The first building erected as a cathedral in California, Old Saint Mary's served the archdiocese of San Francisco in that capacity from 1854 to 1891. Once the City's most prominent building, much of its stone work was quarried and cut in China and…
From the time of the Gold Rush, Shreve & Co. has been the premier jeweler in the city, first making its home in this building in March 1906. This was one of the only structures to survive The Great Earthquake of April 18, 1906.
It was here that…
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