1890s

During the 1890s, the city built a seawall from Powell to Taylor Streets, the Sutro Baths opened, the Cliff House and the Baldwin Hotel burned down, the Midwinter Fair was celebrated in Golden Gate Park, and soldiers rioted at the Presidio.

More 1890s buildings

Imperial Apartments 1198 Pacific Street

Montrose W. Morris

1891
Nicholas C. and Agnes Benziger House 345 Edgecombe Avenue

William Schickel

1889
Fire Engine Company 253 (Orginally Engine Company 53/ Later Engine Company 153) 2425 86th Street

Parfitt Brothers

1894
Engine Company 252/ Originally Fire Engine Company 52,/ Later Engine Company 152 617 Central Avenue

Parfitt Brothers

1895
Renaissance Apartments 488 Nostrand Avenue

Montrose W. Morris

1891
Silversmith Building 10 S Wabash Avenue

D.H. Burnham and Company

1896
Alfred H. Rush House 1669 W W B Griffin Place

Harry Hale Waterman

1893
Visitation Catholic Church 855 W 55 Street

Martin Carr

1890
Linne Monument 1116 E Midway Plaisanc

Johan Dyfverman

1890
The Quadrangle Club 956 E 58 Street

Charles Atwood

1895

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