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The following images of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake are available to media organizations at no charge for use in coverage surrounding the earthquake centennial and the 100th Anniversary Earthquake Conference, thanks to our in-kind sponsor, The California Historical Society.

Any use of any of these images must carry the following credit: Photo courtesy California Historical Society.

To enlarge and/or to download a high-resolution version of any of these photos for media use, click on the desired image. To save, right click on the larger image and choose "Save Picture As".

These pictures are featured in: San Francisco's 1906 Earthquake, A Book of Postcards.
Click here to purchase this book.

The San Francisco Public Library has made several historical earthquake photos available to news outlets.

Looking Down Sacramento Street - April 18th, 1906 Golden Gate Avenue
and Larkin Street
Hibernia Bank
View from Russion Hill Downtown Ruins City Hall
Union Square Majestic Theater
1281 Market Street
The Oyster Loaf and
Chat Noir, 1617 Oak St.
Native Sons Monument
Market St. at Turk and Mason
Portsmouth Square and
Hall of Justice
Jones St. California
to Sacramento
Van Ness Avenue,
Bush to Pine Streets
Car Tracks on
Vallejo Street
Union Street damage
Palace Hotel entrance on
New Montgomery Street
Union Iron Works, Pier 70 The Market Street Bank
San Francisco Examiner Building
3rd and Market Street
Refugee Camp below
Fort Mason
Sutter Street between
Mason and Taylor
Market Street Burning as
seen from Market Street
Police depot in
Portsmouth Square
Crack in the street
Jackson Brewery, Folsom at
11th Street, May 19th, 1906
Spreckels Banstand,
Golden Gate Park
Life in the street
Fairmont Hotel
from Jones Street
Capp Street at 17th Street Refugees dining on Franklin Street near Fulton
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