An eating area in the Cliff House.
A view of the Cliff House as seen from Point Lobos Avenue.
Then A picture of the second version of the Cliff House, as seen from Sutro Heights, circa 1904.
Then Here is another view of the second version of the Cliff House.
Then The beautiful Cliff House being destroyed by fire on 7 September 1907.
A view of Ocean Beach looking south, as seen from the Cliff House.
Then The wreck of the SS Ohioan at the Cliff House and the remains of the Sutro Baths during October 1936. The ship ran aground on the rocks below Sutro Baths. Five months after the wreck, the remains of the Ohioan caught fire. During December 1937 a Pacific storm caused the ship to break apart. By 1939, the remains of the vessel were barely visible.
Then This picture was taken by Carlton Watkins in 1875. He named the photograph "The Golden Gate from the Cliff House". The beach area was later occupied by the "Sutro Baths."
The S.S. Ohioan ran aground on 8 October 1936 near the Sutro Baths and the Cliff House. The S.S. Ohioan was constructed for the American-Hawaiian Steamship Company, and it was launched in 1914. The S.S. Ohioan was acquired by the United States Navy on 5 August 1918, after Woodrow Wilson, the President of the United States, declared war on Germany on 2 April 1917.
Then A picture of the Sutro Baths when it was operational. This picture is circa the 1950s.