USGS Topographic Map of San Francisco (1899)
Archival print reproduction of an antique map of San Francisco, California from 1899 by the US Geological Survey.
- Medium: Art print
- Paper: 100% cotton, museum-quality, heavyweight, matte finish
- Ink: Archival pigment ink
- Size: 16x20 inches (includes a 1/4 inch white border)
About This Map
Historic USGS topographic map of San Francisco and the Bay Area based on the 1904 print of the 1899 edition. The map covers the northern half of the city of San Francisco, as well as Alameda, Oakland, Emeryville, Berkeley, Albany, El Cerrito, Richmond, and San Pablo in the East Bay, and most of the eastern coast of the Marin Peninsula from the Golden Gate north to San Rafael. Shows numerous details, including roads, railroads, buildings, rivers, marshes, named points and islands, as well as elevation contour lines. Shows the extent of the development in San Francisco at that time, with most of the buildings covering only the eastern portion of the city, and the area around Golden Gate Park labelled "Pueblo Lands of San Francisco".
Author: US Geological Survey