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Guide to the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Digital Collection
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Berkeley, Calif. Kurzman, Dan. New York: William Morrow, Morris, Charles ed. Intro by Roger W. Philadelphia : J. Winston Co.
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Strobridge, William. Corbett, Michael. Rozario, Kevin L. The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Digital Collection is a multi-institutional gathering of material related to this important historical event. The project consisted of collecting and digitizing numerous rich and varied materials resulting in the content found in this archival finding aid, an interactive website and online exhibit.
Many people contributed to the success of these endeavors. Merrilee Proffitt provided technical expertise and management of the project. After Mr. Hoyer and Ms. At that point, given the scope and size of the project, duties and responsibilities were divided among individuals with specific knowledge and expertise and a formal Project Group was created. Philip Fradkin was hired as a consultant to the project. Salazar served as the primary selector of textual material, coordinating activities at the other contributing Libraries, and creating descriptive metadata for textual materials. Mao and Esson wrote the text for the online exhibit.
Mary Elings, Archivist for Digital Collections, managed the digital production and metadata creation for the project. Jeanne Gahagan proofed and edited much of the TEI encoding toward the end of the project.
The Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
Mary Morganti, The Director of Research Collections at the California Historical Society was a major contributor to this project, providing expertise about the holdings in her repository. In addition, Abby Bridge at The California Historical Society helped with selection and input related to their collection. Brooke Dykman created the designs for the website, designed the flash entry screen, and also built the website. On April 18, , San Francisco was wrecked by a powerful earthquake and for the next few days was consumed by fires that destroyed a large portion of the city.
The earthquake's epicenter was located near the city along the San Andreas Fault. Damage from the earthquake was widespread, occurring for hundreds of miles along the extensive fault line. As San Francisco was then the West Coast's most populous city and it's leading economic and cultural center, the repercussions of the earthquake and fire throughout the region were tremendous. Since then, documentation pertaining to the San Francisco earthquake and fire has been collected and preserved these many years at various libraries and archives throughout the state.
In preparation for the th anniversary of the disaster, some of these institutions have collaborated in an effort to make selected primary source materials accessible in a digital format. Presenting approximately 14, images and 7, pages of text, the virtual archive makes accessible material related to the history of the earthquake and fire in San Francisco, as well as presenting material on other areas affected throughout the state.
The materials were selected to illustrate broad topical themes:. The materials selected are drawn from a variety of printed sources and archival collections, compiled by institutions and libraries with varying missions. Many of the collections have distinctive histories of their own. In some cases entire collections have been included; more often a selection of materials relating to the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire has been selected from a collection with broader scope. While the materials presented in The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Digital Collection are extensive, they are only selective and do not include comprehensively the wealth of historical and archival materials documenting this topic at participating institutions.
Users should note the source of the materials found on this site and contact the holding libraries or archives for further information. Pictorial Works. The Bancroft Library. Contributing Institution: The Bancroft Library. Physical Description: 49 photographic prints.
About this Item
Collection contains snapshot photographic prints taken in San Francisco, perhaps by David P. Flory, following the earthquake and fire of The views show earthquake and fire damage, relief efforts, and reconstruction. Patrick's Church, San Jose. Physical Description: 15 x 10 cm.
Physical Description: 15 x 9 cm. Physical Description: 13 x 9 cm. Physical Description: 9 x 15 cm. Joseph's Church in background] Joseph Nisbet , Physical Description: photographic prints. Collection contains snapshot and commercial photographic prints taken in San Francisco during and after the disaster of The views show fires burning, earthquake and fire damage, cityscapes, refugees and refugee camps. Among the locations and buildings pictured are Nob Hill, Market St. Also included are views of Oakland.
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Photographers are unidentified. The LeConte collection includes views not related to the disaster which have not been described in the present finding aid. Physical Description: 9 x 14 cm. Physical Description: 14 x 9 cm. Physical Description: 12 x Telegraph Hill, left; Chinatown and Hall of Justice, right. June 14, Physical Description: 18 x 13 "No. Physical Description: 18 x 12 "No. Physical Description: 18 x Physical Description: 17 x Physical Description: 11 x Physical Description: 10 x 15 cm. Old St. Mary's Church, left; Merchant's Exchange Building, far right.
Physical Description: 10 x Physical Description: 13 x Physical Description: 9 x 9 cm. Physical Description: 10 x 16 cm. Pine St. In distance: tower of Grace Cathedral, left; Merchants' Exchange Building obscured by smoke, left center; Mills Building, right center. Physical Description: 10 x 17 cm.