Two illustrations of Benicia from different vantage points, with the following identifications: Martinez ferry; steamboat landing; P.M.S.S Co. Depot; U.S. Pacific Military Depot; Navy Bay; Monte Diablo & coal mines; Pacific Mail Steamship Co's Depot; Martinez; road to Vallejo; river steamboat landing; Sacramento boat; and flour mill.
Humorous illustration of a drunk miner riding backwards on his horse, with two laughing miners at his left, and text below., Caption reads: "What! -- Jim!.. Come home tight again? -- No, I an't tight: I'v been knocket of my horse and robbed, after robbing me, they put me on my horse again and cut his head of!........."
Map of the burnt district of San Francisco, showing the extent of the fire. And also the brick, iron, and adobe builddings [sic] destroyed, which were supposed "fire proof," also three store ships destroyed, & also the brick or iron buildings within the limit of the burnt district, or immediately adjoining it, which were saved. circa 1851, Map of the burnt district, bounded by Pine, Dupont, Vallejo, and Front Streets. The map identifies fifty-four destroyed buildings and twenty-three saved buildings, and their occupants. A key indicates what materials the buildings were constructed of.