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POLK'S

CROCKER-LANGLEY

SAN FRANCISCO

CITY DIRECTORY

1937

Containing an Alphabetical Directory of Business Concerns and Private

Citizens, a Street and Avenue Guide and Much Information of a

Miscellaneous Character

ALSO

A BUYERS' GUIDE

and a Complete

CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY

FOR DETAILED CONTENTS SEE GENERAL INDEX




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PUBLISHER'S NOTE

The information in this Directory is gathered by an actual
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The publishers cannot and do not guarantee the correctness of
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GENERAL INDEX

Page

Abbreviations ""^

Advertising Department opposite 1548

Alphabetical List of Names 37

Apartment Houses ^^-'-

Associations, Clubs and Societies l'"'^'

Building's, Blocks and Halls 1576

Business Directory l^'^-^

Buyers' Guide opposite 1548

Cemeteries 1579

Churches l^^^

City Government l^w

Classified Business Directory 1^"'^^

Clubs 1589

Consular Officers 1 59-

County Government i-^

Directory Library "

District Courts of Appeal lis-

Federal Government Oflicers "^57

Fire Department '^-''^

Fraternal Organizations 1'^-

Homes and Sanitariums lo-^^

Hospitals 1626

Lidex to Advertisers °

Introduction

Municipal Courts 1246

Labor Organizations Iml

Libraries and Reading Rooms 1650

Parks and Playgrounds lo/s



Piers



1129



Police Department 1-4/

Population 9

PostoiSce Department 43y

Public Library 1247

Societies, Clubs, Associations, Bureaus, Charitable and Civic

Organizations 155/

Societies — Secret and Fraternal 1/0-

State Officers and Boards l-J^l

Statistical Review 10-14

Street and Avenue Guide 17-34

Superior Courts 1-46

Supreme Court 135-

Trade and Labor Organizations 1641

United States Courts and Officers 457

Wharves 1129



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS



Tibers below refer to Buyers' Guide opposite page l.'>48>



Accident and Casualty Insurance Company o(

Winterihur Switzerland 49

Acme Breweries 21

Acme Credit & Adjustment Bureau.



American Trust Co.

Ames Harris Neville Co left side lines and 6

Anderson C A left top lines and 35

Anglo California National Bank 9

Anthony Earle C Inc left side lines and 4

Armory Steam Baths left bottom lines and 71

Associattd American Distributors. backbone and 17

Associated Credit Exchange of San Francisco 25

Atkins Robert S Inc left side lines and 23

Atlas Assurance Co right top lines and 42

Azevedo Bros right side lines and 57



Bankers Life Co right side line

Bankers & Shippers Insurance Co

Bateman Wm left bottom lines and

Beaulieu Vineyard right bottom lines and

Billings Geo E Co right side lines and

Brandt W B & Co Inc back cover and

Brilliant B T Credit Jeweler. . .left side lines and
Brown Chevrolet Co left bottom lines and



California Artistic Metal & Wire Co 55

California Credit Service Co 25

California Secretarial School 70

California-Western States Life Insurance Co 43

Canadian Fire Insurance Co 50

Cantley James Roofing Co. .left bottom lines and 67

Carew & English Inc back cover and 35

Carlisle A & Co. Upham & Rutledge Inc

right bottom lines and 70

Cavalier Wm & Co left bottom lines and 20

City of Paris Dry Goods Co. . .right top lin-s and 30

Coffln-Redington Co right side lines and 32

ColdwcU Cornwall & Banker bottom edge and 64

Columbia Outfitting Co right plde lines and 30

Colvin C A right side lines

Commercial Union Group right bottom lines

Continental Insurance Co of New York

„ right side lines and 44

Cosgrave Cloak & Suit Co left side lines and 23

Crane Co 62

Crocker First National Bank backbone and 12

Crum & Forster left side lines and 44

Cypress Lawn Cemetery Assn front cover and 23



Degen L P Belting Co 16

Deschlers left bottom lines and 61

Detective Service Bureau. right bottom lines and 32



Eby Machlnerv Co 60

Elworthy & Co right side line's arid 20

Emporium The left top lines and 30



Parber Gus left bottom lines and 3

Federal Outfitting Co 24

Finn John Metal Works, .opp Inside Front Cover

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co 40

Foran Frank J Inc

right side lines and classified tab Insert

Foster and Kleiser Co left side lines and 3

Franciscan Hotel right bottom lines and 39

Franklin Brokerage Co... right bottom lines and 68
French J E Co left side lines and 5



Gantner & Mattern Co 58

General Fireprooflng Co left side lines and 60

Giurlani A & Bro right side lines and €1

Glens Falls Insurance Co 45

Golden State College right top lines and 69

Golden West Credit Exchange 26

Goldman A S & Associates left side lines and 26



Granat Bros left bottom lines and 57

Great Western Collection Bureau 26

Griffith-Durney Co left side lines and 22

Grisez Chas J Co

back cover, left bottom lines and 65

Gunn Carle & Co right side lines and 21



Hale Bros Stores Inc right top lines and 31

Hancock John Mutual Life Insurance Co 50

Harris Z H left bottom lines and 72

Hartford Fire Insurance Co. . .left side lines and 50

Ha.^tings Clothing Co right side lines and 24

Heald College Classified Tab Insert

Healey Wm & Son front cover and 50

Henley & Scott left bottom lines and 51

Hermann Safe Co

right side lines and classified tab insert

Hesthal Wm J left side lines and 56

Hicklin Benjamin H Classified Tab Insert

Home Insurance Co of New York. back cover and 45

Hotel Whilcomb 39

Howard Automobile Co right side lines and 4



Lee Don left top lines and 5

Liberty Underwriters right bottom lines and 51

Liebes H & Co right bottom lines and 36

Livingston Bros 31

Local Loan Co .left top lines and 68



Madison & Burke 66

Magnin I & Co right top lines and 58

Marchant Calculating Machine Co

back cover, right bottom lines and 22

Marra Waldo J Associates

right bottom lines and 70

Mason Brothers back cover and 20

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co

left side lines and 51

McAlister James W Inc left side lines and 5

McCormick Chas R Lumber Co

front cover, left side lines and 60

McCormick Steamship Co left side lines and 60

McKesson & Robbins Inc .... right side lines and 33

Metropolitan Mercantile Agencv 30

Mever Milton & Co right side lines and 65

Miller Revel & Co 20

Monteverde & Parodi Inc front cover and 37

Morgen Jewelrv Co, backbone, right side lines and 56
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co

left side lines and 51

Mutual Credit Bureau right bottom lines and 27



National Fire Insurance Co of Hartford

right botlom lines and 46

National Life Insurance Co of Montoelier. Vt- . . .
left side lines and 52

New England Mutual Life Insurance Co of Bos-
ton left side lines and 52

Nixon's Educational Bureau

right bottom lines and 70

Norris BeRgs & Simpson right side lines and 66

Northwestern Mutual Fire Assn

right too lines and 52

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co

front cover, left top lines and 46

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Ltd.



right top lines and 52



O'Brien M P & Blackman Co. .left side lines and 53

O'Connor Moflatt & Co left top lines and 31

OfBce Towel Supply Co right top lines and 72

Olympic Hotel Co 38



Oregon Mutual Life Insurance Co .■

right side lines and 53

Overland Freight Transfer Co

right top lines and 34



Pacific Coast Adjustment Co

left bottom lines and 28

Pacific National Bank 13

Pacific Pipe Co 62

Pacific Pump & Supply Co left top lines and 63

Patrick & Moise-Klinkner Co. . left top lines and 71
Pearl Assurance Co Ltd

front cover, left top lines and 47

Pelicano-Rossi Floral Co. .right bottom lines and 33
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co

right top lines and 53

Perego Grace right top lines. 53 and 67

Pierce E A & Co front cover and 19

Podesta & Baldocchi right top lines and 34

Procredit Co left side lines and 28

Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co

left bottom lines and 54

Prudential Insurance Co of America

right bottom lines and 54



Rauer's Law & Collection Co. . .left top lines and 28

Recorder Printing & Publishing Co

left .side lines and 63

Reliance Life Insurance Co left side lines anfl 54

Retailers Credit Assn right sjde lines and 29

Rollins E H & Sons 21

Roos Bros left bottom lines and 24

Royal-Liverpool Groups left top lines and 41



San Francisco Bank 14

San Francisco Grading Co

right bottom lines and 36

Security Insurance Co of New Haven

left bottom lines and 54

Seeley & Co right side lines and 47

Selix Clothing Co 24

Shreve. Treat & Eacret Inside Front Cover

Star Outfitting Co right bottom lines and 25

Stater Glen C Inc left side lines and 6

Steiger & Kerr Stove & Foundry Co

right top lines and 71

Stockton Fire Brick Co right bottom lines

Strassburger & Co right side lines and 21

Sun Life Assurance Co of Canada

right side lines and 55

Swett & Crawford 48

Swiss Diamond Palace 57



Tide Water Associated Oil Co opp Title Page

Traders Credit Corp left side lines and 28

Trainer & Parsons right bottom lines and 61

turn Suden & turn Suden 58



Union Central Life Insurance Co

left side lines and 55

Union Lithograph Co 99



Wells Fargo Bank & Union Trust Co

front c

Wentz & Erlin right side

West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co

Western Cooperage Co left top lii

Western Pipe & Steel Co left side

Western Service Corporation

left top

White Brothers right side

White's Service right side

William Tavlor Hotel

Williams Al Health System, .right side

Witter Dean & Co back <

Wolf & Company left side



111

lines" arid 59
lines and 59
lines and 36

39

lines and 62
:over and 19
lines and 67



Young Men's Christian Assn.



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 1937 edition
of the San Francisco Director}'.

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
directorv is a mirror triilv reflecting San Francisco to the world.

The enviable place occupied by R. L. POLK & CO.'s directories in offices, stores, libraries and homes
throughout the country has been established by rendering the best in directory service. With an unrivaled
organization, having the courteous and hearty cooperation of the business and professional men and resi-
dents, the publishers feel that the result of their labors will meet with the approval of every user, and that
the San Francisco Directory will fulfill its mission as a source of authentic information pertaining to the city.

POPULATION

The estimated population of San Francisco is 849,431, based on the number of individuals' names in the
alphabetical section of the directory, with due allowance for children 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 STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE is embraced in pages 17 to 35; in this feature the names of all
streets and avenues are arranged alphabetically, giving beginning and ending, and line of general direction.

THE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF NAMES of residents, business firms and corporations is included in
pages Z7 to 1548.

THE BUYERS' GUIDE, opposite page 1548, printed on tinted paper, contains the advertisements of lead-
ing manufacturing, business and professional interests of San Francisco. These pages will be found particularly
interesting and instructive to substantial purchasing factors. The advertisements have been carefully
grouped by departments 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 to familiarize themselves
with sources of supply. The city's activities, in many interesting phases, are authentically pictured. In an
ambitious and progressive community like San Francisco, the necessity of having this kind of information
available is very great and, frequently, pressing. General appreciation of this fact is evidenced by the
liberal support the city directory enjoys in the many fields which it serves.

THE CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY is included in pages 1549 to 1718. This department
lists the various manufacturing, mercantile and professional interests in alphabetical order under appropriate
headings. This feature constitutes an invaluable and indispensable epitome of the business interests of the
community. "The Directory is the common intermediary between Buyer and Seller." As such it pla)-s no
small part in the daily doings of the business world. "More goods are bought and sold through the Classified
Business Directory than through any other medium."

MUNICIPAL PUBLICITY

The directory reflects the achievements and ambitions of the city, depicting in truthful terms what it has
to offer as a place of residence, as a business location, as an industrial site and as an educational center. To
broadcast this information, the publishers have placed copies of this issue of the directory in Directory
Libraries, where they are readily available for free public reference and serve as perpetual and reliable adver-
tisements of San Francisco, for business men, everywhere, realize that the city directory represents a com-
munity as it reallv is.

THE SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY LIBRARY

Through the courtesy of the publishers of the San Francisco City Directory, a Directory Library is
maintained in the offices of the publishers at 604 Mission street, for free reference by the general public.
This library is one of the system of more than 450 installed and operated in the chief cities of the U. S. and
Canada, under the supervision of the Association of North American Directory Publishers, of which R. L,
Polk & Co. is a member.

The publishers appreciatively acknowledge the recognition by those progressive business and professional
men who have demonstrated their confidence in the city directory as an advertising medium, with assurance
that it will bring a commensurate return.

R. L. POLK & CO., Publishers,



SAN FRANCISCO— THE CITY OF HOSPITALITY




STATISTICAL REVIEW



Name of cit)', San Francisco.

Slogan or sub-phrase. "On the Median Line of Pacific Coast Pcipulation. Finance. Industry and Agri-
culture."

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

Population, 634,394 (1930 U. S. — official) ; 732.443, January 1, 1937 (Chamber of Commerce estimate).

Native white population : 441,583 (1930) | ^q^ g^y ^^,^^1 ^^^j^.^ „.,,ij^.
Foreign born: White population — 153.386 \

Colored population: Negro, 3803. Other races: 35,622.

White population of age: Males, 53 per cent; females, 47 per cent.

Native born population (white) is 69.6 per cent of whole population.

Predominating nationalities in cit}' are American, Italian, German, Irish, English. Canadian and Chinese.

Area, 42.19 square miles.

Altitude, sea level to 965 feet.

Average temperature, 56.1°. Daily mean maximum. ri2.4-. Daily mean minimum, 50.2°.

Parks: 45, and 80 recreational centers.

Assessed valuation, $977,075,939; all property, with $3,784 tax rate (1936-1937).

City's funded debt is $167,082,700 (July 1, 1936).

Financial: There are twentv-two banks, 17 under State supervision and 5 national banks, with total
deposits of $2,336,773,742 (1935) ; resources, $2,599,364,528 ( 1935) ; debits to individual accounts, $9,567,-
839,000 (1935); clearings, $6,468,835,000 (1935); time deposits, $1,410,138,552 (1935); demand deposits,
$926,635,190 (1935).

Post-Office receipts of $8,690,861 (1935j.



SAN FRANCISCO— THE CIT Y OF HOSPITAIJTY 11

Telephones in service. 250,136 (1935).

Churches number approximately 294.

Building and construction: Value of building permits, $12,517,412 (1935).

Real estate transfers total 5839, valued at $41,400,358 (1935).

Industry : Number of establishments, 2263 i employing 34,502 total wage-earners, paving wages of $47,-
321,255, and having products valued at $318,131,977 (l931 U. S. Mfrs. Census).

Trade: Territory (retail) serves 1,882,683 people within the trading area covering a radius of 75 miles.
Jobbing territory serves 2.655.331 people within a radius of 250 miles. J\Iany firms distribute to the 11 West-
ern States, as San Francisco is Western headquarters for 1500 firms of national distribution.

Hotels: There are approximately 1500 hotels, with total accommodations of approximately 75,000 persons.
Newest hotel was built in 1930.

City served by 3 transcontinental railroads, as follows : Southern Pacific, Western Pacific and Santa Fe.
The Northwestern Pacific serves the North Coast of California. The city is also served by 171 steamship
lines.

Amusements : There are approximatel}' 76 theaters, with a total seating capacity of approximately 90,004
persons. Largest theater or auditorium seats about 12,000 persons.

Hospitals number 31.

Education: Number of schools, 176 public, including- 22 high schools and a number of parochial and dio-
cesan schools. Number of pupils enrolled in public schools, 103,730; in private schools, 14,000 (est.).

There are 470,467 volumes in the libraries of the city.

City Statistics: Total street mileage, 877 miles, with 677 miles paved. Miles of gas mains laid, 1005; of
sewers, 97 miles, main trunk: street railway, 352.16 miles. Capacity of water works (municipal), 62,500,000,-
000 gallons.



SAN FRANCISCO

(Prepared by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce)

HISTORICAL— San Francisco is located centrally on the coast in 37° AT 22-25" 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 Ba)' of San Francisco and on the south by wooded hills and fertile valleys. Its elevation
extends from sea level to 965 feet. The city covers an area of about 42.19 square miles and is built principally
on hills. The population as of January 1, 1937, amounted to 732,443.

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 religious service
in the English language was held on the Pacific Coast by the chaplain of the Golden Hind.

In 1776 a land expedition commanded b}' Colonel Juan Bautista de Anza arrived on the San Francisco
peninsula and established the Presidio and the Mission Dolores. In 1777 Padre Junipero Scrra, father of
the California missions, arrived in San Francisco. The settlement was known as Verba Buena until 1847,
when it became San Francisco.

In 1806 the Russians attempted to establish themselves in and about San Francisco. They established
a settlement at Fort Ross, near Santa Rosa, but after a few years gave it up, disposing of all movable fixtures


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