3 edition of Plan of proposed street changes in the burned district and other sections of San Francisco found in the catalog.
Plan of proposed street changes in the burned district and other sections of San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.). Committee of Forty on Reconstruction.
Other copies bound with other pamphlets on San Francisco under call number 917.9461 Sa528:4 and 917.9461 Sa565
|Other titles||Proposed street changes|
|Statement||joint report of Committee on Extending, Widening and Grading Streets and Committee on Burnham Plans, sub-committees of the Committee of Forty, on the reconstruction of San Francisco.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 p. :|
|Number of Pages||187|
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