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The Lion 

FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON. 

Capital Paid in $4,125,000 00 

Capital and Assets 4,694,993 00 

Invested in United States.. 803,283 17 

The LION ranks sixth in volume of business on the Pacific (.'oast, among the 
hundred and three Companies. 





Washington 

INSURANCE CO. OF BOSTON. 

Capital Paid in $1,000,000 00 

Assets 1,908,730 11 

The WASHINGTON hears worthily the name of 
the " Father of His Country, 'its steadily increasing 
business on the Pacific Coast attesting its popularity. 



Pacific 




riment. 



REPRESENTING TIIH STATES OK 



California, Oregon, Nevada, Colorado, the Territories of 

Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, 

and New Mexico. 



GEO. D. DORNIN, Manager. 



WML SEXTON, Asst. Manager. 



2ISSANS0MESTREFT, - SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 








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SAMM & WESTPHAL, 
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Grain and Meals 

of* J±XY Kinds. 

BAY CITY ROLLER FLOUR. 





Proprietors of 

G-IEZRIIVC DVC IE ^ L , 

The New Breakfast Cereal. 

GERM MEAL is delicious, easily and quickly prepaid, 
and is indispensable to Dyspeptics and Invalids- 

Sold by all Grocers. 

Q-xain. IBcuLgrlfcLt for Casla. 

ICE AND MILL: OAKLAND, CAL 




BUSINESS OAHDS. 



ANGLO-NEVADA 

Assurance Corporation, ■ 

OF 

San Francisco, California. 

Fire and Marine. 

Capital Fally Paid, $2,000,000. 

Office, 410 Pine Street, S. F. 



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1) I RECTORS: 

LOUIS SLOSS, J. F. BIGELOW, W. F. WHITTTER, 

J. B. HAGGIN, G. L. BRANDER, E. E. EYRE, 

J. GREENEBAUM, J. W. MACKAY, E. L. GRIFFITH, 

W. H. DIMOND, 

GEORGE L. BRANDER President 

J. F. BIGELOW Vice-President 

C. P. FARNFIELD Secretary 



BANKERS : The Nevada Bank of San Francisco. 

AGENTS : Oakland, Jackson, Vandercook & Melvin, 
" Miss T. Rosenberg, 

East Oakland, Cooke & Waterman. 








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CENTRAL BLOCK, 

1068 Broadway, Upstairs, 

MRS. M. P. FARRAR, PROPRIETRESS. 



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Elegant Rooms Furnished and Unfurnished at Mod- 
erate Prices. 



Located in Business Center of City. 

Cable and Fruit Vale Cars Pass the Entrance. 




James Galvin, 

Carriage Works and Sales Rooms, 

Carriages and Wagons far Sals and Ml to Drier. 

Horse Shoeing, Carriage Painting, Trimming 
and General Repairing. 

ALL WORK WARBANTED- 



11 & 513 FOURTEENTH STREET, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 




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2v£. Xi. TOHES, 

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Pianos, Furniture and Baggage Packed and Moved With Care. 

Bnsses FnrnisM for Picnic or Pleasure Parties Day or Night. 

Stand S. "W. Corner Thirteenth and Broadway, 

— or — 
Orders Received, at 1115 Washington Street. 



TINNING, PLUMBING&GAS FITTING, 

METAL ROOFING, 

Artesian Well and Hydraulic Pipe of all Sizes. 

303, 305 & 315 East Twelfth St., 
Steam Power. - East Oakland. 

Steam Carpet Duster 

And Brushing Machinery. 



Each Carpet is (Beaten and (Brushed by itself, and 
not mixed up with other Carpets, insuring good, 
thorough cleaning to each Carpet. All Carpets are 
thoroughly aired by means of steam blowers. Call, 
or send us a postal card to Jtfo. 1010 Franklin Street, 
before getting your work done elsewhere. 

Good Car; si Layers, lor Sewing \ Laying Carpets, Always on land. 

A. ROBINSOF, 

1010 Franklin Street, Oakland, California. Call Telenhone 211. 













r.L T SINESS CARDS. 




Should you wish to purchase an Artificial Limb, it would be well for 
von to call and examine my Improvements before purchasing elsewhere. 
I manufacture •Dr. Bly's Celebrated Artificial Arms and Legs, with 
Reed's Improved Ankle Joint, with Lateral or Side Motion at the ankle 
like the natural one. 

I Manufacture and Repair all Kinds of Artificial Limbs and Orthi- 

pedical Appliances 25 per cent Cheaper than any other 

Manufacturer on the Pacific Coast. 

Illustrated Catalogue and Price List Sent Free on Application. 

ROBERT REED, 954 BROADWAY, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 

JAMES WILSON, 

MANAGER, 

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Plumbing, Tinning and lias Filling 

In All Their Branches. 

Gas Machines Made and Repaired. 



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Orders Promptly Attended To. 

GEO. CHRISTMAW, Proprietor, 

l&ll Broadway and 1306 Telegraph Avenue. 



BUSINESS CARDS. 



Whittier, Fuller & Co 

Importers ;m<I Manufacturers 

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Picture Frames, Mouldings and 

Nos. 412 and 414 Twelfth St., Oakland. 

Tolcphone .A. d dress 3NTo. 81. 



i Joseph's Academy, 



A SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL, 

Conducted by the 

BROTHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS, 

Corner Fifth and Jackson Streets, Oakland, Cal. 
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The object of St. Joseph's Academy is to give boys under the age of fifteen years a superior 
Christian education, and at the same time to surround them with all the comforts and safeguards 
of home. 

In location, surroundings and accessibility, the establishment leaves nothing to be desired. 
Its scholastic merits and adaptability to its purpose will be best appreciated by those parents and 
guardians who may visit the academy, observe its working, and make themselves familiar with its 
peculiar advantages. 

The scholastic year is divided into two terms of five months each. The first term commences 
August 1, the second term January 1. 

Boys are received at any time during the year, but not for a shorter period than one term of 
five months. No deduction will be made for temporary absence. Parents and guardians are 
required to deposit a sum sufficient to meet incidental expenses. Each boarder should have the 
following outfit: Three suits of clothes, an overcoat, a sufficient number of shirts, undershirts, 
neckties, drawers, towels, napkins, pocket handkerchiefs, combs, brushes and other toilet articles, 
three pairs of boots or shoes, two hats or caps. 

TERMS— Payments Invariably in Advance. 

Board, Washing and Tuition, per term of five months |125 00 

Medical Attendance and Medicines 5 00 

Entrance Fee (payable but once) 10 00 

Music, Drawing and Painting extra. 

For further particulars apply to BROTHER LASCIAN, Director. 



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BUSINESS CARDS. 



HENRY IYI. BLACK * CO. 

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EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 



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CONSTANTLY ON JfAND AND FOR SALE. 



BUSINESS CABDS. 



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NAT. T. COULSON, 

MARKET STfiEET,:^ 




0\er Joy 'a Drug Store, 

CORNER OF STOCKTON, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 




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^ University of California, 

HOURS: ^^^^ 

10 to 12 A.M., 2 to 4 and 6:30 to 7:30 P. tt.^f 

Geo. W. Hagans, 

MUSIC PUBLISHER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer, 

W|o met wltt so great success at 532 k 535 Clay Street. las removed to 

lffl Ban Street Thurlow Block. Room 2, Tale Elevator. 



San £<V»iioi^<^o, Califbi'iiia. 



He has increased his stock by adding other publishers' most -desirable 
publications to iris own, and after twelve years of experience in the music 
trade he has acquired competent knowledge of the relations that govern 
-the business, and would respectfully invite you to call before closing your 
selections in Sheet Music. 

All the new sheet- music received from Eastern publishers as soon as 
i^ ugd^iilpjigj^itj^^ will be sold at the very best discount. 

TSnould you degire a certain piece not on hand, it will be ordered direct 
ironx the^ml&teher Jar- yon. 

Promp¥aftent;ioa to all orders, especially those by mail. 



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BUSINESS CARDS. 



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Only One Change of Cars Between San 
Francisco and New Orleans. 

Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars anfl Emigrant Sleeper* attached to all 

Express Trains. 

Dill lor Mil: liiTbii tin W Will Wn Ttatf 

Central Calif ornia ? L«o« Angeles,Col I on, 
Tuc«on 5 JE1 Paso^San Antonio, 
- Houston, INew Orleans, 
Etc M Etc. 



For further.information or for tickets call upon or address 
Overland Ticket Offices at 

SEVENTH STREET STATION, near Broadway, 

~ Wh-E. OeCORA, Agent, 

—OR AT . 

DEPOT SIXTEENTH STREET STATION, 

T. E. HUNT, AGENT, 



A. N. TQWNE, 

General Manager. 



J. C. STUBBS, T. H. GOODMAN. 

Gen . Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agt 







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BUSINESS CARDS. 



943 to 951 Market St. bet. Fifth and Sixth, S. F. 

Tie Largest and Best Lighted Store in tne City. 



We carry the largest stock and sell all classes of 

»RY^ \ GOODST CHEAPER 

Than aiy other store in San Francisco. 




Your Catarrh Can Be Cured ! 

he Carbolic Smoke Ball Is Infallible. 
Ask Ypur Druggist For It. 

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I'fice of Treatment, $5 (Smoke Ball, #3; l>< bellator, for 
Internal us*'. #£.) 

Pat. April, 1886 Carbolic Hmoke Ball Co., 

Sent D7 Mail on Refeipt of Price. 65TMARKET ST.. SAN PRAHCBCO, CAL. 

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IMPORTER OF HUMAN HAIR, 

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Wholesale and Retail, 

-AND— 

IftiiniM^rorall Kinds of Man HaFf Ms. 





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BRANCH STORE, 1102 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

JAMES MASON, 

Motaiy Pu bl ic and Conveyancer, 



-££££> CJaliior-nia Htreet, 

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Telephone 809. 



SAN FRANCISCO 



BUSINESS CARDS. 



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Weed 



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Kingwell, 

California 

Br&ss Works, 

125 First St., 
San Francisco. 



Chunk and Steamboat Bells. 



All kinds of Brass, Mabbitt Com- 
position, Zinc and Metal 
Castings. 



A full a c sortment of Steam 
and Water Cocks and Valves, 
Hydiaulic 1'ipes, Noz2le.s and 
Hose Couplings, etc , Brass Ship 
Work, Spikes, Sheating Nails, 
Rudder Braces, etc. 





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New Hammam 



J^Oi^ Ladies ancF 43~oiitIomeTi^ 

218 Post Street, 

Between Dupont and Stockton Streets, San Francisco, CaL 



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The JTineat -Turkish, Russian, Electric and Medicated 
( Baths in This City. " 

Single Bath, One Dollar, Six Tickets for Five Dollars. 

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OPEN FOR LADIES FROM 8 A. M. T0 9P. M. 



16 BUSINESS CARDS. 







COAL. 



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MAIN OFFICE, 48 MARKET STREET, 






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DEPOTS. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Beale Street Wharf, E. HUSBAND, Agent. 

OAKLAND, CAL., Foster's Wharf; C A. SESSIONS, Agent. 

ASTORIA, OREGON, 0. R. & N. CO.'S Wharf, E. A. NOTES, Agent. 

PORTLAND, OREGON, Ainsworth Dock, J. M. FOX, Agent. 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERR'TY, Ocean fiock, F. A. BELL, Agent. 



The LARGEST COAL SHIPPERS on the COAST. 

MINERS of the CELEBRATHD 

SEA TTLE COAL FOR DOMESTIC USE, 

And of FRANKLIN Coal for Steam. 



TMPnRTRRfi .A\'n .innngpo OP 



WALLSEND SYDNEY COAL for Gas and Steam, WEST HARTLEY, 

SCOTCH SPLINT, WELLINGTON, CANNEL, and other Foreign 

COALS for DOMESTIC and STEAM Use. 
_., _GA&^QMPANIES Snpplied at LOWEST RATES. 



BLACKSMITH COAL A SPECIALTY, 

From JDireet Importation of Cumberland Coal. 
COUNTRY ORDERS for All Kinds, in Sacks, Casks, or Bulk, 

"JOHII L. H0W&BD, Manager; 




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GIVING 



Name, Occupation and Residence 



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ADULT PERSONS, 



TOGETHER W/T/f 



A_ STREET DIRECTORY, 

Societies, Associations, City Government, Etc. 



FOR SALE AT W. B. HARDY'S, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER. 
961 Broadway, Oakland. 



McKENNEY DIRECTORY COMPANY, Publishers, 

689 Twenty-fourth Street, Oakland. 623 Commercial Street, San Francisco. 

October, 1887. 



I". M. HirsTED, President. 



!.. M. .M< Ki:\\KY, Manngei 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1887, h\ McKbknby DiRfecrom Co., in the Office 
of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



Pacific Press, Printers an I Binders, Oakland and San Francisi-o 



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REFEWENCq 



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john «kij>ki:r 



258 Market Street, San Francisco, California. 

Agent for 

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New Brand Sporting Powder. 



SUMMER SHOOTING, 

Su}>erb In Quality, Shoots Aloixl snxi 

Clean. 

illso IDuLporLt's 

Mining, Blasting, Cannon, and Celebrated Regular 

Brands Sporting Powder. 

SAFETY FUSE- 

All the Various Brands. Single, Double and Triple Tape, 

Nobel's Treble Foree Gricwt Caps. 



F. C. Wagner <fc Bro. 



3P 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Hams, Bacon, Pork, Lard, Smoked Beef, 

TONG UE8, EFC. 

Stalls: 2, 4, 6, and 8 Pacific Fruit Market, 

Clay Street Side, San Francisco. 

All Kinds of Fresh and Home Made Sau- 
sages Always on Hand. 



^Vl;«> [mpox*1 <m *w <>l the Queen Bee KakI- 
oi-n Mams and Red Crows I.,;ii-<I. 

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PREFACE. 



We, the publishers of the Oakland, Alameda, and Berkeley Cities Directory, . 
take pleasure in presenting to our patrons and the public this volume of work. 

There has been devoted to the compilation of this work an amount of energy, 
patience, and perseverance which entitles it to the consideration of all who have 
occasion to use it. 

The general plan of the work is almost identical with that of former Direc- 
tories. The earlier pages are devoted to lists of the County and City Officers, 
Courts and Judges, Educational resources, Societies, Churches, Banks, Railway 
systems, Post-offices, etc. Following will be found the register of names of the 
inhabitants of Oakland, Alameda, and Berkeley, together with an official lis 
of City Officers, etc., of the two latter cities, preceding the register of names 
thereof. 

For the occasional errors and discrepancies which may have occurred, an 
apology is not considered necessary, when the many and various sources from, 
which the information is obtained are taken into consideration 4 . 

We take great pleasure in returning thanks to all who have assisted us in the 
preparation of the work, and to those who have so liberally bestowed their 
patronage on it, and desire to express the assurance that nothing shall be wanting 
on our part to make this Directory the only standard publication of its kind. 

The Publishers. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 

University of California., 

TOLAND HALL, STOCKTON ST., 
BELOW CHESTNUT, San Francisco. 



FACULTY. 

EDWARD S. IIOLDEN, A. M., President of the University. 

0. A. SHURTLEFF, M. D., Emeritus Professor of Mental Diseases and Medical Jurisprudence. 

It. BEVERLY C LE, A. M., M. D., M. R. 0. S., Eng., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

M. W. FISH, M. D., Professor of Physiology and Microscopy. 

W. F. McNUTT, M. D., M. R. 0. P.,'Edin M etc., Professor of Principles and Practice of Medicine. 

ROBERT A. McLEAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical and Operative Sm yery— Dean. 

W. E. TAYLOR, M. D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Snruerv. " 

GEORGE H. POWERS, A. M., M. D., Professor of Opthalmolngy and Otology. 

F. B. KANE, M. D., F. R. C. S. I., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Pathology. 

A. L. LENGFELD, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Chemistry! 

WM B. LEWITT, M. D., Professor of Anatomv. 

RENJ. R. SWAN, M. D., Professor of Diseases of Children. 

W. H. MAYS, M. D., Professor of Mental Diseases and Medical Jurisprudence. 

WASHINGTON AYER, M. D., Professor of Hygiene. 

WILLIAM WATT KERR, M. D., Professor of Therapeutics. 



L. A. SABEY, M. D., Curator. 

JOHN G. DAY, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomv. 

ARNOLD A. D'ANCONA, A. B., M. D., Assistant to the Chair of Physiologr. 

WINSLOW ANDERSON, M. D., Assistant to the Chair of Materia Medica and Medical Chemistrv. 

HENRY W. DODGE, M. D„ Assistant to the Chair of Clinical Medicine and Pathology. 

JULES SIMON, M. D. , Assistant to the Chair of Mental Diseases and Medical Jurisprudence. 



COLLEGE DISPENSARY STAFF. 

D. G. KENYON, M. D., W. B. LEWITT, M. D., Surgerv. 

JULES SIMON, M. D.. Nervous Diseases. 

LUKE ROBINSON, M. D., M. R. C. P., Eng., H. W. DODGE, M. D., Medicine. 

Robert A. McLean, M. D., 
603 Merchant Street, cor. Montgomery, San Francisco, Cal. Dean. 



The preliminary session of 1888 begins February 1, and will end May 15. 
The regular session of 188S will begin June 1, and end October 31. Branches of 
medicine and surgery will be taught didactically and clinically. Regular clinics 
are held three days in the week at the City and County Hospital, where the 
Professors of the Practical Chairs have charge of wards, and possess every 
facility for the instruction of students. Lectures are given daily by the Profes- 
sors, and evening recitations are held three times a week. 



FEES. 

Matriculation Fee (paid but once) $ 5 00 

Demonstrator's Ticket 10 00 

Fee for the First Course of Lectures 130 00 

Fee for the Second Course of Lectures 130 00 

(Xo fee is required for the third course of lectures.) , 

Graduating Fee 40 00 

For further infoimation address the Dean, 

Rokert A. McLean, M. D. 
60S Merchant Street, cor. Montgomery, Sna Francisco. 



LIST OF ADVERTISERS, 



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FAGE. 

.Etna Insurance Co opp 639 

Alameda Argus opp 737 

Alameda Encinal opp 225 

Allen J G Inside margin line 

American Biscuit Co. .Top edge of book 
Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporati n 

5 and margin line through hook 

Anthony R M opp 1 13 

Atwell & Co opp 593 

Bay City Flour Mills 4 

Beardslee F W Front cover 

Beeby Robert. .Margin line through book 

Berg MA opp 257 

Black H M 10 

Blair Walter 89 

Bodwell H H & Son oppSS3 

Bourgoin Adolph 884 

Brearty M E Mrs 626 

Brunswick Balke Collender Co 

. ..opp 257 and front cover 

Budde Joseph , . . opp 882 

Buffett C C 185 

Burtchaell & Crowley 38 

Burnham, Standef ord & Co 

Margin line through book 

California Brass Works 15 

Caligraph opp 1 60 

Calkin Everell F opp 529 

Carbolic Smoke Ball 

... .14 and margin line through book 

Central Block 6 

Cole, Merriman & Son opp 224 

Commercial Hotel 37 

Contra Costa Laundry Association. . 

Back cover 

Coplin A Front cover 

CoulsonNT 11 

Craig Lee D 881 

Cyclone Windmill IS and 896 

Daily Report.. Margin line through book 

Daniells T G opp 737 

Day Thomas & Co opp 500 

Dimmick J opp 545 



TAGK. 

Dingee Wm Back cover 

Doe Luke 264 

Dornin Geo D 2 and 3 

Dupont Powder 32 

Elliott F L opp 288 

El Monte Hotel 672 and 673 

Enquirer opp 592 

Enterprise Printing Office 37 

Examiner. ... opp 480 and 481 

Farrar M P Mrs 6 

Field Seminary opp 529 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 

opp 576 and 577 

Forbes A B. .Margin lines through book 

Calvin James 6 

Gladding, McBean & Co opp 882 

Goodrich & Newlon opp 416 

Gordon H F Front cover 

Gordon J S G opp 528 

Graff Brothers 888 

Grave B & Co 885 

HagansG W 11 

Hall F T opp 288 

Hardy W B 356 

Hauptli J 14 

Heald's Business College Front 

and back cover and opp 320 and 321 

Hershberg Leon 373 

Hill— The Samuel Hill Co 

opp 160 and 161 

Home Benefit Life Association 

624/> and 624c 

Howard -John L 16 

Howell J W 624ft and 624c 

Hull WC opp 833 

Imperial Insurance Co, Inside frontcover 

Jones ML 7 

Journal of Commerce . 

Margin line through book 

Keane Bros 14 

Keller M J 

. . .416 and margin line through book 
Kirk OC 7 



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INDEX. 



Knox R G Mrs opp 529 

Krauth F K opp 225 

Kriechbaum G H opp 544 

Krogh F W & Co Inside back cover 

Laage WJF opp 884 

Lancashire. . ..opp 625 and bottom edge 

Larroche F & Son opp 545 

Lion Insurance Co 3 

Logan & Redman 38 

LoryeaAM 15 

Mackay Alex opp 257 

Mason James 14 

McGovern & Cahill opp 417 

McKenney Directory Co opp 833 

McLean R A 34 

Medical Dep't of University of Cal.. 34 

MerrelllL 112 

Mix Gustav L 512 

Montague WW 

Margin lines through book 

Moody WB 37 

MorealHP& Co 

. . . Back cover and opp page 800 

Muhs A 891 

Mutual Life of N Y 

Margin lines throtigh book 

New Atlantic Hotel opp 832 

New Hammam Baths 15 

New Home Sewing Machine. . .opp 161 

Noisat Pierre opp 544 

Northwestern Manufacturing and 

Car Co opp 528 

Norwich Union 

opp 625 and bottom edge 

Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, opp 544 
Oakland Planing Mills 

Margin line through book 

Oakley AD .opp 257 

Oaks— The Oaks 543 

Oregon Improvement Co 16 

Orient Insurance Co.. Inside front cover 
Pacific Bank. .Back of book and opp 16 

Pacific Business College 656 and 657 

Pacific Incubator Co opp 561 

Pacific Manufac'ing Co, 884 and opp 31 
Pacific Press Publishing Co 

opp 832 and 833 

Pacific Saw Co opp 1 1 2 

Pacific Electric Co 882 

Petroline Paint Co 568 

Pfluger R & Son opp 289 

Poheim Joe opp 688 and 689 

Pooley John. ... opp 288 

Ransome E L 886 



Rau G Back cover 

Reaser J T & Son .588 

Reed Robert 8 

Remington Typewriter opp 848 

Robinson Aaron 7 

Rommeck J opp 529 

Royal Insurance Co 

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St Joseph's Academy 9 

Samm & Co 4 

Samuel Hill Co (The) . .opp 160 and 161 

Sanborn A W & Co opp 448 

Sanford M 614 

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S F Laundry Association 

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Schuster L P ■ opp 256 

Scotchler & Gottshall opp 256 

Selby Smelting and Lead Co. . .opp 416 

Se well D opp 449 

Sewell & Fronk opp 526 

Shaw W E opp 833 

Singer Manufacturing Co 

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Skinker John 32 

Slinkey J. E 672 and 673 

Southern Pacific Co 12 and 13 

Spring Menzo 883 

Sperry&Co ...888 

Stacey E M & Co opp 16 

Stevens C A 89 

Strong M G 825 

Sunset Route 12 

Sweetbriar Dairy opp 16 

Tay Geo H & Co Back cover 

Tracy L Miss 543 

Tribune Publishing Co opp 736 

Tucker J W & Son 686 

Wagner F C & Bro 32 

Washington Insurance Co '. . 3 

Weed & King well 15 

Wellington B F 894 

Wells, Fargo & Co opp 624 

White W C 8S2 

Whittier, Fuller & Co 

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Wilson James 8 

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Latitude, 37° 48' 5" north. Longitude, 122° 16' 34" west. 

POPULATION. 

U. S. Census 1870, 10,500; 1880, 34,555; estimated June 1, 
1887, 47,870. Population of Oakland and vicinity embraced in 
the Directory, 55,000, not including Alameda and Berkeley. - 

The estimate of the population of our city for June 1, 1887, is 
based on the returns of the School Census Marshal, showing June 
1, total number of children, 11,237. Assuming the ratio 4.26 to 
becorrect, the population is as given above, viz., 47,870. 

AREA. 

Acres inland, 4,883; acres tide land, 4,480; total, 9,3(53 acres, 
or 14 square miles. 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE CITY. 

Mayor— W. R. Davis. 

Police Judoe — F. W. Henshaw. 

Clerk of Police Court — D. E. Bortree. 

Bailiff' of Police Court— S. H. Mitchell. 

Citv Clerk and Treasurer — A. C. Henrv. 

Deputy City Clerk— Z. T. Gilpin. 

Marshal and Tax Collector — J. W. Tompkins. 

Deputy City Marshal— Win. A. McDowell. 

Deputy License Collector — Leon D. Smith. 

City Assessor — J. M. Dillon. 

Deputy City Assessor — J. Leach. 

City Attorney — J. A. Johnson. 

City Engineer — T. W. Morgan. 

Chief Engineer Fire Department — J. Moffitt 

First Assistant Engineer Fire Department — J. F. Kennedy. 

Second Assistant Engineer Fire Department — M. Dood3 T . 

Sup't Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph — G. H. Carleton. 

City Physician— D. D. Crowley, M. D. 

Sanitary and Plumbing Inspector — Geo. W. Snook. 

City Wharfinger — J. J. Pennypacker. 

Captain of Police — W. R. Thomas. 



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Pound Master— W. J. O'Connell. 
City Hall Janitor— J. A. Wilds. 



CITY COUNCIL. 

Regular meetings of the City Council on the 1st and 3d Mon- 
days of each month. 

A. W. Bishop, Fifth Ward, President; J. T. Carothers, First 
Ward; John C. Wilson, Second Ward; D. C. Brown, Third Ward; 
T. G. Harrison, Fourth Ward; John H. Pierce, Sixth Ward; O.' 
C. Kirk, Seventh Ward. 

Standing Committees. 

Ordinance and Judiciary — Carothers, Kirk, Harrison. 
Auditing and Finance — Wilson, Brown, Carothers. 
Streets and Buildings — Harrison, Pierce, Wilson. 
Fire and Water — Kirk, Wilson, Carothers. 
Education — Carothers, Wilson, Harrison. 
Street Lights and Lamp Posts — Wilson, Kirk, Pierce. 
Removals and, Obstructions — Pierce, Harrison, Brown. 
City Hall and Police — Brown, Pierce, Harrison. 
Public Printing — Pierce, Brown, Carothers. 

POLICE. 

Police Court. 
Judge — Fred. W. Henshaw. 
Clerk— D. E. Bortree. 
Bailiff— Samuel H. Mitchell. 

City Justices' Courts. 

F. B. Ogden's Court is held at 864i Broadway, corner Eighth; 
Fred. W. Henshaw'?, City Hall. 

Police Department. 

Captain of Police — W. R. Thomas. 

Clerk Captain of Police Office — R. A. Hughes. 

Bailiff Police Court— Samuel H. Mitchell. ° 

First Sergeant — W. F. Fletcher. 

Second Sergeant — A. Wilson. 

Detectives — D. Holland, A Shorey. 

Day Prison Keeper — John M Ingham. 

Night Prison Keeper — J. S. Mackey. 

PATROLMEN. 

T. A. Downey, John Barnett, John Ranlett, C. H. Cole, J. B. 
Fields, B. R. Philips, O. D. Brown, Hall B. Rand, H. Nedderman, 
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H. Felley, D. W. Swain, E. J. Chase, W. A. Dannaker, Nicholas 
Williams; James Hill, Guard of Chain Gang. 

The City Council makes all appointments to the police force. 

The following Special Patrolmen are under the control of 
the Captain of Police, subject to the same rules and regulations 
as the regularly appointed force: — 

D. F. Batchelder, M. D. Hewett, W. H. Summers, F. R. 
Weider, W. Howlett, W. F. Goodwin, St. Clair Hodgkins, D. 
Wright, Daniel Morrison, Thos. Gilmore, J. H. Baker, J. T. Mor- 
rison, C. A. Scoville, E. S. Ainsworth, Alonzo T. Ayers, Cornelius 
Wells, Wm. G. Cashin, Lyman D. Babb, J. W. Kesler, W. D. 
Thomas, A- J. Ross. 

LOCATION OF POLICE TELEGRAPH BOXES. 

Adeline and Third Streets; Adeline and Seventh; Adeline 
and Fourteenth; Adeline and Eighteenth; Broadway and Laurel; 
Broadway and Prospect; Broadway and Seyenteenth; Center 
and Twelfth; Chester and Seventh; East Eighth and Seventh 
Avenue; East Tenth and Third Avenue; East Eleventh and 
Thirteenth Avenue; East Twelfth and Sixth Avenue; East 
Twelfth and Twenty -second Avenue; East Fourteenth and 
Twelfth Avenue; East Fourteenth and Seventeenth Avenue; 
East Seventeenth and Eighth Avenue; Grove and Thirty-fourth; 
Helen and B; Kirkham and Tenth; Kirkham and Fourteenth; 
Market and First; Market and Seventh; Market and Fourteenth; 
Market and Twenty-second; Peralta and Pacific; Peralta and 
Twelfth; Peralta and Seventeenth; Peralta and Thirty-fourth; 
San Pablo Avenue and Twenty-second; San Pablo Avenue and 
Twenty-eighth; San Pablo Avenue and Thirty-fourth: Telegraph 
Avenue and Hobart; Telegraph Avenue and Sycamore; Tele- 
graph Avenue and Thirty-fourth ; Twelfth Street Bridge; Twelfth 
between Oak and First Avenue; Webster and Twelfth; Webster 
and Twentieth. 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE. 

Keys to the boxes can be had on application to the Captain 
of Police. Each key is numbered, and the recipient thereof is 
held responsible for its legitimate use and surrender when called 
for. 

To turn in an alarm, after opening the outer door, pull clown 
once on the brass hook affixed to the inner door. A signal bell 
will strike inside, giving notice of the reception of the call at the 
central station, City Hall, from which point two officers will be 
immediately dispatched by a conveyance always in readiness. 
The keys cannot be removed except by the officers. Geo. H. 
Carleton, Superintendent. 

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Assistant Engineers — James F. Kennedy and Miles Doody. 

Superintendent Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph — G. H. 
Carle ton. 

The fire department consists of four steam fire engines in 
service, and one relief engine, 6 hose carts, 2 hook and ladder 
tracks, 21 horses, 6,450 feet of hose, of which 4,700 feet are in 
actual use, and 550 feet on the Relief Hose Cart. Number of 
hydrants, 207; cisterns, 2, one located at Broadway and Eighth 
Streets, the other at Broadway an I Thirteenth Streets. 

The report of the Chief Engineer for the year ending June 
30, 1887, shows that the department responded to 103 alarms, 73 
of which were "bells" and 30 "stills;" of these 103 alarms, 12 
were false, 7 were for brush fires and 2 were for fires outside the 
city limits, leaving a total of 82 actual fires in the city proper; 
the estimated loss by which amounted to 829,000. Compared 
with previous years the showing is as follows: — 

1884-85 52 alarms, loss 855,000 

1885-86 60 " " 26,000 

1886-87 82 " " 29,000 
The expense of running the department has been 831,903. 
The number of hours worked, 246J, and the distance traveled by 
apparatus, 1,304 miles. 

NAMES AND LOCATION OF COMPANIES. 

Company No 1 — N, A. Ball, Foreman. Locatad on Fifteenth 
Street, in rear of City Hall. The engine is a third-class 
Amoskeag, one hose cart carrying 750 feet of hose. 

Company No. 2 — Austin Bailey, Foreman. Located on Sixth 
between Broadway and Washington. The engine is a second- 
class Alliens, one ho-e cart carrying 750 feet of hose. 

Company No. 3 — James Galavan, Foreman. Located on Eighth 
between Campbell and Willow. The engine is a second-class 
Silsby, one hose cart carrying 750 feet of hose. 

Company No. 4 — Wm. C. White, Foreman. Located on East 
Fourteenth Street between Twelfth and Thirteenth Avenues. 
The engine is a second-class Amoskeag, one hose cart carrying 
750 feet of ho-e. 

Relief Engine — A second-class Silsby, is at the repair shop, City 
Hall, and is held in readiness to aid or relieve as necessity de- 
mands. 

Hose Company No. 1 — Joseph Flannery, foreman. Located on 
Sixth between Broadway ami Washington, one hose cart 
carrying 650 feet of hose. 

ilosi: COMPANY No. 2 — William Branch, Foreman. Located on 
San Pablo Avenue, at junction of Market, one four-wheel 
hose cart carrying 1,000 feet of hose. 

Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1 — J. W. Bankhead, Foreman. 
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Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2 — L. W. Calvert, driver. Located 
on East Fourteenth Street between Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Avenues, East Oakland. 

LOCATION OF THE FORTY-EIGHT FIRE ALARM STATIONS. 

First and Washington Streets. 

Fourth and Franklin Streets. 

Fifth and Harrison Stieets. 

Seventh and Washington Streets. 

Twelfth and Broadway Streets. 

Ninth and Webster Streets. 

Fourteenth and Webster Streets. 

Twelfth and Madison Streets. 

Seventeenth and Grove Streets. 

Frederick Street and Telegraph Avenue. 

Sycamore Street and San Pablo Avenue. 

Thirty-fourth and Peralta Streets. 

Sycamore Street and Telegraph Avenue. 

Thirty-fourth Street and Telegraph Avenue. 

Lake and Jackson Streets. 

Walnut and Broadway Streets. 

Seventh Street bet Wood and Willow. 

West Fourteenth and Kirkham Streets. . 

Seward and Campbell Streets. 

West Seventh and Chester Streets. 

West Seventh and Adeline Streets. 

West Tenth and Kirkham Streets. 

West Seventeenth and Peralta Streets. 

Campbell and Atlantic Streets. 

Fifth and Grove Streets. 

Third and Filbert Streets. 

Seventh and Market Streets. 

Tenth and Grove Streets. 

Fourteenth and Market Streets. 

Twenty-first and Market Streets. 

Twelfth and Adeline Streets. 

Eighteenth and Adeline Streets. 

East Fourteenth Street and Seventeenth Avenue. 

East Twelfth Street and Twelfth Avenue. 

East Seventeenth Street and Eighth Avenue. 

East Twelfth Street and Sixth Avenue. 

East Tenth Street and Third Avenue. 

East Twenty-fourth Streetand Nineteenth Avenue. 

East Twenty-fourth Street and Thirteenth Avenue. 

East Twelfth Street and Twenty second Avenue. 

First and Webster Streets. 

Third and Jackson Streets. 

Eighth and Jackson Streets. 



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" 50, Sixteenth Street and San Pablo Avenue. 
" 57, Twenty-eighth and Myrtle Streets. 

58, Webster Street and Orchard Avenue. 
" 61, City Hall. 

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 hook on the inside once, or until you hear a 
bell within the box, close the door, and remain to direct the firemen 
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 
ba 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 
rino-ino- 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 tire 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 
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 Hall. G. H. Carlton, 
Superintendent Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph. 

Oakland Free Library and Reading Rooms. 

Names and Residences of the Board of Trustees — 
E. S. Culver, No. 2117 Adeline Street; C. W. Kellogg, No. 1253 
Grove Street; J. A. McKinnon, No. 966 Market Street; S. H. 
Melvin, No. 358 East Fourteenth Street; C. B. Parcells, No. 473 
Edwards Street. 

Officers — President, S. H. Melvin; Secretary, J. A. Mc- 
Kinnon. 

Regular meetings held first Tuesday of each month. 

FREE LIBRARY AND CENTRAL READING ROOM. 

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room are established at 1704 Seventh Street, West Oakland, and 
622 East Twelfth Street, East Oakland. The rooms are open 
daily (holidays excepted) from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. The library, 
containing a choice collection of nearly 11,000 volumes, is open 
daily (Sundays and kolidays excepted), from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. 
Librarian, Miss Ina D. Coolbrith; First Assistant, Henry F. Peter- 
Second Assistant, Miss Lillie Marsh. 



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President, Isaac Upham ; Superintendent and Secretary (ex- 
qfficio) F. M. Campbell; Assistant Superintendent and Secretary, 
Mrs. K. A. Campbell; C. H. Redington, First Ward; H. M. San- 
born, Second Ward; H. T. Smith, Third Ward; E. Everett, 
Fourth Ward; Isaac Upham, Fifth Ward; R. W. Miller, Sixth 
Ward; Dr. A. Fine, Seventh Ward. 

Standing Committees. 

Rules and Regulations — Redington, Smith, and Fine. 

Classification, Text-Books, and Course of Instruction 
— Fine, Everett, and Miller. 

School-Houses and Sites — Smith, Redington, and Fine. 

Furniture, Supplies, and Printing — Miller, Sanborn, and 
Everett. 

High School — Redington. Everett, and Fine. 

Commercial and Evening School — Sanborn, Smith, and 

Miller. 

Finance — Everett, Miller, and Redington. 
Judiciary — Sanborn, Smith, and Everett. 
Industrial Education — Redington, Fine, and Sanborn . 
Observatory — Sanborn, Miller, and Smith. 

Office Hours for School Business. 

Superintendent — City Hall; 8 to 10 A. m., and 3:30 to 5 
p. M., except Saturday. Saturdays, 8 A. M. to 12 m. 

C. H. Redington — 1668 Seward, when in city, every even- 
ing at 6:20. 

Henry M. Sanborn — Tuesdays and Thursdays; after 6:30 
p. M., 475 Twenty-sixth Street; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri- 
days, after 6:30 P. M., at 475 Fourteenth Street. 

H. T. Smith — 962 Broadway, 9 A. m. to 5 p. m. 

Edward Everett — 719 Eighth Street, after 6:30 p. m. 

Isaac Upham — 1155 Jackson Street, Mondays and Wednes- 
days, 6:30 to 7:30 P M. 

R. W. Miller — Galindo Hotel, 7 p. m., Mondays and Satur- 

da}^s. 

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent of Public Schools, Fred. M. Campbell; As- 
sistant Superintendent, Mrs. Kate A. Campbell. 

High School — J. B. McChesney, Principal; teachers, W. A. Gal- 
braith, S. P. Meads, S. A. Chambers, Mrs. Katharine B. 
Fisher, Mrs. Lizzie R. Griffin, Miss Jeannie M. Walbridge, 
Miss Kate M. Wertz, Mrs. Mina Ferrier, Miss Alma J. Gal- 
braith, Miss M. E. Conners ; Miss Helen Shearer; janitor, 
Robert Blackwood. 

Irving School — J. B. McChesney, Principal; teachers, Miss Sara 
Boniface, Miss Emma H. Hilton, Miss H. Percie Stearns, 
Mrs. Florence A. Nusbaumer; janitor, Robert Blackwood. 

Garfield School — Miss Ellen Gibbs, Principal; teachers, Miss 
Kate Marsh, Miss Frances Murray. 

Prescott School — D. T. Fowler, Principal; teachers, Miss Mary 
C. Heaton, Miss C. T. Fellows, Miss E. A. Stevens, Miss M. 
Rainey, Miss M. McLean, Miss Eugenie M. Burgin, Miss 
Lizzie Storey, Miss Mertie Burrows, Miss Annie M. Johnson, 
Miss Cy thia P. Seet, Miss Lizzie A. Parker, Miss Nellie R. 
Lynch, Miss E. Clarissa Morris, Miss Amanda M. Young- 
man, Mrs. Ida A. Cody, Mrs. Mary E. Haw r kins, Miss Mary 

E. Meek, Miss Alice M. Wells, Mrs. Narcissa J. Ash ton; 
janitor, Mrs. Margaret Allen. 

Grove Street School — Mrs. Nancy D. Standeford, Principal; 

teachers, Miss M. Campbell, Miss Jena W. Nesbitt, Mrs. 

Emma G. Todd; janitor, Mrs. Sarah Heney. 
Tompkins School — Mrs. Rosamond R. Johnston, Principal; 

teachers, Mrs. Brenda H. Stone, Miss Adeline E. Walton, 

Miss Henrietta Sumner, Miss Waretta A. Carter, Miss M. A. 

Kimball, Miss Sadie I Regan, Mrs. Cordelia J. Hammer, Miss 

Regina Reilly; janitor, B. H. Carter. 
Lincoln School — J. W. McClymonds, Principal ; teachers, Mrs. 

Margaretta L. Hoyt, Miss Virginia D. Heath, Mrs. Sophia B. 

Gates, Miss Joanna M. O'Meara, Miss Mary D. Bull, Miss 

Etta L. Thompson, Miss Ella Ferry, Miss Letitia S. Aldrich, 

Miss Lydia H. Campbell, Miss Annie R. Dargie, Mrs. Etha 

F. Garlick, Miss Esther S. Elder, Mrs. Naomi B. Keer; jani- 
tor, Robert Irvine. 

Durant School — S. G. S. Dunbar, Principal; teachers, Mrs. 
Anna R. Wood, Mrs. Cynthia C. N. Walter, Miss Fanny 
Ward, Miss Martha L. Rowland, Mrs. Elise D. Reynolds, 
Mrs. Kate B. Mcintosh, Mrs. Flora A. Parker, Miss Minnie 
E Buckelew, Miss Lizzie C. Betancue, Miss Amelia B. Clow, 
Miss Minnie T. Kimball, Mrs. Lizzie F. Fowler, Mrs. Ella E. 
Greenman, Mrs. Lucy E. Crawford, Mrs. Myra V. Kingman; 
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Franklin School — J. H. Sumner, Principal; teachers, Mrs. 

Emma K. Tucker, Miss Mattie J. Shaw, Miss Nettie E. 

Bentley, Miss H. L. Shaw, Miss Henrietta C. Simpson, Mrs. 

flattie" G. Ayer, Mrs. Ella M. Bartholomew, Mrs. Helen M. 

Storrs, Miss Angie Wakeman, Miss Louisa E. White, Miss 

Frances C. Sutherland, Mrs. Lucy A. Walker; janitor, 

George B riant. 
Lafayette School — Miss Abbie F. Aldrich, Principal; teachers, 

Miss Tillie C. Lisson, Miss Mildred J. Scott, Miss Josie Len- 
'non, Miss Nellie Cook, Miss Mary F. Potter, Miss Elizabeth 

M. Sherman, Miss Anna Newcum, Mrs. Helen E. Breed, 

Miss Margaret Wythe, Miss Julia E. Sherman, Mrs. Marcia 

G. Bradbury, Miss Ida Seely, Mrs. Emma W. Anderson; 

janitor, Allen Peel. 

Cole School — J. P. Garlick, Principal; teachers, Mrs. Fanrry 
M. Pugh, Miss A. A. McCord, Miss Agnes G. Madden, Mrs. 
Harriet J. Lee, Miss Mary F. Buckelew, Miss Martha R. Mc- 
Clure, Miss Carrie A. Vinzent, Miss Eleanor Pullman, Miss 
Florence A. Pereau, Miss Susie H. Snook, Miss Hattie B. 
Sproul, Miss Josie N. Standeford, Mrs. Jennie N. Brower, 
Miss Fanny G. Smith; janitor, J. S Fox. 

Harrison Street School — Mrs. Harriett M. Mullen. Principal; 
teachers, Miss Anna A. Cordes, Miss Helen A. Robins, Miss 
Anna M. Quince; janitor, Mrs. Carrie Bock. 

Swett School — Mrs. E. D. Marion, Principal; teachers, Miss 
Jennie A. Wade, Miss Carrie M. Ellis, Miss Alice B. Ward. 

Grant School — Miss Elizabeth Powell, Principal ; teachers, Miss 
Elizabeth B. Myrick, Miss Helen M. Blake; janitor, Mrs. 
Minnie W. McLaughlin. 

Clawson School — Miss Julia E. Colby, Principal ; teachers, Mrs. 
Sarah B. By rod, Mrs. Mary E. Pelham, Mrs. Mary J. Ayres; 
janitor, Mrs. Mary A. Nicoll. 

Evening School — Teachers. J. P. H. Dunn, George Edwards, 
and Annie W. Brewer. 
Principal of Drawing — P. A. Garin. 
Principal of Music — Miss Eliza P. Brown. 
Department Mechanic — J. H. Bell. 
Assistant Department Mechanic — James Carlon. 
The school reports of the Times are always full and accurate. 

ACADEMIES, SEMINARIES, AND PRIVATE 

SCHOOLS. 

Hopkins Academy — Located on Plymouth Avenue between 
Telegraph Avenue and Broadway. Students fitted for col- 
lege and for business life. Reached by either Telegraph 
Avenue or Broadway and Piedmont lines of street-cars. 
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on Academy Hill (adjoining Hopkins Academy) opposite 
Thirty-fourth S reet. A full course, and an English course 
of study of three years each. Students received from any 
evangelical denomination. Year begins September ] ; closes 
May 12. Faculty: Rev. Dr. J. A. Benton, Rev. Dr. I. E 
Dwindle; Rev. Dr. G. Mooar. 

California Military Academy — Located corner of Telegraph 
and Prospect Avenues. Thorough preparation for college or 
business life. Col. W. H. O'Brien, Principal. 

Normal School — Located at 465 Thirteenth Street. A. M. 
Chadwick, A. M., Principal. 

Oakland Academy — 1265 Franklin Street. A day school for 
both sexes. It provides, (1) a Classical and Scientific Course, 
(2) a Commercial Course, (3) a Normal Course, (4) Modern 
Languages and Drawing. Isaac Wright, A. M., and D. P. 
Haynes, B. S., Principals. 

The Oaks — Located on Oak Street between Tenth and Twelfth. 
Home and day school for young ladies. Miss L. Tracy, 
Principal. 

Sackett School — Located at 529 Twenty-first Street, A pre- 
paratory boarding and day school for young men and boys. 
D. P. Sackett, Principal. 

Snell SEMINARY — Located at 568 Twelfth Street. A boarding 
and day school for young ladies. Richard B. Snell and Miss 
Mary E. Snell, Principals. 

Miss Horton's School — Located at northeast corner Filbert and 
Twelfth Streets. A select school for boys and girls. Miss 
S. W. Horton, Principal. 

Miss Bisbee's School — Coiner Seventh Avenue and Sixteenth 
Street. 

Oakland Business College and Institute of Penmanship — 
Located at 1015 Clay. Affords to both sexes practical and 
thorough instruction for business life. D. C. Taylor, Prin- 
cipal. 

University of California — Notice will be found in Berkeley 
portion of Directory, as also Deaf, Dumb, and Blind In- 
stitution. 

Baptist College — The corner-stone of the Baptist College was 
laid at Highland Park, East Oakland, on the 29th of June, 
1886. Mrs. E. H. Gray, wife of Rev. E. H. Gray, pastor of 
the First Baptist Church of Oakland, donated SI 0,000 
towards the purchase of the site. Students of both sexes 
are admitted on equal footing to the advantages of the Col- 
lege. Organization of the Board: H. E. McCune, President; 
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Field Seminary for Young Ladies, Home School — Located at 
1825 Telegraph Avenue. Address, Mrs. R. G. Knox, Pro- 
prietor, or Miss Frances A. Dean, Principal. Terms com- 
mence in January and August. 

The Chabot Observatory of Oakland is situated in the 
middle of Lafayette Square, which is bounded by Tenth, 
Eleventh, Jefferson, and Grove Streets. Its exact geograph- 
ical position in latitude, 37° 48' 5" north; longitude, 122° 
16' 34.4" west from Greenwich, or, in time, 8 hours 9 minutes 
6 seconds west from Greenwich; 3 hours minutes 54 sec- 
onds west from Washington. The Observatory building, 
together with its splendid equipment, was the free gift of 
Anthony Chabot, Esq., to the Board of Education in trust 
for the city of Oakland. Monday evenings are reserved for 
the schools, and Friday evenings for observatory work. 
Cards for admission on other evenings can be obtained on 
application to the Director, Fred. M. Campbell, City Hall. 

Mills College (Seminary) — Located at Seminary Park, about 
five miles from Oakland, on the San Leandro Road. This 
institution was founded by Rev. Cyrus T. Mills, D. D. (who 
died April 20, 1884), and his wife, Mrs. Susan L. Mills, and 
was incorporated as "Mills College" in 1885. It is the 
intention of the Trustees and Faculty to build up a school in 
no respect inferior to the highest of the Eastern colleges for 
women. The College course corresponds very nearly to that 
of Wellesley. The Seminary course of study remains un- 
changed. Catalogues giving full details can be had by per- 
sonal application or by mail. Post-office address, Mills 
Seminary, Alameda County, Cal. C. C. Stratton, D. D., 
President; Mrs. C. T. Mills, Principal. 

Roman Catholic Schools. 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart — Located at 
1534 Webster Street. A boarding school for young ladies. 
Taught by the Sisters of Jesus and Mary. 

St. Mary's School for Boys — Located corner Jefferson and Sev- 
enth Streets. Taught by the Christian Brothers. Number 
of pupils, 250. 

St. Mary's School for Girls — Located at coiner Grove and 
Seventh Streets. Taught by the Sisters of the Convent of 

, our Lady of the Sacred Heart. Number of pupils, 380. 

St. Anthony's School for Boys (East Oakland) — Located cor- 
ner East Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avenue. Taught by 
the Christian Brothers. 

St. Anthony's School for Girls (East Oakland)— Located 
corner East Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avenue. Taught by 
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Peralta. Taught by the Christian. Brothers. 
St. Patrick's School for Girls — Located corner Seward and 

Peralta. Taught by the Sisters of Mercy. 

St. Joseph's Academy — Located corner Jackson and Fifth 
Streets. A boarding school for young men and boys. 
Taught by the Christian Brothers. Brother Lascian, Di- 
rector. 

CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS. 

First Baptist Church. 

Location, corner Brush and Fourteenth Streets. Rev. Dr. 

E. H. Gray, pastor. Residence, 763 Twelfth. Services, 11 A. M., 
7:30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 12:30 P. M. 

First Baptist Church of East Oakland. 

Location, corner East Fourteenth Street and Tenth Avenue. 
Rev. J. Herndon Garnett, pastor. Residence, corner Tenth Ave- 
nue and East Nineteenth Street. Services, 11 A. M., 7:15 P. M. ; 
Sundav-school, 12:30 P. M. 

San Pablo Avenue Baptist Church. 

Location, corner San Pablo Avenue and Nineteenth Street. 
Rev. W. T. Fleenor, pastor. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M.; Sun- 
day-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

Free-Will Baptist Church. 

Location, corner Twenty-first and Brush Streets. Services, 
11 A. M., 7: 30 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

First Swedish Baptist Church. 
Location, 831 Brush Street. Services, 11 A. M., 7: 30 P. M. 

Unitarian Church. 
Services at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Franklin and Eleventh 
Streets. Rev. C. W. Wedute, pastor. Services, 11 A. M. ; Sunday - 
school|12 £30 p. m. 

Chinese Mission of Baptist Church. 

Location, 719 Eleventh Street. 

First Congregational Church. 
Location, corner Clay and Twelfth Streets. Rev. Dr. John 
Knox McLean, pastor. Residence, 520 Thirteenth Street. Rev. 
John Rea, associate pastor. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. ; 
Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

East Oakland Congregational Church. 
Location, Washington Hall, 307 East Twelfth Street. Rev. C. 

F. Clapp, pastor. Residence, corner Seventh Avenue and Sixteenth 
Street. Services, 11 A. M., 7 : 30 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 12 : 30 P. M. 



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Second Congregational Church. 
Location Chase between Wood and Willow Streets. Serv- 
ices, 11 A. M., 6: 15 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church. 
Location, Plymouth Avenue near Telegraph Avenue. Rev. 
George Mooar, pastor. Residence, 444 Edwards Street. Services, 
11 A. M., 7 P. M.; Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

Golden Gate Congregational Church. 
Location, corner Adeline and Thirty-fourth Streets. Rev. 
W. H. Cooke, pastor. Residence, 925 Thirty -sixth Street. Ser- 
vices, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. 

Market Street Congregational Church. 

Location, corner Market and Twenty-second Streets. Rev. 
G. H. Merrill, pastor. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. 

First Methodist Church. 
Location, corner Clay and Fourteenth Streets. Rev. E. R- 
Dille pastor Residence, 1401 Castro Street. Services, 11 A. M., 
7: 30 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

Methodist Episcopal Church of East Oakland. 

Location, 1220 Seventh Avenue. Rev. J. W. Ross, pastor. 
Residence, 219 East Sixteenth Street. Services. 11 A.M., 7:30 
p. M. ; Sunday-school, 9 : 30 A. M. 

Centennial Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location, 955 Campbell Street. Seats free. Services, 11 
A. M., 7: 30 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 12: 15 P. M. 

G-erman Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location, Seventeenth Street between Te'egraph and San 
Pablo Avenues. Rev. L. Kroeck, pastor. Residence, 526 Seven- 
teenth Street. Services, 10:45 A. M., 7:30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 

9:30 A. M. 

Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Chase Street between Wood and Willow Streets. 
Rev. J. P. Sandholdt, pastor. Services, 10: 30 A. M., 7: 30 P. M. 

Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church (South). 
Location, corner Clay and Fifteenth Streets. Rev. C. O. 
Steele, pastor. Residence, 71G Sixteenth Street. Services, 11 
A. M., 7: 30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location, Fifteenth between Market and West Streets. Rev. 
J. W. Sexton, pastor. Services, 11 A. M., 7: 30 P. M. 

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St. John's Episcopal Church. 

Location, Grove Street between Seventh and Eighth Streets- 
Rev. Benjamin Akerly, rector. Residence, corner Adeline and 
Sixteenth Streets. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 
9:30 A. M. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner Harrison and Fourteenth Streets. Rev. 
Hobart Che twood, rector. Services, 11 A. M., 7: 30 P.M.; Sun- 
day-school, 9 : 45 a. M. 

Church of the Advent (Episcopal, East Oakland). 

Location, corner East Sixteenth Street and Twelfth Avenue. 
Rev. H. D. Lathrop, rector. Residence, 310 Seventeenth Street. 
Services, 11 A. M. 

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner Cypress and Ninth Streets. Entrance, 
Ninth Street. Rev. John A. Emery, rector. Services, 11a. m., 
7:30 P. M. 

First Hebrew Congregation. 

Location of synagogue, southeast corner Clay and Thirteenth 
Streets. Rev. M. S. Levy, Rabbi. Services, Saturday, 11 A. M. ; 
Sabbath-school, 10 a. m. 

Congregation Beth Jacob. 
Services held at 909 Webster Street. E. Barnett, President. 

First Presbyterian Church. 
Location, corner Franklin and Fourteenth Streets. Rev. 
Francis A. Horton, D. D., pastor. Residence, 1357 'Franklin 
Street. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 P. M ; Sunday-school, 9:30 A. M. 

Second Presbyterian Church. 
Location, Union between Eighth and Tenth Streets. H. H. 
Rice, pastor. Residence, 1054 Kirkham. Services, 11 A. M., 
7: 30 P. M. ; Sunday-school, 12: 30 P. M. 

Presbyterian Church of East Oakland. 
Location, corner East Fourteenth Street and Fifteenth 
Avenue. Rev. E. S. Chapman, D. D., pastor. Residence, 1264 
Twelfth Avenue. Services, 11 A. M., 7:30 p. M. ; Sunday-school, 
12:30 P. M. 

Presbyterian Chinese Mission. 

Location, 264 Thirteenth Street. Services, 11 A. M., 7 P. M. 
Church of the Immaculate Conception. 

Located on Jefferson between Seventh and Eighth Streets. 
Rev. Michael King, rector; Rev. Tho i.as Cranwell and Rev. 
James Melvin, assistant rectors. Residence, 616 Seventh Street. 
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7: 30 P. M. Mass on week days, 7 A. M. Sunday-school after the 
9 A. M. Mass. 

St. Patrick's Church (West Oakland). 
Located corner Seward and Peralta. Rev. J. B. McNally, 
rector; Rev. J. O'Connell, assistant rector. 

St. Anthony's Church (East Oakland). 
Located corner East Fifteenth Street and Sixteenth Avenue. 
Rev. Wm, Gleeson, rector. 

Church of St. Francis De Sales. 
Rev. Thomas McSweeny, rector. Location and rector's res- 
idence, corner Grove and Twenty-first Streets. 

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

Rev. Lawrence Serda, rector. Fortieth Street, North Tem- 
esc 1. 

Christian Church. 

Location, corner Market and Thirteenth Streets. Rev. 
George W. Sweeney, pastor. Residence, corner Myrtle and 
Eighteenth Streets. Services, 11 a. M., 7:30 P. M. , Sunday- 
school, 10 A. M. 

First Universalist Church 

Services at Hamilton Hall, corner Jefferson and Thirteenth 
Streets, at 11 A. M. ; Sunday-school, 12:15 P. M. Rev. S. Good- 
enough, pastor. 

G-erman Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church. 
Location, corner Clay and Thirteenth Streets. Rev. J. H. 
Theiss, pastor. Residence, 608 Twelfth Street. Services, 10: 45 

A. M. ; Sunday-school, 9:30 A. M. Services, Thursday evenings, 
7:45 P. M. 

Church of Christ. 

(Independent and unsectarian.) Services in a hall of the 
Wilson Block, on Fourteenth Street, near Washington. A. Cop- 
lin, pastor. 

Seventh-Day Adventist Church. 

Location, corner Twelfth and Brush Streets. Elder E. J. 
Waggoner, pastor. Residence, 1465 Castro Street. Services on 
Sabbath (Saturday) at 11 A. M. ; Sabbath-school, 9: 30 a. m. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 
Harrison between Third and Fourth Streets. Pr -sident, H. 

B. Brown. Services, Sunday, 11 A. M. and 7 P. M. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

Rooms, 865 Broadway. Isaiah Bray, General Secretary. 
Noonday prayer-meeting, week days from 12 M. to 12: 45 p. m. 
Young men's prayer-meetings Monday evenings, from 7: 45 to 
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Young Men's Christian Temperance Union. 

Meets every fourth Thursday in each month in Ebell Parlors, 
Hamilton Hall. 

Oakland Spiritual Association. 

Meets every Sunday, at 2 p. M., at Grand Army Hall, 419 
Thirteenth Street. 

Salvation Army. 

Object, to bring sinners to repentance. Barracks, 315 and 
317 Eighth Street, headquarters for Pacific Coast. 

SECRET SOCIETIES. 
F. and A. M. 

Oakland Masonic Temple Association — Northwest corner of 
Washington and Twelfth Streets. Incorporated June 25, 
1878. C. E. Gillett, Secretary. Regular meeting of the 
Board on the second Wednesday in every month. 

Live Oak Lodge No. 61, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings on the 
first Friday of every month at the Masonic Temple. W. F. 
Perry, W. M.; M. D. Hyde, S. W.; W. H. Parrish, J. W.; 
Peter Baker, Treasurer; A. W. Bishop, Secretary; A. D. 
Thomson, S. D.; A. Merritt, J. D. ; E. Sutherland and C. E. 
Havens, Stewards; G. H. Tilley, Tiler. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings on 
the first Saturday in each month at Masonic Temple. H. 
A. Powell, W. M.; F. L. Button, S. W.; E. H. Morgan, J. 
W. ; C. B. Rutherford, Treasurer; A. K. Clark. Secretary; 
D. T. Fowler, S. D.; H. S. Bartlett, J. D.; W. A. Koser and 
G. C. Pardee, Stewards; C. E. Gillett, Tiler. 

Oakland Chapter, No. 26, R. A. M. — Meets on the first and 
third Wednesdays in every month at the Masonic Temple. 
W.Frank Pierce, H. P.; E. H. Morgan, King; M. Endon, 
Scribe; Charles D. Pierce, Treasurer; J. W. McClymond, 
Secretary; Webb N. Pearce, C. of H; F. M. Campbell, P. S.; 
A. K. Clark, R. A C. ; J. J. Newsom, M. T. V. ; N. A. Koser, 
M. S. V. ; D. L. Davis, M. F. V. ; C. E. Gillett, Guard. 

Oakland Council No. 12, R. and S. M. — Meets on third Thursday 
in every month at the Masonic Temple. Geo. J. Woodruff, T. 
I. M; F. B: Rodolph, R. I. D. M.; E. H. Morgan, I. P. C. W. ; 
Geo. Goodman, Treasurer; Webb N. Pearce, Recorder; Chas. 
W. Hewes, C. of G.; Chas. F. Burnham, C. of C; E. Win- 
chester, Steward; C. E. Gillett, Sentinel. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 225 (East Oakland) — Meets at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, first Tuesday of each 
month. T. H. Hatch, W M.; Wm. T. Gibbs, S. W.; F R. 
Capell, J. W.; Chas. D. Hayes, Secretary; Geo. H. True, 
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Oakland Commandery No. 11, K. T. — Stated conclave the first 
Tuesday in every month at Masonic Temple. J. B. Merritt, 
E. C.; Z. T. Gilpin, G. ; Chas. F. Burnham, C. G.; Chas. N. Fox, 
President; R. C. Gaskill, Treasurer; S. T. Black, Recorder; 
Chas. W. Hewes, S. W.; D. E. Collins, J. W.; A. F. Gunn, 
St. B.; Chas. W. Wilkins, Sw.B.; A.D.Thomson, Warden; 
Chas. E. Gillett, Sentinel. 

Oakland Lodge of Perfection No 12, A. and A., S. Rite. — 
Meets on the first and third Monday evenings in every month, 
at the Masonic Temple. Chas. E. Gillett, V. M.; Byron 0. 
Dick, S. W.; Geo. Patterson, J. W.; E. A. Sherman, Or.; E. A. 
Nordhausen, Al.; A. W. Bishop, Secretary; A. Chabot, Treas- 
urer; W. Frank Pierce, M. of C; J. B. Merritt, S. Ex.; E. 
Carmany, J. Ex.; J. C. B. Schlarbaum, C. of G. ; B. F. Strom- 
berg, Tiler. 

Gethsemane Chapter No. 5, Rose Croix, A. and A.,S. Rite — 
Meets Monday evening on call, at Masonic Temple. W. 
Frank Pierce, W. M.; A. Waterhouse, S. W.; E. H.Morgan, 
J. W.; E. A. Sherman, Or.; E. A. Nordhausen, Al.; A. N. 
Bishop, Secretary; A. Chabot, Treasurer; B. C. Dick, M. of 
C; Geo. Patterson, S. E.; E. Cormany, J. E.; W. T. Hamil- 
ton, S. B. ; J. C. B. Schlarbaum, G. of T. ; B. F. Stromberg, 
Tiler. 

De Molay Council No. 2, Knights of Kadosh, A. and A., S. 
Rite — Meets on call, at Masonic Temple. J. B. Merritt, E. C; 
W. Frank Pierce, 1st Lieutenant; E. H. Morgan. 2d Lieutenant; 
G. E. Kennedy, Chancellor; E. A. Sherman, Or.; E. A. Nord- 
hausen, Al.; A. W. Bishop, Secretary; A. Chabot, Treasurer; 
B. C. Dick, M. of C; C. F. Burnham, Tur.; G. E. De Golia, 
Drap.; Geo. Patterson, 1st Deacon; E. Carmany, 2d Deacon; 
W. T. Hamilton. B. of B.; Geo. Goodman, B. S. S.; N. B. 
Holmes, B. T. S.; M. T. McNeeley, L. of G.; B. F. Stromburg, 
Sentinel. 

Oak Leaf Chapter No. 8, O. E. S. — Meets on the second and 
fourth Thursday in every month, at Masonic Temple. Ellen 
R. Wheeler, W. M.; J. B. Merritt, W. P.; Cora A. Merritt, 
A. M. ; C. C. N. Walter, Secretary; Nancy Holmes, Treas- 
urer; Carrie McKenzie, Con.; Ella L. Hersey, A. C; The- 
rese Rosenberg, Adah; Jennie S. Wood worth, Ruth; Alice 
Burrett, Esther; Fanny Ward, Martha; J. A. Dupre, Electa; 
Julia A. Gardiner, Warden; C. E. Gillett, Sentinel 

Alcatraz Lodge No. 244 (West Oakland) — Meets at Masonic 
Hall, corner of Willow and Seventh Streets, first Monday 
evening of each month. J. C. Gohrman, W. M.; E. S. Per- 
kins, S. W.; D. Robertson, J W.; Chas. T. Kriytser, Secre- 
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Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 
(Hall, northwest corner Franklin and Eleventh Streets.) 

Oakland Lodge No. 118— Meets < very Tuesday evening, at Odd 
Fellows' Hall. Membership, 275. C. H. Cole, N. G.; Henry 
Madden, V. G. ; A. N. Drinkvvater, Recording Secretary; E. 
A. Price, Financial Secretary; Peter Baker, Treasurer. 

University Lodge No. 144 — Meets every Thursday evening, at 
Odd Fellows' Hall. Membership, 170. R. W. Church, N. 
G.; W. S. Baxter, V. G.; J. A. Crane, Recording Secretary; 
W. B. Smith, Financial Secretary; J. R. Capell, Treasurer. 

Fountain Lodge No. 198 — Meets every Monday evening, at Odd 
Fellows' Hall. Membership, 150. D. H. Matthiesen, N. G.; 
M. H. Mikkelsen, V. G .; N. J. Swenson, Recording Secre- 
tar} 7 ; P. J. Ipsen, Financial Secretary; E. Kreyenhagen, 
Treasurer. 

Porter Lodge No. 272— Meets at Kohler's Hall, 1506 Seventh 
Street, West Oakland, every Tuesday evening. E. J. Hahn, 
N. G.; E. Kochendorfer, V. G.; R. H. Moskiman Jr., Record- 
ing Secretary; Martin Maurahn, P. S.; Eugene E. Crowell, 
Treasurer. 

Occidental Lodge No. 2484 (colored — Meets at Pythian Hall, 
1056 Broadway, first and third Thursday evenings; College 
Degrees, second Thursdays; House of Instruction, fourth 
Thursda} r s each month. 

Evening Star Lodge No. 263 (East Oakland) — Meets at Schim- 
melpfennig's Hall, 764 East Twelfth Street, every Wednes- 
day evening. H. W. Dirke, N. G.; J. H. Luth, Secretary; 
F. Schimmelpfennig, Treasurer. • 

Orion Lodge No. 189 (East Oakland)— Meets at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, every Saturday evening. 
Geo. G. Gumming, N. G. ; Win Jess, V. G.; O. Whipple, 
Secretary; W. H. H. Hamilton, Treasurer. 

Enterprise Lodge No. 298 — Meets at hall, corner San Pablo 
Avenue and Twenty-eighth Street, every Thursday even- 

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Oakland Encampment No. 64 — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 
East Twelfth Street, second and fourth Fridays of each 
month. E. P. Smith. C. P.; — Hall, H. P.; W. EL H. Hamil- 
ton, S. W.; O. Whipple, J. \V. : G. G. Gumming, Scribe; E. 
.E. Crowell. Treasurer. 

Golden Rule Encampment No 34 — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 
corner Franklin and Eleventh Streets, first and third Friday 
evenings in each month. M. McKenzie, C. P.; E. H. Lake. 
H. P.; Frank Trask, S. W.; J. S. White, J. W.; John McVey, 
Scribe; W. P. Wetmore, Treasurer. 



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Oakland Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 16 — Meets at Odd Fel- 
lows' Hall, every Saturday evening. Mrs. Jane Potter, N. 
G.; Mrs. Watkins, V. G.; Miss May Higgins, Secretary; Mrs. 
Larsen, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Rebekah Degree Lodge No. 12 (East Oakland) — 
Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, every 
Monday evening. Miss May V. Northey, N. G. ; Miss Ada 
Rice, V. G.; Miss Cora Morse, Secretary; Mrs. Anna Leise, 
Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Relief Committee — Meets at 10 
Sunday at hall. D. H. Matthiesen, President; 
Secretary. 

Odd Fellows' Library — In Odd Fellows' Hall. Open every 
day, Sundays excepted, from 1 to 9 P. M. P. J. Ipsen, Li- 
brarian. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association — Meets at Hall last Monday 
evening in each month. Geo. Kirk, President; John McVey, 
Secretary; Otto Brown, Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association of East Oakland — Meets at 
Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, Second Monday evening of 
each month. O. Whipple, President; E. Bangle, Secretary 
George Chase. Treasurer. 

Vorwaerts Lodge No 313 — Meets at Germania Hall, everv 

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Sunset Lodge (Rebekah Degree) — Meets at Masonic Hall, cor- 
ner Willow and Seventh Streets, Friday evening of each 
month. Mrs. M. Maguire, N. G.; Mrs. M. E. Gould, Record- 
ing Secretary; Mrs. Delia A. Collins, Treasurer. 

Ancient Order United Workmen 
(Hall 377 Twelfth Street, corner Franklin.) 

California Lodge No. 1 — Meets at Masonic Hall (West Oak- 
land)' Tuesday evening. G. H. Fonda, Master Workman; 
W. H. Wilkinson, Recorder. 

Oakland Lodge No. 2— Meets Friday, 377 Twelfth Street, 

Brooklyn Loege No. 3 — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 East 
Twelfth Street. Meets Thursday evenings of each month. 

Occidental Lodge No. 6 — Meets at northeast corner Seventh 
and Peralta Streets. West Oakland, Friday evening. 

Pacific Lodge No. 7 — Meets Tuesday, 377 Twelfth Street. 
Oak Leaf Lodge No. 35— Meets Monday, 377 Twelfth Street. 
Keystone Lodge No. 64 — Meets Tuesday, 377 Twelfth Street. 
Temple Lodge No. 11 — Meets at North Temescal, Monday 

evening. 
Bay District Lodge No. 226 — Meets at Klinkner Hall, San 

Pablo Avenue Station, Tuesday evming. 



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Dawn of Hope No. 1 — Meets at West Oakland second and 
fourth Mondays each month. Miss M. Lynd, Mrs. K. Car- 
others. 

Silver Star No. 2 — Meets at North Temescal first and third 
Mondays each month. Mrs. N. Babcock, Mrs. R. C. Adney. 

Grand Army of the Republic. 
(Hall, 419 Thirteenth Street.) 

Lyon Post No. 8— Meets at G. A. R. Hall every Tuesday even- 
ing. L. S. Bixby, commander. 

Lyon Woman's Relief Corps No. 6 — Meets every Wednesday 
at G. A. R. Hall, at 2 P. m. Mrs. Martha A. Simon, Pres- 
ident; Mrs. De Irena Fields, Secretary. 

Appomattox Relief Corps, W. R. C. — Meets every Tuesday at 
G. A. R. Hall, at 2 P. M. Mrs. Gertrude Smythe, President; 
Mrs. G. W . Bolser, Secretary. 

Appomattox Post No. 50 — Meets at G. A. R. Hall every Tuesday 
evening. W. R. Thomas, Commander. 

Mother Bickerdyke Loyal Ladies' League No. 5 — Object, to 
alleviate distress in the ranks of the old soldiers and their 
families. Drucilla F. Winchester, President; Kate W. Rein- 
oehl, Treasurer; Carrie E. King, Secretary. 

Military Organizations. 

Company A Fifth Infantry, 2d Brigade, N. G. C. — Meets at 
Armory Hall, corner Washington and Twelfth Streets, 
Thursday evening each week, 2d Lieutenant Joseph B. 
Lauck, commanding. 

Company C Third Infantry, 2d Brigade, N. G. C. — Meets at 
Armory Hall, corner Franklin and Twelfth Streets, Tuesday 
evening each week. Henry Levy, Captiin. 

Company F Fifth Infantry, 2d Brigade, N. G. C. — Meets at 
Armory Hall, corner Washington and Twelfth Streets, Mon- 
day evening each week, Captain E. C. Parsons, commanding. 

American Legion of Honor. 

Council No. 192— Meets at G. A. R. Hall, 1419 Thirteenth 
Street, second and fourth Wednesdays each month. James 
Hill, Commander; Wm. I. Bailey, Vice-Commander; Mrs. E. 
B. Farrington, Secretary. 

Union Council, No. 168 (East Oakland)— Meets at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, 555 East Twelfth Street, second and fourth Friday 
nvenings. Mrs. Anna Liese, Commander; Mrs. M. J. Ham- 
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Council No. 1889— Meets at Kohler's Hall, 1506 Seventh Street, 

first and third Wednesdays each month. Win, J. Pettigrew, 

Commander; C. T. Jenkins, Secretary. 
Unity Council, No. 194 — Meets at Masonic Hall, corner Willow 

and Seventh Streets, second and fourth Mondays each month. 

W. S. Snook, Commander; Geo. W. Snook, Secretary; Dr. 

A. G. Anthony, Treasurer. 

Knights of Honor. 
Clinton Lodge No. 2019— Meets at Washington Hall, 307 East 
Twelfth Street, second and fourth Wednesdays of each 
month. J. H. Hayes, Dictator; Wm. H. Wood, Reporter; 
Geo. H. True, Treasurer. 

Golden State Lodge No. 2058— Meets at Pythian Hall, 1056 

Broadway, second and fourth Tuesdays each month. 
Ivanhoe Lodge No. 1889— Meets at Kohler's Hall, 1506 Seventh 

Street, second and fourth Thursdays each month. Wm. 

Wilkinson, Dictator; T. H. McDonald, Secretary; N. B. 

Hoyt, Treasurer. 

Knights of the G-olden Rule. 
Oakland Castle No. 69— Meets at A. O. U. W. Hall, corner 
Franklin and Twelfth Streets, second and fourth Wednesdays 
each month. 

United Order of Honor. 

Fidelity Lodge No. 57 — Meets first and third Wednesdays each 
month at Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth Street, corner Broad- 
way. W. W. Moore, President; Chas. F. Smith, Secretary. 

Guardian Lodge No. 184 — Meets at Pythian Hall, 1056 Broad- 
way, second and fourth Saturday evenings each month. C. 
W.* Gibson, P. P.; W 7 . A. Knowles, P.; Mrs. E. M. Hanavan, 
Secretary; H. H. Skilling, Treasurer. 

Oakland Lodge No. 55 — Meets at Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth 
Street, corner Broadway, second and fourth Saturday even- 
ings. Mrs. E. Fitzgerald, President; Mrs. N. C. Anderson, 
Secretary; A. H. Anderson, Treasurer. 

Athenian Lodge No. 128 — Meets first and third Saturday even- 
ings at Pythian Hall, 1056 Broadway. W. B. Moody, Pres- 
ident; Mrs. E. M. Hanavan, Secretary. 

Independent Order of Good Templars. 
An association formed for the promotion of temperance. The 
Good Templars' Home for Orphans at Vallejo, Cal. (erected 
1869), is sustained by this order. 

Fountain Lodge No. 193 — Meets at Medical Hall, Clay between 
Tenth and Eleventh Streets, every Monday evening. 

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Prohibition Lodge No. 412 — Meets at Congregational Church, 
Chase near Wood Street, every Tuesday evening. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 384 — Meets at Washington Hall, 307 
East Twelfth Street, every Friday evening. 

Oakland Lodge No. 520 — Meets at hall, corner Thirty-fourth 
and Ettie Streets, every Tuesday evening. 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union. 

The object of the Union is for the inculcation and spread of tem- 
perance principles. Officers: Mrs. S. J. Churchill, San Jose, 
President; Mrs. H. H. Havens, Oakland, Corresponding Sec- 
retary; Mrs. S. G. Chamberlain, Oakland, Treasurer. 

United Ancient Order of Druids. 

Oakland Grove No. 24 — Meets at Germania Hall every Mon- 
day evening. John C. Olsen, Treasurer; Daniel Siesbuttel, 
Secretary. 

Mistletoe Grove No. 54 — Meets at Druids Hall, corner Adeline 
and Seventh Streets, every Tuesday evening. 

East Oakland Grove No. 49 — Meets at Schimmelpfennig's 
Hall, 764 East Twelfth Street, East Oakland, every Thurs- 
day evening. W. T. Richmond, Noble Arch; Peter Arnolds, 
Vice- Arch; F. Schimmelpfennig, Treasurer; W. T. Bailey, 
Secretary. 

Ancient Order of Foresters. 

Court Pacific No. 7115 — Meets at Germania Hall, every Tues- 
day evening. Wm. Steele, P. C. R.; C. H. Bremer, C. R.; 
A. Van Alstine, S. C. R.; — Jacobs, Recording Secretary; 
M. J. O'Gara, Financial Secretary; A. O. Clark. Treasurer. 

Court City of Oakland No. G959 — Meets at hall, corner Adeline 
and Seventh Streets, first and third Tuesdays of each month. 
Wm. Rettig, C. R.; Joseph Nethercote, S. C. R. ; B. F. Conger, 
Secretary. 

Court Shell Mound No. 7261 — Meets at Klinkner Hall, San 
Pablo Avenue Station, every Thursday evening. R. Lloyd, 
C. R. 

Companions of the Forest — Meets second and fourth Monday 
of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Knights of Pythias. 

Oakland Division No. 4, Uniform Rank — Meets at Armory 
Hall, corner Washington and Twelfth Streets, every Tues- 
day evening. A. C. McAlpine, Commander: Henry A. Hol- 
land, Recorder. 

Oakland Lodge No. 103 — Meets at Pythian Hall, 1050 Broad- 
way, every Friday evening. E. J. Hahn, C. C. ; H. Levy, 
K. of R. S. 



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Live Oak Lodge No. 17 — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner 
Franklin and Eleventh Streets, each Wednesday evening. 
George Nelson, C. C. ; Henry A. Holland, Recorder. 

Liberty Division No. 11, Uniform Rank — Meets at Hanson's 
Hall, corner Goss and Wood Streets, West Oakland, each 
Monday evening. A. C. McAlpin, Commander; P. M. Wat- 
kins, Recorder. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 32 (East Oakland) — Meets every Monday 
evening at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, 764 East Twelfth Street. 

West Oakland Lodge No*. 141— Meets at Masonic Hall, corner 
Willow and Seventh Streets, Tuesday evening of each month. 
A. M. Barrett, 0. C.; R. G. Graham, K. of R. S. 

Order of Chosen Friends. 

Council No. 188 — Meets at Klinkner Hall, San Pablo Avenue 
Station, Saturday evenings. D. A. Hogshead, C. C. 

Oakland Council No. 20 — Meets at Masonic Hall, corner Wal- 
low and Seventh Streets, first and third Wednesday evenings 
of each month. John Thompson, Councillor; J. C. Gohrman, 
Secretary. 

Unity Council No. 179— Meets at Pythian Hall, 1056 Broad- 
way, first and third Tuesday evenings each month. 

Oak Leaf Council No. 155 — Meets at Grand Army Hall, 419 
Thirteenth Street, first and third Wednesday evenings of each 
month. George M. Fronk. 

Golden State Lodge No. 40 (North Temescal) — Meets at hall 
opposite post-office, second and fourth Wednesday evenings 
each month. Joseph Pedrini, C; Miss Mary E. Burdick, 
Secretary; Mrs. L. D. Lusk, Treasurer. 

United Friends of the Pacific. 

Council No. 6Q — Franz Senram, Chief Councillor; residence, 1731 

Fourteenth Street. 
Clinton Council No. 63 — Meets at Washington Hall, 307 East 

Twelfth Street, Tuesday evening of each month. J. R. Ca- 

pell, Chief Councillor; Mrs. F. W. Davis, Secretary. 
Brooklyn Council No. 50 (East Oakland) — Meets at Schim- 

melpfennig's Hall, 764 East Twelfth Street, every Tuesday 

evening. 

HEBREW SOCIETIES. 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith. 

Oakland Lodge No. 252 — Meets at corner Thirteenth and Clay 
Streets, every Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock. M. A. Sam- 
uels, President; J. Krischner, Vice-President; E. Bernstein, 
Secretary; J. M. Cohen, Treasurer. 




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Chavra Kedusha— A Hebrew benevolent association. M. H. 
Coffee, President; M. Jonas, Secretary. 

Daughters of Israel — A benevolent association organized for 
the relief of the needy of the Hebrew persuasion. Meetings 
held in the vestry of the synagogue. Mrs. R. Beel, Presi- 
dent; Mrs. R. Coffee, Secretary. 

ROMAN CATHOLIC SOCIETIES. 

Young Men's Institute — Meets at St. Mary's Hall. James 

Kennedy, President. 
Young Men's Institute No. 8 — Meets at Masonic Hall, corner 

Willow and Seventh Streets, second and fourth Wednesdays 

of each month. James Henneberry, President; Michael O. 

Day, Recording Secretary; Roger" Sicotte Corresponding 

Secretary. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians. 

Division No. 3 — Meets at St. Mary's Hall, corner Grove and 
Seventh Streets, second Wednesdav of each month. Patrick 
Mullen, President. 

Division No. 2 — Meets at St. Mary's Hall, cor Grove and Sev- 
enth Streets, second Tuesday of each month. James Sul- 
livan, President. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society — Meets at St. Mary's Hall, 
corner Grove and Seventh Streets, first Monday in each 
month. Owen Lafferty, President. 

GERMAN SOCIETIES. 

(Germania Hall, 832-836 Webster Street.) 

Germania Hall Association — Meets first Tuesday in each 
month; David Vogt, President ; John Martens, Secretary; F. 
Senram, Treasurer. 

Oakland Turn Verein — Meets at Germania Hall first and 
third Wednesday in each month. P Conradi, President; G. 
Schmidt, First Secretary; Frank Sanderleider, First Treas- 
urer; W. Levy, Librarian. 

German Evangelical Association — Meets at Kohler's Hall, 
1506 Seventh Street, every Sunday; services commencing 
at 10 A. M. and 7 P. M., Rev. C. Griin, Pastor. 

Verein Eintracht. 

Meets every Tuesday evening at Eintracht Hall, 856 Webster. 
Hans Zoellner, President; Bernard Moeves, Vice-President; 
Chris. Goerner, Recording Secretary; Ferd. Schroeder, Fi- 
nancial Secretary; Theo Hansen, Treasurer. 



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California Lodge No. 2 — Meets at Germania Hall every Thurs- 
day evening. F. Dahnke, President; C. Blessing, Secretary; 
David Vogt, Treasurer. 

Red Men. 
Alameda Stamm No. 113 — Meets at Germania Hall every Sun- 
day evening. P. W. Schroeder, O. Ch.; Powell Schubert, 
W. Ch. ; Otto Sesland, Secretary; David Vogt, Treasurer. 

MISCELLANEOUS- SOCIETIES, CLUBS, ETC. 

Ensemble Club. 
Meets every Monday at 12:45 P. M., at Hamilton Hall. 

Fruit and Flower Mission. 
An association of young ladies who minister to the poor sick in 
hospitals and tenements, by taking them fruits, flowers, deli- 
cacies, and reading matter. Rooms, 1375 Broadway. Miss 
Frances M. Bower, President; Miss Eva Lukins, Treasurer; 
Miss Sara G. Ward, Secretary. 

Knights of the Golden Rule. 

Meets Thursday evenings, at 1015 Clay. 

Oakland Bar Association. 

A. A. Moore, President; J. C. Martin, Vice-President; Geo- E. De 
Golia, Secretary; Geo. D. Metcalf, Treasurer. 

Societa di Mutuo Soccorso Delia. 

Guardia Cristoforo Colombo — An Italian benevolent asso- 
ciation. Meets at hall, 416 Eighth Street, first Saturday 
evening each month. Leonardo Paggi, President; Giuseppe 
Folcia, Secretary. 

Semandade Portuguesa da Ordem de Espirito Santo de 

(West Oakland). 

A Portuguese benevolent incorporation. Trustees: Antonio Cruz, 
Antonio Vieira, August Smith. 

Dania Society. 

A Danish benevolent association. Meets at hall, 864J Broadway, 
every Wednesday evening. John F Tyllesen, President ; 
— Jorgensen, Secretary. 

Sons of St. George. 
Meets Friday evening at Albion Lodge, 1015 Clay. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers- 

Division No. 2S3-Meets*at Kohler's Hall, 1506 Seventh Street 
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St. Andrew's Society. 

Organized for the purpose of affording relief to the sick and needy 
Scotch. Meets at Pythian Hall, 1056 Broadway, every 
Thursday evening. Peter Thomson, President: D. Edward 
Collins, Vice-President ; Jas. P. Taylor, Financial Secretary. 
Dr. W. H. Craig, Treasurer; John Thexton, Recording Sec- 
retary. 

Native Sons of the Golden West. 

Oakland Parlor No. 50 — Meets at Pythian Hall, 1056 Broad- 
way, every Wednesday evening. Charles E. Snook, Presi- 
dent ; W. 0. Cullen, Secretary. 

Oakland Typographical Union, No- 36. 

C. D. Rodgers, President; T. W. Lockwood, Secretary, E. A. 
Cook, Treasurer. 

Deutscher Club. 

Meets 461J Twelfth Street. J. F. W. Bahls, President; A. Koe- 
nig, Secretary. 

Ebell Society. 

Meets in Hamilton Hall last Saturday of each month. Miss Dean, 
President. 

Reliance Athletic Club. 

Meets second floor Masonic Temple. J. W. Tompkins, President; 
E. F. Delger, Vice-President; Chan. G. Bishop, Secretary; 
William G. Elder, Treasurer. Board of Directors: J. W. 
Tompkins, E. F. Delger, R. M. Fitzgerald, C. A. Bon, Chas. 
H. Lovell, O. C. Musser, and Chan. G. Bishop. 

Columbia Rowing Club of Oakland. 

(Boat house foot of Alice Street near Alice Street Bridge.) 

Number of boats, ten, viz. : one four-oared barge, two four-oared 
shells, one pair-oared lapstreak, two single gigs, one single 
lapstreak, two single shells, one canoe. James M. Costigan, 
President; Samuel J. Taylor, Vice-President; Leon D. Smith, 
Secretary; Frank G. Drum, Treasurer; W. H. Mahoney 
Captain; Henry H. Smith, Vice-Captain. Directors: C. R. 
Yates, William McPherson, J. A. Folger, Jr. Address all 
communications to the secretary. 

MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONS, HOSPITALS AND BENEV- 
OLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Oakland Hospital and Home for Invalids — Located on 
Twelfth between Jackson and Madison Streets. E. H. 
Woolsey, M. D., physician in charge. 

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Alameda County Medical Association — Organized October 25, 
1869. A. G. Anthony, M. D., President; E. W. Buck, 
M. D., Vice-President; L. S. Burchard, M. D., Secretary; R. 
Harmon, Treasurer. Number of active members, 338; num- 
ber of honorary members, 4 ; number of non-resident mem- 
bers, 12. Meets at 1155 Broadway, second Tuesday evening 
of each month. 

LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

West Oakland Mutual Loan Association. 

(Office, Masonic Hall, corner of Willow and Seventh Streets.) 

Incorporated July 21, 1857. Meetings held at hall Monday and 
Thursday evenings. A. Sbarboro, Secretary. 

Home Security Building and Loan Association of Ala- 
meda County. 

(Office, 457 Ninth Street, Oakland.) 

This association is managed by a board of nine trustees, elected 
yearly by the shareholders. Meetings held twice a month. 
Chas. K. Clark, Secretary. 

BANKS. 

The Oakland Bank of Savings — Incorporated August 13, 
1867. Located northeast corner Broadway and Twelfth 
Streets. E. C. Sessions, President; W. W. Garth waite, Cash- 
ier. Authorized capital, $1,000,000; Capital and Reserve 
Fund, $500,000. 

First National Bank of Oakland — Incorporated May 15, 
1875. Located at 1000 Broadway. V. D. Moody, President; 
John E. Ruggles, Vice-President; A. D. Thompson, Cashier. 
Capital, $100,000 ; surplus, $100,000. 

Union National Bank — Incorporated May 26, 1875. Located 
southeast corner Broadway and Ninth Street. Thos. Prather, 
President; C. E. Palmer, Cashier. Capital, $150,000. 

Union Savings Bank — Incorporated May 26, 1869. Located 
southeast corner of Ninth and Broadway. J. West Martin, 
President; A. E. H. Cramer, Treasurer. Loans, $1,748,739.- 
67; deposits, $1,691,670.78; Capital and Reserve Fund, $300,- 
000. 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Signs of the Times — A 16-page, weekly, religious paper. Pub- 
lished by the Pacific Press Publishing Co., corner Castro 
Street and Central Avenue. Subscription, $2.00 per year. 



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American Sentinel — An 8-page monthly paper, devoted to the 
defense of American institutions. Published bv Pacific 
Press Publishing Co., corner Castro Street and Central Ave- 
nue. Subscription price, 50 cents per year. 

Pacific Health Journal and Temperance Advocate — Thirty- 
two pages. Devoted to health and temperance. Published 
monthly, by the Pacific Press Publishing Co., .corner 
Castro Street and Central Avenue. Subscription price, 
Si. 00 per year. 

Daily Morning Times — Republican in politics. Published by 
the Times Publishing Co. W. R. Bentlev, Manager 
Office, 950 Broadway. Price, 50 cents per month, delivered 
by carrier. Official paper of the city. Only paper in Cali- 
fornia (outside of San Francisco) issued every day in the 
week. Energetic, spicy, bold. Gives the latest news. 

Enquirer — Issued every evening (Sundays excepted), and deliv- 
ered by carriers at 35 cents a month. Republican in politics. 
Frank A. Leach, Publisher and Proprietor. Office, 960 
Broadway. 

Daily Evening Tribune — Republican. Office, 413-417 Eighth 
Street. Published by Tribune Publishing Co. Yearly sub- 
scription, $6.00. Delivered at 15 cents per week. W. E. 
Dargie, Manager. 

East Oakland News (East Oakland) — Weekly. Republican in 
politics. James D. Nairne, Proprietor. Published every 
Saturday. 

Oakland Sentinel — Weekly. Democratic in politics. Pub- 
lished bv the Sentinel Publishing Co. Frank J Moffitt, 
Manager. Office. Delger Block. 

Oakland Journal (German) — Weekly. Albert Kayser, Editor 
and Publisher. Office, Germania Hall, 832 Webster Street. 
Post-office box, 287. 

The Labor Advocate — Weekly. Published every Saturday 
under the auspices of the Knights of Labor and Trades 
Unions of Alameda County. Subscription, six months, 50 
cents. Publication office, corner Franklin and Twelfth 
Streets. 

Herald of Truth — A semi-monthly paper, devoted to the 
religious interests of the Pacific Coast. Granville S. Abbott, 
Editor and Publisher. Subscription, $1.25 per year. 569 
Eleventh Street. 

California W. C. T. U. Bulletin — Published by the California 
Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. P. D. Browne, 
Editor. Issued monthly. Twenty-five cents per year. 

The Holiness Evangelist — An 8-page paper. Published in 
the interest of Scriptural holiness, by A Coplin, 1171 
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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 

ALAMEDA COUNTY GOVERNMENT. 

County Court House. 
(Local ed on the west side of Broadway, bet Fourth and Fifth 

Streets.) 
Superior Court. 

Department No. 1 — Noble Hamilton, Judge. Term expires 

first Monday in January, 1889. 
Department No. 2 — E. M." Gibson, Judge. Term expires first 

Monday in January, 1890. 
Department No. 3 — W. E. Greene, Judge. Term expires first 

Monday in January, 1890. 

District Attorney — Samuel P. Hall. Term expires first 
Monday in January, 1889. 

Deputy District Attorneys — George E. De Golia, Guy C. 
Earl. 

Court Commissioner — Frederick E. Whitney. Office, 957 
Broadway. 

Sheriff — William E. Hale. Term expires first Monday in 
January, 1889. 

Under Sheriff — W. S. Harlow. 

Deputy Sheriffs — Charles E. Alden, J. C. Jamieson. 

Jailer — E. H. Woolsey. 

Assistant Jailer — John Morrison. 

County Treasurer — S. Huff. Term expires January 1, 1889. 

County Tax Collector — P. R. Borein. Term expires January 
1, 1889. 

County Assessor — Thomas M alloy. Term expires first Mon- 
day in January, 1889. 

County Surveyor — George L. Nusbaumer. Term expires 
first Monday in January, 189. , 

Board of County Supervisors- 
(Room 5, Court Hou<e.) 

Chairman — J. J. Hanifin, Fourth District. Term expire s 
first Monday in January, 1889. 

Bart Morgan, Third District. Terms expires first Monday 
in January, 1889. 

D. W. Martin, Second District. Term expires first Monday 
in January, 1889. 

W. S. Pelouze, Fifth District. Term expires first Monday in 
January, 1889. 

H. Dusterberry, First District. Term expires first Monday 
in January, 1889. 

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STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Auditing and Finance — Morgan, Dusterberry, Pelouze. 
Judiciary and County Buildings — Pelouze, Martin, Morgan. 
Hospital — Dusterberry, Morgan, Martin. 
Roads and Franchises — Martin, Pelouze, Dusterberry. 
Regular Meetings, first Mondays of February, May, August, 
and November. 

Board of Equalization. 

Consists of the County Board of Supervisors. Meets first 
Monday in July and continues in session during the month. 

County Board of Education.. 

(Room 5, Court House.) 

W. F. B. Lynch, Chairman; George W. Frick, F. M. Camp- 
bell, W. B. Ludlow; P. M. Fisher, Secretary. 

County Superintendent of Public Schools — P. M. Fisher. 

Deputy Superintendent of Public Schools — Mrs. Anna C. 
Fisher. 

Office days, Saturdays and Mondays, from 9 A. M. to 4 : 30 

p. M. 

Hall of Records. 

Located on the east side of Broadway between Fourth and 
Fifth Streets. 

County Recorder — Firman D. Hinds. Term of office ex- 
pires first Monday in January, 1889. 

Deputy Recorders — W. B. Hamilton, R. B. S. York. 

Copyists — John C. Cohrman, Charles L Neale, Levi S. Bixby. 

County Clerk and Auditor — Charles T. Boardman. Term 
of office expires first Monday in January, 1889. 

Deputy Clerks — James H. Pond, Rod W. Church, Robert 
Edgar, Frank J. Krauth, W. M. Gilcrest. 

Public Administrator — James Stanley. Term expires first 
Monday in January, 1889. Office, 969 Broadway. 

Coroner — George M. Fronk. Office, 1232 San Pablo Avenue. 
Term expires first Monday in January, 1889. 

County Infirmary. 

(Post-office address, San Leandro.) 

This institution is located about twelve miles from Oakland, be- 
tween San Leandro and Hay wards. It affords a home for the 
indigent aged and infirm, and a hospital for the needy, friendless 
sick of Alameda County. During the year 1885 (inclusive of 
the number on hand at the commencement of the year) there 
were admitted G32, of which number 169 were natives of the 
United States and 321 of foreign birth. Number of births dur- 
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County Receiving Hospital. 

Situated on Franklin Street in rear of Hall of Records 
Building. Under the charge of Dr. H. T. Legler. 

Notaries Public for Alameda County. 

Fred L. Button, Oakland. Commission expires December 
20, 1889. 

Will H. Burrall, Oakland. Commission expires March 26, 
1889. 

Edward H. Bernstein. Oakland. Commission expires March 
3, 1889. 

Ezra Burred, Oakland. Commission expires April 1, 1889. 

W. W. Blow, Oakland. Commission expires May 10, 1888. 

P. D. Browne, Oakland. Commission expires October 22, 
1888. 

J. Calla^han, Oakland. Commission expires March 3, 1889. 

A. M. Church, Oakland. Commission expires July 26, 1889. 

C. L. Culvin, Oakland. Commission expires October 14, 
1888. 

W. J. Dingee, Oakland. Commission expires April 29, 1888. 

J. H. Delehanty, Oakland. Commission expires March 15, 
1888. 

M. T. Dusenbury, Oakland. Commission expires January 7, 
1889. 

John Ellsworth, Alameda. Commission expires March 10, 
1889. 

R. M. Fitzgerald, Oakland. Commission expires May 5, 
1888. 

R. W. Graham, Livermore. Commission expires June 21, 
1888. 

W. Holtz, Alameda. Commission expires June 3, 1887. 

Gary Howard, Oakland. Commission expires March 2, 
1889. 

Thomas C. Huxlev, Mission San Jose. Commission expires 
May 23, 188S. 

C. T. Johns, Oakland. Commission expires March 25, 1889 

A. C. Lawson. Oakland. Commission expires December 9 
1888. 

Max Marcuse, Oakland. Commission expires July 20, 1888 

H. J. McAvov, Oakland. Commission expires December 29 
1888. 

William A. Mix, Oakland. Commission expires April 1 
1889. 

J. W. Moss, Oakland. Commission expires April 1, 1889. 

A. Koenig, Oakland. Commission expires May 27, 1888. 

Hiram A. Luttrell, Oakland. Commission expires April 19, 
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A. J. McLeod, Livermore. Commission expires April 13, 
1888. 

A. B. Merrill, Berkeley. Commission expires February 13, 
1888. 

B. McFadden, Oakland. Commission expires April 19, 1888. 

C. C. Marsh, Brooklyn. Commission expires March 3, 1887. 
Anthony G. Oakes, Havwards. Commission expires Septem- 
ber 26, 1888. 

John R. Palmerj Pleasanton. Commission expires May 3, 
1888. 

W. W. Palmer, Alameda. Commission expires May 3, 1888. 
W. L. Prather, Oakland. Commission expires July 18, 1889. 
J. B. Richardson, Oakland. Commission expires April 8, 

1887. 

George W. Reed. Oakland. Commission expires May 3, 
1888. 

M. L. Rawson, San Leandro. Commission expires January 
27, 1889. 

W. K. Rowell, Oakland. Commission expires March 3, 
1888. 

Ed. C. Robinson, Oakland. Commission expires January 5, 
1889. 

W. H. Sanborn, Sunol. Commission expires March 25, 
1889. 

George B. Seaman, Oakland. Commission expires December 
6, 1889. 

George M. Shaw, Oakland. Commission expires March 30, 
1889. 

Thomas A. Smith, Oakland. Commission expires December 
8, 1889. 

D. Stoddart, Oakland. Commission expires March 24, 1889. 
Fred E. Whitney, Oakland. Commission expires June 9, 

1888. 

W. A. Yates, Centreville. Commission expires March 15, 

1888. 

Township Justices. 

Alameda Township — W. H. Mahony, R. B. Tappan. 
Brooklyn Township — E. G. Mathews. 
Eden Township — J. D, Austin, L. J. Kenworthy. 
Murray Township — R. W. Graham, A. Vanderboort. 
Washington Township — E. A. Richmond, Thomas Scott. 
Oakland Township — Emil Nusbaumer. 
Oakland City— F. W. Henshaw, F. B. Ogden. 
Berkeley Township — A. H. Morris. 

Constables. 

Oakland Township — J. H. Kesler, H. C. Babcock. 

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First Ward — Comprises all that portion of the city lying west 
of Adeline Street. 

Second Ward — Comprises all that portion lying north of 
Twentieth Street, and north of Delger Street, and east of 
Adeline. 

Third Ward — Comprises all that portion lying east of Adeline 
Street, south of Twentieth and Delger Streets, west of 
Broadway, and north of Tenth. 

Fourth Ward — Comprises all that portion lying west of Broad- 
way, south of Tenth, and north of the southerly charter 
line of the city. 

Fifth Ward — Comprises all that portion lying east of Broadway, 
south of Twentieth and Delger, north of Tenth, and west 
of dividing line of Oakland and Brooklyn Townships. 

Sixth Ward — Comprises all that portion lying east of Broad- 
way and south of Tenth. 

Seventh Ward — Comprises all that portion lying in Brooklyn 
Township. 

A, south of B, continuation of Thirty-second, westerly from Per- 
alta to the bay. 

Adams, east of Vernon, from Bay Place northeasterly. 

Adeline, between Magnolia and Chestnut, from First northerly 
to San Pablo Avenue. Six hundred First, 700 Th rd, 800 
Fifth, 900 Eighth, 1000 Tenth, 1100 Twelfth, 1200 Four- 
teenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1400 Eighteenth, 1500 Twentieth, 
1600 Twenty-second, 1700 Twenty-fourth, 1800 Twenty- 
sixth, 1900 Twenty-eighth, 2000 Thirtieth, 2100 Thirty- 
second, 2200 Thirty-fourth. 

Albion, between Knox Place and Caledonia Avenue, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to Grove. Five hundred Telegraph 
Avenue. 

Alden (see Twenty-ninth). 

Alice, between Harrison and Jackson, from First northerly to 
Lake Merritt. (Numbered same as Franklin.) 

Alpine, from Shattuck Avenue, westerly and north of Forty- 
seventh. 

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Andover, east of Elm, from Plymouth Avenue northerly to Ed- 
wards. Twenty- two hundred fifty Plymouth Avenue. 

B, between Yerba Buena Avenue and A (continuation of Thirty- 
fourth) from Peralta westerly to the bay. 

Bay, between the bay and Cedar, from Atlantic to Short. Seven 
hundred fifty Atlantic, 800 William, 850 Seventh. 

Bay Place, between Twenty-fifth and Merrimac Place, from 
Telegraph Avenue easterly to city boundary, 

Beckwith, east of Liberty, from Temescal northerly. 

Benton, north of Mariposa Avenue, from Shattuck Avenue 
westerly. 

Birnie, between Durant and Fifteenth, from Franklin westerly 
to Telegraph Avenue. Four hundred Franklin, 450 Broad- 
way. 

Booth, from Webster Avenue westerly to Telegraph Avenue 
north of Moss Avenue. 

Broadway, between Washington and Franklin, from Water 
Front northerly to Thirty-sixth. Five hundred fifty Water 
Front, 600 First, 650 * Second, 700 Third, 750 Fourth, 
800 Fifth, 825 Sixth, 850 Seventh, 900 Eighth, 950 Ninth, 
1000 Tenth, 1050 Eleventh, 1100 Twelfth, 1150 Thirteenth, 
1200 Fourteenth, 1250 Fifteenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1350 Seven- 
teenth, 1400 Eighteenth, 1450 Nineteenth, 1500 Twentieth, 
1550 Twenty-first, 1600 Twenty-second, 1650 Twenty-third, 
1700 Twenty-fourth, 1800 Bay Place, 2000 Prospect Ave- 
nue, 2100 Orchard. 

Brockhurst, between Thirty-second and Nolan, from Grove 
westerly to San Pablo Avenue. 

Brook, east of Broadway, from Orchard northerly to Webster 
Avenue. 

Brooklyn, between Peralta and Pacific, from Lake Merritt east- 
erly to Clinton. 

Brush, between West and Castro, from First northerly to San 
Pablo Avenue. (Numbered same as Broadway to Twenty - 
third.) 

Calais, continuation of Market. 

Caledonia Avenue, between Albion and Thirtieth, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to Grove. Five hundred Telegraph 
Avenue. 

Campbell, between Willow and Peralta, from Third northerly to 
Twenty-eighth. Seven hundred Third, 750 Atlantic, 800 
William, 850 Seventh, 900 Eighth, 950 Taylor, 1000 Seward, 
1050 Lincoln, 1100 Twelfth, 1150 Thirteenth, 1200 Four- 
teenth, 1250 Fifteenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1350 Seventeenth. 
1400 Eighteenth, 1500 Twentieth, 1600 Twenty-second, 
1700 Twenty -fourth. 

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Carroll, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth Avenue*, 
from East Sixteenth to Saunders. 

Castro, between Brush and Grove, from First northerly to Twen- 
tieth. (Numbered the same as Broadway to Twentieth.) 

Cedar, between Bay and Pine, from Third northerly to Seward. 
Seven hundred Third, 800 William, 850 Seventh, 900 Di- 
vision, 950 Taylor. 

Center, between Chester and Cypress, from First northerly to 
Peralta. Six hundred First. 700 Third, 800 Fifth, 850 
Seventh, 900 Eighth, 950 Ninth, 1000 Tenth, 1050 Eleventh, 
1100 Twelfth, 1150 Thirteenth, 1200 Fourteenth, 1250 
Fifteenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1350 Seventeenth. 

Center, between Ettie and Gladding, from Twenty-eighth north- 
erly to boundary line of Watts Tract. 

Central Avenue (see Twelfth) 

Charter (see Twenty-second). 

Charter Line (Thirty -sixth). 

Chase, between Taylor and Division, from Campbell westerly to 
Wood. Sixteen hundred fifty Campbell, 1700 Willow. 

CheriT, east of Maple, from Temescal northerly. 

Chester, between Henry and Center, from First northerly to 
Twelfth. (Numbered same as Center to Thirteenth.) 

Chestnut, between Adeline and Linden, from First northerly to 
San Pablo Avenue. (Numbered same as Adeline.) 

Clay, between Jefferson and Washington, from First northerly 
to San Pablo Avenue. (Numbered same as Broadway to 
Seventeenth.) 

Cleveland Avenue, continuation of Forty-fourth easterly from 
Telegraph Avenue. 

Clinton, between Pine and Jones, from Matthews Avenue north- 
erly to Indian Gulch. 

Clinton, north of Grant, from Thirteenth Avenue easterly to 
boundary of city. 

Crescent Avenue, north of Lake Merritt and east of Broadway. 

Curtis, between Market and West, from Nineteenth northerly to 
Twenty-second. Fourteen hundred fifty Nineteenth, 1500 
Twentieth, 1525 Twenty-first, 1550 Lydia. 

Curve, between Eighteenth and Nineteenth, from San Pablo 
Avenue westerly to Grove. Six hundred San Pablo Avenue. 

Cypress, between Center and Kirkham, from First northerly to 
Peralta. (Numbered the same as Kirkham, stopping at 
junction of Twenty-second.) 
Del-jer (see Twentieth). 

Dennison, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 
Diamond, between Broadway and Beck with, from Temescal 

Avenue northerly. 
Diamond, between Broadway and Silver, from Moss Avenue 

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Division, between Taylor and Short, from Wood westerly to 
the bay. Seventeen hundred fifty Wood, 1800 Pine, 1850 
Cedar. 

Dover, continuation of Grove. 

Duncan, between Clinton and Hopkins, from Thirteenth Avenue, 
easterly. 

Durant, between Twentieth and Birnie, from Telegraph Avenue 
easterly to Lake Merritt. Two hundred Jackson, 250 Alice, 
800 Harrison, 350 Webster, 400 Franklin, 450 Broadway. 

East Eighteenth, between East Seventeenth and East Nine- 
teenth, from Fourth Avenue easterly to Fourteenth Avenue. 
(Numbered the same as East to Fourteenth Avenue, where 
it stops.) 

East Eighth, continuation of Eighth Street from Lake Merritt 
easterly to Seventh Avenue. Fifty First Avenue, 100 Sec- 
ond Avenue, 150 Third Avenue, 200 Fourth Avenue, 250 
Fifth Avenue. 

East Eleventh, between East Tenth and East Twelfth, from 
Lake Merritt easterly to Thirteenth Avenue. (Numbered 
same as East Fourteenth to Thirteenth Avenue.) 

East Fifteenth, between East Fourteenth and East Sixteenth, 
from Lake Merritt easterly to eastern boundary of city. 
(Numbered same as East Fourteenth, beginning at Second 
Avenue.) 

East Fourteenth, between East Twelfth and East Fifteenth, 
from Lake Merritt easterly to boundary of city. Fifty 
First Avenue, 100 Second Avenue, 150 Third Avenue, 200 
Fourth Avenue, 250 Fifth Avenue, .300 Sixth Avenue, 350 
Seventh Avenue, 400 Eighth Avenue, 450 Ninth Avenue, 
500 Tenth Avenue, 550 Eleventh Avenue, 600 Twelfth Ave- 
nue, 650 Thirteenth Avenue, 700 Fourteenth Avenue, 750 
Fifteenth Avenue, 800 Sixteenth Avenue, 850 Seventeenth 
Avenue, 900 Eighteenth Avenue, 950 Nineteenth Avenue, 
1000 Twentieth Avenue, 1050 Twenty first Avenue, 1100 
Twenty-second Avenue. 

East Front, between Fallon and San Antonio Creek, from 
Seventh northerly to Tenth. Eight hundred fifty Seventh, 
900 Eighth, 950 Ninth. 

East Nineteenth, between East Eighteenth and East Twenti- 
eth, from Fourth Avenue easterly to boundary of city. 
(Numlered same as East Fourteenth, beginning at Fourth 
Avenue.) 

East Seventeenth, between East Sixteenth and East Eighteenth, 
from. Fourth Avenue easterly to boundary of city. (Num- 
bered same as East Fourteenth, beginning at Fourth Avenue.) 
East Seventh, between San Antonio Estuary and Easl Eighth, 
from Fourth Avenue easterly to Sixth Avenue. Two hun- 
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East Sixteenth, between East Fifteenth and East Seventeenth, 
from Lake Merritt easterly to boundary of city. (Numbered 
same as East Fourteenth, beginning at Third Avenue.) 

East Tenth, between East Eighth and East Eleventh, from Lake 
Merritt easterly to Tenth Avenue. (Numbered same as 
East Fourteenth to Tenth Avenue.) 

East Thirtieth, north of East Twenty-ninth, from Union easterly 
to boundary of city. Ten hundred fifty Twenty-first Ave- 
nue. 

East Twelfth, continuation of Twelfth Street, between East 
Eleventh and East Fourteenth, easterly to boundary of city. 
(Numbered same as East Fourteenth.) 

East Twentieth, between East Nineteenth and East Twenty- 
first, from Matthews Avenue easterly to boundary of city. 
(Numbered same as East Fourteenth, beginning at Fifth 
Avenue.) 

Eats Twenty-eighth, between East Twenty-seventh and East 
Twenty-ninth, from Nineteenth Avenue easterly to boundary 
of city. Ten hundi-ed fifty Twenty-first Avenue. 

East Twenty-fifth, between East Twenty-fourth and East 
Twenty-sixth, from Thirteenth Avenue easterly to boundary 
of city. Eight hundred fifty Fourteenth Avenue, 950 
Nineteenth Avenue, 1050 Twenty-first Avenue. 

East Twenty-first, between East Twentieth and East Twenty- 
second, from Matthews Avenue easterly to boundary of city. 
Two hundred fifty Fifth Avenue, 350 Seventh Avenue, 
400 Eighth Avenue, 450 Ninth Avenue, 550 Eleventh Ave- 
nue, 650 Thirteenth Avenue, 850 Seventeenth Avenue, 950 
Nineteenth Avenue, 1050 Twenty -first Avenue. 

East Twenty -fourth, north of East Twenty-third, from Matthews 
Avenue easterly to boundary of city. (Numbered same as 
East Twenty-first.) 

East Twenty-ninth, between East Twenty-eighth and East Thir- 
tieth, from Union easterly to boundary of city. Ten hundred 
fifty Twenty-first Avenue. 

East Twenty-second, between East Twenty-first and East 
Twenty-third, from Matthews Avenue easterly to boundary 
of city. (Numbered same as East Twenty-first.) 

East Twenty-seventh, between East Twenty-sixth and East 
Twenty-eighth, from Thirteenth Avenue easterly to boundary 
of city. Nine hundred Fourteenth Avenue, 1050 Twenty- 
first Avenue. 

East Twenty-sixth, between East Twenty-fifth and East Twenty- 
seventh, from Thirteenth Avenue easterly to boundary of city. 
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of city. (Numbered same as East Twenty -first.) 

Edwards, between Plymouth Avenue and Thirty-sixth, from 
Telegraph Avenue easterly to city boundary. 

Eighteenth, between Seventeenth and Nineteenth, from Telegraph 
Avenue westerly to the bay. Five hundred Telegraph Ave- 
nue,550 San Pablo Avenue, 650 Grove, 700 Castro, 750 Brush, 
800 West, 900 Market, 950 Myrtle, 1000 Filbert, 1050 Lin- 
den, 1100 Chestnut, 1150 Adeline, 1200 Magnolia, 1250 
Union, 1300 Poplar, 1350 Kirkham, 1400 Cypress, 1600 
Peralta. 

Eighteenth Avenue, between Seventeenth and Nineteenth Ave- 
nues, from San Antonio Creek northeasterly to East Twenty- 
first. Eleven hundred East Twelfth, 1200 East Fourteenth, 
1250 East Fifteenth, 1300 East Sixteenth, 1350 East Seven- 
teenth, 1400 East Eighteenth, 1450 East Nineteenth, 1500 
East Twentieth. 

Eighth, between Seventh and Ninth, from East Front westerly 
to Wood. (Numbered same as Seventh to Pine.) 

Eighth Avenue, between Seventh and Ninth Avenues, from East 
Tenth northeasterly to East Twenty-fifth. (Numbered same 
as Eleventh Avenue.) 

Eleventh, between Tenth and Twelfth, from Fallon westerly to 
Market, and from Kirkham westerly to Center. (Numbered 
same as Fourth.) 

Eleventh (North Oakland) between Tenth and Twelfth, from 
Powell northerly one block to Folsom. 

Eleventh Avenue, between Tenth and Twelfth Avenues, from 
San Antonio Creek northeasterly to Peralta. Ten hundred 
East Tenth, 1050 East Eleventh, 1100 East Twelfth, 1200 
East Fourteenth, 1250 East Fifteenth, 1300 East Sixteenth, 
1350 East Seventeenth, 1400 East Eighteenth, 1450 East 
Nineteenth, 1500 East Twentieth, 1550 East Twenty-first, 
1600 East Twenty-second, 1700 East Twenty-fourth, 1750 
East Twenty-fifth. 

Elizabeth, from San Antonio Creek to railroad track. 

Elm, between Telegraph Avenue and Andover, from Hawthorne 
northerly to Edwards. 

Emery (Emery Tract) northerly from Peralta to Park. 

Erie, continuation of Forty-second easterly from Telegraph Ave- 
nue. 

Ettie (Halleck) between Hannah and Center, from Twenty- 
eighth to Park Avenue. 

Evoy Avenue (see Fortieth). 

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Thirteenth. Eight hundred twenty-five Sixth. 850 Seventh, 
900 Eighth, 950 Ninth, 1000 Tenth, 1050 Eleventh, 1100 
Twelfth. 
Fifteenth, between Fourteenth and Sixteenth, from Madison 
westerly to Jackson ;. Franklin westerly to Broadway, from 
San Pablo westerly to Market, from Kirkham westerly to 
Willow. One hundred fifty Madison, 400 Franklin, 450 
Broadway, 500 San Pablo, 550 Clav, 600 Jefferson. 650 Grove, 
700 Castro, 750 Brush, 800 West, 1350 Kirkham, 1400 
Cypress, 1450 Center, 1600 Peralta, 1650 Campbell. 
Fifteenth Avenue, between Commerce and Sixteenth Avenue, 
from East Twelfth northeasterly to East Nineteenth. 
Eleven hundred East Twelfth, 1200 East Fourteenth, 1250 
East Fifteenth, 1300 East Sixteenth, 1350 East Seventeenth, 
1450 East Eighteenth. 
Fifth, between Fourth and Sixth, from Oak westerly to Peralta. 

(Numbered same as Seventh to Campbell.) 
Fifth (North Oakland) between Eighth and the bay, from Powell 

northerly. # 
Fifth Avenue, between Fourth and Sixth Avenues, from East 
Eighth northeasterly to Matthews Avenue. Nine hundred 
fiftv East Eighth, 1000 East Tenth, 1050 East Eleventh, 
1100 East Twelfth, 1200 East Fourteenth, 1250 East Fif- 
teenth, 1300 East Sixteenth, 1350 East Seventeenth, 1400 
East Eighteenth, 1450 East Nineteenth, 1500 East Twenti- 
eth, 1550 East Twenty-first, 1600 East Twenty-second. 
Filbert, between Linden and Myrtle, from First northerly to San 
Pablo Avenue. (Numbered same as Adeline to Thirty-third.) 
First, between Water Front and Second, from Madison westerly 

to Peralta. (Numbered same as Seventh.) 
First Avenue, between Lake Merritt and Second Avenue, from 
East Eleventh northeasterly to East Fifteenth. Ten hun- 
dred fifty East Eleventh. 1100 East Twelfth, 1200 East 
Fourteenth. 
Folsom (North Oakland) one block north of and parallel with 

Powell, from San Pablo Avenue westerly. 
Ford, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 
Fortieth, from Telegraph Avenue easterly to Adeline, between 

Thirty-ninth and Forty-first. 
Forty-fifth, between Forty-fourth and Forty-sixth, from San 

Pablo Avenue to Telegraph Avenue. 
Forty-first, between Fortieth and Forty-second, from San Pablo 

Avenue to Telegraph Avenue. 
Forty- lOlirth, between Forty-third and Forty-fifth, from San 

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Forty-seventh, north of Forty-sixth . 

ForVy-sixtll, between Forty-fifth and Forty-seventh, from San 

Pablo Avenue to Telegraph Avenue. 
Forty-third, between Forty-second and Forty-fourth, from San 

Pablo Avenue to Telegraph Avenue. 
Fourteenth, between Thirteenth and Fifteenth, from Fallon 

westerly to the bay. (Numbered same as Eighth.) 

Fourteenth Avenue, between Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues, 
from San Antonio Creek northeasterly to city boundary. 
Ten hundred fifty East Eleventh, 1100 East Twelfth, 
1200 East Fourteenth, 1250 East Fifteenth, 1300 East Six- 
teenth, 1350 East Seventeenth, 1400 East Eighteenth, 1450 
East Nineteenth, 1500 East Twentieth, 1550 East Twenty- 
first, 1600 East Twenty-second, 1650 East Twenty-third. 

Fourth, between Third and Fifth, from Oak westerly to Market. 
One hundred Oak, 150 Madison, 200 Jackson, 250 Alice, 300 
Harrison, 350 Webster, 400 Franklin, 450 Broadway, 500 
Washington, 550 Clay, 600 Jefferson, 650 Grove, 700 Castro, 
750 Brush. 

Fourth Avenue, between Third and Fifth Avenues, from East 
Ninth northeasterly to East Nineteenth. (Numbered same 
as Fifth Avenue to East Nineteenth.) 

Franklin Street. Six hundred First, 650 Second, 700 Third, 
750 Fourth, 800 Fifth, 826 Sixth, 850 Seventh, 900 Eighth, 
950 Ninth, 1000 Tenth, 1050 Eleventh, 1100 Twelfth, 1150 
Thirteenth, 1200 Fourteenth, 1250 Fifteenth, 1400 Durant, 
1450 Durant. 

Frederick, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 

Frederick (see Nineteenth). 

Fruit VaJe Avenue, east of East Oakland, running north and 
south. 

Geary (see Thirty-ninth). 

Genoa, between Calais and Harper, from Benton to Tehama. 

Gladding, between Center and Surryhne, from A northerly to 
boundary line of Watts Tract. 

Gold, between Telegraph Avenue and Broadway, from Moss 
Avenue northerly. 

GrOSS, between Seventh and Division, from Willow westerly to the 
bay. Seventeen hundred Willow, 1750 Wood, 1800 Pine, 
1850 Cedar. 

Grant, between Montgomery and Clinton, easterly from Moraga 
Valley Road. 

Grove, bet Castro and Jefferson, from First northerly to Thirty- 
sixth. (Numbered same as Market.) 

Halleck (Emery Tract, see Ettie). 

Hampell, between Milbury and Reed, from Thirteenth Avenue 
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Harlan (Emery Tract) between Watts and Haven, from Peralta ^ O 

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Harper, continuation of West. 

Harrison, between Webster and Alice, from First northerly to H O 

Lake Merritt. (Numbered same as Franklin.) h£ O 

Haven (Emery Tract) between Harlan and Hollis, from Peralta frj 2 

northerly to Park Avenue. ^Jj 

Hawthorne, runs easterly from 2020 Telegraph Avenue to Web- 
ster. £y^ 
Helen, between Louise and Hannah, from Peralta northerly to • 

Park Avenue. k»— «i 

Henry, between Lewis and Chester, from First northerly to •!■ J 
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Hepburn (see East Twenty-first). \^? 

Hobart (see Twenty-first). *^0 

Holden (Emery Tradt, see Louise). ^ 

Hollis (Emery Tract) between Holden and Haven, from Peralta 

northerly to Park Avenue 
Hopkins, between Duncan and Wilson from Thirteenth Avenue 

easterly. 

Horton (Emery Tract, see Helen). { . 

Howard, from Webster Avenue westerly, north of Booth. \^\J 

Howard, between Stone and Watson, from Pacific northerly to |— r H 
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Howe, west of Webster Avenue, from Booth to cemetery. ' ij 

Hubbard (Emery Tract, see Hannah). ^— ^ 

Huff Avenue (see East Twenty -seventh). ^^ 

Humbert (see East Twentieth). ' Jl 

Independence Square, between East Sixteenth and East Nine- ^\* 
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Isabella, between Twenty-second and Milton, from San Pablo 
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Jackson, between Alice and Madison, from First northerly to . 8 

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Jefferson, between Grove and Clay, from First northerly to Sev- 5 yj 
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John, from Webster Avenue westerly, between Gaskill and J? y 

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Jones, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second, from Telegraph Jjj 

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Julia (or Thirtieth Avenue) from East Fourteenth to East Six- 
teenth 
Kennedy, west of Park Avenue. 
Kin^, south of Valdez. 

Kirk ham, between Cypress and Poplar, from First northerly to 
Peralta. (Numbered same as Adeline to Twenty-fifth.) 

Knox Place, between Sycamore and Albion, westerly from Tele- 
graph Avenue. Five hundred Telegraph Avenue. 

Lake, north of Fourteenth, from Jackson easterly to Lake Mer- 
ritt. One hundred Oakland, 150 Madison. 

Lake Avenue, continuation of Lake Shore Avenue. 

Lake Shore Avenue, between Lake Street and Lake Merritt, 
from Bay Street northeasterly. 

Lake Street, between Lake Shore Avenue and Capital, from 
Brooklyn northerly to Prospect. 

Laurel (see Twenty-fifth). 

Lee, east of Oakland Avenue, northeasterly from Bay Place. 

Lewis, between Peralta and Henry, from First northerly to Per- 
alta. Six hundred First, 700 Third, 800 Fifth. 

Liberty, east of Maple, from Temescal northerly. 

Lincoln, between Excelsior and Prospect, from Bay to Matthews 
Avenue. 

Lincoln, between East Thirtieth and Montgomery, from Thir- 
teenth Avenue easterly to boundary of city. 

Lincoln, between Seward and Twelfth, from Peralta westerly to 
the bay. Sixteen hundred Peralta, 1700 Willow, 1650 
Campbell, 1750 Wood, 1800 Pine. 

Linden, between Chestnut and Filbert, from First northerly to 
San Pablo Avenue. (Numbered same as Adeline to Thirty- 
third.) 

Linden, continuation of Forty-fifth, easterly from Telegraph Av- 
enue. 

Livingston, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 

Locust (see Twenty-third). 

Logan (see Thirty-sixth). 

Louise, between Hollis and Helen, from Peralta northerly to 
Park Avenue. 

Lowell, west of Adeline from Sonoma to Menlo. 

Lydia, between Twenty-lirst and Twenty-second, from Brush 
westerly to Market. Seven hundred fifty Brush, 800 West, 
850 Curtis. 

Madison, between Jackson and Oak, from First northerly to 
Lake Merritt. (Numbered same as Franklin to Fifteenth.) 

Madison (see East Fifteenth). 

Magnolia, between Union and Adeline, from First northerly to 
Thirty-sixth. (Numbered same as Adeline.) 

Maple (formerly Maiden Lane) between Wood and Pine, from 
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Maple, between Telegraph Avenue and Cherry, from Temescal 
northerly. 

Mariposa Avenue, between Merced Avenue and Benton, from 
Dover easterly, crossing Shattuck Avenue, to Telegraph Av- 
enue. 

Market, between Myrtle and West, from First northerly to 
Thirty-sixth. Six hundred First, 650 Second, 700 Third, 
750 Fourth, 800 Fifth, 825 Sixth, 850 Seventh, 900 Eighth, 
950 Ninth, 1000 Tenth, 1050 Eleventh, 1100 Twelfth, 1200 
Fourteenth, 1250 Fifteenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1350 Seven- 
teenth, 1400 Eighteenth, 1450 Nineteenth, 1500 Twentieth, 
1525 Twenty-first, 1550 Lydia, 1600 Twenty-second, 1650 
Twenty-third, 1700 Twenty-fourth, 1800 Twenty-sixth, 1900 
Twenty-eighth, 2000 Thirtieth, 2050 Thirty-first, 2100 
Thirty-second, 2200 Nolan, 2250 Brown, 2300 Walton. 

Maryland, from San Antonio Creek to railroad track. 

Mather, from Webster Avenue westerly, north of John. 

Matthews Avenue, continuation of Fourth Avenue northwest- 
erly from East Nineteenth. 

McCall, between Dover and Shattuck Avenue, from Benton to 
Mono Avenue. 

Menlo, north of Sutter, from Shattuck Avenue westerly to San 
Pablo Avenue. 

Merced Avenue, between Mono and Mariposa, from Dover east- 
erly, crossing Shattuck Avenue, to Telegraph Avenue. 

Merriniac Place, between Bay Place and Prospect Avenue, from 
Telegraph Avenue easterly to Webster. 

Millbliry, north of Wilson from Thirteenth Avenue easterly. 

Milton, between Isabella and Twenty-sixth, from San Pablo Av- 
enue westerly to Market. Eight hundred fifty San Pablo 
Avenue. 

Minna continuation of Forty- third easterly from Telegraph Av- 
enue. 

Mitchell ( or Twenty-ninth Avenue) from East Sixteenth to 
Saunders. 

Mono Avenue, south of Merced Avenue, from Dover easterly to 
Shattuck Avenue. 

Monroe (see East Sixteenth). 

Montague, north of Powell, from San Pablo Avenue to the bay. 

Montgomery, between Lincoln and Grand, from Thirteenth Av- 
enue easterly to boundary of city. 

Montgomery, between Broadway and Webster Avenue, from 
Booth to cemetery. 

Moraga Yalley Road, continuation of Thirteenth Avenue. 

Moss Avenue (Thirty-seventh) north of Thirty-sixth, from Tele- 
graph Avenue to Webster. 

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Myrtle, between Filbert and Market, from First northerly to San 
Pablo Avenue. (Numbered same as Market to Thirty-third.) 

New, between Pine and Cedar, south from Taylor one block. 

New Broadway (see Broadway). 

Nineteenth (Frederick) between Telegraph and San Pablo Ave- 
nues, and Eighteenth and Twentieth, from Telegraph 
Avenue westerly to Market. Five hundred Telegraph Ave- 
nue, 650 Grove, 700 Castro, 800 West, 850 Curtis, 1100 from 
Adeline to Magnolia. 

Nineteenth Avenue, between Eighteenth and Twentieth Ave- 
nues, from San Antonio Creek northeasterly to East Twenty- 
ninth. Eleven hundred East Twelfth, 1200 East Fourteenth, 
1250 East Fifteenth, 1300 East Sixteenth, 1350 East Seven- 
teenth, 1400 East Eighteenth, 1450 East Nineteenth, 1500 
East Twentieth, 1550 East Twenty-first, 1600 East Twenty- 
second, 1650 East Twenty-third, 1700 East Twenty-fourth, 
1750 East Twenty-fifth, 1800 East Twenty-sixth, 1850 East 
Twenty-seventh, 1900 East Twenty-eighth. 

Ninth, between Eighth and Tenth, from East Front westerly to 
Market. (Numbered same as Fourth.) 

Ninth (North Oakland), between Eighth and Tenth, from Powell 
northerly one block to Folsom. 

Ninth Avenue, between Eighth and Tenth Avenues, from East 
Tenth northeasterly to Peralta. Ten hundred East Tenth, 
1050 East Eleventh, 1100 East Twelfth, 1200 East Four- 
teenth, 1250 East Fifteenth, 1300 East Sixteenth, 1350 East 
Seventeenth, 1400 East Eighteenth, 1450 East Nineteenth, 
1500 East Twentieth, 1550 East Twenty-first, 1600 East 
Twenty-second, 1650 East Twenty-third, 1700 East Twenty- 
fourth. 

Nolan, between Brockhurst and Brown, from Grove westerly to 
San Pablo Avenue. Six hundred fifty Grove, 800 West, '900 
Market. 

Oak, between Madison and Fallon, from Fifth northerly to Lake 
Merritt. Eight hundred Fifth, 825 Sixth, 850 Seventh, 900 
Eighth, 950 Ninth, 1000 Tenth, 1100 Twelfth, 1200 Four- 
teenth, 1250 Fifteenth. 

Oak, between Watson and Spruce, from Prospect northerly to 
Excelsior. 

Oakland Avenue, between Broadway and Lee ; northeasterly 
from Bay Place. 

Oakland Trotting Park, north of Emery Tract and west of 
San Pablo Avenue. 

Orange ; continuation of Oakland Avenue. 

Orchard, between Prospect Avenue and Hawthorne, from Tele- 
graph Avenue easterly to city boundary. 

Pacific, south of Brooklyn, from Capital easterly to Howard. 

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Park, west of Park Place. 

Park (see Twenty-seventh). 

Park Avenue, from East Twelfth near Twenty-third Avenue 

southerly to Park, Alameda. 
Park Avenue (Emery Tract) from San Pablo Avenue to the 

bay. 
Park Place, north of Spring, from Pleasant Avenue westerly. 
Peralta, between Brooklyn and Prospect, from Lake Merritt 

easterly to Clinton. 

Peralta, east of Campbell, from First northerly to San Pablo 
Avenue. Six hundred First, 700 Third, 800 Fifth, 850 Sev- 
enth, 900 Eighth, 950 Ninth, 1000 Tenth, 1050 Eleventh, 
1100 Twelfth, 1150 Thirteenth, 1200 Fourteenth, 1250 Fif- 
teenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1350 Seventeenth, 1400 Eighteenth, 
1500 Twentieth, 1600 Twenty- second, 1700 Twenty-fourth, 
1800 Twenty-sixth, 1900 Twenty-eighth, 2000 thirtieth, 
2100 Thirty-second, 2200 Thirty-fourth, 2300 Thirty-sixth. 

Peralta Avenue, between Fruit Vale Avenue and county road 
to Redwoods. 

Peralta Heights, east of Lake Merritt, between East Eight- 
eenth and East Twenty-first. 

Perry, east of Wallsworth, extension of Oakland Avenue. 

Pine, between Spruce and Clinton, from Prospect northerly to 
Excelsior. 

Pine, between Cedar and Wood, from Third northerly to A. 
Seven hundred Third, 750 Atlantic, 800 William, 850 Sev- 
enth, 875 Goss, 900 Division, 1000 Seward, 1050 Lincoln. 

Pleasant Avenue, north of Lake Merritt, northerly to cemetery. 
Plumas, between Tehama and Sonoma, from Shattuck Avenue 
westerly to Adeline. 

Plymouth Avenue, between Hawthorne Avenue and Edwards, 
from Telegraph Avenue easterly to city boundary. 

Poplar, between Kirkham and Union, from Eighth northerly to 
Peralta. (Numbered same as Adeline to Twenty -ninth.) 

Powell, north of Oakland Trotting Park, from San Pablo Ave- 
nue to the bay. 

Prospect, between Lincoln and Peralta, from Lake Merritt 
easterly to Clinton. 

Prospect Avenue, between Merrimac Place and Orchard, from 
Telegraph Avenue easterly to city boundary. 

Putnam, between Union and Stevens, from Clinton northerly to 
Hampell. 

Racine, between Telegraph and Shattuck Avenues, from Merced 
Avenue to Alcatraz Avenue. 

Railroad Avenue (see Seventh). 

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San Pablo Avenue, from Fourteenth and Broadway northerly 
to Thirty -sixth. Twelve hundred Fourteenth, 1250 Fif- 
teenth, 1300 Sixteenth, 1350 Seventeenth, 1400 Eighteenth, 
1450 Nineteenth, 1500 Twentieth, 1550 Twenty-first, 1600 
Twenty-second, 1650 Twenty-third, 1700 Twenty-fourth, 
1750 Twenty-fifth, 1800 Twenty-sixth, 1850 Twenty-seventh, 
1900 Twenty-eighth, 1950 Twentv-ninth, 2000 Thirtieth, 
2050 Thirty-first, 2100 Thirty-second, 2200 Nolan, 2250 
Brown, 2300 Walton. 

Saunders, continuation of east Twenty-second. 

Second, betwen First and Third, from Madison westerly to Mar- 
ket. (Numbered the same as Fourth.) 

Second Avenue, between First and Third Avenues, from East 
Tenth northerly to East Sixteenth. Ten hundred East Tenth, 
1100 East Twelfth, 1200 East Fourteenth, 1250' East Fif- 
teenth. 

Seventeenth, between Sixteenth and Eighteenth, from Broad- 
way westerly to Market, and from Kirkham westerly to the 
bay. (Numbered the same as Nineteenth.) 

Seventeenth Avenue, between Sixteenth and Eighteenth 
Avenues, from San Antonio Creek northeasterly to East 
Twenty-fourth. (Numbered similar to Nineteenth Avenue 
as far as East Twenty-fourth.) 

Seventh, between Sixth and Eighth, from East Front westerly 
to the bay. Fifty Fallon, 100 Oak, 150 Madison, 200 Jack- 
son, 250 Alice, 300 Harrison, 350 Webster, 400 Franklin, 
450 Broadway, 500 Washington, 550 Clay, 600 Jefferson, 
650 Grove, 700 Castro, 750 Brush, 800 West, 900 Market, 
950 Myrtle, 1000 Filbert, 1050 Linden, 1100 Chestnut, 1150 
Adeline, 1200 Magnolia, 1250 Union, 1300 Poplar, 1350 
Kirkham, 1400 Cypress, 1450 Center, 1500 Chester, 1550 
Henry, 1600 Lewis, 1650 Campbell, 1700 Willow, 1800 Pine, 
1850 Cedar. 

Seventh Avenue, between Sixth and Eighth Avenues, from 
San Antonio Creek northeasterly to East Twenty-fifth. 
(Numbered the same as Eighth Avenue.) 

Seward, between Lincoln and Taylor, from Peralta westerly to 
the bay. Sixteen hundred Peralta, 1700 Willow, 1800 Pine 

Shasta, between Sonoma and Sutter, from Shattuck Avenue 
westerly to Adeline. 

Shattuck Avenue, from junction of Forty -fifth and Telegraph 
Avenue to Berkeley. 

Shell Mound Avenue, south of King, East Oakland. 

Shell Mound Park, on Central Pacific Railroad, west of Oak- 
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Short, between Goss and Division, from Pine westerly to the bay. 
Eighteen hundred Division, 1850 Cedar. 

Silver, between Telegraph Avenue and Broadway, from Moss 
Avenue northerly. 

Sixteenth, between Fifteenth and Seventeenth, from Telegraph 
Avenue westerly to the bay. 

Sixteenth Avenue, between Fifteenth and Seventeenth Ave- 
nues, from San Antonio Creek northeasterly to East Twenty- 
first. (Numbered the same as Eighteenth Avenue, stopping 
at East Twenty-first.) 

Sixth, between Fifth and Seventh, from Fallon westerly to Mar- 
ket. (Numbered the same as Fourth.) 

Sixth Avenue, between Fifth and Seventh Avenues, from East 
Seventh northeasterly to East Twentieth. (Numbered simi- 
lar to Fifth Avenue.) 

Sonoma, between Plumas and Shasta, from Shattuck Avenue 
westerly to Adeline. 

Spring, north of Lake Merritt, from Pleasant Avenue westerly. 

Spruce, between Oak and Pine, from Prospect northerly to Ex- 
celsior. 

Stevens, east of Putnam, from Duncan northerly. 

Stone, between Capital and Howard, from Pacific northerly to 
Prospect. 

Stratton (see East Twenty-sixth). 

Sullivan (see East Twenty-third). 

Summer, north of Lake Merritt and east of Broadway. 

Summit, between Telegraph Avenue and Webster, from Pros- 
pect Avenue northerly two blocks. 

Surryhne, between Gladding and the bay, from A northerly to B. 

Sutter, between Shasta and Menlo, from Shattuck Avenue 
westerly to Adeline. 

Sycamore, between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Five hun- 
dred Telegraph Avenue, 650 Grove. 

Taylor, between Seward and Chase, from Peralta westerly to 
the bay. Sixteen hundred Peralta, 1650 Campbell, 1700 
Willow, 1750 Wood, 1800 Pine. 

Tehama, between Alpine and Plumas, from Shattuck Avenue 
westerly to Adeline. 

Telegraph Avenue, from Fifteenth and Broadway northerly 
to Thirty-sixth. Twelve hundred fifty Fifteenth, 1350 
Seventeenth, 1450 Nineteenth, 1550 Twenty-first, 1700 
Twenty-fourth, 1900 Twenty-eighth, 2100 Thirty-second, 
2300 Thirty-sixth. 

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Peralta. (Numbered the same as Seventh to Pine.) 

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Tenth Avenue, between Ninth and Eleventh Avenues, from 
East Tenth northeasterly to East Twentieth. (Numbered 
the same as Ninth Avenue to terminus.) 

Third, between Second and Fourth, from Oak westerly to the 
bay. (Numbered same as First to Campbell.) 

Third Avenue, between Second and Fourth Avenues, from 
East Ninth northeasterly to East Sixteenth. (Numbered 
the same as Fourth Avenue.) 

Thirteenth, between Twelfth and Fourteenth, from Fallon 
westerly to Market, and from Center westerly to Wood. 
(Numbered the same as Fourth.) 

Thirteenth Avenue, between Twelfth and Fifteenth Avenues, 
from East Eleventh northeasterly to city boundary. (Num- 
bered the same as Eleventh Avenue.) 

Thirtieth, between Tw T enty -ninth and Thirty -first, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to San Pablo Avenue, and between 
Twenty-eighth and Thirty-second, from San Pablo Avenue 
westerly to Peralta. (Numbered the same as Thii^-second.) 

Thirty-fifth, between Thirty-fourth and Thirty-sixth, from 
Telegraph Avenue westerty to San Pablo Avenue. (Num- 
bered the same as Thirty-fourth.) 

Thirty-first, between Thirtieth and Thirty-second, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Five hun- 
dred Telegraph Avenue, 650 Grove, 800 West. 

Thirty-fourth, between Thirty-third and Thirty-fifth, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to Peralta. Five hundred Telegraph 
Avenue, 650 Grove, 800 West, 900 Market, 1050 Linden, 
1150 Adeline. 

Thirty-ninth, south of Fortieth, from San Pablo Avenue to 
Telegraph Avenue. 

Thirty-second, north of Thirty-first, from Telegraph Avenue 
westerly to Peralta. Five hundred Telegraph Ave, 650 
Grove, 800 West, 900 Market, 950 San Pablo Avenue, 1000 
Filbert, 1050 Linden, 1100 Chestnut, 1150 Adeline, 1200 
Magnolia, 1250 Union. 

Thirty-sixth, northern boundary line of the city, from Tele- 
graph Avenue westerly to Peralta. (Numbered the same as 
Thirty-second.) 
Thirty-third, between Thirty-second and Thirty-fourth, from 
San Pablo Avenue easterly to Grove. (Numbered same as 
Thirty -fourth.) 
Trenor, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 
Twelfth, between Eleventh and Thirteenth, from Fallon west- 
erly to the bay. (Numbered the same as Eighth.) 
Twelfth (North Oakland) one block west of and parallel with 
San Pablo Avenue, from Powell northerly one block to 
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Twelfth Avenue, between Eleventh and Thirteenth Avenues, 
from San Antonio Creek northeasterly to East Twentieth. 
(Numbered the same as Eleventh Avenue to East Twentieth.) 

Twentieth, between Nineteenth and Twenty-first, from Lake 
Merritt westerly to Market and Feral ta, westerly to the bay. 
(Numbered the same as Eighteenth.) 

Twentieth Avenue, between Nineteenth and Twenty-first 
Avenues, from East Twelfth northeasterly to East Twenty- 
first. (Numbered same as Eighteenth Avenue.) 

Twenty- eighth, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty-ninth, 
from Telegraph Avenue westerly to San Pablo Avenue, and 
between Twentv-sixth and Thirtieth, from San Pablo Ave- 
nue westerly to Peralta. (Numbered the same as Thirty- 
second.) 

Twenty-fifth, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth, from 
Broadway westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Four hundred 
fifty Broadway, 500 Telegraph Avenue, 650 Grove. 

Twenty-first, between Twentieth and Twenty-second, from 
Broadway westerly to Peralta. (Numbered the same as 
Nineteenth.) 

Twenty-first Avenue, between Twentieth and Twenty-second 
Avenues, from East Twelfth northeasterly to city boundary. 
(Numbered the same as Nineteenth Avenue.) 

Twenty-fourth, between Twenty- third and Twenty-fifth, from 
Lake Merritt westerly to San Pablo Avenue, and from 
Market westerly to the bay. Three hundred Waverly, 350 
Valdez, 400 Webster, 450 Broadway, 500 Telegraph Avenue, 
650 Grove, 900 Market, 950 Myrtle, 1000 Filbert, 1050 Lin- 
den, 1100 Chestnut, 1150 Adeline, 1200 Magnolia, 1300 
Poplar, 1600 Peralta, 1700 Willow, 1750 Wood. 

Twenty-fourth Avenue, commences at East Sixteenth and 
runs northeasterly to city limits. 

Twenty-ninth, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth, from 
Grove westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Six hundred fifty 
Grove, 800 West. 

Twenty-second, between Twenty-first and Twenty -third, from 
Lake Merritt westerly to the bay. (Numbered the same as 
Twenty-fourth.) 

Twenty-second Avenue, between Twenty-first Avenue and 
the city boundary, from East Twelfth northeasterly to East 
Twenty-first. (Numbered the same as Eighteenth Avenue.) 
Twenty-seventh, between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth, 
from Grove westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Six hundred 
fifty Grove, 800 West. 
Twenty-sixth, between Sycamore and Twenty-seventh, from 
Grove westerly to San Pablo Avenue, and between Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-eighth, from San Pablo Avenue westerly 
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I S from Telegraph Aveuue easterly to Lake Merritt, and from r-n 

| d San Pablo Avenue easterly to Grove. (Numbers correspond ^ 

„ * h I with Twenty-fourth as far as it extends.) 

1 1 " Twenty-third Avenue, between Twenty -fourth and Twenty- 
second Avenues, northeasterly to city boundary. (Num- 
bered the same as Twenty-second Avenue.) 

Tyler, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 

Union, between Poplar and Magnolia, from Second northerly to 
Peralta. (Numbered the same as Adeline to Twenty-ninth.) 

Valdez, between Webster and Waverly, from Twenty- second ' 
northerly to Twenty-fourth. Sixteen hundred Twenty- ; 
second, 1650 Twenty-third. 

Valdez, south of Kennedy. 

Valley, between Telegraph Avenue and Broadway, from 
Twenty-second northerly to Twenty-fourth. One Twenty- i 
second, Fifty Twenty-third. 

Vernon, continuation of Lee. 

Wallace (see Twenty-eighth). 

Wallsworth, east of Broad way, from Prospect northeasterly. 

Walnut (see Twenty-second). " 

Walton, between Brown and Thirty-sixth, from Telegraph Ave- 
nue westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Five hundred Tele- 
graph Avenue, 650 Grove, 800 West, 900 Market. 

Washington, between Clay and Broadway, from First north- j 
erly to Fourteenth. (Numbered same as Broadway to its 
terminus, Fourteenth.) 

Washington Square, East Fourteenth between Sixth and 
Seventh Avenues. 

Water, between Shell Mound Avenue and San Antonio Creek. | 

Watson, east of Howard, from Pacific northeasterly to Excelsior, j 

Watts (Emery Tract) between Emery and Harlan, from Peralta 
northerly to Park Avenue. 

Waverly, east of Valdez, from Twenty-second northerly to 
Twenty-fourth. Sixteen hundred Twenty-second, 1650 
Twenty-third. 

Webster, between Franklin and Harrison, from First northerly 
to Hawthorne Avenue. (Numbered the same as Broadway.) 

Webster (see East Eighteenth). 

Webster Avenue, from Central Place northeasterly to Mount- 
ain View Cemetery. 

West, between Market and Brush, from Sixth northerly to 
Thirty-sixth. (Numbered the same as Broadway, beginning 
at Sixth.) 

Weston Avenue, north of Moss Avenue, from San Pablo Ave- 
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William, between Nineteenth and Twentieth, from Telegraph 
Avenue westerly to San Pablo Avenue. Five hundred Tel- 
egraph Avenue. 

William, between Seventh and Atlantic, from Peralta westerly 
to the bay. Sixteen hundred Peralta, 1650 Campbell, 1700 
Willow, 1750 Wood, 1800 Pine, 1850 Cedar. 

Willow, between Wood and Campbell, from Third northerly to 
Twenty-eighth. (Numbered the same as Campbell.) 

Willow, from San Antonio Creek to Park Avenue. 

Wilson, between Hopkins and Milbury, from Thirteenth Ave- 
nue easterly. 

Wood, between Pine and Willow, from Third northerly to A. 
(Numbered the same as Campbell.) 

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Fine Silks and Buntings a Specialty. Work Done While Waited For. 

This is the only machine plaiting works in Oakland, and the only place where knife plaiting is 
done at city prices, 2 cents per yard. Don't mistake the place, 

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be among the finest in the world. With the balmy air, sharpened just 
enough by the ocean breezes, the body feels exhilarated to an extent un- 
known in any of the suburban three-mile rides of San Francisco. Cars 
run regularly week-days and Sundays. 

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Abbott John W, laborer, res 459 Ninth 

Abell I L, general writer for the press, 476 Eighth, res Charter Oak 

Hotel 
Able Mitchell, candy maker, res 716 Webster 
Ackerman Ida Mrs, res 1455 Fifth 
Acme Bath Co, C E Gillett, Masonic Temple 
Adams Arabell Mrs, res 837i Brush 
Adams E P, res 1519 Fifth " 

Adams G, soda works, res 1152 Webster £ 

Adams T, employe California Hosiery Co, res 528 Third 
Adams V P, res 1519 Fifth £ 

Addison Sarah L Mrs, capitalist, res Lake Shore ave 
Adie Tomasia C, domestic, res 205 Fourth 
Adney R C J, teacher, res 1521 Eighth 
ADRJANCE J C, agent American Biscuit Co, NE cor Sixth and 

Madison 
^Etna Mineral Water Co, W V Doughty agt, 476 Eighth 
Ahern Daniel J, res 1114 Nineteenth 
Aickley Agnes, res 561 Second 
Albert H, clerk, res 911 Linden 
Algeo William J, carpenter, res 1521 Seventh 
Allen L W, printer, res 463 Third q 

Allen William Henry, clerk, S F, res 1328 Versailles ave 
Alles Joseph Prince, laborer, res 375 Fifth 
ALLUMLW(GM Walker & Co) and publisher, 868 Washington, g 

res 1322 Telegraph ave O 

Ames Walter, helper S P Co 
Amos C C Mrs, Playter Block, rm 45 7* 

Anderson Alick, fruit dealer, res 716 Webster 

Anderson Catherine M Mrs, seamstress, res 366 Second (J 

Anderson Henry, res 1016 Kirkham O 

Anderson Lizzie Mrs, housekeeper, res 716 Webster SP 

Anderson Mary Mrs, res 1268 Campbell CO 

Anderson S E Mrs, res SK cor Seventh and West 
Anderson William, moulder, res 833 Campbell 
Andrew Frank, barber, res 1171 Eighteenth ave 
Andrew Robert, laborer, res 1171 Eighteenth ave 
Anglesota Manuel, teamster, res 573 Third 



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Antonio Boitano, bootblack, res 455 Seventh 

Antonio Cordano, bootblack, res 455 Seventh 

Aranson Ulax, clerk H Alexander, res cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington 

Arbaugh Mary Miss, copyist recorder's office, res 967 Washington 

Arff Christina S, domestic, res 1017 Adeline 

Armstrong E F, traveler, res 1103 Broadway 

Armstrong T L (Cottrell, Armstrong, Clark & Norton) res Union 
bet Ninth and Tenth 

Arnold R, homeopathic physician, office 906 Broadway, rm 72, 
res 615 Seventeenth 

Arnsthall Pet Mrs, res 1114 Twelfth 

Arronge Eugene, cleaner, res 835 Washington 

ARTH GEORGE V (Frederick & Arth) cor Webster and Tenth, 
res 816 Alice 

Asher Louis, poultry dealer, res 667 Webster 

Ash worth John, clerk, res Prescott House 

Atchison William, watchman S P Co 

Athearn Ethel H, shorthand writer, res 1419 Grove 

Atherton Frank, res 912-916 Washington 

Atherton J C, res 912-916 Washington 

Atkinson A A, picture frames and mouldings, 1267 San Pablo ave, 
res 519 Sixteenth 

Atkinson L F, music teacher, res 519 Sixteenth 

Avery A W, passenger conductor, res 1319 Telegraph ave 

Avilla Manuel, farmer, res 458 Eighth 

Aylwin N C Robert, res 358 East Sixteenth 

Aymar Ada Mrs, res 603 Sixteenth 

Ayres Lisa, teacher Newland Kindergarten, res 1758 Taylor 

Ay res Ransom G, res 1607 Brush 

Babbidge G Mrs, nurse, res 1300 Harrison 

Baca Jepota Miss, cor Twenty-first and Linden 

Baccus Benjamin, plumber and gasfitter, res 755 Webster 

Bachman Louis, stenographer, res 1453 Seventh 

Bakeman Mina I Mrs, res 1459 Brush 

Baker E D Col, Camp No 5, S of V, office 906 Broadway 

Baker Will L, student of theology, res Pacific Theological Sem- 
inary 

Baker Henrietta Mrs, cook, res 555 Broadway 

Baldrig Sarah Miss (Hanavan & Baldrig) res 1566 Broadway 

Baldwin A S, real estate, res 226 Eleventh 

Baldwin Emma L, res 1005 Webster 

Baldwin George, res 1521 Eighth 

Baldwin H W Mrs, res 838 West 

Balker John P, bookkeeper, res 1015 Broadway 

Balkwill May E Miss, res 1214 Clay 

Bannister A, res 1350 Madison 

Barlman John A, painter, res 1670 Sixteenth 



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BARLOW, QUIGLEY & CO (A Barlow, W B Quigley, E J Gra 
ham and J W Mahoney) proprietors People's Express Co, 
423 Tenth 

Barnard G B, pres Barnard's Business College, res S F 

Barnard's Business College, G B Barnard pres, O J Willis princi- 
pal, 462 Tenth and 1003J Broadway, rms 24 and 25 

Barney Fred N, painter, res 1723 Filbert 

Barnickel Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 656 Webster 

Barrett D W (D W Barrett & Co) res Newland House 

BARRETT D W & CO, rea l estate and collection agents, 856 
Washington 

Barrett Henry C, res 458 Tenth 

Barry Mary Mrs, servant, res 541 Nineteenth 

Bartels Charles, barber, junction Broadway and San Pablo ave, 
res 501 Twenty-fourth 

Bartholmew Nettie E, res 1235 Broadway 

Barton C A Mrs, artist, res 363| Twelfth 

Bates M A, res 1060 Seventh ave 

Baynard Sam, cook, res 968 Broadway 

Beach George C, res 513 East Twelfth 

Beangner W S Mrs, WCTU Coffee Room, res 476 Ninth 

Beans Archie, carpenter, res 513 Ninth 

Beck E Mrs, elocutionist, 252 Eighth 

Beekman C H Mrs, res 708 Filbert 

Bell J K, res 831 Franklin 

Benham A M, music dealer, res 554 Thirteenth 

BENSON P F> attorney and counselor-at-law, 456 Eighth, rms 
2 and 3, res 167 Third 

Bentley Charles H. student State University, res 1314 Castro 

Bentley Robert Rev, presiding elder M E Church, res 1314 Castro 

Benton Ackerson, res 1760 San Pablo ave 

Benyou A F^res 910 Peralta 

Bernall Charles, upholsterer, res head of Mitchell, East Oakland 

Bernard White, res 1220 West 

Bernick Edward, carpenter, res 1517 Third 

Bernstein Henry, res 959 Broadway 

Berrien George, res 823 Kirkham 

Berrien R, res 823 Kirkham • 

Bertrand M Sister, Sister of Mercy, res Convent of Our Lady of 
Lourdes 

Biglow E, real estate agt, res 458 Ninth 

Billsbeck George, saloon keeper, res 477 Eighth 

Black Albert L, res 1381 Eighth 

Blackwood Elia Miss, school teacher, res 1210 Fourteenth 

Blasdel H G, mining, res Shuey Lane, Fruit Vale 

Blei Robert, collector Electric Light Co, res 1103 Broadway 

Blethan Charles, machinist, res 603 Broadway 

Block Elias, res Fruit Vale 



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BLxxlworth E, laborer S P Co, res 1862 Seventh 
Bock H, res 379 Twelfth 
Boisvert Joseph U, truckman, res 415 Fourth 
Bond William F, contractor, res 807 Alice 
Bookman Harry, junk dealer, res 219 Second 
Booth J H, farmer, res 1555 Third 
Boult John H, lawyer, res 1003 Twelfth 
Bourgett Joseph, blacksmith, res 1685 Eighth 
BOVEE, TOY & CO (W H Bovee and George D Toy) real estate 
agents and brokers, 422 Twelfth and 19 Montgomery, S F 
Bovee W H (Bovee, Toy & Co) res S F 
Bowen Joseph, laborer rolling mill, res 1934 Poplar 
Bo wen Mary, res 1934 Poplar 
Bowie Katie Miss, res 833 Campbell 
Bowie Lizzie Miss, res 833 Campbell 
Boynton C E, salesman, res 1053 Broadway 
Bradley Harry C, res 1608 William 

Bretonnel J V, printer California Labor Press, S F, res 539 Fred- 
erick 
Brian Jane Mrs, res 759 Fourth 
Bridger Robert, res 522 East Eleventh 
Brinks P E, res 476 Twelfth 
BR0DE R, blacksmith and machinist, SW cor Eighth and Clay, 

res 561 Clay 
Brooks Lafayette, cattle dealer, res 1313 Twelfth ave 
Brooks Lincoln M Mrs, res 1111 Adeline 
Brown F E, res 1380 Fifth ave 
Brown George E, butcher, res 557 Nineteenth 
Browne Abby Miss, res 971 West 
BRUCE E C (Bruce, Grannis & Marvin) 1004 Broadway, res 

Brunswick House 
BRUCE, GRANNIS & MARVIN (E C Bruce, F R Grannis and H 

A Marvin) real estate dealers, 1004 Broadway 
Buele E S Miss, artist, res 1014 Broadway 
Buell S W, gardener, res 803 Castro 
Bull Helen Mrs, res 855 Washington 
Bunyan Maria Miss, bakery, res 1250 Center 
Burdick Allen C, student, res 1555 San Pablo ave 
Burlinoame E G Mrs, res Fruit Vale ave 
Burnett Mary A Mrs, res 584 Twenty-second 
Burns & Crump (Walter F Burns and John G Crump) real estate, 

422 Seventh 
Burns Walter F (Burns & Crump) res S F 
Busch J, machinist and blacksmith, res 621 Chestnut 
Butler Patrick W, foreman S P Co, res cor Fourteenth and Camp- 
bell 
Butler R E, coal yard, res 1613 Magnolia 
Butson William H, carpenter, res 1321 Ninth ave 




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Byrod Sarah B Mrs, teacher, res 1555 San Pablo ave 
Cahil Julia, domestic, res cor Nineteenth ave and Twenty-second 
Cahill Dennis, employe box factory, res 961 Third 
Cahill Edward F, editor Tribune, res 1368 Tenth 
Cain Nora Miss, domestic, res 1311 Harrison 
Caldwell A, res 378 East Fifteenth 
Calehan Con, laborer, res 611 Madison 

CALIFORNIA BANK AND TRUST CO (The) A C Henry presi- 
dent, Frank H Brooks cashier, 1006 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY, Colonel W H O'Brien 

principal, cor Prospect and Telegraph ave 
CALKIN EVERELL F> plaster decorations, 369 Twelfth, res 1737 

Myrtle 
Callings Jim, laborer, res 416 Fifth 
CAMERON H M (McDonald & Cameron) 474 Eighth, res NW cor 

Twelfth ave and Twenty -first 
Cameron Minnie Miss, res 1229 Thirteenth ave 
Camillus Sister, Sister of Mercy, res Convent of Our Lady of 

Lourdes 
Campbell Jennie B Mrs, res 462 Third 
Campion Louis, student, res 1622 Thirteenth ave 
CANNON & TEMPLETON (E M Cannon and T A Templeton) 

real estate and insurance, 960 Broadway 
Canoll John, laborer, res 1731 Adeline 
Canty Mary Miss, res 1227 Chestnut 
Carey Frank, paper hanger, res 1360 Thirteenth ave 
Carey Helen Mrs, res 1360 Thirteenth ave 

Carey James T, gardener Court House, res 1360 Thirteenth ave 
Carius Fred, foreman stock, res 456 Eighth 
Carlin H C Mrs, res 621 East Fifteenth 
Carlon Robert, clerk, res 780 Eighteenth 
Carmel M Sister, Sister of Mercy, res Convent of Our Lady of 

Lourdes 
Carmody Cornelius, barkeeper Winthrop House, res 408 Sixth 
Carpenter A Mrs, dressmaker, res 307 Third 

CARPET CLEANING AND RENOVATING WORKS, J J Lerri & 

Co proprietors, 361 Thirteenth 
Carrell George F, brakeman S P Co, res 763 Campbell 
Carver Lewis M, upholsterer and mattress maker, res 524 

Eleventh ave 
Cavanaugh P J (Oakland Real Estate Co) res 1166 Twelfth 
Center Samuel H, miner, res 1160 Union 
Chamberlain Mary I Mrs, artist, res 955 Magnolia 
Chambers J J Mrs, housekeeper, res 1161 Fifth 
CHAMPLIN & WILLIAMSON (John L Champlin and James M 

Williamson) boots and shoes, 1053 Broadway 
Chapin Charles C, student, res 1576 Chestnut 
Chaplin G M, laborer S P Co, res West Berkeley 



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Ch pman B (J F Chapman & Co) res 1021 Ninth ave 

Chapman Edgar C, lawyer, res 534 Eighteenth 

Chapman Hall, farmer, res 534 Eighteenth 

Chapman M C, lawyer, res 905 Broad w T ay 

CHAPMAN M E> attorney-at-law, 906 Broadway 

Chappee Irene Mrs, news stand, cor Tenth and Broadway, res cor 

East Fourteenth and Twenty-third ave 
Chioree Joseph, res 1678 Pacific 
Chrisman W C Mrs, res 462 Twelfth, rm 16 
CITY HALL LIVERY STABLE, George C Hunt proprietor, 514 

Fourteenth 
CLARK C H (Clark, Holland & Co) res 536 Eighteenth 
Clark Edward (Cottrell, Armstrong, Clark & Norton) res 1722 

Linden 
Clark Frank, photographer, res 1528 West 
CLARK, HOLLAND & CO (C H Clark, A P Holland and A G 

Glenn) real estate agents and auctioneers, res 406 Twelfth 
CLARK HORACE, news stand, Market Street Station 
Clark John, laborer, res 368 Tenth 
Clark Walter B, printer, res 518 William 
Cleaveland A S Mrs, res 559 Frederick 
Cleve L Mrs, res 691 East Thirty-second 
Clow Elizabeth Mrs, res 571 Caledonia ave 
Clow Gussie A Miss, res 571 Caledonia ave 
Coakley Ellen, domestic, res 577 Charter 
Coakley Michael, gardener, res 577 Charter 
Cobbledick L N, clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 177 East Twelfth 
Coburn H N, canvasser, res 1383 Broadway 
Cody J A, res 560 Ninth, downstairs 
Coffee M H, dry goods, 843 Broadway 
Coffin Mary J Mrs, res 614 East Seventeenth 
Cohen Alfred H, atty-at-law, res Howard, Fruit Vale 
Coleback Samuel, tailor, res 173 Eighth 
Coleman Block, J C Thickstun propr, 1103i Broadway 
Colety Julia Miss, res 263 Second 
Collins Bird Miss, res 58 East Twelfth 
Collins Elizabeth Miss, res 1605 Thirteenth ave 
Collins John, employe railroad, res 410 Tenth 
Colvin F M Mrs, res 655 East Thirty-second 
Companies A and F, National Guard of California, 1308 San 

Pablo ave 
C0MST0CK EXCHANGE, T E Finch agent, 825 Broadway SW 

cor Sixth 
C0NAWAY M L MRS, res The Winsor 
Conlon Annie Mrs, res 833 Magnolia 
Conlon John Jr, lather, res 654 Linden 

Conner JeffD, telegraph operator, res 1140 East Seventeenth 
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Converse Albert, clerk, res 504 Thirteenth 

Cook Delia M Miss, res 1313 Eleventh ave 

Cook Grace Miss, res 464 East Twelfth 

Cook M A, res 808 Harrison 

Corbert Sadie Miss, res 456 East Twelfth 

Cornell Mat, bookkeeper, 902 East Twenty-first 

CORNWALL AMBROSE, dentist, 1069 Broadway, res Vernon 
Heights 

Corvinious Harriet Mrs, res 1015 Linden 

Cosmo Juan, bootblack, res 412 Second 

Cottle Hannah Mrs, res 263 East Seventeenth 

Cottrell, Armstrong, Clark & Norton (George Cottrell, T L Ann- 
strong, Edward Clark and E B Norton) proprs Oakland Iron 
Works, NE cor Second and Jefferson 

Cottrell George (Cottrell, Armstrong, Clark & Norton) res S F 

Coughin John, blacksmith, res 1519 Seventh 

Cowell William, harness trimmer, res 1656 Thirteenth ave 

Coyne Carrie Mrs, res 473 Sixth 

Crane E G, real estate agt, res 577 Twelfth 

Cravett Tom, saloon, res 362 Ninth 

Crawford M A Rev, res 1462 West 

Crist E Mrs, res 1312 Telegraph ave 

Crocker Nora Miss, res SW cor William and Campbell 

Crompton Robert, pattern maker, res 952 Twenty-fourth 

Cronin May Miss, res 1373 Ninth 

Crump John G (Burns & Crump) res S F 

Cruz & Kennedy, coal dealer, 1465 and 1467 Eighth 

Cullen Delia, domestic, res 1426 Eighth 

Cullen John, res 616 Second 

Culver Charles A, mgr Coon & Co, S F, res 279 East 
Twelfth 

Cushing Frank H, proof-reader, res Playter Block, rm 22 

Dagen Sam A, druggist, res 1359 Telegraph ave 

Daggett Allen F, tailor, res 1451 Seventh 

Daggett S W, laborer, res 1451 Seventh 

Dahman Bessie, res 630 Fourteenth 

Daken Anna Clay, res 1311 San Pablo ave 

Dallon Kate Miss, housekeeper, res 865 Twentieth 

Dana L Mrs, res 2 Saunders, East Oakland 

Danforth Washington, horse trainer, res 1901 Union 

Darriac F, clerk, res 619 Sixteenth 

Davies Eliza Mrs, res 657 Washington 

Davis Mary W Mrs, res cor San Pablo ave and Thirty-sixth 

DAVIS WILLIAM N, manager Oakland Branch Kellett & Mc- 
Murray, res 613 Seventeenth 

Davis Willie, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1918 
Lincoln 

Deal James A, laborer, res 615 Madison 



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Do Cora M E Miss, agt S P Co, cor Seventh and Broadway, res 
952 Castro 

Denniston J A, teamster, res 833 Magnolia 

De Pue F H, res 320 Eighth 

Depue Mary Miss, res 771 Fourteenth 

De Verner A Mrs, res 913 Magnolia 

Dewing A A, banker, res 279 East Twelfth 

Dickley Frank, house mover, res 866 Twenty-first 

Dieke Eustus H, carpenter, res cor Sixteenth ave and East 
Twenty-first 

Dille E R Rev, pastor M E Church, res 1401 Castro 

Dixon H F, brakeman, res 855 Center 

Dods Lincoln, driver delivery wagon, res 1006 Webster 

Donavan John C, laborer, res 1467 Seventh 

Donelan C C Miss, dressmaker, res 1116 Washington 

Dongery Charles, plasterer, res 1828 Adeline 

Donham E Mrs, res 1235 Broadway 

Donnell John, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Donnelly Lizzie Miss, res 561 Eighth 

Dorward James C, student of theology, res 463 Plymouth ave 

Doud E S (Smith, Doud & Mockbee) res Fruit Vale ave nr Her- 
mitage 

Doughty Walter V, agt yEtna Mineral Water Co, 476 Eighth, 
res S F 

Druhra Carl, box factory, res 1312 Grove 

Dunham Warren, patent agt, res 1235 Broadway 

Dwight Foster', employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 927 
Cedar 

Eabubreu Manuel F, laborer, res 1009 East Twenty-second 

Eaitken Edward, carpenter, res 614 East Seventeenth 

Edelen Emma Mrs, res 914 Peralta 

Ed man Carl, butcher, res 24 Myrtle 

Egbert H H, bookkeeper, res 518 William 

Eichler F, music teacher, res Andover bet Edwards and Plymouth 
ave 

Elbrecht L Miss, domestic, res 941 Filbert 

Eldredge C, res 830 Fourteenth 

Elford Mary E, dressmaker, res 502 East Twenty-third 

Ellsworth J T, res 815 Eighteenth 

Eilwood Mary E, res 13L6 Eighth ave 

E rick son Fred, steam boating, res 1012 Twenty-fourth 

Ksperson Mary Miss, res 1212 Campbell 

Estill R K Mrs, res 176 Ninth 

Eustice John, machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 804 Castro 

Evers August C, painter, res 769 Lydia 

Everts Block, cor Eleventh and Broadway 

Faessler Louisa Mrs, res 1827 Adeline 

Fairchild Helen M Miss, res 554 Thirteenth 



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Fake William H, farmer, res 1131 East Nineteenth 

Farley James F, expressman, res 814 East Sixteenth 

Fath Annie M, res 1269 Thirteenth 

FENNESSY JOHN, proprietor The Phoenix Saloon, 849 Broad- 
way, res 664 Sixth 

Ferguson Fanny, res 1057 Twelfth ave 

Ferguson George, clerk, res 1100 East Twenty- third 

Ferris L A, res 65 2 £ East Fourteenth 

Field Caroline H Miss, res 760 Fourteenth 

Field Lucy A Miss, res 760 Fourteenth 

Filbelet Don, bootblack, cor Ninth and Broadway, res 1042 Union 

Fischer Frank S, printer, res 870 Adeline 

Fischer J Mrs, res 763 Fifth 

Fish Theo J, insurance agt, res 1050 Broadway 

Fisher Hattie Miss, dressmaker, res 512 Twentieth 

Fisher Joseph Major, coal merchant, 1401 Broadway, res 1382 
Telegraph ave 

Fisher M Mrs, housekeeper, res 1017 Thirtieth 

Fitch A G (Fitch & Mait) res 1874 Seventh 

FITCH & MAIT (A G Fitch and E Mait) house and sign painters, 
1728 Seventh 

Fitzgerald Jenkins Mrs, res 934 Peralta 

Fitzgerald M, insurance agt, res 1050 Broadway 

Floerssinger Barbera, servant, res 1460 Castro 

Forester Edward H, res 1462 Eighth 

Foster Antone, carpenter, res 1564 Twenty-first ave 

Frates Mary E Mrs, res 121 Hollis 

French Marshall (Martin & French) res S F 

Frye Amanda V Miss, res 608 Fifth 

Fulcher Barbara Mrs, res 1740 Linden 

Fuqua Daniel, res 829 Campbell 

Gailen Bessie Miss, res 1114 Nineteenth 

GALVIN JAMES, carriage manufacturer, 511 and 513 Fourteenth 

Gardner Jerome T, res 463 East Eleventh 

Garr Urana Mrs, res 1952 Filbert 

Garvar James, employe nail works, res 1235 Broadway 

Gavica E J Mrs, res 677 Seventh 

Gazave Jean, res 373 First 

Gazzola Victor, conductor, res 870 Peralta 

Gile Elizabeth Mary, res 721 East Thirty-fifth 

Gillbrock Margie Mrs, res 626 Third 

Gilmore Robert Mrs, res 1213 Franklin 

GLENN A G (Clark, Holland & Co) res Everts Block, rxn 32 

Goldberg Benjamin, emplove Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, ns 
173 Eighth 

GOLDEN GATE SALOON, A D Neher proprietor, 1769 Sixteenth 

Goods Carey S, clerk, cor East Twelfth and Sixth Avenue 

Gordon C M Mrs, res 563 Fourteenth 



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Gordon Will H, res 5G3 Fourteenth 

Gorevan Lizzie Mrs, res 1235 Poplar 

Grabner F G, capitalist, res 470 Eleventh 

Graham E J (People's Express Co) res 1017 Pine 

GRANNIS F R (Bruce, Grannis & Marvin) res 145G 

Grauli Annie Miss, res 319 Eleventh 

Green John G, laborer, res 1711 Linden 

Greenleaf Adeline S Mrs, res 1353 Webster 

Greenlin Mary A Mrs, res 514 East Twelfth 

Greenman Ella E Mrs, teacher Durant School, res 1217 Sixth ave 

Greer J B, milk ranch, res 1750 Webster 

Grenville Oliver, physician, res 614 Fifth 

Greve Charles, barkeeper, res 273 Sixth 

Grosjean Charles A, foreman Lumber Yard, res 518 Third 

GROSSMAYER & CO (M H Grossmayer) real estate agents, 420 
Twelfth 

Grossmayer M H (Grossmayer & Co) res Kelsey House 

Guertin Frank (Oakland Real Estate Co) ies 1069 Grove 

Gutfin Vira Mrs, res 1524 Fifth 

Hakes J J, res 1060 Harrison 

Hale Crescent, piano mfr, res 864 Peralta 

Hale E F, fruit canner, res 864 Peralta 

Hale William, capitalist, res 864 Peralta 

Haleton Phcebe Mrs, res Beulah Park, East Oakland 

Hall Fremont S, railroad engineer, res 161 Seventh 

HALL F T> house painting, paper hanging and general job- 
bing, 369 Thirteenth bet Franklin and Webster, res 1256 
Alice (see adv) 

Hallett Kittie Miss, res 1319 Ninth 

Haller R G Mrs, res 864 Peralta 

Hamm Lillie, student, res 1304 Eighth 

Hanley George, carpenter, res 1739 Filbert 

Hanley George W, carpenter, res 1747 Filbert 

Hanley John W, horse dealer, res 1747 Filbert 

Hanley W T, stableman, res 1565 Seventh 

Hannan J J, painter, res 718 Eleventh 

Hanrahan Anna Mrs, housekeeper, res 1953 Magnolia 

Hansen Lizzie, domestic, res 719 Webster 

Hardmeyer Eliza Mrs, res 1377 Eighth 

Hardy J A Mrs, res 1213 Franklin 

Have T J Mrs, res 67 East Twelfth 

Harrigan T F, iron worker, res 1427 San Pablo ave 

HARRIS & BEEL (J L Harris and M S Beel) gents' clothing 
and furnishing goods, 909-913 Broadway 

Harris E A, salesman Snow & Pettis, res 1766 Eighth 

Hart Edward S, Bank of California, res Nineteenth ave, High- 
land Park 

Haswell W P, carpenter, res 866 C .tester 



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Haven Egbert D, student Pacific Theological Seminary 

Hawes M L Mrs, res 576 East Fourteenth 

Hawes Vienna C Mrs, res 1060 Seventh ave 

Hawkins Waverly C, time keeper Palace Hotel, res 966 Kirkham 

Hayes James (Todd & Hayes) res 371 Tenth 

Hayes Mary Miss, res 1407 Eighth 

Hayes William, clerk, res 862 Chester 

HEALD & WADE (F S Heald and B L Wade) real estate agents, 
628 East Twelfth 

Heather Lillie Miss, res 1164 Peralta 

Heimerle I F Mrs, res 1064 Eleventh ave 

Henderson Mat lie Mrs, res 971 Chester 

Henry Eliza Mrs, res 668 Seventh 

Herlitz Herman Capt, res 1515 Fifth 

Hershberg Rieka Mrs, res 1456 Castro 

Hill James, hotel keeper, res 162 Second 

Hill Mark T, saloon, res 162 Second 

Hill Rowland C, student Pacific Theological Seminary 

Hill Stephen, livery stable keeper, res 162 Second 

Hill Thomas, saloon, res 162 Second 

HILL W L (Davis & Hill) res Claremont 

Hiner J J, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Holdener F J, machinist, res 1151 Washington 

Holland John, laborer, res 511 Twenty-fourth 

Hook H H, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 928 
Peralta 

Hook M R, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 928 
Peralta 

House Arthur L, bunker, res 279 East Twelfth 

Howard Lizzie, domestic, NE cor Nineteenth ave and East 
Twenty-second 

Howenn Watts E, carpenter, res 715 Third 

Howkins W C, tobacconist, res 966 Kirkham 

Hudnall Edith E Miss, res 946 Union 

Hust Valentine, res cor East Fourteenth and Julia 

Hutchinson H L, res 1212 Castro 

Irwin Elizabeth A Miss, res 1066 Tenth 

Jacobs Lucinda E Mrs, res 960 Center 

James — , house painter, res 560 Ninth 

James Mary Mrs, res 866 East Twelfth 

Jay lor Samuel, plumber, 850 Market, res 952 Third 

Jeghers Mary Miss, res 952 Fourteenth 

Jennmgs Fred W, boiler maker, res 661 Alice 

Johnson Nils, cabinet maker, res 372 East Eleventh 

Jones A S, res 480 Orchard 

Jones Daniel, employe nail works, res 47o East Twelfth, rear 

Jones James G, Pacific Coast mgr Massachusetts Benefit Associa- 
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Jones Mattie Miss, res 488 Twenty-third 

KAYSER A> proprietor Oakland Journal, 832 Webster, res 1377 

New Broadway 
Kehoe Edward, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res West 

Berkeley 
Kenney M Mrs, res 925 Third 

Kenney M, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1G76 Pacific 
Kenney Sarah Miss, res 925 Third 
Kenzler W, res 520 Eighth 
Kenzler W C, res 520 Eighth 
King C K, res 1819 San Pablo ave 
KING OF AGUE BITTERS, Robinson & Co proprietors, 249 

Steuart, S F 
Kirk J W, carriage trimmer, res 779 Twelfth 
Kirk Will B, druggist, res 779 Twelfth 
Klauenberg Freida S Miss, domestic, res 854 Henry 
Knotz William, butcher, res 1409 Thirteenth ave 
Koell Mary Miss, servant, 409 East Twelfth 
Kuenzi J R Mrs, res 512 Eighth 

Laboeuf Francis, moulder Oakland Iron Works, res 762 Jefferson 
Lagrue Ella Miss, domestic, res 1405 Eleventh 
Lamb Horace B, res 275 East Twelfth 
Lamberson Mary K Miss, student, res 9G3 Center 
Lanard William, laborer, res 802 Franklin 
Lane J C, res 962 East Seventeenth 
LANGE F W> agent American Biscuit Co, 1034 Peralta 
Larue Cyrus, student, res 608 East Eighteenth 
Larue Louise D Mrs, res 608 East Eighteenth 
Lauer Mike J, cigar maker, res 831 Broadway 
Lawrence Manuel, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res cor 

Thirty-sixth and San Pablo ave 
Leavitt D S, dressmaker, res 519 Sixteenth 
Leavitt I F, res 519 Sixteenth 
Lee Oscar, porter, res 816 Henry 
Leech William, res 1482 San Pablo ave 
LEHNHARDT EMIL (Lehnhardt & Sparrowe) 471 Fourteenth, 

res 1103^ Broadway 
LEHNHARDT & SPARROWE (Emil Lehnhardt and Charles G 

Sparrowe) candy, confectionery and ice-cream parlors, 471 

Fourteenth 
Leonard Charles C, real estate dealer, res 918 Chester 
Liddicoat Bessie Miss, dressmaker, 1940 Union 
Linck Theodore, clerk post-office, S F, res 1369 Twelfth 
Logan M J Mrs, res 661 Ninth 
Luhr William Mrs, res 1515 Fifth 
Lumsden A, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1668 

Sixteenth 
Lunt C M, pressman, res 911 Washington 



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Lussier N, clerk, res 100G Chester 

Lutter Harry, cook, res 703 East Twelfth 

Lynch Mary A Miss, servant, res 815 Twenty-second 

Maar Fred H, theological student, res 463 Plymouth ave 

Macdonald Alice Mrs, res 1060 Seventh ave 

Macdonald J A C, plumber, res 1373J Broadway 

MacKinnon, teacher, res 617 Tenth 

MacPherson William Mrs, domestic, 818 Myrtle 

Magulenhoupt Frederick, res 489 Orchard 

Mahoney J W, People's Express Co, res 1017 Pine 

Mair Kusner, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res West 
Oakland House 

Mait Ed (Fitch & Mait) res 1721 Seventh 

Manning & Son (T P and T J) merchant tailors, 461 Seventh 

Manning T J (Manning & Son) 461 Seventh 

Manning T P (Manning & Son) re Eureka Hotel 

Manty C W, res 562 Eighth 

Marini Louis, gravel dealer, 690 Market 

Marolf Emma, res 864 Henry 

Martin Harriet Mrs, capitalist, res Highland Park 

Marvin L C Mrs, employment office and hair goods, 955 Wash- 
ington, res 376 Twelfth 

Matran Bernard, fish dealer, 416 Second 

Matrey A Mrs, res 752 Third 

Mauk N L, res 416 Seventh 

McBean Mary Ann Mrs, res 1665 Twelfth 

McCarthy Ella Miss, domestic, res 1514J Seventh 

McCloskey C J Mrs, res 1766 William 

McCrary Kate Miss, res 779 Twelfth 

McDermott — , employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 
Grand Western Hotel 

McDonald John, laborer, res 1720 Thirteenth ave 

McGinniss Thomas, boiler maker, res 1575 Fifth 

McGregor David C, blacksmith P H McGrew, res 1421 Thirteenth 
' ave 

Mclntire Dan, conductor S P Co, res 1018 Adeline 

McKerman Catherine Mrs, domestic, res 1424 Tenth 

McMenrini Robert D, carpenter, res cor Twenty-first ave and 
East Nineteenth 

McPels Patrick, laborer, res 1359 Seventeenth 

McQuaid Hannah Miss, res 726 Myrtle 

Moloney A M Mrs, res 769 Lydia 

MERRIMAN MANUFACTURING CO, Griffith Grit president, 

W W Weeks manager and treasurer, II L Flint secretary, 
manufacturers and dealers in grocers' and druggists' supplies, 
laboratory 412 Eighth, office 20 California, S F 

Merritt Isaac, bookkeeper, res 1421 Eleventh ave 

Meyers S Mrs, res 1006 Chester 



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Mider James, res 1370 Eighteenth 

Mitchell Henry, expressman Whitney & Co, res 366 Third 
Mitchell Nicholas J, expressman Whitney & Co, res 366 Third 
Mockbee W K (Smith, Doud & Mockbee) res Fruit Vale nr 

Hermitage 
Money M H Mrs, bird store, res 2255 San Pablo ave 
Moore J K, mechanic, res 655 East Thirty-third 
Mosch John, waiter, res 712 Webster 

NEHER A D> proprietor Golden Gate Saloon, 1769 Sixteenth 
Nelson Theodore, laborer, res Highland Park 
Newland Kindergarten, 757 Peralta 
NICOLAYSON FRANK N (Professor Robinson & Co) 249 Steuart, 

SF 
Nye Wm, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 916 Peralta 
Oberg M Mrs, res 369 Prospect ave 
Organ Joisaffe, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1253 

Cypress 
ORR JAMES A (Tuttle & Or) res 1366 San Pablo ave 
Ottewell Alfred D, civil engineer, res 763 Eighth 
Overmohle Susie T, res 1674 Sixteenth 
Ovler Robert, architect, res 1307 Sixth ave 

PARKER J A (Zeuner & Parker) 954 Broadway, res Grand Cen- 
tral Hotel 
Parnell Alfred H, stone cutter, res cor East Nineteenth and 

Twenty-first ave 
Partridge William, brakeman, res 1418 Ninth 
Pelimbaum Solomon, merchant, res 856 Isabella 
Petezilka Fred, res 115 A 
Powell — , clerk, res 1637 Buena Vista ave 
Prather Edward L, civil engineer, res 562 Eleventh 
Priest Martha Mrs, res cor Seventh and Campbell 
Prime M S (Stevenson & Prime) res 268 East Seventeenth 
Putnam Ida Miss, dressmaker, res 731 Chester 
Reed L D Mrs, res 959 Fourth ave 
Rhodes — , res 366 Tenth 
Richardson D S, res 456 East Twelfth 
Robertson A M, potter, res 519 Sixteenth 
Robinson Maury, farmer, res 911 Grove 
ROBINSON PROFESSOR & CO, proprietor King of Ague 

Bitters, 249 Steuart, S F 
Roehnert Bertha Mrs, res 1522 Third 
Rosborough Joseph, res 1769 Nineteenth ave 

ROTHENBERG S B> wines aud liquors, wholesale, 864 Broadway 
Rountree Bros, real estate, 1012 Broadwavand 407 Montgomerv, 

SF 
Rountree James O Jr, res S F 
Rountree Newton W (Rountree Bros) res S F 
Rountree — (Rountree Bros) res S F 



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Rusk Elizabeth, res 1457 Fifth 

Rutherford David (Rutherford & McPike) res 1165 West 

RUTHERFORD & McPIKE, hardware, stoves and ranges, 



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SACKETT SCHOOL, D P Sackett principal, 529 Twenty-first 
SAUFLEY & CO (R C and W B Saufley) real estate, 465 Ninth 
SCOVILLE AVERY (Scoville & Son) res 1818 Atlantic 
SCOVILLE FRANK (Scoville & Son) res 1818 Atlantic 
SCOVILLE IRON WORKS, Scoville & Son proprietors, all kinds 

of machinery, engines and castings, SE cor Second and Brush 
SOVILLE IVES (Scoville & Son) res 1818 Atlantic 
SCOVILLE & SON (Ives and Avery) proprietors Scoville Iron 

Works, SE cor Second and Brush 
Sharp Louis H, atty-at-law, NE cor Nineteenth ave and Twenty- 
second 
Shaw Mary E Mrs, res 1531 Everett 
Simpson Charles H, res 666 East Fifteenth 
Smith J E, jeweler, 11 56 J Seventh 
Smith Mercy A F Mrs, res 1530 Twelfth ave 
Snider J E, res 912-916 Washington 
SPARROWE CHARLES G (Lehnhardt & Sparrowe) 471 Four 

teenth, res S F 
Stevenson Thomas (Stevenson & Prime) 906 Broadway 
STEVENSON & PRIME (Thomas Stevenson and M S Prime) 

real estate and house renters, 906 Broadway 
Stimpson Mary A Mrs, res 1573 Fifth 
Sullivan Maggie Mrs, res 1674 Pacific 
Sullivan Margaretta Mrs, dressmaker, res 806 Campbell 
SWEETBRIAR DAIRY, E M Stacey & Co proprietors, 

Broadway 
Trezise Oscar W, clerk, res 1722 Twenty-first 
Trezise P H, res 1722 Twenty-first ave 
TUTTLE E (Tuttle & Orr) res 1307 Market 
TUTTLE & ORR (E O Tuttle and J A Orr) searchers of records, 

906 Broadway 
Van Wyke C L, fireman, res 1555 Fifth 
Wass Sydney, dentist, 1407 Brush 
Webb Helen S Mrs, res 562 Eleventh 

Whaley W F, agt Standard Oil Co, cor First and Castro, res S F 
Whitnev W J, res 1355 Thirteenth ave 
Wright George B, res 1217 Sixth ave 
Young F B, res 719 Jefferson 
^Toung W J, carpenter, res 719 Jefferson 
Young W M, res 719 Jefferson 
Zamoiski Ada, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res cor 

Alcatraz ave and Collins 
Zamoiski Saul, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe C<>, res cor 

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Aaron David, tailor, res 260 Eighth 

Aaron Peter, tailor, 419 Seventh, res 260 Eighth 

Aaronson Max, clerk Henry Alexander, res Seventh bet Jefferson 

and Clay 
Aastor Henry, laborer, res 1251 Fifteenth ave 
Abbay James N, railroad engineer, res 955 Willow 
Abbey Alfred, mgr Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 761 

Fourteenth 
Abbey Edgar W, bookkeeper, S F, res 608 Eighteenth 
Abbey F J Mrs, res 608 Eighteenth 
Abbey Lula Mrs, singer Presbyterian Church, S F, res 761 

Fourteenth 
Abbey Richard, pres Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 

Herndon, Fresno Co 
Abbott Adelbert S, clerk, S F, res 1362 Twelfth 
Abbott A F, copyist recorder's office, res 475 Ninth 
Abbott Albert, harness cleaner Robert Glover 
Abbott G D, clerk supt's office S P Co, res 569 Eleventh 
Abbott G S Rev, editor and proprietor Herald of Truth, res 569 

Eleventh 
Abbott Hannah Mrs, res 319 Fifth 
Abbott Moses A, farmer, res 1362 Twelfth . 
Abbott Robert, moulder, 814 Henry 
Abbott S M, res 1168 Broadway 

Abbott S M Mrs, hair goods, 1168 Broadway, res same 
Abbott William D, painter, res Watts nr Forty -fifth 
Abby James, engineer S P Co, res 955 Willow 
Abele M Mrs, midwife, res J 503 Eighth 
Abell George H, farmer, res 668 Sixteenth 
Abell Gerald L, city numberer and printer Pacific Press, res 1114 

Linden 
Abell Gertrude A, school teacher, res 1114 Linden 
Abell J M Mrs, res 1114 Linden 
Aber F Mrs, res 308 Seventh 

Aber Nellie Miss, tailoress, 376 Seventh, res 308 Seventh 
Aberhams Adolph, tailor, res 1866 Atlantic 



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Abernethy Annie E Miss, res 578 Thirteenth 

Aberstein John, laborer, res 459 Fourth 

Abhrams John, fruits, NE cor Wood and Seventh 

Able John, miller, res 556 Third 

Abraham E, salesman, res 461 Ninth 

Abraham John (D Haggerty & Co) res Peralta ave 

Abrahams John, merchant, res cor Peralta ave and Linden 

Abrahamson Bios (Julius and Hugo) laces and fancy goods, 

1117 Broadway 
Abrahamson Charles, carpenter John Wemmer, res 361 Tenth 
Abrahamson Hugo (Abrahamson Bros) res N W cor Fourteenth 

and Jefferson 
Abrahamson Julius (Abrahamson Bios) res NW cor Fourteenth 

and Jefferson 
Abrego Y M, salesman, S F, res 922 Chester 
Abres John, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co 
Abreu Manuel F, laborer Oak Grove Tannery, res 1009 East 

Twenty-second 
Abrott Carstan, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Watts nr 

Forty-seventh 
ACADEMY OF OUR LADY OF LOURDES, Sister Mary Carmel 
superior ess, boarding and day school conducted by the Sis- 
ters of Mercy, East Oakland 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer Jos E Johnston, res 869 Eleventh 
Achard Charles N, res 367 Eleventh 

Achard Laura Miss, dressmaker J F Wood, res 367 Eleventh 
Achard William L, clerk W S & O T Co, res 367 Eleventh 
Acker E M, employe S P Co, res 944 Wood 
Ackerly S, brakeman S P Co, res cor Sixteenth and Adeline 
Ackerman Bridget Mrs, res cor William and West 
Ackerman Charles, capitalist, res 756 Willow 
Ackerman Fred, brakeman S P Co, res 1421 Twelfth 
Ackerman Jacob, roll turner Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 
ACME ATHLETIC CLUB, Fred M Campbell president, J M Polk 

secretary, 305 Fourteenth 
Acme Bath Co, E D Ormsby pres, C E Gillett sec and treas, E T 

Taylor clerk, 1Q14 Broadway, rms 25 and 26 
Acme Council of United Friends, meets Tuesday evening at Cal- 
ifornia Medical College 
Acme Publishing Co (Ingham & Levy) 520 Fifteenth 
Adamina Felix (J Adamina & Co) res 820 Twenty-ninth 
Adamina Guiseppe, painter, res 820 Twenty-ninth 
Adamina J & Co (Joseph and Felix Adamina) house and sign 

painters, 8?0 Twenty-ninth 
Adamina Joseph (J Adamina & Co) res 820 Twenty-ninth 
Adams Alfred, carpenter William A Duncombe, res 808 Grove 
Adams Alfred W, carpenter, its (118 Eighth 



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Adams Bert, barkeeper C Jurgens, res Sunnyside House 

Adams Belle H Miss, res 1357 Franklin 

Adams Bessie G Miss, res 949 Filbert 

Adams Camille, driver V L Fortin, res 721 Fourth 

Adams Carrie Miss, res 1311 Clay 

Adams Charles A, porter S P Co, res 810 Alice 

Adams Charles B, insurance broker, res 1075 East Twenty-third 

Adams Charles F, commercial traveler, res 214 Third 

Adams Charles W, res 530 Thirty-fifth 

Adams C W, brakeman S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 

Adams Edson, real estate, res Bay Place, Vernon Heights 

Adams E M Mrs, res 956 Myrtle 

Adams Eugene, helper California Hosiery Co, res 525 Third 

Adams Frank, res 945 Willow 

Adams Frank H, clerk Horace H Seaton, res 367 East Seven- 
teenth 

ADAMS FRANK L physician, 1104 Broadway, res 1311 Clay 

Adams George, driver Taylor &Lohse, res 1507 Twelfth ave 

Adams George H (Strong & Adams) res 669 Fourth 

Adams George W, capitalist, res 571 East Twelfth 

Adams Henry H, clerk Phelps & Miller. S F, res 1406 Alice 

Adams Herbert L, atty-at-law, 969 Broadway, res 627 Third 

ADAMS J A D MRS, M D, O S B, Christian scientist, office 
568 Seventeenth 

Adams James, car repairer S P Co, res 945 Willow 

Adams James, real estate, res 949 Filbert 

Adams Jessie Mrs, res 605 Sixth 

Adams J M, mariner, res 755 Grove 

Adams J M, wood, coal, hay, grain and feed, 1772 Telegraph ave, 
res 575 Twenty-fifth 

Adams John, res 1357 Franklin 

Adams John, stair builder, res Eureka Hotel 

Adams John B, res 2236 Telegraph ave 

Adams John C, res Bay Place, Vernon Heights 

Adams John Q, plumber, res Eureka Hotel 

Adams John S (Agard & Adams) res 1311 Clay 

Adams Joseph, C S B, Christian scientist, res 568 Seventeenth 

Adams J S Mrs, res 860 Clay 

Adams L J Miss, res 756 Sixteenth 

Adams L K Mrs, res 1311 Clay 

Adams Louisa E Miss, res 1311 Clay 

Adams Minnie B, res 364 East Seventeenth 

Adams M S Mrs, res 364 East Seventeenth 

ADAMS ORSON B, physician, 1014 Broadway, res 1307 Eighth 

Adams Samuel, watchman J Lusk Canning Co 

Adams Thomas H Mrs, res 630 Sixteenth 

Adams V T, employe S P Co, res 1330 Adeline 

Adams W H H, brakeman S P Co, res 1110 Linden 



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Adams William (Levi & Co, S F) res Tubbs Hotel 

Adamson Daniel, res 31S Durant 

Adamson Frank, res 666 Thirty-fourth 

Adamson J Mrs, domestic, res 318 Durant 

Adamson Margaret Miss, dressmaker, res QQ6 Thirty-fourth 

Addington A M, potter, res 803 Isabella , 

Addington Charlie, seaman, res 803 Isabella 

Addington M J Mrs, res 803 Isabella 

Addington Thomas, teamster, res 803 Isabella 

Adeline Market, L M Hignet propr, 1203 Seventh 

Adney R C J, principal Emeiyville School, res 1620 Eighth 

Adrian ce J C, agt California Cracker Co, NE cor Sixth and 
Madison 

Adwald George, carpenter, res 810 East Twenty-first 

Aegerter John Fred, gardener, res 1829 Union 

iEtna Soda Water, E C Bartlett agt, 476 Eighth 

African Methodist Espiscopal Church, John W Sexton pastor, 
Fifteenth bet West and Market 

Agard A H, clerk G W McKeand, SE cor Fourth and Broad- 
way, res S F 

AGARD & ADAMS (AH Agard and John S Adams) physicians, 
1104 Broadway 

Agard Aurelius H (Agard & Adams) res 1259 Alice 

AGARD & CO (J T an d J J Agard and G W Scott) groceries, 
1120 Broadway 

Agard J J, insurance, S F, res 1331 Filbert 

Agard J T (Agard & Co) res 1333 Filbert 

Agard Louise Mine, res 620 Franklin 

Agee Horatio, res 1367 Sixth ave 

Agee Joseph, longshoreman, res 1367 Sixth ave 

Agee Mary J, dressmaker, res 1367 Sixth ave 

Agee Robert P, clerk, res 1367 Sixth ave 

Agnaw Julia Mrs, res 1723 Eighth 

Agnew John J, foreman teamster S F Gas Co, res 376 East Four- 
teenth 

Agnew Nellie Miss, assistant W E Brooks, res 1554 Telegraph ave 

Agnew Thomas, general insurance adjuster, res Fairmont House 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Northwestern Manufacturing 
and Car Co, NE cor Second and Washington ■ 

Agricultural Insurance Co of New York, H Griffin agt, 958 
Broadway 

Agusta Hannah Miss, domestic, res 154 Lake 

Agustus Dominigo, laborer, res 917 East Fifteenth 

Agustus Dominigo Jr, laborer brass works, res 917 East Fifteenth 

Ahern C, employe Mountain View Cemetery 

Ahern D J, ropemaker at cotton mills, res 816 Linden 

Ahern John, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res cor Seven- 
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Ahern John F, paper hanger, res 1316 Grove 

Ahern John J, painter, res 567 Sixth 

Ahern Michael, laborer S P Co, res 885 Bay 

Ahern M R Miss, dressmaker, res 1309 Webster 

Ahern Patrick, laborer, S F, res 1614 Seventeenth 

Ahern Peter, carpenter, res 624 Sixteenth 

Ahern R H, painter and paper hanger, res 1263 Jefferson 

Ahern Thos, carpenter, res 617 Seventeenth 

Ahern Win J, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Ahlberg Christian, blacksmith, res Clare mont ave nr Telegraph 

ave 
Ahlberg F, tailor, S F, res 1 Maple 
Ahrens D N, saloon, S F, res 174 A 
Ahrens George M, saloon, S F, res 176 A 
Ahrens Jacob A, saloon, S F, res 1108 Wood 
Aickley Charles, cook, 565 Second 
Aickley William, employe Mountain View Cemetery 
Aiken Albert, student, res 962 Market 

Aiken Andrew, carder California Hosiery Co, res 911 Magnolia 
Aiken Edmond, carpenter, res 614 East Seventeenth 
Aiken James, laborer, res 244 Hannah 
Aiken Robert, fireman S P Co, res 1830 William 
Aikens J, machinist J Lusk Canning. Co, res cor Forty-sixth and 

Grove 
Aine Louis, carpenter, res 527 Sixteenth 
Ainsworth Alfred G, employe S P Co, res 1265 West 
Ainsworth Alfred G, real estate, res 852 Eighteenth 
Ainsworth Bros (E S and D S), groceries, NE cor Market and 

Fourteenth 
Ainsworth D S (Ainsworth Bros) res 825 Seventeenth 
Ainsworth E S (Ainsworth Bros) res 825 Seventeenth 
Ainsworth E S, special officer, res 1701 Twelfth 
Ainsworth George, res 852 Forty-eighth 
Ainsworth George J, res Vernon ave nr Pagoda Hill 
Ainsworth G L, brakeman S P Co, res 852 Eighteenth 
Ainsworth G R R (H S & G R R Ainsworth) res 1701 Twelfth 
Ainsworth HS(HS&GRR Ainsworth) res 1701 Twelfth 
Ainsworth HS&G R R, groceries and varieties, 1701 Twelfth 
Ainsworth John, student University, res Vernon ave nr Pa- 
goda Hill 
Ainsworth John, lumber surveyor, res 1466 Fifth 
Ainsworth John C, capitalist, res Vernon ave nr Pagoda Hill 
Ainsworth Wm P, clerk Stocker & Schramm, res 852 Eighteenth 
Airy Mary Mrs, res 1170 Madison 
Aitchison Robert L, barber, res 831 Campbell 
Aitken Robert G, teacher German and mechanical drawing 
Akerly Benjamin Rev, D D, rector St John's Episcopal Church, 
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Akerly Benjamin M, with Liverpool, London and Globe Insur- 
ance Co, S F, res 1249 Adeline 
Akerly E Alden, res 1249 Adeline 
Akerly Graham, res 1249 Adeline 
Akerly James C S, physician, res 1249 Adeline 
Akerly Morris K, bookkeeper, S F, res 1249 Adeline 
Akerly Samuel, employe S P Co, res 1249 Adeline 
Akin A J, foreman carder California Hosiery Co, res 911 Mag- 
nolia 
Akins Charles H, hay and grain, res 662 Twenty-ninth 
Akins L E, bookkeeper Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 715 Tenth 
Akins Seymour L, conductor S P Co, res 715 Tenth 
Akins W D, watchman Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 715 Tenth 
Akins W H, brakeman S P Co, res 734 Henry 
Alamanzi Harriet Mrs, res 1781 Goss 
Alameda Anton, res 779 East Twelfth 

Alameda County Gas Saving Co, M Neisser supt, 905 Webster 
ALAMEDA MACADAMIZING CO, Hugh Sheer president, A T 
Arrowsmith secretary, office 456 Eighth, quarry Lake Shore 
ave 

"ALAMEDA, OAKLAND AND BERKELEY DIRECTORY," 

McKenney Directory Co publishers, 689 Twenty-fourth, 
Oakland, and 623 Commercial, San Francisco 
Albaech Charles, employe West Berkeley Rolling Mill, res 1012 

Third ave 
Albaech Mary Mrs, res 1012 Third ave 
Albee Herbert, milkman, res s side Benton ave nr Adeline 
Alberger C, insurance, S F, res Brunswick House 
Alberger Ida Miss, res 146 Lake 
Alberger Maud T Miss, res 146 Lake 
Alberger W R, excursion trains, res Brunswick House 
Albergh C, blacksmith J Lusk Canning Co, res w s Claremont 

ave nr Telegraph ave 
Alberigi Felix, miner, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-ninth 
Albert Joe, coachman J V Mehrmann, res 852 Isabella 
Albertzart Henry, bartender The Zither, res 1816 Seventh 
Albina Mary Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1359 

Thirteenth 
Albrecht Anna J Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Albrecht Laura Mrs, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Albrecht Richard, student, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Albreck Andrew, hostler, res 1058 West 
Albridge Annettie M Miss, res 710 Third 
Albridge James, engineer, res 710 Third 

Albright Fred, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 
Albright George F, clerk W W Montague, S F, res 403 East 
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Albright George W, chief clerk U S Q M depot, S F, res 403 

East Fourteenth 
Albright John H T, clerk Hawley Bros, S F, res 403 East Four- 
teenth 
Alburn George W, laborer, res 715 Center 
Alcatraz Lodge, No 244, F & A M, meets at Masonic Hall, cor 

Seventh and Willow, on first and third Monday evenings of 

each month 
Alcazar, Hanavan & Baldric proprs, 1156 Broadwav 
Alden C E, clerk, res 722 Myrtle 

Alder Henry E, clerk Woodward & Gamble, res Galindo Hotel 
Aldis Edward, shoemaker, S F, res 1669 Eighth 
Aldis Elizabeth Mrs, fancy goods and notions, 1669 Eighth, res 

same 
Aldrich A F Miss, principal Lafayette School, res Brunswick 
Aldrich Abbv S Mrs, res 580 Jones 

Aldrich Elsie" E Miss, clerk W U Tel Co's Office, S F, res 580 Jones 
Aldrich James H, brakeman S P Co, res SW cor Campbell and 

William 
Aldrich L A, artesian well borer, res 668 Sycamore 
Aldrich Letitia S Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res S F 
Aldrich Wm, carpenter, res 580 Jones 
Aldritch George A res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Aldritch Helen Miss, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Aldritch W A, capitalist, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Alexander Alice Miss, dressmaker, 1167 Third 
Alexander Annie Miss, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Alexander Arthur P, surveyor, res 468 Prospect ave 
Alexander B D, carpenter, res 1559 Broadway 
Alexander Charles, employe S P Co, res 836 Broadway 
Alexander Charles O (O Alexander & Son) res 1406 Alice 
Alexander Eugenia Mrs, music teacher, 1559 Broadway 
Alexander Ezekiel, captain steamer Queen of the Pacific, res 1250 

Franklin 
Alexander Frank A, pressman Pacific Press, res 1013 Fourteenth 
Alexander Goodman, glazier, res 709| Fifth 
Alexander Henry, boots and shoes, 851 Washington, res 965 

Fourth ave 
Alexander Isidore, capitalist, res 1564 Telegraph ave 
Alexander Juliette Miss, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Alexander J M Rev, res 452 East Seventeenth 
Alexander L L, mining engineer, res 468 Prospect ave 
Alexander Lottie Miss, music teacher, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Alexander Mattie Mrs, res 468 Prospect 
Alexander O, merchandise broker, S F, res 1406 Alice 
Alexander Samuel T, capitalist, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Alexander Wallace, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Alfonso Cormen, res 1314 Thirty-sixth 









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Alger Charles, employe rolling mill, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 

Alger Clara Miss, res 1020 Adeline 

Alger Cora Miss, res 1020 Adeline 

Alger James, employe carriage factory, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 

Aljoe William, carpenter S P Co, res 1521 Sixth 

Allan Charles, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Commer- 
cial Union Hotel 

Allan Charles, deckhand Piedmont, res 707 Chester 

Allan Marian Miss, domestic, 1403 Jackson 

Allard A Mrs, res 1685 Eighth 

Allardt Charles, student, res 1127 Linden 

Allard t Fred, student, res 1127 Linden 

Allardt George F, civil engineer, S F, res 1127 Linden 

Alle Mitchell, candies, 472 Seventh, res 716 Webster 

Allen B, contractor, 1303 Jefferson 

Allen B B Mrs, res 1860 William 

Allen Belle Mrs, music teacher, res 1219 Franklin 

Allen B K (McCarty & Allen) res 1303 Jefferson 

Allen Carl D, bookkeeper, res 937 Adeline 

Allen Charles E, commission merchant, res 822 East Fifteenth 

Allen Charles R, coal dealer, S F, res 318 Fourteenth 

Allen Charles S, farmer, res High nr East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 

Allen E C Miss, res 539 Thirty-sixth 

Allen E P Mrs, res 327 Eleventh 

Allen Esther Mrs, res 1414 Fifteenth 

Allen Ethan, physician, 906 Br'dway, rm 26, res 539 Thirty-sixth 

Allen F M Miss, res 539 Thirty-sixth 

Allen Frank, bookkeeper J G Allen, res 1317 Alice 

Allen Fred, blacksmith S P Co, res NW cor Wood and Willow 

Allen G C, driver water wagon, bds 313 Sixth 

Allen George H, carriage maker J E Johnston, res 962 Webster 

Allen George S, with Thos Day & Co, S F, res 1324 Linden 

Allen Harriet C Mrs, res 829 Seventeenth 

Allen Hattie A Miss, res 166 Fifth 

Allen Herbert, delivery clerk W & M Everson, res Filbert bet 
Sixteenth and Eighteenth 

Allen H J, railroad fireman, res 1773 Eighth 

Allen Ira L, driver Talcott's Dairy, res High nr East Fourteenth 

Allen Jackson, contractor OCRR, res 1563 Brush cor Twenty- 
second 

ALLEN JAMES G agent Dixon Crucible Co, S F, res 1317 Alice 

Allen Jennie C Miss, res 1104 Fourteenth 

Allen Jerome A, clerk, S F, res 1133 Filbert 

Allen John, atty-at-law, res 1104 Fourteenth 

Allen John H, fireman S P Co, res 1773 Division 

Allen John J, atty-at-law, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen L B, clerk supt's office S P Co, East Berkeley, res cor 
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Allen L T Mrs, res 1722 Twenty-first ave 
Allen Mary Mrs, res 202 East Ninth 

Allen Margaret Mrs, janitress Prescott School, res 1104 Four- 
teenth 
Allen Margaret Mrs, domestic, res 1256 Eighth 
Allen Marian Miss, nurse, 586 Caledonia ave 
Allen Mrs, res 1133 Filbert 

Allen Myron W, carriage maker, res 962 Webster 
Allen N B, brakeman S P Co, res 806 Wood 
Allen O P, bookkeeper, res 424 East Tenth 
Allen Orrin E, clerk W F Kroll, res 519 Eighth 
Allen Orrin H, engineer S P Co, re=j 1762 William 
Allen Reece B, stamp and box clerk post-office, res 514 Fifteenth 
Allen Richard K, mgr Bankers' and Merchants' Mutual Insurance 

Co, res 937 Adeline 
Allen Robert, gardener, res 1841 Webster 
Allen Robert W, carpenter, res 920 Twenty-fourth 
Allen Rowland F, salesman, res 822 East Fifteenth 
Allen Sarah Miss, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
Allen Stephen H, artesian well borer, res 271 Sixth 
Allen Thomas J, c erk Pacific Mail Steamship Co's office, S F, res 

1414 Fifteenth 
Allen Truman H, pension agt, S F, res 166 Fifth 
Allen Valient B, miner, res 952 Pine 
Allen Walter S, engineer S P Co, res 1804 William 
Allen William, employe C P Co, res Pullman Hotel 
Allen William, contractor and builder, 1694 Telegraph ave, res 

same 
Allen William A, res 2233 Magnolia 
Allen William C, machinist, res 810 Market 
Allen William E, brakeman, res 810 Market 
Allen William M, carpenter, res 1104 Fourteenth 
Allen William Wallace, atty-at-law, res 565 Fifth 
Allensworth A M, barber, 460 Twelfth, res 407 Twelfth 
Alley John A, laborer, res 721 Henry 

Allingham William, foreman S P Co, res 504 Twenty-fourth 
Allis Laura Mrs, dressmaker, res 808 Twenty-second 
Allison A, carpenter, res 821 Market 

Allison Benjamin, butcher with O Bemis, res 520 East Fourteenth 
Allman Emma J Miss, res 1263 Harrison 
Allsop Robert, bricklayer, res Twenty -first ave bet East Twentieth 

and East Twenty-first 
Allum A W, printer, res 1270 Market 
ALLUM LE ROY W, printer, res 463 and 465 Third 
Almanzi Agnes Miss, dressmaker r^s 1781 Goss 
Almeda Manuel Jose, longshoreman, res 755 Campbell 
Almeida Domingos, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 244 
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Alstrin Frank, machinist, S F, res 1074 Chase H^ 

Alta House, Miles Furniss propr, 901| Washington 
Altendorf Julius Jr, sign writer, res 1206 Twenty-eighth 
Altendorf Julius, grinder, res 1206 Twenty-eighth 
Althof Heimen (Althof & Bahls, S F) res"941 Filbert 
Althof John A M, capitalist, res 1767 Goss 
Altmeyer Henry, nailer Pacific Nail Factory, res 1266 Fourth 

ave 
Altmeyer Jacob, supt Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1266 

Fourth ave 
Altmeyer Lilly Miss, res 1266 Fourth ave 
Altmeyer May Miss, res 1266 Fourth ave 
Altmeyer Martha Mrs, res 1266 Fourth ave 

Altmeyer Mat, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 360 Fifth 
' Alvarado H V, asst agt S P Co, res Market 
Altvater Philip, plasterer, res 1005 Fifth 
Alvarez Manuel, shoemaker, res 461 B 
Alves Isabel F Mrs, res 1271 East Fifteenth ave 
Alvis John M, laborer, res 222 Hollis 
Alvis Manuel, commission merchant, S F, res 360 B 
Alvis Sandy, commission merchant, S F, res 356 B 
Alviso John P, laborer, 663 Twenty-sixth 
Alvord Luke E, compositor Enquirer, res 11 3 § Broadway 
Alvres Antonio J, barber, 1466 Seventh, res 753 Willow 
© AMADOR MARBLE CO, D Edward Collins secretary, yard, en- 
f -n trance Mountain View Cemetery, post-office box 185 

^^ Amazon Insurance Co of Cincinnati, Ohio, H Griffin agt, 058 

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^O Ambrose G A, physician, 452 Eighth, res Bartlett House 

Ambrose Joseph, physician and electrician, 452 Eighth, res 

204 Seventh 
Ambrose Mamie Miss, milliner, res 1225 Webster 
Ojj Ambrose Mrs, domestic, 1225 Webster 
Q^ Ambrose Otto, physician, res 204 Seventh 
) "^ Ambrose Thomas, fireman S P Co, res 914 Pine 
fH Amedon Charles, carrier post-office, res 504 East Fifteenth 
£— s American Bakery, Christopher Jaenicke propr, 815 Broadway 

American Baptist Publication Society, G S Abbott, D D, superin- 
tendent, office 569 Eleventh 
American Central Insurance Co of St Louis, Mo, H Griffin agt, 
958 Broadway 

AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO OF PHILADELPHIA. H 

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American House, Robert V Clark propr, 616 Broadway 
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AMERICAN LINE STEAMERS, George B Seaman agent, 1073 

Broadway 
American Manufacturing and Supply Co, cor Twenty-third ave 

and East Fourteenth 
AMERICAN MEAT MARKET, John H F Schulze proprietor, 

NW cor Twelfth and Center 
AMERICAN MERCANTILE UNION, Anthony C P Zuner mana- 

ger, James A Parker superintendent, 954 Broadway, rms 
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AMERICAN SENTINEL (monthly) E J Waggoner and A T Jones 

editors, Pacific Press Publishing Co publishers, cor Twelfth 

and Castro 
American Restaurant, James H Kimball propr, NW cor Thir- 
teenth ave and East Eleventh 
Amerman Chas, clerk S F post-office, res 616 Fourteenth 
Amerman Fanny Mrs, res 616 Fourteenth 
Amerman Louise J Miss, student, res 616 Fourteenth 
Ames Miss, res Centennial House 
Ames Benjamin, res 218 Sixth 
Ames James H, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames John, night sealer S P R R, 1707 Chase 
Ames Josiah P, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames William D, bookkeeper, 765 Fourteenth 
Amick Hiram, mgr Oakland Gas Consumers' Association, res 

473 Twelfth 
Amidon Charles E, letter carrier, res 504 East Fifteenth 
Amidon Florence Miss, dressmaker, 504 East Fifteenth 
Amidon Maggie, hosiery department California Hosier}? - Co, res 

36 Grove 
Amidon Mary Mrs, dressmaker, 504 East Fifteenth 
Amidon Sim, driver Anderson's Express, res 1805 Seventh 
Am merman Henry J Mrs, dressmaker, res 647 Campbell 
Ammerman H J, repairer S P Co, res 647 Campbell 
Amos C C Mrs ; mgr A Coplin, res Arcade House 
Amos Joseph, porter Pullman Sleeping Car Co, res 1927 Union 
Amsden Ernest Mrs, res 1366 Ninth ave 
Amstutz Charles, watchmaker R W Edwards, res 371 Tenth 
Anafios Antonio, barber C Briones, res 708 Webster 

ANCHOR LINE OF STEAMERS, George B Seaman agent, 
1073 Broadway 

Ancient Order Druids, meets every Thursday evening at Schim- 
melpfennig's Hall, East Twelfth bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
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Ancient Order Forresters, meets Wednesday evening, Court Ad- 
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Ancient Order Hibernians, Division No 1, William Sullivan 
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pres, meets SW cor Seventh and Grove 
Ancient Order Hibernians, Division No 3, Patrick Mullen pres, 

meets SW cor Seventh and Grove 
Ancient Order United Workmen, hall 377 Twelfth 
Anders William, agt New Home sewing machine, 1009 Broad- 
way, res 763 Sixteenth 
Andersen Charles, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res Grove bet ' 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Andersen Charles, carpenter, res 1455 Linden 
Andersen Christina, domestic, 1974 Webster 
Andersen Jacob, varnisher, res 638 Chestnut 
Andersen Johan Jacob, engineer, res 1002 East Twenty-first 
Andersen Lena Miss, res East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Andersen M, coachman E M Herrick, res 2081 Webster 
Andersen Otto E, machine hand Independent Planing Mill, res 

562 Thirty-ninth 
Anderson — , res 2032 Broadwav 
Anderson Mrs, dressmaker, Alameda, res 361 Tenth 
Anderson A Miss, clerk New Liberty Bakery, res 857 Washington 
Anderson Abbie A Mrs, 863 Center 

Anderson A H, house and sign painter, res 1162 Seventh 
Anderson Alexander, fruit dealer, cor Broadway and Thirteenth, 

res 325 Sixth 
Anderson Alexander, tinner S P Co, res 1762 Atlantic ' 
Anderson Andrew, carpenter, res cor Fifth and Henry 
Anderson Annie, domestic, 1214 Brush 
Anderson Annie B, domestic, 1313 Madison 
Anderson A T, carpenter, res 1082 East Twenty-fourth 
Anderson Augusta Miss, res 1016 Kirkham 
Anderson Bettie Mrs, res 1168 East Fourteenth 
Anderson Betty, cook I L Requa, Piedmont 
Anderson Charles, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 514 

Fourth 
Anderson Charles, clerk, res 1204 Fourteenth 
f^jj^ Anderson Charles, teamster, 222 B 

Anderson Charles G, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 

1204 Fourteenth 
Anderson Charles J, first mate Oakland ferryboat, res 918 Henry 
Anderson Charlotte Miss, domestic, res 522 Knox Place 
Anderson Christian, painter, res 1672 Atlantic 
Anderson Conrad, employe California Jute Mill 
Anderson Oris, night clerk, S F, res 1701 Adeline 
Anderson Edward H, laborer, res n s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 
Anderson Edwin, with Wm Anderson, res 1302 San Pab'o ave 
Anderson Elizabeth Mrs, res 1302 San Pablo ave 
Anderson Emma W Mrs, teacher Lafayette School, res 1014 

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Anderson Emma, domestic, 1391 Harrison 

Anderson P] W Mrs, res 1014 Broadway 

Anderson Frank, laborer Alameda quarry 

Anderson F V, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 

Anderson George, salesman candy factory, S F, res 1674 Atlantic 

Anderson George W, expressman, res 1074 Atlantic 

Anderson Gertie Miss, domestic, res 1209 Jackson 

Anderson Gustave, student, res 1591 Telegraph ave 

Anderson G W, express, 105(5 Broadway, res Atlantic nr Point 

Anderson Harry, carpenter, res 1456 Eleventh ave 

Anderson Hattie Miss, res 914 Sixteenth 

Anderson Hattie Miss, res 1156 Madison 

Anderson Henry, mining engineer, res 1016 Kirkham 

Anderson Henry, miner, res 1012 Pine 

Anderson Henry I, engineer steamer Apache, res 713 Brush 

Anderson Hilda, domestic, 1268 Seventh ave 

Anderson H, smelter and refiner, res 905 East Fourteenth 

Anderson J, laborer, 950 Pine 

Anderson Jacob, potter Oakland Art Pottery and Terra Cotta 

Works, res Nineteenth bet Nineteenth and Twentieth aves 
Anderson James, pottery agt, res 1314 Fifth ave 
Anderson James, gardener, res East Fourteenth nr Julia 
Anderson James, brass finisher Hersey & Chloupek, res 829 East 

Sixteenth 
Anderson James A, cigars and tobacco, 1768 Seventh, res 948 Pine 
Anderson James S, miner, res 775 Fourteenth 
Anderson Jens, gardener Mrs Donnelly, res East Fourteenth, Fruit 

Vale 
Anderson John, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Commer- 
cial Union Hotel 
Anderson John, laborer S P Co, res 1726 Filbert 
Anderson John, carpenter, res 320 Second 
Anderson John, buggy washer Thirteenth Street Stable, res 411 

Thirteenth 
Anderson John F Rev, minister, res 1262 Thirteenth ave 
Anderson John F, first mate steamer Oakland, res 1268 Kirkham 
Anderson John N, carpenter, res 1355 Thirteenth 
Anderson John P, teamster, S F, res 409 Fourth 
Anderson Joseph, expressman, res 1674 Atlantic 
Anderson Joseph, longshoreman, res 829 East Sixteenth 
Anderson Josephine Miss, res 1880 Seventh 
Anderson Lars, tailor, res 1309 Jefferson 
Anderson Lars, tailor, 850 Franklin 
Anderson Lena Miss, domestic, res 1862 William 
Anderson Levi H, machinist Pacific Nail Works, res 974 Thirty- 
sixth 
Anderson Lizzie Mrs, res 829 Filbert 
Anderson Louis H, law student, res 1016 Kirkham 



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Anderson Mary, domestic, res 960 Oak 

Anderson Mary Miss, res 1016 Kirkham 

Anderson Mary Mrs, res 1880 Seventh 

Anderson Mathias, engineer, res 1731 Wood 

Anderson Neil, coachman C S Chamberlain, res San Pablo ave nr 
Forty-fifth 

Anderson Neil, coachman J M Buffington, res 963 Oak 

Anderson O, employe steamer Oakland, res 1056 Third 

Anderson Olaf, propr Railroad Exchange Hotel, 1880 Seventh, 

Anderson Pauline Mrs, res 1862 William 

Anderson P, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res 584 Twenty-second 

Anderson P C, milk dairy, res SW cor Filth and Kirkham 

Anderson Peter, coachman Mrs P Sather, res SE cor Grove and 
Thirteenth 

Anderson Peter W, letter carrier, res 52 East Twelfth 

Anderson Ritchie, laborer, cor Thirty-sixth and San Pablo ave 

Anderson Robert, baker Cape Ann Bakery, res N W cor Eleventh 
and Clay 

Anderson Robert, clerk, 1849 San Pablo ave 

Anderson Robert J, clerk II Fletcher, res ] 807 Myrtle 

Anderson Salome Mrs, res 572 Tenth 

Anderson Samuel, carpet layer McGovern & Cahill, res 119 Han- 
nah 

Anderson Sevrin A, carpet layer, 119 Hannah • 

Anderson Sophie, res 1056 Third 

Anderson Stena Miss, housekeeper, res 1642 Myrtle 

Anderson Thomas, chief engineer steamer Oakland, res 1159 
Campbell 

Anderson Walter, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 735 Mag- 
nolia 

Anderson William, res Capitol Hotel 

Anderson William, confectionery, 460 Seventh, res 1302 San 
Pablo ave 

Anderton James B, poultry yard, res 1912 Broadway 

Anderton John B, poultry yard, res 1912 Broadway 

Andrada Mary Mrs, res 211 Haven 

Andrade Joseph, engineer ferry boat Piedmont, res 1708 
Thirteenth ave 

Andre A A, insurance adjuster, res Fairmont House 

Andre M Mrs, res 211 Haven 

Andreas John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 370 A 

Anclreason Julius, laborer Judson Works, res 222 Center Beach 

Andren Hermann, teamster M Schnudenhaus, res 227 Eighth 

Andres James A, paper hanger, res 1066 Thirty-second 

Andres Mary Miss, teacher, res 261 Twelfth 

Andres Samuel, paper hanger, res 1066 Thirty-second 

Andrews Alice, domestic, 1307 Castro 

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Andrews Charles, steward, 467J Twelfth 

ANDREWS CHARLES B> piano and organ tuner and pipe organ 

manufacturer, 620 Sixteenth 
Andrews Charles W, res 1264 Webster 

Andrews Daniel, helper Pacific Iron Nail Works, res 1463 Seventh 
Andrews E B, laborer C O Child, res cor Twenty-third, ave and 

East Fourteenth 
Andrews G A, longshoreman Port Costa, res Thirtieth bet West 

and Grove 
ANDREWS GEO N> pipe wg an manufacturer and tuner and re- 
pairer of pianos and cabinet organs, 620 Sixteenth 
Andrews Georgia Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 
Andrews Ida Miss, Pacific Press Book Bindery, res 820 Ninth 
Andrews Jesse, grainer, res 514 Twenty-fourth 
Andrews John R, house painter, res 514 Twenty-fourth 
Andrews Luke, watchman S P Co, res 1824 Atlantic 
Andrews Luke H, res Home for Adult Blind 
Andrews Mary Miss, waitsr W C T U Coffee Rooms, res 1463 

Seventh 
Andrews M J Mrs, res 1264 Webster 
Andrews Nicholas G, mining supt, res 698 Sycamore 
Andrews Robert, laborer, res 1261 Eighteenth ave 
Andrews Rose Mrs, res 528 Twenty-second 
Andrews Thomas, employe C P Co, res Pullman House 
Andrews Thomas A, res 514 Twenty-fourth 
ANDREWS & WHALLEY (Geo N Andrews and Thos W Whal- 

ley) tuners and repairers of pianos and cabinet organs, and 

pipe organ manufacturers, 620 Sixteenth 
Andrich George, house and sign painter, res 703 East Twelfth 
Andus William, mgr New Home sewing machine, 1009 Broadway, 

res 763 Sixteenth 
ANGEL S & CO (Simon Angel and Nicholas Morry) wholesale 

produce, Foster's wharf, foot of Franklin 
ANGEL S(M0N (S Angel & Co) res 560 Franklin 
Angeli Elsie Mrs, res 580 Jones 
Angeli W C, physician, S F, res 323 Eleventh 
Angeli William C Jr, employe miners' foundry, S F, res 323 

Eleventh 

ANGLO-NEVADA ASSURANCE CORPORATION of San Fran- 

cisco, Jackson, Vandercook & Melvin agents, 458 Ninth 
Angus William, wheat broker, res 469 East Eleventh 
Angwin J A, foreman S P Co, res 1669 Taylor 
Anheuser (The), Herbert & Sonderleiter proprs, 477 Ninth 
Annable Sylvester C, asst freight claim agt U P R R, res 856 

Brush 
Annis Alex G, plumber, res SVV cor Shattuck and Mariposa aves 
Annis Lizzie Mrs, dressmaker, 1165 Seventh, res same 
Ansel a Maiy Mrs, general housework, res 524 Sixteenth 










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Anson H S, agt S F Call, 569 Eighth 

Anthony Amelia C Mrs, dressmaker, res 861 Chester 

ANTHONY A G< physician and surgeon, office hours 1 to 3 P M 

and 6: 30 to 7 : 30 P M, office NE cor Willow and Seventh, 

res same 
Anthony Mark, teamster, res 664 East Sixteenth 
ANTHONY R M, real estate and insurance, 480 Tenth, res 964 

Eighteenth 
Anton Anna M Miss, clerk, res 1170 Seventh 
Anton August, bootblack stand, SE cor Broadway and Fourteenth, 

res Tenth bet Broadwaj^ and Franklin 
Anton August, cigar maker, res 608 Madison 
Anton & DeMars (P N Anton and A A DeMars) groceries and for- 
eign and domestic fruit, 1 170 Seventh 
Anton Frank, res 1015 Seventh 
Anton Peter, cigar maker, res 608 Madison 
Anton Peter N (Anton & DeMars) res 1170 Seventh 
Anton Zisnik, propr Mason Doree, res 1261 Jefferson 
Antone F, shoemaker, res 826 East Twelfth 
Antone Manuel, fruit stand, 875 Broadway, res cor Tenth and 

Broadway 
Antonelle Joseph S, railroad contractor, res 1123 Myrtle 
Antonio B, quarryman Alameda McAdamizing Co, quarry Lake 

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Antonucca Joseph, tinsmith, res 722 Linden 
Anttonini Vittoria, peddler, res 630 Filbert 
Antwiler Charles, cabinet maker, res 2047 Magnolia 
Antwiler Charles J, cabinet maker, res 2047 Magnolia 
Apell Alma, compositor Pacific Press, res Alameda 
Apell Severin, pressman Pacific Press, res Alameda 
Apgar Jacob M, laborer, res NE cor Moss ave and Ruby 
Apgar Richard, capitalist, res Wilson House 
Aplin Ruth H Miss, res 1376 Ninth 
Appleby Eliza Mrs, res 960 Castro 
Applegarth Edw, res 1322 Harrison 
Applegarth John, farmer, res 528 East Eleventh 
Applegarth Sarah Miss, res 505 East Eleventh 
Applegarth Sarah Mrs, res 505 East Eleventh 
Appleton William, laborer Spring Valley Water Works, res Dover 

bet Mariposa and Benton, North Temescal 
Appley J Mrs, res 819 Washington 
Appley Levi, collector, res 819 Washington 
Appley P W, miner, res 819 Washington 
Appo G A Mrs, ladies' hair dresser, res 813 Center 
Appo Junius B, porter steamer Santa Rosa, res 813 Center 
Appomattox Relief Corps W R C, meets every Tuesday at G A R 

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Arbell John, tinner O C Kirk, res 760 Fourteenth 



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Arbullch M A, cook Thompson's Bakery, res 1261 San Pablo ave 
Arcade Saloon, Joseph A Flannery propr, 879 Washington 
Areata House, Mrs H Hunt propr, 1207 Broadway and 1208 San 

Pablo ave 
Archambault Edwin A, horseshoer Sohst Bros, res 910 Franklin 
Archbald John, capitalist, res 1070 Sixteenth 
Archdale Christina, domestic, res 1375 Franklin 
Archer James, machinist, res NW cor Emery and Forty -fifth 
Archibald Samuel C, saddlery and harness, 1082 Fourteenth ave, 

res 1308 Tenth ave 
Arens Annie M Mrs, res 823 Filbert, rear 
Arey E F Mrs, res 1170 Madison 
Arej^ James A, carpenter, res 1908 San Pablo ave 
Arff Hans, carriage maker W Morck, res nr San Pablo Station 
Arfsten K E, cabinet maker, res 1666 Twelfth 
Argon Josef a, shoemaker, res 1263 Cypress 
Ariamsen Louise Mis, res 1406 Ninth 
Arkinson James D, cutter, S F, res 764 Madison 
Arkulin George, dishwasher P Kesovia, res 1790 Seventh 
Arlett Benj, bricklayer, res 615 Fifteenth 
Arlett George, with Snyder & Gill is, res 615 Fifteenth 
Arlett Harry B, with P Baker, res 362 Fifth 
Arlett James C, driver Rouse & Co, res 615 Fifteenth 
Arlett William T, bookkeeper Oakland Fruit and Produce Co, res 

615 Filbert 
Arlington House, T G Kingsland propr, 474 Ninth 
Armanin L, quarry man, res Temescal 
Amies Charles W, wood and willow ware, res 1201 West 
Armes George W, wood and willow ware, res 1118 Brush 
Armes William D, res 1118 Brush 
Armory Hall, 1064 Washington 
Armstrong A A, poultry dealer, res 1954 Grove 
Armstrong Ambrose H, plaster, res 1106 East Eighteenth 
Armstrong Bradley A, artist, res 1527 Broadway 
Armstrong B F (Armstrong & Merchant) res 1520 Broadway 
Armstrong Bezie, domestic A E Magill, 706 Thirteenth 
Armstrong Carrie Miss, res 510 Ninth 
Armstrong Charles, framemaker, res 1522 Broadway 
Armstrong Edgar, res 510 Ninth 
Armstrong Edward M, carriage painter J T Gardiner, res 1308 

Telegraph ave 
Armstrong Ella Mrs, res 1424 Chestnut 

Armstrong F A Rev, clergyman (Congregational) res 674 Thirty- 
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Armstrong Francis, extraman Engine Co No 1, Oakland Fire De- 
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Armstrong Frank, paper hanger, res 1520 Broadway 
Armstrong Frank P (Armstrong & Quellen) res 1206 Clay 



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Armstrong Hiram T, carpenter Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 

589 Sycamore 
Armstrong James, car repairer S P Co, res 1816 William 
Armstrong Jennie L Mrs, res 727 Eighth 
Armstrong John W, carpenter, res 939 Union 
Armstrong Joseph, agt marine germicide paint, S F, res 1112 

Eighth 
Armstrong L P, student, res 674 Thirty-fourth 
Armstrong Mark, searcher of records, res 727 Eighth 
Armstrong Martin, lumberman, res 221 Hannah 
Armstrong & Merchant (B F Armstrong and E W Merchant) in- 
terior decorators and paper hangers, 1070 Broadway 
Armstrong Percy, student, res 1527 Broadway 
Armstrong & Quellen (Frank P Armstrong and H C Quellen) 

undertakers, successors to McKenzie, 866 Broadway 
Armstrong Rebecca Mrs, res 41 East Nineteenth 
Armstrong Robert, laborer, res 915 Seventh 
Armstrong Thos L, draughtsman, res 933 Poplar 
Armstrong William, artist, res 467 Twenty-first 
Armstrong William »S, clerk Pacific Bank, S F, res 939 Union 
Armstrong W W, produce, res 569 Tenth 
Arnold A Miss, res 700 Franklin 
Arnold Bertie, physician, res 615 Seventeenth 
Arnold C S, student, res 957 Castro 

Arnold Ed, salesman H Schellhaas, res cor Ninth and Broadway 
Arnold Gertie, domestic, NE cor McAdam and Broadway 
Arnold May Miss, res 700 Franklin 
Arnold Peter Joseph, tallyman Brooklyn Lumber Yard, res 1664 

Thirtetnth ave 
Arnold — , physician, res 615 Seventeenth 
Arnold Rawdon, homeopathic physician, 906 Broadway, res 715 

Thirteenth 
Arnold T J Mrs, res 957 Castro 
Arnold Wm L, res 957 Castro 
Aronson Benj, barber, 1774 Seventh, res 366 Fifth 
Arper Albert D (Arper Bros) res 561 East Sixteenth 
Arper Annie Miss, res 561 East Sixteenth 
Arper Bros (Geo W, A D and C T) illuminating and lubricating 

oils, 329 Ninth 
Arper Clarence T (Arper Bros) res 561 East Sixteenth 
Arper George W (Arper Bros) res 561 East Sixteenth 
Arper Thomas, engineer, res 561 East Sixteenth 
Arps Bertha Miss, res 1577 Linden 
Arps William, dairyman, res 1577 Linden 

Arrowsmith A T, sec Alameda Macadamizing Co, res 456 Eighth 
Arth George V, blacksmith, res 816 Alice 
Arth Isidore, harness maker, res 816 Alice 
Arthur John D, res 1307 Castro 



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Arthur M Mrs, res 1420 Castro 

Arthur Paul, saddler, res 1420 Castro 

Arthur Ralph, teacher Boehm flute, res 1420 Castro 

Arthur William V, inventor, res 1420 Castro 

Arvidson Nettie, domestic, res 1137 Linden 

Asbuiy M E Church South, Rev C O Steele pastor, NE cor Fif- 
teenth and Clay 

Aschmann William, clerk Martin's Produce Store, res 1814 Goss 

Ash Thomas, laborer, res 1858 Short 

Ashcroft Alice Miss, res Booth bet Broadway and Piedmont ave 

Ashcroft Nellie Miss, Booth bet Broadway and Piedmont ave 

Ashe Mrs, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 756 Jefferson 

Ashe Fred, teamster Selby Smelting Works, res 756 Jefferson 

Asher George, with Samuel Asher, res 715 Broadway 

Asher Louis, dealer in poultry and produce, res 767 Webster 

Asher Ralph, fruit peddler, res 459 Fourth, rear 

Asher Samuel, furniture, 715 Broadway, res same 

Asher Samuel, peddler, res 459 Fourth, rear 

Asher Theresa T Miss, res 459 Fourth, rear 

Ashley Maria Mrs, res 723 Myrtle 

Ashmore Sophie Mrs, res 493 Twenty-thiid 

Ashton George H, car cleaner S P Co 

Ashton Narcissa J Mrs, teacher Prescott School, res 1683 Chase 

Aspern Harry, teamster, res 601 East Twelfth 

Assembly Hall, SW cor Goss and Wood 

Astor Henry, laborer, res 1251 Fifteenth ave 

Atchinson C M Mrs, res 603 East Fourteenth 

Atchison William, carpenter, res 857 Clay 

Athearn Annie T Miss, matron Sheltering Home, res 1274 Frank- 
lin 

Athearn Frank A, office boy, res 1070 Center 

Athearn Joseph H (Athearn & Co, S F) grocers, res 1070 Center 

Athenian Club, W E Hale pres, James Vance Steward sec, 1055 
Broadway 

Athenian Lodge, No 128, C D Underwood pres and sec, meets first 
and third Tuesdays at Pythian Hall, 1056 Broadway 

Athenium Council, Chosen Friends, meets at Kohler's Hall, 1506 
Seventh, first and third Monday evenings each month 

Atherstone H M Miss, res 1365 Market 

Atherstone Thomas E Jr, clerk insurance office, S F, res 1365 
Market 

Atherstone Thomas S, mgr Singer Office, S F, res 1365 Market 

Atherton Frank, employe Lyon's Furniture Store, res 1370 Eight- 
eenth 

Atherton J B Mrs, res 1227 Linden 

Atherton J C, Leon's Furniture Store, res 1370 Eighteenth 

Atherton Joseph, salesman, 912 and 914 Washington 

Atherton William, coachman, res 955 Jackson 



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Atkins George, waiter Tubbs Hotel, res 1I1G East Fourteenth 

Atkinson Arthur, gilder, res 306 Tenth 

Atkinson Blanche, res 1426 Tenth ave 

Atkinson E W, res 1425 San Pablo ave 

Atkinson Frank, business mgr Oakland Sentinel, res 1426 Tenth 
ave 

Atkinson Frank F, real estate agent, res 2303 Peralta 

Atkinson George, wheelwright, res 854 Harrison 

Atkinson George, carriage and wagon maker, 858 Webster, res 
cor Seventh and Harrison 

Atkinson George, agt Stockton and San Francisco Packet Co, res 
1426 Tenth ave 

Atkinson George W, saw filer, res 854 Harrison 

Atkinson George W, carpenter M S Jordan, res Temescal 

Atkinson Henry T (Ingler & Atkinson) res 254 Fifth 

Atkinson Lizzie Mrs, res 517 East Fourteenth 

Atkinson L F Mrs, music teacher, res 306 Tenth 

Atkinson Nellie Mi^s, res 1426 Tenth ave 

Atkinson William A, real estate, res 167 East Tenth 

Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Ticket Office, George B Seaman aat 
1073 Broadway 

Atteberry '■ — , carpenter S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 

Atterburry Francis, carriage trimmer, res White House 

Atwater C J Mrs, res 378 East Eleventh 

Atwater D wight M, supt Main & Winchester, S F, res 962 Camp- 
bell 

Atwater Henry C, res 962 Campbell 

Atwater Louis, res 759 Castro 

Atwater W L, carpenter, res 378 East Eleventh 

Atwill E D Mrs, res 907 Jackson 

At will J F, res 907 Jackson 

Atwood Grace E Miss, res 957 Grove 

Atwood H R, marine surveyor, res 1031 Seventh ave 

Atwood William W, wood engraver, res 1031 Seventh ave 

Audiffred Bros (Louis and Henry Audifired), wood, coal, hay and 
grain, 565 Fourth, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Emily Miss, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Eugenia Miss, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Henry (Audiffred Bros) res 1313 Bru<=h 

Audiffred Hypolite, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Leon tine Miss, res 1313 Brush 

Audiffred Louis (Audiffred Bros) res 1313 Brush 

Audifred H, wood and coal, 554 Third 

Auer Arthur (Westermann & Co) res Washington Brewery 

Auerbach L Mrs, res 586 Twenty-second 

Augenstein Ernest, jeweler, S F, res 2120 Magnolia 

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Augusta T Miss, shirtmaker M J Keller, res East Oakland 

Augustine E Miss, domestic, 153 Nineteenth 

Augustine Emanuel D, commercial traveler, res Nineteenth ave, 

Peralta Heights 
Augustine Manuel B. traveler Folger & Co, res 153 East Nine- 
teenth 
Augustio Antonio J, employe Judson Iron Works, res 224 Ettie 
Augustus Caroline Miss, dressmaker, 917 East Fifteenth 
Augustus Domingo, employe S P Co, res 917 East Fifteenth 
Auld Royal I, clerk post-office, res Second ave nr Clifton 
Aumanet Charles, with Marcel Longe, res 6L7 Broadway 
AURORA SALOON, T H Scheiding proprietor, 838 Broadway 
Auroux Edward, general jobber, res 361 First 
Austin Alfred F, law student Davis & Hill, res 1318 Seventh ave 
Austin Arthur T C, second cook Philadelphia Restaurant, res 728 

Twelfth 
Austin David S Capt, mariner, res 1067 Brush 
Austin George W, iron worker Judson Works, res 129 Helen 
Austin Mary J Miss, dressmaker, 129 Helen 
Austin Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res Playter Block 
Austin William, laborer, res 129 Helen 
Avan Charles, ship carpenter, res 828 Alice 
A velar Annie Mrs, res 1063 East Twenty-first 
A velar Carrie Miss, res 1063 East Twenty-first 
Avelar Joseph, employe Jute Mill, res 1063 East Twenty-first 
A velar Mary Miss, res 1063 East Twenty-first 
Avelar Minnie Miss, res 1063 East Twenty-first 
Avenue House, Mrs M Denison propr, 1273 San Pablo ave 
Averell H S, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 821 Market 
Averell William M Mrs, res 960 Brush 
Avery A E Miss, music teacher, res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Avery A M Mrs, physician, res 320 Fourteenth 
Avery Grant E, bootmaker C W Cornors, res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Avery S J Mrs, res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Avery Walton F, pattern maker, res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Avila Antone, potter Oakland Art and Pottery Works, res 921 

East Fourteenth 
Avon John, police officer, res College ave nr Hudson 
Axford Sarah Miss, traveler, res 1112 Second ave 
Axtell Henry, engineer Cal Hosiery Co, res 1318 Eleventh ave 
Axtell John C, painter, res East Fourteenth nr Liese ave 
Axtell Walter M, artist, res East Fourteenth nr Liese ave 
Ayala Mamie M, res w s Telegraph ave beyond Fifty-first 
Aydelatt J H, teacher Depue's Commercial College, res S F 
Ayer Hattie G Mrs, teacher Franklin School, res Tubbs Hotel 
Ayers Alonzo T, special officer, res 756 Seventh 
Ayers Charles H, searcher of records G L Mix, Union Savings 
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Ayers Edward J, with Burtchaell & Crowlev, res 606 Eighteenth 
Ayers J C, with P H McGrew, res 261 Eighth 
Ayers John E, plumber Bnrtchael & Crowley, res 606 Eighteenth 
Ayers Martha E Mrs, psycho-magnetic physician, res 581 Seven- 
teenth 
Ayers Mary Miss, student, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Ayers Ransom G, architect and builder, res 581 Seventeenth 
Ayers William H, watchman Court House, res 741 Myrtle 
Aylwin Gad, res 358 East Sixteenth 
Ayres Irvin D (D L Beck & Sons, S F) res 1205 Oak 
Ayres Margaret Mrs, res 1351 Peralta 
Ayres Minnie, res 913 Chester 
Ayres M J Mrs, teacher Clawson School, res 1758 Taylor 

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BAAB CHARLES merchant tailor, 972 Broadway, res Tenth bet 
Webster and Harrison 

Babb Charles, journalist, res 2049 Market 

Babb Lyman D, policeman, res 1211 Seventh 

Babbitt Daniel H, railroad employe, res 1465 Ninth 

Babbitt Hattie A Miss, res 1954 Webster 

Babbitt Lucius, clerk Brown & Mckinnon, res 1465 Ninth 

Babbitt Salmon M (Barstow & Babbitt) res 1954 Webster 

Babcock Mrs, domestic, SE -cor Tenth and Adeline 

Babcock Amanda Mrs, res 827 Market 

Babcock C E, res 508J Fifteenth 

Babcock Frankie Miss, copyist, bds 1012 Jefferson 

Babcock George, capitalist, res 1218 Filbert 

Babcock George R, res 1216 Webster 

Babcock Henry C, constable, res e s Claremont ave nr Telegraph 
ave 

Babcock Jessie Miss, milliner, res 570 Thirteenth 

Babcock John H, carpenter, res 714 Eleventh 

Babcock Lafayette M, supt G H Tay & Co, S F, res 2003 Thir- 
tieth 

Babcock Olive Mrs, res 570 Thirteenth 

Babcock Sanford P, civil engineer and deputy supt streets, res 
959 Fourth ave 

Babcock Viola, stenographer, res 1012 Jefferson 

Babson M R Miss, res 971 West 

Babue David, iron moulder, res Folsom nr Twelfth 

Babue John, fireman steamer Oakland, res Folsom nr Twelfth 

Baca J Miss, dressmaker, res 1363 Telegraph ave 

Bachelder Alvah H, with Holt Bros, S F, res 545 Twenty-first 

Bachelder P J, carpenter Independent Planing Mills, res 812 Brush 

Bachrach Simon, insurance agt, S F, res 776 Harrison 

Backer Anthon Mrs, res 1614 Myrtle 

Backstrom Otto G, bookkeeper, S F, res 352 East Fifteenth 



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Backus Birdie Miss, res 1727 Goss 

Backus Oscar J, stoves and tinware, S F, res 1424 Adeline 

Bacon Alice M Miss, teacher piano, Field Seminary 

Bacon David M (Johnson & Bacon) res East Oakland Hotel 

Bacon David M, propr East Oakland Hotel, 579 and 581 East 

Twelfth 
Bacon F F, insurance agt, 854 J Broadway, res 1156 Broadway 
Bacon Frank P, iron foundry, S F, res 923 Linden 
Bacon G W, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res 1420 J San Pablo ave 
Bacon H D, capitalist, S F, res 960 Oak 

Bacon Helen Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Twenty-seventh 
Bacon James H, confectioner, 965 Broadway, res 222 Ninth 
Bacon T F, physician, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Twenty-seventh 
Bacon Wesley, farmer, Evoy Ranch 

Bacon William F, collector The J Dewing Co, res 834 Franklin 
Bade Joseph, res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty-sixth and Forty- 
seventh 
BADESCU JOSEF, printer Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 
Badger Charles W', broker, S F, res 1367 Castro 
Badger Mildred Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr Lynue 
Badger's Park, Anders Vekander propr, c.r Seventh ave bet 

Eighth and Ninth 
Badger Thomas W, capitalist, res 412 East Tenth 
Badger Wui G, commission merchant, S F, res Fruit Vale ave nr 

Lynde 
Baeta John P, laborer, res cor Pacific aud Campbell 
Bagge Chr, farmer, res 1660 Fourteenth 
Baglin Mrs, employe California Jute Mill 
Baglin Gertrude, employe California Jute Mill 
Baglin Harriet Mrs, res 1715 Market 
Baglin James, employe California Jute Mill 
Bagnall Benjamin H, accountant S P Co, res 1128 Myrtle 
Bahler J F, solicitor, res 1416^ San Pablo ave 
Bahler M J Mrs, book agent, res 1416^ San Pablo ave 
Bahls J W (Althof & Bahls, S F) res 942 Linden 
Bahls Liset'e Miss, dressmaker, res 817 Myrtle 
Bahr Gottlieb Rev, clergyman and teacher, res 2034 Union 
Bailey — , carpenter S P Co, res 1723 Seventh 
Bailey A, foreman engine No 2, Oakland Fire Department 
Bailey A H, real estate and sugar planter, res 1391 Harrison 
Bailey Alice C Mrs, res 1387 Harrison 
Bailey Ann Mrs, res 567 East Twenty-third 
Bailey Austin, painter, res White House 
Bailey Chas A, with Huntington, Hopkins & Co, S F, res 1387 

Harrison 
Bailey H C Mrs, res 757 Brush 
Bailey Irene Mrs, res 1713 Mnrket 
Bailey James, gardener, res 464 Third 



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Bailey James D 5 news dealer, 232 Twelfth 

Bailey J D, brakeman S P Co, res 956 Kirkham 

Bailey J M, brakeman S P Co, res Union Hotel 

Bailey John N, street contractor, res 402 East Twentieth 

Bailey Lillie, dressmaker, res 464 Third 

Bailey Lizzie Mrs, dressmaker, res 927 Pine 

Bailey M. compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 419 East 
Twelfth 

Bailey Mary Miss, artist, res 567 East Twenty-third 

Bailey Raymond, res 1387 Harrison 

Bailey R O, printer Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 

Bailey S, fish monger, res Oakland House 

Bailey Samuel, sawyer, res 1401 Franklin 

Bailey Thomas W, bookkeeper, res 927 Pine 

Bailey T W, car cleaner S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Bailey William H, res 1379 Harrison 

Bailey W H, carpenter Knowles & Wetmore, res 362 Tenth 

BAILEY WILLIAM IRELAND, proprietor Empire Coal Yard, 
coal, wood, charcoal and coke, 710 Fifth, res 675 Fifth 

Bailey W T, printer Evening Tribune, res 419 East Twelfth 

Bailey Vibber Mrs, dressmaker, 476 Thirteenth, res same 

Baillie Annie M Mis, dressmaker, res 1367 Twelfth 

Baillie William, tailor M J Keller, res SE cor Eighth and Broad- 
way 

Baillie William M, tailor, res 1367 Twelfth 

Baily John, with Culver & McGilvray, res 1772 Seventh 

Bain Margaret Mrs, midwife, res 556 Sixteenth 

Baird Isabella Mrs, res 820 Thirty-fourth 

Baker A B Miss, res 820 Thirteenth 

Baker A F, carpenter, res 1303 Clay 

Baker Alfred, employe C A King 

Baker Alfred J, grainer, res 562 Fifteenth 

Baker Alfred S, grainer, res 562 Fifteenth 

Baker Alvin W, clerk S P Co, res^L104 Peralta 

Baker Angelina Mrs, res 825 Market 

Baker Annie M Miss, dressmaker, res 482 Twenty-fifth 

Baker B F, capitalist, res 640 Twelfth 

Baker Blanche Miss, res 820 Thirteenth 

Baker Cary H, student, res 1230 Eighth ave 

Baker Charles, bookkeeper, S F, res 1215 Chestnut 

Baker Charles A. real estate, res Tubbs Hotel 

Baker Charles F, kalsominer and decorator, res 1068 Broadway, 
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Baker Charles W, decorator, res 1068 Broad wa} r 

Baker Charlotte Mrs, res 1303 Clay 

Baker Clarence E, news agt, res 891 Pine 

Baker C M Mrs, bakery, 376 Twelfth, res 955 Washington 

Baker David, clerk Peter Baker, res 362 Fifth 

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Baker E, waiter, res 1111 Twenty -second 

Baker E Mrs, res 1802 Market 

Baker Edmund G, farmer, res 2129 Elm 

Baker Edward, student, res 1230 Eighth ave 

Baker Ellen Mrs, res 484 Plymouth ave 

Baker Emily N, res 854 Brush 

Baker Emma Miss, res 1169 Tenth ave 

Baker Eugene A, clerk, res 891 Pine 

Baker Frank, clerk P Baker, res 362 Fifth 

Baker Fred, folder Pacific Press, res 1957 Myrtle 

Baker G A, foreman press room Pacific Press, res 1957 Myrtle 

Baker George O, brakeman S P Co, res 452 East Twelfth 

Baker Henry M, carpenter, res 1018 Pine 

Baker H R, res 537 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Ida M Miss, student, res 1230 Eighth ave 

Baiver James, engineer, S F, res 1018 Pine 

Baker James H, photographer F M Harkness, res 556 East 
Twelfth 

Baker J B, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 708 Twenty- 
ninth 

Baker J B Jr, carpenter, res 708 Twenty-ninth 

Baker Jehiel H, miner, res 1213 Chestnut 

Baker John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry Association 

Baker John, upholsterer, 1716 Eighth, res same 

Baker John H, special officer, res 1802 Myrtle 

Baker J R, pressman Pacific Press, res 1959 Myrtle 

Baker J W, bookkeeper, S F, res 1119 Eleventh ave 

Baker Kate E Miss, saleslady Bernstein & Yon Adelung, res 565 
Eleventh 

Baker L A Mrs, res 1213 Chestnut 

Baker L P, horse raiser, res 1118 Kirkham 

Baker L R Mrs, res 1375 Franklin 

Baker M Miss, clerk Union Bank, res 482 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Margaret Mrs, res 482 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Martha D Miss, res 562 Fifteenth 

Baker Mattie B Miss, res 640 Twelfth 

Baker M H Miss, corresponding clerk Union Savings Bank, res 
482 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Orrin V, blacksmith, res 891 Pine 

Baker Orrin V Jr, butcher, res 891 Pine 

Baker Patrick, driver S P Co, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth 

Baker Peter, conductor Oakland Cable Co 

Baker Peter, bartender Schmidt & Fuberling, res 512 Fifth 

BAKER PETER, grocer, 823 Broadway, res 362 Fifth 

Baker R, restaurant, 555 Broadway, res Alameda 

Baker R N, with A Grabs, res Eighth 

Baker Robert, folder Pacific Press, res 1957 Mvrtle 

Baker Rush D, asst freight agt S P Co, res 358 East Seventeenth 



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Baker Sarah Mrs, res 565 Eleventh 

Baker Salvia Mrs, foreman folding department Pacific Press, 
res 1959 Myrtle 

Baker T A (Harris & Baker) res 413 Twelfth 

Baker Thomas, laborer, res 883 Division 

Baker William, res 1111 Eleventh ave 

Baker William, miner, res 1119 Eleventh ave 

Baker William J, clerk, 1119 Eleventh ave 

Baker William S, farmer, res 1230 Eighth ave 

Baker William S Jr, res 1230 Eighth ave 

Baker Willie H, corresponding clerk Union National Bank, res 
482 Twenty-fifth 

Balch Eustis, carpenter, res 502 East Fifteenth 

Balch L A Mrs, principal Froebel Kindergarten, res 1316 Adeline 

Baldrig Sarah Miss (Hanavan & Baldrig) res 1566 Broadway 

Baldwin Mrs, furnished rooms, 973 Washington 

Baldwin Barry, commission merchant, S F, res 318 East Seven- 
teenth 

Baldwin Calvin P, dime parcel delivery, 465 Tenth, res 492 Ed- 
wards 

Baldwin E Mrs, M D, lodging house, 527 Seventh 

Baldwin Edward D, switchman S P Co, res 973 Washington 

Baldwin Edward L, engineer S P Co, res 852 Alice 

Baldwin Elvira Mrs, physician and private lodgings, 527 Seventh, 
res same 

Baldwin Fannie S, res 933 Adeline 

Baldwin George P, employe Thompson's Bakery, res 1366 West 

Baldwin George W, miner, res 1620 Eighth 

Baldwin H B, driver Flint & Zimmerman, res 1366 Fifteenth 

Baldwin Harry C, student, res 1410 Franklin 

Baldwin Isabella Mrs, res Vernon Heights 

Baldwin Jennie, res 810 Fourteenth 

Baldwin Joseph G Mrs, res 930 Adeline 

Baldwin M Arthur, res 1410 Franklin 

Baldwin Mark, res 406 East Twelfth 

Baldwin M V Mrs, res 1410 Franklin 

Baldwin Nellie Mrs, res 977 Center 

BALDWIN R 0, physician, 1209 Broadway, res Playter Block 

Bales David W, blacksmith, res cor West and Twenty-seventh 

Balke R. L, cabinet maker, S F, res Capitol Hotel 

Balkwill May Miss, milliner Jones' Bazar, res Oriental Block 

Ball C H, engineer, res 876 Wood 

Ball Francis, capitalist, res 1261 Clay 

Ball Frank J, coiner United States Mint, S F, res 535 Sixteenth 

Ball H W, asst auditor M P and M department S P Co, bds Cen- 
tennial House 

Ball Nicholas A, bookkeeper W P Wheeler, res 467 Twenty -second 

Ball Thomas M, printer, S F, res 1261 Clay 



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Ballantyne Charles A, employe Thompson's Bakery, res 412 Fif- 
teenth 

Ballantyne William, painter and paper hanger, 358 Twelfth, res 
412 Fifteenth 

Ballantyne William H, paper hanger, 358 Twelfth, res 412 Fif- 
teenth 

Ballard Byron, laborer Pacific. Iron and Nail Co, res 741 Myrtle 

Ballard George A, machinist, res 1718 Chase 

Ballard J W, liquors, 912 Broadway, res 942 Wood 

Ballentine Letitia, domestic, Eighth nr Linden 

Ballou George D, stereotype^ 8 F, res 1016 Brush 

Ballou S E Mrs, dressmaker, res 1912 Myrtle 

Balmforth Ralph, gate keeper United States Mint, S F, res 535 J 
Sixteenth 

BALMFORTH R MRS> dressmaker, 535| Sixteenth 

Balsen John, shoemaker, res 416 Eighth 

Balvan M, employe California Jute Mill 

Balvin Anton, employe California Jute Mill 

Balvin L, employe California Jute Mill 

Balzer J, shoemaker, 805 Broadway, res 416 Eighth 

Bambauer Frank, wiper S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 

Bamford Cornelia. E Mrs, res 621 East Fifteenth 

Bamford Mary E, journalist, res 621 East Fifteenth 

Banard Samuel, first cook A Hallahan, res 1013 Franklin 

Bancassa G, tinsmith, res 709 Myrtle 

Bane L D Mrs, propr Oriental House, 864 Washington 

Banerle John, capitalist, res 753 Grove 

Banerle Otto,' machinist, res 753 Grove 

Bangle Branson, painter, res 1278 Tenth ave 

Bangle Edward Jr, clerk J Jacoby, res 614 East Twelfth 

Bangle Edward, carriage painter Northey & Wagar, res 1352 
Sixth ave 

Bangle Edward, grocer, res 579 East Twelfth 

Bangle George, jewelry, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Bangle George E (Bangle & Rogers) res 1214 Tenth ave 

Bangle Martha Mrs, res ] 278 Tenth ave 

Bangle Phoebe Mrs, res 1278 Tenth ave 

Bangle & Bogers (G E Bangle and T J Rogers) jewelers and 
watchmakers, 622 East Twelfth 

Bangs Franklin, Home Mutual Insurance Co, S F, res 118 
Ninth 

Bangs William, pile driving, res 1670 Atlantic 

Banister B, employe Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res S F 

Bankhead D B, clerk with H Bankhead, res 580 Third 

Bankhead & Eliot, furniture, res 911 Washington 

Bankhead Hugh, res 1358 Brush 

Bankhead Jane Mrs, res 752 Castro 

Bankhead John W, house mover, res 752 Castro 









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Bankhead J W, foreman Truck Co No 1, Oakland Fire Depart- 
ment, res 568 Sixth 
Bankhead Malcolm R, plumber O M Sanford, res e s Lusk nr 

Forty-second 
Bankhead S W, letter carrier, res 752 Castro 
Bankhead W S, laborer J Lusk Canning Factory, res 752 Castro 
Banks H D, switchman S P Co, res 1832 Seventh 
Banks John A, messenger Wells, Fargo & Co, res 1328 Eleventh 

ave 
Banks Nellie Mrs, res 1687 Seventh 
Banks Sophie Miss, musician, res 1112 Center 
Banks Walter, barber Held & Mitchell, res 1011 Franklin 
Banks William, pile driving and dredging, res 1670 Atlantic 
Banner House, 524 Sixteenth 
Bannerman John T, sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 185 Encinal 

ave, Alameda 
Bannister Edwin, foreman box factory, res 1773 Goss 
Bannister George W, sawyer box factory, res 1773 Goss 
Bannister Joseph, upholsterer, res 1773 Goss 
Bannister May Miss, clerk, S F, res 1773 Goss 
Bannister W, binder Tribune Publishing Co, res 1773 Goss 
Bannon Mary A, seamstress, res 1059 Market 
Bannon Mary Miss, res 1776 Atlantic 
i'aptist Church, Rev Herndon Garnett pastor, cor Tenth ave and 

East Fourteenth 
Baptist College, S B Morse, D D, pres, Highland Park 
Baptist Mission (colored), 1015 Clay 

Baptista Manuel, deckhand steamer Piedmont, res 720 Chester 
Baptista Mary Miss, res 720 Chester 
Baptiste Frank, laborer, res 1537 West 
Baptiste M Mrs, shirtmaker M J Keller, res 1537 West 
Baramia Joseph, carpet cleaner, res 708 Fourth 
Barattini Laurance, liquor dealer, res 922 Third 
Barbagelata Amelia Miss, cashier Abrahamson Bros, res 606 

Third 
Barbagelata Elvira M Miss, res 606 Third 
Barbagelata Frank, macaroni factory, Los Angeles, res 606 

Third 
Barbagelata Oscar, bookkeeper, S F, res 606 Third 
Barbara Mary Sister, teacher St Lawrence School 
Barber A F, bookkeeper Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher, res Alameda 
Barber Joseph E, res SE cor Second ave and Clifton 
Barber M O, farmer, res SE cor Second ave and Clifton 
BARBERI FRANK* caterer; socials, weddings, dinner parties and 

balls attended to on shortest notice, 818 Twelfth 
Barberis Giacomo, cook L Pagget & Co, res 846 Broadway 
Barbieri G (Lazzarini & Barbieri) res 1720 San Pablo ave 
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Barclay Millard F, sticker hand Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 653 I 

Seventh 
Barge E H, employe S P Co, res 1764 Atlantic 
Bargion Emma Miss, res 527 Thirty -sixth 
Bargion Peter, miner, res 527 Thirty -sixth 
Barham A J, clerk, res NW cor Seventh and Market 
Barker Birdie Miss, res 1950 Myrtle 
Barker Chas R, engineer, res 2217 Chestnut 
Barker Chas W, res 2217 Chestnut 
Barker Enoch W, teacher penmanship Hopkin's Academy, res 484 

Plymouth ave 
Barker Janet, domestic, 534 Twenty-eighth 
Barker J H, mining engineer, res 1212 Webster 
Barker John P, bookkeeper C L Taylor, res 1104 Broadway 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper, S F, res cor Diamond and Beck with, 

Temescal 
Barker Mary A Mrs (Mrs H Works & Co) res 1169 Seventh 
Barker Squire, iron moulder Occidental Mills, S F, res 130 Hannah 
Barker Timothy L, merchant, res 1119 Castro 
Barkhouse Fred C, carpenter Win H Weilbye, res Girard House 
Barlow Albert, propr People's Express and extraman Truck Co 

No 1, Oakland Fire Department, res 366 Third 
Barlow Frank T, salesman, res 214 B 
Barlow Louise Miss, res 309 East Twelfth 
Barlow Mary Mrs, res 214 B 
Barlow N M, res 520 Twenty -fifth 
Barmen — , barber, Chase nr Pine 

Barnard A D, student business college, S F, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barnard C V, student business college, S F, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barnard Daniel D, student, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barnard Ezra, cabinet maker, res 233 Helen 
Barnard Grace E Miss, principal kindergarten, cor Market and 

Twenty-second, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barnard Helen D Miss, teacher, res 677 Twenty -first 
Barnard J F, fireman box factory, S F, res 1772 Atlantic 
BARNARD W E> real estate agent and auctioneer, 468 Ninth, res 

677 Twenty-first 
Barnard William C, cashier, S F, res 677 Twenty-first 
Barndt Charles, carpenter, res 239 Harlan 
Barnell Mrs, res Fruit Vale Creek 
Barnes Alice, employe flannel department California Hosiery Co, 

res cor Wood and Atlantic 
Barnes Julia A Mrs, res 662 Sycamore 

Barnes M W Miss, saleslady Taft & Pennoyer, res 1265 Clay 
Barnes Michael, collector Green Street Wharf, S F, res 863 Chester 
Barnes N Mrs, res 1228 Nineteenth ave 
Barnes Thomas, dyer California Hosiery Co, res 1124 Third 
BARNES W C (Burnette Dental Co) res 286 Peralta 



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Barnes William, painter, res 605 Park ave 

Barnes William W, painter, res 608 Valdez 

Barnett Bros (David and Isaac) fruits and vegetables, 1062 Wash- 
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Barnett David (Barnett Bros) 412 Fifth 

Barnett Edward, clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, 835 and 
837 Broadway, res 574 Ninth 

Barnett Frank T, salesman Chas L Taylor, res 523 Eighth 

Barnett Isaac (Barnett Bros) 410 Fifth 

Barnett John, police officer, res 523 Eighth 

Barnett John Z, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 523 Eighth 

Barnett R P, foreman dredger S P Co, res 924 East Twenty-third 

Barney John N, carpenter California Hosiery Co, res 1723 Filbert 

Barnley A J, res 765 Clay 

Barnhisei Charles F, driver T J Clooney. cor Seward and Willow 

Barnickle Annie Miss, fruit dealer, Seventh. nr Broadway, res 
Webster nr Second 

Barnickle Paul, engineer Hickok, Schroeder & Co, res 654 Webster 

Barnstead A D Mrs, res 1782 Goss 

Barnuch Katie, domestic, 1220 Grove 

Barnum & Co, produce, 1233 Broadway 

Barnum Restaurant, L Pagge & Co proprs, SE cor Seventh and 
Broadway 

Barnum Seth L (Barnum & Co) res Cottage bet Santa Clara and 
Central aves, Alameda 

Bartelli Frank, quarryman, res Temescal 

Bartelo William, bootblack, S F, res 714 Fourth 

Bartels Charles, barber, res 501 Twenty-fourth 

Bartels C W, electric works, S F, res 501 Twenty-fourth 

Bartels Henry, laborer Oakland Brewery 

Bartels W G, wood turner, S F, res 909 East Fifteenth 

Bartels William G Jr, wood turner, S F, res 909 East Fifteenth 

Bartels William M, upholsterer Christian Schreiber, res 2319 
Grove 

Baron Philip, music teacher, res 1352 Harrison 

Barr Thomas, res Playter Block 

Barracks James, sticker hand Crist, Gallagher & Co, res 660 East 
Eleventh 

Barrett — , teamster, res 1156 Broadway 

Barrett Abraham, boots and shoes, 1237 Telegraph, res 570 Fif- 
teenth 

Barrett Alexander P, butcher, res 871 Lydia 

Barrett Antoine M, carpenter S P Co, res 872 Campbell 

Barrett Charles R, engineer, res 1961 Grove 

Barrett D P, windmill maker, res 773 Sixth 

Barrett D W, clerk Newland House 

BARRETT EZRA real estate agent, notary public, and general 
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Barrett George, 14G1 Ninth 

Barrett Henry C, clerk California Land and Improvement Co, 

res 457 Tenth 
Barrett Jennie, saleslad}' Bruning Bros, res 833 Myrtle 
Barrett John, gardener, res 554 East Eighteenth 
Barrett John S, salesman T R Burns, res 833 Myrtle 
Barrett Mary, res 833 Myrtle 
Barrett Patrick, butcher-, res 833 Myrtle 
Barrett Susie E, seamstress, res 872 Campbell 
Barrett William, seaman, res 554 East Eighteenth 
Barricks Lewis, engineer, res 769 East Twelfth 
Barrier L, res 452 Eighth 

Barringer Peter H, carpenter, foot of Jefferson, water front 
Barrington George F, custom house bookkeeper, S F, res 1212 

Adeline 
Barron Laura Miss, res 1389 Alice 
Barron Mollie C Miss, domestic, res 1389 Alice 
Barron Thomas I, carpenter, res 1052 East Fifteenth 
Barrows John, commission merchant, S F, res Fairmont House 
Barry Bridget Miss, domestic, 603 East Fourteenth 
Barry Bridget Mrs, res 1627 Eighth 

Barry David, carriage painter, res cor West and Twenty-sixth 
Barry David, gardener, res 1022 West 
Barry Edward, stock broker, S F, res 1012 Adeline 
Barry Horatio H, conductor S P Co, res 1707 Chase 
Barry H N, brakeman S P Co, res 1707 Chase 
Barry Jacob, carriage painter J E Johnston, res cor Twenty-sixth 

and West 
Barry John, car repairer S P Co, res 873 Peralta 
Barry John, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 1022 West 
Barry John H, carriage painter J Galvin, res 835 \ Market 
Barry John J, retired, res 873 Peralta 
Barry Kate Miss, res 1022 West 
Barry Maggie Miss, domestic, 1023 West 
Barry Patrick, carriage painter Northey & Wager, res 1009 

Franklin 
Barry William, gardener, 1627 Eighth 
Barstow Alfred, atty-at-law, S F, res 1018 Eighteenth 
Barstow Amanda M Miss, res 1352 Harrison 
Barstow Anson (Barstow & Babbitt) res 1104 Broadway, rra 36 
BARSTOW & BABBITT (Anson Barstow and S M Babbitt) 

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Barstow E A Miss, compositor, res 936 Thirty-sixth, Temescal 
Barstow Frederick O, physician, res 936 Thirty-sixth, Temescal 
Barstow Lizzie Miss, res 1064 Linden 
Barstow Lizzie Mrs, res 1064 Linden 
Barstow Lizzie R Mrs, res 1064 Twenty-second 






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Barstow Mary Miss, res 1352 Harrison 

Barstow M E Mrs, nurse, res 930 Thirty-sixth, Temescal 

Barstow Wall, sign writer, res 1064 Twenty-second 

: Bartels Henry, teamster Oakland Brewery, res 721 Third 

i Bartholemew C A, res 1164 Fifth, upstairs 

i Bartholomew Clarence, mate schooner jEtna, res cor Thirtieth 

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Bartholomew Clarence A, coal dealer, res NW cor Thirtieth and 
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| Bartholomew Elizabeth Mrs, res 1160 Union 
Bartholomew E M Mrs, teacher Franklin School, res cor Thirtieth 

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Bartholomew Emily Mrs, res 1416 Grove 
Bartholomew G Prof, horse trainer, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartholomew George, horse trainer, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartholomew Janet Mrs, res 122 Ninth 
Bartholomew N E, res Palmer House 
Bartholomew Nettie Miss, res 1006 Sixth ave 

i Bartholomew Seth S, mariner, res N W cor Thirtieth and Chestnut 
Bartholomew William, horse trainer, res 1006 Sixth ave 
Bartleme Lizzie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1053 Webster 
Bartles W G, wood turner, res 909 East Fifteenth 
Bartles W G Jr, wood turner, res 909 East Fifteenth 
Bartlett Alice C Miss, stenographer Pacific Press, res 752 Sixteenth 
Bartlett Earl Mrs, res Beulah Park 
Bartlett E Mrs, res 477 Prospect ave 

Bartlett E C, agt iEtna soda w ater, 476 Eighth, res Blake House 
Bartlett E E Mrs, res 524 Sixteenth 

Bartlett George C, bookkeeper S F Savings Union, res 1261 Brush 
Bartlett George E, cigar maker Dennis & Taylor, res 728 Linden 
Bartlett George H, business manager Evening Post, S F, res 

1225 Chestnut 
Bartlett H S, salesman California Hosiery Co, res 1261 Brush 
Bartlett H, machinist, res 864 Clay 
Bartlett Henry, carpenter, res 615 Franklin 
Bartlett J A, foreman Studebaker, S F, res Centennial House 
Bartlett James, res 864 Clay 
Bartlett Mary J Mrs, res 752 Sixteenth 

Bartlett Pliny (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res 1311 Franklin 
Bartlett Pliny V S, asstU S Geological Survey, res 1311 Franklin 
Bartlett S A, clerk, res 1261 Brush 
Bartlett Samuel, propr White House, 473 Seventh 
Bartlett Smith, Pacific Paper Co, S F, res 1225 Chestnut 
Bartlett Wm C, journalist Bulletin, S F, res 477 Prospect ave 
Bartlety S P, bookkeeper Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner, res 1254 

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Bartlin^ Bertha F Miss, res 719 Fourteenth 
Bartling Grace J. student, res 719 Fourteenth 



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Bartling Wm (Bartling,Phillips & Stilwell, S F) res 719 Fourteenth 
Bartman John A, painter Frederick & Arth, res Thirtieth nr San 

Pablo ave 
Bartmann John A, painter, res 1670 Sixteenth 
Barton Mrs, artist, res 306 Tenth 

Barton Thomas C, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 624 Second 
Barton Willard, atty-at-law, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Bartwell W N, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Basch Morris Mrs, res 323 Eleventh 
Basendorf Michael, bartender Rosso's Cottage 
Bashford Edward L, student, res 1012 Fourteenth 
Bashford F A Mrs, res 1012 Fourteenth 
Basilio Harry, fruit stand, cor Twelfth and Broadway, res 462 

Twelfth 
Basnett J D, salesman, res 216 Eleventh 
Bass Albert, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 821 

Twenty-seventh 
Bass John T, compositor Enquirer, res cor Eighth and Clay 
Bass Joseph, baker, res Weber Hotel 
Bassett Miss, res Galindo Hotel 
Bassett Alonzo, stone cutter, res 809 Thirteenth 
Bassett Augustus A, painter S P C<>, res 835 Willow 
Bassett Carrie H Mrs, res 728 Eighth 
Bassett Clara Miss, dressmaker, 862 Milton 
Bassett E Mrs, hosiery department California Hosiery Co, res 

862 Milton 
Bassett George H, res Galindo Hotel 
Bassett J C, carpenter, res 766 Twentieth 
Bassett J F, res Galindo Hotel 
Bassett J M, employe S P Co, res 728 Eighth 
Bassett J P, baggage master S P Co, res 1076 Thirty-second 
Bassi Joseph, laborer, res First ave nr Sumner, Temescal 
Bassock G, tinsmith, res 709 Myrtle 

Bastian Charles E, salesman Tat't & Pennoyer, res Galindo Hotel 
Bastian Frederick, blacksmith S P Co, res 1716 Eighth 
Bastiani Z, cook Tubbs Hotel, res 165 Seventh 
Bastin Fannie Miss, res 1363 Harrison 
Bastini Lefries, chief cook Tubbs Hotel 
Batchelder D F, special officer, res 462 Ninth 
Batchelder E E, clerk William F Batchelder, res 565 Fifteenth 
Batchelder Eliza K Mrs, dressmaker, res 539 Seventeenth 
BATCHELDER WILLIAM F, grocer, 1287 San Pablo ave, res 1417 

Grove 
Batchelder William K, upholsterer, res 539 Seventeenth 
Bateman Henry, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 1420 Tenth 
Bates E J, grader, res 451 B 

Bates George, gripman cable cars, res 1625 Grove 
Batteri May Miss, saleslady Jones' Bazar, res Berkeley 



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Batter man Lucy A S Mrs, res SE cor West and Seventh 

Battles Frank, conductor Oakland Cable Co 

Baudin John P, contractor and builder, res 560 Sixteenth 

Baudrey Louis, watchman Oakland Cable Co 

Bauer J, res 14 Valley 

Bauerle A H, wiper S P Co, res 753 Grove 

Bauerle John, capitalist, res 753 Grove 

Bauerle Otto, machinist, res 753 Grove 

Baum Alouies, salesman Sol Greenhood, res 633 Fourteenth 

Baum Hyman A, tailor, 868 Washington, res 617 Sixth 

Bauman John, carpenter, res 1073 Fourteenth ave 

Baum garden S, junk dealer, res 407 Sixth and 416 Third 

BAUSKE REINHOLD, dentist Cole, Merriman & Son, res 1003J 

Broadway 
Baxley George W, dork J T Hall, res 1955 Union 
Baxley John W, mill hand Pioneer Planing Mill, res 1955 Union 
Baxley John W Jr, apprentice, res 1955 Union 
Baxter Ellery E, blacksmith, res 25 Watts 
Baxter Hawley W (Baxter & Palmer) and clerk Spring Valley 

Water Works, S F, res 1236 Adeline 
Baxter James, driver Snowflake Bakery, 810 Isabella 
Baxter James, laborer, res 1916 Linden 
Baxter John B, butcher, res 25 Watts 
BAXTER & PALMER (Hawley W Baxter & S A Palmer) 

druggists, 1202 San Pablo ave 
Baxter Thos W, compiler McKenney Directory Co, res 720 Castro 
Baxter William, apprentice Knowles & Wetmore, res 1955 Union 
Baxter William S, bookkeeper, S F, res 1419 Myrtle 
BAY CITY FLOUR MILLS, Samm & Co proprietors, NW cor 

First and Clay 
Bay District Lodge, No 226, A O U W, meets at San Pablo Avenue 

Station Tuesday evening 
BAY NURSERY, James Hutchinson proprietor, 1814 Telegraph 

ave 
Bay Public School, cor San Pablo ave and Crawford 
BAY STATE BAKERY, J N Davidson proprietor, 520 Fourteenth 
Bay View Saloon, John Cassin propr, Telegraph ave cor First ave 
Bayard F Mrs, res 360 Tenth 

Bayles George E (Joseph Bayles & Son) res 873 Lydia 
Bayles Joseph (Joseph Bayles & Son) res 873 Lydia 
Bayles Joseph & Son (Joseph and George E) house movers, 873 

Lydia 
Bayles Wheeler, house mover, res 873 Lydia 
Bayley Arthur N, student, res 1307 Castro 

Bay ley Chas H, photographic gallery, 515 Seventh, res 220 Center 
Bayley Clara Mrs, res 372 Second 
Bayley George B, mfr Pacific Incubator, cor Seventeenth and 

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Bay ley George H, cattieman, res 1258 Webster 

Bay ley J H Mrs, res 1409 Castro 

Bayley Robert, paper box factory, S F, res 1454 Castro 

Bayley William, furniture, S F, res San Pablo nr Klinkner ave 

Bayly George Capt, captain steamer Alliance, res 372 Second 

Bayly H, iron moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park ave 

Baynard Samuel, cook Palace Restaurant, res 1013 Franklin 

Baysen Andres, boarding and lodging, 416 Seventh 

Baysen Inge Miss, res 416 Seventh 

Beach Annie Miss, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Beach Charles R, printer, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Beach G P, peddler, res Union Hotel 

Beach H H, res 906 Broadway 

Beach Mary Miss, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Beach Robert C, atty-at-law, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Beach Thomas, capitalist, res 1110 Alice 

Beadle Charles F, salesman Tat't & Pennoyer, res 604 Seventeenth 

Beakleay Henry, hunter, res s s Forty -eighth nr Shattuck ave 

Beal Annie Miss, dressmaker, 11 58 J Seventh, res 653 Adeline 

Beal Harriet, res 576 East Fourteenth 

Beal John, carpenter, res 653 Adeline 

Beal Kirk S, carpenter, res 1773 San Pablo ave 

Beal Martin S, liveryman, res 560 Fourteenth 

Beal Robert W, clerk G A J Davis & Son, res Ross House 

Beal William B, coal, hay and grain, 1066 Thirteenth ave, res 

576 Fourteenth 
Beale E Mrs, res 659 Twentieth 
Beale Jonathan, carpenter, res 653 Adeline 
Beals Ezra, Garland Manufacturing Co, res 1901 Broadway 
Beam Joel, cook, res 1631 Market 
Beam Joseph, laborer, res 1631 Market 
Beam Mary G Miss, res 1352 Franklin 
Beam R W, asst mgr California Wire Works, S F, res 1458 

Castro 
Bean Mrs, res Clayton House 

Bean A, plasterer, res nr SE cor Sutter and San Pablo ave 
Bean George, carder California Hosiery Co, res 1731 Market 
Bean Thomas, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Bear Uriah A, yardmaster S P Co, res 314 Third 
Beard Alfred, printer, res 826 Twenty-first 
Beard Thomas, ranch Lake Shore ave 
Beardsley A M, res 484 Edward 
Beardsley & Cram (J S Beardsley and E G Cram) real estate 

agts, 470 Tenth 
Beardsley Effie M Miss, music teacher, 1262 Market 
Beardsley James S (Beardsley & Cram) res 1262 Market 
Beardsley Melvin W, Paraffine Paint Co, S F, res 1316 Grove 
Bearelogga Mat, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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Bearse Lillian F Miss, res 1306 Twelfth ave 

Beasly William, clerk, res 1015 Linden 

Beattie Josephine Mrs, res 528 Eighteenth 

Beatty & Hatfield (Wm Beatty anclG R Hatfield) grocers, 51 

Valley 
Beatty William (Beatty & Hatfield) res 53 Valley 
Beauchamp J A Mrs, music teacher, res 868 East Twenty-first 
Beauchamp Joseph, teamster V L Fortin, res NE cor Washington 

and Third 
Beauchamp Robert L, miner, res 868 East Twenty-first 
Beaudry House, 875 Washington 
Beaudry Louis M, real estate and farmer, res cor Eighth and 

Powell, North Oakland 
Beaugner Annie Mrs, waitress W C T U Coffee Rooms, res 803 

Isabella 
Beautau Mrs, artist, res 955 Seventh 
Beauvais Vinnie Mrs, res 951 Grove 
Beazley Arlington K, fireman, res 1270 Seventh ave 
Bechdel Nelson A, foreman Round House S P Co, res 876 

Wood 
Becht Annie Mrs, seamstress, res 821 Center, rear 
Becht Charles F, res 1168 Webster 
Becht Dora Miss, res 1168 "Webster 
Bechtel John, capitalist, res East Twenty-seventh nr Twenty-first 

ave 
Bechter Frederick K, res cor Fruit Vale and Lynde 
Bechtnold Anna Miss, res 1167 Center 
Beck Dora Miss, milliner, res 530 Thirty-fifth 
Beck D L Mrs, res 1339 Alice 
Beck Elizabeth A Miss, res 621 Thirteenth 
Beck Eugene B (D L Beck & Sons, S F) res 1339 Alice 
Beck John C Capt, master schooner Na r pa City, res 252 Eighth 
Beck Leonora E Miss, teacher, res 1917 Myrtle 
Beck Lewis I, farmer, res 1917 Myrtle 
Beck Miles, expressman, res 621 Thirteenth 
Beck Thomas, gardener, res 1137 Filbert 

Beck Walter F (D L Beck & Sons, S F) res 512 Twenty-second 
Beck William E, student, res 1917 Myrtle 
Becker Charles W, piano mover Kohler & Chase, res 1210 Twenty- 

eififhth 
Becker Chris, baker R W Merrick, res S F 
Becker Fred, butcher, 829 and 831 Broadway, res 667 Fifth 
Becker Mary, domestic, 516 East Sixteenth 
Becker Peter, saloon keeper, res 842 Broadway 
Beckerly W H, repairer S P Co, res 1621 Taylor 
Beckert G (Beckert & Hornish) res 317 Seventh 
Beckert & Hornish (G Beckert and J Hornish) restaurant, 480 
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Beckett F Arthur, chemist Redington .& Co, S F, res 54 East 
Twelfth 

Beckley Henry, traveling agt Northwestern Manufacturing and 
Car Co, res Avenue House 

Beckley William H, traveling agt, res 1273 San Pablo ave 

Beckwith George C, capitalist, res NE cor McAdam and Broad- 
way 

Beckwith Hattie Miss, res 914 Wood 

Beckwith Mary E, res 176 Lake 

Beckwith L F, printer, S F, res 914 W T ood 

Bed bury Andrew, clerk, res 609 Fourth 

Bedbury George W, inventor, res 609 Fourth 

Bedbury Gertrude W Miss, dressmaker, res 609 Fourth 

Bedell Daniel, res Forty-fourth nr Telegraph ave 

Bedell George S, helper Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 709 Brush 

Beebe Charles W, seecfsman, S F, res 574 Sixteenth 

Beebe Edwin L, musician, res s s Spring nr Adeline 

Beebe William S, res 1709 Chase 

Beebee G L Mrs, res 1326 Tenth ave 

Beeby James, farmer, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-eighth and 
Forty-ninth 

BEEBY ROBERT J, harness and saddlery, 1058 Broadway, res 
2424 Telegraph ave 

Beecher Charles, student California College, res 554 East Six- 
teenth, East Oakland 

Beekman Charles Mrs, dressmaker, res 1515 Third 

Beel M S (Harris & Beel) res 560 Fourteenth 

Beel R Mrs, res 560 Fourteenth 

Beensy J H, wharf mgr S P Co, res Centennial Hotel 

Beer John M, with Hornberger & Co, res 703 Twenty-eighth 

Beers Evans B, iron moulder, res 1668 Chase 

Beggs John, laborer, res 1811 Grove 

Behn Amalia, domestic, 1019 Filbert 

Behnke M, laborer, res 701 East Twelfth 

Behrman C Mrs, nurse, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

Behrman Henry, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

BEHRMANN JOHN C> saloon, cor East Twelfth and Sixteenth ave 

Behrmann J W, salesman with T Poirer, res 40 Sixth 

Beiscia Charles, baker California Bakery, res 1557 Broadway 

Belcher Frederick, res 1143 Myrtle 

Belcher Gilbert L, salesman, S F, res 1133 Myrtle 

Belden Edwin S, shorthand reporter, res n s Telegraph ave bet 
Fortieth and Forty-first 

Belden Ella D Mrs, res 1326 Twelfth 

Belden Frank, letter carrier, res 831 Magnolia 

Belden Harry B, bookkeeper Hamilton & Brown, res 1326 Twelfth 

Belden Harry R, cigar mfr, 1315 San Pablo ave, res S F 

Belden Henry K, insurance, S F, res cor Montgomerv and John 



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Belden Nancy A Mrs, res 166 Fifth 

Belden Theodore W, cigar maker, res 1315 San Pablo ave 
Belding Frank E, carriage maker, res 1371 Tenth 
Beldon Frank, res 1371 Tenth 

Belfils Peter, laborer, res cor Twenty-sixth ave and East Four- 
teenth 
Belfils Victor, hostler Samm & Co, res 662 Washington 
Belile Hubert, saloon keeper, 1245 Telegraph ave, res 308 Second 
Bell Abel T, foreman Pioneer Planing Mills, res 818 Clay 
Bell Alex G, sec Los Gatos Ice House, S F, res 857 Mvrtle 
Bell A P (Hierlihy, Bell & Co) res 818 Clay 
Bell C T Mrs, res 920 Sixth ave 
Bell E, res Winters Hotel 
Bell F A Mrs, res Centennial House 
Bell Grant, employe Pacific Bridge Co, res 1231 Myrtle 
Bell Henry, res n s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 
Bell Hugh J, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 1014 Twenty- 
fourth 
Bell J, clerk J A Joyce, res Ross House 
Bell James H, barber, res 716 Henry 

Bell Joseph H, mechanic school department, res 697 Twenty -fifth 
Bell R, res Winters Hotel 

BELL R E, druggist, 1301 and 1313 Broadway, res same 
Bell William, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res St John 

House 
Bell William H, caulker, res 1863 Seventh 
Bell William S, miner, res 1713 Lincoln 
Bell William T, resident physician City and County Hospital, S 

F, res 1360 Webster 
BELLARS WILLIAM T, house upholstering, carpet laying, etc, 
922 Center, order boxes SW cor Ninth and Washington and 
SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Bella Vista House, William A Faylor propr, 1235 Broadway 
Bellegarde Marguerite, chambermaid, 1034 Adeline 
Bellermann Theodore, gardener, cor Athol and Twentieth, East 

Oakland 
Bellevue Nursery, O Holm propr, NE cor Piedmont and Moss ave 
Bellingall Peter W, custom house broker, S F, res 1415 Filbert 
Belloir Peter, conductor S P Co, res 1222 Chestnut 
Belmont Stable, George W Johnson propr, res 806 Broadway 
Belrose Louis, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res San Pablo ave 

bet Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh 
Bemis Frank A, machinist East Oakland Planing Mills, res 1212 

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Bemis O, propr Central Market, 479 East Twelfth, res East Oak- 
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Bemiss Mary C Mrs, nurse Foundlings' Home and Hospital, res 
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Bemmerlv Nettie Miss, res 489 Orchard ave 

Bendel Hermann (Tillmann & Bendel) res cor Third and Alice 

Bendenetti Louis, dump cart, res 657 Myrtle 

Bender A L Mrs, res 1506 Ninth 

Bendexen G, tailor, S F, res 1020 Twenty-fourth 

Bendixen Thomas, propr Overland House, NW cor Broadway and 
First 

Benedetti Gussie Mis«*, res 657 Myrtle 

Benedetti John, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 657 
Myrtle 

BENEDICT, CAPELL & CO (Newton Benedict, J R Gapell and 
W F Rudolph) real estate agents, notaries public and con- 
veyancers, 457 Ninth . 

Benedict G C Miss, res 1437 San Pablo ave 

Benedict E G Miss, dressmaker, res 366 Fifth 

Benedict Emanuel, barber W H Stewart, res 807 Henry 

BENEDICT NEWTON (Benedict* Gapell & Co) res 456 East Sev- 
enteenth 

Benetti Rosie Miss, spinning department California Cotton Mills, 
res 657 Myrtle 

Benham A M, pianos, S F, res 524 Thirteenth 

Benham C M Mrs, res 520 Thirteenth 

Benham Thomas W, lieutenant U S Navy, res 778 Ninth 

Beniarnino Martonia, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Benjamin Ambia G Mrs, teacher music, res 1352 Market 

Benjamin Charlotte Mrs, res 2223 Elm 

BENJAMIN C J, manager McGovern & Cahill, 401 and 403 Twelfth, 
res 1352 Market 

Benjamin Ella, hosiery department California Hosiery Co, res 
1177 Fourteenth 

Benjamin James, deputy constable of Brooklyn Township, res 
' 866 East Twelfth 

Benjamin Lizzie Miss, student, res 2223 Elm 

Benjamin Minnie Miss, seamstress, res s s Fortieth bet Tele- 
graph ave and Grove 

Benjamin Philip L, atty-at-law, S F, res 2223 Elm 

Benjamin P S, instrument maker Pacific Coast Electrical Con- 
struction Co, res S F 

Bennedetti Johanna Mrs, res 657 Myrtle 

Benner Edwin, pattern maker, res 777 Sixteenth 

Benner El win N, millwright, res cor Second ave and Birch 

Benner Fred M, melter U S Mint, S F, res 777 Sixteenth 

Benner Harry, clerk New Zealand Insurance Office, res 777 Six- 
teenth 

Bennet Joseph, gardener, res 2029 East Fourteenth 

Bennet Joseph B, carpenter, res 1717 Chase 

Bennet Thos, insurance mgr, res NE cor Myrtle and Tenth 

Bennett A A, carpenter, res 861 Twenty-seventh 



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Bennett Alfred E, foreman California Planing Mills, S F, res 540 

Twenty -second 
Bennett Bernard, groceries, 653 Jackbon, res same 
Bennett C D, stock broker, S F, res Fruit Vale ave nr Lynde 
Bennett Charles, variety store. 960 Washington, res 514 Sixth 
Bennett Charles R, sec Society for Prevention of Vice, and deputy 

sheriff, res 1211 West 
Bennett Delbert F, miner, res 1771 Lincoln 
Bennett E A Mrs, embroiderer, res 2225 Chestnut 
Bennett Emma J, dressmaker, res 225 Third 
Bennett Eva Mrs, res 2225 Chestnut 
Bennett F H, res 174 Sixth 
Bennett Florence Miss, res 540 Twenty-second 
Bennett Herbert W, professor music, res 1459 Telegraph ave 
Bennett J, res 627 Fourteenth 
Bennett Joseph, cook, res 269 Fifth 
Bennett Joseph B, carpenter, res 1717 Chase 
Bennrtt Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 225 Third 
Bennett Orval D, machinist Whitmore & Knowles, res 225 Third 
Bennett Robert H, commission merchant, S F, res 627 Fourteenth 
Bennett Robert H Jr, collector Tribune Publishing Co, res 627 

Fourteenth 
Bennett Sadie Miss, res 1459 Telegraph ave 
Bennett Theodore, poultry raiser, res 2225 Chestnut 
Bennett William, employe Talcott's Dairy, res High nr Prescott 
Bennett William, clerk Fred Klages, res SE cor Third and Alice 
Bepnett William R, clerk, cor First and Franklin, res 225 Third 
Bennison Eben H, salesman L Liebmann, res 1232 Chestnut 
Bennison Edw, mining sec, res 1302 Tenth 
Bennison George, deputy U S shipping commissioner Pacitic Mail 

Dock, S F, res 1302 Tenth 
Bennison James Jr, res 1232 Chestnut 
Bennison Marian B Miss, res 1302 Tenth 
Bennison W E, salesman, res 1302 Tenth 
Benoit Pierre, capitalist, res 567 Second 
Benson A A Mrs, res 1310 Market 

Benson Alanson, commission merchant, S F, res 1116 Filbert 
Benson George A, clerk Travelers' Insurance Co, res 956 Twelith 
Benson Henry A, farmer, res 956 Twelfth 

Benson John, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 252 Louise 
Benson Julia A Miss, dressmaker, res 1007 Campbell 
Benson P F, atty-at-law, 456 Eighth, rms 2 and 3, res 167 Third 
Benson Sevin Mrs, res 619 Park ave 
Benter John H, fringe weaver B Goldstein, S F, res 229 

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Bentley Frank S, salesman Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, S F, 

res 258 Eighth 
Bentley Lettie E Miss, teacher Franklin School, res 1427 

Franklin 
Bentley Mamie Miss, res 1162 Market 

Bentley Margaret A Mrs, colorist Ormsby, res 1162 Market 
Bentley M W Mrs, music teacher, res 258 Eighth 
Bentley W H, barber, 924 Broadway, res 810 Jefferson 
Bentley W H, porter P P C Co, res 810 Jefferson 
BENTLEY WILLIAM R, manager and editor Morning Times, NE 

•cor Broadway and Ninth, res 706 Tenth 
Bento Anton, laborer S P Co 
Benton Fidelia Mrs, res 906 East Twenty-fifth 
Benton Frances Mrs, res 437 Hawthorne 
Benton George, livery and boarding stable, res 913 Union 
Benton John E, agent Sun Insurance Co and white bronze monu- 
ments, res 533 Sixteenth 
Benton Joseph A, student, res 1760 San Pablo ave 
Benton Joseph A Rev, senior professor Pacific Theological 

Seminary, res 437 Hawthorne 
Benton Mary P Mrs, artist, res 533 Sixteenth 
Benton May F Miss, artist, res 533 Sixteenth 
Benton Robert C, mail messenger, res 1760 San Pablo ave 
Benvenutti Picho, waiter, res 910 Broadway 
Benzinger Richard, clerk B F Schunhoff, res 462 Seventh 
Benzon August Von F, grain merchant, S F, res 1358 Market 
Berard Alfred, bartender, res 1514 Curtis 
Berard Jennie Miss, res 1514 ; Curtis 
Berard Maria Mrs, ironer laundry, S F, res 1514 Curtis 
Bercovich Abraham (Bercovich Bros) res NE cor Fourth and 

Webster 
Bercovich Augusta, res 320 Fourth 
Bercovich Bros (Abraham and Louis Bercovich) junk, NE cor 

Fourth and Webster 
Bercovich Burke, clerk M H Coffee, res 324 Fourth 
Bercovich Henry B, cigar maker Robertson Cigar Factory, res 

320 Fourth 
Bercovich Louis (Bercovich Bros) res 324 Fourth 
Bercovich Minnie, employe California Jute Mills, res 320 Fourth 
Bercovich Samuel, employe California Jute Mill 
Berdan George N, stair builder, res 961 Chester 
Beretta Italo A, watchmaker A Steffanoni, res 957 Fourth ave 
Beretta William G, bookkeeper, S F, res 957 Fourth ave 
BERG AMALIA MRS, artist, res 1625 Taylor 
Berg Henry, cleaner S P Co, res 1764 Atlantic 
Berg J Mrs, res 368 Seventh 

BERG MAURICE A, artists' material and framing, 1105 Washing- 
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Berge F J, stock broker, res SE cor Thirteenth and Washington 

Berge J A Mrs, teacher, Alameda, res 1120 Washington 

Bergen Peter Jr, machinist, 660 Washington, res same 

Berger Ella Miss, music teacher, res 1454 Tenth ave 

Berger John W, bookkeeper, res 1454 Tenth ave 

Berger Lillian Miss, teacher, res 1454 Tenth ave 

Berger Nicholas, laborer S P Co, res 822 Lewis 

Berghoft* Peter, coachman A W Root, 1215 Oak, res same 

Bergin E M Miss, teacher Prescott School, res S F 

Bergmann J, res 204 Seventh 

Bergols George E, second cook Alta House 

Beringer Minnie Miss, res 11 03 h Broadway, rm 19 

Berit Julius, fish dealer, 416 Second, res same 

Be'rit Pierre, fish and poultry, 421 Second, res same 

Beritzhoff John, bookkeeper A L Bancroft, S F, res 860 Brush 

Berkeley Club, meets every alternate Thursday at Hamilton Hall, 

cor Thirteenth and Jefferson 
Berkeley Market, Patrick Swords propr, cor Telegraph ave and 

Forty-ninth 

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L M McKenney & Co publishers, 623 Commercial, S F, and 
689 Twenty-fourth, Oakland 

Berkemeyer Anton, sausage maker, res 967 East Twelfth 

Berlin C H, real estate agt, 956 Broadway, res Alta House 

Berlin Charles C, paper carrier, res 1266 Center 

Berlin Max, clerk Gier Bros, res 1020 Third 

Berling John L, engineer Bay City Flouring Mills, res 1111 Six- 
teenth ave 

Berling Richard, baker, res 720 East Fourteenth 

Berlinger Jacob, cigar maker, res 1463 Grove 

Berlinger Solomon, clerk, S F, res 1463 Grove 

Bermister Ida Mrs, res 955 Fifth ave 

Bernamayou Josie Miss, fruits, SW T cor Twenty-third ave and 
East Fourteenth, res 2037 East Fourteenth 

Bernamayou Madeline Mrs, res 2037 East Fourteenth 

Bernard J, laborer S P Co, res East Fourteenth nr Seventeenth 
ave 

Bernard John, laborer, res 222 Hollis 

Bernard Joseph (Garcia & Bernard) res 1171 Eighteenth ave 

Bernard O Albert, expert U S Bureau of Labor, res 1410 Tenth 

Bernard Ulric, baker Log Cabin Bakery, res 421 Second 

Bernardo G, quarryman, res Temescal 

Bernhard Robert, shipping and frfight broker, S F, res 1555 
Eighth 

Bernhardt Charles, saloon, S F, res 826 Franklin 

Bernheim E (E Bernheim & Co) res 114 -Eleventh 

Bernheim E & Co (E Bernheim) fine shoes, 1111 Broadway 

Bernheim M H, with E Bernheim & Co, res 114 Eleventh 



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Bernheim Maurice, clerk E Bernheim & Co, res 114 Eleventh 
Bernheirn William, clerk E Bernheim & Co, res 114 Eleventh 
Bernheim W A, with E Bernheim & Co, res 114 Eleventh 
Bernick Carl E, carpenter, res 15 L7 Third 
Bernist Pierce, res 567 Second 

Bernstein E, notary public, 950 Broadway, res 1018 Jefferson 
Bernstein Fred E (Bernstein & Von Adelung) res 1018 Jefferson 
Bernstein Ida E Miss, saleslady Bernstein & Von Adelung, res 

1018 Jefferson 
Bernstein Isaac, salesman J L Harris, res 1461 Broadway 
Bernstein & Von Adelung (Fred E Bernstein and Alexis Von 

Adelung) staple and fancy goods and agts Centemeri kid 

gloves, 1057 Broadway 
Bernurd Edmund, harness maker, res 839 Franklin 
Berretti Botch ee, scavenger, res 626 Filbert 
Berretti Paulo, scavenger, res 626 and 628 Filbert 
Berrey David, saloon, s s Eighth east of Broadway, res 828 Webster 
Berrien George, cleaner S P Co, res 665 J Twenty-sixth 
Berrien R C, painter, res 664 \ Twenty-sixth 
Berry Anna Miss, milliner L H Briggs, res 995 Center 
Berry Charles O, millwright box factory, res 1727 William 
Berry David, liquors, res 828 Webster 
Berry Edward W, printer, S F, res 2258 San Pablo ave 
Berrv Edwin W, pressman, S F, res 1110 Thirtv-fourth 
Berry Fred T, ticket agt A & P R R, S F, res 997 Center 
Berry George, res 1712 William 
Berry John, carpenter, res 1608 William 
*Berry John, repairer S P Co, res 873 Peralta 
Berry Lucy, dressmaker, res 828 Webster 

Berry May Miss, foreman sunset department Contra Costa Laun- 
dry Association 
Berry M J Mrs, res 995 Center 
Berry Nellie Miss, domestic, 1322 Fifth ave 
Berry R F Miss, res 1219 Brush 
Berry Susie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1712 

William 
Berry Thomas F, driver Truck No i Oakland Fire Department, 

res 825 Webster 
Berry William, miner, res 1408 Sixth ave 
\ Berry William, contractor and builder, res 904 Pine 
Berry William, carpenter and builder, res 1786 Division 
! Berry William R, bookkeeper, S F, res 995 Center 
Berry Winslow N, merchant, res 916 Filbert 
Bersia Charles, baker Clements Martin, res 1557 Broadway 
Bert Charles, mgr Oakland Theater, res La Clede House 
Bert Charles L (Bert & Mothersole) res La Clede House 
1 Bert & Mothersole (Charles L Bert and — Mothersole) proprs 

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Bertiker Chris, ice works, res 1229 Webster 

Besancon Eugene, shoemaker, 1244 San Pablo ave, res same 

Besse George O, dry goods, S F, res 951 Willow 

Besse Joseph O, salesman, res 951 Willow 

Betancue Alice Miss, res 487 Twenty-sixth 

Betancue Joseph F, carpenter, res 487 Twenty-sixth 

Betancue J P (Betancue & Whitcher) res 503 Eleventh 

Betancue J P, photographer, res 967 Washington 

Betancue Lizzie C Miss, teacher Durant School, res 487 Twenty- 
sixth 

Bettencourt Antone de S, res 1462 Fifth 

Bettencourt J de S, physician, res 1462 Fifth, West Oakland 

Bettman Florence Miss, res 513 Tenth 

Bettman J J, real estate, res Galindo Hotel 

Betts Elizabeth, teacher kindergarten, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betts Joseph, employe S P Co, res 967 Pine 

Betts Joseph M, car cleaner S P Co, res 967 Pine 

Betts Lizzie Miss, teacher kindergarten, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betts Maria Mrs, res 694 Twenty-seventh 

Betts P, res 376 Seventh 

Betts William M, carriage spring mfr, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betz Al, stenographer, res 1060 Campbell 

Betz George, millman, res 629 Brush 

Betz Henry, teamster Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 629 Brush 

Betz Philip, res 850 Franklin 

Betz Thomas, lumberman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 629 Brush 

Beuchanan George, gardener, res 1829 Telegraph ave 

Beusek Emma Mrs, res 1512 Ninth 

Beveridge Charles, agt S J Smith, res 1153 Seventh 

Beveridge Jennie Miss, res 1154|- Seventh 

Beveridge Leroy, capitalist, res 1154^ Seventh 

Beyer William E, liquor dealer, S F, res 1218 Fourteenth 

Beynon Berry P, engineer rolling mill, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 

Beynon John, employe rolling mill, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 

Beynon M J Mrs, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 

Beynon William, boarding house, Park ave nr Ettie 

Bialoglowski Eisedel J, propr Philadelphia Bakery, 462 Sixth 

Bibbens George W, propr Hotel Merritt, 408 Twelfth 

Bichner Ernst, bds Capitol Hotel 

Bickerton J R, res 1069 Grove 

Bicovich Henry, cigar maker H Robinson 

Bidache & Junqua (P Bidache and U Junqua) proprs French 
Bakery, 820 Franklin I 

Bidache P (Bidache & Junqua) res 820 Franklin 

Bidwell A R Mrs, res 719 Fourteenth 

Bidwell Effie Miss, res 947 Willow 

Bidwell H E Mrs, res 947 Willow 

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Bieler Frank, saloon. 809 East Fourteenth 

Bieler Xavier, capitalist, res 809 East Fourteenth 

Bielich Remigio, waiter, res 844 Market 

Bier C H, res 884 Twenty-seventh 

Bier M Mrs, res 884 Twenty-seventh 

Bierce A S, U S Mint, S F, res Vernon ave nr Broadway 

Biers Charles, cabinet maker C Schreiber, res 884 Twenty-seventh 

Bigelow Benjamin D, carpenter and contractor, S F, res 1465 

Tenth ave 
Bigelow E (Bigelow & Stratton) res 762 Thirteenth 
Bigelow Emma Miss, res 1465 Tenth ave 
Bigelow John, carpenter, res 1465 Tenth ave 
Bigelow Jonathan E, carpenter, res 1465 Tenth ave 
Bigelow May Miss, res 1.465 Tenth ave 
Bigelow Oliver E, res 930 Thirty-sixth 
Bigelow & Stratton (E Bigelow and J Stratton) real estate and 

insurance agts, 458 Ninth 
Bigelow T B, real estate and insurance, 468 Ninth, res 1157 

Jefferson 
Biggi N, driver dump cart, res N W cor Lusk and Fortieth 
Biglow L E Miss, res 1157 Jefferson 
Bignamie Domnick, architect, S F, res 572 Seventh 
Bignamie Louis, propr Venezia Garden, 572 Seventh 
Bilrils Peter, laborer, res First and Last Chance Saloon 
Bilger Frank W, clerk Bowman & Son, res 1258 Webster 
BILLESBACK GEORGE, George's Exchange, 477 Eighth, res 

same 
Billings Charles E, printer, res 734 Magnolia 
Billings M Mrs, dressmaker, res Willson House 
Billings M S Mrs, res Vernon Heights 
Billington Clara VV Miss, res 615 Sixth 
Billiogton Isaac F, clerk S P Co, res 615 Sixth 
Billis James, res n s Fortv-fifth nr Adeline 
Bills Albert V, dentist, Pleasant Valley, res Piedmont 
Bills George R, real estate, bds Winsor House 
Bills Rebecca A, teacher Lincoln School, res 1060 Seventh ave 
Biltz Frederick R, piano tuner, res 270 Seventh 
Bimmerle Moritz, bakery, 1810 Seventh, res same 
Bingham Addie Mrs, lodging house, res 504 Fifteenth 
Bingham Evangeline E Miss, physician, 504 Fifteenth, res same 
Bingham George, mechanic Borax Factory, res Webers Hotel 
Bingham Hiram Rev, missionary Gilbert Islands, res 1012 Clay 
Birch Mary Mrs, res 70S Fr&nklin 
Birchenall John, moulder, res 2022 Adeline 
Bird A S Miss, res 605 Tenth 
Bird Bridget, res 622 Chestnut 
Bird Hannah Mrs, res 315 Tenth 
Bird Mary A Mrs, res 1607 Ninth ave 



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Bird Peter, employe Judson Iron Works, res 225 Ettie 

Bird William, barber W T H Stewart, res 1301 Webster 

Birdsall A A Miss, teacher vocal music Snell's Seminary, res S F 

Birdsall Eliza A Mrs, housekeeper, 1060 Seventh ave 

Birdsall John K, engineer S P Co, res 1010 Pine 

Birkenmeyer Anton, sausage maker, res 967 East Twelfth 

Birmingham D W Mrs, res 216 Eleventh 

Birmingham W R, agent, res 841 Thirty-third 

Birnbaum G Miss, domestic, 837 Webster 

Birne Sina, domestic Alex Campbell 

Birtzhoff John A, bookkeeper, res 860 Brush 

BISBEE S B MISS> y° un g ladies' school, cor Seventh ave and 

Sixteenth 
Bisbey Frank, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 415 Fourth 
Bisbey Frank, laborer, res 423 Second 
Bisbey John, laborer, res 423 Second 
BISHOP A W> attorney -at-law and secretary Mutual Endowment 

Association of Oakland and president City Council, 958 

Broadway, res 1165 Jackson 
Bishop Chauncey G, searcher of records, res 1402 Franklin 
Bishop Edgar, agt Oakland Art Pottery, 1355 Broadway, res 

1319 Filbert 
Bishop E J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1402 Franklin 
Bishop George D, carpenter S P Co, res 1611 Twelfth 
Bishop Homer, cook S P Co, res 559 Sixth 
Bishop John N, bridge builder S P Co, res 1611 Twelfth 
Bishop Laura Miss, dressmaker, res 411 Fifteenth 
Bishop Lester, carpenter, res 1076 Thirty-second 
Bishop Michael, blacksmith Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

1005 Third 
Bishop O H, porter, S F, res 618 East Sixteenth 
Bishop Peter A, decorator, S F, res 1709 Seventh 
Bishop Thomes, cook C P Co, res 559 Sixth 
Bissell Eugene, printer job department Tribune Publishing Co, 

res Alameda 
Bissell Toney, laborer, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and High 
Bissell William, stenographer, S F, res 816 Eleventh 
Bitterly Justin, cook Palace Restaurant, res 233 Second 
Bitterman Charles, propr Brooklyn Market, 765 East Twelfth, 

res 612 East Fifteenth 
Bitterman Charles J, butcher C Bitterman, res 612 East Fifteenth 
Bitterman Paul, butcher Charles Bitterman, res 612 East Twelfth 
Bittington I F, collector S P Co, res 8] 8 Eighth 
Bittleston George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res w s Park 

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Bittman Charles W, agt Fairbank Soap Co, S F, res 224 Ninth 
Biven Frederick, compositor Evening Bulletin, S F, res 1422 

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Bivins Abigail C Miss, res 861 Twenty-second 

Bixby Francina A, res 1311 Sixteenth ave 

Bixby John F, lumberman, res 810 East Fifteenth 

Bixby Levi R, carpenter, res 1462 Brush 

Bixby Levi S, copyist Hall of Records and commander Lyon 

Post No 8, G A R, res 1470 Brush 
Bixby Susie, res 810 East Fifteenth 
Blachowski Thomas, carpenter, res 1216 Magnolia 
Black A VV (Conklin & Black) res 1311 Telegraph 
Black E N (Getchell & Black) res Erie House 
BLACK GEORGE, groceries, 1700 Seventh, res 941 Willow 
BLACK GE0RGIE A MISS, bookkeeper George Black, res 941 

Willow 
Black George, clerk, res 1170 Broadway 
Black George W, shirt cutter M J Keller, res Willson House 
Black Henry C, commission merchant, S F, res 1381 Eighth 
Black L Mrs, real estate, res Erie Block, room 27 
Black Samuel T, deputy county clerk, res Galindo Hotel 
Black William I, farmer, res 1320 Filbert 
Black W D, res 564 Fifteenth 

Blackburn Charles, wheelwright J Galvin, res 1365 Eighteenth 
Blackburn Charles, carriage maker, res 1365 West 
Blackburn William, painter J W Tuckerson 
Blackett J C, carpenter S P Co, res 1376 Seventeenth 
Blackman George V, canvasser for patents, res 1459 Brush 
Blackman William H, painter F T Hall, res 514 Fifteenth 
Blackson John T, porter, res 557 Sixth 
Blackwell Mary E Mrs, res 1015 Eighth 
Blackwood Alice, bookkeeper Sanborn & Vail, S F, res 1210 

Fourteenth 
Blackwood Jane Mrs, res 363 Prospect ave 
Blackwood L B Miss, res 363 Prospect ave 
Blackwood Richard H, farmer, res 1210 Fourteenth 
Blackwood Robert, janitor Oakland High School, res 1210 Four- 
teenth 
Blaikie G W, ship joiner, res 1720 Chase 
Blair George M, stair builder, 511 Second, res 1016 Clay 
Blair Gracie M Miss, res 1016 Clay 
Blair Henry, teamster V L For tin 
Blair Lizzie Jean Miss, res Piedmont Junction 
Blair Walter Mrs, propr The Centennial, 524 Fourteenth 
BLAIR WALTER, capitalist and president Broadway and Pied- 
mont Railroad, res The Centennial, 524 Fourteenth 
Blair William, nursery, Piedmont Junction 

Blair William Jr, line repairer Piedmont R R, res Blair's Ranch 
Blair's Piedmout Nursery, Piedmont Junction 
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Blake Alice Miss, res 1867 Telegraph ave 

Blake Annie Mrs, bakery and coffee parlor, 1242 San Pablo ave 

Blake Charles T, sec Oakland Paving Co, re3 e s Piedmont Way, 
Be ike lev 

Blake Francis (Blake, Moffitt & Towne, S F) res 1867 Telegraph 
ave 

Blake F J Mrs, res 1366 Brush 

Blake Harry C, clerk F R Girard & Co, res 1242 San Pablo ave 

Blake Helen M Miss, teacher Grant School, res 690 Twenty-fifth 

BLAKE HOUSE, Mrs M K Blake proprietress, 1059 Washington 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Blake House Livery Stables, William Owens propr, SE cor Clay 
and Twelfth 

Blake Marinda Miss, res 1242 San Pablo ave 

Blake Mary B Miss, trained nurse, res cor East Twenty-fifth and 
Seventh ave, East Oakland 

Blake Maiy Miss, servant, res cor Eighth ave and East Twenty- 
fourth 

BLAKE M K MRS, proprietress Blake House, 1059 Washington 

Blake & Moffit Building, E L Priest agt, 906 Broadway 

Blake Philip H, real estate agt, res Fruit Vale ave nr Lynde 

Blake Rosetta Mrs, dressmaker, res 315 Seventh 

Blake William, painter, res Linden Lane nr Telegraph ave 

Blake William, gardener, 980 Fifth ave 

Blake W H, painter S P Co, res cor Second ave and Birch 

Blakely T M, assistant foreman book publishing department Pa- 
cific Press, res 1410 West 

Blakely T M Mrs, res 1410 West 

Blakeney Benjamin, student, res 529 Hobart 

Blakeney Harry, student, res 529 Hobart 

Blaker James, first officer S P Co's steamer Alameda, res 659 
Jackson 

Blaknev G W, res Pullman Hotel 

Blanc Amedee, mining engineer, res 1120 Peralta 

Blanch Walter, barber E Hela 

Blanchard Addison L, carpenter, res 1625 Seventh ave 

BLANCHARD ADRIEN F, manager Oakland Trunk Factory, 
413 Thirteenth, res 571 Thirty-sixth 

Blanchard J M, engineer S P Co, res 1715 Lincoln 

Blanchet Charles, saloon, 802 Broadway, res same 

Blanchfield Patrick, plasterer and contractor, res 404 Fifth 

Bland Mary Mrs, res 966 Market 

Blaner John, laborer, res 460 Fifth 

Blasdel E W Capt, mining expert, res 1164 Alice 

Blasdel' Flora Miss, res, 1164 Alice 

Blasdel G P, clerk, res 1164 Alice* 

Blasdel Libbie Miss, res 1164 Alice 

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Blasich Joseph, waiter, res 910 Broadway 

Blater Anjdrew, tool maker, S F, res Adeline nr Stanley Station 

Biei Robert, solicitor Pacific Coast Electrical Construction Co, 

352 Second, res Lillard House 
Blessing Charles V, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 1224 

Twenty- third ave ■ 
Blessing Lucy P Miss, res 1224 Twenty-third ave 
Blethen A K P, mechanic, res 475 Twenty-fourth 
Blethen Charles, car cleaner S P Co, bds Overland House 
Biethen Charles H, engineer Chris Gallagher, res 574 Third 
Blethen E O, salesman, res 1032 Linden 
Blethen Frank, sawyer Towle & Broadwell, res 574 Third 
Blethen Frank M, planer, S F, res 574 Third 
Blethen James E, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res 568 

East Fourteenth 
Bleuel C, salesman Hickok, Schroeder & Co, res 834 Jackson 
Bleuel Maurice J, collector Samm's Mills, res 1634 Adeline 
Bleuell James, traveler Samm & Co, res cor Twenty-second and 

Adeline 
Bleydorn J, confectionery, 1754 Seventh 
Blind Asylum, 544 Thirty-sixth 

Blinn Frank L, res cor Nineteenth ave and East Twenty-fifth 
Blinn Fred G, res cor Nineteenth ave and East Twenty-fifth 
Blinn F H Miss, res cor Nineteenth ave and East Twenty-fifth 
Blinn H B Mrs, res cor Nineteenth ave and East Twenty-fifth 
Bliss Benjamin B, wharfinger S P Co, res 576 Third 
Bliss Mary E Mrs, hosiery department California Hosiery Co, res 

718 third 
Bliss M E Mrs, res 1063 Eleventh ave 
Bliss S, engineer S P Co, res 404 East Tenth 
Bliss Theodore H, carpenter S P Co, res 1609 West 
Bliven Fannie M Miss, teacher public school, S F, res 1356 Thir- 
teenth ave 
Bliven Kate Mrs, res 1356 Thirteenth ave 
Blixt Christine, domestic, IrVO Madison 

Block Christian, baker, 857 Washington, res 811 Washington 
Block Henry, farmer, res San Pablo ave nr Park 
Block Israel, cigar dealer, S F, res 1479 San Pablo ave 
Blodget E G, shoemaker, S F, res 1729 Fourteenth 
Blodgetr, Clara Mrs, teacher, res 2661 Telegraph ave 
Blogg H B, shoemaker, res 1261 Kirkham 
Blood Warren H, surgeon, res 855 Center 
Blood William F, sec Oakland Home Insurance Co, res cor East 

Twenty-ninth aud Fourteenth ave 
Bloodworth Enoch, section hand S P Co, res 1875 William 
Bloom Douglas, engineer S P Co, res 1863 William 
Bloom Ed, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 
Bloom Edwin W, fireman S P Co, res 1863 William 



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BLOOM GEORCE, groceries and liquors, 951 Franklin 

BLOOM GEORGE W, gun and locksmith, 410 Nintb, res 953 
Franklin 

Bloom Jacob, tailor, res 410 Ninth 

Blote Martin C, collector Contra Costa Water Co, res 1165 Jeffer- 
son 

Blote William E, collector Contra Costa Water Co, res 1165 Jef- 
ferson 

Blouin Damase, hackman, res Eureka Hotel 

Blow Miss, res Arlington House 

Blow S M Mrs, res Arlington House 

BLOW W W> rea l estate agent, 454 Ninth, res 759 Harrison 

Blown James, laborer California Jute Mills, res 310 East Sixteenth 

Blowski T, carpenter S P Co, res 1216 Magnolia 

Blucher Amelia, res 811 East Fifteenth 

Blucher Lillie, domestic, 2018 Telegraph ave 

Blue House Saloon, Mrs J Carpentier proprietress, res NE cor 
Twenty-third ave and East Fourteenth 

BLimberg Louis E, clerk, res 717 Tenth 

Blumberg Robert, sailor, res 1412 Brush 

Bluning Annie Mrs, res 1400 Eleventh 

Boalt John H, atty-at-law, S F, res 1003 Twelfth 

Boanton L, carpenter, res 814 Wood 

Board of Education of Oakland City, Isaac Upham pres, office 
City Hall 

Board of Trade, V D Moody pres, M J Keller vice-pres, A D 
Thomas treas, J Meredith Davis sec, 461 Tenth 

Boardman Charles T, county clerk, res NE cor Durant and Olive 

B0ARDMAN FRANK W, civil engineer, 1004 Broadway, res 
Twenty-sixth bet Telegraph ave and Grove 

Boardman Joseph, electric penman S P Co, res 821 Magnolia 

BOARDMAN JOSEPH, real estate to lease, res 725 Eighth bet 
Castro and Brush 

Boardman L E, deputy county clerk, res 710 Ninth 

Boardman S L Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 

Boardman Thomas, chemist, res 1687 Twelfth 

BOARDMAN W F> civil engineer, 1004 Broadway, res 1315 Grove 

Boardman William, civil engineer, res 1315 Grove 

Bobet James, plumber and gasfitter, 572 Seventh 

Boccard Ernestine, dressmaker, 464 A 

Boccard Frank, chair mfr, 464 A, res same 

Bochmer Michael, waiter Brooklyn Restaurant, res 1116 Ninth ave 

Bock Carrie Mrs, janitor Harrison School, res 316 Sixth 

Bock Charles, wheelwright Sohst Bros, res 316 Sixth 

Bock George, mill hand Oakland Planing Mills, res 768 Sixth 

Bock Henry O, car repairer S P Co, res 1372 Seventeenth 

Bock Herman, national beer, res 768 Fifteenth 

Bock John, employe Oakland Planing Mills, res 768 Sixth 



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Bock Lizzie Mrs, res 768 Sixth 

Bockelman Harry, saloon, SW cor Felton and Adeline 

Bockius Charles G, insurance agt, S F, res 1020 Chestnut 

Bocqueraz Pierre, capitalist, res 829 Clay 

Bodell Annie M, dressmaker, 210 Second 

Bodell John, teamster, res 210 Second 

Boden Bertha, domestic, 1353 Twelfth ave 

Bodle F S, physician and druggist, 1673 San Pablo ave and W B 

Smith & Co, res 1671 San Pablo ave 
Bodwell J D, supt Pacific Stove Manufacturing Co, res Shell Mound 

Station 
Boehm Max, supt Lusk's Nursery, res 569 Seventh 
Boehmer Fred, student, res 529 Hobart 
Boehmer Rose Miss, general housework, res 513 Frederick 
Boek Herman A, beer bottler, cor Fourteenth and Broadway, res 

768 Fifteenth 
Boenig Herman, coachman, 1354 Eighth ave 
Boequeraz Julie Mrs, res 829 Clay 

Boerner W, laborer Brooklyn Tannery, res Brooklyn Hotel 
Bogart Sarah E Mrs, res 828 Jefferson 
Bogler John F, glazier, res Park Street, Emeryville 
Bogner August, ironer Contra Costa Laundry 
Bohan Elizabeth Miss, domestic, res 1934 Poplar 
Bohan James J, laborer Judson Nail Factory, res 1934 Poplar 
Bohan John, blacksmith R Gilmore, res 2664 Telegraph ave 
Bohan John, printer, res 1934 Poplar 

Bohan Kate Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 712 Third 
Bohan Mary Mrs, res 1934 Poplar 

Bohme Bernhard, clerk Fred Klages, res 1011 Kirkham 
Bohn Celia, domestic, 911 Market 
Bohn Henry, carpenter, bds Capitol Hotel 
Boice Charles De S, insurance agt Fireman's Fund, S F, res 1013 

Seventh ave 
Boilan Bertha Miss, domestic, 1211 Seventh ave 
Boitano Antonio, bootblack, 455 Seventh, res 658 Myrtle 
Boitano Louis, bootblack, NE cor Seventh and Washington, res 

158 Market 
Boitano Mike, bootblack, 403 Fourteenth, res Filbert nr Third 
Boland Thomas Mrs, res 1322 San Pablo ave 
Bolce Edmund S J, clerk Lorenz Bros, 1269 Brush 
Bolce W J, horse trainer, 1269 Brush 
Bolen Mary Miss, cook, res 1264 Fourteenth 
Boles John, laborer, res 1111 Kirkham 
Boles Mary Miss, domestic, res Arlington House 
Bolin Charles, cabinet maker, res 920 Twentv-fourth 
Boll George M, compositor Enquirer, res 1654 Nineteenth ave 
Bolles Amos (Bolles & Wood) res 2235 Elm 
Bollinger John C, real estate, S F, res 1156 Webster 




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Bollman George M, railway news agt S P Co, res 1109 East Sev- 
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Bollman H N Mrs, res 714 Eleventh 

Bollman Samuel P, horticulturist, res 1109 East Seventeenth 
Bolser Emma B Miss, res 1772 San Pablo ave 
Bolser George W, sign painter, 470 Thirteenth, res 1772 San 

Pablo ave 
Bolser H, brakeman S P Co, res 1772 San Pablo ave 
Bolser Horace, painter, res 1772 San Fablo ave 
Bolton A E (Sharp & Bolton) 859 Franklin, res S F 
Bolton George, machinist S P Co, res 1459 Thirteenth 
Bolton George, fireman S P Co, res 1459 Thirteenth 
Bolton George, ship steward, res 1640 Myrtle 
Bolton James W, painter, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove 
Bolza William, grainer, res 515 Sixth 
Bolzer George, painter, res 470 Thirteenth 
Bomgard Annie Miss, weaver cotton mill, res 407 Sixth 
Bomgard Lilly Miss, weaver cotton mill, res 407 Sixth 
Bomgard Mamie Miss, spinner cotton mill, res 407 Sixth 
Bomgard Sol, junk, 407 Sixth 
Bon Charles A, clerk, S F, res 2355 Telegraph ave 
Bon Eliza Miss, res 2355 Telegraph ave 
Bon John B, res 2355 Telegraph ave 
Bon March i (Miss E J Watson) fancy goods, 853 West 
Bond C C, farmer, res 566 Twenty-first 
Bond Frederick, laborer, res 807 Alice 
Bond S D Mrs, dressmaker, 1003|- Broadway, rms 18-21 
Bond William E, solicitor Tribune Publishing Co, res Arlington 

House 
Bonds Mrs, poultry, res end Fruit Vale ave 
Bones Samuel W, conductor S P Co, res 556 East Twelfth 
Bonetti Anton, confectioner, res 562 Seventh 
Bonetti L, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co, quarry Lake 

Shore ave 
Bonham A J, clerk C A Caiy, res 860 Milton 
Bonham J N, plumber and gasfltter, 476 Tenth, res 1860 Market 
Bonham Mary T Mrs, res 626 Eighth 
Boniface John, employe Mountain View Cemetery 
Boniface Sara Miss, teacher Irving School, res 1622 Washington 
Bonifield S H, electrician Pacific Coast Electrical Construction Co, 

res S F 
Bonito J, quarryman, res Temescal 
Bonjour H A, saloon, 1426 San Pablo ave 
Bonnemort Charles M, mining, res 955 Jackson 
Bonnet Southen, res 817 Market 



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Bontau Leonard, carpenter, res 1308 Thirteenth ave 

Bontan Louise M Miss, bookbinder, res 1308 Thirteenth ave, East 

Oakland 
Bon Ton Boat House, W A Duncombe propr, Lake Merritt 
Bon Ton, L Selna & Co proprs, liquors, SE cor Eleventh and 

Broadway 
Bonton Louise Miss, binder Tribune Publishing Co, res 1308 

Thirteenth ave 
Boogar Philip, laborer, res 815 Thirteenth 
Booker George E, mgr Spring Valley Water Co, S F, res 1354 

Brush 
Boole F W, weigher Newport Coal Co, S F, res 913 Poplar 
Boole George, ship builder, S F, res 913 Poplar 
Boone Jesse T, printer Fonda & Co, res 260 Fifth 
Bocp Alice E Mrs, dressmaker, res 815 Henry 
Boop Mattie J Miss, dressmaker, res 815 Henry 
Booth A L, Piedmont Land Co, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Booth Baxter, asst supt Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 853 Castro 
Booth Edward, journalist, S F, res 1220 Harrison 
Booth John W, nailer nail works, res 653 Seventh 
Booth William, res 1220 Harrison 

BORDEN RHODES' attorney-at-law, 957-965 Broadway, rm 17 
Bordman Joseph, electric penman S P Co, S F, res 821 Magnolia 
Bordnan L E, res 710 Ninth 
Bordoni Elisee, peddler, res 653 Madison 
Borein P R, county tax collector, res 1002 Webster 
Borge Frank, teamster, res 1357 Thirteenth 
Borge Manuel, bootblack, res 1357 Thirteenth 
Borge Mary A, washerwoman, res 1357 Thirteenth 
Borgeson Charles J, showcase mfr, S F, res 985 Willow 
Borgna William, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Borillo A, quarryman, res Temescal 
Borillo Jose, quarryman, res Temescal 
Borland Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 1059 Jackson 
Borland Archie, mining operator, res 1925 Webster 
Borland Archie Jr, res 1925 Webster 
Borland David C, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res 215 

Twelfth 
Borland James, carpenter, res 966 Twenty-first 
Borland Lula Miss, folder Pacific Press, res 966 Twenty-first 
Bormann Albert H, butcher, res 221 Third 
Bornhauser Henry, brewer, res 809 Center 

Bort Idell Miss, saleslady Bennison & Liebmann, res 1440 Filbert 
Bort Lydia A Mrs, res 1440 Filbert 

Bortree David E, clerk police court, City Hall, res 572 Seven- 
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Boscocci Peter, ashman, res 1405 Thirteenth 
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Boscoccia Eugene, distributer Contra Costa Laundry 

Boscoccia Natal e, distributer Contra Costa Laundiy 

Bosilini John, ashman, 1260 Center 

Bosken M M Miss, teacher, res 1353 Webster 

Boss Joseph, baker New York Bakery, res 908 Broadway 

Boss Martin, milling engineer, res 934 Linden 

Bossard Frank, florist and nurseryman, w s Humboldt ave nr 
Claremont, Temescal 

Boston Advertising Co (A N Shearer, G W Edwards and E J 
Cavanaugh) advertising agts, 911 Broadway 

Boston Fresco Co ; Edgar D Parker mgr, 458 Ninth 

Bostwick M Mrs, res 1254 Webster 

Bostwick Mattie P Mrs, res 918 Sixteenth 

Bostwick W J, professor of music, res Willson House 

Boswell James W, cigars and tobacco, 468 Seventh, res 858 Clay 

Boswell W H, mill hand Oakland Planing Mills, res cor Thirty- 
ninth and Broadway 

Bosworth Lonnie Miss, dressmaker, res 511 Seventeenth 

Bosworth S F Mrs, mgr W C T U Coffee and Tea Rooms, res 476 
Twelfth 

Bothwell Richard, farmer, res 1314 Twelfth ave 

Bottazini Louis A, pressman Enquirer Printing Office, res 856 
Harrison 

Bottini Louis, driver French Laundiy, res 690 Twenty -ninth 

Bottomly Isaac, saloon, cor College ave and Hudson 

Boudreau Adolph, harness and saddlery, 820 Broadway, res 839 
Franklin 

Boughton H J, physician and surgeon, 854J Broadway, rm 3 

Boulger John A, foreman painter S P Co, res 815 Wood 

Boullet Elmira Miss, res 259 Twelfth 

Boiillet Louise Mrs, res 259 Twelfth 

Bouquet Frank, barber, res 1003 Franklin 

Bourget Joseph, blacksmith F Sicotte & Son, res 864 Willow 

Bourgin Pierre, locksmith, res 866 Isabella 

Bourne — , employe pottery, res 619 Park ave, rear 

Bourne May Miss, student, res 616 Twelfth 

Bourne Rebecca Mrs, music teacher, res 616 Twelfth 

Bourne R P Mrs, music teacher, res 616 Twelfth 

Bours Carmen, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Dolores Miss, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Luz, res 520 S} T camore 

Bours M Mrs, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Manuela, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours Maria Miss, res 520 S} 7 camore 

Bours Rafaela, res 520 Sycamore 

Bours T R, res 520 Sycamore 

Boursie Edward, capitalist, res 1520 Curtis 

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Bouton Albert A, salesman Scott & McKenzie, res 674 Sixteenth 

Bouton Fannie E Miss, res 571 East Twenty-third 

Boveroux George L, bookkeeper S P Co, S F, res 1077 Twelfth 

Bow Margaret Miss, 1929 Telegraph ave 

Bowden Alice Miss, res cor East Twelfth and Park, Fruit Vale 

Bowden Christina Miss, res cor East Twelfth and Park, Fruit 

Vale 
Bowden Eliza Mrs, res cor East Twelfth and Park, Fruit Vale 
Bowden S H N Mrs, res cor East Twelfth and Park, Fruit V ale 
Bowen Abbie Miss, res 663 Grove 
Bowen Alice B Miss, r s 1401 Eighth ave 
Bowen Andrew, boiler maker Oakland Boiler Works, res 1711 

Linden 
Bowen C A, carpenter, res 663 Grove 
Bowen Charles E, salesman Sherwood & Sherwood, S F, res 1401 

Eighth ave 
Bowen Lulu Miss, res 312 Fifth 
Bowen Marshall \V, carpenter, res 1667 Broadway 
Bowen Pardon M (Bowen & Co) res 1303 Chestnut 
Bowen Thomas W, carpenter, res 312 Fifth 
Bowers Carman, res 520 Sycamore 
Bowers Leek, res 520 Sycamore 
Bowers Manuel R, res 520 Sycamore 
Bowers M. Mrs, ladies' nurse, 1113 Broadway, rm 12 
Bowers Mary E Mrs, res 710 Thirty-fourth" 
Bowers N E Mrs, res 710 Thirty-fourth 
Bowers William, mining ^ec^S F, res 332 Prospect ave 
Bowes Annie A Miss, dressmaker, res 516 Fifth 
Bowie H R, asst weigher U S custom house, S F, res 1136 Filbert 
Bowles Charles, carpenter, res 579 East Twelfth 
Bowles Charles M, artist, res 963 Seventh 
Bowles P E, mgr warehouse, S F, res 957 Linden 
Bowley William, capitalist, res Tubbs Hotel 
Bowman Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Bowman A W Jr, res Vernal ave, Piedmont 
Bowman A W, mgr Sarsfield Remedies Co, S F, res Vernal ave, 

Piedmont , 

Bowman C Mrs, res 669 East Twenty- fourth 
Bowman Charles, fireman, res 669 East Twenty-fourth 
Bowman Charles, mining agt, res 418 Fifth 
Bowman Charles A, clerk Bowman & Son, res 630 Ninth 
Bowman Charles H, storekeeper S P Co, res 974 Center 
Bowman Eustace P, broker, S F, res 118 Fourth 
Bowman Henry (Bowman & Son) res 630 Ninth 
Bowman John, gardener, res 1054 Broadway 
Bowman Lillian E Miss, res 118 Fourth 
Bowman Peter, laborer pottery, res NW cor Park ave and Den- 

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BOWMAN & SON (Henry and W J) druggists, 951 Broad- 
way 

Bowman William J (Bowman & Son) res 630 Ninth 

Bowman William J. clerk Bowman & Son, res 630 Ninth 

Bowser Rufus, brakeman S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 

Bowser Samuel, railroad laborer, res cor Forty-second and Tele- 
graph ave 

Bowstead E Mrs, res 1068 Eighteenth 

Bovamval Alma, wine salesman, res 571 Fifth 

Boyce Chester C, cotton mills, res 567 Sixth 

Boyce John B, tallyman Taylor & Co, res 671 Fourth 

Boyce R W Mrs, res 671 Fourth 

Boyce Shepherd B (Harrison & Boyce) res Market Street House 

Boyce William D, furniture factory, 960 Franklin, res 532 Thirty- 
first 

Boyd Charles E, dealer fish bait, s s Division nr Bay 

Boyd David I, res 1439 Market 

Boyd Edward, salesman C W Kinsey, res cor Twentieth and 
Castro 

Boyd Emma H Miss, proof-reader Pacific Press, res 708 Eleventh 

Boyd Josephine Miss,, res 1439 Market 

Bcvd Luella Miss, res 778 Eleventh 

Boyd Robert O, res 778 Eleventh 

Boyd William M, clergyman, S F, res 466 Plymouth ave 

Boyden A M, carpenter, 522 Sixteenth, res 963 Jefferson 

Boyden W B Capt, cashier Salvation Army, res 317 Eighth 

Boyer A, res Pagoda Hill bet Vernon and Claremont aves 

Boyer Al, fireman, res 1713 Seventh 

Boyer Andrew, coachman Seth Richards, res cor Webster and 
Orchard 

Boyer Annie Mrs, res cor Webster and Orchard 

Boyer Arthur, fireman, res 1713 Seventh 

Boyer Charles C, res 418 Twelfth 

Boyer Henry, news agt, 1704 Seward 

Boyer H P, machinist, res 142 Hannah 

Boyer James D, atty, res Pagoda Hill bet Vernon and Claremont 
. aves, North Temescal 

Boyer M Mrs, res 1704 Seward 

Boyer Robert J, shorthand reporter, res 1704 Seward 

Boyer Thomas F, moulder, res 514 Fifth 

Boyland Joseph H, carpenter, res 371 Tenth 

Boyle Charles, sailor, bds 570 Broadway 

Boyle John, laborer, bds Winthrop House 

Boyle L, piler Pacific Iron and Nail Co 

Boyle Mary, domestic S T Alexander, 1006 Sixteenth 

Boyle Michael, peddler, res 512 Fifth 

Boyle Neil, laborer S P Co, res 720 Linden 

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Boyle Patrick, gardener, res 263 East Sixteenth 

Boyle Patrick, peddler, res 512 Fifth 

Boyle Timothy, longshoreman, res cor Wood and Pacific 

Boynton Alice Miss, res 959 Clay 

Boynton Charles A, salesman, S F, res cor Howe and Howard 

Boynton G F, ship joiner, res 959 Clay 

Boynton G W, carpenter, 363 Thirteenth, res 1955 Grove 

Boynton Samuel S, barkeeper, res St John House 

Boy sen A, res 416 Seventh • 

Bovsen T, res 416 Seventh 

Braasch Claus, saloon, Piedmont Junction, res same 

Brabant Charles, res 2109 Elm 

Brabban Dixon, banker, res 769 Twelfth 

Brackett Edward A, switchman S P Co, res 913 Cedar 

Brackett Leonard C, foreman Horace Davis, S F, res 1106 Wood 

Brackett Orrin J, photographer, res 1469 Grove 

Bracktle Hattie S, milliner, 1916 Broadway 

BRACKTLE W S> manufacturing jeweler, 1016 Broadway, res 

2236 Telegraph ave 
BRACKTLE W S MRS & CO (W S Bracktle) flower and feather 

store, 1016 Broadway 
Bradbury Elizabeth Mrs, res 1028 Tenth 
Bradbury Helen L Miss, res 1028 Tenth 
Bradbury John L, mining supt, res 1028 Tenth 
Bradbury L L, res 959 Twelfth 

Bradbury Marcia G Mrs, teacher Lafayette School, res 523 Jones 
Bradford Mrs, res Oriental House 
Bradfordtl A S, shipping clerk California Hosiery Co, res 1729 

Myre 
Bradford Jennie Mrs, res 568 East Fourteenth 
Bradford Joseph F, real estate, S F, res 681 East Thirty-second 
Bradford Matthew C, carpenter, res 568 East Fourteenth 
Bradford M E Miss, res Beulah Park 
Bradford M J Mrs, res Beulah Park 
Bradford William J, laborer, res 1156 Union 
Bradley Anna Miss, domestic, 2029 West 
Bradley A S, photographer, res 957 Grove 

Bradley Asa M, foreman Cal Furniture Co, S F, res 484 Edward 
Bradley Carrie Miss, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 
Bradley C B Rev, teacher State University, res 668 Eighteenth 
Bradley Charles, plumber Burtchaell & Crowley, res 465 Twentieth 
Bradley Charles, painter, res Winters Hotel 
Bradley Ernest W, physician, res 618 East Fourteenth 
Bradley Fred, brakeman S P Co, res 1803 Seventh 
Bradley James, gardener, res 465 Twentieth 
Bradley John T, mining, res 364 Fourteenth 
Bradley Joseph, with P H McGrew, res East Oakland Hotel 
Bradlev Laura V Miss, res 523 Jones 



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Bradley Lucy Miss, res 364 Fourteenth 

Bradley Mary, domestic, 620 East Sixteenth 

Bradley Mary Miss, res 364 Fourteenth 

Bradley M J Mrs, res 660 Twenty-fifth 

Bradley Nicholas, plasterer, res 1415 Eleventh 

Bradley Thomas, contractor, res 1463 Castro 

Bradley William, engineer S P Co, res 829 Cedar 

Bradshaw Charles, hostler Wm Owens, res SE cor Clay and 
^Twelfth 

Bradshaw John, stableman Fashion Stable, res 370 Eighth 

Bradshaw Julia Mrs, vestmaker, res 355 Tenth 

Bradshaw Mary Miss, res Athol ave, Peralta Heights 

Bradshaw Mary Miss, dressmaker J F Wood, res 44 East Nine- 
teenth 

Bradway H C, blacksmith S P Co, res 1552 Third 

Bradway J R, physician and surgeon, 1003J Broadway, rms 22 
and 23, res 702 Eleventh 

Bradway Royal, fireman S P R R Co, res 1713 William 

Bradway Timothy, res 1713 William 

Brady Andrew, laborer, res 1871 Coss 

Brady E J, fireman S P Co, res 916 Wood 

Brady John, painter, res 651 Linden 

Brady Martin B, cigar mfr, 476 Seventh, res 508J Fifteenth 

Brady T J, plumbing and gastitting, 904 Washington, res 810 
Castro 

Brady William T, painter, res 651 Linden 

Braheny E Mrs, res 569 Fortieth 

Braheny Mary Miss, res 569 Fortieth 

Brain George, plasterer, res 103 Hannah 

Brain George, moulder, res 2020 Chestnut 

Brain Henry, carpenter California Planing Mills, res Eleventh nr 
Powell 

Brainard George W, hostler, res 364 Tenth 

Bralley Nellie Miss, artist, res 1939 Market 

Bralley Patrick, barber, res 1939 Market 

Bramensel Emily Miss, res 1713 Market 

Bramia Mrs, domestic, 953 Castro 

Bramwell J C, real estate, Ninth nr Broadway, res 1068 Broadway 

Branch Fred, clerk, S F, res 1913 Market 

Branch Nellie Miss, cashier L Liebmann, res 1913 Market 

Branch William, foreman Hose Co No 2 Oakland Fire Depart- 
ment, res 1913 Market 

Branch William R, adjuster tax titles, res 1839 Myrtle 

Brand Bros (George Jr, Charles and Fred) mfrs stepladders, 
472 Fourth 

Brand Charles (Brand Bros) res 662 Fifth 

Brand Fred (Brand Bros) res 662 Fifth 

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Brand George Jr (Brand Bros) res 662 Fifth 

Brand Henry, plumber, S F, res 662 Fifth 

Brand John G, barber, S F, res 824 Isabella 

Brand Morton, clerk Charles Bennett, res 662 Fifth 

BRAND ROBERT, superintendent Northwestern Manufacturing 
and Car Co, NE cor Second and Washington, res 1430 Ade- 
line 

Brand William, dyer California Hosiery Co, res 662 Fifth 

Brandon J B Mrs, res 614 Seventeenth 

Brandon William M, real estate, S F, res n s Sutter bet San Pablo 
ave and Adeline 

Brandstetter Joseph, baker, S F, res 227 Eighth 

Brandt B Mrs, res 365 Fourth 

Brandt Fred, helper E F Delger, res Alaipeda 

Brandt Fred H D, house painter, res n s Forty-second nr Grove 

Brandt K, Mrs, res 466 Sixth 

Brangs E E, musician, res 1301 Franklin 

Branks Agnes Miss, res 619 Park ave 

Branks Dora Mrs, res 619 Park ave 

Brann Walla, student, res 378 East Fifteenth 

Brannan A Mrs, groceries, 802 Clay, res same 

Brannan Agnes Miss, res 802 Clay 

Brannan Anna Miss, res 851 Seventeenth 

Brannan Carmilita, finisher California Hosiery Co, res S F 

Brannan Daniel, pottery, SE cor Seventeenth ave and East 
Twelfth, res 851 East Twelfth 

Brannan James J, tinner, res 5 Forty-third 

Brannan James T, propr California Express, res 516 Sixth 

Brannan John, res Piedmont Junction 

Brannan Martha Mrs, res 5 Forty-third 

Brannan Mary Mrs, res 516 Sixth 

Brannan Patrick, hostler Robert Glover, res 470 Ninth 

Brannon James, stableman, res Winthrop House 

Brannon Mary Miss, housekeeper, res 912 Sixth ave 

Branson Ware, sailmaker, res 1007 Fifth 

Branthaven R W, farmer, res 71 4 Twenty-ninth 

Branthaver Daniel, miner, res 1957 Myrtle 

Branthaver H L, atty-at-law and collection agt, 956 Broadway, 
res 1953 Myrtle 

Brashaw Mary, domestic, 44 East Nineteenth 

BRASS WORKS: Hersey & Chloupek proprs, 720 Washington 

Braum C H F, bookkeeper, S F, res 1358 Seventh 

Braun C A Mrs, res 1120 Twelfth 

Braun Frank A, clerk A Vignier, S F, res 1358 Seventh 

Braun H, propr U S Bottling Co, SE cor Webster and Eighth 

Braun John J, salesman C L Taylor, res 8<36 Peralta 

Braun L Miss, res Golden Eagle House 

Braun Louis E, bookkeeper G W McNear, S F, res 1358 Seventh 



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Braun Martin, bartender F Leonhard, res Golden Eagle House 

Braun Michael, res 1123 Filbert 

Brause Gustave, carpenter, res e s Claremont ave nr Telegraph 
ave 

Brawley John, car cleaner S P Co, res 481 Twenty -first 

Bray Edward M (Bray's Sons& Co, S F) res East Fourteenth bet 
Howard and Fruit Vale ave, Fruit Vale 

Bray Gus, grain merchant, S F, res East Fourteenth nr Fruit 
* Vale ave 

Bray H, plasterer, res 612J East Twelfth 

Bray Howard W, res East Fourteenth bet Howard and Fruit 
Vale ave, Fruit Vale 

BRAY ISAIAH general secretary Oakland Y M C A, 865 Broad- 
way, res 716 Ninth 

Bray Jennie Miss, res 1313 Twelfth ave 

Bray Robert A (Bray's Sons & Co, S F ) res East Fourteenth bet 
Howard and Fruit Vale ave, Fruit Vale 

Bray W A, grain merchant S F, res East Fourteenth nr Fruit 
Vale ave 

Bray William, grain merchant, S F, res East Fourteenth nr Fruit 
Vale ave 

Brazzo Jacob, driver, res 712 Myrtle 

Breard Antoine, barber Plante & Journal, res 1654 Seventh 

Brearton Kate Mrs, res 2018 Telegraph ave 

Brearty F J, atty and counselor-at-law, 921 Broadway, rm 10 

Brearty Frank, law student F J Brearty, res SW cor Forty- 
second and San Pablo ave 

Brearty Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 515 Ninth 

BREARTY M E MRS, principal Select Home School, cor San 
Pablo ave and Forty-first, res same (see adv) 

Breck Emma J Miss, res 470 Merrimac 

Breck James, clerk Samuel Breck, res 470 Merrimac 

Breck James, atty-at-law, res 578 Sixteenth 

Breck Louise Miss, res 470 Merrimac 

Breck M Miss, res 470 Merrimac 

Breck Nellie B Miss, res 470 Merrimac 

Breck Samuel, seedsman, S F, res 470 Merrimac 

Breck Samuel Jr, student, res 470 Merrimac 

Bredhoff Charles, bookkeeper, S F, res 1219 Market 

Bredhoff Henry, bookkeeper Clot & Meese, S F, res 1213 Eighth 

Bredhoff Julius, res 1213 Eighth 

Breed Arthur H, clerk, S F, res 1257 Clay 

Breed Daniel, bookkeeper, S F, res 572 Eighteenth 

Breed Daniel C, bookkeeper, res 1257 Clay 

Breed Helen E Mrs, teacher Lafayette School, res 1257 Clay 

Breen John, cigar mfr, res 2013 San Pablo ave 

Breen Kathleen V, res 1375 Madison 

Breen Matthew, laborer, res 766 Fifth 



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Breen Thomas, carpenter, res 1318 Kirkham 

Breen William, cigar mfr Robert Kuerzel, res 522 Second 

Bregers Charles W, butcher Elk Horn Market, res 818 Twenty- 
seventh 

Bregers T W, butcher, res 818 Twenty-seventh 

Brehm Agnes Mrs, res 1812 San Pablo ave 

Breiling Adolph, butcher Western Market, res 1473 Eighth 

Breiling Emil, butcher Western Market, res 1473 Eighth 

Breiling John Mrs, propr Western Market, 1473 Eighth 

Breiling Oscar, butcher Western Market, res 1473 Eighth 

Bremler Adolph, peddler, res 963 Harrison 

Bremmerley Albert, res 489 Orchard 

Bremmerley Nettie Miss, student, res 489 Orchard 

Brendemuhle A, fruit grower, res end Fruit Vale ave 

Brendt Rebecca Mrs, res 466 Sixth 

Brennan Charles D, railroad employe, res 963 Fifth 

Brennan Daniel, cleaner S P Co, res 963 Fifth 

Brennan Fred, cigar maker, res 963 Fifth 

Brennan John, capitalist, res Piedmont Junction 

Brennan Katherine Mrs, res w s Telegraph ave bet Fortieth and 
Forty-first 

Brennan Louise A compositor, res 963 Fifth 

Brennan Thomas H, cooper, res cor Eighth and Clay 

Brennen Michael, stair builder, S F, res 914 Chester 

Brennen T L, res 914 Chester 

Brennen William H, painter, res 212 Third 

Brensel John, teamster, res 816 Twenty-seventh 

Brereton J M, groceries, cor Twenty-fourth and Linden, res 2018 
Telegraph ave 

Breseno Frank A, sash and doormaker, S F, res 618 Filbert 

Bresnahan M, laborer S P Co, res 1765 Seventh 

Bresnehan Thomas, carpet beater, res 525 Eighth 

Bresnehen Mitchell, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Brett E C Mrs, res 562 Thirteenth 

Brett Mabel Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 562 Thirteenth 

Breuer Antonio, carver, res 1660 Seventh 

Breuer Herman, grocer, S F, res 1055 Wood 

Breuer Herman, groceries, 2207 San Pablo ave 

Brevator John, brakeman S P Co, res 875 Washington 

Brew Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Brewer Annie W, teacher, res 578 Thirteenth 

Brewer Antone, carver, S F, res 1660 Seventh 

Brewer Elizabeth Mrs, res 1350 Franklin 

Brewer John H, atty-at-law, S F, res 578 Thirteenth 

Brewer Mary Mrs, fancy goods and notions, 1660 Seventh 

Brewer Otto, gilder, res 1660 Seventh 

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Brewster Christina Mrs, propr Oakland House, SE cor Third and 

Broadway 
Brewster D Mrs, res 870 Castro 
Brewster Jessie Miss, re« 559 Caledonia ave 
Brewster John, painter, res East Oakland Hotel 
Brewster Lizzie J Miss, res 918 Moss ave 
Brewster William C, foreman broom factory Home for the Adult 

Blind, res 918 Moss ave 
Briant E E Mrs, res 1263 Twelfth ave 

Briant George, janitor Franklin School, res 1263 Twelfth ave 
Briard Antoine, barber, res 478 Seventh 
Brice John, foreman S P Co, res 1057 East Eleventh 
Brickett M Mrs, res 222 Ninth 
Bridge and Building Department SPR R Co, SE cor Atlantic 

and Cedar 
Bridge Ellen Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Bridge George, waiter, cor Fourteenth and Union 
Bridge Herbert, farmer, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Bridge John, laborer, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Bridge Joshua, laborer, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Bridge Thomas, farmer, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Bridge William, dairyman, East Oakland, res cor Fruit Vale ave 

and Old County Road 
Bridges Harry W, conductor S P Co, res 454 East Eleventh 
Bridges Martin M, wood, coal and coke dealer, NE cor Sixth and 

Washington, res 952 Thirty -fifth 
Bridgman Caleb B, carpenter and joiner, res SW cor Filbert and 

Third 
Bridgman Edward C, carpenter, res 865 Twenty-second 
Bridgman William C, sticker hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 760 

Fifth 
Brier A, gardener, res cor Webster and Orchard 
Brier Columbus, teacher Urban School, S F, res 522 Twenty-sec- 
ond 
Brier Martha Miss, res 522 Twent} 7 -second 
Brier Rose Miss, res 522 Twenty-second 
Brierton John M, merchant, res 2018 Telegraph ave 
Brierton Stewart, res 2018 Telegraph ave 
Briggs Annie F Miss, res 524 Thirteenth 
Briggs Chester G, contractor, res 527 East Fourteenth 
Briggs Christina Mrs, res 1312 Tweifth ave 

BRIGGS LER0Y H> millinery, 1107 Broadway, res 524 Thirteenth 
Briggs L H Mrs, millinery, res 524 Thirteenth 
Briggs Minnie Mrs, res 524 Thirteenth 
Brigham C O (Brigham, Hoppe & Co, S F) res 1019 Oak 
Brigham Frank E, res 1007 Oak 
Brigham Frank E, res 1019 Oak 
Brigham L A Miss, res 1019 Oak 



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Bright Frederick, plumber, res 625 Chestnut 

Brim John W, farmer, res 952 Myrtle 

Brim Thomas, student, res 952 Myrtle 

Brines Charles, cleaner S P Co, res 1758 Seventh 

Brings Augustus, meter inspector, res 940 Pine 

Brink E, carpenter, res 409J Twelfth 

Brink Gerda C Mrs, res 767 Fourteenth 

Briones B (Miranda & Briones) res 511 Eighth 

Briones C, barber, 479 Eighth, res Seventh above Pine 

Briones C M, saloon, res 1014 Fifth 

Briones G J, barber, res 1762 Seventh 

Briones Ramon L, barber, 844 Broadway, res 371 Tenth 

Briscio Charles, baker, res 456 Twenty-first 

Briseno Anton, glazier California Door Co, res 618 Filbert 

British America Assurance Co of Toronto, H Griffin agt, 958 

Broadway 
Brittell Joseph, groceries, 1269 Cypress, res 1407 Sixteenth 
Britton Frank B, clerk, S F, res 1067 Sixteenth 
Britton John A, sec Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 814 

Grove 
Britton Patrick, employe California Stone Works, res 870 Lydia 
Britton William W, atty-at-law, S F, res 1067 Sixteenth 
Broad Charles A, boots and shoes, res cor Thirtv-sixth and Mar- 

ket, Temescal 
Broadway Passenger Depot S P Co, Seventh bet Broadway and 

Washington 
Broad well M L (Towle & Broadwell) res 216 Eleventh 
Brock Aaron T, student, res East Fourteenth bet Park and Julia 
Brock Christie L, messenger Oakland Bank of Savings, res 1458 

Broadway 
Brock George, house painter P N Kuss, res 409 Thirteenth 
Brock George W, painter, res 1561 San Pablo ave 
Brock George W Mrs, proprietor Cable Restaurant, 1561 San 

Pablo ave 
Brock Jacob W, bartender, S F, res 1256 Kirkham 
Brock Jessie Miss, res 1561 San Pablo ave 
Brock J M, merchant, Oroville, res 1458 Broadway 
Brock Josie Miss, res 1561 San Pablo ave 
Brock S Mrs, res 1030 Peralta 

Brockelman B H, baker Philadelphia Restaurant, res 728 Twelfth 
Brockelman Kate Miss, domestic, 565 Eleventh 
Brockhage Frank E, searcher of records, S F, res 765 Eighteenth 
Brockhage Fred A, carpenter, res 765 Eighteenth 
Brockhage John F, searcher of records, S F, res 765 Eighteenth 
Brockhage Kate E Miss, res 765 Eighteenth 
Brockhurst Annie Miss, domestic, 761 Fourteenth 
Brode R, blacksmith, cor Eighth and Clay, res 561 Eighth 
Broderick Charlotte Mrs, res 1706 Seward 



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Broderick C VV, machinist S P Co, res 5 Maple 
Broderick Edward, horseshoer Whitney, San Francisco and Oak- 
land Transfer Co, res 862 Franklin 
Broderick John, res 813 Filbert 
Broderick Patrick, laborer, res 813 Filbert 
Broderick Richard, plumber, Filbert bet Fourth and Fifth 
Broderick W F, clerk W B Hardy, res 1706 Seward 
Broderick William, plumber T J Brady, res 813 Filbert 
Brodie Charles A, conductor S P Co, res 734 Chester 
Brodier Carrie, helper California Hosiery Co, res Alameda 
Brodigan Maggie Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Brodt A W, farmer, res 363J Twelfth 
Brodt A W Mrs, artist, res 363£ Twelfth 
Brokamp Benjamin, tailoi, 480 Eighth, res same 
Brokaw E B Mrs, res 1015 Linden 

Brokow George, gardener H Benclel, res NE cor Third and Alice 
Brolly A B, engineer steamer Oceanic, res 1325 Alice 
Bromley Charlotte E Miss, curator East Oakland Reading Room, 

res 1112 Eleventh ave 
Bromley John L, atty-at-law and real estate, 864J Broadway, res 

371 Fifth 
Bromley. Thomas L, artist, 864J Broadway, res 371 Fifth 
Bromwell L L, California Insurance Co, S F, res 126 Ninth 
Broneer Carl W, restaurant, S F, res 696 Twenty-fifth 
Bronsdon Ulysses P, apprentice binder Tribune Publishing Co, res 

1773 Seventh 
Bronson Horace H, yardman S P Co, res 1255 Center 
Bronson H W, fireman California Hosiery Co, res 570 Sixteenth 
Brook L M Mrs, res 1111 Adeline 
Brook W P, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 
Brooke Charles Sr, pictorial sign painter, res 1254 Eighth 
BROOKLYN BREWERY, Schmidt & Schoenfelder proprietors, 

SW cor Eighteenth ave and East Fourteenth 
Brooklyn Council No 50, United Friends of the Pacific, 764 East 

Twelfth 
Brooklyn Engine House, Brooklyn Engine No 4, Clinton Hook 

and Ladder No 2, East Fourteenth bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth aves 
Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad, E C Sessions pres, W W Gill 

sec, office 1106 Broadway 
BROOKLYN HOTEL, H H Wiggin proprietor, cor Twenty-second 

ave and East Twelfth 
Brooklyn Lodge No 225, F and A M, meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 

555 East Twelfth 
Brooklyn Lodge No 3, Ancient Order United Workmen, meets 

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Brooklyn Lodge No 32, Knights of Pythias, meets 764 East 

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Brooklyn Lumber Yard, E M Derby & Co proprs, foot of Thir- 
teenth ave 

Brooklyn Market, Charles Bitterman propr, 765 East Twelfth 

Brooklyn Presbyterian Church. SW cor East Fifteenth and 
Twelfth ave 

Brooklyn Rebekah Degree Lodge No 12, Independent Order 
Odd Fellows, meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, 555 East Twelfth 

Brooklyn Restaurant, G F Calburg propr, cor East Eleventh and 
Thirteenth ave 

Brooklyn Tannery, G F Christ & Sons proprs, cor East Twelfth 
and Twenty-third ave 

Brooklyn Tivoli, Weiss Maurice propr, SE cor East Twelfth and 
Sixteenth ave 

Brooks Alice Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr Lynde 

Brooks Alpheus B, refiner Arctic Oil Works, res 826 Magnolia 

Brooks Catherine Mrs, res 1630 Union 

Brooks E Mrs, res 359 Tenth 

Brooks Emily Miss, with Mrs M A Thorn, res 703 Twenty-eighth 

Brooks F E, res 518 Fifteenth 

Brooks Frank, asst deputy city clerk 

Brooks Frank H, bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res 560 
Thirty-fifth 

Brooks Harry, bookkeeper, res 1266 Twelfth ave 

Brooks J Mrs, res 561 Eighth 

Brooks J H, freight and ticket agt S P Co, res 1313 Twelfth ave 

Brooks John, propr Artificial Stone W r orks, res 1162 Seventh 

Brooks John C, photographer, res 512 Ninth 

Brooks Joseph F, master mariner, res 826 Magnolia 

Brooks Lafayette (Hayes & Co) res 313 Twelfth ave 

Brooks Minnie Mrs, res 727 Chester 

Brooks N J Mrs, private lodgings, 574 Thirteenth 

Brooks P H, clerk Oregon Improvement Association, bds The 
Centennial 

Brooks Patrick J, waiter Pacific Restaurant, 469 Eleventh, res 
1630 Union 

Brooks Samuel, res 1430 Twenty-third ave 

Brooks William, machinist Judson & Co, res 518 Fifteenth 

Brooks William A, druggist Boericke & Schreck, S F, 574 Thir- 
teenth 

Brooks W E, dentist, 1155 Broadway, rms 16, 17 and 18, res 558 
Nineteenth 

Brophy Nicholas, laborer, res 2239 Peralta 

Brophy Patrick J, carpenter and builder, res 210 B 

Brophy Stephen A, tinner W C White, res East Oakland Hotel 

Brose Robert, driver Dr Lane, Lake Shore ave 

Brosnahan Margaret Mrs, res 1401 Thirteenth 

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Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, meets Odd Fellows' Hall pr\ ■> 
second and fourth Wednesdays each month f^ 

Brouchoud Joseph, artist, res 1415 Eleventh ave H 

. Brough M A, tailor M J Keller, res 1451 Seventh M 

Brough M E Mrs, vestmaker, res 355 Tenth '-"'- — 

Brougher Frederick C, farmer, res 378 East Fifteenth 

Brougher J W, res 378 East Fifteentli 

Brower Blanche S Miss, res 1012 Seventh ave 

B rower Charles, master mariner, res 1430 Tenth 

Brower George W, printer Bancroft History Co, S F, res 1323 
Twelfth ave 

Brower Henry, carpenter, res 832 West 

Brower J N Mrs, teacher Cole School, res 1430 Tenth 

Brower R Clinton (Sears & Brower) res 1430 Tenth 

Brower Thomas J, merchant, res 1012 Seventh ave 

B rowers Henry, overseer City Park, res 832 West 

Brown — , hardware salesman, res Lester House 

Brown A B, barber, res 805 Brush 

Brown Agnes Mrs, res 522 East Fifteenth 

Brown A J (Bodley & Brown) res 1156 Broadway 

Brown Alameda Miss, res 661 Ninth 

Brown Albert (Hamilton & Brown) res 1387 Alice ^ 

Brown Albert L, engineer, res 1276 Seventeenth ave l(l^ 

Brown Alex, blacksmith California Jute Mills, res 677 Third ' \T|| 

Brown Alfred, sailor, res 239 Louise, Watts Tract 

Brown Andrew J, butcher, res 1156 Broadway 

Brown Anna B Miss, school teacher, res 1659 Grove 

Brown Anna F Miss, student, res 2053 Market 

Brown Arthur, supt bridge building S P Co, res 1031 Filbert 

Brown Bell, finisher, res 670 East Eleventh 

Brown Bessie Miss, res 1320 Myrtle 

Brown Brice, expressman, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and Chest- 
nut 

Brown Carrie T Miss, musician, res 667 Eleventh 

Brown Castora M Mrs, res 1276 Seventeenth ave 

Brown Charles, clerk Log Cabin Bakery, res 619 Nineteenth ^M 

Brown Charles, tailor, res 817 Chester ***^i 

Brown Conrad, meter maker Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, 
res Lorin 

Brown Daisv I, res 974 Center 

Brown David A, painter and grainer, res 261 Second 

Brown David J, engineer S P Co, res 1782 Atlantic 

BROWN DUDLEY C (Brown & McKinnon) and councilman Third 
Ward, res 667 Eleventh 

Brown D W, painter, res Birch nr Maple 

Brown E A, wood and coal, 412 and 414 Ninth, res 2429 Pied- 
mont ave 

Brown Edgar C, employe D L Beck, S F, res 408 East Twelfth 



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Brown E C, stoker Engine No 2, Oakland Fire Department, res 

468 Sixth 
Brown Edmund, farmer, res 1267 Brush 
Brown Eletta Miss, res 1209 Clay 
Brown Eliza P Miss, music teacher, res 962 Clay 
Brown Ella O Miss, res 667 Eleventh 
Brown Elmer, livery stable, res 614 Seventeenth 
Brown Eloise Miss, res 661 Ninth 
Brown Emma G, glovemaker, res 562 Ninth 
BROWN E S> receiver Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Co, 

654 Washington, res Stillwater, Minn 
Brown Esther M Miss, res 1276 Seventeenth ave 
Brown F A, contractor, res cor East Twenty-fifth and Thirteenth 

ave 
Brown Francis, carpenter, res Twenty-sixth bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth, East Oakland 
Brown Francis A, contractor and builder, 624 East Twelfth 
Brown Frank, fruit and produce, 1454 Seventh 
Brown Frank, laborer, res 1619 Sixteenth 
Brown Frank, painter, res 517 Ninth 
Brown Frank R, assayer, res 2226 San Pablo ave 
Brown Fred, longshoreman, res cor Forty -second and Telegraph ave 
Brown Flora L Mrs, res 661 Ninth 
Brown Florine Miss, res 1389 Jackson 
Brown George, captain Transit, res 950 Campbell' 
Brown George H Sr, laborer, res 721 East Thirty -fifth 
Brown George Henry, laborer Jute Mills, res 965 Third ave 
Brown George O, jeweler, S F, res 967 Cypress 
Brown Harriet Mrs, domestic, 1353 Tenth ave 
Brown Harry, delivery clerk F R Stevenson & Co, res 767 Grove 
Brown Harry, painter J W Tucker & Son 

Brown Harry, painter Merchant & Armstrong, res 557 Nineteenth 
Brown Harvey S, atty-at-law, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown Harvey Jr, stenographer, res 820 Seventeenth 
Brown Hiram P, atty-at-law, 859 Broadway, res 619 Nineteenth 
Brown Horace, cook, res 1013 Seventh 
Brown Horace P, mgr Carlos White Printing Co, S F, res 661 

Ninth 
Brown Howard W, clerk, res 1564 Seventh 
Brown H P, atty-at-law and publisher, res 619 Nineteenth 
Brown H W, clerk Commissary Department, S F, res 1408 Eleventh 
Brown Indiana Miss, domestic, res 1929 Union 
Brown J Mrs, dressmaker, res 580 Thirty-fourth 
Brown J A, packing foreman Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

1465 Third 
Brown James, spinning foreman California Jute Mills, res 1063 

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Brown James, carpenter, res Tenth 


















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Brown James, teamster, res 776 Seventh 

Brown James, employe California Jute Mills, res 372 East Eleventh 

Brown James A (James A Brown & Co) res San Rafael 

Brown James A & Co (James A and William H Brown) livery 

stable, 510 Thirteenth 
Brown James P, clerk law department S P Co, res 911 Market 
Brown James W, yardman S P Co, res 1677 Fourteenth 
Brown J D, Safe Deposit Bank, S F, res 1073 Seventh ave 
Brown J E, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1756 Seventh 
Brown Jennie Mrs, res 580 Thirty-fourth 
Brown J E H, salesman, S F, re& w s Telegraph ave bet Fortieth 

and Forty-first 
Brown Jerry R, commission clerk Dalton Bros, S F, res 1462 

Twelfth 
Brown J H, with E T Bush, res East Broadway bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth 
Brown J L, asst cashier Wells, Fargo & Co, res Galindo Hotel 
Brown J Mannel, blacksmith, res 621 Hollis 
Brown John, res 738 East Thirty-third 

Brown John, miner, res NW cor Shattuck and Mariposa aves 
Brown John, laborer Jute Mills, res 965 Third ave 
Brown John A, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1465 Third 
Brown John C, captain Transit, res 950 Campbell 
Brown John F, res 738 East Thirty -third 
Brown John J, clerk James Tennant, res 866 Peralta 
Brown Joseph Jr, painter J W Linds y, res 670 East Eleventh 
Brown Joseph C, miller Golden Rule Flouring Mills, res 661 Third 
Brown Joseph W, carpenter, res 818 Willow 
Brown Joseph W, painter J W Lindsey, res 670 East Eleventh 
Brown Julia, domestic, 562 Thirteenth 
Brown J W, switchman S P Co, res 215 Ninth 
Brown L A Mrs, res 470 Edwards 
Brown Leonard D, groceries, res 1220 Castro 
Brown Lewis H, brakeman S P Co, res Johnson House 
Brown L J Mrs, tailoress M J Keller, res Berkeley 
Brown Louise A Mrs, oroceries, res 580 Third 
Brown M, res 1123 Filbert 

Brown Manuel, with John J Gilligan, res 670 Eleventh 
Brown Manuel E, blacksmith, 621 Hollis 
Brown Margaret Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Brown Mary Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 965 Third ave 
Brown Mary A Miss, res cor East Twenty -fifth and Thirteenth ave 
Brown Mary E Miss, shorthand reporter and type writer, res 962 

Clay 
Brown Matilda Mrs, res 2053 Market 
Brown Matthew, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1200 Seventh 
BROWN & McKINNON (Dudley C Brown and John A McKin- 

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Brown Michael, wool sorter California Hosiery Co, res 818 Clay 

B v own Morris, helper S P Co, res 1782 Atlantic 

Brown M P, bookkeeper, 415 Front, S F, res 1120 West 

Brown Nellie P Miss, res 1782 Atlantic 

Brown Orson D, patrolman, res 1439 Filbert 

Brown Patrick, hostler Ninth Street Stables 

Brown P B, supt Presbyterian Mission Sunday-school, res 1712 

Telegraph ave 
Brown P H, barber, 1232 Broadway, 
Brown Ralph, commission merchant, res 1462 Twelfth 
Brown Reuben, ship keeper S P Co, res 1864 William 
Brown Robert, carpenter, res 1607 Myrtle 
Brown Robert H, clerk Bart Morgan & Co, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown Roland G, stock broker, S F, res 1389 Jackson 
Brown Scott, glove cutter, res 1524 Fifth 
Brown Sarah M Mrs, domestic, 1371 Eighth 
Brown Spencer C, real estate, S F, res 470 Edwards 
Brown Susan Mrs, washing and ironing, res 1929 Union 
Brown T A, photographer, S F, res 20 Shotwell. 
Brown T D, commercial agt, res 580 Thirty-fourth 
Brown Thomas, tailor, res 168 Fifth 
Brown Thomas H, lather, res 1221 Kirkham 
Brown Thomas V, blacksmith Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

721 Linden 
Brown Tillie Miss, res 2053 Market 
Brown Victor, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Brown Violet M Miss, res 661 Ninth 
Brown W E, restaurant, 1112 Broadway, res 316 Tenth 
Brown W E, driver Ward Bros, res 475 Eleventh 
Brown W G, res 1715 Seward 

Brown W H, foreman C L Taylor, res 676 East Thirty-second 
Brown William, carpenter, res 1607 Myrtle 
Brown William, longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 
Brown William, painter, res 423 Second 

Brown William H (James A Brown & Co) res San Pablo ave 
Brown William M, physician and surgeon, 854i Broadway, res 

974 Center 
Brown William Z, guard San Quentin, res 814 Lewis 
Brown W L, clerk S P Co, S F, res 126 Eleventh 
Brown W M, brakeman S P Co, res 1161 Fifth 
Browne C W, insurance, S F, res 1015 Sixth ave 
Browne Effie Miss, res 1015 Sixth ave 
Browne Eugene A, job printer Pacific Press, res 1591 Telegraph 

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Browne Evelyn H Miss, res East Twenty-eighth nr Nineteenth 

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Browne Frederick D, civil engineer, res East Twenty-eighth nr 

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Browne Gus E, res 1015 Sixth ave 

Browne India Mrs, res 1015 Sixth ave 

Browne P D, notary public and 'conveyancer, 458 Ninth, res cor 

East Twenty-eighth and Twentieth ave 
Brownell Abner (Brownell & Eddings) res 767 Seventeenth 
Brownell Don Carlos, salesman, S F, res 667 Fifteenth 
Brownell & Eddings (Abner Brownell and W C Eddings) saloon, 

1251 San Pablo ave 
Brownell Emily A V Mrs, physician, res 1352 Harrison 
Brownell H M (Brownell & West) res 611 Fifteenth 
Bruce Henry, asst foreman S P Co, res 1309 Thirteenth 
Bruce Henry, shipwright, res 1369 Eighth 
Bruce John M, gardener Dr T H Pinkerton, East Twenty-seventh 

bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth aves 
Bruce John R, carpenter, res 1653 Seventh 
Bruce Katie Miss, res 1369 Eighth 
Bruce Maxwell M, salesman, res Arlington House 
Bruce Samuel J, agt Kohler & Chase, res 1462 Curtis 
Bruce W D, engineer S P Co, res 1008 Pine 
Bruco W H, painter, res Union Hotel 
Bruder John, gardener, res 941 Filbert 
Bruder John, gardener, res 942 Linden 
BRUECK WILLIAM A, homeopathic pharmacy, 956 Broadway, 

res 704 Nineteenth 
Bruenn A, physician, res 563 Tenth 

Bruenn Adolph, mfr pianos and dealer music and musical instru- 
ments, 1073 Broadway, res 563 Tenth 
Bruenn Henry H, music teacher, res 563 Tenth 
Bruenn's Piano Factory, Adolph Bruenn propr, 1425 and 1427 

Broadway 
Bruguiere John G, cigars and tobacco, 1174 Broadway, res 306 

Fourteenth 
Bruguiere L G Mrs, res 306 Fourteenth 
Bruhns Julius H, foreman Hart & Brandenstein, S F, res 983 

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Bruml Rachel Mrs, res 325 Ninth 
Brumsey J A, insurance, res Tubbs Hotel 

Brun Martin, bartender F Leonhard, res cor Second and Broadway 
Brundage Catherine Mrs, res 640 Twelfth 

Brunelle Onesime, teamster Remillard Brick Co, bds 560 Second 
Bruning Bros (John H and Henry F) confectioners, 483 Seventh 
Bruning 1 Henry F (Bruning Bros) res 864 Henry 
Bruning John H (Bruning Bros) res 832 Franklin 
Brunje John A (Helmke & Brunje) res SW cor Twenty-third and 

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BRUNJES FREDERICK, groceries, wines and liquors, 701 and 703 

East Twelfth, res 768 East Fourteenth 
Brunjes Frederick Jr, clerk F Brunjes, res 768 East Fourteenth 



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Brunker Alice, finisher Cal Hosiery Co, res 1354 Thirteenth ave 
Brunker Frederick E, stair builder East Oakland Planing Mills, 

res 1354 Twelfth ave 
Brunker Sarah, finisher Cal Hosiery Co, res 1354 Twelfth ave 
Bruno Jacko, quarryman. res Temescal 
Bruno Jacob, res First ave nr Humboldt ave 
Bruno Jose, quarryman, res Temescal 
Bruns J C C, bookkeeper, res 1113 Adeline 
Brunson Horace W, watchman and fireman California Hosier} 7 

Co, res 570 Sixteenth 
Brunson Rose, res 1625 Telegraph ave 

Brunswick (The), A Ross propr, NW cor Ninth and Washington 
Bruntsch Charles C G, custom house broker, res 464 East Twelfth 
Bruse James A, res Tubbs Hotel 
Brusie James, capitalist, res 570 Thirteenth 
Brusie Lulu M Miss, res 570 Thirteenth 
Bruso & Townsend, painters. 691 East Twelfth 
Brustgrun Frederick, res 2034 Broadway 
Bry Frederick, bartender, res 1610 William 
Bryan A C, carpenter W T Veitch, res 220 Hollis 
Bryan John, laborer S P Co, res 1401 Twelfth 
Bryan Lela M, res 680 Eighteenth 
Bryan Lizzie M, res 680 Eighteenth 
Bryan M A Mrs, res 1360 Webster 
Bryan M J Mrs, res 680 Eighteenth 

Bryant Charles, laborer S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Bryant E F, carpenter, res 960 Clay 
Bryant E L, pooof- reader, res Tubbs Hotel 
Bryant George, janitor Franklin School, res 1263 Twelfth ave 
Bryant Henry, employe Low & Co, res 1736 Linden 
Bryant Louise Miss, type writer and proof-reader Tribune, res 

1019 Brush 
Bryant Samuel A, painter, res 1464 Seventh 
Brvant William H, engineer S P Co, res 985 Pine 
Bryden Arthur A, employe California Cotton Mills, res 975 East 

Fourteenth 
Bryden S W, printer Evening Tribune, res 975 East Fourteenth 
Brydges Ada, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 
Brydges H W, conductor S P Co, res 454 East Eleventh 
Bryne Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 1401 Twelfth 
Buchanan Alex, engine foreman S P Co, res 555 Caledonia ave 
Buchanan James, gardener, res 1929 Telegraph ave 
Bucher William E, brickmaker, res 718 Castro 
Buchese Ernest, bookkeeper Brooklyn Brewery, res 869 East 

Fourteenth 
Buchman H, junk dealer, res 219 Second 
Buck C P H, insurance agfc, res 545 Thirty-sixth 
Buck Herbert, res 628 Fourteenth 



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Buck Horn Saloon, Schular & Halath proprs, SW cor Telegraph 
ave and Fortieth 

Buckbee Martin, laborer S P Co, res 217 Helen 

Buck el Annette, physician, res 952 Fourteenth 

Buckelew A Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew A Mrs, dressmaker, 1103* Broadway, rms 14, 15 and 
16 

Buckelew Amanda Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew J B Mrs, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew Lillie C Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew Mary F Miss, teacher Cole School, res 700 Thirty- 
fourth 

Buckelew Minnie E Miss, teacher Durant School, res 700 Thirty- 
fourth 

Buckhard Adolph, butcher William Long, res Charter Oak Hotel 

Buckhout Adna H, hot air grates, res 606 Sixteenth 

BUCKINGHAM L MRS, employment office, res 510 Fifteenth 

Buckingham Robert H, res 510 Fifteenth 

Buckley A D, employe S P Co, res 821 Filbert 

Buckley C K, capitalist, bds Ross House 

Buckley Cornelius, lumberman E B Dean & Co, res 702 Brush 

Buckley Daniel, laborer S P Co 

Buckley Edward D, employe S P R R, res 821 Filbert 

Buckley Frank E, clerk, res 1152 Broadway 

Buckley Horace F, farmer, res 1168 Eighth ave 

Buckley J L, res Union Hotel 

Buckley John L (Lewis & Co, S F) res Claremont ave nr College 
ave, Temescal 

Buckley Joseph H, carpenter, w s Lusk cor Forty-second 

Buckley Juliet Mrs, res NE cor Third and Brush 

Buckley Milton, machinist, S F, res 1060 Poplar 

Buckley Philip, quarry man Alameda Macadamizing Co 

Buckman Annie Mrs, nurse, res 980 Fifth ave 

Buckna Mary Mrs, res 625 Tenth 

Bucovich Abraham, junk dealer, res 725 Alice 

Bucovich Gustie Miss, res 725 Alice 

Bucovich Henry, cigar maker H Robinson, res 725 Alice 

Budde Mamie Miss, res 717 Fourth 

Budde Theodore F E, second officer steamer Alameda, res 714 
Fourth 

Buddington Ellen Mrs, res 963 Chester 

Budrovich N, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Buel Emma W Miss, res 363 East Twelfth 

Buel E L Miss, art embroidery, 1014 Broadway, rms 22 and 23 

Buel F Mrs, res 363 East Twelfth 

Buel Rosa M Miss, bookkeeper Truckee Lumber Co, S F, res 363 
East Twelfth 

Buelna G Mrs, res 1066 Eleventh ave 



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Burlington J M, mining sec, S F, res 963 Oak 

Buffington William H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1020 Chester 

Bugbee Sumner W, architect, S F, res Hotel Merritt 

Biihn Amelia, domestic, res 1018 Peralta 

Buhner Albert Lieut, U S Revenue Marines, res 969 Kirkham 

Buhsen Dedrich, capitalist, res 1802 William 

Buhsen J D, res 1802 William 

Buhsen House, N D Buhsen propr, 1803 Seventh 

Buhsen Nicholas D, groceries and liquors, 1801 Seventh, res 1803 
Seventh 

Bulin Charles, bench hand Ingler & Atkinson, res 920 Twenty- 
fourth 

Bulkley Katie A Mrs, teacher Field Seminary, res 1060 Poplar 

Bulkley Milton, clerk, res 1060 Poplar 

Bull. George M, compositor Enquirer, res 1654 Nineteenth ave 

Bull Mary D Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 658 Eighth 

Bullen A M Mrs, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Bullen H S, clerk J Dillon, res 1367 Broadway 

Bullerdieck A Mrs, res 866 Peralta 

Bullock B, res 511 Twenty-fourth 

Bullock Ella L, res 970 Market 

Bullock Harry, plumber J C Bullock, res 1626 Twelfth 

Bullock Harry C, tinsmith, res 816 Cedar 

Bullock H E, mgr Pioneer Excursion Co of California, 950 
Broadway, res 970 Market 

Bullock J C, tinning, plumbing and gasfltting, 1706 Seventh, 
res 1626 Twelfth 

Bullock Margaret M, res 970 Market 

Bullock William, brakeman S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 

Bullus J J, merchant, res 1423 Twelfth ave 



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£2 +» a Bunker George H, restaurant, res 714 Chester 

^.jj" Bunker Mary Miss, res 582 East Twelth 

£3 3 tf Bunker William Mrs, res 122C Harrison 

g * M Bunnell Edwin F, dentist, S F, res 1955 Telegraph ave 

Bunnell George Woodbury, professor Greek, State University, 

H9 ^P* res 1^55 Telegraph ave 

Bunner Elizabeth C Miss, teacher South Cosmopolitan School, 

S F, res 961 Third ave 
Bunner John C Capt, res 961 Third ave 
Burbank Carrie G Miss, res 1872 Telegraph ave 
Burbank C F Mrs, res 763 Eighth 
Burbank Harriet S Mrs, res 1372 Telegraph ave 
Burbank L D Mrs, res 1372 Telegraph ave 
Burbank Mary F Miss, res 763 Eighth 
Burbank S F, clerk M T Dusinbury, res 763 Eighth 
Burbank William F, asst editor Enquirer, res 763 Eighth 
Bur beck George, teller First National Bank, res 1259 West 
Burchard L S, physician, 1103J Broadway, rms 6 and 7, res 678 

Fourteenth 
Burckhalter Charles, asst Chabot Observatory and insurance 

surveyor, res 962 Chester 
Burckhalter H T, agt groceries City Market, stalls 1-7, res 1414 

Tenth 
Burckhelder Henry T, clerk Phelan & Fish, res 1414 Tenth 
Burdett — , res cor East Thirty-second and Union 
Burdett Charles, shoemaker, 1155 East Fourteenth, res Linn 
Burdick Arthur W, student, res 1409 Grove 
Burdick Chris, clerk Oakland Ice Works, res 1229 Webster 
Burdick Dessie, compositor Pacific Press, res Alameda 
Burdick George H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1105 Jackson 
BURDICK J C (Hamilton & Co) res 1059 Clay 
Burdick J F Mrs, res 1014 Broadway 

Burdick M E Miss, music teacher, res Telegraph ave nr Forty- 
eighth, Temescal 
Burdick Sarah C Mrs, res 1555 San Pablo ave 
Burdick S Powell, physician, res 1409 Grove 
BURGANS CHARLES E, proprietor Oakland Gun Store, guns, 

fishing tackle and sporting materials, 517 Seventh 
Burge Frank J, stock broker, 468 Ninth, res 1120 Washington 
Burge J A Mrs, principal Porter School, Alameda, res 1120 

Washington 
Burge John, builder, 1220 Broadway, res 1437 San Pablo ave 
BURGELIN LOUIS, meat market, 1110 Market, res same 
Burger N, laborer S P Co, res 138 Lewis 
Burgess H A Mrs, res 819 Center 



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Burgh Sina, domestic, 1266 Grove 

Burgoa William, res Home for Adult Blind 

Burk F L, reporter Tribune, res S F 

Burke Agnes Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 

Burke Annie Miss, saleslady F W Parker, res Weldon House 

Burke Bernard, laborer, res 688 Twenty -seventh 

Burke Bessie Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 

Burke George, res 270 East Seventeenth 

Burke H Mrs, res 1612 Telegraph ave 

Burke H L Mrs, res 2018 Telegraph ave 

Burke James, with Burtchaell & Crowley, res 1832 Grove 

Burke James, machinist, res Talcott's Dairy 

Burke John K, res 475 Twenty-fifth 

Burke Mary Miss, cook, res 128 Tenth 

Burke Mary Miss, domestic, 698 Thirty-fifth 

Burke Michael, laborer S P Co, res Shell Mound 

Burke Michael, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Fifth 
Powell 

Burke Nellie F, res 1020 Chestnut 

Burke Thomas, gardener A Chabot, res 1832 Grove 

Burke Thomas Jr, plumber, res 1832 Grove 

Burke William, car builder Oakland Planing Mills, res S F 

Burke William, laborer S P Co, res 822 Magnolia 

Burkhard Adolph, butcher William Long, res 1763 Seventh 

Burkhardt Carrie Miss, res 669 Seventh 

Burkhardt Robert W Mrs, res Moss ave nr Ruby, Temescal 

Burkowich Burk, clerk, cor Fourth and Webster 

Burleigh G W, physician, S F, res 778 Eleventh 

Burleigh Jonathan M, res 654 Fifth 

Burley Edward, milkman, res 672 East Thirty -fourth 
i Burley Effie Miss, dressmaker M Milliken, res 672 East Thirty- 
fourth 
! Burley Florence Miss, res 672 East Thirty-fourth 

Burmeister Emma, domestic, res 1160 Eighth 

Burn Lina, domestic, 1020 Fourteenth 

Burner H B, purser, res SW cor Myrtle and Eighteenth 

Burnett Frank, paper hanger C L Taylor, res 523 Eighth 

Burnett H, compositor Enquirer, res cor Eleventh and Washing- 
ton 

Burnett Mina Miss, res 1106 East Twenty-first 

Burnett S A, carpenter S P Co, res 1106 East Twenty-first 

Bnrnett Thomas, gardener, 1267 Sixteenth ave 

BURNETTE DENTAL CO (Levy Wood and W C Barnes) E T 
Burnette manager, 100 4 Broadway 

BURNETTE E T> manager Burnette Dental Co, 1004 Broadway, 
res Hay wards 

Burnham A M, detective, res 1364 Eleventh 

Burnham Charles F, capitalist, res 1705 Broadway 



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Burnham John H, clerk H M Collins, res 1823 Short 

Burnham Lee C, policy writer Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 

1017 Madison 
Burnham M C, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 1077 

Madison 

Burnham () H (Burnham, Standeford & Co) res 1017 Madison Jj 
BURNHAM, STANDEFORD 4C0(OH Burnham, D W Stan- — 

deford and L G Cole) Oakland Pianino- Mills, Washington 

bet First and Second 
Burns C E, clerk, res cor Ninth and Broadway 
Burns Charles E, musician, res 75 Valley 
Burns Charles F, res Fairmont House 
Burns Delia Mrs, res 2027 West 
Burns Delitha Mrs, res 652 Clay 
Burns Emma, dressmaker, res 728 Linden 
Burns Frank N, clerk J R Burns, res 75 Valley 
Burns G A, clerk George H Tay, res Twelfth bet Folsom and 

Powell 
Burns George, shoemaker John Magee, res 728 Linden 
Burns Grace Mrs, res 958 Willow 
Burns G W Miss, res 1312 Grove 
Burns H, draughtsman, res Webster Hotel 
Burns Harry G, with Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 958 Willo w 
Burns Hillory R, porter S P Co, res 220 Fifth 
Burns H Randolph, nurse, res 220 Fifth 
Burns John McKay, laborer S P R R Co, res 1722 Chase 
Burns Margaret Mrs, housekeeper, res 1748 Filbert 
Burns Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 728 Linden 
Burns Mary Mrs, cook, res 723 Myrtle 
Burns Michael, laborer, res 421 B 
Burns Sarah Mrs, res 728 Linden 
Burns Thomas, physician, res 1220 Castro 
Burns Thomas, laborer, res 120 Helen 
BURNS THOMAS R, news and stationery stands, NW cor Ninth 

and Broadway and 455 Seventh, res 75 Valley 
Burns William, printer, res 728 Linden 
Burns William H, capitalist, res 1258 Webster . 
Burns William J, compositor, res East Fifteenth bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth aves 
Burns W S, res 1258 Webster 

Burnton C, foreman binder Tribune Publishing Co, res Alameda 
Burpee Joseph S, builder, res 1412 Castro 

Burpee Lester G, bookkeeper First National Bank, res 756 Six- 
teenth 
Burr G W, painter, res 698 Twenty-fifth 
Burr George W, salesman F Kings, res 1062 Broadway 
Burr Henry P, sea captain, res 1125 Willow 
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Burrall Jessie E Miss, teacher, res 614 Sixteenth 
Burrall Lucia M Miss, type writer and stenographer, res 614 Six- 
teenth 
Burrall Millie L Miss, artist, res 614 Sixteenth 
BURRALL WILL H> notary public, real estate and loan agent, 

466 Ninth, res 614 Sixteenth 
Burrell Albert W (Burrell & Frantz) res 318 Third 
Burrell Alfred W, pres California Bridge Co, S F, res 2214 Tele 

graph ave 
BURRELL & FRANTZ (Albert W Burrell and J M Frantz) real 

estate, 476 Eighth 
Burrell H H, supt California Bridge Co,.S F, res 546 Thirty-fifth 
Burrell P T Mrs, res 1358 West 
Burrell Walter J, clerk S P Co, Erie Block, rm 10 
Burritt Alice Mrs, physician, 1068 Broadway, rms 12 and 14, res 

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Burroughs A, res Pullman Hotel 

Burroughs Charles, merchant, Forbestown, res 825 Fifteenth 
Burroughs David, res 825 Fifteenth 
Burrowes Alice J Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr Lynde 
Burrows David, trimmer Greenhood & Moran, res 1019 Broadway 
Burrows Myrtie Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1014 Broadway 
Burson Adelia A Mrs, res 846 Seventeenth 
Burt Fred L, carpenter, res 1029 Willow 
Burt F L, dentist S P Tate, res 1029 Willow 
Burt James, merchant, res 1029 Willow 
BURTCHAELL & CROWLEY (George T Burtchaell and Daniel 

Crowley) plumbers, gas, and steam and hot water heating, 

1243 Broadway 
Burtchaell G T (Burtchaell & Crowley) res Broadway nr Moss 

ave 
Burton Ett, res Union Hotel 
Burton Harriet Mrs, res 1511 Brush 
Burviz Maria S, res 213 Haven 
Busby Emma Miss, glovemaker Busby's Glove Store, S F, res 

1055 Campbell 
Busby Fred H, glovemaker. S F, res 1112 Nineteenth 
Busby Lizzie Miss, glovemaker Busby's Glove Store, S F, res 1055 

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Busby Mary Miss, res 1055 Campbell 
Busby Michael, glove cutter Busby's Glove Store, S F, res 1055 

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Busby Minnie Miss, foreman Busby's Glove Store, S F, res 1055 

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Bush A McC Mrs, res 1439 Market 

Bush Edward T, butcher, 1223 New Broadway, res 559 Seven- 
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Bush Edwin D, commission merchant, S F, res 320 Durant 



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Bush Henry, deck hand S P Co's boat, res 200 Second 
Bush Josephine Y Mrs, music teacher, res 814 Myrtle 
Bushell Edward A, sign painter, 474 Twelfth, res 462 Twelfth 
BUSHELL HOUSE, Mrs W Sharpe proprietor, 462 Twelfth 
Bussey Martin, carriage washer Fashion Stables, res 919 Jefferson 
Buster Eugene, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Busvek Emma Mrs, res 1512 Ninth 
Buswell A T, bookkeeper Oakland Planing Mills, res Market 

Street Block, cor Seventh and Market 
Buswell D R Miss, res SW cor Sixth ave and Twentieth 
BUSWELL E G> paints, oils and glass, wholesale and retail, 712- 

716 Broadway, res 1414 Sixth ave 
Buswell M L Mrs, res SW cor Sixth ave and Twentieth 
Butcher Bertha Miss, student, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Butcher Frank, Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 
Butcher Mary, res 614 Fourth 

Buteau Frank, salesman W A Rouse & Co, res 476 Eleventh 
Buteau Frank H, clerk, res 527 Jones 
Butler Alice Miss, hairdresser, res 52 Valley 
Butler Bros Knife Co, res 1126 Linden 
Butler C C Mrs, res 600 Seventeenth 
Butler Cecilia, domestic, 1218 Oak 
Butler Charles H (Smith & Butler) res 533 Eighteenth 
Butler Charles M, miner, res 558 East Eleventh 
Butler C M, res 1670 San Pablo ave 
Butler Ellen Mrs, res 313 Fourth 

Butler Fay M, solicitor Tribune Publishing Co, res 958 Grove 
Butler Felix W, carpenter, res 808 Jefferson 
Butler Flora Miss, hosiery department California Hosiery Co, res 

718 Seventh 
Butler Florence Miss, res 1670 San Pablo ave 
Butler Floyd, clerk S F Mint, res 52 Valley 
Butler Frank Mrs, res 1670 San Pablo ave 
Butler Fred K, station agt S P R R, res 558 East Eleventh 
Butler James, saloon, SW cor Fourth and Broadway 
Butler J H, watchman, S F, res 753 Castro 
Butler John, steward Blake House 
Butler John, nurse, res 52 Valley 
Butler John H, porter S P Co, res 1551 Brush 
Butler Josephine Miss, res 313 Fourth 
Butler Mabel Miss, res 1670 San Pablo ave 
Butler Marguerite, domestic, 1387 Alice 
Butler Mary Mrs. res 770 Twenty- second 
Butler Maud C Miss, agt S P Co, Brooklyn Station, res 558 East 

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Butler Nellie Miss, bookkeeper Butler's Cooper Shop, res 313 
Fourth 

Butler P, laborer S P Co, res Berkeley 

Butler Patrick, laborer, res 920 Kirkham 

BUTLER PATRICK T> cooperage, 652 and 654 Broadway, res 
313 Fourth 

Butler Pauline Miss, tailoress, res 313 Fourth 

Butler William, carriage washer William Owens, res SE cor 
Twelfth and Clay 

Butler William, steward steamer Onward, res 52 Valley 

Butson William H, carpenter, res 1321 Ninth ave 

Butt Peter, groceries, 2216 San Pablo ave, res same 

Butterfield Carrie Miss, res 216 Fifth 

Butterfield R, shoemaker Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 216 
Fifth 

Buttlar Charles J R, sec Pacific Iron and Nail Works, S F. res 
. 1468 Twelfth 

Buttler Florence, res 564 Fourteenth 

Buttler H W, carpenter, res 806 Jefferson 

Buttler J H, laborer, res 753 Castro 

Buttler Mary, domestic, 104 East Fifteenth 

BUTTON FRED L, a ttorney-at-law and notary public, 969 Broad- 
way, rm 34, res 815 Myrtle 

Button Orando, carpenter W T Veitch, res 670 Second 

Buyce W, employe California Cotton Mills, East Oakland, res 567 
Sixth 

Buzier Nick, cook Kosta & Co, res 473 Seventh 

Buzior Nic, pantryman Louisville Restaurant, res 831 Franklin 

Buzzine Gerterdo, starcher Contra Costa Laundry 

Buzzini Bossilo, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Byington Fred F, printer Pacific Press, res 663 Nineteenth 

Byington J S Col, insurance mgr, res 709 Tenth 

Byington Samuel, bartender H Inwall, res 818 Clay 

Byington Teresa, compositor Pacific Press, res 663 Nineteenth 

Byler Alexander, with John Knierim, res 1361 Eleventh 

Byler Tyre A, engineer, res 1361 Eleventh 

Bynes John, laborer S P Co, res Kirkham 

Bynum T B Mrs, res 716 Filbert 

Byrn P B Mrs, res cor East Twenty-seventh and Central ave 

Byrne Eliza, res 120 Helen 

Byrne John E, barkeeper, res 825 Adeline 

Byrne John J, employe S P Co, res 824 Kirkham 

Byrnes Mary Mrs, res 723 Myrtle 

Byrns John B, employe S P Co, res 728 Lewis 

Byron Marian Miss, res 480 Edwards 

Byxbee John F, commission dealer lumber, res 810 East Fif- 
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Cabecias William, plumber J C Bullock, re« Magnolia 

Cable Samuel, blacksmith Juclson Manufacturing Co, res 461 

Twenty-second 
Cable Samuel, miner, res 461 Twenty-seeond 
Cabralta Pedro, laborer, res 1015 East Twenty-second 
Cabrill Anton, employe California Jute Mills 
Cabrill Jesse, employe California Jute Mills 
Cabrolle Manuel, yardman CPRR, res 1518 Third 
Caccia A, bottling beer depot, cor Broadway and Twenty-fifth 
Cachel John, grocer, SE cor Goss and Pine 
Cadagan P J, stock broker, S F, bds 579 Sixteenth 
Cade W H, barkeeper Edwin H Campbell, res 1054 Broadway 
Cadman Charles K, plumber, S F, res 1663 Eleventh ave 
Cadman J O, insurance, S F, res Vernon Heights 
Cadogan James J, bookkeeper M Ward & Co, S F, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan John H, clerk Reddington & Co, S F, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan Lawrence F, correspondent First National Bank, S F, 

res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan Patrick A, bank clerk, S F, res 912 Filbert 
Cadogan William, laborer, res 1414 Eighth ave 
Cadoza Antone, laborer S P Co, res foot of Center 
Cadwell Annie Mrs, res 610 East Sixteenth 
Cady Mary E Mrs, employment office, 525 Eighth 
Cady William J, butcher, res 525 Eighth 
Caffey James Mrs, res 1011 Franklin 

Caflisch Leonard, employe Thompson's Bakery, res 2261 Market 
Cahen August, florist, res 1627 Nineteenth ave 
Cahil Peter, gardener, res Booth bet Broadway and Piedmont 
Cahill B Mrs, res 663 Ninth 
Cahill Carrie A, res 663 Ninth 
Cahill Ed, plumber, res 1862 West 
Cahill Edward F, city editor Tribune Publishing Co, res 616 East 

Twenty-second 
Cahill Edw S, editor Tribune, res 1368 Tenth 
Cahill Emett, painter, res 517 Ninth 
CAHILL JAMES (McGovern & Cahill) 1060 Broadway, res 1613 

Myrtle 
Cahill John, plumber, res 1862 West 

Cahill John J, painter John L Cahill, S F, res 862 Twentieth 
Cahill Joseph R, paper hanger, res 707 Brush 
Cahill Maggie A Mrs, fancy goods, 1215 Broadway 
Cahill Maggie J Miss, res 663 Ninth 
Cahill Patrick, foreman elevator works, S F, res n s Sutter nr 

San Pablo ave 
Cahill Patrick, laborer, res 961 Third 
Cahill William H, painter, res 1215 Broadway 



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Cahn August, res 1627 Nineteenth ave 

Cahn Henry (S Calm & Son) res SE cor Eighth and Franklin 

Cahn Maier A, pres W S & O T Co, res 762 Ninth 

Cahn Samuel (S Cahn & Son) SE cor Eighth and Washington, res 
870 Franklin 

Cahn S & Son (Samuel Cahn and Heniy Cahn) cigars and 
tobacco, SE cor Eighth and Washington 

Caig David, mill hand East Oakland Planing Mills, res 1435 
Myrtle 

Cain Patrick, dairyman, res 708 Twenty-seventh 

Cain William, waiter California Restaurant, res 809 Franklin 

Caine E P, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 1359 Brush 

Caine James E, carpenter, res 1359 Brush 

Caire A Miss, res NE cor Eighth and Harrison 

Caire A J, sec Santa Cruz Island Cor, S F, res NE cor Eighth and 
Harrison 

Caire D Miss, res NE cor Eighth and Harrison 

Caire Fred F, clerk J Caire, S F, resNE cor Eighth and Harrison 

Caire H Miss, res NE cor Eighth and Harrison 

Caire Justinian, hardware, S F, res NE cor Eighth and Harrison 

Cairns Elizabeth Mrs, res 932 Fourteenth 

Cajazza John, laborer, res s s Forty -seventh nr Shattuck ave 

Calahan Cornelius, clerk Wm Walsh, res cor Seventeenth and 
Peralta 

Calberg G F, propr Brooklyn Restaurant, res 1116 Ninth ave 

Calden P, res Union Hotel 

Calderwood David, engineer S P Co, res 1811 Short 

Calderwood M Mrs, res 1811 Short 

Caldwell Bert, student, res 378 East Fifteenth 

Caldwell Charles B, foundryman Pacific Press, res 413 Ninth 

Caldwell Charles W, carpenter, res 1080 East Twentieth 

Caldwell Frank C, real estate, 855 Broadway, res 465 Thirteenth 

Caldwell John C, carpenter, res 710 Nineteenth 

Caldwell Louis, clerk Torrey, Whitman & Gardner, res 465 Thir- 
teenth 

Caldwell William A, letter carrier, res 465 Thirteenth 

Caledonian Cleaning and D}dng Works, Alexander McGeoch 
propr, 1324 Telegraph ave 

Calen Anna, domestic, cor Eighth ave and East Twenty-fourth 

Calfisch Leonard, baker, res 2071 Market 

California Bank, 1006 Broadway 

CALIFORNIA COLLEGE (Baptist) Samuel B Morse, D D, presi- 
dent, Rev J Herndon Garnett secretary, Highland Park, 
East Oakland (see adv) 

California Cotton Mills, S W Beaver pres, J Y Millar sec, Wm 
Rutherford supt, nr Park Street Station, East Oakland 

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California Fire and Water Proof Paint Co, W H Lowden pres 
and sec, Samuel Lowden supt, 555 Broadway 

California Hosiery Co, Thomas Crellin pres, John Williams sec 
and mgr, SE cor Jefferson and Second 

California Jute Mill Co, John Robertson supt, Third ave bet East 
Tenth and East Eleventh 

CALIFORNIA LAND AND IMPROVEMENT CO Ezra Barrett 

manager, 457 Tenth 
California Lodge, No 2, O D H S, Henry Langholz pres, H Krake 

vice-pres, C Blessing sec, David Vogt treas, meets at Ger mania 

Hall every Thursday evening- 
California Military Academy, Col W H O'Brien principal, cor 

Telegraph and Prospect aves 
California Nursery Co, George Cary agt, 954 Broadwav 

CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND TERRA COTTA CO, Serrill 

Winsor proprietor, 1172 and 1174 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT, Hallahan Bros proprietors, 854 

Broadway 
California Rose Co, Vernon Heights 

California Tea Co, Lorenzo Lorenzen propr, 1307 San Pablo ave 
CALIFORNIA WINE DEPOT, J C Sullivan & Co proprietors, 

472 Twelfth 
Calistoga Poultry Yard, J McFarling & Co mgrs, N W cor Twelfth 

and Filbert 
Calkin Evelyn Mrs, res 1054 Eighteenth 
Calkin Everell F, solicitor, S F, res 1737 Myrtle 
Calkins Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Calkins Jennie Miss, domestic, 463 Twenty-sixth 
Callagan Ed, laborer S P Co, res 138 William 
Cailaghan Ellen, domestic, 1405 Alice 
CALL AG HAN J* rea l estate and insurance agent and notary 

public, 506 Seventh, res 817J Seventh 
Cailaghan Jennie Miss, res 317 Sixth 
Cailaghan Jeremiah, real estate, insurance and notary public, 506 

Seventh, res 317 Sixth 
Cailaghan John, employe S P Co, res 368 Tenth 
Cailaghan John W, carpenter, res 873 Twenty-sixth 
Cailaghan Joseph L, bookkeeper L Jaffe, and mgr Fifth Infan- 
try Regiment Band, 317 Sixth 
Cailaghan M, helper S P Co, res S F 
Cailaghan Martin, laborer, res 1612 Magnolia 
Cailaghan Michael, laborer S P Co, res 408 Sixth 
Cailaghan Rebecca Miss, res 317 Sixth 
Callahan Addie Mrs, res 761 Castro 
Callahan Bridget, res cor West and William 
Callahan Cornelius, grocer, 1319 Center 
Callahan John, res 1612 Magnolia 
Callahan M, propr Parsons Block, res 61 2 J East Twelfth 



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Callahan Maggie, domestic J Canning, 954 Sixteenth 
Callahan Martin, boiler maker S P Co, res 1612 Magnolia 
Callahan Michael, confectioner, 614 East Twelfth, res 61 2 \ East 

Twelfth 
Callahan William, propr Parsons Blocjc, res 61 2J East Twelfth 
Callan Sarah, domestic, 1114 Jefferson 
Callelotta Agnes Mrs, res 1261 Jefferson 

Callendine G H, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 653 Wash- 
ington 
Calley Elias, printer, S F, res 1320 Myrtle 
Calley E J, salesman, res 1320 Myrtle 
Calley R B, res 1320 Myrtle 

Calloway A W, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
Callundan C F Mrs, res 1025 Willow 
Calnan Cornelius, laborer, res 611 Madison 
Calnan Jane Mrs, saloon, 1403 Thirteenth, res same 
Calnin L Mrs, res 654 Myrtle 

Calou John, washer French Laundry, res 690 Twenty-ninth 
CAL0U PETER; proprietor French Laundry, 690 Twenty-ninth 
Calsins B Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1424 Fifteenth 
Calugri Louis (Martin & Co) res 1259 Clay 
Calvert C C, East Oakland constable, res 1217 Twelfth ave 
Calvert L W, driver Truck No 2, Oakland Fire Department, res 

1064 Twelfth ave 
Calvert May Miss, res 474 East Fourteenth 
Calvin II D, compositor Oakland Times, res 2124 Chestnut 
Calvin James M, branch bakery, 1680 Eighth 
Calvin John F, lather, res 1680 Eighth 
Camblos Frank, res 1726 Ninth ave 
Cameron Ashley D. letter carrier, res 661 East Twelfth 
Cameron D L Mrs,' res 1004 Fifth 
Cameron Duncan, real estate, res 661 East Twelfth 
Cameron Elizabeth Mrs, res 949 Filbert 
Cameron E S Mrs, 1103J Broadway, rms 17 and 18 
Cameron Hugh M, book publisher, res 606 East Eighteenth 
Cameron James, capitalist, res 980 Fifth ave 
Cameron Janet Mrs, groceries, res 874 Twenty-first 
Cameron John J, clerk, 1004 Fifth 
Cameron Maggie Miss, res 1229 Franklin 
Cameron Margaret J Miss, teacher of music, res 1207 Market 
Cameron Nancy N Mrs, dressmaker, res 1207 Market 
Cameron Peter A (Cameron & McDonald) res 722 Eighteenth 
Cameron Truman, carpenter, res 876 Twenty-first 
Camilloni & Co (G Camilloni and L Lagoria) fish stall 22, City 

Market 
Camilloni G (Camilloni & Lagoria) res S F 
Camomazzi J, employe California Jute Mill, res 1260 Cypress 
Camp E L Mrs, res 1961 Grove 



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Camp J M, carriage trimmer J Galvin, res 1175 East Nineteenth 
Camp Louis, gents' furnishing goods, 863 Broadway, res 1315 

Tenth 
Camp M Mrs, res- 713 Franklin 

Camp Max, gents' furnishing goods, 863 Broadway, res 1313 Tenth 
Campa Francisco, res 517 Fourth, rear 
Campa Panche, res 517 Fourth 
Campana D, tinsmith; res 1260 Center 
Campana Dominick, tinsmith, 1825 William 
Campano Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Campano Peter, tinsmith, res 655 Myrtle 
Campanozi Angelo, bootblack, res 612 Filbert 
Campbell A, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res e s Clarmont ave 

nr Telegraph ave 
Campbell A, res 716 Twenty-ninth 
Campbell Aboyd, laborer, res 824 Chester 
Campbell Alexander, oyster depot City Market, stalls 19-23, res 

1676 Webster 
Campbell Alexander Sr, atty-at-law, S F, res 480 Orchard 
Campbell Alex, brakeman S P Co, res Pullman House 
Campbell A J, foreman Dalziel & Moller, res 815 Twentieth 
Campbell B P, res 716 Twenty-ninth 
CAMPBELL CECIALLIA MRS, dressmaking, res 1104 Broad- 

way, rms 14 and 15 
Campbell Colin (Campbell & Sanderson, S F) res 480 Orchard 
Campbell C Ward, paper hanger, res 1580 Telegraph ave 
Campbell Daniel, cigar maker, S F, res 514 Fourth 
Campbell D L, propr Henry House, 462 Ninth 
Campbell Donald Y, atty-at-law, res 1480 Orchard 
Campbell Edward, laborer, res 471 Twenty-sixth 
Campbell Edward M, janitor Durant School, res 716 Twenty -ninth 
Campbell Edward, blacksmith, res 1414 Broadway 
Campbell Edward, laborer, res 841 Thirtieth 
CAMPBELL EDWIN H, proprietor Dirigo, NE cor Eleventh and 

Broadway, res 556 Sixteenth 
Campbell E M, blacksmith C F Hampel, res 467 Twenty-sixth 
Campbell F A, solicitor Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 1569 

Broadway 
Campbell Francis, employe S P Co, res w s Telegraph ave nr 

Forty-second 
CAMPBELL FRED M> city superintendent public schools, res 

1262 Webster 
Campbell Gordon, res Home for Adult Blind 
Campbell Grace Miss, teacher Livermore, res 1262 Webster 
Campbell Harry, clerk State Mining Bureau, S F, res 1580 Tele- 
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Campbell Isabella Mrs, dressmaker, 800 Franklin 
Campbell Jennie, domestic, 2257 Telegraph ave 



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Campbell Jessie Miss, res 480 Orchard 

Campbell J C, farmer, res 1120 Twelfth 

Campbell John, miner, res 841 Thirtieth 

Campbell John, laborer Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 467 
Twenty-sixth 

Campbell John A, bookkeeper, S F, res 620 East Sixteenth 

Campbell John A, res 800 Franklin 

Campbell Joseph T, miner, res 946 Thirty-fourth 

Campbell Kate A Mrs, asst supt public schools, res 1262 Webster 

Campbell Lou Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 

Campbell L H Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, res Tubbs Hotel 

Campbell Mamie Miss, teacher Grove Street School, res 1262 
Webster 

Campbell Marston, student, res 1262 Webster 

Campbell Marston, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 1262 
Webster 

Campbell Norman E, carpenter, res 732 Linden 

Campbell R A, merchant, S F, res 1014 Sixteenth 

Campbell Robert, with Jagels & Wulff, res 718 Henry 

Campbell Roger, laborer, res 841 Thirtieth 

Campbell Rosie Mrs, res 810 Webster 

Campbell Sadie Miss, domestic, res NW cor Thirteenth ave and 
East Twentieth 

Campbell Sarah Miss, res cor Thirteenth ave and East Twentieth 

Campbell W G, real estate, res Galindo Hotel 

Campbell W H, clerk State Mining Bureau, res SE cor Twenty- 
second and Telegraph ave 

Campbell William, quarry man Alameda Macadamizing Co 

Campe August, laborer, res 1509 Seventh 

Campe John, grocer, res 1310 Market 

Campi Natalie, salesman Petar & Dresco, res 313 Sixth 

Campodonica Amelia Miss, res 621 Filbert 

Campo-Tonico Columbo, knitter California Hosiery Co 

Camps Jane Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Camps Valencia Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Camron Amy Miss, res 534 Twenty-eighth 

Camron Block, s s Fourteenth bet Broadway and Washington 

Camron William W, capitalist, res 534 Twenty-eighth 

Cand H, artist, 977 Fifth 

Cane A, dentist, S F, res cor San Pablo ave and Folsom 

Cane Frank, clerk M J Keller, res 913 Eighteenth 

Cane James, fireman S P Co, res 1815 Seventh 

Caness J, laborer, res Telegraph ave north of Forty-second 

Canfleld Henry C, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res 
1433 Filbert 

Canfleld James, farmer, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Canfield John, farmer, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Canfleld Robert, farmer, res 1068 Thirty-second 



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Canfin Augustus S, bookkeeper A W Pattiani & Co, res 409J 

Twelfth 
Canna Charles, barber, res 1932 Myrtle 
Carman Jennie Miss, dressmaker, res 837 Clay 
Canning George, laborer, res 2 Forty-fourth 
Canning James, capitalist, res 954 Sixteenth 
Cannon Edward M, sewing machine agt, res 1919 Filbert 
Cannon Emma Miss, music teacher, res 1928 Filbert 
Cannon Eron, photographer, S F, res Forty-fifth nr Grcve 
Cannon Fred, collector Singer Co, res 1919 Filbert 
Cannon J J, fireman steamer Oakland, res 661 Seventh 
Cannon Lizzie Miss, res 812 Market 
Cannon Thomas, gasfitter and plumber, 470 Twelfth, res 812 

Market 
Cannon Thomas, hostler Oakland Railroad 
Can ten Eugene, atty-at-law, S F, res Colman Block 
Cantin Anna H Mrs, res 919 Adeline 
Cantin A, clerk, res 409 J Twelfth 
Cantin Augustus S, bookkeeper, res 919 Adeline 
Cantin Eugene J, bookkeeper, S F, res Colman Block 
Canty John C, tailor Berstein, S F, res 1003 Webster 
Canty John M, res 1003 Webster 

Canty Mamie, milliner Kahn & Sons, res 1003 Webster 
Canty William S, night watchman S P Co, res 623 Pine 
CAPE ANN BAKERY, Hamilton & Co proprietors, NW cor 

Eleventh and Clay 
Capell Hattie Miss, res 1171 Eighth ave 

Capell Howell P, bookkeeper E T Allen, S F, res 1171 Eighth ave 
CAPELL JAMES R (Benedict, Capell & Co) res 1171 Eighth ave 
Capell Mattie Miss, res 1171 Eighth ave 
Capetornich B J, night clerk Martin Recovich, res cor Market 

and Seventh 
Capion L F, employe American Sugar Refinery, res 1721 Goss 
Capital House, George T Larleche propr, 552 Broadway 
Capitan A, quarry man, res Temescal 
Capitol Hotel, Henry Ruedy propr, 1021 Franklin 
Caplice Richard, gardener, res 698 Thirty-fifth 
Caraher Louisa Miss, emplo}'e California Hosiery Co, res 1570 

Chestnut 
Caraher Michael, shoemaker, res 1570 Chestnut 
Carathers William, well borer, res 836 Broadway 
Carbary C Mrs, confectionery and notions, cor Eighth and 

Campbell 
Carbeary John T, carriage maker, res 517 Twenty -second 
Carberry Thomas, laborer, res 1763 Seventh 
Carblend A, res Winters Hotel 
Carbury T, oilman S P Co, res 811 Willow 
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Carden William C, carpenter, res 1161 Third 

Cardinell C B Mrs, res 1119 Jefferson 

Cardinet Adolph, wine dealer, res 2207 San Pablo 

Cardoza Anton, laborer S P Co 

Cardoze An tone F, barber, res 930 East Fourteenth 

Cardozo A V Mrs, dressmaking, res 580 Thirty-fifth 

Cardozo Frank, employe, 523 Thirty-sixth 

Cardozo J JS, gardener, res 580 Thirty-fifth 

Care M T, tailor, 854 Webster, res 270 Seventh 

Carew Joseph, blacksmith, res 658 Broadway 

Carey Benjamin F, carriage painter S P Co, res 1863 Seventh 

Carey Dennis, hod carrier, res Winthrop House 

Carey Frank, clerk Petar & Dresco, res Watts Tract 

Carey James, barkeeper Louis Giese, res Germania Hall 

Carey Mary Miss, domestic, res 911 East Twenty-fourth 

Carey Thomas, laborer, res 2025 West 

Carey Thomas, laborer, res 669 East Thirty-second 

Carey Willie, laborer, res 673 Twenty-fourth 

Carl Charles, paper bags, res 1662 Twelfth 

Carlan Patrick, employe S P Co, res 811 Chester 

Carlen Henrietta Miss, res 780 Eighteenth 

Carlen James, carpenter, res Webers Hotel 

Carlen Jessie Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 780 Eighteenth 

Carlen John W, bookkeeper, S F, res 780 Eighteenth 

Carleton A B, shoemaker, S F, res 1366 San Pablo ave 

Carleton George H, supt fire alarm and police telegraph, res 519 
Seventeenth 

Carleton John A, wood, coal, hay and grain, 1302 Broadway, res 
1353 Telegraph ave 

Carley S J Mrs, res 863 Twenty-first 

Carlin Ellen, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Carlisle Leslie H, printer Pacific Press, res 1361 Peralta 

Carlisle Minerva Mrs, res 1361 Peralta 

Car Ion Patrick, car cjeaner S P Co, res 811 Chester 

Carlson August, bench hand Ingles & Atkinson, res 920 Twenty- 
fourth 

Carlson August, cabinet maker, res 1726 Filbert 

Carlson Benjamin, res 1616 Taylor 

Carlson Carrie M Mrs, art decorative novelties, 1204 San Pablo 
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Carlson Charles, laborer, res n s Forty- fifth nr Grove 

Carlson Conrad, teamster Barstow & Babbitt, res 664 Twenty-fifth 

Carlson Fred, painter, res Union Hotel 

Carlson Hannah, domestic, 961 Clav 

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Carlson Oscar O, painter S P Co, res 736 Chester 

Carlson Thomas, stone mason, res 1204 San Pablo ave 

Carlton Harry P, dentist, S F, res 716 Nineteenth 

Carlton Henry P, clerk Chronicle Co, S F, res 716 Nineteenth 

Carlton Philip S, clerk Pacific Rolling Mills, res 716 Nineteenth 

Carman A S, lumber, Vallejo, res 947 Linden 

Carman Frank V, carpenter, res 944 Pine 

Carman L B Mrs, res 1370 Franklin 

Carman Mary Mrs," res 1555 Third 

Carmedy Cornelius, bartender T Hurley, res Winthrop House 

Carmichael Catherine Mrs, groceries, 1415 San Pablo ave, res 
same 

Carmody Katie Miss, music teacher, bds 566 Sixth . 

Carmody Kittie Miss, res 1012 Center 

Carmody Martin, res 654 Twenty-sixth 

Carmody Mary Mrs, res 566 Sixth 

Carneal T D, pres J Lusk Canning Co, res w s Claremont ave 
nr Telegraph ave 

Carnell T F, brakeman S P Co, res 763 Campbell 

Caro G G, plaster decorations, 527 Eighth 

Caroll C C, painter S P Co, res 1756 Seventh 

Carothers J T, station baggage master S P Co, S F, and council- 
man First Ward, res 1622 Eighth 

Carpenter Alonzo, carpenter William H Weil bye, res 307 Third 

Carpenter Charles, printer, res 308 Fifth 

Carpenter Charles, extraman Truck Co No 1, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res 216 Fifth 

Carpenter C Jerome, carpenter, res 1401 Thirteenth ave 

Carpenter D A, employe Dupont Powder Co, res Tubbs Hotel 

Carpenter Dexter S, cashier, S F, res 1422 Tenth 

Carpenter Edmund P, mgr Lake Merritt Boat House, res 76 East 
Twelfth 

Carpenter Edw, clerk P N Kuss, res 864 Isabella 

Carpenter Frederick H, carriage trimmer San Pablo Avenue Car- 
riage Factory, 1362 San Pablo ave, res 1116 Washington 

Carpenter George A, conductor S P Co, res 1310 Thirteenth ave 

Carpenter Harriet Mrs, res 308 Fifth 

Carpenter Hugh, asst lineman Sunset Telephone Telegraph Co, res 
216 Fifth 

Carpenter James, brakeman S P Co, res West Oakland House 

Carpenter John, res 973 Washington 

Carpenter John K, terra cotta, S F, res 162 Fifth 

Carpenter Katie Miss, res 308 Fifth 

Carpenter Louis, broom mfr, 1686 Telegraph ave, res 465 Twen- 
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Carpenter Oliver, dentist, 1169 Broadway, rm 3, res 714 Four- 
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Carpenter William, brass finisher, res 864 Isabella 



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Carpenter W C, waiter Alex Campbell, res 503 Eleventh 

Carpenter W S, carpenter, res 1162 Seventh 

Carpentier J, propr Fontainebleau House, cor East Fourteenth and 

Twenty-third ave 
Carpentier J Mrs, saloon, NE cor Twenty-third ave and East 

Fourteenth 
Carpignano J, shoemaker, res 531 Eighth 
Carr Billy, plasterer, res 921 Twenty-fourth 
Carr George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res s s Crawford 

nr Herzog 
Carr John M, milkman, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and High 
Carr Julia Mrs, dressmaker, res 954 Broadway 
Carr Lawrence, res 226 Ninth 
Carr Levi, turner, S F, res n s McKee 
Carr Levi T, res 616 Seventeenth 
Carr William L, bricklayer, res 1536 Curtis 
Carrel George F, brakeman S P ( 'o, res 763 Campbell 
Carrick David S, capitalist, res 602 East Fifteenth 
Carrick George N, clerk, S F, res 209 Fourth 
Carrick Kittie Miss, res 602 East Fifteenth 
Carrington John B, commercial traveler, res 1409 Seventeenth 



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Charles C, painter S PCo, res Grand Western Hotel 
George, carpenter, res 857 Twentieth 
George W, engineer S P Co, res 960 Campbell 
John, res 1735 Adeline 
Julia Miss, res 883 Milton 

Lena Miss, bookkeeper Eiben & Nor, res 960 Campbell 
Lizzie Mrs, res 224 Fifth 
M Miss, res 1264 Webster 

M J, laborer, res Twelfth bet Folsom and Powell 
Maggie Miss, domestic, 476 Edward 
Margaret Mrs, groceries and dry goods, 359 B, res same 
Margaret W Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 564 Thirty-ninth 
Martin.. laborer, res 2452 Grove 

Michael, bricklayer V L Fortin, res 883 Twenty-sixth 
Nellie Miss, res 720 Seventh 
Patrick, laborer, res 1024 Fifth 

Patrick W, fireman Pacific Rolling Mills, res 954 Thirty- 
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Carroll William T, salesman, S F, res 610 East Eighteenth 
Carrosso Paul, propr Central Garden, res Telegraph ave bet Birch 

and Vernon ave, Teme-cal 
Carruth C W, foreman job department Pacific Press, res 1914 

Thirteenth ave, East Oakland 
Carrvalho Manuel, laborer, res 248 Harlan 
Carson Mrs, dressmaker, res 617 Fifteenth 
Carson Carrie Miss, res cor County Road and Carroll 
Carson Charles, fireman S P Co, res 1824 William 
Carson Frank, clerk Smith & Butler, res 617 Fifteenth 
Carson John, mate steamer Alameda, res 660 Cla}' 
Carson John, teamster, res cor County Road and Carroll 
Carson Lizzie Miss, res cor County Road and Carroll 
Carson Lulu Miss, res 572 Tenth 

Carson Maggie Miss, res cor County Road and Carroll 
Carson Mary, domestic, 1264 Fourteenth 
Carson W J, laborer, res cor County Road and Carroll 
Carte Minnie Mrs, res 521 Second 
Cartee Annette, res 710 Market 
Car tee Frank, employe California Jute Mill 
Cartje Frank, laborer, res 710 Market 
Cartee Lewis, cigar maker H Robinson, res Market bet Third and 

Fourth 
Cartee Lewis, laborer, res 710 Market 
Cartee William H, carpenter, res 710 Market 
Carter Albert A, collector, res 1156 Broadway 
Carter B Mrs, res 1423 Linden 

Carter Benjamin H, Janitor Tompkins' School, res 733 Linden 
Carter George, engineer Oakland Planing Mill, res 1509 Fifth 
Carter George A, mining engineer, res 569 Fifteenth 
Carter George B, janitor Nevada Block, S F, res 1261 Center 
Carter George D, nurseryman, res 733 Linden 
Carter H Kenyon, fruit buyer J Lusk Canning Co, res Henry 

House 
Carter John, car driver, res 1356 Sixteenth 
Carter J S, miner, res 940 Myrtle 
Carter Lucy Miss, res 733 Linden 
Carter Luna Miss, school teacher, res 733 Linden 
Carter Mary,"helper hosiery department California Hosiery Co, 

res 710 Market 
Carter Naretta A Miss, teacher Tompkins' School, res 733 Linden 
Carter, Nettie Miss, teacher, res 733 Linden 
Carter Samuel, bricklayer, res 1423 Linden 
Carter Theda Miss, dressmaker, res 733 Linden 
Carter Walter, bricklayer, res 1423 Linden 

Carter William, asst janitor Nevada Block, S F, res 1261 Center 
Carter William, marble cutter J F Kelly, res S F 



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Carter William, marble cutter J Sullivan, res S F 

Carter William, marble cutter, res 1423 Linden 

Carteron Edward, gardener, res 620 Fifth 

Carteron Edward, apprentice Oakland Morning Times, res 620 

Fifth 
Cartwright Alfred E>, clerk S P Co, res 771 Fourteenth 
Carvell Theodore F, bookkeeper William T Coleman &; Co, S F, 

res 1279 Fifth ave 
Carver Louis M, upholsterer, res 214 Eighth 
Cary — , res 531 Ninth 
Cary Annie Mrs, res 1360 Thirteenth ave 
Cary Clarence A, photographer and fruits, NW cor Seventh and 

Market, res 860 Milton 
Cary Delia, employe flannel department California Hosiery Co, 

res 831 Center 
Cary Frank, paper hanger McGovern % & Cahill, res 1360 Thir- 
teenth ave 
Cary Frank M, barkeeper, res 203 B 
Cary George, agt California Nursery Co, 954 Broadway 
Cary Hannah Mrs, res 1004 Broadway 
Cary James, nurseryman, res 1360 Thirteenth ave 
Cary Luther H, physician, 916 Eighth 
Cary Mary, domestic, 1129 Myrtle 
Cary Neil, clerk, 1601 Market 
Cary Thomas, laborer, res 1601 Market 
Casanetto John, teamster, bds 690 Market 

Casaurancq Frank, dairyman, res w s Vernon ave nr College ave 
Casavant Alphonse, carpenter John Snyder, res 365 Second 
Casazza Lena Miss, employe Cal Cotton Mills, res 1413 Thirteenth 
Casazza Vincenzo, bootblack stand, NW cor Broadway and 

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Case C A Mrs, res 860 Clay 
Case Isham, ticket agt S P Co, Alameda Point, res 1179 Sixteenth 

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Case James, gardener, 1244 Poplar 

Case James R, brakeman S P Co, res 1179 Sixteenth ave 
Case John, gardener, res 1206 Fourteenth 
Case Lilly A- Miss, stenographer, res 1641 San Pablo ave 
Case Lulu S Miss, res 1179 Sixteenth ave 
Caseboldt T, res Winters Hotel 
Casedy Addie Miss, student, res 1217 Harrison 
CASELLI AUGUSTINE, groceries, 718 Webster, res same 
Casertta John, teamster, res 690 Market 
Casey — , cook Furniss' Restaurant, res 520 Eighth 
Casey Elizabeth M, harness sewer Main & Winchester, S F, res 

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Casey Jeremiah, harness maker, S F, res 1115 Third 
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Casey John, horseshoer M Casey, 418 Seventh, res 1808 Grove 

Case}' John J, plumber and gasritter, res 709 Chester 

Casev Joseph A, clerk, res 1167 Seventh 

CASEY MICHAEL, horseshoer, 418 Seventh, res 1808 Grove 

Casey Michael, laborer, res n s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Casey Owen, milker Z Quinn, res cor Twenty-eighth and Adeline 

Casey Patrick, laborer, res Peralta ave nr Count}' Road 

Casey Rose, chambermaid Galindo Hotel, res same 

Casey Sarah J, dressmaker, res ccr Thirty-sixth and San Pablo 

ave 
Casey Thomas, harnessmaker, res 1115 Third 
Cash George A, purser Mary D Hume, res 863 Campbell 
Cashen John, groceries, SW cor Goss and Pine 
Cashin William G, special officer, res 418 B 
Cashion Catherine Mrs, dressmaker, res 1415 Thirteenth 
Casinant A, carpenter, res 365 Second 
Caslana H Mrs, res 1161 Fifth 
Cassasi Vincent, bootblack, res 1413 Thirteenth 
Cassell & Co, A E Whitney mgr, limited publishers, 906 Broad- 
way, rms 75 and 76 
Casserly Peter, dragout Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 276 Fifth 
Cassidy E Mrs, saloon, San Pablo ave nr Folsom 
Cassidy Frank, laborer, res 1710 Atlantic 
Cassidy R, employe S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 
Cassidy William J, newspaper agt, res 223 Tenth 
Cassilli A & Co (A Cassilli) mfrs plaster paris statuary, 317 

Fourth, res same 
Cassin John, saloon, cor Telegraph ave and First 
Castellanos Salvador, watchmaker and jeweler, 1263 San Pablo 

ave, res 568 Eighth 
Castello Alice Mrs, music teacher, res 617 Ninth 
Castera Adele Mrs, res 659 Franklin 
Castera Charles, street sprinkler, res 659 Franklin 
Castera Emily, spinner California Cotton Mills, res 659 Franklin 
Castera Gustav, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 659 

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Castera Louis A, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 659 

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Castera Mary, seamstress California Hosiery Co, res 659 Franklin 
Castera T, picker Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 659 Franklin 
Castigan J H, brakeman S P Co, res 458 East Eleventh 
Castilanas Salvador, jeweler, San Pablo ave, res 529 Eighth 
Castler Mrs, res 1161 Fifth 
Castro Aggie Miss, res 6 Forty-third 
Castro Albert F, substitute letter carrier, res 359 Fourth 
Castro B, dressmaker, res 634 Chestnut 

Castro Benita Miss, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res 6 Forty- 
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Castro Celestina Miss, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res 6 Forty- 
third 

Castro Christina Miss, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res 6 Forty- 
third 

Castro Clara Miss, res 6 Forty-third 

Castro Clara, res 859 Webster 

Castro Daniel, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res 6 Forty-third 

Castro Frank, laborer, res 1846 Grove 

Castro Gualupe Mrs, res 551 Thirty-seventh 

Castro Inez Miss, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res 6 Forty-third 

Castro Maggie Miss, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res 6 Forty- 
third 

Castro Marie Miss, employe California Jute Mill 

Castro Ramon, restaurant, S F, res 6 Forty-third 

Castro William, clerk, res 634 Chestnut 

Caswell Charles, nailer, res 833 Linden 

Caswell Charles A, carpenter, res 768 Lydia 

Caswell Charles F, moulder, res 1833 Linden 

Cately L, res 659 Twentieth 

Cathcart A B, bookkeeper Whitely & Hall, S F, res Eleventh nr 
Folsom 

Catholic School, cor Jefferson and Seventh 

Cator George, laborer, res 211 Louise, Watts Tract 

Cator Henry, laborer, res 211 Louise, Watts Tract 

Cator Lenora Mrs, res 211 Louise, Watts Tract 

Cator Thomas, laborer, res 211 Louise, Watts Tract 

Cattell Joseph E, res 317 East Ninth 

Catton Frederick R (Catton, Bell & Co, S F) res 1056 Poplar 

Caughlin John, blacksmith, res 1519 Seventh 

Cauldwell Maria A, nurse, res 722 Filbert 

Caulrield Alvan B, salesman, res 1445 Myrtle 

Cavagnaro Antona, bootblack, res 714 Myrtle 

Cavagnaro Thomas J, bootblack stand, SW cor Eighth and 
Broadway, res 714 Myrtle 

Cavagno Rodolfo, marble polisher Mountain View Cemetery 

Cavana Patrick, laborer, res cor Thirty-sixth and San Pablo ave 

Cavanagh A R, traveling agt, res 1726 Thirteenth 

Cavanagh Edward, sewer contractor, res 404 Thirteenth 

Cavanagh Edward J, assay er, res 1166 Twelfth 

Cavanagh James, clerk, res 404 Thirteenth 

Cavanagh Martin, laborer, res 690 Twenty-seventh 

Cavanagh Mary Miss, domestic, 590 Sycamore 

Cavanagh William J, bookkeeper E Cavanagh, res 404 Thirteenth 

CAVANAUGH DANIEL, proprietor Railroad House, cor Tele- 
graph ave and Forty-eighth 

Cavanaugh E J (Boston Advertising Co) res 1166 Twelfth 

Cavanaugh J Mrs, saloon, 1839 Seventh 

Cavasso Adele Miss, cloakmaker, res 612 Fifth 




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Cavasso Isadore, clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 814 Fifteenth 

Cavasso I L, collector Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1206 West 

Cavasso Rene J, oil dealer, res 824 Eighteenth 

Cavasso Tilla Miss, dressmaker, res ll56 Broadway 

Cavenagh Annie L Miss, domestic, res 719 Ninth 

Caverly Orrin E, expressman H H Colby, res 520 East Eleventh 

Caviero Joseph, groceries, 925 Third, res same 

Cavner Alexander R, traveling agt, res 1726 Thirteenth 

Cazzasa Frank, restaurant, res Union Hotel 

Cederen Augusta, res 1120 Twelfth 

Cellen John, quarry man Alameda Macadamizing Co 

CEMETERY ST MARY'S, A Mclsaac superintendent, northern 

terminus Webster 
Cempleta Lewis, cook Brooklyn Restaurant, res Union Hotel 
Cennbelich John, restaurant, res 1516 Seventh 
Centennial House, Mrs Walter Blair propr, cor Fourteenth and 

Clay 
Centennial M E Church, cor Seventh ave and East Fourteenth 
Centennial M E Church, Campbell bet Eighth and Taylor 
Center Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundrv 

CENTER JUNCTION CASH GROCERY STORE, Wm Walsh 

proprietor, 1319 Center and 1320 Peralta 
Center Mary Mrs, res 1160 Union 
Central Block, 1068 Broadway 
Central Carriage Manufactory, Joseph E Johnston propr, 266 

Twelfth 
Central Free Reading Room, Henry A Detering curator, Oakland 

Free Library Building, Fourteenth west of City Hall 
Central Garden and Restaurant, Paul Carrosso propr, Telegraph 

ave bet Birch and Vernon ave, Temescai 
Central Hotel, Mrs Sarah Jeffers propr, 1723 Seventh 
Cereghino Umberto, bootblack stand, 465 Fourteenth nr Broad- 

way, res 922 Third 
Cerf Aron, gen mdse, Ukiah, res 263 Fourth 
Cerini Florence M Miss, res 1803 Market 
Cerps Frank, laborer, res 956 East Twentieth 
Chabot Antoine, \ice-pres Contra Costa Water Co, res 104 East 

Fifteenth 
Chabot Observatory, bet Jefferson and Grove and Tenth and 

Eleventh 
Chabot Remi, capitalist, res SE cor Madison and Eleventh 
Chabot R Mrs, vice-pres Fabiola Hospital Association, res SE cor 

Madison and Eleventh 
Chadbourn C F, commission merchant, res 712 Filbert 
Chadbourne Lucy Miss, massage, res Playter Block 
Chadbourne M E Mrs, res 523 Jones 
Chaddick Cerrinaa, res 733 Magnolia 
Chaddiek James, blacksmith, res 733 Magnolia 



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Chadick James C, horseshoer, San Leandro Road, res Oakland 
Chadwick A M, principal Normal School, office 472 Thirteenth 
Chaffee P M, fruit, SW cor Twenty-third ave and East Four- 
teenth, res 1145 Twenty- third ave 
Challier M Mrs, music teacher, res 2204 Market 
Challier Tules, musician, res 2204 Market 
Chalmers James, carpenter, S F, res 1623 Myrtle 
Chalmers William, gardener, res 1623 Myrtle 
Chalmers William, carpenter, res 1454 Linden 
Chaloner Richard, plumber, res w s Dover nr Mariposa ave 
Chamberlain Alfred M, sash and doormaker, res 1161 Franklin 
Chamberlain Annie M Miss, teacher kindergarten Mrs Brearty's 

Select Home School, res Adeline nr Seventh 
Chamberlain Carrie Miss, res 1402 Franklin 
Chamberiain Charles, clerk C W Kinsey, res 1161 Franklin 
Chamberlain Charles, capitalist, res 1402 Franklin 
Chamberlain Charles S, pres Lowell Manufacturing Co, res cor 

San Pablo ave and Forty-fifth 
Chamberlain E W, architect and builder, res 817 Center 
Chamberlain F B Mrs, capitalist, res 1616 Twelfth 
Chamberlain Lee Mrs, res 277 Eighth 
Chamberlain M D, agt I X L Coal Co, 459 Ninth, res 1319 

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Chamberlain Mary Mrs, res 1152 Franklin 
Chamberlain N Hoyt, student, res 1054 Kirkham 
Chamberlain N orris D, wood and coal dealer, res 1319 Eleventh ave 
Chamberlain Peronet V, sexton First M E Church, res 627 Eight- 
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Chamberlain Silas, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res 

821 Adeline 
Chamberlain William E Jr, school teacher, res 955 Magnolia 
Chamberlin Willis P, bookkeeper, S F, res 627 Eighteenth 
Chambers A J, mining expert, res 575 Fifteenth 
Chambers F M Mrs, res 575 Fifteenth 

Chambers Francis T, butcher, res NE cor First and Harrison 
Chambers Frank, butcher L H Egert, res cor First and Harrison 
Chambers J C, gardener, res 302 First 
Chambers J J Mrs, nurse, res 566 Fifth 
Chambers John, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Chambers Robert, plasterer, res 39 East Nineteenth 
Chambers S A, teacher High School 
Chambers Sophie E A, res 575 Fifteenth 

Chambers William B, shoefitter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Fac- 
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Champion — , res nr end Fruit Vale ave 
Champion Albert C, commercial traveler, S F, res 1622 Thirteenth 

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Champion Joseph, student, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 

Champion Josiah, lumber dealer, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 

Champion Lena Miss, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 

Champion M J Mrs, res 577 Twelfth 

Champion Regina Miss, saleslady Kahn & Sons, res 562 Eleventh 

Champlin C A, house mover, res 873 Twenty-second 

Champlin John L (Champlin &• Williamson) res Arlington House 

Champney M J Miss, res 1219 Webster 

Champreux Alfred, brass moulder, res 938 Pine 

Champreux Gustave, foreman W T Garrett, res 1411 Eleventh 

Chanaron Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 676 Chestnut 

CHANDLER CHARLES A, manager Singer Manufacturing Co, 

res 1923 Filbert 
Chandler Theodora Mrs, bakery, res 1700 Telegraph ave 
Chanteloup Jacques,ironer French Laundry, res 690 Twenty-ninth 
Chantereau Etenne, real estate, 816 Washington 
Chapell Henry S, carpenter, res 1159 Third 
Chapey C, propr French Hotel, San Pablo ave Station 
Chapin John A, brakeman S P Co, res 1443 Seventh 
Chapin K P Mrs, res teacher New Home Sewing Machine Co, res 

1443 Seventh 
Chaplin George M, baker, res 819 Market 
Chaplin Moses, express, 1502 Seventh, res 1827 Short 
Chapman Albert P, hay, grain, coal and wood, 2859 Telegraph 

ave, res 461 Temescal 
Chapman Alfred P, farmer, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman A M Mrs, res 128 Tenth 
Chapman Cynthia Mrs, res 534 Eighteenth 

Chapman E A, treasurer Pacific Press, res cor West and Twentieth 
Chapman E S Rev, pastor Brooklyn East Oakland Presby- 
terian Church, res 1264 Twelfth ave 
Chapman Edgar C, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Florence Miss, res 1453 Grove 
Chapman H L Miss, res 3 021 Ninth ave 
Chapman Harry, jeweler, S F, res w s Dover bet Mariposa and 

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Chapman Isaac F, res 1021 Ninth ave 

Chapman James F (J F Chapman & Co, S F) res 1021 Ninth ave 
Chapman J H, foreman Overland Packing Co, S F, res Eleventh 

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Chapman Kate Mrs, chambermaid, Galindo Hotel, res same 
Chapman L G, mason, res 315 Second 

Chapman Melvin C (Chapman & Havens) res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Olive L Miss, res 1021 Ninth ave 
Chapman Robert, paper hanger, res 956 Castro 
Chapman Robert J, clerk J F Chapman & Co, res 1021 Ninth ave 
Chapman Sylvia Miss, res 1264 Twelfth ave 
Chapman Susan Mrs, res 1453 Grove 

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Chapman T F, ruining, S F, res 120 East Fourteenth 
Chapman William Hall, farmer, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chard Charles, confectioner F W Lake, res 767 Eighteenth 
Chard Frank, driver East Oakland Brewery, res 401 East Twelfth 
Chard William, candy maker F W Lake, res 767 Eighteenth 
Chare Alfred, helper California Hosiery Co, res 562 Second 
Chare Charles A, machinist California Hosiery Co, res 562 Second 
Charlebois Youe, bookkeeper Summers & Healy, S F, res 1579 

Broadway 
Charles Henry, res 812 East Twelfth 

Charles Edwin W, foreman H S Jones, res 490 Twenty-fifth 
Charlotte C A Miss, res 959 Clay 
Charlton L G Mrs, res 316 Tenth 
Charnock Martha Mrs, domestic, res 1374 Tenth 
Charoux Arthur, blind mfr and machine hand Ingler & Atkinson, 

res 704 Webster 
Charpentier P, carpenter, res 614 Second 

Charter Oak Hotel, Mrs Mary Hall propr, 1763 and 1765 Seventh 
CHARTRAND L E (L Chartrand & Son) and groceries and pro- 
visions, 566 Franklin, res 365 Second 
Chartrand Louis (L Chartrand & Son) and propr St Louis House, 

res- 560 Franklin 
CHARTRAND L & SON (L and L E) feed and sale stables, 
605 Franklin, and wines and liquors, 562 and 564 Franklin 
Chase Alice D Miss, vocal teacher, res 1270 Eighth 
Chase Charles B, Bancroft's agt, res 907 Wood 
Chase Edward J, patrolman, res 901 Wood 
Chase Edward C, res 913 Wood 

Chase Frank, laborer E M Derby &' Co, res 830 East Twelfth 
Chase George, deputy treasurer, res 202 East Ninth 
Chase Moses, capitalist, res 202 East Ninth 

Chase Q A Mrs, treasurer Fabiola Hospital Association, res Broad- 
way nr Moss ave 
Chase Sprague C, contractor, res 1409 Franklin 
Chatfield Cornelia^ domestic, 855 Center 
Chatfield James M, laborer Taylor & Co, res Chester House 
Chattick — , waiter Log Cabin Bakery, res 462 Twelfth 
Chauche Adrian G, wines and liquors, S F, res 855 Alice 
Checkman F C, boot and shoemaker, res 859 Wood 
Cheever Moses R, mining, res 1401 Seventh ave 
Cheney Abbey Mrs, music teacher, res 1064 Fourteenth 
Cheney John V, clerk S F Post-office, res 1064 Fourteenth 
Cheney M L, clerk, S F, res 1252 Franklin 
Cheney Oliver, teamster, 840 Seventeenth 
Cherino Begotto, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cherry Hallie, seamtress, res 1368 Webster 
Cherry John, laborer, res 667 Twenty-sixth 
Chesebrough Henry C, bookkeeper, S F, res 1268 Seventh ave 



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Chesnut James G, principal Peralta Public School, res cor Oak- 
land and Wallsworth aves 
Chesnutt John, carpenter, res NE cor Prospect and Wallsworth 

ave 
Chester Charles, carpenter, res 811 Adeline 
Chester House, Clement B Lee propr, 1506 h Seventh 
Chester Minnie Miss, res 811 Adeline 
Chester Robert, brakeman S P Co, res 571 East Twelfth 
Chetwood Hobart Rev, rector St Paul's Episcopal Church, res 

Hotel Merritt 
Chetwood John Jr, atty-at-law, S F, res Hotel Merritt 
Chevalier W S, brakeman S P Co, res 613 East Twelfth 
Cheyrias Seraphim, head cook Barnum's Restaurant, res cor 

Seventh and Broadway 
Chicago Five Cent Bazaar, B Bennett propr, 1305 San Pablo 



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Chicago Meat Market, Joseph Kliegal propr, 1301 Peralta 

Chick Nellie M, res 1165 Jackson 

Chick Ora J Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 1063 Wood 

Chickering William H,attv-at-law, S F, res 970 Sixteenth 

Chicou John, machinist, S F, res SW cor. Alcatraz ave and Para- 
dise 

Chief Engineer Fire Department, James Moffitt, City Hall 

CHILD C 0> proprietor Home Coal Yard, SE cor Twenty-third 
ave and East Fourteenth res Brooklyn Hotel 

Children's Home, Mrs I Perkins matron, Linden Lane nr Broad- 
way 

Childress M W Mrs, res NE cor Eighth and Brush 

Childress Prentiss, bank clerk,* S F, res 756 Seventh 

Childs A F, physician, res Union Hotel 

Childs Calvin, cook, res 727 Fourth 

Childs C O, coal merchant, res 1155 East Fourteenth 

Childs D S Mrs, poultry, res NE cor Kirkham and Eighteenth 

Childs Ellen Mrs, res 1003 Twenty -second 

Childs LI mer, draughtsman Charles Mau, res 518 Eighth 

Childs H O, res 1061 Grove 

Childs J W, captain New England, res 727 Fourth 

Childs James W Jr, yardman Taylor & Co, res 727 Fourth 

Childs James H, house mover, res 1162 Seventh 

Childs Jane Mrs, res 1061 Grove 

Childs Lillian Miss, clerk S P Co, res 518 Eighth 

Childs Mildred Miss, stenographer, S F, res 1022 Peralta 

Childs Ralph, coal merchant, res 1155 East Fourteenth 

Childs Walter, seaman, res 727 Fourth 

Childs William, clerk S P Co, res Galindo Hotel 

Childs William A, special agt Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 
457 Twenty-sixth 

Chilton Arthur, gardener, res 1123 East Twenty -fifth 



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Chincoza Anton, fruit stand, SE cor Seventh and Washington 
Chinese Congregational Mission, 612 Fifteenth 
Chinese Mission of Baptist Church and Y M C A, 717 Eleventh 
Chinese Presbyterian Church and Christian Association, J W 

Condit pastor, 264 Thirteenth 
Chinnock M M Miss, dressmaker, res 663 Nineteenth 
Chipman Emma, emploj^e Contra Costa Laundry, res 1134 Kirk- 
ham 
Chipman S H, res 765 Thirteenth 
Chisholm Colin E, printer, S F, res 1940 Poplar 
Chisholm John R, hostler, res 1940 Poplar 

Chisholm Robert B, livery stable, 370 Eleventh, res 520 Sixteenth 
Chisholm William T, printer, S F, res 1940 Poplar 
Chivree Joseph D, laborer S P Co, res 533 Seventeenth 
Chloupek Amos, moulder City Brass Works, res cor Second and 

Washington 
CHLOUPEK VINCENT (Hersey & Chloupek) and engineer En- 
gine No 2, Oakland Fire Department, res 473 Fourth 
Chombolt M, cook, res 1054 Broadway 
Chon Julius, tailor, res 766 Seventeenth 
Chon Mose, fruit peddler, res 766 Seventeenth 
Chrisman George, tinner, res 1311 Broadway 
Chrissinger Philip B, engineer, res 1202 Seventh ave 
Christen William, real estate agt, 1759 Seventh, res same 
Christensen Andrew, car driver, res Fourteenth Street Car Stable 
Christensen Annie Miss, domestic, 1268 Fourth ave 
Christensen Belle, domestic, 1138 Adeline 

Christensen Charles A, deck hand steamer Transit, res 124 Ettie 
Christensen Frederick, cook J Fischer, res 912 Clay 
Christensen Godfried, employe Judson Iron Works, res 253 Helen 
Christensen Hannah, domestic, 672 Fourteenth 
Christensen John, gardener I L Requa, Piedmont 
Christensen Laura E Miss, res 520 Thirteenth 
Christenson Charles, fruit dealer, res 1122 East Fourteenth 
Christian Anthony, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 653 

Seventh 
Christian Church, Rev George W Sweeney pastor, SE cor Thir- 
teenth and Market 
Christian John, hostler Sackrider & Chrisholm, res 370 Eleventh 
Christian Science Society, Mrs Dr Bucknell pres, meets every 

Wednesday afternoon at 2:45 
Christiansen Charles, varnisher, res 1371 Seventh 
Christiansen Henry, gardener, cor Myrtle and Eighteenth 
Christianson Charles, res 1122 East Fourteenth 
Christie Charles, carpenter, res 828 Kirkham 
Christie Ellen Mrs, res 1454 Myrtle 
Christie Eliza Miss, res 828 Kirkham 
Christie Joseph, butcher, res 1454 Myrtle 



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Christraan Clara, domestic, res 120 East Fourth 
Christman George, plumbing, tinning and gasfitting, 1311 Tele- 
graph ave, res 732 Myrtle 
Christotfersen Anthony, blacksmith, S F, res 1410 Seventeenth 
Chubb Charles, brick mason, res 1374 Sixteenth 
Chubb John, laborer, res 1374 Sixteenth 
Chubb Roger, brick mason, res 1374 Sixteenth 
Chubbuck C E Mrs, res 317 Fourteenth 
Chubbuck M C Mrs, res 317 Fourteenth 
Church of the Advent, DrHD Lathrop pastor, cor Twelfth ave ] 

and East Sixteenth 
Church A M, atty-at-law and notary public, 1010 Broadway, res | 

756 Seventh 
Church Arthur, student, res 529 Hobart 

Church of Christ, Rev A Coplin pastor, services in Willson 
House Hall, Fourteenth Street near Washington, at 11 A M 
and 7:30 P M 
Church Fannie M Miss, res 826 Fifteenth 
Church George E, atty-at-law, res 1066 Tenth 
Church Harry Jr, propr White House, East Fourteenth bet Fruit 

Vale ave and High 
Church John H, capitalist, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Rev Michael King rector, 

Jefferson bet Seventh and Eighth 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Harrison bet Third 

and Fourth 
Church Joseph W, clerk custom house, S F, res 826 Fifteenth 
Church Laura A Mrs, bakery and varieties, 1250 Center 
Church Lincoln S, attv-at-law, 921 Broadway, res 756 Seventh 
CHURCH NEWS PUBLISHING CO, Gano Kennedy manager, 

1005 1 Broadway, rm 16 
Church R W, deputy county clerk, res 920 Filbert 
Church of St Francis de Sales (Roman Catholic) cor San Pablo 

ave and Hobart 
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Roman Catholic) cor 

Fortieth and Grove, Temescal 
Church Thomas, student, res 529 Hobart 
Church W H, employe post-office, S F, res 920 Filbert 
Churchill William, reporter Tribune 

Chute Alanson W, plumber, res NE cor Lusk and Forty-first 
Chy Lung Ching & Co, Japanese notion goods, 1 002 Washington 
Cianciarulo Frank, musician Italian Band, res 724 Linden 
Cianclarulo Michael, musician Italian Band, res 724 Linden 
Cimpher Jacob, boat hirer Lake Merritt, res 76 East Twelfth 
Circe Thomas, teamster R B Co 

Citizens' Insurance Co of St Louis, H Griffin agt, 958 Broadway 
City Assessor, Joseph M Dillon, res cor Seventh and Oak 
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City Board of Health, D D Crowley health officer and city phy- 
sician, City Hall 

CITY BRASS WORKS, Hersey & Chloupek proprietors, 720 
Washington 

City Clerk and Treasurer, A C Henry, res 1221 Harrison 

City Engineer, T W Morgan, res 611 Nineteenth 

City Hall, NW cor Fourteenth and Washington 

City Hall Janitor, J A Wilds, City Hall 

City Hall Livery Stable, George Hunt propr, 514 Fourteenth 

City Market, bet Eleventh and Twelfth and Broadway and 
Franklin 

City Park, bet Grove and Jefferson and Sixth and Seventh 

City Physician, D D Crowley M D, City Hall 

City Police Judge, F W Henshaw, res 941 Myrtle 

Citv Pound, Peralta nr Twenty-eighth 

City Pound Master, W J O'Connell 

City Wharfinger, Capt J J Pennypacker, foot of Franklin 

Clairville Walter, first mate steamer Solano, res 814 Harrison 

Clancy Bridget, domestic Chauncey Taylor, res 704 Eighth 

Clancy John, gripman Oakland Cable Co, res 1606 San Pablo ave 

Clanfield John, laborer, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Clapp Cephas F Rev, pastor Seventh Avenue Congregational 
Church, res 1271 Seventh ave 

Clapp Flora Miss, res 566 Thirty-fifth 

Clapp George H, druggist, 633 East Twelfth 

Clapp George P, supt tack factory Judson Manufacturing Co 
and postmaster Emeryville, res 566 Thirty-fifth 

Clarendon House, J W Donahar & Wife proprs, 855 Washing- 
ton, cor Seventh 

Clark — , carpenter S P Co, res 1836 J Seventh 

Clark Mrs, res 763 Market 

Clark Mrs — , res 970 Jefferson 

Clark A, res 765 Twenty-first 

Clark A B Mrs, milliner, res 1123 Eleventh 

Clark A F, clerk Sharp & Bolton, res Berkeley 

Clark A J, secretary, res 408 Thirteenth 

Clark A K, sec loan societies, S F, res 970 Jefferson 

Clark Albert H, clerk, res 1003 Pine 

Clark Alfred, res 765 Twenty-first 

Clark Alfred O, machinist, 823 Chester 

Clark Andrew, laborer S P Co, res 408 Thirteenth 

Clark Angus, student, res 529 Hobart 

Clark Annie A Miss, employe Cotton Mill, bds 213 Seventh 

Clark Austin, clerk Sharp & Bolton, res Berkeley 

Clark B E Miss, dressmaker, res 709 Jackson 

Clark C A, engineer S P Co, res 864 Chester 

Clark Carlton H, commercial agt U P R R, res 536 Eighteenth 

Clark Catherine Miss, employe California Jute Mills 



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Clark Charles, brakeman S P Co, re's 812 Campbell 

Clark Charles A, locomotive engineer, res 864 Chester 

Clark Charles A, retired, 1003 Pine 

Clark Charles E, billiard parlors and cigar saloon, 465 Ninth 

Clark Charles K, sec building and loan associations and insurance, 
457 Ninth, res Berkeley 

Clark C L Mrs, res n s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave 

Clark C P, brakeman S P Co, res 908 Pine 

Clark D P, res 767 Market 

Clark Edward, painter, bds 1009 Franklin 

Clark Edward, pattern maker, res 1722 Linden 

Clark Edward F, driver Rice & White, res 1260 West 

Clark Ella Miss, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 973 Campbell 

Clark Ellen Mrs, lodgings, res 814 Clay 

Clark Ellen Mrs, res 1573 Fifth 

Clark Foster T, Clark's Stables, 1059 Fourteenth ave 

Clark Frank, clerk Drs Pinkerton & Wheeler, res 823 Chester 

Clark Frank,, gardener, res 1709 Nineteenth ave 

Clark Frank S, clerk, res 864 Chester 

Clark George' (Clark & Woolley) res 1761 Goss 

Clark G W, carpenter S P Co, res cor Seventh and Cedar 

Clark Harry, drummer, res 821 Market 

Clark Harry A, brakeman, res 864 Chester 

Clark Henry W, conductor S P Co, res 768 Pine 

Clark Henry A, printer, S F, res 924 Thirty-sixth 

Clark H L, brakeman S P Co, res 529 Eighth 

Clark H M Mrs, res 1003| Broadway, rms 27 and 28 

Clark Horace, news stand and confectionery and cigars, Market 
and Seventh Street Railroad Station, res 762 Sixth 

Clark Hugh, plasterer, res 77 Valley 

Clark James, groceries, 977 Fifth 

Clark James, employe California Jute Mill 

Clark James A, artesian well borer, res cor Forty-third and 
Grove 

Clark James A, emploj^e Cotton Mill, bds 213 Seventh 

Clark James E, mfr Bothine Manufacturing Co, S F, res 772 Eight- 
eenth 

Clark James G, cook Railroad Exchange Hotel, res 1777 Goss 

Clark J B, professor State University, res 1736 Thirteenth 

Clark Jennie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1573 
Filth 

Clark J F, machinist, S F, res 1736 Thirteenth 

Clark J F, photographer, res 1528 West 

Clark J H, brakeman S P Co, res 1551 Seventh 

Clark John, porter, res 1356 Eighteenth 

Clark John, watchmaker, 867 Broadway, res 602 Sixteenth 

Clark John C, employe S P Co, res 2130 Chestnut 

Clark John H, employe S P Co, res 1551 Seventh 



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Clark Joseph, knitter 

Clark Kate Miss, res 1504 San Pablo ave 

Clark Lenwood, student, res 1364 Franklin 

Clark Leon F, clerk, res 1003 Pine 

Clark Lizzie Miss, res 977 Fifth 

Clark Maggie, domestic, 1535 Webster 

Clark Mamie Miss, res 977 Fifth 

Clark Margaret W Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 963 Castro 

Clark Maria Mrs, cook, res 933 Linden 

Clark Marian Miss, domestic, res cor East Twenty-eighth and 
Twenty-first ave 

Clark Marion, musician, res 471 Fourth 

Clark Minnie L Miss, res 1920 San Pablo ave 

Clark Mona Miss, res 924 Thirty-sixth 

Clark Nora Miss, res 977 Fifth 

Clark Rebecca Miss, res Temescal ave nr Telegraph ave 

Clark R N, conductor S P Co, res 917 Twenty fourth 

Clark Robert V, propr American House, 616 Broadway 

Clark Rosie C, dressmaker, res 1260 Webster 

Clark Sarah Miss, res Temescal ave nr Telegraph ave 

Clark S C, engineer S P Co, res 939 Wood 

Clark Stephen J, res 1360 Seventeenth 

Clark W E, carpenter, res 692 Twenty-sixth 

Clark William, employe Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 
Alameda 

Clark William I, boxmaker Eagle Box Factory, res 1736 Thir- 
teenth 

Clark William J, painter, res 962 New Broadway 

Clark & Woolley (George Clark and John Woolley) Oakland 
Boiler Works, 668 Franklin 

Clarke Helen J, res 1115 Tenth ave 

Clarke John, miller, res 1173 Fifth 

Clarke John, employe S P Co, res 368 Tenth 

Clarke Julia B Mrs, res 1115 Tenth ave 

Clarke T B Mrs, res 1115 Tenth ave 

Clarke Thomas, saw filer Union Box Factory, S F, res 1407 
Twelfth 

Clarke Walter, carriage smith, res 941 Twenty-sixth 

Clarrage Edward D, agt Goodier & McKay Machine Association, 
res 214 Twelfth 

Clarrage James O, shoemaker, res 214 Twelfth 

Clason Rollo S, fancy goods and stationery, 620 East Twelfth 

Classen John, mfr apple cider, res 51 5 Twentieth 

Claudius August, gardener Kelsey House 

Clausen Charles J, plasterer, res 2126 Chestnut 

Clausen Henry, gardener Field Seminary 

Clausen Henry, employe Fruit Vale Hospital 

Clavebot A, saw filing, 411 Seventh 



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Clawson School, Miss Julie E Colby principal, cor Magnolia and 

Thirty-second 
Claxon Samuel, laborer, res cor East Thirty-fifth and Union 
Clay C C Maj (Sherman, Clay & Co, S F) res East Fourteenth 

bet Park and Julia 
Clay Fred Mrs, res 1577 Broadway 
Clay Henry, saloon keeper, res 516 Twentieth 
Clayton C A Miss, res 618 Eighteenth 
Clayton Charles B, salesman, res 912 and 914 Washington 
Clayton House, Mrs Clara A Clement propr, 1228 Broadway 
Clayton Susan Mrs, res 618 Eighteenth 
Clayton William B, cabinet maker Lyon & Kinsey, res 927 

Thirty-sixth 
Clayton William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Clear John, engineer S P Co, res 914 Pine 
Clear Thomas, fireman Oakland Gas Works, res 358 Ninth 
Clear waters Dora Miss, res 912 Thirty-fifth 
Cleary James, florist, w s Peralta 
Cleary John, laborer, res 1763 Seventh 

CLEARY M> grocer, 359 and 361 Twelfth, res 1059 Jackson 
Cleary Maggie, cook John & Montgomery, off Piedmont ave 
CLEARY MICHAEL^ groceries and provisions and wines and 

liquors, 359 and 361 Twelfth, res 1059 Jackson 
Clecak Antone, restaurant, 1112 Broadway, res La Clede House 
Clecak John, propr Washington Restaurant, 1770 Seventh, res 

1769 Goss 
Clecak Mitchell, with John Clecak, res 1770 Seventh 
Clecak Nicholas, cook John Clecak, res 1770 Seventh 
Clecak Peter, cook, res La Clede House 
Cleland Darius, contractor and builder, res 918 Union 
Clement Annie Mrs, housekeeper A J Tait, 1621 Eighth 
Clement Carrie E Mrs, res 1405 Brush 

Clement Clara A Mrs, propr Clayton House, 1228 Broadway 
Clement Edward B, searcher of records, S F, res 1264 Harri- 
son 
Clement Harry L, student, res Clayton House 
Clement Louis M, civil engineer, S F, res 1013 Twelfth 
Clement Louisa Mrs, res 1664 Eighth 
Clement Modie, pressman, S F, res 764 Sixth 
Clement Russell M, engineer, res 1013 Twelfth 
Clements Albert, painter, res 806 Wood 
Clements C Mrs, sewing and washing, res 1641 Adeline 
Clements Frank, brakeman Alameda Local, res 1824 William 
Clements George, machinist, McAdam off New Broadway 
Clements J, engineer, McAdam off' New Broadway 
Clements Thomas, painter S P Co, res Wood 
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Cleveland R C, contractor and builder, res 1126 Chestnut 

Cleveland S Mrs, res 559 Nineteenth 

Cliff' Alfred G, res Forty -fifth bet Grove and Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Cliff George, engineer, res n s Forty-fifth bet Grove and Telegraph 

ave, Temescal 
Cliff* O, capitalist, res 566 Sixteenth 

Clifford — , flannel department Cal Hosiery Co, res 819 Market 
Clifford Esther Miss, res 1414 Harrison 
Clifford Frederick, car inspector S P Co, res 18 Maple 
CLIFFORD JESSE, druggist, 974 Seventh 
Clifford John, laborer, res 813 Chester 
Clifford John B, drug clerk J Clifford, res 974 Seventh 
Clifford Joseph, engineer S P Co, res 1600 Third 
Clifford Joseph, engineer S P Co, res 622 Lewis 
Clifford Maggie, res 813 Chester 

Clifford Nellie, dressmaker J F Wood, res 813 Chester 
Clifford Sam, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1600 Third 
Clifford Timothy, laborer, res 1637 Magnolia 
Clifford William, printer Morning Times, res 613 East Twelfth 
Clift Frederick C. student, S F, res 1547 San Pablo ave 
Clif t Osro, res 566 Sixteenth 
Clift William, mgr and pres Presidio and Ferries Railroad, res 

1547 San Pablo ave 
Clifton William G, bookkeeper and collector Grayson, Owen & Co, 

res 951 Clay 
Climo A, bridge carpenter S P Co, res 883 Bay 
Cline Charlotte Mrs, res 474 Twenty-sixth 
Clino Samuel, asst foreman S P Co, res 956 Wood 
Clingingsmith E N, res 11.56 Broadway 
Clinton Annie Mrs, domestic, 1379 Eighth ave 
Clinton Council No 63, United Friends of Pacific, Washington 

Hall, 307 East Twelfth 
Clinton Fire Insurance Co of New York, H Griffin agt, 958 

Broadway 
Clinton House, S H Melvin mgr, cor Sixth ave and East Twelfth 
Clinton Lodge No 2019, Knights of Honor, Washington Hall, 307 

East Twelfth 
Clinton Mills, C J Welch & Co proprs, SW cor East Eleventh and 

Twelfth ave 
Clipper Ed, bartender George Fisher, res 859 Washington 
Clipper William W, barber, 1164 Broadway, res 723 Lewis 
Clisby Seth, merchant, res 535 Thirty-sixth 

Cliver Charles, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 614 Ad- 
eline 
Cliver George S, night watchman Pacific Iron and Nail Works, 

res 614 Adeline 
Clivio 0, fruit store, 920 Broadway, res 916J Broadway 



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Clock M Miss, teacher, res 1140 Myrtle 

Clock Sarah D Mrs, res 1140 Myrtle 

Cloeren Edward, brewer Oakland Brewery, res. 2030 Broadway 

Clonen John, grocer, 1529 Seventh, res same 

Clonen Mary Mrs, cashier John Clonen, res 1529 Seventh 

CL00NEY THOMAS J. wood, coal, hay and grain, 1575 Seventh, 
res 1373 Eighth 

Cloren Edward, foreman Oakland Brewery, res 230 Brook 

Cloud Myra Mrs, canvasser, res 1511 Brush 

Cloudman C H, shoemaker, res 1357 Peralta 

Cloudman Mary E Miss, res 1367 Peralta 

Cloudman N M Mrs, with W H Mawer, res 1357 Peralta 

Clough Alton H, bookkeeper F M Smith, res Twenty-third ave 
nr East Fifteenth 

Clough E H, reporter Tribune, res 1225 Twenty-third ave 

Clough G F, brakeman S P Co, res 1758 Seventh 

Clough James P, res 1225 Twenty-third ave 

Clough Lottie M Miss, res 813 Thirteenth 

Cloupek Vincent, brass works, 720 Washington, res 473 Fourth 

Clow Amelia B Miss, teacher Durant School, res 564 Fourteenth 

Cludius Ernst, laborer East Oakland Brewery, res 401 East 
Twelfth 

Clymer James J, capitalist, res 1352 Franklin 

Clyne Michael, longshoreman, S F, res 658 Magnolia 

Coady Ida A Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 559 Seventeenth 

Coady Nelly E Miss, res 1132 Adeline 

Coady Richard E, letter carrier, res 606 Sixteenth 

Coakley Dan, plasterer, res 828 Fifteenth 

Coakle}^ James, driver M M Samson, res 577 Twenty -second 

Coakley James, butcher, res 577 Twenty-second 

Coakley John, brakeman S P Co, res Pullman House, West Oak- 
land 

Coakley William, laborer, res 618 Chestnut 

Coannor Debe Miss, domestic. 226 Twelfth 

Coast F T, oil merchant, res Tubbs Hotel 

Coates Caleb, liquors, S F, res 916 Center 

Coates Ed J, grocer, 1202 Adeline 

Coates Frank S, 1690 Broadway 

Coates John D, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 955 \ 
Washington 

Coates Mary J, res 618 Eighteenth 

Coates William D, bookkeeper E T Gray, S F, res 1690 Broad- 
way 

Coatey Mrs, teacher, res La Clede House 

Coats J D, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res Girard House 

Coats Robert W, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res Girard 
House 

Cobalt E, carriage painter, res 461 Ninth ■ 



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Cobb Isabella Mrs, preceptress California College, res 554 East 

Sixteenth, East Oakland 
Cobb Joseph L, longshoreman, -res 1676 Sixteenth 
Cobb Lewis H (Smith & Cobb) res 966 Center 
Cobb R S, day watchman S P Co, res 966 Center 
Cobb Rufus, watchman S P Co, res 966 Center 
Cobbledick C, paper hanger Whittier, Fuller & Co 
Cobbledick James, traveling agt Kelley, Maus & Co, Chicago, res 

177 East Twelfth 
Cobbledick William H, machinist P H McGrew, res 177 East 

Twelfth 
Cobelt Adolph, tanner, res 809 East Sixteenth 
Coburn Asa H, laborer, res 1270 Seventh 
Coburn Frank, laborer, res 1270 Seventh 
Coburn H N, solicitor, res 1375 Broadway 
Coburn J C, watchman Judson Manufacturing Co, res NW cor 

Park ave and Ettie 
Coburn N, oiler S P Co, res 1823 William 
Coburn Nahum, laborer, res 1270 Seventh 
Coburn S M Mrs, res 822 East Fifteenth 

Coby Annie Mrs, res cor Thirteenth ave and East Nineteenth 
Cochran John T, commission merchant, S F, res 565 Sixteenth 
Cochrane R L, teamster, res 516 Second 
Cochrane Sarah, domestic, 369 East Seventeenth 
Cockley Daniel, laborer, res 828 Fifteenth 
Cockrill Christopher, capitalist, res 522 Tenth 
Cockroft L F, employe Oceanic Steamship Co, S F, res Fairmont 

ave 
Cody Mrs, res 919 Jefferson 
Cody J A, machinist, res 1162 Seventh 
Coe John T, real estate, 921 Broadway, res 514 Fifteenth 
Coey — , bottle washer W M Watson & Co, res S F 
Coey David N, clerk custom house, S F, res 1124 Chestnut 
Coffee Michael H, dry goods, 903 and 905 Broadway, res 763 

Fourteenth 
Coffey Catherine Mrs, res 1423 San Pablo ave 
Coffey Mary, domestic, 961 Market 

Coffey Wm J, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 728 Eleventh 
Coffin Albert F. stock broker, S F, res 918 Sixteenth 
Coffin Arthur W, employe S P Co, res 1206 Alice 
Coffin Dollie Miss, res 1387 Harrison 
Coffin S E Mrs, res 1387 Harrison 
Coffren Adriana Miss, res 811 Brush 
Cogan William, carpenter Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 1754 

Taylor 
Coggeshall F C Mrs, res Forty-fifth nr San Pablo ave 
Coggeshall S B Miss, res Forty-fifth nr San Pablo ave 
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Coghlin John, painter, res 378 Seventh 

Coginasse C A Mrs, dressmaking, 1667 San Pablo ave 

Cogswell J P, capitalist, res 1116 West 

Cohen — , fireman S P Co, res 1803 Seventh 

Cohen Mme, medium, 1068 Broadway 

Cohen A, fireman S P Co, res SW cor Pine and Seventh 

Cohen A, tailor M J Kohen, res 429 Pacific 

Cohen Abram, glazier, res 559 Seventh 

Cohen Alexander, fireman S P Co, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohen Alfred H, atty-at-law,res Howard nr East Fourteenth 

Cohen E, clerk, res La Clede House 

Cohen Emanuel, clerk, res 262 Fourth 

Cohen Ike, grocery clerk, res 1743 Adeline 

Cohen Isadore, glazier, res 1202 Seventh ave 

Cohen Jacob M, cigar mfr, 326 Twelfth, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohen James, fireman S P Co, res 815 Twenty-second » 

Cohen James E, blacksmith, res 815 Twenty-second 

Cohen Jeannie Miss, saleslady Kahn & Sons, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohen Meyer, apprentice Tribune Publishing Co, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohen Oscar, res 531 Ninth 

Cohen S Miss, saleslady Spencer Brothers, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohen Simon S, groceries, 1743 Adeline 

Cohenoui Jennie Miss, res 1663 San Pablo ave 

Cohenoui M A Mrs, res 1663 San Pablo ave 

Cohill William, groceries, 118 Hannah 

Cohl Henry, carpenter, res 1872 Atlantic 

Cohlner Jacob, carpenter S P Co, res 1428 Twelfth 

Cohn Abraham, dry goods, 259 Broadway 

Cohn Abram, traveling agt, res 224 Twelfth 

Cohn B, peddler, res 322 Second 

Cohn Gus, tailor, res 766 Seventeenth 

COHN M & CO (M Cohn and M Lissner) loan office, 1162 Broad- 

wav 
Cohn M (M Cohn & Co) res 1479 San Pablo ave 
Cohn M J, butcher, res 613 Fifth 
Cohn Samuel A, fruit peddler, res 766 Seventeenth 
Cohwan Miss, res 363 Twelfth 
Coin AJbert R, blacksmith, res 1370 Broadway 
COiN RAYMOND, French Laundry, 1370 Broadway, res same 
Coindre Mme F, res 920 Broadway 
Coindre Mme L, res 920 Broadway 
Coine John, res 1473 Seventh 
Coiner Oscar C, confectioner, Playter Block 
Coit Griffith, pres Merriman Manufacturing Co, res cor Booth 

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Coit Hamilton H, salesman, S F, res 1885 Telegraph ave 
Colason Benjamin, employe C P R R, res 1616 Taylor 
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Colbert John F, printer, res 678 Twenty-seventh 

Colbert Lizzie A, weaver Jute Mills, res 678 Twenty-seventh 

Colburn Alfred, dairyman, res 1769 Seward 

Colburn George, repairer S P Co, res Berkeley 

Colburn J S, salesman, S F, res 3756 Taylor 

Colby Amasa D, farmer, res Claremont ave nr College ave 

Colby Flora J Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 

Colby Frances A Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 

Colby George E, res Claremont ave nr College ave 

Colby H H, supt Brooklyn post-office, agt Wells, Fargo & Co, 

Western Union Telegraph Co, and general merchandise, SE 

cor Thirteenth ave and East Twelfth, res 1315 Twelfth ave 
Coldwell C W, carpenter, res cor Twentieth and Twenty-second 

ave, East Oakland 
Cole A W, bookkeeper, res 408 Thirteenth 
Cole Chas D, chiropodist, res 850 Isabella 
Cole Claud H, patrolman, res Willson House 
Cole E F Mrs, res cor Twenty-fourth and Fourth ave, East 

Oakland 
Cole Eliza, domestic, 720 Fourteenth 
Cole Fredricka Mrs, res 720 Seventh 
Cole Geo A, blacksmith, res 829 Seventeenth 
Cole H W, special agt Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 1120 

Filbert 
Cole John, painter, res 833 Magnolia 
Cole J T Mrs res 1553 Eighth 
Cole Kate E Miss, artist, 1003J Broadway, rm 2, res 572 

Twelfth 
Cole L G (Burnham, Standeford & Co) res 1545 Webster 
Cole Lillie C Mrs, teacher, res 572 Twelfth 
Cole Lizzie, housemaid, res 320 Durant 
Cole Mary A Mrs, res 1065 Twelfth ave, East Oakland 
COLE, MERRIMAN & SON, dentists, NW cor Tenth and 

Broadway 
COLE RECTOR E, dentist, NW cor Tenth and Broadway, rm 

2, res 572 Twelfth 
Cole School, J P Garlick principal, Tenth bet Union and Poplar 
Coleby J Miss, res 263 Second 

Colegrove George L, conductor S P Co, res 263 Twelfth 
Coleman A M Mrs, res 826 Castro 
Coleman Building, cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Coleman C E, commercial traveler, res San Pablo ave bet Thirty- 
sixth and Adeline 
Coleman Edward, stone cutter, S F, res 810 Alice 
Coleman Edward, clerk Phelan & Fish, res 1662 Twelfth 
Coleman E, res cor Fourth and Twenty-fourth ave, East Oakland 
Coleman Hamilton, furniture, 416 and 418 Eighth, res SW cor 

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Coleman H H, brakeman S P Co, res Pullman House 

Coleman J H Mrs, nurse, res 867 Twentieth 

Coleman John Mrs, 868 Castro 

Coleman John, wood turner Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res 628 
Sixth 

Coleman John L, teamster L Jaffe, res 820 Myrtle 

Coleman Julius, furniture, 469 and 471 Twelfth 

Coleman Lizzie, cook I L Requa, Piedmont 

Coleman Luke, res 867 Twentieth 

Coleman Patrick, driver Fisher & Taylor, res 1016 Fifth 

Coleman Sarah Mrs, res 1369 Market 

Colfer John, tallyman Brooklyn Lumber Yard, res 780 East 
Eighteenth 

Colfer Patrick, hostler Robert Glover res 470 Ninth 

Colgan J J, sawdust, 609 Broadway 

Colgate John, gardener, res 1011 Fourteenth 

Colich Biagio, waiter, res 459 Seventh 

Colich Chas, waiter Nick Petersen, res Franklin 

Colier 4ugustus, smelter, res 1066 Ea^t Twenty-second 

Colin Paul, tin store, res 1618 Telegraph ave 

College Hall, NE cor Harrison and Twelfth 

Collen Ann, res S28 Fifteenth 

Collenburg John, clerk Eiben & Nor, res 941 Peralta 

Colier Edward, first mate steamer San Pedro 

Collessa Joseph, employe California Jute Mills 

Collet F, carpenter, res cor East Twenty-fourth and Twenty-third 
ave 

Collier B C, res 1076 East Twenty-fourth 

Collier Boston, mechanic, res 1212 Sixteenth ave 

Collier Georgie Miss, res 563 Fifth 

Collier John H, miner, res 1912 Telegraph ave 

Collier John Jr, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 151 Sec- 
ond 

Collier Maria Mrs, res 151 Second 

Colling Simeon I, laborer, res 715 Fourth 

Collings James, bridge builder, res 416 Fifth 

Collins — , employe Jadson Manufacturing Co, res Randlett House 

Collins A A, barber, res 269 Fifth 

Collins A F, printer, res 664 Twenty-ninth 

Collins Annie Mrs, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 811 
Twelfth 

Collins Chas, employe Oakland Cable Co, res Areata House 

Collins C W, engineer S P Co.. res 861 Chester 

COLLINS D EDWARD, secretary Mountam View Cemetery, res 
same 

Collins E, actor, res 153 East Tenth, East Oakland 

Collins Edward, laborer, res cor Forty-third and Grove 

Collins Edwin L, teacher, res 935 Campbell 



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Collins Ellen, dressmaker, res 839 Eighteenth 

Collins Fannie Miss, res 1361 Eleventh 

Collins George, porter Hanitin's Billiard Parlors, NW cor Broad- 
way and Seventh 

Collins George H (Higgins & Collins, S F) res 526 Tenth 

Collins Hanorah Mrs, res 839 Eighteenth 

Collins Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Collins Henry D, laborer, res 171 Eighth 

Collins Henry M, groceries and provisions, 1766 Seventh, res 1823 
Short 

Collins James, laborer, res 701 Campbell 

Collins Jerry, engineer, res 1664 Pacific 

Collins J J, laborer S P Co, res 1666 William 

Collins John, switchman, res 701 Campbell 

Collins John, baker Cape Ann Bakery, res 687 Twenty -sixth 

Collins John C, printer, S F, res 664 Twenty-ninth 

Collins John J, laborer, res 734 Union 

Collins Julia Mrs, res 171 E ghth 

Collins Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Collins Lyman P, sewing machine mgr, S F, res 935 Campbell - 

Collins M J, with P M Collins, res 972 Seventh 

Collins Margaret, domestic, 915 Grove 

Collins Mary Mrs, bookkeeper H M Collins, res 1823 Short 

Collins Mary E Miss, res 934 Linden 

Collins Mary F, dressmaker, 171 Eighth 

Collins May Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Collins Nicholas, res 1564 Chestnut 

Collins 0, laster Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res cor Peralta 
and S xteenth 

Collins Patrick M, real estate, 962 Seventh, res 972 Seventh 

Collins Pauline, res 552 Sycamore 

Collins William, res 171 Eighth 

COLLINS W M> superintendent Mountain View Cemetery, res 
same 

Collinson James, boiler maker S P Co 

Collis J, employe California Jute Mills 

Collis Mary Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Collis R, employe California Jute Mills 

Collischonn Chas, clerk Belloc & Co, S F, res 817 Jackson 

Collischonn Franz, res 817 Jackson 

Collischonn Otto, draughtsman, S F, res 817 Jackson 

Collison Benjamin, repairer S P Co, res 1616 Taylor 

Collissa M, employe California Jute Mills 

Collyer C arles W, carpenter, res 935 Campbell 

Collyer D M, engineer S P Co, res 1728 Twelfth 

Collyer George F, letter carrier, res 1728 Twelfth 

Collyer Jacob, carpenter, res 1728 Twelfth 

Collyer John, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 151 Second 







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Colman John, wood turner, res 826 Castro '^J 

Colman Herrman, clerk, res 471 Twelfth 3 

Colornbet Louie Mrs, res 940 Myrtle 

Colsen Edward Mrs, res 1116 Ninth ave 

Col sen William, laborer S P Co 

Colton Helen Mrs, res 620 Seventeenth f 

Col ton L F, painter, res 714 Castro 

Columbus Buggy Co (Pacific Coast Branch) A G Glenn ingr, 
406 Twelfth 

Columbus Bowing Club of Oakland Boat House, foot of Alice 

Colville Frank C, cashier Cumberland Coal Yard, res cor East 
Twentieth and Seventh ave 

Colville S M Mrs, res cor East Twentieth and Seventh ave 

Colvin C L. atty-at-law, 85 4 J Broadway, res 624 East Twenty- 
second 

Colvin R S, shorthand reporter, 854J Broadway 

Comber James, repairer S P Co, res 1614 Eighth 

Comerford A Mrs, res 1636 Myrtle 

Comerford Mary Mrs, res 16 Hannah 

Comestock Elisha, res 1301 Franklin 

Commercial Insurance Co of California, B B Laton agt, 468 
Ninth 

COMMERCIAL UNION ASSURANCE CO, J H Troy agent, 457 
Ninth 

Commins Joseph, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 779 Sixth 

Comozzio Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Comozzio Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Comozzio Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Comozzio Peter, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Comozzio Pressa, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Compana P, tinsmith, res 655 Myrtle 

COMPANIE TRANSATLANTIQUE GENERAL, George B Sea- 

man agent, 1073 Broadway 
Compano B, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Company A, Fifth Regiment, N G C Armory, 1064 Washington 
Company C, Third Regiment Infantry N G C, 377 Twelfth 
Compiano Andrew, res 1616 Filbert, rear 
Complin A Rev, clergyman, res 556 Twentieth 
Complita Lou, cook Brooklyn Restaurant, res Union Hotel 
Componosi Angelo, porter, res 612 Filbert 
Compton Belle Miss, copyist res 1460 Twelfth 
Compton E Mrs, res 1460 Twelfth 
Compton H N, carriage maker, res Beulah Park 
Compton Henry T, asst engineer Harbor Commissioners, res 966 

Chester 
Compton Kenneth H, brakeman S P Co Local, res 515 East 

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Compton Nellie Miss, music teacher, res 1460 Twelfth 
Compton Oliver E, yardman S P Co, res 869 Washington 
Compton R H, brakeman S P Co, res Union Hotel 
Compton William, clerk, S F, res 1460 Twelfth 
Comstock A V, mining supt, res 1420 San Pablo ave 
Comstock Charles C, inspector bridges S P Co, res 1030 Peralta 
Comstock Frank, contractor and builder, res cor Seventh and 

Franklin 
Comstock George M, carpenter, res 1030 Peralta 
Comstock M E Mrs, with Taft & Pennoyer, res 574 Thirteenth 
Conard W B, res 327 Eleventh 
Conaway Archibald J, employe Woolsey Hospital, res 1014 

Seventh ave 
Conboie M G Mrs, res 1051 Poplar 

Conboy Mary Mrs, res Twenty-second bet Filbert and Myrtle 
Concannon Thomas, hostler, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 
Concannon William, section hand S P Co, res 1813 William, reai 
Concanon E H Mrs, res 490 Orchard 

Concanon William N, carpenter and builder, res 490 Orchard 
Concedine Edw, butcher, res 1322 Harrison 
Concordia Fire Insurance Co of Milwaukee, H Griffin a<rt, 958 

Broadway 
Condron John, employe California and Nevada Railroad, res w s 

Telegraph ave nr Forty-second 
Cone Carrie M Mrs, res 1011 Linden 
Cone John, clerk, S F, res 1715 Atlantic 
Cone John, blacksmith, res 1715 Atlantic 

Cone Mamie Miss, tailoress Greenhood & Moran, res 1715 Atlantic 
Cone W H, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res East Berkeley 
Congdon Ernest N, stationer, 861 Broadway, res 815 Webster 
Congdon Georgietta N, teacher, res 1112 Eleventh ave 
Conger Benjamin S, pattern maker, res 1062 Kirkham 
Conger Benjamin T, printer. S F, res 1062 Kirkham 
Congregation Beth Jacob, SE cor Thirteenth and Clay 
Congregational Association of Christian Chinese, 623 Tenth 
Congregational Church, J K McLean pastor, N W cor Twelfth 

and Clay 
Congregational Church, cor Claremont and Humboldt ave, North 

Temescal 
Conidre J Mme, res 920 Broadway 
CONKLIN & BLACK (H L Conklin Jr and A W Black) grocers, 

1305 Telegraph ave 
Conklin Charles W, telephone inspector, S F, res 1160 Peralta 
Conklin Frank G, California Glove Co, S F, res 1326 Fourth ave 
Conklin H L Jr (Conklin & Black) res 816 Thirty-fourth 
Conklin Laura Mrs, res 807 East Twelfth 
Conlan Mary Miss, domestic, res 1324 Tenth ave 
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Conley Frank, longshoreman, res 921 Fifth 
Conley Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1622 Union 
Conlin Elizabeth Mrs, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlin James E, plumber T J Brady, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlin Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 809 Twenty second 
Conlin Mollie, dressmaker, res 809 Twenty-second 
Conlon Henry, machinist, res 814 Henry 
Conlon John D, lather, res 654 Linden 
Conlon Robert A, iron moulder, S F, res 814 Henry 
Conly Maggie, domestic, 933 Peralta 

Ccnneally Jeremiah, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1752 Tele- 
graph ave 
Connecticut Fire Insurance Co, Snvder & Gillis agts, 467 Ninth 

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HARTFORD, HB Sears Jr agent, 472 Tenth 

Connel Josie W, domestic, 1155 Madison 

Connell Bridget Mrs, res 809 Sixteenth 

Connell James, plumber, 904 Washington, res Twenty-second nr 
San Pablo ave 

Connell John, employe S P Co, res 1551 Seventh 

Connell John, res 1269 Twelfth 

Connell Joseph, millman, res 690 Market 

Connell Mary Mrs, res 1269 Twelfth 

Connell May Miss, milliner, res 1269 Twelfth 

Connell Rose Miss, milliner, res 1269 Twelfth 

Connell William, teamster, res 213 Sixth 

Cormellan Laurence C, laborer, res 1662 Pacific 

Cormellan M T, agent, res 1662 Pacific 

Connelly Annie Miss, cook, Elm wood 

Connelly Frank, laborer, res 953 Fifth 

Connelly John, laborer, res 674 Thirty-sixth 

Connelly Katie Miss, weaver California Cotton Mills 

Connelly Patrick, laborer S P Co. res 1815 Seventh 

Connelly Patrick, laborer, res 1763 Seventh 

Connelly Patrick, laborer S P Co, res 1813 William 

Connelly Peter, laborer, res 1063J Kirkham 

Conner Fred P, printer, res 1114 East Seventeenth 

Conner James, dairyman, cor Thirteenth ave and East Thirty- 
third 

Conner J M, carpenter, res 1511 Seventh 

Conner Moses S, res 1114 East Seventeenth 

Conner William, employe S P Co, res 1662 Sixteenth 

Conners — , expressman, NE cor Willow and Seventh, res 1717 
Twelfth 

Conners & Federspiel (John Conners and Andrew Federspiel) 
(successors to C R Lewis & Co) fruit and produce, 467 Eleventh 

Conners John (Conners & Federspiel) res La Clede House 

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Conners John J, horseshoer Robert Gil more, res Capito Hotel 
Conners Maggie Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1068 Fourteenth 
Conners Mamie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Conners Mary Miss, employe California Jute Mill 
Conners M E Miss, teacher High School, res 1068 Fourteenth 
Conners Timothy, fireman S P Co, res 1012 Cypress 
Conners William, porter F Delger, res 664 Twentieth 
Connerton Owen Mrs, groceries and provisions, NW cor Wood 

and Lincoln 
Connole}^ John, employe Pacific Nail Works, res 1771 William 
Connoley Kate Miss, employe Cotton Mill, res 1771 William 
Connoley Mary Mrs, res 1771 William 
Connoley Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1771 William 
Connolly Annie Miss, domestic, 328 East Fourteenth 
Connolly Bertie, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Connolly Delia Miss, domestic, res 572 Tenth 
Connolly Dennis, stableman P Pumyea, res 216 Eighth 
Connolly Frank, seaman, res 921 Fifth 
Connolly Maggie, domestic, 914 Fourteenth 
Connolly Maria, domestic, 1311 Harrison 
Connolly Maria A, domestic, 1057 Market 
Connolly Martin, laborer California Cotton Mill, res Brooklyn 

Hotel 
Connolly N, butcher, San Pablo Avenue Station, res cor Hallet 

and Green 
Connor Annie Miss, domestic, 1319 Twelfth 
Connor Lizzie Miss, res East Twenty-seventh bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third aves 
Connor Mary A Mrs, res 571 Tenth 
Connor Patrick, laborer, res 223 Ettie 

Connor Samuel, farmer, res cor Thirteenth ave and East Thirty- 
fourth 
Connor Timothy, laborer, res 1012 Cypress 
Connor William J, car cleaner S P Co, res 1662 Sixteenth 
Connors Alice, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Connors Andrew, laborer, res 1763 Seventh 
Connors Cornelius, laborer, res 1062 Twenty-fourth 
Connors John, blacksmith, res Capitol Hotel 
Connors John, laborer, res Thirty-sixth nr Grove 
Connors Mamie Miss, domestic, res 1082 East Twenty-fourth 
Conolly Maria, res 1311 Harrison 
Conrad A, clerk, res cor Fifth and Clay 
Conrad Alexander, with John Ward, res 757 Webster 
Conrad Aloise Mrs, res 757 Webster 
Conrad Oscar, gardener, res cor East Fourteenth and Fruit Vale 

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Conradi Philip (Conradi & Moss) and cigar mfr, S F, res 224 Fourth 

Conrant Benjamin, with T W Spring, San Jose, res 855 Clay 

0<>nrey J F, laborer, res 451 B 

Conroy E C, brakeman S P Co, res 655 Seventh 

Conroy Eugene C, conductor S P Co, res 770 Seventh 

Conroy John, roller Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1007 Third 

Conroy Julia Miss, domestic, 1364 Broadway 

Conroy Maggie, domestic, 224 Twelfth 

Conroy Thomas, res 1051 Wood 

Conry Henry, laborer, res 1312 West 

Conry Martin, laborer, res 1312 West 

Considine Catherine, domestic, 1322 Harrison 

Considine Patrick, grocer, 218 Sixth 

Continental Insurance Co of New York, H Griffin agt, 958 

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Contra Costa Laundry Association, Geo H Hallett, P Bartlett 

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CONTRA COSTA PICKLE WORKS, John Krattiger proprietor, 

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CONTRA COSTA WATER CO, Henry Pierce president, A Chabot 

vice-president, Wm H Mead secretary, office 458 Eighth 
Contreras Clara Miss, domestic, res 1160 Union 
Contreras Fred, driver E A BroAvn, res Fortieth nr Grove 
Contreras Pietro, laborer Oregon Improvement Co, res Temescal 
CONVENT OF MERCY, Sister Mary Carmel superioress, boarding 

and day school, cor Fifteenth and Fifteenth ave 
Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, 1534 Webster 
Converce E C Mrs, res 617 Twelfth 
Converse S Mrs, res 126 Ninth 
Conwar A, nurse Oakland Hospital 
Conway A Mrs, res 512 Ninth 

Conway Chris, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Commer- 
cial Union 
CONWAY JOHN P, proprietor Oakland Livery Stable, 368 Eighth, 

res 663 Sixth 
Conway Thomas, gardener, res Birch nr Broadway 
Coody Richard E, letter carrier, res 566 Twenty-fourth 
Cooey — , clerk Watson & Co, res Wilcox Block 
Coogan T C, atty-at-law, S F, res 1217 Filbert 
Cook Alexander J, cattle dealer, res 1354 Eleventh ave 
Cook Alexander J Jr, traveling agt, res 1354 Eleventh ave 
Cook Alice, domestic, 1387 Alice 

Cook Alice Miss, res s s Forty-third nr Telegraph ave 
Cook Alice Miss, Salvation Army, res 963 Franklin 
Cook Alice Miss, res 416 East Twenty-third 
Cook Amanda, folder Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 
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Cook A M Miss, music teacher, res 1215 Jefferson 

Cook Capt Mrs, res 821 Washington 

Cook C J, teamster J Lusk Canning Co 

Cook Carroll, atty-at-law, S F, res 122 Lake 

Cook Charles, teamster Encinal Flour Mills, 751 Washington 

Cook Charles W, stock broker, bds 504 Fifteenth 

Cook Charles W, clerk Southern California Insurance Co, S F, 
res 1325 Linden 

Cook Cosumnus, artist, res s s Forty-third nr Telegraph ave 

Cook Edith M, elocution teacher, res 1215 Jefferson 

Cook Edward P, asst storekeeper S P Co, res 1325 Linden 

Cook Ernest A, confectionery, 1463 Seventh 

Cook Frank, clerk Harrison & Boyce, res 1718 Chase 

Cook Frank J, merchant, res 493 Twenty-third 

Cook F M, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Cook G W, employe nail works, res 854 Brush 

Cook George W, chemist, res 1325 Linden 

Cook George W Jr, clerk, res 1325 Linden 

Cook Grace M Miss, student, res 464 East Twelfth 

Cook George W Jr, clerk, res 1325 Linden 

Cook Harriet M Mrs, dressmaker, 1215 Jefferson 

Cook Henry A, salesman, res 1354 Eleventh ave 

Cook Joseph P, student, res 1227 Linden 

Cook Leonard, farmer, res s s Forty-third nr Telegraph ave 

Cook Louisa M Mrs, res 1215 Chestnut 

Cook N B, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res cor Central ave 
and High, Alameda 

Cook Nellie Miss, teacher Lafavette School, res 1325 Linden 

COOK C> Tenth Street News Agency, NW cor Tenth and 
Broadway, res 565 Tenth 

Cook Oliver, engineer, res 218 Seventh 

Cook Peter, proof-reader Enquirer Office, res 1222 Fourteenth 

Cook Silvin L, clerk, S F. res 762 Ninth 

Cook S M, res 528 Ninth 

Cook Sly van L, salesman, res 762 Ninth 

Cook. Thomas A, clerk, res 560 Twenty-fifth 

Cook Thomas K, collector Kohler & Chase, res 1222 Fourteenth 

Cook William F, salesman J W Ballard, res 1718 Chase 

Cooke Alice, domestic, res 808 Harrison 

Cooke Clara Miss, cor Tenth ave north of Twenty-fourth, E Oakl'nd 

Cooke D D, with Hornberger & Co, res 1226 San Pablo ave 

Cooke Frank W, compositor, S F, res 1309 Eighth 

Cooke H E Mrs, res 1227 Linden 

Cooke John L (Cooke & Waterman) res SW cor East Twenty- 
sixth and Tenth ave 

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Cooke W H Rev, pastor Golden Gate Congregational Church, res 
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Cooks Louis, paper dealer, & F, res 1524 Eighth 

Cool George Dr, res 2232 Telegraph ave 

COOL RUSSELL H, dentist, Dietz Opera House, NE cor Twelfth 
and Webster, res Galindo Hotel 

Coolbaudi E Mrs, res 1009 Tenth ave 

C00LBRITH INA D MISS, librarian Oakland Free Library, res 
1267 Webster 

Cooledge Estella, res 695 Thirty-fourth 

Cooley Agnes Mrs, res 870 Castro 

Cooley Alice Kingsbury Mrs, authoress, res 1214 Thirtieth 

Cooley Frank L, res 1214 Thirtieth 

Cooley Herman, civil engineer S P Co, res 1665 Seward 

Cooley John T, hostler D Gannon, res Watts nr Park 

Cooley Francis M Col, solicitor, res 1214 Thirtieth 

Coolidge Charles A, telegraph operator, res 695 Thirty-fourth 

Coolidge Effie M Miss, res 594 Thirty-fourth 

Coolidge Fannie Miss, stenographer and type writer, res 695 
Thirty-fourth 

Coolidge George W, coffee and spice mill, S F, res Girard House 

Coolidge James C, deputy sheriff and asst jailer, res 695 Thirty- 
fourth 

Coon H P Mrs, res 1159 Alice 

COON MATHEW F> wood engraver, 409 Sansome, S F, res 
Twelfth bet Powell and Folsom, San Pablo Avenue Station 

Cooper E G, teacher Oakland Business College, 1015 Clay 

Cooper E M, gen supt Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, res 933 
Adeline 

Cooper Emma, domestic, 1252 Franklin 

Cooper E Russell, law student Moore & Reed and sec Oakland 
Canoe Club, res 829 Grove 

COOPER E T> architect, surveyor, draughtsman, and blue print- 
ing, 829 Grove, res same 

Cooper F, cop winding foreman California Jute Mill Co, res 1019 
Fifth ave 

Cooper Francis, teamster Taylor & Co, res SW cor Third and 
Jefferson 

Cooper Frank, employe California Jute Mill Co, res 1019 Fifth ave 

COOPER FRANK J, saloon, 601 Third, res same 

Cooper H O, clerk S P Co, res 857 Myrtle 

Cooper I Mrs, res 1662 Atlantic 

Cooper James, charger Judson Nail Works, res 1210 Peralta 

Cooper Mary J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1210 Peralta 

Cooper May L Miss, teacher elocution Field Seminary 

Cooper T H Mrs, res end Fruit Vale ave 

Cooper William, boiler maker S P Co, res 1816 Seward 

Cooper William, gardener, res 161 Third 



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Cooper William, boiler maker S P Co, res 1659 William 

Cope Amanda Miss, res 1003 Fifth 

Cope George W (C H Maddox & Co) res 1318 Market 

Cope W W, atty-at-law, res 1318 Market 

Copeland A, bridge carpenter S P Co, res 618 East Seventeenth 

Copeland Frank, waiter, res 168 Fifth 

Copeland Ira, groceries, 1669 San Pablo ave, res 688 Twenty- 
Fourth 

Copeland Isaac, assayer and mining expert, res 688 Twenty- 
fourth 

Copeland Isaac, conveyancer, res 688 Twenty-fourth 

Copeland Rebecca Miss, res 711 Fourth 

COPLIN ALANSON- corsets, ladies' underwear and children's 
goods, 1171 Broadway, and editor and proprietor Holiness 
Evangelist, and pastor Church of Christ, res 556 Twentieth 

Copp Charles W, lather, res 1265 Cypress 

Copp H Mrs, res 1550 Broadway 

Coppe Antoinette Mrs, res 866 Isabella 

Corbert Annie L Mrs, res 969 Kirkham 

Corbett Emma Miss, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett James, eclectric light engineer S P Co, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett James, brakeman S P Co, res 517 Ninth 

Corbett James Jr, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett John, jeweler Geo C Scherve & Co, S F, res 820 Twelfth 

Corbett Joseph, fireman S P Co, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett Lizzie Miss, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett Mary, domestic, 710 Fourteenth 

Corbett Roger, mining, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett Sarah Mrs, res 815 Filbert, rear 

Cor bin Caroline C Mrs, res 1061 Seventh ave 

Corby Jane Miss, domestic, 969 Grove 

Corcoran Catherine Miss, res 1378 Ninth 

Corcoran Elizabeth Mrs, res 1467 Fifth 

Corcoran James, res 1378 Ninth 

Corcoran William, contractor, res 957 Eighth 

Cordan Antonio C, barber, res 368 East Sixteenth 

Cordan Emanuel C, res 368 East Sixteenth 

Cordan F C (Cordan & Snow) res 368 East Sixteenth 

Cordan & Snow (F C Cordan and J C Snow") barbers, 606 East 
Twelfth 

Cordano Antonio, bootblack, 455 Seventh, res 658 Myrtle 

Cordano John, laborer, res 612 Filbert, rear 

Cordano Michael, bootblack, res 655 Myrtle 

Corder John, engineer, res 759 Grove 

Corder Thomas W, tanner and wool puller, res 972 Center 

Cordero Domi, gardener M M Ayala 

Cordes Anna A Miss, teacher Harrison School, res Alameda 

Cordes H C, commercial traveler, res 1077 Twelfth 



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Cordes J J E, solicitor Home Mutual Insurance Co, res Alameda 
Cordes M L Miss, asst agt S P Co, Brooklyn Station, res 468 

East Eleventh 
Cordes Til lie Miss, telegraph operator, Brooklyn Station, res 468 

East Eleventh 
Cordiell Thomas, capitalist, res 1389 Alice 
Cordon M J Miss, res 368 East Sixteenth 
Cordozo A F, farmer, res 580 Thirty-fifth 
Cordozo Joseph, laborer Oakland Wharf, res 1706 William 
Cordray Nephi, farmer, res n s Thirty-ninth nr Grove 
Corkery Annie Miss, res 1326 Eleventh ave 
Corkery Dennis, clerk Jo^ce & Co, res 1326 Eleventh ave 
Corkery Julia Miss, domestic, 981 Fifth ave 
Corless Mary Miss, domestic, 1453 Telegraph ave 
Corley Thomas, gardenei>res County Road nr Carroll 
Corliss Elium M, car repairer S P Co, res 887 Pine 
Corliss John O, minister (Seventh-day Adventist) res 826 Six- 
teenth 
Cornberger Charles, painter S P Co, res Second ave nr Birch 
Corneal Thomas B, employe J Liuk Canning Co, res 720 Fourteenth 
Cornell Annie Mrs, res 964 New Broadway 

Cornell Charles E, bookkeeper Fulton Iron Works, res 1365 Thir- 
teenth ave 
Cornell Charles M, contractor, res 561 East Eighteenth 
Cornell Irving E, fruits and vegetables, 1502 Eighth 
Cornelian L C, cleaner S H Co, res 1662 Pacific 
Cornfield Jacob, peddler dry goods, res 517 Third 
Cornfield Solomon, machinist, res 517 Third 

Cornish William C, gardener, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Cornor Charles B, bootmaker C W Cornor, res 917 Webster 
Cornor Charles W, boot and shoemaker, 367 Twelfth and 1104 

Market, res 917 Webster 
Cornor F, brakeman S P Co, res 810 Jackson 
Cornwall Alice H Miss, res 1369 Twenty-fourth ave 
Cornwall Henry F, shoe cutter G Pringle, S F, res 1369 Twenty- 
fourth ave 
Cornwall Joseph H, S F, res 1156 Alice 
Cornwell A Mrs, res 756 Seventh 

Corn well Ambrose, dentist, 1069 Broadway, res Vernon Heights 
Cornwell John, roller Berkeley Rolling Mill, res 1934 Poplar 
Cornwell M H, employe S P Co, res 625 Fourteenth 
Corothers Mary Mrs, res 558 Sixth 
Corpstein Katie Miss, res 1075 East Twenty-third 
Corr Henry, janitor Athenian Club, res 1055 Broadway 
Corran W H L, publisher, S F, res Tubbs Hotel 
Corrigan — , employe planing mill, res Adeline nr County Road 
Corrigan Daniel, hostler Broadway and Piedmont Railroad, res 
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Corrigan John S, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res cor Sher- 
man and Adeline, Fruit Vale 

Corrigan Peter, boiler maker, res 824 Linden 

Corsigla J (J Corsigla & Co) res 408 Seventh 

Corsigla J & Co (J Corsigla and D Grasso) fruits and produce, 
408 Seventh 

Cortage Edward L, watchman U S Mint, S F, res 1667 William 

Cortage Harry, clerk A Kraft, res 1667 William 

Cortage Smiley L, porter, S F, res 1667 William 

Corte Louis, porter, res 527 Second 

Corvalho M R, foundryman, res 248 Harlan 

Cor win Cecil, clerk W B Hardy, res 947 Campbell 

Corwin Emeline A Mrs, dressmaker, res 947 Campbell 

Corwin Everett, engineer S P Co, res 1784 Division 

Corwin Francis, type writer, res 947 Campbell 

Cory Charles F, paper hanger, res Ettie nr Park ave 

Coryell A Mrs, res 823 Twenty-ninth 

Coryell L Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 665 Twen- 
tieth 

COSMOPOLITAN EXCHANGE, T D Sullivan proprietor, cor 
Telegraph ave and Fiftieth 

Cosmopolitan Mutual Building and Loan Association, W K Van- 
derslice pres, P F Morehouse sec, office 626 East Twelfth 

Coss Thomas, carpenter, res Winters Hotel 

Cosser J, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1026 Fifth 

Cosser William J, nailer, res 9,69 Fifth 

Cosseron Armand, carpenter, S F, res n s McKee nr Adeline 

Cossmann Edward, laborer East Oakland Brewery, res 401 East 
Twelfth 

Costa Frank P, waiter J C Rodrigues 

Costa John, employe California Jute Mills 

Costa John, employe Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 152 Linden 

Costa John, laborer, res 1040 East Twentieth 

Costa John Jr, employe California Jute Mills 

Costa Joseph, employe California Jute Mills 

Costa Joseph, laborer pottery, res 1073 Fourteenth ave 

Costa Joseph, laborer, res 753 East Twelfth 

Costa Joseph N, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 824 East Four- 
teenth 

Costa Tony, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1012 Third 

Costello K Mrs, dressmaker, 2224 Peralta 

Costello Martin F, steward Brooklyn Hotel, S F, res 2234 Peralta 
; Costigan Augustus B, clerk, 1305 Franklin 

Costigan James M (Costigan, Cohen & Co, S F) res 1305 Franklin 

Costigan John H, conductor S P Co, res 460 East Eleventh 

Cosetillo Kate Miss, domestic, 1885 Telegraph ave 

Cottage Restaurant, L G Garon propr, 553 Broadway 

Cotter Julia Mrs, res 967 Cypress 

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Cotter Patrick, porter Oakland Cable Co 

Cotter Thomas, wool dealer, S F, res 14^7 Castro 

Cottier Emily Mrs, dressmaker, res 561 East Eleventh 

Cottier Hatrie H Miss, res 410 Durant 

Cottier Mamie Miss, dressmaker, res 561 East Eleventh 

Cottier W T, clerk, S F, res 410 Durant 

Cottle Timothy C, policeman, res 1457 Twelfth ave 

Cotton Frank E, carpenter, res 590 Thirty-fifth 

Cotton Leandro F, painting contractor, res 714 Castro 

Cottrell Harry D, clerk Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, S F, res 

1221 Myrtle 
Cottrell Henry, with J N Knowles, S F, res 1221 Myrtle 
Coughlan John, blacksmith's helper, res 1519 Seventh 
Coughlin Charles, waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Coughlin J, foreman, res Clarendon House 
Coughlin Jeremiah, hostler Charles Robinson, res 835 Brush 
Coughlin John, fireman S P Co, res 1519 Seventh 
Coughlin John J, bookkeeper M De La Montanya, res 855 

Washington 
Coughlin Robert, filemaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union Hotel 
Coughnan Kate Mrs, res 123 Hannah 
Coulter Louise Miss, res 471 East Twelfth 
Coulter W A, artist, res 1358 Eighth 

Council No 1889, E F Kohler commander, C T Jenkins sec, 
meets at Kohler's Hall, 1506 Seventh, first and third Wed- 
nesdays each month 
County Assessor, Thomas Molloy, office Court House 
County Board of Education, O S Ingham pres, office Court 

House 
County Clerk and Auditor, Charles T Boardman, office Hall of 

Records 
County Jail, e s Washington bet Fourth and Fifth 
County Receiving Hospital, Dr H T Legler in charge, basement 

Hall of Records 
County Recorder, Firman D Hind, office Hall of Records 
County Superintendent of Schools, P M Fisher, office Court House 
County Surveyor, George L Nusbaumer, office Court House 
County Treasurer, S Huff, office Court House, res San Leandro 
Couper George, fireman S P Co, res 1662 Atlantic 
Couper James, shipwright, res 1662 Atlantic 
Couralet Jeanne Miss, res 1370 Broadway 
Couralet Julian, gardener, 2409 Telegraph ave 
Courlet Jean, gardener, res 855 Alice 
Courrier Ethel, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 1465 Curtis 
Coursen Edgar A, collector, res 872 Willow 

Coursen Ida L Miss, operator Pacific Postal Telegraph Cable Co, 
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Court Commissioner, Frederick E Whitney, 95 7 Broadway 

Court Joseph, bootmaker, res 1237 Peralta 

Court Pacific Ancient Order Foresters No 7115, meets at Ger- 

mania Hall 
Court Shell Mound Ancient Order Foresters, meets Klinkner Hall, 

San Pablo Station 
Couse Robert, carpenter, res 710 Twenty-fifth 
Covalt A B, agt Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co, res 1119 Jeffer- 
son 
Covalt C C, painter Columbus Carriage Co, res 562 East Tenth 
Covell Calvin M, student, res 1372 Tenth 
Covell Charles, tinner O C Kirk, res Oakland House 
Covell C H, real estate, res 1372 Tenth 
Coveney John William, carpenter, res 816 Harrison 
Coveno Andrew, laborer S P Co, res cor Santa Clara ave and 

Stanton 
Covert Fred, nurse Oakland Hospital 
Covert S H, real estate, res 1014 Broadway 
Cowan R, mechanic, res 753 Seventh 
Cowan David D, ship carpenter, res 1813 William 
Cowan David E, res 1813 William 
Cowan Ewing, house painter, res 720 Henry 
Cowan Laura Mrs, res 1063 Eleventh ave 
Cowan William H, carpenter Crist, Gallagher & Co, res Union 

Hotel 
Coward Herbert, clerk F H Crane, res 1975 Broadway 
Coward Percy, bookkeeper, S F, res 320 Fourteenth 
Cowell John, carpenter, res 367 East Eighteenth 
Cowell Lizzie Miss, res 1656 Thirteenth ave 
Cowell Richard, carpenter, res 412 East Sixteenth 
Cowell Richard Mrs, dressmaker, res 412 East Sixteenth 
Cowell Thomas, carriage trimmer, res 656 Twenty-third 
Cowell Thomas, carriage trimmer F H Carpenter, res 1656 

Thirteenth ave 
Cowell William, student, res 1656 Thirteenth ave 
Cowell Thomas, gardener, cor Thirteenth ave and Twentieth 
Cowen Belle Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 522 Seventeenth 
Cowen L, domestic, W A Holcomb, 522 Seventeenth 
Cowen William H, res Union Hotel 

Cowhan Jay, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 725 Henry 
Cowhan John, painter, res 725 Henry 
Cowley William A, salesman, S F, res 1004 Pine 
Cox Alexander M, clerk post-office S F, res 1554 Eighth 
Cox Carrie R Miss, music teacher, res 362 Eleventh 
Cox Edward John, saddler's ironmonger, res 924 Kirkham 
Cox Fannie Mrs, res 1785 William 
Cox George, turner, res 202 B 
Cox George Jr, turner, res 202 B 



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Cox George F (Cox & Wallenstein, S F) res 1362 Eleventh 

Cox H G, horse trainer, res Randlett House 

Cox J T Mrs, physician, 954 Broadway 

Cox J W, pres Oakland Box and Barrel Co, res cor Tenth and 

Market 
Cox Mary J Mrs, groceries, 202 B 
Cox Patrick A (McMillan & Cox) res 837 Market 
Cox Preston T, hay and grain, 1957 San Pablo ave, res 1746 

Market 
Cox Thomas J, conductor S P Co, res 865 East Fifteenth 
Cox Webster, laborer, res 1746 Market 

Coxhead Thomas C, physician, 1068 Broadway, res 674 Sixteenth 
Coyle John Rev, pastor First M E Church, res 1401 Castro 
Coyle Lizzie Miss, asst cook, 1561 San Pablo ave 
Coyna John, laborer S P Co, res 1437 Seventh 
Coyne Dennis, apprenticed cigar mfr, 825 Chester 
Coyne John, apprenticed machinist Pacific Iron and Nail Works, 

res 825 Chester 
Coyne John, millwright Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 825 

Chester 
Coyne John, with P Gibbons, res 1473 Seventh 
Coyne John, tinsmith, S F, res 571 Tenth 
Coyne Mary Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Coyne Michael, car repairer S P Co. res 825 Chester 
Cozzens J A Mrs, teacher, res 172 Second 
Crabillo Pedro, employe California Jute Mills 
Crabtree C L, asst general baggage agt S P Co, res 560 East 

Sixteenth 
Crabtree Eunice Mrs, res 1653 Grove 
Crabtree Thomas, blacksmith, cor Twenty-second and San Pablo 

ave, res Areata House 
(Jraddock Charles F, atty-at-law, S F, res 262 Eighth 
Craddock George W, printer F A Leach, res 262 Eighth 
Craddock Ida C, stenographer and teacher, res 830 Twenty- second 
Craddock Jesse H, atty-at-law, res 1413 Grove 
Craffe Henry, res 1052 East Twenty-first 
Craffe Josie Miss, res 1052 East Twenty-first 
Craft E B Mrs, res East Thirtieth nr Twenty-first ave 
Craft H M, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res East Thirtieth 

bet Twentieth and Twenty-first aves 
Craft John, baker California Bakery, res 1557 Broadway 
Craft Nellie E Miss, res 1009 Tenth ave 
Craft Mabel Miss, res 1009 Tenth ave 
Craft N E (Craft & Russell) grocers, res 1009 Tenth ave 
Craft Richard C, with Craft & Russell, res 1009 Tenth ave 
Craft k, Russell (N E Craft and G A Russell) grocers, 552 and 

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Crafts F N, fireman steamer Oakland, res 317| Seventh 



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Crafts Lilly Mrs, res 317J Seventh 

Cragwell Mary Miss, cook, res 1359 Twelfth 

Craib Elizabeth Mrs, milliner L H Briggs, res Girard House 

Craig Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Craig Albert, photographer, S F, res 177 Eighth 

Craig Frank, expressman, res 1080 East Seventeenth 

Craig Fred, laborer, res 717 Lewis 

Craig Homer A, insurance agt, S F, res 2223 Grove 

Craig Hugh, mgr New Zealand Insurance Co, S F, res Vernal ave, 

Piedmont 
Craig John A, gardener, 1954 Webster 
Craig Victor, photographer, S F, res 177 Eighth 
Craig W Fred, machinist, res 717 Lewis 
Craig William B, expressman, res 1080 East Seventeenth 
Craig William B Jr, expressman, res 1080 East Seventeenth 
Crai^ William C, carpenter, res 715 Nineteenth 
CRAIG WILLIAM H> dentist, 1055 Broadway, rms 1-4 
Craig W W, brakeman S P Co, res Union Hotel, East Oakland 
Craker J T, sash, door and blind factory, S F, res 1709 Twelfth 
Cram E G (Beardsley & Cram) re3 SE cor Twelfth and Jefferson 
Cramer A E H, cashier Union Savings Bank, res 1509 Broadway 
Cramer John D, painter, res 760 Third 
Crandall F A C Miss, res ^ 678 Lincoln 
Crandall H B, carpenter S P Co, res 1678 Lincoln 
Crandall L A Miss, res 1678 Lincoln 
Crandell Benjamin, express, res 675 East Twenty-fourth 
Crandell Chester S, clerk Charles Baab, res 1008 Ninth ave 
Crandell M Mrs, res 1662 Fourteenth 
Crandell Thomas B, carpenter, res 1008 Ninth ave 
Crandly William, employe Bed Rubber Stamp Co, S F, res 865 

Henry 
Crane Addison M, atty-at-law, res 584 Thirty-fifth 
Crane C C. ticket agt D & R G R R, S F, res Arlington House 
Crane C M Mrs, res w s McCall bet Benton and Mariposa 
Crane Charles W, real estate, res 616 Eighteenth 
Crane Fred H, hardware broker, 1004 Broadway, res 1975 

Broadway 
Crane George H, student, res 1630 Eighth 
Crane Gertrude A Miss, res 584 Thirty-fifth 
Crane Gertrude A Mrs, res 584 Thirty-fifth 
Crane H F, atty-at-law, NW cor Tenth and Broadway, res San 

Leandro 
Crane Henry R, carpenter, res 420 Sixth 
Crane James E, auditor S P Co, S F, res 511 Seventeenth 
Crane Julia Miss, res 1412 Castro 

Crane Lydia J Mrs, lodging house, res cor Sixth and Broadway 
Crane Thomas, electrotyper Pacific Press, res 719 Eleventh 
Crane W W Mrs, res 971 Market 




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Cranwell Jas Rev, asst pastor St Mary's Church, res 616 Seventh 
Cranwell Thomas Rev, asst pastor Church of the Immaculate 

Conception, res 616 Seventh 
Cranz Ewald, salesman, res 1615 Eighth 
Cranz Ferdinand, agt Sutro & Co, res 1615 Eighth 
Cranz Theod, tea merchant, res 1615 Eighth 
Cranz Tony Miss, res 1615 Eighth 
Crase James, engineer S P Co, res 1421 Twelfth 
Crause J C, brakeman S P Co, res 2130 Chestnut 
Crause H A, brakeman S P Co, res 864 Chester 
Craven Andrew F, school teacher, res 481 Prospect 
Craven Louis S, Policy Fireman Fund, S F, res 1315 Myrtle 
Crawford Arthur W, carpenter, res 404 Fifth 
Crawford Charles C, with Hamilton & Brown, res 466 Thir- 
teenth 
Crawford E C Mrs, res 1366 Harrison 

Crawford J K, carpenter Nelson & Madsen, res Webers Hotel 
Crawford John M, collector Beal Street Wharf, res 1159 Center 
Crawford John W, carpenter, res SE cor Todd and Baker 
Crawford Lucy E Miss, teacher Durant School, res 2321 Tele- 
graph ave 
Crawford Thomas, clerk G F Smith, S F, res 1521 Ninth 
CRAWFORD T 0> superintendent Home for Adult Blind, cor 
Telegraph ave and Thirty-sixth, res same, post-office box 393 
Crawford William, clerk Phelan & Fish, res cor Broadway and 

Twelfth 
Crawley W S, res Willson House 
Creamer James, shoemaker, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Creamer Jessie, student, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Crebbin John (Crebbin & Walker) res 371 Tenth 
Crebbin & Walker (John Crebbin and George Walker) proprs Pa- 
cific Oyster House, 469 Eleventh 
Creed William H, atty-at-law,S F, res 541 Twenty-first 
Cregwell May Miss, domestic, res 1359 Twelfth 
Crellen Thomas, pres California Hosiery Co, 1364 Broadway 
Crellin John, capitalist, res 1061 Oak 
Crellin T A, res 1061 Oak 
Cremer John, painter, res 760 Third 
Crestett Peter, employe Mountain View Cemetery 
Crestetto J, quarryman, res Temescal 

Crestetto James, blacksmith, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-ninth 
Criffe Henry, res 1052 East Twenty-first 

Crimmins Mar}^ domestic, cor East Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
second ave 
Crinnion Peter, carpenter and builder, 759 Seventh 
Cripps Harry T, clerk S P Co, res 1060 Campbell 
Crisinger Philip B, engineer, res 1202 Seventh ave 
Crist Elizabeth Mrs, res 1730 Linden 



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Crist, Gallagher & Co (Geo F Crist and Daniel Gallagher) proprs 
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Crist George F (Crist, Gallagher & Co, and G F Crist & Sons) res 

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Crist G F & Sons (G F, J A and R F) proprs Brooklyn Tan- 
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Crist J F, tannery, res 1053 East Fourteenth 
Crist Julius A (Crist G F & Sons) res 1053 East Fourteenth 
Crist Rudolph F (Crist GF & Sons) res 1053 East Fourteenth 
Cristensoh H Miss, domestic, 672 Fourteenth 
Oristovich Martin, waiter, res 457 Seventh 
Criswell Edwin A, carpenter, res East Oakland Hotel 
Crittenden H K, janitor Garfield School, res cor East Fifteenth 

and Twenty -second ave 
Crittenden James L, atty-at-law, res 1533 San Pablo ave 
Croak James, broom maker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Crocett Francesca, laundry, res 1515 San Pablo ave 
Croci John, laborer, res cor Fourteenth and Twenty-Second ave 
Crocker Charles S, conductor S P Co, res 723 Henry 
Crocker Frank E, salesman Ham Coleman, res 359 Eleventh 
Crockett Emma Miss, res 2175 East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Crockett J B Mrs, res 2175 East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Crofoot William M, machinist, res 669 Fifth 
Croofhan Francis, engineer, res 1551 Seventh 
Croke James, carpenter, res 1701 Adeline 
Crom C C, upholsterer S P Co, res 1211 Taylor 
Crompton Elizabeth Mrs, res n s Forty-third nr Adeline 
Orompton Sarah Mrs, groceries, res 952 Twenty-fourth 
Cron & Son (William and Willam Jr) butchers, NE cor Thir- 
teenth and Washington 
Cron Theresa Miss, res 572 Sixteenth 
Cron William (Cron & Son) res 955 East Twelfth 
Cron William Jr (Cron & Son) res 955 East Twelfth 
Cronan Mrs, res 553 Seventh, 

Cronan Anna Miss (Cronan & Summers) res 561 East Fifteenth 
Cronan Daniel, laborer S P Co, res 622 Henry 
Cronan Ellen Mrs, res 561 East Fifteenth 
Cronan John, res cor County Road and Mitchell 
Cronan John, laborer S P Co, res 622| Henry 
Cronan Mary A Mrs, res cor County Road and Mitchell 
Cronan Mary A Miss, domestic, res 622 Henry 
Cronan & Summers (Anna Cronan and B Summers) dressmak- 
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Cronin Catherine, res 471 Bay Place 

Cronin Cornelius, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Cronin Daniel, laborer Oakland Gas Light and Heat Company, 
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Cronin Ella Miss, domestic, res 762 Ninth 

Cronin James F, tailor, res 553 Seventh 

Cronin John, switchman S P Co, res 1717 William 

Cronin John F, clerk San Francisco Laundry, res 553 Seventh 

Cronin Martin, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 734 

Henry 
Cronin Stephen D, laborer, res 1814 Grove 
Cronin William F, cigar maker Belclon & Bros, res 1814 Grove 
Cronkrite J W, bootmaker, 1711 San Pablo ave 
Cronly M Mrs, res 829 Oak 
Croon John F, foreman press room Tribune Publishing Companv, 

resS F 
Cropley Simon, expressman, res 1936 Linden 
Crosbie William, laborer, res 826 Thirty -fifth 
Crosby John B, barber, res 1009 Seventh 
Crosley J S, clerk, res 528 Knox 
Cross Betsey Mrs, res 1724 Eighth 

Cross Florence E Miss, dressmaker, 1002 Twenty-eighth 
Cross James H Mrs, res 903 Market 
Cross Stanlev, res 903 Market 

Cross Thomas S, clerk McMillan & Cox, res 837 Market 
Crossman John, carpenter S P Co, res 1621 Taylor 
Crosso Constinno, cart and carriage mfr. res Peralta House 
Crosson E C Miss, dressmaker, 1260 West 
Crosson James, clerk S P Co, res 1260 West 
Crosson Mary A Miss, dressmaker, res 1260 West 
Crouch Effie Miss, res 1061 Seventh ave 
Crouch Elisha, farmer, res 1061 Seventh ave 
Crouch Thomas, foreman finish room California Jute Mills 
Crow Clinton P, commission merchant, S F, res 814 Thirteenth 
Crow I P, farmer, res 1320 Chestnut 
Crow Mattie, res 814 Thirteenth 
Crow William, laborer, res 1832 Seventh 
Crowell Eugene E, res 1465 Ninth 

Crowley Charles C, insurance agt, res 308 East Sixteenth 
Crowley Charles J, ship calker, res 408 Ninth 
Crowley Cornelius, teamster, res 750 Willow 
Crowley Daniel, laborer, res 214 Hollis 
Crowley Daniel, gardener, res 966 Peralta 
Crowley Daniel J, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry Associa- 

. tion, res 1517 Fifth 
CROWLEY DANIEL (Burtchaell & Crowley), res 670 Sycamore 
Crowley DD, physician and surgeon, 1103 J Broadway, and health 

officer and city physician, Fifteenth, rear of City Hall, office 

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Crowley H, clerk J A Joyce, res Willson House 
Crowley J, merchant, res Willson House 
Crowley James W, laborer S P Co, res 1664 Pacific 



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Crowley J C, clerk Joyce & Macdonald, res 226 Ninth 

Crowley John, laborer, res 1517 Fifth 

Crowley John, helper S P Co, res 1659 Fifteenth 

Crowley ^Tohn Jr, seaman, res 1517 Fifth 

Crowle} 7 John W, res Willson House 

Crowley Kate Miss, shirtmaker M J Keller, res 1920 Linden 

Crowley M Mrs, domestic, 1253 Eleventh ave 

Crowley Mary, domestic, res 1410 Franklin 

Crowley Mary E Miss, domestic, 912 Sixth ave 

Crowley Mary J Mrs, res 670 Sycamore 

Crowley Michael, laborer, res 1920 Linden 

Crowley Thomas, laborer, res 527 Thirty-sixth 

Crowley Thomas, fruit dealer, res 718 Filbert 

Crowley Thomas, notions and novelties, 1252 San Pablo ave, res 
945 Union 

Crowley Timothy, cleaner S P Co, res 214 Hollis 

Crowley Timothy J, butcher, 601 Sixteenth 

Crozier Wilbur CJifton, employe Rockridge Park 

Cruft John, music teacher, res 809 Castro 

Cruft John Jr, musician, res 809 Castro 

Cruikshank James R, clerk Theodore Gier & Bros, res 732 Filbert 

Cruikshank John A, clerk G A I Tea Co, res 732 Filbert 

Cruikshank John K, farmer, res 732 Filbert 

Crum Casper C, upholsterer S P Co, res 1711 Taylor 

Cruse George C, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 513 Madi- 
son 

Cruse William, construction foreman S P Co, res 1674 Eighth 

Cruson B F, res 5 1 5 Ninth 

Cruz Frank (Smith & Cruz) res 254 Harlan 

Cruz Henry, master mariner, res 113 Hollis 

Cruz Henry J, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 113 Hollis 

Cruz Joseph, plumber Burtchaell & Crowley, res 720 Seventh 

Cruz Manuel, laborer, res 254 Harlan 

Cruz Mary Miss, nurse, res 1806 Grove 

Cruz Mary F Miss, dressmaker, res 113 Hollis 

Cruz Peter, packer Oakland Pickle Factory, res 1806 Grove 

Cruze Anton, laborer S P Co, res Alameda 

Cruze Joseph, employe Burtchaell & Crowley, res La Clede House 

Crystal Palace Saloon, Frank Stewart proprietor, 463 Ninth 

Cudden Annie Miss, domestic, 266 East Twelfth 

Cuddy Geo F, yeast powder manufacturer, S F, res 1064 Willow 

Cuddy John, compositor, res 1064 Willow 

Cue William, res 614 Adeline 

Cuian Charles, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works 

Culhane Julia A Mrs, groceries, res 751 Willow 

Culhane Robert, clerk Julia Culhane, res 751 Willow 

Cull an Rose, domestic, res 1374 Franklin 

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Cullen Alice J Miss, teacher Buford Kindergarten, S F, res 1219 

Eleventh ave 
Cullen E, shoemaker George Samuels, res Fortieth nr Telegraph 

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Cullen Edward, shoemaker, res 1314 Thirty-sixth 
Cullen Edward S, boot and shoemaker, res SE cor Spring and 

Adeline 
Cullen Elizabeth R Mrs, res 1219 Eleventh ave 
Cullen Grace Miss, domestic, 2429 Telegraph ave 
Cullen John, fireman S P Co, res 919 Alice 
Cullen John, helper S P Co, res 410 Tenth 
Cullen Katie Miss, domestic, 1376 Franklin 
Cullen M, farmer, res 701 East Twelfth 
Cullen Maggie Mrs, res 626 Third 
Cullen Patrick, gardener, Rockridge Park 
Cullen Thomas, machinist S P Co, res 962 Center 
Cullen Win O, clerk Bank of California, res 1219 Eleventh ave 
Cullin Michael, farmer, res High opp Prescott 
Culver C A, mgr Coon & Co, S F, res 358 East Fourteenth 
Culver Edwin S, trustee Oakland Free Library and business mgr 

Breeder and Sportsman, S F, res 2117 Adeline 
Culver Elias W (Culver & McGilvray) res Girard House 
Culver Jennie V Miss, res 217 Tenth 
Culver O P, stationery, S F, res 2152 Chestnut 
Cumberlich John (J Cumberlich & Co) res 1516 Seventh 
Cumberson William, engineer, res Overland House 
Cumming Alexander Mel, bookkeeper, res cor East Fourteenth 

and Park 
Cumming George Capt, capitalist, res cor Park and East Four- 
teenth, Fruit Vale 
Cumming George, port warden, res NE cor Park and East Four- 
teenth, Fruit Vale 
Cumming George G (J K Smallman & Co) res 1253 Eleventh ave 
Cumming James B, carpenter, res 245 Louise 
Cumming James G, gardener, res Linden Lane nr Telegraph ave 
Cummings A G Mrs, dressmaker, res 1423 San Pablo ave 
Cummings Alpheus S, switchman S P Co, res 1870 Division 
Cummings Anderson P, clerk United States Mint, res 916 Center 
Cummings Charles, engineer Electric Light Co, res 1219 Seventh 

ave 
Cummings Duncan W, miner, res 1329 Ninth ave 
Cummings H, res 508§ Fifteenth 

Cummings Henry K (Cummings & Co) res 1110 Alice 
Cummings James, livery stable, 860 Alice, res 843 Harrison 
Cummings James G, gardener, res Temescal 
Cummings James H, commission merchant, res 843 Harrison 
Cummings Joseph, shearsman Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 
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Cummings Lawrence H, brakeman S P Co, res 843 Harrison 

Cummings T B Mrs, res 1723 Eighth 

CUNARD LINE STEAMERS. Geo B Seaman agent, 1073 Br'dway 

Cuncannpn Thomas, laborer, res 415 Seventh 

Cunconnon William, laborer S P Co, res 1813 William 

CunnifF Celia Miss, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

Cunniff Frances Miss, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

CunnifF Frank, carpenter, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

CunnifF John, cattle dealer, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

CunnifF Joseph, cattle dealer, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

CunnifF Mary Miss, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

CunnifF Sarah Miss, domestic, 829 Jackson 

CunnifF Thos J, carpenter, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

Cunningham — , planing mill, res Adeline nr County Road 

Cunningham Annie Miss, domestic, res 1127 East Twentieth 

Cunningham Barney, nailer Judson ManuFacturing Co, res 1319 

Center 
Cunningham Elizabeth Mrs, res 1400 Twelfth 
Cunningham George W, teamster Morton & Risdon, S F, res 

1400 Twelfth 
Cunningham James, ship carpenter, res 1510 Fifth 
Cunningham James W, emplove Eagle Box and Manufacturing 

Co>es 1400 Twelfth 
Cunningham John, livery stable, 1368 Broadway, res 1316 Tele- 
graph ave 
Cunningham Joseph, brakeman S P Co, res 713 Lewis 
Cunningham Mollie Mrs, teacher on Domestic sewing machine, 

res 1062 Broadway 
Cunningham Nora Mrs, cook Cape Ann Bakery, res NW cor 

Eleventh and Clay 
Cunningham P R, supt Oakland Planing Mills, res Adeline, Fruit 

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Cunningham T A, livery stable, res 1368 Broadway 
Cunningham Thos A, farmer, res 2124 Elm 
Cunningham W H, canvasser F Kings, res 611 Tenth 
Cunningham W M, res 316 Tenth 
Cunninghame C, bookkeeper, res Vernon Heights 
Cupples David L, bookkeeper, S F, res 817 Franklin 
Cupps Herbert, apprentice engineer and pattern maker, res 1313 

Ninth ave 
Cupps John, mining, res 1313 Ninth ave 
Cupps Lillie Miss, res 1313 Ninth ave 

Curby C E, agt Drummond Tobacco Co, S F, res 224 Ninth 
Curley James, plumber, S F, res Forty-fifth nr Grove 
Curley James B, stableman Piedmont Street Railway Co, res 

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Curley John, driver Lewis W Morley, NE cor Market and Thirty- 
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Curley John, clerk Berkeley Market, res Forty-fifth bet Tele- 
graph ave and Grove 

Curley John F, milkman, res s s Forty-fifth nr Grove 

Curley Patrick C, laborer, res s s Forth-fifth nr Grove , 

Curnow Annie Mrs, lodging house, 503 Eleventh 

Curnow William, clerk Phelan & Fish, res cor Eleventh and 
Washington 

Curran Ed, laborer, res 415 Seventh 

Curran James F, produce dealer, res 1030 Willow 

Curran Joseph, machinist Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 721 
Sixth 

Curran Julia Miss, res 833 Myrtle 

Curran Robert, fireman C P R R, res 1504 Third 

Curran Robert E, dyer California Hosiery Co, res w s Telegraph 
ave bet Fortieth and Forty-first 

Curran R A, fireman S P Co, res 1504 Third 

Curran Rose Mrs, groceries, 1030 Willow 

Curran Thomas, laborer, res 1504 Third 

Curry David, tinner W W Montague, S F, res 13 Maple 

Curry John, res 411 Seventh 

Curtice Arthur T Mrs, res 827 Willow 

Curtin David J, peddler, res 1020 Twelfth 

Curtin John Mrs, res San Pablo ave bet Thirty-sixth and Thirty- 
seventh 

Curtis Charles, printer, S F, res 1316 Kirkham* 

Curtis David T, farmer, res Fairmont House 

CUHTiS ELLIOT D> homeopathic physician, Plavter Block, rms 
2 and 3, res 1217 Myrtle 

Curtis George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Curtis George J, clerk Anton & De Mars, res 1208 Seventh 

Curtis Hall, 767 Sixth 

Curtis Henry, printer, S F, res 1316 Kirkham 

Curtis James M, wood and coal, grain and feed, 1222 Seventh, 
res 1220 Seventh 

CURTIS JOHN, coal and wood, 808 Eighth, res 821 Fifteenth 

Curtis John Jr, res 821 Fifteenth 

Curtis Marshall, res 773 Sixth 

Curtis Metta Miss, res 821 Fifteenth 

Curtis Murray, dry goods, res 827 Market 

Curtis William B, paper ruler, S F, res 1316 Kirkham 

Curtis William F, contractor and builder, res 1032 Linden 

Curtis Winfield, res 779 Sixth 

Curtis Winifred Mrs, res 1208 Seventh 

Curtiss B L, engineer, res 832 Twenty-second 

Curtiss Charles B, res 1317 Sixteenth ave 

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CURTISS HARVEY T (Curtiss & Davie) res 1119 Third ave 
Curtiss S N, clerk Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 
Cushing Allen, engineer S P Co, res 560 East Eleventh 
Cushing Charles H, sec State Investment Insurance, S F, res 

1164 Eighth 
Cushing Charles S, clerk First National Gold Bank, S F, res 

1669 Thirteenth 
Cushing Clara J Mrs, clerk Oakland Millinery Store, res Playter 

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Cushing Edward C, fireman S P Co, res 560 East Eleventh 
Cushing George C, res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing H D (John Cushing & Son) res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing Henry (Cushing & Son) res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing J H Mrs, Christian scientist, res 568 Seventeenth 
Cushing John (John Cushing & Son) res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing John, teamster, res 808 Castro 
Cushing John M, collector S P Co, res 1669 Thirteenth 
CUSHING JOHN & SON (John Cushing and H D Cushing) 

groceries, 478 and 480 Ninth cor Washington 
Cushing Rose Miss, res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing Simeon M, clerk S P Co, res 727 Chester 
Cushing Walter, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 727 

Chester 
Cusick John, grocer, 1747 Market 
Custer William A, clerk S P Co, res 830 Sixteenth 
Cuthbertson Walter J, architect, res 824 Twenty-eighth 
Cuthill Alexander, machinist, res 1280 Seventeenth ave 
Cu thill James, machinist, res 1280 Seventeenth ave 
Cuthill John D, res 1280 Seventeenth ave 

Cuthill Thomas A, pattern maker, S F, res 1280 Seventeenth ave 
Cutler Alfred D, president Cutting Packing Co, S F, res 726 

Fifteenth 
Cutler S M (Sisson, Crocker & Co., S F) res 914 Eighth 
Cutter B O, mining, S F, res 574 Thirteenth 
Cutter O H, propr Ross House, 46 9 J Ninth 
Cutter Chester G, cattle dealer, res 146 Lake 
Cutting Francis, Cutting Packing Co, S F, res 1405 Alice 
Guttler Edwin W, tinsmith, S F, res 1362J Eleventh 
Cuvellier Bernard C, clerk, S F, res 1212 Poplar 
CYCLONE WINDMILL, Pacific Manufacturing Co makers, 934 

and 936 Mission, S F, Oakland office 419 and 421 Tenth 
Cyrus Rose Miss, teacher piano, res n s Forty-fifth nr Adeline 
Czapkay Edward G, laundryman, res 1522 Fifth 

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Dabia Cruz, laborer, res bet Forty-first and Forty-second nr Grove 

Dabney G A, res 1010 Franklin 

Dabney N R Mrs, dressmaker, 1010 Franklin 

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Daborich S E, agt Litton Spring Mineral Water Co, S F, res 

469 Twenty-first 
Dacambra Munwell, laborer, res 575 Third 
Dackhow Charles, laborer, res Lynde nr Fruit Vale ave 
Daganey E, dyer Charles Reuter, res 1246 San Pablo ave 
Daggett E J Mrs, res 284 Eleventh 
Daggett Hiram W, laborer, res 264 East Fifteenth 
Daggett John R, wholesale fish dealer, res 284 Eleventh 
Daggett Louisa Mrs, res 264 East Fifteenth 
Daggett Wesley, domestic, 1351 Fourth ave 
Dahl Albert T.'bookbinder, res 1625 Market 

Dabl Fred, carpenter Crist, Gallaghar & Co, res High, Fruit Vale 
Dahl Harry, salesman S Eleaser, res 571 Sixth 
Dahl Henning, soapmaker Magic Soap Works, res 1419 Castro 
Dahl Henry, shoemaker Queen Boot and Shoe Store, res 318 

Third 
Dahl Henry, laborer, res 1609 West 
Dahl John'P, fireman S P Co, res 318 Third 
Dahl Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 1523 Fifth 
Dahl Theodore, sailmaker, S F, res 1625 Market 
Dahlen Frank C, teamster W S & O T Co, res 714 Webster 
Dahlen Philip, res 1508 Brush 
Dahlgren Carl, artist, res 1669 Eighth 
Dahlgren Marius, artist, 864 J Broadway, res 1669 Eighth 
Dahnke Fred, millwright Ingler & Atkinson, res Eureka Hotel 
Dailey Peter J, cigars and tobacco, 1762 Seventh, res 827 Wood 
Daken Joseph, carpenter, res 1371 Seventh 
Dakes Richard H, carriage painter, 1362 San Pablo ave, res 516 

Fifteenth 
Dakes Richard H Mrs, dressmaker, 516 Fifteenth 
Dale L Mrs, res 1816 Seward 
Dale W, machinist, res 1816 Seward 
Daley Ann, domestic Mrs Baldwin, Vernon Heights 
Daley Elsworth, painter S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Daley Hugh, stableman, res 561 Sixth 
Daley Laurence, machinist California Jute Mills 
Dall C C, res 1235 Poplar 
Dall Jennie Miss, res 1235 Poplar 
Dall Mattie Miss, res 1235 Poplar 
Dallam Ella Miss, res 1258 Grove 

Dallam Richard B (Armes & Dallam, S F) res 1258 Grove 
Dallas James, dealer in redwood lumber, 969 Broadway, rm 47, 

res 1383 Broadway 
Dallimore William J, res 968 Thirty-fifth 
Dalmas George W, cooper Oakland Pickle Factoiy, res Avenue 

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Dalmas William B, cooper Oakland Pickle Factory, res 811 

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Dalton Edward 0, student, res 915 Jackson 

Dalton Frank N (H N Dalton & Sons) res 949 Pine 

Dalton HN(HN Dalton & Sons) res 949 Pine 

Dalton H N & Sons (H N, H P and F N) mfrs agricultural 
implements, cor Cedar and Seward 

Dalton Henry P (H N Dalton & Sons) res 949 Pine 

Dalton John, foreman laundry man Contra Costa Laundry, res 
1215 Kirkham 

Dalton Michael, warehouse, S F, res 1014 Willow 

Dalton P E (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res 915 Jackson 

Daly Anna Mrs, res 626 Third 

Daly Catherine Mrs, saloon, res 1323 Fourteenth 

Daly Charles H, with Hawley Bros Hardware Co, S F, res East 
Twenty-seventh bet Twenty first and Twenty-second aves 

Daly Delia, mender California Hosiery Co, res 1466 Fifth 

Daly Dennis, laborer, res 1721 Atlantic 

Daly James, sexton Church of the Immaculate Conception, res 
616 Seventh 

Daly John, captain, res Ross House 

Daly John, fireman S P Co, res 808 Chester 

Daly John A, livery stable, res 532 Seventeenth 

Daly John C (Kane & Daly) res 532 Seventeenth 

Daly L, employe California Jute Mills, res 816 East Twelfth 

Daly Lizzie, employe California Cotton Mills, res 816 East 
Twelfth 

Daly Mabel H Miss, res East Twenty-seventh nr Twenty-first ave 

Daly Mary, domestic, 1012 Fourteenth 

Daly Richard, laborer, res 869 Twenty-second 

Dalziel Alexander S, apprentice Dalziel & Moller, res 522 Fif- 
teenth 

Dalziel Andrew, salesman, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel James, clerk E F Delger, res 762 Fifteenth 

Dalziel & Moller (Robert Dalziel and "William Moller) stoves, tin- 
ware and plumbers, 1152 Broadway 

Dalziel Robert (Dalziel & Moller) res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel Robert Jr, apprentice Dalziel & Moller, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel William, plumber, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dam Alphonzo F, engineer, res 714 Market 

Dam Cleveland L, bookkeeper Gage, Shattuck & Co, S F, res 493 
Twenty -third 

Dam Cyrus, bridge builder, res 718 Market 

Dam Fannie Miss, res 718 Market 

Dam Lucy E Mrs, res 493 Twenty-third 

Dam Matilda Mrs, res 862 Chester 

Dam Samuel, farmer, res 714 Market 

Dam William H, engineer S P Co, res 718 Market 

Damas Fred W, teacher, res 765 Jackson 

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Damon Edward, cabinet maker C W Kinsey, res 1720 San Pablo 

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Damon George F, calker, res 513 Sixth 
Damon Rosetta E, res 1720 San Pablo ave 
Dancer Martha Mrs, res 512 East Fifteenth 
Dancona Henry, peddler, res 514 Fourth 
Dand John, carpenter S P Co, res 1674 Eighth 
Danforth Emma L Mrs, res 513 Twentieth 
Danforth George S, .carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 544 

Eighteenth 
Danhnkee Fred, millman, res 898 Clay 
Dania's Hall and Club Room, 864J Broadway 
Daniel S 0, printer Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 
Daniel William, bartender First and Last Chance Saloon 
Daniels G B & Co (G B Daniels) stationery, pictures and fancy 

goods, 1153 Broadway 
Daniels Gilbert B (G B Daniels & Co) res John nr Howe 
Daniels John W H, with S P Burdick, res 1409 Grove 
Daniels Robert L, engraver, res cor East Twenty-fifth and Seventh 

ave 
Daniels S F, police judge and atty-at-law, 969 Broadway, rm 34, 

res 1956 Filbert 
Daniels Thomas, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 701 Brush 
Danielson Charles, clerk C Schley, res 770 East Twelfth 
Danielson Daniel E, bootmaker, res s s Alcatraz nr Adeline 
Danke Captain, builder Pioneer Mill, res 818 Clay 
Dann Fred P, photographer, res 922 Thirty-fourth 
Dann Lillian M Mrs, res 1670 Taylor 
Dannaker W A, patrolman, res 1662 Eighth 
Dannon John, laborer S P Co, res 818 Twenty-first 
Danzin Catrine Mrs, res 716 Fourth. 
Danzinger Emma, res 1269 Sixth ave 
Danzinger I, tobacconist, res Tubbs Hotel 
Danzinger Isidore, bookkeeper, res 1269 Sixth ave 
Darah Sarah, domestic, res 1023 Eighth 
Darcy Jeremiah F, chief engineer Oakland Cable Co, res 760 

Lydia 
Dargie Annie R Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 267 Ninth 
Dargie E G Mrs, res 267 Ninth 

Dargie Thomas T, sec Tribune Publishing Co, res 1168 Jackson 
Dargie William E, mgr Tribune Publishing Co, res 1168 Jackson 
Darling William A, employe custom house, res Blake House 
Darmstadt Rosa Mrs, res 1319 Center 
Darnal John C, driver Caledonian Dye Works, res American 

House 
Darnal William F, clerk, 474 Tenth 
Darr Ida Miss, folder Pacific Press, res 605 Tenth 
Darr J, clerk, res Clarendon House 



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Darr Stillman, printer Pacific Press, res 605 Tenth 

Darrah Dennis, baker, res 489 Twenty-fourth 

Darrah John, cash boy Salinger's, res 489 Twenty-fourth 

Darrin K, physician, res 658 Fourteenth 

Darrow Benjamin O, clerk O'Connell & McDonald, res 1156 Alice 

Darrow M E Mrs, res 1156 Alice 

Dart Albert M, copyist, res 1954 Webster 

Dart H A Mrs, res 'l 129 Myrtle 

DASHAWAY STABLES, Sackrider & Chisholm proprietors, 370 

Eleventh 
Daul Alexander, tailor J M Keller, res 809 Sixteenth 
Dauriac Felix L, clerk J J Dauriac, res 619 Sixteenth 
Dauriac J J, grocer, 1268 Grove, res 619 Sixteenth 
Dauriac J M Miss, res 619 Sixteenth 

Davenport Byron L, apprentice Sturm & Leitch, res 1003 Center 
Davenport Matthew, res Homeopathic Hospital 
Davenport Richard, architect, res Areata House 
Davenport William, paper dealer, res 1003 Center 
Daveson Grace Miss, res 817 Twentieth 
David Kate, domestic, NE cor McAdam and Broadway 
Davidson Mrs, res 1751 Ninth ave 
Davidson A, res 316 Tenth 

Davidson D, dentist Burnette Dental Co, res Galindo Hotel 
Davidson George, electrician Pacific Coast Electrical Construction 

Co, res cor Webster and Second 
Davidson H L, civil engineer, res 1291 Alice , 

Davidson James, carpenter, res 739 Lewis 
DAVIDSON J N, proprietor Bay State Bakery, 520 Fourteenth, 

res 604 Fourteenth 
Davidson John, laborer, res Temescal ave nr Telegraph ave 
Davidson Peter A, salesman A J Wiener, res 1316 Telegraph ave 
Davidson Ward, civil engineer, res 1729 Myrtle 
DAVIE JOHN L (Curtiss & Davie; res Klinknerville 
Davies Charles H, wood moulder, res 1164 Sixth ave 
Davies David, clerk Jones' Bazar, res 524 Sixteenth 
Davies E A Mrs, lodgings, res 618 Eighth 
Davies Frank W, floral and seed depot, res 330 Ninth 
Davies John M, sec Board of Trade, res 1303 Sixth ave 
Davies Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 1313 Ninth ave 
Davies William, shearsman Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 955J 

Washington 
Davies William M, res 1303 Sixth ave 

Davila Bebiano, teamster, res cor Forty-fifth and Telegraph ave 
Davila Mary Miss, res Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave 
Davin Frank, res 142 Ettie 

Daviner Frank, night flour packer Samm & Co, res Watts Tract 
Davis Mrs, dressmaker, res Willson House 
Davis Abraham, furniture store, 703 and 705 Broadway 



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Z2 p S Co, 902 Broadway, res 91.3 Chester 

**? «* {5 ' Davis Aibei't G, agt New Zealand Insurance Co, res 913 Chester 
*Z£n Davis Alfred L, blacksmith F W Davis, res 512 East Fifteenth 
^ 3 rf Davis Alvin H, carpenter, res 902 East Twenty-first 
r» * $ Davis A M Mrs, ladies' nui>e, res 759 Sixteenth 
^ Davis Andrew L, carpenter, res 1228 Nineteenth ave 

& c/o Davis Andrew, butcher, res 701 Sycamore 
§ S Davis Anita Miss, res 913 Chester 

g [g Davis Arthur L, teamster Log: Cabin Bakery, res 658 Sycamore 
Eh oc Davis Asa T, printer, res 902 East Twenty-first 

Davis Bart, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res 1833 Grove 

Davis C B, sawyer Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 859 Clay 

Davis Charles, carpenter, res 1230 Nineteenth ave 

Davis Charles B, driver police patrol wagon, res 913 Kirkham 

Davis Charles E, salesman, S F. res 920 Brush 

Davis C F Mrs, physician, res 762 Eighteenth 

Davis Claude, candy maker Bruning Bros, res Willson House 

Davis Dewitt C, shipping clerk W and J Sloane, S F, res 902 

East Twenty-first 
Davis D R, foreman Western Union Telegraph Co, res 1103 Wood 
Davis E, carriage maker W Morck 
Davis Edmund S Gen, res 769 Eighth 
Davis Edward A, ropemaker, res 658 Grove 
Davis Eliza Mrs, res 1316 Kirkham 

Davis Emma J Miss, milliner Palace of Fashion, res 576 Third 
Davis Emma Mrs, res e s Claremont ave nr Telegraph ave 
Davis F R, carpenter S P Co, res Summer nr junction Adeline 

and San Pablo ave 
Davis Frank, hostler Thirteenth Street Stable, res 411 Thirteenth 
Davis Fred A, bookkeeper, S F, res 769 Eighth 
Davis Frederick W, blacksmith, 1050 East Eleventh, res 512 East 

Fifteenth 
Davis G A J (Davis & Son) res 532 Thirty-fourth 
DAVIS G A J & SON (G A J and George W) groceries, 919 

Washington and 511 Ninth 
Davis George E, teamster E B Dean & Co, res 709 Fifth 
Davis George H, clerk First National Bank, res 913 Chester 
Davis George W (G A J Davis & Son) res 532 Thirty-fourth 
Davis Granville M, Wentworth Boot and Shoe Factory, res 573 

Eighth 
Davis H, insurance, res Tubbs Hotel 
Davis Harris, furniture dealer, 463 Twelfth and 421 and 423 

Sixth, res 423 Sixth 
Davis Harry L. salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res Galindo Hotel 
Davis Harry W, blacksmith F W Davis, res 512 East Fifteenth 
Davis H B, machinist, res 1785 William 



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Davis Henry B, carpenter S P Co, res 1674 William 

Davis Henry C, dentist, S F, res 1318 Jackson 

Davis Henry J, gardener,. res 1424 Thirteenth ave 

DAVIS & HILL (W R Davis and W L Hill) attorneys-at-law, 

957 Broadway 
Davis Hugh, laborer, res 1568 Webster 
Davis Isaac, peddler, res 1420 Tenth 
Davis Jacob, with Edward Barnett, res 569 Fifth 
Davis James, carpenter, res 834 Cedar 
Davis James, farmer, res Claremont ave nr College ave 
Davis James, teamster quarry, res McAdarn off New Broadway 
Davis James D, farmer, res e s Adeline beyond Forty-eighth 
Davis James H, butcher Joseph Simon, res 1833 Grove 
Davis James L, student Commercial College, res 1057 Center 
Davis J E, dentist, 1103 J Broadway, res 527 Eighteenth 
Davis Jennie Mrs, dressmaker, res Willson House 
Davis Jemima Miss, res 1424 Thirteenth ave 
Davis John, carpenter S P Co, res 1723 Seventh 
Davis John, farmer, res 974 Thirty-fifth 
Davis John, fireman, res 1833 Grove 

Davis John, teamster quarry, res McAdarn off New Broadway 
Davis John Jr, res 974 Thirty-fifth 
Davis John D, contractor, res Adeline nr Monroe 
Davis John R, miner, res 1273 Ninth ave 
Davis Juanita Miss, clerk New Zealand Insurance Co, res 913 

Chester 
Davis Kate Miss, dressmaker, res 1833 Grove 
Davis Lillie Miss, res 913 Chester 
Davis Lizzie Miss, res 1273 Ninth ave 
Davis Margaret Mrs, res 1918 Linden 
Davis Maria J Miss, res 913 Chester 
Davis Miles, laborer, res San Pablo ave bet Thirty-sixth and 

Thirty-seventh 
Davis M V Mrs, res 759 Sixteenth 

Davis Robert H, commercial traveler, res 362 East Sixteenth 
Davis R Mrs, res 1230 Nineteenth ave 
Davis Russell, student, res 1258 Webster 
Davis Samuel M, barber, 1317 San Pablo ave 
Davis Samuel, carpenter, res 1230 Nineteenth ave 
Davis Samuel S S Mrs, res 1823 Adeline 
Davis Sarah Miss, domestic Girard House 
Davis S E, carpenter, res 566 Hobart 
Davis Stanton, res 58 Eighth 

Davis Sumner H, carpenter, res 1087 East Twenty-first 
Davis Sydney E, carpenter, res 566 Hobart 
Davis TF, tallyman S P Co, res 1775 Seventh 
Davis Thomas, upholsterer H Bankhead, res 573 Eighth 
Davis T J Mrs, res 453 East Eleventh 



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Davis William, conductor S P Co, tds 1006 Webster 

Davis William, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res Girard 

House 
Davis William, saddlery, hardware and harness, S F, res 1112 

Second ave 
Davis William, teamster, res Claremont ave nr College ave 
Davis William H, salesman Christian Schreiber, res St John House 
Davis William Heath, solicitor Home Mutual Insurance Co, res 

913 Chester 
Davis William I, res 701 Franklin 

Davis W N, mgr Kellett & McMurray, res 613 Seventeenth 
DAVIS WILLIAM R (Davis & Hill) and mayor, res 514 Eighteenth 
Davis William W, farmer, res e s Adeline beyond Forty-eighth 
Davison Charles, plumber and gasfitter E F Delger and extra- 
man Engine No 3, res 856 Adeline 
Davison Constance Mrs, res cor Ninth ave and Twenty-fifth 
Davison J. res 604 Fourteenth 
Davison James, carpenter, res 739 Lewis 
Davison Maggie E Miss, teacher of music, res 856 Adeline 
Davison William G, blacksmith, 1724 Seventh, res 856 Adeline 
Davy Joseph, jobber, res 764 Fifth 
Daw James M, bookkeeper, S F, res 708 Sixth 
Daw John, bookkeeper, S F, res 708 Sixth 
Daw May Miss, res 708 Sixth 
Dawe Frank, res Silver nr Moss ave 
DAWLEY J M, secretary and manager Petroline Paint Co, res 

956 Grove 
Dawson E A Mrs, res 1326 Twenty-second ave 
Dawson Edw, hardwood lumber, S F, res Arlington House 
Day Charles E, clerk Bruning Bros, res Clarendon House 
Day Eva, helper California Hosiery Co, res 559 Seventeenth 
Day John, employe California Jute Mills 
Day John, porter S P Co, res 1635 Adeline 
Day John E, with S P Co, res 1789 Seventh 
Day Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1709 Atlantic 
Day Thomas S, capitalist, res 373 Orchard 
Dayton George L, res 118 Thirteenth 
Dayton J, brakeman S P Co, res 1727 Goss 
Dayton Jeremiah B, mining, S F, res 118 Thirteenth 
Dayton John F, conductor S P Co, res 1723 Eighth 
Deacon A S Mrs, res 1520 Telegraph ave 
Deady Mary Miss, clerk Palace Dye Works, res S F 
Deal A B Mrs, clerk U S Mint, S F, res Galindo Hotel 
Deal Flora Miss, res 1380 Broadway 
Deal G D, Galindo Hotel 
Deal George, laborer, res 1380 Broadway 
Dean A C, Log Cabin Bakery, res Erie House, rm 3 
Dean Albert, driver California Cracker Co, res 116 Sixth 



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Dean Carrie A Miss, clerk New York Bakery, res 853 Myrtle 

Dean E B & Co, business 969 Broadway, rm 47 

Dean Elisha B (E B Dean & Co) res 1219 Grove 

Dean E W, salesman E B Dean & Co, res 1219 Grove 

Dean Frances A Miss, principal Field Seminary, res 1825 Tele- 
graph ave 

Dean Frank, car repairer S P Co, res 1685 William 

Dean Frank M, bookkeeper, S F, res Klinkner ave nr San Pablo ave 

Dean James B (King, Morse & Co, S F) res 1325 Jackson 

Dean James B Jr, clerk, S F, res 1325 Jackson 

Dean Samuel C, miner, res 1210 Grove 

Dean Sarah, domestic, 1723 Nineteenth ave 

Dean T B Mrs, res 1258 Webster 

Dean William, engineer S P Co, res 613 East Eleventh 

Dean William W, engineer S P Co, res 1206 Eighth 

Deane Clara, res 1253 Webster 

Deane Charles, res 1253 Webster 

Deane R W, res 1253 Webster 

Dearborn Charles W, note teller Oakland Bank of Savings, res 
1357 Eleventh ave 

Dearborn Daniel G, res 1453 Tenth ave 

Dearborn G Walter, bookkeeper Traveler's Insurance Company, 
S F, res 1453 Tenth ave 

Dearborn John, res 2139 Chestnut 

Dearce Joseph, employe Phoenix Foundry, res 627-631 Market 

Deareng Barbara Mrs, cook, res 1780 Atlantic 

Deareng Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1780 Atlantic 

Dearing A G, engineer S P Co, res 1712 Eighth 

Dearing Ben, laundryman Contra Costa Laundiy 

Dearing B I, res 1712 Eighth 

Dearing Henry, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 9 Franklin 

Dearka F Mrs, res San Pablo ave nr Klinkner ave 

Deasy Jerome Mrs, nursery, cor Eighteenth and Second ave, East 
Oakland 

Deasy Mamie, flannel department California Hosierv Co, res 
East Twelfth 

Deasy Thomas A, propr Lake Merritt Chop House and Lake 
View Saloon, Twelfth opp Lake Merritt, res Grant's Cottage 

Debell Joseph, watchmaker, res 1685 Seventh 

Deboice E Mrs, restaurant, 555 Broadway 

De Boise F, traveler, res 600 East Twelfth 

De Camp Antoine, cigar maker Fibush Bros, res 823 Twenty- 
ninth 

De Camp Frank, clerk C Clivio, res 626 Third 

De Camp John P, cigarmaker, S F, res 607 Sixth 

D candtE, employe California Cotton Mills, res 914 East Twelfth 

De Carvalho Manoel R, laborer S P Co, res .248 Harlan, Watts 
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Deceima John, collector White House, res 1723 Seventh 

Dechow Charles, fruit store, 399 East Twelfth 

Decker Martin, dealer horses, res 559 Eighth 

Decker May Miss, student California College, res 554 East Six- 
teenth 

Deckerhotf John, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 835 
Filbert 

De Cleer Frank, tailor, 413 Seventh 

De Cora Libby Miss, res 957 Castro 

De Costa Agnes Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Decoto A D, machinist California Cotton Mills, res 1114 Tenth ave 

Deering Charles J, res 1353 Eleventh ave 

Deering Chester, clerk Commercial Insurance Co, S F, res 1353 
Eleventh ave 

Deers Anton, laborer Puget Sound Lumber Co 

De Figueiredo Maria E, employe Judson Iron Works, res 248 
Harlan 

De Forest Geo C, millwright, res 1504 San Pablo ave 

De Fraitas Frank, cook, res 265 Second 

De Freitas M Miss, res 580 Thirty-fifth 

De Fremery Grace Miss, res Prospect ave e s Broadway 

De Fremery H S Mrs, res 1125 Adeline 

De Fremery James, consul of the Netherlands, res 1305 Adeline 

De Fremery Louise Miss, res Prospect ave e s Broadway 

De Fremery Virginie Miss, res Prospect ave e s Broadway 

De Fremery William C B (James De Fremery & Co, S F) res 
Prospect ave e s Broadway 

Degan Sophie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Degear Fannie Mrs, washwoman, res 823 Lydia 

Degen Antonia Mrs, res 1214 Kirkham 

Degen Ludolph P, leather belting mfr, res 1375 Sixteenth 

Degen Sophie, res 1214 Kirkham 

Degman Thomas, carpenter, res 491 Twenty -fifth 

Degn Marguerite, domestic, 2214 Telegraph ave 

Degnan John J, helper Hubert Lawton, res 491 Twenty-fifth 

Djgnan Michael, gardener, res 1005 Seventh 

Degnan Thomas, carpenter, res 491 Twenty-fifth 

De Golia D Curtis, atty-at-law, res 300 Alice 

De Golia Darwin, drawbridge tender S P Co, res 300 Alice 

De Golia E B, asst drawbridge tender S P Co, res 300 Alice 

De Golia George E (Robinson & De Golia), res Vernon Heights 

De Gomez Fermirn, paying teller Pacific Bank, S F, res 463 
Twenty-sixth 

Deguzee Carl W. restaurant on Creek Boat Route res 717 Center 

Deguzee-Smith Lucretia, music teacher, res 717 Center 

Deidrick Augustus A, house mover, res 368 Third 

Deihl Henry, painter, bds 517 Ninth 

Deihl James A, laborer S P Co, res 615 Madison 



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DEIKE FR> proprietor Union Hotel, cor East Twelfth and 
Thirteenth ave 

Deike Gustave H W, contractor and builder, res cor Sixteenth 
ave and East Twenty-first 

Deiral Carrie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Deitrick Harry, spinner California Hoisery Co 

De Jarley George, painter S P Co, res Willow 

De Jarley Paul, painter S P Co, res S F 

De Kevale F, tailor M J Keller, res 411 Seventh 

De Laguna William A, carpet salesman C L Taylor, res Kelsey 
House 

Delahantv J H, notary public, 1003 \ Broadway, rm 3, res 718 
Seventeenth 

DE LA MONTANYA M> stoves and tinware, 465 Eleventh, res 
656 Sixth 

De La Montanya Mathew Jr, clerk M De La Montanya, res 
656 Sixth 

De Lancy John, salesman W H Nolan & Co, res 711 Nineteenth 

Delane Elizabeth Miss, res cor County Road and Mitchell 

Delane Mary T Mrs, res cor County Road and Mitchell 

Delaney James, laborer, res 1463 Third 

Delaney John, laborer, res 1407 Thirteenth 

Delaney R Ann Miss, domestic, res 1023 Peralta 

Delaney Win, miner, res s s Todd nr Adeline 

De Laney William F, saloon, NW cor Twelfth and Webster, res 
369 Thirteenth 

Delcharo Chico, quarryman, res Temescal 

Delcharo Frank, quarryman, res Temescal 

Delchire Lawrence, laundryman, res 1515 San Pablo ave 

Delclaux John, merchant tailor, 472 Eighth 

Delclaux Louise Mrs, tailoress, res 472 Eighth 

De Leo de Laguna Alexander, proprietor Kelsey House, cor Tele- 
graph ave and Twenty-fourth 

De Leo de Laguna Anita Miss, teacher Oakland Free Kinder- 
garten, res Kelsey House 

De Leo de Laguna G Miss, teacher Oakland Free Kindergarten, 
res Kelsey House 

De Leo de Laguna Hermann, stenographer, res Kelsey House 

De Leo de Laguna William, clerk Taylor's Carpet Store, res 
Kelsey House 

Deler John, hairdresser, S F, res 1107 Adeline 

Delger Block, 957-969 Broadway 

DELGER E F> manufacturer of and dealer in stoves, ranges, gas 
fixtures, tin and agate ware and all kinds of household uten- 
sils, 1151 Broadway, res 1453 Telegraph ave 

Delger F, capitalist, Delger Block, rm 39, res 524 Nineteenth 

Delhorn E Mrs, dressmaker, res 863 Union 

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Delia Santa G, second cook Louisville Restaurant, res S F 
Delia Santa Peter, first cook Louisville Restaurant, res S F 
Delmar Robert, ship carpenter S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Del Metrio A D, iruit stand, 454 Seventh 
Delmore Margaret Mrs, res 874 Peralta 
Deloge John, druggist, 224 Thirteenth 
Delpodio Eugene, iron moulder, S F, res 959 Campbell 
De Lucchi Lorenzo, farmer, res e a Shattuck ave nr Mariposa 
De Lucchi Louis, driver dump cart, res bet Shattuck and Mer- 
ced aves 
De Luce Mary, employe California Jute Mills 
De Mamiel Lillie, res 575 Fifteenth 
Demarais George, painter and engineer Engine Company No 3, 

res 1715 Goss 
De Mars A A (Anton & De Mars), res 1170 Seventh 
De Mars Napoleon, blacksmith, res 839 Franklin 
De Martine Amelia Miss, domestic, res 776 Tenth 
Demas Antonio, laborer, res 1067 East Eighteenth 
Deme Charlotte Miss, seamstress, res 866 Lydia 
Deme Henry, res 866 Lydia 

Deme Magclalena Miss, seamstress, res 866 Lydia 
De Melle James, mate steamer Neivpovt, res 713 Center 
De Mercux Delpheis, car driver, res n s Thirty-sixth nr San 

Pablo ave 
Demers Napoleon, blacksmith, 416 Sixth, res Franklin bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
De Mills F M, laborer S P Co, res 915 Lewis 
Deming Sarah W Mrs, res 478 Twelfth 
Demings A B, res Areata House 
Demmarais Charles, carpenter, res 793 Wood 
Demmarais Clara Miss, res 793 Wood 
De Molay Council No 2, Knights of Kadosh A & A, Masonic 

Temple 
Demorest Alice Mrs, provision store, 2223 Peralta 
Demorest David, shoe cutter, 3 F, res 2223 Peralta 
Dempsey Edward P, res 1463 Seventh 
DEMPSEY HEfHE Dempsey & Co) res 1404 Eleventh 
DEMPSEY H E & CO (H E Dempsey and F Schulze) proprietors 

American Market, NW cor Center and Twelfth 
Dempsey John, machinist Woolen Mills, res 668 Fifth 
Dempsey Nora Miss, res 1463 Seventh 
Dempsey Patrick, res 1463 Seventh 
De Mwy Bernard, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 627 

Chestnut 
De Mwy Katie Mrs, res 627 Chestnut 
De Mwy Lena Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
De Mwy Lizzie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
De Mwy Samuel, laborer, res 627 Chestnut 



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Denahy Daniel, employe Contra Costa Water Co, res 612 Adeline 
Denahy John, cooper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 612 Ad- 
eline 
Denaut E, res 752 Brush 
Denaut Eron, grocer, 679 Sixth 

Denaut Joseph, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 Second 
Dencanet Joseph, laborer, res 415 Fourth 
De Neen Maggie, nurse, res 2223 Grove 

Denicke H L, carpenter Brooklyn Planing Mills, res Lester House 
Denison Adna A, reporter Enquirer, res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Denison A N, clerk Agard & Co, res 1222 Franklin 
Denison Eli S, news agt S P Co, res 953 Eighth 
Denison Harry, res 953 Eighth 

Denison Leland W, clerk W F Batchelder, res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Denison M Mrs, propr Avenue House, 1273 San Pablo ave 
Denison O I (O I Denison & Co) res 1 273 San Pablo ave 
DENISON I & CO (O I Denison) real estate and insurance 

agents, 950 Broadway • 

Dennan John, laborer, res 818 Twenty-first 
Dennen Augustus M, painter, res 833 Willow 
Denney William, longshoreman, res St Louis House 
Dennis A D (Dennis & Taylor) res 305 Eleventh 
Dennis Anton, cigars and tobacco, res 503 Eleventh 
Dennis & Taylor (A D Dennis and Howard Taylor) shooting gal- 
lery and tobacco and cigar mfrs, 1056 Broadway 
Dennis William H, longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 
Dennison Lincoln L, clerk R M Duncan, res Avenue House 
Denniston Henry M, U S pay director, res 971 Market 
Denniston William M, clerk, res 833 Magnolia 
Denny Horace, stationer, S F, res 1674 Thirteenth ave 
Denny Jere, plumber, res 1303 Eighth 
Denny Jerry, professional baseball player, res 1303 Eighth 
Denny J O, Times staff, res Hotel Merritt 
Denny Maggie Mrs, artist, res 921 Twenty-fourth 
Dent Frank: S, draughtsman bridge and building department S 

P Co, res 1222 Masnolia 
Dent H S Mrs, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave and Grove 
DENTIST, W E BROOKS, H55 Broadway, rm 17, res 558 

Nineteenth 
Dent Maud M Miss, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Dent Wrenshall S, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Denyes L S, res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty-sixth and Forty- 
seventh 
De Paris Ellen, cook, res 572 Tenth 

De Pass James, employe C P Co, res s s Summer nr Adeline 
Depoy Ella Miss, shirtmaker, res 1914 San Pablo ave 



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Depoy Eva Miss, res 1914 San Pablo ave 

Depoy James A, carpenter, res 1914 San Pablo ave 

Depue F S, saddlehorse trainer, res 559 Twenty-second 

Depue J E, propr Commercial College, 1014 Broadway, res e s 

Maple bet Birch and Temescal ave 
Depue Mary Miss, teacher Commercial College, res e s Maple bet 

Birch and Temescal ave 
Derby A B (E M Derby & Co) res cor East Fourteenth and Park 
Derby E M Mrs, res cor East Fourteenth and Park 
DERBY E M & CO (OE Derby, A B Derby and George H 

Payne) dealers in lumber and building materials, branch 

yards Park Street and Alameda Wharf, Alameda and 

Modesto, S F office 22 California 
Derby Gustus B, lumber merchant, res cor East Fourteenth and 

Park 
Derby Henry J, tanner, res cor East Twelfth and Nineteenth ave 
Derby Henry J Jr, tanner, res cor East Twelfth and Nineteenth 

» ave 
Derby H J. tanner, res'NW cor Sixteenth ave and East Twelfth 
Derby John A, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res NW cor East 

Twelfth and Nineteenth ave 
Derby John S, propr Oak Grove Tannery, East Twelfth bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth aves, res 861 East Twelfth 
Derby Oscar E (E M Derby & Co, S F) res SWcor East Four- 
teenth and Park 
Derby Richard, clerk auditor's office S P Co, res 1403 Chestnut 
Dergens Martin, laborer Oakland Brewery 
Derham Nellie E Miss, saleslady Quimby & Remmer, res 161 

Sixth 
Dermot John, watchman S P Co, res 1014 Broadway 
Dernelchi Peter, quarryman, res Temescal 
De Rome C A Mrs, res n s Klinkner nr San Pablo ave 
De Rome Louis (White & De Rome) res n s Klinkner nr San 

Pablo ave 
Derwin Val, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Commercial 

Union 
Desautel Joseph, coachman E S Denison, res 953 Market 
Des Cormiers Charles, fireman, res 371 Third 
Deslories Alphonse, laborer, res 560 Franklin 
Desmond Patrick, teamster Renton Coal Co, res wharf foot of 

Broadway 
Desnoyer John, boot polisher, 1752 Seventh, res 1805 Seventh 
De Souza Frank, laborer, res San Leandro Road 
Despard Nicholas, fruit stand, SW cor. Eighth and Broadway, res 

SE cor Sixth and Webster 
Des Roche rs Adele Miss, res 1265 Clay 
DesRochers Maud Miss, res 1265 Clay 
I Detels Eugene J, clerk Smith & Butler, res 1301 Eighth 

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Detels H D, butcher G A Long, res 1663 Seward 
Detels John, salesman Tillmann & Bendel, res 985 Peralta 
Detels Martin, grocer, S F, res 985 Peralta 

Detels Martin Jr (salesman Ziegenbein & Co, S F) res 985 Peralta 
Detels Martin Paul, produce, S F, res 985 Peralta 
Detels William, traveling salesman, res 985 Peralta 
Detels William P, machinist, res 985 Peralta 

Detering H A, curator Central Reading Room, res 585 Twenty- 
fifth 
Detering & Johnson (H A Detering and J S Johnson) publishers 

fine art work, 456 Eighth 
Detering S A, res La Clede House 
Detrick Marie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Detrickson Katie, domestic, res 1244 Adeline 
De Trost George, advertising broker, res Twelfth bet Folsom and 

Powell, North Oakland 
Deuel C W, painter S P Co, res Pullman House 
Deuress W A, capitalist, res 564 Fourteenth 
Deuress W A Mrs, res 564 Fourteenth 
Deuschle Amalie L, groceries, res 232 Twelfth 
Deusclile John J, carpenter and contractor, 230 Twelfth 
Deuser Kate Miss, domestic, res 964 Eighth 
Deutsche Evangelische Chapel, Rev F H Theiss pastor, NW cor 

Thirteenth and Clay 
Deutscher Club, J F W Bahle pres, Gustave Rheinlander sec, 46H 

Twelfth 
Devani L, teamster at quarry, McAdam off New Broadway 
De Vany Daniel, bookkeeper Crist, Gallaghar & Co, res 307 Seventh 
De Veccho S, butcher, 1062 Washington, res 1118 Washington 
Deveny Margaret Miss, nurse, res 1304 Jackson 
Devereaux Mrs, res Willson House 

Devereaux & Lewman (M M Devereaux and E R Lewman) whole- 
sale dealers in picture frames, 512 Fifteenth 
Devereaux Merritt M (Devreaux & Lewman) res 512 Fifteenth 
De Verner A, civil engineer, res 919 Adeline 
Devers Martin J, painter S P Co, res 1026 Willow 
Devia Manuel, gardener Frank Galindo 
De Vine Edward C, bookkeeper Henry Doyle & Co, S F, res 1066 

Kirkham 
De Vine George F, fireman S P Co, res 1612 Twelfth 
Devine G W. fireman S P Co, res West Oakland House 
Devine Mary Miss, cook, res 601 Third 
Devine Thoma.s, foreman S P Co, res 861 Campbell 
Devost Jeffry, sash and blindmaker, res 704 Webster 
Devreaux John, farmer, res Telegraph ave nr Merced ave 
Devreaux William, farmer, res Telegraph ave nr Merced ave 
Devreaux William Mrs, res Telegraph ave nr Merced ave 
De Vries Hendrick, upholsterer C L Taylor & Co, res 372 First 



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De Vries Henry, upholsterer C L Taylor & Co, res cor First and 
Franklin 

Devy Joseph, wholesale liquors, S F, res 764 Fifth 

Deward Francis K Mrs, res 1577 San Pablc ave 

Deward Lena Miss, res 1577 San Pablo ave 

Dewey Alfred T (Dewey & Co, S F) res 1304 FraDklin 

Dewev Edward P, printer Dewey & Co, S F, res 827 Fourteenth 

De Wilson G A Mrs, res 6Qo East Twenty-third 

Dewing A A, bookkeeper Pacific Bank, S F, res 358 East Four- 
teenth 

Dewitt Cara A Miss, bookkeeper, res 726 Eleventh 

Dewitt E Mrs, res 726 Eleventh 

De Wolf William M, real estate, S F, res 1012 Ninth ave 

Dewson Alexander, res 627 Myrtle 

Dewson Victoria Mrs, res 627 Myrtle 

Dexter A A, collector, res Webers Hotel 

Dexter Stables, M W Holmes propr, NE cor Twelfth and Harri- 
son 

Diamond J, capitalist, res end Fruit Vale ave 

Dias I L Mrs, furnished rooms, 967 Washington 

Diaz Anton, laborer, res 806 East Twelfth 

Diaz Cosme, bootblack, SE cor Fourteenth and Broadway 

Diaz John D, laborer, res 1061 East Twenty-first 

Diaz Rosie Miss, res 1061 East Twenty -first 

Dibutto H, employe Mountain View Cemetery 

Dice Kate E Miss, res 912 Union 

Dick Byron C, insurance adjuster Sun Insurance Co, S F, res 308 
Fourteenth 

Dickenson Henry, capitalist, 602 Fourteenth 

Dickerhoff Edgar, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 821 
Market 

Dickerhoff' John A, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 827 
Market 

Dickerman William T, clerk Salinger's, res 362 Tenth 

Dickerson George A, brakeman S P Co, res 1869 Goss 

Dickerson James H, car cleaner S P Co, res 1869 Goss 

Dickerson L Mrs, domestic, 1652 Seventeenth ave 

Dickey George, wool sorter, res 673 East Twelfth 

Dickey William, res 1006 Sixteenth 

DickhofT John, roller Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 819 Market 

Dickinson G A, brakeman S P Co, res 1869 Goss 

Dickinson Henry W, capitalist, res 602 Fourteenth 

Dickinson S J, helper S P Co, res 812 Myrtle 

Dickinson S J Mrs, dressmaker, 812 Myrtle 

Dickley Mary Mrs, res 313 Sixth 

Dickson Adam T, physician, res w s Telegraph nr Thirty-ninth 

Dickson George, res 1466 Curtis 

Dickson Minnie Miss, children's nurse, res 1466 Curtis 



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Dickson Thomas, blacksmith S P Co, res 1466 Curtis 

Dickson William H, with S P Co, res 1168 Seventh 

Didier Marie Mrs, res 559 Second 

Didier Matthew, barber C Briones, res 559 Second 

Dieckmann Jennie Miss, res n s Butler ave nr San Pablo 

Dieckmann John H, commission merchant, S F, res Butler ave nr 

San Pablo ave 
Diefenbacher Augusta Mrs, res 1949 Filbert 
Diefenbacher Charles, plumber, res 1949 Filbert 
Diehl Charles S, Pacific Coast agt Associated Press, res 1311 Fifth 

ave 
Dieicks Henry, carpenter, res 1455 Fifth 
Dierssen Henry, packer Samm & Co, res 561 Fifth 
Dietrich Amelia Miss, employe box factory, res 514 Fifteenth 
Dietz A C, res San Pablo ave nr Forty-fifth, North Oakland 
Dietz Alfred C, propr Dietz Opera House and oils and paints, NE 

cor Twelfth and Webster 
Dietz Andrew E, mgr Dietz Opera House 
Dietz Frank X, watchmaker, res 1408 Ninth 
Dietz Fred, clerk, S F, res Dietz Opera House 
Dietz Opera House, Alfred C Dietz propr, NW cor Twelfth and 

Webster 
Dieu Victor, res 1376 Webster 

DIEVES JOSEPH (Kramm & Dieves) res 1416 Telegraph ave 
Diffendorfer J G, res La Clede House 
Dilla D N, res cor Thirty-fourth and Adeline 
Dilla D N, inventor, res 2139 Chestnut 

Dilla Thomas, employe hardware store, S F, res 2130 Chestnut 
Dille Addie Mrs, res 775 Fourteenth 
Dille Jefferson T, carpenter, res 1530 Twelfth ave 
Dillen H, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 618 Fifth 
Dilling G C, mining, res 1120 Chestnut 

Dillingham George C, saloon, NW cor Claremont and College ave 
Dillon Catherine P Miss, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 
Dillon David, gardener, res 1279 Grove 
DILLON J> cream depot, pure fresh cream and sweet skimmed 

milk every day, also fresh butter and buttermilk made ever} T 

day, orders taken and delivered to all parts of the city, 

1367 Broadway 
Dillon J M, city assessor City Hall, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 
Dillon Malachi F, clerk assessor's office, City Hall, res SE cor 

Seventh and Oak 
Dillon Virginia Miss, res 1011 Franklin 
Dillon William, iron moulder, res 722 Second 
Dimiek Doctor, teamster Curtiss & Davie, res cor Market and 

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Dimond Joseph, picker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 516 

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Dimmick Clarence C, baker, res 1929 Market 

Dimmick Joseph, dentist, 875 Washington, res 1929 Market 

Dimmick Louisa Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Dimmick Mary F Mrs, music teacher, res 1929 Market 

Dimock Alice Miss, res New Broadway bet Dimond and Butler 

DINGEE WILLIAM I real estate, 460"and 462 Eighth, res Fern - 

wood 
Dingley Charles L, lumber merchant, S F, res 876 East Fifteenth 
Dingley Charles L Jr, clerk C L Dingley, res 876 East Fifteenth 
Dingley H H, clerk Gordon Hardware Co, res 876 East Fifteenth 
Dingley W F, clerk C L Dingley, res 876 East Fifteenth 
Dingwell J F, carpenter, res 1514 West 
Ding well Joseph H, carpenter, res 1514 West 
Dingwell Louis, salesman, 1017 Broadway 

Dinneen Michael, marble cutter D D Dwyer, res 1371 Seven- 
teenth 
Dippo William, iron moulder, res 620 Second 
"DIRIGO" ( The ) Edwin H Campbell proprietor, NE cor 

Eleventh and Broadway 
Dirlam Jay C, mining, res 1211 Seventh ave 
Disard Charles, messenger Sunset Telephone Co, res 722 Filbert 
Disard James L, expressman, S F, res 722 Filbert 
Ditmas Henry, photographer, SW cor Clay and Tenth, res Ross 

House, Ninth 
Ditrich C, res 514 Fifteenth 
Dittmer Catherine, domestic, 1067 Brush 
Dival Carrie Miss, employe California Jute Mills, res cor Fourth 

ave and Tenth, East Oakland 
Di Vecchio Stephen, propr Model Market, 1062 Washington, res 

1118 Washington 
Dividson Jennie, boxmaker Oakland Paper Box Factory 
Division No 2 A O H, James Sullivan pres, meets at St Mary's 

Hall, cor Grove and Seventh, second Tuesday each month 
Division No 3 A O H, Patrick Mullen pres, meets at St Mary's 

Hall, cor Grove and Seventh, second Wednesday each month 
Division Road Master's Office S P Co, cor Seventh and Bay 
Divoll Carrie B Miss, seamstress, res 1011 Fifth ave 
Divoll Ella C Miss, res 1011 Fifth ave 
Divoll Frank W, farmer, res 1011 Fifth ave 
Di Voll J G, mining, S F, res 1561 Eighth 
Dix Elizabeth Miss, spinner Telephonic Cotton Mills, res 1111 

Campbell 
Dix James W, shoemaker Wen th worth Boot and Shoe Co, res 

1111 Campbell 
Dix Mary E Miss, weaver Telephonic Cotton Mills, res 1111 

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Dix William, res 1111 Campbell 
Dixon Charles B, laborer, res 1120 Kirkham 



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Dixon C W, conductor Oakland Cable Co. res 584 Twenty-second 
DIXON CRUCIBLE CO, J G Allen agent, 10b Davis, S F 
Dixon Edward, miner, res 813 Eighteenth 

Dixon George, foreman Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Yale Rail- 
road Co, res 161 East Tenth 
Dixon H F, brakeman S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Dixon James, blacksmith, 411 Fourth, res 813 Eighteenth 
Dixon James, supt Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad 

Co, res 1304 Tenth ave 
Dixon J B, carpenter, res 613 East Twelfth 
Dixon John B, showcase mfr, S F, res 983 Willow 
Dixon Mary Miss, res 1304 Tenth ave 
Dixon W H, freight clerk S P Co, res 1168 Seventh 
Dixon William, laborer S P Co 
Dixon William H, clerk S P Co, res 1168 Seventh 
Dixon William S, clerk, res 875 Filbert 
Doane J H, with Merriam & Co, res S F 
Doane J K, engineer tug Rival S P Co, res 1682 Eighth 
Doane P Albert, clerk lumber yard, S F, res 955 Jefferson 
Dobon Kate Mrs, res 660 East Fifteenth 
Dobon Louis, crerk W H Smith, res 660 East Fifteenth 
Dobon Mamie, res 660 East Fifteenth 
Dobson Charles E, baujo instructor, res 859 Broadway 
Doctor Nicholas, gardener, res 1457 Third 
DODGE C G JR> attorn ey-at-law, 906 Broadway, rms 15 and 16, 

res 460 East Twelfth 
Dodge C G, brakeman S P Co, res 460 East Twelfth 
Dodge Edward C Mrs, music teacher, res 460 East Twelfth 
Dodge Ezekiel G, clerk White sewing machine, res 1253 Twelfth 

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Dodge George, bricklayer, res 865 Campbell 
Dodge Harriet A Mrs, res 1006 Webster * 

Dodge H M Mrs, res 460 East Twelfth 
Dodge J S Mrs, propr Gieschen House, 420 Sixth 
Dodge Lillian B Miss, music teacher, res 460 East Twelfth 
Dodge Marian N Mrs, res 1219 Webster 
Dodge Nellie A Mrs, res 1253 Twelfth ave 
Dodge William H, res 1354 Eighth ave 
Dodge William R, res 1253 Twelfth ave 
Dods A L, delivery clerk Oakland Fruit and Produce Co, res 1006 

Webster 
Dods Bella Miss, bds 1006 Webster 
Dods James, helper S P Co, res 1006 Webster 
Dods Lulu Miss, bookkeeper, bds 1006 Webster 
Dodson Benjamin C, laborer, 1324 Twenty-second ave 
Dodson Maria Miss, photo painter, res 1324 Twenty-second ave 
Dodson Sophia Mrs, ladies' nur.^e, res 1324 Twenty-second ave 
Dodson Walter G, candy maker, res 1324 Twenty-second ave 



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Doe Charles F (California Door Co) res S F 
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Doe Martin, res 1810 William 

Doe Mary E Miss, res 1810 William 

Doe Murton A, apprentice G A Long, res 1810 William 

Doe Stephen, book agt, res 1785 William 

Doherty Dan, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Doherty Fred, bundle boy Taft & Pennoyer 

Doherty George,. survevor, res 721 Fifth 

Doherty John, res 721* Fifth 

Doherty M A Miss, bakery and confectionery, 620 J East Twelfth 

Dohertv M J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1683 Seventh 

Doherty William, longshoreman, res 1368 Fifteenth 

Dohrmann Henry, painter, 362 Fourth 

Dohrmann Henry, VereinEintracht, Eintracht Hall, 410 Seventh 

Dohrmann Henry, ragman, res 1165 Twenty-fourth 

Dohrmann J H, music teacher, res 359 Fourth 

Dohs John, barber, res 1665 Twelfth 

Doig Alexander, printer Oakland Tribune, res cor Valdez and 

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Doig John, dresser California Cotton Mills, res cor Valdez and 

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Doig William Ford, clerk California Cotton Mills, res SE cor Valdez 

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Dolan Alice Miss, with Mrs M A Thorn, res 690 Twenty-seventh 
Dolan Anne E, domestic, 1353 Alice 
Dolan Felix, commercial traveler, res cor Telegraph ave and 

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Dolan & Hook (Joseph Dolan and James Hook) fruits, vegetables, 

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Dolan J, brakeman S P Co, res 409 Ninth 
Dolan J J, baggage master S P Co, res 1687 Seventh 



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Dolan James, dairyman, res Weston ave nr Broadway 

Dolan John, tinsmith M De La Montanya and extraman Engine 

No 1 Oakland Fire Department, res 855 Washington 
Dolan Joseph (Dolan & Hook) fruits, vegetables and poultry, res 

SF 
Dolan Lizzie A Miss, looper California Hosiery Co, res 1826 Goss 
Dolan M, fireman S P Co, res 1711 Atlantic 
Dolan Mamie, domestic, 574 Sixteenth 
Dolan Mary F Miss, cloakmaker, S F, res 1826 Goss 
Dolan Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1826 Goss 
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith, res 1477 Fifth 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, res 690 Twenty-seventh 
Dolan Thomas, painter, res 166 Seventh 
Doland F W, salesman, res 1308 Webster 
Dolbier Delmer, clerk, S F, res 555 East Sixteenth 
Dole Julia Miss, teacher, res 1257 Harrison 
Doling Francis, carpenter, res 564 Second 
Doling James, carpenter McCarty & Allen, res 806 Jackson 
Doll Fred, farmer, res High nr Prescott 
Doll Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 761 Peralta 
Dolman Annie Miss, school teacher, res Hopkins, Fruit Yale 
Dolorien John, machinist, res Eleventh nr Powell 
Dolphf Lucia Miss, domestic, 633 Fourteenth 
Dolsen S L Mrs, res 561 Sycamore 

Domes Henrv W, mechanic C B Rice, res 1073 Thirteenth ave 
DOMESTIC EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, Mrs L Buckingham pro- 

prietor, 510 Fifteenth 
Domestic Shoe Co, boots and shoes, 1173 Broadway 
Domingo George H, barber, res 2127 Adeline 
Dominick Frank, waiter Maison Dore, bds 1261 Jefferson 
Donaha C Mrs, res 855 Washington 
Donahar J W, propr Clarendon House 
Donahar Margaret, res Clarendon House 

Donahoe Michael, laborer, res n s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave 
Donahoe Murty, laborer, res Clay nr Sixth 
Donahoo William H, brick mason, res 523 Sixteenth 
Donahue David, laborer, res 707 Sycamore 
Donahue Mary A Miss, companion, res 1305 Eighth 
Donaldson Alexander, stair builder Knowles & Wetmore, res 500 

Twenty -fourth 
Donaldson Emily S Mrs, res 1417 Castro 
Donaldson James, shipping, S F, res La Clede House 
Donaldson Mary, servant, res 946 Myrtle 
Donaldson V M, pressman Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 
Donaldson William A, Solicitor Tvuckee Lumber Co, S F, res 

1620 Thirteenth ave 
Donato Ricci, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Donavan Maggie E Miss, foreman Mrs De Forest, res 613 Sixth 



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Donavin Jack, res 757 Webster 

Doubree Louis, employe California Jute Mills 

Donelan Cora, dressmaker M A Thorn, res 1517 Seventh 

Donelan S M Mrs, dressmaker, res 355 Tenth 

Donelin T James, freight auditing clerk S P Co, res 1430 Six- 
teenth 

Donguy Daniel, expressman, res 218 Fifth 

Donguy Felicita Mrs, res 218 Fifth 

Donihue J R, civil engineer, res 762 Brush 

Donivan John Mrs, nurse, res 1467 Seventh 

Donley Adolphus, res 1405 Seventh 

Donley John, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Donley Theresa Miss, domestic, SW cor Twenty -first ave and 
East Twenty-eighth 

Donnell Arthur C, insurance, S F, res 1227 Myrtle 

Donnellan M A Mrs, res 814 Twenty-ninth 

Donnellan Thomas, hack driver, res Clarendon House 

Donnellan Thomas, printer, res 914 Twenty-eighth 

Donnelly — , hackman, res 855 Washington 

Donnelly Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Donnelly Elizabeth, seamstress, res cor Pacific and Campbell 

Donnelly Grace Miss, res East Fourteenth nr Julia 

Donnelly Henry, mining, res East Fourteenth nr Julia 

Donnelly Henry T, student, res East Fourteenth nr Julia 

Donnelly Hettie Miss, res East Fourteenth nr Julia 

Donnelly J C, traveling salesman, S F, res 1305 Eighth 

Donnelly J F, carpenter, res Girard House 

Donnelly Joseph B, bookkeeper, res 1810 Goss 

Donnelly Mamie, looper California Hosiery Co, res cor Pacific 
and Campbell 

Donnelly Mary, domestic, 726 Fifteenth 

Donnelly Mary Mrs, res 1810 Goss 

Donnely Mrs, res 701 East Fifteenth 

Donneran Michael, laborer S P Co, res 916 Third 

Donnes Fritz, janitor Emery School 

Donnovan Eva Miss, employe Oakland Woolen Mills, res 916 
Third 

Donnovan Michael, laborer, res 916 Third 

Donnovan Minnie Miss, artist, res 916 Third 

Donohue C J, iron moulder, S F, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donohue David, laborer, res 707 Sycamore 

Donohue John, laborer, res 497 Twenty-fifth 

Donohue Josie Miss, waiter Pullman Hotel 

Donohue Kate Miss, res 1557 Webster 

Donohue Maggie C Miss, res 13p5 Sixteenth 

Donohue Robert E, plumber, S F, res 1355 Sixteenth 

Donohue Samuel J, apprentice plumber and gasfitter, res 1355 
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Donovan — , clerk Joyce & Macdonald, res 855 Washington 
Donovan Cornelius, plasterer, res Telegraph ave nr Alcatraz 
Donovan Daniel, plasterer, res Telegraph ave nr Alcatraz 
Donovan Daniel J, bookkeeper William P Slattery, res 760 Third 
Donovan Edward G, letter carrier, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Eva, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 953 Third 
Donovan James, plasterer, res Telegraph ave nr Alcatraz 
Donovan Jeremiah C, fireman S P Co, res 1003 Third 
Donovan Johanna, res Telegraph ave nr Alcatraz 
Donovan John, fireman steamer Alameda, res 1003 Third 
Donovan John B, compositor, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan John K, teamster, res 495 Twenty-fifth 
Donovan John L, paper hanger, res 1003 Third 
Donovan John T, engineer Flint & Zimmerman, res 495 Twenty- 
fifth 
Donovan Maggie Miss, milliner, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Margaret Mrs, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Michael, laborer, res 916 Third 
Donovan Minnie, flannel department California Hosiery Co, res 

916 Third 
Donovan Patrick, broommaker Home for Adult Blind 
Donovan R T, bartender Gill & Donovan, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan William J (Gill & Donovan) res 613 Sixth 
Donzelmann Fred, clerk, S F, res 1407 Twelfth 
Donzelmann J Fred, commercial traveler, res 1407 Twelfth 
Doody Arthur H, sign painter, res 565 Sixth 
Doody Daniel W, painter, res 565 Sixth 
Doody & Hooley (Miles Doody and C Hooley) house and sign 

painters, 474 Twelfth 
Doody Miles (Doody & Hooley) and second asst engineer fire 

department, City Hall, res 565 Sixth 
Doody Nellie Miss, res 565 Sixth 
Dooley Edmond T, supt Boys' and Girls' Aid Society, S F, res 

1712 Twenty-first ave 
Dooley Margaret Mrs, res 1457 Eighth 
Dooley Patrick, iron worker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, bds 

690 Market 
Dooley Thomas, upholsterer John Williams, res S F 
Doose William & Co (W T illiam Doose) groceries, wines and liquors, 

227 Eighth 
Doran John, laborer S P Co, res 1778 Atlantic 
Doran Nicholas, sexton St Patrick's Church, res 960 Peralta 
Dorety Joseph H, commission merchant, S F, res 519 East Four- 
teenth 
Dorgan John, carpenter, res 1715 William 
Dorgan Michael, dairy, res 2417 Piedmont ave 
Dorgeloh Annie Miss, domestic, res 1175 Market 
Dorm an A Mrs, res 1656 Webster 



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Dorman C A, physician, res Beulah Park 

Dorman Frederick, res Beulah Park 

Dorman Henry, house painter P N Kuss, res 409 Thirteenth 

Dornin G W, clerk Insurance Co of London, res 1974 Webster 

Dorrell James G, carpenter, res 264 B 

Dorsaz Fred H, photographer W W Dames, res Alameda 

Dorsch Charles, merchant tailor, 1712 Seventh 

Dorsey V Miss, res 1426J San Pablo ave 

Doty L W, plumber and tinsmith, 685 East Twelfth, res 1273 
Thirteenth ave 

Doub David M, clerk, S F, res 2217 Grove 

Doud E S, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 

Dougery Charles, plasterer, res 1828 Adeline 

Dougherty William, carpenter, res 612 Eighteenth 

Dougherty W J Mrs, dressmaker, res 322 Sixth 

Doughty Etta I Miss, res 1417 Sixth ave 

Douglas Jennie Mrs, domestic, 1300 Harrison 

Douglas Nathan S, bookkeeper Dalziel & Moller, res 2015 Chest- 
nut 

Douglas Oliver P Mrs, res 1919 Magnolia 

Douglass Margie, domestic, 940 Filbert 

Doul Alexander, with M J Keller, res 811 Sixteenth 

Douthitt F L, house mover, res 1375 Seventeenth 

Doutry Anton, laborer S P Co 

Dove Jane Mrs, res 1534 Market 

Dow Amos R, carpenter, res 1185 East Sixteenth 

Dow George, steam pumps, S F, res 568 Twenty-fifth 

Dow Lorenzo, carpenter, res 1370 Eleventh 

Dow Michael, laborer, res cor Twenty-first ave and East Twelfth 

Dow W R, res 963 Eighth 

Dowd Bernard, laborer, res 1113 Third 

Dowd Daniel, painter, res 1267 Campbell 

Dowd John H, upholsterer, res 1267 Campbell 

Dowd Joseph, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Commer- 
cial Union 

Dowdle Charles, clerk, res 1122 Chestnut 

Dowdle Everett, pressman Pacific Press, res 1122 Chestnut 

Dowdle Louisa Mrs, res 1122 Chestnut 

Dowdle William H, clerk,' res 1123 Chestnut 

Dowlin S E Mrs, res n s Thirty -ninth bet Telegraph ave and Grove 

Dowiing Albert, bartender, res 464 Ninth 

Dowling Charles, laborer Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 802 
Clay 

Dowling Richard, carpenter, res 415 Seventh 

Dowling Thomas, waiter Tubbs Hotel 

Dowling W E, upholsterer, res 555 Twenty-second 

Downer Elijah, horse trainer, res Ettie nr Park ave 

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Downey A, barkeeper, res 464 Ninth 

Downey Andrew, salesman, S F, res 854 Jefferson 

Downey Ann Mrs, res 665 Fifth 

Downey Annie, artist, res 665 Fifth 

Downey Daniel, gripman, bds 1663 Grove 

Downey Frank, teamster Hickok, Schroeder & Co, res 602 
Franklin 

Downey James H, teamster W S & O T Co, res 512 East Fifteenth 

Downey John C, bookkeeper, S F, res 512 East Fifteenth 

Downey John H, carpenter Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res S F 

Downey Mary Mrs, domestic, 610 Twelfth 

Downey Patrick, conductor Oakland Cable Co, bds 1663 Grove 

Downey Peter, gardener, res 713 Fifteenth 

Downey T A, patrolman, res 523 Tenth 

Downey William, millman, res 852J Webster 

Downey William, bench hand Ingler & Atkinson 

Downey W J, driver police patrol wagon, res 665 Fifth 

Downing Albert, bartender Jay Scott 

Downing Albert, tobacco dealer, res 1018 Wood 

Downing Ella Miss, res 1018 Wood 

Downing Fenwick W, res 1253 Eleventh ave 

Downing Fremont O, purser steamer Santa Rosa, res 1253 
Eleventh ave 

Downing J H, Risdon Iron Works, S F, res 709 Tenth 

Downing Thomas A, carpenter, res 1253 Eleventh ave 

Downing Thomas H, lather, res 728 Lewis 

Downs D W, brakeman S P Co, res 1810 William 

Downs Daniel, brakeman S P Co, res 1803 Seventh 

Downs Orlando K, propr Tubbs Hotel Livery Stable, res Tubbs 
Hotel 

Downs W M, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Doyle Chester A, ticket clerk S P Co, res 1311 Fourth ave 

Doyle Daniel, laborer S P Co, res Alameda 

Doyle Hugh, laborer S P Co, res McPherson nr Central ave 

Doyle J, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Doyle James A, tinsmith, res 909 Fifth 

Doyle James J, sailmaker, res 229 Harlan 

Doyle James M, sea captain and master mariner, res 1317 West 

Doyle Jennie Mrs, res 665 Third 

Doyle John Mrs, res 1311 Fourth ave 

Doyle Luke, grocer, 852 Webster 

Doyle Maggie Miss, domestic, res 1224 Eighth 

DOYLE & McAULEY (T Doyle and A McAuley; proprietors Good- 
enough Horseshoeing Shop, 509 Eighth 

Dovle Patrick, laborer, res 1815 Seventh 

Doyle T (Doyle & McAuley) res 698 Thirty-fifth 

Doyle Terrance, dairyman, res 239 Hannah 

Doyle Thomas R, clerk, res 229 Harlan 



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Drake Emery J, asst foreman press room Pacific Press, res 1471 

Grove 
Drake Ernest, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 725 Eleventh 
Drake George F, salesman, res 1720 Seward 
Drake George W, helper S P Co, res 1720 Seward 
Drake John B, porter, S F, res 1720 Seward 
Drake M A Mrs, res 368 First 

Drake T M Miss, weaver California Cotton Mills, res 368 First 
Drake Willis, engineer rolling mill, res 2126 Magnolia 
Drapal Henry, gardener, res East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Draper T B, plasterer, res 1216 Twentieth ave 
Drath Henry, finisher Oakland Artificial Stone Co, res 1217 

Franklin 
Dreaper Calvin P, expressman, res 1667 William 
Drease Annie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1053 Webster 
Drees Ernest, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Drees Hermann, clerk S Angel & Co, res Foster's Wharf foot of 

Franklin 
Drees William, barber, 672 Broadway 
Drennan Thomas B, machinist Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 

cor Watts and Forty-fifth 
Drennon Elizabeth Mrs, ^es 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon George W, engineer, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon N Miss, saleslady R W Mathes, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Nelson, engineer Pacific Mail Steamship Co, res 830 

Webster 
Drennon Vina, looper California Hosiery Co, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon William, engineer S P Co, res 830 Webster 
Dresco Lorenzo (Petar & Dresco) res 1363 Castro 
Dresser Walter H, ba£2fao'e master S P Co, res 856 Adeline 
Dressier George, boots and shoes, 615 East Twelfth 
Dressier Gustavus, boots and shoes, 615 East Twelfth 
Drevassa Virginia, employe California Jute Mills 
Prew Edward, employe California Jute Mills 
Drew Elizabeth Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1420 

Fifteenth 
Drew Elmer R, res 681 Twenty -fifth 
Drew Enoch, res 681 Twenty-fifth 
Drew E P, master W H Dimond, res 1418 Filbert 
Drew James P, employe California Jute Mills, res 1854 Short 
Drew Joseph, dryman Oakland Woolen Works, res 1420 Fif- 
teenth 
Drew Simon J, employe California Jute Mills, res 1854 Short 
Dreyer Fred, employe Wentworth Boot and 'Shoe Factory, res 310 

Seventh 
Dreyer John H, shoemaker A Jonas & Bro, res 310 Seventh 
Dreyer Margaret Mrs, cigar maker L Lehmkuhl, res 310 Seventh 
Driggs George R, res 1019 Webster 



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Drinkwater Ambrose M, clerk J Cushion & Son, res 662 Nine 
teenth 

Driscoll Dennis I, sailmaker, res 1661 Atlantic 

Driscoll George D, car cleaner, res 940 Peralta 

Driscoll Hannah Mrs, domestic, 574 Ninth 

Driscoll Harry, hack driver, res 806 Alice 

Driscoll James J, crockery packer, S F, res 1666 William 

Driscoll Jeremiah, laborer S P Co, res 753 Campbell 

Driscoll J M Mrs, res 1389 Alice 

Driscoll John, laborer S P Co, res 753 Campbell 

Driscoll John A ; plumber, res 806 Alice 

Driscoll Julia, res 865 Twelfth 

Driscoll Kate Miss, domestic, 146 Lake 

Driscoll Lillie Miss, res 940 Peralta 

Driscoll Maria Mrs, res 362 Fifth 

Driscoll Nellie, domestic, 1416 Castro 

Driscoll William, laborer, res 806 Alice 

Driver Charles B, foundryman Pacific Press, res 708 Eleventh 

Driver Henry, nurse Homeopathic Hospital, res 1057 Alice 

Drivon E Mrs, dressmaker, res cor Maple and Birch 

Drivon Eugene, res cor Maple and Birch 

Drobel Henry, gardener, res cor East Fourteenth and Julia 

Droit Thomas C, carpenter, res 703 Castro 

Druby Louis, barber W C Fleischhauer, res Pullman Hotel 

Drugan Alexander, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Drugan James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Druhe Hermon A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1175 Market 

Druhe John H, capitalist, res 1175 Market 

Druhe W H,. porter S P Co wharf, res 1175 Market 

Druhm Carl, propr Oakland Paper Box Factory, res 1366 Elev- 
enth 

Druhm Joseph, employe Oakland Paper Box Factory, res 658 
Third 

Druin Daniel, expressman, res 218 Fifth 

Drum Frank G (Hagin & Tevis) r« s 953 Market 

Drum John S, capitalist, 1050 Broadway, res 953 Market 

Drury Josephine S Miss, res 1253 Twelfth ave 

Drussel Julia Mrs, res 918 Filbert 

Drussel Louis, book agt, res 918 Filbert 

Dryer Ella Miss, res 1831 Adeline 

Dryer M Miss, cigar maker L Lehmkuhl, res 310 Seventh 

Dryer Margaret Mrs, res 1831 Adeline 

Drynen Annie C Miss, res 227 Tenth 

Drynen John, watchman custom house, S F, res 227 Tenth 

Drynen Mary L Miss, bookkeeper, S F, res 227 Tenth 

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Dubernet Lucien, picture frame maker, res 1267 Eleventh ave 

Dubernet'R, clerk, res 1271 Eleventh ave 

Dubois Benjamin, patternmaker, res 2101 Adeline 

Du Bois Fred W, res 602 East Twelfth 

Dubois M, farmer, res Lake Shore ave 

Dubois P G, carpenter, res 2101 Adeline 

Du Bois William C, res 602 East Twelfth 

Du Boise Elijah, dairyman, res Lake Shore ave 

Duby Richard, chief clerk auditor's office, S F, res 1403 Chestnut 

Duchesneau Thomas, employe Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 
n s Summer nr Adeline 

Duchran Emel A, tuilor, res 807 Wood 

Duck George H, employe S P Co, res 1687 Twelfth 

Duck Lewis, freight clerk S P Co, res 1687 Twelfth 

Ducroquet Joseph, laundryman, res 214 Second 

Duddy Martin, express and carryall, SW cor Eighth and Broad- 
way, res 9 1 1 Alice 

Duddy William F, carriage painter, bds 911 Alice 

Dudley Ary A, res 1222 Franklin 

Dudley Charles P, groceries, 1207 Adeline, res 1236 Adeline 

Dudley E C, conductor S P Co, res 816 Broadway 

Dudley Ezra C, conductor S P Co, res Market Street Block 

Dudley George E, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 

Dudlev Justin Z. artist, res 1222 Franklin 

Dudley Lulu Mrs, res 1465 Tenth ave 

Dudley Pressley W, res 1005 Franklin 

DUDLEY WILLIAM M (Glines & Dudley) res 1236 Adeline 

Dudley Z K, cabinet maker, 1124 Webster 

Dudrian Cerill, knife and shear sharpener, res 603 Webster 

Duell Charles, painter C P Co, res Pullman Hotel 

Dueser Kate Miss, domestic, 964 Eighth 

Duff William, machinist, S F, res 1306 Seventh 

Duff William, shipkeeper S P Co, res 1725 William 

Duffey Edward, foreman, res 919 Jefferson 

Duffie Frances Miss, shirtmaker M J Keller, res Jurgens Block 

Duffy A J, capitalist, res Newland House 

Duffy B Mrs, res 1355 Kirkham 

Duffy Bernard, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 Second 

Duffy Bessie, res 1355 Kirkham 

Duffy Edward F, teamster WS&OTCo, res SE cor Fourteenth 
and Franklin 

Duffy George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Duffy James, porter, S F, res 819 Filbert 

Duffy James, watchmaker, res Winthrop House 

Duffy James A, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 

Duffy James F, mining engineer, res 811 Center 

Duffy John E, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 819 Filbert 

Duffy Kate, domestic, 856 Jefferson 



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Duffy Lizzie, employe Went worth Boot and Shoe Factory, res 

819 Filbert 
Duffy Rose Miss, res La (Jlede House 
Duffy Thomas, ornamental plasterer, res 1355 Kirkham 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, res 2761 Shattuck ave 
Duffy Thomas M, porter, res 819 Filbert 
Dufit Mary Mrs, res 372 First 
Dugan Charles E, bookkeeper, res 1048 Peralta 
Dugan George, lather, res 1399 Thirtieth 
Dugan Jennie E Miss, domestic, 1668 Thirteenth 
Dujolly George, painter, res 752 Willow 
Duley Margaret Mrs, res 1457 Eighth 
Dultich Luigi, capitalist, res 652J East Fourteenth 
Dumas James E, farmer, res 557 Sixth 
Dumett E C Mrs, res 1574 Seventh ave 
Dumett J C, engineer, res 1574 Seventh ave 
Dumont Joseph, teamster V L Fortin, res 709 Washington 
Dun Joseph, clerk Salinger's, res 855 Washington 
Dunakin Thomas H, foreman C A Whitney, S F, res 1308 

Twelfth ave 
Dunbar Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Dunbar A S Mrs, res 431 Hawthorne ave 
Dunbar E A Mrs. res 928 Thirty-fourth 

Dunbar Jennie L, res cor East Seventeenth and Twentieth ave 
Dunbar Joseph, laundryman, res 1418 Fifteenth 
Dunbar Joshua, tea and coffee dealer, res cor East Seventeenth 

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Dunbar Katie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar Lillie Miss, res 922 Thirty-fourth 
Dunbar Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1418 

Fifteenth 
Dunbar S G S, principal Durant School, res 431 Hawthorne ave 
Duncan Alexander, bookkeeper James Wilson, res 1524 Broadway 
Duncan Anna Miss, res 1059 Brush 
Duncan Dora G Mrs, res 11 56 J Seventh 
Duncan Fanny Mrs, res 1059 Brush 
Duncan George J, brakeman S P Co, res 1726 William 
Duncan J, yardman S P Co, res 831 Cedar 
Duncan James, engineer California Jute Mill, res 1607 Thirteenth 

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Duncan J J, res 1059 Brush 

Duncan John M, conductor S P Co, res 1115 Campbell 
Duncan MAS Mrs, res n s Forty-fourth nr Telegraph ave 
Duncan R D, painter S P Co, res S F 
Duncan Richard M, groceries and provisions, 851 Myrtle, res 945 

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Duncan Robert, carpenter, res 956 Third 



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Duncombe Lucy M Mrs, res 1676 Thirteenth ave 

Duncombe William A, propr Bon Ton Boat House, Lake Merritt 

Dune'ker-Hansen Christian, res 1702 East Twenty-fourth 

Dungan E L, brakeman S P Co, res 1718J Seventh 

Dunham B F (Dunham, Carrigan & Co, S F) res 1397 Alice 

Dunham C A, sea captain, res 1311 Jefferson 

Dunham C A Mrs, res 1311 Jefferson 

Dunham Clarissa Mrs, ivs 527 Seventh 

Dunham David, grocer, cor Seventh and Clay, res 524 Sixth 

Dunham David, clerk, res 524 Sixth 

Dunham Emily Miss, res 524 Sixth 

Dunham George P, hack driver, res 524 Sixth 

Dunham T, laborer, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-ninth 

Duninor William, carpenter, res 1715 Taylor 

DUNLAP CHARLES H, agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of New 

York, 962 Broadway, res Alameda 
Dunlap Henry A, house mover, res 831 Union 
Dunlap William, apprentice Ham Coleman, res 831 Union 
Dun lay Ad die Mrs, housekeeper, res 1267 Webster 
Dunlevy Michael, Nevada Meat Market, 971 Third 
Dunmire Samuel S, res 1361 Franklin 
Dunn Alexander, machinist, res 1370 Ninth 
Dunn Alexander Mrs, res 1414 Seventeenth 
Dunn Charles, student, res 1656 Webster 
Dunn Clara B, clerk, res 629 Sycamore 

Dunn J, saloon, NE cor Twelfth and Powell, North Oakland 
Dunn James, butcher L Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 
Dunn James, moulder, res alley bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

aves and East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
DUNN J M, dentist, 1155 Broadway, rms 28 and 29, res Erie Block, 

rms 7 and 14 
Dunn Margaret, domestic, 765 Fourteenth 
Dunn Mary Miss, res 690 Sycamore 
Dunn Patrick, laborer, res 1612 Myrtle 
Dunn R K, dentist, Delger Block, rm 3, res 1224 Franklin 
Dunn Samuel W, agt, res 692 Sycamore 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, res 972 East Sixteenth 
Dunn Wilson D, res 629 Sycamore 
Dunn W L, clerk H E Fawcett, res 629 Sycamore 
Dimnavan John, paper hanger, res 1060 Broadway 
Dunnet G A, artist, res 378 East Fifteenth 
Dunphy Thomas, res 762 Twentieth 
Dunstan John, gardener, res 515 Twenty-fourth 
Dupoli William, with Michael Petonni, bds cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Dupont John, boot polishing stand, SW cor Tenth and Broadway, 

res 101 Franklin 



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Du Prat Augustus, broker. S F, res 1057 Campbell 

DUPRE AMERMAN J MRS, physician, 463 Thirteenth 

Dupuis Samuel, teamster Remillard Brick Co, bds 560 Second 

Duran Agnes Mrs, res 1128 Myrtle 

Duran Edward C, artist, res 1128 Myrtle 

Durand S W, horseman, res 1152 Franklin 

Durant Amos, cleaner S P Co, res 600 Twelfth 

Durant J E Mrs, res 1353 Tenth ave 

Durant School, S G S Dunbar principal, Twenty-eighth nr Grove 

Durenberger Michel, tailor M J Keller, res 1118 Third 

Durham John, gardener, res Linden Lane nr Broadway 

Durham John O, Home for Adult Blind 

Durham John P Mrs, milliner, res 1116 Washington 

Durham J P Mrs, saleslady F M Reed & Co, res 1116 Washington 

Durkan Annie J Miss, domestic, 1311 Fifth ave 

Durkeil Mary, domestic, 1265 Grove 

Durkin J M, U S custom, S F, res Golden Eagle Hotel 

Durmot J, watchman S P Co, res Everetts Block 

Durning Thomas, clerk Wm Walsh, res' 1614 Fifteenth 

Durning Thomas A, compositor, S F, res 1614 Fifteenth 

Durning Thomas G, mining agt, res 524 East Eighteenth 

Durning Thomas A Jr, clerk, res 1614 Fifteenth 

Du Rose Alice Miss, res 1117 Poplar 

Du Rose Charles H, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 1117 

Poplar 
Du Rose Francis F, merchant, res 1117 Poplar 
Durrer Arnold, milk ranch, res Beulah Park 
Durst Joachim, res 1113 Adeline 

Dusinbury Harry E, asst bookkeeper, S F, res 1228 Adeline 
Dusinbury John B, res 1228 Adeline 
DUSINBURY MYRON T> real estate, insurance, and notary public, 

970 Broadway, res 1228 Adeline 
Dustin James, horse traner, res Randlett House 
Dutra Joseph, res 1744 Seventh 
Dutria An tone G, laborer, res 1413 Eighteenth 
Dutton C E, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 481 Twenty- 
fifth 
Dutton Jane Mrs, res 914 Fifth 
Dutton John W (Dutton & Tuttle) res NW cor Thirty-third and 

Grove 
DUTTON & TUTTLE (J W Dutton and S J Tuttle), real estate, 

972 Broadway 
Duval Frank, driver S P Co. res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth 
Duval Oliver, carpenter, re^ 777 Fourteenth 
Dwier Misses, dressmakers (Miss Mary Dwier and Miss Maggie 

Dwier) SE cor Alcatraz and Adeline 
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Dwinell Israel E Rev, professor Pacific Theological Seminary, res 
Hopkins Academy 

Dwyer Annie Miss, domestic C D Haven, Eighth nr Linden 

Dwyer Annie Miss, res 252 Eighth 

Dwyer Bridget, res 1010 Third . 

Dwyer Cornelius, laborer, res w s Union nr Twenty-sixth 

Dwyer Daniel D, marble works, res Piedmont ave nr Cemetery 

Dye Annie, domestic Brunswick House 

Dyer Alice Miss, res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer E Mrs, res 1307 Chustnut 

Dyer Harold P, electrician, res 1307 Chustnut 

Dyer Henry S, res 1307 Chestnut • 

Dyer Hubert, student University, res 1307 Chestnut 

Dyer James A, painter S P Co, res 555 Seventh 

Dyer Jennie H Miss, res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer Joseph P, stock broker, S F, res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer M S Miss, res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer Ruth B Miss, res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer Sarah N Mrs, res 1102 East Sixteenth 

Dyes Annie, domestic, res 1557 Webster 

Dyke Julia A Mrs, res 161 Third 

Dynes Wm, conductor S P Co, res 1116 Wood 

Eadie James, marble cutter Mountain View Cemetery 

Eadie Wm, marble polisher Mountain View Cemetery 

Eadon G A, res Beulah Park 

Eadon Moses, buyer Hawley Bros, S F, res 916 Fifth 

Eads C A Mrs, employment bureau and dressmaker, 506 Ninth 

Eagan Catherine Mrs, res 1108 Third 

Eagan Ella Miss, dressmaker, res 1108 Third 

Eagan J J. clerk Puget Sound Lumber Co, res Webers Hotel 

Eagan John, machinist, res 1108 Third 

Eagan Theresa Miss, dressmaker, res 1108 Third 

Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, Richard Abbey pres, 611-615 

3 Market 
Eagle Planing Mills, Towle & Broadwell proprs, 365 Fourteenth 
Eames George W, brakeman S P Co, res 837 Clay 
Eames Jean Miss, res 266 Thirteenth 
Eames Louisa C Mrs, res 837 Clay 

Eames Philo B, paper carrier, res NW cor Lusk and Fortieth 
Eames Roscoe L, teacher shorthand, res 554 Thirty-fifth 
Eames Wm W, carpenter S P Co, res 837 Clay 
Earhart George T, apprentice Jacob Mueller, res 770 Fifth 
Earhart J G, gardener, res 770 Fifth 
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Earickson E J, upholsterer, res 1826 Adeline 

Earl Adelia Mrs, res 1119 West 

Earl George, pattern maker, S F, res 322 B 

EARL GUY C> attorney-at-law and assistant district attorney, 

NW cor Ninth and Broadway, rms 15 and 16, res 1119 

West 
Earl Walter, grocer, 951 Webster 
Earl W Mrs, tailoress, res 1019 Broadway 

Earle John B, bank clerk, S F, res Summit ave, Prospect Heights 
Earle Katie Mrs, res 1113 Third 
Easter Emma Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter G S, watchmaker, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter John W, wood, coal, hay and grain, 1401 Broadway, res 

1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter John W Jr, artist, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter Laura E Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter Mary P Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter Nettie Miss, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Easter Sherman, res 1718 San Pablo ave 
Eastern Market, T J Crowley propr, 601 Sixteenth 
Eastham Henry F, sea captain, res 513 East Fifteenth 
Eastham Maria Mrs, res 513 East Fifteenth 
Eastland Alfred T, clerk Oakland Gas Co, S F, and sec Stockton 

Gas Co, res 966 Jefferson 
Eastland Joseph G, pres Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 

Rockridge Park 
Eastland Josephine Miss, res 1212 Grove 
Eastland Van L, supt and engineer Oakland Gas Light and Heat 

Co, res 817 Grove 
Eastland W H, employe 1 R Burns & Co, S F, res 970 Jefferson 
Eastman Ada Miss, teacher, res 460 Twenty-fourth 
Eastman Alfred, res cor Brooklyn and Watson aves, East Oak- 
land 
Eastman Bowman, res 1322 Tenth 
Eastman C A Miss, res 1322 Tenth 

Eastman Charles H, commission merchant, res 335 East Twelfth 
Eastman E Miss, res 460 Twenty-fourth 
Eastman Frank G, supt Oakland Paving Co's quarry, res 460 

Twenty-fourth 
Eastman H C Prof, elocutionist, res Fairmont House 
Eastman Joel A, carpenter, res 962 Grove 
Eastman Lucretia E Miss, res cor Brooklyn and Watson aves, 

East Oakland 
Eastman M H, supt Oakland Paving Co, res 64 Valley 
Eastman Moses L, res 354 East Sixteenth 
Eastman Walter F, res 354 East Sixteenth 
East Oakland Brewery, Rudolph Ringgenberg propr, cor Eighth 

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East Oakland Congregational Church, Rev C F Clapp pastor' 

Washington Hall, 307 East Twelfth, services every Simday 

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East Oakland Free Reading Room, Miss Charlotte E Bromley 

curator, 564 East Twelfth 
East Oakland Grove No 49, A D, meets hall 764 East Twelfth 
East Oakland Hotel, D M Bacon proprietor, 579 and 581 East 

Twelfth 
East Oakland Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev John W Ross 

pastor, Seventh ave bet East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
EAST OAKLAND NEWS, James D Naiome proprietor, SE cor 

East Fourteenth and Thirteenth ave 
East Oakland Planing Mills, Crist, Gallagher & Co proprs, cor 

East Twelfth and Fourteenth ave 
East Oakland Presbyterian Church, E S Chapman D D pastor, 

cor East Fourteenth and Fifteenth ave 
Easton Berkeley, apprentice Tribune Publishing Co.. res Berkeley 
Easton M T Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 
Eastwood Hattie Miss, res 563 Eleventh 
Eaton Anna J Mrs, res 1367 Castro 
Eaton Chas H, lumber surveyor, res 1450 J Seventh 
Eaton Chas S, foreman P E Keith, res 377 Eleventh 
Eaton Hattie F Mrs, res 854 Brush 
Eaton Henry J, foreman marking room Contra Costa Laundry, 

res 1416 Sixteenth 
Eaton Joseph C, mining operator, res 17C9 Nineteenth ave 
Ebeling Maria Mrs, dairy, w s Park ave nr Alameda 
Ebell Society, meets Hamilton Hall, cor Jefferson and Thirteenth 
Eberhard Carl, sausage factory, 467J Eighth, res 204 Seventh 
Eberlein Charles S (Townsend & Eberlein) res 837 Twenty-ninth 
Eberlin Ernst, baker, res 1651 Seventh 
Ebling Christopher, res 1073 Fourteenth ave 
Ebpinger — , Enquirer staff, res Hotel Merritt 
Ebra Lawrence, blacksmith, Forty -third nr Telegraph ave 
Eby John D, merchant, S F, res 1213 Myrtle 
Eccles W J, painter, res 951 Thirty-fifth 
ECHOES (weekly) F R Porter editor and proprietor, Girard 

House 
Ecker John W, carpenter, res 371 Tenth 
Eckert May Miss, actress, res Galindo Hotel 
Eckert T W, actor, res Galindo Hotel 
Eckert T W Mrs, actress, res Galindo Hotel 
Eckhardt Louis H, billiards, 471-475 Eighth, res 472 Eighth 
Eckles Clement, carpenter, res Tenth nr Folsom, North Oakland 
Eckles Norman, porter Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res Tenth nr 

Folsom, North Oakland 
Eckles Ramond, brass finisher, S F, res Tenth nr Folsom, North 

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Eckson Annie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Eckstrum Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Edberg Lena Miss, domestic M Freeman, res 22 Maple 

Eddie Isaac, poultryman, Mitchell nr Fruit Vale Creek 

Eddings William C (Brownell & Eddings) res 363J Twelfth 

Eddy Chas, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 973 Third 

Eddy E G, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works 

Eddy Henry, laborer, res 973 Third 

Eden Emma A Mrs, milliner, 965 Broadway, res 517 Thirty-sixth 

Eden William J, city agt Alameda County Branch Home Mutual 

Insurance Co, res 517 Thirty-sixth 
Edgar Arthur, fireman S P Co 

Edgar James, miner, res n s Forty-first bet San Pablo and Ade- 
line 
Edgar Margaret J Mrs, res 2153 West 
Edgar Robert, deputy county clerK, res Berkeley 
Edgar Samuel, employe Mountain View Cemetery 
Edgar W J, fireman S P Co 
Edgcomb Richard P, carpenter, res 811 Pine 

Edholm Charlton Madame, journalist Oakland Tribune and ed- 
itor Christian Home, res 316 Tenth 
Edmonds Charles V, journalist, 1410 Tenth 
Edmonds Walter J, barber, 924 Broadway, res 806 Clay 
Edoff James P, agt, res 913 Grove 
Edstrom Thomas, trunkmaker, 811 Center 
Eduff D P, commercial traveler, S F, res 913 Grove 
Edward Charles, employe box factory, res 612| East Twelfth 
Edward James L, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 738 

Myrtle 
Edwards Mrs, bds 769 Jefferson 

Edwards Ambrose F, jeweler R W Edwards, res 1113 Linden 
Edwards B F, dentist, 859 Broadway, res 1006 Fifth 
Edwards Charles Mrs, res 656 Sixth 
Edwards Charles S, clerk, res 522 East Fourteenth 
Edwards David S, res 1326 Tenth ave 
Edwards Eben, coachman, res 1568 Webster 
Edwards Edith Mrs, res 1006 Fifth 

Edwards Evan J,, coachman AK P Harmon, res 481 Twenty- 
fourth 
EDWARDS F J & CO (F J Edwards and Harry D Hardy) oyster 

and fish dealers, 468 Eleventh 
Edwards Frederick J (F J Edwards & Co) res 865 Union 
Edwards George, employe S P Co, res 1458 Twelfth 
Edwards George, steward steamer Santa Rosa, res Blake House 
Edwards George C, professor State University, res 1568 Webster 
Edwards George H, gripman Oakland Cable Co, res 682 Twenty- 
fifth 
Edwards G H, barkeeper James Butler, res 760 Franklin 



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Edwards George W, insurance broker and advertising agt, res 

1714 Eighth 
Edwards G W, brakeman S P Co, res 1714 Eighth 
Edwards Georgie B, res 1326 Eighteenth ave 
Edwards Gus, brakeman S P Co, res 914 Pine 
Edwards H, brakeman S P Co, res 1870 William 
Edwards James, farmer, res 1226 Twelfth 
Edwards James L, millman, res 690 Market 
Edwards J G, editor and publisher Coast Review, S F, res 520 

Tenth 
Edwards John, engineer S P Co, res 914 Pine 
Edwards John, fireman S P Co, res 1687 Seventh 
Edwards John, iron worker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

516 Fifth 
Edwards John, student, res 417 East Fourteenth 
Edwards L Mrs, res 522 East Fourteenth 
Edwards Lucy B Miss, res 1326 Tenth ave 
Edwards Moroni, capitalist, res 927 Myrtle 
Edwards Nellie Miss, res 1430 Twenty-third ave 
Edwards Perry Mrs, res 769 Jefferson 
Edwards R W, jeweler and watchmaker, 963 Broadway, res 

1054 Twelfth 
Edwards T Miss, res 1430 Twenty -third ave 
Edwards William, carpenter, res cor Nineteenth ave and East 

Fourteenth 
Edwards William S, caterer, S F, res 682 Twenty-fifth 
Eel Catherine Mrs, res cor Nineteenth ave and East Twelfth 
Eells Chas P, atty-at-law, S F, res San Pablo ave nr Forty-fifth, 

North Oakland 
Egan Patrick, driver Wm Walsh, res 1320 Peralta 
EGERT L H> butcher, 966 Broadway, res Alameda 
Eggart Thomas, dairyman Vernon Park Dairy 
Egger J O, dairy produce, 871 Wood 
Eggers Frederick, varnisher, res 1221 Adeline 
Eggers George, varnisher, res 1221 Adeline 
Eggers Oscar, res 301 Second 

Eggleston Fred E, carpenter M S Jordan, res 1122 East Seven- 
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Egleston Edgar A, sticker Oakland Planing Mills, res 819 Wash- 



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Egleston George A, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res s s Fortieth 

bet Telegraph ave and Grove 
Egleston & Klauenbeig (William H Egleston and Herman Klauen- 

berg) barbers, 616 East Twelfth 
Egleston Lydia Mrs, res s s Fortieth bet Telegraph ave and Grove 
Egleston William H fEgleston & Klauenberg) 
Egters Oscar, deck hand steamer Alameda, res 301 Second 
Ehenery Mrs, res 814 Clay 



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Eian Christopher, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 664 

Twenty-sixth 
Eibach Charles, fresco painter, res 976 Chester 
Eiben Fred G (Eiben & Nor) res 943 Peralta 
EIBEN & NOR (Fred G Eiben and Andrew J Nor) grocers and 

liquor dealers, 1572 Seventh, branch store 860 Peralta 
Eichenberger Emil, photograph retoucher, S F, res 273 Sixth, rear 
EICHENBERGER L photographic art gallery, 510 Seventh, res 

same 
Eichler Albert R, res 1208 Adeline 

Eichler Frank, music teacher, s s Orchard ave nr Broadway 
Eien C C, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 664 Twenty- 
sixth 
Eiferle Christ, saloon, Old County Road nr Fruit Vale ave 
Eighmy Mary J Mrs, dressmaker, res cor Seventh and Campbell 
Eighmy Rosetta M Miss, dancing teacher, res cor Seventh and 

Campbell 
Eisan A F, millwright Wagner & O'Brien, S F, res 843 Franklin 
Eisenmenger Adele, domestic, 1259 Alice 
Eitel Charles H, lumberman, res 820 Henry 
Eitel John A, laborer S P Co, res 1679 Atlantic 
Ekensteen August, packer Murphy, Grant & Co, S F, res 1155 

Campbell 
Ekstrom Ach W, laborer, res 557 Thirty-sixth 
Eland Robert, asphaltum roofer, res 1420 Tenth 
El Capitan Division No 115, Order of Railway Conductors, 453 

Eighth 
Elder Alexander, bookkeeper, S F, res 1217 Harrison 
Elder Etta Miss, teacher, res 1217 Harrison 
Elder Robert C, clerk F M ITusted, S F, res 1217 Harrison 
Elder S C Mrs, res 1217 Harrison 
Elder William G, bookkeeper, S F, res 1217 Harrison 
Eldridge David, fisherman, res Ettie nr Park ave 
Eldridge E S Mrs, res 304 Fourteenth 
Eldridge George, fisherman, res Ettie nr Park ave 
Eldridge Joseph B, painter, res 493 Twenty-fifth 
Eldridge S A, insurance broker, S F, res 304 Fourteenth 
Eldridge Washington, fisherman, res Ettie nr Park ave 
Eley Samuel B, engineer, res 812 Chester 
Elfen Otto, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co, res Lake 

Shore ave 
Elford Mary E Mrs, res 1911 San Pablo ave 
Elford William, carpenter, res NE cor Tenth ave and East 

Twenty-third 
Elford W R, car builder Oakland Planing Mills, res 1911 San 

Pablo ave 
Eliaser Samuel, salesman E Barnett, res 412 Fifth 
Eliason Augustus A, res 752 Sixteenth 



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752 Sixteenth £H * 

Eliesen Martin E, cabinet maker, res 1607 Market ^ 

Eliot C E (H Bankhead & Co) res 462 Ninth 
Elison Sophie Miss, res 1120 Twelfth 
Elkan Abram, mfr boots and shoes, 374 Twelfth 
Ellard Herbert W, clerk, res 972 Cypress 
Ellard W H, chief engineer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

972 Cypress 
Ellinson Mrs, res 1512 Ninth 
Ellinson John, res 1512 Ninth 

Elliot John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2038 Union 
Elliot Mary Mrs, res 760 Seventeenth 
Elliott — , farmer, res cor East Thirty-fifth and Cameron 
Elliott Annie A, res 946 Thirty-fourth 

Elliott Austin A, mechanic C B Rice, res 1073 Thirteenth ave 
Elliott C E, furniture, 911 Washington, res 462 Ninth 
Elliott C N Mrs, res 357 Eleventh 
Elliott Fontaine, res 1407 Franklin 
ELLIOTT FRANK L> electric supplies, 922 Broadway, res 357 

Eleventh 
Elliott George, brakeman S P Co, res 1684 Taylor 
Elliott George, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2036 Union 
Elliott H, hack driver, res 836 Broadway 
Elliott Harvey, res 860 Broadway 

Elliott Helen Mrs, canvasser J Dewing Co, res 1407 Franklin 
Elliott Ida Miss, res 1534 Broadway 
Elliott Idelle Miss, res 1407 Franklin 
Elliott James, teamster Taylor & Co, res 827 Brush 
Elliott Jennie Miss, res 657 Grove • 

Elliott Louisa Miss, dressmaker M Milliken, res 1355 Telegraph ave 
Elliott Maggie Miss, res 946 Thirty -fourth 
Elliott Mary Miss, res n s Spring nr Adeline 
Elliott Matthew, res n s Spring nr Adeline 
Elliott Rebecca Miss, res n s Spring nr Adeline 
Elliott Robert, driver Eagle Box Factory, res 657 Grove 
Elliott S T Mrs, res 1534 Broadway 
Elliott W H, bridge contractor, res 769 Twenty-first 
Elliott William, brakeman S P Co, res 914 Pine 
ELLIOTT W P, with Frank L Elliott, res 357 Eleventh 
Ellis A A Mrs, dressmaker, 524 Sixteenth 

Ellis Carrie M Miss, teacher Swett School, res 1351 Fourth ave 
ELLIS C H> armorer Companies A and F Fifth Infantry, res 

1205 West 
Ellis Charles, laborer, res 766 East Thirty-fifth 
Ellis Cvrus E, res 967 Pine 

Ellis Felix D, with Balfour, Guthrie & Co, S F, res 1277 Ninth ave 
Ellis George, barber, Telegraph ave nr Forty-ninth 

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Ellis Griffith, fireman steamer Piedmont, res 941 Pine 

Eliis Harry, compressed yeast mfr, res 471 Twenty-second 

Ellis Harry, grain dealer, S F, res 914 Sixteenth 

Ellis Hattie Mis, res 461| Fourth 

Ellis J H, paint mixer Petroline Paint Co, res 1326 Eleventh ave 

Ellis John, commercial agt, res 1069 Ninth ave 

Ellis John F, printer H S Crocker & Co, res 1069 Ninth ave 

Ellis Laura Mrs, waitress, res 1609 Myrtle 

Ellis Phelix D, insurance agt, res 1277 Ninth ave 

Ellis Richard, helper S P Co, res 803 Willow 

Ellis W Brobury, res 1277 Ninth ave 

Ellis W G, mfg jeweler, 954 Broadway, res 1010 West 

Ellison Bert, res Pleasant Valley, Piedmont 

Ellsworth J T, tailor M J Keller, res 804 Brush 

Ellsworth L Mrs, dressmaker, res 1108 J Broadway 

Ell wood Mary Mrs, res 1470 Thirteenth ave 

Elmer Harry, res 821 Market 

Elming Frank, gardener, res north end Fruit Vale ave 

Elmore George, machinist, S F, res 691 Thirty-fourth 

Elmore Louisa Mrs, dressmaker, res 691 Thirty-fourth 

Elms J J, upholsterer, res 1718 Linden 

Elsey Charles, farmer, res 653 Eleventh 

Elveidge — , bds 562 Eighth 

Elvidge Annie Miss, res 912 Poplar 

Elvidge Charles, draughtsman Stearn & Co, S F, res 912 Poplar 

Elvidge Fred, machinist, S F, res 912 Poplar 

Elvidge G Ford, bookkeeper, res 912 Poplar 

Elvin Daniel., gardener, res 752 Sixteenth 

Elvin Daniel, coachman, 1265 Grove 

Elwood Matthew, roundhouse man S P Co, res 520 Fifth 

Ely Ann Mrs, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 

Ely George J, dairyman, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 

Ely George S B, engineer, res 812 Chester 

Ely Susan Miss, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 

Elzy Even J, mining supt, res 260 Fifth 

Eme Claude, res 1355 Eighth 

Eme Ernest, engineer S P Co, res 1355 Eighth 

Emerson Julia Miss, domestic, 70 East Twelfth 

Emerson Lendon C, clerk, res 932 Union 

Emerson Ralph Mrs, res Blake House 

Emerson William Henry, bottler Taylor & Lohse, res 1052 East 

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EMERY A H> manager Pacific Coast Electrical Construction Co, 

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Emery C C, cleaner S P Co, res 1021 Kirkham 
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Emery J A, vice-pres Oakland Home Insurance Co, res cor Park 

and San Pablo ave 
Emery John A Rev, rector St Andrew's Episcopal Church, res 964 

Cypress 
Emery Moses, capitalist, res Brunswick 
EMERY T C> wood, coal, hay and grain, 1694 Seventh, res 680 

Thirty-fourth 
Emeiy W R, employe California Cotton Mills 
Emeryville Post-office, G P Clapp postmaster, Park ave nr Emery 

Station S P R R 
Emil Gabriel, res Union Hotel 

Emiay Fred E (O Emlay & Sons) res 690 Twenty-fifth 
Emlay L A (O Emlay & Sons) res 690 Twenty-fifth 
Emlay O (O Emlay h Sons) res 690 Twenty-fifth 
Emlay O & Sons (O, F E and L A) saddlery and harness, 1160 

Broadway 
Emlay T E, harness maker, res 1160 Broadway 
Emmatt John S, bookkeeper S P Co, S F, res 1317 Tenth 
Enas George H, master mariner, res 1306 Twelfth ave 
Encinal Flour Mill, Gould & Williamson proprs, 751 and 753 

Washington 
Endrich George, painter, 705 East Twelfth, res 703 East Twelfth 
Engelbretson Finkel, expressman, res 1634 Myrtle 
Engelund Joe, car driver .Fourteenth Street Railroad Co, res 1320 

Kirkham 

Englander Mattie V Mrs, res 656 Myrtle / 

Engle Sadie Miss, copyist Hall of Records, res 361 Fifth 
Englebright Henry, blacksmith, res 1671 Seward _ I 

Engler Charles, carpenter, res 205 Third Jj, C 

Engler Edward, employe Oakland Planing Mills, res 854 Harrison 
Engling Gustav, tinsmith, res 1267 Seventh ave 

English Francis M, tutor, res 460 East Seventeenth (0 

English Harry, moulder, S F, res 1112 Thirtieth J 

English James, clerk, res 1672 Pacific U 

English J M, capitalist, res 1001 Jackson fi) ' 

English John T, carpenter, res 1622 Myrtle 2. I 

English M Mrs, res 1112 Thirtieth 3 

English Warren B, grain dealer, S F, res 1268 Harrison f) 

English William D, pres harbor commissioner's office, S F, res Z 

128 Tenth O 2 

Engs John S, salesman, S F, res 1607 Telegraph ave © ( 

Engwick Knud, carpenter, res 1079 East Fifteenth ~ r 

Ennis Frank, laborer, res 730 Chester 
Ennis Harriet Mrs, res 373 Second 
Ennis Hattie F Miss, res 318J Third 

Ennis John, mechanic, res 1518 Third 4 

Ennis Joseph, laborer, res 702 Twenty-sixth 
Ennis Katie Mrs, res 713 Franklin 



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Ennis Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1518 Third 

Ennis William, stoker Engine No 3, fire department, res 1671 

Eighth 
Ennis William, driver Fire Engine No 3, res 1713 Eighth 
Enos Antone Rodregus, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 923 East 

Fourteenth 
Enos Antonio, laborer, res 1019 East Twenty-second 
Enos Frank, laborer, res 666 East Sixteenth 
Enos Frank, laborer S P Co, res 909 East Fourteenth 
Enos Frank, laborer S P Co, res 730 Chestnut 
Enos Henry C, bookkeeper George Black, res 802 Wood 
Enos Joseph, varnisher, res n s Forty-second bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove 
Enos Joseph, bootmaker, res NW cor Henry and Fifth 
Enos Joseph, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res cor Twenty- 
sixth and San Pablo ave 
Enos Joseph, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 812 Third 
Enos Manuel, laborer S P Co, res Fifteenth ave, East Oakland 
Enos Manuel J, barber, 1466 Seventh, res 812 Henry 
Enos Morris, driver Vernon Park Dairy, res NW cor New Broad- 
way and College ave 
Enos Nancy Mrs, res 802 Wood 
Enos Thomas A, fireman S P Co, res 802 Wood 
Enright John J, waiter Philadelphia Restaurant, res 728 Twelfth 
Ensemble Club, Hamilton Hall, cor Jefferson and Thirteenth 
Ensign Charles F, engineer, res cor Birch and Telegraph ave 

ENTERPRISE JOB PRINTING OFFICE, William B Moody pro- 
prietor, 476 Tenth 
Enterprise Lodge No 298, I O O F, meets in hall cor San Pablo 

ave and Twenty-eighth 
Enterprise Market, Miller & Ernst proprs, 855 West 
Entzmann Arnold, draughtsman, res 1171 Seventh 
Enz Antone, employe Talcott's Dairy, res High opp Prescott 
Enz Louis, employe Talcott's Dairy, res High opp Prescott 
Episcopal Mission Sunday-school, service at 2:30 and 4 pm, 650 

Broadway 
Eplin Anson, baker John WulfF, res 1651 Seventh 
Eppstein M, laborer Bercovich Bros, res NE cor Fourth and Web- 
ster 
Erickson Andrew, gardener A J Gillis, res 1923 Union 
Erickson Eva C, ironer Contra Costa Laundry, res 1326 Twelfth 
Erickson E, tailor N Larson, res 374J Twelfth 
Erickson Herman, furnaceman Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 

222 B 
Erickson Hilma, domestic, 520 Sixteenth 
Ericson Helma, domestic J L Howard, Vernon Heights 
Erie House, E W T Talman propr, 1113 Broadway 
Errickson Fred, steam boating, res 1012 Twenty-fourth 



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Erricson Andrew, gardener E Gill, res Union nr Twenty-eighth 

Ernst E Miss, res 566 Twenty-fourth 

Ernst Paul (Miller & Ernst) res 643 Linden 

Erskine Wilbur F, first officer steamer St Paul, res 1362 Eleventh 
ave 

Erwin Steward, coachman Chauncey Taylor, res 820 Twenty- 
second 

Escalet Lizzie, domestic, 1331 Chestnut 

Esmond M E Mrs, res 806 Franklin 

Esparro J F, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 952 East Twentieth 

Esperanza John, laundryman, res 1515 San Pablo ave 

Estasio Antone, agt Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co, res 
1103 Sixteenth ave 

Estey John C (Nash & Estey) res 535 Seventeenth 

Estey Minnie V Miss, clerk Contra Costa Laundry office, res 535 
Seventeenth 

Estman Moses H, res 464 Valley 

Etzold Minnie M Miss, nurse girl, 1217 Filbert 

Eucinas Leonardo, laborer E M Derby & Co, res Alameda 

Eulalia Sister, Convent of Our Lady of Lourdes 

Euphrasia Sister, Convent of Our Lady of Lourdes 

EUREKA HOTEL, HH Meyer proprietor, 501 Seventh cor Wash- 
ington 

Eureka Paper Co, H N Gard & Co, 1153 Washington 

Eustace Annie Mrs, res 1810 William 

Eustace Ed, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1810 William 

Eustace Frank L, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1810 
William 

Eustace John, nailer Pacific Iron an 1 Nail Works, res 809 Castro 

Eustice Richard, blacksmith, res 804 Castro 

Evans — , painter, res 1159 Seventh 

Evans — , foundry, S F, res 1723 Seventh 

Evans B Mrs, employe California Cotton Mills 

Evans C, receiving clerk J Lusk Canning Co, res e s Claremont 
ave nr Telegraph ave 

Evans C A, machinist, res 212 Fourth . 

Evans Charles, master mariner, res 420 Fifth 

Evans Charles, milkman, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and High 

Evans Charles J, employe Electric Light Co, res 2207 Adeline 

Evans Charles O, butcher Glaze Bros, res 1064 Eleventh ave 

EVANS CHARLES 0, maufacturer and dealer in harness and 
saddlery, 1318 Telegraph ave, res 1369 Broadway 

Evans David S, contractor and builder, res 1424 Thirteenth ave 

Evans E B, iron moulder, S F, res 1668 Chase 

Evans Eliza Miss, res 1720 San Pablo ave 

Evans George, shoemaker Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 
SF 

Evans Harry, clerk, res 1064 Eleventh ave 



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Evans Herbert, milkman, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and High 

Evans Homer L, S F, res 2207 Adeline 

Evans J F, atty-at-law, S F, res 2207 Adeline 

Evans J O, res 212 Fourth 

Evans John, mason, S F, res Girard House 

Evans John P, iron worker Judson Manufacturing Co, res cor 

Watts and Peralta 
Evans John W, gen agt Domestic sewing machine Co, S F, res 

NE cor East Fourteenth and Sixth ave 
Evans J V Miss, res 2207 Adeline 
Evans Lavinia Miss, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 1064 

Eleventh ave 
Evans Mary J, domestic, 1211 Alice 
Evans Matilda Mrs, res 1064 Eleventh ave 
Evans R, laborer E H Lenox, res Union Hotel 
Evans Reynolds, laborer, res 1064 Eleventh ave 
Evans Robert P, clerk Jones' Bazar, 955 Broadway 
Evans Solon, cabinet maker, res 458 East Seventeenth 
Evans Taliesin, managing editor Evening Bulletin, S F, res 212 

Fourth 
Evans William, milkman, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and 

High 
Evans William H, printer, res 1423 San Pablo ave 
Evans William R, Domestic sewing machine, S F, res 914 Brush 
Evening Star Lodge, I O O F, meets every Wednesday evening at 

Schimmel pfennig's Hall, East Twelfth bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth aves 
EVENING TRIBUNE, William E Dargie manager, Eighth bet 

Broadway and Franklin 
Evens Charles, master mariner, res 420 Fifth 
Evens John, mason, res Girard House 
Evens Lizzie Mrs, res 1012 Fifth 
Evens M E, laborer, res 1625 San Pablo ave 
Everett Edward, Wholesale Rubber Co, S F, and member Board 

of Education, res 719 Eighth 
Everett George L, commercial editor Alta California, S F, res 

1116 Adeline 
Everett S L, journalist, S F, res 1116 Adeline 
Everlee Louis, helper R W Merrick, res 481 Seventh 
Evers George J, printer, res 769 Lydia 
EVERS HENRY* undertaker and embalmer, 865 Washington, 

res 1418 San Pablo ave 
Evers Henry Jr, bookkeeper F Delger, res 1418 San Pablo ave 
Evers John H, undertaker, res 1418 San Pablo ave 
•Evers Joseph, expressman, res 1225 Elm 
Everson Mark (W & M Everson) res 1102 Peralta 
E verso Wallace (W & M Everson), res SW cor Sixteenth and 

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EVERSON W & M (Wallace & Mark Everson) builders' hard- 
ware, tools and agricultural implements, SW cor Broadway 
and Ninth 

Everts Charles P, law student, res 1115 Jackson 

Everts Philetus, res 1115 Jackson 

Evoy Charlotte Miss, res NW cor Thirty- seventh and Market 

Evoy John J, farmer, res NW cor Thirty-seventh and Market 

Evoy M J Mrs, res NW cor Thirty-seventh and Market 

Evoy Ranche, SW cor Fortieth and Market 

Ewing Claude V, clerk Dewing & Co, S F, res 1219 Jefferson 

Ewing James C clerk, res 1219 Jefferson 

Ewing Joshua C, collector, res 1219 Jefferson 

Ewing S E, collector F Kings, res Tenth nr Webster 

Ewing Thomas, res Vernon Heights 

"Excelsior" Supply Co, F E Sadler mgr, 1126 Linden 

EXPOSITOR ( Tne ) published monthly by H P Brown, editor and 
proprietor, 859 Broadway, rm 12 

Eyrich George, engineer, res 1470 Fifth 

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Fabens Hurbert S, brakeman S P Co, res 1868 William 

Fabiola Homeopathic Hospital Association, Mrs A T Leighton 
matron, 1057 Alice 

Fabish Miaka Miss, domestic, res 977 Seventh ave 

Fabrique B C, musician, res 511 Tenth 

Faessler William, jeweler, 468 J Seventh, res 623 Broadway 

Fagan A Mrs, res 1629 Lincoln 

Fagan Lucy A Miss, res 1629 Lincoln 

Fagan Lynda Mrs, res 609 Ninth 

Fahey Edwin, hostler J C Ainsworth, Vernon ave nr Pagoda Hill 

Fahey Maggie, domestic, 310 Fifth 

Fahey Michael, sexton Catholic Church, res 590 Twenty-first 

Fahey Michael, coachman J C Ainsworth, Vernon ave nr Pagoda 
Hill 

Fahrenholtz Henry, cigar maker, S F, res 1723 Thirteenth 

Fahrenholtz John R, master mariner, res 1723 Thirteenth 

Fair Ollie Miss, res 1669 Seward 

Fairbank Charles E, passenger and traffic agt C M & St P R R, 
res 534 Fifteenth 

Fairbank Jonathan, painter, res 770 Twenty-second 

Fairbanks Forrest E, horse trainer, res SE cor Forty-first and 
Adeline 

Fairbanks J J, horse trainer, res Adeline bet Fortieth and Forty- 
first 

Fairbanks Levina Mrs, res 1156 Broadway 

Fairbanks Joseph A, res 950 Wood 

Fairbanks Lincoln O, res 241 Ettie 

Fairchild Charles A, miner, r^s 846 Seventeenth 



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Fairchiid Howard, cigar maker Robert Kuerzel, res 857 Harrison 

Fairchild James A, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 

Fairchiid Judd H, salesman E Hook, res 565 Seventeenth 

Fairchild Maria R Mrs, res 778 Ninth 

Fairchiid Stephen F, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 

Fairchild Warren G, groceries, 1350 Market, res 846 Seventeenth 

Fairmont House, John Barrows propr, cor Eighteenth and San 
Pablo ave 

Fake Edward A, carpenter, res 1131 East Eighteenth 

Fake George, watchmaker R W Edwards, res 1131 East Eight- 
eenth 

Fake William, moulder, S F, res 1131 East Eighteenth 

Falconer James, carpenter, res 1210 Thirtieth 

Falk Pauline Mrs, res 511 Sixth 

Falkman Fred R, sea captain, res 1016 Pine 

Fallan Daniel G, butcher, res 142 Louise 

Fallon James, laborer, res 1163 Third 

Fallon John, laborer, res 764 Twenty-second 

Fallon John Jr, brick layer, res 764 Twenty-second 

Fallon Julia Miss, compositor, S F, res 764 Twenty-second 

Fallon Malachi, res cor Seventh and Oak 

Fallon Peter, crimper Wentworth Boot and Shoe Factory, res 
West Berkeley 

Fallon William, clerk assessor's office, res Galindo Hotel 

Falls Elizabeth, clerk, res 1269 San Pablo ave 

Falls John H, oil, stoves and lamps, 1269 San Pablo ave 

Falls Stephen D, insurance, S F, res cor Montgomery and John 
off Piedmont ave 

Fanawee August, employe California Jute Mills 

Fannof Lawrence, gen mdse, S F, res 1110 Myrtle 

Fannon John, section foreman S P Co, res 1026 Peralta 

Fannon Katie F, seamstress, res 1695 Eighth 

Fannon Luke, miner, res 1026 Peralta 

Fannon Patrick, laborer S P Co, res 1026 Peralta 

Fannon Patrick D, bookkeeper, res 1695 Eighth 

Fannon Peter, laborer S P Co, res 1890 Eighth 

Fannon Peter J, laborer S P Co, res 1695 Eighth 

Fant Edwin N, clerk Mead & Co, res 812 Myrtle 

Fant Richard H, sawyer Jason Springer & Co, res 812 Myrtle 

Faocooci Louis, carpenter, res 655 Myrtle 

Fara Joseph, res 770 Willow 

Farell M A Mrs, res 556 Sixth 

Faretti Paul, res 628 Filbert 

Farher Delia Mrs, res 2027 West 

Farish Edward, student, res 1571 Broadway 

Farish James R, editor Herald of Trade, S F, res 1571 Broadway 

Farley C M, fireman S P Co, res : 1723 Seward 

Farley E J, fireman S P Co, res 1723 Seward 



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Farley Frank, teamster, res 814 East Fifteenth 

Farley Frank E, 233 Hannah 

Farley James, plasterer, res 1763 Grove 

Farley James, driver McMillan & Co, res 837 Market 

Farley James F, extraman Engine Co No 4, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res 621 East Fourteenth 

Farley Katie, domestic E 8 Roberson, N W cor Ninth and Madison 

Farley Maggie Mrs, dishwasher Pullman Hotel 

Farley Mary, domestic, 1217 Castro 

Farley M B, engineer S P Co, res 1723 Seward 

Farley N P Mrs, res 1723 Seward 

Farley Patrick, teamster, res 814 East Fifteenth 

Farley Robert, marble yard, 523 Seventh, res 1763 Grove 

Farley Thomas, teamster, res 1378 Fifth 

Farmer Edwin, bartender, res Clayton House 

Farmer George J, boat builder, foot of Alice, res 815 Webster 

Farmer Harry, employe C P R R, res 1162 Seventh 

Farmer Martha Miss, res 1312 Telegraph ave 

Farmer R H, bartender Neher & Hickman, res 1228 Broadway 

Farmer Robert, fruits and vegetables, 611 East Twelfth 

Farmer Robert, saloon keeper, res Clayton House 

Farmer Thomas, capitalist, res 1312 Telegraph ave 

Farmer T P, band sawyer Towle & Broadwell, res 623 Howard, 
S F 

Farnam A L Mrs, dressmaker, res 8J33 Clay 

Farnam Charles W, bookkeeper, res cor Fruit Vale ave and 
East Fourteenth 

Farnam C W Mrs, teacher painting and drawing Field Seminary 

Farnam Susan M Mrs, artist, res cor Fruit Vale ave and East 
Fourteenth 

Farnham E C Mrs, res 724 Fourteenth 

Farnham Frederick J, carpenter, res 674 East Thirty-third 

Farno C Mrs, res 574 Thirty-fourth 

Farno Frank, helper California Hosiery Co, res 574 Thirty-fourth 

Farno James, res 574 Thirty-fourth 

Farno William, res 574 Thirty-fourth 

Farnsworth Calvin W, res 1367 Twelfth ave 

Farns worth Silas E, clerk James Maclise, res 1367 Twelfth ave 

Farnsworth William E, pressman Pacific Press, res 1367 Twelfth 
ave 

Farquhar Edwin, druggist, res 522 Eighth 

Farquhar Mary A Mrs. res 1262 Eighth 

Farquhar M M Miss, res 522 Eighth 

Farquhar Nora Miss, res 1262 Eighth 

Farquharson David, pres California Savings and Loan Society, 
S F, res 1167 Jackson 

Farr Charles, laborer, res 704 Brush 

Farr Charles, laborer, res 953 Third 



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Farr David, engineer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 662 
Adeline 

Farr Frederick H, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, cor Watts 
and Park ave 

Farr Helina Mrs, res 1430 Third 

FARR LINCOLN T> assistant postmaster, res 2269 Telegraph ave 

Farr Mary Mrs, res 704 Brush 

Farr William J, laborer, res 953 Third 

Farragut Insurance Co of New York, H Griffin agt, 958 Broadway 

Farran Mary E Mrs, res 778 Tenth 

FARRAR M P MRS' proprietor Central Block, 1068 Broadway 

Farrell A E Mrs, res 837 Brush 

Farrell Brian, gardener, res 1269 Filbert 

Farrell James, steamship stevedore, res 1666 Sixteenth 

Farrell James, car repairer S P Co, res 1004 Wood 

Farrell Jane Mrs, saleslady John S Pressey, res 1781 Goss 

Farrell Johanna Mrs, res 665 Twenty-Sixth 

Farrell John, grocer, 828 Alice 

Farrell John, shoemaker, 421 Seventh, res 671 Twenty-seventh 

Farrell John Jr, shoemaker, 421 Seventh, res 671 Twenty-seventh 

Farrell J P, agt California Door Co, 460-464 Second, res Alameda 

Farrell & Kelly (Michael Farrell and Nicholas Kelly) butchers, 
1'551 Seventh 

Farrell L F Mrs, stenographer, res 1386 Webster 

Farrell M A Mrs, res 558 Fourth 

Farrell Margaret Mrs, groceries, res 671 Twenty-seventh 

Farrell Mary Miss, domestic, 752 Ninth 

Farrell Mary J Mrs, lodgings, res 513 Ninth 

Farrell Michael, coachman I L Requa, Piedmont 

Farrell Michael, iron moulder, res 975 Willow 

Farrell Michael (Farrell & Kelly) res 730 Peralta 

Farrell T F, cabinet maker, res 558 Fourth 

Farrell Thomas Capt, captain Robert and Minnie, res 728 Peralta 

Farrier Annie Miss, res 1253 Sixth ave 

Farrier Emma L Miss, res 1253 Sixth ave 

Farrier Hiram L, clerk, res 1253 Sixth ave 

Farrington E D, clerk U S custom house, S F, res 535 Eighteenth 

Farrington Elvin D Jr, clerk Bowman & Son, res 535 Eighteenth 

Farrington Frank S, res 535 Eighteenth 

Farrington George W, grainer, res 1352 Grove 

Farris Lulu Miss, res 559 Seventh 

Farris N J Mrs, res 559 Seventh 

Farron Fanny Miss, domestic, 555 Sixth 

Farwell F M, house and sign painter, res w s Adeline nr San 
Pablo ave 

Farwell George W, clerk, res w s Adeline nr San Pablo ave 

Farwell M O, painter F M Farwell, res cor Forty-first and Ade- 
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Faschion Herman, cook, res 973 Seventh 

Faschion Henry, cook, res 973 Seventh 

Fashion Livery Stable, McCleverty & Noblett proprs, 860 Broad- 
way 

Fasshauer Jacob C, with Glines & Dudley, res Berkeley 

Fatch Annie, domestic, 1369 Thirteenth ave 

Fatzell Peter M, laborer, res 757 Jefferson 

Faugh tan John W, expressman, res 2045 Filbert 

Faulkner George L, clerk Palmer & Rey, S F, res 220 Seventh 

Faulkner Thomas F, janitor Delger Block, res 377 Twelfth 

Faure Leon, propr Hermitage House, res end Fruit Vale ave 

Faurholt Christen S, hopperman Oregon Improvement Co, res 
966 Third 

Fausket Edward, inventor, res 2139 Chestnut 

Favens Herbert, employe S P Co, res 1868 William 

Favor F K Mrs, res 410 Thirteenth 

Favor James H, carpenter, res 1536 Broadway 

Favre Eugenie Miss, employe French Laundry, res 1248 San 
Pablo ave 

Favre Mary Mrs, employe French Laundry, res 1248 San Pablo 
ave 

Fawcett Harry E, wall paper, 1012 Broadway, res 700 Sycamore 

Fay Alfred C, res High opp Prescott 

Fa} r Andrew, butcher, SW cor Seventh and Webster, res S F 

Fay Andy, butcher, res 579 Third 

Fay Charles H, engineer S P Co, res 1571 Fifth 

Fay Georgie I Miss, res High opp Prescott 

Fay William, cabinet maker, wood finisher and furniture repairer, 
576 Seventh 

Fearey George H, brakeman, res 1952 Grove 

Fearey Joseph, news agt S P Co, res 1952 Grove 

Fearey Mary Mrs, res 1952 Grove 

Fearey Robert E, plumber, res e s Spring nr Adeline 

Fearn John, phvsician and druggist, 975 Washington, res 1165 
Clay 

Feary Joseph H, general news agt S P Co, res 1320 Telegraph ave 

Feassler William, jeweler, Seventh bet Broadway and Washing- 
ton, res SE cor Second and Broadway 

Feckenseher Herman, res 1415 Twelfth ave 

Federspiel Andrew (Conners & Federspiel) res 1216 Clay 

Federspiel Sophus, clerk Conners & Federspiel, res 1216 Clay 

Fee Thomas, clerk Neil Gallagher, res 1722 Telegraph ave 

Feehan Tobias, laborer, res 1468 Third 

Feeley Cormick, laborer, res 660 Harrison 

Feeman William, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 

Feeney Bridget, res 1122 Fifteenth ave 

Feeney John, laborer, res 958 Thirty -fifth 

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Feenev Joseph, shoemaker E Bernstein & Co, res Capitol 

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Feeney Lizzie Miss, res cor Cameron and Jackson 
Feeney Maggie Miss, res 958 Thirty-fifth 
Feeney Mary Miss, res cor Cameron and Jackson 
Feeney Michael, farmer, res cor Cameron and Jackson 
Feeney Owen, laborer, 967 Fifth 

Feeney Patrick, laborer, res cor Twenty-fourth and Chestnut 
Feeney Sarah Mrs, res 620 Chestnut 
Feeney Thomas, farmer, res cor Cameron and Jackson 
Feeney Thomas, tobacco stripper Fibush Bros, res NW cor 

Twenty-fourth and Chestnut 
Feeney Thomas, carpenter, res Twenty-second bet Filbert and 

Myrtle 
Feeny William, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res cor 

Twenty-fourth and Chestnut 
Feige Richard, furniture dealer, 1710 Seventh, res 1673 Taylor 
Feilhaber G August, malter Westerman & Co, res cor Fifth and 

Kirkham 
Felby Hattie Miss, employe Cal Cotton Mills, res 636 Filbert 
Feldkirschner J O, employe J Lusk Canning Co 
Felicite Danguy, expressman, res 218 Fifth 
Felix Brother, teacher St Patrick's School for Boys, res 1626 

Seward 
Felix Charles J, steward S P Co, res 1841 Myrtle 
Fell John, hostler Dashaway Stables, res 409 \ Twelfth 
Fell John, plasterer, res East Seventeenth bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth aves 
Fell Julia Miss, dressmaker, res cor East Seventeenth and Thir- 
teenth ave 
Fell Thomas, painter, res East Seventeenth bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth aves 
Felley Philomena H, patrolman, res 824 Seventeenth 
Fellows C F Miss, teacher Prescott School, res Blake House 
Fellows E C Mrs, res 870 Castro 
Fellows Nellie Miss, res 870 Castro 
Fellows Park, grain dealer, res 951 Myrtle 
Fellows Samuel S, bookkeeper. S F, res 1414 Filbert 
Felton Edward S, baggageman S P Co, res 1852 Division 
Felton John B Mrs, res 930 Adeline 
Felton Syaney J Miss, res 930 Adeline 
Felvey Hattie Miss, dressmaker, res 636 Filbert 
Feneran J J, grainer, 512 Seventh, res 833 Sixteenth 
Fennassy Thomas, gardener J Canning 

Fennessy John, Phoenix Saloon, 849 Broadway, res 664 Sixth 
Fennin Joseph, clerk Jacob Kornahrens, res Twenty-third bet 

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Fennon D, plumber and gasfitter O M Sanford, res 668 Twentv- 

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Fennon Edward J, clerk, res 668 Twenty-third 
Fennon Frank, butcher, res 668 Twenty-third 
Fennon Joseph J, clerk, res 668 Twenty-third 
Fennon J J, foreman Engine Co No 1, Oakland Fire Department 
Fennon Mary Mrs, res 668 Twenty-third 
Feno John F, brakeman S P Co, res 1813 William 
Fenton J R, carpenter S P Co, res cor Fulton and Derby, Berkeley 
Fenton William E, cashier Harmon & Sears, res S F 
Fereira D, deck hand steamer Transit, res 1317 Kirkham 
Ferera Anton, employe California Jute Mills 
Fergus Thomas W, carpenter, res 761 Campbell 
Fergusen Joseph, miller Samm & Co, res Webers Hotel 
Ferguson Agnes, domestic, res 1315 Grove 
Ferguson C H, brakeman S P Co, res 1067 Thirteenth ave 
Ferguson David, res 709 Castro 
Ferguson E B Mrs, res 1448 Chestnut 
Ferguson E Robina Miss, res 1315 Linden 
Ferguson Ernest M, clerk G B Daniels & Co, res 1156 Union 
Ferguson George H, surveyor, res 1100 East Twenty-third 
Ferguson James W, carpenter and joiner, res 1005 East Twenty- 
fourth 
Ferguson Joseph, miller Bay City Flouring Mills, res 269 Second 
Ferguson Joseph, engineer, res 1066 West Tenth 
Ferguson L Miss, dressmaker, Nucleus House 
Ferguson Mary Mrs, domestic, res 837 Brush, upstairs 
Ferguson M Frank, machinist, S F, res 1764 Atlantic 
Ferguson Robert, painter, res 709 Castro 

Ferguson Samuel W, mgr Southern California Land and Emigra- 
tion Co, S F, res 1014 Sixteenth 
Ferguson Theodore, mgr Salinger's, res Erie House, rm 5 
Ferguson Thomas, carpenter, res 1005 East Twenty-fourth 
Ferguson William A, res 1100 East Twenty-third 
Ferle Carrie Mrs, res 724 Myrtle 

Ferley Frank, teamster E M Derby & Co, res 814 East Fifteenth 
Ferley James, driver Oakland Transfer Co, res 814 East Fifteenth 
Ferley Patrick, drayman, res 814 East Fifteenth 
Ferm Nelson, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Fernald William H, watchman, S F, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shat- 

tuck 
Ferr Charles, laborer, res 953 Third 
Ferr William J, laborer, res 953 Third 
Ferrei Louis, quarryman, res Temescal 
Ferreira Joseph D, railroad laborer, res 1317 Kirkham 
Ferrer Dominic, quarryman, res Temescal 

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Ferrier Rose Miss, French teacher, res 523 Seventeenth 
Ferris D, painter William H Weilbye, res 1351 Broadway 
Ferris D N, laborer, res 836 Broadway 
Ferris Frank Mrs, res 1068 Broadway 
Ferris Jackson, coatmaker, 1530 West 
Ferris J B, employe S P Co, res Union Hotel 
Ferris John, gardener, res 1530 West 
Ferris M, employe California Jute Mills 
Ferris Richard, dairyman, res 630 Chestnut 
Ferris Samuel, painter Wm H W T eilbye, res 1218 Clay 
Ferris Samuel, painter, res 836 Broadway 
Ferris S M Miss, dressmaker, res 141 Qh San Pablo ave 
Ferris W L Mrs, res 667 Seventh, rear 
Ferry Ella Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1317 Jackson 
Ferry Samuel T, shirt cutter, res 1817 San Pablo ave 
Ferry Mollie Mrs, res 1859 West 
Ferrys M Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Fessenden G L Mr*, res 1079 Twelfth 
Fetterhoff Hiram, painter, res 586 Twenty-second 
Fetterman — , sewing machine agt, res 836 Broadway 
Fetthauer Henry, laborer, res s s Felton nr Paradise 
Fetzer Ferdinand, artesian well borer, res 617 Ninth 
Fey George P, candy maker, S F, res 1324 Fifch 
Fey John, cabinet maker, res 1729 Adeline 
Fibush Aaron (Fibush Brothers) res 558 Sixteenth 
FIBUSH BROTHERS (Aaron and Jacob Fibush) manufacturers 
and importers Havana and Domestic cigars, 1103 Broad- 
way, telephone No 245 
Fibush Jacob (Fibush Brothers) res 558 Sixteenth 
Fichenger Herman, farmer, res 1415 Twelfth ave 
Fichl Adolph, cook Webers Hotel 
Fick A Mrs, dry and fancy goods, 1761 Seventh 
Fick August, painter, res 1761 Seventh 
Fick Lizzie Miss, clerk Mrs A Fick, res 1761 Seventh 
Fidelity Lodge No 57, United Order of Honor, meets at Shattuck 

Hall, 453 Eighth 
Fieberling Peter (Schmidt & Fieberling) res 835 Franklin 
Fiedeman D W Miss, teacher, res 824 Myrtle 
Fiege Richard, upholsterer, res 1673 Taylor 
Fiege Z Henry, restaurant, Old Wharf, res 273 Sixth 
Field Arthur, Field's Biscuit Factory, S F, res 1408 Eighth 
Field Arthur Jr, Field's Biscuit Factory, S F, res 1408 Eighth 
Field Caroline H Miss, res 262 Thirteenth 
Field D W, salesman Oakland Fruit and Produce Co, 462 

Eleventh, res S F 
Field Henry K, general agt New England Mutual Life Insurance 

Co, S F, res cor Fifth ave and East Twenty-third 
Field L A Miss, res 262 Thirteenth 



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Field Lizzie, cook, 1033 Linden 

FIELD SEMINARY, home school for young ladies, 1825 Tele- 
graph ave 

Field Thomas W, special police, S F, res 1316 Eighth ave 

Field William A, machinist, res 1457 Myrtle 

Fielding Edward, major Salvation Army, res 1406 Thirteenth ave 

Fielding J C, conductor S P C, res 831 Harrison 

Fielding Tom, gardener, res end Fruit Vale ave 

Fields D 1 Mrs, propr Willson House, 1165 Washington 

Fields Frances Miss, dressmaker, res 560 Seventh 

Fields Joseph, candy maker, res Willson House 

Fields Joseph B, patrolman, res Willson House 

Fields Maretta S Miss, res 1316 Eighth ave 

Fields Mary L Mrs, res 1316 Eighth ave 

Fields Mary E Miss, milliner, res 560 Seventh 

Fields Minnie Miss, bookbinder, res 560 Seventh 

Fields Minnie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Fields R A, barber, res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty-sixth and 
Forty-seventh 

Fields Rosa Mrs, dressmaker, 560 Seventh 

Fierce Thomas, millwright Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 511 
Third 

FIFE WILLIAM C> hardwood lumber, carriage and wagon ma- 
terial, 563 and 565 Twelfth, res 678 Seventeenth 

Fifield William H, atty-at-law, S F, res 352 East Fourteenth 

FIFTH INFANTRY REGjMENT BAND N G C, J L Callaghan 

manager, 812 Franklin 
Figone John, vegetable peddler, res 622 Filbert 
Figrod Frank, employe California Jute Mills 
Figrod John, employe California Jute Mills 
Figrod L, employe California Jute Mills 
Figrod Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 
Figueredo Joaquin, coachman, res 1533 San Pablo ave 
Fike Nathan, junk dealer, S F, res 809 Peralta 
Filbert E, res Winters Hotel 

Filbert John, laborer, res Forty-seventh nr Shattuck 
Fillmore George W, conductor S P Co, res 1019 Chestnut 
Fillmore L, supt S P Co, res Market Street Block 
Fillmore Luther, general supt S P Co, res Market Street House 
Finch Arty B, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 1376 Franklin 
Finch Duncan B, capitalist, res 1263 Webster 
Finch Emma Miss, res 1376 Franklin 
Finch Ed S, with E G Buswell, res 1376 Franklin 
Finch Isaac B, artificial stonemaker, res 1076 East Fifteenth 
Finch Thomas E, liquors and cigars, 825 Broadway 
Finch William H, inspector Contra Costa Water Co, res 765 

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Finck S Mrs, res 1112 Linden 



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Fincke Henry, employe Stove Works, res cor Prospect and 

Wallsworth aves 
Findlay Katie Miss, res w s Telegraph ave nr Forty-second 
Findlay Nellie Mrs, res w s Telegraph ave nr Forty-second 
Fine Alfred, veterinary surgeon, res 827 Twenty-ninth 
Fine Andrew, physician Home for Adult Blind, res Clinton 

House 
Finegan Emma M Mrs, res 827 Fourteenth 
Finegan Thomas B, marble cutter Collins Marble Works, res 827 

Fourteenth 
Finely Charles J, salesman F J Edwards & Co, res 720 Twelfth 
Finigan J William, salesman Queen Shoe Store, res 1423 San 

Pablo ave 
Finigan P W, clerk S Eliaser, res 1223 San Pablo ave 
Fink Henry W, range expert E F Delger. res Wallsworth ave 
Fink L H, machinist, res 1463 Broadway 
Finkeldey Augusta Miss, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 653 

Grove 
Finkeldey Fred, sawyer Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res 653 Grove 
Finkeldey Henry, butcher William Nelle, res 544 Twenty-second 
Finkeldey Minnie Mrs, res 653 Grove 

Finkeldey William, teamster Fisher & Taylor, res 653 Grove 
Finlayson Catherine Mrs, res 1415 San Pablo ave 
Finley Fannie Miss, California Hosiery Co, res 1823 William 
Finley M Mrs, res 1823 William 
Finley Mattie Miss, dressmaker, res 1823 William 
Finley Waine, employe S P Co, res 1823 William 
Finn Patrick, laborer, res Winthrop House 
Finnegan John J, res 1506 Broadway 
Finney Charles, barber, res 2239 Adeline 
Finney G W Mrs, res 527 Twelfth 
Finney William H, carpenter, res 1156 Broadway 
Finnigan John, janitor Cole, Merriman & Son, 1506 Broadway 
Finnigan Maggie, housemaid I L Requa, Piedmont 
Finnigan Maggie Miss, waitress, res 1253 Broadway 
Finnigan M J, painter, 1311 Broadway, res 719 Nineteenth 
Fino John, conductor S P Co, res 1813 William 
Finucane John, tailor, res n s Forty-second bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Finucane W M, clerk, res 363J Twelfth 

Fiplit John, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 910 Eleventh 
Fire Association of Philadelphia, B B Laton agt, 468 Ninth 

FIRE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION OF LONDON H Griffin 

agent, 958 Broadway 

FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO, Scotchier & Gottshall 

agents, 1010 Broadwav 
Fireman's Insurance Co of Baltimore, H Griffin agt, 958 Broad- 
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Fireman's Insurance Co of Newark, N J, H Griffin agt, 958 
Broadway 

First Baptist Church, East Oakland, Rev Herndon Garnett pas- 
tor, NE cor Tenth ave and East Fourteenth 

First Baptist Church. Rev E H Gray D D pastor, SE cor Four- 
teenth and Brush 

First Congregational Church, Rev John Knox McLean D D 
pastor, cor Twelfth and Clay 

First Hebrew Congregation, Rev M 
Clay and Thirteenth 

First Methodist Episcopal Church, 
cor Fourteenth and Clav 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OAKLAND, VD Moody pres, J E 

Ruggles vice-pres, A D Thomson cashier, NE cor Tenth 

and Broadway 
First Presbyterian Church, Rev Francis A Horton D D pastor, 

cor Fourteenth and Franklin 
First Presbyterian Church, East Oakland. Rev E S Chapman 

D D pastor, NE cor Fifteenth ave and East Fourteenth 
First Scandinavian Baptist Church, Liberty Hall, 831 Brush 
First Universalist Church, Rev S Goodenough pastor, Hamilton 

Hall, cor Jefferson and Thirteenth 
Firth William B, carpenter, res n s Crawford nr San Pablo ave 
Fischer Adam J, carpenter, res 1846 Market 
Fischer's Bakery and Coffee Parlors, Julius Fischer propr, 866 

Washington 
Fischer Frank X (Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher) res 828 Myrtle 
Fischer Julius, propr Fischer's Bakery and Coffee Parlors, 866 

Washington 
Fish Arthur L, mgr Worthington pumps and machinery, S F, 

res 1058 Kirkham 
Fish E N, clerk, res 870 Peralta 
Fish George L (Phelan & Fish) res Everetts Block 
Fish Harriet A Mrs, res 1058 Kirkham 
Fish James H (J H Fish & Co, S F) res 918 Grove 
Fish Lucy H Miss, res 728 Eleventh 
Fish Milo H, res 854J Broadway 
Fish M W, physician, res 461 East Fourteenth 
Fish Theodore J, commission merchant, res 671 Tenth 
Fish Trueman D, merchant, 472 Eleventh, res Everetts House 
Fish William, printer Enquirer Office, res 371 Tenth 
Fish William H, printer Enquirer Office, res cor 

and Tenth 
Fisher — , res 1356 Fifteenth 

FISHER A A, (Fisher & Taylor) res Brooklyn, N Y 
Fisher Aaron D (Fisher & Morrison) res 1417 Eighth 
Fisher A C, salesman M J Keller, res Arlington House 
Fisher B P, carpenter, res 716 Twenty-ninth 



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Fisher Catherine B Mrs, teacher English language and literature 

Oakland High School, 926 Myrtle 
Fisher Charlotte Mrs, laundress, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-third 
Fisher E N Mrs, organist and music teacher, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher Erastus, printer, res 1013 Thirtieth 
Fisher Florence V Miss, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher F H, Dental College, S F, res 315 Fourteenth 
Fisher Frank L, compositor, res 870 Adeline 
Fisher Galen M, capitalist, res 904 Filbert 
Fisher George, saloon, 859 Washington 
Fisher George, restaurant, res Newland House 
Fisher George N, elevator boy Blake & Moffitt Building, res 312 

Third 
FISHER G W> manager Puget Sound Lumber Co, cor First and 

Washington, res 315 Fourteenth 
Fisher Grace W, music teacher, res 582 East Twelfth 
Fisher Gus A, upholsterer, res 1775 Lincoln 
Fisher Hattie Miss, dressmaker Mrs Davis, res 312 Third 
Fisher Henry, clerk F J Edwards & Co, res 565 Seventh 
Fisher Henry R, butcher Bay City Market, res 559 Seventh 
Fisher Herbert, plumber, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher John, saloon, 1851 San Pablo ave, res 1922 West 
Fisher John L, tailor Charles Baab, res 766 Sixth 
Fisher John W, nurseryman, res Temescal ave nr Telegraph ave 
Fisher Joseph Major, wood and coal, 1401 Broadway, res 1412 West 
Fisher Katherine B Mrs, teacher Oakland High School, res 926 

Myrtle 
Fisher Lillian A Miss, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher Louisa Miss, knitter, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-third 
Fisher Luther P, advertising agt, S F, res 926 Myrtle 
Fisher Michael, grocer, cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Fisher & Morrison (A D Fisher and W W Morrison) liquors, to- 
bacco and cigars, 1776 Seventh 
Fisher P M, county supt public schools, res 70 East Twelfth 
FISHER & TAYLOR (A A Fisher and J P Taylor) wood and 

coal dealers, yard foot of Franklin, office 455 Ninth 
Fisher William Mrs, restaurant at the Mole, res 510 Ninth 
Fisher William A, salesman, S F, res 926 Myrtle 
Fisk Leander, with T W Higginbotham, res 671 Adeline 
Fiske W H, carpenter S P Co, res I860 William 
Fitch Charles V, waiter Rooney & Jones, res 31 3 J Seventh 
Fitch Fred, waiter Rooney & Jones, res 766 East Twelfth 
Fitch George, teamster W S & O T Co, S F, res Seventh bet 

Webster and Harrison 
Fitch George W Rev, journalist, res 417 East Seventeenth 
Fitch G M, with Transfer Co, res 869 Washington 
Fitch H S, bookkeeper Crown Point Manufacturing Co. res 919 

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Fitch Miles W, artist, res 1054 Third 

FITCH OSCAR P> superintendent Whitney, Standard and Oakland 

Transfer Co, res 483 Plymouth ave 
Fitch Samuel S, shoemaker, res 417 East Seventeenth 
Fitch Wallace B, fruit grower, res 1273 San Pablo ave 
Fitch Walter S, shorthand reporter, res 796 Harrison 
Fitch Walter, boxmaker Eagle Box Factory, res 796 Harrison 
Fitch William, foreman Columbia Ranch, res 796 Harrison 
Fitch Zala E, pressman, res 796 Harrison 
Fittbogen P, cigars and tobacco, 1022 Broadway, res 1370 

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Fitz George L, tea merchant, res 2049 Market 
Fitzgerald Daniel L, shade upholsterer C Schreiber, res S F 
Fitzgerald David, laborer Taylor & Co, res 812 Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Edward J, salesman S Greenhood, res 812 Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Edward L, real estate, S F, res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald George, plumber, res 1250 Castro 
Fitzgerald J, employe California Jute Mills 
Fitzgerald Kate Miss, res 1515 Eighth 
Fitzgerald Kate Mrs, res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald M, helper S P Co, res 1250 Center 
Fitzgerald M, real estate and insurance, 970 Broadway 
Fitzgerald Maggie Miss, res 812 Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Maggie Miss, res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald Mary Miss, domestic, 518 William 
Fitzgerald Mary J Mrs, res 759 Fourth 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, res 1250 Center 
Fitzgerald May E Miss, res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald Michael, employe California Jute Mills 
Fitzgerald Michael, contractor, res 1515 Eighth 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, res 250 Haven 
Fitzgerald Richard, contractor, res 1515 Eighth 

FITZGERALD ROBERT M, attorney-at-law, 854J Broadway, 

res 313 Fourteenth 
Fitzgerald S, employe California Jute Mills 
Fitzmaurice John, gardener, 713 Fifteenth 
Fitzmaurice William, gardener, 713 Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick Edward, upholsterer, res 571 Tenth 
Fitzpatrick Edward C, employe United States Mint, res SW cor 

Grove and Fortieth 
Fitzpatrick LilJie Miss, knitter, 1359 Eighteenth 
Fitzpatrick Peter C, plasterer, res 1359 Eighteenth 
Fitzpatrick Timothy E, plasterer, res 1359 Eighteenth 
Fitzsimmons Henry, saloon, 366 Twelfth, res Webers Hotel 
Fitzsimmons Jolm, painter, res 366 Ninth 
Flack John, coachman, res 1302 Jackson 
Flagg O J, miner, res Tubbs Hotel 
Flagg William H, salesman D Samuels, S F, res 971 Pine 



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Flaharan William H, switchman S P Co, res 1670 William 

Flaherty B, service man Contra Costa Water Co, res 316 Third 

Flaherty James, grocer, 1532 Thirteenth ave, res same 

Flaherty John, laborer, res 1471 Fourteenth 

Flaherty Thomas, painter, res 1404 Eighteenth 

Flanagan Edward, printer, res 1427 Twelfth 

Flanagan I F, division road master S P Co, res 876 Wood 

Flandin Joseph, res 559 Charter 

Flanigan Christopher C, dairy, res 351 Prospect ave 

Flanigan Mary Miss, domestic, 923 Fifth ave 

Flannery James, hack driver, res 1381 Ninth 

Flannery John, baker R W Merrick, res Bartlett House 

Flannery Joseph, saloon, 879 Washington, res 518 Sixth 

Flannery Mary L Miss, dressmaker, res 961 Kirkham 

Flannigan C, pressman Tribune Publishing Co 

Flannigan Chris, stock clerk E F Delger 

Flannigan Molly Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res cor 

Fifteenth and Cypress 
Flarety Bart, plumber Oakland Water Co, res 316 Third 
Flaxman Sarah Miss, domestic, res 1227 Linden 
Fleck Adolph, hatter A Meyer, res 2315 Grove 
Fleck & Busse (Gustave Fleck and Christian C Busse) barbers, 

460 Twelfth 
Fleck Gustave (Fleck & Busse) res 2315 Grove 
Fleenor William T Rev, pastor San Pablo ave Baptist Church, 

res 724 Twenty-first 
Fleischhauer William C, barber, 1808 Seventh, res 1623 Taylor 
Fleming A J Mrs, res 304 Ninth 
Fleming David J, engineer, S F, res 811 Center 
Fleming David J Mrs, dressmaker, res 811 Center 
Fleming E, Borax Manufacturing Co, Alameda, res Tubbs Hotel 
Fleming J K (Wixom & Fleming) res 1765 Division 
Fleming John J, capitalist, res 1321 Twelfth ave 
Fleming John R, with Frank W Davies, res 304 Ninth 
Fleming J W, agricultural implements, 513 and 515 Fifth, res 

1950 Myrtle 
Fleming Louis, asst supt fire alarm and police telegraph, res 1366 

San Pablo ave 
Fleming Mary Mrs, res 1862 West 
Fleming Robert F, extraman Hook and Ladder No 1, res 1309 

Webster 
Fleming William, cabinet maker, res 483 Twenty-sixth 
Fleming William B, painter N P Kuss, res 164 Sixth 
Fleming William D, mariner, res 1529 Ninth ave 
Flemming James, laborer, res 1862 West 
Flemming Louis E, asst fire alarm and police telegraph, res 1366 

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Flemming R F, mgr Sunset Telephone Telegraph Co, res 61 Valley 



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Flemming William, cabinet maker, res 483 Twenty-sixth 

Flescher Alfred, plumber, res 1623 Taylor 

Flescher Nellie, music teacher, res 1623 Taylor 

Flescher William, barber, res 1623 Taylor 

Fletcher Alden, res 1417 Adeline 

Fletcher Charles H, commercial traveler, res 858 Castro 

Fletcher Frank, res 1417 Adeline 

Fletcher George W, solicitor, res 1212 Thirteenth ave 

Fletcher Hugh, grocer, 1849 San Pablo ave, res 1807 Myrtle 

Fletcher Isaac, wagon maker Oakland Planing Mills, res 489 

Twenty-fifth 
Fletcher John, painter, res 1354 Sixteenth 
FLETCHER L D CAPT na .y> grain and feed, wood and coal, 

608 and 610 East Twelfth, res 1361 Eleventh ave 
Fletcher Lucy Miss, stenographer, res 1417 Adeline 
Fletcher M, oiler steamer Oakland, res 727 Lewis 
Fletcher Mary Miss, res 1417 Adeline 
Fletcher M S, fireman S P Co, res 767 Lewis 
Fletcher Thomas H, grainer, res 852 Jefferson 
Fletcher W F, sergeant police force, res 1312 Telegraph ave 
Fletcher William, clerk, 927 Broadway 
Flick Allen, carpenter and builder, res 612 \ East Twelfth 
Flick George W, contractor and builder, res 41 6 East Sixteenth 
Flinn Margaret Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Flint Alice M Miss, res 521 Thirteenth 
Flint A P Mrs, res Glen Echo off Piedmont ave 
Flint Benjamin Mrs, res 574 Sycamore 
Flint B S (Knight, Campbell & Co) res S F 
Flint Edward D (Taylor & Flint, S F) res 521 Thirteenth 
Flint Elijah T, salesman California Hosiery Co, res 1269 Castro 
FLINT GEORGE B, druggist, HOI Broadway, res 629 Fourteenth 
Flint George M, res 521 Thirteenth 
Flint Helen P Miss, res 521 Thirteenth 
Flint H L, sec Merriman Manufacturing Co, res Glen Echo off 

Piedmont ave 
Flint James P, salesman, res 1269 Castro 
Flint Jane H Mrs, res 1070 Sixteenth 
Flint Levi, bootmaker, 1754 Seventh, res 1718 Eighth 
Flint Samuel (Flint & Zimmerman) res 1718 Eighth 
FLINT & ZIMMERMAN (Samuel Flint and Frank S Zimmerman) 

wood and coal, 413 Eleventh 
Flood George, blacksmith P H McGrew, res 666J East Fifteenth 
Flood Isaac, kalsominer and paper hanger, res 666?, East Fifteenth 
Flood Isabella Mrs, res 1202 West 
Flood Robert, stone cutter, res 1202 West 
Flood Theodore M, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 666 East 

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Flood Thomas, laborer, res 714 Linden 



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Flora Aaron M, printer Fonda & Co, res 1651 Myrtle 

Flora Albert, City Pound, res 1641 Myrtle 

Flora Bert, clerk Conradi & Moss, res 1651 Myrtle 

Flora E H, house mover, res 1651 Myrtle 

Flora M R, carpenter, res 1624 Myrtle 

Flora M R Jr, house mover, res 1624 Myrtle 

Flores Carmen Mrs, res 834 Seventeenth 

Fiossman B, gardener James Hutchison, res Piedmont Branch 

Nursery 
Floud John W, oiler San Bias, res 1420 Filbert 
Floud Susie, dressmaker, res 1420 Filbert 
Flower Fronk, employe S P Co, res 822 Union 
Flughl Rodolph, tailor, res Nucleus House 
Fluke Herman, cabinet maker, res 510 Eighth 
Flynn Andrew Mrs, groceries, 1601 Myrtle 
Flynn Charles C, ship builder, res 855 Ba}' 
Flynn Cornelius, with Edmond Flynn, res 1600 Seventh 
Flynn Edmond, wines and liquors, 1600 Seventh, res 857 Peralta 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith S P Co, res 1862 William 
Flynn James, upholsterer McGovern & Cahill, res 824 Lydia 
Flynn James F, scowman S P Co, res 885 Bay 
Flynn John S, house painter, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Flynn Maggie, res 824 Lydia 

Flynn Maurice J, house painter, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Flynn May Miss, sewer McGovern & Cahill, res 824 Lydia 
Flynn Patrick, wood and coal, 1459 Seventh, res 1461 Seventh 
Flynn P J, clerk J A Joyce, res Galindo Hotel 
Flynn Rosa Mrs, res 709 Adeline 
Flynn Timothy, carpenter, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Flynn Timothy J, plasterer, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Flynn William H, foundry helper, S F, res 718 Center 
Foallrath William A, horseshoer M Ryan, res 660 East Twelfth 
Focacci Franklin, res 657 Myrtle 

Focacci Jilly, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 653 Myrtle 
Focacci Lena, finisher, res 653 Myrtle 

Focacci Louis, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 653 Myrtle 
Foesten Hermann, laborer Oakland Pickle Factory, res 1789 

Grove 
Fogarty James, salesman E J Murphy, res Fruit Vale ave, Fruit 

Vale 
Fogarty Matthew, night watchman, res 1312 Market 
Fogarty Richard, painter, res 654 Clay 
Fogarty William, quarry man Alameda Macadamizing Co 
Fogert} 7 Annie Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Fogerty E, steward Tubbs Hotel 

Fogerty James, merchant, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Fogerty Jennie Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Fogerty Marie Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 



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Fogerty William, student, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Fogg Ellen Mrs,, res 1636 Myrtle 
Fogg George E, civil engineer, 1471 Broadway 
Fogg George H, real estate, 1471 Broadway, res 1638 Telegraph 

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Fogg George J, carpenter S P Co, res 527 Thirty-sixth 
Fogg James L, district supt agencies Connecticut Mutual Life 

Insurance Co, S F, res 770 Thirteenth 
Fogg Joseph S, carpenter, res 813 Market 
Folcia Joseph, produce dealer, 572 Seventh 
Foler J H, apprentice Tribune Publishing Co, res San Leandro 
Foley James J, res 1023 Peralta 
Foley John, engineer S P Co, res 620 Chestnut 
Foley .John, laborer S P Co, res Shell Mound Station 
Foley John, gardener, 1839 San Pablo ave 
Foley John, teamster Renton Coal Co, res 666 Twenty-seventh 
Foley John G, furniture salesman, S F, res 1019 Willow 
Foley Michael, laborer, res 1171 Third 
Foley Thomas, laborer, res 623 Chestnut 
Foley Thomas, fireman S P Co, res 620 Chestnut 
Foley Timothy, laborer S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 
Folger A S, bookkeeper, S F, res 1362 Eighth 
Folger C D, res 1308 Webster 
Folger C D Mrs, res 1308 Webster 
Folger Elizabeth Miss, res 1308 Jackson 
Folger Frank, res 915 Webster 

Folger James A (J A Folger & Co, S F) res 1308 Jackson 
Folger James A Jr, clerk, S F, res 1308 Jackson 
Folger L B Miss, res 1308 Jackson 

Folkers J H A, dental instruments, S F, res 915 Myrtle 
Follrath Adam, blacksmith, res 1060 Thirteenth ave 
Follrath James, helper P H McGrew, res 1221 Thirteenth ave 
Follrath W A, horseshoer, res 671 East Twelfth 
Follrath William L, horseshoer, res 671 East Twelfth 
Folsom George H, stock broker, S F, res 957 Grove 
Folsome May E Miss, res 563 Fourteenth 
Folte Gustave, asst teller German Savings Bank, S F, res 619 

Ninth 
Fond Louise Miss, domestic, res cor East Twenty-seventh and 

Nineteenth ave 
Fonda & Co, printers, SE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Fonda George H, engineer, res 1772 Goss 
Fonda Jesse, printer, res 1772 Goss 
Fonda Peter, seaman, res 124 Ettie 
Fonda P W (Fonda & Co) res 1772 Goss 
Fones John H, carpenter, res 653 Seventh 



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Fontaine C Mrs, dressmaker, 558 Seventh 

Fontaine Celeste, baker Marcel Longe, res 558 Seventh 

Fontaine Pierre, wine and liquor dealer, 1453 San Pablo ave 

Fontaine Walter L, surveyor, res 1742 Linden 

Fontainebleau Garden, Arthur Marshall propr, cor Twenty-sixth 
ave and East Fourteenth 

Fonte Antonio, gen mdse, 800 East Twelfth, res 1021 Twenty - 
second 

Fonte Eveline Miss, employe Jute Mills, res cor Adeline and Hep- 
burn 

Fonte George, tanner, res 1029 East Twenty-second 

Fonte Joseph, laborer, res 1025 East Twenty-second 

Fonte Joseph R, laborer, res cor Adeline and Hepburn 

Fonte Joseph T, clerk A Fonte, res 1021 Sixteenth ave 

Fonte Manuel, employe California Jute Mills, res cor Adeline and 
Hepburn 

Fonte Rosa Miss, res 1025 East Twenty -second 

Fontes A S, shoemaker, 273 B 

Foor Alice Mrs, dressmaker, res 1465 Curtis 

Foote Bessie Miss, res 970 West 

Foote Henry S, commissioner Supreme Court and atty-at-law, S 
F, res 970 West 

Foote M S, laborer S P Co, res East Oakland 

Foote William W, atty-at-law, res 1154 Brush 

Forbes C M, traveling agt, res 854 Brush 

Forbes John, salesman Bruning Bros, res Henry 

Forbes John C, res 1705 Eighth 

Forbes Maggie, employe California Cotton Mills 

Forbes Robert, gardener, res 1568 Webster 

Force Edward, carpenter, res n s Forty-fifth nr Adeline 

Force Edward E, helper S P Co, res Forty-fifth bet San Pablo 
ave and Adeline 

Force S B, bookkeeper Alameda County Branch Home Mutual 
Insurance Co, res S F 

Ford Alvin, farmer, res w s Park ave nr Alameda ave 

Ford Archibald, mechanic, res n s Sutter nr San Pablo ave 

Ford C M Miss, res County Road junction Julia 

Ford Daniel R (Reed & Miller) res 626 Ninth 

Ford Ella J Miss, res 923 Fifth ave 

Ford George, milkman, res 913 Twenty-eighth 

Ford Jerome B, lumber merchant, res 923 Fifth ave 

Ford J T, inventor, res County Road junction Julia 

Ford Kate M Mrs, res 765 Grove 

Ford L B Miss, res County Road junction Julia 

Ford Lillie Miss, res n s Sutter nr San Pablo ave 

Ford Louisa Miss, milliner Mrs S Silberberg, res 913 Twenty- 
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Ford Nettie Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 1018 Twelfth 



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Ford Thomas J, railroad postal clerk, res 1374 Eleventh 

Ford Thomas W, shoemaker, res 740 Chester 

Ford William, laborer, res Winthrop House 

Fording Howard, civil engineer, res 1112 Wood 

Fording I M Mrs, res 1112 Wood 

Fordman Frederick, carpenter, res 834 Cedar 

Foreman John H, blacksmith Huber & Lawton, res 1099 Third 

Foreman Maggie Miss, res 1302 Franklin' 

Forest Sterling, cook W CTU, res 260 Fourth 

Foresters, companions of the Forest meets at Odd Fellows' Hall 

Forgie Hugh, cutter Jacob Letter, res 367 Durant 

FORGIE JOHN, fine tailoring, 304 Stockton opp Union Club 
Building, S F, res 367 Durant 

Forgie Mary Miss, res 567 Fourteenth 

Forkne John M, expressman, cor Seventh and Broadway, res 
2045 Filbert 

Forney R L, caipenter, res 231 Helen 

Forrest — , res 263 East Eighteenth 

Forrest Curtis T, capitalist, res 1841 Webster 

Forrest John, repairer S P Co, res East Eighteenth bet Fifth and 
Sixth aves 

Forrest Sterling P, cook, res 260 Fourth 

Forrester Edwin H, res 1462 Eighth 

Forrester Mary Miss, domestic, 1220 Sixth ave 

Forssi Marie, domestic, 855 Alice 

Forster Mrs, boxmaker Oakland Paper Box Factory 

Forster Arthur, sexton St John's Episcopal Church, res 329 Third 

Forster Emma Mrs, res 329 Third 

Forster J H Mrs, res Booth bet Broadway and Piedmont ave 

Forster Michael, actor, res 1664 Atlantic 

Forster's Wharf, foot of Franklin 

Forsting Lester VV, variety store, res 1100 Market 

Forstner Belle Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 462 Third 

Forstner Fred, butcher, res 462 Third 

Forstner John, engineer F Mann, res 462 Third 

Forstner J Oscar, turner Johnson & Co, res 462 Third 

Forsythe M B Mrs, dressmaker, res 1214 Thirteenth ave 

Forthman O C, ship carpenter S P Co 

Fortin Damien E, foreman V L Fortin & Co, res 566 Nineteenth 

F0RTIN V L> lime, lath, cement, plaster, sand, fire-clay, common, 
pressed and fire brick and contractor for brick work, office 
and warehouse cor Washington and Third, res o6Q Nineteenth 

Fortman Richard, ship carpenter, res Bay bet William and Sev- 
enth 

Fortunato Pezzolo, bootblack, 455 Seventh, res 658 Myrtle 

Fortune Grace Miss, teacher piano, res 1003 Clay 

Fosgate Louise Miss, music teacher, res 1922 San Pablo ave 



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Foshette Martin, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Fossard Amable, capitalist, res 1120 Peralta 

Poster Mrs, res 522 East Twenty-fourth 

Foster Alfred, gardener, res 2041 Linden 

Foster Anthony, laborer Risdon Iron Works, S F, res 1568 

Twenty-first ave 
Foster Bertha V Miss, res 1622 Taylor 
Foster C A, commercial traveler, res Tubbs Hotel 
Foster C A Capt, custom house inspector, S F, res 1622 Taylor 
Foster C F, brakeman S P Co, res 1659 William 
Foster Charles M, machinist S P Co, res 1729 William 
Foster Edward H, cook A Campbell, res 1011 Franklin 
Foster Emma L Mrs, res 522 East Twenty-fourth 
Foster F C, teacher Greek and literature Hopkins Academy, res 

482 Edwards 
Foster H C Mrs, bds 1012 Jefferson 
Foster H E, engineer S P Co, res 1729 William 
Foster I L, machinist S P Co and fireman Phoenix Engine, res 

1924 Filbert 
Foster John, mill hand Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1906 San 

Pablo ave 
Foster John, employe S P Co, res 821 Henry 
Foster John Jr, wood worker, res 1906 San Pablo ave 
Foster John A, carpenter, res 1924 Filbert 
Foster John R, employe S P Co, res 821 Henry 
Foster Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 1872 Division 
Foster Lizzie Mrs, domestic, res 1054 Fourteenth 
Foster Michael, actor, res 1664 Atlantic 
Foster Moses G, miner, res 960 Castro 
Foster R H Mrs, lodgings, res 405 Seventh 
Foster Wiiliam W, clerk S P Co, res 938 Peralta 
Foster W W, watchman S P Co, res 914 Henry 
Fostner Fred, butcher, res 462 Third 
Fostner Oscar, wood turner, res 462 Third 
Foubert Eugene, jeweler, S F, res Temescal nr Telegraph ave 
F<>ucault Victor M, real estate, res 518 Twenty-second 
Fouch Frank, employe S P Co, res 1557 Third 
Foulk George H, with T W Higginbotham, res 1152 Seventh 
FOUL KES JAMES F, physician, 969 Broadway, rms 48 and 49, 

res 571 Twelfth 
Foulkes Thomas D, saloon, 2149 Telegraph, res NE cor Ruby 

and Moss ave 
Foulkes W H, clerk Sun Insurance Co, S F, res 571 Twelfth 
Foulks — , res Lester House 
Fountain Belle Mrs, domestic, 1509 Broadway 
Fountain Lida Miss, saleslady N Laymance, res 807 Brush 
Fountain Lodge No 193, Independent Order Good Templars, 

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Fountain Matilda Miss, res 807 Brush 

Fountain Nettie Miss, res 416 Birnie 

Fountain Selma Miss, res 416 Birnie 

Fountain W H Capt, res 807 Brush 

Four Mile House, William F Kline propr, San Leandro Road 

Fourboldt Christian, sailor, res 96(5 Third 

Fourteenth Street Car Stable, NW cor Center and Fourteenth 

Fourteenth Street Railroad Co, Walter Blair pres, office 522 

Fourteenth 
Foute Annie Miss, res 1114 Sixteenth ave 
Foute Manuel, employe California Jute Mills 
Foute Mary Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Foute M E Miss, res 1114 Sixteenth ave 
Fonts Charles, tanner C Lehn, res 919 East Twelfth 
Fonts Samuel Henry, laborer, res 479 East Tenth 
Fowle John A, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 309 Third 
Fowler Annie, domestic, 633 Fourteenth 

Fowler D T, principal Prescott School, res 1416* San Pablo ave 
FOWLER GEORGE H, apothecary, 1129 Thirteenth ave 
Fowler George H Jr, musician, res 629 East Fourteenth 
Fowler James H, engineer California Jute Mills, res 313 Seventh 
Fowler Jefferson, cigar dealer, S F, res 1063 Tenth ave 
Fowler John T, capitalist, res e s College ave nr Claremont ave 
Fowler Lizzie F Mrs, teacher Durant School, res 141 6 J San Pablo 

ave 
Fowler Nellie E Miss, res 1063 Tenth ave 
Fowier Prentiss U, bookkeeper, S F, res 715 Sixteenth 
Fowler S A Mrs, res 560 Twenty-fourth 
Fowler Weslev Mrs, res 715 Sixteenth 
Fowler William F, musician, bds 690 Market 
Fowler William W T , res 702 Tenth 

Fox Albert S, student College of Pharmacy, res 609 Seventeenth 
Fox Anna Miss, bookkeeper Taft & Pennoyer, res Alameda 
Fox Annie E Miss, res Hotel Merritt 

FOX CHARLES N, attorney-at-law, S F, res 1057 Market 
Fox Edw H, driver Cape Ann Bakery, res 708 Nineteenth 
Fox Edson H, clerk Cape Ann Bakery, res 708 Nineteenth 
Fox Emma A Miss, teacher, res 708 Nineteenth 
Fox George B, clerk Fox & Kellogg, res 963 Chester 
Fox George W, atty-at-law, S F, res 1535 Webster 
Fox Henry G, res 967 Fourth ave 
Fox H F Mrs, dressmaker, res 854 Adeline 
Fox Ida N, branch bakery, res 1261 San Pablo ave 
Fox Ida Miss, res 1057 Market 
Fox J E Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 708 Nineteenth 
Fox John S, janitor Cole School, res 261 Twelfth 
Fox Joseph, painter, res Park nr Ettie 
Fox Joseph, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 908 Third 



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Fox Lawrence, plumber, 1261 San Pablo ave 

Fox L E Mrs, res 1409 Franklin 

Fox Mary Miss, res 572 Tenth 

Fox Michael, res Park nr Ettie 

Fox Michael Jr, glazier, res Park nr Ettie 

Fox Robert O, master mariner, res 1416 Eleventh 

Fox W F, cleaner S P Co, res 854 Adeline 

Fox William B, vineyardist, res 967 Fourth ave 

Foy Annie V Miss, res 1443 Seventh 

Foy Catherine Mrs, res 908 East Sixteenth 

Foy Charles, fireman S P Co, res 908 East Sixteenth 

Foy Martin, res 1014 Ninth ave 

Foy Mollie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res*1217*Cy- 

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Foye Birdie A, res 369 East Seventeenth 
Foye Fred, clerk Smallman & Co, res 568 East Fourteenth 
Foye Martin, section foreman S P Co, res 1014 Ninth ave,JEast 

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Foye William H Sr, supt Pacific Agricultural Co, res 369 East 

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Foye William H Jr, compositor East Oakland News, res 369 East 

Seventeenth 
Frae Rosa, housekeeper, res 822 Linden 
Fraeser Fred, yardmaster S P Co, res 821 Market 
Frages Freeman, deck hand Oakland ferry boats, res 416 Third 
France Henry W, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1039 Linden 
France J K, physician, 1039 Linden 
France Louis N, clerk S P Co, res 1039 Linden 
France Robert L, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1039 Linden 
Frances Manuel, laborer, res 1079 Twenty-second ave 
Frances Manuel, mariner, res 218 Helen 
Frances R C, barber, 469 Ninth 
Francis Albert, laborer, res Areata House 
Francis Annie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Francis Emilie, employe California Cotton Mills, res Helen nr 

Fourth 
Francis Frank, grocer J E Rafael, res 1847 Grove 
Francis Fred, res 1016 West 

Francis George G, commission merchant, S F, res 1227 Third ave 
Francis Henry L, merchant, S F, res 914 Peralta 
Francis John W, painter L & R Francis, res 822 Twenty-second 
Francis Joseph, laborer, res Watts Tract 
Francis Joseph T, carpenter, res 1640 Myrtle 
Francis Loftus ( L & R Francis) res 822 Twenty-second 
Francis L & R (Robert and Loftus) painters, 822 Twenty-second 
Francis M, employe California Jute Mills 
Francis Robert (L & R Francis) res 822 Twenty-second 
Francis S Mrs, res 1016 West 



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Francisco Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Francisco Abrao, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 1009 East 
Twenty-second 

Francisco Daniel, res cor Thirty ninth and Grove, Temescal 

Franck Charles, agt P B lager beer, res 820 Magnolia 

Frank Cathrena Mrs, res w s Nineteenth ave bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth 

Frank Charles, gardener, opp Lake Merritt 

Frank Charles, stove fixer, 421 and 423 Sixth 

Frank Clem, brakeman S P Co, res 454 East Eleventh 

Frank Clemens, repairer S P Co, res 1824 William 

Frank Fred, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Frank Manuel, laborer, res w s Nineteenth ave bet East Four- 
teenth and East Fifteenth 

Frank Theodore, carriages and carriage trimmer, 373 Tenth, res 
NW cor Thirteenth and Washington 

Franke George, employe S P Co, res 1824 William 

Franke, Lewis & Co (Rudolph Franke, William Lewis and Mar- 
cus Harris) Oakland Pickle Factory and Vinegar Works, 
1622 Grove 

Franke Rudolph (Franke, Lewis & Co) res 1789 Grove 

Franke Theresa, res 1824 William 

Franklin Albert, porter Pacific Mail Steamship Co, S F, res 813 
. Center 

Franklin Max J (George Greens weig & Co) res 1311 San Pablo ave 

Franklin School, J H Sumner principal, Tenth ave bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Frantz J M (Burrell & Frantz) res 1670 Valdez 

Franz Clara S Miss, res 1102 Myrtle 

Franz Max, steward, res Kelsey House 

Fraser David M, carpenter, res 1422 Linden 

Fraser Hugh, carriage maker, res 963 Castro 

Fraser Hugh W, atty-at-law, res 316 East Tenth 

Fraser Isabella R Mrs, commission agt, 232 Twelfth 

Fraser James, teacher, res 372 East Eleventh 

Fraser Julia Miss, res 916 Myrtle 

Fraser Malcomb. res 232 Twelfth 

Fraser Samuel W, carpenter, bds 305 Third 

Fraser Thomas Rev, clergyman (Presbyterian) res 916 Myrtle 

Fraser Thomas T, insurance, S F, res 316 East Tenth 

Fraser Walter H, student University of California, res 305 Third 

Fraser William G, salesman Stevenson & Longwell, S F, res 316 
East Tenth 

Frasier Alice Mrs, dressmaker, res 1361 Tenth 

Fratas Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 236 Harlan 

Fraternity Hall, Eiben & Nor proprs, NE cor Seventh and Peralta 

F raters George, blacksmith, res San Leandro Road 

Frates A L Mrs, res 226 Hollis 



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Prates Anton, foreman S P Co, res 121 Hollis 

Frates Frank, laborer, res 451 B 

Frates Frank, conductor S P Co, res 121 Hollis 

F rates Joseph, laborer, res 864 East Twenty-first 

Frates Joseph, laborer, res 668 East Sixteenth 

Frates Joseph A, cabinet maker, res 236 Harlan 

Frates Joseph A, operator and agt D & R G R R, res 121 Hollis 

Frates Lawrence J, deck hand Sacramento boat, res 864 East 
Twenty-first 

Frates Mateo, laborer, res 218 Hollis 

Fratis Mary Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Fratus Sabina, laborer, res 416 Third 

Frauneder Leopold, machinist and mfr ornamental iron works, 
411 Tenth, res 1462 Telegraph ave 

Fraynor Timothy, employe Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 
571 Third 

Frazer D Y, switchman S P Co, res 821 Market 

Frazer Hugh, carriage making and blacksmithing, 1008 Franklin, 
res 963 Castro 

Frazer Robert, ship carpenter, res 1102 Wood 

Freas John, employe S P Co, res 1603 Third 

Fredenburg J (Michigan Furniture Co) res 868 Twentieth 

FREDERICK & ARTH (Jacob Frederick and George V Arth) 
proprietors Oakland Carriage Manufactory, SE cor Webster 
and Tenth 

Frederick Jacob (Frederick & Arth) res 569 Sixteenth 

Frederick John H, conductor S P Co, res 933 Peralta 

Frederick Leonard, mining, res 1076 East Twenty-fourth 

Frederick Louis F, painter, 325 Tenth, res 356 Tenth 

Fredericks Jacob M, fireman S P Co, res West Oakland House 

Fredericksburg Lager Beer, F W Stromberg agt, 372 Eleventh 

Fredericksen William, captain steamer Transit, res 516 East Six- 
teenth 

FREDRIKSON J G (Frodrikson & Mann^ res 20 Maple 

FREDRIKSON & MANN (J G Fredrikson and William Mann) 
planing mill, 515 Fourth 

Free Baptist Church, SE cor Twenty-first and Brush 

Free Henry, bartender, res 857 Peralta 

Free Kindergarten, Miss Abbie Houseman teacher, 659J Broad- 
way 

Free Library and Free Reading Rooms of Oakland, S H Melvin 
pres, J A McKinnon sec, Ina D Coolbrith librarian, Four- 
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Freeman A A Mrs, res 1270 Kirkham 

Freeman A G, commission merchant, S F, res 1137 Linden 

Freeman Charles, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 

Freeman C J Mrs, res 1467 San Pablo ave 

Freeman C M Miss, physician, res 1467 San Pablo ave 

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Freeman W, printer, S F, res 1724 Lincoln 

Freeman D S, special agt California Insurance Co, 970 Broadway, 

res 1001 Center 
Freeman Eliza, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 
Freeman E M Capt, port agt pilot, S F, res 1019 Linden 
Freeman James E, civil engineer, S F, res 564 Eleventh 
Freeman Laura Miss, res 1467 San Pablo ave 
Freeman Magnus, tailor, S F, res 22 Maple 
Freeman Mary Mrs, grocer, res 1270 Kirkham 
Freeman Nettie B Miss, teacher, res 564 Eleventh 
Freeman S P Mrs, res 564 Eleventh 

Freeman Thomas, salesman Max Greenhood, res 1017 Broadway 
Freeman William, res 1621 Thirteenth ave 
Free Market, e s Clay bet Fourth and Fifth 
Freese L Mrs, physician, res 906 Broadway 
Freese William, clerk J Tillman, res 809 Jackson 
Free Will Baptist Church, cor Twenty-first and Brush 
Freeze Louis, dish washer Alta House 
Freid Bella Miss, domestic, 813 Franklin 

Freidman L, boots and shoes, 919 Broadway, res 226 Twelfth 
Freils Dedrich G, wharf man S P Co, res 1617 Fifteenth 
Freitas John S, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co • 

Freling Elise, dressmaker, res 539 Nineteenth 
French Agnes Miss, res 1664 Broadway 
French Alice Miss, res NW cor Thirty -seventh and Market 
French Annie T Miss, res 1405 Brush 
French Asa T, engineer S P Co, res 815 Jackson 
French Charles W, druggist, 975 Washington 
French Earl B, contractor, res 1664 Broadway 
French Florence J, res 1244 Adeline 
French H, clerk Petar & Dresco 
French A Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 854 Adeline 
French H Robert, bookkeeper, res 2234 Andover 
French Jane Mrs, res 723 Linden 
French John D, mfg agt, S F, res 1244 Adeline 
French John L, dry goods and groceries, cor San Pablo and 

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FRENCH LAUNDRY, Peter Calou proprietor, 690 Twenty-ninth 
French Louisa Miss, res 723 Linden 
French Mary E Miss, dressmaker, res 723 Linden 
French William, S F, res 867 Peralta 
Frese John L, res 1870 Seventh 
Frese L Mrs, res 906 Broadway, rms 13 and 14 
Freuler John, bookkeeper, S F, res NE cor Mono ave and McCall 
Freuler Mary, servant, 1160 Eighth 
Frevoy D S, carpenter S P Co 
Frey Gustavus J, asphaltum roofer, res 1415 Tenth 
Frey John, jeweler, 1768 Seventh, res 947 Wood 




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Frey Julius, architect, res 651 Myrtle 

Frick Edward, res 1053 Ninth ave 

Frick Emile, engineer S P Co, res 1053 Ninth ave 

Frick G W, farmer, res 668 Thirty-fourth 

Fricksted T T Rev, res 666 Tenth 

Fricot E J Mrs, res 1426J San Pablo ave 

Fricot May Miss, res 1426 J San Pablo ave 

Fried Moses, clerk A Peres, res Bushell House 

Friedbtrg Elias, compositor, S F, res s s Forty-fourth nr Tele- 
graph ave 

Friedman Alfred, glovemaker, res 325 Ninth 

Friedman D, peddler, res 360 Second 

Friedman D, peddler, res 360 Fourth 
riedman Louis, Arcade Boot and Shoe Store, 919 Broadway, res 
226 Twelfth 

Friend Deidama Mrs, res 846 Seventeenth 

Friend W, grocer, res 1310 Market 

Friend William N, collector, res 971 West 

Friend William H, cashier Sun Insurance Co, S F, res 971 West 

Frierson W J, farmer, res 1530 Broadway 

Fries Hat tie C Miss, stenographer and type writer, res 577 Eighth 

Fries Robert G, draughtsman William H Weilbye, res 577 Eighth 

Frink Ledyard, capitalist, res 1220 Grove 

Frisbie C E, electrotyper Pacific Press, res 725 Eleventh 

Frisby David, house cleaner, res 1654 Telegraph ave 

Fritz Charley, house painter P N Kuss, res 409 Thirteenth 

Fritz John Silver, laborer, res 960 East Twentieth 

Fritzoe Martias, laborer, res 113 Hannah 

Fritzschen Herman B, saloon, S F, res NW cor Sixteenth and 
Peralta 

Frivolett Barney, bootblack, S F, res 1642 Union 

Frodahl Annie, domestic Edson Adams 

Froebel. Kindergarten, Mrs L A Balch principal, 1316 Adeline 

Frohn Gertrude Miss, saleslady, 908 Broadway, res 271 Eighth 

Frome Augustus, longshoreman, S F, res 865 Cedar 

Fronk George M, coroner, res Willson House 

Fronk George, cleaner S P Co, res 1824 William 

Frontier P, lapidary, S F, res 763 Webster 

Frost Andrew, farmer, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 

Frost Andrew N, carpenter, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 

Frost B P Mrs, canvasser, res 508J Fifteenth 

Frost C S, carpenter, res 1523 Eighth ave 

Frost E P Miss, res 508i Fifteenth 

Frost J W, S F, res Blake House 

Frost M, night engineer Samm & Co, res West Oakland 

Frost Maria Mrs, res Clinton House 

Frost Martha F Mrs, res Clinton House 

Frost Peter, lumberman, res 362 Third 



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Frost R N Mis, res cor Brooklyn and Watson ave 

Frost W E, carpenter S P Co, res 872 Henry 

Frost William H, fuel agt Narrow Gauge Railroad, res 1519 

Eighth ave 
Frost William I, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 509 

East Fourteenth 
Fruit and Flower Mission, Miss Eva Lukins treas, 1375 Broadway 
Fruit Vale Hospital, Dr P W Poulson propr, cor Fruit Yale ave 

and Lynde 
Fruit Vale Villa, John C Kennedy propr, Fruit Vale ave nr East 

Fourteenth 
Frukana George, gardener, res 802 AJice 
Fry F W, atty-at-law, 906 Broadway, res 1744 Linden 
Fry Henry, carriage mfr, 1362 San Pablo ave, red 1744 Linden 
Fry Willis B, mgr Singer Manufacturing Co, S F, res 513 

Nineteenth 
Frye Jesse, carpenter, res 710 Webster 
Fryer John A, capitalist, res Julia nr East Sixteenth 
Fuairholt S, laborer Oregon Improvement Co, res Filbert nr Third 
Fucha Bertha Miss, music teacher, res 462 Twelfth 
Fuchs August, with Philip Fuchs, res 1167 Center 
Fuchs Philip, wood and coal, 1165 and 1167 Center 
Fugel Hugo, bartender C H Kucks & Co, res 1307 Jefferson 
Fuller A A, with W A Rouse & Co, res 488 Twenty-fifth 
Fuller Amos L, teacher, res 416 East Fifteenth 
Fuller Benjamin. B, res 1833 Linden 
Fuller Charles H, laborer S P Co, res 762 Alice 
Fuller Emerson, canvasser A L Bancroft & Co, res 416 East Fif- 
teenth 
Fuller Flora Miss, res 1060 Third ave 
Fuller Hinds, city agt Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, res 577 

Thirty-fifth 
Fuller J S, painter, res 1319 Kirkham 
Fuller R A, painter S P Co, res 1409 Twelfth 
Fuller William, laborer, res 669 Adeline 
Fuller William, stoves and ranges repaired, res 1104 Wood 
Fullmer L D, commercial traveler, S F, ivs 909 Peralta 
Fulton C M, clerk S P Co, res 1468 Grove 
Fulton Edwin, binder Pacific Press, res 719 Eleventh 
Fulton Samuel, employe S P Co, res 1162 Seventh 
Fulton John A, carpenter, r*es w s First ave nr Humboldt 
Fulton & Miller (Miss N Fulton and Miss M E Miller) dressmakers, 

582 East Twelfth 
Fulton Nettie B Miss (Fulton & Miller), res 602 East Fifteenth 
Fultz Elizabeth, domestic, 872 Twentieth 
Funder Peter, second mate steamer Transit, res 1813 Union 
Fung Ty & Co, fancy goods, 905 Washington 
Furcate J B, butcher, res San Pablo ave nr Crawford 



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Furgason Charles H, heater fireman S P Co, res 872 Henry 

Furguson Libbie Miss, dressmaker, res Nucleus House 

Furlong J N, photographer, res 120 East Fourteenth 

Furlong John, stevedore, res 617 Magnolia 

Furnas John S, bakery, 1117 Thirteenth 

Furniss C B, civil engineer, res Newland House 

Furniss Miles, proprietor Alta House, 901 J Washington 

Furniss Restaurant, Miles Furniss propr, 901 Washington 

Furry George H, painter, res 850 Jones 

Furst Herman, clothing, 901 Broadway, res 361 Tenth 

Fuss Elizabeth, domestic, res 872 Twentieth 

Gabby Dora Miss, domestic, 1429 Franklin 

Gaber John, tailor, res 270 Seventh 

Gabey Nettie, domestic Brunswick House 

Gabriel Gill, employe Peterson's Lumber Yard, res 1312 Sixth ave 

Gachan — , res Winters Hotel 

Gaeth Fred, laborer Oakland Pickle Factory, res 1789 Grove 

Gaffke E, cigarmaker Robert Kuerzel, res S F 

Gaffney Bridget, domestic, 318 East Seventeenth 

Gaffney John H, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 

Gaffney Maria, domestic, 1123 Filbert 

Gagan E W Mrs, res 1215 Jefferson 

Gage Ada I Mrs, proprietor Graystone House, 418 Twelfth 

Gage David T, capitalist, res 571 Caledonia 

Gage Harold J, framemaker Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 418 

Twelfth 
Gage Jefferson, brakeman S P Co, res 806 Wood 
Gage John W, sea, captain, res 520 Twenty-fifth 
Gage Mabel, domestic Julius Meyers, SE cor Franklin and Fourth 
Gage Stephen T, asst pres S P Co, res 1300 Harrison 
Gage William, gardener, res 1568 Webster 

Gage William E, second mate steamer Alki, res 520 Twenty-fifth 
Gager E M Mrs, res 610 Twelfth 

Gager George L, tinsmith M De La Montanya, res 1011 Seventh 
Gagerino Etare, grocer, SW cor Filbert and Seventh 
Gaggiona Jules, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Gannon Joseph A., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 363 First 
Gahagen Vincent J, blacksmith James Galvin, res 1236 Broadway 
Gaillard Charles, clerk La Societe Francaise D'Epargnes et De 

Prevoyance Mutuelle, S F, res 929 Poplar 
Gaines C, teller Union Savings Bank, res Berkeley 
Gaines Henry, bootblack, res 856 Broadway 
Gaines James, laborer, res 724 Chester 
Gaines John, employe California Jute Mills 
Gaines Katie, mangier Contra Costa Laundry, res 724 Chester 
Gaines Michael, laborer S P Co, res 724 Chester 



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Gaines Annie, res 1416 Eighteenth 

Gainsforth A Mrs, domestic, res 1128 Filbert 

Gaitens James, harness cleaner P Pumyea, res 470 Seventh 

Galarte Jose, laborer, res 1251 Fifteenth ave 

Galarte Manuel, laborer, res 1251 Fifteenth ave 

Galavan James, plumber and foreman Engine No 3, Oakland 

Fire Department, 1512 Seventh, res 1378 Eighth 
Galbraith Alma J Miss, teacher Oakland High School, res 1218 

San Pablo ave 
Galbraith James, clerk, res 809 Henry 

Galbraith W A, teacher Oakland High School, res 961 Washington 
Gale George L, contractor, res 518 East Twelfth 
Galena Francisco, teacher Spanish Oakland Business College, 

1015 Clay 
Gabger James, employe S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 
Galenda Jeremiah, moulder, res 361 Fifth 
Galenda Maggie Mrs, employe California Jute Mills, res 361 

Fifth 
Galindo An tone, laborer, res 661 Grove 
Galindo F L, carriage painter, res 617 Fifth 
Galindo Frank, Telegraph ave beyond Fifty-first 
Galindo Hotel, Benjamin Wright propr, Eighth bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
Galindo Nasario, res 617 Fifth 

GALINDO WINE ROOMS AND BILLIARD PARLORS, Mi- 

rando & Briones proprietors, 411 Eighth 
Gallagher B Mrs, lace dealer, n s Forty-second bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove 
Gallagher Bernard, foreman S P Co, res 427 Hawthorne ave • 
Gallagher C E, Oakland & S F Transfer Co, res 658 Twenty-first 
Gallagher Daniel (Crist, Gallagher & Co) East Oakland Planing 

Mills, res 1431 Filbert 
Gallagher Harry, res s s Spring nr Adeline 
Gallagher James, res Golden Eagle House 
Gallagher James, stone mason, res s s Spring nr Adeline 
Gallagher John, clerk Neil Gallagher, res 1718 Telegraph ave 
Gallagher John, capitalist, res 768 Seventh 
Gallagher Mary Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Gallagher Michael, grocer, SE cor Fifth and Linden, res 742 Lin- 
den 
Gallagher Michael, employe California Jute Mills 
Gallagher Neil, groceries, 1722 Telegraph ave 
Gallagher Nora Miss, dish washer P Walsh, res 415 Seventh 
Gallagher P, plumber, res 209 Third 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, res 742 Linden 
Gallagher Stephen, expressman, res s s Forty-fifth nr Grove 
Gallagher Thomas, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res s s 
Spring nr Adeline 



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Gallagher Thomas, apprentice S P Co, res 427 Hawthorne 
Gallagher Timothy, with Neil Gallagher, res 1722 Telegraph 

ave 
Gallagher's Transfer Co, Charles Gallagher, stand NVV cor Eighth 

and Broadway, office T/07 Broadway 
Gallagher William, turner East Oakland Planing Mills, res 615 

East Sixteenth 
Gallant Julia Miss, dressmaker, res 124 Louise 
Gallant Mary J Miss, dressmaker, res 124 Louise 
Gallant Peter, carpenter, res 124 Louise 

Gallen Bessie, spinner California Cotton Mills, res 816 Linden 
Galleway Josie Mrs, dressmaker, res Nucleus House 
Gallin Fred J, carpenter, res 1419 Ninth 
Gallin John F, carpenter, res 1419 Ninth 
Gallmann Jacob F, carriage painter Sohst Bros, res 758 Fifth 
Galloway James D, ship joiner S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 
Gallup Ida Miss, student, res 554 East Sixteenth 
Galvin James, carriage and wagon maker and horseshoeing, 511 

and 513 Fourteenth, res 494 Twenty-fifth 
Gamble Charlotta Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Gamble Fritz, employe C P Co, res Hillside, Piedmont 
Gamble George, res Hillside, Piedmont 
Gamble Henry, employe California Jute Mills 
Gamble James (Woodward & Gamble) res Hillside, Piedmont 
Gamble John, laborer, res 1070 East Eighteenth 
Gamble Leland, res Hillside, Piedmont 
Gamble Lottie Miss, domestic, res 1271 Seventh ave 
Gamble Mary Miss, teacher, res Hillside, Piedmont 
Gamble Susie, res 316 East Tenth 
Gamble William, employe California Jute Mills 
Ganith Olivo, fisherman, res 374 First 
Ganley Edward, laborer Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 705 

Fifth 
Gannon Dennis, horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park, res Watts 

near Park 
Gannon Martin, res 665 East Twelfth 
Gannon Mary Miss, dressmaker, bds 508J Fifteenth 
Gannon Rose A Mrs, bds 50&J Fifteenth 
Ganon Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res Playter Block 
Gans Alphonse, laundry man Contra Costa Laundr}^ res 1635 

Magnolia 
Gans B D, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Gansberg Henry, shoemaker F Senram & Co, res 912 Harrison 
Garabrant Chas, machinist Oakland Gas Light Co, res 663 Alice 
Garabrant Orville, bookkeeper, res 805 Castro 
Garcelon C M Mrs, res 1213 Madison 
Garcelon Harvey, carpenter and builder, res 1456 Ninth 
Garcelon Horace F, clerk Davis Bros, S F, res 1456 Ninth 



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Garcia Adolpho, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res Merced ave nr 

Shattuck ave 
Garcia Alfred, laborer, res s s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph ave 
Garcia Angela Mrs, res Merced ave nr Shattuck ave 
Garcia & Bernard (Frank Garcia and Joseph Bernard) barbers, 

627 East Twelfth 
Garcia de Rosa Anton, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, 

res cor Twenty-first ave and East Eighteenth 
Garcia Frank (Garcia & Bernard) res 871 East Fifteenth 
Garcia Frank, laborer, res s s Thirty-ninth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Garcia Frank R, barber Garcia & Bernard, res 627 East Twelfth 
Garcia John, laborer, res 422 B 
Garcia Lucien, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res s s Thirty-ninth 

nr Telegraph ave 
Gard H N (H N Gard & Co) res 1021 Twelfth 
Gard H N> & Co (H N Gard and J C Knickrem) paper dealers, 

1153 Washington 
Gard Nicholas, miner, res 1021 Twelfth 
Gardener Clara Mrs, res 2210 Andover 

Gardener George, carriage washer G Hunt, res Winters Hotel 
Gardener M E Miss, milliner Jones' Bazar, res 577 Thirty-fourth 
Gardiner A B Mrs, res 316 Tenth 

Gardiner Anna L Mrs, teacher painting, res 528 Jones 
Gardiner Anwyl O, painter James T Gardiner, res 378 Ninth 
Gardiner Charles H, clerk, S F, res 830 East Fifteenth 
Gardiner George, employe Juclson Manufacturing Co, res Com- 
mercial Union 
Gardiner G Mrs, res 860 Clay 

Gardiner James T, (Torry, Whitman & Gardiner) res 524 Jones 
Gardiner James T, house and sign painter, 1008 Franklin, res 378 

Ninth 
Gardiner James Todd Jr, painter James T Gardiner, res 378 Ninth 
Gardiner Richard P M, painter James T Gardiner, res 378 Ninth 
Gardiner Robert K, clerk, S F, res 830 East Fifteenth 
Gardiner Thomas, journalist, res 830 East Fifteenth 
Gardiner Thomas M, bookkeeper, S F, res 853 East Fifteenth 
Gardner Mrs, res 919 Jefferson 
Gardner Cornelia Miss, saleslady, 952 Broadway 
Gardner Cornelia Mrs, agt S T Taylor's system of dress cutting, 

952 Broadway 
Gardner Francis, employe Taylor's Lumber Yard, res 653 Washing- 
ton 
Gardner George P, laborer, res Saunders nr" Adeline 
Gardner Henry R, millwright, res 1422 Sixth ave 
Gardner Hiram S, engineer S P Co, res 1314 Eighth 
Gardner Leonora Mrs, res 1901 Broadway 
Gardner M E Miss, milliner, res 577 Thirty-fifth 



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Gardner Robert, land agt, S F, res 463 East Eleventh 

Garfield Isaac, carpenter, res 468 Edwards 

Garfield Public School, Mrs Ellen Gibbs principal, cor Twenty- 
third ave and East Sixteenth 

Garibal Emile, restaurant, 623 East Twelfth, res S F 

Garibaldi Giacomo, blasting tunnels, res n s Forty-second bet 
Telegraph ave and Grove 

Garibaldi J, French cook, res 1554 Telegraph ave 

Garibaldi Jose, quarry man, res Temescal 

Garibaldi Joseph, blasting tunnels, res n s Forty-second bet 
Telegraph ave and Grove 

Garland Charles W (Garland Manufacturing Co) res 1901 Broad- 
way 

Garland Manufacturing Co (Ezra Beale) mfrs sewer traps, 1901 
Broadway 

Garlick Etha F Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1016 Four- 
teenth 

Garlick Etha F Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, res 1016 Four- 
teenth 

Garlick Joshua P, principal Cole School, res 1016 Fourteenth 

Garlland James, carding foreman California Jute Mills 

Garmanus David, clerk Leopold Meyer, res 1418 Eighth 

Garms P, S F, res 1416 Eighteenth 

Garnar George T, with Burtchaell & Crowley, res 729 Harrison 

Garner George, butcher, 720 Harrison 

Garner G T, tinsmith Burtchael & Crowley, res 720 Harrison 

Garner Henry (Garner & Son) res 720 Harrison 

Garner Henry W (Garner & Son) res 720 Harrison 

Garner & Son (Henry and Henry W) meat market, 921 Webster 

Garnett J H Rev, pastor Brooklyn Baptist Church, res 378 East 
Fifteenth 

Garon Louis G, saloon, 553 Broadway 

Garrelle Ducio, quarryman, res Temescal 

Garrelli Peter, quarryman, res Temescal 

Garreson F Mis, res 815 Twentieth 

Garrett Cora L Miss, res 513 Fifth 

Garrett D Mrs, res 1212 Seventh 

Garrett Richard, clerk J W Fleming, res 513 Fifth 

Garrett Richard M, clerk, res 2013 Brook 

Garrety John, laborer, res 1561 Fifth 

Garrison William A, engineer S P Co, res 1517 Eighth 

Garrity Sarah Mrs, grocery, res 1924 San Pablo ave 

Garsiglia J A, clerk, res Lester House 

Garst Horace, commercial traveler, res 578 Fifteenth 

Garter Fred, barber, res 856 Broadway - 

Garthorne George H. agt American Biscuit Co, S F, res 1023 
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Garthwaite H P, Pacific Oil and Lead Works, S F, res Fairmont 

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Garthwaite William W, cashier Oakland Bank of Savings, res 

Fairmont ave, Oakland Heights 
Gartland James, laborer, res 372 East Eleventh 
Gartner Fred W, machinist S P Co, res 1911 Filbert 
Garvan Cornelius, car repairer S P Co, res 742 Peralta 
Gar van James C, foreman S P Co, res 1616 Taylor 
Garver K, waiter Moca Restaurant, res 910 Clay 
Garvey Elizabeth E, res 821 Chester 
Garvey James J, fireman S P Co, res 821 Chester 
Garvey John C, engineer S P Co, res 821 Chester 
Garvey Lizzie Miss, school teacher, res 821 Chester 
Garvey Patrick, boiler maker, res 821 Chester 
Garvey Thomas, fireman S P Co, res 821 Chester 
Garvey Thomas, stock inspector S P Co, res 802 Willow 
Garvey Thomas F, fireman S P Co, res 821 Chester 
Garvin B C Mrs, res 1611 Thirteenth ave 
Garvin Con, cleaner S P Co, res 742 Peralta 
Garvin James, produce merchant, S F, res 950 Brush 
Garvin John J, seaman, res 829 Castro 
Garvin Paul, drawing professor, res 815 Thirty-fifth 
Gaskill D W C, capitalist, res 1395 Harrison 
Gaskill Herbert D, salesman E F Delger, res 1395 Harrison 
£3 § Gaskill Rollin C, agt Wells, Fargo & Co, NW cor Washington 
and Twelfth, res 573 Fifteenth 
Gaskill V W, asst sec S P C Co, S F, res 813 Twenty-seventh 
Gasner Pauline, domestic, 274 Twenty-third 
Gaspar Augustus,, laborer E M Derby & Co, res 916 East Six- 
teenth 
Gaspard Edward, hotel and restaurant, 829 East Twelfth 
Gass Edwin D, brakeman S P Co, res 566 East Twelfth 
Gass Frank, brakeman, res 566 East Twelfth 
Gass George, special police officer, res 621 East Fourteenth 
Gass Laura Mrs, res 566 East Twelfth 
Gass Louis A, with H H Colby, res 566 East Twelfth 
Gast Fred, engineer S P Co, res West Berkeley 
Gaston Hirland B, bookkeeper, S F, res 1227 Eleventh ave 
q| I Gates Alva, livery stable, 411 Thirteenth 
Gates Annie, res 366 East Sixteenth 
Gates Arthur, res West Oakland Hotel 
Gates Nettie Miss, bds 1140 Myrtle 

Gates Sophia B Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1140 Myrtle 
Gates S B Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, bds 1140 Myrtle 
Gatewood J M, res 1112 East Sixteenth 

Gatter Fred, barber, cor Seventh and Broadway, res 463 Sixth 
Gatter Michael, shoemaker, 463 Sixth 

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Gauge William, gardener, res 458 Twenty-first 

Gaughran Mary Mrs, res Twenty-second bet Broadway and 

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Gaulene C C, barkeeper W M Watson, res 625 East Twelfth 
Gaulene Hy polite, saloon keeper, res 671 East Seventeenth 
Gaunce E R, brakeman S P Co, res 1164 Peralta 
Gaunce Frank M, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 1014 

Wood 
Gaunce R L, conductor S P Co, res 1275 Twelfth ave 
Gaunce Robert L, brakeman S P Co, res 1275 Twelfth ave 
Gaunce Ross, brakeman S P Co, res 1164 Peralta 
Gaunce S Mrs, res 1014 Wood 
Gavazza Baptista, bootmaker, 407 Seventh 
Gavica A R Mrs, res 468 Fifth 

Gavin John, fireman Gas Light and Heat Co, res 660 Magnolia 
Gawley R Mrs, dressmaker, 1009 Franklin 
Gay Carrie Miss, res 858 Myrtle 
Gay David, car cleaner S P Co, res 134 Hannah 
Gay Lulu Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Gay Robert, res 853 Myrtle 
Gay W, firewood, foot of Grove, Water Front 
Gayler Percy L, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 131 

Hollis 
Gazave James, carpenter, res 373 First 
Gazzalo, brakeman S P Co, res 970 Peralta 
Geagan Philip J, laborer, res 724 Henry 
Gearn G C, commercial traveler, res 556 Twenty-first 
Geary Catharine Mrs, res 1713 Adeline 
Geary Edward M, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 459 

Sixth 
Geary H Kirke, shoemaker, S F, res cor Merced ave and Racine 
Geary John, laborer, res 1626 Linden 
Geary Maurice E, nailer Pacfiic Iron and Nail Works, res 459 

Sixth 
Geary Maurice, teamster W S & O T Co, res 459 Sixth 
Geary Sarah Mrs, res 2429 Telegraph ave 
Geary Thomas W, laborer, res 1217 Cypress 
Geddes Alexander C, propr New York Bakery, 908 Broadway, 

res 271 Eighth 
Gee Elizabeth Mrs, lodging house, 362 Tenth 
Gee Robert S, finisher book bindery, S F, res 1423 Sixteenth 
Geed Manuel, laborer, res cor Twenty-first ave and East Nineteenth 
Gegar Philip, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Gegax Conrad F, foreman switch engine, res 1465 Fifth 
Gegax Henry F, carpenter, res 1465 Fifth 
Gehl Louis, cigar maker A Kraft, res S F 



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Gehlich Julius, joiner Oakland Planing Mills, res 2009 East Four- 
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Gehlich J, cabinet maker, res 1164 East Fourteenth 
Gehr L H, res SE cor Fourth and Broadway 
Gehring Erard, cook, res 516 Ninth 
Geile George H, laborer, res 721 E 

Geile Gideon, laborer, res cor Thirteenth ave and Thirty-fifth 
Geiser John, tinsmith, res e s Grove bet Thirty-sixth and Thirty- 
seventh 
Geistenberg E Mrs, nurse, 610 East Tenth 
Gelardo Louis, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Gelder David V, cigar maker, res 828 Eighteenth 
Gelder Henry, stripper, res 1473 San Pablo ave 
Gelder John, cigar maker, 1473 San Pablo ave, res 828 Eight- 
eenth 
Gelett William D, civil engineer S P Co, res 1254 Franklin 
Gelinas Fred, bookkeeper, res cor Second and Clay 
Gelinas John J, clerk John P Gelinas, res 1412 San Pablo ave 
Gelinas John P, groceries, 1412 San Pablo ave 
Gellerson Hannah Mrs, housekeeper, res 1364 Tenth 
Gelwicks D W Mrs, artist, res 504 Thirteenth 
Gemmell Stewart F, plumber James Wilson, res 869 Filbert 
Gemmell William, clerk, res 869 Filbert 
Genasri Margheritta Mrs, res 760 Franklin rear 
Gennis Mary Mrs, res 702 East Twenty-third 
Gens Arthur, bartender, S F, res 1110 East Fourteenth 
Gentry G W, brakeman S P Co, res 504 East Fifteenth 
Gcntrv John W, engineer cable house, res 684 Twentv-fifth 
Gentry John W, fireman Oakland Cable Co 
Geor<re Amelia Miss, dressmaker, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Edwin L, express, res 502 Twenty-fourth 
George E H Mrs, res East Twenty-ninth nr Fourteenth ave 
George Frank, car repairer S P Co, res 705 Campbell 
George Jose F, shoemaker, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Joseph, barkeeper George M Shreeder, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Joseph, bootmaker, 1789 Seventh, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Joseph M, laborer, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Mary A Mrs, res 705 Campbell 
George R H, cashier Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 814 

Grove 
George Samuel, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

GEORGE'S EXCHANGE, George Billesbackproprietor,477 Eighth 
Gerald Carlos, res 1132 Linden 
Gerber John, tailor, 854 Webster, res 270 Seventh 
Gercken W F, mariner, res (>!>4 Brush 
Gerdas M Mrs, res 1313 Eighth 
J Geregini Louis, bootblack, S F, res 1013 Third 
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Gerhard L, canvasser, res 1810 William 

Gerhardt L, book agent, res 1410 William 

Gerhardy Henry, butcher, res 973 Seventh 

Gerhardy Julia Miss, res 973 Seventh 

Gerhardy Otto, sign painter V P Mitchels, res 973 Seventh 

Gerhardy Pauline Miss, res 973 Seventh 

Gericke George, waiter, res 460 Seventh 

Gerin Paul A, drawing teacher public schools, res 815 Thirty -fifth 

Gering Frederick, foreman sugar refinery, S F, res 958 Campbell 

Gerity S Mrs, groceries and liquors, 1924 San Pablo ave 

Gerken Dieterich, res 1720 Eighth 

Germain A F Mrs, res cor Adeline and Stanley 

Germain Alfred, carpenter, res 704 Webster 

Germain Frank, dairyman, res SE cor Adeline and Stanley 

Germain Guy, dairyman, res SE cor Adeline and Stanley 

Germain Harry, dairyman, res SE cor Adeline and Stanley 

Germain Jennie Miss, res SE cor Adeline and Stanley 

German Mrs, res 1159 Seventh 

German American Insurance Co, Strong & Co agts 470 Ninth 

GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN ZI0N CHURCH, Rev J 

H Theiss pastor, NE cor Thirteenth and Clay 
German Insurance Co of Illinois, H Griffin agt, 958 Broadwav 
GERMAN LAND AND CATTLE CO, M C Theilmann secretary, 

123 California, S F, Oakland office H Turn Suden's store 
German Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev Louis Kroick pastor, 

n s Seventeenth bet Telegraph and San Pablo aves 
Germania Council No 66, United Friends of the Pacific, Ger- 

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Germania Hall Association, 832-836 Webster 
Germanus David, dealer in European bonds, 871 Broadwav, res 

1418 Eighth 
Gernocha J, quarry man, res Temescal 
GERNREICH & THORNBURGH (William Gernreich and M K 

Thornburgh) groceries, wines and liquors, 1476 Eighth 
Gernreich William (Gernreich & Thornburgh) res 1476 Eighth 
Gerome Mary, res 1605 Third 
Gerrabalda D, United Ancient Order of Druids 
Gerrish James L, machinist S P Co, res 920 Center 
Gerrish William J, clerk, S F, res 920 Center 
Gerry John W, laborer S P Co 

Gertner F W, extraman Hose Co No 2, Oakland Fire Depart- 
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Gestrin George W, laborer, res Fruit Vale ave nr Lynde 
Getchell & Black (Frederick Getchell and E N Black) mfr agts, 

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Getchell F A Miss, res 574 Sycamore 
Getchell Frederick (Getchell & Black) res 903 Market 
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GETCHELL RANSOM N, coke, wood and coal, cor Fourth and 

Grove, res 613 Fourth 
Getchell Sumner W, carpenter, res 738 Myrtle 
Getchell Winfield K, cash boy, res 751 Market 
Getchell Winfield S, fireman S P Co, res 1035 Chestnut 
Gethsemane Chapter No 5, Rose Croix A and A S Rite, Masonic 

Temple 
Geurden Anna, employe laundry, res 1355 Eighteenth 
Ghering Edward, cook Alta House 

Ghirardelli Anton (Ravenna, Ghirardelli & Co, S F) res 920 Third 
Ghirardelli Domingo, chocolate mfr, S F, res 767 Brush 
Ghirardelli Joseph, mfr, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Ghirardelli Louis, res 767 Tenth 

Giacometti B (Giacometti, Adamina & Co) res 511 Fourth 
Giacometti L (Giacometti, Adamino & Co) res 511 Fourth 
Giamboni N Mrs, res 1714 Seward 

Gianbuttista Busalini, vegetable peddler, res 1260 Center 
Giannotti Alivo, dish washer Barnum's Restaurant, res 374 First 
Gibb A, carpenter Towle & Broadwell, res 308 Second 
Gibb Al, blacksmith J Galvin, res West Berkeley 
Gibb Archibald, carpenter, res 308 Second 
Gibb Ida Miss, res 2175 East Fourteenth 
Gibbons Patrick, groceries, 1473 Seventh 
Gibbs A W, res 680 Thirty-fourth 

Gibbs Charles E, atty-at-law, S F, res 680 Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs Ellen Mrs, principal Garfield School, res 680 Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs James A, millwright, S F, res 817 Seventeenth 
Gibbs Josiah S, carpenter, res 1721 Chase 
Gibbs Ralph, res 680 Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs Samuel L, crockery, res 2102 Peralta 
Gibbs William C, adjuster marine losses, res 154 Third 
Gibbs William H, machinist, res 2102 Peralta 
GIBBS WILLIAM T> horseshoer, 958 Franklin, res 515 East 

Eleventh 
Gibbs W T Jr, horseshoer H M Wilson, res 360 Ninth 
Gibson Chauncey W, grocer, S F, res 229 Twelfth 
Gibson Edwin F, carpenter, res 489 Prospect ave 
Gibson I Mrs, dressmaker, res 565 Tenth 
Gibson John, machinist, res 568 East Twentieth 
Gibson Julia Mrs, res 1112 Alice 
Gibson Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Gibson Mary Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Gibson Mary Miss, res 569 Thirty-fifth 
Gibson Wallace J., clerk M Alle, res 565 Tenth 
Gibson William, expressman Sixteenth Street Depot, res 1652 

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Gieglinger Arthur, res 537 Eighteenth 

Gier Theodore (Theodore Gier & Bro) res 853 Adeline 

GIER THEODORE & BRO, groceries and provisions, NE cor 
Third and Linden 

Gieschen Emma M Miss, res Mountain View Cemetery 

Gieschen Henry, butcher O Bemis, res East Oakland Hotel 

Gieschen House, Mrs S F Dodge propr, 420 Sixth 

Giese L, saloon, S32 Webster 

Giese Louis, artist, res 1751 Seventh 

GIESE OTTO, proprietor West Oakland Hall and dealer in 
liquors, 1751 Seventh, res same 

Gifford Edward L, salesman W W Montague & Co, S F, res 531 
Kennedy 

Gifford R W Capt, master mariner, res 770 Seventeenth 

Gifford Seymour C, engineer S P Co, res 861 Henry 

Gifford William L, clerk, 861 Henry 

Gifford William M, live stock dealer, res 628 Fourteenth 

Gift Caroline H Mrs, res 2227 Chestnut 

Gift Robert T, res 2227 Chestnut 

Giggs Annie Miss, domestic, 706 Tenth 

Gilardi Laura Mrs, dressmaker Mrs Annie Evans, res 1413 
Twelfth 

Gilardi Mateo, laundryman, res 1413 Twelfth 

Gilardin Alexander J, teamster, res Old County Road nr Bray ave 

Gilardin Bros (Victor and Constant] ne) proprs Laurel Market, 
1121 Thirteenth ave 

Gilardin Constantine (Gilardin Bros) res 1171 Sixteenth ave 

Gilardin Eugene, carpenter, res 1170 Sixteenth ave 

Gilardin Jennie, finishing room Jute Mills, res 1170 Sixteenth ave 

Gilardin Joseph, plumber, res 1170 Sixteenth ave 

Gilardin Joseph, res 814 East Fourteenth 

Gilardin Victor (Gilardin Bros) res East Fourteenth bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second aves 

Gilbert Adrian A, clerk S P Co, res 1012 Center 

Gilbert Anna S Miss, teacher Mills Seminary, res 1453 Linden 

Gilbert Charles W, Sterling Manufacturing Co, S F, res 1710 
Eighth 

Gilbert Clarence H, bookkeeper, Galena, Nevada, res 1024 Chester 

Gilbert Ella M Miss, res 1263 Webster- 
Gilbert Emanuel, cook Rooney & Jones, res S F 

Gilbert Emil, cook, res 662 Alice 

Gilbert H, merchant, res 866 Twentieth 

Gilbert Hiram, res 1453 Linden 

Gilbert Miranda R Mrs, res 1263 Webster 

Gilbert William, confectioner, 923 Broadway 

Gilbertson John, agt S F Laundry Association, res 594 Thirty- 
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Gilcrest Frank M, agt New Zealand Insurance Co, res 1123 
Linden 

Gilcrest W M, deputy county clerk, res 820 Fifteenth 

Gilder John, cigar maker, res 828 Eighteenth 

Gilham Frank M, salesman L D Stone, res 1122 Eighth 

Giliazo John, laborer, res cor Grove and Thirty-eighth 

Giligan Nellie Miss, domestic, 170 Ninth 

Gill Mrs, res Winters Hotel 

Gill & Donovan (Edward Gill and William J Donovan) saloon, 
508 Seventh 

Gill Edward (Gill & Donovan) res 717 Linden • 

GILL EDWARD, proprietor Gill's Nursery, Twenty-eighth bet 
Market and Adeline 

Gill Evan, carpenter, res 866 Campbell 

Gill Francis, res 258 Fifth 

Gill G, res Winters Hotel 

Gill H, carpenter, res 1528 West 

Gill James J, machine hand Oakland Planing Mills, res 258 Fifth 

Gill John, track walker S P Co, res 717 Linden 

Gill John, laborer, res 613 East Eleventh 

Gill John Jr, with Gill & Donovan, res 717 Linden 

Gill John F, news agt, res 717 Linden 

Gill Joseph T, jeweler Shreeve & Co, S F, res 717 Linden 

Gill Mary C, housekeeper, res 258 Fifth 

Gill William W, clerk E C Sessions, res 54 East Twelfth 

Gillam Jefferson D, traveling salesman, res 670 East Twenty- 
third 

Gillan Frank, collector Oakland Times, res 1014 Webster 

Gillard Delia, domestic, 668 Fourteenth 

Gillberg Niles, carpenter, res 865 Henry 

Gillen M Mrs, artist, res 501 Fifteenth, East Oakland 

Gillen Robert, clerk H Schellhaas, res Capitol Hotel 

Gillespie Maria, mender California Hosiery Co, res 511 Twenty- 
fourth 

Gillespie Robert, stock dealer, S F, res 1016 Twelfth 

Gillespy John H, miner, res 1362 Seventh 

Gillett Annie Mrs res SE cor Second and Oak 

GILLETT C E> secretary Masonic Temple Association, 508 
Twelfth 

Gillette Felix, waiter Tubbs Hotel 

Gil ley George, sea captain, res 975 Pine 

Gillian Charles, hostler Sackrider & Chisholm, 370 Eleventh 

Gilligan Annie Miss, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan Daniel, wiper S P C R R, res 765 Lydia 

Gilligan Edward, tinsmith, bds 167 Seventh 

Gilligan James, brass finisher City Brass Works, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan James, gardener, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan James, laborer, res 426 Third 



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Gilligan James Jr, employe City Brass Works, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan Jane Miss, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan John J, stationery and tobacco, 1054 Thirteenth ave, res 
604 East Eleventh 

Gilligan Mary Miss, domestic, 167 Seventh 

Gilligan Nellie Miss, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan Thomas, tinner Dalziel & Moller, res 167 Seventh 

Gillin M Mrs, artist, res 501 East Fifteenth 

Gillis A J (Snyder & Gillis) res 1098 Thirtieth 

Gillmore John, employe R R Co, res 409 Ninth 

GILL'S NURSERY, twenty-eighth bet Market and Adeline 

Gillum Benjamin T, salesman, res 1920 San Pablo ave 

Gillum Theodore, insurance traveler, res 860 Castro 

Gil man Charles Mrs, res 170 Ninth 

Gilman Charles H (Gilman & Danforth, S F) res 170 Ninth 

Gil man Charles L, salesman, S F, res 1668 William 

Gilman Edward, res 170 Ninth 

Giiman Edward Mrs, res 170 Ninth 

Gilman Emily J Miss, bookkeeper Kahn & Sons, res 918 Thirty- 
fourth 

GILMAN SAMUEL M, dentist, office hours 9 A M to 5 P M, 1068 
Broadway, res 462 Prospect ave 

Gilman S J Mrs, res 918 Thirty-fourth 

Gilmartin Charles M, teamster, res 1399 Thirteenth 

Gil martin John, laborer, res 1399 Thirteenth • 

Gilmartin Michael, teamster William O'Brien, res 1399 Thir- 
teenth 

Gilmartin Thomas E, laborer, res 1399 Thirteenth 

Gilmore David, lumberman, res Oakland House 

Gilmore Edward, cashier, res 863 Twenty-second 

Gilmore E Mrs, res 863 Twenty-second 

Gilmore George W, with E Bernheim & Co, res 59 Valley 

Gilmore J I, agt and closer Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co, 
res Forty-second nr Telegraph ave 

Gilmore John, sewing machine agt, res n s Forty-second bet Tel- 
egraph ave and Grove 

Gilmore John S (J S Gilmore & Co) res 863 Twenty-second 

GILMORE J S & CO (J S Gilmore) dry and fancy goods, SW 
cor Washington and Thirteenth 

Gilmore M, laborer, res 618 Fifth, rear 

Gilmore Matilda Mrs, res 1723 Linden 

Gilmore Robert, horseshoer, 268 Twelfth, res 1007 Jackson 

Gilmore S F, mining engineer, res 1760 San Pablo 

Gilmore S F Mrs, dressmaker, res 1760 San Pablo 

Gilmore Thomas, special officer, res 854 Webster 

Gilmore Thomas, laborer, res cor Second and Webster 

Gilmore Thomas, brakeman 3 P Co, res SW cor Webster and 
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Gilmore Thomas, helper Pacific Coast Electrical Construction Co> 

res 652 Webster 
Gilmore William, newsboy S P Co, res 863 Twenty-second 
Gilmour John Mrs, res 559 Caledonia ave 
Gilpin Z T, deputy city clerk, res 1954 Webster 
Gilson C Miss, Oakland Sanitarium, res 1019 Fifth ave 
Gilson Elexander, carpenter, res 1862 Goss 

Gilson J C, propr Hamilton Hall, SE cor Thirteenth and Jefferson 
Gilstrap William B, engineer S P Co, res 703 Campbell 
Gimbel Charles, laborer, res 222 Hannah 
Gincosta Antoni, fruit stand, cor Seventh and Washington 
Ginn Fred B (Ginn & Co, Boston) publisher, res 752 Ninth 
Ginn J I Mrs, bds 1012 Jefferson 
Ginnity Kate, domestic, res 1361 Market 
Ginoclhio John, laborer, res n s Forty-second bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove 
Giofeppe Argano, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Factory, 

res 1263 Cypress 
Giosjean Charles, foreman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 518 

Third 
Giovannini John, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 625 

Chestnut 
Girard Ernest, shoemaker, res 477 Twenty-sixth 
Girard E Mrs, res 477 Twenty-sixth 
Girard Fire Insurance Co, Philadelphia, H Griffin agt, 958 Broad- 

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Girard F R (F R Girard & Co) res 692 Thirty-fourth 
GIRARD F R & CO (F R Girard and H T Mitchell) pianos and 

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GIRARD H0USE> A C Newman proprietor, 955 \ Washington 
Girard J P (Henderson & Girard) res 630 Fourteenth 
Girkousky Julia, domestic, res 1154 Alice 
Giroux Julian laborer, res 1206 Thirtieth 
Giroux Moses, teamster, res 1206 Thirtieth 
Girvan Charles, collector Evening Tribune,, res 910 Filbert 
Girvan William, employe S P Co, res 910 Filbert 
Girvin Alexander, blacksmith, res 501 East Fifteenth 
Girvin Alexander Jr, blacksmith, res 501 East Fifteenth 
Girvin James W, employe Rubber Co, S F, res 1986 Webster 
Given Isaac L. miner, res 1153 Alice 
Gjivulinovich Lorenzo, cook Martin & Co, res Sixth bet Franklin 

and Broadway 
Gladding Allen I, real estate, 957 Broadway, rm 8, res 1518 

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Gladding C Mrs, res 1305 Madison 
Gladding C B Mrs, res Tubbs Hotel 
Gladding Charles B H, station baggage master S P Co, S F, res 

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Gladding Theodore O, traveling agt P Lorillard & Co, 1103 J 
Broadway, rms 22 and 23 

Gladding William F, carpenter, and sexton St Paul's Episcopal 
Church, res rear of church 

Gladstone May Miss, clerk Cole, Merriman & Son, res Forty- 
sixth, Temescal 

Gladstone May Miss, res 413 Twelfth 

Gladstone Samuel A, mechanic, res 704 Market 

Glannan John, carpenter, res 1364 Campbell 

Glannan John W, apprentice Wentworth Boot and Shoe Factory, 
res 1364 Campbell 

Glannan Maggie A, spinner Oakland Jute Mills, res 1364 Campbell 

Glannan Mary A Miss, seamstress, res 1364 Campbell 

Glanoutch Juan, laborer, res 625 Chestnut 

Glanville William W, foreman Orin Jones, S F, res 1271 Eighth 

Glascock John R (W H & J R Glascock) res 829 Jackson 

Glascock William H (W H & J R Glascock) res 305 Fifth 

GLASCOCK W H & J R (William H and John R) attorneys-at- 
law, 481 Seventh 

Glasheen Edward, blacksmith, res 713 Myrtle 

Glashier Edward, laborer Oakland Cable Co 

Glass A, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 777 Fourteenth 

Glass Anthony, baker, res 481 Seventh 

Glass Isabel P Miss, seamstress, res 1264 Franklin 

Glass K Mrs, res 520 East Eleventh 

Glaze Andrew J (Glaze Bros) res 1071 Twelfth ave 

Glaze Bros (Andrew J and John W) proprs Empire Market, 617 
East Twelfth 

Glaze John W (Glaze Bros) res 617 East Twelfth 

Glaze Millard D, butcher Glaze Bros, res 617 East Twelfth 

Glaze Walter B, butcher Glaze Bros, res 617 East Twelfth 

Gleason A R Mrs, res 1400 Eleventh 

Gleason Douglas E, wool scourer California Hosiery Co, res 1400 
Eleventh 

Gleason Helen Miss, res 1526 Market 

Gleason Mary Miss, res 1526 Market 

Gleason Michael J, calker, S F, res 1526 Market 

Gleeson Harry P, waiter, res 856 Franklin 

Gleeson Joseph, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail W T orks, res 751 
Castro 

Gleeson William Rev, pastor St Anthony's Church, res 1267 Six- 
teenth ave 

Gleisner John F, carpenter, res 1629 Atlantic 

Glenan John, carpenter, res 1364 Campbell 

Glenan Margaret E, spinner Jute Mills, res 1364 Campbell 

Glenan Mary J, seamstress, res 1364 Campbell 

Glenan William, employe Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1364 
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Glendenning Louis, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 650 

Seventh 
Glenn Alexander G, Pacific Coast mgr Columbus Bugg}' Co, 406 

Twelfth, res 1014 Broadway 
Glenn James T, capitalist, 457 Ninth, res 953 Castro 
Glenn John Q, Columbus Buggy Co, res Fairmont House 
Glenn William C, Columbus Buggy Co, res 1014 Broadway 
Glenn W N, asst mgr Pacific Press, res 719 Eleventh 
Glennan Essie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Glens Falls Insurance Co, NY, H Griffin agt, 958 Broadway 
Gleve Charles, salesman Contra Costa Pickle Factory, res 1166 

East Fourteenth 
Glidden Albert M, ship carpenter, res 2144 Chestnut 
Glidden Georgia A Miss, dressmaker, res 2144 Chestnut 
Gliesner John F, carpenter, res 1629 Atlantic 
Glines Byron A, real estate, res 664 Eighteenth 
GLINES & DUDLEY (H A Glines and William M Dudley) 
druggists, 1450 Seventh cor Center and 1119 Market cor 
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Glines Fred D, clerk W J Dingee, res 664 Eighteenth 
Glines Herbert A (Glines & Dudley) res 1408 Tenth 
Glines Matie Miss, res 664 Eighteenth 
Glordi Matteo, laundry man, res 1413 Twelfth 
Glover Andrew O, employe Ninth Street Stables, res 572 Ninth 
Glover Clara E Miss, res 1250 Franklin 

Glover Emma, spinner California Cotton Mills, res 202 East Fif- 
teenth 
Glover Henderson I, dairyman, w s Lusk cor Forty-second 
Glover James F, shoemaker, res 202 East Fifteenth 
Glover James R, U S deputy surveyor, S F, res 1250 Franklin 
Glover Lena Miss, res 202 East Fifteenth 

Glover Louise, spinner California Cotton Mills, res 202 East Fif- 
teenth 
Glover Maggie, flannel department California Hosiery Co, res 202 

East Fifteenth 
Glover Marv Mrs, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Glover Robert, propr Ninth Street Stables bet Jefferson and Clay, 

res 572 Ninth 
Glover Robert O, driver Wells, Fargo & Co, res 572 Ninth 
Gloy Henry, cigar maker, 1006 Franklin 
Glunz Albert, clerk, S F, res 1354 Center 
Glunz Christian (Van de Mark & Co) res 1354 Center 
Glunz George G, commercial traveler, res 1354 Center 
Goddard Albert N, millwright, res 1065 Wood 
Goddard Clark L, dentist, S F, res 1326 Chestnut 
Goddard Elisha, res 1326 Chestnut 

Goddard Emlen A, penman, 871 Broadway, res 1065 Wood 
Godegast Henry, cigar maker, res 366 Eighth 



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Godfrey Charles, mariner, res 667 East Twelfth 

Godfrey Dennis, teamster W S & T Co, res Alameda 

Godfrey George, capitalist, res 961 Market 

Godfry Charles^ miner, res 662 Jefferson 

Goerke Godt'ried, laborer Oakland Brewery, res 1577 San Pablo 

ave 
Goerner Chris, painter, 364 Seventh, res 1015 Webster 
Goes Edward W V, engineer, res 1722 Eighth 
Goes J Mrs, res 1722 Eighth 
Goethe Lizzie Miss, res 1416 Telegraph ave 
Goetz Henry J R, photographer, res 1313 Eleventh ave 
Goff Alice A Miss, res 564 Fourteenth 

Goff George, employe Rolling Mill, res s s Fortieth nr Adeline 
Goff H F, engineer tug Lottie, res 278 East Tenth 
Goff J J, carpet layer Aaron Robertson, bds 518 Eighth 
Goff J L Mrs, boarding house, res 518 Eighth 
Gohrman C Mrs, res 991 Willow 

Gohrman John C, copyist Hall of Records, res 991 Willow 
Golart Joseph, laborer, res 1271 East Fifteenth 
Golart Manuel, laborer, res 1271 East Fifteenth 
Goldberg B, cutter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 309 Sev- 
enth 
Goldberg David, student, res 529 Hobart 
Goldberg Morris, capitalist, res cor Nineteenth ave and East 

Twenty-seventh 
Goldberg Samuel, foreman tailor Joseph Harris 
Goldberg Simon L, merchant, S F, res 1101 Adeline 
Golden Circle, 1015 Clay 

Golden Eagle House, Charles Jurgens propr, 1311 San Pablo ave 
Golden Gate Congregational Church, Rev W H Cooke pastor, cor 

Thirty-fourth and Adeline 
Golden Gate Incubator Co, George E Davis propr, 687 East 

Twelfth 
Golden Rule Roller Flouring Mill, Hickok, Schroeder & Co proprs, 

411-417 Third 
Golden William, clerk carpet store, Alameda, res 1010 Franklin 
Goldman Samuel, barber, res 1895 Telegraph ave 
Goldsmith Annie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1354 Eighth 
Goldsmith Charles, brickmaker and burner, res 1354 Eighth 
Goldsmith J A, horse trainer, res Randlett House 
Goldsmith Paul, reporter Tribune, res Blake House 
Goldson Henry, student, res 1105| Broadway 
Goldson M Mrs, physician and surgeon, 1105 h Broadway, rms 7 

and 8 
Goldstein Joseph G, res 1068 East Twenty-first 
Goldstein M, junk dealer, res 224 Second 
Golly Leon, res 1102 Myrtle 
Golsey J, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co 



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Gomez John, laborer S P Co 

Gomis Anton, res 10 A 

Gomoze Teresa, laundress, res 1260 Cypress 

Goncher Mary Mrs, res 361 J Third 

Gonovea F, employe California Jute Mills 

Gonsalves Joseph F, stockman, res 811 Castro 

Gonzales — , clerk steamer Piedmont, res 1778 Division 

Gonzales Abel, laborer, res 419 Second 

Gonzales Frank, laborer, res 686 Twenty-seventh 

Gonzales Joseph, fireman Brooklyn Engine No 4, res 621 East 
Fourteenth 

Gonzales Julian, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 419 Sec- 
ond 

Gonzales L, porter W H Stewart 

Gonzales Martin, pilot, res 1718 Lincoln 

Good Harry, student, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Good John G, painter, res 1058 Twenty-fourth 

Good Mary Miss, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Good Ollie Miss, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Good Samuel L, machinist, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Good Templar Lodge, meets at Montana Hall, 1160 Seventh, 
every Thursday evening 

Good Thomas, poultry dealer, res 1667 Atlantic 

Good Will Branch, First Congregational Church, 860 Market 

Goodall Edwin (Goodall. Perkins & Co, S F) res 1170 Madison 

Goodall K F Mrs, res 671 Twenty-fifth 

Goode Adam, machinist Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res Fruit 
Vale 

G00DEN0UGH HORSESHOEING SHOP, Doyle & McAuley 

proprietors, 509 Eighth 
Goodenough Simon, clergyman (Universalist) res 1060 Harrison 
Goodfellow John, employe S P Co, res 1375 Seventh 
Goodfellow Mary Miss, res 1375 Seventh 
Goodfellow May Miss, domestic, 567 Eighteenth 
Goodfellow Milton J, mining engineer, res 1353 Webster 
Goodfellow Thomas E, employe S P Co, res 1375 Seventh 
Goodfellow Thomas, res 1375 Seventh 
Goodfellow Thomas Jr, employe S P Co, res 1375 Seventh 
Goodfellow William S, lawyer, S F, res 1363 Sixth ave 
Goodman David, res 363 Fourth 
Goodman George, pres Oakland Artificial Stone Co, Schillinger 

patent, NE cor William and San Pablo ave 
Goodman John, hostler G Hunt, res 514 Fourteenth 
Goodman Julius, agt, res 363 Fourth 

Goodmansen Lawrence, capitalist, res 503 East Twenty-fourth 
Goodrich Addison, machinist, res East Sixteenth bet Twenty-third 

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Goodrich Charles T, farmer, res 1922 San Pablo ave 



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GOODRICH & NEWLON (W W Goodrich and F B Newlon) 
architects, 1004 Broadway 

Goodrich W, brakeman S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 

GOODRICH W W (Goodrich & Newlon) res Ashby ave, Berkeley 

Goodsell J Mrs, res 1517 Eighth 

Goodside Lena Mrs, domestic, res 819 Castro 

Goodsman James, wood and coal, 1467 Eighth, res 809 Henry 

Goodspeed P S, car cleaner S P Co, res 1777 William 

Goodwich Frank, butcher Martin M Samson, res 1019 Washing- 
ton 

Goodwin Emma Miss, saleslady Taft & Pennoyer, res 987 Wood 

Goodwin Frank, helper S P Co, res 987 Wood 

Goodwin Frank J, bookkeeper Pierce & Co, res 779 Sixth 

Goodwin Frank W, cooper, res 669 Adeline 

Goodwin H L, paper hanger, res 485 Twenty-fourth 

Goodwin J F, clerk J O Watkins, res San Pablo ave Station 

Goodwin L Miss, res 562 Eleventh 

Goodwin Thomas A, mining, res 987 Wood 

Goodwin W B, special officer, res 522 Thirty-fifth 

Goodwin William L, contractor and builder, res 1109 Campbell 

Goodwin William T, cooper, res 669 Adeline 

Goold Frances J Miss, res 1013 Linden 

Goold Henry P, coachman B F Stone, res 1311 Harrison 

Goold Sarah Mrs, res 1013 Linden 

Gooley Ann Mrs, domestic, res 828 Fifteenth 

Goos Peter, fireman S P Co, res 1651 Seventh 

Goraivan W I Mrs, res 1235 Poplar 

Gordon A Mrs, res 1770 Division 

Gordon A P, gripman Oakland Cable Co, res 1513 Brush 

Gordon Charles, barber C Miller, res 454 Eighth 

Gordon C M Mrs, nurse, res Lester House 

Gordon D Mrs, res 616 Second 

Gordon Frank, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 690 
Market 

Gordon Gertie Miss, res 1431 Webster 

Gordon H F, agt Home Mutual Insurance Co, res 1353 Webster 

Gordon James, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 

Gordon James E, carpenter, res 712 Filbert 

Gordon J E, driver milk wagon, res 1542 Adeline 

Gordon Jessie Mrs, res 919 Alice 

Gordon J H, carpenter, res 1919 Magnolia, rear 

Gordon Joseph F, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 712 
Filbert 

GORDON JOSEPH S G & CO, real estate and insurance, 424 Ninth 

Gordon Joseph S G (Joseph S G Gordon & Co) res 405 East 
Eleventh 

Gordon M E Mrs, teacher Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co, 
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Gordon N H, Home Mutual Insurance Co, S F, res 1431 Webster 

Gore Cyrus, contractor and builder, res 1010 Twenty-fourth 

Gorham Mollie Miss, res 351 (1020) Seventh ave 

Gorlden Ella Mrs, res 620 Seventeenth 

Gorman — , cook, res 711 Castro 

Gorman Charles, clerk McGovern & Cahill, res 1613 Myrtle 

Gormley George, waiter Galindo Hotel 

Gorrill Addie Mrs, res The Centennial 

Gorrill C H Mrs, res 2441 Piedmont ave 

Gorrill Richard W, bridge builder and contractor, S F, res 1231 

Myrtle 
Gorsuch Lizzie M Mrs, res 1457 Broadway 
Gorton S E Mrs, res 378 East Seventeenth 
Gosling Horace, ship carpenter, res 1269 Twenty-sixth 
Goss Elizabeth, res 1167 Center 
Gotchett Caroline Mrs, res 1081 East Twenty-third 
Gotchett Oliver, res 1081 East Twenty-third 
Goth Thomas, solicitor, res Wilcox Block 
Gotte Henry J, elevator, S F, res 958 New Broadway 
Gottschalk Annie Miss, domestic Robert Bixby, nr end Fruit 

Vale ave 
Gottsche John, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 618 Chestnut 
GOTTSHALL L (Scotchler & Gottshall) 1010 Broadway, res 

Gottshall Building, Berkeley 
Gough Henry J, laborer, res 1625 Union 
Gould Abram F, miller Encinal Flour Mills, res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould Alexander E, machine agt, res 870 Twenty-sixth 
Gould C A, brakeman S P Co, res 1756 Seward 
Gould C B (C B Gould & Co) res 966 Madison 
Gould C B & Co (C B Gould) real estate, res 422 Eighth 
Gould Charles, rubber goods, res 1986 Webster 
Gould Charles A, brakeman S P Co, res 1756 Seward 
Gould Henry (Gould & Williamson) res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould Jesse, flour packer Encinal Flour Mills, res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould Minnie Miss, res 653 Seventh 
Gould Nelson C, car repairer S P Co.. res 945 Wood 
Gould Norman, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co.. res American 

House 
Gould Seriah H, commercial traveler Batchelder & Wilder, S F, 

res 855 Twentieth 
Gould Susan Mrs, res 609 Park ave 

Gould William, flour packer Samm's Mill, res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould & Williamson (Henry Gould and William Williamson) 

proprs Encinal Flour Mills, 751 and 753 Washington 
Gouldin J C, res Fruit Vale ave nr East, Fourteenth 
Goulding Carrie, dressmaker, res 1322 Telegraph ave 
Gourreau Wilfred, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 758 

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Gove A B Capt, res 2437 Piedmont ave 

Gove Charles A, grain grader, S F, res 1759 Seward 

Gove Edward V, clerk, res 1014 Chestnut 

Gove Frank L, salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1213 Chestnut 

Gove John H, carpenter, res 1014 Chestnut 

Govereau Wilfred, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 758 

Jefferson 
Gowell Edith L Miss, res 2121 East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Go well Frank B, student, res 2121 East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Gowell Kate E Mrs, res 2121 East Fourteenth 
Gowell Orrin, mining, res 2121 East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Gowen Charles, ship carpenter, res 1116 Center 
Gowen Charles Mrs, branch bakery, res 1116 Center 
Gowen J V, ship carpenter S P Co, res Berkeley 
Gowen Mary Mrs, res Girard House 
Gower Elizabeth Mrs, res 528 Eighteenth 
Gowing George, sewing machine agt, res 472 East Eleventh 
Gowing G Mrs, teacher piano, res 472 East Eleventh 
Graber Louis, brewer Washington Brewery, res 1324 Fifth 
Giaber T F, atty-at-law, 854 J Broadway, res Berkeley 
Grabs August, butcher, 1783 Seventh, res 1779 William 
Grace An astasia, domestic, 949 Filbert 
Grace Church (Episcopal) Hamilton Lee pastor, Forty-fourth nr 

Telegraph ave 
Gracev Eugene W, painter, res 377 East Eleventh 
GRACEY HATTERAS S, printer, 377 East Eleventh 
Gracey Mary J Mrs, res 377 East Eleventh 
Gracey Samuel, res 377 East Eleventh 
Gradv Delia, hosiery department California Hosiery Co, res 1103 

third 
Grady Michael, laborer, res 1355 Eighteenth 
Graf Herman, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Graf Louis, car builder Oakland Planing Mills, res 2070 Market 
Graff Charles J, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1067 

Thirty-second 
Graff Emma Miss, dressmaker J F Wood, res 1067 Thirty-second 
Graff J M, upholsterer, res 814 Twenty-seventh 
Graff Louis, carpenter, res Overland House 
Graff Peter, painter, res 1067 Thirty-second 
Graffelmann Henry P, plumber, res 816 Cedar 
Graffelmann Margaret Mrs, res 816 Cedar 
Gragy John, laborer Blind Asylum, res 2233 Magnolia 
Graham Cornelius H, res 660 Twenty-fifth 
Graham C T, civil engineer, res Blake House 
Graham Edward, expressman, res 1011 Pine 

Graham Frederick, druggist John Fearn, res Washington Hotel 
Graham George, milkman, res Erie House, rm 4 
Graham George S, delivery clerk H Schellhaas, res Capitol Hotel 






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Graham J A Mrs, res 1012 East Sixteenth 

Graham John, millwright, S F, res 1709 Chase 

Graham John M, res s s Weston ave nr Telegraph ave 

Graham John W, bookkeeper W C Price & Co, res 1155 Market 

Graham Maggie Mrs, res 1521 Ninth 

Graham Mary Mrs, res 1408 Fifteenth 

Graham Mary Miss, res 660 Twenty-fifth 

Graham Mary A Mrs, res Washington Hotel 

Graham May Miss, student, res 1116 Filbert 

Graham Robert G, cashier J V Case, res 1521 Ninth 

Graham Rosa, domestic, res 962 Chester 

Graham Williamson, res 276 Eleventh 

Graham W M Mrs, res 306 Fourteenth 

Grainger Lizzie Miss, res 1911 Union 

Grainger Sarah Mrs, res 1911 Union 

Grampnor Richard, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Grand Army Hall, 419 Thirteenth 

Grand Central, Mrs M E Horr propr, 475 Ninth 

GRAND CENTRAL COFFEE PARLORS, Simonsen & Lilienthal 
proprietors, 469 Seventh 

Grand Western Hotel and Restaurant, John A Henninger propr, 
1756 and 1758 Seventh 

Grandbois Joseph, blacksmith, res cor Folsom and Twelfth 

Grandbois M D, carpenter, res 560 Franklin 

Grandjean Elise, teacher, res 1020 Oak 

Grandjean Henry, merchant, S F, res 1038 Peraita 

Grandjean Peter, ivory turner, S F, res 1042 Peraita 

Grandjien P Mrs, artist, res 1674 Telegraph ave 

Grandona Jesse, employe California Jute Mills 

Graney Ambrose, laborer, res 1368 Eighteenth 

Graney Kate Mrs, res 1368 Eighteenth 

Grangers, Temescal Grange, meets first and third Saturdays "at 
Odd Fellows Hall 

Grant A L Miss, res 1303 Third ave 

Grant Arthur E, printer, res 309 Third 

Grant C, laborer S P Co, res 862 Cedar 

Grant Cyrus, mining, res 860 Cedar 

Grant Etta Miss, res cor East Twenty-fourth and Eleventh ave 

Grant George, accountant Nevada Bank, res SW cor Twenty- 
first ave and East Twenty-eighth 

Grant George E, merchant, res 1303 Third ave 

Grant George E Jr, clerk, S F, res 1303 Third ave 

Grant Horace A, ship joiner, res cor Eleventh ave and East Twenty- 
fourth 

Grant Jennie Miss res cor Eleventh ave and East Twenty -fourth 

Grant Lizzie Miss, res 572 Tenth 

Grant Peter B, storekeeper distillery office, res 572 Tenth 

Grant Robert C, brass moulder, S F, res 623 Sixth 



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Grant School, Mrs Elizabeth Powell principal, cor Broadway and 
Prospect 

Grase Anastasia, domestic, res 949 Filbert 

Grases James E (Grases & Sanderson) res 269 Fifth 

Grases Marv J Mrs, dressmaker, res 269 Fifth 

Grassey Thomas, employe California Jute Mills 

Grasso D (J Corsigla & Co) res 408 Seventh 

Grassy Marie Mrs, res 1370 Broadway 

Grasyean C A, with Puget Sound Lumber Co, cor First and Wash- 
ington 

Graul Catherine Mrs, res 1067 Thirty-second 

Gravatt William, plasterer, res 823 Sixteenth 

Graves George H, lineman telegraph repairing, res 567 Thirty- 
sixth 

Graves Henry P, contractor and builder, res 1731 Myrtle 

Graves Jennie L, operator Western Union Telegraph Co, S F, res 
1731 Myrtle 

Graves Joseph, steward, res 714 Fourth 

Graves Julia Mrs, nurse, Rockridge Park 

Graves Lillie Miss, res 714 Fourth 

Graves William, painter, res 836 Broadway 

Graves William H H, Safe Deposit Bank, S F, res 512 Seven- 
teenth 

Gray A, bridge' builder S P Co, res 720 Fourth 

Gray Asaph, cuyer Safety Nitro Powder Co, S F, res 254 Eighth 

Gray Bessie F Miss, res 760 Tenth 

Gray Celia, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Gray Clarence H, bookkeeper, S F, res 1300 Webster 

Gray Cormac, truckman, res 572 East Fourteenth 

Gray Dalles P (Gray & McCloud) res 609 Seventeenth 

Gray E H Rev, pastor First Baptist Church, res 763 Twelfth 

Gray Ella Miss, res 560 East Twenty-second 

Gray Emma J Mrs, furniture store, 467 and 481 Twelfth 

Gray Fannie H Mrs, teacher kindergarten, res 754 Tenth 

Gray Florence Miss, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Gray George, contractor, res 560 East Twenty-second 

Gray George, miner, res 1912 Broadway 

Gray George, mgr Alameda Macadamizing Co 

Gray George D, lumber, S F, res 760 Tenth 

Gray George Jr, res 560 East Twenty-second 

Gray Giles H, atty-at-law, S F, res 754 Tenth 

Gray John, grocer, 669 East Thirty-second 

Gray John J, teamster, res 572 East Fourteenth 

Gray John W Mrs, res 930 Adeline 

Gray L, farmer, res e s Broadway nr Temescal Creek 

Gray Lillie Miss, res 669 East Thirtv-second 

Gray Mabel T Miss, res 760 Tenth " 

Gray Mary Mrs, res 675 Tenth 



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Gray Mary F Mrs, housekeeper, res 1053 Center 

Gray Mary J Miss, res 669 East Thirty-second 

Gray Mary Miss, shirtmaker M J Keller, res Fruit Vale 

GRAY & iVIcCLOUD (D P Gray and R H McCloud) tobacconists 

and billiard parlor,- 1115 Broadway 
Gray Minnie Miss, res 560 East Twenty-second 
Gray M L, farmer, res e s New Broadway nr College ave 
Gray M S Mrs, res 2124 East Fourteenth 
Gray Nathaniel (N Gray & Co, S F) res 758 Tenth 
Gray Nellie Miss, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Gray R W, agency Standard sewing machine, 1 167 Washington 
Gray Robert W, engineer S P Co, res 1367 Thirteenth ave 
Gray Roscoe S, stenographer W T Coleman & Co, S F, res 1053 

Center 
Gray Samuel, painter, res 1717 Market 
Gray Scott Thomas, steward hotel, res 1717 Atlantic 
Gray Susie Miss, res 669 East Thirty-second 
Gray Thomas, seaman, res 355 B 

Gray Thomas, coal business, S F, res Grand Western Hotel 
Gray Thomas, truckman, res 572 East Fourteenth 
Gray Thomas H, employe S P Co, res Monroe nr Adeline 



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Grayan Lizzie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 'v^r 

Grayson George, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 751 

Castro 
Grayson George W (Grayson, Owen & Co) res cor Ninth and 
Q«^ Madison 

>-> GRAYSON GEORGE W JR (Roberts & Grayson) 483 Ninth 
©?J Grayson Joseph, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, bds 751 
Castro 
Q^ Grayson May, saleslady Mrs S Silverbergs, res 751 Castro 
^i Grayson Nathan, capitalist, res 568 Twenty-fifth 
5^r\ Grayson, Owen & Co (G W Grayson, W J Owen and J W Phil- 
lips) wholesale butchers, 456 Eighth, rm 1 
Grayson William, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Works, bds 751 
Castro 
^H Graystone House, Mrs Ada I Gage propr, 418 Twelfth 
C> Greaney John, contractor, res 828 Lydia 
Grear A Mrs, res 511 Tenth 
Grear B Miss, dressmaker, res 511 Tenth 
Great American Importing Tea Co, 1301 San Pablo and 917 

Broadway 
Greaves William, tailor, 762 Seventh 

Greely R P M, wholesale wood dealer, res 1668 Fourteenth 
Green — , plumber and gasfitter, res 843 Isabella 

Green Conrad, pastor Evangelical Association, res 1708 Lincoln . ^_ 
Green Edmund, mining operator, S F, res 1317 Jackson ^B 

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Green Edmund F, sec Pacific Surety Co, S F, res 1317 Jackson 

Green Edward B, night clerk S P C, bds 523 Sixteenth 

Green Frank, shaper hand Oakland Planing Mills, res 721 Fourth 

Green George, house painter, res 825 Henry 

Green George C, machinist S P Co, res 1836| Seventh 

Green H, brakeman S P Co, res 705 Castro 

Green Harry E E, employe R R Co, res 762 Wood 

Green Henry, farmer, res 726 Myrtle 

Green J Mrs, res 573 Seventh 

Green James A, employe S P Co, res 1031 Willow 

Green Jerome B, dairyman, res 1750 Webster 

Green John, plumber and gasfitter O M Sanford, res 1461 San 
Pablo ave 

Green John, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res Commercial 
Union Hotel 

Green John G, laborer, res 121 Hannah 

Green John J, painter, res w s Maple bet Temescal ave and 
Birch 

Green Joseph, barber, 1164 Broadway, res White House 

Green Joseph, wiper S P Co, res 862 Castro 

Green Louis, matress maker C Schreiber, res 829 Myrtle 

Green Lucy Mrs, res 721 Fourth 

Green Milton L, res 1458 Broadway 

Green Rhoda Mrs, nurse, res 1559 Broadway 

Green R W, solicitor, res New York Hotel 

Green S Mrs, res 764 Fourth 

Green T Mrs, S F, res 573 Seventh 

Green William, watchman, res 560 Franklin 

Green William, longshoreman, res St Louis House 

Green William, picker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 151 Second 

Green William, with J J Hannifin 

Green W J Mrs, res 911 Webster 

Greenberg, William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Greene Edward M, artist, res 549 Fortieth 

Greene George J, water tender steamer City of Sydney, res 1366 
Eleventh ave 

Greene W E, judge Department 3 Superior Court, res 1226 Four- 
teenth 

Greene William, porter J Anderson, res 953 Third 

Greenebaum William B, commercial traveler, res 717 Tenth 

Greenhood Bernhardt, res 816 Fifteenth 

Greenhood Jacob (Greenhood & Moran) res 1463 Telegraph ave 

Greenhood Joseph M, groceries, 1819 San Pablo ave 

Greenhood Max, dry goods, Broadway, res 1212 Clay 

Greenhood & Moran (Jacob Greenhood and J T Moran) clothing 
and men's furnishing goods, 1019 Broadway 

GREENHOOD SOL, fancy goods and trimmings, 1157 Broad- 
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Greenlaw Harry, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Greenleaf A S Mrs, res 1315 Franklin 

Greenleaf George F, laborer, res 1625 Eighth ave 

Greenleaf John B, teamster, res 1625 Eighth ave 

Greenman E E Mrs, teacher Durant School, res 311 Fourth 

Greenough C C (Charles Smith & Co) res 1946 Linden 

Greenwald F, patrolman, res 1731 Willow 

Greenwood F W, plasterer, res 565 Eleventh 

Greenwood James, sailor, res 4tf 8 Tenth 

Greenzweig G & Co (George Greenzweig and Max J Franklin) 

wholesale jewelers, S F, office 1311 San Pablo ave 
Greenzweig George (George Greenzweig & Co) res 1311 San Pablo 



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Gregg Andrew J, carpenter, res 990 Willow 

Gregg A R Mrs, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 

Gregg Joseph T, laborer S P Co, res SW cor Webster and Pacific 

Gregfir Louisa L, compositor, res 990 Willow 

Gregg Mattie A, compositor, res 990 Willow 

Gregg Minnie Miss, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 

Gregg Minnie A, res 990 Willow 

Gregg William, laborer S P Co, res Alameda 

Greggy John, gardener Home for Adult Blind 

Gregory H E Mrs, res 1403 Jackson 

Gregory H P, importer of machinery, res 1403 Jackson 

Gregory John, gardener, res 2233 Magnolia 

Gregory William, mining, res 1384 Franklin 

Gregson Harrison, Oakland and Berkeley Express, stand NE cor 

Eighth and Broadway, res Berkeley 
GRESSLER CHARLES A, barber and oculist, 707 East Twelfth, 

res same 
Greve Charles, teamster Contra Costa Pickle Works, res 1166 

East Fourteenth 
Grey Albert, laborer S P Co, res 720 Fourth 
Grey George, poultry yard, res 1912 Broadway 
Gribble Charles, laborer, res 726 Union • 
Grieser John, boots and shoes, 420J Eleventh 
Grieves Matthew M, employe S P Co, res 1789 Seventh 
Grieves William, painter S P Co, res Smith House 
Griffin Mrs, res 927 Linden 

Griffin Charles D, mining engineer, res 1379 Jackson 
Griffin Charles R, clerk M J Keller, res 610 Fourteenth 
Griffin Charles W, clerk M J Keller, res 610 Fourteenth 
Griffin Emma F, governess, res 1221 Linden 
GRIFFIN HENRY E. general insurance agent, 958 Broadway, res 

1204 Harrison 
Griffin I G Miss, music teacher, res 566 Eleventh 
Griffin John D, engineer S P Co, res 1314 Eighth 
Griffin Kate, domestic J Canning, 954 Sixteenth 



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Griffin Lizzie R Mrs, teacher High School, res 566 Eleventh 

Griffin M, laborer S P Co, res 1855 Short 

Griffin Mamie, domestic, 1304 Franklin 

Griffin M C Mrs, nurse, res 1314 Eighth 

Griffin Michael B, res 1561 Eighth 

Griffin Sadie E Mrs, res 1379 Jackson 

Griffin Thomas, gardener I L Requa, Piedmont 

Griffin Thomas G, cutler, S F, res 510 Fifth 

Griffin Thomas H, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1561 Eighth 

Griffin Thomas K, marine reporter Guide, S F, res 1358 Eighth 

Griffin William, carpenter, res 1437 San Pablo ave 

Griffin William, res 909 Fifth 

Griffin Will D, bookkeeper Wertheimer & Co, S F, res 1561 

Eighth 
Griffing Ernest, cutter California Jute Mills, res 1576 Telegraph 

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Griffing George J, mining, res 521 Nineteenth 
Griffing William, mgr Great American Importing Tea Co, 1301 

San Pablo ave, res 521 Nineteenth 
Griffith Ed, employe O C Coiner, res 422 Twentieth 
Griffith W A, carpenter, res 542 Twentieth 
Griffiths David D, civil engineer, res 1514 San Pablo ave 
Griffiths J J, bookbinder, res 1059 Wood 
Griggs C E, foreman book publishing department Pacific Press, 

res 1003 Chester 
Griggs Julia Mrs, dressmaker, res 1003 Chester 
Grigsby E D, farmer, res 1217 Market 
Grimes William H, clerk, res 1625 Grove 
Grimes W V, physician and surgeon, 854 J Broadway, rms 15 

and 16 
Grimke Henry F, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Grimke Henry T, artist, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove 
Grimke Lizzie Miss, res n s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Grimm August, supt Oak Grove Tannery, res 1055 East Twelfth 
Grimme Charles T, salesman J C Sullivan & Co and extraman 

Engine No 2, Oakland Fire Department, res 523 Tenth 
Grim wood A D, mgr Title Insurance Co, S F, res cor East Four- 
teenth and Adeline 
Grim wood William, res cor East Fourteenth and Adeline 
Grind ley John H, sales man, S F, res 255 West 
Gripp John, bookkeeper, S F, res 774 Eleventh 
Grisel Aurelia, dressmaker, res 859 Clay 
Griser John, shoemaker, 420 Eleventh 
Griswold Charles P, clerk freight auditor's office S P Co, S F, res 

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Griswold M M Mrs, res 1614 Eighth 

Grobe Henry, gardener William Clift, 1547 San Pablo ave 

Groff Augustus, painter, res 714 Castro 

Groff Charles, painter, res 714 Castro 

Grogan Lizzie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Grogan Thomas, employe California Jute Mills 

Grogan William, employe California Jute Mills 

Grogan William, res 1616 Seventeenth 

Grogen William, res 317 Third 

Gronberg Daniel A, first officer steamer Alexander, res 1412 
Thirteenth ave 

Grondona Carl, gardener, res Thirteenth bet Wood and Pine 

Grondona Dominico, gardener, res Thirteenth bet Wood and Pine 

Grondona Jesse, fireman California Jute Mills, res Wood bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Grondona Joseph, engineer, S F, res Wood bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth 

Grondona Joseph, vegetable garden, SW cor Wood and Thir- 
teenth 

Gronholt Andrew, res Twelfth nr Powell 

Groon Andrew, res 1783 William 

Grosjean Charles A, clerk Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 518 Clay 

Gross Charles, carpenter, res 1332 Kirkham 

Gross Charles W, apprentice G W Stimpson, res 1379 Broadway 

Gross David, cigar maker, res 962 Market 

Gross Henry, jeweler, S F, res 1685 Eighth 

Gross James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Gross J F, carpenter S P Co, res 920 Wood 

Gross William G C, marble yard, 855 Franklin, res 1340 Kirk- 
ham 

Grosshans John D, grocer, 1390 Telegraph ave 

Grossmayer William, clerk, res Kelsey House 

Grossmeyer Henry, stock broker, S F, res Kelsey House 

Grosso C, carriageman, res 555 Fourth 

Grotheer Frederick, employe S P Co, res 1328 Kirkham 

Grother J F, tailor P Reader, res Eureka Hotel 

Grouett Thomas, res 362 Ninth 

Grove Louise, teacher, res 546 Twenty-fourth 

Grove Street School, Mrs N D Stanford principal, -Grove bet 
Fourth and Fifth 

Grove Will C, student, res 546 Twenty-fourth 

Groves Andrew, blacksmith, res 313 Sixth 

Grow Almerin, clergyman, 713 Seventh 

Grubbs A J, porter S P Co, res 311 Seventh 

Gruber Charlotte Mrs, res 368 Second 

Gruenwald Michel, Piedmont Exchange, 858 Washington 

Gruettner Daniel, gardener, 764 Twenty-first 

Gram Richard, driver McAvoy & McCarthy, 873 Washington 



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Grummett James, blacksmith, s s Thirty-ninth bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove 
Grush Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 1474 Thirteenth ave 
Grush Henry, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry, res 1413 

Fifteenth 
Grush M J Mrs, res 1474 Thirteenth ave 
Guard Reginald T, clerk J D Spreckels & Co, S F, res 1059 

Eighth ave 
Guardia Criotoforo Colombo, meets 416 Eighth 
Guardian Lodge No 184, meets 1056 Broadway 
Guerin Mary, res Fairmont House 
Guerin Nellie, domestic, 853 East Fifteenth 
Guest H L Mrs, res 1717 Chestnut 
Guetner Ernest, gardener, res 363 Orchard 

Guffin Harry, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 557 Seventh 
Guffin Vira Mrs, res 557 Seventh 
Guider Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Guido Joseph, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 1059 East 

Eighteenth 
Guido Manuel, laborer, res 1059 East Eighteenth 
Guild David, moulder Occidental Mills, S F, res 117 Helen 
Guines Alice Miss, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Guines Edward, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Guines Theodore, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Gulbies Mary, employe Oakland Pickle Factory, res 493 Laurel 

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Gulbies Otto Mrs, employe Oakland Pickle Factory, res 493 

Laurel ave 
Gulbies Otto, laborer Oakland Pickle Factory, res 493 Laurel 

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Guldner Ernest H, gardener, res 363 Orchard 
Gulick Anna Mrs, res cor Second and Oak 
Gullieon G B, res 2024 Broadway 
Gullixson Louis, bookkeeper Independent Planing Mills, res 

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Gumperts Miss, saleslady, res 1157 Broadway 
Gundele Petar, laborer Brooklyn Brewery, res 871 East Four- 
teenth 
Gunderson Dina, domestic, 962 Thirty-fifth 
Gunderson Robert, hostler, res 2111 Adeline 
Gunderson Sophy Mrs, res 118 Ettie 
Gundlach Annie Miss, res 1116 Second ave 
Gunn Charles T, night watchman Eagle Box Factory, res 823 

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Gunn Gertrude Miss, res 912 Sixth ave 
Gunn G W, captain, res w s Adeline nr Benton 
Gunn John, res 1427 Filbert 
Gunn M A Mrs, res w s Adeline nr Benton 

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Gunn Robert, capitalist, res 912 Sixth ave 

Gunther Charles G, meat market, 1328 Telegraph ave and 1321 

Broadway, res 1464 Telegraph ave 
Gunther F Allan, professor of music, res 1770 San Pablo ave 
Gunzeler Charles, barkeeper, res 477 Eighth 
Guppy A R, civil engineer, res 1102 Tenth 
Gurnett A G, stock broker, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Gurnett Frank, blacksmith, res 827 Twenty-ninth 
Gurnett L G, bookkeeper, S F, res 464 Twentieth 
Gurnett T G, salesman Pierce & Co, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Gurnett Will J, piano tuner, res 464 Twentieth 
Gurnett W J, bookkeeper A G Gurnett, res 464 Twentieth 
Gurney W F, brakeman S P Co, res West Oakland Hotel 
Gushee George E, blacksmith S P Co, res 866 Willow 
Guthe Anna, res 1373 Grove 
Guthrie David, coachman, 176 Lake 
Gutterson Arthur L, bookkeeper, res 616 Eighteenth 
Gutterson Fred S, musician, res 616 Eighteenth 
Gutterson M Marie Miss, teacher piano, res 616 Eighteenth 
Guy William, marble cutter and carver, res 810 Campbell 
Gwynneth Elizabeth F Mrs, res 513 East Fifteenth 
Gyunlinovii Lorenzo, res cor Sixth and Franklin 

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714 Eleventh 

Haak William, bridge carpenter C PR R, res 954 New Broadway 

Haar Henry, groceries, 1472 Seventh 

Haas Chas, laborer Oakland Pickle Factory, res 1789 Grove 

Haas G Warner, foreman tinsmith E F Delger, res 719 Linden 

Haas Thomas (Westermann & Co) res Washington Brewery 

Haberlin J Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 1815 Goss 

Haberlin James, watchman Home for Adult Blind, res 1815 Goss 

Habicht Anna E Mrs, res cor Second ave and Birch 

Hackandorn George F, laborer, res cor Fontainebleu ave and Mon- 
roe 

Hackett Edward Capt, U S shipping commissioner, S F, res 
1303 Jackson 

Hackett H, carpenter S P Co, res 1787 Seventh 

Hackett James, brick mason, res 362 Seventh 

Hackett Lindsey S, switchman, res 820 Wood 

Hackett M Mrs, res 362 Seventh 

Hackett Maggie Miss, clerk, S F, res 362 Seventh 

Hackett Mary, domestic, 573 Seventeenth 

Hackett Rose Miss, res 362 Seventh 

Hackett Samuel, assistant Dr I S Halsey, res 869 Washington 

Hackett W J, captain steamer Bay City, res 1303 Jackson 



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Haden Michael, laborer, res 309 Second 

Hader Henr}^ poulterer, res cor Cameron and Summer 

Hadley Emeline Mrs, res 821 Adeline 

Hadley J E, agt J E Smith, res 1153 Seventh 

Hadlich Fredericka Mrs, res s s Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave 
and Grove 

Hadlich Louis, candy maker, S F, res s s Thirty-eighth bet Tele- 
graph ave and Grove 

Haelke H L, landscape gardener, res 1466 Grove 

Haesloop Fredericka Mrs, res 950 Kirkham 

Hafley Phillie Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1069 
West 

Hagamore Sarah Mrs, cook, 810 Alice 

Hagan Peter A., laborer, res 567 Fortieth 

Hagar Carl, driver Domestic Sewing Machine Co, S F, res 2 Maple 

Hagar E C Mrs, artist, res Playter Block 

Hagar Edward C, salesman Charles Eaton, S F, res Summit ave 

Hagar James, laborer S P Co 

Hagar Matilda Mrs, res 2 Maple 

Hageman Louisa Mrs, res 558 Twentieth 

Hagemore Sarah Mrs, domestic, res 2124 East Fourteenth 

Hagen John, carpenter, res 483 Merrimac 

Hagen T Miss, dressmaker Mrs H T Wallace, res 756 Seventh 

Hager D C, commercial traveler 

Hager Cfeorge D, carpenter, res 925 Thirty-fifth 

Hager Ida, domestic, 1263 Harrison 

Hager James, baggage transfer S P Co, res 1560 Eighth 

HAGER LEWIS N> proprietor Nevada Livery and Sale Stables 
and wood, coal, hay and grain, 2814 Telegraph ave 

Hagerty David, lab6rer, res Winthrop House 

Haggart Charles, picker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res cor 
First and Franklin 

Haggerty — , res Sunnyside House 

Haggerty Mrs, res 544 Webster, rear 

Haggerty Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Haggerty Dan (D Haggerty & Co) res 721 Myrtle 

Haggerty D & Co (D Haggerty and John Abraham) fruits and 
produce, res 1734 Seventh 

Haggerty John, baker Ward Bros, res 721 Myrtle 

Haggerty George, gripman Oakland Cable Co, res 1625 Grove 

Haggerty Michael, speculator, res 721 Myrtle 

Haggerty Patrick, blacksmith, res 721 Myrtle 

Hagget A C Mrs, res 860 Clay 

Hagist Edward, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 1561 West 

Hagist Freda, res 1925 Webster 

Hagman P M, shipping and commission, res Fruit Vale 

Hagstrome Louise Miss, domestic, res 1313 Madison 

Hague A Mrs, music teacher, res 1169 Brush 



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g h Hahn H E, tailor M J Keller, bds 319 Eleventh 
3 " Hahn Henry, capitalist, res 1662 Seventh 

Hahn Henry C, engineer S P Co, res 1662 Seventh 

Hahn J, tailor M J Keller, res 319 Eleventh 

Hahn John, laborer S P Co, res 1164 Thirty-second 

Hahn L W, plumber and extraman Engine Co No 3, Oakland 

Fire Department, res 661 Ninth 
Hahn L W Mrs, with McGovern & Cahill, res 661 Ninth 
Hahn William, painter, res 319 Eleventh 
Haiden Fidereka, res 239 Harlan 

Haile F E, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res Alameda 
Haines Bertha Mrs, nurse, res 957 Campbell 
Haines Charles D, employe Academy of Science, S F, res 1214 

West 
Haines Charles W, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines E A, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines Frank, clerk S P Co, res 981 Center 
Haines Harry, student, res 1258 Webster 
Haines John J, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Haines Joseph D, electric pen printing, res 1214 West 
Haines Martin, res Winters Hotel 
Haines Thornton W, farmer, res 277 Tenth 
Hains Lawrence, res 829 Oak 
Hair Samuel, plumber, gasfitter and tinner, 960 Seventh, res 

1087 Third 
Hair Samuel Jr, plumber, res 1087 Third 
^hJ ! Haire James, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 1054 Broadway 
^^ | Halbert Hugh, hostler New York Bakery, res cor Twelfth and 
q^ Poplar 

r— ^ Hale H Miss, music teacher, res 916 Myrtle 
F~ Hale H A Mrs, branch bakery, 533 Eighth 

MJJj Hale Harriet Miss, teacher instrumental music Hopkins Academy 
Hale Horace, weigher warehouse Oakland Ice Co, res 314 Ninth 
Hale Jennie Mrs, housekeeper, res 970 Cypress 
Hale Lester M, clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1107 Tenth ave 
Hale Lizzie Miss, res 1107 Tenth ave 
Hale R H Mrs, res 1107 Tenth ave 
Hale S J Mrs, res 970 Cypress 
Hale Titus, dairyman, res 864 Peralta 
Hale William E, sheriff; res 1212 Castro 
Hale William H, plumber J C Bullock, res 1724 Twelfth 
HALEY C S. M. D, secretary Heald's Business College, res Lake 

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Haley James, hostler Dexter Stables, res 736 Linden 
Haley Michael, hostler Oakland Railroad Co 

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Haley Patrick, wharfinger, res 814 Brush 

Haley Patrick, laborer, res 1815 Seventh 

Haley Patrick, laborer Oakland Planing Mills, res 416 Seventh 

Hall — , employe S P Co, res 883 Cedar 

Hall Agnes, mender California Hosiery Co, res 614 Seventeenth 

Hall Annie Miss, res 635 Fourteenth 

Hall Annie Miss, cashier Grand Western Hotel 

Hall Anthony, engineer, res 1158 Union 

Hall Augustus, carpenter, res 970 Cypress 

Hall Azel B, res 1360 Harrison 

Hall Benjamin, clerk U S custom house, S F, res 366 Prospect 

ave 
Hall Bessie Miss, res 635 Fourteenth 
Hall Bristol, commercial traveler, res SW cor Diamond and New 

Broadway 
Hall Charles, salesman F R Stevenson & Co, res 970 Cypress*. 
Hall Charles, res 635 Fourteenth 
Hall Charles H, res 1357 Eleventh ave 
Hall Charles H, switchman C P R R, res 1877 William 
Hall Clarence H, res 1601 Telegraph ave 
Hall Edward L, collector, S F, res 602 East Fourteenth 
Hall Eliza A Mrs, domestic, res 921 Poplar 
Hall E M, stock broker, S F, bds 1257 Jackson 
Hall F J, cleaner S P Co, res 883 Cedar 
Hall Frank B, engineer S P Co, res cor Evoy and Lusk 
Hall Frank M, lumber inspector, S F, res 161 Seventh 
Hall Frank T, painter, res 1256 Alice 
Hall George, employe S P Co, res 1610 William 
Hall George H, laborer S P Co, res 1010 William 
Hall George J, steward Grand Western Hotel 
H*all George M, miner, res 1610 William 
Hall 'George W, laborer S P Co, res 779 Sixth 
Hall Georgia Miss, res 161 Seventh 
Hall H J, employe Pope & Talbot, S F, res 138 Helen 
Hall Henry, painter, res 517 Ninth 
Hall Henry M, student, res 1361 Twelfth 
Hall Hubbard E, atty-at-law, S F, res 1601 Telegraph ave 
Hall Hubbard K, S F, res 1601 Telegraph ave 
Hall Isaac, carpenter, res 970 Cypress 
Hall J, cleaner, res 118 Louise 
Hall J A, employed P Co,' res 727 Chester 
Hall Jasqui A Mrs, res 613 Eighteenth 
Hall Jennie Miss, bds 1257 Jackson 
Hall Job, car cleaner S P Co, res 118 Louise 
Hall John, yardman S P Co, res 423 Second 
Hall John A, grocer, res 1361 Twelfth 
Hall John T (J T Hall & Co) res 1555 San Pablo ave 
Hall Joseph, mill man, res 690 Market 



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Hall Joshua, painter S P Co, res 614 Seventeenth 

HALL J T & CO, druggists, 1451 San Pablo ave 

Hall Kate Miss, res 635 Fourteenth 

Hall M A Mrs, res 1357 Eleventh ave 

Hall Mamie Miss, res n s Lusk nr Fortieth 

Hall Mary Mrs, propr Charter Oak Hotel, 1763 Seventh 

Hall Mary D Mrs, res w s Lusk nr Fortieth 

Hall May Miss, res 1704 Seward 

Hall Norman W, clerk A & P R R, res Temescal 

Hall Otho N, clerk Manheim & Stafer, S F, res 635 Four- 
teenth 

Hall of Records, Broadway bet Fourth and Fifth 

Hall Richard, apprentice Thomas Crabtree, res 415 Fifth 

Hall Richard B, solicitor, res 161 Seventh 

Hall R R, painter E Olney, res 1733 Market 

Hall S A Douglas, machinist Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 
1361 Twelfth 

Hall Samuel, carpenter, res 227 Louise 

Hall Samuel P, district atty Alameda County and atty-at-law, 
res 1220 Union 

HALL THOMAS Ttf, D D S, dentist, office 1104 Broadway, res 
2203 West 

Hall Thomas, hostler, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 

Hall William, clerk S Vail, res Twelfth nr Powell 

Hall William, carpenter, res 842 Twenty-ninth 

Hall William H, painter S P Co, res 758J Willow 

Hall William H, dairyman, res w s Lusk nr Fortieth 

Hallahan Alexander, extra driver Engine No 2, res 470 Sixth 

Hallahan Andrew, propr Palace Restaurant, 968 Broadway, res 
1013 Franklin 

HALLAHAN BROS (Thomas and George D) proprietors Califor- 
nia Restaurant, 854 Broadway 

Hallahan Daniel J, letter carrier, res 856 Harrison 

Hallahan Florence, tailor, 954 Broadway, res 856 Harrison 

HALLAHAN GEORGE D (Hallahan Bros) res 967 Frank- 
lin 

Hallahan Henry J, boxmaker Eagle Box Manufacturing Co, res 
529 Third 

Hallahan John, laborer, res 529 Third 

Hallahan Michael J, painter, res 1809 Grove "*•* 

HALLAHAN THOMAS (Hallahan Bros) res 1866 Market 

Hallahan Thomas, laborer, res 223 Hannah 

Halle H, laborer, res 655 Washington 

Halle John, teamster Fisher & Taylor, res NE cor First and 
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Hallenbach Ellen, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Hallenbeck L Mrs, res 937 Willow 

Hallerhan John, laborer, res 1816 Grove 



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Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton (George H Hallett, Pliny Bartlett and 
P E Dalton) proprs Contra Costa Laundry Association, laun- 
dry cor Fourteenth and Kirkham, office 857 Broadway and 
56 Sacramento, S F 

Hallett Charles O Capt, commercial traveler, res 1472 Twelfth 

Hallett George H (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res S F 

Hallett John, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Hallett Thomas, master mariner, res 1156 Broadway 

Halliday Edward, waiter, res 1054 Broadway 

Halliday William, laborer S P Co, res 1416 Fifteenth 

Halligan Eliza Mrs, res 712 Third I 

Hallihan Mrs, res 712 Third 

Hallnan William, finisher City Brass Works, res 473 Fourth 

Halloran Annie, domestic, res 1125 Adeline 

Halloran Maurice, laborer, res 732 Chester 

Halloran Maurice, res 1691 Seventh 

Hainan James, harness maker Robert J Beeby, res Alameda 

Hainan William, brass finisher, 720 Washington, res 473 Fourth 

Haloran M Mrs, dry goods, 1691 Seventh 

Haloran Matthew, laborer, res 314 B 

Halpin Dennis, gardener, res 569 Twenty-second 

Halpin J J, postal telegraph, res 1725 Atlantic 

Halpin M Mrs, res 1725 Atlantic 

Halpin M J, postal telegraph, res 1725 Atlantic 

Halpin M M, laborer, res 1725 Atlantic 

Halpin Robert, res 1727 Atlantic 

Hajsey Gertrude Miss, res 178 Tenth 

Halsey Henry L, salesman, res 1303 Thirteenth ave — ~ 

Halsey I S, dentist, 869 Washington, res 178 Tenth 

Halsey Kate Miss, res 178 Tenth 

Halsey Norman, res 178 Tenth 

Halsey Wilbur, res 178 Tenth 

Halsted & Co, florists, 1312 Myrtle 

Halsted Edson O, fireman S P Co, res 1703 Eighth 

Halsted Incubator Co, 1312 Myrtle 

Halsted James M (Halsted & Co) res 1312 Myrtle 

Halsted K K Mrs, res 1312 Myrtle 

Ham Charles W, milkman, res East Fourteenth nr Fruit Vale 
ave, Fruit Vale 

Ham H H Mrs, seamstress Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1409 
Tenth 

Ham Nellie Miss, seamstress Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1409 
Tenth 

Hamb Katie Miss, res 1906 San Pablo ave 

Hamb William J, driver Hose Co No 2, Oakland Fire Depart- 
ment, res 833 Thirtieth 

Hambey George, carpenter, res 1739 Filbert 

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Hambright John J, bookkeeper H Schellhaas, res 1307 Jefferson 
Hamburg Bremen Fire Insurance Co of Hamburg, Martens & 

Meese agts, 459 Ninth 
Hamby John, carpenter, 1747 Filbert 
Ham by Walter H, railroad employe, res 467 Tenth 
Hamel Felicity, teacher, res 1424 Tenth 
Hamel Peter, carpenter, res 1424 Tenth 
H AMELIN WILLIAM, blacksmith, NW cor Broadway and Third, 

res 805 Clay , 

Hamerton E Mrs, res 1249 Center 
Hamilton A, clerk Jacob Waerner, res SW cor Thirteenth and 

Jefferson 
Hamilton A Mrs, res s s Fortieth bet Telegraph ave and Grove 
Hamilton A C Miss, res 1267 Fifth ave 

Hamilton Anna Mrs, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Hamilton A W, butcher, res 1119 Jefferson 
HAMILTON & BROWN (W T Hamilton and Albert Brown) 

undertakers, 466 and 468 Thirteenth 
Hamilton Clara F Mrs, res 1165 Jackson 

HAMILTON & CO (Hugh Hamilton and J C Burdick) pro- 
prietors Cape Ann Bakery, cor Eleventh and Clay 
Hamilton Ed H, reporter Tribune, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton E S, clerk, res 1267 Fifth ave =z= — 
Hamilton Frank, machinist S P Co, res 1514 Seventh 
Hamilton Hall, J C Gilson propr, SE cor Thirteenth and Jeffer- 
son 
Hamilton Hugh (Hamilton & Co) res 1059 Clay 
Hamilton John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hamilton John C, deputy and tax collector, res 737 Filbert 
Hamilton John R, laborer J C Ainsworth, Vernon ave nr Pagoda 

Hill 
Hamilton Laurentin Mrs, res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton L W Mrs, res 316 Tenth 
Hamilton Magdalene Mrs, nurse, res 837 J Brush 
Hamilton Maggie Miss, clerk Cape Ann Bakery, res 1059 Clay 
Hamilton Napier, carpenter, res 1573 Seventh 
Hamilton Nettie Miss, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton Noble, judge Superior Court, Department 1, res 1271 

Jackson 
Hamilton Oswald, butcher, San Leandro, res 1573 Seventh 
Hamilton Robert, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park nr 

Ettie 
Hamilton William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hamilton William B, deputy county recorder, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton William H H, carpenter S P Co, res 1325 Sixteenth ave 
Hamilton William T (Hamilton & Brown) res 466 Thirteenth 
Hamiston William, carpenter, res 468 East Eleventh 
Hamlin H H, engineer S P Co, res 1067 Twelfth ave 



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Hamlin Walter S Rev, pastor Second Congregational Church, 

Chase, res 1704 Eighth 
Hamm Nicholas, painter S P Co, res Alta House 
Hamm Siegmund, steward steamer Columbia, res 657 Alice 
Hammack Charles R, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 730 

Myrtle 
Hammack George K, laborer, res 730 Myrtle 
Hammack Joel D, feeder Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 730 

Myrtle 
Hammack Sallie A Mrs, res 730 Myrtle 
Hammarschmedt August, musician, res 521 Eighteenth 
Hammer Addie Miss, milliner Mrs S Silberberg, res 1503 Twelfth 
Hammer Cordelia J Mrs, teacher Tompkins School, res 1157 

Market 
Hammer Ina Miss, teacher Temescal School, res 1157 Market 
Hammer John F, merchant, S F, res 1503 Twelfth 
Hammer Sam K>, printer, res 1157 Market 
Hammersley Alfred S, carpenter, res 1115 East Twenty-fifth 
Hammersley Eliza P Mrs, res 1115 East Twenty-fifth 
Hammett F M, horse trainer P Pumyea, res 858 Clay 
Hammon Albert, cigar maker, 869 Broadway, res 613 Fifteenth 
Hammon Harry, mechanic, res 713 Brush _ 
Hammond Helen Mrs, res 1686 Eighth 
Hammond Horace A, engineer S P Co, res 862 Chester 
Hammond Ida Miss, res cor Peralta and Lynde 
Hammond Mabel Miss, millinery, res 1686 Eighth 
Hammond Richard H, clerk Salinger's, res 579 Twentieth 
Hammond William A, jeweler, res cor Peralta ave and Lynde 
Hampel Alice Miss, res 1120 Sixteenth ave 
Hampel Andrew, commercial traveler, res 1271 Twelfth ave 
Hampel Annie Miss, dressmaker, 582 East Twelfth, res 1120 Six- 
teenth ave 
Hampel Conrad F, bakery, 761 East Twelfth - 
Hampel C F, blacksmith, 1414 Broadway 
Hampel Edward, harness maker Robert J Beeby, res 761 East 

» Twelfth 
Hampel Frank, salesman, res 1120 Sixteenth ave 
Hampel Henry, blacksmith, 801 East Fourteenth, res 1120 Six- 
teenth ave 
Hampel Mary Miss, res 1120 Sixteenth ave 
Hampton G B Mrs, music teacher, res 828 Wood 
Hampton J & Co (John and James Hampton) wood and coal, 

1600 Telegraph ave 
Hampton James (J Hampton & Co) res 1600 Telegraph ave 
Hampton John (J Hampton & Co) res 1608 Telegraph ave 
Hampton W G, plumber S P Co, res 828 Wood 
Hanavan & Baldrig (E M Hanavan and Sarah Baldrig) proprs 
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Hanavan Bridget Mrs, res 1559 West 

Hanavan E M Mrs (Hanavan & Baldrig) res 1156 Broadway 

Hanavan J P, butcher, cor Twenty-second and West,res Broadway 

Hanavan Philip (McManus & Hanavan) res 1942 Myrtle 

Hancock Charles S, employe S P Co, res 1273 San Pablo ave 

Hancock Hall, 377 Twelfth 

Hancock Maria Mrs, res 1273 San Pablo ave 

Hancock Martha A Mrs, res 1326 Eighth ave 

Hancock Susan Mrs, res 1559 Eighth 

Hand P Mrs, res 511 Twenty-third 

Hand Patrick, hostler, res 1637 Myrtle 

Hand P V, laborer, res 513 Twenty-fourth 

Handley J E, law student Davis & Hill, res Alameda 

Handlos O A, salesman W H Nolan & Co, res 508J Fifteenth 

Handy B Mrs, res 1169 West 

Handy Bray ton E (Handy, Briggs & Gray, S F) res 1169 West 

Handy Helen Miss, teacher Irving Institute, S F, res Blake House 

Handy J B, whitewashes res 2011 Chestnut 

Handv Lucien H, bookkeeper Handy, Briggs & Gray, S F, res 

1169 West 
Hanekamp Anna Miss, res 914 East Twenty-fourth 
Hanford James M, paymaster S P Co, res 1205 Peralta 
Hanford Mae Miss, res 1205 Peralta 
Hanford W T, draughtsman, res 1220 Cypress 
Hang Gustave A, machinist, res 1405 Eighteenth 
Hang Louise, servant girl, 1212 Clay 
Hanifln Alice Miss, res 1403 Grove 
Hanifin Eliza Miss, res 1403 Grove 
H AN I Fl N J J, chairman Board of Supervisors and liquor dealer, 

SW cor Broadway and Seventh, and propr Hanifin's 

Billiard Parlors, Fourteenth bet Broadway and Washington, 

res 1403 Grove 
Hanifin Nonie Mrs, res 571 Tenth 
Hanifin's Billiard Parlors, J J Hanifin propr, Fourteenth bet 

Broadway and Washington 
Hanily Katie W, domestic, 1404 Harrison 
Hanipel Louise Miss, dressmaker J F Wood 
Hanks John G, detective, res 962 Clay 
HANKS L MISS, lodging house, 461J Fourth, res same 
Hanks L J, telegraph operator S P Co, res 313 Ninth 
Hanlan William, employe brass works, res 473 Fourth 
Hanley Ida Mrs, res 2102 Telegraph ave 
Hanley James, clerk M Hanley, res 1507 Seventh 
Hanley James, dry goods, 584 East Twelfth, res 579 East Twelfth 
Hanley Julia, res cor Howard and Howe off Piedmont ave 
Hanley Martin, res 1507 Seventh 
Hanley Mary Miss, warping department California Cotton Mills, 

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Hanley Mary A Miss, bookkeeper M Hanley, res 1507 Seventh 
Han ley Michael, grocer, 1507 Seventh 
Hanley M J, clerk Camilloni & Co, res 577 Twenty-second 
Hanley Sarah, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 1082 Fourteenth 



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Hanley William J, letter carrier, res 1082 Fourteenth ave 

Hanlon Andrew, blacksmith, res 812 Wood 

Hanlon John Jr, lineman Sunset Telephone Telegraph Co, res 812 
Wood 

Hanlon Margaret Mrs, res 812 Wood 

Hanlon Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 812 Wood 

Hanly Kate W, domestic, 567 Eleventh 

Hanly Margaret Miss, domestic, res 2121 East Fourteenth 

Hanly Patrick, shoemaker, S F, res 783 Castro 

Hanly Thomas, saloon, 1323 Fourteenth 

Hanna Cecil L, traveling agt U P R R, S F, res 1510 Market 

Hanna Florence M Miss, teacher languages, res 1146 Adeline 

Hanna Howard W, insurance agt, S F, res 1146 Adeline 

HANNA JAMES L postmaster, Fourteenth bet Washington and 
Broadway, res 1146 Adeline 

Hanna John, engineer S P Co, res 1462 Thirteenth 

Hanna Katie, flannel department Cal Hosiery Co, res Alameda 

Hanna Kate Mrs, res 1129 Myrtle 

Hanna R M, employe J Lusk Canning Co, res w s Claremont ave 
nr Telegraph ave 

Hanna William, laborer, res 615 East Sixteenth 

Hannaford Edwin T, miller Golden Gate Mills, res 909 Alice 

Hannan Bridget, domestic, res 770 Tenth 

Hannan Charles, bookkeeper Greenhood & Moran, res 658 Ade- 
line 

Hannan James J, paper hanger, res 718 Eleventh 

Hannan John, carpenter, res 658 Adeline 

Hannan John, fireman, res 1462 Thirteenth 

Hannan J H, res 1 105 Thirteenth ave 

Hannan Mary, domestic, 1300 Madison 

Hannavan J P, grocer, 1559 West, res 1156 Broadway 

Hannibal Lucy D Miss, music teacher, res 864 Campbell 

Hannigan John, boiler maker, res 136 Hannah 

Hanniman — , res 1803 Seventh 

Hannon Michael, laborer, res 127 Hannah 

HANRAHAN LIZZIE MRS, groceries, 229 Third 

Hanrecks Dora, domestic, 1372 Harrison 

Hans George J, bookkeeper Brooklyn Brewery, res 871 East 
Fourteenth 

Hansan Henry D, teamster, res cor First and Franklin 

Hansan Mary, cook William C B De Fremery, Prospect ave 

Hansen A D Miss, res cor East Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 

Hansen August, clerk Eiben & Nor, res 941 Peralta 



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Hansen Carl, photographer, res 1003 Twenty -second 

Hansen Catharina M Miss, servant, 1054 Tenth 

Hansen Charles, watchman steamer Oakland, res 372 First 

Hansen Christ, dairyman, res e s Claremont ave nr Telegraph ave 

Hansen Edward, driver Oakland Brewery, res cor Twenty-first 

and Broadway 
Hansen Ferdinand, painter, res Shuey Lane, Fruit Vale 
Hansen George M, painter, res 463 B 
Hansen Hannah, domestic, 1322 Adeline 

Hansen Henry, teamster Fisher & Taylor, res cor First and Frank- 
lin 
HH * j Hansen H L, carpenter S P Co, res 1009 Campbell 
Hansen I C, painter S P Co, res 1207 Adeline 
Hansen J, painter Michigan Furniture Co, res 403 B 
Hansen John, gardener, res Overland House 
Hansen John, seaman, res 125 Ettie 
Hansen J Theodore, res 1702 Thirteenth ave 
Hansen J Theodore D, saloon, 380 Tenth, res 374 Tenth 
Hansen Karl J, watchman, res 372 First 
Hansen Kate Miss, domestic, res 1054 Tenth 
Hansen Katie Miss, domestic, 664 Twelfth 
Hansen Martin, deck hand steamer Oakland, res 3 Maple 
Hansen Peter, teamster, res 831 Franklin 
Hansen Peter R, tailor, res 1061 East Fifteenth 
Hansen Robert, laborer S P Co, res 1700 Eighth 
Hansen Samuel E D, teamster Oakland Brewery, res 1551 J 

Broadway 
Hansen Theodore, res 1702 East Twenty-fourth 
Hansen's Hall, SW cor Goss and Wood 
Hanson Andrew, gardener, 1545 Webster 
Hanson Andrew, watchman S P Co, res 115 Hanna 
Hanson Benjamin, deck hand steamer Oakland, res 1259 Campbell 
Hanson Clarence D, carpenter, res 714 Tenth 
Hanson Dora Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hanson E H, ship Camdelosy, res 1317 Sixteenth ave 
Hanson Ellen Mrs, groceries, 1252 Cypress 
Hanson Frederick H, salesman M J Keller, res Grand Central 

Hotel 
Hanson J C, sea captain, res 1061 Willow 
Hanson James W, traveling agt, res 1359 Thirteenth ave 
Hanson Laurence, laborer, res 1252 Cypress 
Hanson Major, glass blower, bds 1004 Third 
Hanson Nora, domestic, 958 Fourteenth 
Hanson Robert, laborer S P Co, res 1700 Eighth 
Hanson Sarah W Miss, res 1214 East Twelfth 
Hanson Sophie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hanson T N, saloon, 455 Eighth, res 711 Brush 
Hanson William, employe S P Co, res 1616 Taylor 



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Hantz Gundal, res 826 Lydia 

Hanush Joseph, harness maker Robert J Beeby, res 214 Harlan 

Hanzo Auguste, cook, res 867 Cedar 

Happ Alfred, res 809 East Sixteenth 

Happ Daniel J, res 809 East Sixteenth 

Happ Simon, contractor, res 698 Twenty-sixth 

Haralson Carrie D Miss, res 63 Valley 

Haralson Nettie L Miss, res 63 Valley 

Haralson W D Mrs, res 63 Valley 

Harbert John W, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 1456 Linden 

Harbinson George W, painter, res 1707 Lincoln 

Harden Eliza C Mrs, res 941 Union 

Harden Frank B, newspaper agt, res 943 Union 

Hardenberg Charles P, news stand, Brooklyn Station, res 613 
East Twelfth 

Hardesty E P, cattle raiser, res 626 East Fourteenth 

Hardesty P F ; carpenter, Oakland Trotting Park 

Hardie Emma Miss, res 918 Poplar 

Hardie Louis W, res 918 Poplar 

Harding August Sr, chemist, res 416 Tenth 

Harding F, propr Brooklyn House, res 1103 East Twelfth 

Harding Franz, bartender, res 653 Broadway 

Harding James W, attv-at-law, res 952 Kirkham 

Harding J G (Harding, Brann & Prior, S F) res 768 Twelfth 

Harding J Herbert, bookkeeper, res 768 Twelfth 

Harding John, gardener, res 653 Washington 

Harding Joseph, laborer Brooklyn Tannery, res Brooklyn Ho- 
tel" 

Harding Mary Miss, res 416 Tenth 

Harding R T, lawyer, res 416 Tenth 

Harding T E Mrs, bds 1213 Jefferson 

Harding Theresa, domestic, res SE cor Second and Broadway 

Hardman James H, clerk Geo R Read, res 219 Tenth 

Hardman John, shipwright, res 883 Bay 

Hard wick Daisy Miss, res 1470 Twelfth 

Hardwick Edward N, master mariner, res 1470 Twelfth 

Hardwick E P, master mariner, res 1470 Twelfth 

Hardwick Fred, tailor, res 1408 Tenth 

Hardwick H, tailor M J Keller, res cor Seventh and Franklin 

Hardy Charles G, salesman W B Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 

Hardy D Mrs, res 1684 J Eighth 

Hardy Emma N Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 1363 Brush 

Hardy Frank D, bookkeeper Alex Mackey, res 570 East Eight- 
eenth 

Hardy Harry D (F J Edwards & Co), res 1684 J Eighth 

Hardy Joseph, barber W H Stewart 

Hardy J S, bookkeeper, res 1383 Franklin 

Hard}^ Lowell J, capitalist, res 715 Market 




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Hardy Sadie M Miss, student, res 1375 Broadway 
Hardy Tracy S, bookkeeper W B Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 
Hardy W Frank, clerk W B Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 
HARDY WILLIAM B. bookseller, stationer and news dealer, 961 

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Hare George, machinist Palmer & Rey, S F, res 1719 Lincoln 
Hare Jane, res 276 East Fourteenth 
Hare S J Mrs, res Golden Eagle Hotel 
Haren Michael, clerk J J O'Brien, res 1024 Willow 
Harford Andrew J, horseshoer Hugh Frazer, res 1014 Webster 
Harfst Herman, groceries, 1932 Broadway 

Harft Richard, clerk L E Chartrand, res cor First and Broadway 
Hargadon Nora Miss, domestic, 923 Linden 
Hargan John, fireman S P Co, res 1687 Seventh 
Haring D M, res cor Eleventh and Folsom 
Harjes H Mrs, res 862 Chester 
Harjes William, clerk, S F, res 862 Chester 
Harkin Sarah Mrs, res 527 East Eleventh 
Harkins Daniel H, pipemaker O C Kirk, res 1422 Sixth ave 
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Harkins John, peddler, res 913 Eighteenth 

Harkinson Bessie Miss, res 1951 Grove 

Harkinson Charles, capitalist, res 1951 Grove 

Harkinson Daniel, clerk C Coiner, res 1951 Grove 

Harkness Fergus M, photographer, res 556 East Twelfth 

Harland Arthur (Owens & Harland) res 564 Twenty-second ^. 

Harland Charles, piano tuner, res 1611 Thirteenth ave 

Parley John, laborer S P Co, res 721 Andre 

Harlon Lucy Mrs, res 855 Washington 

Harlow Charles A, salesman Agard & Co, res 415 Durant 

Harlow Edward W, tackmaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
1224 Franklin 

Harlow Frank, laborer, res Vernon ave nr College ave 

Harlow Lucy I Miss, res 953 Clay 

Harlow Robert, laborer, res Vernon ave nr College ave 

Harlow Wilbur B, clerk, res Vernon ave nr College ave 

Harlow William S, under sheriff, res 953 Clay 

Harman James, carpenter, res 2120 Union 

Harmon A K P, capitalist and pres Consolidated. Imperial Min- 
ing Co, S F, res 1568 Webster 

HARMON A K P JR( Harmon & Sears) res cor East Fourteenth 
and Park, Fruit Vale 

Harmon E E Mrs, housekeeper Oriental House 

Harmon M E, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

HARMON R> physician and surgeon, 969 Broadway, room 63 

HARMON & SEARS (AK P Harmon Jr and H B Sears Jr) gen- 
eral agents collection and insurance, 472 Tenth 

Harmon William H, with C A King, res 578 Sixteenth 

Harnett Benjamin J, purser steamer New York, res 1316 Seventh 
ave 

Harney James, peddler, 552 Broadway, res 720 Chestnut 

Harney James T, produce merchant, res 516 Forty-fifth 

Harney Mary Miss, res 1770 Division 

Harney Michael, laborer, 720 Chestnut 

Harney William J, dealer in fruit and produce, res ss Forty-fifth 
nr Telegraph ave 

Harper Fred, boiler maker Oakland Boiler Works, res NW cor 
Twenty-fourth and Myrtle 

Harper H Mrs, res 574 Thirty-fourth 

Harper Joseph, propr Harper's Exchange, cor Telegraph ave and 
Thirty-ninth 

HARPERS EXCHANGE, Miss K H Volger proprietor, SW cor 
Thirty-ninth and Telegraph ave 

Harraher Mary Mrs, res 1319 Twelfth 

Harrell Alfred Mrs, res 118 Eleventh 

Harrell L A Mrs, res 118 Eleventh 

Harries W H, banker, S F, res 1361 Jackson 

Harrigan Daniel, shoemaker, res 1605 Myrtle 



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Harrigan John, engineer S P Co, res 1687 Seventh 

Harrigan John, roller Pacific Iron & Nail Works, res 1007 Third 

Harring Carrie Mrs, res 821 Market 

Harring Lenhart, fruit dealer, res 562 Fourth 

Harrington Mrs, res 807 Isabella 

Harrington Annie L Miss, res 755 Market 

Harrington Charles, driver Taylor & Lohse, res 576 Twentieth 

Harrington Charles F, painter, res 1012 Webster 

Harrington Charles H, cigar maker, res 1012 Webster 

Harrington Charles J, butcher, res 755 Market 

Harrington C W, physician, res Tubbs Hotel 

Harrington Daniel H, fireman S P Co, res 755 Market 

Harrington George, capitalist, res 328 East Fourteenth 

Harrington John F, butcher, 755 Market 

Harrington John H, res 957 Campbell 

Harrington Julia Mrs, res 722 Linden 

Harrington Mary Miss, domestic, res 807 Isabella 

Harrington Mary A Miss, saleslady Taft & Pennoyer, res 1012 

Webster 
Harrington Michael, laborer, res 655 Linden 
Harrington Phineas, res 1936 Linden 
Harrington Thomas, clerk Contra Costa Water Co, res 807 

Isabella 
Harrington Thomas F, bookkeeper Fisher & Taylor, res cor First 

and Franklin 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, res 755 Market 
Harrington Timothy, laborer, res 1763 Seventh 
Harrington Walter S (Warford & Harrington) res San Pablo 

ave nr Nineteenth •— ■ 
Harrington William, carpenter, res 413 Ninth 
Harrington William H, harness maker, S F, res 1873 William 
Harris A C, professor mathematics California Military Academy 
Harris A H Mrs, res 1164 Peralta 
Harris Alfred, barber, res 313 Sixth 
Harris Ann Mrs, res 1132 Adeline 
Harris & Baker (Henry Harris and T A Baker) proprs Santa 

Rosa Wine Store, 7 and 9 City Market 
Harris & Beel (J L Harris and M S Beel) clothing, 909 and 911 

and 1109 Broadway 
Harris Ben, res 690 East Thirty-second 
Harris Bessie Miss, compositor, S F, res 1319 Tenth 
Harris E A, insurance agt, 1766 Division 
Harris Edith Miss, res 1319 Tenth 
Harris Edwin Mrs, res 829 Oak 

Harris Edwin F, clerk Montague & Co, S F, res 829 Oak 
Harris Frank, canvasser, res 520 Third 

Harris Frank, horse trainer, res SE cor Harrison and Twelfth 
Harris George, agt Dewing & Co, res 715 Jefferson 



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Harris George L, mechanical and marine engineer, S F, res 1215 

Brush 
Harris George W, liquor merchant, res 690 East Thirty-second 
Harris Henry, waiter Log Cabin Bakery, res 760 Franklin, rear 
Harris Henry (Harris & Baker) res Santa Rosa 
Harris I Ham, land agt for University, res 1240 Adeline 
Harris J L (Harris & Beel) res 214 Twelfth 
Harris James, upholsterer, res 610 Fifth 
Harris John, clerk Harris & Baker, res 413 Twelfth 
Harris John A, atty-at-law, S F, res 1263 Center 
Harris John H, land agt, res 1240 Adeline 
Harris John N, ship carpenter, res 1319 Tenth, West Oakland 
Harris Joseph, clothing, 915 Broadway, res 212 Twelfth 
Harris Joseph, cook, res 711 Webster 
Harris L Miss, res 669 East Twenty-fourth 

Harris Lillian V Miss, propr Chicago Kindergarden, 1766 Di- 
vision 
Harris Lulu Miss, res 690 East Thirty-second 
Harris Marcus (Frank, Lewis & Co) res 592 Sycamore 
Harris M C, pastor Japanese Mission, 612 Fifteenth, res 568 Fif- 
teenth 
Harris M H Mrs, lodging house, 860 Broadway 
Harris Nellie Miss, res 690 East Thirty-second 
Harris Nellie M, violin teacher, SE cor Twelfth and Harrison 
Harris R W, livery stable, S F, res Eleventh nr Folsom 
Harris Sabin, capitalist, res SE cor Twelfth and Harrison 
Harris Sabin Jr, farmer, res SE cor Twelfth and Harrison 
Harris Sadie Miss, res 1215 Brush 
Harris Stephen D, miner, res 1279 Eighth ave 
Harris Timothy, brass finisher, S F, res 1266 Twenty-sixth 

Harris William H, steward, res 1417 Thirteenth — ■ 

Harris W T, res 1766 Division 

HARRISON & B0YCE (T G Harrison and S B Boyce) wholesale 

and retail grocers, 411 Twelfth 
Harrison George W, res 1710 Nineteenth ave 
Harrison J L C, res Tubbs Hotel 

Harrison John, machinist and engineer, res 714 Eighteenth 
Harrison Joseph M, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 808 Clay 
Harrison M L Mrs, res 1710 Nineteenth ave 

Harrison Robert, custom house, S F, res 1070 East Twenty-first 
Harrison S Mrs, res East Twenty-seventh nr Twenty second ave 
Harrison Sarah Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Harrison Simon N, contractor and builder, res w s Shattuck ave 

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Harrison Street School, Mrs Harriette M Mullen principal, NE 

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Harrison Thomas G (Harrison & Boyce) and councilman Fourth 
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Harrod Joseph A, janitor, res 1G31 Myrtle 

Harrold E A Mrs, res Blake House 

Harrold Elizabeth C Miss, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Harrold Frank, cashier, S F, res cor Adeline and Sherman 

Harrold George W, bookkeeper, S F, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Harrold James, commission merchant, S F, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Harrold M A Miss, res 558 Twentieth 

Harrold Mary L Miss, res Monroe nr Adeline 

Harshburger Sherman C, salesman Salinger's, res 1437 San 

Pablo ave 
Harsice Charles, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 725 

Market 
Hart Alfred, artist, res 617 Tenth 
Hart Barnev, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res cor Second and 

Clay 
Hart Charles, compositor, res 451 Ninth ave 
Hart C W, res Webers Hotel 

Hart Daniel, saloon, 622 Broadway, res 423 Second 
Hart Ellen D Miss, seamstress, res 451 East Tenth 
Hait Jackson, commission merchant, S F, res 1069 Market 
Hart James, capitalist, res 1607 Brush 

Hart John A, asst undertaker Henry Evers, res 865 Washington 
Hart J Withrow, student, res 1069 Market 
Hart Mary A, seamstress, res 451 Ninth ave 
Hart Mary J, employe hosiery department California H osier v 

Co, res 451 Tenth 
Hart M L Mrs, res 1918 Filbert 
Hart Nellie D, seamstress, res 451 Ninth ave 
Hart Richard Mrs, res 451 East Tenth 
Hart Richard B, butcher, res 451 Ninth ave 
Hart William, wine packer, res 823 Henry 
Hart William L, student, res 1069 Market 
Hartford Fire Insurance Co, Strong & Co agts, 470 Ninth • 
Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance and Inspection Co, H Griffin 

agt, 958 Broadway 
Hartigan Pat, laborer, res 408 Sixth 
Hartman Emma Miss, domestic, 1057 Center 
Hartman William, painter, S F, res 227 Eighth 
Hartmann Henry J, ship carpenter, res 1425 Eleventh 
Hartmann John, calker, res 883 Bay 
Harton William, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Fifth nr 

Powell 
Hartstone Harry, baker, res 468 Fifth 

Hartstone Harry, driver Christopher Jaenicke. res 815 Broadway 
Hartwick F H, tailor, res 1408 Tenth 
Hartwig Charlotte Mrs, res 1232 Chestnut 
Hartwig Daisy B Miss, res 1232 Chestnut 



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Hartwig Edward A, plumber, res 1232 Chestnut 

Harty Ella, nurse, res 614 Filbert 

Harty Mary, nurse, res 614 Filbert 

Harty Maurice, laborer, res 822 Twenty-first 

Harty Robert, car oiler S P Co, res 614 Filbert 

Harty Sophia Miss, dressmaker, res 1477 Fifth 

Hartz John, machinist S P Co, res 816 Campbell 

Hartzell Augusta Mrs, dressmaker, res 822 East Twelfth 

Harvey Mrs, dressmaker J F Wood, res Alameda 

Harvey Charles D (Harvey Heater Co) res 566 Caledonia ave 

Harvey Dora Miss, res 1770 Division 

Harvey John H, plumber, S F, res 1770 Division 

Harvey Jonah, gardener, res 1064 Wood 

Harvey Le Roy G, city agt N A Fire Insurance Co, S F, res 
1128 Filbert 

Harvey Robert A, clerk, res 1770 Division 

Harvey S B Mrs, res 714 Fourteenth 

Harvey W 7 illiam, carpenter, res 1770 Division 

Harvey W 7 illiam Jr, car cleaner S P Co, res 1770 Division 

Haselbacher Andreas, brushmaker, res n s Fortieth nr Linden 

Haselbacher Charlie, nurseryman, res n s Foilieth nr Linden 

Haselton J C, mining operator, res 1214 Twelfth ave 

Haskell Charles C F, shoemaker Nolan's, S F, res 1769 Goss 

Haskell Edwin T, clerk S P Co, res 868 Chester 

Haskell Eliza F Mrs, res 868 Chester 

Haskell Eveline M Mrs, res 1558 Eighth 

Haskell Hattie M Mrs, cashier Salinger's, res 868 Chester 

Haskell Ira, lather, res 527 Seventh 

Haskell Noyes P, carpenter, res 1558 Eighth 

Haskell O P Mrs, res 716 Market 

Haskell Walter S, lather, res 527 Seventh 

Haskin Enoch W, mining, res 660 Fourteenth 

Haskin Joseph W, mining, res 660 Fourteenth 

Haskins Carrie Miss, student Art School, res 1210 Seventh 

Haskins C W, mechanic, res 1210 Seventh 

Haskins Joseph W, miner, res 660 Fourteenth 

Haslett John W, carpenter S P Co, res 829 Peralta 

Hasmer James P, carpenter, res 860 Harrison 

Hassard Henry H, reporter R G Dun & Co, S F, res 1108 East 
Twenty-second 

Hassard May Miss, res 1108 East Twenty-second 

Hasselbalch C P, ship carpenter, res 1209 Fifteenth ave 

Hassenmaier A, tanner G F Crist & Sons, res Brooklyn Hotel 

Hassinger Samuel K, contractor and builder, res 611 Seventeenth 

Hast Edward S, accountant Bank of California, res cor Nine- 
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Hast Patrick, laborer, res 560 Fourth 

Hastie John, baker, res 967 Washington 



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Haston Joseph, fireman S P Co, res 1479 Twelfth ave 

Hasty Thos, baker Cape Ann Bakery, res NW cor Eleventh and 

Clay 
Haswell Charles R, clerk F J Edwards & Co, res 866 Chester 
Has well F B, real estate, 461 Ninth, rms 2 and 3, upstairs, res 

576 Thirty-fourth 
Haswell F B Mrs, music teacher, res 576 Thirty-fourth 
Haswell G C Mrs, res 265 East Sixteenth 
Haswell William P, carpenter S P Co, res 817 Peralta 
Hatch Mrs, housekeeper, Ves 977 Fifth 

Hatch A J, mgr Postal Telegraph Cable Co, 472 Tenth, res Ori- 
ental House 
Hatch Asa D (T H Hatch & Co) commission merchant, S F, res 

1221 Chestnut 
Hatch Charles E, atty-at-law, res 530 Ninth 
Hatch E L, foreman Eagle Box and Manufacturing Co, res 318 \ 

Third 
Hatch Emma F Miss, res 1221 Chestnut 
Hatch Fred A (T H Hatch & Co, S F) res 1221 Chestnut 
Hatch Fred E, carpenter, 1717 Chase 

Hatch George, clerk McCarron Bros, res 1067 Twenty -eighth 
Hatch H E Mrs, dressmaker, res 1717 Chase 
Hatch Hiram E, house carpenter, res 1717 Chase 
Hatch Isa Miss, clerk, res 977 Fifth 
Hatch Jabez, capitalist, res 1108 J Broadway 
Hatch Kate Mrs, res 1067 Twenty-eighth 
Hatch Melissa A Mrs, res 1680 Lincoln 
Hatch Minnie L Miss, music teacher, res 530 Ninth 
Hatch T H, commission merchant, S F, res 67 East Twelfth 
Hatch William, res 977 Fifth 

Hatch William M, brakeman S P Co, res 1055 Twelfth ave 
Hatfield George R (Beatty & Hatfield) res 1260 Fifth ave 
Hatton Serina, nurse, 1301 Webster 
Hauer J, carpenter J Lusk Canning Co, res e s Claremont ave nr 

Telegraph ave 
Haug Gustave A, machinist, res 1405 Eighteenth 
Haug Louisa, domestic, 1212 Clay 
Haurat Marcel, gardener, NE cor Harrison and Eighth 
Haure Henry, bookkeeper, res 319 Fourth 
Hauschildt Henry, res 1501 Telegraph ave 

Hausisker Theodore (Westermann & Co) res WashingtonB rewery 
Haven C D, salesman W & M Everson, bds cor Fifth and Brush 
Haven Charles D, resident sec Liverpool and London and Globe 

Insurance Co, S F, res Eighth bet Linden and Chestnut 
Haven Charles E, artist, res 807 Market 
Haven Clarence, tinner, res 807 Market 
Haven E A, mate, res 807 Market 
Haven Fred L, insurance, res 875 Filbert 



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Haven James M, atty-at-law, S F, res cor East Thirty -sixth and 

Cameron 
Haven Mattie Miss, res cor East Thirty-sixth and Cameron 
Haven Thomas E, teacher natural sciences Hopkins Academy 
Haven William P, insurance agt, S F, res Eighth bet Adeline and 

Liriden 
Havens Albert W, sec Consolidated Virginia Mining Co, S F, res 

1661 Webster 
Havens Charles M, news dealer, res 991 Wood 
Havens Frank C, insurance, S F, res Vernon Heights 
Havens F J, policy clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co, res Blake 

House 
Havens H B, rose grower, res Vernon Heights 
Havens H H, atty-at-law, res Blake House 
Havens H H Mrs, corresponding sec W C T U, S F, res Blake 

House 
Havens H R (Chapman & Havens) deputy city assessor, res 1059 

Washington 
Havens John F, atty-at-law, 864J Broadway, res 820 Fifteenth 
Havens J W, collection teller City Bank, S F, res Blake House 
Havey Hugh, laborer, res 674 Twenty-sixth 
Havey Richard J, horse trainer, res 2252 Magnolia 
Hawes L, helper E F Delger, res 316J Third 
Hawes W G, printer Enquirer, res 1103 J Broadway 
Hawey Oscar, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hawkes John, employe Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 765 

Seventh 
Hawkes John Jr, plumber, res 765 Seventh 
Hawkes Robert H, pressureman Oakland Gas Light and Heat 

Co, res SE cor Second and Grove 
Hawkett M B Mrs, res 1651 Lincoln 

Hawkett W G, deputy city assessor, City Hall, res 651 Lincoln 
Hawkins Mrs, knitter California Hosiery Co, res cor Seventh 

and Webster . 

Hawkins Aggie Miss, dressmaker, res 860 Clay 
Hawkins Arthur J, clerk, res 476 East Fourteenth 
Hawkins Ed, hostler Owen Lafferty, res cor Seventh andWebster 
Hawkins G D Mrs, res 476 East Fourteenth 
Hawkins H E, laborer, res 357 Seventh 
Hawkins Let tie Miss, domestic, 1162 Harrison 
Hawkins L M Miss, res 676 Thirteenth 
Hawkins Mary Miss, res 1115 Willow 

Hawkins Mary E Mrs, teacher Prescott School, res 1779 Goss 
Hawkins Peter, employe California Jute Mills 
Hawkins Walter L, mining, res 1779 Goss 
Hawley Calvin H, tallyman S P Co, res 1669 Seward 
Hawley Charles J Mrs, res 1118 Seventh ave 
Hawley C M, tallyman S P Co, res 1669 Seward 



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Hawley George B, student, res 1118 Seventh ave 

Hawley George T (Hawley Bros Hardware Co) res Summit ave, 

Prospect Heights 
Hawley Jacob C (Falk, Hawley & Co, S F) res 522 Knox Place 
Hawley Levi H, with Hawley Bros, S F, res 2100 Telegraph ave 
Hawley Lydia M Mrs, res cor Fruit Vale ave and East Four- 
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Hawley Marian E Miss, res 1118 Seventh ave 
Hawley Mary A Miss, res 522 Knox Place 
Haws Albert, res NW cor East Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 
Haws A P, mining, S F, res 629 East Fourteenth 
Haws Arthur, res NW cor East Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 
Haws Eva Miss, res NW cor East Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 
Haws Oscar, res NW cor East Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 
Haws William, employe California Cotton Mills, res NW cor 

East Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 
Hawthorn Wilbourne W, engineer, res 2226 San Pablo ave 
Hawthorne Mary Mrs, res 770 Sixth 
Hayden James, employe S P Co, res 1120 Third 
Hayden L M, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res Ninth 

bet Franklin and Webster 
Hayden L W, dairyman, res Fortieth bet Adeline and Market 
Hayden Michael, trackman S P Co, res 309 Seventh 
Hayden Thomas, waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Hayden William O Capt, master ship Two Brothers, res 955 

Fifth ave 
Hayes — , res 1967 Grove 
Hayes Andrew, res Brooklyn, East Oakland 
Hayes Anna Miss, res Brooklyn, East Oakland 
Hayes Annie Mrs, housekeeper, res 717 Linden 
Hayes Charles D, jeweler, res cor Brooklyn and Watson ave 
Hayes Charles E, Pacific Improvement Co, S F, res 527 East 

Eleventh 
HAYES & CO (Henry Hayes and Lafayette Brooks) wholesale 

butchers, Qoo East Twelfth 
Hayes Daniel, iron worker, Petaluma, res 1363 Fifteenth 
Hayes Daniel E (Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, S F) res 909 Linden 
Hayes D D, fire apparatus building, 365 Eleventh, res 1967 

Grove 
Hayes Edith Miss, res Brooklyn, East Oakland 
Hayes Edward, shoemaker, res Grand Western Hotel 
Hayes Emma L Miss, res 1511 Broadway 
Hayes George, carpenter, res 524 Sixteenth 
Hayes Harry P, grainer, 470 Thirteenth, res 1511 Broadway 
Hayes Henry (Hayes & Co) res 626 East Fourteenth 
Hayes Henry T, machinist, res 518 East Fourteenth 
Hayes James (Todd & Hayes) res 456 Tenth 
Hayes Johanna Mrs, varieties, 822 Willow 



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Hayes John, plumber James Wilson, res 1432 Linden 

Hayes John Mrs, washing, res 1510 Third 

Hayes John B, res 1511 Broadway 

Hayes John F, salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1511 Broad- 
way 

Hayes Lida N Miss, res 1511 Broadway 

Hayes M, grocer, res 769 Market 

Hayes Martin J, clerk Taft & Pennoyer, res 1510 Third 

Hayes Michael, grocer, 769 Market 

Hayes Mike, hostler and gardener, 2502 Telegraph ave 

Hayes Raymer W, grainer, res 1511 Broadway 

Hayes Susan G Mrs, res 609 East Park 

Hayes Susie, domestic, 1201 Alice 

Hayes Theresa Miss, domestic, 966 Peralta 

Hayes Thomas, stone cutter, res Cor John and Piedmont ave 

Hayes Thomas R, res 1407 Eighth 

Hayes William J, wrapper Taft & Pennoyer, res 1510 Third 

Hayes W P, butcher, cor East Fourteenth and Twenty-third, res 
609 East Park 

Hayles Henry, pile driver S P Co, res 1865 Short 

Hayne Mary Miss, res 757 Grove 

Hayne R H, musician, res 757 Grove 

Haynes Abigail Mrs, res 1107 Tenth ave 

Haynes Annie B Miss, res 1108 East Twenty-first 

Haynes Benjamin W, res 1527 Seventh ave 

Haynes Cora E, res 1108 East Twenty-first 

Haynes Daniel, res 1108 East Twenty-first 

Haynes D P (Wright & Haynes) res 544 Twentieth 

Haynes Edwin E, carpenter, res 1108 East Twenty -first 

Haynes Hiram, carpenter S P Co, res 1866 Division 

Hays Alonzo, res 858 Clay 

Hays Annie E, vocalist, res 1672 Lincoln 

Hays C E Miss, res 2 Forty- fourth 

Hays Cecilia Mrs, dressmaker, 804 Franklin 

Hays Edwin B, carpenter, res 1672 Lincoln 

Hays James P, res 2 Forty-fourth 

Hays Maggie B Miss, dressmaker, res 804 Franklin 

Hays Montgomery, expressman, Fourteenth bet Broadway and 
Franklin, res 2 Forty-fourth 

Hays N P Mrs, res 2 Forty-fourth — . 

Hays Patrick, res cor Twenty-eighth and Adeline 

Hays Sarah, dressmaker, res 1672 Lincoln 

HAYS W P, butcher, 1157 East Fourteenth, res 609 Park 

Hayse J F, driver Whittier, Fuller & Co 

Havselden Annie Mrs, res 360 East Sixteenth 

Hazeltine William I, compositor S F Bulletin, res 1684 Taylor 

Hazen Charles C Dr, res 1419 Twelfth ave 

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Heaffey William, laborer, res 404 Thirteenth 

Heald Allen, miner, res 1120 Ninth ave 

Heald Bruce, res Golden Eagle Hotel 

Heald Fred S, carpenter, res 1120 Ninth ave 

Healey Annie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Healey James, harness cleaner Dexter Stables, res 736 Linden 

Healey M J, tailor, res 459 Twelfth 

Healey Stephen, lamp lighter Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, 
res 1173 Third 

Health Office, D D Crowley health officer, 510 Fifteenth 

Healy — , employe S P Co, res 1803 Seventh 

Healy C S, res e s Forty-fourth nr Telegraph ave 

Healy Edward M, tailor M J Healy, res 861 Harrison 

Healy Henry, laborer, res 731 J Henry 

Healy James, harness cleaner Dexter Stables, res 736 Linden 

Healy Jeremiah, laborer, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Healy Jesse, physician, 1012 Clay 

Healy John, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res 861 Harrison 

Healy Maggie, domestic, 1221 Myrtle 

Healy Maggie Miss, domestic, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Healy Maggie Miss, res 1711 Seventh 

Healy Michael, laborer, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Healy Morris J, tailor, 459 Twelfth, res 861 Harrison 

Healy Patrick, sewer contractor, res 814 Brush 

Healy Patrick, laborer, res 1323 Myrtle 

Heaney Ann Mrs, res 711 Sixth 

Heaney Annie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1218 
Cypress 

Heaney Honor Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1218 
Cypress 

Heaney Kate Miss, res 252 Eighth 

Hearn Daniel J, machinist, S F, res 1763 Atlantic 

Hearon P W, laster Went worth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1359 
Peralta 

Hearon Waiter P, shoemaker, res 1359 Peralta 

Heaten John, laborer S P Co, res 759 Campbell 

Heath Charles R, first officer steamer Oakland, res 964 Kirkham 

Heath George L., neck wear, res 658 Eighth 

Heath Virginia D Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 1512 Taylor 

Heather S, res Winsor House 

Heathman J, atty-at-law, S F, res 1060 Seventh ave 

Heaton Charles A, printer, S F, res 1216 Filbert 

Heaton Frances Mrs, teacher literature, rhetoric and English, 
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Heaton Jennie Miss, res 1225 Webster 

Heaton Mary C Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1216 Filbert 

Heaton Thomas L, professor of sciences and taxidermy Field Sem- 
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Heaton Warren, fire insurance and real estate, 1014 Broadway, 
res 1216 Filbert 

Heaton Warren D, res 1225 Webster 

Heatwole Andrew D, contractor, res West Oakland House 

Hebert Julius, laborer S P Co, res 848 Isabella 

Hebrew Cemetery, terminus Webster 

Hecht Louisa Mrs, res 537 Eighteenth 

Heckel W F, brakeman S P Co, res 1803 Seventh 

Heckert William, baker New York Bakery, res 403 Twelfth 

Heck man Francis C, shoemaker, 859 Wood, res 1720 Twelfth 

Heckman Frank T, clerk Theodore Herman, S F, res 1720 Twelfth 

Hecox E C Mrs, dressmaker, 418 Twelfth 

Hedemark Andrew, carpet layer McGovern & Cahill, res 119 
Hannah 

Hedges E R Mrs, res Blake House 

Hedrick Lyman, dentist, res 603 Park ave 

Heenan Dennis, laborer, res Winthrop House 

Heeseimann Charles, clerk Salinger's, res 513 Eleventh 

Heeseman Guarad F, salesman C & A Nordhausen, res 513 
Eleventh 

Heffield Harvey J, painter, res 1725 Myrtle 

Heflin H M, new and second-hand furniture, 752 and 754 Seventh, 
res 857 Brush 

Hefty Berger, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Hefty Carrie Miss, bookkeeper Davis & Bro, S F, res 806 Franklin 

Hefty Eiima Miss, student, res 806 Franklin 

Hefty Mathias, carpenter, res 806 Franklin 

Hegaman Louisa Mrs, res 558 Twentieth - 

Hegan John, carpenter, res 483 Merrimac 

Heger D C, traveling salesman M J Keller, 1007 Broadway 

Heggadorn Celina Miss, res Twenty-sixth ave nr East Six- 
teenth 

Heggadorn George H, laborer, res Twenty-sixth ave nr East Six- 
teenth 

Heibner Theresa Miss, spooler California Cotton Mills, res 367 
Third 

Heider Ernest F, sign writer, res 5 08 J Fifteenth 

Heider Frank B, clerk George B Flint, res Clarendon House 

Heidt Andrew, dish washer Alta House 

Heilmann Lizzie Miss, nurse, res 1216 Brush 

Heim Julius F H, dry goods, S F, res 1361 Market 

Heimann H, peddler, res 267 Third 

Heimbold J F, contractor, res 1411 Franklin 

Heimerle Eva Mrs, res 1064 Eleventh ave 

Heinay Sarah Mrs, res 1157 Franklin 

Heine Adolph, Home Bakery, 1263 San Pablo ave 

Heinimann Amy Miss, res East Twenty-seventh bet Twenty- 
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Heinimann John M, res East Twenty -seventh bet Twenty-second 

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Heinimann Michael, physician and surgeon, S F, res East Twenty- 
seventh bet Twenty-second and Twenty- third aves 
Heinke Bruno, printer, res 942 Magnolia 
Heinold Conrad, bookkeeper, res 542 Webster » 
Heinold John M. saloon, 542 Webster, res 305 Second 
Heinze August, clerk L Peres, res Bushell House 
Heiser Rosie L, res 1132 Linden 
Heitmann William D, iron worker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, 

res 665 Webster 
Held August, res 1528J Broadway 

Held Ernest, barber, 466 Twelfth, res NE cor Brush and Twelfth 
Held George, barber, res 584 Twentieth 

Held George, cash boy Bernstein & Von Adelung, res 369 Thirteenth 
Held Gertrude Miss, teacher languages, res 1528 J Broadway 
Held John, bartender W F De Laney, res 369 Thirteenth 
Held Justus, cigars and tobacco, res 1666 Telegraph ave 
Held Margaret Miss, music teacher, res 15 28 \ Broadway 
Heleker John, cooper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 736 Henry 
Heleker Joseph, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 736 

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Heleker Peter, laborer, res 736 Henry 
Helems E J Mrs, housekeeper and nurse, res 1717 Eighth 
Heller Joseph, restaurant, 916 Broadway, res Oriental House 
Heller Paul, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 833 Myrtle 
Hellman Bertha Miss, res 1684 Lincoln 
Hellman Regina Mrs, varieties, 1684 Lincoln 
Hellman S, tailor M J Keller, res Chase off Pine 
Hellman Solomon, tailor, res 1684 Lincoln 
Hellocker John, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 736 

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Helman Jacob, res Market Street Block 
Helmet Martin, Market Street Boarding House 
Helmig Martin, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 624 

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Helmke & Brunje (C Helmke and John Brunje) groceries, 1550 

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Helmke Charles (Westermann & Co) res 1457 Fifth 
Helmke Conrad (Helmke & Brunje) res 1552 Broadway 
Helmke John, with Helmke & Brunje, res 1551J Broadway 
Helorin James, laborer, S F, res 1659i Eighth 
Helsel S, porter Whittier, Fuller & Co, res Stewarts Hotel 
Helsel S J, res Winters Hotel 
Helvorsen Annie, nurse, res 1226 Thirtieth 
Helvorsen John, carpenter, res 1226 Thirtieth 
Hemenway E H Miss, housekeeper, res 1301 Clay 
Hemenway Emeline H, nurse, res 508J Fifteenth 



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Hemenway E T Mrs, res 1118 Linden 

Hemenway Sylvester, res 1118 Linden 

Hemmers Lizzie Mrs, res 2207 San Pablo ave 

Hemmers Theresa, seamstress, res 2207 San Pablo ave 

Hemmicken Nick, gardener, res 2201 Broadway 

Hem in ik R, plasterer, res Capitol Hotel 

Hemphill Charles F, baker, res 755 Clay 

Hemphill Louis, baker, res 755 Clay 

Hemphill Uriah, res 755 Clay 

Hempstead Addie Frances, artist, res 729 Tenth 

Hempstead Emma R, teacher, res 729 Tenth 

Hempstead Frank C, clerk drugstore, Los Angeles, res 729 Tenth 

Hempstead J M Mrs, res 729 Tenth 

Hempstead Mabel S Miss, music teacher, res 729 Tenth - 

Hempstead Nannie Mrs,- dressmaker J F Wood, res 729 Tenth 

Hempstead W C F, physician res 729 Tenth 

Hempstea-l William E, carpenter, res 729 Tenth 

Henas & Cardozo (Manuel HeDas and Anton F Cardozo) grocers, 

930 East Fourteenth 
Henas Manuel (Henas & Cardozo) 930 East Fourteenth 
Henderson Alexander S, house mover, res 1906 Broadway 
Henderson Daniel D, carriage painter, Eleventh nr Franklin, 

res 320 East Eighth 
Henderson David M, bookkeeper, S F, res 480 Edwards 
Penderson Dwight A, collector Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing 

Co, res 1067 Willow 
Henderson Frank W, tinner S P Co, res S F 
Henderson George L, clerk, S F, bds 767 Alice 
Henderson George W, house mover, res 1906 Broadway 
Henderson & Girard (William J Henderson and J P Girard) billiard 

parlor, 472 Ninth 
Henderson H, carpenter, res 411 Fifteenth 
Henderson Harry, house mover, res Pullman Hotel 
Henderson H P, rigger S P Co, res 852 Henry 
Henderson H R, brakeman S P Co, res 1607 Eleventh 
Henderson James, boiler maker, S F, res 1687 Eighth 
HENDERSON JOHN H Renton Coal Co, res 767 Alice 
Henderson J H, atty-at-law, S F, res San Pablo ave nr Park ave 
Henderson M J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1683 Seventh 
Henderson Oliver P, sawyer Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res 

W T insor House 
Henderson O P, dental student C S Lane, res 970 Jefferson 
Henderson Rebecca T Miss, res 859 Castro 

Henderson Samuel, teamster Renton Coal Co, res Winters Hotel 
Henderson Thomas D, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
HENDERSON THOMAS H, secretary Renton Coal Co, S F, and 

413 Tenth, Oakland, res 767 Alice 
Henderson Thomas N, carpenter S P Co, res 483 Twenty-fifth 



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Henderson William J (Henderson & Girard) res 630 Fourteenth 

Henderson William, master mariner, res 246 Ettie 

Henderson William, moulder, res 833 Campbell 

Hendrickson Charles E, janitor post-office, res La Clede House 

Hendrickson G R, lamp dealer, S F, res 212 Second 

Hendrickson Ives, laborer, res 481 Twenty-fourth 

Hendrickson John, carpenter, res 726 Center 

Hendrickson Simon, carpenter, res 726 Center 

Hendrix Clifford E, blacksmith, East Oakland, res 763 Sixteenth 

Hendry Joseph, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 516 Seventeenth 

Hendry R Mrs, dressmaker, 516 Seventeenth 

Heneeker Nicholas, laborer, res 412 Twenty-sixth 

Henerv Thomas, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 

Henessy John, plumber, res 736 Henry 

Henessy William, carpenter, r s 736 Henry 

Henkel Carrie E Mrs, res 1037 Linden 

Henken J F, saloon, 901 East Fourteenth, res 1126 Eighteenth ave 

Henkenius J C, civil engineer, res 566 Twenty-fourth 

Henneberry A J, teamster, res 1814 Taylor 

Henneberry Minnie Miss, type writer, S F, res 1675 Twelfth 

Henneberry Thomas P, iron moulder, S F, res 1675 Twelfth 

Hennery Ella Mrs, res 814 Clay 

Hennesey John E, principal Oarvill School, res 316 Seventh 

Hennessey James, salesman, S F, res 1820 Goss 

Hennessey Morris, tanner and currier, res 1820 Goss 

Hennessey William, carpenter S P Co, res 1523 Fifth 

Hennessy Simon, cook Washington Hotel 

Hennig F M, gardener James Hutchison, res 1814 Telegraph ave 

Henning Henry A, res 1020 Willow 

Henning John B, carpenter, 1020 Willow 

Henninger Frederick, shoemaker, 1309 San Pablo ave 

Henninger John A, propr Grand Western Hotel and Restaurant, 

1756 and 1758 Seventh 
Hennings Annie Miss, teacher Lock wood School, res 1652 Four- 
teenth 
Hennings John, bartender John Kayser, res 820 Harrison 
Hennings Martin, delivery clerk S P Co, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Hennings Michael N, upholsterer C L Taylor, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Hennings Robert A, clerk S P Co, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Henon Charles W, brick mason, res 654 Jackson 
Henon Paul, brick layer, res 654 Jackson 
Henos M, groceries, 930 East Fourteenth 

Henrichs August (Henrichs & Haesloop, S F) res 950 Kirkham 
Henrichs Mary Mrs, res New York Hotel 
Henrioulle John B, liquor dealer, S F, res 1369 Seventh 
Henry Ashman C, city clerk and treas City Hall, res 1221 Har- 
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Henry Axtell, engineer California Hosiery Co, res East Oakland 



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Henry Charles A, clerk W L Prather, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry Etta, finisher Cal Hosiery Co, res 1117 Thirteenth ave 
Henry Francis, miner, res 626 East Fourteenth 
Henry G S, brakeman S P Co, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry G S Mrs, artist, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry House, D L Campbell propr, 462 Ninth 
Henry John G, stock dealer, S F, res 858 Alice 
Henry J \V Rev, clergyman, res 1^258 Eleventh ave 
Henry T S (Weitman & Henry) res 1221 Harrison 
Henry William, machinist, res 1624 Linden 

Henry William W, commission merchant, S F, res 1719 Thir- 
teenth 
Henry W W Mrs, lodgings, 504 Thirteenth 
Henseler A B Mrs, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Henseler Mary B Miss, dressmaker, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Hensey Samuel, engineer S P Co, res 1710 Chase 
Henshaw Edward T (Taylor & Co) res 1221 Linden 
Henshaw F W, police judge, City Hall, res 941 Myrtle 
Henshaw John C, lumber dealer, res 1221 Linden 
Henshaw Sarah E Mrs, res 941 Myrtle 

Henshaw Tyler, cashier H P Gregory & Co, S F, res 941 Myrtle 
Henshaw William G, pres Morning Times Co and real estate with 

William J Dingee, res 276 East Fourteenth 
Hensler Louisa Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 919 

Thirty-sixth 
Hensley John H, carpenter, res Golden Eagle Hotel 
Henston Joseph, night watchman S P Co, res 1479 Twelfth ave 
Henton Griffith, carpenter, res 2422 Telegraph ave 
Hentze A Miss, res 1103 J Broadway 
Hentze S Mrs, res 1103 J Broadway 
Heplin H M, furniture, 752 Seventh 
HERALD OF TRUTH. Rev Granville S Abbott D D editor and 

publisher, office 569 Eleventh 
Herald Rose, domestic A S Magill, 706 Thirteenth 
Herbert Adjuteur, res 848 Isabella 

Herbert J, time keeper, res 768 Twelfth 

Herbert Joseph, stableman J Lusk Canning Co 

Herbert Paul W, carver, res 1456 Third 

Herbert & Sonderleiter (Theodore Herbert and Frank Sonderlei- 

ter) proprs Anheuser Saloon, 477 Ninth 
Herbert Theodore (Herbert & Sonderleiter) res 152 Fifth 
Herd Gertrude C Miss, teacher, res 490 Merrimac Place 
Herd John, with Newhall's Sons & Co, S F, res 490 Merrimac 

Place 
Herd Lucy F Miss, res 490 Merrimac Place 
Herd Nellie Miss, copyist Stoker & Shramm, NE cor Fifth and 

Broadway, res 490 Merrimac Place 
Herden Adolph, painter S P Co, res 826 Lydia 



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Herget Harry, locksmith, 1250 S;in Pablo ave 

Herlitz Robert, mill hand, S F, res Tenth nr Folsom, North Oak- 
land 

Herly Henr}^ helper S P Co 

Herman Elias S, merchant, S F, res 761 Fifth 

Herman John, harness maker Robert J Beeby, res 273 Sixth 

Herman Marian Miss, music teacher, bds 761 Fifth 

Herman Mary A Mrs, res 606 Eighteenth 

Herman M H, clerk J E McElrath, 906 Broadway, res S F 

Herman Myer, salesman L Liebmann, res 761 Fifth 

Hermann Albert, res 613 Fifteenth 

Hermitage House, Leon Faure propr, end Fruit Vale ave 

HERON ERNEST A, real estate, 1050 Broadway, res 767 Thir- 
teenth 

Heron Michael, laborer S P Co 

Herpst Johanna, res n s Forty-fifth nr Adeline 

Herr Edward, solicitor Fashion Stable, res 860 Broadway 

Herrick Alice F Miss, teacher Snell Seminary, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Annie M, teacher Stanford Kindergarten, S F, res 1302 
Twelfth 

Herrick Bertha F Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick D, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Herrick E M, shipping and commission merchant, S F, res 2081 
Webster 

Herrick Florence L Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Lucy Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Margaret C Miss, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick Medora B Mrs, res 962 Market 

Herrick William A, asst bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, S F, 
res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrick William F, asst sec Fire and Marine Commercial Insur- 
ance Co, res 1302 Twelfth 

Herrioff George, engineer S P Co, res 369 East Eleventh 

Herpch B, with M B Brady, res 1156 Broadway 

HERSEY & CHL0UPEK (E A Hersey and Vincent Chloupek) 
City Brass Works, 720 Washington 

Hersey Edgar A (Hersey & Chloupek) res 1113 Broadway 

Hersey F H, clerk, S F, res 1252 Franklin 

Hershberg Leon (Leon Hershberg & Co) res 608 Seventeenth 

HERSHBERG LEON & CO (Leon Hershberg) wholesale liquors, 
853 Washington (See ad. on next page) 

Hershberg Sallie Miss, res 608 Seventeenth 

Herspring Abram, peddler, res 213 Second 

Herspring David, peddler, res 213 Second 

Herzo Paul, bartender John Hennessy, res cor Seventh and 
Broadway 

Herzog Otto H, clerk Harrison & Boyce, res 616 Twelfth 

Herzog Philip, upholsterer, res 274 B 



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Heslep Joseph W, employe S P Co, res 1162 Fifth 

Hess Mary J, res 1162 Fifth 

Hessaman — , Pacific Press, res 269 Fifteenth 

Hesschnich Joseph, hostler El Dorado Stable 

Hesse F G, professor State University, res Avenue House 

Hessemann George, salesman E tl Nordhausen, res 513 Eleventh 

Hessens Thomas, bds 854 Harrison 

H.sson Magum, emplove Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1430 
Third 

Hestie John H, baker, res 967 Washington 

Hetkes Robert E, artificial stone worker, res 738 Henry 

Hettstein Bertha, domestic, 1167 Castro 

Heverin Mamie, dressmaker Mrs M A Thorn, res 862 Twenty- 
first 

Heverin P, sewer contractor, 1355 Broadway, res 862 Twenty- 
first 

Heverin Thomas, cooper J Levy, res 826 Twenty-first 

Hewes C Leslie, salesman Pierce & Co, res 1971 Grove 

Hewes C W, bookkeeper, S F, res 1971 Grove 

Hewett Grace Miss, student, res 1216 Filb e_rjb 

Hewett M D, special officer, res 1014 Webster 

Hewitt Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 1735 Market 

Hewitt Libby Miss, milliner Mrs Silberberg, res Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 

HEWLET L0UIS< farmer and dealer in hay and grain, Santa 
Rita Ranch, office 412 East Twelfth and 1116 and 1118 
Eighth ave, res 476 East Eleventh * 

Hexer Louise Miss, domestic, res 1339 Alice 

Heyman Henry., professor violin Field Seminary 

Heyn M Mrs, dressmaker, res 652 Webster 

Heyn Mary Mrs, res 322 Second 

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P5 6 Hickel William, butcher California Restaurant, res 967 Franklin 

.§ Hickethier RE, professor of music, res 617 Ninth 

9 ^ § Hickey Andrew, res 555 Twenty-second 

E g £ HICKEY & COLE (G C Hickey) real estate and insurance, 922 
pi \ s Broadway 

^ » ^ Hickey George C (Hickey & Cole) res 566 Sixteenth 

<J o< - Hickey Hannah Mrs, res n s Spring nr Adeline 

vi * o Hickev Hannah, domestic J L Howard, Vernon Heights 

pq ^ ^ Hickey John, iron moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res n s 
R 3 -m Spring nr Adeline 

pi 2 ■§ Hickey John D, engine wiper, res 323 Ninth 

I** § £ Hickey Kate Miss, res n s Spring nr Adeline 

pi - Hickey L F ( J J Lerri & Co) res 555 Twenty-second 

H * ^ Hickey Mamie Miss, res n s Spring nr Adeline 

<J y Hickey Mary E, domestic, 553 Caledonia 

g ^ § Hickey Patrick, foreman S P Co, res 1258 Fifth ave 

J ^ Hickey Theresa, telegraph operator, res 930 Feral ta 



H^co Hickey Thomas, plasterer, res 1258 Fifth ave 

M g . Hickie Lilly Miss, res 822 Twelfth 

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Hick ing A T Mrs. dressmaking, res 1661 Seward 
Hickling Thomas, sash and blind maker, res 1661 Seward 
Hickling William, machinist S P Co, res 1559 Seventh 
Hickman George, foremen E M Derby & Co, res 1055 Ninth 

ave 
Hickman L M, farmer, res 1360 Madison 
Hickman Louisa Mrs, res 985 Pine 

Hickman Robert D (Neher & Hickman) res 919 Webster 
Hickmott Stephen, sea captain, res Arlington House 
Hickok Benjamin E (Hickok Schroeder & Co) res 1155 Madison 
Hickok Charles T (Hickok, Schroeder & Co) res 1155 Madison 
Hickok, Schroeder & Co (B E and C T Hickok and P W Schroeder) 

proprs Golden Rule Roller Flouring Mill, 411-417 Third 
Hickox John H, clerk, S P Co, res Market Street Block 
Hicks John, harnessman Thirteenth Street Stables, res 411 Thir- 
teenth 
Hicks Nettie Miss, clerk F W Lake, res NW cor Fifteenth and 

Clay 
Hieatt H L, res 562 Ninth 
Hielmann Lizzie, nurse, 1216 Brush 
Hiere Idamie Miss, res cor East Twenty-eighth and Twenty-fourth 

ave # 

HIERLIHY, BELL & CO (TL Hierlihy and A P Bell) proprietors 

Pioneer Planing Mills, SW cor First and Broadway 
Hierlihy T L (Hierlihy, Bell & Co) res Alameda 
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HIGGINBOTHAM THOMAS W, groceries, 1152 Seventh, res 823 
Adeline 

Higgins Albert H, bookkeeper Higgins & Collins, S F, res 1163 
Brush 

Higgins B Mrs, res 1447 Chestnut 

Higgins Barnet, dairyman, res 823 Sixteenth 

Higgins Denis, laborer, res 1570 Third 

Higgins Elisha (Higgins & Collins, S F) res 678 Thirteenth 

Higgins 'Emma Miss, res 1278 Seventeenth ave 

Higgins Eugene, carpenter, res 593 Twenty-fifth 

Higgins Eugene, contractor, res 597 Sycamore 

Higgins Ida, domestic, 854 Alice 

Higgins James, student, res 1361 Telegraph ave 

Hiorgins James, picker Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1570 
^ Third 

Higgins John Mrs, res 1278 Seventeenth ave 

Higgins John, track layer, res 1278 Seventeenth ave 

Higgins Joseph B, clerk, S F, res 1447 Chestnut 

Higgins Katharine Mrs, res 1818 Atlantic 

Higgins Lewis T, contractor and builder, res 593 Sycamore 

Higgins M, employe Pacific Improvement Co, res 1361 Telegraph 
ave 

Higgins Mary Miss, res 1322 Tenth ave 

Higgins Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1361 Telegraph ave 

Higgins M H Mrs, nurse, res 554 Thirty-ninth 

Higgins Nancy M Mrs, res 241 Ettie 

Higgins P, engineer S P Co, res 415 Seventh 

Higgins Patrick, laborer, res 415 Seventh 

Higgins Roger, laborer, res 811 Willow 

Higgins William H, contractor and builder, res 597 Sycamore 

Higgs Elizabeth, branch bakery, 1319 San Pablo ave 

Higgs Henry, cook, res 1319 San Pablo ave 

High Alex Z, machinist, res 816 Filbert 

High Gavin D, reporter, res 816 Filbert 

.High Geddy H, clerk, S F, res 816 Filbert 

High W H Jr, note clerk Union National Bank, res 1432 Webster 

High William H, mining, res 816 Filbert «* 

Highland John, grocer, res 1748 Filbert \ 

Highland Park, cor East T went} 7 -seventh and Fifteenth ave 

Higley John A, insurance and real estate, 1169 West 

Hignet Louis M, butcher, 1203 Seventh 

Higuera John, farmer, res n s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Higuera Lyda, domestic, 1762 Seventh 

Higuera Manuel, barber, Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, res 
Oriental House 

Hilborn S G, atty-at-law, S F, res 354 East Fourteenth 

Hildebrand George D, traveling correspondent Resources of Cali- 
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Hildebrand J Mrs, housekeeper, res NE cor Thirteenth and Wil- 
low 

Hildia Theodore, blacksmith, res 834 Cedar 

Hill C C. bookkeeper, S F, res 242 Ettie 

Hill David, lather, res 1577 Market 

Hill Edward C, student University, res w s Vernon ave nr College 
ave 

Hill George B, merchant, res 1464 Twelfth 

Hiil G W, brakeman S PCo, res 1813 William 

Hill Harry, farmer, res 162 Second 

Hill Henry B, carpenter, res 1426 Eleventh 

Hill Isaac L, engineer, res 1060 Harrison 

Hill J A ,with Wallace Bros, res 1569 Broadway 

Hill James, fruits and produce, 865 W T ood 

Hill James, guard police department, res 818 Clay 

Hill J C, clerk Arthur Brown, res 218 Tenth 

Hill John, marble polisher, res 162 Second 

Hill John A, clerk New York Tea Store, res 1569 Broadway 

Hill John C, clerk, cor Cedar and Atlantic 

Hill Laura Miss, res cor Piedmont ave and Howard 

Hill Maria Mrs, res 1 62 Second 

Hill Nat, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Hill Pleasant, cook Ward Bios, res 475 Eleventh 

Hill R,' porter S P Co, res 2046 Chestnut , 

Hill R L, physician, 564 Fourteenth 

Hill Robert B, bookkeeper, res 1315 Eleventh ave 

Hill Ross, porter S P Co, res 1823 Adeline 

Hill Thomas, artist, res cor Piedmont ave and Howard 

Hill W Lair (Davis & Hill) res Claremont 

Hill William, expressman, res 1577 Market 

Hillam James, plasterer, res 1248 Center 

Hiller C A Mrs, res 1219 Franklin 

Killer H Theo, blacksmith S P Co, res 834 Cedar 

Hiller M E Mrs, propr Oakland Millinery Store, res 663 Twelfth 

Hilling Eugene H, tinner, res 673 Thirty-fourth 

Hilling Susan B Mrs, res 673 Thirty -fourth 

Hillman J, solicitor, res 473 Ninth 

Hillman Grafton, driver Scott Bros, res 558 Sixth 

Hills Arthur B, mgr Golden Gate Flouring Mills, S F, res 
1081 East Twenty-third 

Hills Austin H, commission merchant, res 1558 Eighth 

Hills Bert, res 1081 East Twenty-third 

Hillyard Minor, capitalist, res 1320 Castro 

Hillyard Peter, bootblack cor Seventh and West, res Seventh nr 
Washington 

Hilton Charles W, accountant, res 1209 Market 

Hilton Emma E Miss, teacher ironing school, res 572 Tenth 

Hilton James G, fireman S P Co, res 1717 Eighth 



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Hilton J D, conductor S P Co, res 1659 Eighth 

Hilton S M, foreman, res S F 

Hiltrude Mary Sister, teacher St Lawrence School 

Himlicher N, laborer, res 412 Bay Place 

Himmighofen Edwin, res 404 Fifth 

Hincheon John, mill hand East Oakland Planing Mills, res 555 

Broadway 
Hinckley Charles, clerk, S F, res 862 Chester 
Hinckley D B, Fulton Iron Works, S F, res Fruit Vale ave 
Hinckley Edward R, Fulton Iron Works S F, res Fruit Vale ave 
Hinckley Fritz W, student, res Fruit Vale ave 
Hinckley John L, teamster John Adams, res 682 Twenty-seventh 
Hinckley Lizzie B Miss, dressmaker, 1577 Broadway 
Hindman E, atty-at-law, res Galindo Hotel 
Hinds A L, horse trainer Dexter Stables, res Sunnvside House 
HINDS FIRMAN D, county recorder, Hall of Records, res 827 

Castro 
Hinds Hiram C, compositor Enquirer, res 416 Eighth 
Hinds William, employe S P Co, res 1620 San Pablo ave 
Hinds Willie, res 1733 Myrtle 

Hine Ed W, tailor E M Lipka, res 775 Twenty-second 
Hine Jacob D, tailor Greenhood & Moran, res 775 Twenty- 
second 
Hine Willis H, carpenter, res 161 Third 
Hines A L, horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park -" 
Hines Bertha Mrs, nurse, res 957 Campbell 

Hines Daniel, weigher Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 715 Linden 
Hines John C, electrotyper, S F, res 1016 Tenth ave 
Hines Mary Mrs, res 101 Louisa 
Hines Martin, laborer, res 110 Louisa 
Hines Thomas, teamster Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 682 East 

Twelfth 
Hinkle Evelyn Miss, res 1020 Adeline 
Hinkle J M, physician, S F, res 1020 Adeline 
Hinkson J F, res 767 Webster 

Hinman A F, bookkeeper W S & O T Co, res 968 Fifth 
Hinman Henry L, clerk W S & O T Co, S F, res 968 Fifth 
Hinman Louis A, salesman W H Nolan & Co, res 968 Fifth 
Hinman Louis A Jr, clerk, res 96 s * Fifth 
Hinrichs August, liquor dealer, res 950 Kirkham 
Hinricksen Amanda, chambermaid Home for Adult Blind 
Hinricksen -Marian Miss, domestic Home for Adult Blind 
Hinsdale C W, telegraph operator S P Co, res 1011 Linden 
Hinsdale Daniel C, chief clerk Western Union Telegraph office, 

S F, res 1230 Chestnut 
Hintermeyer Frank, res 1314 Linden 

Hintermeyer John, printer Enquirer office, 418 Ninth, res 1314 
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^ +* o Hinton M A Mrs, res 1514 San Pablo ave 

jf2 £ 5 Hintze C F, painter, res 759 East Twelfth 

^ % |j Hinz William, wholesale milliner, S F, res 679J Sixth 

£5 S £ Hirsch Charles J, real estate at, S F, res 937 Campbell 

rJ?i Hirsch Herman, car builder Oakland Planing * Mills, res 2072 

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W Hirsch ban m Jacob, clerk M Scharman, res 409 \ Twelfth 
Hirsch berg Alexander, clerk N Rosenberg, res 316 Ninth 
•g £2 Hirschberg Delia Miss, res 316 Ninth 
g g Hirschberg M Mrs, res 316 Ninth 

j-t -^ Hirshbaum Moses, clerk Morris Scharman, res 1067 Broadway 
Hirshberg Alex, res 959 Broad way 

Hirshberg David S, chief clerk Mint, S F, res 1456 Castro 
Hirshberg R Mrs, res 1456 Castro 

Hirshspring David, candy maker Bruning Bros, res 213 Second 
CO Hirst John W, canvasser Domestic Sewing Machine Co, res 801 
cs Twenty-sixth 

Hirst M J Mrs, dry goods and notions, 801 Twenty-sixth 
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i 5 Hiscox Lester, employe Eagle Box Manufacturing Co, res 1262 
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Hiscox Richard, employe Eagle Box Manufacturing Co, res 1262 

Eighth 
Hisenxlt Florence Mrs, housekeeper, 936 Willow 
Hitchcock Chester, res 2441 Piedmont ave 
^D j Hichcock Flora H, musician, res 1214 Clay 
C ti ^ Hitchcock Geo W, chief engineer steamer Dora, res 1019 Pine 

Hitchcock Hattie E Miss, dressmaker, res 1214 Clay 
^£j2 Hitchcock Phoebe M Mrs, dressmaker, res 1214 Clay 
^^ | Hite Abraham E, broom maker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Q^ j Hoadley Joseph H, consulting engineer California Door Co, res 
cor Lake and Jackson 
H0AG C P (Western Union Telegraph Co) 474 Tenth, res Addi- 
son ave 
Hoag E J Mrs, res 1020 Jefferson 
Hoag Florence M Miss, res 1020 Jefferson 
Hoag Frank C, res 1066 Tenth 
Hoag Jonathan, res 985 Campbell 
Hoag J W Mrs, res 1020 Jefferson 

Hoagland R H, pay supt U S Army, res 306 Fourteenth 
Hobart Edgar, clerk, res 1261 Sixth ave 
Hobart Eliza Ann Mrs, res 1467 San Pablo ave 
Hobart John H, engineer S P Co, res 1467 San Pablo ave 
Hobart John R, lumber surveyer, S F, res 1261 Sixth ave 
Hobart Joseph B, cut nailer, res 774 Fifth 
Hobbs Henry, laborer, bds 758 Castro 
Hobdell E Mrs, res 1623 Taylor 




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Hoblit Lillie Miss, res 1061 drove 

Hobson Benjamin, painter, res 315 Tenth 

Hock William, carpenter S P Co, res 954 New Broadway 

Hockey H G, bank clerk, res East Twenty-eighth nr Nineteenth 

ave 
Hocking Edward B, laborer, res 1004 Third 
Hodge Benjamin, sign painter, res 690 East Sixteenth 
Hodges Al, engineer American Sugar Refinery, res 986 Wood 
Hodges George, millwright, res 1717 Lincoln 
Hodges Selden E, mill hand Golden Gate Mills, S F, res 1717 

Lincoln 
Hodgkins Andrew L, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res 658 

Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkins Edward A, painter, res 658 Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkins St Clair, special officer, res 658 Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkiss George, doorkeeper Stock Exchange, S F, res 636 

Chestnut 
Hodkins Edwin C, clerk Simon's Millinery Store, res 762 Willow 
Hodkins Ida Miss, with M W Hodkins, res 762 Willow 
Hodkins Louis, glovemaker M W Hodkins, res 1687 Eighth 
Hodkins Louis A, glovemaker M W Hodkins, res 762 Willow 
Hodkins Malcom W, glove manufacturer, 1725 Seventh, res 762 

Willow 
Hoenisch Alex, furniture and upholstering, 867 Washington, res 

815 Jackson 
Hofer Grandjean Mine, artist, res 1674 Telegraph ave 
Hofer Hermann, lithographer and printer, res 1674 Telegraph ave 
Hoff Thomas T, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Hoffman C H, gardener, res 772 East Twelfth 
Hoffman Edward, merchandise broker, S F, res 942 Union 
Hoffman George J, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res S F 
Hoffman Louis, fireman, res 467 Sixth 
Hoffman Rachel Mrs, varieties, 467 Sixth 
Hoffman W N Mrs, res Beulah Park 
Hoffman Walberger Mrs, res 218 Fourth 
Hoffman William, cabinet maker, res 626 Thirt}^-sixth 
Hoffmann Joseph, furniture packer, S F, res 956 Campbell 
Hoffschneider William, printer, res cor East Thirty-fifth and 

Cameron 
i Hofleng Frederick, jeweler, S F, res 1666 Taylor 
, Hofleng Mary Miss, domestic, res 1666 Taylor 
Hofsas Chris (Hofsas & Steinbeck) and butcher, 1303 San Pablo 

ave, res 210 Eighth 
i Hofsas & Steinbeck (Chris Hofsas and Hy Steinbeck) proprs 

Oakland Meat Chopping House, 557 Broadway 
j Hof schmidt Frederick, salesman, S F, res 1664 Seward 
I Hosfan Mrs, res 806 Jackson 
Hoc-an Augustus, res 2046 Union 




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Hogan Bridget, res 1010 Fifth 

Hogan Bridget, domestic, 1114 Twelfth 

Hogan Edward W, with Wells, Fargo & Co, res 466 h Thirteenth 

Hogan Frank, bartender R W Pengellay, res 917 Seventh 

Hogan J T, res 210 Seventh 

Hogan Johanna, domestic, 1405 Alice 

Hogan Julia Mrs, weaver, res 2046 Union 

Hogan M. gardener, res 821 East Fourteenth 

Hogan Margaret Mrs, res 1025 Chester 

Hogan Maria Mrs, res 806 Jackson 

Hogan Michael, shoemaker, res 2046 Union 

Hogarty J D, res 410 Second 

Hogarty John, butcher Gilardin Bros, res 821 East Fourteenth 

Hogarty Joseph B, veterinary surgeon, 370 Eleventh, res 821 East 

Fourteenth 
Hogarty William E, with W S Richman, res 821 East Fourteenth 
Hoge John, bartender L Reinke, res 417 Seventh 
Hogg James, with Sperry & Co, S F, res 1325 Alice 
Hogshead B L, student, res San Pablo ave nr Klinkner ave 
Hogshead D A, physician and surgeon, res San Pablo ave nr 

Klinkner ave 
Hogue Nellie Mrs, res 1417 Tenth 
Hoguet G W, carpenter, r« s 1837 Linden 

Hoguet Louis, propertyman Oakland Theater, res 1837 Linden 
H ohm an Hugo, res 1057 Thirteenth ave 
Hoisington Jasper A, druggist H Bowman, res 630 Ninth 
Hokes J A F N, clerk, res Winters Hotel 
Holath Domenea (Schular & Holath) res cor Telegraph ave and 

Fortieth 
Holbrook F B, traveling salesman M J Keller, 1007 Broadway 
Holcomb Emma A Mrs, dressmaker, res Nucleus House 
Holcomb Myron T, bookkeeper E A Heron, res 1416 West 
Holcomb William A, grain merchant, S F, res 522 Seventeenth 
Holden Charles S, plumber E F Delger, res 31 6 J Third 
Holden C S Mrs, res 1053 Fifth ave ^"~ 

Holden Erastus, clerk S P Co, 1900 Seventh, res S F 
Holden John, laborer, res n s Thirty -ninth bet Telegraph ave and - " 

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Holdsworth Bennett, carpenter, res 362 East Seventeenth ■ 

Holdsworth George N, painter V P Mitchels, res 362 East Seven- Q J 

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Holiness Mission, 377 Tenth E j 

Holland Mrs, tailoress Philadelphia Dye Works, res 561 Sixth CO . 

Holland Abraham F, porter S P Co, res 830 Seventeenth ■ , 

Holland A G Miss, telegraph operator, res 403 Ninth 
Holland A P, clerk U P R R Co, S F, res 1012 Chestnut * 

HOLLAND A P (Clark, Holland & Co) res 1012 Chestnut 
Holland Dennis, detective, res 403 Ninth 



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Holland Edward F, bookkeeper James Holland, res 801 Brush 

Holland Henry A, clerk H M Collins, res 267 Sixth 

Holland James, watchman, Bodie, res 204-1 Filbert 

Holland James, groceries, 801 Brush 

Holland John C, plasterer, res 267 Sixth 

Holland John, laborer, res 764 Brush 

Holland Joseph, butler, NW cor Madison and Ninth 

Holland M, capitalist, res 403 Ninth 

Holland Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 764 Brush 

Holland Michael Jr, clerk James Holland, res 764 Brush 

Holland Nellie Miss, nurse Woolsey Hospital 

Holland Oscar, painter J W Lindsey, res 7 Maple 

Holland Oscar J, painter, res 978 Cypress 

Holland T J, saddler, res 403 Ninth 

Holland W D, machinist S P Co 

Holland William B, brakeman S P Co, res 267 Sixth 

Holland W J, bookkeeper, res 403 Ninth 

Hollaran M Mrs, res 1537 Curtis 

Hollaran Mark, laborer, res 1519 Curtis p 

Holleran Martin, laborer, res 1719 Atlantic 

Holies Harry, japanner, res 1472 Fifth 

Holliday Albert, carpenter, res 770 Fifth 

Holliday Ella Miss, dressmaker, res 925 Union 

Holliday Fredrick M, brass foundry, S F, res 770 Fifth 

Holliday James E, carpenter, res 326 East Eighth 

Holliday James K, carpenter, res 326 East Eighth 

Holliday Joseph, carpenter, res 326 East Eighth 

Holliday John M, tanner, res 415 East Twelfth 

Holliday Martha Mrs, res 770 Fifth 

Hollis Harry, japanner, res 1472 Fifth 

Hollister Cora Miss, res 824 Myrtle 

Hollitz Henry, sailor, res 1515 Fifth 

Hollmann Charles H, clerk J H Von Der Horst, res 807 Castro 

Holloran Martin, laborer S P Co, res 1719 Atlantic 

Hollywood Andrew, clerk, S F, res 1668 Twelfth 

Hollywood Mary Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Holm Anna, domestic, res 957 Castro 

Holm O, Bellevue Nursery, NE cor Piedmont and Moss ave 

Holm Richard, bench hand Oakland Planing Mills, res 228 Second 

Holman Almira Mrs, res 832 West 

Hoi man Louis Mrs, res 832 Market 

Holrnan Mary Mrs, res 807 Castro 

Holmes Aaron Mrs, res 1015 Peralta 

Holmes Anna E Mrs, res 776 Eleventh 

Holmes Charles J, branch office Palace Dye Works, S F, 1107 

Broadway, res S F 
Holmes Fred, chemist Jackson & Co, S F, res 1097 Third 
Holmes Frederick L, collector Pacilic Press, res 1312 Twelfth ave 



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Holmes G Mrs, res 688 Twenty-fifth 
Holmes James, marine engineer, res 215 Ettie 
Holmes J E Mrs, bakery and varieties, 1911 San Pablo ave 
Holmes John M, Hartford Fire Insurance Co, S F, res 572 Tenth 
Holmes Lilly Miss, res 776 Eleventh 
Holmes L M Mrs, res 1525 Broadway 
Holmes Maria C Mrs, dressmaker, res 1060 Seventh ave 
Holmes Mary B Mrs, res 528 Jones 

Holmes M W, propr Dexter Stables, NE cor Twelfth and Har- 
rison, res 582 Twenty-second 
Holmes Robert, commercial traveler, res 816 Thirty-fifth 
Holmes Silas J, civil engineer, S F, res 776 Eleventh 
Holmes Silas M, railroad contractor, S F, res 776 Eleventh 
Holmes S O, res 120 Louise 
Holorin Ellen Mrs, res 1661 Eighth, rear 
Holorin James, foundry laborer, S F, res 1661 Eighth, rear 
Hoist J, laborer Brooklyn Tannery, res Brooklyn Hotel 
Holt Charles H (Holt Bros, S F) res 1355 Madison 
Holt G A Capt,.master mariner, res 1070 Campbell 
Holt Newton A, engineer S P Co, res 1768 William 
Holt T C Mrs, res 1768 William 
Holton Sarah Mrs, res 1576 Telegraph ave 
Holtz John, sailor, res 2026 Union 
Homager Henry, laborer, res 219 Sixth 
HOME FOR ADULT BLIND, T O Crawford superintendent, cor 

Telegraph ave and Thirty-sixth 
Home for the Sick, Dr Sa-Yon-Na, 1513 Ninth 
Home Insurance Co of New York, H L Roff agt, 1004 Broadway 
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO Alameda County Branch, H 

F Gordon manager, 900 Broadway 
Home Restaurant, Misses Wilson proprs, 1506 Seventh 
HOME SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES (Field Seminary) 1825 

Telegraph ave 
Home Security Building and Loan Association of Alameda County, 

office 457 Ninth 
Homeopathic Pharmacy, William Brueck propr, 956 Broadway 
Homm N, painter S P Co, res 901 Washington 
Honeich A, upholsterer, res 815 Jackson 
Honer Joseph, shoemaker, res 1529 Seventh 
Hoof John, capitalist, res 371 Tenth 
Hoogs William W, real estate, res 69 Valley 
Hook Elijah, furniture and carpets, 1108 and 1110 Broadway, 

res 961 Madison 
Hook James (Dolan & Hook) res 408 Thirteenth 
Hook H H, shoemaker Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co 
Hook and Ladder Co No 1, J W Bankhead foreman, 568 Sixth 
Hook M R, shoemaker Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1769 

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Hook Walter E, physician, 810 Fourteenth 

Hook W P, bookkeeper E Hook, res 163 Tenth 

Hooley C (Doody & Hooley) res La Clede House 

Hooley John, carpenter, res 861 Harrison 

Hooley Kate Miss, domestic, 1363 Sixth ave 

Hooper C L Capt, U S revenue cutter Oorwin, bds 1020 Jefferson 

Hooper W H, propr Hotel Merritt, 408 Twelfth 

Hoos Stephen, hostler Dexter Stables 

Hop Chung & Co, Chinese and Japanese goods, 830 Broadway 

Hope Charles, hostler, NE cor McAdam and New Broadway - " 

Hope Frank, student, res 663 Nineteenth 

Hope Jennie Miss, res 816 Thirty-fourth 

Hope John VV, carpenter, res 588 Twenty-fifth 

Hopfenmtiller Lawrence, professor of music, res 168 Fifth 

Hopken Albert, groceries, 1301 Center 

Hopkins Academy, Rev H E Jewett principal, Plymouth ave 
bet Telegraph ave and Broadway, carriage entrance head of 
Webster 

Hopkins George E, broker, res 1422 West Seventeenth 

Hopkins Henry C, clerk Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner, res 366 
Tenth 

Hopkins Hugh, clerk Mrs M Hopkins, res 729 Fifth 

Hopkins J H, insurance agt, Ninth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington, res Brunswick House 

Hopkins M Mrs, groceries, 729 Fifth 

Hopkins Marcine, carpenter, res 1054 Fourteenth 

Hopkins Orrin K, capitalist, res Brunswick House 

Hopkins Thomas, apprentice Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher, res 
729 Fifth 

Hoppe John C (Brigham, Hoppe & Co, S F) res 1424 Eighth 

Hoppe Reinhold, cutler, S F, res cor East Twenty-seventh and 
Twenty-third ave 

Hoppen Jane Mrs, res 1322 Harrison 

Horan John, salesman H Schellhaas, res 672 Twenty-seventh 

Hord S A Mrs, res 1013 Sixth ave 

H organ Nellie Miss, res 1557 Seventh 

Horn B, baker, res 468 Fifth 

Horn Frederick M, gardener, res 834 Sixteenth 

Horn John, repairer Schellhass, res 672 Twenty-seventh 

Horn John V, cigar maker, 232 Twelfth 

Horn T L, tobacconist, res Tubbs Hotel 

Hornan Mrs, res 609 Tenth 

Hornan Jennie Miss, res 609 Tenth 

Hornberger & Co (E E Hornberger) cigar mfrs, 1226 San Pablo ave 

Hornberger E E (Hornberger & Co) res 582 Twentieth 

Hornbrook Carrie Mrs, res 1008 Wood 

Hornby William, plasterer, res 550 Thirty-fifth 

Home J M, clerk California Jute Mills, res 312 East Sixteenth 







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Hornick Gussie Miss, dressmaker, 1407 Broadway^ 

Hornick N H Mrs, teacher Lafayette School, res 1322 Tenth 

Horning E B, druggist, res 853 Adeline 

Horning G Jr, druggist, res 853 Adeline 

Hornish A, furniture, 867 Washington 

Hornisch J (Beckert & Hornisch) res 317 Seventh 

Hornish George B, furniture dealer, 779 Sixth 

Hornung P Mrs, res 853 Adeline 

Hornung Rudolph F, piano maker and tuner Bruenn Piano Fac- 
tory, res 2061 Market 

Horr M E Mrs, Grand Central Lodging House, 475 Ninth 

Horrell Laura A Miss, clerk post-office, S F, res 528 Eighteenth 

Horrell Sarah N Mrs, res 528 Eighteenth 

Horsenmailer A, laborer Brooklyn Tannery, res Brooklyn Hotel 

Horsford E, physician, res 375 Tenth 

Horstman Anton F, propr Pioneer Cigar Factory, res 1320 San 
Pablo ave 

Horswell David, miner, res 613 Nineteenth 

Horte P, capitalist, res 2029 East Fourteenth 

Horton Amanda C Mrs, principal Piedmont School, res 1630 
Eighth 

Horton Emily A Miss, res 1357 Franklin 

Horton Estella, nurse, res 1505 Telegraph ave 

Horton Francis A Rev, pastor First Presbyterian Church, res 
1357 Franklin 

Horton George W, school teacher (Berkeley) res 1630 Eighth 

Horton Lucy Miss, res 1670 San Pablo ave 

Horton Rachel Miss, compositor Enquirer, res Alameda 

Horton S W Miss, principal private school, res 964 Eighteenth 

Hoskins S A Mrs, res 769 Jefferson 

Hosmer Abel (F E Knowles & Co) res 763 Clay 

Hosmer F W, printer, res 860 Harrison 

Hosmer George W, clerk Greenbaum, Weil & Michaels, S F, res 
860 Harrison 

Hosten Josephine, cook, res 1604 Atlantic 

Hostettei Frank, butcher Hayes, Brooks & Co, res 1229 Thir- 
teenth ave 

Hoswell M A Mrs, res 1209 Adeline 

Hotchkiss E L, teacher Sackett school, res 529 Twentv-first 

Hotchkiss O E, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Hotchkiss Thaddeus S, res 664 Eleventh 

Hotchkiss William J, millwright, S F, res 971 Cypress 

Hotel Merritt, W H Hooper propr, 404 Twelfth 

Houette Constant, gardener, res s s Forty-eighth nr Shattuck ave 

Hough Earl F Dr, res 871 Chester 

Hough George W, carpenter, res 1420 Franklin 

Houofh Lizzie Miss, res 1420 Franklin 

Hough William, res 416 Birnie 



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Hougham II D, engineer, res 379 Fifth 

Houghton Annie E Miss, dressmaker, S F, res 833 Clay 

Houghton George, expressman, s s Thirty-ninth bet Telegraph 
ave and Grove 

Houghton George F, boot fitter, S F, bds 833 Clay 

Houghton H B (C B Gould & Co) and sec Alameda County 
Branch Home Mutual Insurance Co, res S F 

Houghton Katie V Miss, dressmaker, res 833 Clay 

Houghton Miles K, shoe findings, 615 Seventh, res 833 Clay 

JHoughton S C Mrs, res 1305 Clay 

Houriet W T, jeweler, 1224 San Pablo ave, res 620 Eighteenth 

Hourigan John, roller Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1007 Third 

Hourigan William, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1007 
Third 

House Arthur P, bookkeeper Pacific Bank, S F, res 358 East 
Fourteenth 

House F J, laborer California Cotton Mills, res Brooklyn Hotel 

House Mover, Henry A Dunlap, res 831 Union 

Houseman Abbie Miss, teacher Oakland Free Kindergarten, res 
Krlsey House 

Hove Bernard, special delivery messenger post-office, res 960 Clay 

Hove David P, printer, res 960 Clay 

Hove Hedley S, salesman, res 960 Clay 

.Hove Sarah C Mrs, res 960 Clay 

Howard Asa E, atty-at-law, 1109 Tenth ave 

Howard C Greenwich, atty-at-law, S F, res 1304 Webster 

HOWARD CARY, attorney-at-law and notary public, 1003J 
Broadway, rms 7 and 8, res 819 Fifteenth 

Howard Cyrus J, gardener, res nr end Fruit Vale ave 

Howard Edward A, teacher, res 819 Fifteenth 

Howard G W, blacksmith, 832 Twenty-eighth, res 821 Twenty- 
second 

Howard Insurance Co of New York, H Griffin agt, 958 Broad- 
way 

Howard James, boiler maker Union Iron Works. S F, res 1856 
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Howard Jane C Mrs, res 819 Fifteenth 

Howard John, laborer, res 726 Chestnut 

Howard John, fireman S P Co, res 1973 Division 

HOWARD JOHN L manager Oregon Improvement Co, S F, res 
Vernon Heights 

Howard L M Mrs, boarding house, 572 Tenth 

Howard Mary Mrs, res 720 Seventeenth 

Howard Sylvester, traveling salesman, res 1914 Myrtle 

Howard Thomas, res 519 Seventh 

Howard T W, switchman S P Co, res 813 Peralta 

Howe Alice Miss, res 612 Ninth 

Howe Baxter, binder Pacific Press, res 725 Eleventh 



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Howe C, brakeman S P Co, res 1011 Pine 

Howe D G Mrs, res 1304 Franklin 

Howe E M Mrs, res 612 Ninth 

Howe Lizzie Miss, res cor Piedmont and Moss ave 

Howe M A Mrs, res 1012 Chestnut 

Howe Mamie Miss, employe spice mills, res 268 Fifth 

Howe Montgomery, supt Broadway and Piedmont Railroad Co, 

res cor Piedmont and Moss ave 
Howe Samuel, miner, res cor Piedmont and Moss ave 
Howe Schuyler, expressman, res 253 Second 
Howe Thomas, carpenter, res 1653 Seventh 
Howell — , wood and coal, res 520 Fifth 
Howell Albert, bookkeeper, S F, res 622 Seventeenth 
Howell Annie Miss, res 669 Seventeenth 
Howell Benjamin, bookkeeper, res 1013 East Twenty-fourth 
Howell David, stair builder, res 262 Fourth 
Howell Eugene W, assayer, Nevada, res 1317 Alice 
Howell F W, butcher, 555 Sixth 
Howell George W, salesman, res 262 Fourth 
Howell Hattie Miss, res 1317 Alice 
Howell H B, bookkeeper, S F, res 270 Twenty-third 
Howell Hugh, student University, res 1413 Brush 
Howell John, farmer, res 162 Second 

Howell John G (Howell & Scudder, S F) res 669 Seventeenth 
Howell J L, guard Golden Gate Park, 8 F, res 1521 Thirteenth ave 
Howell Kate Miss, res 669 Seventeenth 
Howell' Lena Mrs, bookkeeper F W Howell, res 555 Sixth 
Howell Lizzie Miss, teacher, res 118 Eleventh 
Howell Lizzie Miss, res 1317 Alice 
Howell Mathias D, mining operator, res 1317 Alice 
Howell Respino, res 1013 East Twenty-fourth 
Howell Thomas C, solicitor, res 1451 Market 
Howell William E, stair builder, res 715 Third 
Howell William J, carpenter, res 1013 East Twenty-fourth 
Howett William C, signalman S P Co, foot of Webster, res 1316 

Twelfth ave 
Howie Robert H, engineer S P C Co, res 1067 Kirkham 
Howie Thomas, carpenter, res 1653 Seventh 
Howland B F (Howland & Ditmas) res 1771 Goss 
Howland & Ditmas (B F Howland and H Ditmas) photographers, 

SW cor Clay and Tenth 
Howland E C Miss, operator Sunset Telephone Telegraph Co, res 

1771 Goss 
Howland Ed, clerk Sol Greenhood, res 1771 Goss 
Howland Frank, clerk Home Benefit Life Insurance Co, S F, res 

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Howland Frank P, postal clerk bet S F and Los Angeles, res 

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Howlett Fred W, butcher, S F, res 555 Sixth 

Howlett W, special officer, res 1936 Linden 

Howlett William, hostler El Dorado Stables 

Hoxie Hannah C Miss, res 1079 Twelfth 

Hoy John C, miner, res 943 Willow 

Hoyer Alfred C, sea captain, res 1212 Campbell 

Hoyt Frank B, clerk, S F, res 1005 Peralta 

Hoyt John G, custom house broker, S F, res 1239 Linden 

Hoyt Margaretta L Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, res 1259 Webster 

Hoyt May Miss, res 1005 Peralta 

Hoyt Nathan B, res 1005 Peralta 

Hoyt Oscar F, clerk Glines & Dudley, res 1005 Peralta 

Hoyt Stephen F, res 1663 Eleventh ave 

Hoyt William R, printer, S F, res 1005 Peralta 

Hoyte Mary B Mrs, res 1001 Franklin 

Hubbard Eveline Mrs, res 528 Eighteenth 

Hubbard F J Mrs, res 613 Sixteenth 

Hubbard Henry C, conductor S P Co, res 1726 Eighth „ 

Hubbard H G, engineer S P Co, res 966 Center 

Hubbard Ludlow, machinist S P Co, res 966 Center 

Hubbard Mary C Mrs, res NW cor Ninth ave and East Twentieth 

Hubbard Samuel, res 122 East Twelfth 

Hubbard Sarah J, res 521 Twentieth 

Hubbard Warren, machinist S P Co, res 966 Center 

Hubbard William S, machinist, res 833 Market 

Hubbart Hattie Mrs, res 1011 Webster 

Hubbell D S Mrs, dressmaker, res 1112 Thirty -fourth 

ubbell D S, stone cutter and engraver, res 1112 Thirty-fourth 
Huber Amanda, Dressmaker S W cor Wiiliam and Campbell 
Huber Charles O, car cleaner S P Co, res 1768 Division 
Huber George, res 840 Webster 
Huber & Lawton (John Huber and Elburton Lawton) general 

blacksmithing, 513 and 515 Sixteenth 
Hubert Frank, traveler Samm & Co, res S F 
Hubet Paul W, carver, res 1456 Third 
Hubley Solomon F, carpenter, res 969 Seventh ave 
Huddart James M, commission merchant, res 1668 Webster 
Hudnall C B Mrs, res 955 Clay 
Hudson A J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1460 Seventh 
Hudson Adam W, moulder, S F, res cor Cedar and Short 
Hudson Alfred J, shoemaker, res 1571 Seventh 
Hudson C, brakeman S P Co, res 1687 Seventh 
Hudson Elizabeth H Miss, seamstress, res 1455 Twelfth ave 
Hudson Fred, carpenter, res 889 Cedar 
Hudson George, res 1455 Twelfth ave 
Hudson John G, shoemaker, res 1571 Seventh 
Hudson Lilia Miss, milliner, res 753 Seventh 
Hudson Millie Mrs, dressmaker, res 753 Seventh 




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Huff A G, brakeman S P Co, res 742 Peralta 

Huff Lucien B, capitalist, res 474 East Fourteenth 

Huff Socrates, county treasurer, res San Leandro 

Huffma Louis, driver Engine Cart No 2, res 468 Sixth 

Hufschmidt Louis, plumber and gasfitter, S F, res 988 Wood 

Huges David M, bricklayer, res 578 Twenty -fourth 

Huggins John C, lumber dealer, S F, res 656 Fourteenth 

Hugh Brother, teacher St Lawrence School, res nr Grove 

Hughan A Wallace, tobacconist, 860 Washington 

Hughes — , employe S P Co, res 1723 Seventh 

Hughes Alfred, jeweler W G Ellis, res 831 Market 

Hughes Anna B Mrs, res 1050 Peralta 

Hughes Anne Miss, domestic, res 513 Tenth 

Hughes C M, Hamilton Hall, SE cor Thirteenth and Jefferson 

Hughes David, merchant, res 987 Campbell 

Hughes David Sr, clerk S P Co, res 1012 Fifth ave 

Hughes David Jr, fireman S P Co, res 1012 Fifth ave 

Hughes D P, vocal instruction Field Seminary, res Myrtle bet' 

Tenth and Twelfth 
Hughes Eleanor Miss, res 1214 Fourteenth 
Hughes Elizabeth A Miss, res 208 Eighth 
Hughes Enoch, groceries, 220 B 
Hughes George, cashboy Salinger's, res 831 Market 
Hughes George W, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Hughes G W, res 1330 Adeline 
Hughes H M, repairer S P Co, res 1654 Seventh 
Hughes Hugh, grain dealer, S F, res 1305 Alice 
Hughes Humphrey, engineer steamer Piecf/mont, res 1262 Tenth 

ave 
Hughes Isabella Mrs, res 1515 Brush 
Hughes J, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 837 Brush 
Hughes James, cigar maker, res 522 Second 
Hughes Jerry M, poster S P Co, res 818 Henry 
Hughes J J, dry goods, Brooklyn, res 208 Eighth 
Hughes John, contractor, res 376 East Fourteenth 
Hughes John, laborer S P Co, res Railroad Exchange 
Hughes John P, machinist, res 718 Second 
Hughes John T, carpenter shop, 859 Brush, res 753 Eighth 
Hughes J W, express, stand cor Seventh and Washington, res 

368 Seventh 
Hughes Katie Miss, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 1707 

Chase 
Hughes Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hughes Mark, horseshoer, res cor Third and Peralta 
Hughes Mary J Miss, res 711 Sixth 
Hughes Patrick, laborer S P Co, res 522 Second 
Hughes Robert A, police clerk, res 1328 Filbert 
Hughes Samuel, clerk, res 208 Eighth % 



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Hughes Samuel K Capt, res 1214 Fourteenth 

Hughes S M Mrs, lodgings, res 368 Seventh 

Hughes Thomas J Mrs, res 524 Sixteenth 

Hughes U, employe S P Go, res 1654 Seventh 

Hughes William, barber, 661 J Seventh 

Hughes William, shoemaker J Young, res 961 Washington___ 

Hughes William A, laborer S P Co, res 831 Market 

Hughes William E, carpenter William H Weilbye, res 1504 Fifth 

Hughes William H, fireman S P Co, res 831 Market 

Hughes William P, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 730 

Second 
Hughs Andrew S, contractor and builder, res 1068 Twenty-first 
Hughston D W, miner, res cor East Twentieth and Eleventh ave 
Huginin Ruby Mrs, res 366 Prospect ave 
Hulford Edwin W, merchant, S F, res 1458 Eighth 
Hull Herschel V, res Home for Adult Blind 
Hull William C, wood engraver, S F, res 570 Twenty-fourth 
Hulse Fred, employe steamer Piedmont, res 2026 Union 
Hulse John, employe steamer Piedmont, res 2026 Union 
Hulthen John J, shampooer, res 950 Pine 
Hulton James A, policeman, res Athol ave off Nineteenth, East 

Oakland 
Hum Bernard, car shop S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Humbell W, brakeman S P Co, res 1011 Pine 
Humbert Elmira Mrs, res 862 Twenty-sixth 
Hume Elizabeth F Mrs, res Blake House 
Hume George W, salmon packer and commission, S F, res cor 

Piedmont ave and Mather 
Hume James B, special officer Wells, Fargo & Co, res 1466 Eighth 
Hume Robert, artificial stone layer, res 823 Twenty-eighth 
Hume Thomas J, laborer, res 823 Twenty-eighth 
Humiston William, carpenter, res 468 East Eleventh 
Humphre} T Arthur, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 1265 Fifth ave 
Humphrey Augustine, janitor Safe Deposit Building, res 819 Wood 
Humphrey Emma M Miss, stenographer, S F, res 1266 Fifth ave 
Humphrey Frank V, res 655 East Thirty-third 
Humphrey George W, clerk Smith & Butler, res 635 East Thirty- 
first 
Humphrey Lorin H, teamster C L Taylor, res 635 East Thirty- 
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Humphrey M D Mrs, res Qhh East Thirty-third 
HUMPHREY MORTON, night watchman Oakland Bank of Sav- 
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Humphrey N G Miss, school teacher, res 1266 Fifth ave 
Humphreys — , teacher Wright's Private School, res 508 J Fif- 
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Humphreys Samuel, foreman McAvoy & McCarthy, res 873 Wash- 
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Hunkin Samuel, res 528 Knox Place 
Hunn B, cleaner S P Co, res 1758 Seventh 

Hunner Joseph, engineer Oakland Brewery, res 1508 Broadway 
Hunning F M, nurseryman Hutchison's Nursery, res cor Twenty- 
sixth and Telegraph ave 
Hunt A A Mrs, res 1104 Broadway 

HUNT A B attorney-at-law, S F, ires 1309 Thirteenth ave 
Hunt Addie Miss, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt Agnes Mrs, res 810 Tenth 
Hunt Alfred E. res 1755 Twenty -first ave 
Hunt Alice W Miss, music teacher, res 523 Twenty -first 
Hunt Austin R, employe Fruit Vale Railroad, res 1062 Twelfth 

ave 
Hunt Charles M, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt Charles, salesman W A Rouse & Co, res S F 
Hunt Edward, contractor and builder, res cor Fifth ave and 

Twenty-ninth 
Hunt Edward Mrs, private school, res Glen Echo nr Piedmont ave 
Hunt Edwin G, res 810 Tenth 
Hunt E E, collector and solicitor C L Taylor, res cor Fifth ave 

and East Tw T enty-Seventh 
Hunt E S, salesman Toplitz & Co, S F, res 1023 West 
Hunt Fannie Miss, res 810 Tenth 

Hunt Florence L Miss, res cor Fifth ave and East Twenty- seventh 
Hunt Frankie Miss, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt F W, watchmaker, bds 909 Alice 
Hunt George, emplove S P Co, res 1104 Broadway 
HUNT GEORGE C> proprietor City Hall Livery Stable, 514 

Fourteenth, res Evarts Block 
Hunt George W, buyer W W Montague & Co, S F, res n s Butler 

nr Herzog 
Hunt H Mrs, propr Areata House, 1224 San Pablo ave 
Hunt H O, res Glen Echo nr Piedmont ave 
Hunt Harper S, bookkeeper, res 1423 Filbert 
Hunt Henry L, clerk, res 1607 Broadwa}^ 

Hunt Joe Jr, employe Fruit Vale Railroad, res 1062 Twelfth ave 
Hunt John, printer, res 806 Harrison 
Hunt John T, clerk Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, S F, res 523 

Twenty-first 
Hunt Jonathan Mrs, res Glen Echo nr Piedmont ave 
Hunt Joseph, supt Fruit Vale Railroad, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 
Hunt Nellie Miss, res 810 Tenth 

Hunt Symmes H, clerk U S custom house, S F, res 833 Madison 
Hunt Thomas E, station agt S P Co, Sixteenth Street Station 
Hunt Walter W, asst bookkeeper Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 

810 Tenth 
Hunt W E, salesman W A Rouse & Co, r#s 488 Twenty-fifth 



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Hunt William, asst foreman Home for Adult Blind, res 2321 Tel- 
egraph ave 

Hunt William, res Glen Echo nr Piedmont ave 

Hunt William B, shirtmaker, res 1023 West 

Hunt William W, res 1755 Twenty-first ave 

Hunt W L, mining supt, res 523 Twenty-first 

Hunter Carrie M Miss, bds 1275 Sixth ave 

Hunter Fremont, laborer, res 760 Brush 

Hunter Hattie Miss, res 1617 Taylor 

Hunter Henry C, printer, S F, res 1627 Seventh ave 

Hunter Hugh, car repairer S P Co, res 1617 Taylor 

Hunter James, res 59 East Twelfth 

Hunter John D, clerk, S F, res 1429 Twenty- third ave f 

Hunter Joseph R, salesman, S F, res 867 Chester 

Hunter J R, salesman, S F, res 1372 Eleventh 

Hunter R D, patrolman, res 535 Twenty-fifth 

Hunter Richard A, car repairer S P Co, res 757 Brush 

Hunter Robert A, res 1429 Twentv-third ave 

Hunter Sarah A Mrs, res 1429 Twenty-third ave 

Hunter Thomas W, cigar maker, res 1429 Twenty-third ave 

Hunter William A, carpenter S P Co, res 1617 Taylor 

Huntington A B Mrs, res 1730 Eighth 

Huntington Frank A, machinery, res 577 Twelfth 

Huntley Eva Miss, res 821 Center 

Huntley Porter C, res 1259 Webster 

Huntly P C, res Homeopathic Hospital 

Huntsman Horace, traveling salesman, S F, res 363 East Fif- 
teenth 

Hunziker Elise, servant, 1053 East Fourteenth 

Hupers Peter J, clerk German Bank, S F, res 1368 Thirteenth ave 

Hurd Hannah Mrs, domestic, 1401 Eighth ave 

Hurd Hannah Mrs, res 170 Fifth 

Hurd Morgan S, adjuster S P Co, res 534 Sycamore 

Hurd Viola M Mrs, res 962 Market 

Hurd William H, res 1015 Eighth 

Hurl William, painter M J Finnigan, res 719 Nineteenth 

Hurley Ella Miss, domestic J M Bassett, 728 Eighth 

Hurley James, lather, res 463 Twentieth 

Hurley James, butcher M Y Stewart, res New York Hotel 

Hurley John, boiler maker, res 701 Castro 

Hurley John, laborer S P Co, res 1803 Seventh 

Hurley Margaret F Mrs, res NE cor Third and Peralta^-' 
"Hurley Maria, domestic, 1302 Jackson ^ 

Hurley Susan Mrs, res 959 Webster 

Hurley Thomas, laborer, res Jhirty sixth 
I HURLEY TIMOTHY, proprietor Winthrop House, 408 Sixth, res 

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j Hurlitz H, cleaner S £ Co, res 1515 Fifth 

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Hurll W T, res 1720 Lincoln 

Hurston Turner, laborer, res 1660 Fourteenth 

Huse E F, carpenter S P Co 

Huse Laura R Mrs, res 118 Fourth 

Husing Deiclrich, wines and liquors, 379 Twelfth, res 117 East 
Fourteenth 

Husing Henry A, res Union Hotel 

Husing William H, dish washer Grand Western Hotel 

Hussey William H H, agt Enquirer, res 667 Thirty-fifth 

Hussong Louisa, domestic, 1259 Alice 

Huston David, miner, res 1511 Eleventh ave 

Huston W C Mrs, res 313 Sixth 

Hutchcroft Nettie J Miss, teacher, res 1420 Tenth 

Hutch ins Emma Mrs, nurse, res 662 Fourth 

Hutchinson David, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Hutchinson H L (Fairbanks & Hutchinson, S F) res 554 Thir- 
teenth 

Hutchinson H L, res 1212 Castro 

Hutchinson J Miss, teacher, res 1368 Brush 

Hutchinson M E Mrs, res 1008 Broadway ' 

Hutchinson Myron, res 1370 Brush 

Hutchinson T R, clothing, S F, res NE cor Eighth and Brush 

Hutchison Christina Mrs, res 1722 Chase 

HUTCHISON JAMES, seedsman and florist, 471-479 Fourteenth, 
and proprietor Hutchison's Nursery and Piedmont Branch 
Nursery, 1814 Telegraph ave, res cor Twenty-sixth and 
Telegraph ave ' 

Hutchison John, student, res 529 Hobart 

Hutchison John, gardener Hutchison's Nursery, res 1656 Telegraph 
ave 

Hutchison J P, helper S P Co, res Railroad Exchange 

HUTCHISON S NURSERY, James Hutchison proprietor, 1814 
Telegraph ave 

Huter Frank S, cabinet maker and carpenter, res 617 Sixth 

Hutison G P, employe S P Co, res 1880 Seventh 

Huttleston Fred, laborer S P Co, res 1861 William 

Hyatt O C, agt San Francisco Examiner, res 1117 Willow 

Hyde A Miss, saleslady, res 943 Wood 

Hyde Annette Mrs, res 570 Ninth 

Hyde C, time keeper J Lusk Canning Co, res e s Claremont ave 
nr Telegraph ave 

Hyde Edwin C, res 604 Eighth 

Hyde Francis Mrs, res 943 Wood 

Hyde Isaac, capitalist, res 604 Eighth 

Hyde John M, clerk Stocker & Schramm, res 525 Fifteenth 

Hyde Joseph H, engineer, res 1405 Eleventh 

Hyde Kate E Miss, janitor Grant School, res 807 Washington 

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Hyde Lawrence, salesman N Scheeline, res 576 Ninth 

Hyde Maggie Miss, saleslady Gavin Naismith, res 943 Wood 

Hyde Marcus D, atty-at-law, S F, res 119 Tenth 

Hyde Mary F, dressmaker, res 943 Wood 

Hyde Maurice, res 525 Fifteenth 

Hyde Michael J, engineer S P Co, res 943 Wood 

Hyde Paul J, res 576 Ninth 

Hyde William T, chemist George B Flint, res 579 Ninth 

Hydecliff Sophia S Miss, res 2226 San Pablo ave 

Hyer Carl, gardener, res 576 Eighth 

Hyer Julius, res 1880 Seventh 

H viand John Mrs, groceries, res 1748 Filbert 

Hyland Michael, teamster Samm & Co,. res 207 Third 

Hyman Albert, res 559 Seventh 

Hyman David, peddler dry goods, res 267 Third 

Hyman Isaac, peddler dry goods, res 267 Third 

Hyman Joseph, watchmaker and jeweler, 819 Broadway 

Hyman Morris, salesman A Jonas & Bro, res 267 Third 

Hynes Cora Miss, bds 730 Sixth 

Hynes Daniel, laborer, res 715 Seward 

Hynes Edward P, carpenter, res 1413 Seventeenth 

Hynes John H, laborer, res 713 Linden 

Hynes Martin, laborer, res Winters Hotel 

Hynes Patrick"F, carpenter, res 1432 Linden 

Hyslop E M Mrs, res 1716 Seventh 



Ide Nettie N, res 863 Cedar 

Ignacio Amancio, employe California Jute Mills 

Ikey Augusta, dressmaker, res 833 Myrtle 

Ikey Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 833 Myrtle 

Use William A, assayer Selby Smelting Co, S F, res 677 Sixth 

Usen Marie Mrs, stamping and embroidering, 1701 Eighth 

Imhoff Samuel G, plumber and gasfitter, S F, res 814 Chester 

Immel August, commission merchant, S F, res 987 Willow 

IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO, Harmon & Sears agents, 472 

Tenth 
Imperial Photograph Gallery (Howland & Ditmas) S W coi 

Clay and tenth 
Independent Order B'nai B'rith, Oakland Lodge No 252 
Independent Order Chosen Friends, Lincoln Council No 48, meets 

second and fourth Mondays, 453 Eighth 
Independent Order Good Samaritans, Friendship Lodge No 2, 

meets at Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth 
Independent Order Good Samaritans, Golden Link Lodge No 3, 

meets at Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth 
Independent Order Good Templars. Oak Leaf Lodge, meets every 

Friday at Shattuck Hall, 453 Eighth 



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Independent Order Odd Felllows' Hall, NW cor Eleventh and 

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Independent Order Odd Fellows' Hall, SE cor Eleventh ave and 

"East Twelfth 
Independent Order Odd Fellows' Library, Peter J Ipsen librarian, 

I F Building 
INDEPENDENT PLANING MILLS, Johnson & Lorensen pro- 

prietors, 769 Second 
Ingalls Matilda Mrs, res 1213 Seventh 
Ingels Anna L Miss, sec California Tract and Missionary Society, 

res 714 Eleventh 
Ingersoll G B, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res 584 Twenty- 



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Ingersoll William B, photographer, res 716 Twenty-fifth 

Ingerson C A, contractor and builder, res 828 Myrtle 

Ingerson F S, laborer S P Co, res Alameda 

Ingham A O, printer, res 215 Ninth 

Ingham Belle Miss, res 215 Ninth 

Ingham H A (Ingham & Levy) res 215 Ninth . 

Ingham & Levy (HA Ingham and S J Levy) book and job 
printers, 520 Fifteenth 

Ingham Oscar S, printer, res 215 Ninth 

Ingham William A, clerk, res 215 Ninth 

Inghram John M, police officer and day prison keeper City Hall, 
res 973 Washington 

Inghram May E Mrs, dressmaker, 973 Washington 

INGLER & ATKINSON (Charles L Ingler and Henry T Atkin- 
son) Pioneer Door Co, manufacturers doors, sash and blinds, 
SW cor First and Broadway 

Ingler Charles L (Ingler & Atkinson) res 205 Third 

Ingler Edward, bench hand Ingler & Atkinson, res 854 Harri- 
son 

Ingler James A, bench hand Ingler & Atkinson, res 8C1 Jackson 

Ingles E F, engineer S P Co, res Gottshall Block 

Ingols Emily C Miss, coypist, res 565 Thirty-fifth 

Ingols George A, fireman S P Co, res 565 Thirty-fifth 

Ingols James E Mrs, res 565 Thirty-fifth 

Ingraham J A, wholesale jeweler, S F, res Hotel Merritt 

Ingraham Mary A Mrs, res 825 Seventeenth 

Ingram Adam J, mill employe, res 411 Ninth 

Ingram R H, check clerk S P Co, res Alameda 

Inhoff Samuel, tinsmith, 814 Chester 

INMAN LINE STEAMERS, George B Seaman agent, 1073 Broad- 
way 

Inskeep A L, res 2070 Thirteenth ave 

Inskeep Hannah, res 671 Webster 

INSKEEP LORENZO D> professor mathematics and German 
California College, res 2070 Thirteenth ave 

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INSURANCE CO OF NORTH AMERICA, George B Seaman 

agent, 107.3 Broadway 
Intemann William H, bartender Otto Giese, res 1751 Seventh 
International Tract and Missionary Society, California Branch, 

S N Haskell prcs, Anna L # Ingels sec, Pacific Press, cor 

Twelfth and Castro 
INWALL HARRY, saloon, 854 Broadway, res 309 Eighth 
Inwall J H, saloon keeper, res 309 Eighth 

IPSEN J P, librarian Odd Fellows' Library, res 1660 Fourteenth 
Ireland Alexander S, clerk, S F, res East Twenty-sixth bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-first aves 
Ireland Annie Mrs, res cor Twenty-first ave and East Twenty-first 
Ireland George, laundry man Home for Adult Blind 
Ireland James, res East Twenty sixth bet Nineteenth and 

Twenty-first aves 
Ireland Jennie Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 708 Eleventh 
Ireland John J, clerk Pacific Press, res 708 Eleventh 
Ireland Lizzie Miss, res East Twenty-second bet Nineteenth and 

Twenty- first aves 
Ireland Mary Mrs, cook Home for Adult Blind 
Ireland William, cashier Commercial Union Insurance Co, S F, 

res East Twenty -sixth bet Nineteenth and Twenty-first aves 
Irish Elizabeth H Miss, res Centennial House 
Irish John P, editor Alta, S F, res 1438 Adeline 
Irish M U Mrs, res 1773 Eighth 

Irish Spencer K, clerk C H Smith, res 880 Twenty-seventh 
Irish Stephen L, bridge builder S P Co, res 1773 Division 
Ironmonger Cornelius J, res 364 First 
Ironmonger W C, saloon, 367 Thirteenth 
Irons Margaret Mrs, res 1612 Seventeenth 
Irons William, teamster, res 1351 Peralta 
Ironsides Mattie Miss, res 1060 East Seventeen Mi 
Irvin Albert M, bricklayer, res 812 East Fourteenth 
Irvine Annie Miss, domestic R Dalziel, res 522 Fifteenth 
Irvine John, carpenter, bds 517 Ninth 
Irvine Joseph (Preston & Irvine) res 917 Fifth 
Irvine Maggie, domestic, 1318 Jackson 
Irvine Robert, janitor Lincoln Grammar School, res NE cor Tenth 

and Alice 
Irving Charles E, nailer Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 1269 

Brush 
Irving Joseph, foundry, res 917 Fifth 
Irving M L Mrs, nurse, res 822 Twelfth 
Irving School, J B McChesney principal, NW cor Twelfth and 

Market 
Irving William K, salesman, S F, res 711 Fifth 
Irving William S, barber, res 711 Fifth 
Irwin Charles, teamster, res 837 Thirty-third 



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Irwin E A, bookkeeper, res 1269 Brush 

Irwin Harry F, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res 860 Brush 

Irwin H D, real estate agt and mgr Oakland Department South- 
ern California Insurance Co, 482 Tenth, res Lorin 

Irwin James, agt, res 1571 Filbert 

Irwin Joseph, painter, res 860 Brush 

Irwin J R, sewing machine agt, res 1571 Filbert 

Irwin Michael, hostler Oakland Railroad 

Irwin Michael, laborer S P Co, res n s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Irwin Stewart, gardener, res 820 Twenty-second 

Irwin William, employe Mountain View Cemetery 

Isaac Alfred E, res 967 Alice 

Isaac Jacob, junk, res 836 Clay 

Isaac Joseph, res St Mary's Cemetery 

Isaac Martha Miss, res St Mary's Cemetery 

Isaac William A, employe St Mary's Cemetery 

Isaacs C, railroad ticket broker, 874 Washington, res Graystone 
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Isaacs C?esar, clerk Conradi & Moss, res 418 Twelfth 

Isaacs Frank D, draughtsman S P Co, res 1154 Alice 

Isaacs John D, draughtsman bridge and building department S P 
Co, res 1154 Alice 

Isaacs Morris, salesman Jo-eph Harris, res 839 Webster 

Isidore Bella Miss, saleslady, res 1159 Seventh 

Isidore Fannie Miss, tailoress, 376 Seventh, res 1159 Seventh 

Isidore Isaac, glazier, res 1159 Seventh 

Isidore Jennie Mrs, res 1159 Seventh 

Isidore Minnie, dressmaker, res 1159 Seventh 

Ismert E J, miller Golden Rule Roller Flouring Mills, res 1729 
Twelfth 

Isoard Louis M, helper E F Delger, res 861 Henry 

Israel Theodore, paper hanger Whittier, Fuller & Co 

Iunker Charles A, salesman, res 1155 Center 

Ivanhoe Lodge No 1889, Kuights of Honor, Kohler's Hall, 1506 
Seventh 

Iveuson Anna C Mis, res 958 Campbell 

Ivenson Thomas, farmer, res 958 Campbell 

Iverson Christian, master mariner, res 1209 Fifteenth ave 

Ivey E J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1002 Twenty-fourth 

Ivey James M Rev, clergyman, res 1002 Twenty-fourth 

Iwata Henry, nurseryman, res 701 Grove 



Jaccard Leo A, watchmaker, S F, res 251 Louisa 

Jacintha Amelia S, domestic, res 10 A 

Jacintha John S, res 10 A 

Jacintha Maria, domestic, res 10 A 

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Jacinto Frank, employe California Jute Mills, res 1215 Twentieth 
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Jacinto Joseph C, laborer, res East Oakland 

Jack John, res Homeopathic Hospital 

Jack John, stationer, S F, res 1404 Fourteenth ave 

Jackman F P, foreman job department Tribune Publishing Co, 
res 310 East Sixteenth 

Jackson Albert, blacksmith, res Ettie nr Park ave 

Jackson Alexander, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res 1563 Brush 

Jackson Alice, teacher, res 254 East Seventeenth 

Jackson Alvin, carpenter, res 2020 Adeline 

Jackson Arthur M, salesman C & A Nordhausen, res 804 Six- 
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Jackson Catlow, feed store, 682 East Twelfth, res 254 East Sev- 
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Jackson C C Miss, teacher, res 1379 Eighth ave 

Jackson Charles W, commission agt, S F, res 1366 Nineteenth 
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Jackson David H, miner, res 1211 Seventh ave 

JacKson Edwin R, real estate, 1379 Eighth ave 

Jackson E J, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 508 Eighth 

Jackson Francis, mining and civil engineer, res 983 Pine 

Jackson Francis H Mrs, nurse, res 2026 Adeline 

Jackson Frank F, clerk C E Morey, res 929 Pine 

Jackson Gale Miss, res 1211 Seventh ave 

Jackson Giles A, carpenter S P Co, res 804 Sixteenth 

Jackson G W J, carpenter, res 840 Thirty-third 

Jackson Henry, stereotyper Pacific Press, res 663 Nineteenth 

Jackson H X A, conductor Oakland Cable Co, res 1563 Brush 

Jackson James, kalsominer, res 269 B 

Jackson James A, carpenter, res 2026 Adeline 

Jackson James L, helper Fulton Iron Works, S F, res 856 Frank- 
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Jackson Jennie, foreman flannel department California Hosiery 
Co, res 1563 Brush 

Jackson John, res 254 East Seventeenth 

Jackson John, porter S P Co, res 508 Eighth 

Jackson M Alex, barber, cor Seventh and Washington, res 708 
Fourth 

Jackson Martin, carpenter, res 1407 West 

Jackson Nellie Miss, chambermaid, cor Fourteenth and Union 

Jackson Peter H, iron founder, S F, res 1379 Eighth ave 

JACKSON R D (Jackson, Vandercook & Melvin) res 254 East 
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Jackson Robert, contractor and carpenter, res 2020 Adeline 

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Jackson Robert A, clerk Will H Burrall, res 1379 Eighth ave 
Jackson Sarah E Miss, tailoress, res 1523 San Pablo ave 
Jackson Sarah Miss, music teacher, res 254 East Seventeenth 
Jackson Silas, pantryman Palace Hotel, S F, res 758 Sixth 
Jackson Tatlow, grain dealer, 682 East Twelfth, res 254 East 

Seventeenth 
JACKSON, VANDERCOOK & MELVIN (R D Jackson, E P Van- 

dercook and W P Mclvin) real estate and insurance agents, 

458 Ninth 
Jackson W F, saloon, SW cor Seventh and Pine 
Jackson W H, saloon, 1805 Seventh 
Jackson William, employe S P Co, res 929 Pine 
Jackson William J, collector, res 929 Pine 
Jacob Matthew, res 531 Ninth 
Jacob S, fruit peddler, res 712 Fifth 

Jacobovich Samuel, laborer Bercovich Bros, res 320 Fourth 
Jacobs Aaron, cutter, S F, res 577 Sixteenth 
Jacobs Albert W, clerk, S F, res 1813 Seward 
Jacobs Alpheus O, carpenter, res 814 Pine 
Jacobs D L Miss, clerk S P Co, res 560 Ninth 
Jacobs Dorthea Miss, agt, res cor Seventh and Broadway 
Jacobs Edward, miner, res 620 Eighteenth 
Jacobs Frank, delivery clerk S B Bothenberg, res St John 

House 
Jacobs George, carpenter, res 1371 Fifteenth 
Jacobs Hannah, cook Homeopathic Hospital 
Jacobs Henry G, barber, res 714 Twenty-fifth 
Jacobs I, glazier, res 418 Third 
Jacobs Isaac, produce peddler, 655 Madison 
Jacobs J A, brake man S P Co, res 1710 Chase 
Jacobs Julius, butcher Owen Lafferty, res 570 Sixth 
Jacobs Laura Mrs, res 1620 San Pablo ave 
Jacobs Lee, commercial traveler, res 1374 Tenth 
Jacobs Louise Miss, teacher, W 7 est Berkeley, res 560 Ninth 
Jacobs Michael, commercial traveler, res Galindo Hotel 
Jacobs Michael, salesman A Lippman, res 531 Ninth 
Jacobs Robert, barber, res 1671 San Pablo ave 
Jacobs Rosa Mrs, dry goods, 272 B 
Jacobs S, fruit dealer, res 712 Fifth _ 
Jacobs Sylvester, barber James Washington, res 1671 San Pablo 

ave 
Jacobs Tobias A, carpenter, res 814 Pine 
Jacobs William W, res 662 Sixth 

Jacobsen Mathias, employe Remillard &; Co, res 517 Hannah ^^-* 
Jacobsen Peter F, commercial traveler, res 1307 Thirteenth ave 
Jacobson Alfred, laborer, res 874 Twenty-first 
Jacobson John Rev, pastor Norwegian and Danish M E Church, 

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Jacobson John H, master mariner, res 863 Twenty-first 

Jacobus Cornelius T, res 1167 Eighth 

Jacobus J E, Best and Belcher Mining Co S F, res Shuey Lane, 

Fruit Vale / 

Jacobus John F, wheelwright, res 960 Center 
Jacobus Julian, mining, res East. T wen ty -se ven th nr Fruit Vale 

ave 
Jacobus Percival G, res East Twenty-seventh nr Fruit Vale a ye 
Jacobus R Mrs, res East Twenty-seventh nr Fruit Yale ave 
Jacoby Charles A, clerk J Jacoby, res 574 Fourteenth 



Jacoby Joseph, groceries and provisions, 775 and 777 East Twelfth, 

res 574 East Fourteenth 
Jacoby P K, res 416 Eighth 

Jacquenot George, harness maker, res 909 East Fourteenth 
Jacquenot Xavier, fruit and vegetables, 909 East Fourteenth 
Jaenicke Christopher, bakery, 815 Broadway 
Jaffe Harry, clerk A Lippman, res 524 Sixteenth 
JAFFE L0UIS> wood and coal, SE cor Franklin and Sixth, res 

527 Twenty-second 
Jaffs William, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res cor Thir- 
ty-sixth and San Pablo ave 
Jagels & Wulff, groceries, cor Fifth and Lewis 
Jago Anna F Miss, res 516 Fifth 
Jahnhatz Gus, sailor, res 2020 Union 
Jahnigen Gustave, barkeeper, res 1312 Tenth ave 
Jaimison J W, physician, Oriental House 

Jakobsen John, pastor Scandinavian M E Church, res 1607 Market 
James Anna O, music teacher, res 823 Thirty-third 
James B L, bridge carpenter S P Co, res 1723 Seventh 
James Colin, employe S P Co 

James D J, collector, res 2027 East Fourteenth 

James Ella F Miss, teacher, res cor Cameron and Jackson — 

James Emma Miss, res cor Cameron and Jackson — 

James E R, music teacher, res 823 Thirty-third 

James Frank W (Nichols & James) res s s Alcatraz nr Adeline 

JAMES G D» Vernon Park Dairy, NW cor College ave and New 

Broadway 
James George, spinner California Hosiery Co, res 1218 Cypress, 

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James George A, sawyer planing mill, res 1218 Cypress 
James Griffith, carpenter S P Co, res 1631 Atlantic 
James Hugh L, registry clerk post-office, res 514 Fifteenth 
James Jane L Mrs, res 829 Magnolia -^_. 
James John M, nurse, res 1467 San Pablo ave 
James Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 1026 Fifth 
James Moses A, stock keeper, res cor Cameron and Jackson 
James Richard E, blacksmith Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 
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James Thomas R, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1026 

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James William T, machinist, res 069 Filth 
Jameson Andrew, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 715 

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Jameson J S, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1382 Webster 
Jamie son John C, deputy sheriff, res Alameda 
Jamieson Mary, res 987 Willow 
Jamieson Nellie, res 987 Willow 
Jamison Andrew, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, bds 690 

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Jamison Elizabeth Mrs, res 870 Peralta 
Jamison J, furnace hand Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 715 

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Janavin E, asst mail messenger post-office, res 627 Twenty-sixth 
Janin Louis, mining engineer, res 1355 Webster 
Janis Francis R, real estate, res 57 Valley 
Janis Frank L, salesman E Hook, res 1320 Telegraph ave 
Janis Justin E, clerk Merriam & Co, res 57 Valley 
Janney Aquila M, nurse, 418 Twelfth 
Jansen France, upholsterer, res 937 Pine 
Jansen J, physician, res 259 Fourth 
Jansen John, harness maker, res 937 Pine 
Jansen Katherini, domestic, res 562 Eighth 
Janssen Ernst, with Kruse & Euler, S F, res 515 Eighth 
Janssen Katie, school teacher, res 515 Eighth 
Janvrin Edward, mail messenger, res 697 Twenty-sixth 
Janvrin George M, sawyer Pacific Coast Planing Mill, res 697 

Twenty-sixth 
Jaocox Ora, warehouseman E H Kennedy, res cor Seventh and 

Clay 
Jaoquin Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 906 Lewis 
Japanese Bazar, Chu Chew & Co proprs, 1166 Broadway 
Japanese Gospel Society, 612 Fifteenth 
Jaquay F B Miss, res 1212 Eighth 
Jaquay L Mrs, ladies' nurse, 1212 Eighth 
Jaquith — , blacksmith, res SE cor Center and Seventh 
Jaquith Alice Mrs, res 253 Second 
Jaresh Charles, shoemaker, 403 B 
Jariet G J, laundry, 939 Thirty-fifth 
Jariet Mary D Mrs, ironer, res 939 Thirty-fifth 
Jarry V Mrs, propr Rosso's Cottage, Twelfth opp Lake Mer- 

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Jarvis Thomas, saloon, 1160 Seventh, res 1523 Fifth 
Jarwart George, bartender T H Scheiding, res 360 Seventh 
Jason Christ, Blair's Ranch, res Piedmont 
Jasper Henry, coachman, 1557 Webster 
Jayne Elizabeth Mrs, res 617 Thirteenth 



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Jee Arthur W, sec Union Pacific Salt Works, S F, res 534 Knox 

Place 
Jefferis Aggie Miss, res 1723 Seventh 
Jetferis Ella Mrs, res 1615 Seward 
Jefferis Ellen Mrs, res West Oakland Hotel 
Jefferis Julia Miss, res 17*23 Seventh 
Jefferis Plummer E, carpenter S P Co, res 934 Peralta 
Jefferis Sarah Mrs, boarding and lodging, res 1723 Seventiu— 
Jeffery Allan, bookkeeper Navigation Co, 906 Broadway, rm 40 
Jeffery Amos, telegraph operator S P Co, 906 Broadway, rm 40 
Jeffery John, cabinet maker, res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty-sixth 

and Fortv-seventh 
Jeffery MAC Miss, res 963 Seventh 

Jeffress Alex M, with W W Montague & Co, res 953 Wood 
Jeffress Egbert F, with P J Dailey, res 953 Wood 
Jeffress George H, salesman E F Delger, res 953 Wood 
Jeffress John K, traveling agt W W Montague & Co, res 1067 

Wood 
Jeffress John T, pottery agt, S F, res 953 Wood 
Jeffreys Walter F, salesman, S F, res 953 Wood 
Jeffs William, machinist, res 2304 San Pablo ave 
Jellett James M, clerk J S Gilmore & Co, res 1355 Telegraph ave 
Jellett Mori, salesman Max Greenhood, res 1355 Telegraph ave 
Jencks J H, architect, res SW cor Twenty-first ave and East 

Twenty-fourth 
Jenkins Agnes B Miss, domestic, 532 Thirty-fourth 
Jenkins Charles F, bookkeeper, res 1362 Eighth 
Jenkins Henry T, miner, res 1362 Eighth 
Jenkins Horatio F, letter carrier, res 1362 Eighth 
Jenkins James, laborer, res 695 Twenty-seventh 
Jenkins Josiah, iron moulder, res SE cor Thirty-fourth and Peralta 
Jenkins Timothy F, bookkeeper, S F, res 1362 Eighth 
Jenks Jennie Mrs, res cor Park and Harlan^^" 
Jennings Frank W, employe California Jute Mills, res 661 Alice 
Jennings Frederick, employe California Jute Mills 
Jennings Frederick Jr, employe California Jute Mills 
Jennings Robert, employe California Jute Mills 
Jensan Anton, seaman, res 120 Ettie 

Jensan Mary Mrs, domestic, res cor Howard and Piedmont ave 
Jensen Andrew, cook Simonsen & Lilienthal, res 466 Sixth 
Jensen Annette Miss, res 603 Broadway 

Jensen Christopher, clerk G A J Davis & Son, res 532 'Thirty- 
fourth 
Jensen Cristina, domestic, 763 Fourteenth 
Jensen Hans, farmer, res cor John and Piedmont ave' 
Jensen Hans, attendant Napa Asylum, res 549 Thirty-sixth 
Jensen Hans C, coachman, res Fruit Vale ave 
Jensen Henry, laborer, res 817 Chester 



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Jensen J, res San Pablo ave nr Folsom 

Jensen Jacob, tailor, S F, res 946 Pine 

Jensen Jeppie, captain, res 121 Eddie 

Jensen John, laborer, res 817 Chester 

Jensen Lauga, laborer, res Lynde nr Fruit Vale ave 

Jensen Louis V, specialist, res 858 Harrison 

Jensen Mary Mrs, domestic, 519 Thirty-sixth 

Jensen Mattie, cook Simonsen & Lilienthal, res 466 Sixth 

Jensen Neils Chr, waiter, res 469 Seventh 

Jensen Ole, sea captain, res 126 Ettie 

Jensen William, gardener, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 

Jensio R, quarryman Alameda Macdamizing Co 

Jenson G, seaman, res 121 Ettie 

Jenson Kate Mrs, dressmaker, 1464 Seventh 

Jenson William E M, helper S P Co, res 1464 Seventh 

Jerome Edward B, res 1331 Chestnut 

Jesienoski Louisa, domestic, 1841 Webster 

Jess Alda I Miss, clerk Bay State Bakery, res 604 Fourteenth 

Jess Alda R Miss, res 512 East Twenty-third 

Jess Willard N, tankman Yates & Co, res 512 East Twenty-third 

Jess William, carpenter Crist, Gallagher & Co, res 512 East 
Twenty-third 

Jessberg Henry, box maker, res 1263 Fifteenth ave 

Jessen Jien Capt, physician, re* 259 Fourth 

Jewell Carrie Mrs, music teacher, res 1457 Castro 

Jewell E Y, piano tuner, res 1457 Castro 

Jewell Frank H, paper hanger, res 1606 San Pablo ave 

Jewell Lenora A Mrs, res 1606 San Pablo ave 

Jewett H E Rev, principal Hopkins Academy, s s Plymouth ave 
bet Telegraph ave and Broadway 

Jewett Solomon, farmer, res 1905 Market 

Jewett S W, phvsician, res 832 West 

J LUSK CANNING CO, T D Carneal president, W H Wright sec- 
retary, Claremout ave 

Johansen Jacob A, signalman S P Co, res 1761 William 

Johansen Nis N, shearsman Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 622 
Magnolia 

Johanson Alma, servant, res 1136 Filbert 

John William H, agt S F Chronicle, res 1931 Grove 

Johnine John, millman, res 690 Market 

JOHNS C "L notar .y public and attorney-at-law, 32 and 33 Delger 
Block, res 548 Twenty-fourth 

Johns Edward, repairer, res 1773 Atlantic 

Johnsen Charles, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res Alice bet Sixth 
and Seventh 

Johnsen Johanna, domestic, res 1159 Alice 

Johnsen Peter, tailor, res 1057 East Fifteenth 

Johnson — , gardener, res 1723 Nineteenth ave 



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Johnson — , painter J W Tucker & Son 

Johnson — , watchman steamer Alameda, res 717 Fourth 

Johnson A Mrs, res 709 Jackson 

Johnson A Miss, domestic, cor Nineteenth ave and East Twenty- 
seventh 

Johnson Alice M, artist, bds 767 Alice 

Johnson Alma, domestic, 1136 Filbert 

Johnson Alner, res 715 Center 

Johnson Amelia, domestic California Military Academy 

Johnson Amos, laborer CEH Reed, res 618 East Twelfth 

Johnson Andres, tailor Charles Johnson, res 828 Franklin 

Johnson Andrew, lather, res 1577 Market 

Johnson Andrew, gardener and hostler, res 1277 Webster 

Johnson Anna Mrs, bakery, 618 East Twelfth 

Johnson Annie G, domestic, 1216 Filbert 

Johnson Annie M Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 767 Alice 

Johnson A P Mrs, res 1714 Lincoln 

Johnson & Bacon (P Johnson and D M Bacon) saloon, 632 East 
Twelfth 

Johnson B Wilber, res 715 Center 

Johnson Carrie Mrs, seamstress, res 1462 Brush 

Johnson Charles, express, SE cor Eighth and Broadway, res 700 
Twenty-sixth 

Johnson Charles, employe VV T Sagehcrn, res 
and Sixth 

Johnson Charles, laborer, res 371 Prospect ave 

Johnson Charles, tailor, 828 Franklin 

Johnson Charles A, mariner, res 1691 Eighth 

Johnson Charles J, boatman, res 709 Jackson 

Johnson Charley, driver, res 473 Sixth 

Johnson Charlotte, second cook Home for Adult Blind 

Johnson Chris, waiter Simonsen & Lilienthal, res Clay 

Johnson Christ, master mariner, res 115 Ettie 

Johnson C J, laborer Taylor & Co, res 709 Fourth 

Johnson C O (Peterson & Johnson) res Alameda 

Johnson E C, bookkeeper Starr & Co, res 1006 Fourteenth 

Johnson Ed G, engineer S P Co, res 916 Wood 

Johnson Edw J, tailor, 861 Henry 

Johnson Edward, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 1467 
Twenty-third ave 

Johnson E G Miss, seamstiess, res 769 East Fourteenth 

Johnson Eleanor S, student, res 767 Alice 

Johnson Eliza Miss, teacher, res 1467 Twenty -third ave 

Johnson Eliza J Mrs, res 1213 Seventh 

Johnson Ellen Mrs, res 1316 Eighth 

Johnson Enga Miss, domestic, 1867 Telegraph ave 

Johnson Erasmus, roadmaster, res East Twenty-seventh nr Fruit 
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Johnson Etta, domestic, 974 Sixteenth 

Johnson Eugene, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 1467 

Twenty-third ave 
Johnson E W Mrs, dressmaker, 365 Twelfth, res 363J Twelfth 
Johnson Frank (Johnson & Sorensen) res ns Thirty-ninthT bet 

Grove and Telegraph ave 
Johnson Frank (Kane & Daly) res 1352 San Pablo ave 
Johnson Frank H, painter, res 1414 Seventeenth 
Johnson Frank S, artesian well borer, res 1819 William 
Johnson Fred J, machinist, res 949 Willow 
Johnson Fred T, sub dep USA, res 1213 Seventh 
Johnson George S, carpenter, res 2025 East Fourteenth 
Johnson George W, livery stable, 806 Broadway 
Johnson H A, carpenter, res 273 Ninth 
Johnson Hanson, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 763 Fourth 
Johnson Harry, carpenter, res 1688 Eighth 
Johnson Hettie Mrs, res 553 Sixth 
Johnson H L, clerk, bds 273 Ninth 
Johnson House, see Fairmont 
Johnson Isaac M, res 2071 Webster 

Johnson J, employe S P Co, res SW cor Campbell and Fourteenth 
Johnson Jacob, bartender, res 1069 West 
Johnson James Capt, master mariner, res 1474 Ninth 
Johnson James, att3^-at-law, res 1467 Twenty-third ave 
JOHNSON JAMES A, city attorney, office City Hall, res 1369 

Thirteenth ave 
Johnson James C, carpenter, res 1260 Kirkham 
Johnson Jeremiah, groceries, 994 Pine, res 992 Pine 
Johnson John, lather, res 1258 Cypress 
Johnson John, switchman S P Co, res SW cor Fourteenth and 

Campbell 
Johnson John, gardener, res 1017 Jackson 
Johnson John, real estate, S F, res 767 Alice 
Johnson John A, gardener, 1303 Third ave 
Johnson John C, ship carpenter, res 1105 Wood 
Johnson Josephine, domestic, 122 Ninth 
Johnson J S (Detering & Johnson) and real estate, 855 Broadway, 

res 567 Eighteenth 
Johnson Kate Mrs, res 709 Franklin 
Johnson Kittie Miss, res 817 Grove 
Johnson Lawrence, cook Nick Petersen, res 715 Sixth 
Johnson L D, laborer, res 1411 Thirteenth 
Johnson Lotta Miss, cook Home for Adult Blind 
Johnson Mabel M Miss, res 715 Center 
Johnson Marcus M, commission agt, S F, res 122 Ninth 
Johnson Margaret Miss, res Adeline nr County Road 
Johnson Margaret A Mrs, res 760 Sixth 
Johnson Mary, domestic, 485?. Prospect ave 



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Johnson Mary Miss, res 371 Prospect ave 

Johnson Mary Mrs, domestic, res 1364 Center 

Johnson Mary F Miss, res 865 Center 

Johnson Melton, laborer, 1411 Thirteenth 

Johnson Nels E, tailor, 1521 San Pablo ave 

Johnson Nels P, tailor, S F, res 1319 Twelfth 

Johnson Nils, cabinet maker E Hook, res 376 East Eleventh 

Johnson Oscar H, clerk J H Bacon, res 273 Ninth 

Johnson O W, solicitor Evening Tribune, res 710 Twenty -ninth 

Johnson Perry, wharfinger S P Co, res 805 Webster 

Johnson Peter, tailor, res 1057 East Fifteenth 
Johnson Peter (Johnson & Bacon) res Union Hotel 
Johnson Pierre, tailor Charles Johnson, res 828 Franklin 
Johnson Robert, foreman Eagle Box Factory, res 627 Filbert 
Johnson Robert, carpenter, res 1103 Wood 
Johnson Robert, coachman Mrs C P Pratt, res Fruit Vale Ave 
Johnson Robert R, clerk, res 1278 Fifth ave 
Johnson Rosamond R Mrs, principal Tompkins School, res High- 
land Park 
Johnson Sophie, domestic, 950 Brush 
JOHNSON & S0RENSEN (Frank Johnson and Andreas C Soren- 

sen) proprietors Independent Planing Mills, 769 Second^ 

Johnson Thomas, agt Eagle Coffee and Spice Mills, S F, res 821 

Twenty-eighth 
Johnson Thomas, carpenter, res 1688 Eighth 
Johnson Thomas H, physician, res 767 Seventh 
Johnson W B, bridge carpenter S P Co, res 1816 Atlantic 
Johnson W H Mrs, res 1474 Thirteenth ave 

Johnson William, house painter with P N Kuss, res 409 Thirteenth 
Johnson William, apprentice W H Smith, res 618 East Twelfth 
Johnson William, painter, res 810 Twenty-second 
Johnson William, clerk, res 940 Peralta 
Johnson William, laundry. 1607 Seventh 
Johnson William H, bootmaker, 1381 Telegraph ave 
Johnson William H, messenger Anglo-California Bank, res 714 

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Johnson William H, horse trainer, res San Pablo Avenue Station 
Johnson William M, mariner, res 916 Wood 
Johnson William S, painter, res 810 Twenty-second 
Johnston A D, machine hand Pioneer Planing Mills, res 317J 

Seventh 
Johnston Alexander, clerk D Husing, res 379 Twelfth 
Johnston Alexander F, gardener, res 736 Union 
Johnston Charles, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 357 

Prospect ave 
Johnston E C, res 951 Clay 
JOHNSTON JOSEPH E, proprietor Central Carriage Factory, 266 

Twelfth, res 161 Eleventh 



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Johnston L, carpenter, res Eureka Hotel 

Johnston L Mrs, res 1568 Eighth ave 

Johnston N R, Methodist clergyman, res cor East Thirtieth and 
Twenty-first ave 

Johnston Robert, seaman, res 1568 Eighth ave 

Johnston Rosamond E Miss, res East Thirtieth nr Twenty-first 
ave 

Johnston Rosamond R Mrs, principal Tompkins School, res cor 
East Thirtieth and Twenty-first ave 

Johnston T H, physician, res 767 Seventh 

Johnston William J, auditor Wells, Fargo & Co, S F, res 404 Six- 
teenth, East Oakland 

Johnstone Annie M Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 767 Alice 

Johnstone J C, ship carpenter S P Co, res 1105 Wood 

Johnstone Robert, ship joiner S P Co, res 1103 Wood 

Joice Joseph, laborer, res 1727 Atlantic 

Joice Mary Miss, res 217 Sixth 

Joisaffe Organ, fitter, res 1263 Cypress 

Jomes C H, laborer S P Co 

Jonas A (A Jonas & Bros) res 963 Harrison 

Jonas A & Bros (A, M, and D) boots and shoes, 845 Broad- 
way and SW cor Eighth and Broadway 

Jonas D (A Jonas and Bros) 845 and 875 Broadway 

Jonas Elkan, res 319 Sixth 

Jonas Helena, res 319 Sixth 

Jonas Jacob S, clerk A Jonas & Bros, res 31 9 Sixth 

Jonas Joachim, res 319 Sixth 

Jonas M (A Jonas & Bros) res 319 Sixth 

Jonas Minnie Miss, res 319 Sixth 

Jones Acey H, driver Jones' Express, res 461 Sixth 

Jones Adeline Miss, elocutionist, res 577 Twelfth 

Jones Alonzo T, editor Signs of the Times and American Sentinel, 
res 724 Filbert 

Jones Arthur H, clerk Jones' Bazar, res Nucleus House 

Jones Asa H, student, res 490 Twenty-fifth 

Jones' Bazar, Richard Jones propr, crockery, glassware, toys, and 
fancy goods, 955 Broadway 

Jones Bella Miss, dressmaker, 418 Twelfth 

Jones C A, restaurant, res 710 Filbert 

Jones Caroline Mrs, res 719 Jefferson 

Jones Carrie Miss, res 564 Eleventh 

Jones Carrie Mrs, res 323 Fifth 

Jones Charles, machinist, res Washington Hotel 

Jones Charles, Judson Iron and Nail Works, res cor Adeline and 
San Pablo ave 

Jones Charles A (Rooney & Jones) res 710 Filbert 

JONES CHARLES H> vice-president and manager Pacific Press 
Publishing Co, res 718 Twelfth 



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Jones Charles H, foreman heater rolling mills, res junction 

Adeline and San Pablo ave 
Jones Clinton (Clinton Jones & Co) res S F 
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Jones C W, engineer Pacific Coast Electrical Construction Co, res 

cor Second and Washington 
Jones Daniel H, porter S P Co, res 269 Fifth 
Jones David, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 516 Fifth 
Jones David E, helper S P Co, res 516 Fifth 
Jones D H, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 269 Fifth 
JONES E A» collector and general business agent, 506 Seventh, 

res Clarendon House 
Jones Edward, telegraph operator, res 323 Fifth 
Jones Edward R, clerk S P Co, res 719 Jefferson 
Jones E G Mrs, dressmaker, res 359 Tenth 
Jones E J, res 1414 Harrison 

Jones Eland G, collector E A Brown, res 359 Tenth 
Jones' Express Co, H S Jones propr, office 46 Sixth 
Jones Florence Miss, compositor, res 981 Willow 
Jones Frank, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2305 Peralta 
Jones Frank, bds 379 Fifth 
Jones Frank A, res 838 Market 
Jones Frank A, dealer in horses, res 838 West 
Jones Fred, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Jones George C, clerk E S Denison, res 953 Market 
Jones George F, bookkeeper E F Delger, res Scott House 
Jones George W T , bridge- builder, res 1005 Pine 
Jones Harold, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2242 

Peralta 
Jones Henry, res 473 East Twelfth 
Jones, Henry B, res Second ave nr Birch 
Jones Henry G, stock broker, S F, res 1268 Fourth ave 
Jones Henry S, propr Jones' Express Co and Redwood and Moraga 

Stage Line, 461 Sixth, res 490 Twenty-fifth 
Jones Herbert E, carpenter W T Veitch, res 606 East Twentieth 
Jones Herbert N, carpenter, res 606 East Twentieth 
Jones J A, baggage master S P Co, res 1718 Eighth 
Jones James A, driver J L Lyon, res s s Thirty-seventh nr Grove 
Jones James G, agt Massachusetts Life Insurance Co, res 942 East 

Seventeenth 
Jones James H, lather, res 1661 Thirteenth 
Jones John A, baggage master S P Co, res 1718 Eighth 
Jones John A, insurance, S F, res cor Twenty-first ave and East 

Twenty -eighth 
Jones John P, engineer, res 981 Willow 
Jones John P Jr, news agt Eli Denison, res 981 Willow 



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Jones Joseph, laborer Judson Iron and Nail Works, res Ettie nr 
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Jones Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 141 9 J Third 

Jones Joseph L, laborer, res 14 19 \ Third 

Jones J R, clerk, res 453 East Eleventh 

Jones J R L, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 1161 Third 

Jones Lewis, laborer, res 516 Fifth 

Jones Louis H, res cor East Twenty-eighth and Twenty-first ave 

Jones M, conductor street car, res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty- 
sixth and Forty-seventh 

Jones Mary A Mrs, res East Sixteenth bet Twenty- third and 
Twenty-fourth aves 

Jones Matilda I, fancy goods, 1313 San Pablo ave 

JONES M L> expressman and busman, orders received 1115 
Washington, stand SW cor Broadway and Thirteenth, res 
Temescal 

Jones Nellie Miss, saleslady Jones' Bazar, res 719 Ninth 

Jones O B Mrs, res 606 East Twentieth 

Jones Reed, mercantile broker, S F, res 214 Tenth 

Jones Richard, propr Jones' Bazar, res 719 Ninth 

Jones Samuel A, huuse cleaner, res 721 Lewis 

Jones Samuel A., barber, 469 Ninth 

Jones S L, auctioneer, res 1414 Harrison 

Jones Thomas, moulder, S F, res w s Market nr Thirty-seventh 

Jones Thomas, cutter, res West Berkeley 

Jones Thomas, heater Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 2305 
Peralta 

Jones T T (T T Jones & Co) res 559 Fourth 

Jones T T & Co (T T Jones) carpet beating, 559 Fourth 

Jones Vernon Mrs, res Orchard bet Telegraph ave and Summit 

Jones W F, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1102 East Six- 
teenth 

Jones W H (Sackrider & Chisholm) res 370 Eleventh 

Jones William, car driver, res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty-sixth 
and Forty-seventh 

Jones William, overseer iron piler Judson Iron and Nail Works, 
res 2242 Peralta 

Jones William, res 473 East Twelfth, rear 

Jones William, supt Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 2242 
Magnolia 

Jones William, conductor Oakland Cable Co 

Jones William F, clerk, res 453 East Eleventh 

Jones William F, porter, 1102 East Sixteenth 

Jones William H, engineer, res 711 Center 

Jones William P, sawyer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 262 
Fifth 

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Jones William S, brakeinan S P Co, res 1509 Seventh 
Jones W S, propr Nucleus House, 1236 San Pablo ave 
Jonsen Maggie Mrs, res 563 Eleventh 
Joquin Joseph, laborer S P Co, res 960 New Broadway 
Jordan Captain, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Jordan Elliott, carpenter M S Jordan, res Blake House 
Jordan Frank C, clerk, res 957 Broadway 
Jordan Fred L, carpenter M S Jordan, res Capitol Hotel 
Jordan Henry S, harness maker, res 1366 Tenth 
Jordan I, engineer S P Co, res 914 Henry 
Jordan Isaiah, engineer S P Co, res 914 Henry 
Jordan J, cook steamer Stockton, res 1359 Twelfth 
Jordan John, asst foreman Engine Co No 4, res 621 East Four- 
teenth 
Jordan John F, salesman A Lippman, res 161 Sixth 
Jordan John T, stair builder G M Blair, res 856 East Twenty-first 
Jordan Leonard G, pastor New Jerusalem Church,* res 939 Pine 
Jordan Mary H Mrs, res 1366 Tenth 
Jordan Michael, laborer, res 856 East Twenty-first 
JORDAN MOSES S, carpenter and builder, 360 Twelfth, res 1061 

Alice 
Jordan Patrick, extraman Engine Co No 4, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res 621 East Fourteenth 
Jordan Patrick F, stair builder, res 856 East Twenty-first 
Jordan William H, night watchman, res 939 Pine 
Jordan Willi mi H, atty-at-law, S F, res 1303 Market 
Jordan William T, res 856 East Twenty-first 
Jorgensen A, employe Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 255 Helen 
Jorgensen Carl, carpenter Northwestern Manufacturing and Car 

Co, res 1303 Twenty-fourth ave 
Jorgensen Christian, artist, res 811 East Fifteenth 
Jorgensen Hilda, cloakmaker, res 1303 Twenty-fourth ave 
Jorgensen Jens, printer Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 
Jorgensen Rose, compositor, res 1303 Twenty-fourth ave 
Jorgensen Sophia Mrs, res 811 East Fifteenth 
Jorgensen William F, laborer Northwestern Manufacturing and 

Car Co, res 1860 Division 
Jorgenson Katrina, domestic, 1111 Linden 
Jorgenson Mar}^, domestic G W Scott, res 914 Eighth 
Jorgenson Peter, blacksmith L P Schuster, res Capitol Hotel 
Jorss Henrietta Miss, res 469 East Eleventh 

Joseph Antone, laborer E M Derby & Co, res 665 East Seventeenth 
Joseph Antonio, res 360 Third 
Joseph C, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co 
Joseph Celia Miss, tailoress, res 961 East Fourteenth 
Joseph Frank, clerk H Coleman, res 418 Thrrd 
Joseph Frank, dairyman, res 11 Hannah 
Joseph Frank B, telegraph operator, res 360 Third 



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Joseph Himan, poultry dealer, res 961 East Fourteenth 
Joseph I, res Tubbs Hotel 

Joseph Jerome, helper Ta} T lor & Co, res 1837 Grove 
Joseph John, laborer, res 241 Hollis 
Joseph Manuel, laborer S P Co, res Campbell 
Joseph Viano, saloon, 368 Fourth, res 622 Broadway 
Joseph William, saloon, cor Washington and Seventh, bds 613 

Sixth 
Joseph William, teamster, res 1837 Grove 
Joseph William B, engineer, S F, res 716 Peralta 
JOSEPH WILLIAM P (W P Joseph & Co) res SW cor Grove 

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JOSEPH W P & CO (W P J°seph) pianos, organs and sewing 

machines, 1115 Washington 
Josh Antoine, laborer, res 721 Chester 
Joshlyn George, laborer Oakland Railroad 
J osier Benedict, shoemaker, res 2222 San Pablo ave 
Joslin Charles, yardman S P Co, res Great Western Hotel 
Joslyn Fred C, salesman W M Watson & Co, res Newland House 
Jost Marie L Mile, teacher French and German, Field Seminary 
Jourgenson William, machinist, res I860 Division 
Journal Phil (Plante & Journal) res 661 J Seventh 
Joviza Antonio, cook, res 1790 Seventh 
Joyce A A Miss, nurse, 1533 San Pablo ave 
Joyce Austin, with Electric Light Co, res 869 Washington 
Joyce James A, dry goods, 953 Washington, res 666 Sixth 
Joyce Nellie, domestic, 1533 San Pablo ave 
Joyce Thomas, laborer, res 1641 Filbert 
Jubb Thomas C, painter, S F, res 1633 Magnolia 
Judd N A (Hicks & Judd, S F) res 518 Williams 
Judell B, fancy goods, 665 Seventh 
Judge John P, fireman S P Co, res 510 Second 
Judge Superior Courr, No 1, Noble Hamilton, office Court House 
Judge Superior Court No 2, E M Gibson, office Court House 
Judge Superior Court No 3, W E Green, office Court House 
Judge William, deck hand steamer Alameda, res 510 Second 
Judson Charles C, student, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Judson Henry, tinner S P Co, res 568 Sixteenth 
Judson Kate Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Judson Manufacturing Co, D Henshaw Ward mgr, C B Ward 

sec, factories Emery Station, office S F 
Judson May Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Judson Otis M, student, res Fruit Vale ave nr County Road 
Judson Walter H, clerk O C Coiner, res 568 Sixteenth 
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Judy A C. painter, 717 Fifth 

Juline Nels S, carpenter, res 1121 East Seventeenth 
Jullion J B, gardener, 2024 Broadway 
Junction Restaurant, G R Rudolph propr, 1253 Broadway 
Jund George, clerk Henry Jund, res cor Forty-fifth and Tele- 
graph ave 
Jund Henry, butcher, Telegraph ave, res Forty -fifth nr Tele- 
graph ave 
Jungermann Bertha Mrs. res 715 Myrtle 
Jungermann Edward, butcher supplies, res 1573 Broadway 
Junker Charles A. salesman, res 1155 Center 
Junqua U (Bidache & Jungua) res 820 Franklin 
Jurgens Block, e s Broad wa}^ bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
JURGENS CHARLES, proprieter La Clede House, 1116 Broad- 
way 
Jurgens Charles, saloon, 409 Twelfth, res La Clede House 
Juso John, quarryman, res Temescal 
Juss Frank, res SW cor Eleventh and Washington 
JUST FRANK (Just & Sachau) res 870 and 872 Washington 
JUST & SACHAU (Frank Just and Fred Sachau) meat market, 
full line choice meats, 870 and 872 Washington 

Kaas Hans P, gilder Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1509 Twelfth ave 
Kabisius Ernst, tinner S P Co, res 827 Magnolia 
Kabisius William C, plumber J C Bullock, res 827 Magnolia 
Kabsch William, clerk, res 2216 San Pablo ave 
Kadel Barbara Mrs, res 721 Sixteenth 
Kadel Matilda M Miss, res 721 Sixteenth 
Kady Daniel, laborer, res 1313 Campbell 
Kaese S Mrs, res 678 Twenty-first 
Kaeser Edward, cigars, S F, res 1003 Fifth ave 
Kahn Frederick, res 965 Jackson 
Kahn Henry (Kahn & Sons) res 965 Jackson 
Kahn I Mrs, res 965 Jackson 
Kahn John (Kahn & Sons) res Los Angeles 
Kahn Solomon (Kahn & Sons) res 965 Jackson 
KAHN & SONS (Henry, Solomon and John) dry and fancy 
goods, millinery, cloaks and suits, 1003 Broadway and 464 
-468 Tenth 
Kahrmann Conrad, carpenter, res 856 Clay 
Kaighin John, clerk T Kaighin, res 819 Isabella 
Kaighin Margaret Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 1458 Fifth 
Kaighin Thomas (McCall & Kaighin) res 586 Twenty-fifth 
Kain Mary Miss, domestic, 1406 Alice 
Kaiser — , carpenter, res e s Grove nr Thirty-sixth 
Kaiser A K, tailoress A Stein, res 834 Sixth 



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Kaiser Anton, car cleaner S P Co, res 834 Cedar 

Kaiser Martin, upholsterer, res 572 William 

Kaler Alfred, confectioner, res Weber House 

Kales M W, banker, res 176 Lake 

Kaley Catherine Mrs, res s s Todd nr Crawford 

Kalkman Susan Mrs, res 1268 Seventh ave 

Kallafreth Edmond, draughtsman, res cor Cedar and Atlantic 

Kallahar Mamie, child's nurse, 1212 Magnolia, res 168 Seventh 

Kallahar P, horseshoer, 365 Eleventh, res 168 Seventh 

Kallahar Richard, horseshoer, res 168 Seventh 

Kailey F, mgr Wilcox & Gibbs sewing machine, 963 Wash- 
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Kaltenbrunn Emille, cook W H Chickering, 970 Sixteenth 

Kamensky Emily, nurse, 1311 Fifth ave 

Kamman Lena, domestic, 966 Madison 

Kanable Fannie Mrs, res 2566 Telegraph ave 

Kane Agnes, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1068 Kirkham 

Kane Charles C, machinist, res Washington Hotel 

Kane Christopher, employe S P Co, res 1912 Seventh 

KANE & DALEY (William Kane and John E Daley) Almont 
Livery Stable, 1352 San Pablo ave 

Kane Dennis, wood and coal, 800 Jefferson, res 804 Jefferson 

Kane Edward, laborer, res 65 2| Linden 

Kane Edward J, apprentice James McGivney, res 1068 Kirkham 

Kane Frank, bartender J J Hanifin, res 504 Fifteenth 

Kane George, laborer, res 2262 San Pablo ave 

Kane James, hackman, res 619 Sixth 

Kane James, employe S P Co, res Seventh nr Bay 

Kane J C, fireman S P Co, res 1815 Seventh 

Kane J M J, traveling salesman M J Keller, 1007 Broadway 

Kane John, laborer, res Eleventh bet Lowell and Folsom 

Kane John, Rockridge Park 

Kane John J, carpenter, res 1765 Grove 

Kane John T, office boy, res 65 2 \ Linden 

Kane Joseph, employe railroad, res 1456 Twelfth 

Kane Julia, domestic, 1302 Jackson 

Kane Lizzie Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, res 1068 
Kirkham 

Kane Mary Mrs, res 308 Fifth 

Kane Mary Mrs, domestic. 452 East Seventeenth 

Kane Mary, domestic, 1406 Alice 

Kane Michael, gardener and groom, res 672 Eleventh 

Kane Michael, gardener DrEH Pardee, res 1068 Kirkham 

Kane Patrick F, clerk M J Keller, res 1464 Curtis 

Kane Sarah Mrs, dairy, res N W cor Moss ave and Broadway 

Kane Sarah, domestic, 330 East Seventeenth 

Kane William, waiter California Restaurant, res 809 Franklin 

Kan 3 William (Kane h Daley) res 1352 San Pablo ave 



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Kangler W, third cook Alta House 

Kanna James F, stovemaker, S F, res 133 Hannah 

Kantz Catherine Mrs, nurse, 762 Franklin 

Kantz Charles, well borer, 762 Franklin 

Kantz Frank, teamster, res 1819 Adeline 

Kapetanich Biaggio, night cook, res 844 Market 

Karcher S C Mrs, res 1714 Telegraph ave 

Karpch William, res 2216 San Pablo ave 

Kaser Jacob, coachman Frank C Havens, Vernon Heights 

Kasserman J F, millwright, 562 Seventh 

Kasserman Nettie Miss, music teacher, res 562 Seventh 

Kastner A, watchman J Lusk Canning Co 

Katen John, laborer S P Co, res 759 Campbell 

Kathriner N, bootmaker, 655 Broadway 

Kats Henrietta Miss, res 839 Webster 

Katzenberg Hannah, res 1463 Grove 

Kaucsher Louisa Mrs, cook, res 1372 Sixteenth 

Kaufman Fred C, machinist, res 1308 Seventh 

Kaufman Henry, with A Rosenthal, res 359 Ninth 

Kaufman Max, clerk J L Harris, res 359 Ninth 

Kaufman Tobias, peddler, res 859 Ninth 

Kavanagh John Jr. tailor, res 1358 Eighth 

Kay William, engineer California Cotton Mills, res 619 Park 

ave 
Kayes John, car repairer S P Co, res 1506 Fifth 
Kayser Albert, propr Oakland Journal, 832 Webster, res 1377 

Broadway 
Kaj^ser C E, mgr Oakland Journal, res 1377 Broadway 
KAYSER JOHN, proprietor California Saloon, 840 Broadway, 

res 820 Harrison 
Keagan Simon, drayman, res 717 Adetine 
Keagan Timothy, res 1724 Adeline 

Kealaz Martin, waiter Martin & Co, res 1207 Broadway 
Kean Laura Miss, children's nurse, res 1318 Market 
Keancalley M, salesman Salinger's, res Golden Eagle Hotel 
Kearn George, fireman steamer Transfer, res 1710 Chase 
Kearn George W, agt Troy Mills, S F, res 669 Fifteenth 
Kearney A E Mrs, res 1459 West 
Kearney Agnes, domestic, 969 Jackson 
Kearney Agnes Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Kearney Agnes Miss, res 1459 West 

Kearney Annie Miss, domestic, res 1604 East Twenty-second 
Kearney Frank, machinist, res 1519 Seventh 
Kearney Hannah Mrs, res 722 Linden 
Kearney Jerry, groceries, 770 Willow 
Kearney John, teamster, res 722 Linden 
Kearney John, employe California Jute Mills 
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Kearney Lulu Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Kearney Margaret F Miss, res 1459 West 

Kearney Martin, bootmaker, 1706£ Seventh 

Kearney Patrick, laborer California Jute Mills, res 251 Second 

Kearney Rose Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Kearns George J, laborer S P Co, res 1710 Chase 

Kearns John T, plasterer, res 82b' Twenty-first 

Kearns Timothy, yardman Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 959 

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Keath John, farmer, res SW cor Claremont and College ave 
Keatin Jule Mrs, dressmaker, res 590 Twenty-second 
Keating Katharine Mrs, res 1459 Castro 

Keating M F, foreman painter S P Co, res 690 Twenty-sixth 
Keating William, res Wilcox Block 
Keating William, ship carpenter, res 1368 Sixteenth 
Keating W J, salesman L Mayer, res 921 Broadway 
Keaton John, laborer S P Co, res 759 Campbell 
Keatting William, carpenter, res 585 Sycamore 
Keay William, engineer, res Twenty-third ave 
Keef Charles, carriage painter, 1362 San Pablo ave 
Keefe Arthur, teamster, res 2223 Chestnut 
Keefe Charies, mechanic, res 1407 Broadway 
Keefe Cornelius, night watchman Judson Iron and Nail Works, 

res 2223 Chestnut 
Keefe Daniel, machinist S P Co, res 808 Willow 
Keefe Daniel, marble cutter, res 2223 Chestnut 
Keefe John, teamster, res 677 Twenty-sixth 
Keefe William, teamster, res 2223 Chestnut 
Keefer A F Miss, teacher, Berkeley, res 830 Myrtle 
Keefer E M Mrs, res 830 Myrtle 
Keefer Jesse R, bookkeeper, res 830 Myrtle 
Keefer M A Mrs, housekeeper, res 941 Willow 
Keegan Delia Mrs, res 1763 Seventh * 
Keegan Julia Miss, res 1717 Adeline 
Keegan Margaret Mrs, res 1724 Adeline 
Keegan Mary Mrs, res 1717 Adeline 
Keegan May Miss, res Oriental House 
Keegan May Miss, domestic, res 367 East Twelfth 
Keegan Simon, laborer, res 1717 Adeline 
Keegan Timothy, laborer, res 1724 Adeline 
Keelar F T, merchant, res 932 Filbert - 
Keelar Trueman, merchant, res 932 Filbert 
Keele William, carpenter, res 1005 Twenty-second 
Keeler Susie, domestic, 1019 Chester 
Keenan James, coachman, 1353 Grove 
Keenan John, fireman S P Co, res 853 Harrison 
Keene Charles W, real estate, 958 Broadway, res Galindo Hotel 



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Keene George, coachman, res 1264 Fourteenth 
Keene John M, salesman, S F, res 80 D Washington 
Keene Maggie F Miss, music teacher, res 869 Washington 
Keene Margaret Mrs, res 869 Washington 
Keene Mary Miss, res Galindo Hotel 
Keesing — , res Graystone House 
Kehoe Lawrence, sewer contractor, res 859 Twentieth 
Kehoe Patrick, longshoreman, res 216 Hollis 
Kehres Maggie Miss, domestic, res 608 Fourth 
Keiley Thomas, extraman Truck Co No 1, Oakland Fire De- 
partment 
Keim Minnie Miss, domestic, res 935 Filbert 
Keisker Annie Mrs, farmer, res 1364 Sixteenth 
Keiso Otto, barber, res 669 Seventh 

Keith Charles, carriage painter C C Buffett, res 313 Sixth 
Keith Frank M, res cor Julia and Monroe, Fruit Vale 
Keith John, machineman Oakland Planing Mills, res 517 

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Keith J C S, bookkeeper, res 1418 West 
Keith P E, propr El Dorado Livery Stable, 377 Eleventh, res 

1005 Webster 
Keith Samuel F, machinist, S F, res 805 Jackson 
Keith William, gardener, res cor Vernard and College aves 
Kejer Charles J, painter, res 1506 Broadway 
Keley Susie, domestic, res 1019 Chester 
Kellagher William, laborer, res 415 Seventh 
Kelleher Mary Miss, domestic, res 1303 Market 
Kelleher Nellie Miss, domestic, 1374 Telegraph ave 
Kelleher Patrick, yardman S P Co, res 658 Alice 
Keller A A, machinist, res 1534 Broadway 
Keller Addie Mrs, res 1534 Broadway 
Keller C, employe Mountain View Cemetery 
Keller Ida Miss, res 1534 Broadway 
Keller James M.real estate, S F, res 727 Eighth 
Ktller James P, clerk M J Keller, res 1664 Webster 
Keller J M, agt Contra Costa Laundry, 867 Broadway, res 401 

East Eleventh 
Keller John F, laborer S P Co, res 956 William 
KELLER M 1, gents' furnishing goods, shirt manufacturer and 

merchant tailor, 1007 and 1009 Broadway, res 1664 

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Keller P J, propr Keller's Nurseries, Piedmont, res nr Mountain 

View Cemetery 
Keller Patrick, switchman S P Co, res 658 Alice 
Keller Rita Mrs, res 1534 Broadway 
Keller William, laborer, res 1949 Filbert 
Keller Willis, blacksmith, res 1534 Broadway 
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plaster decorations, 470 Twelfth and 763 Market, S F 
Kellett Samuel (Kellett and McMurray) res Calistoga 
Kelley Bella E Miss, nurse, res 702 Eleventh 
Kelley Delia Mrs, res 2049 San Pablo ave 
Kelley F L, mechanic, res 1169 Clay 
Kelley George, laborer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1721 

Atlantic 
Kelley George J, paper hanger C L Taylor, res 306 Seventh 
Kelley James, laborer, res 838 Franklin 
Kelley John, laborer, res 1658 Sixteenth 
Kelley Joseph M, collector, res 401 East Eleventh 
Kelley Luke C, paying teller Sather Banking Co, S F, res 1214 

Brush 
Kelley Maud Miss, type writer H K Field, S F, res 1214 Brush 
Kelley Michael, laborer S P Co, res 1725 Seventh 
Kelley Patrick, shoemaker, res 552,East Eleventh 
Kelley Thomas M, employe L Jaffe, res 244 Franklin 
Kelley Thomas, teamster W S & O T Co, res Alameda 
Kelley William, hostler Pope & Talbot, S F, res 1093 Third 
Kelley Zeno, carpenter, 729 Eighth 

Kellog Langdon, clerk shoe store, Broadway, res 1371 Tenth 
Kelloo-cr C W, mgr Tubbs & Co, S F. and trustee Oakland Free 

Library, res 1253 Grove 
KELLOGG ETTA MRS> music teacher, res 1350 Franklin 
Kellogg G H, advertising agt, S F, res 1270 Eighth 
Kellogg James, bookkeeper Puget Sound Lumber Co, Vallejo, res 

318 East Eighth 
Kellogg Langdon De Witt, salesman Jonas Bros, res 914 Harrison 
Kellogg M E, res 1379 Jackson 
Kelloffer Norman B, division master S P Co, office 1900 Seventh, 

res 876 Wood 
Kellogg Sheldon, I capitalist, res 228 East Fourteenth 
Kellum Edward M, carpenter S P Co, res 1674 Eighth 



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Kellum Elsie R Miss, res 700 Webster 

Kelly A D, brakeman S P Co, res 865 Henry 

Kelly A 1 bertha Miss, res cor East Twenty-fifth and Twelfth ave 

Kelly Annie Mrs, res 1728 Twelfth ave, East Oakland 

Kelly Annie Miss, employe California Jute Mills, bds 757 Castro 

Kelly Annie Miss, res 862 Castro 

Kelly Catherine Mrs, res 862 Castro 

Kelly Charles H, engineer Gould & Williamson, res 958 Third 

Kelly Charles J, horseman, res 1162 Seventh 

Kelly Charles M, carpenter, res 706 Webster 

Kelly Daniel, blacksmith, S F, bds 757 Castro 

Kelly Dennis, teamster, res 812 East Twelfth 

Kelly Dora Miss, type writer, res 1057 Center 

Kelly E Mrs, res 579 Twentieth 

Kelly Edward, miner, res 757 Castro 

Kelly Edward Jr, blacksmith, S F, bds 757 Castio 

Kelly Ed A, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 833 Myrtle 

Kelly E J, teamster, res 2049 San Pablo ave 

Kelly E L, with Dr Sa-Yon-Na, 471 Seventh, res 1513 Ninth 

Kelly Elizabeth Miss, domestic, 914 Peralta 

Kelly Elmer E, student, res 1169 Clav 

Kelly Florence Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Kelly Frank, stone cutter F E Knowles & Co, res 719 Third 

Kelly Frank, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 719 Third 

Kelly George H, printer, res 1318 Seventh ave 

Kelly G F, marble cutter, res 948 Magnolia 

Kelly Gibson P, journalist, res 1214 Twelfth ave 

Kelly Gus, weigher Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 958 Third 

Kelly G W, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1422 Fifteenth 

Kelly Isabella Miss, nurse, res 702 Eleventh 

Kelly James, horse trader, res Clarendon House 

Kelly James, header Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 716 Fifth 

Kelly James, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 958 Third 

Kelly James F, marble works, 761 Seventh, res 948 Magnolia 

Kelly John A, student Dr Woolsey, res 958 Third 

Kelly John M, laborer, res 1656 Sixteenth 

Kelly Joseph, with Frank Brown, res 1454 Seventh 

Kelly Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Kelly Josie, hosiery department California Hosiery Co, 719 Third 

Kelly Kate Mrs, res 1560 Seventh 

Kelly Kate Miss, employe California Jute Mills* res East Oakland 

Kelly Kate Miss, domestic, 1244 Poplar 

Kelly L A, jeweler, res 1219 Harrison 

Kelly L Mrs, plain sewing, res 857 Twenty-second 

Kelly Lawrence A, mechanic, res cor East Twenty-fifth and 

Twelfth ave 
Kelly Lewis E, homeopathic physician, 1169 Clay 
Kelly Maggie Miss, domestic, 1412 Twelfth ave * 



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Kelly Maggie Miss, domestic, res 362 Eighth 

Kelly Mary Mrs. res 855 Washington 

Kelly Mary Miss, real estate agt, 414 Seventh 

Kelly Mary Miss, employe California Jute Mills, res East Oakland 

Kelly Mary Elizabeth, cashier, res 1519 Eighth 

Kelly Michael, employe H N Morse, cor Lester and Hanover ave, 
Feral ta Heights, East Oakland 

Kelly Michael, teamster L Jaffe, res 812 Franklin 

Kelly Michael, bricklayer, res Capitol Hotel 

Kelly Michael, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 721 Sixth 

Kelly M J, weaver Brooklyn Cotton Mills, bds 757 Castro 

Kelly Nancy, domestic, res 228 East Fourteenth 

Kelly Nicholas (Farrell & Kelly) res 1560 Seventh 

Kelly Patrick, employe St Mary's Cemetery 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, res 955 Third 

Kelly Roady, shoe cutter, res 1237 Peralta 

Kelly Rose Miss, employe California Jute Mills, res 757 Castro 

Kelly Thomas, cook Grand Western Hotel 

Kelly William E, clerk, res 1093 Third 

Kelly William M, clerk J W Fleming, res cor Clay and Fourteenth 

Kelly William P, miner, res cor Tenth ave and East Twenty-fifth 

Kelly William P, carpenter, 1715 William 

Kelly Willie, plumber, res 1656 Sixteenth 

Kelly Winifred Miss, housekeeper Grand Western Hotel 

Kelsey Bryant, real estate, S F, res 611 Fourteenth 

Kelsey Edson, apprentice Kirkland & Trowbridge, res 973 Broad- 
way 

Kelsey Erastus, farmer, res Mariposa ave nr Shattuck ave 

Kelsey Harry D, druggist H H Skilling, res SW cor Fourteenth 
and Washington 

Kelsey House, Alexander de Leo de Laguna propr, SW cor 
Twenty-fourth and Telegraph ave 

KELSEY NOAH, manager Bovee, Toy & Co, S F,res 137 Athol ave 

Kelsey W H, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res Ross House 

Kelso A, barber. 856 Broadway, res 669 Seventh 

Kelton A K Mrs, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton Alonzo K, cook, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton A W, painter, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton Charles L, substitute letter carrier, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton Charles L Mrs, dressmaker, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton E F, clerk, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton Harry, foreman wood and coal yard, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton H K, bookkeeper, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton Hutchins Miss, res 662 Fourth 

Kelton Milford G, captain schooner JUtna, res 662 Fourth 

Kemp Alfred H, Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank, S F, res 1163 
Tenth ave 

Kemp George, res 862 Union 



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Kemp Georgia, domestic, Rockridge Park 

Kemp Henry S, salesman, Sacramento, res 1410 Adeline 

Kemp Jane Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Kemp Linda A Miss, res 1163 Tenth ave 

Kemp M R Mrs, domestic, Rockridge Park 

Kemp Nesbitt A, res 1163 Tenth ave 

Kemp Valencia Miss, dressmaker M Milliken 

Kempe Ernest, confectioner J Fischer, res Arlington House 

Kemp-key Augustus, business mgr L D Stone & Co, S F, res 1612 
Twelfth 

KENDALL ALP HE US, proprietor Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res 
679 Fifth 

Kendall Belle Miss, res 1804 Telegraph ave 

Kendall Charles, deck hand, res 555 Broadway 

Kendall Flora C, teacher, res 1020 Oak 

Kendall Frank I, private sec N K Masten, S F, res 1427 Myrtle 

Kendall Fred P, supt Alaska Fishing Co, S F, res 1405 Alice 

Kendall Joseph R, mining operator, S F, res 1405 Alice 

Kendall Mary Mrs, res 1804 Telegraph ave 

Kendall Nellie E, artist W B Ingersoll, res 1804 Telegraph ave 

Kendell Charles, deck hand steamer Alameda, res 555 Broadway 

Kenealy Michael, clerk Salinger's, res Golden Eagle Hotel 

Kenfield Addie Miss, res 581 Caledonia 

Kenna P J G, insurance broker, res cor East Fourteenth and Ad- 
eline 

Kenna Richard, engineer, res 925 Third 

Kennealy Jeremiah, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1752 Tele- 
graph ave 

Kennedy Angeline Mrs, lodging house, 232 Twelfth 

Kennedy Charles, baker, res 460 Fifth 

Kennedy Charles, employe S P Co, res La Clede House 

Kennedy Charles, dairyman, res East Fourteenth bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth aves 

Kennedy C J, farmer, res East Fourteenth bet Twenty-third and 
Twent}'-fourth aves 

Kennedy Ed, employe S P Co, res 1723 Seventh 

Kennedy E H, coal oil warehouse, SW cor Third and Oak, office 
519 Tenth 

Kennedy Eliza Mrs, res 1668 Thirteenth 

Kennedy Elizabeth Mrs, res Areata House 

Kennedy Emi, Coal Oil Stove' Works, res 519 Tenth 

Kennedy F A, cigars and notions, 749 East Twelfth 

Kennedy Frank, teamster, res 749 East Twelfth 

Kennedy Gano, propr Christian Church News, res 561 Sycamore 

Kennedy Helen W Mrs, music teacher, res 561 Sycamore 

Kennedy James, carpenter, res 446 East Twentieth 

Kennedy James, res 416 Eighth 

Kennedy James A, patrolman, res 1057 Twelfth ave 



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Kennedy James D, with H L Adams, res 446 Twentieth 

Kennedy James F, first asst engineer Oakland Fire Department, 

res 760 Harrison 
Kennedy John, hostler Joseph A Brown & Co, res 510 Thirteenth 
Kennedy John, laborer, res 415 Seventh 
Kennedy John, waiter Washington Hotel 
Kennedy John C, propr Fruit Vale Villa, Fruit Vale ave nr 

East Fourteenth 
Kennedy John J, employe Phoenix Foundry, res 61 Hannah 
Kennedy John T, .clerk, S F, res 558 Fourth 
Kennedy K E Mrs, cigars and tobacco, 749 East Twelfth 
Kennedy Kate Miss, teacher, res 1668 Thirteenth 
Kennedy Laura Mrs, res 446 East Twentieth 
Kennedy Laura Miss, perfume mfr, S F, res 1715 Lincoln 
Kennedy Leonard W, importer oils, S F, res La Clede House 
Kennedy Lillie Miss, domestic, res Arlington House 
Kennedy M A Miss (M M Kennedy & Co) res 112 Fifth 
Kennedy Margaret Miss, res 446 East Twentieth 
Kennedy Margaret Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Kennedy Mary Miss, res 446 East Twentieth 
Kennedy Mary A, employe Philadelphia Dye Works, bds 112 

Fifth 
Kennedy Matthew W, train conductor, res Oriental House 
Kennedy M E Mrs, res 1325 Ninth ave 
Kennedy Michael, laborer, res 720 Filbert 

Kennedy M M & Co (Misses M M and M A Kennedy) dressmak- 
ers and fancv goods, 1115 Washington p 
Kennedy M W, conductor S P Co, res 1467 Fifth O fl 
Kennedy Patrick M, carpenter, res 112 Fifth "** £ 
Kennedy Philip, car cleaner S P Co, res 1470 Third £+ C 
Kennedy Richmon, milk ranch, Pleasant Valley, Piedmont "J Z 
Kennedy Thomas, special police officer, res 61 Hannah jj 
Kennedy Thomas E, res 558 Sixth ^ 
Kennedy William, teamster, res 751 East Twelfth gj { 
Kennedy William S, teamster, res 2136 Magnolia ft £ 
Kennedy William V, carpenter, res 112 Fifth 
Kennedy William W, propr lodging house. 232 Twelfth 
Kenney Bridget, domestic, 2134 Peralta 
Kenney Ellen Mrs, res 1602 Atlantic Q £ 
Kenney Jesse S, res 826 Kirkham q ( 
Kenney John L, fireman Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co ; res ^ 5 
724 Lewis CO £ 
Kenney Joseph F, letter carrier, res 1602 Atlantic f* m 
Kenney M Mrs, res 826 Kirkham 

Kenney Martin, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry £ 

Kenney Martin, gardener, res 2134 Peralta 
Kenney Mary F Mrs, res 807 Washington 

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Kenney Mary H Mrs, # physician, res 758 Ninth 

Kenney M T Mrs, res' 1663 Fourteenth 

Kennev Richard T, brakeman S P Co, res 826 Kirkham 

KENNEY WALTER A, manager Whittier, Fuller & Co, 412 and 

414 Twelfth, res 758 Ninth 
Kennip Jacob, laborer, res 982 Wood 
Kennip Peter, employe S P Co, res 982 Wood 
Kennison J Frederick, clerk, S F, res 1263 Brush 
Kennison Joseph C, clerk, S F, res 1268 Brush 
Kenny Frank H, upholsterer, S F, res 1663 Fourteenth 
Kenny Ida Miss, res 1663 Fourteenth 

Kenny Margaret T Miss, cloakmaker, res 1663 Fourteenth 
Kenny Nora Miss, domestic, 1170 Tenth 
Kent A J, fireman S P Co, res 807 Market 
Kent A K, brakeman S P Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Kent Albert, fireman S P Co, res 807 Market 
Kent Andrew L, res 1115 East Seventeenth 
Kent B H, commercial traveler, res Tubbs Hotel 
Kent Daniel M, mining sec and general business agt, 330 Pine, S 

F, res 1162 Harrison 
Kent D M Mrs, res 1115 East Seventeenth 
Kent E, carpenter, res n s Crawford nr San Pablo ave 
Kent E B, carpenter, res 707 Adeline 
Kent Richard P, pile driver, res Merced ave nr Shattuck 
Kent Thomas R, bookkeeper, S F, res 811 Eleventh 
KENT W M> proprietor Newland House, NE cor Seventh and 

Washington, res same 
Kenutti Sam, boxmaker Judson Manufacturing Co res 2248 

Magnolia 
Keogh Bridget Mrs, domestic, 112 Center Beach 
Kercheval John H, clerk bridge and building department S P Co 
Kercheval J H, brakeman S P Co, res 524 Fourteenth 
Kerins Terrance, gardener, res 1803 Market 
Kerivan James, painter, res 1224 San Pablo ave 
Kerley James, broommaker, res Home for Adult Blind 
Kern Conrad, clerk Kahn & Sons, res 1371 Broadway 
Kern E L Mrs, res 1379 Broadway 
Kern Rodrigo, clerk Kahn & Sons, res 1371 Broadway 
Kerner Charles, barber, 1110 Webster 
Kerns Hannah Mrs, res 358 Seventh 
Kerns Peter, house mover W Sueell, res 358 Seventh 
Kerns Therese Miss, student, res 1065 Jackson 
Kerr Mrs, res 973 Washington 
Kerr Henry, stableman, res Washington Hotel 
Kerr Naomi B Miss, teacher Lincoln School, res 582 East Twelfth 
Kerr Thomas F J, painter, res 626 Third 
Kerran James, printer, res 931 Pine 
Kerrigan P J, mining, res 617 Ninth 



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Kervin James, painter, res Areata House 

Kerwick Michael, teamster, res 1311 Sixth ave 

Kesfield David, musician, res 806 Jackson 

Kesler James W, constable and special officer, 859 Broadway, res 

1307 Telegraph ave 
Kesovia Antonio, cook P Kesovia, res 1790 Seventh 
Kesovia Peter, restaurant, 1790 Seventh 
Kessler August, carpenter, res 620 Magnolia 
Ketchen James E, rubber stamp maker, res 666 Twentieth 
Keton William, ship carpenter, res 1362 Sixteenth 
Ketscher Gustave (Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher) res 658 Myrtle 
Key Ada E Miss, student, res 304 Second 
Key Catherine Miss, res 619 Park ave 
Key Stone Lodge No 64, Ancient Order United Workmen, meets 

Tuesday, 377 Twelfth 
Key Robert E, carpenter and contractor, res 304 Second 
Key William, tenter California Cotton Mills, res 619 Park ave 
Keyer N E, engineer steamer, res 1116 Nineteenth 
Keyes C N Mrs, res 1216 Eighth 
Keyes James, groceries, 1454 Fifth 
Keyes John, repairer S P Co, res 1506 Fifth 
Keyes Merlin, printer Oakland Tribune, res 1216 Eighth 
Keyes Tim, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 822 Second 
Keys Clinton W, clerk Puget Sound Lumber Co, S F, res 1020 

Fourteenth 
Keys Gilbert S, commission merchant, S F, res 1020 Fourteenth 
Kezar Bell Mrs, dressmaker, Sunnvside House 
Khunle W (Reek & Khunle) res 865 Eighth 
Kidd T R G, miller Golden Gate Flouring Mills, S F, res Tenth nr 

Powell, North Oakland 
Kidd William L, traveling agt, res Nucleus: House 
Kiee Henry, cigar maker, res Twelfth nr Powell 
Kiefer Leopold, millwright, res 1773 Lincoln 
Kiercheimer Emilio Mrs, res 486 Edward 
Kiernan Agnes G, copyist, S F, res 458 East Seventeenth 
Kiernan Anna M Miss, res 458 East Seventeenth 
Kiernan Maggie Miss, res 458 East Seventeenth 
Kiernan Mary Miss, artist, res 458 East Seventeenth 
Kiernan Mary C, clerk Western Union Telegraph Co, res 458 East 

Seventeenth 
Kiesker William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kieso Adolph, barber, 856 Broadway, res 669 Seventh 
Kieszling Feanna, saleslady J Kirchheiner, res 1610 San Pablo 

ave 
Kihlmeyer Louis, decorator McGovern & Cahill, res 658 Ninth 
Kilborn Alden D, engineer S P Co, res 1523 Ninth 
Kilborn H S Mrs, res 518 East Twenty-fourth 
Kilborn John, res 512 Forty-fifth 



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Kilbourn H F, traveling salesman M J Keller, res 1007 Broad- 
way 

Kiley Philip, engineer's storekeeper steamer Alameda, res 758 
Brush 

Kiley Thomas, clerk railroad office, res 758 Brush 

Kiley Thomas, painter and extraman Hook and Ladder No 1, res 
758 Brush 

Kilgore Thomas A, driver Pacific Press, res 715 Twelfth 

Kilian James, laborer, res 661 Twenty-eighth 

Killgalon Kate Mrs, res 1460 Third 

Killgalon John, laborer, res 1460 Third 

Killian Bernard, tailor, res 1756 Telegraph ave 

Killian Patrick, tailor M J Keller, res cor Twenty-eighth and 
Grove 

Killips William G, engineer, res 272 Fourth 

Killnan James, coachman, res 1313 Grove 

Killoran Bridget Mrs, domestic, cor East Thirty-sixth and Cam- 
eron 

Killy Thomas, laborer, res 758 Brush 

Kilpatrick Arthur, plumber Sturm & Leitch, res 510 Fifth 

Kilpatrick George, packer Samm & Co, res cor Fifth and Wash- 
ington 

Kilpatrick Mary Mrs, res 510 Fifth 

KILPATRICK & WATKINS> produce and commission merchants 
and agents for Del Monte Milling Co, 1314 Telegraph ave 

Kilpatrick William (Kilpatrick & Watkins) res Forty-fifth nr 
San Pablo ave 

Kimball Albert A, house carpenter, res 945 Union 

Kimball Carrie Miss, res 1271 Nineteenth ave 

Kimball Charles B, contractor and builder, res 1921 Myrtle 

Kimball Frank, fireman S P Co, res 325 Eleventh 

Kimball Grace Miss, res 654 Fifth 

Kimball Hattie Miss, type writer, S F, res 1921 Myrtle 

Kimball H H Mrs, res 654 Fifth 

Kimball James H, propr American Restaurant, res 613 East 
Eleventh 

Kimball Louis, painter J W Tucker & Son 

Kimball Mary S Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 626 East 
Fourteenth 

Kimball Mattie L Miss, milliner, res 1921 Myrtle 

Kimball Minnie T Miss, teacher Durant School, res 466 Plymouth 
ave 

Kimball Ruel, painter, res 1312 San Pablo ave 

Kimball Sarah L Miss, stenographer, S F, res 1921 Myrtle 

Kimball Simeon C, painter, res 1921 Myrtle 

Kimball Thomas L, mining engineer, res 1271 Ninth ave 

Kimbark Fred C, conductor S P Co, res 1756 Taylor 

Kimble Liston, bookkeeper, S F, res n s Butler nr Herzog 



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Kincaid William, boiler maker, S F, res 815 Magnolia 

Kincaid William R, lumber tally clerk, S F, res 1265 Eighth 

Kindergarten School, Mrs A B Kingsland propr, 516 East Four- 
teenth 

Kindergarten School, Misses Lisa teachers, 757 Peralta 

Kindred John W, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 1534 Market 

Kiney Charles, res 919 East Ninth 

King — , carpenter S P Co, res 1052 Kirkham 

King A, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 373 Fourth 

King Anderson M, porter S P Co, res 1013 Seventh 

King Anette Miss, res 914 Pine 

King Annie Miss, emploj^e California Jute Mills 

King A W, student, res San Pablo ave nr Klinkner ave 

KING C A> wood, coal, hay and grain, 1656 and 1658 San Pablo 
ave, res 578 Sixteenth 

King C*H Mrs, res 1552 Eighth 

King Charles H, farmer, res 1029 Sixth ave 

King Charles L, bookkeeper C K Marshall, res 2253 Telegraph 
ave 

King Charles R, employe railroad, res n s Summer nr Adeline 

King C K, res 461 Tenth 

King Ella Mrs, res 837J Brush 

King Frank, laborer S P Co, res Watts Tract 

King Frank, laborer, res 220 Helen 

King Fred, stableman James King & Son, res 833 Harrison 

King Frederick, engineer, res 239 Louise 

King George, clerk S P Co, S F, res 1132 Filbert 

King George, blacksmith, res 652 Clay 

Kino- George A, blacksmith and carriage maker, res 522 Ninth 

King George A, res 1132 Filbert 

King George W, carpenter S P Co, res 826 Webster 

King Hattie L Miss, res 524 Eleventh ave 

King Henry C, carpenter S P Co, res 1708 William 

King Henrv L, bookkeeper Wells, Fargo & Co's Bank, S F, res 
770 T.-nth 

King H L Miss, res 214 Eighth 

King James (James King & Son) res 833 Harrison 

King James & Son (James and Marcus) proprs Eighth Street Liv- 
ery Stable, 465 Eighth 

King J B, upholsterer, res 834 Campbell 

King Jefferson D, plumber, res 1116 Campbell 

King Jessie I Miss, school teacher, res 1169 Tenth ave 

KING JOHN N (Sanford & King) res 1715 San Pablo ave 

King Joseph, carpenter, res 1417 Tenth 

King L, paper hanger Whit tier, Fuller & Co 

King Lyman T, carpenter W T Veitch, res 766 Twenty-second 

King M Mrs, res 1714 Telegraph ave 

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King Martin, laborer, res 818 Kirkham 

King Mary H, res 1708 William 

Kinof Matthew, nursery, cor Twenty-fifth and Broadway 

KING M|CHAEL REV, rector Church of the Immaculate Con- 
ception and president St Mary's Cemetery, res 616 Seventh 

King Michael, employe S P Co, res 818 Kirkham 

King Michael, hostler Dexter Stable, res 1006 Franklin 

King Michael, stableman George I Prescott, res 380 Tenth 

King Mollie Miss, res 616 Seventh 

King Nellie E Miss, milliner, 963 Washington 

King Nelson, res 578 Sixteenth 

King Robert, contractor, res 765 Clay 

King Rosa Mrs, res 240 Hollis 

King Rose Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

King Samuel, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 810 Jefferson 

King Sarah Mrs, cook, res 330 East Seventeenth 

King S M Miss, dressmaker, res 1714 Telegraph ave 

King Thomas B, cooper, S F, res 1265 Center 

King T W, brakeman S P Co, res 1731 Wood 

King W A, license inspector, res 816 Isabella 

King W E, carpenter, res 1052 Kirkham 

King William, carpenter S P Co, res 1052 Kirkham 

King William, ship joiner, res 1724 Twelfth 

King W T illiam E, bookkeeper, res 1030 Chestnut 

King William E, coal yard, res 1656 San Pablo ave 

Kingleback Tillie Mrs, dressmaker J F Wood 

Kingman Harriet Mrs, res 1314 Filbert 

Kingman John F, res 1120 Eighth ave 

Kingman Myra V Miss, teacher Durant School, res 1220 Eighth 
ave 

KINGS FRANK, Domestic sewing machine and Domestic paper 
patterns, 1062 Broadway, res 1457 Broadway 

Kingsbury Herbert M, clerk Truckee Lumber Co, S F, res 1326 
Eighth ave 

Kingshott H Richard, carpenter, res 915 Third 

Kingsland A B Mrs, private school, 516 East Fourteenth 

Kingsland T G, propr Arlington House, 474 Ninth 

Kingston Edward, butcher L Scaffer, res 501 Seventh 

Kingston Richard, artesian well borer, res 1010 Fifth 

Kinkade G H Rev, pastor Christian Church, NE cor Thirteenth 
and Market, res 563 Fourteenth 

Kinke Charles, miller Golden Rule Flour Mill, res 807 Franklin 

Kinloch James W, tinsmith, S F, res 1722 Chase 

Kinnard — , atty-at-law, S F, res Willson House 

Kinnear J S, foreman Oakland Planing Mills, res 1018 Twenty- 
fourth 

Kinney E C Mrs, res 1727 Thirteenth 

Kinney John, custodian Deutscher Club, res 461 J Twelfth 



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Kinross W H, professor of music, 1069 Broadway, res Hotel 
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KINSELLA EDWARD I collector and traveling agent San Fran- 
cisco Monitor, res 806 Brush 

Kinsey Charles, real estate, res 919 East Nineteenth 

KINSEY CHARLES W> furniture dealer and auctioneer, 1114- 
1118 Broadway and 417 Thirteenth, res 578 Laurel 

Kinslea Thomas, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res 467 East 
Twelfth 

Kinsman Fred B, bookkeeper Balfour, Guthrie & Co, S F, res 
1206 Seventh 

Kipke Charles, miller City Mills, res 807 Franklin 

Kirby James, laborer S P Co, res 1256 Cypress 

Kircher Mary, domestic, res 1925 Webster 

Kirchheiner John H, wholesale confectioner, 862 Washington 

Kirchival John, employe S P Co, bds Centennial House 

Kirchner Herman, grocer, SE cor Twenty-second and Adeline, 
res 1534 Adeline 

Kirchner John, carpenter, res 584 Twenty-fifth 

Kirchner William, grocer, 1113 Kirkham 

Kirchner William Mrs, dressmaker, 1113 Kirkham 

Kirk Alfred W, telegraph operator Pacific Postal Telegraph. Cable 
Co, res 1110 Fourteenth 

KIRK G A, carpenter and builder, 408 Tenth, res 1913 Myrtle 

Kirk George, employe Oakland Gas Light and Heat Co, res 820 
Grove 

Kirk Harry H, draughtsman, res 1218 Tenth ave 

Kirk H S, clerk O C Kirk, res 981 Fifth ave 

Kirk John H, bookkeeper Horace Davis & Co, S F, res 1218 
Tenth ave 

Kirk Joseph W, carriage trimmer, res 616 Ninth 

Kirk Lilly Miss, res 1218 Tenth ave 

Kirk Loretto M Miss, res 981 Fifth ave 

Kirk Mary I Miss, res 1218 Tenth ave 

Kirk Norris L, bridge builder, S F, res 764 Eighteenth 

KIRK OWEN C> tinning and plumbing, 303, 305 and 315 East 
Twelfth, and councilman Seventh Ward, res 981 Fifth ave 

Kirk William, architect, res 1110 Fourteenth 

Kirk William B, druggist, res 616 Ninth 

Kirkaldie Herman (J A Wiswell & Co) res 1156 Broadway 

Kirkham Ella Miss, res 710 Thirty-fourth 

Kirkham R W, general U S Army, res 58 Eighth 

Kirklancl Alexander W (Kirkland & McKenzie) res SW cor 
Twelfth and Brush 

Kirkland D W (Kirkland & Trowbridge) res 1214 Grove 

Kirkland James Mrs, res 1214 Grove 

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KIRKLAND & TROWBRIDGE (D W Kirkland and H O Trow- 

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Kirkman Ella Miss, res 710 Thirty-fourth 

Kirkman W H, searcher of records, S F, res 1010 Twenty-eighth 
Kirkness Arthur, clerk Tribune Publishing Co, res 510 Fifth 
Kirkpatrick James, shoemaker, res Telegraph ave opp Forty- 
second 
Kirkpatrick J H, rancher, res cor East Thirtieth and Twenty- 
first ave 
Kirner Joseph, res 1760 Taylor 
Kirschner Jacob, salesman, res 364 Eighth 
Kirwin James, house painter P N Kuss, res 409 Thirteenth 
Kisperg John, helper S P Co, res SW cor Seventh and Harrison 
Kisso Rosa, domestic L Milloslavich, 477J Eighth 
Kister Edward M, clerk, S F, res 609 Sixteenth 
Kister E M, employe Murphy, Grant & Co, res cor Thirteenth ave 

and Twenty-second 
Kistler Anna Mrs, housekeeper, 1465 Castro 
Kistler Hattie F Miss, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 708 Eleventh 
Kitchen Charles E, printer, S F, res 1382 Eleventh 
Kitchen John, solicitor Home Mutual Insurance Co, res 1382 

Eleventh 
Kitchen John Jr, bookbinder, S F, res 1382 Eleventh 
Kitchener Charles, express business, 959 Washington, res 910 

Clay 
Kittel Charles, packer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res cor Thirty- 
fourth and West 
Kitto Amelia Miss, res 2169 West 

Kitto L, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Fifth nr Powell 
Kitto Orlando, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2169 

West 
Kitto William J, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res 237 Helen 
Kittredge Charmian Miss, student, res 554 Thirty-fifth 
Kittredge Edward H, sash and door mfr, S F, res 1373 Grove 
Kittredge John R, lumber surveyor, S F, res 862 Castro 
Klaas George, employe Talcott's Dairy, res High opp Prescott 
Klages Fred, groceries, wines and liquors, 1011 Kirkham 
Klauenberg Herman (Egleston & Klauenberg) res 854 Henry 
Klauenberg Philip II, tailor C Baab, res 854 Henry 
Kleabir Marian Miss, asst sec California Tract and Missionary 

Society, res 714 Eleventh 
Klecak Giovanni, dish washer Martin & Co, res NW cor Fif- 
teenth and San Pablo ave 
Klee Henry, saloon, 1255 Telegraph ave, res 518 Twentieth 
Kleeman William, capitalist, res 2102 Telegraph ave 
Klein Minnie Mrs, res 816 Fifteenth 

Kleiner Rudolph, coachman A E Magill, res 706 Thirteenth 
Kleive M, cook P N Milcovich, res cor Sixth and Franklin 






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Klengel Otto M, laborer, 210 Third 

Klenz Fred, wood carver Oakland Planing Mills, res SW cor 

Second and Broadway 
Klewisch Otto, propr California Oil Refinery, S F, res 1618 Eighth 
Kley Christian, carpenter, S F, res 1011 Kirkham 
Kley Fred, carpenter, res 1011 Kirkham 
Kliegel Benjamin, res 1301 Peralta 
KLIEGEL & CO (Joseph Kliegel and J H Otts) butchers, 1301 

Peralta 
Kliegel Joseph (Kliegel & Co) 1301 Peralta 
Kliegel Joseph B, cigars and tobacco, 252 B 
Kline Charlotte F Mrs, res 474 Twenty-sixth 
Kline Laura M Miss, hairdresser, res 474 Twenty-sixth 
Kline William, stabloman J I Van Duyn, res SW cor Eighth and 

Webster 
Kline William F, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res cor 

Fourteenth ave and East Twelfth 
Kline William F, propr Four Mile House, San Leandro Road 
Klingensmith E M, foreman Robinson's Livery Stables, res 807 

Market 
Klinger John, teamster W S & O T Co, res 36H Third 
Klink Thomas, traveling salesman, S F, res Webers Hotel 
Klinker Henry, butcher Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1102 

Thirty-fourth 
Klinker William, cook California Restaurant, res 809 Franklin 
Klinkner Charles A, rubber stamps, S F, res San Pablo ave nr 

Folsom 
Klinkner Hall, cor San Pablo and Klinkner ave, North Oakland 
Klose Christian A, capitalist, res 417 East Fourteenth 
Klose Gussie Miss, res 417 East Fourteenth 
Kluegel A, saloon keeper, res 572 Sixteenth 
Kluegel E A, bookkeeper, S F, res 1131 Linden 
Kluegel E F Miss, res 1131 Linden 
Kluegel Ferdinand, res 1131 Linden 

Klump Arthur, clerk, S F, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Klump Emil, watchmaker, S F, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Four- 
teenth 
Klump Frederick, carriage mfr, S F, res 1060 Third ave 
Klump Herman, engraver, S F, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Four- 
teenth 
Klump Pauline Miss, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Fourteenth 
Klumpp William, engraver, S F, res Fruit Vale ave nr East Four- 
teenth 
Knabbe Dick, barkeeper Andrew Witt, res 1226 Broadway 
Knapp Anna Mrs, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 323 Fifth 
Knapp Annie, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 808 Fifth 
Knapp Edwin G, atty-at-law, S F, res 1382 Webster 
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Knapp Harry IS, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 158 Fifth 

Knapp Henry R, carpenter, res 256 Fifth 

Knapp Ivan, bricklayer, res 1162 Seventh 

Knapp John, cutter Wentworth Boot and Shoe Factory, res 1769 

Sixteenth 
Knapp Lizzie, res 808 Fifth 
Knapp R H, type founder, res 256 Fifth 
Knatchbull Hugessen Lucy Mrs, res 1217 Magnolia 
Knauth Carl W, machinist, S F, res 1670 Lincoln 
Kneale Benjamin, blacksmith, Claremont ave, res cor Summer and 

Claremont ave 
Kneib Charles F, driver, res 174 Tenth 

Kneisch Jacob, fringemaker Anerbach Thompson, res 212 Third 
Kneudson Matilda Miss, domestic, 485 Prospect ave 
Kniar Katie, domestic, res 410 Seventh 
Knickrem J 1 (H N Gard & Co) res Mohawk 
Knierim John, butcher, 1467 Seventh 
Knight Alfred F A, accountant, S F, res 1322 Tenth ave 
Knight Allen, bank clerk, S F, res 1424 Webster 
KNIGHT, CAMPBELL & CO (N R Knight, W G Campbell and 

B P Flint) real estate agents, Blake & Moffitt Building, 906 

Broadway, rms 11 and 12 
Knight E M Mrs, res 1506 Ninth 
Knight Fred M, machinist, res 852 Isabella 
Knight Fred W, builder, res 543 Twenty-second 
Knight Fred W, clerk, S F, res 1300 Webster 
Knight Henrietta Mrs, res 1322 Tenth ave 
Knight Lillian, milliner, res 1665 Lincoln 
Knight N R (Knight, Campbell & Co) res S F 
Knight R Mrs, res 533 Nineteenth 
Knight Ralph, machinist, res 1665 Lincoln 
Knight Samuel P, contractor, res 1715 Twelfth 
Knight William H, accountant, S F, res 1322 Tenth ave 
Knight William H, cashier Whittier, Fuller &.Co, S F, res 1300 

Webster 
Knight William L, conductor S P Co, res 1665 Lincoln 
Knights of the Golden Rule, meet at 1015 Clay 
Knoblock Mamie Miss, compositor Pacific Press, res 714 Eleventh 
Knoch August, plumber, res 823 Henry 
Knoch Clara Miss, res 823 Henry 
Knoch Peter, res 823 Henry 
Knoll Albert R, bookkeeper, res 1266 Eighth 
Knoll Harry W, bookkeeper, res 1266 Eighth 
Knott H H, porter E F Delger, res Scott House 
Knott James E, asst inspector S P Co, res 1516 Eighth 
Knott James E Mrs, artist, res 1560 Eighth 
Knover Clara Mrs, res 678 East Thirty-second 
Knover Herman, carpenter, res 678 East Thirty-second 



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Knowel George, laborer, res 1813 William 

Knowles A E, bookkeeper Puget Sound Lumber Co, res 706 
Twelfth 

Knowles C L, carpenter S P Co, res 1674 Eighth 

Knowles F E (F E Knowles & Co) res 761 Clay 

KNOWLES F E & CO (F E Knowles and Abel Hosmer) granite 
and marble work of every description, cemetery work a 
speciality, office and yard SW cor Castro and Seventh, San 
Francisco Works, King Street, bet Third and Fourth 

Knowles George H, helper S P Co, res 1813 William 

Knowles Gorham B, master mariner, res 1329 Harrison 

Knowles Harry J, student, res 1302 Jackson 

Knowles Josiah N Capt, shipping, S F, res ] 302 Jackson 

Knowles P, cook W C T U, res 476 Ninth 

Knowles Robert, painter, res Areata House 

Knowles W A (Knowles & Wetmore) res 1320 Webster 

KNOWLES & WETMORE (W A Knowles and W P Wetmore) 
contractors and builders, 1419-1427 Broadway, telephone No 
80 

KN0WLT0N GEORGE K, proprietor of Novelty Wood Works, 
463 and 465 Third, res Wilcox Block, rm 6 

Knox George H, miner, res 966 Castro 

Knox Henry E, dentist, S F, res 480 Merrimac Place 

Knox Israel, broker, res 1825 Telegraph ave 

Knox Myra W Mrs, physician, 958 Fourteenth 

Knox Oscar, res 1065 Fifth ave 

Knox Rebecca G Mrs, teacher cooking classes Field Seminary 

Knox Robert, carpenter, res 1218 Cypress 

Knox Sarah R, res 1625 Telegraph ave 

Knudsen P J, commission merchant, res 564 East Sixteenth 

Knuth Alexander, employe California Jute Mills, res 807 Jefferson 

Knuth Alexander, laborer, res 615 Sixth 

Knuth Emma Miss, domestic, res 807 Jefferson 

Knuth Lizzie Miss, employe California Jute Mills, res 807 Jefferson 

Knuth Peter, employe California Jute Mills, res 807 Jefferson 

Kobayashi Jihei, Japanese goods, 11 58 J Seventh 

Koch Charles, driver Gould & Williamson, res s s Forty- 
sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Koch Fred J, laborer, res e s Forty-fourth nr Telegraph ave 

Koch Julia Miss, domestic, res 514 Eighteenth 

Koch William D, bookkeeper, S F, res 1372 Eighth 

Koch William H, carpenter, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 

Kochendorfer Ernest, distributer Contra Costa Laundry, res 1673 
Fourteenth 

Kock Peter (Schulz & Kock) res cor Forty-fifth and Telegraph 
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Koell Michael, bartender John Schmitt, rfes 466 Seventh 

Koels Adolph E, mining engineer, res 567 Eighteenth 



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KOENIG A> notary public and real estate, 900 Broadway, res 919 

Magnolia 
Koenig A L, druggist, res 1148 East Fourteenth 
Koenig C Henr\', painter Al Wood, res 825 Lydia 
Koenig Charles, res 1676 Thirteenth 
Koenig Claus A, painter, res 825 Lydia 
KOENIG EDWARD JR, teacher, 1148 East Fourteenth 
Koenig Ferdinand, S F, 1676 Thirteenth 
Koetitz Fred A, civil engineer, res 590 Twenty-second 
Kofod Signa, domestic J S Carter, res 940 Myrtle 
Kohane Thomas, laborer, res 1622 Linden 
Kohl Henry, carpenter, res 720 Seventh 
Kohler C A Mrs, res Hays Canyon 
Kohler Charles, hotel keeper, res 1460 Seventh 
KOHLER & CHASE (Andrew Kohler, estate of, and Quincy A 

Chase) pianos, organs, sheet music and musical merchandise, 

1105 Broadway 
Kohler Edward Mrs, res 861 Chester 
Kohler Emma Miss, domestic, res 1001 Adeline 
KOHLER ERNEST F, saloon, 1502 Seventh, res 857 Chester 
Kohler Fred, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler Godfrey, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res Second 

bet Adeline and Magnolia 
Kohler Henry A, Chronicle carrier, res 1353 Twelfth ave 
Kohler John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler L Mrs, Golden Eagle Hotel, res i311 San Pablo ave 
Kohler William, saloon, 479 Seventh, res Eighth bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
KOHLER'S HALL, E F Kohler proprietor, 1502 Seventh 
Kolb J Mrs, res 1172. Seventh 
Koler Richard, bds 512 Sixth 

Kominsky Emilie H, nurse girl, res 1311 Fifth ave 
Koneckl Henrich, merchant, 1775 San Pablo ave 
Koob Pauline Mrs, res 1375 Sixteenth 
Koon William H, master mariner, res 814 Fifteenth 
Kooptz D C, El Dorado Stables, res cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Kopman Augusta Miss, res East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
Koppitz George H Jr, freight clerk S P Co, Sixteenth Street Sta- 
tion, res Alameda 
Korn Christian, shearer Judson Manufacturing Co, res NE cor 

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Kornahrens Jacob, groceries, 1602 San Pablo ave 
Korpen Peter, gardener, 1206 Alice 
Koser Newton A, clerk Bowman & Son 

Kossman E, barkeeper Rudolph Ringgenberg, res 409 East Twelfth 
Kosta & Co (Samuel Kosta) restaurant, 473 Seventh 
Kosta Frank, with Kosta & Co, res 1012 Third 



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Kosta Jose, res 705 Henry 
Kosta Samuel (Kosta & Co) res 473 Seventh 
Koster August D, printer Oakland Journal, res 1870 Atlantic 
Koster Hermann, grocer, res 719 Webster 
Kovacs Martin, druggist, 1811 Myrtle 
Kowalsky Isaac, fruit and poultry, 1709 Telegraph ave 
Kowalsky Rachel Miss, res 1709 Telegraph ave 
Kozlowski V A De, agt, res 272 Fourth 

Kracke August, compressed yeast mfrj res 471 Twenty-second 
Kracke Henry, compressed yeast mfr, res 471 Twenty-second 
Kraft Adam, cigar store, res 1468 Seventh 
Kraft Ernest, janitor Grand Army Hall, res 366 Eighth 
Kraft John, baker Clemens Martin, res 1557 Broadway 
Krag F W, helper S P Co, res 717 Lewis 
Krager Adolf, blacksmith, res 921 Twenty-fourth 
Kraiss Edward A, clerk J H Thieme, res 529 Seventeenth 
Kramar Mrs, nurse Cottage Restaurant, res 555 Broadway 
Krambs Fred, route agt Oakland Tribune, res 770 Madison 
Kramer Louis, nursery, res 1375 Webster 
Kraram Charles (Kramm & Dieves) res 1414 Telegraph ave 
KRAMM & DIEVES (Charles Kramm and Joseph Dieves) propri- 
etors Oakland Brewery, cor Telegraph ave and Durant 
Kratteger Jacob, employe Contra Costa Pickle Factory, res 267 

Second 
Krattiger John, propr Contra Costa Pickle Works, SE cor First 

and Webster, res 267 Second 
Krause F L, clerk Stocker & Schramm, res 517 East Fourteenth 
Krause Henry, piano and zither teacher, res 812 Twenty-second 
Krauth Frank J, deputy county clerk, res Alameda © (| 

Krecker John, butcher, res 1015 Webster fi 

Kreider F L, brakeman S P Co, res 821 Market 
Kreigh Henry, fresco artist, res 1171 Market 5 j 

Kreimburg Bernhard (Westermann & Co) res Washington (Jj; 

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Kreishman Emma Miss, res 363 Fifth £) { 

Kreiss Edward A, butcher J H Thieme, res*529 Seventeenth O C 

Kreiss Louis, driver C K Marshall, res 529 Seventeenth SJJ Z 

Kreiss Louis K, furniture, res 1016 Peralta q * 

Kreiss W T illiam M, student, res 529 Seventeenth - 

Kreker Jacob, with S Diveccho, res 316 Seventh Q 2 

Krell Simon H, contractor and builder, res 1773 San Pablo ave O C 
Krepper Nicholas, gunsmith, 420 Eleventh, res 2229 Elm &) * 

Krepper Pauline Miss, tailoress M J Keller, res 2229 Elm C^ - 

Kretz A, teamster J F Crist & Sons, res 1215 Twentieth ave 
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Kreutzfeldt & Wellbrock (Charles Kreutzfeldt and Henry Well- 
brock) proprietors Louvre Saloon, 836 Broadway 
Kreutzfeldt William, salesman W A Rouse & Co, res 766 Willow 
KREYENHAGEN & CO (Edward Kreyenhagen and John Wul- 
zen) dealers in choice groceries, wines and liquors, 827 Broad- 
way cor Sixth 
KREYENHAGEN EDWARD (Kreyenhagen & Co) res 456 Sixth 
Kreyenhagen Gustavus, farmer, res 1080 East Twenty -second 
KRIECHBAUM GEORGE H, dentist, 854| Broadway/ res 1921 

Market 
Kriechbaum John G, physician, res 1921 Market 
Krieger Frank, cooper, res 28 Valley 
Krieger Jacob, cigar maker, res 475 Twenty-third 
Kreigh Henr} 7 , fresco artist, res 1171 Market 
Krish Harry, fresco artist, res 1171 Market 
Kriss Louis, with C K Marshall, res 529 Seventeenth 
Kristolovichien Joseph, cook California Restaurant, res 575 Sev- 
enth 
Kristovich Martin, waiter John Marco vich, bds 457 Seventh 
Kroeck Louis, pastor German M E Church, res 526 Seventeenth 
Krole John, cook, res 826J Broadway 
Kroll Henry, res 934 Union 

Kroll William F, fruits and nuts, 464 Seventh, res 934 Union 
Kromer George, cooper, S F, res n s Eighth ave nr East Twenty- 
third 
Kromer George, cooper, res 602 East Eighteenth 
Krone Adolph, gardener, 1132 Adeline 

Krueckel Andrew, saloon, 1154 Washington, res 572 Sixteenth 
Kruger Ferdinand, cabinet maker W D Boyce, res 821 Magnolia 
Kruse Thomas, teamster, res 610 Madison 

Kruth Lizzie Miss, employe California Jute Mills, res 615 Fourth 
Kruttschnett Annie Miss, res 265 Ninth 
Kruttschnett Eugene, deputy city assessor, res 265 Ninth 
Krytser Charles J, bookkeeper California Hosiery Co, res 1202 

Eighth 
Krytser John, mining, res 1202 Eighth 

Kiichlar Rosa Miss, domestic, res cor East Fourteenth and Julia 
KUCKS C H & CO (C H Kucks) Joseph Schlitz Milwaukee Beer 

Depot, 468 Twelfth 
Kucks C H (C H Kucks & Co) res 919 Fifth 
Kuehl E, employe California Jute Mills, res Alameda 
Kuenzi Edward, apprentice Jacob Mueller, res 512 Eighth 
Kuenzi Rudolph, wood and ivory turner, res 824 Union 
KUERZEL ROBERT, cigar manufacturer, 869 Broadway, res 613 

Fifteenth 
Kuester F J, barber, res 810 Webster 

Kuester Henry C, watchman U S Mint, S F, res 810 Webster 
Kuester J C, with H C Kuester, res 810 Webster 



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Kuhlmann John D, driver U S Bottling Co 

Kuhn Edmund, clerk Herman Kirchner, res 566 Franklin J^ 

Kuhnle Anna Miss, housemaid, 700 Alice 

Kuhnle Fred, butcher Bay State Market, res 667 Nineteenth 

Kuhnle William, saloon, 146 6 J Seventh, res 865 Center 

Kulnne E, res Winters Hotel 

Kummer Alfred, baker New York Bakery, res 908 Broadway 

Kummerling George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Kundert Jacob, broommaker Home for Adult Blind 

Kunze Camellie Miss, brushmaker, res 1553 West 

Kunze Otto, brushmaker, res 1553 West 

Kurtz M D Mrs, res 521 Thirteenth 

Kusner F, laster Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res cor Wood 
and Seventeenth 

Kuss P N, house, sign, and decorative painter, 409 Thirteenth, 
res 563 Charter 

Kyat Annie Mrs, res 242 Ettie 

Kycld Charles A, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 604 Seventeenth 

Kyer Charles J, painter, res 1504 Broadway 

Kyer J E, engineer Alameda Macadamizing Co 

Kyle Harry I, painter Frederick W Davis, res 1138 East Four- 
teenth f/iQ 

Kyle Robert B, bookkeeper E M Derby & Co, res 913 Fifth ave ' 

Kyle Robert G, res 913 Fifth ave 

Kyle William, carriage painter Frederick W Davis, res 1138 
East Fourteenth 

Kyle William, res 811 Sixteenth 

Kyte George J D, carpenter and contractor, res 1743 Myrtle 

Kyte James C, carpenter and builder, res 1743 Myrtle 

Kyte Sarah, looper California Hosiery Co, res 1963 Linden 



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Twelfth, res St John's House 

Laager Rosa Miss, domestic, 1425 Eighth ave 

Labadie Ed L, California Label Press Co, S F, res 539 Nineteenth 

Labat Marcell, Calou's French Laundry, res 1916 San Pablo ave 

Lackey A M Mrs, res 720 Seventh 

Laclaverie Paul, liquor dealer, S F, res 523 Twenty-fifth 

LA CLEDE HOUSE Charles Jurgens proprietor, 1116 Broadway 

Ladd Amaldo W P, clerk A Schmidt, res 624 East Twelfth 

Ladenburger Amelia, domestic, 720 Tenth 

Latayette School, Miss A F Aldrich principal w s Jefferson bet 
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Lafferty Charles, carpenter, res 518 Sixth 

Lafferty Dennis, mill hand Oakland Planing Mills, res 362 First 

Lafferty Eugene, butcher Owen Lafferty, res 362 First 

Lafferty James H, clerk J A Joyce, res 566 Sixth 

Lafferty Margaret Mrs, res 525 Third 

Lafferty Michael, scourer Woolen Works, res 525 Third 

Lafferty Owen, propr People's Market, 667 and 669 Broadway, 

res 362 First 
Lafleche George T, prop Capital House, 552 Broadway 
Lafortune Hypolite, cabinet maker H Davis, res 423 Sixth 
Lagercrantz C Th, clerk post-office, S F, res 941 Wood 
Lagoria James, salesman Camilloni & Co, res 1011 Third 
Lagoria John, bricklayer, res 1011 Third 
Lagoria L (Camilloni & Lagoria) res S F 

Lagra Manuel, laborer, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and High 
Lahey Morris, porter Tubbs Hotel 
Lahr George, plumber O C Kirk, res 217 Second 
Laidlaw Alexander, bookkeeper William T Coleman, S F, res 

730 Sixth 
Laidlaw Horace, surgeon, res 730 Sixth 
Laidlaw Murray, bookkeeper, S F, res 730 Sixth 
Laidlaw Walter, lumber mill, W T, res 730 Sixth 
Laing John, mgr twine department California Cotton Mills, SE cor 

Valdez and Dennison 
Laird George P, carriage maker Frederick & Arth, res 1608 

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Laird Gussie Miss, res 947 Linden 

Laird William B, paper hanger and painter, res 517 Ninth 
Laithford Thomas, horseshoer Robert Gilmore, res Capitol Hotel 
La Jeunesse Adolph, inventor, res 260 East Fifteenth 
La Jeunesse Genevieve, res 260 East Fifteenth 
Lake Allen H, tinner, res 833 Peralta 
Lake E D, engineer, res 1576 Chestnut 
Lake Ed, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 1633 Market 
Lake Ed S, printer, res 1633 Market 
Lake Edward D, farmer, res 1576 Chestnut 

Lake Edward H, carpenter Knowles & Wetmore, res 1625 Grove 
LAKE F W) confectionery and lunch parlor, 471 Fourteenth, 

res 1218 Chestnut 
Lake Lenore Miss, res 1218 Chestnut 
Lake Leonard, clerk, S F, res 1625 Grove 
Lake Martha Mrs, res 1633 Market 

Lake Merritt Boat House, Mrs Mary Carpenter propr, E P Car- 
penter mgr, Lake Merritt 
Lake Merritt Chop House, Thomas A Deasy propr, Lake Merritt 
Lake P, soda works.. 567 Eleventh, res 1152 Webster 
Lake Shore Dairy, John H Maurer propr, Lake Shore ave 
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Lake View Saloon, Thomas A Deasy propr, Lake Merritt 

Lake William, engineer Washington Planing Mills, res 1633 

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Lake William, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, S F, res 1625 

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Lake William B, Tule Box Packing Co, S F, res 1218 Chestnut 
Lake William T, engineer McManus & Hanavan, res 1633 Market 
Lally Adelia Miss, domestic, res cor Twenty-sixth ave and East 

Fourteenth 
Lally Annie Miss, domestic, cor Forty-seventh and Telegraph 

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Lally J A Rev, assistant rector Sacred Heart Church, res n s 

Fortieth nr Grove 
Laloli Joseph, maccaroni mfr, res 521 Fourth 
Laloli Natale, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry, res 1359 

Thirteenth 
Laloli Sophia, laundress, res 1359 Thirteenth 
Lamar Augustus, carpenter, res 824 Magnolia 
Lamarre Charles, expressman, res 563 Sixth 
Lamb Charles, fish dealer, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb George, helper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 1730 

Eighth 
Lamb James, fish dealer, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb James E, butcher Strong & AufF, Alameda, res 760 East 

Fourteenth 
Lamb John, carpenter, res 760 East Fourteenth 
Lamb John, cook J Lusk Canning Co, res e s Claremont ave nr 

Telegraph ave 
Lamb John Jr, harness maker, res 760 East Fourteenth 
Lamb Joseph, student, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb Lizzie Miss, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb Mary Miss, music teacher, res 760 East Fourteenth 
Lamb Nellie Miss, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb Nellie E Miss, dressmaker, res 760 East Fourteenth 
Lamb Olive Mrs, res 489 Prospect ave 
Lamb Peter, painter, res 972 East Twenty-first 
Lamb Theresa Miss, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb William, fish dealer, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb William, gilder M A Berg, res 706 East Fourteenth 
Lamb William D, reporter, S F, res 963 Seventh 
Lamb William G, rancher, res 416 East Twenty-third 
Lambert A Mrs, lodgings, 413 Twelfth 
Lambert Benjamin, paper hanger McGovern & Cahill, res 413 

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Lambert Casius M, gardener, res cor Forty-fourth and Telegraph 

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Lambert C C Mrs, res Hopkins, Fruit Vale 
Lambert Charles, teacher, res Beulah Park 



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Lambert E D, employe M M Bridges, res Sutter bet San Pablo 
ave and Adeline 

Lambert Elisha, res 1417 Sixth ave 

Lambert Frank,, printer, res 823 Kirkham 

Lambert Harry, employe Bridges' Coal Yard, res n s Sutter nr 
San Pablo ave 

Lambert James, res 315 Tenth 

Lambert John A, sportsman, res n s Felton nr Calais 

Lambert Katie, domestic, res 1315 Webster 

Lambert Mary Miss, res 315 Tenth 

Lambert William F, oil works, S F, res n s Felton nr Occidental 

Lambkin Peter, laborer, res 314 B 

Lamey George B, ship carpenter, S F, res 1676 Twelfth 

Lammle George, mustard peddler, res 1827 Adeline 

Lam ore Charles, expressman, res 563 Sixth 

Lamory E Mrs, res 2409 Telegraph ave 

Lamory Eugenie Miss, res 2409 Telegraph ave ml*** 

Lamory Louis, student, res 2409 Telegraph ave 

Lamott Anthony, hatter, res 863 Center 

Lamott Jenette Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry,! res 1311 
Center 

Lamott Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1311 Center 

Lamoureux P fl, sec Reinillard Brick Co, res 964 Jefferson ^^ 

Lamoureux Theophile, vice-pres Remillard Brick Co, res 964JJef- 
ferson 1^ 

Lamp Albert, with Lamp Bros, res Prescott nr Old Redwood Road 

Lamp Bros (H H and C W) dairy, Prescott nr Old Redwood 
Road 

Lamp C W (Lamp Bros) res Prescott nr Old Redwood Road 

Lamp Ernest, farmer, res Bray ave nr County Road 

Lamp H H (Lamp Bros) res Prescott nr Old Redwood Road 

Lamping Edward E, clerk P Fittbogen, res 1317 Harrison 

Lamping L G, tinner J C Bullock, res Grand Western Hotel 

Lamping Maggie Mrs, res 5 58 J Seventh 

Lamping Peter A, miner, res 1317 Harrison 

Lancaster Ellen Mrs, res 810 Alice 

LANCASTER JOE, merchant tailor, 478 Tenth, res Grand Cen- 
tral Hotel 

Lancaster Thomas, tailor, S F, res 1662 Webster 

Lancaster Virginia Miss, seamstress, res 810 Alice 

Land George, mechanic, res 1730 Eighth 

Land Howard B, sec Electric Improvement Co, S F, res 1141 Lin- 
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Land James, master mechanic S P Co, res 1730 Eighth 

Landegren Frank, porter Webers Hotel 

Landers Gertrude Mrs, lodging house, res 1161 Fifth 

Landerway Anna Mrs, res 807 Henry 

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Lands John R, res 779 Twelfth 

Lane Albert, employe box factory, res n s Spring nr Adeline 
Lane Albert D, agt Singer sewing machine, res 517 Ninth 
Lane Charles, with Dr Bills, res Pleasant Valley, Piedmont 
LANE CHARLES W> physician and proprietor omnibus line, res 

Lake Shore ave 
LANE C S, dentist, Playter Block, 1209 Broadway, res Tubbs 

Hotel 
Lane Deally, bookkeeper, S F, res 965 Castro 
Lane Frank, teacher Presbyterian Mission Sunday-school, res 1712 

Telegraph ave 
Lane Fred J, dentist, res 1209 Broadway 

Lane Grace L Miss, asst directory clerk post-office, res 965 Castro 
Lane James, farmer, res East Fourteenth nr Fruit Vale ave, Fruit 

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Lane Mary Miss, millinery, 555 East Twelfth 
Lane Mary Miss, res East Fourteenth nr Fruit Vale ave Fruit Vale 
Lane IVJaud Miss, teacher Presbyterian Mission Sunday-school, res 

1712 Telegraph ave 
Lane Morris H, horseman, res 2111 Adeline 
Lane Nellie Miss, res 563 Sixth 
Lane Thomas, laborer, res 563 Sixth 
Lane W A, commercial traveler, res 1007 Broadway 
Lane William, teamster Smith & Butler, res 965 Castro 
Lang George R, contractor and builder, res 612 East Fourteenth 
Lang Lizzie Miss, employe California Cotton Mills, res 213 Seventh 
Langbehn Catrina, res 360 Third 
Langbehn Lena«Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Langbehn Peter W, asst Hamilton & Brown, res 466 Thirteenth 
Langdon S W, cleaner S P Co, res 1173 Seventh 
Lange Frank, apprentice binder Tribune Publishing Co, res 814 

Twelfth 
Lange F W, agt American Cracker Co, res 1034 Peralta 
Lange Harry, laborer Crist, Gallagher & Co, res 665 East Twelfth 
Lange J H, harness maker Robert J Beeby, res 1034 Peralta 
Lange Theodore, butcher, 2224 Telegraph ave, res SE cor Tele- 
graph ave and Edward 
Lange William A, carpenter, res 814 Twelfth 
Lange William H, driver California Cracker Co, res 1034 Peralta 
Langholz Hans, coachman W E Dargie, res 1168 Jackson 
Langley Edward, architect, res 1383 Alice 
Langley F N, farmer, res 936 Willow 
Langley Frank W, machinist, res 939 Willow 
Langley Laban, farmer, res 1414 Ninth 
Langteller L A, employe Government, res Tubbs Hotel 
Langton Adelia Mrs, res 1173 Seventh 



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Langtry Mrs, res 8 16 J Willow 

Langtry John, laborer, res 81 6 J Willow 

Langtry Richard, carpenter, res 728 Chestnut 

Lanini Gaspar, waiter, res 910 Broadway 

Lank George A, laborer, res Prescott bet Fruit Vale ave and High 

Lanktree Eliza Mrs, dressmaker, res 804 Lewis 

Lanktree J B, cashier Oakland Home Insurance Co, res Alameda 

Lanktree Joseph, miner, res 804 Lewis 

Lanmann Mary L Miss, res 1101 Adeline 

Lannan Patrick, employe Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 

Twenty-third bet Telegraph ave and Broadway 
Lanner Michael, teamster Bercovich Bros, res 319 h Fourth 
Lannon B, clerk Contra Costa Water Co, res 458 Eighth 
Lannon Bernard, laborer, res 1512 West Fifth 
Lannon Ellen Mrs, res 363 Tenth 
Lantz John, physician, res 1322 Thirteenth ave 
Lanyon J H, agt S F Chronicle, res 1692 Broadway 
Lanz Bros (L Lanz) soap mfrs, 1064 Third ave 
Lanz Louis (Lanz Bros) res 1068 Third ave 
Lanz Louis, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 216 Second 
La Perle Edward, engineer, res 659 Grove 
La Perle Harriet Mrs, res 371 Fourth 

La* Perle Horace, engineer Eagle Planing Mills, res 371 Fourth 
La Perle P, blacksmith, res 2767 Shattuck ave 
Lapham John P, miner, res 1068 Broadway 
Lapham S M Mrs, nurse, res s s Thirty-eighth nr Grove 
La Posa Marie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
La Posa Theresa Miss, employe California Jute Mills 
Laptit Barbara Mrs, res 1831 Adeline 
Lardner G B, capitalist, res Tubbs Hotel 
Lardner Hannah Miss, res Kelsey House 
Lardner Kate Miss, res Kelsey House 

Lardry Louis, laundryman, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 
Lare George P, carriage maker, res 1608 William 
Lare Harry C, student, res 1608 William 
Larey J, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co 
La River J, traveling agt, res 802 Brush 
Lark Charles, laborer, res 1068 Broadway 
Larkin Benjamin, painter, res 1205 West 
Larkin Ella M Miss, music teacher, res 518 Third 
Larkin H C Miss, principal Peralta Public School, res cor Fiftieth 

and Telegraph ave 
Larkin Lizzie Miss, res Arlington House, 
Larkin Martha Mrs, domestic Arlington House 
Larkin Peter, cook, res 459 Seventh 
Larmer Edward W, machinist, res 824 Magnolia 
Larmer Augustus B, contractor and builder, res 824 Magnolia 
Laroche E Mrs, dressmaker, res 6QQ Thirtv-fourth 



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Larouche Maria, bds 798 Jefferson 

Larrabee George T, painter, res 769 Jefferson 

Larrabee James O, carpenter, res 007 East Eleventh 

Larrieu Lvdia Mrs, cook Pullman Hotel 

Larschen Paulina Mrs, res 640 Twelfth 

Larsen Albertina Miss, nurse, 1110 Twelfth 

Larsen Andrew, painter, res 1629 Market 

Larsen Annie Miss, domestic, 266 East Twelfth 

Larsen Henry, gardener, SE cor Twentieth and Sixth ave 

Larsen Hilma Miss, domestic, 1925 Webster 

Larsen J O Mrs, res 1629 Market 

Larsen Maria Mrs, matron Fruit Yale Hospital 

Larsen N, merchant tailor, 374 \ Twelfth 

Larsen Ole, res 416 Seventh 

Larsen Rasmus H, car driver, res 1727 Twelfth 

Larson Andrew G, teamster C W Kinsey, res 1168 Eighteenth 

Larson Annie Mrs, res 916 Henry 

Larson Charles, laster Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, res 1769 
Sixteenth 

Larson Fred, coachman, res 122 Lake 

Larson Lottie Miss, servant, 1069 Second 

Larson Peter, res 831 Franklin 

Larson Sarah Mrs, res 1001 Seventh 

Larston B, tailor Brown & McKinnon 

Larue James, real estate and insurance, 626 East Twelfth, res 618 
East Eighteenth 

LASCIAN REV BR0, director St Joseph Academy, res SE cor 
Fifth and Jackson 

Lascomb Eugene, grocer, 830 Twentieth 

Lass Augusta C L Miss, res 1661 Lincoln 

Lass Christian Capt, res 1661 Lincoln 

Lassen N, tailor M J Keller, res 374| Twelfth 

Lassen Peter, janitor Dania Club, res 30 Valley 

Lasserot Catherine, French Laundry, 1370 Broadway 

LASSWELL BROS (Charles H and Walter D) plumbers and gas- 
fitters and pump manufacturers, 472 Thirteenth 

Lasswell Charles H (Laswell Bros) 472 Thirteenth 

Lasswell Walter D (Lasswell Bros) res 1065 Willow 

Last Jacob, gardener, res 2175 East Fourteenth 

Latham Arthur S, clerk, S F, res 932 Thirty-fourth 

Latham Hiram, physician, res 932 Thirty-fourth 

Lathe Fredrick M, cor Mariposa and Racine 

Lathrop Benjamin G, capitalist, res 945 Pine 

Lathrop Henry D Rev, rector Church of the Advent, res 310 
East Seventeenth 

Lathrop John M, city editor Evening Tribune, res 310 East 
Seventeenth 

Lathrop Mercedes Miss, res Galindo Hotel 



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Lathrop Solomon, jeweler, 1059 Broadway, res 1114 Washington 

LATIMER BROS (J S and R J) grocers, 1220 Market 

Latimer C D Mrs, res 14C6 Grove 

Latimer E J Mrs, res 563 Eleventh 

Latimer Elvira Mrs, res 1466 Grove 

Latimer Fannie B Miss, res 1510 Ninth 

Latimer George, brass finisher, res n s Klinkner ave nr San 
Pablo ave 

Latimer John S (Latimer Bros) res Port Townsend, W T 

Latimer J T, mgr Latimer Bros, res 1510 Ninth 

Latimer R G Miss, res 1510 Ninth 

Latimer Richard J (Latimer Bros) res 1510 Ninth 

Latimer Thomas M, carpenter, res 1358 Fifteenth 

LAT0N B B, agent Commercial Fire Insurance of S F, and Fire 
Association of Philadelphia, and Royal Norwich Union and 
Lancashire Fire Insurance Companies, 468 Ninth, res 1073 
Twelfth 

Laton George A, clerk B B Laton, res 1073 Twelfth 

La Tour J B, brakeman S P Co, res 837 Clay 

Latour Jerome B, ticket collector S P Co, res 567 East Seven- 
teenth 

Latten Francis Mrs, dressmaking, res 1609 Myrtle 

Lauer Michael J, cigar maker, res 828 Eighteenth 

Laughland John, carpenter Crist, Gallagher & Co, res 213 
Third 

Laughland William, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res 
213 Third 

Laughland William Jr, carpenter, res 213 Third 

Laumann Mary Miss, res 1101 Adeline 

Lauphus Laura Mrs, washerwoman, 823 Lydia 

Laureston Mattie V Mrs, res 656 Myrtle 

Laurie Irene Miss, artist, res 1025 Seventh ave 

Laurie Laura Mrs, res 1025 Seventh ave 

Lauritcen Gabriel, carpenter and builder, res 824 Twenty-second 

Laursen Mamie Miss, with Mrs Jennie Day, res 705 Adeline 

Laursen Michael, windmill mfr, res 705 Adeline 

Laursen Timothy, carpenter, res 705 Adeline 

Lausten Brosen, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1727 Myrtle 

Lausten Christian Laust, gardener, res 1727 Myrtle 

Lausten Hans, cook Long Wharf, res 2022 Union 

Lausten Peter, painter Al Wood, res 1727 Myrtle 

Xauterwasser S P, res 572 Tenth 

Lavageto Jacob, gardener, res 1672 Sixteenth 

Lavagie Joseph, quarry man, res Temescal 

Lavalle A Mrs, res 162 Fifth 

La Valliere H Mrs, res 930 Peralta 

Laved Gussie, res 947 Linden 

Lavers M Mrs, res 827 Twenty-ninth 



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^ | d ! Lavorel Peter Mrs, lodging house, 653 Washington 

£2 +» h j Lavorel Peter (L Pagge & Co) res 653 Washington 

^.5^1 Lavoy Henry, driver Jones' Express, res 461 Sixth 

Lavrock George, carriage trimmer, res 1016 Willow 

Law J G, mining, res 653 Seventh 

Law Richard W, amalgamator U S Mint, S F, res 1121 Third ave 

Lawall August, res 1880 Seventh 

Lawin David, printer, res 1349 Telegraph ave 

Lawin Israel, tailor, res 1349 Telegraph ave 

Lawin Samuel, barber, res 1349 Telegraph ave 

Lawler Mary J Mrs, res 827 Castro 

Lawless Joseph C, harness maker, S F, res 1 006 Chester 

Lawlor Daniel L, laborer, res 886 Twenty-seventh 

Lawlor F C L, res 957 Grove 

Lawlor H A, salesman, S F, res 957 Grove 

Lawrence Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Lawrence Bros (H H Jr and D M) groceries, 583 East Twelfth 

Lawrence C W, physician, res 906 Broadway 

Lawrence Daniel M (Lawrence Bros) res 1227 Eleventh ave 

Lawrence Edward S, driver S F Laundry, res 1372 Eleventh ave 

Lawrence Henry H, assayer U S Mint, S F, res 562 East Four- I///0 
teenth \T1 

Lawrence Henry H Jr (Lawrence Bros) res 562 East Fourteenth 

Lawrence Humphrey, architect and stair builder, res 1322 Tele- 
graph ave 

Lawrence Isabella Miss, res 1314 Thirty-sixth 

Lawrence Jacob, baker, res Clayton House 

Lawrence John, moulder Risdon Iron Works, S F, res 1725 
Seward 

Lawrence John, laborer, res 950 New 

Lawrence John J, mine owner, res 854 Brush 

Lawrence Joseph, dairyman, res 915 East Fifteenth 

Lawrence Joseph, res 241 Hollis 

Lawrence Joseph F, laborer, res 864 East Twenty-first 

Lawrence Louisa Mrs, res 1314 Thirty-sixth 

Lawrence M Mrs, res 1550 Broadway 

Lawrence Mary Mrs, res 915 East Fifteenth 

Lawrence Milton L, wholesale candy, res 205 Fourth 

Lawrence Nathaniel, currier, res 2139 Chestnut 

Lawrence S J Mrs, res 461 Merrimac 

Lawrence Tony, fireman Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1314 
Thirty-sixth 

Lawretson Gabriel Koch, carpenter, res 824 Twenty-second 

Lawry S A Mrs, res 560 Twenty-fourth 

Lawson Alex C, atty-at-law and notary public, res 1254 Eleventh 
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Lawson Axel, gardener, res 330 East Seventeenth 

Lawson Charles, laborer, bds 657 Jefferson 

Lawson Harry, bds 657 Jefferson 

Lawson Henry, gardener A A Moore 

Lawson Ida, domestic, 1310 Franklin 

Lawson Peter, restaurant keeper, res 831 Franklin 

Lawson William, laborer, res n s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

LAWSON WILLIAM, manager Bank of British North America, 
S F, res 1001 Adeline 

Lawton Ehlbert (Huber & Lawton) res 586 Twentieth 

Lawton Israel, supt U S Mint, S F, res 1207 Castro 

Lawton James, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Lawton John B, sawyer Pacific Coast Planing Mills, res 569 Eighth 

Lawton William D (Lawton, Yule & Lawton) res 1207 Castro 

Lawyer Perry, boarding house, 517 Ninth 

Lawyer P, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Laycell William, finisher California Hosiery Co, res 313 Sixth 

Layes Frankie Miss, res 810 East Fifteenth 

Layes Kate Mrs, res 810 East Fifteenth 

Layman Henry, shoemaker, res 1944 Filbert 

Laymance J W, real estate, S F, res 957 Grove 

Laymance M J (M J Laymance & Co) res 957 Grove 

LAYMANCE M J & CO (M J Laymance) real estate and auc- 
tioneers, 466 Eighth 

Laymance Nettie Mrs, millinery, 1002 Broadway 

Lay ton Charles, teamster, res 484 Twenty-fifth 

Lazarus P Mrs, store, res 1503 Seventh 

Lazzarini & Barbieri (S Lazzarini and G Barbieri) fish dealers, 
1060 Washington 

Lazzarini S (Lazzarini & Barbieri) res Washington bet Second 
and Third 

Lea Ernest, purser steamer Santa Rosa, res 618 Eighth 

Leach — , carpenter, res Pullman Hotel 

Leach Bell, knitter California Hosiery Co, res 919 Alice 

Leach Camilla Miss, teacher Snell Seminary 

Leach Clarence W, res 178 Tenth 

Leach Coe, employe S P Co, res Pullman Hotel 

Leach David, night watchman California Hosiery Co 

Leach E, compositor Enquirer, res Graystone 

Leach Edwin W, bookkeeper Enquirer, res 418 Twelfth 

Leach Frank, laundry man, res 919 Thirty-sixth 

Leach Frank Mrs, res San Pablo ave bet Thirty-sixth and Thirty- 
Seventh 

LEACH FRANK A, proprietor and editor Enquirer, 960 Broad- 
way, res 832 Fourteenth 

Leach H M Mrs, with Taft & Pennoyer, res 610 Seventeenth 

Leach Horace P, salesman Taft & Pennoyer, res 610 Seventeenth 

Leach John, plumber, res cor West and Twenty-sixth 



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Leach John Mrs, propr Pullman Hotel, 1806 Seventh 

Leach Margaret H, res 610 Seventeenth 

Leach S W, musician, res Clinton House 

Leach W Mrs, res 1482 San Pablo ave 

Leahy George C, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res SE cor 
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Leahy Julia Mrs, groceries, 1151 Seventh 

Leahy Thomas, laborer, res SE cor Second and Madison 

Leake B T, employe U S Mint, res 1313 West 

Learn Reuben B, dentist, res 1120 Third ave 

Leary Maggie, employe California Cotton Mills, res 356 Ninth 

Leashman Maggie Miss, employe California Jute Mills 

Leasure Samuel, shoe store, res 412 Fifth 

Leavell Ed A, carpenter, res 685 Thirty-fourth 

Leavell Erasmus T, carriage maker, res 685 Thirty-fourth 

Leavell J A Mrs, dressmaker, res 1474 Ninth 

Leavell James C, clerk G W McKeand, res 685 Thirty-fourth 

Leavell Lewis E, piano tuner, res 685 Thirty-fourth 

Leavers — , fireman, res cor Twenty-ninth and Central ave 

Leavitt Charles C, adjuster U S custom house, S F, res 1000 
Peralta 

Leavitt D S Mrs, dressmaker, res 703 Harrison 

Leavitt Frank, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res cor Four- 
teenth and Clay 

Leavitt James B, printer Pacific Press, res 829 Fourteenth 

Leavitt Lizzie Miss, res 1000 Peralta 

Leavitt William, physician, 563 Fourteenth 

Leber Albert L, clerk Bart Morgan, res 964 Market 

Leber Charles H, carpenter, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber Henry, butcher, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber Kate Miss, dressmaker, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber Lewis, carpenter, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber William, clerk Turn Suden & White, res 660 East Eight- 
eenth 

Le Boeuf Frank, moulder, res 762 Jefferson 

Lebrecht William, blacksmith, 513 Sixteenth, res 511 Six- 
teenth 

Le Caille Louis, res n s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Leckie Robert S, deputy county assessor, res 977 Sixth ave 

Leclair Albert C, laborer, res 2217 Chestnut 

Leclair Alfred, employe Judson Iron and Nail Works, res 1206 
Thirtieth 

Leclair Theodore, res 1206 Thirtieth 

Leclair William, harness maker C O Evans, res 1206 Thirtieth 

Le Conte Louis J, civil engineer, res 961 Jackson 

Le Crier A Miss, telegraph operator, res 707 Castro 
Ledden Carrie Miss, res 1059 Poplar 

Ledgett J W, cooper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 604 Filbert 



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Ledgett Thomas, foreman cooper Pacific Iron and Nail Works, 
res 1013 Pine 

Leduc Paul, nailer Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 620 Fifth 

Ledwidge John, wharf builder, res 1367 Eighteenth 

Led with Mary Mrs, milliner, 1609 Seventh 

Lee Charles B, fireman S P Co, res 527 Frederick 

Lee Clement B, propr Chester House, 1506J Seventh 

Lee David, barkeeper Mrs Katherine Vogle, res NW cor Thirty- 
ninth and Telegraph ave 

Lee Edward, carpenter, res s s Fortieth bet Telegraph ave and 
Grove 

Lee Elsie Miss, teacher, res 527 Nineteenth 

Lee George D, res 474 East Fourteenth 

Lee Hamilton Rev, missionary Alameda P E Church, res 
2263 Telegraph ave 

Lee Harriet J Mrs, teacher Cole School, res 527 Nineteenth 

Lee Henrietta Miss, res 664 Fourth 

Lee Henry, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 816 Henry 

Lee Henry C, capitalist, res 527 Nineteenth 

Lee James R, real t state broker, S F, res Union Hotel 

Lee Leon A, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 816 Henry 

Lee Maggie, domestic, 1407 Castro 

Lee Mary D Mrs, res 1210 Twenty-eighth 

Lee Peter, second cook A Hallahan, res Second below Alice 

Lee P W, butcher, res 1060 Twenty-eighth 

Lee R, artist, res 922 Pine 

Lee Thomas, lab