San Francisco, California, US Mint after the Earthquake, c1906

Opening just after the gold rush began, the U.S. Mint at San Francisco converted gold into coins, without interruption, until 1906. Because it was the only financial institution that survived the 1906 earthquake and fires, it served as an emergency banking center in the months after the disaster left more than half the city homeless.

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San Francisco, California, US Mint after the Earthquake, c1906

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