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" The barren side of the hill before us was covered with tents and canvas houses, and nearly in front a large two-story building displayed the sign 'Fremont Family Hotel.' "As yet we were only in the suburbs of the town. Crossing the shoulder of the hill,... "
San Francisco and Thereabout - Page 15
by Charles Augustus Keeler - 1902 - 97 pages
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Eldorado; Or, Adventures in the Path of Empire, Comprising a Voyage to ...

Bayard Taylor - California - 1882 - 444 pages
...witness our arrival, picked out two Mexicans to carry our trunks to a hotel. The barren side of 'he hill before us was covered with tents and canvas houses,...was blowing down through a gap in the hills, filling ttc streets with clouds of dust. On every side stood buildings of all kinds, begun or half-finished,...
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Highways and Byways of the Pacific Coast

Pacific States - 1908 - 323 pages
...money. Bayard Taylor who visited San Francisco at this time says that, "Around the curve of the bay hundreds of tents and houses appeared, scattered all...heights and along the shore for more than a mile. On every side stood buildings begun or half finished, and the greater part of them were canvas sheds...
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HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS OF THE PACIFIC COAST

CLIFTON JOHNSON - 1908
...money. Bayard Taylor who visited San Francisco at this time says that, "Around the curve of the bay hundreds of tents and houses appeared, scattered all...heights and along the shore for more than a mile. On every side stood buildings begun or half finished, and the greater part of them were canvas sheds...
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San Francisco: As it Was, as it Is, and how to See it

Helen Throop Purdy - San Francisco (Calif.) - 1912 - 221 pages
...large two-story building bore the sign,'Fremont Family Hotel.' As yet we were only in the suburbs. Crossing the shoulder of the hill, the view extended...heights and along the shore for more than a mile. On every side stood buildings of all kinds, begun or half finished, and the greater part mere canvas...
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