20th century print after an original 1866 lithograph published by Snow & Roos with various characters and citizens of early San Francisco with a key identifying the 37 figures below, typewritten and added to the original, then reproduced here.
Reproduction of a lithograph originally published by Robinson & Snow featuring a line drawing by George H. Goddard. Bird's-eye view of San Francisco with a key including 78 locations on the lower margin with an additional notation for 31 streets.
Reproduction of a lithograph originally published by Snow & May featuring a line drawing of George H. Goddard's "Birds eye view of the city of San Francisco and surrounding country" with locations numbered and key around the sides and bottom of the image.
A coastal view of miners and burros trekking along a cliff overlooking the small city of San Francisco, with numerous boats moored offshore and rolling hills in the distance; view taken from Rincon Hill looking northwest.
S[an] F[rancisco] : H. S. Crocker Company S. F. Lith. 1894
After an original painting now at the Society of California Pioneers; a perspective of San Francisco in 1849 from the foot of Montgomery Street looking north to Telegraph Hill, showing buildings and warehouses in center, ships in harbor, fenced residences at left; men in campsite with tents and cook fires in foreground.