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months. We haT6 twenty tdachei^ and give individual 
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DEPOSITS, JUNE 30, 1892, - - $25,890,653 
GUARANTEE CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 1,533,136 
TOTAL ASSETS, - - - - 27,589,181 




DIRECTORS. 

ALBERT MILLER, President. GEORGE W. BEAVER, Vice Pres. 

George C. Boaroman. Daniel E. Martin. Joseph G. Eastland, 

Thomas Magee. W. C. B. DeFremery. Charles Pace. E. B. Pond. 

LOVELL WHITE, Cashier and Secretary. 

Receives money on ordinarj- and term deposit. Dividends paid or added to the principal 
each six ni>nths. Accounts opened with, one dollar. Coufctry Remitta ces niav l>e sent by 
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responsibility of this Bank commences only wiih the actual receipt of the money. The signa- 
ture of the depositor -hould accompany t"he first deposit. No charge lor pass-book or en- 
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HUSTED'S 

OaKlarjd, f\\a(r\((dz apd Berkeley 

DIRECTORY, 

Giving NAME OCCUPATION and RESIDEVCE 

OF ALL 

ADULT PERSONS 

Societies, associations, City and County Government, Etc., 

TOGETHER WITH 



Classified Business Directory, and Street Guide, giving 

Name, Location and Official Numbering of 

Every Street in Oakland. 



1892-3. 



For Sal eby W. B. HaRI^Y, Bookseller and Stationer, 
961 Broadway, Oakland. 



DECEMBER 1ST, 1892. 
F. M. HUSTED, Publisher, 522 Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1892, by F. M. HLSTED, in the office of the 
Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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PAINTS, OILS & GLASS, 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Academies and Private Schools 24 

Alameda County Government 38 

American Legion of Honor 51 

Ancient Order of Foresters 51 

Ancient Order of Foresters of America.51 

Ancienc Order of Hibernians 52 

Ancient Order United Workmen 52 

Associated Charities 27 

Bands and Orchestras 28 

Banks 28 

Board of Education 21 

Board of Trade 28 

BPO Elks 52 

C.tholic Schools 27 

Ct-meteries 29 

Chabot Obser atory i6 

Charitable Societies ... .58 

Churches 29-36 

City Government 13 

City Public Schools 22 

Clubs 57 

Colored Masons 52 

Comp.'inions of the Forest 51 

County Government 38 

Comity Government, Supplemental ..61 

Courts 41 

Equitable Aid Union 53 

Fire Department 15 

Grand Army of the Republic 53 

Health Department 19 

Hospitals and Asylums 42 

Improved Order Red Men 53 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith 53 

Independent Order Foresters 53 

I OOF 53 

Kindergarten and Primary vSchools. . .26 
Knights and Ladies of Honor., 54 



Pace. 

Knigl ts of Honor 54 

Knights of Pythias 54 

Ladies of the G A R 53 

Legislative 37 

Libraiies and Reading Room* 43 

Masonic 50 

Military 44 

Miscellaneous Societies 58 

Native Daughtersof the Golden West, 55 

Native Si-ns of the (Jolden West 55 

Newspapers and Publications 44 

Order ot Chosen Friends 55 

Order «>f Hermanns Sons 56 

Order of vScottish Clans fi6 

Order of the Eastern Star 50 

Parks 46 

Patriotic < )rder Sons of America 56 

Places of Amusement 46 

Police Department. ... 19 

Post Office 46 

Private Schools . . .24 

Public Halls ami Uuildings 48 

Public Schools (City) 22 

Roman Catholic Schools 27 

School Clerks 40 

Societies , . ... 50-57 

Sons of America (Patriotic Order). . . .56 

Sons o St George . . 56 

Sons of Veterans 56 

St Andrew's Society 56 

State Government 37 

Suburban Schools 24 

United Ancient Order of Druids 66 

Women's Relief Corps G A R 53 

Woodmen of the World 56 

Young Ladies' Institute 56 

Young Men's Institute 57 



INDEX TO CONTENTS. 



Alameda 567-739 

Berkeley 741-873 

Classified Business of Oakland, Ala- 
meda, and Berkeley 875 

Emeryville (see Oakland portion of 
work). 

Fruitvale (see Oakland pop ion of 
work). 

Golden Gate (see Oakland pi'rcio i of 
work). 

Lorm (se" Oakland and Berkeley por- 
tions of work) 



Pagk. 
Miscellaneous Information Societies. 

etc 13-60 

North Temescal (see Oakland portion 

i>f work). 

Oakland ...81-566 

Oak land Street Guide 61-79 

Peuilta (see Oakland and Berkeley 

poition of work). 
Removals and names received too 

late for regular in.sertion ... 80 

San Francisco Cla88iti^d Business. . .989 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Page. 

Acme Engraving Co . . . 914 

Alameda Eurimtl Upp 659 

Alinout Livery Stables Opp 658 

Andersim K Suuiter .... 

Margin line and opp 90 

Aydelotte's Business College 

Margin line and opp 9t) 

Barber J E 717 

Bef (The) 62 aud 575 

BeeVty Robert J Margin line 

Blake M K Mrs 

Margin line and opp 388 

Bretheri^k Henry opp i25 

Broad AH 767 

California Nur^e. y Co opp 658 

Cheney Warren .... Cards in Berkeley 

Clough & Bilker Margin line 

CommtrcialHotel, Backbone and opp Iti 

Day Thomas & Co 7 

Dingee W illiam J Front covei 

Dixon, Boigeson & Co Margin line 

Edaon C A 723 

Enquirer (Oakland) 2n6 

Farwell F M & Sons Margin line 

Field Seminary 214 

Findley Harold B Opp £23 

Firemans' Fund Insurance Co 

Front cover 

Fong Charles W 5 

Golden State and Miners' lion 

Works Margin line 

Goodban F E 955 

Goodman George 875, 901 , 904, 959 

Gruenhagen C H Margin line 

Hardy W B 259 

Harmon & Fenton 261 

Heald'a Business College 

Back cover and »)pp 4 6 

Hyde W B Mrs 214 

KirkOC 311 

Krauth F K opp 567 

Laage Wm J F 319 

Laymance M J & Co Margin lint 

Liverpool and London and Globe In- 
surance Co Margin line 

Loryea Dr 13 

Magill Robert H Jr 62 aud 575 

Mauzy Byron Opp 386 

McGovern, Cahill & Co Margin line 

McRae & Bretherick 9*8 

Moreal H P & Co 

Front cover and opp 67l> 

Morning Times Co 3 

Munsell James Jr 

Margin line and 375 
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co (of 

N J).... 375 

Mutual Life Insurance Co (of New 
York) Front cover and opp 387 



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Nevada Livery Stable 4 

Ne« hall H M & Co Margin line 

Oakland Enquirer Publishing Co. opp 206 
Oakland Gas. Light, and Htat Co. . . 

Opp 81 

Oakland Monibiij Times 3 

Oakland Seminary 

Margin line and opp 388 

Oakland 7Vi6Mw« Backbone and 2 

OakleyAD Opp 81 

Pacific Business College 

Front cover and opp 256 
Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing Woiks, 912 
Pacific Press Publishing Co .. 

Front cover and opp 408 

Palmer & Rey . Margin line 

Parsons Bros 412 

People's Express and Transfer Co. . . 

Front cover 

I ierce Hardware Co Margin line 

Playter Block 425 

Poheim Joe Opp 240 

Ramsey W C Backbone, 6, 890 

Reed & Wilson 898 

Rigney & W^ildey 4 

Rode C & Son 883 

SaU JC ■■• 713 

San Francisco Breweries (limited). .. 

Front edge 

San Francii^co Bulletin Margin line 

San Francisco Chronicle Maruin line 

San Francisco Laundry Association, 937 

San Francisco Savings Union 8 

San Francicco Wire Works. .Margin line 

Sewell D 740 

Simp on & Millar 4 

.■Snow Chuii h S -rety Co opp 97 

Spauldinu J & Co 912 

Statfuman (Alameda Daily) 717 

St'tckton Business College . 

Backbone, 6, 890 
Taj lor Henry W . . .Margin line and 948 

Taylor James P Margin line 

Terrace Baths 723 

Tribune Publishing Co 

Backbone and 2 

Trowbridge J & Son 985 

Union Photo Engraving and Electro- 
typing Co opp 161 

United States Laundry 936 

Walsh William Margin line 

Ward John F 33f , 669 

Webst-r FA Opp 522 

Weston CS Opp 80 

Williamson ME 425 

Williams & Nickeson Opp ('5S 

Wills John C Margin line 

Wintoo N W&Co 537 

Yoshiike H 5 



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save hotel expenses, as you can get a room for all night 
and an improved Hammam Bath for One Dollar. 



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City of Oakland- 



(INCORPORATED MARCH 25, 1854.) 



Latitude, 37° 48' 55" north. Longitude, 122° 16' 24" west. 



POPULATION. 
U. S. Census, 1870, 10,500; 1880, 34,555; 1890, 48,682. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 



CITY OFFICIALS. 

Mayor — Melvin Chapman. 

Auditor and Assessor — Roland W. Snow. Deputies, D. C. Hins- 
dale and A. C. Richards. 

Treasurer and Tax Collector — Z, T. Gilpin. Deputies, D. E. 
Bortree and C. F. Cole. 

City Attorney — James A. Johnson. 

City Clerk— J. M. Brady. Deputy, F. R. O'Brien. Assistant 
Deputy, E. F. Holland. 

Chief of Police — Louis Schaffer. 

Captains of Police — ">^ . F. Fletcher and A. Wilson. 

Chief Engineer Fire Department — Jas. F. Kennedy. First As- 
sistant Engineer, N. A. Ball. Second Assistant Engineer, 
Jas. O'Kane. 

City Engineer and Surveyor — T. W. Morgan. 

City Superintendent of Streets — Jesse S. Wall. Deputy, F. Ses- 
sions. Clerk, W. L. Fontaine. Assistant Clerk, F. L. Bates. 

City Wharfinger — M. K. Houghton. 

License Inspector — C. W. Cornor. 

Health Officer— Dr. J. P. H. Dunn. 

Sanitary Inspector — Samuel Smith. 

Assistant Sanitary Inspector — N. S. Douglas. 

Secretary Board of Health — Paul J. Schafer. 

Police Judge — F. B. Ogden. 

Clerk Police Court— T. L. Bromley. 



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5 Bailiff Police Court— S. H. Mitchell. 

k Poundmaster — \V. J. O'Connell. 

•j I City Hall Janitor— J. A. Wilds. 

^ f ^'i^y Hall Watchman — James Hill. 

Board of Public Works — J. T. Carothers, President; E. W. 

Playter, R. A. Hughes; Geo. C. Kaufman, Secretary. 

^ Board of Police and Fire Commissioners — E. W. Playter, 

^ O President; R. A. Hughes, J. T. Carothers; Geo. C. Kaufman, 

U. Secretary. 

h. .. Board of Police Pension Fund Commissioners — J. T. Caroth- 

J Q ers, President: E. W. Plaj'ter, Secretary. 
Board of Education — (See page 21.) 



^ S ^ CITY COUNCIL. 

III Q The Council meets in regular session on the first and third 



^^ Mondays of each month at 7:30 o'clock p. m., between the first 
^ Monday in November and the first Monday in April, and at 8 



■.. J o'clock p. m. the remainder of the year. W. D. Heitmann, Pres- 
^ Ui aid, Councilman at Large; Wm. Watkinson, Councilman at Large : 



i'lent; G. H. Garthorne, Councilman at Large; J. A. C. Macdon- 



^ kI ^'- ^- Wilkins, Councilman at Large; M. K. Thornburgh, 1st 

^ I Sj Ward; George J. Earl, 2d Ward; J. W. Nelson, 3d Ward; W. D. 

ly ^ {C Heitman, 4th Ward; J. E. Johnston. 5th Ward; C. H. Brosnahan, 

(U !o 6th Ward; Geo. C. Pardee, 7th Ward. Clerk, J. M. Brady; 

J Deputy, F. R. O'Brien; Assistant Deputy, E. F. Holland. 

> S STANDING COMMITTEES. 

*^ .. Ordinance and Judiciary — Pardee, Thornburgh, Nelson, Bros- 

V-' Ui nahan and Earl. 

Ji Auditing and Finance — Nelson, Thornburgh, Wilkins, Johnston 

!*• and Pardee. 

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Q Street — Earl, Brosnahan, Pardee, Wilkins and Johnston. 

^^J Fire and Water — Brosnahan, Earl, Macdonald, Thornburgh and 

Cm Nelson. 

^» ^ ! Street Lights and Lamp Posts — Johnston, Earl, Nelson, Brosna- 

^^^ han and Watkinson. 

^ * ■ Removals and Obstructions — Thornburgh, Macdonald, Garthorne, 

•^^ ' Watkinson and Wilkins. 

^ N j Public Printing — Watkinson, Brosnahan, Nelson, Johnston and 

Pardee. 

Public Wharf — Wilkins, Nelson, Brosnahan, Macdonald and 

Garthorne. 

E lucafion — Macdonald, Thornburgh, Watkinson, Garthorne and 

CO Wilkins. 

r^ 1 Public Health — Garthorne, Watkinson, Earl, Wilkins and 

^^S Macdonald. 



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CHARLES D. BULVEN, Manager. « . H. TROY , Jr. , A^ent, 



lYDELOTTE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, English Departineitt, 

6 MONTHS, $55. 



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Order OF Business — 1. Roll Call; 2. Reading of the Minutes; 
3. Presentation of Petitions, Requisitions, Protests, Liquor 
License Applications and Bonds, Proposals for Street Work, 
etc., and Communications; 4. Introduction of Ordinances; 
5. Miscellaneous Resolutions; 6. Reports of Corporate Offi- 
cers with accompanying Resolutions, etc. 

Reports of Committees — 7. Ordinance and Judiciary, with its 
recommendations, etc.; 8. Auditing and Finance; 9. Street; 
10. Fire and Water; 11. Street Lights and Lamp Posts; 
12. Removals and Obstructions; 18. Public Printing; 14. 
Public Wharf; 15. Education; 16. Public Health; 17. Final 
Passage of Ordinances; 18. New Business; 19. Good and 
Welfare of the City. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Headquarters, Engine House No. 1. 
Chief Engineer — James F. Kennedy. 
First Assistant Engineer — N. A. Ball. 
Second Assistant Engineer — James O'Kane. 
Superintendent of Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph — J. H. 
Carleton. 

The report of the Chief for the year ending June 30, 1892, 
shows that the department responded to 103 alarms, 68 of which 
were "bells," and 35 "stills," the estimated loss on which was 
about $73,003. 

The total number of men present at roll-call during the year 
was 5,083; 447 absentees; these worked 346| hours, traveling 
with apparatus l,554f miles, laying 64,400 feet of hose and rais- 
ing 2,490 feet of ladder, all of which cost the city the sum of 
1,057.30. 

Compared with former years the fire record stands thus: 
1884-85, 52 alarms, loss $ 55,000 
1885-86, 69 " " 26,000 

1886-87, 82 " " 29,000 

1887-88, 81 " " 105,000 

1888-89, 99 " " 86,000 

1889-90, 114 " " 84,000 

1890-91, 110 " " 52,364 

1891-92, 103 " " 73,003 

INSURANCE. 

Total amount of insurance $75 045 00 

Value of buildings 80,700 00 

Insurance on buildings 42,150 00 

Loss on buildings 37,892 00 

Value of contents 58,675 00 

Insurance on contents 32,895 00 

Loss on contents 35,111 00 

Total loss 73,003 00 



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NAMES AND LOCATION OF COMPANIES. 

Engine Co. No. 1 — Located s. s. Fifteenth, near Clay. W. B. 
Scribner, Foreman; Edward E. Laperle, Engineer; M. J. 
Roach, Steker; Anton J. Trestler, Driver. Extramen — John 
Dolan, Ike L. Foster, M. J. Hanley, J. C. Murphy, John 
Knowles. 

Engine Co. No. 2 — Located 468 Sixth, between Broadway and 
Washington. A. Bailey, Forernan; V. Chloupek, Engineer; 
Holly Sturm, Stoker; D. E. Jones, Driver. Extramen — 
William McCurdy, J. D. Cramer, Charles Grimme, Michael 
Carroll, Edward Doyle. 

Engine Co. No. 3 — Located 1671 Eighth, between Campbell and 
Willow. Jas. Galavan, Foreman; George Demarais, Engi- 
neer; William Ennis, Stoker ; M. McGuinn, Driver. Extra- 
men — A. A. Sicotte, Roger J. Sicotte, George Spencer, J. C. 
Mallon, Henry Hayes. 

Engine Co. No. 4 — Located s. s. East Fourteenth, between 
Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues. W. C. White, Foreman; 
George W. Moffitt, Engineer; C. Briones, Stoker; Frank 
Lheureux, Driver. Extramen — Patrick Jordan, John Mul- 
grew, Alfred Williams, Wm. F. Carey, Bernard Stokes. 

Engine Co. No. 5 — Located N. E. corner Milton and Market. 
John Rutherford, Foreman; Henry Mohr, Asst. Foreman; 
E. C. Brown, Engineer; J. C. Parsons, Stoker; Wm. J. Hamb, 
Driver. Extramen — William Price, F. W. Gertner, John E. 
Watson, Wm. Jones. 

Hose Co. No. 1 — Located 470 Sixth, between Broadway and 
Washington. Fred Murdoch, 1^'oreman ; Philip Reader, Sr., 
Driver. Extramen — John Foster, James McManus, Philip 
Reader, Jr., Patrick Mullen, Thos. Dolan. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No.l — Located 470 Sixth, between Broad- 
way and Washington. J. W. Bankhead, Foreman; T. F. 
Berry, Driver : Frank Baker, Tillerman. Extramen — Jacob 
Smith, R. F. Fkming, J. C. Orr, Charles Carpenter, William 
Wilkinson, John J. Hanlon, John Rohan, Charles Freeman. 

Truck Co. No. 2 — Located East Fourteenth, between Twelfth 
and Thirteenth avenues. William Barrett, Foreman and 
Driver. 

Chemical Engine No. 1 — Located 325 Thirteenth, near Web- 
ster. Thos. Kiley, Foreman; L. W. Calvert, Driver; John 
Fitzsimmons, Steward. 

Chemical Engine No. 2 — Located S. E. cor. Macrnolia and Thirty- 
fourth. W. B. Smith, Steward; Louis Hoti'man. Driver. 

Chemical Engine No. 3 — Located East Fifteenth, between 
Twenty-second and Twentv-thirH ave**. N » men a'^siwned. 



SHOW CASES 



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Oakland Agents National Cash Registei 
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FIRE ALARM STATIONS. 

, First and Washington and Fourth and Washington. 

, Fourth and Franklin sts. 

, Fifth and Harrison sts. 

, Seventh and Washington sts. 

, Twelfth and Broadway sts. 

, Ninth and Webster sts. 

, Fourteenth and Webster sts. 

, Twelfth and Madison sts. 

, Seventeenth and Grove sts. 

, Frederick st. and Telegraph ave. 

, Sycamore st. and San Pablo ave. 

, Thirty-fourth and Peralta sts. 

, Sycamore st. and Telegraph ave. 

, Thirty-fourth st. and Telegraph ave. 

, Lake and Jackson sts. 

, Twenty-first and Broadway sts. 

, Seventh and Wood sts. 

, West Fourteenth and Kirkham sts. 

, Seward and Campbell sts. 

, West Seventh and Chester sts. 

, West Seventh and Adeline sts. 

, West Tenth and Kirkham sts. 

, West Seventeenth and Peralta sts. 

, Campbell and Pacific sts. 

, Fifth and Grove sts. 

, Third and Filbert sts. 

, Seventh and Market sts. 

, Tenth and Grove sts. 

, Fourteenth and Market sts. 

, Twenty -first and Market sts. 

, Twelfth and Adeline sts. 

, Eighteenth and Adeline sts. 

, East Fourteenth st. and Seventeenth ave. 

, East Twelfth st. and Twelfth ave. 

, East Seventeenth st. and Eighth ave. 

, East Twelfth st. and Sixth ave. 

, East Tenth st. and Third ave. 

, East Twenty-fourth st. and Nineteenth ave. 

, East Twenty-fourth st. and Thirteenth ave. 

, East Twelfth st. and Twenty-second ave. 

, First and Webster sts. 

, Third and Jackson sts. 

, Eighth and Jackson sts. 

, Twelfth and Brush sts. 

, Sixteenth st. and San Pablo ave. 

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Box No. 58, 
" 61, 

62, 

63, 

64, 

65, 

67, 

68, 

71, 
'= 72, 

73, 

74, 

75, 

76, 
" 81. 

82, 

83, 

84, 

85, 

86, 

87, 

91, 

92, 

93, 

94, 

95, 

Persons having keys will observe the following rules : — 

When it is necessary to use the signal boxes, go to the one 
nearest to the fire, and put your key into the outside door, open it 
and pull down the hoolc on the inside once, or until you hear a 
bell within the box; close the door, and remain to direct the fire- 
men to the locality of the fire. In case the box does not work, 
go to the next nearest station; you can procure a key at a store 
or dwelling in the vicinity. 

Do not try to take your key out, as it is locked in and will 
be returned to you. 

If, upon opening the door, you hear the bell within the box 
ring, do not pull the hook for one minute, or until it has stopped 
ringing, for it will indicate that an alarm is being sent from some 
other station. 

Persons having keys will be held responsible for their use. 
Do not give an alarm for a fire seen at a distance; do not open 
the box except in case of fire ; do not give an alarm until certain 
there is a fire. 

Keys are left at stores and dwellings nearest to the boxes. 

Key holders changing their residences or places of business 
where keys are kept will please report the same at the fire alarm 



Webster st. and Orchard ave. 

City Hall. 

Ninth and Broadway sts. 

Twentieth st. and San Pablo ave. 

Durant and Webster sts. 

Second and Jefferson sts. 

Second and Market sts. 

Tenth and Filbert sts. 

Thirteenth and Wood sts. 

Thirty-fourth and West sts. 

Twenty-ninth and Grove sts. 

Twenty-eighth and Adeline sts. 

Thirty-second st. and San Pablo ave. 

B and Helen sts. 

Avon Place and Lister ave. 

East Sixteenth st. and Fouith ave. 

East Twenty-second st. and Eighth ave. 

East Nineteenth st. and Eleventh ave. 

East Twenty-first st. and Twenty-first ave. 

East Seventeenth st. and Twenty-third ave. 

East Tenth st. and Park ave. 

Oakland ave. and Vernon st. 

Eighteenth and West sts. 

Pine and Taylor sts. 

Webster and Twenty-third sts. 

Milton and Market sts. 



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office, and in case of removal from the city, the key must be 
returned. 

Keys can be obtained by any responsible person upon applica- 
tion to the Chief Engineer, at his office, or the Superintendent of 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, City. G. H. Carleton, Super- 
intendent Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, Engine House, 
Fifteenth street, near City Hall. 



HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

Health office, south side Fifteenth street, near San Pablo ave. 
BoAED OF Health — A. G. Anthony, M. D., Pres.; E. H. Woolsey, 

M. D., H. E. Mliller, M. D., H. L. Bradley, M. D., J. H. 

Wythe, M. D. Paul J. Schafer, Sec. J. P. H. Dunn, M. 

D., Health Officer. Samuel Smith, Plumbing and Sanitary 
♦ Inspector. N. S. Douglas, Assistant Sanitary Inspector. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Police Office and City Prison — City Hall. 

Chief — Louis SchafFer. 

Chief Clerk— St. Clair Hodgkins. 

Captains — A. Wilson and W. F. Fletcher. 

Detectives — D. Holland, A. Shorey. 

Prison Keepers — John Barnet, D. Swain. 

Patrol Wagon — B. R. PhiUips, B. L. Curtis, wagon officers; F. J. 

Ball, C. B. Davis, drivers. 
Police Court Bailift^ — Samuel H. Mitchell. 
Jee Gam — Chinese interpreter of the Superior and Police Courts 

of Alameda County. 
Patrolmen— H. B. Rand,C. H. Cole, H. S. Aldrich, J. S. Mackey, 

H. McCloy. E. J. Chase, O. D. Brown, J. F. Sil , M. P. 

Powers, F. B. Josephs, H. Nederman, C. W. Hamerton, T. 

A. Downey, C. L. Banks, W. McCloud, F. Greenwald, T. 

White, B. L. Curtis, P. H. Felley, N. Williams, J.- P. Scanlan, 

J. Boyce, F. Carson, C. O'Hare, W. A. Moore, H. E. E. Green, 

John Murray and C. J. Keefe. 
Special officers — C. Wells, C. Hansen, Wm. B. Goodwin, E. L. 

Cortage, R. Paulson, J. H. Baker, A. T. Ayers, L. D. Babb, 

W. G. Cashin and W. H. McCrimmon. 

POLICE PATROL ALARM STATIONS. 

Box No. 2, Grove and Albion sts. 

" 3, Thirty-fourth and Peralta sts. 

" 4, Thirty-fourth st. and San Pablo ave. 

" 5, Elm and Webster sts. 

" 6, Twenty-first and Market sts. 

" 7, Twenty-second st. and San Pablo ave. 



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" 9, Fourteenth and Adeline sts. 

" 12, Brush and Sixteenth sts. 

" 12, Helen and B sts — telephone. 

" 13, Fourteenth and Kirkham sts. 

'' 13, First and Franklin sts — telephone. 

" 14, Seventh and Webster sts. 

] 4, Seventh and Adeline sts — telephone. 

15, Seventeenth and Peralta sts. 

15, E. Twelfth st. and Thirteenth ave — telephone. 

16, Opposite Lake Merritt Boat House — telephone. 

17, Tenth st. and Broadway — telephone. 

18, Twelfth and Webster sts — telephone. 

'' 19, Twenty-fourth st. and Telegraph ave — telephone. 

" 21, Second st. and Broadway. 

*' 21, Fourteenth and Market sts — telephone. • 

" 22, Twenty-eighth and Adeline sts — telephone. 

" 23, Fourth and Jackson sts. 

" 23, Fifth st. and Broadway— telephone. 

24, Fifth and Grove sts. 
" 24, Jackson and Ninth sts — telephone. 
" 25, Twenty-fifth st. and Telegraph ave. 
" 25, Twelfth and Peralta sts — telephone. 
" 31, Jackson and Lake sts. 
" 32, Twenty-first st. and Telegraph ave. 
" 33, Willow St. and Park ave. 
" 34, Seventh and Washington sts. 
" 41, Twenty-second ave. and East Twelfth st. 
" 42, Seventeenth ave. and East Fourteenth st. 
" 43, Tenth ave. and East Fifteenth st. 
" 51, Third ave. and East Tenth st. 
" 53, Twenty -third ave. and East Eighteenth st. 
" 61, Seventh ave. and East Ninth st. 
" 62, Fourth ave. and East Fifteenth st. 

112", Seventh and Wood sts. 
" 113, Sixteenth Street Depot. 
" 114, First and Market sts. 
" 115, Seventh and Market sts. 
" 121, Union and Tenth sts. 
" 123, Third and Adeline sts. 

124, Tenth and Kirkham sts. 
" 131, Twelfth and Center sts. 
" 132, Seventh and Chester sts. 
" 133, Pacific and Campbell sts. 
" 141, East Twentieth st. and Twentieth ave. 

142, West and Thirty-fourth sts. 
" 212, Avon Place and ListiM- ave — telephone. 
" 213, Eighteenth and AdeJinc .efs — telephone. 



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Box No. 214, Tenth and JgfFerson sts — telephone. 

" 221, East Twelfth st. and Sixth ave — telephone. 

" 222, Peralta and Seventh sts — telephone. 

" 223, Twenty-third ave. and Park st — telephone. 

" 224, Vernon and twenty-sixth sts — telephone. 

" 225, Twenty-eighth st, and San Pablo ave — telephone. 

" 231, Eleventh ave. and East Twentieth st — telephone. 

" 232, Thirteenth ave. and E. Twenty-fourth st — telephone. 

" 233, Prospect st. and Broadway — telephone. 

" 234, E. Twenty-fourth st. and Nineteenth ave — telephone. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

President. H. T. Smith, 617 Thirteenth street; Superintendent 
and Secretary (ex-officio), J. W. McClymonds, 477 Plymouth 
avenue; Assistant Superintendent and Secretary, J. A. Sands, 
1474 Ninth street; J. C. Rowel! (at large), 2207 West street; John 
Russ (at large), 728 Seventeenth street; J. C. Rued (at large), 
1160 Eighth street; J. C Plunkett (at large), 854i Broadway; 
E. E. Walcott (1st Ward), 1782 Goss street; F. R^ Girard (2d 
ward), 1159 Broadway; H. T. Smith (3rd ward), 617 Thirteenth 
street; R. N. Getchell (4th ward), 753 Grove street; David Ruth- 
erford (5th ward), 1396 Harrison street; C. L. Ingler (6th ward), 
839 Harrison street; J. W. Evans (7th ward), 304 East Four- 
teenth street. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Rules and Regulations: Evans, Plunkett, Ingler. 

Classification, Text-books and Course of Instruction: Walcott, 

Rutherford, Rowell. 
Schoolhouses and Sites: Ingler, Getchell, Girard. 
Furniture, Supplies and Printing: Rutherford, Rued, Getchell. 
High School: Girard, Rowell, Walcott. 
Evening School; Rowell, Walcott, Russ. 
Finance: Russ, Evans, Rued. 
Judiciary: Plunkett, Ingler, Rutherford. 
Industrial Education: Getchell, Russ, Plunkett. 
Observatory: Rued, Girard, Evans. 

OFFICE HOURS FOR SCHOOL BUSINESS. 

Superintendent, Cit}'^ Hall, 8 a. m. to 12 M., and 1 to 5 P. M., daily 

except Saturdays; Saturdays, 8 A. M. to 12 M. 
J. C. Rowell: 2207 West .street, Thursday evenings after 6:30. 
John Russ: 728 Seventeenth street, Tuesdaj' evenings, from 7:30 

to 9 o'clock, and at ofl&ce, 468 Tenth street, daily from 4:30 

to 5 P. M. 
J. C. Rued: 1160 Eighth str, et, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 

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J. C. Plunkett: 854^ Broadway, rooms 5 and 6, Mondays, 
Wednesdays and Fridays, from 4*to o P. M. 

E. E. Walcott: 1782 Goss street, Thursday evenings. 

F. F. Girard: 1159 Broadway, Wednesdays and Saturdays, from 

7 to 8 p. M. 
H. T. Smith: 617 Thirteenth street, daily from 6:30 to 7:30 P. M. 

and office, 960 Broadway. 
R. N. Getchell: 753 Grove street, Tuesday evenings. 
David Rutherford: 1396 Harrison street, daily, and office, 468 

Ninth street. 
C. L. Ingler: Fourth and Washington, daily, from 8 to 10 A. m. 
J. W. Evans: 304 East Fourteenth street, Frida}' evening, from 

7 to 8 o'clock. 

Calendar for Year Ending June 30, 1893. — Regular meetings 
of the Board of Education are held on the second and fourth 
Monday of each month, as follows: 

1892— July 11th and 25th; August 8th and 22d; S«ptember 
12th and 26th; October 10th and i4th; November 14th and 
28th; December 12th and 26th. 

1893— January 9th and 23d; February 13th and 27th; March 
13th and 27th; April 10th and 24th ; May 8th and 22d; 
June 12th and 26th. 

Fiscal year begins July 1, 1892. First term begins Monday, 
July 18, 1892. First term ends Friday, December 23, 1892. 
Second term begins Monday, January 9, 1893. Second term 
ends Friday, June 2, 1893. 

Vacations — One week, beginning Monday, October 3, 1892; 
two weeks, beginning Monday, December 26, 1892; one 
week, beginning Monday, March 20, 1893; seven weeks, be- 
ginning Monday, June 5, 1893. 



CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

High School — Northwest corner Twelfth and Market. J. B. 
McChesney, Principal. Teachers — S. P. Meads, E. F Burrill, 
S. A. Chambers, Chas. L. Biedenbach, Katherine B. Fisher, 
L. R. Griffin, Mollie E. Conners, Fannie M. Pugh, Alma I. 
Galbraith, Irene Hardy, Kate M. Wertz, Emma H. Hilton, 
Katherine M. Graydon, G. W. Littlejohn, Margaret Wythe, 
Sarah B. Treat, Esther Frank, Mina Ferrier, Elsie Grandjean, 
Margaret Herrick. Jacob Winkler, Janitor; Robert Black- 
woo I, Assistant Janitor. 

Clawson School — Magnolia, between Thirty-second and Thirty- 
fourth. Julia E. Colby, Principal. Teachers — Mary J. 
Ayers, Flora R. Smyth, Augusta Zabel, Mertie Burroughs, 
Clara N. Gibson, Sarah B. Byrod, Carrie E Reed, Stella G. 
Trask, Bertha Fibush. Mary A. Nicol, Janitress. 



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Cole School — Tenth and Union. J. P. Garlick, Principal. 

Teachers — Harriet J. Lee, Sara Boniface, Agnes G. Madden, 

Alice A. McCord, Susie H. Snook, M. Ella Hall, Louise Grove, 

M. S. Pullman, F. B. Lemon, A. R. Wood, Nelly Givens, M. 

R. McClure, Hatde B. Sproul, Florence A. Pereau, Mrs. J. 

N. Brower, Nellie A. Wyckoff, Margaret Conners, F. G. 

Smith, Clara Abbott. J. S. Fox, Janitor. 
DuRANT School — Twenty-eighth, near Grove. S. G. S. Dunbar, 

Principal. Teachers — S. J. Hodgdon, E. E. Greenman, E. 

D. Reynolds, I. A. Campbell, L. C. Betancue, M. W. Tyrrell, 

E. B. Barnes, H. C. Larkin, C. C. N. Walter, K. G. Senter, 
M. J. Kimball, M. Marcus, Fanny Ward, S. M. McFeely, A. 
B. Clow, C. C. Patton, Jane Klee, H. B. Shorkley. Ed. M. 
Campbell, Janitor. 

Franklin School — Tenth Avenue and East Fifteenth. J. F. 
Chandler, Principal. Teachers — E.R. Tucker, L. E. Bentley, 
H. C. Simpson, M. J. Shaw, H. G. Ayer, A. M. Duren, C. P. 
Leet, E. M. Bartholomew, H. M. Storrs, Lou Beauvais, A. B. 
Howell, L. E. White, L. E. Billings, F. C. Sutherland, L. A. 
Walker. George Briant, Janitor. 

Garfield School — East Seventeenth and Twenty-third ave. 
Ellen Gibbs, Principal. Teachers — Abbie F. Phillips, Cora 
K. Wyckoff, S. J. Dewing, Clara F. Fellows, Leona 
Carrick, Irene Billings, Mary E. Coats, M. Isabel McCracken, 
Kate Marsh, Lucy M. Phillips. Fred Brunges, Janitor. 

Grant School — Northeast corner Broadway and Prospect ave. 
Elizabeth Powell, Principal. Teachers — Anna M. Richard- 
son, Mary C. Ellis, Elizabeth B. Myrick. Mary J. Rowley, 
Janitress. 

Grove Street School — Grove, between Fourth and Fifth. Mrs. 
N. D. Standeford, Principal. Teachers — L C. Scanlan, J. 
W. Nesbitt, M. M. Campbell. Sarah Heaney, Janitress. 

Harrison School — Harrison, near Fifth. H. M. Mullen, Prin- 
cipal. Teachers — A. A. Cordes, G. C. Herd, K. N. Bassett, 
A. M. Quince, H. A. Robins. Carrie Bock, Janitress. 

Lafayette School — Jefferson, between Eleventh and Twelfth. 

A. F. Aldrich, Principal. Teachers — T. C. Lisson, Josephine 
Lemon, E. M. Sherman, A. F. Robins, Nellie Cook, N. H. 
Hornick, M. J. Scott, S. P. Willard, M. F. Potter, M. E. 
Morris, M. G. Bradbury, Maud Clock, E. W. Anderson, G. 

B. Playter. Allen Peel, Janitor. 

Lincoln School — Tenth and Alice. Geo. W. Horton, Principal. 
Teachers — J. O'Meara, L. E. DuBois,E. L. Thompson, Mary 
V. Stuart, Virginia D. Heath, Mary D. Bull, Ella A. Ferry, 
Grace Campbell, Lelia A. Darrow, Mabel Putnam, Regina 
Reilly, L. E. Johnson, M. L. Wheeler, Rellis Melquiond, Julia 
Dole, R. A. Bills. Robert Irvine, Janitor, 





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, Prescott School — Campbell and Seward. T. O. Crawford, 
Principal. Teachers — M. C. Heatou, K. D. McLean, R. Fer- 
. ^ ffuson, L. R. Washburn, H. Sumner, A. C. Hennings, L. Story, 

S ^ H. E. Corlisg, M. V. Boardman, E. A. Thompson, M. Story, E. 

S J 0. Morris, N. H. Neylan, E. A. Stevens, R. Alice Franklin, M. 

3 S ^ Hawkins, A. M. Youngman, Marion Rainey, M. R. Blythe, 

S S A. Al. Johnson, I. A. Coady. E. M. Corliss, Janitor. 

5 * SwETT School — Thirteenth ave. and East Twentieth. K, C. 
Morris, Principal. Teachers — E. R. LaRue, C. M. Ellis, M. 
V. Kingman. E. A. Cousins, Janitress. 
Tompkins School — Fifth and Linden. C. E. Markham, Princi- 
pal. Teachers — Adaline E. Walton, H. Percie Stearns, 
Flora L De Wolfe, Ida Vandergaw, M. M. Peaice, Jessie Ir- 
ving, Sadie I. Regan, May E. Nolan, N. A. Carter, B. H. 
Stone, C. J. Hammer, Susan Runyon. Geo. Carter. Janitor. 
Evening School — Teachers — Geo. E Colby, Chas. M. Fi.sher, W. 
A. Fine, W. A. Dow, A. Megahan, A. L. Dolman, Philena 
Perkins, Irene I. Rutherford, R. P. Gleason, ^L L. Templeton. 
Special Teachers — Paul A. Garin, Drawing; Ronald P. Glea- 
son, Manual Training; E. W. Barker, Writing; E.P.Brown, 
Music; Paul Uth, Physical Culture; Chas. Burckhalter, As- 
tronomer. 
D.partmeut Mechanic — A. F. Spear. Helper to Department 
Mechanic — Jas. Carlon. 

SUBURBAN SCHOOLS. 
Bay District Public School — San Pablo ave. and Crawford st., 

Golden Gate. Miss Nellie M. Eckles, Principal. j 

Eiiicry District Public School — Forty-first st, between San Pablo J 

ave. and Adeline. James Malloch, Principal. I 

Fruitva/e Public School — Boston ave. and School .st., Finitvale. ! 

Miss Alice J. Swasey, Principal. 
North Temescal Public School — South side Temescal ave., near { 

near Telegraph ave. Mrs. E. A. Wilson, Principal. 
Peralta District Public School — South side Alcatraz ave.. near i 

Telegraph ave. E. T. Harmes, Principal. [ 

Piedinont Di-irict Public School — Northeast corner Piedmont , 

and Glen aves., Piedmont. Mrs. Nellie K. French, Principal. 

ACADEMIES AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes — Corner East Fifteenth 
^^^ and Fifteenth ave. Boarding and day school. Conducted 

^^ by the Sisters of Mercy. 

pi^ Denton Select School — 1201 Old County road (E. 16th), cor 
^Sh Twenty-fourth ave. Mrs. M. T. Huntting, Principal. 

Miss Bisbee's Boarding and Day School — 1303 Seventh ave. 
^gj Miss S. B. Bisbee, Principal. 

Mrs. Brearty's Select Home School — 1513 Ninth st. Mrs. 
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young men and women in the interests of the Baptist Church. 
President, Hon. H. E. McCune, Dixon, Cal. ; Secretary, B. 
C. Wright, San Francisco ; Treasurer, J. H . Stevens, res. San 
Francisco. Officers of the Faculty — President, Rev. Samuel 
B. Morse; Vice President, Bunj^an Spencer; Dean, H. B. 
Passmore, San Francisco. 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart — 1534 Webster 
st. A boarding school for young ladies. Conducted by the 
Sisters of the Sacred Names of Jesus and Mary. 

Aydelotte's Business College — Y. M. C. A. Building, north- 
east corner Twelfth and Clay. J. H. Aydelotte, Proprietor. 

Field Seminary — 1825 Telegraph ave. For young ladies and 
girls. Established 1872. Mrs. W. B. Hyde, Principal. 
Corps of Teachers — Mrs. W. B. Hyde, Principal, Mental and 
Moral Sciences and History of Art; Miss Blanch N. Epler, 
Science and Mathematics; Miss Catherine Stone, History 
and Physical Geography; Miss Julia M. Adams, Latin and 
English ; Mrs. Kate A. Bulkley, in charge of intermediate 
and Primary Departments; Mrs. Alista Shed Langstroth, 
Elocution; Miss S. E. Chandler, Painting and Drawing; 
Mademoiselle Grandjean, French; Fraulein Held, German; 
Prof. L. M. Perez, Spanish; Frederick Zech, Jr. (formerly a 
teacher in Kullak's celebrat d academy in Berlin); Miss 
Mabel Hyde, Piano; Mrs. Mariner-Campbell, Vocal Instruc- 
tion; G. Albrecht, Chorus Singing; Miss Lily Sherwood, 
Guitar and Mandolin; Henry Heyman, Violin; O. A. Lunt, 
Dancing. 

Gleason's Normal and Special Training School — Southeast 
cor. Thirteenth and Jefferson. J. C. Gilson, Principal. 

Hopkins Academy — School for boys. Hawthorne ave., head of 
Webster. W. W. Anderson, Principal. 

Miss Horton's School — Corner Twelfth and Filbert. Estab- 
lished 1883. Instructors — Miss Sarah W. Horton, Principal, 
Latin, History, Primary Work; Miss Nellie V. Jones, Math- 
ematics and Natural Science; Miss Charlotte F. Center, El- 
ementary Science and General Grade Work; Miss Lucy B. 
Blackwood, German; Miss Elsie Sinclair, Higher English 
Studies, English History, French; Miss Elizabeth M. Sher- 
man, Vocal Music. 

Oakland Business College — 1015 Clay. O. J. Willis,Principal. 

Oakland Seminary for Young Ladies — 528 EIeventh,at corner 
Clay. Mrs. M. K. Blake, Principal, Was organized by the 
present principal, November, 1858, and was reopened Janu- 
ary 6, 1890. Its departments are Kindergarten, Primary, 
Intermediate, College Preparatory and Graduate. Faculty — 
Mrs. M. K. Blake, Principal; Miss Ethel Fountain, Ph. B., 
College Preparatory, Graduate and Latin: Mrs. Jennie N. 



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Hughes, Natural Science and Mathematics; Miss E. M. 
Havens, History and English; Miss Maud Smith, Primary; 
Miss M. Louise Kerr and Miss Richardson, Kindergarten ; 
Mme. V. Lefebvre-Hopper, French; Mme. E. Barrangon 
Yates, Spanish; Prof. Hugo Mansfeldt, Piano and Harmony; 
Miss Gertrude L. Hinman, and Mrs. Scott Mathiesen, Vocal 
Music; Prof, and Mrs. R. H. Hohfeld, Piano and German; 
Prof. Otto Blankhart, Violin; Miss Theresa Sherwood, Guitar 
and Mandolin; Miss M. Smith, Physical Culture; Mrs. A. S. 
Langstroth, Elocution and Delsarte; Mrs. A. B. Tucker, 
Drawing and Painting; Miss Eunice Holmes, Decorative Art; 
Mrs. E. L. Danforth, Housekeeper. Mrs. Tucker and Miss 
Holmes have a studio in the school building. 

Pacific Bible School — 1591 Telegraph avenue. Elder N. C. 
McClure, Principal. 

Pacific Theological Seminary — Established in 1869. Situ- 
ated on Academy Hill (adjoining Hopkins Academy), oppo- 
site Thirty-fourth street. A full course and English course 
of study of three years each. Students received from any 
evangelical denomination. Rev. George Mooar, D. D., senior 
professor. 

Snell Seminary — 568 Twelfth street. A boarding and day 
school for young ladies. Faculty — Miss Mary E. Snell, A. 
M., Principal and teacher of Art and Mathematics; Richard 
B. Snell, A. M., Principal, and teacher of History and Natural 
Science; Mrs. N. Whittier Otis, A. M,, Literature and Draw- 
ing; Miss Hai'riet F Stevens, Philosophy and Historv ; Mrs. 
Edna Snell Poulson (pupil of Steele Mackaye, New York), 
Elocution and Delsarte Method of Physical Culture; Francis 
Stuart (certiticate from Lamperti, Milan), Vocal Music; 
Miss Sophie Newland, Assistant in Vocal Music; Frederick 
Zeck, Jr. (formerly teacher in Kullack's Academy, Berlin), 
Piano; Miss Anna Traube, Assistant in Piano; Mile. Anna 
Vally, French ; Mrs. J. M. Torrey, German; Miss Theresa 
Sherwood (certificate from Senior Luigi, London), Guitar and 
Mandolin; Miss A-lice F. Bayley, English. 

University of California — (See Berkeley portion of Directory.) 

KINDERGARTENS AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

Miss Laura E. Christensen — NW. corner Hannah and A Sts. 

Miss Belle Dean — 1416 San Pablo avenue. 

East Oakland Free Kindergarten — 724 East Fourteenth 

street. Miss Mary Rust, Principal. 
Goodwill Kindergarten — 701 Brush street. Miss Winnie M. 

McFarland, Principal. 
Market Street Kindergarten — S. E. corner Lydia and Market 

streets. Miss Katie McDaniel, Principal. 
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Second Congregational Kindergarten — t'arlors Second Con- 
gregational Church. Miss Mary Ludlow, Principal. 

Mrs. Frances V. Waite — 759 Sixteenth street. 

West Oakland Free Kindergarten — Corner Peralta and 
Pacitic streets. Miss Elizabeth Betts, Principal. 

Miss Jennie P. Wheaton — 1360 Tenth street. 

Miss Ida A. Wilkins — 1307 Eighth street. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. 

f^'ACRED Heart School (for boys) — Forty-first near Grove 
Conducted by the Christian Brothers. Bro. Hugh, Principal. 

St. Anthony's School (for boys) — Corner E. Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth avenue. Conducted by the Christian Brothers. 

St. Francis De Sales School (for boys) — S. E. corner Jones and 
Grove. Conducted by the Christian Brothers. 

St. Francis De Sales School (for girls) — S. E. corner Jones and 
Grove. Conducted by the Sisters of the Holy Names. 

St. Joseph's Academy — Corner Fifth and Jackson. A boarding 
school for boys. Conducted by the Brothers of the Chris- 
tian Schools. Bro. Hugh, Director. 

St. Lawrence School (for girls) — Fortieth near Grove. Con- 
ducted by the Sisters of the Holy Names. 

St. Mary's College — Corner Broadway and Plymouth avenue. 
Founded in San Francisco, 18G3; transferred to Oakland 
1889. Conducted by the Brothers of the Christian schools. 
Bro. Bellelin, President. 

St. Mary's School (for boys) — Corner Jefferson and Seventh. 
Conducted by the Christian Brothers. 

St. Mary's School (for girls) — Corner Grove and Seventh. 
Conducted by the Sisters of the Convent of the Sacred Heart. 

St. Patrick's School (for boys) — Corner Seward and Campbell. 
.Conducted by the Christian Brothers. 

St. Patrick's School (for girls) — Corner Seward and Camp- 
bell. Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES OF THE CITY 
9F OAKLAND 

A bureau for registration and investigation of all cases of 
poverty — Objects: To secure proper relief in all deserving cases 
of destitution. To protect the community from imposture and 
fraudulent begging, and to diminish pauperism. To restrain 
indiscriminate and duplicate almsgiving and wastage of charitable 
resources. To es amine into the scope and working of all chari- 
table organizations which solicit funds from the public, and to 
give advice and suggestion thereto. All cases referred to the 
office will be thoroughly investigated, and, if found worthy, ade- 
quately relieved. Kev. H. D. Lathrop, Acting President; M. J. 
Keller, Treasurer; Col. W. H. O'Brien, General Secretary. 
Central office 418 Tenth street, room 7. Telephone 209. 

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THE BOARD OF TRADE. 

Headquarters 460 Ninth street. The Oakland Board of 
Trade was organized September 10, 1886. The first President 
was V. D. Moody, President of the P'irst National Bank, who was 
succeeded, in April, 1888, by F. K. Shattuck; J. M. Davies was 
the first Secretary. 

Like similar organizations in this State, the Board of Trade 
is in effect a city improvement association, looking to all meas- 
ures of public interest, extending a knowledge of the advantages 
of the city and county, and in all suitable ways promoting agri- 
cultural, commercial and industrial prosperity. 

April 10, 1888, the Board was regularly incorporated under 
the laws of the State, and its articles now provide for the usual 
commercial features of the arbitration and adjustment of differ- 
ences. 

Officers — M. J. Keller, President; W. A. Kenny, Vice Presi- 
dent; J. F. Street, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Directors — A. Salinf]^er, S. B. Boyce, F. A. Girard, J. L. Lyon, 
E. J. Murphy, C. C. Nordhausen, \Vm. Moller, James Cahill, C 
W. Kinsey. M. J. Keller delegate to California State Board of 
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BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS. 

Artillery Band — Walter F. Jeffress manager, 953 Wood st. 

Fifth Infantry Regiment Band, iV. G. C. — Wm. McBain leader. 
Meets every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 709 Broad- 
way. 

Fifth Infantry Regiment Field Music — J. L. Stewart manager, 
Military Hall, 377 Twelfth st. 

Henderson i Military Band and Orchestra — W. J. Henderson 
manager, 1008 Broadway. 



BANKS. 

California Bank and Trust Company — 1006 Broadway. Incor- 
porated September 1, 1887. Capital, S100,000. A.'C. Henry, 
President; Jacob Greenhood, Vice President: Frank H. 
Brooks, Ca.shier. Directors — A. C. Henry, John W. Phillips, 
Victor H. Metcalf, Jacob Greenhood, S. M. Babbitt, W. W. 
Whitman, Chas. Jurgens. 

Central Bank (formerly Home Savings Bank) — Northeast corner 
Broadway and Fourteenth st. Capital Si, 000,000. Capt. 
J. C. Ainsworth, President; W. G. Palmanteer, Vice Presi- 
dent; C. R. Yates, Cashier. Directors — J. C. Ainsworth, J. 
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First National Bank of Oakland — Northeast corner Tentli and 
Broadway. Incorpoiated May 15, 1875. (Jap;tal stock paid 
up, S3()0,000; surplus and undivided profits, S37,196.96. A. 

D. Thompsun, President; D. Henderson, Vice President; 
L. G Burpee, Cashier. Directors — V. D. Moody, D. Hen- 
derson, A. J. Snyder, F. K. Shattuck, A. L. Seligman, W. 
P. Jones, Wm. G. Henshaw, L. C. Morehouse, A. D. Thomson. 

The Oakland Bank of Savings — Northeast corne:- Broadway and 
Twelfth street. Incorporate I Aug-ust 18, 1867. Capital 
and reserve paid in, $560,000. Deposits, Julv 1, 1892, 
$5,300,000. E. C. Ses>ions, Preside;, t; W. W. Garthwaite, 
Cashier. Directors — Isaac L. Requa, John S. Drum, E. A. 
Haines, Wm E. Miller, Henrv Rogers, E. C. Se.ssions, W. R. 
Davis, E. W. Playter. 

Union National Bank — Northwest corner Broadwa}' and Twelfth 
street. Incorporated May 26, 1875. Capital, $150,000; 
surplus, $150,000; undivided profits, $28,000. Thomas 
Prather, President; J. West Martin, Vice President; Chas. 

E. Palmer, Cashier. Directors — Hon. J. West Martin, Gen. 
R. W. Kirkham, D. Henshaw Ward, Edson F. Adams, 8. 
HufF, Thomas Prather, R. S. Farrelly. 

Unio'a Savings Bank — Southeast corner Broadway and Ninth 
street. Incorporated May 26, 1869. Capital and reserve 
fund, $300,000. J. West Martin, President; Wm. G. Hen- 
.shaw. Vice President; A. E. H. Cramer, Cashier. Directors, 
— Hon. J. West Martin, R. W. Kirkham, R. .S. Farrelly, 
S. Huff, Tiioraas Prather, Hiram Tubbs, C. E. Pahuei, Her- 
man A. Tubbs, A. A. Moore, William G. Henshaw. 



CEMETERIES. 

Jeivish (.'emetery (First Hebrew Congregation of Oakland) — 

Adjoining Mountain View Cemeter}-, terminus Piedmont ave. 
Mountain Vieiv Ce'nietery — Terminus Piedmont Avenue. D. 

Edward Collins, Superintendent; Edward P. Outram, Sec- 

reta«y. 
St. Marys Cc/inetery (Roman Catholic) — Adjoining Mountain 

View Cemetery on the west, at terminus Piedmont avenue. 

A. Mclsaac, Superintendent; Rev. Michael King, President 

and Treasurer. 



CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZA- 
TIONS. 

BAPTIST. 

Beth Eden Baptist Church (Colored) — Services at California 
Hall, 1015 Clay. Rev. R. A. McGuinn, Pastor; residence 
1715 Filbert st. Services, 11 a. m. an«l 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
school, 12:30 p. m. Praver meeting, Wednesdav, 7:30 p. m. 



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^ ^ Dansk-Norske Baptist Church — Sprvices at hall, 1100 Twenty- 

^ C thinl avfiiue Rev. K. Nt-is.u Pastor; lesidence 1414 

V ?! Twenty-first ave. Services 11 a. m. ,7:30 p.m. Sunday 

^ ^ ^ school, 10 A. M. 

■^ ^ ^ Ebenezer Baptist Chu ch ;;eolored) — 769 Sixth st. Rev. Geo. \V. 

■^:i^ Gray. Pastor; residence, 773 Sixth st. Services 11 a. m. 

^>(t and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 12:30 P. M. 

n L.^ First Baptist Church — Southeu-st corner Fourteenth and Brush. 

^ § . Rev. C. H. Hobart, Pastor; residence 703 Twelfth st. Serv- 

/i\ § « ^c^' 11 ^- M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 12:30 P. M. Young 

Jf/(3i people's meeting, 6:15 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 

UJ ^ o 7:30 P. M. 

^ ^j S First Free Baptist Church — Twent3'-first, near Brush. Rev. N. 

^ "^ !t L. Rowell, acting Pastor; residence 684 Thirty-sixth st. i 

^ ^ Services, 11 A. M. Sunday school 12:1 o P. m. Prayer uieet- 

j jj- ing Wednesday. 7:30 P. M. 

U. Fii-st Swedish ^Baptist Church — Southeast corner Magnolia and 

^ Tenth. Rev. Alfred Sjalander, Pastor; residence 1358 Elev- 

f\ enth St. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 10 

^ A. M. Prayer meeting. Wednesday, 8 p. M. 

!%• Tenth Avenue Baptist Church — Corner Tenth avenue and East 

(J\ Fourteenth. Rev. Frank Dixon, Pastor; residence 346 E. 

Ill Fifteenth st. Services 11 a. m.. 7:30 p. >i. Sunday school, 

^ J 9:30 A. M. 

^ :^ Golden Gate Baptist Church — Corner Central Ave. and Park, 

0^ Golden Gate. Rev. B. F. Hudelson, Pastor. Services 11 a. ! 

-^ K- M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 12:30 P. M. Young Peopled 

LJ Uj meeting, 6:30 P. M. Praj^er meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. 

f>^ {V Twentieth Street Baptist Church — Twentieth st., between San 

*J Pablo and Telegraph aves. No Pastor. Services. 11 a. m! 

^ Q 7:30 P. M. Young people's meeting; (5 :30 P. m. Prayer nieet- 

^ ^ ing, Wednesda}', 7:30 P. M. Seats free. 

^ Twenty-third Avenue Baptist Church — Northwest cor. Twenty- 

^ ijj third avenue and E. Seventeenth. Rev. Isaac D. B'leming, 

/|^ I, Pastor; residence 1272 Twenty-fourth ave. Services 11 a. 

ii ^' M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 3:30 p. m. 

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First Congregational Church — Northwest corner Twelfth and 
Clay. Pastor, Rev. John K. McLean, D. D.; residence 520 
^ Thirteenth street. General Secretary Sunday school, Miles 

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Superintendent of Chinese Sunday school, 323 Eighth street, 
T. R. Morgan. Clerk, A. H. Breed. Sexton, Chas. S. Lewis. 
Services of the church — Morning worship, 11a. M. Sunday 
I school, 12:30 P. M. Chinese school, 5:30 p. M. Christian 

I Endeavor meeting, 6:15 P. M. Evening worship, 7:30 P. M. 

Player meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p. m. Teachers' meeting, 
AS^ednesday, 7:15 p. m. Communion, the first Sunday in 
December, Feb'uary, April, June, August and October. 
Coven ;nt meeting, 1st Sunday each month, 6 P. M. Annual 
meeting of the church, second Wednesday of September, 
7:30 p.m. Church closed on Mondays. Piedmont Junction, 
near cemetery gate, Sunday school, 3 P. M. Pastor's office 
hours: Tuesdays and Fridays, 2 to 3 P. M. The pastor and 
wife are usually at home Monday evenings. 

Fruitvale Congregational Sunday School — J. H. W. Riley, Super- 
intendent. Meets every Sunday at 3 p. m., in Blake's Hall, 
Fruitvale. 

Golden Gate Congregational Church — Corner Thirty-fourth and 
Adeline. Rev. J. B. Eddie, Pastor; residence 2239 Adeline 
street. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 12:30 
P. M. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 P. M. Prayer meeting, Wednes- 
day, 7:30 P. M. 

Market Street Congregational Church — Market, between Lydia 
and Twenty-second. No services at church except Sunday 
j school, 12:30 P. M. 

I Park Congregational Church — Located Fairview, near King, 
Lorin. Rev. J. D. Foster, Pastor. Sunday service.s 11 a. M., 
7:30 p. M. Sunday school, 12:30 P. M. Y. P. S. C. E.,7 P. M. 

Pilgrim Congregational Church — Corner Eighth ave. and East 
Fifteenth. Rev. J. B. Silcox, Pastor; residence 368 E. Sev- 
enteenth st. Services, 11 a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sundav school, 
12:30 p. M. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:15 p. m. 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church — Northeast comer 
Plymouth ave. and Elm st. Rev. E. C. Oakley, Pastor, 
residence 484 Plymouth ave. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 P. M. 
Sunday school, l-i:30 P. M. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30 P. M. 

Second Congregational Church — Chase, between Wood and Wil- 
low. Rev. J. F. Bacon, Pastor; residence 1669 Seward. 
Services, 11a. m., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 12:30 P. M. Y. 
P. S. C. E., 6:30 P. M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. 

Swedish Congregational Church — Filbert, between Seventh and 
Eighth. Rev. K. A. Nyren, Pastor; residence 1421 Adeline. 
Services 11a. m., 7:45 P. M. Sunday school, 10 a. m. 

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Church of the Advent — Corner Twelfth avenue and E. Sixteenth. 
H. D. Lathrop, D. D., Rector; residence 512 E. Fifteenth st. 
j Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. 

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Grace Church — Caledonia ave., near Telegraph ave. Rev. John 
Bakewell, Rector; resilience Berkeley. Services, 11a. m. 

St. Andrew's Church — Corner Ninth and Cypress. Rev. Geo. E. 
Walk, Rector; residence 1412 Tenth st. Services, U a. M., 
7:30. P. M. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Pia\'er meeting, 
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

St John's Church — Corner Grove and Eiorhth. Kev. A. G. L. 
Trew, D. D., Rector; residence 918 Grove. Rev. B. Akerly, 
D. D., Rector Emm-itus. Services 11 a. m., 7:30 p. M. Sun- 
day school, 9:45 A. M. 

St. Paul's Church — Corner Fourteenth and Harri.-^on. Rev. 
Robert Ritchie, Rector; residence 1219 Harrison st. Serv- 
ices, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN. 

First English Evangfelical Lutheran Church — Services at Y. M- 
C. A. Building, 522 Twelfth street. Rev. Philip Graif- 
Pastor; res. 722 Seventeenth street. Sunday services, 11 A- 
M., 7:30 p. M. Y. P. S. C. E., G:30 p. m. " Sunday school 
9:45 A. M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. A fine 
edifice is to be erected by this congregation at the S. W. 
corner Sixteenth and Grove streets. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Church — S. W. corne Twelfth 
and Myrtle. Rev. J. H. Theiss, Pastor; res. 608 Twelfth. 
Service-, 10:45 A. M. Sunday school, 9:15 A. M. 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Church — Soutli side Ninth, be- 
tween Clay and Washington. Rev. A. M. Le Veau, Pastor: 
res. 819 Thirteenth street. Services, 11 a. m., 8 p. m. Sun- 
day school, 10 A. M. Prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p. M. 

German Evangelical Association — Services at Schimuielpfennig's 
Hall, 704 E. Twelfth street. Rev. John H. Luhr, pastor; 
residence, 1065 Twelfth avenue. Services, 11:45 A. M., 7:45 
P. M. Sunday school, 9:45 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:45 P. M. 

St. Marcus Evangelical Lutheran Church — East side Filbert, bet. 
Seventh and Eighth. Rev. A. Jatho, pastor ; res. 827 Filbei t. 
Services 11a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. 

HEBREW. 

First Hebrew Congregation of Oakland — Synagogue, S. E. corner 
Thirteenth and Clay. Rev. Morris Sessler, Rabbi; res. 1460 
Castro street. Services Saturday at 10 a. m. 

Jewish Synagogue (orthodox) — Harrison, bet. Fourth and F'ifth 
streets. No rabbi. 

LATTER-DAY SAINTS. 

Latter-day Saints (reorganized) — Meets at Montana Hall, 1160J 
Seventh. Sunday services 2:30 f. m. Sunday school, 1 



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Asburv M. E. i 'luirch (South) — N. E. coinei- Clay and Fifteenth 
streets. Rev. A. C. Bane, Pastor; re.>^. 1214 Fourteenth .street. 
Services, 11 a. m., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. 
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:'^0 P. M. 

Chester Street M. E. Church — S. W. corner Ninth and Chester. 
Rev. J. H. Wythe, Jr.. Pastor; res. 993 Center street. Serv- 
ices, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday .school, 2:30 P. M. Prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. 

Eitjhth Avenue M. E. Chuich — Corner Eighth avenue and E. 
Seventeenth. Rev. M. F. Colburn, Pastor; res. 1319 Eighth 
avenue. Services, 11a. m., 7:30 P. M. Suuday school, 12:30 
p. M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. 

Fii-st M. E. Church — Corner Fourteenth and Clay. Rev. Alfrad 
Kuramer, Pastor; res. 1401 Castro. Office hours, from 11 to 
12 in study, in rear of church. Miss Lisa M. Saugstad, 
Deaconess, 417 Seventh street; at home Wednesdays. Dr. 
W. F. Lewis, Sunday school Superintendent. J. J. Morris, 
Chorister. P. V. Chamberlain, Sexton. Sunday services, 
class meeting, 10 a. m. Preaching by the pastoi-. 11a. m., 
7:30 P. M. Sunday school afte]- morning service. Class meet- 
ing at 12:30 p. M. W. C. T. U. meeting in lecture room at 
3:30 P. M. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15 P. M. 

German M. E. Church — Seventeenth, between Telegraph and San 
Pablo avenues. Rev. August Lemkau, Pastor: res. 526 
Seventeenth street. Services, 10:45 A. :>[., 7:30 p. m. .Sun- 
day school, 9:30 A. M. 

Golden Gate M. E. Church — Cornei- Park and l^u na Vista 
avenues. Rev. J. B. Chynoweth, Pastor. Services. 11 a. m., 
7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 10 a. M. 

M. E. Church, South— See Asbury M. E. Church, South. 

Norwegian Danish M. E. Church — Campbell, between Chase and 
Taylor. Grebeit Andi-isen, Pastor; res, east side Walsworth 
avenue, near Prospect. Services, 11 a. M., 7:30 P. M. Sun- 
day school, 9:30 A. M. Prayer meeting, Thursday at S p. m. 

Paradise German M. E. Church — Corner Calais and Felton,Loiin. 
Rev. J. C. Guenther, Pastor. Services, 11a. m., 7:30 P. >[. 
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. 

Salem German M. E. Church — S. E. corner Twenty third avenue 
and E. Seventeenth. Rev. H. Brauer, Pastor; res. 1252 E. 
Tenth street. Services, 11 a. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 
9:45 A. M. 

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avenue and E. Sixteenth. Rev. G. R. Stanley, Pastor; res. 
1162 1 2 E. Fourteenth .street. Services, 11 a. M., 7:30 p. M. 
Sunday school, 3 p. m. 

Thirty-fourth Street M. E. Church — N. VV. corner Thirty-fourth 
and Market. Rev. E. P. Dennett, Pastor; res. 928 Thirty- 
fourth street. Services. 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school 
12:30 P. M. Prayer nitetincr Wednesday, 7.30 P. M. 

Sixth Street Sunday School — 769 Sixth street. Meets every Sun- 
day from 3 to 4 P. M. Prayer meeting Tue-day evenings, 
7 :30 P. M. Public service, Friday evenings, 7:30 P. M. 

African M. E. Church (colored) — Fifteenth and We^t. Rev. J. 
M. Burgan, D. D., Pa-tor; res. 1162 Market. Services, 11 
A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 1:30 P. M. Prayer meeting 
Wednesday, 7:30 p. M. 

African M. E. Zion Church (colored) — Services in Shattuck Hall, 
453 Eighth street. Rev. John H. Brown, Pastor; res. 758 
Fifth street. Services, 11 a. m., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school 
1 2 M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening, 7 p. m. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Brooklyn Presbyterian Church — S. \V. corner Twelfth avenue 
and E. Fifteenth. Rev. E. S. Chapman, D. D., Pastor; res. 
41 Bella Vista Avenue. Services, 11 a. M., 7:30 P. M. Sun- 
day school, 12:30 P. M. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:15 P. M Prayer 
meetincr. Wednesday, 7:30 P. :m. 

Centennial Presbytei'ian Church — X. E. corner E. Seventeenth 
and Twenty-fourth avenue. Rev. John Morrison, Pastor; 
res. 1183 E. Sixteenth street. Services, 11a. m., 7:30 p. M. 
V. P. S. C. E., 6:30 P. M. Sunday school. 12:30 P. M. Prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. M. 

First Presbvterian Church — N. E. corner Fourteenth and Frank- 
lin. Rev. Robert F. Coyle, D. D., Pastor; res. 1305 Alice. 
Study hours, 8 A. M. to 1 P. M., except Mondays. Confer- 
ence hours, Tuesdays and Fridays, 4 to 5 P. M. Superin- 
tendent of hom^ Sabbath school, Rev. F. M. Smith. Super- 
intendent of Telegraph Avenue Sa ■•.ath school, Willis B. 
Fr}-. uperintendent of Bethany Sabbath school, Irvin 
Avers. Superintendent of Chine.se Sabbath school, N. W. 
Winton. Janitor, Samuel S. Bachelder; re.s. Playter Block, 
rooms 37 and 38. Services, 11a. m., 7:30 p. M. Sabbath 
school, 9:30 A. M; Telegraph avenue school, 3 P. M.; Bethany 
school, 3 P. M.: Boys* Brigade Bible cla.ss, 4p. M. ; Chinese 
school, 6 P. M.; Christian Endeavor Society, 6:15 P. M. Church 
prayer meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. King s Daughters, 
every other Friday, 3 P. M. Boys' Brigade dril , every Fri- 
day, 7 P. M. The Lord's Supper, the first Sabbath of Febru- 
ary. April, June, August. October and Dec*>mber. Baptism 
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First United Presbyterian Church — Services in Y. M. C. A Hall, 

1104 Clay. Rev. J. P. White, Pastor: res. 578 Sixteenth st, 

Sunday services, 11 a.m., 7:45 P. M. Sunday school, 10 .\. m. 
Golden Gate Presbyterian Church — Southwest corner Parsui.s 

and Park. Rev. Horatio B. McBride, Pa.stor. Services, 11 

A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 12:30 P. M. 
North Temescal Pre.sbyterian Church — Northwest corner Co'um- 

bus ave. and Chei-ry. Rev. James Curry, Pastor. Services, 

11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 10 A. M. Y. P. S. 

C. E., 6:30 P. M. Player meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. 
Prospect Hill Presbyterian Church — Rev. Matthew T. A. White, 

Ptistor. 
Second Presbyterian Church — Union, between Eighth and Tenth. 

Rev. H. H. Rice, Pastor; residence 1054 Kirkham. Services, 

11 A. M., 7:30 p. M. Sunday school, 12:30 p. m. Piayer 

meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. 
Welsh Pres yterian Church — Harrison, between Th;rte;.'nth and 

P'ourteenth. Rev. Owen Jones, Pastor; res. 124 E!e\ enth. 

Services in Welsh, at 11 a.m.; in English, at 7:30 P.M. 

Sunday school at 12 M. Prayer meeting, "Wednesday, 7:30 

P. M. 
Bethany Presbyterian Mission Church — 570 Fifth street. Serv- 
ices, 7:30 p. M. Sunday school, 3 P. M. 
Chine.se Mission Presbyterian Church (First) — 264 Thirteenth. 

Rev. I. M. Condit, Pastor. Services, 11:30 A. m., 7 p. m. 

Wednesdays, 8:30 P. M. Saturdays, 8 P. M. 
Chinese Mission School (Presbyterian) — 264 Thirteenth. R v. I. 

M. Condit, Superintendent. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception — Jefferson, between Sev- 
enth and Eighth. Rev. M. King, Pastor; Rev. T. (hanwell, 
A.ssistant Pastor. Mass on Sundays, 7, 9, and 10:30 a. m. 
Vespers, 7:30 P. M. Week days, Mass 7 A. M. Sunday 
school, after the 9 A. M. Mass. 

Church of the Sacred Heart — Fortieth, near Grove. Rev. Law- 
rence Serda, Pastor; Rev. Patrick Heslin, Assistant Pastor. 
Sunday services. Mass, 7, 9, and 10:30 A. M. ; Vespers, 7:30 
p. M. 

St. Anthony's Church — Corner E. Fifteenth and Fifteenth ave. 
Rev. Wm. Gleeson. Pastor. Sunday services, 8 and 10:30 
A. M., 7:30 P. M. 

St. Francis de Sales Church — Corner Grove and Hobart. Rev. 
T. McS weeny,' Rector; Rev. Thos. Kirby and Rev. J. F. 
Byrne, Assistants. Sunday services. Mass, 7:30 to 9 a. M. ; 
High Mass, 10:30 a. m. ; Vespers, 7:30 p.m. IMass each 
week day at 8:30 a. m. 

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and Eighth. Rev E. Fernandez, Pa<tor; Rev. J. Feiieiia, 
As-sitant Pastor. M;i.-s on Sunday. 7:15, 8:15, 10:30 a. M. ; 
Vespers, 7:30 P. M. Week day Ma.ss, 7:30, S A. M. Sunday 
school, 2:30 l". M. 

Patrick's Uhurcli — Corner Seward and Peralt.i streets. Re\". 
John B. McNally, Pastor. Sunday .servicer, Mass 7, 8, 9, ami 
10:30 A. M.; Ves[jer,s, 7:30 P. M. 

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST. 

Oakland Seventh-day Adventist Cliurch — Southeast cor. Twelfth 
and Brush. Rev. M. C. Wilcox, Pastor; Rev. F. M. Wilcox, 
Assistant Pastor. Services: Sabbath school (Saturday), 9:30 
A. M.; preaching, 11 A. M.; Wednesday, prayer and missionary 
meeting, 7:30 p. Ji. 

SWEDENBORGIAX. 

Swedenborgian New Church — Meets Sundays at 11 a. m., in 
Montana Hall, 1160^ Seventh. 

UNITARIAN. 
First Unitarian Church — Southeast cor. Fourteenth and Ca.stro. 
Rev. Chas. W. Wendte, Pastor; res. 66?s Fourteenth st. Serv- 
ices, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 9:30 a. M. ; Ed- 
ward Von Adelung, Jr., Superintendent. The Lend a Han<l 
Club meets on Thursdays, at 3 p. m. Woman's Auxiliary — 
Rt^gular meetings for business and work will be held everv 
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the church parloi-s. Starr 
King Fraternity — The reading room is now furnished with 
an excellent supply of periodical liteiature, both American 
and foreign. It will be op°n to members, through the pass 
key, with which each one is furnished, every day and even- 
ing throughout the week, including Sundav, from 8 a. m. to 

10 P. M. 

UNIVERSALISTS. 

First Universalist Church — West, between Eleventh and Twelfth. 
Rev. S. Goodenough, Pastor; res. 1533 Franklin. Services, 

11 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E., 6:15 P. M. Sunday school, 12:30 

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MISCELLANEOUS. 
Ihe Christian Alliance — For the promotion of the Fourfold Gos- 
pel, Christ our Saviour, Christ our Sanctifier, Christ our 
Healer, and Christ our Coming King. Mrs. Carrie Judd 
Montgomerv, President. Meets every W^ednesday afternoon 
at 2:30 o'clock, in lower hall Y. M. C. A. 

Chinese Methodist Mis.sion — Rev. F. J. Masters. Pa.stor, 1017 
Clay. 

I 'liri.st's Mission — Frank Robin.son, Leader: 821 Broadway. 
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Congrejiational Association of Christian Chinese — 323 Eighth. 

Gospe! Hall — Meetings daily, evenings and Sunday. 475 Sixth. 

Japanese M. E. Mission — Rev. M. C. Harris Superintendent. 
Services Sunday, 11a. m. and 7 r. M. 763 Brush. 

Liberal Spiritual Society — Services every Sunday, 2:30 and 7:30 
P. M. Fraternal Hall, 1156| Washington. 

Mi-ssion of the Good Samaritan — Under auspices of St. Paul's 
Episcopal Church. Sunday school and sewing school. Serv- 
ices 2:30 P. M. Sunday, and sewing school Saturday P. M. 
665 Alice. 

Mission Spiritualists — Meet Sunday at 2:30 and 7:30 P. M. 
Wednesday evening. Liberty Hall, 865 Broadway. 

Oakland Gospel Mission — R. S. Marshall, Superintendent. 
Fifteenth. Service every evening at 7 o'clock. 

Presbyterian Chinese Mission School — Rev. L M- Condit, teacher. 
Hours, 7 :30 to 9 :30 p. m. 

Salvation Army Corps, No. 1 — Meets at S. A. Castle, 315 and 317 
Eighth. Captain Samuel Wood in charge. Services, 7 and 
11 a. m., 3 and 8 p. m. Sunday, and every week day 8 P. M. 

Young Men's Christian Association — Building northeast corner 
Twelfth and Clay. D. Edward Collins, President; C. W. 
Kinse3% Treasurer; Irving S. Watson, General Secretary; A. 
K. Anthony, Assistant Secretary; \V. W. Roblee, Physical 
Director; W. H. Hutton, D. rector Junior Department. 

Young Women's Christian A-sociation — 1013 Clay; new building 
being erected, Franklin, near Durant. Mrs. P. D. Browne, 
Highland Park, Pre.sident; Mrs. E. VVolfenden, 609 Kennedy 
street. East Oakland, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. G. M. Stolp, 
1318 Jackson street, Corrtsponding Secretaiy; Miss Carrie 
J. Bacon, 960 Oak street, Financial Secietar}'; Mrs. D. T. 
Curtis, 126 Ninth street, Treasurer. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 

Henry H. Markham, Governor; John B. Reddick, Lieutenant 
Governor; E. G. Waite, Secretary of State ; E. P. Colgan, State 
Controller; J. R. McDonald, State Treasurer; W. H. H. Hart, 
Attorney General; J. W. Anderson, Superintendent of Public 
Instruction; Tho. Reichert, Surveyor General; L. H. Brown, 
Clerk Supreme Court. 



LEGISLATIVE. 

Senator, Sixteenth District— pEli S. Deiiison, of Oakland. 
Senator, Seventeenth District — W. E. Dargie, of Oakland. 
Senator, Eighteenth District — William Simpson, of Alameda. 
Member Assembly. Fit'ty-Hist Di>tiict — Frank Fowler, of Liver- 
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Member Assembly, Fifty-second District — Fred Bryant, of San 

Leandro. 
Member Assembly, Fifty-third District — J. G. McCall, Oakland. 
Member Assembly, Fifty-fourth District — E. S. Culver. Oakland. 
Member Assembly, Fifty-fifth District — E. G. Cram, Oakland. 
Member Assembly, Fifty-sixth District — A. Ames, Berkeley. 



COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF ALAMEDA 

COUNTY. 

Offices in Court House, west side Broadway, between Fourth 
and Fifth, and Hall of Records, east side Broadway, between 
Fourth and Fifth. 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 

Regular meetings first Mondays of February, May, August 
and November, in Court House. 

Members of Board — Hiram Bailey, District No. 1 ; D. \V. Mar- 
tin, District No. 2; Bait. Morgan, District No. 8; D. C. Brown, 
District No. 4; W. S. Pelouze, District No. 5. Bart. Morgan, 
Chairman; James E. Crane, Clerk. 

Order of Business — 1. Roll call; 2. Reading of minutes of pre- 
vious meeting; 3. Applications for relief; 4. Reports of 
county officers; 5. Reports of committees; 6. Reception of 
petitions and communications; 7. Unfinished business; 8. 
Allowance of bills; 9. New business. 

Standing Committees — Judiciary, County BuildinL;s and Im- 
provements: Pelouze, Martin and Brown. Auditing and 
Finance: Brown, Bailey and Pelouze. Roads, Bridi^es and 
Franchises: Martin, Pelouze and Bailey. Hospital^: Bailej', 
Brown and Martin. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Clerk — J mes E. Crane, office, Hall of Records; term expires 
first Monday in January, 1893. Deputy Clerks — N. G. 
Sturtevant, George H. Furry, Robert Edgar, H. B. Belden, 
Thomas W. Robinson, and Carlton W. Greene. 

Auditor — Myron A. "VVhidden, office. Hall of Records. 

AsSKssoR — Robert S. Leckie, office, Court House; term expires 
first Monday in January, ] 895. 

Recorder — Rod. W. Church, office. Hall of Records; term ex- 
pires first Monday in January, 1893. Deputy Recorders — 
George H. Allen and George H. Mason. 

Treasurer — S. HufF, office, Hall of 'Records; term expires Jan- 
uary 1, 1898. 

Tax Collector — A. L. Stone, office, Ciurt House; term expires 
January 1, 1893. 

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Surveyor — Geo. L. Nusbaumer, office, Court House; term expires 
first Monday in January. 1893. 

Superintendent of Schools — G. W. Frick, office, Hall of Rec- 
ords; term expires January 1, 1895. 

Sheriff — W. H. H. Hussey, office, Court House; term expires 
first Monday in January, 1893. Under Sheriff— W. S. Har- 
low. Deputy Sheriffs— D. F. Macy, W. W. Morrison, R. C. 
J. Adney. 

Jailer — John C. Marsh. 

Jail Surgeon — Dr. R. T. Stratton. 

District Attorney — G. W. Reed, office, Court House; term ex- 
pires first Monday in January, 1893. Deputy District At- 
torneys — Emil Nusbaumer, L. S. Church, A. L. Frick. 

Court Commissioner — Fred E. Whitney, office, Blake & Moffit 
Building. 

Public Administrator — James Stanley, office, 969 Broadway; 
term expires first Monday in January, 1893. 

Coroner — Henry Evers, ofiice, 865 Washington; term expires 
first Monday in January, 1893. 

Superior Court of Alameda County — (See under Courts, 
page 41.) 

HALL OF RECORDS. 
East side Broadway, between Fourth and Fifth. Recorder — 

Rod. W. Church. Deputy Recorders — George H Allen and Geo. 

H. Mason. Copyists— W. H. Church, R. C. Vose, J, R. Taylor, 

J. M. Hyde, Joseph Bardellini. 

county board of equalization. 
Consists of the County Board of Supervisors. Meets at Court 
House first Monday in Julv, and continues in .session during one 
month. 

COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Office, Hall of Records. W. F. B. Lynch, Chairman; John 
H. Eickhoff; F. M. Campbell. W. B. Ludlow. Secretary— Geo. 
W. Frick. County Superintendent of Schools — Geo. W. Frick. 
Deputy Superintendents of Schools — Mr.s. Geo. W. Frick and 
Theodore F. Mock. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 5 P. M. 

COUNTY INFIRMARY. 

Post office address, San Leandro. This institution is located 

about twelve miles from Oakland, between San Leandro and 

Hay wards. It affords a home for the indigent aged and inHrm, 

and a hospital for the needy, friendless sick of Alameda County. 

COUNTY RECEIVING HOSPITAL. 

(See under Hospitals and Asylums, page 42.) 

.JUSTICES OF THE PEACE IN ALAMEDA COUNTY. 
Alameda Township — W. P. Byler, G. A. Swaspy. 

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Eden Township — J. A. Collins^ Jo. Black. 

Murray Township — J. H. Taylor, William Bn^phy. 

Washington Township — E. A. Richmond, C. M. C. Peters. 

Oakland Township — Chailes E. Snook. 

Oakland City— F. B. Ogden, J. J. Allen. 

Berkeley City — S. H. Long, S. A. Pen well. 

COUNTY CONSTABLES. 

Oakland Township— J. W. Kesler, W. K. Solts. 
Alameda Township — H. T. Morris, H. A. Cramer. 
Brooklyn Township — J. W. Glaze, B. James. 
Murray Township — George S. Fitzgerald, L. M. Lyster. 
Eden Township — W. J. Ramage, J. A. Gallett. 
Washington Township — J. M. Smith, W. T. Ralph. 

COUNTY JAIL. 

East side Washington, between Fourth and Fifth. 
Jailer — John C. Marsh. Assistant Jailer — A. J. Bowman. 
Surgeon — Dr. R. T. Stratton. 

SCHOOL CLERKS OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 
For the school year ending June 30, LS93. 

NAME.S OF DISTRICTS. CLERK. P. 0. ADDRES.S. 

1 Alameda D. J. Sullivan Alameda. 

2 Alvarado Ivans Ralph Alvarado. 

3 Alvi.so A. Bettencourt Alvarado. 

4 Arroyo Valle. . . . VVm. Cro^,by Livermoro. 

.5 Bay Geo. W. Hunt Golden Gate. 

6 Berkeley C. H. Speai- West Berkeley. 

7 Castro Valley.. .J. B, Parsons Hay wards. 

8 Centerville J. W. Robertson . . . .Centerville. 

9 Decoto Ed. Whipple Decoto. 

10 Eden Vale Joseph Habernig. . . . Havwanls. 

11 Emery Fred. H. Farr Oakland. 

12 Eureka Edw. Clawiter Mt. Eden. 

13 Fruitvale A. Schroyer Fruitvale. 

14 Green Fred Hartman Livermore. 

15 Harris Alfred T;nnariss .... Livermore. 

16 Hays S .F. Morrill Oakland. 

17 Highland J. G. Young Livermore. 

18 Inman J. C. Martin Livermore. 

1 1) Lacoste E. F. Rea Sunol Glen. 

20 Laurel John Gnrretson Hay wards. 

21 Lincoln E. Munyan New^ark. 

22 Livermore Albert Weymouth. . .Livermore. 

23 Lockwood Ed Gates East (Jakland. 

24 Lor ill Wi'son Carr Lorin. 

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30 Mt. House James Scott Bethany, Cal. Ty 

81 Mowrv's Land gGeo. Ryan Centerville. ^T 

82 Murray J- E. McDermed Hay wards. ^J 

88 Newark C. G. Healey Newark. V^ 

84 Niles Wm. Snyder Niles. 

85 Oakland J. W. McClyinonds. .Oakland. 

36 Olinda H. Hauschildf Oakland. 

87 Palomares J. C. Jensen Haywards. 

38 Peralta Geo. E. Colby University, Berkeley. 

39 Piedmont Geo. W. Kelley Oakland. 

40 Pleasanton Geo. F. Gilson Pleasanton. 

41 Redwood James McCoy Hay wards. 

42 Rosedale A. Moore Sunol Glen. 

48 San Lorenzo Peter Olsen S n Lorenzo. 

44 Stony Brook . . . Wm. Farwell Niles. 

45 Summit A. O. Barthold Altamont. 

46 Sheridan Charles J. Bez Mission San Jose. 

47 Sunol Glen Robert Ellis Sunol Glen 

48 Temescal J. J. O'Rourke North Temescal. 

49 Townsend J. L. Bangs Livermore. 

50 Union T. P. Carey San Leandro. 

51 Valicitos O. J. Vandervoot. . .Sunol Glen. "^ 

52 Vista A. Fuchs Livermore. (fO 

53 Warm Springs. .H. B. Valpey Warm Springs. m\ 

54 W^ashington N. L. Babb Irvington. ' vP 

Office Superintendent of Schools, Hall of Records, Oakland. ^J 

COURTS. i am^ 

Court House, west side Broadway, betwe n Fourth and Fifth 
streets. 

SUPERIOR COURT ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

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Department No. 1 — W. E. Greene, Judge; term expires first Hon- i •"« 

day in January, 1897. \J 

Department No. 2 — F. W. Henshaw, Judge; term expires first | ^ 

Monday in January, 1897. , ■■ 

Department No- 3 — John Ellsworth, Judge; term expires first ■"* 

Monday in January, 1895. QJ 

(For Court officers, see page 39.) I m^ 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE COURT. I "F ■ 

Frank B. Ogden and J. J. Allen, City Justices. | Q 

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Clerk, T. L. Bromley. 
Bailiff, Samuel H. Mitcliell. 



HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS. 



F. McCarty, 
of Trustees ; 



Chabot Woman's Home — 66 Sixth st. Mrs. L. 
Matron. Geo. E. De Golia, Secretary Boaid 
office 957 Broadway, room 8. 

Children's Home — South side Linden lane, between Broadway 
and Telegraph ave., Temescal; supported by the Ladies' Re- 
lief Society of Oakland. Miss L. C. Sullivan, Matron. 

Christ's Rescue Home — 1171 Seventh st. Frank Robinson, Supt. 

County Receiving Hospital — West side Franklin, bet. Fourth and 
Fifth. Dr. M. L. Johnson, Physician in charije. Rasmus H. 
Larsen, Steward. Mrs. Annie L. Larsen, Matron. 

Fahiola Hospital — Corner Moss Avenue and Broadway. Mrs. 
Sarah R. Yule, President; Mrs. O. A. Chase, Treasurer; Mrs. 
G. M. Stolp, Recording- Secretary: Susan J. Fenton, M. D., 
Resident Physician; Mrs. Mary E. Dow, Matron. A train- 
ing school for nurses is also conducted. 

Fruitvdle Hospital — Lynde, near Fruitvale avenue. Dr. R. VV 
Poulsen, Proprietor. 

Industrial Home of Mechanical Trades for the Adult Blind — 
Northwest cor. Thirty-sixth street and Telegraph avenue. 
John P. Irish, President of Board. Directors — Jacob Green- 
hood, A. D. Thomson, F. A. Campbell, Frank A. Leach. 
John Ames, Secretary and Treasurer; Dr. Andrew Fine, 
Physician; Josep i Sanders, Superintendent; Mrs. Joseph 
Sanders, Matron. 

Lake Side Sanitarium — 1020 Oak st. Dr. M. Goldson, Proprietor. 

Oakland Free Clinic — Free advice and medicines for the indigent 
sick, at the Oakland Hospital and Hotel for Invalid.s, Twelfth 
street, between Jackson and Madison, 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. 
daily, except Sundays and holidays. 

Oakland Genertd Hospital — Northwe.st corner Eighth and Grove. 
Dr. W. A, Rowell, Resident Physician. 

Oakland Sanitarium — 1007 Jackson st. Church and Stone, 
Proprietors. 

Oakland Hospital and Hotel for Invalids — Twelfth street, bet. 
Jackson and Madison. Dr. E. H. Wookey, Physician in 



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Ladies' Home — South side Linden lane, between Broadway i 
and Telegraph ave., Temescal. Supported by Ladies' Relief j 
Society of Oakland. Mrs. C. C. Case, Matron. ' 

West Oakland Home — 97-3 Campbell. To administer relief to ! 
foundlings, orphans and abandoned children. Miss Hannah i 
Bardsley, Matron. 

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Oakland Honieop"fhic Dispevsartj — 75G Seventh st.,near Brush. 
Medical aiiti surgical treatment. Dispensary open daily 
(Sunday excepted) from 3 to 5 P. M. Advice free. Medicine, 
25 cents. Dispensary Staff — Dr. H. S. Pelton, Monday and 
Thursday, .^'to 4 P. M. Dr. E. D. Curtis, Monday and Thuis- 
day, 4 to 5 P. M. Dr. A. S. Larkey, Tuesday and Fiiday, 3 
to 4 P. M. Dr. N. H. Haight, Tuesday and Friday, 4 to 5 
P. M. Dr. A. L. Cunningham, Wednesday and Saturday, 3 
to 4 P. M. Dr. E. P. Gayhjrd, Wednesday and Saturday, 
4 to 5 p. M. 



LIBRARIES AND READING ROOMS. 

Oakland Free Public Library and Central Reading Room, 
north side Fourteenth, near City Hall. 

The Free Libiary was first opened to the public on the even- 
ing of November 7, 1878, with about four thousand volumes on 
its shelves. It has steadily gained in popular favor, having now 
9,369 members on the library roll. July 1, 1892, it was shown to 
pos.sess 21,163 volumes. 

The library is open (Sundays and holidaj's excepted) from 9 
A. M. until 8 P. M.; Saturdays, from 9 a. m. until 9 P. M. 

The centi-ai reading room, which is located in the same 
building, has on file all the principal newspapers published on the 
Pacific Coa.st, together with the mo.st prominent journals and 
magazines of the East, also standaid English magazines and peri- 
odicals. Open from 8 A. M. to 9 P, M. ; Sundays, 9 A M. to 9 P. M. 

Branch reading rooms are established in different parts of the 
city, as follows: — 

East Oakland Free Reading Room, .562 East Twelfth street. 

North Oakland Free Reading Room, corner Thirty-fourth 
and Peralta streets. 

Twenty-third Avenue Free Reading Room, 116 i East Four- 
teenth street. 

West Oakland Free Reading Room, 1684 Seventh Street. 

The reading rooms are open daily (holidays excepted) from 8 
A. M. to 9 P. M. 

Miss Ina D. Coolbrith, Librarian; her resignation has been 
handed in, to take eff'ect January 1, 1893. Henry F. Peterson, 
First Assistant Librarian; Miss L. C. Cole, Second Assistant Li- 
brarian ; Dwight Strong, Curator Central Free Reading Room. 
Board of Trustees— S. H. Melvin, President; F. S. Osgood, Sec- 
retary; J. A. McKinnon, B. A. Rabe, Jeremiah Tyrrel. 
Standing Committees — Auditing, McKinnon, Tyrrel and Rabe; 
Books, Rabe, McKinnon and Osgood; Building, Tyrrel, Os- 
good and Rabe; Reading Room and Periodicals, Osgood, 
McKinnon and Tyrrel. Regular meetings are held the first 
Tuesday in each month. 



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Order <>f Business — I. Calling the roll. II. Reading minutes. 
III. Presentati(Mi of bilLs. IV. Report of officers an 1 action 
thereon. V. Reports of committees and action thereon 
1. Books; 2. Building; 3. Auditing; 4. Reading Rooms and 
Periodicals. VI. Reports of special committees and action 
thereon. VII. Unfinished business. VII T New business. 
IX. Adjournment. 

Free Reiuling Room — Conducted bv Painters' Union. Native 
Sons' Hall. 

-Gofipel Teviperance lieadinf/ Boom — 481 Seventh street. N. J. 
Young, Curator. 

Starr King Fraternity Reading Room and Library — In First 
Unitarian Church, coiner Fourteenth and Castro. 

Y. M. C. A. Reading Room — Corner Twelfth and Clav. 

Y. W. a T. U. Reading Room— 865 Broadway. Mrs. M. A. 
Robinson, Curator. 



NEWSPAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS. 

A Fatiia — Issued every Wednesday. Portucrnese Publishing 
Co., Publishers; 452 Eighth st. Manuel Stone, Editor and 
Manager. Subscription, $2.50 per annum. 

Bible Student ' Libmry — Issued every month. Pacific Press 
Pub. Co., Twelfth and Castro. 

Daily Transcript of Records — Published daily by Du Ray Smith, 
459 Ninth st. " 

East Oakland Observer — Issued every Saturday. Waage &; 
Travers, Publishers, 057 E. Twelfth st. Subscription. Si. 50 
pel- annum. 

Echoe< — Issued every Satuiday. F. R. Porter, Editor and Pro- 
prietor; 417 Eighth St., with Tribune Pub. Co. Subscrip- 
tion, $2.00 per annum. 

Eusebia (a monthly journal for Bible students) — W. L. Stroud, 
Editor. Eusebia Pub. Co., Publishers, 328 Prospect ave. 
Subscription, $1.00 per annum. 

Indei>enden' — Changed to East Oakland Observer. 

North Oaldand end Gohien Gate Press — Issued every Saturday. 
Cut tis and ''olbert. Proprietors; 15 Watts st. Sub- 'i-iion, 
$1.50 piT aniiuiii. 

LIFE_ INSURANCE the CHEAPEST: 

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MILITARY. 

Company A, Fifth Infantry, iV. G. C. — Meets at Military Hall, 
377 Twelfth st., every Thursday evening. Captain A. L. 
Smith, Commanding. I 

Company F, Fifth Infantry, N. G. C. — Meets every Monday , 
evening at Military Hall, 377 Twelfth st. Captain J. F. > 
Hayes, Commanding. | 



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days, and Weekly, every Friday. The Oakland Enquirer 
Publishing- Co., Publishers; 416 and 418 Tenth. Subscription, 
Daily, S4.2() per annum by mail, 35c per month by carrier; 
Weekly, Sl.50 per annum. 

Oa'dand Joiirncd (weekly German paper) — Issued every Satur- 
day. Albeit Kayser, Proprietor; southwest corner Seventh ^^ 
and Webster. 'Ibc per month. ^^^ 

Oakl'ind Morning Times — Daily is issued every mornin<^, and ^^^ 
We.kly every Thursday. The Morning Times Co., Publish- 
ers; 950 Broadway, cor. Ninth. Subscription: Dailv $5.00 
per annum (in advance), 10c per week; Weekly, Sl.OO per 
annum fin advance). 

ikland Trlh'ine — Daily is issued every evening, except Sunday, 

and Weekly ever\ Friday. Tribun'=», Publishing Co., Pub- P^* 
lishers; 4r3-417 Eighth. Subscription: Daily S6.00 per I 
annum by mail, 50c per month by carrier; Wtekly, 81.50 P^l 
per annum. ( ■ ■ 

Our Little Friend fChild's Paper, 8 pages, illustrated) — Issued ; ^ 
weekly. Subs^-ription price, 50 cents a year. W. N. Glenn, , oo 
Editor. Pac.fic Press Pub. Co., Publishers, Twelfth and ( ^ 
Castro stn et.s. I m 

Pacific Hti th Journal and Temperance Advocate — Issued i ■■■ 
monthly; 32 pages. Subscription price, 81.00 per yeai'. | 
M. C. Wdcox, W. H. Maxson, M. D., and Mrs. H. S. Maxson, M 
M. D., Editois. Pac.fic Press Publishing Co., Publishers; Jf^ 
Twelfth and Castro streets. «#3 

Meal E tate Recievj — I.«sued u onthly. A. H. Breed & Co., Pub- \J\^ 
lishers; 4(i0 Ninth st. Subscription, 81.00 per annum. ^1^ 

Sahhath School Worker — Issued monthly; 16 pages. Subscrip- ^1^ 
tion price, 50 cents a year. F. M. Wilcox and Mrs. Ve-ta J. CO 
Olsen, Editors. Pacific Press Publishing Co., Publishers; fflfi 
Twelfth and Ca-<tro streets. ^^ 

Signs of the Times — A religious weekly, 16 pages. Subscription i ^^M 
price, per year, 81.50. M. C. Wilcox, editor. Pacific Press 3,_ 
Publishing Co., Publishers; Twelfth and Castro streets. 

Sentinel Library — Issued monthly. Pacific Press Publishing Co. 
Publishers; Twelfth and Castro streets. 

State Resource's and Mining Reviev: — Issued monthly. T. C. 
Howell, Publisher; oflice, with Pacific Press Publishing Co. 
Tw; Ifth and Castro sts. Subscription, 82.50 per annum. 

Weekly Tradesman — Devoted to the interests of Organized Labor. 
Issued every Monday. W. B. Soule, Publisher; office, S. F. 
Subscriptioi, 81.00 per annum. 

West Oakland Sun — Issued every Saturday. James W. Travers, 



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OBSERVATORY. 

The (.'liabot Observatorv of Oakland (establislied lcSS3) is 
situated in the middle of Lafayett Square, Avhich is bounded by 
•Cj Tenth, Eleventh, J eflerson an<i »irov<- streets. Its exact geograph- 
t! ical position is in latitude 37° 48' o" nortli, longitude 122' 16' 
Oj 'MA" west from Greenwich, or in time 8 hours. 9 minutes, 6 sec- 
w J? onds west of Gre.nwicli, 3 liMnrs, nnnutes, 54 seconds west 
^ f'f>ni Washington. The observatory building, together with its 
^ '••j splendiil equipment, was the free gift of Antliony Chabot, Esq., 
tj! .q' to the Board of Education, in trust for the city of Oakland. 
^ 5 tfc Mond ly evenings are reserve I for the schools, and Fiiday cven- 
^ K ^ ings for observatory woilc. C-ar s foi- adtirssion on other even- 
*J ^ ings can be olji^ainel on application t(j the Director, J. B. Mc- 
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u, PARKS. 

ly d I Beulah Park — S mth of Hopkins and east of Commerce streets. 
^ (/) ' Blair Park — Piedmont, near t-^i minus Piedmont Cable Railway. 
^J . City Hall Park — Corner Fourteenth street and San Pablo avenue. 
^ [* Clinton Square — Changed to Washington Park. 
^ ^ Uj Hani-on Park — Between Sixth and 'Seventh, Harrison and Alice. 
•il u detferson Park — Between Sixth and Seventh, Jefferson and Grove. 
CD ^ Lafayette Square — Between Tenth and Eleventh, Jefferson and 

K| Grove. 

^ yjl Lincoln Park — BetAveen Tenth and Eleventh, Harrison and Alice. 
^ jgl Mad i.son Square — Between Madison and Oak, Eighth and Ninth. 
*U ..1 Oak Street Park — Changed to Madison Square. 
VD Ulj "Washington Park (Clinton Squaie) — Between Sixth and Seventh 
^ ij avenues, E. Twelfth and E. Fourteenth. 

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PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Auditorium (The) — North side Twelfth, between Webster and 
Harrison. Albert Leech, Manager. 

Macdonough Theatkr — Southeast corner Broadway and Four- 
teenth st. Geo. F. Mothersole, Lessee and Manager. 

Oakland Theater — Changed to The Auditorium. 

People's Theater — Southeast corner Washington and Twelfth 
sts. L. E. Bartlett, J. S. Halstead and Albert Hosraer, 
Proprietors. 



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POST OFFICE. 

Southwest corner Broadway and Seventeenth streets. En- 
p^^ : trance on both Broadway and Telegraph avenue. 

[^ I Postmaster — Amasa \V. Bishop. Assistant Postmaster — 

^=4 L. T. Farr. 



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Open. Close. 

General Delivery Window 7:30 A. M. 9 P. M. 

Carriers' Window 7 :15 P. M. 8:15 P. M. 

"^tamp and Box Win<lows 8:30 A. M. 5 P. M. 

Money Oi-der Dejmrtnient 9 a. M. 6 P. M. 

Registry Department A. >i. 6 p. m. 

Special Delivery Department 7 A. M. 10 P. M. 

SUNDAYS. 



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BRANCH OFFICES. 



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Station A — 1792 Seventh. Thomas Story^ Superintendent. 
Station B — Corner E. Twelfth street and Thirteenth avenue. 

Eug( ne Colby, Superintendent. 
Station C — 852 Broadway. Fred S. Osgood, Superintendent. 

CLERKS. 

Wm. H. T. Owen — Money order clerk. 

Edward J. Tennon — Registi'y clerk. 

Charles R. Haswell — General delivery clerk. 

Edgar L. Wakeman — Stamp and box clerk. 

< )liver E. Perigo — Superintendent mailing department. 

James A. Browne; — Assistant mailing clerk. 

Alfred B. Foster — As.sistant mailing clerk. 

Mrs. Bessie Jordon — Distributing clerk. 

Miss Grace L. Lane — Directory and dead letter clerk. 

Miss Bessie Goodfellow — Directory and postage due clerk. 

Mo.ses Mai'cus — Night and relief clerk. 

Miss Isabella Mitchell — Assistant stamp clerk. 

Albert R. Water.s — Assistant registry and distributing clerk. 

Harry Brown — Junior clerk. 

LETTER CARRIERS. 

Charles D. Littler, David P. Hooe, Geo. F. Sampson, Joseph 
D. Scott, Wm. D. Hendrickson, Edward G. Donovan, Wm. W. 
Finch, Dani '1 J. Hallahan, Geo. F. Collyer, John Z. Barnett, 
Charles E. Hendrickson, Joseph F. Kenny, David J. Healy, John 
F. Donzelmann, Charles L. Kelton, Frank Belden, John T. 
Morrison, Geo. E. Sterling, Isaac E. Luttrell, Walter Petersen, 
Wm. J. Hanley, Harry W. Miller, Will L. Ranlett, Charles E. 
Story, Baxter L. Sedgley, Frank E. Burger, Isaac Cohen, Ashley 
D. Cameren, John F. Sherry, M. McDonough, Wm. H. Smith. 

SUBSTITUTE CARRIERS. 

Arthur Petty, W^m. S. Bankhead, Solon D. Arnold, Edgar 
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SPECIAL DELIVERY MESSENGERS. 

Edward Gehring, Richard Voorhis, Wm. Hambleton, Wm. 
Weston, Charles S. Murphey. 

MAIL MESSENGER. 

Richard D. Rowp. 

STAMP AGENTS. 

H. D. Eliason, 4.53 Fourteenth; Hu2:h F. Mannion, corner 
Seventh and Market; Leander Fisk, 115G| Seventh; Wm. H. 
John.ston, 1931 Grove; Mrs. Grace Davis, Thirty-fourth and Tel- 
egraph avenue; John H. Thomas, Twent}'- third avenue and E. 
Fourteenth; J. S. Andeison, Tv^^enty-sixth and San Pablo avenue; 
Melvin & Co., Sixth avenue and E. Twelfth; Dr. W. B. Lovett, 
1632 Thirteenth avenue; Miss Sophie Swanburg, 225 B street. 

PUBLIC HALLS AND BUILDINGS. 

Bartlett Hall — N. E. corner Seventh and Pine. 

Blake Block — 1065 Washington, corner Twelfth. 

Blake & Mofhtt Building — N. E. corner Broadway and Eighth. 

Brayton Block— 363i Twelfth. 

Brown Building — N. E. corner Tenth and Washington. 

Buswell Block — S. E. corner fourth and Broadway. 

California Hall — 1015 Clay. 

Canning Block — 1115 Broadway. 

Castle Hall— 1212 Twenty-third avenue. 

Cavalry Hall — Changed to People's Theater. 

Central Bank Building — N. E. corner Fourteenth and Broadway. 

Central Block — 1068 Broadway. 

City Hall — North side Fourteenth, opposite Washington. 

.Coleman Block — 1103i Broad w^ay. 

College Hall — N. E. corner Twelfth and Harrison. 

Cosmopolitan Hall — 2969 Telegraph avenue, Temescal. 

Court House — West side Broadway, between Fourth and Fifth. 

Covenant Hall^-S. E. corner Thirteenth and Clay. 

Curtis Block — 1423 San Pablo avenue. 

Dania Hall — <S64i Broadway. 

Davis Block — N. W. corner Eleventh and Washington. 

Delgei- Block No. 1 — N. W. corner Broadwaj' and Ninth 

Delger Block No. 2 — 1155-1169 Broadway. 

Elite Hall— North .side Twelfth, near Webster. 

Elsey Building — 854i Broadway. 

Everts Block — 1014 Broadway. 

Examiner Building — 914-918 Broadway. 

Fidelity Hall — N. E. corner Peralta and Seventh. 

Fifth infantry Regiment Band Hall — 709 Broadway. 

Fraternal Hall — 1156i Washington. 

Fraternity Hall — N. E. corner Peralta and Seventh. 



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Free Library Building' — North side Fourteenth, near City Hall. 

G. A. R. Hall— 419 Thirteenth. 

Germania Hall— 832-836 Webster. 

Golden West Hall— 2121 Peralta. 

Graffelni'in Block — N. W. cornei Seventh and Campbell. 

Gregory Block — Noith .side Seventh, from Myitle to Filbert. 

Hall of Records — East side Broadwav, between Fourth and Fifth. 

Hamilton Hall — S. E. corner Thirteenth nnd Jeffeison. 

Hamilton's Fraternal KA\ — 11 56 J Washington. 

Hansen's Hall — S. W. corner Wood and Goss. 

Hooks Building — 1108 Broadway. 

I. O. O F. Hall— N. W. corner Franklin and Eleventh. 

I. O. O. F. Hall (German)— 838 Webster. 

James Block — N. W. corner Seventh and Wood. 

Jurgens Block — 1116 Broadway. 

Klinkner's Hall — (ioMen Gate. 

Kohler's Block — N. W. coiner Seventh and Chester. 

Labor Bureau Hall — 918 Washington. 

Land and Loan Co.'s Block — S. E. corner Twelfth and Washing- 
ton. 

Liberty Hall — 865 Broaiiway. 

Macdonough Theater — S. E. corner Broadway and Fourteenth. 

Masonic Hall — N. E. corner Willow and Seventh. 

Ma.sonic Temple — N. W. corner Twelfth and Washington. 

Military Hall— 377 Twelfth. 

Milton Hall — S. W. corner San Pablo avenue and Twenty-eioflith. 

Montana Block— 1156-1162 Seventh. 

Montana Hall— 11 60^ Seventh. 

Native Sons GoMen West Hall — 918 Washington. 

Oakland Bank Building — N. E. corner Broadway and Twelfth. 

Odd Fellows' Hall — N. W. corner Franklin and Eleventh. 

Orion Hall— 555 E. Twelfth. 

Playter Block — Junction Fourteenth and San Pablo avenue. 

Post Office — S. W. corner Broadway and Seventeenth. 

Pythian Castle— 377 Twelfth. 

Schimmelpfennig's Hall — 764 E. Twelfth. 

Shattuck Hall— 453 Eighth. 

Tabeinacle, The — We.st side Harrison, between Eleventh and 
Twelfth. 

Vei-ein Eintracht Hall— 856| Webster. 

Washington Hall -307 E. Twelfth. 

Westphal Building — 1162 Wa.shington. 

Wilcox Block— 921 Broadway. 

Woodmen's Hall — 1100 Twenty-third avenue. 

Y. M. C. A. Building— N. E. corner Twelfth and Clay. 



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SOCIETIES 



Secret and Benevolent 

MASONIC. 



'■•(H-t- Ji)liiiM.ii, ( II ,:iiM Secretary — ( Jfticr. Mhxium; TruipU-. San 
Francisco. 

Live Oak Lclge, No. 61, F. ami A. M.— Frank N. Dalton, W.M.; 
\Vm. A. Kmor. Secretary. State'l meetings on the first Fri- 
day in each month, at the Masonic Temple. 

vaklaml Lodge, No. 188, F. k A. M.— John H. Kercheval, W. M.: 
Alva K. Clark, Secretary. Stated meetings on the first Sat- 
urday in each luoiith, at the Masonic Temple. 

l.rooklyn'Lo.lge, No. 225, F. ^ A. M.— John W. Evans. W. M.; 
Henry ]). Lathrop, Secretary. Stated meetings on the first 
Tuesday i?i each month, at Orion Hall, 555 East T\velfth. 

Alcatraz Lodge. No. 244, F. & A. M.— C. H. Redington, W. M. : J. 
C. Gohi-man, Secretary. Stated meetings fiist and third 
Monday in each month, at Masonic Hall, corner Seventh and 
Willow. 

Oakland Chapter, No. 36, R. A. M.— F. L. Krause, H. 1'.; J. W. 
.McClymonds, Secretarj-. Stated meetings on the first and 
third Wednesday in each month, at the Ma.sonic Temple. 

Oakland Council, No. 12, R. & S. M.— Wm C. Smith. T. I. M.; 
T. W McClymonds, Recorder. Stated meetings on the third 
Thursday in each month, at the Masonic Temple. 

Oakland Commandery, No. IL K. T. — W. Frank Pierce, E. C. ; 
J. F. Chandler. Recorder. Stated conclave on the first Tues- 
day in each mouth, at the Masonic Temple. 

Oak Leaf Chapter, No. 8, O. E. S. — Stated meetings second anl 
fourth Thursday evenings, at the Ma.sonic Temple. 

Lenity Chapter, No. 65-, O. E. S. — Stated meetings second and 
fourth Monday evenings, at Fraternity Hall, northeast corner 
Peralta and Seventh. 

Oakland Lo<lge of Perfection, No. 12, A. «Jc A. S. Rite — Chas. i., 
Pierce, Yen. M. ; Chas. E. Gillett, Secretary. Meets on the 
fir-st and third Mondays in each month, at Masonic Temple. 

( Tethsemane Chapter, No. 5, Rose Croix — Edwin A. Sherman, W. 
M.; Cha.s. E. Gillett, Secretary. Meets on the .second Mon- 
day in each month at the Masonic Temple 

De Molay Council, Knights Kadosh, No. 2, A. k A. Scottish Rite 
■ — Geo. Patterson, E. C. ; Chas. E. Gillett, Recorder. Meets 
on the fourth Monday in each month at the Masonic Temple, 
la.sonie Board of Relief — Fred L. Button, Sec; otfice. 9G0 Broad- 
way, room 34. State<l meetings first Weilne.sdav evening in 
each month. 

Oakland Masonic Temple As^^ociation — Incorporatt^d June 25, 
1878. Capital stock, SIOO.OOO. Northwest corner Wash- 
ington and Twelfth. F K •-:i>'-.tfn,.i- p,..v;.i..nf r V n-i- 
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AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

hailts U. Durton, Grand Secretary — Office, 4G St. Ann's IJuild- 

iny[, San Francisco, 
nion Council, No. 1G8 — Meets first and third Friday evening 

in each month, at Orion Hall, 5o5 E. Twelfth, 
'akland Council No. 192 — Meets fir.st and third Wednesday 

evening in each month, at 616 Fifteenth street. 
Unity Council No. 194 — Meets every Monday evening, at 855 

Broadway, room 10. 
enter Council No. 197 — Meets tiist and thinl Tuesday evening 

in each month, at Fidelity Hall, northeast cor. Peralta and 

<.'VAnth. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

:ohii Falconer, Permanent Secretary — Oftice 102 O'Farrell street, 
San Francisco. 

< 'ourt Advocate, No. 7378, A. O. F. — Meets every Wednesday 

evening, at Fraternal Hall, 1156i Washinoton. 
ourt Piedmont, No. 7808, A. O. F. — Meets every Tuesday even- 
ing, at California Hall, 1015 Clay st. , 

Jompanions of the Foiest — Mrs. E. R. Roy, Grand Secretary, 
San Francisco. 

Maid Marian Circle, No. 110 — Meets every Thursday evening, at 
California Hall, 1015 Clay. 

;'ride of the Forest Circle, No. 122 — Meets every Monday even- 
ing, at Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. lltli and Franklin. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS OF AMERICA. 

'. H. Bremer, Grind Sec^retary — Office, 67 Flood Building, San 

Francisco, 
ourt Shell Mound. No. 7261, A. O. P'. of A. — Meets every Thurs- 
day evening, at Klinkner Hall, Golden Gate, 
out t Harmonic, No. 7547, A. O. F. of A. (German) — Meets 
every Wednesday evening, at Verein Eintracht Hall. 
' oui't U. S. of America, No. 7741, A. O. F. of A. — Meets every 
Tuesday evenino- at Native Sons' Hall, 918 Washinoton. 
ourt Golden Link, No. 7756, A. O. F. of A — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, at G. A. R. Hall, 419 Thirteenth st. 
'_ ourt Adeline, No. 7758, A. O. F. of A. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening, at California Hall, 1015 Clay st. 
Court Lorin, No. 7763, A. O. F. of A. — Meets every Wednesday 

evening, at Loiin Hall, Loi'in. 
' "ourt Brooklyn, No. 8038, A. O. F. of A. — Meets every Wednes- 
day evening, at Washington Hall, 307 E. Twelfth st. 
' "ompanious of the Forest — C. H. Bremer, Grand SerrcfM'- for 
California; office, 67 Flood Buil-dng, San Francisc. 

< Jaklaml Circle, No. 3, Companions of the Forest — Mt-ets seconu 

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® i f"'' ^'^"'■'^'' Monday evenings, in Ivlinknei's Hall, Golden 

'^ n Gate. 

1 I ANCIENT ORDER OP HIBERNIANS 

I I Union Lodge, No^l68-Meets every Friday evening, at Orion 

o « , Hall, 000 E. Twelfth. 
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j I ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. 

7 g ^- ^^^Hiishberg. Grand Kecorder— Utiice, (jo and i}6 Flood 

^ ® Building, San Franci.sco. 

QC I Cal.fo.nia Lodge, No. 1. A. O. U. W.-A. W. S. Smith. Recorder 

^ - Meets every Tuesday evening, at Fraternity Hall, northeast 

g a corner Seventh and Peralta 

g I Oakland Lodge, No. 2. A. O. U. W.-S. H. Mitchell. Recrder 

Q 3 ;Meets every Friday evening, at Fraternal Hall, 115(H Wash- 

fe I ington. 

^ s Brooklyn Lodfire No 3 A () T" \V Cr^ ri „ d ^ 

H^ a ' '-'»'"• „, / ' , ^- — ^'-O- Chase, Recorder. 

^ I ;^leets ev.-ry Wednesday evening, at Orion Hall, 555 E 

^ * Iwelfth. 

QO ' Accidental Lodge. No G, A. O. U. W.-A. M. Ba.ivtr, Recorder. 

j^ .Meets eyery Friday evening, at Fraternity Hal!, northeast 

22 corner i^eventh and Peralta 

Pacific Lodge, No. 7, A. O. U. W.-C. P. Criswold. Recorder 

^ Meets every Thursday evening, at Fraternal Hall UoiV 

^^^^ \\ ashington. 

j^ Temple Lodge, No. 11, A. O. U. W.-R. B. Nixon, Recorder 

S5 , , , i^'^'^ts every Monday evening at North Teme.^cal. 

^^^ Oak Leaf Lodge, No. 35, A. O. U. W.-.M. S. Baker. Recorder 

— ^ Meets every Monday evening, at Fraternal Hall lloG' 

E^^^ \\ a.^shington. 

^^ Keyst(me Lodge, No. 64. A. O. U. W.-Geo.ge S. Johns,.n Re- 

r-^ iT'-;m \.' f^^' '''■'"'^'' Tuesday evening, at Fraternal Hall 

^ ' z. llohA U ashington. 

^ Bay District Lodge, No. 22C, A. O. U. W.-Levi Carr, Recorder 
Meets every ] uesday evening, at Klinkner Hall. Golden Gate 

^^ Central Lodge. No. 251, A. O. U. W.-Charles Giln.an. Recorder' 

" _ Meets every Monday evening, at Montana Hall, J KJOj 

^^^^4 Seventh. "* 

— ^ Ivy LoJge, Deg.ee of Honor— Meets every Wednesday evenina 

^^ ■ at Covenant Hall, southeast corner Thirteenth and Clay. °' | 

^ BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS ' 

r^ ^'^^^Jj"'' .^^^\S^, No. 171-Meets every Thu.-sday evening, at 

2^ Pythian Castle. 377 Twelfth. 

^i COLORED MASONS. 

i^ Holland Lodge— Meets first and third Thursday evenin.r in each 

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EQUITABLE AID UNION. 

Oakland Union, No. 624 — Meets every Saturday evening at Fra- 
teinity Hall, northeast corner Peralta and Seventh. 

GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

Department Head Quarters — Rooms 18 and 19 St. Ann's Build- 
ing, San Francisco. 

Lyon Post, No. 8, G. A. R. — Meets every Tuesday evening, at 
Grand Army Hall, 419 Thirteenth. 

Appomattox Post, No. 50, G. A. R. — Meets every Thursday even- 
ing, at Grand Army Hall, 419 Thirteenth. 

Appomattox Relief Corps, No. 5, W. R. C. — Meets every Thurs- 
day, at 2 P. M., at Grand Army Hall, 419 Thirteenth. 

Lyon Relief Corps, No. 6, W. R. C. — Meets every Wednesday 
at 2 P. M., at Grand Army Hall, 419 Thirteenth. 

LADIES OF THE G. A. R 

John A. Logan Circle, No. 5, Ladies of the G. A. R. — Meets every 
Monday, at 2 P. M., at Grand Army Hall, 419 Thirteenth. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Josej>h W. Maher, Great Chief of Records— Office, 320 Post st., 

San Francisco. 
Tecum.seh Tribe, No. 62 — Meets every Tuesday evening, at Ger- 

mariia Hall, 836 Webster. 
Gray Eagle Tribe, No. 65 — Meets every Thursday evening, at 

Calil'oinia Hall, 1015 Clay. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER B'NAI B'RITH. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 252 — C. Bernstein, Secretary. Meets every 
Tuesday evening, at Covenant Hall, southeast corner Thir- 
teenth and Clay. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER FORESTERS. 

Coui-t California, No. 202, I. O. P.— Meets first and third Thurs- 
day evenings in each month, at Fidelity Hall, Northeast 
corner Peralta and Seventh. 

L O. O. F. 

W. B. Lyon, Grand Secretary — Office, Odd Fellows' Building, 
S n Francisco. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 118, 1. O. O. F.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening, at I. O. O. F. Hall, cor. Franklin and Eleventh. 

University Lodge, No. 144, I. O. O. F. — Meets every Thursday 
evening, at I. 0.0. F. Hall, cor. Franklin and Eleventh. 

Oiion Lodge, No. 189, I. O O. F. — Meets every Saturday even- 
ing, at Orion Hall, 555 E. Twelfth. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 198, I. O. O. F. — Meets every Monday 
evening, at I. O. O. F Hall, cor. Franklin and Eleventh. 



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Havbor L(>'l<;p, No. 253. I. O. O. F. — Meets every WednestlaN- 

evenincT. ar Fraternity Hail, nortlieast coimi Peralta anil 

Seventh. 
Eveninjr Star Linio,., No. -260, I. O. O. F. — Me.-i^ '-^eiv Wedne^- 

<lav eveninff, at Schinmielpfenniof's Hall, TU-i E. Twelfth. 
Portei- Lod^e, No. 27:^, I. O. O. F.— Meets Wednesday, at Fi;i- 

ternal Plall, 1150^ Washinj^ton. 
Enterprise Lodge, No. 298, I. O. O. F. — Meets every Thursday 

evening, at 855 Twenty-eighth. 
Vorwaerts Lodge, No. 313, I. O. O. F. — Meets every Wednesday 

evening, at Gennania Hall. 
Golden Rule Encamptnent, No. 34, L O. O. F. — Meets first ani 

third Friday evening, at L O. O. F. liall, coi-. Franklin ani; 

Eleventh. 
Oakland Encampment, No. 64, L O. O. F.— Meets second ani 

fourth Friilav evening in each month, at Orion Hall, 555 Ea-t 

Twelfth. 
Brooklyn Rebekah Lodge, No. 12, L O. O. F. — Meets every Mon- 
day evening, at Orion Hall, 555 East Twelfth. 
Oakland Rebekah Lodge. No. IG. I. O. O. F. — Meets every Satur 

day evening, at I. O. O. F. Hall. 
Teutonia Rebekah Lodge, No. 105, L O. O. F. — Meets every 

Fridav evening, at Germania Hall 
Sunset Roi^ekah Lo.lge, No. 100, L O. O. F.— Meets every Friday 

evenino;, at Bartlett Hall, northeast cor. Seventh and Pine 
Concordia Rebekah Loige, No. 152, L O. O. F. — meets every Sat- 

urdav eveninof, at Gennania Hall. 
Rebekah Lodge, No. 167. L O. O. F.— Meet^ —■- • ti,mv<,i. 

evening, at Montana Hall, 1160^ Seventli 

KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 
Oaklaml Lodge, No. 935-^Meets second and fourth Tuesday 

evenings, at Fidelity Hall, northeast corner Peralta an 

Seventh. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 
C. H. M. Curry, Grand Reporter — Office. 47 St. Ann's Buildini;. 

San Francisco. 
Ivanhoe Lodge, No. 1889 — Meets second and fovn-th Thursday- 

at Fidelity Hall, northeast comer Peralta and .Seventh. 
Clinton Lodge, No. 2019 — Meets second and fomth Monday, at 

Washington Hall. 307 E. Twelfth. 
Golden State Lodge, No. 2058— Meets at I. 0. O. F. Hall, second 

and fourth Tue.sdays. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 
Herman Schatfher, Grand Keeper of Records and Seals — Office. 

16 and 17 St. Ann's Building, San Francisco. 
Liberty Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. — Meets every Thursday evening. 

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Live Oak Loilge, No. 17, K. of P. — Meets every Wednesday 

evenino-, at Pythian Castle, 377 Twelfth. 
Biooklyu Lodge, No. 32. K. of P. — Meets every Thursday even- 
ing, at Orion Hall, 555 E. Twelfth. 
Oakland Lodge, No. 103, K. of. P. — Meets t very Friday evening, 

at Pythian Castle, 377 Twelfth. 
West Oakland Lodge, No. 141. K. of V. — Meets every Tuesday 

evening, at hall, northeast corner Seventh and Willow. i 

^':--ing Star Lodge, No. 152. K. of P. — Meets every Wednesday I 

evening, at Klinkner's Hall, Golden Gate. 
Piedmont Lodge, No. 172, K. of P. — Meets every Monday even- j 

ing. at Frateinal Hall (small hall), 1156| Washington. 
Amazon Lodge, No 181, K. of P. — Meets ever}'' Monday evening, I 

at Castle Hall, 1212 Twenty-third ave. j 

nrt}' Division, No. 11, Uniform Rank K. of P. — Meets at i 

Pythiim Castln, 377 Twelfth. | 

anthe Temple, No. (i, Pythian Sisters — Meets every Tuesday , 

evening, at Pythian Castle, 377 Twelfth. 
Pythian Hall Association — Geo. Samuels, Secretary. Meets third i 

Thursday of each month, at Pythian Castle, 377 Twelfth. j 

NATIVE DAUGHTERS OF THE GOLDEN WEST. i 

Mr.s. Geoi'gie Cotter, Grand Secretary — Office 508 California i 
street, San Francisco. 

' Monarch Parlor, No. 57 — Meets every Friday evening, at Califor- i 

nia Hall, 1015 Clay. " I 

NATIVE SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST. 

iifurv Lunstedt, Grand Secretary — Office Pioneer Building, San j 
Francisco. I 

' Oakland Pailor, No. 50 — Meets every Wednesday evening, at 
California Hall, 1015 C]a.y. " i 

Imont Parlor, No. 120 — Meets every Thursday evening, at 

Native Sons' Hall, 918 Wa.shington. 
)oklvn Parlor, No. 151 — Meets every Wednesday evening, at 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, 764 E. Twelfth. i 

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rvnuie E. Evans, Grand Recorder — Office, 48 and 49 St. Ann's ; 
Building, San Francisco. ! 

Oakland Council, No. 20 — Meets first and third Wednesday ; 
evening in each month, at Masonic Hall, northeast fonicr 
Seventh and Willow. 
Uiuty Council, No. 179 — Meets second and fourth Thur^ua} 
evening in each mouth, at Dania Hall. 
I Harbor View Council, No. 188 — Meets first and third Monday 
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B 1 ORDER OF HERMANNS SONS. 

^ w- I California Lodge. No. 2 — Meets evei'v Thursday evening, at Ger- 

*! ^ mania Hall. 

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^ 3 i ORDER OF SCOTTISH CLANS. 

S a, I Clan Macdonald, No. 79 — Meets every Fridav eveninor, at Fra- 
2 "S ternal Hall, lloGi Washington. 

^ « ! PATRIOTIC ORDER SONS OF AMERICA. 

S) «S I Washington Camp, No. 6 — Meets at 1055 Broadway, room 4. 

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"^ § ' Col. E. D. Baker Camp, No. 5 — Meets every Tuesday evenings, 

"E — at 1055 Broadway. 

■8 ^ ' Co. A, first Regiment Sons of Veterans Guard of California — 

"S " Cnarles A. Taber. Oakland, Captain; Fred F. Connor, Berk- 

£ « ! elev, Fii'st Lieutenant; Frank C. Shipley, (Jakland, Second 

s: « Lieutenant. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays for drill, 
1055 Broadway. 

SONS OF ST. GEORGE. 
Albion Lodge, No. 206 — Meets every We<inesday evening, at 
Grand Army Hall. 

ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY, OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

Meets every Thursdy evenings, at 8 p. m., at St. Andrew's Rooms, 
1055 Broadway. Wui. Strathearn, Agent. 130-i Telegraph 
avenue. 

^ UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. 

^ § : Oakland Grove, No. 24, U. A. O. D.— Meets every Monday 

§ "3 evening, at Germania Hall, 

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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 
^— ^ Oakland Camp, No. 94 — Meets every Friday evening, at Native 

^^ Sons" Hall, 918 Washington. 

Alpha Camp, No. 101 — Meets every Tuesday evening, at Wood- 
ci^ men's Hall, 1100 Twenty-third" ave. 

Forest Camp, No. 102 — Meets every Thursday evening, hall 
^"J northeast corner Seventh and Willow. 

«a3 YOUNG LADIES' INSTITUTE. 

tC^ I Miss Josie T. MoUoy. Grand Secretary — Office 72 Murphy Build- 

{^H i ing, San Francisco. 

Young Ladies' Institute, No. 15 — Meets every Thursday evening, 

at Fraternal Hall (small hall). 1156^ Washington. 
Young Ladies' Institute, No. 24 — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing, at 1130 Fifteenth ave. 
Young Ladies' Institute, No. 39 — Meets first and third Monday 
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YOUNG MEN'S INSTITUTE. 
Geo. A. Stanley, Grand Secretary — Office 27 and 28 Flood 

Building, San Francisco. 
Oakland Council, No. 6, Young Men's Institute — Meets first and 

third Thursday evening in each month, at St. Mary's Hall, 

corner Seventh and Grove. 
American Council, No. 8, Young Men's Institute — Meets first and 

third Monday evening in each montl', at Fraternity Hall, 

northeast cornei Peralta and Seventh. 
Fraternity Council, No. 31, Young Men's Institute — Meets every 

Thursday evening, at 1180 Fifteenth ave. 
Liberty Council, No. 108, Y'oung Men's Institute — Meets last 

Monday evening in each month, at Golden West Hall, 2121 

Peralta. 
Carmel Council, No. 127, Young Men's Institute — Meets every 

Tuesday evening, at Fraternal Hall, 1156^ Washington. 



CLUBS. 

Acme Athletic Club — 305 Fourteenth street. President, J. J. 
Hanifin, Jr.; Vice President, J. W. Finigan; Secretary, C. 
H. Lutkey; Treasurer, J. H. Grindley. Directors — G. F. 
Neece, L. G. Wolfe, B. C. Lund, Dr. M. L. Johnson, M. L. 
Schlueter, F. W. Sharpe. Leader, E. S. Dowdle. 

Athenian Club — 478 Fourteenth. Organized April 14, 1888. 
President, W. W. Foote; Vice Pre.sident, John Ellsworth; 
Secretary and Treasurer, R. W. Miller. Directors — F. W. 
Henshaw, Edward H. Hamilton, H. B. Houghton. Election 
Committee — J. R. Glascock, F. E. Brigham, A. L. Stone, C. 
L. Dam, T. T. Dargie, F. G. Drum, C. W. Kellogg, C. W. 
Gould, J. G. Edwards. 

Attick Club — 472 Thirteenth st. President, C. T. Rogers; Sec- 
retary, W. E. Watson. 

Berkeley Club — J. B. McChesney, Secretary. Meets every al- 
ternate Thursday evening, at Hamilton Hall, southeast cor. 
Thirte nth and Jefferson. 

Cadet Glee Club — 1157 Franklin st. President, Ray Gilson. 

Columbia Rowing Club — Club House foot Sixth Avenue. 

Crescent Boat Club — Club House foot Sixth ave. Clarence 
Fouts, Captain. 

Deutcher Klub — 461 1 Twelfth st. President, Dr. F. Kuckein; 
Secretary, G. Folte; Treasurer, J. Martens. 

Oakland Baseball Club — T. P. Robinson, Manager. 

Oakland Canok Club — Club House foot Sixth ave. R. A. 
Jack.son, Secretary. 

Oakland Tennis Club — Northeast corner Fifth avenue and 
East Fourteenth street. President, John R. Glascock; Vice 
President, C. A. Culver; Secretary, C. M, Comstock. 



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Reliance Athletic Club — R. M. Fitzgeral.l, President; Cui i 
H. Abbott, Secretary. Meets second floor Masonic Temple, 
and after March 1, 1803, at their new buildinr>\ northwest 
corner San Pablo ave. anil Clav. 



CHARITABLE SOCIETIES. 

Associated Charities of the City of Oakland — (See page 27.)- 
Catholic Ladies' Aid Society — Mrs. Paul Lohse, President; 

Miss Mary Lambert, Secretary. Meets every Tuesday, at 

California Hall, 1015 Clay. 
Daughters of Israel — Mrs. Jacob Greenhood, President. 
German Ladies' Aid^Society — Mrs. John Martens, President. 
Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland — Mrs. E. C. Williams, 

President; Mrs. N. P. Perine, Fn-st Vice President; Mrs. 

Geo. P. Morrow, Recording Secretary; Miss Jessie Campbell, 

Corresponding Secretar}'; Miss A. E. Miner, Treasurer. 
Oakland Benevolent Society — Charles D. Pierce, President; 

Col. Wm. H. O'Brien, Sccretarv. Office, 418 Tenth. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES 

Alameda County Eclectic Medical Society — Meets second and 
fourth Friday evening in each month, at 1065 Washington. 

Alameda County Medical As.sociation — W. J.Wilcox, M. D., Pres- 
ident; L. S. Burchard, M. D., Secretary; Roberdean Harmon, 
M. D., Treasurer. 11.55 Broadway. 

Alameda County Wheelmen — Club Rooms, 1804 Telegraph ave. 

Alameda Count}' World's Fair Association — F. H. Meyers, Pres- 
ident; Thomas W. Jeffress, Secretary; Mrs. Alice Alden, 
Assistant Secretary. Office, 420 Eighth. 

British-American Association — Dr. E. M. Paterson, President; J. 
B. Mackie, Secretary. Meets on call of president. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers — Leland Stanford Division, 
No. 283. Meets Friday evenings, at Fidelity Hall, northeast 
corner Peralta and Seventh. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, E. C. Fellows Lodge, No. 
143 — Meets every Tuesday evening, at Dania Hall. 

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Western Shore Lodge, No. 
71 — Meets Monday evenings, at Bartlett Hall, northeast 
corner Seventh and Pine. 

Builders' Exchange — P. A. Cameron, President; H. E. Jones, Sec- 
retary. 470 Tenth. 

Christian Scientists — J. H. Fluuo, Leader. Meet eveiy Sunday, 
at 11 A. M., at Hamilton Hall. 

Christopher Columbus Guard — Meets first and thiid Saturday 
evening in each month, at 416 Eighth. Joseph Folcia, Sec. 

Citizens' Municipal League — Cary Howard, Secretary; M. R. 
Lyle, Assistant Secretary. 1003i Broadway, room 15. 



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Danish Society, Dania of California — Meets every Wednesday 

evening, at Dania Hall. 
Ebell Society — Miss 8. P Sherman, Secretary, 1258 Webster. 

Meets at 1570 Telegraph ave. 
Germania Hail Association — Phillips Conradi, Presirient; Albert 

Kayser, Secretary; F. Seniani, Treasurer. Mi^et-fir-t Tnr-- 

day each month. 832 Webster. 
Golden Gate Fair A.ssociation — W. M. Kent, President . .J. ^. u, 

mond, Secretary- . Office, 300 Market st., San Francisco. 
I. O. Good Samaritans, Friendship Degree Lodge, No. 2 — Meets 

secoml and fourth Thuisday evening, at Shattuck Hall, 453 

Eighth. 
Journeymen Butchers' Protective Benevolent As.sociation, Oakland 

Branch, No. 2 — Meets ev^.-ry We>Jnesday evening, at 018 

Washington. 
National A.s.sociation of Stationary Enghieers, Golden Gate Lodge, 

No. 3 — Meets first and thir-i Saturday evenings, at Fidelity 

Hall, northeast corner Peralta and Seventh. 
Oakland Bar Association — J. H. Smith, President; George E. De 

Golia, Secretary ; Geurge D. Metcalf, Treasurer. Secretary'^ 

office, 957 Broadway, loom 8. 
Oakland Ethical Society — For the study of human conduct, with o ^ 

a view to its improvement by scientific methods. Meets *=*- ^ 

every Sunday 3 P. M., at Dania Hall. ^ <=^ 

Oakland Japanese Young Men's Society — 37 Sixth. , «^ <^ 

Oakland Literary Aid Society — Meets second and fourth Monday i S- '^'- 

evening in each month, at Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth. ' ^ OS 

Oakland Tiirn Verein— H. Muhr, President ; H. Pflug, Vice Pres- « g. 

ident; H. Feldmann, Secretary; Theo. Gier, Trea.surei. Meets £2. o. 

fiist Wednesday" m each month, at Germania Hall, 832 

Webster. 
Oakland Turn Verein Sisters — Mrs. F. Sonderleiter, President; 

Miss L. Strammer, Secretary. Meet last Wednesday of each 

month, at Germania Hall. 
Pacific .Sabbatarian Association — Wm. Saunder.s, President; E. 

A. Chapman, Secretary. Office P. P. Pub. Co., south we.st 

corner Twelfth and Castro. 
Retail Clerks' Association — Meets ever}' Monda}' evening, at 

Native Sons' Hall, 918 Washington. 
St. Patrick's Alliance, No. 5 — Meets second and fourth Friday 

evenings, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Starr King Fraternity of Oakland — A society for .self-culture, cb" 

philanthrophy, and usefulne:ss to the general community. c«_ 

Reading room and library in First Unitarian Church. Pres- ^ 
ident, John P. Irish; First Vice President, Chas. J. Wood- ^ E32 
bury; Second Vice President, B. C. Cuvellier; Treasurer, S. S* ^ 
P. Channell; Secretary, Mrs. A. G. Freeman, 1137'Linden S ^^ 

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Rev. C. W. Wendte, Mrs. K. B. Fisher, Edw. Von Adelung, 

Jr., Mrs. N. W. Palmer. 
Swedish Fria — Meets ever}' Wednesday evening, at Shattuck 

Hall, 4.53 Eicrhth. 
Switchman's Mutual Aid Association of North America — Golden 

Gate Lodge, No. 56. Meets first and last Sunday evenings, 

at Fraternit}' Hall, northeast corner Peralta and 7th. 
Temescal Grange — Meets first and third Saturday evenings, at 

Odd Fellows' Hall, cor. Eleventh and Franklin. 
Verein Eintracht — Meets every Tuesday evening, at Verein Ein- 

tracht Hall, 856i Webster. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES 

Fountain Lodge, No. 193, I. O. G. T. — Meets every Monday 
evening, at Covenant Hall, southeast cor. Thirteenth and 
Clay. 

1. O. G. Templar.'^ — Mrs. M. E. Richardson, Superintendent Ju- 
venile Work. 577 Jones. 

Swedish Temperance Society — Meets every Saturday evening, 
at Liberty Hall, 865 Broadway. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union — Headquarters, 962 Clay. 
Mr.^:^. H. E. McMath, Superintendent. Regular meetings are 
held second and fourth Monday in each month, at 2 p. m. 
Mrs. Ada Van Pelt, President; Mrs. M. S. Bartlett, Secretary. 

Young Women's Christian Temperance Union — 865 Broadway. 
Mrs. Clare E. Southard, Local Superintendent; M ss Leila 
Darrow, Secretary; Miss Kate McDaniel. Treasurer. 



TRADES UNIONS. 

Federated Trades of Alameda County — Meets every Thursday 

evening, at 453 Eighth. 
Bricklayers' Union — Oakland Branch, No. I. Meets first and 

third Wednesday evenings each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 

Eleventh and I'ranklin. 
Brotherhood of Pointers and Decorators of America — Union No. 

131, of Oakland. Meets every Frida}- evening, at Native 

Sons' Hall. 
Carpenters' Union, No. 36 — Meets every Monday evening, at 8 

o'clock, at California Hall, 1015 Clay. 
Cigar Maker.s' International Union of America, No. 253 — Meets 

every Tuesday eveninor, at hall 918 Washington. 
Journeymen Bakeis' and Confectioners' Union, No. 145 — Meets 

first Wednesday P. M., and third Saturday evening in each 

month, at 453 Eighth. 
Laborers' Protective Union — Meets fir.««t Wednesday evening of 

each month, at hall 471 Tenth. 



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Lumbermen's and Longshoremen's Protective Union, No. 1 — 
Meets every Tuesday evening, at 709 Broadway. 

Machine Millmen's Union, No. 6 — Meets every Wednesday 
evening, at hall 918 Washington. 

Musicians' Union, of Alameda County, No. 33 — Meets first Sun- 
day evening each month, at hall 700 Broadway. 

Teamsters' Protective Union — Meets every Wednesday evening, 
corner First and Webster. 

Paper Hangers' Union — Meets first and third Tuesday evenings, 
hall 453 Eighth. 

Plasterers' Union — Meets every Thursday evening, Odd Fellows' 
Hall, cor. Eleventh and Franklin. 

United Association of Plumbers, Union No. 53 — Meets second 
and fourth Wednesday evening, at 453 Eighth. 



OFFICIAL (Supplement), 



At the election held Nov. 8, 1892, the following officers were 
elected • — 

Senator, Twenty-seventh District — Guy C. Earl. 
Member Assembly, Forty-sixth District — H. J. O'Niel. 

" " Forty-seventh District — A. Bretz. 

" " FoRTY-EiGHTa DISTRICT — J. J. NcElroy. 

" " Forty-ninth District — H B. M. Miller. 

" Fiftieth District — G. I. Taggart. 

" " Fifty-first District — C. G. Dodge. 

COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Sheriff — Robert McKillican. 
County Clerk — Jas. E. Crane. 
Tax Collector— Alex. J. Rosboiough. 
County Treasurer — Geo. Chase. 
District Attorney — Chas. E. Snook. 
County Recorder — Rod. W. Church. 
County Auditor — Myron A. Whidden. 
Public Administrator — James Stanley. 
County Coroner— Henry Evers. 
County Surveyor— Geo. L. Nusbaumer. 
Supervisor, First District — H. Bailey. 

" Fourth District — J. C. Plunkett. 
Fifth District — W. S. Pelouze. 



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^ I I JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

•^ J Oakland Township — Frederick C. Clift. 
^ * I Murray " W. Brophy, J. H. Taylor. 

rf ^o ! Alameda " E. P. Peckham, G A Swase}-. 

r^ 5 ° I Brooklyn " H. A. Melvin. 

Jq Eden " Jos. Pimental, Jas. E. Ouinn. 

,^0: Washington '* E. A. Richmond, S. Sandholdt. 

^ I city justices. 

0)1^ Oakland— Frank B. Ogden, J. J. Allen. 
Uj ^ ® town justices. 

§ I !§ Berkeley— L. H. Long, S. A. Pen well. 
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IJ. Alameda Township — C. M. Day, H. Morris. 

! Oakland " W. J. Keating, J. M. Page. 

^^ 1 Brooklyn " Benj. James, E. L. Lawrence. 

\J Murray " G. S. Fitzgerald, L. M. L^-ster. 

t* Eden " G. A. Gillett. G. F. Oberrauller. 

Washington " G. A. Trefrv, Geo. Wales. 



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STREET GUIDE. 



Giving^ Official Name and Numbering of Streets. Avenuea, 
Lanes, etc., in the City of Oakland. 

The Numbering Is Furnished for This Work by Mr. Gerald 
L. Abell, City Numberer. 



A, East Oakland, off Clark 
E of Hi^h. 

Jfot Numbered. 
A, fra Peralta nr Thirty- 
second W to the Bay (Watts 
Tract ;. 
North. Street. South. 

800 Holden 301 

350 Horton 851 

400 Hubbard 401 

450 Halleck 451 

600 Beach 501 

650 Gladding 651 

600 Surrhjne 601 

Abel. (See East Twenty 

fourth.) 
Adams, E of Vernon f m Bay 

PI .VK. 
Adam.s. (See East Four- 
teeuth.) 

Not Numbered. 

Adeline, East Oakland, E 

of Trt'fiit.v-fourth av fm East 

Fourteenth N to Twenty- 

MCond. 

Nut Numbered. 
East Fourteenth. 
Monroe. 
Quincey. 
Twentieth. 
Twenty-first. 
Twent.v-second. 
Adeline, bet Che>tnut and 
MagrnoUa fm First N crossing 
San Pablo av at Thirty- 
eighth continuing N to Ade- 
line av. 
East. Street West. 

aoo First 601 

700 Third 701 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1800 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eigbteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twenty-first 1601 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty -sixth. 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

lOOO Thirtieth 2001 

JlOO Thirty second 2101 

IKO Thirty-fourth. 8201 

Thirty-sixth. 
San Pablo ar. 
Thirty-eighth. 
Summer . 
Bpri»K 



Fortieth. 
Forty-first. 
Forty -second. 
Forty-third. 
Forty-tourth. 
Forty -fifth. 
Forty-sixth. 
Auburn av. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 

Sutter. ' 

Menlo. 
Stanley. 
Mariposa. 
Benton. 
McKee. 
Adeline ar. 
Alameda. (See Second av.) 
Alameda. (See Twenty- 
first av.) 
AII»iOii. (See Twenty-eighth 

fm Telegraph av to Grove.) 
Alcatraz Av, fm College 
av W to the Bav. 

Not Numbered. 
College av. 
Moulton . 
Colby. 

Telegraph ar. 
Shattuck av. 
Grove. 
Adeline av. 
King. 
Calais. 

Third av, North Oakland 
Baker. 
Idaho. 
Herzog . 
San Pablo aT. 
Bay. 
Alden. (See Twenty-ninth 
fm San Pablo av E to Grove.) 
Alice, bet Jackson and Har- 
rison fm S Water Front N to 
Lake Merritt. 
East. Street. West. 

550 S Water Front 551 

600 First 601 

650 Second. 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth ....751 

800 Fifth «.... 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

■900 Eighth... 901 

950 Ninth.... 961 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1061 

lUO Twelfth ...UOl 



1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

Lake Merritt. 
Alpine, S of Tehama fm 
Shattuck avto Telegraph av. 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck. 
Dover. 
Amethyst, bet Weston ar 
and Booth fra Broadway H. 
Not Numbered. 
Andover, E of Elm fm 
Plymouth N to Edwards. 
Antonio. (See Nineteenth 

av.) 
Apgar, bet Thirty-eighth 
and Thirty-ninth fm Tele- 
graph av W. 

Ncit Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Arroyo. (See Fifteenth ar.) 
Athol Av, K of Lake Her- 

ritt, Peralta Heights. 
Atlantic, bet Pacific and 
William fm Ws of Peralta to 
Bay. 
North. Street. South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1860 Cedar 1861 

Bay. 
Anbnrn, N of Walker ar 
fm Adeline nr Forty-eixth 
W to Oakiand Trotting Park. 
Not Numbered, 
Adeline. 
San Pablo ar. 
Emery. 
^Vatts. 

Trotting Park. 
Ayala Av, W of Claremoat 
av fm Sutter. 

Not Numbered. 
Sutter. 
Miranda. 
B, East Oakland, off Clark ■ 
of A. 

Not Numbered. 
B, Junction et Peralta and 
Thirty-fourth W to the Bar. 
North. Street. South. 

160 Peralta. 161 

200 Haven 801 

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3()(l Holileii »il 

350 Ho, loll. a:.) 

400 Hubbard 401 

450 Hallecit 461 

600 Beach 601 

650 Gladdintr 651 

600 Surrvhiie 6J1 

Baker. temescal.W of Third 
av tm AKatraz av S. 
Not Numbered. 
Felton. 

T.Hld. 

McKee. 

Qoldcn Gate av. 
Bassett, fm San Leaiidro 
Road E uf Fruit Vale av S. 
Not Numbered. 
Sail Leandro Road. 
Washington. 
Putnam. 
Warren. 
Bay Place, N of Twenty- 
fifth ftn Telegraph av W to 
city line. 
North. Street. South. 

600 Telegraph av 601 

460 B oadway 451 

Bay, E of Cedar fm Atlantic 

N to Verba Bueua av. 
East. Street West. 

760 Atlantic 751 

800 William 801 

850 Seventh. 851 

876 Qoss 876 

Short 

000 Division 901 

Chase 

Taylor 

1000 Seward 1001 

) 1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteen th 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty -second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

noe B 2001 

Verba Buena av. 
Bay, E of La<e Merritt fm 
Brooklyn NE. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
Prospect. 
Beach, bet Halleck and Glad- 
ding fm Twenty-eighth bet 
Campbell and Willow N to 
Bay av. 
Bast. Street. Wegt. 

2 Twenty- eighth 1 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Verba Buena av, 
Beckwith, bet Liberty and 
Diamond fra Tetnescal N. 
Not Numbereil. 
Temescal. 
Biroh. 
Bellevne, E s Fruit Vale av 
N of Old County Road E to 
Peralta av. 

Not Numbered. 
Benton, East Oakland. (See 

Seventli av ) 
Benton, !^ of Mariposa tm 
Shattuck av W to Adeline. 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
MoCalL 
Dorar. 



Oriive 
(.■CM' a. 
Adeline. 
Bculah Park, E ■ of Thir- 
tueiith av and junction with 
County Road N of Kast 
Tnirtieth. 
Birch. N of Temescal fm N 
Broadway K toTelejrraph av. 
Not .Numbered. 
Broadway. 
Diamond. 
Becker. 
Liberty. 
Second. 
Cherry. 
.Maple. 
Blair A.V, fm Piedmont av 
NE to Vernal av. 

Not Numbered. 
Piedmont av. 
Valle ito av. 
-M'lntecito av. 
Hillside av. 
Booth, .V of Jto-s av fra Web- 
ster av W to New Broadway. 
Not Numbered. 
Bntler Av, bet Golden 
Gate av and Kliiikner av fm 
San Pablo av E 3 blocks. 
Not -Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Butler, N of Ternon cross- 
ing Broadway. 

Not Numbered. 
Rranilon, fm San Leandro 
Koad E of Bast-ett S. 
Not Numbered. 
San Leandro Road. 
Washington. 
Putnam. 
Warren. 
Church. 
Lane. 
Bray Av, E of Fruit Vale av 
fm San Leandro Road N to 
Old County Road. 

Not .Numbered. 

Bridcc. (Sue First av.) 

Broadway, bet Wasliing- 

ton and Franklin fm S 

Water Front N to city limits. 

East. Street. West. 

550 Water Front 651 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Thir.i 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

828 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 8.')1 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1161 

1200 i Fourteenth June i,„(,, 
*^"" \ San Pablo av. ("^"^ 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1360 Sevent-enth 1851 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1601 

1550 Twcntv-flrst 1551 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1650 Twenty-third 1651 

1700 Twenty-fouith . ...1701 

1760 Twenty -fifth 1761 

lano i Twenty-sixth... ) .goi 
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19.j(l Pro-jiKil. 1951 

2000 Orel laid. 2001 

I'loo Hawthorne. 2101 

Junction Webster a\. 
X4'\v Broadway, continu- 
ation of Broadway abov* 
city line. 

Not Numbered. 
Moss av. 
Weston av. 
Amethyst. 
Booth. 
Frederick. 
Mather. 
McAdam. 
Butler. 
Clifton. 

Fourth, Temescal, 
Hudson. 

Tliird. TemescaL 
Forest. 

Second, Temescal. 
First, Temescal. 
Norris. 
Floria. 
Sharon. 
Alcatraz av. 
Broadway, East Oakland. 

(See Seventeenth av.) 
BrockhurNt, N of Thirty. 
second fm Grove W to San 
Pablo av. 
Nortli. Street. South. 

650 Grove 651 

sou West BOl 

900 Market »01 

Brook, E of New Broadway 
S of junction of Webster av 
au'l Hawthorne continuing 
S to Orchard. 
Brook ly n, fm Lake Merritt 
N ot East Twenty-fourth & 
to Fourth av. 
Lake. 
Bay. 
CapitoL 
Stone. 
Howard. 
Watson. 
( Junction Clinton ) 
I and Fourth avs. ( 
Brown, or Thirty- 
fourth, bet Tiiirty-second 
and Walton tm Telegraph av 
W to San Pablo av. 
North. Street. South. 

50O Telegraph av 601 

eOO Grove 601 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

KruHh, bet West and Castro 
fill First N to San Pablo av 
and Twenty-second. 
East. Street. West 

600 First flOl 

650 Second.... 651 

700 Third 701 

7.'i0 Fourth. 761 

SOO Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 828 

850 Seventh 861 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 961 

1000 Tenth... 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1061 

1100 IVelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth 1161 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1260 Fifteenth 1261 

1300 Slztoealk U01 



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360 S«veDteenth 1351 

i400 Eighteenth 1401 

U60 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1628 Tvventy-tirst 1525 

1560 Lvdia 1551 

laOO Twenty-second ...1601 

San Pablo av. 
V, East Oakland, off Clarke E 

of B. Net Numbered. 
Calais^, junction of Forty- 
fifth and Market N. 
Not Numbered. 
Fort\ -sixth . 
Forty-seventh. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
AdelinOk 
-MfKee. 
Todd. 
Felton 
Alcatraz av. 
Caledonia Av, bet Albion 
and Thirtieth fm Telegraph 
av W to Grove. 

600 TeleyTaph 501 

Campbell. (See Thir- 
tieth fm Telegraph ay W to 
San Pablo av.) 
Campbell, W of Peralta 
f m Third N to Twentveighth 
East. Street. ' West. 

700 Thi'd and Peralta. 701 

Pacific 

750 Atlantic ... 751 

800 Wdliam 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Kigrhthand Chase.. 901 

Taylor 

1000 Seward 1001 

1060 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth ISOl 

1400 Eiijhteenth. 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

IrfOO Twentv-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fimrth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

Canning;, E of Telegraph 
av f m Maple N to Joy. 
Not Numbered. 
Capitol, E of Lake Merritt 
fm Brooklyn to Prospect. 
Not Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
J'eralta. 
Castro, bet Grove and Brash 
fm First N to Twentieth nr 
San Pablo av. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First. 601 

660 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth .. 801 

828 Sixth 825 

860 Seventh 861 

M' Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 



1250 Fifteenth 1261 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

Cedar, bet Pine and Bay fm 

Atlantic N to B. 
East. Street. West. 

750 Atlantic 761 

800 William 801 

750 Seventh 851 

876 Ooss . 875 

Snort 

900 Division 901 

926 Chase 925 

950 Ta\lor.. 951 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth ...• 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

170G Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

2000 B 2001 

CcHter, bet Cypress and 
Chester fm First N to Per- 
alta and Seventeenth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 8111 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 100 

1050 Eleventh 105 

1300 Twelfth 110 

1350 Thirteenth 115 

1200 Fourteenth 120 

1250 Fifteenth 125 

1300 Sixteenth 130 

1350 Seventeenth 185 

Peralta. 

Central Av, East Oakland, 

fm East Twenty-seventh E 

of Hitrhland av running N. 

Not Numbered. 

Chambers. N of Cottage 

fm Vernon to Lake av. 
Chai'les Av. ("See East 

Twenty-eighth.) 
Charter, East Oakland. (See 

East Twenty-fifth. 
Charter, continuation of 
Twenty-second fm San Pablo 
av to Telegraph av. 
Numbered from 
500 Telegraph av. 
Chase, East Oakland. (See 

Third av.) 
Chase, fm Campbell and 

Eighth E to Bay. 
North. Stre»*. South. 
,g,0|CampbeU J ,,,, 

1700 Willow. 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Cherry, fm Telegraph av at 
junction of Racine E. 
Not Numbered. 
Cherry, off Temescal E o( 
Maple. Not Numbered. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Chester, W of Center fm 



First N to TweVtta. 
East. Street. West 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

Chestnut, bet Filbert and 
Adeline fm First N to San 
Pablo av and Thirty-sixth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelith 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1.500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twentv-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1850 Twenty-eighth 1851 

2000 Thirtieth 2u01 

2100 Thirty -second 2101 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2251 

Thirty-sixth 

Church, fm junction High 
aud Railroad av W to Fruit 
Vale av. Not Nunbered. 
Claremont Av, fm Tel- 
egraph av N of Forty» 
seventh running N. 
Not Numbered. 
Vicente. 
Sutter. 
Miranda. 
Martin. 
Colby. 
Mouiton. 
College av. 
Clarke, East Oakland, B <d 
High S of Railroad ar. 
Not Numbered. . 
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
Clay, W of Washington fm 
First to San Pablo av and 
Seventeenth. 
East. Street. West 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth. 751 

800 Fifth 801 

82a Sixth 825 

850 Seventh. 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 961 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1061 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

San Pablo av. 
Clay, East Oakland. (See 

Ninth av.) 
Cleveland Av, continua- 
tion of Forty-fourth fm Tele- 
grraph av E. Not Numbered. 
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av N of Summer E to College 
•V, Not Numbered. 
Clareniont a v. 
First, TemeaoU. 
Second, '* 
Third, •' 
Fourth, " 
College av . 
Clinton, bet Grant and 
County Koad E ■ of Moraga 
Valle>' Road. 

Not Numbered. 
Summit. 
Union. 
Cllutun, East Oakland, fm 
Fourth av N of junction 
with Brooklyn N to city line. 
Not Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
Prospect. 
Lincoln. 
Excels'or. 
Mounil. 
Colby, bet Telegrrapb and 
Colletre avs fm Alcatrai av S 
to Claremont sv. 

Not .Numbered. 
Alcatraz av. 
Sharon. 
TliompsoB. 
Colleg*' Av, continuation 
Of New Broadway N to Uni- 
versity. 

Not Numbered. 
Junction Broadway. 
Clifton. 

Hudson and Fourth. 
Forest and Third. 
Second. 
First. 

Claremont ftv. 
Sharon. 
Alcatraz av. 
Colusa Av. S of Joy fm 
Racine E crossing Telegraph 
av. Not Numbered. 
CQinmerc*', E of Thir- 
teenth av fm East Twelfth 
N to Twentv-second. 
East. Street. West. 

1100 EastTwelith 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth .... 1201 
1250 East Fifteenth .... 1251 
1300 East Sixteenth.. ..1301 
1350 East Seventeenth .1351 
1400 East Eif,'liteenth....l40l 

1450 East Nineteenth 1451 

1600 East Twentieth 1.501 

1550 East Twenty-first. . . 1551 
Contra Costa. (See 

Twentieth av.) 
CornMall, S of Mortran fm 
Shatt'U'k av to TelegTaph av 
one block. 
Cottase, E 8 PUasant Val- 
ley a\ to Lake av. 
Coiinty Koad, fm Moraga 
Valley Road E. 

Not Numbered. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
CnrtiH, bet West and Mar- 
ket fin Seventeenth N to 
Twenty-second. 
F..ist. Street. West. 

IS.'if) Seventeenth 1351 

14(Ki Eighteenth 1401 

145<) Nineteenth 1451 

1600 Twentieth 1501 

1660 Twenty-flri» 1661 



1600 Twenty-second 1601 

Cypress, bet Kirkham and 
Center fm First N to Peralta 
and Twenty-second. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First ....601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth lOul 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

120O Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seveaieentb 1351 

1400 Ei-hteeuth 1401 

14J0 Nineteenth 1451 

1.500 Twentieth. 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

D, East uakland, off Clarke E 

of C. Not numbered. 
Dale Av, E of New Broad- 
way crossing MoAiiam. 
Not Numbered. 
Dale, Esof Plea-ant Valley 
av bet (ottaife and Piedmont 
ais. Not Numbered. 
n«*lger. (See Twentieth.) 
Deiinison, East Oakland, 
fm Park av W to San Anto- 
nio Creek S of Livingston. 
North. Street South. 

1150 Parkav 1151 

1100 Kennedy 1101 

lu50 Valdez .1051 

1000 King lUOl 

9.50 Shell Mound .^951 

Diamond, Wof New Broad- 
way tm Moss av N and fm 
Temescal N. 

Not Numbered. 
Moss a v. 
Weston av. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Yernon. 
Division, continuation of 

Eighth fm Wood to Bav. 
North. Street. South. 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine ISOi 

1850 Cedar ..ISol 

1000 Bay 1901 

Dover, fm junction of Grove 
and Forty-fhir.l N to Ben- 
ton. Not Numbered. 
Forty, third. 
Forty-fourth. 
Forty-fifth. 
Forty-sixth. 
Forty-seveath. 
Alpine. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
>tanley. 
Mariposa. 
Benton. 
Dnneaii. E s Moraga Valley 
Road N of County Road. 
Numbered. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Dnrant. CSee Eighteenth.) 



East, East Oakland, B tt 

Central av. 
EaNt Eighteenth, N of 

EastSeventeenth fm Fourth 
av E to Fourteenth av. 

South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifthav 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh ar 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth ar Sm 

550 Eleventh av 551 

600 Twelfth av em 

650 Thirteenth av 601 

700 Fourteenthav 701 

750 Fifteenthav 761 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 851 

East Eiffhth, continua- 
tion of Eig)ith E of Lake 
Merritt to Sixth av. 

South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifthav 251 

East Eleventh, continu- 
ation ot Eleventh E of Lake 
Merritt to Thirteenth av. 

South. Street. North. 

50 First av 51 

100 Second av. 101 

150 Thiril av 151 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifthav 251 

300 Sixth av .....801 

350 Seventh av..... .... 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 601 

650 Eleventh ar 551 

600 Twelfth av 601 

East I- ifteenth, continu- 
ation of Fifteenth E of Lake 
Merritt to Twenty-fourth av. 

South. Street North. 

50 Firstav 51 

100 SeeondaT 101 

150 Third av 151 

200 Fourth av 201 

250 Fifthav 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh av S51 

400 Kighthav 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenthav 601 

.550 Eleventh av 661 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth ar .. ..661 

700 Fourteenth ay 701 

7.50 Fifteenthav 751 

800 Sixtceath av 801 

850 Seventeenth aT..<.. 861 

900 Eigliteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 931 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-firstav 1051 

1100 Twei.tV -second av . .1101 

1 150 Twenty-third av . . . 1151 

EaMt Fourteenth, con- 
tinuation of Fourteenth B 
of Lake Merritt to city line. 

South. Street North. 

60 Firsta* 61 

100 Secondav 101 

150 Third av 161 

200 Fourth av. 201 

260 I ifth av 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

360 Seventh av 861 

400 Eighthav 401 

450 Ninth av. 451 




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MO Tenth av SOI 

660 Eleventh »▼ 651 

000 Twelfth av 601 

850 Thirteenth av «51 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

860 Seventeenth av 851 

BOO Eighteenth av 801 

960 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first a V 1061 

1100 Twenty second av..ll01 

1160 Twenty-third av 1161 

1800 Twenty-fourth av..l201 

U60 Twenty-fifth av 1261 

Adeline. 
Howard. 
Bast Front, E of Fallon N 

fm Seventh to Fourteenth. 
BMt. Street. West. 

860 Seventh, . 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1000 

1060 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth 1151 

1800 Fourteenth. 1201 

Bast Nineteenth, N of 
East Eighteenth fm Fourth 
av E to city Une. 
South. Street North. 

800 Fourth ay 201 

860 Fifth av 251 

800 Sixth av 801 

860 Seventh av. 351 

400 Eighthav 401 

460 Ninthav 451 

600 Tenthav 601 

660 Eleventh ar 551 

•00 Twelfth av 601 

«60 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

80O Sixteenth av 801 

860 Seventeenth aT... 851 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

960 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1060 Twenty-first av 1051 

1100 Twenty -second av..ll01 

1150 Twenty-third av 1151 

1200 Twenty-fourth av..l201 

East Nintli, continuatictn 

of Ninth E of Lake Merritt 

to Ninth av. 

South. Street. North. 

160 Third av 151 

200 Fourth av 201 

260 Fifthav 251 

800 Sixth av 801 

850 Seventh av 851 

400 Eighth av 401 

Bast igieventeenth, N of 

East Sixteenth fm Fourth av 
E to Twenty-fourth av. 
South. Street. North. 

200 Fourth av 201 

260 Fifthav 251 

SCO Sixth av 301 

860 Seventh a V 851 

400 Eighth av 401 

460 Ninthav 451 

600 Tenthav 501 

650 Eleventh av 551 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

860 Seventeenth av.. .. 851 
•00 Eighteenth av 901 



1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

1100 Twentv-second av..ll01 
1150 Twenty-third av. ...1151 
East Sixteenth, contin- 
uation of Sixteenth E of 
Lake Merritt to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

50 First av 61 

100 Secondav 101 

150 Third av 151 

200 Fourthav _ 201 

250 Fifthav 251 

300 Sixthav 301 

350 Seventh av. 351 

400 Eighthav 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 501 

550 Eleventhav 551 

60O Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av. . . . 851 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1060 Twenty-first aT. ..1051 
1100 Twenty-second av.. 1101 
1150 Twenty-third av ...1151 
1200 Twenty-fourth av..l201 
East Tentb, continuation 
of Tenth E of Lake Merritt 
to Eleventh av. 
South. Street. North. 

ISO Third av.... 151 

200 F^mrthav 201 

250 Fifthav 251 

300 Sixth av 301 

350 Seventh av 851 

40O Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenthav 501 

East Thirtieth, N of East 
Twenty-ninth fm County 
Road to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

1050 East Twenty-first. . .1051 
Knox av. 
Highland av. 
East Twelfth, continua- 
tion of Twelfth E of Lake 
Merritt to ci ty line. 
South. Street. North. 

50 First av 61 

100 Secondav 101 

150 Thirdav 151 

200 Fourthav 201 

250 Fifrhav.... 2fil 

300 .Sixth av oOl 

350 Se\enthav 351 

400 Eighthav 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

500 Tenth av 601 

550 Eleventhav 651 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

750 Fifteenth av 751 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

8 Seventeenth av 851 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av. . . 951 

1000 Twentieth av 100 1 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

1100 Twentv-second av..lini 
1150 Twentv-third av....ll51 
liOO' Twenty-fourth av..l201 
1250 Twenty-fifth av....l251 
East Twentieth, N of 



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Eaat Nineteenth fm Fourth 
av E to city line. 
South. Street. ITorth. 

200 Fourthav 201 

250 Fifth av 261 

800 Sixth av 801 

3.i0 Seventh av 861 

40O Eighth av 401 

450 Ninthav 461 

500 Tenthav 601 

550 Eleventhav 651 

600 Twelfth av 601 

650 Thirteenth ar 651 

700 Fourteenth av... . 701 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 861 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 961 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty -first av ...1061 
1100 Twenty-second av.. 1101 

1150 Twenty-third av 1161 

1200 Twenty-fourth av. . . 1201 

East Twenty-eighth, 

N of East Twenty-seventh 

fm Nineteenth av E to city 

line. 

South. Street. North. 

950 Nineteenth av 961 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

Kntfx av. 

Highland av. 

East Twenty-fifth, N 

of East Twenty-fourth fm 

Thirteenth av E to city line. 

South. Street. North. 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

Glen av 

900 Ninrteenlhav 901 

1050 Twenty-first av 1061 

East Twenty-first, N of 

East Ninetei-nth fm Fourth 
av E to city line. 
South. Street. North. 

200 Fourthav 201 

250 Fifthav 851 

350 Seventh av 351 

400 Eighth av 401 

450 Ninth av 451 

550 Eleventhav 551 

650 Thirteenth av 661 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

800 Sixteenth av 801 

850 Seventeenth av 851 

900 Eighteenth av 901 

950 Nineteenth av 951 

1000 Twentieth av 1001 

1050 Twenty-first av 1051 

1100 Twentv-second av.. 1101 

1150 Twcntv-third 1161 

1200 Twenty-fourth av..]201 

East Twenty-fourth, 

N of East Twenty-third fm 
Fourth av E to city line. 
South . Street. North. 

2(X) Fourth av 201 

350 Seventh av S^il 

400 Eighthav 401 

450 Ninth av 4^1 

550 Eleventhav 651 

650 Thirteenth av 651 

700 Fourteenth av 701 

Glen av 

8 Seventeenth av 861 

9.50 Nineteenth av 951 

1050 Twenty-first av. . . 1051 

East Twenty-ninth, N 

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Sonth. Street Horth. 

9flO Nineteenth av 951 

1060 Twenty-first av 1051 

Knox av. 
Highland av. 
East T»vcnty-8eoond, 
N of h:a3t Twentj-first fm 
Fourth av E U> ciu line. 

^o"^""-,. ^"■^«'- " North. 

200 fourth av oni 

250 Fifthav .■.■; 251 

S.'iO Seventh av .'..'.! 851 

Eig-hth av ' 401 

Ninth av 451 

Tenth av ■.'. 501 

Eleventh av 651 

Thirteentli av 651 

Fourteenth av 701 

Sixteentli av ..' goi 

Seventeenth av. . . . 851 
Nineteenth av... '. 951 
10.->0 Twentv-liiat av.. 105I 
lir.o Twent\ -third av... 1151 
*-?*** Twenty seventh, 
N of East T«ent.v -sixth fm 
County Road to Fnut Vale &y. 
South. Street. North. 

County Road. 

Fourteenth av 701 

Glen av [ 

Xineteenth av. . . .'.' .' 951 

Twentv-firstar 1051 

Knox av. « 
Highland av. 
Central a v. 
Shuey Lane. 
Fruit Vale av. 
^»*t Twenty-sixth, N 
of East T>veuty-fifth fm 
County Road E to citv line. 
South Street. North 

County Road 

Glen av ]* 

•50 Nineteenth av.' '" 951 
1060 Tnenty-first av. .'."lOSl 
East Twenty-third. N 
of Ea^t Twenty-second fm 
Fourth av E to city line 
'"'^ Street. North. 



400 
«50 
600 
660 
«50 
700 
800 
860 
950 



700 



1550 East Twentv-Bret ... 1551 
KiShteenth, N of Seven- 
teenth fua Lake Merritt W to 
the Bav. 
North. Street. South. 

200 Jackson ogi 

2.50 Alice '..'.'.'.'. 251 

800 Harrison.... "" «oi 

350 Webster .'..]. 351 

Franklin ,"' 401 

Broadway [[[[ 451 

lelejrraphav Suj 

San Pablo av 651 

.^"•o^e 651 

Castro 70J I 

,^'"f '.'.'.. 751 

^^e*^ 801 

$;°'-'« 851 

Market 901 

^Jyr^^^ .'■ 951 

Filbert 1001 

^'Dt'fn 1051 

Chestnut hqi 



400 

450 

500 

550 

650 

700 

750 

800 

850 

900 

950 

1000 

1050 

1100 



1860 
1400 
1450 
1500 

l.iSO 
1600 
1650 

I ;oo 

1750 
18U0 



050 

loeo 



1150 Adeline .......... 1151 

1200 Magnolia '.'.!! 1201 

1250 Union "'l261 

P??'*"" .'.''.*.' 1301 

ilirkham 1351 

S> press V"..'.'l401 

Peralta.... jgoj 

C'ampbeU ;;i65i 

"iJl""' 1701 

),^.»<Xl 1751 



1300 
1350 
1400 
1600 
1650 
1700 
1750 
1800 
1850 
1900 



Pine . 



.1801 



South. 



200 
850 
400 
450 
660 
650 
700 
850 
950 



Fourth av 201 

Se\enth av ..'. 851 

Ei^'hth av ..!.* 401 

Ninth av [] 452 

Eleventh av...i*.il." 651 

Thirteenth ar 651 

Fourteenth ay. . ...I 701 
Seventeenth av..'...' 851 

Nineteenth a V 951 

^oO Twenty-first av .... 1051 

*.cho .4, V, K s of Webster av 

to Linda. Glen Echo Tract. 

^'r''^^■^''■ (See East 
Thirtieth.) 

Edwards, bet Plymouth av 
and Tiiirty-sixth tm Tele- 
graph av K to Cityline. 
Numbered. 
Andover. 
Elm. 

Telegraph av. 
Eishteenth Av, E of 
Se\entpenth av fm San An- 
tonio Creek NE to East 
Twenty-first. 
East. Street. West 

1100 East Twelfth noi 

1200 Kast Fourteenth.. I'oi 
1250 East Fifteenth.. .. 1251 

1800„ East Sixteenth ]3oi 

18.T0 East .Seventeenth . 1351 
14M) F.a«t Nineteenth.. ..1451 
1600 East Twentieth ....1601 



Cedar 1851 

isav 1901 

Eighth Av, E 'of" Seventh 
av tn, East Ninth N to East 
Twenty-fourth. 
East. Street. West 

950 East Ninth 9.51" 

East Tenth....!!.* looi 

East Eleventh 1051 

East Twelfth noi 

East Fourteenth .. .i-pqi 
East Fifteenth . . . 1951 

East Sixteenth 1301 

East Seventeenth.. .13,-,i 

East Eig-hteenth 1401 

East Nineteenth . . .1451 
East Twentieth. . . . 1501 
East Twent.v -first.. 1551 



KIrkham ijjfii 

C.vpress '. 14OT 

Kf"'*''' 1461 

•-"ester ^.1601 

"«'"■>' 1561 

PeralU leoi 

Campbell lesi 

Willow 1 701 

"!""" !!!l761 

„, *^"'e 1801 

Eleventh Av, E of Tenth 
av fm hast Tenth NE to 
Peralta. 
East. Street. West. 

1000 East Tenth imi 

1050 Ea>t Eleventh.... 106X 

1100 East Twelfth 'noi 

1200 East Fourteenth. . 1201 

l^oO East Fifteenth 1261 

1300 Ea-it Sixteenth ...!i801 
1350 East Seventeenth 1351 
1400 East Eighteenth.... 1401 
1450 East Nineteenth... 1451 
East Twentieth.... 1.501 
East Twenty -first... . 1551 
EastTwenty-secono 1601 
East Twentv-third. .1661 
East Twent> -fourth.1701 
Peralta. 
Eleventh, N of Tenth fm 
Lake Meiritt W to Market 
and fm Kirkham W to Cen- 
ter. 
North. Street 



1500 
1550 
1600 
1650 
1700 



1000 
1050 
1100 
1200 
1250 
1300 
1350 
1400 
1450 
1500 
1550 



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100 
150 
200 
250 
300 
350 
400 



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Fallon 51 



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Madison !! 151 

Jackson ! 201 

Alice ' <>5i 

"^'"'SOQ '!!.!! 301 

^'^bster 351 

rranklin 401 

450 Broadway " 451 



1600 East Twenty-second 1601 
I60O East Twenty-third. .1651 
i-ighth, N of Seventh fm 

Lake Merritt W to Pme. 
North. Street South 

50 Fallon g," 

100 Oak !!!!; 101 

150 Madison !!'!!l51 

200 Jackson .... „.!!.!! 201 

Alice 251 

Harrison !" soi 

jyebster... !! 351 

Franklin 401 

Broadway 451 

Washington !.! 601 

V'i^' 551 

Jefferson eoi 

Grove 6.51 

Castro . ... '701 

2r"«h ..!!! 761 

J^e«t 801 

Market .. 901 

MvrtJe 951 

Filbert 1001 

I'"iden 1051 

Chestnut 1101 

A''el'"e 1151 

3ia::nolia 1001 

J^n'on 1261 

Poplar- 1301 



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550 
600 
650 
70O 
750 
800 
900 
1350 
1400 



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300 
350 
400 
450 
600 
650 
600 
650 
700 
750 
800 
900 
950 
1000 
1050 
llOU 
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1200 
1250 
1300 



Washington ' 501 

c'a> !!!!. 561 

Jefferson 601 

^.'•■y_^ !!!! 651 

Castro 701 

Brush ".! 751 

S'««t- '.'." 801 

Market 901 

Kirkham !i35i 

Cypress 1401 

Cfuter. 
Elm, E of Telegraph av fm 
Hawthorn N to Edward*. 
Numbered. 
Elm. (See Twentv-fourth.) 
l!-mery, bet San Pablo av 
and Watts fm Peralta N to 
Temescal Creek. 

Not Numbered. 
Yerha Buena av. 
Park av. 
Walker av. 
Auburn av. 
Creek. 
Erie, E of Oak fm Cottage H. 
Erie, continuation of Forty- 

second fm Telegraph av E. 
Ettie. (See Halleck.) 
Jjvoy Av. (See Fortieth.) 
i/vcelsior. East Oakland, 
N of Lincoln fm Fourth av 
to Wauon. Not Numbered 
Pine. 
Spruce. 
Oak. 
F, W 9 Adeline fm ShasU ^ 
to Menlo. .Not Numbered. 
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Kront, fm S Water Front N 

to Lake Merritt at Fifteenth. 

East. Street. West. 

660 S. Water Front 651 

aOO First 001 

060 Seoond.......^... 051 

TOO Third 701 

760 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

820 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh. 851 

900 Eighth 901 

860 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth ...1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 I'.iurteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

Like iMerritt. 
I'eltoD, S of Alcatrazav beg 
E I Ore e W to San Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
GroTe. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 

Third av, TemeicaL 
Baker. 
Idaho. 
Herz'-g. 
San Pablo av. 

Fifteenth Av, E rf Com- 
merce av fm East Twelfth 
NE to Commerce and Seven- 
teenth. 
East. Street. West. 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1150 East Thirteenth.. ..1151 
1200 East Fourteenth . . .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seve.iteenth ..1351 

Junction Commerce. 

Fifteenth, N of Fourteenth 

fm Franklin W to Market 

and fm Kirkham W to Cedar. 

North. Street. South. 

400 FianKlin 401 

450 Kroadway 451 

600 Telegraph ar 601 

6'J& San Pablo av 525 

660 Clay 651 

600 Jefferson 601 

050 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 761 

800 West 801 

900 Market...,; 901 

1850 Kirkham 1351 

1450 Center 1451 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1861 

Fifth Av, E of Fourth av 
fm East Eighth NE to East 
Twentv-tliird. 
East. "street. West. 

90O East Eighth 901 

950 Ea^t Ninth. 951 

1000 Kast Tenth loOl 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth.... 1201 

1260 East Fifteenth 1251 

1800 East Sixteenth . ...1301 
1350 East Seventeenth ..1351 
1400 East EighUenth 1401 



1450 Eaat Nineteenth. . . . 1W51 
1500 East Twentieth. ..1501 
1650 East Twenty-first. . . 1551 
Fifth, bet Fourth and Sixth 
fm J.«ke Merritt W to Fer- 
alu. 
North. Straet South. 

60 FalloD 61 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madiion 151 

200 Jackson 201 

260 Alice 261 

800 Harrison 801 

850 Webster. 361 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

00<3 Washington 601 

650 Clay . 561 

600 Jefferson 601 

060 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 761 

900 Market 901 

950 Myrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Majfnolia. 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress .1401 

1450 Center . . 1451 

1500 Cheater ...1501 

1650 Henry 1551 

1576 Lewis 1575 

1600 Peralta ...1601 

Filbert, bet Myrtle and Lin- 
den fm First N to San Pablo 
av and Thirty-second. 
East. street. West. 

600 Fi^t 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 861 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth. 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1600 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth . . . 1701 

1800 Twtnty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

First Av, E of Lake Merritt 
fm East Eleventh N to East 
Sixteenth. 
East. Street. West. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth... .1201 
1250 East Fifteenth . ...1251 
Fir.st, Temescal, E of Clare- 
mont running NE. 
Not Numbered. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
Forrest. 
Colleg'e av. 
First. S of Second fm Lake 

Merritt W to Peralta. 
North. Street. South. 

50 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison » 151 

200 Jackson 201 

260 Alice 251 



800 Harrison 801 

850 Webster 861 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 461 

600 Washington 601 

660 Clay 551 

600 Jefferson *01 

650 Grove 861 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 761 

900 .Market 901 

950 Myrtle 961 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1061 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1161 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1261 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress ....1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1500 Chester 1601 

1550 Henry ..1551 

1576 Le^is 1678 

1600 Peralta 1601 

C. P. R R. Yards. 
Florio, E B of College av N 

ot First. 
Forrest, E b Claremont av 
N of Hudson E to College av. 
Not Numbered. 
Claremont av. 
First. 
Second. 
College av. 
Fortieth or Fvoy Av, 
f m Telegraph av W to Ade- 
line. 

Not Numbered. 
Teleu I aph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Forty-fifth, fm Telegraph 
av W to Adeline. 

Not N«mber«(L 
Telei^raph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-lirst, fm Telegraph 
av W to San Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Adeline. 
Forty-fourth, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Adeline, 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grijve. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-seeond, fm Tel»> 
graph av W to Adeline, 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-«eventh, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Temeecsl 
Creek. Not Numbered, 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 



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West. 
Calais. 
Forty-sixth, fm Telegraph 
»y W to Adeline. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph ay. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Forty-third, fm Telegraph 
fty W to Sjan Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Orove. 
West. 
Market. 
Linden. 
Adeline. 
^nrteeiith, N et Thir- 
teenth fm Lake Uerrltt W to 
the Bay. 
North. Street. South . 

60 Fallon 61 

100 OaX 101 

'x60 Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

260 Alice 251 

800 Harrison 801 

850 Webster 351 

400 Franklin- 401 

460 Broadway 451 

600 Washington 601 

650 Clay 551 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

T50 Brush 751 

800 West. 801 

900 Market. 901 

950 Myrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1-250 Uninn I'i.'il 

1300 Pofilar 1301 

1360 Kirkham 1851 

1400 Cypress 1401 

1450 Center ..1451 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Fourth Av, E of Third av 

fm East Eighth NE. 
East. Street. West. 

900 East Eighth 901 

950 East Ninth 951 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth .. . . 1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 E.ist Sixteenth 1301 

1360 East Seventeenth .1351 
1400 East Ei;:hteenth.... 1401 
1460 East Nineteenth. ...1451 

1600 East Twentieth 1501 

1550 East Twetitv-first .1551 
1600 East Twenty-second 1 601 
1660 Ea-t Twenty-third. 16.>1 
1700 East Twenty-fourth.1701 
Peralta. 
Prospect. 
Lincoln. 
Kxoelslor. 



Mound. 
Fourth, betThird and Fifth 
fm Lake Merritt to Market. 
North. Street. South. 

60 Fallon 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 151 

200 J.'ickson 201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 301 

360 Webster 351 

400 Hranklin 401 

460 Broadway 451 

600 Washington 601 

660 Clay 651 

600 Jeff'ersen 601 

650 Grove «51 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush.... 761 

900 Market 901 

Fourth, lemescal, B of 
Third running NE. 
Not Numbered. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
College av, 
Franklin, Eat^t Oakland. 

(See East Tenth.) 
Franklin, E of Broadway 
fm F:rst N to Walnut or 
Twenty-second. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

660 Second 661 

700 Third 701 

760 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1061 

110(1 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

liOO Fourteenth ...1201 

1250 Fifteen th 1261 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

Nineteenth or 

1450 Durant 1461 

1500 Twentieth or Delger.1501 
Twenty-second or 

1600 Walnut IflOl 

Fi*«'<leriok, East Oakland, 
f'l Park av W to ^an Anto- 
I i Creek S of Dennison. 
North. Street South. 

Park av. 

1160 Kennedy 1151 

1100 Valdez. 1101 

10.O0 Kiiiir 1051 

inoo Shell -Mound 1001 

Frederick, E s New Broad- 
way bi-t Hooth and Mather 
NE to Gilbert. 
Frederi^-k, bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth fm San Pablo 
av to Telegraph av. Num- 
bered from Tel. av. 600. 
Frt^emont. (See Eighth av.) 
Friedmun. (See Eight- 
eenth av.) 
Fruit Vale Av, E of 
Twenty-third av running N 
and S. Not Nuoibered. 
Lane. 
Church. 
Warren. 
Railroad av. 
Putnam. 



Washington. 

San Leandro 1\oad. 

Old County Road. 

Gaskiil.fm Webster avW to 

Gilbert bet Booth and John. 

Not Numbered. 

Gear.v. (See Thirty-ninth.) 

Not Numbered. 
Genoa, W of Grove fm Te- 
hama N to Benton and Ade- 
line. Not Numbered. 
Tehama. 
Plumas. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Menlo. 
Stanley. 
Muripusa. 
Adeline. 
€}ilbert, E of New Broad- 
way f m Booth N to Mather. 
Not Numbered. 
Booth. 
Gaskill. 
John. 
Gladding, bet Beach and 
Surrhyne fm A N to Terba 
Buena. 
East. Street. West. 

100 A 101 

200 B . . 201 

Terba Buena. 
€He» Av, East Oakland, 
continuation of Seventeenth 
av fm East Twenty-fourth 
NE to East Twenty-seventh. 
Olen Av, E s of Webster 
av, Glen Echo Tract. 
Not Numbered. 
6rlen IScho Tract, E i ol 
Webster av S of Mountain 
View Cemetery. 

Not Numbered. 
Gold. E of Telegraph av fm 
Edwards crossing Weston av. 
Not Numbered. 
Sherman ay. 
Grant av. 
Moss av. 
Weston av. 
Golden Gate Av, N of 
Butler av fm San Pablo av B 
to Third av, North Oakland. 
Not Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Baker. 

Third av, N Oakland. 
Goss, N of Seventh fm Wil- 
low W to Bay. 
North. Street, South. 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Grant Av, bet Sherman 
and Moss av fmT«legiaph av 
E to Gold. Not Numbered. 
Grant, East Oakland, E 8 of 
Moraga Valley Road bet 
Montgomery and Clinton. 
Not Numbered. 
Summit. 
Union. 
Grove, bet Jefferson and 
Castro fin P'irst N to Adeline 
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XmU street. West. 

•00 First 601 

660 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

760 Fourth. 761 

800 Fifth 801 

828 Sixth 825 

860 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

850 Ninth... 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourt«enth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1800 Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Seventeenth 1851 

1400 Eighteenth ..1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1600 T^ventieth. 1501 

1650 Twenty-flrgt 1651 

1576 Jones 1675 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1660 Twenty-third 1661 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1760 Twenty-fifth 1751 

1776 Sycamore 1775 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1860 Twenty-seventh 1851 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

1960 Twenty-ninth 1961 

Caledonia »v. 

SOOO Tliirtieth 2001 

2050 Thirtv-flrst 2051 

1100 Thirty-second 2101 

Thirty-third, or 

1160 Noian . 2161 

Thirtj'-fourth, or 

UOO Brown 2301 

Thirty-fifth, or 

B60 Walton 2251 

MOO Thirty -sixtb 2301 

Halleck, or Ettie, bet 

Hubbard and Beach fm 

Twenty-eighth bet Peralta 

and Campbell N to Park av. 

bst. Street. West. 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Terba Buena. 
Park av. 
Hampell, E s of Koraga 
Valley Road N of city line. 
Not Numbered. 
Hannali. (See Hubbard.) 
Han over Av, Peralta 
Heights, E of Lake Merritt. 
Not NumbereJ. 
Harlan, bet Watts and 
Haven fm Peralta N to Oak- 
land Trotting Park. 
Cast. Street. West. 

100 Peralta 201 

Terba Buen». 
Park av. 
Trotting Park. 
Harrison, East Oakland. 

(See East Seventeenth.) 
Harritiion, bet Alice and 
Webster fm S Water Front 
N to Twentieth and Lake 
Merritt. 
East. Street. West. 

650 S . Water Front 651 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Tnird 701 

760 Fourth 751 

WO Fifth 801 

116 Sixth 825 



850 Seventh .....851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twellth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1600 Twentieth 1601 

Lake Merritt. 
HaTen, bet Harlan and 
Hollis fm Peralta N to Oak- 
land Trotting Park. 
East Street. West. 

200 j^"»'^- }.... 801 

Verba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hawthoi'n, bet Thirty-first 
and Thirty-second E s Tele- 
graph av £ to New Broad- 
way. 
North. Street South. 

Telegraph av. 
Elm. 

425 Webster 426 

400 New Broadway 401 

Helen. (See Horton.) 
Henry Av. (See East 

Twenty-ninth.) 
Henry, W of Chester fm 
First N to Junction Peralta 
and Ninth. 
East Street West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh- 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

Hepburn. (See East 

Twenty-first.) 
Herzog, bet San Pablo av 
and Idaho fm Alcatraz av S 
to Klinkner av. 

Not Numbered. 
Alcatraz av. 
Felton. 
Todd. 

Golden Qate av. 
Butler av. 
Klinkner av. 
Hlgrh, E of Fruit Vale av 
crossing Railroad av N and S. 
Not Numbered. 
North. South. 

Warren. Church. 

Putnam. Lane. 

Washington. Clarke. 

San Leandro Road. 

Highland Av, Piedmont. 

Not Numbered 
Highland Av, fm 

Twenty -seventh av £ of Enox 

avN. 
East Street West 

1850 E Twentv-seventh . . 1851 
1900 EastTwenty-eighth.lQOl 
1950 East Twen t v-ninth . 1951 

2000 East Th i rtieth 2001 

Hillside Av, Piedmont, E 

s of Blair av S of Vernal. 

Not Numbered. 

Hillston Av, Glen Echo 

Tract. 
Hobart. (See Twenty-first.) 
U olden or liOnisa, bet 

Hollis and Horton fm Peralta 

N to Park av. 
East. Street Watt 



S Peralta 1 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hollis, bet Haven and 
Holden fm PeralU N to 
Park av. 
East Street West 

100 Peralta. 101 

200 B 101 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hopkins, fm E a Morag* 
Valley Road bet Duncan and 
Wilson E to Redwood Road. 
Union. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Horton or Helen, bet 
Hiillis and Hubbard fm 
Peralta N to Park av. 
East Street West, 

2 Peralta 1 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Howard, East Oakland, E 
of Adeline fm East Four- 
teenth and San Leandro Road 
N. Not Numbered. 
Hoive, fm Moss av E of New 
Broadway N to Catholic 
Cemetery. Not Numbered. 
Moss av. 
Booth. 
GaskilJ. 
John. 
Mather. 
Habbard or Hannah, 
bet Horton and Halleck fm 
Peralta and Twenty-eighth 
N to Park av. 
North. Street. South. 

2 Peralta. 1 

100 A... 101 

200 B 801 

Yerba Buena av. 
Park av. 
Hudson, fm £ s of Clare- 
mont av N of Clifton E to 
College av. Not Numbered. 
Claremont av. 
First av, Temescal. 
Second av, Temescal. 
Third av, Temescal. 
HulTAv. (See East Twen- 
ty-seventh.) 
Humbert. (See East Twen* 

tieth.) 
Idaho, W of Baker fm Alca- 
traz S to Klinkner av. 
Not Numbered. 
Alcatraz av. 
Felton. 
Todd. 

Golden Gate ar. 
Butler av. 
Klinkner av. 
Independence Square 
bet East Sixteenth and East 
Nineteenth and Sixteenth 
and Eighteenth avs. 
Isabella, W s of San Pablo 
av N of Twenty-fourth W ta 
Twenty-second and Market 
Numbered, San Pablo 800. 
JackHOn, bet Madison and 
Oak fm S. Water !• ront N to 
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Bast. Street. Weat. 

650 S. Water Front 551 

BOO First aoi 

850 Second. 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth. 761 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth: 852 

850 Seventh 851 

900 l-;i<,'hth 901 

950 Ninth 961 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1061 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth. 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1261 

1350 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 .' Ei.u'hteenth. ) j^q^ 
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(See East Eleventh.) 
Jackson, or ISaMtTwen- 
tu-th, E of Thirteenth av. 
JefFerson, bet Clay and 
Grove fm First to Seven- 
teenth and San Pablo av. 
«a8t. ~ Street. West. 

«00 First 61)1 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

828 Sixth 820 

860 Seventh 855 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth _1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1360 Seventeenth 1851 

San Pablo av. 
JTofterson, East Oakland. 

(See East .Viiith.) 
Jersey, E of Vernon fm 
Cnttiijje N. Not Numbered. 
John, fm Webster av E to 
Gilbert bet Gaskill and 
Mather. Not Numbered. 
Jones, East Oakland, (m 
Fourth ay E of Clinton N. 
Not Numbered. 
Fourth av. 
Prospect. 
Lincoln. 
Ex<^eUior. 
Mound. 
JonetK, ISaat Oakland. (See 

Sixth av.) 

Jones, bet Twenty-first and 

Twenty-second fm San Pablo 

av E to Telegraph av. 

Numbered fm Telegraph 500 

Joy, S of Ah'atraz av fm Ra- 

I iiie E (TossingTelegraph av. 

Jnlia, East Oakland. (See 

Thirtieth av.) 
Kennedy, East Oakland, 
W of Park av. 
Livingston. 
Dennison. 
Frederick. 
King:. East Oakland, W of 

Val.lez. 
E&n^ Street. West. 

^50 Livingston 661 

800 Dennison 601 

660 Frederick. 661 



Kirk ham, bet Poplar and 
Cypress fm First N to Per- 
aita and Twenty-sixth. 
East. Street. West 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 8.51 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth .1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1360 Seventeenth 1351 

1400 Eighteenth 1041 

1450 Nineteenth 1461 

1.500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1801 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

''^ ^Pe7aHar"''-}-1801 
Klinkner Av,S of Butler 
av fm San Pablo av E three 
blocks. Not Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Herzog. 
Idaho. 
Knox Av, fm East Twenty- 
seventh E of Twenty-first av 
N to cit> line . 

Not Numbered. 
East Twenty-seventh. 
East Twenty-eighth. 
East Twenty-ninth. 
V&st Thirtieth. 
Knox Place, W • Tele- 
grapli av bet Sycamore and 
Albion. Telegiaph 60O 
JLiacey.(SeeEa8tNineteenth ) 
Lake At, N of Lake Mer- 
ritt ruiming NE. 

Not Numbered. 
Cottage. 
Chambers. 
Lake, E of Lake Merritt fm 
Brooklyn N to Prospect. 
Numbered. 
Brooklyn. 
Peralta. 
Lake Nhore At, E of 
Lake Merritt fm Bay N. 
Not Numbered 
Lane, S r.f Church fm f^tdt 
Vale avto High. 

Not Numbered. 
Larne, East Oakland. (See 

sixteenth av.) 
Laurel. (See Twenty-flfth.) 
Ijcmore. (See East Eighth.) 
Li'etter Av, Peralta Heights, 

E of Lake Merritt. 
Lewis, W of Henry fm First 

to Seventh and Peralta. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

Seventh and Peralta. 
Liberty, E of Second fm 
Temescal N. Not Numbered. 
Birch. 
Vernon. 
Lilly, S of Ooluaa fm Racine 
E crossing Telegraph av. 
Not .Vumbered. 
Lincoln. East Oakland, E s 
Moratra Valley road N of 
Thirtieth to city line. 
Not Numbered. 
Summit. 



Dulen. 
Lincoln, East Oakland, M 
of Prospect fm Bay E to 
Fourth av. 
Watson. 
Oak. 
Spruce. 
Pine. 
Clinton. 
Jones. 
Lincoln, bet Taylor and 
West Twelfth f m W ■ of Per- 
alta to Bay. 

1600 Peralta. 1801 

1850 CampbelL .. 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1861 

1900 Bay KWl 

Linda At, fm W ■ Pleasant 
Valley av N of Piedmont ar 
to Webster av through Glen 
Echo Tract. 
Lindea, fm bet Filbert and 
Chestnut, First N to city 
limits. 
East. Street West. 

600 First Wl 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth. 801 

8.50 Seventh i... 801 

900 Kigiith 961 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 16<a 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2100 Thirty-second 2;01 

2200 ^ J*'''''y-f"r*''-l..2»l 
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Linden, Temescal, eontlna. 
ation of Forty-fifth fm Tel- 
egraph av E. 
Linden, Temescal, E of Ad- 
eline fm Forty-first N te 
Temescal Creek. 

Not Numbered. 
F^orty-second. 
Forty-tliird. 
Forty-fourth. 
Fortv-fifth. 
Forty-sixth. 
LIvineston. E^t Oakland, 
fm Park av W to San Ant*- 
nio Creek. 
North. Street South. 

11!)0 Parkav 1161 

lino Kennedy 1101 

1050 Valdez. 1061 

1000 King lOM 

950 Shell Mound 9M 

Locnst. (See Twenty-third.) 
Losran. (See Thirty-sixth.) 
TiOuisa. (See Holden.) 
Lowell, W 8 Adeline (a 
Plumas N to Menlo. 
Not Numbered. 
Adeline. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
Lnsk At. bet Morket aa4 
West fm Thirty-ninth N I* 
Forty -second. 

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Thirty-ninth. 
Fortieth. 
Forty-first. 
Iiydia. bet Twentj-first and 
Twenty-second fm Brush W 
to Market. 
North. Street. South. 

750 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

850 Curtis 851 

900 Market 901 

liynde, East Oakland, W s 

PeraltA av X of Bellevue av. 

Not Numbered. 

Madison, bet Jackson and 

Oak fin S. Water Front N to 

Lake Merritt. 

East, Street. West. 

550 S. Water Front 551 

600 First 801 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 751 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 951 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh. 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1260 Fifteenth 1251 

1850 Seventeenth 1S51 

Boulevard and Lake 
Merritt. 
Madison Square, bet 
Madison and Oak and Eighth 
and Ninth. 
Madison, East Oakland. 

(See East b^ifteenth.) 
Magnolia. Wof Adeline fm 
First N to Thirty-sixth and 
Peralta. 
East. Street. West. 

600 Fiist 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth. 801 

8-0 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1150 Twelfth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Ki-hteenth 1401 

1460 Twentieth 1451 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twentv-sixtb 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2100 Thirtv-second 2101 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

Thirty-sixth and Peralta. 
Maple, fm Telegraph av at 
junction of Merced av E. 
Not Numbered. 
Maple, off Temescal E of 
Telegraph av. 

Not Numbered. 
Temescal. 
Birch. 
Mariposa At, N of Merced 
av fm Racine nr juncti"n of 
Tele'^'raph av W to Dover. 
Not Numbered. 
Racine. 
Shattuck av. 
Dover. 
Mariposa, bet Benton and 



Stanley W fm Dover to Ade- 
line. Not Numbered. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Aiieline. 
Market, bet Myrtle and 
Westfm First Nto Forty fifth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

750 Fourth 401 

800 Fifth 751 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

9.50 Ninth 9.'. I 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1251 

1.300 Sixteenth 1301 

13.50 Seventeenth 1351 

1400- Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1526 Twenty-first 1525 

15.=iO Lyaia 1551 

1600 Twenty -second . ...1601 

1700 'Iwentv-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twent v-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth and SPav. 2001 

2100 Thirtv-seconu 2101 

2126 Brockhurst 2125 

2150 Thirty-third 2151 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

2250 Thirty-flfth 2251 

Thirty-sixth. 
Thirty-seventh. 
Thirty-eighth, 
Thirtv-ninth. 
Fortieth. 
Forty-first, 
Forty-second. 
FortV-third. 
FortV-fourth. 
Forty-fifth. 
Martin, W s Claremout N 
of Miranda. Not Numbered, 
Mather, N of Booth fm 
Webster av W to New Broad- 
way. Not Numbered. 
McAdam, E s of New 
Broa iway bet Birch and 
Vernon E. Not Numbered. 
McCall, fm Mono av bet 
Shattuck av and Dover N to 
Benton. Not Numbered. 
Mono. 
Merced. 
Mariposa. 
MeK.ee, S of Todd beg E 8 
of Grove W to Baker. 
Not Numbered. 
Grove. 
Adeline av. 
Genoa. 
Calais 

Third av, Temescal. 
Baker. 
Menlo, N of Sutter fm Do- 
ver W to San Pablo av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Mereed A v. het Mariposa 



and Mono tm 'I>.legrapti a 
Wto Dover. 

Not Numbered. 
Teleiiraph av. 
Shattuck av. 
McCal). 
Do\ er. 
Merrimac, bet Bay Plac« 
and Prospect E s of Tel«- 
graph av to Webster. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Webster. 
Mlllbiiry. E s of Moraga 
Valley Road to city line. 
Not Numbered. 
'Jnion. 
Putnam. 
Stevens. 
Milton, W s of San Pable 
av nr Twenty-sixth W tc 
Market. Numbered. 

850 San Pablo av 851 

Minna, continuation o< 
JPoi tv-third fm Telegraph av 
E. 
Miranda, W s of Claremont 
av N of Sutter W to Vicente 
Not Numbered. 
Claremont. 
A gal a. 
Mono At, S of Merced *» 
fm Shattuck av W to Dover 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Merced av. 
Dover. 
JCoaroe, Ea«t Oakland, h 
oi East Fourteenth cros8iD| 
Adeline E to Howard. 
Not Numbered. 
Montaigne, North Oakland, 
N of Powell fm San Pabll 
av W to the Bay. 

Not Numbered. 
Twelfth, N Oakland. 
Eleventh, " 
Tenth, " 

Ninth. " 

Eighth, " 

Seventh, " 

Sixth, •• 

Fifth, " 

Fourth, " 

Third, •' 

Second, " 

First, " 

Bay, 
Monteeito At, Piedmont 

E s of Blair S ot Hill.side. 
Montsuniery. bet Gilberl 
and Howe fm Booth N U 
Knnian Catholic Cemetery 
Booth. 
GaskiU. 
John. 
Mather. 
Montgomery. E s of Me 
raga Valley Road bet Lincoli 
and Grant Numbered. 
Summit. 
Union. 
Morasa Roud, E o< 
Mountain View Cemetery fm 
I'iedniruit Railroad NE. 
Moraga Valley, Couutj 
Road fm Thirteenth av m 
Peralta NE. 
Lincoln. 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
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ouiicau. 
Hopkins. 
Wilson. 
MUlburv. 
Hampell. 
Reed. 
Horxan , continiuttlOB of 
Tehama fm Shattuck and 
Telegraph avg. 
Horrid, S of Sharon fm Col- 
lege av W to Colby. 
Not Numbered. 
College av. 
Moulton. 
Moss Av, continuation of 
Thirty-seventh f m Telegraph 
»v E to Pleasant Valley av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Gold. 
Silver. 
Diamond. 
Broadway. 
Webster av. 
Moulton, bet Colby and 
College av fm Alcatrai av S 
to Claremnnt av. 

Not Numbered. 
Alcatraz av. 
Sharon. 
Thompson. 
Mound, N of Excelsior fm 

Fourth av W to Clinton. 
Moantain At. Piedmont. 

Not Numbered. 
Munroe,Ea8tOaklaDd. (See 

Ea.st Sixteenth.) 

Myrtle, W of Market fm 

First N to San Pablo av bet 

Thirtieth and Thirty-second. 

East. Street. West. 

800 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

860 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1800 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth. UOl 

1600 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

SOOO Thirtieth 2001 

San Pablo av. 
WineteeHth At, B of 
Eighteenth av fm East 
Eluventh NE to East Twenty- 
Ninth. 
East. Street. West. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

110« East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth 1201 

126» East Fifteenth 1251 

1800 East Sixteenth 1301 

1860 F".a8t Seventeenth. . . 1351 

1460 East Nineteenth 1461 

1600 t^st Twentieth 1601 

1660 East I'wtnty-first... 1561 
1600 East Twenty-second 1601 
1«60 East Twenty-third . .1651 
1700 East Twenty-fourth 1701 
17W East Twenty-fifth .1751 
1800 East Twenty-sixth . 180] 
1860 E. Twenty-seventh 1861 
1900 East Twenty-eighth. 1901 
Nineteenth, N of Eight- 
eenth fm Telegraph av W to 
Market 



North. Street. South. 

600 Teleirraph av 601 

600 San Pablo av SOI 

650 Grove 661 

700 fastro 701 

760 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

860 Curtis 851 

900 Market 901 

1150 Adeline 1161 

1260 Union 1251 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1600 Peralta 1601 

Ninth At, E of Eighth av 

fm East Ninth N to Peralta. 

East Street West. 

950 EastNinth 951 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1150 East Thirteenth .. 1161 

1200 East Fourteenth . . .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 12.'il 

1300 East Sixi eenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth . .1351 

140O East Eighteenth 1401 

1450 East Nineteenth . . . 1451 

1600 East Twentieth. ...1501 

1550 East Twenty-first . .1551 

1600 East Twenty-second 1601 

1650 EastTweiitv.thitd...l651 

1700 EastTwenty-fourth.1701 
Peralta, E. O. 

Ninth, N of Eighth fm E 

Front Lake Merritt W to 

Market and fm Kirkham W 

to Peralta. 

North, street. South. 

50 Fallon 61 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 801 

850 Webster 851 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 461 

600 Washington 601 

560 Ciav 651 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grove 851 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush. 761 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

Kirkham. 

Center. 

Cypress. 

Chester. 

Henry. 

Nolan, bet Thirty-second 
and Brown fm Oreve W to 
San Pablo av. 
North. Street South 

650 Grove 651 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

Oali, bet Ma4l80R and Fallon 
fm S Water Front N to Lake 
Merritt. 

East. Street. West. 

650 S. Water Front 651 

600 First 601 

fi50 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

760 Fourth 761 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 826 

•50 Seventh. 851 



900 Eighth Ml 

950 Ninth t61 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1050 Eleventh 1061 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1161 

1200 Fourteenth. 1201 

1250 Fifteenth 1261 

1360 Seventeenth 1861 

Boulevard, Lake Merritt 
Oalc, East Oakland, fm N ■ 
Proepect bet Wataoo and 
Clinton. 
Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 

Oal{, E of Jersey fm Cottso 

N. Not Numbered. 
Oakland At, E of N«w 
Broadway fm Bay Place K. 
Not Numliered. 
Opal, bet Silver and Diamond 
fm Weston av N. 
Not Numbered. 
Orange, E of Perry fm Oak* 
land av 'SE. 

Not Numbered. 
Orehard, bet Prospect and 
Hawthorn E s of Telegraph 
av E to city line. 
North. Street. South. 

Telegraph av. 

400 New Broadway. 401 

450 Webster 461 

Paelftc, continuation of 
Third W s of PeralU to C. P. 
R. R. Yard. 
North. Street South . 

1600 Peralta 1801 

1650 Campbell 19B4. 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood ...1761 

C. P. R. R. Yard. 

Park At, beg at Saat 

Twelfth bet Twenty-secend 
and Twenty-third avs nu- 
ning S to Park, Alamedsk 
Numbered. 
East Twelfth. 

650 Livingston 4H 

650 East Kle\ enth 661 

600 Dennison. 801 

600 East Tenth 801 

650 Frederick 661 

650 East Ninth 661 

Park Av, Nof Terba Bueaa 
av fm San Pablo av to Beac^ 
Not Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Emery. 
Watts. 
Harlan . 
Haven. 
H'llis. 
Holden. 
Horton. 
Hubbard. 
Halleck. 
Beach. 

Park Place, fm Tw*b«^ 

sixth W of San Pable ar M 
to Market 
Park. (See Twenty-seventh.) 
Patten. (See Fourth av.) 
Pearl, fm Moss av E of Web- 
ster av continuing S. 
Not Numbered. 
Pearl, fm Weston N (bat 
Telegraph av and RubyV 
Not Numbered. 



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Peralta At, East Oakland, 
fm Old Countv Road E of 
Fruit Val« av. NE. 
Sot NumbereJ. 
Peralta Heichts, E of 
Lake Merritt N of East 
Fourteenth. 
Peralta, East Oakland. (See 

Twenty-second av.) 
Peralta, E of Campbell fm 
First N to San Pablo av and 
Thirty-eighth. 
iMt. Street. West. 

aoo First 601 

700 Third 701 

Pacific 

760 Atlantic. 761 

800 William 801 

860 .Seventh 851 

BOO Eighth 901 

Taylor 

060 Ninth 951 

Seward 

Tenth 

1060 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth.. 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1260 Fifteenth 1251 

1800 Sixteenth 1301 

1360 Seventeenth 1351 

Junction Center. 

UOO Eighteenth 1401 

1450 Nineteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

leoo Twentj-second... .1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

^^^JHard!"'.'"} IWl 

Horton 

»00 Thirtieth, 2001 

Holden 

A 

Hollis 

nOO Thirty-second 2101 

Haven 

two Thirty-fourth. 2201 

B. 

Harlan. 
Watts. 

Thirty-ninth. 
Emery. 
San Pablo av. 
Peralta, East Oakland, E of 
Lake Merritt N of Brooklyn . 
Numbered. 
Lake. 
Capitol. 
Bay. 
Stone. 
Howard. ' 
Watson. 
Clinton. 

County road to Vor&gra 
Valley. 
Perry, continuation of Oak- 
land av N and E. 
Piedmont Air, E s of 
Pleasant Valley av N of Dale. 
Pierce, East Oakland. (See 

Eleventh av.) 
Pine, East Oakland, N 8 of 
Prospect nr Clinton. 
Not Numbered. 
Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 
Pine, bet Wood and Cedar fm 
Atlantic N to Twenty-sixth. 
East. Street. West. 

750 Atlantic 761 

800 William 801 



850 Seventh 851 

876 Goes . 871 

900 Short and Eighth. . . 901 

Chase 

Taylor 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

ll.=)0 Thirteenth 1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

ISOO Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty -second ....1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

Twenty-sixth and A. 
Pleasant "Valley Av, 
fm N end of Lake Merritt N 
to Piedmont av nr Cemetery. 
Not Numbered. 
Moss av. 
Cottage av. 
Dale av. 
Piedmont av. 
Linda av, 
Plnmas, bet Tehama and 
Sonoma fm E ■ Shattuck ar 
W to Adeline. 

Not Numberad. 
Shattuck av. 
Dover. 
Orove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Plymontk Av, bet Haw- 
thorne and Edwards fm 
Telegraph av E. 

Not Numbered. 

460 Andover 461 

Elm. 

Telegraph av. 
Polk, East Oakland. (See 

Twelfth av.) 
Poplar, bet Union and Eirk- 
ham fm First N to Peralta 
and Thirtieth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 601 

700 Third 701 

800 Kifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1801 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth 1501 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty -fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

Peralta. 
Pow<»ll, bet Montague av 
and Villa av fm San Pablo av 
W to the Bay. 

Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Twelfth, N Oakland. 
Eleventh, " 
Tenth, " 

Ninth, •« 

Eighth, " 

Seventh, •• 

Sixth, «• 

Fifth, - 

Fourth, " 

Third, •• 

Second, •' 

Fint. " 



Prospect. East Oakland, N 
of Peralta f ni Lake Merritt B 
to Fourth av. 

Numbered. 
Lake. 
Capitol. 
Bay. 
Stone. 
Howard. 
Terminus. 
Watson. 
Oak. 
Spruce. 
Pine. 
Clinton. 
Ji'nes. 
Prospect, bet Merrlmac 
and Orchard, fm E s of Tel- 
egraph av to city line . 
Not Numbered. 
Te:egraj)h av. 

460 Webster 451 

New Broadway. 

Putnam, East Oakland, fm 
County Road N. 

Not Numbered, 
County Road. 
Dunian. 
Hopkins 
Wilson . 
Millbury. 
Pntnam, fra Fruit Vale av 
N of Railroad av E to High. 
Not Nu bered. 
<^nincey. (See East Nine- 
teenth E of Thirteenth av.) 
Quincy, E Oakland, N of 
Munroe fm city line E. 
Not Numbered. 
Racine, fm Telecrraph av 
Junction of Merced N to Al- 
catraz av. 

Not Numbered. 
Mariposa Av. 
Rose. 
Thorn. 
Lilly. 
Colusa. 
Ratton Av. (See East 

Twenty-sixth. 
Iteed, East Oakland, E side 
Moraga Valley road N of 
Hampell. 

Not Numbered. 
Rose, bet Cherry and Thorn, 
from Racine E crossing Tel- 
egraph av. 

Not Numbered. 
Ruby, oS Weston bet Pearl 
and Gold, N. 

Not Numbered. 
San liCandro Read, con- 
tinuation of East Fourteenth 
E. 
Saunders. (See East 

Twentj'-second.) 
Second Av, E of First av 
from hASt Tenth N to East 
Sixteenth . 
East. Street. West. 

1000 East Ten th 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth . . .1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth. ...1301 

Second, bet First and Third 

fm Lake Merritt W to Mark. 
North . Street. South. 

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IM Ibdison 161 

NO Jackson 201 

K« Alice 2.^1 

too Harrison 801 

S50 Webster 851 

400 Franklin 401 

460 Broadway 451 

600 Washinjj'-ton 501 

650 Clay 651 

600 JeSerson 601 

•60 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

760 Brush 761 

800 Market 801 

8eceBd, Temescal, E of First 
KE fm Teniesc-aL 

Not N'umborad. 

TemescaL 

Birch. 

Summer. 

Clifton. 

Hudson. 

Forrest. 

College av. 
Seventeenth Av, E of 
Sixteenth av fm San Antonio 
Creek NE to East Twenty- 
Fourth. 
Bouth. Street. North. 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1150 East Thirteenth ...1151 
1200 East Fourteenth.... 1201 

1260 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

Independence Sqr. 
1460 East .Vineteenth.. 1451 

1500 East Twentieth 1501 

1560 East Twenty-first... 1.51 
1600 East T«entv-secondl6ol 
1660 East Twenty-third .1651 

Seventeenth, N of Six 
teenth fm Lake Merritt Wto 
tt e Bay. 
North. Street South. 

50 Fallon. 51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 151 

200 Jackson. 201 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

.=100 Telteraph ay 501 

526 San Pal.lo»y 525 

551 Clay 551 

6"0 Jefferson .. 601 

650 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

"50 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

850 Curtis 8.il 

900 .M.irket 901 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cvpress 1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1600 PeralU lf>01 

Sei-^nth Av, E of Sixth 
av fni E^st Eitrhteenth N to 
F.a^t Twentr-fourth, 
Esst. street. West. 

9.10 East Eighth 901 

9.50 Fa..*t Ninth 951 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1060 East Eleventh 10.^1 

1100 EastTw'lfth 1101 

1200 East F..urteerith 1201 

1250 Kast Fifteenth 1-261 

1300 East Sixteenth l.*<01 

13.50 East Seventeenth... 1351 

14';'0 Ea-xt Eiu'liteenth 1401 

1450 East Mneteenth. . .1451 

1600 East Twen tieth 1601 

1660 East Twenty-first.. .1661 



Id.jO E<t»(, T.««iil,\ -set.'i>iiu i6ji 
16.')0 E.i.^t Twentji-iliird. lt.51 
l^eventh, bat ' Sixiii and 
Eighth, tin Lake Merritt W 
to the Bay. 
North. Street. Bouth 

50 Fallon 61 

100 Oak 101 

l.'iO Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 .Alice 261 

300 Harrison 801 

360 Webster 851 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

600 Washington 501 

650 Clav 551 

600 Jefferson 601 

650 Grov« 6.51 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

900 .Market. 901 

950 .Mvitle. 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

120(1 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union ...1-251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cypress 1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1500 Chester 1501 

1.550 Henry 1551 

1600 Lewis" and Peralta..]601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

170O Willow 1701 

1750 Wo.Kl 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

IS.^O Cedar 1S51 

1900 Bay 1901 

Seward, bet Tavlor and 
l.iiiculn W 8 of Peralta to 
Bav. 
North. Street. South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

16,50 CampbelL 1651 

1700 Will.w 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1S.50 Cedar 18 1 

1900 Bay 1901 

t^haron, S of Alcatraz av fm 
College av W to Colby. 
Not Numbered^ 
College av. 
M' ulton. 
Shasta, bet Sonoma and 
Sutter fm Shattuck av W 
crossing Adel'ne (also one 
block E s of Telegraph av). 
-Not Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
Shattnek .4 v, from Forty- 
seventh and Telegraph av." 
Not Numbered. 
Forty-seventh. 
Alpine. 
Tehama. 
Plumaa. 
Sonoma. 
Shasta. 
Sutter. 
M»na 



Aleri.ed av. 
.Mariposa av, 
Bcn'on. 
Shell .Noand, Wof Kiag 

ICiibt Oakland, 
East. .-street. West. 

600 Livii.gbton 601 

55G Dennis"n .. 651 

500 Frederick .. .601 

Sherman Av, bet Thirty- 
sixth and Grant av fm Tele- 
{praph av E to Gold. 
Not Numbered. 
Short, N of Ooss fm Pine K 
to Bav. 

1800 P"in8 1801 

lS-26 Division 1825 

1S50 Cedar 1851 

190O Bay 1901 

Shney Ijane, fm S s of E 
Twenty-seventh W of Fruit- 
vale av S. 
Silver, bet Gold and Dia- 
mond fm Moss av N t« 
Weston. Not Numbered. 
Simpson Av, bet Twenty- 
third fm Grove E to Tele- 
graph av. 

Numbered from 
Telegrapii av 500. 
Sixteenth Av, E of Fif- 
teenth av fm San Antonio 
Creek to East Twenty-first. 
East. Street. West. 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth.. .1201 

1-260 Ea.st Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth ....1301 
l^^.'O East Seventeenth. . .1351 
14.50 East Nineteenth.... 1461 

l.WO East Twentieth 1501 

Sixteenth, N of Fifteenth 
fm Telegraph av W to the 
Bay. 
North. Street South. 

600 Telegraph ay. 601 

San Pablo ay 

5.50 C1.1V 661 

600 Jefferson 601 

6.^0 Grove 651 

700 (astro 701 

7.50 Brush 761 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

950 Myrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1061 

1100 Clitstnut 1101 

1150 .Adeline 1151 

120 MaLTiolia 1201 

1250 Union 1261 

130O Poplar 1801 

1350 Kirkham 1861 

1400 Cvpress 1401 

14.50 Center 1461 

1«00 Peralta. 1601 

16.50 Campbell 1661 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 Pine 1801 

1S50 Cedar 1861 

19«) Bav 1901 

Sixth Av, E of Fifth av fm 
East Ninth N to 1-Jwt Twen ■ 
tieth. 
East. Street. West 

950 East Ninth 951 

lOOO KastTenth ..1001 

1O50 East Eleventh .... 1051 

HOC East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth ..12ni 
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1800 But sixteenth 1301 

1860 Eajt Seventeenth. . . 1351 

1400 Eaat Eighteenth 1401 

1460 East Nineteenth. . ..14'.1 

Sixth, bet Fifth and S venth 

Ini Lake Men-ittW to Market. 

North. Street. Soutli 

60 Fallon 61 

100 Oak 101 

160 Madison 151 

»00 Ja'kson '>(>l 

260 -Alice 251 

800 Harrison Snl 

850 Webster 3il 

400 Fnmklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

600 Washington 501 

650 (lav 5.^1 

600 Jefferson 601 

660 Grove 651 

700 Castro 701 

760 Brash 751 

Market. 
Sonoma, bet Plumas and 
Shasta from E s Shattuck 
»v W to Adeline. 

Nut Numbered. 
Shattuck av. 
Do\er. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
South IVater Front, 
S of Water fm Lake .Merritt 
to Market (projected). 
Spruce, East Oakian l, het 
Pine and Oak X s of Pros- 
pect. Numbered. 
Lincoln. 
Excelsior. 
Stanley, bet Menio an<i 
Mariposa av fm Dov«r W to 
Adeline. 

Not Numbered. 

Dover. 

Grove. 

Adeline. 

Stevens, East Oakland, fm 

Count>R'.ad N. 

Numbered. 
Dunc;in. 
Hopkins. 
Wils.in. 
Millbury. 
Stone, E of Lake Merritt fm 
Broukj-n to Pro.ipect. 
Numbered. 
Bro.iklvn. 
Peralta. 
String:, bet Thirty-eighth 
and Fortieth N of summer 
fm Adeline NE one block. 
Strode. (See Fifth av.) 
Hinllivan. (Sea East 

Twent\ third.) 
Siiiiimer, E s of Clarem'^nt 
av X iif junction with Tele- 
graph av E. 

Not Numbered. 
Claremont. 
First av, Temescal. 
Second av, Temesi-al. 
Third av, Temescal. 
Bummer, N of junction 
of Thirty-eighth and Ade- 
line -NE one block. 

Not Numbered. 
Summit Av. Glen Echo 
Tract, E of Webster av. 



Summit, bet Telegraph av 
and Webster fm Prospect .V 
to Hawthorn av. 

Numbered. 

1950 Pro-tpect 1961 

Orchard. 
Summit, East Oakland, W 
of Uniiiu. Numbered. 
Lincoln, 
Montgomery. 
Grant. 
Clinton. 
Sumter, E of New Broad- 
way fm Anderson. 
Snri'hyne, W of Gladdine: 
f m A t o B. 

100 A 101 

200 B 201 

Mutter, bet Shasta and 
MenIo fm Shattuck av W to 
San Pablo a\'; also two 
blocks E 8 of Telegraph av. 
Not Numbered. 
Shattuck a v. 
Dover. 
Grov*. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
Adeline. 
S.vcamore, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twentv-sixth fm San 
Pablo av W to Telegraph av. 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 501 

650 Grove 651 

San Pablo ar. 

ISan Pablo A v. fm Junc- 
tion ')f Fourteenth & Broad- 
way Sts northerly to West 
Berkeley. 

1200 Fourteenth, eaat side. 

1251 Fifteenth, west side. 

13iX) Sixteenth. 

1350 Sevpnteenth. 

1400 Eighteenth. 

1450 Nineteenth, or Frederick, 

east side. 

1451 Curves, west side. 
1476 Williams, east side. 
1501 Grove, west side. 

1500 Twentieth, "r Delger.east 
side. 
Grove, west side. 

1526 Twenty-first, or Hobart, 
east side. 

1551 Twenty.first, west. 

1570 .Tones, east. 

1600 Twenty-second, or Char- 
ter. 

1625 Brush, west side. 

1650 Locust. 

1700 Twenty-fourth, or Elm, 
east 8i''e. 

1750 Twenty-fifth, or Laurel, 
east side. 

1776 Sycamore, ea.it side. 

ISOO Twenty-sixth, east side. 
Milton, west s de. 

1826 Park, east side. 

1825 Twenty - seventh, west 
side. 

1900 Twenty-eighth, or Wal- 
lace, east side. 
Twenty-eighth, west s'd. 

1950 Twenty-ninth, or Alden. 

1975 Market, west side. 

2000 Thirtieth, or Campb 11, 

east side, junction of 
Market. 

2001 Thirtieth, west side. 
2060 Thirtv-first. east tide. 



2051 MjTtle, west side. 

21<>0 Thirty-second, east side. 
2101 Twenty-second, west s'd. 

Brockliur.st, east side. 
2150 Thirty-third, or Nolan, 

east side. 
2201 Thirty-iourth , west side. 
2200 Thirtv-fouith, or Brown, 
east side. 

2250 Thirty -fitth, or WaltOO, 

east tide. 
Thirty -sixth, or Logan 
Telegraph Av. fm June 
tion of Broadway and Six- 
teenth, running northerly 
to East Berkeley. 
1300 Sixteenth. 
1350 Seventeenth. 
1400 Ei^'hteenth, east side, or 

Durant. 
1461 Nineteenth, west sida, 

or Frederick. 
14 East sid- Williams. 
1500 Twentieth, or Delger. 
1550 Twenty.first or Hobart 
1575 Jones, west side. 

1600 Walnut, east si ie. 

1601 Twenty-second, or Char- 

ter, west side. 
1651 Simpson av, west side. 
1650 Twenty-ihird, or Locust, 

east side. 
1701 Twenty-fourth, or Elm, 

west hide. 
1750 Twenty-fifth, or Laurel, 

east side. 
1901 Sycamore, west side. 
180O Bay Place, east side. 
lihl Knox, west side. 

1900 Alerrimae, east side. 

1901 Albion, west side. 

19.il Caledonia av, west sid* 
1950 Prospect av, east side. 
2001 lliirtieth. west side. 
200O Orchard, east side. 
2051 Thirty-first, west side. 
•-'076 Hawthorne av, east side, 
2100 Thirty-second, west side. 

2200 Ply n 1 outh , east side . 

2201 Thirty-fourth, or Brow*. 

west side. 

2251 Thirty-fifth, or V£!t«B|, 
west side. 

2250 Edwards, east side. 

Tliirty-sixtb, or Logan. 

Taylor, bet Chase and 

Seward f m I'eralta E to Bay. 

North. Street. South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

16'.n Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 Pine ...1801 

1850 Cedar 1861 

1900 Bay 1901 

T-'.vlor, East Oakland. (See 

Tenth av.) 
Tihnma, S of Plumas fm 
Shattuck av W to Temescal 
Creek . 

Not Numbered. 
Sl.attuck av. 
Dover. 
Grove. 
Genoa. 
Calais. 
TemeMcal, S of Birch ttt 
New Broa<lway E to Tele- 
graph a' . 

Not Numbered. 
Broadway. 



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Liberty. 
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Cherry. 
Maple. 
Tenth Av, E of Ninth ai 
(m Kaat Tenth N to Eivst 
Twentieth. 
Ea»t. Street. West. 

1950 Kajit Ninth ... 951 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1061 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth ... '201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth .... 1301 
1850 East Seventeenth. . . 1351 
1400 . ast Eighteenth.... 1401 

1450 East Nineteenth 1461 

Tenth, N of Ninth fm E 
fruiit. Lake Merntt, W to 
Peralta. 
North. Street. South. 

60 Fallon il 

100 Oak 101 

X50 Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Aliie 261 

800 Harrison 801 

850 Webster 851 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

600 Washington 601 

660 Clay 551 

800 Jefferson CO i 

650 Grove $51 

700 Caatro 701 

750 Brush 751 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

960 Myrtle .. 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adelini/ 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1260 Union 1251 

1800 Poplar 1301 

1850 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cvpress 1401 

1450 Center 1451 

1600 Chester 1501 

Peralt*. 
Third Av, E of Second av 
tra E^bt Eighth N to Eaat 
Sixteenth. 
East. Street. West. 

900 East Ei^'lith 901 

960 East Ninth 951 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth UOl 

1200 East Fiiurteenth.... 201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

Third, bet Si:cond and 
Fonr'h fm Lake Merritt W 
to Peralta. 
North. Street. South. 

60 Fallon 61 

100 Oak 101 

160 .Madison 151 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice '-iSl 

800 Harrison 801 

850 Webster 861 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 451 

50O Washington 601 

460 Clay Ml 



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000 JeffersoQ. 001 

850 Uiove 061 

700 Castro 701 

7.'^0 Brash.. 751 

900 -Market 901 

'.<:>u .Mvrtle 951 

IO(J() Hlbert 1001 

lO.iO Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1'.50 Adeline 1151 

1200 Maynoha 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 13 '1 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1400 < vpress 1401 

1460 Center 1451 

1500 Chester 1.501 

IV.O Henry 1551 

Lewis. 
Peralta. 
Third, Temescal, E of 
Second running NE fm Tem- 
escal. 

Not Numb«red. 
Teuiescal. 
Birch. 
Summer. 
Clifton. 
Hudson. 
Forrest. 
College av. 
Thirteenth Av, K of 
Twelfth av fm East Eleventh 
NE to Peralta. 
East. Street. West. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth UOl 

120 ) East Fointeenth 1201 

1250 East Fifteenth . ...1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seienteenth... 1351 

1400 East Eighteenth 1401 

1450 East Nineteenth.. .1451 
1500 East Twentieth... .1501 
1550 East Tvveuty-flrst. . .1561 
leOO East Twenty-second 1601 
1650 East Twenty-third.. 1651 
/'OO Eaht Twenty-fourth 1701 
Peralta. 

Co Rd to Moraga Valley. 

Thirtet'Bth, N of Twel'th 

fmE Front, nr Lake Merritt 

W to Market and fm Center 

W to Pine. 

North. Street. South. 

50 Kallou .51 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 161 

200 Jackson 201 

250 Alice 251 

300 Harrison 801 

360 Webster 861 

400 Franklin 401 

460 Broadway 451 

600 Washington 501 

650 Clay 651 

600 Jefferson 601 

850 Grove 861 

700 Castro 701 

760 Brush 761 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

1460 Center 1461 

1600 Peralta 1«01 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow ...1701 

1760 W0od 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Thirtieth At, or Jalia, 
E of Twaotyninth av. 



Thirtieth, bet Twenty 
•■iL'lith and Thirty-second fm 
Telegraph av W to Peralta. 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 601 

650 Grove ... 861 

800 West 801 

900 Market and S P ar.. 901 

950 .Mvrtle 961 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden 1061 

1100 Chestnut UOl 

1150 Adeline 1161 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1261 

Poplar and Peralta. 
Thirty-eighth, fm Tele- 
graph av W to Adeline nr 
junction uf San Pablo av. 
Not Numbered. 
Telt;,'raph av. 
Groie. 
West. 
Market. 
Thirty-first, N of Thlr 
tietli fm Telegraph av W to 
San Pablo av. 
North. Street. South. 

500 Telegraph av 601 

660 Grove 661 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

San Pablo av. 
Thirty -fourth, b«l 
Thirty sec. nd and Thirty- 
sixth" ini Telegraph av W to 
Peralta. 

500 Telegraph av 601 

650 Grove 851 

800 Wesr 801 

9oO Market 901 

1050 S P av and Linden. .1061 

1100 Chestaut UOl 

1160 Adeline 1161 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

Peralta. 
Thirty ninth or <ireary, 
fm Telegraph av W to Adit- 
line. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
Thlrty-seeond, N o< 
Thirtv -first fm Telegiapli av 
W to Peralta. 
North. Street. South. 

600 Telegraph ar 501 

650 Grove 651 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

950 San I'ablo av 961 

1000 Filbert. 1001 

1050 Linden .... ......1051 

1100 Chestnut.. UOl 

1150 Adeline 1161 

1200 Ma-nolia 1201 

1250 Union 1261 

Peralta. 
Thirty-seventh, fm Tel- 
egraph av W to San Pablo 
av. 

Not Numbered. 
Telegraph av. 
Grove. 
West. 
Market. 
San Pablo av. 
Thlrty-Hixth or I<osmB« 
N boundarjclty line fm Til- 
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600 Telegraph • v 601 

•c.O CJrin e 661 

KOO West 801 

900 Market. 901 

1100 S H av and ChestnutllOl 

1160 Adelin* ll.'il 

Pernlta & Ma<,'nolia. 
Thompson, S of Norris fm 
MoultiM, to Colby. 

Ni't Numherpfl. 
Thorn, let Lilly ud Rom 
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j:raph ai. Not .\u ...creii. 
Todd, b^ McKue aiiu FalCoo 
batf K s of Urovu coutmuiu|f 
^V' to Suu Pablo av. 
Not Nuu)ber«d. 
Grove. 
Adeline av, 
Genoa. 
Calais. 

Third av, T«mMC»L 
Baker. 
Herzog. 
San Pablo av. 
Twelfth At, £ of Eleventh 
av fm Kast lenth N£ to East 
Twentieth. 
East. Street. West. 

1000 East Tenth 1001 

1050 Ea.t Eleventh 1061 

llOu EastTwelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth.. .1201 

1260 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth . .1351 
1400 East Eighteenth. ...1401 
1450 East Nineteenth. ...1451 
Twelfth, N of Eleventh fm 

Lake Merritt W to the bay. 
North. Street. South. 

60 Fallon 61 

100 Oak 101 

150 Madison 151 

100 Jackson 201 

260 Alice 261 

800 Harrison 801 

850 Webster 851 

400 Franklin. 4ol 

450 Broadway. 461 

600 Washington 601 

650 Clay 661 

flOO Jefferson 001 

650 Grove 861 

700 Castro 701 

750 Brush 761 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

950 Myrtle... t 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1060 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1301 

1860 Kirkham 1351 

1400 Cj press 1401 

14.0 Ctnter 1451 

1500 Chester. 1601 

16u0 Pui-alta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 Hne 1801 

186(J Cedar. _ 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Twentieth At, E of Nine- 
teenth av fm East Eleventh 
NE to East Twenty-first. 



East. Street. West. 

1060 EastEleTenth 105 

1100 EastTwelfth 110 

1200 last Fourteenth. ..120 

1250 East Fifteenth 125 

1300 East Sixteenth 130 

1350 East Seventeenth ..185 
1450 East Nineteenth.. ,.145 

1500 East Twentieth 160: 

Twentieth, N of Nine- 
teetith fm Lake Merritt W 
to Market knd fm w s ol 
.\rarket N of Twenty-firsi 
W to the Bay. 
North. Street. South 

300 Harrison 80 

350 Webster 85 

400 Franklin 40: 

450 Broadway 45 

600 Telegraph aT 60 

650 SanPabloav 65 

650 Grove 65 

700 Castro 70: 

750 Brush 76 

800 West 80 

850 Curtis 85 

900 Market 90 

950 Mvrtle 95 

1000 Filbert 100 

1050 Linden 106 

1100 Chestnut 110 

1150 Adeline 115 

1200 Magnolia 120 

1250 Union 125 

1300 Poplar 130 

1360 Kirkham 185 

Cypress 

1600 Peralta 160 

1650 Campbell 165 

1700 WUlow 170 

1760 \Vood 175 

1800 Pine 180; 

1850 Cedar 185 

1900 Bay 190: 

Tw<>nty-«ishth, be 
Twenty-sixth and Thirtieth 
fm Telegraph av W to Beach. 
North. Street. South, 

600 Telegraph av 601 

650 Grove 651 

850 San Pablo ar 861 

900 Market »01 

950 Mvrtle 951 

1000 Filbert 1001 

1050 Linden lOol 

1100 Chestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline 1151 

12(Xi Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 poplar 1301 

1600 Peralta 1601 

Hubbard. 
Halleck. 

Twenty-flfth or £iaa- 

rel, bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth fm Broadway 
W to San Pablo %r. 
North. Street, South. 

450 Broadway 461 

650 Grove 651 

San Pablo av 

Twenty-first Av. E of 
Twentieth av fm East Elev- 
enth NE to East Thirtieth. 
East. Street. Werfi. 

1050 East Eleventh 1051 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth ...1201 

1250 East Ff tee nth 1261 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 Bast Seventeenth. . . 1351 



1460 lilast Nineteenth .... 1461 

1500 East Twentieth... .1601 

1550 East Twenty-first. . .1581 

1600 Eust Twenty-second 1601 

1650 East Twenty third .1651 

1700 East Twenty-fourth 1701 

1750 East Twenty-fifth . ..1761 

1800 East Twenty-sixth . . 1801 

1860 E. Twenty-seventh 1861 

1900 E. Twentveighth .1901 

1950 E. Twenty-ninth . . .1961 

Twenty-flrst, N of Twen. 
tieth fm N. Broadway W to 
Market. 
North. Street. South. 

Broadway. 

600 Telegraph ar 601 

650 Grove 651 

660 San Pablo ar 661 

750 Brush 761 

80) West 801 

850 Curtis 861 

900 Market . 901 

Twenty-fourth At, ■ 

of Twenty third ar fm East 

Eleveiith'NE to city line. 

East. Street. West. 

1060 East Eleventh. . . . 1061 

1100 East Twelfth 1101 

1200 East Fourteenth 1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1261 

1300 East Sixteen th 1301 

1350 FASt Seventeenth... 1861 
1450 East Nineteenth . . .1461 

1500 East Twentieth 1601 

1550 East Twenty-first . . . 1661 

Twenty-third At, E of 

Twenty-second av fm East 

Eleventh NE to city line. 

East. Street. West. 

600 East Eleventh 901 

1050 East Twelfth 1051 

1200 East Fourteen th .... 1201 

1250 East Fifteenth 1251 

1300 East Sixteenth 1301 

1350 East Seventeenth . . 1861 
1450 East Nineteenth . .. .1451 
1500 East Twentieth. ...1501 
1560 East Twen ty -first. . . 1651 
Twenty-fonrth or Elm, 
bet Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth fm city line W to San 
Pablo av ana fm Market to 
the Bay. 
North. Street. South. 

850 Webster 851 

450 Broadway 461 

Valley 

600 Telegraph ar 601 

650 Grove S61 

San Pablo ar 

900 Market 901 

950 Myrtle 961 

000 Filbert 1001 

1060 Linden 1061 

1100 Chestnut JllOl 

1160 Adeline 1151 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1251 

1300 Poplar 1801 

1350 Kirkham 1351 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1760 Wood 1761 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

Twenty-second Av, E 
of Twenty-first av fm East 
Eleventh NE to East Twenty 
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660 East Eleventh-. 661 

eoo East Twelfth . .. eOl 

700 East Fourteenth . . 701 

760 East Fifteenth 761 

800 East Sixteenth 801 

860 Kast Seventeenth .. 861 

1000 East Nineteenth... .1001 

1060 East Twentieth 1051 

Twenty-second, N of 

Twenty-first fm Lake Merritt 
to the bay, E of San I'ablo 
*T called Charter, E of Tele- 
graph av call.;d Walnut. 
North. Street. South. 

260 Waverly Place 261 

276 Valdez 275 

850 Webster 350 

400 Franklin 401 

450 Broadway 4 1 

500 Tele^'raph av 601 

850 Grove 651 

San Pablo »r 

750 Brush ... 751 

800 West 8ui 

S.'iO Curtis 8.TI 

900 Alarke; 9oi 

950 MvrtiB 951 

1000 Filbert looi 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Uliestnut 1101 

1150 Adeline iioi 

1200 Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union 1261 

1300 l-<oplar 1301 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1751 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

Twenty-Sixth, N of Syca- 
more fm Grove W to Ba\-. 
North. Street. South." 

650 Grove 651 

800 West 801 

850 San Pablo av 8.51 

900 Market 905 

950 Mvrtle 951 

1000 Filbert looi 

1050 Linden 1051 

1100 Chestnut lloi 

1150 Adeline ii5i 

12iX) Magnolia 1201 

1250 Union IT.i 

1300 Poplar ...» 1301 

IS.iO Kiikliam IS.M 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 16.')1 

1700 VVill,.w 1701 

17.^0 Wood 1751 

l8iK) Pine 1801 

185(1 Cedar 1851 

19.-0 Bay 1901 

T wen ty- t hlr«l, bet 
Twj'Mty-second and Twenty- 
fourth fm city line to San 
Pablo av. 
Nnrt . Street. South. 

2.">0 Waverlv Place 2'.1 

27fi Valdez 275 

350 Webster 851 

450 Bniadwav 451 

600 Telegraph »T 501 

B.'^^O Crove 651 

San Pablo av. 

Tweiit.v-tlilrd or fjo 
cuMt, fm Telegraph av to 

I'ltv line. 
600 ' Tele.;riiph 601 



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Fourtaentb av and Linooln . 
Lincoln. 
Montgt>DMr7. 
Grant 
Clinton. 
County road. 
Duncan. 
Hopkini. 
Wilson. 
Millbury. 
Union, Bet Magnolia and 
Poplar fm First N to Peralta. 
Kast. Street. WeHt. 

6U0 First atJl 

700 Third 701 

800 Fifth 801 

850 Seventh 851 

900 Eighth 901 

1000 Tenth looi 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Kighteenth 1401 

14!)0 Nitieteenth 1451 

1500 Twentieth. 1501 

1600 Twenty-second. 1601 

1 00 Twenty-fourth 1701 

l'<00 Tv-:>n ty -«i.^tn 1801 

1900 Twenty-eighth 1901 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2100 Thirty-second 2101 

Peralta. 

Valdez, E of Webster fm 

Walnut or Twenty-second N. 

Not Numbered. 

"Valdea:, East Oakland, W of 

Kennedy. 
North. Street. South. 

650 Livingston 651 

600 Dennison 601 

550 Frederick... 651 

Valleeito Av, E s Blair av 

N of Piedmont av. 
Vaili'y, bet Telegraph av 
and Broadway N fm Twenty- 
second to Twenty-fourth. 
East. Street. West 

2 Twenty-second 3 

50 Twenty third 61 

Vernal Av, end of Blair 
av. Piedmont. 

Not Numbered. 
Vernon, K of Pleasant Val- 
ley av fm Cottajre N. 
Not Numbered. 
Vernon, R of Oakland av 
fm Bay Pla.e NE. 

Not .Vumbered. 
Vernon, N of Birch fmNev 
Broadway E to Liberty. 
Not Numbered. 
Broadway. 
Beiker. 
Diamond. 
Vicente, E of Telegraph av 
fm Cla'emont av N. 
Not Numbered. 
Clarenii>nt av. 
Shasta. 
Sutler. 
Mir iida. 
Villa Av, bet Wiards Lane 
and Powell im .San Pablo av 
W to Oakland Trotting Park. 
Not Numbered. 
San Pablo av. 
Twelfth, N. Oakland. 
Eleventh, •' 
Tenth, 

Nintli, " 

Eighth, •• 



Trotting Park. 
Walker At, bet Anbura 

and Fortv-third fm Adeline 
W to Oaklati.l Trotting Park. 
.\'>i .Numbered. 
Adeline. 
San Paklo ar. 
Watts. 

Trotting Park, 
1% aiker, East Oakland. (See 

Thirteenth av.) 
Wallace. (See Twenty- 

ei|,'l]tii.) 
Walnut. (See Twentv-fint) 
Walsworth Av, fm Pros- 
pect E of New Broadway NE. 
Not Numbered. 
Walton, S of Thirty-sixth 
fm Telejiraph av W to San 
Pablo av. 
North. Street South. 

.WD I'clegraphav 501 

65u Grove 651 

800 West 801 

900 Market 901 

Warren, fm Fruit Vale av s 
of Railroad av E to High. 
Not Numbered. 
Washington, W of Broad- 
way im First to Fourteenth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 First 606 

650 Second 651 

700 Third 701 

760 Fourth 761 

800 Fifth 801 

826 Sixth 825 

850 Seventh S.")! 

900 Eighth 901 

950 Ninth 9.51 

1000 Tenth 1001 

1060 Eleventh 1051 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1151 

12()0 Fourteenth. 1201 

^V a s h i neton i^quare, 

het Ea-st Twelfth and East 
Fourteenth and Seventh and 
Eighth a vs. 
Washington, East Oak- 
land, fm Fruit Vale av N of 
Putnam E to High. 
Not Numbered. 
Washington, East Oak- 
land. (See East Tweltth.) 
W ater, S of First fm Lake 
Merritt W to .Market (pro- 
jected). 
Watson, E of Lake Merritt 
from Atliol av nr Fourth av 
N to Ex'elsior. 
Brooklyn. 
I'eralta. 
Prospect. 
Watts, bet Emery and Har- 
lan fm Peralta N to creek. 
Not Numbered. 
Peralta. 

Verba Buena ar. 
Park av. 
\V;ilker av. 
.Auburn. 
Cree'i. 
W^averly, E of Valdei fm 
Locust or Twenty-third. N. 
East. Street. West. 

l«r.o Twenty-third 1851 

Wayne Av, E of Lake Mor 
ritt, Peralta Heights. 
Lake Shore av 1 . 
Webster, bet Harrison and 



"OLD LINE" "'ft 



INSURANCE ths CHEAPEST; 

:ifi AVERAGE YSARLV COST ONI.V 

100 per $1000 for 1©^ Years. 
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Agents for the Murphy Carriagre Varnishes, 
Heath & Milligan's Mixed Paints and Colors, 
Neal's Carriagre Paints and Senour Floor Paints 



fM Atlantlo 761 

KruiUin fm 8 wattr front N 
to Hawthorn. 
Cut. titreet \7e8t. 

660 South W»tw Front. 661 

600 First 001 

860 Second . . 061 

700 Third 701 

760 Fourth 761 

800 Fifth.., 801 

K6 Sixth 825 

860 Sfventh 861 

800 Eighth 801 

850 Ninth 861 

10(10 Tenth 1001 

1060 Eleventh 1061 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth 1161 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1400 Eighteenth. 1401 

1600 Twentieth 1601 

*000 Wahiut or Twentj- 

second 1001 

1650 Twenty-third or Lo- 

ctist 1661 

1700 Twenty-fo'thorEImlTOl 
1760 Twenty-fifth or Lau- 
rel 1761 

1800 New Broadway. .. 1801 
1800 Junction Bay Place.lSOl 

1800 Merrimac Place 1901 

1860 Prospect. 1951 

SOOO Orchard 2001 

Hawthorn. 
Webster, East Oakland. 

(See East Eighteenth.) 
Webster or Cemetery 
Av,fm Junction New Broad- 
way at Hawthorn, NE to 
Cemetery. 

Not Numbered. . 
Broadway. 
Mason. 
Booth. 
OaslceU. 
John. 
Mather. 
West, E of Market fm Sixth 
N to Twenty-second and fm 
Twenty-sixth E of San Pablo 
ay N to Forty-eighth. 
East. Street. West. 

600 Sixth 601 

860 Seventh 851 

800 Eighth 801 

860 Ninth 851 

1000 Tenth.... 1001 

1060 Eleventh 10.il 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth 1161 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1260 Fifteenth 1251 

1300 Sixteenth 1801 

13.S0 Seventeenth 1861 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 i 

1460 Nineteenth 14fil 



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1600 Twentieth 1801 

1520 Twenty -first 1625 

1550 Lydia 1651 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

1860 Twenty-seventh... .1861 
1800 Twenty-eighth...... 1801 

1960 Twenty-ninth 1851 

2000 Thirtieth 2001 

2050 Thirtj-flrst 2061 

210O Thirty-second... ..2101 

2126 Broclihurst 2126 

3160 Thirty-third 2161 

2200 Thirty-fourth 2201 

2260 Thirty-fifth 2261 

Thirty-sixth. 
Thirty-seventh. 
Tliirty-eighth. 
Apgar. 
Thirty-ninth. 
Fortieth or Etojt »t. 
Forty-first. 
Forty-second. 
Forty-thurd. 
Forty-fourth. 
Forty-fifth, 
Forty-sixth. 
Forty-seventh. 
Tehama. 
^Vest Eleventh. (See 
Eleventh fm EUrkham W to 
Center.) 
West Ninth. (See Ninth 

fm Kirkham to Peralta.) 
W^eston Av, continuation 
of Thirty-eighth N of Moss 
av fm Telegraph av E to New 
Broadway. Not numbered. 
Telegraph ar. 
PearL 
Ruby. 
Gold. 
Silver. 
Diamond. 
Broadway. 
Wiards Liane, bet Villa 
av and Auburn fm San Pablo 
W to Oakland Trotting Park. 
Not Numbered. 
IFilliam, S of Seventh w 

a of Peralta to Bay, 
North. Street. South. 

1600 Peralta 1601 

1650 Campbell 1651 

1700 Willow 1701 

1750 Wood 1761 

1800 Pine 1801 

1850 Cedar 1851 

1900 Bay 1901 

IVilliam. ^See Nineteenth.) 

500 Telegraph 601 

W^illow. W of Campbell fm 
Pacific N to Beach and 
Twenty-eighth. 
East. Street West 

Pacific. 



800 WUUara......^.... 801 

860 Seventh. ......... 861 

876 Goss 876 

800 Eighth 801 

Chase. 
Taylor. 
1000 Seward 1001 

1060 Lincoln 1061 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1160 Thirteenth .1151 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1260 Fifteenth 1251 

1800 Sixteenth. 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1600 Twentieth 1601 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth IWl 

1800 Twenty -sixth 1801 

Beach. 

Wilson, bet UlUbury and 
Hopkins e ■ of Moraga 
Valley road. 

Union. 

Putnam. 

Stevens. 

Wood, bet Willow and Pine 

fm Pacific N to A. 
East. Street West 

Pacific. 

760 Atlantic 761 

800 William 801 

850 Seventh 861 

876 Goss 876 

eoo Eighth, 801 

Chase. 
Taylor. 

1000 Seward 1001 

1050 Lincoln 1061 

1100 Twelfth 1101 

1150 Thirteenth 1161 

1200 Fourteenth 1201 

1300 Sixteenth 1301 

1400 Eighteenth 1401 

1500 Twentieth... 1601 

1600 Twenty-second 1601 

1700 Twenty-fourth 1701 

1800 Twenty-sixth 1801 

A 

Terba Bnena A-v, N ol 
B, fm San Pablo av N to the 
Bay. 

Not Numbarad. 
San Pablo av. 
Emery. 
Watts. 
Harlan. 
Haven. 
Hollis. 
Holden. 
Horton. 
Hubbard. 
Halleck. 
Beach. 
Oladdhif. 
Bay. 



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ADAMS JOHN S. pliy^ician and surgeon, 514 Albion, res same 

AINSWORTH J CCAPT. president Central Bank, NE cor Broad- 
way and 14th, res s s Vernon ave nr College ave 

ANTHONY A G. physician and surgeon, 855 Broadway, res 16U7 
Sth cor Peialta 

Anthonv Edward H. student, res 1607 Sth cor Peralta 

BARNARD W E & SON. I'eal estate and loans, 468 9th 

Behrens Walter N F, clerk, S F, res 566 William 

Belden Frank, letter carrier, res 708 6th 

Belvidere (The) lodging house, Mrs Carl Hesse propr, SGli Clay 

Bruenn A, pianos and musical mdse, 1070 Broadway 

Burger Frank E, letter carrier, res 520 16th 

Cameron Ashley D, letter carrier, res 407 12th 

CENTRAL BANK. Capt J C Ainsworth president, W G Palman- 
teer vice president, C R Yates cashier, NE cor Broadway 
and 14th 

Colburn M F Rev, pastor Eighth Avenue M E Church, res 1310 
8th ave 

Farr Henrv L. clerk Home Savings Bank. S F, les 678 16th 

MILLER J K. nianager Saturday Fnss, 1271 San Pablo aye 

PACIFIC COAST MUSIC. DRAMATIC AND LECTURE BU- 

REAU. Horace A Redfield manager and proprietor, 1013 

Broadway 
REDFIELD HORACE A. manager and proprietor Pacific Coast 

Music, Dramatic and Lecture Bureau, 1013 Broadway, res 

588 Hobart 
SATURDAY PRESS (illustrated weekly) J K Miller manager. 

1271 San Pablo ave 
WIMER & OLNEY (W J Wimer and Elbert Olney) general 

at'ents and commission merchants, 525 16th — removed from 

510 10th 



SAN FRANCISCO WIRE WORKSggg^^f^^IJji^^gj'j^^g^^^ 

Manufacturers of Store Fixtures, Wire Forms, Arches, Hat and 



DR, C. S. WESTON, 

DENTIST 

Formerly Dr. Cornwall's Office, 

1069 BROADWAY, near 12th St. 

OAKLAND, CAL. 



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STENCILS, RUBBER TYPE. DATERS, ETC. 

ALL WOOK VTp«T.ci.A<-,Q QTTVD FOR PRICES 

432 WASHINGTON ST. 





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ABBREVIATIONS, ETC. 



Alameda Mac. Co. — Alameda Macadam- 
izing Co. 

Cal. Door Co. — California Door Co. 

Cal. Pottery & T, C. Co.— California 
Pottery & Terra Cotta Co. 

Con. P. 0. Co. — Consolidated Piedmont 
Cable Co. 

Con. Y. & V. Wks — Consumers' Yeast 
and Vinegar Works. 

C. C. L. Co. — Contra Costa Laundry 
Co. 

C. C. W. Co.— Contra Costa Water 
Co. 

Eagle B. & M. Co. —Eagle Box and Man- 
ufacturing Co. 

G. E,. & M. Co. — Gurney Refrigerating 
and Milling Co. 

Ind. Plan. Mills — Independent Planing 
Mills. 

Mt. V. Cem. — Mountain View Ceme- 
tery. 

O. A. P. & T. C. W'ks- Oakland Art 
Pottery and Terra Cotta Works. 

0. B. & F. Ry. Co.— Oakland, Brooklyn 
and Fruitvale Railway Co. 

0. C. St.Ry. Co.— Oakland Consolidated 
Street Railway Co. 

O. Cable R. Co.— Oakland Cable Rail- 
way Co. 

O. E. L. & M. Co.— Oakland Electric 
Light and Motor Co. 

0. F. D. — Oakland Fire Department. 



O. 



F. & V. Co.— Oakland Fruit and Prod- 
uce Co. 

G. L & H. Co.— Oakland Gas, Light 
and Heat Co. 

G. C. & D. Co.— Oakland Gurney 
Cab and Delivery Co. 
, Pav. Co. — Oakland Paving Co. 
Plan. Mills— Oakland Planing Mills. 

P. C. L.& Mill Co.— Pacific Coast Lum- 
ber and Mill Co. 

P. C. Plan. Mills— Pacific Coast Planing 
Mills. 

Pac. I. & N .Co. — Pacific Iron and Nail 
Co. 

P. P. Pub. Co.— Paci6c Press Publishing 
Co. 

P. P. Tel. Cable Co.— Pacific Postal Tele- 
graph Cable Co. 

People's Ex. & T. Co. — People's Express 
and Transfer Co. 

P. P. C. Co.— Pullman Palace Car Co. 

P. S. L. Co. — Puget Sound Lumber Co, 

S. P. Co. — Southern Pacific Co. 

S. Tel. Tel. Co.— Sunset Telephone Tele- 
graph Co. 

U. C. — University of California. 

Went worth B. & S. Co.— Wentworth 
Boot and Shoe Co. 

W. S. & O. T. Co.— Whitney Standard 
and Oakland Transfer Co. 

W. U. Tel. Co.— Western Union Tele- 
graph Co. 



Names belonging in Fruitvale, Golden Gate, Temescal, and Emery- 
ville, will be found in the Oakland portion of the work, as it is found more satis- 
factory to have them arranged in this manner, owing to the boundaries being so 
indefinite, and it will lessen the trouble of searching for names. 



A Mon Chateau, A R Gruggel propr. 
Pleasant Valley road and Linda ave, 
Piedmont 

Aaron David, tailor, 260 8th, res same 
" Ernest, student, res 260 8th 

Abadie John B (Manoubrere & Abadie) 
res 516 6th 



Abbay Jas N, engineer S P Co, res 955 

Willow 
Abbey Alfred, sec Great Eastern Quick- 
silver Mining Co, 613 Market, res 
918 Adeline 
' ' Cecelia Miss, res 807 Market 
" Edgar W, accountant, S F, res 1318 

Castro 
" F J Mrs, res 1318 Castro 



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1064-1036 Broadway, Oakland. 



McGOYERN, CAHILL & CO , 

1058 & 1060 Broadway, Oakland. 



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Abbey Richard, pres Great Eastern Quick- Abrahamson Hugo (Abrahamson Bros) 

silver Mining Co, G13 Market, res res 716 10th 

91S Adeline " Jacob, res 716 10th 

Abbott Albert F, clerk S P Co, res The " Julius (Abrahamson Bros) res 71G 

Arlington 10th 

" Alfred U, hackman P Pumyea. res Abrams J, plasterer, res 1111 Dennison 





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761 Washington 

Annie Mrs, res San Pablo ave nr 
Klinkner ave, mail Golden Gate 

Byron, driver Bro >klyn Planing Mills 
Co, res 718 E 14th 

Carl H, atty at aw and notary pub- 
lic, 854^ Broadway, rms 1, 2 and 3, 
res 118 nth 



Katie Miss, dressmaker Mrs Eva La 
Vanway, res 1111 Dennison 
" "Wm, car repairer S P Co, res 1111 

Dennison 
Abrego Ledi Miss, res 935 Filbert 
" Lulu Miss, res 935 Filbert 
" Ysmael M, salesman, S F, res 935 
Filbert 



Frank L, clerk E S Watrous, res 1652 Abreu Anton, laborer, res 9SS E22d 



7th 

" Fredk, varnisher, res San Pablo ave 
nr Klinkner ave, mail Golden Gate 

" Granville D, clerk supt's office S PCo, 
res 118 11th 

" Granville S Kev D D, res 118 11th 

" Hetty B Mrs, res 826 Magnolia 

" John P, baggageman S P Co, I6th St 

Depot, res 1713 Seward 
ABBOTT S B, president and manager 
Brooklyn flaning Mills Co, N W cor 
E 12th and 15th ave, res 718 E 14th 

" Solon M, hairdresser, res 1115 Broad- 
way, rm 28 

" Solon MMrs, hairdresser, 11 15 Broad- 
was, rm 28, res same 

" Thos J, saddler, S F, res E 33d nr 
14th ave 

" Wm Jr, student telegraphy, 16thi 

Street Station S P Co, res S F 1 

Abel Gt-o H, rancher, res 668 16th i 

Abele Me. a Mrs, midwife, 913 Chester, 

res same 

" Robert F, res 913 Chester 
Abell Florence (J Miss, compositor P P 
Pub Co, res 729 11th 

" Gerald S, city numberer, office rm 1 
City Hall and sole agent Walters' 
Napa Co Soda, res 729 11th 

" J M Mrs, res 729 11th 
Abercrombie E A B Mrs, res 1211 Alice 

.A.bernethy Emma E Miss, res 578 13th 

" Henry, blacksmith S PCo, res Berke- 
ley 

" Henry, employe Brooklyn Planing 
Mills Co, res San Leandro 
ABIETENE REMEDIES, D F Fryer 
manufacturer and proprietor, 1414 
San Pablo ave 

Abraham John, farmer, mail cor Lynda 
and BVuitvale ave, res Peralta nr 
Lynde, Fruitvale 

Abrahams Frank, barber Aronson & 
Rust, res 836 Isabella 



Francisco, laborer Brooklyn Tannery, 

res 988 E 22d 
" John, laborer, res 1011 E 22d 
" Manuel, laborer, res 1009 E 22d 
" Philome Miss, spinner Cal Cotton 

Mills, res 1009 E 22d 
Abrott Henry, res SW cor Elizabeth and 

Mabel, mail Golden Gate 

ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF 

LOURDES.hoarding and day school, 

conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, 

E loth and loth ave 
Achard Chas, carriage trimmer, 367 11th, 

res 836 Franklin 
Acliard Chas A, died October 18, 1891 
•' Laura Miss, res 369 11th 
" Laura E Mrs, res 369 Uth 
•' Wm L, clerk W S & T Co, res 369 

11th 
Acbession Peter, seaman, res s s Eliza- 
beth nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden 

Gate 
Achs Oscar, tailor Brown & McKinnon, 

res n s Bon Ton ave nr San Pablo 

ave, mail Golden Gate 
Acker Edward M . carpenter mill SP Co, 

res 944 Wood 
" Nicholas A, patent atty, res 1265 26th 

ave, Fruitvale 
Ackerberg Axel, tailor, res 1263 Center 
" Matilda Miss, res 1263 Center 
" Nelson P, blacksmith, res 1263 Cen- 
ter 
Ackerman Albert H, crockery, 1003 

Broadway, res SOS 10th 
" Fred A, conductor S P Co, res 1393 

12th 
" Harts, res 808 10th 
" Jacob J, clerk Park Exchange Hotel, 

mail Emeryville 
" J H, rattan work and baby carriages, 

1063 Washington, res S F 
" John D, clerk, SF, res Galindo Hotel 
" see also Akerman 



■' Jacob, salesman Samuel Meyer, res Acme Athletic Club, J J Hanifiii Jr 
836 Isabella pres, C H Lutkey sec, class nights 

Abrahamson Bros (Julius and Hugo) dry every Tuesday and Thursday even- 

goods, SE cor Washington and 13th ings, 305 Uth (after January 1 over 

'« Henry, carpenter, res 321 4th ; ' Old City Market, 12th) 



THE LIVERPOOL k LONDON i GLOBE INSURANCE CO. 
CHARLES D. HAVEN, Manager. J. H. TROY, Jr., Agent, 
45t» California S'.treet, 8.F. 



437 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



AYDELOTTE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, Enilish Departineiit, 

6 MONTHS, $55. 



Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, Oakland, Cal. 



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Acme Hose Reel Co, R H Moore propr, 

401 12th 
Adachi Riohi^su (Adzuma Co) res ll58i 

7th 
Adair Annie Miss, res 363 J 12th 
Adam Camille, teamster V L Fortin, res 

826 Webster 
Adamina Felix, painter, res 816^ 29i.h 
•• Jos, painter, res 820 29th 
" Marie Mrs, res 820 29th 
Adams Adeline Miss, res 977 Center 
" Albert J, shoemaker, S F, res 977 

" Carrie B Miss, res 522 E 24th 

" Chas A, porter P P C Co, res 270 4th 

" Chas H, engineer S P Co, res 1684 
Taylor 

" Chas L, shipjoiner, res 1714 13th ave 

" Chas W, deptuty commissioner Bu- 
reau of Labor, S F, res 574 16th 

"ED Mrs, res 1437 San Pablo ave 

" Edith Miss, res 941 Filbert 

" Edson Mrs, res Bay Place, NW cor 
24th and Oakland ave 

" Edson F, administrator estate of Ed- 
son Adams, S F, res Bay Place, NW 
cor 24th and Oakland ave 

" Edwin H, employe Axel Peterson, 
res 825 28th 

" lili A, farmer, res w s San Pablo ave 
nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 

" Eliza Mrs, res 956 Myrtle 

" Ella Mrs, res 466| 13th 

" Emma F Miss, res 1437 San Pablo ave 

" Emma H Mrs, res 1017 Castro 

" Ethel Miss, res 977 Center 

" Eugene, dyer, res 658 5th 

" Florence Miss, res 1507 12th ave 

" Frank D, broker, Auburn, Cal, res 

811 Harrison 
ADAMS FRAKX L. physician and 
surgeon, NE cor Broadway and 
12th, rm 8, hours 10 to 11 and 4 to; 
5, res 1311 Clay j 

" Fred, atty at law, S F, res 941 Fil-j 
bert I 

ADAMS FREDERICK E (Neece &i 

Adams) res 1165 Jackson 
" George, driver Pioneer Soda Works, 

res 1507 12th ave [ 

" George H, laborer, res 711 Webster ' 
" Grace E Miss, dressmaker, 977 Center, 

res same 
" Henry H, with Phelps & Miller, S F, 

res 1406 Alice 
" Herbert, employe U S Mint, S F, res 

608 18th 
Adams Herbert L, died Dec 19, 1891 
** H S Mrs, res 266 East 12th 
" J A, waiter P P C Co, res S F 
" Jas, car inspector S P Co, res 945 

Willow 
" Jas C, atty at law, S F, res 949 

Filbert 



Adams Jas M, brakeman S P Co, res 9£4 
Center 

" Jessie Mrs, res 765 Grove 

" John C, rPS.Bay Place, NW cor 24th 
and Oakland ave 

" John F, brakeman S P Co, res Greg- 
ory Block, rm 18 

" John Q, brakeman S P Co, res 962 

7th 
ADAMS JOHN S, physician and sur- 
geon, NE cor Broadway and 12th, 
rm8, hours 10 to 11 and 4 to 5, res 
1311 Clay 

" Jos, shoemaker, S F, res 977 Center 
Adams Josephine M Miss, died Oct 18, 
1891 

" Julia M Miss, teacher Field Semi- 
nary, res same 

'■' Mabel Miss, student, rea 1507 12th 
ave 

" Mary Mrs, nurse, 811 Willow, res 
same 

" May C Mrs, res 446 E 20th 

" M J, frescoer Boston Fresco Co, res 

1172 Monroe 
ADAMS ORSON B, physician and sur- 
geon, 1014 Broadway, rm 19, res 
rms 1 and 2, telephone No '229 

" Richard, student, res 811 Willow 

" T Selby, clerk C N Comstock & Co, 
res 949 Filbert 

" Walter E, employe CSt Ry Co, res 
522 E 24th 

" Warner E Rev, Baptist missionary, 
res 1217 Old County road (E 16th) 

" Wesley, carpenter Burnham-Stande- 
ford Co, res 1156 Broadway, rm 12 

" Wm H, res 522 E 24th 
Adamson David, pressman Carruth & 
Carruth, res 1268 Webster 

" Marguerite Miss, dressmaker, res E 

32d and 14th ave 
Addington A M, kiln burner Cal Pottery 

6 T C Co, res Brooklyn House 
" M J Mrs, res 681 25th 

Addison Thos, agt Thomson-Houston 
Electric Co, S F, res 1070 10th 

Adelstein Morris, fruit dealer, res 609 
3d 

Adelstein, see also EdeUtein 

Adeline Station Waiting Room, 1156 J 

7 th 

Adler Adolph, bookkeeper, res e s 11th 

nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Edward H, harness maker, 368 7th. 
res 227 2d . : 

Adney R C J, dept sherifif, res 666 

33d 
Adriance Chas N, wrapper Taft & Pea- 
noyer ^ 

Adriance John C, removed to Napa, 

Cal 
" Saml B, employe American Biscuit 
I Co, S F, res 1148 E 19th 



I. F. TUIil'S 



Slide Valve CORLISS ENGINES, I^ily Anti-friction 
Metal, Crandall Spiral Packing and Morrison Packing, 
Golden State & Miners' Iron Works. Nos. 231-251 First St., S. F. 



CLOUGH & BAKER 



REAL ESTATE PROPERTY 

Bought, Sold and Exchanged* 

i 1002 BROADWAY, OAKLAND, CAL. 



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Adsit Clayton L, compositor Oakland 
Eii'juirer, res 1265 Clay 

Adzuma Co (R Adachi and Y Eto) 
Japanese goods, 1158^ 7th 

Aegerter John F, gardener, res 1115 
22d 

iETNA INSURANCE CO (Alameda 
County branch) X W \Vinton & Co 
managers, Is'E cor 11th and Broad- 
way 

iETNA MINERAL WATER CO. J R 

Mott <t Co agents, 13(37 Broadway 
Aflick Robc-rt, baker McElhatton Bros 
African M E Church, Rev J M Burgan 
D D pastor, 15th aad West 
( "ME Zion Church, Rev J H Brown 
pastor, services held in Shattuck 
Hall, 453 8th 
Agard A H Dr, died Aug 31, 1892 
•' Arthur F, student, res 1331 Filbert 
" ct Co (John T and Joseph J Agard 
I and Geo W Scott) grocers, 1120 

I Broadway 

j " John T (Agard & Co) res 579 17th 
" Jos J (Agard & Co) and adjuster 
Hartford Fire Insurance Co, S F, 
res 1331 Filbert 
" Merta Miss, res 1331 Filbert 
Agassiz James (Cotton Bros & Co) res 
I 875 Washington j 

I Aggers, see Eggers ! 

Agnew Francis J, student, res 870 Castro 
" Frank B, bookkeeper, res 808 Jack- 
son 
" Louis F, clerk London and Lan- 
cashire Fire Insurance Co, res 870 
Castro 
" Nellie Miss, assistant W E Brooks, 

res 478 2l8t 
" Thos, city agt, S F, and mgr Ala- 
meda County branch London and 
Lancashire Fire Insurance Co, 465 
9th, res 870 Castro 
" Thos F, city agt London and Lan- 
cashire Fire Insurance Co, 465 9th, 
res 866 Castro 
Agrell Anton, laborer, res Boehmer bet 

23d ave and Park 
•' Arvid, clerk H Olson, res 1426i 10th 
Aguilar Manuel, laborer, res 1716 Pa- 
cific 
Agusta John M, blacksmith, res 665 

Washington 
" Maria Mrs, res 665 Washington 
Ahem Cornelius, laborer Mt V Cem, res 

same 
" Fannie Miss, res 575 20th : 

" John, carpenter, res 575 20th 
" Mary N Mrs, res 1665 13th j 

" Minnie Miss, dressmaker, res 575 20th 
" Patrick, laborer, res 1614 17th 
" Peter, contractor and builder, 1212 
Center, res same | 

" Richard H, painter, res 319 7th 



Ahern Th< s, carpenter, res 575 20th 
" Thos, roadmaster S P Co, res 1707 

Lincoln 
Ahern Wm J, died May 9, 1892 
Ahlberg A, laborer, res 973 7th 
Ahlherg Caroline, died Dec 24, 1891 
Ahnefeld Henry, carpenter, res 835 29th 
Ahrens Chas, bartender H Wilkening, 

res 555 20th 
" Danl D, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
AHRENS D N (Oakland Bottling Co) 

res 1567 Linden 
" Henry, gardener Wm D Cook, res 
Fmitvale ave nr E 27th, Fruitvale 
" Otto, seaman, res Overland House 
" see also Arens 

Aikin Arthur G, stenographer R Hick- 
mott Canning Co, res 667 11th 
" Ho R, student, res 667 11th 
" Jas, laborer Jndson Mfg Co, res 244 

Hannah 
• Nathan J, oculist, S F, res 667 11th 
" Robt, engineer S P Co, res 937 Wood 
Ailman Saml H, miner, res Bulloi cot- 
tages, Cameron 
Aiae H Mrs, res 581 Charter 
" Henry E, carpenter, res Mattie ave 
nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden Gate 
" Henry E Jr, carpenter, res Mattie 
ave nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden 
Gate 
Ainsworth Anna Mrs, res 868 19th 
" Daisy B Miss, res Capt J C Ains- 
worth. mail Oakland 
AINSWORTH D S, groceries and pro- 
visions, NE cor Market and 11th, 
res 1066 Market 
" Geo J, res n s Vernon ave nr College 

ave, mail N Temescal 
" Geo L, brakeman S P Co, res 868 

19th 
" Geo R R, groceries, 1701 12th, res 

same 
" Harry B, res Capt J C Ainsworth, 

mail Oakland 
" John, mill foreman, S F, res 1167 E 

22d 
" John C Capt, capitalist, res s s Ver- 
non ave nr College ave.mail Oakland 
" John C Jr, res C;ipt J C Ainsworth, 

mail Oakland 
" May Miss, student, res 868 19th 
•' R L, clerk D S Ainsworth, res 1066 

Market 
" Wm P, bookkeeper, res 868 19th 
Aitchison Aggie Miss, domestic, 1518 

10th ave 
" Robt L, barber, Benicia, Cal, res 370 

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Richard Brown) wines and bquors, 
1203 Market 
" GeoE (Aitken & Brown) res 809 13th 



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Aitken Maggie, inmate ladustrial Home 

for Adult Bliml 
Akerly Benj Rev D D, rector Emeritus 

St John's Episcopal Church, rea 

lv?47 Adeline 
" Graham M, conductor Haywards 

Electric Road, res 1186 E 19th 

AKERLY JAMES C S, physician and 

surgeon, 1209 Broadway, rms 5 

and 6, res 1247 Adeline 

" Morris K, bookkeeper, S F, res 1247 

Adeline 

Akerman Lorenzo E, jeweler, 519 7th, 

res same 
Akerman, see also Ackerman \ 

Akins Chas fl, coal, hay, grain and 
wood, cor San Pablo a ve and 41st, 
res NE cor Park ave and Watts, 
mail Oakland 
" Eugene L, Standard Oil Co, res 715 

10th 
" Seymour L, conductor, res 71?> 10th 
" Willard H, conductor S P Co, res 

1655 7th 
" Wm D, carpenter, res 715 10th 
Alameda Antonio, employe C C L Co, 

res same 
" County Eclectic Medical Society 
meets 2d and 4th Friday evenings 
of each month, 1066 Washington 
" County Federated Labor Council, 
meets every Thursday evening, 
918 Washington 
" County Medical Association, W 
J Wilcox M D pres, L S Bur- 
chard M D sec, Roberdeau Har-' 
mon M D treas, 1155 Broadway 
" County Musicians, Union No 33, 
meets first Sunday evening each 
month at 5th Regiment Band Room, 
709 Broadway 

ALAMEDA COUNTY STEAM CAR- 
PET CLEANING WORKS J J 

Lern & Co proprs, 368 and 370 4th 
" County Wheelmen Club Rooms, 
1804 Telegraph ave 

ALAMEDA COUNTY WORLDS 
FAIR ASSOCIATION, F H Mey- 
ers president, Thos W JefFress secre- 
tary, Mrs Alice Alden assistant sec- 
retary, office 420 8th 
" Joseph, carder Cal Jute Mills Co 

res 917 E 15th 
" Joseph, laborer Judson Mfg Co 

ALAMEDA MACADAMIZING CO, 

C D Bates superintendent, A T Ar- 

rowsmith secretary, 456 8th, rm 7 
" see also Almedia 
Alanson W C, carpenter, res Lusk ave 

nr 41st, mail Oakland 
Albach Wm, butcher, 1783 7th, res 

Lorin 
Albany Hotel, see Hotel Albany 



ALBEE HERBERT J, oal oil and 

gasoline dealer, 1109 23d ave, res 

12-29 21st ave 
Alberg Henry, res Stanford ave, mail 

Lorin 
Alberga D, clerk J A Joyce, res 842 29th 
Albion Lodge, No 206, Sons of St George, 

meets every Wednesday evening at 

Grand Army Hall, 419 13th 
Albom <ieo W, day watchman S P Co, 

foot of Peralta, res 1374 12th 
Albrecht Gustav, music teacher, res 408 

13th 
" Jos, gardener C E White, 524 E 18th 
" Laura Mrs, res Fruitvale ave nr E 

16th 
" Richard T, student Stanford Univer- 
sity, res Fruitvale ave nr E 16th 
Albridge James H, stationary engineer, 

res 1274 19th ave 
Albright C 0, conductor P P C Co, res 

1562 7th 
" Fredk, roller Judson Mfg Co, res 

NE cor Powell and 1 2tk, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Geo F, salesman, res 977 7th ave 
•' Geo W, chief clerk, S F, res 977 7th 

ave 
" J H T, traveling salesman, S F, res 

977 7ih ave 
" Marion V Miss, res 977 7th ave 
" W Duncan, student, res 977 7th ave 
Alcatraz Lodge, No 244, F & A M, 

meets 1st and 3d Monday evenings 

in each month at Masonic Hall, 7th 

and Willow 
Alcone Benj F, switchman S P Co, res 

Gregory Block, rm 15 
Alden Alice Mrs, asst sec Alameda 

County World's Fair Assn, office 

420 8th, res 478^ 10th 
" Byron W, weigher Hayes & Co, res 

n s Halltt ave nr Bay, mail Oakland 
" Edwd R, employe Log Cabin Bakery, 

res 2041 Filbert 
" Henry E, salesman E W WOOD- 
WARD & CO, res 1262 Franklin 
Aldersley Helen Mrs, res 1019 Kirkham 
Alderson Mabel B Miss stenographer, 

res 1562 Telegraph ave 
Aldis Eliza' eth Mrs, res 1667 8th 
Aldrich Abbie F Mi^s, principal Lafay- 
ette School, res 574 Jones 
" C E Mrs (Grenell & Co) res 517 9th 
" Elsie Miss, clerk, S F, res 580 Jones 
" Henry A, artesian well borer, res 668 

Sycamore 
" Herbert C, motorman C St Ry Co, 

res 66S 3oth 
" Hugh S, police oflScer (city) res 660 

19th 
" John, res 362 10th 
" J W, fireman S P Co, res 1056 12th 

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Aldrich Lucius A, artesian well Ifcrer, 

res 668 Sycamore I 

Aldrich W A, died Feb 25, 1892 I 

" Wm, carpenter, res 580 Jones 
Alexander Abraham, merchant. Auburn,; 

Cal, res IIU I2th j 

" Alice Miss, dressmaker, res 670 5th 
" Arthur P, student, res 468 Prospect 

ave 
" Augusta Miss, clerk Kahn Bros, res 

1564 Telegraph ave 
" Benj, traveling agt, S F, res 814 12th! 
" Daisy A Miss, res 468 Prospect ave 
" Danl E, atty at law, S F, res 1275 

24th ave I 

" Edgar W, student, res 452 E 17th [ 
" Edith M Miss, student, res 452 E 17th 
" Ezekiel, master mariner, SF, res I2i0 

Franklin 
" Francis Miss, student, res 468 Pros- 
pect ave 
" Frank A, student, res 452 E 17th 
" Geo W (Osborn & Alexander) S F, res 

941 Adeline 
" Goodman, glazier, 617 5th, res same 
" & Hammon (S T Alexander and W P 

Hammon) nurserymen, office 960 

Broadway 
" Harry H, res 1114 12th 
" Henry, boots and shoes, 1405 San 

Pablo ave, res same 
" Isador, res 1564 Telegraph ave 
" Jas, capitalist, res 35 Wayne ave 
" Jas M Rev, res 452 E 17th 
" John, porter, res 807 Market 
" Juliette Miss, res 1006 16th 
" Julius C, salesman M Hyman & Co, 

res 1564 Telegraph ave 
" L L, mining engineer, res 468 Pros- 
pect ave 
" Martha Miss, res 1006 16th 
" Nicoli P (N P Alexander & Co) res 

233 Harlan 
" N P it Co (Nicoli P Alexander and 

Francis H Legault) cabinet makers, 

233 Harlan 
" Orlando, commission merchant, S F, 

res 205 12th 
" Samuel T (Alexander & Hammon) res 

1006 16th 
" Wallace M. res 1006 16th 
" Wm F, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, 

res Hotel Albany 
Alexandre Jos, employe Mme C Coin, res 

1370 Broadway 
Alf Ellen Miss, domestic, 903 Market 
Alford Mary Mrs, res 1752 Seward 
' ' see alio A Ivord 

Algeo Wm J, bridge builder, res 714 7th 
Alho Manuel, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Alison Archie, ship joiner S P Co, res 

5717th 
" see also Allison 



Allan Chas A, laborer, res 415 E 16th 
" Wm, plasterer, res Redwood road i 

m from Old County road, Fruitvale 
AUard Eliza Mrs, res 1685 8th 
" John W, driver Samm & Westphal, 

res 575 3d 
Allardt Chas F, mechanical engineer, S 

F, res 1127 Linden 
" Fred A, clerk The Oakland Bank of 

Savings, res 1127 Linden 
" Geo F, civil engineer, S F, res 1127 

Linden 
" Lottie Miss, student, res 1127 Linden 
Alias E J Mrs, res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Allen Alanson R, painter, res 1162 E 

20th 
" Barney K, contractor and builder, 

516 13th, res 718 20th 
" B C, foreman A W Pattiani & Co, res 

820 Isabella 
" B C Mrs, res 2023 Summit 
" Belle Miss, res 718 20th 
" Chas, heater helper Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res n s Park ave nr Hal- 

leck, mail Emeryville 
" Chas, laborer 8 P Co, res 728 Lewis 
" Chas A, cook 8 P ( o. res 812 Brush 
ALLEN CHARLES R, sales agent new 

Wellington coal ami dealer in all 

kinds of foreign and domestic coal, 

S F, Alexander F Scott agent Oak- 
land, 11 67 Webster, res 318 14th 
" Christopher, agt Chas S Durgin& Co, 

res 379 1 0th 
" Edward 0, student, res 1002 9th ave 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res 775 14th 
" Everett A (Peterson & Allen, S F) res 

1164 E 20th 
Allen Frank E, removed to Stockton, Cal 
" Frank H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1257 

Jackson 
' ' Fredk D, molder Oakland Iron Works, 

res 1316 E 11th 
" G B Mrs, boarding, 335 E 12th, res 

same 
" Geo, commercial traveler, res 1324 

Linden 
" Geo, hostler P E O'Hair, res .567 E 

12th 
" Geo B Rev, res 1073 7th ave 
" Geo H, bookkeeper Louis Dahl, res 

1324 Linden 
" Geo H, deputy county recorder. Hall 

of Records, res 1061 Alice 
" Geo W, granite cutter, res 1162 E 

20th 
" (iertrude Miss, res 1305 Franklin 
" Harris 8, reporter Oakland En'juirer, 

res 1073 7th 
" Harry, res The Arlington 
" Hattie A Miss, res Rutherford ave nr 

Old County road, Fruitvale, mail 

same 
" Henrv , res 460 5th 



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Allen Herbert, bookkeeper, res 1324 

Linden 
" Herbert W, res 1313 8th ave 
" Horace H, salesman, S F, res 822 E 

15th i 

" Idella M E Miss, student, res 223 3d| 
" Ira L,dairyman, 1260 High, Fruitvale, i 

res same, mail box No 153, Oakland 
" I, asst stereotyper Tribune, res 223 3d' 
" Jas B, printer, S F, rts 817 18th | 
" Jas G, agt Dixon Graphite Co, S F, I 

res 1325 Jackson ' 

" J D, fireman S P Co, res S F i 

" Jennie C Miss, teacher, res 1211 Chest- 
nut 
" Jerome A, commercial traveler, res 

1133 Filbert 
" John J, city justice, 864^ Broadway, 

res 1211 Chestnut 
" Jos, chiropodist, 180*5 7th, res same 
" KW Mrs, res 822 E 15th 
"LA Mrs, res 1313 Sth ave 
" Lackmer, electrician, res 1015 Wood 
" Lewis H (Harrold, Hochholzer & 

Allen, S F) res 1313 Sth ave 
" Lewis W, student U C, res 1073 7th 

ave 
" L T Mrs, res 17-2 21st ave 
Alkn Mary Mrs, died Dec 8. 1891 
" Mary Mrs, domestic, 570 13th 
" Maude R Miss, res 822 E 15th 
" Minnie Mrs, hairdresser, 817 13th, res 

same 
" M W, res 1061 Alice 
•' Napoleon B, conductor S P Co, res 

1762 8th 
" Nettie N Mrs, res 1403 9th 
" Oliver P, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1002 9th ave 
'• Orrin, engineer S P Co, res 1762 

William 
" Orrin E, salesman F & P Co, res 

517 11th I 

"PA Mrs, res 559 20th 
'.' Peter, carpet weaver Geo Matthew, 

res 709 5th 
" R A Miss, res 531 E 14th 
" Reginald H, dental stndent, S F, res 

1073 7th ave 
" Richard K, res 420 Sth 
" Richard S, bookkeeper Oakland Con- 
tracting Co, res S F 
" RoVjert, dairyman, res Sutter bet San 

Pablo ave anl Adeline, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Rowland F, salesman, S F, res 822 

E 15th 
" Ruth A, res 531 E 14th 
" Sallie Miss, saleslady Taft & Pen- 

noyer, res 580 20th 
" Truman H, blacksmith, Hopkins nr 

Fruitvale ave, mail care P C Nielsen, 

res Rutherford ave nr Old County 

road 



Allen Walter C, res 1313 Sth ave 
" Walter 8, engineer S P Co, res 1808 

William 
" Wm, contractor and builder, 1704 

Telegraph ave, res 78 Valley 
" Wm C, car repairer S P Co, res 820 

William 
" Wm C, student Oakland High School, 

res 1073 7th ave 
" Wm E, brakesman S P Co, res 801 

Jackson 
" Wm N, res 1211 Chestnut 
" W N Mrs, res 1403 9th 
" WW, atty at law, S F, res 754 16th 
" W W Jr, clerk, S F, res 754 16th 
Allender Wm, sec Chas Mayne and agt 
New York Life Ins Co, S F, res 
1406 Alice 
Alliata Jas, carriage maker Sohst Bros, 

res 623 Broadway 
Allie John, wiper S P Co, res 1468 3d 
" Mary Miss, employe C C L Co, res 

1468 3d 
Allinger Daniel H, machinist Oakland 

Iron Works, res 1210 Peralta 
" Geo W, agt Chas S Durgin & Co, res 

379 10th 
Allison Benjamin, butcher Bemio & 

Co, res 1271 12th ave 
" Chas H, res • agoda Hill off Vernon 

ave, mail N Temescal 
" see also Alison 

AUman Chas E, cigars, S F, res 862 
J Castro 

" John, owner stage line, res E 35th 

and Cameron 
AUsop Lena Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 
Almbert Alma Miss, domestic, 310 E 

17th 
Almeida Domingo, laborer S P Co, res 

244 Holhs 
Almedia Manuel, laborer, res 755 Camp- 
I bell 

Aimers Frank, labrrer, res 971 E 25th 
ALMONT STABLES. Kings & Wil- 
liams proprietors, 1 352 San Pablo ave 
Alpine House, Mrs E Lamping propr, 

1266 San Pablo ave 
Alstrom Emma Miss, domestic, 1305 

Alice 
Alt Fred, poultryman, res E 14th nr 
Tevis, Fruitvale, mail Alameda P 
Alteodorf Jewel A, s'gn writer R M 

Crackles, res 765 Market 
" Julius, saw grinder, S F, res 1206 
28th 
Althausen John, bartender, S F, res San 
Pablo ave and Sutter, mail Go' den 
I Gate 

Althof Ernest, res 950 Linden 
" Herman (Althof & Bahls, S F) res 

950 Linden 
Altvater Frederick J, plastering contrac- 
tor, 857 Myrtle, res same 



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Altvater Pliilip, table delicacies, 1303 

San Pablo ave, res 569 15th 
Alumbaugh Frederick W, student, res 

824 IGth 
'* ME Mrs, res 824 16th 
" W, lioeman S Tel Tel Co, res 824 16th 
Alvarez Joseph C, barber, S F, res 248 

Harlan 
" Manuel, shoemaker, S F, res 229 
Haven 
Alves Antonio, barber F Jasper, res 378 

E llth 
" Anton, lumberman E M Derby & Co, 
res 1019 E22d [ 

" John M, foremaa Paraffiae Paint Co, 

res 222 Hollis, mail Oakland 
" Mamie Miss, w^eaver California Cot-; 
ton Mills, res 1019 E 22d | 

" Manuel, expressman, S F, res 360 B 
" Rosa Mrs, res 663 26th 
Alvin Daniel, res 1310 Grove 
Alviso Josephine Mrs, res 802 Clay 
Alvord Luke E, compositor Oakland 

Enquirer, res 266 llth 
" see also Alford 
Alvres Antonio J, barber, 867 Wood, res 

753 Willow 
Amacher Jacob, wood carver Michel 

Bro", res 562 7th, rear 
AMADOR MARBLE CO, marble and 
granite works, Ernest Hough secre- 
tary, terminus Piedmont ave at 
entrance Mountain View Cemetery 
AMBROSE DR, see Sander J A Ambrose 
Ambrose Eliza Mrs res 1372 llth 
Ambrose John, miner, res u s Monte 

Vista ave nr Piedmont ave 
" Manuel, laborer, res 226 2d 
" Manuel Jr, laborer, res 226 2d 
" Manuel F, sheep raiser, res n s Union 

ave nr Green, mail Oakland 
" N, laborer, res 226 2d 
" Thos, engineer S P Co, res 1372 llth! 
Amhrosewe S, phys cian, S F, res 518 8th 
Ambrosia Candido, machinist Judson 

Manufacturing Co, res 1143 36th 
" Josephena Miss, dressmaker, res 1143 
36th I 

Ambroso Antonio A, porter J Washing- 
ton, res 626 3d 
Ambrozio Frank, employe T W Corder, 
res s s Folger ave nr San Pablo ave, 
mail Golden Gate 
American Biscuit Co of S F, Lange Bros 

agts, 1034Peralta 
" Boiler Works, Dan Jackson and John 
S McConahy proprs, 561 Broadway 
" Casualty Insurance and Security Co 
of Baltimore, Bartelme & Smith 
agts, 47i> 9th 
" Council No 8, Young Men's Institute, 
meets Ist and 3d Monday evening 
i ' each month at Fraternity Hall, 
NE c>r Peralta and 7th 



American Exchange (lodging house) Mills 

Bros proprs, 473 6th 
" Express and Transfer Co, F J Mitchell 
propr, 424 10th 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE 

CO (of New York) Harmon & Fen- 
ton agents, 9.")8 Broadway 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE 

CO (of Philadelphia) Harmon & 
Fenton agents, 958 Broadway 

AMERICAN GAS GOVERNOR CO. 

D F Cameron manager Alameda 

County branch, office 921 Broadway, 

rm 12 
" Gas Machine Co (The) W B Harrub 

pres, 318 7 th 
" Granite and Marble Works, A W 

Combs. 460 9th 

AMERICAN INSURANCE CO (of 

Newark, N J) Smith & Beckwith 
agents, 960 Broadway 

" Investment Union, G E Bennison agt, 
918 Broadway 

" Legion of Honor, Center Council, No 
197, meets 1st and 3d Tuesday ev- 
ening in each month at Fidelity 
Hall, 7th and Peralta 

" Legion of Honor, Oakland Council. 
No 192, meets 1st and 3d Wednes- 
day evening in each month at 616 
15ch 

" Legion of Honor, Union Council, No 
168, meets 1st and 3d Friday evening 
in each month at Orion Hall, 555 E 
12th 

" Legion of Honor, Unity Council No 
194, meets every Monday evening, 
855 Broadway, rm 10 

" Wringer Co, Frank M Umhpred gen 
agt, Louis Heilbroner mgr, 980 7th 
Amerman Chas F, car repairer S P Co, 
res 616 14th 

" Louise J Miss, teacher Emery Dis- 
trict School, res 2158 West 

" see also Ammerman 
Amero Manuel, laborer A P & T C 

Wks, res 814 E 14th 
Amos Chester S, res 1334 Adeline 

" Everett, student, res 1132 Adeline 

" Frank, painter Ingler & Atkinson, 
res 1554A 7th 

" Frank F, res 776 Wood 

" Geo, carpenter mill S P Co 

" Geo F, dental student, res 530 24th 

*' James H, cashier Ames & Detrick, S 
F, res 1132 Adeline 

" John, res 460 E llth 
AMES JOHN, secretary and treasurer 
Industrial Home of Mechanical 
Trades for the A.lult Blind, NW 
cor Telegraph ave and 36th, res 530 
24th 

" Josiah P (Ames& Detrick, 8 F) res 
1132 Adeline 



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Ames Martha Miss, res 1132 Adeline 

" see aim Eames 

Amick Hiram, res 1160 7th 

Amidon Chas E, musician, res 958 Clay 

" Frederick J, brass tiuisher Hersey ct 
Chloupek, res 958 Clay 

" Mary Mrs, res 958 Clay 

" Simeon J, expressman Wm H Parrish, 
res 958 Clay 

Ammerman Henry J, car repairer S P 
Co, res 647 Campbell 

Amos Georgia Miss, employe C C L Co, 
res 1616 12th 

•' Jos, porter P P C Co, res 662 E 19th 

" Josephine Miss, res 1929 Union 

" Lizzie.employe C C L Co.res 1616 12th I 

" Mary C Mrs, res 1616 12th ' 

Amsond Adam, milker Talcott's Dairy, 

mailbox 1553,Oakland 
Amy Inez, folder P P Pub Co, res 1459 
San Pablo ave i 

" Oscar M, salesman H Schellhaas, 

1011 Franklin 
Ancient Order of Foresters, Court 
Advocate, No 7378, meets every 
Wednesday evening at Fraternal 
Hall, 1156^ Washington 

" Order of Foresters, Court Piedmont, 
No 7808, meets every Tuesday ev- 
ening at California Hall, 1015 Clay 

" Order of Foresters of America, 
Court Adeline, No 7758, meets ev* 
ery Wednesday evening at Califor- 
nia Hall, 1015 Clay 

" Order of Foresters of America, Court 
Brooklyn, No 8038, meets every 
Wednesday evening at Washington 
Hall, 307 E 12th 

'* Order of Foresters of America, Court 
Golden Link, No 7756, meets every! 
Monday evening at Grand Army 
Hall, 419 13th 

" Order of Foresters of America, 
Court Harmonic, No 7547 (German) 
meets every Wednesday evening at 
Verein Eintract Hall 

" Order of Foresters of America, Court 
Lorin, No 776 :>, meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at Lorin Hall, Lorin 

" Order of Foresters of America, Court 
Shellmound, No 7261, meets every 
Thursday evening at Klinkner Hall, 
Golden Gato 

" Order of Foresters of America, Court 
U S of America, No 7741, meets ev- 
ery Tuesday evening at Native 
Sons' Hall, 918 Washington 

" Order of Hibernians, Union Lodge 
No 168, meets every Friday at Orion 
Hall, 555 E 12th 

" Order of United Workmen, Bay Dis- 
trict Lodge, No 226, meets every 
Tuesdaj' evening at Klinkner Hall, 
Golden Gate 



Ancient Order of United Workmen, 
Brooklyn Lodge, No 3, meets every 
Wednesday evening at Orion Hall, 
555 E 12th 

*' Order of United Workmen, California 
Lodge No 1, meets every Tuesday 
evening at Fraternity Hall, NE cor 
7th and Peralta 

" Order of United Workmen, Central 
Lodge, No-251, meets every Monday 
evening at Montana Hall 

" Order of United Workmen, Ivy 
Lodge No 4, Degree of Honor, meets 
every Wednesday evening at Cov- 
enant Hall, SE cor 13th and Clay 

" Order of United Workmen, Keystone 
Lodge, No 64, meets every Tuesday 
evening at Fraternal Hall, 1156^ 
Washington 

" Order of United Workmen, Oak Leaf 
Lodge, No 35, meets every Monday 
evening at Fraternal Hall, 1156^ 
Washington 

" Order of United Workmen, Oakland 
Lodge, No 2, meets every Friday ev- 
ening at Fraternal Hall, 1 156 V Wash- 
ington 

" Order of United Workmen, Occi- 
dental Lodge, No 6, meets tverj" 
Friday evening at Fraternit}' Hall, 
NE cor 7th and Peralta 

" Order of United Workmen, Pacific 
Lodge, No 7, meets every Thursday 
evening at Fraternal Hall, 1156^ 
Washington 

" Order of United Workmen, Temple 
Lodge, No 11, meets every Monday 
evening at Babcock Hall, North 
Temescal 
Andersen Grebert Rev, pastor Norwe- 
gian and Danish M E Church, res e 
s WalsvForth ave nr Prospect 

" Hans, upholsterer McGovern, Cahill 
& Co, res 1868 West 

" Magnus A, master mariner, res 1314 
Old County road (E 16th) 

" Mary Mrs, res 863 Campbell 

" xMina J Mrs, res 1265 24th ave 

" Otto E, machine hand Burnham- 
Standeford Co, res 1773 Lincoln 

" Peter, laborer, res 416 7th 
Anderson A, candies, etc, 472 7th, res 
858 Franklin 

" Abbie A Mrs, res 150Lf 8th 

" A Frederick, asst engineer str Ala- 
meda, res 713 Jefferson 

" Aenes Mrs, res Mattie ave nr Ade- 
line, mail Golden Gate 

" A Gustave, seaman, res Echo ave, 
Glen Echo Tract 

" Augusta domestic, 1271 Jackson 

" A J, deck hand str Traiiisit 

" Albert, employe A D Dennis, res 
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Anderson Alexander, laborer S F Bridge 
Co, res 861 '26th 

" Alexander H, plumber S P Co and 
candies, 1754 7th, res same 

" Amelia Mis^, seamstress Children's 
Home, Temescal, res same 

" Amy Miss, domestic, 9.')3 8th 

*' Andrew, car repairer S P Co, res 858 
Willow 

" Andrew, 2d officer str Piedmont, res 
1937 Myrtle 

" Andrew, tailor, S F, res Menlo ave, 
mail Golden Gate 

" Andrew P, laborer, res 1189 E 15th 

" Anna Mrs, res 1400 11th 

" Annie Miss, domestic, 1132 Adeline 

" Annie Miss, domestic, 1358 Uth 

" Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 1400 
11th 

" Annie Mrs, dressmaker, res 860 Isa- 
bella 

" August (Gustafson & Anderson) res 
136) Uth 

" Augusta Miss, domestic, 304 E 14th 

*' Carrie Miss, res 1218 Campbell 

" C E, dfck hand str Piedmont 

" Celia Miss, res Peralta ave nr Lynde, 
Fruit vale 

" Chas, laborer, res Brooklyn House 

" Chas J, 1st officer str Oakland, res 
Claremont ave nr Clifton, mail 
N Temescal 
Anderson Charlotte Mrs, died Oct 16, 
1891 

" Christian, painter, res 1672 Atlantic 

" Cornelius, master mariner, res 1474 
9th I 

'• Danl, laborer, res Mattie ave nr Ade- 
line, mail Golden Gate 

" Duncan, employe J E Glendenning, 
res Mattie ave nr Adeline, mail 
Golden Gate 

" E, laborer C & N R R, res NE cor 
Park ave and Halleck, mail Emery- 
ville 

" Edith Miss, domestic, 974 16th 

" Edward J, conductor Cable R Co, 
res 1551 Franklin 

" Edwin, car cleaner S P Co, res 1356 J 
10th 

" Elizabeth Mrs, res 242 Ettie 

" Emile J. cigar maker M B Brady, res 
1719 Chestnut 

*' Emma, dressmaker, res 101 7th 

" Emma W Mrs, teacher Lafayette 
School, res 570 11th 

" F, clerk, res 161 7th 
ANDERSON & FORD (P W Anderson 
and \ O Foril) real estate and in- 
surance, 1256 San Pablo ave 

" Frank, clerk Kirkland & Co, res 1400 
11th 

" Frank, teamster, res n s Monte Vista 
ave nr Piedmont ave 



Anderson Freda H A Miss, res 1218 

Campbell 
" Fredk. carpenter, res 1075 E 15th 
" Fred E, brakeman S P Co, res 803 

Wood 
" Fred F (Gardiner & Anderson) res 

1307 E 11th 
" Fredk J, carpenter, res 985 Pine 
" Fred V, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
'• Geo J, driver G W Anderson,res 1674 

Atlantic 
" Geo W, asst A Brown, res 466i 13th 
*' Geo W, expressman, 1056 Broadway, 

res 1674 Atlantic 
" Geo W, porter P P C Co, res 567 6th 
" Gustav, laborer, res 973 7th 
Anderson Hannah Mrs, died Oct 17, 1S91 
" Harry, carpenter, res E 24th nr 23d 

ave, Fruitvale,mail E 23d nr 23d ave 
" Harry, carpenter, res 1127 E vf4th 
" Harry S, clerk S Anderson, res E 19th 

and 20th ave 
Anderson Heilmer S, died Aug 7, 1891 
" Henry C, res 1474 9th 
" Henry J, asst engineer str Oakland, 

res 713 Biush 
" Herman, carpenter, res 695 27th 
" Hi'da Miss, employe C C L Co 
" J, conductor Cable R Co, res 504 

15th, rm 16 
." Jas, gardener, res 860 Isabella 
" Jas A, cigars and tobacco, 867 Wood, 

res 914 Kirkham 
" Jas F, conductor, res 829 E 16th 
" Jas S, car repaiier Cable R Co, res 

1551 Franklin 
" John, coachman Orestes Pierce, Ver- 
non Heights 
" John, engineer, res SE cor Spring 

and Perry, Oakland Heights 
" John, fireman S P Co, res 225 Hollis 
" John, gardener W Hoffschneider, 

Hopkins opp Beulah Park 
" John, laborer S P Co, res 922 i Pine 
" John, tailor, res 805 Web-ter 
" John, salesman, res 2013 Linden 
" John A, deck hand str Transit, res 

King ave nr Prescott, Fruitvale, 

mail Oakland 
" John H, painter, res White House 
" Jonas, laborer, res 1719 Chestnut 
" Jorgen, organ builder Geo N An- 
drews, res 135 Helen 
" Jos, stevedore, res 829 E 16th 
" Jos S, druggist, 1801 San Pablo ave, 

res 1971 Grove 
" Julia Mrs, res 1736 Linden 
" Kate Mrs, furnished rooms, 521 13th, 

res same 
" Knud, piano tuner, res Fruitvale ave 

nr Lynde, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Lars, tailor, res 37th nr San Pablo 

ave, mail Oakland 



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Anderson Lena, domestic, 514 18th 
•• Lena, domestic, NW cor 22d and 

Webster 
•' Lena Miss, dressmaker, res 1218 

Campbell 
•' Lillie Miss, res 521 13th 
" Lillie Miss, student, res 829 E 16th 
" Lydia F Miss, res. 1971 Grove 
" Mads, dairy, 494 Edwards, res same 
" Margaret Mrs, res 1754 7th 
" Margaret Mrs, res 822 E 12th 
" Martha E Mrs.res E 9th bet 27th and 

28th aves 
" Mary Miss, domestic, E 27th and 

23d ave 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 1115 West 
" Mary Miss, domestic J M Heinimann, 

Fruit vale 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 955 7th 
" Mary, nurse, 960 Oak 
" Mary Mrs, res n s Monte Vista ave 

nr Piedmont ave 
" Mathias, engineer S F Bridge Co, res 

521 13th 
" May Miss, res 521 13th 
" Minnie Miss, waiter W C T U Cofifeel 

Rooms, res N W cor Telegraph ave 

and 44th. mail N Temescal 
" Nancy C Mrs, res 1162 7th 
" Nels, carpenter, res Chapman nr Lan- 
caster bet Fruitvale and Alameda, 

mail Alameda 
" Nels P, carpenter, res 135 Ettie 
" 0, laborer .Judson Manufacturing Co 
" Olaf, propr Railroad Exchange Hotel, 

187S 7th, res same 
" O'e, second engineer str Oakland, res 

1056 .3d 
" Olof, tailor M J Keller Co, res 1455 

Linden 
" Oscar, student, res 1127 E 24th 
" Otto, marine engineer, S E, res 119 

Hannah 
" Patrick, fireman str Piedmont, res 

e s 10th nr Folsom, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Peter, gardener J P Ames, 1132 Ade- 
line 
" Peter, seaman, res 677 .3d 
" Peter C, dairy, 1658 E 23d, res 

same 
ANDERSON PETER W (Anderson k 

Ford) res .SE cor Spring and Perry, 

Oakland Heights 
" Rachel Miss, domestic, 1127 Linden' 
" Rose Miss, res 521 13th I 

" Salome Mrp, res .'572 10th 
" Severin, carpets, etc, 1105 Washing-' 

ton, res 1004 E 19th 
" Thos, engineer str Oakland, res 1218 

Campbell 
" Tillie Miss, res 1218 Campbell 
" Viola Miss, dressmaker, res 507 Hth, 

rm 15 



Anderson Wm, employe Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res Commercial Union 

Hotel, mail Emeryville 
" Wm, molder Judson Manufacturing 

Co, rea 30 Hannah, mail Oakland 
" W^m, plumber M De La Montanya, 

res 1674 Atlantic 
" Wm L, employe Log Cabin Bakery, 

res 1736 Linden 
" Wm W, principal Hopkins Academy, 

res same 
Andichou John, fireman Bayle, Lacoste 

& Co, res s s Hallett are nr Bay, 

mail Oakland 
Andrade Jos, asst engineer str Piedmont, 

res 516 E 16th 
" Mamie G Miss, res 205 3d 
" Manuel S, carpenter Niehaus Bros & 

Co, Berkeley, res 205 3d 
" Manuel S Jr, machine hand Ingler & 

Atkinson, res 205 3d 
Andre Danl, employe S P Co, foot Per- 

alta, res 1015 7th 
" Jos, employe T W Corder, res n s 

Folc;er nr Bay, mail Golden Gate 
" Manuel F, foreman T W Corder, res 

Golden Gate Hotel, Stock Yards, 

mail Oaklaud 
" Mary Mrs, res 319 6th 
" Rosa Miss, dressmaker Mrs P A 

Lamping Jr, res 319 6th 
Andreason Harold, ship carpenter S P 

Co, res 1816 Atlantic 
Andres Federick, laborer, res 1718 Lin- 
den 
" Frederick 0, paper hanger J A An- 
dres & Son, res 519 8th 
" J A & Son (.James A and Samuel B) 

paper hanging and decorating, 1431 

San Pablo ave 
" Jas A (J A Andres & Son) res 519 8th 
" M C, clerk Hotel Metropole, res 

same 
" Samuel B (.J A Andres & Son) res 

1674 8th 
Andresen Andrew, employe California 

Cotton Mills, re-* E 12th nr 23d ave 
" Geo, messenger W^ U Tel Co, res E 

12th nr 2.3d ave 
" Jens, carpenter, res E 12th nr 23d ave 
Andrews Antonio, upholsterer J L Lyon 

& Son, res 910 E 16th 
" Bridget Mrs, res 716 Filbert 
" Carrie Mrs, res 1659 12th 
" Chas, clerk, S F, res 731 Myrtle 
" Chas B, pipe organ builder Geo N 

Andrews, res NE cor Weston and 

Ruby, mail Oakland 
" Chas W, clerk Kenny & "Wells, res 

2323 Grove 
" Daniel .J, plumber J A Raffetto, res 

716 Filbert 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res Juanita Hotel 
" Ella M Miss, res 698 Sycamore 



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Andrews Emma G Miss, asst Dr J M 

Dunn, res G98 Sycamore 
' ' Frank J, barber J P Bernard, res 804 

E 12th 
" Geo, longshoreman, res 679 30ch 
" Geo Jr, painter, res 679 30th 
" Geo E, conductor S P Co, res 1758 7th 
" Geo N, pipe organ mfr, 620 16th, res 

same 
" Harry, ship carpenter S P Co, res 815 

Wood 
" Jesse A, grainer, res 514 24th 
" John E, machinist S P Co 
" John K, painter, res 514 24th 
" Joseph, laborer, res 910 E 16th 
" Lee E, police oflBcer (city) res 614 

17th 
Andrews Luke, died Jan 17, 1892 
" Manuel, night clerk Hotel Crellin, 

res same 
" Mary Miss, res 910 E 16th 
" Mary L Miss, dressmaker, res 

Sycamore 
" Mary N Mrs, res 620 16th ; 

" Michael, laborer, res 910 E 16th 1 

" Minnie Miss, res 716 Filbert 1 

" M P Miss, stenographer, S F, res 

Juanita Hotel 

ANDREWS & OLDS MERCHANTS' 
PROTECTIVE SYSTEM, J F 

Street lessee of California, Arizona, 

Nevada and Idaho, and manager 

Oakland office, 460 9th 
" Robert, lumberman E M Derby & Co, 

res 910 E 16th 
" Stephen R, blacksmith, res 815 Madi- 
son 
" Tiios A, res 514 24th 
" Walter, gardener Mrs H Wetherbee, 

res NVV cor Fruitvale ave and E 

14th, Fruitvale 
" Wm S, ijainterS P Co, res 1772 7thj 
" Winifred Miss, window shade maker, 

res 716 5th 
Andrus Washburn R, wood and coal,! 

1408 10th, res same 
" Wm F, clerk, S F, res 4l8t bet San 

Pablo ave and Adeline, mail Oakland 
Angel S& Co (Simon Angel) commission 

and wholesale produce, 809 and 811 

Broadway 
" Simon (S Angel & Co) res 1128 E 14th 
Angell Elsie A Mrs, res 574 Jones 
" G, groceries, 1801 Grove, res same 
Angell Wm C Dr, removed to S F 
Angelos B, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

(juarry, res same 
Angels H, bakery, 1205 Market, ressame 
Angling Jas, driver Jones' Oakland and 

S F Express, res Lorin 

ANGLO AMERICAN GAS CON- 
TROL CO (The) Frank Peterson 
manager, 1014 Broadway, rms 5 
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Angus Wm, res 1.S03 7th 

Atfgwin Jas A, gen foreman car dept 

S P Co, res 1669 Taylor 
ANHEUSER BUSCH BREWING 

DEPOT, Herbert & Sonderleiter 
agents, 477 9th 
Anjos John, laborer, res 720 Henry 
Ankerson Geo, waiter, res White House 
Anain Will S, employe California Box 

Co, res 10th nr West 
Annofsky Ernst, employe Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel, res 677 27th 
Anraddie Andrew, barber, S F, res 2.34 

Harlan 
Ansbro Matthew, art decorator, S F, res 
47th nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden 
Gate 
Anselmi Joseph, carpenter and builder, 

970 7th, res same 
" Mary Mrs, res 817 Market 
Anspach Chas //, removed to Fresno, 

Cal 
ANTHONY A G, physician and sur- 
geon, hours 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. 855 
Broadway, res NE cor 7th and Wil- 
low, telephones, office 406, res 705 
" A K, asst sec Y M C A, res 569 36th 
"AM Mrs, res 13588th 
" C F, upholsterer J W Umphred, res 

1362 Sth 
" Edward H, student, res NE cor 7th 

and Willow 
" Estella Miss, res 926 Myrtle 
" J A, carpenter, res 8J3 Henry 
" Jos W, waiter, res 752 Willow 
" Lizzie Miss, res 926 Myrtle 
" Lizzie Mrs. res 1934 Filbert 
" Mark, inventor, res 926 Myrtle 
" Richard M, real estate, 466 9th, res 

964 18th 
" Walter W, clerk, S F, res 926 Myrtle 
'* Wm T, traveling salesman, res 861 

Chester 
Antoine August, bootblack, 15th and 

San Pablo ave, res 1817 Myrtle 
Anton Annie M Miss, res 1222 7th 
" August, cigar maker, 2d cor Oak, res 

same 
" Eliza M Miss, dressmaker, r«s 2d and 

Oak 
" G, employe Alameda Mac Co's quarry, 

res same 
" Wm, cement sidewalk contractor, 
res 2564 Telegraph ave, mail N 
Temescal 
Antone Harry, quarry man O Pav Co, 

res with P Martino, Temescal 
" John, laborer S P Co 
Antonini Angelo, quarryman Pav Co, 

res with P Martino, Temescal 
" Victor, peddler, res 630 Filbert, rear 
Antonuccio Frank, res 721 Linden 
" Frank Jr, tinner, res 820 Union 
" Joseph, tinner, S F, res 719 Linden 

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Antwiler Chas J, contractor and builder, 

617 Adeline, res same 
Apell Alma Miss, compositor P P Pub 

Co, res 1131 Chestnut 
Apell EmiUe Mies, died May 23, 1892 
Apenrade House, A Boysen propr, 416 

7th 
Apgar Jacob Miller, employe U S cus- 
toms, S F, res NE cor Moss ave and 
Ruby, mail Oakland 
APLIN W D & CO (W D Aplin, H 
Lloyd and W D Huntington) drug- 
gists, 1 156 7th, telephone 772, 3 bells 
APLIN WILLIAM D (W D Aplin 
& Co) res Little York, Nevada Co. 
Cal 
Appeldorn Chas A, saloon, 783 E 12th, 
res same I 

Appleby E J Mrs, res 953 Clay 
Applegarth Clarkson. removed to Armona. 

Cal 
" Edward, mining engineer, res 1322 

Harrison 
" Geo, student, res 528 E 11th 
" John, farmer, res 528 E 11th 
•' John H, architect, res 528 E 11th 
" Mabel M Miss, student, res 1322 

Harrison 
" MaudN Miss, student, res 505 East 

11th 
" Sarah Miss, res 505 East 11th 
Applegate Fannie Miss, teacher elocu- 
tion, res 478 43d, mail N Temescal 
Appley J Mrs, propr Central House, 

1735 7th, res same 
" Levi, res 1735 7th 

P W, laborer Judson Manufactnrinel 
Co, res 1735 7th 
Appomattox Post No 50, G A E, meets 
every Thursday evening at Grand 
Army Hall, 419 13th 
Relief Corps f>f o 5, W R C, meets 
every Thursday at 2 p m at Grand 
Army Hall, 419 13th 
Appugny Chas, architect, res Eureka 

Hotel 
Aquilla Giacomo, quarryman Pav Co, 

res P Martino, Temescal 
Arana Ida Miss, res 1057 Alice 
Arbogast J L, clerk S P Co, res 913 

Kirkham 
Areata House, Mrs E F Pullen propr. 

1228 San Pablo ave 
Archambault Edwin A (Archambault & 

Gibb) res 456 A 
" & Gibb (Edwin A Archambault 
and Alexander A Gibb) black- 1 
smiths, 958 Franklin 
Archer Jas, machinist, S F, res NW cor 
Emery and 45th, mail Oakland 
Jas C, marine engineer, S F, res NW 
cor Emery and 45th, mail Oakland 
" Saml, machinist, S F, res NW cor 
Emery and 45th, maU Oakland \ 



Archibald Clara Miss, res 118 9th 
" Francis A, gen mgr P C dept Union 

Central Life Ins Co, S F.res US 9th 
" Jas J, agt Union Central Life Ins Co, 

SF, res 118 9th 
"MA Mrs, res 1070 1 6th 
" Saml C, saddler, S F, res 902 E 

2l8t 

Arctic Machine Works (John D 
Schaackey and Hans Boyer) w s 
Castro bet 1st and 2d 
Arena Frank, barber C C Busse, res 757 

Castro 
" Louis, tailor Quigley & Johnson, res 

1010 Franklin 
" Stephen, res 757 Castro 
Arens August T, machine hand Ingler & 

Atkinson, res 1315 E 11th 
" Mary G Mrs, res 1315 E 11th 
" see also Ahrens 
Arey Lizzie F Mrs, res 817 Brush 
Arfsten Knud E, carpenter, S F, res 

1666 12th 
Argano Jos, shoemaker Wentworth B 

& S Co, res 1260 Cypress 
Argenti Antonio, shoemaker, 533 8th, 

res same 
Arkison Jas D, cutter, S F, res 764 

Madison 
" Lillian A Miss, student, res 764 Mad- 
ison 
Arlett Archer, bricklayer Remillard 

Brick Co, res 1313 Brush 
" Benj, bricklayer Remillard Brick Co, 

res 1313 Brush 
" Harry B, delivery clerk W G Man- 
uel, res 713 16th 
" Jas C, brass molder, S F, res 1313 

Brush 
" Lily Miss, res 1313 Brush 
" WmT, clerk F W Searing, res 1313 
Brush 
Arlington (The) (hotel) T G Kingsland 

propr, 474 9th 
Armanini Antonio, laborer, res Shell 

Mound Station, mail Oakland 
Armatio Louis, quarryman O Pav Co, 

res Temescal 
Armenino John, laborer, res 1st ave nr 

Summer, mail N Temescal 
Armes Chas W Jr, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1201 West 
" Geo H, clerk, S F, res 1201 West 
" Geo W .'Armes & Dallam, S F) res 

560 14th 
' ' Wm D, Ph B, instructor in English, 

U C, res 560 14th 
Armistead C F, switchman S P Co, res 

1506 7th 
" Howell V, physician, w s San Pablo 
ave opp Klinkner ave, res Neil and 
Park, mail Golden Gate 
Armitage Robt, carpenter Patrick Ma- 
loney, res 626 Valdez, E Oakland 



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Armstrong A Mrs, domestic Uoiou Ho- 
tel 
" Albert, painter, res 516 yth 
" Allen H, removed to San Jose, Cal 
" Andrew A, removed to Alamo, Cal 
" Anna M Mrs, res 1214 West 
" Benj F, paper hanger, S F, res 1520 

Broadway 
" Bradley A, picture frame mfr, 1917 

Myrtle, res y52 2Sth 
" Chas. picture frame maker, res 952 

2Sth 
" Edgar M, clerk D P Gray, res Wel- 

don House 
" Edward, blacksmith J Page, res 1912 

San Pablo ave 
" Ella A Mrs, stenographer Oakland 

Morning Timts, res Galindo Hotel 
" F A R'^v, removed to Oleander, Cal 
" Hilda Miss, res 93S Magnolia 
" Hiram T, contractor and builder, res 

5S9 Sycamore 
" Jas, car repairer S P Co, res 1S16 

William 
" Jennie L Mrs, housekeeper, res 913 

5th ave 
" Jesse T, student, res 5S9 Sycamore 
" John, commission, S F, res n s -17th 

nr Grove, mail X Temescal 
" John W, carpenter, res 939 Union 
" Kate Mrs, carpet sewer, res Areata 

House 
" Louis, sewing machine agt, Singer 

MfgCo, res 521 13th 
" Lucy Mrs, res 464 E 11th 
" Lydia K Miss, teacher, Melrose, res 

1214 West 
" Martin, longshoreman, res 221 Han- 
nah 
" M S, searcher of records Du Ray 

Smith, res 913 5th ave 
" Percy L, artist, res, 952 2Sth 
" R Mrs, res Peralta Heights 
" Robt, clerk R Mott, res 1214 West 
" Robt, laborer V L Fortin, res 690 

26tb 
" Rudolph, cooper, S F, res 938 Mag- 
nolia 
ARMSTRONG THOS L, superintend- 
ent Oakland Iron ^^'orks, cor 2d 
and Jetferson, res 1010 West 
" Wm, laborer Judson Mfg Co 
" Wm G, employe S P Co, res 1006 

2Sth 
" Wm //, removed to Alameda 
Arnaldo G, quarryman Pav Co, res 

P Martino, Temescal 
Aroest P>:^lla Miss, maaic teacher,res 254 

Haven 
ARNESTEL (Martenstein, Amest & 

Col res 775 14th 
" Henry C, gripman Con P C Co, rea 

254 Haven 
'* »ee also Ernst 



Arnold Adam, butcher Hayes & Co, res 
8W cor San Pablo and Snyder aves, 
mail Golden Gate 
" Adelaide Miss, student, res 1664 13th 

ave 
" Chas S, res 957 Castro 
" D H. res Hotel Crellin 
" Edward iL talesman Mrs E J Gray, 

res Ross House 
" Frank, railway postal clerk, S F, res 

664 ISth 
" John, carpenter, res Smith House 
" Katie Miss, res 1464 13th 
" Lily Miss, res 957 Castro 
" Peter J, tallyman Oakland Lumber 

Co, res 1664 13th ave 
" Rawdon, physician, 1678 Taylor, res 

same 
" Solon D, substitute letter carrier, rea 

1709 Grove 
" T D Mrs, res 1664 13th ave 
" T J Mrs, res 9 7 Castro 
" Wm L, ins, S F, res 1128 Chestnut 
Arnolt Harry ( Wilson & Arnolt) res lU5o 

13th ave 
Aronson Bernhard (Aronson & Rust) res 

265 Sth 
" & Rust (Bernhard Aronson and E A 

Rust) barbers, 454 Sth 
Aroustein T P, solicitor Am Wringer (.'•->. 

res 860 '2' Filbert 
ARFER GEO.W, illuminating oils and 
gasolines, SE cor 9th and Webster, 
res same, telephone No 104 
Arps Bertha Mrs, res 1577 Linden 
" Bertha C Miss, res 1577 Linden 
" Emil G A, salesman J W Umphred, 
res 2510 Telegraph ave, mail Oak- 
land 
ARROWSMITH AUGUSTUS T, sec- 
retary Alameda Macadamizing Co, 
456 Sth, res same 
" J. minine. res 1512 9th 
ARTH GEORGE V (Frederick & Art 

res 816 Alice 
Artillery Band, Walter F JeflFress mm . 

953 Wood 
Asbury M E Church South, Rev Adam 
C Bane pastor, NE cor 15th and 
Clay 
Ash Ferdinand F, foreman J P Taylor 

res 665 i 26th 
Ashby Jas t, res 513 E 12th 
Ashcroft Alice Miss, red with F F Stur- 

ges, s 8 Booth nr Broadway 
" Nellie Miss, stenographer, S F. res 
with F F Sturges, s s Booth nr 
Broadway 
" Thomas, supt of sidewalks, res 404 

5th 
Asher Geo W, barber, 805 E 14th, rea 

same 
" Henry, driver Samuel Asher, res 162 
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Free Market, res GlJI Jeffersoa 
" Samuel, new and second hand goods, 

807 Broadway, res 162 2d 
Ashford Chas W, insurance agt, S F, res 

1032 Chester 
Ashley Blanche Mrs, music teacher, res 

579 E 23d 
'• Geo, solicitor, S F. res 579 E 23d 
" John B, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, 

res 700 Ly ia 
" Lucius A, fruit grower, mail care P 
C Nielsen, res Lincoln ave, Fruitvale 
Asmussen Christopher, employe S P Co, 

res lis Ettie 
Aspera Harry, employe California Cotton 
Mills, res 1064 Izth ave i 

" Henry, teamster J P Taylor, res 

1064 Pith ave 
" Mollie Miss, res 1064 12th ave • 

Assbeth Jas, laborer C & N R R, res 
NE cor Park ave and Halleck, mail 
Emeryville 

ASSOCIATED CHARITIES OF THE 
CITY OF OAKLAND. Col Wm 

H O'Brien general secretary, office 
418 10th, rm 7 I 

Astheimer Henry, blacksmith R Span- 
genberg, res 38th and San Pablo ave, 
mail Oakland 

ASTI LIQUOR STORE, Giugni & 

Catti proprietors, wines, liquors and 

cigars, 1 1 20 Center ! 

Astor Henry, laborer, res 1211 17th 

ave I 

Atchison C M Mrs, res 603 E 14th { 

Athearn Annie T Mias, res 1070 Center 

" Catherine H Mrs, res 1070 Center 1 

" Ethel Miss, res 1419 Grove I 

" Florence Miss, res 1419 Grove 

•' Frank A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1070 

Center 
Athenian Club, W W Foote pres, R W 
Miller sec, 473 14th 

ATHENIAN MEAT MARKET,! 

Henry F- Gieschen proprietor, 1375| 
Broadway 
Atherstone Geo H, clerk, S F, res 1365 
Market j 

" ThosE, res 1365 Market 

ATHERSTONE THOMAS S, mana! 

ger Singer Manufacturing Co, S F, 
res 1363 MarJ^et I 

Atkins Henry G, steward, res Washing- 
ton nr Fruitraleave, Fruitvale 

" Jennie E Miss, res'566 5th 

" Jas M, ship joiner S P Co, res 870 

Peralta j 

Atkinson Arthur A, picture frames, 1238 

San Pablo ave, res 519 16th | 

" F A Mrs, propr Willson House, 1165^ 
Washington, res same 

" Geo, carpenter Ingler & Atkinson, res 
854 Harrison 



Atkinson Geo W, electrician, 470 13th, 

res 2210 Andover 
•' Harry, cook New Liberty Bakery, 

res 558 7th 
" Henry T (Ingler & Atkinson) res 

junction Oakland ave and Orange, 

Vernon Heights 
" Jessi 1 Miss, res Willson House 
" Wm, contractor and builder, res 

Willson House 
" Wm A, carbon paint, S F, res 1012 

Che-tnut 

ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAIL- 
ROAD, J J VVarner agent, 972 
Broadway 

Atterbury Frank, carriage trimmer C 
Evans, res 1260 Franklin 

" Shirley Miss, bookkeeper, res 1260 
Franklin 

Attic Club, C T Rogers pres, W E Wat- 
soo sec, 472 13th 

Atwater Dwight M, with Main & Win- 
chester, S F, res 1636 Sth 

Atwell Edmund, foreman bolt shop Jud- 
son Manufacturing Co, res e s San 
Pablo ave nr 40th, mail Emeryville 

" Laura Miss, res 1501 Sth 
Atwill Joseph F, died Nov 29, 1891 

Atwood D G, dentist, res Hotel Albany 

" Edward N, salesman, S F, res 932 
Poplar 

" Ernest C, engineer, S F, res 1716 
Myrtle 

" Geo A, druggist Geo B Flint, res 460 
12th 

" Grace Miss, res 1069 Grove 

" Henry R, marine surveyor, S F, res 
1031 7th ave 

" J A Mrs, res 932 Poplar 

" M E Mrs, res 616 12th 

" Wm W, res 1031 7th ave 
Aubray Chas, bartender Fiege & Tomin- 

ski, res Long Wharf 
Audet Louis, roll turner Judson Manu- 
facturing Co 
Audiffred Emilie V Miss, student, res 
566 24th 

" Eugenie M Miss, res 566 24th 

" Henry A, butcher, res 1540 Ade- 
line 

" Hyppolite, capitalist, res 566 24th 

" Leontiue A Miss, student, res 566 

24th 
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12th bet Webster and Harrison 
Auerbach Melville, res 531 36th 

" Ralph H, ^^>m ^^ 

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res 1362 ^ ' < 

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Augareils Pierre, foreman E Avy, res w 
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1104 Broadway, rm 9, res 1257 

Jackson 
Augusta A J, laboier, res 22-4 Ettie 
•• Caroline Miss, dressmaker, res 1211 

ISth ave 
" Domingo, laborer S P Co, res 1211 

18th ave 
" Emanuel, laborer, res 162 2d 
A ugustine Manuel B, removed to Seattle. 

\Yash 
Augustus Edward, barber, res 1450/^ 

7th 
" O Mrs. dressmaker, res 1450i 7th 
Auld H D, switchman S P Co, 866 

Willow 
Aulsen Alfred, laborer M M Samson & 

Co, res Golden Gate Hotel, Stock 

Yards. ma\l Oakland 
Aumanet Chas. driver M & J Longe, res 

324 10th 
Aurignac Baptiste (Duncom «fe Aurignac) 

res 10S2 Uth ave 
ATJRORA DISTILLING CO (Cincin- 
nati. Ohio) Charles Mautalen agent. 

578-580 Fourth and 754 Jefferson 
" House. J T Cram propr, 869 Wash- 
ington 
AURORA SALOON. T Henry Schei- 

ding proprietor. 838 Broadway 
Auroux Edward, laborer, 361 1st 
Auseon John, brakeman S P Co, res 1227 

ATJSEON PERRY H (Taylor & Au- 

seon) res 115S E llth 
Austin Frederick H, clerk Mason & 

White, res 251 2d 
'• Geo W, clerk H M Cameron, res 125 

Helen 
" Harry, artist, res 630 Uth 
" Hattie E Miss, dressmaker, res 125 

Helen 
" Jennie M Miss, dreesmaker res 125 

Helen 
" John, laborer, res 251 2d 
" Saml S, real estate and ins, 1101 23d 

ave, res 1122 E Uth 
" Sarah Miss, res Playter Block, rm 46 
" Wm, blacksmith, res 125 Helen 
Avan Harriet Mrs, res w s College ave 

nr Hudson, mail X Temescal 
" Willie, plumber, S F, res ws College 

ave nr Hudson, mail N Temescal 
" Wm, clerk D Husing, res 379 12th 
A vela John, laborer, res 66S E 16th 
Avelar Anton, apprentice A S Pontes, 

res 1063 E21st 
" Jos A, plumber Louis Dahl, res 1063 

E2l8t 
Avelars Antonio, laborer, res 824 E 12th 
" Emma, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 824 E 12th 
" Julia, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 824 E 12th 



Avelars Kate, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 824 E 12th 
Avenue House. Mrs Margaret G Denison 

propr. 1273 San Pablo ave 

AVENUE RESTAURANT. Henry 

Weber proprietor, I'JOS 2.Sd ave 
Averell Rebecca C Mrs, res 1520 Tele- 
graph ave 
Avery Albert W, conductor S P Co, res 

1319 Telegraph ave 
" Clark, real estate, 1078 Park ave (23d 

ave) res same 
" Dell Miss, dressmaker, 1210 San 

Pablo ave, rm 63, res same 
" J Dixon, produce broker, S F, res 

884 Lydia 
" Judson, fruit dealer, res n s 47th nr 

Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Mark H, traveling salesman E A 

Howard & Co, res 518 10th 
AVERY MARY L MRS. general 
agent Norman tailor system, 518 
10th, res same 
" Rebecca Miss, student, res n s 47th 

nr Grove, mail X Temescal 
Avey John, laborer S P Co 
AVY EUGENE, wholesale butcher, 
Bay nr Dalton ave, Stock Y'ards, of- 
fice and res S F, mail S F 
Axson Lydia Miss, res 914 22d 
Axtell Eugene H, brakeman S P Co, res 

E 14th nr Tevis, Fruitvale 
" Henry, machinist Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res Berkeley, mail Lorin 
" John C, brakeman S P Co, res E Uth 

nr Tevis, Fruitvale 
" Walter M, artist,res E Uth nr Tevis, 
Fruitvale 
Axx Wm, res Ross House 
AYALA MANUEL M, president El 
Sueiio Mming Co, res Telegraph ave 
nr Morgan, Temescal 

AYDELOTTE JAMES H, proprietor 

.A.ydelotte's Business College, Y M 
C A Building, res 1151 Harrison 

AYDELOTTE'S BUSINESS COL- 
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Ayden Thos, employe T W Corder, res 
n s Folger ave nr Green, mail Golden 
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Ayer Edward, correspondent Oakland 

Triliune, res 1018 6th ave 
" Hattie G Mrs, teacher Franklin 
School, res J018 6th ave 

" Richard B, atty at law, res 1018 6th 
ave 

Ayers Alonzo T,special police officer, res 
220 llth 

" Chas H, searcher Stocker & Holland, 
res 1214 Brush 

" De Forest, clerk G L Mix, res 610 
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Ayera Emma C Miss, compiler Husted's 

City Directory, res 1829 Myrtle 
" Frank H, searcher Lyons & Watkins, 

res 610 12th 
" Humphrey, carriagesmith, S F, res 

1713 Adeline 
" H W Mrs, res 862 Willow 
♦' John E, plumber, res 610 12th 
" M Miss, dressmaker, res Clinton 

House 
" M E Mrs, res 1S20 Myrtle 
*' Michael, real estate, res 610 12th 
" R G, carpenter, res 1106 Market 
" Wm D, express messengfr Wells, 

Fargo & Co, res 1131 Chestnut 
Ay hens Alice J Miss, domestic, 167 3d 
Aymar Ira A, contractor and builder, res 

48th nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden 

Gate 
Ayres Albert D, student, res 1205 Oak 
" Allen T, res 1219 Webster 
" Arthur, res 1420 10th 
" Chas S, student, res 1205 Oak 
" Irvin, pres Automatic Can Co, S F, 

res 1205 Oak 
" Jas H, nightwatchman R Hickmott 

Canning Co. res 1474 13th ave 
" M J Mrs, teacher Clawson School, 

res 1420 10th 
Azevedo Manuel, barber, 413 7th, res 

1791 Willi.am 
Azmon Anna B Mrs, ladies' hairdresser, 

1153 7th, res same 
" Henry W, waiter P P C Co, res 1153 

7th 

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way, res 313 10th 
Babb Chas, res 2049 Market j 

' Chas C, res 2049 Market I 

" Ellen M Mrs, died July 19, 1892 
" Lyman D, special police officer, res 

217 12th 
" Mattie F Mrs, dressmaker, 217 12th, 

res same | 

Babbitt Solomon M, harness maker, 365 

13th, res 1954 Webster 
'* see also Bolet 

Babcock Amanda Mrs, res 471 E 12th 
" Frances M Miss, bookkeeper The 

Mutual Endowment Association, ; 

res 965 Harrison t 

" Geo (Babcock,Rollings& Co) res 1230 

Filbert | 

" Geo R, electrician, S F, res 1216; 

Webster | 

" Hall, NE cor Telegraph and 1st aves, 

Temescal i 

" Harriet R Mrs, res 1363 Brush , 

" Henry C, inspector, S F, res Clare-j 

montave nr Summer, mail N Tem-1 

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Babcock Lafayette M, supt G H Tay & 

Co, S F, res 1 102 30th 
" Lulu E Miss, res 959 4th ave 
" M Mrs, res 965 Harrison 
" Rollings & Co (Geo Babcock and Geo 

H Rollings) wood, coal, hay and 

grain, SE cor Bay and Union, Stock 

Yards, mail Golden Gate 
" Sanford P, civil engineer and 

draughtsman G L Nusbaumer, res 

959 4th ave 
" Viola J Miss, bookkeeper W W Cam- 

ron, res 965 Harrison 
" Wm, conductor O C St Ry Co, res n 

s 42d nr Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Wm .J, student, res 959 4th ave 
Babue Davi4 J, res NE cor Folsom and 

11th, mail Golden Gate 
" John T, fireman str Bncinal, res w s 

11th nr Folsom, mail Golden Gate 
" Josie M Miss, res NE cor Folsom 

and 11th, mail Golden Gate 
" Maggie Miss, res NE cor Folsom and 

11th, mail Golden Gate 
Baccus Benj, flagman S P Co, 14th St 

Depot, res 314 3d 
" Wm J, driver V L Fortin, res 314 

3d 
Bachelder Alvah H, mgr Holt Bros, S 

F, res 545 Hobart 
" Carl, student, res 545 Hobart 
" Lilian Miss, res 545 fiobart 
" Phares J, carpenter, res 769 Market 
" see also Batchelder i 

Bachrach Simon B, ins, 466 9th, res ! 

776 Harrison 
Bacigalupi P, bartender L P Neuweiler, ; 

res SE cor Grove and 45th, mail 

N Temescal ; 

Backman G S, dent'8t,S F, res 1106 E ' 

19th I 

" S Mrs, res 1106 E 19th 1 

Backus Birdie I Miss, res 1727 Goss 
" EcUth M Miss, res n s Monte Vista i 

ave, Linda Vista Terrace 
" Oscar J (Geo H Tay & Co, S F) res 

n s Monte Vista ave, Linda Vista j 

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land, res 1217 Harrison ' 
Bacon Carrie Miss, res 960 Oak j 
" F H, switchman S P Co, rea Pullman 

Hotel I 

" Oilman W, conductor Cable R Co, 

res 1457 San Pablo ave 
" H D, capitalist, res 960 Oak 
*' Helen Miss, res Fruitvale ave nr 

Lynde, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Helen T Miss, res 487 Plymouth ave i 
" JFMrs, res 360 E 17th 
" Joseph F Rev, pastor Second Congre- j 

gational Church, res 1669 Seward 
" Joseph V, clerk C C W Co, res 487 , 

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" Julia H Mrs, res 222 9th 
"J VV Miss, operator W U Tel Co. 
Tribune Branch office, res 1015 
Castro 
" M E Mrs, propr East Oakland Hotel, 

579 E l.?th, res same 
" Olga R Mrs, res 9S0 7th 
" Truman F, physician, S F, res Fruit- 
vale ave nr Lynde, Fruitvale, mail 
same 
Bacum John, laborer, res 1359 E 10th 
Badere E M Mrs, teaching painting, 

1307 Br >adway, res same 
Badescu J V, printer P P Pub Co, res 

7ol 19th 
Bulger B K, res 938 Peralta • 
" Thos VV, capitalist, res 412 E 10th 
Badgley Ray, clerk I Francisco, res 61 H 

J*ark ave 
" Wm 0, clerk E P Vandercook & Co, 

res 30G E 15th 
Biding Minnie Miss, student, res 920 

Broadway 
Baeorsfield Fredeiick, carpenter, res 

Todd nr Calais, mail Lorin 
Baganetti Angelina Mrs, res s s Weston 

nr Telegraph ave, mail Oakland 
Baage Emily Mrs, res 1660 14th 
" Ida C Miss, artist, res 1660 14th 
Baggett W S, res 1100 E 22d 
Baglin Gertrude Miss, employe P P Pub 

Co, res 1715 Market 
" Harriet Mrs, res 1715 Market 
" Jas, res 1715 Market 
Bagnelle Ray, inmate Industrial Home 

for Adult Blind 
Bahlmann Caroline Mrs, res 2029 E 14th 
Bahls Herman, clerk, S F, res 942 Linden 
" J F W Mrs, res 942 Linden 
' ' see also BoUcs 
Bahr Arthur, blacksmith helper Con P 

CCo 
" Gottlieb Rev, res 2034 Union 
Bailess Wm, painter S P Co, res 1806 7th 
Bailey A, employe Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 
" Ann Mrs, res 567 E 23d 
" Austin, foreman Engine Co No 2, res 
468 6th 
BAILEY CHARLES A.Berkeley land- 
owner, office 20 Montgomery, S F, 
res 1387 Harrison 
" E Mrs, saleslady G Mosbacher, res 

476 12th 
" Edward, res 518 Charter 
" Edward B, printer, Alameda, res 1681 

Lincoln 
" Fenton J, miner, res n s Monte Vista 

ave nr Piedmont ave 
' Hannah Mrs, res 464 3d 
' Hattie Miss, compositor, res 1681 

Lincoln 
' H C Mrs, res 1267 11th ave 



Bailey I L, usher Piedmont Baths 
" Jas, laborer, res 768 5th 
" Jas 1), salesman H DEliason, res 831 

Myrtle 
" John N, street grader, res 402 E 20th 
" John T, blacksmith, res 464 3d 
" Lillie M Miss, res 464 3d 
" Mary L Mrs, res 576 34th 
" Minnie Miss, res 1369 Jackson 
" Oscar J, carpenter, res 1179 3d 
" Robert 0, printer Carruth & Carruth, 

res 533 17th 
" S C Mr;., res 533 17th 
" Sherman A, bakery, 1316 12th ave, 

res same 
" Westley Mrs, res 126 9th 
" Wm, res 1806 7th 
" Wm H, pres California Improvement 

Co, office 10034 Broadway, rm 25, 

res 1369 Jackson 
" Wm H Jr, student, res 1369 Jackson 
" Wm I, wood and coal, 710 5th, res 

675 5th 
" Wm M, carpenter, res 22d opp end 

of Curtis 
" Wm T, printer Statesman, Alameda, 

res 1681 Lincoln 
" see also Bayley 
Baily M D Mrs, res 1670 Taylor 
" Muriel H Mis?, student, res 1670 

Taylor 
Bain Margaret Mrs. midwife, res 556 

16th 
" Robt B, employe Tillman & Bendel, 

S F, res 1251 27th ave, Fruitvale, 

mail same 
Baird A J Mrs, dressmaker, 1731 Myrtle, 

res same 
" Jas M, printer, S F, res s a Villa ave 

nr San Pablo ave, mail S F 
" John M, carpenter Jos Humphreys, 

res 1225 Peralta 
" Jos M, carriage and sign painter, 

1304 Broadway, res 1420 San Pablo 

ave 
" Llewellyn, machine hand Ingler & 

AtkiDSon, res 272 23d 
" Percival, miner, res 1731 Myrtle 
Bain/ Samuel, died Oct 4, 1891 
" Saml L, laborer, res 563 E 23d 
Bakeman John F, compositor Morning 

Times, res 1627 Grove 
Baker Albert F, carpenter, res 1303 Clay 
" Alfred H, driver Chas L Neale 
" Alfred J, grainer, res 562 15th 
" Alfred S, employe U S Mint, S F, 

res 562 15th 
' Angeline P, res 620 15th 
' Annie A Miss, dressmaker, res 584 

20th 
' Arthur M, res 356 E 22d 
' A W, clerk resident engineer's office 

S P Co, res 1256 8 th 
' Augustine, clerk, res 1119 11th ave 



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Baker A Warren, res 1418 8th 
" Carrie, physician, Chicago ave nr 

Boston ave, Fruitvale, res same, 

mail Uiniond P 
" Chas, clerk, 8 F, res 594 Jones 
" Chas, student, res 815 E 15th 
" Elias, bricklayer, res 826 Lydia 
" Eliza S Mrs, res 815 E 15th 
" Elmer, clerk Columbus Buggy Co, 

S F, res 1129 E 15th 
" Eugene fl, fireman S P Co, res 891 

pine 
" Frank D, tillerman Hook and Ladder 

Co No 1, res 470 6th 
" Frank F, clerk A H Breed & Co, res 

1834 (4rove 
" Fred H, engineer S P Co, res 1559 7th 
" Fred L, printer P P Pub Co, res 

1957 Myrtle 
" Geo, clerk P Baker, res 362 5th 
BAKER GEORGE G (Clough & Baker) 

res Wayne ave, Peralta Heights 
' ' Geo H, res Chicago ave nr Boston ave, 

Fruitvale, mail Dimond P 
" Geo 0, conductor S P Co, res 582 

E 12th 
" Geo W (Biker, Wines & Dorsey) S 

F, res 1051 Market 
" Gershon A, foreman press room P P 

Pub Co, res 1957 Myrtle 
" Harry L, student, res 1051 Market 
" Hattie E Miss, employe C C L Co, 

res 1421 15th 
" H B Mrs, propr Central Block (lodg- 
ing house) 1068 Broadway, rm 13, 

res same 
" Henry M, carpenter mill S P Co, res 

1052 Kirkham 
" Henry Y, machinist S P Co, res 1766 

William 
" Jas C, salesman Oakland Iron Works, 

res Sacramento House 
" Jas W, bookkeeper, res 407i 12th 
" Jeflferson B, carpenter, res e s Pleas 

ant Valley road. Piedmont 
" John, upholsterer, res 1712 Taylor 
" John C, machinist Judson Mfg Co, 

res Commercial Union Hotel, mail 

Emeryville 
" John H, special police ofl&cer, res 884 

27th 
" John W, clerk, S F, res 1119 11th 

ave 
•• John W, photographer, res 1222 E 

20th 
" Jos, student, res 1019 11th ave 
" Jos, fireman S P Co, res n s Division 

bet Pine and Cedar 
" Jos, res 459 22d 

" Jos E, editor, Fresno, rea 1221 8th 
" J T, res Playter Block, rm 29 
" Justin R, pressman P P Pub Co, res 

1961 Myrtle 
" L Mrs, res 594 Jones 



Baker Lavinia R Mrs, res 1375 Franklin 

" Levina Miss, artist, 568 17th, res 
same 

" Lewellyn P, blacksmith, res 1118 
Kirkham 

" M Miss, res 709 Filbert 

" Mamie Miss, res 1119 11th ave 

" Margaret H Mrs, res 584 20th 

" Martha D Miss, schoolteacher, Niles, 
res 562 15 th 

" Mary Miss, music teacher, res Chi- 
cago nr Boston ave, Fruitvale, mail 
Dimond P 

" Millicent H Miss, clerk The Union 
Savings Bank, res 584 20th 

" M Siblev, contractor and builder, 
1529 24th ave, res same 

" A, traveling salesman, res Hotel Al- 
bany 

" Orrin V, car cleaner S P Co, res 891 
Pine 

" Otis, teamster Pav Co, res 52124th 

" Patrick, teamster Humboldt Lumber 
Co, res 464 3d, rear 

" Peter, groceries, 823 Broadw^ay, res 
362 5th 

" Peter, teamster, res Felton nr Paradise, 
mail Lorin 

" Philip, meat market, 407 6th, res 
same 

" Roy, student, res 594 Jones 

" Rush D, employe S P Co, res 356 E 
22d 

" Rush D Jr, res 356 E 22d 

" Ruth H Miss, employe C C L Co, res 
1421 15th 

" Saml Mrs, res 1358 Webster 

'• Sarah J Mrs, res 891 Pine 

" Shirley, res 1358 Webster 

" Susan Mrs, res 1421 15th 

" Sylvia Mrs, forelady folding room P 
P Pub Co, res 1961 Myrtle 

' ' Thos, car cleaner S P Co, res n s Di- 
vision bet Pine and Cedar 

" Turpin A, salesman J W Harris, res 
413 12th 

" V Bell xMiss, res 891 Pine 

" Wm, painter, res 369 5th 

" Wm, miner, res 1119 11th ave 
BakewfcU John Rev, rector Grace Epis- 
copal Church, res Berkeley 
Balch Eustis, carpenter, res 1 376 9th ave 
Baldwin Abner W, bridge carpenter, S 
F, res 715 3d 

'* Alice Mrs, dressmaking, 1156^ E 
14th, res same 

'* A S, traveling agt, S F, res The Cen- 
tennial 

" Chas A, driver O C Hyatt, res 1704 
Seward 

"ED, switchman S P Co, res 1758 
Taylor 

" Edward L, engineer S P Co, res 410 
13th 



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Baldwin E N, car repairer S P Co, res 

1704 Seward I 

" E R, fireman S P Co ! 

" Frank, car repairer S P Co, rea 1704 

Seward 
" Geo P, foreman Log Cabin Bakery,! 

res 320 E 8th I 

" Harry C, mining, res 1410 Franklin 
" Henry B, driver C E H Reed, res 320 

E8th 
" John F, student, res 539 Simpson 

ave 
" Kate Miss, domestic, 1311 Market 
" Lloyd, student Bigh School, res w s 

Vernon ave, V'ernon Heights 
" Lloyd Mrs, res w s Vernon ave, Ver- 
non Heights 
" Mary Mrs, rfs628 17th 
" Minor P, canvasser Singer Sewing 

Machine Co, res 1704 Seward 
" M V Mrs, res 1410 Franklin 
" Robt O, physician, 1209 Broadway, 

rms 9 and 10, res same 
" SamlC, teacher banjo, res 1010 7th 
" S G W Mrs, res 1011 Linden 
Balemi John, stone mason Mt V Cem 
Bales David W, blacksmith, S F, res 522 

E24th 
Balfour Mary J Miss, res 1133 Myrtle 
Balis Edward B, res 1042 Chester 
" Wm G, employe S P Co, res 1042 

Chester 
Ball Frank J, patrol wagon driver, city 

police force, res 1311 Jefferson 
" Jennie Miss, res 1261 Clay j 

" John, physician and surgeon, 855 

Broadway, res same i 

" Margaret Mrs, les 1261 Clay 1 

" Nicholas A, Istasst engineer F D, 

res 559 16th 
" Oscar G, property clerk P P C Co, 

res 1266 E 11th 
" Tessie Miss, res 1261 Clay 
" Thos M, compositor, res 1261 Clay 
Ballantyne Chas A, painter, res 532 7th 
" Geo C, searcher G W McKeand, res 

Willson House 
" Mabel G Miss, res 523 17th 
" Wm, painter and paper hanger, 536 

16th, res 523 17th 
" Wm H, paper hanger, res 523 17th 
Ballard Byron, laborer, res 812 Henry 
" Dorcas L L, physician and surgeon, 

1271 11th ave, res same 
" Eliza Mrs, res 1450^ 7th 
" Geo A, engineer Court House, 1720 

8th 
"IF, agt Alameda Transfer S P Co 
" Jas W, wines and liquors, 912 Broad- 
way, res 942 Wood 
" John, res end Claremont ave, mail 

Lorin 
" Richard V, salesman R T Kennedy & 

Co, res 814 20th 



Ballard Sanford K, sec and cashier Cal- 
ifornia Insurance Co, S F, res 1271 
11th ave 
Ballenger V alter, res 2233 Elm 
Ballestrem Amelia Miss, nurse, res Bran- 
don nr Fruitvale station, Fruitvaie 
Ballis Mary Mrs, res 920 Center 
Balmas Rudolph, driver The F Thomas 

P Dand C Wks, res 837 Madison 
Balmforth Ralph, res 535 16th 
Baloera John, teamster Remillard Brick 

Co, res 659 Clay 
Baltimore Restaurant, Frank Merrill 

propr, 463 7th 
Balzer John, shoemaker, 805 Broadway, 

res 416 8th 
'* see also Boise r 

BAMBOO FURNITURE FACTORY, 

C W FoDg proprietor, 514 13th 
Bamford C E Mrs. res 1229 E 15th 
Bamford Mary E Miss, journalist, res 

1229 E 15th 
BamrickMary Mrs, res 816 31st 
Bandle Geo E, clerk S P Co, S F, res 

923 Wood 
Bandel Louis R, merchant S P Co, res 

923 Wood 
Banducci A, quarryman Pav Co, res 

with P Martino, Temescal 
Bane Adam C Rev, pastor Asbury M E 

Church South, res 1214 14th 
" Wm R, res 680 18th 
Banfill C R, brakeman S P Co 
Bangle Amos L, musician, res 1214 10th 

ave 
•' Branson, painter, res 1278 10th ave 
" Edward, clerk Craft «fe Russell, res 

556 E 12th 
" Edward, carriage painting, 801 E 

12th, res 1402 6th ave 
" Eva A Miss, res 1402 6th ave 
j Bangle Thehy Mrs, died Dec 20, 1891 
I Banglin Jasper, laborer, rea 114 Louisa 
I Bangs Frank, with Home Mutual Ins 
! Co, S F, res 4 th and 5th aves 

Banke Arthur W, carriage painter J E 

Johnson, res 410 lOth 
BANKHEAD DAVID B, manager Oak- 
land Fuel Co, SE cor Market and 
12th, res 820 12th 
" Hugh, auctioneer, res 756 Castro 
" John W, foreman Hook and Ladder 

Co No 1, res 817 Castro 
" Malcolm B, tinner M Sanford, res 
Lusk ave nr 41st, mail N Temescal 
" Wm S, substitute letter carrier, res 

756 Castro 
Banks Bert, reporter Oakland Morning 

Times 
" Chas L, police officer (city) res 558 

20th 
" F, porter P P C Co, res S F 
" Henry T, clerk H B Witt, res 823 
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Banks W Mrs, res 331 E 8th 
'• Wm E, employe dredger S P Co, res 

1070 Atlantic 
Bannau Wm, stock broker, S F, res 
1068 Uth I 

Bannister Alfred, vice pres Starr & Co, 

S F, res 1351 Madison * 

Bannon Patrick, laborer, res 1803 7th 
Bantan Oliver, barber, res E 2Sth nr 23d 

ave 
Baptist P>ank, laborer J udson Manufac- 
turing Co 
Baptista Manuel (Baptista & Thomas) 

res 720 Chester 
Baptista & Thomas (M Baptista and J 
Thomas) groceries and liquors, 713 
Campbell 
Barattini Clara Miss, res 922 3d 
" Lorenzo, porter, res 922 3d 
Barbagelata Amelia Miss, stenographer, 

res 606 3d 
" ElvaMiss, res 606 3d 
" F & Co (F Barbagelata) groceries, 

1247-1251 Broadway 
" Francisco (F Barbagelata & Co) res 

606 3d 
" Frank R, machine hand Burnham- 

Standeford Co, res 606 3d 
*' Giovanni (Cordano & Barbagelata) 

res 712 Myrtle 
" Oscar, with F Barbagelata & Co, res 

538 20th 
Barbe August, carpenter, res 518 8th 
Barbean Henry, saloon, SW cor Tele- 
graph ave and 49th, res same, mail 
N Temescal 
Barber Ann Mrs, res 1376 12th ave j 

" Annie D Miss, artist, res 1376 12th' 
ave I 

BARBER GILBERT M (Perry & Bar- 
ber) res Tremont House 
" John H, carpenter W T Veitch &I 
Bro, res 911 35th I 

" John A, bookkeeper Grangers' Bank 
of California, S F, res 1376 12th ave! 
" Lillie Miss, domestic, 918 10th 
Barberi Frank, caterer, res 420 Ist 
Barbosa Emily, finisher Cal Jute Mills 

Co 
Barbose John, res 20th ave and E 21st 
Barbour F F, engineer, S F, res 756 13th 
" Jos, employe C C L Co 
Barcellis Frank C, employe Cal Door Co, 
res n s Union ave nr Bay, mail 
Golden Gate 
Barclay Hugh, laborer, res 263 2d 
" John J, deck hand str Alameda, res 

653 Jefferson 
" K L Mrs, res 1712 Taylor 
" Patrick, laborer, res 263 2d 
Bardellini Jos, copyist recorder's office, 

Hall of Records, res 773 11th 
Bardini Andre, employe C C L Co, res 
same 



Bardini Antonio, employe C C L Co, res 
same 

Bardon John W, res 1312 E 16th, Fruit- 
vale 
Bardsley Hannah Miss, matron West 
Oakland Home, 973 Campbell, res 
same 
Bardwell Josephine Miss, res 709 E 14th 
Bargas Frank M, carpenter, res 519 7th, 
rear 

" Marcelino, mining, res519 7th, rear 

" Mary C Mi is, dressmaker, res 519 

7th, rear 
Barge J, laborer S P Co 
Bargen A, employe S P Co, res 1080 7th 
Barhite L J Mrs, res 5 14 15th 
Barker Arthur C, music teacher, 1068 
Broadway, rm 23, res same 

" Chas R, solicitor Kennedy's Agency, 
res 2217 Chestnut 

" Clara E Miss, compositor Oakland 
Enquirer, res Arlington House 

" Enoch W, teacher writing Oakland 
public schools, res 1161 Center 

" Frederick R, architect, 452 8th, res 
600 E 12th 

" Frederick, res 130 Hannah 

" Frederick P, bookkeeper Jas L Bar- 
ker & Co, res Berkeley 

" Gertrude E Miss, res 1464 12th 
BARKER JAMES L (James L Barker 

& Co) res Berkeley 
BARKER JAMES L & CO (James L 
Barker and R W Kinney) importers 
plumbers' supplies, iron pipe and 
pumps, 401 8th and 855 and 863 
Franklin 

" Jennie Miso, domestic, 1659 Grove 

" Jos, oiler str San Juan, S F, res 103 
Hannah 

" Jos, clerk C P Hardenbergh, res 1119 
11th ave 

" Jos H, engioeer G & H Oo, res 
766 4th 

" Joshua, res Dimond north of Colum- 
bus ave, mail N Temescal 
Barker Robert A, removed to Berkeley, 
Peralta P 

" Squire, molder, S F, res 130 Hannah 

" Stephen, machinist Oakland Iron 
Works, res 1012 West 

BARKER TIMOTHY L, res 1119 

Castro 
Barkhouse Fred C, carpenter W T 

Veitch & Bro, res Girard Hotel 
Barkman Lewis, electrotyper, res 971 

E 23d 
Barletta Mateo, laborer Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res e s 5th nr Powell, 

mail Golden Gate 
BARLOW ALBERT (People's Express 

and Transfer Co) res 367 Durant 
" Frank T, traveling salesman, S F.res 

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Barlow Jos A, agt Chas S Dnrgia & Co, 
res 1416J San Pablo ave 

" Kate Misa, res 214 B 

" Lou Miss, res 309 E I2th 

" Mary Mrs, res 214 B 

" Tillie Miss, employe Mrs H R Jack- 
son, res 367 Durant 
Barnaby J C, gripman Con P C Co, res 
24th and Valdez 

Barnacle Annie Mrs, dressmaker, res 417 

let 
BARNARD DANIEL D (W E Bar- 
nard & Son) res 1467 Castro 

' ' Grace E Miss, kindergarten teacher, 
res 1467 Castro 

" Lemuel H, sec S F Candle Co, S F, 
res 523 Jones 

BARNARD W E & SON (William E 

and Daniel D) real estate and loans, 

483 9th 

" Wm C, sec H Dutard, S F, res 822^ 

19th 

BARNARD WM E (W E Barnard & 

Son) res 1467 Castro 
" see also Bernard 

Earner Washington, stock drover Gray- 
son, Owen & Co, res Golden Gate 
Hotel, Stock Yards, mail Oakland j 
Barnes Alice N Miss, dressmaker, res 
82 li Center 
Annie Mrs, res 821 1^ Center 
Annie M Miss, dressmaker, res 870 
Campbell ' 

Elizabeth B Miss, teacher Durant! 
School, res 1217 Webster ' 

Fredk H, foreman Eagle Planing 
Mills, res 1012^ 7th ave 
Henry C, machinist S P Co, res 1322| 
12th j 

Jas, packer Gould & Williamson, res 

870 Campbell 
Jas L, machinist S P Co, res 870J 
Campbell 
Lotta A Miss, dressmaker, res 821 J 
Center | 

Michael, res 952 Poplar 
Sarah J Miss, dressmaker, res 821 i 

Center 
Thos, res 1128 3d 

W D Mrs, dressmaker, 1004 Web- 
ster, res same 
Barnett Allison, bridge carpenter S P 

Co, res 1256 Cypress 
" David, furniture and household 
goods, 473 and 475 8th, res 412 5th 
" David P, real estate, res 1116 2d ave 
" Edward, gents' furnishings, 843 
Broadway, res 1505 Telegraph ave 
" Edward J, clerk P Baker, res 523 8th 
" E Z, photographer, res 1366 13th ave 
" Frank T, paper hanger, res 523 8th 
" Gussie Miss, res 410 5th 
" Isaac, fruits, etc, 410 5th, res same 
" Jennie Miss, res 410 5th 



Barnett John, police oflBcer and prison 

keeper police dept, res 523 8th 
" John Z, letter carrier, res 523 8th 
" Nellie Miss, res 523 8th 
" Rufus P, foreman dredger S P Co,res 

924 E 23d 
" see also Bernett and Burnett 
Barnewitz Theodore, painter, 1514 

Broadway, res same 
Barney A S, mgr Mutual Ins Co, S F, 

res s s Oakland ave, Vernon Heights 
" Chas E, carpenter, res 1126 E 14th, 

rear 
" Chas L, train baggageman S P Co, 

res 1721 Filbert 
" Fredk N, painter M F Keating, res 

1723 Filbert 

" John N, carpenter, res 1723 Filbert 

" Raymond, painter, res 1950 Filbert 

" Raymond L, atudent,res 1950 Filbert 

Barnickel Annie M, dressmaker, res 658 

Webster 
" Paul, engineer, res 658 Webster 
" Wm J, news agt, res 658 Webster 
Barnum Daniel B, res 701 Castro 
" Evelyn S Miss, milliner, res 701 Cas- 
tro 
" Ida E Miss, res 701 Castro 
" Orrien S, student, res 701 Castro 
" Paul T,clerk W C T U Coffee Rooms, 

res Alameda 

BARNUM RESTAURANT, Lavorel 

& Pagge proprietors, SE cor Broad- 
way and 7th 

BARNUM S F MRS, manager W C T U 
Coffee Rooms, 476 9th, res Alameda 

Baroteau Alfred A, railroad and steam- 
ship ticket agt, and wines and liq- 
uors, NW cor 5th and Market, res 
same 

Barr Danl, employe Amador Marble Co, 
res e s Piedmont ave, nr Mt V Cem 
" John, res 1427 Franklin 
" Rutherfood T (Barr & Williams) res 

878 Lvdia 
" Thos, res Playter Block, rm 65 

Barr & Williams (R T Barr and Thos 
Williams) barbers, 960 Washington 

Barracks Jas F, machine hand Broad- 
way Planing Mills, res 666 Valdez 

Barratt Ezra, postmaster, Dimond post 
office, Hopkins nr Fruitvale ave, res 

BARRE & CANNON (Charles M 
Barre and F C Cannon) successors 
to Will H Burrall, real estate and 
insurance, 408 10th 

BARRE CHARLIS M (Barre & Can- 
non) res 558 20th 
" Jennie Mrs, dressmaker, res 558 20th 
"LP, substitute letter carrier, res 
558 20th 

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Barrelle 08car,mgr Cal Waejon Jack Co,, 

610 E 11th, res 1367 13th ave | 

Barrett A Mrs, res 570 15th 
" Annie Miss, domestic, 22*26 Grove 
" Antonio M, car repairer S P Co, res 

872 Campbell 
" Chas R, capitalist, res 1961 Grove ! 
" Daniels, res 542 20th i 

" Dominick W, salesman McGovem,! 

Cahill & Co, res 820 Harrison 
" E J Mrs, res 318 Uth j 

" Fred W, express messenger Wells, 

Fargo & Co, S F, res 417 E 17th | 
" Geo H, vineyardist, Fresno, res 1014 

Broadway, rm 34 
" Jennie I Miss, clerk R T Kennedy & 

Co, res 833 Myrtle ' 

" J M Mrs, boarding and lodging, 1018 

6th ave, res same 
" John, gardener, res 1308 13th ave j 
" John S, clerk, res 833 Myrtle ' 

" Mamie Miss, dressmaker, res 833 

Myrtle I 

" Mary A Miss, clerk F Brown, res 

1454 7th 
" Patrick, butcher, res 833 Myrtle 
" Richard, miner, res 709 Castro 
" Wm F, driver Truck Co No 2 F 

D, res 1308 13th ave 
" Wm J,traveling salesman, S F,re8 579 

Kennedy 
" Wm K plasterer, res 1726 8th 
Barrington Annie G Miss, res 1232 

Chestnnt 
" Geo F, clerk, S F, res 1232 Chestnut 
" May E Miss student, res 1232 Chest- 
nut I 
Barriona Domenic ■•, employe C C L Co, 

res same I 

Barron Cora Miss, res 1318 11th ave 
" Tho3 I, wagon maker, res 1318 11th 

ave 
BARROWS ELLA J MISS, proprie- 
tor The What Not, notions, etc, 

1669 (jrove, res 1427 Franklin 
BARROWS L C MRS, private board- 

iog house, 1427 Franklin, res same 
Barry Alice Miss, employe Mrs H R 

Jackson, res 1760 San Pablo ave 
" David, carri ge painter J E Johnson, 

res 1603 West 
" David, gardener, res 1022 West 
" David F, meat market, Alcatraz ave 

nr Adeline, res Telegraph ave nr 

Merced, mail Lorin 
" E Albert, carpenter S P Co, res 1061 

Wood 
" Edward, broker,S F,res 1012 Adeline 
" Edward, laborer, res 740 Chester 
*' Emma, domestic, 530 10th 
" Geo S, printer, S F, res s s Villa ave 

nr San Pablo ave, mail S F 
" Herbert M, coUector O G L & H Co, 

res 1012 Adeline 



Barry H N, switchman S P Co,res Greg- 
ory Block, rm 23 
" Ida Miss, milliner L H Briggs, res 

1061 Wood 
" Jas, res Tevis, Bassett Tract, Fruit- 
vale 
" Jas, blacksmith S P Co, res Girard 

Hotel 
" Jane Mrs, res 1061 Wood 
" John H (Brosnahan & Barry) res 

835 J Market 
" John J, clerk S P Co, res 873 Peralta 
" John J (Barry & Kramer) res 1022 

West 
" Julia Mrs, res 873 Peralta 
" Kate Miss, res 1022 West 
" & Kramer (J J Barry and Phillip J 

Kramer) plumbers, 522 8th 
" Lulu Miss, res 873 Peralta 
" Newton H,clerk,S F,res 2012 Adeline 
" Patrick, carriage painter E Bangle, 

re8 6l2i E 12th 
" Peter, laborer S P Co, res 1872 At- 
lantic 
" Robt, laborer, res 410 10th 
" Sarah A Mrs, res 1S30 Adeline 
" Thos T, clerk, S F, res Juanita Hotel 
" Wm, res 1627 8th 
" Wm F, pressman, S F, res s s Villa 

ave nr San Pablo ave, mail S F 
Barstow Alfred, atty at law, S F, res 

1018 18th 
" Alfred Jr, student, res 1018 18th 
" Amanda Mi^s, res 1352 Harrison 
BARSTOW ANSON, hay, graio, wood 
and coal, SE cor 13th and Fraaklin, 
res 1356 Franklin 
" David, di-uggist, res 10B4 22d 
" Lizzie Miss, res 1064 22d 
" L R Mrs, res 1064 22d 
" Mary Miss, res 1352 Harrison 
" Wallace, sign painter, res 1064 22d 
" Wm R, florist, 1064 22d, res same 
Bartejo Jacinto, laborer, res 725 Herry 
Bartelli Giovanni, employe C C L Co, 

res same 
BARTELME JOHN P (Bartelme & 

Smith) 479 9th, res 686 25th 
" L M Mrs, dressmaking, 686 25th, res 
s me 
BARTELME &. SMITH (J P Bartelme 
and G C Smith) fire, life and acci- 
dent insurance, 479 9fh 
Bartels Annie Miss, res 730 3d 
" Bernhardt, butcher Ernst & Neuman, 

res 730 3d 
" C, carijenter W T Veitch & Bro 
" Chas, barber, 503 14th, res 501 24th 
" Edward, clerk Grand Rule Bizaar. 

res Lorin 
" Fredk, carpenter Mann & Mole, res 

Lorin 
" Frederick, blacksmith Wm Morck, 
res 2319 Grove, mail N Temescal 



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BKrtels Henry, gunsmith C E Burgans, 

res 730 3d 
" Henry, laborer, res 730 3d 
" Louise, clerk A H & ML Schlueter, 

res Merced ave nr McCall 
" Walter, clerk KAHN BROS, res 

2319 Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Will, laborer, res 501 I'lth 
" Wm, upholsterer C Schreiber, res 

23 U) Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Wm C, carpenter Mann & Mole, res 

NW cor Idaho and Felton, mail 

Golden Gate 
Barter Augusta B Mrs, oflBces and rooms 

1004 Broadway, rm 16, res same 
" Nellie Mrs, res' 1062 lUh ave 
Bartholomew C A, mariner, res 807 

Jefferson 
" E Mrs, res 1416 Grove 
" E M Mrs, teacher Franklin School, 

res 256 E 15 th 
" Net'ie E Mrs, res 1371 Harrison 
" SethS, res 256 E 16th 
Bartisto Marion, laborer Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 219 Haven 
Bartle Frank, driver Cable R Co, res 

41st bet 8an Pablo ave and Adeline 
Bartles Maud Miss, clerk H C Capwell, 

res 1377 12th 
Butlett Alice C Miss, stenographer 

PP Pub Co, res 712 llth 
" Alice M Miss, dressmaker, res 963 

Grove 
" C Mrs, res 666 29th 
" Chas E, employe C C L Co, res 963 

Grove 
" Cornelia P Miss, res n s John nr 

Howe 
" E Mrs, res 527 Frederick 
" Eliza D Mrs, res 267 9th 
" Erastus, res 1018 6th ave 
" Geo, carriage painter Galmann & 

Gerharty, res 963 Grove 
" Geo C, res n s John nr Howe 
" H«ll, NE cor 7th and Pine 
" Jos A, clerk, S F, res 560 14th 
" Jennie Miss, dressmaker, 875 Wash- 
ington, res sam* 
" L E (The People's Theater) res Ala- 

medo 
" Martha A Miss, dressmaker, res 963 

Grove 
" May A Miss, waiter W C T U Coffee 

Rooms, res San Leandro 
" M B Mrs. res 963 Grove 
" M J Mrs, res 712 llth 
" M S Mrs, res 562 13th 
BARTLETT PLINY, superintendent 

Contra Costa Laundry Co, res 1311 

Franklin 
" Pliny V S, asstU S Geological Survey, 

res 1311 Franklin 
" Richard, driver Log Cabin Bakery, 

res 2075 San Pablo ave i 



Bartlett S Mrs, res 1260 Franklin 
" Sarah Miss, res 963 Grove 
" Sarah A C Mrs, res n s Jv bn nr 

Howe 
" Thos J, carpenter and buildei, res 
Capp ave nr Nicol ave, Fruitvale, 
mail Uimond P 
" W C, cutter, S F, res 1468 Grove 
" Wm C, journalist, S F, res 477 Pros- 
pect ave 
Baithng Bertha Miss, res 710 14th 
" Florenc* Miss, teacher, Fresno, res 

719 14th 
" Grace Miss, res 719 14th 
" HM Mrs, res 719 14th 
Barton J Q, waiter P P C Co, res S F 
Barton Tlioma-'i W, plasterer, removed 
to Los Angeles 
" Willard T (Coit, Barton & Cowles, 
S F) res off Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Bartram Robt W, teaming contractor, 

760 17th, res same 
Bartwell Harry, news agt E S Denison, 

Oakland Pier 
Basch F Miss, clerk M WoUheim, res 

951 Webster 
" M Mrs, res 951 Webster 
Bascizza Geo, cook, res 1555 7th 
" Geo Jr, student, res 1555 7th 
Bashford A C. wood turner P C Mill & L 
Co, res 462 5th 
" Edward L, student, res 1379 Harrison 
" Frances A Mrs, res 1379 Harrison 
Bask^rville J P, porter P P C Co, rw 

1774 Atlantic 
Basherville M Rev, removed to Tacoma, 

Wash 
Basler Wm, baker, res n s 45th nr Grove, 

mail N Temescal 
Basnett John D, res 1361 Peralta 
Baso Antonio, laborer, S F, res 669 3d 
Bass Levina Mrs, res 725 Lewis 
" Saml H, clerk California Improve- 
ment Co and California Railway, res 
1003 J Broadway, rm 25 
Bas»e E, employe J W Umphred,re8 S F 
Bisser Swan, blacksmith E Gates, res 
Seminary ave nr San Leandro road, 
Fruitvale 
BasBett Alonzo, stone contractor, res 

nil West 
" Augustus 8, painter, res 1705 7th 
" Bros (H F, P L. T R and E D) 
contractors and builders, Bassett nr 
Fruitvale station, Fruitvale 
" Edward D (Bassett Bros) res Bassett 

nr Fruitvale station, Fruitvale 
*• Henry F (Bassett Bros) res Bassett 

nr Fruitvale station, Fruitvale 
" Jas C. contractor and builder, res 

766 20th 
" Jas M, editor, res 728 Sth 
" J Frank, rcs High nr San Leandro 
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Baseett John M, tallyman P S L Co Batkiu Henry M, clerk, S F, r«s 1037 
" KN Miss, teacher Harrison School, Union 

res 5S1 12th ! " Leonored S, clerk, res 1217 8th 

" Peter L (Bassett Bros) res Bassett nr Batterman Lucy A S Mrs, res 840 West, 



Fruitvale station, Fruitvale 
" Summerfield, machinist, res 1827 

William 
" Thos E (Bassett Bros) res Bassett nr 

Fruitvale station, Fruitvale 
Bassi J, res Jst ave nr Avon, mail N 

Temescal 
Bastian Bertha M Miss, res 1716 8th 
" Frank, plumber Sturm & Leitch, res 
843 Fallon 
Fred A, machinist, S F, res 1716 8th 



Baudin John P, contractor, res 560 16th 
Bauer Christian, res 1227 25th ave 
" Flora E Miss, res 1227 25th ave 
" John, sec Oakland Co-operative Cigar 

Co, 467 7th, res 371 6th 
" Louisa Mrs, lodgings, 1380 Broadway, 

res same 
" Peter, capitalist, res 14 Valley 
Bauerle John, i-es Grant ave nr Tele- 
graph ave 



" Fredk, blacksmith S P Co, res 1716; BaughmanJasW, contractor and builder. 



8th 
Bastiano Geffere, cook Athenian Club, 

res 165 7th 
Batchelder D F, special officer, res Will- 
eon House 
" E Mrs, dressmaker, 539 17th, res 
same 



res 1315 5th ave 
Bauhofer Hermann, clerk M Bauhofer, 
res Hopkins opp Champion, P'ruit- 
vale, mail care P C Nielsen 
" Martin, propr Fruitvale Family Re- 
sort, res Hopkins opp Champion, 
Fruitvale, mail care P C Nielsen 
Elmer E, clerk W F Batchelder, res! Bauka John, laborer Judson Manufac- 

565 15th I turing Co 

Frank, plumber, res 539 17th | Bauldie Maiy, domestic Girard Hotel, 

H C Miss, res 712 19th res same 

Saml N, pattern maker, S F, res 1708 Baum Alois S, salesman Greenhood & 

14th Gilmore, res Galiado Hotel 

Saml S, sexton First Presbyterian '* Hyman, tailor, res 559 6th 
Church, res 1210 San Pablo ave,.rm8i " Joseph, stock dealer, res 514 15th 
37 and 38 I Bauman John, contractor and builder, 

res 1073 14th ave 
Baumann C, carpenter, res 1711 Linden 
Lawrence, agt, S F, res 1944 Filbert 



" W F, groceries, 1277 San Pablo ave, 

res 712 19th 
" Wm K, carpenter, res 511 17th 
Bate Ada Miss, res w s San Pablo ave nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
Bateman Henry, carpenter Burnham- 

Standeford Co, res 1059 Franklin 
" May Miss, res 1072 14th 
" R P, res 1072 14th 
Bates Ada M Miss, teacher piano, 756 

11th, res same 
" Chas A, barber H G Jacobs, res 
Golden Eagle House 



" Michael (Baumann & Will) res Bay 
nr Dalton ave, mail Oakland 

" Saml, res 813 Market 

" & Will (Michael Baumann and Theo- 
dore F Will) bone yard. Bay nr Dal- 
ton ave. Stock Yards, mail Oakland 

" see also Bowman 
Baumgard '', junk dealer, res 465 4th 
Baumgart Robt, brass finisher, S F, res 
1060 Campbell 



Chas D, employe P] J Bates, res 451 B Baumgarten Hermann, pork packer M 



BATES CHARLES D, superintendent 
Alameda Macadamizing Co and Bay 
Rock Co, res 756 11th 

" Chas D Jr, asst bookkeeper Alameda 
Mac Co, res 756 11th 

" Clara M Miss, res 756 11th 

" Ephraim J, grading contractor, res 
451 B 

" Esther Mrs, employe California Cot- 
ton Mills Co, res 1274 E 11th 

" Frederick L, clerk supt of streets. 
City Hall, res 826 Madison 

" May T Miss, student, res 756 11th 
Bates Virginia H Mrs, died April 17, 1892 
Batisto A, quarryman Pav Co, res 
P Martino, Temescal 

" R, quarryman Pav Co, res Temes 
cal 



M Samson & Co, res 519 10th 
" Jos, cattle dealer, res 519 10th 
" Julius, driver M M Samson & Co, res 
519 10th 
BAUMGARTNER A C, secretary 
Oakland Preserving Co, 1st and Fil- 
bert, res 930 Myrtle 
" A Fred, mgr Tillmann & Bendel, S F, 

res 930 Myrtle 
Bansch Chas, clerk Max Schuize, res 
1457 San PaMo ave 

BAUSKE REINflOLD E, dentist C H 

Walker, res 1570 Telegraph ave 

Baxley Geo W, druggist, 274 B, res same 

" John W, shipwright, res 1955 Union 

" John W Jr, carpenter, res 1955 Union 

" Saml A, druggist G W Baxley, res 

1955 Union 



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Baxter Agnes Mrs, died Nov 13, 1891 
Chas A, clerk, S F, res 1236 Adeline 
David W, carpenter and builder, 763 

Grove, res same 
Ellery E, butcher J B Baxter, res 22 

Watts 
Hall W, clerk, S F, res 1236 Adeline 
Jas, Master dredger No 2, 8 F, res 

1916 Linden 
Jas Jr, res 1916 Linden 
Jas M, employe Palo Alto Stables, 

res 1 156 Union 
John B, meat market, junction San 

Pablo ave and Peralta, res 22 Watts 
Wm S, bookkeeper, S F, res 1419 

Myrtle 

BAY CITY FLOURING MILLS, 

Samm & Westphal proprietors, N W 
cor 1st and Clay 

" District Lodge No 226 A U W, 
meets every Tuesday evening at 
Klinkner Hall, Golden Gate 

" District Public School, Miss Nellie 
M Eckles principal, San Pablo »ve 
and Crawford. Golden Gate 
BAY ROCK CO, A T Arrowsmith pres- 
ident, Anson S Blake secretary, 456 
8tb, rm S 

" State Bakery, J N Davidson propr,, 
1701 San Pablo ave 

" View H use (lodgings) Mrs James 
Wood worth propr, 1 836} 4 7th 
BAY VIEW SALOON, Harr , Jenkins 

proprietor. 915 7th 
BAYER L MADAM, dressmaking and' 
millinery school, branch of 926 
Larkin,S F,418 12th, rm 3, res sam^ 

" Theodore W, bookkeeper, S F, res 
1012 E 16th 

" see also Beyer and Boyer 
Bayle, Lacoste & Co (John Bayle, John 
Laciste and Peter Barreilles) tripe 
works. Bay nr Di«lton ave, Stock 
Yards, office and mail S F 
Bayl-'s Edward W W (Jos Bayles & Son) 
res 1530 Market 

" Eliza Mrs, res 564 E 11 th, rear 

" Geo E, house mover Jos Bayles & 
Son, res 1630 Adeline 

" Jos (Jos Bayles & Son) res 1530 Mar- 
ket 

" Jos & Son (Jos and Edward W W) 

house movers, 1530 Market 
Bayless S F B, porter P P C Co, res S F 
Bay ley Alice P, student, res 616 E 17th 

" Arthur N, res 1307 Castro 

" Chas H, photographer, 515 7th, res 
220 N Center 

" Geo B, clerk, S F, res 1307 Castro 

" Gertrude N Miss, res 1307 Castro 

" N F Mrs, res 1409 Castro 

" Robt, commission merchant, S F, res 
616 E 17th I 

" see also Bailey I 



Bayliss Henry H, carpenter Ingi^r & 

Atkinson, res 1224 19th ave 
Bazana Jos, bootblack, res 813 3d, rear 
Beach Anne Miss, clerk Land Title Co, 

res 475 9th 
" Chas R, pressman Carruth & Carruth, 

res 475 9th 
" Clara Miss, res 475 9th 
" Frank L, carpenter, res 1257 E 11th 
" Geo, res 1110 Alice 
"Geo A, driver O G C & D Co, res 886 

Lydia 
" Geo D, poultryman, res E 14th nr 

Tevis, Fruitvale 
" Henry H, bookkeeper, S F, res 615 

10th 
" Henry Ward, carpenter, res 1257 E 

nth 

" John H, bartender Dresco & Co, res 

418 12th 
" Mary Miss, clerk Land Title Co, res 

475 9th 
" Ransom E, salesman, S F, res 1202 

Monroe 
" Robt C, res 475 9th 
" Thos, res 886 Lydia 
" Thos, res 1110 Alice 
Beacon Wm IT, removed to Oregon, 111 
Beadle Mary H Miss, domestic, 1470 7th 

ave 
Beakleay Henry, jsweler, res SW cor 

Columbus ave and Maple, mail N 

Temescal 
Beal Amos M, supt Cal and Nevada 

Railroad, 40th and San Pablo ave, 

res Adeline nr 40th 
" Chas H, mill hand, res 1206 E 11th 
" Frank, employe S P Co, res 1816 

Atlantic 
" John F, ropeman Con P C Co, res 

1534 Broadway 
" Robt, clerk Reed tfe Miller, res Ross 

House 
" Wm B, res 576 E 14th 
Beale Jonathan, carpenter, res 653 Ade- 
line 
" Wm T, wood and coal, 1451 8th, res 

1376 12th 
Bealer Miry Miss, housekeeper Eureka 

Hotel, res same 
Beals Henry, helper S P Co 
Beam I W, mfrs' agt, S F, res 1316 

Myrtle 
" Joel M, res 1631 Market 
" Jonas, carpenter, res Lester House 
" see also B(em 
Beaman H L Mrs. res 718 9th 
Bean Archibald E, carpenter, res 621 

3d 
" Geo A, driver H White & Co, res 

820 12th 
" Jos, laborer P Cartier, res 552 Broad- 
way 
" Wm H, collector, res 558 >^ 7th 



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Bear Abraham, switchman S P Co, res 

1780 Atlantic 
" Uriah A, car repairer S P Co, res 

736 Peralta 
Beardsley Edward, clerk Merriam & Co, 

res 412 17th 
" M W Mrs, res Merritt House 
" see ako Bardsley 
Beasley Rufus F Rev, res 619 E 19th 
Beatie Walter C, salesman W J Dingee, 

res Athenian Club 
Beattie Major J, carpenter Geo A Kirk, 

res 360 10th 
Beatty Belle M Miss, proof reader P P 

Pub Co, res 768 20th 
" David L, student, res 768 20th 
" Francis Miss, empl^^ye C C L Co, res 

1215 Kirkham 
" J H, gripman Cable R Co, res 819 

Isabella 
" Josephine Mrs, res Playter Block, 

rma 56 and 57 
" Mary Mrs, res 768 20th 
" Thos H, pres-man P P Pub Co, res 

768 20th 
Beauchamp Jos E, conductor Con P C 

Co, res e s Walaworth ave nr Pros- 
pect 
Beaudry Block, NW cor San Pablo ave 

and Powell 
" Florence Miss, res 540 Jones 
" Isabella Miss, res 540 Jones 
" J Edward, clerk Beaudry & McAvoy, 

res 540 Jones ' 

BEAUDRY LOUIS M (Beaudry & 

McAvoy) res 540 Jones 
" Louis M Jr, clerk Beaudry & Mc-j 

Avoy, res 540 Jones 

BEAUDRY & McAVOY (L M Beau-; 

dry & J C McAvoy) undertakers, 

873 Washington, telephone No 3 
Beaulieu Albert, driver L SchaeflFer, res 

528 Broadway 
Beauregard Napoleon, supt rolling mill 

dept Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

and mail S F 
Beauvais Lou A Miss, teacher Franklin 

School, res 1266 Franklin \ 

" Vinnie Mrs, res 1266 Franklin 
BEAVER GEORGE W, president 

Cal Cotton Mills Co, 23d ave sta- 
tion, E Oakland, res S F 
Bebiani D, teamster O Pav Co, res 

Grove and 42d 
Bechdel Arthur N, fireman S P Co, res 

876 Wood 
" Nelson A, machinist S P Co, res 876 

W ood 
Becher Geo, cabinet maker C Schreiber, 

res Capitol Hotel 
Becht Chas F, keeper Con P C Co Base 

ball grounds, res same 
' ' Dora Miss, res 579 Charter 
" Frank, res 1054 Broadway 



Bechtel Caroline Mrs, res 1466 8th 
" M A Mrs, res NE cor Fruitvale ave 

and Lynde, mail same 
Beck Aldus C, warehouseman G L & 

H Co, res 757 Brush 
" Chas C, res 1339 Alice 
" D L Mrs, res 512 22d 
" E A Miss, res 629 14th 
" Elizabeth W Mrs, died Oct 22, 1891 
" Eugene B (Beck Sons & Co) res 1339 

Alice 
" Eugene B Jr, student U C, res 1339 

Alice 
" Fred, res 559 36th 
" Harry, teamster Eagle B & M Co, res 

1137 Filbert 
" Herbert W, student, res 1339 Alice 
" Isaac N, teamst-r, res w s Pleasant 

Valley road nr Stanford Tract 
" Jas, carpenter, res 629 14th 
" J C Mrs, res 856 Jefferson 
*' J N, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

quarry, res same 
" John M, special agt and adjuster, S 

F, res 1257 Jackson 
" Kittie Miss, res 1054 10th 
" Louis I. res 1917 Myrtle 
" Miles Mrs, res 629 14th 
" Miles W, employe Oakland Rubber 

Stamp Co, res 629 14th 
" Thos, gardener, res 1137 Filbert 
" Thos A, clerk R M Duncan, res 1137 

Filbert 
" Walter F, commission merchant, S 

F, res 512 Charter 
" Wm, real estate, S F,res 1917 Myrtle 
" see also Bock and Boek 
Becker Chas W, piano mover Clark, Wise 

& Bro, res 1210 28th 
" Christopher, newspaper carrier, res 

848 30th 
" Fred, propr Grand Central Meat Mar- 
ket, 916 Washington, res 667 5th 
" J J, brakeman S P Co, res 1772 7th 
" Katie Miss, student, res 848 30th 
" Peter, saloon, 471 7th, res 512 5th 
Beckerley Jas T, car repairer S P Co,res 

1621 Taylor 
Beckert Gustav (Smith & Co) res 70 7th 
Beckerton Chas A, died Oct 11, 1891 
" Emma Mrs, res 1411 10th 
Beckett John, carpenter, res 755 Jeffer- 
son 
Beckley Hatiie E Mrs, dressmaker, res 

524 13th 
«' Ward, clerk S P Co, S F, res 524 13th 
Beckwith Alice C Miss, compositor P P 

Pub Co, res 727 8th 
" Frank D, res 727 8th 
" Geo C, died April 19, 1892 
" Geo E, student, res 727 8th 
" Hattie Miss, compositor P P Pub Co, 

res 727 8th 
"EG, res Girard Hotel 



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BECKWITH JOHN A (Smith & 

BecWwith) res 541 Caledonia ave 
" Mary E Miss, book folder P P Pub 

Co. re.s 727 8th 
" M H Mrs, res 727 8th 
•' Ward M, physician and surgeon, 
NE cor E 14th and 23d ave, res same 
" WmG, res 1420 Castro 
Beda Pauline Miss, employe Oakland 

French Laundry, res (590 29th 
Bedbury Andrew L, employe West Oak- 
land Sash, and Door Factory, res 
1308 10th ave 
" Geo W (Pacific Artificial Stone 

Co) res 1308 10th ave 
Bedell Geo S, stevedore, res 709 Brush 
Bedford John, porter P P C Co, res 762 

Chestnut 
Bee Anton, teamster, res 662 Alice 
Beebe Chas W (Trumbull & Beebe, S F) 

res 607 18th 
" Jas, farmer, res w s Telegi-aph ave 
bet 48th and 49th, mail N Temeacal 
" Minnie Miss, res 1366 10th 
" Nelson H, real estate, res 13ii6 10th 
" Wm S, res 1709 Chase 
Beebee G L Mrs, res 1110 E 14th 
Beeby Mary E Miss, bookkeeper R J 

Beeby, res 624 12th 
BEEBY ROBERT J. dealer in carriages,! 
buggies, carts, lap robes, saddles, 
harness and blankets, 1064 and 1066 
Broadway, res 624 12th j 

Beecher J H, agt Murphy Varnish Co, 

S F. res Willson House 
Beedle Minnie W Miss, clerk W H Bee- 
die, res 1221 7th 
" Wm H, confectionery, 1458^ 7th, res 

1221 7th 
Beekman Ella F Miss, milliner L H| 
Briggs, res 827 Henry i 

" Pauline Mrs, dressmaking,827 Henry, 

res same 
Beem Louis C, fruit and produce, city 
market, 12th and Washington, res 
1921 Myrtle 
Beeny Jas H, wharfinger Oakland Pier, 

S P Co, res The Centennial 
" Wm E, conductor Con P C Co, res 

021 20th 
Beer Oliver H, salesman Taft & Pen- 

noyer, res 671 8th 
Beers David B (Beers & Rowell) res 1671 

Grove 
" John M, cigar mfr, 1323 San Pablo 

ave, res 1723 Market 

" & Rowell (David B Beers and N L 

Rowell) mfrs baking powder and 

extracts, 1669 Grove 1 

Beetle Jas C, boat builder, res 1169 10th! 



^s Harry M, metal roofer, S F, res 
1070 3d I 

" John, laborer, res 1070 3d I 



Behrens Adron G, employe S P Co, res 

High nr Melro.se, mail Meb'ose 
" Chas, clerk Eichwede, Muhr & Co, 

res 853 Adeline 
" Henry C F, physician, 1380 10th, res 

same 
•' Walter N F, clerk, S F,res 1023 Lin- 
den 
Behrley R T H, res 1060 12th 
Behrmann Claus, butcher, res s s 46th 

nr Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Henry, butcher Henry Jund, res s s 

46th nr Grove, mail N Temescal 
" John C, res 1700 7th 
" John W, employe D A Ahrens, res 

917 24th 
Behrns Harold, waiter, res 514 2d 
" Wm, seaman, res 514 2d 
Beiork August, laborer, res 1057 Denni- 

son 
Belcher Clara E Miss, res 1143 Myrtle 
" Fidelia M Miss, res 1143 Myrtle 
" Fredk P, drayman, S F, res 1143 

Myrtle 
" Gilbert L, salesman, S F, res 2216 

Telegraph ave 
" Rebecca Miss, re.s 1143 Myrtle 
Belden Ella D Mrs, res 1326 12th 
" Frank, letter carrier, res 1790 San 
Pablo ave 
BELDEN HARRY B, deputy county 
clerk and court room clerk depart- 
ment 3, res 919 Union 
" Henry K ( Belden & Cof ran, S F) res 

1167 Oak 
" John, brick maker, res 410 10th 
" R B, publisher, S F,res Girard Hotel 
" Theodore M, cigar maker Oakland 

Cooperative Cigar Co, res 371 6th 
*" Wm A, engineer S P Co, res 1709 

Chase 
Belfils Victor, driver P S L Co, res 663 

Grove 
Belford John, laborer G L & H Co.res 

701 Harrison 
" John, employe O G L & H Co, res 

1830 William 
Belisle Hubert, carpenter, res 306 2d 
' ' Jos L, messenger, res 306 2d 
Belknap Adelbert, carpenter, res 22d ave 

and E21st 
Bell Abel P, mill hand Pioneer Planing 

Mills, res 818 Clay 
" A D, editor, S F, res SW cor San 
Pablo ave and Folsom, mail Golden 
Gate 
" Alexander G, bookkeeper, S F,' res 

1504 10th ave 
" Chas L, clerk H D Hansen, res 1670 

Seward 
" Chester R, student, res 700 Syca- 
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Bell Flora Miss, teacher wood carving, re- 
pousse and china painting California 
College, res 1378 Franklin 
" G W Mrs, res 700 Sycamore 
" Harry L, res 1175 E22d 
" Helene Miss, student, res 137S 

Franklin 
" H H Mrs, res 767 7th 
" Howard W, student, res 1169 West 
" Hugh J, carpenter, res 1014 24th 
" J, clerk J M Hanley, res Ross House 
" Jas, house painter, 1558 7th, res 
same 
BELL JAMES (Simms & Bell) rea 565 

7th 
" John, heater helper Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res Commercial Union 
Hotel, mail Emeryville 
" John K, well borer, res 831 Franklin 
•' John P, agt F S Prescott 
BELL JOHN T, associate editor Oak- 
land Enquirer, res 1169 West 
" Jos H, contractor and builder, res 

1378 Franklin 
" Jos J (BeU & Co) res Palmer House 
" Maude Miss, student, res 1378 Frank- 

Un 
BELL ROBERT E, druggist, junction 
of Telegraph ave and Broadway, res 
same 
" Thos, carpenter and builder, 714 

Market, res same 
" Wm G, yard foreman P S L Co, res 

1012 Way 
" Wm H, ship calker, res 1175 E 22d 
" Wm S, miner, res 1670 Seward 
Bellars Wm T, carpet cleaner, 922 Cen- 
ter, res same 
BELLELIN REV BRO, president St 
Mary's College, cor Broadway and 
Plymouth ave, res same 
Bellew Jas B, granite cutter Wm Gross, j 

n s John, res Piedmont 
Belli A, employe Alameda Mac Go's 

quarry, res same 
Bellinyall Catherine Mrs, res 227 10th 
" Cora V Miss, res 1415 Filbert 
" Peter W, Custom House broker, S F.i 

res 1415 Filbert 
" Ralph R, clerk, S F, res 1415 Filbert 
Bellisle D, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
Belloir Ernest F, employe S P Co, res 

1222 Chestnut 
" Peter, conductor S P Co, res 1222 

Chestnut 

Belote John L, removed to Sacramento,! 

Cal , 

Below B, clerk city assessor's office, res 

504 15th j 

Belrose Eugene, conductor Cable R Co, 

res 2310 San Pablo ave 
'* Louis, conductor O Cable R Co, res 
2310 San Pablo ave 



Belrose Wm, clerk Kohler & Chase, res 

2310 San Pablo ave 
Belt Alfred M, asst mgr Grangers' Busi- 
ness Association, S F, res 973 5th 

ave 
Belton Owen, res 908 E 16th 
Belvill Chas, laborer, res 671 6th 
Beman Archibald S, glass cutter, S F, 

res w 8 San Pablo ave nr Powell, 

mail Golden Gate 
Bemis O & Co (Orando Bemis) meat mar- 
ket, 479 E 12th 
" Orlando (O Bemis & Co) res East 

Oakland Hotel 
Bemla John, quarryman Claremont R«ck 

Co's quarry 
Bendegard Morton G, master mariner, 

les 1571 8th ave 
Bendel Herman (Tillmann & Bendel, S 

F) res 700 Alice 
" Herman S, student, res 700 Alice 
Bendell Robt, sign painter, res 515 4th, 

rear 
Bendiden Annie Miss, res 40th and Ade- 
line 
Bendixen Thos, laborer, res 40th and 

Adeline 
Benedetta G, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

quarry, res same 
Benedetti C, quarryman O Pav Co, res 

with P Martino, Temescal 
" T, quarryman Pav Co, res with P 

Martino, Temescal 
Benedict Anna H Miss, res 1667 9th ave 
BENEDICT & CO (Newton Benedict) 

real estate, loans and notary public, 

coal, coke and pig iron, 457 9th 
BENEDICT NEWTON (Benedict & Co) 

and notary public, 457 9th, res 1667 

9th ave 
Beneke Edward, tailor Jos Lancaster, 

res 76^ 6th 
" Edward A, printer, S F, res 765 6th 
Bene vide j Jesse, employe S P Co, res 

726 Lewis 
Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, 

Oakland Lodge No 171, meets every 

Thursday evening at Pythian Castle, 

377 12tn 
Bengtson Walfrid, carriage trimmer T 

Frank, res 916 5th 
BENHAM AZEL M (Benham & 

Thomas) 469 9th, res 470 Prospect 

BENHAM & THOMAS (A M Benham 
and W R Thomas) real estate and 
financial brokers, 469 9th 

Benjamin Clara Miss, res 1752 San Pablo 

'« C Mrs, res 2223 Elm 

" Clayton J, street inspector, res 1067 

16th 
" Edward H, salesman W J Dingee, 

res 726 10th 



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Benjamin Emma Miss, res 614 17th 
" iiertrude A Miss, student, res 1067 

1 6th 
" L C Miss, res 22-23 Elm 
" Louis S, res 1752 San Pablo ave 
" Mary Miss, domestic. 1164 Alice 
" Philip L, attv at law. S F, res '2223 

Elm 
'• Sara Miss, res 1752 San Pablo ave 
Benn Chas S, bartender Hotel Del 

Monte, mail Golden Gate 
Banner Elwin, mining engineer, res NW 

cor I'olumbus and 2d aves, mail N 

Temescal 
•' Fred M. melter, S F, res 777 16th 
•• Harry, clerk, S F. res 777 16th 
Bennet Cordelia Miss, res i»22 10th 
" Eleanor Miss, student, res 922 10th 
'■ Frances H Mrs. res S2S Madison 
" Julia Miss, d'>mestic. Tremont House 
" Thos, snpt Pacific Mutual Life In- 
surance Co, S F, res 922 10th 
Bennett Alfred E, foreman J Coop, S F, 

res 5-tO Charter 
■' Barnet, res 653 Jackson 
■ Chas, musician, res 173 Sth 
" Chas D, bookkeeper. S F, res E 16th 

nr Fruitvale ave 
" Chas R, sec California Society for the 

Suppression of Vice, res 1215 West 

Bennett Clarence E, died Aug 2-1, 1891 
Bennett Oreille D, died Xov 15. 1S91 
" E, pjrter P P C Co. res 567 6th 
" E A Mrs, res 691 26th 
" Edward, clerk, res 653 Jackson 
" Florence Miss, res 540 Charter 
" Geo W, carpenter, res 11 IS 3d 
" Guy, press feeder Oakland Enquirer 

Pub Co, res 1012 Clay 
" Hannah Mrs, res 766 6th 
" Harry T, clerk, S F. res 937 Adeline 
" Henry F, carpenter, res 215 Sth 
" Herbert, prof of music, res 966 Jef- 
ferson 
" Irwin, clerk, res 966 Jefferson 
" Jas P, gripmam Con P C Co, res 1571 

Broadway 
" Jos V, conductor Con P C Co, res 

1571 Broadway 
" Margaret Miss, weaver California 

Cotton Mills Co, res 1174 Sth 
Bennett Matilda Mrs, died January, 1S92 
Bennett OrviUe D, died Nov 15, 1891 
" OrWlle J, painter, res 766 6th 
" Robt H, res 1265 26th ave, Fruitvale 
" Theodore A, driver W A Rouse & Co, 

res 691 26th 
" Wm D, Ist asst electrician Con P C 

Co, res 1571 Broadway 
" Wm R, longshoreman, res 766 6th 
Bennetts J O Mrs, res 716 9th 
" Saml C, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, res 

716 9th 



Bennison Andrew, merchant, res 778 

19th 
" Edward, res 1161 Market 
" Geo E, agt American Investment 

Union, 918 Broadway, res 1161 

Market 
" Jas J, laborer, res Lusk ave, mail N 

Temescal 
Benoit Pierre, res 572 10th 
Bensen Mary Miss, domestic, 582 Albion 
Benson Alanson, clerk P Baker, res 1116 

Filbert 
" Carrie L Miss, res 956 r2th 
" Geo A, res 956 12th 
" Helene K M Miss, milliner Miss R A 

Gallagher, res 963 Clay 
" Henry A, farmer, res 956 12th 
" Henry M. real estate, res w s 11th 

nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Nellie M Miss, res 1116 Filbert 
" Patrick F. atty at law, 456 Sth, rms 

2 and 3, res S F 
" Simon J, cloaks and wraps, 963 Clay, 

res same 
" Wm, bricklayer, res 521 13th 
" Wm, bakery, 2715 Telegraph ave, 

res same, mail N Temescal 
" see also Bemon 
Bent Samuel, painter, res 1790 San 

Pablo ave 
Bente Henry, res 1516 Curtis 
Benter Dora Miss, bookbinder, S F, res 

229 Hannah 
'■ Hannah Miss, dressmaker, S F, rea 

229 Hannah 
" Henry, upholsterer, S F, res 229 Han- 
nah 
" John O. upholsterer, S F, res 229 

Hannah 
" Mary Miss, res 229 Hannah 
" Millie Miss, dressmaker, S F, res 229 

Hannah 
" Millie Mrs. res 229 Hannah 
Bentley Frank S, salesman, S F, res 258 

Sth 
" Lettie E Miss, teacher Franklin 

School, res 1060 7th ave 
" MA Mrs, colorist E D Ormsby, res 

1168 ISth 
" Mary C Miss, res 1168 18th 
" Mary W Mrs, res 258 Sth 
" Robt Rev, presiding elder M E 

Church, res 1015 Linden 
Bentl}- L C Miss, employe C C L Co 
Bento Anton, laborer .S P Co 
Benton A E A, painter, res 573 3Sth 
" Bessie B G Miss, student, res 573 3Sth 
" Frances 8 Mrs, res 4.37 Hawthorn ave 
" J A Bev, D D, died April 8, 1892 
" Jos A Rev, res 573 35th 
"LA Mrs, res 573 35th 
"ML Miss, res SW cor Oakland and 

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Benton Robt 6, fruit grower, res 573 35th 
Benzon August F, with F A Lux & Co, 

S F, res 103tj Chester 
Beranl Chas, upholsterer, S F. res off E 
22tl nr "iTth ave, Fruit vale, mail 
same 
" Eugene, res off E 22d nr '2~th ave, 

Fruitvale, mail same 
" Louis, plasterer, res off E22d nr 27th 

ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
Bercovich Abraham (Bercovich Bros) 
res 320 4 th 
" Bert, salesman KAHN BROS, res 

32 i 4th 
',' Bros (Louis and Abraham) proprs 
Oakland Bottle Yard, NE cor 4th 
and Webster 
' ' Henry, cigar maker, S F, res 320 4th 
" Louis (Bercovich Bros) res 324 4th 
" Saml, brass molder City Brass 

Works, res 320 4th 
Berdan Geo N, stair builder, S F, res 

961 Chester 
Berduo Wm, artist, res Hotel Albany 
Berendseu Anthony H, carpenter Eagle 

Planing Mill, res Winters Hotel 
Berestrom Anna Miss, domestic A H 
Cohen | 

Beretta Caesar L, salesman, S F, res 216 

E9th 
" Celestine Miss, res 216 E 9th 
" Italo A, optician A 8teffanoni, res 

569 Jones 
" Wm, bookkeeper, S F, res 216 E 9th 
Berg Aaron, tallyman P S L Co, res 763 

17th 
" Anna Miss, domestic E Reed, mail 
Golden Gate , 

" Augustus, brewer Brooklyn Brewery, I 

res Union Hotel 
" Chridt, employe Brooklyn Brewery, 

res Union Hotel 
" Erick, laborer, res 808 Chester 
" John, baker, res 813 Magnolia j 

" Maurice A, pictures and picture 

framing, 508 13th, res Alameda 
" Sophia Miss, domestic, 518 Simpson 
ave j 

" Wm M, clerk Kirkland & Trow- 
bridge, res 763 17th 
Bergen Chas, bartender M L Silveira, 

res 2026 Adeline 
Bergenheim E, laborer Remillard Brick 

Co 
" Victor, laborer, res 131 HoUis 
Berger Albert H J, employe G H Stulz, 
res 1260 E 10th 
" C F, clerk P P C Co, res 967 Clay 
" C F, clerk commissary P P C Co, res 

1362 7th 
" E A Mrs, res 1454 10th ave 
" Ella M Miss, res 1454 10th ave 
" Fred, machinist S P Co 
" John, died Dec 12, 1891 



Berger John Mrs, res 1260 E 10th 
" Lilian I Miss, res 1454 10th ave 
Bergesen Ciias, cement finisher The Gray 

Bros, res 43 Helen 
Bergeson Helen Miss, cook Randlett 

House, mail Oakland 
" Saml, cook Randlett House, mail 

Oaklaud 
Bergner Chas F, res 2026 Adeline 
Bergstrom A G, carpenter, res 1145 23d 

ave 
" Edward, carpenter Burnham-Stan- 

deford Co, rea Alameda 
" Stephen, carpenter, res 803 Clay 
Berier Francis E M, salesman, S F, res 

636 6th 
Berit Julius, fish peddler, res 416 2d 
" Pierre, fish peddler, res 421 2d 
Berkeley Club, J B McChesney sec, 
meets alternate Thursday evenings 
at Hamilton Hall, SE cor 13th and 
Jeffersoa 
Bei-lier Louis, glove cutter, res E 16th 

nr Park ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
Berlin Chas C C, fruit grower, res School 
east of Peralta ave, Fruitvale, mail 
Dimonds P O 
" Emma Miss, domestic L Loretz 
Berling Geo, plumber, res 1111 16th ave 
" Lena Mrs, res 1111 16th ave 
" Tillie E Miss, tailoress H J Wisch- 

meier, res 1111 16th ave 
Bernadicou Catharine Miss, ironer 

Union French Laundry, res same 
Bernamavou Josie Miss (Bernamayou & 
Seqiieira) res 2037 E 14th 
" Madaline Mrs, res 2037 E 14th 
" & Sequeira (Miss Josie Bernamayou 
and Mrs Elvina Sequeira) variety 
store, 1147i E 14th 
Bernard Edmnnd, harness and saddlery, 

621 E 12th, res 619 23d ave 
'* Fredk A, bench hand Broadway Plan- 
ing MiUs, pes 1395 Broadway 
" Jos P, barber, 367 E 12th, res 910 E 

16th 
"LB Mrs, res SE cor Orange ave and 

E 25th, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Mary Mrs, res 722 Peralta 
"ML Mrs. res Orange ave bet E 24th 

and E 26th 
Bernardo Jacinto, laborer S P Co 
" John (Cruzfe Bernardo) res 221 Helen 
" Jos F, saloon, 751 Willow, res 1770 

Atlantic 
"A, quarry man Pav Co, res P Mar- 
tino, Temescal 
BERNAYS PHILIP H, manager 
Overman Wheel Co, S F, res 579 
Albion 
Berner August, machinist S P Co, res 

1264 6th ave 
" Bertha, sec A T Hatch, S F, res 1264 
6th ave 



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Berner M M Mrs, res 1264 6th ave 
j Beinett Gi-ttcb«.n Misss, music teacher, 
i 261 lUh. res same 

" Herman, compositor Morning Times, 
res 261 9th 
j " Pauline Mrs, res 261 9th 
I " RichanlH. compositor Oakland c/owr- 

nal, res 261 9th 
I " see also Barnett and Burnett 
! Bernhardt thas, bockkeeper, S F, res 
I 312 6th 

Bernhardy John, laborer, res 651 Jef- 
ferson 
Bernhart Jos, laborer, res 960 E 16th 
Bernheim Alonzo J. r< s 214 12th 
I " E, State \\harfinger. S F. res 214 I2th 
I " Fannie J Miss, res 214 12th 

'•MB. mfrs' agt. S F, res 214 12th 
I " Wm A. commercial traveler. S F. 
res 214 12th 
Berninger Augusta Miss, res 313 10th 
Bernstein Edward, notary public and 
ins agt, 466 9th, res 10 IS Jefferson 
; '■ Emanuel M, salesman I Bernstein. 
; res 252 Sth 

'• Frederick, salesman, S F, res 1018 

Jefferson 
" Isaac, hats and caps, 870 Washington, 

res 252 Sth 
Berrien Kichard C, painter, res 1570 
j Linden 

Berry Anita T Miss, domestic, 1270 23d 

j '^ Arthur W. res 916 Filbert 

1 " B Miss, res 1748 Market 
" Chas. driver Everts & Co, res 905 E 

I 15th I 

I " Chas M, farmer, res 145 Athol ave 

I " David W, harness maker, 419 Sth, 
res 828 Webster 
'• Dena Miss, saleslady Abrabamson 

I Bros, res 828 Webster 

I " Edward, laborer V L Fortin 
" Eva A Miss, res 1305 12th ave 

] " Geo, clerk, S F, res 995 Center 
" Hannah Mrs. res 916 Filbert 

I " Jas C. bartender W M Kent, res 

1 Newland House 

j " John, carpenter, res 1608 William 
" Julia Miss, domestic, 489 Orchard 
" Lizzie Miss, res 995 Center 
" Mabel Miss, res 916 Filbert 
" Mary Miss, operator S Tel Tel Co,| 
res 955 Center ' 

" Michael, laborer, res 508 2d 
" M J Mrs, res 995 Center 
Berry Nathaniel IV, died Aug 6, 1891 
" Nellie Miss, domestic, 352 E 15th 
" N G Mrs, res Newland House 
" Sarah Miss, cook, 2023 Summit 
" Thos F, driver Hook and Ladder Co, 

No 1, res 524 6th 
" Washington, inventor and mining 
engineer, S F, res 1007 Jackson 



Berrj' Wm, contractor and builder, 

1038^ Chester, res same 
" Wm. mining, res 1305 12th ave 
" Wm D, millhatd P C Mill & L Co, 

res 828 Webster 
" Wm K, cashier Deere Implement Co, 

S F, res 995 Center 
" Zora Miss, res 1305 12th ave 
Bertin Paul, upholsterer, res 961 Sth 
Bertino Jose, quarryman Pav Co, res 

with P Martino. Temescal 
Bertola Antonio, typesetter, S F. res 

1413 13th 
" Gerolomo. plumber, res 1413 13th 
Bertram Wm. clerk R Eademann, res 

1020 3d 
Bertrand E, carj^nter W T Veitch & 

Bro 
Bertschi Geo G, carpenter, res 1316 E 

11th 
Berwick Chas C. plumber J A Raffetto, 

res 1123i Campbell 
" David, res 1409 9th 
•' David Jr. plumber. S F, res 1409 9th 
" Edith Miss, res 1409 9th 
" Edward C. machinist, S F, res 1409 

9th 
" Ole A. carpenter G R & M Co, res 
2361 Adeline 
Besancon Eugene, boots and shoes, w s 
San Pablo ave nr Powell, res same, 
mail Golden Gate 
Besse Jos O. res 2047 Linden 
Bestic A J, res Kelsey House 
Betancue Jos F, contractor and builder, 

res 478 26th 
" JosP, res 508 K 15th 
" L C Miss, teacher Durant School, 

res 533 Hobart 
Beth Eden Baptist Church, Rev R A 
McGuinn pastor. California Hall, 
1015 Clay 
Bethany Presbyterian Mission Church, 

570 Sth 
Betmon Baptist, driver Bayle, Lacoste 
k Co, res w s Green nr Dalton ave, 
mail Golden Gate 
Betniger Posey, machinist Judson Man- 
ufacturing Co, res Randlett House, 
mail Oakland 
Bettencourt A G, laborer Oakland Lum- 
ber Co, res Alameda 
" Anton de S, res 1462 5th 
Bettencourt Frances Miss, died Oct 13, 

1891 
" Jose de S, physician, S F. res 1561 

Sth 
" Maria Miss, domestic Mrs L E B 

Sanborn 
Bettin Henry, butcher M M Samson, 

res 519 10th 
Bettman Leopold, mgr John S Bowman, 
874 Washington, res St Lawrence 
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Betts El zabeth Miss, principal West 
Oakland Free Kindergarten, res 
Berkelriy 
" Jos M, maierial foreman S P Co, res 

1611 12th 
Betts Joseph Y, died Oct 16, 1891 
Betz ADiert, clerk, I'es 852 Fianklin 
" E, fireman str Piedmont 
" Geo P, employe P I & N Co, res 95 U 

3d 
" Henry, teamster, res 721 Myrtle 
" Louis, res 852 Franklin 
" Philij), capitalist, res 852 Franklin 
Beulih Park, located at intersection 
Hi'pkins St and Highland Park and 
Fruitvale Street Railroad 
Beyer \Vm E C, liquor merchant, S F, 

res 1218 14th 
" see also Bayer and Boyer 
Beyiion Benjamin P, gripman Con P C 
Co, res 43d bet San Pablo ave and 
Adeline 
" John, employe Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co, res 43d bet San Pablo ave 
and Adeline, mail Emfryville { 

" Martha J Miss, res 43d bet San 

Pablo ave and Adeline 
" M J Mrs, res 43d bet San Pablo ave 
a d Adeline j 

" Thos, painter Oakland Carriage Co, 
res 43d bet San Pablo ave and Ade- 
line 
" \Vm, saloon, 475 10th and 407 14th, 

res 814 22d 
Bialoglowski Isadore, junk dealer, 619 

3d, res tame 
Bibber Thos, butcher L Schaffer, res 371 
10th 

BIBLE STUDENTS' LIBRARY 

(monthly) Pacific Press Publishing 

Co publishera, SW cor 12th and 

Castro I 

Bibby John W, carpenter W H Weilbye, '■ 

res 1274 16th ave \ 

" Richard, carjjenter, res 1274 16th ave 

Bice Anna Mrs, student Pacific Bible 

School, res 1?9I Telegraph ave 

" John, engineer S P Co, res 1711 Seward 

Bidache Peter, baker, 820 Franklin, res 

same 
Bidell John, cook Brooklyn Restaurant. 

res NW cor 13th ave and E 11th 
Bidleman Enoch C, bookkeeper, S F, res 

117 13th 
Bid well A R Mrs, res 1362 Grove 
Biedenbach Chas L, teacher Oakland 

High School, res Berkeley i 

Bielawski P Wm, cigar maker, res 1151 

7th 
" S Mrs, dress and cloak maker, 1151 

7th, res same 
Bieler Frank, res 982 E 14th 
Bierhofif Saml, salesman Herman Lesser 

& Co, res S F 



Biers Bella Miss, res 961 26th 
" Carl S, messenger S Ttl Tel Co, res 

061 26th 
" Chas H, cabinet maker C .Schreiber, 

res 961 26th 
" Lottie MisF, res 961 26th 
Bigelow Elijah, real estate and ins, 458 

9th. res S F 
"HA, employe S P Co 
" Lucy Miss, re- 1437 Chestnut 
" W: Iter S, miner, res 712 Sycamore 
Bignadillo John, laborer, res Avon nr 1st 

ave. mail N Temescal 
Bignami Celestine Mrs, dressmaker, res 

1618 13th 
" Domiuick, architect, S F, res 1618 

13th 
" Frank C, contractor and builder, 

1618 13th, res same 
Bijou Printing Co, Irving Van Buskirk 

propr, 410 9th 
Biler Geo, laborer, res Warden bet 23d 

ave and Park 
BILGER FRANK W, collecting agent 
The Oakland Paving Co, 906 Broad- 
way, res San Leandro 
Billesback Geo (Knabbe & Billesback) 

res 415 Durant 
Billings Chas E, painter, res 1827 7th, 

rear 
" Irene Miss, teacher Garfield School, 

res Willson House 
" Laura E Miss, teacher Franklin 

School, res Willson House 
" MS Mrs, res e s Vernon ave, Ver- 
non Heights 
" Ruth Miss, nurse Fabiola Hospital, 

res same 
Billington Clara W Mrs. res 561 E 18th 
" G Grant, chain man city engineer, res 

8th nr Washington 
" Isaac F, employe S P Co, S F, res 

561 E 18th 
B^Uis Jas, clerk John L French, res 45th 

nr Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
Bills Jacob (Bills & Leigh ton) res 1 184 

E 14th 

" John H, collector Alameda County 

Branch Home Mutual Ins Co, res 

34 th and Grove 

" & Leigh ton (Jacob Bills and E E 

Leighton) meat market, 1147 E 14th 

" Minnie N Miss, res SW cor 34th and 

Grove 
" R A Miss, teacher Lincoln School, 

res 205 12th 
Bimi Sorona, employe C C L Co, res same 
Binder Geo J, theological student, res 

479 PlymoutTi ave 
Bingham Addie Mrs, furnished rooms, 

504 loth, res same 
Birch Anna Mrs, res 575 Jones 
" Jos E, cigars and tobacco, 1054 13th 
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Bird A D (Robinson & Bird) res 941 
Campbell 

" Baraa R, purser, S F, res 1322 7th 
ave 

" Manly D, student, res 1322 7th ave 

" Mary A Mrs, res 720 7th 

■' Nelson J, physician, S F, res 1216 
Filbert 

" Peter J, heater Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co, res 225 Ettie 

" Kolph R.vineyardist.res 1322 7th ave 

" Rosie J Miss, employe Fibu&h Bros, 
res i'^o Kttie 

" \Vm A, carpenter, res 1471 22d ave 

" see also Byrd 

Birge Newton Mi'S, res 1636 Sth I 

Birling Richard, baker, res 916 E 15th 

" Theodore, bookbinder, res 916 E 15th 
Birmingham John, brakemau S P Co, res 
Pullman House 

" Wentw'orth R, pres Merriman Mfg 
Co, 1065 Frauklin, res Brooklyn 
and Morse ave, Peralta Heights 

" Wilbert N, student, res W R Bir- 
mingham 
Bisibee Mary L Miss, retoucher F A 
Webster, res 2053 Market 

" S B Miss, boarding and day school, 

1303 7th ave, res same 
Bisbey Frank \V, driver John L Davie, 
res 722 2d 

" Sejmour, fruit peddler, res 565 4th 

BISHOP AMASA W, postmaster and 

secretary The Mutual Endowment 

Association (of Oakland) 906 Broad- 

waj', rm 13, res 1165 Jackson 

" Belle S Miss, compositor, res Bran- 
don nr Fruitvale station, Fruitvale 

" Chas, student, res 23 Klinkner ave, 
mail fi olden (iate 
BISHOP EDGAR piano rooms, 1165 
Washintrton. res 1165 West 

" Elizabeth' F Miss, res 729 Sth 

" Ellen Miss, dressmaker, ren 513 9th 

" Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 513 9th 

" Emma V Miss, compositor Trihune, 
res Brandon nr Fruitvale station, 
Fruitvale 

" Frances H Mrs, res 729 Sth 

" Frank, electrician, 8 F, res 861 22d 

" Frank B. fireman S P Co, res 415 4th 

" Fredk W. student, res 23 Klinkner 
ave, mailGolden Gate 

" Geo D, carpenter S P Co, rps 953 
Wo-d 

" Gurdon, granite cutter Wm Gross, 
res 972 26th ave 

" Harris, searcher of records, S F, res 
23 Klinkner ave, mail Golden Gate 

" Herbert, employe M Marks, res 415 
4th 

" Homer, cook, res 762 Chestnut 

" Howard, paper hanger, S F, res 415 1 
4th ! 



Bishop Ira, mgr S F Tool Co, S F, res 

e s Vernon ave, Vernon Heights 
" John, carpenter, res 1218 Clay 
" Naomi Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 
" Oliver H Mrs, res Brandon nr Fruit- 
vale ave, Fruitvale 
" Persia Miss, res 23 Klinkner ave, 

mail Golden Gate 
" Peter A, salesman John Hanly, res 

1709 7th 
" Robt, porter, res 415 4th 
" Simeon, physician and surgeon, res 
23 Klinkner ave, mail Golden Gate 
" Wm H, farmer, res 2234 Peralta 
Bis-low Susan Miss, domestic, 1128 Fil- 
bert 
Bissell Wm C, with Standard Oil Co, S 

F, res SIS 1 7th 
Biasett Eli, employe C C L Co, res same 
Bitalis Edward, salesman Merriman 
Mfg Co, res Telegraph ave nr 16th 
Bitterly Justin, cook, res 363 2d 

" May F Miss, res 363 2d 
Bittermann Chas J, meat market, 558 

E 12th, res 612 E 15th 
Biven Fred, compositor, S F, res 1400 

12th 
" Fredk W, clerk G L Mix, res 1400 

12th 
" Raymond, salesman Clark, Wise & 

Bro. res 1400 12th 
Bivens A C Miss, res 366 9th 
Bixby Levi R Mrs, res 1462 Brush 
" Levi S, U S gauger, S F, res 1470 

Brush 
" Susan Mrs, res 1269 11th ave 
" Susie Miss, res 1269 11th ave 
" see also Bijxhy 
Bjork Hannah Miss, domestic, 1355 

13th ave 
Blachowski Thos, carpenter S P Co, res 

1216 Magn. lia 
Black Albert L, student J R Glascock, 

res 1381 Sth 
" Alexander W, agt Wheeler & Wil- 
son Sewing Machine Co, S F, res 
1311 T. 1 graih ave 
•' Clara F Mrs, res 363 E 15th 
" Edward E, <lriver Oakland Cream 

Depot, res 1367 Broadway 
" E G, train liaggageman S P Co 
" G Mrs, res 837 29th 
'' Geo, real estate and ins, 857 Wood, 

res 912>^ Pine 
" Henry C, faucet mfr, S F, res 1381 

Sth 
" Jas G, driver S B Rothenberg, rei 

Sth nr Washingt" n 
" Jane Miss, dn ssmaker, ret 631 Brush 
" Jane Mrs, res 631 Brush 
Black Josiak, died May 8. 1892 
" Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 631 

Brush 
*' Percy C, clerk, res 1381 Sth 



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Black Thos, car repairer S P Co, res 631 

Brush 
BLACK T D, secretary Pierce Hard- 
ware Co, 971 Bro ulway 
" Will I, rancher, res 722 17ih 
Blackburn Asa, with Oakland Botling 

Co, res 073 Alice 
" Chas, carriage maker Henry Stah- 
lecker, res 833 Castro 

BLACKBURN JULIA M MRS, 

bakery and notions, 833 Castro, res 

same 
" L F, res(Talindo Hotel 
Blackhart Barkley, capitalist, i-es 1528 

8th ave 
Blackie Walter, res 1330 Filbert 
Blackmore W G, brakeman S Co, res 

Bushen House 
Blacksow J, porter P P Car Co, res 473 

7th 
Blackweil Mary E Mrs, res 1015 8th 
Blackwood Alice Miss, bookkeeper, res 

1210 14th 
" Jas, plumber Burtchaell & Crowley, 

res o25 6th 
"LB Miss, teacher German, French: 

and music, res 363 Prospect ave 
" P J Mrs, icis 363 Prospect ave 
" Rebecca Miss, teacher, res 1210 14th 
" Richard H, asst janitor High School, 

res 1210 14th ! 

" Robt, lineman, S F, res 1210 14th i 

Blaess Fredk J, sign writer Gallmann &! 

Gerhardy, res 518 8th 
" Michael, steward A H & ML 

Schlueter, res 518 8tli i 

Blaikie Andrew, res 1720 Chase | 

" Geo W, ahip joiner, S F, res 1720 

Chase 
" (ieo W Jr, res 1720 Chase 
Blaine John, boiler maker S P Co, res 

812 Campbell 
Blair Chas M, apprentice blacksmith, 

res w 8 Piedmont, ave nr Mather j 
" Geo M (Blair & Taylor) res 676 10th 
" Jean Miss, florist, res w s Piedmont 

ave nr Mather 
" John N, bookkeeper, S F, res 817: 

17th i 

" J W, brakeman S P Co 
" Mabel E Miss, res The Centennial 
"PA Mrs, propr The Centennial, 5241 

14tb, res same 
" P M W Mrs, res w s Piedmont ave nr 

Mather 
" Park, at terminus Piedmont Cable 

Railway, Piedmont 
" & Taylor (G M Blair and M A Taylor) 

stair builders, 511 2d 
" Wm W, florist and nursery, w s 

Piedmont ave nr Mountain View 

Cemetery, res same 
Blais Honore, stable boss V L Fortin, 

res 720 4th 



Blake Alice S Mis^, res 1865 Telegraph 

ave 
" Alveidon Maggi*^ Mrs, voice culture, 

2 () Vj flth, res same 
BLAKE ANSON S, secretary Bay Rock 

Co, 456 8th, rm 8, res Berkeley 
BLAKE BLOCK, Mrs H H Havens 

superintendent, 1065 Washington 

cor 12th 
BLAKE CHARLES T, secretary The 

Oakland Paving Co, 900 Broadway, 

res Berkeley 
"EL Miss, res 58 8th 
"HA Mrs, res 817 20th 
" Harry C, watchmaker S Castellanos, 

res (313 9th 
BLAKE HOUSE, Mrs M K Blake pro- 
prietor, 528 11th cor Clay 
" J<ihn J, emijloye S P Co, res 875 

Washington 
" John J, printer P J Ryan, res 829 

Clay 
" John P, salesman J A Joyce res 961 

8th 
" John R, machinift, res 767 18th 
" Lou W, student, res E 14th nr Fruit- 
vale ave, Fruitvale 
" M C Mrs, res 1865 Telegraph ave 
BLAKE M K MRS, principal Oakland 

Seminary, 528 11th cor Clay, res 

same 

BLAKE & MOFFITT BUILDING, 

E L Priest agent, 906 Broadway 
" Phillip H, real estate and notary 
public, office 626 E 12th, res E 1.4th 
nr Fruitvale ave 
" Phillip H Jr, carpenter, res E 14th 

nr Fruitvale ave, Fruitvale 
" Sidney W, apprentice, S F, res 767 

18th 
BLAKE SUMNER L treasurer Pierce 
Hardware Co, 971 Broadway, res 
1865 Telegraph ave 
" Wm H, paiater, res n s Linden lane, 

mail N Temescal 
" Wm R, machinist, res 612 39th, mail 

Temescal 
Blake's Hall, E 14th bet Bray and 

Fruitvale ave, Fruitvale 
Blakeley Alfred W, chemist, res 

3d 
" J Edward, chemist, res 556 3d 
" Mary E Miss, res 556 3d 
" Walter E, yardman G L & H Co, 

res 556 3d 
Blakely Calvin, carpenter Ingler & At- 
kinson, res Alameda 
" Theron M Jr, printer P P Pub Co, 
res Blanche and Saratogo ave. Moss 
Tract, on San Leandi o road 
Blakeney Geo, carpenter mill S P Co 
Blaker Chas H, 1st officer str Oakland, 

res 1221 E 21st 
Blakesly Mary E Mrs, res 813 12th 





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Bianchard Addison L, carpenter, res 
1625 7th ave [ 

" Adrien V, trunk infr, 403 12th, res 
579 3Gth 

" Ad lieu F Jr, bookkeeper Oakland 
French Laundry, res 579 36th , 

" Blanche Miss, res 1813 ^ihort j 

" Edgar U, wiper rf P Co, res 1715 Lin- 
coln j 

" J as M, engineer dredger S P Co, res 
171') Lincoln 

" Julia K Miss, res NW cor 13th ave 
and E 20th 

" Leopold, trunk maker A F Bianchard, 
res Alameda 

" Lizzie A Miss, student, res 579 36th 
Bland W, porter P P C Co, res S F I 

BUuk Chas, clerk, S F, res 1023 Magno- 
lia 
Blankart Eda Mias, res 1319 10th ave 

•• Elizabeth Miss, res 1319 10th ave 

" Magdalene Miss, res 1319 10th ave 

" Otto, agt, res 1319 10th ave 

" Otto Madam, teacher of piano and 
theory California College, res 1319 
10th ave 

" Theresa E Mrs, music teacher, res 

1319 10th ave 
Blankenship Laura Miss, res 1912 Tele- 
graph ave 1 

*' Nellie Miss, res 1912 Telegraph ave 

" P N, farmer, res 1912 Telegraph ave 
Blankman L C, brakeman S P Co 
Blasdel E W Capt, real estate, res 808 
12th 

" Flora A Miss, res 808 12th 
BLASDEL 1£ G, president Oakland 
Building and Loan Association, 
llol 23d ave, res Orange ave nr E 
25 th 

" H G Jr, assay .r, res Orange ave nr 

E 25th 
Blessing Chas V, glazier, 682 E 12th, res 
same 

" Josie Miss, student, res 682 E 12th 

" Lucy Miss, clerk, S F, res 682 E 12th 
Blethen Albion K P, carpenter Ingler 
& Atkinson, res 475 24th 

" AUie M Miss, architect, res 568 E: 
14th 

" Alviue Miss, tailoress C Brown, rest 
475 24th I 

" B Miss, res 1032 Linden [ 

" Chas H, engineer Broadway Planing 
Mills, res 1064 12th ave 

" Eugene 0, clerk, S F, res 1032 Linden 

" Frank M, millhand Towle & Broad- 
well, res 1057 Alice 

•' Geo W A, gen delivery clerk post 
office, res 568 E 14th 

■ ' Jas E, carpenter, res £68 E 14th 

Bleuel Maurice J, traveling salesman 
Samm & Westphal, res 1468 23d 
ave 



Blewett Chas, machinist, res 1926 Union 
" see also Bluett 
Bleydorn Jurgen, candies, 1283 23d ave, 

res 1.85 'I'.'A ave 
Blinn Frank L, res 1757 19th ave 
" Fred G, res 1757 19th ave 
Blint Louis, iron molder, S F, res Melno 
ave and Los Angeles, mail Golden 
Gate 
Bliss Benj B, clerk S P Co, Oakland 

Creek Ferry, res 576 3d 
" Bessie Miss, domestic, 1364 9th 
" Jas, brakeman 8 P Co, res 1609 West 
BLISS JOHN A (J H Mott & Co) res 

1912 Broadway 
" Jos J, chief clerk Quartermaster's 
Dept, S F, res Fruitvale ave nr 
Lynde, Fruitvale, mail S F 
" Marietta Mrs, dressmaker, res 1214| 

23d ave 
" Mary M Miss, res 1912 Broadway 
" Sidney, engineer S P Co, res 1055 12th 

" Theo H, employe, S F, res 1609 West 

" Willis L, bakery, 1218 23d ave, res 
same 

" see also Blaess 

Block Constantine, dentist, 520 10th, res 
same 

" Israel, cigars, S F, res 1479 San 
Pablo ave 

•* Jos, cigars and tobacco, 971 Wash- 
ington, res 935 Poplar 
Blodgett Ellis G, engineer, res 1417 13th 

•' May L Miss, compositor, S F, res 

1777 Taylor 
Blohm Louis, wood carver, S F, res 1739 

William 
Blomsterberg Hilda Miss, domestic, 1223 

Adeline 
Blood Dell Miss, res 976 E 29th 

" Warren H, physician, 855 Center, 
res same 
BLOOD WILLIAM F, secretary Oak- 
land Home Insurance Co, NW cor 
9th and Washington, res 976 E 29th 
Bloodworth Enoch, laborer S P Co, res 

360 lat 
Bloom Andrew J, bookkeeper Mann & 
Mole, res 9)7 Franklm 

" Douglas, engineer S P Co, res 1169 
7 th 

" Edwin W, switchman S P Co, res 
1169 7th 

*' Frank V, carriage painter J E John- 
ston, res 1272 13th ave 

" Geo, saloon, NW cor E 12th and 13th 
ave, res 1272 13th ave 

♦' Geo W (Geo W Bloom & Co) res 919 
24th 

" Geo W & Co (Geo W Bloom) lock- 
smiths, 419 7th 

" Harry 11, fireman, res 1169 7th 

" Jacob, tailor, res 1272 13th ave 



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Blote Martin C, bookkeeper C C W Co, Boardman Carre True Mrs, teacher el' 



res 1228 Franklin 
" Wm E. clerk Wm J Dingee, res 1165 

Jefferson 
Blouin Daniasa, livery and boarding 

stable, 806 Broadway, res same 
Blow Alfred H, clerk W W Blow, res 

754 Harrison 
" Mazie V, res Hotel Albany 
" Walter W, real estate and notary 

public, 1010 Broadway, res Hotel 

Albany 
Bhiett Emma D MUs, died June 2, 1802 
BLUETT W H, M D, specialist in 

chronic diseases, 

hours 9 to 12 a 3 



cution, 906 Broadway, rms 57 auu 

58. res same 
'• Cliff Td, student, rew 1315 Grove 
" D Mrs, re Galindo Hotel 
" Harriet C Mrs, ladies' nurse, 254 

5th, res same 
" Jos, r al estate, res 725 8;h 
" Lincoln E, bookkeeper The Union 

Savings Bank, res 940 Poplar 
'* M V Mrs, teacher Prescott School, 

res 1769 Seward 
*' Wm F, civil engrineer, 456 8th, rms 

4 and 5, res 1315 Grove 
1069 Broadway, Boas Pincus (Cohn & Boas) res 317 10th 
1:30 to 4:30 and Boatm^in Jas C, real estate broker, res 



7 to 8 p M, res same 970 E 22d 

Bluill Carrie Mrs, res w s San Pablo ave " Mabel E Miss, res 552 Sy<^amore 

nr Stanford ave, mail Golden Gate Bobb Chas, driver Cape Ann Bakery, 



Blumberg August, compositor, S F, res 

912 Pine 
" Fred W, clerk, S F. res 1143 E 19th 
" Louis E, msr The Kentucky Co, 508 

7th, res 1361 Market 
" Robt L, ship carpenter, res 1412 

Brush 
" Wm J, clerk, res 1361 Market 
Blumer Frank. apprentice 

Tlme'i, res 1723 William 
Blunt A Mrs. dressmaker, res 562 11th 
Bluth Adolph. rellar man T Gier, res 915 

Washington 
" M, cook Spiers & Welti, res 425 12th 
Blythe Margaret R Miss, teacher Pres- 
cott School, res 1164 Peralta 
Boagard Jennie Mrs, res 511 6th 
" Lillie H Miss, weaver Cal Cotton 

Mill Co. res 511 6th 
Boaghof Peter, bartender Kreutzfeld & 
Koster. res Winters Hotel 

BOARD OF EDUCATION (city) H 

T Smith president. J W MtCly- 
monds superintendent and secre 



res same 
Bobet Adolph L. plumber The Rapid 

Safety Filter Co. res Newland House 
" Jas, plumber J N Bonham, res 1618 

13th 
" .Josephine Miss.glove maker, res 1618 

1.3th 
" see f'lfo Bnhhitt 
Morning Boccard Albert, carpenter, res 464 A 
" E Mrs, dressmakf r. res 464 A 
" Frank, cabinet maker, res 464 A 
Bock Carrie Mrs. janitress Harrison 

School, res .316 fith 
" Carrie A Miss, shipping clerk M J 

Keller Co. res 316 6th 
" Chas, carriage maker Sohst Bros, rrs 

316 6th 
" Chas J H, clerk A Hirshberg, res 

316 6th 
" Geo. machine hand Oakland Sash 

and Door Co, res 807 Alice 
" Henry O, employe S P Co, res 12.'^7 

Peralta 



«' Lizzie W Mrs, res 807 Alice 

tary (ex officio) J A Sands assistant Bocke'mann Jf>hn H. r>s NE cor Powell 

superintendent and secretary. City and 12th, mail Golden Gate 

Hall B'^de Henry, student, res 145-*^ .5th 

BOARD OF HEALTH (city) A G An- " Henry C W, carpenter, S F, res 145-i 

thony M D president, Paul J 5th 

Schafer secretary, Dr J P H Dunn Bodell John, carpenter, S F, res 615 6*h 

health officer, health office 15th nr Bodle Foster S, druggist and physician, 

San Pablo ave 1671 San Pablo ave, res same 

BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE Bodwell Martha J Mrs. res w s 3d nr 

COMMISSIONERS. E W Playter Powell, mail Emeryville 

president, G C Kaufman secretary, " Saml P. student, res w s 3d nr Powell. 

City Hall mail Emeryville 

BOARD OF POLICE PENSION Boedtcher Franz A. bartender Athenian 

FUND COMMISSIONERS. J T Club, res same 

Carothers president, E W Playter Boegle Frederick, r°al estate, w s San 

secretary. City Hall Pablo ave nr Stanford ave, res w s 

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, J Claremont ave nr College ave, mail 

West Martin president, G.C Kaufman Golden Gate 

Boehmer Elizabeth C Miss, dressmaker. 



secretary. City Hall 

" of Trade (Oakland) M J Keller prea, 

J F Street sec.headquarters 460 9th 



1367 E 11th, res same 
Frank C, res 1367 Hth 



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Boehmer John H, blacksmith, res 307 Sth 
■' Julia Mrs, res ;^07 Sth 
" Matthew, blacksmith Oaklaad Iron 

Works, res 1X|37 K I'th 
BOEHMER MICHAEL F, proprietor 

Palace Restaurant, 908 Broadwaj-, 

res 307 Sth 
■' Philip, plumber, res 307 Sth 
" Kosalia C, res 1367 E II th 
" Wm M. waiter M F Boehmer, res 

307 bth 
Boek Annie Miss, music teacher, res 

1001 oth 
" Birdie Miss, sluden*. res 1001 5th 
■' Chas H, compositor Tribune, res 259 

'2d 
" Emma D Miss, res 1001 Sth 
" Frank J, aast stereotyper Tribune, 

res '25'i} 2d 
'■ Herman, beer bottler, res 1001 Sth 
■' see also Beck and Bod 
Boell Ed«ard A, supt Cal Door Co, res 

U2t3 16th 
'• Fredk W, student, res 14'26 16th 
Bvies Erick. carpeiter, res 367 A 
BOESE WM J. secretary El Sueno 

Mining Co, 906 Broadway, res Tem- 

escal 

BOETTCHEK RICHARD (Eichwede, 

Mahi' ^^ Co res S.33 Adeline 
Bogler John F, glazier, $ F, res NW cor 
47th and 8alem nr San Pablo ave, 
mail S F 
Bogner August, employe C C L Co, res 

sime 
BOHAN JOHN, horseahoer, 511 14th, 
res iid(>4 Teiegraph ave 
" John Jr, caah boy J A Joyce, res 

2664 Tel >graph ave 
" Kitty Miss, les 2664 Te'egraph ave 
" Patrick L. bookkeeper J Bohan, rea 

2664 Telegraph ave 
Bohn Andrew, boiler maker American 

Boi er Works, res 651 Alice 
■' Divid. holer maker J M Costelli.res 

651 Alice 
" Louis, driver .Samm 4 Weatphal, res 

325 6th 
" Matilda Mrs, res 651 Alice 
" see also Boiren 
Bohrer John F, driver, res s s Hallett 

ave nr Maple, mail Golden Gate 
Boice Chas D, solicitor, S F,res 1426 Sth 
" Chas D Jr, res 1426 Sth 
" Gertie Miss, res 1426 Sth 
" see alto Boyce 
Boillot Leon C, draughtsman, S F, res 

1936 Union 
Boissairt Louise Mrs, res Tel^raph 

ave nr Morgan, mail N Temescal 
Boisvert Jos H, laborer Oakland Lumber 

Co, rea 558 3d 
Bolan Annie Miss, cook J L X Shepard, 
mail Golden Gate 



Boland T Mrs, res S 14 30th 

Bolce Edmund J, butcher Wm F Lorenz, 

res 535 20th 
" Wm J, capitalist, res 535 20th 
Boldt Wm L, carpenter W T Veitch & 

Bro, res 803 Isabella 
Boiles Amos, carpenter McManua 4 

Gartner 
'* Carrie Miss, res 2235 Elm ave 
" Chas W, contractor, res 2235 Elm 

ave 
" May D Miss, bookkeeper H M Cam- 
eron, res 2235 Elm ave 
" S M Mrs, res 2235 Elm ave 
" see also BaJik ami BoicUs 
Bollinger L H. student, res 570 llth 
B'llmer Mary Mrs, res 809 Henry 
" Olive Miss, res 809 Henry 
Bolser iTeo A, wagon maker J B Red- 

diog. res 1914 San Pablo ave 
" Harry A, painter W H Weilbye, res 

1914 €an Pablo ave 
" <ef al-'O Balzer 

BOLTON A £ (Sharp & Bolton) and 
president Land Title Co. SOO Broad- 
way cor 5th. res Santa Rosa, Cad 
" Ann Mrs, res 709 E 14th 
" Geo, machinist, res 1st ave nr Avon, 

mail X Temescal 
" H H, switchman S P Co, res 1679 

Lincoln 
" Jas W, painter, res 1504 Broadway 
Bolza Wm, grainer, rea 515 6th 
Boman Carl E, contractor and builder, 

res 2207 Adeline 
" Olga C Miss, res 2207 Adeline 
" see also Bnuman o7id Boicman 
B'^m^ard Julius, cloth inspector Cal 
Cottou Mills Co, res 6th nr Broad- 
way 
Bon Chas A, with A Carpenter. S F, res 

2349 Telegraph ave 
" John B. res 2355 Telegraph are 
" Ton Boat House, Thos M Kendall 

propr, 2 E 12th, Lake Merritt 
Bona C M, conductor Con P C Co, res e 

s Wallsworth ave nr Prospect 
Bond Jaa, engineer, res 6S0 Valdez 
" R Lee. pressman P P Pub Co, res 

1478 13th ave 
" S E Mrs, dressmaking, 1003^ Broad- 
way, rm 2 1 , res same 
BOND W E- business manager Tribune 
Publishing Co. 417 Sth, res 1 1 10 Sth 
" Wm, horse trainer, res Randlett 

House 
" Wm F. died May 7, 1892 
Bone Annie Miss, res SE cor Sth and 

Center 
" Maggie Miss, res SE cor Sth and Cen- 
ter 
Bonea Saml W. conductor S P Co, res 

529 E llth 
" W D. switchman S P Co 



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Bouetti Job, stone mdsou Mt V Cem 
Bonhiim John M, piunibtr andgastitter, 

UliO Washington, ros 1808 Market 
" M T Mrs, res 626 8th 
Boniface Henry C, carpenter, res w s 

I'ith nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" John, gardener Mt V Cem ; 

" Sara Miss, teacher Cole School, res 

S F 
Bonin Israel F, stone cutter, res 729 8th 
" Josephine M Miss, bookkeeper, res 

72i» 8th 
Bonite Jos, laborer, res Claremont ave 
ur Clinton, mail N Temescal j 

Bonneau Aloert, laborer Oakland Lum- 
ber Co, res 966 5th 
" Victor, glazier Cal Door Co, res 261 2d 
Bonnemort Chas M, capitalist, S F, res 

955 Jackson 
*' J J Miss, res 955 Jackson 
" M K Miss, res 955 Jackson 
BONNE Y WM L, agent Bradstreet 
Mercantile Agency, Ross House, 
■469^ 9ch, res same 
Bonora Adolph, gardener J Caire, res 

NE cor 8th and Harrison 
Bonsaci D \V, laborer G VV Arper, res 

T2i Filbert 
" Portia Miss, dressmaker, S F, res 728 

Filbert 
Bonsall Isaac E, clerk G A J Davis, res 

B.iiaswick Hotel 
Bon tan Leonardo, carpenter, res 1261 

Willow 
Boiigar Philip, capitalist, res Galindo 

Hotel 
Boole Emma J Miss, res 913 Poplar 
'• Geo, ship builder, S F, res 913 Pop-j 

lar 
" Ge • Jr, studsht, res 913 Poplar 
Boomer Alexander, gardener, res- Alca- 
traz ave nr Telegraph ave, mail Per- 
alta 
Boon John B.laborer, res 913 Cedar 
Boo J A E Mrs, res 1130 E 16th 
" Mattie Miss, res 1130 E 16th 
Boos Geo, porter K*yser & Hohmann, 

res Hardings Hotel 
Booth Mrs, employe C C L Co, res 1219 

14th 
" Baxter, supt Pac I & N Wks, res 
1126 Linden 
BOOTH CHARLES S, vice president 
Oakland Iron Works, 2d and Jef- 
ferson, res 1012 West 
" Edward, journalist, S F, res 1214 

Harrison 
'• Fred E, carpenter, res 714 29th 
" Lottie Miss, res 1724 Pacific 
" Lucius A, real estate, res nr High- 
land ave. Piedmont 
"MM Mrs, res 411 9th 
, " Stewart W, correspoudent S F Ex- 
aminer, office 918 Broadway 



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Booth Thos, machinist, 1157 E 14th, res 

ll4>23dave 
" Virginia G Miss, milliner LH Briggs, 

res 538 18th 
" Wm, res 1220 Harrison 
Bopray John, lineman, res s s 44th nr 

Telegraph ave, mail N Temescal 
Boquerez Antonio, res 559 2d 
Borhe A G (J C Steele & Co) 
Borchers, Bertha Miss, student, res 1354 

West 
*' Leonora Miss, student, res 1354 West 
" Nellie Mis, res 1354 West 
Bordanaro Joseph, employe Thomas 

Bros, res 1430 E 9th 
" Kate Miss, dressmaker, res 1430 E 

9th 
" Peter, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 1430 E 9th 
Borden Helen Miss, res 1107 Adeline 
" Henry R, pattern maker, S F, res 

961 Market 
" Julia Mrs, res 1107 Adeline 
" Rhodes, atty at law, S F, res 1107 

Adeline 
Borein Charles A, watchmaker 

Young, res 226 11th 
" JohnE, res 226 1 1th 
" Peter R, res 226 11th 
Boreman Thomas, salesman Joe 

caster, res 765 Jackson 
Borg C G, removed to Santa Rosa, Cal 
Borger Frederika L Mrs, res 1214 E 

11th 
Borges Amelia Mrs.res 1810 Williams, 
rear 

BORGESON CHARLES J (Dixon, 

Borgeson & Co, S F) res 971 Willow 
Borie Henry J, miaer, res 980 E 28th 
Borland A J, pressman P P Pub Co, res 

966 21st 
«' Archibald, broker, S F, res 1925 

BORLAND DAVID C (Borland & 

Lemon) res 1157 Franklin 
" Harrie Miss, student, res 1157 

Franklin 
" James, carpenter, res 966 2l8t 
" James Jr, painter, res 966 21st 
BORLAND & LEMON (David C Bor- 
land and Joseph F Lemon) decorat- 
ing and paper hanging, 1157 Frank- 
lin 
" Lulu Miss, bookbinder P P Pub Co. 

res 966 2l8t 
" Mary Mis3,student, res 1925 Webster 
'• S C Mrs, bookkeeper Borland & 

Lemon, res 1157 Franklin 
Borle L Edward, stockman P P Pub Co, 

res 718 12th 
BORMANN ALBERT, proprietor Char- 
ter Oak Market, 836 14th, res 221 3d 
Bornhauser Kate Mrs, res n s Union ave 
nr Green, mail Golden Gate 



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Bornholdt Kate Miss, res 1117 Myrtle 
Borovich Frank, emjiloye J Slavich, res 

SF 
Borroff Nancy J, res 140'J 15th 
Bonis Felix, milker Talcott's Dairy, 

mail box 15."?, Oakland, res same 
Bortree David E, deputy treasurer and 
tax collector (city) City Hall, res 
58S Charter 
"ME Miss, res 588 Charter 
Borz M, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

quarry, res same 
Boscacci Eugene, laundryman, res 1666 

13th 
" Pedro, employe C C L Co, res same 
" Peter, scavenger, res 1419 14th 
" Pietro. tinner, rts 95lU 3d 
Boschan C I, ag;t, S F, res 935 Pine 
Boscow Albert, clerk Oakland Sash and 

Door Co, res 1278 0th ave 
" Charles A, teacher, Dublin, res 1273 

5th ave 
" Emma Miss, res 1273 5th ave 
" Frederick, r^s 1273 5th ave 
" Geo, commission merchant, res 1273 

5th ave 
" Sarah Miss, res 1273 5th ave 
BOSCOW WM A, pres'dent Oakland 
Sash and Door Co, 671 and 673 
Broadway, res Redwood road nr 
Old County road, Fruitvale 
Boss Alois, baker, res 477 6th 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 1762 9th ave 
Bosso Benjamin, fireman S P Co, res 

722 Peralta 
Bost John, porter P P Car Co, res 660 

E 15th 
" Lucy Mrs, domestic, 804 Madison 
Boston Fresco Co, E D Parker mgr, 

412 10th 
Bostrom Minnie Miss, domestic, 2330 

Andover 
Boswell Chas, res w s Broadway nr40th 
" James W, cigars and tobacco, 468 

7th, res 858 Clay 
" William H, sawyer Burnham-Stande- 
ford Co, res w s Broadway nr 40th 
" see ako Biiswell 
Bosworth Minnie Miss, domestic, 44 E 

19th 
" Myron F (Bosworth & Paddock) res 

510 24th 
" & Paddock (M F Bosworth and 
C M Paddock) meat market, 1708 
Telegraph ave 
Both way Kichard, farmer, res 1314 12th 

ave 
P>othwell Edwin D, driver Oakland 
Fruit and Produce Co, res 707 20th 
" John D, cigars, tobacco and confec- 
tionery, NE cor Washington and 
7th, res Newland House 
" Lawrence E, clerk F & P Co, res 
707 20th 



PothwellR C, mfrs agt,S F.res 707 20th 
Botoni Louis, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Bottelho Frank, currier J S Derby, res 

701 E 12th 
Bottezini Louis A, bartender T P 

Violich, res 856 Harrison 
Bottger Henry A, captain schooner Lilly, 

S F, res 715 Center 
Betting E Mrs, nurse Old Ladies' Home, 

Tern* seal, res same 
" Eliza Mrs, res 2021 Chestnut 
Bottini A Mrs, teacher, S F, res 822 29th 
" Louis (Oakland French Laundry) res 

822 29th 
Bottomley Isaac, saloon. College ave 
and Hudson, res same, mail N 
Temescal 
Boucher Celina Mrs, res 656 E 14th 
" Joseph, farmer, res 1011 Brush 
Boudreau Adolph. harness maker, 471 

9th, res 809 Castro 
Boughton H .T, physician, Girard Hotel, 

rm 2, res same 
Boulevard Terrace, bet 22d and 23d off 

Webster 
Boullet Elmire A Miss, res 264 9th 
"LA Mrs, res2(i49th 
Bouquet Joe A, saloon, 41 1 8th, res 361 

10th 
" Bouquet Julia Mrs, res 619 23d ave 
" Wm F, bartender Joe A Bouquet, res 

.361 10th 
Bourgen Pierre, lock and g.msmith, 866 

Isabella, res same 
Bourger Mary Miss, domestic, 914 14th 
Bourget Joseph, blacksmith A A Sicotte, 

res 1685 8tli 
Bourgois Angelina Mrs, res 660 Clay 
Bours Carmen Miss, res 909 Linden 
" Dolores Miss, res 909 Linden 
" Luz Miss, res 909 Linden 
" Manuel'a G Mrs, res 909 Linden 
" Maria R Miss, res 909 Linden 
" Rafaela Miss, res 909 Linden 
Bousfield Bertha, domestic G P Morrow, 

Temescal 
" Julia Miss, res 2131 Elm ave 
" Lallie Miss, art needlework Mrs E J 

Brown, res 2131 Elm ave 
" Wm, stockbroker, S F, res 1.361 13th 

ave 
Boush Albert, baker, res 1207 7th 
Bousiiuet Albert, carpenter, res Winters 

Hotel 
Bouton Albert A, mgr Edwin Mohrig, 

1568 Telegraph ave, res 674 16th 
" Ella Mrs, res 674 16th 
" F P, driver Log Ca'in Bukery, res 

2075 San Pablo ave 
Boveroux Geo L, accountant, S F, res 

1077 12th 
" Richard, clerk, S F, res 1023 Mag- 
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Bovich Jerry C, waiter J Slavich, res 
416 8th 

Boivjer Robert, died Dec 27, 1891 

Boimleii Eliza Mrs, died Feb 17, 1S92 
" Jolrti S, died April 7, 1892 

Bowen Abbie Miss, glove maker M W 
Hodkins, res 1103 Frederick 

" Alan B. student, res 1401 Sth ave 

" Catherine Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 

" Cliarlfs A, carpenter, res 1103 Fred- 
erick 

" Charles E (B -wen & Schramm. 8 F) 
res 1401 8th ave 

" Charles R (Goldberg, Bowen & Le- 
benb.-mm, S F) res 1439 Market 

" Ernest, student, res ^57 20th 

" H, brakeman S P Co, res 1506 7th 

" Ida E Miss, res 557 20th 

" J B, lather, res Charter Oak Hotel 

" John W, traveling s-^lesman, S F, res 
557 20th 

" Joseph, stripper Jndson Manufac- 
turing Co, res 1934 Poplar 

" Katie Miss, employe C C L Co, les 
1363 ]5th 

" Lottie E Miss, bookkeeper Wurts & 
Smith, r»s 312 5th 

" Lulu M Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 
312 Sth 

" M«rshill, carpenter Ci A Kirk, res 
Adams Point, Lake Merritt 

" May Mrs, res 1934 Poplar 
Boiven Samuel B, died April 12, 1892 

" Thomas J D, student, res 312 5th 

" Thomas W, miner, res 312 Sth 

" see also Bohn I 

Bowers Mary Mrs, res 695 34th > 

" Robert, res The Arlington 

" W F, res Hotel Metropole 
Bowes Harry, hostler Broadway Livery 
Stable, res 86? 27th 

" John, laborer, Tr 8 652 J Harrison 
Bowie Grace Miss, dressmaker, res 369 

E nth 

" Mabel S Miss, tailoress J Lancaster, 

res 369 E 11th 
" Mary Mrs, music teacher, res 369 

E nth 
" Tract, on line Piedmont Cable Ry, 

junction Pleasant Valley road 
Bowker Wm, coachman Dr G C Pardee, 

1512 9th ave 
Rowland James D, res 1215 E21st 
Bowles Chas M, portrait painter, 1115 

Broadway rm 17. res 963 7th 
" Phillip E. mgr Port Costa Ware- 
house and Dock Co, S F,re8 918 10th 
" see aiso Bolles • 
Bowman Adelaide E Miss, res off Vernal 

ave, Piedmont 
" Alice W Miss, res off Vernal ave. 

Piedmont 
"AW, real estate, S F res off Vernal 
ave, Piedmont 



Bowman A W Jr, student, res off Vernal 

ave. Piedmont 
" C Mrs, res Merritt House 
" Charles A, salesman Everson, Wal- 
ker & Smith, res G30 9th 
" Eustace P, res 118 4th 
Bowman Georgiann Mrs, died June 24, 

1 892 
BOWMAN H & CO (H and W J Bow- 
man aid N A Koser) druggists, 951 

Broadway 
" Harry C, student, res off \ ernal ave. 

Piedmont 
BOWMAN HENRY (H Bowman & 

Co) res 630 9th 
" John S of 8 F, ei'zars and tobacco, 

Leopold Bettman mgr, 874 Wash- 
ington 
BOWMAN WM J (H Bowman & Co) 

res 630 9th 
" see also Baumafi and Boraan 
Bowser Samuel R P, laborer, res s s 43d 

east of Telegraph ave, mail N 

Temescal 
Boyee Edwin H, carpenter, res 532 SIst 
" John B, police officer (city) res 827 

17th 
BOYCE S B (Harrison & Boyce) res 962 

Market 
" AVilliam D, furniture mfr,960 Frank- 
lin, res 532 31st 
" sef also Boice 
Boyd Adolph, res Sunnyside ave nr 23d 

ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Charles, laborer G L & H Co, res 

807 Brush 
'• Charles E, res 1871 Sth 
" D W Mrs, dressmaker, w s San Pablo 

ave nr Stanford ave, res same, mail 

G'dden Gate 
" Edolph, painter, res 23d ave bet 

24th and 25th 
" Edward, salesman C W Kinsey, res 

862 19th 
" Ida Mrs, res 1264 Franklin 
" Ruth Mrs, res 145 Athol ave 
Boyd Win M, died Dec 27, 1891 
Boyden Andrew M (Gardner & Boyden) 

res 963 Jefferson 
" Arthur M, student, res 963 Jefferson 
" Bertrand F, clerk B E Cahoon, res 

963 Jefferson 
" Maggie, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 1234 E 21st 
Boyens Hans, farmer, res 754 Brush 
Boyenval Armand, res 1668 13th 
Boyer Aggie Miss, res 964^>Market 
" AH, pilot S PCo 
" Albert 0, laborer, res 802 Clay i 
" Axel, machinist, Arctic Machne 

Works, res 142 Hannah 
" Charles A, salesman Taft & Pen- 

noyer, res 1459 Grove 
" Charles C,employe S PCo,res573 7th 



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Boyer Frank, salesman, res 1782^ 7th 
" Hans (Arctic Machine Works) res 

14'j Hannah 
" Henry C, salesman R J Boyer, res 

964 Market 
" R'lbert J, propr Reliance Tobacco 
Store, Sol Broadway, res 964 Mar- 
ket 
' Thos, molder, S F, ree 151 Hannah 
" Thos F, iron moulder, res 707 Filbert 
" Wm C, clerk R J Boyer, res 1010>^ 
Washington, rm 16 | 

" see al.-<o Bayer and Beyer 
BOYES E J DR ( Boyes & Richardson) 

res Hotel Metropole 
BOYES & RICHARDSON (E J Boyes 



Brabban Elizibeth Mit.s, res 769 12th 
" Maggie J Miss, res 76!) 12th 
Brace Jos, section man S P Co, res 1505 

3d 
Brackett Alfred, car cleaner S P Co, res 

Loria 
" C D, bookkeeper H Nash, res 1664 

13th 
" E, towermaii S P Co 
" Leonard C, miller, res 865 Filbert 
" Orrin J, mattress maker, res 1469 

Grove 
" Patrick, laborer G L & H Co, res 

466 24th 
" S M Mrs, res 1C64 13th 
" see also BrickeM 



and T B Richards jn) physicians and Brackmau Wm D, car driver, res Tele- 
surgeons, hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 graph ave nr Shasta, mail N Temes- 
p M, 1068 Broadway, rms 26, 27 and cal 

28, office telephone 813, res tele- Bracktle Ambrose, shoemaker, 522 14th, 

phone 830 res 175 8th 

Boyle Cornelius, laborer, res 720 Linden BRACKTLE & GREER ( W S Bracktle 

" Etta Miss, employe C C L Co, res and J I (ireer) manufacturing jew- 

1476^ 5th elers, watches, clocks and jewelry 

" Frances Mise, res 1476>^ 5th promptly repaired, all work war- 

" Harry, machinist, res 877 Washington ranted, 968 Washington 

" John J, laborer S P Co, res 720 Lin- BRACKTLE WALLACE S (Bracktle 

den & Greer) res 175 Sth 

" Xeil, laborers P Co, res 720 Linden Bradbury J J, died July 15, 1892 
" Owen, groceries and liquors, 1601 Bradbury Levis L, died Swly \b, 1892 

Market, res same " M G Mrs, teacher Lafayette School, 

*' Patrick, carpenter, res 766 7th res NE eor22d and Webster 

" Patrick L, gardener, res 263 E 16th Bradford A M Miss, hairworker, res 1st 



Robt, res 254 HoUis 
" Robt Jr, student, res 254 HoUis j 

'■ Timothy, laborer, res 1476^ Sth 
B>yman Chai J, porter, S F, res 2520 

Telegraph ave, mail N Temescal , 
Boynton C E Miss, schoolteacher, res 

1139 E 19th 
" Chas A, buyer Sanborn, Vail & Co, 

S F, res NW cor Howe and Howard 
" Chas H, mgr Pacific Postal Telegraph 

Cable Co, 950 Broadway, res 719 

I4tb 
" Geo W, contractor and builder, 323 

13th, res e s Pleasant Valley road. 

Piedmont 
" L M Miss, stenographer, res 1139 

E 19th 
Boy sen Andrew, propr Apenrade House, 

416 7th, res same 
" Andrew Jr, machinist, S F, res 416 

7th 
" Fred J L, tailor Quigley & Johnson, j 

res 416 7th j 

" Mary, domestic, 1061 E 14th j 

Brabandt Annie Mrs, res 2109 Elm ave! 
" Chas, paper ruler, S F, res 2109 Elm' 

ave ! 

" Mollie T Miss, saleslady Renter Bros, 

res 2109 Elm 
Brabban Annie I Miss, res 769 12th j 

" Dixon, res 769 12th ; 



ave nr Summer, mail X Temescal 
" Ann Mrs, res 954 5th 
" Chas M, carpenter, res E 35th nr 

Commerce 
" Frank G, carpenter Towle & Broad- 
well, res 913 5th ave 
" Fredk A, waiter P P C Co, res 370 A 
" J F, real estate, S F, res 961 Harrison 
" Wm, civil engineer S P Co, res 811 

Oak 
" Wm J, carpen'er F C Bignami, res 

1762 Market 
" Wm W, tallyman Puget Soand Lum- 
ber Co, res 954 Sth 
Bradley Albina Mrs, res 1069 Grove 
" Annie Miss, domestic, 520 Sycamore 
•' Anson S, photographer, Martinez, 

Cal, res 1069 Grove 
" Asa M, draughtsman, S F, rea 484 

Edwards 
" Bryan, student, res 204 E 16th 
" Carrie H Miss, teacher Fruit vale 
Public School, res Fruitvale ave nr 
School, mail same 
" Chas, painter, res 2227 West 
" Chas H, house and sign painter, 417 

IStb, res Winter Hotel 
" Chas L, engineer, res 1937 Filbert 
" Ernest W, physician and surgeon, 

618 E 12th, res same 
" Frank K, laborer, res 155 3d 



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Bradley Fredk, conductor S F Co, res 

1013 Wi.lowr 
" G L Mrs, res SO Vernoa ave, Vernon 

Heights 
Bradley Ceo L, died Sept 15, 1891 
" Henry L, physician and surgeon, 618 

E 12th, res 204 E 16th 
" Hiram T, electrical engineer, res 364 

14th 
Bradley James, died Feb 26, 1892 
" J J, employe C C L Co 
" John T, miner, res 364 14th 
" Julia Mrs, res 465 20th 
" Laura Miss, res 1825 Telegraph ave 
" Lucy Miss, res 364 14th 
" Margaret Miss, res 204 E 16th 
" Mary F Miss, res 364 14th 
" Matilda A Mrs, res 1754 Taylor 
" Nicholas, plasterer, res 1415 11th 
" Peter, baker Log Cabin Bakery, res 

2075 San Pablo ave 
" Thos, plastering contractor, 1463i 

Castro, res same 
" Tom M, law student M C Chapman, 
I res 204 E 16th 

" Wm, engineer S P Co, res 829 Cedar 
" Wni, carpenter, San Lorenzo, res| 

1116 Broadway I 

" Wm E, salesman M Hyman & Co, res 

465 20th I 

Bradshaw Benjamin, clerk J Seulberger, i 

res 167 E 20th j 

" E Mrs, domestic, 674 34th ! 

" Lura N Miss, clerk Abrafaamsonl 

Bros, res 674 34th I 

" Thos, machinist Oakland Iron 

Works, res 167 E 20th t 

BRADSTREET MERCANTILE 

AGENCY, The Bradstreet Co 

proprietors, W L Bonaey agent, 

469^ 9th 
BRADWAY JOSEPH R, physician 

and surgeon, hours 9 to 10 and 1 to 

3, 1003i Broadway, rm 23, res 760 

10th " j 

" Royal, painter J Thompson, res 1607 1 

7th 
" Timothy, res 1816 Seward 
" see also Broadway 
Brady Alice Miss, student, res 556 

William 
" Jas, res with J F Lackey, mail N 

Temescal 
BRADY JAMES M, city clerk, office 

City Hall, res 1305 Madison 
" Jennie Mrs, restaurant and bakery, 

NW cor 40th and San Pablo ave, 

res same, mail Oakland 
" John, res NW cor 40th and San 

Pablo ave, mail Oakland 
" John, painter S P Co, res 651 Linden 
" John, capitalist, res 556 William 
" Katie Miss, res 651 Linden 
" Katie Miss, domestic, 266 E 12th 



Brady Lewis, barber I Washington, res 360 

9th 
" Marguerite Miss, student, res 556 

William 
*' Martin B, cigar mfr, 476 7th, res 

943 Union 
" Mary A Miss, res 651 Linden 
" Nellie Miss, res 1103 E 22d 
BRADY OWEN, agent Wells, Fargo 

& Co, Oakland Pier, res S F 
'* Terrence J, plumber, 9U6 Washing- 
ton, res 812 Castro 
" T S, mechanic, S F, res 1665 12th 
" W A, brakeman S P Co, res 1524 5th 
" William, employe S P Co, res NW 

cor 40th and San Pablo ave 
•' Wm P, clerk, S F, res 1103 E 22d 
" Wm T, painter, res 651 Linden. 
Bragnardelli E, quarry man Pav Co, 

res Temescal 
Brain Annie Mrs, notions, 2018 Chest- 
nut, res 2020 Chestnut 
" Edward, laborer, res w s 11th nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Geo H, iron moulder, res 2020 Chest- 
nut 
" Geo H Jr, res 2020 Chestnut 
" Henry, carpenter, res w s II th nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Thomas, bricklayer C J Clausen, res 

2020 Chestnut 
Brainard A C, removed to Berkeley 
" James, carpenter, res Areata House 
Brainerd Frank J, job printer P P Pub 

Co, res 1360 Market 
Brains Charles, bricklayer, res E 20th 

nr 22d ave 
" Thomas, laborer Remillard Brick Co, 

res E 20th nr 22d ave 
Bralley Nellie Miss, res 1939 Market 
" Patrick, barber, 1939 Market,res same 
Bralli J, cjuarryman Claremont Rock 

Co's quarry 
Branch Florence Miss, teacher Olinda 

School District, res 777 14th 
" George W, clerk, S F, res Merritt 

House 
" L Miss, res 777 14th 
" N Mrs, red 777 14th 
Brand Barbara Miss, domestic, 1260 

Market 
" Bros (Charles & Frederick) paper 

bag mfrs, 672 4th 
" Charles (Brand Bros) res S F 
" Elijah G, conductor O C St Ry, res 

920 Broadway 
"EM Mrs, furnished rooms, 920 

Broadway, res same 
" Evelyn Miss, res 662 5th 
" Frederick (Brand Bros) res S F 
" George, stepladder maker G Brand 

Jr, res 662 5th 
" George Jr, mfr stepladders, 672 4th, 

res 662 5th 



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Brand Hannah Miss, res 705 E 12th 

" Isabella Miss, res 662 5th 

" John G, barber, S F, ns 8?4 Isa- 
bella 

" Julia Mrs, restaurant, 705 E i2th, res 
same 

" Julia Miss, res 705 E r2th 
BRAND ROBERT, manufacturer 
threshers, agricultural engines, horse 
po'>ers, self feeder.-, separators, etc, 
ft07 and 509 2d, res 1480 Adeline 

" William, carpenter, res 662 5th 
Brandon Kate Mrs, res 2.30 12th 
Brandstetter Joseph, beer bottler Lang 

Bros, res 229 Sth 
Brandt Andrew, coachman C A Klink- 
ner, mail Golden Gate 

' ' Frederick W, bartender Frank Smith, 
res 1685 Sth 

" Henry C, draughtsman Judson 
Manufacturing Co, res 1220 lUth 

" Matilda Mrs, res 1010 3d 

" Peter, employe S P Co, res 943 
Campbell 

" Rebecca Mrs, res 466 6th 
Brangs ErToest E. tuner Kohler & Chase, 

res 842 Madison 
Brann Frank J, dynamo man E L & 
M Co, res 600 Webster 

" Fred W. supt E L & M Co, res 

600 Webster 
Brannan A Mrs, res 765 Clay 

" Agnes Miss, res 765 Clay 

" Ann Miss res 851 E 12th 

" Daniel, capitalist, office 906 Broad- 
way, rms 15 and 16, res 851 E 12th 

" Ellen Miss, domestic, 1160 Alice 

" John, farmer, res 765 Clay 

" John, rej nr tc minus Piedmont ave 

" Joseph, trafkman S P Co 

" James T, brakeman S P Co, res 
831 Yz Magnolia 

" see aim Brcnnan 

Bransel Amelia Miss, domestic, 568 
Caledotiia ave 

Branson Ware, sailmaker, S F, res 724 

21st 
Bransted John L, carpenter, res 1025 

Chester , 

Brantas Henry, peddler, res 833 Mag- 
nolia 

Branthaver Daniel, enginer C St Ry, 
res 1953 Myrtle 

" Howard L, clerk, S F, res 700 34th 

Brask Pauli, gardener P H Marston. 
Fruitvale ave nr School 

Brass Manuel, laborer, res 1716 Pacific 

Brast Augustus, blacksmith Merritt & 
McGrew, re.s 913 5th ave 

" Ernest M, compositor Oakland En- 
(ptirer, res 913 5th ave 

Brate M. laborer S P Co 

Bratten Thomas W, carpenter mill S P 
Co, res 1261 Center 



Brauer Henry, carpenter, res 1380 

Broadway 
" Hermann Rev, pastor Salem German 

M E Church, res 1252 E 10th 
" Hermann 0, cabinet maker, S F, res 

1252 E 10th 
" R S, carpenter, S F, res 1252 E 10th 
Braun Charles H F, cashier, res 1358 7th 
" Emily Miss, res 1330 Linden 
" Frank A, clerk, IS F, res 13.30 Linden 
" George H, butcher C Ziegler, res 726 

15th 
BRAUN HENRY, general agent 

Buffalo Brewing Co and beer bottler, 

870 Webster cor 8th, res same 
" Martio, employe Mt V Cem, res 2044 

Broadway 
" Michael, mfr curled hair, w s San 

Pablo ave nr Dalton ave, res 1123 

Filbert, mail Golden Gate 
" Nathaniel H, clerk, res 1358 7th 
" Robert J F. cook \\ C T U Coffee 

Room, res 755 leffer.son 
Braune F F, agt S F Exavimer. res 

569 8th 
Braut Louis, cigars and tobacco, 1251 

San Pablo ave, res 1004 Broadway 
Bravo Frank R, barber, 1355^ Telegraph 

ave, res same 
Brawley John, stableman Con P C Co, 

res 1975 Broadway 
Bray Adela Miss, res 1573 21st ave 
" Carrie E Miss, res w end Hamilton 

Place 
" Edward M (Bray Sons k Co, S F) 

res E 14th nr Park ave, Fruitvale 
" Hany, harness maker E Bernard. 

res 1573 21st ave 
" Howard W, employe W^ W Mon- 
tague & Co, S F, res E 14th nr Park 

ave, Fruitvale 
" Isaiah Capt, res w end Hamilton 

Place 
" John S, laborer, res 1069 E 19th 
" Lewis, employe H H Morgan, res 

same 
" Phillip H, harness and saddlery, 903 

E I4th, res 1573 21st ave 
" Robert A (Bray Sons & Co, S F) 

res E 14th nr Park ave, Fruitvale 
" Watson A (Bray Sons & Co. S F) 

res E 14th nr Park ave, Fruitvale 
" Wm J, bot kbinder Tribune, res 1573 

BRAYS POST OFFICE, changed to 

Fruitvale, John M McArthur post- 
master 

Brayil Thomas, brakeman S P Co, res 
1730 13th 

Brayton Albert P, pres Pelton Water 

Wheel Co, S F, res 1167 Jackson 

" Albert P Jr, vice-pres and mgr 

Pelton Water Wheel Co, S F, res 

1167 Jackson 



THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE CO. 
CHARLES D. HAVEN, Mana«er. J. H. TROY , Jr. , Acrent, 
4%» California Street, S. F. 457 Ninth Street, OaUaad. 



Mantels, Grafes and Tiles 



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Brayton Block, 363i 12ch 
" Edward L, student Yale College, res 

1167 Jacksoa 
Brazil Marion, milker J M Carr, res 

Prescott nr Liese ave, Fruitvale 
" Anton (i, sheep raiser, res n s Union 

ave nr Green, mail Oakland 
Brazisco G, quarry man Pav Co, res 
Tjmescal 

res. 15 13 9th 



Breiling Adolph, clerk, res 1473 8th 
" Bros (Oscar F and Emil J) meat 

market, 8th and Chester 
" EmilJ (Breeling Bros) res 1473 Sth 
" limma S Miss, res 1473 8th 
" Julia Miss, res 1473 Sth 
" Margaretta Mrs, res 1473 Sth 
" Oscar F (Breiling Bros) res 1473 Sth 

Brendemuhl August C, capitalist, 

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Breen David, trackman S P Co 

" John, agt, res 1052 30th 

" Joseph P, fireman S P Co, res 766 

Sth I 

" Matthew, laborer S P Co, res 766' 

5th ! 

Breese Geo R, carpenter, S F, res 1406 

11th 
Bregers Carl W, groceriee, 801 Jtfifer- 
son, and saloon, 604 5th, res 803 Jef- 
ferson 
Brehn Charles, waiter Swenson & Co, 

res 409^ 12th 
" E C, bartender, res 2" 30 Market 
Breidenbach William, laborer C & N R 
R, res NE cor Park ave and Hal- 
leck, mail Emeryville 



Breusch Henry, clerk Max C Schulze, 

res Ruedy's Hotel 
Brewer Annie A Miss, res 1372 12th 
ave 

" Annie W Miss, teacher, res 578 13th 

" E Mrs, res 1350 Franklin 

" John (John Brewer & Co) res n s 
Union ave nr Green, mail Golden 
Gate 

" John & Co (John Brewer and Peter 
Eiarich) mfrs pheep and beef cas- 
ings, Bay nr Dalton ave. Stock 
Yards, mail Oakland 

" John H, atty at law, 969 Broad- 
way, rm49, res 578 13th 

" M H, canvassing supt Singer Mfg 
Co, res Berkeley 



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Brand Hannah Miss, res 705 E I'ith 

" Isabella Miss, res 662 5th 

" John G, barljer. S F, ns 8?4 Isa- 
bella 

" Julia Mrs, reataurant, 705 E 12th, res 
same 

" Julia Miss, res 705 E 12th 
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Brauer Henry, carpenter, res 1380 

Broadway 
" Hermann Kev, pastor Salem German 

M E Church, res 1-252 E 10th 
" Hermann O, cabinet maker, S F, res 

1252 E 10th 
" R S, carpenter, S F. res 1252 E 10th 
Braun Charles H F, cashier, res 135S 7th 
•' Emily Miss, res 1330 Linden 
•' Cro^lr A Marl- S. P ro« l.'i'^n T in.len 



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Bransted John 

Chester 
Brantas Henry, peddler, res 

nolia 
Branthaver Daniel, enginer C St Ry, 

res HI53 Myrtle 
" Howard L, clerk, S F, res 700 34th 
Brask Pauli, gardener F H Marston 

Fruitvale ave nr School 
Brass Manuel, laborer, res 17K') Pacific 
Brast Augustus, blacksmith Merritt & 

McGrew, re.s 913 5th ave 
" Ernest M, compositor Oakland En- 

i/uirer, res 913 5th ave 
Brate M. laborer S P Co 
Bratten Thomas W. carpenter mill S P 

Co, res 1261 Center 

THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE INSURANCE CO. 
CHARLES D. HAVEN, Manaflrer. J. H. TROT, Jr., Affent, 
4)22 California Street, t». F. 457 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



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E 1 4th. res 1573 21st ave 
" Robert A (Bray Sons & Co, S F) 

res E 14th nr Park ave, Fruitvale 
" Watson A (Bray Sons & Co. S F) 

res E 14th nr Park ave, Fruitvale 
" Wm J, bo« kbinder Tribune, res 1573 

21st ave 
BRAYS POST OFFICE. chanf;ed to 

Fruitvale, John M McArthur post- 
master 
Brayil Thomas, brakeman S P Co, res 

1730 13th 
Brayton Albert P, pres Pelton Water 

Wheel Co, S F, res 1167 Jackson 
" Albert P Jr, vice-pres and mgr 

Pelton W'ater Wheel Co, S F, res 

1167 Jackson 



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Bray ton Block, 363A 12ch 
" Edward L, student Yale College, res 

1167 .lackson 
Brazil Mariou, milker J M Carr, res 

Prescott nr Liese ave, Fruitvale 
■' Anton (i, sheep raiser, res n s Union 

ave nr Green, mail Oakland 
Brazisco G, quarrymau Pav Co, res 

T.;me3cal 
Breardy Chas S, res 1513 9th 

BREARTY ELLEN L MISS, music 

teacher, 1513 9th, res same 
" Frank J, atty at law, 920 Broad- 
way, res same 

BREARTY MARY E MRS, prin- 
cipal .Select Home School, 1513 9th, 
res same 

" Mary F Miss, student, res 1513 9th 
Brechtd Andrew, carpenter, res NE cor 

17th and San Pablo ave 
Breck Emma Miss, teacher English 
literature, res 678 14th 

" James, mgr Samuel Breck, res 678 
14th 

" Louise Miss, res 678 14th i 

" M Augusta Miss, artist, res 678 14th 

" Nellie B Miss, res 678 14th 

" Samuel, wood and coal, 462 13th, 
res 678 14th \ 

" Samuel Jr, receiving teller Oakland 

Bank of Savings, res 318 14th 
Breckenfeller Albert, laborer, res 1825 

William 
BreadholF Charles, bookkeeper, res 913 
14th 

" Henry H, bookkeeper, res 862 Kirk- 
ham 

" Julius, clerk, res 1213 8th 
BREED A H & CO (A H Breed) real 
estate and insurance, 460 9th, and 
publishers Beal Estate Review 
BREED ARTHUR H (A H Breed & 
Co) 460 yth, res 572 18th 

" Daniel C, bookkeeper, S F, res 572 

, 18th 

Breed Ellen C Mrs, died Dec 26, 1891 

Breedlove Ira, clerk, S F, res 125 13th 

Breen David, trackman S P Co 

" John, agt, res 1052 30th 

" Joseph P, fireman S P Co, res 766 
5th 

" Matthew, laborer S P Co, res 766 
5th ' 

Breese Geo R, carpenter, S F, res 1406 

nth I 

Bregers Carl W, groceriep, 801 J«ffer-i 
son, and saloon, 604 5th, res 803 Jef- 
ferson 

Brehn Charles, waiter Swenson & Co, 

res409| 12th 
" E C, bartender, res 2" '30 Market 

Breidenbach William, laborer C & N R 
R, res NE cor Park ave and Hal- 
leck, mail Emeryville 



Breiling Adolph, clerk, res 1473 8th 
" Bros (Oscar F and Emil J) meat 

market, 8th and Chester 
' Emil J (Breeling Bros) res 1473 Sth 
' Emma S Miss, res 1473 8th 
' Julia Miss, res 1473 8th 
' Margaretta Mrs, res 1473 Sth 
' Oscar F (Breiling Bros) res 1473 Sth 
Brendemuhl August C, capitalist, 
mail care P C Nielsen, res end of 
Fruit va'e ave 
Breneman Joseph T, jihysician, 1156 

Broad waj-, rts 756 Market 
Brennan Daniel, laborer V L Fortin 
" Daniel, car repairer S P Co, res 963 

Sth 
" Fred, cooper, res 963 5th 
" John, teamster J Pav Co, res Berke- 
ley 
" Mary J Mrs, domestic, res 644 12th 
" Michael, contractor and builder, SF, 

res 833 Harrison 
" Minnie Miss, res 963,5th 
" Thomas L, carpenter, S F, res 833 
Harrison 
Breton John M, groceries, NE cor 24th 
and Linden, res 2018 Telegraph ave 
Breschous Louis, butcher, res n s Dal- 
ton ave nr Green, mail Golden Gate 
Bretell Drmilla, died Dec 31. 1891 

BRETHERICK HENRY, professor 

of music, res 416 E 15th 

BRETHERICK MARY E MRS, 

teacher of vocal music, res 416 E 
15th 
Brett John A C, machinist S P Co, res 
1766 Gos8 

" John R.res Fruitvale ave opp E 16th, 
Fruitvale 

" J R, mining expert, res 1382 Web- 
ster 

" Martin, groceries, 801 Brush, res 
same 
Bretell Jos, res Golden Gate, mail same 
Breuer Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 1055 
Wood 

" Herman, grocer, S F, res 1055 Wood 
Breusch Henry, clerk Max C Schuize, 

res Ruedy's Hotel 
Brewer Annie A Miss, res 1372 12th 
ave 

*' Annie W Miss, teacher, res 578 13th 

" E Mrs, res 1350 Franklin 

" John (John Brewer & Co) res n s 
Union ave nr Green, mail Golden 
Gate 

" John & Co (John Brewer and Peter 
Em rich) mfrs fheep and beef cas- 
ings, Bay nr Dalton ave. Stock 
Yards, mail Oakland 

" John H, atty at law, 969 Broad- 
way, rm49, res 578 13th 

*' M H, canvassing supt Singer Mfg 
Co, res Berkeley 



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Brewer Vincent T,8ale8man,S F,re8 1372 

12th ave 
" Wm P, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1372 
12th ave 

Bra wick A, carpenter, res 2361 Ade- 
line 

Brewis James T, removed to Visalia, 
Cal 

Brewster Christiana Mrs, propr Oakland 

House, 070 Broadwaj'. res same 
" John, coachman, 1308 Jackson 
" Wm C, foreman broom shop Indus- 
trial Home for Adult Blind, res 563 
36 th 

Brickell Emory Mrs. res 272 11th 

tSrickett A E Mrs, res 360 E 17th 

Bricklayers' Union, Oakland Branch No 
I, meet 1st and 3d Wednesday 
evenings each month, Odd Fellows' 
Hall, nth and Franklin 

Bridge James, whiten er, res 765 Willow 
" John, barber, res Prescott nr Red- 
wood road, Fraitvale, mail Fruit- 
vale ave 

" Thomas, farmer, res Prescott nr Red- 
wood road. Fruit vale, mail Fruitvale 
ave 

Bridgeman Caleb B, employe Cal Box 
Co, res SW cor 3d and Filbert 

Bridges Daisy M Miss, student,res 952 
3.3th 

BRIDGES M M, wood, coal and coke, 
wholesale and retail, NE cor 6th 
and Washington, res 952 35th 

" Thomas 8, machinist Judson 
Manufacturing Co, res e s Halleck 
nr Park ave, mail Emeryville 

" sfe rt/>o Bryd(jes 

\ BRIDGMAN EDWARD C, superin- 

I tendent Oakland Sash and Door Co, 

I res 830 22d 

" Wm C, machine hand, S F, res 760 

5th 
Brien Jos, gardener Mrs M L Bernard, 
res SE cor Orange ave and E 25th, 
Fruitvale 
Brier Chas, student, res 522 Charter 
j " Columbus, teacher, S F, res 522 

Charter 
I " Elizabeth Miss, res 522 Charter 
" Martha Miss, res .322 Charter 
" Rose Miss, res 522 Charter 
; Briggie Theresa Mrs, res 837 Clay 
I Briggs Annie Miss, res 530 l.Sth 
j " Archibald H, res E 2Sth and 4th ave 
I " Cheater G, contractor and builder, 
527 E 14th, res same 
" David M, employe Woodcock &, 
j Hodge, res E 28th and 4th ave 

I " Flora B Miss, res E 28th and 4th ave 
j " Fredk S, compositor Oakland En- 
(/idrer, res 263 Tith 
" Harvey G, rancher, rcs 527 E 14th 
'• Jas P, res 602 E 18th | 



Briggs LeRoy H, millinery, 10 J 5 Broad- 
way, res 530 12th 
•' Mabel A Miss, res 527 E 14th 
" Mollie J Miss, stenographer, res 527 

E 14th 
" Walter D, student, res 527 E 14th 

Brigham C (Brigham, Hoppe & Co, S 

F) res 1019 Oak 
" Edward, res 7'22 Sycamore 
" F E (Brigham, Honpe & Co, S F) res 

1007 Oak 
" LA Miss, res 1019 Oak 

Bright G W, porter P P C Co, res 756 J^ 
Willow 

BrinckerhoflFG E, M D, oculist and au 
rist, office Central Bank Bldg, NE 
cor 14th and Broadway, res 582 Al- 
bion 

Brinckmann Otto H, watchmaker W 
Wilson, res 813 Harrison 

Brink Chas M, clerk W T Hyde, res 

767 14th 
" Gerda Mrs, res 767 14th 
" LillieG Miss, student, res 767 14th 
" May K Miss, dressmaker, 767 14th, 
res same 

Brinn Etta Miss, res 1016 14th 

Brion Saml S, painter J H Rempe, res 
362 10th 

Briones C, stoker Engine Co No 4, res 

761 E 14th 
" Gabriel, barber,481 8th, res 1459 13th 
" Raymond L, barber, 844 Broadway, 
res 623 3d 

BriscoRobt J, res 1159 7th 

Briseno Antonio, glazier Ingler & At- 
kinson, res Berkeley 

Brissell Anna M, inmate Industrial 
Home for Adult Blind 

Bristol Chas, hostler Club Stables, res 
515 18th 

Bristow Elizabeth Mrs, res Park nr 
Buena Vista ave, mail Goldea Gate 

British American Association, Dr E M 
Pate son pres, J B Mackie s%;, 
meets on call at K of P Hall 

Brittan Patrick, artificial, stoue con- 
tractor, res 870 Lydin 

Britton Irvine, porter P P C Co, res 729 
Henrv 

BRITTON JOHN A, secretary Oakland 
(ras. Light anil Heat Co, 904 Broad- 
way, res 624 9th 

" Wm W, atty at law, S F, res 1231 
Poplar 

Brizard A Mrs, res Ho el Albany 

" B M, res Hotel Albany 

Broad Chas A, salesman, S F, res 36th 
nr Market, mail Oakland 

" Chas E, wholesale merchant, S F, res 
708 29th 

Broadmaux May Mrs, res Girard Hotel 

Broadway Annie J Miss, tailoress M J 
Keller Co, res Fruitvale 



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AYDELOTTE'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Y.M.C.A. BUILDING, Oakland, Gal. 



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Broadway Arthur T, butcher, res Red- 
woodroad ^ m from Old County 
road, Fruitvale 

" Elizabeth Mrs, res Redwood road } 
m from Old County road, Fruitvale 

" John H, carpenter O R & M Co, res 
Peralta ave nr Redwood road, Fruit- 
vale 

" Livery Stable, Andrew Wallin propr, 
1368 Broadway 

" May C Miss, compositor West Oak- 
land Sun, res Redwood road ^ m 
from Old County roail, Fruitvale 

" Passenger Depot, S P Co, Miss M E 
De Cora agt, nr 7th bet Broadway 
and Washington 

' Planing Mills, Miller & Co proprs, 

1421 Broadway 
Broadwater Wm E, meat cutter F 

Becker, res 1261 Brush 
Broad well Elias H, clerk F J Edwards & 
Co, res 713 19th 

BROAD WELL MELVIN L (Towle & 

Bi'oadwell) res 1514 Brush 
Broberg Eric, night messenger S P Co, 

foot of Peralta 
Brock Alfred T, clerk, S F, res 1458j 
Broadway ' 

" Annie L Miss, res 1458 Broadway 
" C Lawrence, clerk Oakland Bank of 

S'vings, res 1458 Broadway 
" Fred T. clerk, S V, res 1458 Broadway 
"■J H, collector, S F, res 1458 Broad- 
way 
" Mart/ A Mrs, died April 18, 1892 
" M M Mrs, res 1458 Broadway 
Brockhage Fredk A, carpenter and 

builder, S F, res 765 iSth 
" J Fredk, searcher of records, SF, res 

765 18th 
" Kate E Miss, res 765 18th 
Brockhurst Annie Miss, res 1111 Wesi 
Brockman Hilda Miss, domestic, 1414 

Filbert 
Brode RicharJ, Architectural IronWorks, 

1157 32d, res 1159 32d 
Brodell Wm, barber H Schwarz, res S F 
Broder May Miss, res 963 8th 
Broderick C W, machinist S P Co, res 

Fruitvale 
" Edwa d, driver People's Ex & T Co, 

res 710 Webster 
" Eveline Mis?, student, res 1274 13th 

ave 
" John, mining expert, res 1274 13th 

ave 
" John, driver Penple's Ex & T Co, res 

710 Webster 
" John E, nainter, res 813 Filbert | 

" Nellie Miss, student, res 1274 13th; 
ave I 

" Patrick, laborer, res 813 Filbert j 

" Richard, plumber, res 813 Filbert 
" Thos, car repairer S P Co I 



Broderick Wm B, plumber, res 813 Fil- 
bert 
Brodie Ai/nes L, died Sept 22, 1891 
" Ernest A, clerk S P Co, res 572 12th 
" John C, removed to S F 
Brodien Emma J Mrs, res Mattie ave nr 

Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
Brodt A W, res 772 10th 
" Helen, artist, res 772 10th 
" Lincoln, foreman Niehaus Bros, West 

Berkeley, res 1162 Campbell 
" Wm, employe Cal Door Co, res 1364 

17th 
Brodwick Annr Miss, res Prospect ave 

nr Hopkins, Fruitvale, mail care P 

C Nielsen 
" Chas W, machinist, res Prospect av« 

nr Hopkins, Fruitvale, mail care P 

C Nielsen 
" I^iottie Miss, res Prospect ave nr 

Hopkins, Fruitvale, mail care P C 

Nielsen 
" Wm F, ^jookkeeper, res Prospect ave 

nr Hopkins, Fruitvale, mail care P 

C Nielsen 
Broendt John, employe Over'and House 
Brokamp Benj, tailor, 411 7th, res 

same 
Brokaw E B Mrs. res 940 Filbert 
Broker H, cook, res 19 7th 
Broley Rose, domestic, 531 20th 
Bromley John L, real estate, 864n Broad- 
way, res 483 Meirimac 
" Roscne P, bookkeeper W W Blow, 

res 483 Merrimac 

BROMLEY THOMAS L, clerk police 

court, office City Hall, res 483 Mer- 
limac 
Bromwell A C, conductor S P Co 
" L L, pres Cal Ins Co, S F, res 953 
Madison 
Bronner MattheM' R, bookkeeper R T 

Kennedy & Co, res 654 Sycamore 
Bronson Horace H, car cleaner S P Co, 

res r 55 Center 
BRONSON JAMES C (Fisk & Bronson) 

re.s 1156i 7 th 
" Laura M Mis-, res 12S Center 
" M F, porter P P C Co, res 769 

Willow 
" Russell, res 1156 7th 
Brook Henry, drier Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res E 14th nr 17th ave 
" Henry Jr, dri r Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res E 14th nr 17th ave 
Brook Sarah E Mrs, died Dec 27, 1891 
Brooke Charles (Brooke Painting, Sign 
and Advertising Co, S F) res 1254 
8th 
" Erminie Miss, res 1254 8th 
" Lillian Miss, res 1254 8th 

BROOKLYN BREWERY, Geo T 

Hans manager, SW cor 18th ave 
and E 14th 



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Henry Martin proprietor, 382 E l'2th 
BROOKLYN HOUSE, Joseph Gold- 
stein proprietor, HE cor '22il ave 

and E 12th 
" Investment and Loan Association, 

P F Morehouse se^', 576 E 12th 
" Lodge No :^, A U \V, meets every 

Wednesday evening at Orion Hall, 

555 E 12 th 
" Lodge No. 225, F & A M, meets 

first Tuesday evening in each 

month at 555 E 1 2th 
" Lodge No 32, K of P. meets every 

Thursday evening at 555 E 12th 

BROOKLYN LUMBER YARD, E M 

I>.-rby & Co proprietors, foot of 13th 

BROOKLYN PLANING MILLS CO, 

.S B Abbott president and manager, 

W A Kaowles secretary, NW cor 

E 12th and 15th ave 
" Presbyterian Church, ,Rev E S 

Chapman pastor, SW cor 12th 

ave and E loth 
" Rebekah Lodge No 12, I F, 

F, meets every Monday evening at 

555 E 12th 

BROOKLYN RESTAURANT, H C 

.Johnson proprietor, NW cor 13th 
ave and E 11th 
" Station S P Co, see East Oakland 

Station 
" Tannery, Ct F Crist & Sons proprs, 

NE cor 22d ave and E 12th 
Brooks Catherine Mrs, res 1630 Union 
" Elizabeth L Mrs, res 950 Poplar 
BROOKS FRANK H. cashier Cali- 
fornia Bank and Trust Co, res 1675 
Valley 
" George H, driver Oakland Creatt 
Depot, res 1367 Broadway 
I " J, porter stmr Oakland 
' " James H, cashier Wellman & Peck, 
S F, mail Fruit vale ave, res Cham- 
pion nr School, Fruitvale 
" Lafayette (Hayes & Co) res 1313 12th 

ave 
" M Mrs, lodgings, 561 8th, res 
I same 

I " Margaret Miss, dressmaker, 170 6th, 
I res same 

" Peyton H (Husband & Brooks) res 

1165 Jackson 
" Samuel, laborer S P Co, res 1430 23d 

ave 
" S Harvey (Brooks & Wilkinson) res 

1106 E21.st 
" & Wilkinson (S H Brooks and 
A E Wilkinson) groceries and gen- 
I eral merchandise, SE cor E 14th 

and 11th ave 
" William, wood turner Johnson & 
Sorenson, res 518 15th 



BROOKS WM E, dentist, 1155 Broad- 
way, rm 17, res f5S Frederick 
Brophy Mary Miss, employe Oakland 

Preserving Co, res 2025 Magnolia 
" Nichola'', carpenter P J Brophy, res 

2025 Magnolia 
" Patrick J, contractor and builder, 210 

B, res same 
" Stephen, plumbing, 1144 E 14th, res 

1061 Dennison 
Brorsen Andrew, painter, res Lusk ave 

nr 41st, mail Oakland 
Brosnahau & Barry (C H Brosnahan and 
J H Barry) carriage mfrs, 1360 and 
1362 San Pablo ave 
" Cornelius H (Brosnahan & Barry) res 

665 5th 
Brossmann Catharine Mrs, res 924 Pine 
" Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 924 

Pine 
Brotherhood Locomotive Engineers, Le- 
land St^tnford Division No 283, 
meets Friday evenings in Fidelity 
Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 
" of Locomotive Firemen, meets every 

Tuesday evening at Dania Hall 
" of Painters and Decorators of Amer- 
ica, Union No 131, of Oakland, 
meets every Friday evening at Na- 
tive Sons' Hall, 918 Washington 
" of Piailroad Trainmen, Western 
Shore Lodge No 71, meets Monday 
evenings in Bartlett Hall, NE cor 
7 th and Pine 
Brotherton Thomas H, res 480 22d 
Brott A W, picture agt, res 765 16th 
" Helen Mrs, aitist, res 765 16th 
" Wyntie Miss, res 765 16th 
Brougham John F, res 830 Clay 
Brougher Frederick C, capitalist, res 378 

E 15th 
Broughton Bridget Mrs, res 1669 Pacific 
Biouillet George, electrician, res Grove 

nr 45th, mail N Temescal 
" Joseph, electrician, res Grove nr 

45th, mail N Temescal 
Brower Henry J, gardener JeflFerson 

Park, res 762 6th 
" Jeff P, student, res 1012 7th ave 
" J N Mrs, teacher Cole School, rea 

1035 Union 
" John, res .590 20th 
" R Clinton, dentist, Nevada, res 1035 

Union 
" Thomas J, res 1012 7th ave 
Brown A Mrs, res Sutter bet San Pablo 
ave and Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
" Agnes M Miss, res 1321 6th ave 
BROWN ALBERT. undertaker,466 and 
468 13th, telephone 18, res 1387 
Alice 
" Albert Jr, student, res 1387 Alice 
" Alexander, blacksmith Cal Cotton 
Mills Co, res 609 Valdez, E Oakland 



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I Brown Alice L Mis3,res 525 40th, mail N 
I Temescal 

" Alonz't, mfr mantels, 495 Edwards, 
res '2'24'2 Tel* graph uve 
BROWN ANDREW C, president 

Califoruiau Publishing Co, S F, res 
1317 13th ave 
" Anita B Miss, res 373 4th 
" Annie, domestic P!ast Oakland Hotel 
" Annie F Miss, student, res 2053 Mar- 
ket 
" Arthur, civil engineer S P Co, res 

1031 Filbert 
" Arthur Jr, student U C, res 1031 Fil- 
bert 
" Benj E, res Hotel Albany 
" Bert, tinner Dalziel & Moller, res 

Brush nr 6th 
" Brice, expressman, 9th and Broad- 
way, res 1S49 Chestnut 
" Building, NE cor 10th and 

Washington 
" Catherine Mrs, res 776 7th 
" Charles tailor, res 811)4 Chester 
" Charles L, res ?52 Sycamore 
" Brown Charles P, salesman, res 1258 

E 11th 
" Charles S Mrs, res Hotel Albany 
" C S E, paper hanger W H Siedentopf, 

res 1564 7th 
Broicn Cynthia Mrs, died Feb 9, 1892 
" Daisy Miss, res 974 Center 
" Daniel J, c rpenter, res 1216 Wood 
" David E, student, res 2053 Market 
" David G, baker R W Merrick, res 

829 Clay 
BROWN DUDLEY C (Brown & Mc- 

Kinnon) and member Board of 

Supervisors, res 1061 Clay 
" E Miss, res 1322 10th 
" Edgar F, bookkeeper Grayson, Owen 

& Co. les 276 nth 
" Edmund, res 1267 Brush 
" Edward, laborer, res 2434 Telegraph 

ave, mail N Temescal 
" Edward A, wood and coal, 410 and 

412 9th, res 2429 Piedmont ave 
BROWN E J MRS, proprietor Brown's 

Art Parlors, 1115 Broadway, rm 22, 

res 522 18th 
•' Eliza Mrs, res 1372 10th 
" Eliza P Miss, vocal teacher Oakland 

public schools, res 168 E 15th 
" Ella O Miss, res 1061 Clay 
" Eloise Miss, res 1460 Telegraph ave 
"EM Miss, res 1209 Clay 
" Ernest, engineer Manhattan Engine 

Co F D, res 881 Milton 
" Ernest C, clerk, S F, res 1317 13th 

ave 
" Ernest H, clerk Mrs M A Brown, res 

1706 7th 
" Ethel Miss, saleslady S F, res 1372 

10th 



Brown Ethtl R Miss, res 1317 13th ave 
•' Eugene J, salesman S F, res 522 Hth 
" Everette J, student, res 2053 Market 
" E W, conductor S P Co, res 1772 7th 
" Florence Miss, res 1389 Jackson 
" Francis A. contractor and builder, 

res 1321 6th ave 
" Frank, groceries and fruits, 1454 7th, 

res same 
" Frank, porter P P C Co, res 75S \A"il. 

low 
" Frank, plumber A McKown, re3 776 

E 12th 
" Frank G, painter, res 818 27th 
" George, pressman S F, res 139 Helen 
" George H, driver E H Lenox, res 721 

E 35th 
" George L, mining engineer, res 612 E 

22d 
" Geo L, carpenter, res 2242 Telegraph 

ave 
" G G, porter P P C Co, res 316 Wil- 
low 
" Grace T Miss, candy maker, res 714 

6th ' 

" Gustav, pre ident Con Y & V Wks, 

1372-1376 5th, res SF 
" H A, painter, res Ross House 
" Harry, bartender S F.res 1023 Linden 
" Harry Jr, clerk post office, res 520 

16th 
" Harry M, barber I Washington, res 

Clay and 10th 
" Harvey, stenographer S F, res 968 

Kirkham 
" Harvey S, atty at law S P Co, 

res 1227 Myrtle 
" Henry, carpenter, res Mariposa nr 

Stanford ave, mail Lorin 
" Henry A, machinist S F, res 403 E 

11th 
" Henry C, contractor and builder, res 
514 4!th, mail N Temescal 
BROWN HERBERT F, contractor 
and builder, res 1439 Filbert 
" H Lula Miss, dressmaker, res 814 

Lewis 
" Howard W, cltrk U S Commissary 

Dept S F, res 1 174 E 15th 
Brown James, died May 1, 1892 
" James, res Sutter bet San Pablo ave 
and Adeline, mail Golden Gate I 

" James, rts Galindo Hotel | 

" Jeunes, driver W Long 
" James A (R W GiflFord & Co) res s s 
Buena Vista ave nr Los Angeles, 
mail Golden Gate 
" James C, mining, res 861 MiHon 
" James P, chief clerk law dept S P 

Co, res 769 8th 
" Jasper M, wheelwright J J Williams, 

res 495 25th 
" James C, captain str Transit, res 950 
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Brown Jefferson C, paper hanger, res 761 

4th 
" Jesse, driver Jones & S F Express, 

res NW cor 7th and Clay 
" J J. brakeman S P Co, res 958 Center 
" J M Mrs, dressmaker, res 518 E 12th 
" John, clerk J A Joyce, res Weber 

House 
" John, rancher, res 13'2() 12th | 

'■ John, laborer, res 1716 Pacific 
" John F, seaman, res 738 E 33d 
" John H, carpenter G R & M Co, res 

525 40th, mail N Temescal 
'• John H Rev, pastor African M E 

Zion Church, res 758 5th 
" John K, captain str Oakland, res 

Alameda 
" Jno P, plasterer, res 508 2d 
'• Joseph, res 776 E 12th 
' Joseph E H, salesman S F, res 518 E 

12th 
" Joseph J, carpenter, res 1321 6th ave 
" Joseph W, carpenter S P Co, res 

Cherry ave nr Old County road, Fruit- 
vale, mail same 
" Jose-ph W, painter, res 11 15 16th ave 
" Josephine Mrs, res 1218 Magnolia 
'■ Julius, teacher, res 971 West 
"LA, brakeman S P Co, res West 

Oakland House 
" L D Mrs, dressmaker, res 1 139 E 19th 
" Leland S, clerk E P Vandercook & 

C>, res J 227 Myrtle 
" Leonard D, res 1220 Castro 
" Lizzie Mrs, res 1107 Willow 
" Loretta M Miss, res 1564 9th ave 
" Louisa Mrs, groceries, 671 Adeline, 

res same 
" M, laborer S P Co 
" M Mrs, res 1216 Wood 
" M Miss, res 1322 10th 
" Manuel, laborer, res 919 E 16th 
" Manuel A, blacksmith, res 805 27th 
" Margaret Mrs, res 619 19th 
" Mary, employe C C L Co, res 776 E 

12th 
" Mary Mrs, nurse, res 919 E 16th 
" Mary Miss, res 1372 10th 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 1212 Castro 
" Mary A Mrs, groceries, 1706 7th, res 

same 
" Mary A Mrs, domestic, 1229 Frank- 
lin 
" Mary R Mrs, res 2014 Chestnut 
" Matilda Mrs, res 2053 Market 
" Maud Miss, res 575 25th 
" May K Mi^^.s, stenographer S F, res 

166 E 15th 
BROWN & McKINNON (D C Brown 

and I A McKinnou) merchant 

tailors, 1018 Broadway 
" M J Mrs, electrician, 903^ Wash- 
ington, rt's same i 
" M K, porter P P C Co, res S F I 



Brown MoUie Miss, res 974 Center 
' Morris, expressman, 11th and Wash- 
ington, res 139 Helen 
' Moses P, sec Sumner Tanning 

Co S F, res 1120 West 
' Nathan, pr^pr Hotel Brown, 765 

Willow, res same 
' Nellie Miss, nurse Fabiola Hospital, 

res same 
' Newton, porter P P C Co, res 807 

Market 
' Orsen D, police officer (city) res 1439 

Filbert 
' Oscar, cook R W Me rick, res 6th 

and Clay 
' Oscar E, clerk Dr Franz Kuckein, res 

Alameda 
' Oscar E, carjienter, res 1740 Filbert 
' Otis, engineer Hotel Crellin, res 

same 
' Ralph, representative Simmons Hard- 
ware Co, St Louis, res 1109 Alice 
' Richard (Aitken & Brown) res 809 

13th 
' Robert J carpenter, res 872 Lydia 
' Robert M, switchman S P Co, res 

814 16th 
' Roland G, stockbroker, S F, res 1389 

Jackson 
' Rose Mrs, artist, res 522 18th 
Brown Rosetta M JIrs, died May 15, 1892 
' Russell, student, res 2429 Piedmont 

' S Miss, res 1322 10th 

' Samuel, teamster E J Bates, res 

451 B 
' Samuel C, atty at law, res 575 25th 
' Sarah Miss, glove maker M W Hod- 
kins, res 1372 10th 
* S J, paper hanger F G Galindo & Co, 

res 472 8th 
' Susie Miss, student, res 1120 West 
' Thos, res 45th bet San Pablo ave and 

Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
'' Thos D, carpenter Burnham-Stande- 

ford Co, res 1216 Adeline 
' Thos F, foreman Mann & Mole, rea 

316 3d 
' Thos H, employe S P Co, res 1678 

Sth 
' Thorwald, furniture finisher, S F, rea 

1 39 Helen 
' Tillie E Miss, res 2053 Market 
' W Mrs, res 1322 10th 
' W Mrs, res 1251 27th ave, Fruitvale, 

mail same 
' W A. waiter P P CCo, res 812 Brush 
' Walter, clerk, S F, res 1317 13th ave 
' Walter, cook G F Calberg, res Union 

Hotel 
' W G, conductor S P Co, res West 

Oakland House 
' Wm, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, 

rea 1444 Adeline 



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Browti Wm, paioter, res 423 '2d 

" Wm H, miniii!^ engineer, res 525 
40tb, mail N Temescal 

" Wm M, physician and surgeon, 854^ 
Broadway, res 974 Center 

" Wm M Jr, machinist, res 974 C^enter 

" Wm Z. watchman S P Co, res 814 
Lewis 

" Willis M, clerk, res 865 Filbert 
BROWN S ART PARLORS, all em- 
broidery materials, art needlework, 
stamping and instructions given, 
Airs E J Brown, 1115 Broadway, 
rm22 
Browne Chas, salesman J A Joyce, res 
612 12th 

" Christopher W, clerk, res 1015 6th 
ave 

" Effie Miss, res lrt]5 6th ave 

" Evelyn Miss, res 977 E 28th 

" Fredk D, civil engineer, S F, res 977 
E 28th 

" Gusttvus R, clerk, S F, res 1016 6th 
ave 

" Jacob L, asst cashier Wells, Fargo 
& Co's Bank, S F, res Galindo Hotel 

" Jas, janitor Brooklyn Presbyterian 
Church, res 1524 11th ave 

" Jas A, asst mailing clerk post office, 
res 815 2l8t 

" Jennie Miss, student, res Cherry ave 
nr Old County road, Fruitvale, mail 
same 

" Jos, teamster, res 22d ave and E 19th 

" Lucy M Miss, res 470 Edwards 

" Philo D, notary public and convey- 
ancer, 458 9th, res 977 E 28th, 
Highland Park 

" Spencer C, real estate, S F, res 470 

Edwards 
Brow^nell Abner, bartender E H Camp- 
bell, res 1366 Brush 

" A C, conductor S P Co, res 1687 7tb 

"DC, commercial traveler, res 667 
15th 

" E A V Mrs, physician, res 658 2 1st 

" Hosf^a M, salesman R J Beeby, res 

658 21st 
Browning Geo W^, brakeman S P Co, re» 
913 Kirkham 

" Maggie Mrs, res n s 44th nr Telegraph 
ave, ma'l N Temescal 

" Wm, conductor J Cable R Co, res 
574 22d j 

Browser Gustave, carpenter, res Tele- 
graph nr Sutter, mail X Temescal 
Bruce Emma L Miss, res 1369 8th 

" Geo A, fireman S P Co, res 881 Pine' 

" Henry, asst foreman shipyard S P Co, I 
res 1369 8th I 

•' John, driver P E O'Hair, res'567 E 
12th " I 

" John R, carpenter Patrick Maloney, 
res 1653 7th ! 



Bruce John W, groceries ainl fruits, 1117 

13th ave, res 776 i E 12th 
" Mary R Mrs, res 881 Pine 
BRUCE SAMUEL J, manager Kohler 
& Chase, 1013 Broadway, res 826 
19th 
" Susan C Mrs, res 527 Hobart 
" Walter D, engineer S P Co, res 1072 

(-'ampbell 
BRUECK WM A, Homeopathic Phar- 
macy, 956 Broadway, res 1415 10th 
Bruenn Adolph, music store, 1073 Broad- 
way, res 710 25th 
" Adolph, physician, 970 14th, res 

same 
" H U, music teacher, res 970 14th 
Brumtield Geo, res 1 380 Broadway 
Bruml R Mrs, res 533 ]8th 
Brummond Wm, gardener Mt V Cem 
Brunelle Onesine, teamster Remillard 
Brick Co, res 659 Clay IT^S^ 

Bruner Fredk, waiter EurekalHoiel, res 

same 
" Otto, gripman, S F. res 654 Myrtle 
Brun'g Max, clerk H Peterson, res 1700 

8th 
Bruning Annie Mrs, res 1400 11th r^^ 
" Fabieu H, wholesale confectioner, 

483 7th, res 1030 Myrtle 
" John H, confectioner, res >"62 Henry 
Brunje Bernhar 1, clerk J A Brunje, res 

1647 Broadway 
BRUNJE JOHN A, groceries, provis- 
ions and laundry supplies, 1647 
Broadway, res 1645 Broadway 
Brunjes Adela Miss, res 768 E 14th 
" David, res 768 E 14th 
" Fredk, janitor Garfield School, res 

768 E 14th 
" Fredk J, res 768 E 14th 
Brunker F G, cigars and tobacco, 628 

E 12tb, res 1323 12th ave 
Brunker Sarah J Miss, res \'6'iZ 12th ave 
" Tillie Miss, res 1323 12th ave 
Brunner Lena Miss, res 753 Brush 
Bruno Giacomo, blaster Pav Co, res 
1st ave nr Avon, mail N Temescal 
" J, quarry man O Pav Co, res Temes- 
cal 
" S, quarryman Pav Co, res with 

P Martiuo, Temescal 
Bruns Augusta Miss, res Commercial 

Union Hotel, mail Emeryville 
" Diedrich, propr Commercial Union 
Hotel, Park ave nr Emery Station, 
res same, mail Emeryville 
" Donna, miller, res 1113 Adeline 
" Wm, laborer Judson Manufacturing 
Co, res Commercial Union Hotel, 
mail Emeryville 
Brunson Horace W, teamster, res 936 

36th, mail Oakland 
Brunssen Bernhard C, cook J Soufifraine, 
res 1351 Telegraph ave 





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Brunstead John, teamster Pav Co, res 

BRUNSWICK HOTEL, Mrs Annie 
Uinds proprietor, NW cor 9th and 

Wasbin'jton, res same i 

Brunton J G Mrs. res 1373 6th ave 
Br use Christian, sec Con Y & V Wks, 

1372-1376 5th, res S F 
Bruseau Jos, teamster, res Whitmore 

and McAdam 
" Simon, teamster, res Whitmore and 

McAdam 
" Wm, teamster, res Whitmore and 

McAdam 
Brusie Anna M Mrs, res 1570 Telegraph 

ave 
Brustgrun Anna H Miss, res 2034 Broad- 
way 
" Fredk, res 2034 Broadway 
Bruton Thos J, nurse Oakland Hospital 

and Hotel lor Invalids, res same 
Bryan Archibald C, carpenter and 

builder, res 220 HoUis 
" John, laborer, res 1379 ISth 
" John J, real estate, res 627 14th 
" Jos F, pamter, res 1379 12th 
" Lizzie Miss, res 680 18th 
" Mamie Miss, res 1379 12th 
" PaUrick, res 1379 12th 
" Wm, eii'ploye C C L Co, res same 
Bryant Fr dk J, asst janitor Franklin 

School, rps 1016 10th ave 
" George, janitor Franklin School. 

res 1016 10th 
" George H, vice pres Cal Jute 

Mills Co, 3d ave and E 10th, res S F 
" John, bartender W A Gardner, res 

1674 Chase 
" John, ship joiner S P Co, res 833 

Peralta 
" Mabel, student, res 45th and 

Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Martha M Mrs, res 1674 Chase 
" Moses, brikemau S P Co, res 1687 

7th 
" N Blanche Miss, rss 1257 Sth 
*' Robert, plumber, res 1016 10th ave 
" S A, painter SP Co 
" Walter E, res 1260 Franklin 
" Wm H, engineer S P Co, res 1257 Sth 
Bryden Arthur A. bookkeeper Cal Cot- 
ton Mills Co, res 613 9th 
" Maggie F Miss, res 1234 E 21st 
" Silas W, compositor 7'/n'6u«e, res 1234 

E 2l8t 
Brydges Harry W, conductor S P Co, 

res Galindo Hotel 
" see aUi9 Bridtjes 
Bryson C R A, bonkkeeper Whittier, 

Fuller & Co, res Merritt House 
Buchanan Alexander, conductor S P Co, 

res 559 E 1 7th 
" Elijah M, mechanic, res n s Temescal 

ave, mail N Temescal I 



Buchaneri Mansweto, gardener Judge J 
Garber, res s s C-lumbus ave nr 
Broadway, mail N Temescal 
Bucher Belle Z Mrs, res 768 4th 
" Marie Miss, res 1659 WiUinm 
" Theodore, butcher J May, res 1223 

7th 
Buchi Jacques, li*^hographer, res n s 
Snyder ave nr San Pablo ave, mail 
Golden Gate 
Buchman Harris, new and second hand 

goods. 817 Broadway, res same 
Buck Addison A, carpenter, res 1227 E 

22d 
" Anna G Miss, dressmaker, res 1227 

E 22d 
" Anna M Miss, student, res 929 Ade- 
line 
" C P H, real estate, junction Pleasant 
Valley road and Oakland ave, res 
Lincoln Tract, Pi. dmont 
"EM Mrs, lef. 545 36th 
" Emma L Miss, res 929 Adeline 
" Fred, cigar maker H Gloj . res 739 

Myrtle 
" Harry, res 1227 E 22d 
" L W, State horticultural commis- 
sioner, res 929 Adeline 
Buckbee Martin, laborers P Co, res 218 

Ettie 
Buckel C Annette Miss, physician, 9:2 

14tb, res same 
Buckelew J B Mrs, res 700 34th 
Buckemier Max, meat cutter M M 
Samson & Co, res S W cor 1 1 th and 
Washington 
Buckeye Livery Stable, Christian W 

Weinburg propr, 1386 Broadway 
Buckhout Adna H, cement and brick 

work, res 618 16th 
Buckingham LED Mrs, employment 

office, 855 Clay, res same 
" Robert H, shoemaker, S F, res 655 

Clay 
Bucklaud W 0, physician, 1370 Frank- 
lin, res same 
Buckleton Ernest E, mgr Boston 
Woven Hose and Rubber Co,S F, res 
171 E 14th 
Buckley Agues W Miss, agt S P Co, 
Stock Yards Station, res S F, mail 
Golden Gate 
" Daniel, laborer S P Co 
" Edward, employe S P Co, res 1510 

West 
" Frank, clerk, S F, res 966 Jefferson 
" Hannah Mias, domestic, 1965 Sum- 
mit ' 
" John, clerk J A Joyce, res 530 10th 
" John L, res w s Claremont ave nr 

College ave, mail Lorin 
" Joseph, contractor and builder, 
res cor College ave and Hudson, 
mail N Temescal 



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Buckley Julia, domestic, 829 Oak 
'• see aUo Butklei/ 
Bucklin A ii, carpenter and builder, 

1450 7th, res 1057 Center 
Buck master Daisy E Miss, res lOOS 9th 

ave 
" H irry C, clerk John MassieJr, res 

1008 9th ave 
" Josiua, nurseryman, res 1008 9th 

ave 
" M J Mrs, res 1008 9th ave 
Buokrer Mary Mrs, res 825 ISth 
Budd Thomas, foreman stevedore, S F, 

res 1156 Railroad ave 
Budde Emil F T, 2d officer str .4 lameda, 

res 857 Jackson 
" Mamie Miss, res 1175 Market 
Budima Alise, laborer, res 653 Madison 
Buel F Mrs, res 363 E 12th 
" Rosa M Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 

363 E 12th 
Buel) Allan J Rev, res Nicol ave nr 
Capp ave, Fruitvale, mail Fruitvale 
" David H, contractor and builder, 904 

Market, res same 
" H Mr^ res 1057 E 15th 
' ' see also Boell ' 

Buelna Gertrude R Mrs, res 677 28th 
BUFFALO BREWING CO, Henry 
Braun general agent, 870 Webster 
cor 8th 

BUFFALO GERMAN INSURANCE 

CO (of Buffalo, N Y) Harmon & 

Fenton agents, 958 Broadway 
Buffett Chas C, carriage mfr, 1304 

Broadway, res 2156 Chestnut • 

Bugbee Sumner W. res 146 Lake | 

Bugge Carrie Miss, domestic, 1201 

Alice 
Buhman Peter, carpenter, res Chapman 

bet 23d ave and Park 
Buhsen Dietrich, groceries and liquors, 

1801 7th, res 1802 William 
" House, Mrs Nettie C Milam propr, 

1803 7th 
'• Nicholas D, clerk, res 1802 William 

BUILDERS' EXCHANGE, P A 

Cameron president, H E Jones sec- 
retary, George S Pierce assistant 
secretary, 470 10th 
Buisine Edward, ironer Mme Courbayre, 

res 1425 San Pablo ave 
Bujacich Dominico, employe J J Clecak, 

res 1772 7th 
Buletti R, employe J Slavich, res S F 
Bulkley Kate A Mrs, teacher Field Sem- 
inary, res 541 Albion 
" Milton, clerk, S F. res 541 Albion 
Bull Annie Miss, bookkeeper Log Cabin 

Bakery, res 1019 Kirkham 
" Edwin B. res 1019 Kirkham 
" James M, salesman Knox & Hart, 

res 1019 Kirkham 
'• Mary Mrs, res 1019 Kirkham 



Bull MaryD Miss, teacher Lincoln School, 

res 1259 Webster 
" Richard A, towerman S P Co, res 
1019 Kirkham 
Ballard Pauline Miss, stenographer, S F, 

res 1042 Chester 
Bullen Abby M Mrs, res s s 46th nr 

Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Lester J, brakeman S PCo, res 865 

Willow 
BULLETIN I Evening Daily, S F) R A 
Coleman manager Oakland branch, 
902 Broadway 
Bullock Charles, bookkeeper J C Bui 

lock, res 1626 12th 
" Chas H, car repairer S P Co, res 1728 

13th 
" Ella Miss, res 970 Market 
" Harry, plumber J C Bullock, res 1626 

1 2th 
" Harry C, plumber S PCo, res 1762 

Atlantic 
" Harvey E, investment broker, 465 

9th, res 970 Market 
" John C, plumber, 1686 7th, res 1626 

12th 
" John C Jr, plumber J C Bullock, res 

732 Union 
" Margaret Miss, student, res 1728 

13th 
Bunce Cj'rus V, carpenter, res 537 Jones 
" Horace, carpenter and builder, 
res 1580 Telegraph ave 
Bundy E D Mrs, res 605 10th 
" Mary J Mrs, res OldLidies' Home 
Bunke Henry, barber W C Fletcher, 

res 1780 7th 
Bunker Mary Mrs, res 880 Lydia 
Bunnell Adelina Miss, student, res 1955 

Telegraph ave 
Bunnell Edivin F. died Dec 11, 1891 
" E F Mrs, res 1955 Telegraph ave 
" Geo W, A M, professor Greek lan- 
guage and literature Q C, res 1955 
Telegraph ave 
" Geo W Jr, student, res 1955 Tele- 
graph ave 
Bunbain Thos, blacksmith, S F. res 1778 

Taylor 
Bunyan Katie Miss, domestic, 536 Slst 
Burbank Carrie G Miss, res 1372 Tele- 
graph ave 
" C F Mrs, res 1064 10th 
" Elizabeth H Mrs, artist, 1014 Broad- 
way, rm 51, res same 
" Harriet S Mrs, res 1 372 Telegraph ave 
" Lester, clerk, S F, res 838 14th 
" Mary F Miss, res 1064 10th 
" Saml F, real estate, res 1064 10th 
Burbeck Geo,paying teller Central Bank, 

res 1259 West 
Burchard Leonidas S, physician and 
surgeon, 1155 Broadway, rm 24, res 
318 Durant 



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Burckhalter Chas, ins surve\or, S F, 

and teacher astronomy Oakland 

public schools, res 962 Chester 

" Henry T, salesman Phelan & Fish, 

res 1414 10th 

Burdick Allen C, carpenter, 512 15tb, 

res same 
Burdick A WDr, removed to Fresno, Cal 
" Harry M, bookkeeper, S F, res 524 

45th, mail N Temescal 

"ME Miss, music teacher, res with 

Jas Beebe, w s Telegraph ave, mail 

N Temescal 

Burdick S Powell JJr, died Dec 19, 1891 

Burgan Isaac M Kev, pastor A M E 

Church, res 1162 Market 
Burgaus Chas E, guns, 517 7th, res same 
Burge Susan Mrs, domestic, 484 Ply- 
mouth ave 
Burgelin Annie Miss, res 1112 Market 
BURGELIN LOUIS, proprietor Eureka 

Market, 1112 Market, res same 
" Louis, studeiit, res 1112 Market 
Burger Frank E, letter carrier, res 

Girard House, rm 28 
" Mattie Miss, domestic, 1061 West 
" see aleo Beryer i 

Burgess Frank, shearman Judson Manu- 
facturing Co j 
" Geo, barber Frank Smith, res E 27th 
nr 23d ave, Fruitvale '< 
Burgoa Wm, inmate Industrial Home 

for Adult Blind 
Burgquist LydiaMi8s,res Hyde nrPeralta 
ave, Fruitvale, mail The Globe Tea 
and Grocery Store, 23d ave 
Burgstresser Marcus W, bartender Mrs 
M McConnell, res w s Hollis nr 
Oakland Trotting Park, mail Em- 
eryville 
Burk John, baker New Liberty Bakery, 

res 813 Magnolia 
" Josie Miss, res 1052 E 16th 
" Martin, laborer, res 607 23d ave 
" Mary A Miss, res NW cor 29th and 

West 
" Mary S Mrs, res 1705 San Pablo ave 
" Thos, gardener Mrs A Chabot, res 

NW cor 29th and West 
" Thos, miner, res 1476 5th 
" Thos P, plumber, res NW cor 29th 

and West 
" Wm H, salesman J A Joyce, res 955 

Washington 
Burke Agnes Miss, student, res 1612 

Telegraph ave 
" Annie E Miss, cashier Taft & Pen 

noyer, res 1262 Webster 
" Bernard, groceries, 1989 San Pablo 

ave, res same 
" Bessie Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 
" Chas M, plasterer, res 691 34th 
" Frank, employe S P Co, res 1870 
Atlantic i 



Burke H Mrs, res 1612 Telegraph ave 
" Henry, res barge City of Oakland, 

foot of 6th ave 
" Henry, clerk R W Merrick, res 519 

8th 
" John, saloon, 1601 Adeline, res same 
" Julia Miss, res 707 Filbert 
"^ Lena Miss, dressmaker, res 1612 

Telegraph ave 
" Lula Miss, student, res 691 34th 
" Mamie Miss, student, res 1612 Tele- 
graph ave 
" Mary Miss, res 1601 Adeline 
" Mary A Miss, chambermaid Hotel 

Albany 
" Nellie Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 
" Thos F, clerk Phelan & Fi=h, res 829 

Clay 
" Wm, laborer S P Co, res 822 Magnolia 
' ' Wm J, oar builder Ingler & Atkinson, 

resSF 
Burkhardt Rudolph M, driver W Long, 

»es 1772 7th 
Burks C Fred, res Juanita Hotel 
Burley Dudley, carpenter, res 1787 7th 
" Edward, commercial traveler, S F, 

res 1324 7th ave 
" Florence M Miss, decorative art 

teacher, S F, res 13J4 7th ave 
" Margaret J Miss, res 1368 13th ave 
" Robt, jeweler, S F, res 1368 13th 

ave 
Burlington House, Mrs E F Owen propr, 

1782i 7th 
Burmaester Ida L, res 1366 9th ave 
Burnett Chas J. porter P P C Co, res 

90S Washington 
Burnett Cinderila, died Sept 12, 1891 
" M, porter P P-C Co, res 860 Bay 
" M A Mrs, professional nurse, res 

1794 San Pablo ave 
" Stella Miss, res 1315 12th ave 
" see also Barnett and Berwtt 

BURNETTE DENTAL CO (M V 

Kempe, A M H Uriesser and J E 
Davidson) 855 Washington cor 7th 

" Eugene T, dentist, res 566 E 16th 
Buriiham A M, removed to Livermore, 
Cal 

" Andrew E, res n s Linden lane, mail 
N Temescal 

" Chas F, res 1705 Broadway 

" Gertie Miss, bookkeeper Burnham & 
Salzer, res 809 12th 

" John H (Burnham & Salztr) res 809 

12th 
BURNHAM LEE C. manager Gurney 
Hefrigerating and Milling Co, 654 
Washington, res 1017 Madison 

" Nellie Mrs, res 1605 5th 
BURNHAM H (Guruey Refrigerat- 
ing and Milling Co) res 1017 Madi- 
son 

" R W, res 1161 Market 



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Buroham & Salzer (J H Burnham and L 
A S Salzer) groceries, NE cor 14th 
and Market 

" Standeford Co, D W Standeford pres, 
E R Hundley vice pres, A T Bus- 
well sec, proprs Oakland Planing 
Mills, Washington bet 1st and 2d 

" Walter W, carpenter Tt R & M Co, 
res 1160 Union 

Burnight Joel M, carpenter 8 P Co, res 
618 Kennedy 

Burnley Chas, employe C C L Ci,ressame 

Burnop Wm M, note teller First Na- 
tional Bank of Oakland, res 1214' 
12th ave j 

Bnms Agnes, domestic, 666 Valdez, i 
E Oakland 

" B J, blacksmith J Devest, res 724J 
Center 

" Emn^a Miss, saleslady, S F, res 728! 
Linden [ 

" E P F, painter McGovern, Cahill & 
Co, res Ross House 

" Francis N T, clerk Jas Wallace, res 
569 10th 

" Frank, hostler P E O'Hair, res 567 
E 12th 

" Gaty A, clerk, S F, res e s J 2th nr 
Powell, mail Golden Gate 

" Geo, laborer, res 728 Linden 

" Henry, teamster, S F, res Central 
ave nr railroad track, mail Golden 
Gate 

" H G, bookkeeper, S F, res 752 16th 

" Hillary R, porter S P Co, res 220 5th 

" Howard, arcnitect, 1155 Broadway, 
rms 37 and 38, res 225S San Pablo ave 

" J A Miss, dressmaker, res 650 E 14th 

** Jas W, painter, res 1837 7th 

" J C, saloon, S F, res 2155 Grove 

" John, plumber J G Poorman j 

" John, carpenter mill S P Co j 

" Lillie E Miss, clerk T R Burns, res 
569 10th 

" Mary M'ss, res 524 31st 

" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 120 
Helen 

" Michael, trackman S P Co, res 421 B 

" Nellie Miss, res 72S Linden 

" Nellie M Miss, nurse, 1074 12th, res 
same 

" Patrick, fireman S P Co, res 120 
Helen 

" Peter, hostler, S F, res 1065 Peralta 

" Sarah Mrs, res 728 Linden 

" Thomas, laborer S P Co, res 120 
Helen 

" Thos M, physician, 1220 Castro, 
res same 
BURNS THOMAS R, employment 
office, male and female, 862 Broad- 
way, res 569 10th 

" Walter, sawyer Eagle Box and 
Manufacturing Co, res 1011 3d 



Burns Wm, compositor Times,Tes 728 Liu- 
den 

BURNS* EMPLOYMENT OFFICF- 

male and female help, T R Burus 

proprietor, 862 Broadway 
Buruside JohnL,clerk,SF,res 1215 F.22d 
Buraton Ruth Mrs, res 1951 Myrtle 
Burpee Jos S, contractor and builder, res 

710 18th 
BURPEE LESTER G, cashier First 

National Bank of Oakland, NE cor 

Broadway and 10th, res 665 IStli 
Burrage John, buggy washer, res 657 

Myrtle, rear 
" W, iron worker Judson Manufi.ctur- 

ing Ci«, res 243 Ettie 
Burrall Belle Miss, res 614 16th 
" Jessie E Miss, teacher Noith Tenies- 

cal Public School, res 614 16th 
" Lucia Miss, stenographer, S F, res 

614 16th 
" Millie L Miss, artist, res 614 16th 
" S A Mrs, res 614 16th 
" Will If, died June 22, 1892 
Burrell A, painter, res 718 7th 
" Albert W. r s 318 3d 
" Alfred W, pres Cal Biidge Co, S 

F, res 2214 Telegraph ave 
" Bert H, with Cal Bridge Co, S F, r^s 

1303 Market 
" Henry H, supt Cal Bridge Co, S F, 

res 1303 Market 
" Philomela T Mrs, res '2)2 Webster 
" Ray, student, ie3 2214 Te!eari<ph ave 
Burrill E F, teaclier Oakland High 

School, res 576 Jones 
Burroughs Mertie, teacher Cluv.-oii 

School, res 1162 Washington 
" Sadie Mrs, dressmaker, 529 17th, res 

same 
Burrows David A, brakeman S P Co, re» 

1066 12th ave 
" Mary L Mrs, professional nurse, r^.s 

878 Lydia 
" Myrd Miss, emi L^yeP P Pub Co, r» s 

708 11th 
Burrus Georgia Miss, teacher P;icitii- 

Bible School, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Purson A Mrs, res 1350 Market 
" Adelia A Mrs, res 846 17th 
Burt Fred L, foreman carpenter S P Cc 

res 992 WDlow 
" James, res 992 Willow 

BURTCHAELL & CROWLEY ('^ i 

Burtchaell and D Crowley) plumbeis 
and gasfitters, 1243 Broadway 

BURTCHAELL GBORGE T (Burt 

chaell & Crowley) res 2442 Broad- 
way 
Burton Alma Miss, res 1934 Filbert 
BURTON BEN T, physician and sur- 
geon and proprietor Burton's Phar - 
macy, NE cor 7th and Wood, res 
1520 8th, telephone 730 



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j Burton H Mrs, res 1511 Brush 
' " Lord L, .student, res 1934 Filbert 
" Martlia Mrs, res 57^ 17th 
' M\V Mrs. res l:):U Filbert 
BURTON'S PHARMACY, Ben T Bur- 
ton 2>rv'prietor, NE cor 7th and 
Wood, telephone 730 
Burum H, porter P P Car Co, res S F 
Biirwell Charles, surveyor, res 518 Sth 
" Walter .J, conduvtor, res n s 47th nr 
Grove, mail N Teuiescal 
Bur\*ick, see Benoick 
Busby Emma Miss, forelady Fred H 

Busby, S F, res 1613 Taylor 
" Fred H, glove mfr. S F, res 1 112 19th' 
" Lottie Miss, res 1613 Taylor 
" Mary Mrs, res 1013 Taylor 
" Nellie Miss, res 1013 Taylor 
Busch John, car cleaner S P Co 



BUSWELL BLOCK, SE cor Broadway 

and 4th 
'• Daisy Miss, res SW cor 6th ave and 

E 20th 
" E Gerry, clerk Elbridge G Buswell, 

res Buswell Block 

BUSWELL ELBRIDGE G, manu- 

facturer mixed paints and colors, 
importer and dealer in paints, oils, 
glass, wall paper, etc, SE cor Broad- 
way and 4th, res Buswell Block 

"ML Mrs, res 8W cjr 6th ave and E 

20th 
Buteau Frank H. driver, res West nr 
39th, mail N Temescal 

" Helen A Mrs, artist, 963 7th, res 
West nr 3yth, mail N Temescal 

" Helen S Miss, res West nr 39th, mail 
N Temescal 



« Bnsh Alfred W, designer, S F, res 1368 BUTEAU SAMUEL H, physician and 



13th ave 

" David C. butcher, res 1162 Washing- 
ton 
" Dora Mrs, res 362 10th 
" Edwin D, commission merchant, S F, 

res 966 Madis' n 
" Edward T. res 726 15th 
" ('60, waiter P P Car Co, res S F 
" Ge.i F, barteLder J W Ballard, res 

362 lOth 
" Henry, laborer, res 260 2d 
" Henry C, agt, .S F, res 1126 Myrtle 
" H J Mrs, propr Sunnyside House, w 

s Harrison bet 12th and 13th, res 

same 
" see aUo Boush 
Bushel! PMward A, real estate, 1249 

Broadway, res same 



surgeon, liours 10 to 11, 1 to 3 and 
7 to 8, 1155 Broadway, rms 9 and 
10, res same, telephone 840 
Butey Frank, laborer, res 230 2d 
" Jus, laborer, res 230 2d 
Butiu Mary Mrs, res 192S Filbert 
Butler A'iraham L, porter P P Car Co, 

res 1461 Broadway 
" Alice Miss, bookkeeper T C Emery, 

res 579 20th 
" A X, seaman, res 952 New 
'■ B A Miss, res 1155 Madison 
" Benjamin F, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1461 Broadway 
" C C Mrs, res 600 17th 
" E Mrs. res 1155 Maaison 
" Fay, res 559 17th 

Florence Mis.s. res 808 JefiFerson 



House (furnished room*) Mrs A R BUTLER FLO YD E ( Butler & Parker) 



Harris propr, 462 12th 
" L Mrs, furnished rooms, 1168 Web- 
ster, res same 

Bushnell W E, captain str Piedmont, res 
S F 

Buss Fred, gardener C W Randall, Pied- 
mont 
" Lester A. car driver H P & F V R R, 

res 672 E llth 
" Mary, died June 23. 1892 

" Rodney A. res 670 E llth 

Bussallino J B, .scavenger. res 1260 Center 

Busse Christian C, barber, 459 12th, res 

1642 Myrtle 
" Wm C, clerk C L Maxwell & Sons, 
res 1642 Myrtle 

Bustamante Fina Miss, res 713 8th 

Bustorf Henry, cabinet maker Burn- 
ham-8tandeford Co. res S F 

Buswell Alexander T. 

ham-Standeford Co. Washington 
bet Ist and 2d, res 150 Hanover ave, 
Rural ta Heights 

" Alice Miss, res SW cor 6th ave and 
E 20 th 



res 1461 Broadway 
Frank M, supt Pacific Bridge Co, S 
F. res 1320 Myrtle 
Henry A. capitalist, res 1110 E 14th 
Jas H, machine hand Pioneer Plan- 
ing Mills, res 111 Heinnah 
John H, porter P P C Co, res 1551 

Brush 
John Sr, died June 22, 1892 
John J, printer, res 317 3d 
Josie ^Iiss, tailoress P Esposito, res 

313 4th 
IrCorinne Miss, res 1461 Broadway 
Ijeona Mrs, res 758^ W^Ulow 
Louisa Mrs, res 2615 Telegraph ave, 

mail N Temescal 
Martha Mrs, res 1461 Broadway 
Mary Miss, res Gregory Block, rm 
19 
Burn- BUTLER & PARKER (Floyd E But- 
ler aud Edward M Parker) cigars 
and tobacco, 1708 7th 
Patrick, driver, res 40th nr Evoy ave, 

mail Oakland 
Patrick C, laborer, res 920 Kirkham 



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Butler Patr ck T, cooper Oakland Cooper- Byrne Jos W, driver People's Ex & T 
aoe, res 313 4th , Co, res 419J 10th 



" Thos, carpenter Herbert Jones, res 

568 15th 
" Walter A, clerk, S F, rea 1461 Broad- 
way 
Butt Peter, groceries, 2216 San Pablo 
ave, res 2220 .San Pablo ave 



M, res 828 Grove 

Mary Miss, domestic, 1102 10th 

Matthew J Mrs, res 853 Castro 

M M Miss, typewriter W W Blow, 

res Berkeley 
Sarah Miss, nurse, 1263 Harrison 



" Thos. longshoreman, S F, res 1158 Byi-nes John, employe C C L Co, rts 

Railroad ave, E Oakland J same 

Butte Maggie Miss, res Pardee House " John C, wines and liquors, S F, res 
Butterfield Rodney, shoemaker H F 2155 Grove 

Cornwall, res 216 5th " Mary Miss, res 724 Lewis 

Butterick's Dress Patterns, Taft & Pen- Byrns John B, machinist helper S P Co, 



noyer agts, 1163-1167 Broadway 
Butters W M, stenographer, res 566 16th 
Buttlar Chas J R, mgr Everts & Co, 425 

nth, res 940 Adeline 
Buttler Addie Miss, domestic, 1470 8th | 
" Lydia Mrs, res 914 28th 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 104 E 15th 
Buttner John C, bookkeeper Jeffress, Byron Zachariah, laborer, res St Louis 

Mitchell & Tutt, res 864 20th House 

Button C G, clerk L Braut, res 535 16th Byrons Jos E, clerk L Jurgens, res 845 
BUTTON FRED L, attorney at law Broadway 

and notary public, 969 Broadway, Byxbee Eda Miss, res Fruit vale ave nr 



res 1813 Goss 
John E, fireman S P Co, res 1813 
Goss 
Robt K, cigar maker Oakland Co- 
operative Cigar Co, res 1813 Goss 
Byrod Sarah B Mrs, teacher Clawson 
School, res 817 20th 



rm 34. res 568 34th 
BUTTON JULIA F, physician. 1055 

Washington, rm 11, res 660 14th 
" Orando, res 690 35th 
Buttrick Geo H, res 417 10th 
Buzzallino Giovanni, laborer, res n s 

Powell nr 5th, mail Golden Gate 
Buzzo B H, fireman S P Co, res 722 Pe- 

ralta 
Byers Wm F, brakeman S P Co, res 864 q 

Campbell I 

Byington Fred F, solicitor P P Pub Co, I Cabanis N J Miss, res 325 Ulh 

res 1519 Brush Cable Bertie M Mi.ss, res 461 22d 



School, mail same 
Ella F Miss, res 1329 19th ave 
Howard, student, res Fruitvale are 

nr School, mail same 
John F, lumber dealer, S F, res 1329 

19th ave 
Robt G, pres Navarro Mill Co, S F, 

res Fruitvale ave nr School, mail 

same 



BYINQTON J S, agent Commercial 
Alliance Life Insurance Co,220 San- 
some, S F. res 709 10th , 

Byler Alexander, clerk C A Scott, res 
1182 E 19th ' 



Emma E Miss, res 461 22d 
Lillie R Miss, res 461 22d 
Saml, blacksmith Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res 461 22d 
Saml G, clerk D Magnes, res 461 22d 



" John E, salesman Everson, Walker Cabral Antonio, employe S P Co, res 

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& Smith, res Alameda 
" Tyra A, marine engineer, res 1182 E 

19th 
Bynom Martha Miss, housekeeper, res 

834 Isabella 
Byrd Jos L, barber, res 724 Center 
Byrn R Mrs, res NW cor E 27th and 

24th ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
Byrne Bridget, domestic, 278 E 11th 
BYRNE JAMES D (Downes & Byme) 

res Winsor Hotel 
" John E, res 1721 Seward 
" John J, raftsman .S P Co, res 824 

Kirkham 
" JosF Rev, asst pastor St Francis de 
Sales Catholic Church, res 590 Ho- 
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" Antonio J, tanner Stuart Bros, res 

710 33d 
'* G, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, 

res 960 New 
" Jacinto, laborer S P Co, res 715 

Lewis, rear 
" John, employe Cal Jute Mills, res 

960 New 
" Manuel, employe S P Co, res 715 

Lewis, rear 
Caccia Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 494 

25th 
" Arnold, well borer, res 494 25th 
" Lillie Miss, dressmaker, res 494 25th 
" Wm B, machini.st Oakland Iron 



Works, res 494 25th 
Jos P, bookkeeper J A Joyce, res 853 Cadet Glee Club, Ray Gilson pres, 1157 
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CADMAN JOflN 0, secretary Home 
Benetit Life Ass ciation. S F, res e s 
Vernon ave, V^ernon Heights 

Cailogan Jas J, res ^20 Filbert 

" John H, clerk, S F, res 920 Filbert 

" Mary G Miss, res 920 Filbert 

" P J.'bookkeeper, S F, res 3456 Broad- 
way 

" \^ m, res H14 8th ave 

Cady Danl, empl ye S P Co, res LSI 3 
Campbell 

" W H, brakeman S P Co, res 940 Per- 
alta 

Caffrey Jas P (Caffrey & Reilly) res 753 
7th 

" & Reilly I'Jas P Caffrey and Jasi 
Reilly) groceries and liquors, 751 
7th 

Caffyn Susan E Mrs, died Feb 5, 1892 
Caflisch Leonhard, confectioDer Fox & 

Walker, res 1020 24th 
Cahen Agust, agt, S F, res 1627 19th 
ave 

" Geo. res 1627 19th ave 
Cahill Anna L Miss, res 1617 Myrtle 

" B Mrs, res 716 Market 

" Christopher J, res 566 6;h 

" Christopher J, paper hanger, res Tay- 
lor nr Nicol ave, Fruitvale, mail 
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" Dt^nnis, employe Cal Box Co, res 1016 
oth I 

" Edu'ard, laborer St Mary's Cemetery 
CAHILL EDWARD F, editor Oakland 
Diuhj Tribune, res J 006 I4th 

" Harr}' D, sawyer, res 1016 5th 
CAHILL JAMES, president MeGovern, 
Cahill & Co, 1058 and 1060 Broad- 
way, res 1617 Myrtle 

" Jos, lather, res 410 10th 

" M A Mrs, fancy goods, 1115 Broad- 
way, res same 

" Maagie Miss, employe F H Bruning, 
res 118 Hannah 

" Mary Mrs, res 753 Market 

" Patrick (Cahill & Hall, 8 F) res Sut- 
ter bet San Pablo ave and Adeline, 
mail Golden Gate 

" Patrick, watchman S P Co, res 1016 
5th 

" Ptter, teamster, res 754 Weston ave, 
mail Oakland 

" Wni, groceries, 118 Hannah, res same 
CAHILL WM J (MeGovern, Cahill & 
Ci>) 1058 and 1060 Broadwav, res 
1617 Myrtle 
CAHOON BENJAMIN E, advertising 
aj,'entS F Chroiiick, Oakland branch, 
907 Broadwav, res 846 Fallon 
Caig David (J thexton & Co) res 1435 
Myrtle 

" Sarah Miss, res 1435 Myrtle i 

Caine Edward P, clerk 0<ikland Hoinel 

Ins Co, res 1359 Brush j 



Caine James E, carpenter W T Veitch & 

Bro, rcs 1359 Brush 
' ' set also Kane 
Caire Aglae Miss, res NE cor 8th and 

Harrison 
" Arthur J, clerk S F, res NE cor 8th 

and Harris )u 
" Delphine Miss, res NE cor 8th and 

Harrison 
" Frederick F, clerk S F, res NE cor 

8th and Harrison 
" Helen Mis«, res NE cor 8th and Har- 
rison 
" Justinian, hardware S F, res NE cor 

8th and Harrison 
Cairns Elizabeth Mrs, widow, res 1003 

12th 
" Maggie Miss, nurse, 358 E 14th 
Calanthe Temple No 6, P S, meets every 
Tuesday evening at Pythian Castle, 
377 12th 
Calaway James, laborer, res 372 2d 
Calberg Gustav, restaurant, 1074 13th 

ave, res 1116 9th ave 
Calden A, died Aug 16, 1891 
" F, fireman S P Co 
Ca der Hu.-h, teamster, res 1012 E 23d 
Calderwood Oscar S, granite cutter D 
Dwyer, res Glen ave, Glen Echo 
Tract 
" Solomon, machine hand P C L& M 

C , res S F 
Caldwell Charles B, bookbinder P P 

Pub Co. res 1145 19th 
CaUlu-ell Harry C, died March 10, 1892 
" H T Mrs, dressmaker, res 1012 ( lay 
" Irene Miss, res 1012 Clay 
" John C (Caldwell & Nickerson) rea 

816 16th 
" Lafayette, teamster P S L Co, res 
1012 Clay 

CALDWELL & NICKERSON (J C 

Caldwell and G \\ Xickerson) car- 
penters and builders, office and 
shop 1501 Broadway 
" see also ColdweU 

Caledonian Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 
Alex Mc'Jeoch propr. 472 13th 

CALEDONIAN INSURANCE CO, 

Smith & Beckwith agents. 960 

B oadway 
Calhoun John C, comp)sitor Tribune, res 

San Leandro 
" see also Cahoon and Colqnhonn 
California and Nt-vada Railroad, Pacific 

Construction and Improvement Co 

lessee, A M Beal supt, 40th and San 

Pablo ave 

CALIFORNIA BANK AND TRUST 

CO, A (' Henry president, .lacob 
Greenhood vice president, Frank H 
Brooks cashier, 1O06 Broadway 
" Box Co, Reed & Romm< 1 proprs, 
SW cor Filbert and Third 



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California College, Rev Samuel B Morse 
pres, Highland Park 

CALIFORNIA COTTON MILLS CO, 

Geo W Beaver president, John Y 
Millar secretary, Wm Rutherford 
superintendent, 23d ave Station, Vj 

CALIFORNIA DECORATING CO, 

Meece & Adams proprietors, 353 12th 
CALIFORNIA DOOR CO (The) Frank 

A Merguire secretary, A L Smith 

manager, branch 460-464 2d, factory- 

16th and Wood 
" Exchange Bureau (The) Green 

& ('ullom managers, 481 9th 
" Hall, 1015 Clay 

CALIFORNIA IMPROVEMENT CO, 

W H Bailey president, ¥ H .Meyers 
vice president and general manager, 
W M Rank secretary and treasurer, 
1(j03^ Broadway, rm 25, telephone 
724 3 bells 

" Jute Mills Co, L P Drexler 
prts, Geo H Bryant vice pres, L S 
Lissak sec, John Robertson supt, 
factory 3d ave and E J 0th, office S F 

" L'dge'No 1, A O U W, meets 
every Tuesday evening at Fraternity 
Hail, NE cor 7th aHd Peralta 

" Lodge of Hermann's Sons, 
No 2, meets every Thursday even- 
ing at Germania Hall , 
CALIFORNIA MARKET. Charles 
Ziegler proprietor, choice meat?, 
1223 Broadway 

CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND 

TERRA COTTA CO, Serril Wmsor 
propiietor, sewer pipes, chimney | 
pipes, chimney tops, etc, factory E 
12th and Park (23d ave) office NW 
c<ir Kith and Franklin 

CALIFORNIA RAILWAY, E S 

Denison president, F H Meyer 
vi e president and general manager, 
W M Rank secretary and treasurer, 
1003^ Broadway, rm 25, telephone 
724 3 bells 

" Ry Ticket Office, Wm Carrigan agt, 
NE cor Fruitvale ave and Railroad 
ave 

" Restaurant, Hallahan Bros proprs, 
854 Broadway 

" Rose Co, David Hunter mgr, 416 26th 

" Tract and Missionary Society, S N 
Haskell pres, Dan T Jones vice 
pres. Miss Anna L Ingels sec, 
1059 Castro 

" Wagon Jack Co, Dr E R Sill pres, 
DrHG Thomas sec depot 610 E 11th 

CALIFORNIAN ILLUSTRATED 

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by Californian Publishing Co, S F, 
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CALIFORNIAN PUBLISHING CO 

(of S F) publisherd Cali/ornlan Illus- 
trated Maqazine, Oakland office 

463 9th 
Calin Vincent, driver Bayle, Lacoste & 

Co, res s s Folger ave nr Bay, mail 

Golden Gate 
Calkin Everell F, removed to Portland, 

Oregon 
Calkins Charles Mrs, res 765 21st 
" Wm L, bookkeeper Westover & 

Dam, res 1225 14th 
CALL (The) (of S F) R A Coleman man- 
ager, Oakland branch 902 Broadway 
Callaghan Annie Mrs, res 838 29th 
*' Cecelia Mrs, res 716 2d 
Callaghan Jarrns, died Dec 10, 1891 
" James, laborer, res 716 2d 
" Jeremiah, real §state and notary pub- 
lic, 506 7th, res 317 6th 
" John, carpenter, res 2253 Adeline 
" John, gardener J W Girvin, res 

same, mail Lorin 
" John, laboier, res 716 2d 
" John T, carpenter, res 1111 8th 
" Joseph L, traveling salesman, S F, 

res 317 6th 
" Mamie E Miss, stenographer P P C 

Co, res 1 1 1 1 8th 
" Marg rtt A Miss, r^s 1111 8th 
" Martio, res 1612 Maj;nolia 
" Michael, laborer, res Winthrop House 
" Michael, laborer, S F, res 702 Clay 
" Robt (Rolin & Callaghan) I es 11118th 
'• Sarah Miss, res 716 2d 
" Thomas, employe S P Co, res 1637 

Filbert 
" Wm, marine engineer, S F, res 1111 

8th 
Callahan Bridget Mrs, res West and 

William 
" J, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co 
" John, bricklayer Remillard Brick Co, 

res 514 20th 
" Jno, car repairer S P Co, res 368 10th 
" Michael, oropr Parson Block Lodging 

House, 612i E Pith, res same 
" Thomas, bricklayer Remillard Brick 

Co, res William and West 
" Timothy J, cutter, ^ F, res 621 6th 
Callan Charles Y, res J 062 Broadway 
" Ellen Mrs, res 309 6th 
*' Emma Miss, waiter Wintrop House, 

res same 
Callebotta G Mrs, res 1518 Curtis 
" Mamie Miss, hairdresser Mrs L C 

Marvin, res 1518 Curtis 
" Virginia Miss, dressmaking, 1518 

Curtis, res same 
Callender John R, steward, S F, res 

1782 8th 
Calley Elias J, traveling salesman, S F, 

res s s Bayo Vista ave, Linda Vist» 

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res 8 s Bayo Vista ave, Linda Vista 

Terrace 
CaUis-eh Frank E, insurance, res 1009 

Chester 
Calloscino Giovanni, laborer S P Co, res 

690 Market 
Calmes Cynthia Miss, res 954 Brush 
" Lizzie Mrs, ^vido^v, res 954 Brush 
Cnlnan John J, died Oct 29, 1891 
KMrs, res 472 E 11th 



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Cannlloni,& Lagoria (G Camiiloni and L 
W Lagoria) fresh and salt fish, City 
Market, SE cor 12th and Washing- 
ton 

Camozzi Carlo V, Falcon, SE cor Tele- 
graph and Columbus aves, res same, 
mail N Temescal 
" Peter, bartender Wm MuUins, res 
1323 14th 





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Calori Giuseppi, saloon, SW cor San Camp Calvin, clerk Max O Schulze, res 



Pablo and Park aves, res same, mail 
Oakland 

Calou Jean (B Calou & Co) res 1913 

West 
" P & Co (Jean and Peter Calou) res- 
taurant a ad laundry, 1913 West 
" Peter (P Caliu & Co and Oakland 
French Laundry)" res 690 29th 

CALUGRI L (Martin & Co) res 417 
Durant (19th) 

Calvert C C Mrs, res 1213 12th ave 



1175 E 19th 
Chas, carpenter, res 754 Brush 
David W, res 303 E 22d 
James M, Deputy Grand Pvecorder A 

U W, SF, res 1175 E 19th 
Louis, shirt mfr, S F, res 1315 10th 
Maude A W Miss, stenographer, S F, 

res 1175 E 19th 
Max, shirt mfr, S F, res 1313 10th 
Wm C, fruit dealer, res 303 E 23d 
Campana D, res 561 Center 



• Co JNTo 1, res 321 13th 
" Lydia T Miss, res 474 E 14th 



ave 

217 



Mattie E Miss, res 1213 12th ave 
Calvin Harvey D, compositor Morning 

Timts, res 364 10th 
Calvyn Emma G Mrs, bakery and 

notions, 1690 8th, res same 
" James M, res 1690 8th 
Cambet Pierre, French Laundry, 5168th, 

res same 
Cambiasso Andrea, laborer, res Shell 

Mound Station, mail Oakland 
Camblus Frank, res 651 E 14th 
Cambronne M, laborer S P Co 
Camden Ada Miss, res 814 10th 
" Charles, miner, res 814 10th 
Cameron Annie Mrs. res 1062 11th 
" Ashley D, letter carrier, res 

E 17th 
CAMERON DAN F, manager Ala- 
meda County Branch American Gas 
Governor Co, 921 Broadway, rm 12, 
res 618 Broadway 
" Daniel, foreman Broadway Planing 

Mills, res Willson House 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res 949 Filbert ] 

I " Florence Miss, student, res 16651 

Grove 
I " F R Miss, res 666 20th ] 

j " Hugh M, real estate and house 
1 broker, 479 9th, res 663 E 18th 

i " James A, bookkeeper, res 1665 Grove 
' " Margaret Miss, res 1413 Brush 
1 " Nancy N Mrs, res 1413 Brush 

" Peter A, contractor and builder and 
, pres Builders' Exchange, office 470 

1 10th, res 728 18th 

I " S L Mrs, rea 666 20th 

" Trueman, carpenter, res 818 Cypress 
' " see aluo Comron 



Lewis W, driver Chemical Engine Campano John, laborer H B McGowan, 
" res Temescal 

" Pietro, laborer, res 662 My i tie 
Campbell Alexander (Salsbury & Camp- 
bell) res 1677 Valdez off 22d 
" Alexander J, bookkeei^er, S F, res 

1755 12th ave 
" Alexander J, foreman tinner Dalziel 

& MoUer, res 813 20th 
" Andrew, teamster Pav Co, res 

Temescal 
" Annie Mrs, res 318 13th 
" Boyd, res 821 Filbert 
" Bryant D, painter F M Far well & 

Sons, res 671 4th 
'« C Mrs, dressmaking, 1 1 16 Broadway, 

rm 7, res same 1 

" Christopher, laborer, res 1426>^ San 

Pablo ave 
" Cohn, atty at law, S F, res 480 

Orchard ave 
•' Cora E Miss, student, res 682 Syca- 
more 
" Daniel, pres Oakland Co-opera- 
tive Cigar Co, 467 7th, res 371 6th 
" Donald Y, atty at law, S F, res 480 
j Orchard ave 

I " Duncan, carpenter, res NE cor Ade- 

I line and Parsons, mail Golden Gate 

1 " Edward, bartender D Hart, res 841 

30th 

" Edward, laborer Remillard Brick Co, 

rea 469 26th 
" Edw4.rd Jr, carriage maker FC Ham- 
pel, res 467 26th 
" Edward M, janitor Durant School, 
res 842 Isabella 

CAMPBELL EDWIN H, proprietor 

Dirigo, OPS brand whisky my 
specialty, NE cor 11th and Broad- 
way, res 556 16th 



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Campbell E G, jelly maker, res 632 Fil- 
bert 
Fred A, asst city agt Oakland Home 

Ins Co, res 534 32d 
Fred M, statistician State Board of 

Forestry, S F, res 1262 Webster 
Fred N Mrs, mgr Pacific Educational 

Agency, S F, res 1262 Webster 
Geo F, student, res 682 Sycamore 
Gertrude Miss, student, res 1014 

16th 
Gordon, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
Grace Miss, teacher Lincoln School, 

res 1262 Webster 
Harry, plumber Hogan & Cruz, res 

841 30th 
I Mrs, dressmaker, res Willson House 
Ida A Miss, teacher Durant School, 

res 1312 San Pablo ave 
Imogene Mrs, res 1369 E 11th 
J, carpenter S P Co, res J 806 7th 
J, laborer, res 622 Filbert 
J A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1755 12th 

ave I 

James, laborer V L Fortin, res 862j 

Franklin j 

James A, employe Spreckels Bros, Si 

F, res 1321 9th ave j 

Jas F, painter, res 1669^ 8th I 

John, res 467 26th I 

John, clerk, S F, res 1755 12th ave 
John A, tinner Dalziel & Moller, resl 

813i0th I 

John F, farmer, res 1120 12th 
John V, bookkeeper, S F, res 1755 

12th ave 
L D, clerk Chas Nordhorst, res 978 

7th I 

Lyman C, painter.res 1508 Broadway 
M, laborer Remillard Brick Co, res 

659 Clay 
Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 841 

30th 
Marston, civil engineer, S F, res 1213 

Jefferson 

Martha Mrs, res 1718 Filbert ' 

Mary Miss, domestic, 1220 Grove 
Mary M Miss, teacher Grove Street 

School, res 1262 Webster 
Mary S Mrs, res 821 Filbert 
Milton A, machinist, 1221 Franklin 
Minnie Miss, res 732 Linden 
Neil, clerk, res 611 23d ave 
Norman E, carpenter, res 732 Linden 
R Colin, student, res 1014 16th 
Richard 0, sign writer Al Wood & 

Bro, res 1475 5th 
Robert A, res 1014 16th 
Roger, laborer, res 841 30th 
Rose Mrs, res n s 28th bet Grove and 

San Pablo ave 
Sadie M Miss, clerk E Lehnhardt, 

res 533 16th , 



Campbell Susie Miss, dressmaker, res 841 
30th 

" Ward, paper hanger, res 682 Syca- 
more 

" Wm, trackman S P Co 

CAMPBELL'S RESTAURANT, 

Swenson & Co proprietors, 1062 
Washington 
Campi Natalie, groceries, 355 7th, res 

same 
Campion Eugene, liquor merchant, S F, 

res Fairview Tract, Piedmont 

Camron Amy Miss, res Hotel Metropole 

" Wm W, fruit growei', ofi&ce 906 

Broadway, rms 3 and 4, res Hotel 

Metropole 

Canal John, tailor Wm Strathearn, res 

858 Clay 
Canavan Belle W Mrs, res with Judge J 
Garber, end Claremont ave, mail 
Lorin 
" Edward, employe Cal Door Co, res 

1542 Adeline 
" Juliet W Miss, res with Judge J 
Garber, end Claremont ave, mail 
Lorin 
Candida I Mrs, clothing, 1523 7th, res 

same 
Cane Alfred, dentist, S F, res NE cor 
Butler ave and Idaho, Golden Gate, 
mail same 
" Alfred Jr, student, res NE cor Butler 

ave and Idaho, mail Golden Gate 
" Nelly Miss, student, res NE cor But- 
ler ave and Idaho, mail Golden Gate 
Canepa Andrew, res 982 Wood 
" Augusta, res 1509>^ 7th 
" Florence Miss, tailoress, res 1509^ 7th 
" Jacob, laborer, res 982 Wood 
" Rosamond Miss, tailoress, res 15G9j^ 

7th 
Canfield Henry C, carpenter, res 1423 
Myrtle 
" James, teamster, res 1068 32d 
" Robert, driver H White & Co, res 
42d and Market 
Cannan John J, fii-eman str Oakland, res 

661 7th 
CannifF A B, baggageman S P Co 
Canning Block, 1115 Broadway 
Canning James, died March 26, 1892 
" Jane Mrs, widow, res 954 16th 
Cannon Claudia Miss, dressmaker Mrs 

Eva La Van way, res 1216 Clay 
" Edward M, insurance, res 1919 Fil- 
bert 
" Eleanor E Mrs, res 510 6th 
" Emma Miss, teacher music, 1923 Fil- 
bert, res same 
" Eron, photographer, res s s 45th nr 
Grove, mail N Temescal 
CANNON FRED C (Barre & Cannon) 

res 1919 Filbert 
" Hortense Miss, res 1919 Filbert 



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Canaon Marsena, res 813 Madison 
" Richard Dr, res Hotel Crellia 
" Sarah Miss, res 813 Madison 
" Thomas, plumber and gas&tter, 474 

12th, res 763 5th 
Canterbury James H, laborer Judson 
Manufacturing Co, res e s Halleck 
nr Park ave, mail Emeryville 
Cantin Augustus, employe Cotton Bros 

& Co, res 1152 Washington 
Cantino Carlo, employe Alameda Mac 

Co's quarry, res same 
' ' G, employe Alameda Mac Co's quarry, 

res same 
" S, employe Alameda Mac Co's quarry, 
res same 
Cantor John, junk peddler, res 804 Clay 
Cantua Belle Miss, res 864 34th 
" Julian, dairy, 584 36th, res 864 34th 
" Julian Jr, painter, res 864 34tti 
" PasqulaMiss, res 864 34th 
" Thressa Miss, artist, res 864 34th 
Canty Annie Miss, dom stiu, 1271 7th 

ave 
" Annie A Miss, wrapper Lace House, 

res 763 4th 
" Ellen Mrs, res 763 4th 
" Helen F Miss, nurse, res 763 4th 
" James, employe McCleverty & Nob- 

lett, res 1013 William 
" John L, boiler maker, res 763 4th 
" Lottie Miss, clerk H C Cap well, res 

7'>3 4th 
" Mary Mrs, res 1816 William 
" Wm S, res 1877 William 
Capaul C T, bartender L Dresco & Co, 

res 265 9th 
Capdevielle Peter J, waiter Barnum Res- 
taurant, res 1409 15th 

CAPE ANN BAKERY AND DIN- 
ING ROOM, Hugh Hamilton pro- 
prietor, 56y-577 12th 

CAPE ANN BAKERY BRANCH. 

Mrs (Jrace G Davis, 2149 Telegraph 
ave 
Capell Hattie E Miss, res 1171 8th ave 
" Howell P, bookkeijer, S F, res 1171 
8th ave 

CAPELL JAMES R (Capell & Wil- 

lard, res 1171 8th ave 
" Mattie A Miss, music teacher, 1171 
8tli ave, res same 

CAPELL & WILLARD (J R Capell 

and G A Willard) real estate and 
insurance, 1003 Washington 

Capelleti Darnien, waiter C Rondenotti, 
roi NE cor Gr ►ve and 46th, mail N 
Temescal 

Capion Lawrence, laborer, res 662 Wash- 
ington 

Capitan A, quarryman Pav Co, res 
Temescal 

Capitol House, Geo T Lafleche propr, 
552 Broadway 



Capitol Hotel, Gustafson & Chal^ireen 

proprs, SW cor Franklin and 11th 
Caples Catherine Mrs, res 970 3d 
" John, clerk, S F, res 970 3d 
Capor Peter, died ]>ec 5, 1891 
Capps ^Vm, physician and surgeon, 1069 

Broadway, res 8580 20th 
Cap well A B Mrs, res k023 -Summit 
" Chas A, traveling salesman, .S F, res 

1965 Summit 
" Harris C, pres The H C Cap well Co, 

res 531 2(Jth 
" H C Co (The) H C Cap well pres, A S 

Lavenson sec, proprs The Lace 

House, fancy dry goods, 1069 and 

1071 Washington 
" Marion Mis^, student, res 1965 Sum- 
mit 
Carash Joseph, fruit peddler, res 469 4th 
" Moi'ris, clerk W Carash, res 469 4th 
'' Robt, . lerk W Carash, res 469 4th 
" Sadie Miss, res 469 4th 
" Wolf, commission merchant, fruit, 

etc, 1056 Washington, res 469 4th 
Carberry John P, expressman, res 1554 

Telegi-aph ave 
" Thomas, laborer S P Co, res 1772 7th 
Card Albert E, res 1215 Adeline 
" Clark B, employe Kohler & Chase, S 

F, res 1 15 Adeline 
Garden Dorothy C Miss, res 12iO 7th 
" Leander C, carpenter, res 1220 7th 
" Margaret Miss, res 1220 7th 
'" Reta Miss, saleslady C M Carrinoton, 

res 1220 7th 
" W C Mrs, res 1220 7th 
Cardon Louis, wood carver Burnham- 

Standeford Co, res Eureka Hotel 
Cardonico Emanuel, employe C C L Co, 

res same 
Cardoza Antonio, laborer S P Co, res 

733 Henry 
" Antonio, spinner Cal Jute Mills Co 
" John, farmer, res nr Nicol and 

Peralta ave8,Fruitvale,mail stationB 
" Joseph F, laborer, res 811 Peralta 
" Joseph F Jr, laborer, res 811 Peralta 
•• Joseph S, laborer S P Co, res 1706 

William 
" Manuel, farm hand Talcott's Dairy, 

mail box No 153, Oakland 
" Mary Miss, res 811 Peralta 
" Manuel, currier J S Derby, res 1002 

E 22d 
" Pasqual, barber C Koner, res 118 Jef- 
ferson 
Cardy Max, teamster, res Ruedy's Hotel 
Care Thos J (Phillips & Care) res 820 9th 
" Wm, hostler Phillips & Care, res 971 

West 
Carey Alice Miss, res 1360 13th ave 
" Anna Mrs, res 1360 13th ave 
" Chas, laborer Judson Manufacturing 

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Carey Frank J, decorator, res 1360 13th 

ave 
" Helen Miss, res 1360 13th ave [ 

" Jas T, tiorist, res 1300 13th ave | 

" John, died Dec 30, 1891 
" Johu, carpenter, res 1379 Telegraph| 

ave 
" John, laborer, res 1079 E 19th 
'* John J, carpet layer McGovern, Ca-i 

hill (feCo, res 1379 Telegraph ave 
" Jos, butcher Bayle, Lacoste & Co, 

res Bay nr Ualton ave, mail Oakland 
" Margaret Mrs, res 816 Linden 
" Marie Miss, domestic, 326 E 19th 
" Marie Mrs, res 1079 E 19th 
" Sarih Miss, res 1360 13th ave 
" Thomas, bricklayer V L Fortin, res 

481 Plymouth ave 
" Thos, teamster, res 2025 West 
" Wm F, carpet layer McGovern, Ca- 

hill & Co and extraman engine Co 

No 4, res 1360 13th ave [ 

" see also Cai~y 

Carilla Marie Miss, domestic, 764 E 14th' 
Carius Fredk F, salesman Hayes & Co, 

res n s Hallet ave nr Maple, mail 

Golden Gate i 

Carl Chas F, mgr S P Taylor Paper Co,j 

409 4th, res 664 18th j 

" Grace Miss, glove maker, res 1065 

12th ave I 

" J H Mrs, res 1065 12th ave I 

Carlan Patrick, car cleaner S P Co, res 

811 Chester 
Carlen Bernard, inmate Industrial Home 

for Adult Blind 
" Harry T, clerk, res 679 30th 
" Henrietta H Miss, res 780 18th 
" Jessie Miss, typewriter, res 780 18th| 
" John W. bookkeeper, S F, res 780' 

18th I 

" Robt H, clerk, S F, res 780 18th i 

Carleton Alonzo B, shoemaker, res NEj 

cor Powell and 11th, mail Goldeni 

Gate ! 

" Chas Edward, deputy shenff, res W 

Berkeley 
" Geo H, supt fire alarm and police tel- 
egraph, 523 15th, res 536 18th 
CARLETON J A, wood, coal, hay and 

grain, 1302 Broadway, res 1353 Tel- 
egraph ave 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 568 25th 
' ' see also Carlton 
Carley S J Mrs, res 1061 Poplar 
Carlisle Herbert L, job printer, res 1361 

Peralta 
" Minerva Mrs, res 1361 Peralta 
" Nellie Mrs, domestic H N Morse, res 

602 14th 
Carllo Chas, laborer S P Co, res 690 

Market 
Carlon Jas, helper dept mechanic public 

schools, res 405 9th 



Carlos Enrico, employ e Cal Jute Mill 

Co, res 1864 Short 
" John, employes P Co, res 1864 Short 
" Marie Miss, employe Cal Jute Mill 

Co, res J 864 Short 
" Marie Mrs, res 1864 Short 
" Melinda Miss, employe Cal Jute Mill 
Co, res 1864 Short 
Carlsen Fredk F, painter J H Thomas, 

res 1065 E 17th 
" Frithjof A, painter J H Thomas, res 

1065 E 17th 
" L, gardener Mt V Cem 
Carlson Amanda Miss, domestic, 1221 

Myrtle 
" Andrew, res 711^ 5th 
" Andrew P S, driver B & F Ry Co, 

res 1322 E 11th 
" August, carpenter, res 856 Adeline 
" Aymta, died Sept 8, 1891 
" B, carpenter, res 520 5th 
" Carl, laborer, res 472 23d 
" C E, deck hand str Piedmont 
" Conrad, driver A Barstow, res 1714 

Grove 
" Ellen Miss, domestic, 1033 Adeline 
" Hilda Miss, domestic, 947 Linden 
" John C, laborer, res 625 Chestnut 
" John M, dry goods, 612 E 12th, res 

same 
" Matilda Miss, domestic, 966 West 
" Olaf, tailor, 1118 Campbell, res same 
" Oscar R, paimter S P Co, res 1651 

Linden 
" Sophia Miss, domestic, 1211 Clay 
" TinnaMiss, domastic, 1019 Filbert 
" Wm, coremaker Phoenix Foundry, 

res 1091 3d 
" Wm, liborer S P Co, res Alameda 
Carlsson John, mariner, res 145 Hannah 
Carlsten Andrew, carpenter, res 543 

18th 
Carlton A Munson. res Shuey ave nr £ 

27th, Fruitvale 
" Harry P, dentist, S F, res 1395 Har- 
rison 
" Henry P, clerk, S F, res 716 19th 
" Philips, clerk, S F, res 716 19th 
" see also Carleton 
Carman Ambrose S, lumber merchant, S 

F, res 903 Linden 
" Chas, carpenter S P Co, res 948 Pine 
" Frank V, bridge carpenter foreman 

S P Co, res 948 Pine 
" Mary Mrs, res 1555 3d 
" W F, employe Perry & Barber, res 

1457 San Pablo ave 
Carmei Council Y M I, No 127, meets 
every Tuesda}' evening. Fraternal 
Hall (small hall) 1156i Washington 
Carmody Mary Mrs, res 664 6th 
Carneal T D, atty at law, res 720 14th 
Camell Albert, employe Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 1678 8th 



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Carnes Sarah F Miss, teacher music, res 

609 Itith 
Carney Annie, domestic, 612^ E 12th 
" .see also Kearney 

Carnozzi Jos, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
Caro Jules, plaster decorations, 528 8th, 

res same 
Carosso Paul, propr Carosso Observa- 
tory, saloon, etc, Claremont aveand 
Clifton, res same, mail N Temes- 
cal 
Carothers J Thos, station baggage agt S 

P Co, S F, res 1622 8th 
" Lillias G Miss, res 1622 8th 
" Wilbur E, driver, res 1181 E J 5th 
[ " Wm H, res 1181 E 15th 
"see also Carretlters 
Carpaneto Giuseppe (Shell Mound Veg- 
etaule and Produce Co) res Shell 
Mound Station, mail Oakland 
Carpenter Alice Miss, sale-dady Log 

Cabia Bakery, res 1010 28th 
" Blanche Miss, teacher Stoney Brook 

School, res 866 21st 
" Cephas ), carpenter and Vmilder, res 
I 866 21st 

I " Chas, compositor Mornimj Times and 
I extraman Hook and Ladder Co No 1, 

I res 755 Brush 

j " Dexter 8, cashier Goodall, Perkins & 
I Co, S F, res 91 1^ Adeline 

" Dyer A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1014 
I 21st 

" Edith Miss, student, res 570 13th 
'* Edmund P, propr Lake Merritt Boat 
House, 12th and Lake Merritt, res 
same 
CARPENTER EDWARD H, proprie- 
tor Midget Saloon, e s San Pab o 
ave nr Akatraz ave, res w s San 
j Pablo ave opp Alcatraz ave, mail 

Golden Gate 
' " Estelle Miss, student, res 570 13th 
" Frank E, foreman shafting shop Jud- 
son Manufacturing Co, res 1577 San 
Pablo ave, mail Oakland 
" Frederick H, carriage trimmer, 411 
j 13th, res 623 14th 

i " Geo A, conductor S P Co, res 1310 
j 13th ave 

" Hannah \V Mrs, res 1010 28th 
, " Harriet Mrs, res 755 Brush 
" Hugh, inspector S Tel Tel Co, res 

755 P)rush 
" Irene Amelia Miss, res 570 13th 
"J, peddler, res 811 E 21st 
" Jas W, mechanic C C VV Co, res 1309 

Broadway 
" John J, street contractor, 162 5th, 

FCS S3II16 

' " Julius r, died Nov 25, 1891 

" Katie Miss, res 755 Brush 

j " Lizzie Mrs, res 570 13th 

; " Lulu Miss, res 866 21st 



Carpenter Oliver, dentist, 1169 Broad- 
way, rm 3, res 714 14th 

" Oscar, carpenter, res 1720 8th 
CARPENTER TOM, graduated veter- 
inary surgeon and dentist, (>ffice and 
res 59 E 12th, telephone 427 

" Wm C, oyster dealer. City Market, 
SE cor 12th and Washington, res 
312 10th 
Carpenters' Union No 36, meets every 
Monday evening, California Hall, 
1015 Clay 
Carpignano John, shoemaker, 1500 

Broadway, res same 
Carr Geo, waiter Fiege & Tominski, res 
Long Wharf 

" Geo, caipenter, res Crawford ave nr 
Golden Gate ave, mail Golden Gate 

" John M, dairy, Prescott nr Liese 
ave, Fruitvale, res same, mail Sta- 
tion B, E Oakland 

" John S, sewer contractor, 806 Alice, 
res same 

" Levi, miller, S F, res McKee nr Cal 
& Nev E Pi, mail Lorin 

" Levi T, atty at law, res 1501 Tele- 
graph ave 

" Lewis S, laborer, res McKee nr Cal & 
Nev K R, mail Lorin 

" Margaret Mrs, died Dec 24, 1891 

" Mary Miss, res 226 9th 

" Millie Miss, art student, res 376 Du- 
rant 

" Nelson, res 1273 San Pablo ave 

" Thos M (Hoos & Carr) res 212 8th 

" Walter, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co, res Commercial Union 
Hot'l, mail Emeryville 

" Wm L, foreman V L Fortin, res 920 
24th 

" see also Karr 

Carraza John, laborer Judson Manufac- 
turing Co 

" Manuel, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Cr> 
Carrea Antone, laborer, res 1868 Wil- 
liam 

" Antonio J, laborer Samson Ringolsky, 

res 420 Ist 
CaiTel Geo F, removed to S F 
Carrere Jean, groceries and provisions, 
525 23d ave, res same 

" Marie Miss, ironer Union French 
Laundry, res same 

" Peter, laundryman Union French 
Laundry, res same 
Carrethers Wm C, well borer, res Smith 

House 
Carrick Alice Miss, res 1214 Filbert 

" David S, capitalist, res 602 E 15th 

" Frederick A, salesman, S F, res 524 
Simpson ave 

Leona Miss, teacher Garfield School, 
res 602 E 15th 



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Carricl: Wm P, driver Hayes & Co, res 

Golden Gate Hotel, Stock Yards, 

mail Oakland 
Carrigan Wm. ticket agt Cal Ry Co, 

Fruitvale Station, res Galindo Hotel 
Carrington Alice Miss, music teacher, 

res 1409 1 7th ' 

" Carroll M, news stand, 16th st depot* 

S P Co, res 1409 17th 
" John B, commercial traveler, res 

1409 17th i 

Carri'U Chas C, painter S P Co, res 1065 

Washington 
" Frank, teamster, res New Broadway] 

Junction Hotel, mail N Temescal 
" Fred H, baseball player, res 1306| 

Harrison 
" Geo, carpenter W T Veitch & Bio, i 

res 47th bet San Pablo ave and 

Adeline, ma'l Golden Gate ; 

" Geo Jr, piano maker, res 47th betj 

San Pablo ave and Adeline, mailj 

Golden Gate 
" Geo W. engineer S P Co, res 960 

Campbell 
" Grace Miss, res 960 Campbell 
" Hattie M Miss, saleslady A Coplin, 

res 290 12th 
" Jas, employe Oakland Stables, res 

366 8th 
" Jas J, foreman, res 497 25th 
*' John, employe S P Co, res 1712 Sew- 
ard 
" John, laborer, res 1739 Adeline 
" John M, stenographer Wm J Dingee, 

res 933 Poplar 
" Julia E Miss, housekeeper The Ar- 
lington, res same 
" M, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co 
*' Margaret Mrs, groceries and notions, 

359 B, res same 
" Margaret W Mrs, res 564 39th, mail 

Oakland 
" Margaret Mrs, res S W cor E 27th and 

Fruitvale ave, mail same 
'• Martin, res 2452 Grove SE cor 39th, 

mail Oakland | 

" Michael, foreman V L Fortin and! 

extraman Engine Co No 2, res 802 

Franklin 
" M J Mrs, res w s 12th nr Powell, mail 

Golden Gate 
" Patrick, laborer, res 1024 5th | 

" Patrick W, groceries, 2201 Adeline, 

res same 
" Paul, salesman C Isaacs, res 2201 

Adeline 
" Peter J, laborer, res w s 12th nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate ! 

" Thos, res SW cor E 27th and Fruit-' 

vale ave, mail same 
" Thos .J, agt The Emendorf Water 

Closet Apparatus Co, 971 Clay, res 

912 :i5th 



Carroll Wm F, saloon, e s Telegraph ave 

nr Columbus ave, res same, mail N 

Temescal 
CARRUTH & CARRUTH (George R 

and Charles W) ►team printer , book 

and job work, 520 15th 

CARRUTH CHARLES W (Carruth 

& Carruth) les 1914 13th ave 

CARRUTH GEORGE R (Carruth & 

Carruth) res 504 15th 
Carruthers SAW Miss, res 409 12th 
Carson Carrie C Miss, res 1056 25th ave 
" Chas, helper S P Co, res 1824 Wil- 
liam 
" Elizabtth B Mrs, res 1750 Telegraph 

ave 
" Frank, police officer, city, res 1750 

Telegraph ave 
" John, teamster res 1056 25th ave 
" John A, 2d officer str Oakland, res 

SW cor Herzog and Felton, Golden 

Gate 
" John A Mrs, tailoress Joe Lancaster, 

res Golden Gate 
" John L, physician and surgeon, res 

478 J^ 10th 
" Latham, employe Oregon Improve- 
ment Co, S F, res 1032 Chester 
Caitee Albert, machine hand, res 832 

West 
" May B Miss, paper box maker, 

res 832 West 
" WmH, res 832 West 
Carter Albert, collector, 1156 Broadway, 

rm 16, res same 
" Annie Miss, domestic, 216 13th 
" Bertha Miss, student High School, 

res 733 Linden 
" Chas C (Roberts, Green & Carter, S 

F) res Todd bet Paradise and Calais, 

mail Lorin 
" Chas J, master mariner, res 526 E 

15th 
" Clementina Mrs, res 1605 5th 
" G D, conductor S P Co, res 1504 

8th 
" Geo, engineer Bnrnham-Standeford 

Co, res 1509 5th 
" Geo A, mining sec, S F, res 614 15th 
" Geo D, janitor Tompkins School, res 

733 Linden 
" Henry, porter P P C Co, res 765 

Willow 
" Hiel K, fruit buyer Oakland Preserv- 
ing Co res 948 Myrtle 
" Jas, driller O Pav Co 
" Jas J, carpenter, res 1461 5th 
" Jas W, porter P P C Co, res 658 5th 
" John, driver Con P C Co, res 1370 

18th 
" Kate E Mrs, res 614 15th 
" Le.oy T, clerk Oakland Preserving 

Co, res 948 Myrtle 
" Lucy Miss, res 733 Linden 



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School, res 733 Linden 
'• S P, fireman S 1' Co 
" Susan M Mri», res 733 Linden 
" Theda A Miss, dressmaker, res 733 

Linden 
" W E, porter P P C Co. res S F 
•' \Vm. janitor Flood Building, S F, 

res 1S05 5th 
■' Wm J, machiuis', res 1st ave nr 

Summer, mail N Temescal 
■' \\ illis, res 817 Brush 
Cartier Frank, livery stable and sawdust, 

613 Broadway, res G09 Broadway 
Cirtwright Reheoca IJ Mrs, res 771 14th 
Carveillo Mario, laborer, res 1002 E 2*2d 
Carver Lewis M, res lilS E ICth 
■ ary Beaj F, carriage painter J B Red- 
ding, res 1713 San Pablo ave 
" Chas R. driver C L French & Son, 

ns 150-i 7th 
" Frank M, painte-, res 124 4th 
" Ctco B, grainer, res 1S23 William 
" Hugh, teamster, res 837 33d 
" ,las, rcs 1S36^ 7th 
" John L, brakeman S P Co 
" L H Mrs, res 'J16 8th 
'■ Mabel L Miss, dressmaker, res 124 

4th 
" ere aL<o Care;/ 
Casaretto Jas, dealer ia sand and gravel, 

13 ly 7th, res same 
Casavant Alphonse, carpenter, res 863 

28th : 

Casavrang Frmk (Casavrang & Sabatte)' 

res n s N'ernon ave east of College 

a\e, mail < ' iklaud 
" & Sabatte (Frank Casavrang and 

Peter Sabatte, dairy, n s Vernon ave 

east of College ave, mail Oakland 
Caaazza Mary, en j love California Cot- 
ton Mil's C". res Temescal 
" Rnsie, spinner California Cotton 

Mills t'l', res- Temescal 
" Vincenzo, groceries. v46'.l Telegraph 

ave, res same, mail X i emtscal 
Case Alfred F. gen agt Bee, Sacramento. 

res 1408 15 th 
" Alfred J, student, r.'s 140S 15th 
" Cora C Mrs matron Old Ladies' 

Home, Temesc.'il, res same 
Case Eleanor S, died Feb '.M, lSi)2 
" Henry H, musician, res J662 8th 
" Hulda B Mrs, res 020 16th 
" Isham ticket agt S P Co, res 1017 

Webster 
" Jas R, brakeman S P Co, res 1019 

Webster 
" John, contractor and builder, 829 

14th, res same 
" John, gardener, res 1204^^ 14th 
" LiUie A Miss, res 1641 San Pablo ave 
" Lulu Miss, res 1017 Webster 
" M A Miss, res 1418 8th ave j 



Case Mary Mrs, died Nov 18, 18»1 
" Mary Mrs. dressmaker, res Mattie 

ave nr Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
" Purl, macliiaist .Tudson Manufactur- 

iug C^), rds Mattie ave nr Adeline, 

mail <jolden Gate 
" see aUo Kaxe 
Casebolt A F, laborer Cal Pottery & T C 

Co, res A lamella 
Caselli Augustino, farmer, res Peralta 

ave opp Hyde, Fruitvale, mail Oak- 
laud P 
Casey Anna Mrs, dressmaker, res 2306 

San Pablo ave, mail Oakland 
" Annie Miss, res 844 Madison 
" Daniel E, machinist, res 946 34th 
" Jas, saloon, SE cor West aud 39th, 

res same, mail Temescal 
" Jeremiah, harness maker, S F, res 

8 14 Madison 
" John, horseshoer M Casey, res 1808 

(irove 
" John J, lineman E L & M Co, res 

6th nr Franklin 
•' John J, plumber C C W Co, res 804 

Castro 
" Jerry, trackman S P Co, res Shell- 
mound Station 
" Kate A Mrs, res 45th nr Grove, mail 

N Temescal 
" Katie Miss, milliner, res 946 34th 
" Lizzie Mrs, propr New Western Hotel, 

1815 7tb, res same 
" Michael, laborer, jes 956 36th, mail 

Oakland 
*•' M chael, horseshoer, 418 7th, res 

1808 Grove 
" Owen, employe C C L Co, res same 
'* Patrick, Ubi rer S P Co, res NE cor 

Powell and 3d, mail EmeryWlle 
" Theresa Miss, seamstress, res 986 

36th, mail Oakland 
" Thos, trackman S P Co 
" Thos J, saddle miker, res S4t Madi- 
son 
" Wm Jr, U S custom inspector, S F, 

res 220 7th 
Cash Kate Mrs, res 600 E Pith 
Cashen Geo H, waiter P P C Co, res 172 

6th 
CasViiuC K Mrs, res 1407 Uth 
" May, employe C C L Co 
' W (i, special police officer, res 418 B 
'^ Wm, clerk D Jatrels. res 418 B 
CASHMORE GEORGE, wholesale and 

retail ilealer in paints, oils, glass, 

wall paper, 966 Broadway, res 668 

24th 
Casler Victoria Mrs, res 417 2d 
Cason Chas, lather, res Summer, nr San 

Pablo ave, mail Oakland 
Casovia Anton, waiter P Casovia, res 

860 Pine 
" P, restaurant, 1784 7th,res 1782^ 7th 



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Casper Hannah Miss, domestic, 1412 

Castro 
Cass E B. a^t F S Prescott 
Cassa Richard, laborer, res 40th nr West, 

mail N reinescal 
Cassassa Nicholas, labort^r Mt V Cem, 

rea 40th nr West, mail N Xemescal 
Cassazfa John, laborer, r^ n s Linden 

lane nr Broadway, mail N Temescal 
Cassebaam Adolph, caqJet layer Uh 

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Caasell Martin H, capitalist, res 1225 

3d ave 

Caaserly Patrick, blacksmith, Claremont 

ave or Sammer, res same, mail N 

Temescal 

" Patrick, bottle washer Pioneer Soda 

Works, res S vV cor 3d and Madison 

" Peter, laborer, res SW cor 3d and 

Madison 
Cassidy Frank, laborer, res 1710 Atlantic 
" Frank A, employe S P Co, res 223, 

10th 
" Richard, ship carpenter S P Co, res 
1 782 J 7th 
\Vm J, news a gt^jea 2 2^ 10th 



Casson Marie Miss, nurse, 560 E 22d 
Casteil Clareiice W, clerk F M Farw^l 

& Sons, rea 762 Alice 
Caatellanoa Salvador, watchmaker and 
jeweler, 867 Broadway, res 1373 16th 
Caatello, $ee Coa'ello 
Casteria Adelia Mrs, res 659 Jefferson 
" ('has M. boiler maker, res 658 4th 
" Louis A, dynamo man G L & H 

Co, res 659 Jefferson 
Castle Hall, 1212 23d ave 
" Jessie Miss, res 1U9U Adeline 
Castro Agra Misa, res 551 39th, mail N 

Temescal 
" Amelia Miss, rea 1846 Grove 
•' Cdleatine Miss, res 551 39th, mail N 

Temescal 
" Danl, res 551 39th, mail N Temescal 
" Frank, res lt46 Grove 
" Ida Miss, res 551 39th, mail N Tem- 
escal 
" Inez Miss, bakery and confectionery, 

1805 Sao Pablo ave, res same 
" John, laborer, res 1104 Dennison 
" John Jr, clerk, S F, res 1104 Denni- 
son 
" Jose Ramon, res 551 39th, mail N 

Temescal 
" Julia Mi»8, res 1846 Grove 
" Manuel D, employe Cal Jute Mills 

Co, rea 1 104 Dennison 
" Mai^r^liBS, res 1846 Grove 
" Nita Miss, res 1805 San Pablo ave 
Caswell Chaa A, carpenter and builder, 

962 Franklin, rea 768 Lydia 
" Mabel Miss, res 768 Lydia , 
Catanos Virgin, milkman, res 1st are nr 
Summer, mail N Temesc^ 



Caten Frank, employe Ka^le B & M Co, 

res 961 E 14th 
" Manl, laborer, res 961 E 14th 
" Mary, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 961 E Uth 
Cathcart Aleiander T, res 674 E 23d 
CaUirr E D Mrs, removed to San Jose 
" Harry F, clerk J P Girard, res 271 

8tb 
Catholic Cemete r y (^*- Mnry'a) A \t<» 



saac sujit, adjoining Mt V Cem, 

terminus Piedmont ave 

" Knights of America, meets Ist and 3d 

Wednesday evenings each mmth" in 

lecture room, St Francis de Sales 

Church 

" Ladies" Aid»Society No I, meets e^ry 

Tuesday, California Hall, 1015 Clay 

Caton Haitie Mias, dressmaker, r< a 1001 

Webster 
" John, laborer, res 615 6th, rear 
" Manuel, restauran', 1561 San Pablo 

■ ave, res same 
Cattell Catherine A Mias, student, res 

317 E 9th 
-"-.foF-E7^arryr3TTE 0th, res same 
CATTI BATTIBTA (Gmgni & Catti) 

res 1120 Center 
Catton Fredk, clerk, S F, res 485 Pros- 
pect ave , 
" F K, ins, S F, res 485 Prospect ave 
" Walter D, with J W Grace & Co and 
vice consul Chile, S F, rea e s Broad- 
way iir Moss ave 
CATTJSICHM (M Catusich & Co) res 

8-8 Franklin 
CATUSICH M & CO (M Catusich and 
Gregorio Zelich) proprietors Uni- 
versal Restaurant and Oyster House, 
475 7th 
" Marco, waiter M Catusich & Co, res 

319 6th 
" Peter, waiter M Catusicli & Cj, res 

319 6th 
Cauldwell Maria A Mrs, died Jan 10, 

1892 
Cnulfield Albon B, salesman, S F, res 

1443 Myitie 
Cavagn% R, marble polisher Amador 

Marble tfo, res Temescal 
Cavagnaro Antonio, bootblack, NW cor 
9th and Broadway, res 714 Myrtle 
" Thos J, bootblsuik Antonio Cavag- 
naro, res 714 Myrtle 
Cavalry Hall, changed to People's 

Theater 
Cavanagh Edward, sewer contractor, 

1164 12th, res same 
"J, mill hand, res Mattie ave nr Ade- 
line, mail Golden Gate 
" L. fireman str Oakland 
•' Martin, laborer, res 690 27th 
" Wm J, driver S F Sewer Pipe Asso- 
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Cavanaugh Danl, boarding hoaw, NWi ever y Monday evniii^at 11601 7th 
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" Ja«, express driver, res 414 6th 

" John 0, emplbye S P Co, res Charter i 

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" Martin L, removed to Seattle, Wash! 

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Dvright Strong oarator, Library 
fiailding, 1 ttb opp Washins^ton 
Cereghino Aotonio, bootbliick, Washing- 
ton and 7th, res 713 M yrtle 
" KatiB — Mils, employe Cal Cotton 

MUls Co, res 1013 3d 
" L<'Cy Mjfs, employe Cal Cotton 

MilUCo, rerimSSd 
" Luigi, died Dec 5, 1891 
" Mary Mrs, res 1013 3d 
Ceiell Lorenz, bootblack, NW cor 7th 

'and Pine, res Qadar nr 7th 
Cerelli Lorenzo, laborer Cal Door Co, 

res 1847 7th 
Cerini -Srank M, student civil engineer^ 

iog, r«fl 1803 Market 
Chabot A Mrs, res )04 E I5tb 
" Josephine Miss, xes SE oor Madison 
and 11th 



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Cava^so Isadore L, salesman Whittier,! 

Fuller & Co, re« 722 18th 
Cave Marcellus, book ai^t, res 1395 I2th| 
Caverly Mary £ Miss, ttiloress, res 813| 

Center | 

" Orin. clerk S P Co, S F, res 514 Ei 

nth I 

Caviero Jos, laborer, res let ave and, 

Clifton, mail N Teraescal j 

Cavin Thos, laborer S P Co, res NE cor, 

Powell and 3d, mail Emeryville | 
Cavo Aaguatino,msrble cutter DDwyer, I 

res Alameda 
n^d ft'-^'l'^ F . mil, Ht^ w a r Hi r es 

kell nr San Pablo ave, mail Go}(|^a| CHABOT (WSERVATORT, Lafayette 



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Cemetery First Hebrew Congregation of 

Oakland, adjoiniog Mt V Gem, ter- 

miuns Piedmont ave 
C4>nta John, laborer H N Dalton ft Sons 
Centennial Presbyterian Church, Rev 

John Morrison pastor, NE cor E 

17th and 24th ave 
" (The) Mrs P A Blair propr, 524 14th 



Square bet J^efferaon and Grove and 
10th ancHlth 
" R Mrs, res S£ cor Madison and 11th 

CHABOT WOMAN'S HOME, Mrs L 
F McCarty matron, %6 6th, George 
E De Golia secretary, oGBce of Boanl 
of Trustees, 957 Broadway, rm 8 

Chachtele Wm, carpenter, rea Golden 
••ate Hotel, mail Golden Gate 



Center Charlotte F. Miss, teacher Missl Chadboume Chas F, broker, S F, rea 



Horton's .School, res 964 18th 

CEarrER junmoN gash obo- 

mnt- V/RTmrR. Wm Walsh pro- 
prietov4dl3 and 1316 Center and 
1316 and 1318 Peralta 

" Moses S, tinner W G, Hampto^, res 
1758 7th 

' ' «e« alao Senter 

Centini John, shoemaker M Centini, res 
SW oor 5th and Market 

*' Michael, shoemaker, 550 7th, resSWi 

cor 5th and Mar ket 
CENTRAL BANE, V D* Moody pres- 
ident, WQ Palmanteer vice presi-i 
dent, O F Sites cashier. Central} 
Bank Building, NE cor 14th and I 

Broadway ■ 

CENTRAL BANK BXTILDINO. NEl 
cor 14th and Broadway 

" Block, 1068 Broadway | 

" Block (lodging house) Mrs H Bj 
Baker prqpr, 1068 Broadway j 

CENTRAL CARRIAGE WORKS. J; 

E Johnston proprietor, 266 12th 
" Hous«, Mrs J Appley propr, 1735 7th; 
" La£d Co, H B Houghton sec, bOO 

Broadway _ . ' 



Galindo Hotel 
" Chas F Jr, solderer Standard Oil Co, 

res Galindo Hotel 
" Edward W, clerk, S F, res Galindo 

Hotel 
Chagal Nicholas P. rea 1252 Franklin 
Chale Alfonso, longshoreman, res 365 4th 
Chalgreen Otto (Gustafaon & Chalgreen) 

res Capitol Hotel 
Chalmers Annie B Miss, schoolteacher, 

S F, res Kelsey House 
" James, carpenter A W Pattiani & 

Co, rea 1013 30 h 
"'John, stonecutter, res 1013 30th 
" Wm, gardener, res )456 Linden 
*' Wm Jr, carpenter, res 1454 Linden 
Chamberlain Albert F (Tomsky & Cham- 
berlain, S F) rea 1366 Uth 
" Belle Miss, music teacher, res 609 E 

18th 
" Chas E, bookkeeper Oakland Iron 

Wks, res 821 Adeline 
" Chas S, wire cloth mfr, San Diego, 

Cal, res NW cor San Pablo ave and 

45tb mail Oakland 
" Edwin W, architect and builder, S 

F, res 817 Center 



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Ohamber\ain Eagene L, res 609 £ 18th 
" Hairiet L Miss, stenographer^ Cal 

Bridge Co, S F, res 817 Center 
" Henry L, with OverUnd Pub Co, S 

P. res 721 16th 
" Ida W Miss, rea NW oor San Pablo 

ave aid 46tb, mail Oakland 
^' I^llrs, res 277 8th 
•• Mjiryian, res 1370 Brush 
.. " Norri s P, tiavaling ag«ut 7 res 

18th 
•• S G Mrs, res 1425 Franklin 
1 Sila«, millman, rea 821 AdeCne 
" Thomas L, rancher, res 277 8th 
" Wm E Jr, accountant, res 955 Mag- 
nolia 
Chamberlin Henry H, res 1415 9th 
" James T, buyer Chamberlin Co S F, 

res 1201 Old County road fE 16th) 
" May Miss, rea 1415 9th 
" Perronet Q, sexton First M E Church, 

res 616 16th 
" V O, emplove Ames & Detriok, S F, 

res 579 33d 
_'lWiiJ_A»_At^^-at-JftWi^~F,TrBi 95* 

Broadway 
*' Willis P. student, res 616 18th 
OHAMBEBS CLARA P MISS (Mrs 

M H Ober & Cu) res S F 
" Fannie Mrs, res 876 Wood 
" John, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Samu^H A; -teacher Oakland High 

School, res 574 13tfa 
" Thos S, sherifTs keeper, res Linden 

and 6th 
" Wilfred, student civil engineering, 8 

F, res 654 Magnolia 
Cb .mpion A B, mgr estate of J Young, 

961 Washingion, res 1 112 Alice 
"ADA Mrs, res 1112 Alice 
" Albert Cr^oommeroi&l traveler, res 

902 E 2l8t 
"G C, cashier J A Joyce, res 1112 

Alice 
" J osiah, mining, res 1291 Alice 
" Louis, student 

res 902 E 21st 
" Regina Miss, res 1112 Alice 
f rWAMPT.TWr J L ft CO (J L Champlin 

and Louis Reis) importers and| 

dealers in boots and shoes, custom i 

work and repairing, SW cor Broad- 
way and I4tn " 

CHAIOPUV JOHN L (J L Champlin { 

k Coy res WtHson House 
" L Miss, res Willson House i 

" Samuel A, res SW oor Curtis and 22d 
Champney A D^ res 1632 Telegraph ave 

Bros (Fred A and George H) con- 
tractors andr builders, 1427 San 
Pablo ave <^ 

' Chaa L, carpenter Champney Bros, 
res 1682 Telegraph ave 



Champney Fred A (Champniey Bros) res 

1632 Telegraph ave 
" Geo H (Champney Bros) res 1632 

Telegraph ave 
Champreux Alfred, brass moulder, S F, 

res 938 Pine 
" Gustave, brass moulder, S F, 

1413 nth 
^^'■"^ I ft r A rt h"r, r""^' M rn T ^HtthI 

De Boice, res 555 Broadway 
'*.C A Mrs. res 1923 Filbert 
" Chas S, dec<«^tor, res 1923 Filbert 
" Emma F Mrs, dressmaker} res 972 

36th, mail Oakland 
" Frank, fireman S P Co, res 1726 

WUUam 
" Jos F, principal Franklin School, rea 

1018 6th ave 
*• J S Mrs, res 1273.23d ave 
" RobtF, cook, reJB 972 36th, mail Oak- 
land 
" S E Miss, teacher Field Seminary, 

resSF 
Channell Be88iei_.Miss,^.rea a «^ 

"^aveTPiedmont . - 

" Mabel Miss, res n a Hillside ave, 

Piedmont 
" Sewell P, res n s Hillside ave, Pied- 
mont 
Chanteloup Chas, porter Union French 

Laundry, res same 
" Jacques (Union French Laundry) res 

1515 San Pablo ave 
Chanterean Martina P Mrs. r^ 816 

Washington ^^-^^ 

Chapalain Jean M, French Laundry, 2*28 

12th, res same 
Chapeland P, saloon and restaurant, 
Felton and Adeline, rts same, mail 
Lorin 
Chapin A Miss, res The Arlington 
" John A, conductor 8 P Co, res 1162 

Wasbiagton 
" John A Mrs, propr The Westphal 
(furnished rooms) 116-2 'Washington 
" Thos, psdnter, res Union Hotel 
Stanford University,] Chaplin Moses (Tait & Chaplin) res 951 
Cypress 
Chapman Albert P, res 461 Temescal 

ave, mail N Temescal 
" Annie G Mrs, res 254 8th 
" A W, res 1711 William 
" Belle Miss, domestic, 222 12th 
" Bertha L Miss, student, rea 120 E 14th 
" Chas C. student, res 120 E 14th 
" Chatf E. oarpenter, res Boston ave, 

mail care P C Nielsen, Fruit vale 
" Clara M Miss, stenographer Oakland 
Building and Loan Asaociation, res 
1169 Monroe 
" Cynthia Mrs, res 534 18th 
CHAPMAN EDGAR C. attorney at 
law- and notary public, 906 Broad- 
way, rnis 9 and 10, res 534 18th 




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CHAFMAH EDWUI A. secretary 
Pacitio Press PjiblUhing Co, SW cor 
1 th and Caatro^ r«« 1501 West 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res 817 Market 
*♦ Elliot C, job printer P P Pub Co, res 

762 20th 
" Ervin S Rev. D D, paator Brooklyn 
Presbyterian Church, res 41 Bella 
ViBta ave 



Fnn<!«8 L MUtfl, bbnfdctiobdi^y and 
notions, 1126 13th ave, res same 

Frederica A Mrs, re88I5_ 2d 

Frederick C, engineer Brooklyn Plan- 
ing Mills Co, rvs 1131 E 17th 

Geo H, grainer Knas nflt' Noble, res 
1169 Monroe 

Harry P, paper hanger, rea 828 
Myrtle 

Henry L, street contractor, res 1131 
E 17th 

H L Miss, res 1021 9th ave 

Isaac F, atty at law, S F, ns 1021 
9th ave 

Jas F (J F Chapman & Co, S F) res 



Charles Edwin (Jones' Oakland and S F 

Express) res 1613 Telegraph ave 
CharleviUe Lee.withJN^'eUs, Fargo & Co, 

8 Fr rei 206 E lOth 
Charlton Sarah Mrs, res e a Vernon nr 

Santa Rosa ave, Stanford Tract 
CbaiToaz Arthur, sawyer Eagle Planing 

MilLrM255 Haven 
CHAB.'nSBL OAK HOTEL. James 



Rodden t)kt>tinet6r, 1763 7 th 
CHABTEROAK HA&KET, Albert 
Borman'n 
mutton, 
Chartrand Lonis, res 861 2Sth 
Chase Belle M Miss, cashier O F & P 

Co, res 479 Plymouth ave 
CJioM Cka$ A, died Nov 9, 1891 
" Chaa B. salesman, S P, res 907 Wood 
CHASE^ ED C Alam<ida Cos agency 
.-.Householders' Supply Co (limited) 
454 9th, n« 913 Wood* 
' ' Edward J, police officer (city) res 876 

Filbert 
" Frances M G Miss, cashier Phelan & 



nn p ro prietor, b eef, pork And 
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1021 9tli ave 

" Joel, ship carpenter, res 1124" 13th 
ave 

" Ijizzia C Miss, student, rea 120 E 
14th 

" Mahala Mrs, res 1131 E 17th 

" Manr C Mr8,res 1501 West 
CHAPMAN MELVm C. mayor of 
Oakland and attorney at law, office 
957 Broadway, rma 3, 4 and 5, res 
587 Hobart 

** Myrtle Miss, res 1131 E 17th 

" Phebe M Miss, res UOl West 

" Robert, paper hauger, res 1169 Mon- 
roe >.-.^ 

" Robert J, bookkeeper, S F, res 1021 
9th ave 

" S A Mrs, dressmaker, res;1169 Mon- 
roe 

" Stanton J, employe Con P C Co, res 
n tt John nr piedmont ave 

" Susan Mrs, res 1463 Grove 
"" Sylva Miss, res 41 Bella Vista ave 

" Truman F, mining, res 120 E 14th 

^* William, plasterer, res 684 25th 
Chappel Mamie, domestic Brooklyn 

House 
Chappellet Em'elie Misr, res 1655 Tele- 
graph ave 

" FeliXf mining, res 1555 Telegraph ave 

"Felix Jr, student, res 1555 Telegraph 
ave 

" Sophie Miss, res 1556 Telegraph ave 

Chard Chaa, gardener, res 1469 San 
Pablo ave 

" W Henry, book and j<>b printing, 
1469 San Pablo ave, res same 

Chare Bridget Mrs, res 608 4th 

Obarle»oi8 G, bookkeeper. S F, res 1579 
Broadway 



l*l8b, res 4V» I'iy mouth ave 
CHASE GEORGE, deputy county 

treaaurer, office Hall of Records, 

res 202 E 9th_ 
" Geo M, student, res 202 E 9th 
" Geo W, porter P P C Co, res 807 

Market 
" Helen F Mrs, dressmaking, 866 

Union, res same 
" Henry W, lumber merchant, Fresno, 

rea 1 157 Alice 
" Nellie Miss, res 202 E^th 
CHASE QUINCT A (Kohler & Chase) 

res 1916 Broadway 
" Quincy A Mrs, treas Fabiola Hos- 
pital Association, res 1916 Brotui- 

way 
" Rebecca F Mias, res s^s Vernal ave. 

Piedmont 
" Ruby Miaa, res 493 23d 
" Simon L, news agt, res 865 Union 
" Susan M Miss, res ■ s Vernal ave. 

Piedmont 
ChatHeld Cornelia Miss, employe C C L 

Co, res 724 Cheater 
" Jas M, les 724 Chester 
Chatham Joseph, miner, res 806 Castro 
Chauche Adtle Mrs, died March 6, 1892 
" Adrian G. wines and liquors, S F, 

res 855 Alice 
Chefk M A, phyaioian, res 952 14th 
Cheesman Frank, furniture polisher, res 

Felto^n nr Calais, mail Lorin 
Cheever Moses R, removed to S F 
Chelson Frederick, water tend«>r Judson 

Manufacturing Co, res 465 B 
Chemical Engine No 1, Wm fi Smith 

foreman, 326 ISth 
" Engine No 2, Thos Kiley steward, 
Magn«ilia and 34tb 



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Chendet Michael, ahoeooaker, res 916! 
6th I 

Cheney John Jkirs, re8 72ai2tb 
" Merrick L, res 320 22d • 
•-♦Oliver, teamster, res 842 17th j 

Cherry Cbas, narse Fabiola hospital, res 
same I 

" Robert J, painter, res Felton nr nar- 
row eange R R, mail Golden Gate ! 

Ohesbiu H S, tnining, res 1364 Grove i 

Chesebroagh Henry C,mgr Hanson Si Co, | 

S.F, re« lllS^Tth ave . j 

Ohesnnt JasTT, atty at Taw, TO6 Froad-j 

way, rms 9 and 10, res w s Oakland i 

are, Vernon Heights 

" John A, carpenter, res 1652 Webster 

" John A Jr, mining engineer, res 1652 

Webster 
" Maiy E Miss, res 1652 Webster 
" Robert T, stndent Oakland High 
School, res w s Oakland ave, Ver- 
non Heights 
•' Victor KB S, 2daastin chomiatry 
U C, res 1662 Webster 

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1157 7th, res 811 Adeline 
" Edward H, clerk, rei> 811 Adeline ! 
" Fredk^aalesman, S_F, refe 1420 8th j 
" Minnie Min, stenographer, S F, resj 

811 Adeline I 

Cheater Street M E Church, Rev J H | 

Wythe pastor, SW cor 9th and 

Chester 
Chevalier Almo, wine dealer, S F, res 

Klinkner ave nr San Pablo ave, mailj 

Golden Gate I 

Chevesich Valentine L Mrs, resj 

Brandon nr Fmitvale Station. Frnit-j 

vale I 

Chew Chn (Chn Chew & Co) res 763 1 1th ! 

" Cha 8iCo (Chew Chn and Miss J| 

.Stewart) Japanese baz«r, 463 13th i 
Chewing Wm M, employe Wells, Fargo 

& Co, rea 1822 nth ave 
Cheyrias Seraphim , chef Bamnm Restan-i 

rautrrea 915 Webster 
CSSI€A60 GLQGKijfy, H K Jackeon ; 

proprietor, household goods sold on; 

easy paymeitts, 1168 7tb, Adelinei 

Street Station | 

CmCAOO VACUTTM MEDICAL 

IHSTITUTE (The) Mrs M A Lewis 

proprietor, 630 9th 
Chick Florence Miss, stenographer, S.F, 

res 574 13th 
" Grace Miss, stenographer, S F, res 

674 13th 
" R 8 Mrs, res 674 I3th 
Chiok^ring Wm H, atty at law, S F, 

r«^8 970 16th 
Chi e6n_J ohn, rofichinist, res w si 1th 

nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 
CHIEF OFFOLICE> J W Tompkins, 

office City Hall 



Children's Home, supported by Ladies' 
Relief Society of Oakland, Miss L C 
Sullivan matron, s a Linden lane 
bet Broadway and Telegraph ave, 
Temescal 

Childress S Prentice, removed to Sauaa- 
lito 

Childs Augustas F, pbyaiciaD, 580 E 
12th, res samo 



" Chas J, driver H Naah, res 1318 San 

Pablo ave 
" D S Mrs^res Kirkham and 18th 
•• Ellen Mrs, res 1003 22d 
CfiILD8 TgT.MTi'.'R. , architect, Oakland 

Bank Building, rms 26 and 27, NE 

cor Brj^adway and 12th, res Davis 

Block, rms 21 and 22 
" George A, drayman, S F, rea 1380 

24th ave 
" Heni7 O. res 1061 Grove 
" Jas W, master mariner, res 727 4th 
" Jane Mrs, rea 1061 Grove 
" Mercy C Miss, dreasmaber, rea 727 

4th _ 

" N Mr«, "d?e8smaEer, 535 18th, res 

same 
" Nellie Mias, res 727 4th 
" Wm A, real estate, 457 9th, res 457 

26th 
" Wm W, foremaa Remillard Brick 

Co, res 1114 10th ave 
Chilton Arthur, laborer, res 1123 E 2^th 
Chinese Methodist Miaai'>n, Rev F J 

Masters pastor, J017 Clay 
" Mission Presbyterian Church (First) 

Rev Ira M Condit pastor, 264 

1 3th 
" Mission School, Rev Ira M Condit 

Bupt, 264 13th 
Chinnook Clara Miss, compositor P P 

Pub Co, res 1519 Brush 
** Jolia Miss, compositor P P Pub Co, 

les 1519 Brnxh 
" Martha M Miss, dreaamaker, 1519 

Bruah. lea aame 
Cbipman John, employe C C L Co, rea 

same 
Chisholm Alexander, ship carpenter, rea 

1419 11th 
" Amos, driver J M Carr, res Prescott 

nr Liese ave. Fmitvale 
" Colin E, clerk. S F, rea 2116 Adeline 
" John R, horse trainer, res 1940 Pop- 
lar 
" Kate Miss, milliner, rea 1419 11th 
" Wm, rancher, res 1940 Poplar 
" WmT, pressman, S F, res 1940 Pop- 
lar 
Chittenden Lucy A Miss, res 520 Syca- 
more 
" Wm A, real estate and loans, 457 

9tb, res 1376 Webster 
Chivers Florence E Miss, domestic, 1128 

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Ohivree Angeline J Mias, res 1434 24tb 
ave 

" Charlotte E Misa, res 1434 .24th 
ave 

" John, em^lojrv^^Ktirate MiUs Co, res 
1434 V4th ave 

" Jos B, employe Cal Jute Mills Co, res 
1434 '24th ave 

Chloupek Mary Louisa Mrs, res 871 
Lydia 

" Vino f nt (Il er a e y — A Ohlonpek) and 
engineer Engine Co No 2, res 473 
4th 
Chosen Friends, see Order oj Ckoam 

Friends 
Chri<«man Wm F, clerk Commercial 
Union Hotel, mail Emeryville 

*' Wm T, stenographer, res 1631 Mar- 
ket 
Chrissinger Phillip B, engineer, res 912 

34th 
Christ Wm B, clerk Lang Bros, res S29 
8th 

' ' se< also Grist 

Christeen Chas B, employe Alameda Mac 
Go' s qu arry, res same 

"*^dfa8 J, employe Alameda Uac Co* s 
quarry, les aame 

" Chas J, carpenter Oakland L:on 

Works, res 068 23d ave 
Christen Christian, employe S P Co, res 
870 Chester 

" Mary Mrs, res 1663 Seward 

" Re b ecca M rs, res 1525 Franklin 
CHBISTEN WnUAM, real estate, 
loan and insurance agent, 1759 7th, 
res 1672 Taylor 
Christena Gto, carpenter, res 862 Frank- 
lin 
Christeuaen Andrew, shoemaker, 621 
Broadway, res same 

" Andrew, opholsterer. Oakland Mat- 
tress Co, res 1372 7th 

" Anton, saloon, 1390 Telegraph ave, 
res same 

" Belle Miss^ domestic, 1203 Castro 

*^CmL teamster W R Kennedy, real 
PSfh ave nr E 16th j 

" Cbai, helper S P Co, res 124 
Ettie 

" Christ, coachman G W Hume, Pied- 
mont ave 

" Christ, trackman S P Co, res 712 
Lewis 

" Christian, miller, res 618 £ 14th 

" John, laborer, res 620 Kennedy 

" Laura E Miss, principal Kindergar- 
ten, NW cor Hannah and A, res 
o 564 nth I 

" Peter (Kroman A; Christensen) res' 
620 Kennedy 

" SamI, res N Center nr B 

" Soren. laborer, res 416 7th ' 

" V, upholsterer, res St Louis House | 



Christian AJliance for the Bromotion of 
the Fourfold Ooapel, Mrs Curie 
Judd Montgomery pres, meets every 
Wednesday aftemoQn.i<At 2:30 in 
lower hall Y M C A, 12th and Clay 
" Association (Chinese) Lin Bin pres, 

264 13th 
'• Edward, res 832 Clay 
" Jacob, res 832 Clay 
Christiansen Annie Miss, res 1565 23d 



" Crist, carpenter, res 1109 E 23d 

" Hans, helper Jndson Manafactoring 

Co, rea4l5 A, o»ul Oakland 
" Hans P. laborer S P CoHfsa=«3 B 
" John, driver W T Sagehom, res 603 

6th 
" John, seamau, res 991 Pine 
" Peter N, seaman, res e s WaUworth 

ave nr Prospect 
C^iristianson B Mrs, res 1120 E 14th 
" John T, canvasser, res School nr 
Peralta ave, Frnitvale, mail Ala- 
meda PO 
" Pr-ter, carpenter Brooklyn Flaming 
Mi l^Co, rea 105 9 Dfinniann 



Chris tman Geo, tinner Rankin & MoloT^ 

res 566 35th 
Christoffersen Anthony, shipamith, rea 

1169 E22d 
" EUert, res 1169 E22d 
Christopher Columbus Guard, Joseph 

Fofcia sec, meets first and third 

Saturday evening^ of each month at 

416 8th 
" Julius, maohine hand Bumham- 

Standeford Co, res Park and Menlo 

ave, mail Golden Gate 
Chiistovich Fritz, mill hand Samm ft 

Westphal, res S F 
Christ's Mission, Frank Robinson leader, 

821 Broadway, meeting every even- 
ing and Sunday at 11 a m and 3 and 

8pm 
" Rescue Home, Frank Robinson supt. 

1171 7th 
Christy Charles, carpenter and builder, 

828 Kirk ham, res same 
" A E Mrs, dressmaking, 605 18th, res 

same 
". Zo tque, carpenter, res 810 22d 
CHBONICLE (The) of S F, B E Gaboon 

Oakland aeent, 907 Broadway 
Chubb Chas, bricklayer R Chubb, res 

1613 Adeline 
" John, lineman S Tel Tel Co, res 

Winters Hotel 
" Roger, bricklaying contractor, res 

117 6 18th 

CHUBBUCK SAMUEL W, agent 

Wells, Fargo & iW» Express, SW 
cor 11th and Waeihington, tea 1307 
Market 
Church Albert Rev, rea 1015 Chestnut 



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€9»iroh Albert E (Dolliyer k Bro,aF) res 

1102 10th 
" Angostas H, res 864 Broadway 
'^ EUmx Mrs. readiS 36tb 
" Joa W, derk, 8 F, res 826 16th 
" Laora A M>s8, Branch Bakery, 1250 

Center, res same . 
" Lin S, asac diat attv, Conrt Honse, 

ree 1004 Broadway* rm 10 

" of the Adveut, Hhv H D Laihrop, 



D, rector, SE cor 12th ave and E 
16th 
" of the Immaenlate Cpn^^^tiDn Jfia-- 
nauui Catholic) Rev M King paator, 
Rer T Cranwell aaat pastor, JefPer- 
gon bet 7t h and 8th 
CHUEGH OF THE SACKED HEAET 
(Roman Catholic) Rev Lawrence 
Ser da pastor, 40th nr Grove 
CHUECS EOD W> county recorder, 
offi • Han of Recordi, res 668 lOth 
CHTJECH A; STOHE (W B Church, M 
D, ^d H F Stone) proprietors Oak- 
land Sanitarium, 1007 Jackaon 
"Wm^JMunter. res 1906 San Pablo ave 
--4ttHHt€K^fE, M D IChurchlEnitoiiy 
res 1037 jrackaon 
" Wm H, copyist recorder's office,' 
Hall of Records, rea Market Street 
House 
Churchill J W, driver C E H Reed, res 

Fruitvale 

" S T, salesman Wheeler & Wtlsoo 

Manufacturing Co, res 1122 Center 

Chynoweth J B Rev, pistor Golden 

Gate M E Chu -chores Golden Gate 

Chynoworth Triffie Miss, res Buena 

Vista ave and B Park, mail Golden 

Gate 

Cianciamlo Baptiste (Cianciamlo Bros) 

rea 716 Linden 
" Bros (Francisco, Baptiste and 
Miohele) musician", 1012 5th | 

" Frandaco (Cianciarulo Bros) res 1012 

6th : 

" Jos, musician, res 715 Linden | 

" Miohele (Cianciarulo Bros) res 716: 

Linden I 

Cicyely Ben, cook New York Restau-j 
rant, res 482 Harrison ! 

Cienega Isabelle, inmate Industrial Home 
for Adult Blind 

Cierce Thos, teamster V L Fontin, res 
480 3d 

Cigar Makers' Union, meets every Tues- 
day evening at 918 Washington 

Cimpher Jacob, employe Zenith Planing 
J/im, fM 1418 Lake Shore ave 

Ciphers David S, res 1139 Adeline 

Cirbel Theresa Miss, domestic. 323 
Dorant 

CitizeinVMiliubipal League, Cary How- 
ard nppt M R Lyle «s«t sec, 1003>^ 
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son, office City Hall 
CITT AUPITOE AHD ASSESSOE, 

Rolani,W Snow, office City Hall 
" Board of Education, see Board of 

Educaiion {CUy) 
" Board of^Health, tee Board of Health 
(Ciiy) 
B n > m i Wnrk s, H fl n i j' f i n i l iiii j i iilf 
pr oprs. 477 4th 
CITx Cli^E. J M Brady, office City 

Hall 

CITY KKBCT^T OFFICE 961 

Broadway 
CITY EEODTEEE AHD SUE- 

VEYOEt T W Morgan, office City 

H aU 
U.TX HALL, n 8 14th opp Washington 
CITY TTAT.T. PAEE. 14th and San 

Pablo av^e* 
" Hall SUbles, C A Hunt propr, 514 

Uth 

CITY JUSTICE. Frank B Ogden and 

J J Allen 

SE^raPECTOfc^ 

Comor, office City Hail 
" Ma rket, SE cor I2th and Washing ton 

CITY POLICE DEPAETMEHT, J 

W T ompkin s chief, effice City Hall 

CITY FOTJHDi Wm J O'Connell pound- 
ma ater . 26th and Peralta 

CITY 8TJFEEINTENDENT OF 

SCHOOLS.' J W McClymonds, 

, offi ce City HaU 

CITY SUPEEINTENDEET OF 

STESET8, Jesse S Wall, office 

City HaU 

CITY TEEASXJEEE AHD TAX 

COLLECrOE. Z T Gilpin, office 
Ci ty Ha ll 

CITY WHAEF, Miles R Houghton 
wharfinger, water front, Franklin 
to Webster 

Claassen Albert, agt S P Co, Market 
Street Station, foot Market, res 
1409 10th 
" Tillie Miss, res 1 109 10th 

Claflin Mark T, engineer, res 579 24th 
or Elm 

CHiboroe Richard, waiter P P C Co, res 
1317 10th 

Clairville Walter, first officer str Pied- 
mont, rea 810 Myrtle 

Clan Macdonald, No 79. O S C, meets 
Friday evening, Fraternal Hall, 
1156^ Washiagton 

Clancy Bridget M^ss, domestic, 704 8th 
" James, laborer, res 206 1 Market 
" Wm A, driver Grayson, Owen k Co, 
refj}^ Dalton nr Green, mail Gold- 
en Gate 

Clapp Geo H, physician, res 935 Camp- 
bell 

Clara Julia, employe C C L Co 



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CUre E Mra, employe Cel CoUon Mi}]*; 

Co, rre 822 £ 12tJ> 
" Maggie Mita, none, 2Q298aEamlt 
Clareaoot Park Tract, located Clare-; 

moot ave, Hodaon and Itt ave 
CLAJELSM09T BOCK 00. P W Rear- 

d--Q raperiisteiidtrnt, office 359 13th, 

quarry n • Vernon ave nr College 

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Ciark A A Miaa, res 1003{ Broadway. 

nn21 
" Ada Mre, teacher danciag. 377 

rea S P 

•' Albert H, clerk, S F, r<« 1003 Pine 
" Alfred, rea 1309 Telearaph ave 
** Alfred B, teamater Wm Kennedy, 

rea 1363 B 1 1th 
'* Alfred O, foreman Falda Bros, S P. 

rea 1003 5th " 
" AWa K. bookkeeper; S F, rea 970 

Jeflerson 
" Andrew J.flremaaS P Co,res 311 7th 1 
' Annette Miss, flori>t. res 21st avei 

and E 31st 
" Arthur^ machiniat Oakla nd Lron^^ 

'Works . i 

"BE Miss, ms 709 Jaoka^n 

" Beajamia, chorister First Preaby- 

teruQ Church, rea Sltt 13th 
" Bert, granite cottar D Dwyur, reai 

S F 
" CMrs, re8 466i 13th 
" Carlton B, res 763 19th 
" Chaa A, res 1003 Pine 
" Chaa A, engineer S P Co, res lOflSi 

12th sve , 

" Chas E (Fitaisinlons & Clark) rest 

Gregory Block, im 17 
" Chas JefFersOQ, mining engineer, resj 

216 13th I 

GLABK CHARLIB E. •ecratary! 

Home Security Boilding and Loan, 

Aasooiatinn, office^ iQ6 9th, res^ 

Berkeley 
'< Daniel P, mUIhand GRAM Co, res 

323 5th 
" David, contractor, res 1120 Filbert 
" Delia Mrs, res Alpine House j 

nT-ATt-TT EBWABl). president Oak-i 

land Iron Work4, 2d and Jefferson,! 

res 619 9th | 

•* EdwArd, painter, res 1009 Franklin , 
" Elizabeth A Mrs, r«s 721 5th 
•• Ellen Mrs, r*a 77 VaUey 1 

'*^^t0a E Mra, nurse, rea 816 Cypress I 
" ^nnk K, draggi t Geo Smith A Co, 

rea Hotel Albany 
'< Frank H. sticker hand, S F, res 735i 

Chester 
" Frank S, inspector C C W Co, res; 

1071 12th ave j 

*• Fred A Major, civil engineer, S F, ' 

rea 907 5th ave 



Myrtle 

Geo, boiler maker, rea 17Q7 Ooaa 
Geo B. anginaer S P Co, rea AhuEoedia 
Geo E, rM 1003 Rth 
Gto P, ticket seller Piedmont Batha, 

rta 77 Valley 
Gerti ade "Miaa, mnaio teacher, rea n s 
45th nr Grore, mail N Temes^i^l 

W. lab uiB A or Co 

' Harry A, res 1068 12th ave 
" Helen Miss, re« 2lBt ave and E 31at 
*' Henry; gardaner, SW cor San Pablo 
av«^ a^ Folaom, res same, mail 
Golden Gate 
" Henry D, ina agt, rea n s Powell nr 

1 Ith, mail Qolden Gate 
" Herbert A. rea 818 Myrtle 
" Horace, nawa and cigar stand, 7th 

and West, res 762 6th 
" Hugh Mrs, rea 77 Vallev 
** Jamea, groceriaa, 977 6th, res same 
*' James, laborer S^ Co 
" James, smploye Mra E A K MeNeill, 

rea Uth be^23d and 24th aves 
J* Jamea^ Si^^ok-Mscrick. _Bioa»_raa 
, 1777 Ooaa 
' James P, foreman Cal Jute Mill Co, 

rea S23 £ 12th 
"■ Jltamia Miaa, stenographer, rts 8I6 

Cypress 
" Jetaia L Misa, rea 818 Myrtle 
' JGMis,^raa578 34th 
*' John, blackamtth, S F, res 708 3d 
•• JoAn, died Apnl 17, 1892 
'* Jos F, doormaker Cal Door Co, rea 

1115 WUlow 
" Kate Miaa, weaver Cal Cotton Mill 

Co, re* 867 Chester 
" Laura Mra,^ rea 76« WUlow 
CLASS, LSLA9D F (Jackson 8l 
Llark) res li03 Pine 
" Levinia C Mrs, res n a 45th nr Grove, 

mail N Temeacal 
" Linwood, with Stocker & Holland, 

rea 1423 Franklin 
" M, mgr Hotel Metropole, NW cor 

13th and Jefferbon, res same 
" Mamie Miss, re- 977 6th 
" Marc lies, . .JDuaio teacher, res 858 

West 
" Margaret W Mrs, res Old Ladies' 

Home 
" Maria Mrs, res 17*6 Pacific 
" Marion, music teacher, 1004 Broad- 
way, nn 5, res rm 6 
" Manr ce, mining engineer, res 1305 
Madison 
Nora Miss, res 977 5th 
Peter, blacksmith H Frazer, res 1009 

Franklin 

R G, switchman S P Co, res 15C6 7th 
Richard N, porter P P C Co,re8 1631 
Myrtle 




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CfUurk Row Z Mias, dreskmaker, res 1260| Claasen Wm, toilor, 1 1 14 OampbeU, res 

Weit I same 

" Sttbd C, eagineer S P Ck>, rea 9391 CUoMen E 8, apholsterer, S F, res 559 

Wood 17th 

** Saml H, hameas maker, res 818 Myr- Clawann School, Mias Julia £ Colby 
Ha ' principal, NW cor 32d and Mag- 

-^ SuMn, died Jan 21, 1892 I noGa 

Thos, baker, res S12 10th j ClaitOft Wm, In ngnh^TMnanj rnn 01?- 

Helen 
Clay Clement C (Sherman, Clay & Co, S 
F) rea E 14th bet 27th and Park 
aves, Fmitvale 
" Street Planing MiU. McManua k 

Gartner proprs, 4th and Clay 
Clayton Cornelia Mias, rea 289 9th 
" H T Mra, rea E 14th opp 26th ave, 

rmitvale, mail aame 
" 8 E, agt sewing, maohinea and aafea, 

461 7th, rea 16^3 Seward 
" Suaan MiajTea 289 9th 
OLATTOH WM & cabinet maker, 403 

10th, res 927 36th 
Clear Margtierett Miaa, clerk If AHTT 
BROS, rea 358 9th . 
Thoa, yardman O L & H C^q^rea 



V Thoa. driver Log Cabin Bakery, rea 

2075^ Pablo are 
" Walter BNbookkeeper, 3 F, res 518 

WUlUm (nitb) 
" Wataon B ^ carpenter, rea 228 E 

I7th 
" Wm, gardener A H Cohen 
•• WmA, rea 1631 Myrtle 
" Wm C, machinist Oakland Iron 

Worka, rea 619 9th 
" Wm G, employe S Stevenaoo, Ala- 
meda, rea Bran Ion nr Fmitvale ave, 

Fmitv .le 
" Wm J, naUer Pao I & N Wka, rea 

977 6th 
Clarke Elizabeth Mra, rea 1466 Tjele 

graph ave 
- " G eo , dial a uy t Pul imci-pglase- Cirt— -ggff^fr 



Co, office^klaod Pier, rea 8 F 
" Geo. speoulaV^, rea 1466 Telegraph 

are ^ 

" Jaa, laborer, rea 37th and Grove, 

mail Oakland j 

" John, candy maker, 8 F, rea 1173 

5th I 

CLARKE LA^ATXTTEB (M M Saaal 

son & Co) rea 963 Caatro | 

" L S, engineer 3 P Co, rea Berkeley 
"^O, condnctor P P C Co, rea 8 F 
" Walter S, carriage mft, S F, rea 937 

26th 
" Wm, gardener E Friabie, rea 1013 

£23d 
Wm I, condnctor P P C Co, rea 1721 

13th 
Clarrage Edward D, traveling salesman, 

S F, rea 640 18th 



Cleary B Mra, forniahed rooms, 460 6th, 

rea same 
" Edward M, clerk M Cleary, rea 203 

12th 
" Jaa, nursery man and florist, 2333 Pe- 

ralta, rea aame 
" John, butcher, rea 1066 24th ave 
" Joa M, art stadeot, ren 2S33 Peralta 
•• J P, awitohman S P Co, rea Weat 

Oakland Honae 
" Maggie Mias, domestic, 1363 Hani- 
sou 
" Michael, coop«r,Santa Rosa, res 1056 

24th ave 
CLEABT MICHA£L. family grocer, 

fine teas a apedalty, 359 au i 361 

12th, rea 203 i2th 
" Wm, driver, rea 1056 24th ave 
Cleavea Julia A Miss, res 1061 Poplar 



Edward P, employe P F Nolan, S F,; Clecak Anton, restaurant, Mac ' enough 



rea 540 18th 

Elaine Miaa, rea 540 18th | 

Claaby Jaa E, condnctor Con P C Co, rea 

1534 Broadway 
Claudina Ferdinand, wood carver P C 

MiU & L Co, rea 734 Linden 
" see also Clodius., 
Clausen Chaa, onploye C J Clausen, res 

2124 Cheaihnt 
" Ohas J, bricklaying contractor, 2124 

Cheatnut, rea awne 
'* Chriatian H, Jthotographer, SE cor 

Market and 7th, reia aame 
'* O, lab9xer»_iea-^-Claremont ave nr 

Summer; mail N Temeacal 
" Emma Miaa, rea 2124 Cheatnnt 
" Henry, laborer Cal Pottery & T C 
Co, r a 537 Kennedy 



Theater BIdg, res 12(2 Franklin 
" John J, reataurant and propr West 

Oakland flouKe, 1770 and 1772 7th, 

rea same 
" John N, mgr New York Hestaorant, 

826^ Bruadway, res 5 )3 7th 
'• M, waiter J J Clecak, res 1772 7th 
" Nicholas, bartender J J Clecak, res 

1772 7th 
•• Peter, waiter J J Clecak, rea 1772 7th 
Cleghom Robt, foreman blacksmith U 8 

Navy Yard, rea 115 Helen 
Clei^al Jos, laborer Jadson Mannfactur- 

ug Co 
Cleir Annie Mra, res 2651 Telegraph 

ave, mail N Temescal 
" Maggie Miaa, res 2651 Telegraph ave, 

m^ N Temeacal 



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ClAir Patrick, butoher.res 2651 Telegraph 

tkve, mail N Temesoal 
" Wm, plumber S Taytor, res 2561 Tel- 

ef^raph av^ 
Cleland i>a|^tla, oontraotor and builder, 

918 UfiioD, rea same 
Clemensoif Elma Miss, domestic F M 

Wilson 
Clement Alphens W, olerk, S F, res 

1268 H 



Clifford Samuel S, foreman S P Co, res 

1600 3d . 
" Thomas, h<Sl carrier, res Winthrop 

House 
" Timothy, laborer, res 6th nr Broad> 

way 
" W A, compositor Morning Times, rea 

769 E Uch 
Clif t Beth Miss, artist, res 566 10th 
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lie Mrs, res 1621 8tb 1547 San F^blo ave 

Carrie E Mrs, res 1405 Brush " Osoro, capitalist, res 566 16th 

" Christian J, gardener F D Myers,, " William, capitalist, res 1547 

Piedmont " \ Pablo ave 

" Ephraim B, searcher of records, S F,! Clifton Jaa L, removed to Sacramento, 

res 125S Harrison « t Cal 

" Grace W Miss, res 1013 12th ' j " Mary J Mrd, res 951 Clay 

" Herbert, medical student, S F, resj CMflon Wm O, died Jane 3, 1892 

1406 Brush I Climo Alfred^' ship calker S P Co, res 

" Jos, elerk. S F, res 1258 Harri«on j 1863^th 
" ELate, inmate Industrial Home for| Clioe, see KLein and Kline 

Adult Blind j Clinger, »ee KUnger 
" Kate Miss, res 1258 Harrison Clinton Annie Mrs, domestic, 1379 8th 
*' Lewis M, civil engineer, S F, res 1013| ave . 

12th CLINTON FUEL AND FEED 

" Louisa Mrs, res 1664 8th TAJtDS>-LA8tephensonproprietor, 

M A Mrs, asst Mrs Dr M A Lewis,! 315-321 R I'ith, »>>lpph9nf 70^, ^ 

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~ res 530 9th 
" Mary A Mrs, r«8 669 4th 
" Maud L Miss, teaohsr music, 1013 

12th, res same 
" Moses L, pressman, S F, res 669 4t£| 
" Russell M, res 1217 Market 
" Todd A, tailor Brown & MoElinnon, 

res St J ohn House 
Clements Anita Miss, res 1340 Kirkham! 
" Christina Mrs, res 1641 Adeline I 
" Harry, stock broker, S F, res 854 >^| 

Broadway 
/' Helen Miss, res 1641 Adeline I 

CLERK OF POLICE COTJAT. T LI 

Brom ley, office City Hall 

CLEVELAND & HOPKINS (K cl 

Cleveland and J B Hopkins) real 
estate and insurance, 1109 23d ave 
" John , laborer SP Co, res 1815 7th 

CLEVELAND R C (Cleveland Si Hop- 
kins) res 1 186 E 19th 

Cliff Arthur 6, machinist, res NW cor 
Tal^praph av% and 44th, mail N 
Temescal 



" Geo A, rea 1159 3d 

•' H J Mrs, res 1728 8th 

" Hook and Ladder Co No 2, 619 E 

14th 
CLINTON HOUSE Dr S H Melvin 

agent, SW oor 6th ave and £ 12th 
'* Park, aee Washington Square 
•' Station, 8 P Co, foot of 6th ave 
Clisby Carrie Miss, res 1389 Telegraph 

ave 

" Soth,propr Eureka Grain Warehouse, 

S F, res 1389 Telegraph ave 
" 8 W, res 1 389 Telegraph ave 
Cliver Chas, nailer Pac I & N Co, rea 

614 Adeline 
" Edward, stableman Con P C Co, rea 

614 Adeline 
" Geo 8, watchman, res 614 Adeline 
Clock Grace Miss, res 1140 Myrtle 
" Maud E Miss, teacher Lafayette 

School, res 1140 Myrtle 
•* Sarah D Mrs, widow, res 1 140 Myr- 
tle 
G^rge, engineer, res NW cor Tele-' Clodius August, employe C C L Co, 



graph ave and 44th, mail N Temescal 
Clifford Fred, night foreman oar dept S 

P Co,reB 18 llaple 
-^ Jaa L C, cooper, res 1600 3d 
'" Jos, •ngineer 8 P Co, rea 1600 3d 
" Julia NObs, domestic, 712 Market 
" Maggie Miss, res 923 5th 
" Maggie Miss, res 1617 Adeline 
"^M Mrs. KTOoeries, 923 5th, res same 
" Mary Miss, domestic J Pantosky 



Nellie V Miss, dressmaker, 
6th 



res 923 



res same 
Cloeren Edward (Cloeren & Gruen) res 

2030 Brook 
" & Gruen (Edward Cloeren and A 

Gruen) saloon, NE cor 13th ave and 

E 11th 
Clonen John, groceries and liquors, 1529 

7 th, res same 
Clonnan John, employe S P Co, res 719 

Henry 
" John Jr, employe 8 P Co, res 719 

Henry 



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719 Henry 
" Mary G Miai, res 719 Henry • 
Clooney James, ship o*rpeiiter, rei 1 104 

21st 
" Mary A MiB^ res 1610 7th 
" Thomas J, wood and coal, 1675 

7tb, res 1610 7th 
'* Thomas J Jr, plamber D 

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mploya 8 P Co, resi Coakley Jas,meatcatter M M^amaon ft 
' Co, res 680 10th 

M Miss, domestic, res 1365 Webster 
Michael, delivery ^lerk F Becker, 
res 630 10th 
Nellie Miss, res 830 16tb 
Nora, domestic J Baokns 
Coatesv Birdie E, mgr 23d avebran 
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Close Edward W, stenographer, r«s 824 
Magnolia I 

*' Myron C, real estate agt, San Jose, 

, res 824 Magnolia 
" 'msjAo Ktoat 
Cloit^nneyer Mary Miss, domestic, res 

174 10th 
Clondman Chas H, shoemaker, 1357 

Peralta, res same 
CL0U6H ALTOH H (Clough k 

Baker) res 1253 23d ave 

GLOTTQH ft BAKER (A U Cloagbi 

and Geo G Baker) real estate brok-j 

ers, 1002 Broadway, telephone 637 < 
" Cora Miss, student, res 1225 23d ave 
" E H, editor Oakland iformng Timea, 

resGidisdQjajJteL— — »— 

•MleoToIerkU 8 Custom House, 8 F, 

res 1133 E 16th 
" Geo F, conductor 8 P Co, res 1726 

Sewsjrd 
" Mary J Mrs, ks 1225 23d ave 
" Walter, student, res 1225 23d ave 
Clow A B Miss, teacher Durant School, 

res 671 Caledonia ave 
" Augusta A Miss, stenographer and I 

typewriter N W Winton & Co^ res 

671 Caledonia ave 
" E Mr s, res 6 7 1 Caledonia ave 
CLUB UVERT STABLES, McSorley 

Bros ft Schrag pro(<rietors, NW; cor 
14th and Webster 
Clune Joseph M, collector, 8 F, res 320 

'6th 
Clymer Elizabeth Mrs, res 417 I4th 
" Elizabeth Mrs, widow, res 1661 Web- 

ster- 
" James A, tinner Hyde ft Shear, res 

1661 Webster 
** Phoebe Mra, res 1069 25th ave 
Clynes Michael, laborer, S F, res 658 

Magnolia 
Coady Ida A Mrs, teacher Prescott 

School, Berkeley 
OOADT EIOHABD E (Coady ft Rut 

ley) res LiUard House 
COABY & KUTLE7 (R E Cody and 
Byron Itutley) dealers in diamonds, 
watches and jewelry, cash or in- 
stallments, 1169 Washington 
*' »ee also Cody 

Coakley Alice Miss, res 919 JeG^rson 
" Daniel, laborer, res 830 1 5th 
'* Ellen Mrs, widow, res 830 16th 



ave, res 
Fruitvale 
" Ed J, groceries, 1202 Adeline, res 1204 

Adeline 
" Emily Miss, domestic, 862 Adeline 
" Emily J Miss, res 1324 5th 
" Ida Miss, artist, res 672 18th 
" John, nail maker and mufloian Fifth 

Regiment Band, res 461 9th 
" John Mrs, lodging house, 461 9th, 

res same •-•■ 

" Matilda E Miss, res 1324 6th 
" Thottas, trimmer G L & H Co, res 

1324 5th 
" Wm, res 1224 Linden 
Coats Fannie T Mrs, res 814 Oak 
" Geo, hostler Yates ft - Peterson, res 

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~** Mary^ E~~Miss, teacher Garfield 

School, res 814 Oak 
CoaU Mary J, widow, died Nov 2, 189 1 
Cobb Chas W, foreman O C St Ry Co, 

res 546 Charter 
" Lewis H, night wateb man ''^ Hall of 

Records, res 966 Center 
•• Ruf us S. res 966 Center \ 

Cobbledick Chas F. student, reff 177 E 
12th ^ ^ , 

" Gabelle Miss, res 177 E 12th " -^I 
COBBIJSDICf JAMES & CO (James H 
and Wm H Cobbledick) wagon>,snd 
carriage material and hard wood 
lumber, 1073 4th ave 
■COBBLEDICK JAMES H (L N ft J 

H Cobbledick and James Cobbledick 
ft Co) res 177 E 12th 
COBBLEDICK LEVASS H (L N ft 

J H Cobbledick) res 1061 4th ave 
COBBLEDICK L H & J H (Levans 
N and James H) wall paper, window 
-^ glass, paper hanging and glazing, 
368 12th 
" May H Miss, res 177 E 12th 
COBBLEDICK WM H (James Cobble- 
dick ft Co) res 177 E 12th 
Cobine John, removed to 8 F 
Cobner L, ^reman str Piedmont 
Cobom Chas M, plasterer J H Thomas, 

res Weber*Hoaee 
Cobum John C, agt Wells. Fargo ft Co, 
and deputy postmaster Elmeryville 

gost omoe, N W cor Park ave and 
[alleck, re»8 ame 
COBXTEN JTTD80N C. postmaster 
Emeryville post oflBce.NW cor Park 
ave and Halleok, res same 



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S, Ubdi^r 8 P Co 
' ' Sbepard, picture fram^ maker A A 

Atkioaoa, rea 1 122 Wood 
" Squire A, res Claremont ave e of 

College ave, mail N I'emeecai 
" Wm J, moulder Oakland Iron Works, 

res NW cor Park ave and Hallefik, 

mail Emeryville 
" see also Colburn 
Cochr a D Ali ce E Mis a , res 860 10th 



Katherioe Miss, res 18&7 Harrisoii 
" Olivpr C, printer, S F.^s 1068 

Poplar 
" Sarah C Mrs, res 1387 Harrison 
Coffmun Sarah £ Mrs, mgr Oakland 
branch Califdtnia Pub Co, 463 9th, 
resS F 
Coffroth F V Miss, rea 852 Alice 
I C Mrs, res 852 Alice 



Cochran Edtoird E, re moved to Sacta- 

'men to, Cal 
COCHRAN JOHH T. manager Oak- 
land Contracting Co, 466 10th, res 

S6&16th 
♦• Richard L, laborer, res 821 Lydia 
CochrAne John, laborer, rea 324 2d 
Cockerton John M (Sweet & Cookerton) 

res 1715 San Pablo ave 
Cockrill E£Be Miss, student, res 1577 

San Pablo ave 
Cockroft Irviog R, bookkeeper, S F, res 

326 Orange I 

" Jos, job pri^tiSr (masio typographer) 

328 Prosp€/et ave, res same 




aker, res 417 



Louis F.passenge; 
-shJp^^S" 
Prospect H 
Codde Katie MisSi 

E 12th 
Code Wm E, medical student Dr H E 

Mailer, res 1155 Broadway, rm 20 
Coderre Peter, driver, res 515 4th, rear 
Codington L H Mrs, res 639 36th 
Cody Frank, laborer 8 P Co 
" John A, horse trainer Oakland 
Trotting Park, res n s Park ,ave nr 
Hubbard, mail Emeryville 
" set-ako Coady 
Coe John T, collector of rents, house agt, 

921 Broadway, rm A. res 514 15th 
Coen Jas E, blacksmith S P Co, res 815 

22d 
" Jas E Jr, olerk H H Skilling, res 815 

22d 
" John L S, freight clerk S P Co, S F, 

re8 816 22d 
Coey David N, clerk U S Custom House, 

S F, res 1124 Chestnut 
" Harvey S, clerk, S F, res 1124 Chest- 
nut 
" Samuel, res 1 1 2ivChestnut 
Coffee Herman M, a ilfettor, res 763 14th 
Coffey John E, inmate Industrial Home 

for Adnlt Blind 
" Lou N Miss, bookkeeper, res 816 

Filbert 
" WmJ, compositor Tribune, tea 916 

Henry 
Coffin Albert F (Coffia ^ Sanderson, 8 

F) res 163 Perry, Oakland Heights 
" Arthur W, bookkeeper S P Co, 8 F, 
res 810 12th 



'• Jas W, sec superior Court, S F, res 

852 Alice 
Cogan Wm, carpenter Pac Coast L & M 

Co, res 1764 Taylor 
" see also Coogan 

Coges John P, poultry raiser, SW cor 
Dalton ave and Green, res same, 
mail Golden Gate 
Coggeshall K E Mrs, widow, res 1010 

Market 
" Laviuii^R Mrs, r«s SW cor San Pablo 

ave and 45tb, mail Emeryville 
CoghUl Tbos B (Coghill & Kohn, S F) 

. res 1301 Jackson 
CoKSwell Jas B, res 1116 West 
Cohen AbrAham, ^ auctioneer, res 929 



Oceanic Steam- [ Poplar 

Fmrnamt-Kve;^ " A de St Opportune F, 



compositor A 
. Pa/ria, res S F 
'* Alexand-r, brakeman S P Co, rea 

Galindo Hotel 
" Alfred H (N R Knight & Co, S F) res 

Park ave nr E 14th, Fiaitvale 
" Belle Miss, res 929 Poplar 
" Eddie, butcher Ernst a Nenman, res 
929 Poplar 

" H & M (Henry and Michael) barbers, 

17§1 7th 
" Henry (H & M Cohen) res 468 6th 
" Henry Mrs, dressmaker, 46b 5th, res 

same 
" Isaac, cigar mfr, 607 17th, res same 
" Isaac, letter carrier, res 1743 Adeline 
" Isadore, peddler, r«8 521 6th 
" Isidore, glazier. S F, res 606 16th 
" Jacob M. tailor, re« GsJindo Hotel 
" Jas, helper 8 P Co 
" John J, painter T J Sheehan, res 

Alcatraz ave bet Shattuok and Tele- 
graph avea 
•• Jos. clerk, rea 929 Poplar 
" Julia Miss, res 1743 Adeline 
" Lillie Miss, res 860 Alice 
""^eyer, reporter, res Galindo Hotel 
" Michael (H & M Cohen) res Gregory 

Block, rm 46 
" Nat, salesman The M Cohn Co, res 

Galindo Hotel 
" Rose Miss, candies and bakery, 1 160^ 

7th, res sams 
" Simon, dry goods peddler, res 171 3d 



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ret same i res same <^ 

" Wm, r«sll60>^ 7th " - j «• Geo E, instructor chemistry U of C, 

" Wm Mn> res StiO Alice ' res Claremont ave e of College avn, 

Cohn Abraham, clotbifg and notions, 259 mail Berkeley 

' H, res same v ; COLBT HTR-^M Hi expressman and 

" Abraham a, tailor, res 261 8th '^-»°^ Wsils, Fargo & Co, HE cor E 

" Annie A, tatloress M J Keller Co,i --ivth and 13th ave, res 1315 12th ave 

rei 1715 Atlantic " Julia E Miwg, prinmpai — daweei 



" ^ Bn* ii (C t C nh n a^ u< \ P nn iii ) 
and shoes, 919 Broadway 
Gerson (Cohn & Bua*) res S F 
Oqb, tailor, 421 7th. res S F 
Julias, tailor, res 261 8th 
" lioms, pfddter, res 205 2d 
" M Co (The) M Cohn pres, M Lissner 
mgr, watchmakers and jewelers, 
925 Broadway 
" M & Co (M Cohn) loan office, 914 

Broadway 
'* Meyer (M Cohn & Co) and pres The 
M Cohn Co, res 1479 San Pablo ave 
" Saly, salesman Cohn & Boas, res 317 

10th 
" SamI, fruit peddler, res ?61 Stii 
Coin Albert R, employe Mme CjCoin^ 

COIH C MME, proprietor French 

Laundry, 1370 Broadway, res same 
" Ke aho (Jloynt 

Coine Mary Jane Miss, res 472 Edwards 
COIT H HAMILTON, vice president 

and manager Pierce Hardware Co, 

971 Broadway, r^s 1886 Telegraph 

ave 
" H Hamilton Jr, clerk, S F. res 1885 

Telegraph ave 
Colbert Hannah Mrs, res 678 27th 
" Hattie Miss, weaver Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 817 Filbert 1 

" John F (Cortia & Colbert) res 678 

27th I 

" Lizzis A Miss, weaver Cal Cotton 

Mills Co, res 678 27th 
Colburn Anna T Mrs, schoolteacher, 

res 1761 Seward 
•' Edward S, employe 8 P Co, S F, res 

1385 Myrtle 
" Frederick, plastarer, res 360 6th 
" J », salesman, S F, res 1766 Taylor 
" Louis, tailor N 

ters Hotel 
" Maria 8 Mrs, res 1761 Seward i 

*' $ee also Cobum 
Colby A D, res w s Claremont ave nr 

Hudson, mail N Tennescal j 

" Arthur £, student, res 1316 12th ave 
" Eben O, driv«c H H Colby, ra« 559 

E16th 

COLBY EUGENE, superintendent Sta- 
tion B post office, 8E cor E 12th 

and 13th are. res 1316 12th ave 
" Flora Miss, dressmaking, 483 26th, 

r«i.aam« 



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cnool, res San Leandro road 
Coldwell Chas W, huilder and con- 

t actor, res 151 1 22d ave 
Cole Alfred B, conductor S P Co, res 
Berkeley 

" Bartholomew, laborer, res 616 Fil- 
bert 

*' Benjamin, res 141d 3d, rear 

" Bessie Miss, student, res 1545 Web- 
ster 

" C H, police officer (city) res 2157 
Grove 

" Chas L>, chiropodist, res 826 29th 

" Cbas F, deputy treasurer and tax 
collector (city) City Hall, res 1159 
10th 

EJFiIr4^«»-5813«tt - 

Elizabeth Mrs, res 801 Henry 
Elizabeth J Mrs, res 831 Willow 

" Frank. G, macbiaist A Ford, res Ala- 
meda 

" Harry A (Oakland Rubber Stamp 
Co) res 263 8th 

" Henry, died Oct 6, 1891 

" lle'Ty M, engineer O C St Ry, res 
572 12th 

'• Jas, janitor, res 1087 2l8t 

" Jas C, res Benton nr Shattuck ave, 
mail Lorin -^ 

" K E Miw, artist, res 672 12th 

" Leander G, capitalist, res 1645 Web- 
ster 

" Lillie C Miss, 2d asst librarian Oak- 
land Free Public Library, res 672 
1 2th 

" Mary A Mrs, res 1777 10th ave 

"RE Mrs, res 572 12th 

*' School, J P Garlick principal, NW cor 
10th and Union 

Colegrove Geo L, conductor S P Co, res 




. 283 12th 

J Sweeny, res Win-i Coleman Block, 1103|^ Broadway 
Harry L, capitalist, res 754 8th 
Henry, barber B Litzenstein, res 717 

Broadway 
Jessie Miss, res 764 8th 
John L, laborer 8 P Co, res 820 

Myrtle 
John W, capitalist res 754 8th 
Kathleen Mrs, res 619 3d 
Martin, bartender John Tiemey, res 

same, mail N Temesoal 
Michael, glazier, res 529 3d 
M J Mrs, dressmaking, 770 7th, rea 
! 529 8d 

FRANCISCO WIRE WORKS 

O. H. QllUINHAOlN* 660 MIttion St.. bet. dd and New Montgomery, 8. F. 

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res Oriental House 
" Patrick, longshoreman, ' rea 650 

Jackson 
" Patrick J (G W McM aster i Co) res 

732 Filbert 
" Richard C, barber, 7")1 Willow, res 

TC) Willow 
COLEMAN RUF US A. manager Oak- 
liu i d branch S F C tiU and liulletin. 



ent Mountain View Cemetery, ter- 
minus Piedmont ave, res same, pri- 
vate office 906 Broadway, rm 21 
K Alfred, cooper, 8 F, res 929 Pine 
Elizabeth K, domestic, 917 E 24th 
Ellen MisH. res 2613 Telegraph ave, 
mail N Temeecal 
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P02 Broadway, res 1717 Uth ave 
" Wm, waiter, res 567 5th 
" Wm H, res 2106 Telegraph ave 
,^ " see olno Collnmn nml ("olman 
. Coles Geo, porter, res 87.3 Lydia 
" Wm J, shipping clerk, tS F, res 773 

nth 

Colestock Logan, dental student, S F, 

res 2124 Elm ave 
Colety David, clerk, S F. res 362 3d 
Colfer John, res 780 6th ave 
Colgen Mamie Miss, res Kelsey House 
Colgett John, butcher M ^OlCoimell JL 

Colier Augustus A, teamster S'andard 

Oil Cf», res Rose ave nr High, Fruit- 

vMe * ^ 

Colin Beno^^, trunk mfr, 1016 Broadwayf 

res Oakland ave nr 28th 
CoUbaugh Elizabeth Mrs, ces 1551 9th 
ave 
. CoUe £ Hal', A C Dietz prop.r NE cor 
12th and Harrison 
Collessa Jo», employe Cal Jute Mills 

Co 
" Manuel, spinner Cal Jute Mills Co 
Cbllett Robt,, coachman G E Grant, res 

1263 .3d ave 
Col'ier John, car|>enter, res 151 2d 
" John, miner, res 482 Edwards 
" John H, student, res 482 PMwards 
" Mary Mrs, rea 151 2d 
" ^er also CoUyer 
Colling Simeon, galvanic belts, 715 4th, 

res same 
" nee abo KolUng 

CoUiiigs Jas, bridge bnilder Cotton Bros 
& <'o, res King ave nr., Prescott, 
Fruitvale 
Collins Addison C, physician, w s San 
Pablo ave opp Klinkner ave, res n p 
Klinkner ave nr.Herz'^g, mail Gold- 
en (Jate 
" Agnea Miss, res 86G Peralta 
" Annette V Mi^, receiving clerk 

W UTel Co, rea 1661 Kith 
" Annie Miss, bookbinder, res 866 

Peralta 
" Aueustus A, porter P P C Co, res 

176 6th 
'* Vatherine Mrs, di«d March 19, 

1 892 
" C W, engineer S P Co, res 861 
Chea^r 



mail Oaklan 
"Fredk W, pattern maker Oakland 

Iron Works, res Lorin 
" Hauora Mrs, res 2613 Telegraph avo, 

mail N Temescal 
" Henry M, groceries, 1766 7th, rea 

1823 Short 
" J, carpenter, res 1018 Brush 
" Jas, assi track foreman 8 P Co, res 

866 Peralta 
" Jas, peddler, res 508 2d 
" Jaa A, laborer, res 763 Campbell 
" .laa J, saleatnan J A Joyce, res 1724 
— AtlatTtic 
" Jane C Miaa, res Butler ave nr Idaho, 

mail Golden (J ate 
" Jerry, sawyer S- P Co, rea 1724 At- 
lantic 
" John C, compositor, S F, res 666 29th 
" John H, switchman S P Co, res 866 

Peralta 
" John J, engineer, S F, res 1164Camp- 

bell 
" John J, saloon, NW cor Washington 

and 7th, ^s 7;U Union 
" Joa J, laborer, rea 7.34 Union 
Collina Jos V, removed to 8 F 
" Julia Mrs, rea 167 8th 
" Liaae Miss, res 866 Peralta 
" Louise Miaa, res 764 9th 
" Maggie Misn, domestic, 915 Grove 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 167 8th 
" Mary E Miss, bookkeeper H M Col- 
lins, rea 1823 Short 
" Maurice J, dentist S P Tate Jr, rea 

2114 San Pablo ave 
" Myrtle Mise, employe P P Pub Co, res 

1 1th and Brush 
" Nellie M Miss, operator W U Tel Co, 

res 1661 16th 
" Nicholas J, groceries, 167."> Grove, 

res .")87 25th 
" Nora N Miss, res 2114 San Pablo 

ave 
" Patrick H, laborer S P Co, rea 1661 

16th 
" Patrick M, res 2114 San Pablo ave 
" Pauline Mrs, res .")33 Knox ave 
•' |{<.),t, res 19.'2 San Pablo ave 
• Wm, res 167 8th 

:' Wm H, clerk H M Collins, res 1823 
.Short 
' Collnian Bernanl, plast* rer. res 7(M) 
Franklin 
" Warner J, plastoror, rea 716 Webster 



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Collyer (Jeo F, letter carrier, 
• l-2th 
" Jacob, carjienter S P Co, i"fes J728 

12th 
" see alw Collu-r 

(-olman Edward, paper hanger, rea ^26 
Caatro 
" J F.MisB, res 7M> 16th ave 
" John, wixul turner I' C MiH &. 

6-eff9tro~ 
" Juhus, fnrniture new and second 

hand, 4(il> and 471 I'Jth, rua same 
" nee alio Colfiniin 
Colquhoun Catherine Mrs, rea 7H7 
ICth 
" John M, clerk, rea I 141 E I7th 
" Joa A, jouriiahst, r«8 1141 E 17th 
Colson Alphone, employe Alain da Mac 

Co's quarry, res same 
" Chas, employe Alameda Mac Co'a 

quarry, res same 
"' Edward, engi'neer Claremont Rock 
_Co'd^aafTy, »>«« Vernon ave tiv Col- 
lege ave. mail N Teniescal 
" (ieo. employe (' C L Co, res same 
" (iuatave, employe Alameda Mac Co's 
<juarrv , res same 
Colter .lohu, brick! lyer V L Fortin 
*' tee also Con lit r ■ 
Columbia Rowing C lub, club house foot 

of 6th ave 
Coluaa (The) (lodgings) Mra M E Horr 

pr pr, 1()10\ Washington 
Colva Jos, laborer Judaon Manufactur- 
ing Co 
Colville Frank C, electrical engineer, res 
1503 7th ave 
" S M Mrs. res l.')O.S 7th ave 
Colvin Cha.s L, atty at law and notary 
public, 8Mh Broadway, rms 7 and 8. 
rea 653 7th 
" Frank L, floris", 674 E 32d, res aame 
" Jaoe Mrs, res 672 E .34th 
"MA Mrs, res 306 13th 
Combatalade Louis, rea e a 12th nr 

Powell, mad <i Iden (iate 
Co)ii\>er Jas, car inspector S P Co, res 

1614 8th 
Comba Angus \V, American Granite and 
Marble Works, office 460 Dth, res 
1673 (irove 
Comerford Elizabeth Misf, dressmaker, 
res w 3 Telegraph ave nr 41at, mail 
N Temeacal 
" Sarah Mrs, res w s Telegraph ave nr 

4 1 at, mail N Teniescal 
" Vincent, carpenter W T Veitch & 

Bro 
Comfort John, Bwitchman S P Co, res 
1772 Atlantic 
" L, painter, roa White House 
Comingor Alice Mrs, res 1018 6th ave 
Commercial Union Hotel, Diedrich Bruna 
propr, Park ave nr I'^mery Station 



Coinmina Annie E Miss, clerk Miss M .1 

Coinmins*. res 866 E 12tli ^ 
" John K. farmer, rea 86b E I'Jth 
" Mary .1 Mies, confectionery, 614 K 

l2tit, res 866 E I'Jth 
" sre nln<i ('nininin^ 
Comozio .]u!>, einplcye (' C \. Co. res 
same 
ttpa ni 'iia-o f the Forest. Aluient < h- 
der of Forestt-rs, Maid ilarian ( ir- 
cle No 11(1, nietts every Thiiisilay 
evening at California Hall, Jul.') 
Clay 
'• of the Forest. A C) F, Pri<le of tho 
Forest Circli- No 122, meets evtry 
Monday iveniiig at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, Franklifi and 11 th 
■' of the Forest, A O K of America. 
Oakland Circle No 3. meets 2d and 
4th Mimday evening in each inunth 
at Dania Hall, 864 i Broadway 
" of the Korewtj A o F ul Amef'tett. ' 
Olivet Circle No 126. meets 2d and 
4th Monday e\ enings in each month 
at Klinknirrs' Hall. (Jolden (Jat*; 
Comj)aiiy A, Fifth Infmitry Regiment. 
N (; C, A L Smith captain, mcts 
every 'I'hursclay evttning at Military i 
Hall. 377 1 2th - 
•■ F, Fifth Ihfantry Regiment. X (i C. i 
1 F Hayes captain, meets every 
M''hday evening at Military Hall, : 
377 12th ! 

Compino Andrea, res Ist ave nr Sum- 
mer, mail N Temescal 
" John, l^bo^er, res Ist ave nr Summer, ' 

mail N Temescal 
Complita Louis, cook M F Bochmer, rea 

8.'»8 Castro 
Compomeiiosi Aiigclo. laborer, res 1st 
ave nr Summer, mail N Temescal 
•' Mary Miss, res 1st ave nr Summer, 
mail N Tcjiescal 
Compton Amy R Mra, res lieulah Park 
" Kilen Mrs, rea 066 Cheater 
" Frank W, res !t66 Chester 
'• Oi-neva F Miss, milline). rea lienlah 

Park 
Coinptoii J/tnn/ T, removed to Stockton, 
Cal 
" Horatio N, carriage maker F W 

Davis, res lieulah Park 
Compton J l\ l\n\ lemoved to .San .lose, 
Cal 
Kenneth H, conductor S P Co, res 

B-'rkidey 
Nannie Miss, rt-H !l66 Chi.ster 
Nellie Miae, music teacher, i-e^ T)66 
Chestf-r 
'I'hoa S, employe American Biscuit 
Co, S F, res '.MKi Chester ^ 
Wm B, cI'tU. S F, res '.t66 Chester 
Comstock Ail»ert \', mining supt, res 
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C0M8I0CK CEABLES Jf (C N 
Oonutook &, Co) 468 tftE, res Qlen 
Edia a. 

COHSTOCK C H 4; CO (C N Comttool) 
real^eatftte »nd uiAoagers Alamed» 
Coaoty. Branoh loBurince Co of 
''North Amerio*, 4^8 9th 
Edith MJM, res 12W Franklin 



Edna F Miss, steaogmpher and type 

writer £ M Gibson, res Liaooln 

Traot. PiedmoDt 

li8Sr4M>-Liiioola ^ract,~Pied- 

moot 
Humer G, special agt Gonnauia Life 

Ids Co of N Y, 960 BroMlwar, rec 

215 13th 
Mamie E Mm, salealidy Taft ft Pen- 

noyer. res 1266 Franklin 
Mark E, bridge foreman S P Co, res 

1712 Taylor 
Mury B Mis^ student, res 660 26th 
Smith, • sawmill owner, Tulare 

County, res Lincoln Traot, Piedmont 
,j;es-fi60:26th- 



Conant John, architect, 957 Broadway, 
rms 22 and 23, res Portland ave or 
4th, Lake Merritt Park 
Oonard June A Mra, res OldLtidieB* 

Home 
" WUlis D, druggist, res 653 E 12th 
Conaway Roberta, Miss, teacher Emory 

Dista-ict School, rea 616 9th 
Conboy Mary Mrs, res 1574 Filbert 
Concannon El.zabeth H Mrs, res 490 

Orchard ave 
'* Thos, r^s 8 a 44th nr Telegraph are, 

mail N Temaacul 
" Wm, trackman S P Co, res 1813 Wil 

Ham 
" Wm N, contractor and builder, res 

490 Orchard ave 
Concordia Kebekah Lodge No 162, I O 
O F, meets ever? Saturday evening 
at Germania Hall 
Condit Ira M Bav, missionary to Chi 

nese aui naatorJEirat^Preabyterian 

Chinese Miasion Church, res 262 
13th 
*' Ira M Mrs, State sec Occidental 
Board of Foreign Missions, rea 262 
ISth 
" J H, salesman J C Wills, res Golden 
-.Gat« 
Condon ThOs P, shovmaker Henry Hall, 

res 914 Pine" 
Cone Annie Mias, tailoress, res 1715 At- 
lantic 
<* Chas, employe C C L Co, res 1716 

Atlantio 
*' John, blicksmith S P Co, rea 1716 

Atlantic 
" John Jr, clerk, res 1716 Atlantio 



Cone, see eilao Ooen 

Coney Jacob A, clerk A Marks, res 360 

8th ^ 

Congdon Emesi N, route agt 8 F Ch$r<m- 

iefe, res 116 6th 
" Laura A Mrs, res 906 Broadway, rm 

79 
Conger Benjamin S, patten maker, S F, 

. res 1062 Kirkham 
" B e nja m in T, j o b- printing, 1461 7 th, I 

res 1062 Kirkham 
♦•ME, author, res 959 Clay 
Congregational A'isociation of Christiui 

Chine8er,^K»8th~~::: r L : __ ■ 
Congreve Walter M, aolioitor D F Cam- 
eron, res Girard Hotel 
CoakliavChas, res NE oor MoKee and 

Kiiu;, mail Lorin * 
" Frank G, glove mfr, S F, res 1826 4tk 

ave 
" Henry L; iKfokkeeper Wm Tobin, res 

570 24th 
" Henry L Jr, res 670 24th 
" Lillie Miss, artist, res jS28 14th r 
Conkliog Annie Mrs, r^a 622 16th 

" Ddunis, hostler/ P Pumyea, res 761 

Waahinyton 
*' John, Stucco Works, 362 0th, rea 

same 
"J^ha, taimitar Pav Co, res Berke- 
ley . 
" P, laborer Cable R Co, res 688 2701 
Conlin Anna Mies, domestic, 1056 Grove 
" Elisabeth Mrs. res 809 22d 
<' Jas E, plumber, res 809 22d 
" Lizzie Miss, seamstress, res 809 22d 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 809 22d 
Conloi) Alice Miss, res 66 i Linden 
" Annie Mrs, res 831 Magnolia 
" Ohax,. driver, res 831 Magnolia 
" Henry, engineer, res 824 Henry 
" John, lather, res 654 Liuden 
" John D, lather, res 654 Linden 
" Kate Mi«8, dressmaker, res 664 Lin- 
den 
" Lizzie Mias, student, res 664 Linden 
" BmULA, moulder, res 824^enry 
<' ^1^ domestic, 1721 13th ave 
OONHECnCUT FIRE DrSURAHCE 
CO (of Hartf urd. Conn) H E Dusin- 
bury agent, 469 9th 
Connell G^eo W, bricklayer, res 1730 

Linden 
" John, steward str Queen, S F, rea 

1269 12th 
" Kate Mrs, houtekeeper, rea 1315 

Grove 
" Mary Mrs, res 1269 12tb 
" May Miaa, res 1269 12th 
" Robt, res 469 24th 
" Rose Miss, res 1269 12th 
Connell ab L%wrenoe, employe S P Co, 
rea 1724 12th 



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" Ueaak. h**ua*T, rw 761 WMhlB(t4»a 
" Pnmoia, Uborar. m 068 Mh 
*' Jaxry, Uborw. r«a 700 2atb 
'* John, eat r»pMi«r fi P Go. rea 1771 
Wiltum 
John, Uborer, ras 674 80ih, id«U 



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Martin, emplojs Cal CoUon Milla 
Oo, i«s6&8Lu>4fln 
" MMkMl, plaaterar. r«« 703 28tb 
" Mionle, ehMaharmaid Piedmoot 

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" Patriok, eppreatiee mAohiAiat S P 

Co, i«e 1676 AtUntio 
" Winak Mxv, rti 1676 AtUatio 
CooDer Medeitne M Miai, bookkefper 

AMtd 4 Co. rea 774 Uth 
" Millie MiM, stoaMt, ree 770 Uib 
" 8«Bil» MXtoo, ree Or>Bt«ad Ucioa 
Conaera J & Oo ( J Oonaen) ooaamisaioa 

merohante, 467 ilth 
^. '-'- John (J Conanre A^fHrfm^ Pff"^ aad 

Ellta,tiona 
" John F, reporter Tribune, res 1115 

Jat k*oa 
" John J, driver J CoaaerB 4 Co, re« 

1004 6th 
" Margaret Misa, taaeher Cola Sehool, 

ree 1116 Jaduoa 
" MoUie E MiiLtrwhnr^Manil High 

Sobool, lea 1116 Jaokeon 
" Nettie Miaa. enpliye Mre Hit Jack 

■oa, ree Ixntn 
Coanerton Martia, 

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Conadlj B^T, labor 

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" £, maohiaiat O Cable R Co. re* 

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" Delia Miaa^doawtio, 946 Magnoli* 
" John, oarrapairer 8 P Co, rea 1771 

Wilttaok. - 
'< Mary Mra, ree 1771 William 
" NicheUa. batoheK, ree NW eor Hal- 
lei ave aad Ovaeo, mail Ooldeo 

Gate 
'^Owan, traok foniiaaa 8 P Co, ns 

Berkeley . 
" Patrick, lab rer. rea 963 36tk 
" Patrick, trackoMua 8 P Co 
" Wiaaie Miaa, employe C C L Co, ree 

1771 William 
Connor Jennia^C Mrfl^ ree 999 Chester 
" Lamber B, laborar, ree 611 3d . 
"MA Mrt, ree 2104 San Pablo ave 
" M W, real eetate, 8 F, ree 202 8th 
" Nellie Miak, ree 202 8th 
" Patnek, laborer Jadaon Maaafaotnr^ 

iog Co, ree 223 Bttie 
" Wm A H, real eeitete, 8 F, ree 1802| 

10th 



laborer, res 1063 
r, ree 1380 Broad- 



Conaera Alio* Mtta. tmpLoye C C L Ca, 

ree 146:1 l*Ui ^-- 
" Anna M MIm, eaxiOoye C C L Oo, ree 

1468 12th 
" AnaU Miea, ree 664 20th 
" Coraeliae, ree 106 < 24th 
Margaret Mci, re« 664 20th 
y k>, IV flUA «antk 

e, ras 664 20th 
" Patriek, laborer, ree Charter Oak 

Hotel 
" Tinw>thy, Ubom- 8 P Co 
" Wm, OMh boy, ree 834 Franklin 
Coorad Alexaadar, vegetable peddler, ree 

767 Webeter 
" D Miae, ree 1106 Jaokeoa 
" Eloniee Mra, ree 767 Webeter 
Coaradi Phi iu (Cooradi 4 Goldberg, 8 

F) ree 224 4Ui 
Conroy Engeste Cavitehman 8 P Co,rea 

1863 Taylor 
" John, black>mith, rea 477 6tb 
" John, horaaahoer J BohAo.rea Roed^'a 

'' J^DTrollOT Pao I 4 N Wka, ree 1007 

3d 
" John, etoaecntter, ree 1166 36th 
" John O, box maker, ree 1007 8d 
" J«« D, tailor, ree 1682 28d ave 
" Jolia Miae, domeetio, 1861 Jaokeon 
" Kate Miae, hoaa^keeper Gieeohea 

Honae 
** Biaggie Miaa, domeetio, 864 Willow 
" Maggie Mian clerk. M F, ree 1662 

28d ave 
" M«ry Miae, mneio teacher, ree 166^ 

23d ave 
" Michael F, tailor M J Keller Co, rea 

1662 2Sd ave 
" Mollie Miae, ree 1007 3d 
" Saaan K Miaa, donuetic, 1564 10th 

ave 
Conry Edward, clerk J Koraahrena, ree 

1312 Weafc 
" Baanah Mre, ree 1312 Weet 
" Henry, atone maaon,.ree 1312 j/^eet 
Conaedine Edward, meat cutter L Peree, 

fee 764 6th 
" Maggie H Miaa, ree 764 6th 
" Mary J Mra, groceriea, 218 6th, rea 

466 3d 
" Patrick, lee 466 3d 
Cooeolidated Piedmont Cable Co, E A 

Heron pree, E W Pleyter vice pree, 

H P Garthwaite Bopt and aec, NK 

cor 24tt and Oakland ave 
Consolidated Piedmont C^le Co'e baae- 

ball and Reoreation (koandi, a a 

24th nr Cable Power Honae 
0<niata»tiBe A, fmita, 1268 Grove, ree 

e ame 
OOHBTirnTIOH WISB B001I& 

Edward J Koenig proprietor, 114.8 
E liA oortSd ave 



I. F. TNOMPSON'9 SUde Valye 6PIUt» Ottilia, St. Johna Stesun 
Piaton Paddnff RLiin, 0«tcliell & Treatia. Mg»«l\W: Piaton Kod Packin 

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oommxas' oomxRoiAL oo. 

•xeoatiT« o&om, K«w Yo/k.-J F 
8b«et BDMugvr for OakUnd Mid 
AlMnad^ ^ffioe 460 »fch I 

Conaomen' Y«Mt and VbMtpir Works, | 
OmUt Brown pn*, Ohriman BmM 
••0, Phillh) Mailer cupt faotoryj 
187^-1S76 5th , { 

Coaterao KfcUe Mr».clar k Mm 8 Qowen.' 



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Conterry Ann B Mrs, res 121S Kirkham 
Cooti AJribar, mfr mbber at«mpa, 1206 

7tli, rrs aama 
OOVTRA 008TA LAUVDBT 00, 6 

H HalliU preaidnit, P E Ddfeon 
v^» presiaenfe, J U Oriawold aaara- 
Ury tmd traason-r. Pliny BarUatt 
auperifl^Mft^Unif 8W cor lith and' 
Kirkham. offioa 867 Broadway | 

OOrniA 006TA nCKLSWbKKS 

(Jaoob Krattiirer and Oihmar Mul-| 
ler) 8E cor Webster a* d let • 

OOHTBA COSTA WATKR CO. 

Henry Pierce prtaident, oinoe 458 



Cook CbM, jnrdwMr Old Lftdiaa* H^...^. 

rea • e Undan Una, mnil N TmmmmI 

" Chaa J, sTipmaa O OaU« ft Oo, rat 

567 lOtS 
" CkM W. aUrk, no lSf6 Undan 
" CoMimna P, ftrtiat, rat 516 4ad, mnO 

N TsatMMMU 
" Daisy Miaa, atadmt, rm 6S7 7tli 
B R bfikoBiMi fl P (^ft nrt M7 ?th 



»tir 

" Costa Water Go's Pumping Works, 

2lBt ave and E 23d 
" CoaU Water Go's Sbopa, Wm J Max- 
well foreman, SW oor Webatar and 
Ist 
Contrtriaa Fredk, teamster OPav Co, rea 
40ta nr Market, mail N Temeaoal 

GOHYEHT OF OUB LAD7 OF 
THE 8ACBXD HSAET. Mother 

Elisabeth saperior provindal. Sister 

Mary Tb|us de St Joaeph treasurer, 

Sister Mary Mathilcfe ' secretary, 

16»4Webater 
Converae Albert, ahipping clerk, rea 

Pardee House 
!' Chai M, Bupt Potrero Station, 8 F 

Oas Light Co. 8 F. rea 953 Madison 
" E C Mrs, res Pardee Hooae 
" Harry C, oaehier Geo H TViy & Co, S 

F, rea^ Pardee House 
" Henry 8, mght'chtef operator W U 

Tel (^o, S F, rM 970 Madiaon 
Conway John P, oigar maker A D Deo- 

nie, reel 407 Fninklin 
** lAura M Misarcompomtor, 459 9th, 

resSF 
" ThoK, teamster' Mt V Cem, rea s s 

Columbus ave nr Broadway, mail N 

Temeaoal 
Coogao Miohael,ioniate Ioda#trial Home 

for Adgll Blind 
" ^Timothy, atty at law, 8 F, rea 1217 

FUbert . 
" tee alto Cogan 

Cook Alexanner J, res 626 E Uth 
" Alioe L Miaa, rea 461 9th 
" Andrew R, oattle buyer, rea 626 E 

14th 
" Caroline Mra. rea 1878 9th 



" Edna A MiaB,bookkaaper John Cneh- 

ing * Son, ra« 635 18ui 
" Edward P, bookkeeper Wm J |>ia. 

goa. rea8lft20kli 
" Ka alj Mias, t a 1226 14th 
COOK nUnST JL oomtmatioaw, 10G7 

Waakington. rm 634 18th 
" Frank« olerk Harri«ui A Bovoa, res 

B«^«Uy 
" Frank, employe O C L Co. rM aama 
" Geo, fireman 8 P Co. raa 802 WtK>d 
" 0«o W, ohemin, 8 F, ree ISSM Undan 
^' Geo W. nailer Pao I A N Wka, r«s 

727 8th 

" Oeo W Jr, derit, 8 F, rn 1326 Uxt- 
jJMI 1 ^ 

•• H Mra. re. 557 7th * 

" Harriet Mrs, dreasmiker, 635 Uth, 

rM rrTPT 
. " Hmuj. painter, rea 829 Myrtle 
«• Ira, <dcrk, 8 F, res 1720 12th are 
" J, brak#man 8 P Co 
" Jane Mrs. rea 6M 18th 
" John O (Knox A Cook) rea 1218 Cy- 

I»«aa 
'• John F. ooUeetor Whittier, Falter A 

Ob, res 1226 Uth 
" John T, loogahoreman, S F, rea 1719 

Ldnooia 
" Jos, saloon, 1816 and 1818 7th, rea 



inder T, carpenter, rea A46| 20th 

llliaa Miss, student, rea 952 8th 
Lizzie Mra, boasek<eper, 1627 19th 

ave 
Lircie M Miss, stenographer, 8 F,res 

I22614ih 
Msry Mrs, rea Hotel Del Monte, 

mail Golden Gate 
Millie M'ta, rrs 13789th 
NsnoT A Mm, res 821 Wuhington 
Napoleon B, caipenter Bumham- 

Standeford Co. res Alameda 
Nellie Miss, teacher Lafayette School, 

res 1826 Linden 
Oliver, engineer, 8 F, rea 218 7th 
Peter» oompoaitur O^land Enquirer, 

res 1226 14th 
8 M Mrs, res 680 lOth 
Tfaoa K, salesman Kohler A Chaae.rea 

659SOth 
Walter A, aalooh, 663 Park ave. rea 

1210 E 11th 
W E, pardeoer Wm Metcalf, res 

aame, mail N Temeaoal 



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<e CO., 

37 Market Bt»tt*t, B. P. 



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Wm, employe COW Co, m Oreg- 
017 Kook, rm d6 
'* Wm D, r^ Fraitvale are ar E 27tb, 
^ FniitTii*, m*il mud* 
** Wm N, bookkeeper, S F. r«f 2185th 
" Zipporah Mim, oomeetio, IM Lake 
Oooke Alioe, domcetio W T Barton, 
Piedmont 



{-Miu, i«i 17bU lOtb ave 
F it, aalenman Amerioan Wringer 
Co, ree S F 
" Frauk W, eriater, ree 1309 Sth 
" Oraoie M Miaa, res 1227 Lindeo 
" H le Mn, widow, res 1227 Uodea 
" Horaoe T, res 1769 10th ave 
*' J F R, solioitor American Wringer' 
Co, res 8 F I 

COOES JOHV Li r«^ entate and insur 
ance^6lU ti 11th, res 1709 lOtb 
Jo* P, student, res 1227 Linden 



Cooper John H, proof reader Oakland 

An^nirer, res Berkeley 
" Jos, labi>rer, res 601 3d 
" Lottie Miss, rea 738 Heary 
" Phibp, rsi 1026 7tii av* ^ 

" Tbos, oarpmtrr, res Hopkins nr 

Pro sp ec t ave, FreitTaU, mail care P 



" Walter A, miner, rea 671 SOtb 
"«Wm, b ikr maker 8 P Co. res 767 

Cuopbell 
Co-operativ« Boot and Shoe Co, Cha* 

Frank mgr, 853 WaaliingtoD 
" PaitfttXkg Co (Eafeba Hoagfa, 
Iknaaod Jones, G«o H Sheffield ud 
\ WUbor Westlake) 359 7th 
Coos John, stairboildert re* Clarendon 
Honte 
avel Coots John W. plnmba* J A ELaffetto, 
• 668 27th 



8 F. re* 



8 J, bookkeeper J L Cooke, res 1769; Cope Geo W, stookbroker, 

10th are, 1427 Filbert 

Wm H Ray, 8 8 mission work, res " Grace Muw^ student^ r^ H27 Jiiberi 



tJH Mign-Hr 



m 1624 8th 
Bros, S F, 



Tooks L (Cook* Bros, 8 F) 
Wm bi employe Cook* 
TfM 1524 8th 

COOLBUSSSLL H. D D B. dentist. 
lUft Brondway, re* Hotel Metro^ 

Kl*. rm* IS, 13, 14. 15 and 16 
vgh E Mr*, re* 1651 9th are 
COOlifilTH nTADlOBS. librarian 
Oak and Free PubUe Library, rea 
1267 Webater 

8 F,: 



Cooley M Van Horn, in* solioitor, 

res 581 Cnledonia avn 
Cooiidge Eatelle Miss, res Wayne ave 
" GeoW, oo&e roaster, 8 F, res 760 

Ath 
'« Jarnt* C, died Feb 14, 1S92 
" Looisa J Mrs, res 817 Franklin 
" Mary E Mrs, res Wayne ave 
Coon U P Mrs, res 11 &7 Alice 
Cooney Cath«rine Mrs, ree 1771 Ooss 
" Geo, linenuuh^|ie*-M43^9d 
" Tho* B, condactor S P Co, res 1653 

12th 
" Thos I, moulder, res 1771 Goes 
Cooper Agnes MiiB, res 816 Campbell 
" Bartlett, clerk W " 

"^th ave 



** Warner W, stty at law, 8 F. res 
1427 t-Ubert 
' Copelaod Alexander, carpenter S P Co. 
I re8618£17th 

" Clara E Miaa. atadent, res 688 24th^ 
I " Ira V, blacksmith, 1631 Grove. M 
I 683 24th 
" I>aao, capitalist, res 68S 24th 
• Wm E. cljvk Wells. Fargo & Co. res 
716 9th 
I Coph MA, employe C C L Co, res same 



OOPLIV A. proprietor A Coplin's Cor 
Set Uousf, 1 167 Broadway, ree 586 
3l8t.._^ 
" Albert D, contractor and bailder, re* 
536 2l8t 

" A COPUH^ CORSET HOITSS. 

imported and American oor8et« 
and waists, ponpee »ilk corset* a 
■pecialtv. 1157 Broadway 
" Ethel A Miss, res 536 3Ut 
Copp Chas W, carpenter, res ^08 5th 
" Nettie M Miss, res 308 5th 
Coppe Antoinette Mrs, rea 866 Isabella 
Coppook E. saleaman R J Biieby, res 
J069 Gn.ve 
B Hardy, res 1025 Coqueoguiot Gustave H, teacher matbe- 
maiics 8t Mary's College, res 566 



Cyras B, barber, res 738 Henry 39th, mail Oakland 

Edmand M^ gen sapt Wells, Fargol Corboll P, brakeman S P Co, res 866 
& Co, 8 F, res 933 Adeline William 

Edward T, architect, 968 24th, res Corbert Annie L Mra. ree 757 8th 



Kelfe, 



same 
Frank, bookkeeper Wheeler & 

Alameda, re* 1025 7th ave 
Frank, saloon, 679 3d, rea 601 3d 
Frank W, ship carpenter, res 601 3d 
Jaa, saloon and groceries, ^DSPeralta, 



8 P Co, res 816 



Jaa, shipwright 
'- C«mpb^l 



Corbett Elisabeth Miss, res 1 180 E 15th 
" Emma Miss, res 1 80 E Uth 
" Jaa, salesman, 8 F, re* 1180 E 15th 
" Katie Miss, res 817 Filbert 
" Mary Miss, res 817 Filbert 
•• Sarab Mrs, ^817 Filbert 

Corcoran Jss, r s 7 Watts 

Curdan Antooe C. barber. S F, rea 368 
E 16th 



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Oordftn Honot* Mrs. re* S«8 E 16kh 
"Jos, plumber W J .Bterick. jfla-.aa3 JE 

i6th ' 

" Mfty A MiM, rM 868 R 16th 
Oordano Antonio, bootblaok, NE cor*7th 

and WMhingtoD. r«8 711 Myrtle 
" ft Ba rbegeUta (i iiohele Cordano an<) 
QiovMmi B*rbeg^U) fmite, 865 

Wood ♦ \ 

I, VoikUcV NW 



" GioTanai, 

Pablo ave and 1 4th, ree 
tie 



cor 8ao 
1718 Myr I 



ComeliiM Fred, carpet eleaaer^ 869 WeUt 

•t er, ree eame 
~''~T9Eartiborer Jsdaon UtaOo 
Co^eU OfaerE, oiuhier 'Pniton Iroo 
Workk, 8 7, re» S6 Bella Viata are 
" Chaa S, oontraotor aad builder, lee 

561 E 18lh 
" l>aii J, olerk Whittier, Paller ft 



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^** ^nhn, bootbUok etanrt, 9W cor 14th 

and Broadway, res 711 Myrtle 
" John, laborer, roe 1370 13tA 
OOBBAVO J0& dealer in gravel, eaod. 

dirt and ehelle, 678 Sd, ree eame 
" Looia. bootblaok. 7th and Market, ree^ 

9253d 
" Mellio. employe C C L Co, ree 1379 

13th. 
" Michele (Cordaao ft Barbagelata) rea 

655 Myrile 
Oorder Amy B MIm, res 1118 Rmsh 
" A rt ha r Bf bookke e per TW <;prferr 



res 1118 Brash 
" Frank S. foreman T W Corder, ree 
. Lori n, inail L^irin 
"""Jas G, gloo Bifr,~n^ s Datton jm« nr 

Oreen, ree aaiae, mail Golden Gate 
OOKDSB THOXAfl W. tanner, Bay 
«od. CJnion are. Stock Yards, re* 
1118 Brash, maU Oakland 
Gordes Anna A Miss, teacher Harrison 

School, r«s Alameda 
" Herman C, commercial traveler, S F, 

ret 1077 12th ' 
" Robt, rea 1 236 Bray ave, Fmitvale- 
OordieU Thoa, died Aag 20, 1891 
" J Mrs, widow, rW 1405 Webetei- ' 
Cordray Nephi, farmer, res Shney ave 

nrE27tb. Froitvale 
Corey John J, telegraph editor &ximi$»er, 

8 F, res 859 Myrtle 
" Nels. plasterer, rea 1601 Market 
Corkeiy yeli&is J. saleaman J A Joy 
nth ave 
Geo S. aoooantant, S F, re* Henry 
Hooae 
" Phillip, Bwitohman S PCo, res M63i 

7th 
" PbillipJr.mitlhaDdOaklandSaahand 

Door Co. res 14634 7th 
Corlars Sarah Miss, res 409} 12th 
Corlett Laura Mias, res 613 9th 
" Mary A Mrs, res 618 9th 
Corley Thos, nursery. 1254 Old County 

road oor 26th are, res same 
Coriiss Elihut M, janitor Presoott 

Mohool, res 1620 8tb 
" EUa Miss, student, rea 1620 8th 
" Hattie Miss, teacher Presoott School, 
res 16208th 
Corabergar Cbas, painter, r«a 1024 28th 



" .Geo, oooduotor Con P O Co. res 

Summer, Oiklaad Heights 
'* Geo P, mining, roa 909Jadkaaii 
" Jaa, sfaipwrighti.Tes^GiBielm House 
" S. porter. S F. rea Oirard Hotel 
** 8 Mrs. rss 1166 Broadway rm 26 
" Thoa F. botdief, res 606 0th 
Comey S F Miss, rea 609 16th 
Coming Michael, traokmA 8 P Oo 
Cornish Edward* waitw P P Cbr Co. ree 

1516 6th 
Comor Chaa B. aupr C W Cornor, ras 

917 Webster 
^ Chaa W, ahoetaakvr and city lioetkse 
inspector; 3j2 12th, ree 917 Web- 
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" Jessie D Miaaf a^hnolteaoher Hayea' 

District, res 917 Webster 
Cornwall Alice H Miss, stenographer 
Land Title Co. res 1360 S fib ave 
^' Ambroae, dentist. 1069 Broadway, res 

. NEoorSidand Webster 
" Ambrose F, stodaot, res NK cor 22d 

and Webster 
" Benry F, boots and shoes, 1160 E 

14th. res 1369 24th ave 
ComweU Alkantft Mrs, res 814 Oak 
" J n, farmw, res 1 12^ nth are 
" Minnie-Biiss, res 1128 11th ave 
OOSOnSR 07 ALAMEDA OOUHTT. 

Henry Evers, 86S Washington 
Corothera Mary Mrs, res 563 5th 
Corrao Francisoo. laborer 8 P Co, rea 

1476 8d * 

" Manuel. laborer, rea 754 Wo'hI 
Corrigan Annie E Miaa, res SE oor ?6th 

ave and Old County road, Frult-'^ 

vale 

do 8, arohitect, rea SE cor 26th 

ai^ and Old Coaaty road, Fmitvale. 

mail aame 
" Daniel, teamater Con P C Co, rea n a 

Mather nr Piedmont ave 
" Jaa U, salesman, S F, r«a 818 Bruah 
" John S, carpenter logler ft Atkioaon, 

rea SE cor 26th ave and Old County 

road, Fmitvale 
" Uoyd W, atndeat, res SE oor 26th 

ave and Old Conaty road, Pruitvale 
" Owen E, atudent, rea 1013 5th 
" Beter, res 1018 6tk 
" Peter, painter, rea Brandon nr Fruit* 

vale ave. Fmitvale 
Corrine^Frank J, aalsMnnn J Harris, rea 

852 Castro 



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Accurata Marfc«t Reports. 

Cheapest Peper in the West. 
ei.60 Per YjM-. 



Oott«r Juli* Mra, re* 967 Cypnn 
' Maggi« MiMs rm 85S 31*t 
" M«r/ MiM, rM I407S::Mtro 
** Matv Mra, r«a 863 SIst 
" Pfttnck J, porter Cabl« R Co,>r«a 

677 Cbirter 
" Peter J, reporter Oakland Morning 

'fimei f raff 1 1 1 7 Waahington ^ 

^*'iTMfff MtT'""^*', ' ^""7 "^il^'B")! " Th-n, TrhTinun, S P. re« 1407 Ca 

" Lotti« Biiaa rea 1667 William Cottey Chaa, painter, rea w a San Pablo 

C<Hrte Louis, laborer, re« 659 liarriaon i ave or Powel', mai[ColdeiLGate 
CSwrWr J, laborer S P Co |4,'ottier O Maude Tllsa. delivery 



Corkage EJvard L, apeoial police officer, 

iw 1667 William 
" Edward %, oar iJleaoer S P Co, rea 

1667 WinUuiL 
**^ Fred W^.oar cleaner 8 PCo. rea 1667 

WUliam 
" Hurry JL, employe Cal Door Co, rea 

1667 VYiUiam 



Gorwin— 6^TJT) t», dentiat, 483 14th, 

-rm 2, rea 1612 8th 

'* CbaaS, hooae ^iater, rea 2966 Tele- 
graph are, m il^ Temeacal 
" E A Mra, rea 1512 8th 
" Everett engineer P Co, rea 1018 

Wood 
Cory Herman R, moaician. rea 618 8th 
Ooacp J, laborer Judaoa Mtg Co 
Coaelli Baailio, blaokamith J Pierotti, rea 
661 Grove 



DOi ureve -■ uaieo, sarclei 

Cosmopolitan Hall, 2969 TelegT«ph^Y€U__i6X-4^ — 



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W U Tel Co, res 861 Lydia 
" Emily Mra, res 861 Lydu 
" Battle Miaa. rea 861 Lydia 
" Katie Mia^.miUiner Mra N Liyraanca, 

res 861 Lydia 
CoUle Hannah Mr*, died Feb 15, 1892 
Cotton Bros ft Co (E J and C E Cottoir 
and J B Agaasiz) brid^ie bailders 
and general contraot<ra, 478>^ lOtii. 
rms 4 and 5 
Caleb, gardener Mra M S Hard 



" Mnfenal' Building and Lpan Atsooia 

tion, P H Blake prea, 626 E 12th 
CoMvioh Antont_Jft09j:fiC_J9-P Co, rea 

'1771f7tir~_ 

Gosper Ona, laborM', rea 916 E 12th 
Coaaer Wm J,, nailer Pao i ft N Co, rea 

967 6th 
"Costa Antone, laborer S P Co, res 1866 

William 
" Antonio, laborer, res 1061 E 20th 
" Antonio, laborer, rea 820 E 12th 
" Emanuel, laborer, rea 28th ave 

and E 21 st 
" Frank, carder C&l Jute Mills Co 
" John, laborer Jndatn Mfg Co, 

162 Loaiaa 
" Joseph, laborer Jndson Mfs Co' 
" Joaeph, cook, rea 714 Peralta„rear 
" Joaeph, carrier J 8 Derby, rea 1050 EJ 

14th^ _ ^ r 1 

*^ LouiBr<9uarrym^ Pav Co, res a a 

Temeacal ave, mail- N Temeecal 
" Looiaa Mra, res 887 Bay 
" Mannel, carpenter, res 920 E 16th 
" Manilel- A.- employe Cal Jate Mills 

Co 
" Mary, finiaher Gal Jate Milla Co 
<* aes aUo EoMa 
Costello Frederick, glaaier, rea 1564^ 

7th 
" Jamea M, boiler Aaker,668 Franklin, 

rea 717 4th ^^ 

" Martin, steward Galindo Hotel, res 

23 1 9 West, mail Oakland - 
'^Patrick. Ub .rer S P Go, res NE cor 

Powell and 3d. mail Emeryville 
Costigan James M (Coetigan, Cobn ft 

Go, S F) rea 1S05 Franklin 
" John H, conductor 8 P Go 



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Chas E (Cotton Bros ft Co)^re8 

Telep-aph ave 
EdtSrd, brakeman S P C <, rea 1634 
' 14th* 

Edirara, laborer, res fiareka Hotel 
Edward, porter Fabiola Hoepital, res 
aame 

E J (Cotton Broa ft Co) res 572 lOth 
E R, awitcbman S FCo, res 1634 Uth 
Frank Mra, res 690 36th 
Frank G, cement J <ypr, res 1369 lOth 
Frank L, smploye Union Iron >A orkr, 
S F. res 590 35th 
Geo D, foreman switchman S P O, 
res 1634 Uth 
Leander F, house painter, 768 4th, 
aanie 
Gottrall C C, conductor S P Go, res 770 

Uth 
" FredG, electrician, 1019 FUbert, n 

same 
" Geo, aupt Jas Wagner MaDufacturing 

Co, «i F, rea 770 Uth 
" Harry D, res 1019 Filbert 
" Henry, clerk, S K. res 1019 Filbert 
Goucbot Geo, civil enwineer, rea w a Oak- 
land ave or Cable Power Houae 
" Maoriof«, employe B Colin, reatj F 
Gonghlin Anaie Miaa, res 1706 ]4ih 
" Annie Miss, student, res 123 Hannal'. 
"Edward, heatrr Jndann Mkuafactur- 

ing Go, res 1 23" Hannah 
" Ellen Mra, res 6)6 4th 
" Ji conductor,- 1^^6l6^th 
" John, helper 8 P Co, res 1519 7th 
" John, laborer, res 616 4th 
" John, painter, 372 7th, rea game 
" John J, bookkeeper M De La Mon 

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Coughlin Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 616 

4th 
" Mary F Mrs, res 835 Brush 
" Nellie Miss, dressmaker, res 616 

4th 
*' Timothy L, sign paiut er, res 1213 

15th ave 
" Wm, student, res 1213 15th ave 

Couido J, ironworker Judson Manufac 
turing Co 

Couitt Joseph, laborer Judson Manufac- 
turing Co 

Couiter Wm, foreman pile driver S P Co, 
res 1758 7th 

Council Jas A, carpenter, res 2031 Chest- 
nut 

Counihan John, laborer, res end of 01i%e, 
Fruitvale 

Counsel! Walter B Mrs, res 1455 Broad- 
waj' 

COUNTY ASSESSOR. K S Leckie, 

ottice Court House 

COUNTY AUDITOR, M A Whidden, 

oMice Hall of Records 

COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, 

W F B Ljuch chairman, Geo W 
Frick superintendent of schools and 
secretary ot the board, office Hall 
<if Records 

COUNTY CLERK. Jas E Crane, office 
Hall of Kei.oids 

COUNTY CORONER. Henry Evers, 
8i'>5 WashiiigtoQ 

COUNTY COURT HOUSE, ^ s Broad- 

\^av br-t 4th and 5th 
COUNTY JAIL. John C Marsh jailer, 
e s Washinatou bet 4th and 5th 

COUNTY RECEIVING HOSPITAL. 

Dr M L Johnson physician in charge, 
K H Larsea ste^vard, \v s Franklin 
bet 4th and 5th 

COUNTY RECORDER. Rod w 

Churoli. Hall of Kecords 
COUNTY SHERIFF. W H H Hussey, 

■ ■rtice C'-urt House 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF 

SCHOOLS. ' ■ \V Flick, office Hall 

COUNtV surveyor, Geo L Nus- 

baumer. office Court House 

COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR, A L 

Stone, orfice Court House 

COUNTY TREASURER, s HuflF, 

office Hall ot Records 
Couralet Jean, gardener A G Chauche, 

res S55 Alice 
" Jeanne Mis-s, employe Mme C Coin, 

res 1370 Broadway 
Couraut Benj. ^^/9 >•> ♦ 

iiier, Temescal 
•' Frank (C'ourant & Moynihan) res 
Koss House 



Courant Manuel, buggy washer Club 

Stables, res San Leandro 
" & Moynihan (Frank Courant and Geo 

Moynihan) saloon, 4(54 9th 

COURBAYRE MME. FRENCH 

LAUNDRY, 1425 San Pablo ave, 

res Alameda 
Courrier A M Mrs, dressmaker, res 

Tremont House 
" Edith L Miss, bookbinder P P Pub 

Co, res Tremont Hou.se 
" Ethel Miss, boo ''binder P P.Pub Co, 

res Tremont House 
Coursen E A Mrs, res 872 Willow 
" Florence A Miss, rfS 872 Willow 
'• Ida L Miss, operator P P Tel Cable 

Co, res 872 Willow 
Court Adeline No 7758, A O F of A, 

meets every Wednesday evening at 

California Hall. 1015 Clay 
•' Advocate No 7378, A O F,meets every 

Weiinesday evening Fraternal Hall 

(small hall) 1156^ Washington 
" Brooklyn Xo 8038, A of F of A, 

meets every Wednesday evening at 

Washingt-n HaU, 307 E 12th 
•' California Xo 202, I F, meets Ist 

and 3d Tliursday evenings, Fidelity 

Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 
" Golden Link X - 7756, A O F of A, 

meets every Monday evening at 

Grand hvm Hall, 4r9 13th 
" Harmonic Xo 7547 (German) A O P 

of A, meets every Wednesday ev- 
ening, 856i Webster 
" Lorln No 7^63, A F of A. meets 

every We<lnesday evening at Lorin 

Hall, Lorin 
" Piedmont Xo 7S0S, A F, meets 

every Tuesday evening at California 

Hall, 1015 Clay 
" Shellmfund Xo 7261, A F of A, 

meets every Thursday evening at 

Klinkner Hall, Golden Gate 
" US of America Xo 7741. A F of 

A, meets every Tuesday evening at 

Native Sons" Hall. 018 Washington 

COURT COMMISSIONER ALA- 
MEDA COUNTY. Frederick E 
Whitnej', office 90tj Broadway, rms 

7 and 8 
COURT HOUSE (county) w s Broad- 
way bet 4th and 5th 
COURT JOSEPH, boot and shoemaker 

and dealer, 1237 Peralta, res same 
" W T, porter P P C Co, res S F 
Courtian Eugene L, head miller Samm 

& Westphal, res 964 Castro 
Courtney Chas W, millhand Samm & 
Westphal, res 1711 Lincoln 
" Frank, laborer, res 1365 West 
" J D Mrs, res 1711 Lincoln 
" Jennie Miss, res 1711 Lincoln | 

" LF, mfr umbrellas, 470 13th, res S F 



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Courtney Patrick, laborer, res Charter 

Oak Hotel 
" Wm, car cleaner S P Co, res 1711 Lin- 
coln 
" Wm P, mgr L F Courtney, 470 13th, 
res Wilson ave nr Chicago ave, 
Fruitvale 
Cotmns A H, removed to S F 
" C A Mrs, janitress Swett School, res 

1409 13th ave 
" Robt, res 1409 13th ave 
" see also C'ozzens 

Covach Annie Miss, domestic, 942 Lin- 
den 
" Chas, tailor M J Keller Co, res 

Berkeley 
Covalt Curtis C, teamster J L Lyon & 

Son,res 804 12th 
Covao John, employe S P Co, res 885 

Bay 
Covell Calvin H, salesman F R Steven- 
son & Co, res 1277 5th ave 
" Lulu Miss, nurse, res 1277 5th ave 
" Mattie E Miss, bookkeeper Uhl Bros, 

res 1277 oth ave 
Covenant Hall, SE cor 13th and Clay 
Coveny John W, carpenter, res 816 Har- 
rison 
Covert Mary E Mrs, res 487 26th 
" Stephen H, foreman painter M of 
Way Dept S P Co, res 1310 Frank- 
lin 
Covington Simeon, cook St Joseph's 

Academy, res 812 Harrison 
" Simeon C, lumber surveyor, res 810 

Harrison 
Cowan Ellen C Mrs, res 1813 William 
" John A. car repairer S P Co, res 

1761 Atlantic 
" Laura A Mrs, dressmaker, res 906 

Washington 
" Mary Mrs, res 1327 E 9th 
Coward Herbert C, engineer Paraffine 
Paint Co, res w s 3d nr Folsom, 
mail Golden Gate 
" Percy H, mgr Crystal Salt Co, S F, 
res 552 Albion 
Cowell Chas H (Johnson & Cowell) res 
414 E 6th 
" Clara Mrs, res 1656 13th ave 
" John, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, 

res 367 E 18th 
" John A, carpenter, res 1656 13th ave 
" Lizzie J Miss, res 1656 13th ave 
" Richard R, carpenter and builder, res 

414 E 16th 
" R R Mrs, public medium, res 414 E 

16th 
" Thos, gardener, res 1656 13th ave 
" Thos H, carriage trimmer, res 1656 

13th ave 
" Wm H, res 1656 13th ave 
Cowen Alice Miss, student, res 533 Knox 
ave 



Cowles Leonard W, operator WU Tel 

Co, res 870 Henry 
" Lucina Mrs, res 870 Henry 
Cox Alfred H, employe S P Co, res 1 267 

Campbell 
" Geo, groceries, 202 B, res same 
" Geo E, pattern maker Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 1175 36th 
" Geo R, wood turner, res 2ij2 B 
" Geo \V, mining engineer, res Clare- 

mont ave e of Tyler, mail Oakland 
" Georgiana Miss, res 20 J B 
" Hannah Mrs, res 956 5th 
" Hattie E Miss, stenographer, S F, 

res 562 E 11th 
" Jas W, dealer land and live btock, 

res 1081 12th 
" J T Mrs, physician, 954 Broadway, 

res same 
"MA Mrs, res 956 5th 
" Margaret Miss, student, res 1081 12th 
" ME Mrs, res 562 E 11th 
COX PATRICK A (McMillan & Cox) 

res 837 Market 
" Seed and Plant Co (of S F) florists, 

Glen Echo Tract, off Piedmont ave 
" T J, conductor S P Co 
" Walter L, compositor Tribune, res 

562 E 11th 
" Wm A, candy maker F H Bruning, 

res 202 B 
Coxhead Edith M Miss, res 674 16th 
" H S, salesman, S F, res 674 16th 

COXHEAD THOMAS C, physician 

and siirgeon, Central Block, rms 10 

and 11, 1068 Broadway, res 674 16th 

Coyle Annie Miss, milliner, res 854 

Alice 
Coyle Eliza, died Sept 4, 1891 
" Geo, grauit:: cutter Amador Marble 

Co 
" Henry, fireman S P Co, res 854 Alice 
" Hugh, fireman S P Co, res 854 Alice 
" John, fireman S P Co, res 8c4 Alice 
Coyle John B, removed to Portland, Me 
" Mary C Miss, res 1267 11th ave 
" Patrick, bricklayer, res 862 Franklin 

COYLB ROBERT F REV, D D, 

pastor First Presbyterian Church, 

I4th and Franklin, res 1305 Alice 
" Rose Miss, res 854 Alice 
Coyne Dennis J, car cleaner S P Co, res 

825 Chester 
" Jas, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel 
" John, clerk P Gibbons, res 1473 7th 
" John M, blacksmith, res 825 Chester 
" Mary Miss, res 674 26th 
" Mary E Mias, dressmaker, res 825 

Chester 
" Michael, car repairer S P Co, res 825 

Chester 
" Thos, laboier, res s s Park ave nr 

Hubbard, mail Emeryville 
" see also Coin 



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Coza'lo J, quarryman Pav Co, rts Craig J A Mrs, res 177 8th 



Temescal 
Cozzens Arthur E, mill hand McManus 

& Gartner, res 172 2d 
" Frank H, plumber J Wilson, res 172 

2d 
" Jerusha A Mrs, res 172 2d 
" see also Corisins 
Crabb Emily Mrs, widow, res 1055 

Dennison 
Crabtree Convus L, general baggage agt 

S P Co, S F, res 616 15th 
" Eunice G Mrs, res 1653 Grove 
" Lottie Miss, rcs 661 lefferson 
" Thomas B, horseshoer, 406 6th, res 

551 38th 
" Warren C, asst agt S P Co, 14th 
Street Depot, res 616 15th 
Crackles Richard M. house and sign 
painter, 1157 E 14th, res 660 
Valdez, E Oakland 
Cracknell Annie Mrs, res 823 Adeline 
Craddock Chas F, atty at law, 863 Alice. 

res same 
" Geo W, printer, S F, res 1607 Market 
" Jessie H Miss, res 863 Alice 
Craffe Henry, res 1552 21st ave 
'" Jof-ie Miss, res 1052 21st ave 
Craft Eliza B Mrs, widow, res 811 11th 
" Harry M, general agt Wolff & Ran- 
dolph, S F, res 811 11 th 
Mabel C Miss, res 1551 0th ave 



Jtssie Miss, domestic, 461 Edwards 
" John, porter P P C Co, res 1865 

William 
" Marion W Mrs, dentist, 10'J5 Wash- 
ington, rm 14, res same 
" Kobt, longshoreman, res St Louis 

House 
" Robt, laborer, S F, res 560 Franklin 
" Victor, with Dewey Pub Co, S F, res 

177 8th 
" Wm, clerk Chailes Wiedersheim, res 

Oakland ave nr Fairview 
" Wm, nurse Oakland Hospital and 

Hotel for Invalids, res same 
" Wm B, carpenter, res 1773 8th 
" W^m C, car repairer S P C^^, res 1621 

13th 
" Wm H, dentist, 1055 Broadway, res 

same 
Craigie F, confectioner, res 1115 E 17th 
" Henry N, searcher G W McKeand, 

res Willson House 
Craker Burt, student, res 1709 12th 
" Judsnn T, res 1709 12th 
Cram Adeline J Mrs, tea'.her elocution, 

res 1 253 Jefferson 
" Eben <i, real estate, 960 Broadway, 

res 1253 Jefferson 
" Job T, propr Aurora House, 869 

Washington, res same 
" see (f/.-o Kramm 



Nicholas E (Craft & Russell) res 1551 CRAMER A £ H, cashier The Union 



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9th ave 
" Richard C, res 1551 9th ave 
" & Russell (N E Craft and 

Russell) groceiies, 554 E 12th 
" see a ho Kraft 
Crafts Frank N, firem n G L & H Co, 

res 373 2d 
" Fred H, employe S P Co, res 809 

Peralta 
CRAFTS H G, propri.tor Market Street 

Coal Yard, 8th, Market and West, 

res 1133 Chestnut 
" Horace P, soli itor California Im- 
provement Co, res 1425 Chestnut 
Cragen John H, solicitor, res 

Chestnut 



Craib Wm Mrs, mgr L H Briggs, res 

24th and Broadway 
Craig Albert \V (Craig & Mosher. S F) 

res 177 8th 
" David, rs 829 Willow 
" Dora L Miss, res 1325 Alice 
" Frank, res 1711 Atlantic, rear 
" Frank, emp'oye Log Cabin Bakery, 
res 2116 Chestnut 



Savings Bank, res 1509 Broadway 

Annie Mrs, res 1554 Bri^adway 

Frank M, architect, S F, res Parsons 
n s San Pablo ave, mail Golden Gate 

John D, painter and extraman En- 
gine Co No 2, res 824 Clay 

John W, clerk Emil Langmnth, res 
276 5th 

Mary M Miss, res e s Vernon nr 
Santa Clara ave, Stanford Tract 

Minna Miss,res Paisonsnr San Pablo 
ave, mail Golden Gate 

Wallace, laborer, res 835 29th 

see also Kramer 
1453 Cranber y, see Granherry 

Crandall Aldren Miss, dressmaker, res 



1678 Lincoln 
Chas E, brakeman S P Co, res 703 

Campbell 
Henry B, car repairer S P Co, res 

1678 Lincoln 
Lizzie A Miss, dressmaker, res 1678 

Lincoln 
Thaddeus P (T P Crandall & Co, S 

F)res 1268 11th ave 



Harry, confectioner Log Cabin Bak- Crandell Benjamin, driver G C & D 



ery, res 2075 San Pablo ave 
Homer A (Brown, Craig & Co, S F) 

res 1325 Alice I 

Hugh, mgr New Zealand Ins Co, S' 

F, r«8 n 8 Vernal ave. Piedmont i 



Co. res 1312 10th ave 
Chester S, tailor, 456 8th, rm 14, res 

518 E 17th 
Harry A, driver Fox & Walker, res 

518 17th 



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Crandell Hattie M Miss, student, res 

518 E 17th 
" Saml, hostler ) G C & D Co, res 968 

Market 
" Thos B, employe P S L Co, res 518 E 

• 7th 
Crandley Wm J, clerk, S F, res 1554 8th 
Crane Albert E, real estate, S F, res 

Hotel Albany 
" A M Mrs, res 584 35th 
" Carlton C, Pacific Coast agt for Van- 

derbilt line", S h\ res Hotel Albany 
" Ella Mrs, res 697 26th 
" Ellen S P Mrs. res 1362 E 11th 
'• Frank H, student, res 692 24th 
" Geo R, car cleaner S P Co, res 1262 

E nth 
" Gertrude A Miss, res 584 35th 
CRANE HENRY F, attorney at law,' 

921 Broadway, rms 1-19 and 20, res 

1721 )3th ave 
CRANE JAMES E, county clerk, 

office Hall of Records, res 610 1 7th 
" J M, foreman job printing depart- 
ment Tribune, res S F 
" J Toivnsend, removed to Alameda 
" Julia Miss, res 710 18th 
*' L E, expert accountant, S F, res 584 

35th 
" Lester, teamster, res 662 E 16th 
" S E Mrs, res n s Monte Vista ave, 

Linda Vista Terrace 
"S TMrs, .es836 ISth 
" W H, clerk C W Moore, res 2956 

Telefiraph ave, mad N Temescal 
" Wm W, receiving tellfr Union Na- 
tional Bank, res 1721 13th ave 
'« Wm W Mrs. res 971 Market 
Cranweil Thos Rev, asst pastor Chureh 

of the Immaculate Conception, res 

616 7th 
Cranz Antonia Miss, res 936 Poplar 
" Ferdinand, proftssor of music, 936 

Poplar, res sam"^ 
" F 0, res 936 Poplar 
Crapo Chas, ship carpenter, S V, res 

Millberry nr Spring 
" Clarence, teamster, res Millberry nr 

Spring 
Crase Albert, fireman S P Co, res 1156 

Campbell 
" Jos, died Nov 1, 18iJl 
" Lillie Mrs, res 1156 Campbell 
" Lottie E Mils, binder Oakland En- 
quirer Pub Co, res 1395 12th 
" Mary L Mrs, res 1395 12th 
" Nellie Miss, res 1 156 CampbtH 
Cravalio Louis, laborer S P Co 
Craven John T. moulder Oakland Iron 

Works, res 665 7th 
" Mary S Mrs, res 954 Myrtle 
Crawford Amelia Miss, medical student, 

res Todd and Baker, mail Golden 

Gate i 



Crawford Archibald Mrs, res w s San 

Pablo ave nr Powell, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Arthur W, carpenter, res 826 Web- 
ster 
CRAWFORD CHARLES C (Taylor 

& Crawford) res 462 12th 
" Danl C, mill hand P C Mill & L Co, 

res 685 Hopkins 
" Elsie H Mrs, res 1320 Telegraph ave 
" Emma Miss, res Todd and Baker, 

mail (iolden Gate 
" Eva Miss, res 1161 Peralta 
" Ezekiel M, sec Union Club, S F, res 

w s San ' ablo ave nr Powell, mail 

Golden Gate 
" F M (Crawford & Squire, S F) res 

961 Jackson 
" Frederick, bootblack J A Wilson, 

res Sunnyside House 
" Geo H, shoemaker and locksmith, 781 

7th, res same 
" Goodwin, carpenter, res Todd and 

Baker, mail Golden Gate 
" John W, real estate, Todd and Baker, 

res same, mail Gfdden Gate 
"LA Mr.", res 1425 Chestnut 
" Marcus J, agt N Y Life Ins Co, res 

1955 Grove 
" May C Miss, student, res 1955 

Grove 
"MM Mrs, res 551 38th, mail Oak- 
land 
" Myra Miss, res Old Ladies' Home 
" Sarah Miss, domestic, 2131 Telegraph 

ave 
" Thos B, marine engineer, res 1737 

William 
" Thos M, stenographer, res 1521 J^ 9th 
' Thos M. principal Prescott 

School, res 1161 Peralta 
" W^m, barber, 1415 San Pab^o ave, res 

1462 Telegraph ave 
" Wm B, conductor C St Ry Co, res 

1320 Telegraph ave 
Crchum John (C Milishich & C •) res 8th 

nr Webster 
Creath Kate M Mrs, res 1109 Alice 
Crebhin John, died July 5. 1892 
" John Mrs, propr Pacific Restaurant, 

4'i9 11th, res 1151 Harrison 
Creed G H E Mr*, res 575 Hobart 
" John D W, employe Pullman Hotel 
" W E, student, res 575 Hobart 
Creeden Mary Mr-^, res 658 Webster 
Creely Jas H, atty at law, S F, res 1721 

Market 
Cregan John H, saloon, 474 7th, res 

1453 Chestnut 
Crellin A B Miss, res 1061 Oak 
" ArthurT, clerk Oaklaad Home Ins 

Co, 8 266 11th 
" Joh vice pres Morgan Oyster Co, 

S . res 1061 Oak 



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Crellin Laara Miss, student, res 1364 

Broadway 
" M na Miss, res 1364 Broadway 
■' .Stanley, student, res 1364 Broadway 

• Tiios, with Morgan Oyster Co, S F, 

res 1364 Broadwaj- 
Crenlet Emelie Miss, domestic, 1006 6th 

ave 
Creque Julia A Mrs. res with H J Mc- 

Kusick, mail Oakland 
Crescent Boat Club, Clarence Fonts cap- 
tain. CluV> House foot of 6th a%'e 
Cressir^U Sadie I Mrs, removed to Liver- 
more, Cal 
•• Win Porter, removed to Livermore, 

Cal 
Crestetto .John, laundryman. res 1361 

13th 
" Katie Miss, res 1361 13th 
Creveting G W. cooper I Levj-, res 

Overland House 
Creyst Ellen Mrs, res 1454 Myrtle 
" Joseph X, butcher, res 1454 Myrtle 
Crich Fn^ierick, wire worker, res S29 

Unii>n 
Crinnion Peter, contractor and builder, 

557 10th, res same 
Crisman Chas L, carpenter and builJer, 

XK cor .San Pablo ave and Elizabeth, 

res same, mail Golden Gate 
Criss .Sopliie Mrs. res 1220 10th 
'■ Chas W, bookkeeper, res es llthnr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" G F & Sons (R F and J A) proprs 

Brooklyn Tannery, XE cor«2d ave 

and E 12th 
'• -John L, carpenter, res esllth nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 

• Julius A (G F Crist & Sons) res 1053 

E 4th 
" Rudolph F (G F Crist & Sons) res 

1061 E 14th 
'• ^e alio <'hrist 
Critchlow Chas H, painter, res .SW cor 

4th ave and E 20th 
Critte ide » Jas L, atty at Jaw, .S F, res 

1535 .San Pablo ave 
Crockjard \Vm J. painter S P Co, res 
Xicol ave nr Peralta ave. Fruitvale, 
mail Dimond P 
Crocker Calvin H. master mariner, res 

1674 .Sth 
" Chas .S, conductor S P Co. res 566 E 

nth 
" Frank E. salesman, .S F. res 405 9th 
" Geo D. mechanical engineer, -S F, res 
1120 Chestnut 

• Kis P. hostler Oakland Cream Depot, 

res 467 21 St 
" Laura Miss, res 405 9th 
" Walter G.brakemanS P Go, res 566 E 

ilth 
Crockett E A Mrs, res 1372 Sth 
" Grace Miss, res 1372 Sth 



Crocker O A.brakeman S P Co, res Pull- 
man House 
" Wm, gardener Kelsey House, res 

same 
Crofoot Wm J/, removed to .San Jose, 

Cal 
Croft Thos W, moulder Judson Mfg Co, 

res 1S25 Myrtle 
Croina Mary Miss, domestic, 579 

Albion 
Croke James, carjienter, res 29th and 

Market 
" Jas, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
Cromplon Martha .\[i*s, died Feb 3, 1892 
" Robt. pattern maker, res 208 Han- 
nah 
Cron Chas, butcher Wm Cron & .Son, 

res 955 E 12th 
" .Julia Miss, rts 95.5 E 12th 
" Minnie Miss, res 955 E 12th 
" Tillie Miss.railliner Mrs L Leach, res 

9.55 E 12th 
•' Wm (Wm Cron & Son) res 955 E 

12 th 
" WmJr (Wm Cron & Son) res ISU 

•San Pablo ave 
" Wm & .Son I Wm and Wm Jr) meat 

market, IS j7 San Pablo ave 
Cronan Aauie Miss, res 561 E 15th 
" E Mrs, res 561 E 15th 
" .John, trackman S P Co 
'■ Martin, switchman S P Co, res 721 

Henry 
" Wa ter M. track foreman S P Co, res 

172S William 
Crone Chas E, biker Real Home Bakery, 

res Mactie are nr Adeline, mail 

Golden Gate 
" G T, baker. re« Mattie ave nr Ade- 
line, mail Golden Gate 
Cron^y Alice I Miss, asst Walter Lewis, 

res 906 Broadway, rm 73 
Cronin Daniel, laborer, res 1930 West 
" Daniel. lab>rer, res 317 11th 
" Dani-1 Jr, conductor O C St Ry Co, 

res 1930 Wett 
" Dennis A, watchmaker Coady & Rut- 
ley, res 867 Washington 
" James, employe Eagle B t M Co, res 

827 27th 
" Jas, laborer, res Overland House 
" John, res NE cor 27th ave and Old 

County road, Fruitvale 
" John, contractor, res Aurora House 
" John, res 1930 West 
" John, laborer, res 1213 32d 
" .John, laborer >> P Co, res 180 

Henry 
" John, switchman S P Co, res 1720 

William 
" Katie Miss, domestic, 1223 Sth 
" Michael, laborer S P Co, res XE cor 

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Cronin Patrick, laborer V L P'ortin 
" Robert E, clerk EW WOODWARD 
& CO, 902 Broadway, res 864 
Clay 
Cronkrite John W, shoemaker, 1711 

San Pablo ave, res same 
Crook J T, conductor P P C Co, res 

S F 
Crooker Wm, storage, 1611 7th, res 

same 
Croone J P. dining car conductor S P 

Co 
Cropiey Simmons, expressman, res 1936 

Linden 
Cropp David I, teamster Picmillard 

Brick Co, res 659 Clay 
Cropper A A Mrs, dressmaker, res 1511 

Brush 
Crosbee Annie Miss, res 38th bet West 

and Grove, mail Oakland 
" Jas D, student, res 3bth bet West 

and Grove, mail Oakland 
" Kate Miss, res 3Sth bet West and 

(irove, mail Oakland 
' ' Mamie Miss, res 38th bet West and 

Grove, mail Oakland 
" "Wm, laborer, res 38th bet West and 

Grove, mail Oakland 
Crosby John B, barber W H Stewart, 

res 1054 Broadway 
" Martin, em) Lye Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res Brooklyn Hoiise 
" Michael G, helper S P Co, res 817 

Union 
Cross Ash ^ el, confectionery, SW cor 9th 

and Broadway, res 15!) Gth 
" Bella, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res E 15th ur •24th ave 
" Beisy Mrs, res 1724 8th 
" Hattie Miss, res 1724 8th 
" Henry, employe Kennedy, Cruz & 

Co, res 222 Mollis 
" Isabella Mrs, res 1189 E loth 
" Jas. compositor Tribune, res 1189 E 

15th 
Grossman (t, tireman str Trnvutt 
" John, freight foreman S P Co, S F, 
res 1621 Taylor , 

" Kate Miss, res 1621 Taylor 
" Wm, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1621 
Ta> lor 
Crosson Ella C Miss, dressmaker, res 

1260 West 
" Jas, driver Wells, Fargo & Co, res 
1200 West i 

"MA Mrs, res 1260 West 
" Rose Y Miss, res 1260 West 
Croter Lazarus, peddler, res 212 2d 
Crouch Bertha Miss, res 1061 7th ave 
" Elisha, capitalist, res 1061 7th ave 
Crouse Minnie Miss, seamtress, res 1647 
Myrtle 
" Sarah Mrs, res 1647 Myrtle 
" see also Krause 



Crow Isaac P, res 1320 Chestnut . 
*' J H, horse trainer Oakland Trotting 

Park, res same, mail Oakland 
" Thos, tel operator, res 1257 Jefferson 
" T D, laborer S P Co,res 1475 22d ave 
" Wm, laborer S P Co, res 1475 22d 

ave 
Crowe J J, painter S P Co 
" Martin, real estate, res 1J52 Franklin 
Orowell Alvin R, editor Pacific Field 
Sports, S F, res 564 E 15th 

CROWELL ANDREW W, wholesale 

and retail wines and liquors, 409 
12th, res 867 18th 

" Clwrence E, student Hall & Earl, res 
518 10th 

" Geo D, res 564 E 15th 

" Mabel Miss, student, res 518 10th 
Crowhurst Archibald, gardfner W D 
CattoD, e s Broadway nr Moss ave 

" Chas, gardener W D Catton, e s 
Broadway nr Moss ave 

" Ernest, gardener .j L Howard, Ver- 
non Heights 
CROWHURST WILLIAM, lecturer 
on education, temperance and Pacific 
Coast, res 1192 E 21st 

" Wm Jr, machine hand Towle & 

Broadwell, res 1192 E 2l8t 
Crowin W J (Great India Tea Co) res 

1429 San Pablo ave 
Crowley Chas, clerk U S Army, Fort 
Custer, res 2051 Linden 

" Chas C, detective, res 365 E 21st 

" Cornelius, teamster, re** 15(11 3d 
CROWLEY DANIEL (Burtchaell & 
Cr.>wley) res 670 Sycamore 

" Danl, foreman, res 1517 5th 

" Danl, laborer S P Co, res 214 Hollis 

" Danl, teamster, res 1501 3d 
CROWLEY D D, physician and sur- 
geon. Central Block, 1068 Broad- 
way, hours V to 3:.30 and 7 to 8 p m, 
telephone 299, res 1164 Alice, res 
telephone 207 

" Jeremiah C, mgr J A -Joj'ce, res 580 
•0th 

" Jerry J, asst bookkteper P F Nolan 
& So s, res 1561 San Pablo ave 

" John, butcher, res l-'Ol .3d 

" John, car cleaner S P Co 

" John, employe C C W Co, res 1517 
5th 

'* John, tireman str Alameda, res 1659 
Pacific 

" John J, clerk J A Joyce, res S F 

" Maggie Miss, student, res 1659 Pa- 
cific 

" Marj' Miss, dressmaker, res 1659 Pa- 
cific 

" Michael, hod carrier, res 1561 San 
Pablo ave 

'* Michael J,as»t bookkeeper J A Joyce, 
res 214 Hollis 



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Crowley Thos, cook A H & M L Schlue- 

ter, res 419^ 10th 
" Thos, saloon, 1453 San Pablo ave, res I 

100 i Franklin 
" Timothy, car cleaner S P Co, res 214 

Hollis 
" Timothy J, res 1561 Broadway 
" Wm P, employe Distilled Soda 

Water Co, res 1517 5th 
Crozer Wm M, carpenter J H Thomas, 

res Alameda 
CrufiF Thos H, clerk Bernard Maginnis, 

res 1520 23d ave 
Cruft John, music teacher, 662 6tlJ, res 
same 
" John Jr, musician, res 662 6th 
Cruiball Nestor, nursery, Merced ave 
ofiF Shattuck ave, res same, mail N 
Temescal 
Cruikshank Jas R, res 1062 Wood 
" John A, employe Cal Door Co, res 

1062 Wood 
"ME Mrs, res 1062 Wood 
Crum C C, foreman upholsterer S P Co, 

res 1711 Taylor 
" Isaac T, upholsterer S P Co, res 1809 
William , 

Cruse Geo, laborer, res SE cor 2d and 

Madison 
" Jas P, laborer, res SE cor 2d and 

Madison 
'" John T, laborer, res SE cor 2d and 

Madison 
" Wm, supt tow boats harbor com- 
missioners, SF, res 1806 7th 
Crutchtield J, porter P P C Co, res S F 
Crute Wm H, traveling salesman, res 

1134 Chestnut 
Cruz Autone, laborer S P Co 
" & Bernardo (F F Cruz and John Ber- 
nardo) groceries and liquors, 273 B 
" Emanuel, switchman S P Co, res 254 
Harlan i 

" Frank F (Cruz & Bernardo) res 2561 

Harlan 
" Henry, watchman Paraffine Paint 
Co, res w 8 3d nr Folsom, mail 
Emeryville j 

CRUZ HENRY J (Kennedy, Cruz & 
Co) rc« 113 HoUii ! 

" Jos B (Hogan & Cruz) res 1637 Myr- 
tle 
" Louis L, barber M M Higuera, res 

254 Harlan 
" Mary Miss, res 113 Hollis 

CRYSTAL MEAT MARKET, Henry 

C W Steinbeck proprietor, 1233 
Broadway 

Cuddy John, compositor, res 1064 Wil- 
low 
" JohnK, compositor, res 1064 Willow 

Culbert Olive Miss, pastry cook Cape 
Ann Bakery, res same 

Culhane Edward L, res 921 35th 



Culhane Harry, moulder, S F, res 1724 

Pacific 
" Jas 0, fireman S P Co, res 1010 Pine 
" Robt E, fireman S P Co, res 1726 

William 
Cullen Alice J Miss, teacher, S F, res 

1219 11th ave 
" Edith M Miss, res 1219 11th ave 
" Edward S, res 1614 15th 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res 1219 11th ave 
" Fannie, employe C C L Co 
" Florence E Miss, student, res 1219 

11th ave 
" Helen J, dressmaker, 311 7th, res 

same 
" John, stock inspector S P Co, res 

1662 William 
" Katie G, res 311 7th 
" Levina Miss, saleslady Abrahamson 

Bros, res 962 Center 
*' Michael, laborer, rea '007 E 14th 
«' Paul, car cleaner S P Co, les 1679 At- 
lantic 
" Rose Miss, domestic, 1301 Franklin 
" Stephen, machinist S P Co, res 161 4 

15th 
" Thos, engineer S P Co, res 1016 

Peralta 
" Thos, machinist S P Co, res 962 

Cen'er 
" T Stephen, machinist S P Co, res 

962 Center 
" Vencv Mies, res 962 Center 
" Wm 0, bookkeeper, S F, res 1219 

11th ave 
CuUom Leslie (Green & CuUom) res Tne 

Centennial 
Culver Edwin S, journalist, S F, res 

2117 Adeline 
" Geo B, student, res 1136 Myrtle 
" John O, post office inspector, S F, res 

1136 Myrtle 
" Louise Miss, student Leland Stanford 

Junior University, res 1136 Myrtle 
" Maud Miss, nurse, 461 E 12th 
" Orrin B, salesman, S F, res 588 

33d 
" Paul D, bookkeeper, S F, res 1136 

Myrtle 
" Richard K, student, res 1136 Myrtle 
" Susie B Miss, student, res 588 33d 
" Wm L, bookkeeijer, S F, res 773 16th 
Culvert Chas, laborer, res 360 5th 
Cumbelich John, restaurant, 1516 7th, 

res 417 19th 
Cumiskey Robt J, master mariner, res 

J 63 Simpson ave 
Cumming Alexander M, ins broker, S F, 

res NE cor E 14th and Park ave, 

Fruitrale, mail same 
" Arthur A, apprentice tinsmith, S F, 

res 245 Louisa 
" Frank H, apprentice tinsmith, S F, 

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Gumming Geo, marine surveyor.S F, res 
NE cor E 14th and Park a ve, Fruit- 
vale, mail same 

" Geo G (Smallman & Gumming) res 
1253 nth ave 

" Jas B, carpenter, res 245 Louisa 

" Jas G, gardener, res n s Linden lane, 

mail N Temescal 
Cummings A G W Mrs, res 744 Weston 
ave, mail Oakland 

" Alpheus S Mrs, widow, res 1870 
Division 

" Anderson P, res 916 Genter 

" Benjamin F, telegraph operator Oak- 
land Pier, S P Co, res 1519 8th 

•• Chas, machinist, S F, res 453 E llth 

" Ghas Jr, machinist, S F, res 453 E 
llth 

" Edwin, res 1018 E 16th 

" Francis L, sealer str Transit, res 1870 

8th 
CUMMINGS FRANK H, bay dealer, 
1302 Broadway, res same 

" Henry K, res 1287 23d ave 

" James H, stock yard, SW cor 6th 
and Alicp, res 1213 E 22d 

" Jay, special U S land agt, S F, res 

1914 Myrtle 
Cummings John, died May 26, 1892 

" Kate Miss, student, res 1914 Myrtle 

" Kate M Miss, res 1287 23d ave i 

" Lawrence W, conductors P Co, res 
1727 Goss 

" Lucy Mrs, res 1870 8th 

" Mary Mrs, res 666 Valdez, E Oak- 
land I 

" Michael, florist, res 815 Myrtle 1 

'* Nellie Miss, res 453 E llth ! 

•' P, laborer O C St Ry Co, res 163 5th 

" Ralph, actor, res Galindo Hotel 

" Roy, employe S P Go, res 1870 
Division or 8 th 

" T B Mrs, professional nurse, res 808 
Jackson 

Cummins Geo W, salesman, S F, res 
1220 E 20th 

" Randolph, res e s Vernon ave, Ver- 
non Heights 

" see also Commins 

Cunha F J, clothing and gents' furnish- 
ings, 1145 E 14th, res 1523 7th 

" John, helper W B Standeford, res 
735 Lewis 

" Manuel, waiter, res 713 Lewis 

" Thos, laborer S P Go, res 716 

CUNINGHAM ARTHTTR L, physi 

ciaa and surgeon, lOlOJ Washing- 
ton, telephone 614, hours 8:30 to 
9:30 A M, 1 :30 to 3 p M, 7 to 8 p M, 
res 549 Albion 

CUNINGHAM ELMA V MRS. 

music teacher, 1055 Washington, 
rm 14, res same 



Cunningham May Miss, student, res 1055 

Washington 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 764 9th 
Cunniff Frances Miss, res 1117 20th ave 
" Frank, cattle dealer, res 1117 20th 

ave 
" Ida Mi-s, res 1117 20th ave 
" John, capitalist, res 1117 20th ave 
" Jos, cash boy J A Joyce, res 1254 

Market 
" Jos R, cattle dealer, res 1117 20th 

ave 
" Mary Miss, res 1117 20th ave 
" Thos J, carpenter, res 1117 20th ave 
Cunningham Bernard, laborer, res 710 

Grove 
" Chas, fireman str Piedmont, res 1731 

William 
" Chas. laborer, res s s 43d nr Grove, 

mail N Temescal 
" Edward, driver T D Whittall, res 

971 E 14th 
'■ Elizabeth Mrs, widow, res 1367 llth 
" Florence Miss, res 530 9th 
*' Geo U, carpenter F C Bignami, res 

1367 llth 
" G Loring, broker, S F, res 479 

Or hard ave 
" Jas, ship carpenter S P Co, res 1510 

5ch 
" John, res 1731 William 
" John, gardener City Hall Park, res 

1312 Clay 
" John, laborer, res Ist ave nr Summer, 

mail N Temescal 
'* John, machinist Pac I & N Co, res 

865 Filbert 
" John L, agt Husband & Brooks, res 

lot ; and Alice 
" Jos A, ticket collector S P Co, res 

1604 7th 
" Juliet, domestic, 1617 12th 
" Margaret Miss, domestic, 669 8th 
" Parian R, supt Burnham-Standeford 

Co, res 26th ave nr Old County 

road. Fruit vale 
" R C, laborer, res Summer nr Ist ave, 

mail N Temescal 
CUNNINGHAM SAMUEL, pro- 
prietor The Mint, 1802 7th, res 

same 
" Samuel St Clair, teamster, res 971 E 

14th 
" Thos, tailor, 1327 7th, res same 
" Thos A, rancher, res 2124 Elm ave 
Cuppers Hugo, vegetable peddler, res 

1 167 3d 
Curley Edward M, driver Samm & 

Westphal, res NW cor 1st and Clay 
" Geo A, laborer, res 45th nr Grove, 

mail N Teme?cal 
" Jas, laborer P J Keller, res same 
" John F, teamster, res 45th nr Grove, 

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Curley Mary A Miss, dressmaking, 808 
Clay, res same 

" Patrick E, stableman Samm & West- 
phal, res 45th nr Grove, mail N 
Temescal . 

" Sarah Miss, res 45th nr Grove, mail 
N Temescal 

" Susan Mrs, res 959 Webster 
Curnow Aunie Mrs, lodgings, 507 11th, 
res same 

" Eugenie Miss, res 507 Hth 

" Wm W, clerk Phelan & Fish, res 507 

11th 
Curran Benard, helper W B Standeford, 
res S23 22d 

" Cornelius J, salesman J A .loyce, res 
805 Jefferson 

" Edward J, brakeman 8 P Co. res 
971,'< Pine 

" Jas K, clerk Mrs Rose Curran, res 
1030 Willow 

" John, fruit grower, res School nr 
Peralta ave, Fruitvale, mail care P 
C Nielsen 

" J' hn, la':)orer, res S2S :-!Oth 

" John, laborer, res 1454 7th 

'• Josie Miss, res 823 22d 

" Micliael, baker, res 817 21st 

" Nellie H Mi.«s, res 1072 Wood 

" Pntrick H, died May 5, 1892 

" Eobt A, engineer S P Co, res 1072 
Wood 

" Rose Mrs, groceries, 1030 Willow, res 
same 

•' Thos, employe S P Co, res 1072 
Wood 

■' Thos, liouse mover, res 823 22d 

" Thos. trackman S P Co, res 308 2d 
Currie A M Mrs, domestic, 1£68 Web- 
ster 

'■ Jiidah P, conductor P PC Co, res 
2401 Grove, mail Oakland 

" M H Mrs, res 2401 Grove, mail Oak- 
land 
Cnrry D. gardener, res 1162 7th 

" Jas Kev, pastor North Temescal Pres- 
byterian Church, res n s Columbus 
ave nr Cherry, mail N Temescal \ 

" Jas M, stone dealer, S F, res 1439 
Myrtle 

" Lizzie Mrs, res 6G0 25th 
< urtin Daviil J, dairy, n s Dalton ave nr 
San Pablo ave, res same, mail Golden 
Gate 

'■ Elizabeth Mrs, res Adeline bet Menlo 

and Stanley, mail Oakland 
■ Michael, milker David Curtin, res n s 
Daltou ave nr San Pablo ave, mail 
( ill] den (iate 
Curtis A E, miner, res 72 7th 

" Annie Miss, dr s making. 90G Broad- 
way, rms 42 and 43, res same 

" Block, 1423 .San Pablo ave 

" Candine L Mrs, res 12(50 Grove 



Curtis & Colbert (Samuel P Curtis and 

John F Colbert) proprs North Oak- 
land and Golden Gate Press, 15 

Watts 1 

" David T, stockraiser, res 126 9th i 

" Elliot D, physician, 1260 Grove, res 

same 
" J, teamster Pav Co, res Berkeley 
" Jas, bartender J T D Hansen, res 

1006 Franklin 
" Jas M, res 1220 7th 
" Jane L Mrs, res 873 Milton 
" Lennie Miss, student, res 873 Milton 
" Marshall, res 779 6th 
" May Miss, dressmaker Miss A Curtis, 

res 906 Broadway, rms 42 and 43 
" Saml P (Curtis & Colbert) res 15 

Watts 
" Thos, conductor Con P C Co, res 57 

Valley 
" Wm B, employe S P Co, S F, res 1257 

27th ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Wm Ff architect and builder, res 

1127 Filbert 
" Wm J, carpenter, res 906 Broadway, 

rms 42 and 43 
Curtiss Birdie Miss, student, res 312 

13th 
" B L, patrol wagon officer, city police 

force, res 1055 Campbell 
" Delia Mrs, bill clerk P P Pub Co, res 

830 iOth 
' ' Freeman H, employe Pac I & X Wks, 

res 312 13th 
" Gilbert L, capitalist, res 310 E 17th 
" Spencer N, mgr book and stationery 

dept P P Pub Co, res 830 20th 
Curtner Barbara A Mrs, res 565 E 15th 
Cusevi John, cook J J Marcovich, res 

Sth nr Washington 
Gushing Agnes L Miss, res 870 Adeline 
" Allen D, engineer S P Co, res 561 E 

nth 

" Chas C. bookkeeper, S F, res 1228 

Franklin 
" Chas H, sec The State Investment 

and 1ms Co. S F, res 870 Adeline 
" Chas S, atty at law, S F, res 1669 

13th 
'* E B Mrs. res 422 Moss ave 
" E C, ensiireer S P Co. les 1685 Cbase 
" Elise W Miss, res 870 A'ielirie 
" E Z, salesman, S F, re> 922 Moss ave 
" F M, fireman S P Co, re- 866 Henry 
" Frank W, clerk U S Customs, S F, 

res 518 E 15th 
GUSHING HENRY D (Tohn Gushing 

& Son) res 1228 Franklin 
" Ida B Miss, res 561 E 11th 
" Jas T, teamster, res u s Hallet ave 

nr Ma])le, mail Golden (iate 
GUSHING JOHN (Joh.. Cashing & 

Son) res 122S Franklin 
" John, teamster, 80S ( 'astro, res same 



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CUSHING JOHN & SON (John and 
Henry D) grocerie.s, 478 and 480 9th 

•' John M, ticket collector S P Co, res 
166it 13th 

" Thos W, clerk, S F, res 870 Adeline 

" Walter F, fireman S P Co, res 866 
Henry 

" W L B, windmill mfr. 629 Market, 

res 1464 L'astro 
Cushnahan Francis, employe C C L Co, 

res same 
Cusick John, groceries, 1747 Market, res 

same 
Custer A M Mrs, res 1705J4 San Pablo 

ave 
Cuthbert John, fruit grower, res SW 
cor School and Peralta ave, Fruit- 
vale, mail P C Nielsen 

" Jos I), solicitor, S F, res N W cor 27 th 
ave and E 16th, Fruitvale, mail 
same 

" M Miss, res SW cor School and Per- 
alta ave, Fruitvale, mail P C Niel- 
sen 
Cuthill Alexander, mach nist, res 1325 
9th ave 

" Alexander Jr, res 1325 9th ave 

" Jas, marine engineer, res 1325 
9th ave 

" Jane C Miss, res 1325 9th ave 

" Thos A, pattern maker, res 1325 9th 
ave 
Cutler Abbie M Miss, res 1372 Har- 
rison 

" Alfred D, pres Cutting Fruit Packing 
Co, S F, res 1372 Harrison 

" Benjamin A, sewing machine agt 
Sinjjer Mfg Co 

" Edwin W, tinner, S F, res 1362>^ 
nth 

" 8aml M, res 914 8th 
Cutter Beujamin 0, res The Centennial 

*' Chas H, propr Ross House, 469^ 
9th, res same 

" C Mrs, res Ross House 
Cutting Edwin M, engineer electric 
light plant S P Co, res 1075 E 23d 

" Francis, vice jjres Cutting Packing 
Co, S F, res 1404 Harrison 

"LP Mrs, res 1075 E 23d 1 

" Nellie T Miss, student, res 1075 E 

23d 
Cuvellier Beatrice Miss, res 404 E 10th 

" Bernard C, res 1212 Poplar 
Czapkay Edward G, employe C C L Co, 
res 1416 ISth 



Dabney N R Mrs, dressmaking, 906 
Washington, rm 2, res same 

Dado Antonia Mrs, res SE cor 1st ave 
and Maple, mail N Temescal 

Daganey Eugene, dyer, S F, res 1521 
Market 



Daggett All»-n F, carpenter, res Linden 
ave bet 4l8t and 42d, mail Oakland 
" Emeline I, res 284 llth 
" Franklin, watchman mill S P Co, res 

Alice Street Bridge 
" Jas W, carpenter, res Linden ave bet 

41bt and 42d, mail Oakland 
" Jno R, pres The McCoUam Fishing 

and Trading Co, S F, res 284 llth 
" Mary E Mi-s, res Lmden ave bet 41st 

and 4i?d, mail Oakland 
" Saml W, laborer S P Co, res Linden 

ave nr 41st, mail Oakland 
" Wesl-y, res 264 E 15th 
Dahl Albert T, clerk T Dahl, res 1625 

Market 
" Fred, carpenter Broadway Planing 

Mills, res 30 Walsworth ave 
" John G, clerk Jersey Milk, Cream 

and Butter Co, res 461 Durant 
" Louis, plumbing and gasfitting, 1152 

23d ave, res 1235 E 22d 
" Theodore, awnings, tents and flags, 

558 7th, res 1625 Market 
" Wm, carpenter, res Ross House 
" Wm, plumber, res 1162 7th 
" see aUo Daul and lole 
Dahlber Emma Miss, cook Railroad Ex- 

change Hotel, res same 
Dahldum Annie Miss, domestic, 933 

Linden 
" Matilda Miss, domestic, 937 Myrtle 
Dahlen Phillip J, clerk, S F, res 1508 

Brush 
Dahler Valentine, bartender H de Vries, 

res 1426 San Pablo ave 
Dahlgren Carll, artist, res 1013 10th ave 
" Marius R, artist, 864^ Broadway, res 

same 
Dahnke Frederick, tank mfr, NW 
cor E 12Gh and 15th ave, res 
854 Harrison 
Dailey Peter J, cigars, S F, res 827 

Wood 
Daily Star Lodging House, Mrs Alice 
Musser propr, 1054 Broadway 
" Trnnsrript of Recoi-ds, published 

daily by Du Ray Smith, 459 9th 
Dain Thos, solicitor, res NE cor E 1 8th 

and 2d ave 
Dakin Sophia Miss, domestic, 903 Lin- 
den 
Dale Cora Miss, domestic J Middleton, 

Fruitvale 
Daley Annie B Miss, stenographer, S F, 

res 511 24th 
" C, carp'inter, res Lusk ave nr 4l8t, 

mail N Temescal 
" Dennis, laborer, res 1721 Atlantic 
" Frances Miss, res Lusk ave nr 41st, 

mail N Temescal 
" Hannah Mrs, groceries, 1684 Lincoln, 
res same 
John, truckman, res 1684 Lincoln 



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Daley Lil iau L Miss, operator S Tel Tel 

Co, res 51 1 24th 
" M iria vli3. 'H- husk ave nr 4l8t, 

mail N Teiiieacal 
•' Patrick, oiler Con P C Co, res 511 

24ih 
'• Richard, res 869 2-2d 
Dallam A P, clerk, S f . res 560 14th 
Dallas Jas. bookkeeper Oakland, San 

Leandro and Haywards Electric Ry 

Co, res 47 1) I'Jth 
■' John .S, r«« 1103^ Broadway, rm 30 
" MA Mrs, furnished rooms, llOSi 

Broadway, res same 
Dallerup Benj, ship cart)enter S P Co, 

res 1212 Campbell 
" John, helper a P Co, res 1212 Camp- 
bell 
Dallim-re Anna Miss, hook folder P P 

Pub Co, res 96S 35th 
" Emma Miss, res 968 35th 
" J Mrs, nurse, res 9()S 35th 
balton Bes ie, domestic, 518 William 
■' K C. student, res 915 Jackson 
" Ed, labor^r Judson Mfg Co 
" F X (H X Dalton & Sons) res 1521 9th 
" Henry N (H X Dalton & Sons) resi 

949 Fine 
" Henr3- P (H X Diltou & Sons) res 

949 Pine 
" H X & Sous (Henry X, Frank X and 

Henry P) foundry. Cedar nr Sth 
" John, foreman C C L Co, res 1418^ 

10th 
" John, apprentice S P Co, res 1862 

William 
" Kate Mrs. res 1862 William 
•' Michael, porter, S F, res 1014 Wil- 
low 
DALTON PATRICK E. vice president 

( ' ntra Cosca Laundry Co, res 915 

Jacks'^n 
Daly C H, clerk, S F, res 1324 lOth ave 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res 727 5th 
" Ellen Mrs, res 621^ Broadway 
" James, gardener, res 80S Grove 
" James M, horse trainer, 8ti9 22d 
" Jeremiah, laborer, res n s 43d nr Tele- 
graph ave, mail X Temescal 
" John, laborer, res 172S Seward 
" John E (Kane & Daly) res 547 20th , 
" John T, bartender Piedmont Springs 

Hotel 
" Lawrence, laborer, res 303 1st 
•' Richard, laborer, res 869 22d 
Dalziel Alexander, tinner Dalziel & Mol- 

ler, res 522 15th 
" Andrew, salesman Dalziel & MoUer, 

res 522 15th 
" James, res 522 15th 
" James, res 762 15th 
" & MoUer (Robert Dalziel and Wm 

M Her) ranges and stoves, plumbers 

and tinners, 1152 Broadway 



Dalziel Robert (Dalziel & Moller) rea 

522 15th 
" Robert Jr, plumber Dalziel & Moller, 

res 1S26 Myrtle 
" Wm, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 

522 15th 
Dam Alphonso, engineer S P Co, res 

714 Market 
DAM CLEVELAND L (Weatover &, 
Dam) res 493 23d 
" Cyrus, supt South S F Imp Co, 

Baden, res 718 Market 
'■ Fannie Miss, res 71 S Market 
" John, foreman carpenter S P Co,, res 

1806 7th 
" L EMrs, res 493 23d 
" Samuel, res 714 Market 
" Wm H, engineer, res 718 Market 
Damas Wm, professor of languages St 
Joseph's Academy, res 765 Jackson 
Dames Fredtrick Wm, died June 14, 1892 
Damon Edward A, cabinet maker C W^ 

Kinsey, res I4lii San Pablo ave 
" H D, master mariner, res 1307 15th 

ave 
" R E Mrs, res 1411>^ San Pablo ave 
Damp A G, conductor P P C Co, S F 
Dana L Mrs, res n s E 22d nr 25th 

ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
Dauahy Thus H, paptr ruler Tribune, res 

Berkelt-y 
Dancer M Mrs, res 516 E 15th 
Dauc <na Annie Mrs, housekeeper, res 

468 Merrimac 
Dand John, foreman mill S P Co, res 

Pullman House 
Danforth Emma L Mrs, governess Oak- 
land Seminary, res 528 11th 
•' Geo S, carpenter Pioneer Planing 

Mills, res 1358 Brush 
Danguy Feliciti Miss, res 218 5th 
Dania Hall, 864i Broadwaj' 
Daniel S 0, compositor P P Pub Co, res 

719 11th 
Daniels A H, laborer Judson Mfg Co 
'• B S, inmate Industrial Home for 

Aoult Blind 
•' Chas, cigars and tobacco, 1730 7th, 

res same 
" G B & Co (G B Daniels) stationery, 
pictures and frames, 1153 Broadway 
" Gilbert B (G B Daniels & Co) res Howe 

nr John, Piedmont 
" John H, laborer, res 973 Washington 
" John W, porter P P C Co, res 718 

5th 
" Maurice, sexton St Francis de Sales 

Catholic Church, res 590 Hobart 
" Robt L, res 1712 William 
" Seth F, atty at law, 957 Broadway, 

rms 30 and 31, res Howe nr John 
' ' Thos, car repairer S P Co 
" Victoria Mrs, dressmaker, res 973 
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Danielson Chas B, fireman S P Co, res 

1782.i 7th 
" D E, shoemaker, Alcatraz ave nr 

Adeline, res same, mail Lorin 
" Fred, labo er, res 1181 E 15th 
" Ida M Miss, res Alcatraz ave nr Ade- 
line, mail Lorin 
Danis J, helper S P Co 
Danit^h Society (Dania of California) 
California Branch No I , meets every 
Wednesday evening at Dania Hall, 
864^ Broadway 
Dann F P, photographer, S F, res 922 

34th 
Dannaker Fred, millhand,res 1769 Wil- 
liam 
" Wm A, carpenter S P Co, res 1769 

William 
Dansk Norske Baptist Church, Rev K 

Nelson poster, hall over 1100 23d 
Darcy Jeremiah F, engineer O Cable E 

Co, res 234 Hannah 
Dare Antonio, laborer Oakland Lumber 

Co, res E Oakland 
Dargie Anna Miss, res 1 168 Jackson 
" Ed Mrs, res 2(57 9th 
DARGIE T T, secretary Tribune Pub- 
lishing Co, 417 8th, res 254 12th 
DARGIE W E, president Tribune Pub- 
Ishing Co, 417 8th, res 1168 Jack- 
sou 
Darling Blanche Miss, bookkeeper Abra- 

hamson Bro-, res 1017 5th 
" E E Miss, res Upper FYuitvale 
" Elhanan \V, warehouse agt S P Co, 

Milpitas, res 554 E 16tn 
" Grace Miss, res 1017 5th 
" Thos L, stenographer, res 467 10th 
" Wm F, foreman C C W Co, res 1017 

5th 
Darneal Hervey, official reporter Depart- 
ment No 1 Su^ieriiT Court, office 
rm 6 Court House, res Alameda 
Darr Hattie Miss, res 712 11th 
" Ida Miss, mgr Pacific Press Boarding 

House, 712 1 1th 
" M L, job printer P P Pub Co, res 

712 nth 
" S N, compositor P P Pub Co, res 864 

Clay 
Darrah Danl, baker, res 763 Lydia 
" Jas F, clerk M J Keller Co, res 763 

Lydia 
" John, clerk J H Mallett, res 763 

Lydia 
" May C Miss, clerk Abrahamson 

Bros, res 763 Lydia 
" Richard, clerk J H Mallett, res 763 

Lydia 
Darrow Ben O, clerk, S F.res 1156 Alice 
" John W, clerk, S F, res 1156 Alice 
" Leila A Miss.teacher Lincoln School, 

res 1156 Alice 
" L K, rancher, res 1116 11th ave 



Darrow M E Mrs, res 1156 Alice 
Dart Edith P Miss, res 1129 Myrtle 
" Hes er A Mrs, res 1129 Myrtle 
" Walter C, clerk resident engineers' 

offices P Co, res 1129 Myrtle 
Dasautel Nelson, boots and shoes, 263 

B, r s same 
DASHAWAY STABLES, F R Wil- 
liamson proprietor, 370 11th 
Daska August G, laborer res 1070 26th 

ave 
D'Askwith Edward, shoe cutter, res s s 
Haskell nr San Pablo ave, mail 
Golden Gate 
Daughter! of Israel, Mrs Jacob Green- 
hood pres 
Daml Alex, cutter, S F, res 496 24th 
Daulton Naomi Miss, res 9^6 Magnolia 
Dauriac J J, res 580 17th 
Uavblle Alberto, wheelwright JPierotti, 

res 690 Market 
Davenp rt Byron L, plumber Sturm & 

Leitch, res 1003 Center 
" J P, traveling salesman, res 630 16th 
Davenport Mary A J//%s,died Oct 21,1891 
" Nellie G Miss, teacher of piano, 1003 

Center, res same 
" Wm, paper bag8,etc, 1003 Center, res 

same 
Davey Frank, photographer, S F, res 
Butler ave nr Idaho, mail Golden 
Gate 
" H Mrs, res 28 Butler ave, mail 

Golden Gate 
" Rosa B Miss, clerk J L French, res 

28 Bu ler ave, mail Golden Gate 
" hosie Mrs, res 28 Butler ave, mail 

Golden Gate 
" Spurgeon, bartender J W Kennedy, 

res 945 Willow 
" Wm P, blacksmi h Oakland Iron 

Works, res Alameda 
]>avid F, rag peddler, res 713 Castro 
Davids D S, clerk The Kentucky Co, res 

561 8th 
Davidson Archibald W, teamster, res w 
8 Pleasant V^alley road nr Stanford 
Tract 
" Belle F Miss, saleslady Reuter Bros, 

res 744 Peralta 
" Bert S, machinist, S F,res 957 E 14th 
" Frank M, bundler Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 957 E 14th 
" Hannah Miss, res 653 7th 
Davidson Ida Miss, died Oct 22, 1891 
" Isabel Mrs, res 653 7th 
" J^B) res 744 Peralta 
DAVIDSON J E, D D S (Bumette 
Dental Co) res S F 
" Jennie Miss, res 744 Peralta 
" John, carpenter, res Union Hotel 
" John, carpenter, res 115 Helen 
' ' Jos A, driver, res 653 7th 
" Jos H, printer, res 1177 8th 



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Davidson Jos N, bakery, 1701 San Pablo 
ave and 520 14th, res 1701 San Pablo 

" J W Mrs, res 1177 8th 

•' Maud L Miss, res 957 E 14th 

" Mary Miss, res 744 Peralta 

" Robt M, teamster, res 957 E 14th 

" Wm E, train dispatcher S P Co, res 

1177 8th 
" see also Dadson 

Davie Ada E Mrs, died Feb 12, 1892 
"EL Mrs, clerk H C Cap well Co, res 

:il6 10th 
" Ellen Mrs, res 308 14th 
" Frank M. employe J C Wilson & Co, 

res 418 12th 
" John, laborer, res 566 6th 
" John L, propr Washington Coal Co, 

office 483 9th. yards 1st and Web- 
ster, res 308 14th 
Davies Chas H wood moulder, S F, res 

1214 6th a%-e 
" David D, salesman J A Joyce, res 

Alameda 
" Edward A, ropemaUer, res 1013 7th 
" Eleanor Mrs, res 1551 7th 
' ' Emma J Mrs, res 826 Jefferson 
" Emma P Miss, student, res 1214 6th 

ave 
Davies J 3fereditk,Temoyedi to Chicago, 111 
" John L, employe S P Co, res 944 

Wood 
" M A Mrs, res 814 E loth 
" Mary Mrs, res 857 Myrtle 
" Thos, paints, oils and wall paper, 

2088 San Pablo ave, res same 
" Waltei R, dairy, 814 E 15th, res 

same 
Davis Wtn, died July 21, 1892 
Davila John F, car cleaner S P Co, res 

766 Wood 
" Viviano, teamster, res SE cor Grove 

and 44th, mail N Temescal 
Davis Ada A Miss, res 516 E 15th 
" Abe, barber, 834^ Broadway, res 

Lorin 
" Abraham, groceries, 702 Broadway, 

res same 
" Agne? Mrs, res e s 11th nr Folsom, 

mail Golden Gate 
" A J, conductor S P Co 
DAVIS ALBERT G, manager New 

Zealand Insurance Co, branch for 

Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, 

902 Broadway, res 1338 Filbert 
" Alice Mrs, res 1407 Grove 
" Alpha L, carpenter, res 586 25th ' 

" Andrew, laborer, res 1103 E 15th 
" Arthur E, clerk, res Klinkner ave, ' 

mail Golden Gate 
" Bart J, pressman Tribune, res 1833 ' 

Grove 
" Benjamin F, compositor P P Pub Co, ' 

res 715 12th 

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Davis Blanche A Miss, student, res 1253^ 

Jeflferson 
" Blook, NAV cor 11th and Washington 
" C, res 543 39th, mail N Temescal 
" C A Mrs, res 1108 24th 
" C F, Stat onary engineer S P Co, res 

1456 5th 
" Chas B, driver police patrol wagon, 

res 913 Kirkham 
" Chas H, carpenter, res 2147 Tele- 
graph ave 
" Chas R, saddler, S F, res 1112 2d ave 
" Chas W, clerk. « F, res 1303 Chest- 
nut 
" C M, res 1407 Grove 
DAVIS & CO (John R and Wm J 

Davis) druggists, 633 E 12th 
" Cora Mrs, clerk M Wollheim, res 

1408 10th 
" David, stone mason, res Klinkner ave, 

mail Golden Gate 
" David E, laborer J M Merrill, 534 

25tli 
" D Gertrude Miss, res 706 Market 
" D W, agt F S Prescott 
"EC Mrs, res 920 Brush 
" Edith L Misi, res 1 375 5th ave 
" Edmund W, clerk A L Leber & Co, 

res 747 Market 
" Edna B Miss, clerk Mrs G G Davis, 

res 2147 Telegraph ave 
" Edward W, brakeman S P Co, res 

558 E 11th 
" Elizabeth Miss, schoolteacher, res 

Klinkner ave, mail Golden Gate 
" Frank, student, res Adeline bet 

Menlo ave and Benton, mail Lorin 
" Frank, laborer Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind, res same 
" Frank S, student, res 1375 5th ave 
" Frank W, driver Oakland Cream 

Depot, res 605 18th 
" Fred, res 974 35th 
" Fred A, fruits and vegetables, 916 

Washington, res 920 Brush 
" Frederick W, blacksmith and car- 
nage maker, 1054 6th ave, res 516 E 

15th 
" Geo, res 405 10th 
" Geo, fruit store, 1357 Telegraph ave, 

res same 
" Geo, salesman T M O'Halloran & Co, 

575 8th 
DAVIS GEORGE A J, foreign and 

domestic groceries, teas, coffees and 

spices, 919 Washington, res 532 34th 
" Geo B, physician, Mattie ave nr 

Adeline, res same, mail Golden Gate 
" Geo E, teamster P C L & M Co, res 

737 Filbert 
" Geo E, coachman H C Wilson, res 

same, mail N Temescal 
" Geo H, ins agt, 902 Broadway, res 

470 Merrimac 



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Davis Geo W, clerk G A J Davis, res 532 

34th 
" Geo W, harness maker R J Beeby, 

res 616 12th 
" Gertrude M Miss, student, res 2147 

Telegraph ave 
" G F, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 
DAVIS GRACE G MRS, Cape Ann 

Bakery Branch aud notions, 2149 

Telegraph ave, res 2147 Telegraph 

ave 
" Grandal, res 575 8th 
'• Harris, new and second furniture, 

423 6th, res same 
" Haury L, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, 

res 1407 Grove I 

" Harry W, blacksmith F W Davis,! 

res 516 E 15th 
DAVIS HARRY W, real estate, 465 

9th, res Peralta ave nr Belmont, 

Fruitvale 
' H E, painter S P Co, res 1029 Willow 
' Henrietta H Mrs, res 747 Market 
' Henry B, foreman S P Co, res 1674 

William i 

' Hilda Mrs, seamstress, res 68 7th 
' House, Mrs M A Hazlett propr, NW 

cor Washington and 11th 
' Hyman, fruit peddler, res 713 Cas- 
tro 
' J A Mrs, res Maple nr Telegraph 

ave, mail N Temescal 
' Jas, teamster O Pav Co, res Adeline 

bet Menlo ave and Benton, mail 

Lorin 
' Jas, laborer, res 364 Ist 
' Jas. teamster, res nr College and 

Claremont aves, mail K Temtscal 
' Jas, student, res 974 35th 
' Jas, laborer, res 674 Valdez, E Oak- 
land 
' Jaw H, teamster Jas Davis, res same, 

mail N Temescal 
' Jennie M Mrs, nurse, res 1253 JeflFer- 

son 

* J L, brakeman S P Co 

' J Lloyd, driver Jas McManus, res 
706 Market 

• J M, teacher Aydelotte's Business 

College, res 562 8th | 

' John Mrs, res 1833 Grove i 

' John, farmer, res 974 35th ' 

' John, waiter '^unny8ide House 
' John teamster U Pav Lo, res 35th 

and San Pablo ave 
' John, carpenter, res Union H')tel 
Davis John, died Aug 25, 1891 
' John, switchman S P Co, res 866 

Willow 
' John A J, shij) joiner S P Co, rea 

1754 8th 
' John F, real estate, rps 1502 West ' 
' John M, conductor S P Co, res 1710 

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DAVIS JOHN R (Davis & Co) res 

1518 10th ave 
" John T, . mploye S P Co, res 1721 8th 
" Jos, plumr-er Dalziel & MoUer, res 

Alpine House 
" Jos P, carpenter, res 1375 5th ave 
" Jos P, plumber, res 577 Sycamore 
" Judson M, real estate and ins, 454 

9th, res 1502 West 
" Katie Miss, dressmaker, res 1833 

Grove 
" Lillie Miss, clerk A G Davis, res 

1918 Linden 
" Lizzie, domestic, 266 E 12th 
" Louis, clerk H Davis, res 713 Castro 
" M Mrs, res 1427 20th ave 
" Maggie Miss, domestic, 1211 5th ave 
J' Manuel, laborer, res 961 E 14th 
" Margaret Mrs, res 19"8 Linden 
DAVIS MARION F, proprietor Oak 

land Stables, 36f, 368, 370 8th, re» 

same 
" Mary Miss, res 1427 20th ave 
" Mary Mrs, res 1021 Pine 
•' Mary Mrs, res 712 Castro 
•• Mary F Mrs, saleslady Abrahamsou 

Bros, res 467 J 10th 
" Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 740 

Myrtle 
" Minnie Miss, employe C C L Co 
" M Louise, stenographer, res Maple nr 

Telegraph ave, mail N Temescal 
" M V Mrs, nurse, res 969 Castro 
" Nettie E Miss, res 1401 7th ave 
" Noble W, laborer, res 1918 Linden 
" Rachel, res 1228 19th ave 
" Rachel M M iss, schoolteacher, re<* 

Klinkner ave, Golden Gate, mail 

same 
" Roberf, teamster, res 974 35th 
" Robert H, commercial traveler, res 

358 E 16th 
" Robert J, cashier Pac Mutual Life 

Ins Co, S F, res 1470 7th ave 
" Roger, laborer Mt V Cem, res same 
" Rose Miss, dressmaker, res Bay view 

ave, Bella Vista Park 
" Sarah A Miss, schoolteacher, res 

Klinkner ave, mail Golden Gate 
" Saml, fruit peddler, res 667 Washing- 
ton 
" Saml, plumber, res Adeline bet Menlo 

ave and Benton, mail L<irin 
" Saml .J, cl^rk, res Klinkner ave, mail 

Golden Gate 
" Sumner, saddler, S F, res 1112 2d 

ave 
" Thompson, carjicnter S P Co, res 706 

" T J Mr.s res 314 E 16th 

" W, laborer Remillard Brick C • 

" NVm, blacksmith W C Fife, resRau'l- 

lett House, mail Oakland 
" Wm, painter, res 701 Frpnklin 



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Davis Wm, teamster, res Adeline bet 

Menl ' ave and B-nton, mail Lorin 
" \Vm(W Davis & Son, S F) res 1112 

2d ave 
" Wm, employe S P Co, res 271 E 17th 
" Wm, carpenter, res Bay view ave, 

Bella Vibta Park 
" Wm, sail maker, S F, res 1401 7th 

ave 
" Wm F (W Davis & Son, S F) res 1 102 

E21st 
" Wm H, conductor S P Co, res 1006 

Webster 
" Wm, health author, S F, res 470 Mer-' 

rimac 
DAVIS WM J (Davis & Co) res 631 E 

12th 
■' Wm L. carpenter, res 1737 Myrtle 
DAVIS WM N. manager Kellett & 

McMurray. 375 12th, res 869 Milton 
DAVIS WM R, attorney at law, 957 

Broadway, rms 12, 13 and 14,res 

514 18th 
" WmR, driver M M Bridges, res 1408 

10th 
" Wm T, teamster Jas Davis, res same, 

mail N Temescal 
Davison Chas C, plumber, 1064 Market. 

res 1444 Chestnut 
" Constance Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 
" Eliza Mrs, res 859 Castro 
'• Frances Miss, student, res 361 E 17th 
" J C Mrs, res 361 E 17th 
" Lincoln H, blacksmith, w sSan Pablo 

ave nr Powell, res s s Villa ave nr 

11th, mail Golden Gate 
'* Maggie Miss, music teacher, res 859 

Castro 
" Minnie Miss, kindergartner, res 859 

Castro 
" Wm, moulder Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res 1936 Linden 
" Wm G, blacksmith, 1666 7th, res s s 

Villa ave nr San Pablo ave, mail 

Oakland 
Daw Jas M, bookkeeper J A Joyce, res 

1161 Sth 
" John C, bookkeeper, S F, res 1161 

Sth 
" May A Miss, res 1161 8th 
■' Robt H, carpenter, res 534 24th 
" Wm J, briokbinder, S F, res 1161 Sth 
" see also Doic 

Dawe Frank, moulder, res 805 Webster 
Dawes M A Miss, res 906 Broadway, 

rm 49 
DawleyGeoS, porter Wells, Fargo & Co 

Oakland Pier, res S F 
Dawson Edmund, traveling salesman, res 

1 352 Brush 
" Elizabeth A, nurse, res 1324 22d ave 
" J, tinner, res ]009i Sth 
" Jas A, marine engineer Me.nco, res 

922 Kirkham 



Dawson John, physician, 562 9th, res 

same 
•' Maggie Mrs, res 921 Broadway, rms 

4 and 5 
" Wm W, dairy, e s Piedmont ave. res 

same, mail box 402, Oakland 
" see also Dewson 
Day Cecelia Mrs, res SW cor Elizabeth 

and Mabel, mail Golden Gate 
•' Chas E, shipping clerk, S F, res 961 

5th 
" Emily Miss, res 1635 Adeline 
" Fisher, teamster, res High nr San 

Leandro road, Fruitvale 
" Frank K, driver Talcott's Dairj', mail 

box 153, Oakland 
" Harry A, foreman W Berkeley Mills, 

res 845 Harrison 
" J L Mrs, res 559 17th 
" J L, conductor S P Co, res 1684 Tay- 
lor 
" John G, janitor, S F, res 1635 Adeline 
" Maude Miss, res 55 ^ 17th 
" Michael, laborer, res 736 Linden 
" Michael, res Capital Hotel 
" Robt L. driver Standard Oil Co. res 

14581 5th 
" Thos A, brick mason, res 712 Briish 
" Thos S, res 1751 9th ave 
" Wm. car cleaner S P Co. res 1754 Sth 
■' Wm G. brickla\ er, res 669 10th 
Daymond Geo S, coachman B E Handy, 

915 Filbert 
Dayton Geo L, clerk, S F, res 1202 Har- 
rison 
" J B Mrs. res 1202 Harrison 
" Jessie L Miss, res 1202 Harrison 
Deacon Arthur P, clerk A H Ackerman. 

res 5S6 Jones 
" Saml, employe Pad & N Wks, res 612 

4th 
■' Thos K, laborer, res 700 26th 
Deal C M, brakeman S P Co. res 310 3d 
" Geo, res 820 12th 
" Geo. carjjeuter. res 722 2d 
" Jos H, driver G C & D Co, res 820 

12th 
" seo also Diehl 
Dean Albert C, driver S F Laundry Assn, 

res 1267 5th ave 
" Alfred, stationary engineer S P Co, 

res 1761 William 
" Beach H, student, res 1206 8th 
" Belle Miss, kindergarten, 1416 San 

Pablo ave, res 45th bet San Pablo 

ave and Adeline 
" Carrie A Miss, res 824 Myrtle 
"CD, brakeman S P Co. res Union 

Hotel 
" Chas F, machinist Scoville Iron 

Works, res Berkeley 
" C J Mrs, res 1027 E 15th 
" Edgar W, bookkeeper, res 1219 

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Dean Edward R, telegraph operator, res 

806 Harrison 
" EUshaB (E B Dean & Co, S F) res 

1219 Grove 
" Frank, eook, res 809 Jackson 
" James B (I H Morse & Co, S F) res 

1325 Jackson 
" J B Mrs, res 1325 Jackson 
" John E, auditor Oakland Bank of 

Savings, res Alameda 
" Ralph M, millwright Oakland Iron 

Works, res 45th nr Adeline 
" Thos, canvasser, res 3 E 12th 
" Wm E, student, res 1206 8th 
" Wm W, engineer S P Co, res 1206 

8th 
" Chas, magnetic healer, res 1137 E 

20th 
" EmmaL Miss, res Claremont ave e of 

College ave, mail Oakland 
" Harry E, student, res Claremont ave 

e of College ave, mail Oakland 
" John Mrs, res Ciar-'mont ave e of 

College ave, mail Oakland 
" Marie R Miss, res Claremont ave e of 

College ave, mail Oaklaud 
Deaner Frank H. iii-ino turner Clark, 

Wise & Bros, res 1370 Telegraph 

ave 
Dearborn Chas W, note tellpr Oakland 

Bank of Savings, res 1435 10th ave 
" Fannie H, res 1453 lOth ave 
" G Walter, cashier Travelers' Ins Co, 

res 608 E 15th 
"LB Mrs, res 1453 10th ave 
DearingCM Mrs, res 1712 8th 
" Emma Miss, stationery and fancy 

goods, 1504 7th, res same 
Dearth Cora Miss, n s 519 17th 
" Jas F, carpenter, res 519 17th 
Deasy Jerome, clerk, S F, res NE cor E 

18th and 2d ave 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 3 Athol 

ave 
" Patrick C, sawyer Eagle Box Mfg Co, 

res 1262 10 th 
" Peter, plomber, res 3 Athol ave 
' ' Sarah Miss, milliner, S F, res 3 Athol 

ave 
" Thos A, State wharfinger and propr 

Lake Merritt House (saloou and res- 
taurant) 3 E 12th, res 3 Athol ave 
De Bell Joseph, res 42d nr Adeline, mail 

Oakland 
" Mary E Miss, res 42d nr Adeline, 

mail Oakland 
Debenham Chas, plasterer, res Ross 

House 
De Boice Elizabeth Mrs, restaurant, 55 i 

Broadway, res s&ine 
De Bour Fretl, carpenter vS P Co 
De Bour Susan Mr% died Jan 20, 1892 
De Camp John P, refreshment stand, 
Blair Park, res 1243 Poplar 



Decatean Adolph, machinist Cal Cotton 

Mills Co, res 1058 E 15th 
Dechiro Frank, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
" Lorenzo, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Dechow Chas, saloon, 701 E 12th, res 

1080 14th ave 
Deckard Stephen A, carpenter G R & M 

Co, res 1514 West 
Decker Deibert P, bookbinder P P Pub 

Co, res 1517 Market 
" ElUs W, job printer P P Pub Co, 

res 1517 Market 
" Elmer (Schick & Decker) res 1479 

7th 
" I L Mrs, res 1517 Market 
Decoma Manuel, laborer, res 1557 3d 
Decora M E Miss, agt S P Co Broadway 

Station, res 957 Castro 
De Costa Frances, died Feb 19, 1892 
Decota Adolf, machinist, res 1058 E 

15th 
Dedelow Hermann, tailor M J Keller 

(yO, res 1235 Broadway 
Dednin Dani^l, expressman, 14th and 

Broadway, res 218 fith 
Dee Mary Mrs, res Lester House 
Deeds James, clerk The M Cohn Co, res 

1525 7th 
" MollieL Mrs, dressmaking, 1525 7th, 
res same 
Deeke Kathryn Mrs, milliner, res SE 

cor 7th and Center 
Deemer John F, night watchman shops 

S PCo 
Deering Chester, clerk, S F, res 1§'8 

Webster 
" Eleanor J Mrs, res 1358 Webster 
" Henry, tailor Brown & McKinnon, 

res 1018 Broadway 
" M C, sign painter F L Galindo & Co, 

res 804 Brush 
Deers Mrs, employe C C L Co 
De Ferrira Carmen Miss, les 39th nr 

Adeline, mail Oakland 
" Lorenzo, editor, res 39th nr Adeline, 

mail Oakland 
De Ford Henry (Henry B-. Ford & Co) 

res 1266 San Pablo ave 
" Henry & Co (Henry De Ford) saloon, 

1241 Broadway 
De Forest GecTge L, elevator man P P 

Pub Co. res 922 22d 
De Freitas Frank, cook, res 910 Frank- 
lin 
" Manuel L, moulder, S F, res 251 

Harlan 
De Fremerv Alexandra Miss, res s s 

Prospect ave 
" Elinor Miss, res s s Prospect ave 
" Grace Miss, res s s Prospect ave 
" James, agt, S F, res 1305 Adeline 
" Louise Miss, res s s Prospect ave 



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De Fremery Virginia Miaa, res s s Pros- 
pect ave 
" Wm C B (James De Fremery & Co, 
S F; rea s a Prospect ave, Prospect 
Heights 

Degar A, laborer S P Co 

Degea Antouia Mrs, rea 1214 Kirkham 
" Ludolph P, leather belting, S F, rej 
1375 Ibth 

Degener Emma Miss, saleslady A Cop- 
lin, res y03i Washington 

Deguau Kitcie Miss, tailoress B Killiau, 

res 491 2oth 
" Michael, gardener, res 1005 7th 
" Thos, carpenter, res 491 25th 

De Golia Edwin B, clerk, 5i F, res 514 
Albion 

DE GOLIA OE0R6E E, attorney at 
law and notary public, secretary 
Oakland Bar Association, 957 Broad- 
way, rm S, res 1390 Harrison 

De Gomez E Mrs, rea (i'22 17th 

De Gurc Fannie Mrs, res 716 4th 

Deguzte Carrie \V Mrs, res i20 5th 

DEGUZEE-SMITH LUCRETIA 

MKS, music teacher, piano, guitar, 
organ and banjo, res I'JO 5th 
De Harce T C, porter P P C Co, rea 

bbS 5th 
De Has eu Philip, employe Judson Mfg 

Co, res alb B , 
Deike Albert, res 13dS 15th ave | 

" Emma Miss, res J3GS 15th ave 
" Fred, res Union Hotel 
" Gustave \V H, contractor and builder, 

res 13oS 15th ave 
"*H Mrs, res 1368 15th ave 
'" Lena Miss, res Union Hotel 
DEIKE MARY MRS, proprietor 
Union Hotel, NVV cor 13th ave and 
E 12th. res same 
" Rudolph, res I36S 15th ave 
Deimel August, clerk, S F, res 469 21st 
Deitrick Augustus A (Flora & Deitrick) 

res 36S 3d 
" Harry A, laborer, res 368 3d 
" May MiSa, res 368 3d 
De J arley Geo W C, real estate agt 
Clough & Baker, 1002 Broadway, 
res 838 West 
" Paul, painter, res 923 3d 
De Jesus Jose F, laborer, rei 658 Grove 
De Knight Chas H, machinist, res 1055 

Dennison 
De La Brouse Alexander Mrs, res 864 

Peralta 
" Edward, clerk, res 864 Peralta 
" Mary Miss, res 864 Peralta 
De Laguna A Leo,capitalist,res 532 24th 
" Anita F Miss, principal Oakland 

Free Kindergarten, res 532 24th 
" Augusta P, res 532 24th 
" Herman, employe S P Co, res 532 
24th 



De Laguna Theodore A, student, res 532 

24th 
Delahanty J H, reporter Morning Times 
'' Margaret C Mis, res 718 17th 
Delainey Wm F, notions, 909 7th, res 

same 
De Lamater Edgar A. agt S F Call, res 

1832 Myrtle 
" Marvin H, res 1832 Myrtle 
Delaineter (r W, switchman S P Co, res 

1506 7th 
DE LA MONTANYA MATHEW. 

ranges, stoves, tinware, furnaces, 

tin, copper, zinc and sheet iron 

worker, rooting and plumbing, 465 

1 .th, res 60S 6th 
De La Monte J H, conductor P P C Co, 

res 1156 Alice 
De Lancey John, salesman Kast & Co, 

res 762 I8th 
Delauey Jas, laborer V L Fortin 
" Jas, brick contractor, 1463 3d, rea 

same | 

" John, employe S P Co, res 1607 3d i 

DELANO I L, president Rocklin ' 

Marble (.0, res Rocklin, Cal 
" Isaiah A (Delano & Sieawell) res 1614 

12th 
" & >Seawell (I A Delano and JSeawell) 

meat market, junction San Pablo 

ave and Peralta 
Delaioche Alfred, bartender A Dupont, 

res Lake View Cottage 
Delarue Edward, physician and surgeon, 

1303 13th ave, res same 
Delavergne Louis, carpenter, res McKee 

nr ual & Nev R R,mail Golden Gate 
Delclaux B Jacques, tailor, 531 8th, res 

same 
Delehanty & Havens (P J Delehanty 

and C M Havens) undertakei-s, 969 

Clay 
" P J (Delehanty & Havens) res 559 

10th 
Delen C V, propr Piedmont Cable Res- 
taurant, 201 24th, res same 
Delgardo Gregoria, carpenter, res 1054 

Broadway 

DELGER BLOCK, No 1, NW cor 

BroaawuN aud 9th 
DELGER BLOCK. No 2, 1155-1169 

Broadwa\ 

DELGER FREDERICK, capitalist, 

969 Broadway, rms Sa and 39, res 

524 Frederick or 19th 
Delhorn E Mrs, nur^e, res 272 llth 
" R Miss, res 272 llth 
Dell (ieo L, porter W H .Stewart, res 

1054 Br. -ad way 
Dellacasa Ktta Miss, res 1416 3d 
Delmade Manuel, laborer, res 230 2d 
Delinal Jules, shoemaker, res 1572 3d 
De Lot^e John, employe S P Co, res I6J6 

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Delon J Mme, dressmaking, 831 Har- 
rison, res same 
De Long Chas W, laborer, res 647 

Campbell 
Delpodio Eugene, moulder Phcenix Foun- 
dry, res 1052 Campbell 
Delncchi Augustio, market gardener, 
Shattuck ave nr Merced ave, res 
same, mail N Temescal 
" Bernardo, scavenger, res 1620 13th 
" Ernesta C Miss, res 1513 9th 
" Frances Miss, res 1513 9th 
" Giovanni, shoemaker, res 1151 23d 

ave 
" Jos, clerk, res 39th nr Adeline, mail 

Oakland 
" Lena Mrs, res 1620 13th 
" Lorenzo, clerk ^^>« jn^^ ♦ 

mail Oakland 
" Lorenzo, clerk, res 1620 13th 
" Lorenzo, market gardener, Shattuck 
ave nr Merced ave, res same, mail 
N Temescal 
" Louis, laborer, res 39th nr Adeline, 

mail Oakland 
" Louis, clerk L Mattioli, res 1620 

13th 
" Louisa Miss, res 1513 9th 
DduccM Luigi, died May 14, 1892 
" Paulo, laborer, res Shell Mound Sta- 
tion, mail Oakland 
" Pietro, laborer, res n s Powell nr 5th. 

mail Golden Gate 
" Rosa Mrs, res 1620 13th 
Demarais Claude C, plumber M San- 
ford, res 1711 Goss 
" Eugene, apprentice machinist Judson 
Manufacturing Co, rea S F, mailS F 
" Geo, engineer Engine Co No 3, res 

1711 Goss 
De Mars Albert A, groceries, 1122 7th, 

res same 
Demartini Gius, gardener, 562 4th, res 

same 
Demerra Manuel, laborer, res 674 E 16th 
Demers A, teamster Remillard Brick Co, 

res 659 Clay 
•* Napoleon, borseshoer, 409 7th, res 

762 3d 
Demery Chas, carpenter, res 819 Chester 
" Clara Miss, res 819 Chester 
De Millis Frank M. laborer S P Co 
Deming Henry B (Deming & Taylor) res 
544 Hobart 
" Inez F Miss, res 478 12th 
" John F, res 544 Hodart 
" S W Mrs, res 476 12th 
" & Taylor (Henry B Deming and Fred 
B Taylor) groceriea, 1421 San Pablo 
ave 
Demme August, res 866 Lydia 
" Julia Miss, res 866 Lydia 

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Demme Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 866 

Lydia 
" Magdalene Mrs, res 866 Lydia 
De Molay Council K K No 2, A & A S 
R, meets Mondays on call at the 
Masonic Temple 
Demooy Bernard, carpenter, res 627 

Chestnut 
" Katie Mrs, res 627 Chestnut 
" Lena Miss, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 627 Chestnut 
" Lizzie Miss, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 627 Chestnut 
" Saml, employe S P Co, res 627 Chest- 
nut 
Demorest David, meat market, 2223 

Peralta, res same 
Dempsey Edward P, student, res 852 

Henry 

DEMPSEY HENRY E, proprietor U 

5 Market, 1428 10th, res 1428^ 
10th 

" Jas, driver Con P C Co, res 1395 ; 
12th 

" Jas, longshoreman, res 32 Valley 

" John, machinist G L & H Co, res 
557 6th 

" Nora F Miss, res 852 Henry 

" Patrick Mrs, res 852 Henry 
Denahy Daniel, laborer, res 612 Adeline 

" Daniel J, cement layer, res 612 Ade- 
line 

" Fannie J Miss, res 612 Adeline 

*' .John J, cement layer, res 612 Adeline 

" Wm F, laborer, res 612 Adeline 
Denekamp Solomon, employe S P Co, 

res 1055 Willow 
Deniaon Adna H, reporter Oakland En- 
quirer, rfs Winsor Hotel 

" Albert N, clerk Torry, Whitman & 
Gardiner, res 1273 San Pablo ave 

" Eli S, pres California Railway and 
propr Train Agency S P Co, office 
]003>< Broadway, rm 25, res 953 
8th 

" Geo H, dental student C H Walker, 
res 1273 San Pablo ave 

" Harry, res 953 8th 

" Leland W, clerk Torrey, Whitman 

6 Gardiner, res 1273 San Pablo 
ave 

" Lurana Miss, res 953 8th 
" Margaret G Mrs, propr Avenue 
House, 1273 San Pablo ave, r s 

DENISON I & CO (0 1 Denison) 
real estate and insurance, 472 10th 
" Olive C Miss, res 95;! 8th 
DENISON OSCAR I (0 I Denison & 
Co) res Avenue House, 1273 San 
Pablo ave 
" Wm B, died Nov 2, 1891 
Dennan John, died Nov 15, 1891 
Dennehy Kate Miss, domestic, 318 14th 

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Ueonen Adeline Mr.-", res 833 Willow Depoy Chas, carpenter, S F, res 53 

" Clarence A, carpenter O Pav Co, res Valley 

833 Willow " Eva Miss, dressmaker, res 1854 San 

" Mary A Miss, music teacher, res Pablo ave 

1786 Taylor " J as A, carpenter, res 1854 San Pablo 

Dennett Chas E, contractor and builder, ave 

rea Mattie ave nr San Pablo ave, " Jas A Jr, clerk H A Maehler, res 

nuil Golden Gate 1854 San Pablo ave 

'• E P Rev, pastor 34th St M E Church, " Mamie Miss, dressmaker, res 1854 

res 92!i 34th San Pablo ave 

" Etta M Mis-, res Mattie ave nr San Deppen('has, lineman, res 1506 7th 

Pablo ave, mail G' Men (rate Depree Jas, laborer, res Juanita Hotel 

■' Wm. student, res Mattie ave nr San Depue Annif Mrs, r s 1607 7th 

Pablo ave, mail Golden Gate " G M Mrs, res 676 10th 

Dennis Anthony D, cigar mfr and dealer " Grovesnur C, employe U S Mint, S 

1056 Broadway, res 5.3 18th F, res 767 19ta 

" Geo W, cement lay«-r, res 150S 3d " James E, removed to Chicago, 111 

" Mark, fireman S P Co, res 1508 3d Derain Richard D, mechanic Cotton 

" Melinda xMr , res 1508 3d Bro^ & Co, res S F 

'• Michael, fireman, res u s Elizabeth nr DERBY AUGUSTUS B (E M Derby 

S;iu Pablo ave, mail Golden date & Co) res S\V cor E J4th and Park 

'• Michael T, laborer, res n s Elizabeth ave Fruit vale 

nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden Gate a nu \ u-iz-vii jt 

a \\^ ly J. ^^ r> ii Chas A, ma hinist Oakland Iron 

1 W m H, stableman P Pumvca, rts i^- , <,p, .^ .oiu 

1 ,-,,.. , , ', ■^ ' W orks, res 8ol h, J2th 

! T^ ~ n- 1 lu M /Mil 1- • "EM Mrs, res SW cor E 14th and 

Dennison Elizabeth Miss, res Old Ladies -o \ tp ,. ^ i 

' TT Park ave, truitvale, mail same 
Home 

" May Miss, milliner M Rey Wilson, DERBY E M & CO (0 E and A B Derby 

res 1 70 Tele raph ave ^^^^ '•^^^ ^ Payne) lumber dealers, 

I "Minnie Mis<,° m lliner, res Hotel foot of l;<th ave, S F office 22 Cali- 

I Crellm fornia 

[ Denny Chas W. clerk Taft & Pennover, " Hattie M Miss, student, res 861 E 

res 946 34th I'-^th 

>r^ j " Danl, exprt-ssman res 218 5th " Henry J, cumer JS Derby, res 926 

^ rA " Grace E Miss, student, res 9 16 34th ^ ^^th 

M ^^ 1 " i/«n-y, died Sept 13, 1691 " Henry J Jr, currier J S Derby, res 

HH tH ; "ME Mrs, artist, res 946 34th ^'-6 E 12ih 

Oi*r\ Denroche Annie C Miss, steno^rrapher, " J^^" ^^ ^li/ars and tobacco, 627 E 

^ ; res 886 Milton = i- ' |2th, les 926 E 12th 

" Edward, clerk, S F, res 8S6 M Iton " J^^n S, propr Oak Grove Tannery, 

" Ethel M Miss, res 886 Milton SE cor 18th ave and E 12th, res 861 

" P C, salesma , S F, res 886 Milton ^ 12th 

Dent Maud M Miss, drmahnsmau city " ^itty Miss, res 926 E 12th 

engint-ers' office, res 542 Charter DERBY OSCOE E (E M Derby & Co) 
" T B Mrs, res 542 Charter res E l4th an<l Park ave, Fruitvale 
" Wreushall S, surveyors' chamber- " Saml J, foreman J S Derby, res 861 
lain S P Co, res 542 Charter . E 12th 
DENTON SELECT SCHOOL- Mrs M " Thos (;, machinist Oakland Iron 
T Huntting principal, 1201 Old Work , res 926 E 12th 
County road (E 16th) o >r 24th ave Derming Andrew, coachman Rev D Mc- 
Deos Jos V, carj)enter,re8 1369 E 10th Clure, 586 Caledonia ave 
Depalma Peter (Valentine & Depalma) Dermot J Mrs, office rooms, 1014 Broad- 
res 626 3d way, rm 14, res same 
Depaoli Luigi, laborer, res n s Powell " John, employe S P Co, res 1014 

nr 5th, mail Golden Gate Bro niway, rm 14 

De Pass Caleb J (C J De Pass & Son) res " Thos, mister mariner, res 1756 9th 

1640 San P.*blo ave ave 

" CJ&Sou (C J and T W) groceries, De Rosa Frank, barber, 1520 7th, res 

16l0 8an Piblo ave Louisa nr B 

" Theodore W (C J Di Pass & S.>n) res " Manuel, res 888 Cedar 

1640 San Pablo ave De Roza Manuel, died Nov 22, 1891 

Depeyster A C, tower man S P Co De Ry Emit, wines and liquors, 173Z7th, 

De Pint Manuel, employe S P Co, res res 1735 7th 

1856 Short De Ry Marii Mrs, died March 16, 1892 



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De Sanno Wm F, machinist Judson 

Manufacturing Co, res Berkeley, 

mail Lorin 
Desanti Paolo, blacksmith J Pierotti, res 

1174 5th 
De Santos Jos, machinist Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 121 Hannah 
Desarpi Augelo quarryman O Pav Co, 

res with P Martii)0, Temeseal 
Desatos S, employe Alameda Mac Cos 

quarry, res same 
Desautel Jos, coachman E S Denison, 

953 8th 
Des Cormiers Chas, mechanic, S F, res 

253 Louisa 
Desepa FrauLois, cabinet maker, S F, 

res 250 Hollis 
De Silvera Carmen D Miss, res 418 12th 
" feilveraM E, barber, 1803 San Pablo 

ave, res same 

DES MARAIS LAFAYETTE N, 

manager Thomas &. Co, 1154 E 14th, 
res same 
Des JIai-ais Paul, removed to Washing- 
ton, D C 
Desmond D^nl, laborer, res 267 2d 
" Patiiik J, laborer, res 255 2d 
" Timothy J, laborer, res 267 2d 
Desnoyer Jean, bootblack, SE cor 7th 

and Wood, res 1803 7th 
De Soto kSilverio J, with C P Everts, res 

o04 10th 
De Souza Louis F, barber, 366 B, res 

same 
Dessano Angelo, quarryman O Pav Co, 

res with P Martino, Temeseal 
Dessloh Frank, coutectioner Mrs J 

Fischer, resOiiental House 
Dessum Cora A Miss, milliner, res 864 

Henry 
" Wm, blacksmith Con P C Co, res 864 

Henry 
" Wm H, carriage finisher J Kennedy, 

res 864 Henry 
Desuza Emanuel, laborer, res 611 Madi- 
son 
Detels Eugene J, com merchant, S F, res 

1301 8th 
" Henry D, saloon, NE cor Park ave 
and Hollis, res same, mail Emery- 
ville 
" John, salesman, S F, res 985 Peralta 
" Martin (M Detels & Co, S F) rea 985 

Peralta 
" Sophie Miss, res 985 Peralta 
" Wm, saloon, S F, res* 1025 Willow 
" Wm P, machinist, res 985 Peralta 
Detheill W, brakeman 8 P Co 
De Froost Geo (De Froost & Co, S F) res 
NW cor San Pablo and Central 
aves, mail Golden Gate 
Deuel C W, painter S P Co, res 1654 7th 
Deuschle John J, carpenter O G L & H 
Co, res 774 5th 



Deutcher Klub, Dr F Kuckein pres, G 
Folte sec, J Martens treas, 461 J 
12th 
Devall Frank, boiler maker, res 801 

Henry 
" Mary Mrs, res 801 Henry 
De Vany Danl, bo< kkeeper Broadway 

Planing Mills, res 460 22d 
Devereaux John, motor man O C St Ry 
Co, res Telegraph ave nr Merced 
ave, mail N Temeseal 
" Merritt M, artist, res 666 36th 
" Mary Misn, res Telegraph ave nr 

Me. ced ave, mail N Temeseal 
" Theresa Mrs, res Telegraph ave nr 

Merced ave, mail N Teme«cal 
Devers John, clerk, S F,res 1026 Willow 
" Kate Mrs, res 1026 Willow 
" Michael, clerk, S F, res 102tj Wil- 
low 
" Nellie M Miss, clerk KAHN BROS, 

res 1026 Willow 
Devide Simon, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Deviiicenci Domingo, ashman, res w s 
lOih nr Folsoiii, mail Golden Gate 
" Viucent, ashman, res w s lOth nr Fol- 

som, mail Golden (iate 
Devine Edward, bookkeeper, res 652 

Jacksi n 
" Geo W, clerk, S F, res 1612 12th 
" Mary Mis?, res 811 Washington 
" Saml, plasterer Remillard Brick Co, 

res 504 loth 
Devoe John S, mechanic, res 1801^ San 

Pablo ave 
DevoU, see Divoll 
Devonshire Thos, res 728 Filbert 
DEVOST J, horseshoer, 910 Market, 

res 810 Market 
Devoto Henry, marble polisher DDwyer, 

res Temeseal 
Devour Frank, employe S P Co, res 829 

Grove 
De Vries Henry, saloon, 1426 San Pablo 

ave, res same 
Dewar Daniel E, machinist Oakland 

Iron Works 
" Frank, nailer Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res 201 B, mail Oakland 
'* Robt, nailer Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res 201 B, mail Oakland 
" Roderick H, engineer Pacific Paving 

Co, res 1300 San Pablo ave 
Deward Jos, harness maker J Mueller, 

res 1577 San Pablo ave 
Deweese B Mrs, dressmaker, res Girard 

Hotel 
Dewey Alfred H, res 1304 Franklin 
" Alfred T (Dewey & Co. S K) res 1304 

Franklin 
Deivey Alma L Mrs, died Dec 27, 1891 
" Amy N Miss, res 505 E 11th 
" Anita M Miss, res 1304 Franklin 



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Dewey Henry E, gardener E C Sessions, 

910 E 24th, Highland Park 
Dewing Archibald A, clerk, S F, res 358 

E 14th 
" Chas H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1268 
7th ave \ 

" C J Mrs, res 358 E 14th 
" May F Miss, res 358 E 14th 
" Samuel M, res 1274 5th ave 
" Sarah J Miss, teacher Garfield School, 

res 1268 7th ave 
" Stephen, collector, S F, res SW cor 
San Pablo and Villa aves, mail 
Golden Gate 
De Witt A J, carpenter, res 519 8th 
" Clara Miss, student, res 1368 Franklin 
" Clara E Mrs, dressmaker, 1368 Frank- 
lin, res same 
" F L Mrs, res 726 11th 
" Lillian M Miss, student, res 1368 

Franklin 
De Wolf Wm M, real estate, Fruitvale 
ave nr Washington, res Champion 
and Nicol ave, Fruitvale 
De Wolfe Flora I Mrs, teacher Tomp 

kins School, res Girard Hotel 
Dewson Aleiander, res 955 3d 
" Win, sawyer Eade B & M Co, res 
955 3d ' i 

Dexter Benjamin, laborer S P Co 
" Henry C, deputy county assessor, res 

1C61 Clay 

" IdaC Mrs, res 1109 8th j 

Dexter Luke, died Feb 4, 1892 i 

" Mary E Mrs, res 1716 7th | 

" Stable, Hoos & Carr proprs, NE cor 

l2th and Harrison 
Dey Clara Z Miss, stenographer M J 

Laymance & Co, res 536 23d 
" Robt L, student, res 536 23d 
" Robt P, clerk, S F, res 536 23d 
Dezani C, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

quarry, res same 
Dezzaui A, employe Alameda Mac Co's 
quarry, res same | 

Diamond Geo, hostler C A Hunt, res 514 

14th 
" .las, painter, res 655 Myrtip, rear 
DIAMOND PHARMACY, S H Mason 
proprietor, NE cor Diamond and 
Hopkins, Fruitvale 
Diard Kate Mrs, res 423 ?d 
Diaz Jos, shoemaker, 782 E 12th, res 812j 
E 12th ! 

Dick B ( ', ins. S F, res The Centennial 
Dickerhotf Edgar, apprentice, res 817; 

Market 
" John, employe Pac I & N Co, res 817 

Market 
Dickerman Wm T, clerk H C Capwell 
Co, res 39th nr Adeline, mail Oak-, 
land 
Dickerson Geo A, brakeman S P Co, res 
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Dickerson Jas H, aaet foreman car clean- 
ers S P Co, res 1823 Goss 
" Jane W Mrs, res 1823 Goss 
" Lotta Mrs, housekeeper, res 36th and 

West, mail Oakland 
Dickie Jas, machinist California Jute 

Mills, res 127 E 11th 
" Manuel, bag inspector California Jute 

Mills Co 
" Mary Miss, employe California Jute 

Mills, res 127 E 11th 
Dickinson Frances E Mrs, dressmaker, 

res 1475 23d ave 
" Jas K, saloon, 1701 Pacific, res 1719 

8th 
" P, employe C C L Co, res same 
" Seth J, carpenter mill S P Co, res 

1475 23d ave 
" Thos, res 330 Prospect ave 
Dickley Mary Mrs, res 313 6th 
Dickman Carl A, musician, lea 618 8th 
Dickson Albert M, painter 1' J Sheehan, 

res 1520 Curtis 

Curtis 
" Geo, carpenters P Co, res 82S Wood 
" Thos Mrs, res 1466 Curtis 
' ' see also Dixon 
Didier Mary Mrs, res 571 5th 
" Mateo, barber R L Briones, res 571 

5th 
Dieckmann John H (Dieckmann & Co, 
S F) res 25 Butler ave, mail Golden 
Gate 
" John H Jr, bookkeeper, S F, res 25 

Butler ave, mail GoMeu Gate 
" Juanita Miss, res 25 Butler ave, mail 

Golden Gate 
Diefenbacher Agusta Mrs, res 1949 Fil- 
bert 
" Chas E, plumber S Taylor, res 1949 

b i bert 

" Hattie Miss, cloakmaker KAHN 

BROS, res 1949 Filbert 
" Louise R Miss, res 1949 Filbert 
" Minnie Miss, dressmaker TTAH W 

BROS, res 1919 Filbert 
Diehl Burn side F, clerk Agard & Co, res 

1268 5th ave 
" Chas S, agt, S F, res 1275 6th ave 
" Frederick W, employe F & P Co, 

res Berkeley 
" Hattie 8 Mis, res 1268 5th ave 
" Jas A, laborA-, res 714 Webster 
Dienstag Adolph, res 558 16th 
Diercks Henry, carpenter, res 1455 5th 
Dierk Cornelius, carpenter, res Lorin 

Enterprise Hotel, mail Lorin 
Dierks Friechen Mrs, res SW cor San 
Pablo ave and Folsom, mail Golden 
Gate 
" Henrv, cook GaUndo Hotel, res same 



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Dieiasen Henry D, mill hand Samm & 
Westphal, res 158 5th i 

" Martin, traveling salesman, res 838 

Madison 
Diete G, veterinary surgeon, 1386 

Broadway, res 77 Valley 
Dietrich Christian, janitor First National 
Bank, res 155S 23d ave 

" Emma Miss, operator W U Tel Co, 
S F, res 1558 23d ave 

" Sarah Miss, res 1558 23d ave 
Uietro M, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

quarry, res same 
Dietroson Isaac Rev. pastor Danish 

Lutheran Church, res 1371 10th 
Dietz Alfred C (A C Dietz & Co, S F) 
res w s San Pablo ave nr Villa ave, 
mail Oakland 

" Alice M Miss, res w s San Pablo ave 
nr Villa ave. mail Oakland 

" Carl P, law student, S F, res 1316 
Adeline 

" Chas L, clerk, S F, res w s San Pablo 
aye nr Villa ave, mail Oakland 

" Frederick, bill poster, res 528 ISth 

" H L Rev, pastor German Baptist 
Church, S F, res 1316 Adeline 

" H L Jr, salesman. S F, res 1316 Ade- 
line 

'• Lillie Miss, teacher, Wrights, Cal, 
res 1316 Adeline 

" Mary Mrs, res 528 18th 

" Nellie P Miss, les w s San Pablo ave 
nr Villa ave, mail Oakland 

Dieves Chas I, fireman S P Co, res San 
Leandro road 

Dieves Gertrude Mrs, died April 15, 1892 

" J A, brakeman S P Co, res 954 Cen- 
ter 

Diggius Annie J Mrs, res 1171 3d 

" Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 1171 3d 

Dignan .John .T, salesman Taft & Pen- 
noyer, res S F 

Digrazia Dorainico,blacksmith J Pierotti, 
res 690 Market 

Dill Minnie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1462 
West 

Dille A M, day operator S P Co 

Dille E R Rev, removed to S F 

" JeflFerson T, capitalise, res 1054 Mar- 
ket 

Dillen .Jesse E, chief yardmasterS P Co, 
res 1661 Lincoln 

" Ora, switchman S PCo, res 1661 Lin- 
coln 

Dillia Douglas, real estate, S F, res w s 
12th nr Powell, mail Goldfen Gate 

" Thofl, stove mounter. S F, res w a 
12th nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 

Dillingham Geo C, teamster, res 369 4th 

Dillman Gallic Miss, dressmaker, res 650 

E 14th 
" Fannie Miss, dressmaker, res 650 E 
14th 



Dillon David J, gardener E B Dean, 1219 

Grove 
" Edwar.i, salesman, res 869 Filbert 
" Joseph M, employe U S Mint, S F, 

res 1424 Linden 
" .Josephine Miss, res 957 Clay 
" Malachi F, res 1424 Linden | 

Dimmick Clarence C, brakeman S P Co, | 

res Winsor Hotel 
" Edwin H, student, res Winsor Hotel i 
DIMMICK JOSEPH, dentist, 875 

Washington, res Winsor Hotel 
" Lillian Miss, music teacher, res Win- 
sor Hotel 
DIMMICK M F MRS, proprietor The 

Winsor Hotel, 915^ VVashington, 

res same 
" Virgil B, res Winsor Hotel 
" Walter N, commission merchant, S F, 

res 778 11th 
I>immill .Jas S, box maker, res 831 Per- 

alta 
Dimock Silas, clerk Merriam & Co, res 

21st ave nr E 15th 
Dimond Hugh, capitalist, res end of 

Fruitvale ave, Fruitvale, mail care 
P C Nielsen 
DIMOND POST OFFICE, Ezra Bar- 

ratt postmaster, office for northern 

Fruitvale, Hopkins nr Fruitvale ave 
DIN6EE WM J, real estHte, 460 and 

462 8th, res Fern wood, Hayes Can- 
yon 
Dingle Alfred, shoemaker, 1911 Union, 

res same 
" Kate Mrs, res 1219 14th 
Dingley C L Mrs, res 876 E 15th 
" Frank E, student, res 876 E 15th 
" Willard E, student, res 576 E 15th 
Dingstead H, deckhand str Piedmont 
DingNN ell .John F. contractor and builder, 

res 1224 18th 
" .Joseph, contractor and builder, res 

1506 West 
Dinneen Edward J, marble polisher M 

Dinneen, rei 1371 17th 
" Michael, propr' Oakland Marble and 

Granite Works, 717 7th, res 1371 

17th 
Dinsmore Fred, mail carrier, res 409J 

12th 
" Samuel, capitalist, res 1800 Adeline 
" Wm G, inspector C C W Co, res Ross 

House 
Dinwiddle Geo I, porter, res 1 157 7th 
Dion J, laborer S P Co 
Dippo Wm, moulder Oakland Iron Wks, 

res 614 2d 
DIRIGO SALOON, Edwin H Camp- 
bell proprietor, NE cor 11th and 

Broadway 
Disard Chas, clerk Butler & Parker, res 

722 Filbert 
. "Ida Miss, res 722 Filbert 



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bert 

Disher J W Rev, re« 2118 Summit 
Dishwanden Joseph, gardeaer W E 

Prue, 1709 E 24th cor 19th ave 
Distilled Soda Water Co of California, J 
W Scott pres, G N Tichenor sec and 
treas, SW cor 5th and Kirkham 

Divide Mary, domestic, 669 23d 
Divoll Carrie Miss, millmer, S F, res 
1011 5th ave 

" Ella Miss, res 1011 5th ave 

" Frank \V, farmer, res 1011 5th ave 

" Jas G, miner, res 947 Poplar 
Dix Edward, employe Cal Cotton Mills, 
res 1111 Campbell 

" Geo, driver, res 1111 Campbell 

" Jas, laborer, res 1111 Camj>bell 

" Lizzie T Miss, res lUl Campbell 

" Wm, res 1111 Campbell 
Dixon Altred, bookkeeper, S F, res Liese 
ave nr E 14th, Fruitvale 

" Chas 8, clerk, S F, res 177 E 14th 

" Clamon W, gripman Cable R Co, 
res 714 Sycamore 

" Edward, res S13 18th 

" Frank Rev, pastor Tenth ave Baptist 
Churcii, res 346 E 15th 

" Geo, plasterer, res 538 3Sth,mail Oak- 
land 

" Geo, plumber, res 1314 12th ave 

" Isaac W, salesman J Conners & Co, 
res E Pith nr r2th ave 

" Jas, blacksmith Martin Ryan, res 
813 18th 

" John B, carpenter and builder, 569 

E 12th, res same i 

DIXOX JOHN B (Dixon, Borgeson &, 

Co, S F) res 983 Willow \ 

" Lizzie, spinner Cal Cotton Mills Co 

" Mary Miss, student, res 1714 Chest- 
nut 

" Wesley, clerk Oakland Fruit and 
Produce Co, res 573 E 12th 

" Wm, freight clerk S P Co 

" Wm S, clerk, S F, res 177 E 14th 

" see aluo Dickson 
Doak Edward W, carpenter, rea 1458 

Linden 
Doane Levi, res 1114 10th ave 

" Lucy Miss, student, rea 1213 10th 

" Orrin K, engiueer tug Rival, res 
1 104i Market 

" Prince A, clerk, S F, res 1213 10th 
Dobler John, res Bray ave nr E 14th, 

Fruitvale 
Dobon Annie L Miss, dressmaker, res 
662 E 14th 

" Geo E, news agt, res 662 E 14th 

" Kate Mrs, res 662 E 14th 

" Louis E, plumber, res 662 E 14th , 
DockendorflF EUie Miss, res 813 17th 

• ' Geo, student, res 813 17th 

" Lizzie Mrs, res 813 17th I 



Doctor R, conductor S P Co, res 971 

Pine 
Dodd Frank N, 
bookkeei>er 
res Alameda 
Dode John, bartender Germania Hall, res 

832 Webster 
Dodge A H Dr, res Girard Hotel 
DODGE CLINTON G (I>odge & Fry) 
attorney at law and notary public, 
906 Broadway, rms 19 and 20, res 
1264 12th ave 
" Edward C, conductor O B & F Ry 
C«, res 1 64 12th ave 
DODGE & FRY (C G Dodge and F W 
Fry) attorneys at law, 906 Broad- 
way, rms 1 9 and 20 
" Lillian B Miss, music teacher, res 

1264 12th ave 
Dodridge C ironworker Judson Manu- 

fa :turing Co 
Dods Grace 5liss, milliner Mrs E Mer- 

riam, res 1006 Webs»^er 
" Karri t A Mrs, res 1006 Webster 
" Jas, employe S P Co, res 1006 Web- 
ster 
" Lincoln, bookkeeper, S F, res 1006 

Webster 
" Lulu Mis, bookkeeper, S F, res 1006 

Webster 
Dodsou Lorenzo N, clerk J A Magagnos, 

res 178 6th 
" Loring G, ne\ts agt E S Deniaon, 

Oakland Pier, rea 178 6th 
" Saml T, real estate, S F, res 178 6th 
Dodt Barbara Miss, domestic, 534 Albion 
Doe Luke, real estate and insurance, 468 

9th, res 1159 Alice 
" Mallen L, talesman, S F, res 1367 8th 

ave 
Doe Martha M Mrs, died Jan 5, 1892 
Doherty A Miss, res Felton nr Adeline, 

mail Loiin 
"AW Mrs, res Felton nr Adeline, mail 

Lorin 
" Daniel, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
" Ellen Miss, res 1369 West 
" John, civil engineer, res 819 Wash- 
ington 
" Michael, blacksmith Judaon Manu- 
facturing Co, res S F 
" see also Dorety and Dougherty 
Dohmann Mary Mrs, res 1165 24th 
'* Wm, res 1165 24th 
Dohrman Bessie Mrs, res Henry House 
Dohrmann Henry H, painter, res 1509 

Brush 
" J H, res 359 3d 
'* John, baker, res 1509 Brush 
Dohrman, see also Dorvian 
Dohs Addie Miss, res 1665 12th 
Do/is Anna L Mrs, died Oct 2, 1891 
" Donnie, student, res 1665 12th 



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Doig Alexander, foreman composing 

room Tribune, res 613 Valdez, E 

Oakland 
" John, starcher Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 613 Valdez, E Oakland 
" Margaret, nurse Mrs L Baldwin, 

Vernon Heights 
" Wm F. bookkeeper Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 613 Valdez, E Oakland 
Dolan A Miss, tailoress, res 1826 Goss 
'* Edward, res 1537 Curti* 
" Felix, bartender John Gunnip, res 

NW cor Telegraph ave and 49th, 

mail N Temescal 
" J, teamster Pav Co, res Broadway 

and Western ave 
" Jas, laborer, res s s Temescal ave, 

mail N Temescal 
" Jas, laborer, res s s 38th nr Broad- 
way, mail Oakland 
" J J . conductor S P Co 
" John, extraman Engine Co No 1 
" John, plumber M L)e La Montanya, 

res 855 Washington 
" John L, machinist S P Co, res 836 

Willow 
" Kate Miss, student, res 1826 Goss 
" Luke, laborer S P Co 
" Maggie Miss, student, res 1711 At- 
lantic 
*' Maggie, tailoress M J Keller Co, res 

1826 Goss 
" Margaret Mrs, groceries, 1477 5th, 

res same 
" Maria Mrs, res 836 Willow 
" Mary Miss, res 1711 Atlantic 
" Mary Miss, res s s 38th nr Broadway, 

mail Oakland 
" Michael F, laborer S P Co, res 1711 

Atlantic 
" Michael X, laborer, res 1826 Goss 
" Nellie Mi>s, res 1477 5th 
" Thos, blacksmith, S F, res 1477 5th 
" Thos, salesman McGovern, Cahill & 

Co, res 1735 Market 
" Thos F, painter C H Bradley, res 166 

" W A, conductor S P Co 

" W F, day messenger S P Co, foot 

Peralta, res 836 Willow 
" Wm J, fireman S P Co, res 1711 At- 
lantic 
" tee also Doolan 
Doland Sarah Ann Mrs, died April 8, 

1892 
Dolbier Francis D, res 476 E llth 
" Wards, res 476 E llth 
Dole Julia Miss, teacher Lincoln School, 

res 1257 Harrison 
Doling Jas, carpenter, res 806 Jackson 
" Margaret F Mrs, res 806 Jackson 
Dollard John A, removed to S F 
Dolman Annie L Miss, teacher evening 
school, res 569 8th 



Dolman Carrie C Mrs, res 569 8th 
" Percy, dental student C S Weston, 

res 569 8th 
" Wm H, dentist, res 569 8th 
Dolph Ash, bartender J J Hanifin & Co, 

res 855 Harrison 
Domenico Isola, bootblack J Cordanno, 

res 711 Myrtle 
Domes Henry W, mechanic C B Rice, res 

733 Center 
" Jos J, carriage maker, res 733 Center 

DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE 

CO, F S Prescotc niauager, 1057 
Washmgton 
Dommco Angelo, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Dominick Frank, cook A Zezak, res 1012 

Clay 
Donahar John W, propr St Lawrence 
House, 853| Franklin, res same 
" Maggie Miss, res St Lawrence House 
Donahoo Allie Miss, res 376 E 14th 
" Emery, student, res 376 E 14th 
" Mamie Miss, res 376 E 14th 
" Michael W, res 376 E 14th 
" M Olive Miss, student Aydel tte's 

College, res 807 Jackson 
" Pearl Miss, res 376 E 14th 
" Wm H, bricklayer, res 807 Jackson 
Donahue Fiank, fireman C St Ky Co, 

res 760 Wood 
*' Mary Mrs, res 40th nr West, mail 

N Temescal 
Donald John, carpenter, res 410 10th 
Donaldson A Mrs, res 581 12th 
" Alexander, stair builder W T Veitch 

& Bro, res 500 24tb 
" Jas (Donaldson & Co, S F) res 1116 

Broadway 
" J G, druggist, County Hospital, r»3 

581 12th 
" M Miss, dressmaker, res Areata 

House 
" M Mrs (Swinborne & Donaldson) res 

Areata House 
" M W, student, res 581 12th 
" Robt, bicycle repairer, 825 RIarket, 

res same 
" V M, pressman P P Pub Co, res 715 

12th 
" W^m A, res 1620 13th ave 
Donant Frank, cellarman S B Rothen- 

berg, res 8th nr Washington 
Donegan Patrick, laborer, res 1121 3d 
Donelin T Jas, clerk, S F, res 1430 16th 
Donlin M, brakeman S i^ Co, res 936 

Willow 
Donnell Annie L Miss, domestic, 1024 

Myrtle 
" Geo, gripman Con P C Co, res 272 

23d 
" John, carpenter, res 410 10th 
Donnelian Edward, res 914 28th 
" Ella G Mies, student, res 814 29th 



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Donnellan Mary Mrs, nurse, res 814 29th 
" Thos. job printer, res 1758 Market 
" Thos, hack driver D Bluuin, res b06 

Broadway 
Donnelly Ann Mise, domestic, 1259 Web- 
ster 
" Bernard J, clerk, res 1810 Goss 
" Edward, fireman, res 1093 3d 
" Florence V Mrs, res n s Bonita ave, 

Piedmont 
" Geo J, clerk, rea 1810 Goss 
" Grace Miss, res E 14th ur 27th ave, 

Fruitvale, mail same 
" Henrietta Miss, res E I4tb nr 27th 

ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Henry Mrs, res E 14th nr 27th ave, 

Fruitvale, mail same 
" Jas, employe Pac I & N Co, res 1663 

Pacific 
" John C, hod carrier, res 1663 Pacific 
" John C, traveling salesman, res 1305 

Sth 
" Jos B, res 1810 Gops 
" Lee, student, res 1016 14th 
" Loretto Miss, dressmaker, res 1810 

Goss 
" Mary Miss, res 1810 Goss 
" Mary Miss, student, res 1016 14th 
*' Mary Miss, res 1663 Pacific 
" Mary Mrs, res 1810 Goss 
" Sarah A Mrs, res 1016 14th 
" Thos, cash boy J A Joyce, res 1264 

Kirkham 
" Wm, laborer, res e s San Pablo ave 

nr Elizabeth, mail Uolden Gate 
" Wm D, cement layer, res 571 3d 
Di-noghue T H, switchman S P Co 
Donohue Cornelius J, molder, S F, res 

1355 16th 
" David, res 707 Sycamore 
" John, carpenter, res Union Hotel 
" John, plumber, res 1355 16th 
" Katie Miss, domestic, 1808 Grove 
" Maggie B Miss, res 1355 16th 
" Michael, laborer, res n s 45th nr 

(ttovc, mail N Temescal 
" M, laborer V L Fortin, res 155 3d 
■' Patrick, laborer, res 1001 Franklin 
" Robt E, clerk, S F, res 823 Chester 
" Saml, mechanic T J Carroll, res 1355 

16th 
Donovan Annie Mrs, res 662 Jefferson 
" Cornelius, plasterer, res Telegraph 

ave nr Alcatraz ave, mail Peralta 
" Danl, saloon, 420 7th, res Wintrop 

House 
" Dennis, hod carrier, res Wintrop 

House 
" Edward G, letter carrier, res 925 35th 
" Eva Miss, tailoress, res 912 3d 
" Hannah 'SI Miss, res 1003 3d 
" J Mrs. ladies' nurse, res 655 Park ave 
" Jas, plasterer, res Telegraph ave nr 

Alcatraz ave, mail Peralta 



Donovan Jas J, grainer, res 760 3d 
" John, employe S P Co, res 1003 3d 
" John B, printer, res 613 6th 
" John F, balesman P Flynn, res J305 

Jefferson 
" John J, teacher, res 1113 10th 
" John L, paper hanger Uhl Bros, res 

1003 3d 
" Josie Miss, res 912 3d 
" Julia Mrs, res 760 3d 
" Lizzie A Miss, typewriter, res 760 3d 
" Lucy M Misp, teacher elocution, res 

655 Park ave 
" Maggie E Miss, saleslady Mrs N Lay- 

mance, res 613 6th 
" Margaret Mrs, res 613 6th 
" Mary Miss, nurse, 518 Simpson ave 
" Michael, liborer St Mary's Cemetery, 

res 912 3d 
" Minnie Miss, tailoress, res 912 3d 
" Patrick, inmate Lidustrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Robt T, res 613 6th 
" Timothy, salesman P Flynn, res 1305 

Jefferson 
" Wm J, atty at law, 906 Broadway, 

rms 25 ard 26, res 613 6th 
Donzelmann John F, letter carrier, res 

409J 12th, rm 13 
Doody Arthur, paper hanger W H Sied- 

entopf, res J 564 7th 
" Danl, painter, res 565 6th 
" & Hooley (Miles Doody and Cornelius 

Hooley) house and sign painters, 

376 12th 
" Miles (Doody & Hoc ley) res 565 6th 
" Moilie Miss, res 565 6th 
" see also Duddy 
Doolan Geo, employe J H Doolan, res 

1070 13th ave 
" Jas H, livery stable, 1070 13th ave, 

res 1168E 15th 
" Maggie A Miss, dressmaker, 127512th 

ave, res same 
" Mary E Miss, dressmaker, 1275 12th 

ave. res same 
Dooley Delia Miss, res 580 3d 
" Margaret Mrs, res 1525 7th 
" Patrick, employe C C Water Co, res 

1117 19th 
DOOLITTLE BROS (Frank H and Wm 

H) carpenters and builders, 1273 

24th ave 
" Frank H (Doolittle Bros) res 1273 

24th ave 
" Mattie E Mrs, dressmaker, res 1273 

24th ave 
" Otis O, clerk John Gushing & Son, res 

1453 Linden 
" Wm B (Doolittle Bros) res 1273 24th 

ave 
Dooly Mary Miss, domestic, 1143 M)rrtle 
" Thos, fireman S P Co, res 669 Web- 
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Dora Emile, machinist Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 1524 24th ave 
Doram Julia Miss, res 417 2d 
Doran Jas, property clerk Medical Dept U 
S A, S F, res 1179 8th 
" Jert-miah, wood, coal, hay and grain, 
2001 San Pa- lo ave, res 2017 West 
" Maggie Miss, torelady C C L Co, res 

1616 12th 
" Maggie Miss, domestic, 1099 Adeline 
" May Miss, bookkeeper C C L Co, res 

1616 12ch 
" Nicholas, sexton St Patrick's Church, 

res 1015 Peralta 
" Wdi F, bakery, 272 5th, res same 
Dore Elizabeth Mrs, res UIO 8th 
" Eiiiile, empl -ye Cal Cotton Mills, res 

1434 24th ave 
Dorety Alice M Miss, student, res 1230 

8th ave 
" Jos H, commission merchant, S F, 

res 1230 8th ave 
" Mabel L Miss*, res 1230 8th ave 
Dorgan Michael, res 2417 Piedmont ave 
Dorman Asenath Mrs, res 304 lOth 
" Henry A, hostler C C Clay, Fruitvab 
Dom Ernest K, engineer S P Co, res 710 
Filbert 
" Eva J Miss, res 403 E 11th 
Dornbach Ueo W, engineer Pac I & N 

Wks. res 1010 3d 

DOBNIN GEO W, assistant managerj 

National Fire Insurance Co (of| 

Hartford) S F, res 1974 Webster 

Dorrell Eunice V Miss, bookkeeper, resl 

264 B I 

" Jas, carpenter, res 204 B | 

Dorris M Mi^s, dr.ssmaker, res 533 

Hobart 
Dorsaz Ferdinand H, photographer, S F, 

res 1627 Market 
Dorsch Chas, tailor, 1710 7th, res 861 

Willow 
" Elsie Miss, res 861 Willow 
" Mary Mrs, dressmaking, 861 Willow, 

res same 
" Tillie Miss milliner, res 861 Willow 
Dorsey Sadie M Miss, res 572 Hobart 
Dotson Louise Miss, domestic Lillard 

House 
Doty Antone, laborer S P Co 
" Jos, laborer S P Co 
Doub D M, agt, res 528 3l8t 
" Mabel Miss, student, res 528 31st 
Doubt Jos H, laborer, res 1167 36th 
" M J Mrs, dressmaker, 1167 36th, res 

same 
Doud Eugene S, commercial traveler, S 

F, res 1460 Fruitvale ave 
" Katie Miss, res 819 Clay 
Dougery Chas, plasterer, res 1828 Ade- 
line 
Dougherty Hugh, engineer S P Co, res 
1718J 7th 



Dougherty Jas S, machinist Oakland Iron 

Works, res 860 Clay 
" John, employe S P Co, res 1718 i 7th 
" John, wiper S P Co, res 852^ Web- 
ster 
" Philip, employe S P Co, res 1718i 

7th 
" Thos, laborer Judson Manufacturing 

Co 
Douglas A L Mrs, widow, res Fruitvale ^ 

ave nr School, Fruitvale 
" Chas, physician, S F, res 1060 Har- 
rison 
" C W, clerk, res 516 5th 
" Dora A Mrs, res 1468 Grove 
" Oreo A, bookkeeper, S F, res Bray ave 

nr E 14th, Fruitvale 
" Julia Mrs, domestic, 1375 11th ave 
" Marv E Mrs, res 817 Peralta j 

DOUGLAS NATHAN S, assistant ! 

sanitary inspector, office at health 

office, res 2015 Chestnut \ 

" Nellie Mr^, candies and notions, 368 

7th, res same 
" N S, capitalist, res Hotel Crellin ■ 

"OP Mrs, res 1919 Magnolia ! 

" s W Mrs. res 409i 12th j 

" Thos, electrician, res 368 7th \ 

Douglass Chas W, bakery, 709 Broad- i 

way, res same | 

" Frank J, night yardmaster S P Co, 

res 817 Peralta 
" Jas H, first officer str Piedmont, res , 

Alameda 
"PA, res w s 1st ave nr Hudson, mail 

N Temescal 
" Tessie Miss, res Market Street House 
" Thos H, electrician O Cable R Co, res I 

1492 San Pablo ave | 

Douthitt Frank L, house mover, res | 

1001 7th I 

Douvilte L Napoleon, cement worker, i 

res 571 3d 1 

Dow Amos R, real estate, S F, res 1 185 

Old County road 
" Augustus, collector, S F, res 1304 

Webster 
" Benjamin, druggist, res 1363 16th 
DOW EDGAE L DR, dentist, 1004 

Broadway, rm 14 
" Edward N, shoemaker, 920 Franklin, 

res 1711 Chestnut 
'• E P Mrs, teacher, res 475 9th 
" Geo W, student, res 1370 11th 
" Howard, carpenter, res 1185 Old 

County road 
" Jas G, farmer, res 1270 23d ave 
" Lorenzo, carpenter C P R R, res 1370 

11th 
" M-ry E Mrs, matron Fabiola Hos- 
pital, NE cor Broadway and Moss 

ave, res same 
•' Minnie B Miss, student, res 1270 23d 



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Dow Wm A, atty at law, S F, res 1270 

•23d ave 
" -tee itlso Da IV 

Po^d Bernard, laborer, res 1113 3d 
" Harry, laborer, res 1162 7th 
" Harry, driver Log Cabin Bakery, res 

•-'07") San Pablo ave 
■' Kate Miss, res 724 Center 
" Maggie Miss, res 724 Center 
" Mary Miss, dcunes ic, t)01 18th 
'• Michael, laborer, res 1051 E 12th 
" J'hos F, contractttr and builder, 1361 

1 1th, res same 
Dow lall A Mrs, res Lake Shore ave 

• Fannie E Mi-<s, res Lak^ Shore ave 
Dowdle Chas, salesman Kenney & Wells, 

res 1 122 Chestnut 
" Clara L Miss, res 1122 Chestnut 
" E, clerk supt's office S P Co, res 

1122 Chestnut 
" Everett S (Oakland Rubber Stamp 

Co) res 1122 Chestnut 
" Louise H Mrs, res 11:2 Chestnut 
" S»muel R, student, res 111:2 Chest- 
nut 
Dowell J VV Mrs, res 806 Center 
" Lizzie Mrs, res 1453 Sth i 

" Orrin, miner, res E 14th nr 25th ave, 

Fruitvale, mail same 
" Wm, gardener, 520 Sycamore 
Dowling A E Mrs, res 1717 Lincoln 
" Chas R, carpenter, res 660 6th 
" D E, supt Standard Soap Co, Berke- 
ley, res 715 13th 
" Kate Miss, res 2426 Telegraph ave 
" Michael, janitor, res 1015 Peralta 
" Richard, res 2426 Telegraph ave, 

mail N Temescil 
" Richard, carpenter a>d builder, 660 

6th, res same 
" Sadie Mi-js, res 2426 Telegraph ave 
" S E Mrs, res 2426 Telegraph ave, mail 

N Tem'scal 
" Wm E. carpet layer L F Hickey & 
Co, res 555 Charter 
DOWNES & BYRNE (Charles S 
Downes and James D Byrne) drug- 
gists. 901 Washington 
DOWNES CHARLES S (Downes & 

Byrne) res 1K)1 Washington 
Downey Andrew, res 854 Jefferson 
" Ann Mr3, res 665 5th 
Doicney Ann E Mrs, died May 14, 18921 
" Annie A Miss, artist, res 655 5th 
" Chas, employe Pac I & N Wks, res 
756 Willow , 

" Daniel, gripman O Cable R Co, res 

1920 Linden 
" Edward M, brakeman S P Co, res 

714 3d 
" Frank, motor man Hay wards Elec- 
tric Ry, res 600 E 12th 
" James, teamster Pav Co, res New 
Broadway Junction Hotel 



Downey John C, bookkeeper, S F,res 1518 

10th ave 
" John H, machine hand Ingler & At- 
kinson, res Harding's Hotel 
" Patrick, conductor O Cable R Co, 

res 1920 Linden 
" Peter, gardener J P Brown, 769 8th 
" T A, police officer (city) res 413 9th 
" Thos H, lather, res 756 Willow 
" Wm, employe Pac I & N Wks, res 

756 Willow 
Downie Harry, laborer .Judson Manufac- 
turing Co 
" W J, carpenter Burnham-Standeford 

Co 
Downing C Mme, dressmaking, 474 13th, 

res 1114 Washington 
«' Frank A, clerk, S F, res 1556 9th are 
" Fremont O, sec Alaska Gold Co, 

Portland, res 1253 1 Ith ave 
" Geo J, purser str Santa Rosa, S F, 

res 1556 9th ave 
" John C, master mariner, res 1362 

11th ave 
" John P, driver Grayson, Owen & 

Co. res n s Dalton ave nr Green, 

mail Golden Gate 
" Jos H, photographer, S F, res 709 

10th 
" Jos M, res 1114 Washington 
" J W. employe O Plan Mills, res 1107 

Alice 
" Mamifl Miss, dressmaker Mme C 

Downing, res 1114 Waishington 
" Rena A Miss, res 15f 6 9th ave 
" Theodore H, capitalist, res 1556 9th 

ave 
" Thos A, cipitalist, res 1253 Uth ave 
" Thos W, ship carpenter, res Cherry 

ave nr Old County road, Fruitvale, 

mail same 
" Wm E, marine engineer, S F, rea 

1556 9th ave 
Downs Daniel W, brakeman S P Co, res 

1612 15th 
" Hattie Miss, res 685 25th 
" S H, brakeman S P Co 
Dowsing Chas W, salesman Taft A; Pen- 

noyer, res Arlington Hotel 
Doxey Frederick, cigar maker, res e s 

11th nr Folsom, mail Golden Gate 
Doyle Bes-ie Miss, res SW cor San Pablo 

and Doyle ave^ nr Golden Gate 
•' Daniel, laborer S P Co, Peralta slip, 

res Alameda 
" Dennis W, employe Cal Door Co, res 

1860 William 
" Dora Miss, cook, 1029 6th ave 
" Edward, extraman Engine Co No 2, 

res 468 6th 
" Frank, clerk Golden Gate Hotel, 

Stock Yards, mail Oakland 
" Hessie L Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 

698 35th 



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*SISt California Street, S.F. 4S7 Nintii Street. Oakland. 



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Doyle Howard, clerk J H Macdonald & 

Co, res 1458 Castro 
*' Isabella Miss, res 1458 Castro 
" Jas, carijenter S P Co, res 1517 8th 
" .las A, tinner, res 1507^ 7th 
" Jas .1, sailinaker, S h\ res 22!) Harlan 
" Jas X, master mariner, res 1458 Cas- 
tro 
" John, res SVV cor San Pablo and 

Doyle aves, mail Golden Gate 
" Jos F, sailmaker, S F, res 229 Harlan 
" L, Hreman str Oakland 
" Luke, groceries and liquors, 852 

Webster, res same . 
" Margaret Mis?, res 1860 William 
" Mary A Mrs, res 1311 4th ave 
" Michael, car repairer S P Co, res 1860' 

William 
" Michael T, car cleaner S P Co, res 

1860 William 
" Thos, bJacksmith, S F, res 698 35 th 
" Thos R, clerk S P Co, res 229 Harlan 
" Thos W, painter, res 853 E 2l8t 
" Wm, bartender J D Needham, res 

320 3d 
Dozier John, cook, res 972 36th 
Dralini Giacomo, quarryman O Pav Co, 

res Temescal 
Drais A S, capitalist, res 774 19th 
" Francis M, student, res 615 15th 
" Jessie L Miss, bookkeeper W T 

Veitch & Bro, res 615 15th 
" Lemuel K, deputy U S marshal, res 

615 15th 
" Lena Miss, res 615 15th 
'* Madison J, student, res 774 19th 
" Kobt A, res 774 19th 
Drake E D Mrs, res 2424 Telegraph ave 
" Emery J, pressman P P Pub Co, res 

853 Isabella 
" Ernest M. bookbinder P P Pub Co, 

res 1016 Brush 
" Geo, plumber, res 620 Franklin 
" Geo F, traveling salesman, S F, res 

1720 Seward 
" Geo W, res 1720 Seward 
" Jas N, cook S P Co, res 210 3d 
" John B, clerk, S F, res 1720 Seward 
" Leola Miss, student, res 2126 Mag- 
nolia 
" Mary A Mrs. nurse, NW cor 13th| 

ave and E 20th 
" Thos, apprentice, res 620 Franklin [ 
" V E Mrs, hairdresser, S F, res 306i 

13th 

" Will, employe Judson Manufacturing! 

Co, res 1 720 Seward | 

" Willis, engineer, res 2126 Magnolia t 

DRAMATIC STUDIO (Mr and Mrs 

H G Osburn) 564 Jones 
Drapel Henry, gardener, res Lane s e 

of Bassett Tract, Fruitvale 
Draper Calvia P.mate tug Jiival, res 16671 
William 



Draper Thos, canvasser, res 1667 William 
" Thoa B (23d Ave Land Co) rea 1171 

Monroe 
Drath Henry (Shepherd & Drath) res 666 

34th 
Drauka Kate Miss, domestic, 954 16th 
Drebert Oliver M, job priater P P Pub 

Co, res 702 Sycamore 
Dredge Theo F, cleik, S F, res 1114 

Adeline 
Drcis'iach Frank, bookkeeper Woodcock 

& Hodge, res Brooklyn House 
Drennan Thos, machinist -Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res Adeline nr 41st, 
mail Emeryville 
Drennon C Miss, tailoress M J Keller 

Co, res 101:i 11th ave 
" E Mrs, res 1013 llth ave 
" N Miss, res 1013 llth ave 
" Nelson, eng neer, S F. res 1013 llth 

ave 
" V Misa, tailoress M J Keller Co, res 
1013 llth ave 
DRESCO L & CO (L Dresco and Mrs 
y Petar) wholesale and retail dealers 
in wines and liquors, 1072 Broad- 
way 
DRESCO LORENZO (L Dreaco & Co) 

res 1363 Castro 
Dressal Maggie Misa, res SW cor Grove 

and 39th, mail Oakland 
" Peter, laborer, res SW cor Grove 

and 39tb, mail Oakland 
Dressier Bruno E, picture frame maker 
Kenney, Wells & Co, rea 1018 E 
23d 
Dreux Marie Misa, clerk Abrahamson 

Bros, rea 798 .Jefferson 
Drew A, porter P P C Co, res S F 
" Edward K, employe Pac I &; N Wks, 

res 1854 Short 
" Edward W, master mariner, S F, 

res 1424 Filbert 
" Elizabeth Mrs, employe C C L Co, 

res 1420 15th 
" Elmer R, B S, instructor in 
physics University of California, 
res 472 24th 
" Enoch, died March 16, 1892 
" George W, machine hand, S F, 

res 712 6th 
" James P, mortiser Cal Door Co, 

res 1854 Short 
" Margaret Misa, res 214 E 8th 
" S E Mrs, res 472 24th 
" Simon, laborer, Alameda, res 1854 

Short 
" Simon J, employe Pac I & N Wks, 

res 1854 Short 
" see also Druhe 
Drewey Wella Mra, rea 23 Klinkner ave, 

mail Golden Gate 
Drexler L P, pres Cal Jute Mills Co, 3d 
ave and E 10th, res S F 



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Dealers in Real Estate, 
I002 BROADWAY, OAKLAND, CAL- 

TELEPHONE 637. 



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Dreyer Frederick A, mgr Mrs M Dreyer, Drussel Daniel, res 918 Filbert 

res 310 7th " Eugene J. with Stocker & Holland, 
" J H, groceries, 1144^ E 14th, res 310 res 918 Filbert 

7th *' Julia Mrs, res 918 Filbert 

" John H, shoemaker, S F, res 310 7th " Louis M, res 918 Filbert 

" Margaret Mrs, cigar mfr, 1123 Rail- Dryden L T, student, res 217 5th 

road ave, E 0, res 310 7th " William S, clerk, ."^ F, res E 19th 
Driesbach Wm, brakeman S P Co, res and 21st ave 

Pullman House Dryer Ella M Mifs, bookkeeper, res SE 
Drinkwater Ambrose M, collector C C cor 7th and Center 



Water Co, res 8(55 ISth 
" Mary A Mrs, res 1520 23d ave 
Driscoll Dennis J, sailmaker, S F, res 753 

Campbell 
" Edward, blacksmith S P Co, res 1071 

Peialta 
" George D, wood and coal, hay and 

graiu, 1:^09 2:M ave, res 1121 E 22d 
" James C, bartender K C Grant, res 

825 Broadway 
" James J, packer, res 1666 William 
" J M Mrs, res U05 Webster 
" John J, laborer 8 P Co, res 753 

Campbell 
" John W, plumber, res 159 7th t 

" Kate Miss, domestic, 1129 Myrtle 
" Maria B Mrs, res 613 17th 
" Mortimer, laborer, res Wintrop 

House 
" Moses, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Thomas A, res 1405 Webster 
" William, teamster, res Adeline bet 

Menlo and Stanley, mail Oakland 
" William, laborer, res 159 7th 
" William F, dentist, res 940 Peralta 
Drish L, porter P P C Co, res 810 

Alice 
Driver Chas B, removed to Fresno 
Drossner Wolf, res 1019 Castro 
Drucker — , res 1769 Goss 
Druckers Haverly Express, Knight & 

Olsen proprs, E I4th near 23d ave 
Drugan James, longshoreman, 

Louis House 



" Mary Mrs, res SE cor 7th and Center 
Drynen Annie C Miss, res 227 10th 
" Mary L Miss, bo<'kkeep«r, S F, res 

227 nth 
' ' William J, c^erk, S F, res 227 10th 
Dubernet Lucien, clerk, S F, res 1258 

nth ave 
" Raoul F, clerk, S F, res 1258 11th 

ave 
" Rnsiue Mrs, dressmaker, res 1258 

11th ave 
Du Bois Benjamin, pattern maker, res 

2101 Adeline 
" Chas H (Jersey Milk, Cream and 

Butter Co) res 1303 Telegraph ave 
" Elijah (Jersey Milk, Cream and 

Butter Co) res 487 26th 
" Estella Miss, res 2101 Adeline 
" Frederick W, brakeman S P Co, res 

763 E 14th 
" Irene E Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, 

res Thp Centennial 
" Laura D Miss, res 763 E 14th 
' ' Peter G, carpenter mill S P Co, res 

2101 Adeline 
" Rose M Miss, res 763 E 14th 
" Wm C. railway postal clerk, res 763 

E 14th 
Duby Jenny L Mrs, nurse, res Beulah 

Park 
Duchein Cyril, knife grinder, 422 7th, 

res 612 Franklin 
" J Ernest, baker, rts 818 Cypress 
res St DucbriiU Emile, tailor, res 807 Wood 
Duckwood Henry, res 1652 16th 



Druhe Herman A, real estate, S F, res; "ML Mrs, res 1652 16th 

911 14th Ducom & Aurignac (Louis Ducom and 

I Druhm Chas D, mgr K Giannini, 963 B Aurignac) French Laundry, 1082 

Washington, res 312 E 16th 14th ave 

Drum Cas>>ie M Mis?, rei 953 Market Ducom Louis ( Ducom & Aurignac) res 

" & Elsey Building, 1010 Washington, 1082 14th ave 

! " Frank G, cashier J B Haggin, S F,' Duddy Edward, employe Judson Manu- 



res 9f 3 Market 
" John S, capitalist, 1050 Broadway,; 

res 953 Market 
" John S Jr, law student, res 953 

Market 
Drummond H E Mrs, res 562 E 14th 
Drury Emily Mrs, dressmaker, 972 7th, 

res same 
" Horace, driver Caledonian Dye 

Works, res 605 18th 
" John R, res 605 18th 
" S R, sewing machine agt, res 972 7th 



facturing Co, res Park Exchange 
Hotel, mail Emeryville 

" George M, expressman Martin Daddy, 
res 91 1 Alice 

" Martin, expressman, 8th and Broad- 
way, res 911 Alice 

" William, clerk, S F, res 1720 14th 
Dudley C P Mrs, res 1236 Adeline 

"EC, conductor S P Co 

" Wm M, salesman, S F, res 947 

Linden 
Dudoit Anne Mrs, res 609 16th 



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Dueer Julius, merchant tailor, 1113 Dugdell Wm H, artificial stone work, Ala- 

23d ave, res shim meda, res 815 Webster 

Duenow Ida, domestic, 1459 Telegraph Duggan Thos, gardener Mrs Eklson 

ave Adams, Bay Place 

Duesabou Chas, fireman J L Gordon, res Dujigar A 8. waiter P P C Co, res 758 

n a Hallet ave near Bay, mail 6th 

liolden Gate Duholm John H, confectioner A H & M 

" John, driver Miller & Lux, res s s L Schlueter, res 906 Washington 

Union ave near Bay, mail Golden Duke Joe S, laborer, res 660 Madison 

Gate Dukes H C Dr, director Oakland Ensor 

Dufau Isabella Mrs, employe Mme C Instiiute, res 229 12th 

Coin, res 1370 Broadway Dukey Annie Mrs, nurse, res 1112 Lin- 

Dufault Jean, employ* Mme C Coin, res den 

.SW cor Webster and Twelfth Dulcich Luigi, res 650 E 14th j 

Duff Wm, watchman S P Co, res 1725 Dumas Anna C Mrs, res 1725 Myrtle \ 

William I " '^ Edward, barber, S F, res 1725 j 

Duffy Andrew J, res 263 4th | Myrtle ! 

" Bernard, teamster Remillard Brick Dnmett E C Mrs, res 1574 7th ave 



Co, res 659 Clay 
Elizabeth M Miss, res 819 Filbert 
Hannah Miss, res 819 Filbert 
Jas, engineer, res 811 Center 
John, student, res e s Telegraph ave 

opp 47th, mail N Temescal 
John E, carpenter, res 819 Filbert 
Katie Miss, tailoress, res 819 Filbert 
Martin, apprentice plumber Burtchaell 
& Crowley, res e s Telegraph ave opp 
47th, mail N Temescal 
" Mary Miss, clerk, S F, res e s Tele- 
graph ave opp 47th, mail N Temes- 
cal 
" Mary E Miss, domestic, 1033 Ade- 
line 
" Pafrick, teamster Remillard Brick 

Co, res 659 Clay 
" Philip, hack man res 1653 12th 
" Rose Mrs, res 673 27th 
" Thos, track walker S P Co, res 564 

E12th 
" Thos, laborer O C St Ry Co, res e s 
Telegraph ave i.pp 47th, mail N 
Temescal j 

Duffy Thomas, died Oct 14, 1891 * 

Dutit Mary A Mrs, res 466 3d 
Dufour Thos M, plasterer, res 659 Ken- 
nedy 
Dufrane John, plasterer, res 1518 Broad- 
way 
Dugaa Geo, lather, res 1758 7th 
" Geo J, lather, res 1372 12th 
" H F, supt circulation TrifniTie, res S F 
" John M, carpenter, res 1116 Broad- 
way 
" Katherine Miss, res 806 Brush 
" Katie Miss, domestic, 1055 8th 
" Mary Miss, bookbinder, res 1372 12th 
" Thos, gardener, res 1975 Broadway 
Dugdell Ann Mrs, res 815 Webster 
" Belle E Miss, cashier Abrahamson 

Bros, res 815 Webster 
" Geo W, clerk 
Webster 



Dunakin Thos H, contractor and builder, 
res Prescott opp King ave. Fruit- 
vale 

Dunbar Elizabeth Mrs, res 1420 15th 

" .Toe, employe C C L Co 

" Joshua L, produce, etc, 5th and 
Washington, res 1008 9th ave 

" Minnie Miss, bookbinder P P Pub 
Co, res 771 21st 

" Retta L Miss, compositor P P Pub 
Co, res 771 21st 

" S G S, principal Durant School, res 
431 Hawthorn ave 
DUNBAR W A M, veterinary hos- 
pital, -309 nth, res 305 11th 

Duncan A Dora Miss, dancing teacher, 
res 1365 8th 

'' Alexander, wood turner Broadway 
Planing Mills, res 102 4th 

" Augustine G, res 1365 8th 

" Dora G Mrs, pianist, res 1365 8th 

" Emma .J Mrs, res 835 Harrison 

" Geo, produce dealer, res n s Linden 
lane, mail N Temescal 

" Geo Jr, train baggageman S P Co, 
res 1379 16th 

" Jas, engineer Cal Jute Mill-, res 129 
E nth 

" J M, conductor S P Co, res 5.30 9th 

" Mary A 8 Mrs, res n s 44th nr Tele- 
graph ave, mail N Temescal 

" Mary E Miss, dancing teacher, 1365 
8th, res same 

' * R, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co 

" Raymond G, clerk yardmaster's office 
8 P Co, res 1365 8th 

" Richard M, groceries, 851 Myrtle, res 
945 Myrtle 

" Robt, car])enter, res 956 3d 

" Robt, employe Judson Manufactar- 
ing Co, res 1725 Taylor 

" Wm, fruits, 1313 Telegraph ave, res 



same 
J L Irving, res 815 Duncombe A H, fireman S P Co, res 
1726 William 



Mattie L Miss, res 815 Webster 



A, car cleaner S P Co, res 1778 8th 



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Dundrado John, employe Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 306 B 
DuDgan E, train baggageman S P Co 
" Mamie Mrs, res 511 6th 
Dunham Annie Mrs, dressmaker, res 

Alpine House 
" Benjamin F, pres Dunham, Carrigan 

& Hayden Co, S F, res 1397 Alice 
" David U, collector McGovern, Cahill 

& Co, 727 8th 
" Florence Miss, student, res 1397 

Alice 
" Geo P, employe McCleverty & Nob- 

lett, res 860 Broadway 
" Mary Miss, res 1397 Alice 
" Orrin S, res 707 Franklin 
" Ruth Miss, res 1397 Alice 
" Timothy, res n s 4:7th nr Shattuck 

ave, mail N Temescal 
" WoodruflF, boatman, res 542 Webster 
DUNLAP CHARLES H, agent The 

Mutual Life Insurance Co (of N Y) 

for Alameda County, 962 Broad- 
way, res Alameda 
" Edwin, student, res 462 12th 
" Henry A, housemover, 714 6th, res 

same 
" John N, watchman Webster street 

bridge, res same 
" Preston H, carpenter, res 462 12th j 
" Wm H, bricklayer V L Fortin, resj 

714 6th I 

Dunlevy Johanna Mrs, cook New West-! 

ern Hotel, res same j 

Dunmire S S, res 1361 Franklin ' 

Dunn Alexander, machinist, S F, res 

1370 9th 
"AM Miss, res 536 24th 
" Clara B Miss, clerk, S F, res 692 

Sycamore 
" Daniel C, painter, res 416 E 23d 
" David, steward, res Clarendon House 
" Edgar H, sign painter, res 416 E 23d 
" Ida Miss, employe C C L Co, res 418 

12th 
" Jas, butcher M O'Connell & Co, res 

1259 JeflFerson 
DUNN JAMES P H, physician and 

surgeon, 1103j^ Broadway, rm 3, 

and city physician, health office, res 

536 24th 
" Jeremiah, carpenter, res Buena \ ista 

ave nr Lowell, mail Golden Gate 
" Jessie A Miss, student, res 817 Oak 
" John, rancher, res 1612 Myrtle 

DUNN JOHN M, D D S, dentist, 

1155 Broadway, rms 28 and 29, res 

676 17th 
" Julia Miss, dressmaker, res 416 E 23d 
" Martin, laborer, res SW cor 3d and 

Madison 
" Martin M, res 536 24th 
" Mary Miss, res 972 E 16tk 
" Mary Miss, res 692 Sycamore 



Dunn M C Miss, res 536 24th 
" M T Miss, res 536 24th 
" R K, dentist, 1108 J Broadway, res 

215 13th 
" Robt H, carpenter and builder, 832 

West, res same 
" Saml W, canvasser, res 692 Sycamore 
" Stella V Miss, res 692 Sycamore 
" Thos, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Thos, laborer, res 972 E 16th 
" Viola Miss, dressmaker, res 416 E 

23d 
" Wilber L, paper hanger, res 692 Syc- 
amore 
" Wm H, gripman Con P C Co, res 36 

Walsworth ave 
" W L, student St Mary's College, res 

536 24th 
Dunne Emily Miss, res 368 A 
" Emily Miss, res 557 4th 
" Frank W, carpenter P J Brophy, res 

368 A 
" John C, clerk S P Co, res 963 7th 
" Patrick F, tailor M J Keller Co, res 

493 34th 
Dunnet G A Miss, artist, res 572 E 14th 
Dunning Geo H, student, res 1721 11th 

ave 
" Hc.rlan P Rev, res 1721 11th ave 
" Sarah A Miss, student, res 1721 11th 

ave 
" Sheldon W, clerk R A Coleman, res 

1721 11th ave 
" Wm B, U S Navy. S F, res 1215 

Harrison 
" Wm E, traveling salesman, res 619 

13th 
" Wm S, student, res 1721 11th ave 
Dunphy Thos, teacher violin, res 764 

20th 
Dunsmoor C H, bank commissioner, S 

F, res Hotel Albany 
Dunsniore Wm G, coppersmith S P Co, 

res 1710 8th 
Dunstan John, gardener W W Camron, 

res 1914 Telegraph ave 
" Wearne, teamster E J Bates, res 451 

B 
" Wm Jr, res 852 18th 
Dunster John H, carpenter, res 835 Fe- 
ral ta 
Dupont Augusta, propr Lake View Cot- 
tage (saloon) s s £ 12th opp Lake 
Merritt, res same 
" Chas, laborer, res 721 4th 
" Gabriel, laborer, res 728 Chestnut 
" Jeffery, laborer, res 721 4th 
Du Prat Augustus, salesman, S F, res 

1040 Chester 
Dupre Josephena A, physician, 229 12th, 

res same 
Dupree Lizzie Mrs, res w s 46th nr 
Shattuck ave, mail N Temescal 



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Ihiran Agnes Mrs, res 572 10th 

Darant Amos, car cleaner S P Co, res 

718 7th 
"FA, pumper S P Co, E Oakland 
" Francis A, mining, res 863 Wood 
" Frankie E Miss, res 863 Wood 
" Nancy E Mrs, restaurant, 863 Wood, 

res same 
" School, S G S Dunbar principal, 28th 

bet West and Grove 
" Wm W, music teacher, res 718 7th 
Durbin Thos, res 677 21st ' 

Duren Alice M Miss, teacher Franklin 

School, res 1404 Harrison 
Durfee M S Miss, res 1019 Filbert 
Durgin Chas S (Chas S Durgin & Co) res 

597 Sycamore 
" Chas S & Co (Chas S Durgin) clocks, 

rugs, etc, 379 10th 
Durham J P Mrs, saleslady Mme M 

Reed, res 623 14th 
Durig Anna Miss, domestic, 58 E 12th 
Durkee C C, contractor and builder, res 

1324 22d ave 
" Elkanah S, contractor and builder, 

res 13 Valley 
" Elkanah S Jr, with E S Durkee, res 

13 Valley 
" Geo W, carpenter, res 266 11th 
" Lucy E Miss, dressmaker, res 13 Val- 
ley 
Durkin John, laborer S P Co, res 714 

Chester 
" Katie Miss, domestic, 1015 Chestnut 
" M Mrs, res 125S Cypress 
Durland John H Elder, res 665 11th 
Duming F, wiper S P Co 
" Geo W, student, rea 1456 11th ave 
" Thos G, mining supt, res 14f6 11th 

»ve 
Du Rose Chas H, carpenter Burnham- 
Standeford Co, res 548 Caledonia 
ave 
" Frank F, mgr Palace Baths, S F, res 

1117 Poplar 
Dur«t Emilie B Miss, died March 4, 1892 
" J O. res 1113 Adeline 
DUSINBTJRY HARRY E, agent Con- 
necticut Fire Insurance Co and (M 
T Dusinbury & Co) 459 9th, res 
1228 Adeline 
" John B, c'erk Oregon Improvement 
Co. res 1228 Adeline 
DUSINBURY M T & CO (M T and H 
E Dusinbury) real estate and insur- 
ance and notary Jjublic, 459 9th 
DUSINBURY MYRON T (M T Dusin- 
bury & C") and n-tary public, 459 
9th, res 1228 Adeline 
Dusio Secondo, scavenger, res 14J1 13th 
Dntra Antone G. employe S P Co, res 

1415 18th 
Dutton Addie Mrs, res 534 William 
{19th) 



Dutton Alfred H, student, res 534 Will- 
iam (19th) 
DiUtoi Calvin E, died Oct 1", 1891 
" C E, comnositor res 481 25th 
" J W, res 534 William 
" John W Jr, delivery clerk C A Mc- 
Laughlin, res f 34 William 
" Reed, farmer, res 960 Clay 
Duval Frank 0, res 558 3d 
" Jos, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, 

res Felton nr Idaho, mail Golden 

Gate 
" W Mayon (W M Duval & Co, S F) 

res 1259 Alice 
" Oliver, carpenter W T Veitch & Bro, 

res Felton nr Idaho, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Oliver Jr, foreman W T Veitch & 

Bro, res 1 1 56 Webster 
" Phillip, clerk, res Felton nr Idaho, 

mail Golden Gate 
Duzeo Fredk, laborer, res Avon nr 2d , 

ave, mail N Temescal 
Dwinelle C H, mgr Alameda Co Branch 

Householders' Supply Companies. 

454 9th, res Fulton, Cal 
"IE Mrs, res 461 E Uth 
Dwyer Bridget Mrs, res 1010 3-1 
" Danl, marble works, terminus Pied- 
mont ave, res s s Booth nr Broad- 
way 
" Dennis, res 567 36th 
" J F, r^^ceiver O Cable R Co, res 1714 

San Pablo ave 
" Patrick, laborer, res s s Weston nr 

Broadway, mail Oakland 
" T, conductor Con P C Co, res 1690 

Broadway 
Dyas Edward J, driver Union Ice Co,res 

2363 Adeline 
Dyberg Minnie Miss, student, res HIS 

Union 
Dybergh Richard, clerk S P Co, S F, res 

Tevis nr E Uth, Fruitvale 
Dyckman A R Mrs, r»s 1520 Broadway 
Dyer Amanda H Mrs, electrician, rep 

1117 Railroad ave 
" D Elmer, clerk, S F, r s E 14th nr 

Fruitvale ave, Friiitvale, mail 

Fruitvale ave and E 14th 
" Henry, clerk, S F, res 1259 W^ebster 
" Jas, painter S P Co, res Newland 

House 
" Jane M Mrs, dressmaking, 854 B'u.sh. 

res same 
" .Jennie H Miss, res 1257 Jackson 
" Jos B, stock broker, S F, res 312 

14th 
" J P Mrs, res 1 '57 Jackson 
" Knte J Mrs res E 14th nr Fruitvale 

ave, Fruitvale, mail Fruitvale ave 

and E Uth 
" Minnie S Miss, res 1257 Jackson 
Dyer Sarah P, died Sept 18. 1891 



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Dynea Wm H, conductor S P Co, res 

1218 E 20th 
Dysart \V W, porter P P C Co. res 765 

Willow 



Eadie Wm, marble polisher Amador 

Marble C< , res same 
Eadon Moses, buyer Hawley Bros, S F, 

res 1261 6th ave 
" Zillah Miss, res 1261 6th ave 
Eagan Catheriue Mrs, res 1167 8th 
'• Ella V Miss, dressmaking, 1065 
Washington, rms 6 and 7, res same 
Eaijaii Harriet J Mi-is, died July 19, 

1892 
" John L, granite cntter D Dwj-er, res 

106.5 VVashiagton 
" Theresa F Miss, dressmaker, res 1065 
Washington 
EAGEN JOHN J (Humboldt Lumber 

Co) res 974 36th 
Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, (reo 
Roeth pres and mgr, 61 1-615 Market 

EAGLK PLANING MILLS, Towie 

& Broad well proprietors. MANU- 
FACTURERS MOULDINGS, 
BRACKETS. DOOR AND WIN 

DOW FRAMES, 752 758 Franklin 
Eat^les Wm C, res 817 Peralta 
Eames E J Mrs, res 1625 loth 
" Frank T, baggageman S P Co, res 

1453 8th 
" Oeo W, conductor S P Co, res 1266 

7th 
" .JeaneMiss, res 266 13th 
" Mary M Miss, res 1073 7th ave 
" Win A, machinist Con P il Co, res 

1625 25th 
" Wm W, ship carpenter S P Co, res 

Earl Adeiui T Mrs, died April 2, 1892 
" (ieo J, insurance agt, res 322 B 
EARL GUY C (Hall & E.rl) attorney 
ai 1 iw, 9,7 Broadway, res McUlure 
ur 2Sth 
" Walter, trader, res 1083 3d 
'" Wm E saddlery, SW cor 14th and 

Washington, res 972 Cheater 
Earle Em-na Miss, empli»ye F H Bruu- 

ing, res Berkeley 
" John B, note teller Anglo-California 
Bank, S F, res n s Fairmount ave, 
Prospect Heights 
" Katie Mrs. res 1113 3d 
Early Elizabeth J Mrs, died May 25. 1892 
" John, porter Galindo Hotel, res 

same 
" Mary Mrs, res 824 linden 
" S L, barber Akatraz ave nr Adeline, 

res same, mad Lorin 
Kast Oakland Free Kindergarten, Miss 
Mary Rust principal, 724 E 14th 



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."iti4 E 12th 
" Oakland Heights, located at inter- 

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" Oakland Hotel, Mrs M E Bacon 

proprietor, 579 E 1 2th 
" Oakland Observer (weekly) Waage 4 

Travers proprietors, 657 E 12th 
" Oakland Station .S P Co, Arthur S 

Hore agt, foot of 13th ave 
" Oakland W C T U, Mrs L W Farish 

pres, M G C Edholm sec, regular 

meetings 3d Monday in each month 

at 2 p. M. in Brooklyn Presbyterian 

Church 
Easter Emma E Miss, res 1718 San 

Pablo ave 
" John W, collector, res 1718 San 

Pablo ave 
" Laura E Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
" Mary P Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
" Nettie G Miss, res 1718 San Pablo 

EASTERN RESTAURANT, Edward 

R Lanpher proprietor, 1156 Railroad 

ave, E Oak and 
Eastland A I , supt Stockton Gas Co, res 

Hotel Metropole 
" John P. mariner, res 22 Sutter, mail 

Golden Gate 
EASTLAND JOSEPH G. president 

Oakland Gas, Light and Heat Co, 

904 Broadway, res S F 
" Josie Miss, res Hotel Metropole 
" Rebecca Mrs, res 852 30th 
" Saunny M, sec Alaska Coal Co, S F, 

res 1428 Sth 
EASTLAND VAN L, superintendent 

Oakland Gas, Light and Heat Co, 

904 Broadway, res 817 Grove 
" Wm H. pres Alaska Coal Co, S F, 

res 1428 8th 
Eastman Alfred, res 1223 llth ave 
" Bowman, res 315 14th 
" C A x\Irs, res 315 14th 
'* Chas H, commission merchant, S F, 

res 1057 7th 
" Evelyn Miss, res 1223 llth ave 
" Francis G, supt O Pav Co's quarry, 

res 460 24th 
" Jas A, contractor and builder, res 

Orange ave nr 23d ave, Fruitvale, 

mail same 
*' L F (J Miss, student, res 460 24th 
EASTMAN MOSES H, superintendent 

The Oakland Paving Co, 906 Broad- 
way, res 64 Valley 
" Ruth M Miss artist, res 460 \:4th 
" Walter F. electrician Con PC Co, res 

1223 llth ave 
Easton Beikeley, compositor Tribune, 

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" ,Jas, res 1373 Harrison 



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Easton Janet Mi9»,dressmaker,592 Jones, 

res same 
" Kimball G, street contractor, 458 

9th, res Berkeley 
" Margaret Miss, res 1373 Harrison 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 592 
Jones 
Eastwood John Q, compiler Husted's 

Oakland Directory, res S F 
Eaton Chas H, lumber surveyor, res 857 

Myrtle 
" Henry Z, clerk U S Laundry, res 

1246 Poplar 
" Horace T, collector, S F, res 1246 

Poplar 
" J L, assay er, res 1709 19th ave 
Ebeling Frederick, jeweler W G Ellis, 

res 467^ 8th 
" Louise E Miss, hairdresser, res 467^ 

8th 
'• Maria Mrs, sausage maker, 467^ 8th, 

res same 
" Mary Miss, clerk Kast & Co, res 

467 J 8th 
Ebell Society, Miss S P Sherman sec, 
1258 Webster, meets at 1570 Tele- 
graph ave 
Ebenezer Baptist Church (colored) Rev 

Geo \V Gray pastor, 769 6th 

Eber Geo, contractor and builder, 416 

20th, res same 

" John W, bricklayer Remillard Brick 

Co ^ I 

" Loreuz. blacksmith, res 953 3d j 

Eberhard Carl, meat cutter F Becker, res 

613 9th I 

Eberhart Margaret Mrs, res with Mark 

Thomas, Temescal 
Eberle L W, baker McElhatton Bros, 

res Richmond House 
Ebert Gus, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 
Eby Arthur W, clerk Jas Maclise, res 

2169 West 
" Edward D (Holli tgsworth & Eby) 

res 2169 West 
" Ida J Miss, res 2169 West 
" John D, nigr Stearns Manufacturing 

Co, S F, res 1213 Myrtle 
"MS Rev, res 545 Charter 
Eccles Wm J, painter McCormick & 

Finnigan, res 951 35th 
Eccleston JasY, clerk The Oakland Bank 

of Savings, res S F 
Echoes (weekly) F R Porter editor and 

propr, 417 8 th 
Eckberg Otto, painter T J Sheehan, res 

Peralta District 
Eckeri- John W, carpenter, res 371 

10th 
Eckhardt Lily Miss, domestic, 919 Lin 

den 
Eckle< I N Mrs, res w a 10th nr Folsom, 
mail Golden Gate 



Eckles Nellie M Miss, principal Bay Dis- 
trict School, res w s 10th nr Folsom, 
mail G. Iden Gate 
" Raymond, brass finisher, res ws 10th 
nr FolsDm, mail Golden Gate 
Eclipse Cracker Co, S F, Max Schuuteu- 

haus a^t, 562 6th 
Economy Feed Box Co (E B French) 957 

8th 
Edbury Hans, employe A Sparman, res 
Sutter nr Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
Eddie Jas B Rev, pastor Golden Gate 
Congregational Church, res 2239 
Adeline 
Eddings Wm C, bartender A W Crow- 
ell, res 1309 San Pablo ave 
" Wm C Mrs, bakery and confection- 
ery, 1309 San Pablo ave, res same 
Elddy Benjamin L, sec Bunker Hill Min- 
ing Co, S F, res 1239 Linden 
" Chas H, heater Pac I & N Wks, res 

837 Brush 
" M J Mrs, res 480 24th 
Edelstein M L, fruit peddler, res 690 3d 
Eden Ann Mrs, employe C C L Co, res 

1219 14th 
" Frances Miss, employe C C L Co 
" John, employe C C L Co 
Edgar A, fireman S P Co, res 802 Wood 
" J Mrs, furnished rooms, 973 Wash- 

ingt"U, res same 
" .Jas, employe Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res 973 Washington 
'* John, coachman H P Livermore, 

Clifton and Waldo 
" John, horse trainer A C Dietz, res 

same, mail Oakland 
" Robert, deputy county clerk, res 

Berkeley 
" S, fireman S P Co 
" Samuel, carriage maker, res 837 33d 
" W J, engineer S P Co, res 1863 

William 
Edgecombe Richard P, ship carpenter 

S P Co, res 807 Pine 
Edgington Cora U Miss, artist, res 520 

E 15th 
Edgren John A, artist, 820 15th, res 

same 
Edgren Robert W, student, res 820 15th 
Edmands J Gushing Mrs, res 1353 Alice 
Edmonds Walter J. barber, res 717 6th 
Edmondston Miss, res Hotel Crellin 
Edmonston Harry T, driver George 

Goeppert & Co, res White House 
Edoff James P (Dallemand & Co, S F) 

res 913 Grove 
Edouart Percival, granite cutter Amador 
Marble Co, res Weston ave and 
Ruby 
Edsberg Christian, laborer, res 3f"7 3d 
Edsljerij Frederick, died April 30, 1893 
Edstrom Thomas, leather worker, res 81 1 
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Edwards Ada Miss, res 1054 12th 
^ " Albert B, bartender J Randlett, res 
Cu Clay and 16th 

r-^ ' " Alice Mrs, res 250 Haven 
_^ " Amanda Mrs. res S.S-2 West 

EDWARDS AMBROSE F jewe'e. a 

W Edwards, res 1054 12th 
" Benjamin F, dentist, 855 Broad- 
way, rm 14, res 1465 0th 
" Carrie Miss, res 1018 6th ave 
" C H. train haggaeeoian S P Co 
" Charles S, butcher, res 522 E 14th 
" David L, carpenter, res 1674 13th 

ave 
" Edward, cooper, res 690 31 st 
" Edward Jr, cooper, res 690 31 «t 
" Edward J, coachman, res 481 24th 
'• T J & Co (T J Edwards and H D 
Hardy) proprs Grand Central Fish 
Market, 916 Washington 
" Fbra Misa, teacher Bay District 

Public School, res S F 
" Florence Miss, clerk Mason & White, 

res 1477 1 ""th ave 
" Florence N Mis^, res 833 Market 
" Francis F. carpenter W H Weilbye, 

res Berkeley 
" Frank, fireman S P Co, res 986 Wood 
" Frederick J (F J Edwards A Co) 

res 1224 10th 
" Ceorge, engineer Tudson Manufac- 
turing Co 
" George C. Ph B, associate professor 
mathematics U of C, res 1568 Web- 
ster 
" George W. night wigher S P Co, 

foot Peralt', res 1477 12th ave 
" Henry, tinner G R A; M Co, res 728 

Filbert 
" Herbert G, res 520 1 0th 
" J Mrs, carpet sewer Uhl Bros, res S F 
" James, farmer, res 1326 12th ave 
^_J^ " .lames L, iron worker, res 833 
^yZ2 Market 

t^ "^ " John, engineer S P Co, res s s 7th I 
^^"^"^ I near Union 

Fjl^l " John, painter, res 270 7tb 
^^^"^ " John G, publisher Coa/it Review, S| 
^^^ I F, res 520 10th 

^^_^p, " John L, deputy collector U S In- 
Y^'^ i \ ternal Revenue, S F, res 1656 Web- 

^^iS»4 " Joseph, medical student, res 1465 

te!»— < ! 9th 

g[nii ^ " Josie Miss, res 1326 12th ave 

^""""^ "■ Kate Miss, res 1054 12th 
\ " Kate Mrs, res 1?04 Watts 

/^^■'^K I " Lincoln, sawyer Woodcock k. Hodge, 

h"*«»H I res 1674 13th ave 

^"••^ j " Lulu Miss, stuHent, res 517 1 8th 

^^'■"^ 1 " Marian Misp, r^s 1477 12th ave 

C^;^^ I " Mary E Mrs, r^s 362 E 16th 
May Miss, res 270 7th 
Moroni, capitalist, res 927 Myrtle 



EDWARDS ROBERT W, watches, 

iiianionds and jewelry, 963 Broad- 
way, res 1054 12th 
" Sadie Mrs. res 767 Webster 
" Thomas, gardener James Gamble, 

Piedmont 
" Walter J, ti reman S P Co, res s s 

7th near Union 
" William, res Tremout House 
" Wm J, res 1326 12th ave 
Efford C, apprentice machinist S P Co 
Egan James, laborer, res 819 Center 
" John, gardener W A Bray, Fruitvale 
Egbert Chas, mgr John Wieland Brew- 
ery, S F, res 1360 Webster 
" Robert S farmer, res 55 1 20th 
Egert & Co (L H Egert and Joseph 
Mesp'ou) meat market, SW cor 
nth and Clay 
" Gretchen Miss, cashier Egert ft Co, 

res Alameda 
" Louis H (Egert & Co) res Alameda 
Eggers Bertha Mrs, res 1416 Chestnut 
" Ernestine Miss, tailoress, res 301 2d 
" George P F, clerk, S F, res 1416 

Chestnut 
" Kate Miss, res 1416 Chestnut 
" Lizzie Miss, clerk, S F, res 1416 

Chestnut 
" Oscar B, professional nurse, 301 2d, 

res same 
Eggert Anton, driver Henry Braun, res 

256 5th 
" Harry, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 
Eggleston Fred E, contractor and 

builder, res 1142 E 17th 
Egleston Chas, stereotyper Oakland En- 
quirer Pub Co, res 555 40th, mail 
Oakland 
" Elizabeth Mrs. res 708 Franklin 
" (ieorge A, conductor O C St Ry Co, 

res 555 40t.h. mail N Temescal 
Ebmer Jessie Mis-, clerk A F Horst- 

man, r>s 1139 E 14th 
Ehrenberg Alfr< d «i, commission mer- 
chant, S F, res 260 E 16th 
Ehreupfordt Frank, bakery, 815 Broad- 
way, res 458 5th 
Ehret Albert, machinist, res w s 10th 

nr Folsom, mail Golden Gate 
" Edward, barber, NE cor Telegraph 
and Columbus aves, res same, mail 
N T'-mescal 
Ehrlich Samuel, salesman Abrahamson 

Bros, res 574 17th 
Eibach Charles, fresco painter, res 976 

Chester 
EIBEN FRED G (Eiben & Nor) res 

943 IVralta 
EIBEN & NOR (Fred G Eiben and 
Andrew J Nor) groceries, 1572 and 
1574 7th 
Eichenberger Annie Mrs, res 834 Myrtle 



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Eichenberger Matilda Mrs, res 834 Myrtle 
Eichenmuller Ohas. coachman A C 

Collins, Klinkner ave nr Idaho, 

mail Golden Gate 
Eicbler Frank, teacher violin and piano, 

res 2*219 Andover 
" Henry, res 2219 Andover 

EICHWEDE EBNEST (Eichwede, 

Mulir \ Co) les b53 Adeline [ 

EICHWEDE, MUHR & CO (Ernestj 
Eichweue, Feodore Muhr and Rich- 
ard Boettclur) staple and fancy 
groceries and liquors, NW cor 7th 
and Adeline | 

Eickbusch Ketta A Miss, domestic, 1772 

GOSB 

Eicke Augusta Misa, dressmaker, res 

1300 7th 
" Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 1300 7th 
Eien Christian C, carpenter Burnham- 
Standeford Co, res 664 26th 
" Hannah Miss, res 664 26th 
" Lena Miss, res 664 26th 
Eiferle Chris, saloon. Old County road 

nr 27th ave, Fruitvale, res same 
Eighth Avenue Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Rev M F Colburn pastor, 
8th ave and E 17th 
EINTRACHT SALOON, David Vogt 

proprietor, 856 Webbter | 

Eisen Albert F, millwright, res 843 

Franklin 
Eisenbach Louis, music teacher, 920 

Broadway, rm 15, res same 
Eitel Chas H, tallyman, res 8_0 Henrv 
" G Mrs, res 1376 17th 
" John A, actor, res 820 Henry 
Ek John, tailor, S F, res 985 Willow 
" Oscar, clerk, S F, res 985 Willow 
Ekensteen August L, clerk, S F, res 
1 155 Campbell i 

Ekstrom Frederick A, waiter Mrs J' 

Fischer, res 762 Jefferson 
Elamanzi Agnes Miss, dressmaker, res 

1781 Goss 
" H Mrs, res 1781 Goss 
Elancy Julius, pattern maker, 8 F, res 

1189 E 15th 
Eland Robt, laborer, res 1015 Harrison 
Elbridge Jesse, gardener Mrs Henry 

Donnelly, Fruitvale 
Elder Sarah C Mrs, died Nov 4, 1891 
El Dorado Stables, Kane & Daly proprs, 

SE cor Franklin and 11th 
Eldred Chas H, bartender, S F, res 250 

8th 
Eldridge Arno F, compositor Tribune,\ 
res Berkeley 
" Arthur, employe Kings & Williams, 

res 564 15th 
" Chas A. res 1659 San Pablo ave 
" Chas W, U S internal revenue agt, 

SF, res 1352 Franklin 
" E, employe C C L Co, res same 



Eldridge Mary E Mrs, res 16f9 San 

Pablo ave 
" Sylvester A, ins brok»r, S F, res 304 

14th 
Elerbrook Herman, res 1317 Kirkham 
Eley Geo B, engmeer, res 812 Chester 
" Geo S B, laborer, res 812 Chester 
Elford Albert H, student, res 2090 San 

Pablo ave 
" E Mrs, res 1303 13th ave 
" Mary E, res 1303 13th ave 
" Richard, carpenter, res 2090 San 

Pablo ave 
" Wm R, carpenter Burnham-Stande- 

ford C<*, res 2090 San Pablo ave 
Elgin Wm G, tinner, S F, res 1157 Cen- 
ter 
Eliasen Amanda, domestic, 460 E 11th 
EliasOQ Anna Miss, domestic F Harrold 
" Horace D, stationer and news dealer, 

465 14th, res 752 16th 
Eliasseu Martin, cabinet maker, S F, res 

1607 Mari<et 
Eliot Chas E, propr Henry House, 462 

9th, res same 
Elison Adolph, stationary engineer, res 

1119 Campbell 
Elite Hall, A C Dietz prour, A W Stil- 

well agt, n s 12th nr Webster 
ELITE PHARMACY, Geo Smith & 
Co proprietors, 326 12th 
" Social Club, Elite Hall 
" (The) C Isaacs propr, men's furnish- 
ings, 868 Washington 
Elk Bottling Co, incorporated with Oak- 
land Bottling Co, 1419 Broadway 
Elkan Abram, boot and shoe maker, 374 

12th, res S F 
EUard Frederick S, machinist Oakland 

Iron Works, res 972 Cj'press 
" Walter H, machinist Con P C Co, res 

91 1 Cypress 
Ellerbrock Geo L, mill hand, res 15th 

bet Wood and Willow 
" John, wood turner G R & M Co, res 

15th bet Wood and Willow 
Elliot Ella G Miss, res 813 27th 
" Jessie B Mi.s, res 813 27th 
" Mary Miss, student, res 813 27th 
" Pearl Misa. res nr 13th ave. East 

Oakland Heights 
" Thos G, capitalist, res 813 27th 
Elliott Charles H, died July 6, 1892 
" Frank H, clerk J A Joyce, res 1358 

23d ave 
" Frederick, res 1375 16th ave 
" Geo, packer Judsou Manufacturing 

Co, res 2126 Union 
" Geo, brakeman S P Co 
•' Henry B, res 1519 22d ave 
" Isabella Miss, nurse, res 39th nr 

Adeline, mail Oakland 
" Jas, driver Taylor & Co, res 827 
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' Elliott Jennie A Miss, res 657 Grove 
" J Frank, night watchman treasurer's 

office, Hall of Records 
" John, laborer Judsoa Manufacturing! 

Co, res 2126 UuIdu 
•' L H, res 1375 16th ave 
" Matthew, res 39th nr Adeline, mail 

Oakland 
" Robt, teamster Eagle B & M Co, res 

657 Grove 
" Wm A, iron worker Merritt & Mc- 

Grew, res 517 9th 
" Wm L, agt bicycles, 1802 Telegraph 

ave, res 1812 Telegraph ave 
Ellis Carrie M Miss, teacher Swett 

School, res 1351 4th ave 
" Chas, fruit grower, res 766 E 35th nr 

Commerce 
" Chaa H, armorer, res with Benjamin 

Larkin, Piedmont Tract 
Ellis ihnma Mrs, died June 2, 1892 ' 

'' Eugene R, traveling salesman, S F, 

res 1305 Madison I 

" Felix D, real estate and ins, 1277 9th 

ave, res same 
" Geo, barber. 2961 Telegraph ave, res 

same, mail N Temescal 
" Harry, res 471 22d 
" Henry C (Ellis & Miller, S F) res 

1014 Myrtle 
" J A. porter P P C Co, S F 1 

" John F, printer S P Co, res 1069 9th 

ave 
" John H, painter, res 1326 11th ave 
" Mary Miss, cook, 1512 9th ave 
" Mary C Miss, teacher Grant School, 

res 533 Hobart I 

" Robt, iron clerk Judson Manufactur-, 

ing Co, res Lf>riu | 

" Thos, compasitor Tribune, res 459 22d 
" Walter G, mfg jeweler, 954 Broad- 
way, res 1113 Linden 
Elli-on Abbie Miss, saleslady W J F| 

Liage, res 1569 Broadway [ 

" Caleb, civil engineer, res 1375 5th ave 
" W H, conductor Con P C Co, res 

1571 Broadway 
Ellmer Edward, bartender Shephard 

Bros, res 31 8i 3d 
Ellsworth Henry P, harness maker. S F,, 

res 620 E 16th | 

ELLSWORTH JOHN, judge Superior' 

Court, department 3, Court House,' 

res Alameda 
" John C, marine engineer, res 962 

Kirkham 
ELLSWORTH L MRS, dressmaking 

and dressmaking school, 1108^' 

Broadway, Hook's Building, res' 

same j 

Ellwdod Grace M Miss, student, res) 

1220 8th ave \ 

Elmendorf W ter Closet Apparatus Co, i 

T J Carroll agt, 971 Clay | 



Elmer Harry, musician, res 718 7th 
" W<*lter, engraver, S F, res 1023 Lin- 
den 
Elmhurst Tract, located at Elmhurat 

Station on S P Co R R, 2 miles e of 

Fruit vale 
Elmn Frank, laborer, S F, res 1314 E 

11th 
Elmore Geo, machinist, S F, res 590 

Jones 
Elmquist Edward G, painter, res 991 

Pine 
Elrod E R, res s s Vernal ave. Piedmont 
EUey Block, Mrs E A Rose propr, 854J 

Br. 'ad way 
' ' Lucille Miss, nurse Fabiola Hospital, 

res same 

£L SUENO GOLD AND SILVER 

MINING CO.M M Ayala president, 
Wm J Boese secretary, 906 Broad- 
way, rms 15 and 16 
Elsuy Chas, res 653 11th 
" Fr«d, student, res 653 11th 
Blsworth Annie Mrs, died January, 1892 
Elvidge Annie Miss, res 912 Poplar 
'■ Chas, draughtsman, S F, res 912 Pop- 
lar 
" Fred H, bookkeeper, S F, res 913 

Union 
Elvin Danl. gardener, res 1310 Grove 
Elwin Michael.employe Oakland R R Co, 
res Telegraph ave nr 49th, mail N 
Temescal 
' ' Thos, employe Oakland R R Co, res 
Telegrapn are nr 49ch, mail N Tem- 
escal 
El wood Matthew, laborer S P Co, res 

520 5th 
Ely Ann Mrs, res 1218 26th 
" Eugene L, laborer, res w s 12th nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Frank A, bookkeeper, 3 F, res Pied- 
mont 
" Geo, tireman, res 812 Chester 
" Ueo J, milkman, res 1218 26th 
" Geo S P, engine-^r, res 812 Chester 
" Jas, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Susie Miss, res 1218 26th 
" Wallace A, res 1057 Campbell 
Elzy Evan J, miner, res 260 5th 
" Irma L Miss, res 260 5th 
" Maud J Miss, stenographer, res 260 

5th 
" Maybell N Mis^, schoolteacher, res 

260 5th 
Embree Ida Miss, asst sec Cal Tract and 

Missionary Society, 1059 Castro 
Embury Frances B Miss, clerk Abraham- 
son Bros, res 613 16th 
" Jas V, contractor and builder, rea 

613 I6th 
" Jessie M Miss, res 613 16th 



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Embury Minnie M Miss, res 613 16th 
Eme C Ernest, engineer S P Co, res 1021 1 

Wood 
" Marie Mrs, res 1355 8th ' 

Emery A, artistic ladies' tailor, res 678 

Valdez, E Oakland 
" Chas C, car cleaner S P Co, res 821 

Magnolia 
" District School, j'as Malloch princi- 
pal, 4l8t bet San Pablo ave and Ad- 
eline 
" Geo F, salesman VV P Wheeler, res 
2222 Andover 1 

EMEB.T J S, vice president Oakland 
Home Insurance Co, NW cor 9th 
and Washington, res San Pablo and 
Park aves 
"LB Mrs, res 1300 Webster 
" Thornton C, wood, coal, hay and 

graip, 1694 7th, res 1687 7th 
" Wallace K, overseer Cal Cotton Mill 

Co, res 615 23d ave 
" Walter A, clerk W P Wheeler, res 

821 Magnolia 
Emigholz Moliie Miss, saleslady Cape 

Ann Bakery, res same 
" MoUie, domestic Girard House, res 

same 
Emlay Chas A, harness maker, res 690 

25th 

" Fredk E, traveling agt Alameda 

County World's Fair Association, 

res 817 Jackson 

" Julia M Miss, student, res 690 25th 

" Louis A, »gt, oflBce 420 8th, res 523 

36th 
" Oliver, harness maker S M Babbitt, 

res 690 25th 
Emma Michael, electrician, res 1123 

Peralta 
Emmerich B, barber, San Pablo ave nr 
Felton, res same, mail Golden 
Gate 
" Louisa Mrs, midwife, res San Pablo 

ave nr Felton, mail Golden Gate 
Emmerson S O Rev, removed to Grs ss 

Valley 
Emmes Sarah Miss, nurse Fabiola Hos- 
pital, res same 
Emmons C S, contractor and builder,81 1 

Pine, rpB same 
" M J Mrs, propr Tremont House,] 

1405^ San Pablo ave, res same 
" M J Mrs, res 1322 Telegraph ave 
Emond Danen, clerk, S F, res 365 A 
Emrich Peter (John Brewer & Co) res s s 
Folger ave nr Bay, mail Golden 
Gate 
Emrick Jos W, driver, res 826 Magnolia 
" Wm J, plumber, 1209 7th, res 1270^ 

7th 
Enaat Leon, cellar man Bamnm Restau- 
rant, res same 
Ench Frank, mining, res 1757 10th ave 



Encinal Flouring Mills, Gould & Wil- 
liamson proprs, 751 and 753 Wash- 
ington 
Encinas Lehrada Mrs, died May 8, 1892 
" Leonardo, lumberman E M Derby <fc 

Co, res 1076 14th ave 
Enders Chas R, clerk, res 672 E 24th 
" Mary Mrs, nurse, res 672 E 24th 
" Solomon, laborer, res 672 E 24th 
" Wm F, time keeper Cal Jute Mills 

Co, res 672 E 24th 
Endrich Geo, painter, 209 2d, res same 
Eneman John L, tailor, res 833 Mag- 
nolia 
Engblom Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 

955 7th 
Engelbreth Charlotte Miss, domestic, 

125311th ave 
" & Jensen (J H Engelbreth and J G 

Jensen) restaurant, 1760 7th 
" Jeppe H (Engelbreth & Jensen) res 

697 Sycamore 
Engelund Jos, carpenter, res 1320 Kirk- 
ham 
Engine Co No 1, O F D, W B .^'cribner 

foreman, 15th nr City Hall 
•' Co No 2, F D, Austin Bailey fore- 
man. 468 6th 
" Co No 3, O F D, James Galavan fore- 
man, 1671 8th 
" Co No 4, F D, W C White fore- 
man, 8 8 E 14th bet 12th and 13th 
aves 
" Co No 5 (Manhattan) F D, John 
Rutherford foreman, NE cor Market 
and Milton 
Englarder Edward, scenic artist Peo- 
ple's Theater, res Normandy House 
Englehardt Carl, restaurant, S F, res 
Summer nr San Pablo ave, mail 
Oal< land 
" Eugene, asst supt Selby Smelting and 

Lead Works, res 919 Linden 
" Henry, carpenter, res 1830 7th 
" Katie Miss, student, res 919 Linden 
Engler Edward, machine hand Ingler & 

Atkinson, res 834 Franklin 
" Jas, machine hand Pioneer Planing 

MiU, res 210 5th 
Engling Gustave, tinsmith, S F, res 1263 

7th ave 
English F B, clerk, S F, res 1017 Jackson 
" Jas, lumber surveyor, S F, res 1672 

Pacific 
" Jas B, car cleaner S P Co, res 1672 

Pacific 
" John J, mill hand, res 1672 Pacific 
" John M, res 1017 Jackson 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1672 Pa- 
cific 
" Saml M, clerk Phelan & Fish, res 

10th and Madison 
'* Warren B (Cope & English, S F) res 
1268 Hariison 



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English Wm D, res 128 10th 

Engs Edward, student, res 1240 Adeline 

" John S, res 1240 Adeline 

" Otis W, res 1240 Adeline 
Engvick Anna (J Miss, compositor, S F, 
res 1217 2l8t ave 

" K, carpenter, res 1217 2l8t ave 
Knnis Geo, master mariner, res 1306 Tith 

" H Mrs, res 161 M 

"J E, laborer Judson Mfg Co 

' ' Jos, barber Jos Kirner, res 360 3d 

" Kate Mrs, res 1376 16th 

" Lottie Miss, res 1376 16th 

" Mamie Miss, res 1376 i6th 

" Wm C, stoker Engine Co No 3, ree. 

865 Campbell 
" see ako Innes \ 

Enos Antone, res 16S5 12th ' 

" Antonio, carpenter, res 920 E 16th 
" A Thos, engineer S P Co, res 802 

Wood 
" Frank, laborer S P Co, res 1518 3d 
" Henry, day caller S P Co, res 1787 

William 
" John, helper S P Co, res 1824 

William 
" John, laborer, res 1716 Pacific 
" John, laborer, res 810 Lewis 
" John, laborer, S F, res 1518 3d 
Rnos Joseph, died Jan 10, 1892 
" Jos, res 1648 12th 
" Jos, clerk, res 923 E 14th 
" Jos, laborer, res 1371 E 10th 
" Jos, laborer, res 1359 E 10th 
" Jos, shoemaker, 810 Lewis, res same 
" Jos Jr, upholsterer.S F.res 1837 Grove 
" Julia, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 923 E 14th 
" Katherine Mrs, res 759 Willow 
•' Maggie Mrs, res 725 Lewis 
" Manuel, laborer, res 1211 17th ave 
" Manuel J, barber J Thomas, res 810 

Lewis j 

" Mary Misa, saleslady, res 1685 12th I 
" Nancy Mrs, res 802 Wood 
" Rodriguez, lumberman Oakland 

Lumber Yard, res 923 E 14th 
" Sarah, spinner Cal Jute Mills Co 
" T, carpenter, res 920 E 16th 

ENQUIREE PUBLISHING CO, «e^ 

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Enrico Savigne, laborer, res n s Powell 

nr 5th, mail Golden (iate 
Enright John J. waiter John Slavich, 

res 267 6th 
Ensign Wm F, lock expert, 419 7th, res 

same 
Enterprise Lodge, No 298, I O F, 

meets every Thursday evening at 

hall, 855 28th 
Enwoldsen Maggie, domestic, 916 8th 
Epler Blanche N Miss, teacher Field 

Seminary, res same 



Epstein Morris, new and second hand 
goods, 701 and 703 Broadway, res 
same 

EQUITABLE ACCIDENT INSUR- 
ANCE CO <of Colorado) F M Rids- 
dale superintendent, office 1004 
Broailvvay, rm 4 

" Aid Union, Oakland Union, No 624, 
meets Saturday evenings. Fraternity 
Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 

" Life Insurance Society (of N Y) office 
906 Broadway, rm 21 

EQUITY BUILDING AND LOAN 

ASSOCIATION, J B McChesney 
president, G A Willard secretary, 
100 < Washington 
Erhardt Magdalena Mrs, r. s 856 Alice 
Ericksen Erick, laborer, res 1377 15th 
" Henry, blacksmith, S F, res 1686 8th 
Erickson Andrew, track sweeper Con P 

C Co, res 1927 Union 
" Anna Miss, nurse, loOo Alice 
" Charlotta Miss, confectionery, etc, 
Alcatraz ave nr Adeline, res same, 1 
mail Lorin 
" Ellen, domestic Sunnyside House 
" Eric J, bartender Wm Beynon, res 

1826 Adeline 
" Eric J Jr, clerk A A De Mars, re"^ 

1826 Adeline 
" Erick, tailor N I irsen, res 115* 

Franklin 
** John, carpenter, res 1068 24th 
" Louis, coachman J L N Shepard, res 

same, mail Golden Gate 
" Olga A Miss, res 803 Clay 
Ericson Chas, carpenter, rea SW cor 
Dalton and Herzog, mail Golden 
Gate 
" Gustave, carpenter, res 1422 17th 
Ericsson John S, baker Merrick Bros, 

res 612 2d 
Erikson Hannah Mils, domestic, 1204 

Madison 
Ernst & Neuman (Paul Ernst and Peter 
Neuman) meat market, 85 . xu^Let 
" Paul (Ernst & Neuman) res 35th nr 

Market 
" see aUo Arnest 

Erquiga Carmen Miss, res 682 25th 
" Dolores Miss, student, res 682 25th 
" Emma Miss, student, res 682 25th 
'• Enrigueta Miss, student, res 632 25tb 
" Fernando, student, res 682 25th 
" K Mrs, res 682 25th 
Errickson Amanda Misa, domestic, 1556 

9th ave 
Erwin J as W, post office inspector, S F, 

res 362 E 16th 
" Mary Mrs, res 809 Campbell 
" Wm, painter S P Co, res 809 Camp- 
bell 
Eschbacher Louisa Miss, res 1354 8th 
"ML Mrs, res 1354 8th 



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Eschrich Julius, employe Galindo Hotel, 

res same 
Eshleman Louis E, carpenter, res 556 

20th 
" Maud Miss, student, res 556 20th 
Esmond Frank, meat market, w s San 
Pablo ave nr Powell, res NW oor 
Shattuck ave and Channing way, 
miil tJolden Gate 
" Jas, contractor of ships, res 619 3d 
Esola Peter, quarryman C'laremont Rook 

Co'h quarry 
Espejo John C, salesman Nolan & Lohse, 

res Lorin 
Espejo Pedro J, died Aug 10, 1891 
Eaperanza Lodging House, Joseph Kirk- 
land propr, 527 7 th 
Esperson Hermann, employe Cal Door 

Co, res 1212 Campbell 
Esposito P, merchant tailor, 530 7th, res 

same 
Estey Chas V, harness maker O C Evans, 

res 511 17th 
" John C, artificial stone walks, res 511 

17th 
" Mabel Miss, res 511 17th 
Estill R K Mrs, res 176 9th 
Estrada J Victor, artist and teacher of 

Spanish, res Hotel Albany 
Estudillo L, teamster Pav Co, res 

Grove nr 41st, mail N Temescal 
Etehigorre Jean, employe Duncan & 
Aurignac, res 1082 14th ave i 

Eto Yoshisaburo (Adzuma Co) res 11581 
7th '! 

Ettien Kate B Miss, res 1261 4th ave 
Eubank Belle M Miss, teacher, res 1458 

23d ave 
" Richard G, bookkeeper, S F. res 

1458 23d ave 
" Rule G, clerk, S F, res 1458 23d ave 
" Susie K Miss, student, res 1458 23d 
ave 

EUREKA FLY STICKING PAPER, 

F G Low manufacturer, 65 Valley 

EUREKA HOTEL, Ruedy & Voegelin 
proprietors, SW cur 7th and Wash- 
ington, telephone No 333 

EUREKA MARKET, L Burgelin pro- 
prietor, beef, veal, pork and mutton. 
1112 Market 

Eureka Paper Co (H N Gard and JC 
JCnickrem) wrapping paper, paper' 
bags, etc, 1153 Washington 

Eusebia (monthly journal for Bible stu- 
dents) W L Stroud editbr, 328 
Prospect a%-e 

Eustace Anna Miss, stenoeraoher res 

1018 12th ^ 

" Annie Mrs, res 1810 William 

Edward, car cleaner S P Co, res 1810. 
William I 

" Frank A, apprentice machinist S P 
Co, res 1810 William 



Eustady Pierre,Iiundryman B Larrecou 

res 1216 23d ave 
Eustice Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 812 
Market 
John H, plumber S Hair, res 732 
Myrtle 
" Richard, blacksmith, res 812 Market 
" Thos, potter Cal Pottery & T C Co, 

res Brooklyn House 
Eva Chas H, sewing machine agt, res 

Overland House 
Evans A, machine hand, res 477 6th 
•' A D Miss, res 1254 Franklin 

Annie L Miss, dressmaker, res 212 
4th 
" Blanche E Miss, res 1225 Chestnut 
" Caradoc A, clerk, S F, res 225 5th 
" Chas, res 1064 11th ave 
Eixins Chas D, died Oct 23, 1891 
" Chas J, sampler U S appraisers, S F, 

res 1254 Franklin 
" Chas 0, harness and saddlery, 1301 

Telegraph ave, res 806 16th 
" C W Mrs, res 1064 11th ave 
" Evan J, bricklayer Remillard Brick 

Co, res 577 3d 
" Frank, bartender A L Wolfe, res 

1064 nth ave 
'•' Frank E (Evans & Van Etten) res 

1065 Washington 
" Harry, res 1064 11th ave 
" Herbert C, laborer, res 1268 E 11th 
" Jas, res Willson House 
" Jas D, expressman, res 1070 E 2l8t 
" Jane B Mrs, res 1225 Chestnut 
" John W, mgr Domestic Sewing Ma- 
chine Co, S F, res 304 E 14th 

" Jos F, special agt U S Treasury De- 
partment, S F, res 1254 Franklin 
" J V Miss, res I2c4 Franklin 
" Lavina Mi->s, weaver Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 1064 Uth ave 
' ' Lee, laborer S P Co 
" L H Mrs, res 1628 7th ave 
'' Mary Mrs, res 2234 Andover 
'^ M L Mrs, res 1064 Uth ave 
" Oliver, clerk, S F, res 834 Madison 
" Pierce Mrs, res Hotel Metropole 
" Reynolds, teamster E M Derby & 

Co, res 1064 1 1th ave 
" Robert G, switchman S P Co, res 

1012 Wood 
" Solon, cabinet maker, res 458 E 17th 
" Stephen, carpenter Burnham-Stande- 

ford Co, res 477 6th 
" Taliesin, reporter Tribune, res 212 4th 
" Thos L, employe S P Co, res SE cor 

8th and Cedar 
" & Van Etten (F E Evans and V C 
Van Etten) photographers, 1065 
Washington 
" Wallace D, student, res 1254 Frank- 
lin 
" Wm R, bookkeeper, res 514 E 15th 

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Evants M M Mrs, res 1807 Jetferson i 
" Wm C, res 1307 Jefferson 
Evatt Win J, printer, reg e s 10th nr 

Powell, mail Ciolden Gate 
Eveland Hannond D (Noyes & Eveland); 
res 578 E l'2th 

EVENING BULLETIN AND DAILY 
MORNING CALL (<'f s F) K A 
Colemau manager Oakland office, 
902 Broadway 
Everett A E Mrs, res 55 E 16th 
" Caroline Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 
" Edward, res 1462 Brush 
" J^dward, salesman, res 719 8th 
•* Frank I, clerk. S F, res 554 E 16th 
" Geo L, printer, !S F, res 539 Simpson 

ave 
" Lulu Miss, student, res 719 8th 
" Sebastian L, publisher, S F, rea 1210 

10th 
" Tract, nr San Leandro road, Mills 

Seminary Station 
" Wallace W, student, res 1210 ) 0th 
Everett Wm, died June 17, 1892 
Everette Ella Miss, res 5"-; 2 9th j 

Evers Albert, clerk H Evers, res 1418 

San Pablo ave 
" Christian A, contract'r and builder, 

res Menlo ave, mail Golden Gate 
" Clara Miss, hairdresser, res 769 

Lydia 
EVERS HENRY, coroner of Alameda 
County and undertaker, 865 Wash- 
ington, res 1418 San Pablo ave, 
telephone No 284 
EVERS HENRY JR, deputy coroner 
and assistant undertaker Henryj 
Evers, res 863 Washington 
'* Jos, expressman, res 2125 Elm 
" Julius J, messenger Henry Evers, resi 

865 Washington 
Everson Etta Mis-<, res 1269 Filbert 
" J E Mrs, res 14 16^ San Pablo ave 
" John C, carpenter, res 1416^ San 

PaVilo ave 
" Lillian Miss, res 1269 Filbert 
EVERSON MARK (Everson, Walker 
& Smith) res 1102 Peralta 
" Maud Miss, student, res 1416^ San 
I'ablo ave 

EVERSON, WALKER & SMITH 

(Mark Everson, Wilber Walker and 
Geo H Smith) b acksmiths' supplies, 
carriage and general hardware, 927 
Broadway and 420 and 422 9th 

" Wallace, pres Pacific Surety Co, S F, 

res 1269 Filbert 
Everts Block, 1014 Broadway 
EVERTS CHARLES P, commission 
merchant and general merchandise, 
958 Broadway, res 302 15th 

" & Co (P Everts) flour, hay, grain and 
feed, 423 and 425 11th 

" Philetus (Everts & Co) res S F 



Evoy M J Mrs, res 1024 Chester 
Ewald J E, train dispatcher S P Co, res 

Alameda 
Ewell Owen W, laborer, res 990 E 22d 
Ewing J Cal, jeweler, S F, res 1216 

Chestnut 
" Saml E, machinist, res 1773 8th 
" Thos, capitalist, res w s Vernon ave, 

Vernon Heights 
" W.Allison (Ewing Collar Co, S F) 

res 1 355 1 3th ave 
Examiner Building, 914-918 Broadway 
EXAMINER (Daily San Francisco) L 

C Straus manager Oakland office, 

918 Broadway 

EXCHANGE SALOON, Kmeckel & 

Sperb ])roprietors, 1154 Washington 
Ey Henry E, shoemaker, res 545 39th, 

mail N Temescal 
Eyers Edward, plumber Hogan & Cruz, 

res 12th 
Eyferson M, clerk, res Ruedy's Hotel 
Eyrich Geo, engineer, res 1470 5th 



Fabeish Olga, domestic, 1215 21 at ave 
Fabens H S, conductor S P Co 
Faber Mary Mrs, domestic, 1206 Alice 
" Ida Mrs, boarding house, 1756 Tele- 
graph ave, res same 
FABIOLA HOSPITAL, Mrs Mary E 
Dow matron, NE cor Broadway and 
Moss ave 
" Training School for Nurses, Fabiola 
Hpspital, NE cor Broadway and 
Moss ave 
Fabrique Birney C, with A H Breed tc 

Co, 460 9th, res 5ll 10th 
Fadler Lucien, res 701 27th 
Faessler Louisa Mrs, res 1827 Adeline 
" Wm, jeweler, 1101 Washington, res 

6t>8 9th 
Fagan Ann Mrs, res 1629 Lincoln 
" Lucy A Miss, res 1629 Lincoln 
" R A Mrs, res 230 12th 
" Wm H, carpenter, res 214 3d 
Fagerlund Gi stave, captain schooner 

(7reemvood, res 115 Hannah 
Faggio Serafino, bootblack, 8th and 

Broadway, res 626 Grove 
Fahey Edmun<i, coachman J Ballard, res 
same, mail Lnrin 
" Michael, coachman John C Ains- 

worth, res same, mail N Temescal 
" Peter, miner, res 1611 )3th ave 
Fahrenholz Dora Miss, tailoress, res 1723 

13th 
" Hfnry (Murray &. Fahrenholz) res 

1725 13th 
Fahrenholz John R, died Jan 8, 1892 
Fahrenkrog John W^, coachman, NW coi 
San Pablo and Park aves.mail Golden 
Gate 
Fair Emma Miss, res 490 Merrimac 



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Fair Wm H, brakeman S P Co, res 864 Falkman F R, master mariner, res 1479 

Campbell j 22a ave 
Fairbairn Alexander Rev, res 1372 11th Fall D W, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 

ave " Edmund E, physician and surgeon, 

" Helen M Miss, res 1372 11th ave 855 Broadway, res Galindo Hotel 

Fairbank Cecil I!, res Juanita Hotel " J M, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 

Fairlxink Ellea S Mrs, died March 20, Falla Chas, compositor, res 658 Madison 

181)2 FALLMER LOU MISS (Sch«tz & 

" Harolil S, propr Juanita Hotel, 1374 Failiner) res 1167 Washington 

San Pablo ave, res same Fallon Frank, carriajre maker J D;vost^ 



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Fairbanks Annie Mis-, saleslady The 
Woiicler, res 241 Kttie 

" Austin A, miner, res 241 Ettie 
Fairhnnhi Elizcihet/i Mrs, died Dec 5, 1891 ! 

" Jonathan, pointer, res 770 22il ; 

Fairchild Beriha E Miss, res (i25 14th 

" Chas A. miner, res S46 17th 



res 706 6th 
" Malachi, res 1424 Linden 
" Wm M, deputy assessor. Court Hou»', 

res Newland House 
" see ako Follon 
Falls John H, lamps and tinware, 1269 

•San Pablo ave, res- same 



FAIRCHILD GEORGE E, proprietor Falvey J K, hreman S F Co, res Pull- 

Uakland .>h(>e Store, I05:J Washing- mm House 

ton, rts 966 14th Fanning Bryant A, printer, res 266 E 

" GM, job printer P P Pub Co, res lOth 

H0oj4 S^n Pablo a.ve " John, ba'-ebal! jjlayer, i)ll 6th 

Fairchild Herbert .-1, died June 26, 1892 Fanuon John, nmploye Hay wards Elec- 

" Howard L, cigar maker, res Etdwood trie R R, res 1026 Peralta 

ave, nr San Leandro rnad " Lizzie, res 1026 Peralta 

" James A, miner, res 846 17th " Patrick, res 1026 Peralta 

Ji dd H, salesman E Hook, res 565 '* Patrick J, wiper S P Co, res 1026 



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" see also Fennon 
Fant Edwin F, sawyer, res 1475 23d 

ave 
" Ursula E Miss student, res 1475 23d 

ave 
" William F, car driv^er, res 1475 23d 

ave 



" M D, agt Pacific Improvement Co, 

res 625 14th 
" M D Jr, bookkeeper, S F, res 625 

14th 
" Stephen F, miner, res 846 17th 
" Warren G, groceries, 1350 Market, 

res 846 17th 
Fairmont (The) (boarding house) Mrs' Parish E D, res 259 12th 

Georgia Powell propr, SW cor San' " J T, journalist, res 259 r2th 

Pablo ave and 18 th ~ " 

Fairview Tract, on line Piedmont Cable 

Ry, sjuth of Pleasant Valley road 
Fake Albert E, carpenter, res 1135 E 

19th 
" Alice E Miss, bookbinder, res 1131 E 

19th 
" George, watchmaker R W Edwards, 

res 132 1 2oth ave 
" Nellie E Miss, compositor Oakland 

Enquirer, res 1131 E 19th 



Farley Agnes Miss, dre-smaker, res 
Shasta nr Telegraph ave, mail Oak- 
land 
" Annie Miss, res 817 E 16th 
" CM, engineer S P Co, res 1008 Pine 
" Edgar, fireman S P Co, res 460 E 12th 
" Emile, fireman S P Co, res 460 E 

12th 
" Frank .1. car driver, res 817 E 16th 
" James E, clerk, res 1378 5th 
" Jam-s J, plasterer, res 1763 Grove 



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Standeford Co, res 1131 E 19th 
" William H, carpenter, res' 1131 

19th 
" William S, iron moulder, res 1131 E 

19th 
Falconer David, employe McCleverty & 

Noblett, res 260 4th 
" James, carpenter, res 2035 Chestnut 
" James Jr, carpenter, res 2035 Chest- 
nut 
" see also Faulkner 
Faletta Vincenzo, res s s 43d nr Grove, 

mail N Temescal 
Faley Dennis, tailor, res 1362 Peralta 
Falk Freda Mrs, domestic Alpine House 



Kate Miss, res 817 E 16th 

Kate Miss, dressmaking, 1667 Grove, 

res 1698 Grove 
Lillian Miss, res 460 E 12th 
Lucy E Miss, res 1763 Grove 
Magg'e Miss, chambermaid Pullman 

Hotel 
Margaret Mrs, res 1670 Pacific 
Martin B, engineer S P Co, res 460 E 

12th 
Mary A Miss, dressmaker, res 1378 

5th 
N P Mrs, res 460 E 12th 
Patrick, res 817 E 1 6th 
Robt, stonecutter, res 1763 Grov^ 



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Farley Rose Miss, teacher Bay District 
I'ulilic SoImoI, res Stanford ave nr 
Kliiikiiir ave, mail CJoldeu Gate 
'• Saiie Miss, hinder Oakla-id Enquirer 

rubluluui{ Co, les 817 E 16th 
" Thos, grading contractor, 1378 5th, 

res same 
Farmer Edward W, clerk G C P^armer, 

res 50 V 15th 
" Geo C, billiard parlor, 1*242 Saa Pabloj 

ave, res 504 1 •. th 
" K>bt, fruit and produce, G07 H 12th, 

res Orientiil House 
Farnahare C A, n-s 1.S78 11th 
Farnam Chas W, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1226 Fruit vale «ve 

Farnell F M Mrs, res I -'15 Poplar 

Farniiam Block, Mrs Elinor Lea propr, 

U;J7 Shu Pabl .a\e j 

"EC Miss, sludent, res 724 I4th ; 

" Elma Mrs, res 724 14tli I 

" Frederick J, contract r aod builder, 

res 674 E 3."id 
" John N, orpeuter, res 702 P] 33d 
Fanio Clara Mrs, res 477 2tith 
" Claribfl A Miss, salesla'sy C Schra-I 
ber, res 477 26th I 

" & Co (\Vm E Farno, C R Moore and 
l> F Tillmann) pro rs New York! 
Kitchen (restaurant) 470 7th i 

" Frank G, plumber, res 4 7 26th 
" .las A, plumber, res 477 26th ' 

" Wm E (Lamp & Faruo and Farno &' 

Co) res Fruitvale 
Farnsworth C F, conductor P P C Co, 

resS F 
Farnim H K, Mrs, res 1108 E 2l8t 
" John E, banker, S F, res 1668 Web- 
ster 
Farquhar Mary Mrs, res 918 Adeline 
FARR ALBERT L (Smith & Farr) res 

NE cor 16th and Castro 
'' Fred H, clerk Oakland Home Insur 
ance Co, res NW cor Watts and 
Park ave. mail Oakland 
" Harry L, junior olfrk post office, res 

678 1 6th 
■' H'lena Mrs, r.'s " 430 3d 
FARR L T, assistant p istmaster Oak- 
land pojt office, res 678 16th 
" Wm, lo ig-^hoicinan, res St Louis 

House 
Farran M E Mrs, res 7 8 >8th 
FARRANT & CO (F W Farrant and 
W H (Greenwood) glove manu- 
fiicturer.s, .S78 12th 
FARRANT FRED W (Farrant & Co) 

res 378 12th 
Farrar M P Mrn, removed to Berkeley 
Farrell Delia Mrs, died Dec 8, 1891 
" Edward, farmer, res ir65 E 20th 
" Edward F, clerk J .1 Farrell, res 1817 

Grove 
" Ella Miss, res 523 18th 



Farrell Jas, car repairer S P Co, res 1004 

Wood 
" John J, boots and shoes, 877 Wash- 
ington, res 1817 '^Jrove 
" John J Mrs, groceries, 1817 Grove, 

res same 
" John T. carpet cutter McGovern, 

CahiU & Co, res .S F 
" Kate Miss, res 520 18th 
" L Mrs, typewriter, res 528 18th 
" Mary Mrs, res 5r7 4th 
" Mary J Mrs, furnished rooms, 513 

Uth, res same 
" Mary T Miss, res 1004 Wood 
" Michael, painter S P Co, res 1806 7th 
" Michael, intat market, 1605 7th, les 

730 Peialta 
" M .S Mr-, res 1825 Msrtle 
" Olivia C Miss, res 1825 Myrt e 
" Tho , carpeuter, res Eiireka Hotel 
" Th s, furniture p Usher, 8 F, res 557 

4th 
" Thos captain schooner Bobert and 

Mninir, ^ F, res 728 Peralta 
" Timothy, farmer, res 1065 E 20th 
" W Miss, res lOoo E 20th 
" Wm, tailor, res 1817 (>rove 
" Wm N, res 1065 E 20th 
Farreta Mario, laborer, res e s Telegraph 

ave opp 48th, mail N Temescal 
Farrier Annie P Miss, rt-s i253 6th ave 
" Emma L Miss, res 1253 6th ave 
" Hiram L, clerk, S F, res 1253 6th ave 
" S F, res 1253 6th ave 
Farrington Camilla T Miss, res 768 19th 
" IClvin D, cl-rk U S custom house, S 

F, res 768 19th 
" Elvin D .Jr, with Canadian Pacific 

Ky, 8 F, res 768 19th 
" Frank S, res 768 19th 
" Geo W, grainer, 1152 Washington, 

rn"i 2, res same 
Farris, .see Ferrh 
Farron Henry, d iver G D Driscoll, res 

1121 E2?d 
ITarwell Bessie Miss, student, res 766 

19th 
" E Mrs, res 766 19th 
FARWELL F M & SONS (F M, G 

W and O M Farwell) paints, oils, 
glass, varni.shes, brushes, wall paper, 
etr, 1012 Hroa nvay, house painting 
departu ent 369 12th 

FARWELL FREDERICK M (F M 

Farwell A: Sons) res Evoy and Ade- 

FARWELL GEORGE W (F M Far- 

well & Sons) res Evoy and Adeline 
" Howard, res 766 19th 
" Jas, clerk, S F, res 766 19th 
FARWELL ONEY M (F M Farwell & 

Sons) res Evoy and Adeline 
" Wm, pre^ Fiirwell Stone Co, Niles, 

res 766 19th 



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FASHION STABLES, McCleverty & 
.^obktt proprietors, S66 Broad «aj' 
Fassett J S, conductor >i P to 
Fasshauer Amelia Mrs, res 1370 15th 
Fasshauer Jacob (', died t>ept 6, lb91 
Fassler Frank, teamster, res 969 7tb 

ave 
Fate Lewi-t, asst yaidmasterS P Co, res 

693 26th 
Fately Arthur B, salesman Taft & Pen- 

noyer, res 8 F 
Faughau John, expressman, res 2045 

Filbert 
Faulkner Geo A. mgr Thos H B Varney 

(bicycles) 354 J2th, r"s same 
" G L, salesman, S F, res 853 Jackson 
" Thos F, sexton Jew sh Synagogue, 

res 1015 Clay 
Faure Leon, propr The Hermitage, NE 

cor Fruit vale ave and Hopkins, res 

same, mail same 
FAUSS OTTO JR, bookkeeper Oak- 
land Brewery, Telegraph ave and 

Durant, res 521 18th 
Faust John L, cabinet maker W T 

Veitch &. Bro, res Alameda 
Fava Dominico, grinder C Duchein, res 

612 Franklin 
Favor Geo A, clerk J H Mallett, ret 

1811 San Pablo ave 
" Jas H, sash maker Oakland Sash and 

Door Co, res 1811 Sau Pablo ave 
Favre Mary Mrs, French laundry, 1412 

San Pablo ave, res same 
Fawcett Alvia A, wood turner Ingler & 

Atkinson, res 864 Chester i 

" Chas A, contractor, res 555 Cale- 
donia ave 
" Henry E, paiuts, oils and glass, San 

Pablo ave nr Klinkner ave, res same, 

mail Golden Gate 
" John, laborer, res 409J 12th 
" Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 901^ 

Washington, rm 7 
" W G, brakeman S P Co, res West 

Oakland House 
Fay Aba L Miss, res NE cor High and 

Prescott, Fruit vale, mail box 153 

Oakland 
" Alfred C, pr. jir Talcott's Dairy, 

NE cor High and Prescott, Fruit-i 

vale, res same, mail box 153, Oak j 

land 
" Chas H, engineer, res s s 45th nrj 

Telegraph ave, mail N Temescal 
" Ina G Miss, res NE cor High and 

Prescott, Fruit vale, mail box 153, 

Oakland 
" Newton M, propr Sacramento Livery 

Stables, 1171 E 14th, res 1276 High 
" Roswell B, res 1288 High, Fruitvale, 

mail box 153, Oakland 
" Wm, cabinet maker, 576 7th, res 

same 



Fay lor Wm A, engineer, res 967 Wash- 
ington 
Fearey Lillian M Miss, printer Carruth 

& Carruth, res 1224 23d ave 
" Mary Miss, res 39th nr Adeline, mail 

Oakland 
" Robt D, plumber, res 39th nr Ade- 
line, mail Oakland 
•' Eobi D Jr, plumber, res 39th nr Ade- 
line, mail Oakland 
J* Wm H, carpenter, res 1224 23d ave 
FEARN JOHN, physician and surgeon, 
1010^4 Washington, hours 2 to 4, 
6:30 to 7:30, Sundays 9:15 to 10:45, 
res 1165 Clay 
" John K, medical student, res 1165 
Clay 
FEARN'S PHARMACY, Henderson 
& Graham proprietors, 1001 Wash- 
ington cor lOtn 
FearnsiiC Frances M, res 813 Madison 
" Nellie Miss, res 813 Madison 
Federated Trades, meets every Tuesday 
at Judge Snook's court room, 453 
8th 
Federspiel 8, res 520 10th 
Feehau Tobias, hostler S P Co, res 989 

Pine 
Feeley Cormick, laborer, res 307 2d 
" Jas, laborer, res 140 i 17th 
" Jas L, cash i oy R T Kennedy & Co, 

res 3 7 ^d 
Feelman Mary Miss, domestic, 220 E 

16th 
Feenei/ Bridget Mm, died Jan 25, 1892 
" John, laborrr, res 958 35th 
" Jo-, shoemaker Ka>t & Co, res S F 
" Lizzie Miss, res 8E cor E 20th and 

25th ave, Fruitvale 
" Maggie A Miss, res 958 35th 
" Mary Miss, res .SE cor E 20th and 

25th ave Fruitvale 
" Michael, farmer, res SE cor E 20th "* 

and 25th ave, Fruitvale 
" Owen, rr-s 967 5tli 
" Sarah Mrs, res 620 Chestnut 
" Thos. teamster, res SE cor E 20th ^ 

and 25th ave, Fruitvale 
" Thos J, c irpenter, res 1468 Filbert 
Feig S, clerk F L Janis 
Feige Harry, sign writer, S F, res 1673 

Taylor 
" Richard, furniture, 1683 7th, res 

1673 Taylor 
Feintuch Wm R, trimmer and draper 

Abrahamson Bros, res S F 
Felcon E, mechanic, res s s 48th nr Shat- 

tuck ave, mail N Temescal 
Feldmann Henry, foreman Oakland 

Journal, res 760 Harrison 
" Lena Mrs, res 760 Harrison 
Feliz Pablo, salesman Greenhood & Gil- 
more, res 544 19th 
Fell Chas A, drivpr, res 479 2l8t 





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Fell Lucy Mrs, res 479 2l8t 

Felley P H, police officer (city) res 1057 

Alice 
Fellman Marie Misa, domestic, 1006 6tb 

ave 
Fellows Clara F Miss, vice principal 

Garfield School, res The Arlington 
" Francis A Mrs, res 940 Myrtle 
" JNell:e G Miss, les 940 Mvrtle 
" Park, clerk, S F, res 1847 Webster 
Felton Edward S, baggageman S P Co, 

res 1852 Sth 
" Merrick, student, res 1852 8th 
" KusstU, machinist, res 1S16 18th ave 
Feneraa J as J, grainer, res 83.3 16th 
Fenetta .Fohn, quarryman Claremont 

Rock C')'s quarry 
Fenutll Annie, inmate Industrial Home 

for Adult lUiud 
Fennessey Gertrude Miss, bookkeeper, 
cashier and treasurer Nolan & 
Lohse, res 664 6th 
" John, capitalist, rea 664 6th 
Fennessy E C, district commissary P P 

C Co, res 1214 Filbert 
" Th(is, res 809 16th 
" Thos A, CHshier Hallahan Bros, res 

St .John House 
Fennon Dominic M, plumber, res 909 

Alice 
" Edward J, registry clerk pist office, 

res 909 Alice 
" Mary, res 909 Alice 
Fentinian Frederick G, gardener Frank 

G (iould, res 818 Oak 
Fenton A E Miss, bookkeeper Harmon & 
Fenton, res S F | 

" C V MiS9, cashier Harmon & Fenton, 

res S F 
" J K, carpenter mill S P Co 
" Susan J Dr, resident physician 

Fabiola Hospital, res same 
FENTON W E (Harmon & Fenton) 

958 Broadway, res S F 
Ferando Liiigi, cement worker, res 690 

-Market 
Fergus Thos W, carpenter, S F, res 14 

Maple 
Ferguson Christina Mrs, res 47th bet 
San Pablo ave and Adeline, mail 
Golden Gate 
" Daniel, saloon, 1226 Broadway, res 

61 7th 
" P^dward, driver Wm Renter 
" Eleanor B Mrs, res 1448 Chestnut 
" Ernest M, salesman, r<rs 1058 Mar- 
ket, S F 
" Florence T Mrs, dressmaker 176 6th, 

res same 
" Frank M, machinist Sin'^'er Mfg Co, 

res 829 Myrtle, rear 
" Henry, shciirman .ludson Manufac- 
turing Co, res NE cor Park ave and 
Halleck, mail Emeryville 



Ferguson John, painter, 467 Sth, res 479 
24th 

" John A, salesman New Home >ewing 
Mach ne Co, res 47th bet San Pablo 
ave and Adeline, mail Golden Gate 

" Jos W, mi ler Samm & VVestphal, res 
269 2 I 

" L Miss, dressmaker, res 606 18th 

" Marie Miss, res 606 18th 

" Mary Mrs, res 837 Brush 
Ferymon Ollilie D Mrs, died Mav 16, 
1892 

" R A Mrs, res 1058 Market 

" Robina Miss, teacher Prescott School, 
res Alameila 

" V \V, res 47th bet San P&blo ave and 
Adeline, miil Golden Gate 

" W, porter P P C Co, S F 
Ferle Carrie Mrs, dreesmaker, res 724 
Myrtle 

" John P, machine hand Incler & At- 
kinson, res 724 Myrtle 
Ferm Nelson, Hreman C C L Co, res 1263 

Willow 

Fernald Wm H, watchman, S F, res s a 

46th nr Grove, m; il N Temescal 
Fernandes Manuel, barber, S F, res 1829 

Ut'ion 

FERNANDEZ EMANUEL REV, 

pastor ^t Joseph Portuguese (R C) 

Church, res 1019 7th 
" F, lab. rer S P Co 
" F^rank, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
" Jos, teamster, n s High nr Commerce, 

Melrose, mail Mtlrose 
" Manuel, employe S P Co, res 735 

Lewis 
" Victor, res 475 9th 
" Victor (F L Galindo & Co) res 760 

Will.w 
Fernando Jos, employe Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 38 Helen 
Fernantz Frank, laborer Judson Manu- 
facturing Co 
Feruhof F J, res 1174 E 19th 
Fero Dani'^d, stableman Con P C Co, res 

6.30 Kennedy 
" Eliza A Miss, employe Cal Cotton 

Mills Co, res 630 Kennedy 
Ferra Jiacomo, laborer, res 522 42d, mail 

N Temescal 
Ferran Mary Miss, employe Mme C 

Citiu, res 1370 Broadway 
Ferreira Anton, spinner Cal Jute Mills 

Co 
" Joaquin Rev, asst pastor vSt 

Jospph Portuguese (R C) Church, 

res 1019 7th 
" John T, sexton St Joseph Portuguese 

(R (') Church, res 1019 7th 
" Jos D, laborer S P Co, res E 12th bet 

24th and 25th aves 
" Sam, porter (4atter & Fox, res NW 

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Ferretta B, quarryman Claremont Rock 

Co's quarry 

Ferrier Oeo W, batteryman City Fire 

Alarm and Police Telegraph, res 540 

William 

" J, quarryman Pav Co, resTemescal 

" Mina ^Irs. teacher Oakland High 

School, res 540 William 
" Rose Miss, dancing school, Pythian 
Castle, 377 12th 
Ferrin John, private detective, res 2203 

E 14th 
Ferris Annie Miss, nurse Oakland (Gen- 
eral Hospii^al, ressame 
FERRIS BENJAMIN W, notary 
puhlic and bookkeeper Clough & 
Baker, 1002 Broadway, res 1165 E 
22d 
" David, gardener, res 874 2l8t 
" David N, mgr Labor Bureau, 918 

Washington, res 836 Broadway 
" Ella Miss, res 630 Chestnut 
" Tieo, paper carrier, res 630 Chestnut 
" Geo, paper hanger Al Wood & 3ro, 

res 723 Center 
" Isabella, domestic G Grant, E 28th 

and 21st ave 
" Jackson, tailor .1 T Moran, res 874 

21st 
" John, gardener, res 874 21st 
" Jos. res 630 Chestnut 
" Michael laboier, res 614 E 16th 
" Richard, route agt 8 F Ex nniner,' 

res 630 Chestnut . 
Ferro Joseph, steward, S F.res 217 Ettie 
Ferron Thomas C, driver, res 505 2d 
Ferry Ella A Miss, teacher Lincoln 

School, res Merritt House 
Fessenden G L Mrs, res 1079 12th , 

Fetsch August, cutter T J Manning, res 

1277 22d ave 
Felt George, butcher F Becker, res 605 

6th 
Fetterhofif Hiram M, chairman city en- 
gineer, res 531 36th 
Fetzer Ferdinand, artesian well borer, 

617 9th, res same 
Fey John, carpenter, res 1729 Adeline 
" Louis, baker Mrs J Fischer, res 762 

Jefferson 
FIBTJSH AARON (Fibush Bros) res 

558 16th 
" Bertha Miss, teacher Clawson School, i 

res 558 16th 

FIBUSH BROS (Jacob and Aaron) 
manufacturers and dealers in cigars 
and tobacco, 1 103 Broadway 
FIBUSH JACOB (Fibush Bros) res 

1260 Market 
Fick A Mrs, dry and fancy goods, 1761 

7th, res same 
" August, house painter, 1761 7th, res 

same 
" Frances A Miss, res 1761 7th 



Fick Lizzie Miss, milliner, res 1761 7th 

Fickenscher Laura Miss, res 1713 Wil- 
liam 

Fiddes Mary Miss, domestic, 1266 23d 
ave 

Fidelity Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 

FIDELITY MUTUAL LIFE ASSO- 
CIATION (of Philadelphia) T P 
Strong agent, 470 9th, S C Boiling 
Pacific Coast Hgent, .S F 

FIEBERLING PETER (Schmidt & 

Fieberling) res 840 Madison 
Fiedenburr M^jor C, clerk, res 373 6th 
Fiege Henry W, druggist W C Smith, 

res 273 6th 
" John H (Fiege & Tominski) res 273 

bth 
" & Tominski (John H Fiege andT To- 
minski) restaurant. Long Wharf 
Field A F, res Pardee House 
" Albert E, painter C H Bradley, res 

Winters Hotil 
Field C C, removed to Tacoma, Wash 
" Daniel, res w s Piedmont ave opp 

Linda ave 
" Duane W, salesman F & P Co, res 

SF 
" Edward J. apprentice J E Johnston, 

res 1067 E 16th 
" Frank, gripman C St Ry Co, res 555 

Frederick 
" John, employe C C L Co, res same 
" Joteph F, student, res 1067 E 16th 
" Laura A Miss, res SW cor 27th ave 

and Old County road, Frnitvale, 

mail same 
" Marie Miss, res 1067 E 16th 
Field Perky E, died Aug 11, 1891 
" Robert, conductor S P Co, res 1067 

E 16th 
FIELD SEMINARY, Mrs W B Hyde 

principal, 1825 lelegraph ave (see 

Adv Next Page) 
" Tony R, gardener J D Plitt, resPlitts- 

ville Park Hotel, mail Oakland 
" William, blacksmith, res 1067 E 16th 
" William A, mining, res 569 6th 
" William J, res 1037 E 16th 
Fielding Thomas, carpenter, res Union 

Hotel 
Fields James H, porter P PC Co, res 807 

Market 
" James R, porter Wells, Fargo & 

Co's Express and First National 

Bauk, res West nr Brush 
" Joseph A, boxmaker Eagle B & M 

Co, rfs307 7 th 
" Joseph R Mrs, res 307 7th 
" J R, porter P P C Co, res 814 

Henry 
" May A E Miss, dressmaker, 307 7th, 

res same 
" Minnie F Miss, bookkeeper 23d Ave- 
nue Land Co, res 307 7th 



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Special advantages in vocal and instrumental music 
and in art. 

Particular attention given to health, general culture 
and social training. 

Buildings inviting and comfortable, grounds ample 
and attractive. 

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Fields RicJiard ^.removed to Sacramento, 

Cal 
Fife Nelson, res 555 E l"th 
" Wm C, carriage infr, San Pablo ave 

and 38th, res end ClaremoQt ave, mail 

Oakland 
Fifield Win H, atty at law, S F, res .352 

E 14th 
Fifth Infantry Regiment Band, William 

McBain leader, hall 7011 Broadway 
Fifth Infantry Regiment Field Music, .1 

\j Stewart mgr, headquarters Mili- 
tary Hall 
Fifth Infantry Regiment N G C Co A, 

Oapt A L Smith commanding, meets 

every Thursday evening at Military 

Hall. 377 12th' 
Fifth Inf «ntry Regiment M G C Co F, 

Capt J F Hayes c .mmanding, meets 

every Mouday evening at Military 

Hall, :<77 12tli 
Figone John, janitor, re-< 925 3d 
" Luigi (I) (jlr.isso & Co) res 'M)S 7th 
Figoniie Francisco, ashman, res e s 

1 0th 

nr Folsom, mail fiolden (iate 
Fignid .John, laborer, res 968 E '20tb 



Figrod Manuel, carder Cal Jute Mills Co, 

res 96S E 20th 
Figuero Emanuel, laborer, res 968 E 

•20th 
" John, laborer S P Co, res 968 E 20th 
" John Jr, laborer, res 968 E 20th 
" .Joseph, student, res 968 E 2()th 
" L .uis, laborer, res 968 E 20th 
" Mary Miss, res 968 E 20th 
Figuira Marie Mrs, res 667 E 12th 
Fike Conlelia Mrs, res 809 Peralta 
Filappel'i Ilosa Mrs, res NE cor Daltou 

ave and Creen, mail Oolnen Gate 
Filippo <^, laborer Judson Mfg Co 
Fillmore (4eo W, conductor S P Co, res 
1019 Center 

FILLMORE LUTHER, division su- 

ptrinteiident S P Co, office S F, res 

Grand 41 otel 
FiIogra«so Frank, bart-^ndcr H B Raf- 

fetto, res 827 Frsi.klin 
Fina'e Thomas, quarrymaii, res 514 42d, 

mail N Temescal 
Finch Duican B, capitalist, res 1263 

Webster 
" Edwin S, ."alesuian E (i l*>uswell, res 

1198 Clay 



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Finch Isaac B, cemei t layer, res 5'20 8tb 
" Thomas E, saloon, S25 Broadway, res 

561 5th 
" Vivian G Miss res r^64 24th ave 
Finch W)» If, died Jan U, 18!»2 
" Wni K Mr-, res 1782 Atlantic 
" VViliiiim W, letter cirrier, res Shasta 

nr Telec;raph ave, mail Oakland 
Finck J M Mrs, groceries and liquors, w 
s ' an I'ablo ave nr Powell, rea same, 
mail (io den Gate 
" William, i;lerk Mrs J M Finck, res 
w s S;in Pablo ave nr Powell, mail 
Golden Gate 
Findlay Gilber-, capt Salvation Army, ^ 
res 317 8th 

FINDLEY HAROLD B. dentist, 

crown and bridge work special'st,, 
1 1 15 Broadway, rms 20 and 21, labo-' 
ratoiy rm 35, res 572 10th 
FINE ANDREW, physician and sur- 
geon, 278 F, 11th, res same 
" Henry M, student, res 278 E llth 
" Wm A, law student, res 278 E llth I 
Finegan E M Mrs, res 827 Uth 
" Emma Mis", r«-s 827 14th 
" Lucy Miss, dressmaktr, res 827 1 

14th 
" Thos B, marble cutter Amador Mar- 
ble C>, ies^27 14ih 
Finely Chas J salesman J H Mallett, res 

1458 12th 
Fink Cha.s, sw itchmenn 8 P Co, res 979 
Campbell 
" Henry, gardener, res 1(J24 Linden 
Fink Harri/ II', died May Hi, 1892 
" Kate Mis, res e s Wals worth ave nr] 
Pros) ect ! 

Finkeldey Fri deriok, carpenter P C 

Mill L & Co. re.-> 818 Linden 
" Henry, butcher W'm NtUe, res 544 

2 .d 
" Minnie Mrs, res 818 Linden 
" Xeltie iliss, res 818 Linden 
" Wm, driver J P Tiiyl.r, res 818 Lin- 
den 
Finkler Henry C, s c .Supreme Court 
of Cal, S F, re» E 29th e of 24th ave, j 
Fnntval- 
Finley C, st.. bleman Con P C Co ' 

" Duane W, laborer, S^\ C(.f Cedar and 

Wi 1 am 
" Edwaid. laborer Con P C Co, res 

1975 Broadway 
" Mary Mrs, res 1361 E 10th 
Finn Eugene, booAbitubr, res w .s llth 

nr Fu soni, mail Golden Gate 
" John J, brdss moulder, res w s llth 

nr Folsf^im, mail Gold- n '••at>^ 
" Timothy, laborer, resWintrop House 
Finnegan John E, agt, >> F, res 1357 

Webster 
" John J, janitor, res 1506 Broadway 
" T, helper S P Co 



Finney Chas. blacksmith S P Co, res 

Guard H tel 
" E T Mrs. res 1517 12th flve 
" Frederick A, clerk J L Davie, ree 

Hf-nry House 
" Geo Mrs, res 616 l.th 
" W H, carpenter, res 1156 Broadway, 

rm 31 
Finuigan Bernard (McCormick A Finni- 

gm) res Winters Hotel 
" Ignatius, tailor, res 719 lilth 
" M J, house painter, 719 lUih, res same 
" Wm J, sa'esman P F Nolan & Sons, 

res 1259 Jeffer.son 
Fiao Antone, laborer S P Co 
Finoco Carolina Mlfs, died May 30, 1892 
Finoli AntODe, quanymaTi Pav Co, 

res with P Martino, Temescal 
" Juan, quarry man Pav Co, res with 

P Martino, Temescal 
FiDSon H W, peddler, res 316 10th 
Finucane Wm M, cl rk, res 1214 Web- 
ster 
Finnchi A, qnarryman O Pav Co, res 

with P Martino, Temescal 
Fiorentini Gi .vanni, employe J Slavicb, 

res 623 Broadway 
FIRE DEPARTMENT, James F Ken- 

nedy ctief engineer, headquarters 

Engine House No 1 

FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE 

CO I of .San Francisco) Fuller, Taylor 

& Fish general agents, 483 9th 
F'irnit-s Manuel, employe 8 P Co, res 

715 Lewis 
" Mi-ry Miss, res 715 Lewis 
Firpo FranU, lab rer, res NW cor 37th 

and Market, mal Oakland 
" Jer-ime, market gardener, res NW 

cor 37th and Market, mail dkland 
" John, laborer, res NW cor 37th and 

Market, mail Oakland 
" John, gardener, res w s 1st ave nr 

Hudson, mail N Temescal 
" Stephen, laborer, res Shell Mound 

Station, mail Oakland 
First and Last Chance Saloon, John M 

Heinold propr, 542 Webster 
•' Baptist Church, Rev C H Hobart 

pastor, SE cor 14th and Brush 
" Christian Church, SE eor 13th and 

M arket 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL 

CHURCH, liev John K McLean D 
D p;istov, \\V cor 12th ai.d (lay 

FIRST ENGLISH EVANGELICAL 
LUTHERAN CHURCH, Kev 

Pliilip Cr.'it pr.s or, Y M C A 

[111 522 12th 
" Free H-ipt'st Ciiurch, Kev N L 

Pvowell D 1) paster, 21 st ur B ush 
" Hebrew Congregation of Oakland, 

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OAK 

LAND, A D Thoiiuon prc-iduiit, 
(i I) Metcalf vice presiilent, Lester 
(J Hurpee cashier, NE cor Broad- 
way ami lOih 
" Presbyterian Chinese Church and 
Cliristiau Association, Rev I M Con- 
dit pastor, MX 13 til 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 

Itev li l*" Co^k- D I) pastor, NE cor 

14th and Franklin 
" Swedish Baptist < hurch, Kev A 

Sjalander pastor, SE cor 10th and 

Magnolia 
" Unitarian Church, Kev ('has W 

VVeudte pastor, 6E cor 14th and 

Ca-tru 
" United Presbyterian Church, Rev 

F B Murch pastor, Y M C A H«ll 
" Universalist Church, Kev S Good 

euough pastoi , w s West bet llth 

and 12th 
Fischer Adolph, nigr Fischer's Bakery, 

• 866 VVasldiigt.'n, res 509 8th 
" Albert, clerk H Meyer, res 607 Web- 
ster 
'• Chas, baker A U & M L Schlueter, res 

663 0th 
" Chas F, traveling salesman, res 454 

E llth 
Fkcher Klizii Mis^, died July liO, 1892 
" Eliza Miss, res 1027 I'Jth ave 
" Ernest L, contractor stone work, 

1205 1 0th, res same 
" Eva Miss, res 1027 l'.)th ave 
" Ferdiuand, teacher physical culture, 

Germania Hal', res 819 Harrison 
" Frank, c')ok New Liberty Bakery, 

res 558 7tli j 

" J Mrs, propr Fischer's Bakery, 866 

Wasliiiigtou, res Alameda 
Fiarher Jnliu-'i, died Jan 30, 1892 
" Juliu-<, wood turner Pioneer Planing 

Mills, res 1400 3d 
" M Mrs, res 1265 lOtli 
" Mary Miss, res 1027 l!)th ave 
'' Thoi A, salesman, S F, res 960 Per- 

alta ! 

" Wm, gardener Mrs P Klunipp, 1266 

Fruitvale ave 
Fish Arthur L, agt, S F, res 947 Linden 
" Edward H, bookkeeper Taft & Pen- 

nnyer, rcs Merritt House 
■' F. traveling ayt, res 822 (ioss 
FISH GEORGE L(Pht Ian & Fish) res 

118 l.'ith 
" Harri«t A Mrs, res 'HAl Linden 
" .) H Mrs, tes DIS (;r,.ve 
" I. II M H. res 1.352 (Jr.vc 
FISH THEODORE J (Fuller, •laylr.r& 

Fi'h) res 080 21st 



Fish Truman D.salesman Phelan & Fish, 
res 118 13th 

" Wm H, printer, res 409 9th 

Fisher A D Mrs, res 1714 Taylor 

" A N, res 50 13th 

" August, gardener, res 911 Linden 

" Beriah P, hardware, 1113 23d ave, 
res same 

" Chas, 558 7th 

" Chas x\l, phj'sician, Market St House, 
res same 

" E Mrs, res 1714 Taylor 

" Edwin G, clerk county clerk's office, 
res Alameda 

" Ella Miss, furnished rooms, 1104 
Broadway, res same, rm 32 

" Evelyn N Mrs, music teacher, res 
520 E llth 

'* Frank, miner, Mexico, res 1152^ 23d 
ave 

" Frai.k H, dentist, S F, res 1219 Web- 
ster 

" Frank K, patentee, res 1152 Wash- 
ington ' 

" Galen M, student U C, res 904 Filbert 

" Geo, painter, res 5;9i 20th 

" Geo L, employe 8 P Co, res 1018 24th 
FISHER GEORGE W, manager Puget 
S tuiid Lumber Comp:iny, Ist and 
VVashiugtou, res 1219 Webster 

" G M Mrs, res 1)04 Filbert 

" Grace D Miss, teacher of reading and 
expression, res J 203 Castro 

" Grace M Miss, student, res 904 Fil- j 
bert j 

" (iustave .\, upholsterer, res 1880 Goss i 

" John L, tailor C Baab, res 1104 E j 

23a I 

" John W, painter, res 11C6 24th 

" Joseph, wood, coal and grain, 1401 

Broadway, rts 559 Simpson ave 
" Katherine B, teacher Oakland High 

School, res 1203 Castro 
" Lillian Miss, res 520 E llth 
"LP, printer, 8 F.res 1203 Castro 
" Marguret Mis, res 1017 30th 
" Michael, laborer, res 32d bet Market 

and San Pablo ave 
" Miles B, sec First Congregational 

Sunday school, res 904 Filbert 
"MS Mrs, res 071 10th 
" Philip M,editoi and mgr Pacific Edu- 

ciUioiinlJoiirndl, S F, res 509 16th ) 
" K A, machinist S P Co 
" S l'> Mrs, res 559 Simpson ave 
" S Edgar, architect, lOlOt Washing- 
ton, rm 1, res 1405 Brush j 
" William Mrs, with Fi-iher Packing I 

Co, S F, res 1 108 Dennison ' 

" W Sam-'p', employe S P Co, S F, res i 

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FISK LEANDER (Fisk & Bronson) 
aud school bo' ks and stationery, 
U56J2 "til, Adeline Street Statiou, 
res 671 Adeline 

Fiske Union, meets ^d and 4th Tuesday 
in each month at W C T U head- 
quarte's, 902 Clay 

" ^^'m H, enipIo\ e S P Co, res 1860 
William 

Fitch Alfred G, cook, S F, res 1948 Fil- 
bert 

" Charles, pjinter, res e s Pleasant Val- 
ley road nr Linda ave 

•' Geo W, copyist, S F, res 1249 Center 

" Henry S, bookkeeper, S F, res 919 
Cen er ' 

" Jennie L Mrs, dressmaker, res 910 
Clay 

FITCH OSCAR, sup<rintendent Whit- 
ney, -Standard and Oakland Trans- 
fer Co, 420-422 9th, res 816 21st i 

" Oscar P, dental s'udent, res 816 21st 

" Q Albert, copyist Hall of Records, res 
Alameda 

" Samuel S, shoemaker, res 1249 Cen- 
ter 
Fitish Frank, lab' rer, res 367 3d 
Fittbooen Dorothy Miss, dressmaker' 
Miss Eva Le Vanway, les 1216 Clay 

■' Paul, cigars aud tobacco, SE cor 
Broadway and Mth. res 462 12th 
Fitton E, machinist S P Co 
Fitz Ceo L, real estate, S F, res 622 18th 
Fitzell Eliza Mrs. res 757 Jefferson 
Fitzgerill Anna C Miss, dressmaker, 
rss 319 E 20 th | 

" Bros (Richard aud Michael) raikoad 
contractors, 1515 8th 

" C .melius, laborer Judsou Iron Wks, 
res 7oO Chester 

" David, res 812 10th 

" Ed«ard J, salesman M J Keller Co, 
r s812 16th 

" Haunah Miss, domestic, 1402 Frank- 
lin 

" Johanna Mrs, res 1217 15th ave 

" John, employe Distilled Soda Water 
Co, res 730 Chester 

" J, clerk Fitzgerald Bros.res 1515 8th 

'* Kate Mrs, res 313 I4th 

" Lottie Miss, book lander Tribune, res 
759 4th 

" Maggie A Miss, res 812 16th 

" Margaret Miss, res 313 14th 

" Mary Mis-i, bookbinder Trihtme, res 
759 4th 

" Mary Mrs, res 759 '4th 

" Maurice, laborer, res 1465 5th 

" Maurice, labo er S P Co, res 730 
Chester 

" Maurice J, c'erk, S F, tbs 810 15th 
Michael, employ- C C L Go, res samei 

" Michael (Fitzgerald Brcs) res 1515 
8th 



Fitzgerald M J Mrs, res 759 4th 
" M Joseph, clerk S P Co, S F, res 810 

15th 
" Peter, laborer S P Co, res NE cor 

I'owell and 3d, mail Emeryville 
" Richard (Fitzgerald Bros) res 15.5 
8th 
FITZGERALD ROBERT M, attor- 
ney at law, 854i Broadway, rms 1, 
2 and 3, res 3 13^1 4th 
Fitzjohn Alfred, stone contractor, res 

843 Isabella 
Fitzinaurice Albert W, res 713 15th 
" John J, gardener, res 713 15th 
Fitzpatrick James, tanner Brooklyn Tan- 
nery, rrs Brooklyn House 
" M Mis, groceries, cor 40th and Grove, 

rrs Same, mail JN' Temescal 
" Morgan A, res cor 40th and Grove, 

mail X Temescal 
" 1 imothy, plasterer, res 1355 Kirkham 
Fitzsimmons & Clark (H Fitzsimmons 

aud C E Ciark) saloon, 842 8th 
" Henry (Fitzsimmons & Clark) res 

472 8th 
" John, house painter, 366 9th, res same 
" Margaret P Mrs, housekeeper, res 

60 0th 
Fir Mine, dressmaker, removed to S F 
Flack Jas, res 520 Sycamore 
Flahavan Wm H, yardmaster S P Co, 

res 1783 Goss 
Flaherty Anthony, laborer, res 1812 

William 
" Bartholomew, j)lumber C C W Co, res 

270 5th 
" Jas, groceries, 1532 13th ave, res 

same 
" John, laborer, rea 1471 14th 
" Jos, laborer Remillard Brick Co 
Flahertii Margaret T Mrx, died Dec 2, 

1891 
" Mary Miss, res 1669 Pacific 
" Thof, painter, res 1404 18th 
" Thos O, groceries, 1155 32d, res same 
Flamont Adolph, clerk Hotel Albany. 

res same 
Flanagan Jos D, stenographer,. S F, res 

1009 7th 
" Patrick, teamster, res 1070 E 22d 
Flandin Jos, janitor Oakland Home Ins 

Co, r. s 415 2d 
Flanigan Christopher F, stove mounter, 

res 47 1 4th 
" Edward, printei-, S F, res 1427 

12th 
" Edward J, bookkeeper, S F, res 1427 

12th 
" John, employe < • C L C', res same 
" M Miss, rtrs 53 6th 
Flannery Mrs, r^s Gregory Block, rm 45 
" Annie Mrs, res 818 Cypress 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 96J 
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I Flnthmaiiii Claus, ca^/itulist, les S67 

Adeline 
" liosa Miss, res So7 Adeline 
Flatley .las, laborer S P Co, res ISO:^ 7tli 
Flatt Will K, homeopathic pliysician, 
I rris lOGS 1«: l.'ith 

J Flattery Hannah, domestic 517 Hobart 
I Fleck Adi Ipn, clerk Moyer & Williams, 
j res '23 lo Grove, mail N Temescal 

I " Dora Miss, res 2313 Grove, mail N 
' 'I emes al 

i " (rustave, barber, 607 Broadway, res 
! 2315 Grove, mail N Temescal 

: Fleming A .1 Mrs, res .304 9th 
! " Anna M G .Miss, res S 1 Center 

" David A, clerk Abrahamson Bros, i 
; res 1 156 Broadway 

I " David .J, engineer, res 811 Center 
i " D J Mrs, dressmakiig and grand 
tre surer Y L 1, 811 Center, rcSi 
same I 

" Elizabeth Mrs, domestic, 1271 Jack- 
son 
" Isaac D Rev, pas or 23d Ave Baptist 
I Church, res 1272 24th ave 

: " •la*', priut"-r, res 4S3 26th . 
' * .lohn R, clerk, S F, res 304 Ittii j 

I " Margaret Miss, re» 679 5th 
I " Xellie Mrs, res 1518 West 
I '■ \Vm, uiirlener Madison Square, res 
■ 483 26th 

; " Win .), bookbinder, res 811 Center 
I " Wm V , carpenter O (t L & H Co, res 
304 9th 
F'lemming F M Mfs, asst mgr S Tel Tel 
Co, res 533 Kiedrrick 
j " Louis E, electrician, res 533 Fr ub rick 
" Roht F, mgr S Tel Tel Co, 510 12th, 

rc3 533 Fr. den'c'c 
Fletcher Alfred H, cltrk Ed)eii & Nor, 
res 1623 Tayor 
" Alden, res 1-151 Adeline 
rifiirlier CIkih JI, died Nov 8. 1S91 
" Frank A, cleik, S F, res 1451 Ade- 
line 
" Geo H Mrs, music ie;icher, res Hotel 

Albany 
•' Hattie L Miss, res 1 'il2 Telegraph 

ave 
" Hugh, groceries, I223i Bioadway, 

res 1006 28th 
" Leroy 1) Cai)iain, res 1361 11th ave 
" Lucy H Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1451 Adeline 
" M .-X -Mr?, res 852 .Jetlerson i 

" Mary A Mrs, res 1361 1 Ith ave 
" Mary V. Miss, res 1451 Adeline 
" M S. helper S P Co, res 1719 14th 
•' M K Mi.>4s, teacher piau , res 852 

.1 ffersoii 
" Willanl F, pdice captain, res 1312, 

U'eleL'raph ave 
" Willnr.l F Jr, clerk, S F, res 1312 
Tell .;raph ave 



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Fletcher Wm. teflmster E M Derby k, 

Co, res 9,5 E 16th 
•' Wm C, barber, 1780 7th, res 1623 

Taylor 
" Wm C Jr, stenographer (^eo A De 

(Jolia, res 162i Taylor 
" Wm L, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, 

res 564 14th 
Flick Allen, carpenter R Walker, res 

605 1 0th 
" (Jeo W, contractor and builder, res 

4 6 E 1 6th 
Flieler Richard F, barber, S F, res 1601 

13th ave 
Flier Gus'ave C, painter, res 1259 E 

nth 
Flieil John F, tailor, S F, res 1316 E 

10th 
" M Miss, dr ssmakfr, res 1671 Taylor 
Flind Thos F, res 41 t nr Lusk ave, mail 

Oakland 
Flinn Alfred, lab.>r^•r, res 1819 Taylor 
" Catherine Mrs, res 1053 Wood, rear 
" Chas, em[)loye Cal Door Co, res 1819 

Taylor 
•' Ednuinil. cigar in ker H Gloy, res 

7.39 Myrtl-. 
" Jas, employ.- - P Co, res 1819 Taylor 
" .luli' Miss, d 'mestic, 1847 Webster 
" Mary Mrs, res 1819 Taylor 
" aee also Fli/mi 
HTi it filice M Mis^, rrs SW cor Orange 

a' d Perry 
" Annie Miss, res 1269 Castro 
" < ' L Mrs, res 574 Sycamore 
'■ Edward 1), res w s Fj iimouut ave, 

Pri spect Heights 
" Elijah T, gents' furnishings, 1057 

Bro,idwa\ , r.'S 1269 Castro 
" E P, real estate, S F, res SW cor 

( )r Mige and Perry 
FLINT GEORGE B, pharmacist, 1171 

Broadway, res 550 Hi b'lrt 
'* (ieo M, real estate, S F, res SW cor 

Orautte and Perry 
" Jas P, salesman K T Fiiiit, res 1269 

Castro 
" Jaue Mrs, res 1070 16tli 
" Levi, -hoemaker, 173J 7th, res 1718 

8th 
" Mary E Mrs, res 814 15th 
" Philip, plasterer, 616 12th 
" Roht W, student, res 574 Sycamore 
" S ml, bupt U S railway mail ser\ice, 

5 F, res 1718 8th 
" Walter P, res 574 Sycamore 

FLINT'S PHARMACY, Ge.rge B 
Flint proprietor, 1171 Broadway 

Flodfierg Clia-i, plasterer, res lo54 16th 
" John (i (Clobe Tea and (irocery Co) 
res 1100 23d ave 

Flohs Adolph, carpenter, res e s Halleck 
nr Park ave, mail Emeryville 

Flood A H, 2d engineer 8tr Trausit 

HE LIVERPOOL ct LONDON ct GLOBrInSURANCE Co7 
CHARLES D. HAVEN, Manager. J. H. TROY , Jr., A^ent, 
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Flood Chas S, porter S P Co, res 658 E 

loth 
" Geo F, blacksmith, res 666 E loth, 

rear 
" Henry E, res 2254 Adeline 
" Isaac, carpet layer, res 666 E l£th 
" Isabelle Mrs, res 1200 West 
Flood Maryaret Mrs, died Dec 3, 1891 
" Theodore, laborer, res 662 E 15th 
" Thos, laborer, res 714 Linden 
Flora Albert, laborer, res SSi( Bay 
" Burt, asst deputy poundmaster, 26th 

and Peralta 
" Chas A, res Ifiol Myrtle 
" & Dritrick (K H Flora and A A Deit- 

rick) house movers, 1651 Myrtle 
" Elisba H (Flora & Deitrick) res 1651 

Myrtle 
" Mel R, house mover, res 1024 Myrtle 
Florence Julia Mrs, domestic, SVV cor 

6th ave and E 20th 
Florenda Isabella M s, res 12il 17th 

ave 
Flossmann Bonifaz, florist and seeds-; 

man. 257 ]2t;h, res 2044 Broadway 
Floud John R, engineer str Geo W Elder, 

5 F, res 1420 Filbert 

" John W, Hardener W J Dingee, res 

1420 Fdbert 
Flouri oy A H, air hoseman S P Co, res 

1773 Taylor 
" Alf-xander, switchman S P Co, res 

ISOti 7th 
" Geo Mrs, res 807 Isabella 
Flur o F^lla V Mrs, Christian Scientist, 

res 568 1 7th 
" Francis J Dr, Christian Scientist, res 

50S 17th 
Flynn Andrew J, ckrk J T Moran, res 

1402 11th 
Fh/nn Cha.s C, died May 14, 1892 
" Edmond, capitalist, les 857 Peralta 
" Henry, car cleaner S P Co, res 1616 

Taylor 
" Hugh, blacksmith S P Co, res 826 

Wood 
" Jas. student, res SE cor 36th and 

San Pablo ave 
" Jas, upholsterer L ¥ Hickey & Co, 

re 82() Lydia 
" Jas T, clerk P Flynn, res 1461 7th 
" Jas W, apprentice machinist S P Co, 

rr-s 1307 10th 
" John S, painter M J Finnigan, res 

1361 18th 
" Lucy Miss, employe F H Bruning, 

res 1402 11th 
" Lucy Mrs, dressmaker, 14G2 11th, res 

same 
" Maggie Miss, res 805 27th 
" Maria Mi-s?, res 857 Peralta 
" Mary Mus, saleslady R T Kennedy 

6 Co, res 82 1 Lydia 

" Mary Mrs, res 1361 18th 



Flynn Mary E Miss, res 1402 1 1th 
" Mary E Miss, dressmaker, res 1361 

18th 
" Maurice J, painter, res 1361 18th 
" Michael, car repairer S P Co, res j 

1837 7th 
" Michael, employe S P Co, res 1813 

William 
" Michael, boiler maker's helper S P ! 

Co, res 829 Cedar I 

'■ Patrick, dry and fancy goods, 1061 

VN ashington, res 226 9th 
" Patr ck, laborer, res SE cor 36th and ; 

San Pablo ave j 

" Patrick, wood and coal, 1459 7th, res j 

1461 7th j 

" Patrick J, machinist S P Co, res 1367 | 

10th I 

" Rosa Mrs. res 709 Adeline 
" Sarah Miss, res 1461 7th 
" Timothy J, plasterer, res 1361 IStb 
" Wm, laborer, res 718 Center 
'' Wm, cement worker Gray Bros, res 

508 2d 
Foard Geo, dairy, 913 28th, res same 
'• Geo T, res9l3 28th 
" .John W, mattress maker Oakland 

Mattress Co, res 913 28th 
" Lizzie F Miss, res 913 28th 
Focacci Carl, employe Whittier, Fuller 1 

& Co, res 653 Mj'ttle 
" Lena Miss, res 653 Myrtle 
" Louis, carpenter Burnham-Standeford 

Co, res 653 Myrtle 
" Manuel, laborer, res 1515 3d 
Foccacci Alarm Mrs, died July 13, 1892 
Focha Manuel F (Focha & Rogers) res 

156 1 ;^ 5th 
Focha & Rogers (M F Focha and F 

Rogers) gents' furnishings, hats, 

boots and shoes, 1060 Washington 
Foertsch Michael, res 759 Peralta 
Fogarty Florence A Miss, stenographer 

E C Sessions, res 871 Filbert 
" G L, brakeman S P Co 
" Jas, clerk S S Fogaity, res 871 Fil- 
bert 
" Jennie L Miss, res 871 Filbert 
" John N, clerk W E Barnard & Son, 

res 1312 Market 
" Matthew, wat( hman S P Co, Six- 
teenth Street Station, res \'<]2 

Market 
" Sherman S, boots and shoes, 480 7th, 

res 871 Filb-rt 
" Wm, p -rter Wells, Fargo & Co, Oak- 
land Pier, res .S F 
' Wni G, engraver Western .lewelry 

Co, res87rFilbert 
Foge Albert C, machinist Oakland Iron 

Works res S F 
Fogg Ellen Mrs, res 163G Myrtle 
" Geo E (Fogg & McMath) res 906 

Broadway, rm 1 



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FOGG GEORGE H, real estate and' 
notary public, olfice 1471 Broadway, 
res 1638 Telearaph ave 
" Geo J, carpenter S P Co, res 1662 

William 
" Jas ]j, district siipt agencies Con- 
necticut Mutual Life Insurance Co, 

5 F, res 770 13th I 
" Jos S, carpenter, res 813 Market 

•' & McMath (J E Fogg and J B Mc- 

Matli) surveyors, 906 Broadway, 

rms 1 and 2 
" Wm W, surveyor, res 770 13th 
Folcia Jos, agt Home Mutual Insurance 

Co, res 572 7 th 
P^oley Ann Mrs, res 623 Chestnut 
" J, laborer G L Ar H Co, res SW cor 

■ith and Clay 
" Jas J, res 1023 Peralta 
" Jeremiah, tank tender S P Co, res 

NE cor Park ave and Halleck, mail 

Emeryville 
" John, gardener, res 1839 San Pablo 

ave 
" John, laborer, res 620 Chestnut ' 

" John, teamster Kenton Coal Co, res 

666 '27th 
" John G, salesman, S F, res 1019 

Willow 
" John J, tireman S P Co 
" John J, salesman T M O'Halloran & 

Co, res 567 8th 
" M, fireman str TrnrinU 
" M Miss, res 408 13th 
" Matthew J, gardener, res 1354 8th' 

ave 
" Michael, employe G L & H Co, res 

1137 Magnolia I 

" Thos, laborer S P Co, res 620 Chest-! 

nut 
" ThosJr, laborer, res 620 Chestnut 
" Wm, laborer, res 364 1st 
" Wm, vegetable peddler, res Wash-i 

ington nr Tevis, Fruitvale 
" see altio Faley 
Folger Allen S, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1:^68 8th 
" Kdwin G, telegraph operator, res 674 

16th 
" Ella Mrs, res 1308 Jackson 
" Ernst K, student, res 1308 Jackson 
." J A, pres J A Folger & Co, S F, res 

1308 Jackson 
Folk Freda Mrs, domestic, 1311 San 

Pablo ave 
Folk^rs C Theodore A, clerk, S F, res 

915 Myrtle \ 

" (t August VV^, cashier J H A Folkers 

6 Bro, S F, res 915 Myrtle 

" J H A (J HA Folkers & Bro, S F) 
res 915 Myrtle 
• J H Ludolph, clerk, S F, res 915 
Myrtle 
Follett iVIary R Mrs, res 577 Jones 



Follon Jas, driver T C Emery, res 964 

Kirk ham 
FoUratli Adam, blacksmith, Alameda, 

res 1361 E ilth 
" Jas H, tireman S P Co, res 1361 E 

11th 
Folsom Geo H, stockbroker, S F, res 

1715 Valdez 
Folte Gustave O, clerk, S F, res 914 

Brush 
FOLTZ MATTHEW, manager Kast & 

Co, nil Broadway, res Alameda 
Fonda Emilie F Mrs, died July 4, 1892 
" Geo H, brakeman S P Co, res 1772 

Goss 
" Jesse C, printer Taylor Printing Co, 

res 1772 Goss 
" Jos, laborer, res 1025 E 22d 
" Peter W, physician, 1772 Goss, res 

same * 

Funes John H, contractor and builder, 

res 586 10th 
P'onetti Gabriel, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
FONG CHARLES W, proprietor Bam- 
boo Furniture Factory, instruction 

given in bicycle riding, 514 ISthj res 

same 
Fonseca Alexander N, res 365 2d 
Fontaine Jos D, res 774 15i.h 
" Peter, wines and liquors, 1475 San 

Pablo ave, res 1221 Adeline 
" Walter L, clerk supt of streets, 

City Hall, res 774 15th 
Fonte Antoni(>, general mdse, 800 and 

802 E 12th, res 1 1 14 16th ave 
" Geo, laborer, res 1029 E 22d 
" Joseph, lumberman E M Derby & Co, 

res 1025 E22d 
" Joseph F, shoemaker D O'Keetfe, res 

E22dnr 19th ave 
" Mamie Miss, res 1029 E 22d 
" Manuel, barber, 1145 E 14th, res NE 

cor 26th ave and E 21st 
" Marie Miss, res 1114 16th ave 
lontes Anselma S, boots and shoes, 371 

8, res same 
I'ontsAntone Pi, garde-erG W Cox, res 

same, mail Oakland 
" Francisco, laborer Wm Von Der- 

weele, res 717 Lewis 
Foote Chas B, clerk, S F, res 1427 20th 

ave 
" (hauncey Y, student, res 1154 Brush 
" Ellen Mrs, res C63 28th 
" Henry E, student, res 1443 Linden 
" Lottie Mrs, res 1156 Broadway, rui 4 
" Millie Miss, res 1443 Linden 
" Wallace, fireman S P Co, res 1066 

12th ave 
" Wm D, attyat law, SE cor 9th and 

Broadway, res 478^ 10th 
" W W, atty at law, S F, res 1154 

Brush 



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Footman Henry E, clerk, S F, res 1750 

loth ave 
Foraia Wm, laborer Judson Mfg Co 
Forbps Augusta Mrs, confectionery and 

notions, '2^-2 12th, res same 
FORBES FREDERICK, interpreter 
and traiislitor and secretary Daniel 
Braniiau, 90(5 Broadway, rms 15 and 
16, res Hrand Central Hotel 
" John, carpenter, res Union Hotel 
" John T, driver F H Bruning, res 232 

12th 
" Maggie, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 600 Valdez 
" Margaret ]Miss, res 232 12th 
" Fv C fireman S P Co. res 1006 Pine 
" William, carpenter, res F'airview^ 
Tract, Piedmont j 

Force Sidney B, cashier Alameda Co; 
branch Home Mutual Ins Co, res 
Sunnl 
Ford Alvin. gardener, res 225 23d ave 
" Annie M Miss, res with Jamps F Ford, ' 

mail N Temescal 
" Archibald, machine wks, 629 Market, 
res Sutter ur San Pablo ave, mail' 
Golden G ate i 

" Carrie Miss. res 530 Hobart I 

" Charles, laborer, res 518 6th 
" Charles, tallyman Taylor & Co, res 
262 4th I 

" Charles W, employe A Ford, res Snt 
ter nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden! 
Gate 
" Clira M Miss, res NW cor Howe and| 
Howard - 

" CM Miss, res Old County road opp 
2'th ave, Fruitvale, mail same j 

" Daniel, salesman, res 85 i Brush 
" Elizabeth Mrs, groceries, 2042 Broad- 

w.iy, res same 
" Ellen Mrs, res 869 Filbert 
" Emily Miss, res 5S0 Hobart 
" George E, machinist A Ford, res Sut- 
ter nr San Pablo ave, mail Golden | 
Gate j 

" Hanry, cashier G H Umbsen & Co, S' 
F, res 5.30 Hobart | 

" James, employe C C L Co 
" James, laborer Alameda Mac Co, res 
764 5th < 

" James, engineer S 1' Co, res 1521 8th 
" James F, street contractor, res Hud- 
son and College ave, mail N 
Temescal 
'* Jes ie, domestic. 533 TFobart 
" John, gardener Mountain View Cem- 
etery 
" J T, machinist, res Old County road, 

opp 27th ave, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Katie ^Irs, res .5.30 Hobart 
" Lena Mrc", employe C C L Co 
" Lilly Miss, res Sutter nr San Pabloi 
ave, mail Golden Gate 



Ford Martin, fireman S P Co, res 1059 

] 3th ave 
" Mary Mrs, res 63 A 
" May E Miss, rss with James F Ford, 

mail N Temescal 
" Morton I, brakeman S P Co, res 1803 

7th 
"NO (Anderson & Ford) res S F 
" Sarah Miss, bookkeeper W H Rob- 
erts & Co, res 530 Hobart 
" Sarah M Mrs, confectionery and 

notions, 277 E 12th, res same 
" Theresa, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res 531 Kennedy 
" Thomns, butcher J H Thitme, res 

869 Filbert 
Ford Thomas ,/, removed to S F 
" Wm, carpenter Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

rps Frnitvale 
" Wm, laborer, res 862 Franklin 
" Wm D, machinist Oakland Iron 

Works, res 869 Filbert 
Fording Howard W, civil engineer and 
propr Pacific Engineering School, 
Y M C A Bldg, res Washington nr 
Fruitvale a'^e 
" Miss Ida M, music teacher, res W^ash- 

ington nr Fruitvale ave, Fruitvale 
" Mary E Mrs, res W^ashington nr 
Frnitvale ave, Fruitvale 
For6 Chas W, (^priiance, S'.anley & Co, 

S F) res 1414 Frar.klin 
Foreman .Johrf H, blacksmith W Le- 

brecht, res 707 Adeline 
Forestell Mary Miss, domestic, 617 E 

18th 
Forde John, tailor. S F, res 564 14th 
" Eobt conductor C St Ry Co, res 

229 f^th 
Form^n John H, blacksmith, res 638 

Chestnut 

" Marga'-et B Miss, res 1.379 Harrison 

Forney Robert L, carpenter, res 47th bet 

San Pablo ave and Adeline, mail 

Golden Gate 

Forqnaras Maggie Miss, domestic, 214 

12th 
Forrest Annie Miss, res 263 E 18th 
" C T Mrs, res 1841 Webster 
" Ed, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co 
" John, air brake expert S P Co, res 

263 E 18th 

FORREST RICHARD A, physician j 

and surgeon, S\V cor 13th ave and E | 

14th, res 263 E 18th ■ 

" St rling P, cook W C T U Coffee • 

Ronm^, res 755 JeflPerson ; 

" Thos, car repairer S P Co, res 444 E 

20th 
Forrester Edwin H , gen freight agt N P 

R R, S P, res 1454 9th 
" Mabel Miss, res 1454 9th 
Forsberg Ludwig, painter, 710 27th 
Fori^land Luis, carpenter, res 1812 7th 



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Forster Arlliur (J, carpeut r and builder, 

res '2o8 4th ,, 

" Dorothy Mrs, res with F F Sturges, 

a s Booth nr Broadway 
" Emma Mrs, widow, res 263 4th 
" John, maible polisher J F Kelly, res 
1 l()t)0 3d 

FORSTING L W, vice president Oak- 
land Builiiing and Loan Association, 
1 151 28d ave, res 1357 24th ave 
I Forsyth Fred A. salesman Wheeler & 
Wilson Mfg Co, res Alameda 
" Nellie Mrs, dressmaker, res 807 
Washington 
! F.'rsythe E, waiter P P C Co, res S F 
' Fortado Frcnk, employe 8 P Co, res 726 

Hetiry 
I '■ John, laborer, res 211 2d 
" ■■>ee also Furtado 

Fortea Frank, em^iloye Cal Jute Mills 
! Co 

i Forthmau J D, ship carpenter S P Co 
I Fortier Adele V Mis^, res 1568 8th ave 
" Margaret Miss, student, res 1568 8th 

ave 
" Shadrach M, clerk, S F, res 1568 8th 

ave 
Fortimar Dora Miss, employe F H Brun- 

log, res Alameda 
Fortin Agues J Mis*, res 566 19th 
FORTIN BRICK CO (San Francisco) V 
L Foitin iiianager.^minufacturers 
pressed and comm 'U brick, 3d and 
Washington, telephone 158 
FORTIN D E, manager V L Fortin, 3d 
and Washington, res 521 Delger 
" Mary R Miss, res 566 19th 
" V, bricklayer V L Fortin, res 566 

19th 
FORTIN V L, manager Fortin Brick 
Co (>> F) and dealer in lime, plaster, 
cement, etc, 3d and Washington, res 
566 19th, telephone 158 
Fortman P'ledk D, ship carpenter S P 

Co, res 834 Cedar 
F^osen Christian J, captain str Newbenj, 

res 2018 Union 
Fosgett Louise Miss, teacher piano, res 

33 Helen 
Foskett Edward, inventor, res w s 12th 

nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 
Foss Christian, res 1659 William 
P^ossard Emma Miss, res 720 10th 
Fossing John C, salesman W G Manuel, 

res Alameda 
Fost Manuel, dairy. Lusk ave nr 41st, 

res same, mail N Temescal 
Fester Alfred B, asst mailing clerk post 

office, res 1309 Jefferson 
" Angelo, student Cal College, res 1664 

Atlantic 
" Bertha V Miss, res 1622 Taylor 
" Catherine, groceries, 1570 2Ist ave, 
res same 



Foster Chas A, res 55 s Caledonia ave 
" Chas A, clerk U S Custom House, S 

F, res 1622 Taylor 
" Chas M, machinist, res 1560 7th 
" C T, ship j liner S P Cj 
Foster Daniel, died Nov 4, 1891 
' ' Eliza Mi.as, res 729 Henry 
" Eliza E Miss, nurse Fabiola Hospital, 

res same 
" F D, res Playter Block, rm 58 
" Henry W, music teacher, 1560 7th, 

res same 
" H H, res Orchard ave and Webster 
" H W, ship joiners P Co 
" Isaac L, machinist and extraman En- 
gine Co No 1, res 1924 Filbert 
'' J L, carpenter mill 8 P Co 
" John, expressman, SW cor 7th and 

Chester, res 821 Henry 
" John, extraman Hose Co No 1, res 

5th and Washington 
" John, gas engineer Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res 223 Hannah 
" John, machine hand O Plan Mills, 

res 5J1 6th 
" John A, carpenter, res 1924 Filbert 
" John C, bookkeeper, S F, res 1218 

Magnolia 
" Jos, mnlder H N Da. ton & Sons, res 

1445 5th 
" L Mrs, res 2427 Telegraph ave, mail 

N Temescal 
" Lee W, res 1573 10th ave 
" Lincoln G, clerk, res 1273 8an Pablo 

ave 
" Louis, seaman, res Telegraph ave, 

ma 1 N Temescal 
" Michael, res 1664 Atlantic 
" Moses G, miner, res 960 Cjstro 
" M S Mrs, res 960 Castro 
" Nellie G Miss, res 1573 lOMi ave 
" Newel K, physician, 1266 23d ave, 

res same 
'• Rowena Miss, res 960 Castro 
" Thos J. dyer, res 1309 Jeffersi>u 
*' Viola Miss, res 1664 Atlantic 
" Warren, student, res 960 Castro 
" Wvi A, removed to Wilmington, Cal 
" Wm W, weigher S P Co, res 938 Pe- 

ralta 
Foubert Eugene J, jeweler, S F, res s s 

Tem(!scal ave, mail N Temescal 
Foulkes Thos D, expiessman, 12th and 

Broadway, res n s Moss ave nr 

Ruby, mail Oakland 
" Thos T, conductor C St Ry Co. res 

w s Telegraph ave bet 47th and 48th, 

mail N Temescal 
Fountain Chester L, clerk Oakland Home 

Ins Co, res 211 12th 
'■ Ethel Miss, preceptress Oakland 

Seminary, res 528 ) 1th 
" Geo W, salesman Oakland Fruit a 

Pro luce Co, res 211 I2th 



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Fountain Lodge No 193, I O GT, meets 

eveiy MonJcty eveuiug, Covenant 

Hall, SE cir 1 8th and Clay 
" W H Mrs, res n s -iJth nr Grove, 

mail N Teniescal 
Four Mile House, Mrs M C Kline propr, 

San Leandro road nr Hi^h, Fruit- 
vale 
Fowle John A, compositor Morning 

Times, res '260 9th 
sier Archibald M (Fowler Bros) res 

1430 E 10th I 

" Artliur. clerk, S F, res F86 20th | 

" B-os (Herman H and Archibald M); 

contractors and builders, 1430 E 

10th 
" Clara Miss, res 586 20th 
" David C, carpenter, res 1430 E 10th 
" Emerson J, carpenter, res Sutter nr 

Adeline, mail Golden Gate I 

" Geo H, res 650 E 14th I 

" Geo H C, musician, res 629 E 14th 
" Helen I Mrs, res 1402 8th avc 
" Herman H (Fooler Bros) res 1430 EJ 

10th i 

" Jas E. res 1037 Linden | 

" JefiFt^rson, tobacco merchant, S F.res] 

1402 8th ave ' 

" John T, res e a College ave nr Clare- 

m )nt ave, mail Oakland 
" Laure L Miss, milliner, res Sutter nr 

Adeline, mail Golden (xate 
" Mary A Mrs, res 586 20th 
" Prentiss U, salesman, S F, res 586 

20th 
" M Mrs, res •"86 20th 
Fox Aladine E (Jersey Milk, Cream and 

Butter Co) res 467 22d 
" Anna E Miss, bookkeeper Taft & 

Pennoyer, res Alameda 
" Annie W Miss, res 967 4th ave 
" Aylmer H, clerk, S F, res 261 12th 
" Chas M, lather, res 658 Kennedy 
" Charles N, atty at law, S F, res 1057 

Market 
" Edson H (Fox & Walker) res 620 loth 
" Edward, driver J P Taylor, res 811 

Willow 
" Edward V, driver People's Ex & T 

Co, res 967 4th ave 
" Emma A Miss, dressmaker, res 620 

loth 
" Frank, upholsterer E Hook, res Rue- 

dys Hotel 
" Frederick K, clerk E A Howard & 

Co, res 8H5 Union 
" Geortte W, atty at law, S F, res 1535 

Webster 
" Henry G, clerk, S F, res 967 4th ave 
" H F, brakeman 8 P Co 
" Ida F Miss, res 1057 Market 
" James S (Gatter& Fox) res 832 Alice 
" Jaye E, druggist H H Skilling, res 

962 Webster 



Fox Jennie E Mrs, nurse, res 620 15ih 
" John, hostler P Pumyta, res 1014 

Webster 
" John E, res 832 Alice 
" John S, janitor Cole School, res 261 

12 th 
" Joseph C, painter, res s s Park ave 

nr Hubbird, mail Emeryville 
" L E Mrs, res 493 23d 
" Lo, tinner and plumber, 1261 San 

Pablo ave, res 374 10th 
" Mary E Mis->, res 261 12th 
*' Michael, exprebsman, cor 8th aud 

Washington, res 832 Alice 
" Michael, liborer, res s s Park ave nr 

Hubbard, mail Emeryville 
" Michael P Jr, sawyer Cal Door Co, 

res n s Park ave nr Hubbard, mail 

Emery villi 
" Minnie Mrs, seamstress, res 1371 J 

12th 
" Vigor E, res 967 4th ave 
" & Walker (E H Fox and J H Walker) 

bakers and confectioners, 526 16th 
" Willi m B, res 967 4th ave 
" Wm F, news agt Call, res 1219 Mag- 
nolia 
Foy MoUie Miss, laundress, res Gregory 

bl ck 
Foye George F, commercial traveler, res 

1273 9th ave 
" Joseph, loDgslioreman, res Overland 

House 
" Martin, track foieman S P Co, res 

1014 9th ave 
Fraga John, employe Oakland French 

Laundry, res 690 29th 
" Joseph B, deck hand str Piedmont, 

res 1 16 Louisa 
Fragas Mary Miss, laundress, res n s 5th 

nr Center 
" Mary Mrs, res n s 5th nr Center 
" Thomis. apprentice machinist S P 

Co, re» n s 5th nr Center 
France Henry W, res 1810 7th 
" & Kt-telhut (Robert L France and 

Francis Ketelhiit) baktry, 1810 7th 
•' Robert L (France k Ketelhut) res 

1810 7th 
" Walters, res 1810 7lh 
Francis All)ert, canvas*er, ns 1162 7th 
" Charles F A, physician, 1210 San 

Pablo ave, rm 5^, res same 
" Egbert, lineman <; Sb Ry Co, res 

with Geo Ireland, Tern' seal 
" George G, res 1227 3d ave 
" Henry L, bookkeeper, S F, res 914 

Peralta 
" James E, clerk, S F, res 1722 Linden 
" James H E, re-« 1722 Linden 
" John, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
" Joseph, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 
" Joseph T, carpenter, res 1640 Myrtle 



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Francis Leonard, employe C C L Co, res 

182S Kirkham 
" Ijoftus, solicitor Kennedy's Agency, 

res 1/43 Filbert 
" Manuel, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
" Manuel, seaniaii, res "iiS Helen 
" Marcelina, roller Judsoa Manufactur- 
ing Co, res 38 HeUni 
" I'aul, seaman, res Overland House 
"US Miss, res with Mrs J Deane, 

Claremoiit ave, mail Oakland 
" Victor, employe C C L Co 
Francisco D, employe S P Co, foot I'er- 
alta, res S'J'2 Lewis 
! " Daniel, res 1S21 Adeline 

" Irvii), carpenter J H Thomas, res 

1-235 25th ave 
" Irvin, ci;jars and tobacco, SW cor E 

12th and 23d ave, res same 
" Manuel, employe S P Co, res 220 

Helen 
" Manuel, laborer S P Co, res 16(52 Pa- 

citic 
" Manuel, laborer, res 1073 E 19th 
FRANCK CHARLES (Oakland Bot- 
tling Co) res 1507 11th ave 
" Max, piano tuner and repairer, 1274 

7th, res same 
Franconi P^mile L, clerk L Heim, res 

1160 7ih 
Francy Agnes Miss, res 1274 Fruitvale 

ave 
" Jennie Miss, res 1274 Fruitvale ave 
" John, clerk J M McArthur, res 1274 

Fruitvale ave 

" Wm, molder, S F, res 1274 Fruitvale 

ave I 

Frauey Kate Mrs, nurse, res 1120 8th avcj 

Frank Abe J, driver Oakland Stables, 

res Koss House 
" Benjamin F, printer, res 355 10th 
" Charles, nigr Co-operative Boot and 
Shoe Co, 853 Washington, res 619 
ISth 
" Charles L c 'mpositor Oakland En- 
quirer Publishing Co, res 355 10th 
" Christina Miss, domestic Hopkins 

Academy 
" Eila, fruit stand, SW cor 10th and 

Broadway, res 405 10th 
" Emilie Mrs, groceries, 952 24th, res' 

same 
" Esther Miss, teacher Oakland High 

School, res 763 17th 
" J, laborer S P Co 
" Jacob, tailor N J Svveenj', res 378 9th 
" Katherine Mrs, res 1211 19tli ave 
" M, employe Alameda Mac Co's 

<|narry, res same 
" Milton, shoemaker Cooperative Boot 

and Shoe Co, res 619 18th 
" Nels, porter W^ollitz Bros, res 966 

7th 
" Kay Miss, journalist, res 763 17th 



Frank Theodore, carriage trimmer, 373 

10th, res NE cor 13th and Harrison 
Franke Clement, baggage master S P Co, 

res 1826 William 
" Emma, res 1S24 William 
" George, res 1824 William 
" George Jr, fireman S P Co, res 1824 

William 
" Henry C, car cleaner S P Co, res 

1824 William 
" Piul, baker \V H Hueg, res 1472 7th 
" U & Co (Rudolph Franke) proprs Oak- 
land Pickle Factory and Vinegar 

Works, 1622 Grove ' 
" Paulolph (R Franke & Co) res 589 

24th 
" Wm, bookkeeper R Franke & Co, 

res 581) 24th 
Franklaud George, res 1459 Brush 
" Kate Miss, res 1459 Brusli 
" Richard, decorator Uhl Bros, res 

1459Bru^h 
" Thomas, compositor Enquirer, res 

14g9 Brush 
" Thomas W, bookkeeper, S F, res 520 

ISth 
" Zita Miss, res li59 Brush 
FranUin Albert, died December 2, 1891 
" (xeorge B, salesman Abrahamson 

Bros, res 815 Webster 
" Hotel, Mrs Annie Murphy propr, 

SW cor 7th and Franklin 
" Joseph, candy maker F H Bruning, 

res 483 7th 
"PC. mgr American Wringer Co, res 

1455 Broadway 
" R Alice Miss, teacher Prescott School, 

res 510 9th 
" School, J F Chand'er principal, cor 

10th ave and E 16th 
Franks C, brakeman S P Co 
" C, train baggag(^man S P Co 
" Geo, tiieinan S P Co, res 1824 William 
" James, fireman Judson Manufactur- 
ing L'o, res Commercial Union Hotel, 

mail Emeryville 
" Theodore, nurser •. , Telegr.iph ave nr 

Morgan, res same, mail N Temescal 
" Mary Mrs, r. s 1.305 Webster 
^•' Thos L, carver W T Veitch & Bro, res 

1305 W^ebster 
Frantz .Fay M, real estate, 468 9th, res 

1670 Valdez off 22d 
Franz Frank (Franz & Fuchs) res 80) E 

14th 
" & Fuchs (Frank Franz and Leo Fuchs) 

wines and liiiuori", 809 E 14th 
" Hermann, bartender Kreutzfeld & 

Koster, res 416 8th 
" Max (Weinincr & Franz) res 416 8th 
Fra.ser Alexander, canvasser, res 829 

Campbell 
" Alexander G, carpenter S P Co, res 

ft s Monte Visia ave nr Piedmoat ave 



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Fraser Daniel A,mgr Acme Hose Reel 

Co, 401 12th, res 1068 24th 
" Duncan, res 82!) Campbell 
" Eugene, student, res 1102 Wood 
" Floribel Miss, rcs 865 West 
" Cxeo, ship carprfuter S P Co, res 

1102 VV odd 
" Geo W, collector, S F, res Felton nr 

Idaho, mail tiolden Gate 
" Jas It, mgr Abrahamson Bros, res 

522 10th 
*' John K, blacksmith, res 1264 7th 
" Julia Miss, rts 916 Myrtle 
" N M Mrs, dressmaker, S F, res 1009 

Adeline 
" Robt, ship carpenter, S F, res 1102' 

Wood 
" Samuel VV, carpenter and builder, 

305 3d, res same 
•' Thos Rev D D, res 916 Myrtle 
" Walter H, map maker, res S05 3d 
" Wm H, salesman J A Joyce, res 

Girard Hotel , 

Fraternal Hall, 1156^ Washington ! 

Fraternity Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 

Frates Catherine Mrs, res 953 Webster 

" Frank, laborer S P Co I 

" Frank,mill hand McManus & Gartner, I 

res 953 Webster 
" Freeman, watchman S P Co, res 730 

denry j 

" Geo. sign writer V P Mitchels, res 

G< Iden Gate 
" John E, car repairer S P Co, res 1709 

Atlantic 
" Jos E, driver Camilloni & Lagoria, 

res 953 Webster ! 

" Jas, empl >ye Cal Jute Mills Co , 

" Jos, labor, r, res 236 Haven 
" Jos, laborer S P Co, res 917 E 15th 
'■ Lorenz, laborer, res 864 E 21st 
" Lousia Miss, employe C C L Co 
" Manuel, lumberman E M Derby & 

Co, res Alameda 
•' Manuel, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
" Manuel J, laborer Paraffine Paint 

Co, res 213 Hollis, mail Oakland 
/Urates Mathews, died July 21, 1892 
" Mary Mrs, res 244 Ha Ian 
"ME Mrs, res 2015 Che-*tnut 
Fratus Anna L Mrs, res 226 Hollis i 

" Anton, res 226 Hollis 
" Frank, butcher Lacoste & Largente, 

res e s Idaho nr BlacAstoiie, Diail 

Golden Gate 
'* Jos, butcher, Lacoste & Largente, res 

e s Idaho nr Blatkstone, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 552 Sycmore 
Frauneder Grace Miss, telegraph opera- 
tor, S F, res 1462 Telegraph ave 
" Leopold, machinist, 409 10th, res 

1462 Telegraph ave 
Frayer N Miss, domestic, 1427 11th ave 



Frazee John, laborer S P Co 

Frazer Hugh, blacksmith, 10 8 Franklin, 

res 963 Castro 
" Thos J. driver, res Golden Gate Hotel, 

Stock Yards, mail Oakland 
Frazier Alic:; Mrs, res 1856 8th 
Frear Cat cline Miss, res 1461 10th ave 
*' Henrietta Miss, res 1461 10th ave 

FREAR PHILIP F DR. dent st, 1014 

Broadway, rms 9 and 10, res 1461 

1 0th ave 
" Walter Rev, res 1461 10th ave 
Fredenberg M, propr Newlaud House, 

NE cor 7th and Washington, res 

same 
Fredenburr t ibbie Miss, res 373 6th 
" Marie L Mrs, dressmaker, res 373 6th 
" M C, clerk E A Howard & Co, res 

373 6th 
FREDERICK & ARTH (Jacob Fred- 
erick and Geo V Arth) proprietors 

Oakland Carriage Factory, SE cor 

10th and Webster 
" Edwanl P, conductor O Cable R Co, 

res 1828 Grove 
" Henrj' W, res 1128 Grove 
FREDERICK JACOB (Frederick & 

Arth) res 569 16th 
" Leonard, sewer contractor, res 1137 

E 14th, rear 
" Wm B, res 1828 Grove 

FREDERICKSBURG BREWING CO 

F W Stromberg agent, 1419 Broad- 

wav 
Fredericksen Peter, cement layer, res 

416 7th 
Frederickson Frederick, gardener C C 

Clay, Fruit vale 
" Mary Miss, tailoress, res 609 4th 
'" Peter C, employe Con P C Co, res 

NE cor John and Howe 
" Peter C, wood and coal, cor King ave 

and Prescott, Fruitvale, res same, 

mail Fruitvale 
Fredman Morris, salesman Co-operative 

Boot and Shoe Co, res 920 Broadway 
Fredrick Lewis F, carriage painttr 

Frederick & Arth, res 1012 Webster 
Fredrickson John C, machine hand 

Mann & Mole, res 1568 Linden 
" Wm D, capt str Transit, res 516 E 

16th 
" Harrold, clerk R Fredrickson, res 

1159 Campbell 
" Richard, mfr ink and mucilage, 1159 

Campbell, res same 
Fredson Geo, died Dec 21, 1891 
F & A M, Alcatraz Lodge No 244, meets 

1st and .3d Monday evenings in each 

month at Masonic Hall, 7th and 

Willow 
'• Brooklyn Lodge No 225, meets 1st 

Tuesday evening in each month at 

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F & A M, Live Oak Lodge NTo 6L meets 
Ist triday ev« ning in each mouth at 
Masonic Temp e 
" Oakland L'ldge N ■ 188, meeta 1st 
Satvir lay in each mouth at Masonicj 
Temple j 

Free Employment B reau and Reading] 
Room, conducted by Painters' Un- 
ion, Native Sons' Hall, 918 Wash- 
ington 
Freebort' Andrew, gardener Mrs R A 

Well man, Fruit vale 
Feels Dietrich, mariner, res 1G17 15th 
Freeman Ada Miss, res 1617 13th ave j 
" Allen G, commission broker, S F, res 

1137 Linden 
" Chas, bartender W M Holmes, res' 

1617 l;^th ave 
" Chas W, foreman Francis & Valen- 
tine, S F, res 1724 Lincoln 
" Emily A Mrs, rds 830 Myrtle 
Freeman Ems N, died Jan 12, 1892 
" Eugene M, capt, res 1019 Linden 
" Frank, commercial traveler, S F, res 

1562 Telegraph ave 
" Geo, carpenter, res 419 2d 
" Geo, clerk E G Buswell & Co, res 510 

6th 
•' H, res 829 i Myrtle 
" John L, bookkeeper, S F, res 1164^ 

Perulta 
" Magnus, tail.>r, S F, res 22 Maple 
" Mary Mr«, res 1663 Seward 
" Sarah F, res 1124 Filbert 
" Wm, bartender W M Watson & Co, 

res 1617 13th ave 
" Wm H, waiter. S F, res 962 26th ave 
Freer Ellen Mrs, died Jan 16, 1892 
Freese Hans, gardener V G Hush, Fruit- 
vale 
Freeze John, trackman S P Co 
Freiermuth Geo H, street contractor, 463 

9th, res S F 
Freiges John, laborer, res 960 E 20th 
" John A, carpenter, res 960 E 20th 
Freitas Antonio, boxmaker Eagle Box 
and Manufacturing Co, res 524 16th 
" Antonio, employe S P Co, res 

1468 3d 
" Frank W, employe McOleverty & 

Noblett, res 414 6th 
•' John, employe S P Co, res 891 Bay 
" John, laborer S P Co, res 1709 At- 
lantic 
■' John S, laborer, res 960 E 20th 
" Jos, laborer, res 1465 3d 
" Jos, laborer, res 236 Harlan 
" Jos, laborer, res 1708^ Pacific 
" Jos, laborer, res 1763 Atlantic 
" Jos, tallyman, res 1170 16th ave 
" Manuel, employe Eagle Box and 

Manufacturing Co, res 524 16th 
" Manuel, laborer, res 709 Chester 
" Mary M Miss, res 236 Harlan 



Freitas R, laborer, res 1455 3d 
Freitus Manuel, laborer, res 213 Hollis 
Freley Christian, gardener Mountain 

View Cemetery 
French Chas L (C L French & Son) and 
yari boss Judson Manufacturing Co, 
re« 1504 8th 
" C L & Son (Chas L and Fred M) ex- 
pressmen, NW cor 7th and Chester 
" Clarence T, clerk Jordan & McNelty, 
res Fruit vale ave nr Railroad ave. 
Fruit vale 
" Earl B (Economy Feed Box Co) res 

957 8th 
" Edson, res 711 18th 
" Frances Mrs, res 705 Brush 
" Fred M (C L French & Son) rea 1504 

8th 
" Geo J, fireman S P Co, res 862 Ches- 
ter 
" Harriet Mrs, nurse, res 1104 Market 
" Howard W, student, res 1475 10th 
ave 
FRENCH H R, manager L Dresco 4; 
Co, 1072 Broadway 
" Jane N Mrs, res 723 Linden 
" John A, clerk, S ¥, res 1475 10th ave 
" John D, mfrs' agt, S F, res 1475 lOch 

ave 
FRENCH JOHN L, postmaster Golden 
Gate and groceries, ME cor San 
Pablo and Klinkner aves, and dry 
goods and millinery, w s San Pablo 
ave opp Klinkner ave, res NE cor 
San Pablo and Klinkner aves 
FRENCH LAUNDRY, Mme E Coin 
proprietor, 1370 Broadway 

FRENCH LAUNDRY, Mme Cour- 

bayre proprietor, 1425 San Pablo 

ave 
" Lottie E Mrs, res 1024 Chester 
" Louisa Miss, dressmaker, res 723 

Linden 
French Lucinda Mrs, died Nov 27, 1891 
" Mary A Miss, res 957 8th 
" Mary E Miss, dressmaker, rea 723 

Linden 
" Mattie L Miss, rea 957 8th 
" Nellie K Mrs, principal Piedmont 

District School, res Alameda 
" Robt K, general foreman S PCo, rea 

358 E 17th 
" W F Mrs, res 1124 13th ave 
Freuds Louis, laborer, res Grant ave 
Frentresa Frederick, employe Electric 

Car Co, res Sutter nr Claremont 

ave, mail N Temescal 
Freras Johu, employe S P Co, rea 1858 

Short 
Frerichs Henry, laborer, res 469 2 Ist 
Frese Carl J, coal oil dealer, rea 512 

8th 
Freuler Mary Miaa, dressmaker, res 970 

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Frey Adolph J, book and job printer, 

468 9cm, res 24th av« bet E 27th and 

E 28th, Fruitvale 
" Emma Miss, res 1315 8tli 
" Gustavuo J, rooting contractor, 1371 

13th, res same 
" John, watchmaker and jeweler, 1768 

7th, r s 1315 8th 
" Jos, waiter St Mary's Colleg-', res 480 

HaNvtnoru ave 
" Meua Mis, res 24th ave nr E 27th, 

Fruitvale 
" Rosa Mrw, res 1509 Broa .way j 

" Virginia L Mrs, res 1415 10th j 

Friberg Chas J, mariner, res 914 2M 
" Herman S, mariner, res 914 22d 

FRICK ABEAHAM L, deputy dis 

tnct attorney, office Court House, 
res I6t0 .San Pablo ave 
" Alfri d 1, photographer, s s Vernal 

ave. Piedmont, res 371 10th 
" Edwaid T, engineer S P Co, res 1053 
9th a^e 1 

" Emile, engineer, S P Co. res 1053 9th 

ave 
FRICK GEORGE W, county super- 
intendent of schools, office Hall of 
Records, res 917 Clay ' 

FRICK G W MRS, deputy county 
superintendent of schools, res 917! 
Clay I 

" Harry E, student, res 1053 9th ave ! 
" Henry, blacksmith, SE corBroadwayi 
and McAdam, res same, mail N 
Temescal 
Frickstad Taral T, carpenter Woodcock 

& Hodge, res 1079 E 15th 
Friebel Alfred, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 1010 26th ave 
" Gottlieb, laborer, res 1010 26th ave 
Friedberg Elias, printer, res s s 44th nr 
Telegraph ave, mail N Temescal 
" Regina Mibs, res 1561 5th 
Friedman A, clerk. S F, res 533 18th 
" David, junk dealer, 360 4th, res same 
" Withold, mer cloak df-partment 

KAHN BROS, res 856 Isabella 
Friend VVm, driver, S F, res 605 23d ave 
Frink L, res 1220 Grove 
Frisbie Edward, res 1605 19th av^ 
" Eugene C, foreman foundry P P Pub 

Co, res 541 32d 
Frisby B Mrs, res 1326 22d ave 
Frise R Gray, architect, 452 8th, res 836 

Jackson 
Frits Frank, machine hand McManus & 

Gartner, res 953 Webster 
Fritsche Jos, shoemaker, 373 7th, res 

same 
Fritz Frederick, employe F W Spiars, 
res High nr San Leandro road, 
Fruitvale 
" — , phrenologist, res Hillside ave. 
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Fritzer Albin, engineer Con Y & V 

Wks, res 813 Union 
Fritzo Mathias, labor r, res 138 Hollis 
Fritzschen Herman B, coal and wood, 

1311 Peralta, res 1307 Peralta 
Frizing Nellie Miss, res 1008 9th ave 
Froberg Chas G, carriage trimmer E 

Bangle, res 11.4 13th ave 
Frohu Bernard H, laborer, res n s Union 

ave nr Green, mail Golden Gate 
Fromme August, steved' re, res 870 Goss 
Fronmuiler John P, gardener F M 

Smith, res same 
Frontier Peter, lap dary, S F, res 763 

Web ter 
Frost Andrew, ranch hand, res Fruitvale 

ave nr Old County road 
" Andrew N, carpenter, res .SE cor 

King ave and Prescott, Fruitvale, 

mail Fruitvale 
" Arthur A, employe R Hickmott 

Canning Co, res 1523 8th ave 
" Chas s, millwright, res 1523 8th ave 
" Clarinda Miss, res 528 9th 
" Francis W, adjuster Board of Trade, 

S F, res 528 9th 
" John, milk peddlpr, res n s Weston 

nr Opal, mail Oakland 
" J W, traveling salesman, res 1065 

Washington 
" Miner, foreman Oakland Lumber Co, 

res Alameda 
"PC Mrs, res 1223 Uth ave 
" Peter, teamster, res Prescott nr Red- 

woud road, mail Fruitvale 
" Wm E, carpenter S P Co, res 872 

Henry 
" Wm H, fuel agt S P Co, Alameda 

Point, res Lester ave 
" Wm I. teamster Gould & Williamson, 

res f 09 E Uth 
" Wm T, student Aydelotte's Business 

College, res 872 Henry 
Frotag Anton, laborer Judson Mfg Co 
Fruchdieger Emil, milker Talcott's Dairy, 

mail box 153, Oakland 
Fruening F E, tailor, res 813 Clay 
Fruitvale Hospital, Dr P W Poulson 

propr,Lynde nr Fruitvale ave, Fruit- 
vale, mail cor Lynde and Fruitvale 

ave 

FRUITVALE POST OFFICE, John 

M McArthur postmaster, Fruitvale 

ave nr railroad station 
Fruitvale Public School, Miss Alice J 

Swasey principal, cor Boston ave 

and School, Fruitvale 
Fruitvale Rose Co (Miss M B Pratt and 

Mrs B M Rodolph) florists, SW cor 

27th ave and Old County road, 

Fruitvale 

FRUITVALE STATION SALOON, 

Jordan & McNelty proprietors, 
Fruitvale ave nr railroad station 



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Fry Carl, bookbinder P P Pub Co, res Fuller Nellie Miss, res 1353 Castro 

145!) San Pablo ave FULLER, TAYLOR & FISH (H Ful- 

" Edwin C, asst agt S P Co, East Oak- ler, W M Taylor and T J Fish) 

laud Station, res 561 E nth agents Fireman's Fund Insurance 

" Emma Miss, res 513 IDth Co, 483 9th 

FRY FRED W (i>0(lge& Fry) attorney Fullmer Leander I), traveling salesman, 

at law, i)Ot) Broadway, rms 19 and res 909 Peralta 

20, res S3G •29th Fulton Carey M, division shop clerk S P 



" Henry P, carriage maker C C BufiFett, 

res 836 '29th 
" Thomas M, watchmaker, 1378 San 
Pablo ave, res 821 15th 
FRY WILLIS B, general agent Pacific 
Coast department Singer Manufac- 
turing Co, S F, res 51s Frederick 
Frye Jessp, carpenter, res 2032 Union 



Co, res 836 18th 

Edwiu G, bookbinder P P Pub Co, 
res 751 19th 

Hugh, compositor Trifncne 

Samuel C, carpenter J H Thomas, rea 
Alameda 

W H, engineer S P Co, res 932 Pop- 
lar 



Fryer Charles, with D F Fryer, res 1414 Furbish A J E, commercial traveler, S F, 

San Pablo ave res 1521 Franklin 

D Mrs, music teacher, res 27th ave nr " Lucy A Miss res 1521 Franklin 

Old County road, F>uitvale, mail " Ruth W Mrs, res 1521 Franklin 

same Furcate J ohn B, butcher, res n s Doyle 

D F, sole propr and mfr Fryer's ave nr 12th, mail Golden Gate 

Abietene Remedies, 1414 San Pablo Furgason C H, engineer electric light 

ave, res cor Watson and Brooklyn plant S P Co 

ave Furlong Edward, messenger, res 617 

John Mrs, res 818 16th | Magnolia 



John A, contractor ami builder, res 
27th ave nr Old County road, Fruit-' 
vale, mail same 
John R, student, res 818 16th 
Regi a Miss, student, res 27th ave nr| 
Old County road. Fruit vale 
Fuherg Alfred, seaman, res 1319 12th 



Gabriel Miss, printer, S F, res E 20th 

nr 22d ave 
John, laborer, res 617 Magnolia 
Mary, employe C C L Co 
N Mrs, res E 20th nr 22d ave 
William, butter maker Oakland 

Cream Depot, res 471 26th 



Fuchs Leo (Franz & Fuclis) res 809 E Furma Manuel, laborer S P Co 

14th i Furman Wm B, clerk, les NW cor Alca- 

" Philip, uood and coal, 1167 Center, traz ave and Essex, mail Golden 

res same j Gate 

Fugazi Carl F, porter Whittier, Fuller Fumance Henry, electrician Judson 

& Co, res 653 Myrtle Mfg Co, res 38 Helen 

Fugel Gussie Miss, res 589 Hobart " J, heater helper Judson Mfg Co 

" Hugo (A Wettsteiu & Co and C H Furniss Charles B, capitalist, res New- 



land House 
Fred M, student, res 1014 Castro 
Geo B, clerk supt's oflSce S P Co, res 

1014 Castro 
Sarah M Mrs, res 1014 Castro 



Kucks & Co) res 589 Hobart 
" Nils, gardener Mt V Ctm, res n s 

Mather nr Piedmont ave 
" Peter, employe Mt V Cem, res e s 

Walsworth ave nr Prospect 
/'uir^fr/^/om A' i>J/rs, died Feb 24. 18921 FURRY GEO H, clerk department 
" Joseph C, farmer, res 1742 Linden 1 Superior Court, res 580 Jones 

Fulkerson Daniel, candies, ns E 12th nrj Furst^gnes Miss, milliner L H Briggs, 

Lake Merritt, res same res 1011 Webster 

Fuller Amos L, real estate, S F, res 582| " Herman, clothing, 901 Broadway, res 

E 12th I 101 1 Webster 

" Asa S, druggist J A Andeison, res! Furtado Antone, employe Judson Mfg 

1458 Linden Co, res 251 Louisa 

" Chas A. carpenter, res 1164 E 14th ; Furtado Frank, died July 15, 1892 
" Chas H, employe Renton Coal Co, | " John, spinner Cal Jute Mills Co 

res 762 Alice 
FULLER HINDS (Fuller, Taylor & 
Fish) res 577 35th 



longshoreman, res 239 



John, painter, res 1319 Kirkham 
Julius C, gen agt, res 1109 E 21st 
Loda J Miss, student, res 842 30th 
Mabel Miss, res 1109 E 2l8t 
Margaret A Mrs, res 1353 Castro 



John A, 
Haven 

Manuel, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
•• Manuel, laborer S P Co 
I Furter Emma Miss, res 1045 Poplar 
I " Samuel, res 1045 Poplar 
! Fus Elizabeth Miss, domestic, 872 
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j Gable Mary Miss, (loiuestic. 1755 12tli 
I Gabriel Manuel, carder- (Jal .lute Mills 

1 Gacciarino Eitore, restaurant, .S F, res 

j G57 Myrtle 

j Gaffaey Amy, ilniiiestic Hotel Creliin, 

; res same 

' " John H. imnate Industrial Home for 

j Adult Blind 

" Vary Mrs, saloon, NE cor Park ave 
1 and Halleck, res same, mail Emery- 

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j " Thomas, potter Cal Pottery & T C 
I Co, res Sl8 Magnolia 

I Gagan G W, res ^08,5 15th 
I Gage Ada I Mrs, res 12;S2 Madison 
i '■ David, res 4ti0 Merriinic 
; " Edward C, student, res j60 Merrimac 
: " Gertrude M Miss, les 1232 Madison 

■' Grace Miss, r>,^s 1232 Madison 
I " Harold J. foreman Kenney, Wells & 
Co, res 1232 Madis-n 
" Henry, re-< 460 Merrimic 
" .Jeffer.si'u, conductor S P Co, res 1773 

Taylor 
" Steph-u T, director S P Co, S F, res 
1300 Harrison 
Gairnier i 'arrie Mrs, res 856 Webster 
Gaguon Joseph A, carpenter Ingler & 

Atki son, res 585 24th 
" Medard, teamster Remillard Brick Co, J 
res 677 5th { 

Gahagan Vincent J, blacksmith, SE cor 
Hallet ave and Bay, res Golden 
Gate Hotel, Stock Yards, mail 
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(ialindo Albert, clerk S Springer, len 
4G2 3d 
" Anna Miss, dres-smak* r, res 544 46th, 

mail N Teinescil 
" Antonio, laborer, res 462 3d 
" Augustine, res 544 46th, mail N 

Temescal 
" Bros (Clapton M and Jos 1>) wood 

and coal, hay and grain, 2859 Tele- 
graph ave, mail N Temescal 
" Charlotte Miss, res Telegraph ave nr 

Shasta, mail N Temescal 
" Clayton M (Galindo Bros) res 512 

45th, mail N Teniefcal 
" Cora Miss, res 544 46th, mail N 

Temescal 
" Felix, clerk, res 544 46th, mail N 

Temescal 
" F L & Co (F L Galindo and V Fer- 

nandes) paints and oils, 1252 San 

Pablo ave 
" Francisco Mrs, res Telegraph ave nr 

Shasta, mail N Temescal 
" Frink L (F L Galindo & Co) res 516 

45th 
" Hotel, Wright & Mallory proprs, SW 

cor 8th and Franklin 
" J s D (Galindo Bros) res 544 46th, 

mail N Temescal 
" Mamie Mi&s, milliner Mrs K Mott, 

res 544 46th 
" Samuel, teamster, res 544 46th, mail 

M Temesial 
" Sinciou S Mrs, res 462 3d 
" Theresa Miss r s Telegraph ave nr 

Shasta, mail N Temescal 
" Vincent, res Telegraph ave nr Shasta, 

mail N Temescal 



Gaillard Ch^r e^ J, commission broker, Gallagher Annie Miss, res NE cor Powell 



S F, r' s 307 E 20th 
Gaillet Edna Miss, student, res 1116 2d! 

ave 
Gaine« Bessi Miss, res Newland House 
" Jas, car cleaner S P Co, res 724 

Chest er 
" John, .ipp 'eutice machinist S P Co, 

res 724 Chester 
" Kitty Miss, res 724 ('hester. 
" Margaret Mrs, res 724 Chester 
" Thos, res 724 Chester 
Gairing Geo J, carpenter, res 1265 E 11th 
Gaither Thos E, conductor S P Co, res 

821 Magnolia 
Galavan J«s, plumber, 1512 7th, res 

1671 Sth 
Galbr.ith Alma I Miss, teacher Oakland 
High School, res 1218 San Pablo 
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Gale Christian, laborer, res NW cor 
Yerba Buena ave and HoUis, mail 
EmeryviUe 
Galeria Ralino, laborer, res 518 Kennedy 
Galewsky E clerk Industrial Home for 
Adult Blind, res same 



and Sth, mail Golden Gate 
Anthony, res 862 Franklin 
Bernard, teamster, res 427 Hawthorn 

ave 
Chas E, pmpr Oakland Omnibus and 

Transfer Co, NW cor 8th and 

Broadway, res 351 22d 
Edward, empl lye Pa.: I & N Wks, 

res 1099 3d 
EUen Miss, domestic, 10' 5 8th 
Eun ce Miss, teacher Peralta District 

School, res with J L Buckley, mail 

Lorin 
Jas. contractor cement sidewalks, res 

1099 3d 
Jas, jjlumber, res 1328 Myrtle 
Jas J. foreman G L & H Co, res 

1010 7th 
John, tailor Brown & McKiunon, res 

1015 Web ter 
■John S, driver Pierce Hardware Co, 

res 427 Hawthorn ave 
John, laborer, res 1716 Telegraph ave 
Mary Mrs, spinner Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 670 E 16th 



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Gallagher Mary J Miss, dressmaker, 124 
Louisa, res same 

" Michael, laborer, res 742 Liuden 

" Neil, groceries and liquors, 1722 
Telegraph ave, res same 

" Nellie Miss, dressmaker, res 1099 3d' 

" Patrick, res 742 Linden 

" Patrick, res 1328 Myrtle 

" Peter, gasfitter Burtchaell & Crow- 
ley, res 1 33(5 25th ave 

GALLAGHER ROSE A MISS, pro- 

prietor New York Milliuery Store, 
510 13th, res same 
" Stephen, expressman, NW cor 8th 

«nd Broadway, res 698 33d 
" Thod, nailtr Pac I & N Wke, res, 
1099 3d _; 

" Thos J, salesman J A Joyce, res 427 

Hawthorn ave 
" Timochy, clerk Neil Gallagher, res 

1722 Telegraph ave 
" Wm, woodturner Brooklyn Planing 

Mills Co, res 1214 16th ave 
Gallant David I, compositor Enquirer, 

res 124 Louisa 
" Mattie A Miss, res 124 Louisa 
" Peter, carpenter, S F, rei 124 Louisa 
Gallea OUie Miss, gen State agt Mme 
Kellogg's system of dress cutting,! 
Blake Block, rm 74, res same 
Gallen Jas, car cleaner S P Co, res S F 
Gallestero J, laborer, res 802 Clay 
Gallic Sophia A Miss, res 1507 Broadway 
Gallin Fred </, carpenter, res 1419 9th 
Gallivan Richard, butcher Jacob 

Scheithe, res 697 25th 
' ' see also Galavan and Galvin 
Gallmann & Gerhardy (Jacob F Gall- 
mann and Otto Gerhardy) carriage! 
and sian painters, 372 8th \ 

" Jacob F (Gallmann & Gerhardy) resj 
1479 12th ave ^ j 

Galloway Jas. lineman S Tel Tel Co, res| 
2241 Adeline 
" Jas D, ship joiner S P Co, res S F 
" Josephine M Mrs, dressmaker, 906 
Broadway, rms 67 and 68, res same, 
Galol Matthew, laborer, res Ruedy's 

Hotel 
Galvin Frank, mgr Jas Galvin, res 564 

Charter 
GALVIN JAMES, carriage works and 
salesroom, 511 and 513 14th, res 564 
Charter 
" Jas W, student, res 564 Charter 
" see also Galtvan and OalHvan 
Galway Wm, plumber, reb 39th nr Ade-| 

line, mail Emeryville 
Gamberino G, empl ye C C L Co, res 

same 
(ramble Chas, clerk Fred Von Glahn.i 

res 1070 E 19th 
" Harry, machinist, res 1070 E 19th 
" Jas, res Bouita ave. Piedmont 



Gamble John, res 1070 E 19th 
" Lottie Mi^s, res 1070 E 19th 
" Wm, clerk Hussey & Co, res 1070 E 

19th 
Gamp Camille, machinist, S F, res 1419 

15th 
Gandrop Hannah, domettic, 544 Hobart 
Ganley Edward B, laborer, res 705 6th, 

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Gannaw Daniel, res off College ave nr 

Clare mont ave, mail N Temescal 
Gannon Edward, fruit peddler, res 524 

16th 
" Mary Miss, dressmaking, res 689 

24th, res same 
" Rose Mrs, res 689 24th 
Gano Mary Mrs, res 1510 Broadway 
Gans Alphonso J, employe C C L Co, res 

1635 Magnolia 
" B D, driver Oakland French Laundry, 
res 690 29th 
Gansberg August, brass finiiher, S F, res 

912 Harrison 
" Henry, shoemaker F Senram & Co, 

res 912 Harrison 
" Henry Jr, cigar maker H Gloy, res 

912 Harrison 
Garabrant Chas, res 663 Alice 
Garaventa Angelo, laborer, res n s 
Powell nr 5th, mail Golden Gate 
" Lena Miss, res 1080 E 17th 
" Louis, fruit peddler, res 1080 E 17th 
Garber Bielle W Miss, res end Claremont 

ave, mail Lorin 
" John (Garber, Boalt & Bishop, S F) 

res end Clarem 'Ut ave, mail Lorin 
" Jos B, res end Claremont ave, mail 

Lorin 
" Juliet Miss, rea end Claremont ave, 

mail Lorin 
" Lida J Mirs. res end Claremont ave, 

mail Lorin 
" Sair.uel. peddler, res 207 2d 
Garbutt Elizabeth Mrs, res Old Ladies' 

Home 
Garcelon Catherine Mrs, died Dec 29, 1891 
Garcia Antonio, laborer, res 626 Henry 
" Frank, barber, res l".il2 15th ave 
" Frank, butcher, res 539 39th, mail 

N Temescal 
" Frank, salesman John Hanly, res San 

Leandro 
" John, laborer S P Co, res 422 B 
" Joseph, res 626 Henry 
" Manuel, laborer, res 626 Henry 
" Maria, tinisher Cal Jute Mills Co 
Gard Charbs A, with Stocker & Hol- 
land, res 1021 12th 
" Dena Miss, res 1021 12th 
" Emma M Miss, student, res 1021 12th 
" Herman N (Eureka P.. per Co) res 

1021 12th 
" Minnie Miss, res 1021 12th 
•• Nicholas A. res 1021 12th 



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Gardanowsky Albert E, painter, S F, res 

1607 13th ave 
Gardiner A L Mrs, res 528 Jones 
" & Anderson (J T Gardiner and Fred 
F Anderson) caniage and sign 
painters, JdOS Franlclin 
" Anwil 0, painter McGovern, Cahill, 

6 Co, res 1577 Broadway 

" Belle Miss, clerk E A Cook, res 941 

Pine 
Gar'liyitr Elizabeth Mrs, died J«n 2, 1892 

" Florence Mis-s, res 1376 19th ave 

" Frank, longshoreman, res St Louisj 
House 

" George H, clerk, S F, res 1376 19th j 
ave I 

" H C Miss, res 524 Jones 

" Henry, b icklayer V L Fortin 1 

" Hiram S, engineer S P Co, res 1314 
8th ' 

GARDINER JAMES T (Torrey. Whit- 
man & Gardiner) res 524 Jones 

" James T (Gardiner & Anderson) res 
319 nth 

" James T Jr, painter, res 319 11th 

" J B, res The Centennial 

" J C Mrs, Boarding Home for Chil- 
dren, 1424 Adeline, res same 

" John 8, painter, res 319 11th 

" Richard P M, painter A W Patfciani, 
res 1577 B'-oadway 

" Robt K, clerk, S F, res 1769 19th 
ave 

" Thomas M, clerk, S F, res 1376 19th 
ave 

" Violet Miss, candy maker E Lehn- 
hardt, res 941 Pine 

" William, candy maker, res 941 Pinej 

" William Jr, mfr confectionery, 1691; 

7 th, res 941 Pine 

" Wm M, student, res 524 Jones 
Gardner Alfrtda Miss, student, rts 463 

E 11th 
" C Miss, agt Lightning System dress 

cutting, 954 Broadway, res same 
" C Mrs, agt S T Tayhir System dress 

cutting, vi54 Broadw y. res same 

GARDNER MRS C & DAUGHTER, 

(C and C Gardner) dress cuttina 

and dress cutting systems, 954, 

Broadway 
" Geo P, shingler, res n a E 22d nr 25th 

ave, Fruitvals 
" J A, capitalist, res '^alindo Hotel 
" James E, res 1356i 10th 
" Lester J, clerk Uhl Bros, res 1424 

Adeline 
" Lorenzo D, porter P P C Co, res 761 

6th 
" Louis, contractor and builder, res 

1311 Market 
"ME Miss, milliner Lem Williams, 

res 577 3"th 
" Robert, res 463 E 11th 



Gardner Wm A, saloon, 1457 7th and 

839 Broadway, les 14.')7 7th 
" William J, insurance solicitor, S F, 

res 861 E 16th 
Garfield L Mrs, res 468 Edwards 
" School, Mrti Ellen Gibbs principal, 

E 17th and 23d ave 
Garibaldi G, employe Alameda Mac Go's 

quarry, res same 
" Giacomo, laborer, res 526 42d, mail 

N Temescal 
" G J, res 478 21st 
" J, employe Alameda Mac Go's quarry, 

res same 
Garin Etienne A, student, res 720 35th 
" Paul A, teacher of drawing Oakland 

Public .Schools, res 729 35 ih 
Garland C J, mine owner, rfs 1018 6th 

ave 
" Fred H, machinist Oakland Iron 

Wks, res cor Peralta ave and Palm, 

Fruitvale 
Garlick Etha Miss, res SW cor Oakland 

and Bayo Vista aves 
" Joshua P, principal Cole Scliool, res 

SW cor Oakland and Ba» o Vista 

aves, Linda Vista Terrace 
Garner George T, tinner Burtch;iell & 

Crowl^^y, res 7vO Harrison 
GARNER HENRY (Gamer & Son) 

res 720 Harr'son 
GARNER H WILLIAM (C'^rner & 

Son) res 720 Harrison 
" Ida Miss, muoic teacher, 720 Hdrri- 

8on, res same 
GAR-NER&SON (Henry and 11 Wil- 

liam) proprietors Narrou (; nge 

Market, b ef, mutton, prrk, veal, 

and sausages, 921 Webstei enr ittl , 

telephone 538 
" Susan B Mrs, res 1218 E 20th 
" Walter L, teamster Taylor \- Co. les 

564 40th, mail Oakland 
Garratt Josiah, janitor Blake <fc M(ffitt 

Builoing. res 906 Broadway 
Garrecht Louie L Miss, student, les S17 

Oak 
GARRETT JOHN R (Garrett & Tag 

gart) res J 565 Broadway 

GARRETT & TAGGART ( ' K Gar 

rett and E Taggart) proprii t"i8 Cen- 
tral Pharmacy, 1201 Bn.ad ay, 
junction San Pablo ave and 1+tli 
Garrick F C, rfs Merritt House 
Garrison E Francis, timekeeper Cal 

i Door Co, res 1517 8th 

I " Frances Mrs, res 813 20th 

j " Gns, lather, res 1066 24th ave 

J " William A, engineer S P Co, res lolT 

1 8th 

I Garrity John, laborer S P Co, res PuU- 

' man House 

i " John R, plumber, res 1926 San PabL 

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Garrity S Mrs, groceries, 1922 San Pablo! 

ave, res same 
*' Thomas, gardener Mrs A J Hayes, 

res Fruitvale ave nr Old County 

road, Fruitvale 

GARRITY THOMAS F (Rodgers& 

(iarrity) res 8U7 Isabella 
Garrow (ieorge, employe Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 38 Helen 
Garthcrne <ieo H, bookkeeper. S F, res 

10-28 Chester 
Garthwaite Henry, lumber merchant, S 

F, res w s Fairmount ave. Prospect 

He ghts 
I " Heury P, supt and sec Con P C Co, 

iV K or .'ith and Oaklaad ave, res 

")()() sycamore 

GARTdWAITE WILLIAM W, 

cas- it r The Oakland Bank of Sav- 
ings, NK cor Broadway and 12th, 
res Claiemont ave. Prospect Heights 
(xartland James, foreman carding room 
Cal Jute Mills Co, res 1014 3d ave 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 1278 4th ave 
Gtrtner Belle Mi>)p, teacher music, 1011 
Fillitrt, res same 
j " Fretl-rick W (McManus & Gartner) 

res MM I Filbert 
! " H len Miss, student, res 1911 Filbert' 
I Garto 1 Sarah Miss, res 2241 Adeline 
' " Walter J. employe S Tel Tel C.>, res 
•/241 Adt-line 
( Jarv.in Cornelius J, car clean< r S P Co, 
res 12jO Kirkham 
■ James C. foreman car cleaners 8 P 
Co. res 1610 Taylor 
G 'rv< 1' • I'aolo, laborer Mt V Cem, res 

nil 13th 
Garvey I'Mzabeth Miss, res 306 13th 
" 'i'liiin i8, laborer, res 802 VV^illow 
I iai VIII B C Mrs, res 161 1 13t.h ave 
' l"]lien Miss, <loinestic, 1974 Webster 

• .l..me< (Garvin & Co, S F) res 950 

Kiu>h 

• lohii J. res 829 Castro 
" Mi iMH a .M iss, res 1 6 1 1 13th ave 
' Wi liain T, res 1611 1.3th ave 

<r;is ill Bessie A Miss, res 573 15th 
" B-rtle A Mrs, res 573 15th i 

• De Witt C, capitalist, res 1395 Harri- 

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'ieu C, purser str Belqk, S F, res 573 
l.-)tli 

• H. ri.erfc D ((iaskill & Regan, S F) res 

!M;t."> Harrison 
M ii-ii-rit E Misp, res 57315th 
'■ N'ariiey W, deputy surveyor of cus- 
toms, S F, res 511 Hobart 

(iaskin Walter, saloon, 1791 7th, res 
17S2i 7th 

Ciasiier (ieorge, dairy, 45th nr Market, 
res same, mail Oaklaud 

Caspar Ciesar, mariner, S F, res 764 
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Gaspard Edward, laborer, res 829 E 12th 
Gasper Augustus, lumt^erman E M 

Derby & Co, res 916 E 16th 
Gaaa Jennie Mrs, died Jan 27, 1892 
(iast Fred, engineer S P Co, res West 

Berkeley 
(iaston Geo C, res nr terminus Cable Ry, 
Piedmont 
" Hilan B, expert accountant, 408 9th, 
res nr terminus Cable Ry, Piedmont 
" Sciuiyler M, res nr terminus Cable 
Ry, Piedmont 
Gatchett, .see Go'xhett 
Ciates Alvah (Gates & Peterson) res 584 

33d 
" Arthur L, salesman, S F, res 1778 7th 
" Carroll E, res 207 8th 
" Chas E. cigar maker, res 521 24th 
" D D, butcher M Y Stewart, res East 

Oakland Hotel 
" Edmund, blacksmith, SW cor High 
and E 14th, res Seminary ave nr 
San Leandro road, Fruitvale 
" & Peterson (Alvah Gates and A F 
Peteis n) proprs 13th Street Livery 
Stable, 411 13th 
Gathert C H, gardener, res Eureka Hotel 
Gatley 11 H V, clerk Hotel Albany, res 

same 
Gatter & Fox (Frederick Gatter and J S 

Fox) barber H, 907 Broadway 
" Frederick (Gatter & Fox) res SW cor 

26th and Grove 
" Michatl, shoemaker Jacob Reith, res 
SW cor 26th and Grove 
Gattic Jms A. brakeman S P Co, res 1667 

Atlantic 
(range Wm, gardener A K P Harmon, 

res 4o8 21st 
Gaukroges Margaret Mrs, res 1725 Mar- 
ket 
Gaul Margaret Mrs, res 807 Market 
Gaunce Edwin R, brakeman S P Co, res 

1014 Wood 
" F, employe Burnham-Standeford Co 
" Geo L, res 1014 Wood 
" Robert L, conductor S P Co, res 554 

E 11th 
Ganiice Sarah J/m, died Jan 18, 1892 
Gautliier John, tallyman, res 621 Chest- 
nut 
narazz(J O B, died Aug 20, 1891 
Gavello C, marble polisher Amador 

Marble Co, res same 
" M, employe Alameda Mac Co's 
(juarry, res sime 
Gavin Ella A, domestic, 1468 23d ave 
" John, laborer G L & H Co, res 660 

Magnolia 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 1416 ferove 
" Wm A, plumber, res .371 10th 
(iavit H T, artist, res 523 8th 
(iawley Mamie Miss, dressmaker Mrs R 
I Gawley, res 1009 Franklia 

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Gawley Rose Mrs, dressmaker, 1009 

Fraukliii, res ssine 
Gay Cora K Miss res 824 Myrtle 
" David, carpt liter, res 134 Hannah 
GAYR & CO (Hobert Gay and Rich- 
ard C I'otts) proprietors Palace Mar- 
ket, SE cor 7th and Myrtle 
GAY ROBERT (R Gay & Co) res 824 

Myrtle 
" Wm B, cl'in dealer, res water front, 

foot Cir.ive 
Gayetty Agnes M, res 690 27th 
" Jas M, miner, res 690 27th 
" John P. driver O B & F Ry Co, res 

6t)0 27ch 
" Jos \V, motorman C St Ry Co, res^ 
690 27th 
Gaylord Edward P, physician and sur- 
geon, 116 J Washington, rms 15 and 
10 
" Geo E, brakeman S P Co, res 1691 

8th 
" »ee niio Gaillard 
Gaynard Brid<jet Mrs, died Nov 29, 1891 1 
Gayon Mart-elinp, employe Pac I & N 

Wks, les '^'I'oS 5th 
Gazave Johi, died Feb S2, 1892 
Gazzolo Victor, fireman S P Co, res 1018 

Pine 
(rear Jos, bricklayer, res 1615 8th 
< ieary A, porter P P C Co, res 1153 

7th 
" Annie Miss, res 1220 9th !.ve 
■' Catherine Mrs, res 1220 9th ave 
Hen-y K, shoemaker, 2961 Telegraph 
ave, res Merced ave nr Humboldt, 
mail N Temescal 
'" Ji)hn. Sdwer contractor, res 1626 
Linden 

■ Luella Mrs, res 459 6th 

' Mary Mis , res 1407 13th 

■ Thos W, brass finisher Hersey & 

Chloupek, res 1623 14th 
" Wm J, carpenter, res, Merced nr 
Telegraph ave. mail N Temescal 
Wm P, ticket clerk S P Co, 16th St 
Station, res 1220 9th ave 
Gebhardt Annie, domestic, 700 Alice 
Geddes Alexander C, prrpr New York 
Bakerv, 417 9th, r.-8 578 9th 
" Pf'ter, clerk A C Geddf s res 578 9th 
Gee F, master mariner, res 1067 Center 
Geekie Jas R, fireman G L & H Co, 

res 43d nr Market 
Geer Jos C, bricklayer V L Fortin 
Gegg Geo, driver Henry Jund, res 47th 

and Grove, mail N Temescal 
Gehl Louis F W, cigar maker Adam 
Krtft, res NE cor Park and Glas- 
cock 
Gehlick Bertha Mis", clerk H C Capwell 

Co, res 1620 Myrtle 
Gehring Edward, special delivery mes- 
senger, post office, res 815 Franklin 



Gehrman Frank, fireman S P Co, res 984 

Wood 
Gehrdo Giovanni, employe C C L Co, 

res same 
GeUler David V, removed to San Luis 

Ojispo, Cal • 
Gelick Frank, employe J J Marcovich, 

res 831 Franklin 
Gellette Wcii D. civil engineer S P Co, 

res 12.' E 21st 
Gelwicks D W Mrs, artist, 504 13th, res 

1009 Madison 
Gemmell Steuart F, plumber, res 873 

Filbert 
" Wm, searcher Stocker & Holland, res 

873 Filbert 
Gennen Mary H Miss, music teacher, res 

1786 Taylor 
Gensoul Mary P Mrs, res 960 Peralta 
Gent John, carpenter Burnham-Stande- 

ford Co, res 1107 10th ave 
Center Bruno, employe Merrick's Bak- 
ery, res SW cor liOth and Grove 
Gentner Chas, milkman, res 1937 Mag- 

U' lia 
" Margaret Mrs, res 1937 Magnolia 
Gentoso Candido, laborer, res e s 5th nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Louis, gardener, res e s 5th nr Pow- 
ell, mail Golden Gate 
" Lou se Miss, res e s 5th nr Powell, 

mail Golden Gate 
Gentry John W, brakeman S P Co, res 

512 6th 
Genti'so Luigi, laborer, res Shell Mound 

Station, mail Oakland 
Georfje Alfred, died .Sept 19, 1891 
" Edwin L, expressman, res Crawford 

nr Golden Gate ave, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Emery E (E E George Shoe Co, S F) 

res 1267 24th ave 
" F J, fireman S P Co, res S F 
" Frank, laborer S P Co 
" Huldah J Mrs, res 1009 7th 
" John E, variety store, Fruitvale ave 

nr R R Station, res 1267 24th 

ave 
" Jos, shoemaker, 1789 7th, res 1621 

16th 
" Jos H, painter, res 1621 16th 
" Lillie F Miss, res 1267 24th ave 
" Lottie Miss, student, res Crawford 

ave nr Golden Gate ave, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Manuel, employe S P Co, res 705 

Campbell 
" Mary J Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 

1267 24th ave 
" .Saml. carpenter, res 410 10th 
" S J Mrs, res 1307 Market 
" Warren B, salesman, S F, res 1267 

24th ave 
" Wm H, carpenter, res 316 10th 



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Co, S F, tiE cor K 14th and Tevis,' 

Fruit vale ' 

Georgiani, see Giorgiani 

Gerald Marshal N, uifr patching cement, 

)22y Linden, res same 
Gerard, see Girard 
(icrber J F, conductor S P Co 
Gereau P, rougher Judson Manufactur- 
ing c.> 
Gerhardy Otto (Gallmann & Gerhardy) 

res 1502 23d ave 
Gerichten Cecelia Mrs, res 1005 5th 
" Edward, clerk H Turn Suden, rea 1277' 

13th ave 
" Nellie Mis-s, res 1005 5th 
" Theo F, clerk, 1005 5th 
" Harry, r»al estate, res Stanley ur 
Adeline, mail Lorin 
Geritchen Fred G, salesman, res 1262, 

8th 
" J E Mrs, r-8 1262 8th \ 

" Lulu Miss, res 126i 8th 
Gerken Jos, driver Washington Brewery 
Gerlich John, waiter A Zezak, res 7th nr 

Jetferson 
Germain Alfred, carpenter, res 704 Web-j 

ster 
German Evangelical Association, Rev Jnol 
E Luhr pastor, Schimmelpfennig's 
Hall, 7c4 E 12th 
" Evangelical Lutheran Church, Rev! 
J H Theiss pastor, SW cor 12th audj 
Myrtle i 

GERMAN INSURANCE CO (of Pitt, 1 

burg, Pa) Harmon & Feuton agents, 

95s Broadway ; 

" Methodist Episcopal Church, Revj 

August LemKau pastor, 17th bet 

Telegraph and San Pablo aves 
Germania Hall, Win Lueddeke mgr, 832 

and 836 Webster 
" Hall Association, Philip Conradi pres, j 

Albert Kayser sec, F Senram treas, 

meet J Ist Tuesday of each month at 

Germania Hall 
Gernrfeich Elizabeth Mrs, widow, resi 

1374 14th 
" Paul W, I lerk Harrison & Boyce, real 

1374 Uth 
Gerrish Alpheus S, employe P S L Co,| 

res 1921 Magnolia | 

" Elvira M Miss, res 1921 Magnolia 
" Florence Miss, res 1921 Magnolia i 
" Henry, driver H FGieschen, res 1921 

Magnolia 
" Irene M Miss, res 1921 Magnolia 
" James L, machinist S P Co, res 711 

20th 
" Sarah £ Miss, res 1921 Magnolia 
" Wm C, butcher J B Baxter, res 1921 

M agnolia 
" Wm J, paper hanger L N & J H 

Cobbledick, r s 711 20th 



Getchell Elmira Mrs, res 751 Market 
" Frances A MiSf , res 574 Sycamore 
" Gilbert H, lineman OEL&M Co, res 

30 ji 2d 
" L K Mrs, res 574 Sycamore 
" Ransome N, coal, coke, etc, office 
461 12th, whaif and yard foot of 
Broadway, res 753 (irove 
" Sumner VV, carpenter, rrs w s Tele- 
graph ave nr 45th, mail N Temescal 
" Win J, painter, res 751 Market 
* ' Wintield S, engineer S P Co, res San 

Jose, Cal 
Gethings (reo J, salesman Kast & Co, res 

S F 
Gethsemane Chapter Rose Croix No 5, 
A & A £j K, meets Mondays on call 
at the Masonic Temple 
Gettardo Ifido, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Gettings James, carpenter, res Telegraph 

ave nr Sutter, mail N Temescal 
Ghiggeri Pietro, cement worker, res 690 

Market 
Ghilenduchi Dominico, employe C C L 

Co, res same 
Ghiraraelh Anton, French Italian Bakery, 
7Ui Market, res same 
" Domingo, D Ghirardelli & Sous, S F, 

res 1151 Poplar 
" John, baker, res 701 Market 
" Jos (D Ghirardelli & Sons, S F) res 

1064 22d 
" Louis (D Ghirardelli & Sons, S F) res 

1056 Poplar 
" Michael, baker, res 701 Market 
" Victor, haker, 701 Market 
Ghirro G.useppi, laborer, res n s Powell 

nr 5th, mail Golden Gate 
Giacometti Lino, quarryman Pav Co, 

res with P Martino, Temescal 
" Mary Mrs, groceries and liquors, 
NVV cor Tele^mpti ave and 42d, res 
Same, mail N Temescal 
(iiacommetti Louis, employe Swiss-Ital- 
ian Paste Co, res 5ll 5th 
Giamboni Mj-rgaret Mrs, r. s 1714 Seward 
Giannini Domenico, (jnarryman Pav 
Co, res with P Martino, Temescal 
" G, quarryman U Pav Co, res with P 

Martino, Temescal 
" K, merchant tailor, 963 Washington, 
res S F 
Gibb Alexander A (Archambault&Gibb) 

res W Berkeley 
Gibbons Patrick, j^roceries and liquors, 

1473 7th, res haine 
Gibbs Archibald, ciipenter and builder, 

463 3d, res 308 2d, rear 
" Chas E, atty at law, res 680 3ith 
" Chaa F, engineer S P Co, res 1068 

Broadway 
" Ellen Mrs, principal Garfield School, 
res 680 34tii 



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Gibbs Geo D, clerk Wm T Gibbs, re8| 

515 E nth 
" Jos A, millwright, res 815 17th 
" Josiah S, rea 1721 Chase 
" Kalph E. studeut, res 680 34th 
" Saniuei H, engineer S P Co, res 1068 

Broadway 
" Samuel L, hardware, 2102 Peralta, 

res same 
" W C, adjuster of marine losses, S F, 

res 154 ;5d 
" Wm H, machinist Oakland Iron 

Works, res 2102 Peralta 
" Wm T, news stand, NW cor 10th and 

Broadway, res 515 E 11th 
" Wm T Jr, blacksmith J B Redding,! 

res 369 5th ; 

Gibliu Geo, propr High St Exchange,' 

High, Melrose, res same, mail Mel- 
rose 
" Geo Jr, clerk Geo Giblin, res High, 

Melrose, mail Melrose 
" Margaret Mrs, res Hotel Albany 
Gibson Ajidrew, cook E Oakland Hotel, ^ 

res bame 
" Annie Miss, res 2236 Adeline 
'• Anthony L, foreman Cal Bridge Co,' 

res 706 Webster 
" Clara N Miss, teacher Clawson School, 

res 1921 Market j 

" Edward, laborer, res Brooklyn Housej 

" E F, carpenter, res 489 Prospect ave 

" Elizabeth Miss, res 1363 16th I 

GIBSON £ M, attorney at law, 855 1 

broadway, rms 15, 16 and 17, resi 

1921 Market 
*' Everett L, clerk, res 489 Prospect ave 
" Geo, bridge carpenter, res 1454 16th 
" John, employe C C L Co 
" John, machinist, S F, res 568 E 20th 
" Jos, employe Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res s s 45th nr Telegraph ave, 

mail N Temescal i 

" Jos C, lunch counter, 1771 16th, res 

same 
" L, porter P P C Co, res 1161 7th 
" Mary Mrs, restaurant, 1161 7th, res 

same 
" Mattie Miss, studeat, res 1273 23d 

ave 
" Wallace J, propr Oakland Employ-' 

ment Office, 968 Washington, res 

same 
" Wm, expressman 16th St Depot, res 

1652 l4th 
" Wm, whitener, les 758 3d 
Gidley J Mrs, res 610 9th i 

Gieghr jer Arthur, res 537 18th ' 

" Georgian a Mrs, music teacher, real 

537 18th 
GIER THEODORE, wholesale and re- 
tail dealtr in wines, liquors, cigars 

and tobacco, 915 Washington, res 561 

16th, telephone No 563 



Gier Wm, cook Mrs J Crebbin, res SW 

cor 6th and Franklin 
Gierisch Mary Mrs, propr Brayton Block, 

furnished rooms, 363^ 12th, res 

same 
GIESCHEN HENRY F, proprietor 

Athenian Meat Market, 1375 Broad- 
way, res 1375^ Broadway 

" House (lodgings) Mrs Mary Hayes 
propr, 426 6th 

" Louis E, bookkeeper H F Gieschen, 

res cor 18th and Telegraph ave 
Giese Johanna Miss, res 1751 7th 

" Louis, saloon, 1751 7th, res same 
Giese OUo, died Oct 7, 1891 
GiflFord Alexander F, res 571 Kennedy 

" Arathusa G Miss, res 352 E 14th 

" Chas, stud-nt, res Butler ave nr 
Idaho, mail Golden Gate 

'• Edward L, clerk, S F, res 571 Ken- 
nedy 

" Frank H, confectionery, etc, 23d Ave 
Station, res 1162>^ E 14th 

" J A Mrs, res SW cor Telegraph ave 
nr 39th, mail N Temescal 

" L G, train baggageman S P Co 

*' Rufus W (R W Gifford & Co) res n s 
Butler ave nr Herzog, mail Golden 
Gate 

" R W & Co (Rufus W Gifford and 
Jas A Brown) real estate and insur- 
ance, w s San Pablo ave opp Klink- 
ner ave, mail Golden Gate 

'* Sadie L Miss, clerk F H Gifford, res 
1162>^ E 14th 

" S Douglas, mechanic, rcS Hyde nr 
Peralta ave, Fruitvale 

" S G, engineers P Co, res 1657 12th 

'• Whittier, carpenter, res Hyde nr 
Peralta ave, Fruitvale 

" Wm D, carpenter, res Hyde nr Pe- 
ralta ave. Fruitvale 

" W M, live stock dealer, res 560 Ho- 

bart 
Gil Hyacinth, contractor and builder, 

1365 16th, res same 
GILARDI LOUIS (Gilar.li & Schira) 
res 1387 12th 

" Mateo, res 1387 12th 
GILARDI & SCHIRA (Louis Gilardi 
and Edward J^chira) propriet rs Peo- 
ple's Saloon, 1417 14th 
GilardinA, teamster, res 812 E 14th 

" Annie Miss, res 81 1 E 14th 

" Connie, driver V Gilardin, res 1068 
E 14th 

" Eugene, carpenter, res 814 E 14th 

" Eugene Jr, clerk, res 812 E 14th 

" Jennie Miss, dressmaker, res 814 E 
14th 

" Jos, bookkeeper, res 10^8 E 14th 

" Jos, plumber, res 814 E 14th 

" Mary Miss, reeler Cal Cotton Mills 
Co, res 81-' E 14th 



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<iilardin Victor, meat market, 1121 llith 

ave, res lObS IC 14tli 
(;lil>ert A C, res 1263 I'ith ave 
•■ Adrian A, clerk, S F, res 1504 San 

Pablo ave 

■ Adrian .1, student S P Tate Jr, res 

lo04 San Pablo ave 
" Andrew J, architect, res 57(5 34th 

■ (Jhas W, vice pres Sterling Furniture 

Co, S F, res E 30th nr 21s', ave 
" Ella Miss, domestic C W Gilbert, E 
30tli nr 21 at ave [ 

• Ella M Miss, res 12G3 Webster 
" Frank H, lather, res 576 34th 
■' Hiram, sext'U Plymouth Ave Congre- 
gational Church, res 2221 Elm ave 
" .], lather, res 772 7th 

■ John, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind ' 

" John H, car inspector S P Co, res 

1725 William 
•' Kate Miss, schoolteacher, res 12G3 

Webster 
" Mary Mrs, fuinisiicd rooms. 1504 

San Pablo ave, res same 
■MR Mrs, res 1263 W-bster ] 

t;ilbert>on Jas C, student, res f94 

34 h 
" John, driver S F Laundry Associa- 
ti.n, res 5i»4 34th 
fJilcbrist(Teo, Hreman <) G L & H Co, 

res 1 1 1 5th 
! (iilcre<t Fnnk M, ins solicitor, S F, res 
I 1436 Linden 

' '■ Jolin, civil engineer, res 726 11th 

" I'din W, lireman S P Co 
! " Mary A Mrs, res 818 15th 
I <i'ilcrest W'rii M, removed to Cheyenne, 
I Wyoming 

I (;iles Clias. employe W J Dingee, res 
i 502 24tli 

" .lulin, foreman Merrick IJros, res 
! Alameda 

i Gilet Einiln, 1 ibf>rer Judson Manufactur- 
1 ing Co 

(iilham PVank M (Kompkey, (iilham 

& Sawyer, S F) res 11 2.' 8th 
(iill Aggie Miss, dressmak r, res 258 5th 
! " Anni • M'ss, employe C C L Co 
GILL EDWARD, nurseryman and 
Hoiist, nurseries 2Stli and Filbert, 
dtp t w s Washington bet Pith and 
I3tli, res '28th and Filbert 
" Kdward, 'lerk PA Lamping, res 9th 

avHurEllth 
" Edward J r, sal'sm.m K Gill, res 28th 

and Fil'iert 
" Essie Miss, res 258 5th 
'■ l']von. stair builder P L Noisat, res 
I S66 Campbell 

" Francis, res 258 5th 
] " Jas J, machine hand BuruhamStande- 
1 ford Co, res 258 oth 

' " John, lab<'rer. res 705 E 14th 

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Gill .Fohn, nurseryman E Gill, res 28th 

and Filbert 
" John, trackman S P Co, res 1449 5th 
" Mary Miss, res I44'.» 5th 

" sep aho (Ul 

GILL'S NURSERY DEPOT, E GiU 

pro[)rietor, w s Washington bet 12th 
and 13th 
Gil km Jefferson, grcceries, 1630 13th 
ave, res same 
" Koy, clerk J Gillam, res 1630 13th 

ave 
Gillm Frank, bookkeeper, res Lester 

House 
" Mary Mis<t, dressmaker, res 1630 

13th ave 
Gillariders Maggie Mrs, employe Cal 

Jute Mills, res 1014 3d ave 
" Robt, employe Cal Jute Mills, res 
1014 3d ave 
Gillbf rg Nels, carpenter, res 865 Henry 
(iillebastte B, .■ caler Judson Manufac- 
turing Co 
(rilleapic (tco W, wheelwright Berkeley, 

res 776 11th 
" Robt, tiremau O Cable R Co, res 

174!> Filbert 
" Simon H, carpenter, res 718 Filbert 
" .see (lUo (lillLipie 
Gillett Alli.^ E Miss, SW cor llth and 

I'Vilsoni, mail (iolden Gate 
GILLETT CHAS E, secretary Oakland 
Masonic Temple Association, office 
Masonic Temple, r- s same 
" Leroy M, barber, res SW cor llth 

and Folsom, mail •■olden (Jate 
" P E, cigar mfr, res e s 10th nr Pow- 
ell, mail Golden «iate 
" W J, switchman S P Co, res 1506 

7th 
Gillette Lizzie V Mrs, res 1218 Chestnut 
" see (iLso (lelk/tc 

Gillick Jas, laborer John C Ainsworth, 
res Berkeley 
" John, motor man () C St Ky Co, res 
688 27 th 
Gilligan Annie Miss, res 167 Ttli 
" Danl, pumf^er S P Co, res 765 Lydia 
" Edward F, ccdlector, S F, res 167 7th 
" Jas, gardener, res 167 7th 
" Jas, laborer, res 670 E llth 
" Jas I*\ brass finisher, res 167 7th 
" Jennie Mi s, res 167 7th 
" John J. news agt, res 670 E 1 Ith 
'• Mfrgo Mi'S, res 2157 Grove 
" Nellie Miss, res 167 7th 
" Thos, tinsmith I).,lziel & Moller, res 

167 7th 
Gillin M Mrs, artist, res 501 E 15th 
" Patrick, employe C C L Co, res 

s.nme 
Gillis DR Mrs, seamtress, res 320 6th 
Gillispie Wm E, engineer, res J)5!) 3d 
Gillson John, agt S P Co, Emeryville 

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Gilman Andrew E, carpenter, rea 466^ Gilstrap Lun»ford L, employe Ingler & 
l''»th Atkins'i), res 703 Campbi.ll 

*' Chaa, student, rea 462 Prospect ave '* Margjiret Mth, res 70.'i (vampbell 
" Chas H (C H Oilman & Co, S F) res Oinn Frederick B, book puh>luher, Boh 



170 at h 

" Edith Miss, clerk Ahrahamson Bros, 
res 1?51 7th 

" Edward M, carpenter, res l.'W3 
Broadway 

" Edward VV, druggist, res 1551 7th 

" Hattie S Miss, res 1318 7th 

" J, carpenter, S F. res 770 17th 

" Mary Mrs, res 170 lith 

" N K Mrs, furnished rooms, 466^ 13th, 
res same 

" K E Mrs, milliner KAHN BROS, 
res S F 

" Richard E, bookkeeper, res 1320 Tele- 
graph ave 

" S M, dentist, 1068 Broadway, nn 4, 

res 462 Prospect ave 
Gilmartin Annie Miss, domestic, 1271 
Jackson 

" Chas M, res 1381 13th 

" Thos K, fireman H P ( o, res 1381 13th 
Gilmore Annie Miss, res 8tJ3 22d 

" Edward, salesman Greenhood & Gil- 
more, res 863 22d 

" Ella Miss, dressmaker, res 863 22d 

" Ellen Mrs, res 863 22d 

" Fiorinda Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 

" Frank, fireman, res Oakland House 
John .M, cabinet maker, res 418 12th 



ton, res 670 l.'ith 
" Tieo C, clerk, res 965 Harrison 
" H;iy, bookkeeper Standard Oil Co, 

res 965 Harrison 
•'.11 Mrs, res 065 Harrison 
Gio Ij, laborer Mt V Cem 
Giorfii Antonio, waiter Martin & Co, res 

417 Ourant 
(iiorgiani Marie Miss, organist Ht Maiy'a 
Church, S F, res 763 20th 
" Nina Miss, res 763 20th 
" Tessie .Miss, res 763 20th 
Giovanni K, employe Alameda Mac Cos 

quarry, ren .same 
GIRARD F R & CO (F KGirard an.l 
J E Whitehead) Pacific Coast agents 
for Wheelock pianos, musical 
instruments and musical mercban- 
diH«!, I J 59 Broadway 
GIRARD FRANK R (F it Girard A 

Coj res 6'.»2 .'i4tih 
GIRARD HOTEL, A C Newman pro- 
prietor, 955| Washington 
" John P, propr Brunswick Billiard 

lors, 472 9th, res 27 1 8th 
" Peter F, res w n Shattuck ave bet 

47th and 48th, mail N Ternescal 
Girardin Einil L, bookkeeper Remillard 
Brick Co, res 659 Clay 



GILMORE JOHN S (Greenho«d & Girder Leroy, helper D OBrien & Co 
Gilrm re) res 544 William or 19th Girdwood K B, warehouseman Judson 

" Minor C, engineer 8 P Co, res 863 Manufacturing Co 

Center Giroux Antoice, teamster Remillard 

" Robt, h' rseshoer, 268 12th, res 1217 Brick Co, res 6.59 Clay 

Myrtle • " Moses, piano mover Kohler & Chase, 

" Thos, res 875 Washington res 1206 30th 

" Thos, employe .S P Co, res 670 E 16th Girvan Chas, res 875 Filbert 



Wm, news agt, res 863 22d 
Gilmour C Mrs, res 559 Caledonia ave 
" (ieo W, shoe cutter, S F, 

Valley 
" .Jessie Miss, student, res 559 Cale- 
donia ave 
GILPIN Z T, city treasurer and tax 
collector, office City Hall, res 1954 
Webster 



Chas H, clerk, res 875 Filk»ert 
Sarah L Mrn, res ^75 Filbert 
res 59 Oiman Wm, diwl Dec 9. 1891 

(iirvin Alexander, res 501 E 15th 
'• C Mrs, res £01 E 15th 
" Jas W (Oiikland Rubber Co and J W 
Girviu & Co, S F) res Claremont ave 
e of (JoUege ave 
Gittere Edward, butcher Jas Hall, res n 



Cass L, student, reg SE cor 13th and 
Jefferson | 

Jewett C, normal and special train- 
ing school and propr Hamilton Hall, 
res HE cor 1.3th and Je£ferson 

Ray, student, ret 8E cor 13th and 
Jefferson 



and Battista Catti) proprietors Asti 
Liouor Store, 1 120 Center 

GIUGNI CELESTIAL (Giugni & 

Calti) res ll20 Center 
" Frank, stone masfm, res 1.375 17th 
" Mary Miss, milliner, S F, re« 1120 

Center 



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Gilson Alexander, bridge carpenter, res s Bon Ton ave nr San Pablo ave, 

186*2 Gosa mail Golden Gate 

" Caroline Miss, employe Oakland " Florence, carpenter, res n s Hallet 

Sanitarium, res 831 i Willow ave nr Maple, mail Golden (;^ate 

" Carrie G Mrs, teacher piano, organ Giudice August C, V>utcher W Long, rea 

and harmony, SE cor 1.3th and 1729 7th 

Jeflferson, res same GIUGNI & CATTI (Celestial Giugni 



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Giush Henry, employe C C L Co, rea 

1413 15th 
Giusti Al (Solary & Co) res S F 
Giren Isaac L, res 1153 Alice 
Givens Elisha, res 1170 E iOth 
" Joha M, painter, 1170 E 20th, res 
same 
Gladding Chas B H, conductor O C St 

Ry Co, res 1954 Grove 
" Lawton A, oiler Con P C Co, res 1690 

Broadway 
" Wm, sexton St Paul's Church, res 
rear of church 
(iladstone Nettie Miss, bookkeeper A F 

Merriiiian & Son, res 566 11th 
" Samuel A, res 566 Uth 
Glasc ck Jessie Miss, student, res 829 

Jackson 
GLASCOCK JOHN R, attorney at law, 
969 Broad >vay, rms 52-55, res 829 
Jackson 
Glaser Emily Miss, dressmaker, res 912 

Clay 
Glasheen Edmond, laborer, res 839 Web- 
ster 
Glasier Herbert P, bookkeeper Oakland 

Cream Depot, res 1912 Broadway 
Glass Hamilton, conductor S P Co, res 
1418 8th 
" K K Mrs, res 505 E 11th 
Glasscock A B, dining car conductor S 

P Co 
" Geo, contractor and builder, 715 6th, 

T'-s same 
" Geo Jr, carpenter G Glasscock, res 

715 6th 
" Leonard, carpenter G Glasscock, res 

7J5 6th 
Glavin Anton, laborer Washington 

Brewery, res 1 167 5th 
" Patrick, sewer contractor, res 126 

4th 
Glaze A J, butcher J W Glaze, res 1071 
r2th ave 
" John W, meat market, 617 E 12th, 

res same 
" MUlard D, res 617 E 12th 
Glsason Douglas E, warehouseman S P 
Co, sixteenth Street Station, res 
1428>^ 10th 
■' Henry P, res 1664 Broadway 
" Jas, apprentice calker, res 1526 Mar- 
ket 
" Mabel Miss, stenographer, res 1428^ 

10th 
" Mattie Mrs, res 359 11th 
" Michael J, ship calker, res 1526 Mar- 
ket 
" Patrick, blacksmith, rea Gieschen 

House 
" R Mrs, widow, res 142Si 10th 
" Ronald P, teacher manual training 
public school*, res 2441 Piedmont 
ave 



Gleeson John, switchman S P Co, res 

1823 Goss 
" Mary Miss, domestic, 1304 Franklin 
" May T Miss, student, res 307 E 20th 
" William Rev, pastor St Anthony's 

Church, res 1267 16th ave 
Glen Echo Tract, located on Piedmont 

ave n of Moss ave 
Glendenning James E, wood, coal, hay 

and grain, San Pablo ave nr Golden 

Gate Stati'iu, res Park bet Sutter 

aud Menlo, mail Golden Gate 
Glenn Estella Miss, compositt-r P P Pub 

Co, res 719 11th 
" Esther M Miss, res 953 Castro 
" Frank VV, res 719 Ilth 
" James T, capitalist, 457 9th, res 953 

Castro 
" JohnQ, with Columbus Buggy Co, S 

F, res 27th ave nr E 16th, Fruitvale, 

mail same 
" Laura Mrs, res \113 7th 
" Laura F Miss, res 953 Castro 
" William C, salesman, S F, res 1271 

23d ave 
OLENN WM N. editor Our LiUle 

Friend, P P Pub Co, res 719 11th 
Glennon J, carpenter, res 1364 Campbell 
" John Wm, carpenter, rea 1364 Camp- 
bell 
" Kate Miss, domestic, 1012 12th 
" Maggie T Mi<s, dressmaker, res 1364 

Campbell 
*' Nellie tu Miss, bookkeeper, res 1364 

Campbell 

GLEXS FALLS INSURANCE CO 

(of Glens Falls, N Y) Harmon & 

Fentou agents, 958 Broadwaj' 
Glidden Albert M, carpenter, rea 2044 

Union 
" Georgie Miss, dressmaker, res 2044 

Union 
Gliebe George, cupola tender Oakland 

Iron Wks, res 1326 E Ilth 
Gliesner John F, carpenter, res 1629 At- 

lantii- 
Glines B A Mrs, res 664 18th 
Glinfs Byron A, died June 8, 1892 
" Fred D, real estate, res 997 Center 
GLINES HERBERT A, druggist, 

NW cor 7th aud Center, res 997 

Center 
Gliroecedi John, cook J Slavich, res S P 

GLOBE TEA AND GROCERY CO 

(K E Hanson, John G Flodberg and 
Olof Tillman) dealers in groceries 
and provisions, 1100 23d ave nr sta- 
tion 
Glovei Andrew 0, conductor P P C Co, 
res 1409 Market 
" Clara E Miss, res 1250 Franklin 
" Emma C Miss, res 202 E 15th 
" Henderson I, res 1236 Bray are, 
Fruitvale, mail station B, E Oakland 



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Glover James F, watchman, res 202 E 

15th 
" Jumes F Jr, driver C C L Co, rea 

202 E 1 5th 
" James R, surveyor, vS F, res 1250 

PVaiiklin 
" Lena Miss, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, ies202 E 15th 
" Louise B Miss, res 202 E 15th 
" May N Miss, res 202 E 15th 
" Robert, oricklayer V L Fortin, res 

1409 Market 
" Robeit U, cashier Wells, Fargo & Co, 

Tr-a 1409 Market 
Gloy Henry, cigar mfr, 1257 Broadway, 

res 739 M^le 
Glanz Anna Miss, res 932 Magnolia 
" Christian, shoemaker, 1206 Market, 

res 932 Magnolia 
" Joseph H, student, res 932 Magnolia 
" William A, expressman, res 1081 8th 
Glyu Richard, employe Cal Door Co, res 

Jill Willow 
Glyn-Young Jane Mrs, teacher French, 

res nil WiUow 
Gobeil Joseph, boltmaker Jadaon Mfg 

Co, res Berkeley, mail Berkeley 
Godbier William, marine engineer, res 

?54 5th 
Godby William, first asst engineer E 

L & M Co, res NW cor 5th and Alice 
Goddard 'Jlark L, dentist, S F, rea 1326 

Chestnut 
" C R Mrs, res 320 6th 
" E A, card writer, 871 Broadway, res 

613 15th 
" William H, clerk, S F, res w s San 

Pablo ave nr Doyle ave, mail Golden 

Gate 
Godegast G J Henry, cigar maker Adain 

Kraft, res 1362 15th 
Godfrey Alice E Mrs, widow, res 961 

Market 
" Dennis, driver Geo Goeppert & Co, res 

Alameda 
Godfrey Geo, died Dec 27, 1891 
" Joseph W, janitor, res 217 2d 
Godin Peter, teamster V L Fortin, res 

515 4th 
Goebel F, ironworker Judson Mfg Co 
Goen Brett, bridge carpenter S P Co, res 

1806 7th 
Goeppert George, removed to Woodland, 

Cal 
Goerke Francis Mrs, furnished rooms, 

1577 San Pablo ave, res same 
Goeas Elsa Miss, nurse, 1375 Madison 
Goetz Henry J R, removed to Brandon, 

Or 
Goewtsche K Miss, domestic, 1007 Oak 
Goff Harvey Y, draughtsman, S F, res 

518 8th 
" Henry F, marine engineer, res 278 E 

10th 



GoflF J Mrs, res 518 8th 
" Jennie L Mrs, res 514 E 12th 
" Lucius M, engineer S P Co, res 1453 

Filbert 
" xee alj<o Gough 
Gohrman Catharine Mrs, res 991 Willow 
" John C, res 991 Willow 
Gohsen Charlts N, res 1267 12th ave 
Goldaracena Albert, clerk S P Co, res 

1061 Peralta 
" Cornelia Mrs, res 1061 Peralta 
" R, engineer S P Co, res 1061 Peralta 
Goldberg Benjamin, salesman Went- 

wort B & 8 Co. res 1013 14th 
'• David, studeni, res 1013 14th 
" Etta L Miss, student, res 1013 14th 
" Morris, res 966 E 27th 
" Simon, tailor J Harris, res 1013 14th 
Golden Alois, shoemaker, 2955 Telegraph 

ave, res same, mail N Temescal 
" Dow C, tinner, res 1375i Broadway 
" Eagle Lodging House, Mrs Lu- 

cretia William^ propr, 1311 San 

Pablo ave 
•' Ellen Mrs, res 620 17th 
" Gate Baptist Church, Rev B F 

Hudelsou pastor, cor Central ave 

and Park, Golden Gate 
" Gate Congregational Church, Rev 

James B Eddie pastor, Adeline nr 

34th 

GOLDEN GATE FAIR ASSOCIA- 
TION, W M Kent president, J I 
Dimond secretary, office 306 Market, 
S F 

" Gate Hotel, Jocob Lentz propr, 

8E cor Powell and 12th 
" Gate Hotel, J H Rouike propr, NW 
cor Dalton ave and Bay, Stock 
Yards 

" Gate Lodge No 3, National Assn of 
Stationary Engineers, meets first 
and third Saturday evenings, Fidel- 
ity Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 

" Gate Lodge No 56, Switchman's 
Mutual Aid Assn of N A, meets first 
and last Sunday evenings, Frater- 
nity Hall, NE cor Peralta and 7th 

" Gate M E Church, Rev J B Chy 
noweth paitor,Park and Buena Vista 
ave, Golden Gate 

GOLDEN GATE POST OFFICE, 

John L French postmaster, Klink- 

ner and San Pablo aves 
" Gate Presbyterian Church, Rev H B 

McBride pastor, SW cor Parsons 

and Park, Golden Gate 
" John, res 662 JefiFeraon 
" Lucy J Mrs, res 1375} Broadway 
" Mark A, painter 8 P Co, res 1670 

William 
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GOLDEN RULE MARKET, first 

class meats of every descripti >n, C 
A McLaughlin projjrietor, NE cor 
Washington and I3th 
" vState Lodfic No 205S, K of H, meets 
second and fourth Tuesday evenings 
at Odd Fellows' Hall 
" Thomas J, luml^er surveyor, S F, res 

SIS Lewis 
" West Hall, 2121 Peralta 
Goldsborough W L. barber J Washing- 
ton, res 1526 Broadway 
Goldsmith Paul, Oakland correspondent 
S F Examiner, office 91S Broadway,; 
res 533 21st ' 

GOLDSON MALINDA MRS, physi- 

cian and surgeon. 116y Broadway, 
rms 11 and 12, hours 1 to 5 p m, 
aud proprietor Lake Side Sanita- 
rium, 1020 Oak, hours 8 to 12, res 
same 
" Wm H Jr. student Geo E De Golia, 
res 1020 Oak 
Goldspring John, teamster, res 45th nr 
Adeline, mail Oakland 

GOLDSTEIN JOSEPH, pr prietor 
Brooklyn House, 8E cor 22d ave 
and E 12th, res same 
" Mt rris, peddler, res 113 3d 
Goldstone Richard L. porter P P C Co, 

res 1712 Market 
Goldsworthy Jane Miss, res 1316 8th 
Goley Nellie Mrs, res 830 15th 
GoUobMatt, emploje W M Watson & 

Co, res Ruedy's Hotel 
Golly Leon, mgr Standard Soap Co, S F, 

res 1102 Myrtle 
Gomas Manuel, gas engineer Jadsonj 
Manufacturing Co \ 

" Manuel, laborrr Judson Manufactur-' 

ing Co, res 39 Helen 
Gomes John, salesman, res 1001 Web- 
ster 
Gomez Anton, employe Gal Jute Mills 

Co 
" Antonio, laborer S P Co, res 707 

Henry 
" Antonio, laborer, res 709 Chester 
" Frank, laborer 8 P Co, res 1552 3d 
" Frank, milker A Innes, res Har- 
rison ave bet Alameda and Melrose, 
mail Alameda 
" John, porter sir Piedmont, res 652 

Myrtle 
Gomez Julia Mrti, died Jnly 19, 1892 
" Marian, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
Gomory Victor, confectioner Mrs J 
Fischer, res Oriental House [ 

Gompert Jennie Miss, domestic Sander 

House 
Gonzales Annie Miss, res 686 27th 
" Ellen Mrs, res 5_'7 7th 
" Frank, janit r, res 686 27th 



Gonzales Jos, porter str Pi€dmont,TeB 6S6 

27th 
" Julian, longshoreman, res Overland 

House 
" Manuel, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 
" Martin, master mariner, S F, res 

1718 Lincoln 
" M E, tinner S P Co, res S F 
Gooch John H, music teacher, 1775 Goss, 

res same 
" L M G Miss, res 1775 Goss 
Good Adam, machinist, res 1270 E 16th, 
Fruitvale 
" Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 527 8th 
" Antoine, iamate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
' ' Ella Miss, student, res 527 8th 
" Harry, res 1270 E 16th, Fruitvale 
" John, carpenter, res 722 Linden 
'• John Mrs, dressmaker, 722 Linden, 

res same 
" John G, painter, res 1058 24th 
" Mattie Miss, student High School, 

res 722 Linden 
" Michael, laborer, res 527 8th 
" Thos, poultry dealer, 1713 Broadway, 
res same 
Goodale John R, physician and surgeon, 

res 949 Union 
Goodall Arthur, student, res 1317 Jack- 
son 
" Chas M, master mariner, S F, res 150 

Lake 
" Edvirin (Goodall, Perkins & Co, S F) 

res 1317 Jackson 
" Ella Miss, student, res 1317 Jackson 
Goodburn Wtn G, foreman Towle & 

Broadwell, res 845 Harrison 
Goode J A. machinist S P Co 
" Pearl Miss, res 200 8ta 
" Wm C, commercial traveler, res 200 

Sth 
GOODELL J M, druggist, SW cor 

Telegraph ave and 24th, res same 
Goodenough Leona E Miss, res 1533 
Franklin 
" Simon Rev, pastor First Universalist 
Church, res 1533 Franklin 
Goodfellow Bessie Miss, directory and 
postage due clerk post office, res 
1353 Webster 
" Kittie Miss, res 135H Webster 
" M J Mrs, res 1353 Webster 
" T G, employe electric light plant S 

P Co 
" Wm S, atty at law, S F, res 1363 6th 

ave 
Goodhue Carrie Miss, res 9 '4 Sth 
" Lillie G Miss, res 914 Sth 
•' Myra Mrs, res 914 Sth 
Goodin John D, blacksmith, res 830 30th 
Goodman Abraham L, salesman John 
Hanly, res 1462 Lind»n 



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Goodman Chas S, merchant, S F, res 522 

E 11th 
" T J Mrs, res 697 26th 
GOODMAN GEORGE, artiticial stone 

pavement contractor, S F, res 572 

William (19th) 
" (reo, laborer, res 837/^ Brush 
" Harris, groceries, 1462 Linden, res 

same 
" Hilda Miss, dressmaker Mrs L 

Moffett, res 1462 Linden 
" John, driver C A Hunt, res 514 14th 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 658 5th 
" Saml, printer W H Chard, res 1462 

Linden 
" Selma Miss, res 1462 Linden 
Goodmundsun E Mrs, res 503 E 24th 
" Ella B Miss, stenographer, S F, res 

503 E 24th 
Goodrich Addison, engineer, res 1178 

Old County road (E 16th) 
" E S Mrs, res 1513 Telegraph ave 
Goodsell Dora R Miss, res 964 6th ave , 
" Jacob, engineer, res 964 6th ave i 

Goodspeed Pembroke S, car inspector Si 

P Co, res 1777 William I 

Goodwill Kindergarten, Miss Winnie 

M McFailand principal, 701 Brush 
Goodwin Emma Miss, saleslady Taft & 

Pen n oyer, res 993 Wood 
GOODWIN FRANK J, with Pierce 

& Co, S F, res 1065 Washington, 

rm 48 
" Frank J, fireman S P Co, res 993 

Wood 
" Fred P>, driver Wells, Fargo & Co, 

res 522 35th 
" Henry L, paper hanger E G Buswell 

& Co, res 485 24th 
" L E, brakeman S P Co, res 954 Cen- 
ter 
" Lillie Miss, res 1109 Campbell 
" Louisa Miss, furuished rooms, 562 

11th, res same 
" Robt H, civil engineer, res 561 25th 
" Thos A, miuing supt, res 993 Wood 
" Thomas Melvin, res 993 Wood 
" Wm B, special police officer, res 522 

35th 
" Wm D, clerk W P Wheeler, res 522 

35th 
" Wm L, builder and contractor, res 

1 109 Campbell 
" Wm L, carpenter F C Bignami, res 

1109 Campbell 
Goodyear Everett F, teacher Latin, 

Greek and German, Hopkins Acad- 
emy, res same 
Goold Frances J Miss, res 940 Chestnut 
" Geo F, teamster, res 1422 15th 
" Harry, gardener Mrs M E Wright, 

10i3 7thave 
Ooold Sarah Mrs, died June 5, 1592 
' ' see aUo Gould 



Gooley John, blacksmith Con P C Co, 

res 1 4th and Peralta 
Gopel Henry, laborer Judson Manufac- 
turing Co 
Gordon Alexander P, gripman Cable 
R Co, res 2036 Linden 
" Frank, apprentice machinist Judson 

Mnnufactuiing Co 
" Geo F, atty at law, S F, res 43 But- 
ler ave, mail Golden Gate 
GORDON HARRY F, man-ger Ala 
nieda County branch Home Mutual 
Fire and Marine Insurance Co, 900 
Broadway, res 1265 Harrison 
" Jacob, picture frames, 1376 San 

Pablo ave, res same 
" Jas, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Jas, laborer G L & H Co, res 1735 

Adeline 
" Jas E, millwright, re? 712 Filbert 
" J F, machinist, res 712 Filbert 
" John, hostler Oscar Mansfeldt, res e 
8 Watts nr Park ave, mail Emery- 
ville 
" John C F, clerk, S F, res 1012 7th 

ave 
" John H, carpenter, res 1919 Magnolia 
" Jos L, tallow mfr. Bay nr Dalton ave, 
Stock Yards, res same, mail Oak- 
land 
" Mabel A Miss, student, res 1111 E 

21st 
" M E Mrs, instructor Wheeler & 

Wilson Mfg Co, res 712 Filbert 
" V\ m E, bartender, r^s 861 Chester 
" Wm P, student, res 1111 E 21st 
" Wm Y, f aimer Yolo Co, res 1111 E 

21st 
Gore Cyrus A, contractor and builder, S 

F, res 1010 24th 
Gorge Maria Mrs, res 812 Henry, rear 
Gorham Edgar, candy maker E Lehn- 
hardt, res 810 Webster 
" Helen Mrs, professional nurse, res 

676 Sycamore 
Gorham Thos J, died Sept 5, 1891 
Gorman John C, paiater W H Sieden- 

topf, res 815 Center 
" Maggie Miss, dressmaker Mrs C A 

Leighton, res San Leandro 
" Nellie F Miss, compositor P P Pub 

Co, res 680 10th 
" Thos, boiler maker, res 759 Market 
" see also Gohrman and ff Gorman 
Gormley Michael, laborer, res 305 2d 
Gomer A S Mrs, res 811 Isabella 
" N C H, painter, res 811 Isa-bella 
Gorrill A Mrs, res The Centennial 
" Addie Miss, student, res The Cen- 
tennial 
" Anton, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
" Carrie Miss, student, res The Centen- 
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" Minnie R Miss, res 770 Uth 
" Nelson C, car cleaner 8 P Co, rea 

«t53 Wood 
" S H Mrs, res 1017 Castro 
" Susan Mrs, res 1G15 7th 
" Willard E, machinist, S F, res 524 E 

loth 
" Wm H, teamster Gould & William- 
son, res 826 Fallon 
" & Williamson (Henry Gould and 
William Williamson) proprs En- 
cinal Flouring Mills, 751 and 753 
Washington 
" see alao Goold 

Goulding John, res 662 Jefferson 
Goulet Jos, laborer, res 665 E 17th 
Gourlay Harry W, druggist, res 178 6th 
" Nettie Mrs, res 178 6th 
Gove Albion B Capt, res 2439 Piedmont 
ave 
" Chas A, grain inspector, S F, res 

1523 9th 
" Edward V, clerk 8 P Co, S F, res 

1014 Chestnut 
" Evelyn Miss, stenographer, S F, res 

1014 Chestnut 
" Frank L, clerk, S F, res 1213 Chest- 
nut 
1 " Jeremiah D, grain cleaner, S F, res 
940 Chestnuc 
" John H, mechanic, S F, res 1014 

Chestnut 
Gowdy John M, carpenter, res 588 25th 
Gowen Sarah Mrs. bakery, 1116 Center, 

; Gou^x Henry J, res 1625 Union j G^^.l^g FhJra M Miss, res 1513 12th ave \ 

" Ihos, temperance dnnk*. 1701 Ade | y. g ^ ^^^ g ^^^^^ 

Ime, res same ^^^'^ 1.^^^/^.^^ 

GoSZSrSfF (Gould Bros) res 1258 " Oscar, sidewalk inspector, res 1513 

..A^'cMrres 1074 E 15th Grabe; Tho's F, atty at law, 854>^ 

..i^sjlFand Jesse) draymen, 751 B.a^^^^^^^^^^^ 

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" ■="'?.?, Uh'''"''" "■ "■ iGrabf 'August, butche,-, res SW cor 

.. iS^a^rr-": Tur " s 'S t'tk r.... Bake^eU "rector. C.ledo.,,. av, nr 
f' H. ra.cher, re. 1653 ™e- J;>«8:»g; ;-,„^^ ,,, ,„ E 

pSlrCeogiucor,., F, res ^ ll ^D C.'J^i 7«S "^ 

j::,d*"r'B"ui;g Bros, re. 1473 ■■JalsoOVr.iy 

8th 
Henry (G»uld& Williamson) res 1666 

Lincoln ^ ,-. r». i i^ 

Hiram, mailing clerk P P Pub Co, 

res 70S 1 1th 
Jas Jr (John Lee & Co, S F) res 524 

E 15th 



Richard W, pres Pacihc Bridge Co, 
S F. res 1231 Myrtle ^ 
(lorton S E Mrs, res 378 E 17th 
Gospel Hall, meetings daily, evenings 
and Sunday, 475 6th 
" Temperance Reading Room and Free 
Labor Bureau, N J Young sec and 
curator, 481 7th 
" Temperance Union, Rev Frank Dixon 
pres. N J Young sec, headquarters 
and reading room 481 7th 
Goss Henry Mrs, res 731 Montgomery 
1 " J, ship carpenter S P Co 
I " Mina Mrs, res 731 Montgomery 
I " J, clerk Geo C Jones, Oakland 
I Pier, res same 

I Gotchett Leonidas, carpenter J M Shay, 
' res I 115 Poplar 

Goth Thos R, architect and builder, 921 

Broadway, rni 34, res same 
i " Thos R Mrs, propr Wilcox Block 
(furnished rooms) 921 Broadway.res 
same 
Gothic Gertie Mrs, dressmaker, res 992 
Willow ^^^.„ 

" John \V, machinist, res 992 Willow, 
■ Gotte Fred, porter, S F. res 958 New 
I '• Henry, porter, S F. res 958 New 
! Gottsche John, tallyman Humboldt 
1 Lumber C-o, res 621 Chestnut 

'i Gottshall Louis (Scotchler ct Gottshall) 
t of Berkeley, office 906 Broadway, 

5 rms 51 and 52, res Berkeley 

[j; Gotzian Josephine Mrs, res 702 11th 
Goubert John, res 514 6th 



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ford Co, res Bray ave nr County 
road, Fruitvale 

Graff Catherine E Mrs, res 1067 32d 
" Chas J, machinist Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res 1067 32d, mail Oak- 
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^^ Herman, emi.l,)>e C C L Co, res same McAHam 

Josephine Miss, domestic, ]303 6th (irainger Wm, res 1853 Union 



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ave 
Mary Miss, clerk W B Standeford, 
re8 1067 32d 
" Napoleou, mming engineer, S F. res 
1530 12th ave 
Wil' on L, foreman P I Co, res 1570 
Ttlegraph ave 
" see also Oraif and Groff ' G 

Graffelman Block, N\V cor 7th and 

Campbell 
Gragor Wm H, teamster, res e s 3d ave G 

nr .Summer, mail N Temescal 
Graham Adelaide Miss, res 1416 9th 



11-7 M V ^P''^^*'" * Joseph) res Grand Bazaar, Chas A 



Stuart Bros, res 



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1157 Market 
Andrew, tanner 
'0.3E loth 
■' Andrew 8, res 582 E 12th 

Anpus, tanner Stuart Bros, res 
E 16ch 
• A .S Mrs, res 582 E 12th 
'rraham Catherine M Mrs, died June 30, 

" D, brakeman S P Co^ res 1772 7th 
D, switchman S 
Oakland House 
GRAHAM EDWARD J (People's Ex 
press and Transfer Co) res 519 18th 
" Eliza A Mrs, res 822 1 Henry 
E \V, fireman S P Co 
GRAHAM FRED (Henderson & 
Graham) res Hotel Crellin 
Herbert, harness maker, res 869 El 
15th I 

James, assayer, res 1416 9th 



Grauberry Wm H, porter P P C Co res 

810 Alice ' 

Grand Army Hall, Charles Jurgens 

propr, 419 13th ^ 

GAR Appomattox Post No 50, meets 

every Thursday evening at Grand 

Army Hall, 419 13th 
GAR Lyon Post No 8, meets every 

Tuesday evening Grand Army Hall, 

A R Veteran Club, meets every Fri- 
419 iSh"'"^ at G^rand Army Hall, | 
Scott propr, i 



' James W, teamster People's Ex & T 

Co, res 819 Clay 
' John W, lumber mercliant, S F res 
526 10th ' 

& Joseph (Mrs Alice Graham and 
Miss Ray Joseph) hairdressing and 
manicure parlors, 1156 Broadway 
rms 6 and 7 
Josephine Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 
Kate Mrs. res 276 11th 



1053. Washington 
" Ceiitral Coffee and Lunch Parlors, 

Lilienthal Bros proprs, 469 7th 
" Central Lodging House, Mrs L J 

Moore propr, 475 9th 

GRAND RULE BAZAAR, M L, A H, 

& .J J Schlueter proprietors,860 and 
362 vVashington 
" ^Y,f*e''i Lodging House, John H 
p „ fnomas propr, 1758 7th 

P Co, res West Graimbois John J, buffer, res NW cor 
.< /°'«o"^ and 11th, mail Golden Gate 
Joseph S, blacksmith, res NW cor 
Fols..m and 11th, mail Golden Gate 
Grandjean Charles, res 1123 E 16th 
Elise Mile, teacher language, 264 9th 
res same ' 

" Henry, coffee and spice mills, S F res i 
1038Peralta ' 

" Melina Mine, res 264 9th " 
Graudolo John, expressman, S F, res i 



658 M>rtle 
Lawrence, tinner, res 658 Myrtle 
' ' Mary Miss, res 658 Myrtle 
Grandona Carl (Shell Mound Vegetable 
and Produce Co) res Shell Mound 
Station, mail Oakland 
" Nicola (Shell Mound Vegetable and 
Produce Co) res Shell Mound Sta- 
tion, mail Oakland 
see also Orondono 



" ^t'" ^^'ir'r'i-g =«' S P Co, S Golde^ gSI"' "'' '" """' ■""' 



F, res 1521^ 9th 
Rose Mrs, res cor Claremont and Col- 
lege aves, mail N Temescal 
Weden W, engineer, res 678 23d 
Wm, student, res cor Claremont and 

«. -nV^ ^^^ ^^^^' ""^^^ ^ Temescal 
Wm J, gardener C M Waage, 1304 
10th ave 

Grahn Augusta Miss, domestic, 522 
Knox 

GRAIF PHILIP REV. pastor First 
Enghsh Evangelical Lutheran 
Church, res 722 17th 



Graney Ambrose, res 1368 18th 
" Catherine Mrs, res 1368 18th 
" see also Greaney 
Granlund Wm C, carpenter Pioneer 

Planing Mills, res 1182 E 16th 
Grant Abbie L Miss, res 1253 3d ave 
'' A E, printer, res 811 Washington 

Alexander C, engineer Con P C Co 
" Bertram J, binder Oakland Enquirer 
^ Publishing Co, res 1379 Broadway 
,. 5°°al<l' capitalist, res 1114 10th ave 
" Eliza Mrs, dressmaker, 1379 Broad- 
way, res same 



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Grant Etta Miss, domestic, 616 E 24th 
•' George, asst cashier Nevada Bank, S 

F, res E 28th and 2l8t ave 
" George E, capitalist, res 1253 Sd^ve 
" George E Jr, res 1253 3d ave 
" Horace A, carpenter, S F, res NW 

cor 11th ave and E 24th 
" Jennie Miss, res NW cor E 24th and 

1 1th ave 
" Lizzie Miss, res (ialindo Hotel 
" Lizzie E Miss, dressmaker, res 1048 

' " Peter B, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 
'• Philo S, tirtman S P Co, res 1863 
1 William 

" Robert C, saloon, S50 12th, res 965 
Franklin . . 

«' School, Miss Elizabeth Powell princi- 
pal, NE cor Broadway and Prospect 

" Zachary, coachman G A J Davis, res 

1048 Peralta ^^ o u 

Grases James E, porter, S F, res 1/6 6th 

Graasel J George, maltster Washington 

Brewery, res 816 Kirkham 
Grassell Charles, with Henry De Ford & 
Co, res 195 Park ave 
" Frederick, peddler, res 195 Park ave 
Grasso D & Co (D Grasso and L Figone) 
fruits and vegetables, 408 7th 
" Domenico (D Grasso k Co) res 408 7th 
Grassy Louise Miss, employe Mme C 
Coin, res 1370 Broadway 
" Mary Mrs, employe Mme C Coin, res 
1370 Broadway : 

Grau Conra', traveling salesman, b t, 
res 1012 ■i5th ave 
" Louis H, teacher German, res 846 

Isabella 
Graupner Richard, died June 19 1892 
Gravatt Wm, plasterer, res 821 E Ibth 
Gravello Malteo, laborer, res Ist ave nr 

Summer, mail N T. mescal 
Grave* Alba, lager beer bottler, 9ol 
Franklin, res 719 Sixth 
" Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 121 

HoUis 
" Arthur, tailor, res 1729 Myrtle 

B A, clerk X Scheeline.res 121 Holhs 
Fredeiick, conductor S P Co, res 

George H, janitor Home for Adult 

Blind, res 566 38th, mail Oakland 
Geo W, street car driver, res Fruit- 
vale ave north of Hopkins.mail care 
P C Nielsen 
Henry P, carpenter W T Veitch & 

Bro, res 1729 Myrtle 
Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 121 HoUu 
' Mary Mrs, res 121 Hollis 
' Walte* H, student, res 1220 Lmden 
• Wm H H, sec N P L & I Co, S F, res 

1220 Linden 
' see also O reaves and Grieves 



Gravill Angle M Mrs, res 833 Castro 
Gray Alexauder J, res 710 29th 
" Alexander W, carpet weaver George 

Matthew, res S F 
" Alvin .1, carpenter Bassett Bros, rts 
Bassett ur Fruitvale Station, Fruit 
vale 
" Arthur J, gardener J H Thomas, rt- 
1060 25th ave 



" Asaph, .'lerk, S F, rf s 254 8th 

GRAY BROS ARTIFICIAL STONE 

PAVING CO (The) Geo F Gray 
president, F F Ward secretary, W 
H Renton manager, office 412 10th, | 
2308 Encinal ave, Alameda. 316 
Montgomery, S F, 205 New High, 
Los Angeles 
" C, teamster, res 1171 16th ave 
" Catherine Mrs, res 1307 Chestnut 
" Celia Miss, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
" Charles, carpenter John R Gray, res 

SF 
" L> Polk, cigars and tobacco 1010 

Washington, res 609 l7th 
" E, tailor M J Keller Co, res 1308 

13th ave 

" Eagle Tribe No 65, Improved Order 

of Red Men, meets every Thursday 

evening California Hall, 1015 Clay 

" Edmund S (Palace Hardware Co, S 

F) res 836 Abce 
" Ella M Miss, music teacher, res 1322 

12th ave 
" Emma J Mrs, furniture, new and sec- 
ond hand, 467 12th. res sanis 
" Florence Miss, res J 304 E 16th, Fruit- 
vale 
" Geo, contractor, res 1322 12th ave 
GRAY GEORGE B M (Gray & Nai- 
smith) 41W 9th. res 767 Alice 
" Geo D, lumber merchant, S F, res 

758 10th 
" Geo E, teamster, res 1322 12th ave 
GRAY GEORGE F, president the 
Gray Bros' Artificial Stone Paving 
Co, res S F 
" Geo T, carpenter, res e s 9th nr 

Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Geo W, carpenter, res 411 9th 
" Geo W, employe Custom House, S F, 
res Alcatiaz ave ur Paradise, mail 
Lorin 
" Geo W Rev, pastor Ebenezer Baptist 

Church (colored) res 773 6>.h 
GRAY GILES H. office 530 California, 

S F, res 754 10th 
" Jas, teamster, res 1171 16th ave 
" John, lamp lighter G L & H Co, 

res 765 Brush 
" John, groceries, 669 E 32d, rw same | 
" John J r, res 669 E 32d 
" John R, real estate, 113 5th, res 
same 



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Gray John W, civil engineer, res 1013 
Linden 

" Jos, teamster, rca 1171 16th ave 

" Lillie Miss, clerk John Gray, res GfiU 
E32d 

" Lulu Miss, folder P P Pub Co, res 
1717 Market 

" Margaret E Miss, stenographer, S F, 
res 12.39 Poplar 

" Martha, cook, 5S 8th 

" Martin L, contractor, res nr cor 
Broadway and Warren, mail N 
Temescal 

'■ Mary Mrs, res 355 l'> 

" Mary Mrs, res 720 3d 

" Matilda !S Mrs. res 1060 25th ave 

" M E Miss, res 1.304 E 16th, Fruitvale 

" Michael Y, cook M Rokovich, res 

)2U 16th ave 
GRAY & NAISMITH (G B Gray and 
J S ^aisuiith) real estate brokers 
and loans, 46 i Ninth 

" Nellie Miss, res 1304 E 16th, Fruit- 
vale 

" Robt W, agt Standard Sewing Ma- 
chine Co, o2l 7th, res 1721 10th ave 

'■ >V- Robinson (Samuel Gray and A K 
Robinson) proprs Oakland Real 
Estate Co, 459 9th 

'• Roscoe S, atty at law, S F, res 1053 
Center 

" Samuel {(rray & Robinson) res 770 
15th 

'■ Samuel, painter, res 1717 Market 

" Thos, teamster, res 1171 16th a\e 

" Thos H, foreman S P Co, res 1304 E 
16th, Fruitvale 

" Vernon C. employe Mutual Invest- 
ment L'nioo, S F, res 1261 4th ave 

" W Geo, switchmen S P Co, res 1668 
William 
Graydon Katherine M, teacher Oakland 

High Sciiool, res 1364 Franklin 
Grayson Geo W (Grayson, Owen & Co) 
res 907 Madison 

'• Jos, heater Pac I & N Co, res 756 Jef- 
ferson 
Mary Mrs, res 756 Jetfrson 
Owen & Co (G W Grayson, W J 
Owen and J W Phillips) wholesale 
butchers. Bay opp Dalton ave, 
Stock Yards, oflSce 456 8th 
Graystone (The) Mrs E B Renshaw 

propr, 418 12th 
Greaney .Jno, sewer contractor, res 828 
Lydia 

" Jno F, employe S P Co, res 828 Ly- 
dia 

" Jos E, machine hand Oakland Sash 
and Door Co, res 828 Lydia 

•' "Wm J, butcher, res 828 Lydia 

" see aUo Grnney 
Grear Annie Mrs, res 511 10th 

" see also Greer arid Grier 



Great American Importing Tea Co, 917 

Bn-adway, brai.ch 616 E 12tli 
" Ivistern (I'uicksilver Mining Co, 

Richard Abbey pies, Alfred Abbey 

sec, 613 Market 
" India Tea Co (W J Crnwin and C H 

Ma on) 1429 San Pablo ave 
Greata Louis A, ck-rk, S F, res 55 Klink- 

ntr ave, mail ( golden Gate 
Greathead Mabel L Miss, res 813 Harri- 
son 
" Nicholas T, cluk S P Co, S F, res 

813 Harri on 
" Norman .1, clerk S P Co, S F, res 813 

Harrison 
Greaves Chas, bookkeeper Contra Costa 

Pickle Works, res King nr King ave, 

Fruitvale 
" (iraceMiss, dressmaker, res 1772 San 

Pablo ave 
" Jas, paper hanger, res 1772 San Pablo 

" Thos T, clerk, S F, res 1104 Broad- 
way, rm 43 

" Wm, tailor, 1772 San Pablo ave, res 
same 

" Wm Jr, gastitter Dalziel & MoUer, 
res 1772 San Pablo ave 

" si'i> alio Groves and Grievea 

GREELEY ROBERT P M, wholesale 

wood and bay, ^E cor llth and 

Franklin and foot of Lombard, S F, 

res 562 31st 
'■ Winnifred Miss, res 562 31st 
Greeman Peter, fruits, etc, 1305 San 

Pablo ave, res same 
Green Alonzo, res 264 E 16th 
" Alva S, gripman Cable R Co, res 

1834 My r lie 
" Amelia Mrs, employe Lake Side Sana- 

tnrium, res same 
" Arthur E, conductor (J Cable R Co, 

res 180{ West 
■ Catherine Miss, employe C C L Co 
Green Catherine G Mrs, died Nov 7, 1891 
" & CuUom (G H Green and Leslie 

Cullom) mgrs The California Ex- 
change Bureau, 481 9th 
" David, res 1509 >^ 7th 
" Eben, teamster Washington Lumber 

Co. res 324 2d 
Green Eliznbeth C Mrs, died May 30, 1892 
Green Ellen Mrs, died Sept 15, 1891 
" F H, supt Oakland Preserving Co, 

res 759 8th 
" F, laborer Humboldt Lumber Co . 
" Geo, employe C C L Co, res same 
" Geo, machinist S P Co, res 912 Clay 
'■ Geo H (Green & Cullom) res 1417 

13th ave 
" Geo J, blacksmith, res 1366 11th ave 
" Geo W, employe C C L Co, res same 
" Harry E E, police officer (city) res 

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Green Harry J, yardmaster S P Co, res 
322 6th 

" Henry, laborer, res 726 Myrtle 

" Jefferson, coaler S P Co 

" Johanna Mrs, res 2120 Union 

" John, employe C C L Co, res same 

" John, laborer, res Park Exchange 
Hotel, mail Emeryville 

" John, hod carrier, res 474 2Gth 
(rreen John l>, plumbtr. removed to San 
Jose 

" John J, cement tinishtr, res I00() 
Franklin 

" John J, house painter, res2922 Maple, 
mail N Temescal 

•' John T, clerk, res 72G Myrtle 

" Jos, res Adeline nr 40th, mail Oak- 
land 

" Josephine Mrs, res 2134 Magnolia 

" Lyle Mrs, domestic, 276 E 14th 

" M Mrs, res 714 Sycamore 

" Mamie Miss, res 474 26th 

" Milton J, attv at law and notary 
public. 47Si 10th, rm 8, res 41 1 20th 

" Rhoda Mrs, nurse, 1559 Broadway, 
res same 

" Robt, employe C C L Co, res same 

" Robt J, laborer Judson Manufacturing 
Co, res 837 33d 

" Sarah M Mrs, res 832 West 

" Thos F, gents' furnishings, 904 Wash- 
ington, res 274 E 10th 

" Verdenal M, res t.64 E 16th 

" Wm, bartender Dan O'Donovan, res 
420 7th 

" Wm, porter St Louis House, res same 

" Wm H, res 573 7 th 
Greene Carlton \V, deputy county clerk, 
res 1413 Market 

" Edward M, real estate, S F, res 
w s Claremont ave nr College ave, 
mail Lorin 

" Ethel A Miss, res 1413 Market 

" Lawrence L, student, res 1413 Mar- 
ket 

" Mabel E Miss, res 1413 Market 

" W Fr^d, salesman, S F, res 1362 Sth 

GREENE WM E- judge Superior 

Court, department 1, County Court 

House, res 1413 Market 

Greenebaum Hannah Miss, res 717 10th 

" Wm B, mgr Western Jewelry Cu, 
969 Washington, res 717 10th 
Gre-nhood Emily Miss, res 524 William 

" I'.rniie Miss, res 524 William 

GREENHOOD & GILMORE (Max 

(ireenhood and J S (Jilmore) im- 
porters and dealers in dry and fancy 
lioods. 467 and 469 Uth 
GREENHOOD JACOB, vice president 
'California Bank and Trust Co, 1006 
Broadway, res 524 William 
" Jos M, commercial traveler, ree 1713 
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Gilmore) res 1161 Jeflferson 
< ! reenleiif Adeline S Mrs, died Dec 18, 

1891 
" John B, contractor, res 1625 Sth ave 
Greenman E E Mrs, teacher Durant 

School, res 1217 6th ave 
Greenough Chas C (Smith & Co) res 1946 

Linden 
Greenwald Frank, police officer (city) 

res 12034 Market 
" ■■^ee also 'ininewaU 
(aeenway J, deck hand str Atmneda 

GREENWICH INSURANCE CO (of 

New York) Harmon & Fenton 

agents, 958 Broadway 
Greenwood Frederick W, plasterer, res 

565 11th 
" Geo D, res 1115 31 ave 
Greenuood Jame,i, died Dec 13, 1891 
" Jane Mrs, res 1769 Goss 
GREENWOOD WALTER H (Farrant 

i!t Co) res S F 
Greer Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, res 

1009 7th 
" Florence M Miss, student, res 860 

34th 
" Harry W, brakeman S P Co, res 862 

Willow 
' ' Jerome B, dairyman, res 860 34th 
GREER J I (Bracktle & Greer) res 593 

Sycamore 
" Wm R, res 860 34th 
" see also Great- 
Gregg Andrew J, carpenter and builder, 

1721 8th, res same 
" C May Miss, res 1721 Sth 
" John, res 2253 Adeline 
" John X, machinist G L & H Co, 

res nr cor Broadway and Warren, 

mail X Temescal 
" Mattie A Miss, compositor Oakland 

Enquirer, res 1721 Sth 
" M L, contractor and builder, res 916 

35th 
" W, employe S P Co, S F, res 1823 

Center 
" W C, bookkeeper, S F 

Center 
(iregoire Alfred, stableman 

Brick Co, res 659 Clay 
" Eugene, bricklayer Remillard Brick 

Co, res 659 Clay 
Gregorio Antonio, dairy, n s Vernon ave 

e of College ave, res same, mail N 

Temescal 
" M, quarryman O Pav Co, res with P 

Martino, Temescal 
Gregory Agnes Miss, res 1384 Franklin 
" Blanche Miss, student, res 458 E 11th 
" Block, n s 7th from Myrtle to Filbert 
" Chas, student, res 458 E 11th 
" Chas M, commercial traveler, res 674 

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Gregory James B Capt, res 101(3 E 26th 
" Jeanaie Miss, res I3S4 Franklin 
" \Vm, mining, res 1384 Franklin 
" Win H, real estate and notary public, 
NW cor )2th ave and E 12th, res 
458 E nth 
(Tfellmann Gnstave, paiuter and paper 

hanger, 1733 William, res same 
C4remke H Dieilrich, artist, res 530 38th, 

mail Oakland 
" Henrv F, res 530 38th, mail Oakland 
" Lizzie Miss, rts 530 38th, mail Oak- 
land 
(irenell & Co (Mrs E J (irenell and Mrs 
C E Aldrich) boarding and lodgings, 
517 9th 
" Elizabeth J Mrs ((xrenell & Co) res 
517 9th 
Gressler Chas A, barber and oculist, 707 

E 12th, res same 
Greub Adolph R. jeweler, S F, res If 30 
Chestnut 
'* John, rancher, res 1030 Chestnut 
" Paul, bookkeeper Max C Schulze, res 
1030 Chestnut ' 

" Paulina Miss, res 1030 Chestnut 
" Sophie Miss, res 1030 Chestnut 
Grey, see Gray 

Gribble Chas W, laborer, res 726 Union 
" John T, machinist, S F, res 2240 

Adeline 
" T, asst yardmaster Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 1319 San Pablo ave 
Grider John S, mechanic, res 217 5th 
" Roy, plumber O'Brien & Martin, res 

217 5th 
Gridley Bevj H, died July 20, 1892 
Grier Jesse I, res 1961 Grove 
GRIESSER A M H (Burnette Dental 

Co) res 1518 Market 
Grieves Matthew, car cleaner S P Co, 

res 1754 Sth 
" Wm, carpenter Cotton Bros k Co, 

res 1754 Sth 
" see also Graves and Greaves 
Griffin A D, journalist, res 941 26th 
" Carlos P, student, res 975 Cypress 
" Catherine, domestic, 513 Frederick 
" Chas D, mining, res SE cor Jackson 

and Lake 
" Cora B Miss, principal Hearst Free 
Kindergarten, S F, res 1057 Camp- 
bell 
" Edmund W, brakeman S P Co, res 

874 Willow 
" Frank W, student, res SE cor Jack- 
son and Lake 
Griffln Hiram E, removed to Petaluma, 

Cal 
" Jas, carpenter, res 47th bet San Pablo 

ave and Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
" Jas C, ship carpenter S P Co, res 707 

Chester 
" John D, engineer S P Co, res 1314 Sth 



Griffin John W, marine engineer, res 

1531 Adeline 
" Louis F, canvasser, res Lusk ave nr 

41st, mail Oakland 
" L R Mrs, teacher Oakland High 

School, res 1212 Jefferson 
" Martin C, carpenter, res 469 Sher- 
man ave 
" Mary K Miss, res SE cor Jackson 

and Lake 
" M C Mrs, res 1314 Sth 
" Minnie Miss, student, res 554 14th 
'' Morris E, assayer, res SE cor Jackson 

and Lake 
" Thos, laborer, res 1564 Chestnut 
" Wm F, carpenter, res Canning nr 

Lilly, mail N Temescal 
Griflfing Frederick A, mgr 11 D Duke & 

Co, S F, res 1570 Telegraph ave 
" Wm M, clerk Whitter, Fuller it Co, 

res 1570 Telegraph ave 
Griffith Chas R, student, res 542 20th 
" Harry, salesman White Sewing Ma- 
chine Co. res 1541 Curtis 
" Henry, gardener Mt V Cem, res 

same 
" Jas, carpenter, res 1073 Peralta 
" Minnie M Miss, res 542 20th 
" Wm A, contractor and builder, res 

542 20th 
" Wm E, clerk, S F, res 542 20th 
Griffiths Allen, dentist, S F, res 1364 

9th 
" David D, civil engineer S P Co, res 

537 Charter 
" J, rivet heater S P Co 
(rriggs C E, foreman composing room P 

P Pub Co, res 1003 Chester 
" Ensign, res 1003 Chester 

GRIMAUD VIRGILE, tailor, oio E 

12th, res same 
Grimes Alice M Mi'-s, res 1206 5th ave 
" Everett M (Napa Valley Wine Co, S 

F) res 1206 5th ave 
" Harry C, res 1066 24th ave 
" Howard A, salesman R T Kennedy 

6 Co, res II 66 24th ave 

" Isaac C, farmer, res 1009 Sth 
" Jos, teamster, res Redwooil road 1 
mile from Old County road, mail P 
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" Warren C, student, res 1009 5th 
Grimm August, saloon, 842 Webs>ter, res 
same 
" Peter, clerk Keller & Brown, res 1080 
23d ave 
Grimme Chas T, clerk and extraman 

Engine Co No 2, res 413 9th 
Grimmelmann Dietrich, saloon, 1466| 

7 th 

" Frederick, saloon keeper, S F, res 
Todd bet Paradise and Calais, mail 
Lorin 
Grimmin Jas, carpenter, r^ 8 831 Union 



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Grimwood Geo, laborer H P Livermore, 

Clifton and Waldo 
Griadle Louis, caudy maker A Cross, res 

•27-2 4th 
Grindley John H, sec Deming-Palmer 
Milling Co, S F, res 1424 8th 
I Gripp Emma Miss, student, res 774 11th 
I " John, bookkeeper, S F, res 774 11th 
; Grismore Artliur W, res 1181 E 22d 
" Geo C. brakeman S P Co, res 1181 E 

22d 
" John T, carpenter, res 1181 E 22d 
; Griswold Chas P, clerk S P Co, S F, res 
1375 8th 
" Jas E, pressman Oakland Enquire}-, 

res Alameda 
GRISWOLD JOHN H, secretary and 
ir asurer Centra Costa Laundry Co, 
."SW cor I4th and Kirkham, res same 
" Lee S, student, res 1375 Sth 
" Luther D, physician, res 575 Ken- 
nedy 
" Martha M Mrs, res 1614 8th 
" >« L, student Dodge A: Fry, res S F 
Groff Aufiustiue. painter L F Cotton, 

res 7b8 4th 
" Chas, painter L F Cotton, res 768 

4th 
Grogan Jas, shoemaker, 457 J 4th, res 

360 9th 
(iroa,berg Daniel A, master mariner, res 

1412 ISth ave 
(irondona Domingo, gardener, res end 

of 13th nr Wood 
" (reo, null hand, S F, res SW cor 13th 
and Wood 

■ Jcose. machinist, res 1720 14th 

" J. IS, tugineer, S F, res SW cor 13th 

and Wood 
(iroiholdt Andrew, seaman, resw s 12th 

nr Powell, mail Golden Gate 
" Martin, plumber, res w s 12th nr 

Powell, mail Golden (iate 
(iroogan Dominick J (Oakland House 

P'uruishiiig C >) res 758 Market 
I Jroom E Mrs, lodging house, 1727 Wil- 
liam, res sanie 
Groome Frank s, artist Oakland Copy- 
ing Co, res 7111 20th 
" H Clay (Oakland Copying Co) res 7 19 

20th 
" W A Mrs, res 719 20th 
Grosjean Alfred, gripman Con P C Co, 

res 302 24 th 
Gross Alfred G, printer, res w s lOth nr 
Powell, mail (iolden Gate 

■ Antooia Miss, domestic, res 1334 

Kirkham 
"AS Mrs, res 6C 7th 
" Carl, carpenter W f Veitch \- Bro, 

res 13:^ Kirkham 
" Clara B Miss, res 66 7th 
•' Emma V Misa, student, res 1340 

Kirkham 



Gross Geo E, marble cutter Wm Gross, 

res K^O Kirkham 
" Joshua F, car repairer S P Co, res 

920 Wood 
" Rose Miss, res w s 10th nr Powell, 

mail Golden (Jate 
" Stella M Miss, res 66 7th 
" Wm, marble works, 1726 Webster, 

res 1340 Kirkiiam 
Grosshans Carrie Miss, res 708 19th 
" John D, cigar mfr, 708 19th, res 

same 
Grossman Aaron, res 616 8th 
Grossmayer Marcus H, res 1453 Tele- 
graph ave 
" Martha Mrs, res 1453 Telegraph ave 
Grosso Constantine, blacksmith, 555 4th, 

res same 
Grothier Frederick, deck hand str Oak- 
land, res 1328 Kirkham 
" Martin, employe E Lehnhardt, res 
132'< Kirkham 
Groussat 1, ironworker Judson Manu- 
facturing Co 
Grove Edward D, student, res -546 24th 
"FA Mrs, res 531 E 14th 
•' Louise Miss, teacher Cole School, res 

546 24th 
" Street School, Mrs N D Standeford 

priucipal, Giove bet 4th and 5th 
" Wm C, dental student G W Ro- 
dolpii, res 546 24th 
Groves Ayscough, clerk S P Co, S F, res 

1416"Castr.. 
GriM Eugene, died June 13, 1892 
•• S P Mrs, r.s lOlS 6th ave 
Grube Max, variety store, 1202 7th, res 

same 
Gruen Andrew (Cloeren it Gruen) res 
NE cor 13th ave and E llth 
" John, farmer, res 559 Charter 
" Louise K Miss, saleslady KAflN 

BROS, res 559 Charter 
Gruenint; Frederick E, tailor Brown & 

McKinnon, res 813 Clay 
Gruettner DaniG, gardener,res junction 

4 th and 5th aves and E 2 2d 
Gruggel Axel R, propr A Mon Chateau, 
cor Pleasant Valley road and Linda 
ave. Piedmont, res same 
Grulund W C, res 1168 E 15th 
Grummett Jas C, watchman Industrial 
Home for Adult lUind, res 2434 
Telegraph ave, mail Oakland 
lirunewald Michel, saloon, S58 W'ash- 
iugton, res same 
" sre (lUo Oreenteald 
Gruno Richard, house mover, res 1774 

Filbert 
Grush Annie L Miss, res 1365 13th ave 
" M J Mrs. res 1365 13th ave 
Guay Josephine Mrs. res 660 Claj' 
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Guenther .lohn C Rev, pastor Paradise 

(ierman M E Church, rea Todd nr 

Calai-, mail Lorin . 
Guerin Margaret Mrs, res 1112 3d 
" Nellie Miss, cliambermaid Grand 

Central Lodging House, res same 
Guesnard Wm, porter P P C Co, res 762 

Chestnut 
Guest H L Mrs, res 521 11th 
GufiFy A, hrakeman S P Co 
Guibert A, watchmaker and jeweler, 

1165 Washington, res SW cor 11th 

and Washington 
• xuido Jos, laborer Oakland Lumber 

Co, re-i 1063 E 19th 
" Manuel, spinner Cal Jute Mills Co, 

res 1059 ti 19th 
Guilbault Rosie Miss, res 1355 Webster 
Guild Andrew, carpenter, res 1054 E 

14th 

GUILD CAROLIXE L MRS, physi- 

cian, 10 i5 Washington, rm 4, Davis 

Block, res same 
" David, molder, S F, res 117 Helen 
" Emmelyn T Miss, res 1055 Washing- 
ton 
" Frank G, upholsterer, 2105 7th, res 

same 
" Frank T, paper hanger, 308 7th, res 

same 
" Lillie Miss, clerk R W Merrick, res 

Alameda 
" Miss, copy i holder Tribune, res 117 

Helen 
Gulbis Otto, foreman R Franke & Co,re8 

1622 Grove 
Guldner Ernest H, gardener, res 365 

Orchard, rear 
<Tullixon Martin, res 1019 Wood 
" Sophie Mr-, res 923 Filbert, rear 
Gums Frank, laborer, res 226 2d 
" J, res Boehmer bet 23d ave and 

Park 
" Marie Mrs, res 615 Madison 
Gundersen S Mrs, res 118 Ettie 
" Thorwald, waiter Brooklyn Restau- 
rant, res NW cor 13th ave and E 

nth 
GundlaCk Fredk, laborer Washington 

Brewery, res 1771 Lincoln 
Gunn Adam F, agt American Book Co, 

S F, res 1980 Webster 
" Chas T, watchman Eagle B & M Co, 

res 823 Isaljella 
" Frank, carpenter, res 823 Isabella 
" John, res Beu'ah Park 
" Maggie S Miss, clerk W B Stande- 

ford, res 65 7th 
" S H, traveling salesman, res Hotel 

Albany 
" S H Mrs, bookkeeper Mme M Reed, 

res Hotel Albany 
" W A, train baggageman S P Co 
Gunner Jennie Miss, domestic Dowell 



Gunnip John, saloon, NW cor Tele- 
graph ave and 49th, les same, mail 
N Temescal 
Gunther Chas G, saloon, SW cor Pied- 
mont ave and Mather, res same 
" Charlotte Miss, domestic, 516 E 16t!i 
" Jas, mining, res 1308 12th ave 
" Jas A, clerk Henry Tum Suden, res 
1308 12th ave 
Guppy Aileen E Mis?, student, res 1025 

Qnijn 
" Alonzo R, civil engineer, S F, res 

1025 Union 
" Roy T, student, res 1025 Union 
Guptill Edwin A l)r, patent medicines, S 

F, res 13^2 10th 
Gurnett Albert G, stock broker, S F.res 
1278 4th ave 
" Albert J, clerk The Union Savings 

Bank, res 464 20t.h 
" Wm J, stock broker, S F, res 464 

20th 
Gurnett Wm J Jr, died April 22, 1892 
Gurnette B, paper hanger, res 827 29th 
" E Mrs, res 827 29th 
" Josephine Mi^s, d-essmaker Mrs E 

W Johnson, res 827 29th 
GURNEf CAB CO, see OaHand Our- 
ntii ' 'ah Co 

GURNEY REFRIGERATING AND 
MILLING CO (O H Burn ham and 
J J vieyers) 654 Washington 
Gushee Geortre E, packer, S F, res 833 

Campbell 
Gussi Jos, employe Cal Jute Mills Co 
Gustafsou & Anderson (<Tustave Gustaf- 
son ami August Anderson) wood 
and coal, 860 Union 

" Carl, carpenter, res Echo ave, Glen 
Echo Tract 

" & Chalgreea (Chas Gostafson and 
Otto Chalgreen) proprs Capitol Ho- 
tel, SW cor Franklin and 11th 

" Chas (Gustasfon & Chalgreen) res 
Capitol Hotel 

" Edward, res 1931 Union 

" Emily Miss, domestic, 1326 7th ave 

" Frank, carpenter Burnham-Stande- 
ford Co, res S F 

" Gustave (Gustafson & Anderson) res 
1380 1 2th 

" Mary Miss, domestic, 1030 Myrtle 
Gustavson Albert, gardener, res Eureka 
Hotel 

" John, laborer, res 1057 Dennison 

" Wm, gardener, res Eureka Hotel 

Gusteuson Gustave, buggy washer C H 

Nor, res 1565 7th « 

Gustiri Amanda Mrs, res 1866 Atlantic 

" Cordelia Miss, res 1866 Atlantic 

'' Jos, waiter, res 1866 Atlantic 
Gustofson Alfred, carpenter, res E 23d 
nr 23d ave, Fruitvale, mail 1100 
23d ave 



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Guthrie Daniel, hostler R N Getchell,; 

res 831 Market 
" Jane Mrs, res 1714 12th i 

Guthzeith Lena Miss, domestic, 819 
Castro 

Gutierrez Candido, real estate and, 
mines, res 45th bet San Pablo ave 
and Adeline, mail Oakland 

Gutterson Arthur L, asst sec People's 

Home Savings Bank, S F, res !»3Si 

Filbert " , 

" Fred S, prof of music, 938^ Filbert,] 

I'es same 

Guturrez Adalberto, clerk K Sallaires. • 
res 833 Filbert 

Guy Ella Miss, tadoress, res 810 Camp- 
bell 
" Wm M, stone carver, S F, res 810 
Campbell 



Haack Henry, clerk H Tum Suden, res 

556 E 12th 
Haaft Emma Miss, domestic, 921 Myrtle 
Haar Annie Mrs, res 1468 7th 
" Herman, boats and fishing tackle to 

let. Long Wharf, res same 
Haas Peter (Nielson & Haas) res 415 

7th 
Haasz Fred, res with H J McKusick, 

mail Oakland 
Haberlin Jas J, res 1815 Goss 
Habioht Annie E Mrs, res NW cor Co- 
lumbus and 2d aves, mail N Temes- 
cal 
Hack John J, electrician S P Co, res 

1721 Goss 
Hackandorn Geo F, res 1247 25th ave 
Hackett Edmund, res Todd nr Narrow 

Gauge K R, mail Lorin 
" P]dward, res 1303 Jackson 
" Henry, carpenter, res 1782>< 7th 
" J Miss, res Juanita Hotel 
" Ja', bricklayer RemiUard Brick Co, 

res 362 7th 
" Margaret Mrs, res 362 7th 
" Kosie Miss, laundress, res 362 7th 
HACKETT S A, dentist, 1055 Wash- 
ington, rms 9 and 10, res same 
•' Walter L, student, res 1303 Jackson 
Hackey (iustav, laborer, res s s Monte 

Vista ave nr Piedmont ave 
Hadden Annie Mi8s,res e s Summit ave. 

Glen Echo Tract 
" David, student, res e s Summit ave. 

Glen Echo Tract 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res e s Summit ave, 

(ifen Echo Tract 
" Joho, butcher Munson & Lohry, rea 

1184 E 14th 
Haddon Jas, capitalist, res 1411^ San 

Pablo ave 
Hadley Emeline Mrs, res 821 Adeliue 



HADLEY M L. manager advertising 
department Oakland EtKpdrer, res 
1061 West 
" Richard, engineer, res 1013 E 15th" 
Hadlicli Frederika Mrs, res 541 38th, 

mail Oakland 
" Louis, candy maker, S F, res 541 

38th, mail Oakland 
Haehnlen Annie Miss, student, res 1266 

Center 
' ' Edward L, employe Cal Door Co, res 

1266 Center 
" John C, driver Eagle Planing Mills, 

res 1614 Myrtle 
" Lewis A, carver, res 1266 Center 
" Mary Miss, res 1614 Myrtle 
" Wm F, res 1614 Myrtle 
Haelke Clara Miss, milliner L H Brings, 

res 1466 Grove 
" Helwig L, landscape gardener, res 

1466 Grove 
Haelke Laura Mm, died April 26, 1892 
Hafdell H Miss, domestic, 524 E ISth 
Hafey Mary Miss, res 466 24th 
" Wm, sewer contractor, res 466 24th 
Hagan Peter A, sewer contractor, res 

2234 Andover 
Hagar Edward C, bookkeeper The Oak- 
land Bank of Savings, res Claremont 
ave, Peralta Heights 
Hager Fred L, clerk L N Hager, res 
:i814 Telegraph ave, mail N Temes- 
cal 
" Jas, watchman S P Co, Oakland Pier, 

rea 867 Campbell 
HAGER LEWIS N, wood and coal, 
hay, grain and Hour and livery 
stable, 2814 Telegraph ave, res same, 
mail N Temescal 
Haggerty Chas, laborer Cotton Bros & 

Co, res 560 Franklin 
" Daniel, laborer, res Charier Oak 

Hotel 
" Ellen Mrs, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
" Geo J, gripman O Cable R Co, res 

Tremout House 
" John, laborer O G L & H Co, res 

1009A 5th 
" Lawrence, car cleaner S P Co, res 

Berkeley 
" Patrick, blacksmith V^ J Gahagan, 
res w s Adeline nr Russell, mail 
Peralta 
" see also Ileayertji 
Hagist Edward, salesman Taft k Pen- 

noyer, res 1277 22d ave 
" Minnie Miss, domestic, 1271 Harrison 
Hagman Per M, res Park ave nr E 12th, 

Fruit vale, mail same 
Hagstrom Annie Mrs, res 856 Adeline 
" Lena Miss, res 856 Adeline 
Hahn C Henry, engineer S P Co, res 
1662 7th 



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Hahn Emil J, agt C C L Co, res 1940 

Linden 
" Felix, res 541 20th 
" Henry, res 1G62 7th 
" Henry E, tailor, res 957 Franklin 
" Jas D, merchant tailor, 422 11th. 

res 1563 Franklin 
" John G, laborer S P Co, res 1212 32d 
" Lena Miss, res 1662 7th 
" Wm A, bartender John Schmidt, res 

470 7th 
Hahnimann Albert, baker, res Todd nr 

Calais, mail Lorin 
Hahrs Wm, plumber, S F, res 1415 13th 

ave 
Haight A E Mrs, res 1201 Alice 
" Elizabeth Miss, res l.;05 Madison 
" Henry H, atty at law, S F, res 1201 

" J C Miss, res 1201 Alice 
" N H, physician, 1419 Grove, res same 
Haile Frank E, carpenter Burnham- 

Standeford Co, res Alameda 
Hailstone Carrie Miss, res 1065 Wash- 
ington 
" C E, physician, 1065 Washington, 

rms 3^ and 33, res same 
" Louisa Mrs, rts 1065 Washington 
Hain Thos (Poirier k Hain) res 306 10th 
Haines Chas W, farmer, res 277 10th 
" Ellis A, capitalist, res 277 10th 
" John J, stockman, res 277 10th 
" Thornton W, farmer, res 277 10th 
" see also Haynes 
Hair Agnes B Miss, res 855 Myrtle 
" Frank, stone cutter, res 1710 12th 
" Margaret Miss, res 855 Myrtle 
" Kobt, laborer, res 671 6th 
" S, plumber, 958 7th, res 855 Myrtle 
" see also Hare 

Hairston T F, porter P P C Co, res S F 
H albert Wm X, clerk U S railway mail 

service, S F, res 1426 Webster 
Haldan Fredericka, res 239 Harlan 
Haldane Wm, carpenter i^ P Co, res 

1676 William 
Haldy Magkie Miss, res 1713 William 
Hale Arthur M, employe S P Co, res 
1759 Seward 
" Chas B, hatter, S F, res NW cor 
Oakland and Santa Clara" aves, 
Linda Vista Terrace 
" Emma Mrs, res 834 Wood 
" Fred T, clerk A Lozier, res 1759 

Seward 
" J J Mrs, r«8 U06J Webster 
" Lester M, paper hanger and decorator, 

1128 13th ave, res 1107 10th ave 
'* Lizzie Miss, res 1107 10th ave 
Hale Mart/ia A Mrs, died Dec 8, 1891 
" R H Mrs, nurse, res 1107 10th ave 
" Samuel, res 1759 Seward 
" Thos, coachman Joseph Powning, 
1115 3d ave 



Hale Wm H, bartender H Stoteran, res 

834 Wood 
Haley D, laborer, res Brooklyn House 
" Jeremiah, laborer S P Co, res 1815 7th 
" John, paper hanger, res 822 22d 
" P, pulleyman Cable R Co, res 1323 

Myrtle 
'• Patrick, sewer contractor, 814 Brush, 

res 'same 
" Wm W, comn)ission merchant, res 

1762 9th 
" see also Heaky 
Hall A J, brakeman S P Co 
" A L Mrs, clerk KAHN BROS, res 

614 17th 
" Alfred J, brakeman S P Co, res 727 

Chester 
" Anita Miss, res 988 Willow 
" Augustus, carpenter, res 1516 West 
" Benjamin, res 366 Prospect ave 
" Benjamin, res High, Melrose, mail 

Melrose 
" Bertha Miss, student, res 1601 Tele- 
graph ave 
Hall Caroline M Mrs, died Nov 6, 1891 
" Carrie E Miss, milliner Mrs R Mott, 

res 1516 West 
" Carrie M Miss, res 2071 Webster 
" Chas, clerk F R Stevenson & Co, res 

1516 West 
" Chas E, towerman S P Co, res 943 

Wood 
" Dennis S, carpenter P C L &: M Co, 

res 837 Isabella 
HALL & EARL (Samuel P Hall and 

Guy C Earl) attorneys at law, 957 

Broadway, rms 17, 18 and 19 
" Edith M Miss, dressmaker, res 712 

19th 
'• Edward H, teamster, res High, Mel- 
rose, mail Melrose 
" Edward L, ins, ^S F, res 602 E 14th 
" Edward M (T Whitely & Co) res 

1257 Jackson 
" Edward M Jr (Kellogg & Hall, S F) 

res 1211 5th ave 
" Edward S, table delicacies, 1127 13th 

ave, res Alameda 
" Francis W, millman, res 879 Pine 
Hall Frank F, died An*/ 11, 1891 
" Frank J, car cleaner S P Co, res 1672 

Lincoln 
" Frank T, painter, 323 13th, res 1116 

Broadway 
" Frank T Mrs, dressmaking, 1116 

Broadway, rm 5, res same 
" F W, atty at law, S F, res 1409 Grove 
" Geo, apprentice machinist S P Co, 

res 988 Willow 
" Geo A, clerk, res 879 Pine 
" Geo H, laborer S P Co, rts 727 

Chester 
" Geo L, printer J K Miller, res 622 

17th 



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Waaliington, rm 82 
" Hans J, clerk, rt F, res 138 Helen 
■' Harriet M Miss, res 1257 .lacksou 
•' Harry F, salesman, 8 F, res J070 '21st 
•'HE Mrs, res 1(301 Telegraph ave 
" Henry, laborer, res Lusk nr 40th, 

mail N Temescal 
•' Henry, shoemaker, 1433 San Pablo 

avf , res 696 25th 
■ Henry C. painter F M Farwell & 

Sons, res 1014 Webster 
•' Jacob A. material foreman S P Co, 

res 727 Chester 
" J as, wholesale butcher, Biv nr Dal- 

ton ave. Stock Yards, office S F, mail 

S F 
" Jas H, carpenter S P Co, res 1679 

Taylor 
" Ja<' H, seaman, res 910 Clay 
Hall Oermima, died Oct 13, 1891 
'■ J L, employe Alameda Mac Go's 

(juarry, res same 
' John H, music teacher, res 1708 Lin- 
coln 
• John T, real estate, Alameda, res 

King ave nr Bray, Fruitvale, mail 

Alameda 
" Joseph, laborer, G L & H Co, res 

821 Market 
" J K, real estate, 460 9th, res 828.15th 
" Kate Miss, res 1516 West 
" L E & Co (Leon EHall) guns, ammu-: 

nitiou and gun repairing, 461 7th | 
" Lucy Miss, student, res 1070 2l8t , 
" Lydia Mrs, res w s Broadway nr Mo-; 

Adam 
" Maggie L Miss, res 727 Chester 
" Mamie D Miss, res Lusk and 40th, 

mail N Temescal 
" Marian P Miss, res 1041 Poplar 



1104 Broadway for 12th, rms 11, 12 

and l.S, res 2201 West 
" W A, real estate, 460 9th, res 828 

15th 
" Wallace J, carpenter P C Mill &, L 

Co. res 736 Myrtle 
" Wm, butcher Jas Hall, res 1909 West 
" Wm, capitalist, res 838 29th 
" Win. trackman S P Co, res 988 Wil- 

HALL WILLIAM H, taxidermist, 

602 E 14th, res same 
Ihdlalain Alexander, died :March 14, 1892 

" Bros (Thos and G D) proprs California 
Restaurant, 854 Broadway 

" Daniel J, letter carrier, res 856 Har- 
rison 
Hallalatn Euza Mrs, died Noy 13, 1891 

" Ella F Miss, typewriter, S F, res 856 
Harrison 

" Ellen H Mrs, res 839 Franklin 

" Florence, tailor Mrs J Weldon, res 
856 Harrison 

" Florence A Miss, student, res 825 
29th 

" Geo D (Hallahan Bros) res 839 Frank- 
lin 

" Ht-nry, sawer Eagle B & M Co, res 
512 "oth 

" John, serviceman O G L & H Co, res 
512 5th 

" Katie A Miss, stenographer, S F, res 
856 Harrison 

" Mary C Miss, caterer, 839 Franklin, 
res same 

" Michael J. painter, res 825 29th 

•' Thos (Hallahan Bros) res 20i6 Mar- 
ket 

Ual/e Elizabeth Mrs, died March 25, 1892 

" Hakon, laborer S P Co, foot Broad- 
way, res 661 Washington 

res Alpine 



" Mary Mrs, res 614 17th 

" Mary D Mrs, res Lusk nr 40th, mail Hallenbeck Lizzie Mrs, 

N Temescal House 

" Mary S Miss, student, res 1070 21st Haller Jos P. supt Bristol Bay Salmon 

" M Ella Miss, teacher Cole School, res Packing Co, S F, res 146 1 9th 

SW cor Oakland and Bayo Vista Halleran John, laborer, res 672 28th 

aves, Linda Vista Terrace " Jos, employe Nolan & Sons. S F, res 

HALL OF RECORDS (county) Pvod W 672 28th 

( hurch recorder, e s Broadway bet Hallett Chas, commercial traveler, res 

4th and ,^»tli 1472 12th 

" Rol)t, music teacher, res 980 Wood " Fannie Mrs, res 1213 Franklin 

" SimuHl, carpenter Ingler& Atkinson, HALLETT G H.president Contra Costa 



Laundry Co, res S F 
'• John K, watchman C C L Co, res 

same 
" Saddle M Miss, student, res 1472 

12th 
" Thos A, captian brig W H Meyers, 

res 1213 Franklin 
Halley J, laborer S P Co. re?. 1157 7th 

,^ ^ , " John Mrs, res 1157 7th 

Broadw.-iy,' rms 22 and 2^, res 911 Hallgren Frederick, employe T A Moody, 
Peralta res 836 Brush 



res •_'2'.i L"Uisa 
HALL SAMUEL P (Hall & Earl) res 
1184 14tli 

" S L M.S. res 1070 21st 

" S Perry, engineer Oakland Contract- 
ing Co, res b5S West 

" Thos, butcher H Roberts, rea 326 
21st 

" Thos D, physician and surgeon, 8-'^5 



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Hailiday David W, cash boy Abraham- 
son Bros, res 1218 Kirkham 
" Dennis, hostler Chieftain Stables, res 

830 Linden 
" Wm, car repairer S P C•^ res 1218 

Kirkham 
" Wm T, real estate, res 1244 Adeline 
" see also HoUklay 
Hallinan James W, well borer, res 531 

34th 
Hallmeyer Chas G, shoemaker, 1720 

Telegraph ave, res 41st nr Grove, 

mail N Temescal 
" Gertrude Miss, res 40th nr Grove, 

mail N Temescal 
" Herman, box maker Eagle B & M Co, 

res 40th nr Grove, mail N Temescal 
" Jos, res 40th nr Grove, mail N Temes- 
cal 
" Louis, groceries and saloon, 40th nr 

Grove, res same, mail N Temescal 
" Louis Jr, cigar maker Adam Kraft, 

res 40th nr Grove, mail N Temes- 
cal 
Hallocher Michael L, groceries, 1409 San 

Pablo ave, res 566 18th 
Halloran John, res 1009 3d 
" Lena Miss, res 1537 Curtis 
" Maurice, laborer, S F, res 732 

Chester 
" nee also Holleran 
Hallowell Edward L, millwright, res 

Sutter nr Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
Hallquist M A, master mariner, res 1417 

lOth 
Hainan Richard, teamster G L & H 

Co, res Alameda 
" Richard Jr, meter setter G L & H 

Co, ras Alameda 
" Wm C, brass finisher Hersey it 

Chloupek, res 473 4th 
Halpin Dennis, gardener, res 538 39th, 

mail N Temescal 
" John J, car cleaner S P Co, res 1820 

Atlantic 
" Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1820 At- 
lantic 
•' Michael J, brakeman SP Co, res 1820 

Atlantic 
Halsey Gertrude Miss, student, res 1116 

Alice 
" Isaac S, dentist, 1055 Washington, 

rms 5 and 6, res 1116 Alice 
" Kate Miss, res 1116 Alice 
" Morman H, student, res 1116 Alice 
" Wilbur H, asst I S Halsey, res 1116 

Alice 
Halstead J S (The People's Theater) res 

Alameda 
Halsted Jas M, incubator mfr, 1312 

Myrtle, res same 
Halverson Henry, laborer, res 1226 30th 
" John, ship carpenter S P Co, res 1226 

30th 



Ham H H Mrs, seamstress P P C Co, 

res 1522i 7th 
" Lillie P Miss, seamstress P P C Co, 

res 1522i 7th 
" Mary A Miss, res 1457 Mvrtle 
" Nellie Miss, seamstress P P C Co, res 

1522 J 7th 
Hamada H G, draughtsman C Man, res 

SF 
Hamann August, butcher Rice & White, 

res 1057 Webster 
Hamb Katie E Miss, res 833 30th 
" Maggie G Miss, res 833 3i)th 
" Richard, apprentice McGovern, Ca- 

hill & Co, res 833 30th 
" ^^illiam J, driver Manhatten Engine 

Co No 5, res 833 30th 
Hamblen Douglas, laborer G L & H 

Co, res Brooklyn Restaurant 
Hambleton Frederick, carpenter, res 63 

6th 
" James, cement layer, res 63 6th 
" William H, special delivery messen- 
ger post office, res 63 6th 
Hamblim Alice Miss, res 566 22d 
Hambright L May Miss, res 1107 Alice 

HAMBURG BREMEN FIRE IN- 
SURANCE CO, John Martens 
agent, 459 9th 
Hamby Geo W, carpenter, res 1745 Fil- 
bert 

" John W, carpenter, res 1745 Filbert 
Hamel Leontine Miss, artist, 1424 10th, 
res same 

" Peter, carpenter, res 1423 10th 

" Tancred P. printer Mwning Times, 

res 1424 10th 
Hamelin J Mrs, milliner Miss A Thibault, 
res 833 Madison 

"& Thibault (William Hamelin and 
Joseph Thibault) carriage makers 
and horseshoers, 658 Broadway 

'• William W (Hamelin &tThibault) res 

883 Madison 
Hamer Henry, steward Sausalito, res 515 

10th 
Hamerton Chas W, police officer (city) 

res 1251 Clay 
Hamilton Annie E Miss, res e s Halleck 
nr Park ave, mail Emeryville 

" Auswell L, clerk Whittier, Fuller & 
Co. res 361 10th 

" Charles AV, painter, res SW cor 4th 
ave and E 20th 

" Clara F Mrs, res 1165 Jackson 

" Claude, engineer R P M Greeley, res 
6084th 

" C Y, real estate, 468 9th, res 582 E 
12th 

" D, train baggageman S P Co 

" Edwin P, builder and contractor, 569 
11th, res same 

" E JFMrs, re8 520E 11th 

*' F, ticket agt, S F, res Girard Hotel 



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Hamilton Frank, carpenter mill S P Co, 

res 1514 7th 
" Frederick R, employe (Jeo L Nus- 

baumer, res 11G5 Jackson 
" G Anthony, engineer, S F, res 270 

E 10th 
" George, with Hallahan Bros, 854 

Broadway 
" Hall, J C Gilson propr, SE cor 13th 

and Jeti'erson 
" Harry, carpenter, res rear 843 Fallon 
" Harry, painter, res 1403 Franklin 
" Henry (i, laborer Broadway Planing 

Mills, res Alameda 
HAMILTON HUGH, proprietor Cape 

Ann Bakery and Dining llooms, 

o6ii-577 12th, res same 
" John, C'ok Capitol Hotel, res same 
" Margaret Miss, saleslady Hugh Ham- 
ilton, res 569 12th 
" Milton, student, res 1325 16th ave 
" Napier, carpenter, res 1573 7th 
" Nellie Miss, milliner, res 270 E 10th 
" Place, runs w from Oakland ave (line 

of Piedmont Cable Ry) 1 blk n of 

24th 
" Robert D, car cleaner S P Co, res 

2242 Peralta 
" S M Mrs, res 604 ISth 
" W B, deputy naval officer, S F, res 

953 Madison 
" Wm, employe C C L Co, res 1260 

Kirkham 
" Wm C, mgr A L Bancroft & Co, S F, 

res 469 E 11th 
" Wm H H, carpenter S P Co, res 1325 

16th ave 
" Wm T, undertaker Taylor & Craw- 
ford, res Merritt House 
" Wm T, res w s Vernon ave, Vernon 

Heights 
Hamilton, see also Hamhleton 
Hamilton's Fraternal Hall, 1156>^ Wash- 
ington 
Hamlin Lester, student, res 1273 13th 

ave 
" Minnie Miss, res 1273 13th ave 
" see also Hamelln 
Hamm Nicholas, foreman painter S P Co, 

res 1029 Willow 
" see aUo Ham 
Hammack Charles R, tender Pac I and 

N Wks, res 726 3d 
" Fred, nailer, res 707 Market 
" George K, laborer, res 707 Market 
" Joseph, laborer, res 707 Market 
" Lafayette, res 707 Market 
Hammell May D Miss, domestic, 602 E 

15th 
Hammer C J Mrs, teacher Tompkins 

School, res 1605i Broadway 
*' Edna Miss, res 1605J Broadway 
" Herman F, dental student, S F, res 

1503 12th 



Hammer Ina Miss, teacher, res 1605^ 

Broad » a J' 
" J F Mrs, widow, res 1503 12th 
" Robert, studeat, res 16054 Broadway 
" Samutl K, compo.-itor J/or«/»7 yn/iM, 

res 1605 J Broadway 
" William W, clerk H A Glines, res 

1503 12th 
Hammerly A Miss, res 1831 Adeline 
" Frederick, employe Cal Door Co, res 

1831 Adeline 
" Frederick J, machine hand Burnham- 

Standeford Co, res 1831 Adeline 
Hammerschmidt Augu t, painter, res 

.521 18th 
Hammersley Alfred S, carpenter, res 

1115 E25th 
Hammill .J, helper S P Co 
Hanimon W P (Alexander & Hammon) 

res Rio Bonito, Butte Co 
Hammond Ann E Mrs, res Old Ladies' 
Home 
" Horace A, engineers P Co, res 862 

Chester 
" L A, barber, ."ilO 7th, res same 
"MI Mrs, artist, 920 Broadway, rm 

24, res same 
HAMMOND RICHARD H, %-ice pres- 
ident M J Keller Co, 1007 and 1009 
Broadway, res 567 8th 
" Samuel, pressman P P Pub Co, res 

714 11th 
" Wm H, res 718 Filbert 
Hamon Thomas H, fireman str Bay City, 

res 981 Campbell 
Hampel A Miss, res 1120 16th ave 
'' Andrew, traveling salesman, res 1124 

loth ave 
" Fred C, bakery and confectionery, 

761 E 12th, res same 
" Fred C, carriage maker, 1414 Broad- 
way, res 1416 Broadway 
" H Mrs, res 761 E 12th 
" Henry, blacksmith, 807 E 14th, res 

1120 16th ave 
" Henry F, blacksmith Pav Co, res 

521 25th 
" Mary Miss, res 1120 16th ave 
" see also Hempel 

Hampton J & Co (John and James 
Hampton) coal, wood and grain, NE 
cor Telegraph ave and 22d 
" James (J Hampton & Co) res 1600 

Telegraph ave 
" John (J Hampton it Co) res 1608 

Telegraph ave 
" Thomas N, conductor C St Ry Co, 

res 567 40th, mail Oakland 
" Wilson G, plumber, 1727 7th, res 

1130 E 16th 
H ana van Eva Miss, student, res 1942 

Myrtle 
" Philip, machine hand, S F, res 1942 
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Hanby Paul N, druggist Fred Sandelin, 
res ITO'J 7th 
" see also Hanihij 

Hancock Cliarles 8, paper hanger, res 
14il>^ San Pablo ave 
" M Mrs, res 1416^ San Pablo ave 
" Martha A Mrs, res 1326 bt\\ ave 
" Susan Mrs, res 1559 8th 
Hand Edward, laborer, res 1975 Broad- 
way i 
" Frank, trackman S P Co 
" James, trackman S P Co 
" James, laborer, res 1975 Broadway 
" Lelia Mrs, res 513 *24th I 
" Mollie L Miss, res 513 24th 
" Patrick, employe Phillips & Care, 

res 1624 Myrtle 
Hanolew D, laborer, res NW cor 13th 

ave and E 11th 
Handy Brayton E, pres Del Rio Rey 
Raisin and Fig Co, and (Handy & 
Gray, S F) res 915 Filbert 
" John, boiler maker S P Co, res 804 

Cedar 
Handy Jos/iwi B, died July 19, 1892 
" Lucieu H, sec Del Rio Rey Vineyard, 
Fresno, rfs 915 Filbert i 

" Rosanna Mrs, res 922 Chester 
'« Wm L, res 922 Chester i 

" W N, l)rakeman S P Co, res 922 Ches- 
ter 
Haney Archibald, res 453 8th 
Han ford Georgie Bell Miss, res 1205 

Peralta 
" James M, paymaster S P Co, res 1205 

Peralta 
" James M Jr, clerk, S F, res 1205 

Peralta 
" Libbie Miss, printer J K Miller, res 

1205 Peralta 
Hanifin Block, J J Hanifin proprietor,! 
1457 San Pablo ave ' 

" Everett, student, res 1403 Grove 
" Herbert, student, res 1403 Grove 
HANIFIN J J (J J Hanitin & Co) res 

1403 drove 
HANIFIN J J JR, chief deputy tax 
collector (county) i-es Hotel Al- 
bany 
HANIFIN J J & CO (J J Hanifin and 
Frank Kane) billiard parlors and 
saloon, 475 14th and NW cor 
Broadway and 7th 
" N Mrs, res 2104 San Pablo ave 
Hanka Charles, cement laver, res 1860 

8th 
Hankin Wm H, agt Anglo-American 

Gas Control Co, res 817 Jackson 
Hanks John G, private detective, res 

166 E 15th 
Hanley Bernard, laborer, res 1068 Camp- 
bell 
" Charles T, brakeman S P Co, res 1607 
7th 



Hauley Ernest, cigar mfr, SW cor San 

Pablo and Park aves, res same, mail 

Oakland 
" James F, salesman M Hanley, res 

1507 7th 
" Joseph, teamster P)roadway Planing 

Mills, res 1011 E 15th 
" Kate W, domestic, res 320 Durant 
" Margaret Mrs, res SW cor San Pablo 

and Park aves, mail Oakland 
" Martin J, salesman M Hanley, res 

1507 7th 
" Mary, employe Cal Cotton Mills Co, 

res"i011 E l5th 
" Michael, groceries and liquors, 1507 

7th, res same 
" Michael J, clerk and extraman En- 
gine Co No 1, res 530 10th 
" Patrick, shoemaker, res 76 < Castro 
" Richard, driver Hayes & Co, res n s 

Dalton ave nr Green, mail Golden 

Gate 
" Rose Mrs, res 1011 E 15th 
" Sarah Miss, employe Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 1011 E 15th 
" Wm J, letter carrier, res 1013 E 15th 
" see also Hanly 
Hanlon Andrew, blacksmith W Morck, 

res 969 Grove 
" Jeremiah, blacksmith S P Co, res 

1865 Goss 
" John J, lineman S Tel Tel Co, and 

extraman Hook and Ladder Co No 

1, res 969 Grove 
" Margret Mrs, res 969 Grove 
" Mary A Miss, res 969 Grove 
" Peter T, longshoreman, res 1366 Camp- 
bell 
Hanly John, dry goods, 1051 Washing- 
ton, res Juanita Hotel 
Hanna Cecil L, ticket agt N P R R, S 

F, res 1510 Market 
" H K, atty at law, res 967 Harrison 
" James C, salesman C & A Nordhau- 

sen, res Merritt House 
" Willian, asst A Brown, res 230 12th 
Hannaford Edwin T, miller, S F, les 

458 5th 
Hannaford Madeline P Mrs, died Oct 28, 

1891 
" May Miss, dressmaker, res 458 5th 
" Nellie Miss, res 458 5th 
Hannah James, carpenter, res 562 11th 
" James E, contractor and builder, res 

1014 16th 
" Lizzie, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
Hannan Anna Miss, res 658 Adeline 
" B G Miss, 

sal e s 1 a d y 

res 761 5th _ 

" Charles, salesman J T Moran, res 658 

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" ES Mrs, res 761 5th 



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res 7(31 5th 

" Patrick, employe U C .St Ky Co, res 
46th nr Grove, mail N Temescal 

" Wm F, physician, res 761 5th 

" Wm F Jr (Troy Towel Co) res 761 5th 
Hannigan John P, boiler maker, res 136 
Hannah 

" Theresa Miss, res 136 Hannah 

" Willie J, student, res 136 Hannah 
Hanning David, driver Log Cabin Bak- 
ery, res '2075 San Pablo ave 
Hannon Michael, laborer V L Fortin, 
res 729 5 th 

" Michael, employe Jwdson Manufac- 
turing Co, res n s Park ave nr Hub- 
bard, mail Emeryville 
HANRAHAN LIZZIE MRS, grocer- 
ies and notions, 229 3d, res same 

" Peter N, driver Pioneer Soda Works, 
res 664 25th 
HANS GEORGE T, manager Brooklyn! 
Brtwery, SW cor 18th ave and F^! 
14th, res 879 E 14th 
Hanscom Meldon I, agt Pacific Mutualj 
Life Insurance Co, 902 Broadway, 
res Berkeley 

" May Miss, operator S Tel Tel Co, res 

Berkeley , 

Hansen A, laborer, res 161 7th I 

" Alice Miss, employe C C L Co 

" Andrew, teamster J P Taylor, res 
306 7th 

" Annie, domestic, res SE cor 13th and| 

Jefferson 
HANSEN ASMUS H (Hansen & Co) 

res 320 Ururr.m, S F 
HANSEN ASMUS W (Hansen & Co)| 
ros 861 Wood I 

" August, clerk Eiben & Nor, res 943i 
Peralta I 

" B A, cook Brookl)n House, res same 

" Bergethe Miss, domestic, 1865 Tele- 
graph ave 

" C, waiter Brooklyn R-staurant, res 
NW cor 13th ave and E 11th 

" Charles (Jorgensea & Hansen) res 
1104ElSth 

" Christ, dairy, Claremont ave nr Sum- 
mer, res same, mail N Temescal 

" Christ, special police officer and 
watchman Cal Cotton Mills, res 617 
Valdez, E Oakland 
HANSEN & CO (Asmus H and Asmus 
W Hansen) proprietors The Pied- 
mont, 861 Wood ; 

" Edward, driver Oakland Brewery, res 1 
1401 Franklin 

" Emma Miss, res 1307 13th ave 

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Hansen Gertrude Miss, domestic, 685 

34th 
" Gulik, seaman, res 759 Castro 
" Hans, gardener A C Dietz, res same, 

mail Oakland 
" Hans, sailor, res 914 22d 
" Hans J, laborer, res 1401 Boehmer 
" Hans J, laborer Cal Potteiy & T C 

Co, res Lorin 
" Henry D, cigars and tobacco, 1762 

7th, res 1122 Campbell 
" Henry H, plumber Thos Hutton <fe 

Co, res 617 Valdez, E Oakland 
" J, laborer Remillard Brick Co 
" Jas, laborer, res 416 7th 
" Jas, res 819 Isabella 
" J C, captain schooner Lillehonne, S 

F, res 1061 Willow 
" Jens, painter, res 463 B 
" Jens C, editor Scandinavian Pub Co, 

S F, res 683 24 th 
" J M, carpenter, res S54 Harrison 
" Johanna Miss, employe Cal Cotton 

Mills Co, res 617 Valdez, E Oakland 
" John, captain str Point Arena, S F, 

res 125 Ettie 
" John, laborer, 358 7th 
" John, shoemaker, res 1104 E 15th 
" John T D, saloon, NE cor 10th and 

Franklin, res 256 8th 
" Katie N Miss, domestic, 551 Albion 
" Lena Miss, cup winder Cal Cotton 

Mills Co, res 617 Valdez, E Oakland 
" Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 1071 13th 

ave 
" Mary Miss, weaver Cal Cotton Mills 

Co, res 617 Valdez, E Oakland 
" Meta Miss, domestic, 762 9th 
" Peter, res 1007 5th 
" Peter, res 819 Isabella 
" Peter, master mariner, res 1007 22d 
" Peter C, teamster Biirnham-Stande- 

ford Co, res 479 24th 
" Rasmus, gardener Blair Park, res 

Wallsworth ave nr Pearl 
" RobtP, tailor, res 1061 E 15th 
" Theodore, res 1702 13th ave 
" Thorwald, cement layer, S F, res 807 

H arrison 
Hansen's Hall, SW cor Wood and Goss 
Hanson Ada A Miss, res 71 1 Brush 
*' Andrew, watchman sti Piedmont, res 

131 Ettie 
" Annie Miss, domestic, 1217 Market 
" Arthur, ironworker Judson Manufac- 
turing Co, res 131 Kttie 
" Benjamin, deck hard str Oakland 
" C, fireman str Oakland 
" Clarence S, carpenter G A Kirk, res 

962 Madison 
" Ed, coaler S P Co 
" E H, clerk. S F. res 1013 7th ave 
" Edward M, machinist, S F, res 131 

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Hanson Ellen Mrs, res 718 2d 
" Geo C, employe S Anderson, res 131 

Ettie 
" Johannes T C, res 1702 13th ave 
" John, stableman James Tread well, 

Broadway nr McAdam 
HANSON KARL E, manager Globe 

Tea and Grocery Co, 1100 23d ave, 

res University uxe nr narrow gauge 

track, Berkeley 
" Martin, deckhand str Oakland 
" Nels, watchmaker, res Koss House 
" Nicholas, laborer S P Co. res 1661 

Atlantic 
" Nils, gardener J P Garlick 
" Otto P, tailor, 974 7th, res same 
" Robert, caipeuter, res 1616 23d ave, 

Fruitvale, mail Oakland 
" Robert, gard' ner M T Hjlcomb, 

Linda Yis^a Terrace 
" Roy L, res 9G2 Midison 
" Samuel, trackman S P Co 
" Sophia, employe C C L Co, res same 
" Thoa E, searcher Fred L Krause, res 

711 Brush 
" Thos N (Hanson & Young) res 711 

Brush 
" Walter C, clerk F A Davis, res 962 

Madison 
" Wm H, foreman car cleaner pier S 

P Co, res i:S7o 12th 
•' & Young (T N Hanson and M D 

Young) saloon, 4 5 8th 
Hantzsch Mary Mrs, res Old Ladies'. 

Home i 

Hanush Jos, harness maker R J Beeby, ' 

res 214 Harlan i 

Happ Daniel, laborer, res 735 Magnolia, [ 

rear | 

" Marcus, gents' furnishings, 477 7th, 

res 854 Ad' line ! 

" Rebecca Miss, res 854 Adeline 
" Simon, carpenter and builder, 661| 

3d, res same • 

Harbert Helena Mrs, res Old Ladies' 

Home 
Harbidge Alice E Miss, res e a Halleck 

nr Park ave, mail Emeryville ^ 

" Arthur E, laborer Paraffine Paint 

Co, rea e a Halldck nr Park ave,! 

mail Emeryville 
" Wm G, ropemaker, e s Halleok nr 

Park ave, res same, mail Emery- 
ville 
Harbinson Daisy F Miss, res 1144 E 

17th 
" Geo W. inspector U S customs, S F, 

res 1144 E 17th 
" Wm G, plumber M De La Montanya, 

res 1144 E 17th 
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HarborView Council No 188,0 C F,me-ts 

first and third Monday pvening.s, 

Niedt's Hal), SW cor San Pablo and 

Bon Ton aves, (J-oltlen (xate 

Harbourne Henry, res n s Moss ave tr 

Telegraph ave, mail Oakland 
Harbridge C, boltmaker .ludson Manu- 
facturing Co 
Harden Eliza C Mrs, widow, res 94 1 

Union 
" Frank B, news agt, res 944 Poplar 
Hardenbergh Chas P, cigars and tobace , 
SW cor 13th ave and E llth, res .01 
E llth 
" Jessie Miss, res 1059 Jackson 
" Percy, res 1059 Jackson 
" Sarah Mrs, res 1059 Jackson 
Hardie Mark J, contractor and build* i, 

2036 E 14th, res same 
Hardiman John, laborer Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res e s Hubbard ni- 
Park ave, mail Emeryville 
Harding A, capitalist, res 861 Adeline 
" Aug\ist Jr, electrical engineer, S I', 

res 861 Adeline 
" Florence Miss, res 861 Adeline 
" Franz, propr Harding's Hotel, 614 

618 Broadway, res same 
" Jas W, atty s/c law, S F, res 952 

Kirkham 
" Marie Miss, res 861 Adeline 
'* Mary Mrs, res 860 Lydia 
" Reinhardt, atty at law, res 861 Ade- 
line 
" Robt A, seaman, res 417 E 12th 
Harding's Hotel, Franz Harding propr, 

614-618 Broadway 
Hardman Jas W (G R Read & Co) re-i 

Alameda 
Hardwick E P, master mariner, res 1659 

8th 
Hardy A D Mrs, res 678 ?4th 
" Bessie L Miss, res 678 24th 
" Chas G, with W B Hardy, 961 Broad- 
way, res 1383 Franklin 
" Emma N Miss, compositor P P Pub 

Co, res 661 9th 
" E S Mrs. widow, nurse, res 661 9th 
" Estelle Miss, student, res 616 E 24tl) 
" G^o, gasfitter Louis Dahl, rea Hard- 
ing's Hotel 
HARDY GEORGE F, real estate, 454 
9th, res 12:7 llth ave 
" Harry D (F J Edwards & Co) res 678 

24th 
" Irene Miss, teacher Oakland High 

School, res 1212 Jefferson 
" John H, employe Wells, Fargo & 

Co, S F, res 1263 llth ave 
" John J, ins agt. res 1666 Broadway 
" Joseph, barber W H Stewart, res8"0 

Jefferson 
" J Ross, student dentistry, res '3S:; 
Franklin 



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Hardy Lillian D Mis9,re8'26th ave nr Old 
County road, Fruitvale, mail same 

" [jillian V Miss, res 1 ."iSS Franklin 

" Louis, res 'Jlith ave nr Old County 
road, Fruitvale, mail same 

" Louisa Mrs, res '2()th ave nr Old 
Count}' road, Fruitvale, mail same 

" Lowell i, capitalist, res 715 Market 

" Loweil J Jr, atty at law, S F, res 
616 E -Znh 

" Lydia B Mrs, res 1313 8th ave 

"ME Mrs, res 616 E 24th 

" Sophie B Miss, res 1383 Franklin 

" Summer, student, res 1383 Franklin 

" Tracy S, with W B Hardy, 961 
Broadway, res 1383 Franiilin 

HARDY WM B, bookseller and sta- 
tioner, 961 i3roadway, res 1383 
Franklin 

" Wm F, res 1383 Franklin 

" Wright B, student, res 1383 Frank- 
lin 

Hardy, see also Hardie 

Hare A J, res SE cor Benton and Ade- 
line, mail Lorin 

" Charles A, l)ookkeeper, S F, res SE 

cor Benton and Adeline, mail Lorin 

' Emn a .Miss, music teacher, res SE 

cor Beaton and Adeline, mail Lorin 

" Laura Miss, res SE cor Bentcm and 
Adeline, mail Lorin 

" Sarah J Mrs, res Old Ladies' Home 

" see also I/<iir 

Harehar Mary Mrs, widow, res 1319 
12th 

Ilarfst Herman, sroceries and liquors, 
1930 and 1932 Broadway, res same 

Harger J T, brakeman S P Co, res 932 
Union 

Hargreaves Thomas W, carpenter res 
845 33d 

Haring John J, salesman, res 1015 16th 

Harington Arthur H, student, res SE 
cor 11th and Folsom, mail Golden 
Gate 
"DM Mrs, res SE cor 11th and Fol- 
som, mail Golden Gate 
" Frederick S, clerk, res SE cor 11th 
and Folsom, mail Golden Gate 

Harjes Helen Mrs, res 862 Chester 

William E, draughtsman, res 862 
Chester 



Harkin Frank W, cement worker Geo H 

Freiermuth, res S F 
" William H, cement worker Geo H 

Freiermuth, res S F 
Harkins Daniel H, plumber, res 1422 6th 

ave 
" John, dealer in lace curtains, 408 13th, 

res same 
" M E Mrs, confectionery, 317 E 12th, 

res 1422 6th ave 
Harkinson Betty Miss, res 763 12th 
" C Mrs, res 1951 Grove 
Harkinson D D, res 1951 Grove 
" Frank R, res 1951 Grove 
" John L, bookkeeper, S F, res 1951 

Grove 
Harland Charles C, piano tuner, res 962 

Washington 
" William, porter P P C Co, res 756 

Willow 
Harley Maria Miss, teacher music, 1104 

Market, res same 
Harlock Robert E, boiler maker, res 

1714 8th 
" Thomas, boiler maker S P Co, res 

1714 8th 
" Thomas Jr, car cleaner S P Co, res 

1714 8th 
" Wm J, mill hand, res 1714 8th 
Harlow Adelaide Mrs, res Vernon ave nr 

College ave, mail N Temescal 
" Charles A, clerk A Barstow, res 767 

20th 
" Edward W, mechanic The American 

Gas Machine Co, res 215 13th 

■ Elmer, driver Oakland R R Co, res 
Vernon ave nr College ave, mail N 
Temescal 

' Frank, driver Oakland R R Co, res 
Vernon ave nr College ave, mail N 
Temescal 

' Hannah A Mrs, forewoman Cal Cot- 
ton Mills Co, res 570 Kennedy 

' J Mrs, res 504 15th 

■ Lloyd C, machinist Cal Cotton Mills 
Co, res 570 Kennedy 

' Lucy Mrs, res 865 Center 

' Myron W, dining car conductor S P 

Co, res 967 Cypress 
' Wilbur, driver Oakland R R Co, res 

Vernon ave nr College ave, mail N 

Temescal 



Names belonging in Fruitvale, Golden Gate, Temescal and Emery- 
ville will be found in the Oakland portion of the work, as it is found 
more satisfactory to have them arranged in this manner, owing to the 
boundaries being so indefinite and it will lessen the trouble of searching 
for names. 



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HARLOW WM S. under sheriflf Court 

House, res SO) Center 
Harmes E i\ princii»al Peralta District 

School, res Fairview and Deakin, 

mail Peralta 
Harmon A K P, pres ChoUar and Potosi 

Mining Co, 8 F, res 156S Webster 
HARMON A K P JR (Harmon & Fen- 

tou) res Park ave nr E 14th, Fruit- 
vale 
" Annie Miss, artist, SF, res 533 Knox 

ave 
•' Anuie L Miss, artist, S F, res 524 

.Simpson ave 
" Carrie Mrs, res 616 Kennedy 
Harmon Dana, removed to Laurel, Cal 

HARMON & FENTON (A K P flar- 

mou J r and \V E Fenton) general 
insurance ai^ents 958 Broadway 
" Henry, painter, res 755 Clay 
" Loriuda C Miss, res 616 Kennedy 
" Michael, track foreman S P Co, res 
HEa cor Powell and 3d, mail Emery- 
ville 
" Roberdeau, physician and surgeon, 
969 Broadway, rms 50 and 51, hours 
1 to 3 p m, res same 
Harms Elmer, clerk J Kornahrens, res 
1602 «an Pablo ave 
" Herman, clerk, 8 F, res 631 14th 
" Richard G, clerk, S F, res 631 14th 
" Wm T, clerk, S F, res 631 14th 
Harnett Charlotte E jSlrs, res 569 5th 
" Edmund R, casii boy R T Kennedy 
' & Co, res 569 5th 

" Wm J P, salesman Greenhood & Gil- 
more, res 569 5th 
Harney Edward J, fruit peddler, res s s 

45th nr Grove, mail N Temescal 
" James T, fruit and produce, res 2153 

West 
" Katie Miss, res 518 45th, mail N 

Temescal 
" Robert, gastitter The Anglo- Ameri- 
can Gas Control Co, res 7o4 Brush 
Harper Media Miss, domestic, 1336 
I Myrtle 

. " WiiUam, 712 17th 
Harred J A, janitor, res 1631 Myrtle 
Harrell L A Mrs, res f 58 Hobart 
Harries William H, agt Hongkong and 
Shanghai Banking Corporation, S F, 
res 1361 Jackson 
Harrigan John W, engineer S P Co, res 
■ 1685 Chase 

[ " see also Horrigan 
Harrington Adela Miss, student, res n a 
40th nr (rrove, mail Oakland 
' " Charles F, painter W H Siedentopf, 
res 1003 Webster 
" Charles H, painter S P Co, res 1003 
' Webster 

I " Daniel H, fireman S P Co, res 755 
Market 



Harriwjtoii Felu, died Dec 14, 1891 

" Georj-e H, capitalist, res 328 E 14th 

" Hannah Miss, res 755 Market 

" John, cigars and tobacco, 627 E 12th, 
res 610 E 16th 

" John, real estate, res 957 Campbell 

" John F, saloon, 917 7th, res 755 
Market 

" John J, messenger Dr E H Woolsey, 
res Oakland Hospital and Hotel for 
Invalids 

" Joseph T, printer Taylor Printing 
Co, res 610 E 16th 

" Julia Mrs, res 712 Linden 

" L Ransom, clerk, S F, res 979 E 14th 

" M Miss, dressmaker May Howard, 
res 957 Campbell 

" M Mrs, lodginjjs, 1309 Broadway, res 
same 

" Martha G Miss, res 1003 Webster 

" Mary A Mis?, cashier Taft & Pen- 
noyer, res 1003 Webster 

" Michael, laborer, res 655 Linden 

" Thos, barber J K Vincent, res 610 E 
16th 

" Timothy, laborer S P Co, res 755 
Market 

" AV alter V, carpenter, res 610 E 16th 

" W C, physician, res 1057 10th ave 

" Wm, medical student Dr E M Pater- 
son, res 1057 10th ave 

" see also Harington 

Harris Abraham L,salesmau Jonas Bros' 
Clothing Co, res 779 12th 

•' Ada Miss, res 1766 Sth 

"AH Mrs, res 1164 Peralta 

" Alexander, barber shop Piedmont 
Baths, res Grand Western Hotel 

" A R Mrs, propr Bushell House, 462 
12th, res same 

" Bessie Miss, compositor, res 1319 
10th 

" Chas W, res 1373 12th ave 

" Edith Miss, res 1319 10th 

" Edward A, real estate and ins, 466 
9th, res 1766 Sth 

" E J Miss, res 1156 Madison 

" Ellen A Mrs, res e s 11th nr Folsom, 
mail Golden Gate 

" Flora Miss, student, res 912 6th ave 

" Frank, res 265 12th 

" Frank, laborer Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 

" Geo, porter P P C Co, res 1517 7th 

" Geo D, sec Wentworth B & S Co, res 
SF 

" G H, pressman P P Pub Co, res 315 
8th 

" Glenora B Miss, miUiner Mrs L Mc- 
Donald, res 722 Center 

" Henry, res 912 6th ave 

House (lodgings) J N H Harris propr, 
860 Broadway 
Jacob L, cutter, res 912 6th ave 



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Capital Paid up and Guaranteed ,, $30,000,000 

Cash Assets ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, 20,029,320 

Cash Assets in United States, ,, 2,032,576 

Income in 1891, FIRE, ,, ,, ,, 3,801,856 

Losses Paid Since Organization, Over 25,000,000 

Commenced Business in 1824. 



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Harris Jas D, teamster, res 620 E 16tk 
" Jas N H, propr Harris House, 860 

Broadway, res same 
" J B, clerk A C Gedder, res 417 9th 
" John, hostler Gates & Peterson 
" John A, atty at law, S F, res 1012 

21st 
" John N, ship carpenter S P Co, res 

1319 10th 
" John W, wines and liquors, 413 12th, 
res 1517 Brush 
HARRIS JOSEPH, merchant tailor, 
clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 
915 Broadway, res 212 12th 
" Jos, cook, res 817 Henry 
" Leah Miss, res 212 12th 
" M Mrs, res 1164 Peralta • 

" Mabel Miss, res 1156 Madison 
" Mary A Miss, student, res 825 33d 
" M C Rev, supt Japanese M E Mis- 
sion, res 562 13th 
" Robt A, res 1156 Madison 
" Robt M, carpenter, res 825 33d 
" Sabin, farmer, res 265 12th 
" Sadie Mrs, res 1681 Valdez off 22d 
" Saml, barber Gatter & Fox, res 1270 

Broadway 
" Stephen D, salesman J W Harris, res 

1279 8th ave 
" Wm, employe Olympic Club, S F, res| 

716 Henry 
" Wm I, conductor C St Ry Co, res 
s s 44th nr Telegraph ave, mail, 
N Temescal i 

' ' Wm R, carpenter, res 722 Center I 
" Wm W,ins agt.S F,res 1369 6th avej 
" see also Han-ies 

Harrison Benj, marine engineer, res 916| 
7th ave j 

" Benj F, student, res 916 7th ave 
HARRISON & BOYCE (T G Harrison 
and S B Boyce) wholesale and re- 
tail grocers, 473 and 475 12tb, tele- 1 
phone 41 | 

" Clara Mrs, res 411 7th 
" Frank J, clerk, res 616 3d 
" John, carpenter, res East Oakland) 
Hotel I 

" Jos M, porter P P C Co, res 1721 ! 

Myrtle 
" J W, brakeman S P Co 
" M Mrs, res Felton nr Herzog, mail 

Golden Gate 
" Mary L Mrs, res 1710 19th ave 
" Ollie Miss, res Blake Block, rm 74 
" Park, bet 6th and 7th and Alice and 

Harrison 
" Robt J, editor, S F, res 616 3d 
" Robt J Jr, clerk, S F, res 616 3d 
' ' School, Miss H M Mullen principal, 

4th and Harrison 
" S N, contractor and builder, rea w s] 
Shattnck ave opp 49th, mail K, 
Temescal I 



Harrison T F, res Blake Block, rm 74 
" Thos, waiter Athenian Club.res same 
HARRISON THOMAS G (Harrison & 

Boyce) res 962 Market 
Harrold Frank, sec Wellman, Peck & 
Co, S F, res SW cor 26th ave and 
Old County road, Fruitvale 
" Geo W, cashier Wheaton & Luhrs, S 

F, res 1307 E 16th, Fruitvale 
" Jas, commission merchant, S F, res 

1307 E 16th, Fruitvale 
" Jas H, salesman, S F, res 1305 E 

16th, Fruitvale 
" Lizzie C Miss, res 1307 E 16th,Fruit- 

vale 
" Mary A Miss, res 1307 E 16th,Fmit- 

vale 
" Mary L Miss, res 1307 E 16th, Fruit- 
vale 
narrower Henry, carpenter, S F, res 

1023 Kirkham 
" Jessie Miss, res 1023 Kirkham 
Harrub Katherine M Miss, res 568 25th 
" Walter B, pres The American Gas 
Machine Co, 318 7th,res 568 25th 
Harshbarger Sherman C, salesman 

Hart Charles, mail clerk Tribune, res 

580 34th 
" Chas F, res nr College and 2d aves, 

mail Lorin 
" Danl, porter P P C Co, res 658 5th 
" Danl, saloon, 622 Broadway, res 423 

2d 
" Edward, employe Cal Door Co, res 

1360 17th 
«' Edward H (Hart & Wooster, S F) 

res 943 Magnolia 
" Frank, cattle dealer, Arizona, res 

2118 Telegraph ave 
" Geo R, fireman S P Co, res 1782 At- 
lantic 
" Geo W, employe Cal Door Co, rea 

1360 17th 
" Helen D Miss, weaver Cal Jute Mills 

Co, res 580 34th 
" Jackson (Hulme & Hart, S F) res 

1069 Market 
" Jas, res 959 Clay 
' ' Jaa, capitalist, res 325 11th 
" Jane M Miss, weaver Cal Jute Mills 

Co, res 580 34th 
" Jessica Miss, atenographer, S F, res 

813 12th 
" Jessie Miss, dressmaker, res 1116 

Broadway 
" John A, deputy coroner and asst 

undertaker Henry Evers, res 864 

Washington 
Hart Joseph J, removed to Los Angeles, 

Cal 
" J Witbrow, res 1069 Market 




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Hart Louisa M Mrs, removed to Auburn, ! 

Cal j 

" Luana D Mrs, propr Oriental House, I 

864 Washington, res same 
" Lurliue Miss, res 10(59 Market ! 

" Margery Miss, dressmaker, res 1116 

Broadway 
" Mary A Mrs, res 580 34th 
" Mary A Miss, dressmaker, res 1116[ 

Broadway 
" Olia Miss, res 959 Clay 
" Richard B, painter Al Wood & Bro, 

res 580 34th 

" S Miss, res nr College and 2d aves,' 

mail Lorin i 

" Sarah J Mrs, res 813 12th j 

" Wm, sewing machine agt, res 823i 

Henry 
" Wm L, res 1069 Market \ 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co (of Hart- 
ford) Strong k Co agts, 460 9th 
Hartig Sophie Mrs, res 1317 7th . 

Hartington Hugh, clerk Agard & Co, res 
521 13th I 

Hartley Edward, stsir builder Jordan 

Bros, res S F 

" John W, clerk G A J Davis, res 826 1 

Kirkh am [ 

Hartman Wm, painter, res 230 Harlan 

Hartmann Chas, saloon, S F, res 827 

Filbert ' 

" Henry, ship carpenter S P Co, res 

1425 nth 
" J, ship calker S P Co, res 833 Bay 
" Wm, laborer Judson Manufacturing 
Co, res w s 5th nr Powell, mail 
Emery ville 
" Wm Jr, roller Judson Manufacturing 
Co, res w s 5th nr Powell, mail! 
Emeryville I 

Hartnett Casilear M, res 212 E 8th 
" Casilear M Jr, clerk C C W Co, res 

955 Grove 
Hartstone Henry, conductor Con P C 

Co, res 365 Orchard 
Hartwell Adelbert K, bookkeeper, res 

854 Brush 
Harty Alice Miss, res 822 21st j 

'* Maggie Miss, res 977 5th 
" Margaret Miss, res 822 2l8t 
" Mary Miss, res 977 5th j 

" Maurice, laborer, res 822 21st 
" Nellie Miss, res 977 5th 
" Patrick, laborer, res Eureka Hotel 
" Robt, oiler S P Co, res 977 5th 
Hartz John (Knox & Hartz) res 1821 

San Pablo ave 
Harvey Amelia Miss, res 1064 Wood 
" Benjamin F, marine engineer, res 

608 E 18th 
" Benjamin P, res 608 E 18th 
" Chas, molder, res 1505 22dave 
Harvey Charles D, removed to Auburn, 
Cal 



Harvey Cora Miss, res 1847 Webster 
" C S Mrs, res 1063 16th 
" Dora F Miss, res 1770 8th 
" Flora M Miss, music teacher, res 608 

E 18th 
" Frances Miss, domestic A H Cohen 
" Geo, druggist, S F, res 1534 Adeline 
" Geo, hostler S P Co 
" Geo H, captain tug Rescue, S F, res 

519 E 24th 
" John J, plumber, res 1770 8th 
" Jonah, capitalist, res 1064 Wood 
' ' Le Roy G, city agt Ins Co of N A, 

S F, res 1128 Filbert 
" Robt A, salesman, res 1149 19th 
"SB Mrs, res 714 14th 
" S S, res Tremont House 
" Wm, carpenter, res 1770 8th 
" Wm J, employe S P Co, res 1770 8th 
Harwood Anna Miss, res Prescott and 

Redwood road, Fruitvale, mail 

Station B 
" Martha Mrs, res 1617 12th 
" W R, res 819 Harrison 
Hasch John E, expressman, S F, res NW 

cor Yerba Buena ave and Hollis, 

mail Emeryville 
Haselbacher Chas, nurseryman, 40th nr 

Evoy ave, res same, mail Oakland 
" John A, brush mfr. Park, res same, 

mail Golden Gate 
Haselmann Andrew, plumber, S F, res 

Stanford ave nr Klinkner ave, mail 

Golden Gate 
Hasenmayer Alexander, gardener Chas 

Wilkens, 1034 Adeline 
Haskell Alice J Miss, res 811 Harri-on 
" Edwin T, car inspector S P Co, res 

811 Brush 
" E F Mrs, res 1154 Campbell 
" Frances E Mifis, res 811 Brush 
" Harry H, res 9;h2 Poplar 
" NoyesP, res 1558 8th 
" Orestes P, res 1011 Pine 
" Pembroke, res 1011 Pine 
" S N, pres Cal Tract and Missionary 

Society, 1059 Castro, res St Helena, 

Cal 
" Walter S, lather, res 1661 14th 
Haskins Carrie Miss, artist, res 545 Elm 
" Chas W, author, res 545 Elm 
Haslehurst Wm W, supt San Francisco 

Tool Co, S F, res 401 E Uth 
Haslett A Miss, student, res 829 Peralt.i 
Haslett Edward H, died May 9, 1892 
" J, heater helper Judson Manufactur- 
ing Co 
" John W, carpenter S P Co, res 829 

Peralta 
" see also Hazlett 

Hassard Henry, clerk Henderson & Gra- 
ham, res 1108 E 22d 
" Richard, gardener, res 1224 23d ave 
" see also Hazznrd 



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Hassler Anton, blacksmith Cal Door Co, 

res 1115 Campbell 
■' Jos, foreman Cal Door Co, res 1115 

Campbell 



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Margaret Mrs, dressmaker, res 623 

Park ave 
Maude M Miss, dressmaker, res 623 

Park ave 
Thomas S, porter Wm G Woods, res 

474 10th 



Hastings Alice Mrs, dressmaker, res 841 Haudbine Julius, carriage painter, S F, 

res 1516 Broadway 
fiaug Marj' Miss, res 1405 18th 
" Pauline Mrs, res 1405 ISth 
" Wm, employe Cal Door Co, res 1405 

18th 
Hauptstuck Robert, shoemaker, 603 E 
li'th. res same 

HAUSCHILDT HENRY, business 

manager Oakland Journal, res Red- 
wood road 
Hauser Caroline Miss, res 1124 Myrtle 
HAUSSLER F 0. superior fotog- 

rap IT, !)11 Broadway, res same 
Haven Charles, plumber Clarence Haven, 

res TOfi 1 (H.h 
HAVEN CHARLES D, resident secre- 
tary Liverpoiol and London and 
Globe Insurance Co, S F, res 1074 
Sth 
" Charles D Jr, ins agt, res 1074 Sth 1 
" Charles E, clerk, fS F, res 706 10th 
" Clarence, plumber and tinner, w s 
San Pablo ave nr Stanford ave, res 
Central ave nr San Pablo ave, mail 
(roldcn Gate 
" p:dwitrd, clerk, S F, res 1074 Sth 
" Edward A, mariner, res 706 10th 
" Frederick L, clerk, S F, res 177 E 
• 14th 

" Harrj' W, seaman, res 956 Pine 
" Henry, bookkeeper, 8 F, res 956 

Pine 
" James M, atty at law, S F, res 1329 

Harrison 
'* Lawrence, student, res 1074 Sth 
" Mabel Miss, res 706 10th 
" Mattie E Miss, student, res 1329 

Harrison 
" Philo, res 1329 Harrison 
" Wm P, clerk. S F, res 1116 Adeline 
Havens Albert W, secretary Con Vir- 
ginia Mining Co, S F, res 97 Vernon 
ave, Vernon Heights 
" Charles M (Delehanty & Havens) res 

907 Wood 
" Ethel M Miss, res 528 11th 



334 
" Elizabeth Mrs, res 560 E 22d 
" .los, night watchman S P Co, res 565 

E21st 
" NeNon L, carpenter, res 362 10th 
Has well Bell^ Miss, res 1118 Linden 
" Chas R. general delivery clerk post 

office, res lllS Linden 
" Lou M Miss, res 1118 Linden 
" Wm P. carpenter S P Co, res 1118 

Lindr-n 
Hatch Ash D, res 1221 Chestnut 
" Bi.die Mrs, res 870 20th 
" Chas E, atty at law, S F, res 17th 

bei Telegraph and San Pablo aves 
•• E.lwiu C, law clerk, S F, res 512 17th 
•' Emeiiue Mrs, dressmaker, res 1717 

Cha-e 
" Emma F Miss, res 1221 Chestnut 
'• Ephraim L, box maker, S F, res 315 

I'-ih 
" (Tcrtrude A Miss, student, res 1717 

Chase 
" Hiram E, contractor and builder, res 

1717 Chase 
■ Ida Mrs, dressmaker, res 709 27th 
• Jtl>ez, res 11 OS ^4 Broadway 
'■ .J.tnies, Hreman, res 366 2d 
" Jo.iu D, student, res 12;i0 7th 
'" .luidus L, inspector Immigration, S 

F, res 1023 Magnolia 
•• K.ite Mrs, res 1067 28th 
• Li. lie D Miss, r^s 1023 Magnolia 
■■ Miimie L Miss, music teacher, 1221 

Chestnut, res same 
" Win K. sampler Custom House, S F, 

res 1023 Magnolia 
Huttield -eorge K, cl-rk Brooks & Wil- 
kinson, res 12fJ0 5th ave 
" Wm M, real estate, res Juanita 

Hot I 
" W K. engineer, res 946 Poplar 
Hat lawiiy Annie Miss, music teacher, 

rt-s 1121 Sth ave 
" C F Mrs, res 1121 Sth ave 
'• Edward, res 363 5th 



Frederick .\1, clerk, res 1121 Sth ave Havem Florence Miss, died Aug 11, 1891 



.James E, employe Dr Blouin, res 806 
Broadway 
Hatt'in Kdward, barber J S Sarrett, res 

623 Park ave 
'• Frdnk V, mill hand Pioneer Planing 

Mills, res 1516 5th 
• ( if'orge F. city editor Oakland Daibj 
'/"ri/'f/n^ res 417 Sth 



Francis .1, bookkeeper Oakland Home 

Ins Co, res Blake House 
Frank C, mpr American Investment 

Union (of N Y) S F, res Vernon 

Heights 
Heuiy R, bookkeeper A L Stone, and 

notary public, 908 Broadway, res 

NE cor 11th and Clay 



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HAVENS H H, attorney at law, Blake 

Block, luGo W'auhiiifjtoii, rm 31, res 

528 1 1 th 
HAVENS H H MRS. superintendent 

Blake Block, 10(35 Washington, res 

o'2S 11 til 
" John F, atty at law, 864^ Broadway, 

res 428 E 23d 
" Sa-YonXa M Mrs, botanical drug- 
gist, 530 8th, Home for the Sick 

428 K 23d, res same 
Havey Hugh, laborer, res 674 26th 
Haviland Perry A, office man Geo L 

Nusbaumer, res 66i Tnttle Court 
Havill Percy, toreman, S F, res 1430 

23d ave 
Havlin Thomas, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
" Wm G, bwitchman S P Co, res 661 

9th I 

Hawes Henry A, decorator, S F, res' 

1249 Broadway 
" Helen B Miss, res 1001 Jackson 
" Margaret Miss, kindergartner, res 

1001 Jackson 
" Wm G, compositor Oakland Enquirer, 

res 1249 Broadway ' 

" William H, master mariner, res 1001 ' 

Jackson 
' ' see also Haws and Howes 
Hawkes Ann Mrs, res 812 Myrtle i 

" Charles H, cabinet maker, res NWi 

cor Piedmont ave and Howard ' 

" John, lamp lighter Oakland Gas, 

Light and Heat Co, res 765 7th 
" Robert H, druggist W D Aplin & Co, 

res 812 Myrtle 
Hawkett M B Mrs, res 1651 Lincoln 
" Wm G, chief deputy county assessor, 

res 1651 Lincoln 
Hawkhurst F Mrs, res 811 E 22d 
Hawkins Alfred, clerk, res 865 Filbert 
" Chester W, clerk, res 1779 Goss 
" C T, waiter P P C Co, res S F 
" J, watchman str Oakland \ 

" John, laborer, res Echo ave, Glen 

Echo Tract 
" Louise J Miss, res 1779 Goss 
" Maggie Miss, res 668 E 15th 
" Mary Mrs, res 1115 Willow 
" Mary E Mrs, teacher Prescott School, 

res 1779 Goss 
" May Miss, clerk, S F, res 1115 Wil- 
low 
" Paula Miss, teacher Spanish, 1065 

Washington, rm 79, res same 
" R L, steam fitter, res 508^ 15th 
" Samuel, laborer, res 668 E 15th 
" Thos, employe Cal Door Co, re?i 1115 

Willow 
" Walter L, real estate and mining agt, 

1779 Goss, rea same 
" Wm H, solicitor The Anglo-Ameri- 
can Gas Control Co, res 725 1 Ith 



Hawley A L Miss, res n s Prospect ave. 
Prospect Heights 

" Alice Mrs, reioucher, res 1016 10th 
ave 

" C E Miss, res n s Prospect ive. Pros- 
pect Heights 

" C H, tallyman S P Co 

" E L Mrs, res 961 Harrison 

" G B, law stud-nt, res 366 E 14th 

" George T, vice pres and treas Haw- 
ley Bros' Hardware Co, .S F, res n a 
Prospect ave. Prospect Heights 

" lola Mist>, clerk, S F, res Bassett 
nr Fruitvale Station, Fruitvale 

" Jacob C, agt Areata Mill and L Co, 

5 F, res 522 Knox Place 

" Jesse E, teamster Osgood & Son, res 

2100 Telegraph ave 
" John F, elfctric lamp repairer O 6 L 

6 H Co, res 6C9 Grove 

" LH, clerk, S F, res 2100 Telegraph 

ave 
" Marian E Miss, res 366 E 14th 
" Mary A Miss, res 522 Knox Place 
" Thos, laborer, res 973 36th 
" Wm T, clerk, S F, res Bassett, nr 

Fruitvale Station, Fruitvale 
Haworth Thos J, pattern maker, S F, 

res 1314 Filbert 
Haws Osc<*r A, driver Rapid Transfer Co, 

res 729 26th 
" Wm D, driver Rapid Transfer Co, 

res 1829 San Pablo ave 
Hawner Clarissa Mrs, res 630 16th 
Hayden B, waiter P P C Co, res S F 
•' James, porter resident engineer's 

offices PCo, res 1122 3d 
" John, tinner, S F, res 1122 3d 
" Kenneth M, stationery and notions, 

1262 10th ave, res same 
" Lester M, laborer, res 465 13th 
' ' Lizzie Miss, milliner Mrs N Laymance, 

res 1814 Atlantic 
" L T Mrs, res 465 13th 
" Mary Miss, res 1122 3d 
" Michael, laborer, res 309 2d 
" Theron E, driver Oakland Cream 

Depot, res 465 13th 
" see aUo Hey don 
Hayes Andrew H, otudent, res Watson 

ave and Brooklyn 
" Anna H Miss, res Watson ave and 

Brooklyn 
" Anna J Mrs, res Fruitvale ave nr Old 

County road, Fruitvale, mail same 
" Annie W Miss, res 626 E 14th 
" Cecelia Miss, dressmaker, res 753 

Market 
" Chas D, jeweler, res Watson ave and 

Brooklyn 
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Hayes Daniel D (Oakland Rubber Co) res 

Fruitvale | 

" Edith W Miss, schoolteacher, res) 

Watson ave and Brooklyn 
" Emma'L Miss, res 1511 Broadway 
" Harry P, grainer, 1511 Broadway, 

res same 
" Henry (Hayes & Co) res 626 E 14th 
" Henry G, upholsterer McGovern, 

Cahill & Co, res 1567 Broadway 
" Henry T, mfr lire apparatus, 869 

Chester, res 1501| 8th 
" Jas, student, res 822 Willow 
" Jas, student, res N\V cor John and 

Piedmont ave 
" J Frank, res 626 E 14th 
" Johannah Mrs, groceries, 822 Willow, 

res same 
" John B, res 1511 Broadway 
" John F, shipping clerk, S F, res 1511 

Broadway 
" John J, plasterer, res 2042 Broadway 
" Lida A Miss, res 1511 Broadway 
" L J Mrs, furnished rooms, 1005P'rank- 

lin, res same 
" Lottie Miss, res Fruitvale ave nr Old 

County road, Fruitvale, mail same, 
" Mamie Miss, student, res 1510 3d 
" Martin, clerk, S F, res 1510 3d 
" Mary, res 583 Charter 
" Mary Mrs, res 1510 3d 
" Mary Mrs, propr Gieschen House, 

NE cor 6th and Broadway, res same 
" Michael, res 45th bet San Pablo ave 

aud Adeline, mail Golden Gate 
" Morgan, foreman, res 1263 Jefferson 
" Ramer W, glazier Whittier, Fuller 

& Co, res 1511 Broadway 
" Thos, student, res 1510 3d I 

" Thos, granite cutter Amador Marblel 

Co, res NW cor John and Piedmont 

" Wm, clerk, S F, res 1510 3d 

" Wm P, carpenter S P Co, res 1615 

7th 
Hayles Henry, pile driver S P Co, reS] 

811 Henry 
Haymen Bessie Miss, milliner Mrs R 
Mott, res 1057 Webster I 

Hayn Mary Miss, teacher music and 

languages, 757 Grove, res same 
" Richard, teacher music, 757 Grove, 

res same 
Haynes Benjamin, real estate, res 1518 

7th ave 
" Benjamin W, clerk, res 1518 7th ave 
" Daniel P, teacher, res 544 20th 
" G E, dentist R H Cool, res 565 

11th 
" Geo R, miner, res 478 12th 
' ' L, apprentice boiler maker S P Co 
" Mary E Miss, student, res 544 20th 
" Willis C, student, res 544 20th 
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Hays James, plumber, res n s 44th nr 

Telegraph ave, mail N Temescal 
" Montgomery, expressman, res n s 
44th nr Telegraph ave, mail N Tem- 
escal 
Hayward Edwin A, clerk, 8 F, res 1263 

12th ave 
" Thos, waiter, res 807 Henry 
Haywood, see Heyrcood 
Hay worth John, laborer, res 614 Filbert 
Hazelhurst, see also HasUhurst 
Hazeltine Wm Dr, res 1418 Myrtle 
Hazelwood John H, tinsmith O C Kirk, 

res 1110 Linden 
Hazlett Carl, student, res 1055 Wash- 
ington 
" Geo, bridge builder S P Co, res 

Randlett House, mail Oakland 
"MA Mrs, lodgings, 1055 Washing- 
ton, res same 
" Madge Miss, res 1055 Washington 
" see also Hastett 
Hazzard Russell, carpenter W T Veitch 

& Bro, res 1724 Myrtle 
" see also Hassard 
Heacock Harry B, died Jan 29, 1892 
" Henry B Rev, pas'or 8th Ave M E 

Church, res lol9 8th ave 
" Lulu Miss, student, res 1319 8th ave 
Head C P Mrs, widow, res 760 10th 
" Halle, employe Eagle B »t M Co, res 

718 3d 
Headington Hugh, clerk Agard & Co, 

res 1120 Broadway 
Heafey Maggie Miss, domestic, 1032 

Linden 
" Nellie Miss, domestic, 1318 Jackson 
Heagerty David, groceries, San Pablo 
ave and railroad crossing, rea same, 
mail Golden Gate 
" Julia Miss, clerk, res San Pablo ave 
and railroad crossing, mail Golden 
Gate 
Heald Allen, miner, res 1120 9th are 
" Bruce H, clerk W P Wheeler, res 

484 22d 
Healey Abraham, asst engineer str 
Encinal, res u s 44th nr Grove, mail 
N Temescal 
" Annie Mis^, laundress C C L Co, res 

738 Linden 
•' Dennis, laborer Brooklyn Tannery, 

res Brooklyn House 
" Dennis A, res 1512 Curtis 
i " Jas, harness cleaner Fashion Stablea, 
res 738 Linden 
" Jas Jr, fireman S P Co, res 738 Lin- 
den 
' ' Jeremiah, res n s 49th nr Telegraph 

ave, mail N Temfscal 
" Maggie Mis9, res 738 Linden 
" Mary Miss, res 629 Chestnut 
" Mary Mias, dressmaker, res with J 
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Healey Michael, driver Oakland R R Co, 
res with J Healey, mail X Temescal 
" P, watchmaker, res Eureka Hotel 
" Stephen, laborer, res 1173 3d 
" see (lUo Haley 

HEALTH OFFICE (city) Dr J P H 

Dunn city i^hysician, J 5th nr San 

Pablo ave, rear of City Hall 

Healy Charles, died Aug 7, 1891 

" D Jos, letter carrier, res 861 Harrison 

" Edward M, tailor M J Healy, res 

861 Harrison 
" Henry, hf Iper S P Co, res 1557 5th 
" Jesse, res 568 11th 
" John A, paper hanger McGovern, 

Cahill & Co, res 822 22d 
" Maurice J, tailor, 1069 Broadway, res 
861 Harrison [ 

" Patrick J, employe Cable R Co, rest 

1323 Myrtle 
Heaney Annie Miss, res 1014 Cypress 
Honor Miss, employe C C L Co, res 

1014 Cypress 
John G, switchman S P Co, res 1014 

Cypress 
Kate Miss, res 856 Jefferson 
Philip, res 1014 Cypress i 

Richard, coachman Jas Moffitt, 22d 

and Webster 
Sarah Mrs, janitress Grove Street' 

School, res 856 Jefferson 
see also Heeney 
Hearn Mary Mrs, domestic, 2003 San 

Pablo ave 
Hearsey Josie Mrs, bookbinder P P Pub 

Co, res 1517 Market 
"ME, packer P P Pub Co, res 1517 

Market • 

Heath Chas, inmate Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
" Daniel L, shooting gallery, 831 
Broadway, res 757 Oak I 

' ' Daniel M, res 757 Oak i 

Broadway, res 757 Oak 
" John, accountant, S F, res 268 23d 
" Virginia D Miss, teacher Lincoln 
School, res S F I 

Heathorn Wm, employe C St Ry Co, 
res 521 13th ' 

Beaton Charles A, died Feb 6, 1892 
" Mary C Mies, teacher Prescott School, 

res 1216 Filbert 
•' Warren, res 1216 Filbert 
" Warren D, capitalist, res 1225 Web-| 

ster 
Heaver Walter, clerk, S F, res 820 Myrtle 
Heavey Hugh, laborer, res 674 26th 
Heber May Mrs, domestic, 963 5th ave 
Hecht Andrew, teamster W H Parrish, 

res 265 2d 
Heck Victor, clerk, S F, res Girard 

Hotel 
Heckell Wm F, conductor S P Co, res 
1707 Chase 



iiecler Frederick W, died Sept 27, 1891 
Heckert Henry, carpenter mill S P Co 
Heckman Alice Mrs, dressmaking, res 

318 13th 
" Francis C, shoemaker, 1650 7th, res 

1720 12th 
" Frank T, electrician, S F, res 1720 

12th 
" Harry, tinsmith, res 318 13th 
Hedberg Sophie Miss, domestic, 670 13th 
Hedemark C Mrs, res 1004 E 19th 
Hedenborg C Miss, res 862 Willow 
Hedlund Gustave E, shoemaker, res 991 

Piue 
" Hans, tailor, S F, res 1385 12th 
Hedman Emma Miss, nurse, 1331 Chest- 
nut 
" Julius, carpenter E D Bassett, res 

1021 Kirkham 
Heebner Theresa Miss, spooler California 

Cotton Mills Co, res 720 2d 
Heelan John, laborer, res 694 27th 
Heenan Dennis, hod carrier, res 414 6th 
Heeney Ann Mrs, res 709 6th 
" Jas, laborer, res 1413 Castro 
" Michael, gardener, res 1413 Castro 
Heeseman Chas J, salesman C & A Nord- 

hausen, res 563 14th 
*' Gerhard F, salesman C & A Nord- 

hausen, res 563 14th 
" Louise G Miss, student, res 563 14th 
Heffeman Garrett P, plumber, res 1014 

Willow 
Heffernan M, tailor, res Gregory Block, 

rm31 
Heflin Cora L Miss, res 654 5th 
" Hiram M, furniture, 827 Washington, 

res 654 5th 
Hefty Carrie Miss, res 806 Franklin 
" Emma Miss, res 806 Franklin 
" Mathias, res 806 Franklin 
Hegeman Saml J Mrs, res 1307 E 16th, 

Fruitrale 
Hegstrom Annie Miss, domestic, 1320 

4th ave 
fielder Adeline Miss, res 601 23d ave 
" Emily Miss, res 601 23d ave 
" Ernest F, painter S P Co, res 1152 

Campbell 
" Frank, plumber, S F, res 601 23d ave 
" Frank Jr. plumber, S F, res 601 23d 

ave 
Heilbroner Loui", m^r American 

Wringer Co, 980 7th, res S F 
Heilmann Millie Mrs, res 812 20th 
Heim Herman, res 1073 14th ave 
" J J, foreman book bindery Tribune, 

res 919 Jefferson 
" Louis, saloon, 1166 7th, res 1210 5th 
" Otto W, clerk, S F, res 1073 14th aye 
Heim bold Annie Miss, res 1411 Franklin 
" Eva Miss, res 1411 Franklin 
" Frank, electrician, S F, res 1259 
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Heimbold Julius, street contractor, res 

1411 Franklin 
■■ Julius Jr, driver Merriam & Co, res 

1411 Franklin 
ll-inan Rose Miss, domestic Kelsey 

House 
Heine Adolph, home bakery, 1263 San 

Pablo ave, res same 
" VVm, res Easb Oakland Hotel 
Huiner J J, carpenter, res 410 10th 
H"inimann .lohn M Dr, res NE cor E 
27th aud 23d ave, Fruitvale 
• Michael Dr, res NVV cjr E 27th aud 
2>d ave, Fruitvale 
ileiuo Louis, plumber, 913 E 14th, res 

same 
Heinold Conrad, engineer, res 364 2d 
HEINOLD JOHN M, proprietor First 
aiul Last Chance Saloon, 542 Web- 
ster, res 364 2d 
Heintzer A»atbe, domestic OSchoemann, 
res NE Cor E 27th and 2 2d ave, 
Fruitvale 
Reiser Paul, employe C C L Co, res 

same 
Heitman Wm D, roller Pac I & N Wks, 

res 7 1 2 Market 
Helander Hanna Mrs. dressmaker, res 

1,330 Kirkham 
Held Eva Miss, res 803 Willow 
'■ Gertrude Miss, teacher Field Semi- 
nary, res 1624 Myrtle 
" Justus, res 1666 Telegraph ave 
Helland A Marius, paiuter, res Hyde 

nr Peralta ave, Fruitvale 
Hfllar Martin C. clerk Westover & Dam, 

res 586 Albion 
Helleher Ella Miss, dressmaker, res 

Girard Hotel 
Heller August, res 515 10th 
" Grace Miss, res 586 Albion 
" Katie Miss, domestic, 870 Adeline 
" Paul, machine hand Pac I & N Wka, 

res 710 6th 
Hellinan Bertha Miss, clerk R Hellman, 

res 1713 Telegraph ave 
" Chas, master mariner, res 677 3d 
" Regina Mrs, gioceries, 1713 Tele- 
graph ave, res same 
" Solomon, tailor, res 1713 Telegraph 

ave 
Hellocker John, car cleaner S P Co, res 

1002 5th 
" Petrr, longshoreman, res 1502 5th 
Ilellstrom Chas, machine hand Burn- 
ham-Stiindt-ford Co, res 1363 E 10th 
" Chaa (J, machine hand Johnson it 

Sorensen, res 1.363 E 10th 
11 ell wig August (L Uriarte &, Co) res 

754 7th 
Helmau Chas F, mining, res 1710 Grove 
" Jacob, salesman, res 716 7th 
'* Milton I. machinist, res 863 E 21st 
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Helmich Edward F Rev, res 522 18th 
Helmig Martin, poultry raiser, n s Union 

a\ e nr Gret-n, res same, mail Golden 

Gate 
HELMKE BROS (Con and John W) 

urocers, i552 Broadway 
HELMKE CHARLES (Westermann & 

Co) res 1171 8th 

HELMKE CON (Helmke Bros) res 1553 

HELMKE JOHN W (Helmke Bros) 

res 1535 Krankliii 
Helniutli \Vm. res 1157 Peralta 
Helsel Ida B, res 217 Helen 
" Samuel J, warehouseman Whittier, 

Fuller <fe Co, res 719 4th 
Helwig, sfe nbo Holewick 
Hemenovcr A, tlerk F S Bodell, res 1671 

San Pablo ave 
Hemeiuvay Syl\-ester, res 613 18th 
Hemmeis Ot.o C, laborer Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res e s 10th nr Powell, 
mail Golden Gate 
Hemon Elias, carpenter, res 707 Brush 
Hempe John H, punter, D55 24th, res 

same 
Hempel Edward J, harness maker R J 

Bet by, res 1221 18th ave 
" see aho Ilampel 
Hemphill Chas, lather, res 40!) 9th 
" Louis, lather, res 40tt 9th 
" Uriah, res 763 Clay 
•' Wm A, railway postal clerk, res 835 

Willow 
Hempstead Emma R Miss, bookkeeper, 

res 619 16th 
" Herbert T, carpenter, S F, res 718 3d 
" Mabel L Miss, bookkeeper, res 619 

16th 
" Margaret A Mrs, res 619 16th 
Henas Manuel, groceries and liquors, 930 

E 14th, res same 
Hencheon John, mill haul, res 555 

Broadway 
Henderson A Miss, operator S Tel Tel 

Co, res Berkeley 
" Anna Mrs, notions, 1503 7th, res 

same 
" Chap, real estate. S F, res 923 Pine 
HENDERSON DAVID, vice president 
First National Bank of Oakland, 
res 533 Hobart 
HENDERSON DAVID L (Henderson 
& (irahain) druggist, 1463 Tele- 
graph ave, res 1465 Telegraph ave 
" Dwight A, carpenter S P Co, res 1067 

Willow 
" Ernest N, student, res 1116 11th ave 
" Fannie M Miss, teacher, res 767 

Alice 
" Geo F, house mover G W Henderson, 

res 6S Valley 
" Geo W, house mover, 1906 Broadway, 
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HENDERSON & GRAHAM (David 

L Henderson aud Fred Graham) 
druggists and apothecaries, 1001 
Washington cor lOth 

"Harry H, house mover G W Hender- 
son, res 472 '23d 

'* H Emil, paper hanger, res Hyde nr 
Peralta ave, Fruitvale 

" Herbert B, house mover G W Hen-j 
derson. res l'J06 Broadway 

** H J Mrs, dressmaker, res Lillard 
House 

" Jas, boiler maker, res 1503 7th 

" Jas, sign writer, S F, res 1176 E 14th 

" Jas W, carpenter, res 160.'} Market 

HENDERSON JOHN H, collector 

Keuton Coal Co, office 413 10th, res 

767 Alice 
" Julia Mrs, res 1166 11th ave 
" Majigie E Miss, student, res 1828 

Grove 
" Matthew A Dr, res 821 Filbert 
" Maud E Miss, res 1176 E 14th 
" & Moser (Pinkney A Henderson and 

Charles E Moser) carpenters and 

builders, 867 20th 
" Pinkney A (Henderson <fe Moser) res' 

867 20th i 

" Thos, inmate Industrial Home fori 

Aduit Blind | 

" Thos H, sec South Prairie Coal Co,| 

S F, res 767 Alice I 

" Tnos N, pattern maker, res 483 25th' 
" T J, bookkeeper Al Wood & Bro, res 

70s Webster 
" T W, carpenter mill S P Co 
" Wm, captain schooner John D Talant, ' 

res 246 Kttie 
" Wm, blacksmith .Tudson Manufac- 
turing Co, res s s 43d nr Telegraph 

ave, mail Oakland 
" Wm, employe Judson Manufacturing 

Co. res 246 Ettie 
" Wm J, mgr Henderson's Military 

Band and Orchestra, res 1354 12th 

ave 
Henderson's Military Band and Orches- 
tra, W J Henders-n mgr, 1008 

Broadway 
Hendricks Eunice Miss, res 975 Cypress 
" Mary Miss, res 1502 West ' 

" Sarah E Miss, res 975 Cypress 
Hendrickson Annie, domestic, 566 

Frederick 
" Chas E, letter carrier, res 418 12th 
" G^o R, commercial traveler, S F, res 

1367 12th ave 
" Kathrina Miss, domestic J HHarrold 
" Wm D, letter carrier, res 1273 San 

Pablo ave 
" see also Henrickson 
Hendrix Josie Mrs, res 1001 5th 
Hendry Annie Miss, student, res 1361, 

Telegraph ave ' 



Hendry Jos, res 1361 Telegraph ave 
" Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 1361 

Telegraph ave 
" Margaret J Miss, waiter Mrs N E 

Durant, res 1758 7th 
" Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1361 

Telegraph ave 
" Nellie Mrs, ^^s 1758 7th 
" Robt Mrs, dressmaker, res 597 ISth 
' ' see also Henry 
Henequin Leon, gardener M W Holmes, 

553 Albion 
Heinfee Thomas, died May 52, 1892 
Henke Tlieodore, laborer, res 1860 Sth 
Hen ken Elizabeth Mrs, groceries, 901 E 

14th, res s;ime 
" Ernest A F, painter R M Crackles, 

res 901 E 14th 
" Linda Miss, res 901 E 14th 
" Minnie C Miss, bookkeeper Fred 

Becker, res 901 E 14th 
Henneberry Jas D, teamster, res 1814 

Taylor 
" Martin, molder Phoenix Foundry, 

res 908 3d 
" Minnie Miss, stenographer, S F, res 

1675 12th 
" Nellie J Miss, res 1675 12th 
" Sadie Miss, res 1675 12th 
" Thos P, pr> pr Phoenix Foundry, NW 

cor 1st and Castro, res 1675 12th 
Hennessey John, laborer, res 563 7ih 
" Margaret Mrs, domestic, 966 Clay 
" Moilie Miss, tailoress, res 755 Market 
Hennessy Annie A Miss, res 1820 Goss 
" Ella Mrs, res 15l H 8th 
" Francis P, civil engineer, res 677 3d 
" Jas E, salesman, S F, reu 1820 Goss 
" Maurice, tanner, S F, res 18_0 Goss 
" Wm, carpenter S P Co, res 719 

Chester 
" Wm J, pattern maker, S F, res 1820 

Goss 
Hennicker Nicholas, res 412 26th 
Hennig F M, gardener, res 1812 Tele- 
graph ave 
Henniger John A, res 937 Willow 
Henning Edward P, t; il «r Quigley & 

Johnson, res 1020 W How 
" Henry A, machinist, S F, res 1020 

Willow 
" John B, carpenter, S F, res 1020 

Willow 
" Petrine Mrs, res 925 Pine 
Hennings Ann Mrs, r. s 16."'2 14th 
" Anna Miss, domestic, 273 6th 
" Annie C Miss, teacher Prescott 

School, res 1652 14th 
" Bros (Henry and John) groceries and 

liquors, 8:^6 Alice 
" Henry (Henning- Bros) res 826 Alice 
" John (Henniiiga Bros) rts 826 Alice 
" Martin, res 1652 14th 
" M W, fireman 8 P Co, res 5162 14th 



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Heuuings Mollie C Miss, cashier KAHN 

BROS, res 1652 14th 
Heuriclis, cee Hinrichs 
Heurickson Christine, cook Industrial 

Home for Adult Blind 
" Mary, cook Industrial Home for 

Adult Blind 
Henrikson J, carpenter, res 159 E 

9th 
" Simon, carpenter, res 159 E 9th 
Henrixon John, seaman, res Pleasant 

Valley Tract, Piedmont 
Henry A J, employe S P Co, res 262! 
4th I 

" Alice Mrs. bookkeeper Wheeler & 
Wilson Mfg Co, res Juanita House 
" Alice E Miss, res 1303 Jefferson 
" Andrew J, solicitor, 465 9th, res 314 
9th 
HENRY ASHMUN C, president Cali- 
fornia Bank and Trust Co, 1006 
Broadway, res 1221 Harrison 
" Edith M Miss, student, res 1221 

Harrison 
" Eliza Mrs, furnished rooms, 1156|^ 

£ 14th, res same 
" Etta A Miss, res 1156 i E 14th i 

" Florence Miss, res 1156J E 14th 
" Geo, butcher, res Tremont House ' 
" Geo, laborer, res w s Pleasant Valley 

road ur Stanford Tract 

HENRY GEORGE B, manager Wheeler 

& Wilson Manufacturing Co, branch 

office 1003 Washington, res The 

Juanita i 

'* House (furnished rooms) E Eliot, 

propr, 462 9th j 

" Ida B Miss, res 1303 Jefiferson 

«' JohnG, employe S P Co, res 1111 

10th 
*' M A Mrs, res 1303 Jefiferson , 

" Mina Miss, dressmaker, res 1229 

Webster 
" Monroe, foreman C C W Co, res 912 

Clay 
" T Sherman, res 1221 Harrison 
" Walter H, student, res 1221 Har- 
rison 
" VA'^m, car cleaner S P Co, res 814 

" Wm A, clerk, S F, res 1303 Jefferson 
" see aLso Jletuh-i/ 
HENSHAW EDWARD T (Taylor & 

Co) res 974 16th 1 

HENSHAW FREDERICK W, judgel 

(Superior Court, departmen