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          Lotta Crabtree

          Isadora Duncan
          Isadora Duncan — Dancer to Appear Here
          Isadora Duncan's Prosperity
          Edna Fischer — San Francisco’s “First Lady of Radio”
          Thomas C. Fleming — Sun-Reporter Editor
          Alfred Hertz — Symphony Conductor
          Dorothea Lange
          Jack London
          Jack London — When London Lost
          Jack London's Diamonds
          Adah Isaacs Menken
          Peter Mintun
          Turk Murphy
          Eadweard Muybridge

          Charles Pierce
          Walt Roesner
          Wally Rose
          Rudy Seiger — Fairmont Hotel Orchestra Leader
          Luisa Tetrazzini
          Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
          Dancin’ with Anson Weeks

          Oscar Wilde Visits San Francisco – 1882
          Meredith Willson


          Business and Civic

          Colonel A. Andrews
          H. H. Bancroft & Co.

          H. W. Bradley — Obituary


          George Joseph Cuneo


          Jacob Leese
          Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico
          Fremont Older
          Mary Ellen “Mammy” Pleasant
          Tom Sawyer
          Max Schmidt of Schmidt Lithography Co.

          Filibustering with William Walker


          Labor

          Henry George


          Military

          Lt. Gen. John L. DeWitt
          Brig. Gen. Frederick Funston


          Political




          Mayor Cornelius Kingsland Garrison




          James Duval Phelan
          James Rolph
          James Rolph, Jr.
          Abe Ruef - America’s Most Erudite City Boss
          Eugene E. Schmitz
          Eugene E. Schmitz — Schmitz Does a "Come-Back"
          John Shelley
          Fire Chief Engineer Dennis T. Sullivan


          Religious


          Sports


          First Woman Sporting Writer
          Francis "Lefty" O'Doul


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