Annie Laurie (1863 - 1936)

​​1890


What Happens to People Who Are Taken Sick in San Francisco

San Francisco Examiner/January 19, 1890


Among the Lepers

San Francisco Examiner/April 13, 1890


1891


What Mr. Corbett Says

​San Francisco Examiner/May 20, 1891


In the Madding Crowd

San Francisco Examiner/September 20, 1891


1892


Slaves of Bitter Poverty

San Francisco Examiner/May 23, 1892


1894


"Annie Laurie" a Crank - She Spends a Day a Piece With the

Stanford and Berkeley Football Teams

San Francisco Examiner/October 28, 1894


Annie Laurie in a Voting Booth

​San Francisco Examiner/November 11, 1894


1900


Even in the Grave Great Men are Not Left in Peace​

San Francisco Examiner/March 23, 1900


Stricken Galveston Needs Nurses and Doctors

San Francisco Examiner/September 16, 1900


Many Lives are Saved

San Francisco Examiner/September 17, 1900

Telling Stories to the Orphans

San Francisco Examiner/September 18, 1900

Tide of Human Misery Beginning to Go Down​

San Francisco Examiner/September 19, 1900