San Francisco after 1906 Earthquake and Fire
This is a collection of supplements to the San Francisco Examiner in 1906:
- May 20, 1906 - Panoramic View of the Ruins of San Francisco (Hearst).
- May 27, 1906 - Birdseye View of San Francisco from Twin Peaks (Lawrence)
- June 3, 1906 - Panoramic View of San Francisco from the Water Front (Lawrence)
- June 10, 1906 - Birdseye View of Wrecked City Dome (Hearst).
- June 24, 1906 - In the Heart of the Ruins (Hearst).
- July 1, 1906 - Ruins of China Town (Kytka)
- Aug. 5, 1906 - No. 5 Panorama of the Western Addition and the Mission (Kytka).
Note: The name in the parenthesis is the copyright holder in 1906:
- Hearst was William Randolph Hearst, the owner of the San Francisco Examiner.
- Lawrence was George R. Lawrence (1868-1938) was a photographer who experimented with aerial kite photography.
- Kytka was Theodore Kytka, a noted graphologist (handwriting expert) and photographer who lived in San Francisco.