Geographic code: 01:M3
The James D. Phelan monument at the corner of Market, Turk & Mason Sts. still proclaims the spirit of progress and victory and is one of the few objects af [sic] value to be spared from the ravenous flames in San Francisco, Cal., April 18-20, 1906.
Full Collection Name
1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Digital Collection
BANC PIC 19xx.169:069--PIC
1 photomechanical print: collotype, hand colored[?]; 14 x 18 cm. Copyrighted 1906 by Rieder Cardinell Co. M. Rieder, Publ., Los Angeles, Cal. and Dresden. No. 1111. Caption printed on verso.
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