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Oberdeener Isaac, plumber, r. 1620 Pine
" Robert, clerk Wolf Oberdeener, r. 1620 Pine
" Wolf, stationery and notions, 18, 1st, r.
1620 Pine
Oberfeld Charles (Oberfeld & Braunbeck), r.
23151/2 Mason
" Frederick, baker, r. 358 Jessie
" Gottlieb, baker, r. 358 Jessie
" John, oven builder, r. 22 15 Mason

OBERFELD & BRAUNBECK

(Charles Otoerfeld and Peter Braun-
beck), contractors, bricklayers and
oven builders, 22151/2 Mason
Oberf elder Max (Dallemand & Co.), r. Chicago,
111.
" Tobias (Dallemand & Co.), r. Chicago, 111.
Oberfleld Henry D., messenger Wells, Fargo &

Co.,r. 632a Geary
Oberg C, seaman U. S. Lighthouse tender
Madrono
" Fritz, tailor, 724i/4 Market, r. 4 Garret PI
" John, laborer, r. 58 Hermann
" Victor, shoemaker, 4 Virginia Court
" William O., r. 521 Pacific
Oberle Joseph B., butcher J. G. Johnson & Son,

r. 1st Av South nr Railroad Av
Obermayer Benno, manufacturers' agent, 339

Kearny, r. 126 Ellis
Obermeyer T. F. A., wines and liquors, 620 Mar-
ket, r. 1224 Laguna
Oberndorf Abraham, canvasser, r. 1239V^ Folsem
" Jacob, salesman A. & A. Baker, r. 12391/4
Folsom
Obernesser AntoneMrs., r. 522 V^ Harrison
Oberon The, restaurant and family resort,
Ernest A. Fischer proprietor, 36-38
O'Farrell
Oberst Charles, kettleman John Wieland Brew-
ery, r. 3254 Louisa
" Frank, liquors, 213, 3d, r. 214, 3d
" Frank, molder McCormick Bros., r. SW cor

16th and Bryant
" William (Oberst & Fuchs), r. 14 Clara
" & Fuchs (William Oberst and Anton
Fuchs), wood and ivory turners, 547-549
Brannan
Obert Anton, miller Deming-Palmer Milling
Co., r. 209 PotreroAv
" William, miller, r. 209 Potrero Av
Obitz Florent, salesman G. Leopold, r. 540

Washington
Obradovich Peter, porter A. B. Balaban, r.

30271/2, 16th
Obram Thomas G.. gardener, r. 945 Masonic Av
Obst Emile. driver Chicago Brewery
Occident Stables, C. S. Crittenden pi-oprietor,
N W cor Geary and Polk, telephone East
48
" The (weekly), Rev. James Marshall
Thompson editor, William Stevenson
manager, 84 Donohoe Bldg
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co.,
Charles F. Crocker president, S. H. H.
Clark vice-president, D. D. Stubbs sec-
retary, general and agency ofBces, 425
Market, telephone Main 261, wharf, 1st
and Brannan, telephone Main 458
Occidental Barber Shop, John S^ahle proprie-
tor, 233 Bush
Occidental Beet Sugar Co., Claus Spreckels
president, John D. Spreckels vice-pres-
ident, J. D. Spreckels & Bros. Co. treas-
urers, E. H. Sheldon secretary, office 327
Market
" Board Presbyterian Mission House (Chi-
nese home and school). Miss Margaret
Culbertson matron, 920 Sacramento
" Cigar Store, C. W. Smith manager, 136

Montgomery
" Club, Joseph A. Baxter secretary, 413

Stockton
" Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.),
■ Alfred K. Durbrow secretary, 69 Nevada
Block

OCCIDENTAL FOUNDRY,

Steiger & Kerr proprietors, NW cor
Main and Harrison



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CARPETS.

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Occidental Free Kindergarten. 214, 2d
" Grain Warehouse, William M. Starr pro-
prietor, NW cor 1st and Townsend
" Hand Ball Court, Thomas Degnan man-
ager, 120 Grove
Occidental Hotel, W. B. Hooper lessee, E s

Montgomery bet Sutter and Bush

Occidental Land and Improvement Co., office

4 New Montgomery

" Loan Association, Dennery & Gunzburger

secretaries, 214 Pine, room 3

Occidental MiU (Eureka, Cal.), McKay & Co.,

proprietors, 4 California
Occidental News Co., William G. Brown man-
ager. S. P. Co. Depot, 3d and Townsend
" Restaurant, Joseph Munier proprietor, 337

Bush
" School, Miss Jessie M. Carruthers princi-
pal, 911 Stockton
Occidental Varnish Works, John P. Jourden
proprietor, cor 19th and Treat Av, office
20 Geary
" Watch Co., Walker & Eaton proprietors, 24
Post
Ocean Beach House, Claus F. Kroger proprie-
tor, 313-319. 49th Av
" Beach Pavilion, Henry Doscher proprietor,

cor Ocean Boulevard and B
" House. 214 Jackson
Ocean House Primary School, Daniel J. Delay
principal, Corbett Av nr Ocean House
Road
Ocean House Road Nursery, J. Jacquemet &
Co. proprietors. Ocean House Road nr
Ingleside
Ocean Marine Insurance Co. Limited (of Lon-
don), H. M. Newhall & Co. agents, 309-
311 Sansome
" Side House, Ernest Heymans proprietor.

Ocean Beach nr Ocean House Road
" View Granite Co., John W. Spencer agent,
2245 Mission
Ocean View Police Station, E s Plymouth Av

bet Sadowa and Sagamore
Ocean View Post OflBce, now Station L
Ocean View Station (S. P. Co.), Bruce A. Meyer
agent, junction Sickles Av and Old San
Jose Road
Ocean View Union Congregational Church,

now Eighth Congregational Church
Oceanic Phosphate Co., L. P. Drexler president,
L. E. James secretary, 409 California,
room 4

OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.,

John D. Spreckels president, Charles
Goodall vice-president, J. D. Spreckels
& Bros. Co. agents and treasurers, E.
H. Sheldon secretary, L. F. cockn)ft
general passenger agent, main office
327 Market, ticket office 114 Mont-
gomery
Oceanic Steamship Go's. Wharf, Pier 12, foot

Folsom
Ochenbery Calvin, hackman, r. 741 Natoma
Oohs Annie B. Miss, r. 5 Silver Star PI
" Conrad, cooper, r. 5 Silver Star PI
" Elizabeth E. Miss, r. 5 Silver Star PI
" Gustave F., salesman Indianapolis Fur-
niture Co., r. 1401/2 Cumberland
" Herman, butcher, r. 1308 Steiner
" John, cooper August Petzold, r. 5 Silver
Star PI
Ockei-t Mary Mrs., restaurant, 638 Sacramento
Ockey Harry, barber Placet F. Valiant, r. 18
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Ocksen Christian P. (Ocksen & Schade), r. 602

Natoma

" & Schade (Christian P. Ocksen and Henry

E. Schade), coffee saloon, 615 Montgomery

October! Mitchell, porter, r. SOS^^, 4th

Odalovlch Jeveto (Nicholas Pariez & Co.), r, 318

Folsom
Odd Fellows' Building, SW cor Market and 7th
Odd Fellows' Cemetery, George R. Fletcher
superintendent, S s Point Lobos Av bet
1st Av and Henderson
" Fellows' Cemetery (colored), 34th Av and
Clement
Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association, George

Penlington secretary, 8 Flood Bldg
Odd Fellows' Employment Association, An-
drew McMenaman secretary, 11 Odd
Fellows' Bldg, SW cor Market and 7th
Odd Fellows' General Relief Committee, W.
A. Noflsinger president, James F.
Nichols secretary, 3 Odd Fellows' Bldg,
SW cor Market and 7th
Odd Fellows' Hall, SW cor Market and 7th
Odd Fellows' HaU Association of San Francisco
Davis Louderback president, Cyrus F.
O'Neil secretary, office 3 Odd Fellows'
Bldg, SW cor Market and 7th
Odd Fellows' Library, Andrew J. Cleary librar-
ian, Odd Fellows' Bldg, SW cor Market
and 7th
Odd Fellows' Library Association, M. T. Moses
president, William Thackeray secre-
tary, E. Maginnis treasurer. Odd Fel-
lows' Bldg, SW cor Market and 7th
" Fellows' Savings Bank (in liquidation),
James Benson secretary, 240,Montgomery
Odegaard Henry, laborer, r. 624, 4th
" Samuel, laborer, r. 735 Brannan
Odell Anna Miss, teacher Heald's Business
College, r.520Capp
" Daniel, boxmaker, r. 2111 Mason
" Harlan B.. bookkeeper William A.

Schrock, r. 414 Hyde
" Isaac, engineer, r. 3111 Mason
Odell James N., manager The Werner Company
(of Chicago, 111.), 404 Spreckels Bldg, r.
The Berkshire
" John, laborer, r. 2111 Mason
" Walter, r. 203 Turk

" Walton L.., carpenter Edison Light and
Power Co., r. 849 Capp
>e®-Odell. See O'Dell

Oden Alexander C, machinist Electrical En-
gineering Co., r. 16091/^ Dupont
Odenthal Conrad, bartender, r. 517 O'Farrell

" Henry, traveling salesman, r. 517 O'Farrell
Odermatt Joseph W., boilermaker, r. 13 Harri-
son Av
" Louis F., boilermaker Eureka Boiler Wks,
r. Oakland
Odermatt Paul, boiler and sheet ironworks, .58-

60 Bluxome, r. 60 Bluxome
Odero Andrea, laborer, r. 27 Hinckley
" Thomas, teamster Brizzolara '& Son, r. 12
Wetmore PI
Odgers Arthur M., fireman, r. 17 Frankfort Av
" Joseph, with H. T. Holmes Lime Co., r. 723

Golden Gate Av
" Thomas car repairer S. P, Co., r. 17 Frank-
fort Av
" William H., machine hamd S. F. Furniture
Mfg. Co., r. 17 Frankfort Av
Odin Hall, 413 Sutter
" Oscar, laborer W. T. Garratt & Co., r. 12%

Russ
" William, laborer, r. 244, 6th



Odiorne Mamie A. Mrs., dressmaker O. S.

Swearingen, r. 619 McAllister
Odium Samuel, carpenter Sanborn, Vail & Co.,

r. 718 Minna

ODORLESS EXCAVATING CO.,

George H. Baker manager, 131 Eddy

Odrich Charles, laborer, r. NE cor Napa and

Louisiana
Oechsle Fred, laborer William A. Schrock

" Martin D., mill hand William A Schrock
Oechsli Stephen, cabinetmaker Brass &Witten-

burg, r. 101, 3d
Ceding Frank J., clerk S. F. News Co., r. 2315

Post
" William F., foreman J. O. Jephson Co., r.

Alameda
Oehlert Henry F., mattress maker H. W. Frank

& Co., r. 1318 Harrison
Oehme Morris, clerk, r. 1541 Mission
Oelgeschlager Gerhard, gardener Rudolph Her-
man
Oellerich Henry, salesman Lind Vineyard

Wine Cellar r. 1126 Harrison
Oellrich EmilJ., harness maker B. A. Sam-

mann, r. 19 Beideman
" Fred, clerk J. H. Witte, r. 17 Beideman
" Theodore H., salesman Von Ronn, Hencke

& Lorsbach, r. 19 Beideman
" William, driver, r. 17 Beideman
" William Jr., bellhanger, r. 17 Beideman
4®-Oellrich. See Ohlerich and Ulrich
Oelrichs Herman, r. 1120 Pine
Oels Ernst H. F., groceries and liquors, 263

Stevenson
Oeltjen Maggie, domestic, New Washington

Hotel
" Diedrich J., bartender John H. Schuur, r.

324, 4th
Oelund Louis H., longshoreman, r. 8 Welsh
Oerstimba Land Co., Theodore Reiohert presi-
dent, office 4-5 Mills Bldg, 5th floor
Oertli Kaspar, gardener, 606 Stockton
Oesinghaus Otto, laborer Enterprise Brewing

Co., r. 1332 Natoma
Oest Christian, r. 305 Minna
" EmilW., groceries, NW cor Francisco and

Dupont
Oester Henry C, oiler str San Juan
«®-Oester. See Oster
Oesterman Emanuel, clerk Columbia Loan and

Collateral Office, r. 611 Eddy
Oestermann Louis, bookkeeper Adolph Hrom-

ada, r. Alameda
4®"Oestermann. See Osterman and Oyster-
man
Oesterreicher Louis, real estate agent, 630

Market, r. Alameda
" Walter, clerk L. Oesterreicher, r. Alameda
4®"0esterreicher. See Ostreicher
Oesting Paul (Baxter & Oesting), r. 704 Brod-

erick
" William C, dairy produce, 88-91 California

Market, r. 1411 Washington
" William C. Jr., salesman W. C. Oesting, r.

1411 Washington
Oestreich John, tanner S. Bloom & Sons, r. 104,

24th
Oestrich William F., patrolman Morse's Patrol,

r. 622 Turk
Oettl Alois, proprietor Tanners' Home, W s Ne-
braska nr Army
" Arthur, coppersmith, r. Tanners' Home
" Marx, seaman, r. Tanners' Home
Oetzel George W.. foreman shoe cutter W. H.

Nolan & Co., r. 830 Bay
Oetzmann Emile, wagon guard Wells, Fargo &

Co., r. 35 Beideman
" Petronella, widow, r. 35 Beideman
Oeverndiek Henry R., carpenter John Sanders,

r. 129 Olive Av
Ofeld Christina, domestic, 1700 Van Ness Av
Ofenstein Richard, window cleaner, r. 244, 6th
Offenbacher Kate, widow, varieties, 714 Vallejo
Offenhauser Frederick H., tailor Block &

Georges, r. 6 Virginia Court
" Michael, tailor, r. 6 Virginia Court
Offer Herman M., cement worker, r. SE cor Cole

and Carl



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Offerman John, salesman Stockton Milling Co.,

r. 1004 Washington
Offermann George H., marine engineer, r. 131

Tremont Av "

" J. Fred (Offermann & Rohde), and groceries

and liquors, 1421 Harrison
" J. William, groceries and liquors, 1400 Fol-

som, r. 1402'/^ Folsom
" Otto, liquors, SE cor H and 9th Av
" & Rohde (J. Fred Offermann and Bernard

H. Rohde), liquors, 652, 4th

OFFICE SPECIALTY Manu-
facturing CO., Charles Slemin Jr.
manager, manufacturers and dealers
labor saving devices and furniture for
offices, 29 New Montgomery Grand
Hotel Bldg, telephone Main 1790, fac-
tory Rochester, N. Y.
Official List San Francisco Stock Exchange, L.

Goldstein & Co. publishers, 326 Pine
Offt Peter, cabinet maker Richard Herring, r.

118 Langton
Ogden Amy, widow, r. S603 Folsom
" Annie, widow, r. 432 Minna
" Benjamin F., carpenter, r. 501 Ash Av
" Catherine, widow, r. 2,=i29 Sutter
" Charles A., chemist, 13 Montgomery Block.



" George H., clerk, r. 1320 Scott
" Richard L., librarian Cal. State Mining
Bureau, r. 2411 Pierce
Ogden Route Freight and Ticket Office, G. w.

Fletcher agent, 613 Market

Oge William L., manager Pacific School Fur-
nishing Co., 723 Market, r. San Rafael

Ogg Albert E., compositor Frank Eastman &
Co., r. 619 Powell

Oggshaw Nancy A., widow, r. 2403 Howard

Ogilvie Harry, machinist Risdon I. and L. Wks.
r. Alameda
" John, stonecutter Odd Fellows' Cemetery,

r. 14 Parker Av
" William M., cutter W. & J. Sloane & Co., r.
532 Eddy

Ogle Frederick E., salesman, r. 2291 Bryant
" George A., clerk Francisco Chichi zola. r.

1125 Vallejo
" John, carpenter and builder, 40 New Mont-
gomery, r. SE cor 24th and Kansas,
Potrero

Oglesby James, watchman U. S. Mint, r. 1018 Pine

Ogston August, traveling salesman, r. 616 Pine
" William, with Electric Paint Co.

Ohabai Shalome Congregation, Rev. Julius
Fryer rabbi, Bush nr Laguna

Ohaver Nathan P., laborer, r. 6I91/0 Mission

Ohe Albert, driver Witt Bros., r. 38 Hoff Av
" Henry, laborer, r. 527!^, 19th rear
" Rudolph, cigar packer H. Plagemann &
Co., r. NE cor Ellis and Scott

Ohea Lizzie Miss, stenographer Young & Pow-
ers, r. 17I81/2 Hvde
" Richard H., r. 1718y2 Hyde
" Walter H., with S. E. Fischer & Co., r.
17I85/2 Hyde

Ohfl Lena, domestic, 2123 Buchanan

Ohio Lemon Co., Arthur H. Ten Broeck mana-
ger, 80-81 Columbian Bldg

Ohira George, bamboo furniture, 313 Sutter

Ohl Henry C, telegraph operator, r. 800 Kearny

Ohland John, conductor Market St. Rv., r. 1632
Fulton

Ohlandt Henry, r. 1214 Potrero Av

Ohlandt Henry C, assistant secretary The
National Ice Co., office 337 Market,
N s Sonoma nr Potrero Av
" John C. (N. Ohlandt & Co.), r. N s Sonoma
nr Potrero Av

Ohlandt N. & Co. (Nicholas and John C. Ohl
andt and John A. and Charles H. Buck,
manufacturers animal and willow char-
coal, neats foot oil and fertilizers, fac
tory E s Indiana bet Nevada and Yolo
office 327 Market

Ohlandt Nicholas (N. Ohlandt & Co.), and pres
dent The National Ice Co., and Californi
Green and Dried Fruit Co., office 3-<
Market, r. Ns Sonoma nr Potrero Av



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Ohlandt William, bartender Otto Schultz
Ohlegshleger Philip, laborer, r. 42 Belcher
Ohlemutz Jacob, butcher, r. 1005 Greenwich
Ohlen Edward, r. 1509 Jackson
" Thomas E., gripman Market St. Ry., r.
1509 Jackson
Ohlerich Charles (Stewart & Co.), r. 829 Val-
lejo
" Edward, bookkeeper Stewart & Co., r. 829
Vallejo
4®="Ohlert. See Oehlert

Ohleyer Lewis, clerk W. U. Tel. Co., r. 534 Bush
Ohlmeyer Daniel, teacher music, r. 1210 Mason

" M'artin, clerk Bloom Bros., r. 1210 Mason
Ohlsemer Louis, r. 13 Welsh rear
Ohlsen Adolph, fireman, r. 449, 1st
" Benedicta, widow, r. 1220 Vermont
" Charles W., foreman, r. 1220 Vermont
" Ernest E., laborer, r. 1220 Vermont
" Henry J., carpenter, r. 163 Richland Av
" Joachim F. C, clerk Stunker & Ehlers, r.

625 Geary
" Jacob, janitor, 331 Montgomery, r. Oak-
land
•' John, tanner Anton Krieg, r. Tomasa Av nr

Montcalm
" Ludwig, expressman, r. 103 San Jose Av
" N., cook Popular Dining Rooms, r. 337
O'Farrell
Ohlson Charles A., boatman M. B. Moraghan, r.
504, 3d
" Charlotte Mrs., female employment agen-
cy, 11% Antonio
" Frank, cooper L. W. Ohlson, r. Oakland
" John, seaman, r. 22 Sacramento
" John A. (Peterson & Ohlson), r. 11^4 Antonio

OHLSON LOUIS W,

cooper, water casks, coal and ballast
tubs, 239 Steuart, r. 1913 Magnolia,
Oakland

Ohlson Nels, oyster tonger M. B. Moraghan, r.
Millbrae, Cal.
" Victor, cooper Cal. Wine Assn.
Ohlsson B. O.. bookkeeper Fairbanks, Morse &
Co.,r. 1007 Capp
" Uno, clerk B. Donnelly, r. 1131 Polk
Ohm Anna A. Miss, r. 317 Geary
" Augusta L., widow, r. 217 Geary
" Charles L., r. 1231 Howard
" Edward W., r. 217 Geary
" Frederick A., shoemaker, 430 Folsom
" Louis, r. 747 Harrison

" William F., salesman Blake, Moffltt &
Towne, r. 747 Harrison
Ohman Lars P., seaman, r. 11 Clay
" Thomas, seaman, r. 3 East
" William, r. 17 Albion Av rear
Ohmen Engine Works, W. H. Ohmen proprietor,
331 Mission
" William H., proprietor Ohmen Engine
Works, 321 Mission, r. 1312b Harrison
Ohnimus George, frame maker, r. 212, 15th
" Louis, cabinet maker Sterling Furniture

Co.. r. 212, 15th
" Louis J., manager boathouse Stow Lake,
Golden Gate Park, r. W/2 Walter
Ohnstein Oscar, restaurant, 349, 4th
Ohrenberg Adolph, carpenter, r. 500 Shotwell
Ohring John, carpenter, r. S9?£ Kissling
Ohrt Henry, groceries and liquors, NW cor
Grove and Devisadero, r. 705 Devisadero
Ohrtland Otto, agent Golden Gate Distilling

Co.'s Yeast Depot, r. 16 Hoff Av

Ohrwall Harold, director Swedish Medical

Gymnastic Institute, r. 336 Post



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K Livery Stable, Martin F. Fragley proprie-
tor, 1210-1214 Valencia
Oke William S., car repairer S. P. Co., r. 4 Shot-
well
Okell Charles H., lieutenant Underwriters' Fire
Patrol 2, r. 313 Haight
" Charles J. (Okell, Donnell & Co.), r. Ala-
meda

OKELL, DONNELL & CO.

(Charles J. Okell and Arthur C. Don-
nell), general agents Employers' Lia-
bility Assurance Corporation, limited
(of London), General Insurance Co. (of
Trieste), New England Burglary In-
surance Co. (of Boston), and city
agents of North British and Mercan-
tile (of London), and Westchester (of
New York), 411 California, telephone
Main 1015

Okerblad Joseph, liquors, 16, 5th, r. 10 Mint Av

Okerlund George B., plumber, r. 1416 Broad-
way

Okerman Nils, waiter, r. 422 Post

Olaee Frank, bookkeeper California Wine Assn.,
r. 308 Sutter

Olafsen Emma Mrs., proprietor Winter Home,
634 Sacramento
" Olaf , lineman Edison Light and Power Co. ,
r 330 Geary

Olaga Eugenic, expressman, SE cor Green and
Montgomery Av, r. 823 Vallejo

Olague James, candy manufacturer, 1206 Mont-
gomery
" Paul P., laborer, r. 519^4 Greenwich rear

Olaguez August, barber Robert T. Brodek, r.
1014 Clay

Olangne Seraflno, waiter, r. 20 Oak Grove Av
rear

Olanie Jules F., foreman S. F. Pattern Wks, r.
East Oakland

Olberg Albert, cook, r. 3 East

Olbrecht Ann, widow, x. 1416 Taylor

Olcese Ida Miss, bookkeeper, r. 715 Greenwich
" Joseph, commission merchant, r. 715 Green-
wich

Oleovich Bernhard (Olcovich Bros.), r. 1519 Gol-
den Gate Av
" Brothers (Bernhard and Joseph), shoes and

shoe findings, 124 Sansome
" Herrman (Herrman Olcovich & Co.), r.

1716 Geary
" Herrman & Co. (Herrman Olcovich). im-
porters, 330 Pine, room 57
" Joseph (Olcovich Bros.), r. San Salvador,
C. A.

Old Astor House, 510 Pacific

Old Book Store, Daly & Curran proprietors, 206
Powell

Old Friends' (society of), headquarters, 235
Kearny, room 9
" Friends' Cemetery, 34th Av and Clement

Old Friends' Gazette (monthly), J. E. Slinkey
business manager, 235 Kearny, room 9,
publication office, 620 Merchant
" George F., dairyman, r. 1641 Polk

Old Ladies' Home (Episcopal), N s Golden Gate
Av bet Masonic Av and Lott

Old Ladies' Home (James Lick), University bet
Wayland and Felton

Old Ladies' Home (Sisters of Mercy). See Our
Lady's Home. 33 Rincon PI
" Men's Home, 34 Minna



Old People's Home of San Francisco (Crocker
Memorial), Rev. Charles McKelvey
superintendent, 2507 Pine
" Pioneer Hall, 808 Montgomery
Old South Park Statuary Drug Store, Tullio

A. Rottanzi, M. D. proprietor, 301, 3d
Oldag John A., driver, r. 10 Farren Av
Oldelehr John H., bartender Collins & Whee-
land, r. QM Dale PI
" Jonathan G., cashier Hamburg-Bremen
Fire Ins. Co., r. 1215 Bush
Oldenbourg Louise Miss, student, r. 817a Hayes
Oldenburg Fred, cook N. P. Perine Contract-
ing and Paving Co., r. 533 Sacramento
" Frederick, helper William F. Wilson, r. 813

Bryant
" William, r. 813 Bryant
Older Fremont, managing editor The Bulletin,
413 Bush, r. 1259 Octavia
" Herbert, compositor Bulletin, r. Alameda
Oldfleld Charles, lumber surveyor, 9 Mission, r.

735b Ellis
Oldham John, seaman, r. 549 Mission
Oldis Frank, clerk Edison Light and Power Co. ,
r. 460 Chenery
" Josephine, widow, r. 460 Chenery
Olds Amasa H., gripman Market St. Ry., r. 253
Carl
" James W., cement worker S. F. Bridge Co.,
r. 252 Carl
Clean Emma, waitress Windsor Hotel
Olender Isaac, tanner, r. 1209a Florida
" Julius, tanner, r. 1210'/2 Treat Av
" Samuel, tanner, r. 12101/4 Treat Av
Olesen Christian, cook, r. 9 Clay
" Ellen Miss, r. 317 Langton
" Erhard, marine engineer, r. 330 Drumm
" John O., longshoreman, r. 317 Langton
" Martin, seaman, r. 419 East North
" Ole, longshoreman, r. 317 Langton


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