Photograph of a view of San Jose following the 1906 earthquake, showing damage done to Saint Patrick's Church, 1906. The plant-covered tower of what was once Saint Patrick's Church stands at the corner of the street at center with a pile of collapsed debris spilling into the street behind it. Houses that appear to be intact can be seen further down the street on the far left while the remains of the front wall of the church extend from the tower to the right. Those remains include the bottom of the thick wall and a broken, arched, stained glass window. Debris is piled on the side of the street on the far right while a cleared plot of dirt stands in the foreground.