2830 Buchanan St

Documentation

City Directories

1905 - Pinney, Henry B., bldr, 11 Montgomery, r2830 Buchanan
1906 - (no directory due to earthquake)
1907 - Pinney, Henry B., contr, r2830 Buchanan
1909 - Pinney, Henry B., contr, r2830 Buchanan
1910 - Pinney, Henry B., contr, r2830 Buchanan
1911 - Pinney, Henry B., r3520 Fulton
1912 - Pinney, Henry B., contr, r2830 Buchanan
1913 - Pinney, Henry B., contr, r2830 Buchanan
1914 - Pinney, Henry B., (Laura) contr, h2830 Buchanan
1915 - Pinney, Henry B., (Laura) contr, h2830 Buchanan
1916 - Pinney, Laura (wid Henry B) r2830 Buchanan
1917 - Pinney, Laura Y (wid Henry) h2830 Buchanan
1918 - Pinney, Laura (wid Henry B) r2830 Buchanan
1919 - Pinney, Laura A (wid Henry B) r2830 Buchanan
1920 - Pinney, Laura (wid Henry B) r2830 Buchanan
1921 - Pinney, Laura (wid Henry B) r2830 Buchanan
1922 - (not listed)
1923 - (not listed)

Newspaper Articles

San Francisco Call (San Francisco, CA) - Oct 26, 1905

MARRIAGE LICENSES
H. Walter Huskey, 36, Reno, Nev., and Annie K. Springer, 27, 2830 Buchanan street.

San Francisco Call (San Francisco, CA) - Dec 17, 1907

SAN FRANCISCO'S RISE DESCRIBED IN VERSE
Attractive Volume Published Under Auspices of Coast Women's Press Association

An attractive little volume, and one published in a good cause, is "Francisca Reina," a collection of verses written by Amelia Woodward Truesdeil and published by Richard G. Badger of Boston under the auspices of the Pacific coast women's press association for the benefit of the Ins Coolbrith home fund. In the poems published the author has described San Francisco in the throes of disaster, in the process of rebuilding and in the various phases of her existence during and since the days of April, 1906. The poem from which the book takes its title opens thus: A stricken queen, but still a queen of queens, She sat upon the sloping of her hills, Where wreck and fire had danced the dance of death.

The fleeing from the flames, the cooking in the streets, the leveling of class, all the various conditions that the disaster brought about are written of, sometimes humorously, sometimes in ringing words of hope and encouragement. The book ends with "Francisca Gloriosa," in which our city is described as triumphant over everything.

The book contains illustrations by Maynard Dixon, Leslie Hunter and Herbert Igoe, in addition to reproductions of photographs. It is attractively bound in paper covers. The price is 50 cents, and it is for sale by Mrs. W. C. Morrow, 1909 Vallejo street; Mrs. H. B. Pinney, 2830 Buchanan street; Mrs. Norman H. Martin, 2052 Fell street; Mrs. Mary E. Hart, Corta Madera, also 1600 California street; Mrs. Alice Kingsbury Cooley, 1825 Devisadero street; Mrs. Ella M. Sexton, 171 Parnassus avenue.

San Francisco Call (San Francisco, CA) - May 14/15, 1911

FURNISHED 10 room house, modern in every respect; hardwood floors and well furn.; piano; marine view; lots of sun; to rent from May 15 to Sept 1; a snap; must give refs, 2830 Buchanan st near Vallejo; phone West 8486

Funeral Records

Dr. Henry Beers Pinney
Charge to : Mrs. H. B. Pinney
Ordered by: A. W. Johnson & Mr. Young
Address: 2830 Buchanan Street
Age: 63 years, 7 months, 12 days
Place of Death: 2830 Buchanan St, San Francisco
Date of Death: August 10, 1915
Birth: December 28, 1851 Morrison, Ill
Cause of Death: Cancer of stomach
Physician: Dr. H. Edward Castle
Services: 2830 Buchanan St by Rev Sibley
Cremation: Aug 12, 1915, Cypress Lawn Cremation
Cost: $257.30