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          Founding of San Francisco, by Edward F. O’Day
          Ranch and Mission Days in Alta California, by Guadalupe VallejoGladys Hansen’s Earthquake Alamanac 1769-1994
          Vanished Waters of Southeastern San Francisco, by William C. Sharpsteen
          History of San Francisco Gold Rush-era Street Names, by Henry C. Carlisle
          Let Everyone Help to Save the Famous Hetch-Hetchy Valley, by John Muir
          Chronology of San Francisco Rock 1965 - 1969