1899 USGS San Francisco Topography Quadrangle 
Extensively detailed map of San Francisco and the East Bay
San Francisco Quadrangle (Topography)
U.S. Geological Survey; George Otis Smith (Director)
Washington, D. C., 1913 (1899)
43 x 56 cm (17 x 22 in)
Nice, detailed map of San Francisco and the East Bay, extending north to San Pablo Bay. San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, and Alameda are all plotted down to the street and building level. Railroad and ferry lines are shown.
Because the cartographic data dates to the year 1899, the map offers a pre-1906 Earthquake representation of San Francisco.
This map is part of the USGS's 15 Minute Quadrangle series, produced from the 1890s to the 1950s in order to provide a detailed topographic map coverage of the entire United States at the same scale.
Wear and discoloration along fold lines.
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