Photograph of San Jose's Main Street showing damage from the earthquake, 1906. The broad, paved street is at left and heads away from the viewer into the distance. It is lined with tall buildings containing shops and horses while wagons are visible standing in the middle of the street. In several places, large beams are leaning against the sides of the buildings, and there are puddles on top of the streetcar tracks that divide the roads. A small pile of rubble is on a sidewalk in front of a three-story building at right.; Legible signs include, from left to right, "Ganong Bros. Golden State Cleaning and Dyeing Co.", "Springs Tighe[?]", "The Menlo", and "Automobiles".