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wide and containing 16.100,000 acres of irrigable land. 5,000,000 acres of which is under irrigation. Appro.xi-
mately 3.5 per cent of the tonnage of the port is received from points on the Sacramento and San Joaqum
Rivers, which drain a large portion of the "back country."

San Francisco is the port of call for 154 steamship lines. Of these 16 are intercoastal ; 14 Trans-Pacific,
Hawaiian and Oriental; 17 United Kingdom and Continental Europe; 10 Central and South America; 6
Australasia; 20 coastwise; 2 Africa, 2 round the world. There are also 18 inland water carriers with routes
to Sacramento and Stockton. The remainder are owned and operated by oil, lumber and fishing interests.

San Francisco is served by four transcontinental railroads, which also operate north and south on the
Pacific Coast and throughout the State of California.

INDUSTRIES The 1931 (latest available) Federal Census of Manufacturing showed the following

conditions to exist in San Francisco and the territorv included in what is known as the Metropolitan Area;
San Francisco— Number of establishments, 2267; wage-earners, 34,402; wages, $47.321,0_83 ; value of prod-
ucts. $317,986,065. Metropolitan Area (nine counties) — Number of establishments, 3540; wage-earners,
70,775; wages.' 896,143,541 ; value of products, $767,865,179.

The principal industries in San Francisco are: Printing and publishing, coftee and spice, meat slaughter-
ing and packing, bread and bakerv products, men's and women's clothing, foundry and machie shop products,
cannin>i- and preserving, furniture, confectionery, ice cream, flour and grain products, rice, chocolate and
cocoa products, structural iron and steel, electrical machinery, tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, tinware, lumber,
jute bags, paper boxes, shoes, leather goods of all kinds, etc.

San Francisco industries ranked by the annual value of their production in 1931 included:

Value of Output

Printing and publishing $34,590,9/7

Coffee and spice 29,774,418

Bread and bakery products 15,943,981

Slaughtering and meat packing 13,865,984

Canning and preserving 11,614,932

Men's and women's clothing 8.264,791

Foundry and machine shop products 7,546,422

Confectionery 7 now

Mattress and bed springs 4,760,939

Furniture I'l-o 17?

Ship and boat Iniilding 4,1/ J, W-

TRADE — Trade at retail in San Francisco, amounting to $499,060,416, was reported by the U. S. Census
Bureau in the 1930 census. The report shows 11,034 retail stores with a total annual business of $499,-
060,416, a payroll of $70,362,231 and full-time einployment of 44,562 men and women. The per capita sales
at retail amount to $788, compared to $576 in the State.

Trade at wholesale in San Francisco, amounting to $1,784,174,952, was reported in the 1930 census. This
volume led all other Pacific Coast cities bv more than 400 million dollars. The reports show 3154 establish-
ments engaged in trade at wholesale, a payroll of $77,535,544, and employment for 37,545.

FINANCIAL— San Francisco has been made the Financial Cent'er of the West principally because of
the operating advantages available to those institutions which have centered their activities here. Fifteen
hundred national firms have established Western headquarters in San Francisco. The Federal Reserve Bank
of San Francisco is the headquarters of the Twelfth Federal Reserve District, the third largest district in
the nation. One of the major regional Stock Exchanges in the United States is maintained in San Francisco.
There is also a San Francisco Curb Exchange, a San Francisco Mining Exchange, and a California C01I1-
moditv Exchange. The fifth largest bank in the United States has its headquarters here, and six of the
banks' in San Francisco are among the first fifty banks of the nation. (Editor's Note: P'''ict'"''y i^'j °f^<=
material on most of pages was prepared by the C. of C.) Bank clearings m 1932 totaled $5,053,854,000;
bank debits for 1932 totaled $7,742,014,000.

BANK CLEARINGS— FIVE YEARS

1927 . $10 117,987,269 1928 $11,491,219,374 1929 $10,938,052,221

1930 $9,558,594,000 1931 $7,142,113,000

BANK DEBITS— FIVE YEARS

19V $15 051 200 000 1928 $18,384,203,000 1929 $16,987,478,000

19.30 $15,055,143,000 1931 $11,178,630,000

San Francisco Stock Exchange and San Francisco Curb Exchange stock sales for 1932 amounted to 8,-
460.732 shares. Insurance— $273,000,000 worth of insurance business covering the entire West clears through



BAN FRANCI30O— THE CITY OF HOSPITALrrY



c- TT • .^ oo fV,„ IncrMiirr Center of the West. Eight internationally known outside insurance com-
_te Ibv an i nmense dome, higher than the dome of the Capitol at Washington. Cost, $4,000,000. (2)

,Qoi / I It of ^1 nmmO It is 6S9 feet Ion- and 156 feet wide, and in addition to serving as a ferryboat
,n 1896 at a cost of $1.000'00«- ^l'" ^'^4-1, Customs House and United States Appraiser's Buildings repre-
terminal, contains "^^">- St^f . ""^^^-S^l J,^ Park are located the De Young Memorial

Tu eTm'Xrderofsc eTces S e^S Muar\um,\^ of Anthropology-.. At Kearny and Washing-

Museum Acac cm> o acicnLe , o !„ IQIQ at a cost of $1,000,000, containing police courts and the

rrLirde;! tmeS^of^ii^p^Ho^ru't:" Two gigantic bridge projects -e underway^the Golden Gate
Bridge to cost $33,000,000, and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, to cost $78,000,000.

PARKS-San Francisco is noted for its beautiful and extensive parks. There are 42 parks and 50 play-

.„.„,„,,i,.6 .1.. •^f.'jP'' "=; » '5' jS'sffi'-OT has ],,%;;« irf on ".nicipal P.rks si,,ce 1870. \n

rslrs.rL;S";s,';^■f^9 &

docks, and children's playgrounds. There are "^^'^ '' ?" "^ ""'", °,g, ,!„own to California roams or flies at
animals of many species are to be f «="• _;;;^>'7very b^rd and squiiiel knoMi .^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^

will through the dense woods and -'^hruhl ery ^^ ^^^ ^ "f/^^ f ^,,°, ^^ich was given to San Francisco

Scandinavian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Indians. ,,,,,in^s

There is a variety of interesting and -l-itr^^-^f ^^^^S '^^t^" -d oZ^ a^t maSi

^i:^^-t^^^'£^o:t^^::^^:lSi::^'^^^^^^^^ alLys open, and several, semi-

"^p "^;r "t:::. both pubUc and private in character. There are 4;5,«. vol es in the

^'Cmlnicipal Auditorium, seating J2^a« g;^ ..n^img a ^^^Z;^^:;,^J^^ t:;:^

is the fir^t city in the Nation to have a Civic Opera House.

«T?AT TH S=in Francisco is a clean city with a cool, bracing, equable all-year-round open climate. Ihe
HEALTH— i5an t-rar^cisco is a ciciu ^.^y .„„.„„ .,,,] .u„ r)ailv Mean Mm mum Temperature is 50.2

a period of more than 20 years.



Removals, Alterations and Additions



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Abrams Nathan whol underwear 520 Mission

h209 10th av
Ackers Emily P elk Dun & Bradstreet r Okld
Alaska Steamship Co Art Stewart asst genl

pass agt 653 Market
Alberts Mildred M sten Dun & Bradstreet r429

Central av
Alfred Hotel 2389 Polsom
Amand Frank A slsmn Hastings Clothing Co

r2179 O'Farrell
Amerlan Gladvs S with Cal-Coml Union-Ocean

Group r34b 5th av
American Studios iFred E Turner) theatrical

equip 1060 Folsom
Ansley Designers iHomer Anslev May Ansley

Max Daumt elec equip 609 Sutter
" Homer IMavl (Ansley Designers) r Los Altos
Antloch Asphalt Sand Co R Barreda sis mgr

2003 Mission
Arconl Silvio (Martha) chauf r836 Alabama
Armory Building Hth and Mission
Armsby Building 629 Howard
Arroyo Louis H printer Bowles Printing Corp

r537 Haves
Associated Oil Building 79 New Montgy
Baldwin Alphonse N pres Farm Land Invest-
ment Co rl58 Cervantes blvd
" Hotel 1036 Polk
Bardwell Judssn E reporter Dun & Bradstreet

r Sausalito
Barfoed «fc Gibson iSvend Barfoed, Otis Gib-
son i cons eng 1234 Jones
" Svend (Barloed & Gibson) hl234 Jones
Barg J Fred sec Hart-Wood Lbr Co rl890

Washn
Barreda Rose sis mgr Antloch Asphalt Sand

Co rl476 Portola dr
Bay Shore Freight Lines L A Feeny mgr Pier 5
Beach Homer mgr Simmons-Boardman Pub Co

r3455 Pierce
Beauchamp Fredk A (Hamilton Beauchamp &

Woodworth) r Bkly
Belshaw Building 142 Beale
Bemls Building 270 Sutter
Benamati Domenic supt City Garbage Disposal

r 15 Ashbury ter
Bernard Jack lEUen A) emp Union League

Club 1494 Calirornla
Berry Hotels System Herbt Choynskl pres HO

Sutter R604
Blgelow-Llptak Corp E O Hunter dist mgr

boiler equip 699 2d
Blazlch Kath elk Dun Si Bradstreet r Bkly
Bocci Anaclilo sec Stonetex Corp rl201 Oilman
Bourn Building 26-28 Front
Bovd Block 356 Market
Brandenstein Building 88 1st
Bride Building 682 Mission
Building Trades Temple 200 Guerrero
California House Auditorium Bldg Turk and
Polk



California Insurance Building 550 Calif

" -Western States Life Building 995 Market

Callahan Building 1112 Market

Canton Bank Building 500 Montgy

Carlton Building 1119 Market

Central Medical Building 860 Hyde

Chase Bernard W (Palmer-Chase Coi r Okld

Cllv National Bank Building 26 O'Farrell

Clark Hotel 1323 Stockton

Cohen David (Annette) (Conlon & Cohen Drug
Co( h56 Cervantes blvd

Columbia Building 33 Ellis

Columbus Building 408 Columbus

Conlon Chas J (Dorothy) (Conlon & Cohen
Drug Co) h98 Cervantes blvd

CONLON & COBtEN DRUG CO (C J Conlon.
David Cohen> Prescription Pharmacists.
Drug Sundries, Wines and Liquors, Free
Delivery. '^066 Chestnut near Mallorca
Way. Tel Fl Ilmore 1234

Coughlin Building 927 Market

Crosslcy Building 618 Mission

Dalziel Building 560 Mission

Daum Max lAnsley Designersi rl065a Union

Dodge Nathan A r Union League Club

Dolllver Building 617 Mission

Donahoe Building 89 Battery

Douglas Building 908 Market

Drenth John mgr Glllls Emmett & Chandler
Ltd r3485 2lst

Dunne Building 15 Stockton

Eberhard Franklin reporter Dun & Bradstreet
rl433 Leavenworth

Edner Clarence with S F Bank r4402 Calif

Edwards Thos M archt 9 Geary r San Mateo

Electric Smelting Co E B Gorman mgr 91 Fed-
eral

Feeny Luke A mgr Bay Shore Freight Lines
r724 Head

Pickardt F G (Annie) buyer Union League
Club r537 Hyde

Ficker Prank A elk r2197 Dlvlsadero

Flnke Henry Jr athletic dir Union League
Club r Ala

Firemen's Fund Annex Building 233 Sansome

Fisher Building 41 Grant av

Five Hundred Sansome Building 500 Sansome

Flannery Building 702 Market

Flynn Edmund D pres-mgr Refrigeration Main-
tenance Corp rl619 25th av

French Hotel furn rms 407 Bway

Furner Apartments 672 Minna

Garnett J S Co J St C Garnett pres wool 16

Calif R308
Gillis Emmett & Chandler Ltd John Drenth

mgr Ins brokers 231 Sansome R502
Glenw(X)d Building 216 Market
Glide Memorial M E Church South Rev J C
McPheeters pastor 322 ElUs



GODEAV JULIUS S INC. Mrs Jalios S Godeau
Pres, Funeral Directors. 41 Van Ness Av,
Tel HE mlock Vi'M}
•' Wllhelmlna (wid J S) pres Julius S Godeau

Inc r2295 28th av
Goodyear Building 539 Mission
Grace Elmer mgr coml dept RCA Victor Co

Inc (Photophone Divnl
Groce Leona priv sec Dun & Bradstreet r San

Rafael
Gulf Pacific Mall Line Ltd Swayne & Hoyt

Ltd agts 215 Market 6th fl
Hall Lawrence B reporter Dun & Bradstreet

r834 Jones
Hamilton Beauchamp & Woodworth (E M
Hamilton, F A Beauchamp, S C Wood-
worth) metallurgical engs 564 Market R723
" Edw M (Hamilton, Beauchamp & Wood-
worth) r Jackson
Hammond & Little River Redwood Co Ltd A
B Hammond pres. L C Hammond v-pres,
H W Cole v-pres, S L Rea sec-treas 310
Sansome R900
Harrington Eileen sten r745 Hyde
Harrison Ethel L sten r33 Powers
Hart Anne elk Dun & Bradstreet r Okld
" Philip v-pres Pacific Bridge Co r640 Mason
" -Wood Lumber Co W H Wood pres J F Barg

sec 1 Drumm R1006
Henry Jas G porter S P Bank r949 Clay
Hinck Geo A (Adallnei stsmn Rainier Brew-
ing Co rl550 Bryant
Holden Wm P slsmn Rainier Brewing Co rl635

Gough
Holmes Lime & Cement Co R J Schirm v-pres

1 Division
Hutchison W S & Sons (W S and E E| map

publr 3275 Army
" Wm S iW S Hutchison & Sons) r3251 Army
Institute of Chartered Accountants P C Young-
berg sec 625 Market R908
International Time Recording Co U A KaUf-

mann sis agt 529 Market
Israel Elise J bkpr Rainier Brewing Co rl239

2d av
Kaufmann Martin A sis agt Internatl Time

Recording Co r Burlingame
Klawans J Rufus (Joan) lawyer 235 Montgy

R1650 h27 Avlla
Klein Philip (Esther) Jwlr 519 Grant av r Sir

Francis Drake Hotel
Kruse Chester F dlst mgr United Cigar Stores

r2130 9th av
Luttrlnger Jean L slsmn Rainier Brewing Co

rl37 Persia av
McCurdy Hugh atty 333 Montgy r427 Stockton
Mickelsen BenJ (Mercedes) mgr Hotel Sentinel

h587 Eddy
Munsell Jas R mgr Westn Merc Agcy & Ap-
praisal Service r Okld
Perllte Aug real est 608 Montgy



zM^iscellaneous Information



Information pertaining to City, County, State and Federal
Government, Churches, Consuls, Parks, Public Schools,
Secret and Fraternal Societies, State Societies, Trade and
Labor Organizations, etc., will be found in Alphabetical
Section or under proper heading in Classified Section.



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POLK'S

CROCKER-LANGLEY

STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE

SAN FRANCISCO
1934

Copyright, 1954, by R. L. Polk & Co., of California



EXPLANATIONS
In the foUowtne list the streets are arranged In alphabetical order.

According to the method adopted In this city \or-nr.t^^Z' ^^llfTo^^^^ 5es"e%%T sou\h weTte'rl^m^^^^^^^

!r W.\l^ZT^n\irt^^.li\l\ SmiJiclirar^aS? ^"^^..^T.^l'^^J^li^^^^^^^^ with the numhers ot the main streets run-

S parall?lw?trth?m except in the case of a few streets x^'hich are numbered ^^'^"^"^■■.^gular manner^ ^^ ^^^

o£ all streets between the water front and Central Avenue the e^TU numbers are on the rlgh^^^^^^ :ianner. One hundred numbers,

starting from the point of beginning. Beyond Central ^jenue most of the streets ha^^^^^ commences at Market, and

or as many thereof as are necessary, are aUotted to each block bounded bj '"jf^^J^/^^e ^^^^/^J^^^'b^Js^^b'tS 100 will be found on the right or

the main streets crossing as you proceed north are Sutter. Bush, Pine. '~^^%^.^?^^^^^°^f-^ 200 and 300 from Bush to Pine,

left-hand side of the street between Market ^nd Sutter be ween 100 and 200 Jj°^ gutter to Bush between 200 ana^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^

In the streets which are numbered, a dash (— ) indicates that the cross s"^!"^ .'l°f^s„°°;..^7^, .i° street Is not opened through the block, or Is
or pubhc park, cemetery, etc.. consequently there are no buildings on blocks thus designated. (O, tne street is noi opcut^u
Interrupted In Its course at that point by a public square, cemetery, etc.; lej, end ol street.

Abbreviations-N, north; E. east; S, south; W. west; Av. avenue; bet. between; nr. near.



ABBE V — From north aide

Seventeeutb bet Dolores and

Church
A C A C I A — From Velaseo ftv

«e?t of Sao Bruno av south

to L'ounty Liue
ACADEMV^-From Fairmount

ur Chenery, south to Charles
ACADIA — From Circular av ur

San Jose a? north to point

nr Mangels uv
ACME AL — From Seward nr

JJouglas-s. southwest to

Grand View ar
ACORN AL — From west side

Leavenworth bet CaUfornia

anil Sacramento
ACTON — From 1.900 Mission

hijutli to County Line
ADA C T — From nurlh side

O'Furrell bet Leavenworth

and Hyde . , „

ADAIR — From west side How-

anl bet Fifteenth and SLs-

tecntb west to Capp
AQAM — From Army bet San
Bruno et and HoUaday av.

soiilli to Eve
ADDISON — From Bemls West

tu Ca.-lro
ADELAIDE PL — From weal
bide Taylor bet Geary and



ADELE CT — From north side
Juckson bet Stockton and
I'owell
ADELINE — From Moreland

nurihwest to Diamond
ADLER — From east side Co-
limihii3 av bei Pacific and
Brtmduay. west to Grant av
ADMIRAL — From 4ir.O Mis-
sion we-^t to Alemany av
AERIAL WAY — From Urteea
bet mil and 12th avs &outli
to i'acheco
AGATE AL — From north Bide

i'osl bet Taylor and Jones
AQNON AV — From Crescent av
nr Mission southwest to Jus-
tin dr
AQUA WAY — From Teresita
hhd 2 blocks eaat Portola
dr bet Evelyn way and Uock-
dale west to Cliavez
AHLER'S CT — South side Fil-
bert bet Buchanan and Web-
ster
A I L E E N — From north side
Fifteenth bet Guerrero and
Dolores
ALABAMA — From Division bet
Florida and Harrison south
to Esmeralda av _^

Cfois Bts Vf E

Division

Alameda

Fifteenth

Sixtcfinth . . .
Seventeenth . . .
&Iaripo.-ia ....
Et(thteentb . . .
Nineteenth ■ . .
Twentieth . . .
Twenty- flrjjt
Twenty-second
Twenty-third .
Twenty -fourth
Twenty-flftb
Twenty-aixtb
Army



ALADDIN TER — From east
side Taylor bet Union and
Filbert
ALAMEDA — From the bay west
to Daggett and irom Caro-
lina west to Harrison north
of Fifteenth
Cross Sts N S

Carolina 1

Channel 2

De Haro 100 101

Rhode Island . . liOO 1!01

Kansas 300 3U1

Vermont , . . . . 400 401
San Bnmo av. . 500 OOl

Utah 000 OUl

Potrero av .... 700 701

Hampshire 800 801

York 000 001

Bryant 1000 lOOl

Florida 1100 1101

Alabama 1200 lliOl

Harrison (e) (e)

ALAMO SQ — Bet Steiner.

Scolt. Hayes and Fulton
ALBANY — From Flint west to

I'airbanka
ALBERT AL — From west side
Dolores bet Fifteenth and
SixtL-eiith
ALBERTA — Bet Errine and
Severance from Campbell av
north to Wilde
ALBION — From south side Fif-
teenth bet Valencia and
Guerrero, south lo Seven-
teenth
ALOE R — From Ankeny south

to Harkness av
A L D R I C H AL — From west
side New Montgomery bet
Jessie and Mission west to
Annie
ALEMANY BLVD — From
Tineley northwest of 4500
Mission southwest to Coun-
ty line
ALGER PL — From eaat side
First bet Harrison and Bry-
ant



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Precit* KT 1000 1001

Mullen 1000

Montcalm 1701

Norwich 1700

Rotledgo

Biplcy 1800 1801

Waltbam

K^mBralda .... (e) (e)



ALGERIA (South S. F.) — See

Eichleenth av South
ALHAMBRA — From Cervantes
blvd nr Fillmore west to
Scott
ALICE — From south side Fol-

som bet Third and Fourth
ALLEN — West side Hyde bet

Union and Filbert
ALLISON — From 5301 Mis-
sion eaat lo County Line
ALL8T0N WAY — From Ulloa
northwest to Claremont blvd
ALMA — From Belvedere nr

Grattan west to Slanyan
ALOHA AV — From 1001 Fun-
Bton av west to Lomita av
ALPHA — From Goettineen
we^t of San Bruno av south
to Leland av
ALPINE TER — From south
side Waller bet Divisadcro
and Buena Viata av south
to Fourteenth
ALT A — From west side San-
some bet Union and Filbert
to point wcit of Montaomery
ALTA PLAZA — Bet Steiner.

Scott, Clay and Jackson
ALTA VISTA TER — From
north side Vallcjo bet Moson
and Taylor
ALTON AV — From wP5t side
Castenada av nr Pacheco
west to Ninth av



ALVARADO — From west side
San Jose av bet Twenty-sec-
ond and Twenty-third west
to Grand View av
Cross Sts N S

San Jose av 2 1

Guerrero (c) (c)

Dolores (c) (c)

Church (c) <c)

Sanchez 400 401

Noe 500 501

Castro COO 601

Diamond (c) (c)

Douclas 800 801

HofTman av .... 000 001
Graudview av . . . (e) (e)
ALVISO— From Urbano dr east
of Monticello south to Hol-

ALVORD — From Evans av bet
Ship andBoalt southwest to
County Line
AMADOR (South S. F.) —
From the bay south of lalais
to Artliur av
A M A Z O N A V — From 5101

Mission eaat to Moscow
AMES — From south side Twen-
ty-first bet Guerrero and Fair
Oiiks south to Twenty-third
AMHERST — From south side
Silver av bet I'rincetcn aud
Yale souLh lo Bow
AMITY AL — From Ada ct nr

O'Farrell and Hyde
ANDERSON — From south side
Esnieralda BV bet Ellsworth
and Moultrie
ANDOVER — From south side
Esmeralda av west of Moul-
Irie south to point south of
Benton av
ANDREW — From 14 lO San

Bruno av to Army
ANGELICA — From south side
Nineteenth bet Valencia and
Guerrero
ANKENY — From Cowden east

to Sparta ^,^

ANNA LA — North side Eddy
bet Powell and Mason north
to Ellis , ,,

ANNIE — From south side Mar-
ket bet New Montgomery and
Third southeast to Mission
ANSON PL — East side Powell

bet Sutter and Bush

ANTHONY — From point nr

Jessie bet Ecker and Second

sontliea.st to Mis.sion

ANTONIO — From west side

Jones bet Ellis and O'Farrell

ANZA — From ArRiiello blvd bet

Geary and Balboa west to

ocean. For Nos. see Clement

APOLLO — From Thornton ar

■^oiiDi to Williams av
APPLETON — From 3001 Mis-
sion southeast to Holly Park
cirrle
APTOS AV — From Ocean av bet
San Aleto av and San Benito
WAV north to Darien way
ARAQO — Northwest of San Jose
av from Paidding southwest
to Tlavt'Iack
ARBOR — From Berkeley south

nnd cast to Diamond
ARCH — From Worccaier near
County Line bet Vcmnn and
■Rnmsell north to HoUoway av
ARDEN RD — South from Wa-
wonn at Sixteenth av west to
Nineteenth av
ARDEN WOOD WAV — North
^i-l.- .^In.it hlvd iH't St- Fran-
cis rirole nnd Nineteenth av
ARGENT AL — From Grand
View av north of Twenty-
third west to Corbett at



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ARQUELLO BLVD (First av)
— From Presidio Reserva-
tion bet CLerry and 2d av
south to Parnassus av- h or
Nos. see Nineteenth av
ARIZONA (South a F) — From
the bay south to India Basin
ARKANSAS — From south side
Sixteenth bet Connecticut
and WiscoQsin south lo Tu-
lare
ARLETA AV — Bet Teddy and
Ituyuiond avs from San
Bruno av west to Cambridge
ARLINGTON — From Charle,
bet Sl'Ult TracliS and fheii-
ery southwest to Bosworth
ARMSTRONQ AV — From Wa-
ter Front bet Yosemite aud
Bancroft av northwest 10
Williams av
ARMY — From the bay south o(

2 0th west to La Place av
Cross Sts S N

Wyoming . . .

Ohio

Oklahoma . . .
New York . - .
Mdssachusetta
Delaware . .
Maryland . .
Louisiana . .
(Jeorgia - - -
Michigan . .

Illinois - .;. .

Third 1000 1001

Tennessee 1100 1101

MinnesoU 1200 1201

Indiana 1300 1301

Iowa 1400 1401

Pennsylvania . -loOO 1501
Mississippi . ...1000 100

Texas . 1700 1701

Missouri 1800 1801

Connecticut. ...1000 1001

Arkansas 2000 2001

Wisconsin 2100 2101

Carolina 2200 2201

Dc Haro 2300 2301

Khode Island . . .2400 2401

Kansas 2500 2o01

Vermont 2600 2001

San Bruno av. . .2700 2(01

Andrew 2800

Adam

llolladay av ... 2801

Hampshire . ...2S50 28.il

York 2900 — -

Precita av "•'^l

Bryant 2050 2!(51

Florida 3000 3001

Alabama 3050 3051

Harrison 3100 3101

Folsora 3200 3201

ShotweU 3240 3251

Howard 3300 — —

Mission 3400 3401

Bartlctt 3450 -— —

Valencia 3500 3501

San Jose av 3000 30O1

Guerrero 3700 3701

Dolores 3800 3801

Church 3900 3001

Sanchez 4000 4001

Noe 4100 4101

Castro 4200 4201

Diamond 4300 4301

Douglass 4400 4401

Hoffman at . . . .4500 4501

Bumham 4000 4001

Burnett av 4700 4701

La Place av. . . . 4801

ARROYO WAY — From Mari-
etta dr southwest to Bella
Vista way
ARTHUR AV — From Water
Front northwest to Islais
Creek



ASH — From point east of
Cough bet Fulton and Mc-
Allister west to Buchanan



N



200

(c)

(c)

500

600

(el



S
201
(c)
(cl
501
601
lei



-From east



100


101


200


201


400


401


500


501


000


601


700


701


800


801


000


001


1000


1001



Cross Sts

Van Ness a? . . .

Frankhn

Goueb

Octavia

Laicuna

Buclianan . ...

ASHBURTON PL-

side Uraut av bet Post and
Suiter ^ ^

ASHBURY — From Fulton bet
Ma-sonic av and Clayton
Bouth lo Cloylon
Cross Sts E, w

Fulton . .
Grove . .
Hayes .
Fell . . .
Oak . . .
Pace . .
HaiBht .
Waller .
Frederick
Piedmont
Clifford .

Downey — — ■ l^^}

Clayton (e) (e)

ASHBURY TER — From south
side Piedmont southeast to
Upper ter
A S H T O N A V — From Lake
\iew av west of Jules hf
north to ficean av
ATALAYA TER — From 1850


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