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

Memorial Baptist Church 727 E Oakwood Boulevard

Patton, Fisher and Miller

1899
Andrew Jackson Public School 814 S Carpenter Street

Normand S. Patton

1893
Lakeside Press Building 731 S Plymouth Court

Howard Van Doren Shaw

1896
The Terminal Building 529 S Dearborn Street

John Mill Van Osdel

1892
Manhattan Building 431 S Dearborn Street

William Le Baron Jenney

1891
Plymouth Building 417 S Dearborn Street

Simeon B. Eisendrath

1898
Old Colony Building 407 S Dearborn Street

Holabird and Roche

1894
Morton Building 500 S Dearborn Street

Jenney and Mundie

1896
Fisher Building 337 S Dearborn Street

D.H. Burnham and Company

1896
Monadnock Building 53 W Jackson Boulevard

Holabird and Roche

1891

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