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Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Los Angeles relief camp in Golden Gate Park. 10,000 people were fed there every day.

Los Angeles relief camp in Golden Gate Park. 10,000 people were fed there every day.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Los Angeles relief camp in Golden Gate Park. 10,000 people were fed there every day.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Forming bread line at Jefferson Square.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

Jim Forrest's camp, where 20 tons of provisions were distributed each day to the San Francisco refugees.

Los Angeles relief camp in Golden Gate Park. 10,000 people were fed there every day.

St. Mary's Cathedral bread line, where the little tots were not forgotten, San Francisco.

Light hearts and heavy burdens leaving the long bread line at St. Mary's Cathedral.

Serving out Army supplies to unending bread line of refugees at Ft. Mason, San Francisco disaster.

Jim Forrest and his supply camp on Laguna St., San Francisco disaster, April 18, 1906.

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