April 18, 1906 Earthquake - Ferndale, California

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393 Main

393 Main

The Hart building, occupied by the Milwaukee Saloon, was served in a similar manner, although the damage may be perhaps more easily repaired.

The downthrown fire bell tower is upright in the left foreground. 393 Main/1896 The sign in the left window advertises a lawyer's office; it is now Hobart Galleries and Museum. The building to the right (399-405) was torn down and replaced in 1924 with what was called the "new Hart building." The building to the left (385-389 Main) still stands, although its lovely cornices, oriole windows and trim are gone.
Photo by Edna Garrett.
Courtesy of the Peter Palmquist Collection and the Ferndale Museum.

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