Photograph of a panoramic view of San Francisco in the aftermath of the 1906 earthquake and fire, shown from Nob Hill, 1906. The razed foundation of a building is visible in the left foreground, short posts made of brick visible arranged in two rows. Closer to the center, some of the rubble spills out onto a road that divides it from a second, much smaller foundation to the far right where the husk of a charred tree can be seen. In the left background, the framework of a building under construction can be seen amidst the charred remains of crumbled highrises. The mountains are visible along the horizon.