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Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from San Francisco, San Francisco County, California

San Francisco dock strike

San Francisco dock strike

Slums of San Francisco, California

Slums of San Francisco, California

Backyard. North Beach District (Italians). San Francisco, California

Mission District. San Francisco, California. Rent twenty to twenty-two dollars a month for three or four rooms

Mission District. San Francisco, California. Rent twenty to twenty-two dollars a month for three or four rooms

Mission District firetrap. San Francisco, California

Mission District. San Francisco, California

Backyard. North Beach District (Italians). San Francisco, California

Card Alley. North Bean District (Italians). San Francisco, California

Mission District. San Francisco, California

Mission District. San Francisco, California

Mission District. San Francisco, California

Card Alley. North Bean District (Italians). San Francisco, California

Mission District. San Francisco, California

"Skid Row." Howard Street, the street of the unemployed in San Francisco, California

Unemployed men on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Employment agency on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

"Skid Row." Howard Street, San Francisco, California

Unemployed men on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Striking longshoremen during the waterfront strike in San Francisco, California

Employment agency. San Francisco

"Skid Row." Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Longshoremen's lunch hour. San Francisco waterfront. California

Scene along "Skid Row." Howard Street, San Francisco, California

"Skid Row." Howard Street, the street of the unemployed in San Francisco, California

Unemployed men on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Longshoremen's lunch hour. San Francisco waterfront, California

Employment agency. San Francisco

Howard Street, called "Skid Row," the street of the unemployed in San Francisco, California

Scene along "Skid Row." Howard Street, San Francisco, California

Striking longshoremen during the waterfront strike in San Francisco, California

Signboards in San Francisco, California

Longshoremen's lunch hour. San Francisco waterfront. California

Signboards in San Francisco, California

Unemployed men sitting on the sunny side of the San Francisco Public Library. California

Unemployed men sitting on the sunny side of the San Francisco Public Library. California

Employment agency on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Employment office on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Unemployed men on Howard Street. San Francisco, California

Longshoremen's lunch hour. San Francisco waterfront. California

"Skid Row." Howard Street, San Francisco, California

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese

Lilac Street, Mission District. Rent fifteen dollars a month for three rooms. San Francisco, California

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

Lilac Street, Mission District. Rent fifteen dollars a month for three rooms. San Francisco, California

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese

San Francisco Chinaman reading news of surrender of Canton to Japanese. San Francisco, California

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

News of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. San Francisco, California. Chinatown

In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese

San Francisco Chinaman reading news of surrender of Canton to Japanese. San Francisco, California

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

News of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. San Francisco, California. Chinatown

In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese

The interview for unemployment compensation. San Francisco, California

News of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. San Francisco, California. Chinatown

Unemployment benefits aid begins. Line of men inside a division office of the State Employment Service office at San Francisco, California, waiting to register for benefits on one of the first days the office was open. They will receive from six to fifteen dollars per week for up to sixteen weeks. Coincidental with the announcement that the federal unemployment census showed close to ten million persons out of work, twenty-two states begin paying unemployment compensation

In front of the local paper of San Francisco's Chinatown Chinese read news of the surrender of Canton to the Japanese. Most of San Francisco's Chinese are Cantonese

Church in Potrero district where there is a "Russian-White" colony. San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Street scene as the army began to sing

Trio. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Solo. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Note on modern architecture and home building. San Francisco, California

Note on modern architecture and home building. San Francisco, California

At Minna Street the army forms a semi-circle and sings to attract a crowd. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Solo. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Listening to speeches at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting congressional cut of relief appropriations. San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Returning to headquarters; no recruits to audience from street

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Exhortation

San Francisco, California

April. The city of San Francisco, California. Seen from the first street ramp of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge

City officials hear the speeches made at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting cut in relief appropriation. In front of city hall, San Francisco, California

Meeting closes with adjutant Nock selling Easter edition of the "War Cry." Salvation army, San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Returning to headquarters. No recruits to audience from street

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. "Power of the lord" preaching by a "soldier" saved twelve years before, with the army ever since

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Returning to headquarters. No recruits to audience from street

Preaching Salvation. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Church in Potrero district where there is a "Russian-White" colony. San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. In the neighborhood where the Salvation Army operates. Sedan service to Los Angeles on share the expense basis

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Regular Sunday morning meeting. (Meeting held regularly Sunday, Tuesday and Thursdays.) Marching up street to the meeting

Listening to speeches at mass meeting of Works Progress Administration (WPA) workers protesting congressional cut of relief appropriations. San Francisco, California

"Power of the Lord" preaching by a "soldier" saved twelve years before, and with army ever since. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Men pause a moment to watch, and then pass on

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Solo. Salvation Army, San Francisco, California

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. In the neighborhood where the Salvation Army operates. Sedan service to Los Angeles on share the expense basis

Salvation Army, San Francisco, California. Self-denial. Each member of the army is a quota, and chooses means of self-denial by which he saves his quota

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