A new exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences lets visitors experience the chilling tremors of the 1906 earthquake.
About 100 people joined two 1906 survivors Wednesday morning to remember the great earthquake and fire.
Think you know everything there is to know about the 1906 earthquake? Think again.
The nameless editors and reporters of the April 18, 1906 edition of the San Francisco Daily News left us with a timeless piece of history.
Three of the four known remaining 1906 earthquake survivors will be honored in this year’s parade commemorating the 106th anniversary of the disaster.
By the time the rubble stopped smoldering 106 years ago, nearly all of The City east of Van Ness Avenue was destroyed.
Rose Cliver, one of the few remaining survivors of the deadly 1906 earthquake, passed away on Saturday at the age of 109.