ruins

2005

This is an etching on paper that depicts a surreal landscape that is densely packed with architectural ruins and industrial objects.

1906

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Image 2005.52.101B shows the Rear of City Hall, with a horse drawn fire wagon, and many people sitting in the yard of the...

1906

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1906

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Image 2005.52.101O shows men unloading sacks of flour from the Pinole (ship), into a wagon.

1906

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Image 2005.52.101N shows the damage done to the First Unitarian Church, at 14th and Castro, following the earthquake.

1906

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Image 2005.52.10M shows the damage done to a brick building on 7th Street near Adeline, there is a wooden fence around the...

1906

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1906

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1906

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Image 2005.52.101K shows refugees milling around in a camp, with tents, barrels, a dog.

1906

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Image 2005.52.101L shows the damage done to residence on the Northside of 11th Street, between Washington and Clay Sts.,...

1906

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Image 2005.52.101D shows the damage from the earthquake to the Fist Baptist Church, on 22nd Street.

1906

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Image 2005.52.101E shows the damage done to the Central Bank Building, with people walking along the street. There is...

1906

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Image 2005.52.101F shows damage done to building in Oakland, as well as clean-up work and rebuilding.

1906

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Image 2005.52.101G shows damage done to building in Oakland, as well as clean-up work and rebuilding.

1906

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Image 2005.52.101H damage done to a building on the northwest corner of 10th and Clay, with six men sitting amongst a...

1906

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Image 2005.52.101C shows a residense on the West side of Broadway at Hobart Street. A family of two women, two men andd...

1906

The green velvety photo album is held together by a brown string that is tied in a bow in the back. A manila note has been pasted to the front of the album, and reads Oakland April, 18 1906....

1906

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Image 2005.52.101A shows soldiers and people standing in front of Oakland's City Hall, presumably following the earthquake...

1906

The photograph shows the New Chronicle Buidling in the middle of the image, surrounded by piles of bricks and other damaged buildings being cleaned-up and worked on.

1906

Scene on California Street, showing damaged buidings and rubble.

1906

The photograph shows the ruins in Chinatown

1906

The photograph shows a damaged building in downtown Oakland that is identified as the Smith Brothers.

1906

The photo shows the ruins of the Hall of Justice, as well as piles of fallen bricks and other damaged building. Thre is a group of people walking amongst the rubble.

1906

The photograph shows the ruins of San Francisco, with the Fairmont Hotel in the background.

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