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Landmark 328
Long Wharf
AKA Central Wharf
Commercial Street From Leidesdorff East
Financial District
Built 1848
The Long Wharf, San Francisco.
Long Wharf Viewed From Telegraph Hill
(High Resolution Viewer)

The Site Has No Commemorative Plaque

In the spring of 1848, the old Central or Long Wharf was built 'from the bank in the middle of the block between Sacramento and Clay Streets, where Leidesdorff Street now is, 800 feet into the Bay.' After 1850 it was extended 2,000 feet and the Pacific mail steamers and other large vessels anchored there. Central or Long Wharf is now Commercial Street.

Citation from California Office of Historic Preservation

The Long Wharf, San Francisco.
The Long Wharf
(High Definition Viewer)
Long Wharf 2004, San Francisco. Photograph copyright © 2004 by Alvis E Hendley.
Long Wharf
(Commercial Street)
February 2004
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