Caption title.Extracted from The World's work, vol. XII, no. 3 (July, 1906).
The Rebound of San Francisco : how the disaster brought out the temper of an indomitable people returning at once to the work of building a new city from the ruins of the old : incidents by an eye witness illustrating the way in which the city met this test of American civilization : the Burnham plans for an ideal city.
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