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“  Maritime San Francisco  [1850-1885]  “  …...

The waterfront of San Francisco showing sailing vessels and steamboat, likely the ferry headed for Oakland or the Sacramento. The setting where the victim, Li Sha, is discovered

View from Rincon Hill, San Francisco (1856) Written on front: "Octagon House; Building File". via T.E. Hecht, @sfpubliclibrary http://sflib1.sfpl.org:82/record=b1015680

View from Rincon Hill, San Francisco (1856) Written on front: "Octagon House; Building File". via T.E. Hecht, @sfpubliclibrary http://sflib1.sfpl.org:82/record=b1015680

Eadweard James Muybridge was an English photographer important for his pioneering work in photographic studies of motion and in motion-pict...

Another photograph of 1878 San Franciso; I believe that it was taken from the same rooftop vantage point, but in another direction. I am reminded of just how steep San Francisco's streets can be.

Market Street, San Francisco, 1864.From the Hamilton Henry Dobbin Collection

Market Street, San Francisco, From the Hamilton Henry Dobbin Collection For more great photos, check out our picture collections!

San Francisco in 1860s

Before the Moscone Center and Yerba Buena Gardens, There Were Victorians

The area at and Folsom. Easy to see how built-up the city was, even at this period.

Howard St. Wharf, San Francisco (1880) Written on back: "Boats loading for Alaska at Howard St. Wharf in 1880". via @sfpubliclibrary http://sflib1.sfpl.org:82/record=b1017143

Howard St. Wharf, San Francisco (1880) Written on back: "Boats loading for Alaska at Howard St. Wharf in 1880". via @sfpubliclibrary http://sflib1.sfpl.org:82/record=b1017143

Telegraph Hill and Washington Square. The castle atop the hill was known as "Layman's Folly" (1883-1903)   Photo: Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA   Telegraph Hill is one of the most famous hills in the world, as well-known as Sugar Loaf in Rio de Janeiro, and a visual landmark to sailors entering the Bay since its European discovery by Capt. Juan Manuel de Ayala in the San Carlos on August 5, 1775.

Telegraph Hill and Washington Square. The castle atop the hill was known as "Layman's Folly" (1883-1903) Photo: Greg Gaar Collection, San Francisco, CA Telegraph Hill is one of the most famous hills in the world, as well-known as Sugar Loaf in Rio de Janeiro, and a visual landmark to sailors entering the Bay since its European discovery by Capt. Juan Manuel de Ayala in the San Carlos on August 5, 1775.

The old Broadway Wharf, now covered by landfill, was one of the colorful wharfs of San Francisco in the 1800's

The old Broadway Wharf, now covered by landfill, was one of the colorful wharfs of San Francisco in the

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