The highlight of the 1910s was the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition. It was the crown jewel of a decade of rebuilding and signalled to the world that San Francisco was back.

The 1910s in San Francisco

The 1910s saw San Francisco rebuilding following the 1906 earthquake, culminating in the 1915 Panama Pacific Exposition, a focal point of civic pride.

Julia Morgan, H. C. Baumann, and Fernando Nelson were active during this decade.

More 1910s buildings

Northwestern University Settlement House 1400 W Augusta Boulevard

Pond and Pond

1170 Green Street 1170 Green Street 1913