILWAY EX- 

PRESS CO, general offices 2d and Mission, 
branches Embarcadero foot Mission, 1250 
Polk. S P Depot 3rd and Townsend. stables 
617 Folsom, supply department shops and 
^arag;e 63G Folsom 
" Railway Express Co (no mark bureau) ril, 2d 
" Red Cross Pacific Division Flood Bldjr 
" Red Star Animal Relief 211 Balboa Bide 
AMERICAN REDWOOD CO. R J Lone y-pres, 
mfrs and dealers In redwood and pine lum- 
ber, redwood R R ties, tanbark. shakes, 
shingles, etc, 407 Balboa Bldjr, tel Sutter 
3229 
" Registered Pharmacists Pacific Bldg 
" Recistered Pharmacists' Journal (monthly) 

Pacific Bldff 
" Rescue Workers 2fi44 Howard 
" Ribbon and Carbon Co 525 Market 
" Rine Co Rialto Bide 

" River Consolidated Development Corp 45 
Kearny 

AMERICAN ROLLING MILL 

CO OF CALIFORNIA THE, H Stevens 
pres-genl mgr, rust resisting "Armco" 
American Ingot Iron Products, 10th and 
Harrison, tel Market 3495 

" Rubber Mfg Co 350 Market 

'■ Safety Razor Co 603 Mission 

" Sales Agencies Co 112 Market 

AMERICAN SALVAGE CO. 

Marine brokers and auctioneers, goods sal- 
vaged for account fire marine insurance and 
warehousemen. 953 Mission, tel Kearny 
3452 and Sutter 6896 
" Sampson phys 1)1{)~ N«ie 

chool of Music 088 Hayes branch 1015 Cle- 



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Sutter 6191 

Shale & IVtrolenni Co Itivllioa Bldg 

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Tel. Doug. 573 

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AMERK AN 
" ShipinusliTS Asmi of the ratlllo Coast 112 

Market 
" Sllclnc Machine Co (Chlcaco) 630 Mission 
" Smelter Securities Co 465 California 
" Society fur Civic and Social Economy Hearst 

lilili: 
■• Society for Thrift 4r>0 Flood lililc 

AMERICAN SODA FOUNTAIN 

CO. A G Whittemore mpr. mfrs of and 
dealers in soda water apparatus and 
bottlers' supplies and bottling machinery, 
680 Mission, tel Sutter 1759 

AMERICAN STANDARD OIL BURNER CO, 
manufacturers Simplex Crude Oil Burners, 
factory anil offices 5th and I'nrkcr. West 
Berkeley, city ottice I MontEomery 

AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO, F S Phelpa 
sunt, llllh and Folsom, tel Sutter 2500 

AMERICAN STEVEDORE CO, Hueh J McPhee 



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AMERICAN SURETY CO OF NEW YORK, R D 
Wddon Pac Coast mcr. 276 Bush, tel Gar- 
lield 1800 
" Tank & rumi) Co 404 Golden Gate Av 
AMERICAN TAF AND DIE CO (GreenAeld. 
Mass) E B Sutton & Co rep. 508 Mission, 
tel DouElas 1540 
" Taximeter Co 142S Bush 
" Tent & Awnins Co 12S4 Mission 
AMERICAN THERMOS BOTTLE CO, C E Carl- 
son branch mer. 1026-1032 Mission, tel Mar- 
ket 77.51 
AMERICAN THREAD CO THE (Inc) Geo 
Schenck Jr mgr, mfrs Cotton threads, 67 
Sansome, tel Kearny 3082 
" Tin Mlnlne Co Kohl Bide 
" Tire Repair School 1509 Broderick 
" Tobacco Co 1 South Pk 
" TradinE Co 244 California 
AMERICAN TRANSMARINE CO (Inc> CS T) 
J. W. Stiernstedt Pac Coast mcr, enelneers 
importers and exporters. 334 Rialto Bide, 
tel Garfield 158 
" Trayel Bureau 685 Market 
AMERICAN TWIST DRILL CO, Charles A Dowd 
Sales Co, Pacific Coast representatives, 320 
Market, tel Douglas 4725 
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS CO. John S 
Pinnev mgr, type and printers' supplies, 
820-S22 Mission, tel Sutter 1950 
" Uniform Co 636 Market 
" Vulcnnlzlni: Co 3236 Mission 
" Vineyard Co 58 Sutter 
AMERICAN WELL WORKS (Aurora. Ill) >yeU 
drilling machinery (Cnl Hydraulic En- 
ElneerlnK & Supply Co) 70-72 Fremont 
AMERICAN WOODWORKING MACHINERY 
CO. Rochester N. Y. AVm B Jacobv mcr, 
525 .Market, tel Kearny 2314 
" Woolen Mills Tailoring Co KS3 Market 
•• Wo<.len & Trimming Co 2241 Mission 

AMERICAN WRITING MA- 

CHINE CO (Inc.), C E Gleason mgr, type- 
writers, typewriter supplies, ribbons, plat- 
ens, repairing, typewriters rented, 606 Mar- 
ket, tel Douglas 649 (See Page 162) 
AMERICAN WRITING PAPER CO (Holyoke, 
Mass) George L Rodier Pac Coast solr. 
"The world's largest producers of fine 
papers," 503 Market, tel Sutter 4370 
Anierotti J r 857 Filbert 
Ames Albert J (W D Sheldon & Co) r Berkeley 

" Alden (Maude) Asst Dlst Atty Jfllls Bldg 
r 302S Clay 

"Br 120 Webster 
AMES BENJ H. auditor Sperry Flour Co, 332 
Pine r Alameda 

" Beni H Jr elk Hvnms & Mayers r Alameda 

" It Frank (Margaret) carrier PO r 3614 Army 

" Brewster F (Katherinc) atty Chronicle Bide 
r 220T Dlvlsadero 

" Bryan M (Lucile) asst mer r 120 Webster 

" Burton R cook r 279, 13th 

" Carol H (Alma) r 1486 Waller 

" Chas K (Emily) cond r 640 Noe 

" Chester elk J R Hanlfy Co r Oakland 

" Clarence with Firestone Tire Co r 1050 Cal 

" C L Mrs r 406. 35th Av 

" C S mach r 617 Plymouth 

" Dale I) elk SO Co r Berkeley 

" Dorothy stcnog r 1835 Sutter 

" Bdw mach r 4540 San Bruno Av 

" Elllaton R musician r 386 Geary 

" Elmer R geologist C H Beal r B62. 42d Av 

" Ernest P F pres Pac Co-operative League r 
Snusallto 

" F Gerald stenoK, Toledo Scale Co r 2207 
Dlvlsadero 
AMES FLETCHER v-pres Ames Harris Neville 

Co r Oakland 
AMES FRANK E, pres National Ice Cream Co, 
3B0 Guerrero, r San Mateo 



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" Frauk M ISarah) i 

Co r 2500 Green 
" Harriet M (wid Fred R) elk r 1837 Oak 

AMES EABBIS VE7TLLE CO. 

mfrs bag, tents, awnings, importers bags 
and burlap, oil clothing. Smith & Dove Mfg 
Co's bag twines, 100-126 Potrero Av, tel 
Market 6100 (see right side lines and page 
37) 
•' n U elk Cal Pkg Corp r Oakland 
" Isabel tchr Pub School r 3605. 20th 
AMES JAMES H. pres-trcas Ames Harris Ne- 
ville Co r Oakland 
" ,Ies8lo (wld Geo) r 3793. 10th 
" Jos H diamond setter 704 Market 
" Katherlne (wid Nicholas) r 997 Dolores 
" Laura Mrs r 625 Bush 

" Louis G (Alice) National Elec Co r 80 Boyce 
" Martha J missionary r 458 Castro 
" N C widow r 997 Dolores 
" Oscar D elk Am Rv Ex Co r 147 Park 
" Robt M (Genevieve) chauffr r 24 Linda 
" Supply Co type\vriter platens 507 Mission 
" SVm R pres W R Ames Co r Los Altos 
AMES W R 00 W R Ames pres. successors to 
Ames-Irvln Co mfrs Al Surface IrrleatloD 
Pipe, Bolton orchard heaters, 8th and Ir- 
win, tel Market 3815 
Amhurst Apartments 238 Leavenworth 
Araick Rlchd L with SP Co r 28 Cabrlllo 
Amldeo Paula (Josle) Ibr r 3936 Sacramento 
Amido Severe (Josie) waiter r 1263 Mason 
Amidon John E (Annie) pkr r 111 San Jose Av 
Amigo Beatrice (G B Amlgo Co) r 885 Union 
" G B Co com 221 Washington 
" Henry r 1802 Anza 

" Saml H (Louise H) elk S Robinson & Co r 
1227, 14th Av 
Amine Carlos musician 1204 Mason 
Amiot Armand D (Mary E) salsn r 3475, 28th 
Amiraux Volney H elk SP Co r San Bruno 
Amiss Percy A r 3048. 16th 
Amity Oil Co 1 Montgomery. 
AMMANN See also Amann 

AMMANN ADOLPH, with "Your Hatter" Fredk 
W Anmiann, 72 Market, r 20 Franklin 
" Arthur A salsn Fredk W Ammann r Lark- 
sptir 
AMMANN FREDERICK W ("Your Hatter." 
Fred Ammann) 72 Market, tel Douglas 4598 
" J mach r 193. 4th 
" Jos A (Elsie L) salsn Ault Wlborg o r 2242 

Polk 
" Werner v-pres Cal Supply Co r 738 Folsom 
" Wm (Catherine) painter r 513. 5th Av 
Ammen Robt S miner r 312 Mason 
Ammerman Harry r 440 Hyde 

" Pansy M r 991 Valencia 
Ammon Chas B (Lena) salsn r 1287. 37th Av 
Ammurlec Lillian tchr music r 990 Geary 
Amner Harry W (Ethel) chauffr r 110 Gough 
Amok Gold Mining Co Kohl Bldg 
Amols John salsn Weinstock-Nichols Co r Hotel 

Harcourt 
AmoratlE Jas restaurant 139. 6th r 135, 6th 
Amore Chas elk Frledburg-(3runaur Co 

" E r 134 Duboce Av 
Amorea Antonio (Antoinette) lab r 3268 Folsom 
Amorosa Club 30th and San Jose Av 
Amoroso Domenlca (Angelina) mstr mar r 1254 
Kefirny 
" Frank (Rosle) r 141 Dtmcan 
" John (Amoroso & Dito) r 139 Duncan 
" Jos (Rosa) shoemkr 3275, 22d r 157 Wlnfleld 
" Ralph P r !)9 Clover 

" Theresa (widow Philip) r 2000 Newcomb Av 
" & DIto (J Amoroso N DIto) dyers & cleaners 
1965 I'olk 
Amos Chas (Mary) lab r 911 Lagtifta 
" Edw C (Mary A) carp r 951 McAllister 
" Ertw T chauffr r <)51 ArcAUister 
" Elizabeth P (wld John J) r 1484 Clay 
•• John r 2084 Mission 

" Nadlne H stenog Cal Barrel Co r 721 Post 
'• Oliver H electn r 951 McAllister 
" Wm H r 2727 Jackson 
Amostiga Edovlca r 1045 Vallelo 
Amphlett Horace W with Call & Post r San 

Mateo 
Amrnth Mary E tchr Pub School r 1000 Union 
Amrehn Hans (Theresa) baker r 1491 Shotwell 
Amrock Frank J lab r 1248 Eddy 
" Mae elk Mayer & Welnshenk r 676 San Jos* 

Av 
" Patk J lab r 876 San Jose Av 
Aiusden C assembler Ford Motor Co r 1781 Turk 
Amsel Martin 1! barbers supplies 1134 Market r 

657 Ashbury 
AMSINCE O & COMPANY Inc (N T) B A 
Cannlizo mgr, (r B Caryl asst mgr. Im- 
Twrters and exporters 60 California, tel 
Douglas 5210 
Amsler Adolf (Amsler & Creyer) r 653 Sacra- 



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Watchmakers, • Jewelers, • Opticians 715 Market St., abOVe Third St. 



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telephone: mission ISI 

1387 VALENCIA ST. at 2Sth 



AMSLER 

" Chus L auto mech r 150 Montana 

" Chas S (Margaret) sheetnittalwkr r 150 
Montana 

" Ethel H knitter r 3240. 22d 

" Harry (Mabel) waiter r 615 Cole 

•' John R r 100 Montana 

'■ Warearet G r 150 Montana 

" Sanil A metalwfcr r 150 Montana 

" Sheet Metal Works ISO Jessie 

" & Creyer (A Amsler & L Creyer) butchers 
1990 Polk 
Amsone Jos (Trinidad) painter r 280 Lobos 
Amstein Jessie S (wid Arnold H) r 1784 Church 

" Rudolph E elk r 1784 Church 
Amsterdam Benj musician r 1524 Golden Gate Av 

" Maurice S musician r 2059 Market 

" Max B Jr musician r 1224. 7th Av 
Amundsen liemhart (Beatrice! r 211 Castro 
Amundsen Lizzie (wid Chas R) r 2026 Folsom 

" Nels (Tlllie) rigger r 214 Harkness 
Amundsen Louis mtrmn r 357, 7th Av 

• Benj seaman r 4631. 18th 

" Louis (Christine) mtrmn r 357, 7th Av 
Amwcg Fredk J civil engr 244 Kearny r San 

^lateo „„,^ ,,, . 

Amwvl Geo B (Nettie) steward r 2262 Mission 
Anabie Rosa G (wid Albert F) dressmkr r l-'iO 

Broadway 
lAnaclch F F agt r 605 Montgomery 
Anacortes Lumber & Box Co 
Anael S V Mrs r 440 Post „ ,^ 

Anagnostu Konstantinos J grocer 1996 Golden 

Gate Av 
Ananiantz Martin (Ella) stationery 1101 Stanyan 
Anasson H cook r 88. 6th 

Anast Thos barber 1801 Folsoni r 222 Clinton Pk 
Anastasl Antone barber r 1938 Mason 

" Antone whsmn 3429. 20th 

" Frank (Lorenza) grocer 347 Union 

" Frank (Lena) lab r 376 Onion 

" Frank P (Tcssle) lino opr r 382 Union 

" Geo r 384 Union 

" Jos (Frances) barber r 384 Union 

•■ Nicholas r 384 Union 
Anastasla Antone (Fanny) foremn r 3429, 20th 
Anastasladis Peter cook r 936 Kearny 
Anaetasopoulos Nicholas (Mabel E) waiter r 

2294 Fulton 
Anasto Gustav r 117. 4th 
Anawalt Jessie C (Albertina) salsn r 
guello Blvd 

Anava Manuel presser r 354 Hickory 

" Rudolph lab r 84b Stillman 
Ancell Henry W (Olga) painter 
Av 



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Anchell Felice elk Wm W Alverson r 2899 Wash- 
ington 
" Jos (Addle) mfts agt 833 Market r 2899 
Washington 
Anchlck Frances Mrs r 730 Anderson 
Anchor Cap & Colsure Corp Harry Mills west- 
ern mgr 268 Market 
■' Commercial Co wiping rags 1669 Folsom 

ANCHOR - DONALDSON LINE 

(Montreal-Glasgow) Cunard Bldg. 601 Mar- 
ket. SW cor 1st. tel Sutter 6720 

" Prug Co 609 Columbus Av 

" House 495. 3rd 

ANCHOR LINE 

(New York-Glasgow), Cunard Bldg, 501 
Market SW cor 1st. tel Sutter 6720 , ,_ 
ANCHOR PACKING CO. L T Fox pros. J 1' 
La Barrnque sec. wholesale calf dlrs and 
butchers. 149 Clay, tel Sutter 13-t5 
" Packing Co steam pkg 682 Howard 
ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE. 
.Snn Francisco Bodies No 1. Van Ness Av 
and SuttcT. R B Allen sec 
ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITK. 
California Bodies, Chas JclUnek sec 1859 
Geary 
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. .John Fal- 
coner permanent sec. 316 rhronlcle Bin;:, 
tel Douglas 3289 
" Order United Workman Hall 548 Haight 
Ancion Amellc Mrs r 1840 Stciner 
Ancker Abraham (Rachael) sec Marks Bros T 
Fairmont Hotel 
•• Louts E (Phoebe) barber r 1630 Sacramento 
Ancon House 452 Drunim 
Andnsol Enrlqetta ctgarmkr r 1274 LTnion 

" Teresa Mrs r 1274 Union 
Andel Fredk A (Elizabeth) 352a Shotwell 

" Fredk Jr mach r 352a Shotwell 
Andeniard I*on A (Theresa) driver r 594 Valen- 
cia 
Andeno Enrico (Louisa) peddler r 1720 Grant At 
Ander Amv Mrs r 685 McAllister 

" B B r 685 McAllister 
Anderberg August (Annie) tinner r 1620. 9th Av 

■■ & McCaron 1998 Polk 
Anderegg Dewey F r 2315 Mission 
" Emma widow r 2315 Mission 
" Jas r 22 Dartmouth 



Aiiilerhaidcn Jos t Wm Tell House) r 663 Clay 
Andcrholm Ax(.i A baker r 4381. 25th 
•• Lars baker r 4381, 25th 
" Lars E silversmith r 4381, 25th 
Anderie Jos C (Anna) r 608 Elizabeth 
Anderlinl Anton (Mary) giasswkr i i012 Keith 
■• Edith M nurse r 1140 IMne 
" G A lab Bd of I>ub Wks r 2012 Keith 
" Julia typist r 2012 Keith 
ANDERS, see Andres and Enders 
" Albert A (Mary A) elk r 4388, I7th 
" Albert L (Sarah) Jeweler r 141 Lower Ter 
•• Carl mach r 1147 Treat Av 
" Geo T (Margaret) porter r 4368, 17th 
" Anders Herman (Ottliiie) mach r 2030%, 

22d 
" Nina r 977 Clayton 
ANDERSEN, see Anderson. Andresen and En- 
dersen 
" Albert lab r 352 Cumberland 
" Alfred P (Anna) Ironwkr r 352 Arleta Av 
" Amlel carp r 1737 Scott 
" Andrea hsekpr r 920 Sacramwito 
" Andrew (Johanna) tailor r 1157 Dolores 
" Andrew C (Una) dept mgr r 367, 12th Av 
" Andrew C C baker r 77 Cumberland 
" Andrew E (Christina) lab r 15 Peralta Av 
•■ Anna (wid Nels E) r 638 Paris 
" Anton (Christina) ironwkr r 1061 Laguna 

ANDERSEN A & CO. CAU- 

FORNIA, r K Hitching v-pres, A B Moul- 
der treas, shipping importers and export- 
ers, 242 California, tel Douglas 2446 

•' Arthur (Marie) mstr mar r 1040 Howard 

" Arthur Jr elk r 487 Guerrero 

•' Arthur K bkbndr r 487 Guerrero 

" Arvld (Elsie) mstr mar r 116 Noe 

•• August mate r 712 Fillmore „, „ „ 

" Bros (I'eter & Herman) painters 2513 How- 
ard 

•' Carl (Olhey) salsn r 1082 Union 

" Chas (Henrietta) janitor r 144 Key 

" Chas lab r 421 Precita Av 

" Chas J tmstr r 2023 Folsom 

" Chas O sec American Shipmasters' Assn of 
the I'nc Coast 112 Market 

" Chris lab r 6 Goodsell PI 

" Chris A elk PO r 711 Glrard 

" Christ (Mary) blksmith r 768 Clementina 

" Christ (Marie) carp r 27 Fontain 

" Christian (Annie) prop Florence Hotel r 
3161. 16th 

" Conrad H cook r 235 Mateo 

" Edw C (Rose) mason r 1737 Scott 

" Blisa nurse r 1366 Sacramento 

" Elizabeth elk r 447 Lisbon 

" Einil platehangw r 1414 Fillmore 

" Erik (Marie) carp r 2307. 23rd 

" Erllng nietwkr r 421 Precita Av 

" Elsie M stenog r 2225 Fillmore 

" Estelle stenog r 638 Paris 

" Finn contr r 1941. 15th 

" Florence stenog r 1366 Sacramento 

" F O mach opr r 1067 Hanover 

" Frank hlpr r 1037 Clay 

" Frank seamn r 222 Bartlett 
•• Fredk V (Caroline) painter r 527 Frederick 
" Fritz J W (Cecilia) (Pac Structural Iron 
Wks) r 95 Scott „ ^ „ , ^ 

" Geo I (Jennette) sales mgr Globe Grain & 

Milling Co r 833 Ashbury 
" Geo R elk r 81 Sanchez 
" Grover A sales mgr Elec Appliance Co r 

Oakland 
" Gustav foremn Standard Stevedoring Co r 

7 Mission 
" Gustavo (Loretta) lab r 1005 Golden Gate Av 
" Hans (Hattle) r 261 Carl 
" Hans (Rosa) mstr mar r 951. 14th 
" Karl (Maria) painter r 2969 Sacramento 
" Harry A mill mgr Globe Grain & Milling 

Co r 920 Anza 
" Harrv G baker r 77 Cumberland 
•' Harry P (Sarah F) bkpr r 455V4 Sanchez 
" Honrv (Christine) rigger r 127 Whittler 
" Henry (Christiana) seamn r 39 Cowden 
" Ilenrv seamn r R.SOOa, IRth 
" Henrv (Dagmar) mstr mar Northern Coml 

Co r 1467 Church 
" Henry J elk Phoenix Assurance Co r Sau- 

salito 
•' Herbert elk J Andersen r 3251. 21st 
" Hwman (Inger) (Anderson Bros) 
" Irene stenog r 638 Paris 

" Jacob K (Ida) cementwkr r 145 Majestic Av 
" Jas (Katherlne) garage 1727, 15th r 3251, 

21st 
•■ Jas C (Mathe) Janitor r 1366 Sacramento 
" J M r 2290 Fulton 
" Jonas (Martha) rigger r 447 Lisbon 
" Julius (Anna) chauffr r 282a Guerrero 
" Lauritz J (Sophie) mach r 470 Campbell 
" Lena B tchr Pub School r 920 Anza 
" Llla Mrs r 4R0 Ellis 
" Louis r 242 Joost At 
" Lonlse (wid Frank V) r 68 Woodland At 



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ANDERSEN 
• MaK"U8 A pilot SK Bar IMIots r Oakland 
*' Maria (wld Chas) r 920 Anza 
" Marie (wld Carl) r 22(i Laldley 
" Marclu lab r 825 Howard 
■■ iMartlD (LUa) mstr mar r 2290 Pulton 
" Martinez (Hazel) painter r 1171 Guerrero 
" Maurice (Hannah) hdw 34 Leland At r 40 

Delta 
" Meyer & Co Ltd 310 California 
" Nick (Dagmar L) foreman r 2184 Market 
■' Niels lab r 746 Clementina 
" Niels A (Ellen) driver r 862 Guerrero 
" Ole Mrs r 2980. 21st 

" Ole (Christina) varnisher r 114 Manchester 
" Ole (Josephine) r 60 Delano At 
" Oluf (Caroline) lab r 88 Ledyard 
" Peter r 661 Valencia 
" Peter r 2815 Howard 
*' I'eter (Jensen & Andersen) r 46 Jackson 
■■ Peter lab r 18 Peralta At 
" Peter (Alice E) mstr mar r 4888. 19th 
" Peter (Carrie) lab r 421 Preolta At 
" Peter (Pearl) mar ene r 1268 DeHaro 
" Rudolph (Lulu J) painter 550 Valencia 

r 9 Dehon 
" Sophie (wld John) r 213 Vicksburj; 
" Sveere (Frieda) rigger r 501 Eolph 
" Theo A (Barbara) mach r 1325. 12th At 
" Thos F salsn r 444 Munich 
" Tborwald (Theresa) lab r 07 Harold At 
" Walter B (Avis) comp r 4340 California 
" Wra baker r 191514 Divlsadero 
" Wm (Lucille) mach r 730 Powell 
" W R patrolnm Morse De-tectlTC and Patrol 

Service r 1125 O'Farrell 
Anderson A & Son (G S and E C) Jewelers 717 

Market 
" A B bkpr Kclley-Clarkp Co 
" Ada Mrs r 1886 Filbert 
" Ada J r 3421 Sacramento 
" Adele bkpr W S VanCott & Co r 800 Cole 
" Adier (Rita) plledrvr r 622. 29th 
" Adolph r 30 Porter 
" Adolph glasswkr r 2815, 16th 
" Adolph D (Angelina) r 201 Sussex 
" Adolph L r 8 Godeus 
" Adolph O lab r 695 Utah 
•' Agnes stenog H J Gute & Co r 2433 Clement 
" A I Mrs r 835. 19th At 
" Albert r 1050 Capp 
" Albert elk Wells Fargo NeT Nat Bank r 

125 Ord 
" Albert elk Bancroft Whitney Co r Oakland 
" Albert (Mary) cook r 1238 Bills 
" Albert drftsmn Assoc Oil Co r 61 Parker 
•' Allwrt miiocr r .W. sntli 
" Albert Mrs r 2852 Mission 
" Albert (Margaret M) mar eng r 320. lOth At 
■' Albert mtrmn URR r 924 I'residio At 
" Albert (Elmn) painter r 331 Richland At 
" Albert (Bertha) refreshments 500. 4th r 121 

Coleridge 
" Albert (Alice) tmstr r 240 Randolph 
" Albert E elk r 788 Hayes 
" Albert E (Christine) elk r 125 Ord 
" Albert G supt factory Schussler Bros r 1690 

.Sacramento 
" Albert H (Sidney) mach r 449, lOth At 
" Albert O (Eda) r 620. 21st At 
•' Alberta M r 734 Clayton 
" Albln photogr r 369 Oak 
■■ Al E elk r 480 Ellis 
" Alex (Grace) Inb r 7S6 Arcuello Blyd 
" Alex waiter r 1141 Stockton 
" Alex C (Alexandtrina) carp r 4408. 20th 
" Alex H (Olga B) civ eng r 2228 Grove 
" Alex J shoemaker 583 Halght 
•' Alfred with J Barth & Co r 1020 Guerrero 
" Alfred ene r 21 Costa 
" Alfred (Louise) with PG&E Co r 1353 

Broadway 
" Alfred (Tilda) flremnn r 21 Costa 
" Alfred (Ada) lab r 189'.4 BonTlew 
" Alfred (Isabel) ratrmn r 327S. 24th 
" Alfred (Lena) painter r 76 Wolfe 
" Alfred B (Florence) pres Cal Transp Co r 

1001 Pine 
" Algot (Maria) oiler r 174, 14th 
" Alice (wld Victor) r 1371. eth At 
" Alice Mrs r 1120 Hyde 
" Alice Mrs milliner r 240 Randolph 
" Alma ti-1 opr r 1373 Clay 
" Altn Mrs r 1120 Pacific 
" Alva V. salsn I! M Morris Co r 1700 Bush 
" Alva M stenog r 4220. 2eth 
" A M imnortcrs r 2548 Fillmore 
" A M salsn r 411 O'Farrell 
" Amanda V (wld Ernest) r 718 Excelsior At 
" Amy A r 426 Edinburgh 

" AndiTS K (Ellen) mstr mar r 1S49 Howard 
" Anilers E ptrnmkr r 232 Charter Oak At 
" Andrew r 171 Langton 
" Andrew r 1840 Howard 
" Andrew r 2879 Bryant 
" Andrew (Emelie) bakery 2225 Fillmore 
•' Andrew nirp r 23 Ilnrrlneton 



ANDERSON 
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" Andrew elk THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

OF SAN FRANCISCO r Oakland 
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" Andrew (Bertha) mtrnin r 424 Geneya At 
*' Andrew pkr r 820 Church 
*' Andrew (Beilly) shpftr r 240 Duncan 
*' Andrew C (Anna) driver r 37 Clover 
" Andrew F electrn r 25 Brazil Av 
" Andrew G lab r 381% Minna 
ANDERSON ANDREW H CALIFORNIA LANDS 

OFFICE, investments and Insurance. 1217 

Hearst Bldg 
" Andrew H (Andrew H Anderson California 

Lands) r 1260 California 
" Andrew H ofllce mer Geo Wills & Sons r 

Berkeley 
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" Andrew P mining eng 882 Market r Oakland 
" Andrew P (Mary E) waiter r 378. 3d At 
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" Andrew V (Sophie) bldr r 826. 28th At 
*' Andrew W acct H W Johns-Manvllle Co r 

555 Bush 
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" Anna elk SP Co r 88 Polk 
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" AJina waitress r 125 Freelon 
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" Anna A Mrs r 2327 Bryant 
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•' Anna J elk SP Co r Oakland 
" Anna M (wld Henry) r 2970 California 
" Annie r 12(>5 Masonic Av 
" Annie (wid Andrew) r 201 Gates 
" Anton r 235. 14th 
" Anton (Ida) carp r 378, 1st 
" Anton lab r 830 Folsom 
" A Otto plumber r 529 Falcon Av 
" Archibald A (Anderson Heating Co) r Oak- 
land 
*' Archibald B dean SF Normal School r San 

Rafael 
" Arthur elk r 240 Duncan 
" Arthur elk Anglo London Paris Nat Bank p 

313 Wilder 
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•• Arthur seamn r 222 Bartiett 
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" Arthur E elk R N Nason & Co r 3137 Wash- 
ington 
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947 Bush 
" Arthur L civ eng Interstate Commerce Com 

r Burlingame 
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" Arthur W chauffr r 566 Paris 
" Arthur W eng H J Brunnier r Berkeley 
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"AS tobacco 579 California r Oakland 
" August r 1033 Sanchez 
" August lab r 175. 6th 
" August carp r 1261 Rhode Island 
" August (Mary) mstr mar r 999 Elizabeth 
" August (Aima) vulcanlzer r 4373. 25th 
" August G (Annie L) floorlj-r r 30 Surrey 
" Aug R (Mary) lab r 218 RajTnond At 
" Augusta (wld Chas K) r 1504 McAllister 
" Augusta C JIrs r 2507 Pine 
" Augusta E (wid Henry H) r 2500 Union 
" Aurie J elk SP Co r 1889 Oak 
" Axel r 851 Kearny 
" ^Vxel Inb r 1377 Folsom 
" Axel (Anna) piastr r 714 Broderick 
" Axel seamn r 782 Harrison 
" Axel B (Hilma) carp r 478 Anderson 
" Axel B (Jennie) piano mover r 371 Crescent 

At 
" Axel G r 480 Bills 
" Axel N (Doris) carp r 747. 45th At 
" Axel R lab r 714 Broderick 
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Central At 
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son) r San Rafael 
" Bert (Mathilda) messgr r 110 Bosworth 
" Bertram S (E Alice) with Dunham Carrlcan 

& Hnyden Co r 736d Stanyan 
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top lines and Page 88) 
" C A mattresBmkr r 074 Valley 
" C C elk Halns Jones & Cadbury Co r 1220 

Lamina 
" Carl can) r 1031 Fillmore 
" Carl carp r 574 Valley 
" Carl (Christina) carp r 290 Moultrie 
" Carl decorator r 1730 Polk 
" Carl A mach r 2114 Union 
" Carl A elk r 3576a. 20th 
" Carl E cabtmkr r 3369 Sacramento 
" Carl E with SP Com Service Eec LeaBue r 

Oakland 
" Carl E (Mary) baker r 1678 Sacramento 
" Carl r bide siipt PG&E Co r 1349 Vallejo 
" Carl P elk SP Co r 640 Turk 
" Carl G (Marie) carp r 332 Charter Oak Av 
" Carl G (Mia) ene r 1339 23d Ay 
Carl H elk r 3137 Washlneton 
Carl J (Jennie) mtrmn r 871 Crescent At 
Carl J (Bertha) seaman r 931 Shot well 
Carl S (Nellie) baker r 3416. 26th 
Carl W (Vendela) mach r 3137 WashlnEton 
" Carlyle G drftsmn r 2153. 15th 
" Catherine (wid Victor) r 1629 San Bruno Av 
" C F carp r 988 Howard 
" Chas r 129 Julian Av 
" Chas lab r 2043 Howard 
" Chas (Annie) lab r 341 Hermann 
" Chas (Siene) carp r 211 Vicksbursr 
" C^has carp r 236 Presidio Av 
" Chas (Fannie) carp r 616 Linden 
" Chas (Hcnrlette) carp r 1235. 24th 
" Chas elk r 239. 3d 

** Chas (Martha) mstr mar r 1052 Sanchez 
" Chas refreshments 18 Embarcadero r Oak- 
land 
" Chas tailor r 959 Valencia 
** Chas (Svea) shoes 2172 Market r 53 Landers 
" Chas A r 1129a Guerrero 
" Chas A r 334 Duncan 
ANDESSON CHAS A (Mary E) (C A Anderson) 
1387 Valencia, r 1383 Valencia 
" Chas A (Clara) r 961. 14th 
" Chas A with Craue Co r 1052 Sanchez 
" Chas A Jr with C A Anderson r 1383 Va- 
lencia 
ANDERSON CHARLES A & CO (New York) 
L W BrundaKe Pac Coast mer. Importers 
and exporters. American Nat Bank Bide, 
tel Garfield 1504 
" Chas A S ironwkr r 921 Minnesota 
" Chas C shlpftr r 1158 Key Av 
" Chas E r 3032 Clement 
** Chas E (Siena) (Brown & Anderson) r 211 

Vlcksbure 
" Chas B drueelst 4790 Mission r 426 Kdln- 

bure 
" Chas B (Judlty) r 211 Jersey 
" Chas B bkpr r 439 Texas 
" Chas E elk r 341 Hermann 
•' Chas E elk r 451. 25th Av 
" Chas B (Nellie) seanm r 1325 Kansas 
" Chas E watchmkr r 2445 Harrison 
" Chas B (Annie) lab r 446 Dlvisadero 
" Chas E (Battle) musician r 635 Frederick 
" Chas P r 202 Clipper 
" Chas P (Matilda) miner r 56 Clipper 
" Chas G cementwkr r 3784. 22d 
" Chas G (Amy) brklyr r 155 Wilson Av 
" Chas G (Helen) salsn C H Baker r 1101 Ellis 
" Chas H (Lillian) painter 2380 California 
" Chas H patrolmn Morse Detective and Patrol 

Service r 33 Powers 
" Chas J r 1477 California 
" Chas J (Anna) mech r 2316 Polsom 
" Chas J (May) boatbldr r 40 Harper 
" Chas J (Maria) seamn r 270a Clementina 
" Chas L craneman r 921 Minnesota 
** Chas O (Carrie) seamn r 67 Anderson 
" Chas 1' boxmkr r 121 Ward 
" Chas R (Marie) Indywkr r 71 Bemis 
" Chas S lab r 921 Minnesota 
" Chas V Anderson-Lundbeck Sheet Metal Wks 

r 200 Clement 
" Chas W sailmkr r 2708 Bryant 
" Chas W (Belle) mgr r 1210 Noe 
" Charlotte (wld August) grocer 3572, 20tli r 

3576a. 20th 
" Charlotte (wld John) r 329. 6th At 
" Chris r 551 Kearny 
" Chris A (Helen) elk PO r 2606. 21st 
" Chris B baker r 1358 Waller 
" Christ chauffr r 525 O'Parrell 
" Christ (Minnie) molder r 2(547 Polsom 
" Christ (Louisa) 8t«man r 29a Guy PI 
" Christian molder r 2647 Folsom 
" Christina (wld Martin) r 3536 Army 
" Christina F widow r 147 Clipper 
" Christina M Mrs r 228 Gates 
" Clara dressmkr r 615 Ellis 
" Clara G (wld John) r 2050 Union 
" Clarence L (Mary H) civ ene r 167. 5th AT 



ANDERSON CLARENDON W, attv -atlaw. 421 
I'"iist Nat Uauk Bldg. 1 .Montgomery, tel 

Sutter 3758, r Berkeley 
■' Clifford B (Edith) elk r 1943 Castro 
" Clifford C (Mary C) valvea and packing 112 

Market r 2460 Larkln 
" Clifford E with C A Anderson r 1383 

Valencia 
" Clifford L with SO Co r Oakland 
■' Clifton C (Clara) elk r 1218 Laguna 
" C M lab r 1212 Gough 
" Cora (wld Henrj) r 309. 29th Av 
" Cyrus A with Davles Turner & Co r Oakland 
■• D Mrs cashr Livingston Bros r 1225 Ellis 
" Dale S (Ellen) with SO Co r 1111 Stanyan 
" David L (Maria) cook r 4136, 23d 
" Deborah r 6074 Mission 
" Dora Mrs r 1302. 11th At 
" Doris M Mrs elovemkr r 685. 19th At 
" Dorothy J stenog Willys-Overland Pac Co 

r 81 Sanchez 
" Duncan (Marie L) chief chemist Smith 

Emery & Co r 575. 22d Av 
" B molder r 718 Howard 
" B A r 820 O'Parrell 
" B A Mrs r 965 Geary 
" E C r YMCA 
"EC Mrs r 120. 7th At 
" Earl Janitor r 274, 4th 
" Edgar L (Ida) salsn r 96 Carl 
" Edith stenog r 712 Glrard 
" Edith Mrs r 1947 Lyon 
" Edmond mach r 2S95 Howard 
" Edna elCT opr r 1453 Franklin 
" Ed'w ironwkr r 446 Dlvisadero 
" Edw cUc O'Connor Moffatt & Co r 2895 

Howard 
" Edw lab r 45, eth 
" Edw seamn r 4184, 24th 
" Edw C (A Anderson & Son) r Alameda 
" Edw (Bertha) forcmn r 710, 6th At 
" Edw E elk Sierra & SP Power Co r Berkelcry 
" Edw B r 466a Pell 

" Edw J (Florence M) mstr mar r 41 Octavia 
" Edw O (Eleanor) r 1729 McAllister 
" Edw W grocer 1812 O'Farrell r 1728 Geary 
** Edwin bkpr r 6 Roanoke 
" Edwin (Carolina) carp r 382 Eureka 
" Edwin A (Lillian P) salsn J B Crovrley r 

lO.",! Waller 
" Edwin C (Irene) mech r 154, 8th At 
" Effle Mrs r 220 Nevada At 
" Egnar (Florence) metalwkr r 52 Buena 

Vista Ter 
" Einar riveter r 228 Gates 
"EL (Maud) showman r 2018 Buchanan 
" Elizabeth (wld John) r 279 Randall 
" Elizabeth (wld Robt) r 3476, 20th 
" Elizabeth B Mrs r 1724 Hvde 
" Elizabeth S elk Singer Sewing Mach Co r 

2444 Fulton 
•' Ella L bkpr H P Prien & Co r 36 Buena 

Vista Ter 
" Ellen salsldy r 239 Parker At 
" Ellen M elk r 71 Bcmis 
" Elmer L (Alma CM) salsn r 3554. 17th 
" Elmer W (Marguerite) salsn r 614 Kirkham 
" Elsie L stenog Montoype Co of Ca) r I3.s 

Valencia 
" E M salsn r 352 Taylor 
" Emanuel (Wcndia C) carp r 36 Buena Vista 

At 
" Emella Mrs r 1225 BUls 
" Emil carp r 1737 Scott 
" Bmll ptrnmkr r 332 Charter Oak At 
" Emil seamn r 1.351 Minna 
" Emil K bkpr Wells Fareo Nevada National 

Bank r 720 Duhnoe 
" Emile Ironwkr r 22 Liberty 
" Emma widow r 161b Hartford 
" Emma (wid Geo) r 265 Jersey 
" Emma (wid John) r 30 (Joethe 
" Emma domestic r 1K30 Jarksnn 
" Emma C (wld Abraham) r 2153. 15th 
" Emma (wid Andrew P) r 25 Brazil At 
" Emma (wid Peter) r 1647 Jerrold At 
" Bmma L salsldy r 3851. 26th 
'* Emma L Dr chiropodist 222 Kearny r 1257 

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" Emma T stenog r 4220. 26th 
" Enoch r 252. 6th 
" Eric (Louisa) r 219 Concord 
" Eric B oiler r 450 Harrison 
" Erick A (Josephine) mtrmn r 122 Park Hill 

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" Ernest elk r 3137 Washington 
•' Ernest carp r 2815. 16th 
•* Ernest (Eleanor) mach r 117 Sanchez 
" Esther stenog Redllck-Newman Co r 313 

Castro 
" Esther typist SP Co r Oakland 
•' Ethel C milliner r 357ea. 20th 
" Esther A stenog r 3851. 26th 
" Esther C r 714 Eroderlek 
" Ethel C stenog Proyldent Life & Trust Co 

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•■ E\oia (Jenule) lub r IGlc Castro 

's ;::k|ire!is 305, UtL Av 
■■ F r 74U Cieary 
" t'ay J cUc r eoa Aahbury 
•• F B r 505 Geary 
" Feena Mrs domestic r 3001 Jackson 
. ?.'."'■'' ''"' *" ^^ Woolworth 4 Co r 1790 Pine 
t lijra S tihr rub School r SU4. 14th 
Flora hlcr r 1820 San Bruno Av 
" Florence bkiir Norman F Hall Co r 7. 22d 

2 Florence elk SP Co r 13U« Sacramento 
Frances dept nier Marks Bros r 134 Scott 
f ranees A steward ISL'4 Eddv 

■■ Frank boUermkr r 2381 Bryant 

•■ Frank r 2084 Mission 

■ Frank (Ruby) chauffr r 1791 Pine 
Frank iSophie) Ebisswkr r 117 Central Av 
Jrank carp r 1037 Clav 

•■ Frank seamn r 16 ^^^lltney 

Frank A rep Kellogg Spencer & Sons r 
Oakland 
". £""* -A- salsn E E GeorEe r 685. 19th Av 
Frank A (IngeborB) acct r 1379 Rhode 
Island 
ANDEESON FRANK B., pres Bank of CaUfornia 
N A, r San Rafael 
•• Frank D (Elizabeth) r 1460 Shafter 
.'.' I'""""," i 'Jfe,!'"^' T""' * S"B Co r 1824 Eddy 
Frank O (Edna S) seamn r 321 Moultrie 
Franklj-n L r 1151 Post 

■ Fred dept mgr Dally News r 623 Turk 
Fred seamn r 402a. 1st 

■• Fred bottler r 2965. 21st 

•• Fred (Karen I shoemkr 924 Presidio At 

Fred steamftr r 465 Mississippi 
• Fred waiter r 995 Folsom 
". fS'^'i B (Sigrid) firemn r 41 Alvarado 

Fred C stationer 1525 Fillmore r 3032 

Clement 
'• Fred E salsu H S CROCKER CO (Inc) r 

Oakland 
" Fred O (Margaret) electro plater r 851 

Atadrld 
"^ Fredk r 1648 Halght 

Fredk A elec eng US Emergency Fleet Com 

r Oakland 
" Fredk E r 736 Stanyan 

" Fredk R (Birdie) metalwkr r 671. 40th At 
" G Mrs r 1005 HoUlster 
" Garland tel opr r 2387 Bush 
'^ Geary salsn Sanborn Vail & Co r 1000 Bush 
Geo (Anderson-Smith Motor Col r Oakland 

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work, stoves and ranges, ll0-184 Steuart, 
tel Sutter 2217 

" Geo (Hotel Ralrdt r 157 Ellis 

" Geo cook r 236. 4th 

" Geo elk SP Co r 1444 Newcomb Av 

Geo (Anderson-Smith Motor Co) r Oakland 
Geo (Josephine) marblectr r 977 Folsom 
Geo salsn r 903 Pine 

" (3eo lab r 1008'/4 Treat Av 

(Jeo (Jane) mar eng r 894, 14th 

" Geo (Kate) lab r 2717 Mariposa 

.'." i,'''° IJ'Ttlia) rigger r 2540 San Jose Av 
Geo (May) mtrmn r 155 Mangels Av 
Geo A (Bertha) elk James-Force Co r 172 

•' Geo B reporter Retailers Creditor Asan of SF 

r (40 Shrader 
•■ Geo E waiter r 911h Folsom 
• (ieo F mar eng r 2276 Fulton 

Geo H lumber insp Ocean Lumber Co r 
Alameda 
" Geo H salsn Hlcks-Judd Co r 903 Pine 

• Gc, J mtrmn r 3702. 17th 
Geo J (Erlka P) r 369 Oak 

Geo R v-pres J O Ellis Forwarding Co r 

Berkeley 
Geo S (A Anderson 4 Son) r Alameda 

• Geo W elk Western Meat Co r 88. 8th 
(jeorgle Mrs hairdresser r 322(). 16th 
Gerhardt (Rose) foremn John Bollman Co 

r 1559 Folsom 
Gertrudo stcnog Foster & Klelaer r Altamont 
Hotel 
•• G L r 417 Stockton 

■ Gladys M milliner r 143 Brighton Av 
" Grace stenog r 698 Bush 

" Gunard electn r 30 Surrey 

'■ Ounnar elk Frawley Motor Co r 115, 11th At 

Gus lab 68 Clav 
" Gus carp 1370 Pacific 

Gus seamn r 627 Octavla 
'.'. !t"', <>'«''«') shipwright r 72 Dehon 

Gustaf lab r 650. 4th 
" Gustav cementwkr r 1227 DeHaro 

■ liustuv restaurant 05 Turk r 74 Turk 
GuslBv (Edith) tailor r 337. 3d Av 
Gustav R (Clara B) (Anderson Bros) r 429 

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.'.' /,'"»'ave (Christina) carp r 2330. 24th 

Gustave lab r 3242 Pierce 
., Gustave R (Lillian) seamn r 170 Vienna 

Gustave W mstr mar r 11 Coleridge 

•; H VliT ieW""''' "■'" ' "'" •"'^'"'"> 

H auto mech r 2403 Howard 

II polisher r 20.". Corbett Av 

H A mach r 472 Oak 
" Hale M lab r 1212 Gough 

Hamilton elk r 903 Pine 
;; Hammon A (Helen) elk r 800 Cole 

Hannah J (wld Henry O) r 1889 Oak 
.. Jl""' 'KIsa) tailor r 860 Elizabeth 

Hans C (Bertha) mllimn r 12 Sumner 
;; Hans H mech r 1417 Irving 

Hans (Augusta J) elev opr r 2825 Pine 

Hans P (Sophie) r 1417 Irvine 

Harold nurse r 134 Scott 

Harold (Florence) r 1373 Page 

Harold M llthogr r 1212 Gough 

Harold T mach r 2330, 24th 
" Harry blksmith r 67 Waller 
" Harry cook r 2737 Laguna 
' Harry cabtmkr r 1629 San Bruno At 
' Harry lab r 120 Embarcadero 

Harry (Marie) ladies' Ulior 371 Geary 

Harry (Eva) mgr r 1750 Mission 

Harry (Ruby M) mech r 360 (}ougb 

Harry (Julia) seamn r 309 Waller 
■ Harry F (Mary) musician r 143 Brighton At 

Harry J tmstr r 281, 14th 
" Harry L (Margaret) r 280 CFarrell 
.. S'^^'M,' '^■'''■a) Pleetn r 664. Dth Av 

Harry T cond r 666 Paris 
"!. S*"? ^ (Katherlne M) elk r 1729, lith At 

Hattie B grocer 509 O'FarreU r 656 CFarrell 

Hazel elk r 3827 Army 
" Hazel A Mrs stenog r 131 Albion 

H Bernard seamn r 68 Lynch 
'■ H Chester printer r 829 Castro 

Heating Co 224, 6th 

Helen B dietitian Fairmont Hospital lOSS 

" Helen M baker r 2647 Folsom 

Henry r 273, 4th 
" Henry bollermkr r 269, 6th 
" Henry G bkpr r 829 Castro 

Henry J (Esther) hosemn SFFD r 4 VlAa- 
burg •*-•»- 

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.. S^'\^^ ^ (Natalie B) mstr mar r 68 Lynch 
Herbert T elk r 12 Elsie *«"<ji 

" Herman waiter r 166a Albion 
" Herman eley bidr r 3546, 20th 
" Herman (OUvIa) marblewkr r 206 Corbett At 

H F real est 45 Montgomery 
" H Francis (Ida) r 1242 Sacramento 
Hilda (wld Albert) r 356 Wlnfleld At 
Hilda stenog r 770 O'FarreU 
" Hilda V stenog SO Co r 1190 Pine 

Hlldegarde M r 426 Edinburgh 
" Hlldur r 2728 California 
" Hlldur B r 1372, 6th At 
^ Hllnier A mach r 472 Oak 

HJalmar B (Anderson Bros) r 39 Alma 
HJalmer A (Agda) painter r 223, 28th 
H M baker r 261 Carl 
"HO carp r 227, 4th 

Hopley S (Florence) cond r 977 Clayton 
Howard N mach r 1109 Hampshire 
•' H R r 324 Casein Av 

H S elk Fed Res Bank r Olympic Club 
" Hugh elk SP <3o r OakUnd 
" Hugh D (Anna) tmstr r 16 Lyell 
" Hugo A elk Ansco Co r 30 Surrey 
" Hulda r 165 Noe 
_!' Rulda L elk Fed Res Bank r Oakland 

Hj-man (Eva) shoes 242 Bast r 276T Odden 

Gate Av 
Ida A stenog International Harvester Co i 
466 Mississippi 
" Ida B (wld Wm) r 912, 22d 
" Ida L r 146 McAllister 
" Idsl M (wld Alfred C) r 31S Wilde 

Ida R elk Goodwin Kiinger Mackay Co r 813 

Castro 
Ingwald G seamn r 41 AlTarado 
" Irene Mrs r 227 Parnassus 
■^ Irene M cashr WmikIIii & Little r ,1851. 26th 

Isaac (Annie) cementwkr r 702 Capo 
" Iver F elk r 166 Wilson At 

Jacob M: (Anna K) carp r 1612 Pacific 
II .Incob (Christina) carp r 867 Hampshire 
Jacob (Margaret L) salsn r 1462 Haight 
Jas r 456 Harrison 
" Jas eng r 4241, 21st 
" Jas (Mary V) asst eng r 4246, 21at 

Jas carp r 995 Folsom 
" Jas (Mary) lab r 1524 Treat At 
■■ .Ins inoch r 8(!3 Fillmore 



PACIFIC FOUNDRY COMPANY 



18th and Harrison Sts. 



Phone Mission 1105 



GENERAL >MACHINERY>AND< SUPPLY >COMPANY 

39-51 STEVENSON STREET, Sin Francisco, Calif. TELEPHONE (Frinte E>cbu(t) SUTTER 6750 

Agents, for. EVERLASTING -BLOW- OFF -VALVES'. POWELL -VALVES -Etc. 



ANDERSON 

'• Jas photojrr 333 Kearny and 123 Powell 

" Jas snlBn r 194 Eureka 

" Jas waiter r 1846 Larkln 

" Jas A (ab r 1343 Webster 

" Jas D (Airnos) waiter r 1519 Pacific 

" Jas E (Jennie) tmstr r 572. 40tli Av 

" Jas J (Anderson & Crowell) r 20, 12th 

" Jas H (Lillian) r 51 Vicksburc 

" Jas Harlow (Amelia V) E E Potter & Sons r 
119. 23d Av 

" Jas P (Anna E) mach r ,519 Moultrie 

" Jas P (Marie) mech r 121 Arlinetou 

" Jas W (Leota) v-pres Multlpho Corn r 1433 
Clay 

" J Andrew (Effie) enc r 220 Nevada 

" Jane I (wid John) r 426. 19th At 

" Janet (wid John) prop Stuart Arms Apts r 
55 Polk 

" J B r 207b Guerrero 

"JO ene Unit Const Co r Oakland 

" J C Mrs r 1694 Pace 

" J E r 1052 Sanchez 

" Jennie r 1703 Octavia 

" Jennie widow r 207b Guerrero 

" Jennie B (wid Thos) r 132 Clinton Pk 

" Jeremiah (Alice) tirocer 795 Hnieht 

" Jesse J (Edith) mer Tabulatinc Service Co 
r 1104 Taylor 

** J J nipr Rosemont Apts r 214 Haicht 

" Johanna (wid Chas) r 3320 Folsom 

" Johann A (Elisal r 3714, 20th 

" John r 94 Sanchez 

" John carp r 3098 Army 

" John mech r 902 Potrero Av 

" John watchmn r 3182, 2l8t 

" John Insp r 465 MisslBsippl 

" John (Ella) housemvr r 2641. 2l8t 

" John (Elizabeth) r 1162 Jackson 

" John (Ellen) baker 3109. 24th 

" John carp r 117 Madrid 

** John (Amanda) carp r 363 Prospect At 

" John cementwkr r 1742 O'Farrell 

" John (Gertie) ene r 3R27 Army 

" John (Ida) lab r 55 Godeus 

" John lab r 259, 7th 

" John (Jtary J) mstr mar r 4342. 18th 

" John mtrmn r 1370. 24th Av 

" John (Matilda) miner r 1277 Dolores 

" John pkr Crane Co r 1326 McAllister 

" John salsn J R Kulsman & Co r 939 Mission 

" John seamn r 55 Duncan 

" John seamn r 464 Silliman 

" John seamn r 4181. 26th 

" John (Christina) Steve r .3,37 Holloway Av 
" John A nurse r 1550 Fillmore 
" John A ironwkr r 75 Liberty 

" John A (Charlotte) ironwkr r 3528. 21st 
" John A (Huldah A) r 1373 Pace 

" John A (Amanda) bottler r 130 Preclta Av 

" John A (Mame) lab r 282 Clipper 

" John C (Marj) elk r 1318 Dolores 

** John E acencv supt Ins Co of NA r Berkeley 

" John B (Mathilda) cementwkr r 320 Wayland 

" John E (Ellen) mstr mar r 81 Alpine Ter 

" John E photocr r 424 Noe 

" John P (Madeleine) salsn r 1823. 8th Av 

" John G (Lillian) elk r 3380 Army 

" John J enc r 301 North Pt 

" John N r 695 Utah 

" John T (Geary Realty Co) r 50 Liberty 

" John W (Ida) lab r 406 Cortland Av 

" John W oiler r 2454a Bryant 

" John \V oiler r 1158 Key Av 

" Jonathan (Anna M) builder r 423. 16th Ay 

" Jos janitor r 2806V. Bush 

" Jos (Clara) mech r 2110a Baker 

" Jos buyer r 1278 Jackson 

" Jos E salsn C W Brown r 1122 Pine 

" Jos E auto repr r 201 Gates 

" Jos H salsn r 1820 Folsom 

" Jos P watchmn r 307. Ist 

" Jos W (Sidonle) salsn r 750 O'Farrell 

" Jos W tamales 3406. 26th r 11.30b Fillmore 

" Josephine (wid John) r 3047. 22d 

" Josephine C (wid Andrew P) r 140 Richland 

Av 
" Juanlta r 580 O'Farrell 
" Julian C (Callle) autorepr r 1694 Pace 
" Julius (Annie) lab r 282a Guerrero 
" Julius (Hannah) lab r 3062. 24th 
•• Julius (Marearet) locksmth r 3248 Mission 
" Justin hull insp US Eniereency Fleet Corp r 

Oakland 
" Karl G (Mia T) ene r 1339. 2.3d Av 
•' Karl M (Viola) Journalist Chronicle r 1281 

27th Ay 
" Kate widow r 57 Sycamore 
•• Kate (wid Frank) r i«i30a. 20th 
" Kate (wid Victor) r 1629 San Bruno Av 
•• Katherlne Mrs r 383. 5th Av 
" Katharine L Supt Community Day Nursery 

r 1015 Shotwell 
" Kathlnka (wid Chasl r 152 Elsie 
■■ Kenneth F optician r 829 Castro 
" Kenneth P (Kllzaboth) encr r 451. 20th 



\NDERSON 
" Konrad J (Marie) nii 
" Knut iJette) contr r 
" K R r 1K4 Valencia 
" L Mrs r 132 Julian 
" Lars P shoemkr r 747. 27th 
" Lawrence elk PO r 140 Richland Av 
" Lawrence A chemist r 130 I*recita Av 
" LawTence T (Frances) seamn r 3851. 26th 
" Lee r ,^30 DIvlsadoro 
" Lee (Martha) r 414 Broderick 
" Leith O (Lillian E) USX r 272 Anderson 
" Lena O (wid Nels) r 1109 Hampshire 
" Leslie A salsn r 1,30 Preclta Av 
" Leslie L Mrs r 900 Jackson 
" Lewis E (Hattle B) salsn r O,^ O'Farrell 
" Lewis L (Adella) r 1501 Post 
" lilburn B elk U S Customs 
" Lloyd H clev onr r 860 Elizabeth 
" Lloyd T elk Kercovich Clear Co r 157 Ellis 
" Lorents tanner 1470 San Bruno Av 
" Loretta A r 2647 Folsom 
'* Louis seamn r 1037 Sanchez 
** Louis carp r 761 Howard 
" Louis (Mary) Ironwkr r Roanoke 
" Louis C (Ellsc) butcher 3802. 22d r 3042 

22d 
" Louis R lab r 313 Tehama 
'* Ludwic carp r 397. 4th 
" Ludwiff watchmn r (>35 Mason 
" Lundbeck Sheet Mtal Wks 200 Clement 
** Lydia widow r 516b Natoma 
" LydIa (wid Wm) r 566 Paris 
" M hlpr r 1914 Sacramento 
" Mable M elk Western Meat Co r 1958 M< Al 

lister 
" Mfc Co 333 Kearny 
" Marcelius O (Millie M) r 13.34 Waller 
" Marcus (Freda) capt police r 60 Day 
" Marearet r 514 Bush 
" Marearet tchr Pub School r 2414 Dana 
" Marearet nurse r 10,55 Pine 
*' Marearet E elk Fed Res Bank r Berkeley 
" Marearet M r 1091 Bush 
" Mareuerite L r 424 Geneva Av 
" Maria A (wid John Fl r 2276 Pulton 
" Marinn stenoe r 1312 .Jackson 
" Marie (wid Nels A) r 1351 Minna 
" Marie S (wid Carl J) r 232 Charter Oak Av 
" Marie stenoe The Hale Co r 177 Pace 
" Mark M ins 1535 Van Ness Ay 
" Martin mtrmn r 66 John 
" Mary r 1018 Webster 
" Mary r 1925 (Joueh 
" Mary (wid Wm) r 148 Tiffany Av 
" Mar>- (wid John M) r 196 Clarendon Av 
" Mary steno Manhattan Elec Sup Co r 1312 

Jackson 
" Mary A r 2685 Howard 
" Mary C stenoe r 3123a Jackson 
" Mary B (wid Frank) r 711 Shrader 
" Mary F (wid Gustaf ) r 1430 Jackson 
" Mary T r 061. 14th 

" Mathilda (wid Andrew) r 239 Parker Av 
" Mathilda (wid Jacob) r 313 Castro 
" Matilda (wid Andrew P) r 518 Sanchez 
•• Matilda (wid Chasl r 3808. 22d 
" Maude artist r 77 Cumberland 
" Maude A r 1434 Jones 
" May bkpr r 1.520 California 
" May elk PT&T Co r 1064 Bush 
" May nurse r 1732 CJolden Gate Av 
" May M (wid Wm) r 4187. 17th 
" Mervyn H ins r 779 Clayton 
" M Godfrey (Mary) express r 670 Areuello 

Blvd 
" Michael carp r 329 Connecticut 
" Michael seamn r 337 Holloway Av 
" Mildred r 714 Broderick 
" Mildred L elk r 22 Johnston Av 
" Miller mtrmn r 670 Oak 
" Milton W (Ethel) IBrowntruck & Trailer Co) 

r 1921 Lake 
" MIna R dry eoods 3298 Sacramento 
" Minnie (wid Simon J) r 506 Ashbury 
" M S r 1678 Sacramento 
" M W r 189 Commonwealth Av 
•' Myrtle bkpr r 1373 Clay 
" Myrtle A J stenoe Wm Spielbere Co r 437 

Texas 
" Myrtle B Mrs r 1240 Green 
" M>Ttle V actress r 779 Clayton 
". N Miss r 125 Alma 
" Naomi tel opr r 152 Elsie 
" Neil (Mary) r 751 DIvlsadero 
" NeU lab r 370, 3d 
•' Nels seamn r 340 Sanchez 
" Nels A salsn r 1225 Ellis 
" Nels P (Anderson & Rinerosel r Oakland 
" Nicholas Ironwkr r 816 Kansas 
" Nils (Anderson & Holmberc) r Oakland 
" Nils mtrmn r 21 Costa 
•• Nita corsets Phelan Bide r 580 O'Farrell 
•' Norman S cond r 560 Paris 
" O A mech r 020. 21st Av 
" Olnf (Ellenl cooper r 712 Glrard 



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-MANUFACTURERS OF- 



BRUNSWICK BILLIARD TABLES 767-769 Mission St. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 

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33-35 MINNA STREET 

TEL. SUTTER 2070 



ANDERSON 
" Olaf mach r 2990. 2l8t 
" Olaf tanner r 2730. 24th 
" Die (Jfav) drlvpr r 2(<nn. 2l8t 
" Olga stenog r 4377, 25th 
** Olea stenoc International Harvester Co r 

4G5 JflsBiMlDDl 
" Olca E stenoK Watson & Taylor r 1529 Jack- 

" Olof A painter 3977. 17th 

" Orrin oik r 516 O'Farrell 

" Orval (Anna) Dorter r 25 Cook 

•• Orvllle B (Eva E) r 2931 Fillmore 

" Oscar elk r 1225 Ellis 

'■ Oscar (Hllma) lab r 1761 Howard 

•* Oscar mstr mar r 2295 Geary 

" Oscar millwright r 193. 4th 

" Oscar (Edith) r 3848. 21st 

*' Oscar (Ida) seamn r 1066 Kansas 

" Oscar A tilestr r 1109 Hampshire 

" Oscar F (Margaret) elec nlftter r (>51 Madrid 

" Oscar G seamn r 854 Baker 

" Oscar M chauffr Bd Pub Wks r XCt3 Prospect 

" Oscar R (Dora) salsn Pauson & Co r 262. 9th 

At 
" Oscar S seamn r 2295 Geary 
" Oscar W carpetljT r 1762 Filbert 
" Oswald G (Emclla) cUt USA Jled Sup r 29 

Bonita 
" Otto mech dentist r 140 Richland At 
" Otto E hldr r 672. IGth At 
•• Otto H (Quida H) elk r 424 Ellis 
•' O W comp r 387 EddT 
" Parley mech r 516 O'Farrell 
■■ Paul elk r 1350 Golden Gate At 
" Paul (Mae) r 1159 OctaTia 
" Paul A ReT asst pastor St Patricks Church 

(RC) r 756 Mission 
" Pauline (wid Lawrence) r 1555 Clay 
" P Douglas (Edith) salsn 'Wakclee r "W. 10th 

At 
" Peter r 273. 4th 
" Peter lab r .348. 3d 
•• Peter lab r 456. 6th 
'* Peter painter r 44 Bernard 
" Peter (Hulda M) Indywkr r 2239 BrTant 
" Peter cigars 598 Valencia r 661 Valencia 
" Peter (Mariana) Andersen Bros) r 2515 

Howard 
" Peter (Martha) seamn r 4248a. 25th 
" Peter A (Mar>-) (Waterbury & Anderson) r 

3400 California 
" Peter A (Minnie) Wksmth r .3050 Fillmore 
•• Peter C (Clara) eng r 4220. 26th 
" Peter E (Lnella Fl lab r 1000 Harrison 
" Peter G (Freda) prop Silver Hotel r 114 

.Stillman 
" Peter H bnishmkr r 447 Valencia 
■• Peter H (Lillian I janitor r 4328. 17th 
•• Peter O lab r 806. 22d 

■ Peter U (EUen) drlTcr r 82 Ramona 

•■ Preston H elk A S Samuels Co r 114 

Itroderiek 
'■ I'jTtle tel npr r 1373 Clay 
" Rachael (wid Xels) r 750 Parnassus 
" Rachael F r 750 Parnassus 
" Ralph B (Helen! auto mech r 4600. 18th 
" Ralph H (Charlotte) elk Hotel Rex r 451 

Franklin 
" Ralph P mech r 2885 Howard 
" Raymond (Caroline) r 243 Page 
*• Reinhold L (Serena) mgr Coronado Apts r 168 

Ifith Av 
ANDERSON BENO F. with C A Anderson r 

i::S3 Valencia 
" Reuben r 1122 Pine 
" Rirhd pharmacist Thomas & Sons 661 

Clement 
• Riohd with Ford Motor Co i 
■• Richd A (Charlotte) contr 

Av 
" Richd S (Amanda) carp r 4002. 22d 
" Rita C elk Met Life Ins Co r 1570 Eddy 
" R Napier architect 320 Market r 2036 Lar- 

kln 
•• Roht r 1050 Capp 
" Robt carp r 606 Stelner 
■• Robt lab r 995 Folsom 
" Itoht office Call Bldg 
" Robt gardner r 3563. 17th 
" Robt C dentist 904a Market r Rockridge Pk 
•• Robt C (Mae) elk r .3430. 26th 
" Robt E mgr Best Gas Traction Co r 51 

VIcksburg 
- Robt G tnistr r 1897a Howard 
" llobt H refreshments 1401 Vermont 
" Robt J boilermkr r 378. .3d At 
■• Roland H mach r 324 Caselll At 
" Rosetta (wid Fredk A) r 779 Clayton 
" Ross B mgr T A Strobrldge r Alameda 

■ Roy draftsmn r 2890 Folsom 
•• Ros (Rose) lab r 3615 Anuv 

•• Roy R (Ix)retta) elk r 3889. 23d 

" Ruby stenog Assoc Oil Co r 114 Manchester 

■' Ruby E tchr Pnb School r 1190 I'Ine 

•■ Rudolph F (Hllma) bkpr r 1761 Howard 



ANDERSON 
" Russell C printer r 369 Oak 
" Ruth r 2120 Washington 
" Ruth eashr r 1127 O'Farrell 
" Ruth elk r 1118 Pine 

" R W rep Rotary Scrat>er (^ (Inc) r Oak- 
land 
" Sada J stenog Amer Automobile Ins Co r 

2051 Scott 
" Selma (wid Louis H) r 1742 Page 
" Sammie Miss waitress r 760 Pacific 
" Saml (Marie) cook r 240 Duncan 
" Saml (Sophie) r 2424 Larkin 
" Sarah (wid Thos) r .101 Congo 
" Sarah M (wid Wm F) r 1373 ClaT 
" Ship Yard and Marine Ways 850 tnnea At 
" Slgrld seamstress r 2184. 15th 
" Slgrld stenog r 3744. 17th 
" Slgrld J stenog r 3940 ClaT 
" Sigurd (Josephine) mstr mar r 757 Arguello 

BlTd 
" Smith Motor Co 1730 Van Ness 
" Sophia r 2312 Clay 
" Steam Vulcanlzer Co 1047a Mission 
" Stella R (wid Nels) r 1319 LeaTenworth 
" Stephen paTer Bd Pub Wka r 629 Golden 

Gate At 
" Sterling prop Acme Garage r 670 Oak 
" Stewart M sec-mgr Ins Brokers Ex r 2990 

Clay 
" Susan E (wid Hammon) r 800 Cole 
" Sven B treas Pac States Elec Co 
" Sydney r 714 Cole 

" Tens ice cream 2. 30th r 3234 Mission 
" Theresa seamstress r 3715 Army 
" Theresa (wid John J) r 45 San Leandro 'Way 
•• Thos cook r 241. 6th 
" Thos (Mary) elect eng r 220 Clipper 
" Thos (Susanne) porter r 1260 Ellis 
" Thos B chauffr r 514 Fulton 
ANSEESON THOUAS H. mgr Liverpool & 
London & Globe Ins Co and Star Ins Co of 
America, r Berkeley 
" Thos W (Agnes) mar observer r 534. 46th At 
" Trans * Storage Co 987 Howard 
" Vem B elk Sherwin Williams Co r Alameda 
" Vemer (Margaret) calker r 2571 Post 
•• Victor (Matilda) rancher r 1958 McAllister 
ANDERSON VICTOR A, special agt EquiUble 
Life Assurance Society. 210 Crocker Bide, 
tel Kearny 4048. r 402. 45th Oakland 
" Victor P (Ruth F) eng r 2208 Baker 
" Victor K (Hedwig) seamn r 335 Vienna 
" Victor U r 1224 Hyde 
" Virginia r 1409 Geary 
" V R salsn Levenson & Co t 411 Eddy 
" Walter r 1278 Jackson 
" Walter (Ollne) lab r 1413 Noe 
" Walter A (Edith) jeweler r 959. 14th 
" Walter A salsn Sturgls Service Station 
" Walter G auditor China Mall SS Co r Fair- 
mont Hotel 
" Walter G (Ellda) shipbldr r 248 Beaver 
" Walter J steamftr r 2527 Polk 
" Walter T elk Langley & Michaels Co r 378 

3d Av 
" W B pub r 193. 4th 
" Wellington J min eng r 319 Roanoke 
" Wm (Mathilda) janitor THE FIRST NA- 
TIONAL BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO r 
164. 5th Av 
" Wm (Ellen) acet r 856 Clayton 
" Wm carp r 527 Broadway 
" Wm (Hattle J) boilermkr r 220 Gates 
" Wm lab r 370. 3d 
" Wm mach r 3050 Fillmore 
" Wm (Jennie) molder r 238 Paris 
" Wm seamn r 190 Embarcadero 
" Wm (Laura L) sec r 933 Lincoln Way 
" Wm C (Susie E) salsn r 2729 Filbert 
" Wm C with Nat CItv Co r Oakland 
" Wm C with rs Rubber Co r 115 Prospect At 
" Wm E (Sarah) salsn O'ConncU & Davis r 

425 Balboa 
" Wm F (Bernlee) chauffr r 1553a Mission 
" Wm G lab r 14 Delgado 
" Wm H salsn r 1426 Stelner 
" Wm J mach r 341 Missouri 
•• Wm J architect r 501 Cole 
" Wm J (Jeanette) tmstr r 121 Ward 
" W L mgr Miller Drayage r YIICA 
" Wm P (Lctai elk PTAT Co r 1474. 24th At 
" Wm K elk Mrs Charlotte Anderson r 3576a 

20th 
" Wm R (Agnes) painter r 3921 Sacramento 
" Wm R (Margaret) r 42 Deart>orn 
" Wm S consulting eng 503 Market r Oakland 
" Wm T (Mary El salsn r 1534 Jackson 
" Wm T with SP Co r 3421 Sacramento 
" Wm T Jr salsn r 15.34 Jackson 
" Wm W (Caroline) dep Assessor r 263, llth 

AT 

" Wm W (Gertrude) hostler r 1203 OctSTla 

" Winifred r 1580 Jackson 

" Wlnslow EstBte of Lick Bldg 

" W W optician Cal Optical Co r 562 Salter 



TYPEWRITERS RENTED 



AMERICAN 

606 MARKET STREET 



WRITING Machine Co. 

SAN FRANCISCO PHONE DOUGLAS 649 



Salvation Army Industrial and Social Home 

( MEN ) 



870 HARRISON ST. 



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ANDERSON 

•* Zella Mrs stenos An^lo & London Paris Nat 
Bank r Oakland 

" & Barney (G Anderson R E Barney) Tulcan- 
izlnE 679 Golden Gate Av 

" & CrowcU (J J Anderson W W Crowell) 
barbers 1657 Market 
ANSEESON Ic GUSTAFSON IChicaeo). petrol- 
eum products, waxes and oil dealers. 378 
Mills Bide 

" & Holmbers: fN Anderson J F Holmbere) 
prop San Francisco Hotel 421 Druram 

" & Rinsrose (N P Anderson Jas Rin^ose) 



Dale Av 

" Elizabeth C -widow r 1566 Union 

" Herbert G (Anna) {Auneer Artificial Limb 
Co) r 739. 34tli At 
ANDEETON JOHN GALE, asst cashr and sec, 
The Anglo & London Paris National Bank, 
r Atherton 

" John H enc Stone & ■Webster r 1327 Leaven- 
worth 

" Eobt C chauffr r 1566 Union 
.(Uides Benj F (Marcaret) asbestoswkr r 1408, 

8th At 
Andichou John mach r 1332 Evans Av 

" Max (Eugenie) refreshments 322 Ballroad 
At 
Andin Kathryn elk City of Paris r 373 Ellis 
Andls Hugh P (C*eUa H) salsn r 1430 Pacific 
Andj Beatrice (wid Juan) r 2309. 25th 

'• Gregorio factorvhd r 2309. 25th 

" Mancio boxmkr r 2309. 25th 
Andker Emil elk r 720 Duboce Av 

•■ Enill K elk Wells Fargo Nev Nat Bank r 712, 
15th At 

" Frances wid Andrew r 720 Duboce At 
Andler Alexis carp r 1037 Fillmore 

" Henry elk D T Sullivan r 3225e. 17th 

" J Victor (Josephine L) elk r 316 Parnassus 
At 
Ando S r 1430b Geary 

Andorko Oldo Mrs cashr A Newman r .3321. 21st 
Andrade Adelaide (\*id Sylvester) r 514. 9th 

" Anton (Stella) mach r 1533a Castro 

" Bernard candies 2294 Mission r 1412 Market 

" Geo A r 3220 Mission 

" Gnilio lab r 514. 9th 

" Harry mech r 5828 California 

" Manuel lab r 383 Oak 

" Vasco B elk PT&T Co r Ross 
Andrae Mary Mrs r 1615 Polk 

" Harry R barber r 74. 6th 
Andraken Alice (wid Alex) r 2142. 223 
Andrassen LavrTence seamn r 780 Shotwell 
ANDRE see Andrie 

•' Chris lab r 1276 Palou 

" Gustav mech r 188 Noe 

" Jessie Mrs r 2084 Mission 

" Jos B electn r 77 Shotwell 

** Kate Mrs r 949 Natoma 

" Lilly elk r 2084 Mission 

" Lyle box mkr r 2084 Mission 

" Matilda (wid A S) r 3900. 22d 

" Mancio lab r 527 Vallejo 

" Patk driver r 949 Natoma 

" Patk M r 77 Shotwell 

" Susanne (wid Anthony) p 5(>4. 5th Av 
Andre's Employment Agency 1801 Buchanan 
Andrea Christian lab r 1276 Palou Av 
Andreas Edwin D (Julia) r 2262b Brvant 

" Florian (Mary) lab r 1276 Palou Av 

" Jacob lab r 1276 Palou Av 

" Louis cementwkr p 29 Lizzie 

" Lucille Miss r 1711 'Washington 
Andreadakis Geo E restaurant 301 O'Farrell 
Andreadis Basil (Golden Eagle Coffee Co) r 718 

Harrison 
Andrean H insp Burroughs Adding Mach Co r 

Oakland 
ANSEEANO sea Andiiano 
Andreas Carl h.iker r 208 Isabel 

** Henry A autorepr r 208 Isabel 

" "Walter baker r 208 Isabel 
Andreasen Ethel (wid Anders) r 1115a Hamp- 
shire 

** Mogens (Martina) mstr mar r 683. Ist 
Andreason Fredk (Anna) chauffr r 522b. 5th at 

•* Henry (Christina) mstr mar r 39 Cowden 
Andreazzi Julius butcher r 1526 Mason 
Andree Elizabeth (wid Predkl r 2856. 22d 

" Kate Mrs r 373 Ellis 
Andreen Chas r 334 Stockton 

" Marlon r 1519 Ellis 
Andregg Emma prop Hotel Hudson r 2407 Mis- 
sion 
ANDREGG see Anderegg 
Andreggen Vera Mrs r 2336. 24th 
Andreini Silvio (.\dele) ianitor r 621 Banks 
Andreu John A (Amy E I) tailor r 18 Heyman 
.\v 

" Jos (.\ndren & Diaz) r 439 Jones 

" "Wm (Tolva) metalwkr 251 Steuart r 545 Al- 
varado 



ANDREN 

" & Diaz (Jos Andren E Diaz) barbers 501 
Jones 
AndreolottI A r 1252 Kearny 

" N A elk Bancroft ^VUtney Co r 1217 
Buchanan 

" Natalie (Stella) Instmkr r 804 Sliver Av 

•• Pasquilina (wid Italol r 32 Venus 
ANDREOTTI see Andriotti 

Andres Felix (Alvinal (Pioneer Metal & Glass 
Sign Col r 374 Haves 

" Felix O Jr mach r 374 Hayes 

" Geo r 445 OTarrell 

" Jewel film Insp Universal Film Ex r 340 
Eddy 

" Juan porter r 1351 Mason 

•• Peter plumber r 1448. 12th Ay 
ANDRESEN see Andersen and Anderson 

" Andreas (Clara G) foremn r 1201 San Bruno 

" Andres (Ida) r 2145 Revere At 

" Annie stenog r 3426. 18th 

" Henry E (Catherine) shipwright r 467, 20th 



At 



C (Anna M) cooper r 1790 Oakdale 



" Louis butcher r 3648. 22d 
" Martin (.Alexandra) bkpr r 551 Chenery 
• Marten (Clara) r 3426. 18th 
" Nicholas (Annie) carp r 3035 Fillmore 
" Oscar lab r 909 Church 
" Peter E ((Jertrude) cooper r 2447 San Bruno 

AT 

" 'Walter P J elk r 2447 San Bruno .\v 
" Wm A (Agnesl driver r 920 Leavenworth 
.\ndreson A Miss elk M Friedman & Co r 3426 

19th 
" Herman millwright r 193. 4th 
Ain)R£SS£N see Andersen and Anderson 
.\ndrcsson Michael (Julia E) grocer 667 Sunny 

Side Av 
.\ndretti .\dam (Mildred) lab r 505 Francisco 
Andrew Adam (Ethel M) pres Shasta 'Water Co 

r 1900 Pierce 
" Anna (wid Geo) matron Harbor Emergency 

Hospital r 018. 3d At 
" Athan Sr chauffr r 522. 3d At 
" Catherine E (wid Reginald) r 1632 Union 
" Geo eng St Catherine's Home 
*' Jackson School Haves bet Cole and Clavton 
" John QM Dept USA r 2825 Filbert 
ANDREW JOHN H, general insurance agent 

and broker, 1115 Hearst Bldg. tel Sutter 

5175. r St Francis Apts. tel Garfield 1735 

(See Page 102) 
" Jos barber r 439 Jones 
" Mark carp r 1343 'Webster 
" May P r 970 Chestnut 
■■ Michael eng r 778 Turk 
" Paul (Oneialal painter r 3031 Steiner 
" Sanford H elk D F Hanlon r 1250 Market 
ANDREWS, see Andrew, Andros, Andioss and 

Andrus 
ANDREWS ALFRED F (Andrews Diamond 

Palace), r 1137 Bush 
" .\ndrew P (Gladys J) branch mgr Postal Tel 

r 2163 Golden Gate At 
" Anne janltrlx r 1501 Sacramento 
" Antonio lab r 1803 Folsom 
" Arthur elk r 3325. 12th 
"AT salsn Geo P Ide Co r 060 Bush 
" Bert r 159 Powell 
" Bessie Mrs r 103 Freelon 
" C F salsn r 400 Duboce 
" Chas Elizabeth ironworker r 184 Cora 
" Chas (Katherine) sec Carpenters Hall Assn 

r 2706b Mission 
" Chas H foremn SP Co r Oakland 
" Chester broker 410 Battery r 427 IrTing 
" Chester H bollermkr r 2407 Mission 
" Claire M stenog r 141 Brompton At 
" Clarence elk SP Co r 62 Turk 
•' D C & Co of Cal freight forwarders 485 CaU- 

fomia 

ANDREWS DIAMOND PALACE 

(A F Andrews). diamonds. watches, 
jewelry and silverware, 46 Geary, tel 
Douglas 616 (see Page 115) 
" Dorothea r 2825 Filbert 
" E Miss elk Anglo & London Paris Nat Bank 

r 263 Parnassus Av 
" Edna stenog r 2832 California 
'• Edna C tel opr SO Co r 400 Duboce At 
" Edwin H (Llllle) atty Hearst Bldg r Berke- 
ley 
" Edylhe compt r 70 Liberty 
" Effie (wid W J A) p 1835 Green 
" Elizabeth Xt r 13 Johnston At 
" Elizabeth M Mrs r 80 Julian At 
" Ellen (wid Geo P) r 2825 Filbert 
" Ellen J (wid Chas T) r 1050 Stanvan 
" Elspeth widow p 1908 Leavenworth 
" Ewlng S Mrs p 386 Geapy 



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OAKLAND 



ANDREWS 
•• Fl.irrn.e F, (wld Harry) r 1350 Valencia 
" Flovil snlKn Riirroueha Addlne Mach Co r 

1370 California 
" Frank rani r 3685. 17tli 
" Frank O elk SO Co r Oakland 
" Frank I. rlk r 1773 OFarrell 
" Fred (Amcllal shoe ctr r 132« Valencia 
" Fred J earn r 008 Treat At 
" Geo r 2735 Mission 
" Geo elk Jaa Andrews r BO. 7th 
" Geo (Annlel printer r 31S2. 21st 
" Geo (Fannie G) ene r 1828 Pare rear 
" Geo shlDwkr r 857 F-Uls 
" Geo W (Frances S) see H Moffat Co r 600 

11th At 
" Haniby bkfolder r 230 Bosworth 
" Harry D cook r 239 Bosworth 
" Harry waiter r 508 Eddy 
" Harry ohauffr r 3325, 21st 
" Hattle F (wld Frank) elk Llppman Bros r 

1637 Sacramento 
" Henrietta r 141 Bromoton 
" Irene r 1772 O'FarrcU 

" Isabella A (wld J Monttord) r 1275, 46th At 
" Jas mech r 3257, 20th 
" Jas shootlnB gallery 1083 Market r 10S7 

Market 
" Jas waiter r 328. 4th 
" Jns .\. (Mary) eontr r 4320 Irylnir 
" Jas I embalmer r 41 Van Ness Av 
•' Jas E slens 117 Rose 
" Jesse S (Emma Fl nier Fisher & Co r 2270 

Broadway 
" John r 640 Paris 
" John elk Simon Millinery Supply Co r 324 

Grant At 
" John upholstr r 2815. 16th 
'■ John (Nellie! mar ens r 4317. 23d 
■' John R (Emma) jeweler 2593 Mission r 3443 

20th 
" Jos D (Aueusta) riceer r 239 Bosworth 
" Jos D Jr oiler r 239 Bosworth 
" Jos P (Inze) barber r 3220 Mission 
" Laura steno^ r 417 Stockton 
" Lloyd H r 527 Linden 
" Lucy elk NY Life Ins Co r Oakland 
" Margaret nurse r 805 Sutter 
" Marcaret Mrs r 1751 Market 
•' Margaret T (wld Morton) r 32 Pond 
" Marine cabtmkr r 40 Sanchez 
" Marion E seamstress r 90R Trent Ay 
" Martin cafe 227 Stevenson r 1209 Stockton 
" Matilda P r 126S Guerrero 
" Meth Epls Church Key W H Hampton paator 



1553 Masonic At 
" Mlio T (Pearl) chnuffr r 10 Oakwood 
" Minnie with SF Hospital 
" Muriel P r 1265 Guerrero 
" Nan Mrs r 425 Franklin 
" Nellie r 1125 ElUs 

" Nelson (Bn\ve8 & Andrews) r Redwood City 
" Nicholas J (Erelyn) salsn A Lletz Co r 1610 

Sutter 
" Oscar (Albertlne) lab r 3967, 26th 
" Paul (Bessie) seamn r 103 Freelon 
" Pearl stenog r 1553 Masonic At 
" RIchd H foremn SP Co r 427 Irving 
" Robt S r 1271, 4th At 
•• Roht S (Henrietta) with Union Ice Co r 

141 Brompton At 
" Rosa tchr r 2336 Pacific Av 
" Russell C cllc Am Steel ft Wire Co r 1647 

Clay 
" S r 3001 Webster 
" Stanley (Phyllis) lab r 1247 Geary 
" Teresa A Mrs r 1399 O'Farrell 
" Theo C geul mgr Dally Telegraph r 939 Mis- 
sion 
" Thos (Margaret) elk r 1322, 9th At 
" Thos H stage carp r 1124 Ellis 
" Thos H (Blrrtle) r 3109 Fillmore 
ANDREWS THOS P, (Matilda) real estate 403- 

404 Chronicle Bldg, tel Kearny 4769, r 

1265 Guerrero 
" T O (Mary) r 628 Kearny 
" Walter J drftsmn r 4317, 23d 
" Walter J (Althea) salsn Klelber & Co r 

1661 Larkin 
" Wesley (Ida M) mach r 1106 Valencia 
" Wilfred C elk Union Trust Co of SF r San 

" Wm E chauffr r 323 Church 

" Wm D hlpr r 239 Bosworth 

" Wm H genl agt T St L & W RK Co 681 

.Market 

" Wm H printer r 1980 Union 

■■ Wm I liknr Tnlnn Trust Co of SF r 1647 Clay 

" Wm S atty 260 California r Berkeley 

" Zoe (wld John) stenog r 2533 Poat 



ANDREWS & CO. 



(Chicago J H B Blackstone, San Francisco 
mgr, H J Folitz. sales mgr. stocks and 
bonds, S64 Kills Bldg. tel Sutter 6811 
Andrewsen Andrew P solr r 3325, 2lBt 
Andreyantshenko Ivan mgr Consumers Co-op 

League r 1846, 20tb 
Andrlan Angelo (Elsie) (Andrian Bros) r 505 
4th Av 
" Bros (Angelo and Jerry) restaurant 105 Pow- 
ell 
" Edmond P r 514 Bush 
•• Jerry (Andrian Brosi r 120 Ellis 
Andrlano Glacomo (Margaret) fruits 4686, 18th 

■' Jos (Eugenia) (Monviao Hotel! r 2140 Polk 
ANDEIANO SYLVESTER (Leonora! atty-at- 
law. Bank of Italy Bldg. 550 Montgomery, 
tel Sutter 213B, r 2063 Filbert, tel Fillmore 
5077 
" Ursula (wld Gluseppl) r 4731 Mission 
Andrlch Frank bottler r 1113 Hampshire 
ANDRIE, see also Andre and Andrea 
Andrlnl Goldle Indywkr r 740 Anderson 
Andrlola Michael (Mary) salsn r 521 Capitol At 
Andrlos A cook r 3276, 21st 
Andro ^Iltchell (Mary) porter r 480 Natoma 
Andronadls Nicholas metalwkr r 513H Potrero 

Av 
ANDROS DIOKISIOS, merchant tailor, 342 Sd, 
tel Douglas 2186. r 728 Oastro. tel Valencia 
676 
" Jas (Yalells & Andros) r 366 3d 
" Jas waiter r 286 Clara 
" Louis barber r 703 Folsom 
" Peter molder r 285 Clara 
" Rlchd G tailor r 728 Castro 
" ft Hengstler (L T Hengstler) attys Kohl 
Bldg 
ANDROSS, see Andrews and Andrus 
" Oliie E Mrs dpt mgr Livingston Bros r 746 
Geary 
Androvlch Tony cook r 112, 7th 
Androvlts Albert (Marion) (Altert Furniture Mfg 

Co) r 2812 Bush 
Andrucettl Jos (Delia) elk r 2956 Laguna 
Andrus Chas (Mabel) contr 1825 Ellis 
" Chas H (Bernlce) mech r 1850 Green 
" Ella widow r 196, 7th 
" Geo eng r 49 Hayward 
" Geo (Evelyn) Cooper r 621 Bartlott 
AndruBs Geo H broker 281 Montgomery r Red- 
wood City 
" Newton F (Winifred) mgr Pac Sales Corp 
r 226 Anza 
ANDRUSS see Andrew. Andrews and Andross 
Anello Antoinette r 1128 Hampshire 
Anfeglno John r 475 Ivy 
Anfenson Thos O (Margaret) carp 3319, 22d r 

4005 Army 
Anflbolo Felix janitor r 460 Greenwich 
Anfindsen Arthur B seanm r 627a Hill 
" Emma (wld Olaf) r 627a HIU 
" F lab r 87, 11th 
Anflnson Anfin (Anna) rigger r 133 Parker At 
" Edwin N bkpr r 133 Parker Av 
" Esther F elk r 133 Parker Av 
" Leslie stenog MacHugh & Garretson r 133 
Parker Av 
Angalone Pietro lab r 347 Preclta Av 
" Salvatore lab r 347 Preclta Av 
ANGEL, see Angell, Ankel, Engel, Engle and 

Enkle 
Angel J elk Mangrum & Otter r Oakland 

" Peter Y (Hazel) r 1650 Jones 
Angela Hotel 815 Bush 
Angelbeck Frcdk (Nellie) foremn r 359, 23d Av 

" Wm (Henrietta) r 234, 21st At 
Angeles Tony r 528 Valencia 
Angelesko August (Octavla) carp r 2022 Quesada 

Av 
Angell Alfred (Asunta) butcher r 84 Goethe 
" Assunta widow r 86 Goethe 
" Egisto (Lena) driller r 124 Landers 
" Lawrence (Jennie) chauffr r 86 Goethe 
" Lydla Mrs r 797 Bush 
" Otto cooper r 427 Lombardo 
Angellch Ell r 1246 Leavtwworth 
" Luke (Romelda) metalwkr r 1246 Leaven- 
worth 
" Nicholas student r 1246 Leavenwortli 
" Peter plumber r 1246 Leavenworth 
" AVm (Saveta) elev opr r 1246 Leavenworth 
Angelin Chas A (Mary M) carp r 76 Cortland Av 
Angellnl Fernniul elk r 2209 Jones 

•• Jos (Josephine) lab r 1883 Oakdale Av 
Angcllnlch Louis (Katherlne) (Moose Restaur- 
ant) r 1490 Jackson 
Angells Henry C (Bertha) salsn F L Hein & Son 

r 2420 Fulton 
" Rose Indywkr r 402 Grove 
•• Rudolph (Elsie) butcher 1159 Scott r 1801 
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Angellus Chas Instr r 2903 Harrison 
" Chris (Wllhelmina) tmstr r 427. 32d At 
" Edw H mtrmn r 2903 Harrison 
" Elizabeth elk Cal Ins Co r 427 32d At 
'• Margaret (wld Rlchd) r 107 Carl 
" Rlchd (Martha) driver r 312 Vlcksburg 
" Theo stenog r 312 Vlcksburg 
Angell Algernon R teller THE FISST NATION- 
AL BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO i Oakland 
" Edw r 3530. 23d 
" E^lly M r 2200 Howard 
•* Ernest S salsn Geary Realty Co r 560 

Clayton 
" Etarry M pharmacist r 148 Embarcadero 
" John O (Blanche D) embalmer r 466% 

Bartlett 
" Lnlu 3 Mrs elk Sunset Pub House r 319 

Divlsadero 
" Otis B r 2200 Howard 

" Thos B (Lenora) salsn r 1575 Washington 
ANOELL. see Angel. Ankel, Engle. Engel and 

Enkle 
ANOELLOTTI FRANK M, Chf Justice Supreme 

Court. 85. 2nd r San Rafael 
ANOELLOTTI, see also Angelotti 
Angelo A Heath (Elizabeth) (AnKelo & Son) r 50 
Tor Drive 
" Arthur J (Margaret) electn 548 Page 
*' D hlpr r 1110 Montgomery 
" Grace elk r 579 Halght 

" Hemry J (Minnie) dep Tax Collr r 548 Page 
" Hotel 293, 8th 
" Peter barber r 340, 4th 
•* Thos miner r 248 Columbus At 
" Wallace (Mary) r 956 Potrero At 
" Wallace P (Angelo & Son) r Piedmont 
" & Son (W P & A H) Teneer packing Bay 
& Mason 
Angelonl Ciro (Nellie) barber 1131 Ocean At 
'• Tobe (JuUa) prop Revell Hotel r 1351 
Stockton 
Angelopulos Chris G (Marie) waiter r 776 Hayes 
Angelos Andrew grocer 101 Lake View At 
" Frank barber 3614, 20th r 2407 Mission 
" Peter elk r 101 Lake View Av 
" Tonv (Skippi & Angelos t r 504 Valencia 
ANGELOTTI see also Aneellotti 
AngeloTlch Annie (wid Jos) r 667 Parker At 
" Geo salsn r 667 Parker At 
" J r 740 Broadway 

•' Jos W (Hedwigl Lieut SFFD r 3758 Sacra- 
mento 
" Lillian proofreader r 667 Parker At 
Angels Camp Deep Mining Co Call Bldg 

"Iron Works 967 Howard 
Angelus Apartments The 646 Bush 
" Candy Co lO-'il .Mission 
" Gus cook r 306 Minna 
" Hotel Apartments 978 Ellis 
" John fruits 1014 Market 
" Manufacturing Co 110 Sutter 
" The 236. 4th 
Angemont Wm (Linda) r 2338 Pine 
Anger C G r 111 Taylor 
" Harry L (Georgie F) sec McCoy Motor Sup 

Co r 1282, 8th Av 
" J Fredk cigars 1098 Hyde r 1346 Pine 
" Maurice (Etta S) with Int Banking Corp r 

Berkelev 
" W E hkpr Savings Union Bank * Trust Co r 
Berkeley 
Angcrbauer Antone (Vera) Ironwkr r 132 Ells- 
worth 
" Sophie widow r 132 Ellsworth 
" Wolfhold (Eleanor) cook r 2375 Broadway 
Angerettl Natalie (Jennie! r 14R Collins 
Angermann Anna (wld Theo) r 73 Carl 
" Ewald H phys 3573. 16th r 73 Carl 
" Oscar (Louise) butcher 1550 Guerrero r 17 



28th 
Angermuende Paula E tchr music r 930 DlTlsa- 

dero 
Angerstein Fred (Matilda) musician r 822 Shot- 
well 
Angevine Orley C (Margaret) cashr Hotei St 

Francis r 414. 18th At 
ANOIER. see Anereir 

Angln John G (Sarah) tmstr r 1436a Pine 
Anglnettl Jos (Asunta) lab r 70 Gilbert 
AngioUna S r 1000 Montgomery 
Angius Peter J (Christine) supt Pac Oil & Lead 

^Vks r 1350, 11th At 
Anglade Catherine (wid Thos) r 69 Rondel PI 
" John lab r 381 Columbus At 
" John F (Jane) r 1573 GroTe 
Anglasay Henry J foremn M Phillips & Co r 
258 Day 
" Margaret E O seamstress r 1407 Dolores 
" Rlchd (Eva) whsemn r 258 Day 
Angle A r 945 Leavenworth ments 
•■ Hazel r 480 Ellis ANKEL, s 
" H B atty 681 Market Enkle 



ANGLE 

" Margaret r Fairmont Hotel 

" M F r 480 Ellis 
Anglemyer Geo (Llda) oiler r 247 Oak 
Angleoff Chris hlpr r 1203 Buchanan 
Anglcsworth Clark H mach r 503 Franklin 
Anglln Annie M Mrs r 1062 Ellis 

•• Edmond (Nellie) foremn r 1329 Pierce 

" John 1700 Market 

•• Nelly E elk P T & T Co r 2623 Bryant 
Anglo-American Aerator Co 681 Market 

" -American Commercial Comoration 268 
Market 

" -American Land Co Pheian Bide 

•' American Mill Co 681 Market 

" Buildlne Ifith and Mission 

" Cnllfornia Development Co real est 58 Sutter 

" California Land Co 58 Sutter 

ANGLO - CALIFORNIA TRUST 

CO. Mortimer Floishhacker nres. T C Til- 
don T-pres, Charles Leego T-pres, Louis 
Sutter cashier, sec-treas, main bank, Mar- 
ket and Sansome, Mission Branch 16th and 
Mission, Potrero Branch 3d and 20th, Fill- 
more Branch Fillmore and Geary (sea 
Page 47) 
" -Danish Institute massage 68 Post 
" Hotel 241, 6th 
■■ -Paeiflc Co Geo W Root mcr 57 Post 

ANGLO-SAXON TRADING OOEPORATION. im- 
porters and exporters for Australia. Xew 
Zealand and Fiji. 900 First Nat Bank Bide 

ANGLO-SOUTHERN COMPANY. Rlcardo Ochoa 
nres. Noel B Clarke vice-pres. importers, 
exporters and merchants. Fiatiron Bldg. 
544 Market, tel Sutter 1893 

ANGLO & LONDON PARIS 

NATIONAL BANK THE. Herbert Fleish- 
hacker pres. Mortimer Fleishhacker v-pres. 
J Friedlander v-pres. C F Hunt v-pres. E 
W Wilson T-pres. Harry Coe T-pres. H 
Choynski T-pres. W E Wilcox T-pres and 
cashr. J W Lilienthal v-pres. NW cor Sut- 
ter and Sansome, tel Kearny 6600. (see 
Page 49) 
ANGLO i LONDON PARIS NATIONAL BANK 
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT. C P 
Fonda mgr. 1-3 Sansome, tel Kearny 5013 
Anglum Danl E (Jennie! refreshments 1608 

Market r 51 Guerrero 
.\neobe Thos R (Jessie! r 3782. 21st 
Angonnet Bros (B and P Fl fuel 220 Beale 
" Claude A (Leta! dentist 2263 Clement 
" Peter F (Mary) (Angonnet Bros! r 350. 27th 
Av 
Angove Fred E gcnl mgr W S Kirk r Port- 
land Ore 
'• Rlchd J (Zelda! painter r 907 Valencia 
" Thos R (Jessie Ml driver r 3782. 21st 
Angregg TilUe Iwld Rudolph! r 200 Somerset 
Angulo Carmen Mrs grocer 1359 Powell 

" Manuel D (Carmen! printer r 1.159 Powell 
Angus Howard W sec Cal Elec Advisory Bd r 
550 Leavenworth 
" Jas S (May! r 2522 Union 
■• Slvrtle (wld Thos! r 1236 Church 
" Neil (Mollle! shipbldr r Point Lobos Av nr 
44th Av 
Angwin Eustace J (Motorcycle Sales Co! r 

Berkeley 
Anicletto Angelo waiter r 64 Bernard 
Anido Frank (Remedio! mar ftremn r 28 Glover 

" Rlcardo (Plctria! lab r 116 Jasper PI 
Anieu Chas N r 1147 Folsom 
Anikeeff Sonia r 3209 Clay 
" Vasilv vocalist r 3209 Clav 
" Vasia" (Gervonla! vocalist r 2048 Polk 
Anino Juan (Grace! with Am Finance & Com Co 

r 18 Elgin Park 
Anita Apartments 1201. 8th Av 
" Gold Mining Co 409 Montgomery 
" Land Co 465 California 
Anixter Abraham r 1654 Crf)lden Gate 
" Annie (wld Harris! r 1408 Divlsadero 
" BenJ (Henrietta! (Anixter * Sons! r 

Divisadero 
" David H (Irnia L! foremn r 2ii32 Post 
- lone diet opr Geo H Tyson r 1422 Divlsadero 
" Isaac (Elizabeth! (Anixter A Sons! r 1420 

Divisadero 
•• Louis H (Frances! (Anixter & SonsI r 1410 

Divisadero 
" Louis K salsn Peoples Baking Co r 1654 
Golden Gate Ax 



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Ankclp Jiihn II (Ida Wl cenl act ReDubllc Un- 
derwriters L'40 Montcomery r 1C70 Clay 
Ankeiier Kred (D Dlerssen Col r Oakland 
Ankeny Fred A (D DlerHsen Co) r Oakland 
Anker Alma nurse r 15 Liberty 
" Dorothy E conipt ODr SP Co r Berkeley 
" Geo P B (Martha) cook r 4353. 18th 
" Helen sec The Caravel of Cal r 1504 Cali- 
fornia 
" Lewis (Mania) ladles tailor 1515 Califor- 
nia r 1504 California 
" Morris salsn M R Flelschman & Co r 156. 

6th Av 
" Sluniiind (Ray) musician r 300 Lyon 
Ankers Harry (Winifred) oalnters r 22 Lex- 
ington 
Ankerson Geo P hlnr ITS Mint r Ookland 

" Peter chef r 481 Minna 
Annan Harry G (Mary J) r 761 Turk 
" Wm H (Marian) mirr MacBeth Ants r 745 
Geary 
Annanrtale Albert L elk Fed Res Bank r 1466 
Jones 
" Arth\ir J (Gladys A) elk r 400 Stanyan 
" Hotel The 620 O'Parrell 
Annarulnl Alberlco (Aueusta) musician r 274 

.Sanchez 
Annaaohn Conrad (Purity Sausaee Co) r 2638 

24th 
Annear John A (Ray) corn Police r 181 Fairmont 
Annereau Thos J salsn r 439 Jones 
Annette A V (Helene) (Annette-Henlon and 
Associates) r 1145 Pine 
" Aiinrtments 1040 Fulton 
ANNETTE-HENION AND ASSOCIATES (A V 
Annette. C C Henlon) nubile accotintants, 
711 Flood Bide, tel Kearny 5129 
Annex Realty Co 68. 2a 
Annlbal G tmstr r 313 Tehama 
Annlhalrtl Fablo r 1.116 Octavla 
Anniconl Monottl r 38 Jasuer 
Anninos Anjielo (Maria) .iunk r 31 Clara 
" Erotocrltos restaurant 792 Folsom r 284. 4th 
" Panaels (Anthe) photoKr 258. 3d r 37 Hamp- 
ton PI 
" Peter restaurant 843 Larkln r 909 Geary 
ANNIS see Ennis and Innes 
" Arthur (Beatrice) (Pac Subscription Co) r 

535 Central Av 
" Arthur E (Vera) dept mcr Haslett Ware- 
house Co r 751. 23d Ay 
" Chas H (Mamie) elk SP Co r 3426. 21st 
" Chas H Jr elk r 3426, 21st 
" Eva widow r 80 Silver Av 
" Henry E PO elk r 193. 4th 
" John cook r 157. 4th 
** Leo elev opr r 688 Commercial 
" Mary Mrs 121 Jordan Av 

" S E (Mamie) tel opr WU Tel Co r 1242. 41st 
Av 
Annoises Chas r 284. 4th 
Annucel Jos (Maria) Janitor r 370 Green 
Annuzzo Jos (Palmira) lab r 331 Prentiss 
Anostaulades Peter steward r 935 Kearny 
Anrjs Frank (Mary J) v-prcs & cenl mitr Wiley 

B Allen Co r 2540 Filbert 
Ansaldl Chas (Emily) lab r 231a Laneton 
" G B & Co (O B Ansaldl A Sabotinll flsta 620 

Clement 
" Giovanni B (O B Ansaldl & Co) r 618 

Clement 
" TJbaldo (ArrlRhl & Ansaldl) r 618 Clement 
Ansbro Henry T (Marcaret) Idywkr r 1108 Shot- 
well 
" John G elk Neustadter Bros r Lansdale 
" Mary J Mrs florist 1563 Polk r 1625 Sac- 
ramento 
" Matthew C (Charlotte E) art dlr 165 Po»t, 

r 148 Locust 
" Matthew H (Myrtle) bkpr r 8 Recent 
Ansco Co photo supplies 171. 2d 
Ansel Henry painter r 45 Linda 
" Jos (Mary L) shinftr r 2110. 19th 
" Pauline widow r B25. 10th Av 
" Vivian elk H Roth & Sons Co r Oakland 
Ansell Helena Mrs r 2061 Webster 
" Ida r 2961 Webster 
" John N mstr mar r 1086 Post 
Anselm Jas A mech r 310 Excelsior 
Anseimt Albert tninkmkr r 141 Goethe 
" Francisco driver r 910 Greenwich 
" Nleola (Jennie) tanltor r 141 Goethe 
Anselmo Gennaro (Kmma) lab r 30 Child 
Ansene Jos (Rose) lab r 668 Andovcr 
ANSENHOFER see Anzenhofer 
AnsKnr Danish Lutheran Church Rev A H Jen- 
sen pastor 150 Church 
Anshcl Uav sec Max Abrahams r 2330 Union 
Anshutz Henry (Mary) miner r 601 Fell 

•• Saml r 1718 Mission 
Ansley Homer desicner R F Coyle r Mill Valley 
Anson Catherine (wid Henry PI r 410 Laurel 
" Chas M salsn S M Doud r 1123 Ellis 
" Harvey M (Ada A) elk r 1800 McAllister 
Ansonla Apartments 1080 Bush 
" Buildine 622 Washineton 
" Clock Co l.'.O P"»t 



Anspach liertha taliorcss r 1)31 Eddv 
" Bros (W B and L U) soft drinks 298 £m- 

barcadero 
" Emma J r 725 Hamnshlre 
" Julia etenoB Carl Worst & Co r 931 Eddy 
" Julius H elk r 726 Hampshire 
" Louis B (Anspaeta Bros) r 10 Turk 
** Wm B (Anspach Bros) r 725 Hamnshlre 
Angpaeher Bros (P & S) office 519 California 
" Grover C (Irene) chauffr r 3923a Sacramento 
" Philip (Anspacher Bros) r 2901 Padlio Av 
" Phillip B salsn FcrgusonBicuner Co r 2604 

Pacific Av 
" Simon (Anspacher Bros) r 2604 Pacific Av 
Anstett Edw J foremn Chronicle r Oakland 
Anetey Esther L Mrs r 1410 Geary 
Anterella Domenlco (Brifreta) lab r 120 Peabody 
Antes Eva Mrs procer 1798 McAllister 
Anthea Louis H (Amelia) 61 Fair Av 
Anthenlen Annie elk SP Co r 19 Caon 
" Jos lab r 650. 4th 
" Rudolph G chauffr r 19 CapD 
'* Leo (Rose) lab r 19 Capp 
" Eva Mrs 1798 McAllister 
" Frank F with Shreve & Co r 585 Geary 
" F P musician r 4902 California 
" Helen r 200. 27th Av 
" Peter salsn r 280. 27th Av 
ANTHONY see Antoni and Antonv 
" Achilles (Calliope! waiter r 733 Shrader 
•• Alice L (wId John H) r 900 Oak 
" Apartments 1415 Hvde 

" Arthur H (Helen SI Ironwkr r 26.34 Octavla 
" Arthur W (Nancy) mach r 150 Carl 
" Chas A mgr C F Glbney & Co r 754 Post 
" Earl woodwkr r 389. 3d 

" Earie pres Earle C Anthony Inc r 1400 Van 
Ness Av 
ANTHONY EAELE C (Inc) distributors Reo 
motor cars and trucks. Packard motor 
curs and trucks and Dort motor cars. 1400 
Van Ness Av, tel Prospect 444. accessory 
dept 1600 Jackson 
" Earl E brakemn r 375 Frederick 
ANTHONY EDWARD H (Marcaret) phys and 
surceon, 1018 Flood Bide, hours 1012. 2-4. 
7-8. tel DouRlas 5243. residence tel raclflo 
2847. no answer call West 1400 
" Bllhu M (Ethel) roofer r 1018 Bosworth 
"BR salsn Am Radiator Co r Oakland 
" Geo mach r 2414 Howard 
" Grace F Mrs r 765 Sutter 
" Guy L (Beatrice) r 128. 12th Av 
" Harry E chauffr r 700 Stanyan 
" Helen elk F W Woolworth & Co r 148 Tif- 
fany Av 
ANTHONY H H (Mildred A) attv-ot-Iaw. 1010 
Humboldt Bank Bide, tel DouBlas 3638. 
r 1849 Pace 
" Jacob A Rec (Mary B) r 281 Castro 
" Jas F (Florence) brklvr r 1154 Plymouth Av 
" Jas V auditor Genl Elec Co r 390 Areuello 

Blvd 
" Jesse C phys 1901 Post ' 
" John lab r 17 Peralta Av 
" John r 2370 Mission 
" John ahoemkr r 4618 Mission 
" John A (Etbel Nl comp H S CROCKER CO 

(Ino) r 451 Height 
" Jos piano tuner r 102 Leavenworth 
" Josie r 2446 Vnlleio 
" K framemkr r 83 Exeter 
" Lenuiel A (Jane I phys r 2082 Union 
" Lena (wid Abraham) r 1351 California 
" Mark elk r 227, 4th 
" Mark elk Am Tradlne Co r Berkeley 
" Myer (Leah) pressmn r 108 Dolores 
"PS carp r 241, 6th 
" Ramona nurse r 2124 California 
" Robt (Cora) r 139 San Carlos 
" Theresa typist W U Tel Co r 1.351 California 
" Walter B (Mattle) dramatic editor Chronicle 
r 128 Edeewood Av 
Anthropolocleal Museum (University of Call 

Parnassus Av nr 2d Av 
Antl-Compuisory Senim Ijcaeue Paelflc Ride 
ANTI-JAP LAUNDRY LEAGUE. Wm T Bonsor 
sec. Anelo Bide. 16th and Mission, tel 
Market 3692 
" Saloon I.eaBue 3 City Hall Av 
" Slnele Tax Assoclotlon of California Mills 
Bide 

ANTI-TEREDO PAINT CO. 

C H Forceland v-pres-eenl mer. mfrs and 
Belleri New Process Paints. Oils and Var- 
nishes, Bituminous Compounds. "Bitulast** 
enamel and solution. 2916-2921. 19th cor 
Alabama, tel Kission 3762 

ANTI-UKIO CO. C J Huebei mcr, rheumatic 
remedies. 32 Front cor Pine, tel Sutter 
6339 

Antie Geo r 668 Clay 

Antlen Ermeneelldo cemcntwkr r 1843 Stockton 

Antlnoli Frank musician r 1090 Eddv 
" Leon ealitnikr r 1090 Eddv 

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Antipa Alpx (KIU'iil onmile 
cor Cabrlllo r 2413 Anza 
" Helen (wid Nlrholas) candles 860 Point 
Lobos Av r 811. 25th Av 
Antipas LanlproB (Kate) candles llOlaMarket 
r 571 National 
" Theo cashr P Zacharatos r 480 Ellis 
Antlpln OIca with Mncondray & Co r Reeent 

Hotel 
ANTLER PHARMACY THE (H R Baum. Chas 
Norford) 1701 Polk cor ClaT. tel ProsDCct 
2013 
Antlers Hotel 245 Powell 
Antoinette Apartments 515 Octavla 
Antolln Maria (wld Francisco! r 801 Broadway 
Antolla rrcd with Frawler Motor Co 722 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
Antotnas Antone r 07 Uodeers 
Anton Thos cook r 598 Eddy 

" Thos molder r 304. 4th 
Antonacopulos Michel D prlntlne 327. 3d 
Antonakls Tony (Pappas & Antonakls) r 44a 

RItch 
Antoncich Marco lab r 60 Laneton 
Antone F r 2028 Mission 
" G W r 88. 6th 

" John (MjTtle) metalwkr r 634. 6th At 
Antonelll D Mrs r 352 Preclta Av 
Antoneson Fred foremn Am Stevedore Co 
Antoncttl Bdw (May) salsn r 4245. 26th 
ANTONI see Anthony and Antony 
" Danl crocer 1201 Golden Gate At 
" Frank (Fortnnata) restaurant 410 Dlvlsadero 

r 1061 Oak 
" Louisa widow r 1182 Greenwich 
" O repr r 749 Fillmore 
" Victor baker r 1485 Pine 
Antonlades Chris D r 100. 21st At 
Antonletti Antonio lab r 550 Green 
" Elizabeth stenoc r 384 Dolores 
" Mary (wid Florlo) r 123. 10th At 
" John waiter r 384 Dolores 
" John Jr chauffr r 384 Dolores 
Antonlnl Edw mach r 758 Green 
" Giovanni B (Senator's GaraEe) r 8G7 Green 
" John (Josie) plastr r 235 Paris 
" John D (Katie) r 768 Green 
" Jos elk r 761 Broadway 
" Paul (Catherine) plastr r 216 Harold At 
Antonio Basil r 971 Mission 
*' C .ianltor r 43 Anderson 
" Giovanni (Chesera) lab r 134 Trumbull 
" Harrj' messcr r 1338 O'Farrell 
" Mercedes stenOB Oscar Hudson r 2264 Bush 
" Oscar (Mary) lab r 2022 Fillmore 
" T cond r 2019 l^ombard 
Antonopoulos Peter dniffcLit r .'•95 Potrero Av 
Antonovich Anna M Mrs r IfifiS "Wnshlneton 
" Elvida aid Lettcrman's Hosoltal r 123, 10th 

At 
" Mary (wld Florlo) r 123, 10th Av 
" Michael (Annie) (Antonovich & Buter) r 2517 

California 
" Ruth A elk r 1668 Washincton 
" Wm G atty 604 MontEomery r 123, 10th Av 
'* & Buter (M Antonovich L Buter) restaurant 
400 Battery 
Antonowitsch John K (Josephine) men's cloth- 

ine 2729 Mission 
Anions Martin S (Marie F) steward r 1343 

O'Farrell 
Antonsen Fredk C foremn r 777 Treat At 
" Hans A (Mary C) r 2331 Humboldt 
" Herman seamn r 456 Harrison 
" Martin seamn r 2909 Folsom 
Antonuccl Antonio lab r 935 Columbus At 
ANTONY, see Anthony and Antoni 
" Frank elk SP Co r 379 Halght 
Antorella Domenlco (Bricela) lab r 120 Peabody 
Antracoll Evo (Emily) fruits r 440, 11th Av 
Antrea Frank r 1144 Pacific 
Antrikln Geo (Laura) r 6915 Gearv 
Antron Edw P (Marie G) pres Cal DredKlne 

Co r 3439 Jackson 
Anttila John tailor r 78 Sanchez 
Antulov Thos lab r 320 Williams Av 
ANTZ ALBERT H sec Sierra Art and Enerav- 
Ine Co, 343 Front, r 1317 Taylor 
" Fredk J (Sofia) butcher 1444 Polk r 164B 
Sacramento 
Anusz Walter (Liicy) lab r 3676. 20th 
Anway L r 512 Van Ness Av 
Anzac The 124 Turk 

Anzlck John J (Katherine) tailor r 987 York 
Anzalone Antonio (Christina) lab r 130 Winfleld 
" Frances V tj-plst SP Co r 2505 Goueh 
" Rosle (wld Domenlc) r 324 EdInburEh 
Anzar Winifred A tel opr r 1000 Hvde 
Anze Alfred salsn Simpson & Fisher Inc r Berke- 
ley 
Anzelona Frances Mrs r 145 Prospect Av 
AnzencTuber ^fatthcw (Monica) bakery 558 

Sunnyslde Av 
Anzenhofer Carl tmstr r 107 Holloway Av 
" Peter farmer r 375 Pope 



Great Highway AnzinI EiiRenio elk J B IteMaria r 217 Columbus 
Av 
Anzoli Antone L (Aeucs) ironwkr r 2087 Golden 

Gate Av 
Aokl M prop Talseldo Aokl r 1601 Geary 
AOKI TAISEIDO, M Aokl prop, books and 
stationery, whol and retail, 1601 Geary, tel 
West 6361 
Apac Raonl camivalH r 2127 Turk 

" Sccundlno (Mary) Interpreter r 2127 Turk 
Apartcio Herman (Consuelio) carp r 606 Edin- 
bureh 
" Sebastian (Mercedes) lab r 14 Flora 
Apco MfK Co auto sup 451 O'Farrell 
Apartment House Owners and Managers Assn 

7«! Market 
APEL see also Appel, Appell and Apple 
•' Ferdinand C (Hcdwig) ciearmfr 3937 Sac 

ramento 
" Herman (Anna) r 4 Wolfe 
" Oipa E stenoc 3937 Sacramento 
" Paul cigar mtr r 12 Lieblg 
" Wm autorpr r 4 Wolfe 
Apenes Harold A elk Anglo & London Paris 

Nat Bank r 34 Buena Vista Ter 
Apetz John H (Florence) mcr Hotel Milwau- 
kee r 1800 O'Farrell 
Apex Apartments 637 McAllister 
•■ Button Co 1005 Market 
" Furniture Mfg Co furnltnre 167 Erie 
Apfelbaum Jos (Carrie) foremn r 2794a Dia- 
mond 
Apgar Arthur (^faude) painter r 1106 Shotwell 

" Arthur L (Lulu) salsn r 1206 Treat Av 
Aplin Mary E (wid Alfred) r 1226, 10th At 

" Walter (Irene) cook r 2041 Turk 
Aplustiil Ellen (wld Ernest) r 1024 Sacramento 

" Ernest J (Elsie B) r 1523 Pacific Av 
Apollo Consolidated Mining Co 310 Sansome 
" Oil Co 68 Post 

" Steel Co A W Dow rep Call Bldg 
Aponte D with Simmons Co r 1154 Kearny 
Apontez Jose lab r 226, eth 
Apostle A Mrs r 278 Los Bancs 
Apostolides Emanuel phvs Phelan Bldg r 607 
Baker 
" Nicholas cigarettemkr Macedonia Tobacco 
Co r 841 Polk 
Apostolic Carmen (wid Antonas) r 4077 Army 

" Leo ironwkr r 311. 11th Av 
Apostolos Bros (H and S) restaurant 1282 Gold- 
en Gate Av 
" Harry (Kate) (Apostolos Bros) r 1767 Turk 
" John barber r 192. 4th 
" John waiter r 68, 0th 
" Steve (Apostolos Bros) r 43 Hill 
" Wm restaurant 292. 6th r 259, fith 
APPEAL MANUFACTURING AND JOBBING 
CO, Richard Shepherd mgr, California 
wholesale distributors Harley Davidson 
motorcycles. Bicycles and sundries. 1460 
Market, tel Park 4183 
APPEL see also Ahpel, Apel, Appell and Apple 

" Ahram H (Lily E) salsn r 725 Castro 
APPEL CYRIL, attv-nt-Ia^v. 58 Sutter, tel Sut- 
ter 3200, r 318 2mh Av, tel Pacifie 2854 
" F J gardener SF Hospital 
" Julius (Mary A) salsn Muller & Raas Co r 

318, 26th Av 
" Julius (Bessie) with Maxferd Jewelry Co r 

650 Baker 
" Mervyn salsn 1241, 7th Av 
" Robley r 318, 26th Av 
" Wm reprmn r 1241. 7th Av 
" Wm A (Frances M) sec C A Hutton Flour 

Co r 31 Shore View Av 
" Wm B printer r 1001 Laguna 
Appelbaum Jos H (Goldle) painter r 1152 Turk 
" Max (Clllla) shirt waist nifr 2254 Mission 
r 1020 Sutter 
.^.ppelblom Eric (Ingcburg) painter r 4354, 18th 
APPELL see also Apel. Appel and Apple 
" Geo (Miriam L) atty 785 Market r 1224 
Sacramento 
Appclman Fred A (Mable) atty 948 Market r 

246 Presidio Av 
Appelon Anna talloress r 2639 McAllister 

" Sophie Mrs r 2639 McAllister 
Appelson Maude r 1015 Pierce 
" Michael foremn r 8 Regent 
" Nate elk B Heskln r 1640 Broderick 
Appenrodt Felix (Blanche) cook r 3839, 21st 
Appenzelier Albert mach r 1235 Leavenworth 

" Relnhold r 1236 Leavenworth 
Apperley Delia A tel opr MacDonald bond brok- 
ers r 1247, 15th Av 
" Wm (Delia) cond r 1247, 16th At 
Apperson D E r 640 Eddy 
" Edgar r 440 Hvde 
" Geo W elk SO Co r Oakland 
" RIchd r 369 Canp 
Appert Eugene (Marie) agt Prudential Ins Co 

r 944 Corbett Av 
Applarlus Dorctta widow r 38 Pair Av 
•• Edw salsn r 1810 O'Farrell 
" F V electn r 868 Page 



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APPIARIUS 
•■ Hnrold W elk W I' Fuller & Co r 1810 

OFHrrell 
" Henrv 1 Anna I larnetclnr r 223 Scott 
" Hi-nrv P (Frcilm elk r »8 Pair Av 
" Ijinls M Llk S1088 & IJrittaIn i- 1810 O'Par- 

rpll 
•■ rainier ( Blanche K) elk r 1928 Vi (ioldcn 
Gate Av 
AFPLE see also Apel, Appel and AddoU 
Apple BenJ (Lillian) phvs 406 Sutter r 648 
Waller 

APPLE ELECTRIC CO. 

lighting and starting outfits for automo- 
biles and motor boats, I02S Oeary, tel 
Prospect 611 

• Frank .1 imintcr r fiflO. Hrrt 
" Isldor (Laura) r 713 Grove 
" Johanna Mrs r 33 Belcher 

" Llovd W auto niech r 713 Grove 

• Van Rnalte & Co 24 CHllfurnla 
" Wm B (Mary E) r 330,2d Av 

Applehaum Annie Mrs 2d hd (rds 1207 (Jolilen 
Gate Av r 1254 Golden Gate Av 
" Max (Cella) shirt -waists 1451 Fillmore 
Applebv Grant E salsn Taylor & Taylor r Mill 
Valley 
" Oral (Marie) chauffr r 358 Waller 
•' Ilnv electn r 358 Waller 
AppU^iorn Harry H r 1367, 3rd Av 
.lefleld Chas jobber r (MO Post 
Clara Mrs r 640 Tost 
" Eva composer r (J40 Post 
" Wm clgarmlr 344 Front r 640 Post 
Appleford C Aubrey salan Edw W lirowTi C» 
Applegarth Edw M mgr Building Owners Mgrs 
Assn Pacific Bldg 
" Geo A (Gwendolyn) architect 703 Market r 
2775 Vallejo 
Applegate Geo B stockkpr White Co r 464 
Linden 
" Gladys elk Am By Eic Co r 1091 Bush 
" Ophelia (wld Chas Bl r 1320 Broderlck 
Applestone Herman (Esther) tailor 1273 Jackson 

r 1752 Hyde 
Appleton A architect r 124a Belvedere 
" Harold L (Katherine V) auto mech r 743 

Diamond 
" Harry carpetlyr r 124a Belvedere 
" Harry mach r 743 Diamond 
" Honrv (.\faude) farmer r 230 Lowell 
" Hotel 240 O'Farrell 
" Isldor r 124a Belvedere 
" Morris (Jennie) furniture 526 McAllister r 

1283 McAllister 
" Ralph gatemn S\^V Co r 285, 12th Av 
•• Robt elk r 1283 McAllister 
■• T r 1490 Clay 
" Wm foremn r 285, 12th Av 
•• Wm pkr r 230 Lowell 
" Wm A (Mary) polisher r 174 Lexington 
" Wm E salsn r 3984, 19th 
Applewhite Guy T Mrs r 407 Tehama 
Appling Hazel (wld liwiii) r 45 Pearl 
Apply Geo waiter r 905 Eddy 
Appman Louise r 2162a Howard 
Appmann Cornice ^V^is 128 *\'alencla 
Appraisers Building Sansome and Washington 
" of Merchandise 49 Appraisers Bldg 
Apra Augostino B Rev I'astor Chlesa Christiana 

(Con Church) r 613 Green 
Apte Harry with Empire Planing Mill r 2831 



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Apthorpe Alfred E oil r 4156, 

Apton Apartments 407 Tehama 

Aquarium Cafe 6 Sacramento 

Aciuillna Nicholas hipr r 1290 Fairfax Av 

Aquillnl Antonio lb r 751 Charter Oak Av 

Aralmlene Co The Hearst Bldg 

Araboglou Antonio tailor 3528, 20th 

California 
Arado Antonio lab r 936 Columbus Av 
Aragni John (Augusta) waiter r 209a Chenery 

" Leo cutter r 209a Chenery 
.Vragon Apartments 540 Leavenworth 
Aragone Carmclo (Mary) lab r 726 Naples 

" David Mrs r 1988 Greenwich 

" Leo barber r 726 Naples 

" Lulgl (Carolina I bootblk r 55 Wayne PI 
Aragnos Andrew (Poulos & Aragnos) r 1507 

Buchanan 
Aral Frank M baker r 2752. 21st 

" Jas F hIpr r 2752. 2l8t 
.\j-am Harry mach r 31a Duboco Av 
Aramburn Amadeo Ironwkr r 710 Broadway 
Aramburu John (Tomasa) waiter r 1036 Clay 
Arana Anselmo W ( Margaret l lab r 977 Capp 

" Edw J (MoUle E) engraver r 1713 Golden 
ite Av 



AR.\NA 

" Melvin stcamftr r 103 FranclBca 
Aranda Celsa (wld Mateo) r U46V(i Washington 
" Horvlta cook r 1146 1^ Washington 
" Lucia r 1146Vj Washington 
" Sara with Am Finance & Com Co r 1146% 

Washington 
" Wm r 25 Scotland Av 
Arandschlnl Angelo glasswkr r 25 Ada 
Araneda Claude (Maria) seamn r 530 Harrison 
.\rango Arlatedes (Abcllne) dentist r 2128 Van 
Ness Av 
" Arthur vice Oousul Colombia r 433 Powell 
" Tomas Consul Colombia 2C.8 JIarkct r 433 
Powell 
Arano Alfonso R (Ada) candymkr 814 Larkln 

" Edw eng r 2020 Howard 
Aranza J r 1000 Golden Gate Av 
Arard Club A B F 16 Geary 
Arata AdPlc stenog Fed Bd Vocational Education 
r 2507 Larkin 
" Agostlno fruits r 22 John 
" .\CO«tlno (Idal grocer 3634. 19th 
" .\lliert (Adeline! drvmn r 821 Capp 
" Albert B glazier r 442 Staples Av 
" Andrea A (Julia) salsn r 357a Broadway 
" Angelo (Clorinda) grocer 532 Green r 536 

Green 
" Angelo (Rosa) lab r 178 Vandewatcr 
" Anita .V elk ITpjohn Co r 005 London 
" Anna (wld Geninimol r 21 .\ubnm 
" Antonio boxmkr r 178 Vandewater 
" Antonio (Angelina) lab r 688 Chestnut 
" Augostino r 204 St Rose's Av 
" Bert (Claire) ironwkr r 57 Norton 
" Chas A (Lee) v-pres Arata & Peters r 1328 

Taylor 
" D & Co frulta 4564 Mission 
" Danl (May) chauffr r 112Vj Juniper 
" David (Angelina I (D Arata & Col r 80 Bauer 
" David (Cora) salsn r 234 Rivoli 
" David G tmstr r 124 Landers 
" David J (Maybell) butcher 900 Clement r 

1339 Clement 
" Edwin L gripmn r 929 Broadway 
" Emlllo (Mary) r 2133 Filbert 
" Ernest lab r 541 Washington 
" Ernest (Hilda) prop Larkin Apts r 628 

Larkin 
" Enrico elk r 853 Broadway 
" Exilio lab r 548 Green 
." F (GulnnsBO & .\rntal 458 Pacific 
" Fred A (Rose) lab r 246 Lisbon 
" Fred A tmstr r 124 Landers 
" Fred N mach r 2115 Jones 
" Geo C com r 41.'i Delano Av 
« Geo F (Louise) pres Arata & Peters (Inc) r 

120. 4th .^v 
" Geo J (Vizi M) r 2139 Filbert 
" Geo T (Marie F) driver r 949 Lombard 
•■ (iiovannl r 182() Tavlor 
" Henry P (Amelia) treas Joe Manginl Dye Oo 

r 429. 2l8t Av 
" I C r 1329 Taylor 
" Irene houseclnr r 1124 Clay 
" Jas F (Jennie) grocer 1031 Hyde r 1346 

" John janitor r 110' Hayes 

" John B tmstr r 22 John 

" John F tmstr r 124 Landers 

" Jos (Louise) (Baclgalupi & .^rata) r 30 Day 

" Jos florist r 202 University 

" Jos (Marie) lab r 171 Collins 

" Jos C (Nellie) grocer r 3101 Buchanan 

" Louis (Mary) chauffr r 2923 California 

" Louise (wld Jos) r 124 Landers 

" Louis A salsn r 1121 Alabama 

"Mr 3998 Anza 

" Lulgl r 819a Chestnut 

•' Maria (wld Manuel) r 1953 Taylor 

" Mario F mechdentist 323 Geary r San An- 

selmo 
" Nicholas (Victoria) lab r 1851a Stockton 
" Paul (Mary) r 415 Delano Av 
" Paul (Mary) fruits 150 Stelner r 152 Steluer 
" Paul (RoBiil (Arata & Ratto) r 1124 Clay 
" Paul J tmstr r 2883, 23d 
" Silvio J tmstr r 1020 Taylor 
" SamI (Nassano) carp r 695 London 
•• Silvio elk r 1920 Taylor 
" Stephen grliimnn r 929 Broadway 
•■ Umbcrto lab r 81)2 Lombard 
" Vencensa elk r 692 Lombard 
" Vlctorlne Mrs r 1851a Stockton 
" Walter (Delia) janitor r 430 Delano At 
" Will H cond r 929 Broadway 
" & Peters (IncI whulprod .■-.37 Clay 
" & Ratto garage 736 Pacific 
Araujo Alberto stenog H Llebes & Co r 312 
Mason 



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Arbelnez Victor J r 1207 Gough 

Arberry John J (Ina El phys r 1238, 11th At 

Arbinl Chas molder r 1079a York 

" Mario with Schnerr & Scheellne r Falrfajc 
Arbo Martha r 81, 9th 
Arbocaet Aaron A dentist Flood Bide r 721 Post 

■• Clifford M (Florence) mtrmn r 1662 Rail- 
road At 

" Ernest (Valeria) chef r 1522 Sanchez 
Arbor Hotel 837 Montgomery 

Arbuckle Arth\ir C (Leonora A) snlsn L P Degen 
Belting Co r 090 Arenelln Blvd 

" Geo A (ElvB) r 201 Clayton 

** Jon A mlllmn r 768 Harrison 
Arbullch Antone waiter r 1084 Minna 

" Chas waiter r 1084 Mlnnn 
Arbunlch Mary (wld Martin) r 60 Gladys 
Area John elk r 402 Broadway 
Arcade Gallery 1029 Market 

" Hotel 6fl Clay 
ABCADE PHARMACY (Inc) (Leslie I Cogglns. 
Fred J Matthews) 1094 Bush 

" Stables 314 Natoma 

•■ Realty Co 433 California 

" The lodgings 221, 6th 
Arcadia Apartments 522 Hyde 

" Dancing PaTillon Eddy and Jones 

" Hotel Co prop Acme Hotel RIB Mission 
Ajcano John (Santa) lab r G60 DeHaro 
Arcanum Hall 1638 Eddy 
Arce F mech r 744 Fell 

" Julio G (Estelle) prop Hlspano-Amerlca r 
744 Fell 
Aroega Catherine candies 2150 Mission 

" Euetacla Mra r 383 Oak 

" John A r 2150 Mission 
Archambault Clifford S elk Matson NaT Co r 
Oakland 

" Eugene A r 700 Anza 

" G Andrew (Olga K) agt r 775. 9th At 
Archambo D porter r 138 Boyce 
Archbold John (Helen) steward Emergency Hos- 
pital r 1578 Groye 

" Mark J eng r 1551, 10th At 
Archer Aretas A police r 204 Fair Oaks 

" Chas H mach r 4065. 25th 

•' Clifford G messgr Fed Res Bk r 1431. 9th At 

" David J salsn Slmonds Maohy Co r Oakland 

" Edw G (Lena M) mach r 201 Holly Park 
Circle 

" Edw J (Mae) elk r 4074, 25th 

" Edwin elk r 2254 Howard 

" Ellzabe<h Mrs r 3000 Pine 

" Eyerett mattressmkr r 322, 14th 

" Frank E (Erma) ins r 2580 Mission 

" Fred K A (Rose) eleyconst r 369 Eureka 

" F R housmn r 111 Taylor 

" Geo E (Margaret) autosup 5960 Mission r 
1068 Huron Ay 

" Geo S (Pearl) musician r 1431, 9th At 

" Harry R elk WlBhtman & Crane r 708 Faxon 
At 

" Hazel G nurse r 727 Cole 

" Jas (Katherine) eng r 796 Faxon At 

" Jas mach r 312 San Jose Ay 

" Louisa (wld Saml M) r 204 Fair Oaks 

" Marion I tchr I'\ib School r 30Vj Merritt 

" Mary Mrs r 3403, 20th 

" Mary A (wid Wm) r 4071, 24th 

" Richard C autorepr 5956 Mission r 1760 Mis- 
sion 

" Theodosla (wid Francis) r 5655 Geary 

" Thos A porter r 452 Halght 

•' Thos S (Maria) r 2H35. 25th Ay 

" Virginia r 204 Fair Oaks 

" Wm A elk r 2254 Howard 

" Wm H eng Leland S Rosever r Berkeley 

" Wm J salsu r 313 Church 

" Wm J (Mary J) uphlstr r SOVjMcrritt 
Archeyi Albert tchrmusic 526 Broadway 
Archibald Arnold E sec-treas Rieber Laborator- 
ies r Berkeley 
ARCHIBALD COMPANY THE manufacturers of 
specialties and screw machine products, 667 
Howard, tel Sutter 2152 

*' Eyerett .V pros & treas Coastwise Merc Co 

" Edw J cooper r 1924 Mason 

" Hattie Mra asstmgr Angelus Apts r 645 Bush 

" H R r 2811, 16th 

" Julia Mrs (Gnggenhime & Co) r 1924 
Mason 

" Leila M (wld Geo M) nurse r 676 Page 

" Nancy M nurse r 3553 Clay 

•' Saml M elk J O Ellis Forwarding Co r Berk- 
eley 

" S Geo W salsn r 670 Page 

•' Walter H (Maryl carp r 1124 OFarroil 

" Wm (JIary) plumber r 1078 (Solden Gate At 

" Wm H (Maud E) blksmlth r 628 Eureka 

" W Lloyd (Alice) dept supt Aetna Casualty 
& Surety Co r 204 Cornwall 
Archimesti CIro (Pauline) molder r 1200 Treat 
At 




Archinl Angelo (Eiizalieth) lab r 100 Majestic 

At 
ARCHITECT AKD ENGINEEa OF CAUF02- 
NIA (monthly) Mrs A Whitney Speny 
mgr, 627 Foxcroft Bldg 68 Post, tel 
Douglas 1828 

" The (monthly) J A Drummond pub 246 Mis- 
sion 
Architectural Club of SP 126 Post 
Archut John L (Anna A) autorepr r 1051 Oak 
Arcla Palmer (Ida LI musician r 781 Turk 
Arclen BenJ lab r 3.30 Union 
Arcona Apartments 851 California 
Arconero Frank lab r 743 Union 

■■ Peter lab r 74.! Union 
ArconI SylTlo sprlngmkr r 853a Greenwich 
Arctic Filter Co 1422 Franltlln 
Axcurl Gloacchino barber 414 DlTlsadero r 465 
Fillmore 

** Michael barber 821 DlTlsadero 

" Pedro (Jnsephlnel clgnrmkr r 29 Arlington 
Ard Jas cook r 1038 Ellis 

Ardandt Merlon (Josephine) lab r 1380 Sutter 
Ardanaz Jos (Amparo) hlpr r 1809 Newcomb At 
Ardeienc Hotel 3377. 26th 
Ardeli Apartments 1740 Pacific At 

" Olga M student 1462 Funston At 

" Robt (Mary) eng r 1462 Funston At 

" Robt Jr student r 1462 Funston Ay 
Arden Apartments 1005 Larkln 

" Salt Works Flood Bldg 

" T B mill opr r 25 Clay 

" Wood Country Club 19th At and Bloat BlTd 
Arding Harry F (Francenia) mgr Cal Vegetable 

Union r 2806 Union 
ARDING see also Harding 

" Catherine G mgr W A Arding r 4317, 26th 

" Mary M (wld Jas) r 1650 Dolores 

" Walter A (Annie) mfg stationery 268 Market 
r 4317, 2eth 

" Wilfi-ed E (Camillel r 1373. 9th Ay 
Ardino Ignaclo Indywkr r 3439 Mission 
Ardisson Alfred A (Lelah) lab r 127 Freclon 
Ardissone Peter (Louise) Ironwkr r 1201 Hol- 

lister At 
Ardlto Agostino gardener r 1918 Egbert 

" John B (Marguerite) gardener r 1876 Donner 

" Theresa Mrs r 1921 Diana At 
Ardley Harry M with WP Ry r Oakland 
Ardmore Apartments 1525 Clay 
Ardoin Ferdinand L (Art Polishing Co) 
Ardolne Victor (Irma) cook r 474, 4th At 
.(Vrdoise Apartments 1791 Pine 
Ardoxurel E lab r 1147 Folsom 
Ardyin Fernand finisher r 638 Lombard 
Arechlga Rosario r 2384a Post 
.Vrees Jean (>(ariel teller French American 

Bank of Savings r 715 McAllister 
Aregger David C with Mercantile Nat Bank of 

SP r Fairfax 
Arellanes Lawrence waiter r 175, 6th 
Arellano Annie widow r 348, 8th Av 

" Arthur (Ray) lab r 336b Capp 

" Bernard J mech r 537 Lisbon 

" Catherine widow r 16 Doric Al 

" Cayatano (Encarnaclon) r 647 Fell 

" Danl r 303, 9th 

" Ellas elk r 1068 Washington 

" Frank (Frances) Ial> r 1421 Mason 

" Fred mach r 647 Fell 

" G Jos florist r 647 Pell 

" Ignacia pastemkr r 1114 Broadway 

" Isador purser r 1421 Mason 

" John M lab r 12 Doric At 

•' Jos elk r 1421 Mason 

" Rudolph dk r 1421 Mason 

" Ruth mach opr r 1421 Mason 

" A'aleriano cook r 105Ka Washington 
Arena Amusement Co (Inc) Flood Bldg 

" Bros brokers mdse 21 Columbus Av 

"IS insp Burroughs Adding Mach Co r Oak- 
land 

" Jos (Mary) (Arena Bros) r 825 Bush 

" Jos with Bulletin r .lla McCopnin 

" Melvin (Stella) nlpeftr r 103 Frauconia 

" M Pedro elk PO r 549 Eilzalielh 

" Peter F (Eleanor) (Graf & A.eua) r 342. 4lh 
Av 

" Sebastian (Arena Bros) r 825 Bush 
Arend Herbert C acct I*rlce Watc-houso & Co 
r 550 Leavenworth 

" Jlax r 1122 Pine 
Arendes Augusta nurse r 835 IMIores 

" Henry driver r 2607 Folsjm 

•• John (Mary) lab r 2907 Folsjm 

" Lawrence elk C G Bllikle r 9X5 Dolores 

•' Theresa nurse SF Hospital 
Arends C F r 1550 Polk 

•• H R Mrs r 1454 O'Farrell 
Arendt Alfred L feed 43;t California 

" Bertram G with Wells Fargo Ni'vndn Nat 
Bank r 712. 15th Av 

" Cecelia Mrs r 352 Locust 



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ARENDT 

" H (Train 4**5 California r Pleaaanton 
ArcnH lli'iiry (Johanna) creamery 502 Cleriimt r 

518 nalbou 
AronabiTK Helen atenoB r 238. 12th Av 

" Jenny (wld Thlllpl r 238. 12tli Av 

•' Joa lull r 238. 12th Av 

■' Philip d'hlllp Arenabcre Auction Co) r 350 
3d Av 

" Philip Auction Co 791 Misalon 

" Sainl men's furnlahlnes 136 Kearny r 238 
12th Av 
Arenaon Abraham (Malvie) aalan r 1206 Naples 

" Aron Halan Gabrlelsen Co r 545 Grove 

" Rose (wld Sanil) r 545 Grove 

" Zelda atenoff Hchuaaler Broa r 545 Grove 
Arentaen Andrew r 736 Kirliham 
Arcntz Luther H (Hilda) police r 663. 7th AV 
Arenz John (Frederlcka) r 473, 20th At 
ARET see also Airey 
Aretoa Nicholas cook r 175, 6th 
Arey Agnes N Mra stenog r 642 Jone« 

" Annie B (wld Geo) r 579 Shotweli 

" Chaa L (Florence) matr mar r 765, 2d At 

■■ Henry F, ilk Swift & Co r Piedmont 

" Mary r 2158 Golden Gate At 

" Ruth r 37 Avery 
Arf Herman musician r 2090 Dlvlsadero 
Artatcin Uuilolph W musician r 0933 Geary 

" Sophia Mrs r 5933 Geary 
Arfsten Knudt E carp 620 Merchant r Oakland 
Argabrlght Geo V artist 1278 Market r 1^72 
Market 

" Jessie Mrs r 1001 Bush 

"WW agt Am Express r 312 Mason 
Argaii Frani£ G Mrs r 1408 Sacramento 

■' John Ironwkr r 30, 7th 
Argamende Ranan lab r 315, 3d 
Argons Alliert W nu-Bscr .SP Co r 366 Sanchez 

" Henry (Arzelie) molder r 283 Church 

"JO artist r 2S3 Church 

" Rlchd G student r 366 Sanchez 

" Ruth stenog Met Life Ins Co r 790 California 
Argenta Eugene (Dellna) cook r 429 Fulton 
Argentl Adele (wld Jerome) r 135 Belvedere 

" Edw T (Emma) beitmkr r 1116 Noe 

" Ellen r 2972 Mission 

" Frank plumber r 2972 Mission 

" Frank J electn r 4329, 23d 

" Jerome T electn r 4329, 23d 

" Jos cook r 33 Child 

" TuUio (Eliza) blksmith r 4329. 23d 
Argenti's Pharmacy 1698 Halght 
Argentine Consulate 110 Sutter 
Argento Salvatore (Gustlna) finisher r 1133 

Kearny 
Aigette Arelia lab r 57 Gilbert 
Argiewlcz Arthur musician r 1385 Sacramento 
Argitaa Christ lab r 146 Pfeiffer 
Argo Frank W (Adcle) (Argo Fur Shop) r 470 

Ellis 
ARGO FUE SHOP, Frank W Argo prop, manu- 
facturing fTjrrlera. cleaning, dveine and re- 
modeling, 470 Ellis, tel Prospect 8845 

" W D elk r 117. 4th 
ARGONAUT CLUB, 421 Powell NW cor Post 

" Drug Co 38. 4th 

" Kllni Corp of S P Phelan Bldg 
ARGONAUT HOTEL, Edw M Rolkin genl mgr. 
Kirk Harris mgr 44, 4th at Market, tel 
Sutter 1616 

" Mining Co 786 Market 

" Mutual Building & Loan Assn 1033 BUIa 

" Outlittlng Co lO.'i East 
ARGONAUT PUBLISHING CO 207 Powell 
ARGONAUT THE (weekly). Argonaut Pub Co 

publishers. 207 Powell 
ArgonnK Hotel 2228 Union 

■■ School 18th Av and Cabrlllo 
Argoud Alfred L mach r 180, llth At 

" Rose (wld Jos L) r 180, llth Av 
Argucllo Antone fruits r 120 Pierce 

" A Reginald nuisiclan r 44 Vicksburg 

■' Jos lab r 833 Kearny 

" Louise (wld Luis L) r 1322 Taylor 

•' Louise Mrs milliner r 1419 Scott 

" Sarah M (wid Albert R) r 44 Vicksburg 
Argus John E (l.ysbcth El salsn r 1701. 12th Av 

" Thos A (Alice M) salsn SomincT & Kauf- 
mann r 345 Leavenworth 
-Vrgyle Apartments 140 McAllister 

•• Frank H bkpr SV Water Co r 2621, 19th 

" The rooms 479, 3d 
Argyrls Christ (Anna) cook r 224 Columbus Av 

" Gust (Marie) r 669 Harrison 

" Jaa (Loretta) florist r 107 Coiilngwood 

" Peter (S & P Argyrls) r 32 Sacramento 

" Phillip fruits 101 East 

" S & V candies 16 East 

" Sanil tester r 613 Potrero Av 

" Steve (S & P Argyrls) r 32 Sacramento 
Arhancet Sliuon (Jennie) butcher r 2375 Sutter 



Arianl Paul (Emma) candies 518 Haight r 638 

Halght 
Arias Francisca widow r 770 Natoma 

" Frank (Louise) elev opr r 328 Peralta At 

" Homaclndo (Carmelina) lab r 106 Ne*rada 

" John elev opr r 770 Natoma 

" Refugio (Aguila & Arias) r 951 Jackson 
Aricha Alfonso (Argenti) ironwkr r 707 Naples 
Ariel Apartimnta 121)3 O'Farrell 
Arieta David (Florence) bootblk r 1240 Keam7 

" Flora r 736 Edinburgh 

" Frank (Susanne) bootblk r 14 Bernard 

" Genaro candymkr r 314 Union 

" Giovanni lab r 548 Green 

" Karl elk r 426 Edinburgh 

" Martin elk Holnhlrd Elec Co r 316 Union 

" Martin lab r 801 Paclfio 

" Philip lab r 14 Bernard 

" Philip riveter r 736 Edinburgh 

" Snml F (Francos) innltor r 7,36 F,dlnburgh 
Arietta Carmel r 475 Union 

" F lab r 475 Union 

" Marie Mrs r 1208 Powell 
Arlga A N r 2085 California 
Arlla Martin r 538 Pine 

Arlnia E T Ins broker 22 Battery r 1608 Baker 
Arioto BenJ lab r 765 Broadway 

" Peter salsn Western Cal Flah Co r 960 
Greenwich 
Arista Antonio pkr r 328, 4th 
Arlstide Ellen (wld Gus) r 41 Rondel PI 

" Elna R Mrs r 773 Broadway 

" Wm J hlpr r 41 Rondel PI 
Aristlna Ignazlo (Fortunata) lab r 63 Bemal At 

" Rudolph lab r 53 Bemal At 

" SamI lab r 53 Bemal Av 
Arlzola Maurice canmkr r 1232 Mason 
Arizona Oil Co Crocker Bldg 

" Sliver Mines Co Buss Bldg 
Arjo Norbert (Henrietta) foremn r 6516 Cali- 
fornia 
Ark Apartments 254 Shipley 
Arke A r 948 Post 
Arkenberg P^ank rook S F Hospital 

" Lawrence P (Margaret) r 706 Post 
Arkln Fannie M (wld Lewis B) prop Essex 
Apts 1667 Halght 

" Josephine W Mrs r 2028 Ellis 
Arklson Jas D (Theresa) r 1330V4 Hayes 
Arkley F R r 614 Bush 
Arkos Geo l>ari)er r 1277 Waller 
Arkus Helen waitress r 352 Jones 
.\rkush Sol (Addle) salsn r 3897 Sacramento 
Arkwrlght I B (Arkwright & Conner) r 406 

Arguello Blvd 
ARKWRIGHT & CONNER (I B Arkwrlght, J H 
Conner), real estate, renting, Insurance 
and loans. 1810 I'lenii-nt, office tel Paciflo 
2295, res tel Pacific 7193 
Arl Jos (Elizabeth) r 1429 Vermont 

•' Wm G lab r 1429 Vermont 
Arlcta Park Association 703 Market 
Arlett Apartments 1586 Folsom 
Arlle Antolne (Arlie Co) r 1527 Pine 

" Louis elk French-Am Bank r 112 Austin 

" Marinette with Hartford Ace & Ind Co r 112 
Austin 
Arllne Apartments 715 McAllister 

" Herrlott stenog B L Harper r 761 Turk 
Arlington Hotel 480 Ellis 

'• Rae pianist r 1308 Powell 
ARLINGTON WORKS, R H Matthiy mgr, mfrs 

agt 830 Mission 
Arluck Nathan A (Fannie) peddler r 6 Somerset 
Armacoat Chester 1' (Margaret Kl r 1017 Leav- 
enworth 

" E Watson (Grace F) salsn r 27 IllUway At 
Armager C W eng Belt RR r Mill Valley 
Armanasco Jos (Sara) mtrmn r 1048 Oak 
Armand Celine (wld August H) r 687, 4th At 

•• Cyrile cook r 1240 iMason 

" Elsie M Mrs r 1301 Leavenworth 

" Fred elk r 1471 Guerrero 

■■ Jos (Leonle) (.Vrmand & Fondere) r 3153 
Geary 

" & Fondere soft drinks 898 McAllister 
Armandls J electn r 55, 6th 

" Louis laundrynm SP Co Hosp 
Armando A Mrs r 64 Hallam 

■■ Erue-st J elk r 1183 Greeu 

"Jos cook r 1084 Folsom 

" Olivia L (wld Emest) r 179 Downey 
Armanett Petw tmstr r 2044 Mission 
Armanlnl Glacomo (Louise) gardener r 1000 
Amazon 

" John boatmn r 1000 Amazon 

" Louis (Jennie) lab r 175 l*eabody 
Armanlno D elk Fed Res Bank r Oakland 

" Jos (Irene) gardener r 42 Foote Av 

" Mchnlas I Angela I lab r 1.17 Ellington Av 

" Rlnuldo electn r 157 Ellington Av 



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ARMANINO 
" SUtIo (lyorene) (Armanino & Brown) r 23 

Norton 
" & Brown (S Armanino W J Brown) broken 
Russ Bldg 
Armant Simon waiter r 818 Pacific 
Annas Jos L (Mary) barber 61* Clement r 6918 

10th Av 
Armbrust Adolph C (Ada E) r 1118 Noe 
" Elvira E r 1118 Noe 
•' Myrtle r 1118 Noe 

" Philip with GuIlliBon Bros r 3909, 17th 
" Wm J (Elsie) driver r 785 Treat Av 
ARMBRVSTER see also Ambruster 
•• Chas J elk r 1031. 15th 
" Edw P (Marparet) embosser r 20 MarslUy 
" Elizabeth with Am Finance & Com Co r 785 
Castro 
ARMBRUSTER ENGRAVING 00, Rudolph H 
Armbruster m^r, 76, 2d, tel Douglas 1836 
" F pres Flbrestono & Roofing Co r Verdi Nev 
" G W atty 26 Montgomery r 971 Mission 
•* Louis (Lilacs) musician r 793a Valencia 
" Rudolph (Mae A) mgr Armbruster En^&v- 

ing Co r 20 Landers 
" Ru.val W asst mgr Armbruster Engraving Co 

r 20 Landers 
" Valentine (Madeline) knitter r 1824 Green 
" ^Xm F elk Paraffine Paint Co r 1931. 15th 
Armell Harrv mech r 1152 Fell 
Armenda Jos r 303, 9th 
Armenio Frank (Louise) gardener r 374 Delano 

Av 
Armentano Baptists (Theresa) lab r 58 Bernard 
Armentler-Rochus (Eustngulal r 2820. 23d 
Armetitola Antonio (Teresa) lab URR r 121 Wool 
ARMER, see also Armour 
" Belle r 3222 Washington 
" Benj (Leonie) mgr Credit Reporting Bureau 

r 1960 Baker 
" Dora (wld Max) r 3222 Washington 
" Evelyn D tchr Pub School r 3222 Washington 
" Josephine r 3222 Washington 
" Mary (wid Herman) r 322, 22d At 
" Sidney artist 417 Montgomery r Berkeley 
ARHES, see also Arms 
■• Cbas W nifrs agt 320 Marliet r Oakland 
" Ernest A (Mildred) auto mech r 761 Turk 
" Geo A (Katherine) pros cenl mgr Moore Ship- 
building Co r 1109 Greenwich 
Armeta P mach r 220, eth 

ARUISIEAD H McL (Ida) mechanical engineer 
and machine designer, 611-d2 Balboa Bldg, 
tel Kearny 2615. r 1219, 43d Av 
" Jas E dentist 830 Market r Berkeley 
Armitage Arthur casbr B I duPont deNemours 
r Berkeley 
*' Arthur H (Johanna) painter r 1703 Church 
" Clive civ cne r 221 16th Av 
" Geo W (Jennlel r 1414 Fillmore 
ARMITAGE JAS T, diet sales mgr Union Oil 
Co, Mills Bldg. tel Sutter 1400, r 221, 16th 
Av 
" Jos D eng Butler Bide r 144 O'Farrell 
" Madge journalist r 221, 16th Av 
" Thos A (Mary E) butcher 3274 Sacramento r 

251. 11th Av 
" Victoria r 1408 California 
" Wm H architect 1107 Pierce 
Arnilture Katherine (widow) r 1959. 15th 
Armknecht Louis F butcher 3318 Mission r 446 

CHr.per 
ARUOUR See also Armer 
" Glue Works 22 Battery 
" Maria (wld Jos) pkr r 1310 Leavenworth 
" Mary (wid Jos) r 1147 Taylor 
" Printing Works 112 Market 
" & Co meat pkrs 1050 Battery 
Arms Chas S (Molly C) elk U S Mint r 348. 16th 
Av 
*' Judson mach r 440 Walnut 
" L r 017 Folsom 

" M D office Russ Bldg r 812 Grant At 
Armsby Building 629 Howard 
" E R with Cal I'kg Corp 101 California 
*' Geo N T-pres Cal Pkg Corp r Ross 
" Gordon S with Cal Pkg Corp r Paclflo Union 

Club 
" J K pres Cal Pkg Corp r Rosa 
Armstrong A A asst supt Traung Label 4 Llth 

Co r Alftfneda 
" A B rep Travelers Ins Co r Berkeley 
" Albert M r 183 Parnassus Av 
" Albert T I'ac Coast rep W B Wroe & Co 

paper mfrs 485 California r 891 Post 
" Alex S (Matilda) saisn r 1366 Funston At 
" Alfred lab r 3318. 19th 
" Alice L Mrs r 1072 Ellis 
" Alma indywkr r 57 Randall 
" Alta Mrs r 835 Sutter 
" Amelia (wld Fred) r 325a Frederick 
" Andrew vault kpr Anglo & London Paris 

Nat Bank r Burllngame 
■ Andrew IT snisn r 1360 Jones 



ARMSTRONG 
■■ Anna (wid Jaal r 491 Frederick 
" Beth Mrs decorator r 2040 Leavenworth 
" Blanche Mrs elk 1595 Clay 
" Carl pkr r 1547 Folsom 

" C B Miss stenog W U Grace A Co r 797 Bush 
•' Chas D carpctlyr r 2403 Harrison 
" Chas (Nellie) drayman r 614 Balboa 
" Chas E elk SP Co r Oakland 
■■ Clias M (Mabel) with It G Dun .& Co r 1285 

Oak 
" Chester C (Hazel) acct Cal Almond Growers 

E.x r 1.514 O'Farrell 
" Chester F K (Helen) whsemn r 57 Randall 
ARMSTRONG CORK CO, Van Pleet-Frecar Com- 
pany rep, 01 New Montgomerj*, tel Doug- 
las 1227 
" Dorothy F Mrs (Armstrong & Allen) r 845 

Hvde 
" Easom E (Marie E) r 215 Fulton 
" Edw elk Garnie Auction Co r 905 Eddy 
" Edw (Nellie Ml salsn r 1201 Pine 
" Kdw A elk r 2786 Sacramento 
• Edw C (Mary) mach r 433, llth Av 
" Edwin W (Elizabeth) agt Reliance Ins Co 

r 1134 Hyde 
'■ E r Mrs r 1590 California 
•• Kllzabeth (wld Andrew I r 1095 McAllister 
■• Elizabeth Mrs tchr Heald's Businiss (.'jlle„-c 

r 1590 California 
" Elizabeth D (wid Francis M) r 369 Missouri 
" Ella R (wld Chas) r 252 Downey 
" Eimer^ (Clarice) salsn Peoples Baking Co r 



653 Sutter 
" Emily nurse r 1333. 37th Av 
" Florence elk Thread Agency r Oakland 
" Francis B (Amelia) elk SP Co r 325a 

Frederick 
" Frank (Maymic) elk r 25 Pleasant 
" Frank (Magdalena) elk r 542 Linden 
" Frank elk G W Prefontalne r 1668 Mission 
" Fredk (Agnes) stoker SFFD r 98 Bovce 
" Geo r l.'i95 Clay 
•• Geo hipr r 1674 OTarrell 
" Geo lab r 911b Folsom 
■• Geo mfr agt 025 Market r rledmont 
" Geo B editor McGraw-Hill Co r Berkeley 
" Geo H (Melva) clectn r 320 Lexington 
" Geo W watchmkr r 2620 Folsom 
" Gertrude r 704 Bush 
" Grace elk r 1095 McAllister 
" Gustave (ZuUnla B) cooper r 67 Lundy's 

Lane 
" G W r 1270 Pine 

" Harold G salsn Kahn & Feder r 1360 Jonea 
" Helen F r 278G Sacramento 
" Helen M Mrs stenog Anglo-Cal Trust Co r 

1114 Sutter 
" Henry McC driver r 910 Irving 
" Herbert G (Sarah) tailor 908 Market r 1149 

Sanchez 
" Howard elk Fed Res Bank r 2589 Pine 
" Hugh Mrs r 231 Scott 
" Ida Mrs mgr Monrovia Apts r 20 Monroe 
" Ivor C (Alice) cond r 499 Hoffman Av 
" Jas candjTukr r 1668 Mission 
" Jas hostler r 168. 13th 
" Jas patrolman r 465 Kearny 
" Jas D mach r 1624 Turk 
" Jas F mar eng r 670 Hampshire 
" Jas T r 32 Sanchez 
" John eng r 911 Howard 
" John G (Martha Cl florist r 1417 Jackson 
" John L G salsn Geo W Caswell Co r 1810 

Fillmore 
" John P (Katherine) mar eng r 180 Bonvlew 
" John P with H G Cook r 2321 Sacramento 
" .lohns S ad.)uster Am Bonding db Casualty Co 

r Berkeley 
" Jos A tmstr r 2706>A Brj-ant 
" Lendrum J (Mary) porter r 3318. 19th 
" Leon D (Belle) mech eng r 1739 Washington 
" Lucius P bkpr Buckingham & Hecht r 1396 

Hayes 
" Marcilla bkpr r 314 Fillmore 
" Margaret (wid Henry | r 1360 Jones 
" Margaret E Mrs elk O'Connor Motfatt & Co 

r 736 Shrader 
" Marguerite bkpr Richmond Dev Co r Berkeley 
" Martin W farmer r 2722 Br3'ant 
" Jiary sec r 2722 Brjant 
'* Mary sec W F Knapp r 790 California 
" Mary F Mrs r 1590 Sacramento 
" Myrtle F Mrs bakery 150 Mason r 512 Fred- 
erick 
" Nellie (wid John) r 38 Gladys 
" Nellie tchr Pub School r 2701a McAllister 
•' Nenar B salswn r 89. «th Av 
" Rlchd M J (Ella F) attv r 1838 Larkln 
" Robt H (Ruth) chauffr 1515b. 48th Av 
" Robt W (Olga B) elk Eugene DIetzgen Co 

r 1200 Geary 
•' SamI C r 540 Fillmore 
" Snrnh J (wld Wm) r Sfl, 0th At 



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" SchuBllan (Corn) intnnn r 407. 35th Ay 
•' Tiillnrliii: Co 908 Market 
" Tho8 H drftainn Tower Cons Co r Bedwood 

Cltv 
" Thos W rnfrs act 22 Battery r H2 Kearny 
" Viva r 142.1 Wlllard 
" Vonnlo asHt nicr .State Motor Vehicle Dept 

r Alameda 
" Walli.ce r 1624 Tiirk 
•' Walter driver r 51.1 Dolores 
■• Walter G r 2723 Jackson 
" Walter G nrlnter r 2315 Dlrisadero 
" Walter J r 117. 4th 

" Walter S (Elizabeth) collr r HIS Dolores 
" W I acct J D * A B Sprcckcls Sccorltles Co 

r Berkeley 
" Wilfred W elk r 80. 8th Av 
" Win r 903 Pine 

•• Win (Maryl carp r 44 Hartford 
" Wni (MarKaret) det serct pollre r 2786 Sac- 

•■ Wni B tmstr r 13.33. 37th Av 
Armstrong Wm G salsn r 370. 8d 

" Wm H (Myrtle) r 1216, 8th At 
ARHSTEONG WX H, dentist, 602 Calltomla, 
tel Douglas 152, r Hayward 

" Wm H lab r 1039 Mission 

" Wm H (Emily) tmstr r 910 Irving 

" Win .S (Nettle) real est r 1228 McAllister 

" Wm T r 653 Sutter 

" Wm W elk .A. Carlisle & Co r 1624 Turk 

" W J elk AT&SF Ry r 300 Baker 

" & Allen (D F Armstrong 035 Market I M 
Allen) gowns 370 Geary 
^Vrmsworthy Gerald B Insp VRR r 952 Jackson 
Army and Navy News (monthly) 6 Kearny 
Armuth Arthur L r 1409 Sutter 

■• A L Jr mgr Arden Salt \^'ks r 1409 Sutter 
Army and Navy News Building 6 Keamy 

" and Navy News Pub Co 5 Keamy 

" Headquarters Western Dept 601 Market 
ASMY AND NAVY YOUNe KEN'S CHSI8TIAN 
ASSN, Walter T Martin sec. 228 Emborca- 
cadero. annex. 172 Embarcadero 

" Garage 3101 Mission 

" St Planing Mill, Army and Harrison 

" St Wharf Islals and 3d 

" Transport Service ft Laguna 
Arnaboldi Angelo ptmmkr r 1847 Stockton 
Amaldo Domenlco (Mary) r 212 Dore 
Arnared R mgr St Gabriel Apta r 1739 Pine 
Arnason Krlst upholstr r 3048, 16th 
Arnatou M Cyril restaurant 604, 6th, r 5 Fella PI 
Arnautou Satounin waiter r 776 Pine 
Amaud Chlaffredo (Basilide) grocer 32(M Scott 

- Edw r (Bessie E) electn r 177 Haight 

" Louis E musician r 1326 Hyde 

" Luke (Ambraislne) butcher r 3032 Laguna 

" Paul dairjTnn r 637 California 
Arnaudo Bartolomeo bootblk r 54 Hallam 

" Domenlco tailor r 54 Hallam 

" Giovanni (Marie) bootblk r 54 Hallam 

'* John Ironwkr r 740 Union 

" Lorenzo (Marie) baker r 2814, 23d 
Amherger Riihd C (Mary) enc r 526. 18th Av 
Arndt Chas W (Kate) tailor r 676 Alvarado 

" Florentlna (wid John) r 182 Charter Oak Av 

" Harry (Nora) express r 1425 Kansas 

" Harry C capt USN r 1641 Sutter 

" Herbert C (Jane) dentist r 638, 16th At 

" Herman carp r 2315 Mission 

•' J mach r 1461 Stelner 

" Jessie (wld John) r 264, 9th At 

" John musician r 627 Taylor 

" RIchd L (Pearl) blksmlth r 865 Elizabeth 

" Rudolph H (Marie) lab r 115 Cuvier 

" S Jane tchr Pub School r 538, 16tU At 

" Stanley atty 1 Montgomery r 175 Common- 
wealth 

" W B r 780 Post 
Amell Elmer (Gertrude) cond r 681 Laldley 

" John L (Salma) seamn r 55 CoUingwood 
Anieninnn Geo W (Aimllnj linker r 1145 Hayes 
Amer Axel mlllmn Acme Mills r 94 Ramona 

" Elmer R elk Assoc Oil Co r Oakland 
Arneson Alex trunkmkr r 1282 Hampshire 

" Henry B (Odine) printer r 40 Lundy's Lane 

" Inca (widowl r 1701 Goueh 

•' Mary (wld Martini r 463 Ellsworth 

" Niels tailor r 318 Gambler 
Amest Harry lab r 2020 Howard 

" Peter J (N J Kiratso & Co) r 138 Hyde 
ARNEIT, see also Amott 

" Louis salsn H Bcrcovlch r 938 Hyde 
.Imey Elsie nurse r 1716 Webster 
Amhart Clarence M (Mabel) elk Mataon NaT 

Co r 3871, 18th 
Arnheim Abraham salsn r 3083 California 

' Anna Mrs (Arnheim A Osterverp) r 2221 
Lark In 

" Jos (Belle) diamonds 704 Market r 766 Sutter 



ARNHEIM 
" Jos salsn r 17 Powell 
" Julius S r 820 Florida 
** Rose (wld Solomon) r 3063 California 
" Walter B salsn r 424 Ellis 
" & 0.'*tervere hair dressers 126 Post 

Amhold B & Co grape> juice 116 Toivnsend 
" Bertha (wld BonJi r 1040 Van Ness Av 

Arnholt Chns (Alice) broker r 525 Anza 
" John lab r 1428 Thomas Av 

ArnlU John J elk QM Corps 405 Van Ness At 

Amke Henry A (Theresa) grocer r 42 Park 
" Henry A Jr (Theresa) (Flanncry Gray & 

.\mkel r 392 Fair Oaks 
" Ilia M bkpr Spauldlng r 42 Park 
" Jos A (Josephine) r 1841 Burrows 
" Rudolph F mach r 42 Park 

Amo Anna (wld John) r 162i^ Randall 
" Hotel 248 Mason 
" Louis (Louisa) gardener r 220 Williams At 

Arnold A r 2028 Mission 
" Albert elk r 51 Ford 
" Albert H (Anna) salsn r 126 Alpine Ter 
" Anna P (wld D Elmer) r 169 Arlington 
" Anthony farmer r 637 California 
" Anthony Ironwkr r 322 Butledge 
" Apartments 1821 Polk 
" Arthur (Katherlnc) mach r 2762, 22d 
" Austin W atty Kohl Bldg r 662 Sutter 
" B with Cal Central Creamery r 1412 Market 
" B Mrs r 1722 Ellis 
" Bert I elk SP Co r 708 Central At 
" Bertha (wld Antone) r 322 Rutledge 
" Bertram L elk r 917 Cole 
" C r 192. 4th 
" C Mrs r 1457 Geary 
" Chas (Daisy E) elk r 1344 Jackson 
" Chas (Elizabeth) lab r 729 Mississippi 
" Chas F broker Lunham & Moore r 794 Lyon 
" Chas G eng r 169 Arlington 
" Chas M (Margaret) carp r 2901 Folsom 
" Chas N (Annetta) molder r 87 Banks 
" Clement H (Mabel) phys 177 Post r S828 

" Edw H watchmn r 1005 SllUman 

" Elgin L salsn Arnold Tire Co r 142. 9th At 

" Elmo A (Luclle) cond r 1320 Haight 

" Emil (Marie) r 2013 Oak 

" Eugenie (wld Fred I r 51 Ford 

" Evelj-n F stenog Bank of Italy r 1176 Clay 

" F C eng Fed Bd Vocational Education r 

Oakland 
" Florence A Stenog Sav Union Bank A Tr Co 

r 653 Sutter 
" Frank A (Margaret) cont r 790 Kansas 
" Frank G (Martha) salsn Frank Werner Go 
r 711 Leavenworth 
ARNOLD FRANK D, asst cashr and see Mer- 
cantile Trust Co of 8F, r Berkeley 
" Fred (Ellse) chef r 366, 31st At 
** Fred B pressmn r 369 Capp 
" Frederica (wid Gottlieb) r 186 Valler 
" Fredk W r 1259 Eddy 
" Fremont C (Elizabeth) eng r 815 York 
" Frieda L elk r 901 Fell 
" G C whscmn r 293, 4th 
" Geo L elk R M S r 815 York 
" Glenn B (Daisy) caulker r 1574 Howard 
" Grace W Mrs r 37.S Golden Gate Av 
" G Stanlelgh atty 1 Montgomery r Kflntfleld 
" Harry (Margaret K) r 1660 Green 
" Harry B (Ettla) mgr Jones & H Co r 1134 

Hyde 
" Harry B Jr (Edith F) chauffr r 768 Church 
" Helen (wld Harold) r 2424 Fillmore 
" Henry J r 851 Post 
" Irving P salsn Famous Players Lasky Corp 

r 378 Golden Gate At 
" John r 653 Sutter 

" John E snisn Bush Elec Corn r 540 Powell 
" John E salsn L S Simons r Burllngame 
" John J supervisor Bank of Italy r 1000 Union 
" John R elk SP Co r Berkeley 
" John W (Grace I) eng r 1466 Hyde 
" Jos elk French-Am Bank of Savings r 764 

Post 
" Jos Ironwkr r 322 Rutledge 
" Jos (Henrietta) lab r 237 Page 
" Jos R (Susan M) eng r 1161* Fillmore 
" Kate M Mrs r 1348 Central At 
" Lee salsn Sommer & Kaufmann r 416 Jones 
" Lewis M r 903 Pine 
" Lillian Mrs elk r 903 Pine 
" Lloyd E r 903 Pine 
" Louis boxmkr r 242 Turk 
" Louis (Sarah) (Arnold Tire Co) r 118, 10th 

At 
" Louise J Mrs r 1828 Hyde 
" Louise tchr Pub School r 1529 Octavia 
" Mniirlce (Elizabeth) shipnricht r .145 Pren- 
tiss 



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ARNOLD 

■ Mary r 2107 Bush 
ARNOLD MAX (Lela) High Grade Autouiol>ilc's. 
Van Ness Av at Sacramento, tel Frankllu 
202. r 21!li) Sacramento 
" Michel (Prancesca) trucker r 418 'Glrard 
•• Nellie r 76. 3d 

" Nlnlan J (Arnold & Mabey) r Berkeley 
" Otto (Lucy) sawmkr r 3328, 19th 
"♦Percy poultry 1005 Sllllman 
" Raymond (Frances) pressmn r 2049 Mission 
" Kifka (wid Jos) r 118, 10th Av 
■■ Roht I' (K M Hiiharilaon & Col r Berkelev 
'• Roy (Alice) auditor r 2946 California 
" S F Mrs r 990 Geary 
" Sidney W mach r 1312 Fulton 
** Stanfleld N mgr Cement Gun Construction 

Co 693 Market 
" Stanley C (Irene) salsn r 953 Edinburgh 
■" Steve T painter r 316 Myrtle 
" Thos C r 805 Bush 
•• Tire Co 1(ir>f> Mnrkot 

■" Walter (Theresa V) mtrmn r 425 Geneva Av 
" Walter F r 790 Kansas 
" Wilbur E (Mayme) pajTnstr r 157 Delmar 
■" Wm H (Florence) mach r 700 Hayes 
" Wm L ins Fireman's Fund Ins r Berkeley 
" Wm B elk Angio-Cal Trust Co r 446. leth Av 
•' Wm T salsn Allen's Photo Supply r 153 

Market 
" Wm W (Elizabeth) salsn Ogden Pkg & Pres 

Co r 917 Cole 
*' & Mabey carpenters 230. 5th 
" & Rollins bldg mgrs 830 Market 
Arnoldy Jolin M (Mary Bl rep Pyrac Jlfg Co r 
2400 Van Ness At 
" T Peter salsn r 2400 Van Ness Ay 
Arnoffo Gulseppe (Lucrezie) lab r 1057 James- 
town Av 
Arnone Carmie F (Frances) salsn r 2475, 19th At 
Arnot Eugene M eng r 4442 Mission 
" Ralph mgr West Coast Distributor Co r 
Oakland 
ASNOTT, see also Arnett 



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Jas A r 2426, 32d Av 
" Thos F electn r 935 Columbus Av 
Arnould Frank J (Julia) mach r 18 MarslUy 
Arnouts Louis musician r 1051 Fell 

" Mary (wid Franz) r 1051 Fell 
Arnoux Louis (Marie) mgr Alexandria Hotel r 

101(J Bush 
Arnovitch Mae M Mrs sec J W Van Praag r 

1237 Vallejo 
Arns Ira O (Louise) autos r 1985 Grove 
" Max A agt Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co of 
N J r Oakland 
Arnsberg Benj (Selma) with Wm Krenzlen r 

324 Hyde 
Arnsen Max hlpr r 837 Vermont 
ARNSTEIN, see also Aronstein 
" Henry (Nettie) consulting eng and chemist 

Phelan Bldg r 573, 22d Av 
" Hugo (Erma) agt r 3535 Clay 
ARNSTEIN LAWRENCE, sec Arnatein Simon 
& Co and member Board of Health r 3660 
Clay 
" Ludwig (Mercedes) pres Amsteln Simon & 

Co r 3590 Clay 
" Mabel L r 3590 Clay 

ARNSTEIN SIMON & CO. 

Ludwig Amsteln pres, A Stein v-pres, Law- 
rence Arnstein sec, importers woolens and 
trimmings, NW cor 3d and Mission 
" Walter (Alice) pres S F Sac RB r 2211 
Washington 
Arntz Julian F drftsman r 1211 Doloree 
" Roht W cliemist r 1211 Dolores 
** Werner P (Hannah) tralimistr r 1211 Dolores 
Apo Annie (wid John) r 162^4 Randall 
" Robt (Camella) r 111 Trumbull 
AroUa Adrian (Frances) lab r 500 Linda 
ABON, see also Aaron 
" A Leslie solr State Life Ins Co r 304 Euclid 
At 

AEON J & COMPANY (Ltd.) 

General Exporters-Importers, Coffee Im- 
porters and Jobbers, 233 California, tel 
Kearny 1252 
" Jules (Sydnlo S) Insecticide Co r 1030 Polk 
" Leopold (Rae) clothing r 1105 Bush 
" Maurice (Belle) decorator r 245 Arguello Blvd 
" Morris cigarmkr r 2275 California 
Arone Giuseppe (MichPlinn) shoemkr 946 Leav- 
enworth r 39 Cook 
Arones Leonard (MnriiO express r 874 Broadway 
•' Sam lab r 1200 Kearny 
Aronovici Carol dlri-c-ttir Cnl State Com of Imm 
. and Housing r Belvedere 



ArciiiNuliii Miirtin real est 217 Montgomery r 

2308 Fulton 
ARONSON, see also Aaronson and Aronsohn 
" Abraham (Nettle) pres Aronson Realty (yo 

r 2120 Pacific Av 
" Arthur J salsn r 1420 Jackson 
" Building, 86, 3d 
•' Chas S (Minnie) pres Pittsburg Water Heater 

Co r 3051 Clay 
" Danl (Dorothy M) sec Aronson Realty Co 
r 3587 Clay 
ARONSON DAVID L sales and merchandise mgr 
Cahn Nickeisburg & Co r Oakland 
" Edmund A salsn Sherwin Williams Co r 

Oakland 
"EH elk Leighton Jellett Co r Oakland 
" Hedwlg (wid John) r 8424. 16th 
" Ida C (wid John) r 1389 Kansas 
ARONSON INSURANCE AGENCY, 316 Mer- 
chants Exchange Bldg, tel Douglas 723 
" Isabel M stenog r 3051 Clay 
" Ivar baker r 3:16 Cumberland 
" J Conrad lab r 1389 Kansas 
" Katherlne r 1420 Jackson 
" Leon with I> Hamburger & Co r 1760 Wash- 
ington 
" Marvin I r SOa Merrltt 

" Max salsn Nolan Earl Shoe Co r 1036 Jones 
" P V phys r 800 Bush 
" RaynH>nd r 1389 Kansas 
ARONSON REALTY CO, A Aronson pres, D 
Aronson sec, real estate, 316 Merchants 
K.xihange I'.lde. tel Dourlas 723 
" Rebecca Mrs r 1420 Jackson 
" Stella buyer r 1717 Bush 

" Wm M salsn Pittsburg Water Heater Co r 
3051 Clay 
ARONSTEIN see Arnstein 

" Meyer W optician r 1824 Buchanan 
Arouset Jean Indywkr r 1477. 15th 
Arouz Geo r 333b Clementina 
Arp Apartments 2233 Larkin 
" Chas W (Bertha I ins r 2233 Larkin 
" Walter E electn r 2233 Larkin 
Arpagaus Christian M IDomenica) dairymn r 

3658, 17th 
Arper Annie nurse r 1051 Post 
Argues Camilo L contr r 1020 Lombard 
Arrambide Grace (wid J B) r 1901 California 
" Mario r 1901 California 
" Olympla r 1901 California 
Arran Apartments 285 Clara 
Arras Adam (Margaret) contr r 65 Hoff 

" Gottlieb cementwkr r 2084 Mission 
Arrasco Sablno (Gertrude Gl blksmith r 334a 

Bryant 
Arrate Clemente (Grace) barber r 801 Broadway 
Arreagada Everaldo M eng American Marble 
Works r 380 Dolores 
" Francisco F chauffr r 386 Dolores 
" Maria Y S (wid Francisco) r 386 Dolores 
Arredondo D r 820 O'Parrell 

" Leonore Mrs r 320 Chestnut 
Arrell G B r Palm Av 
ARREOLA sea Arriola 
" David hlpr r 725 Carolina 
" Manuel hlpr r 725 Carolina 
Arricau Helen JIrs elk r 714 Stelner 
Arrick Allta nurse r 1000 Union 
Arrlco Frank porter r 389 Green 
Arrieu Bernard waiter r 933 Broadway 

" Pierre (Marie) laundry 2731. 23d 
Arrlghl Angelo (.Urighl & Ansaldl) r 518 
Clement 
" Corrado (Arrlghl & Petlevlch) r 719 Ellis 
" Saml (Arrlghl & Giorclnil r 2807 Polk 
■ Victor r 1485 Pine 
" & Ansaldl (A Arrlghl V Ansaldl) frnlts 522 

Clement 
" & Glorginl (S Arrlghl E Glorginl) fruits 

6701 California 
" & Petlevlch (C Arrlghl C Petlevlch) fruits 
705 Ijirkln 
-Vj-righinl Roger (Florence) vulcanlzer r 3009 

Mission 
Arrigoni Cesare (Lilly) (Arrlponl Mamminl & 
Co) r 089 Fell 
" Gino (Henry's Fashion Restaurant) r 2245 

Chestnut 
" Mainmini & Co groceries 501 Fillmore 
" Torello (Coral sailmkr r 1004 Mason 
" Ugo canner r 242a Hartford 
ArrigottI I'niberto janitor r 55 Valparaiso 
ARRILLAGA MUSICAL COLLEGE. Vicente de 
Arrlllaga mgr. 2315 Jackson, tels Fillmore 
951. West 4737 
Vicente de mgr Arrlllaga Musical College r 



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Clay 
" Nicholas T (Ixiuelln) den registrar r 0210 

Geary 
" Norman J elk Nathan Dohrmann & Co r 1090 

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ARRIOLA see also Arreola 

" Alturil liujBlilnn r 554. 3d Av 

" CarloB E nuislcinn r 2150 Larkln 

" Edw F (Guadalupe) photocr r 872 Green- 
wich 

" Eucene musician r 1720 Baiter 

" Thco H with Peacock Motor Sales Co r 872 
Greenwich 
Arrlpe I'eter r 814. 22d 
Arro Hans Bcamn r 279. 13th 
Arrobblo Edith elk SP Co r Oakland 
Arrovlty Serafin cook r 820 Pacific 
Arrow Apartments 124 Mason 

" Electric Co 679 Howard 

" Line 430 Sansome 
ARROW OIL CO, fuel oil, crude oils, lubricants, 



Av 

" Transfer Co 441 Jones 

Arrowsmlth Albert A (Eva) elk WP Ry r 1207 
Bush 
" Chas C T-pres Harr "Wasmer Pub Co r Mill 

Valley 
" G E & Co brokers Russ Bide 
" Geo B (G E Arrowsmlth & Col r Oakland 
Arroyo Evarlsto lab r 106 Lansrton 
" Jose (Maria) elev opr 22 Lucerne 
" Louis cook r 20. 6th 

" Louis (Marearet) printer r 1506% Leaven- 
worth 
" Marv widow r 945a Jackson 
" Jos P (Eiieenla) elk r 1483b. 48th At 
" Rafael machhd r 22 Lucerne 
Arroyos Frank seamn r 1021 Van Ness Av 
Arsarius Abraham .ianltor r 154 Hawthorne 

" Gek janitor r 154 Ha^vtho^ne 
Arssonl Attilio (Doral chauffr r 1527 Jones 
Art Association of San Francisco cor California 

and Mason 
ART BRASS AND METAL SPIKTKING WORKS. 

915 Folsom, tel Kearny 5834 
Art Craft Reed Works 1264 Valencia 

" Embroidery Manufacturing Co 165 Post 
ART FLORAL CO (Inc) P Vincent Matrala 
pres. choice cut flowers, artistic deslcns. 
member Florists* Telegraph Delivery, flow- 
ers delivered anywhere. 255 Powell. telB 
Kearny 3524, 3525 
" Letter Shop multiKraphinc printing mall ad- 
vertising 1012 Phclan Bldg 
ART METAL CONSTRUCTION CO. M G West 
Company distributors, metal office furni- 
ture arid tiling cabinets, 117 Front, tel 
Kearny 3760 
ART POLISHING CO (L J Kelly, F L Ardoln) 
piano repairing, polishing and tuning, 986 
Valencia, tel Mission 2533 
" Press 418 Turk 
" Rattan Works 475 Sutter 
" Reed Co 1576 Folsom 
" Reed Mfg Co (Inc) 851 Bryant 
" Slide Studio (Inc) lantern sUdes 1113 Mar- 

Artal Clrilo r 751b Vallejo 

Arteach Phillip r 74, 6th 

Artellan Alphonso W (Elizabeth) paperhgr r 
1263, 21st Av 

irtcr Harold elk Pac Fruit Ex Co r 1343 Sac- 
ramento 
" Norman A mfrs agt Phelan Bide r Alameda 
" Norman R (Nellie) salsn r 940 Leavenworth 

Arterburn B Mrs r 541 Scott 

Arth Catherine (wld Wm) r 237 Broderick 
" Henry A salsn Kellogg Switchboard & Sul>- 

plv Co r Ookland 
" H Wm elk r 237 Broderick 

Arthey Leo elk r 1306 Golden Gate Av 

Arthur Apartments 691 Post 
" Chas (Gertrude I) phys r 174, 22d Av 
" Edna Mrs sec Practitioners Lab r Oakland 
" Edna S china decorating 3327, 24th r 1105 



" Frank B elk P N Lange & Son r 1242a 
2d At 

" Geo H (Jane G) contr 320 Hayes r 1330 
8th Av 

" Harry F r 1315 Clay 

" Herbert with Honig Cooper Co r Oakland 

" J Lemuel (Mary J) r 1236 Areuello Blvd 

" J W insp r 76, 3d 

" Oria A carp r 1242a, 2d Av 

" Robt (Bertha M) acct r 1829 Turk 

" Rolia W elk SO Co r 1430 Page 

" Sarah B Mrs r 1242a, 2d Av 

" The lodgings 885 Folsom 
Artiers Louis buyer O'Connor Moffatt & Co r 

1070 Clay 
Artlgalas Frank (Nellie) driver r 405 Fair Oaks 
Artigue J Lo\ils (Abby) sign painter 1059 Mis- 
sion r 751, 7th Av 

" Waldo L with Fireman's Fund Ins r 751 
7th Av 
Artlgues Achllle L organist r 948 Lake 

" John L elk Bayle Lacoste & Co r 1332 Evans 

At 

FAIRBANKS SCALES 

Oil Engines Electric Motors 

STATIONA.RY AND MARINE STEAM PuMPS" SUPPLIES 

FAIRBANKS- MORSE & CO. _^^ 

65 < Mission Streex (See Pag« 126) Phone Pougi-AS 3385 

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ARTIGUES 
" Ferdinand ntty 110 Sutter r 199, 20th At 
" Jos E phys 21 Columbus At 
•' Marie (wld Loulsl r 014 Lake 
" Marlus D (Louise) insp US Customs r 914 

Lake 
" Nellie (wld Chas) r 1332 Evans At 
" Noelle (wld Jos) r 2310 Buchanan 
" Odlle (wld Emile) r 138, 8th Av 
Artlme Pablo cigars 76 Clay r 847 Broadwaj 
ARTISTIC METAL WORKS (John Poster) Or- 
namental Iron, Brass and Bronze. 1322-1328 
Howard, tel .Market 9091 
ARTISTIC PLANT PRESERVING CO. M Scgall 

prop, 2125 Bush, tel West 2187 
Artists Building 535 Sacramento 
Artoux Emile (Augusta) ironwkr r 415 Vienna 
" Geo (Mabel) chauffr r 2203 Broderick 
" John tanner r 12 Latona 

" Lezin elk O'Brien Sportono & Mitchell r 1610 
Larkln 
Artru Apartments 1220 Pacific 
" C Henry (Helen) cashr C J Hendry Co r 1420 

Pacific 
" Henry (Irma) mgr r 115 Bernard 
Artuffo Evaslo (Julia) marblewkr r 310 

AndoTer 
Artus John (Ellse) baker r 26 Cumberland 
Artusio Jos (Jennie) lab r 733 Green 
Artz Wesley carp r 135, 8th 
" Willis A (Artz & Baur) r 1608 Washington 
" & Baur (W A Artz F C Baur) barbers 3181 
22d 
Arundall Chester (Ethelyn) chauffr r 2321 Cali- 
fornia 
Arvedl Consalvo (G B Schiafflno & Co) r 1338 

Mason 
Arvedl Italo (Amelia) teller Bank of Italy r 

1338 Mason 
Arvidson August elk r 2859 Harrison 
" Axel (Ellen R) lab r 2615 California 
" Lilly S elk r 2859 Harrison 
Arvlgl Katherine (wld Antonio) r 2802 Howard 
" Emily seamstress r 2804 Howard 
'* Louis (Arvigi & Lombardi) r 180 Lisbon 
" Mary (wld Jos) r 2804 Howard 
" Sidney (Frances) shipwkr r 2804 Howard 
" & Lombardi (Louis Arvlgl Clemente Lom- 
bardi) painters r 4439 Mission 
Arvigo Steve (Mary) lab r 132 Arleta Av 
Arvilla Apartments 2749 Mission 
Arvln Ray A (Lorena) glasswkr r 98 Gates 
Arvon Apartments 445 Octavla 
Arvonen Alice nurse r 3629, 26th 

'• Geo F lab r 3629, 25th 
Arzac P elk O'Connor Moffatt & Co r 1862 
Sutter 
" Jose elk O'Connor Moffatt & Co r 1862 Sutter 
Arzberger Jos (Martha) r 132 Diamond 
Arzt Antone B r 700, 2d Av 
" Ella widow r 700, 2d Av 
" Fredk J (Madeline) bollermkr r 700, 2d At 
Asahi Trading Co toy importers 544 Market 
Asalino Edith r 2657 Folsom 
Asanovlch Milan cook r 480 Ellis 
Asaro Angel (Leona) (Compagno & Asaro) r 
1270, 24th Av 
" Jos elk Compagno & Asaro r 1855 Stockton 
Asbeck Julius W (Retta) r 710 Madrid 

ASBESTOS COMPANY OF 

CALIFORNIA (Ralph M Bundschu, Chas K 
Brown) asbestos pipe and holler coverings 
and magnesia products, 16 Natoma. tel 
Eearny 3860 (See Fase 11) 
" Textile Co 461 Market 
Asblum Sylvain (Lucy) jeweler r 1219 Ocean At 
Asbury Luclle widow r 2856 Union 
" Methodist Episcopal Church EeT W H A 
Hornaday pastor 7th Av and Geary 
Ascear Geo lab r 935 Kearny 
ASCH see Ash and Ashe 
" Benj (Julia) dep US Internal Rev 

Sacramento 
" Bert (Miller & Asch) r 751 Page 
" Melville (Louise) elk r 1336a Guerrero 
" Dewitt elk Isidore Asch r 118 Taylor 
" Franclna Indnvkr r 1700 Baker 
" Fredk H (Flossie) salsn r 2321 California 
" Fredk J with Lachmon Bros r 83 Eddy 
" Isidore cigars 848 Market r 1041 Dolores 
" Jeanette elk r 1041 Dolores 
" Paula r 1041 Dolores 
" Simon (Jennie) salsn r 751 Page 
Asche M W Mrs r 920 Taylor 
ABOHHEIM see Aachelm 
Aschen Katherine (wld Henry) r 2196 Green 

" Martha nurse r 2198 Green 
Aschcnbrenner Fredk G (Carrie) cook r 413 
Douglas 
" Walter J atty Mills Bldg r Oakland 
ASCHER see also Asher 
" Henry D (Mever & Co) r San Mateo 
" Herman (Annie) tailor r 1737 Golden Gate 
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Aseherman Charlotte A bkpr Hencken & Burner 

r 1102 Masonic At 
ASCHHEIM see also Ascheim 
•• Israel J crand sec B'nai-Brlth (I O O B) r 
1000 Slitter 
Ascher Abraham (Edith) salsn r 1161 Hayes 

• Herman (Theresa) tailor r 1657 McAllister 
Aschlerls Jlarco (Mareuerlte) tanner r 2203 
Quesada Av 
" Vincent lab r 2203 Ouesada Av 
Aachman Ludwlc J salsn r 1760 Mission 
ASCHMANN see Ashman 
•■ Trank G (Lena! erocer 300« San Bruno At 
(ieo H (Julia) aet r 1240 Bush 
Wm M (Elizabeth) telwkr r 122. Sd At 
Aschwanden Michael G (Annie) dazler r 885 

Castro 
Ascot Apartments 235 Oak 
ASCROFT see Ashcroft 

" Alice W (wld Henry) r 4720 Geary 
Asdlazaran Joaquin (Laura) elk r 2222 Clay 
Asello John (Jennie) mach r 11a De Boom' 
Asemocopulos Steve restaurant 3288% Mission 

Aser Stanley H elk SP Co r 898 Stelner 
Asford Georcia r 1225 Tavlor 
ASK see Asch and Ashe 
" A S r 801 Jones 
" Chas S r 851 California 
" Dorothy M tchr r 3238. 21st 
!! S^i?^', J^ H elk Bank of Italy r Sausallto 
" E K Mrs r Clift Hotel 
" Howard (Maude) elk Arcade Pharmacy r 

545 OTarrell 
" Jas L (Isabel) (J L Ash & Co) r 714 Cen- 
tral At 
ASH J L & CO (J L Ash and J H Brown) 
t T M v° ''''"" "'"""' "'"' nalnts, 62, 6th. 
" Margaret D tchr Pub School r 3238, 2l8t 

Michael lab r 809 Bryant 
" Max elk S & G Gumo Co r 654 Groye 
Paul musician r 434 Leayenworth 
Rachel L phys XJ C Hospital r 1277, 3d At 
Robt T stenoB SO Co r 3238, 21st 
Aahbaiich Homer T (Mary) editor Associated 

Press r 1134 Jackson 
Ashbee Jos L (Florence) Klasswkr r 1599 Treat 

At 
Ashbrook Etb r 2612 Clement 

" Laura r 2612 Clement 
Ashburn Addison A office 277 Pine r Fairmont 
Hotel 
" Parke pres Parke Ashburn & Co (Inc) r 
Fairmont Hotel 

ASHBURN PARKE & CO (Inc) 

Parke Ashburn pres, exporters and im- 
porters, Brain, beans and rice, general 
food products, 277 Pine, tol Kearny 1689 
Ashburner Emilia F (wld Wm) r 3214 Jackson 
Ashbury Apartments 009 Ashbury 
" HeiRhts Academy 881 Ashbury 
" HelKhts Advance mram Hinds editor 1672 

HalKht 
" Herbert r 971 Mission 
Ashby Danl r 2507 Pine 
" Essie M Mrs tel r 326, 22d At 
" Geo ■W yacQuero r 1720 Newcomb Ay 
Gertrude Mrs supervisor r 1485 Pine 
Shirley J dentist 209 Post r Oakland 
Wm C (Essie) r 326, 22d At 
" Wm S (Hilda) lab r 264 Lexlneton 
Ashcraft Neal cooper r 15 Nev 
Ashcroft G B drftsmn H H Mevers r Alameda 
Jennie H Mrs r 141 Brodcrlck 
Mabel P r 356 Octavia 
•' Wm H (Nellie) elk W A Plummer Mfe Co r 
6no Fulton 
ASHDOWN GOLD MINES CO, E A Douthltt 

sec, 724 Flood Bldff 
ASHE see Ash and Asch 

A .Sidney r 2315 Sacramento 

Elizabeth supt S F Nurslne Assn r 1097 

ASHE FRANCIS L (Irene) attvat-Iaw. 411-416 
Crocker Bide, tel Sutter 96. r 1336 Wash- 
InBton, tel Prospect 2178 
Jeaunle (wld Morris! r 100. 2d Ay 
John H (Emma F) express r 860 Cole 
John P teller THE FIRST NATIONAL 
BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO r 807 York 
" Jos P elk r 807 York 
" Matilda r 1338 Guerrero 

Matthew P elk Milton Bradley Co p 807 York 
Rlchd C (Nellie) r 3102 California 
ASHE R PORTER, attv-at-law, 1406 Clan* 
Spreckeis Bide, tel Sutter 2119. San 
Rafael, tel San Rafael 363 W 
Thos acct r 1335 Washineton 
" Thos A dep Reelstrar r 3415 Mission 
" W r 722 Taylor 
Ashelman Mary E (wld Alya D) notions 839 

Ashenfelter Jas auto mech r 1893 Folk 



-tsher Albert (JeanI pres Garcia & Maceini & 

Co r 112 Jordan Ay 
" Arthur R salsn Block-Levy & Co r 1648 

Stelner 
" Bertha (wld Isaac) r 164G Stelner 
" Bruno r 2425 Sutter 

" Chas L treas Pac SlKht-Seelne Co r 975 Sut- 
ter 
" Danl (Minnie) jeweler 240 Kearny r 1322 

Scott 
" Harold elk r 128 Newman 
" Harry elk Ducommun Hardware Co r 1557 

McAllister 
" Herman (Theresa) tailor 15S6 McAllister r 

1557 JIcAlllster 
" HuBo K (Mildred) atty 110 Sutter r 63 Palm 

Av 
" Isaac doormn M Friedman & Co r 556 Brod- 

erick 
" Isadore salsn r 2425 Sutter 
'■ Jacob r 228 Embarcadero 
" Jacob (Charlotte) tailor 155 Eddy r 128 

Newman 
." Jefferson W r Fairmont Hotel 
•' Louis pkr r 84 Woodward 
" Max K (Lillian) salsn UCS Co r 647b. 9th 

Av 
" Maurice (Esther) r 18.30 Golden Gate Ay 

Maurice L Mrs r Fairmont Hotel 
" M C Mrs stenoE J D Spreckeis Bros & Co 

r BerkeleT 
" Jfinnle (wld Morris) 556 Broderlck 
.. il"."" (Fannie) Ins r 1301 Leavenworth 

Philip salsn r 1012 Ellis 
" Phillip (Lillian) tmstr r 1542a Haves 
Rosarlo (wld Adolphl r 2425 Sutter 
" Wm Ins r 1301 Leavenworth 
" Wm (Lena) salsn r 1324 Scott 
" Wm (Gladys) salsn Great Western Smeltlne 
& Ref Co r 3202 Sacramento 
Asheriea Mario with A B Patrick Co r 2203 



Ashermann Henry shoemkr r 650 Lombard 
Asiitieid Isabella asst sec Assoc Radio Lab r 

1922 Sacramento 
Ashim Geo D elk QM Corps r Fort Mason 
.^shjian Rlchd Janitor r 1030 Post 
Ashland Thos (Irma) driller r 3635. 23d 

" Wm E cashr Bonestell & Co r Berkeley 
Ashley Anita with Individual TJnderwrltine 
Corp r 144. 17th Av 
" Anna (wld Jas H) r 589 Frederick 
' Arthemlse (wld Antone) r 1541 Oak 
" .\utomotlve Co tractors Mills Bide 

Bertha tchr Pub School r 2735 Bush 
" Chas elk r 1084 Folsom 

" Chas H (Ellen M) (Ashley & McMuUen) r 
399. 6th * - 
Oelos R 
Gate Ay 

•' Dexter G (Annie) elk r 107. 12th Ay 
'• Elizabeth Mrs r 581 Iw 
" Elizabeth M B Mrs (Hotel Florida) r 417 

Kearny 
" Geo H elk r 944 Noe 
" Guy B mlnluB ene r 399. 6th Ay 

Harold H elk SO Co r 2010 Vallclo 
" Inez B elk r 944 Noe 
" Jackson B r 728 Taylor 
" John B salsn Coffin Redlneton Co r 728 

Taylor 
" Julian W (Eva M) dentist r 25 Jolce 
" LlUle a (wld Geo W) r 944 Noe 

Mary E Brocer 3798. 17th 
" Paul P sec YMCA r Berkeley 
" Rea B (Drucllla) phys r 1369 Hyde 
" Raymond T pres Ashley Automotive Co r 

Reno Ney 
" Wm J euB r 589 Frederick 
.'L^Y™ ^""^ Ashley Automotive Co r Palo Alto 
ASHLEY & McMXJLLEN (C H Ashley. I H Mc- 
Mullcn) funeral directors. NW cor Geary 
and 6th At. tel Pacific 67 
Ashlock Lillian r 1386 Clay 
Ashhind Carl O carp r 37 Woodward 
ASHMAN see Aschman 
" Frank T elk Anelo & London Paris Nat Bank 

r 1814 Turk 
" John H with J Barth A Co r 1614 Turk 
" W A elk Balfour Guthrie & Co r Oakland 

Wm H cashr SP Co r 3821. 20th 
" Wm K (Ada M) Importers r 999 Bush 
Ashmore P phys 1535 Jackson 

" Afari- B r CO Rlvoli 
Ashmun Eele with Am Red Cross r 627 Taylor 
AshpauBh Amos pipeftr r 654 Lake View Ay 
Ashpole Lester I (Ellen) salsn r 1172 Valencia 
ASHTON see Aston 
" Chas A (Margaret) mach r 822 Charter Oak 

At 
*• Clara M nurse r 460 Jones 
" Ellen B r 1238 Masonic At 
" Geo r 28 Chatham PI 
" Geo F Mrs r 1200 Clay 
" Helen librarian S readlnit room r 1200 Cali- 



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ASHTON 
•■ Horace C cashr Pac SS Co r 2562. 30th At 
" Juhii niaih r 81'2 Charter Oak Av 
•• Mary (wld Alirahanil r 1742 Palon At 
" Itowlnnd H (Ednal elk US Customs r ■404a 
Vlck»l>urE 

ASHTON VALVE COMPANY 

Chas U Bailey, mfrs rep. 503-S05 Mission, 
tel Sutter 6454 
" AV Frank seunin r 2,') Rutledffe 
" Wm H enc r 25 Rutledcc 
" "\Vm J (Minnie) with Dunham Carrlcan & 

Hayden Co r 1327 Valencia 
" & Gardiner (Frank H Gardiner) real est 401 
Hayes 
Ashurst Mary A (wid Cam B) r 105 Belyedere 
Ashworth Bessie hemstltctaint: 2880 Mission r 
2833 Bryant 
" David C (Anna) lather r 4384. 23d 
•• F, Mrs stenoc r ."iOS Stanyan 
" Edw (Acnes) bakery 1259 Leayenworth r 

1238 Leavenworth 
" Eva L den I'S Int Rev r 402 Cole 
•• Frank P (Geneva H) dentist 610 Cole 
" Fred D (Flora) dentist r 2805 Mission 
" Herbert r 287 Jersey 

" Herbert (Mary) acetylene burner rl411 Noo 
" Marcaret bkpr r 1200 Sacramento 
" Rose A (wld John) r 1200 Sacramento 
" Raymond C cug RR Com r .S40 California 
Asis Timothy mach r 1137 Folsom 
Asimopoulos Geo (Annie) barber r 150 San Car- 
los 
Askey Elizabeth dressmkr r 1103 O'Farrell 
Asklns Saml JI asst mer Netherlands Fire & 

Life Ins Co r Berkeley 
Asmakis Jas restaurant 56 Embarcadero r 54 

Embarcadero 
Asmernlne Emil elk r 1035 Bush 
Aamus Emllle A r 166 Parmassus 
A.'Jmussen Alfred (Benlcia) rlumber r 182 PaB» 
•■ Alfred J driver r 182 Pace 
•• Anna elk r 182 Pace 
" Carl W (Annie) elk r 2709. 23d 
" Catherine J (wld Wm P» r 321 Richland At 
'■ Edna G stenog Locomobile Co of Am r Ala- 
meda 
" Geo J (Well) examiner r 971 Dolores 
" Hazel elk r 971 Dolores 
•' John (Ruth) lino oor r 920 Post 
" John W hlor r 626 Pine 
" Marcuerite (wld Geo) r 889 Cano 
" M\Ttle elk r 971 Dolores 
•■ Ruth Mrs r 539. 5th Av 
" Wm F Jeweler r 934 Halght 
Asnnrd Pascal (Jean) Indy-wkr r 36 Washburn 
" Raymond B r 36 Washburn 
Asnepa Giovanni fishermn r 483e Francisco 
Aspnren Jos (Jennie) blksniith r 1452 Mason 
Aspe Wm (Louise) lab r 605 Fell 
Asplnall John (Ruth) mtrmn r 709a San Jose At 
" John H ironwkr r 6 Cnlne Ay 
" Lawrence N (Ethel) mneh r 1560 Hyde 
" Robert (Martha) Ironwkr r 6 Caine Av 
Anpluml Adolph T (Loretta) nistr mar r 3828 
22d 
" Arthur A (Aucustn) mach r 1318. 4th At 
" Arvld W (Alena) barber 704 Chenery r 2727 

Diamond 
" Carolyn B stenoc r 3825. 22d 
" Elaine stenoc r 1318. 4th At 
" Enill (Hilda) foremn r 109 Andover 
" Frank enc H Liebes * Co r 266 San Carlos 
At 
Asqulth Slerld elk City of Paris r 1020 Post 
Assaf Michael (Wakim & Assaf) r 803 Howard 
Assalino Emma stenoc r 617 Delta 
" Gaetano (Amelia) lab r 617 Delta 
" Jas (Jennie) repr r 2240 San Jose At 
Asselln Homer L branch mcr Shumates r 621 
Post 
•• Jas H (Pearl) cenl foremn URR r 931 Kirk- 
ham 
Assentl Baslllo pedler r 26 Merrltt 

•• Louis (Louise) Janitor r 247 State 
Asserata Andrew lab r 2901 San Bruno At 
Asshelon Geo asmhlr Ford Motor Co r 64 Fair 

At 
Assessors office 101 City Hall 
Assman Frank J miner r 221. 3d 
•• Jacob elk r 2.')9. 6th 
*• Jos barber r 1740 I<acuna 
Assmann Carl (Metal waller r 183 Edinburch 
AssMiussen Albert Janitor r 1S2 t'aiic- 
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING AGENCY, Edwin 
Scott pres. C W Miles Kec-treas, direct by 
mail advertising, Chronicle Bldg. tel Kearny 
088 
" Auto Co 850 Vpn Ness At 
" Bible Students 2135 Sutter 



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ASSOCIATED CATALOGS OF PACIFIC COAST, 

tmlldinc material, equipment and machin- 
ery, for free distribution amonc architects 
and encineers on the Coast. Issued annually, 
560 Xllssion. tel Douclas 2372 
" Chambers of Conmieree of the Pacific Coast 
5.10 Mills Bide 
ASSOCIATED CKAKITIES OF SAN FRANCIS- 
CO. Selnh Chnmbcrluin pres. S I Wormser 
v-pres. C A Murdock treas. Mrs A W Beav- 
er sec. 1500 Jackson, finance committee. 
Merchants Exehance Bide 
" Coal Co 311 California 
ASSOCIATED CREDIT EXCHANGE OF SAN 
FRANCISCO (M Cartwrlcht) 660 Flood 
BUlc. lei Garfield 800 
ASSOCIATED DAISTHEN OF CALIFORNLA. 
(Inc), butter, cheese, sncar of milk, pow- 
dered milk and casein. 318 Lachman Bide. 
417 Market, tel Kearny 153 
" Dental Supply Co 15 Stockton 
*■ Enelneerinc & Supply Co 65 Market 
" First National Pictures (Inc) of San Fran- 
cisco 140 Golden Gate At 
" Fruit Co 510 Battery 

" Hardware A: Implement .Mutual Insuring Co's 
433 California 
ASSOCIATED HEALTH SERVICE. Liberty Hos- 
pital Co. Grace Darlinc Hospital Assn. 
ColnmWa National Hospital Abbu. 733 
Phelan Bldg. tel Sutter 34110. (See page 961 
ASSOCIATED MANUFACTURERS IMPORTING 

CO, 871 Market, tel Sutter 20S3 
ASSOCIATED METAL WORKS (A B Nelson) 
creamery, minlnc. mill and factory work a 
specialty, tanks, etc. 245 Minna, nr Sd, tel 
Douclas 422M 
" Jtllk Producers 53 Clay 

ASSOCIATED OIL CO. 

Paul Shoup pres, A C McLaughlin T-pres. 
P G Williams auditor and sec. W A Sloan 
treas, Sharon Bide. 55 New Montgomery, 
tel Kearny 4800 
ASSOCIATED PHARMACISTS, 617 Mission 

ASSOCIATED PRESS THE 

Edgar T Cutter supt western div, Mer- 
chants Nat Bank Bldg, 625 Market 
" Property Owners of S F 550 Montcomery 
" Radiocraph Laboratories Flood Bide 
ASSOCIATED SERVICE AGENCY, J L Rocera 
mcr, bureau of employment. 528 Hearst 
Bide 
" Sign Painters of S F 12 Geary 
ASSOCIATED SUPPLY CO sales dept, Elmer H 
Jones rep, oil and cas well supplies, Sharon 
Bldg 
" Telejihone Comi^anles 576 Sacramento 
ASSOCIATED TERMINALS CO. Warehouses, 
Wharf and Uall Facilities, geul ottices 324 
Sausome, tel Kearny 4100 
" Tradinc Co 24 California 
ASSOCIATED UNDERWRITERS. Wm W Alver- 

son mer. 200 Bush 
Association Athletic Club 2860. 16th 
ASSOCIATION (NORTHERN CALIFORNIA 
HOTEL ASSOCIATION) 204 Crocker Bide 
" of Bonded Attorneys 625 Market 
Assoiil .\ttllio r 1527 Jones 
Ast liertha stenoc r 935 Dolores 

•• Herman P (Ethel) driver r 47 Goethe 
Aster Auto Repair Works (Carl Poledner) 1350 

Paclflc 
Asti Hotel 303. 9th 
Astlciano Guclielmo lab r 548 Green 
Astlll Martha JIrs r 1380 Sutter 
Astles BenJ lab r 1312a Shafter 
Astley Arthur asst ene SP Co r Berkeley 
Aston Harvey elk r 570 Liberty 
■• Mabel A elk Pioneer Motor Co r 259 Oak 
" Raphael Jos (Eleanor) tailor 2977 Mission 
" Sydney elk WP Fuller & Co r 250 Oak 
" Apartments 1501 Leavenworth 
Astor Hotel 270 McAllister 
Astorg Fred A seamn r 411 Holly Park Circle 

" Louis hipr r 324 Highland Av 
Astoria Flourlne Mills Co J J Kelly dlst mer 

268 Market 
ASTORIA HOTEL, Jtl Uossello prop, 614 Bush, 

tel Kearny 4818 
Astra Rollln F (Vera) dept mgr r 674a, 9th Av 
Astredo Jos C (Florence P) probation officer r 

4 Alta Vlata 
Astren Saml mach r 206 Dolores 
Astroth Martin C driver r l,"iOa. 29th 

" Mary Mrs pkr r 158. 29th 
Astrne Chos J (Ida K) drftsmn SP Co r 173S 

Hyde 
Asturlss Enrliiue (Concha) farmer r 2243 Stelner 

•■ Rafael farmer r 2243 Stelner 
Ataseadero Copper Co 582 Market 
ATCHINSON see Acheson, Ackerson, Altchinson. 
Atchison and Atkinson 
" B M & Co (E 1.4 J E Cutten) com 2550 
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ATCHINSON 

" Fred (Vera) r 380 Grove 

" Geo {Mary I lab r 143 Victoria 

" Jas P chauffr r 1812 Scott 

" Jas E (Louise M) suDt constr r 517 Ashbury 

" Sanil clev opr r 2159 Mission 

•' Sanil H plumber 620 Washlnirton r Oakland 
ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE KT. main 

offices Santa Fe Bide 2d and Market 
Atcblnson Wilbur elk r 741 Arguello Blvd 
Ateff Jos hlpr r 1828 Lasalle Av 
Atell Dan r 480 Ellis 
Aten Matthias C (Mary) r 261'A Arllncton 

" Wilbur O dentist 133 Geary r Mill Valley 
AtenuccI Frank elk r 762 Pine 
Athan Geo (Aniastasia) r 617 Baker 
Athanaeatos Metaxos dk r 284. 4th 

•' Splro crocer 299, 4th r 284. 4th 
Athanaslde A M TO carrier r 193. 4th 

" J elk r 193, 4th 
Athanaslon Ada (wid Wm) r 1764 Eddy 
Athanasopoulos Nicholas lab r 40 Sheridan 
Athearn Fredk G (Haven Athearn & Hall) r 

Berkeley 
Athenian Apartments 948 Post 

ATHENIAN-NILE CLUB 

Walter M Gabriel sec 410, 14th, Oakland, 
tel Oakland 182 
Athens Bakinc Co 1447 Powell 
Atherley Walter elk r 41.15. 20th 
Atherstone Apartments 545 O'FarreU 

" Thos S office Mills Bide r Oakland 
Atherton Belle Mrs r 1155 Octavia 

" EUinh K r 3101. 16th 

" Faxon D stock broker Euss Bide r 2301 
Pacific Av 

" Faxon D Jr r 469 Pine 

" Harold (Mary) mach r 1742 Fell 

" S Gilbert Mrs r 814 Post 
Athlas Clarence elk r 1516 Dolores 

" Lottie (wid John) r 1516 Dolores 

" Percy pressmn r 1516 Dolores 
Athorn Mary Mrs r 2507 Pine 
Atkeson Grace elk Milton Bradley Co r Oakland 
Atkils Wm waiter r 1017 Washlneton 
Atkln B L with Pac Tel Co r 469 Pine 

" Frank H elk r 1385 Pine 

" Bobt lab r 1048 Larkin 

" Shirley S (Helen) atty r 3201 Washineton 

" Walter (Josephine) carp r 2850 Pine 
Atkind Sidney S (Serlna) Pac Coast mgr J 

Menlst Com r 146. 23d Av 
ATKINS see Adkins 

" Albert N (Lillian) bkpr SVW Co r 2833 
Washington 

" Albert J (Louise A) nhys 734 Pine 

" Bert (Frances) baker r 4452 California 

" Carl F r 232 Hermann 

" Chns H r 516 O'FarreU 

" Chas T ironwkr r 1574 Folsom 

" Chester H importer 503 Market 

" David (Mary) (Atklus Kroll & Co) r 1055 
Green 

" Delia M r 704 Bush 

ATKINS E C & CO. (Inc.) 

A W Shaw, mer, saw mfrs, planer knives, 
belting, pulleys and transmission, emery 
wheels and filine room machinery, 257 
Mission 

" E W stenoe r 879 Turk 

" Florence artist r 1040 Bush 

" G E Miss sec P K Brown r Oakland 

'* Geo E niech ene 369 Pine r Berkeley 

" Geo P bkpr r 1188 Jackson 

■' G Herbert (Atkins Kroll & Co) r Berkeley 

" Helen M nurse r 1821 Polk 

" Herman tailor r 234 LaSalle Av 

" Jacob (Mary) lab r 621 Redwood 

" John (Minnie) carp r 98 Cortland Av 

" John carp r 3156. 26th 

" John H P v-pres Vickery Atkins & Torrey 
(Inc) r Piedmont 

" Jos R (Marv) chauffr r 147 Sweeny 

ATKINS, KROLL & CO. 

import and export shippine and commission 
merchants, Newhall Bide, 260 California, 
tel Kearny 2543 
•■ Lavinin tcl opr r 1309 Hyde 
*' Mary nurse r 5 Parsons 
" Oscar P (Tesslc) baker r 1404 Post 
■' Uoht F elk Watson & Taylor r 478, 27th AT 
" Robt L r 951 O'Parrell 

ATKINS ROBERTS 

men's clothier, furnisher and hatter, and 
agt "Stein-Bloch Clothes." Glass Front 
Bide, 160 Sutter, tel Kearny 4620 
ATKINS BOBT S (Emma C) (Robert S Atkins) 
r 740 Geary 

" Sarah A (wid John) r University Mound Old 
Ladies Home 

" Thos O r 602 Mason 

" Wm (Ethel) Ironwkr r 2531 Sutter 



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ATKINSON see Acheson, Ackerson. Adklnson, 
Aitchison and Atchinson 
" Arthur (Sadie) silversmith r 225a Henr>- 
" Carol S elk r 491 Castro 
'• Chas (Elizabeth) atonectr r 801 Kansas 
" Olive J (Georele' salsn Bucklneham & 

Hecht r 261 Octavia 
" DouRlas G (Betty M) with J Earth & Co r 

2000 Pell 
" E lab r 1(106 Castro 
" Edenr L (Pearl) salsn r 2734 Anza 
" Edmund ,M (May) customs act US Treasury 

Dcpt r 535, 4th Av 
" Eebert A drftsmn r 460 Arch 
" Flora Mrs elk J Knllman r 2576a Bryant 
*' Florence r 430 Iowa 
" Francis J (AuKusta) sec Boyson's Phannacy 

r 3497. 2lHt 
" Genevieve elk Phoenix Assurance Co r 523 
Hank 
ATKINSON GEORGE F (Sarah) wood turnine 
and Cnlifornia wood souvenir novelties. 1785 
ISth. r 1876%, 15th 
" Harold L (Jennie) drueeist r 1829 Fulton 
" Harold L mer Am Adjustlne Assn r 540 

Powell 
" Harry L (Marie) bkpr r 335 Granada Av 
" Henry C (Catherine) r 82 Beaver 
" Henry C Jr elk r 82 Beaver 
'• Irene E elk Union Trust Co of San Francisco 

r 14 Broderlck 
" Irving M r 1220 Leavenwortli 
" Isabella elk Pacific Foundry Co r 2448 Mis- 
sion 
" Jas B elk Chas B McCormlck & Co r E23 

Banks 
" Jas J lab r 74 Mlzpah Av 
" John J (Margaret) mach r 357 Day 
" John R (Mary) foremn (JG Park r 110. 12th 

Av 
" John W r 2725 Broderlck 
" John W acct Ruckstell & Land r Oakland 
•• John W r 60, 7th 
" Jos lab r 688 Clay 
" Jos A mlllmn r 117 Brazil At 
" Jos J (Johanna) tmstr r 523 Banks 
'■ L II radio opr r 46^ Turk 
" Lisle I (Atkinson & B^-acht) r 1806 Castro 
" Martha (wid Herbert) r 1386, 8th Av 
" Maud r 1610 Turk 
" M H r 1427 Larkin 
" N I Comml Union Assurance Co r Burlln- 

ganie 
" Omar M with Nathan-Dohrmann & Co t 1257 

Pine 
" Ralph (Elizabeth) police r 1031 Sanchez 
" Robt (Charlotte W) optician r 81 Lapldeo 
" Robt W (Catherine) elk r 3832 Army 
" Roy A chauffr 1386, 8th At 
" Sarah (wid Ealph) r 1606 Castro 
" Thos E cert pub acct 201 Sansome r Oakland 
" Thos N wtchmn PO Bldg r 1408 Webster 
" W B elk SP Co r 55, 6th St 
'■ Wm B lab r 4019 Army 

• "& Kracht (L I Atkinson P B Kracht) bil- 
liards 4078, 24th 
Atlanta Hotel 7th and Mission 
Atlantic Comb Works of N Y 785 Market 
ATLANTIC FISH CO, H M Oolety mgr, import- 
ers of Eastern codfish. Norway mackerel 
and sulmou, etc, 201-203 Davis, tel Kearuy 
1308 
ATLANTIC GELATINE CO, W B Doile Co, 
Western representatives gelatine mfrs, 268 
Market, tel Garfield 560 
'* Gulf & Pacific Co 14 Montgomery 
" Gulf & Pacific Co of Manila exporters Call 
Bldg 
ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSUBANCE 00 (N Y) 
(Marine). Chas G WlDiainson, gcnl agt, 
322 California, tel Sutter 4418 
" Produce Co (Inc) com 515 Front 
ATLANTIC TEANSPOHT LINE, T H Larke, 
agt, tel liarlleUl 1055, 550 Market 

ATLAS ASSURANCE CO (Ltd.) 

(of London), Frank J Devlin, mgr, T H 
Falache, asst mgr, 100 Sansome 
Auto Top Mfg Co 1619 Pine 
Building 604 Mission 
Car Mfg Co 4r.r, California 
Club (Inc) 1505 Grant Av 
CrucUdc Stwl Co 44 Natonia 
ATLAS EDUCATIONAL FILM CO OF BAN 
FRANCISCO, T L Haines Jr prea, motion 
picture machines and supplies and film 
service. Pacific Bldg. 821 Market, tel 
Garfield 1317 
" Electric Co (Thco De Pass) 185 Stevenson 
" Express 1793 lA Geary 
" Garage 1444 Green 
" Heating & Ventilating Co 72 Prcelon 




The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. 

TEL. SUTTER 333 



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BRUNSWICK TIRES 767-769 Mission St. 



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ATLAS HOTEL, Alex Vayssle prop, 117, 4th, 
SB cor Mission, tcl Sutter 4520 
" Land & Const Co 149 New Montgomery 
" Laundry 138 Erie office 509 Montgomery 
" Mfg Co (Inc) tube cleaners 154, 1st 

ATLAS MORTAR COMPANY 

Chas M Cadman genl mgr, E H Euppert 
lupt, S8 Sutter, tel "Douglas 1084, factory 
St Bose's Av and Collins, tel Pacific 6714 

" Novelty Leather Co (M L Sands) 888 Bush 
ATLAS PHAEMACY, 1109 Valencia cor 23d 
tel Valencia 5679 

" Press 112 Hyde 

" Shipping Co 510 Battery 
ATLAS SPEED WAGON ('A ton), L M Field 
Inc, superylslng Pacific Coast distribution 
Martin Truck and Body Corporation, Indian- 
apolis, Ind., and York, Pa., 1401-1419 West- 
ern States Life Bldg, 6th and Market, tel 
Douglas 3115 

" Taxi Cab & Auto Service Co Hotel Manx 

" TradI - 

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" Jllnlng Co 786 Market 
Atrehl A r 1920 Sutter 
Attabit John (Jennie) (Valencia French Laundry 

Co) r 958 Valencia 
ATTACHO TEACTOE CO, J C Franklin pres, 
a tractor unit, 719 Hearst Bldg, tel Doug- 
las 22(i7 
Attard Giuseppe lab r 1880 Oakdale At 
Attell Caesar (Annie) jeweler 146, 3d r 119 

ISthAT 
" Coleman (Julia C) Jeweler 1211 Fillmore 

r 1.S12 Buchanan 
" J r 128 Jones 

" Jacob (Sophie) pawnbroker 15, 8d r 1664 
Washington 



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OAKLAND 



" Jos (Flora) (Chas p Davis & Co) r 608, 8th 

At 
" Jos H woolens 1253 McAllister r 1530 Mc- 
Allister . 
" Meyer (Gussle) (Green & Attell) r 540 Clay- 
ton 
" Mrs Minnie r 932 Fillmore 
" Mrs Monte delicacies 3145, 16th r 3578, 20th 
" Seymour (Esther) tailor 1253 McAllister r 
1630 McAllister 
Attenburg August B r 82 Carl 
Atterburg Harry elk r 175, 6th 
Attervegglo Micheli r 36 Columbus At 
Atthowe John M (Berkeley Transportation Co) 
r 2444 Bryant 
" Reginald (Laurietta) investments Hearst 

Bldg r 3629 Jackson 
" Wm C (Sarah J) bkpr r 713 York 
•■ Wm H bkpr r 713 York 
" & Co printers 344 Front 
Attlarius Edgar mech r 1810 O'Farrell 
•■ Frank W r 1810 O'Farrell 
" Louis M bkpr r 1810 O'Farrell 
Attlnger Adolph stereotyper r 1077 Noe 
" Annie L (wid Christian) r 610. 3d Av 
" Chas (Marie) watchmkr r 270, 5th At 
" Chas F marblewkr r 460 Brannan 
" Christian (wld Danl) prop Home Comfort 

Hotel 466 Brannan 
" Fred H jeweler r 2217 Pine 
" John metalwkr r 1077 Noe 
" John G (Lizzie) carp r 228 Clipper 
" Marie elk r 1077 Noe 
" Ulchd B (Nellie) salsn r 21 Cotter 
" W Fredk (Louise) tailor r 1162 Turk 
Attklsson Oscar B (Ada) r 1201, 6th At 
Attl Kajetan musician r 639, 44th At 

Attlosey E A r 734 Bush 

ATTOENEY OENEEAL STATE OF OALI- 
FOENIA, U S Webb, 1212 Humboldt Bank 
Bldg, tel Sutter 1935 
Attrldge Aune elk r 224 Noe 
" Arthur (Mary) elk PO r 224 Noe 
" Arthur J (Anna) chf elk PT&T Co r 1263 Oak 
" Bertrand electn r 224 Noe 
" Jas 573 Frederick 
" Jas lab r 2993 Folsom 
" John G police r 1112 Union 
" Mary r 2978 Washington 
" Raymond J bkpr r 224 Noe 
" Rlchd r 573 Frederick 
" Thos lab r 195 Ncy 
" Walter J mach r 224 Noe 
" Thos J lab r 673 Frederick 
Atts Mary r 410 Harrison 
ATTWOOD, see Atwood 
" Albert 'r r 16 Harper 
" Chas E elk AT&SF Ry r 2512 McAllister 
" Geo A cashr .VT&RF Rv r Oakland 
" Geo A driller r 16 Harper 
" Geo E (Ellen M) bkpr r 2512 McAllister 
" Jack E surv r 2512 McAllister 



Atwater Herbert elk r 44 Lansing 
" F H salsn r 558 California 
" Mary M (wld Maiwell W) r 2843 Green 
Atwell Jos M with SO Co r Oakland 

" C L elk QM Corps r 124a Parnassus At 
ATWOOD, see Attwood 
" Alex Q (Frances F) steamftr r 652 Castro 
" Austin J elk Wells Fargo Nev Natl Bank 

r 120 Delmar 
" Cecil mach r 653 Sutter 
ATWOOD CLAEENCE O, atty-at-law, 1086 Mills 
Bldg, tel Douglas 800, r 645 Post, tel Pros- 
pect 180 
" Chas G bkpr Diana Motion Plct Corp r 843 

Van Ness At 
" Edw R (Edith) with A A Browu Co r 376a 

4th At 
" Elizabeth C (wld Geo) r 225 Parnassus 
" Harrison (Lena P) T-pres H K McCann Co 

r 2528 trnlon 
" Henry A salsn Lelghton-Jellett Co r Oakland 
" John A (Alice) hamessmkr 496, 6th r 1246, 

2l8t At 
" Jos (Sallle) T-pres A A Brown Co (Inc) 

r 2206 Sacramento 
" Lulu P stenog r 225 Parnassus 
" Paul r 515 Ashbury 
" Philip bellnin r 151. 5th 
" Kobt B llneinn r 1300 Steiner 
" Eomola L elk White House r 225 Parnassus 
" Walter (Pearl) bkpr S P Oyster Co r 743 

Polk 
" Wm A (Elizabeth) dentist 323 Geary r 687 
12th At 
Atzard SaWatore lab r 525 Columbus At 
Atzeroth Fred L elk r 597, 8th At 
" Fredk W (Elizabeth) r 533 Fillmore 
" Marie (wid Henry) r 597, 8th At 
Atzllngen Elizabeth (wid Matheas) r 1188 Sil- 
ver Av 
Auballle Frank lab r 1707 Yosemite At 
Aubel G>iv S vulcanlzer r 1750 Mission 
" Jos (Mary) janitor r 432 Falcon At 
Auberg Anna I seamstress r 431 Banks 
Aubert Albert (Louise) lab r 119 Bothwell 
" Albert J tmstr r 1314 Baker 
" Arthur F elk r 2704 Mission 
" Edna M (wld Paul) r 2704b Mission 
" Eleanor elk r 2704b Mission 
" Eugene (Josephine) cook r 743 Campbell 
" Geo C with Aubert's Diamond Palace r 2704b 

Mission 
" Jos E watchmkr r 2704 Mission 
" Louis H (Alzire) (Aubert's Diamond Palace) 
r 2704b Mission 
ATTBERT LUCIUS J asst cashr The Anglo & 
London Paris National Bank r San Mateo 
" Paul S with Aubert's Diamond Palace r 

2704b Mission 
" Sidney P jeweler r 2704b Mission 
AUBEET'S DIAMOND PALACE, diamonds, 
watches, jewelry, silverware and cut glass, 
2700 Mission, tel Valencia 7020 
Aubertln Jules chef r 1540 Revere Av 
Aubertine Mariam (wld Geo) r 1602, 9th At 
Aubrcv Becker Sales On (J J .\.ubrey H V 
Becker) mfrs agts 576 Mission 
" E r 635 Ellis 

" Frank J (Aubrey Becker Sales Co) r Oakland 
" Homer J (Vivian > salsn r 1310 California 
" Katherlne seamstress r 181 Jersey 
•' Mrs Rhoda (Aubrey & Carlson) r 381 Turk 
" & Carlson beauty parlor 166 Geary 
Aubry Frank W N (Lutie) salsn Dodge Sweeney 
& Co r 1492 California 
" Mrs Kate dressmkr r 181 Jersey 
" Lloyd W elk SO Co r 1492 California 
" Mary F r 1316 Halght 
Aubuchon H J dept supt Methodist Book Con- 
cern r Mill Valley 
Auburn Hotel 481 Minna 
Auchell J r 2899 Washington 
Auchinleck Hugh cargo surveyor P J Seale & Co 

r Oakland 
Audemard Hotel 2084 Mission 

•• Leon A (Theresa) driver r 3415. 22nd 
Audeoud August L (MalTlna) cook r 266 Oranada 

At 
Audet L cook r 103. 4th 
Audlbert GustaTe pkr Eaton Crane & Pike r 

Oakland 
.Vudlfired Albert H (Beatrice) T-prcs-treas Mor- 
gan Spring Co (Inc) r 2866 Franklin 
" Afonso mach opr r 1448 Leavenworth 
Audio Iron Sales Co vacuum tubes Lick Bldg 
AudlBCO Jos (Ernesto) baker r 1111 York 
AUDITOR CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FEAN- 

CISCO, City HaU 
Auditor of Customs (US) 214 Custom House 

Bldg 
AUDITOEIUM CIVIC, THE, Larkln, Polk, Bayea 

and Grove 
AUDITOEIUM EXPOSITION, THE, bet Larkln 
Polk Hayes and Grove 
" CiiriiL'!' Hlici Market 
Audler Ilenrv elk r 2135 Mission 



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"beaver" brand mine drill steel representing united filters corporation 

3B MONTGOMERY ST. (SEE PAGE 83) TEL. SUTTER 6726 



Audley Robt sgt USA r Fort Funston 
Aiidra Apartments 3d Av and Hugo 
Audrain F M elcctn r 2911, 16th 
Audusseau Mrs Bertha r 14.io Mason 
Auer Geo (Frieda) cond r 150 Tiffany At 
" Carl (Emma) electn r 3235, 20th 
" Otto T (Ethel) electn r 573. 25th At 
Auerbaeh Alfred (Carrie) (Pac Fringe Factory) 
r 139. 21st At 
" Bertha (wld Julius J) r 2919 Pacific At 
" E Blauvelt (Lucy F) (Chester B Ellis & Co) 

r 2919 Pacific At 
" Florence E r 2919 Pacific At 
" Mrs F M tch Pub School r 1430 Larkln 
" H musician r 334 Sutter 
" Henry A mgr Pac Fringe Factory r 139 

" Milton (Magda) real est Russ Bldg r 215 

14th At 
'* Mrs Nora L r 321 Missouri 
" Rose (wld Leopold) r 3536 Clay 
" Sali M r 1430 Larkln 
" Wm acct Parafflne Co r 3536 Clay 
Auflbolo John (Katherine) tmstr 72 Russell 
Aufenanger John firemn r 5 Rausch 

" Wm r 369. Ist 
Aufort Albert F mar eng r 1647 Kirlnvood At 
" Edw L (Rose) cooper r 1736 La Salle At 
" Harry L ironwkr r 1647 Kirkwood At 
" Wm (Vlctorine) watchmn r 1647 Kirkwood 
At 
Aufrichtig Morris r 344, 17th At 
Augclsteln Freda (wld Fred) r 804 Cole 
Auger Albert C (Grace L) mgr S F Remedial 
Loan Assn r 888 Haight 
" Albert W (Flora) painter r 1380, 10th At 
•* B B ins 1266 Waller 
" Cecile L Ins 930 Hayes 
" Clair (Naoma) salsn r 2378. 26th At 
" Constant J (Hattle I) Jeweler 178 Geary r 

SS19 Jackson 
" Harry L (Georgie) r 1282, 8th At 
" Jos J timekpr City of Paris r 172 Haight 
" Lena artist r 1497 Oak 
" Thos H (Dorothy) niach r 3380 Army 
Angbinbaugh John F (Isabel) lino opr r S3 

Lapidge 
Augsber