1906 Quake Centennial Lecture Series
For those living in the San Francisco Bay Area, both Stanford and Berkeley are hosting a lecture series on the 1906 earthquake. There are upcoming talks at both Berkeley and Stanford in the next two weeks on lessons learned from 1906 quake and fires as well as a talk on what it was like through the eyes of survivors.
@ UC Berkeley
7:30PM on October 20, 2005. Kevin Starr – The Great Earthquake and Fire of April 1906 – Lessons Learned (Located in 155 Dwinelle Hall)
7:30PM on October 26, 2005. Malcolm E. Barker – Through the Eyes of the Survivors (Located in the Sibley Auditorium)
7:30PM on October 25, 2005. Malcolm E. Barker – Through the Eyes of the Survivors (Located in the Kresge Auditorium)
San Francisco City Hall after the 1906 Earthquake and Fire.
Note that today is also the anniversary of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake as well.
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