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

Firehouse, Engine Company 33 44 Great Jones Street

Ernest Flagg and W.B. Chambers

1897
Federal Office Building 641 Washington Street

Willoughby J. Edbrooke

1891
Empire Building 71 Broadway

Kimball and Thompson

1894
American Thread Building 260 W. Broadway

Tubby, William B.

1895
1440 N Astor Street 1440 N Astor Street

Pond and Pond

1889
James W. Thompson House 5747 S Blackstone Avenue

Pond and Pond

1898
Frederick Ives Carpenter House 5533 S Woodlawn Avenue

Pond and Pond

1897
5515 S Woodlawn Avenue 5515 S Woodlawn Avenue

Pond and Pond

1893
Chicago Commons 951 W Grand Avenue

Pond and Pond

1898
1429 N Astor Street 1429 N Astor Street

Pond and Pond

1889

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