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Chinese residents read news about Tong wars, San Francisco, 1875

Chinese get the news about a peace pact between the Hop Sing and Bing Kong tongs, c.

Chinese theater, sometime in the 1880s.

Chinese theater, sometime in the

Map of the bay area in 1868

Old Maps of San Francisco Guaranteed to Blow Your Mind - Bird's eye view of San Francisco, drawn by George H. Goddard in

Chinatown in 1882. Looking west on Sacramento Street

Looking west on Sacramento St. from Dupont Street (now Grant Ave. At the time Chinatown was only about 6 blocks long.

Chinese theater, sometime in the 1880s.

Chinese theater, sometime in the

Distributing mail. San Francisco Post Office. 1858

from Hutching's California Magazine which was published from to promote California industry, society and natural beauty. Distributing the mails in the San Francisco Post Office and Custom House.

1860s. The waterfront of San Francisco showing sailing vessels and steamboat, likely the ferry headed for Oakland or the Sacramento River.

The waterfront of San Francisco showing sailing vessels and steamboat, likely the ferry headed for Oakland or the Sacramento. The setting where the victim, Li Sha, is discovered

1860s. The waterfront of San Francisco showing sailing vessels and steamboat, likely the ferry headed for Oakland or the Sacramento River.

The waterfront of San Francisco showing sailing vessels and steamboat, likely the ferry headed for Oakland or the Sacramento. The setting where the victim, Li Sha, is discovered

The mansion of Alfred 'Nobby' Clarke, a notorious member of the San Francisco police force during the second half of the 19th century. Got rich making loans to hapless patrolmen. Very rich, it appears

The mansion of Alfred 'Nobby' Clarke, a notorious member of the San Francisco police force during the second half of the century. Got rich making loans to hapless patrolmen. Very rich, it appears