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Bay Bridge Opening Ceremony, November 12, 1936
Produced from 4 electrical transcription disks edited to form one continuous recording (presented here in 14 sections).
Produced at KRE Transmitter Building, in Berkeley Aquatic Park, by the California Historical
Radio Society. Visit their web site at CaliforniaHistoricalRadio.com.
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For over fifty years, the staff of the Museum of the City of San Francisco has
labored--with your help--to compile the first-ever register of those who died in
San Francisco's Great Earthquake and Fire of 1906.
The City of San Francisco's count of the dead was 478.
With your assistance, however, today we can at last honor the lost citizenry,
and recognize all of the victims of the 1906 calamity.
See if your family members are recognized at this time, and watch for the next
The search continues.
The Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco.
1906 Earthquake Great Register
P.S. Please keep these wonderful and so informative 1906 stories coming.
Great Register 1906 List of Dead and Survivors as of July22,
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MISSION STATEMENT: The Virtual Museum of
the City of San Francisco, sfmuseum.org, functions as a general multi-media
website utilizing text, graphics, and sounds. We are primarily a research
and educational site for scholars, young and old. Our site features the
interesting, the amusing, and the unusual in San Francisco's history.