Seen at Lotta’s Fountain on Market Street


On April 18, 2006 we journeyed to San Francisco to be part of the 100th commemoration of the Great San Francisco earthquake, and in the early hours of that morning, commensurate with the earthquake a hundred years before, this image was taken at Lotta’s Fountain on Market Street which was about the only thing that wasn’t demolished in the ‘quake, and remains the meeting spot for the earthquake survivors, who now number, two. Two people still alive, that were alive that fateful day in 2006.

The real reason for posting this is to see if the site is working better than it was the last time I posted, at which time it wasn’t working for shit, er, worth a damn. If the photo posts and the text reads right, I may go back into business with a website.

This is a test. That’s all…

2 thoughts on “Seen at Lotta’s Fountain on Market Street

  1. I hope you are back to stay I am a very good friend of Misha Miller. She calls me uncle pussy cat. I have known her sence she was 12 years old and still love her like my daughter. She is the one who told me about your site.
    I first moved to Reno from Stockton in 1949. Went to work for Isbell the same day Wilber Isbell hired me on the spot. Years later 1985 I retired from the Operating Engineers Local # 3 and moved to Oklahoma and I sure miss Reno. So keep up the good work leting everyone know about Reno. Thanks Claude McIntosh

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