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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS



A to Zed School right side lines and 154

Aaron Victor Jones & Sutter ■

right bottom lines and 46

Addressograph Sales Co ■ 47

Alberton Realty Inc left top lines and 147

Allec J New Parisian Dyeing & Clng Wks 92

Allen's Press Clipping Bureau

left side lines and 143

Aliis-Cliaimers Mfg Co 133

AUyn A C & Co right top lines and 74

American Can Co 84

American Ins Co of Newark N J US

American Trust Co • 54

Ames Harris Neville Co left side lines and 52

Ames W R Company right side lines and 123

Anchor Post Fence Co of California

left side lines and 95

Anderson C A left top lines and 96

Anglo-California Trust Co 55

Anglo London Paris Co ■ 74

Arrillaga Musical College. . .left side lines and 139

Atkins Robt S Inc right side lines and 85

Atterbury Buckley Co right side lines

Austin-Western Road Machinery Co 133

Bacon & Bray ton 64

Baldwin & Howell 149

Bank of America of California. right side lines

Bank of California Natl Assn 57

Bank of Italy 58

Bankers & Shippers Ins Co of N Y 115

Barnes Milk Sanitorium Classified Tab

Barneson H J & Co left top lines and 73

Bateman Wm 53

Bates School The right top lines and 154

Bay District Claim Service 86

Benda Studio left side lines

Berger Mfg Co of California 124

Bethune J Evan right side lines and 116

Binner Theo Studios right side lines and 135

Blyth & Co 65

Bond & Goodwin & Tuclser backbone and 66

Brandt W B & Co Ill

Brown Edw & Sons 108

Bruce. Heller & Company 75

Bulotti C F Machinery Co 133

Burke's Gymnasium right side lines and 142

Burr Geo. Conrad & Broom... back cover and 67

Calaveras Cement Co 83

California Artistic Metal & Wire Wks 122

California Barrel Co 88

CaUfornia Inst of Physical Culture

left side lines and 141

California Law & Collection Agency

left top lines and 86

California Mill Co 143

California Pacific Title & Trust Co

right top lines and 161

California Wire Cloth Co 163

Cavalier Wm & Co front cover and 68

Certified Public Accountants. .. .Classified Tab

Chapman P W & Co Inc 75

Chapman & Co 116

City National Bank left side lines and 62

City of Paris Dyeing & Clng Wks 85

City Surveying Co 4

Clark N & Sons 81

Clark Roy E Coll and Adj 47

Coast Rock & Gravel Co 83

Cohn D W & Associates 86

Coldwell Cornwall & Banker, .front cover and 145

Collonan Electrical & Mfg Co

right side lines and 93

Colonial Law & Adj Co. right bottom lines and 87

Connelly Jas A Co left bottom lines and 147

Construction Equipment Co Classified Tab

Continental Insurance Co Ill

Cook H N Belting Co right side lines

Cordray A F Co right side lines and 151

Costello Bur of Investigation 90

Crocker First Natl Bank of S P. backbone and 59

Crosetti A Bro & Co right side lines and 80

Crystal Hotel 1600

Cyclops Iron Wks right bottom lines and 122

Daily Pacific Builder 80

Day Morrill Co 51

DeRosa Lawrence A right side lines and 46

deVeuve Clarence left side lines and 116

DeWolfe Chapman Co right top lines and 75

Dieterick-Post Co 49

Dietzgen Eugene Co left top lines, 49 and 93

Dowe Harry S jr and Paul K Judson

left side lines

Drew School left side lines and 155

Dryrite Co of California left side lines and 162

DuBois School right side lines

Dui,senberg-Wichman & Co. right top lines and 69

Durham Dorothy School

left and right side lines and 152

Dyer Bros Golden West Iron Wks Inc 124

Eby Machinery Co back cover and 129

Elder Paul & Co left top lines and 80

Enterprise Boat Wks right side lines and 63

Enterprise Foundry Co 96

Ernst & Ernst see tab Insert

Byre Edw L & Co 94

Fairbanks Morse & Co... left bottom lines and 131

Fairmont Hotel 103

Fashion Art School left bottom lines and 157

Federated Metals Corp 137

Finn John Metal Works 136

Finn Thos F-Gus A Elbow Co

left bottom lines and 116

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co

left side lines and 109

Fltkln A E & Co 75

Pltzpatrlpk Louis right bottom lines



Flick Franklin and Co right side lines and 76

Plynn Robin J P left side lines and 121

Forderer Cornice Wks 135

Foster & Kleiser Co 48

Franciscan Hotel left side hnes and 107

Franklin Pacific Motor Co 51

Gaines-Walrath Inc 98

Galena E Co left side lines and 143

Gasteam Heating Co... right bottom lines and 100
General Fireprooflng Co. left bottom lines and 139

Gilley-Schmid Co right side lines and 101

Giurlani A & Bro 140

Globe Indemnity Co 112

Golcher H C Co left side lines and 50

Goodyear Rubber Co 151

Gorman Kayser & Co 3

Graham James Mfg Co... right side lines and 159

Graham-Paige Co of Northern Calif 51

Grave's Gymnasium left side Unes and 142

Griffin Carlos P right side lines and 141

GriCath-Durney Co left side lines and 84

Grimes & Swift right top lines and 76

Grlsez Chas J & Co.... right bottom lines and 148

Gunn Carle & Co back cover and 81

Hamburg-American Line 158

Hamilton R G & Co front cover and 4

Hamlin Sarah Dix School. . .left side lines and 155

Harbor Tug & Barge Co 127

Harkins W G left side lines and 160

Harrison H O Co right side lines and 51

Heald College Classified Tab

Healey Wm & Son right bottom lines and 117

Heist Studio of Taxidermy, .left side lines and 160

Henley & Scott right bottom lines and 117

Henry Carl A right side lines and 112

Herbert Vogel & Mark Co 89

Herrmann Geo Co left bottom lines and 101

Hesthal W J left side lines and 126

Hicklin & Redmond left top lines and 46

Higgins & Sons right side lines and 149

Hinchman-Wentz 117

Hoffschneider Bros Co 93

Holbrook Merrill & Stetson 159

Holt & Richey right top lines and 76

Home Accident Insurance Co 113

Hot-N-Kold Corp 150

Hotel Claremont Inc right side lines and 104

Hotel Harcourt 107

Hotel King George left bottom lines and 107

Hotel Roosevelt 107

Hotel St Francis left top lines and 106

Hotel Sutter right side lines and 106

Hotel Whitcomb 103

Hougaard Wm F Co.... right bottom lines and 117

Howard Auto Co right side lines and 52

Howe V C & Co right side lines

Hunter-Dulin & Co left side lines and 70

Hyland Bag Co right bottom lines and 53

Interstate Credit Adjusters, .left top lines and 87

Jenison Machinery Co. 132

John Hancock Mutual Life Ins Co

left top lines and 118

Johnson Frederic H left side lines and 76

Joshua Hendy Iron Works. .right top lines and 131

Judson Paul K and Harry S Dowe jr

left side lines

Juvenile Conservatory The

left side lines and page Z

Kehoe Display Fixture Co. .right top lines and 162

Keuffel & Esser Co 49

King Coal Co 86

Knight Edw D 50

Krause E J Co left bottom lines and 77

Lamey Bros Tile Co right side lines and 135

Liberty Underwriters 118

Lindstrom O A & Co right side lines and 77

Lohman & No well left side lines and 79

Lybrand Ross Bros & Montgomery 47

Lynch John P Co of San Francisco 129

Lyta Cast Co 98

MacAleer School for Private Secretaries

back cover and 152

Machinery Exchajige right side lines and 133

MacHugh F A & Co 47

MacMaster-Paine Bus College

left top lines and 157

Madison & Burke 150

Mangrum-Holbrook Company. . .backbone and 102

Marchetti Motor Patents Co

left bottom lines and 48

Marsh & McLennan 113

Marwedel C W right bottom lines and 130

Matsuyama FA right side lines and 142

McCann Mark A right bottom lines and 150

Mccormick Chas R Lumber Co

left side lines and 129

McCoy Paul J Co ..right side lines and 118

McGilvray Raymond Corp.. right top lines and 83

McNear & Co right side lines and 77

Merchants Natl Adj Assn 87

Miller Robert N & Co left side lines and 77

Monarch Iron Works right side lines and 122

Monteverde-Rolandelli & Parodi 89

Montgomery Ward & Co back cover and 134

Moore C C & Co Engineers 132

Moore Walton N Dry Goods Co Inc

left side Unes and 92

Morgen Jewelry Co right top lines and 126

Mullaney P D & Son left side lines and 139

Murray Warren E left side lines and 135

Murray & Ready left top lines and 93

N Y K Line 157

Nauman H A & Son 1 18

Neal Stratford & Kerr.. left bottom lines and 157

New York Belting & Packing Co 151

North German Lloyd 158



Northwest Lead Co 128

Northwestern Mutual Life Ins Co

right top lines and 119

O'Brien M P & Co 119

Ocean Shore Iron Works.. right side lines and 123

O'Connor J C Co left top lines and 97

Office Towel Supply Co left top lines and 162

Olympic Hotel 105

Oregon City Woolen Mills

right bottom lines and 85

Ostlund & Johnson 53

Outdoor School for Young Children

right side lines and 156

Overland Freight Transfer Co 95

Owen's School Miss left side lines and X62

Owl Drug Co ...left side lines and 91

Pacific Coast Steel Co.. right bottom lines and 125

Pacific Foundry Co .left bottom lines and 95

Pacific Ins Service Corp. left bottom lines and 119

Pacific Marine Ins Agcy Inc

left bottom lines and 119

Pacific Natl Bank of San Francisco 62

Pacific Pump & Supply Co

right bottom lines and 144

Pacific Tank & Pipe Co left top lines and 160

Paul K E Co back cover and Y

Pierce Fair & Co 73

Pierce E A & Co 78

Plunkett-Lilienthal Co. right bottom lines and 78

Porter F F Co top edge and 146

Potter School right side lines and 156

Potter W W & E G 120

Prudential Ins Co of Am

right and left bottom lines, 48 and 114

Quandt A & Sons left top lines and 140

Raiss Carl & Co 78

Rapp & Co Inc left side lines and 120

Rauer's Law & Coll Co.. left bottom lines and 87

Recorder Printing & Publishing Co

left top lines and 144

Reliance Life Ins Co.. . . .left bottom lines and 120

Retailers Credit Assn of S F 90

Rincon Foundry 96

Rix Company Inc 134

Robertson John H front cover and 114

Royal Indemnity Co 120

Salvation Army X

Sanborn Corinson & Clift

right bottom lines and 4

San Francisco Bank 60

San Francisco Law School 154

Saphire Optician The left side Unes and Z

Scott A W Co 100

ScroEgs Sara School right side lines and 156

Seeley & Co 121

Shaughnessy Frank O & Co

left bottom lines and 78

Shingle Brown & Co bottom edge and 71

Shreve Treat & Eacret 2

Simmons Co 63

Simonds Machinery Co right top lines

SlauBhter Guy T & Co 150

Sola ri Grill left side lines

Stark Rath Printing & Publishing Co

■ left bottom lines

Straus S W & Co left top lines and 79

Sudheimer Jamieson & Co. right top lines and 148

Suhr H F Co Inc left top lines and 97

Suhr & Wieboldt right side lines and 97

SuUivan Machinery Co 134

Sussman & Wormser & Co. .left top lines and 99

Swim Meurice Collection Service

right side lines and 88

Swiss Diamond Palace left side lines and Z

Tayler & Spotswood right side lines and 125

Thomas F Parisian Dyeing & Clng Wks

back cover and 02

Traders Credit Corp back cover and 88

tum Suden & turn Suden 50

Twiig John Sons 63

United Materials Co 82

United Milk Co front edge and 138

United States Lime Products Corp 129

Valente Marini Perata & Co

right side lines and 98

■VanDame Chas E & Co left side lines and Y

'Vincent Frederic & Co left side lines

Walsh O'Connor & Co... left bottom lines and 72

Watson & Taylor 121

WauEh Edw L Co right side lines and 79

Weaver Chester N Co left side lines and 52

Weber C F & Co front cover and 153

Wells Pargo Bank & Union Trust Co

front cover and 61

West Coast Detective Agcy.. left top lines and 91

West Coast Wire & Iron 'Wks

right top lines and 163

West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co 141

Western Asbestos Magnesia Co 50

Western Builders Supply Co

right side lines and 82

Western Cooperage Co 89

Western Pipe & Steel Co of Cal 134

Western Security Bldg & Loan Assn

, front cover and 4

Western States Fire Ins Agency 115

Western States Life Ins Co front cover and 110

White Saml A , ; ,??

Wholesale Typewriter Co.. .left side lines and 163

Wilcox Drake & Co left side lines and 74

Williams Al Health System. right top lines and 142
Williams J C Detective Service. front cover and 90

Wilson R A Co right top lines and 149

Witter Dean & Co ™

Woodin & Little Inc Pump House i«



INTRODUCTION



R. L. POLK & CO., publishers of the San Francisco Directory, as well as more
than 700 other city, county, state and national directories, present to subscribers and
the general public, this, the 1929 edition of the San Francisco Directory.

Confidence in the growth of San Francisco's wealth, industry and population, and
in the advancement of its municipal and social activities, will be created as sections
of this directory are consulted, for the directory is a mirror truly reflecting San Fran-
cisco to the world.

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Francisco Directory will fulfill its mission as a source of authentic information pertain-
ing to the city.

POPULATION

The estimated population of San Francisco is 756,188, based on the number of indi-
viduals' names in the alphabetical section of the directory, with due allowance for chil-
dren and for women whose names are not listed separately from those of their husbands.

FOUR MAJOR DEPARTMENTS

The several essential departments are arranged in the following order:

THE BUYERS' GUIDE, pages 45 to 164, printed on tinted paper, contains the
advertisements of leading manufacturing, business and professional interests of San
Francisco. These pages will be found particularly interesting and instructive to sub-
stantial purchasing factors. The advertisements have been carefully grouped by de-
partments and are indexed under headings descriptive of the business represented. This
is reference advertising at its best and, as such, merits a survey by all buyers anxious
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esting phases, are authentically pictured. In an ambitious and progressive community
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denced by the liberal support the city directory enjoys in the many fields which it serves.

THE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES of residents, business firms and cor-
porations is included in pages 217 to 1600.



INTRODUCTION



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feature the names of all streets and avenues are arranged ali)halK'tically, giving begin-
ning and ending, and line of general direction.

THE CLASSIEIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY is included in pages 1601 to 1794.
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in alphabetical order under appropriate headings. This feature constitutes an invalu-
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tory is the common intermediary between Buyer and Seller." As such it plays no small
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STATISTICAL REVIEW



Name of city, San Francisco.

Slogan or sub-phrase, "The City That Knows How."

Form of government, City and County combined with Mayor and Board of Supervisors.

Population, 506,676, 1920 (Government); 756,188, 1929 (estimated).

Area, 42 square miles.

Altitude, from sea level to 956 feet.

Assessed valuation, $1,055,867,698, with $3.96 per 100. This is the combined city and county tax and
includes everything.

White population is 96.67 per cent. Colored population is .04 per cent. Giinese, Japanese, Indian, 3.29
per cent.

White population of age : Males, 37.85 per cent ; females, 32.02 per cent.

Number of all males is 53.8 per cent, and of all females is 46.17 per cent.

Native bom population is 69 per cent of whole population.

Predominating nationalities in city are Italian, German, Irish, English, Canadian, French and Swedish.

Parks number 70, with 2,824.28 acres, valued at $24,492,945.

City's bonded debt is $93,000,000 (approximately).

Financial: Twenty-two banks, of which 6 are trust companies, with total deposits of $1,698,587,605;
resources, $2,038,929,522, and clearings of $11,491,219,374 annually, including 14 savings banks, with $987,-
861,401 total deposits.

Post Office receipts of $9,014,938.

Telephones in senice, 252,225.

Church buildings, approximately 250.

Building and construction: Value of building permits, $37,766,731, with 5521 new dwelling units con-
structed this year.

Total number of permits in 1928, 8056.

Real estate transfers total 10,980, valued at $124,276,027. Number of homes, 53,781, with about 27.4
per cent owned. Dwellings, total number, 193,413.

Industry: Number of establishments, 2086, employing 42,078 men and women, paying wages of $61,-
108,185 annually, and having products valued at $437,925,582 annually.

Trade: Territory (retail) serves 1,800,000 people within the trading area covering a radius of 50 miles.
Jobbing territory serves 2,700,000 people. It is not possible to give exact radius. On some lines it goes
from Alaska, Pacific Northwest, Central California and Hawaii. On others only North and Central Cali-
fornia and Hawaii.

Hotels: There are loOO hotels, with total of 80,000 rooms. Newest hotel was built in 1928, Sir Francis
Drake.

City served by Southern Pacific, W'estern Pacific, Santa Fe, Northwestern Pacific, Key System and
Sacramento Short Line railroads.



12 SAN FRANCISCO— THE CITY OF HOSPITALITY

Amusements: Largest theatre or auditorium seats 1<),0C)0 people. There are 96 theatres, with a total
seating capacity of 80,000 people and over.

Hospitals number 32, with 75,32 beds.

Education: Number of schools. 104, including 8 high schools and over 100 parochial and diocesan
schools. Number of pupils in public schools, 102,000 ; in private schools, 12,000. Total of all teachers is
2622. Value of all school property, private and public, approximately $29,582,937.

There are 405,169 volumes in the libraries of the city.

City statistics: Total street mileage, 870, with 594 miles paved. Miles of gas mains laid, 951 ; of sew-
ers. 491; electric street railway, 355.16. Capacity of water works (private), 62.7 billion gallons and right
to pump 15,000,000 daily from well. Daily average pump of 4S,000,0(X) gallons, with 650 miles of mains
and \alue of plant estimated at $41,000,000. Fire department employs 1085 men, with following equip-
ment: 13 autos, 47 engines, 5 hose and chemical wagons, 15 hook and ladder trucks, in 54 station houses.
Value of fire department with property is $9,274,897. Police department has 1289 men, with 14 stations
and 59 pieces of motor equipment and 1 truck, 7 patrol wagons, 36 motorcycles and 66 saddle horses.



SAN FRANCISCO

(Prepared by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce)



San Francisco is located centrally on the coast in ?)7'" 47' 22-55" N. Latitude and 122° 25' 40-76"
W. Longitude and situated on a peninsula bounded on the west by the Pacific Ocean, the north and
east by the Bay of San Francisco and on the south b}' wooded hills and fertile valleys. Its elevation
extends from sea level to 956 feet. The city covers an area of about 48 square miles and is built prin-
cipally on hills. The population as of January 1, 1929, was 756,188.

The San Francisco Bay Region was discovered in July, 1769, by Don Caspar de Portola's soldiers
who were seeking the Monterey Bay. In 1775 Don Manuel Ayala sailed the first ship through the
Golden Gate into the San Francisco Bay. The San Carlos was the name of the vessel.

Years before, however, Sir Francis Drake brought his vessel, the Golden Hind, close to the Golden
Gate and ran her ashore at what is now known as Drake's Bay. This was in 1579 and the first relig-
ious service in the English language was held on this continent by the chaplain of the Golden Hind.

In 1776 a land expedition commanded by Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza arrived on the San Fran-
cisco peninsula and established the Presidio and the Mission Dolores. In 1777 Padre Junipero Serra,
father of the California missions, arrived in San Francisco. The settlement was known as Yerba Buena
until 1847, when it became .San Francisco.

In 1806 the Russians attempted to establish themselves in and about San Francisco. They estab-
lished a settlement at Fort Ross, near Santa Rosa, but after a few years gave it up, disposing of all
movable fixtures and arms to Capt. John A. Sutter of Sacramento.

In 1846 war was declared by the United States on Mexico and on July 9, 1848, Capt. John B.
Montgomery of the United States Navy arrived ipi the sloop-of-war "Portsmouth" and raised the
American flag in Portsmouth: thus without great excitement San Francisco passed from Spanish to
Mexican and finally American rule.


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