Photograph of San Francisco earthquake damage, showing the Monadnock and Call Buildings, 1906. People stand amidst the piles of rubble on the street while looking up at the tall buildings above them. The building on the far left appears to be unharmed except for the damaged cloth sign which reads "Monadnock". A cloud of dust gives a ghostly tint to the narrow Call Building at center. Piles of rubble and bare piping imply that a building collapsed between the two. The remains of more buildings can be seen further down the street in the background on the right.